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 -IT���  J  FH    �� Hal  tev.  m-*-*"  m��mzm  CCKHONCTEALTH MTCRC  20-1 West 6th Ave.  VANCOUVER,   B.C.'  V5Y 'lK8      _  ' Ip.     ''-,*���     " ' 'fill. I �� . f  *  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt,'-Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb.f Madeira Park; Garden Bay,,Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol.   11, No. 32 ��� WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1974  ti-'  Victoria must approve  AGREMENT finally .has  been  reached  between the school district architects  and a Vancouver general contractor on  an acceptable price for the reconstruction of Elphinstone Secondary School.  All that remains before construction  can start is aprpoval of the bid by the  -department of education.  Reconstruction has 'been delayed for  almost two months because the sole tender submitted for the project was too high.  Negotiations' have been going on between  the architects and contractor to lower the  cost by cutting "frills" in the new school  Trustee Peter Prescesky told the hoard  June 27 that an adjusted bid of $2,304,500  had 'been accepted by the architects.  This figure includes construction costs,  architects' fees, site development and a  contingency' allowance, he noted.  . The-district received only - $1,229,800  from insurance and other sources when  Elphinstone 'burned -down over a year  ago. The balance--$l,074,700���will be borrowed by the district pending approval  from the minister 'of education.  Prescesky felt the board's request for  borrowing authorization would likely go  before the cabinet within a week.  He said the department of education  had checked out /the bid and were expected to recommend approval to the minister.  Chairman Agnes Labonte said: "After  approval by the cabinet, we can get underway, , provided there is no problem  with a strike in the construction industry."  In secondary schools  ^���wsymi  &jmmMmm&t  ^r^d^^^^^s S>W V-^-^fe^vj--^  And it's costly .  ENTRANTS , IN THIS year's Miss . son, Miss Sea Cavalcade 1973; Lesley  Sea Cavalcade contest "are .pictwred'TLyhne, Miss \ Gibsons Lions;-Pat  with movie actor Johnny Crawford \Hogi_e, Miss.;��ibsons' Fire Depait-  during Gibsons premiere of his latest ..ment; PerryTBradshaw/Miss'Legion  film, The Inbreaker, at the Twilight branch 109. Crawford is best remem-  Theaitre June 19. Beauties are; from " bered for flaying Chuck Connors'  left, Kaithy Whiting, Miss PenCon-   son in the Rifleman. He /visited Gilb-  SUMMER lis the wrong time to shut off  - the water, directors of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District agreed at Thursday's meeting.  Board members made their comments  following the request by the highways  department to relocate the line. ���  Works superintendent Gordon Dixon  estimated,that to relocate the line.will  cost the regional district about, $5^000.  1 'Besides' the cost, Dixon said that water  servicev to buildings in the Hall Road  area will be cut off "but we can't shut  down  during  the  summer."  "We can't cut off water during the  fire season," chairman Frank West agreed.  Charles Gooding of Area C said that  the Highways Act is worded so pthat the  department has power to demand these  things such as relocating a water line.  Work in question is in Roberts Creek  near tfhe Masonic HalL The department  wants ito improve the vertical alignment  on Highway 101, specifically the dip in  the road which is considered a hazard.  T. M, Forsyth, district technician for  the department said in a letter to the  board: "As your water line installations  "will interfere with these improvements,  would you kindly arrange to have the  Jline relocated or-temporarily removed  until such time as-'cdnstructiori is" coin-'  plete."  It was pointed out to the board that  there are no funds in the budget to pay  for the relocation.  Gooding moved with a second by dir-  eotor Lome Wolverton of Area F that  the regional district send letters of protest to Premier Dave Barrett, James Larimer, minister of municipal affairs, Graham Lea, minister of highways and, to  Don Lockstead, MLA. The motion carried.  Pump; Maria Schneider, Miss:Gibsons Kiwanis; Roxanne Hinds, Miss  Sunnycrest Plaza; Jo-Anne Jorgeh-  sons with;Bob Elliott, producer of  The Inbreaker, to promote the movie.  Residents fear tragedy  On Gibsons lire protection  GIBBONS���The fire marshal's office dn  Vancouver  has  made    three  recommendations to Improve fire protection in  the village.  ���AU water mains should be thoroughly flushed at least .twice; a year.  , ���Additional fire hydrants' should be  provided In it'ho , vicinity of Sunnycrest  shopping plaza,  ���No \\ratcr mains smaller than eight  Inches in diameter shoi|ld be installed in  commercial areas or smaller than six  iryches in residential areas,  Flro supervisor C, M, Foster made tho  recommendations In a lottor submitted to  council's June 25 meeting.    ,  Foster's letter reported that the 4Ire  .marshal's offlco conducted three evenings  of training between April 22 arid May  0 for local flro department members.  The training consisted  of nix hours  6f practical training and two hours of  lectures, he explained.  "The interest shown and the type of  questions asked indicated a keen interest  on the part of the members," Foster said.  "There was an average "attendance of 5J1  members, with 15 firefighters receiving  certificates/' , ���      7  , Foster noted that the fire Inspector  carried out seven inspections while iho  ���from page A-B  The Weather  1 ���      'I  High  Low  Prcc.      03  53  nil  Junie 23   ���  .........   <H  49  nil      CO  40  nil      69  50  50  nil      55  ,31  June 27  .,...,      57  49,  ,02      02  48  a.'lM  PENDER HARBOUR���Telephone service  in the Pender Harbour area has come  under fire following an incident in which  local residents and an operator were unable to reach Cunningham's Ambulance  Service to summon aid for a seriously  injured man.  For 25 minutes, callers received a not-  in-service recording when they dialed  Cunningham's number, charged Garden  Bay resident Jack Barrett.  The issue was sparked June 25 when  Harvey Wright slipped and fell near Sinclair, Bay Road hitting his head on a  rock,  "It tools, 25 minutes before we got  through to the ambulance," recalled Barrett. "After trying ourselves and getting  a not-In-service recording, we dialed the  operator and she tried. The same recording came on."  Finally, the operator got through to  Cunninghams.  ''When Joan Cunningham asked the  operator to call us and say the ambulance  was pQn its way, the operator got ithe same  recording calling our numbers," said Barrett. ��� ,'.',   7    7,; ��� '   ,   ���  He sold the accident took place around  4:30 p.m. "The, ambulance finally got  there at. 0:10,p,m/'    ���  Banrett told The Times ho spent most  of the following day urging B.C. Tel to  do something about the' .telephone service,  "But I guess It will take a death before they take a hard look at It."  Ho quoted a similar case about a month  before when all telephones In the area  wcro out of service for a day.  ��� "We had a baby that swallowed something," ho said. "Finally, wo resorted  to taking him 'to hospital in a station  wagon. There Is , going lo bo a tragedy  hero some day and they'll shy wo should  havo told them about it."    ,     ,1  During tho latest Incident, NDP candi  date Harry Olaussen was in the area "and  saw the'whole performance," Barrett said.  The telephone problem is not confined  to isolated instances, he maintained.  "Evenv on business calls, we can sit here  all morning and can't get through for  hours." '  Graeme Stuart, public relations supervisor for B.C, Tel, said the case was being investigated.  "There's nothing that gives the company greatsr concern than a problem  such as this," he told The Times. "The  company is fully aware of its responsibilities dn the provision of service, especially  in emergency situations and, therefore,  B.C, Tel has been making every effort  to correct the problem."  He said the problem in Pender Harbour was' hvtermifctant and was being  investigated by company technicians.  Barrett urges Pender Harbour area  residents who have experienced problems with itihe telephone system to contact him at 083-2071 or write to Box 24,  Garden Bay.  THE SCHOOL "board will consider in September the feasibility of starting a  work experience program for secondary  ' students in this; district  Education committee chairman Celia  Fisher told the board's June 27" meeting  that local teachers and principals were  in favor of such a program. .  Chairman  Agnes Labonte  explained  . that, under'the .scheme, students would  be placed hi'a work situation two days  a week for five to six weeks.  Mrs. Fisher felt the program oouldi  help students with discipline problems or  shy children. Work experience programs  were being tried in m^ny other school  districts, she noted.  'Tjii all in favor of the program,"  said 'trustee John MacLeod. "It would be  a fine addition to our secondary education."    '  (Mrs. Labonte said the board "should  ascertain how many students are interested 'before we approach the community."  a. She. noted that the program would involve a lot of organization /"and we're  rreluctant /to add,to the.staff this year.  W^^baven',t"'rbudgefed'',f6il'Dt." ''  K   "~ "  The" proposed program would involve  .MaiMIMMIHH(IIHMIIIIIMMMHMIIIIIIIMMHI.IMM��IMIHIIIIMMIMIHMIM  ��  me u castings  by DICK  PROCTOR  AS MUCH as I liatc to admit, It, knowing that many children and' their parents will bo disappointed, but there ore  no pictures of Roberts Creok and Sechelt  elementary schopl awards presentation.  The pictures were dutifully taken na  promised but tho gremlins got into the  camera and tho lens shutters malfunctioned, So, sorry, no pictures. We'll do  hotter noxt year, I promise.  a  ..    a . I a ��� , .  Horo'fl �� special to Ponder Harbour  hospital auxiliary members: Knitted items  are badly needed and wool may bo pick-  cd up from Mrs. Doroon Webb. Item.*,,  after thoy aro knitted, should bo returned to Doreen, She can be reached at 083-  2397, .      ���  .. Active group, that bunch In Pondor,  ���      ���      ���  Ralnconat Company, getting roody for  tholr tour, had �� slight setback lost week  nnd a benefit performance is scheduled,  , Gordlo Haulcn reported that somcono  GIBSONS���A Vancouver boating enthusiast has; suggested raising, moorage  rales at the federal wharf to "clear out  derelict vessels" and provide adequate  berths ifor tourists.  Nell Pelman told council in a letter;  "The government wharf Js something  which, I understand, was a capital expenditure of the government of Canada,  of which I am a taxpayer, and I feel It  Is my right to bo allowed to uso the fac-.  Ill lies, at len.st overnight, for which I and  -fully prepared to pay whatever moorage-  rates you chooso to sot."  Ho,felt present moorage rates were  ''more than reasonable, I would bo prepared to pay more If you could mako moro  moorage available, I suggest this could  bo' done by sotting dock rates that would  clear out ,tho derelict vessels nnd people  ��� >l>IIM>lliaMtllMIMMMMIIIIM>(f>IIM��tll.aa(II.IIMI(IMIM..IIIIIIIIIIMHI.IIII<UMMIUM>lfMai)UIMM.MI l.��llinillM.III)MMaMMIMMI>MllllMIMa)a.llMlt|l(MMMII>lllllllllMllanHII>MMM��  stole $215 from his home and this money  belonged to  tho  company and  was "to  bo used to holp refurbish tho bus,  So, In order to carry on, tho commu-    ...        .     . ... - ..  nlty will benefit in the long run because   taking advantage of the ;moorapo sltua.  of tho performance the group will put J'lorlv, ....       ,,, '    ...., 7.7,.  -   - ���       -     -- Pelman urged council to look into tho  situation further "so that moro boatero  of B.C, could use your government facility and, thereby,,, even Increase tlio  tourist spending In your fair city,"  Tho letter wan referred to council's  wharf committee for coailderatlon,  on   tonight at Hopkins    Landing community hall on Point Road,  The show will ntart at 8 p,m, and  admission will bo by donation, Glvo the  kids a break and holp them got a good  -HWO   pttflO   A*3  MONDAY, July 8 is the big day and  thousands of Coast Chileotin voters  head for ithe polls. Candidates are: Lome  Greenaway, Progressive- Conservative;  Jack Pearsall, Liberal; Harry Olaussen,  NDP.  Following is a list of polls from one  end of the Sunshine Coast to the other.  Poll 82, Vote at Percy Logging Co. camp  office.  Poll 82 Bear Bay, Bear Bay Co. office.  Poll 83 Egmonit, Egmont Community Hall.  Poll 84 Blind Bay, Cancelled.  Poll 85 Pender Harbour, Pender Harbour  'Motel.  Poll 80 Francis Peninsula, Reitze Residence,  Poll 87 Madeira Park, Community Hall.  Poll 88 Halfmoon Bay, Halfmoon Bay,  Community Hall.  ��� v  Poll 89 Sechelt West, Old Region Hall,  Sechelt.  Poll 91 Sechelt, Village East, Old Legion  Hall Sechelt, '      , i  Poll 92 Sechelt,Center LR. No. 2, Peninsula Dive-In Dining Lounge.  Poll 93 Sechelt Hospital, St. Mary's Hospital.    ��� ,  , Poll 94 Wilson Creel; West, Wilson Creek  Community Hall. '  Poll, 95 WUson Creek East, Wilson Crcelc  Community Hall.  Poll 90 Roberts .Creek V^cst, Roberts Creek  Elementary School. ,��  Pall 97 Roberts , Greek   East, Roberts  Creok Elementary School.  Poll 90 Gibsons Heights West, St. Bar-  ,     tholomews Hall. '��� ��� ���'  Poll 99 Gibsons Heights, St. Bartholomews Hall.  Poll 100 Gibsons-Village Block-2- (lncl,��  Chok'welp   reserve), tJnltcd'    Church  ; Hall,  Poll  101  Gibsons .Vlllago ,Blk,   1   (Incl,  Shnw Rd.), St, Bartholomews Hall.  Poll 102 Gibsons Center, United Church  Hall, 7 i  Poll 103 Gibsons South, United Church  Hall.  Poll 104^ Granthams Landing, Granthams  Community Hall,  Poll 105 Sonmes Point, Granthams Community Hall, '������"''    .  Poll   100  Hopkins  Landing,  Granthams  Community Hall,.  Poll 107 Port Mollon, Port Mellon Community Hall,  grade 10, 11 and 12 students, she said, and  a similar scheme in Saanich'had been  chosen as a model.*  Trustees agreed to postpone discussion of the program until September.  In other news, Mrs. Fisher stressed  the need for an active ^adult education  program in the district. She said her  education committee felt the existing program _shpuld be expanded and predicted  that the "district may have to hire a part-  time co-ordinator.-. *  "We thought he should be hired in  the summer, so he would have time to  organize the program and be 'ready to go  in the fall."  The board agreed to consider hiring  a co-ordinator to organize the program  next fall.  Secretary-treasurer Jim Metzler reported that four portable classrooms had  been reserved for 'this district and would  be purchased subject to department of  education financing.  to lose troll'  MaoMELflLAN, Bloedel is trying to "lose  the Redrooffs trail," Rita Relf, Area  B director told Sunshine Coast Regional  District board last week.  Responding to a request of the board,  MacMillan Bloedel's property manager  said that the trail does not cross the company's subdivision at Halfmoon Bay.  "That's more than just a .trail," Relf  told the board.  Relf told The Times later that the  Redrooffs Trail is the only means of passage for many persons living in the orea  to be able to get to the Halfmoon Bay  store, ppost office and other facilities without having to walk four or five miles  along 'Redrooffs Road.  "Children use it to walk to the school  bus," she added.  She feels that MacMillan Bloedel is  trying to lose 'the trail which, she claims,  runs right through Its subdivision,  "I know It does because I've had it  surveyed at my own expense and I've got  the surveyor's report proving It," she told  The Times.  ���'���/���������������  She added that the highways department is obligated to keep existing trails  and roads up.  :iiiiaMaMi>i>liaiaa>i)iiiiiluaillMiliiiiliiiiiiiiHiMlliliiiiin  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  July 3 to July 9,1974  at Point Atkinson  ��� Not to bo uin4 far navigation ���-  3  0420  12.0  6  0132  9.2  W.  1147  1.1  Sa,,  0623  11.6  1    '  0733  13.4  0132  0900  1.0  13,6  4  0042  9.7  7  0232  0,0  Th.  0430  11.9  Su.  0705  11,3  p.  1222  1 ���Ml  0207  2,4  ,�����,���������  .0810,  WI 3*4 ,���,*****  ,������,������>,.,,,.  -0920  43,7  S  0112  9.3 >  0  0317  0,2  Fr.  0390  12.0  M,  0730  10,0  0102  1.4  ,  ���  0237  3.2  0033  13,3  0940  14.0  0407 ,  0030  0307  0903  7.6  10,3  4,1  13.0  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES fl, 5ERVICB  MERCURYLAHD  SECHELT 00S.9626  iiaiaHiiiiaiiaiiiiaiiniiiinaiiiiiaiiaiaaiairai ,u ,��� MORE ABOUT ...  0 Marshal recommends  ���from,Page A-l  was in the area���four schools, the Canadian. Legion _building, Shell .Oil!.bulk,  storage, facilities and   Smitty's   Marina  gas station.   \ ' < -  In other council news,' two local residents urged council to act quickly in upgrading the water system on1 Abbs Road.  Said Mr. and Mrs. N, Wellwoodin a ;  letter:   "When  I see  what" little' water  comes through the hose for. watering "the  garden, doing dishes, waiting for the tub '  to fill, What really concerns-me is what  if there was a fire here?  "With,the rising cost'of wator, surely  we can expect oetter service that what  we have' had."  Council filed the letter, noting that,  upgrading would begin as soon as financing was available.        t      '   ���  Aldermen turned' down a request from  Gary and Hetene Wallinder to. use the  ���front portion of the former Gibsons Building Supply * premises on Seaview Lane  as a retail outlet for antiques and curios.  The area is presently zoned as a comprehensive development area*(CDA) and  council felt the building was not suitable  for a retail outlet.  Nurses  donate to  loan fund  REGISTERED Nurses Association chapter of .the Sunshine Coast .has made  a donation to the Sunshine Coast Scholarship, Bursary and Loan Fund.  The fund will commemorate the'registered nursing work, performed' by the  late Margaret Lamb. It will be based on  a continuing fund with the interest each  year devoted to the scholarship.  ChristianScience  THOUGHTS of retirement should be positive. Worthwhile and satisfying activity is ever available to everyone. As the ��  individual 'likeness of principle, God, each *  of us expresses His ideas in rewarding  essential activity. The realization' of our  oneness with God insures a continuous ,  joyful work to benefit both ourselves and  others.  On the Christian Science radio program The Truth- that Heals���advertised1  in The Times today, people tell of their  experiences in facing retirement and the  blessings they have found in God filled  activity.  For further information or free -literature on Christian Science please contact  the Committee on Publications for the  Sunshine Coast, 865-9778.  On CBC radio  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 3; 1974  I V%   ' JL . rage A-Z ,i ne ,renmsuiq   nmeg weunesqay, ,*uty g,  it/-?  . . . . S*rafe talk  "HI THERE," sarig;6ut the! man's  ucreoo.  ctf experts including Daltdn Camp, Judy  La Marsh and Charles Taylor.  TELEVISION  Two new- series begin on Friday July  5 on Channel 2. ,   ' .  -  t >,r .     7  7\SeaJ Otters are the subject of the first  program ' about" Vancouver's   Aquarium  Vernon,   grew  up here . and  graduated 7, with ��� curator  Dr. - Murray<, Newman ,ait",  from Elphinstone in .1902., \.    :5 p.m.     I '        :.'-      '   71  .-.',   p   -       ��� _ . : _    , . The Sinners at 10 p.m. is a nine-week  , ��� Neighbors on dower Point Road re-- series ^ hoiir long j^ dramas featuring  member the dark haired, vivacious teen-- some,of 'tiie'best Irish Tyriting'and the  /agar riding her chestnut pony Lady Amb-    most accomplished performers."  OF, SPECIAL "interest "to: her friends on'  the Sunshine !Coast will be the broadcast July 9 of Benjamin1 Britten's opera,  The Rape of Lucretia starring Jon Vickers  and Lyn Vernon in the chorus roles.  '' Lyri, .the daughter of Ran and Evelyn  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ft DOOR PRIZE  ^timmttf*9^0^rt0VW0\��wt0V��ft0ttttvunn0U^0U^^0ttwm  ESSAGE TO  USERS . . ���  CONSIDER THIS:  You are about to Invert  money for an ad and wo want  you to got results. To accomplish this It Is necessary for you,  to TELL ALL about the details  of your offer. Be sure you don't  make any of tho following errors that prevent results:'  1. Don't Omit The Addwww  Many < out-of-town ��� readers  will write you but will no�� upend  money for a lono dlstanco call,  2, Don't Omit   ;  Tho Phono Number  Many readers will call you  but do not find It convenient  to como to your home.  ~I7'l>elrt''Concoal;"rt^���^���i'',*^~'���������"  Prlco Desired  Surveys show thai, a hloh  percentage of readers will not  answer an ad unless the prlco  Is given,  4. Don't Leave Homo  On The Dove  You A4Veftlio  Many good prospects will n��t  call the second tlmo If, your  phono Is unanswered.  8, Don't Omit  Important Words  To Save Money  R��ad��ra can't ouoss on Inv.  portant details, Remember,, a  well written Informative add  will got results faster and cost  mutt less In the long run,  A, Don't Overlook  The 1 for 2 Bargafa Rat*  You'll gat tho biggest parade  of readers at the lowest price.  If you sell your merchandise  ahoad of tlmo Ju��t call and  cancel; you pay Just for what  you Uio,  THE TIMES  005-9654  er along the gravel roads after school,  " The performancei we shall hear at 8  p.m. Tuesday was recorded-by' tKe CBC  at the 1974 Guelph Spring Festival in  May. . __      ���        ^ _  The Rape of Lucretia premiered in  1946 at Glyndbourne, England with, Peter  Pears, Joan Cross^ and Kathleen Perrier  in the leading roles. The story is set in  Rome in' 500 B.C. during the rule' of  the Etruscan kings. In 'the opera, the  chorus points out the universality of evil,  the. struggle of all societies to control  this destructive force,, and the power of  Christian love and compassion to heal  sorrow.  ,  Jon, Vickers can also 'be heard with  Nicholas Goldschmidt, artistic director of  the Guelph Festival, guests on Music and  Opinion, July 11 at 10:30 p.m.  If you're an opera buff, Bill Hawes  hosts two hours of opera by request,  Saturdays at 3:03 p.m. This week La  Gioconda, by Ponchielli is the main feature with selections from The Pearl Fishers,  The Trojans and Sicilian Vespers.  Fans of English humor tune In ;to_  CBC radio at 3:30 p.m. for Hancock's  Half Hour, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Based on a seedy Victorian villa at  23 Railway Cutting, Cheam, Tony is inevitably in trouble with such loyal mates  as Sid James, Bill Kerr and Kenneth Williams.  On Tuesdays its Spike Milligan, Harry  Secombeand Peter Sellers with another  hilarious series of .'Tick of the Goons",  and .on Thursdays- Ronnie Barker one  of the finest and most versatile comedy  actors in Britain stars in "lines from My  Grandfather's Forehead".  An east coast shipwreck drama, a true  story from Canadian history,.The Wreck  of the' Florizel by Cassie Brown is a  dramatized production' from St. John's,'  Newfoundland at 11:03 p.m. July 3rd,  On Feb. 26, 1918, the Red Cross liner  .left St. John's in a snow storm1 outward-  bound for Halifax..During the night the  vessel struck the .rocks on the* southern  shores of the Avalon Peninsula and 94  people were lost.  Friday, July 5���This Country in the  Summer originates from Halifax 9:13, 11  p.m.  Between Ourselves at '8:03 p.in. features Robsonstrasse B.C. a documentary  ' by* Jurgen.;; Hesse about the Oktoberfegt  7',anH�� other 'German contributions to'' Vancouver over the years.  Saturday, July 6���Danny Finkleman  hosts his own show of interviews, comedy  and Canadian music. Today Danny talks  with Albert Goldman author of a book  about Lenny Bruce and Tom, Anslie,  world's foremost racing authority, 10:03  a.m. to noon. . ,  Sunday, July 7���Summer Switchboard,  the holiday replacement for CBC's national open-line show���comes from Winnipeg with Alice Peyser as host, Today's  topic���words, their abuse and what lis  happening to'the language, Studio guest  is Prof. Murray Wanamaker of the University of Winnipeg. 2:10 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Nostalgia on the Entertainers at 7  p.m. The Last of the Red Hot, Male  Chauvinist Troubadours���a radio biography of Frank Sinatra by Rod Coney  beare which won an ACTRA award. The  two hour special moves chronologically  through the career of Sinatra, amply illustrated with recordings and Interviews.  July 8 Election Day���complete coverage and analysis of returns beginning  at 7:30 p.m. on CBC radio with anchormen Terry Hargreaves and Bob Oxley.  Political commentators vtrill; be Prof. John  Wilson, University of Waterloo and Gret-  ta Chambers, Quebec political analyst.  Television starts at 8 p.m, with newsmen David Halton and Lloyd Robertson  backed up by regional reporters and panel  Writers include Frank O'Connor, Sean.  O'Faolaih, Brian Friel.and James. Joyce.  Each drama is adapted from a short story.  Tonight The .Holy a Door starring lUty  McAnally, Sinead Cusack,;Brenda Gogan,  Brigid Forsyth and Elizabeth Begley.  Charlie Cashman has ���. four ��� important  women in his life:a Polly, Molly, Nora and  his mother,' who can't stand the other  three, and is not too fond of Charlie!  ROBERTS    CREEK���The   following   a-  wards were presented at awards day  at Roberts Creek ..Elementary school:  Tim Montgomery], art' and library;  Debra MacLean, citizenship,* Barbara  Lyttle and Kim Almond, special commendations.  Sports day awards, special commen-'  '*How!ss old ^Gei-arbV doing?-',". 7  "Gerard,-' I asked,f Vmaybe you,  mean, .Richard?" 7.;/ <;   > V    ,- /,.  / !;  7 "Qh Yaa,7 never could' get .that .  name straight,", he said. "How're the;  kids? Three kirls;��and!7a< hoy-, isn't  it?"     , ; '       r   ���  '     '   " \0V "  ,'   "No,"11 answered^dubiously, "it's  two boys and one" girl."."     "   '  "Whatever," he said,' then continued. "Remember that time we were  all on a picnic and you folks said, if  we.ever,got out to-your neck of the'  woods to be sure and drop.in?" ��� > ~  "No," I said cautiously, "I can't  say that I recall that."  "Surprise,   surprise,, we   finally.  made it," he went on. "Just arrived  in B.C. today. The wife, four kids,  the mother-in-law.' We' remembered.  your kind invitation. Figured we'd  drop out and visit for a few days.  WeTl just park the camper in your  driveway. No trouble ataU. Of course  we'll' need some water, .get 'some  laundry to do, need a few baths; you  know! But we won't be no. trouble  to you folks. Of course there's old-  Floyd."  " "Old Floyd?" I asked hesitantly.  "Yup, he's our dog. Cutest little .  .Drain,Rock ��� Crashed Gravel, etc.  ,..;,,.. -__"   1    /  ,  7 %   " '"~y -y  have 2 concrete mixer trucks to serve you.  /     .       I,'.R.R.-.1, GARDEN BAY  _��� V v<k^>1:7-'^ ^-\Pmm:'- 883-9911- -  Bus: 266-7111  Res: 273-6747  v ; * *  L io" (Pickey) COE  40th ond West > Boulevard (opposite Kerrisdale Arena)  41st.and Granville Street,'Vancouver 13f B.C.  dations: Primary: Neil Flumerielt, Car- ^ sheepdog you ever did see."  mella  delos  Santos,  Tammy  Crossman, ��'��ut our yard,"' I said,  "we've  Terry Lyn Law and Kevin Henry, hard- ��� -J      ''-    - -     '  ' est .trier. f  Primary boy:~Bruce Sully and primary girl Sabrina Amabile.  Intermediate: Cindy   MacLean, Bon-  ita   Dube,   Michelle   Neumann;   Debra'  MacLean, Kenny Miles.  Recital wraps up  lessons for season  THE FOLLOWING students of Mrs. Arfys,  Peters performed at a piano recital.  Carol Montgomery, Tim Clapham,  Nancy Montgomery, Rachel McKinnon,  Gail Wolverton, Barbara NowalsM, Jen-,  nifer Dixon, Dawne Aitley, Bonnie Horner,  David Atley, Tim Montgomery, Nedl Nielsen, Sheila Kitson, Gail Nielsen, Barbara  Lyttle, Janet McKay, Linda Laing, Brian  Hobson.  Mrs. Peters thanked all the students'  for working so hard during the year and-  hoped they -would do the same next term.  After the recital refreshments were  served.  ������11, ��� ���    -\ ���  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simen-Falvy  are pleased to announce the  arrival  of their .son  Gregory Justin born  in the  Grace  Hospital,,  Vancouver,  on June  15th,  1:47 o.m.  and  weighing  7 lbs. 5 ozs.  Proud  grandmother,  Mrs. Margaret  Simen-Falvy  _ cairie over from  Budapest, Hungary, foi"  this special occasion.  Thank you one and all for  flowers, gifts, well wishes  and consideration for us  during this period.  just put new lawns in this year."  "Ah heck, Floyd won't bother your  lawns none," he said, "Floyd'li take  hedges or trees over grass any ".old  day." ,   ,    7  '"You know, I still can't,seem to  place you/ I really can't remember  where we ever could have met."   '  "Jasper Park," he said loudly.  "You were the folks staying in tiie  calbin next to ours."  "Couldn't have been," I Said mystified. "We've never stayed anywhere  in Jasper."  "Well, I'll be darned," he replied.  "Weren't you in Cabin D?"  "Definitely not!"  "Well, I wonder where^we met?  Have you got red hair?"  "No," I said.  "Then, I don't even know you,"  he yelled. "Gosh what'll I tell, the  wife and kids? And Floyd,.poor  Floyd, what'll I tell ham?"  "I don't know," I said sounding  relieved. "Maybe you could just tell  him you've been barking up the  .wrong tree." -  885-9769 for Reseryations ��� Closed Mondays  TUES. & WED. 6-12        THURS. & FRI. 6-2  SATURDAYS 6-1  AvWl.  SUNDAYS 6 'TIL fOTIDMIGHT  Spend a few moments in Miss Bee's  just to look at the variety of local artists'  paintings. Some very interesting styles  on display.  Dining,and Dancing  BANQUETS - RECEPTIONS - PRIVATE PARTIES - MEETINGS  l"__M_iOfiaOiBJ��j  ���������MiMHI  xassa  ?ffnypp*ii  SX���4\2.f.^a^  gJBKM'M'.'J  _i_^_^___________i  smiEg  h  ��S!S^  310 No.'5 ROAD; RICHI  PHONS COUECT:-; 273-^1861  iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiimmiiiiiini  I ' .I1,'' ,  , , I  ���      ������  ��� '     '������'        I , , ,,,.-,.,'.  5569 VICTORIA DRIVE  ,, - '    ���       ���'   p| ���, ���"     ,. - ������  PHONE COILECT: 321-6731  PLEASE COm IN TO SEE OUR DJSPI^YS OF  FRONT ENTRANCE POORS. PHONE COLLECT  ON QUOTES ON COMMON OR FINISHED  LUMBER OR WHATEVER YOUR BUILDING  REQUIREMENTS ARE.  3E\  Harry has been an accessible representative. You ha  results. In 18 months as you  with some 3A00Q different community  and individual problems.  i  }  . ��� ~.' ���  \  m*mmmmm*mtmttMtat>immk*��4 *im***#*iiti*m<**��mp*+-***!>     . * * *thm Hmm����*0mm*m***��*��m* mmmmmm*m��M^mm**mn+**mm&^^km^B*mmmim**i*mkm��it*mm*m+*ma �����**  coost chileotin federal NDP candidate  authorised by coast chileotin NDP ro-olectlon committee  mm  J J-r*-*\  The Peninoulp Time��\'    . Pago A-3]  7     Wednesday, July 3, 1974       7  MORE ABOUT  ���:\u  y>>>  �� Sunshine Coastings     ^  *. :& 7 ,> v y-Vv^��^^H  start on",performing before' youngsters  and others on the* coast and Vancouver  .Island.     ,    ',;�� ' r 7'.>���.      ���    , > .%';;j  .   ���        ���  7  ���   ~J   7   V  -The new,regional district tooard room  Will have a foul air extractor, directors'  were told at itheir.last meeting. 77 r/7.  Director Charles Gooding, a non-smoker, was sitting ibeside Parry-. Almond* a  pipe smoker, and quipped:, '^Willjypu  put out that pipe, Harry?",.     77 _ 7   ���  "That's not the type opioid, air that  Willi, he extracted1,", laughed Harry,pto  ��xe^: '   ,."*...���/,; \;yv-A '-  ' Interested1 in I amateur- 7 theatricals,  drama and light musical comedy? There  is interest in forming such ,a company  in the Sechelt area. Iiet me know and  I'll pass the word along.',  Bill Parson's horse is doing welL Adam;  Ben Adam paid $98.80 to win at Ex Park  recently,  K^&ttM&tov,  * A  ; SECHELT COUltf'; HOUSE *  7 'V^IRLY JIRD BLIX^ ^,  _ - r      ~     f l ' '   ~ t " A r ' f     *  S f 1-  _���     s,    ( 1  Wharf andrDolphiti Streets, Sechelt  Information, transportation toipollt 7���885-2900.  ^r^mrmwm^���,���--���'"-^a'���'mmm^Mmmmmm��mmmmma.maaammMmmanamaaamanaHiiiaaaaaaanaaaa "  Complex, serious  r i  7  w-*-  old. 'ixuiation  . , _    " ~        _^   p.    'r'' "*'   ' "l  ds world-wide ill .,;  *:  Sorry, respondents, your answers were '  wrong in that advertising slogan- game  we ran last week. We had several tries    _    HAHBY OLAUSSEN 'v  but no one was perfect. N|__. Denwcxaifc Party >  ��� Here are, the slogans with their cor-;   ^ j^jj^j ^ 6t Uvil^7 ^ we ^ow,  rect answers: ,   i ���..,,.- as part of' a world-wide phenomenon.  Covers    the earth.^Sherwm    Walhams   IR J^JJ^ however, ,to-propose a  -Paint. < quick, simple solution to. a problem that  is pas complex as it is 'serious,  The light that never fails.���Metropolitan s  life Insurance Co. '  Hasn't scratched' yet.���Bon Ami.  On land, *n *ne air ��� ������, and on the sea!  ���Pall Mall .cigarettes.  Nothing old fashioned but the hospitality.  ���Statler Hotels. "  Ask the man who owns one.���Packard.  When dt rains it>pours.���Morton's"Salt..  Kind to your .pocket and to your pocket-  BOOJC-PckiketBOOKS.  > -'.'"'  His master's voice.���Victor records.  Breakfast of champions.���WJh.eaties7,;  _ -*  The world's   most  honored   watch.��� J  '    Liongines. > '  ,  Look for the red and white label.���Camp- "  hell's'Soups.    ��� ,   t  The flavor lasts.-r'Wrigley's gum.  The treasure of them all���Old Golds.  Good pto the'last drop.���'Maxwell House  Coffee. .  The champagne of ginger ales.���Canada  Dry.  57 different varieties.���-Heinz ��� products.  From contented cows.���Carnation Milk.  The pause that refreshes.���Coca-Cola.  Keep [that schoolgirl complexion.���Palni-  olive Soap. '      /  Bearing dn mind that many of the  products "were advertised iii the U.S." and  therefore not familiar here, our respondents .didn't do so ibadly. -  ���      ���'      ���  WHY DON'T THEY? ,  Asks John Browning of Wilson Creek:  Why don't the people who are bored with  reading, why don't they,' stop reading  them? '   - ,  Right on, John.  Bob Dahl of Sechelt asks: Why don't  they repair the edge of the road at Cowrie Street-and Inlet Avenue?  In small (type at the bottom of a co$-  fee-shop menu: "We reserve the right  to serve, refuse to anyone." .  .We reject ..outright the Conservative,  proposal for a wage and  .price freeze ���'  which* proved unworkable* in Britain and '  the United States Tand" cannot be ad-  . ministered in a way that is either effective or fair: , .  .Canada-imports many of the components and inputs that are used1 by 'our  manufacturing industries   and by , our  agricultural sector that includes oil, ma-,  chinery and' parts, fertilizers,: high protein feeds. ., *   .1    , '" "    '        '7 - *  As with imported, food stuffs, the Ca-  , nadian government has little^ or no control .over the price of-these imported  components. Our farmers and our manufacturers have no choice but tq pay the'  price. which, ds demanded���whether by  the multinational corporations, who control supplies or by governments or-industries of foreign countries:  Any increases1 must inevitably be reflected in the price .of the finished, articles whether farm products or manufactured goods. To freeze the final price  would spell ruin for our farmers and  small firms. 7-  We propose a comprehensive package  of proposals; which 'taken together, offers  a real chance to check rising prices and  to soften their impact. Our solution to  the cost of living problem contains'the  following elements: -       -���!*,,-  ��� 1) Effective Checks on Corporate Profits through full financial disclosure by  large corporations and instituting "an ex-  ' cess profits . tax, a strengthened anti-  combines legislation and'' a-revamped  Prices Review Board with real ^powers to  impose price ceilings and roll backs.  2) Selective Price Controls on domesti-  '' cally*'produced' oil,  establishment of a  two-price'system for basic commodities  such as lumber and steel, selective sub-  , sitjes on basic foods such as bread, and  milk and a celling, of 6 per cent on  mortgage interest rates. '  3) Higher Incomes to Offset, Price Increases Ithrough a higher guaranteed  minimum income for old age pensioners  and a lowering of the eligible age to 60  as well as additional reductions in personal income tax 'for low and middle.  LOCAL RESIDENTS wondered what  was happening June 27 as helicopter  lifted oh and touched down throughout day at Pender Harbour shopping  centre. In fact, pilot 'Jack Char-  boneau, was ferrying, Ted , Donnelly  of Ted's Blasting to * work site at  Ruby Lake where he was assisting  in installation of power pole for, repeater; staiio n near the forestry  tower., '  '.7 7,.  7. .% ���', ,   '     ��� '' -  miaaett/muastufiwiifttameum  HARRY OLAUSSEN ���NDP  income Canadians. ' -    /  a    This package may lack the emotional ,.  appeal of simplistic ^slogans such as the .  wage and price freeze but it is realistic.  Our proposals take, into account the complexity of the problem, it identifies those'  areas 'that' axe susceptible to control and  it provides a solution that can be both  effective, and'fair. ' ;  First time on the Sunshine Coast!  ITBZI0  TUB & SHOWER ���OMB8fi_A?BQNS  All white..reinforced fihreglass construction.  '���:' ���, Deluxe quality. .-7  These unito ore suitable for all standard  . flttlnfls and Installations.  GOVERNMENT  TAKE-OVER OF PRIVATE  ENTERPRISE  . by Lome Greenaway  Progressiva Cortsorvative Candidate     >  for Coast Chileotin  Present tendencies In Government Advisory circles are aimed at destroying the  middle class in Canada, Whether'that middle class is yvorker, farmer or businessman.  If present trends by Provincial and Federal  governments continue, 88% of all goods  and services produced In Canada by 1990  will be under the state, Only 12% will be  left, for private" enterprise,  1 In policy making the only thing advisers to government can think of Is socla-  IIZQ  it,    ,,,���. 7" '  Federally e.g.-^a(l) If oil prices rise, set up  a ��� National Petroleum Corportion; (2) If  grain Is having trouble getting to the1  Seaboard-rnatlonallie tho C.P.R, . ���, , ,  Provlnc|ally'���the recent ''supor+royalty"  mining taxation must bo related directly to  tho purposes and policies of this socialist  government. What are those policies?  Thero is' a very revealing statemont  In the "Background Paper" on natural res>  ourcos said, to hayb boon proparod by the  Hon. Bob Wllllahis In 1971 which Is, cloarly  relevant to tho N|mslck Bill on ��� Mining  Royalties now before tho Legislature. "Tho  acquisition of privately owned corporations  In tho resources flolds prior to ma|or ros-  ourco tax changes would ba a mistake  because tho rriqrKOt price,of thoso companies would bo grossly Inflated becauso of  tho widarango of tax holidays thoy presently enjoy. Any acquisition or'corporations  prior to substantial tax changes would bo  ; a ���* mliallocatIon of * public ������ f un Ji.-w'*�������'-'��*��  Tho most portlnont resolution on this  paper would hayo to bo "4a) T|iat the NDP  place ma|or Industries such as pulp, papor,  lumber, mlnlpo, manufacturing,, transportation, communications, and finance under  public ownership". Thoroforo, It Is most  probable tliQt wo havo In this "super-royalty" taxation tho first substantial tax  change which Is Intended to doprqss tho  valup of mining companies shares so that  (hoy will bo ripe for purchaso by tho government at cut rates, Tho mining ,com-  pafilos oro qulto capable of undermining tho  position of this NDP government on International financial and motal markets,  Whqn this happens wo will soo province-  wldo distress and unemployment,  Do the peoplo of B.C, really want tho  Government to buy all tho repressed Industries In tho William's resolution noted  above? Do tho,pooplo of D.C.,want radical  or modorato social ref orm? - Dc> the pooplo -  of B,C, wont that samo NDP Influenco to  carry on to Ottawa? I THINK NOT.    ,  Tho Progressive Conservative party  want* Canadian rosources and Industry to  bo owned by Canadians as Individuals, not  by the state. Our policle* oro to pa-Ovid* ih*  atmosphere and Incentives to Individuals to  own, to participate and to' on]oy tho benefit* of tho' resources of this country, with  awareness of others,  ^��cycling  is &  you $  John Hall  An exciting, new. adventure In cooking. The amazing  "JENN-AIR" Range and Char-flavor Grllll Fully  operating in our showroom for live demonstrations.  I m COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FLOORCOVERING  /  , SERVICE      7 -    , < <, '     , ' 4 '        '     "'l  O CUSTOM AAADE DRAPES FROM FAMQUS CANADIAN MILLS  ��  FREEJN-THE-HOME ESTIMATING AND SELECTION SERVICE  8SS-2922  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  Showroom Hours: 9:30 a.m.' to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.  Opposite new Regional District Offices "Now Under Construction'  WHARF ROAD  W!gfffgffffiffiffffJfJffiI��Jf0fffffIifJfffff/FJffJlfft&   jlvU��UUM��U>U��MBHMBBUUUU��M��U��MaUMUUUMHU^^  1  Girls'  Co-ordinating  Summor  Outfits  Sixes 8 to 14  CUFFED SHORTS  Reg. 4,99  Special ���  HALTER TOPS  Reg. 3.49  Special ���  ^��o  %  Boys'  Short Sleovedl  Pullovers  Cotton ft Rayon. In  sixes 8 to 16. A��s't  colors and, stylet.  Reg. 1.99 fl  Special ��� '* o  Little Boys'  and Girls'   '  Cute Summor  Outfits  Sixes 2 to 3x. Ass't  colon and styles. 100  percent cotton.  Reg; 3.99  Special,���  Lady Bird  Summer  Fashions for  Boys' & Girls'  Slxos 2 to 3x. Quality  clothing fti cute stylos  0 OFF  Boys'  Tank Tops  100% Cotton, Ass't  colors and sixes 0 to  16, Made In Canada.  Rog, 2,99  Special.... ���  Boys'  100% Cotton  l.'l^fiftCl.fLll*.  Navy Wuo. Sixes 10  lto,14.  Reg. 3.99  Special....  Men's Short  Sleeved  1 $  Pullover  Cotton and rayon. In  asjorted colors.  Reg. 2.99 <_|  Special 7,-Wo;  Plastic  Kitchen  Garbage Cans  and matching Waste  Papor Basket. Green  with whit* lid.  Rog. 5.99  Special ���  Ladies'  Sandals  Tan, Navy, Red and  Whlto. 7    77, :���.,  Rog. 4.99  ' Special....  Ledieo'  Shorts  Sixes S-M-L in 100%  polyester.  Reg.. 2.99  Special   >  Girls'  Sloopwonr  Daby Dolls. In 100%  nylon. Blue & white,  mauyo and white,  Reg, 4,99  Special....  . SVIon'o  _ Shorts  100% Polyester. Dlua  and brown, Slew 32  to 30, Roflular 11,95  Ladles'  Sandals  Whlto patent leother.  Sixes 6 to 10.  Reg. 3,90  , Special ....  Ladles'  Mock Nock  Shells  Sixes S-M-L, Multl  color*.  Lodioo'  Tank Tops  100% Accyllc. Ass't  colors In stripes and  checks. Sixes S*M*L,  Reg. 3,99  Special...,  Grey  Blankets  Great for Camping,  Reg. 2.49  Special,���  {Flannelette  Sheet  Blankets  Slxe*  54"x80"  Reg. 3.39  70"x90"  Rog. 4,29  80"x100  Rog. 5.29  Cool ,  Summor  Dresses  fHi^,- !jjn>_H H. ��� i' J��lil��yi4! tiki hi, (|��!aU��^,'2tk��_l 1,9i,��fil&iM i-'Ml* l.*\lMfl,  100% cotton. Sixes  10 to 20. Ass't colors  and pattorns,  Spoclal  .947  Ladles'  Shorts  Sixes 12 .20. 100%  easy-cars poiyesUr.  Reg. 3,99  Special ���  Girls'  Tank Tops  Multl color in ��lx*s  4 to 12.  Rofl. 1.39  , Special....  Lar-go Both,  . . Towolo ; ^ ^  Assorted colors.  Special ^,*Hl  Table  Cloths  100%  ylnyirWM**  Slxo54">-7r.     ',���  Ladles'  Sandal Shoes  Very comfortable In  sixes 5Vi to 10. Tan.  Reg, 6.99  Special   Beach  Towels  Assorted design*.  Rog. 2*99  Special ...:  Picnic  ������^���,,Coolor.--,  30-QUART SU-*  A good  prlca u....  lawn  Choirs  Reg. 5.99  Special _..  4*77  ladles'  Sandal.  Whita*, ton or brown.  Slxe* 6 to 10,  Reg. 4.99  Special ....  Ladles'  ���Bod- Clogs���  Corked Hods. Sixes 5  to 10.  R#g. 4,99  Special ....  Coffee  Mugs  Rogular 35c ea.  for  Pole  "" Lompa"*""*"*  R*svl��r 13,99  Spociol  mMjIs'sM,  ���aasaaaaa^giMsgag  ��M��Sg^^  Use Your Cargex -, Master Charg�� or Gamble Card  . . . |usf say charge ill  i COMING EVENTS  KATHRYN KUHLMAN  Miracle Service 7  July 25th  Vancouver   Pacific   Colliseum  Anyone interested in a chartered  bus,   taking,. 1:30  ferry;  return 10 p.m. ferry;-cost -$5;  phone 886-2660 as soon as possible^  ..8979-31'  OLAUSSEN .Campaign Headquarters for election day in-.  Gibsons. 886-741V Authorized  formation, 1545 Clpwer Pt. Rd.,  by Coast Chileotin Election  Campaign Committee NDP.  ��'  ��� "       . 661-32  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WEST8RN DRUGS  '   ... aro pleased to sponsor this  EHrtfa AtMtouncement space,  and  flxrends Best Wishes to the happy  pOfSSStfl.  PEARL: To Gene and Irene, a  son 6 lbs., 14% ozs.- on June  24, 1974 at Powell River.  636-32  PQRSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at- 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. , Phone 883- .  2401. , - , 3952-tfn  COMMISSION, an original ink  drawing, water color of  your boat, cottage or house.  Reasonable rates. Call Andrew  Krumins, 885-2601. ���      345-tfn  BAHA1S believe in Universal  . Peace and that religious and  racial prejudice and superstition must be overcome. Phone  886-2078 and 885-9450. ,  ~~   ��� 628-tfn  ANYONE knowing the whereabouts of Mrs. ^ Bernice Lillian Ruth, also know as Mrs.  Bernice Lilian ' Wierks, also  knownr as Mrs. Bernice Lillian  Krauss, formerly of Sechelt,  B.C-Please contact the Department of Human Resouces^at  Box 890, Sechelt or phone 885-  2288. 610-32  COURTESY is an old fashioned virtue. Call' us for a ride  to the election polls. 886-7744,  886-2772 -(Gibsons);- 885-9830  (Sechelt). Authorized by Coast  Chileotin Election ���, Campaign  Committee NDP. 660-32  OBITUARY  HELP WANTED (Cont.)  BABYSITTER    in    my    own  home for 2 small  children.  2 Vis days week starting Wed.,  July 17 till Aug. ,29 incl: $1.50 .  hour. Phone, 886-7865. ~    -  673-32  NEED  female  crew , members ���  for large boat. Contact Janet  or Joyce, 885-2323. .632-32  WORK WANTED        r~~  N FOR all your carpentry needs,  call  A.  Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance. Rubbish' removal. Tree  cutting, etc!, Free estimates  Gibsons' to-' Sechelt. Also fireplace 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.' 886-7498 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 insured. 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  PETS  GOOD home needed.for 2 year  old spaniel type dog. Female.  Phone 885-2648. 669-32-  SUMMER vacation���what can  the children do? Give them  a puppy to care' for.' 2 .male  German, Shephard puppies free  to good homes. Phone after 6  885-2734. 635-32  Page A-4 ��� Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July 3/1974  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone: 885-9654 or 885-2635' : . ' ,7!  AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cont.)        AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)    WANTED TO RENT (Cont.)    WANTED TO RENT (Cont.)  , . _ . .        .   i .   ii i |    i a ,    '���   '��� *" ���-�����������������..<��� ��� .I���I. i*. ������ __....____.       -    mm ���'���na. 1 -    - ���              ��� ���     ��� *       ,-,  - ii, ,  .     " |     '  '63,   CHEV   "Biscayne    needs    1958 G.M.C. i>us; 27 feet/camp- 7 HOUSE, or pottage in or near ' LOCAL ' family  of  4, require  Published Wednesdays by ��� -  Powell   River  News Town  Crier i  Sechelt Times Ltd.  -   at Sechelt, B.C. ,   t  Established 1963  Box Numbers  50c extra  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  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)  ,)ne Insertion $1.20  Three Insertions $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) '.���35c  (This rate does not' apply to '  commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  -. for Ad-Briefs not paid by      '  ��� -' publication date. ������  Legal'or Reader advertising"40c  per count Una.'  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem*  briom. Marriage and Engagement*  notices are $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' Rates:  By Mail: "  Local Area 37.00 yr.  some work or excellent for  parts.-Offers.'Phone 886-7523.  p     ;, 650-32  ���64   DODGE.  Best offer.  Recond.   motor.,  Phone 885-2615.'  -     ,   , 492-32  erized. Phone Paul 885-9314,  ��� ���.   -y',yyyx 6.5-34-  '70   , VOLKSWAGEN' ; station  -wagon.   Reasonable. 7 Phone'  .886-2019.,  666-34  i  Sechelt'(withhi %"hr. drive)  by7-Aug.'1., is.. Contact ,463-  8750 or :write 12478 ��� 217 St.,  Maple Ridge. Ref. supplied.  ' ���'.    '      ��   -581-33,  unfurnished   house,  'anywhere except Pender Harbour.  -Ref. available. Phone 886-7412.  "   218-tfn  .   USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  Outsider Local Area  U.S.A : 7  Overseas  Senior Citizens,'  Local Area ���  Single Copies   ..$8.00 yr.  .$10.00 yr.  $11.00yr.  .$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 on hourly rate  for the additional work. ��   ���__      a'  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.   ���  '65   CHEVY  van.   Very, good  mech. cond. 53,000 mis. New-,  paint. Int. fully; insulated and*'  panelled with roof vent, slid- ���  ing   window   and   carpeting.   ,  Radio and'stereo combination:  Suitable  tor camperize, $1995.'  Phone 885-2346.       >     -494-32,  1973 P350 1 ton-crew cab, A-l  condition. $5300. Phone 883-  2673.  .        .,   . 616-34  1968 BEAUMONT, 396 cub. in.,  speed. Excellent condition,  iohe 886-7027.      .        561-33  1965 ENVOY .Coach, good con-  .  dition. Ph. '885-2187.   . 608-34  INTERNATIONAL truck with  tandem trailer. Carries 450B  crawler.' Phone 883-2417.,  . 645-32  1971 FORD flat deck, 1 ton on  duals, long wheel base. PK  883-2417.    ,      , a     646-32  F/G   DUNE    buggy,    rebuilt  engine. Ph.. 883-2390.   609-32  '69 DODGE Polara, V8, auto.,  PS, radio, etc. Low mileage.  $1395. Phone 885-9474 or 885-  2118., 667-32  MORTGAGES  MOBILE HOMES  LIVESTOCK  VANKLEEK���-Died   June   26...  Campbell River at his daughter's' > home'' (Mrsf iLorna ,  Humphrees), 450 Old-Peterson  Road, Dick Van, Kleek, long  time resident of Sechelt and  one' of Sechelt's best mechanics and citizen. 630-32  IN MEMORIAM  IN MEMORY of our beloved  son and brother Michael D.  Klein.  Just when your life was  brightest     *  Just when your years were  best  You were called from this  world of sorrow  To a home of eternal rest.  614-32  HELP WANTED  TICKET taker student. 2 days  week. Must have driver's licence. Phono 885-9019 between  9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 459-tfn  ' WANTED, certified scuba par- ',"���  tner for dives in local ,area.  Phon0 88C"2618- 7655-32  JANITOR for late afternoon  and early evening. 4 hrs. por  day at YMCA near Langdale,  $3.20 per hour, Phono 886.  2025.        ,-,.   7 ,070-32  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West ,Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken .feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfr  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunnpngham's.   Phone. 885-  9927. 3340-tfn  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  ���  ' All Buckerfield' Feeds ]  Hardware1'- Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina' Products  Alfalfa"- Hay -' Straw  GARDEN SEEDS  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway   .  PHONE  886-7527  9638-tfn  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  Paymaster, Rhode Island,  Red Cross, White Leghorns,  White Rocks. Ship anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22470, 64th  Ave., RR 7, Langley, 534-6268.  3769-tfn  13   YEAR   old   Pinto   games  pony $200. Phone 885-9335.  640-32  MUSCOVEY   ducklings  each. Phone 885-9338.  $1.50  648-32  NEW. Zealand  white  rabbits,  Pekjn ducks, Emden geese,  wethored goat., Phone 886-7582;  ..,/..,���.������     ,;���!,....'���.  . .;:.;���:;  604-32'  TRAILERS  17 FT. Scamper travel trailek.  7 Fully self.. contained, Excel*  lent.condition. Sleeps 6. Phone  885-2516. 7      674-32  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  12x62'  Statesman  2 bedroom,  3ay window, carpeted through-  -out, extra large living room  nd bedroom. $13,500.  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and dryers, custom-_  made furniture, delivery and-  complete set-up. All taxes included, no hidden charges. No  extras to buy.     ._    .    8922-tfn  AYERS   Mobile  Home   Park;  we have trailer space available. Phone. 885-2375.   9968-tfn  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  wides. For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  ��� .'  i. way, Burnaby.)    "7  Member  of the Western  Mo-'  bile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012  . .   8917-tfn  SQUIRE, double wide, 3 BR,  utility  room,  fridge,   stove,  drapes and rug. Available immediately. Phone 886-7378.  569-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  GOING concern. Priced in the  10s. Ready to move into, hew  premises Aug. 1. 3-5 yr. lease  available,, Only ambitious types  .willing to work long hours  need apply. Write Box 587 giving name, address and phone  No. c-o Peninsula- Times, Box  310, Sechelt. 587-33  BOATS & ENGINES  13 FT FG boat. Make ��n offer.  7    Pho^e: 883-2417,      v, 647-32  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD7  0N HIGHWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE 8, INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1600 sq, ft. homo with 3 bodrooms,,  wall to wall, laroo living room wllh hoatalator fireplace, largo  workshop, A lovol/ homo on two lavql acros. Good buy at $55,000,  GARDEN BAY LAKE -22 ocros with somo lako frontago, oxco|.  '..!.' lent sutHlvlslof. potontlal, F.P, $60,000.  MARINA   excellent potential - good Incomo - Room for expansion - High gross ��� details at office,  PEARSON ISLAND ��� 24 acros, closo to Pdndor Harbour, Good  '        Investment at $90,000,'  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  "*��� "*'      a i        ii, ������'    mi i  ���         ii ii ,,|  LANGDALE CHINES *- View Lot $13,500. Lard�� Lot $11,500.  ���JOHNSON ROAD  GOWER POINT  tokos all,  ' Vlow Lot $10,500,     ' ���  3 boautlful watorfront vlow lots, $66,000  MADEIRA  Sorvlcod lot, closo to boach and'with somo wator  vlow* $9,000,  REDROOFFS -���Excollont building lot with 240'i frontago on  "���������"���   >    Redrooffs Road. Full prlco $9,000, <     Excellent watorfront lot,  Protected &  serviced,  F,P,  $25,000.  RUDY LAKE ��� cornor lot, Non-waterfront, $7,000,  THREE CABINS  on ono lot ��� Wllhln 50'  F,P, $36,000,  of excellent boach,  Approx, I acre lot, could bo commorclal corner. F,P. $22,000,  PHONE 883-2794  John Broon  883-9978  Archlo Brayton  883-9926  Jock Harmon  883-2745  ^l6V&MCRESrWithwlono"hl()hway*fn)ntdapr'tw6wcrcoK8r"Nbrirt"  ' freeze, Trood, $38,000. ,        ,   ;  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� On a command vlow lot of Howo Sound,  3 bodroom, 2 lovol homo, Master bodroom has cn-sulto plumbing,  Galley kitchen with honoy splco cupboards, Extra largo living  room, opens to largo sundeck ovor carport., Finished roc, room,  Lot la-90'KlOO'. F,P, $45,000,   GIDSONS VILLAGE���9 suite apartment block, This unit Is  almost self coiitalncd, Shows excellent revenue, zoned, on sewer,  has potential . for Increased royenuo. Call for details, Asking  $137,0-00, , ,  NOTE. Wo havo avallablo very flno acreage properties for salo,  Call for dotal!*.  ,  2 DR wllh a Vlow of Howo'Sbund from tho Sundeck of this neat  Httlo homo, Post & boom construction, yollpw cedar panelling,  flroplaco, very modern kitchen. Retire In this one for only  $19,90p on Dominion Loose Land,, '   '.  ROBERTS CREEK AREA ~���10 secluded acres with lots oif troos  ���^P.??-^^y��9rr_.t;9M.n^.*:.![*>t*!5�� �����o��**.. bodfpom ..col tado. ^$4 P#P00.  ,���,���., ,������.,.  DUPLEX UP & DOWN ��� Ono throo"and ono two bedroom unit,  Excellent revenue pcmlblllty, $22,000.  SELMA PARK ������ Immaculate 1100 sq, ft,', 2 bodrooms, fireplace,  1 corport and workshop, Doautlful landscaped lot, closo to shopping,  $29,000, Dominion'1-0030 Land.  LISTING  K. A. Cro��by 606.2098  Mlk* niormy BB6-7436   I  S     WANTED  J. VltMr 606-253)  Don SutlWIorKl 083-9362  NEED;MONEY/? , .>  '/>' Mortgages"  Arranged  Bought  "Sold  - First - Second - Third -  SUMMER COTTAGE  . AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN/ MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  .  2438 Marine Drive .  ,West Van.     ���    -      ��� 926-3256  _ ,   8909-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  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 ar-  " ea. Reliable tenants. Grown  family. No pets. -. Phone 885-  9828 days;  885-9853 evenings.  654-32  -7-7'i.  "������,;(ii^TY.wyBiwtfCE.. ;  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS: 50' of WFT in the heart of the business section. Very  nicely finished home close to, water's edge. .Future commercial  development. F.P. - $42,000. . ���,  GIBSONS RURAL:  One lot 63x264'; only light older growth,  easily cleared, sacrifice at $8,500.  1.58 ' acres - of view property with small' house.  Good  buy for  future development or' ideal/ starter home.  F.P.   $32,350.  \ . i,  ROBERTS CREEK: This well constructed home with landscaped  garden is the ideal home for gracious, living. Two nice bedrooms  with large living room and dining area; well designed kitchen; full  basement with rec. room. Two. car carport and many fruit trees.  For immediate sale this is priced at only, $54,000. with some  terms.  LISTINGS   WANTED  Mombor Vancouver Real Estate Board  RON McSAVANEY. Manager  886-2248  Evenings: 886-9656  BOATS & ENGINES (Cob*.i  COMPLETE soft top ^or 20 ft.  or under. As new., Was $150.  Will sell for $100. ��hone- 886-  7461. ��� 565-33  25 FT. cabin cruiser,, sleeps 4,  IB V drive, head, sink, stove,  like   new.$7500.   Phone    885-  2634. 463-32  8 FT. CARTOP rowboat. FG  _ over wood, with oars. Phone  886-2397. fe     572-33  50' HP  MERCURY  outboard,  1973   16'   glass   over . wood  boat.   886-7123. Ask for   Tom  or leave message. 10170-tf  . 167FIBREGLASS with 65 hp  Evinrude   outboard, i Offers.  Phone 886-7857; v 621-34  < 18 FT. FG with 115 Merc. OB  and trailer. Phone 885-9335, .  639-32  ESTATE sale. To close estate,  , 14 ft. boat, 40 hp motor plus  all equipment. No reasonable  offers refused. Phone 885-9744.  659-32 .  11 FOOT FG boat, 9_Vfe.h.p late  model Evinrude motor. Very  good shape. Oars, ��� extension  handle for motor. Price $350.  Phone John Bachop 883-9056.  672-32  MOTORCYCLES  ���73  YAMAHA,  360cc Enduro.  Low mileage. Excellent condition. Phone 886-7035.       624-tfn  1972 450 Honda, chopped; Ph.  885-9485. 611-32  t  AUTOS; TRUCKS, Ete.  1972 CORTINA, $1800. Phone  ' 885-9988.  612-32  '72 BARACUDA, 318 auto.  ��� Vinyl roof, radio, air shocks,  mags and extra large tires.  Striping. Excellent condition.  Offers. Phone 885-2070 after  5. 498-32  ���69 DATSUN 1600 2 dr.' $800.  886-7207,   7 7 400-32  aa^.g^-^irMaawai^aMawaB^-Boaa :vr-a. m��-.j��. i^^.-T-^tgrtMetw^aMM^ife^^  ^sresaF  iffi^Mrim^  PHONE:  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  ���WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level acreage with over 600' road frontage,' 208' deep. Possible  7- lot subdivision.  2  BR Panabode home with  full  basement.  $70,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ,  Approx. 37 acnes, 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 con-'  dominium development. Excellent view of-Pender Harbour ond Lee  -  Bay. $125,000.  I  GARDEN BAY  2 BR home built in 1971, open stone fireplace, covered sundeck, carpOrt. Third BR in full basement. Level, landscaped lease  lot, close to water and with a view over Garden Bay. $35,000,  ���____________ /  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.  GARDEN BAY  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 and marinas. $32,000.  LOW PRICED HOME -  IRVINE'S, LANDING " ,  2 BR home, approx. 640 sq. ft, Level, grassy view lot. Close to  marina and Gov't wharf. $22,000.  VIEW HOME 7 GARDEN BAY  1,250 sq. ft., 2 bedroom (could be 3) open beam home with a  beautiful view over Garden Bay, W/W shaa lr�� living room &  master bedroom, range & frldgo, partial basement, large sundeck,  corport, and storage, To view by appointment only,  $42/000,  7       MADEIRA PARK STORE  Small general  store and  ad|olning one  BR owner's home  In  centep of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx. 100' frontage  on both Madeira Park Rd.' ond Hwy.  101, containing approx,  1,09 acres, $50,000 plus stock.  7      GARDEN' BAY RD, - KLEINDALE  3 BRl'hb'm'o, built In 1969, with 2'BR, suit�� on lower level; some  appliances, 2 fireplaces, oil furnace, largo sundeck, carport, On  approx. 2 acres of level land with over 1 acre cleared and In  grass, 22'x'IO' workshop with sjhako roof, roughed-in plumbing -  could be converted to a rental home. $85,000,     '  WATERFRONT HOME���EGMONT  Very large 4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on 3 separata  lots. Float. Excellent for o group purchase. $105,000.  LARGE CORNER,LOT  Approx.  1 % acres of view property with  111' frontage on Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road, two older houses  on property. Possible subdivision site. $47,500.  WATERFRONT - SECRET BAY  Approx.  128' waterfront on two adjoining lots, close to school  store and gov't wharf. To be sold together for $36,000.  . WATERFRONT ACREAGE,  Approx.  375' deep,  sheltered waterfront on approx,   10 acres  i of treed land. Access by trail or water. $40,0,00.  -LOTS  1. MAPLE ROAD approx. 3/6 aero level, treed view lot, $10,500.  2. EARL COVE - level comer lot - $11,000.  SAKINAW & RUBY, LAKES  ACREAGE .SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 1,400 ft. of cholco low bank waterfront on approx.  35 treed acres, creek'through property. Sheltered bay, southerly'  exposure, numerous building sites, public road to boundary of  property. An excellent opportunity for a group to obtain choice  hard-to-flnd Saklnaw Lake  property. $170,000.     ,  ,       RUBY LAKE MOTEL      ,  8  housekeeping units, two sleeping  units/manager's ono BR  residence and offlco In a beautiful setting on 4.34 acres, approx,  200 feet watorfront or) Ruby Lake, and 800 feot of watorfront  on' lagoon.   Highway: 10 \   runs 7 through  property,   Float   and  launching ramp on Ruby lako, $115,000.,  RUBY LAKE RESTAURANT and 4 BR homo also available w|th.  the above motel fot an additional $80,000;      ,  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  3 BR partly furnished cotlogo on 2 leased lots - approx, 330'  choice  lakefront,  2,98 acres,  Small  cove  and  private  dock,  7 '��� ,$23,000,     ��� .'���  V  LOTS;  2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  60'  RUBY LAKE - SANDY BEACH  lakofront lot with sandy beach, trees, Water access only.  ''���   $25,000.  1, SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  7    $9700.and $14,400.  2, NARROWS ROAD - cloared view lots noar Madoira Park,  "-��-$ 10,000 * and $ 11 jO0o,w"l��*'"*,w^  3, GARDEN BAY ESTATES, sorvlcod lots, somo with view. $6,900  ��� to $12,500, ,  4, MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and  $19,000, , 7  5, NARROWS ROAD . approx, ^ aero level land, ��xcellont View,  $29,000,  , 6, MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots *ultab|o for mobile homo, $7,500  and $22,000,  7, MADEIRA PARK ROAD . lot. that Is very close to ��chool,  ���    stores/goy't wharf and post offlco. $9,500,  8, MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial Iota - $16,000 arid $20,000,  ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  1, Approx, 20 qcres of fairly lovol land with approx, 10 acres  cloarod. $35,000,  2, Approx. 16 ocros on Highway 101  . good commercial ilto,  gravel pit, Asking $65,000.     ��� ,  VIEW HOME - GARDEN BAY  ��� '3 DR" homo, brick fireplace; sundeck;'-carport/ fuir basemanr." On  a level cornor, leased lot - fully landscaped, fruit trees, $45,000,  WATERFRONT HOME * CANOE PASS  76,2' shcltored, deep waterfront, at entronco to Canoe, Pass on  Glldons Rood. 2 BR home, flroplaco,,wall-to-wall shag, coppartono  opplionccs, 3rd PR in partial bowment, covered boat house,  $07,500.  JACK NOBLE  ,        Res. 883-2701  HIDDEN BASIN - NELSON ISLAND  Approx, 1700' sheltered deep watorfront, low bank shoreline;  levoral beaches and bays on opprox. 11.3 acres of beautifully  trood property with small crook. Furnished ono BR cottage,  furn'thed guest cottage, workshop, woodshed, well and pump*,  houie, four Iwats, trail bike, garden tractor,, numerous tools  and equipment, float, An excellent buy at $80,000,  WATERFRONT  Approx, 4,000' watorfront on approx, 25 acres troed property,  Several beaches, small Island, good sheltered cove, Only a short  distance by boat frop Earl Covo or Egmont, $100,000.  L\RGE ACREAGE'. $1,000. PER ACRE  D,L, 2392, approx, 160 acres, situated approx. Wi .miles, above  Hwy, 101 noar Halfmoon Boy, Access by old logging rood. Trails  8, roads throughout tho proporty, nicely treed useable land. Outsldo  ,���,..,���land freew area ��po����!bl�� subdivision site, $ 160,000,  ACREAGE -LOTS F'oVG, BLK, A( D.L, ,903  Two adjoiningr9-acirii b|acks7 apprbx72,000" foot jrbm Highway  101. Nlcoly (rood, gontlo slopo, southern,exposure, $45,000 each,  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros. 803-2233 \  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July 3, 1974 ���-,Pcge A-5       ��� **-'��� -    -������ ��� ��� i   ��� ii in   ��������� ���a�� ��� ���������____��������� ������i^aww^  FOR RENT v        REAL ESTATE (Con't) "-,  REAl   ESTATE (Con*.) REAL ESTATE (cont.1 REAL ESTATE (Con't) FOR SALE .Continues FOR SALE (Continued) LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)  1     '       *  '. ;_: ���.  ' > : ���      - , ��� ��� "      ��� ,,,,.,.     '        i_   HALL for rent., Wilson Creek  Community   Hall., ' Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-23377"  >       ,' , ,    ' . .    ' 3246-tfn j  LOT 10,; Park Ave.; 2' bedroom-,,  house, .furnished, .$150.  Ph.,  885-2488.' -    ���      -       , 613-321  1 BE SUITE. Fully furnished,  and modern. Phone 886-9102.  - *     '      '." 641-32  ' MODERN   furnished   1   bed- ,  room cottage for single ,em- ���  ployed working man. Ph. 886-  9885, $1007 653-32 .  SWAP  \\\  EVEN trade, 20' Turner- hull'  IB for1 best 15' or over, FG.  with motor and'trailer. Phone  ,885-2648 after 6. 668-32  WANTED TO iUY  USED tricycle in good condi-  - tion. Phone 885-9802 between 4 and 8 p.m.        582-33  USED backhoe in running condition. Reply Box 9575, Powell Rivjer News, 4548 Marine  Ave. Powell River, B.C.  564-33  REAL ESTATE  VIEW lot for sale m" Gibsons.  Phone 886-2417. 146-tfn  .WATERFRONT lot. Porpoise'  N Bay. Fully1, serviced. Treed.  $33,500.., Phone, (112)926-2273  'evenings/ ���/   ,--'--      . 634r34  GARDEN   Bay. r By'   owner;  7House for sale,' 2 BR with-'  fireplace. Self contained. Suite  ���in basement. Leased land. View J  of water. Near'stores, etc. FP  $32,000. Phone 883-2253 ' days,  .883-9953 eves." 77 637-32,  ��� 7. When You'��Consider-  ,  Building . .'. ]   :   '  Why .not-try the,-Westwood  Home Building Systems. Plans,  available for complete; 'home  packages." Modular homes and  custom planning. -Most econ-  1 omical .way v to build, tinder  present day conditions. Call . .  COE ENTERPRISES; LTD.  883-2671 or. 883-2451   ,     ,8914-tfn  ��� APPROX. % acre treed lot in  new Langdale Chimes sub-'  division. Beautiful view > property, All ' utilities underground, paved road. Terms  available. Call' 886-7894 after  6 p.m. ' 269-29  FORESTED    view 'lot,    125x  188. Selma Park, $24,000 or  will sell half. Phone 885-9845.  233-tfn  SERVICED .* view   lot',,  Davis7< VIEW loUand,city lot; reason-  --'Bay.1 $14,000'. Phone 886-2696    ��� able..Will build to suit. Ph."  or 886-2834.. *    - 605-34'' days 885-2713.    . '   -      617-34-  " SUNSHINE COAST . 7  ,15 ACRE. WATERFRONT  -,'-' 7  PARADISE    7  Stream, .Sheltering > Islands,'  Gently Sloping > Beach, Oyster  JLease,. Close to^Best ,Fishing  If you are looking for the most  beautiful 7 and    most a useful  waterfront   acreage   in   B.C.,  '. this vacation paradise should  ' interest   you.   Complete .'with  ' tall trees, .easy highway access,'  small house, outstanding' view,  ,. - , ; lots  of- driftwood.      u <  Two beautiful, small offshore  islands form the outer borders  of a quiet, protected bay,,directly in front of our -600' shore  line:     '  , Prime Resort Property   .  $165,000  " By  Owner,  Box  65,  Madeira  Owner,  Box  65,  Park,   B.C.  883-2255  9541-32  COZY furnished WF home.  App. 750 sq, ft., as new, Selma Park breakwater. Good  moorage and swimming. Leased lot 60x200. $18,500. Phone  885-9545. ' 656-32  M-M8-R OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  DOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  BUILD a better home.with-a  National1 package.'Mortgage  money available. "Call Dave  Whidden,'"885-2746 or write  Box 830; Sechelt; -88-tfn  '�� ."7ROBERTS creek  Waterside'of'Lower Road, between, Joe -arid TBfayview Rds.  - Lots serviced with \yater, and  "paved roads.v^Easy1 beach ;acc=_  I ess. i Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign ,on.7  '.  . ���   CALL OWNER 886r7316  or write Box 9503,'c-o Peninsula'Times, Box 310/Sechelt,  ,/v '8875-tfn-  SECHELT, 3"BR, 1200 sq. ft.,  ,   'walk; in   basement,   2. fire-  7places: FP $48,500. Phone 885-  9951 evens, also (112)922-7918  evens. 469-32  1135 Franklin Rd., Gibsons  Delightful 3 bdrm rancher, immaculate.    One    block    from  beach,    lovely ~ area.    WIN  BLOWN   988-3151,  '980-3409.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY  7    LTD.  3709 Delbrook Ave.'  North Vancouver,, B.C. 7  9554-33  ���/���i   -240 ACRE ranch near Gilbert  y-k 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  ITOUR AXJTOPLAN  CENTRE  K Butler fealty Ltd.;  All Types, of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND, AREA  WEST SECHELT BEACH FRONT  2-bedroom home with level beach plus  1% acres of land and  revenue cabin. Home vyas built to V.L.A. specifications. All landscaped. Cabin could be subdivided from the beach house. House  insulated for electric heat with double glaze windows. Large  isal  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.  WEST SECHELT  Two bedroom cottage on a nice large lot. Zoned R2, treed, good  garden soil. Asking only  $13,500.  Calf Len or Suzanne Van  Egmond, .885-9683.  i*       ___������,.. p. ____��������� -��������������� p.-* -- ~j  WEST SECHELT  Level lot, nicely treed. Handy location in West Sechelt. Near  school, trailers permitted. R2 zoned. F.P. $8,900.00. Coll Len  or Suzanne Van Egmond. 885-9683.  RECREATION LOT  Recreational treed lot)  100'x263'. Trailers permitted. Full price  $11,500. Also tre!ed lot, 125'x2O0', full price $18,500. 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 ond  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  lot for very little. F.P. $59,900. Some terms. Call Doug Joyce.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE x ^ ���  30 acres wjth 1,700 feet waterfrontage at Middlepoint, including  two fine houses,_boat launching ramp, water system, hydro. Good  Subdivision  potential,- asking   $400,000.'.Call   Len  or  Suzanne  . -"     ' Van- Egmond.  TREED R2 LOT  This lot is fully serviced with gentle south slope. 65'x approx. 200'  in size. Partially cleared. Easy access from Nor-West Bay Road.  F.P. $9600,00. Call Jack or Stan Andepon.  WEST SECHELT   '. '       .     7  Average 13,000 sq. ft. Treed, paved road. Walking distance to  public beach access. Southwest slope. Zoned R-l. Ideal retirement  area. Priced from $10,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  17 VIEW ACRES  Middle  Poinf 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   a     21  ACRES  Approximate..1/'' 1 mile-highway front. Treed! Zoned 5 acre holdings. F.P. $52,000. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  SECHELT INLET  2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33 ft. e,ach on Toredo St. in the Village of Sechelt, zoned commercial, Ready to go. Serviced. Approx. 200 feet deep. Full price  $15,000 each. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  TUWANEK  60'x120'   serviced   lot,   easy walking  distance  to   Marina   and  swimming. Lot is treed. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  EXEC. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Noar New 2500, sq. ft. on two floors. Large family kitchen.  Loads of Cabinets. Dishwasher, range and fridge built-in. Large  sea view. Living room with w/w carpets. Fireplace. Rich wood  panelling. En-sulte plumbina. off master bedroom. This home  must be seen to be appreciated. 2 car garage plus large storage.  Level treed landscaped property with your own sandy beach.  F.P. $97,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  TUWANEK  2.08 acres of land that can be developed. Heavily treed with a  community water supply. A good  Investment at $19)500.  Call  Jack or Stan Andersorj.  WILSON CREEK  Excellent  view   lots   available   from '$7950,00   and   up.  DAVIS BAY  SECHELT VILLAGE '  100'x250' lot with view and beach access, heavily treed private.  Driveway in and fully serviced. F.P. $15,500. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.  VILLAGE LOT  Fully cleared   and   landscaped   lot.   All   fenced,  Approximately  9000 sq. ft. 93 ft. frontago. 2 blocks from shopping, 2 blocks  from" beach. Full price $9800.00, % down. Coll Jack or Stan  ��� Anderson.  3  BR HOME  3 bedroom, 1200 sq. ft. on large treed lot. 16'xl8' living room,  12'x10' utility. Wall-to-wall carpets throughout. Handy to store,  school and beach, Full price $42,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Three car radio equipped taxi business, Financial statements to  Interested parties, Call  Suzanno Von  Egmond.  885-9683,  885-2241. ..  CHAPMAN ROAD  169' frontage and good view, close to beach at Davis Bay. Full  price $14,900. Call Doug Joyce.  COMMERCIAL BLOCK  Located on two lots by the waterfront In Davis Bay. 2 stores, 2  suites, could be 4 suites. Presently regional district offlco,   100  porcent occupancy at present. A revenue producor, F.P. $150,000  with terms, Call Jack or Stan Anderson. .  ROBERTS CREEK & AREA  ���       7   NEW CONSTRUCTION  Now 1200 sq. ft. 3 BR Homo under construction, Sundeck and  .'.   drlvo-ln gprago, F,P, $53,900, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,,  HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL    '  Small house on largo lot In tho Vlllago. Approx, 600 sq, ft, Needs  , work, but liveable, Call, Jack or Stan; Andorson^ F.P, $17,000,  4 80fx256' WATERFRONT LOT  Located approx. 6 miles wost of Socholt, Rolling rock and arbutus  troos, Hydro'and powor In. Excellent, now proa,  Beach access,  avallablo, Call Dova Roberta for, full particulars,  , >  ,1 1. '  i.'' '  ,  -7 , , .',   : SECHELT ,,'���. "���, ;,\ ",  1240 sq, ft. on ope floor, This hornb has everything frond tho %'  aero landscaped lot to a covered patio with barboquo, 2 car port,  largo workshop or garago, Living room with flroplaco plus family  room, 3 bodrooms, master has full plnmb|np, Also sqcjudod, Ono  block to sanely boach, Elomontary school nearby, F,P. $54,900,  , *i Call Jack or Ston Anderson,  Secluded 2-bedroom homo In quiet area, Only 300 feot from  p pebble beach. Excellent ocean vlow, finished basement, Fireplace.  Year-round crook through the property. Landscaped, Full piica  ��� $39,500, Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  ,   '.".���. ���'���..,   ACREAGE  Approx. 5 acros,' 290''highway frontago, Naturally trood, gontlo  ..,    south slopo. F.P. $25,900. Call Jack or Stan .Andorson.  GIBSONS  1 ACRE LOT  Grandvlow Road, Now home aroa, A full aero with somo view.  Could be subdivided, F,P.  $16,500,00 Call Jack or Stan  7 r Andorson,  New 3 bedroom full basoment. Largo livinq room with rich Wall,  to-wall carpets, Poublo plumbing, many extras, Basomont, tdoal  for future development, Lorgo view I property, Prlcod In Low 50'��,  Call Jack or Stan Andorson, '  70'   frontago  on,qulot   residential  stroot,   Very  good  vlow   of  ocoan, Trood. Basomont excavation In and fully sorvlcod, Full prlco  $14,900,00, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  .-���T REDROOFFS ROAD AND 'AREA"."������.",  1 , 100" WATERFRpNT  Redrooffs Road,  Sargont Day Aroa,  Approximately   \y*  acres,  High ylow property,  $20,000.  full  price,  Call'Jock, or Ston  Andorson;  \ REDROOFFS ESTATES^  Largo trood properties, approx, Mi aero. Zoned R2, trailers allow-  od, Pavod roods, closo to Sargoant Bay, Hot fishing spot, Priced  from $6,750, Coll Jack or Stan Andorson,  "7'"",���*':",v" l acre' - view ~T" "���"*"/"  View proporty over 1 ocro, Good building slto, F.P, $18,500, Coll  ' Ed Bakor.  ;    , ...'-.. GIBSONS  Somothlno special lri cedar �� A delightful A-frame Iioubo on the  boach by Gospel Rock on Gowor Paint Road, Full view of strait,  Includes land on both'sides of road, Asking, only $43,900, Soo  u��<wpwuw.iu����MvwMa��Hni l.e^\ ��>Van '*��� Egmond,'**,"���*,-w-^,iM���'',^���t~'��*w,,,*M**,'"  ' '. ..     .. . ���: .,.'.. .:.;...     7 GIBSONS.. ,. ' ,.'. ! 7   . ,   ...  Two cleared lots In Gibsons, On sowor, Closo to boat launching  ramp, Pavod roads front and back, Zonod Comprehensive development. Full Prlco $27,000,00, Call Doug Joyco,     7  ~������ HALFMOON BAY  WATERFRONT LOTS AT SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES , -  Located In Halfmoon Bay. First chance to purchase oho of these  sewered lotp In quite a while, These lots won't last long, Only 6  watorfront ond 5 vlow lots, Sower, wator and powor. Boat  launching ramp, good boach access, From $12,000 to $25,000,  Call Lon or Suzanno Van Egmond, Homo! 885-9603. office;'  ! 88,5-2241,       ,  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 -SO,  FTr.|NCLUDES-DELIVERYrTOLYOUR-  LOT WITHIN 4 OR 5 WEEKS,  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE,  Dove Rot>orts Len or Suzanne Van Egmond Jock or Ston Anderson Ed Bokcr Doua Joyce  Eves. Phono 885-2973     Eyes, Phono 885-9683   Eves, phona B85-2053 or 885-2385   Cvos. Phono 885-2641       Evos, P.h, 005-2761  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  SAKINAW LAKE in serene  Pender' Harbour. Enjoy the  scenic ' beauty, 7 summer or  weekends, 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, POINT 3 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'din- '  ing room.- Nicely appointed  modern kitchen. ��� Don't miss  this one at only $31,500. ,  GIBSONS. Level and" wooded  65'xl30' lot, in excellent loca- >  tion. $8500.        -   __  LISTINGS   WANTED!      .  MEMBER  -MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  " Freda DuMont 886-7105   9557-32  HALF acre with 108 ft. frontage on Gibsons bluff. Septic ,  tank possible. Phone 886-7857  or 886-9g.54.         622-34  3 BR MOBILE home on good  1 sized lot, extra 2 piece bath- -  room, large addition includes  rec room, double carport and  utilitv room. Cement slab and  footings. Lower Pratt Rd:  $20,750. Terms, Phone 886-  9262.      ' ' 629-34  GIBSONS   Village. .Attractive  2   BR ' home   with * finished  room in basement. Phone 886-  7284. * 652-34  SECHELT AREA-  By Water. Panoramic View.  Ex. grocery and butcher store.  Fully equipped. Living quart- ]  ers below. Grossed over $83,000  in '73 on 5 day week, 9 a.m. -  6 1p.m. Only commercial property in fast -growing area.  Closed due to' illness. Black  top driveway, parking. 129'  frontage on Hwy. 101. Equipment optional." Only steps to  the beach. Safe moorage.  885-2532    .  9555-tfn  FOR SALE  MADE    to    order,    decorated  quilts   and   pillows,   patch-'  work. Call 885-9624.        283-29  36   INCH   elec."   range,   good  condition. Phone 886-7061.  ���  651-32  18 INCH reel push mower, as  new.   Ph.  886*7027. 620-34  LR,   .DR,   BR   and" kitchen  '" drapes. Good condition. Reasonable,  885-2950 or 885-2550.  " .     ,     '   > 479-32  PLAY Lions Community Bin-  -'  go, cards available, $1.00 ea.  by phoning 885-2012 "days or  885-2027 nights. 4184-tfn  TOPRER FLOAT  The New Wharf or Boathouse  Floatation  .Replace sunken logs with pro-  ' per floatation .under your present -boathouse or dock. Also  suitable for ,tie-up' buoys.  EL-AAAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors)  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  8903-tfn1  NEAR new upright carpet  '.vacuum, $100. Phone 885-  9028. 468-32  TOP SOIL��� Mack's Nursery^  ��� Ph. 886-2684 ot 886-7096.  387-tfn  AUTO,   washer,    $75^_ Phone  886-9169. , ��� 464-32  LAWN mower.   Gas  powered  reel  type   $75.   Phone   885-  2994.  ���     625-32  FULL  head   polar  bear  rug,  $2000. Phone 885r9477.  ' 626-34  9'PCE. oak dining room suite,  $1500:   ONO.   Call ,885-2370  after 5. 631-32  10 CU.' ft. Admiral fridge, as  new, gold color, $17. Phone  885-2232. 607-32  ...  ,.i.     ���       .      .. .___... .____.     ������.���1^.___���,    _.,.___   ___���_..        .   m  ���  HAVE you seen the new Mini-  Dozer: 618-32  CLEAN SWEEP  CATALOGUE SALE  'Pick up your flyer now!  Up to 40% Off Regular  Catalogue merchandise  TAKE HOME BARGAINS IN  STOCK  VIKING Electric Mower 79.95  VIKING  fridges . from   329.95  VIKING ranges $309.  - $399.  2' Element Hot Water  Tank, ���  One' only       85.95  VIKING Dryer  7.  204.99  VIKING  auto,  washer  309.99  , SUNNYCREST     GIBSONS  886-7515   9556-32  MOVING,.   household     items  for sale. Call 885-2534.   657-32  SET of 4 slatted mag wheels  with steel belted radial  tires. Vega, Epic, Viva, Chevy  II with 4 bolt, 4 inch pattern.  1000 miles oh set. $420 new,  asking $300 firm. Phone 886-  2535. 642-32  BATHTUB with feet and fbc-  tures, 2 complete toilets and  2 wash basins. Phone 885-2748.     643-32  SELLING house. All "household furniture, dishes, misc.  Everything goes July 11 10  a.m. - 8 p.m. Evelyn Johnson,  Dougal Rd., Gibsons.      658-32  "Not Now Darling" \ -r  WedM Thurs., Fri.. Sat."  July 3, 4, 5, 6  1 .       "   MATURE'7  Warning:  Nudity and suggestive  dialogue���& W7 McDonald, B.C. Dir. : '      ^       '     .  "The Paper Chase"  Sun., Mon., Tues.  July 7, 8, 9 . -,  ."MATURE;'.  Warning:    Occasional_" "coarse,  language.���R.   W. ' McDonald, .  B.C. Dir. *        ' , ,  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827   ',    '8934-32  OIL- kitchen range, $35 or 'of-  -    fer.    McFadden    Cottages.  Halfmoon Bay.      - '   586-33  GARAGE sale. Steel cable,  typewriter, life jackets, oil  heater, elec. stove, windows  (alum, frame), etc. Odds 'n  ends dishes, clothing,.furniture  and more. IL a.m. - 5 p.m.  Sat., July 6, Crow Road, Rot  berts Creek. 886-9983.. Please  park on road. ^ 662-32  DISHWASHER. Excellenta condition.  Phone 886-9260.    '\.,  665-32  HI-FI stereo console, AM-FM  radio. As new, beautiful cabinet $150; Lloyd's portable 8"  track stereo recorder and player, AM-FM multiplex, elec. or  -batteries,. 2 speakers, as' new  $150; also collapsible 'wooden play pen, $5. Phone 885-  2357.  ��� 663-32  ONE  portable  record  player,  $25; portable tape-recorder  $40.   Both   in   good   working  condition.'Phone 886-7726. -'  671-32  , TRI axle'equipment trailer, 8  ' x20 ft. deck. 9 ton capacity,  vacuum over hydraulic brakes.  Controls included. Phone 886-  9031. 638-32  LEGAL NOTICES  FORM No. 1  LAND ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION ���  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and . situated  Hotham Sound.  Take notice^ that David  Ward of Powell River, occupation farmer and teacher, -intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  ' Commencing at a post planted about 1500 feet WfT "from  SE corner of Lot .4823; thence  S 68�� W 2800 feet; thence  North 1650 feet; thence Easterly along the shore to the  point of beginning and containing 50 acres,' more or less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is oyst-  .��er culture.  DAVID ARVON WARD  Dated 16 May, 1974.  8976-pub. June 26, July 3, 1974.  GOVERNMENT''OF THE-^  .   ��� . PROVINCE OF .  BRITISH .COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT. OF  ���     / RECREATION AND  CONSERVATION  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders for the con-  . struction of a1 "Garage Workshop-Buildings in Porpoise Bay  Provincial Park wall be received'- 'by- the Deputy ^Minister,  Repartment of Recreation and  Conservation, Parliament  Building, Victoria, B.C. up to  three.p.m. Thursday the Eighteenth day of July, 1974 and  opened in public at that, time  in the Deputy .Minister's office.  - Plans,    Specifications,   and  Conditions of Tender may be  - obtained "from the District  Pai-k Officer, Mount Seymour  Park, 1620 Indian River Drive,  Nth. Vancouver, B.C.; Provincial Government Plan Viewing  Room, No. 108 501 W. 12th  Avenue, Vancouver 9.B.C. and'  the Provincial Parks Branch,  No. 209 633 Courtney Street,  Victoria, B.C. on the .deposit  of $25.00 for-each set, which  .will be refunded upon the return of the Plans within one  month of the opening of Ten-  - ders. The deposit of the successful tenderer is not refundable. ' ,  Each Tender must be accompanied by, a Bid Bond equal  to 10 per cent of- the Total  Amount of Tender.     -  No Tender will be accepted  or considered that contains an  Escalator Clause or any other  qualifying condition, and the  lowest or any Tender will not  necessarily' be accepted.  ��� Plans and Specifications will  be on display at the Construction Association of Vancouver,  2675 Oak Street, Vancouver,  B.C., and the Provincial Government Plan Viewing .Room,  No. 108 501 West 12tK Avenue,  Vancouver 9, B.C.  Inspection of the site may  be arranged by-contacting the"  Regional Supervisor at Porpoise Bay 'Provincial Park,  Box 644, Sechelt, B.C. telephone 885-9019.    -  ' Lloyd  Brooks,  Deputy  Minister  Department of Recreation and'  Conservation,  Parliament Buildings,"  .Victoria, B.C.  9552-pub. July 3, 1074  MACHINERY    COMPRESSOR for sale, 210  cu. ft. Ingersoll Rand compressor mounted on 4 wheel  trailer.' 6' cyl. Continental gas  engine. Will run 2 jack hammers. $600. Can - be seen at  Madeira,. Park. Phone 883-2233.  597-tfn  1969    CASE-; D-450    Crawler  complete with 4,in 1 Drott  Bucket,   canopy - an4   trailer.  886-2535. 92-tfn  1966 440 JOHN Deere skidder,  450B Crawler blade, canopy  and winch, near new- Phone  883-2417. 644-32  A '  ....  , USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO SELL, RENT. SWAP. BUY  Platiorms told . . .  slow inflati  THIS .will be the last in a series of columns  before  the  July  8. election,  I,  would like to emphasize a few of the  platforms I have stressed throughout the  campaign.  1, Inflation���We plan to do our utmost to slow the inflationary' rate with  our flexible control program, by curtailing government spending and by, reduc-,,,,  irtg the amount of , money printed and  circulated.      7' '.      ��� ' ! ��� ;',.' \'';\- ".7', 7:> 7  2, UIC and,,various grants���While 1.7  agree that the UIC program as1 it was  conceived  ls  an  excellent  plan, , it' has  been abused until now, In ,many cases,'  It''is little more than a welfare schpme.  'Wc pMri to put Manpower and UIC together as ono unit, and we also plan' to  ensure that UIC no longer nets aa a wcl-  fnvo plan, Various, grants programs such  fi. LlP'nrid OFY bust obviously be more  rigidly supervised, If wo aro going to ���  give money, to people for not working  then let's glvo it to our older pqoplo, The  young nnd able bodied who do not work  nnd who live off those of us who are, in  .��my...opinion,, llttlo*.moro.,.than..pai'aoitco, -  Lot's  put the  Incentive bnclc whore lt  .,, belongs���-on �� day's, pay for n day's work,  3, Iio'u8lnB~~Wo will remove the 11  por cent sales tax on building materials.  Wo will establish n' revolving federal  fund, In, which the provinces would participate, to sot up residential land-bank*  Ing agencies. Wo will establish,a properly funded and administered Central  Mortgage Bank to reduce borrowing  costs for homo purchasers. Wo will permit' Interest charges over fl por cent on  first,mortgages to be Incomo tax deductible,  4, Pon.tonH���Wo will Increase old ago  , security benefits by $84 n year and the  maximum   guaranteed   incomo , supplement by .1>0fl n year, The monthly incomo  .... ,for,���,Cnnndn'0���,���ncedlcst;.,���pcn3loners .will  1 bo $202 n month, nn increase of $100 n  year over tho present level, .and pensions  will coi.tlnuo to bo adjusted to tho coat  of living.  5, Fishing���-Wo will definitely  establish n 200 mile limit nnd see thnt it la;  policed,  fl, Native peoples���Our�� program will  allow our Indian citizens to develop and  uso their own Ideas- and Initiatives. They  must bo allowed to run their own affairs  '1   a      - ' ,'"|K  % 7;^71^(|W..  Hi>KKyy )f  .vp'-i'   -'p.,f/   *������  0:    .1   ���*!���   J.  .a      .     iS*.    ��\  'VV7M7  to w  Impaired driving nets  Sechelt man $400 fine  SECHELT���John Franklin Goodwin of  Sechelt was fined $400 at provincial  court after pleading guilty to impaired  driving & refusing to submit to a breathalyzer test. The offences took place,near  Gibsons.,    ' '  George Boser of Gibsons netted a $250  fine for driving while impaired.  Lisa  Scyrup ��� of  Granthams Landing  pleaded  guilty  to' driving jwitfhout  due  care and attention and without a driver's  , licence, She was fined $125.  w^9M��MWaa-ty��-yjf!iM^  mitjmmpmtm&*tm  *.a-U*4  LORNE OHEENAWAY  ...^regressive Conservative  ns other Canadian citizens do,  7,   Small   business���-Wo   know   how  Important small business 1 Is to tho wol-'  fare of this country, Wo will holp, not  hinder the  development  of small business, ' 7 ..���..,���. ',.7,.,' 7. ....,'.  In closing I would like to sny how  much I admlro Bob Stanfield, Ho Is n  quiet man, fair, sincere, a man of integrity. Whon''ho makes n committment ho  keeps it nnd when he snya something  enn bo done, ho means It, Vote for n  sound, conservative government *��� vote  Progressive Conservative|  Tho Classics Have  Never' Been So  Inexpensive!  I    MEDITATIONS  Marcus Aurellus  DON' QU I'XOT^' Ibe^feT  THE CANTERBURY TABLES  Chaucer  THE DEVILS, Dostoyasky,1  THE ILIAD, Hprnpr  LETTERS FROM A STOIC  ::������������:;������������ Seneca 77  ANNA KARENIN, Tolstoy  m  :,7.;^7777,,7.777  ORIME GREENAWAY  AND THE CONSERVATIVE TEAM  will remove th�� 11% - Salm Fcoc  on Buifcffng Materials.  ittfaggH  feW^fcg^bteteiteiBB  b Thousands will drown . . .  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  ,     Wednesday, July 3; 1974  'bii't.ibe a statistic.;: ,  practice water safety  CANADA has more than 30,000 -miles of  7 Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic coastlines  and more than 290,000 ��� square miles of  freshwater, lakeland rivers.  .Because of its unequalled waters, Canadians have always had a strong calling  to "go, down'to* the *&ea." The Canada  Safety Council" estimates that - in -1974  close to five million Canadians will rtake  to tthe waters, for recreation and relaxation, in over 1.5' million, water craft of  every size  and description.  Many wilL.t^jventuring out for the ���  first time while others are experienced  "salts" ��� who have mastered the art - of  seamanship. Unfortunately, each * year  1,000 do' not return���they liecome drowning statistics. ,  The large majority of these accidents  will be the result of three basic causes:  1. Lack of knowledge or skill���people ,  who do not know, the risks involved or  who are not sufficiently skilled to cope.  2. Physical or mental incapability���fa-  .tigue" handicapped, overexertion or over  indulgence of alcohol or drugs.  3. Improper attitude���the-dare devils  and show-offs, or.the experienced who  become "blas'e. < .    _  ' The boat owner is responsible for the  safety of a^l passengers. He must see "to  . it that bis craft is not over loaded and  that it is. powered according to recom- "  mendations. His passengers must conduct  themselves properly when under way  and a ministry of .transport approved life  jacket must be carried aboard for each  person. In small craft,/he should insist  that the jackets be worn at all times,  especially where children are concerned.  Weather forecasts should,- be obtained,  before venturing out. The "s k i p p e r"  should familiarize himself with local  water conditions, markers and buoys, and  know the -rules of the road. He should be  conversent with the manufacturer's recommendations for the craft.  In every sport, the proper way is the  safe way. Listed below are some more  of the DO's and DON'Ts:  DO:  ���Head for the nearest safe anchorage  or landing when a storm threatens and  avoid the temptation to "buck it".  ���Carry one life jacket for each person  on board.  ���'Assist any fboat in distress. ^The waving in a vertical circular motion, of a  piece of light colored material or a  light by night is a distinctive distress  signal.  ���Slow down when .passing dredges or  water where divers may 'be working.  ���Slow down when making sharp turns,  and in bad weather.  ���Slow down when passing row boats  and canpes, especially in narrow waters,  ���Learn the rules of the road and prac  tice'them.  ���When operating at night, carry a few'  red flares in av water tight container;  the red flares .used on railroads are ef-  ���  ficient and inexpensive.  .     .    '    '  ���Keep the bilges of the boat clean, free  of oil, gasoline and rags, etc. and vent -  any enclosed areas into the open air.^_  ���Check your battery and its ventilation.  '���Obey  the  regulations    regarding   fire  precautions    and    fire    extinguishing,  -   equipment.  ���Carry an anchor and sufficient length,  of good cable, rope or chain���at least  five times the average anchorage depth.  Make sure the other end is secured  to the boat. '        \  ���When engaged in extended cruising,  carry the latest corrected charts and  related publications.  DONT:  ���Stand up or change seats in.a small  boat, particularly when a boat is fully  loaded. If necessary, crouch low and  keep the weight on the boat's center-  line, holding on tp both gunwales.  ���Stand up' when starting an outboard  motor.  ���Operate near( swimmers.  ���Mix liquor and boating. (Boat operating  ���   and car operating -punishments for in- '  fractions are exactly the same for impaired driving and all other Criminal  Code offences.)   v  ���'Use a leaky or poorly built boat.  ���'Cruise fast enough to create a dangerous swell when near small boats.  ���'Leave your steering wheel or tiller unattended when under way, especially in  harbours, anchorages and narrow channels.  ���Throw garbage overboard.  ���Sound" your horn or use the spotlight  unnecessarily.  ���Wait until the latest minute to signify  your intentions of obeying the rules  of the road.  ���Anchor, close  to other  boats.,  ���'Cruise at high speed in or near anchorages  or  harbpurs.  ���Attempt to swim ashore if your boat  capsizes or is swamped. Hang on to  the boat until you are picked up.  ���'Be a show-off.  . Unless concerted efforts are initiated'  by all Canadians, the tragedy of death,  pain and property damage will worsen  in an already sad situation.  If you have a yen to be nautical, do  it in' the safe way. Enroll in a power  squadron course when possible and learn  the bends and hitches.  Let's all try and practice some of the  do's and dont's. Maybe, in this manner,  none of our names will appear in the  obituary column of- this newspaper and  we will not assist in making this year's.  1,000  Rod'n Reel  ���by Brian Baker  IT,.WAS  very  gratifying' to - watch the,  interest that boaters' and sport fishermen showed on Saturday evening when a  small boat burst into flames in Gibsons  harbor. . T     "  The . two occupants  were. picked .up  minutes after jumping to the safety" of  ���the  water   by   boaters   racing  to  their,  rescue. , ,   .  One boat attached a line to the burning craft and-towed it to the Canadian  ' Coast Guard  cutter Racer, standing by  in deeper water to quench the very stubborn flames.  I think this was a true show of respect  and sportsmanship to another person in  trouble on the water and deserves a very  big thank you from all boaters using the  coastal waters.  With the long weekend just over, I  am' hoping -for. some good, news as to  where the salmon have been hiding. We  sports fishermen are not alone-, in this  quest. I have talked to several commercial  fishermen and they, too, are having trouble finding our finny friends.  Most of the local fishermen know the  importance of the tagging operation being  carried on by the .department of the environment fisheries" service. For those  visiting anglers that do not, the fisheries  have marked and tagged salmon from  several spawning rivers in the area and  the USA.  These fish have the adipose fin clipped  off and a small coded wire tag inserted in  the cartilage of their nose. This tag tells  where and when the fish was released and  you can help very much by turning in the  head of any fish missing an adipose fin  to the local marina where you are.  Although there is a reward' for heads  with  tags, I think the most important  object to keep in mind is the results of  1  this study and the. impact it will have on  our future fishing.  Till next week, "practice water safety,  it may save your life". Good fishing.  Boating and  Fishing Tips  PRESENTED BY  s  I  havo ro-locntod promises to KENT ROAD, off  FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD, Madoira Park.  ftmimmmmmmmmmtmmmm/mrtmmiftirimmiMnmrmmn  MERCURYUND  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  BALANCE YOUR LOAD  Have you ever followed a  weaving trailer down the road and  there wasn't any cross wind?  Chances are it was loaded Improperly.  Every vehicle, whether it is a  car, truck, trailer, or big motor-  home, will handle well under  loaded conditions if the load is  balanced.  A trailer has a gross vehicle  weight 'which means the r total  weight of the vehicle plus the load  it will carry. This gross weight  should be marked on a tag located  openly somewhere on tho vehicle.  ' It will also be listed; In your  owner's manual along with the  maximum weight, of the load you  can carry aboard, This maximum  should not bo exceeded.  If' you're using a pick-up truck  camper, a motorhomc ,or a mlni-  motorhomc, the weight of, all tho  passengers you enrry must be figured into the load.  When you stnrt loading, It will  not *.ecm like you're putting much .  into your trailer, but It doesn't'take  m\nch to equal several hundred  pounds (if weight, Our camping  trailer, for example, will carry a  maximum of 500 pounds, our bont  and trailer 350 pounds.  , Wo first thought this was" a lot  of weight but wo soon found that  it' was ycry easy to ovcrlotul our  rig and, to get tho load nil out of  klltcr7,     ' " ' 777""*7 7"'7"'  Why? There are many things  we take for granted In terms of  weight and b'nliinco,  The water tnnk holds 10 anions of water, At �� weight of B,33  , pounds per gallon, Hint equals H3  nnd a third pounds just In lho  wnfer tank. Sinco our water tnnk  Is located on lho left sldo of our  trailer behind the nxlc, we try to  balance this load on tho left with  nn equal nmount of weight on tho  tight sldo, We try to get ns much  of our load centered over the nxlo  ns possible,  Just In front of tho axle on tho  left In our trailer Is iho lco box,  "Thcrfirst time wolondcd nrwc  , paid little attention lo Its weight.  Wc only put n few pounds of ment  and fresh vcgetnhlcs in it, Wc didn't  tako lho time to tl\|nk about tho  20-pound block of lco thnt went In  to keep things cool. We do now.  If n heavy item goes In front  of tho nxlc, homcililng of similar  weight, must ,go. behind iho nxlo,  Otherwise, the tongue weight of  the Irnllcr Is nffccicd.    MOTOCROSS TROPHY winners lined Steve Hayward, Rick Jacobson, Hugh  up recently with their motorcycles Duffy, Mark Gray, Dennis Gray "and  arid trophies.  Pictured   from left: Dean Gray: Not present when photo  Evan Gray, Grant Starrs, Owen Mc- was taken is 250 cc   senior rider  Fetrjdge, Lance Gray, John Duffy, Allan Duffy.  Popular sport . . .  'oast motorcyclists  Ting home hardware  Ladies' Golf  ���by The Everyday Golfer  LADIES   day   golf:   Throw  out  tournament���18 hqtes:   Ann  DeKleer;  nine  holes; Moira Clements 1st; Edna Fisher  2nd; pin round won by Vera Munro.  LOOAL motorcyclists are bringing home  ���trophies from various provincial motocross events.  The boys are becoming familiar figures at trophy presentations at tracks in  Qrand Forks, Williams Lake and Kelowna,  Lower Mainland and Victoria Island.  Motocross is one of - North America's  fastest-growing sports and draws large  crowds of competitors as well as spectators.  A track is 'being built in the Gibsons  area and Canadian Motorcycle Association certification is planned. This will  bring senior and expert riders from  many parts of the country. It is hoped  that suitable property can be found in  the Sechelt area so that boys from there  will have a place to train, organizers'  . told The Times.       " .  "One event we don't have representation in is the powder puff or girls' racing which are also becoming most popular," said a spokesman.  C__-___4._rt       AT LLOYD'S $T6RE  OtUQlO       GARDEN BAY, B.C.  (TUT *.;_-.   CANADIAN HANDCRAFTS  JVllS ARTWORK  PINDUI   HAMOUH, ��.C. GIFTS  Open 7 Days a Week: 10:30 to 5:30  KRISTIN KRIMMEL: WEAVER  jjin3��TSJj"ffi.!*g^ ��  VOTE  Progressive Conservative  LORNE GREENAWAY  The B.C.,Branch of the Western Canada Lottery invites service  clubs, pharitable groups and similar non-profit organizations to become  ticket agents for the .Western Lottery.  It can mean as much as 35% of the revenue from ticket salos for a  project in which you're engaged. And personal bonuses for your members.  Tickets for this, the first of four annual draws, goon sale July 15th..  To apply for ticket agents status call 387-5311. Or contact the Provincial  Government Ageirt in your area. Or fill out dnd mall the coupon below.  Ticket sales close for the first draw 'Oh Oct, 9th 1974, The  preliminary draw will bo held Oct. 23rd.  First Prize  $250,000  Second Prize  $100,000  Third Prize  $50,000  FB^e Prizes at $25,000       $125,000  1,900 Prices at $100  $190,000  SeBBers' Prizes at 5%  $ 35,750  'TCtaB;PrizeFia��lci  $750,750*  W' __________________________%   \___________\_\_____________\__\   _______________________________%   BQM   HHfl ' HI    HE9   IffiM    |Qg    Bffil    B99    B39I    _______!____!    R|    ��3fi9    BBBM    HWW   1B9M   IffiSH   H8N   BSBI   MUM    HMM    _BWW    fefiB    MWi   IMS!  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"' '; 7'4  The ladies report that all' the baking  wassold'fast andtsny-of the pocket books  left over will be kept for tone next sale.  Also .a thank-you goes, to ,those who were  . unable to Tbake tout-put a.donatioh-in. ,0  - Our .carpenters- are still, "busy at' the  arena. The brightly colored washrooms  "have had the vanities' built in..A bit more  carpentry, and a few .more coats of paint  on the walls and-we .will'be "yelling for  - the plumbers to get going:-'' ������ 7^, - !  Last column I mentioned - how good  the work parties, were during the week-  nights. I write my column on a Thursday  night and last Thursday apparently no  one showed up. I sure hope-some; have  .made it tonight; ].���'''���"  , Second coats of paint are on a lot of  the downstairs walls now, just two walls  not" finished that: the! paint hasn't <some  for yet AH the masking has been done  upstairs so there is some painting thai  can be done up there. We can't.finish it  all because of the- fact the carpenters are  still using the upstairs to do their car.  pentry in, but" a' fewjniore willing.peopU  at a few more work parties and we can  get a,lot done.,    7 '     .       '   ,' - "  Most, of the inside doors, are hung'and  are waiting for the primer coat and then'  two more coats of-paint.    -  The last of the cement was poured  last week' and,now the last of the planking is being-put in over the end of the  pipes. Now that the cement is poured we  can also' put in ithe last section of 'bleachers.  ��� n  Dune Roberts' started painting, our advertising sdgns. .--. ��� ��� ��� ���'        y  -  If anyone hasn't been approached by  the advertising committee and you are.  interested in having .your business advertised, ' contact  Frode Jorgenson or Jim  Matheson about this.  Much of the prime space has already  been spoken for on a first come, first  served basis. So now is the time to' contact this poommittee if you have not already done so. These ads are taken out  on a three-year contract.    "  May I also mention the comment,in  last week's paper about the village clerk  commenting on the fact that the arena  will not be used year roundT As long as  our revenue will cover expenses to keep  the ice in year round, the arena will be  in'use year round. .Have you not heard  of hockey school,' Mr. Sutherland?  Also, the main banquet room will be  in use continually as well.' We are building a huge, beautiful building, and you  don't spend money on that type of facility to let it sit idle for part of the year.  Parting thought! If all our interested  sightseers were debenture holders, we'd  have 1,000 debentures sold. You've come,  you've looked, you can see for yourself  what 'we are building, so go out and buy-'  a debenture. If it isn't for your own kids;"  buy one so the neighbors' kids wUl have  your support. "��� .  Isn't that what life is all about? We  are building for future 'generations, that's  how" the world keeps going, and- people  that knock these things are the first to  scream when "kids go wrong." Maybe  some people think we give the kids too  much, but don't forget, if you loolc back  you will realize that your parents gave  you more than they ever had.  These things are a fact of life, and in  ' a few more generations kids will be handed1 life on a silver platter the minute they  are born. We aren't trying to hand them  silver platters now, just an'ice arena,  and is that too big a sacrifice for.the kids?  LANGDALE ELEMENTARY pupils .  who won Canada fitness awards are  pictured on the last day of school,  June 27. Back row, from left, Steve  Hart, David Douglas, Neil Fraser,  Geoff>_ Moore, Fred Verhulst, Blair  Head, I)on Park, Doug   Jamieson,  Summer vacation here  st week was awards  r-'iT-^T" r.  nitwmv ja' ..-i">' w .'^w'gfe^'^.H.gfe;^  Use "Your Privilege!  . . and vote July 8th  tfiir*i^iMlr��to*.iaaWi^��*Wi��Wl<��^W^  NOW also CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  .'' Rates    '  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 ;��� 805-2528  885-2151 evenings  by Kathleen Yull  PENDER HARBOUR���Summer holidays!  v I. remember when they used' to last  almost. forever; a series of long long  days, forever sunny, full of possibilities,  ���that seemed to go on and on���until sud- .  denly it was fall fair time "and with a  shock one realized that the- lazy, - busy  days were over for another year.  From all reports, the last week of  school at Madeira Park Elementary was  a great start for the vacation "months. ���  ���Lord Jim's. Resort kindly made their  heated swimming pool and sauna available to the students, and swimming instruction was provided by Valerie Reid,  Verne Wishlove and Wilma Thompson.  Verne, says the school was most .grateful  for this cooperation from the resort operators, which put at its disposal .a facility  ��� at couldn't'hope to provide'cxtherwise. ���'; -���  Youngsters from grades 3 and 4 enjoyed a day of outdoor education at  Homesite Creek and the grade 5 class had  an overnight camping expedition to Ruby  Lake. But the big event was awards day  on Thursday.  Lhevinne Talento and Paul Phillips  were named top girl and top 'boy, respectively, in the graduating olass, and Lhevinne also took ithe academic award. Billy  Knutson received the achievement award,  and Sandra Morrow the one for art; and  Kim Smail, Margaret Prest, Bob Kdbus,  and Billy Knutson were awarded1 service  crests. In sports, awards were made to  Yvonne Campbell, Mokie Sterloff, Margaret Prest, Kelly Reid, Lhevinne Talento,  Mike Thompson, Brian Scoular, Todd  Mair and Paul Phillips.  In Mr. Rees* grade 6 class, Ruth Rae  won top academic honors, Andrew Fletcher received 'the achievement award, and  Glenn Crichton and Bob Mercer service  awards. Terry Reid was tops in art; In  sports, Glenn Crichton, Billy Peters, Dana  Bosch, Kellei Page, Earl Antllia, Toni  Kraft, Violet Bilclk, Jennifer Wilcox,  Tracey Houghtallng, Ian Campbell, Rae  Harris, Ruth Rae and Glen Brown.  Riccoh Talento' ,won the academic  award in grade 5. Heather Brown was  honored for' achievement in mathematics,  Allan Stlflltz in reading, and David Hall  In,LA; Patti Reid, Anne Crowther, and  Bertha Sandford took service awards, and  Lisa Garrison the art award, In sports,  Corrccn Brown and Allan Stlglitz won the  honors.  There were four pupils whp received  academic awards in grades 3 and 4���Danny Rcld, Bruce Hermon and Wendy Lco  (grade 4), and David Gibson (grade 3).  Jay Ranclcr waa tops in art, Dana Bosch  in sports, Hazol Reid (grade 4) and Mel,  inda Potcra (grade 3) In achievement, and  Leanne Cloy and Cheryl Kobus in service,  For grades 2 and 3, there were the  following awards: Art,_ Evan Gough ond  Michael Morrow; (.ports, Cam Campbell  and Steven Prescesky; academic, Rogene  Talento (another one of that family!),  , Jody Bomford and Jeremy Thompson;;  servico, Lee Ann Tromblay, Janet Pollock, Teresa Clayton, Donald Merkel,  Karen StlgUtz, and Susan Wilkinson; ac*  hlevenient, Colleen Jensen and Deleft  Haa'se,' ��� ' 7"  Mrs, Talento'a grade 1 class recognized  I Troy Clayton and Leallo, Andejtaon for  academic excellence, (Simon Thompson for  achievement, Den Crosby for art and nlso  Denise Hart, Michelle.Rhodes, Deb- -outstanding; Mike Sutherland topped'the  bie McDonald, Glenda Powell, Chris-    junior boys, Jerry Mercer the senior boys,  tine McFhee, Angela. Grafton. Mass- ;"and Cecil* Girard the seai��' j**;       -  ;���� ��,.��. d���,ii e���i7���;���,u   mw t?��i_q,_,  '       Kristi Larson was named best junior  ing are Paul Schwmdt. Mike Fyles,, ^ ta ^jktfball. Ricky Merkel best jun-  Marion Passmore. for boy, Cindy Harris best senior girl, and  ��� ��� -     ' Jerry  Mercer top. senior boy.  Twenty-  four students took part,in -the tennis  tournament, with Leon Prescesky achieving the top position for boys and Rosemary Malcolm for girls.  The Frances Fleming Trophy for top  athletic, achievement went to Cecile Girard, and the Bernie Vallee Cup to Doug  Barsaloux. In house competition, Doug  Kammerle and Audrey Prescesky were ,  top all round participants.'  .'-   7.  As a finale; the graduating displomas  were presented by supt. R. R. Hanna.  EGMONT  The little school at Egmont has had  a total enrolment of only 13 this year, but  the number hasn't been'unlucky for these  kids. Teacher Ron Fearn said -they've"  been enjoying their last 'schooldays of  the current academic year, too. They've  had several field trips���up the mountain,  down to the Skookumchuk, swimming in  Waugh Lake. But the' highlight of the  year's end was Monday's trip to Vancouver. Ron took them on a tour of the  harbor, and they went aboard the S3  Beaver. -They visited. Stanley Park���the  a zoo, the train, the ponies^���and they saw  the steam train in West Vancouver.  May Howitt and Marianne'Birch will'  ���be leaving the 'little local school and going on to .complete their elementary train- '  ing in' Madeira'' _?ark school next year.  So it's all over for the'summer. Hope  , you have a wonderful holiday kids���and  a good rest, teachers.  * ��� .'���*-" - -"- ' ��� ��� ��� " ���   .". *  1                                                                                         1                                                                ,   '                              '  IIRHLfnfftKEBBB^BOBSSil                                              7 ,,              Pllli  266-/111  a^p^i^H    ��%^w&Wm$ ��� #|.^���"_^^^f ^^^7 ^^aV'ttS; I^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^M^^^^^^^^^^^Pa^^^^^^Va_PMB_^H_P_pBBMa^^^H  D         Fir npwmm^m^g^   ff/ J  E. E. (Mickey) COE  .                      a  BROWN EROS. FORD  40th and West Boulevard (opposite Korrlidalo Arena)  41 it and Granville Strert. Vancouver 13, B,C,  '   ,         !.                  .  ���             ,                           i  for perfect    attendance,. Michele    Jane ,  Murray,   Sandra  Phillips,  Lisa Higgins,.  Michele. Fulton,' Laura  MacKinnon  for  service and Ernie Carswell and Lisa Higgins for sports.  In Mrs. Silvey's kindergarten, the  academic award went' to Joanna Thompson, that for art to Ange Chew, and for  achievement, Michael Phillips, Mark Mills,  and Louisa Penson.  ���Mrs. Phillips presented library awards  to a, group of students, 'teachers and parents: Jackie Scott, Mokie Sterloff, Yvonne  Campbell, Lhevinne Talento, Kim. Smail,  Violet Bilcik/Marie Jensen, Jennifer Wilcox/ Phyllis Knutson and Mrs. Crowther.  RCMP Cpl. Bill van de Braak made  the presentation of trophies for the bike  rodeo.  Bill says he has received many calls  "from motorists stating that they have  noticed jan improvement in the way bi-  > cycles are ridden in our area since the  police-sponsored education program for  cyclists was begun this year: it is hoped  that it will be possible to carry on a si-,  milar course next year.  Van de Braak had other good things  to say about the young people in our  area. 'He feels they're an unusually fine  group. He had special praise' for the 13  graduates from the elementary school,  who managed to celebrate their changed  status without giving any trouble to the  law enforcement officers, and who, in  fact, invited him and his assistant to take  part in the celebrations.  SECONDARY  SCHOOL  June 25 was closing day at Pender  Harbour Secondary, and there was a  special program to mark the occasion.  After the singing of O Canada, and a  brief opening address by principal A, It,  Thompson, Els Zuidema gave a report  on students' cpuncll, and then It was time  for presentation of awards.  'Honor pins for academic achievement  were presented to Pat Davie, Rick Kobus,  Cindy Merkel, James Northrup, Audrey  Prescesky, and Els Zuidema of the grade  12 graduating class, In grade 11 they went  to Eva Dubois, Maureen Cameron and  Rosemary Malcolm; in Grade 10 to Kelly  Barabash, Mike Kammerle, Susan Rae,  and Valerie, Reid; Grade 9, Sheila Harris,  David Hyatt, Martin Knutson,  Martina  , Phillips and Sheila Scoular; and in grade  0 to Nancy Cameron, Sandra Hall Ernio  Kingston, Starr Manton, Merrldith Porter,  and Debbie Robson.  , Scholarship pins were presented by  Mr. Thompson to June Crosby, Cindy Ed" .  munds, and Darnell Gcrick In tho grade  12 class; Mary Cameron and Donclda  Hyatt, in grade 11; Jim Cameron, Susan  McCrlndlo and Marjory MacKay in grade  10; and to Russell Cameron, Kathy Lloyd,  Jesper Lundln, Sharon MacKay, and Tony  . Potta In grado 0.  Mr, and Mrs. Norman Klein presented  tho Mlchnol Klein Trophy to Cecile Girard, French prizes were awarded to Susan  Rao, grndo 10; Sheila Scoulnr, grade 0;  and Sylvia Richardson, grade 8, Mr,  Talento made' the  grand, master chess  .award to Russoll Cameron, tho master to  Jcspcr Lundln, and tho novice to Peter  Fritz,    On tho- basis of classroom behavior  nnd ability to cooperate with others, Ernio  Kingston, Krlstl Larson, Sheik' Scoular,  Jim Cameron, Kelly Barabaah, Cathy  Brown, Brian Rold, Mary, Cameron, Eva  Dubois and Jamoa Northrup received ci- '  tlzonshlp accolades. Others who qualified���>  for tho citizenship awards, but who havo  given oven more to the school on tholr  olwn tlmo were Hank Sundqulat, Bobbl  ,,��Rcld, Joka.Zuidema,. Jerry .Mercer,, Leon -  Prescesky, Els Zuidema, Cindy Edmunds,  ,and Cecile GlrartU Mr. Cross presented  the Michael  Phillips service award to  Audrey Prescesky,  In sports, outstanding contributions  wear�� made, by Leon* Colebank and Henry  Suwlqulst,Jn tho Junior ago,group, and  by Cecile Girard and Doug Barsaloux  in tho senior, The Seaside Plumbing Tro*  phy was won by Bruco Gorlck, for running the ROD 'metro and! obstacle races after recent purgcry, In girls' basketball,  Sheila Harris, Juynda    Dubois,  Barbara  1  i  i  i  i  I  I  i  JOHNSON AND EVINRUDE  . Phone for appointments  O MARINE SUPPLIES �� E-Z LOADER TRAILERS  !���&��� IJVi-fff. Full C��inper Top  2 Paddles, 2 Fenders and Tie Ropes  85 h.p* Johnson,  ���>   $4,495  Lund 16 ft. Bowrider,  . .   85 h.p. Johnson, Installed!  Ideal boat for fishing, water skiing ond pleasure riding  $4,195  &i!0H8OKO!^^  Ii     ' it.  .m.. .Mgt.  New breweel in, British Cblwiiihia  Carl.iborg Im?. long boon tho world's nioM exported Lager boor, Now  Cnrlfiborg, the glorious bot-r ol' Co|H'i)li.igoii, h brewed right here  In DrUish Columbia. Anil bocaMho It's now .brewed hero, you can ,  enjoy Cnrlsbo,rg fresh from the Brewerv,  ,   Carlsberg 7 , .brewed with .ill tho skill .ind 'tradition of Denmark to  tho taste of Canadian boor drinkers, Discover Carlsberg for yotirsoll'. usic teacners atte  Page A-8         The Peninsula Times    Washington State meet . . ."  Wednesday, July 3, 1974 ���7 r��� ���  -������������������-���i   '    ' . ��ssi ��B*. '   ���    ���  Port Melon auxiliary  holds final meeting  PORT MELLON-^Lastmeeting - of the-  season.was held recently by the Port  Mellon Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  Thirteen members attended, the meeting, which was held at the home of Rita  Hincks. Mrs. Franklin was welcomed as,,  a ifew member'.  Sale of tickets for the Save the Orpheum campaign- ds going well, it was  reported. Some 'books still'have not been  turned in.. Tickets are available from any'  auxiliary member.  Arrangements, were made for volunteers to man the thrift and gift shops during July and .August. .  A tea will be held in .the fall, with a  petit point footstool as first prize in the  raffle.  MRS. Mary Brooke of Halfmoon Bay and  Mrs. Cliff Gilker of Roberts. Creek  .had a most interesting visit to Spokane  last week to attend the 197.4 Assembly  pf the Washington State Music Teachers*  Association. It was a.wonderful experience, they agreed, filled with ��ood music.  There were audition'recitals given by  young .people' between the ages of 13  and 18, and particularly interesting were  the young composers' recitals with stud- - ��� ing in one. of the dorms and eating in  ents from primary and elementary grades  , the campus dining room.  '    r  Seattle/who presented some of his-stu- .���  dents;in an1 informal workshop, type of ,  performance. It included some fascinating -  mandolin music presented by the Mandolin Society of Seattle. A'Vivaldi'concerto ,  was played by Douglas Rice on the guitar \  accompanied by two, mandolins, one man- ���  dola and one mandocello. 5  -   Mrs. Brooke and' Mrs. Gilker stayed at  Whi'tworth College for the assembly, liv-  up to senior grades all playing their own  compositions,    ,   , ,   -,      ',  ' Ah outstanding performance was given by a pianist, William Doppman. Another recital of special interest was given  by a classic guitarist, Douglas Rice from  Happenings around the Harbour  WE'VE had quite a series of unfortunate  accidents in the Harbour area since  I  last  reported.  Mike Gough was injured at the sorting  grounds of Doug Fielding's service, in  Jervis Inlet, when- his clothing became  caught in the' 'boom auger. The clothes  twisted around his body and forced his '  head in between the coupling and where  it joins the rig, and Mike was lucky to  escape with his life. His injuries were  extensive, especally those to his head, but  he managed to turn off the machine before any real permanent damage was  done. He was flown from Earl's Cove to  the hospital in Sechelt, and is making  good progress,' although he is still suffer-.  ing from shock.  ��� Another lucky young man is Doem  Bosch, who had an accident with a chain  saw while.performing his duties for the  parks branch at Princess Louisa Inlet  a week, ago Thursday.  The saw which he. was operating  jumped while 'he was bucking a windfall,  and flipped over, seriously cutting his  right forearm from the" elbow ��� to the  wrist (luckily Doern is left-handed). The  good luck comes- in because, although the  cut was" a very serious one, it did not  break the 'bone or sever tendons; however, the muscle is badly lacerated. After  extensive stitching and a few days' rest  in  hospital,  Doern   is  home  again   in  - Egmont and fast recuperating.  Mr. Munro at the Penderosa Store in  Garden Bay tokTme of the third accident,  this one involving Harvey Wright. Wright  suffered head injuries "(fortunately no  concussion) and bruises in a fall at his  home on Sinclair Bay Road.  Munro attempted to summon the ambulance, tout was frustrated by difficulty  in getting the long distance call through.  Although this occurred before the telephone strike, there was a period of at  least 15 minutes when the injured man  needed help and his rescuer was forced  to spend valuable time struggling, to  complete his call. Finally, a. stretcher was  made and it was planned to get the injured' man to hospital in a station wagon;  but at last the call was completed. Ross  and Jean were right on the ball, as usual,  and got him into hospital 'by ambulance  without further delay. He, too, is expected  ���to make a good recovery.  Also in the last couple of weeks, Ed. ���  Bixiby, a new landowner in the area, died  suddenly on his property on Nelson Island. Bdxfby's home was in Mexico, and  he recently bought the Larson property  on the island, planning to spend his summers here and his winters in his native  land.  However, after about ten days' resid-  - ence on the newly acquired property, he  suffered a heart attack. This was Saturday morning, and a plane was summoned  to rush him to hospital in Vancouver.  However, he died en route. His daughter  flew in from Chicago and brought other  members of the party back to Madeira  Park, and removed the dead man's per-,  sonar effects. Mr. Bixby; had several  friends in our area, including the Don  Lockcs.  THERE'S GOOD NEWS /  '." After delivering all that unpleasant'  news, I feel a little 'like the CBC an-  nouhcers on the National must do at the  end of their program. But happily there  has been .good news in tho Pender Harbour area too. School's out for one thing  ���more about that elsewhere in this issue,  tho tourist 'business has started, des$te  the uncooperative weather; and -there are  lots of fish being caught.'".  The first of the big ones reported to  mo were caught by George Sickav,lslhr-  two dandles: tout it wasn't long before  I heard of an even larger one���34VS. libs,  ���caught by Dr, Balanko in Bargain Harbour. Ancl since then there have been  rcporla of many imoro largo salmon 'being  ' taken,  Horo  wo  are,  into  July:  and  that  p^*��menn8*electlon^day��lsufast-*'approachln^'<''  Myrtlo  Page has  asked me to adviso  Mrs. Brooke travelled by train which  was" enjoyable except for one unfortunate  .incident. On the way home, on Sunday^  night, she waited for the train at Spokane  from' 9:30' p.m. 'to 4 a.m. It had apparently been delayed by a bridge washout  in Montana. Her frustration was not appeased when the train did eventually arrive to find that her reserved bedroom  had been allocated to another passenger.  Mrs. Brooke and Mrs. Gilker stopped  for a look at Expo on the way home and  that the voting station for the Madeira    report that it is wonderfully well organ-  Park area is at the Community Hall. For    ized.  the Egmont  area���Electoral District 83 ������ t- ; ��� :���   _,    "  ���it is the Egmont Community Hall; for, . ��� Tact is the art of building-a fire under  District 85^-Oarden Bay area���athe poll- people without making their blood boil  ing station is at Pender Harbour Motel;   RJ^^Wi,,^^_^^  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  and for District 86���-Francis Peninsula��� * tfm^*mM*^^y_yy^-:  it is the home of the returning officer,  Jessie Rietze. Jessie lives on the Francis  Peninsula   Road,  just  beyond  Warnock  Road on the left  as one  is travelling  away from Highway 101.  . Scuba  divers  will  be  interested  to  know that it is now possible to have their ,  ���air tanks refilled here in Madeira Park,  since Coho Marina has installed a compressor. If you're interested in this sport,'  I understand iit is possible to get intruc-  tion in the skills involved���classes' are  held in the pool at Lord Jim's Resort initially, with final lessons in Porpoise Bay.  The name of the instructor is Ross Land  VOTE  Progressive Conservative  LORKSE GREEWAWAY  aiByi:''wi.aaMW��i��iea aa��-ij-uiwi��a8  COAST CHII��OTlN BEST  Jack Pearsall, Liberal candidate for this Federal Riding of Coast  Chileotin, campaigns with the enthusiasm of a young man who realizes that no single Member of Parliament Is going to set the House  on fire, but is nevertheless determined to do his bit to help restore  strong leadership' to Canada.  First come the "home" issues, declares Pearsall . . . "the' problems  of the man on the street." Something has to be done about the cost  of living and runaway prices. The consumers have the power to control prices, if they can be given the leadership.  Pearsall, intimately knowledgeable about the scattered riding, ���  which he has criss-crossed many times, is known in every town and  settlement through his capable activity as Federal Returning Officer  for the past six years, He is concerned! with the smaller towns and  communities that, have seen, little of,their, M,P7 "Regardless of the  size of the Riding, the person who serves the riding must "live" within  its boundaries as often as possible to properly represent his, constituents," states Pearsall. "I am tired of hearing the handy excuse that  Coast Chileotin is too large to serve properly." 7  7 He agrees with the increasing comlplalnts about the abuses of the  Unemployment Insurance service and feels that equity and fairness  can be restored to what is basically a necessary social service for  deserving Canadian working people.  Born to a pioneer Vancouver family, PeorsaU has spent Ms Nfo  in British Columbia, and the past 34 years In the Powell River area,  where he moved after his discharge front the army medical corps,  He is married, with two daughters ond son, is senior payroll clerk at  the Powell River Division of MacMillan Bloedel, a lob, which keeps  him in daily, contact with typical working British ColHmbiam.    ,  Constant involvement with community' activities took Pearsi.il  through offices In Scouting, St. John Ambulance Association, BPO  Elks, Library Boards, Church and Political Groups, Ho Is presently  a director of the, B.C. Heart! Foundation, and of tho Powell River  Citizenship Council, as well ns serving as Peoples', Warden with St,  David's Anglican Church. ,(  ON JUVt 8th ~ VOTE LIBERAL  7,_.^  Bankof Montreal  REMEMBER OUR LITTLE AD IN THE REAL ESTATE SECTION OF THIS PAPER  OVER THE PAST MONTHS OFFERING TO LEND VO U MONEY? WELL, WE  SHOULD NOW LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO LEND US MONEY.  We aro paying oxtromoly high interest rates on deposits now and would be  vory happy to discuss the best plan for you.  Did you know that If you dopooltod your children's Family Allowance choquo  of $20.00 monthly at 0%% In 6 years you would havo $1,482.00?  "���'"U" ���" ""*" ', K"~ -~~-^--t���~~~ ��� ""' ~- " -��--���-������;���:--.-������.���--���������- ��� p.���^g�����  6 yoars...  $1,482.00 $1,200.00 $282.00  10 yoars  $3,767.00 s $2,400.00 $1,367.00  16 yoars ...,,.,,..,.,,,,.,..,���..,,,,. $7,247.00\      ^^&^M^, $3,647.00  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON.  Gibsons; 886-2216 Sechelt: 885-2221        Madeira Park: 883-2718  >"  gat'^w^ft!^^^^^  ^wjpys"?^  ssi  2_p..3a��*��rM^-S  ASK FOR FREE GATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  i-X.  RHONE' (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  ftG.ENCI.ES-LTD.  BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  (E: & O.E.)  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  SELMA PARK - RADCLIFFE ROAD #3-190  High up view lot, 80x125', looks ^above other lots to water view.  Minimal - clearing.  Serviced-hydro,  water  & cable T.V.  Asking  $14,900. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  GRANTHAMS WATERFRONT #2-2-997  ��� View house to rent year round and cottage on the beach. Warm,  swimming and good moorage. Handy for commutting by speedboat  from  Fisherman's Cove. Leasehold  17 years on present  lease.  $35,000 terms available. Jack Warn, 886-2681, eyes.  , SELMA PARK - CUTE & COZY #17/13-201   ,  Two bedroom cottage, completely remodelled w/>w rugs throughout,   .  1 4 piece coloured plumbing, elec. heat. Small fenced yard, good    ',  garden. Lovely view. Economical retirement. F.P. $18,500. C. R.  Gathercole, 886-2785.  GIBSONS (near Sunnycrest) #5-3-198  Level cleared corner lot (65x120') on  Davis Road,  handy to  '  schools and7other amenities.  Proposed park nearby, fine,new  homes oil around. Might be on sewer line soon. $12,000 F.P.  Jack White, 886-2935 eves.,  "34 ACRES - VIEWh '    L#3-153  ���.   4 bedroom home, 2 cabins, new barn, chicken and goat sheds, on   ���  7 34 acres. Selectively cleared, southern exposure, wide angle, view.  ' Road frontage on 3 sides. An exceptionally fine property. $90,000  .  down on full price of $170,000. Try your offers. Lee R. Brown,  885-2235 (24 hrs).  MINI-HOBBY-FARM WEST SECHELT '" #3-215   .  Get into this and beat the high cost of living, have your own cows,  pigs, and chickens, plus vegetable garden. Come back, to where it  is peaceful. This mini-farm has an older 3 bedroom housp plus  a 16x12' cabin and a 28x32' barn, ahd a 20x50' equipment shed,  and workshop. "4% acres approximately cleared dnd fenced with  a small orchard in one comer. F.P. $65,000. terms. Pat Murphy,  -    '        885-9487.  PEACE & QUIET ,#1V3;.9.  On a lazy side road off Lower Roberts Creek Road a 70x111' lot  not far from beach access. This dead end road has water & hydro  available. You will like this country lot.  F.P.   $11,000.  Robt  Kent, 885-9461  eves.  WEST SECHELT - LARGE TREED LOT #3-197  Get seclusion, view & trees, on this lot 119x320*. Water & hydro.  Excellent for a designed home of your choice, in this choice aredJ  Asking price $22,500, a single lot goes for minimum $12,000.  Peter Smith, 885-9.463 eves.  GIBSONS RURAL ' #6-3-154  ' Over 8 acres, Ya jn grass, rest in weell developed trees with  ���  stream thru'.  Frontage on two roads. Village water. Terms on  $38,000. Jack Worn, 996-2681  eves.  \GIBSONS - RETIREMENT OR STARTER #5/13-181  -Attractive single bedroom cottage, propane furnace, stone fireplace. Situated on quiet Franklin Road, one block from beach.  Choice, level fenced lot-on sewer. The house is shabby but full  price of $19,000, provides generous allowances for renovation  by handyman purchaser. C. R. Gathercole, 886-2785 eves.  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT LOT #20T4-138  About 100' of shoreline, located at end of a little cove, close to  marina. No tide flats in "this area. Lot is level, wooded & served  bv water system, ideal for summer home. F.P. $15,000. Jack  White, 886-2935 eves.  ACREAGE - SOUTHERN EXPOSURE #3-132-  Gentle slope to this treed acreage. Land size 4.6 acres. Building  site selectively cleared. Serviced with hydro & water source indicated. There is a good view from this property. F.P.  $24,900.  7      Lee R. Brown, 885-2235 <24 hrs).  . 1  ACRE REDROOFFS RD. '^ .    #3-166  One acre of gently.'sloping land with 106' on Redrooffs Rd., and  500' in depth,, soutK westerly exposure.. Possible subdivision in -  the future. F.P, $15,000 try your offers. Pat Murphy, 885-9487  eves.  AN INFLATION HEDGE #17-3-213  Large lot 152x98' and interest at only 10 per cent. A quiet road  in the midst of activity. Havies Rd. affords the opporturijty to  the small investor to spread his purchase over 5 years with only  $3,000 down. Robt Kent, 885-9461 eves.  DAVIS BAY - LARGE TREED LOT #3-220  Lot size 72x274', great scope for a gardener, 1 % blocks to  beach. Enough alder wood for fireplace for many winters, also  some evergreens. Gentle slope & potential water view. All local  services, & on black topped road. Asking $14,000 .Peter Smith,  885-9463 eves.  GIBSONS RURAL #3-223  Seml-waterfront lot on Gower Pt. Rd. Beautiful selection of trees  on this  large view lot close  to seafront.   100x138'.   $13,500  cash. Jock Worn, 886-2681 eves.  4.6 ACRES - MASON ROAD #3-217'  Peacefullness surrounds you as you walk through the park-like  setting. Beautifully'treed. Frontage on Mason Rd, Gentle slope.  Not  In' land  freeze.  F.P.   $27,500.  Lee  R.  Brown,  885-2235  evenings.  ' VIEW LOTS PORPOISE BAY (Sunshine Heights) #3-167/1168  These 2 lots ��� offer all services with a wonderful view of the  Sechelt 'Inlet, cleared and reddy for building; 5 minutes away  from tho new arena,' and a boat breakwater Is being built to  accommodate 200 boats. Prices for those lots are $13,000 and  7 '    $14,000. Pat Murphy, 885-9467 eves.  WATERFRONT HOME - 2  BEDROOM DAVIS BAY #3-177  Charming home on 60' of the.best  waterfront' on ' the Ponlnsulq with  rustic dining room With bay window  giving a wonderful, view of Vancouver Island and tho very actlvp Georgia  Straits. Many other features. F.P,  $64,700. Pat Murphy, 885*9487.  REALLY GENTLE SLOPE TO  THE SOUTH ��� #3-170  It's all on the nicest waterfront location. Full (2 bedroom homo plus self  contained' 260 sq. ft, of bachelor  pad, and a sun deck you will truly  cn)oy, $55,000 F.IY Bob Kent,  ,     085-9461  eyes,  WEST  SECHELT o\ VIEWI  ,,VIEWI,,.YIEWL.,-.��w���:.,.,u,^lo��?.  Finest cholco of view lots anywhorol  You can just about hot your bottom  dollar wo have a vlow jocatlbn to fit  your noods, I ovon havo a lot at only  $10,000 full prlco that I fool Is my  best value published todayl Robt  Kont, 885-9461 eyes,    ,  SECRET COVE COUNTRY  ACREAGE #30-3-187  Near Jolly Roger (nn, Short trip W  Smugglers Covo. Quaint names but  an excltlnp vlow from these nearly 15  acros, ancf about 1500' of Hwy, 101  frontage, Try your full prlco offer but  wo offer terms p. $10>QOO down - balance over 20 years, put on your  hiking boots fl, wander through "arbutus country" see for yourself, Robt  Kont 805-9461  evos,  ROBERTS CREEK " #11:3-191  Level wooded lot, close to beach,' hydro & water available.1 Zoned  r    R-l. F.P. $11,000. Jack White, 886-2935 eves. -  ALL HARD WORK DON! '     '' - #17-3-210  ' Landscaped & fencing posts are in on this view lot at Selma Park.  Approx. % basement in concrete plus a house,that will do you  for years. Recently reduced to only,$24,900 (not"on reserve).  '. ' ,, i,      Bob Kent, 885-9461  eves.   '  GOING CONCERN MOTEL '��� #3-221  A busy 10 unit operation, with fine owner's quarters. On the  beach.'1 Excellent man & wife operation,' ill health forces sale. Full  details only to sincere inquiries. All in very good condition, & well  equipped, in our best'area. $50,000 cash required, carry balance  on monthly payments from revenue. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  TUWANEK- . ' ,     , #20B-3-146  Nicely situated on a view lot. here's a near-new home well built  by owner. View sundeck, big living room, two bedrooms. Driveway,  garden nicely laid out. $38,500 on terms. Jack White, 886-2935  i eves.  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK _ #3-214  Large treed view lot on Hiway  1011  In area of new homes.  200x117'. Fully serviced. Gentle slope.  F.P.  $20,500.  Lee R.  Brown, 885-2235 (24 hours).  WATERFRONT LOTS - REDROOFFS ROAD #3-136  Panoramic view of the Georgia Straits with a beautiful building  site on the Redrooffs Rd. for both lots. Steep access to beach;  there is a private road giving easier access. This road is only  "for the convenience of the lot owners and not for the general  public; drive out on Redrooffs and see the Sechelt Agencies signs  on the lots. Pat Murphy, 885-9487.  SEA VIEW HOME f ��� ,"        .     #3-216  Built to last (almost forever). This outstanding "home has a fully  concreted basement with auto oil furnace & hot water storage  tank. About 4 years old. The builder built this home to his own  high excellent standards, but was forced to move. His loss will be  your' gain when you purchase this modern home with all the  extras for only $60,000 cash on the barrel head. Buy in Sechelt  ond be sure. Robt. (Tiny Bob) Kent, 885-9461  evenings.  DAVIS BAY - LANDSCAPED - 3 BEDROOM HOME #3-182  Don't, wont stairs? Here is o fine 3 bedroom home with utility,  stone front heatilator fireplace, and a truly panoramic view of  Gulf. Washer, dryer, range & fridge, plus drapes, with sale. Priced  in low forties, and early occupancy. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  EUREKA ROAD (Sergeant Bay area) #23-3-188/218  2 lots, each for $8,000 F.P. take your pick. Level wooded land,  hydro available. Only 6 miles to Sechelt, bus nearby. Many are  building in this area, ideal for summer homes, retirement or just  plain  bushwacking.  Zoned  R-2. Jack White,  886-2935  eves.  1 BEDROOM HOME - SECHELT , #3-209  Charming older type 1  bedroom home on a % acre lot just a  short walk to the beach, shopping centre, schools. For appointment to view - Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves. F.P. $28,500 cash  or $32,000 terms.  TUKANEK SEASCAPE "~" ,   **���}���&���  Admist the dogwood forest we offer this lot - triangular - 150.  road, 123'xl73'; on road too: Water and hydro and a nice spot to  nest   your  vacation   trailer.   Wont  terms?   We'll   listen!   Try  $7500 full price. Bob Kent, 885-9461 eves.  PENDER HARBOUR - RETIRE & FISH #3-070  A good lot - close to stores & boat launch, easy easy access.  Water & hydro to line, easily cleared for building. Zoned for  mobile home, or larger type house. The price $10,000, under  half cash. 7 per cent on balance. Match ItH Peter bmitn,  .,      885-9463 eves. s ,   -  REDROOFFS ROAD (Near Welcome Beach) #26-3-184  Big lot (100x510') understood to be on local water system. Listed  for $14,000 ort terms. Try your offer. JACK WHITE, 886-2935  ' evenings.  VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK ,_ .  #3-085  This lot is cleared and ready for building your home, it has an  easterly & westerly view from the top of the lot, just drop by  '   Nestman Rd., and see the sign.  Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  F.P. $11,000,  CAN I  HELP YOU?  #20-3189  My client wants to get o sale - now!, on his lot that fronts on  an "almost" seaside location. Only the esplanade is between  'you and the waters of Porpoise Bay. May I assist you to on  equitable price? Call be Tiny Bob (or anything else) but lets  get a sale going for your sake (and mine, too). Foremost, is my  client's wish to sell! Phone 885-9461.  AN APPOINTMENT ONLY , #17-3-212  Yes It's an absolute must! Ask me the, price, then, by an inspection only will you appreciate the inherent quality & the actual  spaciousness of this truly fine ocean side home. A wde wide  view, you'll feel your floating tranquilly above the Trail Islands,  looking outwards to Vancouver Island. Please! By appointment  only. Robt Kent, 885-9461.  100 GRAND & EASY CARE' #3-110  Yes, It's a lot down, but if you have It you'll not find a better  place to put It. You will en|oy the easy core and watch the  capital appreciation grow In leaps & bounds while collecting  monthly Income. A huge home by a year round creek plus a  40x20' heated pool on roughly an acre plus nearly'5 acres ot  trailer home park featuring a present 18 sites With room to  double for expansion. F.P. $195,000 terms. Try your fuH cash  offer. Robt Keht will listen at 685-9461 or show you on our  - closed circuit T.V.  I  I  ��*!^gplfM^__l^?^-ic  ,rarfj.lia-ffff  a-  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY **-* Phone "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ~ 885-2235 (24 houw)  mnnana*nm0amanmfa*nn**n*manamm*m***a*mmmi*mm****��******''''',**n****u*  rV  EARL'S COVE FERRY &  -VIEW~tOT��� *" -#49-3-200"  Don't bo In a rush to cqtch tho  ferry, tok�� tlmo to drive In on  Jervis Inlot Road, Find my sign on tho  best darn vlow lot you'll sea for salo  with proven well and eleared-noar*  ready>to-b.jlld .or movo, your trollor  onto this virtually unobstructed vlow  of Jervis lnl��t Property, Moke your  offer, Wo osk $11,900, Robt Kent,  065-9461 ovei.  Km  EVERY MONDAY--1.45 p.m., Community Hall Roberts Crook,  ��� Elphinstone New Horizons carpet bowling, cards & films,  EVERY TUESDAY���7:30 p.m,  Secholt Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Socholt  . Ups 8, Downs) Club, Now members wolcomo.  : EVERY WEDNESDAY���8.00 p.m., Dingo, now Loglon Building, Socholt.  '  ���   '  '���' 7 ,'       (,'  EVERY WEDNERDAY���8 p.m. Introductory Lecture' on Trancondontal  EVERY THURS,���8:00 p,m,, Bingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall,  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Hoalth Contro, 1.30.3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� 1-3 p,m��� Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  Shop. Also first Saturday of each month, 10 a.m. to, 12 noon  during summor months.     '.'���,,  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 12 noon to 2 p.m., Wilson Crook Library,    '  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Llitlnp Senrlce  Vancouver  Real   Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hours)     Box 128, Sechelt, D.C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5838 Section B  Wednesday. July 3, 1974  Pogoo 1-6  JOLLY ROGER ION  secret cove.";    ;  Excellent Cuisine and-Accommodation'  11 MILES FROM SECHELT - 885-9998.  -v*-��y. ��,- , J     ^  *A a_f:Wjtt  ..���*��_ *��� ��i��4 V  <>  r  V-  s  i"- i --j. ^ " " <��� at 4  il  ,;.. a I.", v.  a       "    - f    '       ���"'    "'  ^2  ��� ��� v      '���> ft: ���  y  *  DIRECTOR Norm    Watson    of Sechelt  questioned ithe size.of the office space  for the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  -    Watson told the board directors last  .week .that too much office space was.al-  loted to some" employees.  '*I question the value of private office  space for every employee plus space for'  secretaries."  Director Lome Vfolvertion of Area P  - . said: "We had little choice���we had to  . . go that size.''   ; ���  - ,   -��� "People in the building department,  .Jar. instance, couldrhave been served' in  ''"-one office," Watsolrr replied.  "There is little likelihood the regional,  district and* its business 'will shrink, said  chairman Frank West of Area E.  - "In three years we will be probably  looking desperately for more space. The  legislature in its last session passed 183  acts���how many of those-will effect us,"  he asked.  "If we want people to work for us  ���we have to provide a standard, especially  in summer," he said. .  The building on Wharf Road in Sechelt ds, expected to be ready for occupancy by Sept. 1.  Watson told The Times that the second floor of the building which will house  the district'offices is about 2,800 square  feet compared to about 1,200 square feet  in its quarters in Davis Bay.  Seaside Plaza  upgraded soon  ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE NEW  ARTS & CRAFTS CENTRE - SECHELT  The'Sunshine Coast Arts Council wishes, to announce the opening  of a New Arts & Crafts Centre in Sechelt, at the comer of Cowrie  Street and 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 Wednes-,  day, July 17th from 1 to 4 p.m. to receive  arts and crafts for the opening on Saturday,  July 20th. Registration fees for non members  are $1.00.     ,  Please phone Mrs. Virginia Crawshaw if there  are any inquiries regarding the catalogue of  the crafts. (885-2198)  Up 61.5 pet  BUILDING values in the Sunshine Coast  Regional District to the first half of  1974 have increased 61.5 per' cent over  the same record-breaking period last  year.  Building inspector Fred Reyburn in  making his report to the board of directors of, the regional district said that  building values to the end of June totalled $5,102,700 compared to $3,160,100 during the previous half year.  This year's total to date is rivalling  last year's total of $6,887,200.  Reyburn said that in June 1974 total  permits were valued at $1,125,500 and in  May they were $1,200,500. In the corresponding periods last year building permits totalled $969,700 in May and $657,000  in June.  Breakdown of figures are as follows  with May 1974 listed first and May 1973  in (brackets: single-family dwellings, 31  (29), multi-family dwellings 0 (2), mobile  homes 4 (8), additions-alterations 7 (3),  accessory buildings 2 (4)(t7 plumbing 38  (40), commercial 3 (3).      *~ '  There were a total 85 permits issued  worth f.3es of $2,922.75 compared to 89'  and $2,723.25 in May 1973.  In June the 'breakdown follows with  comparable 1973 figures in brackets: single-family dwellings 32 (23); multUfam-  ily 0 (3), mobile homes 5 (3), additions-  alterations 6 (7), - accessory buildings 1  (1), plumbing 35 (31), commercial 0 (1).  June 79 permits raised $2,726.75 while  the comparable month in 1973 raised  $1,693.25.  Also reporting on the district's new  building, Reyburn said that it will be  ready to move'into by the first of September. The district had targeted August 1 as the move in date.  Lack of input scored .  ,   #ia , p^nit �����..���������  meetings ore urge  PLANNING committee of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District has recommended that board members meet with  highways department officials to discuss  local road systems.  This recommendation was brought to  the board by Adrian1 Stott, district planning director.  Stott, in his monthly report to the  board, said: "The local road system . . .  is now controlled . 7. by the department  of highways.  "This means tjiat not only are the  size and number of local roads determined without regional district input  hut also 'that subdivision design is to a  Highway 101 ~ GIB.SONS" - 886-9221  IMPS��!  -������ mi -���-���  PLYWOOD  ; PEOPLE'  14.Brenchet.~p~.  throughout B.C.  Head Office:  Dox 210, Surroy  LUCKY TICKET being drawn by  Lesfley Lynne is worth $1,000 to Linda  Szabo of Gibsons. Draw was latest  dn Gibsons lions 400 Club raffle.  Looking on is lions president Larry  Boyd. Lesley? is Lions Club entrant  in this year's Sea Cavalcade queen  contest.  GIBSONS���Linda  Szabo   of   Gibsons  is  $1,000 richer folowing the latest drawing of Gibsons Lions 400 Club, raffle.  Her ticket was drawn June 28 by  Leslie Lynne, Gibsons Lions entry in  this year's Sea Cavalcade queen contest.  Linda won the second of four $1,000  prizes slated to be -won during the raffle.  Gary.McDavitt won'the first at Easter..  To date, the following ticket holders  have won $100 in the raffle:  Tom Morrison, T. P. Allen,1, Dot. Rose,  Don Head, Dick Rottluff, Ron Robinson,  Gwen Havies, Capt. Tony Burton (2),  Mrs. M. Gartrell and D. Campbell.  Larry Labonte; Jim Ridgewell and  Tom Godber, Mr. Smith and Mr. Massey,  Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Masey (2), Pat Powers, Harry Robertson, Mary Strom,  William Glassford, M. Edwardson, John  Ryszitnyk, E. McPhee, M. J. Lockhart;''-  GIBSONS���Seaside Plaza on Gower Point  Road will be completely upgraded1 and  re-opened by August, according to the  building's new owner, George Giannakos.  Council recently refused to renew  business licences in the block because of  fire and health hazards.    >  Giannakos assured council's June 25  meeting that, new foundations would be  completed' by July 10, fire- escapes installed by July 31, the front exterior completed by July 31 and the new restaurant  opened by August.  He said that Funland would be moved  from the top floor of the plaza to the  second floor.  A new steak and pizza restaurant  called the Omega Steak House would be  opened in the area formerly occupied by  the Coast Inn and Helen's Fashions, he  noted.  Aldermen accepted Giannakos' schedule, but instructed building inspector Roy  Taylor to "stay on top" of the renovation  project.  .   _   Men and women chasing each other  is what makes the human racel  DEPTH FINDER  Model CH364  Dual Scale CM 20 feet 0-240 feet  Bronze Transducer included.  Suitable for through-hull mounting  Battery or ship's power 11 to 16 volts D.C.  Highly Visible ~"  Neon Indicator     ��? m  FISH FINDER  o Highly visible  indicator even in  sunlight'  ��� Depths to 200 feet  ��� Completely Portable (Battery  operated extra)  Marine VHF  Radiotelephones  by "Simpson"  Electronics Inc.  :.Tjfca*��aa^��*^-��*i^  '^mr^^J.  VOTE  Progressive Conservative  LORRJE GREENAWAY  Sales & Service of MARINE ELECTRONICS  large extent dictated by highways department policy.  "This situation may, be inappropriate  in many cases, particularly where 66 foot  wide through roads are required in  purely residential areas."  Another, problem area, due to lack oi  communication, is improvement of existing Highway 101, he added.  The improvement of that road "will  substantially alter the speed and safety  characteristics of this highway. This  program provides a good opportunity for  input from the regional district concerning the desired characteristics of this  highway which will remain the major  traffic route in the region for sometime."  _l__MllHH St. Mary's  Senior citizen Assn. notes Community prayer     ^^  "      /.-.������    ���> ��� byRobertTox.ii draws 85 persons  GIBSONS���Eighty-five persons .attended  the community, day off prayer in Calvary Baptist Church June 25. All churches in the area took part     ,  It was a simple service and yet the  combination of songs, prayers and mes-  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/ July 3, 1974  YES, thank you., We had a very nice trip  on June 25 when some 47 climbed  aboard an SMT bug and" set out!for  Langdale and';the ferry. " ���,  Eram Horseshoe. Bay we went directly  have_an hour's delay, which did not help  to stay the pangs of hunger. ,  ,   Heavy rain began to pour down" while  ���we awaited, the ferry but, all agreed we  had enjoyed! "a splendid 'day. Next trip  to Stanley Park where members scattered1    is ithat on the BCR to ' Williams Lake  to view their preferred attractions, the  zoo, the aquarium ,or ,the (hardens. The  park was extremely busy. It appeared as  rthough every school in the Eraser Valley  had filled all their busses with happy  youngsters and' brought them in for a day  at the park.  Prom Stanley Park we made our way  to Qakrid'ge for lunch and _a chance to  do some shopping. In time we resinned  our travelling for a short journey ito  Queen Elizabeth Park and a stroll through  the'gardens and conservatory. Prom (there  we, proceeded to Heritage Village in Burnaby which brought varying degrees of  .nostalgia and a great degree of pleasure  that we now enjoy so many modern improvements, as we viewed the old-fashioned household equipment, the hand-  pumps, heavy skillets and many other  relics of an earlier period. It is worth a  visit. _  ���Prom there we crossed the Second  Narrows Bridge and found our way "to  Park & THfords where the Japanese  Garden was a great attraction. Your reporter found many new ideas in the various gardens. Prom Park & Tiifords we  headed for the Upper Levels Highway  and the first stage of. our return. We  reached Horseshoe Bay to learn that ferries were off schedule and that we would  iiiMuiiiiiMimnniiinniiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiinB  Gibsons Pentecostal  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 o.m.  Services 11;00 o.m. ond 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 886-7107  Pastor: Gony Fester  P.aHlllHHIIIIIHIHIIIlillllHHIHUIII|ll|U||m|UIIU|l|H|ll|l  I'liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir  *       The United Church       |  of Canada ��  SERVICES: * v |  St. John'* United Church - Dovto Boy :  j Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m'. :  B Roberts Creek United Church  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m. I  MINI$TRY: ��  Rev. Jim Willamson,-Gibsons, 886-2333 3  huiMIIIII��lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|l||l||llllll|l|IUIII_?  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY-  Sunday School ~ 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship  " 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service    7:30 p.m.  Prayer & Bible Study, Wed.    7:30 p.m.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri.  7:00 p.m.  PHONE 885-2671  PASTOR:  FRED NAPORA  BAPTIST CHURCHES  886-2611 -^ 886-7449  Pastor: Wilbert N. Erickson  GIBSONS: Morning Worship 9:30; Sunday School 10:45; 7:00 p.m.  Sundays. Study hr. 7:30 p.m.  Thursdays.  SECHELT: Sunday School 10:00 a.m.;  Morning Worship 11:15 Sundays. Study hour 7:30 p.m.  Wednesdays.  FACE RETIREMENT WITH  PRAYERFUL ACTION  Man never really retires from his  most important responsibilities���to God  ond to his neighbour.  Broadcast this Sunday oyer many stations including CJVB 1470 kcs. at 9:30  a.m,  theTl\UTH  thatH&ILS  A Christian Science radio tarlas  returning by Pacific Stages and later,  This leaves North Vancouver August; 12  and on August 31. is seniors day at'the  FINE. ,     '    7     \       ;     ,_ ;  The trip -to Earls Cove at the moment  does not appear feasible but if anything  develops, the information will be published. Unfortunately, at this moment we  have not been able to' advance planning in  regard to' the proposed picnic of July .24.  And now back to the meeting of June  20. The delegates to the provincial convention in Kelowna'made their reports and  one received the impression that the 86 "  delegates had worked well and had done  much ito further the objects of the assoc- .  iation. Mrs. Elizabeth Derby reported1 on  the social side and the banquet at which.  the Hon. Norman Levi was the guest  speaker and referred to the political heft  of the seniors who now numbered 205,000  in >B.C. and two million in Canada.  Was he telling us something? The 1975  meet -will be held in Vancouver and the  1976 will take place in Prince George.  Emery''Scott then took'over and reported,  that business sessions had rolled along  at a more rapid pace than heretofore -  thanks largely to the work of our Adele  de Lange who attended as parliamentarian and1 had facilitated the work of .the  resolutions committee so that many resolutions had been combined"so as to'  eliminate duplications.  Resolutions  were passed   calling  on  Ottawa to increase the old age pension  $200 per month and to reduce the pensionable age to 60. Asking for income  tax exemptions of $4,000 single and $6,000  married. Asking for boarding and nursing  'homes in various parts .of' the province  and that such homes be designed with  particular thought to the needs of the  |    older citizens. That there be government  3    inspection of such facilities. That dental  =    and eye care be free to persons over 65;  |    that batteries for hearing aids be brought  s   .under Pharmacare; that costs of drivers  3    examinations for those over 70 be brought  �� ' under Medicare and many others which,  ��    will be reported as reaction on the part  a    off governments is received. '  Miss DeLange in her report said that  the workshop "was not the best because  through a misunderstanding adequate  space had not been provided but through  the experiences of this year the workshop  next year would be of great, value in  facilitating the work" of the convention  and furthering friendships and understanding of mutual problems.  Your reporter knows items have been  missed but will endeavor to bring every  one the, information at a later date. Eva  Hayward for the ways and means committee was voted $30 for supplies for the  annual fall fair and asked everyone not  to wait but to start getting things ready  for the arts and crafts tables.  Hugh Duff reported1 aittending a meeting of the iminibus committee which will  be sending out questionnaires to residents.  First priority would b�� for the hospital  and getting people to the medical clinic.  Fill your's out and assist this valuable  service.  A suggestion receiving unanimous  support was that the secretary write to  the Sechelt Indian Band advising them  that mernJbership was open to their seniors  and we would be. happy to have them  attend our meetings and join with us  in solving mutual problems.  Jim Derby advised that progress was  being made in forming a horseshoe pitching group and that Hackett Park ds available for this sport and that carpet  bowling would start up again in September if accommodation is available.  Before adjourning for the usual refreshments it was agreed to suspend the  July and August meetings. Developments  in regard to the proposed picnic will be  advertised as soon as possible as wiH be  any presently unexpected events.  Have a good summer and keep out  of the sun.  ARID THE CONSERVATIVE TEAM  will provide Jobs  not Handouts.  Gibsons    O    806-7112  ���fa Carpets -fa Tiles  ���fa linoleums ft Drapes  aiar.ffl.aMAtraiii.aaXW  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuos, - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  Wo NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located In tho new offices ot Trail Bay Design  at tha traffic light  0  Phono 885-2713  ammmmmmamma*ammmmaammmmaaammmiimammamamaammaamamammmmmammmawimmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmm\i  sages made it'a very moving and beneficial'afternoon.   '  There waa a "oneness" in spirit  which made it an outstanding meeting,  said organizers..  The next day of prayer will be in  the Roman Catholic Church in Gibsons  in the fall  The offering of $74 was <lonated to  the Sunshine Coast Retarded Children's  Association. >.  Bonnie Ballads  No. 5  By Margaret Jones  The Lumiby lads and lasses cam', fu'  36 in a',  They brocht their instruments along tae  gie the folks a blaw.  They cam* tae Gibsons in_ a bus, 'twas  ,      aifter nine o'clock;  The ferry was a bLttie late when  she cam' tae the dock.  The /fcraivellers were weary though,  as weary as could be,  For it's a lang'road firae the braes,  the graes o' Monashee.  On Saturday���a bonnie day wi' skies o'  forichtest blue���  The twa bands and their masters met  at Elphie School at two.  It was a great experience for'bairns frae  far awa', ~  Sae mony o' them ne'er" afore had seen  tiie sea at a'.  They roastit weiners on the beach  and ower the logs did scramble  For they were at the Gower Point name  o' Mr. and Mrs. Campbell.  Then some folks gaed in for a swim,  '' ane was a music master  Wha, swimmin' wi' a student loon,  discovered he  was faster.  The laddies chased the lassies and  grabbed ane wi' sic abandon;  They threw her in .the watter when  she had nae leg tae stand on.   '  Some laddies thxowin' watter fairly had  the lasses yellin',  The aulder folk juist lached and sooked  their juicy water-melon.  The aifternoon flew by sae fast, like  a' the golden days,  The students had tae leave tae change  into (their braw band claes.  The boaties bobbed oot in the bay,  the gulls swooped ower oor heads���  A hit o' music on the wharf is  what a body needs.  The music rose end fell,, but aye it  floated up tae Heaven.  The crowd swelled as the bands played  on, though (few were there at seven.  It was a perfect summer's eve, there  r    was nae need for shelter.  The Elphie. Band played first and then  spoke Lumiby's Mr. Stelter.  He spoke abbot the pieces that the Lumby  Band wid play;  They hadna started on them till  ���the early days o'May.     ,  The bands played turn and turn alboot,  frae ���Oliver' arid Hair',  Frae "Paint your Wagon', classics tae,  .   och. mony, mony, mair.  Noo, maist Ifolks hae a saft spot  for a band, nae doot o' that;  The folks looked happy when .they  drapped .thsflr money ,in the hat.  Their gifts will surely help tae buy  ,an instrument or twa,  And as the years roll by we'll hae  ithe best band o' them a'.  The sun dooked doon ahent the hill,  the Blitff glowered ower ithe bay,  As til 'twas sad tae see the end o' sac  a perfect day.  The young ifolks at their Sock-Hop  danced, and gabbed wi' ane anither,  The women put oot sandwiches and got  It a' itihegither.  A lAimiby) lass there said she'd been  tavptressed tae a degree,  The people listening on the wharf  were so polite' quoth 'she.  When ��V the crowd had eaten weel,  and seemed1 toe want nae mair,  The women lln the kitchen clappdt  doon upon the flair.  There, dlka time ,the music stopped,  they'dstart a conversation;  Tae chatter wWle tho band played  was beyond consideration,  On Sabbath morn, the Lumby folks  ���  leffit,,Glbsona-by -the-sea,  For it's a Jang iroad too the braes,  the braes o' Monashee.  FINAL meeting,'before the summer break '  for the co-ordinating .council- of auxi- '  liaries to St. Mary's Hospital was held -  June 25 in the. board room of the hospital. -: ���  New smocks have been ordered enough  will be available so they will be laundered  after every 'wear. '    '''������'.'  . Gift shop chairman, Mrs., Sue Beaven  .reported1 the hew treasurer is Mrs. Mary,  Henderson of the Sechelt Auxiliary. The  sales book is missing from the gift'shop, ���  If anyone has inadvertently picked-it' up, -  Sue would appreciate its return.  Volunteer director/Eve Moscrip'said  the hairdressers continue to do excelllent  work. Extended care patients are enjoying morning walks in the sunshine, thanks-  to volunteers and their junior: helpers.  Mrs.' Doris Housely, co-ordinator -of  junior' volunteers, has. white blouses to  go with the candy stripe aprons. Girls  now help, with the care "of flowers as  well as their other duties.  Extra help would be appreciated during .the summer months. Anyonewilling  to help out phone Mrs. Eve Moscrip 885-  9322.       .  *"        -a, "*'t ' r    K *  Port Mellon' Auxiliary. supplied the  favors for Father's Day.  . "   -   _-    >  Pediatrics are now on the second floor  for a trial period-of two "ttiontns. -  Mrs.. Ellen- Bragg, administrator, has  requested staff and volunteers to be extra.  careful of noise as they go about their  duties. There have been complaints 'of  the hospital being too noisy. .    -  A further meeting of. the presidents  on the project for the convention will be  held Sept. 10 in the board room.  President of the council, Mrs. Doreene  Dockar and Mrs. Charlotte Raines, board  member, attended the national convention  in Vancouver recently. Mrs. "Moscrip,  volunteer director, took, in one of the  day sessions. Mrs. Bennett, national pres-  - orient, declared there is still a need for  volunteer workers in the hospitals.'  Mrs.s Hughes, BCHA president asked:  "What is my province doing in 'ttie home  care field?" -  'Mrs. Raines reported there were members from every province in Canada witih  an attendance of 1,500. Mrs. Moscrip noted  the handicrafts done elsewhere were  comparable with what is done here, however she picked up some new ideas for  entertainment for the second floor.  Mrs. Bragg, dropped' into the meeting  to1 answer questions-on garden furniture. "  The money has been ready for this much-  needed equipment and the time is now  for it' to be used' every day.  'Mr. Guff is the new gardener for the  hospital and he has many ideas .to continue beautifying the garden.  ���  ;��^i$��3s,^#!_^^^  Got out and vote.  Elect a strong majority!  'KlMKBS.  "iB^ja^emmiiiij^m^mk^assssA,  Black & White Portable  �� 7.95  Black & White Console   $12.95  Color Portable  $14.95  Color Console  $19.95  PARTS EXTRA  Above is for month of July only (carry-In only)  SUOTS.E COM! TELEVISION LTD. j  ���OOWRIE STREET SECHELT |  mmm��gmmmimiimtimmm��jmmmmmmmmm}k  JL  Everybody's being hurt, because the Canadian economy is being hurt. Those least able to  protect themselves are being hurt the most. Here are some of the facts.  1. Earnings are not increasing as rapidly as prices, so the average wage-earner is  being left behind.  2. Anyone who has any savings is facing serious erosion of these savings. We need to  encourage savings - not confiscate them.  3. The least well off, such as pensioners and the marginally employed, are hurt more  than most others because a larger portion of their income must be spent on food,  shelter and clothing.  4. If inflation isn't brought under control we will have a recession - and everybody will  lose even more.  aa  ttiSmBCTBONS  ideird Pcark Users  Due to -trip oxtrqmoly dry conditions this Summor It Is very likely  that we will hQVQ a water shortage.  Thproforo It Is necessary to apply  sprinkling restrictions offectivo  Immediately,  1. AH residents firom Canoo Pom  to tho end of Francis Peninsula sprlnklo on odd calendar  days;  2..Residents..In ��the balance .of  Madeira Park area sprlnklo  on cyan calendar day*.  THE TRUSTEES OF THE  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR  WATERWORKS DISTRICT.  July 3rd, 1974.  ��s  ��as  If there were a simple, easy answer there would be no inflation. We believe that a number  of measures can be undertaken that will slow down the rate of inflation. These Include:  ��� Elimination of government waste and inefficiency.  o Reduction of government expenditures on non-essential programs,  o Elimination of sales tax on clothing and footwear.        , .  ��� Elimination of the 11% sales tax on building materials.  �� Establishment of flexible controls over prices and incomes.  ��� Indexing of Canada Savings Bonds to the rote of inflation, In order to encourage savings.  JS^tSt' ~___ b��#rt,>*  w*** _,,  >\;-a#  a-*<;,C _.;  ,     t*��t *> SSI  As a start to controlling inflation we propose  of 90 days. This is a necessary period of  transition to create an orderly economy in  Canada.  VOUR PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE FOR C0AST4III1X0TIN  you  ,,j  im mwt it  ��.  "a  ^*y  f*.  '���' --A,  �����- ',  ��.#*��� ' \:��  i  At gun club banquet  Wednesday, July 3, 1974  The Peninsula Times Page B-3  by Peggy Connor  SEOHELT Peninsula Rod and Gun Club's  annual seafood and salmon barbecue  was held  at the, clubhouse    in Wilson  Creek, June 23. ,   .  i Fortunately the weather cooperated,  sunshine and- light wind making it comfortable to sit either outside, ,where one  could watch the master *tfiefs, Chuck  Massey and Budd Fearnley putting the  salmon on the heat, or-inside closer to  the. tables loaded with the food.  'Mrs. Bea Rankin was > convenor for  ���this apt bill of fare for this area. Bea and  her helpers are to be complimented on a  job well done. George Flay had -charge  of sale of' tickets (sold out the Friday  before), Harry Batchelor was" ticket taker  at the door.  Slaves in the kitchen were, Mary and  Joe Mellis, Les  and" Polly  Chamiberlin,  Fearnley  One piize to.'. =*��*��. '^L^Siscientiouslv read  all ' ranSer called in the men and equipment  tie rule," but at was un- . ^^^J^^^^f^^^^^t - that would have taken 45 minutes to get  wjuunmgmtifmtmmmmttmm&  S Box 342  MB HOUSE  9  ALTERATIONS  KITCHEN CABINETS  COUNTER TOPS  or call us about that difficult job.  die  iCtwrence  Home Improvement Service  GIBSONS  Eves. Phono: 886-7495  Harold, Cay, Derek and Sharon jNelsbn,  Phyllis-Handford and Bill Rankin as well  as others who lent a hand here and there.  ' President Bob Janis had the~ enjoyable  job of, handing out the awards. The fishing derby on for the day up until 5 p.m.  ,saw only three fish turned in,~ all bygone  fisherman ,Budd  a contestant is the  animOusly ��� shouted that he be given all  three prizes, after ' graciously accepting  the three, Budd, then donated to the club .  for some future award for the - juniors,'  David Drew won the aggregate shoot,  shot at ithe end of April picking up the  trophy for juniors.  '. Spencer Wigard, George Flay, Frank  Jorgensen won the .22 rifle shield.  George Flay, Gunnar Wigard, Spencer  Wigard won' 'the .22 handgun awards.  . ��� Shotgun .hotshots were BolrJanis;- John  Thomas and Lou Cousins:  , Large bore���-.this means the rifle not  the' person, any sporting rifle over 25  calibre won by long-time club .member,  who is still showing the young bucks  how it is done; Gunnar Wigard, Joe Mel-  lis, Len Clark. , '   _���  Grand aggregate lined up with George  Flay winning another place on the perpe-'  itual shield; with 500 points. Second was  Gunnar Wigard, third Lou Cousins. ���  The club trophy presented to the person who is a goocl sportsman in the field,'  provides best service for the welfare of  the. club and the community plus all-  round good' sport.  Last year's  winner,  Mrs. Bea Rankin, was happy to present  this trophy to Budd Fearnley.  '    Budd said that no one wins this award  on his own. It is- only through the help  of others that makes it possible for deeds  to 'be done to. merit this trophy. It is a  great honor and thanks to. his wife for,  not complaining of the time' he' spent'  away from home.  President Janis thanked everyone for  - attending and wished for better particLpa- .  tion in the salmon derby next ^year by  people and fish. '"     ���,*  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The .Times. A  tiom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  been on-hand? If there had'been a flare-  up in the early morning, would the entire  subdivision and the surrounding forest  have to have been afire, before the forest  School editorial  held grossly unfair  A HOME FURNISHINGS  WASHERS - DRYERS - REFRIGERATORS etc.  FURNITURE - CARPETS & FURNISHINGS  NEW AND LIKE NEW  2143 Kingsway  Vancouver, B.C.  V5N 2T4  fytfmmmtmMmfmmmmmmm  O.E.S. SUIVtMEit tea  JULY 6 ��� 2 PM. TO 4:00 PM.  ���Bake Table, ��  Draws  ��  Regal Supplies!  COME AND ENJOY I  I am looking forward to serving you all in  the future with B.E. Electric Ltd.  Thank you,  TOM MORRISON  BE ELECTRIC is pleased to announce that  Tom Morrison (formerly of Morrison Electric)  now on staff, and after a short holiday, will  happy to continue serving his customers.  is  be  I  i  i  i  STORAGE PROBLEMS?  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WRSBEKBSBKtT  IMSIIIMB  SMm&sMmm  the' editorials' and letters,to. the editor  ��� that 'have appeared, in' your paper since  the El_Jhinstone Secondary school was  destroyed "by fire on June 29, 1973, and  I must say 'that the editorial appearing  in your publication of June 27, 1974, is  ��� grossly unfair.''  I have''been in a position to see at  first, hand how the individual trustees,  the school board as a whole, the secretary-treasurer, and the district superintendent .have been personally involved in  the problems, and the, attempts to'solve"  7the'problems, that have arisen over .the  past year in striving to finalize the contract for the construction of the new  secondary school in Gibsons.  It ds not necessary for me to go into  detail, but"I can honestly say that there'  has 'been many, many-hours of hard .work  spent >by all parties involved, and the  fruntratdon and dlisappoin'tment caused  by delays and changes, through ho fault  of the trustees, has been a source of deep  ' concern to the board.  Your ��� reference to the speedy con^  struction of the new arena in Sechelt was-  not a fair comparison. Is it not true that  construction was started in spite of the  fact that the grants from the provincial  government had not been approved. I  understand that there were .a few concerned citizens sweating a little during  thiis^ period. As you can readily understand, the hoard, as' a public body cannot operate in this manner. Any deviation from the-Public Schools Act is not  acceptable as far as the' department of  ' education* is concerned'.  Finally, I would like to know why  you' have changed your horse in midstream so to speak? It seems to me, in  earlier editorials, that you were very adamant in your stand the board should not  be too hasty in rnaking a decision to build  a secondary school on the present site.  BRX,   Gibsons-        LLOYD  YORKSTON ���  RCMP action lauded  Editor, The Times,  gir: The old saying, "The Mounties  always get their man" has proved itself  again. t  A band of' hoodlums���two boys and  ".two girls in their teens���raided and destroyed my lovely garden in the middle  of the nighit. I reported this to Sgt. Bill  Saunders of the RCMP and within an  hour the police car drove into my yard  with the four culprits. They admitted the  crime and apologized.  I waived the charge on the suggestion  ��� of Sgt. Saunders and let them work out  '' the' damage.  *-'��'-'Thaiilc'','yottri'genitlemen''''in''Lthe','r^  coats. As long as we have you as neighb-  bors, we are well protected.  JOSEPH T. CHIMES  RR 1, Sechejt  _ Fores* service cited  lor inaction at lire  Editor, The Times,  Sir:.On Tuesday evening, June 25, a  summer cabin on Brooks Cove near Halfmoon Bay burned to the ground. That  the whole subdivision of houses and forest'  didn't follow the fate of the cabin was  ,due not to the competence of the forest  services, but to dumb luck I  At 8:15 p.m.. on the 25th, a loud  explosion from a propane tank was heard  , in the Halfmoon Bay area. It was not  heard' by anyone in Brooks Cove because, we, the only subdivision residents ,  at the 'time, were out for the evening.  At 8:30 p.m. from what we have been  , able to piece together, a number of things  -happened1: Ray Moscrip, seeing ithe fire  from Cooper's Green, rushed over to help  flight it;' Len and Suzanne Van Egmond,  . alerted by a woman from Redrooffs Road,  phoned' the RCMP and the forestry in  Sechelt and started' out themselves to  lend assistance; and' liable Venture, a  ' tugboat waiting at Cooper's Green, cjm-  barked to oflfqr their help,  Upon arriving, MJr, Moscrip found that  not only wna he the only person ox\ the  scene, hut that there was no fire equipment, .Improvising, ho act about dousing  brush aijd tree lines', oho, of which surely 7  ,would,hnvo set another house on tife,  The tugboat, arriving next on the scene  wilith;ono pump and only 100 feet of hose,  started pumping salt wator on the house  trying to keep tho embers which were  being fnnnedby 25 to, 30 mph winds  f.rom sottlrtg other houses nnd troca on  ' Are.        ;'V7  ".'. ,"'.  In iho meantime, tho forestry received  a second cnll, this from Mrs, Cooper, In-  ,, were nblnsw), nnd tho assistant* ranger  alerted' tho flro crew nnd started out, '  When ho arrived nnd wns naked for <n  pump, he told Mr. Moscrip it wna on its  way. When wo arrived homo nt 10:30 p,m,  wo found a tugboat nnd its crow, Rny  Moscrip, tho Vnn Egmonds, three fores-  trymen and the, two women with them  fighting house and brush fires with four  buckota, two plcccd-togother hoses mndo  from other houses' water systems, nnd  o��o each of .shovel, brush nxo and rake.  By midnight everyone hnd gone leaving',  us'to fitny up all night putting out small  hni&h fires which wcro still flaring up  nt 10 o'clock tho next morning..  Wo "hnvp n few burning questions to  " nrtkl What happened to tho forestry pump  / nnd crew which wna supposedly on Itu  -way?-Why did w<r arrive to flnda Key-"  ntono Cops act fighting tho flres Instead  of a crow nnd equipment  competently  doing Ha'job? "What if tho tug hnd not  here from Porpoise Bay?  What is the ranger's definition of a  potential forest fire? Is it trees on fire in  a subdivision or ,a house on fire in a  forest? Since our taxes pay the salaries  of the forest services, what fire protection are we getting for our money? .Why  was Mr. Moscrip told by the forest ranger  that it was not his responsibility to watch  for bush fires through the , night even  though he was aware of the dry ground  conditions', the near gale force winds and  that there were no occupants in the neighboring houses. We feel we, and the people  of this Peninsula deserve at the least  some answers to these questions and hopefully some action in the form of a re-evaluation of work done by the forest services in this area.  On behalf of ourselves and the rest of  the people in our subdivision, we would  like to express a deeply felt thanks to  the crew of Nobel Towing's, Noble Venture, Ray Moscrip, and the Van Egmonds  for all that 'they did to save the rest of  ^the houses and the trees in our area. To  the two forestry men who fought the  fires although they knew they wouldn't  be paid, a thank you also.  To the forest ranger in Sechelt, may  you someday experience the anxiety of  waiting for something you care about to  go up in flames because those that can  help say, "It's not my responsibility".  CASEY and SUE BRENNAN  Brooks Cove  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  WE LIVE" in a world that sociologists  call 'mass society.' We can engage in  similar activities but we do so in virtual  isolation. Modern man lives in a state of  alienation from God, from his neighbor,  and even internally, from himself. One  of the characteristics of this age is friend-  lessness.  How many friends do you have? I  mean true friends, those who are loyal  .and concerned, those who will stick by  you no matter what. Well,'you may have  several or your list may be rather thin.  The Bible .says, "There is, a friend that  ��� sticbeth closer than a brother." This friend  understands your problems, needs and  troubles. He can help you in any situation, regardless of how hopeless it may  look. You can go to Him anytime of the  day or night and He will always give a  listening ear. Besides He has all the resources of heaven and earth which He  will share with you. ,  Who is this friend? His name is Jesus.  And, oh, how He wants to help you.  Jesus is such a close friend that He loved  us and gave Himself for us. That is, He  took our place on an old rugged cross  that we might be saved from sin and  given eternal life. You can have the  friendship of Jesus Christ by allowing  Him to enter your heart and life.  The following information has been paid, for as an  advertisement in the interests of all the voters by the  Sunshine Coast Liberal Association. It is the Association's hope that it will assist some people in the casting of their vote. If you should need more specific  information as to where you should vote please call  885-2900, the Liberal office in Sechelt. We will be  happy to assist you, no matter what your political  leanings may be. \   '  Vote at Percy Logging Co. camp office .  Bear Bay, Vote at Bear Bay Co. office  Egmont, Vote at Egmont Community Hail  Blind Bay- CANCELLED  Pender Harbour, Vote at Pender Hbr. Motel  Francis Peninsula, Vote at Reitze Residence  Madeira Park, Vote at Community Hall  Half Moon Bay, Vote at Community Hall  Sechet West, Vote at Old Legion Hall  Sechelt Village West, at Old Legion Hall  Sechelt Village East, at Old Legion Hall  Sechelt Center I.R. #2, Peninsula Drive-In  Dining Lounge  Sechelt Hospital, at St. Mary's Hospital  Wilson Creek West, at Community Hall  Wilson Creek East, at Community Hall  Roberts Creek West, at Elementary School  Roberts Creek East, at Elementary School  Gibsons Heights W., St. Bartholomews Hall  Gibsons Heights, St. Bartholomews Hall  Poll  100��� Gibsons Village Block 2 (including Chek-  welp Reserve) at United Church Hall  101��� Gibsons Village Block 1  (including Shaw  Road) at St. Bartholomews Hall  102��� Gibsons Center, at United Church Hall  103��� Gibsons South, at United Church Hall  104��� Granthams Landing, at Community Hall  105��� Soames Point, at Granthams Com. Hall  106��� Hopkins Landing, at Granthams Com. Hall  107��� Port Mellon, Port Mellon Community Hall  Poll  81 ���  Poll  82 ���  Poll  83 ���  Poll  84 ���  Poll  85 ���  Poll  86 ���  Poll  87 ���  Poll  88 ���  Poll  89 ������  Poll  90 ���i  Poll  91  ���  Poll  92 ���  Poll  93 ���  Poll  94 ���  Poll  95 ���  Poll  96 ���  Poll  97 ���  Poll  98 ���  Poll  99 ���  Poll  Poll  Poll  Poll  Poll  Poll  Poll  Polling Stations are open from 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.  STANDARD TIME.  In B.C. this means that they will be open from 9:00  A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. as we are dn DAYLIGHT SAVINGS  time.: "...���    :      :  FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POULS  in Sechelt: 885-2900; in Gibsons: 886-9335  CALL:  unshine Coast Liberal Association  EWTOfJE  HOUSE PAIIT -  Latex  $11.05 gal. $9.95,  Enamel $1135 gal. $10.25  Hpmelite XL2 ~j|p#^  $119.95  Homelite XH2 -^WS1  ������'���-���������������������::'-:-v;7.^::;$i89i95';  Namo _.���l..���  _.'.  Tolophono    I Adflross   . , ^.,   [ Provlnco .���.���   Postal Codo   ��� Date Plannlna 1�� BulM  _J. , ,���..   , Slzo of DulMing Plopnwl. width , * lonalh   fmm   paM  ''**���� Sechelt News Notes  FOUR young people of Sechelt have secured good jCbs for the summer, working on a ranch near Pouce Coupe. They  are Shelly 'Rathlbum, Susan Bunyan, Sam  Woods "and Keith Jaeger.  Shelly's mother, Mrs. Rathburn, sent  out a call for ranch hands and these four  took off post haste. They left Sechelt' ait'  5 ajn. and arrived' at the ranch at 12r30  a.m. With four drivers they took turns  and drove right through. They will no  doubt work hard 1>ut they will certainly  have a great >time besides.  Kurt Reichel is hack home in Sechelt  for 'the summer having once again won  the City of Nelson Award for best  achievement in commercial art at Selkirk College in Nelson. His mother, Mrs.  Margaret Humm, has good reason to be  proud of her young man.;  - Guests from Vancouver, to the Harold  Nelson home for the weekend were Mr.  mi���juhii jwii mmiuiiiiiiiiiiiMiMiwmmmwM  I*  Put your message into 3,894  homes    (15,000   readers)    in  _      these economical spots.  Your  I      ad is always there for quick  L   reference . . �� anytime!  MiHwtwwiiinnMiiiniiimiiitiiiimmiiiiiiiMiiiHmmii  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-3069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Read & Grandvlow Avcauo  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, D.C.  �����6sy   PCfJfjy   CoOSSOT  and Mrs. Freshwater.  ' That great pioneer lady, Mrs. Mary  Neill, celebrated her 94th birthday, Satur- ,  day, June. 22nd at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Raines in Roberts  Creelc A gathering of the Neill dan to  honor their mother, who also was recipient, of a certificate from Prime Minister  Pierre Trudeau, a letter from the governor general of Canada, a letter from  Premier Barrett, certificate from Lieut.'  ,Gov. of B.C. Walter-Owens,'letter, from  MLA Don Lockstead1 and others. -  ���  This fine lady is still very independently living on her own in the senior  citizens' housing, Sechelt. Happy birthday.  Bill and Gail McFadden stopped off  ait Sechelt to pick up their two children  who were visiting with their great grandmother while the parents were in Scotland. They also visited Bill's sister, Ina  Grafe.  Page 8-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July ,3, 1974  Several sludenls  pass ballet exams  THE FOLLOWING students took ballet  examinations with the Canadian Dance  Teachers' Association:  Test one: Carol Montgomery, pass;  Wendy Montgomery, pass; Karen Boothroyd, commended; Donna' Holland, pass  plus; Nicole Dolinsky, pass plus; Sheree  Wolansky, pass plus; Kail Nielsen, commended.  Test three. Rebecca Goodwin, pass  plus; Judith Landis, commended'.' Christine Irvine took her first examination,  and,passed with credits.  Three girls' will attend .the CDTA  summer school in Vancouver. They are:  Rebecca Goodwin,, Susan Francis and  Christine Irvine.  With old friends . . .  in Bella Coola. area  JACK PEARSALL ���Liberal  by JACK PEARSALL ��� Liberal  LIBERAL candidate Jack Pearsall, last  man into the Bella Coola Valley, spent  two busy days revisiting old friends and  making many new ones as he toured the  valley last' weekend.  - Pearsall attended four meetings and  discussed current issues as well as Bella  Coola valley prciblems. Considerable concern was expressed by citizens over the  future of Bella Coola in relation to new  industries for the area. It was agreed  that a major problem in the valley development was communications and transportation. Pearsall < took out three briefs  given ham by concerned citizens.  Pearsall will be  back    in Williams  Lake country for the annual stampede  where he will join the .Don Jamieson,  minister of regional economic expansion,  in the fun at The Lake.  ^������NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIUIIIlAlHI,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^  | MISS BEE'S ��  1   CARD & GIFT SHOP   !  s  . Wharf Rood - Sechelt - 885-9066 |  P.O. BOX 213 |  Hellmerk-Courre  cords  ond   wrappings. =  Fine   English   china  cups' and  saucers. =  Boutique Hems, local artists  paintings, a  * Here's on economical way to s  reach   3,894   homes   (15,000 :  readers) every week. Your ad |  waits patiently for ready' refer- 3  ence ..... anytime! >  ���IM��IMIin��MmillllltllllUUWlIIWi��MtttllMllHtli���^  lIlllllIIIIIIIIlS  �����'"��� ��������������^a����'���'aaa wia  ARCHITECTURAL-PLAINING  ���  -  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  ond Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 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  row imiHiii inm���a�������M��anB���������������m  CONTRACTORS   BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  "     GRAVEL - FILL'  Phone 886-7109  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R, 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsens Building SuppK@3  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  MACHINE SHOPS (Cont.)  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phene 885-9464  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ��� 885-2523 days ��� 885-2108 eves.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Soles fit Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding      ..��. iV  .  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists   >~~  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Socholt Branch ��� Phono 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phono 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Prl. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pander: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Proo Estimates  PRGD DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  ''.���,-��� or883-9972   .-,���  <��� , i , ' , ' i      ^    ,'  '  .  TED'S BUSTING 8, CONTRACTING  ALL WpRK FULLY INSURED  Pasements�� Driveways * Septic Tanks  i   Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime.  TED DONELY        Pondor Harbour 883-2734  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 serve you.  R.R, V Madeira Park  Phono 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - .Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  1        Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  LSiH SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISB BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172. Seche4t( B.C.  MORRIS'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finiohing  Floors - Patios - Stairs    .  Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates    7 , Phone iiS-9413  BULLDOZING  Piggott' Bros. 7 ,  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  -"POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D.W.LAMONT  Electrical Corrector  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial ��� Commercial  All work guaranteed - Froo estimates  Joe MaCoaa, Box 157, Modetea Pes&  Pbeae 002-9013  J.C. ELECTRIC ~*  New Installation (            Rewiring  Electric Heat                  Design  Residential                 Commercial  SPECIALIZE IN ELECTRONIC  Wilson Creek *  885-2578  JIM McKSNZIO.  .ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 805-9970  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day  or   Evenings  885-2062  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phona 885-2622  Boh73. Seche|trB.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  7      For All Your  Building Needs  PHONB YIRN, 008-2529 or 006.2344  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C, RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  p  ' - '     '  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People) '  ALL PLYWOODi  Exotic and Construction  Panelling - Doors . Mouldjngs i  ���������-"������ -..���,���.-. Glues--���Insulation-���- ��� -~~~���~~- ��  Hwy. 101    -���Gibiom   ���   806-9221    -Li,-,, i.i,..i..ii.  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD,  "ALL BUILDING MATERIALS"  _   "READY.-MIX"  "CONCRETE - GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL PAINT"  806.2642 006,7833  Hiflhway 101 �� Gibsons  CAT D4D  885-2325  FUEL  <RNIE WIDMAN  for all yotpr  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 803-2663  Madeira Parle, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  , Clearing - Excavations - Rood Building  Grading - Fill ��� Road Gravel. Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  ���    '" "���     - -     -���     :-       ��� ���      - I.      II l'     .   ��� I. l.nilL.i.J.wa  SHOAL. DIIYELOPMENT 4,TD.���,  Septic Tank ������ Ditching  Excavating ���- Land Clearing  ,      Rood Building 7-Gravel a% Fill  886-2830  PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  006 7417 or 886-9890  _     \   , '  aw. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks - Excavating  I   Lavollng A Landscaplno  ~.���~ -Phono Jert7# 885-2880 ^^^^~^^��^^^^-�� ~~  DISPOSAL SERVICES  1   ' '   " ���lll","ll,llll"ll'-��--''--"'-'>'-i-'-��"��("iirt wii��-aii-inia an-M maamima��> lamiaam^  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD,  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 806-2938 or 003-9973  when  renovating or sprlna cleonlng coll us  for your disposal neodt.  Commercial Containers Available  FLOORING - CABINETS ,  , ���*" I'���ll��" I-" MI.Maa.-aia>MIBIII.^I>llllllWIIMMMalMWIHIBII|lWIIIPWIIIMIWI|^llllll..lla��Hall.��J^an  Cabinets �� Carpets ���* Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD*  P.O, Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennett, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY .tALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor,  Expert Hair Styling  ,  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Perk Pfcene 401-2177  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  'Weddings and Private Parties  ������Foil Hotel l.edll�����������.  ...taaamammammmmmmmmamimamauammmamammiaaaaaaaaaam  MACHINE SHOPS  '  '  ' !'" ���" ' ���"���"���������aamnmtmaaamamw ��miimi K n n �� ���> i ia��< iiMawi na nit*  At the Sign ef the CMrfMt  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ,���,.,....,,, & .MARINE SERVICE .LTD.  ���Mochine .Shop - Arc ond'Acetytlne Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive ana Marine Repolrs  Standard Marine Station  Ph*M 604-7721     B*��. 8ft��~9f S��, Odft-tSSA  MARINE SERVICES   L CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  -883-2535  Box 7, Garden Boy, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Caneoe  ��� Runabouts  ��� Uead Seat 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  Section 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOBILE HORflB SERVICE  Sea Coast  ,- -MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.. of  Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd.)  ��  Complete Maintenance  �� Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  24-Hr.     ��  Bos 920, Sechelt   Service    Td* 005-am  asaseaeaBaaaeaemtsaaBam^maaaatmaaamaaaaxmaaatmaaa  JVaOTEiS   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  MOTORCYCLES  ,7 7HONDAS7'7 7':7 7v  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroko, 4-stroket, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL DAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll freo: 689-5019  MOVING lit STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  ,       Household Moving, Packing, Storage '  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Greek, ,  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertiliser  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants �� Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  ^.^^^^^^^^Londscaplng^ ond Trees1 :    ^_:  PAINTING & DECORATING  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private & Commercial  Gonoral Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2678  PLUMBING & HEATING I  G&E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing - Heating - Installations  Renovations - Sewer Hook-ups  All work guaranteed 1 year - Prices on request  886-7638���-Certified Plumber  Box 165, GIBSONS   L & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  -SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST-  ' Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell   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 Yearsf To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation''��� Air Conditioning  ��� Domestic, Commercial and Industrial  Free Estimates ��� .24 hour service  Box 920, Socheit ,   Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and ,  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466   Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.   PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  1 Sales and Service ��� 886-9531  Everything for the Do-It-Yourtolfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Ua Coates 886-7685  Roy Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION  SERVICE  John Harrison      '  ' RRFRIOERATION  & APPLIANCE SERVICE  ���Used appliances for lale���  Pratt Road, Gibsens  886-9959  ROOFING  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  Q  Custom shakes split to order  ��   Roof repairs  Q   Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt Phone 885-9873  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes ��� Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOF.ING  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, Gibsens - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���Industrial Equipment  ���Automotive  PHONE 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  SURVEYORS  OPTOMETRIST  PRANK B. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  i  886-224��  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING & DECORATING  ',"' "��� "���   t ��� ��� '   ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR 8; EXTERIOR     '  BRUSH - SPRAY OR ROLL  Coll: 886-2512  CALVIN'S PAINTING i<  DECORATING  ' P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B,C  Phone 885-2107  KAN-DOPAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Sechelt  805-2734 Evenings:  005-2936  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.        ,  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  '  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming" Systems - Compressors �� Rototlllors - Generators - Pumps -  7   Earth Tampers, ::._[;.,:;"  Sunshine Coast Hwy. eV Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONB 883-2585  Why Buy When You $an    ,  ������;<    '':"���,,   RENT IT at.  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  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 Ceest Highway  Bex 11, Gib��on��, D.C. - Phene 886-2700  ��� ' SALES AND SERVICE  AH 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  ;���;  'LTD,,.,,  Heavy Equipment Meylns A Leg Tewlnt  ���L. HIGGS  Phone  885p��4XI  R.R; 1, Davie Day, GG5-204Q  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL T/YPES OF BASEMENTS        V  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  ,   Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTAL  885-2612 or 885-2359 eves.  ��� "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  Netth Roed, Giatani  "We R��nt or Sell Almost Eye��ythlno"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants -Televisions  Roto TlJItra - Cement Mh��rs - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic'! Tools7 *  PHONE 886-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES ,    ,   C & S HARDWARE  Socholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  7 Complete Troo Sorvlco    '    ���'���'���'  - Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  �� Prices yog can trust  Phono J, RISDEY, 803-2109  VI.EW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - clean-up your wooded areas  - remove lower limbs for vlow  ,   -top tall tree* adjacent to building  Maty Volon 006-9597  T.V. and RADIO  X  J fiVC ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES ��, SRRYICR  i ���wo service all Urond>5���. '   next to Coast Coblo Vision  ���       SECHtLT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  A SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Bok 799, Sechslt ������ Phone 885-981 d  CLOSED ON MONDAYS I ,  *���*  s 13;  a* ���'���:������. ��� ���'. ���  ���   ' fl- '.v.JOB  ������/^      'J...'     a-.V.V'   ?���">��*���  ������'     .*:        ��� .*���"������_ a^  ''I  '   "������w^-^ft."::-'.i".,vs  ^���^-jatsfiH^:l  >i  ..i  a_   I       ���       . J* a.  v* ^,  Wednesday, July 3, 1974      The Peninsula Times Pege B-5  "���*  ^.j__��iiH_iJH��fc��^^  SK^r-rrr,^^  \  t-MG<i��lAk    "    I**  ".Mr - :-s. ���������-_,-_  -'���-���*. .45-.  14*  -  .-.���  \��  THREE-YEAR-OLDS   enjoy    their   of-year sports day June 19 at Mo-   dian reserve. Lori Paull is the  version of the sack race during end-   maymon pre-school on Sechelt Iw-   teacher.  .��-*#��� Vi-* .��� -  *,s-r,-.*.-v    __,__,. -       !"*��**->' J ���  I  !  ?j��X2:     '    * %m t__.   '       jA v>rtr  -  .       .- *   s_p     T  r   4     *  * ���*   |j  ��  \/        i*' * . A  M  \  \  \   4��JL,  M jlAH, A.   s  V4 --*  a    ��   <  ���ap. _*  \  &<JZ>  V" T7tajir#.:-^  7.  i"1    i i yr  7   !'" ^V ^tUffll^^^^^WWaEl  i'    ,'(V4^;.��.'i'7!(��*a  ;^VV.U^  *��sV��*i**,*\ ���jirf ���<  "fS'aata'v  "=;'��. tw>  ..ma ii a, .1.11111111111111  Jm>"y  #     l     '   ,"        "-."a.   �����"-   S^^"St'_^!  *  )   /?7     _ ,  4  '-Sfrf   ia  . ' .       ,-Jfl��, 'St W-    **��� ��<<!**��   ^^aiMS''^**"Sj___S>ia;  YOUNGSTERS AT Momaymon preschool on Sechelt Indian reserve put  their backs into tug-of-war during  end-of-year sports day June 19.  The love of liberty is the love of  others; the love of power Js the love  of ourselves.  IT'S MORE fun to bo the rider than   Lori Paull look.s after "moro than 20  tho horfio, thinks this happy partlci-   youngsters from Secholt Indian Jlo-  pant in Momaymon pre-school end-   serve nt the kindergarten,  of-year sports day Juno 19. Teacher  Toko A Drlvo & Bring Homo  Somo Wholoaomb  FARM-FRESH  PRODUCE  ... Grown Right Horo on  tho Sunshine Coast.  Cabbage  Cauliflower  Radish  COMING SOON  ' , DELICIOUS VINE RIPENED ,  "TomattiesS   R00SENDALE FARMS  Garden Bay Road  Holf Mllo Off Highway 101  hi      _SB&' *    '**&mr\ ���������merlin^Sin mil -    <m  ra&jg^ ~trT!j|-'tt_H_I^__itF_B_[   "M*  Ml*  * ___f��T''     ' y���    ��f  1    ,��.        ^r*- .���. �� ram  1. Born in Bella Coola, B.C. in 1933  It. Educated in Kelowna, B.C.  U. Attended Ontario Veterinary College,  1953 - 1958  3. Developed a large veterinary practice in  Kamloops, B.C. 1958 - 1968  .5. University Professor - University of  Saskatchewan, 1968 - 1969  (I. Cattle Rancher - Soda Creek Ranch, 1970  - 1974  7. Married with 4 children  \t  That individualism protects the dignity of man and that men and women  should be free to develope their own abilities and ambitions without  government control and daily interference. This attitude, of course, is  subject always to general legislation and the rule of law for the good of  all.  He defends the principle of private property and a system of free  enterprise because private enterprise is the only practical system for  satisfying people's social and economic wants.  ��_3!  ���i*'Y!r  j- * -' "> ���&���-**-���"* ���  ��  ��  1. Launch an immediate attack on inflation with our flexible prices and income control  program and by slashing government spending. Inflation hurts EVERYONE. We are  the only party willing to come to grips with this serious problem, head on.  2. Ease the housing problem by:  1. Removing the 11 per cent federal tax on building materials.  2.'Allowing interest paid over 8 per cent on home mortgages to be charged as an  expense of deduction on your income tax return.  3. Making government mortgages available for rural dwellings.  3. Re-organize Manpower and U.I.C. and integrate these departments with skill and  vocational training programs. "Jobs not Handouts" will be our policy.  4. Negotiate and settle in a fair and just manner the claims of Native Peoples and allow  them to create their own life and educational styles.  5. Help our resource industries get on with the job - -not tax them into bankruptcy.  6; Call for an Immediate unilateral declaration by Canada to extend its territorial seas  , ���, to 200 miles'.' ; "      _'\\y ''        ��� ,.��� ��� ' , ' ' ���; ���  1, Canadian Cattlemen do no want subsidies and surcharges -all they ask for is a sound  reciprocal trade agreement with foreign countries. A Conservative Government will  listen to Cattlemen. ���.  ._���(.!.��, ��fj_i.<q._,i_ <���_ ,,,���,. ��i|.,.i..ii mui��im._.,....._mw^M.wi' ���I'M, ,,.,_,,. iiaii.w*s*a��a.' ������ii.i.'^^.'.^.ajnia.'m"., i .nww^yw^.p i.' mvmn mm'iHa .a ...wai^���^^w-yw���<WM^^-,a*.raa,**B^ff^wi.i flap.  iX-A    i XT. ��__��&<*��*  *a T.-��.l     I -^ Nnawj-����  '"Vi 7-1.n*-��-,7t' *';  *a      ��          ���_   *-   ,  ���iJaiilajatiWIi^TIIII'f"��� '-i-" "*T TI' ��~*"ir-1 "Tl"IHIai*-i^T*  ���^ "~T ""* "l" II ��� IQ" Ij" IJ'II  lartl Hi W���i��m Mirth  i  1  ��  I  i  i  ���'..�� -*a.,*. *.' ,"  VML��:.-. _���"**��� '-��'  i  ' I ���/.  <i    ,��, ,  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  'f i  Brownies receive  M^n^y' golden bar awards  Replacement 'essential'  yy  Page B-6   y'- The Peninsula Times  '   rWednesday, July # 19747;��  MR, AND Mrs. Alex Ellis are1 home; ac-  - companied by their son John, after a  trip back to Ontario to attend ,the wedding of their,-younger son Bob.  In a very simple-wedding ceremony in  the Catholic Church of Strathroy,' Bob  Ellis took for his bride Anne,Susan Bed-,  ard. Best man, was his brother John. \' _  The' music for the service was r*'Supr'  plied by. young people, including a group '  of singers and a group of guitarists. The ,  "dinner which followed1 was attended by  almost 100 people including' the bride's  parents and grandparents. The evening  wound up with a,dance to music by a  live orchestra: Bob, has, recently won  a scholarship, which will enable ~ him to  , continue' hisi studies    in; psychology  at  Waterloo /University,   a , ,  ��� '   The Ellis family who have many rel-7  'atives in Ontario, took the opportunity,  of  visitingp many of them.  They, spent  three days with Anne's parents at Strath-  , roy" and Mr. Ellis had a visit with his  eldest brother, John, who_ is in "a nursing  home at Ancaster. They visited friends  in Hamilton, Orillia and London. A niece ,  in London drove them to her summer  cottage at Grand Bend on Lake Huron.  North of Grand Bend, .they visited' Gode-  rich where .they .saw a magnificent .display, of old pioneer treasures, '.all packed  into a three storey-mansion. -(   .  ���    Alex* Ellis' was most impressed with  the scenery in parts of  Ontario which"  he says, is so orderly and well kept. The  brick and stone houses, in particular, pre-  ,sent a real feeling of solid stability. Brit- ,  ish Columbia,is still his. first love ,says  Alex, but if he couldn't live in B.C. this  part of Ontario would be his next choice. -  John Ellis arrived in New York to  attend the wedding after three -taonths  . travelling since he left Japan in,March.  Of all the places he visited in his travels,  he was most enthusiastic about Ceylon  which he ��� considers the most beautiful  place in the world. The countryside is  beautiful, living inexpensive and the  people kind and friendly. John is now  home in Canada for good, he says.  Halfmoon Bay School ended its term  last'week with a "presentation of awards  for the year's best achievements. Mrs.  M. Tinkley presented athletic awards to  Denise Baker' and David Wilson and the  academic award to first grade student,  Helena Edm.onds. Mrs. M. Kingston, the  school custodian, presented a book to  each of the third grade students who  would.be attending other schools next  term. ���  In  spite of the  anticipation   of  ', fi '  f ���s7<f,'  f ~*., p,'  fflwet Islie  IV ~,v  summer .vacation; there was a clddd of/ GIBSpNS-^tfbsons7 lst^Brow^ . pack1-  sadness over the, school; for  the" news ���'    received awards .at, theirj final meet-  was just-received of the death' of Wayne    ing; of, Jhej reason.-. _. .,_���'_      \,,1 ���...,,.  Leo who, had been killed by an* electric , The" meeting was held, in St. ^arthol-  shock while, climbing, a transformer ,pole omews_,fcJhurch Hall. ,i -77, \,, >  in Vancouver. Wayne was a former stu-~ ; -fcrblden bar recipients:'Lyn Nowasel-"  dent-at the school while he was'living ; skj, Heather' Mulligan, Gail Wheeler,  in.the Sechelt Residence.^ ,; ', ,7 ,! 1^1 Golden', hand: Lisa .Bjornson,; .Crystal,  'Spending a vacation with1 his parents, , Allanson; Margo .-Elson, Yvonne^ .Valah-  Mr. and Mrs. Jack HaKord has been their    cius, Cindy Crosby, Rolande LePage and     tj ��a.,���.wi^k ����� ,k , -r-.,���,    .,    .  -. '"   "  son Henry from North1 Vancouver.   7 ,7   Bernice Christiansen;. 7, " .*'  ,  v  -   7 "��� 7 "dordon Dixon, works" superintendent >of    ""*. ���>,.''   ''.,   .   7'7 ',     ' * ll "7'7 '    -'���'    ...   -v. ,-    ....       ^, .^v, i^^M ���toid7the, boarii lin a. report,.,'    Dixon said that if the pipe is ordered >  - -      -J ������     * ' ���--���"���        now it -should arrive within three ^months. _  7 ,i\f  ^^7:X77V0TE7.^  Progressive Conservat.ve  LORNE GREENAWAY  '7  f,/  SUNSHINE -Coast, Regional District -will,, onded" it.'The'"motion carried'.  , - \ fouyne;w water pipe to replace wooden    *   .Cost,of 'the line will be. aibout $37,500  "  pipe which is .described as "old and  ~and instalaltion about $30,000.t 711 f   ', ,'  in poor.,condition.'^   '   , 7t    7 .,, l , 7',-   4 'Fun<is "totalling_.$49,177r are"'available "'  " " fCost;o'f-the^ipe'will be about $37,500,    ''" ��-4'��~+-���---v- "*""' -��**-�� ��� * *���'  "in the'waterworks utility' capital and loan"  \'7��    > ,," f 7    I    '       a       '���>  - '��   i ~,f      *   "  .harry;,,, ._->.,���.  mMMMM  J77.77-a,f'��� 7'-  7Wib;p.'  a   l,      ,        T,1'/,  to' all areas,  more water,  HI  SQUARE 'dancers!   I< iust  finished        Mrs.��� BlacltweH , aecoraiea, fa   spjeciai    ayauaioieyw uicm so wnaequently1 they (  reading-a* ��v^.w^.Jw..,��.-t .~���,  ~-  .0 ,---,    ,., -      ,  square danoing in' the Lower' Mainland    retiring, commissioner,and pJtos.^ Y. wow-      ,; Dixon''noted .that almost all new users  of B.<Vby. lyiarge Hejrwood and I am    aselski,;Mrs. M. "Bjornsen, Mrs. C. Oros-    ^ large permanent homes and residents 7  willing to bet' that her husband ate a , by, Mrs. L. TPariseau, and^.ms. D. Mc-    ^ putting ^ lawns and gardens which  lot of cold beans while she -was*, putting    Court, retiring leaders. ^      77 results > in high water; use. >'*.  this booklet together.7 7   7   "  7      -i ,      ^ Commissioner Gloria; Fyles welcomed "Due to the increased demand we have"  Anyway, the.-, early - days of square- everyone and presented tech of the re- "experienced difficulty in keeping there-  dancing, started after" the Stecond eWorld tiring leaders.'with a' gift,^" j; - servoir full, even though, this is probably  War, around 1945. It contains too'mucii ''/'tA; "special presentation' was ; made to not oib, pealc/dayp'demand this summer,"  to write about,"ithe old halls/the old call-,, Mrs7 Joyce Smethurst, on behalf of .the/ said Dixon.' J ', ,s  ers and. teenage callers' who are1 nbw\' senior girls in her company. 7 -, 7> Dixon recommended that this district  making a bundle just teaching'and call- ^ ��� .: ,r , ,7-7,,7 r V^", . replace the supply .main to Chapman  ing for modem square dancers. So,young ^"_ '.��'', 7 f'- %' 7'7m"!�� - ' Greek following , a jrecommendaition of  people of today,,don't miss the<boat, you ������ ^WM "Mg^smW^mmmwm Dayton and Knight,',consulting engineers,  will also have'one- heck of = a pile of,    |||f 1N ||||||i��l ^l|Ip        *      who reported the replacement as essential.  ^^'b^TL?^^+ai^^-''rT\y7:��i^^'.^i ��A   * .      Dixon proposed that'2,500 feet of the  Craft from none other ,than top caller . e   --i ; m Jl^ga^^m  -, ��� 13.^ main be rebuilt. He noted that 14-  Jim McPherson or his good,wife Marge. ��� |g|   fe|||S��I|S ^ch. pipe costs about $2 foot less than  1  ��� Last'Saturday night-we had the Ryer-..  (, , ,       ,;  ? ^��.. ,���, ',      r,.  -       ' -        16-inch-pipe and  installation costs  are  ���son's, Parish's'and,Lbvell's at our place    GIBSONS���Sunshine, Rentals ' has   been    the same. "  and. with the'help .'of old. faithful,; that's chosen to operate the first  General Director Lottie Wolverton of Area P  my taw, we .squared' a set and square    Motors dealership on the coast.   . moved' that the district buy the 16-incli  And7village council agreed at its June  ,25 meeting to rezone the firtn's property  on-.North Road1 to allow construction of1  a block building to house the dealership.  ' Tlie' property will be rezoned from (32  to,  C3.77     ,    a7, a        '"  In  a letter, Sunshine Rentals  Auto,  Installations �� Repairs �� Alterations  Water Heaters �� Hot Water .Heating  .,"!'  Materials arid Froo .Information  for th�� DO-IT-YOURSEa.B=EK  B Q B Q  danced to flip records.J We alsd; practiced  round dancing/getting set for tlie Gibsons'  Sea Cavalcade. /Merchants, -now is the  time to start on your, floats, you wouldn't'  want me to take/first' prize would you. '  .Well, I guess that's about it, nothing  new till after/the next square dance, or J  election. Say now, there is  something, * Divd^on- president Ron Koch explained:  I am no politician, but this I do knoyr--    1There v/m he no gas pumps or auto  you can't have a balanced government    bod   repairs, K wiu consist of new and^  without votes, so on Juty 8, get moving,.   used automobile sales and service^ and  line and Charles Gooding'of 'Area, C sec--  gimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  I      INSTALLED & SERVICED  Coil poll   B B na b m & m 'A  Clip this coupon and SAVE $4.00 on your nekt p  PERMANENT WAVE & HAIRCOLORING or save $1.00   "  pn your next SHAMPOO St SET. m  COEUTINENTAL COIFFURES. 81 BOUTIQUE ��  Trail Bay.Mall, Sechielt    . Phone 88^2339 % E  7 ' -<���-���., '  (Valid Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, in Ji_ly 1974) D  _ get out and vote. So, with that comment,  I will leave you with dhis thought in  mind. The world is full of willing people,  those, willing to do and those willing  to let them: CiaS.  We have just received our recent selection of "Buxton" wallets for ladies and  gentlemen. Excellent choice of leathers  and styles.      " "  have available, parts for GM products  The area^ will be blacktopped' and maintained on a very high standard."  ,  Koch said ithe dealership would create  six to ten permanent jobs "and bring a'  much needed' service to the Peninsula."  He noted that Gibsons was not GMs  first choice for a dealership.       ' (  "However... ,they are more than; willing to go along "with us in this location."  Repairs, new carpet sales,  S  installation. Service guaranteed.  eon $  a II  a  s n  a o  a ��3  trpei  I   liisfcilBcifibiis i  :     7 " ' l'   ' S'  Corner Pratt & Rosamund s  i Gibsons a��� 886-9093 =  S' ' '.        a     a '    '       ^ g_  .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiimiiiiiiiiiuimiiiiiiiiiiiiiB  P&O COASTAL CRUISES  CALIFORNIA ��� CANADA  HAWAII ��� MEXICO    ;  r    BOOK NOW FOR NEXT WINTER  1 1  AIR CANADA ������ C.P. 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