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 :> r  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.7  BOATS , .CAMPING" FACILITIES - CAFE  West Canadian Grn.ohic   Iniistries  204 West btft Ave.,  Vancouver XO.  &,yc.  I    - pe'vvlce __  .   2nd Clot* Mali  Registration No. 1142  t wr.mK*im    )������u    mrrrnBj   WTmx�� ftfrrmrn        .      M ��BBfflff,iil-is_1 lFffp'1      >3_l,   kasSI "'fc*SbU,,    ��j* tWTU!^'     '^SEK-^      ��t, urn-..���� b,tt,p.    --  .     '     . .,      - a     , I '    ^   ' f   "'      % *      1    ' ''"      '"Vp "     ,p  77*      r       ' '",   * ''*,>'  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to1 Jervis Inlet); Includinq Pert Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Gronthoms Landing,, Qlbsons, Roberts Creek,  ^^   ���������___,,..���_._������.,.,,���.._���  ,.�����������. ���     ._       ., ^ ���.  ���,. . ,    Union ' Label  J, Wilson CreekTSeimo PorkTSccM^Hoifmoon Boy, Seyet CovV Pender Hrb^Modeira Por\'GardVn Boy, Irvine's Landing, .Enri Cove,' Egmont Thio losue 18 Pages ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.                        Vol. 11/No. 31 ���-_ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1974  ���a, ^     \       TV-     ,.    .a.        l~-!.<>.        f^l      (,.     ., ^ " ' * ''~ '-,        |  ICHELT DOTBUTORS  ���  Floor Coverings  , 7V ���", Drapes '  " Jenn-Air Ranges  1200'BloclC Wharf Road  P.O. Box 1093; SECHELT, B.C.  mOWe. 885-2922  V'V-aMtl����f*_����?_1��'  >i V? , fctV7%s ., .        lil*3-*��" -�����  *V   *������*��__?��">!.*'���   iN ,���<�����< ��*:*��_-   -.��-__���-i��.     .      ���-  1V $r<?.Vv'  'No cost to taxpayes .  AR A nil ATI MA      ri A��    nt  P.lnhin.  ---r*���  stone Secondary School is pictured  together for last time before studemts  Largest number ever  ffo their sensrste W3vs. Graduo-tioii  ceremonies took place June 22 at  Gibsons Elementary School.  SBCHBUT���'Ftroposed, cost  to complete  ^���Ahtf^tOMhkie'Ka^t^ \'  clerk Neil Stithferlarid imported to tix6  village' council'last week^ ' v .  ^Ls there any call on the Sechelt taxpayer to cover any portion ot the cost?"  asked Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth.  land stated.  Henry'liallNft- "Whitehall 'Cc��tracT!in^ ���l  Ml".  Sutherland assured him that there  .would be no cost to village .taxpayers.  ' He added that the funds and grants  from various agencies will make up the  proposed cost The Sunshine Coast Recreation Association, according to terms  of its lease with the village, will give  $150,000 and other agencies including the  provincial department of recreation and  conservation has approved a $200,000  grant; winter works program has approved a leSbor forgiveness grant and1 there  have been contributions "in kind" Suther-  of B.C. Ltd. prepared the end cost figures. ��� -      ��� *1 x ^  , Council also approved Hall's contracting fee of some $6,000.  In his report, Hall stated: "The above  cost takes into consideration all costs to  date, contracts let and proposed costs  to completion. J  "The labor cost may increase due to  possible retroactive increases of construction union contracts. However, ���ttie  end cost will' not increase as most trades  are firm non-escalative contracts."  The arena will not be used year round,  said Sutherland, 'because of -the cost of  installing a concrete floor, which was  termed prohibitive.  Following ls a breakdown of costs for  the arena:  tieneral Contractors .Work���Nimpkiab  Const. 'Co. _~. 7_  -*aft.. *���#$%'* v#\Contracts- Proposed Total & Proposed    .  ,a.v^ ,-'.*!- . extras-^ ^Jco^tto'n����lt1dl^anie-''wScTKk)r  GIBSONS���Close to 400 persons turned  May 31/74 complete   cost*    of cost  i Clearing, excavating and landscape "   Base Gravel   Underslab Heating   Septic Tank and Field  ,224,065,00  18,300.00  9,700.00  8,000.00  11,250.00     '  ' 6,000.00  800.00   800.00  '64,400.00  55,644.00 1,500.00  13,528.00   700.00  13,595.00   800,00  Festival set August 2, 3, 4  on BorBeone siaie  Water Service and Line   Miscellaneous and Night Watchman    Refrigeration   1 .   Electrical  .   Heating and Sheet Metal    Plumbing r   Interior Contract  1. Wall and Ceiling Construct. & Finish.           2. Glazing                3. Carpentry               4. Doors���Frames and Hardware  . -          5. Floor Finishing and Covers !      112,666.00  6. Spray ond Batt Insulations      7. Painting and Decorating             8. Ceramic Tile and Terazzo      9. Washroom and  Toilet  Partitions              Millwork    l   Music and P.A. System  Owner's Direct Cost ....  Ice-Making Machine ....  Snack-Bar Equipment  224.065.00  18,300.00  9,700.00  8,000.00  11,250.00  6,000.00  1,600.00  64,400.00  57,144.00  14,228.00  14,395.00  70,000.00  7,000,00  2,500.00  4,000.00  3,500,00  1,000.00  ' 800.00  11,000.00  16,000.00  ' 7,000.00  / 4,500.00  112,666.00   44,000.00  GIBSONS���'Pierre Trudeau and the Potter's Distilleries' Clydesdales can't  come and Ronald MacDonald will bo too  busy selling hamburgers.  '���''��� But, in spite of these setbacks, this  year's Sea Cavalcade promises to offer  fun in the sun for everyone.  First of Ttbe string of events lending,  up to the, avig. 2, 3 and 4 festival ia ft  clambake slated June $0 lot Roberta Creek  picnic site.  ,,,.Sahnon, oysters, hot dogs; baked potatoes, coMefe and pop will be available  at $3,50 for adults and $1 for children  under 10.  Juno 15 to 28 will bo, the annual open  territory Cavalcade fishing derby. Weigh-  In stations have been set up at Smitty's  :*-*"*'~Maf ln'a-nnd ������^  ,;.'''    At a recent mooting of tho cavalcade  committee, a total budget of $2,300 was  ";,   passed for ithe event, This flguro breaks  t,m<>m',ma*.a'm*aam~aammm,m.a.l*~'m,am*0i*mm*mmam^  The Weather  down as follows: water events, $360;  foreshore-firemen, $300; land events, $500;  queens, $700; wharf events, $200; advertising, $300.  ���Sechelt Legion Pipe Band has been  asked to lead spectators from the war of,  hoses and squarcdanclng at Dougal Park  to ibhe,B0Y��rnment wharf, it reported to  tho, meeting.  Gibsons Legion will host the pipers  for lunch Aug. 3, and may challenge  Squamish to a bathtub race over the festival weekend, ,  The Canadian Arrncd Forces will bo  represented at the Cavalcade by two  warships, Public tours will bo arranged,  Aug. 3 and,4, tho cavalcade golf tournament will (bo played at the Sunshine  Hockey and Curling Equipment  Furnishings and Fabrics    Contingency Sum      9,000.00  5,100.00  12,837.00 3,000.00  7,000.00  4,000.00  10,000.00  8,000.00  10,000.00  9,000.00  5,1QO,00  15,837.00  7.Q00.0O  4,000.00  10.000.00  8,000,00  10,000.00  4,000.00  2,500,00  15,000,00,  500.00  500.00  1,500.00  FULL TOTALS    504,885.00 45,800,00 010,085.00 195,300.00  Chamber banquet .  SBOHELT���Frodo Jorgensen will bo installed as president of the Secholt and  District Chamber of Commerce  nt the  show slides of his recent trip of the South  Pacific. /7"   ������   i   7 7;   7 ;.'  ' ���', ��� ;.���  There nr,o /still tickets available for  Eighty-nin* students graduated, a record for the (school,  In addressing the students, Joe Kampman said their education had just begun.  He hoped they would take their place  in society and become good citizens.  ' Superintendent Roland Hanna brought  greetings from ithe department of education and, to much applause, said he felt  Elphinstone would be rebuilt in .time for  the start of the 1975 school year.  Graduates are as follows:  GIRLS���'Ldta Allnutt, Sharon Arundel,  Vicki Beeman, Joanne Bertoncini, Ruth  Blomgren, Debbie Bodenham, Perry  Brawdshaw, Lynn Bredy, Angelica  .Brehtn, Nina Christmas, Shirley Cook,  Diane Cramer, Leslie Dixon, Dennise  Dombrowski, Sharon Doyle.  Kathleen Fisher, Cheryl Francis, Pa-  'triola Goodwin, Cynthia Gross, Randi  Hansen, Patricia Hogue, Shelly Joeger,  Pauline JohnsOn, Jo-Anne Jorgenson,  Slleanor Lonneberg, Leslie Lynn.  Valerie MocLean, Deqorah McNevin,  Donna Mandelkau, Pam Mason, Lori  Montgomery, Marilynne Musgrove, Judy  Newton, Lynn Oike, Loretta Peters, Pctra  Peterson, Barbara Rhodes.  Eilcn Sallis, Jo Small, Pamela Som-  merfleld, Karen Spencer, Ella Star, Nancy  Strosheln, Betty Topham, Wendy Walker,  Heather White, Bonnie Whyte, Judy  Whyto, Deborah WlUla.  BOYS���HorbieTBerdahl, Rick Blake-  man, Neil Booth','Kim: Brace well, Dave  Bredefeld, Heinz Brcu, Tom Bulger,  Marvin Craigen, John Edgar, Garry Fes-  chuk, Bruce Gibson, Melvln Gokool, Daniel Goulding, Evan Gray, p  Michael Hauka, Jim Higgs,' Kevin  Honeybunn, Tracey Horsman, Ted Hume,  Don Jaeger, Stovo Joe, Marvin John,  Randy Kampman, Potor Kerbls, Richard  Kraus, John Kruse,  Michael Laldlaw, Val Lee, Ken McDonald, Ion''Mackenzie, Brad Mathews,  to students: ���,  .... prudent Citizenship Awards, .Grade 8  '^Melanfe Mali_mvah.' Iffarxa Pike, ifaariam  Tomicic. Grade 9���Cindy Frykas, Mike  Kampman, Doreen Scharf, Valma Scrugham. "Grade 10���Lisa Kampman, Maria  Rinaldis, Steve Sleep, Scott Verrichia,  Randy Watson. Grade 11���Dean Goddard,  Kerry Mahlman, Don Roberts, Maria  Schneider, Martin Swan. Grade 12-^Jo-  Anne Jorgenson, Randy Kampman.  Scholarships and Bursaries, .Canadian  Forest Products���academic, Debbie Willis;  technical, Neil Booth.  Elphinstone Co-op���'Heather White,  Tom Bulger.  Gibsons Lions Club���Jo Small.  Inglis Memorial���Lori Montgomery. -.  Ladies' Auxiliary, Branch  109���Lynn  ���see page A-2  nament win mo piayca at mo Hunsnine    *"��"*��. ~"���v*  "\   >   \T���   ? *��ow ni?o stm tickets avauahe for   T ���:^7,UntAr. nin    qi.vu���^.,/.^ 4miViV  ment Is open and will featunj 30 holes of    TheatrcRestaurant. ^ ev0r|ti Dinner^ ty& each and tickets ��� '^^ ^m^y^LS^^!^  High Low Prcc,    Cfl  58  0  Juno 16    Juno 17   Juno 18    ......: 08  B5  0    70  54  0    00  84  0  08  04  0   _, 05  BO  0  mcclal play;  ��� Local drama group tho Driftwood  Players will perform during tho festival,  probably In Dougal Park,       ,  Now among this year's cavalcade at-'  tractions will be a baby photo contest.  Todd's Dry Qoods has agreed to donate  a piilze for tho best baby, Judging will  take place July fit, _j  Trudeau, Premier Dave Barrett, Pot-  tor's Distilleries and Ronald MacDonaldi  of hamburger fnmo turned down Invita-.  .tions to, attend the opening ceremonies,  but a number of local dignitaries aro  expected to toko part,  Jorgenson' replaces Bob Scales who  1 was transferred by tho Bank of Montreal  to Its Endort>y branch.  The chamber will also honor Jan  Block, designer of the now symbol reproaa  sentlng Secholt and district. ���'���  Mrs, Block's design, In n half crescent  'shape, features tho sun in tho background  and waves and trees in7fho"foreground,"'"  Mrs, Block and her'husband Cyrus, a  cameraman'for,'The Beachcombers, will  bo special guests at tho banquot tonight,  , Quest Speaker for this ovonlng'u pro*  gram will bo Bon Lang, former mayor  of Sechelt. Lang will glvo a talk and  may; bo obtained at Jorgonson'o barber  shop, Morgan's,^Toil's Wear, Peninsula  Times by calling ftrigltah'qt 065-2110.  Volen, William Whlttaker, Daniel Zuaff,  Joo'Zueflf," "���' ;  Tho following awards were presented  |IMMIMMIIIIIMMIMIIM)l<IIIMMIIM��IIM>IIIIMIIIII>llllinillMIIIIIIUIIMIIIIIMUIllMIIMI><MIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIHIMMIIIIIIIMIII>l|l"IIIIIM<IIUIIM)IMI IIIIIIIIIIIMIII |IMIIMMIIi*MIII  o x^m ��� m ��  oasiinas  b_i DICK^  'pniDCTon*  TlIBIiE Is1 a fourth candidato running In  Cowl Chileotin, An Independent l>y  ���lho namo of Gwry K��r��{ilnnU of Powoll  River, ''-'-���������--��--'-���--���-���'-'-�����-'--"���-���-������-- ���'..-.,"���  I Io'* m^kln g only ono campaign pro-  inlso: "If elootod. I'll resign,"  Why, you might well o��k,  "���It's a protest vote," said young Gerry, "and If I'm elected I'll resign and  force n byolectlon. Hopefully lho candidates that Mop forward  then will bo  bettor qualified to hold office and party  dogma will bo refined to the point whero  electors can havo something serious to  "'consider,"-���"~~"^'-"-*'-!,"'v  -  ICaroglanla' campaign Is full of .such���  absurdities, puns of questionable quality  and the most unappealing campaign poster in tho country, It Is a picture of him  with small finger up hla nostril saying;  "Pick tho right one."  weirdos.  Whon Marion Cuplt of Roberts Crook  ;was*going through some old things she  came across a small volume entitled Tlio  Pocket Entertainer published by Pocket  Books Inc. In 1044.  It's Juk. chock full of Interesting Httlo  gamos, puzzles and ^ord tenscra to holp  while tlio time away. '  ,����������� pngo A-3  SECHELT���The Royal Canadian Legion  would like 'to make the old Legion Hall  on Mermaid Street into a corner pub,  but the village council ia against it,  Aid. Norm Watson opposed the suggestion by .saying: "With the Legion just  a b'ock away, I don't sea the point in  doing it again." _  However, Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth  suggested that the people In the vicinity  of the proposed pub be given a chance  to have a say on the project. Aid, Ted  Osborne, said that if there is anything  p&pcolal being hold ot the old Legion,  "thoy can always get a liconco."  Shuttleworth moved with a second by  Watson, "just to" get the Item on tho  floor" that a, secret ballot bo hold by  cohoorncd residents,      7  Watson: "It's not 100 per cont responsibility of tho Immediate (neighbors,"  Aid. Ernie Booth; 'fl prefer to leave  the building as a community hall, rather  than make,a,becr,parior out of,lt,",.  The motion was defeated with* only"  SlHitlloworth voting for it, ,  {������������KIIIIIIIMItllllllMIMIIKIMMIMKiaiMIMIIIIUIIKIItltlll  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  Juno 26 to July 2, 1974  a| Point Atkinson  ~ Not to bo iiMd for naylpoHon ���^  26  0612  5,2  19  0120  13.1  W.  1133  10.0  ,;��,"  0857  2.2  0507  5,3  ,  0425  2.2  1  1153  14,0  0047  9.2  27  0712  4.0  30  0200  12.6  Th.  0130  10.1  Su.  0942  1.1  0612  6.9  1  0525  1007  12,3  9.7  20  0038  13,8  1  0245  12.3  fr,  0607  1,0 ,  M,  1027,  1.3  0308  10,7  0615  12.9  0727  0,3  1107  9,0  Boy, elections can suro bring out tho  HnHIIIIIMIMIHIIIIHMIHlHllllHMHIIIIIMllMllillMM.IIHIIlim  YEUUOW SUN Biirroundcd by grcon  tree. And Wiio wator "mako up Socholt nnd District Chamber of Commerce's now symbol ns designed by  .....   v  ^  Jan Block of Glbsona. Mrs. Block  wlU bo honored at the annual ohiam-  bor of commorco dinner tonlglit oit  Uiq Parthenon   Theatre-Restaurant,  2 :  Tm.  0335 12,0  1107 1.2  0655 13.2  1152 79,6*  MIRCURY OUTBOARD  SALES & SERVICE  HERCURYUND1  5ECHELT  005.9626  .IMIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIHMIIIIIirll IMIIMIIIIII,  )  I :P0901Ar2>. ,7 J'XM .^OiiiiWlo- Times  Wednesday, June 26, 1974 ..  v* <  7 MORE ABOUT V. 7  I �� Sfiidente graduate    _  .; 77" V-    '7* '     "    ���4rom Page A-l  *   ' Oike,'Marilynne Musgrove.;^                ...  ;" ' Royal'Canadian Legion%Branch 109���  I   ', Jo-Axme~'JpTgeinso�� 'ri~  t ' Royal -Canadian' Legion/ Auxiliary-  ���.   ��� Branch ' 140���JPat THogue,  teo    Ricihter, .  r   , Kathy, Fisher.*    ., -            7'v   ,  > SMT -Coachlii.es���nBrad Mathews.  \ Sechelt ��� Auxiliary" to; St. .Mary's''Hos- ���  ;   ' pital���-Eleanor Lonneberg. -���'���' -       ,   ;    ���'  \ ^ Sechelt Chamber of Commerces-Evan  ;- Gray.               V* ,-           ���'p. ^  ".,"���< j    "  \ Sechelt ^'Teachers'   'Association-r'-Ken v  C Macdonald, Dentdse Domtorowski.  > Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club���Mike.  . Laidlaw.      7-, ''.Tr'a'           ,  ;*��� Sunshine ��� Coast, Lions'" Club���Lita' All-.  . nutt.   * '           \ ���   -    ���- " , ,r\ ��� -    .   -  '.] UPIU Local 1119 (Dave Hill Memorial) ,  ;��� ���'Mel GrokooL **"���'         "'' ' ;'  ���. Top    Aggregate , Student . Trophies,  .; Grade 8 (John Wood' Trophy)���-Richard  '���"l ' Underwood; Grade' 9'Trueman- Award)���  p Valma'Scrugham:; Grade r10-^Susan7Dix-  ������* on;   Grade-   11'��� Margaret'  Finlayson;  "; Grade 12���Heinz Breu, Rancty Kampman.  �� Prizes,   Fabric   House���Junior . textie  j student,  Cathy Hamilton;  senior textile  ���\ student, Jo Smalt' '            v          >  * - ��� -  I; Gibsons Building Supply���Top IE stu���  ;��� dent, Brad Mathews'. _           . - ,  < i    iFrehch' Consulate -book\ prizes-Top  ��; French student, Maria Rinaldis.  !' Junior typist  (Don-   Brown  Mug)���'  J Janice Duniont.  $ Senior commercial student���Angelica  \ Brehm, Judjr Newton.  '�� Kinsmen, Club book prize���Top social  '���-- studies student, Emily Fraser; Debbie Hill.  7 Legion   Auxiliary   Branch.   109   book  J- prize���'Top grade 8 social studies student,  . Michelle Phillips, Darren Craze.  J Elphinstone Music Award���Heinz Breu.  English Awards���Perry Bradshaw, He  JjT~Z  *.* :'s^^^%^T^^ff^f:  *-  1  l*H*  Jtf  #'   *?-��?���     aa     .  US, .*$&  . i    ,i-\f ' ^.fe?*~    '.--   f  1 ��� \' ���  -t  i  ��t  \*u  >r�� ��* ����*��<_(*  ��jp$  1,  >     ���  *t    ��  _  M.i /���>  M3D THE CONSERVATIVE TEAM  �� y a i        * > ' I C  : ^    :, will -pswidfe Jobs  �������* ������ _  >  ft  m  ^  >.   ^  h*^  ^PJ^fSaJiaK.  ^  V  fa  i ^  ij   ***  ,��* '  ^���*  :S"  1    s*  *���   I  .*  ���9 "  ..... v-*  v'      t��**  ���'f*'  f*��  rh  i .*  J:^��  r****.  ,'1---   ���-  "-_     ���  .���*, ���  ���.VA...J.,.,.  |-KittS^!^?fcg?5S^I  inaiii  Bus: 266-7111  Res: 273-6747  .   t.  'i-mi^  r  >�� K.  C T  JO  '.fi  ^0WN BROS.''.n>RD  'K"',7  40th and ,W��sstBoulevard (opposite kerrisdale Arena)  41st and .Granville Street, Vancouver 13. B.C.  .inmnMnmmMi  ��      ,  ��  t �����������  a.  If  P  PRETTY    LESLIE Lynne   is this sons Lions Club in the contest. A  week's featured Sea Cavalcade queen 1974 graduate of Elphinstone Secon-  contesitant. Here, she enjoys sunshaaie dary School, she ^hopes to travel ex-  _ in Gibsons' picturesque Holland tensively before furthering her educa-  -lerp^ker^WRo^rtaCWolanrS^Elea^   Park- In backgix>und , is municipal tion. Lesley's main interests are gym-  Lonneberg.    v ball. Lesley, 18, will represent CwLb- nasties and outdoor sports.      -  ".  Athletic Awards: Jtinior girls' basketball���Cathy Hamilton. Junior boys' basketball���Dave Lamb. Senior girls' basketball���Margaret Finlayson. Senior boys'  basketball���Wayne Smith. Kampman  Trophy���Dave Neumann, Kerry Bjornson.  Track awards-Girls, Sherry Hancock;  boys, Steve Miles. Ridgeway Trophy���  Ken Macdonald.  Sechelt News Notes  ���-Jby Peggy Connor  Leaves, twigs, flowers, fruit, buds and  bark can all be used to identify trees.  THE government in its wisdom, is initiating a program Access to the Arts.     s. ���  There will be an establishment of 15  regional districts, an arts panel with mem-,  bers to be from the community at large'  as well as the arts community. \ ,  It is important "that this area pull tov,  gether to , achieve- the establishment of  one here. There will be a meeting on this  subject in the very near future so .get;  your name, on the phoning committee so  you" maybe '-informed���call Mrs. Alice  Murray 885-9662. There will not be much '  for advertising this meeting thus the need  Application forms for registration as an Elector in the Sunshine  Coast Regional District have now been distributed, two to each household in Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E and F via the mail in the Rural  Route Delivery.  In addition, the following distribution centres will be available at  the times and locations stated, to issue further application forms as  requested to those persons not provided for in the household mail  delivery:   .  Electoral Area  A  A  A  B  B  C  D  D  E  E  F  Distribution Centre  Egmont Elementary School  Pender Harbour Motel, Garden Bay  Pender Harbour Community Hall, Madeira Park  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  West Sechelt Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Roberts Creek Sub-Post Office  Elphinstone Secondary School  Legion Hall, Gibsons  Langdale Elementary School  Proposed Operating Timetable:  THURSDAY, June 20 and 27 ��� 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.  FRIDAY, June 21 and 28 ��� 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.  , SATURDAY, June 22 and 29���2 p.m. to 6 p.m.  ELIGIBILITY: You are an ELIGIBLE ELECTOR if you, or any member  of your family/or, household residing at your present address are:  (1) Nineteen years of age, or more; (see footnote*)  (2) A Canadian Citizen or British Subject;      '   ,   ,  (3) A Resident of Canada for the past twelvei months, and Resident  British Cplumblq for the past sU months Immediately preceding  the date of Application for Registration as an Elector.    >  *" * ���' * FOOTNOTE:" Any person not' yor n Ineteen years- of age, but will be  7      on or prior to, Saturday, November 16, 1974 and.Is otherwise qualified, will bo entitled to bb 'registered'qs an Elector using Form 1 (Special). ��� 777     '        ��� ,  '������'���..��� '  ���  N.B.; No Eligible Elector can bo placed on tho List of Electors pft'or tho Court  of Revision, hold on October 1st In each year.  Application forms can also be obtained at all local banks In Gibsons,  Socholt and'Ponder Harbour and when completed, can either bo handed  Ip at anyone of tho Distribution Centres as aforesaid, or mailed direct to!  Tho;/Registrar of Voters  ,    Sunshine Coast' Regional District  Post Offlco Box 800 ,  Secholt, B.C.  VON 3A0  , ,  ; Everyone who wants to vote  MUST register.  Any enqulrlos should bo directed to 885-2838, Monday to Friday during the hours of 8:30 toM:30 p.m.  Juno 10, 1974.  ���   :���    ' * . E, WILLMOTT  ��� "' ^Secrotary-Treasurer  for immediate contact. This will benefit  all the arts and even provide a better'art  program at the schools so it is of great  interest to all of us.  Mrs. Doris Crowston, president of the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council, along-with  the council, has been working hard to get-  this meeting with the person in charge.  A turnout of great, numbers will assure  us of a better chance to have one of "these  panels on the Peninsula: Furth9r'information can be obtained from Mrs. Doris  Crowston at 885-2920.  ', s Mrs. Nellie Whaites has returned from  'a two weeks holiday, bringing with her  a > report on the world fair in Spokane  yhich she attended with her sister Violet, ,  and Art Roberts. They admired the Rus- *  sja'n display and felt the huge 90 foot by   '  12}0 foot screen with pictures in the American building the most impressive. They.,  got the feeling they were falling and mov-i 7*  ing with the folk on the screen. 5  They felt it a privilege to see the display put- on by the B.C. native people  and, were proud to say they were from  Sechelt when our own Indian band- re-,  ceived a standing ovation for their marching drills. Summerland was her next. stop  where she stayed with Tom and Nancy ���  Lott. On to the heat of Kamloops to stay  with. Ed and Helen Seal then home to the   .  peace of Sechelt.  The' Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens  JHousing' Association board held a special  dinner In ��� honor of Mrs. Mary Tinkley,  Mary has served the group well as secretary for seven years. President Frode Jorgensen presented her with a camera and  ��� a vase of roses.    '  Preceding the dinner at the Parthenon Theatre Restaurant, cocktails were  enjoyed at1, the home of Mrs. Betty  Cooke. Present for the evening of Thurs.,  June 20, were Mrs. Mary Tinkley, Frode  Jorgensen, Mrs. Ada Dawe, Miss Adele  de Lange, Mrs. Yvette Kent, Mayor Harold Nelson, Mrs. Mary Walker, Yvonne  Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Bep Firth, Mr. and'  Mrs.' Bill Nielsen, Mrs. Betty Cooke.  Take it from me if you have not  had the good fortune to, seo Dallis Arnold's Tranquility as pictured in black  and white in last week's Times, go out  of your way to get a look at it. '  No way can a picture do it justice-^  it is the most magnificent thing I have  over seen,,itruly a joy to behold, While It  have an appraised' value of $7B;000 it  has no price, If hung 'in a gallery people  will linkup jusli to get a look at its splen- '  dor again and .again,  At present it is bunging In tho main  branch of the Bank of B,C, Vancouver;  Gibsons guides  keeping actife  GIBSONS���Gibsons first guide company  held a mother and daughter banquet  June 12.  Mothers were presented with  corsages made by the girls. ._���>..  Highlight of the evening was* the presentation of badges which the girls have  worked   for   during   the  year.   Barbara  " Clapham received her all-round cord' and  a presentation was made to Mrs. Eleanor White who is retiring as the division  , commissionesr,'  Gibsons second company spent the  June 15 weekend at the Powell-River  guide camp.  Good weather ma.de tenting and outdoor cooking a happy experience for all.  The a girls   were   supervised,, by   Joyce  *'" Smethhurst,    Donna    MoCourt,    Gloria  Fyles and Lila Head.  New. guides were enrolled and badges  were  presented.  Heather  Reid ,re-'  , ceived her all-round cord.  ^ofe&f unci increase  .7'  s 7 ' k< .'      '  y '  ��00  BB  .contlupous. Seamless  iminum Goffers  Aluminum prices have increased 3 times  since January . . .  our prices remain the same as last year.  I   1  LORNE MERRELL  I  PHONE 485-6440  Jyne 2  Sorry for any. inconvenience'.'  NOW nltso CARS  Dolly, Weekly or Monthly  Rates  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 ��� 885-2528  885-2151 evening.  1       -v - ~   .  Sunshine Xorasf Regional District  Effective immediately sprinkling will be permitted only during the  following hours:J     ""   ,'1"''  EWiONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY  a) All Waterfront Properties  b) Cowrie' Street, Sechelt  c) Wakefield Road  d) Norwest Bay Road - West Side  e) Rosamund Road - West Side  f) Langdale, all streets - West Side  MONDAY & WED.  7 o.m. to noon, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  FRIDAY 7 a.m. to to noon  t  All other properties  not listed above.  TUESDAY. THURSDAY, SATURDAY  TUESDAY & THURSDAY  7 a.m, to noon, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  SATURDAY 7 a.m. to noon  .  .  ONE SPRINKLER ONLY is permitted on each property.  WHEN A FIRE SIREN  IS SOUNDED, PLEASE TURN  OFF  YOUR .  SPRINKLER.  G. DIXON  . Works Superintendent  iss,  <M,m��Uu,m,,&slama:.l  'i'i'nii.a  I  "iar^  p ,.-*: d^v\ 1  *���.���*&"  books to Make  your summer more  REWARDING  LOGGING ROAD TRAVEL,  Merrlman  OUTDOORS WITH ALEC  MERiRIMAN  FISHIN' HOLES OF TH^ WEST  Cramond  MILESTONES ON VANCOUVER  ��� ISLAND^:"----���  HIKING NEAR VANCOUVER  THE PARKS OF B.C.  HOW TO CATCH SALMON  HOW TO CATCH TROUT*  ^iih.i .im.hit nrim niini mi   i-   ~ j~   " "        "  "  "  'J/'// only be two more days, hon>  ' love the kida for me,"  "Dad's cominn hpma Fluff..  You better have a. bathl"  Viftl CifaMl*  ttltfaiM. IjitM.  stance.  at these rates  Between 11 am. and 8 a.m.you can call most  places in B.Ci tor only 23 cents a minute  maxliniini, station-to-statlon.lf you dial  yourself. Wouldn't someone love to hear  from you? Ram's  "He sotwtal  $Q dose."  'You can talk with w>," 7  -V  MORE ABOUT . . .  o Sunshine Coastings  ���from Pago A-l  There was one interesting 'iten> that'  listed advertising slogans -used on 'the  radio, newspapers .and magazines in 1944.'  If you have to ask why TV wasn't listed,  don't 'bother reading any further.  Now, "for you' 40 and over readers,  just for fun, try and remember whidh-.  company or product used the followinga  slogans. If you can answer them, send  them tp me at Box 310, Sechelt. The  answers will appear next week.,  1. Covers the earth.  2. The light that never fails.  3. Hasn't scratched yet! .    ���  4.On land... in thq air... and on the  sea. ���    ���  5. Nothing old-fashioned but the '  hospitality!  6.Ask the man who owns one.  7. When it rains, it pours.  8. Kind to your pocket and your  pocketBOpK/  9. His master's voice.  10. Breakfast of champions.  HI.The.world's most honored watch.  12. Look for the red and white label.  13. The flavor lasts.  14. The treasure of them all.  15. Good to the last drop.  16. The champagne of ginger ales.  17.57 different varieties.  18. From contented cows.  19. The pause that refreshes.  20. Keep that school girl complexion.  ~-Some-of"those-slogans-are -still-being���  used today," 30 years later.  ���     ���   ,��'���  An obviously disgruntled and jumoy-  mous reader asks the following rhetorical  questions:  ^Is it true that Jack Pearsall, .the Liberal candidate, is in his 60s while the  other two are in their 40s?  "What is the estimated annual cost of -  *��v  ���* *    >*\  X  ft  v *���     *�� ��*  ,-s  *-��. >  it  fe  -/���  ^C-  t*  ��1  Under consideration  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  .-if.    .    '  &  r  �� -,'> I  SECHELT���While Sechelt's proposed, ar-    be more appropriate that the qotion first  boretum and building trades univers-   be more fully developed and that approa-  , ity are far from being certainties, "their - ches be made to certain-of the colleges ar_  future doesn't look unfavorable." ���'.. universities for  possible  direct involve-'  1     That's, the feeling' that Aid.  Dennis   ment.", ~  Shuttleworth has-about them when he' Shuttleworth noted that-there are .now  / told village council last week about a a three government departments, involved  ' telephone conversation he' had -had re*    in, the proposals: recreation and conserva*  cently with Don Lockstead; MLA.               tion/ education and natural resources,  "It hasn't yet been rejected," said the   -      *    .   alderman, "and it's passed its first hurdle '  ' and is being given serious, consideration."  He said that Lockstead told him that  he would forward a letter from J. R. Fleming, deputy minister of education to R.  H. Ahrens,, director parks branch, department of recreation and conservation.  The letter stated: "I have looked into  the matter referred' to in your '.letter of  May 16 regarding possible funding for an  arboretum to be located in the village  of Sechelt. _  "The normal procedures for such matters would be the submission of a request  for funding by the'Sponsoring school district, college or, university., While we recognize this to be a most interesting and  ���imaginative-.concept it would., appear,to_  Humus consists of decomposing plant  and animal residue in the .soil  10a" STAINLESS  WHIP .l~��. $2S.W  PACES-CHANNEL  "CB"J $119.95  For safety in your boat.  mmtsssssm  PRE AMP  MICROPHONE  .$59.95  "~1     J  s  4CEE1OTO  Wharf Road  ;        '   885-2568  . Next to Coast Cable Vision  'WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL*  ���  the Conservatives? From' sitting in the  House of Commons every day, did he  choose Stanfield as the best leader?  "When -will any of ,the road work be  completed especially the cut through at  the S bends and the straightening out  above Halfmoon Bay?  "When so many swim at Davis Bay  could there not be some simple dressing  rooms put up close by or even a small  park with such.facilities established?"  Good and interesting questions. ... Can  anyone answer them?  ��� *      *  WHY DONT THEY?  Why don't they stop the why don't,  they feature? Or so I have been asked  by a couple of readers. It's boring they  claim and has run its course. Do others  agree? Let me know and we'll see df'we  can work out some other, little feature.  In the meantime here's, perhaps the  last of the why don't theys.  Why don't they paint cross, walks with  bright colors and put up a sign so that  motorists can see where they are. Also,  why don't they put a cross walk from  the bank to the business'section?  ��� ���      ���  Personal to a Wharf Street businessman: You have'been complaining about  the truck drivers .tjhat unload in' front of  your store���it was sugegsted in village  council that those truck drivers axe in  fact not unloading but merely taking a  coffee  break.  There's an easy way to find out without asking the drtvers involved. H the  truck is backed into the location, it's  a pretty sure sign they're unloading. If  it's parked engine first', it's a good sign  that they are just having a coffee break.  ��� *     *  Sign seen in a Santa Fe, New Mexico store: "Shoplifters will be beaten,  stabbed, kicked, burned, punched,  strangled, shot, clubbed and prosecuted1  to the full extent of the law,"  Now that's what I call an up-tight  shopkeeper.  That reminds me of the sign on the  fenoe at the alligator farm: "Tresspassers  will be eaten."  * +     ���  They say that women are smarter than  men, but did you ever see a man wear a  shirt that buttoned up the back?"  ���tj/r *,~  mi*     . "���*"  t\  - i j>* -.-ft  Dance set in aid  of young retarded  DANIEL WELLS of Roberts Creek  retedly knows how to grow-weeds!  - This prime specimen of African rhubarb is over 14 feet high and stil  a ��a��t����   * ,��!,.       ��     ��  .       -1,    growing. Wels ithinks the sea air at  A DANCE at Tilhcum Bay Marina will    57 *    .     ,,   , ..,  be held Saturday, July 20, in aid of   ^s waterfrorit home is responsible  the Sechelt and District Retarded Child-    for the giant,  ren's Association.,,,.",,   -> ^      <   -���  The dance, to be held on the parking  lot of the marina, will feature a live bandi  Tickets are $2.50 each or $5 per couple''and there will be refreshments available.  ' Dance starts at 8 p.m. and tickets will  be available at Sunshine Coast TV.  5 b   1   *.  a.*-  .' 3. 'Wa W^s  H. J. Smith,, marina operator, hereby gives notice that they have, ,  under Section 8 of the said Act, deposited with the Minister of  Transport, ot Ottawa and In the office of the District Registrar of  the Land Registry District of Vancouver, British Columbia a description of the site and plan of existing works (Marina Facilities) in  Water Lo. 6294 Gp. I N.W.D., Village of Gibsons, British Columbia.  And take notice that after expiration of one month from the date of  publication of this notice H. J. Smith will, under Section 8 of the said  Act, apply to the Minister of Transport, for approval of the said  site and plans.  Agents - Roy Engineering Ltd.  DAWS BAY���The annual fishing derby,  sponsored Tby Charllo Brookman, will  bo held this year on Saturday, Juno 20  from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Tho Brookman children's derby is opon  to you youngsters up to 12 years. Wiat  includes visiting children, ho said, but the  trophy mvurt rcmailn on the Peninsula.  The boundaries of (ho dcrbj7are from  Secholt to Field Road in Davis Bay.  Children are requested to bring tholr  avrn IMo^bolta,J,,M>1 ,.,���,.,.; mm���tM,���lvtt,,.,l,���l��.,...1.��7,(L���v  '" '''!1Uie��o* fishing'''derl>lcs"nre Hade* pos."'  silblo'through tho kindness and generosity  'of the merchants of Secholt/neighbors  and friends of the children, tho Ladies'  Auxiliary of the Canadian Legion who  donated so generously," he added.  f,I would like to thank Mr. Frank  Laldlaw and Mrs. Marlon Laldlaw who  glvo so much tlmo and effort to mako  thlo a successful year and to Walt Jordan  who asalstcd mo in gathering in the lco  cream,' Mother Hutobjird doujthnuta and  pica for tho plo cbnteat,  "I mot Claronoo Joo at MU&lon Bead  at tho now mobile homo park and lie  naked mo Jf I would let him in tho placating contest. He said' that he waa in  Rood shape as ho had been on a hunger  Hlrllce at homo for a week,  "I said 'no, you are mix monthn over  "tho"Ago'"llmUV''"qulj^4''''OharUer'' ""*"  ���!.��������� ii.w..!.������ i^.ii.w.i..ii������������,,���. ii,n���| ii.i���mi^Hn.im |i��� mini���<  Thero are 31 specica of conifera native  lo Canada'pR forcata,  ivuifQinnann  ojf cJJi6tlnctlon  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM  ^  jrloorcovennaA  I.TD.       ��� ���  Glboona    O    086-7112  7^ Carpet�� "A" THoq  9 a,m, to 6 p.m. Tues. */Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  BBBBWamiMMIWIIHIMWII.IIITIB��MBm j:,!, i,___|  Wo NOW HAVE A mW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located In the new offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light  O  Phono 88B-2713  VkmmnMAmmmm*mm**ma*m*MMMmmmmmm*M*mmmm*aammmmm*ammaMmmM*mamma*mam*mm*nmmn*am*n*mMaamma  Results of X-Rays can ba picked up &t Cvoast-Garibaldi.  Health Unit, South Fletcher Road, @lboons: Monday to  Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:10 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Infants' Synsyifs  12 to 24 months.  Really a good buy  Lcidy Bird Underwear e  /���LIIJ^.-'.  A.  Uku    �����.*-  >_J  ILIA       *-a. "^  Childran't ft MImos. 2-6x and 8-1*4.  Regular fl.00   SPECIAL  Asst, Oyfdoor Toys  Rogular $1.00 each  Your Cholco    for  54" wWo. Assorted colon and pattenta,  Raoular $1.09 yd. SPECIAL  Plcasfk fcabBe' Cbths  52"x70". Aesortod dsaafgns, ^  Rcflular 89c SPECIAL �� ffo.  Foam CEhips  1-lb. bags  Rogular 99c baa SPECIAL  ICids' Croquet Sets  Groat for tftft front and bade yard.  Roiiular *1J7 .:.......... SPMIAL  Plastic Dump Tryck  Aktortod colon.  Roiiular |S,99  (I'Mii ViaP^S^.W**^ **i  .f-j*p'-,^*v:,|i��-li��i ~ i-jUffSSjaW  OroaY for tho boach/yard or In the  homo, Roflular $1.00 oa. .... SPECIAL  Bubble Bath   -  SPECIAL  Picnic Coolers  .._ SPECIAL  Slyrofoom  Rogukir $2.69 .  WA'-i MM I JJ*SViai-<ta|J,tJ I*'* fi ja* ���*,  Donald Puck & Mlckoy Moubo, 24 fl. ox.  Regular $1.80 m SPECIAL  AssortedPuzzles  Groat for tho Md�� on rainy dayo.  Regular 89a   SPECIAL  ft  Sunshine Coast  WpREABO  MAGAZINE  Scatter Wltafo  Wovon nylon, 20'W'  Roflular $1.09 .........���u.,...  Picnic Coolest  Styrofoam  30-quort ol��o ...  SPECIAL  Regularly Sold  for 51.00 ea.  SPECIAL,   for     ABl  SEHP ONE TO A FRIENOl  ,,!<, v ,Hi,,p��M,U>f,,��,'ptV , ,V��M p/Ap'Ji'WPM .   ((,  '(..Pi'.lifV pj'.tip,' lid ,,lj(.i,', ,' pm,    il   i;   t  OJfi^li^ri^Si^Ki^ f_fwl?PS_l WIS  ^i  \  iHliiiiiil��linHili��a. Hiiilliuli I ill ll 111 I mini i>rt iiiiWliliifmmmw.iiri.nMM nlti m-      ��� ������ " i ^ ���...l.,.....,..^__._...^7..jji71   p-J  - ���^.^ti,i,iilMrtij IHH.il .i.il.nnt,..*'.! ������   ���  ������ ���������iiinlii.nyniMtiH.mil  SSi w-Y-vv^^p-  ?��_��� Foot A��_.-��rt��ff Servica  PHONE 885-9654 -  885-2635 -886-2121  COMING EVENTS c  Glad Tiding Tabemcicle  KATHRYN KULLMAN  Miracle Service  July .25th-r    *  Vancouver   Pacific   Colliseum  Anyone interested in a, chart'  FOUND  BANDED pigeon in, Porpoise  Bay. Phone 885-2385.  -    ���   ���: .    571-31  Page A-4 ��� Peninsula TimeyWednesdoy, Juno 26, 1974  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone: 885-9654 or 885-2635  HELP WANTED  RELIABLE person for housework.   Day, . week. ' Phone  606-31  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News Town  Crior  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ' at Sechelt, B.C     '  Established 1963  Box Numbers  50c extra  ered  bus,   taking   1:30  ferry;   ,885-9395, ,  SE ��R��fi S nf^L^���' TICKET taker student. 2 days  phone 886-2660 as soon as pos-       ���r^A. tut..-* u A .!,.;.����.����� i;_ -  sible.  8979-31'  BIRTHS  ��BSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ... en plocood lo sponsor ran  Etoft- Am&meeme&t epeeo, end '  esctecMb Beet Wfe&co ��o, (fee happy  porsoto*  DARREL and' Judi Zimmer-  , man j(nee tNygard) are happy "to announce the arrival of  Leah Charisse, 6 lbs., 14 ozs.  on May 29, 1974 at Royal Columbian Hospital. A sister for  Vera and Richard. 573-31  week. Must have driver's li-  , cence. Phone 885-9019 between  9 a.m. - 1 p.m. ��� 459-tfn  CLEANING woman for 4 hrs.  - day. Ph. 885-9942.       562-31  TAXI drivers. Age 19 and ov-���  er. Male or female. Class IV  licence  required.  Phone   885-  2251.    ' , -,,  '\'       373-31  WAITRESS wanted. Experienced only. Phone 886-9815.  i -      588-31  Member, Audit Bureau  ,  of Circulations  September .30, 1973  Gross Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation  3894  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  *  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Jne Insertion '. 1_$1.20  Three Insertions i $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) . . '.  , 35c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  -   for Ad-Briefs not paid by .  > 'publication date.  Legal er Reader' advertising p40c  ���   per count line.  'Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-'  ' oriam, Marriage and .Engagement  notices,are $4*00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line'after that. Four  words per line.        ,. ~  , Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  . .regular classified rates.    "'  .Subscription Rates':  By Mail:  Local Area 7 $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Aroa l_$8.00yr.  U.S.A. J : l_-^.$10.00yr.  Overseas  Senior Citizens;  Local .Area  Single Copies _  .$11.00yr.  $6.00  .15c  ENGAGEMENTS  MR.. AND MRS.'Oscar Hogue  of Gibsons are pleased to  announce'the. engagement, of  their daughter Patricia -Anne  to Harold Norman Pratt, only  son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard  Pratt of Sechelt. . 595-31  OBITUARY  WORK WANTED  EXTERIOR house painter, reasonable, rates, free estimates:  Phone 885-9801. < 380-31  -BOY���-15,���looking-for summer-  employment or odd jobs. Ph.  886-9503. ,    ,- 596-31  , FOR all your carpentry, needs,  call A. Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  LIGHT moving  and  hauling.  House and garden mainten^  ance.  Rubbish removal Tree  cutting,   etc.   Free   estimates  Gibsons to Sechelt. Also fire-  filace wood for sale, $15 per  oad delivered. Phone  Norm,  886-9503.  -9983-tfn  RELIABLE young man seeks  work   of   any   kind.   Hard  working, dependable. 883-2772.  j_ 584-31  JOHN'S Construction, licenced  carpenter will do all carpentry work and painting in district. Ph. 886-7498 .evenings.  ^ 382-36  WILL butcher,  dress  or cut  your meat  or a game,  your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  GENERAL    Handyman.    Carpentry, painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  NEED help? Young man, good  , worker will wash windowB  or, clean up your garden or  what have you? Phone - Joe  885-9858. 585-31  PEERLESS   Tree    Services.  '    Benefit   from   experience.  Tree work guaranteed and insured. Call J. Risbey 885-2109.   ; ���       '. 330-tfn  IN LOVING memory of our ,   ���_���,���������:���. ��� .. ^  dear little son. -Mummy, FURNACE installatoons and  Daddy, and MichaeL - 577-31 -���-- burner service. Free esti-        nates.  Ph.  886-7111.      36-tfn  i',{',J'���   .,"'f',t{7 a     -.     ;>>;XJ)       '/.I'1'    .      .'��!'.,  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods'or services may not be sold and the' difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature; will not.be charged for,' but the  balance of the. advertisementlwill be paid_for__ajLthejipplLc_al_Ie_ratei  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. 7  ~  QUINN ��� Passed away June  713th. 1974, James Patrick  Quinn late of Mason Road.  West Sechelt. Survived by two1  nephews Daniel Patrick -, oi  Sechelt and Thomas of Surrey, two nieces Margaret and  Fay- in California. Memorial  service was held Sunday, June  23rd at 2:30 p.m. from Kingdom Hall, Selma Park. Mr.  John Risby officiated. Cremation. Harvey Funeral Home,  Directors. 552-31  CARDS OF THANKS  WE WOULD like to express  our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who sent cards  and visited our late mother,  Margaret (Maggie) Wray during her long stay in St. Mary's  Hospital. A very special thanks  to all the doctors, nurses and  staff of the hospital for the  care and attention they gave  her. In appreciation.���The family. ,    576-31  LIVESTOCK (Continued)  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ger/  is   coming   to   Coast.  Contact Sunshine -Farm, 886-  9646... ' - 11-27  J ma^aammi^mmammmm^mmm^maamtmm^^mim^mmam^mmmta^mtKm^mamm  PETS  F O U R-year    old   registered'  West' Highland White Terrier; needs a good home; Good  dog  for  a  woman.  886-9378,  886-2342, days. 446-31  TOY and small min. purebred  \ poodle puppies. Innoculated.  IN MEMORIAM  P002ONAL  BAHA'IS    believe:    Religion  and science must be in harmony and in the equality of the ���  sexes. 482-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���+-  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401. 3952-tfn  PLAY LIONS BINGO  Win $100. Five in a straight  line makes you a winner. A  number is called daily except  Sundays." Cards available at'  the following places in Sechelt.  Campbell's Variety, Peninsula  Times, Western Drugs, Bert's  Superette, Bonner's, Frode's  Barber Shop. Sechelt Family  Mart. In Gibsons, cards .are  available from Kruse Drugs  and Charles English Real Estate.  For further information, phone  ,885-9544' between 5 p.m-. and  6 p.nv ,8980-31  COMMISSION ah original ink  ^drawing, .water color of  your boat, cottage or house,  Reasonable rates. Call Andrew  KJcumlns, 885-2601,        3454fn  LIVESTOCK  REAL, ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAI.SALS  - Glbsons;wB,Cr,''t",*T';w,*-">toTO,~*"wBB6-24B 1 ���  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  ���;',.     , LANGDALE CHINES:  Vlow Lot I....!  : r   Larue Lot ��� _. T ���......., $1 1,500,00  Johnson Rood - View'..-..."...,������....���..-..............:.......:. $10,500.00  $13,500,00  iii,r--  Id Mi ACRES;  With long highway frontage,  2 crooks.  Not In  frcoxo. Trood. $38,000.00.  t�� )[       M|_   u.u,..,    .._..   ..nm.,   ...   ,L  MARINE DRIVE,. GIBSONS: 3 Bedroom well built homo with  fireplace and utility, ond large .lot close to boach, Lease Land  .     *25,000,O0 with $5000.00 down,  GOWER POINT! 3 beautiful watorfront vlow lots, $66,000,00,  i takes all,   .  GIDSONS VILLAGE; On a Command Vlow Lot of Howo Sound, 3  bdrm,, 2 level Home. Matter Bdrm. Has En-$ulte Plmbg, Galley  kitchen with Honey splco cupboards. Extra larjje L.R, opens to  large Sun-Dock, oyer car port, Finished Recreation Room, Lot I*  90x100, F,P. $45,000.00.  L I ST ING S     WANTED  K. A. Cro��by 886-2098  m\m Bleney 086-7436  J, VlM#r 806-2531  Don Sutherland 885-9362  Phone 885-9797.  262-28  MOBILE HOMES  LAYING hens, pigs, weaners,  bred sows and boar. Babbits,  all ages.   886-9646. 600-31  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tir  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunti|ingham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  New & Used Tack  >  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  GARDEN SEEDS  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE  880-7527  "' \     77 9038-tfn  CHICKS i-. dual purpose ������  Paymaster, -Rhode Island,  Red Cross. White Leghorns,  White Rocks. Ship anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22470, 04th  Avo7, RR 7, Langley, 534-6208.  3769-tfn  HOLIDAY 16% ft. trailer. Self  . contained.* Bogie wheels and  axles of mobile home. Chamberlain Road,' north of Reed,  Gibsons. ' 578-31  - Sunshine Coast Mobile  - Home Park and Sales  Hwy. 101" Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  12x62'  Statesman 2 bedroom,  3ay window, carpeted throughout, ��� extra large��living- room ���  nd bedroom. ,$,13,500.  'All models include 2 dr. frost  free . fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and dryers, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. All taxes included, no hidden charges. No  extras to buy. 8922-tfn ,  1956 ��� 8x42 GREAT Lakes, 2  bedrooms, all facilities. Oil  furnace heater. $2400. Will accept used pick up truck as  part trade. Phone 886-2084.   675-31  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property, guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve  wides. For further information  Call Collect 525-36B8  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012  ������   ���:���'������������::",] '���8917-tfn.  ��� I,   .. i. ..,., i 1���i ��� ..   ; .  'i .��� 'i i, i  AYERS   Mobile Home  Park,  wo have trailer apace available. Phone. 885-2376.   9968-tfn  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)  SQUIRE, double wide, 3 BR,  utility room, fridge,  stove,  drapes and rug. Available immediately. Phone 886-7378.  569-tfn  COAST HOMES  1974 12x68 Premier, 3 bdrm.,  red shag. Deluxe Spanish furniture and decor. White appliances. Has loads of options  for the full price of only $13,-  650.  1974 12x56 Chancellor deluxe  colonial, bay window, beautiful rust carpet, slider window  pkg. and many, many options.  $11,900 FP.  1974 12'x68' Chancellor Deluxe  Colonial 3 BR, Gold Shag LR,  MB, Hall. Deluxe built in bar,  CW matching washer and dryer. Has loads of options _incL  Slider window pkg. $14,600  FP. ' ,      a  1974 12'x60' Chancellor, 3 BR,  "Reverse Isle, Gold Shag LR,^  fully furnished.* White appliances.1  -Slider ''windows,1^ etfc^  $12,200 FP.     ���"'/'  ' v'"^ *"������"  All   prices   include   complete  delivery and set up, 5 per cent*  tax, 200 gal. oil tank, one set"  of wooden steps and reasonable  lengths  of  service  connection materials.  - We take Trades Including  Cars and Trucks %  Convenient on the spot bank  financing with 20% down payment. OAC. $1,000 govt, grant  is  available.  COAST HOMES ,  Div. of  Copplng's Car Town Sales Ltd.  Box 966, Sechelt, B.C,  885-2204 24 hrs.  AUTOS, TRUCKS. Eta.  ���'67  PARISIENNE  2   dr.   HT.  283' V8, auto.., PS, PB. Good  condition,   $800.   Phone   886-  7371 or view No. 51, Sunshine  Coast, Trailer Park,-Gibsons.'  ���   77      574-31;  762   BUICK.   Good   running,  ��� condition. $200. 885-9887.  <  -'         7   566-31  1968 BEAUMONT, 396 cub. in.,  -. 4 .spaed. Excellent condition.  Phone 886-7027.    . 561-33  a'72 ���' BARACUDA, 318 auto7  ��� - Vinyl roof,-radio,'air shocks,  ma.gs . and,- extra large tires.  Striping. Excellent condition.  .Offers. Phone 885-2070- after  K    '     ���     ' ' -     ��� 498-32  . SACRIFICE,, as new, inimacu-  7> late overhead pick up,truck  canopy.   Easily , converted   to  camper, $500! Phone '886-2160.  '   -     ",     , 430-31  '64   DODGE.   Recond.   motor.  Best offer. Phone  885-2615.  ,' r ���' - .492-32  ���60 ZEPHYR. Good condition.  Phone 885-9030.   ���   .   488-30  -'64-PONTIAC Laurentian-4 drr  7 auto." PS,  PB,  radio.  Good  condition.   One, owner. ' $500.  Phone 885-2805. - 604-31  /65 CHEVY van. Very good  - - mech. cond. 53,000,mis. New  paint. Int. fully insulated and  panelled with roof vent, sliding window and carpeting.  Radio and stereo combination.  -Suitable to camperize, $1995.  Phone 885-2346. 494-32  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)    BOATS & ENGINES iCom.i  MORTGAGES  '68 frORD LTD- station wagon,  good   condition,   $890.  Immediate sale. 885-2897.       ,"  ,  ��� -      ^     ���     ��'.,.     447-31  '69    FAIRLANE /sedan,    V8  auto. Phone 885-94397  , -,  '-      .    , ' ; 579-31  '69 DATSUN 1600 2 dr; $800.  -   886-7207:   ' 460-32  MOTORCYCLES  1970.HONDA 175cc. New cond.  , Low.mileage, $595. Phone  886-9646. > 7 602-31  -"'73' YAMAHA.7360cc Enduro.  Low mileage. Excellent con-  ' dition. Phone 886-2956 after 4  4,p.m.   " ' ." 473-tfn  , BOATS & ENGINES  COMPLETE soft top for 20 ft.'  or under.-As "new. Was.$150.,  Will sell for $100. Phone 886-  7461.'l        '      :-(������' ,565-33  25 FT. cabin cruiser, sleeps 4,  IB V^drive, head, sink, stove,  like   new.$7500. "Phone   885-  2634.���7_-T_I_-���-__���1' 463-32-  13   FOOT   Glascraft   with   20  ���hp  , Merc. - Complete   with  trailer,   tank, 'controls. '$995:  Phone 7886-9130.   , 419-31  18 FT. mahog. 7plywoodvboat  .< and - trailer��� as is. Ph. 886-  2908. " 558-31  8 FT. CARTOP rowboat. FG,  .  over wood, with oars. Phone  886-2397. .    572-33  ,13 FOOT Bastbn whaler, type,  FG boat, 40 H.P. Johnson, elec.'  start with controls. Trailer included, $1200. Phone (112)261-  6034., .7    *      402-31  12 FT. PLYWOOD FG boat  5%' hp   Johnson   and  day  tank. $250. Phone, 885-9887,  567-31  50   HP, MERCURY  outboard.  1   1973  -16'   glass   over  wood  boat.  886-7123. Ask for Tom  - or' leave message.        10170-tf -  BUSINESS "OPPORTUNITY  GOING concern.' Priced in the  10s, Ready_to move into, new  premises Aug. 1. 3-5 yr. lease'  available.. Only ambitious types-  willing- to , work  long  hours ,  , need apply. Write Box 587 .giving name, address and phone  No. c-o Peninsula Times, Box.  ,310, Sechelt. 587-33  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages ,  Arranged  .   , Bought  -   .       ,,   Sold  - First - Second - Third -  SUMMER COTTAGE ~  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  "CORP. LTD.  2438 Marine Drive  West Van. 926-3256  ; .' 8909-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  HOUSE or cottage invor near  Sechelt (within Vi hr. drive)  by Aug. 1st. Contact 463-  8750 or write 12478 ��� 217 St.,  .Maple Ridge. Ref. supplied.  581-33  F-ORSALE  '207'x200' Commercial property. Strategic location  4 room home, plus shop. Call Norm Peterson  886-2607.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  ' Gibsons 88672000  jp^^*g;a^^^  PHONE:  .: BOX 100. MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR,883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  . ' Member of Multiple Listing Service  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  -    Level acreage with over 600' road frontage, 208' deep. Possible  7  lot subdivision.  2 BR Panabode home with full  basement.  - $70/KX>..     .  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed .with approx. 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx. 20 acres of view property with approx. 800 ft. deep,  sheltered waterfront. Suitable site for mobile home park or condominium development. Excellent view of Pender Harbour ond Lee  Bay. $125,000.  t"iJ /af,>,'W  EGMONT  V i>.  MDL 5520  8977-31  PAYING rent? Live on your  lot in comfort, while building your dream home; then  sell it again���1967 Van Dyke,  10x50' one bedroom, elec. appliances, full1, skirting.'' Priced  low. Vlow, Sundays. Ph., 886-  7108. 500-33  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  7     (ON HIGHWAY 101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE ;  PENDER HARBOUR,��, EGMONT - EARL COVE  i ."���-"���'���:  ; ��� ��� '  ��� "'���)"��� : '  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1600 cq,'ft. homo with 3 bedroomt,  wall to wall, largo living room with heatalator flroplaco. Jorge  Vforkshop, A lovoly homo on two level ocros, Good buy at $55,000.  i�� tf-wvsiwi fvyi ��* ;,i ^ is$��'i,(y*a ���, 1, k&HM s..-  ^tmuMtt+U-twvt'-Mskw |.>i*��,  GARDEN HAY LAKE - 22 acres with somo lake frontago, excellent subdivision potential, F.P, $60,000,  MARINA   oxcolleni potential �� good Income -" Room for expan-,  * ���..       ilon ��� High grow . detail* at office.  PEARSON ISLAND ��� 24 acres, cloie to Pender Harbour. Good  Invoitmont at $90,000, 7  'MADEIRA'-  ..... ..    ., (..  REDROOFFS  Serviced lot7closo to beach ar��d wllh ��omo water  view - $��,00��0,,    .,  ��� Excollont building lot with 240' frontage on  Rodrooffu Road. Full price $9,000. .  Excellent watorfront lot,  Protected ��<  serviced,  F.P,  $25,000,  RU0Y LAKE ��� corner lot, Non-watorfront. $7,000,  '   THREECABINS  *o'h"'6ho1ot'^nvllhln'50'"bf*e)<callenrbeochr*''  F,P. $36,000.  Approx, I acre lot, could bo commercial corner, ��� P.P. $22,000,  ��� WE NEED LISTINGS ���  PHONE 883-2794   ���  John Breon       Archie Brayton      Jock Hormon  803-9978 883-9926 883-2745  FAMILY HOME - GARDEN BAY  Approx.  1,542 sq. ft. home, built  1963. 3  BR's, den, kitchen  with built-in range and stove, carport in partial basement, oil  furnace. Spacious back yard. $43,000, ���  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Approx. 3 acres, 250' choice waterfront in Madeira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop bldg. with repair facilities, display and sales room,  office, stockroom. Owner's 2 BR home, "1 motel, units," facilities  for camper ond trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foreshore lease, Lafge up to date stock  of boats, motors, parts, marine hardware, Evinrude sales and  service. $250,000. plus cash for stock.  GARDEN BAY  2 BR home, partial bqsement, fireplace, covered sundeck, carport.  Approx. 100 from the waterfront on a level, landscaped lease lot.  Close to stores, post office and marinas. $32,000.  LOW PRICED HOME -  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 BR home, approx. 640 sq. ft. Level, grassy view lot. Close to  marina and Gov't wharf. $22,000.  VIEW HOME - GARDEN BAY  1,250 sq. ft,, 2 bedroom (could be 3) open beam home with a  beautiful view oyer Garden Bay., W/W shag In living room 6\  master bedroom, rongeoY fridge, partial basement, largo sundeck,  carport and storage, To vlow by appointment only,  $42/000.  MADEIRA PARK ST6RE  Small general  store ond  adjoining one  BR owner's home  In  conten of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx. 100' frontage  on both Madeira Park Rd. and Hwy,  101, containing approx.  1    1.09 acres, $50,000 plus stock.  GARDEN BAY RD,: - KLpiNDALE  3 BR. homo, built In 1969, with 2 BR. suite on lower lovel; somo  appliances, 2 fireplaces, oil furnace,, largo sundeck, carport.'On  approx, 2 acres of level land with ovor 1 acre cleared and, In  grass, 22'x40' workshop with shako roof, roughod-ln plumbing .  , could bo converted to a rental home. $85,000,  ,,    ' I       >.      . ��� ���  '-, , __'   . ���      ,,," ,���   <  .',.... .'.'77 ., .-LOTS-.:',.1.      .,,.".,.': ���'���',:...  1, SINCLAIR BAY ROAD - 2 lots with view of Pondor Harbour,  $9700 and $14,400. !   "  p^l'^NARROW$p<.'ROAD-.^pcle'arodivlow^lotB.hoar.>.Madftlra7,Parlv^  < $10,000 and $11,000,  3,. GARDEN BAY ESTATES, servlcod lots, some with vlow. $6,900  to $12,500,   ���'��� ,    , ���������,,. '������'���,  4, MADEIRA PARKl sorvlcod view lot, $9,800.  5, NARROWS ROAD - approx. % aero level land, excellent view,  ������     $29^000,  7' ���   �� 7"   '     ,  "6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile home. $7,500  and $22,000,      , >  ���  7, MADEIRA PARK ROAD - lot that Is very close to school,  stores, gov't whorf and post office, $9,500.  8, MADEIRA PARK, 2 commorclal lots,- $16,000 and $20,000.  * ��� . ���  ACREAGE - KLEINDALE .    '  1, Approx, 20 acres of fairly level land with approx,. 10 acros  cleared, $35,000, '  2, Approx,  16 acroi on Highway 101  - good commorclal site,  gravel pit, Aiklng $65,000,  VIEW HOME �� GARDEN BAY   -3 BR homo, brick flroolacoi aundock^ carport, full bowmont, On-  a joyol comor, looted lot - fully landscaped, fruit troos, $45,000,  WATERFRONT HOME - CANOE PASS  76,2' sheltered, deep watorfront at entrance to Canoe Pass on  Glldons Roatj. 2 OR home, fireplace, wall-to-wall shag, copporlono  appliances,  3rd BR  In * 'partial-* basement,  covered  boot house,  ,        $07,500.  JACK NOBLE ' ,  ,   , Ros, 883-2701  WATERFRONT HOME ��� EGMONT  Very large 4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on 3 separate  lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase. $105,000.  LARGE CORNER LOT  Approx.  1 % acres of view property with  111' frontage on Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road, two older houses ���  on property. Possible subdivision site. $47,500.  WATERFRONT - SECRET BAY  Approx.  128' waterfront on two adjoining lots, close to school  store and gov't wharf. To be sold together for $36,000,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Approx.  375' deep,  sheltered waterfront on opprox,   10 acres  of treed land. Access by trqil or water. $40,000.  LOTS  1. MAPLE ROAD approx. 3/15 acre level, treed view lot, $10,500.  2. EARL COVE - level comer lot - $11,000.  SAKINAW & RUBY LAKES  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  8 housekeeping units, two sleeping units, manager's one BR  residence and office In a beautiful setting on 4.34 acros, approx,  200 feet waterfront on Ruby Lake and, 800 feet of waterfront  on lagoon. Highway 101 runs through property. Float and  launching ramp on Ruby lake. $115,000,  ..i ������..-���-, ��� ,';���'.������;.  RUBY LAKE RESTAURANT ond 4 BR home olso available with  the above motel for an additional $80,000.  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  3 BR partly furnished cottage on 2 leased lots - approx, 330'  choice  lokefront,   2.98  acres.   Small  cove  and  private   dock.  ^^23!000��2_'''i'7:7t',:Vi:r;i;i:,r' '���'���-"���  RUBY LAKE - SANDY BEACH  60' lakefront lot with wndy beach, trees, Water access only.  7- $25,000.7- '  , HIDDEN BASIN ,,r4 NELSON ISLAND  '"'Xpproxt'* 1706' Sheltered '"cleop" waterf rbntT low'*" b'Qnk"'*shofe1lrier  several beaches-and bays on approx, 11.3 acres of, beautifully  treea" property with small creek, Furnlshod one BR cottage,  furnished guest cottage, workshop, woodshed, well and pump-  house, four boots/troll bike, garden tractor, numerous tools  and equlpmenf, float, An excellent buy at $80,000,  WATERFRONT  Approx. 4;000' watorfront on approx. 25 ocres treed property.  Several beaches, small Island, good sheltered cove. Only a short  distance by boat from Earl Cove or Egmont, $100,000,  F  LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000, PER ACRE     !  D.L. '2392, opprox. 160 acres, situated opprox. W* miles abova  Hwy, 101 near Halfmoon Day. Access by old logging road. Trails  8( road! throughout tho proporty, nicely treed useable land, Outside  land freojto orea - possible subdivision site, $160,000. '  ACREAGE - LOTS F & G, BLK, A, D.L. 903  Two adjoining 9-ocre block*, approx, 2,000 feet from Highway  101. Nicely troed, gentle slopo, southern exposure. $45,000 each.  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros, 883-2233 WANTED TO RENT (Cont.) .- WANTED TO.BUY (cont.)     REAL ESTATE (Con'��)  FAMILY of 4 require,: 3 or '4-  bedroom house, 2 olderchild-,  ren, no pets. Sechelt to �� Port  Mellon  area.- Phone. 886-9032.'  x     551-33  LOCAL family  of 4 .require'  unfurnished   house,    a n y -  where except Pender Harbour.  Ref. available. Phone 886-7412.  '  .     c   218-tfn  2 OR 3 BR house, Sechelt area. Permanent. Phone (112)  261-7902 collect, 593-31  FOR RENT  - -  ������   - " i ���  ONE room' suite  with  bath.  Fully modern and furnished.  Available'July 1st. .886-9641. .          580:31  HALL for rent Wilson Creek  .Community    HalL    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  LOGS  9646:  wanted.  Phone   880-  -    603-31  ' USED' tricycle in, good. oondi- .  7 tion. '.Phone   885-9802   between' 4 and.8 p.m.  .7 582-33  'USED backhoe! in running condition: ' Reply Box 9575, Po-  > well River News, 4548 Marine  Ave. Powell River; B.C. ,  - 7r   *;<-"���    ���     ^   * ,564-33  ���; ��� 77 ��� :���s-���,-  REAL ESTATE  ' VIEW lot,for sale in Gibsons..  Phone 886-2417. 146-tfn  When You Consider  -   Building . . .;  ' Why , not try the Westwood  Home Building Systems.-Plans  available for complete home  packages. Modular homes and  custom ' planning.' Most economical way to build under  present day- conditions. Call . .  COE ENTERPRISES. LTD.  883-2671 or 883-2451    '  8914-tfn  OPEN HOUSE - 30th��  1 -3 P.M. Sargent Rd. Gibsons. Brand new 3 bdrm. two level home.  Shake roof. Dormer windows. Check and Compare. $47,500.  3-5 P.M. Pratt Rd. Gibsons. Single level two bdrm. Immaculate  home. 85x630'-'lot partly natural setting. Self-contained cottage  .and other outbuildings.-Excellent buy at $37,500.  s  BERT BARNES 922-5010. FRANK LARSEN 921-7395.  ACADIAN MARTGAGE CORP. LTD. 926-3256.  _75'x2957���LO;r���. West   Sechelt  ��� , Trailers permitted. ,R2 -zoned.  Regional water; installed. Oth-.  er  services   available; . $8,000'  firm. Phone, 885-9028. . ,467-32 ,  '.' .   y   LOTS    . ^ 7 _  Serviced view lots for sale '  "   $12,000' to  $15,000.  .. John Wilson"  885-9365 or 526-7359  LONDON ESTATES LTD.  . 522-1631   p 8983-31  APPROX. % acre treed lot-in-  new Langdale Chimes sub-  1 division.^.Beautiful view, property., , All utilities underground, paved road. Terms  available. Call 886-7894 after  6 p.m. 269-29  SECHELT AREA  By Water. Panoramic View.  Ex. grocery and, butcher store.  Fully .equipped. Living quart-'  ers below. Grossed over $83,-  000 in '73 on 5 day week 9  a.m. - 6 p.nt only. Commercial  property in fast growing area.  Closed,-due to :illness. Black  top driveway, parking.- 129'  frontage on Hyi 101. Equip-  ���ment -optional.���Only���steps- to-  the beach. Safe "moorage. (112)  885-2532.. 9640-tfn  NEWER WF furnished view  home. Approx. 750' sq. ft.  Selma Park. Good breakwater  , and moorage and swimming.  Leased 60x200 lot. $18,200. Ph.  885-9545. 570-31  REAI   ESTATE (Cont)  FORESTED   view , lot.- - 125x.  y 188. Selma'Park'.'$24,000 tor'  will,sell half.' Phone 885-9845.  ���*',',.;"      7   .;" ;7      233-tfn  SERVICED lot in village of Se-  , chelt,   $11,000.   Phone ,885-  2713 days.  885-2774 evenings.  ��� ,       ���    458-31  PROPERTY FOR SALE  c  Offers are invited for property on Wharf Street, at  the foot of Cowrie Street  (between the B.C. Hydro &  the Bowling Alley) in Sechelt/. formerly occupied by  ,,the Sunshine Coast Credit  Union; For details call Mr.  Pratt at Sunshine Coast  Credit Union, Sechelt, telephone 885-9551.  ,'     ,    ; 9649-31  GIBSONS area; 3 BR, 1%  bath. Mobile home with addition- including 16x16 room,  16x35 carport, 16x9 utility.  Cement slab with perimeter  wall.- Lot included,\ $21,000  cash; $22,000 terms. Phone 886-  9262.       , .7     591-31  SELMA PARK  Peninsula Times, Wednesday/ June 26, 1974 ��� Poge A-5  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  V.���: ?'.". ���:���^1 - A  GIBSONS area.' 3 BR, 1% bath7  ���--.: mobile home ^with' addition  including 16x16' room, carport  ��� ..16x?5'7:'utility   3 6x9. -Cement'  "(slab with. P2rimcter wall.. Lot  , included.  $22,000; Phone 886-  ;,926i;. " ,  '496-30  " '   SUNSHINE COAST    '  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  TOUR-AUTOPLAN CENTRE  AIL Types of. Insurance  Gibsons, B.C."  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  15 ACRE,WATERFRONT,  PARADISE  REDROOFjPS - RC>AD: ' Large,  corner lot with view. Only  $8500. . ,       - '.,  'Stream:   Sheltering   Islands,     GOWER POINT: 3 room older'  Gently Sloping Beach, Oyster -     home situated on view acre.'  .Lease, Close- to Best Fishing    Quiet; relaxed living in natur-  ' ii you are looking for the'most   al setting. Power, phone and  beautiful    and .'most    useful   .water service. Easy, terms on  I waterfront , acreage . in, B.C.,  this vacation '.paradise should  interest^ you. Complete with  tall trees, easy highway access,  small house, outstanding view,  - ,   *  , lots' of  driftwood.  Two ,baautiful, small offshore  islands form'the outer borders  of a quiet, protected bay, directly in front of our 600' shore  line.  ...   Prime Resort Property  - -\   -    $165,000  By  Owner, -Box  65,  Madeira  Park,   B.C.  883-2255  $31,500.  RELAX - AND ENJOY retirement in older type-4' room  cottage. Level corner lot in  rural setting,' nice view. Serviced, only $26,000.  GRANTHAMS: Panoramic  ' view from 2 lovely lots. The.  both for only .$9500..  LISTINGS   WANTED!  -  ���  MEMBER    .-   ,  MULTIPLE LISTING  ��� SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607 '  Freda DuMont 886-7105  8982-31  Beautiful Cleared View Lot  ' 180'x90' frontageful'ty serviced.  Minutes from'beach .and boat  launch, $15,000 full price.  Home: 885-2594  Work: 885-9416  V    "   9650-31  MSMSBROF  MULTIPLE LISTING  S3&VICE  BOX 769, SSCHELT, B.C.  ES LTD.  REAL. ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  GIBSONS  WEST SECHELT.BEACH FRONT ^  2-bedroom home with 'level beach plus 1 % acres of lend and  revenue cabin. Home was built to V.L.A. specifications. All landscaped. Cabin could' be subdivided from the beach house. House  is all insulated for electric heat with double glaze windows. Large  sandstone fireplace, good quality carpets. Enclosed carport with  workshop. Paved driveway. Extremely well kept. Acreage is heavily  treed. F.P.  $81,900. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  ~~       1 ACRE LOT  Grandview Road. New home area. A full acre with some view.  Could be subdivided.  F.P.  $16,500.00 Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.  TREED R2 LOT,  Cleared site for mobile home; serviced. F.P. $8,950. Zoned R2.  ' Call Doug Joyce.  TRAILER LOT - WEST-SECHELT  90'x205' on Wakefield Road. Fully serviced, year round creek,  zoned R-2, good soil, well treed. FP $12,000. Call Stan or Jack'  Anderson.  GIBSONS  Something special in cedar - A delightful A-frame house on the  beach by Gospel Rock on Gower Point Road. Full view of strait,  includes land on both sides of road. Asking only $43,900.- See  Len Van Egmond.  WEST SECHELT  Two bedroom cottage on a nice large lot. Zoned R2, treed, good  garden soil. Asking only $13,500.  Call Len or Suzanne Van  Egmond, 885-2241, ,885-9683.  WEST SECHELT  Level lot, nicely treed. Handy location'in-West Sechelt. Near  school, trailers permitted. R2.zonedtt<F.P* $8,900.00. Call  Len  or Suzanne Van Egmond: 885-9683.  GIBSONS  Two cleared lots in Gibsons. On sewer.s Close to boat launching  ramp. Paved roads front and back. Zoned Comprehensive deve- .  lopment. Full Price $27;000.00. Call Doug Joyce.  SECHELT , ,  1240 sq. ft. on one floor. This home has everything from the %  acre landscaped lot to a covered patio with barbeque. 2 car port,  large workshop or garage. Living room with fireplace plus family  room. 3 bedrooms, master has full plumbing. Also secluded. One  block, to sandy beach. Elementary school nearby. F.P. $54,900.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.,  TREED R2 LOT  This lot is fully serviced with gentle south slope. 65'x approx. 200'  in size. Partially cleared. Easy access from Nor-West Bay Road.  F.P. $9600.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  New 3"bedroom full'ba.eitieHtrLarge'livlnfl'rtJOrii"with rich'walk"-  to-wall carpets. Double plumbing, many extras.' Basement. Ideal  for future development. Large view property. Priced in Low 50/s.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  WEST SECHELT  Average 13,000 sq. ft. Treed, paved road. Walking distance to  public beach access. Southwest slope. Zoned R-l. Ideal retirement  area. Priced from $10,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33 ft. each on Toredo St. in the Village of Sechelt, zoned commercial. Ready to go. Serviced. Approx. 200 feet deep. Full price  $ 15,000 each. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  EXEC. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Near New 2500 sq. ft. on two floors. Large family kitchen.  Loads of Cabinets. Dishwasher, range and fridge built-in. Large  sea view. Living room with w/w carpets. Fireplace. Rich wood'  panelling, En-suite plumbing off master bedroom. This home  must be seen to bo appreciated. 2 car garage plus largo storage.  Level treed landscaped property with your own sandy beach.  F.P. $97,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  SECHELT VILLAGE  100'x250' lot with vlow and beach accoss, heavily treed private.  Driveway In and fully serviced, F.P. $15,000, Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.  VILLAGE LOT  Fully cleared  and   landscaped   lot,   All   fenced,, Approximately  9000 sq. ft. 93 ft. frontago. 2 blocks from shopping, 2 blocks  , from beach. Full,price. $9800.00, ^ downr Call Jack or Stan  Anderson,  75'  frontage  on  quiet  residential   street.  Very  good  ylew   of  ocean. Treed. Basement excavation in and fully serviced. .Full price  $14,900.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  WILSON CREEK  Excellent - view ��� lots   available  from   $7950.00   and   up.  HALFMOON BAY  , Beach   front   located   at   Halfmoon   Bay.   Good   paved' rood  acaess. Level sandy, beach at front door. Some fruit trees In back  yard. This type of property Is very hard to find. Owner says he's  tired of salmon, oysters, sun, etc. Priced at $33,500 full price,  Call Dose Roberts.  SECRET. COVE WATERFRONTAGE  ^our own waterfall on 20 acres. Power to the property, A whole  lot for very Httlo. F.P. $59;900. Some terms. Call Doug Joyce.    ROBERTS CREEK & AREA ���   Secluded 2-bedroom home in quiet area.  Only 300 feet from  pebble beach, Excellent ocean view, finished basement. Fireplace.  Year-round creek through the property. Landscaped. Full price  $39,500. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  ACREAGE  Approx. 5 acres, 290' highway frontago. Naturally troed, gentle  , south slope, F.p. $25,900, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  ���   '  :' ' ".I''.'���������   ��� DAVIS BAY ���'    "��� 7'1" ''' -7  BgSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Three car radio equipped taxi business, Flnonclal statements to  Interested parties. Call Suzanno Van Egmond,, 885-9683,  885-22417    .  NEW CONSTRUCTION  Now 1200 sq. ft. 3 BR, homo under construction, Sundeck and  drlve-ln tjorogo. F.P. $53,900, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  _���  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA 77' "���<-'������  100' WATERFRONT  Redrooffs  Road, Sargont Bay Area, Approximately   1 %  acrcw,  High  vlow proporty.  $20,000.  fall price. Call  Jack or Stan  -,' ��������� ���'. ��� Anderson.   REDROOFFS ESTATES  JVMipo.ffs^CoUago..-.^    cornor location, Cottage Is Now. No.wator or Power at present.  F,P. $20,000.  Largo treed proportlci, approx, % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allow-  od, Paved roads, clow to Sargcant Bay. Hot fishing ipor, Prlcod  from $6,750, Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  .    ir-i 11 tti��� i~.iimiiiii iiiii1n.i.iin,...mi.^ ���     ���  1, ACRE - VIEW ,  '     1,  Vlow property ovor 1 acre, Good building slto, F.P, $18,500, Call  Ed Bakor,  3 BR HOME  3.bedroom, 1200 sq. ft. on large treed lot. I6'xl8' living1 room,  12'xl0' utility, Wall-to-wall carpets throughout. Handy,to storey  school and beach, Full prlco $42,000, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  ���     CHAPMAN ROAD    ���'  ,169' frontage and good view, closo to beach at Davis Bay, Full  price $14,900, Call Doug Joyce.  SECHELT INLET  Large view lot with direct accoss to boach, Walking distance to  , now arena, Serviced, $7,000'. F,P.  .,.   ,'... TUWANEK     7    7   '  60'xl20'  serviced1 lot,  easy walking distance  to  Morlna  and  swimming, Lo,t( Is treed, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  Vi h i iM**��*ipir��. WtViW  2.08 acros of land that can bo developed, Hoavlly trood with a  community water supply. A good Invostmont at $19,500. Call  1 Jack or Stan Andorson.  RECREATION LOT  Recreational trood lot,  100'x263', Trailers permitted. Full prlco  $11,500. Also treed lot, 125'x200', full price $18,500, Call Ed  Bakor,  80' BLUFF WATERFRONT  2 BR mobllo homo plus 26' family room, Patio, sundeck. parage  and workshop, Garden lot wllh outstanding vlow of Gulf and  Vancouver Island, All In now condition, Stovo and frldgo Included, Full price $39,500. Call Jack pr Stan Andorson.  CLEARED WATERFRONT LOT  With" 10'x30' moblloiiomo plusiara<rcovered sun dock and  utility room. Lot Is 0O'x55', approx,   1   aero,  Domestic water  supply. Good accent to the beach In Sergeant Bay. F,P, $41,500,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson,   r TROUT LAKE AREA '   <       21ACRES  Approximately 1 mile highway front. Treed. Zoned 5 ocro holdings. F.P. $52,000, Call Stan or Jack Andorson,,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  30 acres with 1,700 foot" watorfrentage at Mlclcllopolnt, Including  two flno houses, boat launching ramp, water system, hydro, Good  subdivision  potontlal,  asking  $400,000,  Calf Lon or Suzanne  Von Egmond,  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT DOOR TO OUR  OFFICE, THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES IN TWO  HALVES . , , COMPLETELY FINISHED INCLUDING  PLUMBING,, ROOFING. 'CARPEtS, CABINETS, ETC, A  SALESMAN WILL BE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THROUGH,  $20,00-PER~SQrfT." INCLUDES  DELIVERY TO YOUR~  LOT WITHIN 4 OR 5 WEEKS.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE.  Doyb  Robert! Len. or Suzanne Van Esmond , Jock or Stan AmUrsor. Ed Bolter  Eves. Phono 085.2973      Evo. Phone 805-9683   Eves, phone 885-2053 or 885-2385    Eves. Phono 005-2641  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-^5544  ,  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHaT BUS DEPOT  - Doug  Joyc��a  Eves, Ph. 085-2761  BUILD a better home with a -  . National package. Mortgage  money available. Call Dave  Whidden,' 885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt. 88-tfn  GOOD  " view    lot..- Serviced.  j Close    to   Sechelt   Village.  :$12.000. Phone 885-2713  days. -  885-2774 evenings. ,        457-31  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach access. Ideal summer cottage or  - residential site. Sign on.  v CALL OWNER 886-7316 .  or write Box 9503, c-o Penin?  sula Times,, Box 310, Sechelt.    8875-tfn  SECHELT, 3 BR,' 1200 sq. ft,  .walk in basement, 2 fireplaces. FP $48,500. Phone'885-  9951 evens, also (112)922-7918  evens'. 469-32  240 ACRE ranch near Gilbert  , Plains, Manitoba. Good big  game area. Will trade for liveable home on the Peninsula.  Por full particulars write 556,  c/o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. 556-33  9541=32_JHQUSE _to J>e_ moved.^.Sea_Is^  land,    Vancouver.    3 , bed-  FOR SALE (Continues;  ANTIQUE p;CollectaMes and  ;_ .Craft Shop opening July 1st  "on Martin Rd;. (south" end' of -  Francis Peninsula Rd., Madeira Park. - Hand made.- rugs,  sweaters/quilts, also furniture,  china carvings, paintings, etc.  Beaver House Antiques.' .  _        55331  MADE    to , order,    decorated  quilts   and   pillows, < patch-  work. Call 885:9624.       283-29  BEACH'  electric   stove,    GE  p    fridge, $125 each. 885-9392..  '   ,   448-31  GARAGE sale, June-27. 12-4.  See direction signs on Rosamund Rd. ' 475-31   fe,   OIL kitchen range, $35 or of-  fer. /McFa'dden   Cottages.,  Halfmoon Bay.   -        586-33  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-AAAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors)   "   '  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  8903-tfn  .*.  FOR SALE (Continued)  SELECT, cedar, decking,, 3000  ft. Ph. 886-2808., 557-31  LEGAL NOTICES  FORM No. 1  y  ' lajtcTact,  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  '. OF CROWN LAND  ' In Land Recording District  of -Vancouver and -situated'  Hotham Sound...,  Take ^notice" that David  Ward of Powell-River, occupation farmer .and teacher, intends-to apply-for a.lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at'a post plant-  ' ed about 1500 feet NW from  SE corner of Lot 4823; thence  S 68�� W 2800 feet; thence  North 1650 feet; thence Easterly along - the shore to' the  point of beginning and containing. 50 acres, more or less.  The' purpose for which the  disposition is required is oyst-  ^er culture. " ���  rooms. Table top stove, wall  elec. oven, $6000. Phone (112)  278-0678 after 6. , ,590-31  MACHINERY  COMPRESSOR for sale, 210  cu. ft. Ingersoll Rand compressor mounted on 4 wheel  trailer. 6 cyl. Continental gas  engine. Will run 2 jack hammers. $600. Can be seen at  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2233.   -  597-tfn  1969    CASE    D-450    Crawler  complete with 4 in 1 TDrott  Bucket,   canopy   and   trailer.  886-2535. 92-tfn  SWAP '  GOOD   oil   cook   stove,   tank  and   stand   for   good   elec.  range, small, freezer  or used .  child's stow away bed. Phone"  , 885-2443. - 598-31  NEAR    new    upright   carpet  vacuum,   $100.   Phone   885-  9028. 468-32  FOR SALE  KITCHEN   chrome   set,   $25.  Fireplace   screen,  like   new  $35. Elec. cabinet sewing machine $45. Phone 885-2970.  589-31  j$Sha��$*lw&i7 ���     -'':.!  Well built, immac. kept 1 year old 2 (could be 3) bedroom home.  Located on approx. V&rd acre in Gibsons. Close to schools and  shopping and a fantastic view looking over Keats and The Gap.  Vendor is anxious! Priced to sell at only $35,900.  G. KNOWLES ���- 298-0541  - 291-2881    '  WTMclflYl  REALTY ID  INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  ,,  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  GIBSONS: 50!"of WFT lr\ the heart of tho business section! Very  nicely finished homo close ;to water's edge, Future commercial  7     development. F.P. $42,000, ,  GIBSONS RURAL: One lot 63x264'; only light older growth,  easily cleared, sacrifice .at $8,500.  1 1,58 acres of ylew proporty with small house. Good buy for  , .   future development or Ideal, startor, home. F.P,   $32,3��0,  ROBERTS CREEK; This, well constructed home with landscaped  garden Us tho Ideal homo for Qracfous living, Two nlco bedrooms  With largo living room and dining area; well designed kitchen; full  basement with roc, room, Two car carport and many fruit troos,  For Immediate sale this la prlcod at only $54,000. with some  ' ��� '7 ' terms./      , ��� .'������'. ,,,.������  LISTINGS   WANTED  Mombor Vancouver Real Estate Board  '������"���.     RON McSAVANEY. Manager  886-9656 ���    , ���    ,     ,  !J��TOlWw,.^.-w^ui��^Jyonlno*;7,a8<!!i?.656 ,,  . ��� _��,:���_,���:��,,.,  Sunnycrest Gibsons  Phone 886-7515  ON OUR FLOOR NOW  Summer Sale Specials  B&D Electric mower __ $69.95  VIKING Electric mower $79.95  VIKING Dishwasher _ $309.99  VIKING Fridges ���__ $319 - $379-  VIKING HW tanks $85.95  DISTON Cordless trimmers  Now $36.95  UPHOLSTERY REMNANTS  Vanity and top $123.95   8981-31  LR,    DR,    BR    and    kitchen  drapes. Good condition. Reasonable.  885-2950 or 885-2550.   ,  .   '479-32  NORDHEIMER   piano.    Good  condition,  $600. Phone  883-  2673. 422-31  DISHWASHER,   3  years  old,  $175. Phone 886-9260.  568-31  TOP SOIL��� Mack's Nursery.  Ph. 886-2684 or 886-7096.    -      387-tfn  PLAY Lions Community Bingo, cards available, $1.00 ea.  by phoning 885-2012 days or  885-2027 nights.       -   4184-tfn  2 TRTLIGHT lamps,-excellent  <   condition, -$12.50   each;   old-  trunk, $5; barbecue, $4. Phone  885-2035.      , 559-31  AUTO,   washer,   $75.   Phone  886-9169. 464-32  GARAGE sale: June 29, 9-  4:30 p.m. Child's bed $25;  old metal bed $15; complete  bed $40; chesterfield $40; big  table and 6 chairs $40; Bernina  sewing machine, like new,  $180; antique sewing machine  with all attach.; dresser with  mirror $25; dresser $20; French  cabinet $15; wood stove $50;  large pressure cooker !i70;  canning jars; Salish loom $20;  rear end rotary tiller $400;  Speed Queen , washer $200;  heavy sheep blanket, Misc.  items, Alma Boss, Roberts  Creek. Phone 886-9584.   594-31  LARGE and small oil heater,  with barrels and stands. $55  and $25. Phone 885-9605 before  8:30 a.m. and after 8 p.m.   599-31  ROUGH lumber,  also  custom  cutting, 880-9640.    .., 601-31  RCA COLOR TV, near now.  Portable,  $325.  Phone  885-  9430. 563-31  DAVID ARVON WARD  Dated 16 May, 1974.  8926-pub. June 26, July 3, 1974.  PROVINCE OF-"  BRITISH  COLOMBIA  "CHANGE OF NAME ACT"  (Section 6)  NOTICE   OF. APPLICATION  FOR CHANGE OF NAME  NOTICE is hereby given  that an application will be  made to the Director of Vital  Statistics for a Change of name,  pursuant to the provisions of  the "Change of Name Act,"  by me:���  Theodore Solomon Goldie of  Box 398 in Sechelt, in the  Province of British Columbia,  as follows:���  To change my name from  Theodore Solomon Goldie (also .known as Theodore Joe) to  Theodore Solomon Dixon.  My wife's name from Ann  Evelyn Goldie to Ann Evelyn  Dixon. -     ~  My minor unmarried children's name (a) from Darren  Michael Goldie to Darren Michael Dixon.  .  (b) From '. Dana Stephen  Goldie to Dana Stephen Dixon.  (c) From Trent David Goldie  to Trent David Dixon.  Dated this. 13 day of June,  A.D., 1974.  Theodore - Solomon Goldie  9648-pub. June 26, 1974.  REDROOFFS" ESTATES LTD.  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES  COMMISSION  NOTICE is hereby given by  Redrooffs Estates Ltd. that an  application has been, made to  the Public Utilities Commission of British Columbia for a  certificate of public convenience and necessity for the  proposed construction and  operation of ' a waterworks  distribution system to serve  residents in the area of Portion ,  of Block 10, D.L. 1325, Group  1, N.W.D. Plan 15171.  Any person wishing further  information in connection with  this application should apply  directly to A. R. Colby, P.  Eng., 264 Westminster Avenue  West, Penticton, B.C.  By direction of the Public  Utilities Commission, any objections to this application are  to be forwarded to the Secretary, Public Utilities Commission, 620 View Street, Victoria,  British Columbia, to be in his  hands on or before July 3,  1974.  7 REDROOFFS ESTATES LTD-  9047-pub. June 20, 1974.  '      ,  FOR SALE  Only one In area/U-Drlvo business-12 late model  units in A-l condition. Full details-Call Norm  Peterson 886-2607.  K.BUTLER REALTY LTD.  Gibsons 886-2000     7 7  w^i"/&tt.-:\MliH'mm y,-M'*ti  *ateW^v>}*4 >. w. itj s^  Bank of Montreal  REMEMBER OUR LITTLE AD IN THE REAL ESTATE SECTION OF THIS PAPER  OVER THE PAST MONTHS OFFERING TO LEND YOU MONEY? WELL, WE  SHOULD NOW LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO LEND US MONEY.  Wo are paying extremely high interest now on deposits and would be very  happy to discuss the best savings plan for you.  TERM DEPOSITS:  ,���.,.^__���__.^.,,_���  30-89 days: ..1014%.  90-170 daytt 9*A%  180 day* - % yean: 9%%  % yoars-6 yoartj 9%  TRUE SAVINGS:  Na minimum*  8%% 'on the  minimum monthly  balance  DANK of MONTREAL;  Sechclr - 885-2221  Madoira Park -083-2710  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON.  ';'   ���      ��� '  - ���    '     "������  :]������'���      '    ���; .J I  Weldwood's modern operation  Poge A-6 The Penlnaulo Times     - Wednesday, June. 26, 1974  .. by Dick Proctor  ���'���''.',' .,'.���;','   '������   '      '���'���.��� ' ''':BTy ,-��� 7" .'7'   .7-  ���.��,.   ,-.'��� ,;%-":;.-\ "7   -���,-  , ^ 7 ,!       v to visit the impressive, operatioh situated    out my wife and met Dave, without his , IWA strike the crews had started' booking  operation, turned out as a personally, con- ' whai�� in Porpoise Bay where the Clow- r engineer from Clowhom, John Fuller. frame 'structure which is ithe recreation  ducted tour for Dave Austin,<>f the Bank    hom" Queen, the company's twin-engined        John gave a rundown of the operation L centis for ithe 80 or 'so men at the camp  of Montreal and myself.                               fest-moving >crew; boat, was to meet us' on the 35-minute "run to the camp site ...                 ������           '  Qeorge  hom  shine  but because of the' mountain surrounded  location little can be picked up except at  night. The men usually play their tapes \  while idling away the long,winter evenings playingj checkers, chess, Scrabble,  s writing, letters or reading���there is virtually no .television reception in the camp.  "Pretty soon.the company is going to  build a swimming pool,'' explained John.  "Maybe I'll spend a little more time in  camp myself then." \,  i John, like several of the married men,  ��� commute to and from the camp to Sechelt  every, day. But for the men who stay  in camp all week,'the company tries its  utmost, tp keep them happy giving them  ''all the food they can eat and comfortable  sleeping quarters all for only, $2.50 per'  day room and board1. That would just  about pay,.for a lunch in -this' time of  spiraling costs.?"    v ~ 7   ' "<���  John gave Dave and' I a brief run.  ' down on the operation showing maps of  the logging, sites. We then grabbed bag  <r lunches and cans < of pop provided by  "Weldwood and jumped into a pickup and  headed out to the work sites.  ,. "Yespterday," explained Fuller, "I took  a group of loggers' wives on a tour of the  claim. It gave the girls a chance to see  what kind of work their men did. I  ���think they were quite impressed with the  , operation." " ^,  John drove'us up to the Bear Creek  . operation which was nearing completion  and, in a few more weeks, would be logged out. Passing by some spectacular  scenery, the engineer explained that it  is a government requirement to leave a  green helit around the creeks. These green  belts must be one chain, or 66 feet wide,  he explained.  ._  4 The logs in the Clowhom claim are  _-Vi    medium quality and largely spruce and  fir.  Loading up with nearly 100 tons of logs, one of the giant Forshner Bros, trucks of Sechelt, prepares to roll  lo" the camp.  n  - ^  __u.�� ���      ^ __  0   K  vv  t.,  V  4  G  f.~*  '- V   .   I-   fc ���_! v  0    * T"        V  ijw>  p.  CI ii. >  t  **���..   I  ^  w**V.  1     **".���   _.�����    ��� ���> , I M IP**��� ���*���� /*���'- ��� ._.  1 -   '    ' I   r��-     ��� \$   i% ���'���S^W'Ji*      . ���*  '���!������    ���|l"  '   ���       .      a"   .  ���   V  - '��'  ���il*  .A  7^  I    �� -  . *r ���'"  A  \'v 'My."-  I  &..-  ���-���������...  '* y ���  i .*  ��� -���'  ^���X -:  *   'i.  ��iE3 @ O O O O @ O  HO @ o  I  e  ��jw��t^i^4jM^atfjw_Jj___^^  s Peering over the shoulder of the loader, operator while he places huge spruce and fir logs aboard the truck  are Dave Austin, right and John Fuller.  ��iS^^.i52^^��^  j  A brief respite to admlro some of Olowhom's sconic boautloa was taken by tho tour. This Is a waterfall  near the Boar Crook site,  ill  i^-4; -. r:<7 -7%r^'.<;,. ^.fek.  ail.  'l<'''V.,'<��':  I&: iVi JpJJ: >  ii'*'_aaa,,l�� ja  hi.'-.-!'Si;v  i^i  ^^Waf1  fkXA  v^^:^~  .  "aS��a'  ��, *'P  a,   ".Or** '"  .iv^i/f."  j   m- ^mm^.       v _^.  "Fivt i<-   * - * --.Jaw*. * v  ������*.  IS ������*.:*?;���    -������ '���        -~i  ���t���ti���m " ff���*in" -���*��� i -��� ���' -r*1 ��� ���"*��������� ���- ������t-" ���*��� ~- ��� t** t****-*i**fi>   m<tj|i*  ti _^jp_ .  Vrfwiv  'Jfi"  Mt    J   I      *  Looking ovor tho pool tables In Clowhom'* rocrootlon centre are Jolin Fuller, loft ond Davo Au��tin of tho  ' Bank of Montroal,  We drove through a replanted section  of several hundred acres.  There was little action around any  the logging sites because of the pending  strike and with many of the high rigger;  leaving for the weekend.  TTVe looked over a larce yarder which  was built on the track and chassis of a GIANT YARDER at Bear Creek log-   neanng end of operations. Yarder is  World War n M-6 tank. The tracks made ging site was idle as crews prepared   former chassis and tracks of a U.S.  the unit highly manc^uverable and the for impending strike and many men    Army tank. Dave Austin looks over  operator explained that a crew could set had booked off. Bear Creek site was    the giant.      '  up the facility in a few hours as opposed  _   SfaTa,tart[e,te2!*The'tank SoS be    |0OI3��0@0O   VfflllUCifele   G��U p��ffl     BBBBIiaBB5l  the  equivalent  of beating  swords  into _,.     ... *����.-- _*._*._.�� *.    .       U  plowshares. 1 CUp thin coupon end SAVE $4.00 on your next        "  We doubled back from Bear Creek and   R    PERMANENT WAVE & HAIRCOLORING OF save $1.00    1  headed up Clowhom's mainline. It is a    u __ ���*..- ,��ja��tf *MAMOf%g% ~&  Cffy -  radioJcotttroUed-road   and  each djriver  .����.    -���*,- 4-   .��.^f.^re��*5Rwft*RrAf.T*��v^ -���  must give 'his position at each mile mark-    U -- ^  er so that a big truck, loaded down with    n COE\3TIR3EiyTAL  COIFFURES   &   BOUTIQUE  logs and weighing about 100 tons^won't   ti Tra|| ^ Ma||   Sechelt '   Phone 885-2339  roll over you. When you hear a truck as    n  just a mile or so up the road, you pull    ^ (v��Hd Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, In July 1974)  dff because the big guys can't stop and    m  you'd be flatter than a pancake. ^  The mainline goes up about 14 miles  and it follows lovely Clowhom lake. We  stopped at a proposed! picnic ground  which the (company' is preparing for .the  day when a 'trailer site is built and the  men and their famlilies can live together.  Hopefully, there will be a school then  too, said John.  The lake was a tranquil scene but  the water was rising rapidly due to the  warm spell. There was still lots of  snoW .on the surrounding mountains  which would be melting.  After lunch we headed up to Mile 14  where crews were finishing up. Mostly  they were loading or "cherry picking"  trees lying alongside the road, These were  trees that were felled for the road-building operation and they are taken first.  John explained that Weldwood had an  18 to 20 years logging on its claim for  which ithey have a  timber harvesting  licence from the provincial government.  The government assesses the company  ptumj^ge grates. :;.���  ���*Mlle 14 down and loaded," crackled  over the pickup's radio and we prudently  pulled over as the leviathon roared past  us enJKulfing us In dupt At that point  there was some radio interference with  We'ldwood'fl Squjunlsh logging, operation.  ���Arriving at the ��ito We pbarcd; over  the loader operator's shoulder as his claw-  111m. Instrument picked up giant logs like  ' mfttchstlcka and loaded them aboard the  truck.    ��� '���;'���'���  With �� series of whistles, the truck ,  driver moved, forward or hack oa tho  operator wished to facilitate loading.  When the vehicle was loaded the dTlv-'  w.Qrj_>MHcdu*6rw^  load while the next truck driver pulled in  for his load, And, then lt was down tho  14 miles to camp and off loading to, tlio  grounds whero ,front-end loaders picked,  up tho logs and' dropped them into tho  chuck where they   were formed   into  ibooms; Whon thero la enough of a boom'  0 tug laboriously itows them along Salmon Ann, turns right and hcqdh up Sechelt  Inlot to Skookumchuk  and heads  left  oround tho Peninsula and starts on the  downhill stretch dt the Strait of Georgia  to Vancouver,  After we had watched the loading.,  operation (there was Httlo logging be-,  1 cause of, the strike throat) wo piled Into,  the pickup, while John drove us down to  the campsite where wo   met manager  George Smart who haa had his hands,  fullk during the past, week with, labor  'negotiations,*'""' * ���������.���".������;"t ,'-���-;������   Dave, John and.l piled into tho Clowhom Queen. Hor twin V-0 Mcrcrulsor civ  glncs roared Into life and wo headed for  Porpoise Bay at an estimated 48 mph,  .���.���,,M wos���a,long day���a rewording day  ���an Informative doy���o tiring day,  Dave and I learned ft lot ond as wo  shook hands  and  headed towards our  car and John Fuller was ready to step  btvck Into the boat he said, "Seo you next  yoarl"  Award Winning  Stylist   ���  3 @ 3*27 1 5      P8^01" Harbour Centro, Madoira Park  $_>sai_S^_#&*5iJ8^^  ROYAL BAN K  PANDER HARBOUR CENTRA  Phone 883-2711 'l    Sft        aul'V,  Wr.  Montreal abranch, who is" leaving'to take   Win Course says .the., serviced at the old  (-  Wednesday; June 26. 1974  The Pennisulo Times ,,;,, page A-7  ',' LAST week Pender Harlxmr' marked- the - additional one.  ,     death of a member of -the, first, white'   /' This year thi  \family to settle, in,'the.area.: 7* '*7,. 7/7. *t one.location1;  A funeral service was heldin thecomi . ���$t ,>Garden  munity hall on, June'18 for* Mr?. Maggie /, <* Vancouver-  ' Wray, widow of" Charlie^Wray,  She had. been�� hospitalized .  .suffered  an accidental' fall.) some 710  months  \ had a;  irecover,  7 was taken  S. Maggie 7�����   vancouvex-T-iormerry. 01 vxoroniio^-isj ->aA ii,.^��*r*uT +a��Sw��~���Cm~.*m~m*\.~ ~t-    1  '' j-1  7^1  I Is  ��\ i*:  ., ily brought' her back': to the. Peninsula   ^"S^S** ftSti&fESttF-.  SfSS *? ^?��� *W  will re-  Fergusson,' and;  a,      ^     ' t  <7 ;'->" *���-V .���u"1,t7  r IB1;  Born in &>uth Dakbta! MaaeieWrav "     There were" tf ratepayers,on,h*and for Church in Garden Bay for* Harbour yror-  "came-tdthe ffiS^S *St (B��s w " ^ P"***"6' and they gave Approval to _ ahfflpas. The couple, were yery popular^  "  wSre  she  mS iSdmarried Slfte "J ^.planned first phase in upgrading our - with the    congregation, especially-' the _ -  h4bixd1 (ffi?m<iStwaf?he v*Stot>   ^ter system' ^ <** ����8toeering firm ( young people, who enjoyed ,the Fergus-    1  22\wian+^<S                                                                 and Asso&ates. pre- sons' guitar playing���both husband and ><��\  ^W S^^^&fl^Je^lS    ^nted their, plan to dredge Haslam Lake, wife were accomplished musicians,, '   -  -  ^ray,?SPtforSve ToSSd��*   ^^J^S^ltffS^ti^ ' y�� ^ 1^��V�� many *<* you will   J  csee or spedc to a single other member    S^^S^aS.SSi^"^ be aware, have been serving in Jamaica,    |  of her sex)                      - "> * '"^'      <*     vi��w? .Road.was discussed. ^    ���.      (      r for some years. As a matter of fact,. Dot    .1  '    Of course Pender Hanbour was much >   * All of us in Madeira Park who receive " and Stan Silvey's daughter and >pm sons M  less isolated pK'pSeMaiiS Wray a   our mail itoou'^h S���neral delivery, have visited' .with them while, holidaying .in 7 I  ��� �����^JS2 iLSn  ���t��n5K a!JS    *�� ��> Plan <our day ^ to.peiroit us, to,    the islands last winter. And it is-.through'   l  ^T^S^S^^^n^^.  .Pick up^correspondence durtog the'houre the   Silveys," indireotly^ttxaL I' __��B_Bft_J  * flWta^tattX^SS m!f33�� Ste   when the post^ScT is officiaUy open, that the Reverend and Mrs. - Fergusson * * I  ^^f^Z]^^ ^J^J^. J^^   And I venture to say there is not one'    Plan to spend, a two-month leavein the  7' ''  ffff"*^^  " "         ?           "        >           l       'O'1               ',    '" '   1       "   aV   -     "  '"   tk   ,  /    ���"       ''\-^l   "7-1          '>    '     ->777'>     ^       a     '         "   ^   7 , "    ,       J   7"..'    -J'       <  ��� 7  -'      "         ><*     '   '   ' "7     *   .     '     <>;    7       -,    x    ���'>$���<* y.y y " ',       i'i  '         '   \'J-  '     ' VF.               '         .      ��. nun   M>m<rDn����n,    ^.^^^^   ..,.._,���__  a^M^^^w^'  1'  numlber of wavs '     ' " other hours to ?uit our convemence.  ,numiberoi:ways T �� ��� . V      '���'<    One wonders why, then, people who  -.Several^members -of the^La^es'Aux- ; have freight to pick-up from the bus  .xhary to the Pender HaiW^braijch ol depot feel at liberty to'ask Willie Mattis  the CanadianTLegion.attended.her'funeral to extend his already .long working day  service in,their uniforms;, a suitable.tri- ('to suit" them. Madeira Park Store is open  Hute^to this lady who, until unmobihzed fc^ ,10 aan> to 10 pm> at thisthne of  by her .fall last year,' had been an active    ^he- year> and aH freight is delivered dtir-  .member of .that'group.    Vi~    .    ,. <. ^   s   ing'those 12 hours. Please,-Willie says,  Mrs. Wray is survived by her daugh^ arrange to pick up any items you are  ters, Margaret" (Scotty) Cameron,-,Muriel    expecting-during the period /when he's  r Cameron,,and. Julia ,-Reid, all of ..Pender    open, for business. ���"'  Harbour, and Florence Housman, of New    !Lt__j, ��,_.��._.,/> _rtnmt,_   >  Jersey; and by her four sons, Peter and'   rll*r RODEO THOPHIES  ' Tifify of Pender ' Harbour,' Len" of Gil*. Local BCMP officer Bill Van deBraak  sons, and Bill of Terrace, B.C. She also w*11 present-trophies to the winners.of  leaves a total of,129 grandchildren and the police bike rodeo held a few weeks  21 great grandchildren!J Six grandsons aS�� ^ Madeira Park Elementary School.  1 acted as pallbearers as the body .was laid" f Lee AanQ ,Reid wiu receive the award  to resit in Forest View Cemetery.. , 7 - for grades,a 1 and 2; Kari Morrison was  1   . -,      ,.' - ' * -'' _ the winner for grades 3 and 4; Glen Hig-  ACCIDENT PUZZLE ��      . ,      gins for grade 5; and Ian Campbell top-  Arthur Secular brought me news! last ' ped- all competitors in grades 6t and - 7.  week of the1 still unexplained sinking of The presentation was originally scheduled  Duncan Cameron's fish camp near Wei-, to .take place last Thursday, but two of  come Pass. Dune tells ine the-barge was 'the" prize winners were not on hand that  just out of the shipyard in Vancouver , day, and so .it1 was postponed until to-  and was being towed here to Pender Har- . morrow, June 27,, the last day of school,  bour. From here r it was to have been That's also the date for end-of-the-year  taken up to Smiths, Inlet." So far they awards,_but winners of these will not ber  have been unable, to get under" it to -try announced until tomorrow,  to determine the cause of the accident. The two youngsters who were away  Peggy Crowther asks me to remind from school last Thursday were among  all you parents of youngsters that swim- a group of elementary school pupils who  ming lessons are scheduled to start on had a different sort of learning experience  July 3���a week from today. If'ybu wish that day: they hiked up the Skookum-  your child to receive instruction, you chuk traiL 1 was happy to see" that they  should call Peggy at 883-2746 after ,6 ' had a great day for their outing;  p.m. in the next few days. Fee is v$5 for ' Many of us will miss Ken O'Cofifey,  the first child in,a family; and $2 for each     the^genial manager of our" local Bank of   jL__  quaintanoe with many friends up and tt  down the Peninsula."       , ,     -' '       IE  Speaking of churches.-reminds, me:    I  MMpM������^  aaaagaa  msm  VOTE  Progressive Conservative*  LOREUE GREENAWAY  aHIIHMHIlHimiUll.................,,,,,,,^  WE * SURVIVED^: QUR^'FIHlST ��EAR  v'''  J  p.    i~l  r ,1.-  P    (   T  ,K  . . o . THAWi^S TO ^AWQIIR 7.  ' J . 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Jell Tins   Dog & Cat Food  Royer. 15 ox.  ���....���...���  MWMHi  aimmmtmhmmak  miiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiuib.ii..  WEEKEND SAVIl  Berthroosm. Tissue  Cathmero. 4 Rolls _ ..   Heinz Relishes  12 ox  *...���   General Mills Snaclcs  Tang Lemonade  aple Leaf Canned Ham  1 %' lb. tin ...-................-................^^  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Crusty Rolls  Mother Hubbard. 8's *..������  i  Sporfcola  Canada Dry.Plus Deposit 7,..  ,  Stoned Wheat. Thins  Woston.^1,0-ox. -^^.i.-.-.i......-..-��.��.a.��4..i...���..Jiii.  Potato Salad  BEAN SALAD. Nalleys, 15 ox. '.:���..  Tang Dressing  Na|loys. 32 ox.   ii  Kool-Aid  Ro0ular Paks.-?_  .. ......  Kraft Cheez Whiz  "**lfi'ox,"���.:777;���..j;77777:777;::.77;;:.:7:^::.7:..  'afermelOEfis  LB.  A    .  Tomatoes  Hot Houoo. LB.  . Radishes & Green Onions  2 Bunches. , 1   r  Fresli Turkeys  Grade One >.      i ���  Coasting Chickens  Frozen. Utility* Grado.5-7 lb  .   Whole Round Steaks  LB.  teiess Rui  :oasts  LB.  tfiW^f'*!^;.'  ibV^    ��p>       'lUlHa.tl*     �����    *��4*lf,%A    ji?|.  Tab!  Bulk. ....  DOZ.  ��mmmm   jMiiMiiiimpiiiiyiwijiiy  pia.'"  .i.j^'i'i,"  mi hi.if .ui in in .ii nm)'pi in  tforfynur^nclde^'kftojiipttf^  'Sfh^un&ay&'iOMO^Msl&l^'Q^  'wiilyi, nnd fAugu��t inOpm ^k1M��lm^[W0m&^ri0M-?���!��|#V  STORE HORSs 9?30 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.,MONDAY- SATURDAY  , FRIDAY TILL-9;00 P.M.  /P/r/co�� otfoctlvo Wednesday to Saturday, Juno 26th-29th |  mtsmtm  Brings Home  the Bacon  for You . . .  \ <;���  '���-"X  :V.  *v  t _  *��.'  "S.  ;^  '���&  i  *.  ^ ���*���-.:��� i..  1  ���_/|J"*.*  5;  s$Mr 7;:A   fiffi;/-  i,"3SM& a fi   ��� :Jfta_nrV'   \  P       -  \  '1*  "V  /'  ,--��.'i  V  i'_����'_  COMMAND PERFORMANCE���Pret- Royal Canadian Legion, suggest tall  ty Daly Buttignol of Vancouver and patriotic British Columbians join in  her pet baby otter 'Oakie", repre- "Fly the Flag/Canada Week",  on  senting Pacific    Command of   the now and continuing through July 1.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  .  ' ���by Mary Tinkley  A NEW resident on the Redrooffs Road -  is Rene Ferris, born to Lome and  Dianne Ferris on June 13 at St. Mary's  Hospital.  A reminder to Redrooffs residents  that the annual general meeting of the  owners of' Redrooffs Waterworks District will be held next Sunday at 11 a.m.  at the Welcome Beach HalL  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McPhalen are  home at their Redrooffs cottage after a  months' holiday around the world. They  travelled by liner, ferry/ train, planes,  both big ,and small, - hydrofoil and in  Morocco, even on a camel. They started  their trip by flying to Honolulu where  they boarded the P&O liner Canberra".  On arrival at Hong Kong, they, left the  Canberra for a four-day trip through  Thailand and Malaya/The visit to Bangkok was one of the highlights of their  trip. At Singapore, they rejoined the'  Canberra and visited Australian and  New Zealand ports' before crossing the  Indian Ocean for stops at Durban and  Cape Town.  At Lisbon, Portugal, they left the  Canberra and spent three weeks exploring Spain and Morocco which they found  most interesting. From Spain they flew  to London for a tour of Great Britain  and Ireland. They,found London1 interesting with its colorful traditions such  as the changing of the guard and horse  guards parade. An Incident of violence  occurred during their ��� visit to Dublin  which made them glad to leave Ireland.  In Scotland they paid a visit to a little  village near Crieff, west of Perth,  which was Mrs. McPhalen'a birthplace,  It was her first return since sho left  there as q small child 67 years ago. Sho  knocked at the door of tho houso where  she wns born. The old lady who answered the door had apparently lived1 on  the same street ���,all her life and told Mis,  McPhalen she: had' known her grand*  mother very well. The McFhalena flew  back tol Vancouver from London.  , Another returning traveller > is Mro.  Eva Lyons who flew to Montreal for a  visit with hor daughter, Marilyn Russell and hor fam|ly, She enjoyed two  weeks of really hot weather, but on the  return journey their take-off from Toronto was delayed for 1% hours due to  storm damage to soma, .of tha electrical!  apparatus at tha airport, During hor absence hor granddaughter Carol Dash  ,H_,nndwhoru,.chUdren^hiiiVQw.bQftnustayjingwAt��  Mrs. Lyons' homo.  7 Back at RcdrboWs for tho Bummer la  Mffl.   Joan  McNoll.   Hex'  daughter   and  son-in-law, ��� Florence and David McNeal'  plan  to  (>pond  all the  time  they  can  Hp'nro from teaching' summer flcho/61 at  UJXJ with Mrs, MeNoU, ; '  Marjorlo   Greene,    accompanied   by  ,,. Mrs, Ruth Campbell of JVancouvor, wcro  guests of Mrs. Dorothy Greene' and left  for-a visit to Powell River.  Since last fall, Mr. and Mrs. Anton  Kadin have been planning to take a trip  with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wing of Sechelt to Everett to visit Mr. and Mrs. W.,  H. Fisher, sister and brother-in-law of  the late Vera Sallis. They had finally  settled to go two weeks ago, when they  had news of the sudden death of Hank  Fisher. They' arrived in time to attend  the funeral and stayed for a visit with  Mrs. Fisher and her family. Mrs. Wing  is a niece of the late Joe Sallis.  Poge.A-8 The, Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 26/1974     .  v y .  .  -  .  Joan Proctor  '. v / /       '   ' -,,.   ; .'7~.f Strait talk  ^IS YOUR husband quick about do-  -' ing repair jobs around the house?"-  asked my iriend.' - \. ���. -  *i ."Are'you kidding?" I asked. There  are some repair jobs that have been  waiting for his touch for years now.  It took him until' last week to fix the  tray oh the baby's high chair."  "Well at .least he finally did get  it done," answered my friend.  * "Yes, but the baby's going on 16  and hardly needs a high chair unless  it's a bar stool. Why^'it took my hus-'  band so long to 'build a garage Hhat  when it was finally completed we no  longer had the small foreign car _!t,  was designed to house. And the bricks  ���he .bought to make a patio with, were  piled outside for so long that moss  grew all over them and a passing  tourist actually offered us money for  out antique brick cairn. .  V A couple of months ago bur  youngest child climbed up on a chair  in the laundry room to reach the  pull-chain on the' light. He jumped,.  off the chair while hanging onto the  chain and managed the unique feat'  of pulling the entire fixture,out-of  the ceiling without so much as a  shock to himself. Of course my husband promised to repair the light  ttie very next day, but so far hasn't .  gotten around to it. As I prefer to  do my laundry chores at night it's  anything but easy. Have you ever  tried to iron by flashlight?"     .. -  .   "No," sftie said shaking her head-  in disbelief, "I can't say that I have.*  But my own husband Herman must  hold,'the record for being slow about  doing fix-it jobs. He just got around  to putting the training wheels on our  daughter's bike last week."  "So," I said, "half stifling a yawn,,  "wasn't she grateful?"  "She wasn't grateful at al ber  cause she got her. driver's license the.  same day."  , "That is undoubtedly some kind of  .   a record,','  I admitted.  "Now,  sit.  down and we'll have a nice cup of  coffee. Don't sit on that chair though,  the leg needs repairing. My   husr  band's been promising to get around.  to fixing it, but... Well, you know  how it is."  '   Beer made from spruce  twigs  and  needles was an early remedy for scurvy.  a,,^i^Wr^^  saaaiss  rulaaTSStaaa^-fai^i^  I  ^^Jga^jg^^^^J^  ASK FOR PRE CATALOGUE OF REAC tSTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  SecHelt ,885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  K     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C  (E. & O.E.)  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  16" Bar and Chain, regular $164.95  Homelite XL 2's  12" Bar and Chain yrirh carrying case.  Regular $134.95  :. 1   | PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL JUNE 29th  STORAGE PROBLEMS?  ���  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  7\ ' .   i 77l7!.u" >> ,-M!r'''1'i,''iV.'.'   ','/  1 - . ,    <^_.>1   ,   mm ' ,*.   W     ,mm.\   ������� I*.  jatM        <  floborU CrcoCt Picnic Slto , <!\;/  T'W'  JUNE 301  DINNER AT 5:00 P.M,  "Adults $3.50  Chlldron (10 and under)   $1,00  Phono for tickets;  886-9190 or 886-9374  BUILDING  Solvo thom with a  STANDARD STEEL  ��� Weatherproof protoction for mochlrtory, Largo, oasy-tcoporato  doors moans froo movement and .storage of oven tho largest  combine, , '  ' .  ��� Keep livestock safe and secured, Ideal for hog systems, cattle ,  6he<l, or free ��tall houslnflpof dairy cattle,  ��� Protects crops from wind, woollier and rodents, Claarspan Interior means grain can bo piled to peak (a 40'xl00' holds about  40,000 bushe|s, (  Call Collect or Mall Coupon Today for Color Brochure and Details.  PUASR NOTRi The advertisement wo ran In the Juno 12th Issue  of this paper contained the wrong address for our firm. We app-  loglio for 'any Inconvenlonco this may have caused local residents  responding to tha advertisement. Please try agalnl The error has  now been corrccrod,  Iff *<�� l*�� ff****W��*��� *t��*t*WftflMHt .  .Telephone  Nome  I Address ,...  | Province ....  ��� Date Planning to Build : ��� i   . Slxo of Building Planned'; width _... n length  f ��ti*��f mm ��� <*��*** <���*�� am. m *'  .��� Postal Codo  SELMA PARK - RADCLIFFE ROAD #3-190  High up view lot, 80x125'.' looks above other lots to water view.  TVaJnimol  clearing. Serviced-hydro,  water  & cable T.V.  Asking  $14,900. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves._  GRANTHAMS WATERFRONT    ' -        #2-2-997  View house to rent year round -and cottage on the beach. Warm'  swimming and good moorage. Handy for communing by speedboat*  from Fisherman's Cove. Leasehold   17 years on present, lease.  $35,000 terms available. Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves.  , SELMA PARK - CUTE & COZY #17/13-201  Two bedroom cottage, completely remodelled w/V rugs throughout,  4 piece coloured plumbing, elec. heat. Small fenced yard, good  garden. Lovely view. Economical retirement. F.P. $18,500. C. R.  Gathercole/ 886-2785..  GIBSONS (near Sunnycrest) a   #5-3-198  Level cleared comer lot  (65x120') on  Davis Road,  handy to  schools and other amenities. Proposed park nearby, fine new  homes all around. Might be on sewer line soon. $12,000 F.P.  Jack White, 886-2935 eves.  34 ACRES - VIEW! #3-153  4 bedroom home, 2 cabins, new barn, chicken and goat sheds, on  34 acres. Selectively cleared, southern exposure, wide angle view.  Road frontage on 3 sides. An exceptionally fine property. $90,000  down on full price of $170,000. Try your offers. Lee R. Brown,  885-2235 (24 hrs).  MlM-HOBBY-FARM WEST SECHELT -#3-215  Get into this and beat the high cost of living, have your own cows,  pigs, and chickens, plus vegetable garden, Come back to where it  is peaceful. This mini-farm has an older 3 bedroom housp, plus  o 16x12' cabin and a 28x32' barn, and a 20x50' equipment shed  and workshop. 4% acres approximately cleared and fenced with  a small orchard in one comer. F.P. $65,000 terms. Pat Murphy,  885-9487.  PEACE & QUIET #ll-3-1��T  p    On a lazy side road off Lower Roberts Creek Road a 70x111' lot'  not far from beach access. This dead end road has water & hydro  available. You will like this country lot.  F.P.  $11,000.  Robt  Kent, 885-9461 eves.  WEST SECHELT - LARGE TREED LOT #3-197  Get seclusion, view & trees, on this lot 119x3207 Water & hydro.,  Excellent for a designed home of your choice, in this choice ar&it  '   Asking price $22,500, a single lot goes for minimum $12,000.  Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  GIBSONS RURAL ' #6-3-154  -  Over 8 acres, Va   in grass,  rest in weed developed trees with  stream thru'. Frontage on two roads. Village water. Terms on  $38,000. Jock Worn, 996-2681 .eves.  GIBSONS - RETIREMENT OR STARTER #5/0-181  Attractive single bedroom cottage, propone furnace, stone fireplace. Situated on quiet Franklin Road, one block from beach.  Choice, level fenced lot-on sewer. The house is shabby but full  price of $19,000, provides generous allowances" for renovation  by handyman purchaser. C. R. Gathercole, 886-2785 eves.   ~^  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT LOT #20-4-138  About 100' of shoreline, located at end of a little cove, close to  marina. No tide flats in this area. Lot is level, wooded & served  by water system, ideal for,summer home. F.P. $15,000. Jack ,  White, 886-2935 eves.  ���   ������ i   i.   ... m   !���!���   ��� ���     mt  ACREAGE -^SOUTHERN EXPOSURE .    #3-132  Gentle slope to this treed acreage. Land size 4.6 acres. Building  site selectively cleared. Serviced with hydro & water source indicated. There.is a good view from this property. F.P. $24,900.  Lee R. Brown, 885-2235 (24 hrt).  1 ACRE REDROOFFS RD.- #3-166  One acre of gently sloping' Ignd with 106' on Redrooffs Rd.. and  500' in depth, south westerly exposure. Possible subdivision In  the future, F.P. $15,000 try your offers. Pat Murphy, 885-9487  eves,  AN INFLATION HEDGE #17-3-213  Large lot 152x98' and interest at only 10 per cent. A quiet road  in the midst of activity. Havies Rd. affords the opportunity to  the small investor to spread his purchase over 5 years with only  $3,000 down. Robt Kent, 885-9461 eves.  DAVIS BAY - LARGE TREED LOT #3-220  Lot size 72x274', great scope for a gardener, 1%'blocks to  beach. Enough alder wood for fireplace for many winters, also  some evergreens, Gentle slope & potential water view. All local  services, $ on black topped road. Asking $14,000 .Peter Smith,  885-9463 eyes.  GIBSONS RURAL #3-223  Semi-waterfront lot on Gower Pt. Rd. Beautiful selection of trees  on this largo view lot close to seafront.   100x138'.  $13,500  cash, Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves.  4.6 ACRES - MASON ROAD #3-217  Peacefullness surrounds you as you walk through the park-like  setting. Beautifully treed. Frontage on Mason Rd, Gentle slope.  ' Not In  land freeze. ,F.P.  $27,500i.  Leo  R,  Brown, 885-2235  evenings.  VIEW LOTS PORPOISE BAY (Sunshine Heights) #3-167/1168  These 2 Jots offer all services with a wonderful view of the  Sechelt Inlet, cleared and ready for building. 5 minutes away  from tho new arena, and a boat breakwater is being built to  accommodate 200 boats, Prices for these lots are $13,000 and  ,   $14,000. Pat Murphy, 885-9467 oves.  ROBERTS CREEK #11-3-191  .Level wooded lot, close to beach, hydro & water available. Zoned  R-l: F.P. $11,000. Jock White, 886-2935 eves.  ALL HARD WORK DONi #17-3-210  Landscaped & fencing posts are in on this view lot at Selma Park.  Approx. Vz basement in concrete plus a.house that will do you  for years.  Recently reduced tp only $24,900 (not on reserve)."  Bob Kent, 885-9461 .eves.  GOING CONCERN MOTEL '��� ���     #3-221  A busy 10 unit operation, with fine owner's quarters. On the  beach. Excellent man & wife operation, ill health forces sale. Full  details only to sincere inquiries. All in very good condition, & well  equipped, in our best area. $50,000 cash required,' carry balance  on monthly payments from revenue. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  TUWANEK ~ . #20B-3-146  Nicely situated on a view lot, here's a near new honrm well built  by owner. View sundeck big living room, two bedrooms. Driveway,  garden nicely laid out. $38,500 on terms. Jack White, 886-2935  .   " eves. s   "  ^^^^       ^MP^^       pi^^^       ^^Vff^       ^R^^       ^^^^^       ^i^PH|       JSa^^^p       |^^^R|  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK , %   #3-214  Large treed view lot on Hiway  101.  In area of new homes.  200x117'.  Fully serviced. Gentle slope.  F.P.  $20,500.  Lee  R.  Brown, 885-2235 (24 hours).  WATERFRONT LOTS - REDROOFFS ROAD #3^136  Panoramic view of the Georgia Straits with a beautiful building  site on the Redrooffs Rd. for both lots. Steep access to beach;  there is a private road giving easier access. This road is only  for the convenience of the lot owners and not for the general  public; drive out on Redrooffs and see the Sechelt Agencies signs  on the lotsT Pat Murphy, 885-9487.  SEA VIEW HOME , #3-216  Built to last (almost forever). This outstanding home has a fully  concreted basement with auto oil furnace & hot water storage  tank. About 4 years old. The builder built this home to his own  high excellent standards, but was forced to move. His loss will be  your gain when you purchase this modern home with all the  extras for only $60,000 cash on the barrel head. Buy in Sechelt _  and be sure. Robt. (Tiny Bob) Kent, 885-9461  evenings.  DAVIS BAY - LANDSCAPED - 3 BEDROOM HOME #3-182  Don't want, stairs? Here is a fine 3 bedroom home with utility,  stone front heatilator fireplace, and a truly panoramic view of  Gulf. Washer, dryer, range & fridge, plus drapes, with sale. Priced  ~in low forties, and early occupancy. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  EUREKA ROAD (Sargeant Bay area) #23-3-188/1218  2 lots, each for $8,000 F.P. take your pick. Level wooded land,  hydro available. Only 6 miles to Sechelt, bus nearby. Many are  building in this areo, ideal for summer homes, retirement or just  plain  bushwacking. Zoned  R-2.  Jack White,  886-2935  eves.  -  1 BEDROOM HOME - SECHELT #3-209  Charming older type 1  bedroom home on a %' acre lot just a  short walk to the beach, shopping centre, schools. For appointment to view - Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves. F.P. $28,500 cash  or $32,000 terms.  TUKANEK SEASCAPE " #3-158  Admist the dogwood forest we offer this lot - triangular -  150'  road, 123'xl73'; on road too: Water and hydro and .a nice spot to  nest   your   vacation   trailer.   Want   terms?   We'll    listen!    Try  $7500 full price. Bob Kent, 885-9461  eves.  PENDER HARBOUR - RETIRE & FISH #3-070  A good lot - close to stores & boat launch, easy easy access.  Water & hydro to line, easily cleared for building.  Zoned t for  .mobile home, or larger type house. The price $10,000, under  half cash.  7  per cent on  balance.  Match  It!!   Peter  Smith,  885-9463 eves.  REDROOFFS ROAD (Near Welcome Beach) .#26-3-184  Big lot (100x510*) understood'to be on local water system.' Listed  for $14,000 on terms. Try your offer. JACK WHITE, 886-2935  evenings. >  VIEW, LOT - SELMA PARK '. #3-085  This lot is cleared and ready for building your home, it has an  easterly & westerly view from the top of the lot, lust drop by  Nestman Rd., and see the sign. Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  F.P. $11,000.  CAN I  HELP YOU? ,        ,     ,      L    #20-3189  My client wants to get a sale - now!, on his lot that fronts on  an "almost" seaside location. Only the esplanada Is between  you and the waters of Porpoise Bay. May I assist you to an  equitable price? Coll be Tiny Bob (or anything else) but lets  aet a sale going for your sake (and mine, too). Foremost, is my  client's wish to sell! Phone 885-9461.  AN APPOINTMENT ONLY , t      L #17-3-212  Yes it's an absolute must! Ask me the price, then, by an inspection only will you appreciate the Inherent quality 8< the actual .  spaciousness of this'truly fine ocean side home. A wide, wide  view, you'll feel your floating tranquilly above the Trail Islands,  looking outwards to Vancouver Island. PlcaseJ By appointment  Jnly. Robt Kent, 885-9461.  100 GRAND'& EASY CARE #3-110  Yes, It's a lot down, but If you have It you'll not find a better  place to put It. You will enjoy tho easy care and watch the  capital appreciation grow In leaps & bounds while collecting  monthly Incomo. A huge home by a year round creek plus a  40x20' heated pool on roughly an acre plus nearly 5 acres ot ���  ' trailer home park featuring a present 18 sites with room to  double for expansion. F.P. $195,000 terms. Try your full .cash  offer. Robt Kent will listen at 885-9461 or show you on our  closed circuit T.V.  WATERFRONT HOME - 2  BEDROOM DAVIS PAY , #3-177  Charming home on 60' of the best  waterfront on the '��� Peninsula with  rustic dining room with bay window  giving, a wonderful view of Vancouvor Island and the very active Georgia  Straits. Many other features. FTP,  $64,700,;, Pat Murphy, 885.9487.  ' H.ll.L.l.1,11^���������i   l.il   n ____.!,   ���   ^  REALLY GENTLE SLOPE TO  THE SOUTH     7      , #3-170  It's all on the nicest waterfront location. Full 2 bedroom home plus solf  contained 260 sq. ft, of bachelor  pad, and a sun deck you wilt truly  enjoy, $55,000 F.P., Bob Kent,  885-9461 eyes, y  WEST SECHELT���''��. VIEWI  ���VIEWrVIEV/I���"**'",,*""1U*,"Va:rlous���  Finest cholco of View lots anywhere!  You can, Just,about bat your bottom  dollar wo havo a vle\v location to fit  your needs, I even have a lot at only  $10,000 full prlco that I feel Is my  best Value published today I Robt  Kent, 005-9461 ayes,  , HlMHU���llMI    III Illl   H       II |     |,.||   ��  SECRET COVE COUNTRY  ACREAGE #30-3-187  Near Jol|y Rogor Inn. Short trip w  Sniugglers Cove, Quaint names but  an excltlnp view from these nearly 15  acros, and about 1500' of Hwy, 101  frontage, ,Try your full price offer but'  yto of for terms - $10v000 down �� bain ���  once over 20 years. Put, on your  piking boots A wander throuah "arbutus country" seo for yqursolf, Robt  Kent 805.9461 eyes,  Vi _,_ ��� '�����,������-���     :~    - ft.-      in.   '��������������� -  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ��� Phono "Tiny" Bob for the lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  a*aaamwaamnaanaaa*aa*mamaamaaaannaaaa*nmanmmama*ai*maaaaana*mna**am  EVERY MONDAY���-1:45 p.m., Community Hall Roberts Creok,  Elphinstone Now Horizons carpet bowling, cards & films.  EVERY TUESDAY���7i30 p.m. Secholt Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Sechelt  Ups,8�� Downs) Club. Now members wolcome,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8;00 p.m., Bingo, new Legion Building, Sechelt.  EVERY WEDNERDAY���8 p.m. Introductory Lecture on Trancendontal  Meditation, I.M.S, Centre, Gibsons,:  EVERY THURS,���8.00 p,m��� Dingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  p .THURS���afternoon��,!'JOPS" meeting at Public Health Contro,;1 ;30t3;00 , ���  1 EVERY FRIDAY ��� 1-3 p.m., Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  Shop, Also first Sqturday of each month, 10 a.rn. to 12 hoop  , durlnp, summor months,    ,  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 12 noon to 2 p.m., WHson Creek Library.  Juno 73���1.30 p.m.. Community Day of Prayer, Calvary Baptist Church,  park Rood, Gibsons. ,M| welcome.  Juno 30���10 o,m,-10 p.m,  New Legion Hall, Gibsons, War Gamos  Rally,  snacks and coffee avallablo, Admission free,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  EARL'S COVE FERRY & ��� ~-~ - -  VIEW  LOT ? #49-3.200  Don't be In a ruth to catch the  ferry, take time to drlvo In on  , Jervis Ihlof Road. Find myjilgh on tho  best darn view lot you'll see for sale  with proven well ond cleared-noar-  reody-to-bulld or move your trailer  onto this virtually unobstructed view  of Jervis Inlet property, Make your  offer. We ask $ 11,900, Robt Kent,  885-9461 eves.       *  wt  Multiple Matins Service  Vancouver  Real   tstato  Doord  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 (24-Hour.) Box 128, Socholt, B.C.  ...    ........     , Yonc&urerPbsmo689-5030        .,,,..,,,���,,.���>,,  i  -  i.  \  t  i  1  i  !  , I  !  s��s��ps^^ (>. (.a  'a'    >  l pip  a*.*    7^. -/^"^'-m  a    t  V '  i  7,1). >a 7 A t^|l'�� sl   7-  aiwBnniiini��n��ii��BiiwiiBBa��iniiinniiiiimi��m��niiniinniiiiB��n  4 i;<; v>7Sy:7 ���  , m. -'r^y:, 7\v "���'���::'' ^'-'  <SecheI^ ���&u��ciJ -, . .  Pogea J -4'  f   71  '  ,,s    > ���,��      <-  ����v  i"V-  "_ ," a ���   J P   .   V '." I   .(   '' V aa  J1'   >���  4 i  y,,  ��7,  -  __ lllage will again  oil diistiest streets  , 1.1  f * > t  ^  ,���      Clerk NeU Sutherland-said that oil cret7'jProP?sitions  ,��,vthe village7'$90q/last\^: ~   j:. '  aX,'.,^^^^^ su?g^te^7>in'g possibilities  777 "j \\Watson moved^^t^W'second'by*'Os- | ^<'<(Phi W?4fcf& H KP !h lW,'l7  ���"Tj , jbopne that SutherlVnli/fook^into'tne leas- ! '7^%^'BrH'' Iw'Ba �� , i.H'.', I  ISr Mute possibilities o'fthe/Datsunt If' the ve- '! 7 ijHMIlililtl_l 17 7  tXrei  V  ���im��min��uiniiaiiBmiinii��niiiiniiwn��iw��nH����M  7- -M ,  ��� K>ji?��*i  ���J John Hall  An exciting new adventure in cooking. The amasing  'JENN-AIRr Range: and Char-flavor Grill! Fully  operating, in, our showroom for live demonstrations.  COMPLETE RESIDENTlXll AND CO/v^MERClA^LCJORCbVERING  service, ' -;o "'*���', ', wO*��v!4" i";��&, "-"y\ - , '\ *  e CUSTOM MADE DRAPES FROM;f AMOUS CXNADJAN^MILLS .  |      ,��  FREE IN-THE-HOME .ESTIMATING AND; SELECTION .SERVICE  1'  '  *-h  1     '.   jtl��>'*"      ;  .  "^  ^wWc'essioh^Qisfrien were told and77 ; Work 0li land-in."Block 6>is fi  e struts shOTim\t^ oiled this yet��:^;,, getting underway, ;Suiherland .told <  iter Jsome1 disy^sj^n council agreec^,1." cilmen. The village'hajj^contracted E  il^the-jdustiest^ti?a|a|tp. 7 '. \fX','<y-Banner to start clearing operations.  ,6sb&ne/sav(\th#^,;five-acre block\' .^Sechelt Lands^plpe suppUed with'a |  bdivisipri^U'MWed "^d then." hfe7';li��^ of acceptable street.names- in keeping   .*  1 fl   ^m  .    .77 ��� ^SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST   ���      ,   , \  Showroom,Hours: 9:30.o.m. to 5:30 p.m./.Tuesday to Saturday.,  finally    |   -       -.    r      .1 '.-.' '  coun-    !  I^l^wSj council agreedcitoen. The villag^ha^contracted Ervine   ! ''V.Opposite.'neW.rlefll^ Construction"  " dustiest ^tr^ts.        7'.    ^ ^Tu,'t Banner to start clearing operations.    ",*/!"'' -'��.��.  ���'��  '..,7, '���-  '.,   * >* WHARF ROAD    .,   ;-,,>><>   ���  ! IMIIUBMIHM��HUUII|JIIIIIIIIMMmUI��l��l��UBMB��IIM  f >  I  ^Jawnrmd^.bVca^e'^he bnefthe villagoV;^d ^council emssed concern thatd  7\'purchased'ra7Vbar,,VgV.iB.broken.    -   . ^77:^^ were not followmg.the.bykw.  , > purchased7a*yeariajgo.��is  7', r \ Sh]iiW^<>iltt{'^?^4vwhy  the ,laMro'7-  /^ mower'!fi^ckedv!iiV,,up;V7W'hen it's only,'f7-  7.-     Sutherland refrl_fe&',a��___.t asit's a house-V'  '.,' hold - type^ machine,'tuidris used t two/ or��.  ' three times'a wfeek*^t*.fean't be expected'7  77to offer7the'same'7types76f service'as an<c  1 ��   v industrial ���moddi:7" '���*  ^c   < pt 1  aiMapaai^^  VOTE  ./Prograssivo 'Conservative  f^LORNE -GRESMAWAY'r'  1    *    '   ^.J   ,1 * * ���   -��    * Y��    *    ���>    ���! ��    '     -,    fi    i  \'       it-is e^^ed7th^'<th6 new mowe��-1 ^���!"��������'��-��'"'��'li'?'W^i��,����>'-��-!-����......rs  7 will cost:;aboutJ$35^7V'.; - '^j | <    7 , .- .   MISS SfiE'S       ' 5  -lor^'sSf;'M lraK a ^f;| 7 CARD&iW SHOP  1  aS  " 1    7-       Council was-toldVt>y% works foreman<"pS  Vt.      j jft;>      j -7 Geary Freeborn ttiat^Jus/did nbt wish 1o7i.,      Wharf Road - Sedwlt - 88S-M6�� 5  T?.k. j          f     j j   continue "to use; his.aown. pidcup truck fbr^7 s \                ' P.O.^ BOX 213^,   '      ', '|  1'   municipal work^evari/thWgh the vmageC J   Haltaark-CoMtta7MnU and wrapplnet. f  paid him for the use_of,it.                      J,;a. nM  BubIIsIi ehiM cupa and eaucan. "  PUTTING THE-finishing touches on   aland ar���i Mike Willis  -.and Detoby Aid..Norm Watson.suggested that thepi|, BouHqup itomB/joco) arttttt pointing*.   5  the bus which will��take the Rain-,  A^hby. The converted bus wiM sleep village lease a pickup;,and, he added, he il,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^,,,;,,,,^,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.;  coast,Company on their tour of JUhe . seven/p^gons. * .....-_  Sunshine. Coast-and Vancouver Is-V .    ,       __-     7   Cooper's Green purchase . . .        ;       .  Sechelt backs district in  >i. ��la,'j  f t  pam maintenance plan  SECHELT���Village  council    agreed'    in an observer to the airport committee,"  principle   to support    the  Sunshine Shuttleworth replied.  Coast Regional District's new parks and Aid. Ted Osborne said that the "vil-  maintenance function but not without a lage is digging for money for the oil for  .J��t of* soul ^searching,   f - ��*   7U'7.'     '^ ' the 'roads.  "We should mend our ow_o  '"   "Mtyor-Harold'Nekon^s'aid that the> fen:^''        ',.";.*,     ^        *  ��  purpose of .the district in accepting the "That was,alright f<* *he past. Now  parks function is-the opportunity to.pur.' we> have tiie regional district willing to  chase Cooper's ��� Green at a cost of one ">\re; with us-we should move .toge-  third or $33,000 while the provincial govr ther,'   said Shuttleworth.         -  ��rnment picks up the remaining portion  ; Shuttlewonth's motion," with a second  or $66,000. It would' also maintain. VL by Watson' stated: 'The village wiU si^-  IS^the recreational site    at .Roberto ^ ^ .^ ^ prinoi^:Qnd ^ the  Clerk, Neil Sutherland expressed his    district to ,^pell out a ll#le more in' de-  doubts as to the value of participating in    tail.". The motion was cl^ried.  the program,    "because With tue  nelp Ol     ^mtmamitmiiiimimMtmiummimmim0>miu^mmiiiuma0>tmimm  the Lions Clulb we have done consider-1  ably well in development of Hackett  Park."  Aid, Dennis Shuttleworth said that the  district's plan is a good one and added  that he hoped the village wouldn't persist in "its antediluvian attitude,"  He added: "I move ,we support the  district." '     . .  Aid, Norm Watson'said "We have not  received any maintenance aid for Hackett  Park."' .      {  "Byt," he continued, "Cooper's Green  should be in the1, public domain. It's a  shame that it belongs to Jim Cooper because he just loused it up."  Shuttleworth replied: "Look at the  concept; look at the overall project. Let's  , got behind the idea, let's" help,''  Clerk Sutherland interjected1: "I will  go along With the idea if the regional  district helps with the library and airport."  "The regional district has appointed '  JOIN IN THE FUN'  ^INilMSPLk; .HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  i  V t.H  ' a s  31 1@, �� U@��h��, mCUf^QMB  y  iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii  t *  , 1    -i ��  , t i   <  -    t    V  1  Vif-  ��^NtOU��ER 1MB  5569;yiCTQItlA HRi��E;>  PHOi^E COLLECTS 321-6731  PLEASf COME IN TO SEE OUR DISPLAYS OF  FROp ENTRANCE DOORS. PHONE COLLECT  ON'QUOTES ON COAAMON OR FINISHED  LUMBER OR WHATEVER YOUR BUILDING  REQUIREMENTS ARE.  iHiiMiiiUi��niuiiHi��iiun.iatiiiii��iiiaHuia{��ie;iais3^iu��iai��ji��Mi5HB3!_i.58_i.sMCiBiini{iiti5UEii  TOTEOia CLUb?  FitiH^YS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  s  Jcackpof $300  $7? TO GO  7*T DOOR PRIZE VV  *'��� r*  ,7' ��� ' ,  ; 7'"7  LOCAL  GREEN  ,'i i  By-the-  Pleco  Smoko House  ^MfJMifnMIM/JfUMMflMMJfMMMMMIMmigii/IMtf/MmmiMIfJQ  \ '  Pender Harbour Residents tor your Support  our Rosy Kitchen Is proving successful (let's  talk over any suggestions or complaints to  ...���    ,��     help improve our cafe),  i  MIX &  MATCH  n     n     m  KELLY'S KOSY KITCHEN  ,:       Madeira Park, B.C.  pjs.:    Wo Miss Our Fisherman!  SMOKED PORK  k7,  B.C. #1 Greenhouse,.  Supplies subject to availability  ' ,due to meat strike,  Rupert Brand Cod,     ^  20-oz. pkg oa.i I  Dessert Topping, ,33t ox ��� oa  iS ,'  Blue Ribbon, 1-lb. bag  Ready Cut Croamctfci, 7 ok.  Peek Frean Digestive, 15-0*. bag  or LEMONADE  Sungpld  ,  CLOSED MONDAY ��� HOLIDAY  ���   PRICES EFFECTIVE; ������ -  Thursday; Friday; Saturday  Juno 27-28-29  ^^^nal^gip  Wo reserve Iho right  to limit quantities.  SECHELT  885��9416  -"*"i ���f^il"-*"' ���*���" ..--.t���a.j-.-.-|1,-J,,|._J.JJi-j ti,--ir niliif-iiii-rjmiiinMi Page 8-2  ���      Tho, Peninoula Time?,-  W^negday, June 26, 1974  . due to the .absence of,the usual flooding,   the multitudes of waterfowl they attract.  ��   fr   > hi. .   <h   ��   ,    f   *   I    ���    '  | j I   ���   . ��   ��    <   '  1   �� "    ���  ���    t  <i ' ��� .-���      -    fir>7  ft >ZJime&  V  "���><�����> "ifirs��' ��� '                               v-\T n       *x'^simeo    ^wr\  ft ?M-        _\��� ���.-..' .\, ��������� ��� ���.��� ���' ��� 'SSP.r'^���-'"S -������������ -i 7    *��� / ^v^fV  > - ..r_JVsi.-'�����       ..   * f-   1                                                                         .- .������_��-_-���* _��   . - ,   ,. -    , J     . ���  ���    ��� M��-*����     - .        a  7 A SEJfcffiLT and :DistaotVBetarded Chil-  *"     $reri's  Fishing Derby7 June   16  was  1 *? veiiy'succas&Iul through*-the hard work of  if|7 some very dedicated people. 7    v  - The old salt chuck gave'aUp' everything  Z ' *but��,a gumboot. The w^e/gli-in table was  covered with fish of every type and size.  <��� The salmon were all taken with flashers  ,,   and Tom Macks. There *were prizes for  everyone and for all catches7Needless'to  say the dogfish were brought-in.,by the  t"bucketful. The second'heaviest,'fish of  . ��� the day was a 17-pound,"dogfish!  As you travel up and' clown the'coast 7  and talk to anglers theYraime^stibject'is '.  the tremendous increase^df the* dogfish  and the impact on sport fishing iii ^this  area. They feed on herring, sandla'nce and "  other small schooling fish. This is<9alM,the  ��e liureiing  CLOSING DATE:! 3:00 >.fc JUME 28, 1974  Tender Forms may b�� picked up at  Gibsons EVaunicipal Hall  'W��M0fmiMMMi/��tfMWffflMmtMiHfMWiMMmmmmMmiisii��  Under Mew "Mmeag&ment  > t  >  Resident-Managers Coho Marinas Ltd.  CABINS ��� CAMPSITES ���- BOAT RENTALS  MERCURY PARTS & SERVICE  MERCRUISER < & MERCURY OUTBOARDS  a^a  Madeira Park ������ 883-2248  Wi-iiSJF22^ r*4"*    * Madeira Park -883-2248      "                              |  * ^so .anyone who hasVfcuose extra, podcot *>ii*            . ��, - <,> ������    ,,. .,>. *. s                                                                                                  -                            fi  7^^5SSf!bi1ngvtW,around and buv'J.^ geese have i^ed,'w^ thig,spring ^MMJ/mMfflMMmilMiiMM/immiMMIMlffimMMiMMSIMMMlMi  v'^e/d4ffeen>t1one/$/,^''bake and 'booto'Afv                           //,'.'.         T"5        ! :.f,,' ">. ', '. '       ',       ;                          '      ���'  Vs^e^^(h^ld7^^_TraUBayMaU,V.7;,7     ^-^      ,\*,y.*\       ;/* >.^��.,^> .       .     ,..  /.Everyone'command liuV^              ^        -'   V/    M     ^      AVs.', ,,7    7'' *���-,.- -  _.  r .^'�� f"^  * ��� ��� ��  a  SECOND it>Hl>^v4;f#^/lbisKe^^j  in the retew^'W^^^ffis^^deit^/C  l>��  v .EveaTone'CQpie'and Wy\,\  V'v'']Back , out1" at the ^na, things are  '."sfojwly/ processing. Lojj^jng around at  ���t the 'back, I-could' see t^.e men building t  -' forms for the last/of 4jtyfe \oement to be\  ���''PpuiedTat the far^end o/.the arena. They  are also ibusy putting $ms on the boards. ,,  ,,unie'boffirdy,''are ^J4|^*vi'm \ calling *he%*  se''/'around thevioet./.'      \ 7.^  *  r * .  >  <  ��   9   %  \ 1 ^ .  S?^i' iRStf  '.    J. ^ a ,  ft'*.  -.1  L  K  f  i.  ��� .'tfence'''*��roiuMi ft^tA',  ' .���' * X" ttO'^^fW what4Tm, talking about'  i  '-when  I'^-stand  out, inear, those boards  .]    and look��'itoward.the.lobjby. We have got  ���1   some color, in tiiere-.C caiy tell color when'.  .���]    I see < ait. *    .      '.y*��tV,  .'"' 7'T_|^%wwk/partiesrVo^ Tuesday and'7*v  '���"' aThuriddy��*consiste<i of*some hard-work-**  .'    ing womeh,Vplus there -,were even people .  out Thursday morning imdiwenow have  the7office'jpainted,y^ ryg down, a table'  in and the telephone 'hooked up.  ���'   77 It" ^.actually  starting to  look like \*\  an office.     .        ,    * > ^/,  . ,  Most', of the lobby has had its first \\  coat of/painit,' plus some paint has beerfV,  done in' Hihe entrance wayi I believe the  *  mu��ic room, is bein^ .worked on tonight, ,,  ^//.plus, a'second coat* ofe^int. '7,  !.'.* \ I'm not.saydng what >c6lors the .paints ",%  are. You will have to Vwne out and look '*  for yourself. All I will say is that the  first aid room is a beautiful blue.  Ed Nicholson has reported to me that  the sound system is in downstairs. He's  also been working .upstairs, so I think it  is'all in now, including the speakers out  in the arena area/ A person won't have  to worry about missing any play-by-play  J'iJ] of the hockey games once they are being  ��� A "��� announced, anyhow.' Thpy are even put-  ��� *',>   ting speakers',in,the washrooms, so there  .  ���    is no way .jto get away^JBrom -the sound:  7    Let's hope.ithe skatingmpsic isn't a loud  ' rock group riif it is piped into every pant  of the arena; I get> enough of that at  ' home,-. .<* ,   ^.^ ,m,  .'/ ' *ph5w:9*are so many���hftje things to do  ".Tvirhen'a ��'person is building. I look and  /see walls that need>parting, but th��re  Vare things like door frames to paint as  , v well as',1 doors,  and thp. doors have to  ��� v'liave hinges on them and'be hung.  ' -There<is some lovety",redwood up now,  too., The top of the\talling has redwood,  ori..lt and the banisti^ ore the same,  also, the.' tops of tHS Settees and they  are puttirig in. ledges^'ifche viewing area  windows .made from' redwood. It is beautiful looking wood.  TINIEST' 'COMPETITOR  wtHKtHar 'k/^S^^SS.jTJ01!^"' ' \  TWEMTY.ONE^POUND.AW^  ^&*��������~ ^tX'S^^^^^^' 'l  the recent Sechelt  V  i t ��  ��   7    *  #  i;  itiarded Children'  nuar fishing derby ���.         Proudly displaying his fWe oartoh is   ln'g 4_W^.  J, MacQuarrie. ;V:  one night and the ne��J,.day some lady  te ��� cu^^fn^f?^ ''fl/aeWL-liAGaiSi w get some  HARRY  OLAiSSEI  W;D.P.   \s7 i. V mm :���r��� V.:W asMngfihW'Tto sahtttwalls.or get some  . ^impemon .-a.^ KXtemr^^ti^v^M^ that a  winn&r%t'4D0 Clubdrdw \';p^rt'.����^;^^te,Ted��fl there to  ,��57frw <* tot week's^AWM 7 1,7^ ^^ttoa8h.i(^y^ded the  J. mUOCi.qub^ra,w was ��. ��k ��obertyon> ^^^^, It,,jh^��,turned It  s^Qibsons. 7 ���    __      ����,_     ,:_ ^i^M^MnA^^rb��d"by ariyftfeahfl. but at:  QUALITY  Only the best quality, brand-name products  are ever used in a Beaver home. This, plus  modern factory production and precision  manufacturing assure you of a better  quality home than by any other building  method.'  VfcLrferL^-r,  c  .�������-.  ,)fll, Woodstock* 3 bedroom / 11.40 sq. ft. - 5 bedroom / 1663 sq. ft.  If you are seriously considering buying a new home,  p you o>ve it to yourself to learn  more about Beaver Homes.  Call your home consultant or  '   clip and mail this coupon right  ,   away.        ,  '. The  Beaver Home*  ReprcMntaHvA In Socheit  MR. ARTHUR WKTLAKE  BEAVER HOME CENTRE  5335 Klnfltway  Burnaby, B.C.  Phono: 437-1021    .  !)',  w7 0L:>lr:l.<;."fe=fe;i  "'������-*���        * .      *       ,<*        .7. ���  Call him or fill out the coupon and he'll  send you a free copy of the 1974 Beaver  Homes Catalogue immediately.  do them..  road V  into 7  .   .      .. ,  .        ..   41���     .      - |>aved7rb��driby any"jfiffeahfl, but at least  His winning ticket, worth $100, wtos    lt ^ ��� i^flmoo^er.tq.^ive on when  ;'foftW.'ty,''J^ & go ouV and take a look,  Th��nka Attain itb'Wl'1 those who came  out to the'work parties,       ,  Regency, 5 bedroom / 2024 sq. ft.  I  PENi^ER-.jlARBOUR AREA  Sand ��� Drain Rock ��� Crushed Grovol, otc.  Wo now havo 2 concrete imlxor trucks to oorvo you.  R.R. 1, GARDEN BAY  PHONE;  883-9911  f/M  'mF//f//fit/itittnr//rjm/rmrm/r/m//n//mmm//��i//amif/u//��/ifmf/t  w ������'��� "turn \maam iw ��� n������m ��� n wi ���m m wnwif" iw imipMnmw a ���m ������ i���ii ������! ���n.��n�� n mi   i "hi'      h i i i  i i i ������aama.��m> ������!����������� ��� n im'�� M��n.ii.i, ���mi���*i wi ��ii iim i i ������ ����� n"i.w ��� ia ii 11  Shady Dae's Billiards  % hosts three tournamente  "    CHTOSONS--��fU Ewart of' Vancouver tools  top honors In a billiard tournament  pponaorcd June 18 p$' Shady, Dao'�� BU-,  linrclfl  3eeond'ilVcN<War!ttVd"'Dy local players  Tayno Om'lth and Greg Lomky, ,  Juno, 17. It was ladjolj night at Shady  Dae's. Sandy Xcmky wofl high woror with  02.JMagglo <3uzz!| placed second with 52.  Junior players took the spotlight June  15 In a itourney sponsored by Mao ot  tlio Dogwood Cafo, Craig Norrla took  the honors.  MjBt^y.Mg^'lja.W.'ljga  COST  Beaver lias sbeen in the lumber, hardware  and home building business for over 60  years,  We 'ijave highly-specialized people  ,,  who know ^hcre to get it, how to grade it1  arid how much to pay for it, Plus.- a,n<l'it's,  others may\ attempt to offer lower cost  through   cheaper   products   and   cutting  .  corners, .we'/offor you lower cost through .7  our know-how and our costrcfficiency.' |  *        .      , \  One of our. 106 Canadian Beaver home  consultants who arc dedicated to-helping  you make it on your own. He's ready to  assist you !. with all your now home  planning, even financing ^required.  r  Son-rdoy* 11:30 AM   8:30l��  Sunday Special: BARON OF BEEF $2.25  - 11:30IPI ��     I  is.'  , 1,  The Peninsula Timed ,        Page B-3  ���   .   Wednesday, Juno 26, 1374 7  acKvSidts  II-:,  SECHBLT-^Iris Meyers -of Sechelt. was  fined' $25 and plac'ed.on "probation for  ���^    one year, when she*pleaded guilty alt,  ' '"provincial courit ito con��rnon''assaulfr.  > 77  Shei was  charged "with  assaulting " a  . ��� .Vancouver-area couple March 24.in the  'Peninsula Hotel,   > 7��>*T_ 7 .'.'���".  !  Bus: 260-7111  Root 273-6747  a   5 .       .        \ . .  liOWIN BROS.''-FORD   -   :' \  40th and West Boulevard (opposite korrisdale Areha)  41st and Granville Street, Vancouver 13. B.C.  The, couple* was/H&fol&lteed'after 'the'- ~~  ack, which,was, described as "unpro- . |p  i��'aj.iiiri��i  yy^m^m  attack,  voked.    -    ��� .. ,.   .   'vf>(.   "*-i   ,  [ ���  Originally, Meyere{ ^/charged, with ." |  ,assault causing bodily harm, but thi* was"  .reduced  to commonj, assault after plea  ^bargaining,  Police did not proceed wittif similar ;'  ..charges against two pthers.who,allegedly  . .were involved in,'th^-ipci.dent.7 ,.;>_,��� 7    ���  In other  court, ,ne��/s, Peter\pAubin\ v  ' Goulet of Burnaby-pleaded .guilty. Jo, ��  'charge of impaired driving. He was fined.,  -'"' $300 and banned, from driving - .for, , one,,  ���' (month. The offense took place near Gi<b-  RECENTLY APPOINTED ,commis- - week. Happy couple are Danny Oa- 7p6Mted deputy, district ^registrar of^ son^ichard Kelly J,a^seur, .formerly of  sioher of marriages, Judy Mathbn, . yalier and Gail Cwssman of Roberts - .births, deaths and marriages by pro-.-. .port Alberni, wasfirted $250 and-disquali- -���  left, performs one of-her first mar---Creek.-In'background-is best man /vincial ��� government,", taking over a*i-._aed from driving for one month -for dxiv-- ���������  riage ceremonies in Sechelt last   Alan Erickson. Mrs. Mathon was ap- , former function aLthe Sechelt ROMRv-'ing in .the Gibsons 'atea- while impaired.  ..l      -   i j    ,.,.       s y  . ii i -"--������-r-rr i ','}'"><���        ' ' "    r      %t  +   9  )   tl   >l   -    I  ��    >   *   t   .  i  KM  ���* ->   .  '  9 DEPOSITS earn up to 9!i%  mm DEPOSITS earn'fa*'"  1  1  *|  6   -i  Balances of $500 or mora. Full ch��qu��ing privileges.  a -      -��� J " 7   '   ^ I   I  '   ,    a, t 1       > ,       ,'  ^4-  iff:^��ffi��:  A"d from bequest . . .  SSSS^SSS  ^m'mmmii'&fM  g  fishing Tips  PRESENTED BY  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  oarding; ftome propose  for some senior citisietts  SEOHELT���Sunshine Coast Senior < Citir    |erm, of. office.1  zens' Housing "Society held-its'-7th an";-   \   ^tr a, meeting of the directors held on-  nual general  meeting-at  St.  Hilda's   'June 18,-the following officers wefe.elect:  Church Hall on June ,17 with feresideni   ed;7 President, -D. B. Hadden; first' vice. ,  Frode Jorgensen m WchairiJ   ' presidentJ-H. E. Nelson;-second vice-pres-  In his report, the president said the    Went, Y. Kent; secretary, Adele de Lange;*  society had   passed another  satisfactory _ treasurer, Elizabeth Cooke.  year with all 24 of the housing units fully On Thursday last week, .the^ directors  occupied. In view of a generous bequest    hosted a dinner in honor of Mrs." Tinkley -  which the society  expected 'to  receive    at the Parthenon Theatre Restaurant. The  under the will of the late Mrs. Minnie    dinner was preceded by a cocktail party  Alice Grimwood, the board had looked    at the home of Mrs. Cooke, when Jorgen-  ahead to a third phase of the  Greene    sen-presented Mrs. Tinkley with a gift   .  Court  development.                                        of a camera from the board and members  It was felt .that the great need at the    of the society. ���   present time was for a boarding home for  those senior citizens no longer able to  do their own cooking and housekeeping.  A committee had ibeen set up to investigate projects cii this type in and around  Vancouver and Vancouver Island.  Jorgensen foresaw,  however/ that it' 7  might be some time before the ��� society -  could get started on such construction.   7  So far, he said, it had been impossible  even to get A reply "from the provincial  government as to the financial help which.  could be expected from them. TJae new  department  of ,housing  was   apparently  not  yet  sufficiently   organized  evejti to  answer its mail. Also at the present time  there were_,pr6blems relating to high iuv ���:  terest rates, shortage of money for mortgage loans and the scarcity of building  materials.  The president paid tribute to the organizations which' had so faithfully suip- _     , ,       ./���'.��� .��� m.���'  ported the society. During the past year ���*'  he said generous donations had been received from Branch 140 Royal Canadian  Legion, from the L.A. to Branch 140 and  from the Anglican Church   Women of  Cortes Island. <' . >' ��� '  He regretted having to report the resignation of Mrs. M. Tinkley who had  served as secretary for seven years. She .  had, he said, given service far beyond  the call of duty .through two phases of  construction when the work load was '  particularly heavy. ' '  In the absence of Don Hadden, his .  report was read on his negotiations with ���  the lawyers and executrix regarding the  Grimwood bequest. Mrs. Grimwood' who  was an old friend of the late Canon Alan  Greenes, had bequeathed to the society   ,  the net proceeds from the sale of her  home in Vancouver. A buyer had been  found and a price of $75,000 agreed on.  Tho proceeds, however, would bo subject to succession duties, though the ���'  charitable status of the society would  entitle it to exemption on a proportion  of thoso duties. Negotiations were still  proceeding on this matter between the  lawyers and tho provincial government.  Directors ro-olccted for a further   '  tlireo-year term were Mrs. Y. Kent, Mrs.  A. Dawe, Mrs. M. Firth and Mrs. Y.  Yntcs, Chris Ward was elected for a two-  ���   year term  to  complete  Mrs.   Tinkley'a    '  *''/.,*  BOAT SAFETY |OR  ANGLERS  -l    tM    >*���">*_*  W  epstrutioEi i  eirssol  There Is a lot of excitement in  fishing. The pre-planning, preparations and the anticipation of gopd  sport. Unfortunately, many anglers  get so involved with-the fishing  that they forget about boating  safety.    " '  Todays many fishermen own  .their own boats. They can prepare  for a safe day afloat well in ad-,  vance of their trip. But thousands  still rent a boat from a commercial  marina or boat dock.  A big part of accident free,  water usage is having tho proper  equipment. Some is required by  Jaw, some' isn't. Mostly,Jt is all  common sense.  Every boat is required to have  a fire' extinguisher and a life saving  device, yest or cushion type, for  end. passenger. A signalling device,  like horn  or whistle, ventilation  Driver's certificates are something new for  British Columbia motorists ... a way of spreading  \the cost of automobile insurance between vehicle  owners and drivers. "  y<\ ' Effective July 1, you'll need both a driver's  'Certificate and a ^river's licence in'order to,drive a1  ���7\car. Without your driver's certificate,' your driyer's  licence is not valid and you could r also find  *' yourself without; insurance coverage. If  you drive without a certificate you risk a  ' minimum fine of $250 and 10 demerit  " points. , '   '  ' '        Application forms for cer,t$i  cates were mailedjOut last March  so you should ijiave received  one by now. Just {sign and date  it where indicated, then take  lit to  any  Motor Vehicle  ''���' licence Office fo( process- '  ing.   REMEMBER,   IT'S  devices, if your boat has enclosed  gns tanks, and running lights, if  you plan tp run nt night are also  i required.  We always like to see fishing  - SBCHBL1M3unsl)lno ' Coast' Wons " Club *  swim, , class registration dates are  Juno 27 and Juno 20 (Thursday and Frli  (lay), ���  All ngos from 4 years ajid up will bo  registered, ,���nld chairman; Low Baldwin,  Swim Instructor ls Susanno Evanots?  nnd assistant is Pnm Bonnor,  Registration will take place at tho  following sites:  Juno 27���Wilson Creok Hall, 10 a,m,  to 3 p,m,  Juno 20���Trail Bay Centre, 9.30 to  noon; Halfmoon Bay post offlco, 1 to  3:30 p,m,  Location of classes aror Solma Park  breakwater; Redrooffs; Porpoise Bay  campground,  bobbora  to beginners...  Duo to a mlRundorstandlng, "The  Times reported last week thai* the clap-  'ros are'froo: ThlBT|flTflot~A'drAnIdvn3riW-''  win, a nominal X'eo la charged,''  Fees oro: Children, $4. each person;  adults, $5 each person* royal Jlfo saving  course, $7 each.  boats equipped with tho proper  running lights because most anglers  like to fish early in the morning  and late In the evening. We've seen  hundreds of fishermen violate tho  law by trying to get In thoso last  foVv late i evening casts, and then  running homo in the dark without  ,llBh|s,  Once the boat Is properly  equipped, you have other gear, including your fishing equipment, to  put,aboard, Mako sarcitis stored  properly, and out of the way, ,  Looho hooks, u bouncing���rod,�� or.a.  sliding, tackle box can cause Injuries or ofher serious accidents.  Ralngcar, which should bo car  .7  i a  rled at all times, is a real problem  In rental boats because it can flop  around, Wo solved this problem by  buying a large cloth hag that holds  nil of our 'rain'gear. It Is stored In  jgSSpffgS  VOTE  Progressive Conservative  LORNE GREENAWAY  lho bow, ont of tho way, until  needed.  When everything is loaded,  ymVro ready to pas up and head  out, This is a divngcr point thnt  evcryono hams on, yet nccldonts  continue to f.nppon. No smoking  or spnrkf,! Stop your motor, nnd  Iw suro all fumes nro clenred before you crank up ngnln. ���  Don't overload with people,  Tho pinto on the trnnsom will  usually io|l you how much totnl  weight, the bont enn carry, Tako  (ho tinio *6 flgtiro It but,"A" fiood."  rule of thumb In a normal fishing  bont Is don't carry more than three  ndults or two, adults and two smnll  children.  Trim tho boat so.lt rides well  nt all srwdt under loaded condition... Handle Iho bont onutiously  at all times and don't be a hot-  rodder,  Before you bend out on a  mlrnnce body of water, get a map  and go ovor It wllh n sonsoncd  unlive lo find out If llicro are any  hidden dangers,  t  VBtiVraauu.va  %��?aZT*r7?  ^yj^^^.g.g'^^  TOO LATE TO MAIL IT SO BRING IT IN.  If for some reason your application didn't  arrive in the mail, take your driver's licence'to any  . Mdtor Vehicle Licence Office and you'll get you're  certificate. -    '  How much you pay, for your driver's certifi-i,  j cate will depend upon the number of demerit points  on your driving record..,, -<  IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS IN JULY  OR AUGtJSTlyoullsoori receive your  second application form. This second  form is actually to renew your driver's  certificate until your next birthday in  1975. Your/first driver's certificate  was for the start-up period ~ March 1,  1974 until your 1974 birthday,  and it expires on your birthday.  If you have any questions  call your Autoplan Information  at 665r2800. Outside Vancouver  please call collect. , ,,  imiiSLvmmmmt., mailmmy.1 w-miaunj.  &j&&gg^j^?5  1. Sign find time your nppllcnuon In two places, n_ In the sample  2, Tnko nil Ihrca portion* in nny Motor Vclilale Licence Office .  for processing, V"',V,.',7  7 7.7,   7'',  3��  3, If .your application form lint not, arrived |n (he mall, take your driver'*  licence to nny Motor Vclilclc Licence Office anal you'll gel your certificates  'i'    < i  ���p.*���.]'��� ,��. �������� ���>.  m. lint..,I.  "I  m   i  ���,���u  "**"t^ii0nAWci"eonp6wjioN[ or orithm col^bja ;-*"  AUTOMonm' i^a^cil act  -U-  i Y��   7,  '"'   '   ���'-i      '(��� ,'r,CMANO��ofADontn  MIIOfc.O.111 INIUHKNCI MI J^J.Wft.ttiHUtPllflijfliil U.   ISfWi  MIVM��  ,  , UHal.l , i  IIMWIflllf .,  CiniiimmHMin . , r nwn,>pif(inn  ~  l**?3i9.,:..\  ' Ll?.iM? 1\i ,  ������..���__.y..    :   ���._���-.--jj,  I J9JS1IJ.HJ    i U.9. Jy?- JR.I  '      ' ' ' ' J-"fa,ah',Hf,il"^""' ���"������"���"  p.l,lll,^h..U.,iWl  l_jfl���_p__p. "'"  ��__a_5u��oj]  liinnsifi"  piwnnr���1  4V    i4 a5  ���    .Mp4���  i   Uhh  piiii  '���I'I' ���.Il^'lll, Ill,,,,,,   onon  joscpm q  vras rifLB  ...... yicioMA i>c  V��l   V\1  .hip,  fciwt. .,',H  .Mfc����  ��rt ������M,t. ,m.  onon   joipcii 4  An���� fitu  VICTORIA K  VlU INT  ^-Wp  iPviArwmtimt"  ���-fMir  WSRtSi  V   m*Ha  > I  .aa^wssaaaMtegitegK^^^  i^grt^ate^^is^i^^iKat��ga^^gagM^a^  ' I.  ���r7  I  i %p ���  ifi  lo  Tun iNHOriANcn cpnronATioN or oniTi��ncoiuMfiiA i ���   I  vfc.  ,   .       '        ���** _���*���   k   a , j       -   ,  . t  i  ���- i*~ . v      f   a  . C  Retiring? Vacationing? Just and the mud clo&tVre neatly  married or living within a worked/into   their'proper  modest  budget?  Here's a place, >witH the'.cellar stair  house that's ideal for you. It's going down fromVthe'garage,  only 1119 square feet with two Finish' * 'the    house < in -  bedrooms, but it can solve any traditional style with* the'rhain  housing   situation   faced  by section "in-brick  and/ the  young couples or retiring remaining" side .walls in ^wood  .couples, with a lot of extras to shingle.', .Brick /coloiA is  make   it  more   useful   and optional'/-'but,* keep'"wood  comfortable    than"   many .shingles.<hv scale  witri,;the  standard designs. the house.'V7~-   . ,-^.'...j  It has a two-bedroom, one- Always do the trim in'white,  floor layout, a split bath, and a but keep the garage door from  big screened porch that could intruding too much by using a  (for that first baby, say) be quiet color,  converted      to      another The house is 49'long; 33'9" "  bedroom. deep. There is. 1119 square feet  It has ,a large living-room of ^     ����� 130 square feet  with   a   fjrep^ce   wall,   an in the laund% .and jlvatory  adjacent  kitchen  that  even *fe feet ..��� ^  boasts its own dinette, and j, There, is a full' cellar  fuCeSL    ,T ,TS     J?   �� "nder the main portion* of the  through  sliding glass  doors house                *    >- ���,  , from the main-traffic area. Want to k       more'about  Although   the   house   is this        fe,      ,    ?   y      the  designed to meet the needs of co        to or(��r  both   younger   and   older r  couples, there is no dearth of STUDY PLANS Convenient  amenities. The houses boasts '/.-size plans'with many pages  a covered entry, centre hall,, of     interesting    . details,  large closets, large kitchen ^construction data, materials  with     adjacent 77 laundry 'list, and, vfevtfs of the house,  facilities, and a garage entry Not only do they give-you.  to handle those bad-weather more information about the  . situations. house, your local builder will  A   serving   counter   pass- be able to use them to give you  through    in    the   kitchen a construction cost estimate,  provides ready access to the C-0 NSTRUCTION  dining   terrace   from   the BLUEPRINTS Fully detailed  kitchen   counter,, and   in and    scaled    construction  similar fashion the porch can drawings    complete    with  be serviced across the back of itemized materials list and  the counter near the kitchen material specifications ��� all  sink.               i your builder needs to give you  Near the kitchen and the a firm quote and proceed with  garage, the laundry lavatory construction. Price: $30.00 for  the first set, each additional     Ontario sales, tax.  set $10.00,  plus 7 per cent     Plan No. 5410  KIUMD POUCH  .rcmu  ''���Jjiii ��IMMS  Diutm  (AUIiy-KlftNtN  ll����lfc4  I aft   | etc.  ,4  mm*  \fi.  '���alia''  FIQQO PLAM  * * v_?  ���  '+*  nm hamio  ../.  iiki.KN moore c-o Peninsula Times,  BOX !l(��7  OAKVILLE, ONT. L6j 5K8  Yes, please send .. sets,of Study Plans at $4 each.  Yrs. please send .. sets of Construction Blueprints.  Kudosed is $...   total, including 7 per cent Ont. Sales  Tax.  Plan No. 5410  NAME , ,......_,.,;,.,  ADDRESS   HTY r C-0|)K  A h"i *'\  i  I  Una -M  ' 7'7,  1     t    \  ��� i  ��� l   '        ,��  I   '    '    ���  Nowbrewecl inBritish Columbia  i     '   - j i . *��*,       i i  Carlsberg has loiig heon. tine world's most exported Ugerbecr, Now '  Carlsberg, theglorious l>��.;t?r<>l <7 < > j > c ji I i a gc n, i s l> V c, xv c j I r I gl i there *  In British Columbia. And bec,ui\e |t's now browed hero, you can  '���enjoy Carlsberg Fresh from the Brcwory.. 7,   ,7.   ,  C.Vrlsl>urg.., brewed with all the skill and tradition ofbertmark to  the tante of Canadian beer drinkers, Discover Carlsbej-g lor yourself.  The Carliug Breweries Ltd.  >.�� *  ��     i*  '��� vv 'i ���  ^V,7  ��� i.����*,  ,..��1 ** >.  ��� ',��� ����*.('  * i��i �����  a, I  IM   ���  >���    < �� i  M H < ,  ����� M   ���  ��� ���Mi  i �� * f,  ���7'' *  V  I t*  ftege B-4 Tho Peninsula Times  !_    Wednesday, June 26. 1974  ��ommeitde  P|!NDER HARBOUR���A group of Pen- "  \,dev Harbour area residents has com-  irtendeii local elementary school teacher  Brent eRes for his efforts in providing  activities for his students.  _ f A letter signed by1150 parents and slated-for presentation to* the school board  aqknowledged "the remarkable efforts of  Bient Rees of Madeira Park Elementary  School to our community.  ' / "Mr.   Rees*   energies   are   boundless  . wften to' comes to proving activities for  the -children  in  this area. - In the  two'  years he has been here,.he has spared no  , effort for our community and expects no-  / thing in return."  t_ The signatories noted that Rees recen-  ��� tljjr organized a tour throughout the pro-  ��� vince for his grade six and seven pupils.  ��      From Girl Guide Camp to SV3c_\3ob Creek at Gibsons      ��  1 EVaunicIpel Ha.ll. ��  |    This od sponsored by the     '      ^ ^    -  fe  t��  He1 gave up his' own spring vaca-    ^  ' tion to accompany the pupils on this  tr'ip," they said.       ,. . > .  ', "He also distinguished "himself in our  community  by  planning  and  arranging  ' the construction of'fah' adventure playground at the elemeritary school, by pro-"  vtding father and son and-mother and  daughter .sports activity nights, by arran-  ging~roller skating to be provided as a  school physical education activity and by  snowing Friday night movies for the  children of the community.  . "He is a hard-working member of our  community club and president of the  l^ay Day committee."  ', "It is for this'reason that we foish to  commend Mr. Rees to the school board,  ahd, thereby, bring to your attention the  remarkable contribution being made by  the fine citizen of Pender Harbour."  .   a  r a.  y..,i -i  / am looking forward to serving you all in  the future with B.E. Electric Ltd.  -- a. ^ l  Thank you,  TOM MORRISON  B.E. ELECTRIC is pleased to announce that  Tom Morrison (formerly of Morrison Electric) is  now on staff, and after a short holiday, will be  happy to continue serving his customers.  ^ jfy  1JC7     ��""*  '* 3*"^* '' -u*��av v _:,. ^��.y. '��uwu ir- u�� ins H /.  X&'<*i  "-*'    y a r I  -~.,~mm~^ , ,  ' ..     .    ..\ l   a *   - :   ��m   * *        * -w. ^l  **v*.   i4ni      r��t#M��twkf  ��?*���"  j *"-- ^i^* tKu> ^  !  ^  J  W��T' ^S^S^'TT'l testes  Harold's Esso now offers  a standard ot quality equipment  and workmanship that is second to  none. -  mmmmmmmmammm.  mmmmmmmm  '!>;, U. _! ___.��-'pi!'.  EXHAUST SYSTEMS-TIRES r LUBE &^  i-Sifrf-r-rli i i i ii'i��� ������[ --' - r i'-1 " '���~T-r ���- ^^^^���^j~^-3-*��~*>^^^^-&-~ji^^  i,.���,..��������� uih.,,,,^,..,.��� ,,. ���.������>���.,  Having a  car problem?  SEE US   ACROSS  FROM  SUNIMYCREST P1AZA, GIBSOWS  GOG 9962  HOURS:  7 am - 9 pm, Frldny & Saturday till  10 pm /  ,  , u      ^U-  t" .  v-JU*    ifaJJ      J   '  'v. a.     .  I  IpJW  ���7  ?&>��  1, fy  * P.  ***���5w  ���i / ���  IMSULA  V   'l    N-P %      !  I  Section C  ^7   l". r''  Wednesday, June 26,, 1974  ��� '7 7.7pdgep,,l-6'  ' i^J     ' aJvarTlT    *  *    ', p^-p ' ^  ��.    7,^7.f4->j7 �� ���..,��.  "7, l7l"4"L' ^^fc-TV .  /,, , yjgck Pdarmi  ' ai>��..   ��  5v ^    -, l-p  |"    Hy A,       1 I'  *a*  Hi     '  a 1  V     i  J��7"  1  ;  )  ��i  y^-\ZTy&^y'ih s  t  t  Mil  'I Ji\a  / 7'.  VV^Ti--  i'\  J i      ��� f>i  '*    a  ���oi.'.   "   \     ai-fl    ' 1 .a.     ,       .-"        vj '  i^Vt   a."  <V ' . _. !'" ���.___  .' J    >'  ^7T7\:,,  7^  iWff^rtifJRH^CT^  " ''777 L:>f"';', <!7  Mv-p-J,     ija%  /���-7> '"77 '.?.";?>&���:>:;? i,wi^y,y"y^iy'y^y >: ,wV,  V  it  1<t  !   pY,1-  ���>.      -,  V  tol    MM  ���P        "I     l  By JACK PEARSALL  ,���   �� ' The political patter  j tin is a complex one that generally x^-i  fleets ,the7views xjf the individual,,conu|��,  tmunitie_i  rather 7than  the7,'riding\as'W\~  ,  whole. t-.     '     fu   ,;   :<*,**'.,.,' "; 7|-^  In recent days,' I, have .travelled' to,7/  ���.,many parts of the riding ahdihaye xwt"|H  v aoed'that though inflation is one of -<t3bte_^_t  ' main topics of concern it' is the smaller^/1  and more' personal issues    that people ;"  want-to talk aibout.        '    >,     ,"       ^y<  .u.        .      a    ��.    j.. pl.    i.L        .^-ii. ^ai.j. �����imA�� i�� iiivi^viA    '    Most people I have spoken to,L are^7  M CAN SE.E it's going to, be fafo   than eigrit coiho, salmon m two^and,   awaxe th^t ^ey must makeon^6^^o 7  for supper tonight," says   SecheMt^ a-half, hours,off; the southern tip of   very important decisions on July aPirstlyi1'"  resldenifc T. V. Gory. He and Mend.   Texada Island. The, anglers  .used "they must' make   the choice ^between"  Ed Laidiaw recently caught no fewer-' pink hoodhies. ^\ ; 7__- socialism and free enterprise. Secona^F:  ;������������" ���   " ��� --��� ' they must decide upon the candidaterwho|7:  7. ' can best serve all the riding, not just-the^rr  area-where'he lives or perhaps, where^ r  , '        " i \ he lis hest known.     '.'-.���<        '   -7 fj \  ��� " m, i��>jiiBaWM4' ^ As^the former returning officer for1 7>  11 CTCl tPHT' Ck)as.t-Chilcotin I 'believe I am the~bes& ,  * Si s) *^** B"- -   ' qualified to serve' all of the -riding,, toe^-t  h-   ~     *         '    -     11 - p.      e^ m��r^ a     . ^ cause of my intmate knowledge of ever^?'  ^.7 "ml'mmmm a'^��1 iJrl          ,   '  polhng area. This, coupled witbTthe.manyb  0 p WAFifl closeaMendships I cultivated aVoundjtfiiC-                                V?     WW ^B#��l!a_a,%Af              riding during the past 7%,years does'  - ��v , 7   a ' ' i      ���>���        play an important role.   - .  . < ,    -   ' |  By LOHNE GHEENAWAlY .   stage, whioh follows, into place. In this,    . Visiting- Coast-Chilcotin7 isn't-   good  Progressive Conservative Candidal��        A period the aim would-be to .ensure that   t . 1-  1 iPeonl^ everywhere are askine7 "What    changes in prices    are associated "with   ^  i . ^  ca^MiS^aM^ca?^^���  dM^a^^.��_*3!^5^   Harry Olaussen . . .      |  done about it?" The importance of .the ��� ^e related to both the effects of�� pert ��� ,   , -  quStion Kes in the fact that it is the    inflation and the sharmg  of increased #?i    -     > -   ��� ���  SSSt  W in the-.world  today.  In , "^ productiviLty ma stabilized ecpnomac |      ^Q  SR <* warnings '20- years ago lbout4   cJ^ate7^se are th^ guidmg pnnciples VUB  monetary iIkbalal{<ies,   and    commodity    ^;\tTfyTE?S��,���^ ___..        ^     '- W 'v  shortages there has been, no concerted ��, has been said l^twl^e controls        * |j, ' '       V j '���     '  action by trading countries;* meet these , ^ifi^SS^^pfU^ they have , |^ f^ |^Qg  SALL^ Liberal candidal��;   enough!.One .must live in itJNto.serve thel .  pattern*of Coast ^hUco^V people l^est!1 'k;7'   oT'��*'    77^/7^,    71-  c one that generally,re-fc,',7777"&..!'��, ;��V ', r7 77.rI,'". C ^-"7; >,,  GIBSONS,  Wed. 26th  Thurs. 27th  Fri. 28th  Sat. 29th  TUB liiBKSEEEll/i  -   ���>     a       '       - .'   ' '   ^i ;., ->r     .   M    "  v    a.   w  , >    |        V I,        'I   )    _.<  imMggMiMBai^^  Lome Greenaway > �� .  Imioition  shortages, <or to c^rect'the cause'd da-7  not worked .and that panada. �� doing  nMto����foff nrireii-' a'  '*< ^    better, without controls.' Although   Mr.  .it  pidly rising prices,  'The answer is not^to stand and do*    ^e'^n^that^ we are' elbing better, the    Nw"De^<J��^c"p^  nothing, the answer is> to have a phdo-    latfegt ^0^^ Eeview published by the    Wew Democraa? ****l  Trudeau and. Mr. Turner have said for    g_ HARRY OLAUSSEN  Jack'iLeifimoii   ^  THE WAR BETWEEN MEN  S. WOMEN"   7  mSW&9^^W^9m^MM^JfmffffSffmSBKS^^mm^W^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^mmw^mmMmmmmmmmmmmmmtr*rm'M.���, __.  COAST CHILCOTIfy FEDERAL W.D.P. CANDIDATE  of which" leave this country through the  courtesy  of * multi-national corporations.  '��,\    a  <���   -��a' '>}  soplry, some prmaples and do sometlung department of finance clearly shows that -SHARP increases in the cost of Hvingf^'  ...The price and  mcome control pro-    thfa --^ ^^ ^ linternational com- for food, housing, home heating;,oil},  gram put forward by Mr. Stanfield is a    parison^ ^^ that only^ Japan had a   gasoline, and many other essentials���are   ,  .positive approach to these matters. higher inflation;rate, than -Canada. causing real hardship for many Canal  The fact ,lis that the initial control in  conclusion." I want'to  emphasize   dians." ' -      - -   {-        '^_:  program is a very short term device��� that we are riot talking about permanent .Prior to .the defeat of the Liberal gov|  maximum 90 days. This' freeze is not >an controls,., we, believe that permanent con- eminent on a budget which we considered^  end it itself,-but is ^necessary step-in  ' trols would destroy our economy. inadequate and not in the best .interests  launching the overall fcrogfam. This stage'  ,, ., ���,.,  . ..���,������___,rB., .���,. ._ ,,._._.������,,. ,M   of Canadians faced with an ever-increas-  is necessary in order7to.p\it the'brake'on  inflationary "expectations7Ii also, provides '  the time for consultation With'pfovincial,/  industrial, agricultural," labor' and ^consu- }'  mer leaders, and lit affords .the most order-*/  ly way of putting the flexible^ controls',  7    -%>'  1  -v^ \  !           v  *      "> -  t ^  *_.  ' 1'  Mi  %M&j$&��m  ^^B  ^^^S  i  V    t  f (  ���Jaffl|g2Kt^,s.";  S3  ft&Hlr^**i  iiliiizlipJi*  ���t  Bo|  iKttSSmMmlls  IBS  ^^^H  :  "UShe pro<  v77  11  &>  r^s  *      "*   '���J.al  =&*  1b 7 ' ��7  ing cost^ of living, there was no attempt  by the government to establish* a_. prices  review board with thefpower to-halt or  roll back unjustified increases. '���        \  , It was clear too, that the governmentv  was unconcerned by the tremendous profit  increases enjoyed    by the bu��iness7  corpaorations  during  1973. The miriisterV  of finance ' defended those high" profitk|  , which i eyeji ^^the^Jjard-bpiled, ^|inanci#  press descrdlbed 'as ."embarrassing"'.and.'>.  reifused to recognize that in many "cases -  >   there is a link between higher prices .and  '   higher profits. v        '        _ 7 \  In a year when companies doubled,  t tripled and even increased profits by ten-1  I* }-' ^\   fold> the government increased tax con-  CANADIAN   HANDCRAFTS  ARTWORK Q1FT8  AT LLOYD'S STORE  GARDEN BAY, B.C.  OponJ 7 Days �� 'Weak 10:30-5:30  Kristin Krimmel: Weaver  PUUHJ  ...Progressive Conservativo  t ADuti /<iivrnitiiriiv  uviui<_i vtmjujuvinnm  APPLIANCES  A ��OM�� FURNISHINGS  WASHERS - DRYERS -REFRIGERATORS etc.  FURNITURE - CARPETS & FURNISHINGS  NEW AND LIKE NEW  2143 Kingsway  Vancouver, D.C.  V5N 2T4  Liberal government could have been de-,  feated last year but at the crucial moment the government received the expected support of the Conservatives to  keep it in power.  The finance minister made frequent  references to improvement in the employment situation through tax handouts to  corporations.  lt is true that in 1973  110,000 new  jobs were created in the manufacturing  sector, but that increase was matched by  Job increases in other   sectors���sectors  that hadn't been given tax incentives in  1973.  ' The reduction in the tax rate to the  corporations, did  not contribute  to  any  decline in consumer prices which rose by -  9,1 per cont in 1973. At th�� name time,  after-tax profits  in   the  manufacturing  sector rose by about a billion dollars, (  a jump of 35 per cent over 1072.  Tho result of tho Liberal-Conservative  coalition on this issue has been all too  apparent to the people of this country  who must jpay higher prices for tlio goods  they purcha&e.  It, la therefore necessary that any  program to cheqk rising living costs must  include effective n>casurcs to,deal with  excessive corporate profits, a good part  HARRY OLAUSSEN ��� NDP  R@eycl�� thi�� N��w@p��p��ii  ���break rising costs . . .not just for food but for all  essentials; ,  '   ���' 7      .,,...,,.,!- \  ���a standard of living to ensure health and self -  7 respect for all Canadians; ...  ���comfortable homes at faiir prices;  ���act now to control bur own economy; ���  ���plug costly tax loopholes;  ���recognize labour's democratic rights;  ���obtain fair prices, good supplies of energy;  ���a new deal for native peoples;       -   -  ���higher pensions; !!,,,  ���northern development without, the same old  mistakes; .l\l_,  ���improved transportation.v  THESE AREN'T IDLE PROMISES. THESE ARE PLANS  OF ACTION; HARRYTOC^USSEN IS THE MAN TO  MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD IN OTTAWA.  PUT HARRY'S EXPERIENCE BACK TO WORK.  VOTE OLAUSSEN JULY 8th.  ''���V '"  i  \  respofricBs wifBi ocfioii  ) -r-yir  m^mmmMiii^mBxummm^msmse.  BBBBBaBB&B  Fridays Qnd'Saturcfays  805-9769 for Rosorvntlono ������Cloood IVIondayo  TUGS. & WED. 6^12        THURS   & FRI. 6-2  SATURDAYS 6-1 A.NI,  SUNDAYS 6 /Tit. WiDNI^OT^^^^', _  wsmmi  mm mm  LateK  $11.05 gal. $9.95  Enamel $t 135 gal. $10.25  GARDEN SPECIAL  Bedding Plants  PLUS A FREE BASKET  THEATRE   RESTAUR ANT  Dining and Dancing  BANQUETS - R^EPTIONS - PRIVATE PARTIES 7, MEETINGS  i  ' 'i   '  Mr, qnd Mrs, ^<jn Slmon-Falvy  qro pleased to annouhce the.  , ���'   arrival of thojr son  Gregory Justin born  In the  Grace  Hospital,  Vancouver,  on June  . 15th,  l!47a,m.,  ��� '��� and,  Wolghlng  7 lbs. 5 ozs.  ^ Proud  grandmother,-  Mrs, Margaret  Slmon-Falvy  came oyer from  Budapest, Hungary,.JfpjJ_  this special occasion.  Thank you one and all for  flowers, glfts> well wishes  and consideration for us  during this period. \f  <&  .---...,--.���-.���.  ..-_-r--^--r^rn1rn^r^-r11nnrtwrwnrr__lnnnnn<rw^nnnnnlnnwnlnmnnnnnnnln)mf  TMsPEm^uuLa  T  Pago C-2    /The Peninsula Times  Thursday, June 27, 1974  \g-  "1 may k* wwifl  ; but I shottipot be so wrong as tot fail to say what I'believe to be right."  7,,^^^ \i>\< "\-"^Zi\Sy   'i' '~77 vV'-r-toH-*' Atkins  I   /.-,'-, - *      _     <     Richard1 T7Proctob,'Managing Editor  BMMWWWflllMWIIIIWUMUIWMIHIllllWIJIWUMMW          P  ' ' 1,11        T ^ 'J' ,  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 aU original* must be, signed by the writer.  F7i-?ai*q 1 cof  ov/ymnlo       > ''-\ ''���tribu's i'n,some way to the' social life  ����^2L    ��      *       P      '!   1       -'VandwalLoeing^f the-public. ; ,  Editor, The .Times       * j _ ��� �� , * 7' - My first 25 years'were lived in Wales.* 'WiUlr  The'-Times';7  Ore   'time   fV   .TVTfHlfllffl/?A    ^V#   *V__iKT)tf>   4wM104fcCf   "        .     _.  .JtT- ._    **  nice people drank copiously,  It is also true that many '  people becams alcoholics. This  availa'bLitydoes not contribute  ' .'J        ,        I X' i.     ' /fa- ' ' '     '���   .    -s    ,      f    "  Coast Nev,s (for'their7contdnued "interest > the traditions of their blue-blooded,an-  7and publicity Kof our project.'' . '��� 7 7>>' *cestors, they, regarded Liberals as rather  ��� ���Raincoa^Cbmpany'istuxnsto Gibsons 7 vulgar upstarts; wlfiile those involved  - Aug. 2 to 4 for the SealCavalcade"ihen in the labor movement were treated .with  movesto Seehelt'Aug. $-6 aiid.Pendter^.the .utmost contempt. It really7 wiasn't  Hatfbow Aug. 7-8. See you .there. *��� - /? until the. general1 strike of 1926- when  v., v -77 7^7,7 y.S^y MIKE ,ymJUES the "^unions began getting into their  -i ~       >{    ^The1 Raincoast Company   'stride, that the ruling class (which, of  rt.!��*&**��. Lu^lJ'^ ' ^ course, meant the. Tory,capitalists) ad-  lruaeau neia Omy ^��..-., 'opted Teddy. Roosevelt's majdm"'tor talk  dltertiMveJulYS^^ ,. ^softly buyeatry a big stick'   ,    ;    .  '���        '   -   ''vV^'"- y��� -. '   ' Today,^tho situation,had, changed,to  t, butaalet's. n0t \ad oursel-  stick is still there in'the  ingrained bias against the  underprivileged/and if * you think Daddy  Young folks see and learn:  Sechelt   '     '       PHYLLIS" HANDFORD  yJ  cramped, inadequate pqrtabl&classroorns'\  * sEven^wtien"' the* prpjeet was finally'  and the reconstroctipn'of*vElp%sttine> put out:to VeM^|n.May,:1974,4coiinpli-;  S  has yet to start. , ^>77>-^K^Y^ ./^catiora^ >>  '" '"_m_l_"       -    * "       - '*- '?"> t  ��  We, ask* one* simple question.7Why? i; ;' pMy"6ne'geie]^r!wntractor submit-', /5lT<IJp-'nOr^eSSGnft0r##v' *  When theschool bojjrd very occasio->' ted a* bid. Mdi^w^slwi^idmibly Kifh-i XfLaefer, tells 'Critic *     '>  nally and .equally temporarily TBfis the-r er than) the, architects^ the board or ,the. v^jvlw uThe Times  veil i of secrecy that presently 'surrounds,-' department' of'educatidH- had anticipated^^ ^r4-'    " ^  at^ drir.HW halbits. On the contr^7ad7 ^ groups, the senior, citizens, ox your  JdlSonal outi.te, in spite of a ��^*;3BKi^^^ '�������   >��**������ ���  'aura- of social aceeptabihty, will   most   - -     --- - -   '   -   - 4-M^,y r5*.1"1^  certainly' add to the carnage on .th  ;way, the broken homes, ruined lives and'  sister   Mabels you- obviously  ^i^/^T^^^^'nr^wr^^'t^?^ doi���� their "homework.-To ^^ beenstaidying your history. r  certainly add to the carnage on .the high- jb_ more^iDedfics anvone old moiieh^in     ' Having read all this, you're now at  3 rowS? k^���"* UV���S ^SSaS^^SSi^ ,'^-ty to gnash your teeth^kiek the ��*  Wrowdiwas. , ��� r      ^     -Jt^uldAbe^ W7fool indeed .to allow-such < ��F  ^ yoF  wlie-  Nevertheless,  with  , V m-J^\ Foodsmmfli ane. most oflV reactionaries  to-con'them  into' giving   Lwwis loommg up as a big, fat z��o on  those OOP pioneers would be grieved at    them their support again. ' Julv 8�� I can on:ly reitera1* w'ba* I ^^  this evid'ance of let-down of ideals which ' ,,   ~   ���n _'      ^^t,.- u���1i; ��� ' ��^,^ ��,��.    at the beginning of my letter���have we,  motivate them. I trust that Mr. Barrett  ^^SeX^mSV^^m^ &'   ^S^"3' -*>*>+* ^^^ to  disastrous era of R. B. Bennett in' the    ���iru"eau;  1930's,  and1 although I realize that He   ,_   Granted,   our  Playboy  Pierre  could  ' wasn't Vereonally responsible for those   ^^ tned harder. But I can assure you  m.a*l~m~m.s~*~J  .dreadful years, nothing can convince me yhst ^.T0"^' mth **��_ dep^fble  ^-.������    .^ tr   ,       _   .. -. .. .    .-,     , app?eCiatea ���that the Progressive* Conservatives have   ���cov,d ot moWerence to the plight of  , tt��t JL* *M# \hi��&J��J*JaucXM�� '���$>* cbianw7squarely,where1 it ;Ues; not ' JEditor.- The Times the interest? of, the masses at heart.. the, C0T^��^ Taan�� ���& be.far worse jf  i��JfMeAa^^3^^!!S w3(fih,-thV stud:, i    Sir: The band committee would like -,  ' ,Most   of. Jhe eaWier robber  barons   we're idiotic, enough, to give them m-   par��ttts.%The,.teach- 7toJ express thanks to parents .who '^-^"(^ludiuigfthetOnoibility) 'weije  staunch   other crack at m.,Consequently, I-nfor  \' not to Spend^their   pUed refreshments to the band and- the  'Tories because���prior, to"World War 1���   one���fervently hope that Stanfield will  extremely   declasse'    be beaten to a Standstill!  wealth 'and breeding to WARD ALEXANDER FOSTER  conservative. True to   Powell River, B.C.  ken on the" wharf.'  ELPHINSTONE' SECONDARY  7 BAND COMMITTEE,  ,    . _  ������ ^_K, x  - (Mrs.) D.. M. Forsyth,'Sec.'  Eventually, the/feasibility ,poirwutr ^ not ^discharged7tlu>'responsibility" satis-   comVaway of lifer for these children   mC 1, Gibsons" v s ��'    '   .  ' '    *���   *  tee re-affinned the school board's earlier 7^acbrUy,/a^^epVideiiced"by/��o^gioom-   who have been .raised in an, afanbsphere >    "']   "    '^ '>' ' "'-'   v 7      *���;       ^ f  decision to rebuild Elphinstone in Gib- ' plaints ftomlocal residents and teachers   where a slap, a kick, or a blow of somev  RainCOSt Company  sons, with the possibility of constructing   -��-'*����- �����������- ^-i-- j- ^-*-*:-     w-^i ;~ -\.,��^..���-��,��.��   <-.-: .*:-- ' ** -  a junior-  later,  1    School  bonte  no delays were encountered.       , '     7 no^5?s M.ic&aretta, oidy:a mattetof   bring ^^ the TOllL, ,  As it happened, the leasibility study n0���*' afte?'..t5f S^"1��, Coast Rec- ( iAsa parent of three teen-agers) wh0i ' Our bus, a converted '62 GMC sdiool  delayed Jthe project^to the1' extent that^ reahPn Association started work-on its have never been a.problem but always^ -^us is now fitted with seven bunks and   ^J��� =. V6* project.     vv 7 7 >^-    ,      ' ,0       a source. of pleasure xand, pride/1 heart- a roof rack. Lucidly we ^managed to bii_fc  ummmiu*aimmiimMimmtm*mmiiimmi*mm**mtmmimiui**ip��      r   . ��E   __A-L-._tl   .i__.-j.r_    j +���^.-   ... ~>^-..      .    ^    .v..    <    .       . ...     *��wk�� �������;'���*�����".>, rw^ .rTPT-��� "r'.  24-HOUR EEViERGER|aC��, SERVICE  now only  first perform-  things, to  tried,,vbought,' borrowed/befotel  we shift into gear and hit .the road1.  w  -'i.  i*.  Installation's = ��} Repairs �� Alterations  Water Heaters �� Hat Water, Heating  ffldterlate and Frob information  for th�� DO-IT-YOURSEOra  The PENiNsuLA^to^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt    ,  r on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast " *  by I  Powell River News .Town' Crier / ���  Sechelt Times Ltd.      .   ,.  Box /lO -"Sochd^ B.C.  Sechelt 885-9654 or 885-2635  Subscription Rates:,(in advance)  Local, $77per year: Beyond'35 miles. $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $llC  -If nothing^ else; this j demonstrates ' ily endorse; the" following philosophy by'   it already equipped' with closets^ *tal>le,  how quickly contractors, architects, and''' an unknown author:  7-, even -the provincial J" government    can  *If a\child lives with'criticism heTlearns  ^niove^if they are'prwsured by sufficient-    -   -to condemn.'      '      \/f    "���   M  :��*' ;ly motivated citizens, a  ,--���'/ x ' "   ���' M a ehild Uves with hostility he  \ % And no one would disagree thaTtno  < , need for a new school is; iar greater than  ���   ������ the need for an' ice/arena.  If a child lives with hostility he  '   "learns" to',fight7 * '   >    \  If a child' lives with fear he learns to be  apprehensive.  ove, sink .and fridge.  On Sunday, June 30, she will 'bechrist-  ened and ithe silver lady ceremoniously  ajitachfid to the  hood.  Neil  Hudson,~  through "some    wangling with    friends,"  managed to borrow her, in the" hope that  she will bring us as much''good luck as1  - . y The time, has ^comjB for- an end to  -' delays! Let the School^bdard. make the  If a child lives with pity he learns to'  she did on his first trip.  best of a bad job and; insure that our  v children 'have" a permanent rood! over  their*heads by September, 1975, Parents  Serving the area from Port^Mellon to Egmont^^taxpayers in School District '46 will  (Howe Sound to Jervis JnUt)    -���     standi no" rnbie'wcuses. '     '      "  imiammiuviitmtuiciit^timtmimjKraKr^ivmMVm^mmfmivimta  '   '    1     .'  *-*��&'������  ^i �����&> ^  ^*St��*H  to,   g  W^  U W  Like it or not, rehearsals are over .and '  what* you see is what you get. All we  need now is one or two performances' to ,,  put the finishing touches to our hard ^  work7 .  At this time, Raincoast Company  would like to thank the following: C1M  Bowles for allowing us to store the bus ^  -/7 on his property .while being .refitted and ' |��w����jnwflim��rtAniMtuiaiiii��i>nnr��ainwtMmaflj  If a child fives with recognition he learns" - for welding our   roof   rack;, Canadian   3/   " V; "'^ '  .��� \       ''.,���'  Forest Products at Port  Mellon for  feel,sorry for himself,  If a child lives with jealousy he learns  ' 7, to hate. '<   * y^ ^  If a child lives with encouragement he  learns to  be  confident.  If a child lives .with acceptance he learns  '  to* love. ,    -  sss  ^ yfeagja  aiMBMaavawiBUBB  .-Ha child, lives with, approval he learns/,  :/ ^p^^'tb tiike^mmself. Vt-?m*# "c-^* v -ifC  VSafuriiay; June^29lh, 1974  -     - ,   V. '< 'j7'r'\��i  Closed for Mite Dav Holiday  �����j&mwmi?&mmiwiwEi  K to .have a^ goal.  If a child Jives with fairness he learns'  . ���> justice.        ' '  If, a child lives with honesty he learns1  , " -"what truth Is.   \ x  Itf  a child '1^33  with friendliness  he'  alearns that the world is a nice place,  in which to live. . 1  May I also take this opportunity to  a  generous donation of piping; John Crosby  and Windsor Plywood for, well what else?  Mr. Herb Mitchell, bank manager at the  Royal in Sechelt for believing., in' us  enough to ap_��0ve the Joan for the bus;  all the local merchants who in,one way  or another and perhaps unknowing  contributed nuts, bolts, material, food and  ftV  I'  ;y  *  - ��� n ��� ���   ���   m;  ���1  ���   *1 4 -* j~s_i!T p ��>^;   ing of the-physical Raincoast Company;  all the  local people who have shown  enthusiasm for what we are doing.  And last, but not least, itlW respective  editors of the Peninsula Times and' the  Times gone by  JUNE 27, 1973���Sechelt vHlag�� council gave Sechelt Lands Ltd. approval  to go ahead with lots ranging in size  from 6,000 square feet.  A step towards improving library  service was undertaken when Sechelt  council acquired the 33-foot lot owned  by'John Watson which is situated next  to the library building.'  Sunshine Coast Regional Taxpayers'  Association approved by a 44 to 33 vote  endorsing in, principle the concept of  nnwwwnnannn��mnnnimBnno����nnBnftnB��HiiiiH����iiii��nnniili����iinii  HOfMEOW^EftS,. HOEtflEBUlLDEflS & CONTRACTORS  omes.  A now homo is tho mn)or purchoso of n lifotlmo,  So It really pays to ohop around���to mako suro .  you'ro getting maximum valuo for your monoy.  ...Thafo what tho Tfott family did, Thoy looked   .  into flbvornl poflsibllltloB and, In tho ond, decided'  on a Wostwbod Homo.  lt wqs a/wlso cholco. Because, In addition to low  cost, Wostwood offers a comploto homo-buying   '  sorvlco. Wo can holp you wllh ovory dotnll, from  (Ionian to financing.  What's moro, wo Uno only tho finest, klln-drlqd  ,^ matorjalfl, to pnBuro that your now homp.wlU J>o,'  �� Rourcff of pirtdo for yoars to como.    , '    ,  Thinking of a now homo? Tnko a tip from tho Trottn.  Shop around. Thou talk to your Wostwood donlor.  amount of drinking among some of the;  young people of this community. Where*  did they ever get the idea that it is fun  or clever or sophisticated to get stupid,'  falling-down drunk? It is apparently'  very easy for 14, 15, and 16 year-olds  . in this area to get a quantity of liquor.'  In my opinion, any person selling liquor,  to these young people is just as much',  a pusher as the person who sella drugs  to them, and they should be dealt with  equally by the law. *  Box 368, Gibsona   JOAN M, KAMPMAN  Thanks to community  Editor, The Times 7 '  Sh: Following a full and active year,  as president of the Sunshine Coast Lions,  Club, I would like to express my aip-^  pircoiatlon to my executive nnd to mem-'  bers" of, the community who have sup-;  ported Wona  projects bo well, ',   ., -.        -a., �����������-      - ��r.���  Also, I would like to express my a^ - ���tec mam corridors to replace existing  preclatlon ,to The Peninsula, Times fori Highway, 101, linked by a grid net-  the excellent coverage of our events.    ;   tyork of access roads.  Bank of Montreal moved into spacious new quarters in Sechelt.  June 25, 196*>���Hovercraft service  from the Sunshine Coast to Vancouver  ' is' expected to start in August;  More vandalism at Hackett (Park  facilities was reported by Aid. Morgan  Thompson to Secholt village,council.  Dr. Eric Paetkau, planning to study  for two years in San Francisco, hoped  to sec a recreational centre on his return,'  , June 24, 1964-^-Furt and games aro  planned next* week when Gibsons will  hold its annual July 1 celebration,  Chairman Sam Fladgcr of tho Gib-,  sons centennial committee said that ho  was disoppointed with suggestions for  centennial projects.  B.C, Telephone Co. crews will begin  placing cables soon as the first phase  of a project to provide free dialing between Gibsons ond Sechelt in mld-  1965.  , , 1 ������  j  ' Hove you been wondering what to do about CRACKING, BLISTERING,  PEELING, LEAKING-SUNDECKS? I have the perfect solution for  your problem. I will fiberglass your SUNDECK. and give you a ten  -year guarantee covering  - normal use and wear.   ���  You will never Have to  worry about scraping and  painfting. The color will  always be there. I have a  wide selection of colors  to suit every taste.       '  liiGiASSBE^��  FOR.FREE ESTIMATES CALL BRIAN AT  886-9604 \dhy or o^e.  ��� ��H����������CT����MW��WWI����W������WWW.*B������W������������WB��������W^^  Y,  Sechelt  NEIL CAMPBELL1  /*Vi.fft<hrttv��_,>  BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  O  BOX 24, GARDEN BAY, B.C.   ��   PH. 883-2671  Help appreciated :.  Editor, The Times      ','       7 '      \'.'  Sir: I would like to take this oppor-,  tunlty to personally thank ' the ' Lions  Olulb, tho Legion and ithe Indian band:  council for their generous donations to)  help defray expenses for tlio recent trip  to   tho   B.C,   Elementary   School   tracl^  meet , In Richmond , ,       ,    ,,  I would like to mako special thanks  to parents nnd others who helped drlvo7  tho youngsters to the meet,  Sechelt JIM GRAY1  Suffragettes sought  Editor, Tho Times  Sir: I would appreciate lt you could  include tho following message ns a pub*'  lie servico announcement,  Tho Vancouver Status of Women Is  interested In contacting nny women  wlho. wcro Involved with tho suffrage  and women's righto campaigns of the  early 1000'a,       ,   , .    ,.   p .,  Our hope is to record mrffrago experiences for educational use and historical purposes.. Anyone who has infor-  .rjrwtlpn thnt.might,holp us in our search,  please contact Ruth Shell or Annette  Kourl nt the Status of Women office���;  2020 W 4 th Ave, Vancouver, B.C. 730-  3740, Thank,you for your help.  RUTH  SHELL  Liquor outlets decried  Editor, Tho Times  Sir: It appears to bo tho Intention of  the NDP government tn Victoria to facilitate tho opening of additional Iquor  outlets. Mr, (Barrett Bcema to think that  the ''corner pub" as in Britain, wlU con-  ...:.-. . ,"j.......  JniiniiiiiiminiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiBiumiiir  1      INSTALLED & SERVICED  /Repairs, now carpot soles,  Installation. Servico guaranteed.,  ��   s  iC0ii s Qi^pa  Comer Pfaft & Rothmund  Gibsons ��� 006-9093  pUIIIIlIllllllHlllllllllUUUIIIIIUUlllllllUIUII|lllIUIIIit3  SECHE1T  Cowrie Street  886-2612  ,. >,  .4, Wednesday, June 26, 1974       7 The Peninsula, Times ,   .    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Legislation introduced  ��  ��i -  egisianon.  ��mmmm do  , Nicolsdn-said. one.of .the more im-.  portent sections of the legislation,- as far-  as the government is concerned, is. one  that-permits the Crown-^-or, 'by porder-In-"  council, the federal Crown, a municipality  or regional district���to allow strata units  to be ibuilt on land leased from them. _'  He said the Crown may lease the land  to the developer, who will build and sell  the strata units.    .  * * ^        , , ">  A corporation formed of the owners  of the strata units will administer itself,  and the Crown, need only become involved  when it negotiates and collects the ground  LEGISLATION    has   been   introduced  which would allow for the phased development of condominiums    and    the  building of strata.units on Crown land.  The Strata Titles Act of 1966, which  would be repeatedly the new act, vpro-  vides that a "strata plan cannot be filed  until all the units are complete.  - Housing "Minister Lome Nicolson said  the new Strata Titles Act would allow the  developer to complete the whole unit ip.  stages, each of wjSytjjh would be approved  as it "was -compl.^ ,  He said the present system both "greatly l increases    the/'developer's  financing ^rent, the minister said. *<   .  costs as well as lceeps much heeded hous-        However, he added, the ,Crown may  ing off the market." .   exert some control over'the,development.  PageC-4 The Peninsula times  _. /   Wednesday June 26>; 1974     r*..  I in order to implement, its ^housing policies.  ,,'by> filing a*'schedule. of restrictions.;1 ,  The ,bill states; that, if the Crown decides to< terminate the1 lease, it. will- buy7  back ittie,strata lot.;   7'  . ,~ The legislation also;:will provide for  the smdotherrfunctioning-of strata cor-.'  :~porations,_Nicolson said; by changing the-  regulations relating to voting on the ^corporation's-bylaws. ,7     ...       ���;���  , Nicols'oh said some corporations have '  J trouble getting a good; turnout for voting  bylaws,, which require a; vote of "75 per,  cent of the strata owners. Under the new,  regulations', Lif the proper representation'  was not present at'the first' meeting, only  a simple majority would be needed! to  change the bylaw concerned at* jtihe secV  ond'meeting. ' *,-   ���'"' '   '  * p  r. JUST received from Hallmark, three new.  . types of, Greeting/Cards for ..you to;  browse over. Come and see them soon.,.  Miss BeeV-Secheit. '   .7-    -     <���<'        :;  isticmScietice  $250 line  BEING a woman isn't a burden. In this ,  -./.'era of woman's'^effort to.'achieve 'a  state, of i liberty,' and equality���morally,; >  civilly and socially���woman would be  wise ato first, question a "what is my ttue  identity?" One may .truthfully say, 7"I  am the' reflected image "of God, .of intelligence, love and life. I show wisdom with  love,; strength with, tenderness, a truly  balanced nature���fully expressed." Align. '  ing' cur thought with our true identity  frees us to full achievement of our rights.  - On the, radio program The Truth That  Heals,,, advertised in The Times today,  people tell how man's, spiritual nature  as-God's" beloved child comes into view.  . For more information or free literature  in Christian Science, please contact the  Asssistatot Committee, of Publications for  the Sunshine Coast at 885-9778.  ,dso  . The ^hrew is the smallest mammal  living in^ Canada's "forests.  STARTING Monday, all British; Colum- '���  bia drivers must have a driver's cer-*  tificate and a driver's licence.-.. "'  Driving  without a  valid certificate  will be an offence under the Motor Ve-l  hide Act carrying a minimum fine of  $250 and a 10 point penalty on motor  Vehicle records.' >���','.      '    .   J "7    '  Anyone'Who did not receive an ap-,  plication form in the mail can apply in  person at at a Motor Licence office. Sim-',  ilarly, anyone1 wiho did not''mail',the  completed application to,the",Motor ve*  hide branch in Victoria by,June 15th7  will have-to visit a Motor Licence of  fice in person to have the certificate validated, a  Driver licences and driver insurance  certificates are separate documents, purchased; separateL Commencing  ,July 1,  - both will be required by British Columbia  , drivers who, wish to legally operate a  motor vehicle.  ���K3^^^:?a$3_l!^  VOTE  Progressiva Conservative |  LORNE GREENAWAY  iMmunnaMiinnam  * Put your message into 3,894  homes (15,000 readers) in  these economical spots. Your  ad is always there' for quick  reference .. . . anytime!  iwM��uiJiiiuiiiiiniiiiiimniTiiiifflim-i-wM���^^  * Here's an economical way to ' ��  reach   3,894   homes   (15,000 5  readers) every week. Your ad =  waits patiently for ready refer* 5  ence .... anytime! g  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon '  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  *, Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069    ,  ROSS & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Road & Grandvlow'Avenue  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AMD DEVELOPMENTS LTD.   .  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  ' Planning Service  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  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  v .... ..._������  BANKS v :  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Secholt  Branch ���- Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Render  Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m,  frl. 10 a.m. to o p.m., Sat., 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Ponder: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to, 6 p.m.  CARPET CLEANING 7  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CABINETS    V     KITCHENS BEAUTIFUL 7  LAWRENCE'  Home Improvement Service  .Cabinets / Couhtertops -  new or renovations  Box 342, Gibsons Eves* 886-7495  a     ' J ���,  ���BHOBpaHaaiaBSSBBHaaBaaaaanafcAnnanBananBa  CARPETS  LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  Repairs/New Carpet Sales and   Installation.  7.', ��� Service. Guaranteed. ,y  1        -       ��� " ' ' ! '  Corner of Pratt Rd. and Rosmund  ��� .  DISPOSAL SERVICES  :     SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT- MELLON TO^OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when  renoyatingror spring > cleaning call  us  -  * for your disposal needs.   .  ' Commercial Containers Available  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  CONTRACTORS  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building SuppKoe  Phone 886-2642    .  ELECTRICIANS;  aV'll  BLASTING  ��vr\  CONTROLLED BLASTING  'All Work Insured  Free Botimatee  FRED DONLEY ,  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  or 883-9972  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Pasomonts - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Linos  Call for a froo estimate anytime.  TED DONELY Pondor Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All WorkGuaranteed  Phone 885-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C, (  ~WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTDr  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs*  NIONfl VBRN, 009-2525 or 806-2144  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A, C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Noeds -  Madeira Park Phone 883*2585  ���.������������,.���W.i...Hli..,W.,WI-.|.1il...l.-i.   ��� II W'l I   ������ ���.���������.���������������..��� ���*��������� ���.1 Mill- I H���.-il.,*  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD;  .,���,���,.������.���,.���..,,,.���,. Cxotlo-and'-Conatruction-���"���'���-'���������   Ponolllna - Doors - Mouldings  \ Glues - Insulation  V   Hwy, 101    -~   Gibsons   p-    806.92*)  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  , (l97irLTDr���  ,    ''AU'BUILDING MATERIALS''  i "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE . GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES'"  "GENERAL PAINT"  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, l_ANDSC-^lp3 AND  1' "BACKHOE WORK: ,  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  6RAVEb',4."-r?lLl7    "  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  v,    .Quality Builders  SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM^,��UILT HOUSES  '''      ,88o%i8,\i%i  '       -  1 > ,,, ,   HARBOUR COMCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD;  Ponder Harbour aroa  Sand - Drain Rock ,- Crushed Gravel, etc.  Wo now have 2 concrete mixer' trucks  to serve you.  R.R. 1  Madeira Park  Phono 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031 ���  Dump Truck - Backhoo'- Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Cloaring  FREE ESTIMATES   '  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISB PAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt* B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  , Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates,       Phone 885-9413  Land Clearing, -, Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira Parte, B.C.       ;  PHONE 005-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  CUarlng - Excavations - Road Building  Grading'- Fill - Road Gravsl - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 805-9550  n " �����. II l-WI���1>!���^P��*.lMl- ��������� �� . ���!������������...������..������...���. -,IW1^I1. ���������>��� .M.I.III-MI*.������.M.M^ W���^���I������t"*  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  '     '   Septic Tank ������, Ditching  Excavating <��� Land Clearing  Road Dulldlng ��� Gravsl tk Fill  006-2030  '     f B.E.; ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 ' ->t -���        ' J, Gibsons  "POWER TO~THE PEOPLE"  ~ BLAIR ELECTRICAL ~  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring,.  Free^ Estimates \    r ' .  Phone' -886-7Mc>^r >--*->&��� \  ���'v    < -   * ,..,,��� m       *    i i   "^."^   **  I    I l'"l   ���     *  ���  D, W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone ,883-2749  Ponder Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial -Commercial  All work guaranteed - Froe estimates  Jea McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  ,  Phone 883-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FUEL  fnRNIE WIDMAN  1    for all your  ��� SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madoira Park, B.C. 7 .  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694. Gibsons, B.C.  i., '' , ������>.,'  ^H_wBlalr7Konnett,Aa,��alcni^manager^���w___n  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  MACHINE SHOPS (Cont.)  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  ,   (ot'Standard Motors)  -   Machinery & Equipment Repairs  FlrsfClass Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ?- p    ���' Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  " Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  -    ���  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ��� 885-2523 days ��� 885-2108 eves.  RflARIME SERVICES  7-  L CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  'v.        vMarine Ways to 42'  7   " Bottom Repairs  883-2535  s *-,t   ��� Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C. _.  7;,      PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  u'> j./- --,-~CCanoes'' 7, >  7.   "'.  '"'-' <. -w,Runabouts  -   ''"-" - ���- Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES >-PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  ;   '-JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  " ������   ,7 "7" SALES AND. SERVICE  Complete Marine'Accessories.��� Full line of  "cartop runabout boats pnd cruisers.  '    TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  ' " ' ' Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  P��,_��M.m.mm.........��...............H  ��..............��..��..................,.M,.......g  PAINTING & DECORATING  ROOFING  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast x  7"    MOBILE HOME SERVICE  '(div.  of   Sea .Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd.)  ' Q 'Complete. Maintenance  Q  Do-lt-Yourself, Trailer Skirting  y Oil II.  Bon 920, Sechelt    S   " jCe     Tel. 885-2712  tVIOTELS  4 MOTOR MOTEL "900"  '.at Pender Harbour on, tho Sunshine Coast  I Highway  /Modern Completely Equipped Housekeeping  Units with Electric Ranges and Refrigerators.  1 NEW AND SPARKLING CLEAN  Barbecues and Hibachls available as a  courtesy to guests.  Rates from $9.00 a day single to  '' $18.00 a day for four.  Special weekly .and monthly off-season rates.  TELEPHONE 883-9939  MOTORCYCLES   HONDAS  1  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroke, 4-stroke, dirt and street bikes  r, ,     TRAIL PAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  \     Secholt 885-2512  ��� Vancouver toll freo; 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  7      LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  7      Household,Moving/ Packing, Storage  , Packing Materials for tale  ���������������"   MEMBER OF, ALLIED VAN LINES  )!,���������-..'��� Canada's No. 1 Movers  ,     Ph. 086-2664, R.R. 1 Glbsona  NURSERY  0116-2642  HlQhway 101  006^033  Gibsons  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT, MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  a W. GRC^NET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks - Excavating  1        LoYolIng fl, Landscaping  Phono Jerry, 005-2600  HOTELS  J   Mack's Nursery - Roborts Creek  Landicpplng - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertiliser  ,( Berry Plants - Bedding Plants �� Peat Moss  ^�����:'^fu||yi-'jLie��nrtdT��ttlcld��'vSproVinp''fb,r^',m*i  Londtcaplng and Tre���� ,  Sunohino Coact Hwy. - Ph. 006-2604  OPTOMETRIST  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 803-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties !  MACHINE SHOPS  At the Sign of tha Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP.  8, MARINE SERYICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acotyllno Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotlv* and Marin* Repair!  Standard Marine Station  PhMM 886-7721      IUw, 006-9934, 006-9134  If RANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  88��-224877""""!"^'-"  Secholt - Mondays/- 885-9712  PAINTING & DECORATING  ���'���     ABC ". ���:. ���'   "  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR ��< EXTERIOR   '  ^^^JIRUSH^^^  7; '    Call: 886-2512  ~       CALVIN'S PAINTING fi.  DECORATING  P.O, Box 94rSecheltrB.C,  n Phone005-2107  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS    v  All types of Painting'  ' Private & Commercial  General Delivery ,.  Madeira Park, B.C... ' ���;  883-2678  PLUMBING  & HEATIMG  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  .    '1 i ,  Plumbing - Heating - Installations,  Renovations - Sewer Hook-ups ,���  All work guaranteed I year - Prices on request  . 886-7638 r-Certified Plumber    ,  Box.1,65, GIBSONS ���,     .  L & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  -SERVING THE ^SUNSHINE COAST--    ���  -  Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phona 885-2918   L Mitchell & R. Mitchell   SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  *     Gibsons     v'    .  ' y Plumbing - Pipelining - Steamfitting  Hot Water HeatirtO^- PiP�� Lagging ����� 7 ���  FREE ESTIMATES., \  " > All work guaranteed'  o    PhoM^886?70W\v-l7;--i:v-^7:  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR;HEATING"  '���     -' OIL FIRf^^AYER^EATfeRSf' _.!' -  Nothing Down''- \0 Yfiare Jo P�� ,  ,!,''  - . House'Plumbing '. -������   ,,'   -" .-  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  ',   Sea,Coast '       r ���- "  .     .y SHEET;. METAL LTD. vl ,.,,=,  H^atini) ��� ^Ventilation 'XI Air' Conditioning";  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial'  Free Estimates ��� 24>'fitjur service'  Box 920, Socheit Tel. 885-2711  1     SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES-^  Wayne Brackett *. 885-2466  Box ,7$6, Sechelt,,, B.C. \ fV ���,    ',  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9538  Everything-for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685   '  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John' Harrison  ',  REFRIGERATION '& APPLIANCd  SBRVICB  ���Used appliances for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  RENTALS   A.C. RENTALS LTD.  .   TOOLS'and EQUIPMENT"  RENTALS and SALES  Easy .Strip,,Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllers - Generators - P.umps -  ' 7 Earth Tampers ���'..,.���'. 1  Sunshine Coast Hwy, & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 003-2505  ,  -I,.  ,,,1 '��� -,i..ii,   Why Buy When You Can  --v'^WRENTitatw-'-'.''  COAST RENTAI5  ^^aDo'mestic.''&.lndustirlal-^ulprheht^  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  .,���;���������������.'���    ' "Plantv,' ������������;.���-.���������'������;������  R.R. 1, Dayis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided   '  FISHER FORM RBNTA.LS  885-2612 or 885-2359 ovos.  :.    BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID,SHINGLES -/TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  '   Box 281, Gibsons   '  ���    ' 886-7320   SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early . check our prices first  ��  Custom shakes split to order'  ��' Roof repairs   '  ��  Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt ,   Phone 885-9873  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOFING  AND  REPAIRS  Free Estimates .- All Work Guaranteed  Box 948, Sechelt Phone 885-9091  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  "Sales and Service ,to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  J a. *  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering -  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt   -  vr phone 885-2606    -"&-  STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���Industrial Equipment  ���Automotive  \ PHONE 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  1  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  1      Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  1  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 601-9142  TIRES  ���*���  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Pax 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  77Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING i. SALVAGE  ;;..7    . 77.���LTI>.77.:77   ...  Heavy Rquipment, Moving A Ufl Tewfnfl  L. HIGGS  ,^ww^.��^thaTHne^  TREE TOPPING  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR'AND EXTERIOR  Dok 943, Sechelt  005-2734  Evenings;  885-2936  "Kent it at '  sunshine rentals ltd."  North Road, OibuMms ���'**���-  "Wa Rent or Sell Almost Everything"   TypewrHeir"rUgM^^  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers . Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2848 ���. 24 HOUR SERVICE  �� " ��"' "������'���.������ ��� ��� I" ' n  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  I Socholt, .B.C.  ,     APPLIANCB ������ -��� HARDWARE  ;        HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  - Complete Troo Sorvlco  - Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work      V'  '- Prlcos yoi4 can trust 7  Phone f, RISDEY, 885-8109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - clean-up your wooded areas  �� remove lower limbs for view  - top toll trees adlocent to buildings  Marr Volon 886-9597  mamawaamaammmmi*mam ,, .    M|  T.V. and RADIO  J&C ELECTRONICS  ^^^HIhCC^rOIW,.SAIJB.f.SlllVICK~-~  p���we service all brands���  885-25*8  I       '    noxt to Coast Cable Vision  ���  SECHELT         SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL��� ELECTROHOME  I      and ZENITH.DEALERS  "INI THE HEART OF DQWTOWN SECHaT"  Dm, 199, Sechelt ��� Phone 885-98Id  CLOSED ON MONOAY8 -s  1      a  |W>-  7',  r<v;*ra. .  Senior citizen Assm h.6tes  f  ^-      r   -    t  Wednesday, Juno 26/.1974 *   ~ The Peninsula Times Page C-5  'J?  A;7\    it,  ��� by RoEsorf FokoII  7"'        '  ���"' pi ���   " *V '   >    S1  BUSY7 busy," *busy .wouldf appear Ho be* ibus.��� Sounds '71ike 'a lot of; fun! > Phone1 ^  f the orcler of business for many mem-'   Davq t Hey ward  'for   information r"and.M  bers "during the so-called suminer recess/->. prices.' ^ ^ -,   i�� *7 7 "'77? ,v>    ^(7- lfj  ��,      Atvthe monthly meeting^June* 20*it7 ^   It/was" also decided to', hold a. picnic  summer/  reported4  - ��� 'n HErk'rai^' ���__ m    ���' k&_  is'-�����*��."EsaaCTn 7h ntsa m ��___>_. yssv11_ n* in ^ffisnsr  I  K    <  ���* iJ ll*  7 a  V  7* T7  ' 117is  7   f   'ai.^!'  s/,7 \  (IRLY BIRD BLOCK)  Wharf easrad' f^lphiii , Streets^ "Sechelt  i> transportation to polls,����� 885-2900.  Community's namesake . . .  r* ~,v  x  */  education 'Dungs  This s tour willf leave North fi  "* "Vancouver .by BCR for ^Williams Lake "p,  * '"via' the <���* FVaser ��; Canyoni where   three' *!  _:-U*-      7^11   *1��-   ' ���~n���4-     .T.nta>'��,.����!��  'I,    i,    �� a  ,       '   /  /   ��la.  >n^ wnere   tnree ����� |_ _.��� ������, bb-������S��.  nights, will be  spent! In  the  program    �� TOB" ill t&PSSI��  ...   g ���   ^   & fear in Hyssi  fhfQrosfod' Parties Please Contact:  -<.'   s   :  ',> J-''AiVMILLER)^ 5*' '  .6935 Dumfries/, Vancouver,. B.C;  ^���@i^77  J    Ti      ,.a.*f  Ji!3jrJi!KliC^f^       '    "'wSl^befan .opportunity to-<vjsit Barker- ' ��J *  "- 1   ' - ���    *     ���  J       ,-,7^77   *-^,77 a,,./ ' \ vUle by!busralong with some>other side*7S ,  . dl*��v.H��lllill��l1Si  ^-^ *',"''';!. ������ 7    <��� j ^1r ^ ~    ' 7 ,j trips'and to'do*a little gold panning.uThe   S.        , '<     - ��� t       *^*-*>   -j^i  , ��   ��  ^1 Til (TH>    ill1 ^���"3��T1 ^Tf        return'trip  will be by Pacific  Stages" W///////////y/^^^  ore Rogew/bri^s^bVrrdna'kQotiaMras- ^miles^leaying^PIymouth in August and  sociation of the RogersVfenily Vwith the ^arriving in1 Vancouver in December 1810,  Sunshine Coast, dating "back*a full 60 '< 3>y way;7ofithe( Straits of Magellan. He  years to Sunday/May 31, 19I4J   , , ~        was a* principal in the All Red line IM.;  .The Vancouver Province of"June 1, (incorporated,^.January-1911), which  1914 under a headline "Steamers "raced: ��n the steamships Selma and_Sante  Selma, MeJore and, Aquilo. engaged in M^na between Vancouver and PoweU  friendly triaTyesterday," carried the foU-v J^ver with stops at various wharves and  n��nno ctnnr' ' -        "  ,'       - floats along the Sunshine Coast. Stanley  owing story. L , MUls, who came to Uve in West Sechelt  "A race 'between the steamers Selma, -m m5 Temeaihees $& ^ ^ boyhood  Mehnore and Aquilo-was, toe;featureof the tv/0 learners passed each other in  gulf traffic yesterday a^rnoon. ,The ^^ ^ ^ fath���r,s h6 one headed  Selma and Melmore left Sechelt wharf ;upco^st and ^ otKer te the Secheit  together and had a clpse run to Roberts    JLa-t -,; ^      >  Creek, where the Melmore called,  and __' ".,,, __  . T. .    , J  Wilson Creek, where the Sehha .^aUed. . The t^^J^ ^t pKfSy  Then the stein yacht Aquilo,'Commod- f* ** ���� *chjtt Jtadia�� Ileserve No.  ot6 B T' Roffera a'Roval Vancouver 2 when the < area, was stall known as  Ya'chfblub, SS% aM^he JrittSS Sefelt. Old post office x^ords show  the' Selma raced to Howe ^ Sound, with1 that "i Decemb��r 1914 R, Dunn, jm  the result that the S^lma finished,ahead. Jg^en, J?c?veJl ?"S, at J"t ^?  The Selma and Aquilo/exchanged.^his- TS^ ^ i8��*^^"3BS^ f^  tie  salutes.  The^Selma^ made Jthe a run ��� earliest record I can find of the use of  E.  1897w . .   .,    .      _  Rogers, born in Philadelphia-in "1865. In  operated  , was the7son or Bei^an^/yrmgley - ^Xme, -, iv7    7^ *-  *> l   * ,  In 1917 the All Red Line Ltd. sold  use on the Sunshine Coast, stUl caix^the Steamship Co. They changed the Selma's     '  rinmp Rope���    *>  % I     7     .":   7   ' name1 to Chasina* and she contmued to  name Kogers. , _       t              ^Mtr��� serve the- iSunshine Coast until she was  Winner  of .the race,   the  passenger ^^            mmer  steamer Selma, gave her name to the ~_                                          _^Cj _h_.��  .community of Selnia - Park.7 The [ yessel (   When the liquor trade slumped the  was built'in/Scotland in,1881 under the, old vessel was, sold yet ,wmja& she  name Santa' fcecelia,"��ai&^-steate yacht tar", saded for ^rao,\^port.involved^^ini the _ 4  the marquis"��Anglesey. Before coming *m> trad^.-^The Chasina cleared from-, -  ,         ..-.-   '�� 2-j  Macao  for   Vancouver   but   was   never,  >MiiMiiimuiimnmmmiuiiiiumiMiiiiHiliiiiniinnMi�� u__,___.   ���*' or,__.{n                                    '  -f7 /'I'  Gibsons PontQcestiol  a    heard of again.        ,  A whole l>ook could be written on the  numerous  adventures' of  Chasina, * ex  HIGHWAY &' MARTIN I   numerous  adventures ' or  unasma, ' ex  hi6|^ay ��. -WRiiN t    , ,    i   ijS���lma   x Santa cecelia/and Selma Park  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.   1"'    |   residents'may Justifiably take pleasure  Services 11:00 a.m; and 7:00 p.m.  1   in the steamer's' - long, roniantic history  '   PHONE 886*107 '(', ^ I , Prior��to ^r dmi3e''      . ' ^ V        ,  >os��or: Cany Foetor '    7 7    , |     \ I  \   .���-  nMHiimninnim��mmim��"m>unnaiiiUU"'nimnJ  ' i    L  *)      t   j <r  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY ,  Sunday School i--,_JU 10s80t��.n��. '  Morning Wonhlp , ___7,11:15��i,m,  Evening SotvIm _ s���   7*30|>4in.  Prayer & Bible Study. Wed.    7:30 p.m.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. _ 7:00 p.m.  PHONE(885-2671'     1(.  PASTOR: FRED NAPORA,  1     "  r.iiiiMiMiiiiiaiMiMiniiiMiiiii>"i>iiMiMipii|iMiiiii.ii(i"��r  j       Tho United Church  of Cnnndrn, ���  SERVICES:  St. John'e Unlfod Church - Davla Bay  Sunday Service*,- 9:30 o,m.  Roberta Creak United Church  ! Sunday Service* - 2:30 p.m.  j Glbiona United Church  : < Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  i MINISTRY:  :      Rev. Jim Wlllamson, Glb*on��, 886-2333  .niiiii>inniiiiminiiiiiiiuumiunimiiiiniimniiiii��">  BAPTIST' CHURCHES  886-2611 ���1 886-7449  Pastor: Wllbort N. Erlck��oo  OIDSONS: Morning Worship 9:30: Sun*  day School 10:45; 7:00 p.m,  Sundays, Study hr, 7:30 p.m.  Thursdays,  SECHELTi Sunday School   10:00 q.m.?  Mornlno Wor��hlp 11:15 Sundays, Study hour 7:30 p.m.  l-       Wcdnesdqys!"   J*   v   "-  BEING A WOMAN  ISN'T A BURDEN  When we go beyond a routine, view of  Identity and life, man'e iplrltual nature  as God'* beloved child comes Into view..  Oroadcait this Sunday over many  itationi including OVB 1470 Kcs, at  9|30 d.m,'-  ,    rtiemUTH  ���';:7;,7:ife5i;;HjaRIS. ..:'...���.  ^ Chrf*tl��in scltnc* waro ������rl����  SBCHELT-Tjerome Julian, 21, of Sechelt,  was remanded in custody last week-  alfter appearing  in provincial count to  answer charges of wOundipg with latent  and breaking and! entering,        ' '  He is alleged to have cut the .throat  May 11 of Sechelt resident Sam Woods  during an early-morning dispute near  Mission Point Road,  The crown further claimed that Julian  broke into Sechelt's   C & S   Hardware  store 1 May  25  after being released 01V  bail on the first charge.  " Julian pleaded guilty to both charges  and .the case was remanded to July 2  for sentencing.  In other court news, Bandy Joe, 20,  of Sechelt faced charges of impaired andi  dangerous driving in connection with an  Occident 1 June 10 in which a vehicle was  in collision with the Indian'Band sohool  bus.  His case was remanded to Juno 1(2 for  plea or'Mai.  Two injured after car  collides with mfcycle  QIBSONS���Two  men  were  rushed  to  hospital in the early hours of Juno 22  after the motorcycle they wore riding  was struck by a car on Nort(h Road,  Driver George Crooks ot Vancouver  and passenger Larry Lambert, Gibsons,  wcro treated for broken bones,, RCMP  told Tho Times, n  Thoy wcro travelling east on North  Road when a car driven by a Juvenile  went out of control on a cornor near tho  garbage dump road and run Into them,  Pollco are Investigating.  _ 1        ������,.._.. I i   '   ~ r I   .        I I ;������-]������ 1   ��� ��� 1 ���- ��� -       The U.S7 end Canadian coiuervhtlon  movements (began In itho 1000'fl and IBOQ'o.  >  Anywhere in B.C:  Better equipped. More comfortable.  No cash outlay. Justa flat five dollar fee for  which you'll be billed later. ,        '       (  Existing and'added staff will be qualified under  the new provincial Ambulance Training Programme  as soon as possible,  Later, it will havd its own Zenith telephone number,  but, for now, call thp existing ambulance ,  service in your area. ���..  Yours to use.  Wisely. * -  1  1  1  '    '    '1     <\   7 .     '  ' 1  M  , ���  p 11 1 ' ' �� p  ''''���     I'M     '      ,,    1  'I       I   ���'     ,���  /    I  I I  y      1 V  ' (        1, 'I  PRovmce of wish cowmBia  emeRGencY HeauH  sei^iGesGomrriission  "���' ���.��� 2840iiN.ahdlrriciStCVIctoiLla '  British Columbia/ V8T.-1W97 387*6891  M 1    1 SquaringlyyoLtrs  Maurice Hoastocset  SQUARE dancers,make a lot of friends,  - from east to west and north to south.  Square dancing, never ends,' one -fact' is  known, the whole world.over,-makes you 7  wantto sing, life begins with 'good square  dancing. ', . ���    .' .  Kla how ya square dancers. Not too ������  much to  report  today.  Life  as  usual,  work,-eat, sleep, watch TV .and so on. i  I would gladly, give this all up for a  good- square ;wW*ce.' -        '     '  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade is coming up  Aug. 2-4, with the parade-at Saturday,  August 3. How about the business people  getting their thinking caps on and getting a float intthe parade. After all, it's,  only four weeks away.^  I got a letter'in the mail" last week  from a lady in Alberta and of .course my'  wife . said: ."Who the? What the? How  come? And I said: "Well; I was born in  Alberta, but, hfirifest, I haven't been back  there since ...",- - -  VWell, open, the letter,'.' she said,  while leaning over my shoulder, "and  maybe we will find out who it's from."  So with shaky hands, I opened the letter, unfolded the single page and read  on: "Dear sir: well right away I, liked  this lady, she call me sir, but to make  a long story short, Ellen Saunders from  Port McMurray7 Alberta, asked: Do we  have a square dance club on the Sechelt  Peninsula that is active?"  Well, let me tell you Ellen, we have  the,best derned active club going and  it's called The Country Stars of the Sunshine Coast which covers from Port Mellon to Pender Harbour. We square dance  at: the Sunshine Coast Golf Club, clubhouse on Friday evenings during the  square dance season'and any place else  we can for the ,next two months, with  callers Harry Robeittson 886-9540 and  Yours Squaringly 886-2535. So we.are  looking forward to seeing you.  One more thing I need a set of square  dancers or more to put on a short show  after the parade on Aug. 3 at Dougal  park. If you are interested call 886-2535,  This is the type of advertising, that  builds up a real good square dance club.  I need to know before this1 coming Friday, thank you.  Well, I must go for now,' but remember, more doors are opened with  please, than keys, Keeno.  JUST a reminder that .Canadian Flags  are available _at Miss Bee's���Sechelt.'  Almost all sizes still in stock." -   ���  THE MINI-BUS board; in Itsinitial meet-.  dng, will    distribute    questionnaires  through the mail,,envnnerating potential <'  users of the new bus service.  Members of the board are^ John and  Fay�� Lewis, George Hopkins, Judy Scott,  Rene and Hugh Duff, Marie Connor end .'  Dana Kearney.. >       -7 -      ���" i..  The board is preparing a brief to Victoria to obtain the operating funds for  the "bus. Public subscription raised almost  $13,000,to purchase a the ..vehicle,   a  ,, .  - The brief' must, said Lewis, - contain  operating costs for the year such as driver  salary, fuel, maintenance, insurance and <  the like. The'brief must also Show the  . potential number .of passengers, the services the. bus will'provide and the operating rules and regulations.  "The board decided," Lewis told The  Times, "that ithe 'best way to arrive at  ���the potential number of passengers and!  the priorities of service, is to" send out .  questionnaires. "  . >      '  "Therefore we have prepared the questionnaire and it will be mailed to addresses.  on the Sunshine Coast this weekend.  'It is vital for our brief that we receive as many replies as quickly as possible. The return address is shown on  the back of the fortn, so after the questions have been' answered, they may fold  it and attach a six-cent stamp."  ' The results of the questionnaire will  allow the hoard to set up initial schedules.  "We still require letters-of support  from all organizations, as well as indivi- '  duals. The more we have, the stronger  our case will be in Viotoria."  Page C-6   ,'   . The. Penin&ule Times  Wednesday, June 26, 1974   '< 7/v  From the pulpit  ;;'  ~-by Pastor Gorry Foster,  "THE FEDERAL election campaign heads^  ,   a .down :the home "stre.tch.:The~past few{v  weeks hundreds of'candidates'have,beens. ���  setting forth the issues In .this election.7  The important issues we are told" are-!,  inflation, government spending;, housing,:   ,  etc.'We agree that these are important'.,  .and we should be concerned as, Canadians. '  '    ,, a       I' ������'.'.' '<"   '  But, do we think.for one,minute that   .  if inflation  was-brought* under control .  and.if everyone.h'ad a job and everyone-. ,  could afford tobuy a, house, things would' t,  all.of a.sudden be rosy. We would.still,  have problems; problems far greater than  those listed above..For the real issues are  those, which have rarely been mentioned.  Crime, immorality, alcoholism, dope'addiction, jealousy, greed and'strife, to name  a few, are the  problems which cause '  us more heartache and damage than any-   ,  thing else. Unfortunately they will not ���  be solved on July 8, regardless of which  party wins the election.. And before you  dismiss this summation of. the problems >  of our country consider that 'thousands of .  years of human, history have not proven  otherwise.   ���'  \ But there is an answer and hopeful.1  outlook to all this. If you have a Bible  read such .passages as Isaiah 35 which  gives an indication of some policies and  programs which Jesus Christ will implement when" He returns to this earth. If  you want to -have a part in them you must  by i faith 'receive Jesus Christ ,as your  Savior and, Lord. _ ,    ��� ���  /  otorcycle rider: save  SECHELT���Local motorcyclist Hugh Mc  Court has been credited with saving.  the life of a 21 -year-old Vancouver rider  whose cycle left Highway 101 near Trout-  Lake June 13 and landed in a stream,  pinning him underwater. "  Sechelt BOMP said that Garth William  Edgar of Wolfe Avenue, Vancouver, was  following McCourt, who was southbound  towards Sechelt. '   _ .  <At around 8:30.p.m., "Edgar left the  road and went into a right hand ditch,"  said a,police spokesman. "McCourt noticed a cloud of dust, returned to the  scene and found Edgar lying crossways in  a stream, submerged in the water with  his motorcycle resting across his legs."  ���McCourt ran down to the stream, lifted  Edgar's head out.of the water-and "was  undoubtedly-instrumental in saving his  life,", the spokesman said. ' ,   ,  .When^ further help arrived, Edgar was  removed jfrom-the stream and .taken to  ' hospital.' He has since been released.  immMiMmmimmimjammtimmmmiaaaaimmititimtmiiimtmimfimA  * -     ���     ._    "    V" ' , >     a      .  B*C�� IS &  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DONT MESS IT UP  umi0umimmiw/timw>itma^iammmfuummmtm^satnimammmmmni  No fun seeing your holiday hopes become  crashing disappointments. Drive sensibly.' I  Defensively.  t    vStay one . . . and . . . two . . . and . . .  behind the car in front. It's a safe distance you  can count on.  And, if you have to drive long hauls without  a break, stay alert ��� keep a window open; tune in  some lively music; and, before you get really  drowsy, pull over. It's time well spent.  'SAFE DRIVING. /  MAKE ITA WAYOF LIFE:  MOTOR VEHICLE BRANCH  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION  ' PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

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