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Array '      ��� i_ I  ��      "   5 l I  COMMONWEALTH MICROFILM LIBRARY  204 West '6$h JUee.-  VANCOUVER, B.C.  V5Y* IKS  Comp.  -'       <��� "Va_  / ���:.>;  >k  v.  . ->  ?  / *  t  r  i  OFF AND RUNNING, these youngsters, the same spirit as most Sunshine Coast  charge their way through the children's residents had as they 'charged through  races part of Sea Cavalcade with much   the other aspects of the festivities.  Gibsons settled into .peace and'.quiet  Sunday night for the first time in nearly a  week.   ' '  Sea Cavalcade fever held the village in Its  grasp and finally let go Sunday night.  All around th$ area, residents, got, their  first full night's sleep Sunday after three days  of merriment and .celebration.  In one corner of Gibsons, a group known as  the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade. Committee'are  resting after seeing the fruits of their almost  four months of planning, Organizing and plain  hard working culminate.  Sea Cavalcade is a success. Much of the"  credit for its being a success is the committee. Much is due to the legions of people-  who thronged to downtown,Gibsons for the  celebrations. Everyone was caught up iiijthe;  festive atmosphere and carried along on  some sort of surreal play where all take part.  A play starring the people of the Sunshine  Coast and their visitors with supporting  performances by local organizations, the  Canadian naval and air ar%ed forces,,  visiting dignitaries, a $25,000 salmon derby'  with the winner weight in at Gibsons, a*  parade labelled the best yet seen in Gibsons  and marked by floats and other entries giving  evidence to much thought, planning and efforts tugboats', power boats, sail boats, a  children's fishing derby, bands for listening  and dancing until all hours of the night and a  hot dog stand where ypu could still get fed at 4  a.m. That was the Sea Cavalcade.  ��� And it was reigned over by Miss Sea  Cavalcade Tracey McDonald complete with  diamond studded tiara and a smile that won  the hearts of all Cavalcade goers.  There were winners. Hundreds of winners.  Fishing derby winners, both in the adult and  youngster categories. There were draw  winners, race winners, game winners and a  town that came out a winner because a couple  of thousand people came out to have a good  time.  No one could see everything.  There wasn't the blistering hot sun of past  Cavalcades but the Weather was not uncomfortable. Few complained.  , In this week's issue of The Times and next  weeks', some of the sights and people of  Cavalcade will be presented for those Who  didn't get to see everything.  '-���./,  un  rD  c  3  l-jnii.ra.ffsf,  Kill tW-a-af  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Robe its Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd   Class Mail  Registration  No. 114��  /  Phone  885-3231  Union a-*-'.?'-*..   Labe'  This Issue 16 pages --15c  Volume 12 -t No. 38 Wednesday, August 13,1975  nm,,. -,^^,m~r.mim��imWmva*_mmtimmwimmmmmwmmm*mmwmmmmmm^^  PENpER HARBOUR, B.C.    v  BOATS - CAMPING FACILITIES -'.CAFE  MARINA 883-2757" ��   CAFE' 883-2296  i  fa  i  r  /.   .. SECHELT,���.Aftep'a,. heated, discussion..  between AldennanNorm_ Watson ar^d Pennis  "r Snuttlewdrto over a time limit oh tentative  approvals of subdivisions, council decided to  table the motion. It would require developers  to reapply for tentative subdivision approval  after one year if subdivision construction is  not started.  The motion is scheduled for discussion at  , the next meeting after an examination is  made:of how,close it comes to conformity  with thei existing, subdivision bylaw.  The motion also stipulated that if  developers do'not commence their subdivision one year after tentative approval, the  developer would have to reapply for approval  every 90 days.  Shuttleworth said this ammendmerit  would prevent developers from 'sitting' on a  piece of land and doing nothing with it for 20  years. He also said if laws concerning  developers changed, the developer would  have to conform to the new laws if development of his property had not started.  "It is protection for village residents and  an Incentive to developers to start construction after they have council's tentative  approval/' he said.  Shuttleworth originally suggested the time  limit be 180 days, the same as tho highway'sl  department and the village of Gibsons'  subdivision bylaws;,, but most council  members said this period was too short for a  developer to get a large operation underway.  Shuttleworth changed tho tlmo limit to one  yenr,  Wntson disagreed with tho amendment  bocau.se ho wanted council to rovlow the  whole subdivision bylaw and to Work tho  nmendmcnt In properly. "I don't know If  there Is definitions within tho existing bylaw  to cover thla nmendmcnt."  Shuttleworth said tho amendment should  be ndded now so that "Tho show could get  underway and peoplo will get off their butts  -...��onco thoy have approval for a subdivision."  Ho snld It would tnko six months to a year  to ro-oxumino tho whole subdivision bylnw  nnd that this was too long to wait to hnvo the  (iiheiidment.  Watson snld council's approval to havo  I/jn Van Egmond, local dovolopor, nnd Dob  Allen, local surveyor, speak to tho motion.  "What Is tho rush for this amendment?"  Van Egmond asked. "Do you think someone  In trying to sneak In under tho wire Ixtforo the  vlllago changes somo now law pertaining to  developers?"  Ho said tho highways department 100 day  tlmo limit on tentative approvals for nub-  division starts Is unreasonable for a largo  subdivision, i  ,AH��n agreed with Van Egmond, "A year la  not long enough ���largo development), have  to bo spread over a period of tlmo,"  A recent article In Tho Times stated tho  initial part of tho road to tho arena was not  ' paved because tho developer who owns the  surrounding.,,. property. hud... not begun n  development ho receivednpprovnljtor,two  years ago.  FJocycIo thla ftJawnpnparl  Representatives of local governments  unanimously reconfirmed their approval in  principle of the Sechelt Indian Band's  proposal Tor a bulk oil storage terminal on  reserve iand. Approval c^  with band representatives last Tuesday.  The members of the Sechelt council,  Gibsons, council and the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board will approach their  respective boards for official resolutions of  support for the terminal site and the proposed  facility.  The thr.ee jurisdictions agreed in principle  two years ago that a bulk oil storage terminal  on reser^lan^.was the hest location after .a^  'B.C. Petroleum studyhad indicated Trail Bay-  wa�� bwtlf.qut,ofisix. sites.studied:,     .  The band unveiled plans for a $2 million oil  storage facility on reserve land three weeks  ago. The facility would eliminate the  necessity for the smaller bulk storage terminals on the Peninsula.  Sechelt council last Wednesday passed a,  resolution reaffirming their support of the  band's proposal; The other governments are  expected to follow suit as their meetings take  'place."'  Frank West, chairman of the regional  board, said the board's attitude has not  changed in the slightest. "Theboard accepted  the site within the Indian reserve land as the  best place for the terminal for ttie people of  the iSuhshine Coast^" he said.  Although the oil companies have not been  approached or sqldon the proposal, Derwyn  Owen, economicladyisor to the band, said any  pressure applied to the oil companies to  accept the proposal must come from  jurisdictions outside the Band council.  Peter Hoemberg, regional board director,  said,   "if   the   three   Jurisdictional don't  unanimously agree to support the proposal  ,;(wfc ^^asting;^t^|^^.,.,gl^y J -  V.*A lc,t Of these &^  form to .any safety prDollutipn stand^ds but  'ft toe'past'we .have-had no t^tematiy^Nd\V  we can enforce regulations ^nd srt^tlieir  expansion." /  Norman Watson, Sechelt alderman, said it  could be jointly pointed out there is ,a "big  stick" we are prepared to use. "These small  terminals can be legislated out'of existence,  not just on non-conformity to! bylaws but on  fire regulations;" he-said* <> :  Hoemberg said with a resolution of support from all jurisdictions the oil companies  would have no handle to play one off against  ariotherr  With the show of unanimous support Owen  saWs,the;;5and4waS;,npw in, a position Jo  aproach the oil companies directly. He said  more homework must be done on the report,  with Associated Engineering the consulting  firm that drafted the proposal, and that  preparations must be made to negotiate in-  ��*  tsra  P  ir  ��� See Page A-3  REIGNING over the Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade officially started for Miss  Cavalcade 1975 Tracey McDonald When.  the 1974 Queen Perry; Bradshaw..placed'  the queen's tiara on her head. The official crowning came during the opening  ceremonies at Dougal Park on Saturday.  Tracey will represent Gibsons in the  Miss PNE competition later this month  as well as attending several other  functions for the village.  ��� Timesphoto  ....  ���a".**  ii  "S.  i !  i  I fl  -a,   '   H -.  '������All  1 a  ,  A  ,  ���wis  f -  ��-*-.-��. "*  Sunshine Coast residents will be asked to  vote on toll-free telephone calling to and from  the Pender Harbour area   B,C, Telephone Company is arranging a  referndum for Peninsula telephone subscribers to vote on the possibility of  eliminating the present calling charge between Pender Harbour and tho rest of tho  Sunshlno Coast with a resulting Increase in  monthly rates to all subscribers.  Brian Bagley, B.C. Tel district manager,  sold the voto, hold In response to requests  from individuals and groups In the area, will  have two options ��� either tho , removal of  toll charges between Pender Harbour and all  exchanges on tho Sunshine Coast, or toll-free  calling between Ponder Harbour and Sechelt  exchanges only, with long-distance charges  between Ponder Harbour and Glbspns-Port  Mollon remaining.  Approval of either option will require a 60  per cent vote of subscribers In the, communities affected. For tho first option, a  "favotimblovoto of* Glbsons-Port* Mollon*  telephone customers as well as Sechelt  subscribers Is required,  Under torms of the first plan, residence  exchange rates In Pender Harbour would  Increase $1.05 for an Individual lino, $1,20 for  a two-party lino, nnd 05c for multi-party  sorvlco, Business rates would go up $0,50 for  on Indlvlduul lino und $3,30 for party lino  service.  In tho second option, toll-free calling  between 'Ponder Harbour and Socholt only,  Ponder Harbour residence telephone rates  would Increase $1,30 for an Individual line, 03c  for n two-pnrty lino, and 70c for multi-party  service. Business rates would bo Increased by  $5,18 for Individual sorvlco and $2,05 for party  lino perylco, ,��� ���_ ��� .���,��� _���,., ,._ ; m,  For Scphott and Gibsons-Port Mollon  exchanges, toll-free calling to Pender Harbour would mean Increases In monthly rates  for 30c for Individual and two-party lino  resldcnco subscribers, ZOe for multi-party  * "HnoTresIdcncd cuHiomwfii BiislnoW ra  both ccntrer would Increase $l ,30 for * Individual lino service and 05o for party linos,  i Bagloy snld all rates quoted aro thoso  currently In effect, and aro subject to revision  as a result of nny , company-wldp rate  changes,  He said that if the vote favours the'toll-free  calling principle, it would go into service by  the fall of 1977. That is the time required for  the necessary engineering, ' ordering,  manufacturing and installing of equipment.  He also noted that the proposed expansion  of the toll-free calling area is subject to approval by tho Canadian Transport Commission In Ottawa.  The referendum ballots would bo mailed  out to telephone subscribers in early September, Bagley sold, and the company would  probably request that thoy bo mailed back to  the company by the end of September.  Results of tho voto. will'be announced soon  nfter,  f.thH<  ������j.  It  ^\P'"?  i     hi.'  'li'ti P  PP  1 J I ,  '���   "   (iPP .    A'AfiPt'Wfwm'  (Secholt Council lost week gave Informed  approval to tho Sunshlno Const Regional  Board to construct and own a sowor system In  Sechelt,  CouncU will not formally give npproval to  tho roglonal board to go ahead with tho  sowers until tho board lius tho letters patent  from the Department of Municipal Affairs  which will glvo thorn the powor to finance and  Construct a sower system within vlllago  boundaries, When tho letters potent nrrlvo,  this regional bonrd will bo tho first In tho  province to have' such powers.  Alderman Norm Wataon sold Uiero will bo  no additional cost to tho taxpayer outsldo of  tho $100 hookup fco and tho Increase In taxes  .previously estimated.!! tho vlllngo hnd un^  dortakon tho construction. ' \  Watson said It was doubtful tho village  could afford sowors If It had to finance tho  project, "Wo would bo crippled," ho snld,  ���'!WJth,tho regional bonrd jxilldlng tho  ItyHicfri, tho vlllago gotfl maintenance  provided, but It has nb control of the syfltom,  Arons outsldo of tho 0000 person capacity  system could also bo hooked up If tho regional  board so desires/' ho maid,  Watson Indicated tho earliest .sowor  construction will start Is lato In Uio yenr. to*  "���If  f I--  ��  V  ��.**  X  >���*  V  \  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  II     III   I I ' I I-      ��� | s I I  ���6y Mory Tinktey  n  U  DIANA^CUIW, daughter ofMrs. Ronnie   village church at Law, near Carluke,  Dunn of Redrooffs Road, exchanged   Scotland.   See   Halfmoon   Bay  Hap-  marriage vows with John McDonald of �� penings.  Motherwell, Scotland on July 15 at the  Free chest x-rays will be available to all  adult visitors to the Pacific National  Exhibition in Vancouver from August 16 to  September 1.  This service, made possible by the B.C.  Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal Society and the  Division of Tuberculosis Control of the  Department of Health,, has provided free  chest x-rays to more than a quarter of a  million;British Columbians since 197^and to  more than 4,000,000 since the beginning.of  Operation Doorstep mobile surveys;in 1943.  si.������^v&^t;''ift   '             "'   ���     ' y-f'r'"''"'': .  ;-\-a'm -r,r;.- ���.'.; ��� ��� '* '���, -  The mobile unit, a tractor-trailer, will be  located at the North side of the British  Columbia Pavilion and will be open daily  throughout the entire Exhibition period from  1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to  9:00 p;m.   _..,..  All x-raysVare read by Department of  Health Chest Specialists for emphysema,  tuberculosis, cancer and heart abnormalities.  Have your free chest x-ray at the Pacific  National Exhibition. It's a matter of life and  breath. ���������*'���'.  Members of the Welcome Beach Com-,  munity Association are reminded of the  annual general meeting to be held at the  Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday at 8 p.m.  Members are urged to attend and new  members will be welcome.  Mrs. Ronnie Dunn flew to Scotland in Juen  to be present at two special events in the life  of her daughter, Diana. On June 27, Diana  graduated from Dunfermline College,  Cramond, west of Edinburgh. On July 15, she  was married to John McDonald of Motherwell, in a pretty white wedding at the village  church at Law, nearl Carluke. The happy  couple flew back to B.C. with Mrs. Dunn and  are spending a month's honeymoon at her  home on the Redrooffs Road. They plan to fly  back to Scotland on August 24 to settle in the  groom's home town of Motherwell Where he is  works manager of his family's engineering  business. Diana will bfe teaching physical  education at a school at Wishaw*  While Mrs. Dunn was in Scotland, she was  entertained by two clubs of which she was  formerly a member. The Lanark Panto Club  made her an honorary member and the  Carluke Operatic Society entertained her  royally......... ,.,.....',,��� .,...,..*,..,...,.,  Being a teacher of Scottish country dancing, she went to the head office in Edinburgh  to get some books and was invited to sign the  overseas visitors' book. It was filled with  famous signatures, headed by those of H.M.  Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.  John Ellis drove his mother, Mrs. Alex  Ellis to Swift Current to attend the 94th birthday celebrations of her mother, Mrs. Louise  Bardahl. Mrs. Bardahl lives alone in an  apartment in Calgary and does her own  cooking and housekeeping. The birthday  celebrations were held at the family farm at  Swift Current which is now being run by her  son Ken, and where she and her late husband  homesteaded back in 1906. The occasion was  one for a grand family reunion attended by  between fifty and sixty members of the  family. Apart from Mrs. Bardahl's six  daughters and two sons, there were grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces,  nephews - and some of them had never met  - .-,.���.��� before...^i:,��.H .-*,, .i^.&;0iwSv,(��s,fefta:s,-.- ..,.  There was a 'come and go' tea attended by  about 100 people including many of Mrs.  Bardahl's old friends and neighbours. Around  50 members of the family planned a picnic at  Dieffenbaker Lake, but when it rained, the  ptenic took place in thei community hall.  The grand old lady enjoyed every minute  of it, and is she became tired she never  showed it. She was happy to have so many of  her family and old friends around her and  was delighted to receive a number of  telegrams of congratulations. She looked  beautiful and absolutely radiant, reports Mrs.  Ellis. ���'-��� .  Spending a two weeks' vacation.at the  home of Charlie Coatham on Frances Avenue  has been his old colleague from the C.P.R.,  Bob Butler. They enjoyed some pleasant  times, fishing together, but it was Mabel  Aikenhead who landed a 25 pound cod while  out with them one day. Coatham's granddaughter, Wendy Coatham and her friend  Joanne Padula of N. Burnaby have also been  visiting the Coatham home and enjoying the  new swimming pool.  Mrs. M. Davie and daughter Kathy made a  trip to Shuswap Lake recently to visit Mrs.  Davie's sister who is spending the summer in  a log cabin built by their parents out of boom  logs in 1921. WhenHIrs. Davie returned-home,  Kathy proceeded north to visit a friend at  Prince George.  P Bob and Lennie Petersen of Cedar Falls,  P  This is a new $25 million issue of British  Columbia Hydro and' Power Authority  iparity''''bondsr7''""'*'~"TO^^^^  The bonds, redeemable at any time,  will mature on September 1, 1980. Interest  is, a full 8Va% computed quarterly.  Because tl^is issue is designed particularly for individual investors, there is a  limit td the number of bonds sold to any,,  one person,  You are encouraged to make yotift purchase as soon as possible since this issue  is sold.on a first-come-first-served basis, ���   The bonds may be obtained from any  investment dealer, trust company, credit  union or.bank in British .Columbia.....  Iowa, returned to Redrooffs recently to  celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on  the spot where they spent their honeymoon.  They were guests of Lennie's cousins, the  Alan Jacques in the house which previously  belonged to her parents, Elizabeth Pearce*  and uie late Harold Pearco. Lennie. reports  that her mother is in good health and living  with her daughter, Peggy .Anderson in  Burnaby:  Another member of the Pearce family for  whom the return to Halfmoon Bay is always  nostahjic is Pennie Scarr, a daughter of the  late B.L. Pearce of Welcome Beach. She and  her husband Bob would very much like to  settle on the Sunshine Coast.  Mrs. Pat Ness had a visit from her  daughter Bev. Silvey of Powell River and her  family. When they left the bay, they headed  off for a trip into the Interior.  The successful bingo at the Welcome  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 13,1075  j % *J *  Beach Hall on August 6 was called by Bill  Fraser. The blackout winner was Mrs. Leona  Sanderson. Another very happy winner was  Irene Burrows, who is a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Jack Burrows.  There will be another Bingo on Wednesday, August 20 at the Welcome Beach Hall  at 7:30 p.m. and everybody is welcome.  If your heart  can't do the job  -   ^  who fills in  ,    ^QjS  fork? panTiapacnanB^  The Canadian povement lo, penonil fitness  The Federal Government's Local Initiatives  Program is all about ideas that help fight unemployment. Canada's Local Initiatives Program  has been praised by both the US. and Great  Britain, and has been adopted for use in Australia.  In short, it works. To keep it working, we  need your help.lf you've got a creative, original,  and innovative idea that will make jobs where  there were rib jobs before, drop by your Local  Canada Manpower Centre and pick up a  LLP. application form.  Your LLP program has up to $150,000 for  every approved municipal project and up to  $100,000for 'other���approved prbjectsr''''''''''''''"'"''"':''"'"  Want to turn that vacant lot Into a safe playground for the Kids? Or.make your old town  hall look like new again? Tell us about it. But do it  now. All applications must be in no later than  September.12,1975. The ideas you have this sum-,  mer could create a Lot of jobs this winter. And  that's the best idea of all    Manpower  and Immigration  Robert Andrei, Minister  Jflain-dteuvre  et Immigration  Robert Andres, ministr*  Applications available now.  See your Local Canada Manpower Centre.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  wl   km  Pursuant to soctlon 703 of tho Municipal Act,  public hoarlng* will bo hold as follows to consider By-law No. 96, a land use regulation by-law  to roplace Sunshlno Coast Regional District  Zoning By-law 35, 1970. All thoso who doom  thoir Interest and proporty offset by tho  proposed by-law shall bo afforded an opportunity to bo hoard on mattors contained In  tho by-law.  A. Intent of By-Law 96  To simplify, standardize and update tho existing regulations regarding the use of  land, Including tho location and use of building, within Eloctoral Areas A, B, C, D,  E and F of tho Sunshlno Coast Roglonal District, and  To adjust zona boundaries, whoro necessary, to remove certain Inconsistencies  within tho present zoning map, Including thoso causod by tho Land Commission  Be  ELECTORAL AREA  fmwmm*mm,��^mmmimmmmmmmt\m** mmwmmmmmm^  B, C andD  Eand F  A  PATE  ������"' "���"���"��� *  Aug. 23,1975,1:30 p.m.  Aug. 24, 1975.1:30 p,m.  Aug. 24,1975, 7:30 p.m.  LOCATION  m  i  Regional District Offices,  1238 Wharf St., Sechelt  Langdale Elomontary School  Johnsons Road, Langdale  Madeira Park Community Hall  Take notice that section A above Is a synopsis of        Inspected at the Regional District Offices, 1230  By-law 96, "and Is not deemed to be c��n  ln��"���" Wharf St., Socholt, during offIcei K^^  terprotatlon of this by-law. By-law 96 may be        Monday to Friday, 0:30 a.m. to 4,00 p.m.  Sunshine Coast, Regional District  Box BOO  Secholf* B.C, VON 3A0  005-2261  Irs. A. G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  * i  ���MM  i ��?  r  i��  >   .>  /'      ^  O  'V/.   \ <J  \  ^*f  '. i '     \ -\ <  i.        / ���  ��/  -^*��T I  ' -V"i. I  fc-ns" 1  "���V. j  -7*  ��� *    -<    I  ��� S   < K'< '  -  i  \  t -   (���  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, August 13,1075  ���j .���.���:   MORE ABOUT...  �� Oil proposal gets support  ���From Page A-l  dividually with the oil companies.  Basil Grant, an engineer with Associated  Engineering, said the capacity of the  proppsed terminal is designed to look after  volume increases until 1986.  He said details such as the cross-mixing of,  different companies products when pumping  from the wharf at Trail Bay to the tanks, and  the pumping capacity needed to unload  barges would be discussed with the oil  companies.  The proposal is now back in the band's  hands and there is no reason for another  meeting until the oil companies are approached, said Hoemberg.  O  1 '     v  l'\.  **  - y  S\\  . I a.     1  : \ ��� VI '  it,  \       '     *  * ��' - '��  ' . " "ai*     j\.a-��-"V,-a�� r   + \ - ,  ��� * It -a -a -��     J IS ' *  si ^   a >   I     ,-  n  ���.   '    ���'-%       -  ���a. fa  .,��^S-)a-fc-.  *ai���i��  .-#���  wMg^i  * ���  EXECUTING a technique known as  mae-geri,Sabu of the B.C. Branch of the  National Karate Association (Mves&his  foot through two inches of solid wood.  Demonstration was part of a performance put on by five black belts from  the association under the Sensei  Hidetada Narumi of Vancouver. Black  t belts demonstrated . basic karate  techniques, self defense techniques and  breaking of boards using elbows, feet  arid fists. ��� Timesphoto  By ROBERT FOXALL  Did you hear some hearty purring coming  from our Sechelt Senior Citizens Association  Hall last Sunday August 3. That was approximately one hundred seniors expressing  their thanks to the Lions Club of Sechelt for  the excellent sea-food luncheon they had  served us. Originally planned for the Big  Maples Court, the monring'was so glopmy  and threatening that it did not take long to  move the picnic back to our hall after the  decision to play it safe had been made.  In no time ttie tables and chairs were on  their way back and shortly after they had  been put in place the food well wrapped in foil  began to arrive for the cooks had remauised on  the job tending '"their barbecues iat the  ���Maples' an a pony express type of delivery  inaugurated.  As is usual.with the Lions the menu was  excellent and the cookin superb. Steamed  clams, fried oysters, baked salmon and cod  with baked potatoes and for dessert, fruit  Recycl�� thi�� ^��w@pap@rl  salad with copious pots of coffee and tea. It  could not have been equalled by. the foremost  ���Cordon Bleu' Chef from Paris. In thanking  the Lions, Vice Pres. Bob foxall, substituting  for Pres. Emery suggested that in view of the  many excellent picnics the Lions had  prepared for the Seniors oyer the years.they  should be called not the Lions Club but instead'The Lions Pride of Sechelt.'  After a period of n^ic and staging tte  picnic slowly broke tip with every one so  replete that none needed to rush home to  prepare dinner. Three more hearty purrs for  Sechelts' Lions. I am glad to be able to report  that Pres. Emery was well enough to be able  to help a group of men to paint new identification numbers oh our chairs arid tables on  Thursday afternoon.  So far there has been no response to the  appeal to members to advise the Social  Committee about their contributions to the  pot-luck luncheon to be held August..22 to  greet the bus-load of seniors coming from  'Surrey. Please co-operate and advise one of  the ladies listed last week so that proper  preparations may be made. It's your lun-  choen too.  While steering the regional board away'  from cats-eye reflectors for the highway,  Graham Lea has promised to look at other  possibilities for keeping cars out of the ditches on the Sunshine Coast.  In a letter to the regional board, Highways  Minister Lea said, "On two-lane highways  with winding alignments in coastal ar^s  there ,are Jother methods also of guiding  traffic; during the rain*that could be just ias  effective as the installation of cats-eye  reflectors."  The letter said, "For two-lane highways,  such as Highway 101 which has frequent, an ,  increase in the standard delineators can be  quite effective.r The department will investigate the possibility of increasing the  delineation of this highway and will also look  into the possibility of expanding the use of  thermoplastic centreline... Thermoplastic  centreline is a heavier, more durable and  lasting application and is more readily visible  under wet pavement conditions."  The board has been pushing for the installation of the reflectors during highway  repaying. , - -.���>.... s '  Transport Canada may consider repairing  the Halfmoon Bay wharf and.float in 1976 or  *77.  In a letter to the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, C.E. Brooks* Western regional administrator for wharves and harbours, said,  "We have been informed by the Vancouver  office of the Department of Public Works of.  Canada that budgetary restrictions by  Treasury Board have made it impossible to  carry out any improvements to the government wharf and float, Halfmoon Bay, in the  1975-76 fiscal year, however, the project will  be considered for the 1976-77 programme;"  The letter brought chuckles from the  regional board.        . '  The advanced state of disrepair of the  wharf caused it to be brought to the attention  of the regional board recently.  The letter w.as filed.  QUICK ACTION by Sechelt's firemen   flames jumped an outdoor incinerator  had a grass fire on the Indian Reserve, last Tuesday. *  under control: The fire .started when  o  W?Complaints by villa^T^idehte:over the  noise and dust created by trail motorcycles  on the Hydro right of way has stimulated the  village into seeking the establishment of a  noise by-law. .     .  Mayor Harold Nelson said the problem  with such by-laws is how to enforce them.  Council will write the town of Williams  Lake and request a copy of its noise by-law  before proceeding.  Pender Harbour's Hospital Auxiliary held  its Fishing Derby August 2 and 3, and as usual  it was a "fun" do, and a local accomplishment.  The first day, two of the salmon were  donated, by Stu Douglas and Ken Child, a  total of 29 lbs. They were scaled, cleaned and  chilled by husbands and delivered by Mrs.  Jean Prest to St. Mary's on Sunday, August 3  in time for supper.  Over 300 entries weighed in 490, pounds of  salmon, .(th^^pountler; everiuially placed  third so, a prize fish wentto the patients.)  The wharf at Irvines Landing was manned, "ladied?" by Mrs. Ruth Nield, Irene  Temple; Jessie Pritehard, Virginia Finding,  Jean Prest, Marge Rankin (with Alex!) and  Mary Alexander, with Lyle. That was  Saturday, the busy one. Then Sunday, Jean  Paterson, Ruth Nield, Sally Robinson, Jean  Whittaker, Evelyn Olsen, Joy Philp, Edna  Johnson,with Claus, Pat Fraser with Jim,,  Ruth Nield.  Winners ��� Dave Nuttall, largest cod (12  lbs); Jack Rockandel, Garden Bay Resort - 22  and one half pound salmon; Mike Michalson,  Fisherman's Resort - 21 lb. salmon; Stu  Douglas, Lagoon Road -20 lb. salmon. Hidden  weights - Floatation Jacket, Dave Dobrindt;  Imperial Products - Brent Parker; Fish Net -  Bill Williamson; $10 Groceries - Ole Westby.  Draw Prizes, $15 Groceries -Bo Bradford; $10  Groceries - Roy Warnock; Tumblers - Andy  Tapio.  Breezes, a threat of showers, a few wasps -  nothing deterred the ladies from their two-  hour stints on wharf duty. It's the most interesting part of the summer to many, seeing  the people in those boats who catch the fish in  local waters. The annual derby, of the  Hospital Auxiliary at Pender Hartoiff wa��  fun for all, again!  The Ladies wish to thank all - the donors of  time, prizes and the participants.  The patients at St. Mary's Hospital rest a  little easier, thanks to the Annual Fishing  ��� Derby.-��� -���.--;~." .���-��� ��� -��� ������������������--..-...^   They elected him to office -- anything to  get him" out of town.   ,.  mf^im�� muttm*  1  '.    -     *,'.'- ,*  ���a-/     "  ,"',:   >.r-  t      ���*       *  i.ly.1,"'^  SAVEYOOR THE AND MONEY! PAINT  WITH THE BEST. ���. MONAMEL BREEZE  AND GENERAL' PAINT.  INTERIOR ��� ENAMEL' UNDERCOAT ��� PRIMER SEALER ���  ALKYD SEMI-QLOSS ��� ALKYD  EGGSHELL ��� VELVET ALKYD  FLAT ��� LATEX SEMI-GLOSS ���  LATEX EGGSHELL  EXTERIOR ��� PRIMER ��� PORCH &  FLOOR ��� HOUSE & TRIM GLOSS  ��� LATEX FLAT ��� LATEX GLOSS  n  n  (S^L  o om sell y��y' carpet t��clay f��? 40% less  than t$e ��^"W y% w����b^ sm��t^  @ UDETQCB  Si Y,  It's hard to believe. While everything else has been zooming  upwanl, carpet is a better value today than 25 years ago.  In 25 years, wholesale prices on new cars went up 47% and  all other general commodities went up 65% .,  while carpet dropped by 40%.  i........  QUART $3.89  CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF CUSTOM COLOURS,  DEEP AND ACCENT COLOURS SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRICED.  V.  Look to  Gibsons Building Supplies  Gibsons 886-2642  FOR ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS  QPW3  ��WE WAVE OVER 3r000 YAitHS HOW 119 STOCK  ADDITIONAL SAVINGS AVAILABLE ON REM3ANTS  ��PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION AVAILABLE  I 9 _ I  SAXONY PLUSHES  Or ono*, Bronx*, R��d  95  sqTyd.  KITCHEN CARPETS  ��>^sUW--��aa*a>a����>aiW<iartk>aiali ��gf.���� *>sW.aaa��  Croon, Orono*. Rod, Gold    T    SQi YU.  , ��� >     ���  LOOP PILE  Foam Dock  Or����n, Gold, Blow   '  50  sq. yd.  SCULPTURED SHAG  Dlu��,  Croon, Gold,     ���� aar  nrown    Tono. *&S      Sqn yd.  mpftmrnmiP^ifm 9$\*mfU)Wmi.m &nmm>f*mm**  m*"0^  fflULf  ct^ ^TOnr��rT3i'  m  s  Serving the Entire Simsn/ne Coast  SHOWROOi HOURS  ~Jft~Siiti^^  fflext to Benner Furniture Seclielt  Phosia: 885-2922   - -    -  or Vancouvor Contract and Warehouio Salo* 291-0353 or 005-2922 COLLECT  \  i^im-mimmm ������pifw wnwi^��� iih^i>wkwh>ih mvtm&ipmmtmrr*m  +*        r      i  0  miMmim*mf*i*mmwtm^i. ,  ���H ���,.*���  . -"  ���s?  <.,  "1  ��/"-  ���a.���-  '   s-Lt\ ���>       '     '     " ,.'V- ,.  "���   Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  w   ��  a-    1 ,'  /  -a.1 A,    1  . a,   ��  * 1 ���  -��.  Wednesday, August 13,1975  *   ?  V  V,  //  J A  /  *fy  if  V  \  ,i  t  i f  aj;-p-.fy^.-. ;;v ���.���������?:'  -.'      * ,���"    '��� ..* V.   'J  'a J.' ...a      /aa. j,t       .',      ^, S  *  .    *&��.   '   -.a*'  IV" a"   -. -���  .-���' .,;,-.���.-.���:.<; .- ,."  -a1''     .'    " * * "jf J--    s-    V  ��� ,v"--.c��-'- Vi*'.-.*-.    ,  ��� v*."-* ���;���.>������', ���  a.'-.   .i^V'   ���.���,". 'S  i/:^''tV��;--'-������"--*?���'-  ���\'tv ^TaT-*1"*'"'-*  i* *    -.;* .* -y*   �� J '*   "��� '  . ���    J- T' <_"- V -'��  ? J* ���  -V    sa��. - ^a^Jaa^*k.  ,<   ���*-���:��' ����  "a ,* -"'  -f  ��� ^^ijp  V '^"^y^rr^-mv*"^  -..<,���  .^  TTi' '"   ~"  ��� ���'   ."> * "-�� ,��� ��� 'V    : 'vs. -V.:..-. ��������� -���-.' .'���  jC-vr&^rijrp-'^'' .<"���-*,��� --���'  "if - .-  GALLONS OF GOOD clean fun provided   the fresh water verson of rollerball.   Roberts Creek eventually won the war of  oceans of entertainment for the crowd    Here Roberts Creek, on the left, take it   hoses.    ,  who dared venture a little too close to   on the face as they charge in for a score.  -*i'J-.'  '���A  *    ��� i.  'V, a"      r'^__t       a    '  P<'-P'^\  > ,a��-   -  ������-���   -.        . jT        a  ���p. vi",' ���.������.:->^.,*^.-vjr.tVij-.'.;-<v��->." J ��� .  ,   . -J   .-"������":������Afws\-*"-j-.^.!j;_^:��.-^,/..  ;.va.     tiV-.,.a(f>'a;  M*-**Waa.    a���M-    ^  ���. -a-rfaLv.t-A  ������ Timesphoto  TT���  ^'  L_j.  t* t  P,Sf  I  I  �����        ���       �� ���  ��� -av  Je**   ir     *>  f  I   "1  ��� ���kS.  ft  JZ. v  >  *- .s  1  'I  V    I  *  J  >*,  L  "."1  .-���]  f :i  t  f  'at,'-  JTv ���  ^w V  iV  <    /  FIRST PLACE in the sabot race went to  Mike Fyles.     .  ���^  ;  CONCENTRATING ON catching the fish that might win him the Cavalcade  Fishing Derby.  r_*!>  a V jV���1  a-"       ���  ���ha      *      >-aa>  DRIFTWOOD    PLAYERS    presented   Velveteen Rabbit for youngsters of all  ages.  ������**-**���     ^M-mJ  y  Pi  /  V.  Q-  VANCOUVER ��� A Sechelt man %as  among seven people charged with conspiracy  to traffic in heroin last week in-Vancouver.  . Vancouver police said Andre Hanko, 52, of  Sechelt was charged with conspiracy to  traffic in heroin between July 6 and August 1.  He was charged along with Kenneth  The current ICBC dispute has caused a   Smith, 34, Jarmila Horak, 29, Mirslav Lanka,  serious disruption of the annual mini'auto-   26 and Jan Joseph Pieter, 23, all'of Van-  licence tag campaign of the Tuberculous and   couver; Frank Edward McDonnell 32, of  Chest Disabled Veterans Association. Burnaby and Donald Edward Burton, 38, of  TB Vet general manager John Griffiths Po^C^uitlam.  explained that flow of licence data which ���e+ !fven, were charged after police  ������_���,,' ���������,��� e���n��� Toon u ^ j conducted early morning raids ui Vancouver  "��^*;P��mlf ifi^JW^$m��^ last week.* An RCMP Ipokesman said the  and,as,ar^puVtfiey^are unabletomoye raids were the result of weeks of intensive  more than $10,000 worth of tags and materials undercover investigation,  to motorists who have not yet received their Police said one of the accused was  niini-tags. arrested m the same West End apartment  The tags, used on key-chains, enable the    block where two pounds of cocaine and seven  TB vets to trace the owners' of lost keys -1    pounds of marijuana was seized a day earlier.  The seven were last reported in custody  awaiting bail.  -4  more th-an 75,000 of them since the program's  inception 19 years ago.   f '  Motorists desiring their tags axe. asked to  write to the TB Vets; including their licence  numbers and return addresses, at 530 West  Broadway, Vancouver, V5Z 1E9.  Proceeds of the province-wide campaign,  which provides employment for handicapped  veterans, are used for scholarships and  rocarch into respiratory diseases.  /  G&E PLUMBING  and HEATING  I" Plumbing, heating & sewers  1 Repairs and Installations  i All work guaranteed  8867638  J^���V  ;&:^C* >'r9^P^��i^&&  ^t.tiii.'-. Ji   a_a4.ja.u^ t��-.i~. .n...^C.r!?a_^aa.1^aid>^a.i_Abd^<Jsv.H ���sa.a.ar.-H'>..llhJlW.a'-.**-*���s-*f-;"i  l   Sf    ���   V "J  Ht^��M^^'WWtt)M��ti>iiWi^'^w^^  A MAN wrapped up In hla work.  ARMED FORCES Argus haa a quick   allowing tho outdoor theatre in the  look for submarines In Gibsons Harbour;" foreground to start its production,""  Finding none it-turned tail nnd left  rifis quick cures  only '.lighten poeketbooks  If Sunshlno Coiust rosldonts ��ro detei>, other thlnRfi, have only ono result ��� tho  Elncd to try magnetism to trent nrthrltia, tho poraori ends up wlUi n IlKhtcr pookotbook, If  ,nn<ll��n Arthrltl.innd nhcumntLim Socloty thoy whnt to try tho mngnctfl, buy tho Iwinl-  Iwa n cheaper ldc�� tlinn Uio one offered wnro ��toro kind. It can't hurt,"  through the mail. She then reconsidered that (Statement.  ' Uiflt week resident received canto In "Woll, nctunlly It cnn hurt. People who try  theirjnQllj��?cfl..ou*crlng magnetic brncolcts ��� tlilnga like thla oCtcn put.off, getting,real.,  . nnd inngnct����H relief for nrthrltls, hqndnchoB mcdlcnl help nnd the problom ndvnncen  and crnmps. The mngnota were offered for before there Is real help,"  p.03 or five pnymont^ of |7 pnch, Mnrkctlng nil types of nrthrltls curca nnd  "If people wnnt to try magnets to relievo relief,1, Ih big business In North America,  pain,"  snld  Mildred  .Jeffrey,  public  In- "I-nstyenrltwuHcatlmntcdtlmtpcoplolntho  * forninllon director^  they go down to n hnnlwnrc store and 'buy a Joftroy snld. Cnnndlnn"flgurfifl' nro propor-  magnet for 70 cents, Our testa hnvo Bhown tlonn,!.  thnt they nro tho snmo mnRnotfl," "Itycry person with nrthrltls Is a potential  M.i. Jeffrey hnd llttlo po?,IUvo to say nbout customer for theso people. If thoro was n euro  tho mngnctfl. for nrthrltls, wo would bo vory happy peoploj  "Wo havo found thnt thoy, llko so mnny but there Isn't,"  \J  (mm mm  No, not horo. At hit placo.,  Hq just placed a nlco ad In tho peninsula Tlmoa  Inviting you to como by. Now ho'a waiting. But ho  haa a problom, Ho won't rocognlzd you whon you  como In. Toll him you saw hU ad In tho Peninsula  Tlmos, Ho'll wolcomo your saying so, And ho'll  know how to got In touch with you tho next tlmo,  PENINSULA TIMES ADVERTISERS.  NICE PEOPLE TO BUY FROM.  J  >  *        a 't f1 Howe Soundings...  The Peninsula Times PageA-5  Wednesday, August 13,1975  r-^JS^e  ������    '   --a.  n  r  \\  *\  ��.-  ir  By MARGARET JONES ,  ��� Auntie Val Maru is no more; the gallant  old lady blew up in the water on Friday  evening, with a blast that resounded up and  down Howe Sound. In the village, windows  shook; on the wharf,-- people gasped. All the  eyes were on Auntie as she flew apart at the  seams. One minute she was sitting serenely  on the water, as idle as a painted ship, the  next minute her timbers shivered and she  went to pieces. The people of Gibsons watched silently as the explosions shattered the  frame of the doughty old dame, reducing her  to a few pieces of very wet kindling.  It was Auntie's last fling. Yet, even as she  went up in a cloud of smoke, she performed  one last magnificent act - a fitting climax to a  lifetime of service toman. Her destruction  signalled the opening of the Sixth, Annual  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade.  She died with her pirates off. No hands  were on board when the splinters rose  skywards, to settle on water rippling in ever-  widening circles. Onlookers who arrived late  at the wharf and saw no sign of pirates  leaving the doomed ship, had a few bad  moments until they realized that part of the  drama had already been enacted. Surely.  Auntie Val Maru was a former power  seiner, 24 feet long, with an eight foot beam.  She came to Gibsons from the Celtic  .Shipyards in Vancouver, compliments of  Mrs.* Wilson. Rescued from the scrap-yard  .where she faced an ignominous end, she fell  into the hands of a local, but famous, naval  architect. BUI McGovern and accomplice  Dick Blakeman have built a boat for Sea  Cavalcade every year for six years. Con-  , version of this year's pirate ship took about a  week which the two men spent rebuilding the  bow, building the aft deck-house, stepping a  30 foot mast and rigging two sails. A six-  horsepower outboard motor, (removed from  the boat before destruction, a crew of  villanous Cavalcade Pirates, and the fan;  tastic ship was ready for the big fun-raising  event that draws crowds of people to the  wharf every year.  The four mine-sweepers stood by, joining  in the water-battles; people screamed,  ducked and ran as mariners' hoses soaked  their victims on land and sea. The  celebrations had started. They continued at  dances on the wharf and at the Legion, and at  the Kinsmen's Beer Garden. Athletic  Association ran an all-night concession on the  wharf, while the Kinettes dispensed burgers,  baron of beef, pop and coffee at the Kin Hut at  Dougal Park. Four 20 pound barons of beef  were cooked by the Kinettes, and rendered  manageable by a slicing device graciously  loaned by SupervValu. Last year, the  Kinettes catered to 6Ver4()0 people; whU6 the  Kinsmen hosted about 1,000 in the Beer  Gardens.  Saturday's Parade was a triumphant  procession and must rank as one of the best.  For on-lookers there was suspense and ex-  dtementin the various objects coming from  the floats, water, candies, leaflets and pennies. On the floats, they looked as if they were  enjoying themselves, which is what it's all  about.  For us, one thing would have made it  perfect - a .skirl o' the pipes!  Last week's report of the Queen's Pageant  gave the impression that all the dancers were  students of the Gibson's School of Theatre  Dance. Valerie . Kettle attends Betty  McHardys School of Dancing in Burnaby;  anciKJune Mandelkau is a student of the  Elizabeth Johnson School of Dance, Richmond.  ��� -������".  a>w*a>a UL ,,Jj  .   -'������':,  ���V  t��ty-\��^"����+>f f**r*-i{*  *���>    a'��     ���*.*/    %t��-s**��-**��J.}i''-|,*(*^,'*jl*��  ****$ **-'���.  t  *<��**    Ti*  I *.*  v  SECHELT ��� Sechelt village council  passed a motion last Wednesday to form a  traffic advisory committee to help cope with  the increased traffic and parking problems in  the village.  The committee will include representatives of council, the RCMP, Sechelt  Chjamber of Commerce, the Highways'  department and Public Works. It will act as  an advisory-group to council.  Council formed this committee on a  recommendation made by a meeting of  RCMP, CouncU, Chamber of Commerce, and  others which had been called to discuss the  parking problems between the new post office  and the liquor store on Inlet Avenue.  Council thought "tlie advisory committee  important to anticipate future traffic flow  in light of the proposed highway construction  near the power line.  Other recommendations that council acted  upon include no parking 20 feet either side of  ~the front of the liquor store, no parking in  front of the prist;office:and a centre line for  Inlet Avenue., The Department of PubUc  Works wiU also place entrance and exit signs  to the Post Office parking lot.  Council  also  discussed  the   problems  created by left hand 'turners' off Cowrie  Street into both the Red and White and the  Shop Easy parking lots. CouncU rejected the  idea of a median strip in front of the entrance  to the.Red and White parking lot.  Mayor Harold Nelson said if people would  use their heads and plan where they go so as  to avoid'left turns a lot of these problems  would clear up.  Alderman Norm Watson suggested a left  hand turn lane for those turning off Cowrie  onto Trail. Watson also suggested the  ticketing of traffic and parking violators by  the RCMP would solve some of the village's  problems.  "People Usten after they have been pinched," he said.  Government of the Province of  British Columbia  ,(*���  >\  t v  1 I  )l\\ t  '<\iJV  ljsi.tr1  TOM  I 1  \  mi  'TO  PP   (  .tyVtu't, |.  iipfj  i'  \u  1a|,'t  I     \  MX  I I 1,1 ,\ - '    M  fl     i       it  iy<' ��� wi  "/.  n  V      <H  ,       *   s,        ^       ��     '       t  WITH A CLOUD of dust nnd a hearty  'Long John Silver I' the pirate* ship  Auntio Val Maru bites tho dust. The 2-1  foot former seiner was converted for the  big Sea Cavalcade blow-up Friday night,  After somo piracy nnd related acts, tho  crew of tho Auntio Val Maru wcro  taken off tho ship nnd it was blown to  smithereens in front of a huge crowd on  tho wharf and along Marino Avenue In  Gibsons. The explosion was Gibsons'  way of tolling tho world Son Cavalcade  had arrived.  i  m s^WWWWWWWWWWWW^IllW mm, mm ��� WIM ��  Active:  Jtfi the.only way:  to be, patmapacrtonl^  Peter Garnett, 35-yc-ar-old Sechelt  resident, was fined MOO for possession of  cannlbls In Sechelt provincial court last week.  This offenso, which occurred Juno 21, was  his first.  WUHam Peterson of Gibsons received a  conditional discharge for six months after he  pleaded guilty to being In possession of  cannlbls on July 19,  The court was told tho police found three  marijuana plants In his green house,  Peterson told the court he has never sold  or given grass to anyone nnd that he hardly  smokes It himself.  "It was moro of a stupid experiment", ho  snld.  WUHam Peters was fined $25 for allowing  swine to run at large in Madeira Pnrk on Mny  Although the three people who have been  bitten by rabbid bats in the past three weeks  have been on Vancouver Island, health  authorities here have warned rabid bats  could also be found on the Sunshine Coast.  In a telephone interview from PoweU  River Dr. Bruce Laing, head of the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, .said bats on the  Sunshine Coast could bo similarly affected to  bats on the Island.  "We are directly across from the area of  tho Island where rabid bats havo been found  so there is a possibility of ba,ts hero contacting the disease."  Bats usually rest In dark places during  daylight hours and normally a human could  not got anywhere near them,  Laing warns that children aro apt to pick  up sick nnimaTs ond tliat la doing so thoy  could bo bitten.  Any bat that Is found In the sun, on the  ground or allows Itself to bo approached Is  likely 111 and could have rabies, said Lnlng,  "Such bats should not be touched."  Anyone who Is bitten or scratched by a bat  should Immediately contact the nearest  medical facility,  If rabies la contacted a series of immunisation shots, must bo ^undergone, said  laing, "Rubles Is fatal If not treated."  A person must obtain a permit from tho Department of Highways before he  candoany of tho following things on a provincial highway:  * CONSTRUCT A BUILDING CLOSER THAN 25 FEET TO A RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUNDARY.  * CONSTRUCT A DRIVEWAY WITHIN THE RiGHT-OF-WAY.  * CONSTRUCT A UTILITY WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY,'  * PUT UP A MAIL BOX WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY.  * CONSTRUCT A PARKING AREA WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY.  * PLACE ANY SIGN WITHIN THE RIGHJrOFrWAY. '  * INSTALL ANY GATE OR FENCE ACR6SS PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY.  * CONNECT A PRIVATE DRAINAGE SYSTEM INTO A HIGHWAY OR STREET SYSTEM.  * PUT UP A SIGN OR BILLBOARD ON PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PROPERTY WITHIN 1000 FEET  OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY IN UNORGANIZED TERRITORY.  Person wishing fo do any of these things are strongly urged to apply for  permits before Committing themselves to the work as permits may bo refused In  somo cases or plans modified in others.  There aro other regulations, prohibiting such things as tracking mud on the  roadway or dumping refuse or litter on the right-of-way.  <&  ALL STUDENTS NEW TO ELPHINSTON  SECONDARY SCHOOL AREA  Counsellors will baavallabjo for registration on tho  following dates botwoon tho hours of 9s30 . 12n00 and 1.00 ��  3��30 p.m. on  THURSDAY, AUGUST St lit, and  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27th. *  '        If any students who attondod Elphlnstono Secondary School  "durlno^197475"wl8h"fd"'dlBcua'B"~fho|r pooTd7Ilmo"'wltl^''',  counsolloro thoy should also attond on ono of thoso days.  Provincial Hfghways aro any public roads or stroot* In unorganliod territory,  that Is, areas outsldo municipal boundaries, and certain designated roads and  stroots within organlxod municipalities. ������ ���������������������  Proporty ownors In unorganized areas aro advlsod that subdivisions of land  require tho approval of a Department of Highways Approving Officer, Salo  agroemonts*sliQuld not-be entered Into unless; the property ownor is soiling a  whole parcol of land. ' P'  I'Iokm, In jirnr |*nn ym�� know hVl r*filn,  This notice Is a limited summary Intondod only for Information  purposes, Lack of commont on any particular practice or activity Involving provincial highways does not nocossarlly moan It Is  nocossarlly lawful or unrogulatod,  Porsons requiring moro dotall about matters mentionedhoro,  or. In-,  formation oinbllio should contact thoir noaros't Department of  Highways District Offlco.  L  o  w$m$  SB  I  I  SAVINGS  UP TO  I  �� 10RE!  �� Jackets olints HURRY DOWN WHILE  ��double knits      ��sliirts OUR -SUMMER-SALE  oswim wear       ��casual slacks IS STILL UHPERWAYl  \  "*n PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 13,1975   >-5^>         The PENINSULA^Wfid.  Don Morberg. Managing Editor  rmtm  9*  ^S9  Letter on' fluoridation  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian of  evejy  other right  that free  men prize."  .��� Winston Churchill  0  ��  macciiracies  The definition, according to someone,  of a Canadian political cartoon is a  drawing of a beaver rQlling its shirt,  sleeves up. ���"]  Beavers, when they are not causing  stains on Allan Maitland's suit or being  stolen by New York State, were the  favorite topic of cartoonists in' Canada.  However, if you want to find yourself  represented in a cartoon this year - you  have to be a shark.  Since the book and movie Jaws  started nibbling at consumers pocket-  book, that prehistoric eating machine  has become the symbol of irrational and-  or uncontrolled menace.  Communicsm is depicted as a shark  attacking a struggling western world.  tf.S. Congress is depicted as a. toothless  . shark.;, gumming, on; U.S. i President  G^ald Ford. Hugh,Hefner's t^  cutting costs in the bunny empire, is  known as .Jaws.  Personally we are sick and tired of  shark explbit-ation. Perhaps a shark  liberation movement is in order complete with a battery of public relations  personnel to help sharks clean up their  besmirched public image. Pickets would  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� We would like to submit a delayed  response to the letter to the'teditor concerning  fluoridation of water supplies, submitted by  H.S. Thuiller. Apparently, this person's letter  appeared in newspapers throughout the  province, and so merits a carefully researched rebuttal.  The letter contains the statement "Sodium  fluoride can no longer be added to the water  for the alleged purpose of reducing dental  decay, but really for the purpose of disposing  of a poisonous substance at a profit."  We feel that this inaccurate remark needs  some comment, j  First, the 'alleged' purpose of reducing  dental deejay is riot alleged, it is a7 clearly  proven  fact.  The research' on  the  ef-  be hired to., carry signs stating:, "This   fectiveness of fluoride vt} drinking water for  Movie Exploits Sharks" around movie  theatres where -Jaws' is playingi  That would show those shark exploiters that they have bitten off more  than they can chew.  attitudes  the redaction of dental decay has been going  oii for the last-forty yearsrand in all areas  where fluoride is pr-3serit in* the drinking  water supply naturally, or has been added,  the reduction in dental decay is measurable  and is certainly in the order of 50 per cent.  Second* sodium fluroide is undoubtedly  poisonous. So is table salt. So is oxygen. So is  water if taken in large quantites. The amount  of fluroide added to water supplies is about  one,part per million and this level is totally  safe.  Third, England is not the only country in  Europe to fluoridate their water. Furthermore, the Safe Water Act in the U.S. is  not as sweeping as stated in the letter, and  does not forbid the addition of sodium fluoride  to public drinking water. We will quote, in  part, from a memo of the U.S. Department of  Health, Education and Welfare, dated July  1975, which is entitled "Misrepresentation of  the 'Safe Water Drinking Act' ", as follows:  "The purpose of this law is 'to assure that  water supply systems serving the public meet  minimum national standards for protection of  public health.' One of the requirements of the  law is ��� to prescribe a maximum level for  contaminants which may have an adverse  effect on the health of persons.  "The following statement, which has been  misinterpreted by some ., opponents of  fluoridation as a basis for banning  fluoridation, is contained in<the law: 'No*  national primary drinking water regulation  may require the addition of any substance for  preventive health care purposes unrelated to  contamination of drinking water.'  "However, the report clearly indicates  that there is no intention to ban the proven  piibiie^health measure of fluoridation.  "This, EPA (Environmental Protection  Agency) would not require the addition of  fluorides ��� nor ��� prevent the addition of  fluorides ���up to the maximum amount  allowable," the memo states.  The philosophical point as to whether or  not citizens should have medication added to  their water supplies can be debated ad infinitum and is a personal judgment suffice to  say that ill-informed and malicious asides  such as your correspondent's don't help  people to make the judgment a rational one.  Dr. T.C.Webb  Dr. Lome D. Barman  The Dental Centre  Sechelt, B.C.  QOOOO  OUR ANCESTORS  ii'um.l.i,'ffi.ii)w  wmiMw.  MES^fe)  i<s��*,?tM--#&&  awfflWBa  And someday some fanatic will be demanding  a five-day week!"  Attitudes are interesting phenomena,  especially when they conflict with good plain  common sense.  But what is an attitude? How does a bad  attittude perpetuate?  There seems to. be two elements that '  comprise one. They are thought and feeling,  or if you like fact and emotion. An attitude  would be something consisting of strong  feeling that is usually based on some fact or  facts.  Attitudes usually will motivate the people  to action, whether it be verbal or physical,  when the right set of circumstances presents  itself.  There are good attitudes and rotten attitudes, and to tell the difference is easy. Bad  attitudes consist of strong emotion mat is  based on misinterpreted or false fact. Good -  ones have the facts straight and have some  rational perspective.  One could probably make a case for the  fact that all attitudes are bad. But it seems to  be an element of human nature all have to  live with. Anyone who claims to be perfectly  objective (including journalists) is likely a bit  misguided. Everybody holds attitudes  towards one thing or another.  One characteristic of a bad attitude has  already been mentioned. A simply rotten  attitude is one consisting totally of some  ingrained emotion that is rationalized by a  search for facts to support and feed this  strong feeling. Racism slides nicely into this  category of attitude. The nose is turned up or  tuned out to the good points of a race and the  bad are dwelt upon. Such people usually like,  and are comfortable with, their strong feeling  against something.  It is only important to remember the more  undesirable attitudes are usually based on  Incorrect or incomplete facts and that this is'  coupled with emotion that is generally strong  enough to move people to voice an opinion or  even Swing a big stick, (To look for correct  facts makes them uncomfortable with their  feelings. Feelings, most of them irrational  because they are based on false fact; perpetuate bad attitudes.)  Since arriving In Sechelt, the strongest  attitude I have hoard Is directed towards  retailers and their prices. Many pf tho  opinionated havo facts that are hard to dispel.  But another attitude is beginning to filter out  onto the streets and it is being piished by  questionable facts -. if not solely by some reawakened emotion.'  Not only do most people hold an opinion on  prices but also on the bulk gas nnd oil storage  facilities the Socholt Indian Band has  proposed to build on Indian reserve land. Tho  facility would servo tho whole const, from  Port Mollon to Egmont Six small storage  facilities,could bo eliminated.  It's tho old "if wo put nil our eggs In ono  basket wo aro going to bo sorry" routine.  Now, Is that a statement emerging from  Indlsputablo fact or Is It a statement that  reflects on attitude against tholndlnn that  mny or may not bo supported by somo fact,  Unquestionably, tho latter.  A fow of the'arguments picked up on tho  street. The Indlnn Bnnd government Is stable  now, but wlint nbout tho futuro -a militant  leadership may cut off gas to tho Peninsula  (How the boll stnblo Is Dnvo Barrett's  government?) And thon there's the example  of how other Indlnn Bands In the province  carry on their dealing with government - you  know, rond blocks nnd the like,  THE PENIN3UtA^W^  Published Wwlnewlnys M Scclwlt  , on U.C.'�� .Sunshlno Coast  Powell Klvcr News Town Crier ���  .Sccliclt 'limes Md,  lh>x .110 - .Sccliell, I1.C, ,     ,  nxmo Wi5-32.1I ,  .Siilncilpdon Hiitn: (liimlvniKv)  la/H-al, .1>7 |ht yc-iir, Ikyoixl 3.S miles, !Wl       ,  USA, Sift Oversaw SI 1.  Serving the mm from hvt Mellon to fknmt��  ( |//otw Sotitul io Jerri* lnht\>  ��*v��r*v*vtnrwtnrtnnii*>nnnnnn~*rv*vvw  I  The fact that the Sechelt Indian Band is  the richest and the stablest band in the  province does not enter the picture- In fact all  indications are that this band will be the first  in the province to be incorporated under the  provincial' municipal act - in as few years as  two. This band could likely win international  awards for the diplomacy with which they  deal with government.  Last week. at a meeting between  representatives from the Band, the Sunshine  Sunshine Coast's secession  would, see changes in the area  Sir: As a. subscriber and reader of your   failure will result in a land filled with violence  highly respected newspaper I would esteem if    and crime."  a favour if you will kindly print in .your���     I have long since been of the opinion that  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� Reading the piece about the Sunshine Coast's secession from Canada set the  aged brain to thinking what Canada and its  Cfown Colony the S.C., in the event of in-  Coast Regional Board, the; village of Gibsons    complete secession, will be like in 50 years  and the village of Sechelt, the non-Indian    time.  politicians unanimously agreed to approach  their respective boards for solid approval of  the band's $2 million bulk oil storage  proposal. In short, they loved the proposal  that they had agreed to in principle two years  earlier and asked the Band to start  negotiations with the oil companies.  The only sour note that was added to a  definite spirit of co-operation between the  municipalities and the band over a mutual  concern was the question: "How can I arm  myself for questions like, 'Can't they shut off  our oil supply?"  One regional board member pointed out  that strained Indian-white relationships  elsewhere will be used to taunt people into  protesting the proposal. He also indicated  Indian stability would be discussed in the  corporate board rooms of the oil companies.  But, he said, this is a straight business  deal and Indian-white problems outside this  district are not a consideration. Nice thought -  what he means is - it should not be a con;  sideration.  The band still has to sell the proposal to.the  oil companies. After all, It will be its product  stored in rented space. You can be sure that  the legal safeguards it insists on will more  than adequately safeguard the supply of  petroleum products to the Peninsula.   .  Once the band has the oil companies  playing ball - with a little help from friendly  surrounding jurisdictions - is it plausible to  think they would jeopardize their $2 million  Investment and the Jobs it has created and*  seriously damage the Image this band has so  carefully tried to cultivate In Its official  dealings.  Thoso aro a couple of rational facts that  must be considered. There aro a couple more.  Two years ago, before tho municipalities  gave approval in principal to the Indians for  Stingo facilities on reserve land, B.C.  petroleum made a study of six possible sites.  Tho result of the study was the Trail Bay In  Sechelt, was the best site. The village had no  Industrial zoned land to handle storage tanks  so reserve land was the sanest place to put the  facility.  Existing storage farms on tho Peninsula  nro hazards to tho public. Some don't conform  to Cven the rudimentary flro and pollution  standards elsewhere, Ono aldorman wont so  far ns to say.these,storage areas could bo  legislated out of existence. Expansion for  "existing facilities Is out of tliofluostlon as far  ns all jurisdictions nro concerned,  As Dorwyn Owen, economic advisor to tho  Band says, from a legal nnd business point of  vlow, adequately safeguarding oil supply  One foresees horses and buggies on the  roads because oil and gasoline supplies will  have run out. So there will be employment for  may growing oats and hay for the milUons or  horses as well as picking up the Gross  National Produce left on the roads.  Many trees will have to-be cut and grubbed for.land to grow the oats and hay. So there  will be a course in school, 'Joy Through  Labour,' Teachers wiU(instruct their pupils ^  on the use tofttie axe and grubhoe. without'  cutting their feet off. There would be other  school credits as well, such as 'How to make  your own nuclear bomb.' ���"'  Politics will have gone through a more  interesting stage, because Canada will have  seceded from Quebec, so it will not be a  foregone conclusion that the Liberals will win  every election.  ' But actually in 50 years several sessions of.  parliament will have ended without anyone  being able to think up anything to make a new  law about. So a supreme human being will be  evolved to see that the millions of laws  already made, are kept.  Donations needed  to cover costs  Editor, The Times:  ' Sir ��� Would you be kind enough to put a  small notice in your valuable paper...,  Our Childrens' Final Fishing Derby for the  trophy will take place on Saturday, August 30,  but I was awfully worried as my friends who  used to donate the Ice cream have Jeft and I  was thinking wo would havo to cancel the lee  cream.  I spoke to somo of our neighbours, and  they said, "Don't think of It. Ix-t tho neighbours and friends know and they will help you;  out."  Tho bill Is $10 for 50 Dixie Cups. I had no  sooner told ono of our old resident's daughter,  up from Vancouver, and sho gave mo $2, nnd  her son, %%,  If our friends would bo kind enough to  leave their donntlons at Mrs. Rita McLood's  store at Dayls Bay (Peninsula Market), wo,  would greatly appreciate It, no matter how  small, to mako up $10. Mrs, McLeod will enter  all donations In her book,  I hope you will'excuse my taking the  .liberty of asking you this favour, but I did not -  want to disappoint tho children If I could help,  It. '  Chnrllo Brookman  Davis Bay  Wages will have reached about $100 per  hour, and as there is not that much money, a  system of rations will have been evolved. It is  difficult to imagine anyone working very  hard for beans, bacon, bread and butter, and  one suit of clothes per annum even with two  pairs of pants, so the other Gross National  Produce will go down.  . There will be no more TV because  everyone will be sick of reruns. If there are  still parliaments by then, without TV, people  will be able to vote for the candidate who has  it above the neck, instead of his endearing or  otherwise appearances on the screen.  JohnS. Browning  correspondence columns some of my  thoughts relative to the present discussions  concerning Capital Punishment.  a If we really believe in a Creator, (and as  the Created must always be less than the  Creator) then it naturally follows that laws  both physical and spiritual must be laid down  for the Creation including the human family.  Any thinking person of course will agree that  this is so.- .  The Divine Law�� relative to Capital  Punishment can be found in Numbers 35-24-33  and I quote the following from the Digest of  Divine Law by Mr. Howard B. Rand LLB  page 67.  "Under this law every nation is justified in  executing the murderer. This law makes such  execution mandatory, and the nation that  refuses to carry out this law is guilty of  failure to administer justice in the land. Such  much of the trouble that mankind faces today  is caused largely through the breakdown and  disbelief in the moral law, and I might add-  that I think leaders in both Church and State  are failing today because they, do not emphasize the necessity to return to the ways of  life which have been set before us in His word.  C. Hunsley  Vancouver  from tho tanks Is not difficult, "I don't think   --,,���-  tho pll compnnlos will hnvo much of a con-   End Ol tojerancc     '  "But, we nro not going to satisfy peoples'   With Beachcombers  concerns on the emotional level with legal   Editor, The Times;  and business safeguards being built Into the  operation," ho snys.  I fenr ho Is right, Although nmplo  safeguards can bo legislated, �� rational attitude, llko respect, ennnot |)o legislated. It Is  llko making racist feelings illegal,  Instead of pooplo anticipating tho Indians  Sir ��� I havo tried to nccept somo of tho  Inconveniences In Gibsons Village caused by  filming of Tho Beachcombers. 1 finally  reached the end of my tolerance this morning  on tho bench In front of my homo.  I was gathering seaweed and driftwood  whon I wns mndo aware of a group of people  doing to thorn what tho white man has dono to   high up on GeorgiaBluff, Thismust Jio ��p-,;  tho Iticllnn over tho last 2(K) years (shtiftcd  him), maybo old prejudices should bo given n  rest for awhllo so that tho co-opcratlon shown  between Indian and whlto polltlclnns of this  area might got n clmnco to filter down to  ,5omrort,nclr.c(mttttu.ento^  Solid facta exist to {support the Indian  proposal. Uso them to try and perpetuate  negative feelings towards tho location of the  timk fnrm, It will be difficult, to retain  congruoncy between thought nnd emotion,  and to remain honest,  proximately five hundred yards nwny, A.  male voice shouted from above to move off  the nron, When I questioned his request ho  said thoy woro filming nnd I was In thoir Way.  1 Ignored tho request, a spokesman camo  forwttrd mid risked Wtomovdlignirir  I do not believe this Intrusion to ho an  Isolated Incident. If I nm correct I would  suggest thnt wo, tho peoplo of Gibsons, wako  up, How much further nro wo going to lol,  these peoplo push us?  RuthM.McClughan  Almost everyone can tell you what a  newspaper is. In Canada it is either a  daily or weekly. Nearly 80 percent of all  Canadians read a newspaper every  week. They contain news about you and  your town.  But there are publications printed on  newsprint that aro "shoppers". Some  contain somo news, but they can hardly  stand tho tost of tho definition of a  weekly Canadian nowspapor as contained In the Post Office Act which  roads -  "(a) that Is ordinarily published onco a  week  (b) that Is Intondod primarily for tho  rosldonts of a city, town or vlllago and  Its surrounding community  (c)asubstantlalportlon of oach Issuo  consists of nowa or other articles with  respect to events and actlvltlos of In-  torost primarily to iho rosldonts roforrod  to In paragraph (b) for which It la  primarily Intondod."  In othor wordp, your local newspaper's  prlmo    function    Is    to   present    tho  nows ,. .honestly and fully1.., catering  to tho rosldonts of Iho community thoy "  sorvo, That's all,  Don't you think both you  community   donorvo   a   true  nowspapor?  and  your  wookly  /  The Peninsula jdmeh .r~\  ��P,  i'   r -ii \mw.  _ ".-��� iiiilmasw.nis.as~ lis, i aTS*N*w��.Hia%>  *      -**^V*T,,-'Va*a*-, *s��S --aaaa����    a-*Sa- ^r-   &*~  t  L  i     i hi  J     <    i  M  in   "��  ��T^  "l a* J   **    '       -    -��'JS.** -1*  j fa.-"-"*-        *�����'��{��-��-���      A\ ���   ��  0 y* " /        1     .��  I  I    J  /  /  t  /  a        '  la     a^yaw/-*^!,     y/      .  *<4w*O^M����,tlw-ri<**>*ll*W'<WI-tJi,V^��|i iifmm.i ������  ���*   ��*���MWnWWa^��**��ms>aft   ��yiy l.lltal   aVU*MaU)HI,fM MP ���  MOST ORIGINAL float was the Jack and Jill Nursery Co-op.  t ,"��������� �� .��� --  .��� -�����������--^   ���-.,-���  .. .v.     .   \ ���<���������- -      ,-,- m,    r* T  . CROWD CONTROL by Gibsons fire department at parade finale.  > -V  '?������(  V-1      1  **       **��  .,-:- I): ���  ������1.      'ft  .   "\a.  r--  A  - J  t  ,')!  t /I      ,     *l ���  . ll- "   : ���  **���  ���  "1  V  ys  �� a>  ,*  *,  I    ��� _  ^'    v  I  "I  I  \  V  \  t  *X       it ���>  ���a* J-        . ������  -, "I  I ��� J.  ^   >  -*���    y  ...r *���.������  r-;.^ ���>*:  ��� ;/���  ���r>_-.s  n  ���U.  -/va    |  ��. <  }���*--   -7>',-;--  <  i  1'.  -7-  'v, I.  r  -1  y  j\.  , * > s * <C  \  i  i  * ^i  ^  j  v  \  K  A  -��� J  I .�� te  V\JI  !\  j    MINI-MOUNTIE David Atley leads a   children's section of the Sea Cavalcade    Wednesday, August 13,1975  11    group of decorated bicycles in the   parade.  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It helps  the hardening process where this is a problem  and makes the rooting of cuttings easier.  l?roperly handled a frame will pay for itself in  the first year and, with the minimum of  mamtainance/will last a lifetime.  Frames can either be bought knocked  down and simple to erect or can be easily  constructed with ordinary tools and skills.  There are two types, the span and the lean-to.  The former has a pair of panels opening from  either side at the middle, while the lean-to, as  its name indicates, has one panel that can be  lifted up on a hinge or slide open or propped  up."  The cold frame has of course no artificial  heat so its function is confined to protection of  half hardies, spring harding; of greenhouse  plants and to getting an early start on the  annuals to be planted later. The principal of  construction of the heated frame is the same  as that for the unheated, but the growing  conditions in the heated unit, while providing  an exciting variety of possibilities call for  more sophisticated handling. Most home  gardeners find their needs satisfied by the  cold frame equipment.  There isn't much sense in going into  construction details here. Given an un-,  derstanding of what you are after, the whole  thing is common sense. What you want is a  growing condition that will give shelter from  the cold and will capture all the solar heat  around. In fact if you are creating an environment and climate suitable for plant  growth. The other most important factor is  ventilation. That is why the span type frame  is built on a north-south line so that while the  most sun is collected and evenly distributed,  correct ventilation may lie ensured by  opening; the flap or sash oh the lee^rld side^  The wind blowing over it, not into it, will draw  the inside air out by suction, allowing gradual  replacement and no chilling.  The lean-to type should of course face  south and a little more care must be taken  with ventilation; This is procured by either  lifting the glass sash or sliding it along on its  runners.  In preparing the frame, the eventual level  of the soil inside should be about six inches  below that of the ground around it. This of  course means drainage so that must be  provided or you will just have a sump. The  idea of lowering the inside level is protection  from frost which in this part of the world  seldom penetrates below the six inch level-  But frost protection you must have and the  construction of the frame must be designed  and executed to that end.  Depending on the use for which it is intended, the inside of the frame is either  supplied with good rich loam for growing  things, or a good solid sandy base to accommodate pots and flats.  Most home gardeners want to use a frame  to get seedlings ahead of the growing season  and to get early crops of such delicacies as  lettuce, radishes and cauliflower, and flowers  like asters and snapdragons.  The best way to do this is to make up a bed  of special soil inside the frame. Drainage is of  prime importance so start with several Inches of stones broken flower pots or very  rough ashes. On top of this goes a good layer  of old manure ore some similar compost  material, then the actual growing medium.  Don't overwater and once watering has  started, the frame should be ventilated for  some hours after each such operation.  The matter of ventilating a frame is so  important that this column will deal with it In  some detail next week..  Meantime a note of interest from tho PNE,  Country Fair will show products from B.C.  Raspberry and Blueberry Growers, B.C.  Pork and Oyster Producers, Coast Vegetable  Association, Greenhouse Growers, Lettuce  and Celery CoOp, B.C. Egg Producers, B.C.  Mushroom, B.C. Turkey Association, Chinese  Vegetable Growers, B.C. Dairy Food  Producers ond B.C. Tree Fruit Growers.  "Flowers Canada will domonstrnte dally ond  along side Country Fair Is tho Horticulture  ond Floriculture Show.  Enough to mako tho mouth of every  gardener water I  "HT  "a?*���  �����  ���. Tr-^r  f   " 1*  A   ,a.  j&  *���������' fit*-**  "Si,1  ^^g- ��� "������������������ y i��|  "NJsJo'&e-aa  ������        v fa,  o    ���>"���  >     a'  THE LAGOON at Redrooffs was first  cleared in 1913 when a group of residents  held a huge 'lagooning' party in which  they floated, pushed and dragged all the  accumulated logs from the area. The  clearing left a calm, serene place for  canoeing, pipnicing or swimming. Road  construction signalled the end of the  lagoon as it was cut off from a steady  supply of tidal water and became a  slough. Date on photogrraph is not  known.  Despite an unfavourable weather forecast  and a threatening sky, the Redrooffs Beach  and Country Club held its annual regatta on  Campbell's beach on August.-! The rain held  off and for the big crowd of spectators lining  the beach, the temperature was comfortable,  but swimming contestants found the water  cold. However, they were encouraged and  cajoled by those two enthusiastic convenors,  John Daltonoand Peter Bogardus.  Results of the swimming races were as  follows: 4 and Under: 1. Susan Ladner, 2.  Darcy Simpson, 3. Jamie Bogardus. 5 - 6 yrs.:  1. Cameron Dix, 2. Chris McPherson, 3. John  T. Bogardus. 7 - 8 yrs. Girls: 1. Andrea  Dalton, 2. Pam Newcombe, 3. Theresa  Ladner.  Boys: 1. Robbie McPherson, 2. Cameron  Strang, 3. Billy Dix."9 - 10 yrs.: 1. Tina  Newcombe; 2.-John Dalton, 3, Edward  Ladner. 11 -13 yrs.: 1. Alan Russell, 2. Andrew Boyle, 3. Torie Rae.  In the underwater swimming, Cameron  Strang came first in the eight and under class  and Torie Rae in the open class.  During the rpj^oat race, for children 15  and under, there were collisions and several  exciting confrontations, but all contestants  managed to stay afloat. Winning team was  Alan Russell and Andrew Dalton, with Andrew Boyle and Sharon Hunt close behind.  One event in which it was difficult to say  whether the contestants or the spectators had  most fun was log rolling. Pam Newcombe  stayed on longest in the 8 and under class and  Alan Russell in the 9 -14 class. In the "Open"  event, after a ferocious struggle, Peter  Bogardus outrolled Hugh Ladner, thus  retaining his title as log rolling champion  which he won last year.  The regatta was a real family affair with  two or three generations, of most of the  families present. All three generations of the  Dalton family actually participated in the  regatta. Chris Dalton aind his two sons, John  and Jeremy, competed in the log rolling  contest and his two grandchildren, John and,  Andrea were both placed in the swimming  races. The Dalton family has been associated  with Redrooffs for over sixty years and one of  their most cherished possesions is a copy of  a typescript document entitled 'Redrooffs  Rag', dated August 31,1913.  The little'magazine which was compiled  by the people spending the summer at the  Redroofs Resort, mentions Mrs. Clara Lyell,'  the famous postmistress of Halfmoon Bay  and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton, the parents of Chris  Dalton.  It contains an article about 'lagooning'  which tells how the fraternity cleared the logs  which had accumulated over many years and  made the lagoon a place of quiet and serene  beauty.  Hubert Kitchln, tho author of the article an  owner of the Redrooffs Resprt at thot time  writes : "The settlement turned out in great  force to enjoy ono of tho funniest games you  could want. To start, think of the sheet of  water thickly covered with logs that had  collected for tho past mony years, some two  ond ono half feet through, and tho sight of  twenty settlers, all in bathing costumes,  striving one against the other to take out the  largest. What shouts and cheers as they come  swinging down with the outflowing tide. Here  comes one with a lady pushing and tugging as  though very life depended on, it. Round the  bend comes a boy astride a good piece of  cedar. A collision, a somersault - and barked  shins are all forgotten. The fun is too, bight to  think of bruises. Now look at the placid water,  the home of two white ducks. The lagoon is a  joy that will last for ever and the tale of the  clearing will go down from mother to son.  May Redrooffs prosper as well as this beauty  spot".  It is sad to think that the lagoon did not last  for ever. When the road was cut across  Cooper's Green some years ago, tidal waters  could no longer reach the lagoon which  became a mere slough. However, since there  is talk of reverting to the route orginally  planned for the Redrooffs Road, which would  swing inland behind Cooper's Green, who  knows, perhaps one day the lagoon will once  again become a beauty spot.  SECHELT ��� Two developers got a rude  awakening when they found out half of the  property they, planned to develop had been  zoned rural by Sechelt Council.  The problem came to their attention when  they decided to sell the land which they  thought had a single family dwelling zoning.  Bob Allen, a local surveyor who represents  the devleopers, brought this matter to the  attention of Sechelt council last week. Council  decided it would be unsporting to enforce the  rural zoning in this matter and passed a  resolution.to allow the subdivision to be  completed. ���  The land in question is 16 lots of Block  three iri lot 1471, an area north of Ted  Osborne's subdivision. The developers had  tentative approval to develop eight of the lots'  and more-or-less a verbal approval to develop  the second eight, according to Tom Wood,  village clerk.  The development has been on the planning  books for two years. Allen said Half way  through the second phase of development the  zoning on the land was changed. "I  overlooked the" matter when the public  hearings were held on the zoning change last  March."  Alderman Norm Watson said there was no  point in enforcing the bylaw although there  were no two ways about tfie developers' legal  position in this matter.  Watson said tho area was zoned rural so  tho village exercises control over any  development in the area.  Democracy means simply, ,io bludgeoning  of Uie people, by the people, for the people.  GIVE YOUR  Weather August. 2-ft .^^.^a^..^^,,^.^^,.���,  L H Prec,  Ins,  August!* ,,,,, 12    10 .02  (Aug��wt3 12    21 nil  August 4 ....11    23 nil  AugustA , 12    20 nil  August 0  10    22 ,24  ..AugUBt.7......,, ...,,.10 'IB ,00  August 8 9    20 nil  Week's rainfall ������ .35 Ins.  1975 - 21,03 Ina,  SECHELT  TOTEM CLUD  Fridays - 8:00 p.ia  RESERVE ESAU  60 colli for $300.00  $7 5 to go  EVERYONE WELCOME  ten jvevnesJK Sp^u*  FLOORCOVERINGS..  Gibsons 0067112  3 lb, pkg..,,.  iRlzlli  POTATOES   Snovvcop    aib.b��g., ,,,���,., 3 for*!1  Ruport Brand     16 ox,'pkg.'..;. *1��  SI"����W��W*��W^  * PRICES EFFECTIVE *  Ttoiirs. Aug, 14 to Sut;, Aug, 16,;*r  Wo Rosorvo tho Right  to Limit Quantltloi.  LUCKY DOLLAR FOODS   v         RED & WHITE FO  Phone 086-2257 S@ch��K/BX���  Glbsons/S.C. Plione 885-9416  ���dU^i^inSSS^ri  m^^^m^mm^amimwwmmimss^^ss^^mwi^^  ..a��'��iM��tos-.t^^ A  ��� jph v* f  ">  Section B  Wednesday, August 13,1975  Pages 1-8  -J  0"7J  "I   "  r   1  ,���>  *-  J  V  , 0. .i  V-^.  4  i.  I--  vf'  am"- *  P  /  >  4     r--"  i  /  C^  I"*��  V  r\  - v��  KUsMMwl     1m��������**���-. W���HH 1*��  \  ,\  V *  1  *,!  RICKY COLWELL, 11, a Cavalcade    chair   ori   the   minesweeper,   HMCS  visitor from Mahatta River looks over   Mirdmichi.  Gibsons Harbour from the captain's  ,i  .; *.  Sechelt school board have beep given the  go ahead to purchase Lot 13 and part of lot 12  for the new junior secondary.  It was reported at last week's school board  meeting that the department of education had  given their approval for the purchase. The  report stated a meeting had been held with  the owner of the property and agreement in  principle was reached. It added that instructions had been issued to the surveyors  and advertisements for land .clearing would  be issued. *  Further to the report board building,  superintendent Bob Rutter said he and  George Kirlick had been at the site and had  dug some holes and trenches, "to decide what  would be the best place to locate the building  and the fields."  Board secretary Roy Mills said' the  location would make a fine site for a school.  He said-one section of sand had been located  at the site and would be valuable for use in  other areas as well as at the site.  Rutter said the field area would work into  good field. He added that there had been some  inquiries about clearing tenders.  l_.  \_��j  SATLRDAY  MORNING  saw   Major   Alderman Metzler welcomed aboaid the  labonte     Alderman    Metcalfe    and   visiting mmesweepeis  Cl  < I  t  V  *-**  -Sf  f  v._ -  <\\.  Howard    Knutzen,    a    tourist    from        Out of province fishermen and their boats  Washington State, was fined $100 in provin- must be licenced to sport fish in B.C. tidal  cial court last week for not having his U.S. waters.  registered boat licensed for sport fishing, in ��     Leopold Seyward, from Vancouver, was  B.C. fined $50 afterpleading guiltyto fishing with  KanutsOh'Mid'he'knewhe'n^wa licence more thanTonehire oh���^^r^^-^--^  and was going to pick one up in Campbell        The court was told he had three flashers  River. He said he was on his way to Campbell attached to a single down-rigger while he  River when a federal fisheries officer stopped fished in Malaspina Strait Aug. 2.  him in the Malaspina Strait. He was fishing-       Seyward said there were six people on the  without a licence decal on his boat, the court boat and only three lines out. "I figured there  was told: ;'   -~ >������'��� ^      - should beat least one hook for each person, "  Judge Ian C. Walker said it is a more he said. _    - '  serious offense to fish when you know you are        Ingmar Helgessen was also fined $50 after  breaking the law. pleading guilty to fishing with more than one  Iri   the   case   previous   to   Knutzen's lure on a line.  Lawrence Lewis of California was fined $25        The court was told he was using two lures  for not having a non-resident fishing licence, on a lQpound weighted deep line while fishing  Lawrence pleaded ignorance to the law. near Bowen Island Aug. 3.  BU��-?m COVERS  ��   Assorted colors ^P for'  .V  .<��,  CHOCOLATE SYRUP  Hershey's  16 oz. Tops  on   desserts,   great   iri        *%       %*��j,\%  milk! . . 4pp for    mSk  r:-\ S- a��SV -.*..>,��.'.  ���a  IT  "-,  ^ 1  /  s * *  4  .a���*"  I  1  *  I  .'/  ���  ">  i  I,'*  \.  ��_  r^aa���a  MMv/lM  ��a��^-        <���  '       "���   ll  \ I  :\  Even the provincial government can't concur,  seem to get its policy straight on the ditches        "... As a policy (the department) does  outside Elphinstone. not close in drainage ditches with culverts on  Sechelt Board of School Trustees sent a provincial highways. If the village wishes to  letter to the minister of highways about the do this under permit, the department can  HELPING HAND during a minesweeper tour,  o  ditches.  A copy of the letter, the board learned, was  sent to MLA Don Lockstead. ��  , At last week's school board meeting,  contradictory reply letters were read out  from the two officials.  In his, letter to the board, the MLA said  "The   department   of  highways   is   now  prepared to Install culverts in that particular _  area, and it will be the responsibility of the    thenTut ta*^"sWewailB."  municipality to install sidewalks at some       Secretary Roy Mills said the Elphinstone  future date." culvert problem, "appears to be at long last  The highways minister's letter did not    solved."  arrange to issue the necessary authority. It  would not be possible for the department to  assume the responsibility of installing such  facilities in the hundreds of towns and  villages through which provincial roads  pass."  Trustee Agnes Labonte said the village  was still expecting the department of highways to do the culvert job.  The board was told that the village would  HB Pencils;   6's,  Eagle  Mfg. Sugg. List 79c. . . ,  fori  BBC PIUS 'TRIP'  One 59c pen and two  FREE  ...  LOOSE LEAF REFILLS  Plain, harrow or wide <ip l] IL 5  rule 250's.  ORAUGE FLAVOR CRYSTALS  Allen's, 4 pkgs.-3 1/4  oz.   ms.  Ms  .aa ,.?,������ CaaSr-'ajH*-.^-,  .^.vJ-  ������  3 ring narrow or wide  rule.   Mfg.   Sugg.   List $1.29.  REEVES PAINTBOX  Tempo disc 12's.  $157  Plastic, unbreakable 10  oz. insulated btl. asstd.  colors. Mfg. Sugg. List $5,49.  $^99  DRAWING IMSfRUiEfiTS  Mathematical,  On Labour Day weekend the Sunshlno Sunshine Coast artists aro needed to  Coast Fine Arts Council and the Coast Family display thoir work at this outdoor exhibition,  Society will bo joining forces to present the To register as an exhibitor, artists ore en-  Second Annual Fall Fair. couraged to drop by Whitaker Houso In  Tho fair will take place on August 30 and 31 Sechelt.  at the Recreational Site near Roberts Creek. For further Information phono 885-2080,  mm  q  BRITISH COLUMBIA m  HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY^  ��� D  D  D  D  D  D  D  D  D  D  E, Hensch, District Manager  [J B.C. Hydro and Powor Authority  '.gWJfW-pWI IPWjjj^fflT-lWn Bff^W'-*!^ &Kfi&^!0l% |W*!WWj B1!^!?-??'''!?^ I  frfJWWMMiiW ���iitii)#wTwLl SaiiWliWiS*w p(faHWif*ili^w| hS^Um^Ww .^wmMwimI I  ���  0  Electric power will be interrupted as follows:  THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1975 from 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p,m, approximately,  SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 197S,from 4:30 a,m, to 4i50 a.m. approximately  and  5;00 a.m. to 5,30 a.m. approximately.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 19,1975 or WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1975 lor 30  MlnwtoB approximately (tlmo dopondlng on pronrooa of work  mchodulo).  AREAS AFFECTEDi Frorp Pondor Harbour Substation to Earls Covo,  Including  f-gmontand   from    pondor   Harbour   Substation;   as  far aa Junction of Highway 101 and Francis Peninsula Road,  ThoRo Interruptions aro nocosaary to pormlt B.C. Hydro to upgrado  Electrical Sorvlco to our customora supplied from Iho Pondor Harbour  Substation.  ti  D  fl  Complete Line of Valiants  and Darts  > 'V-a.����AMs*V.IV,l'-.,s'.*,4V'l  t> l'i1',, ?IJ  V /l I  *,���, t ��J*,\VWf,��-  ��^-a**s��aa,FMSaw.awa,^  Complete Line of Dodge  Vans and Sport Vans  m  SHAMPOO FORMULA  Mjss Clairol   FLEA COLLARS  Sergeant's Sentry IV, dogs  or   cats,   Mfg.   sugg.   list   $2.49.  $179  TOOTHPASTE   Colgalo, 100 ml  TUlrcl   homoporm or uncurly roflll. AAfg, buqq. N $2,99  Imporlal Tuition, 2 pr,  Mlg. ��"99. list $2,30,  c  $|77  HOUSEHOLD GLOVES '.^talTu������,.**��� $^**  !���>.  I a'A  ���ram  "������r�����  I     ' '.,   si','  also  SECURITY CAMPERS  TO TOP OFF YOUR ^IEW PODGE PICHUP  ,1J.a��aaaW. ^aSJ^SSMt a  \  I  , ,''Ly *J���^(WMvil/a'i  |VM'jt. 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Proceeds to retarded children.  12423-38  Obituary  MARTIN ��� Passed away August  6,1975, George Martin late of  Sechelt, in his 87th year. Survived by 2 sons Raymond Martin,  Sechelt, Louie C. Martin, Port  Coquitlam; 2 daughters Mrs. Ray  (Mary) Rawlins, Mrs. Sid (Celia)  Mowat, Ladner; 8 grandchildren,  3 brothers, Clifford, Sarnia  Ontario; William Martin and  Freddy Martin, England,  funeral service was held  Monday; August 11, at St.  Catherine's Anglican Church,  Port Coquitlam. Rev. A.R. Ed-  iwards officiated. Jnterment Port  Coquitlam Cemetery. Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons,  Directors. '  12450-38  Card of Thanks  We would like to thank the nurses  and staff of St. Mary's  Hospital, especially Dr. Paetkau  for the care and attention they  gave our dear husband and  father, John Matson. Also thanks  to Jack Apsourfe arid Tyee  Airways for their prompt service. Thank you one and all who  visited, sent flowers, cards and  letters. Etta, Heather and  Raymond Matson. 12413-38  BENOIT  LePage  Contracting,  carpentry and painting. Free  estimates. Ph. 886-9561.   12122-38  PEERLESS    Tree    Services.  Benefit from experience, tree  'work   guar;   arid   insured.   J.  .'Risbey, 885-2109. 11386-tfn  GENERAL    handymari,    Carpentry,   painting   and   light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516       2285-tfn  PIANO.  Tuning;    Regulating,  Repairs.   Work   guaranteed.  David Noweselski. 88^2783.  :    11791-40  LICENSED CARPENTERS  avail for renovations, additions, foundations, framing or  finishing. For reasonable rates,  call us. 885-3496 or 885-3692. ,  12300-tfn..  FURNACE    installations    and  burner       service.       Free  estimates. Ph. 886-7111.      36-tfn  BACKHOE    available    septic'  tanks   sold,   and   installed.  Phone 886-2546.      , 10513-tf  Private piano lessons. 13 years  experience. Phone 886-7201.  12416-39  Hardworking young man will do  carpentry, landscaping, roofing   and   septic   tank   work.  CaU 835-3442. Marty.       1242840  PageB-2   The Peninsula Times Wednesday, August 13,1975  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River   News  Town   Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  I  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 Advertisina Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  * $1,50  Three Insertions $3.00  Extra Lines (4 words)  50c  (Display Ad-Briefs $3:00 per column  inch)      ���    ���  Box Numbers ������  50c extra  Legal or  Reader advertising 40c  per count line.  ��  Deaths, Card of Thanks, !r  Memonam, Marriage and  Engagement notices are $5 00 (up to  14 lines) and 50c ppr line after that.  Hour words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular .classified rates.  Ad-Briefs   mutt  be  paid  for  in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area  $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ....$8.00 yr.  U.S.A. ; __ _���.,.$10.00yr.  Overseas .*���:._ $11.00yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area   Single Copies ~..~  i-$6.00  .i_._.15c  Carpentry. .Any job, big or small.  Available      im-  885-9038.  mediately.  12421-10  Personal  MARXYN'S DRIVING School of  Powell River, now serving the  Sechelt Peninsula. Ph. (112) 483-  4421. 12325-tfn  BAHA'I is Believe in Equality of  the Sexes and Universal Peace.  Ph. 885-9450 or 886-2078.  12332-tfn  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday. Madeira Park  Community HaU. 883-9978. 12457-  tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at The  Times office. 1473-tf  Need your windows  cleaned?  Phone 885-9038 anytime. 12422-  40  MOUNTAIN GOAT Enterprises.  House painting int. & ext.  Window cleaning. Carpentry.  Janitor work: Ph. 886-9308, 886-  2737. 1243640  -WINDOW WASHING and odd  jobs..Call Bill 885-9358 after 6  p.m. 12437-38  MEMBERSHIP   IN    Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club.  Ph. 885-2845. 12446-38  SMALL BULLDOZER,  preferably   with   loader   bucket.  Phone 883-9107. 12452-38  For Rent  Help Wanted  WATERFRONT . COTTAGE.  Beautiful sheltered bay on  Gambier Is. Ideal for boat  owners. Property has to be seen  to be appreciated. Phone (112)  9224471. 7-9 a.m. or after 4 p.m.  12187-38  Required for shingle shake mill,  sunshine   coast,   1   shingle  sawyer, 1 shake resaw sawyer  and 2 packers. Phone 886-7334.  12414-38  'TIMES'    require   part   time  person   for   circulation   and  distribution. Some heavy lifting.  Ph. 885-3231. 12444-38  Work Wanted  MOVING and Hauling of any  kind. Ph. Norm 886-9503.  12339-tfn  BACKHOE, cable operated,  diesel powered on tracks. l\6th  yd. bucket converts to crane with  35 ft boom, Reas, rates. Write G.  Mulllns, Egmont, B.C.    12349-38  NEED a carpenter. Call Bob  Crjchton. 883-2312.        1365-tt'n  For Rent  Giiest cottage adj. to waterfront  home. All necessary facilities.  Mod.   rent.   Reliable   couple.  Phone 885-9698. 12427-38  2 BDRM home, Selma Park.  Elec.   heat,  avail.   Sept.   1,  references. Ph. (112) 255-0245.  12386-38,  RUBY LAKE Motel,  housekeeping units available  on weekly or monthly basis. Ph.  883-2269. 12384-tfn  NEED HELP?  try  Sunshine Job Pjacement  886-7370  for employees of all types  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  l  ^00P^  *""                  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Soasldo Plaza                                               Gibsons  886-2000                                                       006-9121  1  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  ^H0N"Hi6HWAY'l'0l^ArFI^I^I^PEHlNSU^X*ROAD)������^������* "  WATERFRONT ACREAGE AT EGMONT ��� 67 acres with  1200' shoreline oflarlno doop, protected moorago, Hydro now going In,  Accoss by wator only guarantnos privacy, Thin sunny south slope  proporty offorod al $50,000, '  VIEW     HOME     ON     SECLUDED     ACRE ��� overlook.'  Malaspina Strait, Has 2 bodroom* on main and 2 In basomont, Tho  owner* aro very onxlous to soil and aro opon to offor* on thelr.asklng  prlco ol $30,000, Don't pas* this up I  MADEIRA PARK (ESTATE SALE) ���'now homo with a nlco  vlow, Only Intorlor door* an��,i carpollng required to (lnloh thin 1200 ��q  tt quality homo, lla�� a bodroom* (I onsulto) phi* (ull basomont wllh  lovol entrance, Offered at $49,800,  A PERFECT ACREI ���- It'* sorvlcod and LGVELI Locatod  amongst flno homos In Gordon Day, Good potential for subdivision  .mnkos this an n|fjact(yo...|nvo.Mmont,Ot$.1.7..?09i.PolyJ300,P..clPwn.tO���  hondlo or will trodo.  BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGES ���  bo plonsad to show you around,  Drop In, wo'll  MADEIRA, PARK,;-; Good *umm��r cabin on largo lot .closo.,-,,.. ,������.���������  to moordflo, Ha* 3 bodrooms, acom llroplaco, oloctrlc hoa| A hot  wator, A mood buy*of $27,000, "        """"  PHONE 003-2794  John Braon  003-9970  , JocK Hormon  003-2745  For Rent  For Rent  AVAIL. Sept. 1. Furnished ,4 B.R.  2 bath. W.F. home. W. Sechelt.  $400. Phone 885-3681.      12287-tfn  FURN.   SUITE   available   for  single mature working person.  Clean  quiet   non   drinker   or  smoker.886-7267. 12462-38  GIBSONS^ 2    BR   close    to  everything. $150. Phone 885-  9526 between 8 a.m. & 9 a.m.  12464-38  MAPLE Crescent Apartments.  1662   School   Rd.    Gibsons.  Suites,   heat,   cable   included.  Reasonable, apply Apt.  103A. 11798-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK. 2 BR house.  Elec. heat. Unfurn. $250. Phone'  885-3388. 12465-38  Pender Harbour. 2 bedroom furn.  cottage. Sept. to June. $125.  Phone (112) 435-2127.       12430-3R  2 BR. DUPLEX. Fully furnished.  AU" electric!  Available   immediately. $165. Ph. 886-9826.  12456-38  SECHELT AREA - W.F. 1 B.R.  home, large rooms, fireplace.  Sept. 1st avail. 220 wiring. $200.  Ph. (112) 936-9082 after 7  p.m. 12361-39  MUSE PHUT SALE  Ivys  Coleus  Spider Plants  Begonias  Velvet Plants  Campanula  Wandering Jews  Peperomia  Pots by M. Peters  Macrame Hanging Plants *  Many^ More Varieties  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886 2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  ROBERTS CREEK: 10 ocres developed with access road, services, large  workshop, animal building and deluxe Homeco double ��� widehome.  This attractive property has Its own creek, Is partly fenced and cleared.  Owner will assist with financing. A real value buy at $89,000,00  In conjunction with above property or on separate sale, a growing pet  supply buslnoss. Owner Is raising specialized breed of hamster and  two strains of mice, This business Is showing oxcollont roturn, has woll  developed markets and one of largest .suppliers In the West, Ownor  will orlontato now operator In all facets of buslnoss, Asking $15,000,00  for oqiilpmont and stock. Statements are available, A groat opportunity for self employment on your own ploco of rural land,  Lower Roborts Croek Rd: Dollghlful waterfront proporty, 3/4 acre  boautlful 3 bdrm homo, Ensulto plumbing, flroplaco, dining room, largo  kltchon, utility, Part basomont, doublo carport & blacktop driveway &  parking Spaco, Fully landscapod with attractlvo troos, 12x20 boat  house with concroto floor on tho boach. $01,000,00,  NOW LEASINGi Socholt Lots ��� Looses from 2 to 20 years. Mobllo  homos allowed, Loasoowlll provldo assistance to dovolop lots, Monthly  rental Is surprisingly low, Your own lot lor the cost of a pad In a court,  Call for,full dolalls.  UNIQUE NEW HOUSEi cornor ol Gall Road ft Hwy,  101, (opposite  Oldorshaw Rd,) $39,500,00,  Park Ml 5 acros, opon for, development, Right whoro Iho future action  Is, F.P, $60,000,00, Mako an offor,  GOWER POINTi Vlow lot, 05 x 265, |uat past Clarko Rd, Cloarod, roady  for bulldlnb. Drlvoway In, $16,500,00.  DAVIS RD) 3 bdrm homo, closo to o|| ,amonlt|os, Excollont buy at  436,900,00.��*��--....^~.,.^^  MARINE DRIVE) Vlow property, Cony rollromonl homo, Easy walk to  post offlco and storos, $2-1,500,00,  SHAW  RDi   Good building   lot,  cloarod   and   roody   to  bwlld  on.  $12,900,00, Tormi,  AIWS RDi Groat vlow from this larqo family homo with full basomont, 2  fireplaces, onsulto plumbing, garago, 4 bocjrooms on main floor, Hot  wator hooting system, $*��9,O0Q,0O, ,  LOCKYER RDi 10 acros with sturdy homo, Opon aroa wllh vlow to  mountains, Outbuilding* lor animals, Don't miss (his al $42,000,00,  LOCKYER RD) 10 acros with yoor round attractlvo crook. 3 bdrm homo,  Acfongo Is partly cloarod, has Iona drlvoway, vogolablo garden, Homo  Is situated to glvo maximum sacluilon, $40,000,00,  GEORGIA IUUFFi Largo vlow lot on top of Iho bluff, Natural drlvoway,  $10,000,00, (  MARINE DRIVEl Vlow lol In Iho vlllngo, $19,800,00,  GEORGIA ULUFFi Vlow lot, 50 f|, from sowor, $20,000,00,  WRITE OR DROP IN FOR OUR, FREE  PROPERTY flROCHURE  LISTINGS'WANTfeD  K, A, Crosby   0fl6-209fl (   ,      J, W, Vlssor 005-3300  Don Sutherland 005-9362 Anno Gurm.y0l.iV2164  GoorgoCoopor 006-9344 \.   .   '    .  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233  Member of Multiple Listing Service  TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689.7623  i    t��tf  i&^t^&S^^  ���IM  "In the event of, a typographical error advertising goods or services, ot  a wrong price, goods or services may npt be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an'offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any tirrie."-���--{Supreme Court decision). .Advertising is  accepted ;qn .the conditio^ t^ thot,,  portion ofthe advertising space occupied by the erroneousitem, together  with reasonable allowance for signature,.will not be charged for, but the  balance;of the advertisement will b* paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is mode 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. :,  af KM.  *��/������-.���,,,��- ���.       Jl, �������.  -' a ^.  I     T-   '   ��   *     a-* ' ' *   -  w   * *   -  'S  -Via,  ... ��      'i    %*��� ,JV' ,.       ..    , ��  - ��� -��*.  -,  \ -���'���,     -   , ^   X;.     ��� ������  "    .stX.."?1..'  mppp  'Vi^t&MZs.i'mi-.i  r,APnCM RAV _     Ur.AAC\A/ITU CIIITC  a^,#   Uia.a.1 ai   w#~. .    "   ���   | ,\^l��*��m   W f I I I |   V%#. ��� W  . 985 sq. ft. home,'built 1966, 2 B.R. and den, sundeck, carport, self  ..contained bachelor suite in basement. On landscaped; level lease lot.  $37,900. .   ' '..:'.  WATERFRONT LQTS  1. GARDEN BAY ��� 97' waterfront-lot, southern exposure, deep  sheltered moorgae, driveway in, bldg site cleared, easy access to  water. $42,000. '  2. BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT LOT ��� approx. 80' bluff  waterfront: Water and hydro, driveway in, bldg. site cleared, excellent  view. $23,000.  3. IffVINE'S LANDING ��� Lot 5, approx. 128' waterfront, at entrance to  Lee Bay. Driveway in, fairly sheltered moorage. $35,000.  4. GARDEN BAY ��� Approx. 290' waterfront with sheltered moorage,  driveway in. Good sites for several cottages on the approx. 1 3/4  acres. $70,000.  5. GUNBOAT BAY ��� near. Madeira Park, Lot D has approx. 75' low  bank waterfront, level and grassy.'Septic tank and drain field in.  $35>000..,s-.,,.T..-.--.---,..s-.-s.,-.---s-...O-,^-----.^^��7 ;,..^,.,k~W:���-i,,.��: ,..,-���,...,.��� .,��-  6. KLEINDALE ��� approx. 208' waterfront, dries low water, just oyer an  -acre of land, situated on Hwy 101 at head of Harbour. $22,000.  NEW 3 BEDROOM HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  1,150 sq. ft. on one floor, no basement, built June 1975, 3 bdrms,  master bdrm with ensuite, w/w carpeting, fireplace, double carport &  storage. No stairs to dirhb here. Large treed lot with level area around  house. Close to stores & marinas. Immediate possession. $55,000.  WATERFRONT HOME SILVER SANDS  Approx. 500' excellent low bank. Gulf waterfront, 9.8 acres. Comfortable 3 BR home, stone fireplace. 4th BR, recreation room and  powder room on lower level. Private marine railway for hauling boat  into basement shop. $168,000.  MADEIRA PARK  10 year old 2 bdrm home on landscaped lot with fruit trees. Close to  schools, stores, marinas and P.O. Room for additional bedrooms in  basement. Fridge, range, dishwasher and dryer'included. $36,500.  ACREAGE  1. Approx. 5 ACRES with 2 BR home, separate garage and workshop  On Hwy. 101. Middle Point. $29,500.  2. Approx. 5 ACRES fronting on Hwy. 101 at Kleindale. Possible sub-  division site. $25,000. ' ,  3. WOOD BAY ��� approx 21 acres on nice Gulf view property, approx  630' frontage on Hwy. 101. $45,000.  4. Near Wood Bay���11,79 treed acres. Partially cleared, has dug  well, good access from Hwy. 101. $30,000.   .  GARDEN BAY ESTATES       ,  5 yr. old, 870 sq. ft, 2 BR cedar home, furnished, view of Harbour,  partial basement, covered sundeck, double carport, fireplace, shag  carpets, all appliances, On a large, treed semi-waterfront lot, southern  exposure, good gardon. Close to stores, marinas and Post Office. A  perfect retirement home. $57,500,  ,    (      ISLAND IN PENDER HARBOUR  Beautiful 4.7 acre island located In the heart of, Pender Harbour, 5  room home, recently remodelled ��� hydro, water 8, telephone. Approx,  1,500' of shoreline. Dock, boat & motor.' $190,000,  PANABODE HOME ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 BR Panabodo homo, built 1971, full basement, brick fireplace, level  lot with 70' frontago on Warnock Road. $35,000,  SEMI-WATERFRONT HOME��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Approx, 1,365 sq. ft, ��� Cedar homo, built 1974 ��� 3 BR, full basement,  w/w carpot, double carport, vory largo sundock, stono fireplace. Living  room and dining room havo opon beam codings, mastor BR has full  onsulto plumbing, Situated on soml-watorfront vlow lot, Southern'  oxposuro, $69,500,  GUNPOINT ��� PENDER HARBOUR   '  Approx. 192' watorfront, beautifully landscapod, with 1170 sq, ft. 2;  bdrm homo, flroplaco, sundock, w/w, 3rd bdrm In lowor lovol, Boat  houso with marlno ways, Wostorly exposure with a swooping vlow of  Pondor Harboyr. $)25,Q00,           ',.''        FURNISHED COTTAGE-GARDEN BAY  Comfortable 2 BR cottago o'n 2 largo loaso lots, Looses hayo approx, |o  yoars romalnlng plus 20 yoar option, Closo fo storos, marinas and post  offlco, $12,900,       ,    4 BDRM UNFINISHED HOME ��� KLEINDALE  4 bdrm unfinished homo at Klolndqlo with road frontago on Hwy 101,  Approx, 3 acros, nlco garden aroa at back of lot $39,500,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY  1,32 acros wllh approx, 160' of doop sholtorod watorfront, Approx,  "-1,123 sq ft 3 BR homo wltlf mastor pR onsulto, fIroplacb;* (.undocksr  Panoramic vlow of Harbour, Somo furnlturo, Good float, boat h<|uso  and marlno ways, $90,000,  LOTS     .   |  1, BAROAIN  HARBOUR-approx,  1   1/2 acros, nlcoly  (rood ��  socludod, Hydro, wator, soptic tank �� drain f lold In, $23,000,  2, 'NARROWS ROAD ��� Good bldg; |o|s-$*9,000, - $11,000, Approx>3/4,  aero, lovol harbour vlow, closo to wator, $22,000,  '3, GARDEN MY ������ sorvlcod Ms, somo with oxcollont vlow, $7,500,.  '    $10,300, ',  '4, SINCLAIR BAY ROAD.-- soml-watorfront lots, somo with v|ow ovor  Hdihour, $0,300,- $13,800,   ,  5, MADEIRA,PARK ���sorvlcod lots, most with vlow, closo to school,  storos, P.O. A Marinas, $0,000. $22,000,  6, EARL COVE ��� 3 Inrgo lots, sorvlcod wllh hydro, 2 with vlow, closo  to water, $9,000.$| 1,300,  , 7, NARROWS ROAD - Approx, throo quarter ocro of |ovo| lond with  an oxcollont vlow of harbour, 400' to water, Sorvlcod with water and  hydro, $22,000,  'ft;. LAGOON ROAD--��� 2 sorvlcod bulldlno .Ms, walking dlstanco to  school, storos and marinas, $11,000 poch,  9, GARDEN DAY ���2 lovol loose lots with good gardon so||, ;shodo  troos and 10' Knight trnllor, $6,900,  MOBILE HOME  1.  1973 SAFEWAY  Doublo Wldo mobllo  homo, 24'x 56'  (without  hitch). 3 OR, family room, s|iog carpot, master DR onsulto, $23,000,  DON LOCK  Ros, 003-2526  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros, 003-2233  HOTEL LAKE  .57 acres with small one room cabin. Parklike setting with approx. 110'  of low bank lake frontage. Westerly exposure. $23,500.  LAKEFRONT HOME ��� HOTEL LAKE  Approx. 730' choice lakefront, very private with 3, bdrm home, full  basement, rec room, 2 fireplaces, 2 full bathrooms, hot water heat,  some furnitures, float & 3 boats. Situated on approx. 2 1/2 acres of  treed park-like land. $85,000. V  INAW & RUBY L  1. 2 BR furnished cottage, guest cabin, on 1.34 acres leased land with  approx. 175' sheltered waterfront. $16,900.  2. Lot 21 ��� approx. 92' good lakefront, beach, southern exposure.  Owner will finance- $18,000.  3. Approx. 25 acres, approx. 1,250' lakefront, 4 BR furnished Panabode  home, floats & boats. $105,000.  4. Approx 500'.choice lakefront on approx 7.5 nicely treed acres with  low bank lake frontage. $50,000.  RUBYLAKE  1. 119' lakefront lot with furnished one BR cottage. Road access.  $32,500.  2. 104' choice lakefront; float, targe treed lot, 2 BR cottage with 1/2  bathroom. $42,000.V ;:  3. Lot 27 semi waterfront view lot $8,500.  APPROX. 120 ACRES ���RUBYLAKE  Approx. 120 acres of excellent land. 40.0' waterfront on Ruby Lake. -  opprox. 2600' waterfront on lagoon. 2 houses, presently rented &  trailer spaces. $180,000.      Waterfront home ��� ruby lake  Deluxe home, built 1973, on approx. 160' choice lakefront. 4 BRs and  den, fireplace, sundeck, W/W carpeting, carport, float and large  separate workshop. A beautiful home and property. $75,000.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx. 1,800' good waterfront with several beaches and bays.  ��� Contains approx; 42 a'cresv Creek through property. 3 BR furnished  home, full basement, oil furnace. Access from Egmont Road. Excellent  marina or resort site. Full price $175,000. Existing agreement for sale  $100,000 at 8 percent. . ���  POSSIBLE MARINA SITE  Approx 600' waterfront adjoining the Egmont Marina. Approx 7 treed  acres..Paved Maple Road runs through-property. $70,000.  EARL COVE LOTS  3 large lots, serviced with hydro, 2 with view, close to water. $9,000 to  $11,500.  353'WATERFRONT  Approx. 353' waterfront with deep, sheltered moorage on 9.2 acres of  treed land. Access by trail or water, $30,000.  BUTTON TSLAND  Beautifully treed small island, approx. 1.7 acres in front of Egmont.  Marina. $40,000.  BAY - REDROOFFS  WATERFRONT HOME ��� SARGEANT BAY  1.03 acres with approx. 85' waterfront, 1275 sq. ft. 2 bdrm homo, built  1970, w/w carpets, all appliances, covered sundeck, stone fireplace,  garage. Beautiful landscaping &��� garden, excellent view. $85,000,  SEASIDE VILLAGE ��� SECHELT  Noar now 3 BR homo(1 flroplaco, soparato gqrago, Excollont homo,  for rotlrom'ont ��� no stairs tocllmb, Closo to all facilities, $43,000,  BUILDING LOTS  SANDY HOOK ROAD��� Lot 94��� bost v|ow lot In Sondy Hook. Lovol  trood lot, sorvlcod with wator and hydro, $10,000,  BEAVER ISLAND MOTEL ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  4 unit Motel, built 1973, floats, 3 rontal boats �� motors, bolt pond, not  shod, 1465 sq, ft, homo with 3 BRs, flroplaco, full basomont, sundock.  On opprox, 250' cholco watorfront on Bargain Harbour, approx. 4  acros. $193,0d0, , 1  VACANT STORE ��� MADEIRA PARK  Vacant storo bulldlno and ad|olnlno ono B.R. living quarters at Madolra  Pork, Nowly docorotod, Includos countors, sholviiVg, Irooior, moat  roolor and othor mlsc, sloro oqulpmont, Ono ncro land, across iho  strriot from shopping contro, Good location for storo or offlcos, Immediate possession. $62,300,  CLAYTON MARINA���GARDEN BAY '  Approx, 1,2 acros wllh 220 ft, doopj sholtorod waloifront, \M ac?o  long torm foroshoro loaso, 407'llnonl (I, llnols, marlno ways, 002 sq, ft,  woldlng and repair shop, modern 654 sq, fl, bulldlno (now 1974)  contalnlna ofllco, storo, washrooms, nnd coin laundry, Ownor's 3 li,R,  homo with lull basomont, This marina could bo oxpnndod In ,numorous  ways, An oxcollont buy n| $247,000,  '    ���FARM 7~ GARDEN DAY ROAD   ���        r  Approx, 22 aero watorfront farm with opprox, 16 acros cultivate..,  foncod and dlkod, 0 acro,s-jt; In voQotohlos, fl ncros J, In nrass, crook  through property, 1,350 sq ft born, 11, 000 sq ft hathouso, both built  1973. $143,000, With mnchlnory A 33' houso trailer ��� $165,000,  -������HAI^A^ii^E BUSINESS"^ ""���"  Woll itochmt hardwaro nnd olff ��ioro located in now shopping conlro at  Madeira Pork, Doing an oxcollont business ond growing, Duslnnss,  llxturos ond oqulpmont-$33,000, PIRM, Plus rash for stock.  PAT SLADEY  Ros. 003-9019  DAN WILEY  Roa, 003-9.M9  SECRET7COVE ACREAGE  ' 20 acres with approx. i200 ft. waterfront in Secret Cove with creek and  waterfall. Older home, needs finishing. Access, from Brooks Road.  '$70,000.''"   ������"'��� ':   ������'������   ;,;    ��� ' . v " '   WATERFRONT LOTS '  1. Lot 14 has approx. .86 acres and 275' waterfront, at end of Eureka  Place. The finest marine view, selectively cleared and level. Steep cliff  ���to rocky beach. $30,000,  2. Cliff waterfront lot on Redrooffs Road. Approx. ,1 1/2 acres, 100'  waterfront. Gpod view of Gulf, $17,000,  LARGE ACREAGE'-$1,000. PER ACRE  D.L. 2392, approx, 160 acijes. situated approx. 1 1/4 miles above Hwy.  101 near Halfmoon Bay, Access by old logging road, Trails and roads  throughout tho property, nlcoly irood usablo land, Outsldo land froe.ee  area ��� possible subdivision site, $160,000.  WESCAN ROAD ��� SECRET COVE  View lot, close to watorfront, Asking $8,950 ���. opon to offors.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� REDROOFFS ROAD  75' prlmo watorfront with oxcollont panoramic view. 3 bdrm home,  approx 1150 sq ft with 24 x 13 living room, stono flroplaco, all ap-  pllancos and carpets Included. $72,000,   SARGEANT BAY  Approx 85' cliff watorfront lot with trail to boach, approx V lovol aero,  cloarod and mostly In lawns, 50' x 10' Suburban mobile homo, spotless  condition, on concroto pad with concroto porlmotor walls, fully sklrtod,  $52,000,  J  ,vs*-v  1 "������ THEY SAY  THAT 'SERVICE'  IS AN  .OLD FASpQNED  CC^C#Tl..  Guess that makes us old fashioned. We think service  makes plain sense ��� it's just good manners. Our concept  of service goes much further than that, though. Drop in for  a free catalogue and some old fashioned friendliness.  WE CAN HELP  VIEW LOT  , #3437  Approximately 3/4 acre  corner lot in Sunshine  Heights. Serviced with  hydro, water. Close to beach  and boat harbour, 1/4 mile  to ice arena. 2 miles to  Sechelt village. Full price  $16,000. Open to offers.  PAT MURPHY, 885-9487  eves.  CLOSE TO IT ALL  #3433  1100'     home     with     full'  basement       and       small  greenhouse attached.  Fireplace, dining area and  breakfast nook. Large  utilfty-Work room. On  double lot. Full price  $46,000. JACK WARN, 886-  2681 eves. .  HANDY-DANDY  #3392  Handy to ocean access and a  view, second only to flying.  Especially priced at $14,999.  Dandy corner with about  10M sq. ft. Details- BOB  KENT, 885-9461 eves.  ONE ACRE ��� 2 BEDROOM  #3430 ...; '  Here's a challenge, young  . man. Older 2 bedroom home  requires handyman. On one  acre of good ground with  year round stream, and a  good view : of Gulf. Have  your own garden, chickens  or whatever. Full price  $26,000 with half cash.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463  eves.  LEVEL BUILDING LOT  #3439  All services provided to this  70'x 125' lot, level and  cleared, one block to the  beach.x^The best for sun  exposure, store nearby, and  only 3 1/2 miles to village.  Fult price $12,900 cash,  perhaps a small agreement  by vendor. PETER SMITH,  885-9463 eves.  FOR THE GROWING  FAMILY IN SECHELT  #3415  One year old two storey  home. Large living room,  two bedrooms', 1 1/2  bathrooms, large kitchen  and sundeck./ Ground level  lower floor has large rec  room, bathroom, bedroom  and utility. This is the place  to raise your family.  $52,000, assume existing  'mortgage of about $26,500  at 10% "interest. JACK  WHITE, 886-2935 eves  ��� E. & O.E.  PHONE*       * Sechelt: 885-2235  ;r!V * Vancouver: 689-5838  We're at the corner of Trail and Cowrie, in Sechelt.  RIDE OUT OF TOWN  #3448  To see this modern 3  bedroom home with ensuite  plumbing, large living room,  bright kitchen'everything  spotlessly clean. For the  horse lovers ��� corral, 3  stall barn, chicken house,  ond fencing that will endure  for many years. Riding trails,  approximately 2 acres  cleared on this 9 1/2 acres  of wooded property. Good  vegetable garden. Full price  $71,500. JIM WOOD, 885-  2571 eves.  PICKUP  OUR FREE  CATALOGUE  FOR MORE r- ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  F OF T  Price Reduced $4,500 to $35,000  2 BEDROOMS ON DOUBLE LOT No. 3430  The garden is still growing. Fireplace. Large living roon. Large sundeck. Westerly view.  John R. Goodwin  885-2235 (24 hre.)  ONLY $35,000 FULL PRICE  For Rent  HALL FOR RENT, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    .Contact  Bonnie Wigard, 885-9403.11121-tfn  AVAIL. Sept. 1.4 bdrm, 1% bath,  w-f home, turn. W, Sechelt.  $350, Ph. 885-3654. 12343-38  FURNISHED   2    BR    house.  Tuwanek $275. Phone 885-2783.  1246040  Wanted to Rent  2-3 BR house or cabin with hot  water and elec. Spacious and  secluded Oct. to June for modest  rent or caretaking. Refs. Phone  (112)  255-4041  leave message.  12195-44  Wanted to Rent  SINGLE teacher needs cottage  or suite in Sechelt area. Sept. -  Dec. (112)522-3406. 12317-38  YOUNG MAN wishes to rent w-f  cottage for winter season. Ph.  885-2909. 12442-38  Real Estate  TRADES CONSIDERED  3 bedroom, separate dining  room, full basement, deluxe,  home. - Choice view lot  overlooking Sechelt Inlet, convenient to the arena and Village  of Sechelt. Many features. Phone  885-2894 or 885-9851.  ,10921-tfn  Real Estate  Real Estate  Real Estate  Real Estate  SECHELT   Sunshine   Heights  subdivision, corner lot 115 ft.  frontage with excellent view. Ph.  (owner) 738-1554. 12359-39  LANGDALE ��� 3 B.R, home, 1  year   old,   W.W.,   fireplace,  modern. Secluded. $49,500. Ph.  886-9049. 12368-39  ON THE WATER Porpoise Bay,  1 bdrm fully furnished cottage.  Potential develop., h-c water, 3  pee bath, heater, Swedish  fireplace. Own beach plus boat.  Ph. (112) 943-2832. 12301-38  GARDEN BAY, 4 bdrm home on  double lot, could be subdivided.  $41,000, Ph. 883-2360 or (112) 936-  0048. 12305-tfn  WATERFRONT  This immaculate 3 bdrm home  near Sechelt has double plumbing, a-o heat, landscaped,  garden, pebble beach and many  extras. Come and see the view,  then look at the reduced price ot  $48,500. You can't beat It. CaU  COrry Ross, .8854250.  L.E.KYLE  REALTOR>  West Vancouver  ���   922-1123   12381-39  IRVINE'S   Landing,   2   bdrm  home, modernized, w-w, large  lot. Excel, view of Lee's Bay.  $42,000. Ph. (112) 684-0956.  12329-38  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  ESTATES LTD.  BOX769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL ESTATE  Vancouver Direct Line 685-5544  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  IS SKATING OR CURLING YOUR THING?���Only 6 lots left, 200" to  arona and clos|o to boach, Prlcod undor $8,Q06, Call Sikanno Van  Egmond, ' -  OVERLOOKING SARGEANT BAY������ 1.12 acros, vlow proporty. Ap-  proximately 6 mllos wot, of Sechelt, Hydro to proporty, wator can bo  arrangod, Asking $17,500,00. Call Ed Bakor,  SANDY HOOK VIEW LOT ��� Panoramic vlow of Inlott accoss to boach,  wator and hydro, Must-soil, F.P, $10,300. ��� offors, Call Ed Bakor.  PORPOISE BAY - SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ~~ Boautlful vlow lot |n aroa of  now homos, and closo to now Ico arona, Cloarod ond roady to build on,  P.P. $16,000, Call Suo Pato.   PORPOISE BAY.-��� Panoramic vlow-of tho Bay, Largo 04' frontage lot, *  cloarod, lovol and roady to build on, Water, hydro to proporty, A flood  buy a. $14,500, Call Ed Bakor,  SANPY HOOK -~ Two lots wllh ono of tho most boauflful vlows on tho  Sunshine Coast, Prlcod at $9,SOO oach, Call Suo Pato,  REDROOFFS AREA���COUNTRY BUNGALOW ��� Attractlvo 2 bodroom  homo approximately 7 yoars built, nostlod among tall troos, approximately 2/3 aero proporty, has hoatalator flroplaco, w to w, gas  hoat, largo covorod porch, F.P, $20,000. Including stovo and frldgo, Call  Ed Bakor,  HALFMOON BAY -~ WATERFRONT AT $10,300 ��� Largo watorfront lol  at Brooks Cove with 137' frontago, This lot has wator but no hydro as  yot., An^axcoj|s9()ypya;stmontatPUh<-<a(Mturo..,Try.your.o1f��rt.,Call.Suo^  Pato,  HOT FISHING SPOT ~- on tho Sunshlno Coast wost of Socholt, Largo  watorfront proporty 03' frontago, Powor, wator ft soptlc field already  Installed, good wator accoss, F,P, $20,000, Call Ed Bakor,  WEST PROPOSE BAY-- Largo 90' fronton* lot seml-c|oarod, roady to  build on, wator and underground sorvlcos, A roni buy at $9,600. Call Ed  Bakor,    ,,.���..,...,������.���.  SMALL FARM WITH ORCHARD ��� Ralso and grow your own food on this  4,6 acros of foncod meadow In Wo��t Socholl, A 8 stanchion cow barn,  with hayloft, 4 car garogo and workshop, Small cottago and a modern 3  bodroom homo with a roally largo fnrrVi kltchon, A-O furnace, Ono mllo  from school, priced woll at $3^,300, Oood terms, Call Len Van Egmond,  i  REDROOFFS AREA ��� Unique custom built ono yoor old homo on largo  00' x 270' lot, Homo It modified A frame wllh loft type bodroom above,  Frldno and stove Is Included In Iho F,Pi o($27,300, Call Suo Pato,  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Looking out to Morry Island, sunny exposure,  arbutus troos, wator, powor and sowor, All this for only $26,000, Call  Sujtanne Van Egmond,  BARGAIN HARBOUR VIEW LOT ��� Approximately 1/2 aero, nlcoly trood  on a qulot road tor your privacy, closo to boach, groat fishing area,  asking only $14,^00, Call Smanno Van Egmond,  DAVIS BAY, SELMA PARK, AND AREA  DAVIS 0AY ��� Panoramic vlow lot, all .service*, Within 2 blocks of  excellent boach, F.P, $13,000, Call Sue pale,  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY VIEW HOMG--Almost now 3 bodroom, split  level home, |/2 block lo boach, Priced to so|| fasti Only $33,000 for,  details phonoSuo Van Egmond,  .., ,,,,,���.,���.,���.���..��.-, ���,���.��.-,���..r���-,,���..���.,.~_,...,.  Davo Roborts  Evos. Phono 005-2973  Lon or Suzanno Van Egmond  Evon. Phono 005-9603  Suo Pato -������  Evo��. 005-2436  Ed Dakar  Evos, phono 005-2641  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  NORWEST Bay Rd. 1 bdrm  house. Newly remodelled,  bathroom and kitchen. Full bsmt  needs work. Fridge and stove  incl. Flowers .and fruit trees. F.P.  $25,800.885-2683. 12347-38  CROWN LEASE lakefront lot nr.  Egmont, presently being  cleared. Doors, sash frames,  lumber, modern cupboards, sink,  toilet, etc. Sufficient to partly  finish a dwelling. Please send  enquiries to Mr. G. Mulling.  Egmont, B.C, 12348-38  GIBSONS, 3 bdrm home, 7 veers  old, 2 full bathrooms, 1500 sq.  ft. mostly w-w, full bsmt, with  finished rec. room, carport &  sundeck: 7 pet. mort, $145 P.I.T.  $55,900. Cash to mortgage of  $12,700.1172 Gower Pt. Road. Ph.  886-7173, 12313-38  2 BR HOME.  Roberts Creek  Road.   Full   basement.  Full  basement. $35,700. Phone 886-  9068. 12451-40  2 BR COTTAGE on 60 ft. treed  waterfront   lease   lot.   F.P.  $15,500. A. Simpkins. Box 517.  Sechelt, B.C. Phono 885-2088.  2688. 12455-38  WEST SECHELT.   Urge  lot,  71x335.   Water   and   hydro i  avail. $10,000. Ph. 885-2815. 12458-  40  ROBERTS CREEK. Waterfront  homo, also available adjoining  waterfront lot. 885-2914.   12401-38  1  ACRE  VIEW  lot,   end   of  ����� Medusa   St,   Owner-leaving ���  town. Reasonable. 885-3314,12420-  30 .. ]  Largo corner building lot In  Langdalo Heights. Near school,  (112)43.1-2393.       , 12424-40  1000'     FT.      WATERFRONT,  Sunshlno Const, 3 cholco lots on  pnvcid Redrooffs Rd. at Fruncla  Avenue. 5, ml.  from Sechelt,  Priced from $29,500 or offers.  Ownor holidaying at Unit 7 Big  Maplo Motel. 005-1)513 or 039-3200\  123604Q  ROBERTS Creek. Marlcno Road,  Fully serviced lota. Phono 886*  7B0flor0flfl'770Q. 12080-tfn  4   LOTS   in  new   subdivision,  O7'xi24'MHiituitt0fl;Gowor Pt.  oron. Ph. ownor 080-9904. llOMKfn  REDROOFFS. tt ACRE, Hydro,  tcl. paved rondi. Fully treed.  $9,250. Ph. 805-2522 or 885-2007.  _-���3_ law-tftir  ROBERTS Creek, charming  secluded 3 bdrm homo, semi,  w-f on V. ncro, partial bsmt, olec  heat, largo sundeck with  tonutlful vlow. Ph, 000-2744.  J2321-3B  GIBSONS--view lots. All services, from $11,500 to $13,500. /  Also 3 bdrm home with full bsmt.  $52,500. Ph. 886-2417 after 6:30  p.m. ,, 11776-tfn .  Campers & Trailers  9 FT. CAMPER. Propane stove,  sink, icebox. $350. Phone 883-  9107. 12453-38  '69 CAPILANO Wk ft. truck  camper. Sleeps 5, icebox,  range, sink, toilet compartment,  camper shocks and jack incl.  Phone 886-9826. 11767-tfn  Cars & Trucks  '69 BUICK Wildcat, $600. Ph. 886-  9370. 12379-39  Cars & Trucks  '64 CHEV. % ton 4x4 winch,  radio, new tires. $1695. Ph 885-  9416. . 12441-38  '65 GALAXJE 500. Left front  fender and bumper damaged.  Exc. running order. $400 o.o.o.  Ph 885-2188 after 6. 12459-38  73  CHEV.  IMPALA.  Custom  32,000 mis. Radial tires. P.S.  P.B. 2 dr. Ph. 885-2942.     12463-40  '70 GMC % Longhorn, 350 auto,  p.s., p.b.. low mileage. Exc.  cond. 11 ft.. Security Camper,  sleeps 5, pressure water, 12V &  propane fridge, furnace, winterized, power vent hood, 4  burner stove, c w-oven. $4500 obo.  B, Chrlstensen, General  Delivery, Gibsons, B.C.   12370-39  The Peninsula Times Page B^3  Wednesday, August 13,1975  Cars & Trucks  WRECKING 66 Pontiac sports  coupe, parts plus 327 mtr.  Buick V8 marine motor, panel  steering gear, throttle controls.  270 Merc. leg. $600. Ph. 885-9743.  9743. 12434-38  '66 CHEVELLE  MAUBU  327  $1,100 phone. 886-2987.   12435-38  '67 FALCON V8 S.W. auto. City  tested.  Radio. Good motor.  Trans, tires. E83-9042 (message).  12438-38  '66 COMET. New paint Job. Good  tires. Good running cond. $800.  Phono 885-2474. 124&38  See More Classifieds Page 0-4  SECHELT  Roady to build on. W/F lot on safe boach right  In Socholt. Bill Montgomery.  "waterfront home  Plus furnlshod guost cottago, Wost Socholt,  Lovol to boach, Acroago, Trood abovo highway,  Idoal rotlromont, Prlcod In 00's. Call Jack  Andorson,  west'secheltTuniquej  |00x26S Trood lot, closo to public boach  accoits, p,P, $12,500, Call Jack Andorson,  FREEDOM TO BREATH  2,76 acros of woll trood property In tho Sandy  Hook aroa. Reasonable 3 bedroom accommodation, F.P. $34,906, Call Ray Fitch,  WEST PORPOISE BAY  1/2 aero lot, trood with good vlow, F.P.  $13,500, Somo torms, Call Doug Joyco. Ph. 005-  2761,  LARGE LOT  Largo troos and a largo lot, Also a"  3 bdrm homo, closo to storo and  ferry, Pig kltchon, utility room on  main floor, Must bo soon, Dill  Monaomory,  ��� Stan Andorson  _ 885-2385 ,��  SELMA yiSTA PARK  ��� 2 and 3 bodroom 'component  ..homosandia ft wldo trailers for*  sale on slto In Solma Park from  $15,500 all sot up and roady for  occupancy, all units furnlshod,  Every slto has a vlow, Stan Anderson,  BEM'lS&yil^dl  ^mmtwrnmrm.  ,'   6 ACRE FARM 006-2006  Laroo old stylo farm houso and , -.       .  Good barn mony fruit treoi, land ��nr��->TA?  In half cloarod and fenced, good 00J-//61  wator supply, .Stan Anderson,  ~~ 'w~HAIFMOONW"~~~T "  9 aero holding with a large 2 bodrooms. Excellent view, very private, P,P, $6?,300, Call  Pong Joyco,  ���..,���!,.,���.,..,���.  .OIBSONS--����~��^.-sa-~a-^~.--��  Spectocular view from, vvoll, roally It's |ws�� a,  big chunk pf rock, Try your building Ideas on  this ono, Oflers to $19,900, Call Doug Joyce,  POST OFFICE BOX 1219, SECHELT B.C, VON 3A0  .,.,...���..* Bill Montgomery    ,. * Ray Fitch  005-9057  Jack Andorson  005-2033  CLOSE TO THE BEACH  Largo treed prlvato lot, Nowly  devalopod lots In a vory secluded  aroa. Priced to sell at $11,900,  Stan Andorson,  .   SELMA PARK VIEW  Watorfront ncroago,  100 x 550, 2 bedroom  cottago, Part  comonl  basomont With  oxtrn  room, Oood bldg, site on lowor lovol on bopch,"  F,P, $'57,500, Call Jack Anderson,  ^IdAVIS BAY VIEW  2 lovol homo on prlvato trood property, Close  to boach, pavod drive, Plbg, on oach floor, F,P,  $i?(3CK)r<a��|'^ack'-And��rionr^''''~*'"~"" '  ""^unavailable"    ",'    *  Woll, almost I Watorfront soon will bo, Wo have  an excellent lot In tho Brooks Covo aroa wllh  all sorvlcos avallablo, Easy access, lovol, F.P,  $30,000, Call Ray Fitch,      '  h t    i     i    -''���������������      > ������ -***'   ������ -l m  Mobile Homes  '-, DOUBLEWIDES  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 widesJ  For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kingsway,  Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile  Home Assoc.  PP    M.D.L. 25012}, 8917.tfn  SMALL FURN. mobile home.  Elec. heat. Porch addition. On  Pad. $4500; 886:9630.;,    12443-38,  '  : ; ���~-T ������'��� '���-  -.v-  ���'.������''  12X62 STATESMAN  2   bedrm.   Fully   carpeted.  Colonial'' decOr. Deluxe appls.  incl. washer & dryer.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  886-9826  12183-tfn  . 12'x48' BILTMORE with tandem wheels, gas range,  electric fridge, oil gun furnace,  carpets & drapes. Presently  located in Sechelt area. Full  price $5,800.00. Write Box 9960  PRN:' ���    9966-38  Boats & Engines  BRAND New SS245 Grew. Fully  equipped. Ph. 885-3681. 12312-38  12% ft. f-g runabout, 20h.p. Merc.  Used 1 season. $1200. Ph. 885-  9723 evenings. 12425-38  Sailboat, 17 ft. sloop rigged,  cuddy cabin, sleeps 2, 2 h.p.  eng. and stove. Excellent condition. Was asking $1750: now  $1200 for quick sale. 885-2437.   12432-38  12 FT. CRESTJJNER aluminum  boat with oars and 5% HP  Johnson. Ph. 885-2175.     12447-38  Boats & Engines,  16 FT. TRI-HULL c-w 85 HP  Johnson and trailer. Approx. 30  hrs. $4500. Ph. 885-3400 days or  885-3144 even. & Sundays. 12445-40  . s ���*,  Lost   SECRET COVE-Black smoke  Persian spayed female with  copper eyes., No, front claws,  Name "Angel". ��� Call collect,  Tacoma (112-206) 564-8196:  Reward. 12330-38  PENDER HARBOUR. 10 ft.  plywood skiff with 4 HP Evin.  motor. Drifted away. Ph. (112)  277-7624 or 883-9095 weekends.  Reward. 12440-38  GRAY SCHNAUZER dog. (Small  Terrier type) from Malcoms  Rd.   Francis   Penin.   Aug.   8.  Reward. Phone collect 922-6554.  12466-38  Mortgages   MORTGAGE MONEY  AVAILABLE  TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS  CALL US AT  926-3256.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORPORATION LTD.  2438 Marine Dr. West Van.  11852tfn  Livestock  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  Good Tack Selection-  Case Garden Tractors -  Rototillers - Toro Lawnmowers  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527  11548-tfn  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, August 6,1975  Livestock  For Sale  CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans  Berger is coming to Coast:'  Contact Sunshine Fiarm. 885-3450 "  -    994-tfn V  SWIFT Feeds ���- H. Jacobson*  Swift Dealer: Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken  feeds, Horse feed; Hog feed,  Cattle feed. Hay mid other feeds  by order. ' 258-tfn  Pets  DOG GROOMING. 'AU breeds.  Clipping, bathing, trimming,  etc. Joy Walkey 885-2505. 1218948  Wanted to Buy  TIMBER wanted. Let us give you  an estimate. D & O Log Sorting.  886-7896 or 886-7700.        12230-tfn  Anchor and chain for 20 ft. boat.  Phone 885,9061. 12415-38  Propane fridge in good working  condition. Phone (112) 926-2753.  12419-38  ���For Sale  1970 ENTERPRISE oil range,  clean, exc. cond. with 40 IMP  gal. tank, stand, oil, fittings and  copper tubing. Ph. 885-3492.12358-  39  BARK mulch and peat moss. Ph.  885-2993 evenings. 12114-tfn  3M 107 PHOTOCOPIER, prac-  tically brand new, paid $430, a  asking $300. Ph. 886-2207 or 886-  7995 or view at' R.C. Reid,  Barrister & Solicitor, 1557 Gower.  Pt. Rd., Gibsons (above Kruse  Drugstore). 12331-38  ANTIQUE piano. Ph. 885-3146.  12407-39  ADJUSTABLE HEAD rests and  wheels,  5  bolt type  to  fit  Volkswagen. 885-2175.     12448-38  FREE STANDING black metal  acorn., fireplace,   grate   $40.  Phone 885-2908. 12454-38  Gas powered radial saw, 10 in.  $250.1-ton chain blocks$75. Ph.  885-2374, anytime. 12426-38  Colored acorn fireplace. Never  used. New $289, sell $195. For  info. Ph. 8853194. 1242939  2 double box spring and mattresses. Phone 883-9169.12433-38  ������*���*���   ���������!'��� -.��� I���.1���1      I     ���������^.���.���^,|"|,-      ���  ���I".���    .*  Legal N,otice^t;T  I will not be responsible for any  debts contracted in my name  by anyone other than myself on  or after this date 13th August  1975. N. H. Hoffar. Box 1027  Sechelt. 12417-38  COAST HOMES  DoubleWidePriceLbcdhiples  24 x 40 PREMIER, 3 BDRM.  BASE price  $17,675  Price Includes: Frig., Stove, Dra^s; Carpets in  Living Room, Hall, and Master Bedroom. Complete  set-up, delivered and all taxes.  6550 E. Hastings St., Bby., 2, B.C  134 FT. WATERFRONTAGE. With luxuriously finished 4.bdrm 'Executive  Styled' home. Approx. 3600 sq. ft. of living area incl.' 2 1/2 bathrooms,  3 fireplaces, and many other extras plus a command view of Howe  Sound. An added bonus is a 2 bdrm guest cottage.  a i  WHITE STUCCO AND PICKET FENCE: The ideal starter or retirement 2  bdrm part-bsmt home. Completely remodelled 2 years ago. Loc. on  lar'ge view lot in Gibsons. F.P. only $31,500 with terms avail.  VENDOR NEEDS $5,000. "FAST": Therefore he is prepared to sell his  level 70'x 120'view lot on the bluffln Gibsons for $11,000. F.P. This is  not a rock-pile and it's only about 200 yds to a nice pebble beach I  100 FT; WATERFRpNT LOT  serviced including septic tank and fruit trees. Asking $30,000. with  l/3rd Dn. Pymt.  -  LOOKING FOR A PIECE OF "CHEAP" ACREAGE? Look for my sign on Joe  Road; 4.25 acres with Southern exposure. Compare prices in the immediate area and you'll have to agree that this is a good buy at Only  $22,900. _.   -, SECHELT INLET -^ POST & BEAM;T Fully "winterized 2 bdrm'Holiday'  home. Loc. on a "Fantastic View Lot" approx 600' from nice beach and  boat launching ramp. Only $29,500. F.P. Try your Dn. Pymt. to bank  terms.    WATERFRONT ACREAGE: Approx. 3 acres with over 200 ft. of easily  accessible pebble beach waterfrontage. Older 2 storey 4 bdrm home  needs some updating and the trees in the orchard need some pruning.  You should look at this and make an offer I  FULL FINANCING WIJH 15% D.P.  Pads Available  Excellent Service  Full Information on Grants  One Year Warranty (  Single Wide Price Example  12 x 68 PREMIER, 3 BDRM,  BASE PRICE  $13,275  Price Includes: Frig., Stove, Carpet in Living Room,  Drapes. Complete set-up, delivered, and all taxes.  PRICE REDUCED $50,000.: From previous listings for approx. 23 acres  with almost 1 mile of waterfrontage with small bays and beaches. This  property is not very realistically priced gt $88,500. with terms avail.  Water access only.  A FEW WATERFRONT AND CHOICE BUILDING AND RECREATIONAL  LOTS ARE AVAILABLE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SUPPLY ME WITH YOUR  NEEDS AND I'LL TRY TO ACCOMMODATE YOU.  G. KNOWLES  Ph. 298-0541 Ph. 291-2881  1      On weekends call locally: Ph. 885-2662.'.',  HOMES  MCMU -FOWIUMVM  Dlv. of Copplng's Cartown Sales Ltd.  Et&c.       885-9979  VON 3A0 Motor Dealer Lie. 3555  Vancouver Customers Call Toll Free 604-2821  By Bunny-Duck  71  Vf.,,^.���,,  " " ���i'tWiX*,,\,-''%"  ,*e, '---.'.Sn,,  arasaBaaga^^  I,   I        I i " i ' i  l  I     I t          | �� I I Is  I   I   l|M|l|   I   I   >l|     llll1  IH   |'l      11      '|ll   Ml   *    |l I}   ��'       '     '       I  ,l'|"|  I   I      J     ,      I ._ tMMC II,, II !  Ull  ��� t's  The opportunities for top wages and steady employment In mining were never better, Vocational  training courses at the B.C. Mining School, conducted by the Department of Education In Rossland,  provide a 3-month basic course In underground  ' mining and a 4-month basic course In opon pit  mining, The B,C.. Department of Mines offers  training grants of $15$ a month to students'unless  assistance Is avallablo from Canada Manpowor.  Thoro aro openings now for mon and women at tho  B.C. Mining School. Now classes will commence  on Soptombor 2 for opon pit training, and on  Soptombor 15 for underground training. For full  details, write B.C. Mining School, Box 789,  Rossland, B.C,  *3       %      ��     -��--���> iv�� t    a-  .* -.#�� *  I!  L  :  ���.   a.   i~  ����� 1  ^-     ^  \\  -I  1  '  ���  ��� . .  I  1  - a  *-  ���  1   "  i  ���  -E  *  ���  ��� *  -  t  1  t  I    ���*  ��     ���-  , /  /  ���I ���=-'  v       ���   ��������������  ^' 1.  ;   -  \  r  r  *.'  *t*jt  -1*^.,    a i.  -  in-*"j  1  ow t -a  o���� to c  ft  Four government agencies have combined  to combat the problem of drinking driving,  using as their instrument compulsory im-  drtvers courses.  Statistics show that 50 per cent of all accidents  involving a fatality are alcohol  related ��� making impaired drivers one of  the most serious social problems that ejdsts  today. Tor further emphasize the seriousness  of the problem, the federal government's  national roadside survey recently found that  almost a quarter of all drivers on the road at  night had been drinking.  The potential that this represents for injury, death and property damage, not to  mention the heartache* human grief and  suffering involved, is staggering.  The four agencies involved in this unique  venture are the Alcohol & Drug Commission,  the Corrections Branch ot the Attomey-  GeneraPs Department, the Insurance Corporation of .British Columbia,;^  Vehicle Brancii. Each of- these bodies is  charged, in its own right, with the responsibility or dealing in one way or another with  this problem.  The logical step was to combine their  knowledge and resources to carry this work .  even further. The result is the Joint Advisory  Committee, committed to me coordinated  planning and Operation of impaired drivers  courses throughout the whole province. The  advice and experience of the judiciary and  the police is obtained through representation -  from those professions. A number of courses  have already been held in the province and it  is the aim of this Advisory, Committee to  standardize the content and finance a coordinated expansion in the number of courses  ���held. ... .  . ,     ���  The Alcohol and Drug Commission and the  Corrections Branch funded the early courses  but now the Insurance Corporation, one of the  chief beneficiaries of the program, is making  a substantial contribution to the program.  The idea for this kind of course had modest  beginriings in Salmon Arm, B.C., but as a  result of the province-wide showing by the  British Columbia Automobile Association on  the film: "DWI" (Driving While Impaired),  which' focussed on a sbriilar program in  Phoenix, Arizona, in the spring of 1973, the  Nanaimo Community Services (Probation)  Office gathered together information from  Alberta, Salmon Arm, and the Phoenix experience. After a format was develop in  consultation with the Courts and community,  resource'persons in the area, funding was  sought from the Alcohol and Drug Commission (ADC) of B.C. to start a course in  Nanaimo.  Funds were received, a moderator was  subsequently appointed, and tho Nanaimo  IDC became a formal pilot project. On tho  initiative of the local probation officers, and  the ADC, a manual was produced ond  distributed province-wide. There aro now 31  cities ncrass tho province In which local  resource people have set up, or ore In the  process of setting up, impaired ''drivers'  courses, ,  It has been established tliat impaired  drivers courses ore most successful when  local community resource peoplo aro involved under a trained moderator, Such  pooplo as Uio local doctor, police coroner,  Insurance mon, and ambulance driver  contribute to a graphic Illustration of tho  ���consequences of driving \vhlio Impaired ."Tho  course is made up pf four two and a half hour  sessions over four weeks in which the  "students" are shownfilms and given specific  and detailed facts about the effects of alcohol  on the body and the ability to drive.  Discussion sessions between the "students"  and the resource people also form an important part of the program.  These participants are placed on  probation and required tcrtakg the course by a  judge of the court as part of a sentence for  being convicted under one of these sections of  the law ��� driving while ability is impaired,  driving with a blood alcohol level of over .08  per cent or refusing to give a breathalyzer  -sample; ���^������:���-i'^^h-^-,;* :^��^'^-^->*--���y  The Joint Advisory Committee will work  closely with communities in the province to  set up the courses and supply or train  moderators and supply all materials for theii  operation. The chairman of the committee is  Ron J, Boyle of the Corrections Branch.  Members are H.B. Earle of the Insurance  Corporation, Ian Waddell, a member of the  Alcohol & Drug Commission and Arthur Price  of the Motor Vehicle Branch. Each of these  four agencies will also supply additional staff  from their offices who are expert in various  areas of the operation.  The Advisory Committss is encouraging  organizations,. such as service clubs, to  participate in the operation of these courses  in order that local involvement and  knowledge; can be initiated from the outset.  THESE BEAUTIES have tentatively  won Bill Watts (left) eleventh place and  Ron Watts ninth place in the Export 'A'  Fishing Derby held last weekend. Ron's  fish is 24 lbs. ione oiince and Bill's is 24  lbs. even. Results of the derby won't be  finalized until next week. Both fish were  caught off Merry Island. Bill is also in  line for the first salmon over 20 lbs.  caught in the Pender Harbour-Secret  Cove area.  Councils, board:  Three hundred and twenty thousand  copies of the 1975 hunting regulations  synopsis are not being printed and will be  available to the public in the next few days.  The Hon. Jack RadfOrd, Mihistef,  Department of Recreation and Conservation  stated that there are major changes in this  year's regulations and he urges all hunters to  be sure to familiarize themselves with the  new pamphlet before commencing their  hunting trip.  Under the new system the province has  been divided into 217 management units. The  new system will permit the Fish and Wildlife  Branch to intensify wildlife management  practices and programs on various species of  wildlife, throughout British Columbia.  Maps of each of the seven resource  management regions showing the various  management units will be included in the  regulations synopsis.  The new regulations will be abailable to  the public from most sporting goods stores as  well as from Government Agents and Fish  and Wildlife Branch offices throughout the  province. s  Boards and .municipal councils  hold public meetings at the following  times .and places. iw ��� i i  ;  - GibsonsMUage council municipal   Nut fit QOfl   DU Vl SHO  hall, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7 p.m. #  ������Sechelt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Lower flopr,  Gibsons municipal hall).  ���"��� ��� Sechelt village council, municipal,  hall, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  ~ Sushine Coast Regional Board,  Sechelt, meets on the last Thursday of  the month and the Thursday two weeks  prior  to   the   last   Thursday.   Both  meetings  Members of the public may attend  any of ]these meetings but generally  must obtain prior permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  CHARTER BOATS  SCENIC CRUISES  AND FISHING CHARTERS  Undorwator Recovory Work  and Mlnl-Dargo Rental*  Oporatlno from Olhioni and  5ecr��t Coy*  9.00 am  5.00 pm  Ph, 885-3331  Tlio next time you make .your favourite  punch, add a big, colourful block of fruit drink  ico, It's easy. Take a clean half-gallon milk  carton, pour in two cups of lemonado ond  place in tho freezer. When the lemonado has  frozen solid, pour In two cups of chilled  orange drink and freeze. Repeat with a: third  layer of cherry drink, then limeade or any  combination of fruit drink or Juices. Whon you  arc roady t�� serve, pool tho carton away and  float tho boautlful ico block In your prettiest -  punch bowl. You add flavour and flnlr.wlthout  diluting tho punch.  QUESTION: If I substitue brown sugar for  white sugar in a recipe, does this increase the  caloric value?   *  ANSWER: No. One half cup lightly packed  brown sugar contains about the stune number  of calories as one half cup granulated white  sugar.  QUESTION: "Restaurant" vegetables are  always so awful looking ��� mushy ano^ off-  colour. Do they have any food value?  ANSWER: Vegetables with these properties  have been overcooked and their nutritional  value has decreased. Vitamin C is sensitive to  heat, therefore it decreases with cooking.  Minerals and the vitamin B complex are  soluble In the cooking water. Choosing a  restaurant that serves tender, crisp  vegetables will help ensure better nutritional  value!  QUESTION: If tho food value of  pasteurized milk bettor than conned  evaporated milk?  1 ANSWER: Tho. nutritive qualities of  conned evaporated milk ore just as good ns  thoso of fresh pasteurized milk, It has the  added advantage of being homogenized, of  having Vitamins C nnd D added and of being,  absolutely clean and Inexpensive. Sonic  peoplo consider ita flavour to bo Inferior to  jreslimllk while othersthink it la superior.-  trail mmm  ������ v '5.00 per hour  1ALASP1NA RANCH  i  Madeira Park   883-9923  mmt^mmmmmmt*��* .'   ^iijnr^r_mWa]l  inm*  DiHiiiiiiiHii.^- S^��m��W\nw  Serving (Mbtont and Socholl  ����UI ttW BE  .mm mm\  �� Wo'vO.QQttho ��MU i i.............  patlonco ...... method* to  teach anyono how to drlvo.  itSTYH'S BRIM SCHOOL ,,,,0,,4834421  TIDES FOR THE WEEK;  Auguit 13th to 19th  at Point Atkinson  ���-> Hot to bo mod for navigation ���-  Wo  0400  '4,7  So,  0705  4,0  13  10-10  12,7  16  .  o.i as  9,%  0250  13,7  09-10  M,<1  0733  11,0  Th  14'  fr,  ��� 13  ���.,.,,I,...j.  0300      4,4  1213    12,9  0S03    10,3  J033_ J3,ll  "06|T*   4,2"  0140    13.3  06,15" 10,9  113.1    13.3  Sit,  17  003Q  0005  03SS  0905  13,1  3,9  14,0  10,7  Mo,  in  0150 13,0  0910 o,n  0445* 14,1  6930 10,4  MERCURYLAND  srchruv mj&u -f-  ���3  Wednesday, August 13,1975  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  aft. **^��/ft*"**-*�����>��������*-,_  Mary Jackson had just returned to the  Sechelt Indian Reserve after spending the.  day up at the power line. Her,legs were  scratched and sore from walking; it was a  scorching day.  "I've been picking berries, other side of  the road, all in the bushes, climbin' over logs  and that. There's a woman that buys them  from me, puts them in her deep freeze."  Tasked if she was still making baskets.  "I'm still making them yet. Just about out'of  roots now. My boy goes with me to dig up>  roots ��� I have to show him. You have to get  them far from the tree, where they're good  and soft. Ail around this place now there are  cedar trees with rocks in the ground: sand is  better. I look when I'm going picking, but the  weather's so hot.      "  *'In April, May we leave home three or  four days, dig, split the roots, then dry. Wild  Cherry bark is good for trim, but not in Ihe  summer; it curls because of tho sap. ,We look  for good, nice cedar trees up in woods, with no  branches on the root, to split.- My oldest boy  goes > to get if for me; I pay him, gas is  expc ive. Can't do anything for nothing  these days."   ,  Mary began making baskets when"she Tvas  12, in 1906, assisting her foster mother. "My  place is up William's Lake. I was brought up  by her, from seven like her own child. I'd dig  roots for her. When I was still going to school*  ten Or 12 women were making them, sitting in  the shade of a tree. That's when union boats  used to come down, the Lady Cecilia and  Lady Cynthia, excursion boats crowded with  people from town. There was a picnic site  where the Gibsons' police station is now;  there's all houses there now. They'd come  pouring over the reserve, looking for baskets.  "People used to trade in North Vancouver,  or sometimes in Victoria, to sell or trade  them in for clothes, I remember she made a  nice table from cedar roots and sticks; I don't  know how she did it. I just learned from her,  watching her. You tie: the bottom with sticks  together, to getthesBajfey^  I finished the bottom with sticks together, to  get the shape you want to make it. I finished  the bottom of one that's to be two feet high,  want to finish it.  "All the women used to go way up the field  and stay there all day;Their husbands would  go in the evening and bring them down,  bundles and bundles. They used to go  everywhere looking for them. I went up the  bluff where they used to go. You find roots cut  off from before, and the trees, are still alive.  You keep digging to find more. I'm sorting  out roots I bought from a lady. She shakes too  much now to work; I'm still steady enough.  "Some women used to go up Rivers Inlet,  up towards Prince Rupert, when the men  were fishing. I remember they'd come back  with yellow cedar roots, already split. They'd  get grass from Fraser River, for the white  trim, make a fire and scorch it little by little  (but don't burn it). Now I hang corn outside in  the sun until it turns white. They never used^  to use Corn before; we just stert&crthat. Red  ��� put it in tub for three, four months;, throw  in rust iron and water ��� it turns black. That's.  how they used to do it, so I learned it from  them. Some ladies ask me how I dye1, but I  just throw it into water with iron. It's per- ���  manent.  "Some women used to come and watch me  work, but then I got sick.. (Mary had a liver  operation.) One woman in Gibsons started,  then said, "everytlme I put on the stick it  breaks''. 'Well', I told her* 'you've got it on  the wrong side.' I'm teaching a purse how to  make them; she's been here quite a while  now. She's working on a book about my work  and that. Late chief Henry Paul told me if  they want fo learn, they'll have to pay.  "I've got four made (See photograph), one  to a lady from Oregon who came by and paid.  First one I sent to California cost $5 to  register; but I told her I'm not going to pay  for freight anymore ������ too much money. I've  done enough work making the basket."  The four baskets took Mary two weeks to  complete, working 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. every  day, The smallest she sells for $8, the largest  Is $15. A 15-lnch round tray sells for around ,  $70. Mony of Mary's baskets aro on display at  tho Red and Whlto Supermarket In Secholt,  along with a few older articles. Except for  signs of ago, it Is difficult to toll thorn apart;  tho style, patterns and quality of work aro  equally masterful.  There Is a renewed consciousness among  many young people in B.C, native communities of tho importance of learning tho old  ways. But Mary Is alone on the Peninsula In  continuing to weave as sho learned In hor  youth, In spite of tlio many difficulties Involved.  advance orders with Mary Jackson, but sho  said thoro would bo several months delay.  '"Can't take orders until roots aro easier to  get. I got a few roots up by Wakefield Road; a  friend brought mo up. I'm not strong enough  to walk In tho woods; I liavo a fractured hip,  My children were going to bring mo up to  Hope There aro cedar trees along tho water;  , tho roots aro In mud and cosy to get, We'll  stay two or three days nnd get a good lond,  Maybo around September would bo tho best  time,  "it's lots of work doing these things. I'm  ���tho only ono on tho reserve doing Ithow."  f"**       ' -J"        'a* '  \n  ^, �����-*��.-��^va��W(,  J'��^a����#��Sw-^"��sk^->-Vl? -S  -Naay/aj -a.,,*. 1. ��  **��"*** T***" '**-vm ;���"�������� im���*r*  \t\��~*_.k\v  **�� *. a     -a  N * 1       1* il  "���*��� ** *    ���* ���  jC~fcfti**-��'*V**-ai ?�����%>-�����, -    ���    ^.  </��� 4    ,i * * ,,   . V  ***  *       *   * 4       t  ��  r V* % .\ **  " J  V  .-* -aa-w     ��� ^f     a/ *     _^fV  ,-a,^  ��      .a.   V  \  �� s.1  ,-,   ."ill    -   *  The Federation of Canadian Artists will be  ���IMlISi   holding a wood and stone carving workshop  E||I    August 19th, 20, 21 and 22.  Jmm^       The workshop, sponsored ,by the Sunshine  ^^LX^mm    Coast Fine Arts Council, will be held at  :4Xmf/M    Whitaker House in Sechelt,  V��-J-W-M,Y.ifl       The registration fee for this four day  course will be $4.,  ,For further Information phone 805-2080.  ad  EVERY THURSDAY ��� P.MAA, Mooting, Wilson Crook Community Hall ���  Ql30 'p.'cn, .,,"��'.'  EVERY THURSDAY -fliOO p,m��� nihflo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall,   "TOPS", mootlno at Public Hoalth Contro, Ii30-3|00 p,m,  (���VERY FRIDAY    I p.m. ��� 3 p,m, Glbioni Unltod Church Womann Thrill Shop.  ���first Monday o| ooch month 2 p.m, ��oclol oathorlnn, Third Monday of each  month 2 p.m. gonoral mootlno, Hoalth Contro, Gllnonn,  MobileUnd&Jlarlne  Sates & Service  Socholt  ELECTRONICS  and  APPLIANCES  005-2 568  The pEmNSULA^Wd.  P.O. Box 310f Sechelt, B.C  Telephone 885-3231  'V.-*'  ���  ���v Premiering tonight and running through  Friday at the Twilight Theatre is 'Sharks'  Treasure', the story of four men who do battle  jvithj^rks, escaped,,^  'Produced,- written and directed by Cornel  Wilde, he also stars in tho film as a tough sea  captain who takes a chance on finding goldpn  the ocean floor. The film gained some  notoriety prior tp its release for their decision  to use live sharks in all sequences resulting in  a very close call for one of the divers when a  shark managed to penetrate the safety cage  from which the filming was done. More than a  simple actiOn-ddVenture film, some time has  been_devoted to providing the characters'"  relationships with each other. The evolution  of the crew members' relationships during  the film provides an effective background for  the action.  Running Saturday through Tuesday is a  Walt Disney double bill for family audiences.'  Topof the bill is a Jules Verne type adventure  'The Island at the Top of the World', filmed in  the Arctic Circle. Supporting it is a short  animated feature, 'Winnie the Pooh and  Tigger Too'. John Whedon's screenplay for  'Island' concerns a fantastic adventure which  begins in; London in .1907 and uses special  effectsto a large extent. Not to be overlooked  is the Oscar winning music score, and the  efforts of hardworking actors.  SAYING her goodbye's and thank you's  was Miss Cavalcade 1974 Perry Bradshaw. '���..���''  The world's record brook trout was caught  by a Doctor Cook-while vacationing in  Nipigon in 1916. The fish weighed 14 lbs. 8 oz.  and it was caught with a minnow.  The Recreational Site in Roberts Creek  will be the scene'"* Of . Elizab.ethan entertainment Sunday, August 24, at 2 p.m.  Eight top Shakespearean performers  coached by well-known Vancouver drama  teacher Mrs. Dadye-Rutherford and Mrs.  Francis Palmer, past president of the Vancouver Shakespeare .Society .will be performing excerpts from Shakespeare's plays.  The Sunshine Coast Madrigal Group will  supplement the program with music of the  Elizabethan period.  Persons planning to attend the performance are encouraged to w.ear comfortable shoes in that the performance is not  only a stroll back in time but also a 15 minute  walk back to the Recreational Site's Natural  Amphitheatre.  SAT^SUNoiOle  mimii  [and] WALT DISNEY  1^������ -      presents  WISifSIE the P60H  andTICGEBTOOi  TECHNICOLOR6 c v,.���D.an,,p,ooUc,m.  * GENERAL *  J If ��� ��� ������ ��� mJ  !;r\nr\n  mu  et Acquainted Hour 9-7 p.m.  liffet pinner 7:00 p.iti.  'ickets $2S�� eacl awaiBalle  j.��?  ,*',  SIJ^����^ST ESTAtES'  6-2241  or mone  FOR H9F0R1AT10N  Get Yoar Tickets Early  *        ��   .   ��        *        .        .        ��  'ring Your Questions  SPO^SOBEP BY THE 1ACSCEHZIE  CONSTIIUE^CY SOCRED ASSOCIATION  .a Box 1189, Sechelt, 885-3S3S - If you '���had your druthers and could talk  with Mayor Drapeau about the Olympics,  perhaps you'd.tell him the 1976 Montreal  Olympics are the best thing to happen to  Canada and you'll willingly pay $10 or more  per person to help defray the deficit, or  maybe you have other opinions. Whichever ���  CBC Radio brings Canadians from coast to  coast the opportunity to discuss the '76  Olympics with Mayor Drapeau, the guest on  Summer Switchboard, Sunday, August 17  from 2:10 p.m. to 4 p.m.  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13  Concern 8:03 p.m. Business and the Mid-  Life Crises ��� Whoever heard of a  businessman not in it to make money? Why  does he see his job as his art, why is he  creative, why is there a link between death  and the mid-life crisis? Learn how to make  money and live happily ever after.  THURSDAY,'AUGUST 14  Themes and Variations 8:03 p.m. Part I ���  Robert Verebes, viola, Larry Combs,  clarinet, Charles Reiner, piano, in concert  from McGill University. Sonata No. 1 in F  minor,.Brahms; Trio in Four Movements,  Papineau ��� Couture; Sonata No. 2 in E flat,  Brahms; Trio K. 498, Mozart. Part Ii,  Vancouver Bach Choir, conducted by Simon  Streatfield and Jon Washburn; Edward  Norman, organ, Joyce McGuire, piano.  Jazz Radio-Canada 10:30 p.m. music of  Lambert  Hendricks   and  Ross,   Clifford  Brown, Bud Powell and Sonny Rollins.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 15  Canadian Concert Hall 2:30 p.m. Talmon  Hertz, cello, Charles Foreman, piano. Sonata  in G minor, Rachmaninoff. Part; TJ. Mikael  Eliaser and Charles Reiner, duo-pianists.  Music by Faure, Grieg, Rachmaninoff.  Between Ourselves 8:03 p.m. The Rebel  Judge ���a portrait of Lewis St. George  Stubbs, a controversial judge whose outspoken attitudes shook the complacent  judicial system of Manitoba 40 years ago.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 16  Our Native Land 12:10 p.m. Indians and  the Church ��� a short historical look at the  church and what it has done for and-or to  native people.  Opera By Request 2:03 p.m. Part 1 Medea;  Luisa Miller, Verdi. Voices of Dorothy  Maynor, Elizabeth Rethberg, Giov.aT.ni  Martinelli and Igor Gorin. Part II Baroque  Opera, selections by Handel and Rameau.  Music de Chez Nous 6:30 p.m. Mireille  Lagace, harpsichord. Goldberg Variations,  Bach.  CBC Stage 8:03 p.m. Mrs. Blood adapted  from her novel by Audrey Thomas ���a  stream of consciousness work centering on  the problems of an American woman living in  Africa.  My Word 9 p.m. a game of words played by '  people whose business is words.  '  Anthology 10:03 p.m. A story, 'A Day on  the Trail" by Florjs McLaren to coincide with  Discovery Day in Dawson., Yukon.  Music Alive 11:03 p.m. CBC Festival  Orchestra, Lois Marshall, soprano.  Paraphrase in Polyphon A, Brott;  Sheherazade," Ravel; ��� Symphonis  Metamorphoses on themes by Weber, Hin-  demith.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 17  Voice of the Pioneer 8:40 a.m. Bill McNeill  talks with 98 year old Mrs. Evelyn Ashton  Cameron of B.C.  The Bush and the Salon 1:03 p.m. PeaCe  River Jim tells the story of James Kennedy  Cornwall and his 1910 expedition into Peace  River Country.  Summer Switchboard 2:10 Host Eric  Friesen guest Mayor Jean Drapeau, topic ���  Olympics ��� cross country phone-in.  Children of our Time 4 p.m. Documentary  by award-winning producer-director Larry  Gosnell (Air of Death, One Way to Quit)  which poignantly illustrates how today's  children are affected by breakups and  changes in the family unit. The children, their  own spokesman on the program, are  profoundly affected by such things as  divorce, separation, unwed parents and  unstable family conditions forcing them into  i  * Put your message into 4,000  homes (15,000 readers) in  these economical spots. Your  ad is always there rpr quick  reference  .   .   .  anytime!  ��mt  foster homes. Voice-over narrator is George  Finstad.  Variety International 5 p.m. Part 1 Eartha  Kitt in concert. Part II conclusion of Sammy  Cahn profile. *  The Entertainers 7:03. A feast of Fats ���  repeat by popular demand of Rod  Coneybear's portrait of the late great jazzman Fats Waller.  Summer Music from Vancouver Island <  9:03 p.m. Purcell String Quartet,. Robert  Creech, horn. Quartet in B flat, Hadyn; Horn  Quintet, Bernard Heiden; Quartet in F major.  Ravel. Recorded at the Courtenay Youth  Music camp.    ���, ��� * .  CBC Playhouse 10:30 p.m. The Scientific  Humanist by Brian Friel adapted by Hugh  Swandel.  MONDAY, AUGUST  18  Music of our People 8:03 p.m. Linda  Valmonte from the PhUlipines sings songs of  Tagalo. Music arranged by Milan Kymlicka.  Identities 8:30 p.m. Music fromu the  Phillippines and Brazil.  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 p.m.  Part ni of the BBC special on the Beachboys.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 19  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03, p.m. Part I  Stagford by Czech novelist Jiri Hochman,  dramatized by Vera Blackwell. Otto Lowy,  Jan Rubes and an all Czech cast are featured  in this fantasy which - contrasts pre-war  village life with present day Czechoslovakia.  Part n. Vancouver Chamber Orchestra plays  the Czech Suite, Op 39 by Dvorak.  PageB-6  The) Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August  13,1975  K  The initial mailing of the questionnaires concerning public attitudes about the future of the Sechelt vicinity (the area bounded  by Sargeant Bay, Tuwanek Point and Browning Road) has now  been completed. Any person who has not received a cppy of the  questionnaire can obtain one from the offices of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District on Wharf Road, Sechelt, postal address  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C., telephone 885-2261.  All interested,people are invited to complete and return this  questionnaire. Your participation will be appreciated.  A. Stott, Regional Planner  for: The Sechelt Vicinity  Community Planning Committee  * Here's an economical way to  reach 4,000 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference  ....   anytime!  AUTOMOTIVE   SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  -Valve ond Seat Grinding  '  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Madeira Park        ���       Phone 883-2711  HOURS  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday .10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to  3 p.m.  Gibsons 8 Pender: Monday-Thursday  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  TEDS BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  TED DONLEY Pender-Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-2622  Box 7 3, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  . For All Your  Building Needs  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  HARBOUR BUILDERS  Alteration ��� Framing ��� Foundations ���  Additions and finishing  80p.9062 day or night  MadolraPark  BUILDING SUPPLIES   {���,  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  Hwy. 10)  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  |tho Plywood Pooplo)  AlLPLYWOODi  Exotic and Construction  Panolllno ��� Doors ��� Mouldings  Gluos . Insulation  ��� Glluoni i���  086-9221  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  119711 LTD,  "All, nUILDING MATERIALS"  "RI-ADYsMIX"  'CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "--"���""���"WESTWOOD I fOMIaS"'*"*"" '"*"~  "GENERAL PAINT"   ,  "86.2642 086.7033  Highway 101 ��� Gibson*  Aluminum Railing  lor balconies, patios, sundeck*, fence*.  NO RUST * NO ROT * NO MAINTENANCE  for tho host rail, the best prlco  -"andfoil iervice, Colli  PAULJUNTUNEN  805-2837 aftor6j00p.m.  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET ft CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  ,.��� ,..��� ��� -.,..Wn CLEAN WITIU,,..-..   ' ARGOSHEEN  (froo estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR) 005-9327  phone 12-1 p.m, or offer 5 p.m.  CARPET CLEANING(confd)  ���   Carpet Cleaning  By ARGOSHEEN  Headquarters at Seaview Market, Roberts Creek  885-3400  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. * Monday to Saturday  Coast Carpet Care  CO NTR ACTO RS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, AND  BACKHOE WORK  TELEPHONE 886.9824  R.R. 2. Gibsons  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  to serve you.  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  EGMONT CONTRACTING  D7F Cat * Backhoe  , Landclearlng * Road Building  Water and Sower Systoms  [883-90661  Dorhn J. Bosch  AL COOK CONTRACTING  Insured Work  Contract Logging  Land Clearing  Road Construction  Phone:885-2944  or wrlto Box 1158, Socholt  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dbmp Truck ��� Backhoo ��� Cat  Wator, Sowor, Dralnago Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  L&H SWANSON LTD.  REAPY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravol ��� Backhoo  Ditching ��� Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666,    Box 172,    Socholt, B.C.  Larry's Drywall Sorvlcos  Special 1*1 ng In drywall applications  Insulated and textured codings  R.R. /fl, SochoH                          88S-2464  ' L. E. FRAPETTE   ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taping and Filling by hand and machlno  Spraytox Sparkle Ceilings  PHONE 005-2936  a fmtmmmmm** ��� .,i ,i,,-,,,,. lmlmmmmm m,m���,mmmmm.immmm.mmtt,.m,,n���p�� ������ ����� ��� m  H. BANKA MASONARY LTD.  Stucco, Brick, Block, Stono, Concrete  SPECIALIZING IN THE REPAIR OF FIREPLACES,  OVER 0 YEARS IN LOCAL AREA  phono or wrlto 11. Bnnka  7370 Ollloy Avo,, llurnoby  Phone |1I2| 433-3137  TRINCOMALI TRUCKING  Box 100  Madeira Park  003-9122  , Fill-Sand-Gravol  DralnrocK: Top Soil  CONTRACTORS��(cont'<tt  MASTER PAINTING  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Reasonable Rates  Phone 885-2325  Between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm  * STUCCO *  BUCK ENTERPRISES  [Tom McKenzie]  Phone 885-3198  Box 329  Sechelt  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  * Light Clearing * Backhoe.  * Landscaping * Gravel  Bob Gurney 886-9020 [Local 115]  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PenConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  * Experts in concrete foundations  * Framing * Roofing  VINYL SIDING  contact:  T. R. CONSTRUCTION LTD.  886-9527  mammxmaammmeaammBmmmaaaammmmmammammmmamcmmm  DISPOSAL SERVICES  PENDER  HARBOUR   DISPOSAL  SERVICES  Weekly Garbage Pick-Up  Rubbish Removal etc.   ���  Barry & Dan Loach 883-9133  FREEZER FOODS  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  To|. 886.2938 ir 885-9973  whon   ronovatlng   or   spring   cleaning   call   us  for your disposal noods,  Commorclal Containers Avallablo  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phono 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  PACIFIC MASONERY  SpoclaliJing In   STONE RETAINING WAl.l9'*vHRPI'l,A<.fi8     *  FACINOS RRICK3 �� BLOCKS  COMMERCIAL    - RESIDENTIAL  886-7056  Box 02 4 Gibson*  FMM ElECTRIC LTD,  Since 1947  RHONE 805-2062__,  ElECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  D.W. LAMONT  Eloctrlcal Contractor  R. R, 1, Madolra Park  Phono 003-2749  Pondor Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Rosldontlal. Industrial ��� Coniniorclnl  All work Qt.nr,anloo(i ��� Turn nsllmatn*  Joe McCann, Box 187, Modelro Park  Phone 003-9913  SUPERIOR electric Co,  .     Soclielf. "ri.C,   Coll n03a2.4l2 lor Froo Estimates,  Guaranteed Work and Reasonable Ratos,  R, Simpkins, Lie EUclrlcInn  POWELL RIVER  READY RESERVE FOODS  Will store up to 20 years I  For further information call:  Sechelt Rep. O. Shinn 885-2816  Mon. thru Fri.  Between 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.  FLbbRiNG-CABiN^  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennett, sales manager  Phone 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  PLUMBING & HEATING  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  Gas, Oil and Electric Furnaces  Gutters, Flashing and Venting Jobs  Ph. 885-2466 * Box726 * Sechelt, B.C.  Bus: 886-9533  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Contract and Renovation Work  RAY COATES  886-7872  RICK WRAY  886-7838  RADIATORS  Cowrie Street  Sechelt  Phone  885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phono 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ��� Full Hotel Facilities ���  MACHINE SHOPS  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acetylene Welding  Steel Fabrlcatlng-MarineWays  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE 8 INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ���- Canoes  ������Runabouts  -���Used Boat Sales  FREE   ESTIMATES-PHQ86.960.4   or   006.9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Comploto Marlno Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers ,  TRAIL BAY SPORT5 UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouvor toll frooi 609.5019  G & E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK!  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  ROOFING  RELIABLE ROOFING  Tar & Gravel  Duroid * Shakes  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-3545  Box 30, R.R. #1, Sechelt  PENDER HARBOUR ROOFING  New Roof or Re-Roofing  Duroid * Shakes  FREE ESTIMATES  Box 225 Madeira Park  885-9585  or  883-2294  RENTALS  MASONRY  J.RHODE  Masonry Construction  BRICK 'BLOCK "STONE  FIREPLACES'FACINGS  70-15, M?ndS����� Surry, B.C.        Phon��B?M7.y  ���       ������ ���"'���"����� i   i ��� i i    J & P PEDERSEN  ���,������_,.,Maoonory Contractora Ltd,-* ~   -  * Induatriql and Rosldontlal  Phono 885-9015 or [112] 581-2406  10970-146A St.,Surroy  MOVING a, STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  1'ocklnQ Materials for salo  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No, \ Movers  Ph. 806-2664, R.R, 1 Gibsons  A.C. RENTALS LTD,  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS ond SALES  Easy   Strip   Concrete   Forming   Systems   -   Com  pressors  -   Rototillers   <-i Generators   -   Pumps  Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585   ��� -    i  ��� - -..-.. ,,     , f .       . i .1      i  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment   ���  from.Rug Shanjpooers to Lighting Plants  R.R. 1, Davis Bay, 885-2848   ������   ���    ������ ��������� --��� - '���    -.   .. .1   ..    . .     . M  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 eves.  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-7525  SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards ��� Banners ��� Truck Lettering  Boats ��� Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Secholt  Phone 885-2606  G.B. PAINTING  Exteriors, Interiors  CommercialSites ���  FREE ESTIMATES  Call Evenings:  885-3301 or 885-3428  SURVEYORS  REPAIR SERVICE  C. H. Enterprises  GUARANTEED REPAIRS  To Wqshors, Dryors, Rangers (commercial and  domestic), Bollors and Hoqtlng,  R.R. ��1, Davis Bay  Phone Cliff B8S-9721  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  Socholt, B.C.        "'���'  APPLIANCES��� HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  *   Phono 885-9713  ROOFING  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C; LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 805-2625 Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building -Wharf Stroot  Box 609 .Socholt, B.C,  805-2332  TIRES  NURSERY  Mack'd Nurtory - Roborti Crook  l.ond��apino^"5hrijbi'���Frii1I^Trber���-F��rilllier''  ,    Borry Plants ��� Bedding Plants . Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  landscaping and trees  Sun��hln�� Coa��t Hwy.     Ph. 886-2684  BILL BLACK ROOFING LTD.  _^,^Durold,Shlnglo�����r?rJar.A.GravoLw^  Now Roof or Ro-Roof  GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP  0 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Box 281, Gibsons 806-7320  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbsons, B.C, ��� Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands avallablo  Monday to Saturday Bi30 a.m, to 5i30 p,m,  Friday evening by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Comploto Tree Sorvlco  ,�����.,,. �����PromptrGuaranteed,-Insured Work -~  Prlcos You Can Trust  Phono Ji RISDEY, 085-2109  T.V. and RADIO  J h\ C ELECTRONICS  PHIkCp-fORD SAWS* SERVICE   ,  -������-���-���-���-       -�� we service all brands ���������---���  005.2568  across from Iho Rod �� Whlto   SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  a SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  qnd ZENITH PHALERS  "IN THE HEART OP DOWNTOWN SECHRU"   ., no?79?,Socho!tJ:r|iono.00390|6.,L.,   CLOSED ON MONDAYS  w  H  I  1  r\n  [PAY!  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Channel 8 ��� 9:00 p.m. ��� The Law is a  movie dealing with the concern of a public  defender's efforts to help a youth who is  arrested on a drug violation and later  charged with murder. Its strength lies in its  uncompromising portrait bf American justice  replete with deals, plea bargaining and red  tape.  Channel 8 ��� 12:30 ��� Pqpi features Alan  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL ��  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 12  2  00  15  30  45  Coronation  Street  Edge Of  Night  $10,000  Pyramid  One Life  To Live  Another  World  Another  World  The  FBI  Edge Of  Night  New Price  Is Riaht  Match  Game  American  Wife"  Good  Word  New Price  Is Riaht  Dealer's  Choice  00  15  30  45  Juliette  Juliette  Thirty  Edmonton  General  Hospital  Brady  Bunch  Somerset  .Somerset  Movie:  "Smiley"  It's Your  Move  Take  Thirty  Musical  Chairs  Dinahl  Dinaht  He Knows  She Knows  Another  World  About  faces  Diamond  Head  00  15  30  45  Family  Court  Forest  Rangers  Merv  Griffin  Merv  Griffin  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Family .  Court  Forest  Rangers '  Dinahl  Dinahl  Dinah  Dinahl  Another  World  Brady  Bunch  Funorama  Peter  Potamus  Merv  5  oo  15  30  45  Expo  Baseball  "San ,  Francisco  Merv  Griffin  News  News  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  Expo "���  Baseball  "San  Franc isco  News  News  News  News  Ironside  Ironside  ironside  Ironside  Griffin  Merv  Griffin  Merv  00  15  30  45  At  Montreal"  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  ���At  Montreal"  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  Mike  Douglas  News  News  News  News  Griffin  News  Walter  Cronkite  00  15  30  45  Baseball Seattle Truth Or Cont'd Mike That's Magic  Baseball Sounders Consequences Cont'd Douglas My t,arHe,'n    .  Sports Soccer Treasure Sports Mike Mama Hollywood  Report Show Hunt    , Report Douglas Cont d Squares  00  15  30  45  Hourglass  Hourglass  Hourglass  Hourglass  That's My  Mama  Movie:  "Bad  Little  House  On The  Prairie  Flying  Nun  Brady  Bunch  Tony  Orlando  &  Dawn  National  Geographic  "LasF  Vikings"  Dr. In The  Holise  MASH  MASH  00  15  30  45  Wild  Kingdom  Partridge  Family  Ronald"  Kim  Hunter  Cont'd  Lucas  Tanner  Lucas  Tanner  Little  House  On The  Prairie  Cannon  Cannon  Cannon  Cannon  Movie:  "The  Law"  Cont'd  Owen  Marshall  Owen  Marshall  10  oo  15  30  45  Music  Machine  TBA  TBA  The  Jim  Stafford  Show  Petrocelli  Petrocelli  Petrocelli  Petrocelli  Ironside  Ironside  Ironside  Ironside  Mannix  Mannix  Mannix  Mannix  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Special:  "All In  The  Family"  11  00  15  30  45  News  News  Viewpoint  News  News  News  Special:  "Candid  News  News  Tonight  Show  12  00 Playbill:  15 "Fear  -30 Strikes  45 Cont'd  Camera  25th  Anniversary"  Cont'd  Tonight  Show  Tonight  Show.  News  News  Cont'd  Dragnet  News  News  The  Cont'd  Dragnet.  News  News  Movie:  News  Protectors  News  "Three  Movie:  Movie:  News  Bullets  " Investigation  "War  News  For A  ..Citizen...  Lover"  Movie:  Long  Suspicion"  Co ota ������,.,.  _,!.'PPP.U'.:-,..  .,-..:,GunV-;-  Arkin as a Puerto Rican widower struggling  to free his sons from the bad influences of  ghetto life. Filmed in Miami and New York.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 14    .  Channel 5 ��� 9:00 p.m. ��� Rachel, Rachel  stars Joanne Woodward in a movie directed  by her husband Paul Newman. She portrays  the loneliness and frustration of Rachel  Cameron, a spinster schoolteacher who, at 35,  begins seeking a way out of her loveless life in  a small town. Her emotional release during a  local revival meeting opens the way for a  bittersweet affair with a former classmate.  Channel 12 ��� 9:30 p.m. ��� A Breath of  Scandal is Ferenc Mdlnar's romantic play  Olympia, embellished by handsome sets and  costumes. Stars Sophia Loren and Maurice  Chevalier.  Channel 2 ���12:00 ��� High Treason deals  with the Scotland Yard's investigation of the  explosion of a munitions ship. Stars Liam  Redmond, Andre Morell and Anthony  Bushell.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 15  Channel 8 ��� 8:30 p.m. ��� The Big Ripoff  stars Tony Curtis as a suave but unlucky  gambler who uses a sleuth's deductive  powers and a con artist's guile to make  enough money to pay off his mobster  creditors. This is the pilot for McCoy, a series  scheduled to begin this fall.  Channel 12 ��� 9:00 p.m. ��� Barefoot in the  Park is about young marrieds played by Jane  Fonda and Robert Redford in a hopeless  Greenwhich Village flat. Directed in New  York by Gene Saks, also features Charles  Boyer.  Channel 12 ���11:15 p.m. ��� Once a Thief  stars Alain Delon as an ex-con trying to go  straight in spite of a police inspector. Also  features Ann Margaret, Van Heflin and Jack  Palance.-  SATURDAY, AUGUST 16  Channel 5 ��� 9:00 p.m. ��� Manchurian  Candidate stars Frank Sinatra, Laurence  Harvey and Janet Leigh in the story of a  highly respected army officer who returns  home and joins army intelligence after  having been brainwashed and trained as an  assassin.  Channel 8 ��� 12:00 ��� Cromwell stars  Richard Harris, Alex Guiness and Robert  Morley in an historical drama. England at the  time of Charles I is divided by overwhelming  political troubles. English persecution of the  Catholics in Ireland, impending war with  Scotland and injustices -of the King's court  lead Cromwell to rise up against his King.  Channel 12 -r 11:30 p,nif t- The Tender  Trap is the story of a debonaire New York  bachelor with a flock of career girls trying to  catch him who meets a girl with her Own  ideas of a marriage plan and falls into her  tender trap. Stars Frank Sinatra and Debbie  Reynolds.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 17  Channel 8 ��� 7:00 p.m. ��� Columlbo:  Negative Reaction is the story of a soft-  spoken wealthy photographer who plots to  liberate himself from his domineering wife.  Stars Peter Falk and Dick Van Dyke.  Channel 4 ��� 8:30 p.m. ��� Indict and  Convict is a courtroom drama which involves  the Attorney General's investigation of a  prominent public official suspected of  murdering his wife and her lover. Stars  George Gizzard, Susan Howard, Myrna Loy  and Eli Wallacha  Channel 12 ��� 11:30 p.m. ��� Duel of the  Titans is about twin sons Romulus and Remus  abandoned by their royal mother in order to  save them. They are raised by a she-wolf and  upon manhood they accept a challenge to the  MONDAY, AUGUST 18  Channel 4 ��� 9:00 p.m. ��� Romance of a  Horsethief stars Yul Brynner and Eli Wallach  in a comedy adventure abour a Cossack  captain who is outmatched by crafty peasants  in 1904 Poland.  Channel 12 ��� 11:30 p.m. ��� A Walk with  Love and Death protrays the effect of the war  upon two young lovers in this drama set in  medieval France. Stars Assaf Dayan and  Anjelica Huston.  Channel 8 ��� 2:10 a.m. ��� His Girl Friday  stars Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in the  story of reporters who help a condemned man  escape. Sheknowshis execution is planned as  a vote-getting measure.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 19  Channel 12 ��� 7:00 p.m. ��� From Earth to  the Moon is Jules Verne's science fiction  thriller of three men and a girl who rocketed  to the moon. Stars Joseph Cotten, George  Sanders atid Debra Paget. ���  .Channel 4 ��� 8:30 p.m. '������ Every Man  Needs One stars Ken Berry and Connie  Stevens in the story of a swinging bachelor  architect who hires a spunky woman  assistant against his better judgement and a  battle of the sexes ensues.  . .->  If your TV's not  like it should...call ��n US.  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13  Channel 7 ��� 10:00 p.m. ��� Englebert  Humperdinck in Bermuda is a musical tour of  the island as Humperdinck sings on ships and  beaches. His special guest is Anne Murray.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 14  Channel 8 ��� 9:30 p.m. ��� Towards  Tomorrow features Earth, no Vacancy:  Limits to Growth which looks at a study by  MIT researcher Dennis Meadows focusing on  the consequences of unchecked birth rates  and limited resources.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 15  Channel 2 ���12:30 p.m. ��� Canadian Open  Tennis brings the top match of the day ip the  Rothman's Canadian Open Tennis Championships in Toronto. Scheduled to compete  "for $130,000 in prize money are Rod Laver,  Uie Nastase, Bjorn Borg, Julie Heldman and  other champion players.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 16  Channel 8 ���1:00 p.m. ��� Canadian Little  League 1975 National Championship presents  five little league teams in a round-robin  tournament with each team playing the other  team once. The final sudden-death challenge  between the two top teams will be featured  live from Calgary.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 17  Channel4L���; 6:30 p.m. ��� Wmdow on the  serving the entire Sunshine Coast  The Peninsula Times PageB-7  Wednesday, August 13,1975  World presents the story of Nikita Khrushchev, told in his own words from his authentic  memoirs, Khrushchev Remembers and  covers 40 years of Russian history along with  personal events in the leader's life.  Channel 12 ��� 11:00 a.m. ��� CBS sports  special features the Sammy Davis Jr.  Greater Hartford Open r- the closing round of  the $200,000 open from Wethersfield, Conn.  gets niosf@FS  WYOMING -rk Sechelt man is listed  among the 368 persons who are candidates for  degrees at the University of Wyoming in  Laramie.  According to a university spokesman,  Michael Wilson of Sechelt is a candidate for  his Master of Arts degree in Anthropology. He  is one of two Canadians attending the  university. -. J  The degrees were scheduled to be awarded  during the, summer commencement exercises at the university August 1.  r   He is one of 147 listed, for masters degrees.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 14  CHAMNEU 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL��  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 12  00 Coronation  15 Street  30 Edge Of  45 Night  "Oh!  Baby,  Baby.  Baby''  Another  World  Another  World  The  FBI  Price Is  Right  Match  Game  Guinness  Cont'd  Good  Word   Price Is  Right  Dealer's  C ho ice.  3  00 Juliette  15 Juliette  30 Thirty.  45 Winnipeg  General  Hospital  Brady  Bunch  Somerset  Somerset  Movie:  "Ideal  It's Your  Move  Take  Thirty  Musical  Chairs  Dinahl  Dinahl  He Knows  She Knows  Another  World  All About  Faces  Diamond  Head  00 Family  15 Court  30 Forest  45 Rangers  Merv  Griffin  Merv  Griffin  Husband"  Paulette  Goddard  Cont'd  Family  Court  Forest  Rangers  Dinahl  Dinahl  Dinahl  Dinah!  Another  World  Brady  Bunch *  Funorama  Brady  Kids  Merv  00 .  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DHa^  Movloi  "Evary  Adam  Promloro<  "lira  PoTlco  Story  Good  111  Excuse My  froncli  Movlo  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  tt  imoi  an,  . ,00(l|  Ono'',  Cont'd  lawall  ���Ivo O  .lawall  ���Ivo O-  to  oT1  I lend I Ino  Hunter*-"w  10:A��   te,,flro S  ���<��'   m:     Wt  ft  flaK .1  iio'i Horo  t, !,<'���>_  Bnrnoby  Jonoi  IJarnaby  Jonoi  orry O  orry O  orry O  arry O  .pva Thy  NolohWur  wnn ��  vlnnnlx  Nowi  ^owi  ^owi  Nowi  vowi  ^ewt  w  Nowi  Tonlgl  Show  Nowi  Nowi  tha  Protoctori  wnnln  onnlK  H  tornatlonal  5  *f  io Dowrt  wo  acot"  ont'd ���  if  Sb  it  night  Mpvloi  "Fnrry  onp Kono  I?.  yuioldo  Comrnandoi"  Cont'd  Movloi  "A Sono  Remember'  Mono  Cont  Con  Cont  lomoni  IS  f'd  MORTGAGES  1st-2nd-3rd   *  ** Compotltlvo rato�� to any amount  *'*''Buylno'��li'omo*W"coniollddtlon"  CALL TOM McALLISTCRCOUECTi  [112] 736-0382 or 907-317?  R��pr������ntntlv�� on th* comt weekly  WINDSOR  INVESTMENTS LTD.  1/603-2695 Granvlllo St.  Vancouvor  mil  _~- We Carry - - -*   the Complete'tine of  Km$CH DRAPERY  mROWARE  SECHELT DISTRIBUTORS  885-2922 *���>,-�� "*-���',  n mriP K  *%(    w    /,  JIS kl - ���   .��� Ji'  ULLEHAMMER, NORWAY - Jim Smith  of Sechelt was one of 1,300 Canadian Boy  ���Scouts who took part in opening ceremonies  here for the 14th World Jaboree when King  Olav V of Norway declared Nordjamb '75  open.  King Olav asked the Scouts to "raise and  give a mighty cheer" for the spirit of in-,  ternational Scouting, brothership and  friendship throughout the world.  As the 15,000 Scouts gathered here at the  Althing arena and formed the shape of a hand  with the five fingers outspread, flags from 94  countries were raised to the top of flag poles  by Scouts of the five Nordic countries which  are host for the ten day Jamboree.  The Canadian contingent, headed by  Lieutenant General Bill Carr, National  Commissioner, presented a flag which once  flew over the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.  The opening ceremonies included the  launching of balloons carrying a greeting  from the Jamboree, the singing of the  Jamboree song by the Scouts.  Japanese Scout Yoshii Hidetomi carried in  a torch which he passed to Norwegian Scout  Hans Dalsgaard who then lit the flame which  will burn throughout the Jamboree.  Canadian Scouts continued to arrive late  into the evening after a long hot day of'  travelling from the various points in Denmark and Sweden where they lived with other  Scouts uhtil the start of the Jamboree. The  last group to arrive had a two and one half  mile hike through the camp before setting up  their camp in the bright twilight of a Nor  wegian night.  The Scouts are living in ten tent camps  spread along the Lagen River, near the Mjosa  Lake, in Central Norway. Weather conditions  are holding steady with the temperatures  near 30 degrees with cloudless skies and light  winds. Daylight here starts about 4 a.m. and  lasting until 10:30 at night.  The Scouts will start into the Jamboree  program Wednesday which includes Viking  adventures, water activities and Nordic  cultural informative briefings. The Canadian  Scouts will spend the next ten days working,  playing and visiting with fellow Scouts from  the 94 countries represented at the Jamboree.  The significant factor in producing the  metabolic changes in the human nervous  system is the deep state of rest enjoyed  during transcendental mediation. We know  from personal experience that value of rest as  the basis of activity, "we know that if we  don't get enough sleep, we become tired and  less alert, which ��� results in reduced enjoyment and decreased efficiency of, functioning.  Deep sleep allows the body to throw off  fatigue, tension and stress and allows the  system to rejuvenate itself so that it can  function better during the waking hours.  Without sleep, this re juvinatlon could not take  place, the body would rapidly deteriorate and  the person would soon die. During dreaming  other processed take place which relievo tho  mind of stress and tension. Experiments with  dream deprivation have shown that a person  needs to dream.  If ho is denied dreaming, ho rapidly  develops psychological symptoms, such as  haluclnation, disorientation and uncoordinated mental activity,  Apparently, the physiological nnd  biochemical cliangcs of deep rest which occur  during TM relievo tho strains and stresses  accumulated on tho nervous system itself  more efficiently than during dreaming or  sleeping. It sconus thnt moro scasltlvo areas  of tho nervous system are enlivened nnd  rojuvlnatcd by TM. Thus, .deprivation of tho  state of transcending leaves tho nervous  system filled with deep-rooted stresses which  deprive n mnn of tho opportunity to use his  iull range of .capabilities. As a result, ho tools  unfulfilled. TM, by providing tho depth of rest  nocossnry to dissolve accumulated stress,  allows for greater efficiency of functioning  nnd hence greater enjoyment of life,  The Sechelt TM contro offers rogulnr  training seminars, Watch for tho nd In tho  Times. For more Information, Bfl!>-:.342 or box  43, Sechelt,  SECRET COVE ��� Area B's Advisory  Planning Committee wants a much less dense  residential area than proposed.  A company wishes to develop part of  Secret Cove including the Secret Cove Marina  and adjacenf**area into a combined commercial and residential area.  Area Director Peter Hoemberg told last  week's regional board meeting that the APC  for the area wants the residential areas to be  7,500 square feet, for residential purposes  only.  Hoemberg said that although the company  had revised their proposal by dropping the  number of residential units from 57 to 36, the  APC still thought this was too dense a  population for the area.  "The APC has proposed that the  developers take the area wanted for commercial purposes and parking and the area  used for roads and then divide the-remainder  by 7,500 square feet to get the number of  residential units for the area," Hoemberg  said.  The APC is now looking for another  revised application from the developers.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Most of us are familiar with the ten  commandments. Some of you think that you  do a pretty good job In keeping them, and  because of this are living a Christian life. But  is it that simple?  Assuming that you do keep tho 10 commandments or at least do your best to live up  to them, havo you ever thought Uiat God  might have given moro than ten laws, Well,  He did, and the Bible sa"ys tho first and  greatest commandment Is to love God with all  your strength, heart, soul and mind. How arc  you doing with that ono? It does not sound  quite as easy to keep as somo of thoso other  ones that might bo more familiar to you. In  fact, to lovo God Mint much Is Impossible for  us in our present state.  Furthermore Scripture suys, "for  whoever keeps thowholo law but fnils in ono  point has become guilty of all of It", If you  blow ono you nro In hot wntcr I And I think you  ��� arc prepared to admit that you have not been,  scoring ono hundred per cont In obeying  God's laws, Only one porson lias ever accomplished that and Ho Is Jesus Christ who  wns God mnnlfest In tho flesh, Ho not only  obeyed tho entire law perfectly but also paid  tho penalty for our breaking tho commandments. Thnnk God for Ills mercy to  each ono of us, ,  RON BASFOR0, Minister of National  Revenue, left, and Jack Pearsall, MP  for Coast-Chilcotin (right) discuss the  future of Halfmoon Bay wharf with two  member engineer from tne Marine  Service last Friday. They flew to  Halfmoon Bay expecting to look at a  float in need of repair. However, a  Marine Service boat happened by two  weeks earlier and the float was temporarily repaired. Complete removal of  the larger part of the wharf was mentioned.  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 13,1975  Sechelt Notes  ���by Peggy Connor  Mrs. Lee Hebert never had a birthday gift  like she was presented with on July 15 when  her son Ken's wife gave birth to a baby girl at  Coos Bay, Oregon. Her name is Melissa  Celena Martha Hebert and she has a brother  Michael who was born on Grandfather's  birthday. Paul and Rita make up the rest of  me family.  Miss Martha Hebert, Ken's sister from  Sacramento, California, came to Coos Bay to  meet her mother there and holiday for three  weeks. Charles Hebert's brother John came  from Thunder Bay, Ontario, to visit in Sechelt  for a week.  Mrs. Charles Billaborough from Vancouver, an old friend of Mrs. Heberts, was up  for a first visit to the area for a long time and  noted the many changes.  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE \  Church services are held each Sunday  at 11:15 am. in St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, by an Informal  Group of Christian Scientists.  Everyone welcome  Phone 885-9778 or 886-7882  The United Church  of Canada  SERVICES:,  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Gibsons Unitad Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  ���;. MINISTRY:  Rev. Jim Williamson, Gibsons, 886-2333  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  SABBATH SCHOOL-Sot. 10:30 a.m.  i at Redrooffs Road  Anglican Church  Evoryono Wolcomo  For  Information  Phono  865-9750  883-2736  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  886-7449  Mermaid nnd Trull, .Scchdt  SuiKlny School ���. 10:00 o.m.  >Morning Worship'Service,  11;IS n.m.  Wed, Itihlo Study . 7:30 p.m.  Rev, W, N. Erlckson  (Piistor)  ROM CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday Services  I-S��ch��lf r**"-"""""""""  ||o|y Family  Sa,,ai'6p,m,  Sunday a| 9 a.m.  Pastor; Rov, Fathor E, Lohnor  i aos.9 m  SSKJ  TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION  ' 'ii'  We toach you to get SMARTER  ���>>*'. 'm"' \S,'"&   ,i     ' <      PsycholoQi*,* onr��>�� lhat  humans  mo only  tilt i % /<��&' ��� �����  ; obm"  '      I'  885-3342  20% ol tliolr mind,  TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION  Used dally gradually awakens  tho  '       unused   (unconscious)   part   of   tho  mind.   Groator   awaronoan   roaults.  Find ouf foryourself   ��� Got tho facts.  FREE INTRODUCTORY LECTURES.  August I4fh, August 21st  7.30 p.m. Whittaker Houso, Socholt  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Socholt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY?  8:110 .nnd 10 n.m.  THE REV. N..!. CJODKIN, 883-2040  SUNSHINE COA.ST  GQSPBL CHURCH  DuvIk liny Rond nt At btitus   --"-'"���"������ -���" DrtvlsBrif  .Sunday School ,�����-<, ,,*.<,,,, tltfS r>,m,  MornlfiK Service 11 ;00 n,m.  liveiihiK Service 7;00 p.m.  ThuVs, Prnyernnd Tilblo Study '.',7.30 p,m,  Pnstor; Fr.nlNapim, H85>9M5  " *** 'Olbiomi  S|, Mary,'��  Sun, ot 11 a.m.  VJ    Phono 005-2026  K^7/7l  Wo  886-9812 Mont Dopt.  885-9823 Bnkory   KN  i  Rcjonro Tho Right To Limit Quantities j  7nnnnnnn/jnannL>

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