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 I  pI  1  ^&$s**��  fyv77'i^A��^^V'-- ^av-aCS 'X ., ^|#  5;  ^ t/7  ^ ,}^!  mwwaMMaiiapMaMmaMMMM  .^"k  West Canadian Graphic 1:  i!04 West 6fch Ave.,  Vancouver 10, 3. C. .  Servir  ���-    2nd Clow Mail' -  , Registration' No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb.,.Madeira Park, Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Eorl Cove, Egmont,  " LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  ���*     ���     Unior <�������$*>; Label  This < Issue' 16 Pages' ���  Vol 11, No. 38 7- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. 1974  >��� -'-'"'St.  '      <rf.v  -* r*  ���* * i  Sechelt eyes alternatives ��.j.  v- *��iftt >- * X      ywJflav-��"^ *___ * "flM :i  * ^^"^W^ if ^ \        /| ' ^**��w^'   #<aat      "^^ _____^**^ I _,        _HJ MA.  Hi ��__,  \J  ��      -  SECHELT ��� The proposed Sechelt-regional  district-Indian band sewer plan is dead, Aid.  Norm Watson told Sechelt village council last  week.  Watson said that a recent joint meeting,  decided to place the plan in abeyance. {  "This means,"said Watson, "that' if  Selma Park, Davis Bay or Wilson Creek wfant  sewer service, they won't be able to get'it."  We'll have to take a new, fresh approach1 and  council will have to decide on .new  alternatives." '  Clerk Neil Sutherland then read a letter to  council from Dayton and Knight, a,' firm  which had done feasibility studies on sewers  including the one for joint participation.  Martin J.J. Dayton-wrote briefly-of the  backgrounds of sewer proposals for the area  including the suggestion made by joint  committee that a referendum be held.  Dayton continued: "Legislation was  enacted at the 1974 spring (legislative)  session that |s of great benefit to small and  medium-sized municipalities.,  The former provincial Sewage Treatment  "Assistance Act provided for provincial  grants to cover 75 per cent of annual bond  redemption and interest payments over and  above the equivalent of two mills, but only  outfalls, treatment plants and some large  intercepting sewers were included. The new  bill provides a provincial grant of 75 per cent  of the annual payments over three mills  instead of two, but includes all the collection  system and trunk sewers in its calculations.  "For a municipality such as Sechelt,  which has no sewers-at all, therefore, this  means that a complete collection, treatment  and disposal system would not cost much  more to build than the equivalent of three  mills.  J-aft ���v ,/  i  DISPLAYING award-winning TOPS  banner  are  chapter  leader  Joan  Kampman, left, and her daughter Lisa,'  who is secretary." > '  The Peninsula Times in if scategory is one  of the top 10 community newspapers in  Canada.  That is the result of the recent Canadian  Community Newspapers Association better  newspapers contest.  The Times, competing in the 2,500 to 3,999  circulation classification, placed 10th in the  competition just 10,5 points behind the  leader, The Goderich Signal-Star of  Goderich, Ontario.  The Signal-Star received 74.5 points out of  a possible 100 and The Times received 64  points.  The judges were high in their praise of the  Canadian community newspapers.  "Basically the top ten are all within a few  points of one another and it takes a fine eye  and lots of judgment to determine which is  the better newspaper," said the judges.  The judges were also' critical' of the  newspapers but summed up their comments  by saying: "If these papers are a reflection  *'���' 7--��a7'     - "     "    ��� ~S<   >  -  of the healthfulness of their respective  communities the judges came away with a  healthy distinct feeling that there are a  number of healthy communities across  Canada." ,v  Only other papers placing in the top 10  were CFB Comox Totem Times, fifth, 69.5  points; Mission City Fraser Valley Record,  eighth, 66 points.  Woman kit after car  hits telephone pie  SECHELT���Marina Schott, 22, of Gibsons,  was treated for chest and face injuries at St.  Mary's Hospital Aug. 10 after her car left  Highway 101 near Selma Park and collided  with a telephone pole.  She was alone in the vehicle at the time of  the accident, Her car was written off, RCMP  told The Times.  The accident occurred at about 1:10 a.m.  GIBSONS ��� Gibsons chapter 1147 of the '  Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Club won  first   prize   at   a   recent   international  convention in Seattle for its entry in the  banner contest.  Over 90 banners from throughout Canada,  the USA and overseas were entered.  , Local chapter leader Joan Kampman said  that banners had to be designed and  fashioned by members, be in good taste and  illustrate the purpose of TOPS.  Last year, the same banner gained an  honorable mention at TOPS' 25th  anniversary get-together in Milwaukee.  "TOPS Club Inc.is an international, nonprofit organization for,the control of excess  weight," said Mrs. Ktlmpman. "In 1973,  TOPS members lost a total of 2,276,461  pounds, more that 1,137 tons of fat."  Anyone interested In joining TOPS should  phone 886-9968 for information.  SECHELT ��� There are 367 enumerated  voters in Sechelt, clerk Neil Sutherland told  village council recently.  -''   The 1973 voters list showed 446 owner  'y electors and 31 resident and tenant electors-  y, for a total of 447. There were also 145  ^ paJffenteeitiwnersapd^W corpo|-ations,|isted,  for a possible 611 votes.  Provincial' government legislation  abolished the corporate and absentee voting  which accounts for the lower number.  n.a.aa.a.i....��aai.ui.. ii.i.��.ia.a.i.�������... .......iiiiiim ���m...Bl��.a.i._>ia.i>ii.aiaBi>aai.ia<.i.i..iim..i.iiiiiiui.uuim>Mi I ���������� ���.ai.ni.iu..��ii...a i.a.i  O  ',��� '  ,    ,   ___#^1 ��� m   ��  OO.S  by DICK  PROCTOR  It's nice to'tako a vacation but it's,also  nice to get back in tho saddle.  Three hundred telephone subscribers in  Roberts Creek are up in arms becauso they  had their numbers changed andj unless you  look in the new phone book (under Sechelt),  ��� nnd find out tholr correct number, you will bo  told by a recording: "This number is no  longer In service."  Roberta Crcekers who had their phones  changed feel that an interceptor operator     glosses.  ample time to resolve any problems' that  might arise before we print the directory for  our subscribers next year,"  So that's good news.  To the young lady who lost her glasses at  Set Cavalcade: Don't leave your purse on top  of your' car nnd then drlvo avVay.  Items; spilled out of her purse and  Immediately the young lady stopped nnd  picked up tho scattered Items���all but tlio  should como on ond oxplaln.thnt tho number i  . was changed and glvo tho correct number.  When Charlotte Raines complained to tho  -phono company, flho waa told that aho should ��  hnvo told pvoyono who njlght phono hor that  her numboi1 was going to bo changed, Now  |iow can you do tjiat?  Now, says Charlotte, sho not only has a  now phono number but sho Is listed In tho  Socholt directory. Thd system was split at  Uio creok. Any subscriber west of Roberts  Creek (tho stream Itself) get. Secholt  numbers and the others retain their own and  remain In the Gibsons section. So, if you  know whoro someone lives, ond you wont to  call thom nnd thoy Uvo on Uio .Secholt sldo,  look Itt tho now directory under Sechelt.  Toko heart, however, becauso lt pays to  be a squeaky hlngo, Tlio problem will soon  como to,nn end,  Rrlnn flngloy, mnnngor of tho NorUi   Shore district, which Includes us,.tolls.mc,.  thnt B.C. Tol Intends to Intcrllst Gibsons,  Sechelt nnd Pender Harbour subscribers In  tho 1975 directory, I assume Uiat Includes  Port Mellon ��>*. well,  "In tho meantime," Brlnn writes, "(In  approximately twormortlhB'J'nho dally  supplement, nnd reprint dlrectorlea used ty  our directory nsslstanco operators will bo  Intcrllstcd, This latter change lilvcs iw on  opportunity to work with a fully Intcrllstcd  , directory for 10 months, This should bo  A kind, and unfortunately unidentified,  soul found tho aforementioned glasses and  turned Uicm Into Tlie Times office nnd Uioy  ^wero.ptaccd.ta,our,QtflM.^  Tlio young lady, while strolling along  Cowrlo Street, looked In Uio window nnd  there wcro tho spectacles, To tho finder of  Uicm, please accept her grateful thanks,  Moral: When yoiilo.so something, look In  Tho Times Found column���Uio object may bo  Advertised, In other words, don't make n  spectacle of yourself.  Remember Uio old Tom Swlf ties? There Is  a variation of such going nround now nnd my  son Bill hns como up with Uicso book Utlcs:  ... I saw tho Dovll by Helen Back; Lcnrn to  Tie Your Shoelaces by Claude Hoppers;  Learn tho Guitar by Melody Mnkcr; Tench  Yourself to Sew by .lonn Patches; Benutlfy  Your Garden by Pete Mojis or Uila zlnger: My  ..Career ns a Butcher. by._Chuck Steak,    'Nuf of that nonsense.  only Items that was higher appeared to bo  milk/ A four 'quart, container (roughly  equivalent to our tiireoquarw) sells for $1.63.'  Even applies are cheaper In California than  here,  Gas; of course.t Is cheaper. And who had  Uio shortago last winter?  Gerry Freeborn, Socholt village  maintenance supervisor (Gerry says just''  1 call him Uio vlllago sweep) complains thnt  tluj cenotaph and Uio lltUo park noxt to,  Wlgnrds nro no sooner cleaned up then somo  Idiots throw their. Utter all,over. Thoro arc  plenty of trash cans,  ,.,<:������Rny3oothroyd7 ;oCT^l!BWJ^ooJtro*.f?l  showing Executive Action Sunday through  Tuesday, It's Interesting especially now wlUi  tho recent resignation from Uio presidency of  Richard Nixon, because Uils controversy  film deals with tho nssaslnotlon of President  Kennedy.  Tills film aroused controversy when It  first camo out. Ono Now York TV station  refused lo run trailers prior to Uio opening.  Tlio film Is n dramatization of Mark Lane's  nnd Donnld Frcod's novel, Rush to  Judgment.  Tlio film maintains Uwt Ui��5ro' was n  conspiracy to kill Kennedy becauso his  domestic nnd foreign policies nro dangerous  to tho nation.  It stars a high-powered cost of Burt  Ijincnstcr, Robert Ryan, Will Geer nnd  ... ^^pj^y jj, "Uy" DnUon"TruniboT '   ^  ""  There la a mngnzlno that's avallablo on a  quarterly basis ond It's a darn good bargain  It's WlldlUo Review nnd It's (published by Uio  B.C,   department  of   retention   nnd  SECHELT���Building permits, valued, at  $1,210,000 have been issued to date this year,  building inspector Roy 'Taylor reported to  council last week.  Last year to date, building values were  $159,400.  To date this year, there have been a total  of 47 commercial and residential permits  issued and revenue to the village is $2,992.25.  , Five commercial permits were issued this  year with a building value of $423,0Q0 and 31  residential permits were Issued with a value  of $746,000. ������'.,���:-..",  Last year seven commercial permits  wore worth $83,400 and the four residential  permits were valued nt $76,000,  In July six residential and commercial  permits were valued at $133,000.  While trnvclllhg In the U..S, wo wcro taken  by fliirprlso-flhockcd mny bo n better word-  by Uio difference In prices. Eggs nro 50 cents  lr�� dozen; stonta range from M cents b^  pound. A brand of toilet paper that sclte for 08 for four Issues,  ccntfl for four rolls hero Is worth 49 cents for  four In BeMnghfirn.  ,  Butter, eggs, bacon, fruit and vegetables  wcro all lower thnn here or Vancouver. Tlio  *��n aa. aitM.i.,ai.aa��a<a aa.a��aaaMaa.a<.a.i.ia>aai.a....��.a.laia.M��IBiaMa.a..*.a.aii.MMaB^aaiMa��al.a��l��.l..l.iaii��a..iaaa.aa..aaa.i.a.aiaaaa .aaaiaaaniin.H.iaia.aaM.aaai.aa  village or regional course of action.,'  "Should council wish to investigate this  further, on the possibihty that the village  might consider building its own system  independent from the reserve, we would be  pleased to visit Sechelt and attend a meeting  at your convenience. Possibly you could let  "We already have data and costs from the ' us know so we could fit it in with our trips to  three previous studies on a complete sewer the Sunshine Coast on other business."  system for the village both for ocean and Council instructed Sutherland to arrange  land disposal and both for independent a meeting with Dayton.  Council told  SECHELT ��� The objective of the  Association of Professional Engineers of  British Columbia, is the protection of the  public.  That'p what'D.C. Lambert, P. Eng., told  Sechelt village council last week.  Lambert was speaking to council at the  request of Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth. He  stressed the importance of adequate and  professional designing and inspection of all  new buildings.  "Our objective, as an association, is to  protect the public. We are most concerned  that people have a right to expect a building  to be properly designed to ensure their safety  and that jt won't collapse on them.  "Our code of ethics (of the engineering  association) charges every one of our  members to consider the public welfare."  Lambert said that in larger B.C. centres  professional engineering departments of the  municipalities are supervising the  construction of buildings.  "We realize that in smaUer areas the tax  vbaseisiiot there to hire'professional staff but  these smaller areas are still faced with the  responsibility and they must ensure the  safety of their people."  Lambert suggested that if building plans  are sealed by a professional engineer, "you  have achieved some competence in  accordance with existing building codes."  He added that a contractor must construct  the building in accordance with the design.  "Use of professionals1 in design,  construction and inspection of building  decreases the possibility of liability on the  municipality in the event of problems," he  said.  Lambert discussed the White Rock case  where a building collapsed after it was  constructed. In the meantime the contractor  had died and the building inspector was held  liable. The inspector in question, Lambert  added, is expected to appeal the decision.  Statute of limitations protected the  municipality.  He said that if an engineer designs and  places his seal on a building he is responsible  for that building.  "Engineers and architects carry liability  insurance," he added.  Aid. Norm Watson replied and referred to  the White Rockjncident. He said that in that  case, the contractor skimped and the  building inspector didn't make final  inspection.  Regional district buUding inspector Fred  Rayburn said that "an engineer's seal can be  purchased in town any day for $200."  "He will seal plans in response to a  specific portion of them," replied Lambert.  "He can't seal any part in which he has no  intimate knowledge."  Cavalcade pSio  sought for contest  GIBSONS���Aspiring local photographers  should note that entries are being sought for  the first Sea Cavalcade photo contest.  Cavalcade co-ordinator Diane Quigg told  The Times that anyone is eligible to enter  except professional photographers. Pictures  may be in either black and white or color.  The winning photograph will be the entry  which, in the opinion of the judges, best  illustrates the theme of Sea Cavalcade.  Entries, marked Photo Contest, should be  mailed to Box 1000, Gibsons.  The winning photograph will be published  in The Times.  Record setting performance .  July's rainfall of 5.01 Inches has broken a  record established in 1932 when 4.74 inches  fell, according to tho weather station In  Gibsons. y  Tho 12-year average rainfall to July 1974  is 1.86 inches. In July 1973 a mere trickle of  .79 inches descended,  High temperature for the month was July  31 when It hit 78 degrees and Uio low was 47  reached July 11 and 13.  Despite the heavy rainfall, temperatures  havo been about normal for Uio month, said  Maryanno West, observer, Last July's high  was 79 on the 25th and the low was 48 on July  Ha,   -7. ��� ,'    '''���'    -7  V  As of The Times Saturday, Aug 10  deadline, thero has been no rainfall for  .August. .     .!    . ..    ...  Day-by-day temperatures wcro:  Tlie latest Issue has some Interesting  articles Including Somo Fiords of B.C. by  Peter Thome, It Is Illustrated wlUi aerial  Aid. Ted Hume resigns  from Gibsons council  GIBSONS ��� AkL Ted Hume bus resigned r  from village council of ter scr.vlng two terms.  Hla resignation takes effect Immediately  and a by^olcctlon must bo held wlUiln 45 days  to fill tho vacancy.  Increasing pressure of work prompted Uio  move.  V  lined $4|p;   ;  SECHELT���Wally Dcmpsfcr of Glbsona  fined a total of $450, banned'from driving for  ono year and placed on two years' probation  Aug. 0 when ho nppenrcd at provincial court  for sentencing on three charges,  At an cnrllcr sitting of court, Dempster  had pleaded guilty to Impaired driving,  refusing to submit to a brontholyzcr tost nnd  Uicft of nutotp, ���  Judge JSTJohnson Fined accused $.100  nnd disqualified him from driving for ono  year on tho impaired count, Imposed n $150  flno'1101*17 Dempster's refusal to tnko n  brcnthulyzer tent nnd plnccd him on two  ''ycnrfl,''probntlon���for'ti^C"nHtO'theft.,���"���,���*"-*~-,"���'������  In other court newsi Ford Perry wns fined"  $150 nnd banned from driving for three  monUis after pleading guilty to driving wlUi  a blood-alcohol level over the legal  ��moxlmum'>cl^08wn>-��-p��-~����^  Lorry Fortney pleaded guilty lo driving,  wlUi a blood-alcohol level over .08. He was  fined $450 nnd disqualified from driving for  ono month.  .......  Daniel Shcppnrd netted n flno ot $250 for  driving without Insurance,  1 .  High ,  ,  I/OW  Predp  Aug. 3  73  59  ���  .  ,Aug. 4  '71  511  <  ���  Aug, 5  CO  50  . ���  Aug, 6  ^ (10  52  ���-  Aug. 7  ,00  ',52  ��� ^  Aug, 0  ;00   '  53  ���  7  J.TO_  ,,���,... 60**  ,>���*��.r~".<.,!n.*.'  ^a.i.ia.............a.ai.inia.B.B��iaMa.aa��.ai.��.M<.a...ai.ia..^  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  August 14th to August 20th  | ai Point Atkinson  |     ���>' Not to bo mn4 for fiaviflatlon "-���  B..'.  14  0115  12.7  '���-������17-'  0450  13.2  w.  0922  1.2  Sa.  1152  .7  0505  12.B  , ���.,���'���  0650  13.9  0952  10.0  15  0240  12.0  3��  Su.  0032  7.2  Th,  1012  .7  0550  13,2  0545  13.2  1237  1.3  1052  9,3  0730  14.2  16  0345  13,0  19  0117  6.1  Pr,  1107  .5  M.  0650  13.1  0530  13.6  0130  2.3  U42  "0,3 "  0755  14.3  20  Tii.  0207  0755  0202  0030  5.0  12.7  3.7  14.2  :/   f  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SAU$ A SERVICE  mciw  SECHELT * 885-9626  7.lai.a.at.i.tin.tu.I.im1.1...���.>���.���.i..mi..ill.ia.....I.���.���.����' ftage A-2       . the peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 14# 1974  MORE   ABOUT...  ��� Sunshine Coastings  ���froBft psgo A-l  photographs of the coast and shows such--,  fiords as Howe Sound, Jervis Inlet, Toba  Inlet and Bute Inlet and Powell Lake, a landlocked fiord..   '.-  There    is    an    article    on    elk;  eulachonsjtrichnosis in wild animals and.  several other outstanding features.  Get your four copies by sending a dollar to  Wildlife  Review,  1019  Wharf Street.,   -  Victoria..  One last word/, on this year's Sea  Cavalcade. Normally we don't publish  unsigned" letters���we generally just thrown  them in the waste basket. But one  anonymous teenager complained about the  lack of dances forjteenagers. -   ..  He or she said: "The Sea Cavalcade ran  for three days and nights and there was only  one event for the teenagers, that was the  dance on the Gibsons wharf Sunday.  "The beer garden and other dances were  for adults.  "I feel the teenagers (under 19) are as  much a part of the community as anyone  else.   Many   of   the   teenagers   of   this  community are thought of as trouble  makers ... no wonder why."  So, next year's Sea Cavalcade committee,  there is something to consider.  at BoCo Pof ilion.  Free chest x-rays will be available at the '  Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver  from Aug. 16 to Sept. 2.  This service will be provided to all adults  who visit the B.C. Tuberculosis-Christmas  seal Society mobile x-ray unit, Operation  Doorstep, at the norm side of the British  Columbia Pavilion for the entire exhibition  period.  .from the pulpit  - ���4>yL Pastor Gerry Foster,  The most important thing a person can  know is whether or not one is a Christian.  This knowledge you can and should have. In  First John, we are given a few tests of our  relationship to God. In the next four weeks I  would like to mention four as we examine our  hearts together in the mirror of God's Word.  If we claim to be a Christian and have  fellowship with God, we will walk in the light.  The Bible says that God is light and in Him is  no darkness at all. If you are in a dark room,  you cannot see what is in that room, but if the  light is turned on, everything is revealed to  you.  And so in the spiritual realm God's light  reveals and uncovers sin. As a Christian, we  must desire to walk in the light and we must  be willing for God to show us where there is  iniquity in our life.  The Lord Jesus Christ is our standard.  The natural way is to, compare ourselves  with our neighbours. We think that if we are  not sinning as much as someone else, we are  , somehow accepted before God. But walking  in the light is more than this, for John tells us  to walk in the light even as He is in the light.  Jesus, the pure, perfect and True One is the -  one we must strive to be like in all matters of  behavior and morals.  ChristlanScience  On the Christian Science radio series  The Truth that, Heals, advertised in The  Times today, people tell how they have been  divinely lead in making decisions.  For further Information or free literature  on Christiana Science, please contact the  assistant committee on publications for the  Sunshine Coast at 885-9778.  4  .; .i**1!*:  mHihihUhTilWiiirliiB.  Transcendental Meditation  as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi  Lecture ���> Thurs., Fridays �� admission free �� 8,p.m.  Whitaker House, Sechelt  LONELY arid forlorn Jtook. of two-yearr  old Leah Venechuk earned her title  Saddest Baby of the Year in Sea  Cavalcade baby photo contest. Parents  Wally and Sharon live in Langdale.  IMPRESSIVE TITLE of Sea Cavalcade Deborah entered her picture in Sea B|sgj  baby of the year went to Jason Ball, 18 .Cavalcade baby photo contest. . . - -��� mmm  months,  after-parents  Bryant   and   .  . ' a>_ *       "   J*1  ��� .     # J     .-a      *  .   .:-.Ka"' . '  .'.S%~  .1  ���   .i1'^_-*__.!    "BJ-/.1A***'.*  ���"*��"   a."   '.**  m&yy  ��   Citation  ��  Cameo  �� ^ Merit  ��   International   O  Monocrest  0  BURLINGTON G      CELANESE  �� WEST MILLS      ��  HARDING  �� ARMSTRONG      ��  OZITE  G  G.A.F.      �� ARMSTRONG  O  FLINTCOTE  I  m  O  TAPPAN      ��  INGLIS  ��  FINLAY 0 JENN-AIR RANGES;!  vJv  s*  *    ." fa?  a^-  ONE-YEAR-OLD Lisa Upwood has;  good reason to smile. Picture, taken by  mother Maria, gained title Happiest  entry in. Sea Cavalcade baby photo  contest.  LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  For Appointment Phone 886-2765  *oum  Box 694, GIBSONS  ord  rf <  POOL  shenanigans   of   10-month-old   Cavalcade baby photo contest. Parents  Miranda Carmen Northrup won her title   Kirk and Ruby live in Madeira Park,  of   Funniest   Baby   in   recent   Sea  .  Jason Bryant Ball...  GIBSONS���Eighteen-month-old     Jason and Ruby Northrup, Madeira Park, of their  Bryant Ball has been voted Sea. Cavalcade 10-month-old daughter Mirando Carmen,  baby of the year. He is the son of Bryant and Saddest baby'was two-year-old Leah'  Deborah Ball of Lower Road, Roberts Creek. Venechuck, daughter of Wally and Sharon  The accolade was awarded this year for Venechuck of Langdale. *  the first time as top honor in the Cavalcade        An ear-to-ear smile won the title happiest  baby, photo contest.. ^   ...,-. v ^~ baby for Lisa Adelle Upward, one year, the-.*  Jason won a perpetual trophy, a keeper daughter  of Maria  and'-'John  Upward, W \  trophy and a pant outfit donated by Todd's Gibsons.        -   "  Dry Goods, Sunnycrest Plaza. These winners were awarded, toys,  Funniest pho^o was submitted by Kirk clothes, perpetual trophies and keepers.  ?  Christian Science  Church services are held each Sunday  at U;15 a,m. In St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, by an Informal  group of Christian Scientists, Everyone  welcome. Phone 885-9778 or 880-7882,  a..B....aBia.l..ai.��B��ia.iBMU.B��.i.a.aMHiHi.ii.iBaBi.ua��Hr  Glbsona Pentecostal  7       HIGHWAY & MARTIN   ,  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service* 11 ;00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 886-710/  PaWors Garry Forfar        '  ^B..B.B.iaiaai.B.aBBB..BBi.i.i��.BB.iiaiBiBBBB..i>..BaB.BiB..B<a.aBair  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  ~^HURCHTSo^i���  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY  0i3OqimI 10.00 a.m.  WEDNESDAYS, at 10,30 a.m.  THE REV, N. J, GODKIN, Q83-2640  a.iaaaa.aa.��..a....iaaiaiaaa..a<a<a.ia..ii..aiati.i...iau..a...i.ir  i       Tho United Church  ot Cnnadot  SERVICES;  St. John'* United Church - Davl�� Day  Sunday Sorvlcofc - 9t30 a.m.  Gibiom United Church  | Sunday Service" - 11:13 a,m,  .   MINISTRY!  ...,.R��v. Jim W,IHamsanrG|b��on��;.086.2333.  .al.lBB>B.BI��)Bl.l.liaiBI)IIII.IIIIBIII<lliail<IBIflB>IBII.IBI.BI<la.  i&S^Si^SWifiS^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ^*"Cl    r"       ���* '~n,T ��� ����-, ^-~���f ..��-���,��_������.. ^|J_.T-.    �����... -..r..-1-^..^J.-a^_^_..T^r^. .._=T_.._.V|||t y,,,^. ^M^ff-l,   iinfifc-i*^-  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  .,,_. ���,���.._,DAVIS BAY        7 .,.,  Sunday School   10.00 a.m.  Mornlno WonMp   11jlSa.ni.  Evening Senrlce .... ������    7.30 p.m.  Prayer & Dlblo Study. Wod,     7i30 p.m.,  Gotpel Hoiir (Gr, 2-0) Fri, .... 7��00 p.m.  PHONE 005-2671  PASTOR', FRED NAPORA  The location of the Administration Offices of the.  Sunshine Coast Regional District will be changed from  Whitaker Block, R.R. No. .1, Dbvis Bay, B.C., to the  secpnd floor of Mr. Neil Hansen's new concrete block  building oh Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C. (near S,AA.T.  Bus Depot), with effect from September 3, 1974.  7. , '        , , ' ''     .    '7' ' i 7'    ' " ��� '   '  To facilitate this move the S.C.R.D, offices in  Davis Bay will be closed after Wednesday, August 28,  ���i .. , i , ''.,''      ��� ���    ., < ���      '' '        ' .   '  1974 at 4:30 p.m, and will reopen in the new Sechelt  premises on Tuesday, September 3, 1974 at 8:30.'aim.  The officiql opening ceremony of the new offices  in Sechelt will be held on Monday, September 9, 1974  at 4 p.m. which will be attended by,Provincial and  Municipal officials, and other important local dignitaries.  .Q^sojioitejhejiowjte _y_ ��� ^_____ #  out Sechelt offices effective September 3, 1974.  Phone 885-2261 or 885-2262.  S. WdUtwtt  Secretary-Treasurer  S33S5S  mowmmsmm  an  'm.'idiSmiii.'JiikiiiM^  SS  Unconscionable business practices became  illegal in British Columbia after July 5,1974 when  the Trade Practices Act became law.  Ingredients of an  Who can help you?  The Department of Consumer Services  administers the Trade Practices Act and its director  handles consumer complaints and investigates  possible wrongdoings.  , Take one  shabby, high pressure  transaction,  combine it  with one  unsuspecting  consumer and  you've got an  unconscionable practice. It's not a difficult situation to create  and it does happen.  Whether or not a practice is unconscionable  must be decided by the'courts who can fine the  business in question and rule the transaction  unenforceable.  Examples of Unconscionable  Practices.  It noycr was fair nnd now it'.s illegal, under  the Trndc Practices Act,'to take advantage of   s  consumers because of their age, infirmity, illiteracy.  ���7i-'-���������-���'f'     ;       'l  Service Centres, staffed by researchers)  investigators and counsellors will be opened in  Victoria, Vancouver, Kamloops and Prince George.  Watch your newspaper for announcements of their  openings.  Throwing a little light on  teals.  1 The Trade Practices Act was designed not  only to halt unfair'business practices but to give 7  consumers new rights td protect themselves from ;  being taken in on a business transaction.  By now you'll probably wunt to know more  about the Trade Practices Atpt.ahd what it docs for  or their inability to understand English. When this type    you'��� that's wby we've prepurccl informative Trade  of situation occurs it's called an unconscionable ' Practices Act brochures, one for consumers, one for  practice, :���;. ���... : ������'���    ., >������ '���:���'���'..  7    Some door to door'sales can also be unfair.  Fast talking, persuasive salespersons convince  consumers they're getting a real bargain. If the  consumer had known the prico was so oxcossiyoly ,  k high .thpjrt^  ^Kgain yo.riiiwo"airm^  *' "*'""''  7...7  7   Snlcspersons who draw consumers into n  cloal knowing that tho person can't keep up payments  aro engaging in an unconscionable act. When   ,  payments aren't mot the unscrupulous merchant  moves In to claim lljo morchmuliso and any of the  consumer's goods signed ovor as collateral, T|ie  consumer ends up with nothing -just what the  salesperson luul in mind all along.  We've given you just a few examples,,  unfortunately thoro aro many moro,  business. For your copy write tho Community  Information Officer, Department, of Consumer   '  Services, Parliament. Buildings, Victoria and please  specify which brochure you wanfr      7  Help yourself to a fair deal. With,the Trade  *pr*  -Y  'iiy"��ll> <fp     \|fe>-'1  T_3 British Columbia Department of  CONSUMER SERVICES  The Honourable Phyllis Young, Minister Happehings around the Harbouf  At least one Pender Harbour resident  responded to the invitation printed in The  .Times a couple of weeks ago, suggesting that  'anyone wishing to discuss television or radio  reception in our area get'in touch with Mrs.,  Rosalie Gower. Mrs. Gower is a part-time  commissioner on the Canadian Radio  ' Television Commission, and was visiting  various communities in her area to discover  what problems existed..  It was Jo Whitehouse who called and  arranged to have Mrs. Gower visit at her  home to discuss with a group of local people  what are the shortcomings of our radio and  television service and to suggest possible  remedies.  There has been discussion of a plan to  erect a relay station in the Sechelt area, but  the Harbour group pointed out that this  would do little if anything to improve  reception here. As Miss Whitehouse  suggested, a relay station at the end of  Texada Island would seem much more  sensible, since it would improve reception  here and as far up this coast as Powell River  and Lund, and also on the east coast of^  Vancouver Island. Mrs. Gower saw the point  of this at once, and promised to take the  suggestion back to the commission.  She stated that it is difficult for those  concerned with improving communications  to realize, from their base in Ottawa, the  difficulties encountered in transmitting radio  and television signals over what seem to be/  inconsiderable distances���as from Vancouver to our area. The commission is  anxious to supply all areas of the country'  with adequate reception, but it suffers from a  lack of information. Commissioners are  aware of the difficulty of transmission to the  far north locations and are taking steps to  overcome the problem; but they are virtually unaware of the obstacles besetting  areas like our own.  And that's where we, you and I, the individuals inhabiting'this region, come in.  Would you like to be able to select a  channel to watch instead of being confined to  just one? It's perfectly possible that you  could. How can this possibly be realized? It's  up to us.  Mrs. Gower urges those of us who are  interested in improving the conditions here  to write to her or to the commission. She says  such letters are read and taken account of,  and if there were, say, 50 letters received  from the Pender Harbour area, this would  cause the commissioners to take a good look  at the state of affairs here, and undoubtedly  would result in improvement.  So let's all do that. Write to the Canadian.  Radio Television Commission, 100 Metcalfe  Street, Ottawa. Or write direct to Mrs. R.A.  Gower, 2607 24th Ave., Vernon, B.C.  Mrs. Gower also told the group who met  with her at Jo Whitehouse's that there is talk  of opening anew channel, Channel 10, based  . at Victoria. This- would be available to  viewers in Pender Harbour. The channel has  been applied for by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Mrs. Gower asked the  group what would be their opinion of per--  mitting the provincial government of British  Columbia to have this new channel for  educational programming,  After some thinking and discussion about  this, the group concluded that it would be  unwise to have the new channel controlled by  the government of the province, since it  might conceivably be used to disseminate  propaganda of the political party in  power in the province at any given time.  The good weather has brought a steady  stream of visitors to our area, arriving by  boat, by car, by plane, and by the bus load.  Ryerson United Church Men's Club from  Vancouver sponsored a bus tour a week ago  last Saturday; many of the party were seeing  the Harbour for the first time and were  frankly envious of our beautiful surroun-  ' dings.;, . 7777- , 7 ��� ���'.;. ��� 7^  Perhaps we who live here all the time are  inclined to take them for granted���even to  fail to appreciate them at all, A walk through  the schoolgrounds vyill convince you that this  is true of at least some of us. No matter how  often the grounds aro cleaned up and all the  broken glass removed, within 24 hours tlie  dangerous shards are back again, creating a  ' hazard for the youngsters who play there and  giving shameful evidence of the apathy of  our community.  I know���you don't personally break beer  bottles there, and neither do I, But all us of  liavo seen young people take up their station  In tho wooden tower at tho end of the rope  bridge, nnd wc all know that by morning they  will.have recreated the dangerous and ugly  mess again.. Lot's do something about It.1  Let's each of us resolve to go down and rout  out any misguided youngsters engaged on  this sort of destruction of our environment.  , They're young and heedless, not vicious. If  - by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  Some members had reservations about  the decisions taken: one of them wrote to me. -  about them, but unfortunately failed to enclose all of the letter in the envelope address  to me. What I received was page 1, which  ended in mid-sentence and had no signature.  Perhaps my correspondent will remedy this  oversight and send me a complete report of  the dissenting views���although I gather  these are now too late, since the group has  taken a decision on this matter.'  I was sorry to learn that Carol Maynard is  still not at all well, and has been unable to  return home and take up her duties with the  library. She's been staying with her son in  Sechelt. We're all wishing you speedy relief  from your discomforts, Carol.  My only news from Egmont concerns an  laccident. Margaret McKenna flipped her car  over recently on the Egmont Road, and is in  hospital recuperating from the injuries she  sustained. I'm not sure how extensive these  were, but my informant believed she had a  broken arm and some other injuries.  Hospital Auxiliary _ Fishing Derby was  held on August 3 and 4, rather than a week  later, as my tardily printed report seemed to'  indicate. Here are the winners.  The largest salmon caught was not a  whopper ��� we've heard of several much  . larger fish'taken in recent weeks ��� but it  won $100 for Don Weddell of North  Vancouver, fishing out of Garden Bay ,  Resort. It was 19 and one half pounds. Barry  Derlago of Vancouver took the $50 second  prize with an 18 pound 2 ounce salmon, and  third prize was split between Mrs. Margaret  White of Garden Bay Resort and Lacina  Casey of North Vancouver, both of whom  took 18 pounders.  1 Freda Hamon of Vancouver brought in  the largest codTTop children's prize went to  David Whittle of Sinclair Bay, who received  a taclde box donated by, McCann Electric.  ,Donny Fielding of Garden Bay and Mark  Taylor from Fisherman's Resort took cash  prizes for second and third place catches in  this category.  Hidden weight prizes were won by Mr.  Sofko of Langley, (a tackle box), Percy  Anderson of Madeira Park (a fish net  donated by Webb Construction), and Bob  McAdam of Coquitlam, fishing out of Coho  Marina (a cushion). Steve Randell from  Lowes Resort, Neil McLelian and Art  Alexander, both of Madeira Park, won the  draw prizes ��� Neil's was an Imperial Oil  pack donated by Ernie Widman Esso.  The ladies auxiliary was delighted with  the response to the derby ��� they made quite  a sizeable sum as well as providing lots of  enjoyment. They asked me particularly to  mention the kindness of Mr. Lewis of Irvine's  Landing, who loaned and installed the scale  used for weighing in the fish ��� all freshly  painted for the occasion; also the  cooperation and support of local resorts,  stores, and marinas, as well as members of  the auxiliary. Present plan is to have another  derby next year at the same time, since this  year's .was so enthusiastically received.  Our community needs a volunteer willing  to handle calls for the services of the  volunteer fire department said Alvin  Dribnenki. Of course, it would be necessary  for the telephone to be where calls could be  received 24 hours a day. The person Who  manned the fire phone would be required to  take information as to the location of a fire  and to notify approximately 15 volunteer'fire  fighters. Anyone who is interested in  providing this community service should call  fire chief Barrie Wilbee at 883-2450.  Incidentally, the PHVFB is planning a  firemen's ball for next month ��� September  14 ��� in the Community Hall. All volunteer  firemen have tickets for this function if  you're interested.  Dominic Christian reports that Bill  Dumaresq of Garden Bay died July 27. Bill  7 has owned property in the Harbjbur for over  20 years, and since his retirement from  Vancouver police department where he was  a detective until nine years ago, had been a  permanent! resident... of our community.  Funeral services were held at Our Lady of  Perpetual Jflolp Church in Vancouver.  From Egmont, tho nows Is that residents  of that community will have the opportunity  to enrol In a yoga class scheduled to start In  September,. Evans Hermon has agreed to  provide Instruction, providing,there aro at  least 8 or 10 people Interested. Tho plan Is to  provide babysitting services for those taking  part in the lessons, so young mothers can  toko part, Anyone wishing to join tills group'  should contact Ahn Frlesan at Earl's cove,  , Her number Is 883-2291. Anyone planning to  toko part should havo a medical examination  before tho classes start, so got your  appointment made soon I  Poul and Julio Klachan recently roturncd  to Egmont after a stay In Pender Harbour,  Wednesday, August 14, 1974      Tha Ponireoulo limes  Pago A-3  John Hall  CARPETS     DRAPES  CERAMIC TILES  COMPACTORS  GARBAGE DISPOSERS  and Seeing is Believing:  Dave Fisk  . /  An exciting new adventure in cooking. The amazing  "JENN-AIR" Range and Char-flavor Grillf Fully  operating in our showroom for live demonstrations.  @  COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FLOORCOVERING  SERVICE ,  ��  CUSTOM MADE DRAPES FROM FAMOUS CANADIAN MILLS  - ��   FREE IN-THE-HOME ESTIMATING AND SELECTION SERVICE  \  ���      . ��*    ^7'', A*  NEW NCO in charge of Gibsons RCMP Cpl.  Price comes to  Gibsons  after;  detachment is Cpl. Darrell Price. He heading up Clearwater detachment for*  recently replaced Cpl. Eric Dandy, who, two years. He and "wife Doreen have  was    transferred    to    Chemainus three children aged 6, 7 and 9.  detachment and promoted to sergeant.  -v we all demonstrated our determination that" 'and '.JullqsUffcrcd'rpalnful accident soon  thoy should bohuvo moro responsibly, I'm  puro thoy aouldbo made to realize that It's  quite possible to have a good tlmo without  endangering children or making our only  public pork hideous.  Madeira Park people will havo felt sorrow  to,hoar of tho death of Harold Dcrrlcot,  husband of Pearl Dcrrlcot who until last fall  was our local postmistress. The Dcrrlcot.  havo bcon living at langley since they left  Madeira Park. Residents will n\m havo been i  saddened by nowfi of tho death of Tom  Fraser, who lived on Lagoon Bond until his  death,  I waa sorry that my column didn't make  Inst week's paper���although I mailed It nt tho  usual time, It wasn't recoiled In. Tlio Times  office" until after ihy" do^Ilnor In "it I'd  promised to report on the meeting of Uio  Pondor Harbour Community Club <>n July 21).  At that mooting, tho club voted to spend a  staggering $.1,1(13 to fill In about 120 feet of tho  creek which mm through"its property, and  nlrjo to grndc nnd level the parking orea���  particularly tho swampy section nt tho extreme west sldo of tho club's property,'  "Ditch Number l," tho man-n>ndc dltcli  through tho school hoard proporty will ho S  dealt with later, It Is hoped, ��  after'their return, She hurt her hand while  trying to adjust a balky outboard motor, and  had to have several stitches to closo tho  wound.  This glorious August woothor has got usi  all out enjoying tho fishing,, boating,  swimming, and sunbathing, ��� doonn't seem  possible that we're already halfway through  tho last month of summer 1 Thoy, scorn .to go  faster every year,  ^//////////U///U/////////////////f//f/^  Uso thom  advertising  for   to talk  people!  Classified AdDrlefs  than 3,900 horrics  reach mora  every week,  THE TIMES  805-9654 or 885-2635 (Socholt)  885-2922  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  Showroom Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday,to Saturday.  Opposite new Regional District Offices "Now Under Construction"  WHARF ROAD - SECHELT  Vvi '. ���   I IWiPI'-ll. i  yy^  ��iiiB$iiipsipfsi  (/He*  CKLING yiNEIUUIS2.  *1-09  Harmonie Choice. fl) /f f|C  Ass't.l4oz.. ��0/ I V  Viva. ����C  2RollPack   Purex.   * HHC  4 Roll ��   Laundry Detergent ���_^l ��� 09  80 oz..   LIVE LIQUID 24��   Grill Time. f|E_0  101b   Prices effective Thurs:; Frl.7 Sat, August 15; 16; 17  We reserve the right to limit quantities  }/imtmnmttm/m/t*mrmiMtMfo  PHONE 88^2522  MARINE DRIVE, GIBSONS  ���V For Fast Ad-Brief Service  PHONE 885-9654 -  885-2635 -886-2121  BIRTHS  HELP WANTED (Cont.) Page A.4-Penins��lg Times, Wednesday, August 14. 1974    AUT0S & TRUcKS (cont.)     FOR RENT  GIBSONS AND SECHBLT  WB3TBRN DRUGS  , . .ore pteessd to sponsor Kits  BMfe  Aoaouneosnont space,  end  extendi Dee* Wbhea to tho hoppr  pcirasta*  ROBINSON���-Ken and Elaine  (nee Moffatt) are pleased to  announce the arrival of a baby  boy Craig Dyling, 5"lbs. 12 ozs.  on July 27th, 197477    1039-38  CARD OF THANKS  WE would like to thank the  ROMP, friends, neighbours  and all those Who assisted in  locating our missing boat that  drifted into Davis Bay on Monday.���Jack and Betty Wilson,  a Calgary, Alice Young, Sergeant's Bay. 1002-38  MR. AND MRS. E. LAMBE  would like to thank the following nurses and-their aides  in Extended Care St. Mary's  Hospital, for .the^lqvely birthday surprise on7August 4th.  It was really lovely. Thank  you���Dorothy Goeson, Alice  Horsman, Anne Herbert, Mary  Cooper, Ruby . Ono, ' Diane  Fromager, Clare Tucker and  Shirley McCaughton.     976-38  OBITUARY  McCONNACHIE-, Passed away  August 7, 1974. Alexander  Beaton McConnachie, late', of ,  Davis' Bay, survived by his  wife Hellen, 2 sons, Alasdair  and Campbell, 1 daughter Mrs.  Sheila Gibson,. 3' grandchildren. Cremation. In lieu of  flowers, donations appreciated  to B.C. Cancer Research Foundation. Harvey Funeral Home,  Directors. 1008-38  GIBSON���Passed away August 7, 1974, Mona Beatrice  Gibson, late of Madeira Park.  Survived by 2 sons Rex, Prince  Rupert; Larry, ^JJurnaby; 5  daughters Mrs. Estella O'Con-  nell, Maderia Park, Mrs. Edna  Caswell, Kamloops,_Mrs. Vera  Binder.' Burnaby, Mrs. Jean  Rousseau, Madeira Park, Mrs..  Doris Crichton, (Madeira Park.  29 grand cliildren and 34" great  grand children. Funeral service  was held August 11, 1974 from  Pender Harbour ' Community  Hall under the auspices of  Jehovah Witnesses. Interment  Forest View. Harvey Funeral  Home Directors. 1009-38  COTTRELL: Passed away Aug.-  7th 1974, Stanley Gibson  Cottrell in his 59th year, beloved husband of Isabella Cottrell of Roberts Creek. Sur-f  rived also by son Stanley Jr.,  daughter Mrs. Betty Ann Al-  b'inson; brother Stephen, sister  Winnie and grandson Robert.  No funeral service/     1000-44  PERSONAL  'ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���.  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9409; 885-  289G; 885-2896. . In,, Madeira  Park, meetings Wednesdays at  8:30 p.m. in the Community  Hall, phone 883-2404,;     709-tfn  COMMISSION an,original ink  drawing, water color of  your boat, cottage , or house.  Reasonable rates. Call Andrew  Krumins, 885-2601. 345-tfrt  , BAHA'IS believe in Univer-  sal Education, and the spiritual solution of the economic  problem; Phone 886-2078 and  885-94507 893-tfn  HELP WANTED  FLEETWOOD Logging , jC o.  Loggers seeking employ.  ment please contact Mr, Walter Bradshaw at 888-9188 between 7 p.m. ,and 9' p.m.  . 7943-itfn  ���>' BABY sitter wanted 2 days a'  week for 2 children 1 %'��� and  3, to start in September. Gibsons nrcn. Phono 806-9958,  930-37  PART time teachers required  for Sechelt Retarded Children's Association In the Gibsons and Wfadolrti Park areas.  Qualified, applicants please op-  ply in writing giving resunio  of qualifications and experience ,to Mr. Vcrn Wishlove,  �����-Do3(:-101rSecholtir"*-*-**807-30-  TAXI drivers, full time  and  .part time. Class 4 licence. Ph.  886-2211. 1024-38  LEGHORN laying hens $2 each  Phone   886   -9831:      985-38  MATURE woman to manage  Jean Shop. Preferably with  sales and book-keeping experience. Please write Box 1042  c/o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. , 1042-38  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River   News  Town   Crier  ��� Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963     "  SALAL  pickers.   Top   prices^  Buyer ' for   Western   Evergreens.  Phone  Marg  Donley,  883-2403. 888-tfn  t DAVES Bay���Cleaning lady required 4 hours per week after Jl p.m. Phone 885-9696.  1041-38  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone: 885-9654 or 885-2635  Box Numbers 50c extra,  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising  40c  per count line.  Deaths) Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriom, Marriage-and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 1.4 lines)  and 35c per line after that. Four  words per line.'  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  AVON  I have open territories in Gibsons, Sechelt and Granthams.  One can be yours. As an Avon  Representative you'll e a r n  , good money, choose,your own  hours. Sound interesting? Call  885-2183 or 339-2617 collect.  9566-atfn  PENINSULA Times immediately needs a bright, self  starting person for advertising  sales and related duties. Work  will be centred in Sechelt of-.  fice and area. Must type, have  car. Phone Mr. Proctor, 885-  2635. 1096-38  OPENING for cleaning lady,,  for ' halls  and   stairway  in  apartment and store. Ph. 886-  7112.      '    - 1027-38  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation   3894  As filed with the Audit  Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)    '  Jne Insertion' $1.20  Three. Insertions $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area   Outside Local Area  U.S.A.. -   Overseas  Senior Citizens,  Local Area ���  Single Copies   ..$7.00 yr.  ...$8.00 yr.  .$10.00 yr.  $11.00 yr.  .$6.00  _15e  1973 CORVETTE Stingray L82,  panel top, auto., P/S, AM-  FM^ low mielage. Phone 885-  2204. -DL5520. 1015-38  TRAILERS  1973, SCAMPER 20 ft.  Fully  S.C.   Tandem  chassis'.   Like  new. Extras $3850. Phone 885-  2308' 983-38  21FT. TRAILER, sell or swap  for boat,. Value $1,900 Phone  885-2323. 991-38  SWAP  " 21 FT. TRAILER, sell or swap  for boat. Value $,1900 Phone  885-2323 992-38  SMALL   1   bedroom   cottage,  furnished.   Central  Gibsons,  $135. No dogs please. Ph. 886-  7810. 1010-38  CENTRAL ' Gibsons,    former  school   board   offices   above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366.  746-tfn  FOR immediate occupancy, deluxe 1 bsdroom suite, W-W  carpets, drapes, fridge, stove,  heat included. No children or  pats. $175. Phone 886-7112.  1028-38  ONE bedroom apartment in  Marine Drive, Gibsons, duplex. Stove, fridge, oil heat,  overlooking water, near shopping. Phone 885-9654.    1047-38  FOR RENT (Continued)  FURNISHED   4  BR,   2  bath,  WF home, Sechelt, $350 mth.  Sept. 1st to June 30th. Phone  885-9248. -      954-tfn'  1 BEDROOM self contained  ���suite, unfurnished in West  Sechelt. Available Sept. 1st.  Suitable for single person or  couple only, prefer-non smokers. Phone 885-2451.      1032-38"  WILSON Creek. Fully f urnish-  ed 2 BR WF. Available Sept.  1st, $225. 885-2623. 949-37  NEAR Sechelt. Furnished  house on acreage with small  business. Good garden, suit  couple. For rent on annual  lease. Ref. required. Available  Sept. Phone 885-9469.    883-tfn  FOR RENT (Continued)  STORE, on Cowrie St. Sech-  -   elt. Phone 885-2527.    786-tfn  1 BEDROOM Waterfront suite  permanent occupancy only,  caretaking duties as rent. Ph.  883-9055. - tf  2 ROOMS and kitchenette on  . Selma Park waterfront Suit-.  able for 1' mature person.  Available Sept 1st ,$75.Phone  885-2908. 749-41.  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    HalL    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  __. 3246-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  LIGHT weight .utility trailer,  must have good tires. Phone  885-2502 after 6. 1023-40  "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 on 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.  r\ 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 unauthorised reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  MACHINERY  WORK WANTED  FOR all your carpentry needs,  call  A.  Sheppard Contract-  ing at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance. Rubbish removal. Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates  Gibsons to Sechelt. Also fireplace wood for sale; $15 per  load delivered. Phone Norm,  886-9503. . 9983-tfn  WILL batcher,  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    nandyman.    Carpentry,  painting  and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.' Free ' estimates.   Ph.   886-7111.      36-tfn  1 10-10 JOHN Deere cat, good  condition. Integral arch, laid  in   winch,   with   or   without  trailer. After 5 phone 886-7490.  1011-38  MOTORCYCLES  '73 .YAMAHA,   360cc  Enduro.  Low mileage. Excellent ^condition. Phone 886-7035.  624-tfn  LIVESTOCK  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ger is coming ,to Coast. Contact. Sunshine Farm 885-3450.  994-tfn  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing'  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  MAXICROP  Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway,  PHONE 886-7527  ���y ;   ���������������:.-���[���,��������� '   osoi-tfn  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chlr> ���  ken feeds - Horse feed r Hog  feed ..-��� Qattle feed, Hay and  other' feeds by order.   258-tfr  2   HORSE   trailer   for, rent  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  ' p.ia���"-��.a���-i���i.-.i.i    ��� ���'  i    i.i   i.i    ii'anl.i    i   ���    ni|   in-   PETS -  GOOD homes wanted for lovely   trained   kittens,   phono  '885-9085. 904-38  WHITE   mnlo   mini   Poodle  , would llko to contact someone with female, tho same for  breeding. Phono 000-2718 after/'  4.30 p.m. 1001-40  ,     , -M    ||M|.   ,,   ,  i  H.H-1.IIHI...II .  .. '     ii ii.iiii..irni...i ..-.��� ..-   .-'i..,  REGISTERED Snmoyod pups,  from CH stock,, Can bo,,scon  on   Peninsula.   Phqno    Mrs,  Petersons  9-15 .', Powell  ^RlVer4B0-42Q7.~~,^^^iic-40*'  BOATS & ENGINES  16 FT. Fibre-ForrA with 65 HP  Johnson plus trailer. $2200.-  Phone 886-2503. 1017-38  17 FT. .6 IN. FG over plywood  with 85 hp Merc OB. Phone  886-2096. 911-38   j   PRIZE winning Kiwanis Boat,  14 ft. K&C runabout, 25 HP  Johnson, elec, EZ loader trailer. On display at Trail Bay  Sports. $2350. Phone 886-9340.  .1034-38  15' 6" K&C '72 glass boat, full  camper top, sleeperette seats,  with 60 hp elec. start Johnson, heavy duty battery, two  5 gal. fuel tanks, paddles, life  jackets, all on 1000 lb. Road-  runner tilt action trailer. This  near new boat package can be  seen at Lot 10, Jervis Bay Rd.  Earls Cove or phone 883-2498.  861-38  22   FT.   CABIN   cruiser   I/B  $700, also dingy $60. Phone  885-9715 even. 978-38  4  SPOOL Swan  girdy,  good  condition,  $150.  Phbne 885-  2901. 1036-38  16 FT. runabout with 33 hp  Evinrude. Windshield, forward controls, canvas cover,  A good seaworthy family boat.  On a trailer and , ready to  ',. launch. $950 ONO, Phone 885-  2422. ,  :,;��� 924-38  14 FT, boat used only 2 mons.,  ', wide beam, incl. .'35 HP  ' motor, trailer with winch con-  ptrols plus gas tank. $600 firm.  Phone 803-9048., ...'       1045-38.  : 12 FOOT fibreglass, brand new  paint, 20 hp Evinrude, newly  rebuilt with now controls for  $975. 883-9017, Roger Clement.  748-tf  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)  17% FG OVER plywood with  85  hp Merc  OB, $1500  or  nearest offer. Phone 885-3306.  957-38  19 FT. CUSTOM SANGSTER,  Volvo 155 h.p. and leg, glass  windshield and sides, canvas  cover. Good running condition,_  all fibreglass with all.accessories. Marina, moored. For,  quick sale. Phone 885-2566.  977-38  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Etc  1971 TORINO Squire station  .wagon, excellent condition,  351, auto., P/S, P/B, new B.F.  Goodrich steel radials, trailer  hitch. Many extras, $2895. Ph.  886-9102-. - 1003-38  '67 CHEV panel truck. % ton.  Good order. $795. Phone 885-  9816. __ _ 878-tfn  1970 CHEV cab Ford, ideal for  family   man  who   needs   a  truck.  $2850.  Phone  885-93627  1013-38  '59  V/W   BUG.   Good   transportation $250  firm. Phone  Susan 883-2524 (9:30-5:30).  997-41  TRUCK flat deck, will fit 2-5 "  tons $150. Phone 885-9873.  999-41  1965 FALCON, 6 cyl. standard.  Good condition. $800. Phone  885-2583.  905-38  1970   VOLKSWAGEN   station  wagon, priced for quick sale.  Phone 885-3307. , 1043-38  1967 RAMBLER wagon, 232 -  6 cycle, also 1970 Chev Im-  pala 2 door HT, 350 V-8, auto.  Phone 886-7479. '   933-37  1968 AMBASSADOR     SST,  white vinyl top, 2 door, cruise  command, air cond.. 4 hew  tires, new muffler and tail pipe,  343 motor. $1550. Phone 886-  7793. 1020-38'  AUTO, trans. Fits 289-302 Ford  .motor. Needs work, $35, 885-  2619 eves.'   . !     , . 961-39  1970 COUGAR convertible,  fully loaded;, new radials'ond  disc brakes. Will consider older  pickup and cash as trade, Ph.  880-9154.      , 1020-38  E.  REALTY ID INSURANCE  Multiplt Llitlngs Sfrvlce  Box 238, Gibsons B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 7M< acres, only partlolly, cleared; >vator from  adjonlna creok, Woll-bullt cabin. Only $37,500 with, % down.  ALSO 5,5 acros, wllh crook;,lovol with good garden soil, closo to  hlohway, Asking $29,000 with $12,000 down.  GIDSO'f'.', ��� - Closo to post offlco and stores, Immaculate 2   ,.l.omof~hiutu;rol|.hoQt,.FuUlprlco-^354000,~n,-��~��.~~...��M~r��-��^^..  OR  REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY  101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR y EGMONT - EARL COVE  INVESTMENT ~~ 3 cabins on ono lot, Only 50 paces from nlco  beach. Current Incomo $200 por, month. A Qood buy at $36,000  FP. somo torms,       ,     " ,  MODERN HOME -A- 2 bodroom; full basement homo on loaso lot,  In-law suite; oxcollont vlow, Just $32,500 with torms,  CABIN ��������� on lovol M,acra lot, Rural, Sunny oxposuro, Full prlco  If I /, DvO, ' i    p  ONE ACRE t- of Ylow proporty with oxcollont houso . 2 bodrooms on main floor-2 oxtra in basomont for guosts (or kids),  Fully sorvlcod-Asklno  $33,900,00.  ACREAGE 22 acres, power dnd water avallablo, tome lake-  frontago, Full prlto $60,000,  WATERFRONT ~ About  'approx. 1  $29,500,  ... . . 100-foof frontago In, Bargain  Bdy,  SW^iSftJ^3 ocro ,ot* "V"' ,0P�� ��n raaii> ���powor Qn<' water, F.P,  Closo to oolf course, near transportation; fovefy 3 bodroom homo  on 2,5 acros, full basomont, auto, oil heat, fyll prlco $42,000,  LISTINGS  M��mb��r Vancouver  W AJNLTJ D  Real Estate Board  RON McSAVANEY, Manager  886-2240  Evonlngs* 085-3339  HOMESITE -���a 17W acres with pood'cabin, crook and waterfall.  Somo good soil, Wooded lot ond hoqvlly treed area; on water and  powor, A good buy at $45,000,  TWO LOTS ~. slclo-by-sldo, largo, lovol and sunny. Both havo  wator,, and.powor... Close -...ta.~ gov't-dock. Asking -$10,500 ond  $11,000 respectively.  I        ��   f ������t.i..ipinMiW,i,i, .n���i  VIEW LOT ��� closo to Madoira Park..Ready to build on, Fully  serviced. Full prlco $13,500, _i  REDROOFFS ���. Largo, lovoi corner lot; just $9,000 full prlco.   ��� ' ������"��"-"  ' I  PHONE Q83-2794  John Breen       Archie Brayton      Jock Mormon  ? BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE:    PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 _, TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  .      Member of Multiple Listing Service  ��� ,   WATERFRONT - GUNBOAT BAY  Approx.  170' waterfront, sheltered moorage, on approx. 4 acres  land on highway 101 close to Madeira Park. $57,000.  ^yy*;>vy*<;,   ,pv -.: ���  -77-, '*ty**%.X'A       ��      .  L1. *���-' v7   7-->'"''<'-  *��",-���   , ' 7  ^"���SWPkPMfBKJVrt  y ���>  ,r  >'v7ta?  -���>   *��� * '*"���' -'*��l"''<"i  FISHING CHARTER BUSINESS-  Chinrfok Charters Ltd. at Madeira Park. 3 fiberglass' boats, 37',  28', 14'; all completely equipped. Present owner willing to operate  business for purchaser for balance of this season. $121,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx. 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx. 20 acres of view property with approx.  800 ft. deep,  sheltered "waterfront. Suitable site for mobile home park or con-  . dominium development. Excellent view of Pender Harbour and,Lee  Bay. $125,000.  FISHERMAN'S COTTAGE - MADEIRA PARK  560 sq. ft. one-bedroom home, built 1972, electric heat, stone  fireplace. Needs new floors. Close to school, stores and wharfage,  $18,700.   COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITH REVENUE  Large commercial building, 3,303 sq. ft., plus'3 BR home on  2.954 acres. Asking  $185,000.  Adjoining lot, 1.467 acres with 2 BR home also available. Asking  $40,000. To be sold together with above property. All buildings  presently leased, Open to offers. Phone Jack Noble, res. 883-2701.  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level acreage with over 600' road frontage (approx. 400' blacktop), 208' deep. Possible 7 lot subdivision, 2 BR Panabode home,  full basement. $70,000. Open to offers. Phone Jack Noble, res.  883-2701.    KENT ROAD - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Approx, 1 acre, nicely treea1 and secluded, 35x10' one BR mobile  , homo, hooked, up to water and hydro, Immediate pososslon. Ideal  for. fisherman, $35,000.  HARBOUR MOTORS    '  Shell servico station on Garden Bay Road with 4-bay garage, store,  auto body repairs and new, large paint shop. Price Includes land,  buildings, owner's 3 BR.,Residence, some shop equipment and 3  ton tow truck. Doing a good business, but could easily be Increased. $85,000 plus cash for stock In trade.  WATERFRONT HOME - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level' lot with deep, sholtorod moorage, Covered float anchored  by piling. Home has 3 bodrooms, wa||p-to-wa|| shag throughout,  flreplaco, double carport, basomont, All appliances and arapos  Includod, Situated near Canoe Pass on Glldon Road. This type of  homo on watorfront rarely on market. Priced at $87,500,  VIEW HOME - GARDEN,BAY  3 BR homo, brick flroplaco, sundock, carport, full basomont. On  a lovol comer, leased lot - fully landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000,  .........    .... . ... L0TS ������'������'���;���,  1, SINCLAIR BAY ROAD . 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  $9700 and $14,400..  2,, NARROWS ROAD, cleared view lots noar Madeira Park,  $9,000 and $11,-000. -    ,  3, GARDEN BAY ESTATES, sorvlcod lots, somo with vlow. $6,900  to $12,500.   ���'  ��� ��� ' i      ,     ,���....,  4, MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 sorvlcod lots, $9,800 and  $10,000,  *>5,-NARROWS ROAD'- approx, ^-acre lovol land,* excellent vlew,-  N    $29,500, ,7 ,:  6, MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobllo homo. $7,500  ond $22,000,  7, MADEIRA PARK ROAD - lot, th9t Is very closo to school,  storos, gov't wharf and post bfflco, $9,500,  8, MADEIRA PARK, 2 commorclal lots - $16,000 and $20,000,  9, GARDEN BAY - sorvlcod vlow lot on Garden Bay Road In Gar-  don Bay. Driveway In and lovol building slto cloarod, $11,000.  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Approx, 3 acros, 250' cholco watorfront, In Madeira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop bidg. wllh repair facilltlos, display and sales room,  offlco, stockroom, Owner's 2' BR homo, 7 motol units, facilities  ��� for camper ' and trallor units,, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foroshore loaso, Largo up tp data stock  of boats, motors, parts, marlno hardware, Evlnrudo solos and  sorvlco; $250,000, plus cash for stock,  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating In lho Pender Harbour area with two ready-mix Jrucks,,  1 dump truck, 1  loader, gravol crushing ancj screening plant,  gravol loaso. $118,000,  .; ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  1, Approx, 20 acres of fairly level land with approx,  10 acres  cleared,  $35,000,  2, Approx,  1(4 acros on Highway  101  - good commorclal site,  gravel pit, Asking $65,000,  IT  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two adjoining waterfront lots, each,with approx. 64' waterfront.  Close to school, store and gov't wharf. $22,000 and $18;000.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT^  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's 3 BR home, 8 sleeping rooms, restaurant arid 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 separate  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_opprox. 3/5 acre level, treed view lot, $9,500.  SAKINAW & RUBY LAKES  CHOICE'LAKEFRONT'- SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 625' choice low bank lakefront on approx. 12 treed acres.  Westerly exposure. $50,000.  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 low bank waterfront on approx.  35 treed acres, creek through property. Sheltered bay, southerly1  exposure, numerous building sites, public road to boundary of  property.' An excellent opportunity for a group to obtain choice  hard-to-find  Sakinaw  Lqke  property.   $170,000.  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  8 housekeeping units, two sleeping- units, manager's one BR  residence and office in a beautiful setting on 4.34 acres, approx.  200 feet waterfront on Ruby Lake and 800 feet of waterfront  on lagoon. Highway 101 runs through property, Float and  launching ramp on Ruby lake, $115,000.  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  Good 3 BR cottage, cedar construction, bMilt 1965, running water,  fireplace, propane range, fridge and lights, log float, On approx;  4 Mi acres of leased land with about 300 feet gently sloping lake-  front. Cholco location In Turtle Bay. $20,000.  .,.';    RUBY b\KE V SANDY BEACH  60* lakefront lot with sandy beach, trees. Water access only.  ', 1  !; " "        '  $25,000. '   .;���'  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx,  500'  low bank. lakefront on about 7M��' acres, nlcoly  treed. $50,000,  ISLAND  D,L, 3315 ������ approx. 6 acre treed Island situated boslclo Kolly  Island In Blind Bay off Nelson Island. Excellent; buy for $37,000.'  HIDDEN BASIN - NELSON ISLAND  Approx. 1700' sheltered doop waterfront, low bank shoreline,  several beaches and bays on approx, 11.3 acres of beautifully  treed proporty with small crecja;, Furnished ono BR cottage,  furn'shod guest cottago. workshop, woodshed, woll and pump-  houio, four boats, trail blko, garden tractor, numerous tools  and equipment, float, An excellent buy at $80,000,  Approx, 4,000' watorfront op approx. 25 acros treed property,'  Several beaches, small Island, pood sheltered cove.' Only a short  distance by boat from Earl Covo or Egmont, $100,000,  HALFMOON BAY  LARGE ACREAGE' - $1,000. PER ACRE  D.L, 2392/ approx. 160 acres, situated approx, \Vs miles above  Hwy, 101 near Halfmoon Bay1, Accoss by old logging road. Trails  6\ roads throughout the property, nicely treed useable land, Outside  land freeze area - possible subdivision site, $160,0007  SECHELT INLET RD, - NEAR SANDY HOOK RD.  6.68 wooded acros with' southern slope exposure. Good timber,  359 ft. blacktop road frontage,  $28,000,  Phono Jack Noblo,  -resr'003.27Ol,----��.-.--���--.--���.---.���^ ~_ ���v - -~~  . ACREAGE!:���LOTS ��AG,M, A, D,L. 903  Two adjoining 9 acre blocks, approx, 2,000' from Hwy.  101.  Nicely treed, gentle slope, southern exposure, $45,000 each,,  883-9978  883-9926  883-2745  JACK NOBLE  Res. 883-2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros. 883-2233  DAN WILEY  Res. 883-9 M9 J  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY    Wanted To Rent (continued)    REAL ESTATE (Con't)  FAMILY SHOE STORE  In a good location in  Sechelt.  PHONE 885-9345  ' 8999-40  WANTED TO RENT  WANTED - urgently,    garage  with lock close; to Gibsons..  Call Mike 886-7811 or 886-7989.  1018-38  3 B.R. reasonably modern  home to be available by Nov.  10th in Halfmoon Bay-Secret  Cove area. Also interested in  purchase of same. Many refs.  on Peninsula. Bob Wickwire,  Box 3040, Smithers, B.C.  812-40  3 BEDROOM home with basement suite. Write, H. Rich-'  ards, c/o Box 163, Port Mellon  or Phone even. 884-5294.  1021-38  URGENT ��� Require building  for light manufacturing, 400-  800 sq. ft. in Gibsons area. Ph.  886-2546. '        1035-38  SECHELT, Selma' Park area,  last week of August. 1 or, 2  BR house. Reliable retired couple moving ��� here from interior. Write M. Rodgers, 2698.  Thompson Drive, Kamloops  V2C 4L4. 818-38  REAL ESTATE  1 TWO bedroom cottage on % ���  acre lot,. 90 ft. frontage on  Mason Road. Garden- area,  fridge and stove, all new carpets and freshly painted, full  plumbing. Cash to mort. Ph.  885-2491. ' 1031-38  SUNNY Arizona. For sale by  owner, 2 commercial and" 1  'residential lot. Reply Box 953,  . c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. 953-39  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower-Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach access. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 886-7316 *  or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt  8875-tfn  CLEARED   view   lot,   Davis  Bay,   $12,000.  cash.  Phone  112-980-9407. 981-40  When-You Consider- _  ;,   Building . :.  Why not try the Westwood  Home. Building JJystems. "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 or 883-2451  8914-tfn  WEST Sechelt���1485 sq. ft. 3  bedroom home on large fully  landscaped, serviced, corner  lot. W-W throughout, large 4,  room and, dining room with  sliding glass doors in each. Ensuite plumbing, 'breakfast nook  in kitchen, up and down fireplaces, unfinished rumpus rm.,  stove, side by side_ fridge incl.  Large patio above double carport, cemented driveway, self  contained suite on lower floor,  rented. $62,000 F.P. Cash' to  mort. Must be seen to be appreciated. Phone 885-2451.  1030-38  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  WATERFRONT-West Porpoise"  Bay. Lot C- Phone 885-9349  or write Box 215, Sechelt.   , .  - ���      767-tfn  1 ACRE  190 ft. frontage on ' NorWest  Bay Rd., near Mason Rd:, ~ Vz  block from school. Okay for*  trailers, may be subdivided-in-  to 4 or 5 lots: Partially cleared.  Large evergreens. Only 12,900  with offers. Call Mrs. Neilson  at 530-2885 or 534-4727 collect.  Glad to co-operate with other  real estates.   , 9572-38  TUWANEK���For sale by own^  er, lovely view lot, 1000  yards from beach. Write Box  952, c-o Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt. 952-39   r��� ;���-  ,    BY OWNER  5 Secluded.Acres  on Boyle Rd., turn from North  Rd. onto. Chamberlain Rd.,  then left onto Bridgeman Rd.  and thence to Boyle Rd. Zoned  R.R. 2, Power at corner.  - $25,000 .cash  Phone   (112.   522-9286  8993-38  MSM9BI OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SSRVtCE  ��OX 749, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  ESTATES LTDi  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  WATERFRONT   LOT   in Village with  low,  level  sandy beach.  FP $16,900. Call Len Van Egmond..  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. v '  21  ACRES  Approximately 1 mile highway front. Treed. Zoned 5 acre holdings. F.P. $52,000. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  17 VIEW ACRES  Middlepoint location, 100 percent privacy. Roads throughout the  property. Subdivision potential and power make this acreage a  good buy. F.P. $39,000. Call Stan or Jack .Anderson.  Cleared site for mobile home, serviced. Full price $8,950. Zoned  R-2. Call Doug Joyce.  2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33 ft. each on Toredo St. in the Village of Sechelt, zoned com-'  mercial. Ready to go. Serviced. Approx. 200 feet deep. Full price  .. $15,000 each. Call Stan Anderson.  HALFMOON BAY  Do you like: SUNSHINE, FISHING, SWIMMING, BOATING,  RELAXING, GOOD BEACH, PRIVACY? We have -these at Sunshine Bay Estates. Fully serviced arbutus covered lots in beautiful  Halfmoon Bay. Sunny exposure. For full information call Len or  Suzanne Wan Egmond.  SMALL ACREAGE  1.81 acres with creek. Some view and close to beach. Full price  $18,000. Call Stan Anderson.  SECHELT INLET  100'x250' lot with view and beach access, heavily treed, private.  Driveway in and fully serviced.' FP $15,500. Call Stan Anderson.  TUWANEK  60'xl20'   serviced   lot,   easy  walking  distance  to  Marina  and  swimming. Lot is treed. Call Stan Anderson.  New 1152 sq. ft. full basement home. Rich carpeting throughout.  Double plumbing. Large deck, many other extras. Walk to��schools,  shops, beach, etc. F.P. $47,500. Call Ed Baker.  2.08 acres of land that can be developed. Heavily treed with a  community water supply. A good investment at $19,500. Call  Stan Anderson.  COUNTRY CABIN  Panabode  construction,   ideal   holiday   retreat.   Large   secluded,  treed lot. 125'x200'. Full price $13,000. $5,000 down. Call Ed  Baker.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT    .  3 bedroom home, all landscaped lot. Easy access to good beach.  Moorage for boats is good.  Large garden area. Half basement  with plumbing. Covered carport. Full price $53,800. Call Stan  Anderson.  HANDYMAN'S. SPECIAL - WEST SECHELT- ;,-.   -  Cottago in need^of some' care, 2 bedrooms, on a large lot near  schools and  beach,  only $13,500. Call  Suzanne or Len Van  Egmond.       DAVIS BAY AND AREA    ���  WILSON CREEK  Excellent- view lots available from $7,950' and up.  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 Stan Anderson.  RECREATIONAL LOT  125x200', nicely treed and level. Good access roads, West Sechelt,  Call Ed Baker. Full price $8,500.  SELMA PARK  This 100x135' beautifully treed lot high on the hill overlooking  Vancouver Island has to be one of the best holding lots available. Lots close by are celling for $12,000 to $15,000. No power  or water yet, so the F.P. is $8,500. Call Doug Joyce.  CHAPMAN ROAD'  This Davis Bay lot has 169' frontage, just a super view and is close  to the beach. Owner says sell it now, price reduced to $13,500.  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 Anderson  70x122' cleared view lot in Davis Bay. Trees have been left on  the lot between road and building site. One block to public beach.  Full price $12,500, Call Stan Anderson.  HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL  Small house on large lot in the Village. Approx, 600 sq, ft. Needs  work but livable, Call Stan Anderson. FP $17,000.  V.L.A. VIEW LOT  71x260' lot. Good view, serviced area. Treed. Full price $15,500.  Call Stan Anderson.  3 BEDROOM - NEW  ,$32,500 '  We will completely set up a 3 bedroom 1008 sq. ft, modular  home on this.Village lot and you cqn'just turn the key/and move  in, Price Includes lot, complete home, 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,  YOUR WATERFRONT HOME  First time, offered. Beautiful home, located just west of Socheit.  Quality built by ov^ner. Fully landscaped and well kept for  privacy and ��� seclusion, Private beach with good access, Home  would convert easily to duplex as basement, Is above ground and  ful|y finished, for .appointment to view call Dayo Roberts,  Level lot, nicely treed. Handy location In Wost Sechelt. Near  school, trailom permitted, R2 zoned. F.P. $8,900.00, Call Lon  7 or Suzanrio Van Egmond,  ,������-7 REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA   100' WATERFRONT  Redrooffs Road, Sargent Bay Area. Approximately   1%  acros.  High  view  property,   $20,000.  full  price, Call   Jack or Sfan  ' Anderson.  WILSON CREEK  1260 sq. ft,, 3 bedroom home with view. Finished to. lock up  stage.   Roughed-in  plumbing,   wiring,  fireplaces,   Full  basement.  Windows and doors In. Shake roof. New home area, Full price  $32,000, Call Stan Anderson,      ���   7  SELMA PARK  Large home plus roomy cottage, 5 bedrooms, full basement. On  three Dominion Lease lots, Good beach;, boat launch and moorage  across the street,' Also 1 bedroom cottago with largo living and  kitchen area. Full asking price $29,500. Call for appointment to  Ylew. Pave Roberts,        7     :      ,.'.,.���   7.  COMMERCIAL BLOCK  Located ori two lots by the waterfront In Davis Bay. 2 stores, 2  suites; could bo 4 suites,. Presently regional district- offlco.  100  percent occupancy at- present. A revenue producer, F.P. $150,000  with terms. Call Stan Anderson.  PANORAMIC VIEW ,  overlooking Strajt of Georgia and Trail Islands, Theso largo lots  aro sorvlcod and ready to build on, all now homos In area, Priced  /     at only $14,900, Ca|l Len or Suzanne Van Egmond,  ROBERTS CREEK & AREA  '���J, REDROOfFS ESTATES  Largo (rood properties, approx, % aero, Zonod R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, closo to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot Prlcod  from $7,050, Call Stan Anderson,  80' BLUFF WATERFRONT  2 BR* mobllo* homo plus'26'1 family room,* Patio; sunde^kaaraflop  and workshop, Gordon lot with outstanding vlow of Gulf and  Vancouver Island. All In now,condition. Stovo and frldgo Included, Full prlco $39,500,p Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  Socluded 2-bodroom homo In qulot area. Only 300 foot from  pobblo beach. Excollont ocean vlow, finished basomont; Flroplaco.  Yoar-round crook through tho proporty. Landscaped, Full prlco  $39,500. Call Stan'Anaorson. '      '    a  ..:,.'... ���   ���  .      .   ACREAGE. .. '.'!.   , '. ���������...,.'.   .'.   "'  1 Approx, 5 ocros, 290' highway frontage, Naturally trood, gontlo  ' south slopo, FP $25,900. Call Stan Andorson.  With vlow, Nlco .'gothlc arch homo at tho ond of Crowo Road In  Roberts Crook, Only $32,300, Soo Lon Van Egmond, 805-9603.,  SARGENTS BAY WATERFRONT  Tho perfect rotreatl Tall evergreens and arbutus troos ensure  privacy, 120' of pobblo boach lies between you and unobstructed  vlow clear to Vancouver Island, A bonus In somo of tho bost  fishing on tho Sunshine Coast. Full prlco $22,500. Call Doug  ,'..,..',.,..,.,,,_,..���.,,...,. ,      'Joyco,,..,  ONE ACRE VIEW  Vlow of Sargoant Bay, ovor 1 acta, Good building slto, Full prlco  , $10,500, Call Ed Dakor.  YACHTSMAN'S RETREAT-SECRET COVE''  040' doop water moorage, opprox. B acros, Ideal for group or  commercial (lovolopmont, $150,000; good torms ond good Intor-  est rate, Smanno or Lon Van Egmond, ,\   : ���.   GIBSONS 7   GIBSONS  Two cloarod lots In Gibsons, On sowor, Closo to boat launching  ramp, Paved roads front and back, Zonod Comprehensive dovo-  1   lopment, Full prlco $24,000. Call Doug Joyco.  BETTER THAN NEW  Just outsldo Gibsons, 12x55' mobile homo on 95x157' lot., Tall  oyorgroons, lawn and garden aro tho sotting for this beautifully  maintained homo, Financing Is no problem as our ownor will  carry, full prlco $25,000, Call Doug Joyce,  ������'-r- ^Waterfront acreage���t- ���  30 acros with 1,700 foot yyatoi;frontago at Mkldlopolnt. Including  two flno hou*e��, boat launching romp, water system, hydro, Good  subdivision potential, asking $400,000, Calf Lon or Suzanno  1 ' 7    Von Egmond,  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT DOOR TO OUR  OFFICE, THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES IN TWO  HALVES   .   ,   .   COMPLETELY   FINISHED   INCLUDING  PLUMBING,   ROOFING.   CARPETS,   CABINETS,   ETC,   A  ���SALESMAN.WIU.PEuHAPJ��X.TOJH0W..YOUj(HROUGtl..  $2,0,00 PER  SO.  FT.   INCLUDES  DELIVERY TO YOUR  LOT WITHIN 4 OR 5 WEEKS.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE.  Davo Roberts Lon or Suzanno Van Egmond  Evos. Phone 005-2973   Eyot. Phono 005-9683  Stan Anclorson  Eves, Phono 085-2385  """���"E(f"Bakor"'"  Evos, Phono 885-2641  Joyco  Evos, Ph, 885-2761  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE,US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHaT BUS DEPOT-  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  FORESTED' .view,  -lot, ,\���125x  188.' Selma Park."' $24,000 or  ,vvill sell half. Phone,885-9845.  233-tfn  BUILD a better home with a  National, package, .Mortgage  money ' available.' * Call , Dave'  Whidden, 885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt. - 88-tfn  VOUR  AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  K. Butler Realty Ltd.  All Types of. Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  or "886-9121  SAKINAW LAKE ��� in serene ,  Pender Harbour.* Enjoy ��� the  scenic - beauty, summer or  weekends, from this snug little  hideaway - Large lot, has 90'  lake ��� front, man made sandy  beach. 2 room furnished log  cabin, deck overlooking, beach'  ; and boat float. Storage, building. ' $25,000.00 or near offer.  GOWER POINT ��� Beach level  . home on irregular. shaped lot.  , 5 room bungalow. L'g. living  room features beamed ceiling  p and has stone fireplace, combination kitchen and dining  area can stand some renovat-  ��� ing. Lge. storage shed at rear.  ' This won't last long at $34,600.  Cash to a 7% Agreement.  GIBSONS ��� Only one like it.  65x130' level -lot with stately  > evergreens.   Quiet   residential  area. $8500.00. ,,  LISTINGS   WANTED!  Norm Peterson 886-2607  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  8997-38  ATTRACTIVE new 3 bedroom,  . wall to wall carpet, 2 fireplaces and plumbing, walk in  basement. Close to all-service,  facing park in Sechelt. Asking  ^$48,500. Ph. 885-9951.     1029-40  ���BY BUILDER. 3 B/R home  1100 sq. ft. Good view on  Field Rd. Cameo .Lands, Wilson Creek. House has W/W  Carpet, double glass windows  elec. heat, very well insula-  ed, 2 fireplaces roughed in  plumbing in ' basement, 7'x9'  concrete root cellar, 37x13  recreation room in unfurnished basement . House is now  under construction. Will be  completed mid Sept-. Full Price  $42,500. Mort. money can.be  arranged. Phone 886-2344, 885-  2526 even. 975-40  REAL ESTATE (Con't)   ,  BUiLblNG'view^ lot,- No.13,  64x117 ft. on Field Hd. Cameo Lands, Wilson ' Creek. F.P.  $9,900. 'Phone 886-2344, 885-  2525 even.    '  ������' 974-40  Vy   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 pan,, Only", commercial property, in fast growing, area.  Closed due to . illness.' Black  tcp driveway, parking.; 129'  fiontage on Hwy. 101. Equipment optional.- Only steps to  the beach. Safe -moorage. ,  885-2532  .   ' 9555-tfn  240 acre- ranch near Gilbert  Plains Manitoba. Good 'big  gam^ , area. Will trade for  liveable home on the Peninsula. For full particulars write  Box 990 c/o Peninsula" Times,  ���Box- 310 Sechelt.   - '     990-44  REDROOFFS Road, large corner view lot, cleared building site, 100x263 ft.- Hydro available, > $11,500. Phone 885-  9355. ' 926-38  TIRED OF THE DAMPNESS  160 Acres in South 'Cariboo-'  Near Horsefly, B.C. Excellent'  hunting and fishing. Approx.'  .40 acres natural ���-meadow.  Small House. $190 per acre.  Consider trade for house in  Sechelt   Area.  Reply to Box 8992 C/O Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  8992-38  ��� CORNER lot, selectively cleared,    75x152.    All    services.  Block   from   beach.   Madeira  Park area. $12,000 Phone 883-  9191. 913-38  HOUSE to be moved. Sea Island, Vancouver. 3 BR, table  top 'stove, wall elec. oven,  $5000. Phone (112)278-0678 after 6. 906-38  VIEW lot for sale. 57x200 on  Narrow Road, Madeira Park.  All services available. Partially  cleared, $12,500. Phone 883-  9073.N 908-38  LOST  CHILD'S silver metal framed  eye   glasses,   Sechelt   area.  Urgently  needed. Phone  885-  9341. .1019-38  GERMAN Shephard, male, 2%  years  old,   tan  and brown.  Reward. Ph. 886-7606.     993-38  CHARLES ENGLISH LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  . NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL REE: 687-6445  5 ACRES, HWY. 101: and a 2-bedroom home. Over 2 acres of  cleared land with moro than 400 ft. on highway. Lovely grounds,  landscaped and In garden. Excellent buy at $43,000.  WATERFRONT: Gower Point, 2 waterfront view lots.  100x200'.  each $22,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Dqvls Road. Real cozy 3 bedroom home,  utility room, carport, on good-sized lot, Only 1 block from shopping centre, theatre, schools etc. and only 3 years old. It's yours  for $39,500.        ���   .. r 7  WILSON CREEK: Seml-wdterfront lot, fenced and treed, all services, on beach' access. $15,500.  7 7 .'���,      , -i. _��� /'-'������': '��� >; ,  LANGDALE CHINES: Several lots, some with view, various sizes,  prices from $8,500 to $13,500. Underground wiring,  GRANTHAM'S LANDING: Revenue homo, 2 bedrooms, up and  1 BR suite down. Magnificent view., $24,000, good terms,avail,  ABBS ROAD:,66x140' vlaw lot. All services. Very good area for  'now homes, $16,500, . ,  15 ACRES: Uncleared, closo to village, Good stand of cedar, woll  water available, .  GIBSONS VILLAGE: 1 Mi��� aero vlow lot/ Soavlow Estates. This lot  has unobstructed vlow .on Ravine Edge, will require Imagination  to develop. Only $ 10,000,      ,  SELMA PARK! 100x135' jot, easy torms on,$9,500.   7  TWO WATERFRONT PROPERTIES, GIBSONS VILLAGE: Ono with  good boach houso at $42,000 and ad|o|nlng lot at $23,000,  Groat potential for this'property,  BUILDING SPECIAL: View lot on Seaview with older houso. This  house has two sultos,- Only $23,000,* Some<-\ermx"i-'^"*-*'m"'^"-'^  12 ACRES OF TREED LAND WITH TWO CREEKS: Upper Roborts  Crook,- thin property has two cabins and developed, accoss road.  Ono of tho finest plocos of recreational land In the area, Only.  $52,500.  GIBSONS RURAL: 5 acros of lovoly land, partly cleared, In grass  and pardon, Good wator supply, roal nice 2 bedroom homo with  sundock, and largo carport. Secluded yet closo to village. $46,500,.  SELMA PARK! It Is Ideal to rotlro Inthls now lovoly 2 bodroorn  homo with flroplaco. carport and workshop, Real loycly garden and  concrete driveway, V��ry woll decorated and Immaculate, $29,000  cash or torms, Dominion Loaso Land.  ROBERTS CREEK: Mobllo homo lot with crook, for tho low prlco  of $7,200,  LOCKYER ROAD: 5 acros, of peaceful wilderness, stream run*  nlng through, nlco property. Eloctrlclly avallablo, F.P, $29,000.  "HOPKINS"L*ANDINGrTflnAbbdd,:-��l||V"3''ot''4"b6drtt��msrVlovlr*''pro^"  porty, closo access to boach, ($40,000,  .�� ���"���-'������ ���'" �����"������������" - ���"',��  20 ACRES ON MASON ItOAD; West of Socholt, mostly cloarod,  water, pood cabin. $63,000,  SECHELT VILLAGE; Corner lot, selectively cleared,-$ 1 o,500, - -  LISTINGS      WANTED  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, August 14,1974���-Page A��5  FOUND- y *   FOR SALE (Continued).  PAiFR oif reading glasses, heavy-  brown frames.  Pick up at  Dallis Studios, Cowrie St., Sechelt. _        1005-38  LADY'S watch, Davis Bay.1 Ph.  '885-2936. 1014-38  Cigarette , case. Launderette  Sechelt. Phone 886-7006. Ask  for Steven. 750-41  MORTGAGES  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  MOBILE HOMES  BROADMORE 12x60, 2 BR,  sliding glass doors. Bright spacious kitchen .with built-in  double ovens, 17 cu. double  door fridge, built-in buffet, rai- ���  sed front, LR, Colonial ~decor  and furnishings. Full price  $9500. Phone 883-9191.     838-35  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  BRAND new 56x12' Premier 2  bedroom deluxe Colonial  furniture and decor, 2 dr. F.F.  fridge, velec. range and lots of  extras.1 Set up ready to move  into . Located in Sundance  Trailer Park, Sechelt. $11,900  F.P. Coast -Homes 885-2204.  DL5520. 1016-38  /DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your ,  property, guaranteed to be ac-'  cepted by municipality. NohT  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  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have trailer space available. Phone 885-2375.   9968-tfn  FOR SALE  SIMPLICITY portable washer-  spin dryer; as new, $90. Ph,  886-9843. 1046-38  K. A, CttMby 086-2090  Mlk* Dlonty 886-7-436  J. Vlmr 886-2531  Don Sutherland 885-9362  TOP SOIL��� Mack's Nursery.  Ph. 886-2684 or 886-7096.  307-tfn  ������������' :���^-i~.���-.���:���fi -���  G.E. Fridge,, 10 cub. ft,, -older  ���    model, $50. Phone 885-9200..,  7 1004-38  USED vacuum cleaner. Phone  885-9244; ���        '868-38  HOUSE wiring material at less  than wholesale. 200 ft. of 2-  12-1 N/M/D-7, 150 ft. 3-10-1  ' N/M/D-7, fittings, receptlcles  and. switches and mlsc, Phone  080-DQ75.' 1000-38  ;   TOPPER FLOAT  ���Tho Now Wharf or Boathoviao ,  .   Floatation  Replace sunken logs with 'pro-i  per floatation under your pre-p  sent boathouse or dock, Also  pultablo for tie-up buoys,  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  ��H^^��^��^��^(DlfltrlbiitQrs>,.������w��,*������.,.  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B,C,  8(13-2071 or 434-9158  ,, 80034fn  100,000 B.T.U, oil counter flow.  furnaco, good condition, $100.  Phono 005-9054. 1007-3��  IFcuTft,. lrldgo, white. Atoo  " Hoover floor polisher. Ph.  805-0230, 8(511-38  WALKW'S, Products', ��� Mrs.  Wyn Tlvlesaan. Ph. 085-2770.  ,         1012-40  LUMT1RR for Aplo, Direct from  mill, Law prices. Phono 005-  3100.      p OBB-tfn  ���, CERAMIC,WINDCHIMES.,  DRIFTWOOD BIRDS  From my seaside homo  Beach, Avo.���Seo Sign  _������JB^TUCKKnr-88Wtt80 ...  ,  1)573-40  1 CCM Elite B spd, bike, $05; 1  Eliminator Mark 3, 3 spd.  girla, $55; ,1 Eliminator Mark 3,  3 Bpd, boys, $58. All near new.  Phono 005-0882 after 5,   930-30  EATON'S -  SECHELT CUSTOMERS:  WE DELIVER TWICE A  WEEK IN YOUR AREA  , IN STOCK/ITEMS  Viking'18 cu. ft. 3 door Fridge-  Freezer . $579.99  13 cu. ft. '2-d6br from $329.99,  15 cu. ft. 2-dbor from $409.99  Viking Ranges from $309.99  Spin-Washer $249.99  ���  Matching-Dryer $209.99  Vanity SirikhRed 10% $111.56  10  Speed  Blender  $41.98  ' 20 Portable, T.V. $199.95  SUNNYCREST PLAZA '  ! .  GIBSONS  PHONE: '886-7515  ,; 8998-38  MOBILE Steam cleaner. $600  plus 100 ft. "of hose. Phone  885-9715 even,-.-       v      979-00  PHILLIPS  Stereo,   mechanics  tools and box, bird cages and  fish. tank. Plfitoe 885-2252.   ;:-;. " 980-38  1971 - Admiral "23   inch B/W  ���    console  TV;  excellent  condition $65, Phone 886-9831.  984-38  DOUBLE   bed^   frame,    legs  and mattressT Various rugs-  reasonable. Phone 885-2160.  986-38  GIBSONS fridge 10.2 cu.inch  $150. Ph. 885-2778. 7    987-38  WESHNGiHOUSE fridge and  Moffat   stove,   coloured'.  6  mos. old. $400. Phone 885-2936  or 885-2734 after 6.        988-36  CABIN 20x20.  Easily moved.  $700 or nearest, offer. Phone  885-3450. 989-38  TWILIGHT THEATRE  .Gibsons      ��� "   .  Ph. 886-2827  ��� WaltTDisney's  "Alice lnJWpnderland"  Wed., Thurs.', Fri., Sat.  Aug. i4,?-15, 16, 17  Show starts'at 8.00 p.m.  Matinee Sat. at. 2.00 p.m.  "Executive "Action"  Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan,  Will Geer  Sun., Mon., Thurs.  Aug. 18, 19, 29  "Mature Entertainment"  9000-38  1 TAPE recorder, good work-  ��� ing condition, $40. Ph. 886-  7726. 1022-38  AiLDER "*'4" ft.x8" ft.' cut to '"  length, .$25 delivered. Sechelt  area. Phone 885-2325.     995-ifn  1 ZENITH zig zag sewing machine, 1, 35 cal. Remington  lever action rifle, 1-32 automatic hand gun; 1, 1966 B.S.A.-  650 cc. Spitfire Twin; 1 pair  girl's figure skates size '5%,  1 saddle; 1 bowf and arrow  set. Phone 886-7479.       998-41  TENDERS' INVITED  for the purchase of old buildings as described1 hereunder:  Licensed premised building 24  ft. by 50 p#t. plus two lavatory  rooms will hayeito be moved. ,  Expect theseubujlding will be  available to purchaser not later  then Sept717th, Closing date of  tender, August. 17th, Apply to  1 Secretary - Treasurer, Pender  , Harbour Branch No. 112, The  Boyal Qanadian Legion, Madeira Park, B.C. The highest  or any .tender not necessarily  accepted. ���  ���-'���--���;������ '."  7 '." '���"':'-;.;'8996-36;:  RETIRED   B.C.  couple  want  1 or 2 B/R house or apt.  Reasonablo.;Perm, Phone (112)  524-0604 or write Box OpO c/6  Peninsula Times Box 310 Sech-  clt, ; 996-41  3-8K-3   BOARD,   $2,95   sheet.  A. C. Rentals "and Building  Supplies, Madeira' Park. Phone  (103-2585.        , 1025-40  ������ ; ' ��� i��� y   '    ' .i  FOR SALE:  ,"  One oil furnace, ....���:.���.. $250  One oil furnacb  $350.  Ono 250 gal, o'il'tanH ........ $00'  Ope 250 gal. oil ^anlvy  One four-burner Propane  Range'.:.......;:...:. $50  Two largo Propano (antes  each $50,  One lo-boy nuto. elect,  H-W tank ,....  $50  Ono Auto Elqcj^-W tank $25  Apply to Sccretary-Troaaurer,  ponder Harbour Branch No.  112, The Roy��l Canadian Log-  ion, Madblra Park, D.C.  I 0000-38  ALDER  flroplaco  wood,  any  length delivered, Phono 81)0-  2901, ^   1033-38  TAIPPAN Qucrnoy olco, range,  30 Inch oven. $100, Ph, 000.  "20057" ������������-' '"- 1037-30  B.C*  IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DQN'T MESS   IT UP Howe Soundings  /  41  y  .1  it-  er  Some people walked to the park, but one,  cat arrived with his young master by taxi.  The special occasion was the children's pet  show held at Dougal Park last Friday  afternoon at the opening of Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade. A large number of entries���cats,  dogs and rabbits ��� of all shapes and sizes  were proudly displayed'by their owners.  One would have expected to. see  pandemonium breaking out on all sides, with  skin and hair flying, but such was not the  case. Perhaps it was the heat, or, perhaps,  the animals knew they had to be on their best  behavior. They may have got the message  from the frills, ribbons and pyjamas which  they modelled with such nonchalance.  Whatever the reason, the behavior of pets  and owners was beyond reproach.  'It was certainly hot; hot enough for  women who don't usually venture out in  shorts in the daylight to throw discretion to  the winds and wear them anyway. It was hot  enough to make us feel sorry for cadets who  were tuning up their' bagpipes. While  decorated bicycles were wheeled around for  the judges' inspection, naval cadets from  HMCS Quadra were setting up chairs and  preparing to give a band concert.  These boys, aged 14-17 approx., are  attending summer camp at Comox on  Vancouver Island. One of their officers told  us that they come from all over Canada,  many from Ontario.  Surprisingly, there are more naval cadets  in Manitoba than in any other province. For  the boys who have never seen the sea or  mountains before, summer camp is a  thrilling experience. Some of the band cadets  arrive at camp with rather sketchy musical  backgrounds, and, for the first month, put in  long hours of band practice each day to  achieve the standard displayed on their tour.  The crowd sitting on- the grass listened  with obvious enjoyment to the concert. The  musical selections were appropriate for a  summer afternoon-tuneful, toe-tapping  music to match the carefree mood, played by  boys who looked too young to be playing so  well. Although it was easy to listen to, the  music contained some difficult passages in  which the cadets showed their sound  musicianship,  ^'j  Their pipe bakd played stirring selections  to delight the listeners, and for a finale, the.  two bands combi$|fcto play Amazing Grace.  It was a moving performance and a  memorable climax to the band concert. The  naval cadets - and their leaders left  immediately afterwards for Powell River,  where they were taking part in the Sea Fair.  When the concert was over and the  children had run all the novelty races, the  local Raincoast Company took over-and  provided musical entertainment for all, as  they did again on Saturday afternoon at the  government wharf following the tugboat  races.  No parade would be complete without a  band, and the Sea Cavalcade parade on  Saturday morning was well served with two  pipe bands ��� the kilties in the green shirts  from Burnaby and the white-shirted men of  the Sechelt Legion Pipe Band. The latter led  the people, pied piper fashion, from Dougal  Park to government wharf after the parade.  Everywhere they went, the skirl of the pipes  drew spontaneous applause from the crowds  lining the route. Most people would have  liked to hear more of them, and it is hoped  that they will be a regular feature of the  Cavalcade.  Although there was, no live drama  presentation during Sea Cavalcade, there  was one in Gibsons on the Mowing Tuesday  evening (Monday in Sechelt) that should be  mentioned. 7The' Vancouver Women's  Theatre Cooperative, a small group which  includes two men, performed two new plays  to a small audience, in Gibsons Legion hall.  From their first appearance, it was  obvious that these people were of  professional calibre. Only a few feet away  from the audience, their acting was  completely believable, Talent as well as  training was evident in their concentration,'  voice projection and perfect timing, We'  learned later that they are university drama  students who have been working as a group  for a year and a half,  Unfortunately we cannot give details of  the plays or names of the players since  programs wore not available. The theme was  Woman,;hcr life in the past, tho present and  tho future, The script of tho first play, Spoon  River, was written in 1915 ��� the present and  tho future. The dramatized prose and poetry,  spoken or sung as simple folk-songs to a soft  By MARGARET JONES  guitar accompaniment, made delightful  entertainment; sometimes moving, but  often very funny.  Each member of the company played .  many different parts, slipping inside the skin  of each character with unerring accuracy. In  scenes that took a look at the nuclear family,  of the future, the traditional roles of the sexes  were reversed, providing hilarity and food  for thought. In a song that was both poignant  and humorous, a housewife laments her life  spent in a losing battle against dirt, and sadly  reflects that in the end she will be buried in it.  Some of the material was written by  contemporary writers; a local Vancouver  woman wrote with keen observation about  the woman in the doctor's office, going from  clinic to clinic in an endless search for a  diagnosis.  The well-written scripts, tight directing  and sharp characterizations, added up to a  polished production from which every trace  of fuzziness had been removed, and ttie  powerful elements of drama shone through  with rare brilliance. A co-operative that lives  up to its name, there are no stars in the  Vancouver Women's Theatre Cooperative. If  you like a first-class show where everybody '  is good, try to see this company at the first  opportunity.  Public opinion  sought on pub  GIBSONS���Cedars Inn Owner Leo Hubel is  conducting a door-to-door survey to guage  public opinion on his proposals to establish a  neighborhood pub in the restaurant.  The move, in compliance with liquor  control board requirements, comes after  village council offered no objection to his  public house licence application.  Residents within a six-block radius of the  Cedars Inn will be canvassed.  "We also invite written petitions from  residents of the same area, to register their  opinions, pro and con, for consideration by.  the general manager of the liquor control  board," said Hubel. '  Petitions should be mailed, within one week,  to Manager, The Cedars, RR 2, Gibsons.  According to proposals submitted to  council's recent meeting, Hubel plans to  convert a portion of his existing restaurant  into a neighbourhood pub.  Three firms have been asked to submit  price quotations on a mini bus for use in the  Sunshine Coast Human Resources Council's  proposed transportation scheme.  Transportation committee chairman  John Lewis is slated to present the quotations  to the mini-bus board Aug. 20. Tenders were  called for a specially equipped vehicle  featuring removable seats, double doors and  a full complement of safely equipment,  In other mini bus news, 344 replies have  been received by the transportation committee to 4,707 questionnaires distributed to  gain public input on possible uses for the bus.  Results of the questionnaire have given  ; the board a basis for establishing priorities of  service, said Lewis.  "From this infonriation, the board will be  able to plan initial schedules and closer  estimate an operating budget," he added.  . George Hopkins, local manager of Sechelt  Motor Transport, has been asked to revise  his initial operating estimates in accordance  with information received in the questionnaires. He will also work on establishing  Initial schedules.  This Information will be forwarded to the  provincial government in a brief pressing for  government funding of the project.  Joe Kampman, Human Resources  Council treasurer, said the group still  required letters of support for ,the project  from local individuals and organizations.  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, August- 14, 1974'  _____J4i_B  -S��  Vi.   ijfc^     Y  v%j- ������: _*��� .  l*r*  .'   .-*���;  \  ���������v.:-  ft.  '���"  �����'��?##  * 11�� ��������"���<.. ;l^y:;  �����* >       ' 1,.r   ���"-���"���-���������������ir**-"*vjr,.  !"-*:i:a iiD.-iiffl;Vt"*-;-��  -^���--.s  .v\-_:V -  -���V.   <  .  AK**^       > ��� r \_' ���  A DAY too soon and a few miles off   spring beauty off White Islets Friday  -track to win the big salmon derby but Al    afternoon. Graham also caught a couple  Graham of Mission Point doesn't mind   of five to 10 pounders, too.  too much. He caught this 25-pound J"J  SECHELT���Anyone who cashed a cheque or safe and normally the cash would have been  used a credit card at Parker's Hardware on deposited but Nielsen took his brother to  Aug. 1, 2 or 3, has been asked to contact Vancouver airport on Monday and did not  Sechelt RCMP.    ' return to Sechelt until Tuesday, Aug. 6. The  Also, police request, anyone who was in safe was closed but the dial wasn't spun .  Parker's Hardware on Tuesday, Aug. 6, is which insures it's locking so a thief just had  asked to contact the police. to turn the handle and reach in.  Parker's Hardware was the victim of a        Neilsen said that the loss is not covered by  $6,000 cash and cheque loss on Aug. 6 when insurance.  He  has  asked  that  all  his  someone took the firm's sales take from the customers who cashed cheques to  stpp  weekend. Police suspect that a person payment oh them and;issue, another to the  between 8:30 a.m. and, 2:40 p.m., Aug. 6, store, '7 7  opened the safe the took the money. It is the third incidence of theft from the  , Owner William Nielsen said that the store in the past month, On two other  incident was one chance in a million. The occasions, the store was broken into and  funds from weekend sales were put into the entered during early morning hours.  FOR FALL LEAGUES  O   OLD 1 AGE PENSIONERS, Arrange for time  O   NIGHT LEAGUES ��� 7:00 and 9:00 p.m..  Monday through. Friday ��cY  ��  BOWLERS REQUIRED for a Men's league  O   YOUTH BOWLERS ��� register for Sat. Bowling  m   VOLUNTARY COACHES needed for Youths  ' USHj  2 We will be open August 31st.  ^^ssgff  *,'���>>    ��L.  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Cowrie Street, Sechelt
885-9626
WHY ANGLERS
LIKE BASS
: • Have' you', ever been to a lake'
where everyone was catching fish
of some sort — crappie, white bass,,
bluegill, northern pike' or whatever,
— and then notice a handful of
fishermen who toted bigger tackle
boxes, more- rods, and worked
harder at fishing than anyone, but
still had an empty stringer?
Chances are the Ashless anglers
were bass fishermen, part of a big
group of people who have definite
reasons for liking bass.
Bass—largemouth, smallmouth
and' spotted or Kentucky—probably have more devoted followers
than all of the other fresh water
species combined. But, if you fish
for, them very often, it is sometimes hard to answer the question,,
"Why?".      '
When a hatch of natural flies
occurs, the dry fly fishermen will
be on the stream looking for feeding fish in the' same places they
always look.
-That doesn't work too well for
bass. They'll be one .place today
and another tomorrow. They'll be
feeding on chugging or popping
lures in the morning and won't
touch anything except a purple
plastic worm crept right along the
bottom in the evening.
' Some days they'll feed all day,
hitting anything animal, vegetable
or mineral that hits the water, but
then they might not feed for a
week or they might hit a pink
minnow-like lure with white polka
dots, and only between 2 and 3
p.m.
In other words, bass are
changeable, fickle, finicky, and
very confusing.
Water temperatures, barometric
pressures, depths, types of cover,
contours of a lake or stream, currents,' prevailing winds, sunlight or
cloud cover, phases of the moon,
available' foods and a thousand
other variables • all affect where,
when, and how a bass will feed
and therefore can be caught.
Unbelievers will argue that all
fish are -like that. If you know
where the fish are feeding, .all you
have to do is stay with it until they
do feed. Ah, but that's where old
man Bass is so different. Even
when he isn't feeding, bass can be
teased and angered into smashing
certain types of artificial lures. At
high noon', in the dog days of
August when nobody could even
buy a fish at the market, expert
fishermen make bass charge up
from depths of IS to 20 feet to
SMASH a Zara Spook topwater
' lure in a furious shower of spray.
Once hooked, any of the three
species of bass give ah excellent
account of themselves. At. times
they won'ftoilch a lure 1 ied'to "anything heavier than 4-] round test
line, yet some of the si£ and seven
pound "hog" bass ' have, been
known to pop 15-pound test line
like a rubber band, break powerful
rods and strip gears from reels.
Call them cantankerous, call
them fickle, call them stubborn,
praise them or degrade them, anglers fish for bass for one reason.
They're a challenging, fascinating
fichter!
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SUNSHINE COAST Bronco All-Stars
are pictured at Richmond baseball
diamond during recent B.C.
championships. Team members are,
from left: Back row, David Jackson,
Darren Joe, coach Jack Goeson^ Larry
linekar, Brian Scoular, Bobby Dixon,
assistant coach Boyd Goeson, Larry
Page, Tommy Gibbons. Centre row,
Garry Benner, Wayne Goeson. Front
row, Wilf Nestman, Mike Anderson,
Peter Nestman, Cecil Leachman, Joey
Musgrove, Michael Partridge.
ironcos return from B.C. Championships
Sunshine Coast Bronco All-Star baseball
team recently returned from the provincial
playdowns in Richmond. >
The outing got off to a good start with the.
local  boys beating Ladner 5-3. But in the
Broncos' second game of the tourney, Powell
River took the honors in a close 5-3 battle.
On the last day of the championships, the
coast team went under 11-7 to West
Richmond, which went on to win the zone
championships. '     ".—
Broncos coach Jack Goesen thanked
Gordon Dixon, the team's business manager,
for his help. During the tourney,- most of the
boys were billeted with Ladner team
members.
Full results of Cavalcade events
GIBSONS — Lower mainland player Vernon
Goodfellow took top honors in ttie annual Sea
Cavalcade golf tournament played Aug. 3
and 4 over the Sunshine Coast Golf Club
course.
He came out of the 36-hole event with a
low gross of 144, winning the men's
championship trophy donated by the village
of Gibsons.
Runner-up was Ken Maude with 146.
Stan Burt took low net honors among
players  handicapped  from   one   to   10,,
returning a score of 129. Local golfer Ed
Mcllwaine followed with 133.
Local golfers Len Mitten and Dick Gaines
shared first place in the 11-and-over
handicap bracket with a low net of 127.
7„ For. the second tune in as-many, years,
Seymour. Golf Club member Anna-May
Taylor finished ahead of the field in 36 holes
of ladies' play. She turned in a low gross of
160 to win the Trail Bay Sports Unlimited
trophy.
Lil Fraser, a local golfer, won low net
honors with 144.
In 18 holes of men's play, Dean Bates and
Vernon Goodfellow lead the field with a low.
gross of 69. Dave McLeod was low net winner
with 60.
In other Cavalcade results, the father and
son team of Bart and Mike Duteau carried off.
the top awards in the Aug. 4 fishing derby!
Bart won first prize of a floater jacket foe
his 22 lb 2 oz. catch in the senior category.
Son Mike took first prize of a fishing rod for
the largest fish caught in the junior section *—
a 26 and one-half pound beauty.
Marv Iverson won the 21 lb. hidden weight
prize of a rod. Gary Gray won the second
hidden weight prize of a landing net for his 15
and one half pound catch. y
In the log rolling event, Frank Hoehne
beat out John Crosby, 2, and Carl Peterson, 3.
Ken Skytte took top honors in the inboard
race ahead of Carl Peterson.
Gower. Point Road resident Roy Brills,
gained first place in the sabot sailboat event.
Shawn Rud of Gibsons took second and Dave
DeKlear of Sechelt third.
Sechelt fire department proved top team
in the inter-department war of hoses.
Gibsons rugby team came out tops in the
visitors water battle.
Jean Wyngaert of Gibsons won a 14 foot K
& C runabout in the annual Kiwanis
Cavalcade boat raffle. It came complete with
25 HP motor and trailer.
Squaringly yoprs
'-iff M&tuieo Koi&steoot
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-- Well, you guessed it: I didn't win a prize in
the Gibson Sea Cavalcade. No matter, but I
was therein fact, I haven't won 'anything in
about 25 years or so, but you will always find ,
me'there, trying to help-make-the parade
" longer and the day better. I could go on, for
quite a while about the ones who raise a big
. yell ■ about*. how things 'are. done right,, or
not, but you will ,notice that these' same.
squawkers never come forward to help in
any coinniunity efforts! May their elbows
become solid and hot bend till they do their
part for the communities that they represent.
. To the ladies who were the backbone of
this year's Cavalcade, feel proud of the
.terrific task that ybu undertook and came but
with a fantastic program, something for
everyone. Why, there was even square
dancing for the enjoyment of the crowded
park. ;
I  know  the  number of  months  of
preparation  that went  into  the  Sea
Cavalcade. I was contacted three months
. ago. So, ladies, may the sun always shine on
_ you and your dreams all come true. Also, to
.'the so few men who turned out to help, keep
smiling. There are better days ahead, and if
it wasn't for you, a small handful of people,
our kids would never know what a parade
looks like. '
' I thank the square dancers who turned
out, all dressed up, hot as it was to square set
for the half hour that was allotted to us. They
were, respectfully our guests Edy and Len
Ryerson, from California. A special thanks,
Jack Inglis. Bev Brandon, Flo Robertson,
Maureen Zueff, Cathy Berry and myself.
Such a set of square dancers is hard to find,
but, due to the fact that square dancing is
fast becoming the main entertainment the
world over, we did get a set together and we
did have fun.
As long as Peg and I are at home, our
Saturday, night work shops will continue, so
now is the time to start into the fun and
friendship of square dancing. Phone 885-
3359, our new number for further information
in the field of the beginner square dancer. I
have two couples now. Can we make it four? -
Well, that's all for now, so, as I always say,
see yofl at the square dance.
Fishing offense nets
line, gear forfeiture
SECHELT—Surrey fisherman Bruno
Suchonck was fined $100 at provincial court
for using a deep line with more than one lure
attached. Judge J. Johnson ordered accused's gear forfeited to the crown.
Ernest Baldwin of Spokane pleaded guilty
to fishing in Canadian waters with a non-
, resident licence. He was fined $50.
Wednesday, Auguat 14/1874      The IPonninulo Times P®f$3 &rf
Pus: 266-7111
Reo: 273-6747
(Mickey) COE
MOWN; BEOS. FOUP      • i        .      <
40.h and West Boulevard (opposite Kerrisdale Arena)
41st and Granville Street, Vancouver 13,
uB.C«
f-j-'t i.
On Tuesday, August 20th,
one of our representatives
will be at
Sunnycrest Motel, Gibsons, 9-li:30 a.m.
Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt, 1-3:00 p.m.
Tel: 886-9920 (Gibsons) 885-9501 (Sechelt)
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i   \ - ^^7-^ i^^j^iintizt��^^ #ww 'a. ^g��sm^^w^^  .-.*i!  !  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  '���,   s/'Y  l *<r ir-���)  FT-  "il  *  >*  ��*r s  p~   ='  *   "^f.  d.  i ^-s-._ S - -"- vr   -   �����  "     it   -'* V  __rstJ��a-'* 4��  *;JL"  jr-_  -���.a-^.1" 4��  -t7-r'  3KH5JC  v  rr-  7'I  !  $f  LOCAL gill netter Shepherd ran  aground recently on rock at entrance to  Secret Cove. The fishboat lay helpless  for almost 12 hours before. Sechelt  Yarder pulled her free. Here, the  Yarder gets set for one final tug to pull  Shepherd free of rock.  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Augusr 14, 1974  Sechelt News Notes  LIFTING    THE    PRESSURE  FROM DECISIONS  "Fret not thyself..." the Psalmist'  sang. A quiet simple prayer to God, in  the way Jesus taught, can open the door  to inspiration and peace.  Broadcast this Sunday over many  stations including: Vancouver Station  CJVB 1470 Kcs at>9:30 a.m.  rheTf(UTH  ihptHCMS ���;  A Christian Science radio series ���'  To answer the many enquiries about the  baby hummingbird found on the road, it did  excellently for a week-and-a-half, growing  many feathers and quite perky, then just up  arid died. Its food at this time was  hummingbird feed for feeders that hang in  the gardens, not enough food value for the  little fellow.  Bryan and Joyce Tapsell from Sundridge,  Sevenoaks, Kent, England arrived for a  three^week visit at. Wayne and Veronica  Place's place in Davis Bay.       '  , Newest helper to the volunteer  hairdressers at St. Mary's Hospital is Mrs.  Bea Rankin, a welcome addition of which  they need more.,It is not necessary to be a  hairdresser. Someone.to help the others  would be much appreciated. Phone Mrs.  Muriel Eggins, 885-2422.  Halfmoon Bay  Would like to announce new owners  Summer Hours to mid September  Mon - Thurs. and Sat. 9 am -9 pm  Fri. 9 am - 9 pm    Sun 10 am - 5 pm  in your home  3 BLACKOUT BBISGO GA1ES  in prizes per game  total  9 Early Bird Draws ��� $!0000 ea.  LOO  PLUS 1 DRAW $1,000'  11:30 pm. FRIDAY, AUG. 23rd. 1974  ON BCTV - your CTV station.  $1.00 PER CARD     EARLY BIRD DRAW  Ask your Postmaster  8 CARDS $6.00  p   . n ��� ��� ���     '  i  British Columbia is more than just your Province.  Itbyourhome.  r  ,;v\  ���UXi   *  .  _P|    .  *-y+1 ���=���,.���  ft- a��S_ii-��  L  !.*,  A land where waves pdyncl down  on long beaches,  A land of ^  and game, And silence,  A land of mountains that disappear  Into the sea. . > .. .  A land of clean cities and clear air.  A land of valleys full of friendly faces  handshakes, A land where  ripens In warm summer sun.'  highways  that beckon,  hlstdry still lives with  life.  A land that offers to those fortunate enough  to live hero, the qualities of life that  tourists travel miles to experience,  In a world that's being civilized out of It's  "fitih&'GdT'^nio'ba'cl^ttir^tiii^' th|9'6U rtimcr!  Take the time to look around you.  At a land to love. To be part of.  To be proud of.  Your land ,., British Columbia   PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235   .  .Vancouver 689-5838  <E.��>O.E)  I  LTPo    BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE -  l  Miss Joanne Nygren and Rene  Opaocensky from Vancouver were at the Roy  Nygren's with the many slides taken on their  recent trip to Europe. The many fine old .  buildings make quite an impression on the  travellers.  Visiting her sister for the summer at  Roberts Creek is Mrs. Kay Hall from  Mississauga, Ontario. Her hosts are Mr. and  Mrs. E.B.H. Varcoe.  Mr. '��� and Mrs. J. Turnbull of West  Vancouver, spending their holidays at their  summer home in Roberts Creek, have had  Mr. Turnbull's mother, Mrs. J. Turnbull, for  a week's visit. Mrs. Turnbull's niece, Mrs.,  Kathy and Mark Devoigne, with their small  son, have been, visiting from Oak Harbor,  Wash. ��  Moira Chapman and Ian Robinson from  Cheshire, England, guests of the Robert  Barclays at Roberts Creek,, took atrip to  Pemberton to meet cousin Peggy Harrison.  From there they went by rail to Prince  George, then met up with couusin David  Barclay at Kitimat. David and Ada Barclay  escorted Moira and Ian back to Roberts  Creek in their camper, taking five days to do  so as they stopped at many lakes where they  put their aluminium canoe to good use. They,  took the Duffey Lake Road, which cuts in  from Lillooet right through to Pemberton.  From there, it goes to Squamish and along to  Horseshoe Bay.  Duf fey Lake Road is a narrow logging  road which gave them no trouble.at all,  especially with the radio controlled logging  trucks for safe passage for cars. 7"  Dave and Ada stayed with his folks for a  week, returning home on the Queen of  Prince Rupert.  Mrs. Marie Defouw of West Sechelt  . celebrated her birthday on Thursday, Aug. 8  at their home on Norwest Bay Road. The  place was overflowing with relatives:  Marie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Neels of  Chilliwack, her brother John and Dickey  Neels, their two daughters and son, Marie's  sister, the Ed Gulikers and three children. A  busy but very happy birthday.,  Do visit the new art gallery, the white  house on the corner up from the Post Office.  Some very interesting things to see.  Sgt. O. Underhill has been transferred  from Merritt to Chilliwack to.the dismay of  the town council of Merritt, where they were  most happy with him and his work in the  RCMP. /  The Stan Moffats of Sechelt are thrilled to  be grandparents again. Thisl time, lt is  daughter Elaine and Kennard Robinson with  their first son, Craig Dylin Robinson, a small  51b. 12 oz. bundle! He was born July 27. Mrs.  Helen Moffat flew up to Prince George,  passing the stork on the way in her rush. Also  visiting their granddaughter, Jenny Lynn  Moffat, who has moved to Prince George  with her folks, are Ken and Donna Moffat.  Bargain patterns at the Thrift Shop.  I  HOPKINS LANDING ���.   , #2-3-219  View lot on Marine Drive. Close to store and beach, 5 min. from  ferry. Cleared with driveway. Owner transferred, north, has to  sell. $13,500 full price.yACK WHITE, 886-2935. evenings.  ROBERTS CREEK -. FLAT, TREED WATERFRONT"' #3-241  ^ A lovely "twin" setup, 68 feet of south beach, near level all the,  1 way 900 feet back to the aLower Road. Drivewaythru lovely large  trees, like a piece of^Stanley Park. Two hoiries, near beach, on'  different levels; one rented, owner in other. Each 2 bedrooms,  fireplace. Owner also has two attic rooms. Two metal sheds plus  workshop included. Creek water rights, plus regional water If  desired. Hydro; of course. $60,000 will handle. Vendor will carry  the $24,000 balance.  PETER SMITH,  885-9463 evenings.  2   BUILDING  LOTS   -VIEW!      ��� -    '       ,   ���,   #3*212  Side-by-side. Gentle slope. Nicely treed. 113x92.5 ft. Close to the  beach. See-the signs on Lower &M��skell Road. FP $12,000 ea.  LEE BROWN; 885-2437 evenings.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT     . '       " #       #20-3-253  Over 18,000 sq. ft. approximately 90' ocean frontage. Lovely  southerly view. Water, hydro and phone available. Zoned R-2,  mobile homes permitted. FP $30,000. C. R . GATHERCOLE,  886-2785 evenings.  CONRAD RD. COUNTRY ACRES - ROBERTS CREEK #9-3-228  Highway 101, near the Peninsula Hotel. Two almost 5 acre blocks  with good water possibilities fro year-round stream. Each 5_ acre  block is only $19,000 FP. No need to worry about privacy here.  ROBERT KENT, 885-9461 evenings.     '  MOTEL - NEAR BEACH ' #3-221  A thriving business, man and wife setup, 10 excellent units, six  with kitchens, plus good one bedroom owner's quarters. Low vacancy rate, sandy beach just across the road.- Compact area, easy  care, low maintenance. Ill health prompts sale. $60,000 cash required. Terms on balance to total of $140,000. PETER SMITH,  885-9463 evenings.  VIEW ACREAGE - OLDERSHAW ROAD #3-132  Gentle southern slope to this treed secluded 4.6 acres. Hydro at  the corner. Water supply looks good. FP $24,900 (offers). LEE  BROWN, 885-2437 evenings.  aLARGE WOODED LOT #19-3-246  Over half acre on paved road. Hydro, phohe and water available.  Only 1% miles from Sechelt centre. A good location for the  country home. FP $14,000, half down, balance at 9Vfe percent.  C. R. GATHERCOLE, 886-2785 evenings.  SECHELT INLET - WATEFRONT HOME ���' #3-249  2 bedroom, 2 level permanent home, approx. 950 sq. ft., much  wall-to-wall carpeting. Dining area, and living room. 1% bathrooms and good utility. Good clean swimming, near marina for  boaters. Owner asking $49,0-00 with $12,000 down, or talk a  cash offer. It's a dandy. PETER SMITH, 855-9463 evenings.  3 BEDROOM - FAM|LYHOME \ #3-231  Deluxe 3 bedroom home in popular Davis Bay.' 1200 sq. ft. Most  of it in rich shag carpet. Lovely red brick fireplace in living room.  Also fireplace in roughed-in rec. room. A beautiful home. Full  price $53,900. Preview this on our TV. LEE BROWN, 885-2437  evenings.  REDROOFFS ROAD ,-     #24-3-245  More than an acre in this level lot, it measures 101x505'. Easy  access from road, hydro available, Good wells in this area. Some-,  thing for the future here, road allowance along north end for  recent subdivision there. Zoning R-2, permits mobile homes. Full,  price $14,000. JACICWHITE, 886-2935 evenings.  ROBERTS CREEK TREED LOT #15-3-250  1.38 acres with 404' on Doris Road. Subdivision potential into  3 or 4 lots. Twenty minutes from Langdale ferry. FP $10,000,  C. R. GATHERCOLE, 886-2785 evenings.  I  j  I  ���,  f  ALDERSPRING ROAD - GIBSONS #H"15n  A deluxe, renovating job by owner, now available for $32,500  (purchaser can assume a 7% agreement). Wall-to-wall in living  room, bedrooms and hallway. Quality lino in bathroom and kitchen. Bright kitchen, like new with double steel sink and modern  cupboards. Vanity bathroom, 4 piece, very attractive. Grounds  nicely laid out.-New fencing. Blacktop driveway. Part basement  for utility. Arrange to see this place, conveniently located, yet  in quiet residential area. JACK WHITE, 886-2935 evenings.  ��� 'i  SUMMER SALE - 10% DISCOUNT y#. 1-3-191  Look! $9,999. This charming lot, 70x111' has both hydro ond  regional water available. Just off Lower Roberts Creek Road in  the climatic area said to be the best in all of Canada. Only a  short walk on dead-end road to bathing facilities. BOB KENT,  885-9461 evenings.  WEST SECHELT #24-3-260  Lovely treed lot in prime residential development. Hydro and  "city" water supplied. No mortgage problems as developr will  finane at 10% percent. Lot size 75x150'. FP $11,500. ROY  BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings. '   -.  SELMA PARK - OFF HIGHWAY 101 #17-3-210  Landsccaped and fenced lot, 62x124'. House of roughly 700 sq.  ft., one bedroom plus. Partial basement, oil furnace. Justa few  steps to easy access to sea and bathing. Try your offers on the  full price of $25,000 cash. THIS IS NOT A-LEASE LOT. BOB  KENT, 885-9461 evenings.  CORNER VIEW LOT - DAVIS BAY . #3-243  Lower priced than most at $13,500, this 60x151' lot, on black  topped road, is cleared except' for small evergreens. Very good  water view, all local services. Vendor will consider $4,000 down,  and carry balance at current interest, over 5 or perhaps 8 years.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK #3-124  Large lot in popular residential area. - Serviced with hydro and  water. Lot size 117x200', beautifully treed, gentle slope. In  area of new homes. Full price $20,500 (offers). LEE BROWN,  885-2437 evenings.    ^-~   NEAR PORT MELLON #3-262  Serviced,-cleared lot, all ready for your mobile home. Good storage shed on property. Now $7,500 full price. JACK WHITE,  886-2935 evenings.     .  GIBSONS RURAL #6-3-154  If you are looking for small acreage to produce your own food,  start with good soil. We have 8 acres, quarter cleared, three  quarters in woods with stream through. On blacktop served with  water. Terms on $38,000. JACK WARN, 886-2681 evenings.  SEE-THRU HOUSE #17-3-212  Only by inspection (through appointment only) can you realiie the  inherent quality and the true actual spaciousness of this fine  seaside home. Fronting on 105' of true waterfront, the essential  panoramic view of nearly 180 degrees is priced at only $139,500  with $40,000 down. Cash offers invited. Phone me for your appointment. BOB KENT, 885-9461 evenings.  DEVELOPER'S ACREAGE - WEST SECHELT #3-217  4.6 acres on Mason Road. Level and treed. R-2 zoning arid not  in the land freeze. Creek the possibilities of making into residential lots. Hydro at road. Try your offers on full price of $35,000.  LEE BROWN, 885-2437 evenings.  ;  !  TREED VIEW LOT.- DAVIS BAY #3-033  A dandy 75x131{ lot, nice trees, great view. Water and hydro,  ond short distance to the beach in very quiet area. Asking price  $14,000. Title clear. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.-  34 ACRES ��� #3-153  Small-farm with lots of room for expansion. 4 bedroom home with  fireplace and carport; 18-stall barn, 2 cabins, chicken & turkey  barns. Expansive water view. Check possibilities for development in  other area. FP $170,000, terms. LEE BROWN, 885-2437 eves.  EUREKA ROAD - SARGEANT > BAY ' #23-3-188  Here's a nicely wooded lot, only 6 miles from Sechelt. You can  afford to buy this one for only $8,000, even If you don't plan  building immediately. Many In this area spend weekends there  doing some clearing and relaxing a bit, Hydro available. Call  - JACK WHITE, 886-2935 evenings.  HIGHWAY 101"- ROBERTS CREEK #12-3-248  21 wooded acres, gentle southerly slope. Over 700* highway frontage opposite golf course. Presently zoned rural holding, 5 acres  minimum. $130,000, half cash. C. R. GATHERCOLE, 886-2785  evenings.  fe. ,p. vd ^v  r ^ ',,*   'f i<-4Wia  #3-256  2 bedroom home on a level  on full basement, Basement  ROBERTS CREEK - COUNTRY GARDEN SPOT #15-3-233  Hero's a delightful spot for those who like gardening. Small one-'  bedroom home for easy care. Spend your time looking after your  flowers and vegetables. Winding stream, On regional -Water. You  have to seo this delightful park-like proporty In ordor to appreciate  the value. Other buildings for, your workshop'.' Easy walk to very  ��� nice beach area, An Ideal setting for the nearly dead or newly  weds. F,P. less than $30,000, BOB KENT, 885-9461  evenings.  REDROOFFS ROAD -��� ���  CORNER LOT :,,    #3-252  Zoned R-2. Summor cottago or mobile  home, this treed:lot'Is 108x221' .approx. Hydro by, there ore good wells  In area, Part view of Sargeant Bay.  Asking, $10,500. PETER SMITH, ph.  885-9463 evonlngs,  WATERFRONT HOME - DELUXE  In village of Sechelt. Fully modern  sandy waterfront lot.  1236 sq. ft.  fully finished with rec. room and large workshop. Large llvingroom  with whlto Georgia Marble fireplace. Rich red shag carpeting.  Beautiful Spanish design kitchen, fully equipped. Three-car garage'  to keep your boat and camper protected during winter. Large L-  ' shaped sundeck looks out over scenic Sechelt Inlet. Too much to  explain. Must be seen, FP $97,500 (terms). LEE BROWN, 885-  2437 evenings.  i  W9��?S't  �����'*  WEST SECHELT, - MY WIFE'S  BEST BET #19-3-239  Woll wooded cornor location. 148 ,  fronting pavod, dead-endi rood, Woll  troed southerly slope; No taxes to pay  until 1975. Roglonal watdr. My Wlfo  picked this ono, perhaps you would  llko It, too, Only a very short walk to  roally easy black toppod ocoan accoss,  FP $15,500, BOB KENT, 885-9461.  WATERFRONT HOME - '  DAYIS���PiNt��.,n.!,,,���,v,,,,,P,^3:l 77  Stop���vlow ana buy this charming 2  bodroom watorfront homo, located on  tho bost boach aroq on tno Sunshlno  Coast, Full concrete basomont, sauna ft...  on boach, Garago, Beautiful land- ��! -  scoped garden, tree houso, 60' of lov- J.7  oly sandy/bobblo boach, FP $64,700.      77  EVERY WEDNESDAY-  Modltatlon.  ROY BUCKLE 885-9241.  SeeitthisYear.  For mora \ti\w\ informntlon, visit nny Krl!l.>h Columbia Informntlon Centre, or writo;  British Columbln Department ol }Vavc| Industry 1019 Whnrf Street, Victoria, B,C, VKW 2M  74-50G-E  , SELMA PARK -CLEARED VIEW LOT  RADCLIFFE ROAD   ? #3-190  Exco|lont lot, on cornor, unobstructed'  view, slzo 80x125'. Hydro, wotor ond  cable TV, and on black toppod road.  F,ull asking prlco $14,900, Try youf  valuo, PETER SMITH, 005-9463 (ov<*  nlngs,   ,     ,  I l"��i!ll��l��.il'l"i.��-'.l.iailinM    MH  I ill   >'���      uiil.1111      ���  $195 GRAND #19-3-110  Mobllo homo trallor park, Presently  10 (serviced trailer sites. Adequate  ., raanvfor, 20.moro Ma%, roaardlnaox-  panslon, Nearly 6 acros of, boautlful  park-llko land, Oosldps a yoar-round  crock, beautiful 3 bedroom full basomont homo, Heated 20x40' pool with  sauna and change room cabana ot  pool sldo. Grounds and tho homo aro  fwlhr private,��� Thli site U yerf close  to cosy , access, beach. ond both Ina.  Wiring, drainage, wator linos aro all  undor ground services to each trailer  hook-up, Coble TV Is Includod, Bona  fldo enquiries to R.'K��NT,'665'946I  evonlngs.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ��� Phono "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Flro Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 houra)  EVERY MONDAY���1:45 p.m., Community Hall Roberts Creok,  Elphinstone Now Horizons carpet bowling, cards 8. films.  EVERY TUESDAY-���7:30 p.m. Socheit Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Socholt  Ups 6\ Downs) Club. Now members wolcomo.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Dingo, now Legion Building, Socheit,  -0 p.m.. Introductory Loqturo on Transcondontal  I.M.S, Contro, Gibsons,  EVERY THURS.���8:00 p.m., Dingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall.  ���THURS. afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Contro, 1:30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� 1-3 p.m., Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  ���   Shop, Also first Saturday of each month, 10 a.m. to 12 noon  durlno summor months. , \  EVERY WED./THURS, at 0:00 p.m.���Introductory Locturo Trans-    t  ccndontal Meditation, as taught by Maharlshl Mahosh Yogi. Whit-      '  akor Houso, Arts fi, Crafts Contro, Socholt,  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 12 noon to 2 p.m., Wilson Creok Library,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  MultlpU Listing Strvlc*  Vancouver  Real   l��ta����  Hoard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGEMOES USX  Box' 128, Socholt, B.C.  %&  Phono 805-2235 (24-Hqurs)  Vancouver Phono 689-5838  .1 \  1972 G.&1.C. wiu, h  Suburban 4x4  Windows and seats  $4595-00  .. i>__*^fC*p"��Sp��".  >-  1966 G J.C. 3 TON  5 & 2 spd. 167 Al Van  Power tailgate  327 V8 Good Truck  !>Y* 1,&^4 .  *-/     * ��  r=3*rr    - rr. ^*Lf"*~- *    ^ _      ���*    * . \,  1    '*    4     ?f':."*"lf$  1968 VOLKS  --:  >.7   V a i>       J A  rA*,'h- ���' f_ C>"  NISSAN PATROL 4x4  V^v.fi   .        +      ,   ^   ���Ph   , \li  X .^l__      <   -i        <^   _   2  ."a  </V i #:  J  CimI  ^, -^-HaEa?  V *S  ^^���'i ^"*-  ****���*  P>*!  Bost in Livo Entertainment  "JOIN IN THE FUN"  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  m..m��-��rmn.in��mman.l.....��MlM.MHlinMMWllMM>llto.��..m.��n��nl  _*____* 5���^l-*^-  a       'M  "*>��*���.*  "* -N '.*  XT  2&V  *"*���  "**    * *�����  > <  ���>����� br  ill Gibsons ...  iTEF administrator views  r7;7 k'j  p. - ftirfV *     7>, <,f    . c-- v - Js,,    JVA'V4' !'-?��-   1  *" a ;7*  >!��   I V  'l.p-^k ^i  I  AAANYAAORE  TO CHOOSE FROM  >-r,^yiyy.yj,.\yy^Yyy>t;;;  ;'7f >>; Al r,vehiclesioverl|77'i)ii:  \     \      ,\l\      l��iP.p"'����a;.iPi..ii��,pi-iiiUi.i-.l .,i,-.i,��r,,.,>np (���f,7i,     I  ';!)?7f;<ca9h;discounf/^w?^ I  GIBSONS���Anna Nelewany, provincial    know what they need." she said,  administrator  for the   B.C.   government        Materials for the adventure playground  student summer employment program    were suppiied by the municipal work crew.  (STEP), visited Gibsons recently to view    Lumber was brought from a lot in the village !  progress on an adventure playground under    owned by the municipaUty. r   "     '7  construction in Dougal Park. ���,     .       .   .. <    ... ������   c��tt?t?d ��t.a  STEP   employee   Christa   West   is    c JJsewhere in tte vdlage  SWEEP and,,  supervising the project, which is being    STEP employees ..are cutting brush and  carried out by students hired under a second    cleaning up paries,  government summer employment program,  SWEEP. r  The municipality was authorized to hire  13 SWEEP employees and seven STEP  supervisors for two months during the  summer.  7,.. vGibsons7 allocation was increased > by  seven students after the regional district  opted out of the program.  Miss Nelewany said she was impressed  with the adventure playground project in  Gibsons.  "I talked with (municipal clerk) Jack  Copland quite a bit about it on the phone and I  was curious to see it," she told The Times  during her visit.  She said the STEP program was being  carried   on   province-wide,   with   the  government supplying and administrating  their own projects.  '   "Themunicipalitiesand regional districts  giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig  : PROVINCIAL STEP administrator  Anna  Nelewany,  second,'from left,  -watches progress at' adventure  playground in Gibsons as Lynda  Hodson, left, and Barbara Roberts  'peel' logs for balance Dole. Looking on  with   Miss   Nelewany   is   pro j feet  / supervisor Christa West.   ._,  Qf<is1i'r> AT LLOYD'S STORE  OlUaiO GARDEN, BAY, B.C.  GKT��.;o CANADIAN HANDCRAFTS  JVllb ARTWORK  MNDM   HAMKHIII, B.C ,. 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K  &  ta  310 No." 5 "'MOM, * RICHMOND  PHONE; COLLECT: 273-4861  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin  VANCOUVER YARD  5569 VICTORIA DRIVE  PBiONE COLLECT: 321-6731  PLEASE COm IN TO SEE OUR DISPLAYS OF  FRONT ENTRANCE DOORS. PHONE COLLECT  ON QUOTES ON COMMON OR FINISHED  LUMBER OR WHATEVER YOUR BUILDINO  REQUIREMENTS ARE. %Bft��n|MMMMMMMMMMIIMMMWft>WWMW��W����WWM>A��l>MMMMI��iWM��IMMMUWI^^  tR&B P_l_MIKSULa^^^  1  '7 may fee wro/i;, fc��// j/wII not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ' - *   '���John Atkins  Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  The Peninsula Time*-.,   Wednesday, August 14,, 1974,   .Page B-2  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, .and ,not necessarily those of The ,Times.> A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  Ferries - an old problem  '\  ipesioprai  In a letter to The Times in response to an  editorial criticizing the ferry service, C.  Gallagher, general manager of B.C. Ferries,  replied that "overnight solutions are just not  possible."  The Times has never asked for overnight  solutions. These ferry problems didn't just pop  out of nowhere���they have been building for  years. This is certainly not intended as an  indictment .of the present provincial  government because ferry problems were  inherited. .  No, the blame must go back years. lineups  and delays at ferry terminals and late sailings  are not new this year by any means. Such  problems have been showing up every summer.  The ferry authority arid provincial  governments (past and present) were and are  aware of the problem so why hasn't something  concrete been done years ago.'  Current improvement of the ferry  scheduling must go to the Barrett government  but the Upper Levels Highway leading to  . Horseshoe Bay has been in a construction stage  for at least five years and that doesn't help the,  problem. Highway 101 on this side of theiwater  is not conducive tp speed flows of traffic  especially now that it has been torn up all  during this tourist season. This highway is not  meant to handle 200 cars and trucks pouring  off a late-running ferry.  New vessels are under construction and  that's good., But the $15 million that the  government spent for the Queen .of Surrey  could have gone a long way to providing several  smaller ships to serve this area.  No community with so many people is so  dependent on ferry service as is the Sunshine  Coast There are 10,000 permanent full-time '.  residents here and in the summer that number  increases 10 times with tourists and summer',  residents. Most other areas, except small, low  populated, islands, ate not as dependent on  ferry service as we are. Vancouver Island and  Powell River are pretty well self-contained.  Powell River has two routes to go to leave���  through Saltery Bay-Earls Cove,and Comox.  Mr. Gallagher says that this route is the  ferry authority's "most complex, whh the  necessary tie-in with Jervis Inlet and other  factors involving berths, location of personnel,  _ terminal capacity at Horseshoe Bay, patterns  of travel, change in mix of vehicles carried, etc.  etc.  "Scheduling difficulties on the Horseshoe  . Bay-Langdale route cause us to give more  attention to this route than any other in our  system and it appears inevitable that we give  offense to somebody despite our best efforts.  You can be sure, however, that any changes in  schedule we are forced to make are not done  in any offhand manner."  We are indeed certain that this. is a  complex route to serve but we shall not  diminish our cries that we get the bat  scheduling possible for the Sunshine Coast  We still maintain, that these problems were  foreseeable and should have been rectibea.  Has anyone considered starting a private  ferry service? If the government can't give us  adequate service, maybe they should get out of  the business and give free enterprise a crack at  it.-.  rs. Bailly's 'moment of truth  In their highly formalized "sport", bull  fighting, the Spanish culture peoples have a  term "the moment of. truth," which, as one  aficiando put it, marks the end of the bull,  then added thoughtfully, "or the end of the  toreador."  Mrs. Eileen Dailly, minister of education,  and the NDP.government, now face a similar  confrontation! They will either strip education  down to its needful basics, or allow it to  because they waste too much time looking for  something they have misplaced.  Moore was critical of the tools supplied  students, particularly in the.primary grades.  Weatherby said he was using an excellent  woodworking bench, a discard of a Vancouver  primary class of slow learners, which he had  purchased from the Vancouver school board  for $4, some years before. Learners do_ not  require, or even know how to use or appreciate  Editor, The Times 7' .  Sir: In the pleasant little'town of Sechelt, the  large white building known as .Whitaker  House is known for its art exhibits. At  present, in the lower rooms, there is  attractive work by talented' local painter  Kathleen Wells, ceramics by Muriel,Parfitt  and many interesting items from coastal  artists.  - However, if you will take the trouble to go  upstairs, there is also an antique shop, run by  David Oldham, where you can see many rare ���  ��� objects. ,     -  \< But perhaps Mr. Oldham's greatest  success lies in the beautiful display job as he  has done, where he has designed and fitted  together rough, silvery, old cedar boards,  taken from an old goat pen, into shelves to  holdhsi wares. In the harmonious spacing of  these shelves, he has composed a really  excellent display job.  Rosemary Hagen  Sechelt  ��oMeer workers  i#f for cemetery  Editor, The Times  Have you gone to Seaview cemetery lately?'  When you go to honor your deceased friends  and relatives, do you have trouble finding  their burial place?.  This is the most shameful cemetery I'm  sure anyone has ever seen. Without some cooperation, I'm sure it will remain this way  for a long time yet. Hasn't anyone in this  town any pride in their deceased ancestors?  I'm sure they don't deserve this kind of  disrespect and thoughtlessness. The  cemetery, in the state it's in now, seems to be  the worst fate of all.  Well, you living people of Gibsons (and  nearby communities), one day you, too, will  be buried there. What a nice thought: your  remains will lie hidden among three feet of  grass and dried straw. Other thoughtless  people, just like you, will trample your grave  and trip over your headstone, thinking that  no one could possibly be buried beneath'the  horrendous mound of paper and grass. -  What a cemetery needs is volunteers, I've  got one so far. Let's start a cemetery clean-  . up as soon as possible. Anyone can help.  There's no limit to age or number. If you  can't help clean it up, please lend us' some  might be opportune to point out here that the  major number of the boats making it through  the Skookumchuck Narrows are the larger  ones and therefore the ones causing the most ,  problems both in discharge of wastes and';  noise.1' - - -   .  ���    ��  At the time of dissolution of Parliament  : We were in contact with our government in  Ottawa in regard to this problem and were  told that legislation was in the process of  being worked out to coinbat the pollution of  our coastal waters. s  Perhaps it should be mentioned here that  an application by the Vancouver Yacht Club.  to establish a mariria in Secret Cove had been  turned down.by the regional board on the  same grounds and further applications in the  Pender Harbour area have also been turned  down.; Secret Cove has far more , tidal  movement than Porpoise Bay so it would not"  seem logical to allow one project to go ahead  "while the other, was turned down, even  though there are two different levels of  government involved.  The Village of Sechelt is in the process of  establishing a worthy project in the form of a  bird refuge at the present time and a great  deal of time and effort have been put into it.  Have the developers looked into the effects  their ideas might have on this project?  Any oyster beds or leases that may be  existent in Porpoise Bay would probably,  become contaminated, again by pollution.  As everyone knows this is an area used  intensively by Tyee Airways and its many  visitors and one would perhaps be led to  wonder about the safety aspects from.both  the boat users and the aircrafts point of view.  The questions raised in this letter have  probably already been looked into by council  but may we suggest that they take a long,  hard look at the pollution aspect in particular  before making any final decision in this  matter. .  It may be asked why we, as residents of the  Gibsons area should concern ourselves with  an event taking place in Sechelt. We feel that  this type of project affects everyone  regardless of where they live. Our coastal  waters are there for the use of all and as  we see it, everyone has the right, and indeea  the duty, to protect and preserve them for  this and future generations and for the fish  and wildlife that live in the waters and on the  shore.  Respectfully yours,  Gibsons Wildlife Club  J. Hind-Smith  conservation committee  pinwheel off into space, uncontrolled, without    elaborate profession,.equipment, It would be ,-  equipment  such as. hand  lawnmowers,.  dippers, scythes and other tools.Tt would h*"* WanrnilTOnfliW mice TimAC  appreciated by both the living and ttedead.     ����UltUUVtinie_ MUSS IWI&S  -sense, reason or discernible objective.       .   -  For Mrs. Dai-ay's possible guidance are the  following suggestions, arrived at by three men,  some 25 years ago, just about the time the  education train began to wobble on its rails.  The men were R.J. Moore, business editor of  The Province, and former member of the  Ottawa press gallery; Dr. G.S. Allen, dean of  forestry, UBC; Hugh Weatherby, editor of the  British Columbia Lumberman, press counsel  to the British Columbia Lumber  Manufacturers Association, and author of  several books, some widely used in schools.  Their conclusions follow.  Dr. Allen complained that students coming  from high school to university did not know  how to study, and recommended that the old  method of teaching, which consisted of endless  repetition, be replaced by a "get-it-the-first-  time" method. This, he pointed out, was the  university way. Booth Moore and Weatherby  agreed; they know that a reporter usually has  only one opportunity at verbal .information.  AH three men rated communication as the  most important aspect of education, yet very  few high school, or eyen university graduates  could write a concise, lucid letter. So, teach the '  students to write and speak in a rnanner that  will enable them tq convey their thoughts  accurately and non-ambiguously to others.  Again all,three men were in agreement  about the need to tench students to organize  their efforts,both at work arid at home. Tills  included returning used tools to their  designated place; having a place for everything  and everything in its, place!: A surprisjnft  number of persons foil'at' their occupation.".  interesting to know how much this type of  extravagance adds to dur education costs.  The future of education is. up to Mrs.  Dailly; her moment of truth is right now. She  will either get down to business and pfoyide the  type of, down-to-earth education policy that  will give students the training they need to  contribute to society an amount equivalent to  their individual requirements, or climb back  on .cloud nine, proving herself to be a silly  woman, placed in a too-high position by an  accident of politics.  Good luck, Mrs. Dailly! -  Times  by  ',.,       Invootlfjato conditions  BEFORE ontorlno tho  wntor, arid always swim  with a buddy.  The Pnmimt&%:j4tmb  on B.C.'i Sunshine CoMt  by  Powell River Ncwi Town Oriec  Socheit Times UA,  Dp* 310 - Sechelt, ��.C.  SCChctt R85-W54 or 885*2633  ?wbwriptloa Rutei*. (In iMtyw**)  Local, $7 per yowr, Beyond 35 mile*, $1  U.S.A., SI0, Oversew $11,  Serving the area from Port Mellon lo Rgmont  (How* Sound to Jtrvh Inlet)  i��^��*VMvvwwwvwwwvM��w��w>WMwa��w��wri<\>yww��Mwn��ww< -  ��  gone  August 15,1973���The school district has given  the go-ahead for a feasibility study aimed at  finding the best solution to accommodate the  new junior and senior high school. Chairman  Agnes Labonte suggested that construction of  a new school could take up to three years. ,  Frank Giampa refused to resign as village  of Sechelt .building inspector., The village  council asked for his resignation following  comments made by tlie inspector.  Budding inspector Roy Taylor worried  Gibsons pouricH that he will strictly enforce tho  new 7x>ning bylaw.  John Bremer, education commissioner, was .  slated to visit .Sechelt school district.  Aug. 13,19��>~. Expropriation of the Sechelt  Waterworks Company could soar tp $200,000.  Sunshine Coast Regional District started  expropriation procedures July -,lj 1969.  Isabel Dawson, minister without portfolio  ���_rc|��rto^  investigating food servicesI1 and costs of ferry  'meals... 7,7   v .    ',. 7., ..... .  Aid. Ken Crosby of Gibsons questioned tho  rising costs o�� planning. *  Aid. Quick Rodway of SocJlicU questioned  tho costs of garbage collection.  Waterfront improvement along Boulevard  Is jlatedto begin in tho. fall.,..,.      i    .  Aug. 12,1964���Sechelt Queen was added lo  the Langdalc-Hor.scshpo Bay ferry run  'bringing tho service:to an-hourly busty.  Hopes for a breakwater for the Sechelt area  took a sharp rise lait week when Jack Davis,  MP Ooast-Cnpilano presented a brief to tho  minister of public works, Norm Watson,  chnlrjnnn of * the Chamber of Commerces  breakwater committee reported,  Highest July rainfall since 1932 was  recorded by Richard E Kcnnctt, when 4.74  inches fell. Normal July rainfall is 2.90 inches.  Councillor Ikrnel Coition told Socheit  council ho will mako a study of nn anti-noiso  bylaw. Noise can bo construed, ho told council,  as anything that disturbs his sleep.  Dog problems ord proving a headache to  Gibsons council, It was reported,  Let's prove, we ^canj^dq It '"Once  everything's done, it will be easy to keep it  under control. For more information or for  volunteer assistance and equipment, please  phone 886-7858. Ask for Leslie, for the sake of  our dead.  Leslie Macfar lane  '.. ;"-f , Gibsons  Marina problem foreseen  by Gibsons Wildlife Club  Editor's note: The following letter, by John  Hind-Smith of the Gibsons Wildlife Club's  conservation committee, was addressed to  Sechelt village council. The author furnished  a copy to The Times for publication. Council,  at its last meeting, took no action on Hind-  Smith's letter. .  Dear Sir:  We learned quite recently of a proposal  that had been laid before Council for  development of a commercial marina on  Porpoise Bay, by Mr. Van jEgmond, the real  estate developer.  Although this would seem to be a natural  development in an area dependant to some  extent on the boating population, there would  be some major problems which we find it  difficult to understand how they would be  overcome. , >  The main one is pollution of the Bay. As  most people are aware, there is very Httlo  tidal movement In Porpoise Bay and  therefore little or no flushing or Scouring  action which would be necessary to dispose  of the sewage, etc., that is bound to be  present In such a location as that proposed. It  Editor, The Times  Sir: Although not an actual subscriber to  your paper, we bought it regularly at Lloyd's  Store, Garden Bay. Since moving, we have  lost all contact with what's happening on the  Sechelt Peninsula.  Your paper kept its finger on the pulse of  things up there. Even though we didn't  actually agree with some of the bylines, it  was interesting to read the pros and cons of  said bylines. At least The Times has the  courage of its own convictions, which is  surely lacking in many instances these days.  So that we can once again find out what's  going on in our old stamping ground, am  enclosing a money order for year's  subscription.  Sincerely  Mrs. James G. 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Do not remove them, but if  you must, do not operate the machinery until  the shields have been put back in place.  ��y��_S-H  i  333  SB  S__3S_S_S_S__p_S_l^I__  SR5  _~_  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRia  Re: Community plan for Keats Island    ,  A Public Meeting will be held on Saturday, August 24,  1974 at 7:30 p,m. inthe Assembly Hallof the Keats  Island Baptist Church Camp, to present and discuss  proposal^ which represent the basis of a community  Community Plan for Keats Island/  Water taxi service, to Gibsons will be available  'meeting" '" ^-~~~-~*^^'~-~--"-~~  All interested persons are welcome.  i  4, StM  Planning Director  ���a  The Management of the CEDARS INN in Gibsons is in the process  of applying for a "General License" (Neighbourhood Public House)  for a part of its existing facilities.  In response to our request, the Council of the Village of Gibsons -  on its regular Meeting on July 23rd 1974 - passed unanimously the  following motion: "That Mr. L. Hubel be advised that Council have no  objections to a Neighbourhood Public House being established in the  Cedars Inn, Providing he meets the Provincial requirements and legal  formalities for same."  To meet further requirements by the Government Liquor Control.  i * * j  Board Regulations, we are conducting a door-to-door canvass of  opinion of residents within a six block radius of our premises. We also  invite written petitions from residents of the same area, to register the  opinions pro and con for consideration of the general manager of the  Liquor Control Board. ��� such petitions should be mailed or delivered  to: The Manager, Cedars Inn R.R. No. 2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 ���  within one week after appearance of this public notice.  .Manager  MUNDAY HOMES  ENJOY YOUR OWN KEEP. FIT CYCLING  PROGRAM/WITH A MUNDAY HOMES  10 SPEED BICYCLE FREE OF CHARGE TO  EVERY PURCHASER OF A NEW  MOBILE HOME FROM ANY MUNDAY LOT,  BETWEEN NOW AND AUGUST 31, 1974.  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McCann of Madeira Park, August 3, with a >     A typical Pender Harbour start to their  social following,   *., marriage was a fishing trip and barbecue at  Attendants were long-time friends, Mr. Egmont where Mr. Walsh caught a 19-pound"  and Mrs. Norm Caron of. Vancouver with salmon, guaranteeing their returning to the  Jackie Scott as flower girl. Sunshine Coast again next summer.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ������by Mary Tinkley  . Annual general meeting of the Welcome Ryuji was impressed with the Rockies and  Beach Community Association will be held at most enthusiastic about the beautiful  the Welcome Beach Hall on  Saturday, torquoise color of Lake Peyto and other  August 17 and 8 p.m.                                ' glacial fed lakes. He was amazed at the  Members will be asked to receive reports numerous assortment of mobile homes,  on  the   year's   activities,   vote   on   an trailers and campers at the trailer parks. In  extraordinary-resolution to separate the Japan such vehicles would be a luxury to be  secretary-treasurer's   office   into   two, afforded only by the wealthy few. He is now  separate offices and to elect officers for the' 0n Vancouver Island hoping to catch one of  coming year. those big fish1 about which he has heard so  New owners of the B. & J. store at much. He is travelling with a tape recorder,  Halfmoon Bay are~Ralph and Maria Mahar a movie camera and two still cameras,  from North Vancouver who will be assisted        Fishing at Buccaneer Bay recently with '  by their son Bob. Bill and Reta Clarke will herring bait, Bill Richmond was surprised on  take a rest before doing some travelling. pulling in his line to find he had caught two  Mrs. Alex Ellis was in Calgary last week sand dabs on two of the three hooks,  for the two-day celebration of the 93rd        And  talking  of fishing,  one  of  the  birthday of her mother, Mrs. Louise Bardahl readers of this column has complained about  who lives in a senior citizens' home in the lack of courtesy shown by some owners of  Calgary. Mrs.Baftlahl is remarkably active" 'big'   boats. ' With * boats   of   all   sizes  and likes to be independent. She does her own congregating in popular fishing* spots, this  shopping and cooking and, though there is an reader complains that some high powered  elevator up to her third floor room, she boats, once they have their quota, blast off at  usually prefers to walk up and down for full speed, disturbing the fish and making a  exercise. The celebrations started off with a wash that almost swamps some of the  dinner party at a Calgary hotel attended by smaller boats. The same reader expresses  all her. sons and daughters. The following disgust that some boat owners throw their  day, she had the use of the recreation room at garbage overboard, and wonders why people  the home where she( lives for an open house throwing empty beer bottles into the water  tea which was attended by 40 members of her don't at least take the trouble to hold them  family - sons, daughters, grandchildren, under the water for a minute or two to allow  .   ' nieces and nephews, them to fill up and sink to the bottom,  Mrs. Ellis found Calgary extremely hot,        Mrs. Janet Allen has just received word of  with temperatures up to 96. She was happy to the birth of her first great-grandchild, a girl,  get home to Halfmoon Bay where we are so born to her  granddaughter Kathy and  fortunate in having cool nights even on the husband Doug. Nims'of Penticton.  hottest days.    '                                   ,        Mrs. Dorothy Green was in Powell River  ,    Guests of Mrs. Alice Young at Eureka are last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack  her brother, Jack Wilson of Calgary and his staniforth. On her way home she stopped for  wife Betty. They trailed their sturdy 18 foot a visit with the Rudig family at Paradise  aluminum boat with its 70 hp and 20 hp Valley. She travelled down with Mrs. Bill  engines and anchored it in Nor'west Bay. Cratchley, the former Mrs. Bill JJoyd of  Next morning, Mr. Wilson had the shock of Powell River who was twice married by the  his life when he looked out of the, window and late Canon Alan Greene.  "���i $K."i��<) j,  V    -il' ->  ^yW',  %���  LOCAL  Canada  No. 1 ...  lbs  ,'V  M  IMPORTED  Canada No. 1  lb.  LOCAL  Bunch..  Bunches  for  iflif MRS  IflUm* WILLMANS  lOVERS -   4's  Oatmeal Pate Sandwiches  PAULINS  13'/4 oz. PKG.  MINUTE AAAID  LEifilIiE6,lf  JJEIF REDID'  STEIIEHES 9pkg:  BETTER BUY lib.pkg.  r&  Fresh Grade  H >  could see no sign of the boat. Frantically,  Mrs. Young telephoned the RCMP and then  Jean Mercer at Buccaneer Marina, who put  out a call over the CB. (Citizens' Band)  radio. She also recommended them to  telephone anybody they knew at Davis Bay,  where she estimated the boat would drift. A  few hours later, the RCMP telephoned to  advise Mr. Wilson to hurry down to Davis  Bay where the boat was slowly going towards  shore, still dragging Its, anchor. Arrived at  Davis Bay, ho got a ride out to tho boat which  was found to bo In perfect condition,  complete with its two engines and other  equipment. It started up without tho slightest  trouble and carried him safely back to'  Nor'west Bay. ,    ',  Ho is most grateful for all tlio help]and  advice |io received and thinks his sister Is  , lucky,to bo living among such good friends,  nnd neighbors. Mrs. Mercer, pn receiving  congratulations on hor cptlmnto of tlio  ultimate destination of the boat, modestly  claimed It was just woman's Intuition.  Ted Edmond of Huntingdon, York, Is  spending a three week vacation at tho homo  of his sister, Mrs. Fred Julian nt Sencrcst. Ho  flew from Manchester to Vancouver with a  stop atFroblsher Bay. This Is his first visit to  Canada and ho thinks Uio Sunshine Const Is n  marvolloi��.s| place. Tho Julians took him on a  > flight by Tyco to Nanaimo to 'dhow him  Vancouver Island and they nro planning a  crulso in Bob Nygren's charter bont Chicago,  so ho will havo much to tell his wlfo Betty  , whon ho gets back to York. Mrs. Wilson was  unable to accompany him but persuaded him  Jo take the trip without hor. Mrs, Julian and,���.  hor brother had not mot since MMi. whon tho  Julians were on a visit to pngland.  Ryuji Kntayamn Is a radio producer and  announcer in Tokyo with a program similar  to our CBC .Good Morning radio which,  reaches nn audience of clf{ht million  listeners. Ho Is enjoying a working holiday In  Canada preparing a program on how  Canadians spend their vacations, John Ellis,  who know tho family In Tokyo, wrjfl his guldo  nnd Interpreter on a trip to Banff whoro  a  ������������iiiiiMiiiiiumMtiiiiiin>��ii)i>iiiiiiiia>i>iiti��ii,t����iM  MISS DEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  ,   Wharf Road . Sechtb. 8854066  P.O. BOX 213     .  Hallmark-CotHta  card*  and  wrappings.  Ftaa   English  china  cupa  and  Vatican,  D��utfqu4 lt��nw, local artists' palntlnos.  ''KHMiiiiiiiuuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMa.uiaiiiiiiiiMiiiiuaiiiiMiii  Full Cut  Ib.  Cross Rib  / m  PRICE  Men and  Womens  Vinyl Shoes  MANY MORE GOOD VALUES  W1GARDS  SHOE STORE  SECHELT PHs 885-9345  SEVEN FARMS  >^��<*������i^m^0m*s^mnim^m^rmin^fmiu\mmtmt\i>ntttmint^  Skinless 1 Ib. pkg.  BURNS -  by the piece    lb.  TOTEM CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  i  Jcsckpo? $300  $76 TO GO  * DOOB PB,ZE *j  WWHWOWWI  o<fl  MAZOLA  24 oz. bottle....  BETTER BUY  Asst'd 2 roll pack   ROYALL  12 oz. tin   .....  MALKINS m  Choice Cut GREEN BEANS  Choice Cut WAX BEANS    ,  mm  KRAFT  IP 16 oz. jar..   ��11111   $UNRYPE  Unsweetened  48 oz. tin.......  't  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  i i  Wed., Aug. 15th.  to Sat., Aug. 17th;  We reserve the right  . to limit quantities  *   "���*!  *���  mm  mm.  *w>_  W~~-  ����iJ_>p��^��  fry  rfsSs  0  ^  W3$  a  o ^  h  &? Page B-4 The Peninsula Tiroes ;   Wednesday, August 14, 1974  aiiiuiuiiimiimiiiiiiMiiiiiiiinitiiMMiMMmMiiu^  I      v Put yourmessage into 3,894       ''.'/SBf' "   ���'     \ .        7   1   -"'��'^      y\   a'1 /$&*��]   . <        '���  ���        -       *i '   ESSfe   ''���    ''���    ' . ���   ���   ' .-���    ���' <   '     GRtO'~   ''��� ,-"**%'���''"'    **'��;   ' '   * Ht^'5 _2/eln0IW,C0l^��2      3  5      home.    (15,000    woders)    in C ���   w l_Bh A ��U'W BA1 _ftk.    '   1 &r^J8&�� Ml MSlM* ��� {Of Bl '_fl._0& B?l FS_SS��_ /ffet-4-Sr_0&       ' - EFtSi M ISdjfeat ja��\tf&_fl_9f-KiG_'     7';"Moeh  3,894   home.   (15.000    J  these economical sport.' Your  ad is always-there for. quick  reference . . * anytime!'  readers) i every * week. Your ��� ad  waits'patiently for ready reference -.. . . *'. anytime!    '  aiiiiiiiiuiiimiiniMHiiiuiiiiiiuiMim^ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiii ���iiiiiaiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiituiiiiiiini ���������������������������������������������������������������imioiiimi-!  ACCOUNTANTS,  W. Philip Gordon  CHAPTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phono: Bus. 88&714, Ros. 886-7567  ���    Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING rSERVICES  Office.  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  ��� Residential * Woke-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  'Never Miss Another Phono Coll"   ,  885-2245     '  ANTIQUES  BEAVER HOUSE ANTIQUES  Good Selectiorvof 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 Qesign, Building and  Planning Service  ROGER ALLEN  Drafting Services  ,     - ARCHITECTURAL - RENOVATIONS  - CIVIL - HOME DESIGN  Wharf Road (over My Bird) Sechelt ,  BUILDING SUPPLIES, (cow.)'  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  \>    y  (1971) LTDf7>  *  "ALLBUILDlNG MATERIALS"^ .  "READY-MIX",.  "CONCRETE, - GRAVEL"  1 "WESTWOOD HOMES"'  '    .   "GENERAL PAINT?  886-2642 886-7833  Highway-101 -Gibsons     y   ���,  CARPET CLEANING 7"  I      -     I I ������ ��� a.  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS.  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  -'(Free Estimates) -  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p:m. or after 5 p.m.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  \  V , SUNSHINE COAST /'  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO. OLE'S COVE  , Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when  renovating or spring cleaning ..call" us  p for yoiir disposal .needs.  ��� Commercial-Containers Available  MACHINE SHOPS  DIVING  CARPETS  LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  Repairs, New Carpet Sales and  Installation.  ( Service Guaranteed.  Comer of Pratt Rd. and Rosmund  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  CONTRACTORS  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service   ,  - Rotor Lather.rawe for Disc Brakes  and Drum BrakeVV,  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Servi-ea^T-.Datsun Specialists  ,     Gibsons -jMlie 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Secholt Branch* ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone. 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  HOURS:  Socholt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m.. to 3 p.m.  frt. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 o.m*. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Ponder: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a fre&retimate anytime.  TED DONELY F^ftder Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  f��  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING'AND  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons   .  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  All Trades - Free Estimates  Eves.: 886-2090  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  1      "        EXCAVATING-SAND -  -    GRAVEL - "FILL  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  Quality' Builders  SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM BUILT HOUSES  886-9698  a ' '  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  Phono 883-9911  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE.PEOPLE"  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  '     '      i ���      i "197  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates "  . Phone 886-7816  SPECIALTY MACHINE, WORKS,  " '  p " ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz,Service."    -     i.   *  . Diesel Work   .   ,  .24 HOUR SERVICE,  Sechelt ��� ,885-2523 days ��� '885-2108 eyes.  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs.  First. Class Workmanship  a Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  ��� At the Sign of tfao C&ovroa  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and'Acetyline Welding .  Steel Fabricating - Marine' Ways  ' Automotive'and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Plume 886*7721      0m. 886-9956, 886-9326  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749    ,  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  , Phone 0^5-2622  Box 73/Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For AH Your  Building Needs  PHONB VBRN, 088-2525 or 886-2344  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL 7RESIDENTIAL  ,'7' '.''885-2713'' 7  .:'        .' ���,.,. .7 '.-".- . .,7. ���..'.., I  ,.:.:.. .  ��� ',    , ,' ". 7 ' t  ���   ��� ' "   MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  '���'        7       aVtl>.--V.'.  ������-''  . n BUILD TO SUIT  ,      PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECTION  , ^eNovatioiss  Evoa, 885-9951 - Pox 547, Sechelt  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATE?  i   L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD"  885-9666, Box 172, Socheit, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE'  Placing and Finishing  Floors -Patios - Stairs  ^       Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phono 085-9413  JOHN C. ELECTRIC  New Installation --Rewiring  Electric Heat J- Design .  Residential - .Commerciql  SPECIALIZE,'IN, ELECTRONIC  Wilson Creek"' ''" *V   885-2758  BULLDOZING  Piggott Bros.  Ponder Harbour  McCANN ELECfflC  WIRING OF ALL TyIeS  Residential.- Industrial -Commercial,  *    All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Joe McCana, Box 157, Madeira Poi&  Phono 883-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. ��85-9978  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified" Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FISHING  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  BOAT RENTALS - RAMP  COTTAGES - CAMPSITES  TRAILER SITES - ICE  Box 18 GARDEN BAY  883-2424, 883-2577  FUEL  CAT D4D  885-2325  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Noods-  Madeira Park        , Phone 883-2585  T   WINDSOR PIATWOODS  ��� (lho Plywood People)  ALL PLYWdOD:  Exotic ond Con��tructlon  Panelling - Doors - Moulding*  Glues �� Intulotlon ,(  Hwy. 101    ���   Gibsons   ������    006-9221  Your Business Card  reach nearly 12,000 people!  Low cost -��� High povyer  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  ' Clearing - Excavations - Rood Bulldlna  Grading - Fill -Road Grovel - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ~ Ditching  ' Excavating -��� Land Clearing  ""���"���"'"Road' Bulldlna ^-^ Qrov��l A Fill **y-*�����*  006-2030        ,  '  PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  G. W. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks - pxcavatlfig  Leveling &, Landscaping  Phono Jerry, 885-2680  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  i     '  ��� Canoes  .  ��� Runabouts  -___ Uesd Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers.  .    TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE.HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd.)  ��  Complete Maintenance  �� Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  24-Hr v  Box 920, Secholt    Service1'  Tt>- !85"2m  MOTELS  MOTOR MOTEL "900'^  at Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast  .���-       ,     Highway,,          Modern Completely Equipped "Housekeeping,;  Units..with Electric Ranges ond Refrigerators.'  ,   NEW AND SPARKLING CLEAN  Barbecues and Hibachis available as a  courtesy to guests.  Rates from $9.00 a day single to  $18.00 a day for four.  Special weekly and monthly off-season rates.  .   TELEPHONE. 883-9939  PLUMBING  & HEATING  G&E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing ��� Heating ��� Installations      ;  i- *    .  Renovations-'- Sewer Hook-ups  Alf work guaranteed 1 year - Prices on request  '.' , : 886-7638 ������ Certified Plumber  ..,     .    /Box ,165/ GIBSONS    "-  L & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  .-SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST-     ,.  t  "Box 651, Sechelt, B.C. 7.  Phone 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  V. ' a *  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting ��� Steomfitting  Hot'Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial    ^  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Socholt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.   I ,   PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ���- 886-9538 .  Everything for the Do-It-Yoursolfor  ��� Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates'886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  & APPLIANCI SERVICE  ���Used appliances for salo��� '  * Pratt Road, Gibooas  886-9959 >  * ��� i  RENTALS  ROOFING ,(Cont.)  ROOFING ���RE-ROOFING  ��� -.     . '-  <   ''     ���      '    .  ,* Repairs y .,  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING "  Shakes ��� Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  .  RE-ROOFING AND  REPAIRS  Free Estimates,-,All'Work Guaranteed'  Box 948, Sechelt Phone 885-9091  SEWING MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats -' Plywood Signs - Windows, etc. 7  Mason'Rood, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���Industrial Equipment  -x     ���Automotive  PHONE 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM ^LEANING  a-a-M-n-B_a_B-a-B-M-M-_B_Bn_a_n_a_aa_Bnn-M  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  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  no''(  ^'w--^^-~.^-^JCAIRNSi.J.^>^v_.   BACKHOE - DITCHING - SEPTIC TANKS  LANDSCAPING  885-2439 Secholt, B.C.  iRNIE WIDMAN      *  for all your  ��� SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone, 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  R. STEPHANSON  GULP OIL AGENT  * Bottom of Wharf Road  SECHELT 885-9621  Eyas; 885-2192  FLOORING-CABINETS   .T"  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibson?, B.C.      y  Blair, Konnott, saloa managor  Phono 886-2765  n^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sedielt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  '"Modilw^arfc'''1'"'*"'""''''"*  ""'"''|Hioni"8flJ-2377"  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  a���f��|| Hotel Poclllrtw���  MOTORCYCLES,    HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroke, 4-strokc 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 - Roberta Creek  Londscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilixer  ' Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mom  Fully LlcenMd Pesticide Spraying for       '  < Landscaping and Treei 7,7"  Sunshine Coas* Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  ;:OPTOMETRIST77l;:::7777l':.777.77,:  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Pal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays '  886-2240  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway ~  Bex IS, Gibsens, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday ovoning by appointment only     ,  TOWING  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  GENERAL PAINTING  ��� INTERIOR ��< EXTERIOR  BRUSH - SPRAY OR ROLL  '-> Call; 886-2512  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  tfox 943, Socheit  885-2734  Evenings:  885-2936  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All typot of Painting  Private & Commercial  Qonerol DoMrorjr  Madeira,foik, B.C.  883-2678  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES -1500 HOMES  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT ���  RENTALS ond SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototillers - 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 eves.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD/'  North Road, Gibsons   '  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters; - Lighting Plant* - Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement MJxers -Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools     .,  PHONE 886-2848���.24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  Socholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE ,  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713 .  GENERAL STORE  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  Francis Peninsula Road ,  Ponder Harbour - 083-2415  ROOFING  DILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  '   DUROID SHINGLES - TAR 6V GRAVEL  NfW ROOF or RI-ROOf  *   Scows -.Logs ,  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving ft Leg Tewing  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  Do* 201, Gibson*  886-7120  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  - Complete Tree Service  - Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  - Prices ,you con trust  Phono J. RISBEY, 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - clean-up your wooded areas  - remove lower limbs for view  - top tall trees adjacent to buildings  Marv Volen 886-9597  T.V. and RADIO  J&C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE  ���toe service all brands���.  ,      885-2560  next to Coast Cable Vision  _J      SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ���-. ELECTROHOME! ������'���  and ZENITH DEALERS  ��� "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Box 799, Sechelt ��� Phone 885-98(6     i  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  VACUUM CLEANERS  ..';.;'.'...    ELECTROLUX  Sales & Service  {/rrfwrmiMMrtfrn/iMmiM/im^  \.'y- . -   ������ ���������       ��  SUNSHINE ROOFING  ,���t���...,SHAKES~iHINa^  order your shakos early -check our'prlco* f (fit  *  ��  Custom shako* split to order  ' # Roof repair*  Q   Eaves and trough cleaning  Pox 300, Sechelt Phone 805-9073  S Use them for steady,  low-cost 5>  J advertising  to talk  to   15,000 ��  ^ '   peoplol S  3     ' 7.   .g  a Classified AdDrlofs roach more 5  ;j than 3,900 homes every wook. J  5 885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt) |  \/u//f////jtf/e/w///u/jr/r/ffff/iff///Jl  gllHMMMMI>IIMM��MMMM>MIMIHIUI��M��MM<M>MMn��MIMHII��M����H��l.).MM  IMIMUMMtMfllMIMMMMIIIIIMIIIHIIMMIIIIHIIHIIIMIMIHIM ���IMMIIIHUMIIIIMI. 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For some reason I suffer  from' a recurring nightmare that one-  day.they'irfinda'stray Hershey bar'  planted   in   one   of^ my   hubcaps  whereupon they'll march, me off and  make me strip down while they check to  see" if there's anything besides .vafiqose,  veins tucked^into my, pantyhose!! r /; ]  This fear of borders an4/customs;  officers can probably be* blamed on a  budgie with the- appropriate name of,  Stupid.      -       'y- y'y  Stupid belongs to some relatives, of  mine who have a suirimer place near  Bellingham. As soon as school is out in  B.C. they head across the border for two,  months holiday in the JJ.S.   <       j  This year, their budgie had a bladder  infection and was doing tithe at the  vet's. As I was going to be heading south  the day Stupid would be released, they  asked if I would pick, him up and  transport him across to their place thus  saving an unnecessary trip to B.C., It  sounded'simple, so I agreed. $T_  After asking the usual borderline   ^  questions, the American officer noticed   "   __ ,.  , .    _,       ....  the bird in the cage beside me. t ?��TS operated by Terry Nickerson  "Do you have papers for your bird?" f  left, and Barne Harris clear area at  he asked e * f. Avalon log sorting grounds, Port  'Yes,'' I said innocently, "they're in   .Mellon, preparing site for deadheads  *v -y fcZX'^^P^'c :y 'yfy  Wednegday; August 14, 1974  7 Thei Peninsula Tirnes    r,7  Pafl�� i B--S  1 "        <        -tfSP       i "at >>* i . S  A '_. y* ��i'f $ &*'*R V">'  i i     *���  I, t        l ^ ap *P.a    a p  7 '  A  -risim^ ��� '   "  7  /  the bottom of his cage."  and other flotsom collected from Howe  Senior citizen Assn. notes  __ . . : - >. _  , 7       , - " 7   ��� hy Robert Foxall  [1 don't mean that kind,", he said    j*0"11?-, Open, burner will, dispose./ of  loudly.   "You're  supposed to  see;   ^ebns.       ,,    y , ,  someone in the office about transporting  a bird across the line." J   y   '  "Okay," I said cooperatively,  "where do I go?" ���  "It's too late today," he said. "You'll  have to make an appointment and come  back Monday."  "Monday?" I gasped, "but I can't  old favorites. It makes this writer very envious that so much musical talent should be  wrapped up in one family. ~ -r  . ...  Near the close, president Hugh Duff  expressed the thanks of the members present  for another very memorable day. Many  The picnic that the Sechelt Lions Club     thanks, SecheltPLions. Long may your roar  gave to the Senior Citizens Stoday Aug. 4.      te heard.       r2r  One hundred members of branch no. 69 .       *  were transported ffom the bus depot, either  in their own cars or by rrjembers of the  > The weather was marvellous; clear blue  skies and a warm sun, yet with a ref resiling  breeze. The setting was idyllic: smooth  .green lawn and sheltering trees and the  <, luncheon was a gourmet's delight. What am I  r���aving about? <    7i.;  PORT MELON���Council of Forest Industries. _    w���it  nrniinrl that' lone   Besides  mv * sP?"sf "I8 a ^ dfMH* ��f ^eJ?OT,,J. Sechelt lion's Club, to the Big Maples Camp  wait around that long.  Besides my ma bid to clear the waters of deadheads and Grounds, which the Baldwins had offered for  relatives are expectoig the bird and me other navigational hazards. -   ^ > occ^ion inoculate* groomed .and  for dinner tonight. If the three-month experiment proves- trimmed  "Why," he asked, "is the bird on the successful,   it'-will  be  extended  on  a"      Long tables were set in the shade of the  menu?"   - * permanent basis. - trees bordering the lawn. While some lions  "No," I saiclsharply, "they'd never       Under the program, local - booming r wete parking cars and seeing their guests  eat Stupid, he's their pet." operators will collect flotsom from the sound were comfortably seated, others were busy  "Ma'm vnu rfnn't r.av* to ort hnffv *** dumP * on an area of land,set -owle at ^ ^ background .preparing a delicious  mth me��� Ke sS "I don't make Se WvtoJ Sf %K ^ \t "ffi "T? luncheon of **��** �� **ked potatoes,  S   L!!i L ZL f�� V,��� far Port MeUon, where the debris wdlbe- tossed salad, crusty rolls and dessert of fruit  rules. You-re going to have to turn burned. salad aU ^ accompanied by gallons' of  around and go back though because you       Initially, an open burner will-be used to excellent coffee or tea..      >  can't take your bird over the border." dispose of the debris. But, if the .scheme is       ^g party was opened by Ray Stockwell, *  '    I drove around the-center  ar.ea continued-after the three-month, trials a president of the Lions Club, who advised us''  known as Peace Arch Park until I was large-scale burning unit will be installed. ^ this was the sixth annual picnic the "  on the other side of the road heading       ^ of fhe clean-up will be borne by the yons j^d heid for the seniors of the district. .  north. Of course I now had to deal with logrbooiniiig industry. ,   l ., The writer was attended two of them and can  the Canadian customs officers,y   ,vOT#jj^JSSE iJLSl^'. T        ' onl^sayttatifitherMt^erehaLfasgoodas'J,  "How long have you been in Ihe ^om under the programs ^    .7 &tmTto> Uons have had six parties''  U.S.?" asked the Canadian chap. thp  rflnadian  Farm  and Industrial    C&1^ iol a,blg iT-0* appr0Ial7. > OQt  ��AK/v���t ������� U;-..,*����� ��> t ������{,i1 *�����-�����       The   Canadian, *arm  ana  inausiriai        ^^ to lunch being served, Laon Pat  'About five minutes," I said trying Equipment Institute recommends daily    Murphy and several ladies led the cro^d in,  to appear calm.   , maintenance checks on farm machinery for    group singing. The Lions had thoughtfully  "What did you purchase? " he asked, increased reliability and safety. Refuel only    secured song sheets so that none could plead '  "Nothing, I just drove over with this when the engine is phut off and cool. Open    ^y did notknow thfe words. While lunch was  bird." '. radiator cap slowly1 when engine is hot.    being consumed Emery^Scott kept the sound -  Park over there and open your Check oil levels, tire inflation and hydraulic    system going with appropriate music. After  If you are tired of hunting for your keys at  the .bottom of your purse get a'"Hallmark"  disc/keychain, they're great.���Miss Bee's,-  Sechelt ' .7  SPORT,SHIRTS - long & short sleeves ..��&^ PRICE  PANYSydouble knit ���M |..i...... ^....'l PRICE  , _ "3 ' r   * o If nop     >�����'*������-  1,(7. ,'-',, ' >        cjono* '  / , -    - bags, : , :y2 price  ypermia press V_ PRICE  SPORT JACKETS ..' .......:...t}fc PRICE  '   - ;*"5-7 ���.  CASU At SUMMER JACKETS... '.: % PRICE  SwiM WEAR>.: ........,..��:........,..............'.^p  SOCKS  ; ;.-.....; J..;....!; ^ $i .00  feOXER SHORTS '. >&$1.00  ;TERRy BEACH;COATS, reg. $T 1.95.... SALE $4^99  BOYS FLARED PANTS ., '/2 PRICE  MEN'S FLARED JEANS y2 price  FLOATERXOATS reg. $45.00 ., SALE $39.95  Mfg. shipped white work socks!  PRICEQ TO CLEAR 2 pr./$l .99  FRANK ..DECKER  OPfOMETEIiSt  IS NOW LOCATED  mpENT^-LCLINIC  Above Bank of Montreal,  MONDAYS, except HOLIDAYS  885-9712  GIBSONS, Wed., 886-2248  Cowrie aSl.,Sechdt v3 PImm; 885-9330  . r y     ' . I 1 *      t      -  , ' ai ia *  Terms Cash ���*- No Exchange or Refund  c-Mii  r.*3  Uua-   U,i.'   t*   <*ai)  VV. ^*'A.6  trunk," he said unsmilingly.  "Why did you go to the U.S.?" asked  the official as he? went through my  Jiuggage.  "Just to drop a bird off," I said'  quickly. "But they wouldn't let him over,  without papers and the man I'm  supposed to see won't be there til  Monday and I don't know what I'm  going to do with the bird all weekend."  "I'm afraid that's your problem  madam,", he said closing my trunk. You  may proceed now."  At sight of a little store I decided to  stop and make a phone call to my  relative. The owner was friendly, so I  explained my predicament to him.  MYou can park your bird here for the  weekend," he said kindly.      ;  So, for a three dollar donation, Stupid  ended up alohgside firearms and liquor  that hadn^t made it across the line  either, and I attempted to cross the  border once more but this time without  bird.  1 systems regularly.  lunch, Pat Murphy and His Girls sang many  885-2439  msfflftm  FORD  I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^iSj  Bus: 206-7111  Res: 273-6747  ,.Ul  I. L (Mickey) COE  1    \ t  BROWN BROS. FORD  40th ond West Boulevard (opposite Kcrrisdalo Arena)  41 tt and Granville Street, Vancouver 13, B.C,  LEGAL NOTICES  SKYTTE'S BOOMING  CONTRACTORS LTD.  . NOTICE TO CREDITORS  , (tliat Cxiedlltws and othcra  having claims against Sltyttc's  Dooming Contractors Ltd. 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Because this issue is designed particularly for individual investors, there is a  limit to the number of bonds sold to any  one person.  You are encouraged to make your purchase as soon as possible since this issue is  '��������� The bohds rnay be obtained from any  investment dealer, trust company or bank  in British Columbia.  Xji.n I  \VO|  ) p!,i(\ii  ;'i t \  ill.)  41*  "^_7- ������"*/  K    " \_..**/.lS'".s.W '.,1*.' ^  &<_   ,s?X     .-%    v. -������*, .^���^7   ���  >v/-<  ��   <  C=s_7  _���<�� a ;  .  "v-  Ui. > v.   -r:*.  P  SEA CAVALCADE baby of the year, 18- Cavalcade contest and co-ordinator of Sharon Ball of Lower Road, Roberts  month-old Jason Ball, reluctantly-, baby photo contest. Picture of Jason, Creek, gained young Jason title baby of  'accepts'trophy from Kathy Whiting, submitted by parents Bryant and the year. Mrs. Ball holds keeper trophy.  PenComPump entry in Miss Sea'                                              ' *,���  1 >yV?s ���....;?���..  sr ���'���I,''-.! ���<VaaV���'*|r f  :a**  **. v  Tat *^^_ J.',M,,^  ^a  �� \  a      >    V\  "yt ""* <j|^ 'a.     "   S  ��     ?  &���  f^mr  -_^- ���  'I  ��      >��      ���  PERRY   BRADSHAW,   Miss   Sea    highlight of recent Gibsons festival,    addresses crowd at wharf is MC Norm  Cavalcade 1974, smiles radiantly at her    Providing moral support as new queen   Boyd,  subjects v after crooning ceremony, a  ^ht.;. 7     'it**; JB \;  kxX37. t' ^ ^fljL   -  GIBSONS Bank of Monteal entry in recent Sea Cavalcade>parade gained top honors in commercial .category  .^t174  a f  \ r/f ^ *'��� *!*'*   "J* '."a- /*'  t *4  N     ~y ���"   ������v jr ^ ^"x "������' ^-*"  ���*5 V- ��*'  1 i ii'   H '?P  A.  f  i'i  L7 7,1 7  r��Wi_J,l J  u��-  iip am wvMfiAwnT nf p^nnc ia PnnQr i^wnniQ riiih'n Spa Pflvninndp n�����n�� ��*�� ^ ��i��_i._, hj���* ir��� MARINE MEN'S WEAR manager Cavalcade 1974, after panel of Judges plaque which ho will keep. Runner-up in  JEAN WYNGAERT of Gibsons is Coast Kiwanis^ Clubs ^a Cavalcade pevljn, who sold winning ticket; Ken Rlchwd Maccdo accepts perpetual ^oted his business the best decorate^ the contest was Gibsons Bank of  pictured 'at the helm' of 14-foot K&C   raffle. Boat is complete with 25 HP    Goddard, Kiwanis president; and Maria    tronhv from Perrv Bradshaw. Miss Sea   durhu. Gibsons' festlvnl. Mnofidn hniris   mL1��i.    .  fibreglass runabout sho won in Sunshine   motor and trailer. From left are Dan    Schneider, Miss Gibsons-Kiwanis.  trophy from Perry Bradshaw, Miss Sea   during Gibsons' festival, Macedo holds   Montreal.  ���^v^  \  ,i  Y   ".'   a,  y y>  t��   hU|   tH *''      l*   ,���*��(��\),    4(f Ji   <    i.   *Jlf   |p. KOlIJa   �� (ajl <y<|j^   l|l��-��   a    '  j   a    ��pal       (> t H   i\i   lltl  * I    < it M��  ���a'   -��S>*" ^-^a     ���feSSgr^  ���       '  .j   .J-. .   ��� .��"��.��..��� -��    ����� HurtT3P.',��irwS  ��    ��ar ,,���"; juh,  ,������_,��(   ,"a  M> ^y-*_  '      ,;:    ��� . -as   . ��� y\   .���    "  \ y   '     i * , _  W7(fiV7    Y��o_ - ��� ��� ^  .--7tf s8l  ft.'--J��� t  an��� i_pirtMi|_��M_i>-_iiiihi��jww  MAYOR Frank Noy of Nanaimo added ' provided and driven by Gower Point  POCKET BOOKS  FOR LEISURELY  READING ON THE BEACH  The Odessa File���  FORSYTHE  t  Flvo Smooth Stones ���  FAIRBAIRN  Crusoe of Lonesome Lako  STOWE  . From Here to Eternity  JONES  Michel, Michel  LEWIS  The Blue Knight  WAMBAUGH ,  SNOOPY added to the fun aboard tug   Cnvalcado festivities. Vc.s,scHook title   from Ralph, skippered by Gambler    Rpinsh of color to recent Sea Cavalcade   Road resident Ilichnrd Macedo.  Nanaimo Tilllcurn during recent Sea   Best Decorated Tug. Photo was taken   Island resident Archie Wiggins. festivities in Gibsons, Corvette was This week's radio ...  The Peninsula, Times;        Pago 1-7  Wednesday, August 14, 1974  '--I��� ,��  TV-  rrv  **  \    > 'f  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14        ~ Newfoundland into confederation to  the  Concern 8:03 pm Illiteracy���is it really a    actual achievement in 1949. Produced by  problem and at what levels of education?/ . John Holmes in St. John's.     v  Carol Orr interviews students of all ages and        Anthology 1Q:03 pm By a Frozen River a  professors   and   comes, up   with   some   new shbrt story by Norman Levine.  intriguing answers. Also an excerpt from an  >>.  it  address by Lord Noel Annan, > provost of  University College, London entitled, "What  is a.University for, anyway?" Part III ���  Frontier College, 75th anniversary of this  wierd and wonderful way of teaching people  to realise their full pontential in the outlying  areas of Canada.  The Bush and the Salon' 11:03 pm  Scallywag or Scapegoat recalls the Barr  Colony in Saskatchewan through  reminiscences of surviving settlers. In 1903  Isaac Barr brought some 2,000 settlers from  Britain to "the promised land" which later  became Lloydminster. Script by Muriel  Clements, production Alex Smith.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 15  Themes and Variations 9:03 pm begins a  series on Canadian Orchestras. Hosts Karen  Kieser and Harry Mannis talk with  personalities connected with many of the  country's outstanding orchestras.  Music and Opinion 10:30 pm Moderator  Don Newlands and regular panelist William  Littler are joined this week by guest Barry  SUNDAY, AUGUST 18  Voice of the Pioneer 8:40 am ��� Bill  McNeil continues his talk with 78 year old  Jack Stewart one of tlie original pioneers of  the Ottawa Valley.  ' Sunday Supplement 10:03 am Two former  residents of western Ontario get together for  , an informal discussion about their home  territory and how it shows up in their writing.  Harry Boyle, former CBC radio broadcaster,  presently vice-chairman of the CRTC, and  author of several books about his boyhood on  a farm near- Goderich,' including Mostly in '  Clover and Homebrew and Patches. He talks  with Alice Munro, author of-Lives of Girls  and Women and Something I've been  Meaning to tell you. Ms Munro will b�� writer-  in-residehce at the University of Western  Ontario this fall.  Capital Report - 12:05 pm Analytical  reports from across Canada and around the  world on the week's headlines plus.quotes  from domestic dailies. Host Peter Ward in  Ottawa.  Summer Music from Vancouver Island  9 pm The Courtenay Youth Music Camp  i  \  [fa  i^\ym  1\ j i     . ..'JE   ,  t_i-iLr -     ��i  V  yr.  -���*���   * *   i 'J  v.    i  *��� 7*  &?'  bi.i  ���*' , **     i \\  1 . **��� ^i&&:  :\v-  Tuckwell, french horn player, and Alan   faculty  OrchestraTconducted  by  Simon  Streatfield, Steven Staryk,' violin, Ray Still,  Walker, head of the music department,  McMaster University.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 16  Between Ourselves 8:03 pm Winnipeg  police ��� a look at police work from the  policeman's point of view, including  operation of the patrol car, detective and  morality divisions, featuring the capture of a  criminal by a police dog. Also police work as  viewed by wives and children of policemen  and comment from people on the wrong side  < of the law. Produced by David Hodkinson in  Winnipeg.  China 9:00 pm third of a series produced  by the BBC on the political and social aspect  ��� of Chinese society.  Let' the People Sing 10:30 pm  International choral competition Program 5  ��� Youth class ��� jJrandon University  Chorale, Canada, vs Choir of Hamrahlid  Senior High School, Iceland: mixed voice  class ��� The Plovdiv Chamber Choir,  Bulgaria vs Der Junge Chor Aachen,  Germany.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 \ '  Our   Native   Land   12:10   pm' Metis'  ��- ^celebrations ^highlights of Metispayf74��ar.  threeKlay festival'"held by the Metis of  Manitoba   at   Winnipegosis. .Celebrations  range from fiddling and jigging contests to a  talent competition and bannock making.  Opera by Request 3:03 pm featured opera  ��� Massenet's Manon ��� Beverley Sills,  soprano ��� part 11 comparison of various  recordings of the quartet from Act IV of  Rigoletto. Verdi. More operatic selection on  Music de Chez Nous at 6:50 pm with Mariana  Paunove, mezzo-soprano, Bernard Turgeon,  baritone, and the Orchestra Radio-Canada  conducted by Jacques Beaudry.  CBC Stage 8:03 pm ' "In search of  Confederation" .by Michael Cook,  dramatization of events which took place  over 80 years from the first attempt to bring  oboe, Otto Eiffert, bassoon and Denis Brott,  cello. Mozart, Cahn and Haydn program.  MONDAY, AUGUST 19  Identities 8:30 pm, Gypsies in Canada  have.their own courts, governments,  religion, mythology ��� how is their culture  surviving?  - C.B.C. Playhouse 10:30 pm The Birthdays  by Ellis Bradley ��� three members of a  family try to celebrate their coinciding  birthdays - directed by John Tyrrell in  Windsor.  Ideas 11:03 last program of the Orwell  series looks at modern parallels on the  themes of Kraus and Orwell pursued in the  first part of this century.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 18  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 pm documentary  on the fast disappearing way of life of the  nomadic Bedouins of the Sinai and Negev"  deserts. The program also includes music,  poetry and stories of the Bedouin collected by  Dr. Clinton Bailey.   .        '   _  Dr, Dundolo's Pandemonium 10:30 pm  comedy and satire from Vancouver. e  ,. Wednesday; august.^ ....,    7I'  �� Expos baseball From Atlanta ��� Expos vs  the Braves 4:30 pm. ��� .  FRIDAY, AUGUST 16  The Sinners -10:00 pm Irish drama The  Best Man by Frank O'Connor, adapted by  Brian Armstrong is about Rosalind and Kate  who although they have little in common live  together peaceably and teach in the same  school for many years.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 18  Isabel starring Genevieve Bujold, written  produced and directed by Paul Almond. A  moody chilling study of rural Quebec. Isabel  received wide acclaim throughout North  America and Europe and was Canada's  official entry in the Venice Film Festival.  9:00 pm Channel 2 and 6,  BART DUTEAU, third from left, Cavalcade 1974. Other award winners  'caught' more than fish during recent with their prizes are, left, Marvlverson,  Sea Cavalcade fishing derby. As first hidden weight; Mike Duteau, largest,  place winner in senior category, he' catch by a junior; Gary Gray, hidden  receives; here, voucher for a floater weight,  jacket from Perry Bradshaw, Miss Sea  Take A Drive &.Bring Home  Some Wholesome    a 7  ���     ' W/NE$y::  1' -7*' 7. "; v  . . 1 Grown,Right Here on  the Sunshine Coast.  JtettucG  '&���&*& -  Savvy  v .OlSUeiOlfJSr JWN��#P��48$j?  ||;^^17^%&77, y jyyy  mmmtiii mm  (mimi Bay load  Half Mile Off Highway 101  Sunday, August 18, 1974  - lla.si-  to include:  COWRIE ST., west of Trail Ave.        -7X  ALL OF TRAIL AVE.,        AAERAAAID ST.;  DOLPHIN ST.,     MEDUSA ST.,        HACKETT ST.,  OCEAN AVE., incl. Senior Citizens Home.  To aid construction of new Hydro line to the new arena'.  (3 phase power to arena)  J*lt <*x tn\n*H-*r\  DRAWING winning ticket in Sea  Cavalcade raffle is Perry .Bradshaw,  festival queen for 1974. Holding bowl of  entries Is Diane Quigg, Cavalcade coordinator. First prize of portable tape  recorder was won by Ruby Laing. Edna  Tougas won second prize of painting by  Vivian Chamberlain and thrid prize of  six Cavalcade beer mugs went to Jennie  Hotner. All winners are Gibsons  residents.  complete pharmaceutical   -  services  MADEIRA PAHK 883-2227  Art Leigh  RICHMOND PLYMOUTH  CHRYSLER LTD.  m NO. 3 ROAD  RICHMOND, B.C.  Phone 273-7521  "THE FRIENDLY PEOPLE"  D. L. 5887  in 2 hours!  For full, free Information - No Obligation write:  PHE-FAB CHIMNEYS  17 48 Kingsway Vancouver, B.C.  Phone 872-7802  Om TZaefat'U Sail ^W^  a Saeee44>  We jus. sold our 5,000th HOT DOG!  I-Awrcnce Kelly hands $10 to Daryl Harder of North Vancouver.  Envious customers from left are: Patrick Kern, Joyce Duff, Dennis  Gamble, Joan Jennings, North Vancouver, Alex Duff, Mrs. Dorothy  PodburyrLondonrEngland,nnd Frank Jennings, North Vancouverr  Wo NOW HAVE A MEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located In tho now offices of Trail Bay Design  t��t the traffic light #  Phone 8B5-2713  y,mmm*mm*miimmmMmm*Hm*mi'**n*l*mm  y mtcben  MADEIRA PARK  P.S,\ "%fc mCM- ow fafotmett" Hopkins man charged  ier car hits boy.  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, August 14, 1974  GIBSONS���A 51-year-old Hopkins Landing'  man has been charged with failing to remain  '" at the scene of an accident and driving with a  blood-alcohol level over .08 following an  incident Aug. 8 in which two teenage boys  were hit by a car at Granthams Landing.  Don Parke and Cecil Leachman, both 15,  were walking along the side of the highway  - when a car struck them and' left the scene,  said a Gibsons RCMP spokesman.  '  Both' youths were released from St.  Mary's Hospital after treatment for minor  injuries.  Task force starts  recreational study  Provincial Parks Branch in cooperation  with government resource-oriented agencies  is carrying out a study of the existing and  potential outdoor recreational facilities and  resources of the Squamish-Lillooet region.  A task force has been set up in Victoria to  undertake the study, under the direction of  the long, range planning section of the  - provincial Parks Branch. Head of the task  force is Bill Munn of Victoria, until recently a  , planner with the Alberta Provincial Parks  system, Roy Korpess of Victoria, a graduate  student of the University of Victoria, and  Dougald MacDonald of Vancouver, a  recreational consultant. Preliminary data  ^ and information gathering and compilation  has been completed.  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Just returned from the largest jamboree  ever held in B.C. are 23 local Boy Scouts from  the Sechelt, Wilson Creek and Gibsons  troops. ���  ��� A total of 3,400 scouts from throughout  Canada, the U.S. A. and England attended the  week-long jamboree held at the 300-acre  Camp Barnard near Sooke on Vancouver  Island.  Local scouts attending the giant camp-out  were:  Gibsons troop���Brian Partridge, Billy  Hume, Bruce Jackson, Joel Bellurive, Tim  Montgomery, Brian Hobson, Gary Horsman,  Mike Jackson, Fillippo Rinaldis, Randy  Rottluff, Neil Nielsen, Dennis Hostland,  Dean Jackson, Cullum Robertson, Brent  Rottluff, and Michael Partridge.  Sechelt troop���Steve VanVelzen, Jimmy  Smith, Edward Sigouin, and Jeff Redman.  Wilson Creek troop���Brian Wall, Donald  Dombroski and, Mike Anderson. v  Troop scouter Maxwell Hammersmyth  was in charge of the local boys.  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