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 \  West Canadian Graphic Io,  204 West bth Ave.��  Vancouver 10, B. C. ,  " y\t^ . > "V77  *'& * '" y-1? .*.-*y'77r^::  ^\?*^    *  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jeryte Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Robeits Creek,.  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb.; Madeira Park," Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Clow Mail  Registration No. 1142  Union HffiS��>   Label, '  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Vol. 11, No. 35 ��� WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1974  P.07 Box 1093; SECHELT, B.G7-  !flft)^\^Y*  ?!&;��  I I  ._-���  -j -t-\,''���s:_i1 Jft    I  -\.    ���    ���.  * r ,  11.  I.!   . '  J".I"  ���*.��#" tes*-<'*������-  %&i_?_��i___i_J|7,  'l/l -H^SF. -VHS-J jfljTja Jt  SECHELT���Regular \meeting of Sechelt  village council scheduled for July 17, will be  held July 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal  hall, said clerk Neil Sutherland.  The July 17 meeting was postponed until  the later date, he told The Times.  Village planning officer Doug Roy is  expected to present a draft zoning bylaw of  'the village and regular business will be  conducted.  I-       ^ '������  J?' J   A  V & vfe*.--. ���        ���--��� ��� ��� i  �� 4 La* ��h. \l.a����w��� ��wi���.iiJw ��� ���*���.��� *a*m*Mwmd.l     Lit..��� --* I  l    -��  AMONG first visitors to new arts centre and James Small from Winnipeg,  in Whittaker House, Sechelt, are, from Learning to appreciate art are the  left, Joy Graham of Gibsons and Carol   Graham children. Centre opened July 20  Whittaker House now open ...  .i .  j..  ��� Ml    '   *  I. '   '  ��� ������ ji  yt  t  t - ,  \' i  ���'   '-', .  !��.-  i  r i  ���i   "i  la.     . ������         J  with exhibition of .arts and crafts by:,  local artists.  SECHELT���Sunshine Coast Arts Council  has finally found a home.  But whether or not the volunteer  organization will be able to remain in  Sechelt's historic Whittaker House depends  on public support, council president Doris  Crowston told The Times.  The group marked the opening of its arts  centre July 20 with an exhibition of paintings  and crafts by local artists. An estimated 200  people visited-the display during the day.  The Arts Council plans to open the ground  floor of Whittaker House to the public six  days a week. Upstairs rooms in the building  will be used for workshops. Eventually, the  council foresees renting space in the centre  to local artists to defray the rental cost of the  building.  Stressing the need for public support,  Mrs. Crowston said the council operate? on a  completely voluntary basis.  "The only revenue we receive apart from  sales commission is a B.C. Cultural Fund,  grant," she said. "Since this is awarded on a  per capita basis to all arts councils, our  group receives only $1,000."  Much of this grant is distributed to other  arts-oriented groups in the area, she said;  such as the Driftwood Placers in Gibsons. An  annual bursary, awarded to promising arts  students, accounts for another $150 of ttie  grant. ��� ��� *  The move to Whittaker House is viewed as  a great step forward for the council  Up to now, local artists had nowhere toI< /tHanL1^* ^r-  eeps  ounsts awoy  Poor weather and the attractions of Expo '74  in Spokane are taking their toll on the local  tourist trade, according to motel and marina  owners, ��� usually good barometers of the  coast's most lucrative secondary industry.  Donald Macdonald, owner of the Jolly  Roger Inn at Secret Cove, told The Times  tourist traffic was down at his motel almost  20 per cent over 1974.  " "I think there are three reasons for the  decline," he said. "The fair in Spokane, the  weather and the lousy publicity given to the  local ferry service."  On ferry service to the coast, he felt: "The  fellows working on them are doing the best  they can, but they took off two ferries and  that doesn't help."  i Monty Rolston, who took over Madeira  Park's Coho Marina Resort this year, said  his cabins and campsite have not been full  this season.  "From what people tell me, tourist traffic  is lousy."  He blamed the weather for much of the  decrease, but felt the gasoline shortage in the  U.S.A. was keeping many Americans at  home.  1 "Possibly Expo is having an effect, too,"  said Rolston.  Fishing in his area was "pretty good. In  fact, most people say it's better than last  year."' . ,  " Unfortunabely, there just aren't many.,  tourists around to take advantage of it.  In Gibsons* tourism is suffering, too.  Linda McNicoll, owner, with her husband,  George, of ��� the Sunnycrest^ Motel, said  tourists were "a small percentage fewer  day at tourist information booth in  Sechelt bus station. Grade 12\student at  Elphinstone {Secondary School says an  average of 20 visitors a day come to here  And the month isn't over  Ireland and Netherlands. The booth is  sponsored by Sechelt Chamber of  Commerce.  NEW HOME of Sunshine Coast Arts  Council of historic Whittaker House on  Sephelt's Cowrie Street. Constructed in  1912; building is one 6fi[few remaining  houses built by Herbert Whittaker, one  of the original white pioneers Jn Sechelt'  area. Centre opened July 20 with arts  and crafts exhibition, r  exhibit," said Mrs. Crowston. "Now they  have an arts cenlfe, where people can see and  buy their work." i  Monthly rental for the centre is around  $300, she said. And unless financial support is  forthcoming from the public, the council may  have to move out in three months.  "We also plan to approach local  businesses for support," she added.  After the centre's July 20 opening,  however, Mrs. Crowston was optimistic  about the council's future in Whittaker  House.  "We got a very gpod response from the  public," she said. "And with the growing  number of people taking art courses, there is  a definite need for an art centre in the area,"  The Arts Council is interested in the whole  spectrum of arts and crafts, emphasised  Mrs. Crowston, not just painting and carving.  , "We hope to hold musical recitals and  that type of thing in the near future," she  said.  July 28 through 31, the council is sponsoring a workshop on block printing at tho  new arts centre. Instruction will be given by  representatives of the Federation- of  Canadian Artists. Anyone interested should  phone 085-9P90 for further information.  Donations or enquiries About the coijncH's  work, should, be mailed to Sunshine Coast  Arts Council, Box 101, Sechelt.  When the weather is good, they come in  droves. Otherwise, they must stay a night or  two and go elsewhere."  All in all, the 1974 season is unlikely to be a  blockbuster for tourist-oriented businesses  on the Sunshine Coast.  The decline in revenue compared to the  previous year cannot yet be predicted. But  it's likely to be sizeable.  NEARLY FIVE-inches of rain-inundated the'  Sunshine Coast in the first-20 daysof July;-a  record - and there are 11 days left to go.  Last week the rainfall reached nearly an  inch -.96- and for the month to July 20, 4.99  inches poured down, That is a record for July  and, as weather officials pointed out, there  are. 11 days left in the soggy month.  When the sun shone on the weekend, one  ' local wagtyas Heard to coihment: '"IF&Tfice  'to have a sun break during the winter."  Boy pinned by log . . .  >%  DATE  HI  LO  PREC.  July 13  68  47  nil  July 14  66  54  nil  July 15  60  55  .03  July 16  59  50  '  .81  July 17  63  53  .12  July 18  69  56  nil  July 19  67  53-  '   nil  ���"" BIBIIIUBIBIBBIBBIBBBIBMBUBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBUIBB IHIHII.IIIIMHBll I | || II I *���������! BIBBBaBBIaBBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBIBMBBSIBIBIBBBIIBBBBBalBIBBII  O >_!8QS_I   '!'"'_7''��  by DICK  PROCTOR  ngs  Duo to a lack of legal-sized crabs, Pender  Harbour will bo closed to crab fishing for n  year,, It��y Kraft,'..fisheries' offlw, told mo,  Ray said that biologists from Nanaimo  made a study of the nrea and felt tho closure  ,-Is*ncco8Baryr��Tho-closuro-lavjuat Inaldo  Pondor Harbour but, said Roy, "It reflects  tlio poor situation coastwise," ��� !  Tho closure takes effect July 20,  Times outdoors colunlst, Brian Baker  predicts   the   noxt   closure   will   bo   In  Gibsons area,  * * ��� i i t i i ��� �� i ��� i i i  MMMIMIIMIMIlMIIMIMIMIMIUIIlMIMIIIIMIMIIMIMIIMIMllalt  TIDESFOR THE WEEK  July Mth to July 30th, 1974  ot Point Atkinson  ���..Notttv'b�� uvwd for navigation <���'  24  0432  4.9  27  0722  2,7  w.  1010  11,0  Sa,  0250  11,5  0352  5.0  0712  6,7  1029  14.3  .,  1  29  0932  1.3  20  0035  12,5  Th.  1140  10.7  Su,  0022  2.4  *  0447  6,0  0405  12,1  1109  13,0  ���'  0047  9,9  26  0627  3.3  29  0115  11.9  -Pr."  0129  10.9  -Mr*  0912  -i.2  0547  0.3  0905  12,7  1140  13.1  _,.L._.  1007  9.9  30  Th.  0220  1002  0955  1007  11.6  2,1  13.0  J"r9,7"  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES 8, SERVICE  MERCURYLAND  SECHELT      ' 009.9626  ^IIIUIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIMIIIBIHIBBIMBBBBBIaBBBIBIIIIIII  Nowihat, D,C,.���Tolj8 .switching, phones,,,  around In,Roberts Creek from, Gibsons ox-,  change (flno) to Socholt (085), Is It inappropriate that wo onco ngaln start hitting lho  company for Interlisting of telephone  numbers,  Tho now plan takes effect Aug, 1 and  you'll havo a heck of a tlmo knowing whoro to  loolf for n phono number of someone who  Uvea In Roberts Creek.  First B.C, Tol said Iho dividing point  would bo dotornilncd JK you lived oast or wost  of Roberta Creok (lho. rtreom, "not tho  community) but now tha,t has apparently  gone by tho waysldo.  Ono Important number, to bo changed will  bo lho Roberts Crook flro department  nurrtber t�� 885-3222. But that iHn't effective  until 12:01 a.m, Aug. l.��� until then, continue  -todlnl tho old number, If you hnvo n flro. Hint  Is. :   ' , '  tmiHlllliMHMIl\lHliniMHinlUl|IM  LlonH Club sponsored swimming clnBses  start In Porpolao Bay Monday, Lessons  under Instructor Suzanno Evnnot?. will bo  open to all nRes, Clnssoa will run Mondays to  Fridays until Aug. s,  Big bad John Black my peri pal from tlio  B,C, Pen Is out,  Nope, no parole for Black Jack Black, ho  soryed his full term, "and I havo no regrets,"  ho told mo last week, However, ho was  calling from tho Pen rrr tho Pen Hotel, this  tlmo. Ho didn't Btay on tho Porilnsula long,  Ho'a heading up to tho Okanagan for a Job.  iipt*��i.|iii  i i t i i �� * t i i i i t i  Overheard! Slncoreat form of self  criticism la suicide,       '7'��� i  ���   i   ���  * t I l t i i> t ��� i i i i i t l i �� i i i i | l ) l * I i ( �� i I t I l M �� * * l i l  Mrs. Rosalie Gowor of Vernon, B.C.'a  part-time commissioner with tho Canadian  lladlo-Tolovlslon Commissl6n, w|H bo on tho  Sunshine Coast, Friday, July 20, Anyone  concerned about television and radio should  direct'that concern to Maryanno WcHt.flilfl-  ?.147,  i t t i I i �� > i i i i ��, ) i i i i  i �� ��� i i t �� . �� i i i  >*)�����*  I  l.  I  I  M  i  l  I  1  t  I  I  i  I  t  <  I  I  Boh Foxall, tho capable publicist for Iho  Senior Citizens Association, said tho date of  tho senior citizens trip to the PNE will bo  Aug.21, Tho dale listed In hla last column Is  wrong.  ��\  Newspapers aren't dead nnd In fact n now  metropolitan nowppnper will soon open up In  Now York Cl(.y��� tho homo of bo mnny great  publlcntlon.1 Hint hnvo folded in the pnst  severnl yenrs.  Thin time, tho New York Press is  scheduled to begin publication early In 1975.  Tho new paper will bo n full-size, eight  column afternoon dally, and will be tho  United Slates' "first totally automated  major newspaper."  Now publisher John B. Olson, formerly of  tlio Chicago Tribune, said;  '��1 am eagerly looking forward to controlling tho destiny nnd mld-wlflng Iho birth  of the spneo-ago publication which will bo tho  0e�� X>ng�� A-f.  SECHELT���A'group of angry mothers  wants' B.C. Hydro to fence off Its Norwest  ���Bav Road pole lot. ''  Last week, 10-year-old Eric Materi, son of  Ken Materi of Norwest Bay Road, severely  hurt his knee while playing on a pile of poles  stacked on the lot.  "Suro," said Mrs. Suzanno Materi, the  boy's stepmother, "Wo'vo told our children  to stay off the poles but such a pile of logs  means adventure to any child and thoydon't  recognize the, danger���especially the  younger ones,"  , Eric and his friend, Peter Brackctt, 11,  also of Norwest Bay Road, were playing on  the stack of poles July 17i The poles were  stacked ''at least 10 feet high and thoy had  Just recently been stripped and It was  , raining," said Mrs, Materi, "and Uioy wore  slippery, they were llko grease,"  Tho boys wore climbing tho poles to reach  > lizard nest on'the other sldo of tho stack, As  tho logs wore slippery, tho boys 'decided to  climb back down and go around. Petor, on  tho end of tho logs, saw tho top polo roll'nnd  -ho yelled to Eric who wasln the centre.' peter -  Jumped off but Eric liad to clomb down but ho  wasn't fast enough. Tho poles caught htm  and pinned his log between two other poles.  "Peter ran to get mo," said Mrs, Materi,  who lives noxt door to tho polo lo|,.  "I wont running out nnd tried to lift tho log  off Eric myself, I didn't succeed but I did  manage to put my own back out, Potor ran to  Kohuch'n to phono (ho doctor and I ran'to  Kwnsncy's (across Uio street) to phono tho  flro department,",Mrs. Malorl paid Uiat sho  was so upset sho couldn't think of who else to  phono, ,  "Lonoro Kohuch, Hni\e| Kwnsnoy, Poter  /ind I rigged up a lever tp lift tho log so Hint  wo hnd Eric out by tho tlmo anyone enmo,"  Police wcro tho first on lho scene, sho snld  and then the fire department nnd then tho  doctor.  Tho flro department rescue unit took Eric  to tho hospital where his legs whs X-rayed,  "There wcro no broken bones hut his leg wnR  bruised and he hurl his muscles,"  Mrs, Mnterl said that tho logs wore  plucked at least io feet high but Blnco tho  Incldont, thoy were spread out ovor tho lot,  with lcfw chance of rolling,  "However," she added, "children can still  lw Injured climbing over them." Hydro lias  ono sign nt tho entrance lo lho lot disclaiming  responsibility. If anyone is injured while  tresspassing.  "But what child stops to itead signs/' she,  asked,  Several of the mothers In the area vowed  to send a petition to B.C. Hydro to have the  lot fenced off.  B.C, Hydro district manager Erich  Hensch was on vacation but Laurie Evans,  Hydro employee in charge of Hie pole lot,  said that the lot was not fenced, ^because Hie  site ls more orless a temporary (one. He said  that ho wasn't sure of the cost of fencing Hie  lot but agreed it would cost all of $2,000. ,  A Hydro lawyer called Mrsj Materi and  asked her to submit a claim for restitution  including medical expenses and other items.  "But can even B.C. Hydro pay, or even  make any sort of restitution, for all the pain  and anguish caused by downright negligence  on their part." ���  Mrs. Materi and the other mothers said  that if action Isn't taken, they may sit across  (the entrance to tho lot, denying Hydro access  to tho poles,  The women demand Uiat Hydro fence tho  lot and put an adequate lock on the gate,  "What's money when a child's life is In  danger, or even if there is a possibility of  Injuring or maiming a youngster."  At any rate, Eric and Peter said they  won't play in Hie lot any more,,  ��� a ..ft ,[7,71VlV\a,V.'�� pVXV*    'i..t * Xj^WWWWI^feSjftj^fc^  i. .'p,7f>-,*.' -\ .XlV.., a,��vlI, i .jv.      r3^v*%^i��p1  " l    p .t  .* o \ ,  v< ':a\.a,..p   p* V. i    ' FVvps .   v** .^t-*t\,  a '/      ���!'    *        *��>.    k*.  v.' VaVa,,V,a%��|\V,V^,l>l*V     '   T-V(�� < .P��*V">-!" <  '  i\M :\\ !.���'.��� ������ 'p 7%i V '^^"Vw 7" - 7  ��� .-     Vi'.%'avv^ Av ,V.;'  ���:  ^-' >'  ERIC MATEW, loft nnd Potor Prackctt    was pinned boncnth ono of tho Mr Io��s.  won't l)p climbing tho stocked B.C.    (More pictures Inside).  Hydro poloa nRnln. Ton-ycnr old Eric      . \  4  h**���J>J*^,*aja�����i��f^r^r^ftnffrirfinrnnnrtn"r��tnrrnnnnnr^fi��nnnnnnnniTifiiii^  y  '7 maylbe yfrbng, but Vshall not be so wrong as to fail to say ~wharl believe'to'berrighf."  ��� J     ,      -   ' ���John Atkins .  ,        , ', ,'   ' Richard T. Proctor;" Managing Editor  ��BMa��MBBi��BwaBB��fiiwwwin��fw>iiivva>wwywww>w��w��w^  nr��e, ��  The United Nations is alarmed over a  world-wide nurse shortage���so critical  it. is hording up health services delivery  in both developed*and under-developed  countries. ; "7. 7   .    .  Yet in Britain some nurses work in  want  self-  their  ge  arid obedience must go.. They  nurses to be independent,  regulatory, ready to fight for  rights.  .   '       ,   - '    .   ���  Today's  nurses  must  have  more  striptease joints to supplement their  H'^f dhS *lSgH,s  meager wages. "     longer,their   hours   unpredictable,  Right now Europe is short 50,000  nurses���but poor nations are hardest  hit. North. America has a ratio of 50  nurses per 10,000 population;,the Soviet  Union, 41; Europe, 28.5 ? but Asia has  only 5.5 and Latin America'and the  Caribbean limp along with a bare 2.3.  . The United Nations study found nurses  dreadfully,underpaid.arid under-valued  with more -deserting the ranks than  entering. Experts feel the traditional  image of the nurses associated with  religious orders and charity, poverty  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all  not necessarily those of The'-Times. A  originali must be signed by the writer.  ; direction, I just don't put out my thumb. Let  him pass.        'fc-^ -      "  I generally dop't become angered if  people p^ss mjsjbj^asit is their choice to have .  a passengerTor not, but I do belive your ,  editorial will add to Hie spreading paranoia  of our society. Peoplewill start seeing me as 7  a murdered rather man Keith Wallace.  .   JKeifli. Wallace   .  7"7 ' ' R.R/2, Gibsons  7  yet society values them less/ While  salaries in the medical profession soar,  pay for nurses in many countries falls  far below fledgling clerks and unskilled  manual.laborers.   . <  In Canada shortages are defined by  rlong waits for,hospital beds,and new  medical wings being unable to open for  lack of staff. The crisis will worsen  .unless nurses-are given better pay and  working conditions, higher social and  economic status, collective bargaining  aria even the right to strike. \ -  Coast-Chilcotin has a new member of  Parliament, Jack Pearsall, and he has a  tough job ahead for him, one many  persons would consider unenviable.  In a tough fight (any Coast-Chilcotin  election campaign is tough) he wrested  the seat away from Harry Olaussen and  successfully,' held off. Tory Lome  Greenaway. All candidates' knew that  they had been in a scrap but it was a  good election-clean and with no mud  slinging. Just the issues.  Harry  Olaussen  will  be   missed.  quantity as a federal member. It is  unfortunate that there were no all-  candiditatesjneetings in our area of the  constituency because that is a good  barometer of a candidate's capabilities.  Nevertheless, Harry Olaussen should  receive good,marks for his representation of the people of Coast-Chilcotin.  He deserves the riding's thanks..  For Progressive Conservative Lome        ,        ���    _  Greenaway, ^it wds a well-fought elec-   couragement on this subject.  Canadian culture  blending of ethnics  Editor,'The Times   a  Sir:, The Vancouver Province editorial,  Canada in Costume of July 5,1974 presented  some thought-provoking views on the ethnic  groups in Canada. As a member pf one of the.  ethnic groups I cannot see any relevancy in  introducing Canada's problem in reconciling  the two founding cultures,  ' The Royal Commission on bilingualism  reported a few years ago: "There cannot be  one cultural policy for Canadians of British  and French origin, another for the original  peoples (Hie Indians, the true Canadians)  and yet a third for'all others."  A truly Canadian culture will be Hie  blending of all Hie ethnic groups. The best of  the world's culture brought here by our  immigrants* The Province editorial read in  part, as follows:  "The presence of Hie 60 national groups in  their natiional costumes at the Canada Day  celebrations in Vancouver this week  illustrates the diversity of the Canadian  nation. It also illustrates a certain  . vulnerability in Can.adaian nationhood'.  '...It's hard enough for an individual,'let  along a nation to grow in several cultures at  Hie same time.' Canada's problems in'  reconciling Hie two ��� founding cultures is  evidence enough of that.  "...If they reflect a determination among  the groups to maintain tandem cultures  within ttie Canadian community, at the  expense of our progress toward our own  Canadian nationhood, our own individual  identity among nations, we should think  twice   about   giving   them   official   en-  tion battle arid he used a finely planned  campaign to good advantage. In his first  because it is recognized that he was a bid in the federal election field, he made  conscientious worker for his con-' a strong impression, especially in his  stituents. He was .just beginning to feel home grounds of Williams Lake, and the  his strength and find his way around the Sechelt area. That he also did a job of  labyrinth that is known as the federal vote getting in. the coastal area is  system of government. Twenty months * revealed in ttye fact that he took a strong  is hardly tiriie enough to learn any job second place in the voting.  let alone become proficient at it. Independent Gerry Karagianis,  O aussen was concerned for all his however was counted out of aeriou^  constituents not just his party *up- ^fog.   But he m  rovide moments  porters. He came through when Sechelt of corilic relief during ^ campaign.  village council called on him for support  in several instances. He made himself  available to local government officials  and representatives, and individuals.  But Olaussen was the victim of NDP  backlash aimed largely, one supposes,  at the provincial government. Too,  Canadians were obviously concerned  over,the lack of stable government and  felt uneasy about the bed partnership  between the federal Grits and socialists.  So capable, devoted persons like  Olaussen were the victims.  Pearsall, well-known in Powell River  as a returning officer and long-time  resident, isK of course, an unknown  But he managed to focus wide attention  on the riding because of his unusual  nose-picking campaign.  " So the Coast Chileotin returns to the  Liberal fold and will be getting a new  MP���One who is ready and willing to  accept the responsibilities as a member  of Parliament. We can appreciate the  challenges that face him as a novice MP  in Ottawa.  Now that we have elected Mi*.  Pearsall, we should communicate the  needs of, this riding to him and encourage him in his work as our new  member of parliament.  Let the pnMie kn^w  Watergate is having its effect in  Canada, said an Ontario cabinet  minister, and the public is demanding  investigation of people in, authority,  according to the editor of the Wingham  (Ont.) Advance-Times. ,  The minister -was referring  specifically to the demand for an investigation into a police raid pn a Fort  Erie hotel recently in which dozens of  female patrons were searched for  drugs���a search which included the  stripping of all the women and rectal  and vaginal examinations with no  doctors present.  The minister added that any, action  on the part of the government or police  which is not openly explained seejns to  Indicate to the public that something is  being hidden,  That,is a truth which almost any  news reporter could have told government years ago. The tendency to hold  in camera meetings of public boards  and committees always leaves the  suggestion that there is something fishy,  going on.  The press is frequently branded as a  trouble making agency, particularly by  those in positions of authority who don't  want to answer to the electors for their  Royal Bank of Canada monthly news  letter of November 1973, makes interesting  reading on this subject.  "An ethnic mosaic.  "Canadian citizenship today is a compendium of all Canada's past, contributed to  by people from many countries. Every  successing generation has added to the'  wealth o.f knowledge and Hie store of wisdom  thatwas bequeathed to it. Every generation  has been aware of the possibility of improvement, and has contributed its share.  "Having "assembled Hie vivid and adventurous spirits of numberous races,  Canada has evolved a social philosophy Uiat  may be called an ethnic mosaic.  "John Murray Gibbon wrote in Hie  preface to his book Canadian Mosaic: "Some  politicians want to see these (ethnic groups)  merged as quickly as possible into one  standard type, just as our,neighbours in the  United States are hurrying to make every  citizen a 100 per cent American. Others  believe in trying to preserve, for the future  Canadian race Hie most worthwhile qualities  and traditions that each racial groups has  brought with it.  SOMETHING OF VALUE  ,aWe believe that every race has  something of special value which it can  - .contribute to the attainment of Canada's high  ideals. We believe that we must make useful  to Canada the unique good that is in Hie  adopted citizen. We believe that in' differentiation, and not in uniformity, lies the  path of greatest personal and national  development, We. believe that Canadian  unity' and identity are strengthened through  intergroup understanding and increased  participation by all citizens in their local and  national communities.  "In diversity is a treasury of riches.  Nothing is valued more by our citizens who  came from other countries than the sense of  being fully accepted in Hie Canadian community without having to conform to a  specified pattern,  "A government multicultural policy,  announced in October 1971, is designed to  encourage ethnic groups and to help them to  actions or decisions. It was the much-   develop, their culture and share It with their  maligned press which exposed the  Watergate scandal in the first place,  arid i few would now contend that the  scandalous facts of the,messy business  should have been dealt with by some  government committee meeting behind  closed doors,      .  '  stagnation. We borrow and accept from  others the ideas, beliefs and practices that  will enhance our own culture. The outcome,  some time in future, will be a Canadian  culture to which all have contributed and  from which all benefit. . ";.  "Canada's variegated population, may be  likened to the little dabs of color an artist;  spreads on his palette. With, these colors,  ; Canada can paint a masterpiece showing  national life at its, more beautiful and its  illustrious "  .The recent folkfest was a revealing and  brilliant preview of what could be in store for'  Canada's own eventual and national culture.  With Hie blending of the colorful culture of  all Hie ethnic groups Canada has Hie promise  of a true national culture that could be the  envy of the world. . -,  '    OttoNordling  235 E 16th Avenue  Vancouver, B.C.  Hitchhikers critical of  The Times editorial  Editor, The Times ">   '  Sir Your editorial urging a ban on hitch-  ''hiking (The Times, July 17) has le��t me quite  distressed. I am a hitch-hiker. I have been  hitch-hiking on this coast for 2M>years and it  is my preferred form of. transportation. I  have no driver's .licence, have never even  had one and at this point do not desire to  drive which is, my choice and my right.  Getting rides on this' coast is relatively  easy with a veriety of people kindly stopping  to pick me up. I walk until I come to a spot  where cars can pull off the road.  Hitch-hiking being my method of transportation means that's how most of my  groceries and supplies are gotten. And, of  course, there is getting to work which partly  consists of helping an elderly couple at the  end of Porpoise Bay Road. Periodically I end  up walking four or five miles, that's aside  from walking the mile from my home to the  highway and back. I must say though that  drivers have been most considerate concerning my bi-weekly trip up Porpoise Bay.  What about public transportation? Taxis  are out of Hie question. Buses are also too  expensive. I would like a less comfortable  bus that cost less. Also, are there any buses'  that go by the bottom of my road at 7:30 a.m.  to get me-to work on time?. No.  In all my years of hitch-hiking which  number nearly eight, I have never had any  dangerous experiences. Occasionally a  driver drives too fast'for my liking but then I  just get out before my planned destination.  - Sometimes when I see a car speeding in my  Nature lovers Jecnre trail  as they found it���natural  ; Editor, The Times ' . -  Sir: A group of nature-lovers from Van-  Sympdthy appreciated  ���Editor, The Times:  , Sir i May I express my sincere thanks to all  Hie friends, in Sechelt and district for kind  expressions of sympathy in Hie loss of my  dearwife Carrie. It was wonderful to think of  . the friends who remembered us when Carrie  was very ill, I will never forget Hie kindness  known to me in my sorrow. Special thanks to  my nieces Eileen Evains, Mary Gross and  Carrie Tinson of Richmond.  .  I must not forget Dr._Paetkau and Dr.  Burtnick for Hie kindness^ shown to'Carrie  during her illness. The church service  conducted by Father E, Lehner, Father  ���.Kenny, and Father Fitz-gerald will never^be  forgotten. It was beautiful and very much; in  couver went hiking on the Peninsula recently , keeping with, what Carrie would want,  fellow citizens.  "Within civilization,'there Is diversity of  culture, The royal commission on  bilingualism and blculturallsm reported a  few years ago: 'There cannot be ono cultural  policy for Canadians of British and French  origin another for the original peoples and;  yet a third for all others.'  "No culture Is over complete. That would be  and I happened to trail along pn one of their  hikes.  There were about 65 people in all,  although ttey spread out along the trail in  small groups, chatting in conversational  voices, so that it it did not seem like such a  large number. They seemed to have a wide  range of occupations and national  . backgrounds. Their name is the Vancouver  Natural History Society.  I was interested to see what the trail  would look like after the 65 people had come  and gone. 7    *  Well, for one things they left no garbage.  Not    one    scrap    that'.   I"   could    see.  We passed tracks of bear and deer in the  dried mud. On the way back Hie tracks were  still there���people must have seen them and  , walked around. Someonejioticed an unusual  plant beside the logging road and drew a big  arrow in Hie dirt^Everyone had a look at the  plant. Nobody harmed it. '     .    - ,  Even Hie slugs in our patch (minding their  own business far from anyone's garden)  instead of meeting their usual fate of being  smeared all over Hie trail, were still toiling  along happily, like me after the 65 people  hald gone.  Now, don't you feel cheerful?  ' Iris E. Griffith Egmont  Walter Safety says,  "Investigate conditions  BEFORE entering the  water, and always swim  with a buddy."-  I must thank all our friends for the flowers  and cards I received and a special thanks to  the Ladies Auxilliary of the Royal Canadian  Legion and the Legion Members of Branch  140 Royal Canadian Legion.  Thanks again to everyone for Hie kindness  and it will not be forgotten.  W.J. Mayne  . Box 163, Sechelt.  Times gone  by  .JULY 25, 1973 - Mayor Ben Lan&Nhas  urged a second high school for Sechelt���  Selma Park area.    ,7  Elphinstone, in the form of trailers, is  preparing a split shift system in Sep-  . tember, said . principal Don Montgomery. '- .-' f . ,/  Roberts Creek Community  Association urges, a bylaw prohibiting  gatherings of large groups, following the  "happenings" at Roberts Creek General  Store over the July~ 1 weekend.  . Directors of the regional/district have  recommended that the main highway be  relocated on the B.C. Hydro right-of-  way. ' >  JULY 23,1969 - Sunshine Coast Regional  District, expropriated Sechelt Waterworks Co. but the firm has rejected the  moye. Arbiters are expected to be  appointed.  fi a,    ' . <8  i knder harbour mm , 1  . , 1.  Sand ��� Drain Rock ��� Crushed Gravel, etc.  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks to serve you.  R.R. 1. GARDEN BAY  PHONE: 883-9911'  fMriii/iiimmrijmi/iifij^^^  There are over 50 points of difference  (and superiority) in a NATIONAL Home  compared to others in the industry.  YOU TOO, SHOULDMAKE  A FtEATURE-BY-FEATURE  COMPARISON   v  ���        ��� p     ��� ..    .''���:������   .  Before you.Jniy or build any homo, make the,comparison  like we did.','.  National ope..  Compare such  you'll see over 50 points of difference in the  BIGGER, BETTER, HEAVIER, THICKER.  features as' wall and roof sheathing, basic  designing, cabinetry, windows and other important items.,.  ,   more, than enough to convince you of National's VALUE.  home designs In NatlonaCsicatalogues, Custom building too,  , If you have a fgvourltc "dream home" plan, Prit before you  start that all-Important purchase, make the comparison of a  NATIONAL home with any on the market, Now hoy/many  home* cani'/twite comparison ((he that? Send for Information  today,  LOCAl ARE A SALES AND SERVICE  Pave Whidden  Sechelt  885-2746  "IT  I  I  I '  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  . .m.am m ..am ,m m���. M/MUXQUPON-TO  HOMES LIMITED 0PT'  NATIONAL  HOX 2'1S, AlWOTTSFORD, n.C. V2S 4N9  Hfiiw ttwl mc 1nt'orm��tron kbrnitthe home pactsn/scj In National's  c*UI��hii<��, No pchitrfto or nt>l.gallon.  NAMR    ;  ADDRESS  *   I    (   t    I  PIIQN1, Wednesday, July 24, 1974       The Peninsula Times r ..      Page A-3  ..mmj..��<i...i-.i..u.ii,.i.pi..p,.. n 1.1 u MMifM.iim��iMiMi a liiiiiiu.inMMBii^MMMMu.���.nwi  ���V ) i    a,,    ...  a�� ��i^r  i j,  '���     J .<  ^5^-  ff'  _��-���* ���  /  Xs  \  ^  /  /  y  l.SV^p    -.* . *\\- a Ut *' a  170, WATT  amplifier-receiver FM / AM tuner)  The amplifier is designed for  2-channel    , stereo .  and  diversified 4-channel stereo  Regularly $798.00  / CS 350 TAPE  (     CASSETTE  \ Regularly $259.00  \   MAGIC  \  PRICE:  MAGIC  PRICE:  00  MEET T]  EXPER  The AKAI Sales Rep.  in the store  /        A" _.        ^S^^CK^  * .   __. ^.^ *     cr prf^? - ___-^T <. ^*  __Ue ���       X -V,J"7  '/  STEREO  TURNTABLE  'Immm'mm ". mm��,mMmmmmiimi,iiiimiii��t  2-motor system, mag. cart.  Regularly $289,00  MAGIC  PRICE:  AKAI  SPEAKERS  4-way system .with high and  Midrange level controls.  Rcgi^^  MAGiC;  PRICE:  U^r^sru,.. '&r^lrii  ./.  VhM  AKAtj-g^M       \  ���wfiP-4   ���*���%!  ���h ?r ^-b* i ._j_ .�����<   *^'  H*- ������,   I    ..J,   __��� Ii  Ji-il?^7  '    .      - -   -- -  Jfw .     ���    ��'1.   .1* ��� ���  >  REEL-TO-REEL  TAPE MACHINE  1   .     ' ' ��� t i  One-Micron Gap Head  VU Meters for precise sctr '  ���!.  ting"   of   recording   .and  playback    levels.    Dual  monitoring.  ��.-..7��^  MAGIC  A-  r  1        a   *  '  .   I  'J  'i .VI i  *W*<* ^  ��; ii/  PRICE:  iOO  ��PPWWIP*��'*"'_!  AKAI'910  7 Stereo Receiver  PACKAGE  "^SPECIAL-'  50 Watt amp  Speakers with J2 woofers  Garrard  Turntable  with  Share Mag. cart.       .^^  Regularly $620.00       T>RICE:  !  a&iSl  l  ssw  PRICES EFFECTIVE!  Friday and Saturday  .Inly 26th and 27th  Friday-9 a.m, to 9 p.m.  Saturday-9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  ���^i���^1^717*'* *V   .���'���vU.J\��Jjf*S'/,,-''!*'  '������."       s-/3*  \ ���^-  ���   .'/.//    j.?J-<-r^��� ������ ..   ���\      _        _     r\ ?.���     'a-'*..,j.,-*. \   >v *-~~"  a  5  We're on Cowrllo Street In  Sechelt,  ,., PHONE:JftB572522.. f&  For Fast Ad-Brief .Service  PHONE  885-9654 -  885-2635 - 886-2121  BIRTHS  ~ GIBSONS AND SECHBLT  WESTERN DRUGS    .  ... are pfocaad to sponsor thta  8Mb  AtseouncemMit space,  and  0xtta& Best Wfohea to tha happy  pOafQStfO*  RICHARD, and Margaret  Gooldrup" are delighted to  announce the birth' of their  second daughter, -Chrisity Louise, born on July jilth, 1974, a  baby sister for Nicole. 808-35  COMING EVENTS  ��� ��� -_-_.���_���-������  SPIRITUAL group starting development circle and healing for those interested. Phone  886-7540. 813-35  CARD OF THANKS  I WISH to sincerely thank  the many friendsfand neighbors for their kindnesses and  sympathies ��during the reeent  ���loss of my beloved father Joseph Chimes. Special thanks  to Mr. and Mrs���Holden, .Sgt.'  Saunders and ms family and  ithe Rev. Williamson.     819-35  I .WOULD like to thank Joan  Cunningham and Bob Sum-'  merfield for their promptness  and kindness to-me during my  sudden illness. ���(Mrs.) Vera  Grafton. 833-35.,  REGARDING the recent accident to our son Eric on the  hydro pole lot on Norwest Bay  Road, we would like to express '  our very sincere thanks to Dr.  Lepard, our fire department  and the local RCMP for all the  help given and also our kind  neighbors. ���Ken and Suzanne  Materi. - 835-35  PQRSONAL ,:  ALCOHOLICS. Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson 'Creek- Commun- ���  ity Hall. Phone 885-9409; 885-  2896; 885-2896. In Madeira  Park, meetings Wednesdays at  8:30 p.m. in the-. Community  Hall, phone 883-2401.      709-tfn  COMMISSION an original ink  " drawing, " water color of  your boat, cottage or house.  Reasonable rateg.;!Call Andrew  Krumins, 885-260l.v       345-tfn  BAHA'IS believe in Universal  Peace and that religious and  racial prejudice and superstition must be overcome^ Phone  886-2078 and 885-9450.  628-tfn  HELP WANTED  \TAXI drivers. Class r 4. licence  required. Age 19 min. Male  or female. Phone 885-2251.  ���_ 687-35  Men or women who are looking for opportunities to display  ���their skills and know-how in  producing logs are invited to  ��� phone, write, or call in person  at JACKSON BROS. LOGGING CO. tiTD. af Wilson  Creek on the Sechelt Peninsula,  Positions available:  Machinery Oj^eratprs  Loading MacHipjq| Operators  Hook Tenders  Rigging Slingers  Landing People  Mechanic Welders  Choker People'  Log Scaler (part-time) with  ticket  Bone heads, irresponsible types  and .tjhose afflicted with char-  .   Rcteristlcs of absenteeism need  not 'bother, to apply.   7 "  PHONE 885-2228  Mall address���RR No. 1, Sechelt, B.C. Office located on highway at Wilson Creek.  ,   h 0505-35  BABYSITTER for 2 email boys  "7 2 nnd 4, preferably, in Socholt area. 9 a.m. to.5:30 p.m.  ' Call Carole Skinner,, Sechelt  Beauty Salon (Tubs, to Sai).  005-2818. 810-35  HELP WANTED (Cont.)  i  AVON  I have open territories in Gibsons, Sechelt and Granthams.  One can be yours. As an Avon  " Representative you'll earn  good money, choose your own  hour's. Sound interesting? Call  885-2183 or 339-2617 collect.  9566-tfn  APPLICATIONS are being re-  ceived by Bank of oMntreal  - for positions of typists and a  part time teller. Phone 885-  2221 for apt. with" administration manager. 836-35  WORK WANTED  * 2   FOR all your carpentry needs,  call A.  Sheppard Contract- .  ing  at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  LIGHT  moving   an^  hauling.  House and garden mainten- .  ance. Rubbish ��� removal. Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates  Gibsons to -Sechelt. Also fire- ,  ��� place wood for sale, $15 per  load delivered. Phone Norm,  .886-9503.   ' < 9983-tfn  JOHN'S Construction, licenced  carpenter'will do all carpentry work and painting in district. Ph. 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  EXPERIENCED     bookkeeper  would   like   small   set   of  books. Reasonable, also payroll.  Write Box 1172, Sechelt.  841-35  FINISHING carpenter. Custom  caibinets. Quality work. Ph.  885-2995.' 845-37  .CARPENTER.  Sundecks, carports, additions, etc. Phone  886-9376 eves. 848-35  LIVESTOCK  Poge,A,4^-Penihsulo Tjmesy Wednesday, July 24, 1974    ^     & ENGINES (Con*.,     MOBILE HOMES (Can't) MOBILE HOMES (Cent.)  TRAILERS  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone: 885-9654  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River   News  Town  Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechdlt, B.C.  Established 1963  or 885-2635  Box Numbers  50c extra s  As  of  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross' Circulation 4446,  Paid   Circulation   3894  filed with the  Audit  Bureau  Circulation,  subject to  audit.  '   Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  jne 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 j  publication date.  .Legal or Reader advertising  40c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after that. Four  words per line.     '   l  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area  $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Arec _.7$8.00 yr.  U.S.A. .. $10.00yr.  Overseas  $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area  $6.00  Singlo Copies  15e  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  "with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge Is made for advertising accepted and put into  production,, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.   '    '  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the edition.of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  17 FT. BOAT, trailer and 65  , ,h.p.   o.b.   Merc.   Take    all, _  ���$1500. Ph. 885-2496 after 6 p.m.  1     '      :    ,753-36 "  17 FT. RUNABOUT, FG over  plywood.   1972   50  hp   elec.  Merc.  2 tanks,  tack, etc. Ph.  885-2122. 685-35  14-FT.   Thermoglas,    50   h.p.  Merc. 5 mts. old. Phone 885-.  9094. 820-35  12 FOOT fibreglass,. brand new  paint, 25 hp Evinrude, newly  rebuilt with new controls for  $975. 883-9617, Roger Clement.  748-tf  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have'1 trailer space available. Phone 885-2375.   9968-tfn  BROADMORE 12x60, 2 BR,  sliding glass doors. Bright spa-,  cious kitchen with built-in  double ovens, 17 cu. double  door fridge, built-in buffet, raised front UR, Colonial decor  and furnishings. Full price  $9500. Phone 883-9191.     838-35  MOTORCYCLES  '73  YAMAHA,   360cc  Enduro.  Low mileage. Excellent con  dition. Phone 886-7035.  624-tfn  1970    450    HONDA    chopper,  11,000   mis.   Must  be   seen.  Best offer takes. 886-2300.  783-tfn  HONDA 500-4, 5000 mis. $1500.  Phone around 6 p.m. Phone  886-9393. 790-36  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Esc.  '67 FORD Mustang. Fast back.  , Brakes, transmission, clutch  and motor rebuilt. 5 chrome  wheels, 6 new tires, $1500.  Phone 883-2454 or 883-2392.  715-35  '60 GMC Vz ton. Olds, powered  auto. Good condition, $1025.  Phone 886-2535. - 766-36  BOATS & ENGINES  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM. SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds'  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  ,   Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  MAXICROP  Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer  We are1 on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE  886-7527   '     9561-tfn  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  12    HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  ��� GENTLE young milking goat.  ��� $75. Phone 885-9984.     ���  830-35  GOOD looking-10 yr. old Pal.  gelding, 15,2 hands high,,  $225 or best offer, and 1 western saddle, blanket and bridle,  All in ��ew condition, $125. Ph.  083-2390. i    832-35  PIGS,    breeding; stock    and  weariersi Phono 886-9040,  . '        853-35,  MUST glvo away Lab ci'oss  who loves children and has,  had shots. Phone 883-2401.  ������ ������" ���-'���-.���-��������� ��� �����-...,���'-������ ��� 865-30  USE TIMES ADJ3BIEFS  TO SELL, BENT, SWAP, BUY  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  -   REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. - 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  SECLUDED LAKE SHORE ACREAGE: on beautiful Sakinaw Lake.  850'' of loke frontage, approximately 25 acres in all, Unspoiled  semi-waterfront building sites among flrs4 cedars and hemlocks.  Timber valued at $15,000, Privacy and seclusion assured through  private road. The Jake offers excellent swimming, boating and  fishing, An opportunity for group purchase or young peoples  camp. F.P, $115,000 with terms,  , LOCKYER ROAD: 5 acres, nicely treed, stream running through,  corner property. Road on two sides, Good holding proporty or  can be small farm. Full price $29,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: 4-plox located on view proporty In village,  .close to all amenities, This property is attractively priced In tho  high 60's, with excellent financing available, The property has  good development potential and should bo considered by anyone  Interested In revenue holdings,  the bost residential  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD7  ��(ON:HIGHWAY��l6l-AT��FI^NCIS-p'ENINSUU��ROAD>^  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  GARDEN BAY LAKE - 22 acres with sotno lako frontage, excel-  lent subdivision potontlal,, F,P. $60,000,  MARINA   excollont potontlal -good Income - Room for expansion ��� High gross ��� details at offlco,  REDROOFFS ��� Excellent building lot with 240' frontage on  , ,    Redrooffs Road, Full prlco $9,000,  RUBY LAKE -��� cornor lot. Non-waterfront, $7,000,  T  TI IRFII CABINS ��� on ono lot ��� within 50' of oxcollont boach.   ;_ _ .___-^.. jy!!j3*��59ol___J _j _���_:_,,_���  Approx.  1 aero lot, could ba commorclal cornor. F.P. $22,000.  \  -r r  1600 en, ft. homo with 3 bqdrooms,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ..   . t  wall to wall, largo living room with hoalalalor flroplaco, largo  workshop, A lovely home on two level acre*, Good buy at $55,000.  John Broen  1183-9978  PHONE 883-2794  t''     '  Arcnlo Brayton  883-9926  Jock Harmon  883-2745  DAVIS BAY: '3 bedroom view homo with landscaped lot. Largo  Working kitchen, vlow from living room and master bedroom.  Two-car garago adjoining homo, This quality property Is only two  blocks from Beach. It Is located in one of t *  - areas, $38,000,  SELMA PARK:  Lovely 2-yoar-old 2-bedroom  homo,  llvlngroom  with flroplaco, dining room, utility, carport and workshop, Paved  driveway, $29,000, Dominion Lease Land,  BOYLE ROAD;; 5 acros, half cleared,'Very nlco lovol land with  good well' and attractive 2-bodroom homo with sundock and  flreplqco, carport, Away from traffic, yot closo to vlllago, $46,500.  SEAVIESW ESTATES: View lot, This lot is,:not for tho timid.'  Located pn ravine edge with'unobstructed vlow, ovorlWi acros  In   slsto.   Will   roqulro   Imagination   and   rosourcos   to   dovolop, ,  $10,000. ''���������_ _'���'���'  100 FT. LOT: offNostman Road. This lot Is avallablo on' terms,  '$9,500.' ' "; .  i , ���    ..-,,���  3-PLEX: on 69x268' lot, Hwy, 101, this oldor building la'showlna  good rovonuo and Is, located In an oxcollont area for long-torm  growth, Only $40,000. ���   ������GRANTHAM?S-LANDING:.Jrho*ldaqLiiltuatlonJor.���tho��vflcotlon,or.a.,  Main I19US9 has upper and lowor suites, Salt-contained, At roar  Is a small cottago, Rent all throo or koop ono for yourself, Good  rovonuo, nlco v|ow lot, Full prlco $35,000, somo'terms If required,'  MARINE DRIVE: Don't tie up your monoy whon you rotlro, buy  tha ho-M; loqso tho land, Hero Is ono on soml-wotorfnont view lot,,  2-bodroom, small post 81 boam, Irnmacujato homo sailing for only  $19,900,, ' '.  S ACRES, HWY, 101; and a 2-bodroom h'omol Ovor 2 ocros of  cleared land with moro than 400 ft, on highway, Lovoly grounds,  landscaped and In garden. Excollont buy at $42,000.  28 V��. ACRES, on Highway 101, view proporty, roods on throo  skins, Thin Ib 0 roal holding property, Full prlco $60,000,  WATERFRONT: Gowor Point, 3 watorfront vlow lots, 100x200'  oach $22,O0Q, '  LANGDALE CHINES: Underground services, vlow lots,   , >  2 vlaw lots.��� $13,500 each; 3 others I'ots $0,50049,000,  'MARINE PRIVErGlBSONSrAcros^^^  waterfront lots, ono Willi charming boach houso, othor baro land,  Fantastic Investment orea at $23,000 ond $42,000,  , SEAVIEW ROAD, GIBSONS: Remodelled 3 BR homo only $23,000.  I.a���i.,mih._..��.,i��iw^���ii,pi���������ii.hw.ii... n��  LOCKYER ROAD: 5 acres, comer property, nicely troed,. stream  running through, F.P. $29,000,  LISTINGS     WANTED  K, A, Crosby 806.2098  Mlk�� Blaniy 086-7436  J, Vliwr 006-253 I  Don Sutherland 805-9362  Sunshine^Coast Mobile^  Home Park and Sales  Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  12x62 3 bedroom Statesman.  Reverse isle, bay window. Living room, master bedroom and  hall carpeted. $13,000.  Used trailer, 10x50 Great  Lakes, 2 bedroom, large bright  living room, air conditioned,  propane furnace, very good  condition throughout. /  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and���dryers,' custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. All taxes included, no hidden charges. No  extras to buy 8985-tfn  SACRIFICE. Must sell. . 1973  "Chancellor" 12x60. 3 B.R.  Carpet throughout. Colored  stove and fridge, 3 beds, oil  tank included. Attached porch"  and full skirting. Set up in Ay-  ers Trailer Court in beautiful  "West Sechelt. Ready to move  in immediately, $9800 or best  offer. Phone 885-9846 even.  814-37  PRICED for quick sale, expanded 3 B.R. mobile home on  good lot. 'Rec7 room, extra '  plumbing, utility and double  car port. Try your down payment ��� Owher can carry. Only $18,950. Phone 886-9262.  "  ���_ ,826-37  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-  way, Burnaby  Member  of the Western  Mobile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012  .    _        8917-tfn  NEAR new, 28 ft. x 10 ft. off-  . ice trailer, 3 offices, sliding  glass door, 'shag carpet, main  office,    sales  .counter,   $4400.  Coast Homes, 885-2204. -  ,   ' . -. 779-34  MORTGAGES  TRAILERS  TRAVELAIRE Holiday trailer,  15 ft. Toilet, propane stove  and fridge.    Sleeps 6.   Phone  886-2467 after 6. 811-35  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"  FOUND  MAN'S wrist watch. Beach, at  Roberts Creek. Phone 886-2993.  837-35  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)  1971 FORD Gran Torino, good  condition. 886-9192.      449-35  1958 G.M.C. bus, 27 ft., camp-  erized, $3,500 or? 885-9314.  821-36  WRECKING 14-ft. house trailer,    complete    frame    and (  wheels, elec. brakes with bitch  and  jack,   also windows - and  other parts.  883-2691.    822-35 ���  '58 FORD, good motor, $200 or  offer. Phone 885-9715. 825-35  50   HP   MERCURY   outboard,  1973   16'   glass   over   wood  boat.   886-7123.  Ask  for   Tom  or leave message. 10170-tf  TRAILER, will take up to 14-  ft. boat, $50. Phone 886-7650.  815-35,  MGMSER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  .��OX 769, SKHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  ' $31,950.00 ��� 3 BEDROOM NEW  We will completely set up a 3 bedroom, 1008 sq. ft. modular home  on this village lot and you can just turn the key and move in.  Price includes lot, complete home, v foundation, septic system,  power, water. We will leave the easy landscaping to your own  taste. Call Dave Roberts for full particulars on this exceptional  package.  Selectively cleared lot. 68x120' ready to build on in the Village of  Sechelt. All new homes in area and across street from park. Excellent buy at $12,250. Dave Roberts for details.  Cleared site for mobile home, serviced. Full price $8,950. Zoned  R-2. 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.  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Large treed properties, approx. Ms acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, close to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot. Priced  from $6,750. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  80'  BLUFF WATERFRONT,  2 BR mobile home plus 26' family room. Patio, sundeck, garage  and   workshop.  Garden   lot  with  outstanding  view of Gulf  and  Vancouver Island. All in new condition. Stove and fridge included. Full price $39,500. Call Jock or Stan Anderson.  ,4.6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  With view. Nice gothic arch home at the end of Crowe Road in  Roberts Creek. Only $32,300. See Len Van Egmond, 885-9683.  WEST SECHELT  Two bedroom cottage on a nice large lot. Zoned R2, treed, good  garden  soil.  Asking  only  $13,500.  Call  Len  or Suzanne Van  Egmond, 885-9683.  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  _ 30 acres with 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.  i  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.  17 VIEW ACRES  Middle   Point  location,   100%   privacy.   Roads   throughout  the  property. Subdivision potential and power'make this acreage a  good buy. F.P.  $39,000. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  -TROUT LAKE AREA  TREED R2 LOT   This lot is fully serviced with gentle south slope. 65'x* approx. 200'  Partially cleared.   Easy access  from  Nor-West   Bay Road.  F.P.  $9600.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  21  ACRES  Approximately 1 mile highway front. Treed. Zoned 5 acre holdings. F.P. $52,000. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  WEST SECHELT  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.  SECHELT INLET  TUWANEK  60'xl20'   serviced   lot,   easy  walking  distance   to  Marina   and  swimming. Lot is treed. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33-ft. each 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  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 Anderson.  YOUR WATERFRONT HOME  First time offered. Beautiful home located just west of Sechelt.  Quality built by owner, fully landscaped and well treed for privacy  and seclusion. Private beach with good access. Home would convert easily to duplex as basement is above ground and fully  furnished for apartment. To view and full particulars call Dave  Roberts.  WILSON CREEK  Excellent   view   lots   available   from   $7950.00   and   up.   '  DAVIS BAY ���"   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - SECHELT  Telephone ;Answerlng Service,  Financial statements available to  Interested parties, Call Doug Joyce,  '     3  BR HOME  3 bedroom, 1200 sq, ft. on large treed lot. 16'xl8' living room,  12'xlO' utility. Wall-to-wall carpets'throughout. Handy to storo,  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  Suzanne Van  Egmond.  885-9683,  885-2241.  SELMA PARK  Large home plus roomy cottage, 5-bedroom, full' basement home  at Selmo Park on three Dominion Lease lots. Across tho street  from good beach, boat launch and moorage, Also 1 -bedroom cottago with large living and kitchen area,' F.P. asking $29,500.  Call Davo Roborts for appointment' to vlow,  , SECHELT VILLAGE  100'x250'"lot with'view'' and beach access, heavily troed private.,  Driveway In and fully serviced, F,P, $15,500, Call Jack or Stan  Anderson, "7 '  '. ,      VILLAGE ,'LOT  Fully  cleared  and   landscaped   lot,   All .fenced.   Approximately  9000sq. ft; 93 ft. frontage, 2 blocks from shopping,'2 blocks  from beach. Full price $9800.00,  % down.  Call Jock or Stan  ,    ���     ��� Andorson,  .  COMMERCIAL BLOCK  Located on two lots by tho watorfront In. Davis Bay, 2 stores, 2  suites, could be 4 suites. Presently regional district offlco,   100  percent occupancy at present, A revenue producer. F,P. $150,000  with terms. Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  ROBERTS CREEK & AREA ~��� ,  RECREATIONAL LOT' 7  1125x20.0', nlcoly troed and lovol, Goodaccoss roads, Wost Socholt,  Call Ed Baker. Full prlco $8,500.    ,7 ,      ,  . ���"'    NEW CONSTRUCTION  Now 1200 sq, ft. 3 BR homo undor cort'struction, Sundock and  drive-In oarage, F.P, $53,900, Call Jack or Stan Andorsort,  '   HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL  Small house on largo lot In tho Vlllago, Approx. 600 oq, ft. Noods  Work, but liveable. Call Jack or Stan Anderson. F,'P, $17,000,  Secluded  2-bedroom homo  In qulot area.  Only 300 feot from  pebble boach. Excellent ocean ylew, finished basomont, Flroplaco,  Ycar-roUnd crook through tho property.. Lahdscapcd,  Full prlco  , $39,500. Call Stan or Jack Andorson, ���  '7 ������.���'. '    ���. ��� ���     ���'   ACREAGE  >���   ������������''   ..-.���������        ,   ������������  Approx, 5 acres, 290' highway frontage. Naturally treed,' gentlo  south slope, F.P, $25,900, Call Jack or Sta,n Andorson.  _���^_^  (3IBSONS : ���  V                    1 ACRE LOT 7  Grandvlew Road, Now homo area, A full aero with somo vlow.  Could bo subdivided, F.P. $16,500.00 Call .Jack or Stan  7 , Andorson    .  \   '  .  ONE ACRE VIEW  Vlow of Sargoant Bay. ovor 1 aero, Good building slto, Full prlco  $18,500, Cal) Ed Bakor,    >  '  SECHELT '  1240 sq, ft, on ono floor, this homo has everything from tha %  aero landscaped lot |o a covorod patio with borboquo, % car port,  largo 1 workshop or oarage, .Llvlna room with flroplaco plus family  room, 3 bedrooms, mastor lias full plumbing, Also sacliidod. Ono  block to sandy beach. Elomontary school noarby, F,P. $54<900.  Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  Now 3 bodroom full basomont, Largo Hvlnq room Willi rich 'wall-  to-wall carpots, Doublo plumbing, many extras,' Dasomanl, Ideal  for fuluro development, Largo vlow properly, Priced In Low B0'��,  Call Jack or Slan Andorson,  GIBSONS'  Something spoclqllh codar �� A dolightful A-framo houso on tho  ,'boach"by''Gospq|;Rock"'o'n''GoWorPoliiak'''Roa'dr'Fuir,'Vlow,"of'stra|tr'  Includes land on both sides of ropd. Asking only $43,900, Soo  1    ,   p   ��� ����� Lon Van Eamond,    < ��� \  GIBSONS  Two cloarod lots In Gibsons, On sower, Closo to boat launching  ramp, Pavod roads front and back, Zoned Comprohonslvo dovo-  lopmont. Full Price $27,000.00. Call Doug Joyco.  WATERFRONT LOTS 1, HALFMOON BAY  SUNSHINE DAY ESTATES  First chanco to purchase ono of Jhosio soworod lots In quite a  whllo, Thoso,Mi won't last long, Only 6 waterfront lots ond 5  vlaw lots, Sowor, wator andLpowor. Boat launching ramp, good  boach accoss, From $12,000 to $25,000. Call Lon or Suranno  Van Egmond.-Homo: 005-9603, off lco: 005-2241.,    ..'. ���  70'   frontago  on  qulot   residential   street.   Vory  good  vlow  of  ocoqn. Troed, Basomont excavation In and fully sorvlcod, Full prlco  $14,900,00, Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  100' WATERFRONT  Redrooffs Road, Sargent Boy Area, Approximately   1%  qcros,  High vlow  property,  $20,000,  full prlco,  Call  Jack or Stan  Anderson,  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT DOOR TO OUR  OFFICE. THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES IN TWO  HALVES'. . . COMPLETELY ''FINISHED INCLUDING  PLUMBING, ROOFING, CARPETS/ CA0INETS,- ETC, A  SALESMAN WILbPEHAPPYTO SHOW YOU THROUGHr  $?,0,00 PER SO. FT,, INCLUDES DELIVERY TO YOUR  LOT WITHIN 4 OR 5 WEEKS.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE.  Dave Robert* ,       Lon or Suzanno Van Egmond Jock or Stan Andorson Ed Bakor  Evos, Phono 805.2973  Evos. Phono 0B5-96B3   Evos, phono 005-5.053 or 805-2305   ('Evos; Phono 005-2641  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  Doug Joyco  Evos, Ph. 005-276 f AEAL ESTATE  WATERFRONT-West Porpoise  Bay. Lot C. Phone 885-9349  or write. Box 215, Sechelt. > "  767-tfn  BUILD a better home with a  National package. Mortgage  .money .available.   Call   Dave,  Whidden.  885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt. .  88-tfn  When You Consider  Building ...  Why not try the -Westwood  Home Building Systems. Plans  available for complete home ���  packages. Modular homes and  custom planning. Most economical way to build under  present-day conditions. Call  COE ENTERPRISES LTD.  883-2671 dr 883-2451  8914-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  ROBERTS GREEK  Waterside of "Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach acc-  .ess. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.   ,  CALL OWNER 886-7316  or,write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  8875-tfn  FORESTED    view ' lot, ��� 125x  188. Selma Park. $24,000 or  will sell half. Phone 885-9845.  233-tfn  GOWER Point. By owner.  Nicely treed view lot, building site cleared. Approx. %  acre,. 94x219 ft. Close to beach  and has regional water at property. $13,500. Phone 886-9249.  850-37  REAL ESTATE (Co.Vt)  GIBSONS,   2   BR   house   on  Pratt Road.   50x190 ft.  lot.  $22,000. Phone 886-7365 eves. .  _���'.'.   __,        JL44-35,  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  SALES REPRESENTATIVE REQUIRED  MOBILE    HOMES  Reputable mobile homes sales organization 'requires sales  representative in the Sechelt area. Company will provide  Inventory of up to 4 units for individual with sufficient  display space. Ideal situation to compliment any sales or  service outlets.  Apply with resume to Box 9000, c/o Peninsula Times, P.O.  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or ,886-9121 .  ROBERTS CREEK: Beautiful- .  ly   treed   ac.    125'   frontage.  Black top road. $14,500.00.   -  GIBSONS RURAL: Cozy 4-  room cottage on 100'Xl50' view  lot. Lovely old fashioned garden, $26,000.00. ,  Older 3-rbom cottage on view  ac. All services. Good, road  each end of property. $31,500.  Sulb dividable 10 acres, level,  some view. 4-bedioom home  features family size kitchen,  large living room with stone  fireplace, W/W carpet. Partial  basement, double.garage. Asking $80,000.00 on terms.;  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  ,   ^ s SECHELT AREA  By Water. Panoramic View.  Ex. grocery and butcher store.  Fully equipped. Living quarters below. Grossed over $83,000  in [73 on 5'day week, 9 a.m. -  6 'p.m., Only commercial, pro-'  perty in fast' growing tirea.  , 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  VIEW lot for sale m Gibsons.  Phone, 886-2417. 146-tfn  .DAVIS Bay, 1240 sq. ft. home  on, approx. % acre. 3 BR,  built-in storage, Z paths, master-en-suite.. Large LR, FP, dining area; kitchen And family  room; WW carpet, OD, patio  with BBQ.. Attached garager  workshop area, dbl. CP, OD  storage. Garden area. Close to  all amenities but secld. beach  and El. school 1 block. Stove,  washer," dryer incl. $54,900.  Owner 885-9898.  . 839-35  FOR RENT   /  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  , 3246-tfn  2 ROOM apt. Suitable for senior citizen who enjoys living  9580-34 - by the sea. 885-2908.      843-35   . / , -  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONEf    PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  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.  T  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two adjoining waterfront lots, each with approx. 64' waterfront.  Close to school,-store and gov't wharf. $22,000 and $18,000.  % __._._  WATERFRONT HOME - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level lot with deep, sheltered moorage Covered float anchored  by piling. Home has 3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall shag throughout,  fireplace, double carport, basement. All appliances and drapes  included. Situated near Canoe Pass on Gilden Road. This type of  home on waterfront rarely on market. Priced at $87,500.  LOTS  1. SINCLAIR BAY ROAD - 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,-  $9700, and  $14,400,  2. NARROWS  ROAD -cleared  view lots near Madeira  Park,  $10,000 arid  $11,000.  3. GARDEN BAY ESTATES, serviced lots, some with view. $6,900  .    to $12,500, .     ,  4. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots; $9,800 and  $10,000.' ���-.'       ,���������; ���  5. NARROWS ROAD-opprox. % acre level Ipnd, excellent view,  '    $29,500.. .-.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mpb'ile home. $7,500 ,  and $22,0,00.  7. MADEIRA-PARK ROAD - lot thatis very close to school,  stores, gov't wharf and post office. $9;5Q0,   ;  8. MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial lots7 $ 16,000 and $20,000.  9. GARDEN BAY -p serviced view lot on Gprden Bay Road In Garden Bay, $11,000.  1 10, FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD - large, seml-waterfront corner  lot, ,$13,500, Phono Jack: Nob'lo, ros,'i383-2701.  ���  ,   _; p .        '    ������' i  ��� ' ,  ,'FRANCIS PENINSULA ,    ,'.,���'  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx, 3,900' of prim-   ,  ary road constructed, possible 56 lot subdivision, $150,000,  IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx,' 20 acros of vlow property With 'apprpx, 800 ft, doop,  sholtorcd watorfront. Suitable slto for mobile home park of condominium development. Excellent view of Pondor Harbour and Leo  Day, $125,000,    ���������;.-  ',    GARDEN BAY  2 BR homo, partial basomont, flroplaco, .covered sundock, car?  port, Approx, 100' from the waterfront on a lovol, landscaped  lease lot, C|oso to stores, post office 8. marinas, Asking $32,000,  VIEW HOME -- GARDEN BAY     ,  1,250 sq,. ft,, 2 bedroom (qould bo 3) opon beam homo with a  boautlful vlow ovor Garden Bay; -WAV shag In living room '&,  mastor bodroom, rango & frldgo, partial basomont, largo sundock,  ���carport" and storaflo,'To* ylow by appointment only, $42,000,"  ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  1, Approx, 20 acros of fairly loyo| land with approx, 10 acros  cleared, $35,000,  2, Approx.  16 acros on Highway 101  - good cqmmorclal site,  grayol pit. Asking $65,000, ,  VIEW HOME - GARDEN BAY  3 OR home, brick flroplaco, sundock, carport, full basomont, On  a lovol corner, leased lot"-: fully landscaped, fruit ireos, $45,000,  HARBOUR MOTORS    ,   ,  Shall sorvlco station on Garden bay Road with 4��bay garago, store,;  auto body repairs and now, largo paint shop, prlco Includos land,  buildings, owner's 3 BR residence, some r_liopv equipment and 3  ton tow truck. Doing a, good business, but could easily bo Increased, $85,000 plus cash for stock In trade,  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's 3 BR home. 8 sleeping rooms, restaurant and store (leased  out), Standard 'Marine station, bait sales, floats, launching ramp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  $250,000.  WATERFRONT HOME���EGMONT  Very large 4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on 3 separata  lots. Float. Excellent for a 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 ACREAGE  Approx. ,375' deep, sheltered waterfront on approx. 10 acres of  treed land. Access by trail or water. $35,000.  LOTS  1. MAPLE ROAD approx. 3/>5 acre level, treed view lot, $9,500.  2. EARL COVE - level corner lot - $11,000.  7 7 SAKINAW & lY LAKES  :,      RUGGLES BAY - SAKINAW LAKE  3 BR partly furnished cottage; acorn fireplace, on two leased lots  With approx, 330' choice lakefront, 2.98 acres, Situated In a small  private cove with dock, $23,000,  ACREAGE - SAKINAW LAKE ���  Approx. 1,400 ft. of choice loyy bank w.aterfront on approx,  35 treed acres, creek through proporty. Sheltered bay, southerly1  exposure, numerous building sites,' public road to boundary of  proporty. Ari excellent opportunity for a group to obtain cholco  hard-to-flnd Saklnaw Lake'proporty.  $170,000,  RUBY LAKE MOTEL    7  8 housekeeping  units, two sleeping  units, manager's ono BR  residence and office In a beautiful setting on 4,34 acres, approx,  200 foot watorfront |qn Ruby Lako qnd 800 feet of watorfront  ,  on  lagoon.   Highway   101   runs  through  property,   Float, and  launching ramp on Ruby lake, $) 15,000,  y ,    SAKINAVy LAKE COTTLE ,7  Good, 3 BR cottago, cedar construction, built 1965, running water,  flroplaco, propane range, frldgo arid lights, log float. On approx,  AYa acros of leased land with about 30O feot gontly sloping lakofront. Cholco location In Turtle Bay. $20,000,  60'  RUBY LAKE - SANDY BEACH    ' , ..  lakefront lot with sandy boach, troos, Wqtor accoss only7  $25,000,   ,     .    '  7        HIDDEN 0ASIN - NELSON ISLAND  Approx, 1700' 'sheltered doop waterfront, low bank shorollno,  sovoral beaches and bays on approx, 11,3 acros of beautifully  treed property with small crook, Furnished ono OR cottago,  furn'shod quest cottago. workshop, woodshod, wo|l and pump-  1 houso, four boats, trail blko, garden tractor, humorous tools  and oqulpmonr, float, An excellent buy ot $00,000,  ' ' WATERFRONT      '  Approx, 4,000' watorfront on approx, 25 acros. treed proporty,  Several beaches, small Island, good'sheltered cove, Only a short  , dlstanco by boat from Earl Covo or Egmont, $100,000..  F  WARNOCK ROAD - I=RANCIS PEINSULA  Lovol, acroago. with ovor. 600'^ road .frontago,. 208'. doop, Possible  7 lot subdivision,' 2 bodroom I'anobodo homo will, full basemen!.,  $70,000. Opon to offers. Phono Jack Noble, res, 803-2701.  ,     COMMECIAL BUILPING - MADEIRA PARK  Largo commercial building, 3.030 sq, ft, plus 3 BR homo on  2,954 acres, Asking.$105,000, Adlolnlno.lot. 1.467,ocros,_with  modern 2 BR homo also available, Asklna $40,000, To bo sold  together with above property. Open to offers, Pnono Jack Noble,  res, 003-2701,  JACK NOBLE  Ros, 883-2701  ACREAGETTofs F &X pOZ.pKM��  Two adjoining 9 acre blocks, opprox, 2,000' tWi Hwy.   101  Nicely treed, gentle slopo, southern exposure, $45,000 each,  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros, 883-2233        "  FOR RENT (Continued)  CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former,  school,, board \ offices ' above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366.  746-tfn  STORE/on Cowrie St. Sech-  elt. Phone 885-2527.    786-tfn  FURNISHED  4 ��� BR,   2  bath.,  WF home, Sechelt. $325 mo.  Sept. 1 to June 30. Phone 885-  9248. p v 792-tfn  2 B.R. furnished house, Selma  Park $200 month, available  Sept. 1st to June 30th. Phone  (112) 255-0245. '   817-35  MODERN   office' space   Gibsons.   Carpeted, elec.   heat,  ground floor. Phone 085-6903.  ���     823-35  2 BR WF home at Irvines Lan-  '  ding.  Occupancy  Sept.   1st.  Furnished or unfurnished. Ph.  987-8235. 828-35  WANTED TO RENT  3 B.R.    reasonably    modern  home to be available by Nov.  10th in Halfmoon Bay-Sepret  ,Cove area. Also interested in  purchase of same. Many refs.  on Peninsula. Bob Wickwire,  Box 3040, Smithers, B.C.  812-40 ,  RESPONSIBLE * couple   want  small house, cottage to care-  , take, rent. Write Box 997, Sechelt. 834-37  LOST  2 WHEEL hand cart, left at  ���garbage dump in .error. Will  person who found it please return .to owner 'by phoning 885-  2908. Reward. 842-35  LOST (Cont.)  HAND knit Irish cardigan. Reward. Phone 886-9347.  T ��� 847-37  WANTED TO BUY   . T    .  |  SMALL piano. Good condition.  Reasonable 885-9757."   831-35  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July 24,'1974���Page A-5  FOR SALE (Continuea; FOR SALE (Continued)  CABIN; 20'x20',, easily moved, , "MUST sell Kenmore auto, wa-  $700 ONO; Phone - 886-96467     ' sher $100 or nearest after.  "  -   ��� ' ,852-35     885-9568.     ' '       824-35  FOR SALE  TOP SOIL��� Mack's Nursery.  Ph. 886-2684 or 886-7096.  387-tfn  REEL  'type    lawn  mower,  Briggs  and Slratton motor.  ���Excellent   shape,   $60,   also  queen size water bed, 1 year  .old, was $400, want $175. Ph. ���  885-2496 after 6 p.m.     754-36  INGLIS   washer    and    dryer.  Moffatt   dishwasher.   Phone  885-9044. ' 688-35  FORD auto, trans., low mileage, fits 289 and 302 motors,  complete with torgue converter, etc. $50. 886-2300.      784-tfn  MADE    to    order, , decorator  quilts   and   pillows.   Patchwork. Phone 885-9624.  ���   676-35  TOPPER FLOAT  The New Wharf or Boathouse  Floatation  Replace sunken logs with proper floatation under your present boathouse or dock. Also/  suitable for tie-up buoys.  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors) -  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  8903-tfn  LUMBER,   reasonable.   Phone  886-9646.        - 854-35  TWILIGHT THEATRE     _  Gibsons      '' - , 886-2827  /'Battle for'The PlarSet 7  of The Apes" /  '  The final, chapter in the. incredible-Apes saga. The .most. ���  suspenseful'   showdown    ever  filmed..       ,,���.'"  General Entertainment  Thurs:,  Fri., Sat.  July 25, 26, 27  ���     "Jeremy" .'  It's about the first time you  fall in: love.  ���ALSO���  "Tales That Witness  Madness",  Kim   Novak,   Hack  Hawkins,  Joan Collins  Mature Entertainment  Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.  July 28, 29, 30, 31  , 8987-35  2 SINGLE beds with.' springs'  and mattresses, $10 each'. Ph.  886-7650. ' "   816-35  NEAR new baby, carriage in  immaculate condition, com-x  plete with rain cover, $55 or  nearest offer; also white wicker basket - carrying cot with  liner and mattress $10. Phone  885-9366.    ,.  ,. 829-35  DUNCAN Fyfe- drop leaf din-  ' ing. table with end drawer.  Good condition: $85. New price  $235. Phone 885-2886.     840-35  HEATER   .vibrator'   reclining  chair, near new $125. Wrought iron'bed'$50, some brass  trim.   886-9697. 846-35  U��ED chesterfield and chair,  chest of drawers, mirror and  occasional furniture.   885=9853  eves, or 885-9828 days.  ���   _    849-35  B.G.  IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T" MESS   IT UP  REALTY AND  E  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS ��� Two-bedroom home in centre of Gibsons, level to  shopping. Immaculte condition inside and out. Full price $35,000.  GJBSONS,RURAL ��� 1   lot only, 63'x264' level and only light-  alder to clear. Full price $8,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Perfect condition, well constructed 2-bedroom  home in well landscaped lot.. Full basement with rec. room. Full  price $44,000. Some terms.  LISTI NGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver Real Estate Board  RON McSAVANEY, Manager  886-2248  Evenings: 886-9656  IDEAL FOR  Storage - Workshop  Machine Shop  AS LOW AS  $1.79  SQ. FT.  Maintenance Free  100% Useable Space  No Awkward Frames  or Centre Post  Widths to 70'. Any  Length  Quick Delivery  Call Collect or Mail Coupon Today for Color Brochure and Details  Telephone  Name  ��� Address    I Province   ��� Date Planning to Build  :   _ Size of Building .Planned - width -.���._. x length    I  Postal Code |  i       LARGE ACREAGE . .1-1,000. PER ACRE  D,L, 2392, approx. 160 acros, situated-approx,, \lA mllos abovo  ,  .HWi4QKnear-HQlfmcfln-Bay,.AccoM,^  15. roads throughout tho property, nicely trood useable land, Outside   .  lond frooio area.- possible subdivision site. $160,000.  ..,:.     _e_,     -~Ji-S ���     V/        *"     ' '-     i ���  I      W ti      Tflia.1 - *       I f I  -.��,���,���    ; { '     i ^        ��       l.     ������  .  - ���ir *-   J"  ."���'!' ^77 ,ExpobtA"'  hi":^rvviftr1  V '���  i.   *  ��� ail  1 * 1*1" **i ���"    ' .  I        ** .     I a-a-*,  ,  1   "  f*  \:  J^t   I  r >-. ���   ���*��  _    -V^-w ���%-��  4t*i     ������_��� I  T*i*waiTi  I     a �� i> i y^     *** *���' *S��  7     ,   'i   ��j&^<r-wiL  August 10 am  ''      aiV  /!/��� Pago A-6  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, July 24, 1974  �� @  ��.  SEllaECT standing committeefbn mun|cip-/'r'  '" ~al matters will convene ��� public hear-' %!  ings on real property,-taxation procedures,,''  in British Columbia in September.'   .     * ���*,  'Tarticular, emphasis' on recommerida- 7  tions respecting!property taxation to en->;  sure equitable distribution is,the\1o'bjec- 7  tive of the Committee," stated' chairman '  Carl Liden, MLA*.    ,,   t  The committee is seeking the .widest  possible cross-section of opinion, ��� extending an invitation for both written and  verbal briefs to private citizens, organizations) and local governments.' 'Submissions .are being sought on suggestions or j  recommendations with respect to resident  tiaL commercial, industrial, agricultural, )  urban and rural .taxation.   ��� * ,  ���Anyone interested in presenting their' (  views ar�� requested to inform ,the com- <  mittee of .their intent todo so as soon as ���  possible. Written briefs should ' be''sub' ,  mitted by Friday, August 23.  The committee will review and study ,  all briefs after which a series of public  , *^^$fl$lly' fi     hearings will .'be' held in'September when -  <V*^3?^'!i^|     persons who have submitted briefs will  be given an opportunity to speak and an:  swer questions oh their'submission.  The places, dates and' times of the public hearings will be published in the press  early in September.     ' '       .���  xidio  gBBWBWiaMia^wawiai  BAKERY  Mrs. Willmans.  6's pkg   LATEST winner in Sunshine Coast  Lions bingo is John Prost of Porpoise  Bay Road. Here, he received cheque for  $100 from Lions president Ray Stock-  well. Bingo cards are available at stores  throughout Sechelt.  MORE   ABOUT...  0 Sunshine Coastings  - _fxosa pog9 A-l  most technically advanced in the world."  I hope its a good one for the good of the  industry! especially in the metropolitan area  which has a high mortality rate.  Speaking of newspapers, the Canadian  Community Newspapers Association, New  York Newspaper^ Association and National  Newspaper Assqciation, representing 7,000  community newspapers (weeklies and small  dailies) in North America are holding a joint  convention in Toronto this week.' ' t '  .fi1-.^ ."    ���.  ���#;      : ; ,  In the big Export A salmon derby to be  held Aug. 10-llj some fortunate angler could  catch a $10,000 salmon even if it only weighs  between 15 and 20 pounds, usually well out of  the top 25 prize list.  The new prize is the hidden weight event.  Just weigh in any salmon between 15 and 20  pounds, the first salmon checked in that  exactly matches the pre-selected hidden  j weight, wins. Simple. .*?��� ?' ^ c   -..-  Derby officials are once again expecting'  over 10,000 fisherman from all over the  globe. Boy that many anglers must really  pull a lot of fish from the sea. Besides that,  there's a lot they actually catch.  This is the last Sunshine Coastings for the  next couple of weeks as the Strait Talker and  I, and the kids, take off and look for some sun  and fun.        '  See you in a couple of weeks.   - ���"�� ������*����� n��nain..��tiaiii����i����i����ninaHT��n����aj��iB��limiiiaiiin��ww  j  CANADIAN    HANDCRAFTS  ARTWORK GIFTS  AT LLOYD'S STORE  GARDEN BAY, B.C.  Open 7 Days a Week 10:30-5:30  Kristin Krimmel: Weaver  Chicken Noodle .Soup  Loney. 2V2 oz   for,  HOMEOWNERS.  HOMEBUILDERS & CONTRACTORS  Have you been wondering what to do about CRACKING, BLISTERING,  PEELING, LEAKING SUNDECKS?    I  have the perfect solution for  your problem. I will fiberglass your SUNDECK and giye_youj^ ten  year guarantee covering  norrnal use and wear.  You will never have to ]  worry about scraping and  painting. The color will  always be there. I have a  wide selection of colors  to suit every taste..  FOR FREE KTIMATES CALL BRIAN AT  ��86-9111 # 886-9604 day or e��@.  ��� ������������������������������������������������������������Br������������������U������B.������BWM����������������BB����H ^  Wheat Puffs 15  Me log rain, .10 oz %  Apple Juice York J  Reconstituted. 48 oz ���  Sockeye Salmon  Sealord. 7% oz   Bleach ' 1  Cals. 64 oz <i  Milk Powder  Magic. 5 oz ,  Charcoal Briquets      20  Presto  ...lbs.  Fire Starter %  Esso. 32 oz m  for  for  "Hemz."18 oz   laCaaroni Dinner  Kraft 5V2 oz   (range Crystals ��  Garden Gate.   ^  Oatmeal Cookies  Dad's. 1 Ib   Chocolate Chip Cookies  Dad's. 1 Ib   Coconut Cookies  Dad's. 1 Ib   I for/  5 oz.  poly  Cut Green Beans     l  Tasterite. 14 oz   Gr. Cut lax Beans  Glen Valley. 14 oz.  Picnic Ssoulders  Plumrose. 16 oz. ...  Tua for Cats  Kitty Treat. 12 Oz.  Napkins white ���  Scott. 60's   Napkins 60s  Assorted - Scott..... _  Bathroom Pink Tissue  Marlboro. ..... 4 roll pack  Bathroom White Tissue  Marlboro^ ..... 4 roll pack  Foil Wrap  Reynolds. 25"   Orange Juice  York. 16 oz.   Beef Steakettes  Red "D" Beef 9 oz.  fori  forj  fori  for'  FREESTONE  Glen! Valley Std.  14 oz.   Com Flakes  Countrylp oz :,  for  argasine %  Harvest -,w  7 Farms Cheese  Single Slice. 16's pkg.  Baby.Food 1  Heinz. 4!/a oz TT  Dill Pickles  Heinz. Polski  Ogorki. 32 oz, ...  lbs.  for  "IV  Local, Can. No. 1 Grade  Now brewed in BritishColumbiiai  ������Carlshorg .has long hobn tho worlds most vxporU'd'Ugur boor,'Now        .  Carlsberg, tin1 glorious boor of Copenhagen, Is Imnved right hero  In British Columbia, And because It\ now brewed Ivoro, you (.'an  7 enjoy Carlsberg fresh I'roni tho Brewery,  Carlsberg.. .brewed with .ill theskill.uid tradition of Denmark w>  thtS taste of Canadian hoop drlnkors, Discover Carlsberg for yourself,    \ Wednesday, July 24, 1974   / .The Pennisulo Tlmee - .    Page A��F  ^^,iAi��^  o  >. ���I  # ���  ���s*  SECHELT ���With the death of Catherine  (Carrie) Mayne, Sechelt lost one of its best  'known and most loved residents.  Known as "little mother" to members and  priests of the Sechelt Indian Band for nearly  50 j^ears, Carrie Mayne, safwife of Sechelt's  long-time notary'public and good .citizen for  1974, Wilfred John (Jack) Mayne, devoted  her life to her church arid community. Mrs  Mayne died July ll, 1974.  . Mr. and Mrs.. 7Mayne, childhood  sweethearts, came to Sechelt in June 1928 to  take charge of the Sechelt post office. ,  Mrs. Mayne was also known as- the friend  to the early school teachers of the area many  of whom boarded in their home on Cowie and  Inlet.       - a "  Carrie was well-known for, her activities  on the reserve, often visiting and cooking and  cleaning for the priests. She"was Godmother  to' many of the children ,on the reserve  although she and Jack had no children of  their own." ,  -  Carrie, one of modern Sechelt's pioneers,  was a founding member of Holy. Catholic  Church a$d was active in Catholic Women's  League and was also a life member of the  Ladies' Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian i  Legion:*  aoi^aai  The Canada Manpower Centre will he  relocating to new premises at 1240 Wharf Road,  <  Sechelt The next visits will be on the 24th  and 25th of July. Therefore, visits will be made  on every 2nd and 4th Wednesday and  Thursday of each month.  i  i-  ���aa^E^^^^  nB^VPn!^.  -;=��-  ^^���^sr  *  HERE COMES Jack Mercer of Buc-    Sunshine Coast waters, will take ex- about 30. The trip to Princess Louisa is  caneer  Marina  in  his  new  27-foot ' cursions to Princess Louisa Inlet and expected to take about two hours,  aluminum water taxi. The boat, which is   Chatterbox Falls. The vessel's top speed 7  expected to be a familiar sight on,   is about 40 knots and cruising speed is /.  For senior citizens ...     n "~  HALFMOON BAY ��� A local senior citizen has pressed for provision   of "a  ���weekly shoppers' bus from Redroofs Road  to Sechelt.  R. J. Schaich suggested that the function could be undertaken by the transportation committee of the Sunshine Coast  Community Resource Council, which is  soon to inaugurate a mini-bus service for  coast residents.  The mini-bus service is' "a brilliant  idea to help the needs.of the people of  this part of the coast," he told -The Times.  "But a why not expand this service ,to a  weekly shopping bus from Redroofs' Road  into'Halfmoon Bay or Sechelt?'  -'^-"At present;-it 4s easy enough to travel  to "these shopping centres by using the  SMT bus; to get back home is a vastly  different matter."    p.      .  He noted that there were over 1,000  residents dn the Redroofs Road area,,according to B. C. Hydro meter readings,  and they "should have something to say."  Schaich said the expense of a shop-'  ping trip by personal car to Halfmoon  Baylor Sechelt added considerably to the  weekly food budget ��� "a pressing consideration.  "The people of this part of the Sunshine Coast "would, no doubt, appreciate  extended, west of Wakefield Creek, said  she hoped the route would be farther expanded to the Redrooffs Road area.  "   "I'm sure a lot of people would use  it," she told The Times.  George Hopkins, local member of SIMT,  which operated shoppers' bus service, said  local merchants would have to OK any  expansion of the route. But tie said: "We  can certainly look into it."  me@fiii.gf slate  , SECHELT ~ John Walsh, director of spe-  "oial services for. the department of .education, will ibe guest speaker July 31 at  a public meeting sponsored by the Peninsula Association for Children with Learning Disabilities.  His main topic will be the services and  funds available to school districts to help  them combat learning disabilities.  1 Walsh has had many years' experience  in the learning disabilities field, said an  organizer, and; the meeting should be of  special interest to parents, teachers and  the inauguration of such an extended ser-- others involved dn this area of special ed-  vice, also helping them to become more  . ucation.  interested in community spirit."  He felt the issue would have to be  tackled sooner or later. "Why not do it  now?"    '  Transportation committee ��� chairman  John Lewis said the local resources council was presently working on a brief for  the provincial government on < projected1  uses for the mini bus.  "We can certainly look into providing  a shopping bus service for Redrooffs Road  residents," said Lewis,  Ho noted, however, that Sechelt merchants sponsored a weekly shopping trip  to ,the vlllnge for senior' citizens in West  Secholt.  "Wo don't want to jeopardize it," Lew-  Is added.  Amy Bryant, who was largely responsible for having the shoppers' bus jroute  The meeting will start at 8 p.m. in  the open area classroom at Sechelt Elementary School. '  We now have Sterling Silver Charm  Bracelets as well as new charms, come and  have a look. - Miss Bee's, Sechelt,  fmiiiiiiiiiiimnniiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinnit]  MISS SEE'S jj  CMD & GIFT SHOP   !  Wharf Head - Socholt a 805-9066 f  P.O. BOX 213 3  N��llmart(-GouHa canto and wrapping*. 1  ftaa Bneltdi china 'cup* and eaucan, |  DenHqna ttonu, local  artbta painting*,    |  l_IIIMMIHIHIIIMIIIIIIUIIIIII>*IMIIIIIIflllllllllUHIIIHMHI|l)  ����L'!!!!!!W  310 No, 5 ROAP, RICHMOND  PHONE 'COLLECT: 273^4861  iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  <  7/ p  VANCOUVER YARH  5569 VICTORIA DRIVE   ,  PHONE COLLECT; 321-6731  .^.^  _���_^  FRONT ENTRANCE DOORS. PHONE COLLECT  ON QUOTES ON COMMON OR FINISHED  REQUIREMENTS ARE,  ���m*.4*.r* t��KJ*iiHlfcjW> f  ALICE IN  WC  PNDEnLAND  No, ol tlotwU  />\U0, 83-1130 p.m,  ,...,.*3,0  C....ffl;  Aua.25.7f.30p,m,  ������....��3,00   ���������iSBfTfi*?  (AdulU)  ...,,.%w'<(7,rm)'l  i     (Children)  Awo. 87-1:30p,m,   93,00 (..... ��1.7B)��  7   (Adulli)   *1,B0  ( 78f)*  "���"���,   '(Children)  Aua.srJ-O'.oop.m  THE Blh DIMENSION  0:00 p.m,  No, oMIoKot*.'   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Enter DcHiyland'a FREE PNE SUPER SPREE contort  ottho dairy caao of your favorlto olorol  1  Pacific National Exhibition  Ovor 1.2 million vloltora last yoarl  v        \ A    ...  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, July 24;  1974  Happenings around the Harbour _ i$$&@  ��� B^WHItf _^.^^^.___��____^B��  1 " ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL^mTF^^7^^^7^1  As that "Everything 25 per cent off!' sign  has probably already made you realize, \  Madeira Park Store has ' been sold���and a  .all speculating about the new owner's plans  plans for,, the property. Could it be we'll know ���  sometime after August 5, the date for  transfer of property.  - Cpl. Bill van de Braak reported a boat fire  whicn occurred last week, and he had praise  for'our volunteer firemen who responded  promptly to the call for their aid, and in fact  reached the scene of the fire before Bill  himself.  A Mr. Simmons, visiting from Vancouver,'  had just been in to buy herring from Bill  Cameron's float. His purchase completed, he  had drifted about eight feet off the dock when  he started his motor, and it backfired and  caught.fire. He was able to get a line to the  dock and get ashore himself without injury,-  but there was extensive damage to the boat.  The firemen brought, the blaze under '  control before the vessel was completely  destroyed.  Spoke to the Canadian Coast Guard men '"  this week, and they reported no calls for their  services in recent days: a case "where, no  ; news is good news. They tell me that the  ��� three coast guard boats, Racer, Ready and  -Rider are patrolling in ttie strait and one is  ��� always close enough to come to the aid of the  local rescue craft if needed.        ���'  A big navy training ship anchored in the  harbour last week ��� and it had lots of.  company. I've never seen so many sports  fishing boats inside the harbour as have been  there in these past days. And judging by the  catches listed at Lloyd's store and-the  various marinas, there have been some good-  sized salmon taken.  -   DERBY COMING UP  Don'.t forget about the Hospital Auxiliary  fishing derby on August 3 and 4, when there'll  be cash prizes for the largest salmon caught,  as well as for fish of hidden weights, and the  largest cod. Be sure to get entered for this  contest.  We made a visit last week to Beaver  House Antiques, out at the tip of Francis -  Peninsula, and found it a delightful little  shop. As well as antique items ranging from  a buttonhook to an early French-Canadian  rocking chair, there were many delightful  handcrafted items. The location of the shop  seemed to us-rather remote, and we won-  - dered it it would attract enough visitors to  make it all worthwhile; but'Joan Willcock  and Jacqui Baker, operators of the new  business, assured us they've had plenty of  visitors.'  An ad in the Times and directional signs  along the Peninsula road were bringing  people to the Martin Road site, as we observed when we made a return visit and  found difficulty in locating a parking space  because of the number of other shoppers on  hand. One of. the store's most interesting  reminders of a by-gone day is the hugh unwieldy cash register, still used by the shop's  operators. '      >   ���  Frank Roosen tells me the first of his crop  of tomatoes will be on the market within a  few days, and you've probably already been  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  enjoying some of his earlier products, like'  cauljflower and cabbages. The diking of his  property is now complete,' and despite the  poor weather his fields have been producing  well. The vegetablesK are on sale in local  shops, ^ and also direct from the farm for  those customers who are willing to make the  trip in. .  NOSY DEER ��� , x  Roosen reports he|s been having daily  visits from a deer,'who comes strolling  through the fields, sniffing at the cabbages.  Frank says "Uh, uh ��� just look, don't-  touch!"and the visitor obligingly moves on -  without doing any damage, so far anyway.  One of the Madeira Park Bronco baseball  players, from the team coached'by Brent  Rees, was chosen for the all-star team from  the Sunshine Coast. He is Brian Scoular, age  13. The all-stars played at Richmond on the  weekend of July .13 and 14, and managed tp  place third in Uiat competition.  Still another accident occurred in our  area this past week ��� at least, it was at the  Doyleston Logging Camp on Sechelt Inlet. A  young man named Walker sustained a severe'  injury to his face, and was flown out by Tyee  airlines. .When the man failed to arrive at a  rendezvous point at the, arranged time, his'  fellow worker went looking for him and  discovered that he'd been injured. A plane  was summoned immediately'to rush him to  hospital where-the wound could be attended  td. As I prepare this column, there is as yet  no word on how he is faring.  I've been writing this column for ten  months now, and this one is the first in all  that time that hasn't included any report  from the Egmont area. ��� Things are apparently proceeding without incident there;  but surely next week I'll have some news to  report of that most northerly-part of our  area. Maybe a record-breaking stretch of  sunny weather? Hope so. .  PENDER Harbour Community'- Aisoda-r  tion has charged that the /school district  constructed a drainage ditch on association-property without prior permission.  ���And in' a letter submitted to" the  board's ., recent meeting, association  spokesman John Hermon said the ditch  would be culverted and filled at board  expense Unless other Arrangements were  made within 30 days. ���  The ditch, which runs beside Madeira  Park Elementary School, was constructed  some years ago, trustees noted. Maintenance superintendent Bob Butter claimed  it had not been dug by school district personnel.        -   ' ' ���       .   - '  Trusp.ee Peter Prescesky said he agreed  with Hennon's letter.  "There have ibeen no end of complaints  from parents and'teachers about it," he-  said. "Not only was (construction'of the  dutch) a trespass'on (the association's) pro- -  perty, hut' we should ^ interested in ��il- _  ling it in."  He said, the ditch had been excavated  ���to take run-off from the highways department right-of-way around the school  grounds instead of through them, as had  been the case before.  But the ditch now constituted a health  hazard, he noted. ^  Secretary-rteasurer Jim Metzler said he -  would like the board to obtain a legal op-,  inion on the matter before making a decision, "not just for now, but for'the future, if this, kind of thing comes up again."  Trustee Joe Horvath said he would be  "much happier if they made an offer to  split the cost (of filling the ditch) as it  would improve both properties."  Metzler was instructed to contact the  association. vand 'try to work out an equitable means7of .'financing the culverting  and filling project.  Before .June  20,   1898,   the  Northwest  Mounted Police register, at Tagish Post,  Yukon Territory, showed 3,850 boats had  passed that point within one month heading  to the Klondike Gold Fields.  I am looking forward to serving you all in  the future with Be electric Ltd.  Thank you,  TOM MORRISON  BE ELECTRIC is pleased to announce that  Tom Morrison (formerly of Morrison Electric) is  now on staff, and after a short holiday, will be  happy to continue serving his customers.  4  t  ^^^M:^m^M^^^^^^MWM^^Mi^^^^s.W^i.  THE GOVERNMENT OF    '  JHE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  SELECT STANDING COMMITTEE ON MUNICIPAL MATTERS  The,Legislature has authorized the Select Standing Committee on  Municipal Matters to revjew REAL PROPERTY TAXATION,procedures In  British Columbia with particular ernphasia on making recommendations  respecting real, property tax,legislation necessary to ensure the equitable  distribution of real property taxation. 7  To assist the Committee In this review thoy wish to hear from '   '  Individual private citizens) organizations', local governments, etc., who  might have-suggestlonsor recommendations with <w8peoMo'*property*..^H~^  taxation affeotlngresidential, commercial, Industrial,, agricultural/  urban and rural properties,  Anyone, Interested In presenting .their views are requested to inform tho  Committee of their Intent to do soaa soon1 as possible, They should If at all  possible submit a written brief by Friday, August 23rd, 1974.  The Committee will study and review all briefs afterwhlch a series of  Publlo HQarings will bei held In September 1974 and those persons who  have submitted briefs will bo given tho opportunity to speak tp and answer  questions on tholr submission, The CommlUoo,wlll also bo prepared  to hoar vorbal presentations at those Hearings,  ' Tho datos, times and placos of tho Publlo Hearings will bo notified In  tho press early In September,  All correspondence should bo addressed to;  Carl Lidon, M.L.A., Chairman,  , Select Standing Commlttoo on Municipal Matters  The Government of the Province of British Columbia  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  ,hai_��SMffi_^&aS��^SSB_^^HSMi^HH3  S3&S  4  (  BBS  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  (E. & O.E.)  CiES;L��IX     BO* 128," SECHELT, B.C.  CORNER OF Tf^AIL AND COWRIE-^������'-* ^   rqberts;creek ,,  -    ''-':, 'O -   . ���      #9-3-228  Two 4��^ acre choice lots with view potential. Beautifully treed  with a stream wondering a'crdss both lots,. On Conrad Road, readily  accessable from the highway. Excellent value at $19,000 each.  ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241  evenings.'     ���'  WATERFRONT. - 2-BEDROOM' HOME - DAN/IS BAY #3-177  * Stop! View! and buy-this' charming waterfront home with a full  concrete basement, plus garage. Sauna on beach, and beautifully  landscaped lot with 60' of the best beach on the Sunshine Coast.  PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 evenings. Full/price $6<700.  WEST SECHELT-- WATERFRONT ���' "   #3-170  The perfect combination! The owner is anxious to sell, the' property is most desirable and-the price is unbelievably low. Over.  4/1! 0 acre of spectacular true waterfront property. With a recently  remodelled 2-bedroom home with a self-contained bachelor suite  in the basement. ;Must be seen to be appreciated. This'is the best  buy on the Sunshine Coast at $55,00.0 cash. Coll me now, this' is  too good to last. ROY BUCKLYE, 885-9241' evenings.   -  NOR'WEST BAY ROAD - R-2 LOT / #3-237  8400 sq. ft. lot, 90' frontage, hydro and water to line, and see  the price: $8,000, and on a black topped road. Zoning' permits'  mobile homes. See our sign. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  SUNNY TUWANEK' ' #20B-3-146  There's a touch of class in this owner-built home. Nicely situated,  on a view lot. Landscaped, driveway in. View sundeck, large vaulted living room, modern kitchen and bathroom. Two (maybe three)  "bedrooms. $38,500, terms possible. JACK WHITE, 886-2935  evenings. '. v  S  i  I  j  .  I  TUWANEK -'VIEW LOT #20B-3-158  Beautiful view in a rustic setting! Only steps from Lamb's Bay  and sandy beach. The full potential of this lot is limitless. Asking $7,500 ��� make your offer. ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241 eves.  34 ACRES - POSSIBILITIES PLUS 3-153  34 acres with frontage on Highway 101. Gentle southerly slope.  Fantastic view of Georgia Strait. 4 bedroom home with 2 guest  cabins. Barn and pens for all types of livestock. Many possibilities  for this property. $90,000 down. For appointment to view coll  LEE BROWN, 885-2437 evenings.  VIEW LOTS - PORPOISE BAY #3-167-168  3 Lovely view lots in the Sunshine Heights subdivision. All serviced  and ready for building with a .local breakwater as part of the  services available to moor your boat. Short walk to ice arena.  Prices range from $13,000 to $14,500, PAT MURPHY, 885-9487  evenings.        -, >'  DAVIS BAY - 2 BEDROOM VIEW HOME #3-176  Just $28,000 for 2 bedroom home.' Good size living room facing  water, large kitchen. Garden requires lawn mowing, has fruit  trees and is fenced. Three blocks to sandy beach. PETER SMITH,  885-9463 evenings.    .  DAVIS*&OAD - GIBSONS ;   ��� #5-3-198  Cleared corner lot, sewer being installed. Convenient location to  stores, bus, schools etc. New homes all around, you could build  here & be in first-class company. Proposed park nearby., $12,000  Full price. JACK WHITE,'886-2935 evenings.  WEST SECHELT -"fooR-WEST BAY ROAD       , #19-3-141  Get the feeling of spaciousness on this 2/13 "acre cleared property. Situated on a paved road. This lot has excellent view potential. Hydro and water available. Priced to sell at $14,900. ROY  BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings.  HIGHWAY 101 - APPROX. 1 ACRE WITH STREAM #3-236  Great garden soil, year-round creek and water supply. View of  Gulf of Georgia. It's great, plus older 2-bedroom home, concrete  part basement. Handyman could-make it really good. Grow your  own produce. Full price $30,900. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  EUREKA ROAD - REDROOFFS #23-3-188  Nicely wooded lot. 70x225',_ hydro available. Only 6 miles from  Sechelt by paved road. Buy now, build later, meanwhile spend your  weekends making ..your own park. F.P. $8,000, JACK WHITE,  886-2935 evenings.   ,  VIEW LOT - DAVIS BAY -   . * #3-230  Good view lot on Laurel Road, Davis Bay. All services available  on request. Some nice homes in-this area. Drive by and see the  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. sign on the property, then-call PAT  MURPHY, 885-9487 evenings.  4.6 ACRES'- VIEW!; #3-132  A lovely parcel of treed rural acreage. Just up Oldershaw Road in  Roberts Creek. Drive up and see our, sign. F.P. $24,900 (offers).  LEE BROWN, 885-2437 evenings.      -  ROBERTS CREEK #11-3-198  Level wooded lot on Metcalfe Road, close to beach and Lower  Road. Size 70x111'. Water and hydro available. $11,000 full  price. JACK WHITE, 886-2935 evenings.  SELMA PARK - HIGH VIEW LOT #3-190  Great view - black topped road, all local services, sized 80x125'  and cleared. View can't be spoiled, and on a dead-end street.  Asking price $14,900. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  '  I  !  3  i  DAVIS BAY - CLEARED VIEW LOT #3-178  Panoramic view, lot size 72x110'. Zoned R-l, and all local services to line. Cleared, but d few nice cedars remain. Good drainage.  All new home area on Fir-Street ��� see our sign. Asking $14,000,  try your offer. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  WEST SECHELT #19-3-203  Large Vz acre lot with view potential. Offering excellent investment  value. This lot is on a paved road with water-and hydro available on application. ��� Reasonably priced at $12,500 with terms  you can't refuse. ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings.  HOBBY FARM - WAKEFIELD AREA - 4% ACRES #3-215  Ideal for that market garden, riding stables, or just the place to  get away from the hustle and bustle of the big. city. 3 bedroom  older type home, 32x28' barn, 20x50' equipment shed, plus 12  by 16' guest cabin. All fenced and cleared with a few fruit trees.  Well on property but only approx. 1,000 yards away from regional water. For appointment to view call PAT MURPHY, 885-  9487 or Van. line 689-5838. Full price $65,000, terms.  .  WATERFRONT LOT  #20-2-227  You don't need a helicopter to get to the beach on this one, and  there's an overgrown driveway In from the road. Sandy beach  at one end; good road at the other. Hydro and water available.  About 60' WF, 80' RF. Average depth about 160'. Located in  sunny Tuwanek, an ideal summer, home area. F.P. $20,000,  try half cash. JACK WHITE, 886-2935.  SECHELT - 3 BEDROOM - VIEW HOME #3-216  Excellent view, up Sechelt Inlet. Only 200' to beach. This spacious  , 4-year-old 3-bedroom home offers ensuite plumbing, full basement with roughed-in rec, room and extra bedroom plus two fireplaces. Terms ��� cash to existing 9% percent mortgage. Full price  $69,000.. ROY BUCKLE, 885-9421 evenings.  WATERFRONT- SANDY'HOOK #3-23?  Love Arbutus ,and Dogwood trees? This you will like, Sound two-.  bedroom home,,concrete.foundation, port bosement, electric heat.  Driveway and parklnfl are-concreted. Real privacy and quiet on 69'  ���of waterfront,  with  winch  and  boom  for, boat  lifting,  Asking  ,$47,000, terms considered, PETER SMITH, 885-9*63 evenings,  2 BUILDING LOTS -MASKEL ROAD #3-232  ���Two fine lots, 92x113', fully serviced and very close to beach.  Lightly treed. View, of ocean, too. F.P. $12,000 each. LEE BROWN  885-2437 evenings.  ���  ���s  WATERFRONT BLUFF - 2/13 ACRE - REDROOFFS RD. #3-226  Bluff lot on 80' of beach plus a million-dollar-view. Nicely treed,  level'lot with enough cleared area for a building site or a mobile  home, trailer or summer cottage. Get your own piece of waterfront  now at this reasonable price of $20,500. PAT MURPHY,. 885-  9487 evenings.  i  TREED ACRE - REDROOFFS ROAD #3-166  Gently sloped to frontage of 106' on Redrooffs Road, ovor 500 ft.  In dopth, gazetted road allowance along one side, possible sub-,  - division In tho future, Elec, available and good Indication of well  ��� water. Southern exposure, Drlvo alond Redrooffs and seo tho sign,  Full prlco $15,000, try your offer. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 eves,  LARGE VIEW LOT -  SELMA ,PARK ' #3-124  Lot slzo 117x200', serviced with regional, water and hydro, Frontogo on  Hlqhway 101. Beautifully troed, F.P.  $20;500, LEE BROWN, 885-2437  evenings.  REDROOFFS ROAD - NEAR WELCOME BEACH ' #26-3-184  Big lot, near beach, understood to be on water system. Hydro available, Several flno building sites In this 100x510' parceTry your  kind of term? on a full prlco,of $14,0,00, JACK WHITE, 886-  2935 evenings, ' -     ���  HOPKINS LANDING ,#2-3-219  .Ownor transferred north, This Is your  opportunity to acqulro a cleared lot  with driveway In,'ready for building.''  SItuatod bri Marino Drlvo, has spectacular ,vlow over Howe Sound, Wator  arid hydro available, $13,500' full  price, JACK WHITE, 886-2935 ovos.  TREED-,ACRE/\QE"s-R-'.2--'-'*#3.217'-  Level trood acreage on Mason Road,  Sorvlcod wltlv hydro; Zonlna porrnit9  tho salting Up of a mobllo homo, FP  $27,50,0, LEE' I3ROWN, 885-2437  ovenlngs, . '  3 DEDROOMS - PAVIS BAY #3-231  Lovoly homo, high up on DqylJ Day  hill, Thick shag carpotlnp throughout  this doluxo homo, Floor aroa 1200 sq,  .ft, Brick flroplaco In living roorii and  roc, room, Largo dlnlnf) room and kitchen, Basomont, Closo to beoch ond  stores. F,P. $53,400, LEE BROWN,  005-2437 evonlngs, .,     ,  WEST SECHELT -  LARGE LOT >2Q-3-225  Lot   zonod  R-2,  75'   rood  frontogo,  295' xkcp; This lor is on a-quior ros-  Idonllol rood, mostly cleared with  reQlorial water -owl hydro available,  Me��h Prl(* *D��W0. ROY BUCKLE  0(|5-924| ovonlngs.  EARL COVE' rM9.3.200  Lovcl cleared lot wllh unobstructed  vlow of Jarvls Infat, This would bo (ho*  porfoct sotting for your summer voc-  SlL?n l"����mo. Asking prlco $11,900,  ROY (1UCKLC. 005-9241 ovonlngs  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY J-. Phone "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ���- 885-2235 (24 hours)  EVERY MONDAY���.': 4 5 p.m.. Community Hall Roberts Crook,        7  Elphlnstono Now Horizons carpet bowling, cards 8, flliTis,,  EVERY TUESDAY-���7l30 p.m., Socholt Lcolon Hall,S,U,P.S. (Soch��?lt  Ups 6\ Down's) Club, Now members wolcomo,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���fliOO p.m., Bingo, now Loglon Building, Socholt,  ,,.EVERY,iWEDNERDAX'r--8,p,m7lriirpductqry,,,.Lecture on Trancoridontal  Medltatlop, |,M.S, Contro, Gibsons, '-��..,-<.,,��. ,r,,,��...,,.>,,,  EVERY THURS.���8,00 p,m;, Blnoo, Pendor Harbour Community Hall.  THURS, afternoons "TOPS" mooting at public Hoalth Contro, 1:30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� 'J.3 p,m., Gibsons United Church Woman's Thrift  Shop, Also first Saturday of each month, ) 0 a.m, to 12 noon  during summor months,     ' .  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� ) 2 noon to 2 p.m,,, Wilson Crpok Library.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver   Real   Citato  Board       ���  REAL. ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 005-2235 (24-Houn) Box 128, Socholt, D.C.  "'" " "   Ya'ncottverPh0n0''689'5838'T"^^^^^ ���  ' <h  :"*  Af  y>%  ".'ui  \*w  4  (  338 JOLLY ROGER INH  SECRET COVE  , Excellent Cuisine and Accommodation  7 11 MILES FROM SECHELT - 885-9999  Sedhelt News Notes  ���i-fcjr Peggy Cocsawr  Old stockings or pantyhose are urgently what could have been a big problem for her.  needed for extended care projects at St. Thus,\ she was operated on successfully.  Mary's Hospital. Miss-Lillian Peters, Feeling perfectly healthy, .Freda would not  .therapist, would appreciate any that you - have felt the need to have an X-Ray. Helping  may have being left at the front desk at the others  certainly has paid off for ,Mrs.  hospital or leave them at the thrift shop in Jhe Thomson,  village.  MRS. SUSANNE MATERI, at 5 feet tall,   stacked. The log pile that trapped her   are stripped and there has' been a rain,  shows how high the logs on B.C. Hydro's   step son, Eric, were much higher than   "the poles are like grease," she said,  pole lot on Norwest Bay Road are   that, she told The Times. When the logs  'F?V*%$&  ALL PERSONS ENTERING UPON OR  BRINGING VEHICLES ON TO THIS  PROPERTY, DO SO ENTIRELY AT THEIR  OWN RISK. THE AUTHORITY OR ITS  SERVANTS WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE  FOR DAMAGE OR INJURY WHETHER  CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE,  '���S'Xp^i/fM        Ranks, post offices; municipal and  "fr?��*w$T    government offices and most stores will  ���*f�� **"' 5I - cl��se for tne province's newly proclaimed  a>i^*.��a* $ y *.!**  A surprise bridal shower was held at the  home July. 18 of Mrs. Beverly Shinn for  popular grade 5- teacher at,1 Sechelt  Elementary, Lianne Livingstone. Mrs.  Livingstone, mother of the bride-to-be came  up from Vancouver for the occasion.  Also present were Mrs. Beulah Lawson,  Denise Lawson,, Mrs. Vi Smyth, Jenny  MacKay, Wendy Lawson, Margaret  Billingsley,'DeeDee Williams, Faye McCourt, Lil McCourt, Germaine Lizee and  Peggy Connor.  The wedding of Lianne to Gary Lawson  will take place in Vancouver on Aug. 3. When  you join a school room with a Magic  Mushroom, you get a very happy couple.  Sharon   Lawson,   who - has   been < in  Bakersfield and San Diego, California for a  . year, .has returned home for her brother's  wedding and is' planning on staying in the  area.      -  . Rod and Germaine Lizee and family have  returned from a trip to Meadow L ake, Sask.,  and way points, found it very hot and windy  at Medicine Hat.  Mrs. Freda Thomson and her friend, Mrs.  Sylvia Kerr, retired to the Sunshine Coast a  year ago , working hard at their summer  place-at Davis Bay and adjusting it to year-  round living. Then the two ladies looked  around to join in local activities. For-  . tunately, they were directed to the hospital  auxiliary, where they were'happy to be  volunteers.  To be a volunteer^ you must have an X-  Ray. Freda's showed up the beginning of  Mrs. Olga Claman, whose husband,  Charlie, was well-known * in Vancouver  clothing circles for many years, is visiting  the Hugh Weatherbys .of West Siechelt.  Don't forget the girl guide bake sale in  front of Bernel Gordon's insurance office on  Cowrie Street on Saturday, July 27.  g_3U____n__________iai.,&fe..dfii  D  TMJC1CS &  MOW also CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  Rates  surasmwE rentals  886-2848 �� 885-2528  ."   885-2151 evenings  a  This day is set aside in honour oi the pioneers of B.C.  who built this province into what it is today.  Your mayor and council urge residents of the village  to properly observe this new  holiday.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Mayor  . ^Cfcr.,  British Columbia Day, Monday^ Aug. 5.  Banks and credit unions that are normally  open on Saturdays and closed Mondays will  "'-'���fl  P ^^3iiS&JI  " c*ose Saturday. Aug. 3 i& well as Aug. 5, The  alS^A'***' **��i    Tmys has learned.  t|# *fc*��| AU P��st offices will be closed and there  "^ ^   -T ***�� "   will be no mail delivery that day.  Gibsons and Sechelt municipal offices will  be closed as will regional district offices. -  Many retail- stores close normally on  Monday and it is expected that many more  will close to note the new holiday.  Under the British Columbia Day Act,  which was approved May 3, the first Monday -  in August has become a legal holiday.  British Columbia Day Act notes that the-  '  government   of   the   colony   of   British  Columbia was established by an act of the  British Parliament passed on Aug. 2, 1858,  and calls for the annual recognition of". vthe  ���  pioneers who built the colony of British' v  Columbia into the great, prpvince Jha^.it isA I,  '-^&!Sf^J,~i'x- "*���'���' '"      '" '   " ' "  siiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiig  g      INSTALLED & SERVICED       |  Repairs, new carpet sales,        ��  |  installation. Service guaranteed.   !��  ONLY warning sign on B.C. Hydro's  pole lot on Norwest, Bay Road is at  entrance to lot from the road. Children  can enter from anywhere on the lot  without seeing the, warning. Residents 1  of the area are demanding that Hydro  fence the lot,  Corner Pratt' & Rosamund  Gibsons ��� 886-9093,  Ullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllliliillllllllllllllllllll^  A FORMER Gibsons man, Charles Stanley  Stubbs, 59, died July 16 at Christina Lake,  B.C.  Born in Winnipeg Dec. 20, 1915, Mr.  Stubbs moved to England as a child and later  returned to Canada where he lived and was  educated in Vancouver and Gibsons. He  nioved to Campbell Rlyer. a number of years  ago whore he was employed by Elk Falls  paper mill. He retired July 11, 1974.  Mr. Stubbs was active In tho B.C. Wildllfo  Association and he was very fond of the  outdoors.  He Is survived by his widow, Doris of  Campbell River; one daughter, Mrs, Donna  Hunter, Campbell River and n brother,  George Stubbs, Gibsons.   ���  Funeral was .luly 20 In Campbell River.  1   Tho family suggested that thoso'who wish *  may ,mako donations to tho B.C. Heart '  Foundation in Mr. StubbsV memory,  7 '���-���'"���' :- '-'��� ���   / ������."���������  , &fp:  .��  >r��*i" s*V-^  ^l,'*&r__:>^sS  *    -SibVal'  PARENT EFFECTIVENESS  : ' TRAINING  CANADIAN BOATING LAW  'SOME MEN ARE MORE,  '  PERFECT THAN OTHERS  : THE PRESIDENTIAL  ^..^.......^TRANSCRIPTS,-,.'.,-,-.!.  THE GREAT' GATSBY  MENTA17 PATIENTS AND^  THE LAW  e o  o  O  la  Wt   i  "���*f if * * im   KJ(t*-W[^    -fy&t   j  i *i*,*R *\ p  r it it. a-$ >   i\k 1 i    jtf f      ,-U Mlfli (fKip)***'^  an.,,  fffWW^kMi \Utyy" ��� "V M-; i.;'; >  1 ,*V.H^a{V67t7o7';i^ll7^A!7L*li, , V*;7 ���     '.  ~HJ  v\'>\\  BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE ON LOT STOCK UNITS NOW I  Aircoochoscomtifwlfh yaut cholco of modornr traditional;  Doluxo Colonial and Spanish furnishings.  Our prices Includo complete delivery and sot-up at your slto;  YOU JUST MOVE IN !  Div. of Copplng's Car Town Sales Ltd., Pox 966 Secholt, B.C., VON 3A0  88_>-2204 ~~ 24 HOURS ��� "FOR COAST LIVING AT ITS BEST"  lUUBWWj  IS|  "���   - <���*>,.   -i i   >,  _,        /J^   ~��i^-. .- ^.1 *^ja -fTyTf. Ti  '   ii _(%..  ^"^^^m^^^M^&^^^B "  4..'".V/  *~BBtt*iwijx.-* rfSir J, aagBtp-gg-l. fe,������riiaj^ .jJ.faagft, ^  iii.iTgrf .^ii^raiirfiJMg^t^g^ai^^rrPiftifiiWiili iiriTiirt-ii n SnTiirTVuirr  ^WWHSstt&tPk&Rim  &SZZE2Z3BB&S  LADIES SU^^IER SHORTS  Sizes 1O20 21��%   OFF  LADIES SimER DRESSES  Asst. sizes    ^11%  OFF  LADIES iLOUiSES  Asst.,sizes   _&.|J)/0  Ualr  ladies mmm km full piece  BATHING SUITS  Asst. sizes   ^1^/0  WWtT  tf  t,  LIHLE GIRLS SLEEVELESS TOPS  Sizes 4-6 -vi 17  Reg.*09 SPECIAL   &  UTILE GIRL SHORT SETS  Sizes 2-6X  dM/Q  WWW  CHILDRESS SUiililER HATS  Asst. colours & sizes  i&aW /O  WW W  LinLE GIRLS T�� TOPS  Sizes 4-6X <\ 28  Reg. $1.59        SPECIAL   &  BOYS AND GIRLS CUTE SUMER OUTFITS  Sizes 2-3X       ^  *|33  Reg. $3.99       SPECIAL ^  UTTLE BOYS SHORT SETS  Sizes 2-6X  m  , MISSIS & boys wmu  GIRLS SHORTS GIRLS .SUEHER TOPS  Asst. colors Sizes 7-14     .._���.,  197 Sizes 8-12               .        ^1 iV  ^.$2,39    SPECmfa I Reg. ?1.39      SPECIAL -I"  GIRLS HALTER TOPS BOYS SUiiER SHORTS  211^''AEV'"' ' ; '������   "s��*pi��>M "'-��� ;'_>_*��p_,-__.':^3'  W/O   WWW Reg. $3,99        f^���"' ��� ���*  Sizes 7-14  SPECIAL  BOYS SHORT SLEEVED SHIRTS PER1AHEHT PRESS  Sizes 8-10 ' ' 4'97'  Rcga$2.44        SPECIAL  1  H  ! ;���,  ;.'.,    MENS'WEAR-'',        rV'.'';,,. ���'  MENS G.W.G. WESTERN STYLE SHIRTS 1EHS G.W.G. SHORTS  Asst. sizes and colors  Reg. $11.95  m  SPECIAL  HEHS BATHING SUITS Asst, .styles, colours nnd sizes  Sizes .12-38   w-^.-.  Rcg, $11.95 SPECIAL  1%  want*  - ���r ~^r~^ 'SUMMER:G0MF0RT�����^ ���  ...... i  FANS   20" s blades LAWN CHAIRS  .GREAT BUY 1T.1888. . ...:.  Reg, $5.98   -SPECIAL  WWwB  SBk^^S  "CHARGE-IT I"  Phone 88^2335   ��   Sechelt  X  -��- W    - ��.~f  iiH3     ^f-m^w '*'"i -��� 7.   in|  Ml       Iffir I _���!,*, *   *���-!  -a *      __EV     I   ��r  ll     A       i "    ���" * �� ���ll  ntvBn , , ,   7a - **f ^x-V^'^f''^ * *-w .'"C 7, ^v;^!,,;^,.*.. i��}"< r;ry-^yy }y  '"    '" HEI USIH ' nWMkB Q_t_& " E33J IRH ___��^_H��_i HJ'/SSk WkWi.r^^kHIl jfUklAkMB  1 V.���   1  '���If*'      -'  IP'-  ON THE BALL to billiard room at Mike   shaw, Lesley Lynn, Pat Hogue, Maria   ENTRANTS in .this year's Miss Sea Lions; Perry Bradshaw, Miss Gibsons  Poppel home are Sea Cavalcade Queen   Schneider and Roxanne Hini.                Cavalcade contest pose in music room Uons; Pat Hogue, Miss Gibsons Fire  hopSL Katiiy Whiting, Perry Prad-                                                              **** ?V*2?? PoppeLhom? J�� ^c^^^lT^ T^  Langdale. Candidates are, from left, PenConPump;   Roxanne Hinz,  Miss  Maria   Schneider,   Miss   Gibsons Sunnycrest Plaza.  Kiwanis; Lesley Lynn, Miss Gibsons ���Peninsula Photographers Photo  The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, July ,24, 1974  wlm  v..  ���tea  lo  1   .1     ,   a,      ,-    <,.,   ->    -V  '- <���"^;,'r,.  /..Mi'  Gibsons and Sechelt Stores  *'    . ���) 'TficdrSwx&zm' Sale  ,>. i  i '   !77  Swim Suits,  ; ^ White Pants and Tops  Shoes  7 7     V, .*V  'Blouses *  > < >.[ ��� r7  Cotton Nighties with Matching Negligees, f  * *     1 <\  j4tt,4tumuk (&te* at de&mnu frUoeA  .���     *���'    "���   ' ��,-   r       t .   V  ^      ',     '    -   a      '    ,    "  Ida l#& Ttoday, Jt# is  ,>��� %t  ,   ,      a^  .        M   .      ^ r  ��V.j��>  Welcome.to the ;;      ,;,_-' 1;*>' v    ;;  , ; 1 / a ; ,i .' J ^  I * i i '        ,- ������    " , -  6th ^iniual SeaT Gavalcacie  v- .  ^  N\  S ~r Bends. Gibsons  RETAIL       886-2700 ,T WHOLESALE  For all your tire needs.  CHARGEX  MASTER CHARGE  WITH WAT/ERFALL in background,    landscaped grounds at Mike Poppel's  Miss Sea Cavalcade contestants pose in   home in Langdale.  TASTEFUL DECOR of Mike Poppel*s   panorama of Strait and Bowen Island  Langdale home provides setting for  adds depth to background.  Miss Sea Cavalcade contestants, while  MP-elect Jack Pearsall of Powell River is  now the official member, of Parliament for  Coast .Chileotin.  Confirmation of his election was given  Thursday by federal returning officer Ross  Monk.  The final count of vote tally sheets, which ���  started at 10 p.m. and ended at ll p.m. July  17 showed: Jack Pearsall (Liberal) with  10,336 votes; Lome Greenaway of Williams  Lake (Progressive-Conservative), -9,988  votes ' Harry Olaussen (NDP incumbent),  8,655 votes; Gerry Karagianis, 356 votes!  Representatives of all parties involved'in  the July 8 federal election in the riding were  present at the final vote count.  PdRTicwsniani  The Canadian movement for personal litness  Fitness. In your  j_ heart you know  it's right  in Gibson's  We do have lots of fresh  fish... but it's much more fun  to catch your own.  GOOD LUCK IN  THE DERBY!  ailFS G9ABHB I  tifolgh-Ib %m\m  far $08 ��ovaficadd 4  SWIMMING POOL at Mike Poppel's    in this year's Miss Sea  Cavalcade.  Langdale home provides picturesque^   contest.       ���  ' backdrop for six local beauties entered  u '  See our new cargo of:  ��� shirts  ^ - .    .. -        <}  ��slacks  r ��� jackets  ��� /eWe//ery   j  ��� watches  . r><  M'. i=a:'_  _!��<(   a*        %  LTD.  MASTER CHARGE    !  H  Guess the "MYSTERY SENTENCE" and  riSi^���M_E&^^^  ��� - *     ' * *  S  -A 'J    . ���   " ^ ��� ' '      '      ' ".'J    ^��B-ai.  a        . . "        .'i'i     ,     -,'-.      ���'     i!',."..   -       ..      ���       Vjf*dir'r'',  * . U  *S,    ' r .       a    , ������ *  . , ^*fa\   a,  ,..-   .*B.i�� ;..'.!-.'...;; :i.^Aa��a(  1st Prize  2nd Prize  3rd Prize  SILVER DOLLARS  25 siiver dollars  15 silver dollars  10 silver dollars  ..,,,���.... .  Simply takejUiolcttcrn from th^  ��� put them Into a readable sentence, and drop them off ot the Times Office.  firr4lE4HTER^T06^HER*AND-WIN!-  I/Ct'p nil Join together for the Oth Annual  a 7%W*r$T4 h i.  \A >r   /'C7^70ii  7V '",   T^'^SW  1   i. .   ' i.M i ,' '"    7*.,f<  P      I \    I    I |M��i    '  I   ^ * | V  ((���I'M I "a*   a t*�� '���     k'a   HW  'l "''��     * V.'|7j,'"1<i' ' ''"  ���    7 '' i' 77 i\7.,'"X  .     ��V     77"  1 t it'1'' i,d  K;��7��t��J:,i,Ml'  Via I     T^aaitpfrlilKll  GIBSOfrS SEA CAVALCADE -AUGUST 2-34  from the entire Cast and Crew of  8<��  GIBSONS  D Just one/'Crock Pot" left for some lucky   .        person ��� The are wonderful.���Miss Bee's���   '  \  Sechelt.   >' '��� 7     . ��� > ��� ,     ��      .       7-   , -     .���  ' ' \    i iT^i " V       ,. 7p '   , m.'- ���   ���'''  Wednesday, July 24, 1974        The 'Peninsula Times ,,       Page- B-3  j>  "    i"  17 477 >>���:',  s,        '        *���{*    *    } '  -ll  % p,  .<; iv-u  Sometimes  STilEM ON 'DOWN IF YOU LIKE.  "* ' ^    ^ ^      ��� * ��  but make sure you jfiake. it to '  WW  (and let us help with the ceJebration)  ap ED MCILWAINE, SunshitieCo^ Golf  $���$ and Country ClUb champion, practices  ..... driving for the upcoming Sea Cavalcade  ^ golf tournament. Lastyear, McUwaine  %$ finished fourth, in the event, only four  j$g strokes behind the,leader.  7*p   "".���lif'i",   i,    i~ -_-P14 "v   pi a'ay^ W���'*-  } ."' .r���'H.   ",'/, *���a    i  Vimmiw jmt kave'to ���' i KTi&iv^  ''-v7%77k;^t . s.        ,*���.,-��    '7yyyffi^wiry^y-'-'u >  K  7-7 '.;��.  The pace and complexity of life in the '70's can sometimes be so  overpowering that we lose sight of our real objective/ ^It's easy  to get so caught up in your work, or the raising of your family that  months go by before you realize how long it's been since Vou took a  few minutes for a good laugh and a good time. We need events like  our Sea Calvalcade to relax a bit, have a little fun, and just get  frivolous. Sea Calvalcade is important to us all���not because it's  going to put the Sunshine Coast 'on the map* but because it's going  to make its better, happier people:  i  I  11. ���,  loreMri trie value is super.  i  Sunnycrest Plaza  A\i7 7 -l- / "' !>'  - '    '       ') '    . y 7 *7,\   *���=. .,    - ?       -x^, < '.   y ,  ���n' a I.  *l  Just-outside of Gibsons on Highway 101  \  '8864472  - ~l   . Aa      ' * 1  WILL BE OPEN ALL WEEKEND FOR  10 a.m. to 10 p.m.  886-7460  Marine Drive, Gibsons  Ed McIUwaine, current champion of the  . Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club, will  be-one "of 68 entrants "in 'this* year's "Sea  Cavalcade golf tournament slated for Aug. 3  and 4.  Last year, the tourney attracted players  from, South Africa, California, Dawson  Creek/Vancouver'Island, Powell River and  throughout the lower mainland.  Vancouver, area handicap golfer Richard  Randall took top honors in the 1973_ tournament,, winning the men's championship  trophy donated,by the village of Gibsons'.  Anna May Taylor from Seymour* Golf and  Country Club carried off the' ladies championship trophy, donated by Trail Bay Sports  Unlimited.     <  .       -  Tournament, play is open to the public.  Organizers invited anyone interested to visit  , the club Aug. 3 and 4 and watch some first-  rate golf. 7s'  wmmmmmmmmmttuimmui  .     Recycling  Is o * habit',,-  yoii, cop !iw  nas&BBSH,* ngsMag7aaCLIp. AND. SAVE jsskA ��pMaipp ? laammi^'Tfmaimm^  *^A -  Fill. SAT.r SUW., Ay^ST 2gid, 3rd, ^ 4t8i  tt,  y: 7 ;7^s*Lip>Eiii�� <       , : \ ;:  From June 15 to*6:00 p.m., August 4tH open territory  o Entry fee $1.00 Sr., 50c Jr.  1st prize: sr.-FLOAtER Jacket  Hidden Weight:, 10 ft; strip-easier rod .  J.     1st prize: Jr.-fi��hirig rod  DOUML Pkm - r^SDAY, AUO. 2  1 _ I . *        i \ '  I ', i  9_Pil_.|^y      "-  :   ;       and all.  SALTS IM BETWEEH  all expect to  mm $m  at  SEA CAVALCADE  ���and we hope  you do, too!  Co - operative  is more than just our  name���It's our way of   |  life. Try us oitce and  you'U see the  difference.  located In the heart of Gibsons   880-2522  We're planning  to have fun at  and we hope  you do,  too.  3:00 HMCS Quadra Band,Concert. Over 500 Naval  Cadets.  3:30 to 7:00-Children's Day *  3:30 Children's Pet Show  3:45 A complete Children's Sports Program under  the   supervision   of   U.P.I.U.   Local   1119.  Footraces,  decorated  bicycle  parade,  and  novelty races for children from tiny tots to 14  years. 7        _  SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd  8:00 a.m.,   Annual  Sea   Cavalcade  open   Golf  ,   Tournament ��� 36: Hole Medal Play.,  9:00 Parade Assembly, Brothers Park     ���  9:30 Parade Judging, ,5 categories. Commercial,  Society, Chil-ren, Comic, and Specialties.,      ;  10:00 Parade commences Park Avenue; left down  Highway 101; on to Gower Point Road to Dougal  Park. '       '  11:15 Firemen War of Hoses, Tennis Court  11:15 Exhibition Square Dancing, Dougal Park  11:45 Sechelt Legion Pipe Band to lead crowd back  to Government Wharf  12:00 Pirate .Ship War and Blowup  12;00 to 9:00 Beer Gardens, Kinsmen  Raincoast Company Entertainment throughout the  afternoon. .  ��� >  7:00 "Ceremony of the. Flags" ��� HMCS Quadra  Navy Cadets " ���    '        ��� -1        '  6:00 to 2:00 a.m., Kinsmen Beer Garden at Tennis  Court ������  9:00 Dance "Impatibles", Beer Garden  .9:00 to 2:00 a.m., Adult Dance, Legion'Hall  1:00 Opening Ceremonies for 1974 .Sea Cavalcade;  Introduction of Queen contestants and' official  party presentation of Parade Prizes. Master of  Ceremonies, Norman Boyd   <  2:00 Queen crowning by retiring Queen, Joanne  Jorgenson.     -      ,       \ '  2:00 World's Largest Tugboat Race. 4 categories,  between Gibsons and Keats Island  2:30 to 4:30 Naval Vessels open to public  3:30 Raincoast Co. Drama  5:00 Trophy presentation of Tugboat awards  9:00 Sea Cavalcade T Dance, Elementary  School;Games of Chance; Music by Penn Kings  9:00 Kinsmen Baron of Beef and Dance, Tennis  t    Court  MUGLfbS VARIETY  ml PAINTS  Sunnycrest Plaza 880-2615  9:00 Legion, Adult Dance  SUNDAY, AUGUST 4fh  8:00 Golf Tourriament continues, Salmon Barbecue 2:00 Sidewinder Contest  in afternoon for competitors  9:00 Gibsons Wildlife Club  Children's  Fishing  . Derby, Government Wharf.  11:00 Sabot Sailing Race, Tug Boat course  1:00 Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept.Water Sports,  Swimming, Burling, Jousting and novelty races  at Municipal Beach; Long Distance Swim  Two Navel Visitors  >  HMCS Porte de la Relne,  HMCS Porte de Quebec  will be arriving  Frldqy, Aug. 2 at 4:00 p.m.  3:00 Inboard Race  5:00 Kiwanis Salmon Barbecue, Wharf  7; 00 Kiwanis Boat Draw,Wharf. Fishing Derby  Prizes, Wharf, Trophy Presentations, Wharf  8:30 Teen Dance at Wharf  ALL Dances to 1:00 a.m.  Social evening far  Golf Competitors  at the Golf Course.  ESS  imssSfStsmm  iCLIP AND SAVE  McCLARY  30"Range  From $249'95 up  ,  Dining Room Suite  ..     , '   .          9 piece .7  $895-95  Fridge Freezer  16 cu. ft. McLary  ; 489-95& up  China Cabinets  ,            Full line               7  $4995&up  Dinette Suites  5 piece  $99'95&up  McClary  Dryers  $T89,95&UP  Fridge-Freezer  16 cu, ft. sldo>y side  $789*9S   ,/;.  t , 7 ,"'','    '  Dinette Suites  7 piopp  $379-95  Coffee Table Sets  3 piece  $59'9SoYup  Box Spring & Mattress  on legs, 452 coils  $99-00  _-^.Twin-Tubs- -  -  Hoover-Boatty  Inglls  J  $2Q9:95:Avp   <  _-r_gjfrac|1^Stere6'~--  WM. & A,M. Multiplex  J169;95   ��� ��� _  Sylvania Stereo Sets  Reg. $349.95   '       ;  now f*"  Bath & Shower Units  Fibreglas  White  ^299  Patio Sets  ^.iA.K��piH��i[rttBi..j.'.*^i't-ja4VMi.!g.t)fj..i��*s��iJ��ai._- m f^.[, TW^  9 . m ^aW](.VVil"W^| WP��^   H ."���<" _tnVi ���la^..(Jn���K.���.K_Jv.^,(M..v.lt  Stainless Steel  ^'o.a;"d.$199-'7&up  1  i  ��  I  Ever Wish You Had a Second T^V.?    From $25 Up,  Settle those disputes over who,watches what. We have several top quality used models.  smssese  S3SSSSSS  7  V,tl l>1      ���*]  Prices effective for July only. Hlg  nr  hway 101 ��� Sechelt ��� 885-2058  <h  mm  *> Page 0-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 24, 1974 7  z***BEHa&BP*BB*^-  .Fishimg fipis .  PRESENTED BY  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  B I A BOAT  CERTIFICATION  There are a great number of  factors to look for when you're  buying a new boat. Most important  is the B I A certification plate.  - Under the 1971 boating laws,  the federal 'government has ,set  minimum safety standards for'  small boats. To provide safe products that meet or exceed minimum  government standards, the boating  manufacturers, through the Boating Industry Association, launched  the B I A Boat Certification Safety  Program of new weight and power  specifications.  Every year the manufacturers  sign up for the program,and submit all of their boat models under  26 feet long for inspection and  tests by an independent testing  laboratory. The inspections make  sure the various models "Yneet the-  necessary safety regulations ��� both  from the federal government and  the B I A.  " - .The inspections concentrate on  specific areas that are crucial to  the safe performance of any craft.  Main purpose of the inspection  is the prevention of overpowering  or overloading a particular model  by computing the- maximum safe  horsepower motor and maximum  load the boat can handle. This  rating is based on the measurement and weight of the boat.  The boat is also carefully  checked - to make sure' adequate  flotation-is built into the boat so  it won't sink if capsized or has a  hole rammed into it by an under?  water obstruction.  Inspection probes the fuel and  engine, compartment for an adequate ventilation system to' assure  that the dangerous flammable  vapors will "not collect in the bilge.  On inboardiMOdels, the inspection spreads tdlthe backfire flame  arrestor on the-engine's carburetor  to avoid any dangerous flames  backfiring through the carburetor  when the engine is started.  The last test is a check of the  boat's navigational lighting system.  This is important if boats are to  avoid collisions while operating at  night.  Any boat meeting all of the  standards is certified and decorated  with a small plate that notes the  boat is "B I 'A Certified".  On outboard motor boats the  plate lists the maximum allowable  horsepower of the motor plus the  maximum number of passengers at  ", 150 pounds pety person \andMhe '  - total maximum* carrying' capacity ~  ,of  passengers, 'mdtor,  fuel,  and  gear. On large craft, the plate lists >  the maximum weight of the motor  and fuel instead of the maximum  horsepower   plus   the   maximum  number of passengers  and total  weight.  Before you make a final decision on your new boat, make  sure it carries that little plate  showing it is "B I A CERTIFIED".  Then take time, to attend a Coast  Guard Auxiliafcypor Power Squad,  ron boating safety class, The more  you know about your boat and  boating safety, the more you'll en-  joy our many waterways.   Rod'n Reel    _ ��� * i  ���iby Brian Baker  I mentioned last weekthat the kids fishing.  off our local wharfs/wereall smiles with the  bags of fish they were taking. Little did I  know the real reason for some of the smiles  was not for the copper rockfish, but for the  fighting cutthroat being picked up on chunks  of herring..    ' ''      '  Several adult fishermen have been  throwing'everything but their tackle boxes  off the dock with little or no returns for their  effort, myself included. It kind of reminds  you of Tom Sawyer or Huckleberry Finn,  when a young fellow sides up to you on the  wharf with a $1.49 rod and a rock for a sinker,  throws his 40 lb line out with a great hunk of  herring hanging on a 2-0 hook with a tidal  wave splash and bang, latches on to. a  2y2-pound cutthroat. And then to top it off,  yards the fighting fish up to the wharf hand  over hand and picks up his gear and, goes  home to show his dad leaving you standing  there with your mouth open and your lure  snagged on the bottom, because you forgot to  retrieve your line when the action started.  My son's did take some fish though and  after a toss'of a coin to decide who cleaned  and filleted the catch, (I lost!) we had a  delicious supper.  This past'week the salt chuck has been  slow with very few. fish being boated. The  expected run of cohoes has failed to show up,  even the north shore streams where these  fish were released have had poor returns so  far.  The clam diggers had perfect tides last  weekend and came home with their buckets  full. Till next week, keep trying, the coho are  coming? Good luck.  of sUidtinction  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM   '  ^Jrloorcoverinq&  ��� ���Ma. &  LTD.  Gibsons    G    886-7112  fa-Carpets fa Tiles  fa linoleums fa Drapes  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues. - Sat.,  -CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  We NOW HAVB A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located in the new offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light 3 Phono 885-2713  BRUCE LEGREE of West Vancouver is  top man in the Gibsons-Pender ��3rea for  the 7th annual Export A world salmon  championships Aug. 10-11. Bruce, a  director of the profits-for-research  event, is a radio station sales manager.  Arena News  ���by Helen Phillips  This, column is running into terrific difficulties this week as there just isn't really  too much to report.  One of the main reasons is that the last  finishing jobs, of which there are many, are  small and slow bits and pieces, plus our  carpenter was taken sick last weekend, so  there hasn't been as much done.  The divider is nearly completed, so you  can see the size of the small sheet of ice.  - Even that looks pretty big to me. As one man  said yesterday, the small sheet looks plenty  big enough for him to play hockey on, so you  can imagine how big the larger sheet looks.  Some of of IWA volunteers were out last  week and finished off the last of the  bleachers. They are all now painted, except  for one last coat-on the actual seats. Sure  - handy to have^ these men around.  . ; The)pot Hghts7are uV'tipstairis" and look  rather nice. They are done with a black  frame which sets them off, since the T-bar in  the ceiling is also in black.  Out in the arena, besides the divider, they  are also busy putting benches in the penalty  boxes and other small jobs.  The Ladies Auxiliary hasn't received its  lottery tickets yet, but they should be coming  soon. In the meantime, don't forget the>  tickets for the lot are on sale as of Aug. 1 and  can be bought from different members.  There just isn't much else in the way of  news, so look for next week's column and  hope it is a little longer.  3  tmed  Transcendental Meditation  Lecture 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27th  Wilson Creek Community Hall  .Two major changes in the allowable hours  of fishing in the Export A world salmon  championships have been announced.  Chief judge Jim Kojima of Richmond said  that fishing hours on Saturday, August 10,  have been extended until 9 p.m.  The other change is to shut off the $25,000  top prize event at 3 p.m. on Sunday instead of  the previousli p.m. closing.  "Both changes are. to allow more good  fishing hours and at the .same time send  everyone home a little earlier," the derby  executive added.       "        " -   '_,?���*   ^      '  Kojima and' his committee are also  responsible for inspection of all winning  salmon, a formidable job in the event that  encompasses Cowichan Bay, Pender Harbour and Howe-Sound waters.  It was announced that registrations are  now being accepted from fishermen.  The seventh annual event will be staged  Aug. 10-11.  Tickets are available at all Super-Valu  stores in B.C. as well as official weighstation  marinas.  Top prize is $25,000 and a new $10,000  hidden weight prize has been added,  The big derby is a non-profit society with  proceeds going to salmon research.  nets sum $25 fine  SECHELT - Floyd Hill of West Vancouver,  pleaded guilty Wednesday of having over, the  limit of oysters in his possession. He was  fined $25.    '        ^  Fisheries officer^ Ray Kraft told The  Times that Hill is the sixth person this year to  be charged with an over possession of  oysters. All except one pleaded guilty and  that charge is pending, he said.  An American, Melvin Sprague of  Californis was fined $25 for fishing without a  boat licence permit. He pleaded guilty.  "Cooperation from the public has been  good,"said Kraft, "and there have been  many complaints about over possession."  He said that residents are allowed no  more than 25 oysters in their possession.  ff  :*_#��_ffi_g^$$^^  l^^r��ar^^b^f^-^s:=.-a>KifrjK^7aia_jc-:-^-3  Sunshine Coast Regional District  ^mm^jpl    ,.M1,I,,II.I|  JMIM    ^IM'P'IIMIM  *v^W^'^it^��^^IHtoni_aVsttoMo* for (empto^  ''ftoMjw p>ick^o^/M9<lular hpmofi ond en*-7  ���t'tom, RlaWnJrio, Mwrl ��w<��nottilc<��r way)to ,  7 Itutld: lindVr'; present-day conditions, < Coll  %p��W> '^ y:\y.y >^y'y::  7CQE -'.ENTBRPfUSES, -ITO  'vv.8jJ3&#l)r_v.' >'�����, p^-oiju*.^    $83-2491  vmmtmmiuitmiti  ��c*aaja_  ,'t  stgEfl ui FupiiM laf.  SECHELT ��� Swimming classes for all ages  started Monday at porpoise Bay. Lessons  Will be conducted Monday to Friday until  Ajig.<5. ���    *    ������  Instructor for the Sunshine Coast Lions  Club-sponsored classes is Suzanne Evanetz.  Schedule for different age groupd is as  follows:  10:30 a.m. ��� Bobbers; 11 a.m. ��� Bobbers; 11:30 a.m. ��� Floaters; 12 noon ��� Pre-  beginners; 12:30 p.m. ���Beginners; 1 p.m. ���  Adults.  Count putts only chosen  by local lady goliers  Count putts only was the game chosen July 16  by the ladies of the Sunshine Coast Golf Club  for their weekly match.  Doreen Mathews took first placehonors in  18-hole play with Audrey McKenzie and Jean  Gray tying for second.  First over nine holes was Jeannie  Meadows with Georene Macklam second.  Pin round was won1 by Vera Munro. .  1 This game was also the qualifying round  for an upcoming senior Indies tournament,  In > ono week In 1899, 8,000 persons left  Dawson City, Yukon Territory ��� forever -  bound for the gold fields of Alaska or for the  return trip home.  Re: Registration ��f Electors  Will all those persons eligible as nn elector in the Sunshine Const  Regional District and residing in electoral areas 'A' to ��F? inclusive  (hut excluding the villages of Gibsons and Sechelt) who have not yet  completed their application forms.for registration as an elector  PILEASE DO SO NOW nnd mail directly to:  The Registrar of Voters  Sunshine Coast Regional District  i , P.O. Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AQ  Everyone who wants to Vote must register  $ ,i Im    I    ���   ���  a a 1 ...ia,, ..pp..   .,  Application forms can be obtained at nil local banks In, Gibsons,  Socheit nni| Ponder Harbour; or from the Sunshine Const Regional  District administration offices, Davis Bay, B.C.  All enquiries should be directed to 885-2838, Monday to Friday,   ]  between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  E. Willmott,  Secretary Treasurer  Ii. ��� S.7-- "'7-fHii bfjillM  i'    ll       **'ll i..' ' I  1  1.  HK  0    0    t3  !  MERCRUISER 0105  OUTBOARDS 0112  COMPLETE  PARTS.} SERVICE  HEW & USED JOTORS  Cabins -Campsites  Alr-bont Rentals  C0HO  f.mnihiAHESOEIT  Box 160, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2248  With a smile from our  factory-trained  mechanics 1 .  1ERCUPEY  OUTBOMDS  Vi inch Black Plastic, 50 foot length.  Regularly $2.35. NOW   $169  Tough plastic, 20 gal. capacity.  Regularly $4.98. NOW .   $^98  $  Gilmour model no. 961.50 foot circle,  regularly $2.49. NOW   Regularly $1.99. NOW,  Gilmour model no 962.60 foot circle $*|99  Regularly $4.99, NOW .a..,,,...........,..,.....,.....,.  Pyrex compatibles by Corning. $1150  Regularly $8.95, NOW,,..;,.u.J>J���,wi,.���;A.���...��.w.M.t..-M.M..',.., ,V, .  u  Gilmour model no. 304-C.  Regularly $1.29. NOW...  by Broom Craft. 14',' and 16" with handle. $*|49 S*i 98  Regularly $3,49 nnd $2.98. NOW,..,.  Aand-.J.  '-' if"���'-"ir'if~wrTi nir 11 it mm  u<*mmmnmm'V+~*imiw> w  muni  !���<!���U<ilH HBBfc,������������������_fc_.mftnAB___WWril ELDERLY or, infirmed foot passengers thanks to "golf cart", service now of-  disenibarking from ferries at Langdale fered by the ferry authority. Two Bush-  terminal no longer face gruelling walk man carts went into service at the  from the dock to passenger pickup area terminal last week and the operators,  local high schoolstudents hired for the  summer, report a brisk trade.  40 from 'BfC\'...  a .     i  Forty young people from British Columbia  are expected to attend an international youth  meeting in Boston, Mass. July 29-31.  They*will join more than 7,000 young  Christian Scientists from many lands at the  mother church, the First Church of Christ,  Scientist in Boston.  Theme of the three-day meeting is "Lord,  what wilt though have me do?"  Mrs. Augusta Watts of Sechelt was not  certain if any young Christian Scientists  from the Sunshine Coast would attend the  meeting.  Most of the young people will see the  recently completed Christian Science Center  for the first time.  All of them are members of the mother  church, and many are-active in branch  churches or Christian Science college  organization.  Countries to be represented at-the international youth meeting include Australia,  Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, India,  Nigeria, Swtizerland, and the West Indies, as  well as the United States.  There are 24 branches of, the mother  church in British Columbia, not including the  Christian Science  college organizations at  University of British Columbia and Simon  Fraser.      7 '  Dick Ranniger is latest  winner of Lions 400 draw  GIBSONS - Winner of last week's Lions 400  Club draw was Gibsons fire chief Dick  Ranniger. His ticket, worth $100, was drawn  by Marlene Blakeman.  Proceeds of the" weekly raffle go towards .  provision ,M a driver-training program for  Elphinstone Secondary School students.  Migk-ins net $130  SECHELT ��� Thieves broke into Parkers  Hardware and the Village Cafe in the  early hours of July 17 and made off with  approximately $130 worth-of merchandise.  To gain entry to Parkers,, the culprits  chopped a door off its hinges on the roof  and stole 10 hunting knives,-two pocket  knives and $8.30 in change.  ' They pften chopped their way through  a barred rear window at the Village Cafe  and stole between six and 10 cases of beer.  ���   Police are investigating.    . -,  Joan. Proctor  *!7.    '   ��� -,' ' 77 '     . ��� ��� ��� Stroit to!%  '<   ''Why do.they call this the Sunshine._  Coast Mommy?" asked the little'kid in  the .station, wagon with foreign license  _plates_7    m; y ,,     .'r\<\, ,'7 -   ,   .  "Because Canadians have a weird  1 sense of humor," snapped the mother as  , she adjusted her ram hat    7  "Maybe we just got the ferry to the  wrong spoV'said another Md shivering  in his rain-soaked bermuda shorts and .  .T-shirt. . __/v , /   \ 7    "'  , "Believe me, this is definitely the  wrong place," grumbled the father as  he wiped th��rain from his sun glasses._  '. "We should, never, have believed the  travel folders. From thejooks of the  4 vegetation here, I'd say the place should  have been called the "Rainforest."  'Well," said the mother, "I certainly  hadn't counted on spending two weeks  vacation treading water. My feet are  beginning to feel like two; sponges."  \ "That fellow over there with the  built-in flippers Is obviously a local  resident, let's ask Win how the place got  it's name,'' said the father: ,\  4 "Actually it was; this way,'7 began  the fellow. '*A:boatloati of people were  cruising near what is now known as the  , Peninsula. A fellow named Joe Coast  was talking to a friend. It was pouring  1 rain. Rather a usual occurrence in these  parts. Suddenly the rain let up and  bright sunshine broke through. The  j fellow ;was so excited he yelled to his  friend,, 'Hey, look at the sunshine,  Coast!' Some other people in the boat  ; mistakenly thought he was referring to  the piece of land. Ever after it's been  known as the Sunshine Coast."  "Really?" asked tlie tourists. "Why  that  story's  as   crazy   as   your  weather."    <     ' ,   .  Wednesday, July 24,  1974   , , The Peninsula Times   -     Page B-5  (  i     'v   ,*  *  COASTAL  ��,.,   \$fmrj,. a HpitiE, FURNISHINGS   .. ^ 7.      .,    -    *  WASHERS      DRYERS - REFRIGERATORS ��tc.  FURNITURE - CARPETS & FURNISHINGS  NEW AND LIKE NEW ,  ' H       A, r ^ T ^  Vancouver, B.C.  .,     ^V.WVSN ,2T4'  2143 Kingsway  879-4414  i V^i  e>  , i  .   '>6i }  Slop Now For Gigantic Savings !  AT  if I  ' ' 'm i'   -4    l      \- p=    -    >,  ���-'  Sunnycrest Plaza   *    886-2615  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  During the Klondike Gold Rush, men paid $5  for an onion and $15 for a newspaper stained  . with bacon grease to use as a substitute for  window glass. A bottle of champagne at that  time in Yukon cost $60.  Bus: 266-7111  Res: 273-6747  E* lo (Mickey) COE     .  BROWN BROS*. iFOUD  40th ond West Boulevard (opposite Kerrisdale Arena)  41st and Granville Street, Vancouver 13, B.C.  26" COLOUR CONSOLE  26" COLOUR CONSOLE  5 IN STOCK Solid State  a p  26" SOFT TOUCH  26" COLOUR CONSOLE  26" SOFT TOUCH  26' COLOUR 2 IN STOCK  2 YEAR WARRANTY  rif  1"n   '  .00   1  1  AA ���  .00 . 1  I  AA    i  .00   i  1  AA I  .00    i  i.OO   i  .00   l  op quality  1 25"QUASAR color (1970 model) $499^00 I  % 25" PHILCO colour (1971 model) $250.00 1  B   23" ADM B&W ,$49.50   a  I All other Marine and Electronic Equipment in stock I  ���  ��� ��� KH��/.  Wharf St.  (Next to Coast  Cablevision)  "We service whaf we sell"  885-2568     |  \ ���' Page B-6 The Peninsula Times    . Wednesday, July 24, 1974  JMMMMMIIMMtllllllllllltllMIUMimflHIIIMHimfmiHI^^^  5 *  Put your menage into 3,894  5' homes    (15,000    reader*)    in  jj . these' economical  spots.   Your  s ' 'ad  is always there for quick  5 reference . . . anytime!  ���������iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiimiir.  * Here's an economical way to =  reach,. 3,894   homes   (15,000 ~7|  readers) every week. Your'ad S  waits patiently for ready refer- 5  ence .... anytime!  . '  ��  illlllillllMMIMIIIIMMIMIIIIIIUIIlIlflMIIIMIIMItm^  ���������������������BanaaanBnaBaBBiaBiBBa  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 w- Woko-up Coils'  * Reasonable Rates   .  '  "Never Miss Another Phono Call"  885-2245  BUILDING SUPPLIES (con.)  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  "ALL BUILDING MATERIALS".  '   "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE - GRAVEL" ���  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL PAINT"      ~  "    086-2642 886-7833  Highway 101  - Gibsons  ANTIQUES  BEAVER HOUSE ANTIQUES  Good Selection of Furniture, China,  Paintings/ Collectible & Crafts.  Martin Road, Francis Peninsula  PHONE 883-9185, MADEIRA PARK  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design; Building and  Planning! Service  ROGER ALLEN  Drafting Services  _ - ARCHITECTURAL - RENOVATIONS  -CIVIL - HOME DESIGN  Wharf Road (over Irly Bird) Sechelt  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  ' Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons' - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  .    ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch-��� Phone 886-2201  Pondor Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Pork  HOURS:  Socholt: Tuesday-Thursday !0> a.m. to 3 p.m.  fri. 10 o.m. Wi 6 p.m., Sot. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  - Sibeons & Pender:'Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.ni.;' Friday 10 am. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Free Estimates  PflGD DONLBY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  or ��83-9972  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks      .  Stumps - Ditch Lines '  Call for a free estimate anytime.  TED DONELY Pender Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 805-2622  Bo* 73, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Fpr All Your  Building Needs  PHONtt yiRN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  ,    ,        ii,,,   ���   -'i7i,r   n  _i.ir-.-ir ���������,.��� r-n,-r r������_��� nu.i...,.r ���i'-r...,,', J.i,','       ',,   ,.      ,   ,  t._   TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL fiUILDTO SUIT       ',  COMMERCIAL. RESIDENTIAL  885-2713  MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENT  BUILD TO SUIT  PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECT|0IS  RENOVATIONS  Eves, 005-9951 . Dox 547, Sechelt  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  *a����^�����<M^>"WHaa��"*"."��*��^*"a"i^^��"��ii^"^*��*'  , .     LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  Repairs,  New Carpet  Sales and   Installation.  Service Guaranteed.-  Corner of Pratt Rd. and Rosmund  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 866-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  All Trades - Free Estimates  Eyes.; 886-2090  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  .  GRAVEL - FILL  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  x 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. 1 Madeira Park ,'  Phone 883-9911    iA-*   J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water,'Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  -    >ORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE   .  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating  or spring  cleaning  call  us  for your disposal needs.    -  * '   a '1  Commercial Containers Available  DIVING   7 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 '  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  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 Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations ��� .  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sochdt, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phono 885-9413  BULLDOZING  Piggott Bros.  CATD4D  805-2325  BUILDING SUPPLIES   AC. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  .- All.Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS ,  (tho Plywood People)  ������ ��� - ���rALL..PLYW00Di7���.���,.���...,���_,..��� ,���.  Exotic and Construction  Panclllna - Doors - Mouldings  Glues - Insulation  Hwy. 101    ���   Gibsons   ���-   886-9221  PHONE 8S5-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill ��� Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 805-9550  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ������ Ditching  Excavating ~-- Land Clearing,  ,   Road Building ������ Grovel 6\ Fill       ,  086-2830  ,...,.        PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARPOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  mmm,mmf*,m*IB>*"i'*H*mm*'��-,m*m*>*ii-m>-m HI I'i i-.-iip.i���i.i- ��i_i.-.i.|i>w.,.ii-li-piu,iiiaillwi��...i,   G. W. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tonka ��, Excavating ,   '   " |      Leyollpo 8i Landscaping  Phone Jerry/ 803-2600  JOHN C. ELECTRIC  New Installation -  Rewiring  Electric Heat - Design  Residential - Commercial  SPECIALIZE IN ELECTRONIC  Wilson Creek 885-2758  Pondor Harbour    a  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  ,_ Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Parte  Phono 883-9913  J. C. ELECTRIC  New Installation Rewiring  Electric Heat Design  Residential Commercial  SPECIALIZE IN ELECTRONIC  Wilson Creek 885-2578  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 085-9978  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FUEL  iRNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madoira Park, p.C.  FLOORING -CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums1  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  ) P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennett, sales maiiagor  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  G.S. CAIRN  ^^^.^.^^.^^ ���sgpT|C--1-ANKS-  LANDSCAPING  885-2439 Socholt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOPS (Cont.)  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (of Standard. Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  ,  -','"  , Bob" Forrester  Phone 885-9464  At the Sign ol the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  ' Automotive and Marine Repairs  '   Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721      Ros. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs .  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sale.  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout��� boats and cruisers."  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOBILE HOME  SERVICE  - Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd.)  0  Complete Maintenance  ��  Do-It-Yourself Trailer Skirting  24-Hr  Box 920, Sechelt    Service    Tel' 885-2712  MOTELS  MOTOR MOTEL "900"  ot Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast  Highway  Modern Completely Equipped Housekeeping  Units with Electric  Ranges and Refrigerators.  , NEW AND SPARKLING CLEAN  Barbecues and Hi bach is available as a  courtesy to guests.   ,  Rates from $9.00 a day single to  $18.00 a day for four.  Special weekly ond monthly off-season rates.  TELEPHONE 883-9939  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  G&E PLUMBING & HIEATING 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. 1  Phone 885-2918  ~L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  .     SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot WateT- Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  ���-   ��� ri      ���        ���   ���' - i.   OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  Oil FIRED' WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating  ��� Ventilation  ��� Air  Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrials  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.    ,  ROOFING (Cont.)  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroke, 4-stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512   '  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOVING & 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 Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs ��� Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plant* - Bedding Plants - Peat Mom  ' Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  ..^^^^.^Rlonne^p^Allen,,, Proprietor  Expert  Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Socholt   7 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phono 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and, Private Parties  ���Full Hotel Faicllll  MACHINE SHOPS  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Dalrd ���"  J3BNm^MA��H(NI WORK AND WELDING  Mercades-DoKiT' Sorvlco "T*"  Dlosol Work  24 HOUR SERVICE     ,       Sechelt * 805-2523 days ���  005-2108 eves.  ROOFING  ELECTROLUX    ;  7   Sales o, Service  885-9244  vmmmiitMMtmrmm��Mmmm  b Use thom  for steady,  low-cost !$  �� advertising ' to  talk  to   15,000 |  .&7...v.......        people! &  Classified AdBrlofs reach more  than 3,900 homos; oyory week, jg  THE TIMES  ��7885-9654 or 885-2635"(Socholt)  �����   ������'���       '���   ���-'���   '  wmfrmimmmmmt/mmmmh  ft'NM'M HBIIHMHI. IMBIIBIIHB.IIBHI.IIlatlBBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIaHIUMIIHIIIMIHIIIIBIHHIim  ��� IIHIIIIIIHIIHIIIIHIIIHIIII. IPHHHIlaHHa ��� laMII��|lp<IBMBIBIMIMIUBI>IBMIMBa..aiBIHBBlBIBI >���* ���BIBIBIMIBIBH IIIK  'e "  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block^ Gibsons - Wednesdays  7    886-2248 7':        ,7" i':  Sechelt- Mondays- 885-9712  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR ^EXTERIOR  '    BRUSH�����-,SPRAY OR RbLt  Call: 886-2512  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  Phone 885-2107  KAN-DO PaTnTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Secholt    ,  003-2734    "'    \,, Evonlngs;   BQS-2936  SUNSHINE COAST PAINtERS  ! All types of Pdlntlng  Private & Commorclal  GUtniral Dillvaiy    ,  Madeira Park, D.C,  883-2678    ,  Your. Business Card  J In this space will  reach nearly 12,000 people!  Low cost ��� Hloh power 7  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Salee and Servico��� S86-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfor  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION  SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION   & APPLIANCE  SERVICE  ���Used opDliances for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - JRototillers - Generators -  Pumps -  Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  Plants/  R.R. 1, Davis Bay, 885.2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY  ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 eyes.  <'RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD." ;  North Road, Gibsons  "YVo Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants -Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886r2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  C 8, S HARDWARE  Secholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  ., HOME FURNISHINGS  ! Phone 885-9713  *-.'�������*���������GENERAI7"ST0RE~"���~  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  1     Francis Peninsula Rood  Pondor Harbour v 803-24)5  * ��� Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid, - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROC>FING  AND  REPAIRS    ,  Free Estimates - Ajl Work Guaranteed  Box 948, Sechelt Phone'885-9091  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - 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 l  STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���^industrial Equipment'  -���Automotive,.  PHONE 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  SURVEYORS   ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phona 886-2709  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment, only  TOWING  Scows- Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGQ  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Movino & Log Towlnfl  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  - Complete Tree Service  - Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  - Prices you can trust  Phone J. RISBEY, 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - clean-up ypur wooded areas  - remove lower tlimbs for view  - top tall trees bd|acent to buildings  Marv Volen 886-9597  T.V. and RADIO "~  J&C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE  ���wo service all brand:;������  885-2568  next to Coast Cable Vision ,'  SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ~ ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  "IN THF- HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  7B��x,7v9, Sqchelt ���- Phono 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  VACUUM CLEANERS  BILL BLACK ROOFING  8, INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or REROOF  .Do* 2(3), Gibsons  086-7320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  7 SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakos early - chock our prices flnt  "*"7�� CustOiTtshqkbrsplirto order���*������"���-���  ��  Roof repairs  ��   Eaves and trough cleaning  Pox 380} Socholt Phone 083.9073  M  ^���������������lalllllMIBIlalBUDII aiaaiBI)II.BIIIIBIUBIIallllllliaUllllaHMBIBIBBlalailalBIBBIBIIBBIIIiailMBIIIIBIIItlllUIIIIIIIIIIII>IIIIBIIIIIIIMI|alBI|IIIIIIIIMII|IBM)IIIIIIMBIIIIMBIIMIBBIBIIIIIIIIBMMBIIIBMIIIIIIIIIIIalll)BIBIBIIIIIIBI IBH_nilll.BIII.IIHIimillBltl.il. ll.l|lll>llal*IB,BIB HIHIinHHHHIHBIIIIHIIIIHISHHHaHBiaHaHIBHHHIItHHBnliaHHIinall MIIIMIMIMMIIBHI IIMBfMM; A)     *  ChrSstiaBi Ici@iic8  Church services are held each Sunday  at 11:15 a.m. _in_St. John's United.  Church, Davis Bay,7by an Informal  . group of Christian Scientists. Everyone  welcome. Phone 885-9778 brl 886-7882.  ^j Wednesday, Julyr 24,  1974,       The Peninsula Times Page B-7  Hdifmooii Bay H&ppemngs  t  niiiiBiiBniiiimiBBtBinnBiiBiiinuiiiBiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiBiBiinr.  '        )   , .a,       <U)pj   ** .      t       V/ 8  Gibsons, Pentecostal  i     ,   HIGHWAY & .MARTIN , u  ,    Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  'PHOi^E 886-7107  '.   Pastor: Gerry Foster  7-�� '     ,, '      -  .     **'   \ * (   ',,.<' I' -r^y Mar7 Tinkle*  7,'. At an executive meeting of the Welcome  ��� New Caledonia College/ where one of the  ��� Beach Community Association July 15/the    speakers was Bob Poutt, a.UBC professor.%  ' ;anhual general meeting was set for August 17        Following the workshop, they'drqve north '  at 8 p.m. at the Welcome Beach Hall. - to Mackenzie over" the worst stretelvof road  ,  '' Notice > has been' received ��� of. an ex-    Mrs. Kingston'says she/has ever driven. At,  traordmary resolution which, will' be sub-    Mackenzie,rwhere her son Eddie is working,  mitted at the annual meeting. The resolution    they saw the now famous1 tree "crusher'"which *  moves that in view of the heavy load ofwork . cost a small fortune to build but has had to be 7  -on the secretary-treasurer this office; be    abandoned because it tore up too much of the  1 separated into two offices; with separate>   forest. On their way home, they stopped for a    , , . secretary'and treasurer and that the. con-    VjSjt to Barkerville. They enjoyed the rip-  r_..........................n....��..........,.......................fl   stitutionbe amended accordingly. Appointed'   roaring show at the Theatre Royal, but the  ' to the nominating committee were Jack Hall    roa(_ into Barkerville, was under recon-'  and Jerry Williams., - 'l struction and the' drive was anything but a  Plans were made to hold another ,bingo at    pleasure  the hall on Wednesday, July 24 at 7:30 p.m.  Bob Cormack,  a former  resident  of  Welcome Beach, is ill ih St: Mary's Hospital,"  New Westminster. He often talks of his many  years' residence, in this area where he was  the owner of what is now the Corby property.  -' For any old friends who would care to drop  ' him a line, he is in Room ,404.  ,  ���->  -.,Mrs��� V.G. Harris has,returned to her  .................,.........................u..��u...i.u...........r    home at welcome Beach after a long stay in  /'a  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Sechelt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY  _ 8:30 ond 10:00 o.m.;     - ,-  WEDNESDAYS at 10:30 a.m.  THE REV. N^'J. GODKIN, 883-2640  t   H  The United Church  ,    , of Canada , -  l .   SERVICES: s  St. John's United Church ��� Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  jj   St. Mary's Hospital. She was hospitalized  s   following a car accident on May 30.  * Mr. and Mrs.( Guy piear who never let the  grass grown under their feet, have been  travelling again. They joined an Evergreen  bus tour to Calgary,and Edmonton.,_At  Calgary they saw the parade but were not  interested in attending the-stampede. On',  their way home'from Edmonton, -they  travelled through Jasper Park where it  never stopped raining. They continued  through the scenic Icefield Parkway and  \   from a visit to Prince George accompanied  g   by Mrs. PhyllisKnutson of Pender Harbour  1 ,   .         Gibsons United Church1  s Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  s MINISTRY:     ,        i *.    S  s, Rev. Jim WiHamson, Gibsons, 886-2333 3  ?MIM��IM��IUIIIIIIMIllUllllllllillllllMIII|l��l|lllllllllllllll?  |' They   attended   a   10-day   workshop' on  |   "Normalise for the mentally retarded", at  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  ,,    - DAVIS BAY1  Sunday School  Morning Worship ...  Evening Service'  Prayer & Bible Study, Wed.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. ���  PHONE 885-2671  -    PASTOR:  FRED" NAPORA  10:00 a.m.  11:15 a.m.  7:30 p.m.  7:30 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  Have You Fond Yourself?  t \ p,  Studying the life and teachings qf Christ Jesus  has helped many people realize how fundamentally  their true worth relates to a deep love of God.  '' ' -I 7 7.      a -J  ��� BMfflffflB^ B    _.__ffr___B___     H  iheTipTH  Ik* H���fitS'  Broadcast  this' Sunday   over   many  ��� stations including:  CJVB 1470 Kcs at 9:30 a.m.  A Christian Science radio series  =p=  The Medical Clinics of Gibsons and Sedhelt wish  to announce that Dr. Wayne A. Everett  has joined them in General Practice  in theySechelt Clinic.  stopped for a look at the Athabasca Glacier.  ,77,"   7  "    7    7        7    7. At the Chalet at Lake Louise where the bus  Mr!\^f5^^tf^!1il-e^-��!d_hom! - halted for a meal break, there were 21 bus  loads of people already there; one of them  filled with Hawaiians. The Clears say they  would not travel during July again.  July, which is invariably a busy time for  Sunshine Coast hostesses, has brought many  of Mrs. Roy Holgate's big family to visit her  from all over Canada and the United States. ���  She has had visits1 from her daughter, Lori -  Klusendorf, who is working for the board of  trade and commerce for foreign affairs in-  Ottawa, her granddaughter, Chris Woodman,  of Edmonton and a friend, her great-niece,  Onalee Witmore with husband Ron and their  children Shawns and Ronnie of Thousand  Oaks, California and her "grandson Gary  Bath and his wife Pat from Calgary..  Arrived from Williams Lake to spend a>  vacation at Redrooffs are Eddie and Leigh  Stewart and their, .children Bqn-  nie, Brenda, Bryan and Bobby. They are at  the home of Leigh's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Temple. To join the happy reunion  camerthe Stewart's niece, Gail Zosiak from  Coquitlam, who was a frequent visitor at the  Hanley home in Redrooffs a few years ago.  . Visiting Mrs. Eva Lyons last week was  her brother-in-law, Micky Kilcullen of  Burnaby; who brought along his brother,Jim  ' Kilcullen of Sutton, England.- It was, Jim  Kilcullen's first visit to British Columbia and  ' he was disappointed that he saw Redrooffs  only in-one of its rainiest and dreariest  moods. He had hoped to see some of the  sunshine for which our coast is named.   <  Readers are reminded that in view of the  new deadline foncopy, news items should  reach your correspondent-not later than 10  a.m. Saturdays ��~|  ftmitum/mmiMMmtitmutMimk  IlLUSTI  1 ���  advertise...  i       ,  AMD SILL!  wtmrummmrmmMiummmn  J  �����       Q       Q  \      7  INCLUDING THE NUMBER OF THE ROBERTS CREEK  FIRE  DEPARTMENT.  WHICH   WILL  BE  885-3222.  ALt NEW  NUMBERS   WILL  COMMENCE  WITH  THE   -x- '���"���"'SECHELT'" PREFIX '���  FOLLOWED BY FOUR OTHER DIGITS,  All cuitomor* affected have been advised of thoir now numbors by ,  mail. Tboso tolophono number changes aro included in the now Auaunt  1st directory which Is presently being .delivered. (Mease continue to  refer to your present directory until the new directory becomes effective  12:01 a.m., Thursday, August 1st. , >Y  B.OJEL��  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  -���^      ��t  Our cruiser "Miss Sunshine" is available for; fast delivery to logging camps  from Porpoise Bay, up Sechelt Inlet.  We are pleased to announce that as of the  ol August we sholL^  our larger premises fa  Office block on Wharf Rood io Sechelt; where  we can better serve you for all your automotive  and heavy duty supplies.  I I        .... ���  Your Headquarter? For  m THE SUNSHINE COAST  gfg#ggs *��.  F  ��MWfMiJWM��mw>imiMMW<w����awia<wa��i��aw<awwwa<i��  TOTEM) CLUB  . - ��� 2. '  Poge B-8  .       The Peninsula Time*      Wednesday, July 24,  1974  This week an CBC ...  INDIAN HALL  jcsckpot, $3��@  i��75 TO GO  ^ DOOR PRIZE 7&  o^futnnfVuvinnniViri/TMTjnrTnnr iM"  WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 7 7 .   ^  . Concern 8:03 p.m. An important  discussion of epilepsy and autism,' both now.  known to be controllable if not curable  diseases.. Epileptics, ' their parents_ and.  friends discuss what it's like to have these  ���'. brain disorders. Concern also attempts to  correct fal^e impressions about autism by  allowing ex-autistic children to explain what  it's like, and doctors describe the advances  being made in its treatment.   .  The Bush and the Salon   11:03  p.m.  Searching for Michikamau by Geraldine  [S_lES3E^iS3ES53l3SI^B3CSHSS1^3BS!ES  Carefree  by American Express  Carnival Scandinavia  days from $.^  Land Tou' Only  |: 23d::i:r567 i7d:s:z*4go:  i  i  I days Irom $  l ind Tou'Only  **5$aV  lil  I  includes... hotel, 2 meeds, tour director,  sightseeing^ coach throughput.and tips  TURISTANO  INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL  Phone your local travel agent at  885-2910      885-2339        922-0221  PLEASE SEND ME A FREE CORY OF THE  72-PAGE "THE EUROPE BOOK"  S  Kubia. Iii 1903 Dillon Wallace accompanied  the American adventurer Leoriidas Hubbard,  and aft Indian guide, into the interior of  Labrador. The party,become lost and,the >  journey turned into one of great hardship and  tragedy. The misadventure is recalled from  Wallace's book, Hubbard's Diary, and the  statements of the guide. Produced in St.  John's.  THURSDAY, JULY 25  Themes and Variations, 8:03 p.m. A  . celebrity recital by Dennis Brott, cello and  Samuel Sanders, piano from the Salle Claude  Champagne, Montreal. The program includes works by Brahms, Hindemith,  Francoeur, Debussy and Schubert as well as  the workUpremiere of a work for solo cello,  Psalmody by Alexander Brott, father of  Denis. '  -Another member of this talented family,  Boris Brott, resident 7 conductor of the  Hamilton Symphony, is guest at 10:30 p.m.  on the program Music and Opinion.  ��� FRIDAY, JULY 26  Between. Ourselves 8:03 p.m. Shipwrecked in Hudson's Bay is the fascinating  reminiscences of Jim Janes, born and  brought up at Brigus, Conception Bay,  Newfoundland, at the turn of the century,  Mr. Janes'was a member of a crew which  was shipwrecked,'and travelled on foot from  FortChurchilltoGimli, Manitoba. Mr. Janes  also talks about Brigus and its famous family  of Artie explorers, the Bartlets, one of whom  skippered the Admiral Peary expeditions  and discovered the North Pole. Prepared by  Marg Kearney in St. John's.  Our Changing Society ��� a look at the  Italizan community in British Columbia by  Jurgen Hesse at 9   ;3 p.m.  SATURDAY, JULY 27  Highlight of today's Danny Fjnkleman  Show at 10:03 a.m. is an interview with Kelly  Jay,   lead   singer  from   the  rock- group  .Crowbar;. Kelly talks about his life and love'  for Duke Ellington and Bach.  Our Native Land 12:10 p.m. Excerpts  from the play Indian which illustrates the  attitudes of both Indian and non-Indian in the  '50's. Johnny Yesno plays a reserve Indian on  .  whom the play centres.       ' '    - '  Canadian open golf championship from  Mississauga, Ont. Bob Willson and Fred  Scambati report oh the day's play, interview  some of- the players. Sunday's report will,  include presentation of $40^000 first,prize to  the winner. Today at 6:10 p.m. and Sunday at ,  4:03 p.m.  ' ^   ' '        ,  Music de.Chez Nous. 6:30 p.m. each  Saturday from Montreal, today an all .Bach  program with Mireille Lagace, harpsichord  and Jeanne* Baztresser, flute. >  Anthology 10:03 p.m. West Coast Scene,,  first of,two, programs of work by young B.C.  .writers   selected   and, introduced'-by   J.  Michael'Yates, poet and radio-dramatist. .  SUNDAY, JULY28  Neighborly News 8:30 a.m. selection of  news and views from the weekly newspapers  in B.C. and the Yukon, editor Edgar Dunning.   /  Voice of the Pioneer 8:40 a.m. Host Bill  McNeil recalls three of the worst forest fires  in Canadian history; the South Porcupine  fire of 1911, the Matheson fire in 1916 and the  Haileyburt fire of 1922.  B.C.'Gardener 8:50 a.m. ��� advice and  information from Bernard Moore.  Capital Report 12:05 p.m. ���, analytical  reports from' across Canada and around the ,  world, host Peter Ward in Ottawa.  The Entertainers 7:03 p.m. The Earl  Pomerantz Hour featuring Earl Pomerantz  in sketches and music. Earl is the'host of.  CBC's new TV quiz program Double-Up,  Mondays9:30 p.m. Also the words and music  of Joshua Logan, responsible for such  Broadway hits as South Pacific, Paint Your  Wagon and Camelot.  MONDAY, JULY 29  Off the Record 2:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.  Bob Kerr > plays records from his own  collection mostly light classical music,  chosen carefully enough for the expert yet  not so highbrow as to discourage the  musically illiterate!  Identities 8:30 p.m. ��� music special on  contemporary Polish music and an item on  the trend towards inter-marriage between  ���> Polish and Ukranian Canadians. Also West  Indian cricket, a report on the traditional  English game which flourishes in Winnipeg.  Ideas 11:03 p.m./ Auras���the Invisible  - bodies. All objects seem to possess a halo of  colored light. This program examines this  possible index of mind-body harmony and its  medical diagnostic possibilities.  TUESDAY, JULY 30  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m. Part 1  Opera Massenet's The Juggler of Notre  Dame from the European Broadcasting  Union (ORTF France) Part II���During the  '   intermission  interviews- with costume  designer,'Suzanne'Mess and'contralto  Maureen Forrester.  TELEVISION :  FOOTBALL���Canadian Football League .  seasons/opens July' 24 with game between  Hamilton Tiger-Cats and.Montreal Alouettes  from Montreal-Channel 2 and 6 at-5 p.m.,.  ' On air crews in the east Tom McKee, host,,  Russ Jackson, color analyst and Don  ���Chevrier with play-by-play action. In the  west, Ernie" Afaganis, host, with Frank  Rigby, color analyst and Don.Wittman play-  Jtf'play.  ��� GOLFr-Cahadian   open   golf   Championships, live from Mississauga. Saturday, ���  ���July 27 1-3 p.m.  Tom Weiskopf defends his title,against  most of the top golfers in the-vvorld, including  Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer,  ,Hale Irwin, and many more. Commentators  will be Don Wittman, Ernie Afaganis, Don  Chevrier, Ted Reynolds alnd Steve Armitage  with George Clifton and Stan Leonard as  expert analysts. -  SUNDAY, JULY 28  Final round of the 1974 open golf tournament���1-3 p.m7   ,  Drame���, 9-11 p.m. .Journey by. Paul  Almond. A powerful story of mystery and  mythsetirt the'rugged Saguenay country. An  unconscious girl floats, half drowned into an  isolated community,- where she is rescued  and nursed back to health, But something in  the girl's past dooms her,, she senses she  brings ill fortune to the village and" must  come to terms with her past. 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