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Array )  COMMONWEALTH MICROFIL  204 West'6tb Ave. )  VANCOUVER, B.C.  V5Y IK8  Comp.'  t i iy i   * ��  . Serving thp Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inler), Including Port Mellon^ Hopkins llaridirig, Granthams Land ing, Gibsons/Robeits Creek,  Wilson Creek', Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb./Modelra Park; Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove/ Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol. 11, No. 39 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1974  location still utidecided  Sechelt schoo^ board voted in favor Aug.  15, of constructing^ new junior secondary  school to Serve, the Sechelt area.  ..The boarcl's .buildings and grounds:  , comniittee.had been comparing the relative  feasibility of building a new school near  Sechelt Or rebuilding Elphinstone Secondary  School to .accommodate the full local  secondary school population of  approximately 900 pupils.    ->  In its final recommendation, the  committee felt: "Phase .two of the  Elphinstone fire replacement should proceed  as a junior secondary school at Sechelt  containing a gymnasium; two standard  classrooms, arts room, music room, wood-  ANNOUNCING the lucky winner o_ the  propane barbeque in the early bird draw  in the lottery, for a lot in Seaside Village  are noted sportman Annis Stukis and.  Sechelt Timber Days queen Becky  Goodwin. Winner was Marianne  Bowyer-Smyth of Vancouver. For  selling the lucky ticket, Les Robinson  wins $100 and the ticket goes back into  the barrel for another crack at the lot in  the draw in December. Funds for the  lottery go to benefit the Sunshine Coast  Arena. See more pictures inside.  Conservation and outdoor  recreation course slated  GIBSONS-Gibsons Wildlife Club is  sponsoring a conservation and outdoor  recreation course from Sept. 3 to Sept. 13.  Minimum age for enrolment is 12 years  and at least 12 applicants are required.  Enrolment fee is $10. ,  This course was formerly known as the;  hunter training prograri*.  Applications for enrolment should be  made before Aug. 28 by phoning 886-7703 or  886-2885. 7  Students, teachers, public  DAVIS BAY���Youngsters get one more  - crackat a fishing derby before school starts,  said Charlie Brookman, this community's  ", venerable fisherman: /  "   The derby will,'.fie'held>t Davis Bay  . wharf,. Saturday, Aug. 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 -  p.m. Residential7b'ouhdaries of the derby '  range from Sechelt to Field Road-in Wilson  Creek. _ 0-J    yy -  Youngsters participating in the derby are  requested .tearing- life belts.  7-" This derby/as the -others sponsored by ��  Brookman; vrillInclude a pie-eating contest,  ,ice cream and: _k)p;. Ladies, auxiliary to the -  _ Sechelt Legion will sitpply free hot dogs and  'coffee.;  , ^.     -'J "���-.,   ,  7The Legion branch" will foot the bill for  both the sununer derbies and Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Laidlaw will be in charge of the event  and they will be assisted by Walt Taylor and  Brookman.  "Seeing that no girl has caught a killer  '/whale, we offer a gold clock^to^.any-bpy_.who  *can catch one 'ofvthese monsters;'' Charlie  told The Times.'y1'"      y        ."','.,...".  -Brookman,  a  long-time  resident and  expert angler recently netted a 20-pound ling  cod. Two years ago he Caught a. 25-pound  salmon from the Davis Bay wharf.  electrical shop, metal-power mechanics shop  and library-resource centre."  Total cost of, the 38,580 sq. ft. school is  estimated at between ��� $1,254,000 and  $1,543,0007.7 , . -   7- ,     -  Included in the proposed school will be an  administration area, washrooms, service  areas and corridors.  '  Trustees voted in favor of the buildings  and grounds committee recommendation,  but gave no indication when planning or  construction of the new school might start of  its location.  In other board business, trustees agreed  to request authorization from the  department of education to expand the  gymnasium at Sechelt Elementary School to  full size at an estimated cost, of $70,000..  According to' projected enrolment mis  year; Roberts Creek Elementary School  would. /be " entitled to one additional  kindergarten room and one standard  classroom, 7 the , buildings. and grounds  committeeiSbted. ' -  >��� Trustees' supported   the - committee's  recommendation to spend $80,000 on the.  extension project. .  Supt.' Roland Hanna was requested to  prepare a case for presentation to the.  department of  education  in  support  of  expanding    Pender   Harbour   Secondary  School, although the school is not entitled to  For local schools  additional instruction space under current  department regulations.  ' The committee noted: "It is known that a  department of education committee is  currently writing a report on 'the problems  of the small secondary school' and it is  understood that the report will contain some  references to space problems.  "It is also known that the department is  considering the proposition that to offer  equal educational opportunity to each child  in the province will require unequal  expenditures per student."  The committee recommended that Hanna  should press in his brief for construction of  two additional classrooms at Pender  Harbour school, one an art-music room and  the other a drafting room.  Hanna was also asked to,request:  ���conversion of the present small library  into a seminar room and conversion of a  present classroom into a library.  ' ���addition of some science facilities to one  end of the classroom adjacent to-the present  science storage area.-  , ���provision of a soundproof, folding  partition in that classroom to permit  operation of two small instructional groups  at one time.'  Estimated cost of the upgrading was set at  $100,000.  Two students, two teachers and two  members of the public will be invited to  accompany local school district trustees  Nov. 1 and 2 to a seminar uk Powell River  organized by the south coast branch of the  B.C. School Trustees Association.  Theme of the seminar will be alternatives  in education.  Cost of transportation and  accommodation for the observers will be  borne by the school district.  One student from Elphinstone Secondary  School and one from Pender Harbour  secondary will be invited.  Trustees agreed at their Aug. 15 meeting  to Invite the observers.  In other news, Chairman Agnes Labonte  revealed that building and grounds chairman  Peter Prescesky would meet with Pender  Harbour Community Association Aug. 20 to  discuss claims that the district excavated a  drainage   ditch  on  association  property  beside Madeira Park Elementary School.  The association, wants the district to  culvert and fill the ditch, which is considered  a health hazard.      ���/  Trustees voted to support the next  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club music festival,  which is slated for early in 1975.  George Cooper, secretary of the service  club, will be asked for suggestions on the  type of support most required. Last year, the  school board donated a trophy for the  festival's band section.  The rebuilding of Elphinstone Secondary  School is making headway, noted Prescesky,  although the project "has not progressed too  far, yet.": '/'���������-: "'���������''���:  Masons were presently laying blocks at'  the site, he reported, and the school district  architect would be submitting a weekly  progress report.  nilHIiaillHIHMIIIIIIlnillHIHMIIIIHHHMIIHUIHIUMm  IIIMIMIIMIIIIIIII  ��� '.   a1'  ' ''' 'j^m.        ,   .'7.'7.. '.��'   6  OOSfl  B.C. Day has come and gone and I didn't  wantto be tlie first to suggest it, butwhy do  wo need another holiday in the  summer?.. Victoria, newspaper columnist  James K. Nesbitt refers to tho holiday as  ",pno of the more foolish actions of pur  socialist^ rulers."  Again, I repeat, why do wp need a holiday  in tho middle of summer when half Uio  population Is'on holiday anyway? Look at Uio  ^^Q^th^tolLoyor^tlwt^tbrcc-day^pcrlocl���M.  killed In highway depths, drownings and  oUicr accidents. 7  The first Mondoy In August (slated as  B.C. Day) comes at tho height of Uio tourist  season when highways and ferries, nro  overcrowded nnd putting most of Uio  population of the province on Uio road makes  Uio situation that much worse.,  Nesbitt thinks British Columbiana got too  many holidays and ho Is especially critical of  civil servants who "get moro holidays nt  qirlstmas and Easter than nnyono else but  teachers,"  I don't necessarily agree wlUi Uint but I do  Uilnk thnt August Is a bad tlmo for a  provincial wide holiday. It would bo bettor to  away shaken but not a scratch,  Is Harold going to take up flying again?  "You bet," ho said, "Just as soon as I can get  another airplane."  '���.'..,������ ���    1'   ���   /   ���      ,, i  I knew I shouldn't have started It, It Just  encouraged more of the nonsense.  More book titles only Uils tlmo, not to bo  outdone by son and broUicr, Joan and Elaine  contribute. FUnstanco: How to Put up Your  Own Chutney by Mason Jar; Your, Guide to -  Italian Cookery , by 7 Minnie Ravioli;  Earthquakes and Volcanoes by E. Roslon;  Learn to Control Your Temper by VI Olcnt.  An apology to tho B.C. Tel Is In order.  Whon I reported lost week thnt 300 Roberts  Creek subscribers had Uiclr numbers  changed, I said that they wcro, switched from  Gibsons to Sechelt directories.  That's not true and so, B.C. Tel, I'm sorry  , for Uio inconvenience. Tlio subscribers who  bad tholr numbers changed are still listed In  tho Gibsons section.  B,C, Tel hns a bit of 0 problem but not so  serious to warrant reprinting of tho Sunshine  Const'telephone book. Apparently some of  by PICK  PROCTOR  'Twos good to live when all Uio sod  Without no fence or fuss   7  Belonged in partnership to God,  Tho government and us. '  With skyline bounds from east to west,  And room to go and come,  I liked my fellow man the best  When ho was scattered some.  You probably won't believe tlils,.but SQme  newspapers have bcon known to mukq  mistakes...^  Observer, Quesnel, ,aro several bloopors  from.the Calgary Herald over a.two-week,  period.,' -  Tlio Jiidgo on Uio dais,.wearing robes,  typewriters, tape recorders, clerks and other  people... Thirty odd people Including  Mayor Rod Sykcs...Premler opens elderly  centre ... One layer of ciyil servants piles  upon another until buildings are literally  overflowing and new ones have to bo  built;'.. Children of broken homes, disabled  parents, war casualties and financially  deprived fnmllics nro given n homo nwny  from homo.. .Aid. Kushncr: 'There's only  one taxpayer, you nnd 'mo* . . . Bclanger  told Judge L.A. Justason ho should rcmnln In  prl.ion for Ills own protection... A  "   ~        -   ���     --��� said his  Cap College membership  coasMerd by trustees  Capilano College is prepared to provide  adult education courses in Sechelt School  District for a trial period at no cost, Supt.  Roland Hanna revealed at the board's Aug.  15 meeting. \  Chairman Agnes Labonte noted Uiat the  move would be a pilot project and, after a  year, the district would be expected to join  the collete as a fee-paying member or opt  ��� .out. ' 7 .'.''���'' 7 7   : '.', ' ���    7 7. ,;'. 7  Hanna and Mrs. Labonte were reporting  on a meeting they had attended, along with  secretary treasurer Roy Mills, to investigate  the benefits of, affiliating with Capilano  College. ���    .' '\ 7, ."'.,", ''  "They are really interested in having the  Sechelt district as part of the college," said  Mrs Labonte, "and it will come In time.  "They said they would conduct a pilot!  project to see if they could start courses  ���hero/' ���   ' ' ;  She felt local secondary school students  would benefit from visiting the collete and  finding out, first hand, what programs it  offered.  "I think (tho students) would bo  Interested If Uioy know moro about lt," sho  said. '  Hanna suggested Uiat ttie board should  survey students to find out where Uiey wore  going     for    post-secondary    education.  "Teachers s^  opinions, ho felt.  Mills said that affiliation fees to Uio  college wore based oh Uio assessed values of  Uio member school dlstlcts.  Howo Sound district, which is n* member  of tho college, has a high assessed value but  few students nttend Capilano, ho said.  If Sechelt district opted to Join, "Uicy said  thoy would work out a formula taking Into  account assessed value and the number of  pupils attending," ho said.     ,  Said Mrs. Labonte; "I Uilnk wo should  keep In mind to nsk the college to como In  wlUi ono ��� or two courses If thero Is a  demand."  Sechelt school board has agreed to  allocate funds in next year's budget to  purchase, educational television (etv)  equipment for,local sohools,, -�� ...{.....w. -  Total cost of the equipment is estimated  at $24,000 plus approximately $6,000 for cable  runs and hook-ups. But 50 per cent of the  capital cost will be borne by the department  of education.  Trustees backed   the   ETV   program  Aug.   15   on   the   recommendation   of  , superintendent Roland Hanna and secretary-  Veasurer Roy Mills.  Purchase of the equipment was first  suggested some months ago by district  librarian Allah Crane. ,  Mills told the board that the department  of education's cost-sharing formula aUowed  one color tv receiver for every four  classrooms.  Elphinstone Secondary School would be  eligible for three video tape recorders,  Sechelt elementary two and Pender Harbour  secondary one, he said.  He felt the board should purchase only one  video tape recorder for each of the eligible  schools and supplement them with less  expensive playback units."  The price difference would then be  / applied tqwjards the purchase,of playback  uiiits for the districts's smaller schools, such��  as Egmont elementary, which would not  normally be eligible for video, tape  equipment under the education department  formula.  Mills noted that in his previous school  district, Courtenay, the resource centre was.  tied in with the local cable tv system.  "The schools would tell the resource  centre what they wanted to see and it would  be put over the cable system," he said.  In Courtenay; etv was considered a  "highly regarded aid," he said. .  Trustee Peter Prescesky felt the playback  units would be particularly valuable in small  " schools not served by cablevision. Programs  could be taped at the district resource centre  and distributed to the schools for playback at  a convenient time, he said.  Mills said the board was not obligated to  spend the $24,000 on etv equipment.  "It can be re-aUocated with departmental  approval," he told trustees.  street survey slated  Department of highways will conduct a  survey in September to establish the rlght>of-  way for a major local street In ttie Davis  Bay���Selma Park area, said Adrian Stott,.  regional district planning director. ,.<  . "The survey is being dono now so that|any  further development in tho area can be  provided with adequate road access In the  future," ho told The Times. "Since this right-  of-way is to allow for future, needs, no  construction of the streot will take place untU  nototbe dnyand henor tho p^  province In* cbniory or March because it's a    plnccd ,��� u,0 Glteonfl 8CcUonfl< ^ ,f you    compnny Bviiii Canadian Co, Ltd...,  long time between Christmas���New Year's    '-.--- ...*.*. ��    ���"  (tension to Kostcr. What do yon think?  Harold Estabrook whoso hobby la flying  came close to ruining Ills hobby and Hilling  himself nt tho onmo time.  Harold was taking off from Uio Sechelt  strip ono day last week when the engine quit  nnd the plnne noso-dlvcd Into Uio ground. Tlio  plnno wns demolished but Hnrold walked  can't find the number you're looking for  don't give up, you'U find It sooner or Inter.  B.C. Tel should hnvo listened to mo last  yew and Interested ti)�� numbers. I bate to  say I told you so, but I told you so.  With nil tho populntlon crowding In Hugh  Weatherby w��s reminded of this old poem by  Bndgor  Clnrk,  the  old  cowmnn  which  Talk about'your typos... Tho Smlthcrs  Interior News reprinted nn cdltorlnl from tho  Hnzcy Gazette. Tlio cdltorlnl mny or not havo  been hazy, but that should have read Haney  Gazette.  Congrntulntlons arc In order for tho Pen  Hotel bnll tenm ... they nro representing  North Van in the finals In Port Albcmt this  weekend. Thnt proves Uint wo hnvo n pretty  good brand of bnll hero.  TEeWecither  nppenred In Sun nnd Snddlcs.  MM"MMMM��M<liMMMMMi.MMtMIM��.tMM��MUM��lMM.,.,,.,.M,,,HMMiMI,m  Aug,10     }  Aug.11  Aug.12  'Aug. 13  Aug, 14   Aug.15  Aug. 10 ���  As recorded nt Gibsons,  HI  Low  Prec,  GO  55  00  07,  53  00  63  54  .05  60  52  00  63  56  00  70  62  00  '71  55  00  LoCCSi ipOtB. 1QC0S  hit run charge  SECHELT-WUllnm Docknr, 51, of Hopkins  Landing has bcon charged with failing to stop  nftcr on accldont and offer assistance to an'  injured party In connection wlUi nri Incident  Aug^ 8 In which two teenage boys were struck  by n car at GranUinms Landing,  Ho Is also, charged wlUi driving with a  blood-alcohol level over .00.  Judgo J.S, Johnson remanded Uio case to  Aug. 29 when Docker appeared at provincial  court Aug, 15.  "Hit nnd run la nn extremely serious  charge," ho told Docker In ndvlailng him to  retain n lawyer, "It could monn n Jail  sentenco."  In other court news, a warrant wns Issued  for Uio arrest of Francis Joseph August of  Sechelt, who failed to appear to answer two  counts of breaking an entering and Uicft.  Two counts of breaking an entering nnd  Uicft against Cameron James Billy of Secholt  were remanded to Aug, 29,  Billy Is charged with entering Pnrkcrs  Hnrdwnre nnd Uio Village Cnfo July 17 nnd  stealing merchandise, ���  these needs arise several years from now."  Stott said the bonrd of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District endorses establishment of  the right-of-way for tho street at this Umo as  It will assist In tho orderly development of  the area, This street, ho continued, is in  accordance with tho major street network  plan already adopted by the regionaidlstrlct,  ,    Boforo the survey begins In September  proporty owners along tho route will bo  contacted by tho department of highways,  A map showing Uio route of Uio street Can  .bovexnmlncd.<.by..tiie:.publlQ��inP.tpho..rogionaL.  district office at Davis Bay during office  hours., .7 ���  ������IM��ll>MIIMIIIIIIIMIM��IIMI>l>IIIIIIIMIUII>IMIIII>M<IHI>fV  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  August- 21 ���! to August 27th  at Point Atkinson  Not to bo um4 f��r navigation -~  21  0292  4.1  24  0537  3.1  W.  0055  12.3  Sa,  1255  11.7  0247  5.1  0542  0.0  ',  0055  14.0  1  1055  12.2  22  0347  3.S  25  0637  3.1  Th.  IOOS  12,0  Su,  0220  12.0  0337  6.6  ,  0717  9,6  0935  13.5  ,  1143  11.6  23  0437  3.2  26  0742  3,2  Pr,   1125  .||,7~~   M.-  0333  12,3  0427  0.0  0052  0.7  '  1013  12.9  27     0050   11,1  Tu,    0040,    3.3  0433   12,6  ~~1002'-"'9,4'-  MERCURY OUTDOAnD  SALH ft SERVICB  MERCURYLAND     j  SECHKUT 805.9.426   [ Ay  /  i i  Page A-2 The Peninsula Tlinaa     Wednesday* August 21. 1974  " >��������������� ti     f,wiii *���*  ��������� 'mfc' -^ ���  \/^    ��� '" V". ���  "-"* -  *   *      T       **  VSffS  E - % .'  Li   I.*   4  Ml il _T'* *sri . . . v      ill. *, I  /  Weaving; carving, pottery ...  MAYOR Harold Nelson, left and Gordon subdivision.  Below,  Sechelt  Timber  Dixon, president of the Sunshine Coast Days queen Becky Goodwon reaches  Recreation Association, shake up the way in to pick the winner of the  barrel just prior to the early bird draw barbecue who was Marianne Bowyer-  for the propane barbecue. The lottery 7 Smyth of Vancouver. Major prize will be  prize is a lot in the new Seaside Village drawn in December.  ,' i   . > '  SECHELT���Whitaker House next week will  /feature crafts by many local artists, said  Mrs. Fran Ovens. The show is entitled, In -  praise of Sunshine Cost hands.  Crafts to be featured are crochet hats, tots  sweaters, scarfs and colored vests by Shirley  Apsouris of Sechelt, There is also some  weaving by Mrs. Virginia Atherton.  "Virginia is one of our well known .  weavers here on the coast,"1 said Mrs. Ovens. '  Doris Beaton of Tiilicum Bay is showing  gaily colored hand made bags and Ernie  Burnett.of Roberts Creek is featuring his  carved trays. Tom Hemstalk of Davis Bay  and J.H. Manton of Gower Point Road are  featuring their carved cedar bowls.  "There are many different pieces of  pottery and ceramics done by Pat Gallagher, 7  Jo Gibson, Betty Tucker, Joe Buchanan/  Muriel Parfitt and Nellie Whaites.  "We have batiks by Trudy Small, Belinda  MacLeod arid patch work foam pillows by  Diane Nicholson.  "While browsing," suggested Mrs. Ovens,  "make sure you see the wall hangings  woven by Doreen Gust of Gibsons and a  chilikat blanket woven by Garnet Kaeming.  It's valued at $500.  "We have many more crafts such as  mobiles by Shelly Neufield, material  baticked by Mrs. Boe, candles by Ardis  Crowston, wooden lamps by M. Dallman,  carvings by. George Fawkes and two  beautifully made cribbage tables by T.  Veidman."  Les Peterson's book of poems and  postcards will be on display and Charles  Murray's hastinotes featuring barn scenes  .will be for sale.  in your home ,  3 ptAeicou? bum gashes' n  $9,000 in prizes per game  total  $ Early Bird -Draws,��� $100-���� ea.  1-00  11:30 p.m. FRIDAY, AUG. 23rd. 1974  ON BCTV - your CTV station. r  $1.00 PER CARD '^SSStmSga''' �� CARDS $6.00  Ask your Postmaster  *WSbttyf*Xe  :^.M~Z&~^fei^f��?*$ffip^T^i��^^  School will be open far registration, grouping and  textbook issue ordy at 9:00 cunt, Tuesday,  September 3rd. Elementary students will be  dismissed at 10:30 a.m Elphinstone Secondary will  open at 7:50 a.m. and will be in session for tbejuU  day in accordance with the regular schedule as noted  below.  Wednesday, September 4 - all schools closed for students - No bases.  Thrinday, September 5 - Regular day for all pupils.  Advance registration far elementary pupils enrolling at Gibsons and Seehelt Elementary  can be made as follows:  Sechelt  Elemental?:        Wednesday,   August   28   Thursday,   August 29  . Friday, August 30���9:30 aan. - 3:00 pan.  Gibsons    Elementaiy:  7Wednesday,    August    28,    Thursday,    August    29  Friday, August 30, 9:30 ajn.-3:00 pjn.  Kindergarten students should report to Gibsons Elementaiy School, Roberts Geek  Elementary School or MaddraBaikQemmtaiy School at 10:30 aan. on September 3rd.  IQndergoiten and Gradelpupib most pimrt  Pupils in otter grades must present reports form previous school attended.  Regular instruction will commence en Thursday, September 5th at all schools at 9:00  a.m.���with the exception of the ElpUnstone Secondary School which will commence  instruction ;at 7:50 ajn.  The   published   bus   schedules   are   tentative   and   will   likely   change  once bus loads are established.  lnHiiffie tnmno conaittse Sonnet  A British Columbia committee on humane  trapping has been formed to. make  recommendations to the federal-provincial  humane trapping committee and speed up  developments of humane trapping in this  province.  Members of the new committee include  professional trappers, the Union of B.C.  Indian Chiefs, and B.C. Association of Non-  Status Indians, the Fish and Wildlife Branch,  the Department of Indian Affairs and  Northern Development, the SPCA, and the^  B.C. Association for the Protection of Fur'  Bearing Animals. The new committee  chaired by George Clements, will also serve  as a co-ordinating and'advisory body to  produce joint recommendations for action in  B.C.  The collection and testing of human  trapping devices is already underway so that  firm recommendations can be made and  implemented by the target date of 1978. A  patent advisory service has been established  by the federal-provincial'humane trapping  committee to offer information and advice to  potential humane trap inventors.  ALL STUDENTS NEW TO SCHOOL DISTRICT  NO. 46 (Sechelt) -  "Counsellors will be available for registration on the  fallowing dates between the hours of 9:30 - 12:00 a.m.  and 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. on  Wednesday, August 21st and Thursday, August 22nd  ���and ���' -'y .��� / ��� y" ���. t,- ������',, :       i   " <.���/ 7! ' ���   y\ y .. ;7  Wednesday, August 28th and Thursday, August 29th  If any students who attended Elphinstone Secondary School during 1073  ���1974 wish to discuss their program with the counsellors, they should also  attend on ono of these days."  tJWMMH  mmHiimmmBBfm  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  !  ��  Res Community Plan for Keats Island  A.Public Meeting will be held on Saturday, August 24,  1974 at 7:30 p.m. in the Assembly Hall of the Keats  l&land Baptist Church Camp, to present and discuss  proposals which represent tho basis of a  Community Plan for Keats Island,  Watertaxi .service, to Gibsons will be available   ,1  after the meeting.  All interested persons are welcome.  * i  i  i i , *  '/4, Stott  Planning Director  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY ._  Morning Shift PM Shift  Grades 8,11,12 Gr.9&10  Lawrences-Sechelt-Elphinstone  -a,  Brooks - 7:00        11;40  Mason & Norwest Rd. 7:02        11:42  Luoma 7:04        11:44  Mason & 101 7:05        11:45  Wakefield 7:06        11:46  Lawsons 7:07       .11:47  TrailAcres 7:10,        11:50  Lonnenberg. 7:13        11:53  Mullens 7:14        11:54  Newtons 7:17 ,      11:57  Gordons 7:19   '    11:59  Sechelt Elementary 7:20       12::  Elphinstone School 7:45        12:25  Forestry Corner-Scchelt-Elphinstone  Forestry Corner 7:00       11:40  Nelsons 7:04       11:44  Booming Ground 7:06       11:46  Robilliard 7:09       11:49  S.M.T, Depot 7:12       11:52  ���j*<-  ifBiBWBBBgg  Scchclt-Hnlfmoon Bay-Scchclt  Residence 8:15  Eureka Road 8:23  Conncrs 8:25  Jorgcnsens ' 8:27  Hansons > 8:29  Redrooffs & 101 0:23  West Sechelt Elementary 8:40  Sechelt -Elementary ~tt.���8:'45~  Cemetery Road-Roberts Crcck-SechcU  Elementary  Cemetery Road tu 15  English Rood y 8:10  Lcck Road        7 ,  8:18  Peninsula Hotel 8:19  McLeods Road 0:21  Joo Rood fit 101 8:22  Joo Road & Lower Road     8:23  BayvlewRond 8:25  Mctcalfo Road 8:26  Morning Shift  P.M. Shift  Grades 8,11,12  Gr.  9 & 10  Residential School  7:14  11:54  Selma Park Legion.  7:17  11:57  Baba's  7:27  12:07  Oldershaw Road  .7:32  12:12  Falaron Farm  7:35,  12:15  Elphinstone School  7:42  12:22  Sechelt-Pratt-Elphinstonc  i  S.M.T. Depot  7:03  11:43  Selma Legion  7:08  11:48  Mission Creek  7:13  11:53  Wilson Creek  7:14  11:54  Tyson Road  7:15  11:55  Camp Site ���  7:17  11:57  Lockyer Road  7:18  11:57  Pine Road  7:23  12:03  Elphinstone School  7:28  12:08  Pratt Road (Chaster)  7:33  12:13  Ripper Road  7:34  12:14  Rottluffs  7:35  12:15  Prices  7:38  12:18  Swallow Road  7:39  12:19  Pratt & Gower Point  7:41  12:21  Elphinstone School  7:45  12:25  ELEMENTARY  Roberts Creek Elementary  Tyson Road  Wilson Creek  Mission Pt,. Bridge  Whitaker & Bay Road  Kingdom HOU  Sechelt Elementary  - Porpoise Bay-Scchclt -***-  Roberts Creclc-Scchelt  Forestry Corner  Nelsons  Booming Grounds  Robllllnrds  Secholt Elementary  Glbbs Road  Roberts Creek Park  Lower Road  Roberts Creek Elementary  Selma Pork Legion  Sechelt Elementary  8:30  8:35  8:41  8:42  8:43  8:46  8:50  8:09  8:11  8:13  8:15  8:17  8:32  8:34"  8:36  0:37  0:47  8:50  Nestman Rd.-Sechelt  West Scchelt-Sechelt  Nestman Road 8:20  Residential School 8:23  Sechelt Elementary 8:28  Mills Rood 8:33  Wakefield 8:35  TrailAcres 8:37  :"'Lawson-"**""4'''"'-**"-*^"*^  West Sechelt Elementary 8:43  Brooks 8:45  Sechelt Elementary 8:50  Residential School-Roberts CIc.  Residential School 0:30  Whitaker Rond 8:35  Big Maple 8:40  James 8;45  Lockyer Road    �� 8:40  Roberts Creek School 8:50  il  Morning Shift  . PM,Shift.,  Grades 8,11,12  Gr, i  )&10  Sechelt Depot-Elphinstone-Port Mellon  S.M.T. Depot  6:40  11:20  Nestman Road  6:42  11:22  Davis Bay Road  6:45  11:35  Crow Road  6:50  11:40  Elphinstone School  7:05  11:45  Port Mellon  7:20  12:00  Dog Patch  7:22  12:05  Avalon ,  7:30  12:10  Twin Creeks  7:35  12:15  Forbes Road  7:40  12:2;  Elphinstone School  7:45  12:25  Joe Road-Roberts Creek Store  Elphinstone and Port Mellon  Lv. Pratt Road  6:50  11:30  Joe Road  6:55  11:35  Smiths  7:00  11:40  Roberts Creek Store  7:02  11:42  Hall Road & 101  7:04  11:44  Elphinstone School  7:19  11:59  Forbes Road  7:29  12:09  Hopkins      >   ,  7:31  12:11  Bracewells  7:33  12:13  Soames Point            '  7:35  12:15  Elphinstone School  7:45  12:25  Pratt Rd.-Gibsons Elementary  Pratt & Chaster  Ripper Road  Rottluffs  Prices  Swallow Road  Pratt & Gower  Gibsons Elementary  Port Mcllon-Langdaie  Port Mellon  Dog Patch  Twin Creeks  Langdale Elementary  Hopkins  Bracewell  Soarnes Point  Fceney'Road  Bennetts  Hopkins  Longdate Elementary  8:32  8:33  8:34  8:37  8:38  8:40  8:45  8:12  8:15  8:20  8:25  8:27  8:28  8:29  8:32  8:33  8:40  0:45  Ihw No. I,-  Hidflmmm Jkty EicmoKray stuclcnte  Includes Gaidon Bay nnd Irilncs l^ndlnR, Ijcnvcs B  & J Store 7sM wtv Departure time will he revised on  completion of roiul Improvements.  Ihn No, 2 <���      ���  IRfeniont mcitKtilmy students  .Includes Francis" R*nlnsuln, I_cnve. West fymont  7:45 n.m.  .Oiw No. 3  ��� Pimncfei IVnlimiln Soccmdiuy studfjits  -: Leaves Garden Eiy -at 7:45. Includes Fhind?  Pbnlnsula ouid Madclro Phric, nnd Gnrdcn Bay  students.  if any flirlbcr Informntion is rcqulitxl rcgnnllng tho dlwvc routes, please cull Mark IVtyers ftt 68^2347.'.  \  VI  sss rt -
WINNERS of Sea- Cavalcade golf
tournament display trophies , after
event, played recently over Sunshine
Coast golf course, Men's champion
. Vernon Goodfellow won trophy donated
by village of Gibsons. Ladies'
championship trophy won for second
year in succession by Anna May Taylor
of Seymour Golf Club, was donated by
Trail Bay Sports Unlimited of Sechelt.
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HALFMOON BAY — It wasia glorious day,
with .bright sunshine and a pleasant breeze,
for the 42hd annual regatta of the Redrooffs
Beach andCoiuitry Club held on August 10 at
Campbell's beach, Redrooffs.",
. A real family affair, there were three
generations of some of Ihe families
participating hi the events. At least three of,
these families, the Hunts, the Daltons, the
Simpsons and the family of Mrs. Wendy
McDonald have been associated with,
Redrooffs. for more than 45 years.
Grandfathers and grandmothers took part in
the races while toddlers climbed over logs
and tumbled in and out of the water. The
youngest child present .was three-week old'
Leland Dadson who, with his parents, Steve
and Karen Dadson, - were guests of her
grandfather, Lee Straight. " , 7y
' Winners of,the swimming races were: 3
and Under 1. Michael Sinclair 2: Jamie
Bogardus. 5 and Under 1. Chris McPherson 2.
Jonty Bogardus 3. Alex Jarosinski. 7 and
Under 1. Chris McPherson 2. Camilla Ross 3.
Wendy RoSs. 9 and Under Boys: 1. Lance
Ross 2. Johnny Dalton 3. Edward Ladner.
Girls: 1. Tina Collinson 2. Camilla Ross 3.
Penny Collinson.
11 and Under: 1. Sharon Hunt, Lance Ross
3. Tina Collinson.
-   16 and Under: 1. Jamie Simpson 2. Robbie
Gillis 3. Cathie Simpson.
Men's Open: 1. John Dalton 2. Derek
Rendall 3. Steve Dadson. *
WcdnpBdoy, AuguBt &!, 11974  ,  fho Pewlnftalc *tj&&i
Pag© A-3
Women's Open: 1., Penny Collinson 2.
Sandra Ross. ,   ,'.'-•
7   Underwater7l0 and Under: 1. Robbie
McPherson 2. Lance Ross 3. Johnny Dalton.'
Open Underwater: 1; John Dalton 2 Jamie
Simpson 3 Peter Bogardus. _
- Log rolling provided some hilarious
moments as youngster, fathers, mothers,
grandfathers and grandmothers tried with
varying success, to stay on the log. In the 10
and under class, Johnny Dalton was winner;
with Lance Ross as runner-up. In the
women's open, Lynn Bogardus outstayed
Barbara Gillis and Linda Sinclair.    ,
7   Winner of the men's open was Peter:
Bogardus, who, by defeating his wife in the
' grand finals,  was  declared  log; rolling
The regatta was convened by John Dalton
who was assisted by Peter Bogardus, with,
Sharon Hunt and her bouse guest Monique
Reuiders helping with the presentation of
ribbons:  .
Bus: 266-7111
Reo: 273-6747
L; (Mickey)'
BROWN,BROS. FQlt®,.:    ,   •
40th and West Boulevard (opposite Kerrisdale Arena)
41st and Granville Street, Vancouver 13, B.C.'
The Workmen's , Compensation board
issued 4,051 industrial first aid attendants
with certificates of competency during 1973..
Industrial, first aid attendants must ibe
examined and certified by the Board before
they are allowed to practise first aid in B.C.
Arena News       riKt tilbe
—by Helen Phillips
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Let us hope that everyone who has bought'
tickets   so   far   on   the   arena   lottery
remembered to put them in the barrel
because, by the time this column is read, the
early bird draw, will have been made.
Sorry I forgot to remind everyone last
week but I even forgot to write a column. I
did remember to put my stubs in, though.
The ceiling in the bar is rusted enough
that it is noionger being sprayed. They have
taken the plastic off the walls and setees, so
you can get a good look at the beautiful cedar
and redwood that has been used.
There are four more advertising signs up
in the arena and I must say, Dune has done a
terrific job painting them. They look very
smart and help give a bit more color. There
are other spaces spoken for as well, so
remember, if you want some advertising, get
to Frode Jorgensen now, while there is still
space available.
Look around your- house., If you find
something we can use that you don't, the
donation would be much appreciated.
The official grand opening for the arena
has been set for Oct. 26. But we will be open
long before that so we can get some skating
and curling practise in. Long range plans are
being made now, so once we have more
information on exactly what the plans are, it
will be announced here.
Nothing has, been heard from Victoria
concerning the Western Lotteries yet, so, in
the meantime, keep selling tickets on the lot
that was donated to us.
Power is the word that opens the arena.
Once the power is in the last of the freezer
pipes can go in, the ice machine, and then
after, it is all checked out, ice. Once we have
power, it won't take the electricians long to
finish up,' we will have lights to finish
painting a few last ceiling panels for the
dressing rooms, and it will be light enough to
finish a few more little odd jobs hidden away
in the corners.
Things are looking up because they are
shutting off Sechelt power to do something
connected to the arena on Sunday and
although I won't pretend to know anything at
all about power, lines and hookups, I
presume this means we are progressing.
We will surely be open by September and,
although this is a public facility, don't forget
that people get charged, for using public
facilities too. So buy a debenture now and,
over the years, you will find lt has more than
paid you back in what you will save. Not'to
mention the fact that we still need tho
support of residents of tho Peninsula,      I.
' New shipment of "Buffalo" Nylon tipped
multicoloured pens. Just right for school
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For the first time a team from the
Peninsula has won the North Vancouver
, Pen Hotel came out on top in a six team
double knockout tournament to determine
who would represent North Vancouver in the
provincial softball finals in Port Alberni this
. In the first playoffs, Pen Hotel had 11
runs, 12 hits and 0 errors compared to Paul's
4,5 and 2. Winning pitchers were Alex
Skyttex and Don Elson relieving in the fifth.
Pen scored six times/in the second inning
to put the game out of Paul's reach. Don
Elson came in during the fifth inning after
winner Alex Skyttex gave up back-to-back
home runs.
Pen took Rumar 6-5 in the second game
with die locals taking 13 hits and two errors
compared to Rumar's five hits and one error.
Elson won that game and Freeman
Reynolds came on in the sixth. "
Reynolds was nursing a 4-1 lead jn the top
of the sixth when he ran into trouble. Rumar
scored four runs on three hits and two errors
to take the lead. Elson made his second
appearance in as many games and picked up
the win as Pen scored twice in the bottom of
the sixth on four straight hits. Ken Bland
drove in the winning run. ' '
Taking on Caps in the third game, Pen
suffered its first loss, 5-0. Caps made seven
hits and 0 errors compared to Pen's two
hits.two errors. Winning pitcher was Ford
and loser was Skytte7 ■   - '
Pen suffered its first loss of the
tournament after . running' into the hot"
pitching of Bernie Ford who threw his third
consecutive shutout of the day and held Pen
in check on two hits. Ford had previously
beaten Rumar and'Squamish 1-0 to lead his
team to the finals. The win by Caps forced
another game between Pen and Caps as each
had one loss.
Pen Hotel took the fourth game 3-2 in 12
innings behind the pitching of Freeman
Reynolds who beat Ford. Pen had nine hits
' and two errors compared to the caps four hits
and one error.
Caps and Pen gave,the spectators the
finest game of, the tournament. With the score
tied 2-2 after the third inning Reynolds and
Ford matched goose eggs until the 12th
, In the bottom of the 12th Bob Crosby led
off for Pen with a bunt single. Bob Johnson
tried to sacrifice Crosby to second base but a
bad throw put Crosby on third and Johnson
on second with none out.
Dick Scott lined theiirst pitch to left field
to score Crosby with the winning run. Pen
made three double plays in the game and
picked two runners off base.
The three runs scored by Pen Hotel were
the only runs losing pitcher Bernie Ford gave
up in 33 innings of ball on Sunday.
Pen Hotel has chartered a bus for the trip
to Port Alberni for the finals.
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relocation of S.^.6t.D. offieos
The location of the Administration Offices of the
Sunshine Coast Regional District will be changed from
Whitaker Block, R, R. No. ,1, Davis Bay, B.C., to the
second floor of Mr. Niels Hansen's new concrete block
building on Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C. (near S,M.T.
Bus Depot), with effect from September 3, 1974.
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To facilitate this move the S.C.R.D. offices iri
Davis Bay will be closed after Wednesday, August 28,
1974; at 4:30 p.m. and will reopep in the new Sechelt
premises on Tuesday, September 3, 1974 at 8:30 a.m.
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The official opening ceremony of the new offices
in Sechelt will be held on Monday, September 9, 1974
at 11 a.m. which will be attended by Provincial and
Municipal officials, and other Important local dignitaries.
P|eas© not© the new telephone number-for-7—
pur Sechelt offices effective September 3, 1974.
Phone,885-2261 or 885-2262.
,, .We've outgrown our Cowrie Street homo nnd on September 3, we're moving to
new quarters next to Peninsula Drive-In on the highway ... so move over John
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We'll have a bright new office (formerly iBrinn's Auto Body) to serve the fast-
growing Sunshine Coast nnd, as of September 3, we'll have a new phone number,
too. It's 685-3231; But call us at our old number until we move.
And It's all so we can serve you better.       , 7      <
.This will make move number four in our 10% year history and each move Is
because, like the Sunshine Coast wo mirror, we're growing fast. In two years wc
have doubled our circulation and increased our number of weekly pages.
! BIRTHS  HELP WANTED (Conk)  Page A-4 -���.Peninsula Times,,Wed.. August 21, 1974  AUTOS, TRUCKS, lfie.<  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)    AUTOS; TRUCKS, (Cont.)       Wanted To Rent (confirm  .   GIBSONS AND SECHEB.T  WESTERN DRUGS  , . . ore pleased to epoasor t&b  BtKb ABeaanccsient space, and  mCokSs Best Withes to the happy '  CARD OF THANKS  I WOULD, like to thank al)  the people who'helped me  during my recent, stay in St.-''  Mary's  Hospital,  particularly  Drs. Bur-truck, Mountain and 7  Kline. Thanks also to Mrs. I.  Lee P.N., Mrs. Dorothy Goe-  sen, Mrs.' Carrie Keelan and  George Day., A ;very special,  thanks to Rev. ,David"Brown  and Mrs. Brown, without whose help I would not h&ve made  it, Many, many, thanks.���Cheri  Jay. 1065-39  ANNOUNCEMENTS  TO honor the golden wedding  ' anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.  Harry J. Chaster, their family  is holding an' open house on  Saturday afternoon, August SI  at Trelawney, the Gower Point  home of -their parents. Friends  will be welcome between 2 and  5 p.m. 1085-40  OBITUARY  COTTRELL: Passed away Aug.  7th 1974, Stanley Gibson  Cottrell in has 59th year, beloved husband of Isabella Cottrell of Roberts'Creek. Sur-  rived also by son Stanley Jr.,  ^ daughter. Mrs. Betty Ann Al-  oiinson; brother Stephen, sister  Winnie and grandson Robert.  No funeral service.       1000-41  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  - Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thurs-'  days, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9409;- 885-  2896; 885-2896. In Madeira  Park, meetings Wednesdays at  8:30  p.m.  in the Community  Hall, phone 883-2401.      709-tfn  . t . i  COMMISSION an original ink  drawing,    water    color    of  'your  boat,  cottage or house.  Reasonable rates. Call Andrew  Krumins, 885-2601. 345-tfn  BAHA'IS believe in Universal Education, and the spiritual solution of the economic  problem. Phone 886-2078 and  885-9450. '    893-tfn  HELP WANTED  THE Bank, of Montreal, Sephelt  requires   teller,  preferrably  with experience. Please reply  to Mrs. Shaw at 885-2221.   .  1090-39  FLEETWOOD Logging C o.  Loggers seeking empldy-  meivt please contact'Mr. Walter Bradshaw at 886-9188 between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.  , 943-iMn  YOUNG lady required tio assist  . in dental office. Experience  preferred but training could toe  given. Apply in writing only to  Dr. Webb, Dental Centre, R.R.  ' 2, Gibsons. 1112-39  PART, time teachers required  for Sechelt Retarded Children's Association In the Gibsons and Madeira Park areas.  Qualified applicants please apply in writing giving resume  of qualifications and experience to Mr. Vern Wishlove,  Box 151. Sechelt. 967-30  POSITION Vacancy ��� Senior/  clerk Stenographer (female).  Hours of work 8:30 a.m. to  4:30 pm, Moh.. to Fri. Initial  salary $650 per month, plus  fringe benefits. Candidates ,  with previous experience as a  confidential, secretary-preferred. Apply to: " Secretary -  Treasurer, P.O. Box 800, Se-,  chelt, B.C. or Phone ��� 885-2838  for further information.   '  1123-39.  DEPENDABLE babysitter in  Gibsons area 'to care for  well behaved kindergarten  child on school days (noon to  5) Interested applicants please  , write Mrs. S. Page, General  Delivery Sechelt to .'arrange an  interview. 1066-39  PART TIME waitress required  Experienced preferred. Ap-.  yly in person Sechelt Inn.  . ' . . . '       1070-39  NEWSPAPER WORK ��� The  Peninsula immediately requires bright, self-starting person for advertising sales and  related duties. Full-time salary  position. Good opportunity for  right person. Work will be centred in Sechelt .and area. Must  type, have car. Mr. Proctor,  885-2635. 1097-39  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 butcher,   dress  cr cut  your meat or  game,  your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  PEERLESS Tree Services.  - Benefit from experience.  Tree work guaranteed and insured. Call J. Risbey 885-2109.   330-tfn  GENERAL    handyman.    Carpentry,  painting and    light  ' hauling. Ph, 886-9516. 2285-tfh ',  FURNACE' installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates.  Ph.  886-7111.      36-tfn  BACKHOE   available,   septic  tanks sold and installed. Ph.  886-7671. 1098-tfn  .CARPENTER; will do ^ght  ' framing, sundecks, sidings,  etc. Ph.  885-2683. 1075-41  PETS  WHITE male mini Poodle  would like to contact some-  .one with female, the same for  breeding. Phone 886-2718 after  4.30 p.m.' 1001-40  REGISTERED Samoyed pups,  from CH stock. Can be seen  on ' Peninsula,    Phone    Mrs.  Petersons  9-5 . Powell  River 485-4267. nc-40  STREAKER. 3 mbs. pld person-  ality kitten,  fluffy  Persian  needs good home. Phone Ahne  885-2688. ���      1051-39  TOY and small min. Poodle  puppies.  Reg'd.  and innoc.  Phones 885-9797 1074-44  LIVESTOCK  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone: 885-9654 or 885-2635  Box Numbers ��� 1 50c extra;  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News Town  Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.   ,  '    Established 1963  Member, Audit bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gr6ss Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation   3894  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs U2.w9rds)  _)ne Insertion $1.20  Three" Insertions $2.40  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Readier r advertising 40c  per count lino.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Moro-  oriam. Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after that. Four  Words per line.  ' Birth, Notices, Coming' Events take  regular classified rates. . '>  Subetriptioa Rates:  By Mail:  ,'70 CREW cab Ford; -Ideal'for '  ' family  man > who needs a  truck. $2850 Plione 885-9362.   J  1060-39  '66 'JEEP ,Wagorieer-OHC\enT'  :gine, 6 .cycl.,, 4 pwheel' drive.  Engine recent, bottom end ov-  erhaul. Body poor. Suitable for  TRUCK flat deck, will fit 2-5    bush bashing or .sfhake" cutter  tons $150.' Phone 885-9873.'-,        use.   Best   offer.. Phone  Mr.' -  999-417 Wood 884-5263 after 5 p.m.  ' , 10&-39  ���'67 CHEV'panel truck. % ton.  ���   Good order. $795. Phone 885- -  9816. 7     yy     878-tfn,  '59 V/W 'BUG.1 _ Good' trans-' .  portation '$250 ' firm. Phone  Susan 883-2524 (9:30-5:30)7 "  -,     _���������... 997-41,  Local Area I y  .Outsido Local Area  U.S.A.    Overseas  Extra lines (4 words)  _ (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  -35c  Senior Citizens,  Local Area ���  Single Copies    _$7.00yr.  _$8.00 yr.  .$10.00 yr.  -$lT.0Oyr.  .$6.00  ._15e  "In the event of o 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 ah 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  balqnce of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.'  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted, and put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing,in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part''and in any form-whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will-be subject to recourse in law. '"'"-,  AUTO, trans; Fits 289-302 Ford  motor. Needs 'work,- $35. 885-  2619 eves. ..    .   961-39  ,'-64'2, DEL ��� 1500- Volkswagen  sedan. Good running order.  $250 cash. Phone 886-7146.   ,,  i. .      . 1049-39-  19,72 CELICA ST., 25,000 /mis.,  , 4 spd.,' radial' tires, radial  snow tires. $2650 O.B.O: Phone  885-9509. 1127-39  1964 VOLVO, auto., radio, good'  condition.    Phone    886-9345  mornings. . v        '  1106-39  1969 CHEV Belaire���350 motor,  A-l   condition.   Phone' 886-  7235. - ' "  1107-39  1969 .DODGE-Coronet, 383. cu.  in. barrel, - Hurst 4 spd., tape  deck. $1850. Phone 885-9630. '  ' 1124-39  1969 ACADIAN, 50,000 miles,  auto'., radio, good .condition.  $1200' O.B.O.. Ph.. 885-9509.    .  . ' j '        .'.'.��' 1126-39 .  ���61 VOLKSWAGEN bug.,$300.  Runs welL Phone 885-9039.  -<   , _        1052-39  1968- AMBASSADOR deluxe,  1 white .vinyl top, P.S., P.B.,  radio, cruise command, 4 new  tires, 343 V-8,. 4 barrel, _ low  - mileage. By owner. Phone 886-  7793. .   1113-39  WANTED TO RENT  RESFONSOBLEl couple w<jsr_.  to rent and or caretake a 2  B/R cottage in Gibsons starting Sept. or Oct. or immediately. Contact Bonnie' 886-7288.  7 '  . ,1054-40  3 c B.R, reasonably a mod  home to be available, by tf  10th in Halfmoon Bay-Se  Cove'area. Alsos interestec  purchase of same. Many j.  on .Peninsula. Bob Wiekvi  Box 3040, Smithers, B.C,  -       ;       ', " '817  .WILSON CREEK. New 21  home, partly furnished  eluded   tyy   creek.   Avail  mid Sept. $250. Phone 885-S  y ���>   104  v p        -p  WORKING couple need '  tage or house, Sechelt'*  Reliable adults. Ph.'885-29!  v ' '     112  COUP1LE would like 2 bedr  unfurnished   home  to  Sept. 1. Contact Dan Shepj  886-2428 after 5 p.m.     107  USE TIMES ADBRIEF  SALAL  pickers.   Top  prices.  Buyer   for   Western   Evergreens.  Phone   Marg  Donley,  883-2403. . 080-ttfn  AVON  1 have open territories in Gibsons, Sechelt ��� and Granthams,  One can be'ypujrs. As an Avon  Representative you'll earn  good money, choose your own  hours. Sound Interesting? Call,  886-2103 or 339-2617- collect.  DIHHMifn  HAIRDRESSER required. Full  or part time. Somo experience  necesqary,   Phono   085-  2810: or Write Box 031 Secholt.  ; , ,       1050--W  (! i^^J^*a*itfew/| ri iSaUfS��, It  REALTY AND INSURANGE  Multiple LUtlnflt Sorvlca  Box 238, Glbeons, B.C.  GIBSONS,��� 2 bodroom homo on larao lot, 70x210' with largo  roc. room, auto, oil hoot, full price $32,500 with half down,  . '|tii...�����-.I.III..Ill���.���Ml.!!!, i���..���Lin-inn '  ROBERTS CREEK-��� 7Ya ocros, partially cloarod, wotor from  adlolnlno crook, somo timber, well-built cabin. $37,300 with  half clown.  .1.7  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 2 bodroom homo with full basomont ond  roc, k.v,h.   Nlco vlow from llvlna room, woll-kcpt garden, Full  prlce-H'a'OOO; adjolnlna lot o|so ovalloblo,-  WILSON CREEK ��� Larao 3 bedroom homo on secluded property,  with good vlow. Largo llvlna room with flreplaco; full-slued dining room, largo sundeck ond many outbuildings, Good buy at  $67,500,  LISTINGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver R����l E��taM Board  RON McSAVANEY. Monoflor  886-2248  '        Evonlna*! 085-333?  LIVESTOCK (Continued)  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ger is coming to Coast. Contact ' Sunshine Farm 885-3450.  994-tfn  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunnpngham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-ttn  LEGHORN   laying   hens.   $2  each.'Phone 886-9831.  1 1067-39  GOATS for sale,  9893.  Phone 886-  1071-39  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)  DOUBLE WIDES,   _:  Delivered and set up on your1  property, guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve  wides. For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member  of the Western  Mo-  ^ bile Home Assoc.  MOTORCYCLES  M.D.L. 25012  8917-tfn~  '73  YAMAHA,  360cc Enduro.  Low mileage. Excellent condition. Phone 886-7035.    ,  ^_, 624-tftT'  ,'71, TRifUMPH.   Needs minor  repairs. $400. Phone 885-9981.  1062  TRAILERS  1973 SCAMPER, 20 feet, fully  self contained, tandem chassis. Like new. $3850. Ph. 885-  2308. , .1081-39  13   FT.   travel  trailer,  stove,  sink, ice box, sleeps 4. Like  new pcondition. Phone 886-7235.  1108-39  MOBILE HOMES  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt, Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed, Hay nnd  other feeds by order,   258-tir  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  AH Buckerfiold Feeds  '.pl<.77<< Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  MAXICROP  Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer  Wo nro on Pratt Road, 1 mllo  south from Highway  PHONE  000-7627 '  9501-tfn  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  12x62 3 bedroom Statesman.  Reverse isle, bay window. Living room, master bedroom and  hall carpeted. $13,000.  Used trailer, 10x50 Great  Lakes, 2 bedroom, large bright  living room, air , conditioned,  propane furnace, very good  condition throughout.  All models Include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and dryers, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. All taxes included, no hidden charges. No  extras to buy 8086-tfn  LIKE new 12x06 Paramount 3  bedroom, porch all skirted,  sc;t up in trailer ��� court. Will  sell Jurnlshed or unfurnished.  Phone 885-9875, 1083-41  AYERS   Mobile  Home   Park,  we have trailer space available. Phone 885-2375.  9968-tfn  BROADMARE* 12.x60 2 bedroom, sliding glass doors,  bright spacious kitchen with  built in double ovens, 17 culb.  double door fridge, built in  buffet, raised front\L/R Colonial decor and furnishings.  Full price $9500. Phone 883-  9191. : 1125-41  BOATS & ENGINES  16 FT. Fibre-Form with 65 HP  Johnson plus trailer. $2200.  Phone 886-2503. , 1017-38  14 FT. boat used only 2 mons.,  ��� wide beam, incl. 35 HP  motor, trailer with, winch controls plus gas tank. $600 firm.'  Phone 883-9048. ,1045-38  12 FOOT fibreglass, brand new  paint, 25 hp Evinrude, newly  ��� rebuilt with pew 'controls for  $975. 883-9617, Roger Clement.  ,��� '       748-tf  m     "*       '       '     ' ',     '-"- ��� ���������       mm.,m. - -,_     __- .[    I-       Ml      ._,  32 FT. double-ender Sea licence, live aboard may be viewed  at  Halfmoon  Bay  $8,000.  ONO.   (112)738-9588      1063-41  1 '     "   ' '              .   -.i i. - ii     ii. ,  HOUSE boat, excellent condition, $10,000 firm. Ph.  885-  2355. 1116-30  17 FT,   Hurston inboard-out-  board,   130 Volvo, sounder,  now canvas, swim grid. Phono  885-9591. 1119-41  ' 20 FT. .Spencer 110-10. If yoi^,  understand Volvos this may  bo your buy, $2500. Ph!  885-  3490, 1122-41  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE!  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  INVESTMENT ��� 3 cabins'on ono lot. Only 50 paces from nlco  ,,��� pooch,,Current .Income* $200, por.month.,A goodbuyot, $36,000  FP. somo tibrms,  MODERN HOME ��� 2 bodroom, full bosomont homo on loaso lot,  In-law suite; excollont vlow. Just $32,500 with term*,  ONE ACRE ��� of view property wllh excellent houso - 2 bedrooms on main flobr-2 extra In'basomont for quests (or kids),  fully sorvlced-Asklng  $33,900,00,  (M.HI.II.I..I iim-hwii' .-i'i.  ACREAGE ���- 22 acres power and water available, some lake  frontOQ*. Full price $60,000.  WATERFRONT^���About 100-foot frontage In Dargaln day,  opprox. 1/13 acre lot. Level top, o<\ rood, powor and water. F.P.  $29,500,  HOMESITE ���i 17*4 acres with pood cabin, creek and Waterfall.  Some good soil, Woodod lot ond heqv|ly troed area; on water and  power. A good buy at $45,000.  TWO LOTS ���i slda-by-sldo, largo/lovol and sunny. Doth have  wator ond power. Cjoso to gov't dock. Asking  $10,500 and  .,.���$1,1,000-respectively..���-��������"������������-�� ..w-.���...--.-......-....-....--...--!.-..-���... ���,-,,..-,��.��.  WATERFRONT ���- 2 (possibly A) bedroom home yitiU dock ond  flno moorage In Madoira Pork, A qualtly property for $76,900,  PANA0ODE ���- Lovely retirement (or weekend) cottago with  mognlflccnt view of Harbour, Port basement with extra bedroom.  Just $34,900 full price.  John Breen  803-9970  PHONE 803:2794  Archie Brayton  883-9926  Jock Hermon  083-2745  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE:    PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  ,. ,  7   ,       -Member of Multiple Listing Service ��  7  ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK, REVENUE'BLDG.  AND APPROX. 350 FT., WATERFRONT  'Approx. 3% acres with approx. 300' frontage on Highway 101,  one mile south of Madeira Park. Two-storey revenue building, 10  trailer spaces ready (could possibly be increased to 22 spaces).  Serviced with water and hydro. Nice beach and beautiful view of  Gulf. Foreshore lease.' Lots of possibilities for development ���  $185,000. ^  FISHERMAN'S COTTAGE - AAADEIRA PARK u  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.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two adjoining lots, each with approx. 64' waterfront. Close to  school, post office, store and gov't,wharf. $15,000 and $18,000.  ,' EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's three* bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased out),  Standard Marine station, bait sales, floats, launching" ramp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper spdee, room for expansion.  $250,000. ��� .  WATERFRONT HOME��� EGMONT  Very large 4 BR hdme,7 opprox. 244' waterfront on 3 separate  lots. Float. Excellent for o group purchase. $105,000.  LARGE CORNER LOT  Approx.  1 % acres of view property with  111' frontage on Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road, two older houses  oh 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,  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  ' Level acreage with over 600' road frontageKapprox. 400' black-  , top), 208' deep. Possible 7 lot subdivision. 2 BR Ponabode home,  full basement. $70,000. Open to offers. Phone Jack Noble, res.  883-2701.  KENT ROAD - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Approx. 1 acre, nicely treed and secluded. 35x10' one BR mobile  home, hooked up to water and hydro. Immediate posession.  for' fisherman. $35,000.  Ideal  , WATERFRONT - GUNBOAT BAY  Approx. 170' waterfront, sheltered moorage, on approx. 4 acres  land on highway 101 close to Madeira Park. $57,000.  HARBOUR MOTORS  Shell service 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.   '  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 cova with dock. $23,000.  ACREAGE - SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 1,400 ft. of choice low bonk waterfront on approx.  35 treed acres, creek through property. Sheltered bay, southerly  exposure, numerous building sites, public road to boundary of  property. An excellent opportunity for a group to obtain choice  hard-to-find  Sakinaw Lake' property.  $170,000.  WATERFRONT HOME - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level lot with deep, sheltered moorage. Covered float anchored  by piling, Home has 3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall shag throughout,  fireplace, double carport, basement. All appliances and drapes  Included. Situated near Canoe Pass on Gllden Road. This type of  homo on waterfront rarely on market. Priced ,at $83,000.  VIEW HOME - GARDEN BAY  ���  3 BR home, brick fireplace, sundock, carport, full basement, On  a level comer, leased lot -. fully landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000^  7   7/y,_yY/7y.7.'   LOTS  1. SINCLAIR BAY ROAD V 2 lots with vlow of Pender Harbour, ,  $9700 and $14,400.  2. NARROWS ROAD, cleared view lots near Madeira Pork,     ,  $9,000 and $11,000.  3. GARDEN BAY ESTATES, serviced lots, somo with view. $6,900  to $12,500.   7  A, MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and  $10,000.  5. NARROWS ROAD . approx % acre level (arid, excellent"vlaw,  $29,500,  '   ; 7    7    :���  6. MADEIRA PARK. - 2 lots suitable for mobllo home. $7,500  and $22,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - lot that Is veiy close to school,  stores, gov't wharf and post offlco, $9,500,  BrMADEir^A'pARKrT  9, GARDEN BAY*- sorvlcod view lot on'Garden Day Rood In Gar-  don Bay, Driveway In and lovol building site cleared, $11,000.  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  Good 3 BR cottage, cedar construction, built 1965, running wator,  fireplace, propane range, fridge and lights, log float. On approx.  4 M�� acres of leased land with about 300 feet gently sloping lake-  front. Choice location In Turtle "Bay. 20,000,'  RUBY LAKE - SANDY BEACH  60' lakefront lot with sandy beach, trees. Water access only.  $25,000.  'SAKINAW LAKE  Approx,  500' low bank lakefront on about 7V& 'acres, nicely  treed. $50,000.  .  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Approx. 3 acres, 250' cholco watorfront In Madoira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop bldg, with repair facilities, display and sales room,  offlco, stockroom. Owner's 2 DR home, 7 motel units, facilities  for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foreshore, lease, Large up to date stock  of boats/ motors, parts, marine hardware 'Evinrude sales and  t   service. $250,000, plus cash for stock.  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS 8, EQUIPMENT  Operating In tho Pender Haroour area with two ready-mix trucks,  1 dump truck, 1 loader, gravel crushing and screening plant,  gravol lease, $118,000.  ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  1, Approx. 20 acres of fairly lovel'land with approx. 10 acres  ���^���cleaMd.-.$35,000,7w��^���.-^^�����-.--~.----^.- ���,..-,��-.-,. ,��,....-  FISHING CHARTER BUSINESS  Chinook Charters Ltd. at Madoira Park. 3 flbergloss boats, 37',  28', 14'; all completely equipped. Present owner willing to operate  business for purchaser for balance of this season. $121,000,  FRANC|S pgN|NSULA  Approx, 37 acres, partially developed with approx, 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000,  1 7ISL\ND77;''7'';',';^;;'7'-'"'V,'7'f"';;  D.L. 3315 ��� approx. 6 acre treed Island situated bosido Kelly  Island In Blind Bay off Nelson Island, Excellent buy for $37,000,  HIDDEN BASIN r NELSONj ISLAND'  Approx, 1700' sheltered deep waterfront, low bank shorollno,  several beaches and bays on approx, 11.3 acros'of beautifully  treed proporty with small creok, Furnlsbod ana BR cottago,  furn'shed guest cottage: workshop, woodshed, woll and pump"  house, four boats, troll bike, garden tractor, numerous tools  ,,,,,��w7��p��fld,<^  .'';7.7^'\;'(':.,.WATERFR0NT7/^(;''V77.  Approx, 4,000' watorfront on opprd^. 25 acros trood property,  Several beaches, small Island, good sheltered covo, Only a short  distance by boot from Earl Covo or Egmont. $100,000, ,  HALFMOON BAY  LARGE ACREAGE - $ 1,000. PER ACRE  D,L, 2392, opprox. 160 acres, situated approx,  1*4 miles above  Hwy. 101 noar Halfmoon Bay), r\cco�� by old logging road, Trails,  A. roads throughout the property, nicely treed useable |and. Outslda  land freexo area - possible subdivision site, $160,000.   ,  SECHELT INLET RD. - NEAR SANDY HOOK RD,  ,6.68.wooded acres with7��JUthem/dope aHposuro,76ood,timber,.,.���  359 ft. blacktop road frontago,  $28,000,  Phono Jack Noblo,  res. 003-2701.  ACREAGE - LOTS F & G, Blk, A, D.L, 903  Two od|olnlng 9 ocro blocks, approx, 2,000' from Hwy* 101.  Nicely treed, gentle slope, southern exposure. $45,000 each,  JACK NOBLE  Res. 083-2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Res. 883-2233  -^ ���  DAN WILEY  Res. 883-9149 FOR RENT  FOR,RENT (Continued) FOR RENT (Continued) REAL ESTATE  CENTRAL  "Gibsons,    former  school  board  offices  above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366/    '  746-tfn'  i  FURNISHED   4. BR, - 2 < bath.,1  WF home,.Sechelt, $350 mth.'  Sept.- 1st to-June 30th: Phone" j  885-9248.     > ,  954:tfn  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  1 BEDROOM Waterfront suite  permanent occupancy' only,  caretaking .duties as rent. Ph.  883-9055.     ' tf  SPACE for camper or self contained, trailer in exchange for  careitaking. W/F property at  Egmont. Retired or pensioner  preferred. Phone 883-2770.  1078-39.  ,2,ROOMS;and kitchenette on  Selma Park waterfront 'Suit- a  ; able   for   1 - mature person.  Available'Sept 1st ,$75:Phone  885-2908.    y   . ��� 749-41  WORKING/gent  29+ . wants';  ���to share 2 B/R lower duplex .  Davos Bay. with, same. NON,  smoker only.- Phone .885-2383'  even. 1056-39  2 BEDROOM,home, semi furnished. $240 'month include .  ���heat and'light. Refs7required. '  Available' Oct.\lst. - Sorry no  large dogs. Phone 885-3481.  \ 1121-39  HALFMOON Bayi furnished  waterfront cottage, $130, lease  till June 15. Responsible adults.  Ref. please: Phone (112) 433-  3010. 1095-40  FULLY  modern  furnished  1  room suite. Private entrance.  Phone 885-3354. -   1061-39  HALL for Tent. Wilson Creek  ' Community " Hall. * "Contact  ,'Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  ~  ��� ,    --      3246-tfn  DELUXE  2 'bedroom . duplex  suite, "w/w carpet,  drapes,  "fridge, stove. No pets, $175. Ph.  886-2940. ���      .1114-39  WILSON Creek��� Waterfroirt,  fully furnished, 2 bedroom.  Available Sept., 1st, $225. Ph.  Bob Kent 885-2235.       1120-39  MODERN ' office  space, 'Gibsons.*1'Carpeted, .elec.  heat,  ground floor. Phone 985-6903.  ;���        p;' 1076-39  COTTAGE, Gower Point Road,  4 small bedrooms. Sept. 1st  to June 30th. $190 month. Ph.  886-7256. ��� ' 1082-39  WILL caretake house or cottage in lieu of rent. Good  references' - Phone. 886-7235..  *'     1109-39  CLEARED   view   ltftf, Davis  Bay?   $12,000   cash.. Phone  112-980-94077  981-40  SUNNY Arizona. -For sale -by  ���  a owner, -2 commercial and ��� 1  residential Jpt7 Reply. Box 953,  c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  .Sechelt. '���",    ��� '        (~    953-39  ROBERTS CREEK   ,  , Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe, and Bay view Rds.  Lots serviced, with water and,  paved roads.. Easy beach acc-  , ess. Ideal summer cottage' or  residential site. Sign on:.  CALL OWNER 886-7316  or write ,Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.    8875-tfn  TUWANEK���For sale by own-  , er, lovely view lot, 1000  yards' from beach. Write Box  1 952, c-o Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt. 952-39  MULTIPLE LISTING  SSlVtCE  BOX 769, S1CHELT, B.C  STATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  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. Excel-,  lent buy at $12,250. Dave Roberts for details.  1.14 acres, virgin forest. Fully serviced, easy access to good  beach. Many secluded home sites. FP $20,2$0. Call Stan Anderson.  2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33 ft. each on Toredo St. in the Village of Sechelt, zoned commercial. Ready to go. Serviced. Approx. 200 feet deep. Full price  $15,000 each. Call Stan Anderson/  SMALL ACREAGE  1.81 acres with "creek. Some view and close to beach. Full price  $18,000. Call Stan Anderson.  100'x250' lot with view and beach access, heavily treed, private.  Driveway in and fully serviced. FP $15,500. Call Stan Anderson.  WATERFRONT  1.3 acre waterfront estate type property. 160' of gravel beach,  large trees. Level to building site from beach. Vry secluded. FP  $65,000. Call Stan Anderson.  2 LARGE LOTS"  1% acres each. Lots of valuable timber. Fully serviced and close  to beach. Very secluded area. Lots are 158x330', each. Full price  $10,500 each: Call Stan Anderson. 7.  HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL - WEST SECHELT -  Cottage in need of some care, 2 bedrooms, on a large lot near  schools and beach, only $13,500. Call Suzanne or Len Van  ,   . Egmond.  Average 13,000 sq. ft?; TreW;' poved' ibdrf."Walking*'distance to  public beach access. Southwest slope. 2oned 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.  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  New 1152 sq. ft. full basement home. Rich carpeting throughout.  Double plumbing, large deck. 'Double glazing, oil heat, many  other extras. Walk to schools etc. F.P. $47,500: Call Ed Baker.  Drive by Ocean Ave. and watch for signs.  3 BEDROOM - NEW  $32,500  Wa will completely set up a 3 bedroom 1008 sq. ft, modular  home on this vlllago lot and you can 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 Secholt.  Quality built by owner. Fully landscaped and woll kept for  privacy and seclusion, .Priyato beach' with good access. Home  would convert easily to duplex as basoment is above ground and  fully finished. For appointment to vlow call Davo Roberts.  Level  lot,  plcoly treed; Handy location In West Sechelt. Near  school, trailers .permitted,  R2 zoned. F,P. $8,900.00, Call Len  or Suzanno Van Egmond,  ,..  TREED R-2 LOT ,...,.���  This lot Is fully serviced with gentle south slope, 65' by approx.  200'. Partially cleared, Easy accoss from ^or-West Bay Road, F,P.  $9,600. Call Stan Anderson,     <  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Large treed properties, approx, % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed, Paved roads, close to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot, Priced  < from $7,050, Call Stan Anderson,      ,  80' BLUFF. WAWRONT  2 BR.mobile home plus 26' family room, Patio, sundock, oarage  and workshop, Garden, lot with outstanding view of Gulf and  Vancouver Island. All In new condition., Stove and frldgo Includ-  SARGENTS BAY WATERFRQNT,.'���  The perfect retreat! Tall evergreens and arbutus trees ensure  privacy, 120' of pebble boach lies botwoon you and unobstructed  vlow clear to Vancouver Island. A bonus In some of tho bost  fishing oh the Sunshine Coast, Full price $22,500, Call Doug  .p,ri , Joyce,  ONE ACRE VIEW  View of 'Sargoo'ht Bay, over I acre, Good building site, Full price  $18,'500, Call Ed Baker. r  YACHTSMAN'S RETREAT - SECRET COVE  040' deep water mobrago, approx. 0 acres, Idoal for croup or  commorclal development, $150,000; good terms and good lntor��  est rate, Suzanne or Lon Van Egmond,  1 ,  ��� a  17 VIEW ACRES  Mlddlopolnt location, 100 percent privacy, Roads throughout tha  property. Subdivision potential and pomr make this acroaga a  .,,,. oood.buy,, R,P.���$39,000,.Call,Stan or,Jack Anderson, ,,.,.,  21 ACRES '  Approximately 1 mile hlohway front, Treed/Zoned 5 acre holdings, F, P. $52,000, Call Stan or Jack Anderson,  HALFMOON BAY  WATERFRONT LOTS AND VIEW LOTS  at Sunshine Bay Estates.  Fully  serviced,  good  beach,   privacy,  arbutus trees. Sunny exposure. Priced from $12,000. Full information from Len or Suzanne Van Egmond. ���  SECHELT INLET  TUWANEK i  50'xl20'   serviced   lot,  easy  walking  distance  to   Marina   and  swimming. Lot is treed. Call Doug Joyce. v  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.  ^ :��� DAVIS BAY AND AREA -  WILSON CREEK.  Excellent view lots available from $7,950 and up.  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 selling 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.  70x122' cleared view lot in Davis Boy. Trees have been left on  the lot between road and building site. One block to public beach.  Full price $12,500. Call Stan Anderson. '  V.L.A. VIEW LOT  71x260' lot. Good view, serviced,area. Treed. Full price $15,500.  Call Stan 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.  SELMA PARK  Large home plus roomy cottage, 5 bedrooms, full basement. On  three Dominion Lease lots. Good beach, boat launch ond moorage  across the street. Also 1 bedroom cottage with large living and  kitchen area. Full asking price $29,500. Call for appointment to  view. Dave Roberts.  DAVIS BAY - VIEW  Laurel Road, Immaculate 3 bedroom home, like new. Living room  with fireplace, full basement, rec. room has fireplace, extra basement. Could make attractive suite. Double garage, sundeck, priced  in the 50's. Call Ed Baker. 885-2641.  COMMERCIAL BLOCK  Located on two lots by the waterfront in Davis Boy. 2 stores. 2-  suites, could bo 4 suites. Presently regional district office.   100  percent occupancy at present. A revenue producer. F.P. $150,000  with terms. Call Stan Anderson, ,  PANORAMIC VIEW  overlooking Strait of Georgia and Trail Islands. These large lots  arc serviced and ready to build on. all now homos In aroa. Priced  ",,,'    at only $1^,900, Call Len or Suzanno Wan Egmond.  SELMA PARK --% ACRE VIEW LOT  It's becoming hardor to find a good sized lot, close to Sechelt,  treed and easy to develop, This Is |tl $20,000, Somo torms. Call  Doug Joyce.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT  Excollont 2 bedroom homo on good beach, Gordon aroa. half  basement with bedroom and bath, Easy accoss to water. No maintenance on   this   Immaculato   homo,   FP   $53,800,' Call   Stan  'Anderson.  7,...7.���;��� .       ACREAGE  Approx. 5 acres, 290' highway frontago. Naturally troed, gontlo  south slopo, FP $25,900, Call Stan Anderson,  4.6 ACRE HODDY FARM  With view, Nlco gothlc arch homo at tho end of Crowe Road In  Roberts Creek. Only $32,300. Soo Len Von Egmond, 885-9683.  -*  GIBSONS  .  ,, 7 ���..     GIBSONS  .  Two cleared "lots-In'G|bsons,*Onswer,J Close* to' boat1 launching  ramp, Paved roads fronf and back, Zonod Comprehensive dev��-  , lopmont. Full price $24,000, Call Doug Joyco,  BETTER THAN NEW  |ust outside Gibsons, 12x55' mobile homo on 95x157' lot* Tall  evergreens, lawn and garden aro lho sotting for this, beautifully  maintained homo, Financing la no problem as our oyvnor will  carry. Full price $25,000, Call Doug Joyce,     .  2 OR 3 BEDROOM COTTAGE-WATERFRONT  No ��� boach access problom ��� hero, Esplanade waterfront In select  aroa of Sunshine Coast. Level to nafo boach, Comfortable older  typo summer homo, FPvof $31,500 Includes most of tho furnishings, Small assumablo agreement af 0 percent available, Call  Davo  Roberts. ,  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT D<3oR TO OUR  OFFICE. THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES IN TWO  HALVES . . , COMPLETELY FINISHED INCLUDING  PLUMBING, ROOFING. CARPETS, CABINETS, ETC. A  SALESMAN WILL-DE HAPPY TO ^HOW YOU fHROUGH.*  $20,00 PER SQ. FT. INCLUDES DELIVERY TO YOUR  LOT WITHIN 4 OR 5 WEEKS,  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE'.   ..u|-'!N"?t" '"  Dave Roberts Len or Suionno Van Egmond ,  Ed Baker  Eves, Phono 885-2973  Evm, Phon* 885-9683   Eves, Phono 885-2641  Ston Anderson  Evos. Phono 0B5-23B5  VANCOUVER DIRECT"LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  , Doug Joyce  Eves. Ph, 085-2761  REAL ESTATE (Con'fr)  j.jTWO:bedroom cottage on %  l7acre lot, 90 "ft. frontage ;on,  Mason ' Road. Garden' area,  fridge and'stove, all new carpets and- freshly painted,\ full  plumbing. Cash to"mort.- Ph.-  885-24517    .- 1031-38  When You Consider,  Building ...      "  Why not try the Westwood  Home Building Systems. Plans  available' for complete home  packages. Modular homes ��� and'  custom planning. Most economical way to build' under  present day conditions. Call . .  COE ENTERPRISES LTD. x  . 883-2671 or, 883-2451   '  8914-tfn  WATERFRONT-West Porpoise'  Bay. Lot C. Phone 885-9349  -or write Box 215/Sechelt.           767-tfn ���  BY OWNER  ,   5 Secluded ^Acres  on Boyle Rd., turn from North  Rd.   onto   Chamberlain   Rd.,  then left onto Bridgeman Rd.  arid thence to Boyle Rd. Zoned  R.R. 2, Power at corner.  $25,000  cash  Phone   (112)   522-9286  8993-38  BY BUILDElR. 3 B/R home  1100 sq. ft.' Good view on  Field Rd. Cameo Lands, Wilson Creek. House has W/W  Carpet,7double glass windows  elec.' heat, very well insulated, 2 fireplaces roughed in  plumbing in basement, 7'x9'  concrete^ root cellar, 37x13  recreation room in unfurnished basement . House is now  under construction. Will t*e  completed mid Sept. Full Price  $42,500. Mort. money can be  arranged. Phone 886-2344, 885-  2525 even. 975-40  WEST Sechelt���1485 sq. ft. 3  bedroom home on large fully  . landscaped, serviced, corner  lot. W-W throughout, large living room and dining room with  sliding glass'doors in each. Ensuite' plumbing, breakfast nook  in kitchen, up and down fireplaces, unfinished rumpus nn.,  stove, side by side fridge incL  Larjge patio 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.  1077-39  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  240 acre \ra1j9h , near Gilbert  . Plains Manitoba. Good' 'big  garm^ area.' Will tracle for  -liveable home on the Peninsula. For'full particulars write'  Box 990 c/o Peninsula Times,'  Box' 310 Sechelt.   ,        990-44  ������������7 ;       ;     n :  *- '   TIRED OF THE  DAMPNESS?: ,  160 Acres in South Cariboo-  Near Horsefly,- B.C. Excellent  hunting.'and fishing.  Approx.  "40 - acres   natural ��� meadow.  1 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  GIBSONS ��� Over l.acre'oom-  meccial property, School Rd.  and Coast Highway. Ph. owner  886-7009. 1079-tfn  .       : SELMA PARK  PANORAMIC VIEW  Only commercial bldg. in area.  3   B/R   living  quarters   with  - sundeck, below store. Potential  in-law   suite   above.   129   ft.  blacktop frontage on highway.  , Easy   access   to   good   beach  ' with safe moorage. Store equipped for grocery and butcher  shop. Equipment optionaL Call  885-2532 for further, information.       - 7   8928-39  LARGE cleared view lot. W.  Porpoise  Bay.  Hydro,  water.  $14,500 Phone 886-2448.  , 1068-41  Peninsula Times, Wed./ August 21; 1974 ���-'Page A-5  REAL ESTATE (Con'M  LARGE ' view- .lot, ' Madeira  Park  subdivision.   Alf ser-"  vices,5'$10,950. Phone 883T2663  or  (112) - 298-1786.    '    1087-41  GOWER POINT ��� By owner.  Nicely, treed view lot, building" "site cleared. Approx; r%  acre. 94x219 ft. Close to beach.  Regional water at "property,  $13500; Ph. 886-9249.     1091-41  VOUR'AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  WATERFRONT: G0*^ Point' 2 waterfront view lots.  100x200'  each $22,000,  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Davis Road, Real cozy 3 bedroom home,  utility room, carport, on good-sized lot. Only 1 block from shop-  ping centre, theatre, schools etc. and only 3 years old. It's yours  for $39,500. ,  LANGDALE CHINES: Several lots, some with view, various sizes,  prices from $8,500 to $13,500. Underground wiring.  ABBS ROAD: 66x140' view lot, All services. Very good area for  new homes. $16,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: 1W aero view lot, Seaview Estates. This lot  has unobstructed view on Ravine Edge, will require imagination  to develop. Only $10f000, ,       y,  ����LM^ fARK: '00x135' lot easy terms on $9,500. With  $3,000 down. -  BUILD NG SPECIAL: View .lot on Seaview with older house, This  houso has two suites, Only, $23,000. Good torms, with '$10,500  down.  12 ACRES OF JREED LAND WITH TWO CREEKS: Upper Roberts  Creek, this property has two, cabins and developed accoss rood,  One of tho finest pieces of recreational, land in tho area, Only  $52,500, ,������,"   v p.' ��� ������;. '��� , ���      '  GIBSONS RURAL: 5 acres of'IOYcly land, partly cleared, In grass  and garden, Good water supply, real nice 2 bedroom homo with  supcleck, and largocorport, Socluded yet closo to village. $46,500,  SELMA PARK: It Is idca|tb ret|ro in th|s now lovoly 2 bedroom  homo with flroplaco. carport and workshop, Roal lovoly garden and  - concrete drlvawoy, Vory well decoratod and Immaculate. $29,000  cash'or torms, Dominion Loaso Land, ������   '  IROBERTS CREEK: Mobile homo lot wllh crook, for tho low prlco'  of $7,200,  LOCKYER ROAD; 5 acros of poacoful wllaornoss, stream running through, nice property. Electricity avallablo,  P.P. 25,000,  HOPKINS LANDING: Panabodo with 3 or 4 bedrooms, Vlow property, closo accoss to beach, $40,000. ���'�����.'',������  ���7���;���; .���__���,   y        ������'   -'"'y 7  20 ACRES ON MASON ROAD: Wost of Socholt, mostly cleared,  wator, good cabin, $63,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Corner lot. selectively cleared, $10,500,  . .: "- 1 n : <���  PRATT-ROAD; Split lovol 3 bedroom homo on. lovol ocro, Mostly  cleared and In lawn and garden, Vary woll built Wllh laroo rooms,  flroplaco, driveway and carport, workshod, Good valuo at $49,500.  WEST OP SECHELT. 19.8 acros, mostly cloared, wall In with  pump. Spring on property, Small,cabin finished to lock-up stage,  Good fixtures, anq on cflncroto slab, On Mason Road, $63,000,  VIEW LOT: Gibsons Vlllago, Hillcrost Road roady to build on,  underground services, yours now for $13,800,  PARK ROAD: fho future onfranca to Gibsons Vlllago, across from  th�� park 5 acres, flat land, close to topping, schools etc. In the  Vlllago, Inquire about this ono,  GRANTHAM'S LANDING: Your chance to purchase this houso  on view lot, has upper otxi lower tulle*, a!40 collage at th�� rear,  rent out tho two and keep ono for yoursolf, Full prlco $35,000.  LISTINGS     W ANT E D  K, A troth, BB6-2098 J, Vim. 886-2531  M*ta Mwwy B86-7436 Don Sutherland 085-9362  LOST  BY OWNER  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Well constructed, spacious 3  Bdrm. home.' W-W carpeting,  attractive stone F/P, ensuite  plumbing. Kitchen has-eating  area and large storagewall. 8x  "30 ft. sun deck with view of  Salmon Rock and Gulf. Downstairs area - Rec. room with  finished F/P and roughed-in  bath rm., also potential 4th  bdrm. Covered carport and  patio. Fleet, forced air heat.  Mtge. available.  $56,000.  Phone 886-7810 or 886-7715  "    8929-39  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  LADY'S   signet, ring.   Senti-  7 mental value. Reward offer-  ed..7Contact' Ll J Hudson! Box  982. Sechelt.  v    ,.        1055-39  IN Sechelt-^black and brown  ���    Puppy with big ears. Phonev  885-9305: -    ,     *   1117-39'  THE fislj are biting but I have  ' no'tackle. Will the so-and-so  "who - broke intol my boat at  Propoise Bay please return my  ,gear so I can get'my. share of  salmon? Drop the tackle at The  Times office, no questions ask-  ���ed. Reward.      ~ 1110-39  AH Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone- 886-2000  or  886-9121   ,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Beautifully treed ac, 125* frontage.  Black top road. $14,500.00.  Older 3 room cottage on view  ac. All services. Good road  each end of property. $31,500.  terms.  A family home to, be proud of-  Spacious 4 bedroom home on  attractively developed lot in  desirable . location. Spacious  living room and dining room,  large modern kitchen, vanity  -bath, Rec. room, work shop in  basement area. A-oilheal Asking only $44,500.00.  Howe Sound; waterfront lot. No  Hydro yet but piped water.  Asking $13��500.00 on terms.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  Norm Peterson 886-2607  ' MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607    .  8927-39  FORESTED    view    lot,    125x  188.. Selma Park. $24,000 or  will 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  VIEW LOT  -   BY OWNER  Garden Bay Estates  Pender Harbour  Large lot, beach access, in exclusive subdivision overlooking Pender Harbour. Covered  ���in fir, dogwood and arbutus  trees. All services, 261' front on '  blacktop road. To view, see  lot No. 62, Garden Bay Estates,  ��� $18,000. ���  Smith: 274-2881  8930-41 .  BUILDING view lot, No.13,  64x117 ft. on Field Rd. Cameo Lands, Wilson Creek. F.P.  $9,900. Phone 886-2344, 88S-  2525 even. 974-40  NEW 3 bedroom home, 1200  sq. ft. in Sechelt, W-W, fireplace, paved driveway, closed1  in garage, full' basement. FJP.  $47,500.  Phone  885-2912.  1111-41  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. 926-3250  ,   8909-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  7   FAMILY SHOE STORE  Ina good location jn  Sechelt.  '    PHONE 885^5  7 ,       ���-.[ 7        8999140  FOUND  } -'    !���'���������������������������-Ml '��� 11   p.,    ai| ���mil , in.   1,   II II. ill..1������!���-���������������������f-i,.H  GlRnrotto case, Launderette  Sechelt, Phono 800-7000, Ask  for Stovon,   ' 750-41  WANTED TO BUY  LIGHT weight utility trailer,  must have good tires. Phone  885-2502, after 6. 1023-40  SMALL house trailer approx.  10 ft. by 40 ft. Phone 886-  2457. 1057-39  FOR SALE  TOP SOIL��� Mack's Nprsery.  Ph. 886-2684 or 886-7096.    �� -   387-tfn  TOPPER FLOAT  The New Wharf or Boathouse  Floatation  Replace sunken logs with proper floatation under your present boathouse or dock. Also  suitable for 'tie-up buoys.  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors)  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  8903-tfn  WALKIN'S Products, ��� Mrs.  Wyn Thiessen. Ph. 885-2779n  1012-40'  LUMBER for sale. Direct from  mill. Low prices. Phone 885-  3450. 955-tfn  CERAMIC WINDCHIMES  DRIFTWOOD BIRDS  ' From my seaside home  Beach Ave.���See Sign  B. TUCKER���885-9280  9573-40  1 CCM Elite 5 spd. bike, $65; 1  Eliminator Mark 3, 3 spd.  girls, $55; 1 Eliminator Mark 3,  3 spd. boys, $55. All near new.  Phone, 885-9882 after 5.   936-39  MOBILE Steam- cleaner. $600  plus 100 ft. of hose. Phone  885-9715 even. 979-00  FURNITURE SALE  Log Cabin - Wilson Creek  Phon^ 885-2952  -2 ix*'.' chesterfield ste.: .$35  Baby crib and mattress 1_,$18  Leatherette platform  rocker ."  $35  SOLID OAK TABLES '  Invisible bird, cage and  stand  ;.  $8  Good chest of drawers $22  Dresser, round mirror J $45  Many. More Itemh to Choose  From  ���      8932-39  ALDER  -  4 ft.x8 ft.  cut to  length, $25 delivered. Sechelt  area. Phone 885-2325.    995-tfn  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 bow and arrow  set. Phone 886-7479.       998-41  %  K3  BOARD,   $2.95  sheet,  A. C. Rentals and Building  Supplies, Madeira Park. Phone  883-2585, 1072-41  (Closslflod conjt. on noxt page)  1   ACRE  PARTLY CLEARED  Beautiful building site, evergreens, 190 ft, road frontage, area serviced by water,  offers to $13,000 (note: ty  acre lots In this area aro  priced at $12,000), North  of corner of Mason &, Norwest Bay Rd., largo sigh oh.  MRS, NIELSON, '530-2885,  ���       ABACUS REALTY, ���  534-4727, collect,  .REAUYIID.  6550 E, HA5TINGS STREET, BURNABY     ' ;,  80 FT, OF SANDY BEACH Is your reward for walklnn a few foot  to this nlcoly 'romodollod 2 bedroom, half basomont homo with  auto, oil heat. Good moorago and lovoly view of, Howo Sound,  Only $39,500 full prlco,  400 FT. WATERFRONTAGE - $22,900. You will have to park  your car and walk approx. 1000 ft,' to reach this panoramic vlow  4/MQth aero, Yoar-round'doop water protected moorago, Domestic  yyater avail,, approved for septic and building'permit,  " ��� ���'     1 .      ,  MOBILE HOME & ACREAGE - Approx. 5 |ovo| acros In a secluded  port of rtlral Glbtoni with 6 year old 2 bedroom mobllo homo along  with hook-up for a 2nd unit, Realistically prlcod at only $32,500,  TREED VIEW LOT - $2,500 DOWN. Nicely trcod so that you con-  selectively clear to enjoy tho magnificent vlow of ihe Socholt Inlto  >ut still malnta|n your privacy, , ',    .  WEST SECHELT - Build on tho front of this serviced 4 aero parcel  and en|oy tho vlow of Trail Islands while you hold tho balance for  future subdivision, Asking $30,000,  GIBSONS ViCi^E-*Mvol)ythislovefly 1 .^^Jdlrnrnaculatoly  kept 3 bedroom homo, Located on a 50*266' view lor on Hlllcrot  Ave. This has to ba ono tho "Boat Buys" In tho area at only  $35,900 full prlco,  G, KNOWLES ��� 291-28B1 ��� 805-2662 I   f  Page A-6       7 Thai Panlnaulc Times     Wednesday, August 21, 1974 ,   Acqident prevention  FOR SALE (Continued)  '24  INCH Moffat  gas  range,  spotless, $65. Phone 886-2521.  ,     1084-39  OLD  style   desk   Remington  typewriter, $25. Phone 885-  9789. -1088-39  15% FT. boat, LB. 2 cycl motor /  $325. .Hoover washing machine, $75. Ph. 886-2967.   1089-39  ' GRETSOH "set, of- drums with,,  Ludwig snare and "Zildjian  symbol, $300. Phone. 886-7808.  ~  \   ��� ;.      1086-39  LARGE black Indian painting,  lighted custom frame, $125.  Ayers Trailer Park space'15,  Sechelt. .1094-39  RETIRED VB.C. couple want  1 or 2 B/R house or apt.  Reasonable. Perm. Phone (112)  524-0604 or write Box 996 c/o  Peninsula Times Box 310 Seen- ,  elt. - ,-  996-41  . TA1FPAN Guerney elec. range,.  ���    30 inch 6ven, $100. Ph. 885- -  2065. 1037-38  EATON'S  SteCHELTCUSTOTVEERS:  WE DELIVER TWICE A  WEEK IN YOUR AREA  IN STOCK ITEMS  Viking 18 cu.it. 3 door Fridge-  Freezer  $579.99 ~ '  13 cu. ft. 2-door. from $329.99  15 cu. ft. 2-door from $409.99  Viking" Ranges from $309.99  Spin-Washer $249.99  Matching Dryer $209.99  Vanity Sink Red 10% $111.56  10  Speed  Blender  $41.98  20 Portable T.V. $199.95  Electric CKain Saw $89.95  Dishwasher $47.99  4 Tires G70-14  Belted wide oval $113.76 '  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  GIBSONS  PHONE: 886-7515  8933-39  R. C. A. VICTOR T.V. B/W.  $60. Excellent coridition.Fh.  886-9920. , 1050-39  22   GAL.   galvanized   water .  . tank, stand and 115 volt immersion heater $35. Phone 886-  7509. > 1064-39  21"    PHILIPS   console   T.V.  Good wording condition $20.  Phone 886-7726. 1059-39  RADIAL arm Black and Decker .brand new $225 including  stand! and extension table. Ph.  883-9048. '     ->���'��� 1038-39  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ' 886-2827  "Serpico"  with Al Pacino  Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.  August 21, 22, 23, 24  RESTRICTED  Warning: course language and  swearing throughout ��� R, W.  McDonald, B.C. Director.  Show starts at 8 p.m,  , Double "Carry On" Bill  ���    Sun., Mon., Tues.  August 25, 26, 27  GENERAL  Another Funfest With the ���  Carry on Gang  8926-39  LIVING " room drapes, green,  $50; firewood, $20 cord undelivered. Mimeograph, best  ofifer; hand lawnmower, $5, Ph.  885-2592. , 1093-30  4 FT x 8 ft. x 2 ft, Plywood  floats - 12 only from $25 to  $60 each. Some flbreglas'scd.'  Phono (112) 988-3900 or Grantham's Store. 1116-39  ORGAN LOWREY - Jupiter aa  now. Complete with in3truc-  . tlorw, tape and music, $1100  firm. Ph, 085-9409.        1118-41  LEGAL NOTICES  ' (3KYTTE*S BOOMING  CONTRACTORS LTD.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  ilhnt Creditors nnd others  having claims against Skytto's  Booming Contractors Ltd. ARE  H1E11EBY required to send  them to tho Company ot IGlh  Floor, 400 Granville Street,,  Vancouver, British Columbia,,  V0C 1V1 boforo tho 3rd day  '     of September, 1074 after which  date the property of tho Com-  p-    pnny will bo distributed among  ,   the Members Recording to thejr  '   rights nnd Interests having ra-  gnrd  only 'to tho claims of  which tho Company then has  notice,  Kenneth Skytto  I     n004-pub, August 14,'21 20 and  ..,���,,,Scptcmbcr���.4,.J974.���.,,���.,...,.p,.,.,,,,,.,.,  STAY ALIVE  WITH  RED CROSS  WATER SAFETY  LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.)  -.      SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  SUPPLEMENTARY LETTERS  PATENT  DATED  .  AUGUST 1st, 1974    '   .  GRANTING THE FUNCTION   -  OF EMERGENCY .  PROGRAMMES TO,THE  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL'DISTRICT  'CANADA  .   PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  ELIZABETH the SECOND, toy  the Grace of God, of the  .United Kingdom, Canada  and Her other Realms- and  Territories, Queen, Head of -  the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith,  To all to whom .these presents  shall come -  GREETING  James Lorimer  Minister of        ' ���  Municipal   Affairs  WHEREAS, pursuant to the  provisions of section 766 of the  Municipal -Act, the .Sunshine  Coast- Regional "District was  incorporated by Letters Patent  issued on the fourth day of, ���  January, 1967:  AND WHEREAS pursuant to  section 766 of the Municipal  , Act it is provided, inter alia,  ' that is addition ito the functions  conferred by that Act, a regional district has such function's as are provided1 by Letters Patent or supplementary  Letters Patent and for this, purpose the Ijeutenant-Goveriior  in Council may, on .the recbm-1  mendation of the Minister, pro-"  vide in the Letters PatenjUor  supplementary Letters Patent  such further objects, powers,  obligations, duties, 'limitations"  and conditions in respect' to  any or all functions requested  pursuant thereto.  AND WHEREAS the JEtegion-  al Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District has requested  that a further function be granted to the regional district:'  AND WHEREAS the conditions, and reqidrements-of section 766 of the Municipal Act  have been duly c'omplie<Lwitih: -  NOW KNOW YE THAT WE  do order and proclaim that on,  < from and after the date hereof,  the following be added to the  objects, powers obligations,  duties and conditions of- the  Sunshine Coast Regional District.  DIVISION VII -  EMERGENCY  PROGRAMME  1. The Sunshine Coast Regional District is hereby em- ���  powered   to   plan,   organize,   '  establish and operate salvage,  precautionary, relief and safety  >    measures,   'schemes,   controls,  facilities and services of any  kind or nature whatsoever ifor  the public welfare for meeting, ���  preventing, reducing,'compen-  ��� sating, relieving and . overcoming 'the effects of enemy  action or civil or natural disaster or emergency of any kind  or nature whatsoever .Within  the member municipalities of  Electoral Areas 'A', ��B', 'C, *E'  and T, ,  2. The annual net cost .attributable to this function shall  'be apportioned among the  member municipalities on Hhe  basis of the current assessed  values of land and improvements taxable for school purposes ' excluding those properties taxable for school purposes  only by special Act.  3. The annual net cost shall  be determined by the final  budget appropriation requirements but shall Jn no oaso exceed the product of one tenth  ��� (1/10) of one mill on the assessed' values referred to in  sulbscctlon (1) of section 7��2  of the Municipal Act.  t  4. No other debt than temporary current 'borrowing shall'  bo incurred by tho regional  ' district for' tho purpose of this  function.  B, Until tho annual budget  for tho year 1974 is adopted,  tho mimn ot money, which may  bo borrowed to'meet'tho current lawful expenditures of the  regional district for-the purpose of thla function shall bo  determined by tho Inspector'of  7   Municipalities,  AND THAT the Letters of  the Sunshine Const Regional  District bo deemed to be  amended accordingly,  In testimony .whcrqof, We  ., have, caused these Our Lottera  to bo made Patent and the  drcat Seal of Our snld Province to be hereunto flpfaxed,  WITNESS, the' Honourable  Walter 3. Owen, Q.C., LL.D,,  "Lloiitehaht-Governor7 of Our  said Province of British Col- >.  umbla, in Our City of Victoria,  In Our said Province, this 1st i  day of August in iho year of  our ��� Lord. one ���,t housan d. n Ino  hundred and seventy four, and  ,  in' tho twenty-third year of Out  Reign. j  By Command,  , Ernest Hall,  Provtnclf.1 Secretary  00.11.pub, August 21, 1074,  industry has changed in the last few years.  Today women are securing employment in  areas which were orice 'considered the  exclusive domain of the male, worker. It is -  now not uncommon to see Women working  beside men in a factory or a logging camp..  According  to  the   1973  Workmen's  Compensation Board's annual report 11 per '  cent of the time-loss claims reported were  from female workers who had accidents'  during the year.  ,   The question arises���if women do the  same type of work and under the same ���  conditions as their male .counterpart���do  they, need any Special safety regulations?    >  Director of WCB Accident Prevention  Department J.D. Paton says, "The same .  WCB safety regulations apply to men apply  equally to women. Exposure to hazards is  one area in which there can be no question of  inequality. Accidents happen to men and  women and when in .similar situations they  both have an equal chance of being hurt."  Verna Ledger, safety director for I.W.A.  Local 1���357, feels that women workers do  not want special safety status. She says, "It's  a personal thing with a women just as it is  with a man.. Sex has nothing to do with it.  Largely I think it's a matter of safety  education, plus a good understanding of the  regulations and the -hazards that exist.  Women in industry are becoming more  concerned' and involved with accident  prevention. Ledger says, "At our plant two of  in l the six members on our safety committee are  women. We are involved in all kindd of safety  activities, including frequent; tours aroiind  the plant looking for work hazards or sloppy  practices. It takes involvement: and  cooperation by Everyone to prevent  accidents." .    -  SEPTEMBER   1 -r OCTOBER  To   attend   the   World   Championship  Wk% HAiRSTYLISIG  '���    VIENNA, AUSTRIA   7  in  With renewed interest these days in the  older values of yesteryear, a display entitled  Nostalgic Music Machines is certain to be a  popular feature of the 1974 Pacific National  Exhibition Aug. 17���Sept. 2.  . As the name might imply, Nostalgic  Music Machines is a unique collection of  antique mechanical machines ranging from ������  the small music boxes to the massive  Orchestrion.      ���  The collection was assembled by Doyle H. ,'  Lane of the Player Piano Centre & Museum  of Vancouver. Lane has, for the past 10  years, searched the world over for such  machines, and has restored them to their  original working order.  The largest automatic music machine in  the  collection  is  the  recently  restored ���.  Orchestrion.  It is literally a self-playing .orchestra,.,.  , containing a variety of instruments such as a ,>n.-  xylophone/driirris, cymbaLS, _>i��no and'all of  341 organ pipes. ''-'."  This particular Orchestrion was once  owned by Mr. Packard of automaking fame,\ ,  and is valued at $25,000-plus..  The rarest of the machines could wejl be (  the mechanical banjo built by the Automatic  Banjo. Co. of New Jersey. Only a handful of ;  these instruments have survived to this day. <  The player violin has a rich history. It was ,  used during  Prohibition  in  a  Montana   ,  speakeasy. A nickelodeon entertained ,.  passengers on the S.S. Lady Alexandra as ,  she plied her trade up and down the coast of  B.C.  Other components' of Nostalgic Music  Machines are the large Polyphone (a disc ,���  music box). Player pianos, whistling birds, ;  and a Player reed organ.  Nostalgic Music Machines is located in .  . centre court of the Modern Living Building,  and will be open to the public from 10:30 a.m.  to 10; 30 p.m. all 17 days of the fair.  Some people go to school in order  to pursue a career, gain a degree or  get ahead in their chosen vocation.  Others go to school just for the  fun of it. ���  They're the people you'll find at  high schools and Community  Colleges throughout British Columbia  ��� writing, painting, learning  languages, exploring, discussing,  advancing and, simply, enjoying life  to the.fullest;  You could be one-of them. You  could turn those spare hours into  fascinating new interests.  All it takes is the investment of a  little time and almost no money.  And you'll probably be amazed at  how much fun you get in return.  ���TEX /.  a    - j  ���TEBOR K3f  flatly  .'jM*fc    ^rrr-T'-."-:.-_r��������������������,-"-     -   i  mi**.;. I ---. % 'A-t* t:> "^i^-a.-a-to-^rVtoi*^   ����<_<>  V    '    i'  m l|'V*K> ;t  M ,160 Fl Q*, Fl^^i&^^B? *  %,-,,-.   ���.' ��  .g@aa��a3K\  ���^  f Vy  Choose from hundreds of custom colors In Breeze,  Monamel and General Paint best quality finishes.  Point with tho boat... Snvo your tlmo end monoyl   '  LATEX INTERIOR FIAT  Applied no dlroctpd: ono  coat covers most colore*  QUART $2.99  INT, ENAMElp UNDERQOAT  INT. PRIMER SEALER       '  LATEX EGGSHELL  SEMI GLOSS LATEX  LATEX EXTERIOR FLAT  .5-  GAL.  QUART $3.29  ALKYD SEMI GLOSS . ALKYD  EGGSHELL ���VELVETALKYD  FLAT ��� HOUSE &TRINlfrUNT  EXTERIOR PRIMERS * PORCH  aFLOOR ,  GAL.  QUART $3.59  ACCENT COLORS 6UQHTLY MIQHEB PRICED  Also: Full Lin��  of Wall Coverings  FOR ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS I  Phone: 886-2642 ��� 8^6-7833 *, u'  tMSMSmy^  CBC Radio this ve*k  ��� ��� ���  ��� ,,    i'-: yy ���-1 ;  r'tA-S.     ���-.'   w.   ^.P       ..     aJ  k '    "p ,v  ' -7',' v4  J   >t  , v        v '      '     M     ��  '   P   7   '   ���    i ��� *-' "        "        "--    '  7*i.v 7'. x. tf>i'T& v* 7V7, V^i^-^Li^'uL.'_��j"  77  SSSw^ ^; r'^ani'iw ibiiep..s^'BBnflMBi ^M Task, ba __3'-vr .tfwrap w@ v'/raSr--W j#*l, /is  w^AM-' j: -/f    __   __   __ ____________________________ _ __  .'. yti,' a -.  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21    y_       ,      , -    ...  Concern 8:03; pm.. Technocracy nnd the  Future. An examination of an alternative ,  system of government where scientists run  government, instead of politicians.  One- lUchard a story by Ctok Blaise Oi  T^echnocratthinks we have three years left to also poetry by Eaxle'Birriey read by the poet  j get rid of our present price system before it and,a monthly'review *---*��"�����-"���  gets rid'bf ns. Another group of scientists 7. 7 ^,' p  _; '7y  fromthelnstitutefortheFutureinPaloAlta, SUNDAY AUGUST  '��� Calif, give us a glimpse of where we are Sunday Magazine 9  Wednegdoy, August 21, 1974   7 The PennisuloTWmeo ( -yfroga A-7  iiiiuiMiimimniiiiMMiMNiiimiiNiMiinniiinUMHiR  ���'  ' yy;:tix&,mr$yjy'   "*��� ?  cmd&oSftshqp  f Wborf Rood -Scsfcotl - 805-9066 1  ?''.17 7"J.,:V>i��-^:'^7?>-'- -7  l|  Holl^si&p^^ coreia .qe��J  wrapplnso.   jj  ���.. Pfea. ;iE.��ftsli. china * cups ' end; oaaeerB..   s,  isaMqaO; itoRss, local "ortbts poleting*    3-  illllllUUIUIMIMllUUIIIUIIIIUUMIIMfUlllllilNlilUMIitUI  ' 1 "> |\    mm. MM^MlMk IMM^ M    M"p��M    B^h HMtt"    I fill I     M   M Mk *   Mi M^ MM *Mr' l a" ^   J  - ^SaV,a___sB^ H'DSh Bvm&   . h n ��a nn __��i_0_____,.ei i h m&    ,i ��a' nt m _ek        .  PBNDERrHARBOUR ARBAi  a j,  going7 7  and detailed look at the i  Travels ^with Aunt Jane 10:30 pm.���Aunt * the week.  ] Jane visits Vancouver���scriptby Eric Nicol.   " Sunday w .Supplement  The Bosh and the Salon il :03 pm. Shepherd Thomson: A profile in .Sound by  with an Axe by Gordon Sellar, dramatized by Hynan. Now 77, the American author,  George Salverson.Sellar describes his friend critic, essayist, conductor, concert ^uuuoi.,    g  "Archie Craig who came from Scotland in 1825   , organist and teacher talks about his life and    g  and carved his way out of the backwoods of work over the past 50 years. \ \ ." ' ���  Ontario.a Summer Music from Vancouver Island  .          - 9:03, pm.   Shawnigan  String Orchestra,  THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 Robert. Aitken, flute and Rugglero Ricci.  Lines from my Grandfather's Forehead 3:30 violin, .Music  by  Bach,  Coulthard ,,and  pm.a humorous comedy revue series from Warlock recorded at the Shawnigan Lake  the BBC starring Ronnie Barker and Pauline Summer School of the Arts.  Yates, Terence Brady and Gordon Langford.        Quebec Now 11:03 pm. weekly reports  Themes and Variations 8:03 pm. Recital from La Belle Province,  .from Regina by Rumanian7pianist Radu 7  Lupu~Out>of Doors Suite,,Bartok: piano MONDAY, AUGUST 26   T  -pieces; Op 118 Brahms: and Grand Sonata        This Country in Summer 9:13 to noon  No. 3, Schubert, j      '            - Monday���Friday, host Bill Robinson, easy  ' , Radu Lupu wasI born in. Rumania in 1945 going program: of interviews, items and  and began to study piano at the age of six music from across the country,  making his debut in public at 12. At 17 was Off the Record 2:30 pm. Bob Kerr plays  awarded a scholarship to the Moscow records from his own collection daily.  Conservatory. He.now, makes his home in        Hancock's Half Hour 3:30 pm. Monday-  London and has played with all the leading Wednesday and Friday���hilarious comedy  > British and most of the major European from the BBC.  orchestras. Following his American debut in '     Ideas 11:03 pm. Universal Jazz���Made in  1972 he is spending this year appearing with Africa���the message of the drum reaches  , the orchestras of Philadelphia, Chicago, New Orleans.     ,  Montreal, Cleveland and Kansas City.  Music and'Opinion 10:30 p.m. Guests TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 -  English baritone John Shirley-Quirk and     .. .CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 pm. Voyage of  soprano, Mary Morrison. ' Two Summer Moons recounts a trip made by  LARGEST BASKET ever created by   high and its the last time Mary is going ^ Peter   Haworth   and   Imbert   Orchard  Mary Jackson is heading, for buyer, in   to make such a large one. With Mary is    FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 " following the route of David Thompson when  Saskatchewan. The basket is 18 inches   her granddaughter, Lisa Guss. Point Roberts, Town Without a Country he first crossed the Rockies. The story begins  8:03 pm. Aiook at a political curiosity that at Rocky Mountain .House and ends oh the  Vanishing species ... . ^ bfecome an international sore spot. Point site of Koofenay. House, the fort Thompson   -1 - ,'���.   .   , ._,."' ,.        7  , Roberts was established politically in.1846 built by J Invenhere in  1807,  Based  on  m" ' -     .  2 a   _  __    when the Treaty of Washington drew the    conversations at the actual-sites, dealing  boundary along the 49th parrellel, thereby    with what Thompson may have seen and  cutting off a tip of a Canadian peninsula in    what is happening there now., Includes  B.C. Point Roberts residents are presently 85    excerpts from the explorer's journals,  per cent Canadians and the American The Selfish Giant a chamber opera by  minority is resentful. Written by Alison    Charles Wilson based on the story by Oscar  Applebe, produced by Don Mowatt. Wilde. ,The" Canadian Children's; Opera  ,- ���'    <- ^ China 9:00 p.m..^-contihuing series from    Chorus conducted��y Donald Kendrick: Gary  SECHELT���Long-time basket weaver and    weeks with metals and other items. The    the BBC. ' Relyea,l)aritone, Stuart Hamilton, piano and  member  of a  vanishing  species,  Mary    cedar roots much be chosen carefully and ^ t^e p^e:ging international choral    ^Uen Beard�� percussion. >   *"*���--"--*��� '":30 pm.  y^y '^i^y'^y^'y^' '  '  Sand ��� Drain Rock ���CCrushed Gravel, etc.  .<*'- ,y': -i, ���.' -.  'Wa now have 2 concrete miaor trucks to serve ybu.  : ' ' " /' '        s '    '  /' '  ' - V ' / '  R.R.1. GARDEN BAY  ~ PHOWE: 883-9911 t ��  T^a^'l^,^a^lgl'J^^,lJlll^l^l^.^ll'^.^l���ll��w),lTl���^_rp|1ll^^llBlf^,'^llrl1l'^ap^B^Bma in i i - - - ���    ��� ���  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  Re REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS  ALL PERSONS WHO:  (1) are 19 years of age.  (2) are Canadian citizens or British subjects.  (3).have resided in,Canada for twelve months and British Columbia for six'  months,   , ,   <  _ ! .      "   "      .  '  (4) are residents of Electoral Area A, B, C, D, E or F on the Sunshine Coast at the  date of making application,  ARE ENTITLED TO BE REGISTERED AS ELECTORS AND ARE ENTITLED TO  VOTE AT ANY REGIONAL DISTRICT ELECTION OR REFERENDUM HELD IN  THE ELECTORS' RESPECTIVE ELECTORAL AREA AS APPLICABLE.  REGISTRATION ON A FEDERAL OR PROVINCIAL ELECTORAL LIST IS NOT  .  VALID iFOR ELECTORAL AREA PURPOSES. ,  WILL ALL ELIGIBLE PERSONS WHO HAVE NOT COMPLETED THEIR  APPLICATION  FORM  FOR  REGISTRATION  AS  AN  ELECTOR  IN  THE  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT PLEASE DO. SO NOW AND MAIL  TDHtECTLY TO: ,  THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  P.O. BOX 800, SECHELT, B.C. YON 3A0  \  EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO VOTE MUST REGISTER  APPLICATION FORMS CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL LOCAL BANKS IN GIBSONS,  SECHELT AND PENDER HARBOUR, OR FROM THE SCRD ADMINISTRATION  OFFICES, DAVIS BAY, B.C.7 >  'r       '  ALL ENQUIRIES FOR INFORMATION PHONE 885-2838 MONDAY TO FRIDAY  DURING THE HOURS OF 8:30 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.  IF YOU ARE NOT.YET 19 YEARS OF AGE BUT WILL BE PRIOR TO SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 16,1974 AND ARE OTHERWISE QUALIFIED, PLEASE CONTACT  THE UNDERSIGNED.  N.B. REGISTRATIONS   FOR   THE   1974   LIST   OF   ELECTORS   WILL  CLOSE   AT   5:00   P.M.    ON   TUESDAY,   SEPTEMBER    3,    1974.  August 15,1974  . H.y. Secretary-Treasurer  basket," Mary told The Times.  IMes photographer took her picture.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 24  The basketa too Mary about a month to The smaller baskets are easier to weave ,    q^. Native Land 12*10 pmk Highlights of  weaveand she'll sell it for about $200. "It's , and take less time so Mary is going to ^e p^ Saskatchewan Indian Centennial  too much work and. it takes too long," she concentrate on them.                         , Games from ^ Cote ^^^ whlch brings  _said.   ' There are not many basket weavers left together about 1,000 Indian athletes.  Mary, 68, of the Sechelt Indian reserve, on the reserve,* Mary told The Times. Vyhen Moglc ^.Qm jhe )njdd|e 5:03 p m Host,  weaves her baskets from cedar roots and the young Lisa Guss, Mary's granddaughter,. Qeorge Dawes���music of today's Canada  pattern is made with wild cherry bark and who posed with her and the basket was asked from a ^g range 0f contemporary talent in  corn stalks.             -     , if she was interested in learning the craft, a variety of styles.  The cherry bark is two colours, one is Usa said no and Mary interjected with a CBC stage 8>03 pm gunner ^ Prague  natural brown and the other is black yrtiich chuckle, "The young ones are too lazy to adapted from th; novei 0f Zdena Salivarove  Mary darkens by soaking bark for several learn." by Miriam and Tom Gregor. Concerns a  l P  CO-OP  48 oz;...  v��ii^rH ttosi ;ji*^4* i��' i^*t��ftVe)iii-i.ltp**i  M1)U.ll!L$XOjp.llu  meamUit^ and  9  f  CO-OP Stems & pieces  CO-OP  ISoz.tin  CO-OP  lSoz.tln  BLUE RIBBON     $'  ,x in�� p����B,.����'-'.|t��'j��p'i.'p.��..�� <��i .I i  milium  COWRIE ST.,    SECHELT  MIRACLE WHIP  Ai OZ,',,,,,,,,  $109  KRAFT Singles 8 07..  W W  Sll wGOLU" p,jAV0^'11 CRYSTALS'  jPrlccs effective /Hairs., Fri., Sat. August 22, 23, 24  We reserve the right to limit quantities  PHONE 886-2522  MARINE DRIVE, GIBSONS Page A-8  ,      The Penineulo Times  uftww wwiiuwwm.wLja *j- .h. i^ija^uifaypAissj'Bw.vawMM  Wednesday/ August 21, 1974  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24  o     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  t * i \. -        4 ^  CORNER, OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  ��  HIGHWAY 101 -OPPOSITE GOLF COURSE ,<    #3-135  Well over 9 ocres of wooded land, sloping southward toward the  water. Privacy plus, yet near both villages, the. sea and park.  Hydro to line, water indications are good. FP $42,000 with about  $10,000 in terms. PETER SMITH. 885-9463 evenings.  MARLENE ROAD - ROBERTS CREEK "   -    . #15-3-261  Two bedrdom remodelled home on level corner lot, fully serviced in  a nice quiet location on new blacktopped road, convenient driving  distance to golf club, ferry, Gibsons or Sechelt. For appointment  to view call ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings. - 7   .  COMFORTABLE lodge nestles on the water near Vaucroft Beach on Thormanby Island.  Sechelt News Notes  ���by Peggy Cesmar  Dallis Arnold's picture Tranquility went courses, interviewing residents, touring the  on display in the Royal Bank in Sechelt countryside, making films, all in French..  yesterday, Aug 20. This work of semi- Weekends were free time, which they put to  precious stones and resin, done in a unique good use visiting many places of interest  way, has been on display in Vancouver. Now such as the miners museum in Glace Bay,  it is our turn to see it in all its splendor. where they descended into a coal mine. Very^  Mrs. Lottie Luxton of Davis Bay, with interesting. Louisburg fortress, a famous  daughters Evie and Barbie, have left for a historical fort which is being rebuilt for the  trip to Switzerland and Germany where public, they found 'fascinating. Graham Bell  Lottie looks forward to showing her girls  where she grew up. This lovely trip is a treat  from her brother, Dr. Peter Reinkordt of  Zurich, where he is.a teacher at a boy's  school. He' and his wife Jane are looking  forward to their visit.  Back at Davis Bay, Mrs. Reinkordt,  Lottie's mother, visiting from Omaha,  Nebraska, is happy to look after things in  their absence and to take a breather from the  over-100-degree weather they have been  experiencing.  The Chuck Ayers were on a trip to the  Kootenays where they had as their guest  Peggy's cousin, Betty Andrews of  Sacramento, Calif. At White Swan Lake, they  found good fishing, then onto some lakes  around Kamloops for further angling for  trout. 7  Mrs. Myrtle Andrews of Sacramento,  Betty's mother, is visiting with her sister  Mrs. Lena Hebert in Sechelt.  St. Mary's Hospital volunteers are still  busy. July 28, the Gibsons auxiliary hosted a  wine and cheese party and bingo for the  extended care patients. Prizes for the lucky  bingo players were house plants. Hostesses  for the party were Elsie Willis, Marjorie  Waldie, Mae Allison, Jean Longley and three  junior volunteers, Misses Ruth Madison,  Brenda McKenzie, Bether LePage.  Then on Aug. 6, it was a combined  birthday party for Ed Lambe and Mrs. Marie  Nicholson. Assistant volunteer director Mrs. '  Eleanor Hatfield planned and hosted this  party, helped by volunteer director Eve  Moscrip and Mrs. Nicholson's daughter and  son-in-law John and Gladys Prost, friends  Mrs. Ora Sinclair and Mrs. Lambe. John  Prost was the bingo caller, punch and  refreshments were served for a happy party  in the extended care lounge.  Denise Dombroski attended a summer  language bursary program to learn French.  This was sponsored ,by the federal  government. She had the choice of any  university in Canada and her choice \yaa St.  Francis Xavler.ln Sydney, Nova Scotia. A  five-day train trip brought her to Sydney,  after a night thefe, she met with others at tho  7 university, from where they were bused up to  Chetlcamp, Capo Brqton- Chotlcomp is a  small Acadian fishing village about 150 miles  from Sydney on Cape Breton Island.      .  Denise, the daughter'of Bruno and Kay  Dombroski of Davis Bay was billeted with  three other girls with a French family for the  six weeks. From thero she attended classes  every week day morning for three hours. The"  afternoons were token up with, organized  activities such as treasure hunts, orientation  Museum in Baddeck featured all the works of  the telephone inventor on display. Cabot  Trail, a road around the tip of Cape Breton  through the National Park took them through  very beautiful countryside.  Flying back to Vancouver on Aug. 10,  Denise felt she really got the feeling of they  way of life with the Acadians of Cape Breton, ���  a much slower, more peaceful way than the  bustling west coast. She met lots of beautiful  people by which to remember the east coast  and she hopes to return there at some time in  the near future. A great way for young  Canadians to get to know their own land. In  this course, there were 42 students from  Nova Scotia, two from Ontario and one from  B.C.  1 It is 25 years since Curly and Jessie  Lucken arrived at Davis Bay, ahd to  celebrate the occasion, a family conclave  was held. From Sioux Center, Iowa, came  Gillian and her husband Rev. Stacy Taylor  with their children, Christopher, Mary,  Arthur and Stephen. Daughter Jennifer was  not able to attend the gathering.  The Taylor's eldest daughter, now Mrs.  Vander Wiebe, her husband Les and the  Luckens' great grandchildren, Sherri and  Danny visiting for the first time. Port  Coquitlam sent eldest' son David, wife  Marjorie with Alan and Mark. From  Abbotsford, Avril and husband Murray King,  son Wayne and daughter Patricia. Roger  Lucken from Vancouver completed the  gathering of family and descendants,  numbering 21.  Mrs. Janet Anderson from North Burnaby  spent a few days with her brother Bill  Grisenthwalte and Lena,  ����������������^������i��i^�� ii    m �����������_.    m  Beward the flatterer: he feeds you with an  empty spoon,  Squaringly yours  ���by Maurice Honmtroet  Hello, fellow square dancers, wherever  you are. It is with great hopes that you have  all had a wonderful summer vacation and  are now resting up for the start of a new  square dance season and will, of course, be  out to do your best in keeping your square  dance clubs going for the fun and friendship  of your fellow square dancers.  This year, I am planning a beginner class,  so if you have an idea you ;would like to give  square dancing a whirl, phone 885-3359 and  ask for Maurice (Golden Tones) Hemstreet.  If you can't have fun square dancing in my  class, then there has to be something wrong.  I have two couples now, ready to start, and if  I could get two or three orfour or more  couples, well, we could start right now and  you would be ready to go into the Country  Stars Club when they square up for their first  night on Sept. 13. You will never know how  nice square dance people are until you join  them. So, dit it now. Call Lonesome 885-3359.  Well, I was really going to write a long  column today, but I just came down with a  very dreaded ailment called,  nolikeworkinitiss, but I will be over this in  time so see you at the square dance:  DUNHAM ROAD '       '       '    .    #3"2,62  Attention, Port Mellon employees! Here's o dandy cleared lot,  about 75x120', with hydro and water available, close to beach.  All ready for your mobile home or new house, there's a septic  ,tank installed. Also an A-frame" type'shed in good shape. Only  short walk to the plant. $7,500 FP, JACK WHITE, 886^2935 eves..  SELMA PARK -#17-3-267  Comfortable retirement or "starter". Single bedroom cottage. Ex-;  cellent park-like lot, 100x200', westerly view of Trail Islands.  One mile from Sechelt. FP $26,500. C. R. GATHERCOLE, 886-  2785 evenings.  SANDY BEACH! LOVELY HOME! #3-256  Sandy beach and a level, landscaped lot compliment this attractive owr\er-built home. 1236 sq. ft. on top floor, 1,200 on bottom  floor. Large living room with lots of view windows. Rich carpeting  throughout. Beautiful-Spanish "design kitchen, fully equipped.  Three car garage, supdeck, finished rec. room and workshop. A  deluxe home that must be seen. FP $97,500. LEE BROWN, 885-  2437. evenings.  REBUILT DELUXE  - Owner did a first class renovation job on this well-built home, now  available for $32,500 (there's a 7 percent agreement which can  be assumed). Wall-to-wall in living room, hallway and two bath-rooms, quality-lino in kitchen and bathroom, electric heat and  hot water. Recently redecorated inside and out, and in mint condition. New fence, delightful garden, paved driveway, half basement, and a lovely patio at rear of house. JACK WHITE, 886-  2935 evenings.  WEST SECHELT - ZONED FOR TRAILORS #19-3-141  Huge lots, 100' paved frontage by 295' in depth, roughly 2/Q  acre each. Hydro.and city water available. Some view out to sea.  See our large sign on the side of Nor-West Bay Road. FP"$ 14,900^  BOB KENT ,885-946) evenings.  OFF MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT #19-3-203  60O feet<of Mason Road to this veiy spacious lot with 89' fronting  paved road. Water services available. Electricity on application.  "Only a block or two to very nice beach and boating access. Approx.  1/3 acre. This lot is protected by a registered building scheme.  The values are enhanced by the restrictions contained therein. The  beautiful part of it all is that this is all yours for $12,500 with  1/13 down. BOB KENT, 885-9461 evenings.  To all the very kind friends who gathered and  brought the oyster shells to the store, a very  big "THANK YOU" from a gratefull "Miss  Bee" i    .  piiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifi  LOTS - WILSON CREEK THRU REDROOFFS  Yes, we have lots from $7,950 to $22,500, all thru Wilson Creek,  Davis Bay, Selma Park, Tillicum Bay, Redrooffs ��� you name it.' It  will be my pleasure to show you at your convenience.  PETER  SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  HOPKINS LANDING     a #2-3-219  Owner transferred, wants to sell this cleared view lot, with driveway installed,- all ready for building. Try your offer on $13,500  full price. JACK WHITE. 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.  REDROOFFS ROAD - HI-UP WATERFRONT #3-265  Beautiful view over Merry Island Lighthouse and Gulf, and considerable useable ground/ toward the water. A very, very nice two  bedroom home, well appointed, about 6���to 7 years old, part basement and fully furnished. Everything Just like new, five major  appliances, beds, chesterfield, everything as viewed. Really fine.  Also workshop and storage: FP $38,500 and owner deducts $2,000  for a well, water now comes from neighbor. PETER SMITH, 885-  9463 evenings. '' ,      .  VIEW LOT - HIGHWAY 101 - SELMA PARK #3-085  Lovely large lot,-172x62' all services available, cleared andready  to build, westerly view. FP $11,000. Lots like this are scarce on.  the market now at this" price. ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings.  i  SUMMER SALE 10% DISCOUNT     ��� #11-3-191  Look! Only $9,999 for this attractive lot, close to beach in Roberts Creek. Many are building here, this is your opportunity to get  started. Handy to bus, schools, store, etc. BOB KENT, 885-9461  or JACK WHITE. 886-2935 evenings.  ,3 BEDROOM - DAVIS BAY #3-266  Lovely secluded 3 bedroom home. Large living .room with full wall  brick fireplace. Well equipped kitchen. Outdoor barbecue and  furnace. Large (approx. % acre) landscaped terraced view lot.  Extra buildings for storage. Workshop, 2-car garage. So close to  the ocean you can hear the waves. Two blocks to a sandy beach.  Well worth asking price of $54,900. LEE BROWN, 885-2437 eves.  3 BEDROOM - FAMILY HOME #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.  LAST ONE LEFT - WEST SECHELT #19-2-517  This exclusive ond restricted subdivision has one lot left in the  '��� current* stage. Facing on quiet subdivsion rood with 87' paved  s frontage this lot .will afford .an extremely good view out over the  .Gulf of Georgia. We are asking $13;500 on terms or a close  , cash  offer will  be given serious consideration.   Elec.  and  city  water are available to this lot which is orily a .couple of city  blocks from easy access to beach and boating. BOB KENT, 885-  9461 evenings.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK - FLAT WATERFRONT . #3-241  Choice area ��� over 900', winds thru lovely forge trees to the  south exposure beach. Two homes, both 2 bedroom, both have  fireplaces, homes are staggered from each other,, one rented, owner  in other. Gr.eat for swimming and children. Owner's house goes  furnished. FP $84,000, $60,000 cash, owner carries balance of  $24,000. I would like to show you. PETER SMITH, 885-9463  eves. ' ' ���-'  >  !  .l.ACRE OPPOSITE GOLF COURSE    7 #3t234  Prime acre, in land freeze, but has great potential for the future.  There is a cleared building site on this acre with enough trees to  ensure privacy. It has also got a gazetted road alongside property. FP $12,500. ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings.  |      INSTALLED & SERVICED  Repairs, new carpet sales,  |  installation. Service guaranteed.  3  3  Corner Pratt & Rosamund  Gibsons ���886-9093  siilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllUlllll  SANDY HOOK - WATERFRONT - 2 BR HOME #3-235  Arbutus country, 68' of rocky waterfront, with boom and winch  to put your boat high and dry. Sturdy 2 bedroom home, 1 bathroom, fireplace and electric heating. You can't see your neighbors, so its private. Concrete drive and parking area. FP $47,000.  PETER SMITH. 885-9463 evenings.  BUY NOW - BUILD LATER #23-3-188  Meanwhile spend your weekends on this big lot, clearing It up,  make your own Stanley Park. Many in>the area doing this, then  later building for holidays or retirement. Only six miles from  Sechelt on paved road, bus service, in the developing Eureka area,  near Redrooffs Road. Only $8,000. JACK WHITE, 886-2935 eves.  VIEW LOT - LAUREL ROAD - DAVIS BAY #3-230  Nice, level treed lot, 70x149', all services available on request.  Located in an area of nice homes on a quiet street, short walk to  beach and store. FP $12,000, terms. ROY BUCKLE, 885-9241  evenings.  LARGE WOODED LOT ' #19-3-246  Over half acre on paved road. Hydro, phone and water available,  Only  1% miles from Sechelt centre,  A good location for the  'country home.'FP $14,000, half doyvn, balonce at ,9V& percent.  C. R. GATHERCOLE, 886-2785 ovonings.  NICKERSON ROAD - TRAILERS ALLOWED #20-3-225  Ye$.sir, it's only $8,900 full price for this over half acre lot. Price  includes paid up (city) water connection. Beat the water restrictions use the water out of your bwn well. Partly cleared, this lot  faces on a quiet residential road. Hydro on application. About  a mile to Sechelt shopping centre, half mile to beach, etc. BOB  KENT, 885-9461 evenings.  KmHfiHnnM  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  ,   Jackpot $300  _,..��_���(,���������,���������$76,���,.TO,���QO���_l _���7  310 No. 5 ROAD, RICHMOND  7 PHONE COyjECT: 273-4861  *-..'��� i    , ��� ��� ���     ..,������ .���'.'������''. ���   ���,,'���  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimmiiimiimiimimiii  5569. VICTORIA DRIVfe  PHONE COLLECT:' 321-6731  PLEASE COME IN TO SEE OUR DISPLAYS OF  FRONT ENTRANCE DOORS. PHONE COLLECT  ON QUOTES ON COMMON OR FINISHED  LUMBER OR WHATEVER YOUR BUILDING  REQUIREMENTS ARE.  gSi^^  7.... SECHELT'AREA..   For further mfoimatron call Hr. Kennedy at 941-4085, Collect  2 BUILDING LOTS - VIEW! #20-3-253  Slde-by-side. Gentle slope. Nicely treed. 113x92.5 ft. Close'to! the  beach. Seo the signs on Lower & Maskell Road. FP $12,000;ea.  LEE BROWN, 885-2437 evenings.  TILLICUM AREA - WATERFRONT #3-249  Two bedroom, two level, permanent home, approx. 950 sq. ft., well  finished, much wall-to-wall carpeting. 1 Vi baths, dining areo. iv-  Ing room and utility. 100 feet on the beqeh, good spot for kiddies.  Asking $49,000, $12/000 down, or bring your offer and terms.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463 ovenlngs.  VIEW ACREAGE - OLDERSHAW ROAD #3-132  Gentle southern slopo to thoso treed secluded 4,�� acres. Hydro at  the corner. Water supply looks good. FP $24,900 (offers). LEE  BROWN, 885-2437 evenings,  DAVIS BAY MOTEL #3-221  A going concern, man and wife operation, 10 flno units, plus owner's quarters, Woll equipped and maintained,  and right by a fine sandy beach. Vacancy rato oxtromoly low. Ill health  dictates sale. Requires $60,000 cash,  good,terms on bqlahco of full prlco of  $140,000: Full details to sincere inquiries, PETER SMITH, 885-9463  evenings. '  3 LOVELY VIEW LOTS - WEST, PORPOISE BAY #3-167/168/242  Three boautlful vlow lots near now Ice arena, short walk to beach  and future marina to hold 200 boats approx. 1 % miles to Socheit  Vlllago. These lots are all serviced, some with underground wiring..  Prices range from $13,000 up to $14,500, Try your offers, ROY  BUCKLE, 885-9241 evenings.  WEST SECHELT, , #24-3-260  Prime residential lot In a npwly completed, subdivision. Closo to beach,  and only 2,mllos from Secholt. This  75x150' lot offers excollont value at  $11,500, torms available. R, BUCKLE  885.9241 evenings,  WATERFRONT HOME -  DAVISfJ* 0AY,w">9,rti:'p*''*v^#,5'^**"'s!i,i!M^iv f^3*l 77  Stop���view and buy this charming 2  bedroom waterfront homo, located on  tho bost boach area on tlio Sunshine  Coast, Full concroto basoment. sauna  on boach< Garago, Boautlful. landscaped garden, trco houso, 60', of lovoly sandyAwbblo beach, FP $64,700.  ROY PliCKLE 885-9241.  VILLAGE -a 200' TO BEACH #3-216  An excellent view, home. See up  Socholt Inlot, Marino closo, All amenities In Socheit, A homo that anyone  can bo proud to own, Very spacious 3  bodroom homo with ensuite plumbing.  Full basomont, 2 flroplacos, Roughed-  In roc, room and oxtra bedroom. This  could,havo a fully solf-contalned suite, Auto., oil heat and hot jvator, Full  prlco $69,000, some torms available,  BOB KENT, 885-9461 ovenlngs,  ���GOWER"������ ��� ���f 3-223'  Seaward sldo of Gowor Road at Its  lower elevation. 100' frontogo, Lot  1301 long. Regional water. Gulf view,  cosy beach accoss, $13,500, MCK  WARN, 886-2601 evenings,  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ��� Phono "Tiny" Dob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy r��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  *m****��**m'mmm*nmn*mmmMn.mn*mm*m*Hm*n*n��mnKH*MMmmmm*nnHi*itnm*un**nm  EVERY MONDAY���.1:45,p.m.f Community Hall Roberts Creek,  "G|ft'$6fl$r RURAL ' WSiU  If you ore looking for small acreage  to produce your own food, start with  good soil, Wo havo 8 acros, quarter  clcarnd, throo quarters In woods with  stream throuph, On blacktop, sorvod  wllh water. Terms on $38,006. JACK  ,WARN, 886-2681 evenings,  Elphlnstono New Horizons carpet bowling, cdrds 6\ films.  EVERY TUESDAYr-7i30 p.m. Socholt Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Socholt  Ups & Downs) Club. Now members vyolcorno,  , EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo, now Legion Building, Secholt.  EVERY WEDNESDAY-���8 p.m.. Introductory Lecture on Transconderital  Meditation, I.M.S, Centre, Gibsons.  EVEfltY TRURS;���8;00fCm7BlnS3? Pwcler HaH>off*Commuhlty Hall.  THURS, afternoon! "TOPS" mortlng 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  during summer month��7 ,  EVERY WED./THURS, at 8:00 p.m.���Introductory Lecture Trans-  condontal Meditation, as taught by Maharlshl Mahosh Yogi, Whitaker House, Arts & Crafts Centre, Socheit.  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 12 noon to 2 p.m., Wilson Crook Library,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  It  Multiple Listing Strvlct  Vancouver  Rial   Ittat*  ' Poard "���'''"  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES^  ���ml  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hours) Box 120, Sechelt, D.C.  ,.   ,,,���,.._.      Vancouver Phono M9^03ft^��>**^��w-~~~~.  .it 7  i    1  V  ENINSUEA  Section B  Wednesday, August 21; 1974  jpiiY %xm m  ,     SECRCT COVE  'Excellent Cuisine^ahd. Accommodation'*,'  11 MILES FROM SECHELT- 885-9998  DISPLAYING cheque fpr $1,008 raised Money will go towards expansion of  at recent outdoor dance at Tillicum Bay * Sunshine retarded children's classroom  marina are partners, from left, Evelyn in Gibsons Elementary School grounds,  and Colin, McKinnon and Iris Miller.  /   ���*��� __^     After trial...  SECHELT���In    finding    Donald    Ross  "When I saw the red light, I pulled off the  Joan Prpctor y  ',- **>' , I. . . Strait talk ;  * f      \ j7^"'* ^ "  y My tomato crop is a real bunimer )  this year. The only ones that look any  good are the ones in a pot on the patio;  and they're plastic/      .   y     r  .  I thought all you had to do was plantl  the things, water them and then sit back ���  and worry about not having enough  window ledges to ripen them all on.  ��� The realization that life was riot  going to be a bed of tomatoes should ,  , have set in the day my father informed,  me my plants needed shelter fromthe"-  sun till they could establish their, root  system. I certainly nevej^kjiew you had  to build A-frames for tomato plants!"  Well, once the things were properly  housed and had put down some roots, ,  j ' someone else told me I wasn't feeding  them the right thing. They were, looking  terribly puny. Some .folks actually  thought, my " under-achievers were  cherry tomatoes instead of the beefsteak variety. So, then "I had to worry  about'their diet. '  'Finally some flowers appeared on  my plants, followed by tiny tomatoes. I  rejoiced. So did my youngest son. He  though 11 * was growing little green  marbles., .  Then a story came out about some  fellow,who'd grown a four pound  tomato. He cheated though. He actually  put a head-set on his plant'and played  stereo music for it. <  It just goes to show how demanding  even a tomato can become. First an A-  frame, then an exotic diet, and then it's  own stfereo. Well, my plants were so  small they only way I'd ever geta headset to fit them would be to wire Barbie  doll bathing suit tops.  ' I decided to erase the idea of a  tomato crop from my mind consoling  myself with the fact that the plants sure  looked leafy and_green._  Then the other evening we had a visit  ��,( | from "a man of the cloth" he took one  HCl *����k at our t��mat�� patch and decided  UO  -     ^ev needed help more than we. 7  "     ^^ "Haven't you picked the suckers off  SECHELT-rSunshine     Coast     Retarded   them?? he asked.  Children's Association is over $1,000 richer   '    "What   are   they"   we   chorused,  following a recent benefit dance staged by   "some type of bug?"  the^wriersofTimc��mBaymaruia. Patiently he proceeded to go through  Over. 300 people attended the dance, sad ^ picking off the offending stalks  marina partner Colin McKinnon. The ����"*���*uf~h�� if--u tm �����i...��ii�� ��.��..��ui.  Spectrums, Russ Clark and Rod lizee, Ma4 ~of feenery which Id actually thought  and Harold Aubin and Ann and Herb Ebeck quite, attractive. Unfortunately they  provideddancing music for Ihe event, which were, sapping the strength from our  was staged in the marina car park.      7     tomatoes. *  Retarded children attending the dance;,    , However, our. tomatoes .'.still look  ;! Coarse language and swearing throughout- R.W; McDonald  ., Thurs., Fri., Sat. - August 21, 22, 23, 24  &&  5��p  torn., Ion., Tues; - August 25, 26, 27  ANOTHER FUNFEST WITH THE CARRY ON GANG  GIBSONS      S WW IfalJWI 1    I _riIS^__ P HE   PHONE: 886-2827  m,  Move next door to a good  MacLeod of Madeira Park guilty of impaired road onto the grass," he said. "I'd parked ,  were treated to boat rides, hot dogs and pop;,    puny I've found the answer to ensure  Ndrivteg Aug. 15, Judge J^JoIm^n-tdd-p there np��ny/tta CoJin,> andHEveijflr nicet'omatoes -       --^       *--   -  accused he would like to send him to jail, least a quarter mile away. McKinnon and Iris Miller plan to repeat the ' Bar(iener >  "but I'm not sure it would do any good." He said he refused to go to Sechelt for a'   event next year. '7      B  MacLeod had pleaded not guilty to driving breathalyzer test because he would have had >    ,,  along Francis Peninsula Road June 21 while no means of getting home afterwards,  impaired. Judge Johnson said if a police officer  RCMP const. Bob Prest told the court he accused him of impaired driving, "I'd take  tried to stop MacLeod at about 12:45 a.m. the test to prove my innocence."  after accused failed to negotiate  three Lloyd Wylie,. called as a witness by  corners properly. MacLeod,    said    accused    had    been  "I put on the light after the first corner, helping him repair a boat all day. "He had  but he carried on,,' said Prest. "Then I put not been drinking."  the siren on. He kept going." He and MacLeod both contended that the  ,  After going off the road, and onto the alleged offense took place nearer to JO p.m.  gravel at three corners, MacLeod failed to and not 12:45 a.m. '    ���>  negotiate a fourth corner and drove off the,        Said Judge Johnson: "The heart of the  road, coming to rest between a telephone question is who to believe. The officer says  pole and the guy wire, Prest told the court, you were sloshed. You say you did not  Prest said that MacLeod could hardly have a single drink."  stand when he stepped from his car. MacLeod accused Const. Prest of "lying."  "He had to assisted into the police car. I        Judge  Johnson said he believed the  smelled the odor of alcohol on his breath. His constable and found. MacLeod guilty,  speech was slow and slurred." "Your   story   is   not   reasonable   or  ���  Prest said that MacLeod refused to plausible," he told MacLeod,  He found  accompany him to Sechelt for. breathalyzer Wylie's evidence as to the time of the offense  test so he took accused home and had to help "not reliable."  him up the steps. In fining MacLeod $500 and banning him  ,   Tho constable said he had sounded the from driving for six months, the judge  siren   for   half-a-mile   before   MacLeod commented: "I would like to send you to jail,  stopped. .  . but I'm not sure It would do any good."  MtacLcod told tlio court that at the time of        The driving ban "sure intereres with my  the incident, he was on his way home after livelihood," said MacLeod,  helping a friend repair a boat. He denied        "It Interferes with people's Jives when an  having even one drink during the day. Impaired driver drives them off the road and  Ho said ho had a puppy in tlio car. It kept    kills them," countered Judge Johnson.  Jumping onto h|s lap and was responsible for       MacLeod  admitted  to  two  previous  his erratic driving,, convictions for impaired driving.  $#$____*  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.  SALES BRANCH AT:   6401 kingsway, burnaby  PHONE: 437-1184   OR  2740 LOUGHEED HWY. PORT COQUITLAM   PHONE: 941-5114  NOTE-pOffer is for; a JO Sjpeed Bicycle only, and th^ Connpaiiy will, not  L"~~pro\d<^                                                                   .    r   n - ., ��� -  a     ���* j ' * i '   ��������� urn ���ff-!*���"'���"���"" "���������Ma��������� I. -����� i.i...i.ii..i.i..T ii���^���,���~|   , M| ui | I,������~���~~���p����.l.iii..jii u,.Mu  Wo NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM fN SECHELT  locntod In tho now off leas ot Trail Ray Design  at tho traffic light # Phono 885-2713  r Page B-2  The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, August 21, 1974'  IMMMMMMMMMUMMMIilMMMMMtlMMMIIMWWMMWMMWMMWWHWWMMM  The PENiHsuui^te^  '7 may ��e wo/��_r, but I shall not be so wrong-as to fail to say what IJbelieve to be right."  . p^-John Atkins  ' Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  Hw��Miii��i��iiWMintwwHi��wi��w��inntwn��tnnn��i��w����iiwwwMw^  pen committee meetings  The Times has been criticized for  lack of publicity of the Sunshine Coast,  Regional District board meetings. We  don't tell enough of the business  conducted by that body,, it has been  alleged.  When a public body meets on the last  Thursday of each month and conducts  most of its business in closed committee  /meetings, then maybe there is some  justification'to the charge. .The^only  meeting that the public at large and the  press are allowed to attend is the  monthly general meeting and we attend  that. ,    y  Recommendations of the committee  meetings are brought up at the general  meeting and the board members usually  approve them without much discussion.  What's the need of discussing issues that  have been well chewed over at"  committee meetings? No, the board  feels, the press and public do not have to  bother attending - the committee  meetings'because, it is intimated, they  aren't that interested and possibly they  wouldn't understand what is going on.  So, says the benevolent board, we'll just  discuss the issues at committee  meetings and then pass them at the  general meeting at the end of the month  and save the public and the5 press the  inconvenience .of attending the  meetings.  consider our feelings that way but the  press and the public would prefer it if we  could decide for ourselves about the  issues and to hear them discussed and  not just see them passed rubber-stamp  fashion at a general meeting...  Open.  up those committee meetings to the  press and public., We'll decide .their  value and not wait to be told whether or  not we're interested in them.  Business of a committee meeting  does not become policy until it has been  approved by the board and one of the  reasons directors, wantto bar the press  and public from them is because board  members and the' public w&ild read  about the affairs of the committee in the  press before action was taken at the  general.meeting. So what if individual  directors do read of business conducted  at a committee meeting no action can be  taken until the particular business is  ratified at the general meeting.  At meetings where public business is  conducted and where public money is  spent or spending proposals made  should be open to the press and public.  That goes for regional districts, village  councils, school boards or whatever. '  The less secrecy the less chance there is  of someone getting away with  something.  The Sole exception to this rule is  perhaps the group's service committee  where employees' disciplinary action is  discussed.  A newspaper's role is to report what  is happening in the community. The  public has charged us with this function  and they expect us to fulfill that  mandate but it is difficult when  directors tie our hands by closing  meetings to us.  Olympics"costly proposition  The provincial government was wise was the high costs involved,  in its endorsation rejection of Garibaldi Canda   already   is   faced   with  as the site of the 1980 winter Olympics. Olympics in Montreal in the summer of  Robert Williams, resource minister, 1976 and we'll' predict that, in spite of  ��� and Jack Radford, recreation minister, claims to the contrary, the nation will be  gave a number of reasons for pulling out  of the proposal and one of the major  reasons was cost.  "First," said the ministers in a joint  press conference, "there are the direct  costs. The (Olympic) committee has  estimated the construction costs at $21  million 1973 dollars,'excluding essential  transportation improvements, parking  costs, accommodations at Whistler,  organizational costs,, and operating  costs."       ���  The ministers pointed out that the costs and would be extremely expensive to  have been grossly underestimated and operate and maintain,  current increases in construction costs       "Perhaps  it  is  time  to  remind  are running 15 to 20 per cent annually ourselves of the basic purpose of the  and "these costs could be expected to Olympics���to promote friendly contact  triple at least." between nations and friendly sports  By comparison Grenoble cpst $23.8 competition,, but  not  to   stage   an  million and Sapporo, $60 million. They  added that although the federal  government pledged $10 million and  Vancouver $1.9 million, Ottawa's share  is conditional upon the province and  Vancouver picking up the tab for all the  deficit for all aspects of the games, not  just the construction costs.  The' provincial ministers cited a  number of other reasons for not backing  the games, all of them valid and they  included: The unpredictability of the  weather, lack of federal indication that  it would reserve the same conditions for  B.C. in the matter of coins as it did for  me Montreal Olympics.  Tho site is faced with tremendous  transportation problems and costs  Involved in trying to get fromVancouver  to Whistler, because events would be  held in both places; snow removal costs  would bo high and the, government  estimates that 25 acres at Whistler  would be required for private car  parking.Sorviclng costs would run 4o  $2.8 million for sower and , water  seryicps, plus treatment facilities at $6  million.  "Most of the land In the Whistler  area that would benefit heavily from the  impact of the Olympics Is In n few  private hands," said Radford and  Williams and, they added, the games  would "distort our recreation  priorities." Such heavy subsidies  would Indicate that there would bo that  much loss for recreational facilities In  other areas of the province Including the  Sunshine Coast.  Another problem facing Whistler Is  3o..cny|ronwicntiilJmpnc<.^w_-r__,j  The mountain could bo spoiled  forever as a family recreational site.  That's tho major reason that Denver,  Colorado backed out of the 11)70 winter  Olympics after, they had actually been  awarded the games. Another reason  I  5���f������:���  Use 'Times' Adbrieisto Sell  Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  1 . ���T :���p  SB*  Transcendental Meditation  as taught, by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi  .Lecture �� Thurs., Fridays �� admission free"'��� 8 p.mi  Whitaker House, Sechelt  1  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 original!, must be signed by the writer.  reeling under the financial burden when  the games are over.  Squaw Valley, the highly touted site  for the Olympic games in California a  few years ago cost about $17 million to  build and was sold, for $2.5 million  recently���quite a poor investment.  While a few of the new facilities  would have lasting usefulness, others,  such as the bobsled and luge run, the 90  meter ski jump and 70 meter ski jump  would have only very limited usefulness  exploitive commercial venture. In view  of this, perhaps it is time to start  'recyling' our previous Olympic sites,  rather than always building anew," said  the minister.  And we can only nod in full  agreement.  Times gone by  August 20, 1969���Premier Bennett is  expected to open the three-day Gibsons  Sea Cavalcade August 21.  School district is planning a three-  million dollar, referendum.  St. Mary's Hospital was survey for  accreditation.  Leg of lamb was advertised at 69  cents a pound.  The provincial election campaign  was coming to a close with Isabel  Dawson of Social Credit and Don  Lockstead,  NDP,  both  seeking  tho  UM1II.V  >,  Former peninsula woman  will miss cedar trees  Editor, The Times  Sir:  We enjoy getting the Peninsula  Times, even if it is a bit late in coming at '  times.  .Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon  Edwardspn for sending it to us as a gift last  Christmas. ,        , .  After moving here to White Rock from  Francis Peninsula after 14 years and leaving  some good friends and neighbours, we have  heard of the sad fate of three cedar trees we  loved. Sometimes you live and hope for a  good life in a certain spot and fate somehow  changes that in such a way we find hard to  understand0.  If you so feel that these following pages  are suitable to be printed in The Times, do so.  The Three Cedars  I loved those three cedars.   ,  From little saplings they grew  Fate decried in such a way  ,  That I left them for another.  Chop! Chop! went their lofty tops .  One, it went down to the stump.  Christmas lights I did have strung  Fishermen coming into Whiskey Slough  Those lights a sight to see for them all  Boats with a happy crew and tourists too  A happy homecoming for sure  Those three cedars so graceful and tall.  A shady shelter to those of us  ~Who loved to gather beneath  their  branches  What more could you ask of nature?'  My old friends the robins, they nested  And those that do not migrate  The bluejays and Japanese robins  Little snowbirds, an odd one or two  Who couldn't make it to warmer climes.  The fat I hung and oatmeal and crumbs  too.  That old bluejay I loved to watch        ^  as he greedily tugged and pulled  Till his tummy was filled.  It seemed he must shelter there at night  For there he was first in the early morn.  Oh, my three cedars I weep for thee!  Why can't people see the beauty'in a  tree?  Mrs. Grace L. Flately  1360 First Ste. 105.  White Rock, V4B 4B2.  Passing along the news  Editor,'The Times ,.,  Sir: I am asking your assistance in  getting the enclosed copy of the July 25  edition of the Spokane Spokesman-Review  UimtummmmmmmmmmtmimmmmMmmmmmmmiiMimmmmmmmmmB  The PeninsulaT^^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  oa B.C'g Sunshine Const  by  Powell River News Town drier  .Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310 - Sechelt, B.C.  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I  ggqa   ._fiininuuiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii[.M<iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR  ; pft^^afa-^  "y'^.^U'HM^.^^^  saijti,  312  ��>!a.  . 'muLtJiLIJ gpwajWwaWPW iwmunia M  ���yVJhabs:  ^^^^m^^s^^^^^^f^^m^&^^M^^^^1^^^^^^^^^^  August 19, 1904���Vancouver Visitors  Bureau, Is supporting a breakwater for  the Sechelt area.    , i  Preparations are under way for the  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair.  A modern two-bedroom home at  Welcome Woods was listed at $5,500,  with terms.  August'��!,' iW8-Motol operators and  businessmen on the Sunshine Coast  were concerned that the ferry strike  would sovoroly curtail business.  Sccliolt and District Chamber of  Commerce has launched a scorch for a  good citizen for 1973.  Secholt council fired building  inspector Frank Giampa and hired  Gibsons inspector Roy Taylori Taylor  Will divide his tlmo between the two  villages.  Elphinstone  Secondary  School   Js  arising from tho ashes as temporary,  portable classrooms tako tho place of  tho building which wns destroyed by flro ,  , In July,  at Benner Furniture Store  Auctioneer: Joe Benner  Hundreds off Items to be auctioned  fe need the space!  Come and bid for top bargains.  1 '.   '        ������ '     7 7    7     ' : ��� -'     :   7' ���'������' ���  '��� ������' ! ,7  ��� .;, ������'������,���������'       7. ���  POOR PRIZE; 5 piece paflo set valued[at $299.00  ���-- ���     everyone gets -a\-chancQto^wln^-no-pwchase-neeessaiy^  *  Hwy. 101 across from Coast Homes, Sechelt  Phone 885-2058  'i. *p  v t, ���  ���r  Ti\ . * �� "y  V  f ���I __  *"  * �����*��� J-    If h  ���   I    '  h-W ^"y^KiUw^y^Afir-^jf^^w ^     (_���_,  V  IV*-^WV***   l"y<   "OTK^HWW  ��*  iwfeis wirisi t�� Jb@ ��i ��ii?i ;,'.  '-   The legal profession must ''resist any    responsibility of government to survey the  measures which bring us under the control of ..need otlegal services to identify areas of  /  / 7^!  ���- J*  I*..  i  '        . __ fe_ ���      __iit>  RALPH CHROMIK, right, took a cab to  visit long-time, friend Ken Pawliuk,  centre, manager of the Peninsula Hotel.  Not so unusual, only Chromik happens  to live in Edmonton, Alta. Here, he,  hands over fare to Edmonton Cabbie"  Larry Marco. Meter tallied up grand  total of $391.60 for the trip. Chromik and  Marco left Edmonton at 5:30 p.m. Aug.  16 and arrived at hotel 11 a.m. Aug. 17.  The Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday; August 21, 1974  UBC to expand  credit courses  University of British Columbia will  almost double its late-afternoon and evening  credit course program for part-time students  in 1974-75.  A total of 292 credit courses will be  available for part-time study beginning in  September���an 86 per cent increase over last  year's total of 157 courses.  The increase is the result of a number of  factors, including special funding from the ;  provincial government, removal of most  UBC Faculties of barriers to enrolment by  part-time students, and/normal expansion  planned over the past year by UBC Faculties  and departments.  UBC's Centre of Continuing Education,  which co-ordinates the evening credit  program for the University,7wilTalso double  (from 18 to 36) the number of courses  available under its correspondence credit  program in 1975-76.  Expansion of the centre's correspondence  credit program and further development of  an existing criminolog certificate program  for policemen, probation officers and others  have also, in part, been made possible by  special funding from the provincial  government.  The faculty of education will more than  on-campus undergraduate course offerings  from 24 to 58 courses in 1974-75 in addition to  continuing its long-standing program of off-  campus courses for practising teachers.  Senior citizens aged 65 years and over  will be able to enrol in most of the part-time  credit programs without paying tuition fees  as the result (of a recommendation recently  approved by the board of governors.  Education will offer 20 off-campus  courses in 15'centres, including Fort St. John,  Prince Rupert, Terrace, Prince George,  Powell River and Port Hardy and in the  Okanagan and Fraser Valleys.  \ '  *.        ���. Ml������-_���>��������� ���__WIW.-_. | - -,-----   -    ��� ���      -  ���.    1  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Annual general meeting of Area B.  Ratepayers' Association will be held at the  Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday, August 24  at 8 p.m. '        "   ���>  Suzanne Evanetz is now conducting  swimm8ng classes at Cooper's Beach,  Redrooffs, daily from Monday to Friday. The  sessions start with a class for bobbers at  12:30, followed by classes for beginners,  intermediates and adults. The fee is $4 for the  course and new students will be welcome.  The classes are sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Lions Club.  The new subdivision of the Redrooffs  Estates received a considerable boost in  population with the arrival of Mr. and Mrs.  Andre Martell who have 10 children and have  installed a mobile home there. Another new  resident of the area is Joline Annelle, the  baby daughter of Paul and Judy Mathon who  is home with her parents and, making  excellent progress after receiving special  care in Vancouver.  Hostess of the week is Mrs. Owen  Edmunds who has had 10 members of her  family visiting from Saskatchewan. They  were her father Norman McGratten, his wife  Karan and faive daughters from Spiritwood,  her brother Ronnie McGrattan win his wife  Rita from Duck Lake, and her niece Sandra  MiervefromTisdale. Another brother, Larry  McGrattan from Duncan is making his home  with the Edmunds and working in Sechelt  Inlet with his brother-in-law. i   *  Mr and Mrs. Alan Jacques recently,  attended a family reunion at the McPherson  Winter Club, Burnaby,- to honor their cousins,  John and Irene Boys of Santa Barbara on the  occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary.  r-by, Mary Tinkley  Among the 50 members of the family  present, was Mrs. Boys' mother, Mrs.  Elizabeth Pearce, a long time resident of  Redrooffs. Mr. and Mrs. feoys still own a lot  in Redrooffs where they hope to retire one of  these days. ' ���  Jack Falls of Vancouver and his son  Gordon, spent a few days with the Bill  Sextons last week and enjoyed some good  fishing. Mr. Falls was one time owner of the -  property which now belongs to the Bob Page  family.  Spending a two weeks' vacation at the'  Jack  Temple  cottage have  been  Mrs.  Temple's sister, Esther, with husband Doug .  Anderson of Squamish. Mr. Temple's sisjter,  Eleanor Tobiasen arrived from Calgary with  husband Jerry and two of her children.  Mr.jandMrs. Wm. Fraser are home after  a most interesting three-day trip to Williams  Lake and Barkerville. They travelled by bus  to Williams Lake and spent a day visiting"  Barkerville. Their bus then took them to  Kelly Lake Station where they changed over  to the B.C. Railway for the journey back to  Vancouver.  They found the train journey most  spectacular and even exciting. The service  was excellent, with a dinner being served  ���and an almost constant supply of coffee  available. The only disappointment was uiat  the train arrived at Kelly Lake one and a half  hours behind schedule and consequently they  had to cover part of the scenic ride to North  Vancouver'in'darkness. The weather was  fine throughout the trip.  .  Julius Szentesi of Eureka is resting  comfortably after undergoing surgery in St.  Paul's Hospital, Vancouver.  government, .destroying the professional  independence necessary to enable the  profession to properly service the public,"  says E. Neil McKelvey, Q.C., president of the  Canadian Bar'Association.  . "The basic, reason behind the need for  independence is that the lawyer acts for and  on behalf of a client. It is essential that the  lawyer must be free to devote his entire  attention to the affairs of his client without'  any conflict of interest. He cannot do this if  he. is subject to any external:'control,  particularly if that control is exercised lay the  government. Na  "There has been a disturbing trend in.  Canada in, the last few years, of legislation  which, if adopted, could place the  profession under the control of governments.,  The fact that these have not reached serious  proportions is due to the fact the profession  has opposed with sound, logical reasoning,"  McKelvey said.  As examples, he Cited Bill 250 introduced  in the Quebec legislature in 1971 which, had it  been enacted, would have introduced  government control at all levels of the  profession "including those.involving the  most intimate solicitor-client relationships;"  and certain provisions of the public  defenders system introduced in Prince  Edward Island last October on a 3-year trial  basis. McKelvey said that under the P.E.I,  system a person qualifying for legal aid is  defended by a lawyer who is appointed and  paid by, "and therefore under the control of  the same government which is doing  the prosecuting and paying the prosecutor."  Referring to British Columbia, McKelvey  said: You will have noted that British  Columbia is missing in my chronical of  events. However, no jurisdiction can be  confident of -immunity from these  developments.  ,  "All I wish to say about developments in  this Province is this:���It may be the  need. It is not, however, any part of the  business of Government to control or direct  the delivery of legal services to the public.  This is the responsibility of an independant  Bar.'     y      /   ���',,  "Clearly this violates the principle of the  independence of the Bar. It is bad in principle  to have defence counsel. directly on the  payroll of the prosecuting authority."  ���*�����������  Art Leigh  CHRYSLER LTD.  .  ~    444 NO. 3 ROAD  RICHMOND, B.C.  Phone 273-7521  "THE FRIENDLY PEOPLE"  D. L. 5887  We have your new home ,$9��W!!!  Choose from ��� ATCO  COMMODORE  GENDALL  MODULINE  Doublewides  Singlewides  Tip-outs  Clean used.  Bank Repos (100 per cent financing)  Cottage Specials  Workman Specials.  i  FINANCING - YOU NAME IT:  a. Bank  b. Industrial Financing  c. Mortgaging  d. Debt Consolidation  588-0191  9990 King George Hwy.  Surrey B.C.  DL. No. 25008  941-4085  2471 Lougheed Hwy.  Port Coquitlam B.C.  DL.No. 25005  UMfigiimMMM0��SMItffMtMIiffi��  i  Use them  for steady,  low-cost  advertising  to talk  to   15,000  .   people!   ,  Classified AdBriefs reach more  than 3,900 homes every week.  adherent to the selling practices of the Western Mobile DealersAss'n.  CALL COLLECT FOR A FREE CREDIT INTERVIEW!!  OR  CLIP Mail To-day   ,  CLIP  I'm interested in fee purchase of a  ... .Single-wide mobile home.   Double-wide mobile home.   Modular home complete.  ....Modular "shell" (complete your own home)  I have my own   Pad site, x |   Private property.  THE TIMES  885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  X  please send me,  some floor plans  ,. .Modulars  .. .Mobile single wides -  ,. .Mobile double wides  Name: ..  Address:..  Telephone:  Best in Live Entertainment  "JOIN IN THE FUN"  PEMMSUL& HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  ImmwiMMimwwiMjnniH Mmwm��iMm����.n|^WP>��i��.__��a��l__.  %&$3S$f*  ~T  if,  ��� .���*��:'���.��� J  , 1',-��!pis -���  mx    i  H  JlW>i  ARDWAR  i'7'p  'TU only be two more days', lion,     "Dad'tt coming home Fluff,  love the kids for me." . You belter have a bath!"  ).��P!| f..fP��<<  ng distance,  these rates  , 7 life not-solariiiwajt���-  Between 11 am. and 8 a.m.you can call most  places in Ru far only 25 cents a niintite     "H^mmcicd  niaxiniuni, station to station, if you dial  yourself. Wouldn't someone love to hear  from you? &c.ra��  "Ymttm talk with u��,"  If you wrote or cashed a cheque at our  store on Aug. 1, % or 3, please stop  payment on it We would it  if you would write another cheque for  ���"��� '77   "��� ;< ������������, 7; ��� ��� 7 y > .. '���'���':.'.'' : ���_ ., ' .   ���       ''��� ���     '      \  your purchase to help cover our recent  financial loss through theft.  Thank you,  no close."  Oper - ianager  Cowrie' Street,; Sechet  irtlr Hi _iHH.|] m WlUi HUMiI^ti    if 111 < rfc Hi i !���   im"HIi ilfKHIIlDi will l_.Htp._i _rtli)|_1n.Mrifcw m. *��_��� JjUmMi lair   wIHe Tit"  "���*���"- Page B-4 The Peninsula Times   Wednesday, August, 21, 19/4  i��m,.T.Hm^  .m............................... ,,H,.,,H.m,'.,.,...,......,H.W........,m...m.^^ ,..,....,.,.,.���....... .��,.�����,..............��  I     y i*          '    ���        .7_- -i-,          ^-5*.     ��;          . '.o.M. j    _* r.'.J,    ,     -       ,      ��� s��SZ&             '���       .-.'..���         ;^sk           "..ft-,                                "    '      RZEfet' �� a'  -.'"     7*.  ,7.7   ,    ' ,'      ,   '    '     " Hero'��on eeonomifcol way; to.    a  * Put your message into 3.894 , .  homes (15,000 -readers) In  5 these economical. spots; Your  S ad is always.then for quick  ��      reference ...__. anytlmel  . reach 3,894 , homes (15,000  , readers) every week. Your ad  ~ waits potiently for ready refer*  .  en��je ,  ,'.'. anytime!  i��,..,..,..................m.M..WH........u��.....,...,M, ulafa..M.^^ ,...,....^..iu.��m....u... ..... ...�� ��,��n..,i,.�� �� ���np.,,.ulm.,.,���H.um.,uHunl.,,m.,HH,nM,.,..n.i,,,.,u,H��H,,l.lm r.  ACCOUNTANTS     . ,  ,  -7.   ;        "  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res.. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gjbsons, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES (con.)   ; : "���!   ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL^MAR answering service  ��� Offlco ��� Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates1  "Novor Miss Another Phone-Call"  885-2245  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.    7    .  "ALL BUDDING,MATERIALS"  ->.    "READY-MIX"-  "CONCRETE - GRAVEL"      >  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL, PAINT"   .  886-2642' 886-7833  Highway 101 ��� Gibsons  ANTIQUES  BEAVER HOUSE ANTIQUES  Good Selection-of Furniture,, China,  Paintings, Collectible &'Crafts.  Martin Road, Francis Peninsula  PHONE 883-9185, MADEIRA PARK  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS      -  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  -    WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  *    " * (Free Estimates)'  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  DISPOSAL SERVICES ,  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  ��� ,     PORT MELLON,TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when  renovating or spring  cleaning  call  us  N    fQr your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  MACHINE SHOPS  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1; Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���-  GENERAL MACHINE .WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz Service    <  -     Diesel .Work  24 HOUR SERVICE   '   . .  Sechelt ��� 885-2523 days 9.885^2108 eves.  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship,  Bob Forrester,,  Phone 885-9464    -  CARPETS  ROGER ALLEN  Drafting Services  -ARCHITECTURAL - RENOVATIONS  LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  ' Repairs,  New Carpet  Sales and  Installation.  Service Guaranteed.  Corner of Pratt Rd. and Rocmund  CONTRACTORS  -CIVIL-HOME DESIGN  ��3 '-  Wharf Road (over Iriy Bird) $eehelt  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pondor  Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  HOURS:  techelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 ov.mrt6*3"p.m.'  fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.'to'3 p.mr  Sibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 pirn.  , 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.  ���    EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEL - FILL  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  Quality Builders^  SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM BUILT HOUSES  886-9698  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  ' Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  BLASTING  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING,  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Linos  Call for a f#e estimate anytime.  TED DONELY      .' Pender Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock -'Crushed Gravel, etc.  ,We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  y      ,,'to serve you.^y      '   "���  ,  R.R. 1  Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering   -  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D.W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1,, Madeira Park  Phone'883-2749  -  At the Sign of tho Chevraer  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  i   & MARINE SERVICE, LTD,  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  ' Standard Marine Station  PkMM 886-7721     W 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  L CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Boy, B.C.  ~  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  /���r Canoes  ��� Runabouts  ���- Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES ��� PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE _  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers.  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed^.'  Phone 885-2622 -< .  Box73, Sechelt, B.C&.  , -'ii'  777  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs  PHONB. VBRN, 085-2525 or 006-2344  ._.--.,  ���     " "       ��� "   '  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  885-2713  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  v     FREE ESTIMATES  L8.H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel ��� Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box, 172, Socholt, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phono 885-9413  JOHN C. ELECTRIC  New Installation -  Rewiring  Electric Heat - Design  Residential - .Commercial  SPECIALIZE IN ELECTRONIC  Wilson Creek 885-2758  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential,- Industrial - Commercial      >  All work guaranteed -,Fre�� estimates.    <x%  -   Joo McCann, Box 157) Madeira Park  Phene 803-9913  JIM McECENZII  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 385-9976  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd.)  ��   Complete Maintenance  ��  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  24-Hr  Bex 920, Sechelt    ServjCg     Tol. 885-2712  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing - Heating - Installations  Renovations - Sewer Hook-ups  All work guaranteed 1 year - Prices on request  886^7638 ��� Certified" Plumber  ��   ' Box 165, GIBSONS   L & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  ',   -SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST-  Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918  1 ll. Mitchell & R. .Mitchell  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons .   . , -  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  "Hot Water Heating -"'Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES' All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  t  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ���-'Ventilation  ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial  Free Estimates-��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt    Tel. 885-2712  '  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES,���   .  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466'  Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sake and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer   '  Contract & Renovations    -  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 er 886-7872  ROOFING (Cont.)  SUNSHINE ROOFING  - SHAKES' ���SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes .early - check our prices firsr  @  Custom shakes split to order '"',  ���->.-.,       ��' R��0,f repairs '' '.<���.'   ,  <    ��" Eaves and trough cleaning    '\,  Box 380, Sechelt ' Phone 885-9873  ROOFING-  * Repairs.  RE-ROOFING  .  *  Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid - Tor & Gravel  RE-ROOFING  AND  REPAIRS-  ,  ^  Free Estimates -All Work, Guaranteed  Box 948, Sechelt   ������ Phone 885-9091  SEPTIC TANKS  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  Manufacturers of FRP septic tanks.  Available in any size.  Phone: 886-2953  SEWING  MACHINES   BERN1NA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  MOTELS  BULLDOZING  Piggott Bros.  FISHING  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  BOAT RENTALS - RAMP  COTTAGES - CAMPSITES  TRAILER SITES - ICE  Box 18  GARDEN BAY   003-2424, 803-2577  FUEL  CAT D4D  885-2325  MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  ITD.  BUILD TO SUIT  PRE-FAB HtXJSG ERECTION  RENOVATIONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS ABUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs r  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  i  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People}  ' ALL. PLYWOOD:  Exotic and Construction  ', Panolllna - Doors - Mouldings  Glues - Insulation  Hw. 101    ���..  Gibsons, 7-- 086-9221  .������,���,.��,YGur���.,..Bu5lne5s....Card.,���,��� ,.,,  in this space wlllN  roach nearly 12,000'people!  Low cost....'^iHlQh powar  PHONE 005-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing,- Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone Socholt 885-9550  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  7     Septic Tank��� Dltchlno  ,:,,��.��,��.,��,��,, Excavotlno."raw.Land.Clearlno-.��'�����p��p.p.>����  Road Building ������r Gravel A\ Fill  886-2830  PonGonPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  G, W. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks - ExcavatlrtQ  Lovol Ing & Landscaping  Phono Jerry, 003-2680  iRNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ���SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  R. STEPHANSON  GULF OIL 'AGENT  Bottom of Wharf Road  SECHELT 805-9621  .,    ��� Evos; 885-2192  FLOORING -CABINETS  MOTOR MOTEL "900"  pt Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast  Highway  Modern Completely Equipped-Housekeeping  Units with Electric Ranges* and Refrigerators.  NEW AND SPARKLING CLEAN  Barbecues and Hibachis available as a  courtesy to guests.  Rates from $9.00 a day single to  $18.00 a day for four.  Special weekly and monthly off-season rates.  TELEPHONE 883-9939  RADIATORS  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroke, 4-stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019   ' ��  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gibsons  G.&E. RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos,  Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK!  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  & APPLIANCE  SERVICE  ���Used appliances for sale���  'Pratt Road, Gibsons ���  886-9959  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT    ���  RENTALS and SALES ,  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototillers - Generators - Pumps -  v , 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, Davio Bay, 885-2848  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Troos - Fortlllwr  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  BACKHOE - DITCHING - SEPTIC TANKS  LANDSCAPING  885-2439 Socholt, D.C.  .__ Cab!nets' ^Cargote V Linoleums  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennett,/sales manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie TStreet Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phono 083-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���Full llotol FacilltiM���.  FRANK  E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  .,'.. ' Secholt-Mondays-885-9712    ,  mimmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammwmmmmmmmmmm  PAINTING & DECORATING  .���"'���������a &.c":"r'" r"  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR * EXTERIOR  BRUSH- SPRAY OR ROLL  Call: 886 2512  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  ,. .. Don 943, Secholt  885-2734 Evonlno��7 BB5-2936  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All typ�� of Pointing      -  .Private & Commercial  General Delivery  ��� Madeira Pork, P.C.  i 883-2678 N  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES   7  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 oyoo.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Road, Gibsons  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting > Plants1- T��l*vi*lons  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers -Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools ' ->'  PHONE 886-2848 -^ 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIt STORES  m *,*��*!* rtliV MM*!iriS.E$  C & S HARDWARE  Secholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  GENERAL STORE  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  "Francis Peninsula Road  Ponder Harbour - 883-2419  AL'S SIGNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners -' Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - -Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  STEAM CLEANING   MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���Industrial Equipment   ���  ���Automotive  PHONE 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  SURVEYORS   ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wdgenaar  B.C: LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt,.B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES     -   COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phene 886-2700  .     SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available |  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m, to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  . Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING it SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving ft Leg Towing  L. HIGGS  0 Phone  885-9425  TREE TOPPING "  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  - Complete Tree Sorvlco  - Prompt, Guaranteed,  Insured Work  - Prices you can trust  Phono J. RISDEY, 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - clean-up' your wooded areas, ,  - remove lower limbs for vlow  1 - top, tall trees adjacent to buildings  Marv Volen 886-9597  T.V. arid RADIO  J8.C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES ft SBRYICE  ���wq service oil brandsi���<  885-2568  ^U*����.^-��noKtto.Coast,.CQblfl^.|s|pn.__^��,^.w.^^  SECHELT ,      .. ��� 7   '  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES "  fi, SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ���, ELECTROHOME  , and ZENITH DEALERS  "m THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Dox 799, Sechelt ��� Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  VACUUM  CLEANERS "  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  "'���"'���J''''"M'fi��'*iNSULATION*~"i~'1" "  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR ft GRAVEL  yilW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Bok'281. 6|b��ons ,  886-7320  ELECTROLUX  Sales o\ Sorvlco  885-9244  ������,,.��� yJ(r these-"spaces-*to"*-~r-,  reach nearly 12,000 people  ���very woekl   ,,,M.,��.u;.,I.H..MI.IHM...H.IIlmMMM.M.��IIM...IIMM HUM I , i H|imMiiMM��MMikiMIMIM'lrtM��Hni^  ""M  l��IM��IMlMl��WMM����MM����IM��MII|IMf��������MMIMII����M,��",,,',,��",',,��"��,,_,  B  ,���.,...��.,.��........,.. .��..; '�� ��� "��� ��� " ��� ' '"'" '. 7 '7s ''   ' "r       f1 "7"    "'  The Peninsula Times Pago B-5  Wednesday, August 21, 1974   -  R77<  lEiiiff leli we�� preiiii  *7; SECHELT--t^w Baldwin resigned from! the7( '^antt most felt.that thejf w<  ;*7exeputiVe7or the7Sechelt7 and7DisMct    to, contribute * tor the ~ cpsst, 'of > proposed  * t .fkAmUnn   nC ^nmiMAM/iA * 14   mAit^ ��A>nAwraft   o+ rlannftnHtta  /tans -     *���,   i * ~     /  -w  '  ���/T-.V, ��� --...-.': >  "'-f* 7V-'     > \ i'p.SECHELT���l^^dwinwsigneJfi^flie';'.an(imostfe!tthatftey'fl��)lUdn*tbeprepared   JV  ��� ",���. ^��E*' into ��� ^ertace - ^^"feSS^^Sistavi'. me^^conie by ?����� p.-,,^  7 tiabyVbirth safely in, His hands realizing   J?���"9 ^JW"  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moloughney  Photo by Peninsula Photographers  Summer rites ...  A  J���^l  SECHELT ��� St. Hilda's Anglican Church * was organist for the service.  aawi^i-M. nuaasi^ucan^nurua    was orgaraswor^u�� "���*. ���    mentioned in Scripture? If you say you are a  was the scene of a recent wedding when the    ,.  Outof-town guests were, from��� Powell     rhrioKan ���     h���f      Hscnhpv       fhriQt'c!  I howharmoniouslylovesurroundsthemdther '   Mbrgan Thompson. saidhefeltthat there.u,  and child. Dwelling in thoughs of His' care, weretwmanjrstudente^  xrefusing to discuss or listen to negativities of of supervisors avadable. ��� u.p^^:;.      ,  thinking, we keep the e^erience of birth free ,   .MissBaisUonqfMissBeeJssuggestedthat '  ;'from inharmony.    >   O .  y ''     -' me vilUge, ffrmly. fasten garbage cans r  'y For further information or free literature around 'the area./She^ complained that ,  on Christian Science^ please contact the children and dogs, contiiially taidcked the  Assistant Committee on Publications for the receptables oyer. '". 7  77         " .  ���     '  1 Sunshine Coast:.. 885-9778.      - \    7- It was "suggested that Booth* report ,to/  1,    .     f      7 7 council that morei decorative cannisters * '*  ' L    .          <  t . _    \      7 , .installed.>"' w , \'7 ������   ''   ���    ��� ,  '--"  7     a'    '   f "                 #7. tV 'a    "Wodldv the businessmen be prepared  I- r*/"\m    f"riA    r\l ll Flit .'helP Pay f��r the new,cans?".Booth"aske  IIUUL    ��iw    fJU.LfJLL "Why ��� should' we,','   said   Thompson,  "We're-paying hightaxes now,  ^by Poatbr Gerry Foster,       ''ioVthTsk^howWotheV'member^felt^ ^  *   Continuing with our four part, series on " and President Jorgensen asked those present  - _u__j^___k_____��^^ y>  r 1 1 Mm ijpM����a��mflmwM��^:>iupi��,iw,��  how we may know that we are a Christian we  are told in John's first epistle that "if we  keep His commandments we may be sure  that we know Christ'', and knowing Him in a  "1 personal way is to be a Christian. ,  Well, this is an easy one we think. "Jhe ten "  commandments probably come to mind and  we think we are doing pretty good in this  department. But there are a lot more; than  ten ordinances in, the Bible that we. must  follow. Jesus gave us a few and we would do  '  well to consider, what He had to say  regarding our. relationship to Him., Does  Christ mean more to you than anyone else?  Are you serving him with your whole heart,  strength,   mind   and   will?   These   are  "   commandments and may come as a surprise  to many5 who' have not read .beyond the.t  famous ten commands.    '  >     To  keep: the   Lord's  commandments  includes regarding them  with watchful  , interest and approval. They must be guarded .  and preserved as something precious, 'and  - they must be obeyed. When is the last time  you read them or asked for His direction in a���  certain -< matter which was not directly  Rev. J.G. Godkin officiated at the marriage ' JEtiver;\Yukon,1 Terrace and Portland,  of Jane Whitaker and Robert Moloughney.. < , A reception followed at the home, of Mrs.  The bride is the daughter of the late Ken S. Dawe where'Mrs. J. Parker presided at  Whitaker and Mrs. Whitaker. Her "groom is" the urns and the, bride'* nieces, Tracy and  the son vof Mr. and Mrs. Jules H. ^Sandy .Whitaker, with .their'brother, Ken,  Moloughney of Ottawa. 7 assisted. The toast, was proposed by Phil  Attendants were^lilrs.'Spencer Wigard    Groves of Portland.'    y  and T.M. Moloughney. Mrs. Dave Hayward        The bride is the granddaughter of the late    '*>    .    Herbert Whitaker, one ,of Sechelt's early  settlers, and of,the late Bill Sinclair of  Pender Harbour and Mrs. Ian McKechnie of  Gower Point. -..*.,  Christian ��� ., but ;   ,disobey   ,    Christ's  commandments the Bible says you are a liar.  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Secholt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY  8:30 and 10:00 a.m.  WEDNESDAYS at 10:30 o.m.  THE REV. N. J. GODKIN, 883-2640  '     )  Hazel Skytte latest $100  winner in lions 400 draw  , /  GIBSONS���Winner of last week's lions 400      Club draw for $100 was Hazel ^kytte., of  ���������������ia��i..i.������...."i. iii..i.i.i.ii.i.r��ii r   ' Gibsons. Her ticket was drawn by Rev. Jim  5��^S^S^  "l^  J* 1 *' <1 I  Bo&fiiig &nd  Fishing. Tips  , PRESENTED BY  i���RCURYUND  Tho United Church  of Canada  .     '      SERVICES:  St. John's United Church - Davio Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Gibiont Unirod Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  MINISTRY:  Rev. Jim Willamson, Gibsons, 886-2333 I  '���UIIIIIHIUI. jlllllM Illllll H... iimmiJ  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  , DAVIS BAY  Sunday School 10:00 a.m,  Morning Worship J,lj1Sa.m.  Evening Service ������, ,   7:30 p.m."  Prayor & Bible Study, Wed.    7:30 p.m.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. ,.- 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 885-2671    ���  PASTOR: FRED NAPORA  Williamson.  Proceeds of the raffle will go-towards  provision of a driving training program at,  Elphinstone Secondary School. '7  Christian Science  Church services are held each Sunday  at 11:15 a.m. in St, John's United  Church, Davis Bay, by an informal  group of Christian Scientists. Everyone  welcome. Phone 885-9778.or 886-7882.  ���������������������.������������iiiniiinii.i.i��..i.i.n.i.Mi��i.i.ii.ii��..iiii��.��r  Glbcons Pentecostal  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 o.m.  | Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  PHOHE 886-7107  J Pastor: Gerry Foster  iu��.iai.>��...>IUI.IIIIUM>l��l>IHIU>.>I.MII>IIM>H*M��l>Mlf  p l  MMMM  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  WADING SMALL  STREAMS  Ever get fired of lighting the  crowds on your favorite lake or  river? Want to get in on some of  that alj-by-yourself fishing but you  don't want to drive 500 miles to  do it? Grab your, old sneakers, an ���  old pair of britches and your ultralight tackle, and head for the  smallest creek you can find.  Look at the map of almost any-  ^county in any state and you'll find  dozens, of .little-blue lines that are  very small streams. A lot of these  - will be dry most of the year, but  many arc shallow* clear flowing  streams,   ankle   deep   for   long  stretches, but with pockets of pro-  . ductive fishing water.  Chances are, most people have  seen only the shallow spots and  figured no self-respecting fish could >  or would live in such a body of  K water. As ft result, only a few  anglers "in the know'' and some  extra-smart farm boys with their  cane poles nnd worms wi,ll be  your angling .competition, You  probably won't sec another fisherman around, which is more or  less the whole idea ��� ISN'T IT?  Fishing thoso areas Isn't likely  to produce a stjringcr of lunkcrs  every time you go out.  In fact, most of tho flsh you  IfSS^__��3?R__?_��^ fM9rn% I'lM^waP*^?*^'^^^  Fridays qnd $��twday$  885-9769 and 885-9811 for Reservations  Clonod Mondayn  TUES,  & WED. 6-12 THURS.  & FRI, 6-2  SATURDAYS 6-1  A.M.  SUNDAYS 6   TIL MIDNIGHT  THEAIHE  Dining and Dancing ���  RESTAUlAHf  off Piapng:  BANQUETS - RECEPTIONS - PRIVATE PARTIES - MEETINGS  In fact, most of tho flsh you  catch will bo pretty small -which is  why wo urge tho use of ultra-light  tackle,, Tho light lines or leaders  and the small lures or files will  bo ,tho most productive,  ��� ���� Wellko to -lise 2-pound test lino  with l/32nd or l/16th ounce jigs  or spinner lures on our spinning  Jackie. On a flyrod, wb liko a 6X  or 7X leader, one that tests out nt  two pounds or less with small  streamer flics, wet flics, dry flics,  or very (.mall poppers. One of our  favorite combinations Is n small  spinner, a wet Dlnck Knnt nnd a  tiny fly pork find. -  Most of tfic action will bo provided by a variety of flnny midgets,  known commonly ns blucgill,  perch, brim, nuntlsli and half n  down other local nnmes. A half  pound flsh is considered a pretty  good catch on most of these Utile  streams but once in a while u  larger one will decide to thrill you,  Small   bass,   primarily   small-  mouth nnd somo Inrgemouth, as  "Weil its other varietiesTof game fish *  of ton Inhabit the deeper holes of,  jufh jtrcams.  Don't sell wading these streams  short,, however, Uvcry once, in-a  while, they'll ��urprlsc you.  Since lho hiking h often  rUgitcd and n Utile Mick, wo prefer  to wade "wet" without boots or  wndcrn. And, wo like to uso the  "buddy" nyatem Just In coso n slip  on a rock sprains nn ankle or >  something. .  k . . ..  MM  } 11 ���n/7W'^--n^/^i"^Z\fs:) .* cy.p  M  "JiiSJwS'  Page , B-6 The Peninsula Times  ���     Wednesday, August- 21, 1974  Bailie y- heads'  Buck cup dri^e  ��** T . svw^���w  i,.  <*��� -.-v, .=��� ��� ���-.- _ ;.f yaf. ��� ���      - : ��� y ��-,: .; v^H^saqfi^B ^*��_#f  <��� J        - _������__.*���" I  LEA of Thormanby Island near Buccaneer Bay calls boaters from many  areas. Here, two from Washington tie up  side by side in tlie.sheltered waters  between the mainland and the island.  Local scouts attended  Nat Bamey, well-known restauranteur,  has been appointed, British Columbia  chairman of the 1974 "Buck-A-Cup"  campaign of the Canadian Restaurant  Association.  Buck-A-Cup is a national campaign of the  CRA, and consists of restaurant staff selling  wallet cards for $1 each. Patrons, who  purchase the cards will be entitled to*  unlimited free coffee or tea on Sept. 25. The  individual members of the association will  donate the coffee, tea, cream and sugar.  Proceeds of the.campaign will be used for  programs to assist handicapped children and  adults. In. British Columbia, this* will be  shared by the lions Society for Crippled  Children and Adults and the Kinsmen  Rehabilitation Foundation.  In accepting the appointment as  chairman, Bailley noted that this is the,only  national fund, raising project of the  restaurant association and is designed to  provide much heeded financial assistance to  programs for the handicapped, .through the  involvement of members of the food service  industry in the over 70 communities in B.C.  in 2 hours!  > -  For full, free information - No Obligation .write:  PRE-FAB CHIMNEYS  1748 Kingsway  Phone 872-7802  Vancouver, B.C.  Troop scouter Maxwell Hammersmyth,  together with 23 scouts from the Gibsons, .  Sechelt and Wilson Creek troops, recently  returned from the second B.C. Jamboree of  Challenge, held at Camp Barnard near  Sooke, on Vancouver Island. "Here,  Hammersmyth describes a few of the  experiences and activities enjoyed by the  local boys."  Sixty-five buses, 12 semi-trailers and  numerous private vehicles converged last  week on 270-acre Camp Barnard, four miles  north of Soolce, to disgorge some 4,000 scouts  and leaders onto the rugged wilderness site  that would be,overnight, transformed into a  boy's town twice the size of Gibsons.  From every province and from states as  far as'Pennsylvania, boys (including Inuit  Eskimos) aged 11 to 17 raised a 600-unit tent  town that seemed literally to grown out of the  erratic forest floor.  The young multitude was spread over five  sub-camps and therein divided into troops of  35 (including three leaders) formed from  four basic eight-man patrol units upon which  the logistics.system, budgeted at $65,000 and  supplied by 37.Victoriafirms.., ���>   .  In., tribute to the camp, a letter from  Premier Barrett, presented by Esquimalt  MLA Jim Gorst, noted the government's  pride in supporting this great youthful event  and mentioned the need for young men with  the pioneering spirit of optimism, courage,  resourcefulness, brotherhood, integrity and  loyalty to develop the province's coastline,  interior and its vast northlands.  Escorted by skirling bagpipes and  scarlet-tunicked Mounties, former  lieutenant-governor Major-General George '  Pearkes mounted the arena platform for the  opening speech as flags of the ten provinces,  two territories, Canada, the U.S.,and  scouting's international flag dramatically  unfurled and, with a sea, of faces turned  upward, hundreds of multi-colored1 balloons  ��� were released into the bright evening sky  adding color and gesture to this impressive  occasion.,        , ,  k *  In the troop campsite, boys, motherless  for 10 days, accepted cheerfully the rotating  chores of carry it, cook lt, clean it up ~ and  stood taller for their pains, Itten patrol  competitiveness turned the meanest of tasks  into a strategic encounter as.the scouts  learned to keep themselves, their kitchens  and tent areas neat and presentable, gravely  limiting the number of candidates for k.p.  and (scouting's keep-your-bowels-open  latrine) duty, Once camp-wide patrol project  , with creative and / or comic results began  with the Issue of some 6<K) do-it-yourself  picnic table kits, and ended, in not a few  cases, with the sudden collapse of both  structure and dignity,  60 ACTIVITIES-  Out of tho campsite, nn estimated 25,000  visiting munis, dads and sundry kin saw  their  sons  choose from  more than 60,  activities to qualify for the jamboree's  Challenge Award.  Included were water jousting, log birling, ���  war canoes, sailing and snorkelling at CFB  Royal Roads, trail biking, rifle and archery  ranges, obstacle course with aerial runway,  initiative tests (including surmounting'a  sheer 12-ft wall), firelighting without  matches, BCAA driver training, ham radio  station contact, mountaineering, horse-back .  riding, and competing in La Rat 500 model  car race, made from and powered by rat  traps. Even the simplest requirement would  turn into a prodigious business should 3,499  others wish to do the same thing at the same  time.  Other attractions, included the Tommy  Tompkins outdoor show, two rock groups, a  tour of CFB Esquimalt with a harbor trip  onboard a fleet yard craft, followed by a visit  to the* Parliament Buildings, provincial  museum, or just a few free hours away from  those 'lousy leaders' and a spectacular  performance by Sooke's world champion  loggers. t ��� -'      ,  ... On>dusty Jambo Way, main artery linking  all sub-camps, you could, in time, meet  everyone in camp plying between the trading  post, canteen, post office, and the bank  where Canadian and U.S. funds were-  exchanged for unique jamboree currency ���  chip like jambos ��� the camp's only legal  tender. But there's always an angle, as bank  officials spotted two ordinary poker chips  among their receipts.  WATER ALLOTMENTS ���  In addition to its extensive swimming and  boating activities during the ten hot days,  Young Lake, around which the camp nestles,  provided the water system by which each  boy's three-gallon daily limit helped wash off  ice-cream and dust-stained faces. Leaders  felt holier with their five gallon ration, while  15 gallons were allotted to each female staff  member (which probably accounts for the  secondary status of Arab women).  Other statistics include  10  miles  of  communication cables, 20 miles of rope, 40  trail bikes, 75 rifles with 90,000 rounds, and 50  bows firing one thousand arrows, 200,000 ,  cans of pop sold, and quarter of a million icecream bars consumed. Most, of the activities  equipment, generously donated,by leading  firms, was sold off at bargain prices at the  jamboree's end: $215 canoes for' $135,  sailboats,' rifles, snorkel sets for savings up  to 70 per cent. Equipment was also won in ,  prizes: a motorcycle to a Port Coquitlam  scout, inscribed paddles tc^ Ihe West  Vancouver war canoe crew, a rifle to a  Seattle scout for the 14 years and over shoot-  off, a rifle to the best 13 years and under  marksman, Patrol Leader Joel Bellerive  from -wait for it - Gibsons, B.C. Let's hear it  for Joel! But the fastest wall-climbing team,  from Lake Cowichan7 over the top in 48  seconds didn't get the 12-ft. wall.  On the last evening, in keeping with the  jamboree atmosphere, 300 sea cadets from  all parts of Canada and their band, under  training in HMCS Naden, presented highly,  skilled precision marching and field gun  drills, executed a ceremony of the flags,-  discharged a number of courtesy small arms|  volleys, and fired'off a trboming salute fronr-  the field gun as an exciting part of the closing  ceremony.  As the smoke drifted away that  memorable evening, so the following day,  starting from 3 a.m., the thousands of weary  boys began drifting silently homewards.    "  FRANK E: DECKER  GFMETHIST.  IS NOW LOCATED  IN DENTAL CLINIC  Above iBank of Montreal  MONDAYS, except HOLIDAYS  885-9712  GIBSONS, mt, 886-2248  ffitt^iW-frfflfcAi lar.nifiw  sssss&sss,  .EK��y^S:i'p  Man for Himself  ERICH FROMM  A Nation of Sheep  LEDEREtt  Tlio Implosion Conspiracy  NIZER  Birds of Canada  ���.    .GODFREY  \   y  Laughing All the Way  HOWAR  The Jesuit '���  GALLAHJ0E  Western Canada's larges  plpood and panelling  dealer brings yon the  ��araitIi and beauty  of real teak at an  economical price:  Windsor's  .  *  !  4' x 8' x 4-mm  Create an handsome feature wallin your  living ropniror surround pm den with the  golden richness of Asiatic teak,   great  value Li prefinished panel at this Windsor price!  . THE  OQcqgsaoEa   PLYWOOD  ��___��___#       BW*. ' PEvIPLfc'     ���'  SUNSHINE COAST HWY. Phone 8869221  I  ��  *j  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS  Including Regional District Residents Not In A Municipality  NEW REGULATIONS. In the forthcoming civic or municipal elections, all residents  who are qualified vote in the area in which they reside. Applications for registration  in accordance with the Municipal Act, should be on file with the Qerk's Office, at  your city or municipal hall by the closing day, September 3,1974. ���"���  "       '       '        '       ' ��� '  Persons enumerated for the civic or municipal voters list earlier this year are npw  registered (you may check by calling the Clerk's Office). PROPERTY OWNERS  ARE NO LONGER AUTOMATICALLY ON THE VOTERS LIST. Being on Provincial or Federal voters' lists does not entitle you to vote in a civic or municipal  election,, . '  Persons who have not been enumerated can make application for registration at the  Clerk's Office in their city or municipal hall, or by'sending in the form below; If a  resident of a Regional District outside a municipality, please contact the Administrator oif; your Regional District.  Ploaoo mall to clerk's Ofllco, city or Municipal Hall In tho aroa whoro ypu rooido  APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS AN ELECTOR.  |#����f ��**�� *���**��> _>����������.  Dated at  B.C ,.,  Plonoo do not wrllo anything In this spaco >  Munlolpnllly or rioQlonnl District oloo.ornl i��<m  .............. .......1974.     /"' '   '.'  I horoby certify that!am a Oanadian oltlzon or a British  oubjoct by birth (or by naturalization na dolallod bolow),  ��that I am of tho full ago of nlnotoon yoaro,tht��t ,1 havo  . resided in Drltlah Columbia for tho past six moritha and  In Canada for tho paot twolvo montho, nnd that tho  addrooa bolow lo my proaont roaldonco,  Signature of applicant, In Ink,  .' ,  signature o( wltnoaa, in Ink,  ..wltnoao  Addroas of vyltnosa  '                                                   1  Mr./Mro./Mloa/Ma.          '  "r-~-"-  1  (  1  ���  ���  ���  Surname of applicant In block loitora                  '                     , Given namoa In ful  '(no initials)  Street flddreaa or deacrlptlon'of location If residence la In rural area-postal Oodo  -*  ����� City, town, vlllaoo or dlotrlot *~  Poataladdroas If dlfforont from nbovo  Occupation  Details of naturalization, tf applicable  Social Insurance number on birthday  ^_ ; ldj**tj_t (month),  JM,  A facsimile or reasonable copy of this form may bo uaod for additional qualified volora to mako application  mw+fctiM^***  l����t_Wfcj,*_B ii Htk _lfcM__ **^*M  i "Mi nn'ii mil in m  ��� m*i��tfci��Mi�� ui  it ���>!���-*> ���*/. *J* nH-iMfta  >iflnMUH*ml���Wa_ton4W#Mliii>mmiiw0' ���**��**���> //  *^%v 7 ��� s  v*  <c��  y  77* A  '^  ^%\hm��hy, ~s*L.yJ  ST. MARY'S Hospital sure gives good complained    of    abdominal    pains,  and fastservice, testifies five-year-old* Fearing appendicitis, Elliott rushed the  Stephen Gladdis, posing here with his .boy to St. Mary's Hospital where he was  mother, Mrs. Allan Gladdis. Last week put on the operating table within an  Stephen    and    his    mother     and hour,   He  had   a   ruptured  hernia,  -grandfather, Jack Elliott of Pender Stephen's fine now and before resuming  Harbour, were driving to Stephen's his trip to the city, stopped for a picture  Vancouver home when the youngster at The Times. ,  i   I,     j, i i,   i    i . i    ��� ��� " . .       . . _.   Ml ,  Happenings around the Harbour  H. by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  oir'f issues  hpuslug report  Housing Minister Lome Nicolson has  issued the first status report on provincial  .housing programmes since the department  of housing was established late last year., .  ��� ; .The report indicates that the department,  of housing had 11,740 units of social housing  . under construction or in the planning stage  as of. August 1. This figure includes 5,534  provincial family, units, 1,654 provincial  senior citizens rental units, 2,668 non-profit  senior citizens units! 737 non-profit special  care beds, 906 par value co-operative units,  76 building co-operative units and 170 remote  area housing .dwellings.  The status report also shows that the  provincial government is creating 4,627 lots  in subdivisions throughout the province.  The housing minister also announced that  the department of housing has made a record  number of home acquisition grants and  second mortgages. In the first seven months  of 1974, 21,556 grants' and mortgages were  approved compared with 18,366 in 1973.  Nicolson said that the figures in the status  report do not include a number of very large  projects in the Vancouver, and Victoria areas  that are still in the conceptual stage.  He added, "Last February I announced in  the legislature that the province intended to  initiate 2,500 family rental units, 3,000 senior  citizens units, 1,500 co-operative units, and  service 1,000 home lots in crown subdivisions  this year. From the way the department of  housing's programme is shaping up, it is  dear that some of these targets will be  exceeded. But, this will not deter me from  rapidly expanding the department's  activities as long as the need for better  accommodation remains so great in many  British Columbia communities'  Wednead y, August 21, 1974      Tha Peninoulo Timea     .    Pogo B-7  Mona Beatrice Gibson, 78, died and was  buried last week in the cemetry on Warnock  Road.  Born in Brigham, Que. she was married  at 14 and was widowed in 1960 shortly after  her golden wedding anniversary.  She is survived by two sons and five  daughters���Larry, of Burnaby; and Rex of  Prince Rupert, Estella O'Connell* Jean  Rousseau, and Doris Crichton, all of Madeira  Park, Edna Caswell of Kamloops, and Vera  Binder of Burnaby. A third son, Kenneth  predeceased her. In addition, she is survived  by 27 grandchildren and 38 great  grandchildren.  Mrs. Gibson moved to the Peninsula 36  years ago with her husband, E.O. Gibson, a  well-known fish buyer on the west coast.  They had previously lived in the Peace River  area, Drumheller, and for a period during  the depression years in Edmonton, Alberta.  They came here to homestead a 20-acre site  at Silver Sands Creek. ' ^.,^,^���  "One of her grand-daughters told me that  this enterprising lady actually built the  family home at Siver Sands with the help of  her children. They dismantled bunk houses  which had been, built for workers in the  relief camps, carefully cleaning the lumber  and straightening the nails, and these  provided the materials for their new home.  She also constructed rock terraces and filled  them to provide garden space, and she kept  goats and chickens.  I didn't know Mona Gibson, but I think she  would have been proud to hear her granddaughter's recounting ofher life and death.  She told me "Gran was a very 'home'  person���everything she did was for her  family.". The Gibsons left "the Silver Sands  homesite some 25 years ago to move to a new  place on Francis Peninsula, but the  homsestead is still held in the family; and  although the house is gone, the rock terraces  are still there to remind members of the  family of the vigorous woman who pioneered  there.  UNIDENTIFIED OB.JECT  object... Sandy Reid, out of Mary Island,  had some excitement last week. He  discovered an object on his beach, roughly,  conical 'in shape, and about three feet by  three feet, which look suspiciously like an  unexploded bomb to him. He reported it, and  Cpl, Bill Van de Braak came out with two  men from the explosives ordinance  ��� department of Canadian .Armed Forces  (that's the bomb disposal unit) to check it  out. Turned out to bo harmless, but  something of a souvenir. It's an anchor bUoy  used on the old Catallna aircraft, and still  bears on RCAF stomp on the ond, Tho  servicemen sold it hnsn't been In uso'by tho  air force since about 1942. The Catalinas,-  incidentally, are still used for water bombing  of forest fifes. ,  From Egmont I hear that school teacher  Ron Fearn with wife Heather and young son  Michael have returned from their vacation,  . which included a two-week stay in Hawaii.  And the Fearns' big news is that young  Michael has' learned to swim���quite an  accomplishment for a youngster .less than  three years old.  A small aluminum boat belonging to Dave  Simpkins of Egmont sank under him after  grounding on rocks in the Tzoonie River  recently. Dave and his companions managed  to get out and returned home safely, but he'  thought he'd lost the boat, until the fishing  boat Faith-P, skippered by Vee, volunterred  to take Dave and group of friends up to  , attempt a salvage operation. The young men  waded in and got a line on it, and managed to  work it free from the log under which it was  pinned.  .Tljie ^ current    then    swept   it^  ,7 downstream and theynwere aBleto retrTeve��"  it. K  The only other news from Egmont is that  gardeners there - are having difficulty  keeping the deer from eating up their  vegetables. .Anyone know a way of  discouraging these free loaders, short of  shooting them?    -  FREEZE FOR .FRESHNESS  To maintain top quality in a freezer, meat  must be wrapped carefully, reminds  Consumers' Association of Canada.  Wrapping on fresh meat will protect it  against over-handling but is not suitable for  long-term freezing in cold, dry air. Before  placing meat in the freezer, unwrap, then  rewrap in aluminium foil or durable,  seamless plastic freezer bags. Press out air  and seal tightly with freezer tape. Air left in a  package will cause oxidative changes  resulting in off-flavours.  Early Canadian, wood-carving was  taught at a school'of handicrafts established in 1675 at Cap Tourmente by 'Mom-  seigneur de Laval.  2143 Kingsway  |s0jS��S|  E, E...(Mickey) COE  BROWN BROS. FORP  40th and West Bouloyard (opposite Korrisdalo Arena)  41 it- and Granville Street, Vancouver 13/ B.C.  SteJafaga  ���L*>toP(P;v*VK^*i.��.P..  ^^rmvMmmmmmm^mmmm  uss  EBBE81  SEE  with a smile from our factory-trained mechanics!  K     / ._��_iei...���iii .nmJii p  p.m Hiu��yi.|inn<iiin��|  IX     \  ; . aj t-t. ���.:"  %.��   *i -'    ������*.     ������ fc '���'��� ���.*'���"'���'. I ��� ��� ���;  'I    **       ���   �����.---���<..��:.:��.' ���   '  t  . -Tr *-r    ' -1* i  - -,   \..  W..*��..    |mv . �����.*���_. _fc    raj  _    _.    ,.   *  ICUMY  ./^*%, *.-*?��� vV'  .   -,     ._.��"��.--        1.   -    .i��fe '4.  "      *   '    '.        "      >'-,'...   a     .      '  ��-��-I.MtflMMPP*M��MMrib��lwMM*lUMMMteMM*M��talM*  Ab Haddock  I gJSSl     MERCRUISER 0105  KE?J     OUTBOARDS 0112  7 __��'_��� m :jr*M*m M**^ m'Mntm.^  COMPLETE  PARTS ft SERVICE  EW ft USED MOTORS  OLYMPIC B0RIS���  BOX 160, MADEIRA PARK  MARINA RESORT  ���nSsagsaagsxaggBig  B^a^MBga��SS^BWBaipi��  Birth Without Travail  The love and caring ' that  accompany the birth of a child are  so powerful that they must hint  also of God's great love for all His  children.  Broadcast this Sunday over  many stations  ,   ' .  including: fheTI\UTH  at9:30A.M.CS   ifiot-H���AtS  A Christian Science radio series  COASTAL  APPLIANCES  & HOME FURNISHINGS  WASHERS - DRYERS - REFRIGERATORS otc  FURNITURE - CARPETS & FURNISHINGS  NEW AND LIKE NEW  879-4414 )  The Peninsulo Times   �� Wednesday, August 14, 1974      Page B-8  ]  Y-*    *. l.  ,t-. *  .'    v "* t  .v-r* ���'���'  ���  ' $  r * {  * v  ': yf  t i  f ���  *  11  ���3*V  *  H:  r   \  Workmen's Compensation Board is introducing a-new first aid program for the  worker-who works in an isolated situation  where first-aid facilities are not immediately  available.    .  The new program is called F,irst Aid For  Survival and is based on two principals. The  first is "self-help"--this means what you can  do to help yourself in the event that you have  an.accident and there is no trained help  available. The second is "first-help"���what  you can do to help a co-worker under the  . same circumstances.  WCB first "aid superintendent F.E.  Mottishaw says, "We have had too many  incidents where first-aid help was not  available and just a basic knowledge of  survival until a qualified industrial first-aid  attendant arrives. It will focus on the  primary care of bleeding, breathing difficulties, unconsciousness and prevention of  further aggravation." Mottishaw, adds,  "Workers' must recognize the' potential  dangers they face when working in an  isolated situation and learn what they can do  to insure survival and survival of their fellow  workers in the event of a serious accident."  Initially this new concept in first aid will  be aimed at the high-risk industries where  the ;work force is widety. dispersed. It is  designed to -protect the workmen who are  carrying out activities which are more than  20 minutes, surface travelling time, from the  main first-aid facilities.  Mottishaw says, "It is anticipated that the  WCB will assist industry by training industrial first-aid attendants to carry out  training of its employees. When a sufficient  number of workers have been trained in the  high-hazard industries the Board will then  announce the effective date of regulations to  cover the First Aid for Survival program."  A target date for implementation is in  early 1975.  'oca t^ntnad &$<&���& tin  B.C. Pickles  Preserve a peck.of pickles with B.C.  ' Grown Vegetables and Fruits for year-   v  ���  round eating enjoyment. With preserving so popular nowadays, our  latest recipe sheet contains timely  ' pickling recipes. Pick up a copy at your  nearby-food store.  Look for them at your favourite food store!  B.C. Packed Lunches  With back-to-school time just around  the corner, packed lunches are in  focus. For recipes, menu ideas and  other hints for tasty lunch box meals,  check "B.C. Packed Lunches" recipe  sheet, available at your favourite food  - ^ store shortly.  Look for them at your favourite food store!  Also Fresh!  B.C.  FRESH BLUEBERRIES  Every Day Best Buys  r  Also Fresh!  B.C. GROWN  CARROTS & CABBAGE  Every Day Best Buys  Also Fresh!  B.C. FRESH  PEACHES  Every Day Best Buys  .<-.,  *!&*�����?)  CHARLIE BROOKMAN, right, 89-year- a big one by landing this 25 lb. ling cod.  old sponsor of the ever-popular Davis Helping Charlie hold his catch is fellow  Bay children's fishing derby, proved Davis Bay resident Walter Taylor.  Aug. 14 that you're never too old to catch  WATCH the. BCTVJEAN CANNEM SHOW with MONA BRUN Thursday mornings.  Phone 883-2227  LICENCED PHARMACY  MADEIRA PARK PENDER HARBOUR  *��  ForHmely B C.Food recipes, write to us at MARKETS DIVISION, 4259 Canaia Way, Burnaby V5G 1H1  B.C. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  Hon. David D. Stupich, Minister, Sigurd B. Peterson, Deputy Minister..


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