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1 ~, "SECRET CORPORATON" MENTONED ROV ~OZAL LBRAR~ PARLAE~? BLDS, V2CTOR A B.C. Greater Terrace amalgamaton key tosecondary ndustry establshmen[ of secondary By Bran Gregg '. " wsh to commend the area's economc base. May representatve to be elected Terrace, whch s sufregonal dstrct board for also assure you that my.n Thornhl at that tme fetng from ts own fnancal ndustry n Terrace s fndng a locaton to buld on. Terrace and Thornhh enactng ths bylaw whch st~ff n the departments of wth advce to the regonal problems, would have to may have to amalgamate ' see as a frst step towards muncpal affars and dstrct to begn lookng at provde thebascservcesto Thornhll sthe only area n before secondary ndustry the fofmulahon of housng are avalable to methods whch mght Thornhll f amalgamaton the greater Terrace area can be attracted to the developmen't polces for assst you and the Dstrct of eventually arrve at the takes place. Row;and has whch has land avalable and a substantal ndustry greater Terrace area, ac- Thornhll and, ndeed, for all Terrace n plannng for the amalgamaton of the two sad ths would mean cordng to Joe Banyay, of the greater Terrace area. Thornhll-Terrace area." communtes. postponement of servces would provde enough of a whch the taxpayers of tax base to pay for the charman of the Regonal look forward to learnng The regonal board sad t The regonal dstrct Terrace. are presently, development of Thornhll as Dstrct of Ktmat-Stkne more about the plannng would be nce f the Dstrct board s now askng tself f demandng, part of the Terrace Board. progratn for. Terrace.and of Terrace, the regonal the provncal government Terrace offcals appear muncpalty. The regonal dstrct envrons ara WOUlU "hope dstrct and the provncal s lookng at more tangble to be lookng atsecondary receved a letter f;':;m Hugh that ths program would be government could agree plans to unfy greater ndustry as one means of Curts, mnster of undertaken jontly by the among themselves to make Terrace. gvng the area a way out of SECRET muncpal affars regardng regonal dstrct a'nd the the amalgamaton of the two the economc declne t s CORPORATON the "problems of un- Dst'ct of Terrace c o m m u n t e s t h e r The populaton of Terrace facng because of market Durng the July 30 controlled development of "Although the growth,'ultmate*goal.'' s approxmately 12,000 the Thornhll area" at ts prospects of the Terrace whle the populaton of condtons n the forest regonal dstrct meetng July 30 regular meetng: area are ted to develop- The regonal dstrct has Thornhll s approxmately ndustry. Percy Tato, representatve Curts sad " have been ment of the regon's sought analgamaton n the 6,000. Thornhl/ does not Regonal dstrct offcals of the Nass, sad the Nshga recently ad~'sed by ray staff resources, l am sure you past but the former NDP have the basc servces appear to be lookng at were approached about a that a zonng bylaw for wll agree that a communty government postponed whch Terrace presently has amalgamaton as a soluton "secret corporaton" Thornhll has been prepared plannng process can be plans for the unon of the two and l~layor Gordon Rowland to the problems resultng startng up n Terrace and and s beng advanced for ntated that deals wth communtes untl Terrace has gone on record as sayng from the uncontrolled, we~easked f they would be the provncal cabnet's today's problems whle at and Thornhll were able to he wll not support development of the Thor- nterested n partcpatng nhl area. on the board of drectors of early consderaton wth a the same tme s flexble agree upon a common goal. amalgamaton of the two staff recommendaton for enough to cope wth future The former government communtes at the expense However, the " basc such a corporaton. problem unddrlyng the Tate sad the Nshga could approval. deveopmcnts related to the encouraged a new of Terrace taxpayers. not get nvolved wthout loosng ther spec!a ndan status. He sad t any member of the Nshga band were to become drectors of such a corporaton he would have to pay ncome tax and f the band were to have representatves on the corporaton beard t would have to pay ncome tax. The Nshga were apparently gven a specfed tme perod to make ther decson before the corporaton excluded them and because of the techncal problems wth the proposal, lsted above, they made no decson about jonng the corporaton. Tate was curous f the beard had.heard anythng about the corporaton but ts exstence s a mystery, accordng to other board members. COUp..:..! As a result of the proposedphasng out of sulphte pulp producton n Prnce Rupert: a commttee has been formed to study the effects on the communty's economy because of the loss of the CanCel mll... ~ Lakelse Lake drector,, John Sarch, urged the board to encourage the commttee to study the effects on the Terrace area. when the pulp producton s phased out. Sarch sad the loss of the' pulp mll wll have a smlar effect on the Terrace. economy as t wll n Prnce Rupert. because some local: loggng operatons rely or[ the mll for ther survval. The regonal dstrct wll wrte to Premer Bll' Bennett requestng a smlar study be carred out for the Terrace area :. vo:.u;,,'=7~ /~'~ B/ Servng Terrace and area snce July 11, 1908,~:;)~.~., AUGUST 4, 1976 TERRACE, B.C. PROE: 20" Curts plans Terrace - - Bennett plans vst October Terrace meetng Premer Bll Bennett has should be done to get the A letter from Hugh Curts, functons changed to a more Paul Monaghan and: announeed he plans to hold a economy movng n the cabnet meetng n Terrace area. mnster of muncpal af- equtable formula. Drector Frank Armtage ths fall to dscuss the "We are all too apathetc fars and housng, nformed... moved and seconded that the Regonal Dstrct of The followng s a report the regonal dstrct erect a unemployment stuaton of about development,: Ktmat-Stkne Board from Don Pearson, sgn at M.K. Bay Marna the northwest. Frday he plans to vst the manager of Custom Sports statng that t s a publc Terrace may be ht by Terrace-Kt;mat area from Centre Ltd. whch s n marna owned by the hard tmes but the com- October 1st to 2rd..charge of the operaton of regonal dstrct but munty sprt s stll very much alve and the'people Curts was replyng to a the M.K. Bay Marna n operated by Custom Sports request from the board Kt;mat." Centre. askng hm to meelwth L. M K. Bay Marna was... " am, at :ths - tme, offcally Opened On June 27 RCMP are plannng to preparng to make ex- wth the :marna no.w func- move the.telegraph Creek tens;re vsts throughout~the :.tonal. ~We-:,have a~.~far detachment from~that, town r~provnce and my executve amount::ef-constructon'dt~-:todease :mke, accordhg to assstant; ~ Tom Dykes; s to do and mantenance wll a. letter from D.D; Clffe, currently..oren.arng an be a contnung thng, due to offcer n Charge of adtnerary," ne sea, :.. tdal acton on all water,: mnstraton and personnel Curts sad he s lookng facltes.... n.vctora. forward to a most n- As mentoned n my formatve and constructve operatonal report the vst and Dykes wll be n contact wth the board n the next few weeks to ndcate the more saecfc aspects of the el.st. The board agreed to support the Chld Development Centres n Terrace and Kt;mat by urgng the provncal government to take on" the responsblty of fundng the centres. Drector Paul Monaghan sad he realzed the value of the centres but ftndng was not the responsblty of ether the muncpaltes or the regonal dstrct. Hs statement was n response to a delegaton from the Terrace Chld Development Centre requestng a grant from the regonal dstrct. Monaghan and Drector Frank Armtage moved and seconded that the ad- breakwater repar decson must be made and f we are to avod storm damage feel ths s of urgency. Parkng lot excavaton s comng along fne, wth the seaway now fnshed. The ralway wll be out next project w~ all of these projects nsde of money already requested and passed. Electrcal work s comng along fne. Clffe says "the nformaton that we receved ndcated that Douse Lake would be the centre of expanson and the logcal place for the detachment. "As you are no doubt aware thereare many areas n the provnce smlar to Telegraph Creek whch would lke an RCMP detachment. Unfortunately we nether have suffcent funds or manpower and l becomes a matter of settng prortes. The marna s beng used by qute a number of outsde "For your nformaton boaters wth Prnce George wth the relocaton of the peoplecomng n every day. detachment to Douse Lake Management of ths type of marna faclty s new to us wth many of our operatonal problems caused by the faclty beng government owned and a good percentage of the users here feel that' any prce s just too much and we are forever havng to lay down and as we are attemptng t( elmnate all one-mat detachments, an addtona' poston was programme( for Dease Lake on Aprl expect that th~ second poston wll b~ staffed n the near future, h vew of ths feel tha Telegraph Creek wll stl receve good polcng." mnstraton obtan the the law and explan that we necessary background ' have ther lcorce numbers nformaton from the and they mast pay. Our.., Durng the Shrners annual meetng at Lakelse Lake Sunday Alex n- Terrace and Kt;mat Chld busness n town s as you The loss of the RCMP selberg, Terrace presdent (left); Ed Cooke, 1976 Potentate from Pen- Development Centres and want, you purchase and out presence n Telegraph that a bref be prepared and here t seems to be'a matter tcton (centre) and Bll Rchkam, from the Terrace Club but a resdent of Creek has posed a problem shbmtted to the mnster of of how much you can get for the resdents. The wfe of.kt;mat were on hand to remnd resdents the Shrners are always health urgng hm to supply away wthout payng, the RCMP offcer has lookng for needy persons who are burned or handcapped. Shrners have the necessary assstance n and t seems that a good always been the govern- spent between $15,000 and $25,000 n one year to treat people who are such matters as these many people are of the ment agent and wth no burned. centres are very crtcal to opnon that Custom Sports RCMP present n the future ths regon. Centre s settng these hgh there wll be no government.,... prces. feel that the rates agent. Monaghan and Drector are not hgh but we are The board decded to John Sarch moved and havng trouble wth some of wrte to Vctora regardng Kncolth wharf repar approval seconded the admnstraton our uptown customers and ths matter and to ask for a negotate wth the Dstrct of are at a loss of a way to resdent of Telegraph Creek Terrace n an attempt to get explan to people that the to be apponted government ona Campagnolo, the vllage, neludhg fuel, mnster, B.C. has been the cost sharng formula for channel how has a proper agent. Member of Parlament for must be brought n over ths awarded a contract worth therecreatonandcemetury marna at a cost. Skeena, announced that a wharf. $227,577 to repar the wharf contract worth $227,577 has " am pleased that the at Kncolth, B.C., t was B,C. Hydro estmates been awarded to Fraser federal government has announced l'ecently by the Rver Ple Drvng Co. Ltd. proceeded wth ths ra- Honourable C.M. drury, to repar the government portant project" sad the Mnster of Publc Works. wharf n Kncolth. Skeena M.P., "and hope The successful frm Customer blls "The successful frm that t wll soon be possble submtted the lowest of fve submtted the lowest of fve to go ahead wth con- bds receved n response to B.c. lydr~ has begun Consumptons' and blls at the next meer bds for the contract", structon of a proper road publc advertsement. The sendng (Jut estmated blls amounts shown on blls have readng to reconcle actual explaned MrL Cam- and brdge from the wharf hghest' bd was $278,650. to resdental and c,rn- been estmated through a consumpton wth the pagnolo. "The hghest bd to the vllage". mercal customers. c~jmputer process, based on estmates, was $27B,650"~ 'he wharf repar contract The repars should be t s expected ~ that the s admnstered by the completed by md- Ths procedure h'js J~:cn sumpton prevous patterns. seasonal con- "t s our experence that reparswllbecompletedby Federal Department of December. They are beng necesstated by the strke t s recognzed that such the vast. majorty of our re d-december of ths year. Publc Works, and the done to provde safe loadng 'and lockout of a number of factors as customers gong customers prefer to keep The wharf, whch s badly n project manager s Mr.A. of freght and passengers employees arsng nut of the ~Jn vacaton or addng new ther accounts up to date," need of repar, s currently Marr of that Department's for ths solated communty contract dspute betwec;n " applances wlllnfluencethe sad J,E, Turner, Hydro the only means of access to Regonal Offce n Van- on the Nass Rver; all fuel, Hydro and the Offce and amount of electrctyor'gas customer accounts "Kneolth, an solated couver. buldng supples ald Techncal Employees! used.however, adjustments manager, vllage at the mouth of the Fraser Rver Ple Drvng groceres must come over Unon. ' ' wll be made on customers' Nass Rver. All sul~vles for Co, Ltd.,,of New West- ths wharf. here are not worred about the hgh unemployment rate, accordng to Alderman Gerry Duffus..... Duff us recently'told ~ the Provnce newspaper "Premer Bennett s rght when he says' unemployment s runnng about 30 oercent. Ths has been the ca~e for the past two years." "But t seems am the only person n town who gets depressed over the hard tmes. "Ths s a happy town and no one appears to be sufferng or worryng despte the setbacks." He says he does not know where the money s comng from even wth $15,000 a month n welfarepayments. "Our stampede, sports day and Frst of July beer garden were all Well attended and there have been capacty, crowds at all our hockey games. "t's an amazng town. The people stll have the poneer sprt." Duffus sad he doesn't know what the future wll brng. "f the demand for lumber products contnues at the present depressed level, thngs could get a lot worse. "All buldng has stopped and the carpenters are probably the worst ht." However, Chamber of Commerce presdent Ted Taylor agrees wth Premer Bennett that somethng especally the town councl'. "There are a number of.: byproducts of the lumber ndustry that could be ~- manufactured here but t sl a matter of entcng someone up here. "There has been no attempt to brng n new n- dustry. "-. "' '::'" Taylor sad Terrace wll ":... be affected by the provncal, government's decson to close the CanCel pulp mll n Prnce Rupert, 95 mles to the west, but says that s necessary to convert t to a kraft mll. Taylor sad retal trade n Terrace has been depressed for two years. "Motels and hotels are also sufferng because there are no executves comng nto town. There has been no mnng exploraton and, lke everywhere else, toursm s down. "But we stll have three bg resources -- clean water, pure ar and p~, turesque mountans.". Manpower manager James R. Swtzer sad there s not much that can be done for the area untl the mnng and forestry ndustres get back on ther feet. He sad the constructon of an Alaska-Canada ppelne would certanly provde many short-term benefts but a return to a healthy economy depends prmarly l on a healthy lumber n: ~ dustry. - '~ "t costs ~more ~ manufacture lumber here and when the ndustry s" depressed we are the frst to be ht and the last to recover," Swtzer sad. ::, Councl concerned over CanCel closure The followng telegram was sent to Premer Bll ::. Bennett last weekend wth copes to ana Campagnolo,.: Skeena MP; Cyrl Shelford, Skeena MLA; Don Phllps, mnster of economc development and Peter Lester, Mayor of Prnce Rupert. : The Muncpal'Councl of Terrace expresses grave. concern regardng the proposed October shutdown of the Canadan Cellulose sulphte mll at Prnce Rupert. Muncpal Councl asks that alternatves to absolute shutdown be found so that possble economc slowdown n Terrace woods operatons be averted. Muncpal Councl seeks premer's assurances that. shutdown wll not adversely effect employment n Terrace urea. To ths end representatves of Terrace Councl would be wllng to meet wth yourself and economc development department to dscuss ths urgent stuaton. " Jack Talstra ~ " Deputy Mayor )... Muncpalty of.terrace

2 r '<, PAGE A2, THE HERALD, Wednesday, August 4, 1976 Terrace Fre Department was called to a fre at MacGlls and Gbbs Saturday at 3:]5 p.m. The waste hopper s beleved to have caught fre from the % :. By Graham R. Lea *~. M.L.A. Prnce Rupert am dsapponted that.~ more members of the "~ > communty, all of whom? should be concerned about cvl lbertes and the protecton of democracy, have not joned Opposton ~. members of the Legslature ~-:and a number Of edtoral ~ wrters n denouncng the ~ Government g: Reorganzaton Act, a bll.~'.whch the Socal Credt majorty forced through the Legslature n ten fnal :rushed days of the sprng ;sessop. ::, All three Opposton party.leaders have recognzed the ::dangers n ths Act. t has.:been called "contrary "to the fundamentals 4.of the democratc system", "morally out of :order" and "the worst bll :aganst freedom and rghts :ever to be presented n the :::legslature or n the Com- :monwealth. ' What s all ths concern about? The Government Reorganzaton Act gves the Cabnet,,whch ;meets n secrecy, the rght to move one agency of government from one department to another,wthout consultaton wth ;the elected members. More mportant, t gves the cabnet the rght to swtch money allocated by the Legslature from one part of a department to another or to a completely dfferent department. n so dong, t does away wth the ablty of the Legslature to control and scrutnze the spendng of the government. Used n a most cyncal way, t wll efectvely take away from -: the Legslature of Brtsh **~ Columba -- that s, our =: parlament -- a basc ~responsblty; one that ~< dates back to the earlest struggle for parlamentary Columba Lake VCTORA VEWPONT prohbton WATERFOWL SANC- TUARY AT COLUMBA LAKE n an effort to preserve a ~.'ouet rest area for ~.mtgratory waterfowl, the ~: Fsh and Wldlfe Branch ~: has declared the north end.~: of Columba Lake a wldlfe ~: sanctuary. ~ Snce access to the area :2 has been mproved n recent :~. years, the branch now fnds~ :2 t necessary to afford -; snecal protecton to the ~ b~rds. As a result, huntng, shootng or otherwse ~.' dsturbng brds n ths area :~ s now prohbted. cgareffe of a careless trespasser n the yard. Estmated damage s $]00. democracy n Brtan debates n the House, that s Frances Russell, a why they refused to allow member of the queston perod, that s why parlamentary press gallery they would not, untl and correspondent for the shamed nto' t, name an Vancouver Sun, sad of the bll: "By gvng the Cabnet Opposton member to char the Publc Accounts the rght to swtch money Commttee thnk all allocated by the legslature Brtsh Columbans have to from one part of a depart- ask themselves now f ths ment to another, the latest measure -- the Government Government Reorganzaton Act has Reorganzaton Act -- does abrogated not only the not reflect the same atttude legslature's control over the purse-strng, but also the on the part of Socal Credt. ' legslature's ablty to keep track of government actons." Both the Vancouver Provnce; whch edtorally supported the Socal Credt Party n the last electon, and the Vctora Tmes, whch supported the New Democratc Party, have called on the government to lsten to Opposton crtcsm and repeal the Act. The government called the Act "routne". Somehow cannot beleve that abolton of a basc lberty whch serously jeopardzes the ntegrty of parlament can be consdered "routne". We have known for years, of course, that the Socal Credt Party does not lke the parlamentary system all that much. That s why they fought aganst havng wrtten records of Three ponts you should know n rentng a car Deal wth a Ford Dealer. He knows automobles, and he's a rental specalst. Look for 10w rental rates and good avalablty. A Ford Dealer offers both, Look for a wde range of model,, for your rental needs. A Ford Dealer offers several models We're convenently located Stop by or gve us a call for full detals on our rental arrangements. = TERRACE TOTEM FORD SALES Ltd Keth 635'4984' DL 1255" RENT-A-CAR1, Revenue House, For sale by owner:. The board of drectors of Canadan Cellulose Company, Lmted recently announced the appontment of Donald N. Watson as charman of the board and of D. Mchael M. Gold!e, Q.C. and Ray G. Wllston as addtonal drectors. Ronald M. Gross, presdent and chef executve offcer of Canadan Cellulose, sad that Mr. Watson has been a drector of the company snce ts re-organzaton n 1973 and s charman of the executve commttee and a member of the audt cdmmttee of the board. He was formerly presdent and chef executve offcer of Pacfc Western Arlnes Ltd. "As charman of the board, Mr. Watson's sole responsbltes wll relate to the board of drectors and ts commttees," Gross reported. The CanCel chef executve also sad that Mr. Watson had been nvted to become charman two years ago but was not then n a poston to accept. D. Mchael M. Gold!e, WEGHT A MNUTE ' He stepped on the oon scale. Hs wfe read the card: "You are a brave, strong leader of men. endowed wth unused creatve powers and strkng appearance." The wfe looked further down the card and sad: "t's got your weght wrong too." Whch almost pays for tself. Vew at 2710 S. Sparks. Terrace or Phone PUBLC HEARNGS Commsson on Vocatonal, Techncal, and Trades Tranng Programs :::,. The commsson wll be holdng publc hearngs durng August, September and October n the followng centres: Courtenay -August 31 Cranhrook -September 28 Nanamo -September Kamloops -September 29 Chllwaek -September 2 Kelowna - September 30 Dawson Creek -September 8 Castlegar - October! Pdnce George -September 9 Vctora --October 5 Terrace -September 10 Vancouver --October 6 The government of Brtsh Columba plans to ntroduce nto the Legslature, a bll to govern colleges, vocatonal schools and other nsttutons nvolved wth techncal, vocatonal, or trade tranng. Groups or ndvduals nterested n presentng brefs to the Commsson on any aspect of vocatonal, techncal or trade tranng should forward them to: Commssoner Dean H. Goard 4211 Kngsway~ Bumaby, B.C. VSH 1Z6 Of partcular nterest to the Commsson are governance, counsellng (at all levels), facltes, entrance qualfcatons and selecton procedures. Also of specal concern are the roles of government, ndustry and~ducatonal asttu. lons n tranng people for the labour force, as well as the fnancng of tranng and tranng nsttutons. ndvduals or groups submttng brefs two weeks n advance Of the hearng date wll be assured a scheduled hearng. The publc s urged to attend these mportant hearngs. Detals of tme and locaton of the hearngs wll be announced nearer the dates of the meetngs. COMMSSONERS: Dean Ooa~d, Charman Cy Stars ' Elmore McCaffery Arthur Blakeney Wyman Trlueor Betsy MeDonald DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATON PROVNCE OF BRTSH COLUMBA CanCel appont s three to: board!< drectors to eleven and wll Spcer, corporate vce- Q.C. s a partner of a major further contrbute to the presdent of Canadan Vancouver law frm and has strength of the board of Natonal Ralways and ra been a legal advsor to drectors. The other eght D. Wallach, eha'man and Canadan Cellulose snce drectors are E. Bertram chef executve offcer of Berkley, charman and Gottesman & Company nc. Ray G. Wllsto~ s presdent of Tenson En- and Central Natonal charman and presdent of velope Corporaton; Alan S. Corporaton. Brtsh Columba Cellulose Gordon, consultant to Canadan Cellulose s a Company, a Brtsh Merrll. Lynch, Royal major manufacturer of Columba crown car- Securtes Lmted; W.C. market pulp wth sales to poraton whch holds ap- Raymond Jones, executve; over twenty countres. The proxmately 79 percent of Max Ltvne, managng company has apthe common shares of drector of Compagne proxmately 6,000 pubhe Canadan Cellulose. Bruxelles Lambert S.A. ; shareholders and ts Gross sad that the ap- Charles C. Locke, Q.C., common shares are lsted on pontments to the board partner of a major Van- the Toronto, Montreal and ncrease the number of couver law frm, John H. Vancouverstock'exchanaes. Pla]eou awarded tmber rghts Plateau Tmber Ltd., of Vanderhoof, has been awarded tmber harvestng rghts n the Kluskus and Ootsa Publc Sustaned Yeld Unts, t was announced recently by Mnster of Forests Tom Waterland. Plateau was one of four companes seekng to harvest 97,800 cunts of tmber annually from the P.S.Y.U.'s :--- 57,800 cunts from the Kluskus and 40,000 cunts from th.e Ootsa. (A cunt s 00 cubc feet of wood). The successful Plateau bd for the 12 year contract ~c~!:~.~. >.~!~~ ~..~~!~!~.~.. ~ ~... ~. \...,~!~,~,~. <::~:-~. ~:-~., was for 70 cents a eunt on the Kluskus cut and fve cents a cunt on the Ootsa cut. On the fnancal bass ths bd would return con- sderably more revenue to the Crown. n addton t was consdered much more logcal n vew of dstance, offhghway haul and present road system to process the tmber n Vanderhoof. All bds receved from all the competng frms were "bonus bds", to be pad to the provnce above the normal stumpage rates. Other frms applyng, and ther bds, were as follows: HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO FOR A CHANCE TO WN t's easy! t's fun! Just stock up on specfc B.C. aprcots, chcken, mlk, potatoes and canned or frozen corn or peas, dentfed wth the "Home Grown ~ B.C. Qualty" emblem on food store shelves. Save the product labels. Make your wnnng selecton from one of the "HOme Grown" Sx ~ B.C. Aprcots, B.C. Chcken,, B.C. Mlk, B.C. Potatoes, B.C. Peas or B.C. Corn, then follow the contest rules. Enter as often as you wsh. You could wn one thousand dollars worth of B.C. food products.., enough to feed your famly for monthsz CONTEST DETALS WHERE YOU SHOP ~ ~'~ '~ ~!:~::~:~ :~:~... B.C.F.OODSTAKES '76 ~ P.O. BOX 2029 Vancouver'3, B.C. '',:'/~ NAME Qq~,~~, L 9 M Lumber Ltd. ann Bond Bros. Sawmlls Ltd. (jontly), of Vanderhoof; 16 cents a cunt on the Kluskus cut and sx cents a cunt n the Ootsa. Suscha Lake Forest Products Ltd., Quesnel; fve cents a cunt only n the Kluskus. Clear Lake Sawmlls Ltd., Prnce George; fve cents a cunt on 30,000 eunts n the YJuskus cut. Mr. Waterland stated that the normal procedures were followed for the sale and the contract was awarded on the bass of the best socal and fscal return to the publc. ADDRESS '1 CTY PHONE ~ / took m MY WNNNG B.C. P~ODUCT SELECTON S h$ emblem. denttyne 1be elable l l conlesl (~ QUA~.,o~ucl~ B,C, FOODSTAKES OFFCAL ENTRY FORM... _...._' m,. ; l l l b

3 THE HERALD, Wednesday, August 4, 1976, PAGE AJ Canada holds gold medal n strkes Canada now has the unenvable record of beng almost the worst country n the world for workng days lost through strkes, ac- cordng to C.J. (Chuck) Connaghan, vce-presdent for admnstratve servces at the Unversty of Brtsh Columba. n a speech prepared for delvery July 27 to the Vancouver Rotary Club, Mr. Connaghan called for new approaches to labormanagement relatons n Canada, ncludng "a close examnaton of the hghly suceesful West German system." He cted new nternatonal statstcs to show how bad thngs really are n Canada. Mr. Connaghan, presdent of the Constructon Labor Helatons Assocaton before jonng UBC last fall, undertook a fact-fndng tour of West Germany last year at the request of the federal department of labor. rs report, "Partnershp or Marrage of Convenence?" has snce been produced and dstrbuted n booklet form by the department. For hs address to the Rotarans, he recountedsome of hs own fndngs from Germany, augmented by statstcal materal prepared n the last two months. Mr. Connaghan sad that only taly, by a very narrow margn, has a Worse record than Canada n days lost through strkes. Ctng a survey of 12 ndustralzed countres for the fve years , he sad the yearly average number of days lost through legal strkes n taly was 1,746 for every 1,000 employees, whle Canada was aclose second at 1,732. The fgure for the U.S. was 1,380 and for Brtan t was l,lb6. By contrast, West Germany averaged only 90 days lost. "n other words, our' record s almost 20 tmes as bad as Germany's," Mr. Connaghan sad, "and t wouldbe even worse f the survey ncluded tme lost through llegal or 'wldcat' walkouts." The UBC vce-presdent emphaszed, however, that blame for the Canadan record could not be lad entrely at the door of labor. West Germany, he sad, has seen startlng wage ncreases over the past 10 years, wthout a correspondng rate of nflaton. Connaghan sad West German producton workers now have an hourly wage rate, wth frnge benefts, of '$6.19, wth Canada at $6.20 and the U.S. at $6.22. "West Germany today, when measured n terms of real ncome, clams thrd ~ lace behnd Sweden and wtzerland and s ahead of the Unted States and Canada. At the same tme, as far as socal securty s concerned, West Germany shares frst place wth Sweden and Holland." Mr. Connughan sad the German nflaton rate for the 12 months to last Anmals vctms of car accdents Beng ht by a car may be the end of the road for many wld anmals n natonal parks ths summer unless vstors learn not to feed them. "Many unnecessary deaths occur every year on the hghways of our natonal parks," sad Keth Baker, wldlfe resources manager for Parks Canada's western regon. "The anmals are attracted by the vegetaton on the roadsdes and the salt used on the road surfaces. But they soon become habtuated to the area as a result of free hand-outs." The 3.7 mle stretch of the Trans-Canada Hghway between the Mount Norquay Overpass and the Bow Rver Brdge n Banff Natonal "Sheep, deer, bear, coyotes and ground squrrels are the anmals that are partcularly susceptble to becomng dependent on hand-outs," sa d Mr. Baker. "The food tself does not drectly kll these anmals, but rather t s the hgh speed traffc on the roads." People often thnk that by feedng the anmals, they are helpng them n ther struggle to survve, accordng to Mr. Baker. Ac- tually, the free food makes the anmals dependent on a completely unnatural food source, he sad. Ths dependency s often adopted by ther young and perpetuatos the problem. A recent study 'n the Park has accounted for 173 towuste of Jasper found wld mammal deaths over thal ~. thos~ anmals.ll--years..one.huddred~and./a~soc~a[ed~wth artfcal fve of thee were bghorn': -f0od fr~ te~'!st~}and ~lt dhe~p whle bl'~ck ~bar, fr-om*/~dad s~',fac~':had a ooyote,'elk~moose and mule - hgher paraste level and (leer were among the other ncdeace of dsease. After beng fed, a bear cannot understand why the food has stopped comng and may turn on the person gvng hand-outs: Repeated cases of aggresson may force park staff to destroy the bear. Relocaton s tred several tmes, but bears, especally those assocated wth campground garbage, urea return agan and agan. So far ths year, at least 20 bears have been relocated n Jasper Natonal Park and 12 n Banff Natonal Park. Some of these bears have been destroyed for repeated aggresson. n an attempt to dscourage the anmals, varous technques have been tred. These technques nclude placng vomtnducngagents n garbage or.hand-outs and shootng.nosy cracker shells n the :.ar to scare anmals away from the roads. These methods met wth lmted success. 6~deaths. Autopses on natonal "The problem s that f the park anmals have often - sheep or bears get halfway Be a dscovered large amounts of up the hllsde before gettng bl od d o garbage to be present n the ~ck, they may not assocate dgestve system. Plastc ths wth the dnner roll they o on r garbage bags, tn cans and ate half.an hour before," cgarette butts have been sad Mr. Baker. "The School s out, vacaton found n the stomachs of cracker shells scare the tme s here and you're off bears and goats" anmals away, but they for hgh adventure. Ah. freedom: t's wonderful'. "We hope that vstors wll retw'n before long." You're at the wheel and on not feed any park anmal," The answer to ths your way and won't be back sad Mr. Baker. "Ths s for problem s not smple. t for many a day...l the welfare of the anmals nvolves ntroducng less Red Cross would lke tn as well as the protecton of palatable vegetaton along remnd you that the need for vstors. The anmals are ralway tracks and roadblood never takes a vacaton caused nternal problems by sdes, better garbage and that telephone food that may not be management and educatng recruters are brusng ther dgestble whle people are the publc not to feed any fngers tryng to dal all you exposed to dseases and park anmal. tental donors before you physcal" njury from the "The long term soluton the road. anmal." rests wth park vstors. Lkely the raffc and Natonal Park Only wth. ther un-' safety departments have Regulatons prohbt the der_st a n dn_g... and already been at you to slow down on slppery or dusty roads, keep your wndshelds clean, guard aganst sun-glare and keep a safe dstance between cars so you won't "domno" f the frst drver stops quckly for some unknown reason. Nobed~ can tell you, a seasoned motorst, not to hopscotch between cars, to keep your eyes on the road,. or have that tall, cool drnk at the end of your trp nstead..who wants to lsten! Everyone knows t's usually the "other guy" who causes accdents. Unfortunately, you mght 'not be n any condton to fault-fnd. You or your passengers mght well be n Emergency Admssons, wonderng just what dd happen. Red Cross urges you to drve safely and be alert for the unexpected. So before you buckle your seat belt to take off for your summer vacaton, gve a unt of blood at your nearest Red Cross donor centre. t can help save a lfe. Maybe your own. The next clnc wll be held n Terrace, at the Arena llat, banquet room, Wednesday, August t, from 2 to 8 p,m..-- URUU~--URnUUU CASNO LASVEGAS,e, [] Jll L BG TOP A GLTTERNG, GLAMOROUS ARRAY OF SPANGLELAHD'S GREATEST TALENT OLD OATHOLO OHURUH GROUNDS SHOW TMES Saturday Aug. 14: 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. Sunday Aug p.m. A Canadan' Red Cr,oss. ADMSSON, l Summer Safety Tp: Yell for. ~ Chldren. Adults help before you need t by. Advance. Sl.~S Advance - s3.sp taldng a course n small Gate-$1.80 Gate- $2.75 boat handlng before you go Sponsored by Terrace Elks. ' on a boatng holday. November was 5.4 percent, whereas the rate n Canada was 10.4 percent. Although he called for a new approach to ndustral relatons n Canada, Mr. Connaghan warned aganst tryng to mport the West German system ntact -- "because of the complextes of labormanagement relatons n terms of ther socal, economc and bases." poltcal Hedd, however, cte a number of West German programs that mght be consdered by Canada. As a start, he sad, labor and management should be nvted by government to take part n the poltcal process. n West Germany, he sad, )roposed ndustral HOME ONACREAGE: Cozy 2 bdrm. home wth barn & storage shed, 15 acres, mostly cleared & fenced, beautful frut and.vegetable garden. An deal place for country lvng. Full prce $57,000. Call H. Gedlnsk, MOUNTANVlEW PARK The Best Buldng Lots n Town. Paved Streets. Underground Servces. Hgh & Dry. Ask any of our Salespeople about Prces & Terms. uasemem nas rumpus rm. extra bdrm. Bg yard, fenced. Tree house ncluded n full prce of $46,700. Hans Caullen, legslaton goes to labor and mandgement before t goes to the cabnet or to parlament. Labor and management are nvted to comment on the proposals and these vews are at- teched to the legslaton when t goes to parlament for debate. Mr. Connaghan sad a further nfluental element n Germany s the mportance both labor and management place on data dealng wth the economy. Under the Economc Stablty Actof 1967, he sad, the federal government brngs together every three months all groups n socety havng a drect effect on the economy -- ncludng representatves from the unons.. "These meetngs are hghlevel educatonal sessons n. A terrfc buy n a duplex. Two 3 10drm. unts over 1500 sq. ft. each. Near new buldng has low overhead & good tenancy record. Fenced and land. scapod n a good area of town. Close to elementary.school. Askng $59,000. Phone Hans Caulen, MLS. Just,lthe home for the gardenng type. Beautful garden, flower beds, trees, shrubs, all well kept. Huge 4 bdrm. home wth famly ktchen and large D.R. Part bsmt: Garage all nsulated and drywalled Now vacant.* 549,000 full prce. Hans Caulen, Treed prvacy! 5.39 acres "plus 1536 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. house. Located n Woodland Park Subd., Ths home features full bsmt., 2 bdrms., freplace a sundeck. Call Barb Parffl for further detals, Small starter home on large lot. An deal home for the handyman. Phone Barb Partltt, 635~6768 to vew. MLS. whch there s very lttle debate," Mr. Connaghan sad. "The partcpants do not make decsons, but are merely expected to use the nformaton they receve n a ratonal and ntellgent manner, whether for collectve barganng purposes or n settng commodty prces or nterest rates.'" He also called for more worker nvolvement n tradtonal management functons, ctng ths as a contrbutng factor n ndustral stablty n West Germany. "The prncple of codetermnaton, whch allows employees a voce n such personal matters as employee reductons and manpower plannng has tended to reduce tenson between the collectve grant of30percent, rsng to barganng partes," he 40 percent for employees sad. wth more than two Another program worthy chldren. n addton, of duplcaton, Mr. Con- government bonuses runnagha,n, sad, s West Ger- nng as hgh as 85.5 percent many s Captal Ac- are added to the amount accumulated, dependng cumulaton Act, whch he upon whch of sx optons the descrbed as an example of employee chooses for hs socal polcy whch helps sawngs program. mprove the ndustral relatons envronment. "The Captal Accumulaton Act n actual Under thsact, an em- fact s part of a broad soeal ployee can accumulate maxmum of $250 a year for phlosophy of extendng the specfc purposes and be wealth of the country to elgble for government employees," Mr. Congrants, bonuses and ncome naghan sad. tax deductons. n unonzed "The present system n companes,besad, ths$250 Canada needs some becomes a collectve overhaul," he concluded. barganng matter so that "We must change our an employer may pay up to thnkng and our atttudes $125 for each worker, and we must be prepared to These savngs '~re sup- use new programs and new plemen!ed by a government approaches." Realty World Member Brokers brng you ther best 4 bdrm. home on large lot on quet no through street. Has 2 bthrms., recreaton rm., laundry rm. & carport. Less than S yrs. old. Close to schools & askng under $50,000. Call Frank Skdmore, & arrange to vew. Low cost housng, we have a 2 bdrm. n)bble home forlsale Only 4 yr s. old, on a 60xl35 ft. lot, all fenced, Owner wll consder rental purchase. Prced at only 516,500. MLS. Call H. Gedlnsk, Large 4 bdrm. home stuated on V2 acre. deal for the famly who enjoys gardenng. Quet area, well equpped & mantaned. To vew phone Ron Earl, Revenue home. Clean 3 bdrm. home plus 2 bdrm. selfcontaned sute, ground Jevel. Close to schools and hosptal. Try your offer. Phone Barb parfltt, to vew. Davs Ave. 3 bdrm. apt for sale. Two storey resdence fully carpeted wth /~ bathrooms. Total area 1100 sq. f Ready for mmedate oc. cupancy. Call any of our sales staff and arrange to vew, , Acreage. Wllow Creek Subd. Creek, partally cleared. Easy year round access. SS,000. Phone Hans Caulen or any Park Avenue salesperson. Rental property, 3 sutes n a new buldng that requres fnshng. Unusual but practcal desgn. Perfect for someone that can complete the work hmself & then rent out for revenue. Ask any of our sales people for more 'nformaton. Must be sold. Open to offers on prce & terms. Phone "3 bdrm. apartment to rent on Davs. Avenue, close to downtown. Call our offce for more nformaton Over 600 ft. rver front~.ge on Skeena, acres. Yuur uwn fshng spot, close to town. Call H. Gedlnsk, ommercal t 0flee Space for Lease - MN MALL Frank Skdmore T1 Just what you're lookng for. Rural lvng close to town. Fve acres wth house & other buldngs. Hghway,16 East on the Skeena Frank Skdmere, Revenue property. Two small houses on large SOxS00 lot, close to schools n Thornhll. Phone Barb Parltt, for appontment to vew. Fne lawns, groomed flows, beds, trees & shrubs enhance Ths Hamer St. home feature ths superbly bult home Ver~ full rec rm., bar, laundry rm. spacous wth 3 xlrms., faro & workshop n bsmt. Must be Paved street. Park area. Nce Clean, b'ght, brand new rm. & rumpus rm. n excellenl vewed to see value. 3 bdrms. 3 bdrm. home wth carport, nteror. Older cottage rgm n condton throughout. Ths wll up & down. Electrc heat, bsmt. & freplace. At. town. Have your own tle meet your hghest exlandscaped & fenced yard. traclvely decorated. Prced place for $18,000. Low down' pactatldns of qualty. Askng Close to town a schools. Call to sell. Phone Hans Caullen, payment and owner wll $$t,700. Phone Hans Caullen, F. Skdmore to vew, 6~.$ carry. Hans Caullen, for appontment. :Avenue Realty Ltd. rk Avenue Hans Caulen Frank Skdmore Horst Godlnsk Ran Earl Barb Parftt Ed Dessl er

4 1 PAGE A4, THE HERALD, Wednesday, August 4, 1976 the herald An Award Wnnng Weekly Publshed by Sterlng NJblshers Ltd. Publshedevery Wednesday at 32t2 Kalum St., Terrace, B.C. A member ot Varfed crculaton. Authorzed as second class mal. Regstraton number ;201. Postage pad n cash, return postage guaranteed. ADVERTSNG EDTOR PUBLSHER MANAGER PAT O'DONAGHY GORDON W. HAMLTON RALPH KERMAN NOTE OF COPYRGHT The Herald retans full, complete and sole copyrght n any advertsement produc,'d,~nd c,r edtoral or photographc content publshed,n ne r~er~.d. Rcprodoct,on,s no,,~ ~t.~wthout the wrtten permsson of the Publsher. -~,,~.?,'~; ~.'~:~ ~'~,,.~.- [* Bll Smley Joysand terrors.. ~..,. ~,, ~ ~.,~>,~.~.~ r.~ ~ ~ -. ~t " ~ -?- By BLL SMLEY ~E most grandparents, f they are honest, we are delghted to see our grandchldren arrve, and overjoyed to see them depart. Started off ths year's summer vacaton wth a vst from our two grandbabes and ther mum. When they left, my wfe and went straght nto a rest home for a few days, to recuperate. t's not that they are bad lttle boys. t's just that they are lttle boys, wth vorac. ous appettes for everythng from mother's mlk to peanut-butter-and.jam sandwehes dpped n frut yoghurt to rdes to the ear wash to gong to the beach to pckng strawberres to beng told stores to crawlng around n the grass beng btten by ants. None of those actvtes creates any real problem, but ths tme, the Lord, movng n Hs usual myster. ous ways, decreed that t should ran hard, day and nght, for the frst three days of ther vst. Well, that elmnated the beach, crawlng n the grass, pckng strawberres and gong for pcncs n the park: all the thngs that lttle cty boys, Who lve n a square box on the nnth floor, should do when they go to vst ther grandparents n a small town. And wth all that ram, there wasn't a lot of pont n gong to the car wash, an experence full of joy and terror, the supreme moment of hs vsts for young Pokey. t also meant that, nstead of rdng hs brand new trcycle around the yard and up and down the sdewalk under the maples, Poke was forced to rde t around n a scream- back to the ktchen, shoutng a shrll, "Here come!" scatterng varous brc-abrae and adults, and frequently runnng over one hand or other of hs baby brother, who was creepng about on the lvngroom floor, shrekng wth anger when he'd get hs feet tangled up and couldn't move, or yellng for someone to pck hm up, or spewng up hs latest nursng n great, vscous globs. t sounds terrble, but t wasn't really. t was merely bedlam. enjoyed every mnute of t -- when they were both havng ther afternoon nap, whch almost never happened smultaneously. Pokey and are stll the hest of buddes, whch s great but can be a lttle tryng. t's wonderful to feel the trust as the tny, tough hand clutches yours, or you get a bg hug and kss for nothng. But the other sde of the con s when he won't let anybody but "My Gran-dat" put on hs socks and shoes or pull up hs pants after a "bg pee" or get hm second, thrd and fourth helpngs when he wants "more beans." We dd get away from the women and chldren for one dyllc hour when t was merely drzzlng, and drove through the park, down the man drag to the dock, and there got out and looked at the bg boats and the lttle boats, and saw a real tran and some real ralroad tracks. Pretty heady stuff for a lttle cty kd. But three and a half days of sold ran, wth two lvely, vocferous kds, 2V~ years and fve months, s about as restful as tryng to relax n a labors, or delghts, as hs mother would say. under the name of Balnd. t's a madeup name that sounds nce. so hs mother says. eau hm Young Bll. n a crafty stroke wth nhert ance n mnd, no doubt, he was gven the plebean second name of Wllam, As t turns out. and as my daughter ddn't know, t's rght n the famly, on both sdes. He's named not only for me, but for hs greatgreat-grandfather, Wllam Thomson, on my sde, and for hs great-great-great-great grand father, Wllam Bull, on my wfe's sde. Both were good men, and poneers. Wllam Thomson was slde-master at Calumet sland, n the Ottawa Rver, n the lumberng days. Wllam Bull was the frst settler at Colpoys Bay on the Bruce Pennsula, a "fne man, well educated" who.. was the frst ndan Agent n that area.so, Young Bll t's gong to be for me, just as Nkov Chert s Pokey, for me. Young Bll began lfe as a bawler, a fat lttle guy who looked lke Wnston Churchll and screamed lke the Wtch of Endor. n fve months, he has mproved tremendously. He has lost three chns and now has only one extra one. He has an endearng, lop-sded grn, huge, brght eyes, and a delghtful chortle. thnk we'll keep hm, after all. Well, just to add to the exctement, the kds' greatgrandfather made the trp across country to see hs second great.grandson. He got a royal welcome from Pokey, who ponted at hm, yelled "Dat's my greatgrandat," gave hm an unsolcted hug and kss, and from Young Bll, who gave hm a droolng grn. > ~, ~ ~.,,.:, p~,...,... ng crcle nsde the house, boler factory. A momentous few days, ammunton ether n ts breech or n ts magazne." through the ktchen, nto the 'm just gettng to know the lke of whch one n a lfe- The ncdent hall, nto the lvngroom and my second grandson, who tme s enough. The huntng seasons never..:~.~.~~.~..~..~:~.~..~.~g:~'~..~..~$~.`2:~:~..~:~:~...~:~~..~$...~/.~.~.~::~..~.~. ceased to brng new chale,.oes and surprses to lette to th edtor Game WardenLawson, the rs e local Conservaton Offcer. HSTORC RAPDS RUN-- A group of 22 brave adventurers led by rver, gude outftter Rob Sms make a hstorc whtewater run through the ragng HeWs Gate rapds. Buckng a hgh wnd and water rushng at 275,000 cubc feet per second, the group became the frst to conquer the roughest porton of the mghty Fraser Rver durng the annual hgh water perod. Ther 33-foot Colorado Rver raft was powered by a 40-horsepower outboard. The hstorc Lc)aded guns n vehcles Game Warden Lawson some ways, but he just Lawsonwas quoted by the battles hs arch-enemy ground hs teeth at-someof newspap.er thenextday as /:/ Oscar McFosy n ths seres the other terrhe thngs that havng been strprsed that of artcles explanng McFosy had done n the Oscar was thrown out of the regulatons affectng B.C. past. Oscar was an unusual rear wndow of the vehcle outdoo~'smen. Prnce person all rght and f he upon mpact, wthout a George Conservaton Of- ever made t to the Hall of scratch, except for a pece fleer, Doug Adolph, of the Fame t would be for of hs nose that somehow got Fsh and Wldlfe Branch somethng he dd lke beng left on the corner of the Not that the sght of hs old -.~.-...~ ~.~-.-.,.~.:.: ~.~.~...~...~:.~...v.:.~:...~ frend Oscar MeFosy road ~~.~..~:.:~.~`.~...~..~`:::~..~.:::$:...~`~:.~::..:.~...`~:..~..::.~/..~.::~:~..y~:~:::~::.:.:.:.:...:~..~... huntng for.deer along the cutbanks was anythng to be frst gear 'on the stck-shft. Onus on tcket holders Lawson.SUrprsedab ut'exeeptthatshuddered at the Two facts are clear, one was that the vehcle was thought of o1' Oscar dlng at the tme and the Dear Sr: We, at the Foundaton, (a carryng hs frearm loaded other was that. Oscar's foot As you are probably servce organzaton owned to the hlt agan. bottomed the accelerator aware, the Western Canada by the four Western Game Warden Lawson dal when the shot went Lottery has changed to a rovnces) are always on knd of admred old Oscar n bearer tcket concept. That e lookout for ways and s, partcpants are no means to provde as wde an longer requred to enter advertsng campagn to ther names, addresses, etc. on tcket stubs. They sml~ly 'make ther purchase, and the tcket stub and counterfol are ther nstant recepts. Obvously then, they become partcpants n the lottery and the onus s on them to clam ther prze f good fortune s thers. n the' upcomng draw -- August 4th, emanatngfrom the McPherson Playhouse, Vctora, eght lucky numbers wll be generated. The bearers of these wnnng tcket numbers stand to wn from $25,000 to $250,000, As well, the last fve and the last three dgts of all tcket numbers drawn wll wn $1,000 and $50 respectvely, brnl~ng the wnnng numoers drawn ~to one wnner n every 125 tckets sold. reach the resdents of Western Canada. An advertsement, lstng all of the wnnng numbers followng the August 4th draw, s beng placed wth your paper va our advertsng agency. There could be a tme lapse untl the offcal wnnng numbers ad reaches you. t s n ths regard that we would lke to enlst your cooperaton. Because of the publc nterest n the numbers of the lottery, we would ask your newsworthy ndulgence n publshng them as story content, along wth the wnners' names, ete as ether the wre servce or our offce makes ths nformaton avalable. n antcpaton of your support n ths matter, we reman, Yours very truly, L.A, (Len) Gzebb, Drector of PubUe Relatons & Advertsng nelps youcompare. sheds a humorous lght on the sometmes unknown rsks taken by those not famlar wth the law. The Statute Secton 6 of the Frearms Act states that: "Unless otherwse authorzed by the regulatons, or by a permt, no person shall dscharge, carry, or ha~,e n hs possesson, n or on a ralway car, hand-ear, speeder, velocpede, or other vehcle on a ralway, or n or on a motor vehcle, wagon, slegh, arcraft, bcycle, or other vehcle a frearm contanng lve the only person known to have removed hs own tonsls.-t happened after gettng some garlc sausage hung up n one of hs snuses at a party a few years ago. When he sneezed, he only made the one mstake of holdng hs nose. Hs tonsls were the frst to blow clear, but the garlc slpped nto the groove that was left. Everytme Lawson questons o1' Oscar now, he makes a pont.of standng up wnd of hm. Anyhow, as McFosy rounded the curve by the cutbanks that day n hs four by four, he must have spotted Lawson's green pckup comng the other way because he quckly jammed on hs brakes and came to rest dangerously close to a 37 foot drop off by the sde of the road, As he was frantcally tryng to unload hs old Wnchester Model 94, t dscharged, sendng a bullet straght nto glove compartment door. Oscar McFosy had done t agan! The Adjudcaton The judge wasn't amused at all and ponted out to Oscar that there are some pretty good reasons for regulatons concernng the carryng of loaded frearms n motor vehcles. Every year he explaned, there are countless accdents n Canada where qute often t s an nnocent passenger or passerby who s shot as a result of ths dangerous practce. Motor bkes and snowmobles are motor vehcles under the law as well, and every year people are convcted of the same volaton when they are used for huntng. The judge felt lttle compasson when he orde'ed McFosy to pay $250 for the offence. (The judge was sttng downwnd of Oscar at an open wndow at the tme and was tempted to make t $400). So don't be an Oscar McFosy. t just sn't worth t! Let's see how much trouble o1'-oscar gets hmself nto hext tme... ~';-'~,:~r, ~,,* H ~ ~ -... journey began at Boston Bar and concluded 27 mles downrver at Yale. The area where Sms and hs crew made ther hstorc run s a popular tourst attracton, servced by the HeWs Gate Artram. Two 28-passenger artrams take vstors 500 feet down for a closeup of the turbulent Fraser. t operates seven days a week and s servced by an ultra-modern restaurant and gft shop. and Small B~ KENNET McDONALD Ottawa s consderng a reducton of tarffs for European Economc Communty ~EECt products n exchange for EEC buyng some sem-fnshed raw materals f'nm Canada. From a Canadan nlanufaclurng standpont sem-..~ fnshed s better than unfnshed, but tarff reductons are aganst Canada's nterests eee There s nothng free about free trade. Vhen tarff barrers are removed they are replaced by other barrers. n Japan, for example, f telephone equpment s found to contan a sngle foregn component, government nspectors wll fnd a reason for rejectng Economsts who clam that elmnatng tarff barrers would "open enormous markets'" for Canada are dreamng.. Enterprsng Canadan-owned busnesses have already set up operatons n the U.S. to explot that markel. A lst of the advantages they get by dong so brngs home to us' the self-nflcted dsadvantages we suffer n Canada. O The lst: loans up to 100 per cent of requre., merts at 8 per cent nte. rest, government guaran. teed; 16wer wage and tax costs; easer clmate; lower transportaton costs because of shorter dstances and cheaper fuel; lower lvng costs; lower nfla ton; and.more hghly. traned and productve labour. OOO f the present tarffs were removed, there would be a stampede southl However. a poll of Canadan Federaton of ndependent Busness membershp n May showed opnon to be dvded per cent n favour of free trade and 50.4 per cent aganst. Many naturally thnk n terms of mportng cheaper consumer-goods and machnery. ooe But those mports would he at the expense of domestc manufacturng. The trade defct -- $9.8 bllon n 1975 and rsng hgher n would ncrease dramatcally. The Canadan dollar would fall to 85 cents U.S. and mports would become hgher prced -- the same effect as a tarff creates. o Ths emphaszes' the fundamental weakness Of Canada's economy. Not. only do" we suffer the dsadvantages lsted ab0ve, but we are compoundng them by sellng off our rreplacable As a naton we're lke a farmer sellng off bts of the farm to stay alve, or a shp's captan tearng up the decks to feed the bolers. O $ The soluton for Canada s to concentrate on buldn~ a more hghly-sklled labour force and strengtherlng domestc enterprses Though moves toward freer trade may beta worthwhle objectve evel:, tually, they must~,be postponed Untl, we have proven Our ablty to cam: pete nternatonally from a sold domestc base. Galoshes were.orgnally galoshes the wooden shoes the French court wore to protest ther slken shoes. ~, ~... ~-,,~ ~ ~'-,~-. ~,~.,~,~.~,~.~;~:~-~l~,;,~.,~a; :~:. ~:~.;~2~, : ".;,t~2 ~.~' '~

5 6th Annual Lons Rverboat Parade THE HERALD. WodnL.,d,Jf. Auqu~t 4, PAGE A, Sharle Bell and her frog placed frst n the Frog Race held at Furlong Bay followng the Outhouse Races. Danlta Petch and Brent Petch placed second and thrd respectvely. Jm Mason, presdent of Terrace Centennal 'Lons congratulates Steve Butler of Chnook Traler Sales for placn~ frst n the Outhouse Races Sunday at Furlong Bay. A

6 PAGE AB, THE HERALO Wednesday, August 4, 1976 opohas ' o(nr, more 1 :o Oler. Men's Work Shrts Men's WorkBoots. YOUR CO.OP HAS MORE TO OFFER because n'e e store ~.' wth S dfference -- t's YOUR STORE. Not only does your ~ ~ ~ money go further when you r ~ ~ o shop CO.OP but t slays n ~ M - V H ' YOUR communty to keep on ~.... growng. t's nce feelng -- " ~ /~,~ shoppng CO.OP -- the store that has MORE to offer. AUGUST ~ l} )' ~,,~ Made of 100 percent cotton. Green only. Szes S, M, L, XL. each Men's Summer Jackets Nylon and blended materals. Assorted styles and colors. % ~ Prce t %! ~.T{{t.l... t ~ '"-.." "<,- ~.~ ~ -'.-.-~,~. S" hgh, a frst qua lly leather boot, ~:/ " n tanonly ~l. ~k_. Ol resstant sole. ~!~'~.~ Szes, toll. :?. ~: ' PnlkPll P -- Young Men's ~ ) Sport Shrts A good selecton of styles ~:,'~'~ L~: and prnts, tapered to ft. Lades, Lounge 6owns eal, oraroundthehouse. Ar= ~.lr.o/o,, A Reg Assorted styles, patterns and materals. V ~ Prce Lades' Summer Sandals b ~. n beautful summer... colors. 1 '" Broken szes only. Ull, l',l par )etergent nfant Romper Sets~uts.~~~,~,,~.~. :;:z. n a good assorl assortment of styles (~j ~,~(k._~. and materals. 1 (Cl J ~, 9 (Cl ~l" ',~ Szes 12 Months to 24 Months. Szes 12 Months, 24 Months. set FqlP q ll qkf ~ nfant Tank Tops & T-Sh,rts- 1 (1 1 Madeof blended materals. Assorted paflerns. Szes2toGX. each / lqk ll /,,.= Cuf-Offs n,,. nfant Grls' Swm Suts ~. For Senor Boys, Senor Grls and Junor Boys. Made of to0 percent cotton. Denm only.., Yarn, Bulk Sayelle Made of 100 percent acrylc orlon n f oz. Sken popular plan shades. 2 oz. Sken 2,;,~9 2,.1,4 2 pece only n a varety of colors and styles..szes 2 to 6X, e ,,-#., Flannelette 36" wde n plans or prnts..tl r. ~ " *~... End Cots. Breakfast Delght K :)bzlss;k Weners ==,..',.. Smoked U.K. Sausage Olympc 12 oz..1.0! l,hnoken Lea1,o,=,o,..e Tomatoes Tomatoes Co-op Choce 19 oz. Tns Flour Harmone All Purpose 20 lb. Bag Frozen reac )oug5 ea,,,..16,.. 1,1! ~)(:) ~ltl).a.l-!..n~r Rhodes Whte Pkg. 5 x 16 oz.- pkge. ~ Mlks ~P C C nstant Mlk Powder 5 lb. Pkge. ea. h qk l,lrange l,r:vsta ~ s, T:;:.4x 3'/:~evn.. ea. 'l ~5 SaladDressng Kr:fzt'~::acleWhp 1,1! 'em n" Kng Sze. ~.].C,,Cl.~k::~~!!!:!~!! ~"~~,.l~ ~ Calforna & l n r ' """!!!:~... ~:~"P~ ~eaohes Calforna Canada No.! ~ana:a Xo., -T,..m,.., tqk nrapes lb. ~ 1~1 "?mrpe~te~e~clae~asda No. 1 Box Sprng & Mattress Grange 3' 3" Freezer 16 ou, ft. Vscount mvlk, J)!t OS !,00 FRESH BAKED DALY N OUR N-STORE BAKERY Bran Bread,.,,hfu, and 0elJcJous Banana Loaf MANY MORE NON-ADVERTSED VALUES N ALL DEPARTMENTS Y:JR :)E STP SH:PPH (]ENTR!..,,5! 4617 GREG PHONE /,,.'.

7 .., ~=r ''~+'~'~''..., - ~ ~ ~? ~ Kspox wns Natve / soccer tournament The weekend was a good one for Kspox as they walked away. wth top honours n both soccer and softball at the All Natve Tournament held on the Skeena Hgh School grounds. n men's soccer, Hazelton defeated New Ayansh n the sem-fnal by a score of 3 to 2. The game was ted at the end of regulaton tme and was decded by penalty kcks. " Haze]ton then went on to meet Kspox n the fnal.,sp!ox had lttle dffculty ::" +' " "f ','..,~, ',. +'~". ' -,.-. :!RECREATON!-..~ ~.;.:.,:.,!.-::', ::., :.,:.!.~% : ::.', ::.:.'.:.'.~. :.'L~!"::CHA : ' TTER'+ :-. ':~;'.....~ ~ ' ;.. '... :+'. Durngthe past two weeks numbers of players and a l'm sure you cannot have smple outft wll do. helped notcng the spec- The dea of the game s tater enthusasm for a clear. The game tself s relatvely new Olympc elegant and vared. Handsport, namely Team Hand- ball combnes all the adball vantages of a team sport. ts Handball s an deal fundamentals are: sklful synthess of the three fun- handlng of the ball, swft d a m e n t a a t h e t c physcal reactons, mental dscplnes of runnng, flexblty, team work and jumpng and throwng, above all, far play. Therefore, t s not only a purely compettve sport, The game conssts of two but also a fne sport to be halves of 30 mnutes each. taken up wth advantage by Substtutes may jon play at boys and grls, men and any tme. The man purpose women for purposes of of handball s to developthe tranng and health, personal qualtes of.each The player must be able to player; the physcal ftness start quckly; he must be a of a player wll not suffce. perseverng runner; he Hs self-control, hs farmust be able to pck up the ness, hs courage and hs bal or catch t n the ar; he consderateness are conmust be able to sklfully stantly put to test. A match deceve hs opponent: he wll, certanly form the Local canoe enthusasts couples. Natve, over 40, must mss the ball wth character of the player. can look forward to an overall fastest, alumnum precson to hs team mates Tryng to do hs best for hs eventful weekend ths and a junor dvson for and he must be able to team and dependng at the summer. The annual Telk- under 16 years. The nnth execute all sorts of throws; same tme on the wa to Smthers canoe race dvson wll be rafts wth n short, hs arms. hs legs possbltes of hs team held on the Fall Far $60, $40, $30 and $20 gong to and hs body wll have to be mates, a player wll come to weekend wll be held v frst, second, thrd and harmonously traned, know hs lmtatons. He conjuncton wth the Whr(: fourth place fnshers As the name of the game learns to use hs physcal Water Classc by Labatff, respectvely. suggests, hands play the and mental abltes -- he The schedule has been Regstraton forms are most mportant role; hands learns to wn and lose. fnalzed and wth the am af avalable at Wall Electrc beng naturally the deftest Handball can be played by 'somethng for everyone' t and Furnture Ltd., 1073 members, ef the body, the men and women of every looks lke a fun-flled famly Man Street, Smthers, growng popularty of age. t has become a weekend on August 28th ~.nd phone or at handball s easly explaned, favorte sport n unver- 29th. MacKenze Travel Servce. +..!+: Many knds of throws to stes, schools and armes, The weekend wll open 1232 Man Street, Smthers, score a goal are possble, just because of ts out- wth the Labatts Whte phone 1{-t durng The player s nspred to use standng physcal nfluence Water Classc on August regular busness hours. Any hs hands as a means of and n many schools t s a 28th. Ths rugged!,ong carryng out hs deas. compulsory sport. dstance course from Unlke the other Barrett Brdge n Houston to balgames where theball s n spte of the vrle Smthers wll cover a played by usng one's hands, character of handball, the dstance of.35 mles. '}.'here VANCOUVER SLAND handball s a hard game. rsks of gettng hurt are wll be frst, second and HEUCOPTERS LTD, Personal contact s not small. ts many advantages, thrd place money przes n avoded, throws are not soft however, are evdent, both the shell dvson and ~ -- " - "" --'-~" and supple, but extremely the recreaton canoe.. ",, ~ n ~ ~ anspusng of Hazelton, runs scored showed 48 runs fast. May the popularty and dvson of the bg races wth "-" ~ _ ~, wnnng the game and for each team. n the fnal the reputaton grow trophes for frst place n takng the tourney wth a 3 game, Kspox defeated CHARTER b CONTRACT to 2 score. Hazelton 7 to 3 and took the Technque and elegance steadly; may t rouse on- each dvson for the opthusasm and may t be Eooal up-rver sprng to be. FLYNG Vctor Robnson of tournament, combne wth courage and' worthy.olympc sport, held one hour after the fnsh Ayansh was named the The most valuable player physcal strength; the LAKELSE LAKE most valuable player n the was Fern Russell of the dynamc nature of ths sport of the bg race. tournament and the most Espox Warrors whle the makes t exctng to watch. The Telkwa to Smthers SEAP~NE BASE sportsmanlke team was the most sportsmanlke team Handball can be played by race wll be held on Sunday, THE HERALD, Wednesday, August 4, 1916, PAG! A/ Comng n for a soft: landng, a member of one of the several sky dvng groups takng part n the weekend parachutng competton descends on the target. The competton, sponsored by the Terrace Sky Dvers Club was held on the old ar. feld at Woodcock, near Cedarvale. Even though the ste was a bt dffcult to reach, a good number of people turned out to bask n the sun and watch the fun. Telkwa to Smthers canoe race Ayansh Nshga Braves. was from New Ayansh. " everybody and everywhere, A Canadan Red Cross August 29 wth nne Plot Manager n women's softball, A large number of people nothng more beng needed Summer Safety Tp: dvsons n all. There wll be,... Ayansh and Hazelton turned out to watch the than a bal, a playng feld Respect the lmtatons of a trophy and $50 gong to 1el J0nnstone played off for the chan- games. John Alden, and two goals. Handball s your boat and understand frst place n each of eght ponshp after a double '.;~orgaqzer of the;~{:tour - not an expensve spor~t ~ the lmts of your own skus, dvsons and $25 to second). ~n~ r=~ round robn schedule lp~e.,!~r~+m.~t~,~dtha~.the'entre':playjn~:,.~ff~lds;l~br~'g~m. ~A car~f~d':,skpper.' at the place The nne d~sl~ns.'~ : Doe-alL3 them ted wth dentcal wt-"t, Vw~'dk~d~ +~:.,~vas" h,lly."sue- ~'":~slms mhy be u~ed'~ The~'e! helm"~ean~ a safe passage " ~lf bd. ''+"local;. W#.t~.,.=+...~ _ ::::.:: :::::::::::::::::::::..., :::::::::::::::::::.:::...:.:... lose records. A check of the cessful, s a comparatvely Small f o r ':=.? a 1 1 ' further questons you mght have wll be answered at l regstraton. STOP BALDNESS For Sale by Owner Annual sports camp goes August 23 FREE SCALP CLNC.,.a, -.,- n Terrace on Saturday, August 7th only The thrd annual Terrace addtonal $5 charge and the There w be a lmted note that f you choose golf Summer Sports Camp wll bowlng opton an addtonal enrollment of students nto as you~" opton n secton A, be held from Monday, $2.50 charge. These ad- the golf, aquatc and golf must also, be your August 23 to Frday, August dtona charges are bowlng programs. Those choce n secton B.. ']'he,2"/. The camp s desgned to necessary to cover the cost accepted nto the course wll aquatcs program sprovde a good varety of of specal faclty use and be determned on a frst restrcted to applcants sports actvtes, ncludng nstructon made avalable come, frst served bass, between the ages of 12 and f you ask for Ktchen! Cabnets at A &.Mac, and so very many people do, you are drected to Denns & Kelly. Denns: and Kelly are fully traned n the art of,~.stablshng the proper ~ayout for your home, be t an older model or+ brand new. Estmates and drawngs are avalable free-of-charge and terms are avalable to sut your budget. Cabnets are stocked at A & Mac by the hun. dreds, n fact A & Mac s the only stockng dealer of Ktchen Cabnets between Prnce Rupert and Vancouver. You have to do t that way f you are to gve proper servce here n the north and RLY Brd market!ng phlosophy nssts upon servce. t's no wonder Denns & Kelly are such busy menl (fn) ~ ; team sports, ndvdual to the student. Eac~ st~ndent attendng ts. sports and lfe-long ac- For any students who may the camr, s renured to The sectons and the tvtes for those between l0 be comng from out of town, supply h~ or her~v~ngyn~ ~o~rwts.~;c~udea d ;r.~ n ~s MEN ' --t',anp vj=~mnn~ u~anbtol8. The sports ncluded n there s a lmted amount of strp as weu as a.g tnqno~,~lt h~b~th~n W(SMEN ~/.lvl UUK nplllt the camp are archery, a cpmmodaton that s sut f aquatcs 'are to De ;-:-.-~..,;..'v~-,; aquatcs, badmnton, avalable on request. The taken. f golf s ehosen as an oanmlnton..... anu... soccer,. ; DON ' T RES!GN YOURSELF. GET THE FACTS. Today 4,11 Welsh, close to school sq. ft. home, 4 bedrooms & basketball, bowlng, golf, accommodaton ncludes electve there s a lmted sec~on ~]f-vtuj~ ~a~" t[ ac~ ~ wth Natona, streatrnentavalabletoyou,theres no reason large bath on man floor, wall to wall carpet - lvng room, hallandbedrooms. 130x1221ot, full sze unflnshed basement soccer, track and feld, both room and board for =,,,~,,h,,~ -olfclubsthatean no -g, y, toaccel~tlesshar...andeventualbaldness. SeeMr. Brown wth complete tolet, vanty and shower, attached garage volleyball and wrestlng. $8.50 per day. ~,~T~':-+~=" and feld and wrestlng; on Sat., Aug. 7 for a free examnaton and consu taton: wth blacktop drveway. ~ The regstraton fee for The nstructon of the ~'h~'~a"n~ for an- sect on C - 1 p.m. to 2:30 You'llfndalltheevdencetosuccessyoucouldaskfor...and the camp wll be $20 (wth sports wll be based on -"~,~^-'T';o"~e cam,, ~s p.m. - basketball, bowlng, a deep personal nterest ln your specal halr problem. Pohone those people whose optons ' skll level. There wll be a should nclude, full name, ~= ". P...,. Dandruff tch v Scal- an addtonal surcharge for sutable age groupngs and,~u;u's't' l;. Applcat~'ons a~cche~y D an2d:3zr?stht~g..excess Har Fall - Har Too Dry or Oly _... :.. nclude golf, aquatcs or suffcent number of n- audm~l~sr: bnarm~edsato } x~erd~c~ ~ax~m;n~2ua~s;;c~eley nau, Har and Scalp Specalsts wll be holdng free har and scatp bowlng). The mmonwesupervsed'a cost n ad- structors and assstant f the applcaton, form s examnatons n Terrace at the Lakelse Hotel between the :~,~.~.~, ~., +,:. ~'~ ::~:,...:?:~:.:: ~=-~.~..~, ~'~<...:::~.~ ~,~ +~:~,, ~'~ ~..., ~ dton to the basc nstructors hand for each or guardan and the graue n ls hours of 2pro and 8 pm "!!;~!!~ : ~ ~,,+~UJ,.... regstraton fee for the golf sport to ensure that "each attended n school ths year. sent. by mad, pleases e o.e.... =m~m~ ~~;~+..,'~,~;,~-,,!~,;~+~<~,~.~',.;:~:...,, program s $2. The aquatc student adequately ~,m=,=hmntd he addressed acne, que or money oraer All examnatons are glven n prvate, there s noobllgatlon. ~program anecesstates n o t h " ;"~'+h"~+ ~mlaa!e!a C~scamPsectonsEaChs tzes~ R'e~' na]-l~strct day_dvdeda, ka ~f B," e '~ cnt andpf urd, f... ~r!s~ aa~ engapayable t -. o ~Y +.. ~ rt v ~... "~ ''Dstr!ct f ep:oty~ ~ no No mbernatonal app01ntment s 3278 uneeded. HAl.$tn. R task &."D' S'C' ethe, AL;/ NS T~T/U~TErLZD' Ed Bclerk o for, x Brown' s,! ~~:l }j~,~ The applcant must choose, O Used one actvty from each n,. tn,et nl: t nn--- secton to be repeated at the.... AGE r x 42 Atc0', same secton tme each AJ day... ~,~;~., n x 60 Wn(leer for the entre week. Please! ~ '+,. "" x 60Van Dyke Expando PLANNNG e x 64 Dplomat '~" x 60 Safeway Whlll + t,!rl ' The......~", x 32 Marlette lea :""~ ~ x 68 Vsta Vlla a.#+ ~%'~;~"~11 WanttocjosurRng?.1966"10 x 41 20th Century. "" ".~.~111 o~,,~o.',,.,d o '! on locaton. J0ey Shack knew our ~urfers shootng the tube,. ' ' ' " to HawnH or Allslr;hLl. Th=s c~n.,,r,c~.~ a ~ {!:lohfe ncluded who '1~-~'11 l tranr~(j' u;:anrece've'nl!]~n:l;o~+t':::,h,~jvou(:an ea t.,~,;;;,,0~,,..,o. ;,!., RESERVE BD. turn to+,na,~v'spe~',a~,h+,~ makng ; ar )01111: = dro ) or provlchrlt,] the hack L ) stq)port ' Offers Offers Offers... to these" and all tle achvtles n the Cannd,an. Forces. l UHN U ll t's whal makes the Forces such a very specal team ' ' q~pea, l~ nuys llgnn( NOW l ' o,,,o odo no,,s e t e to hel o,,o...,,,,., O SO. m.., m. Frl..& Sat O ' 30. m." 5 00 WTH OOHFDEO Canada and the world. ' T. p.m, Sun. p,m.4:00 p.m. After Hours by /~pelntmett Only... ' o o" t +"ere, r,ght, sa,, s, Qualty H me'"al All rdable Prces ~ " '"" lhnora!y ' now. ~ " ~'* Wl'rHTHP "CAN,DAN C O M M O N W E A L T H, ~ ' Moble Homes Ltd.! Homo!.... A Dvson of Homed ndustres ' m.m For more nformaton'come on n and see us. Mltary. " 1055 Hway 16 East, ! PhOne... 6, ;"! Career Counsellor wll be n: "r. r... n,- TERRACE AT THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE ~ :~) " DL-0251,9,.~l~~0na- :!,:! FRoM h00 TO 4:30 P,M. n AUGUST.. :," ' : ',ater than4:30ncludng DREOTOR +.. _,.,

8 PAGE AS. THE HERALD, Wednesday, Auqust 4, 1976 On Thursday afternoon last week had the prvlege of attendng a meetng whch was arranged by the Ktmat-Stkne Regonal Dstrct, to hear Mr. Ken Hall of Trans Mountan Ppelne, outlne the proposal to buld an ol ppelne to transport Alaskan crude ol from Ktmat to Edmonton. certanly apprecated t and want to thank the Regonal Board and charman Joe Banyay, for the opportunty to represent the Steelhead Socety of B.C. at the meetng and to be able to partcpate n the dscusson equally along wth the Ktmat and Terrace town councls, the Regonal Board, lena Campagnolo, our M.P. for Skeena and Cyrl Shelford, our M.L.A. for Skeena. Snce there has been extensve coverage of the meetng by the news meda, wll gve a resume of the : pertnent ponts that were made n partcular by Mr. ; Hall and ona Campagnolo and then gve my assessment of what consder to be the postve and negatve features should the ppelne go ahead. For those of you not ~famlar wth the ppelne :proposal, ts purpose 's to ~transport approxmately =one half of the daly producton of Alaskan Prudoe Bay ol from : Ktmat to Edmonton, then "by exstng ppelnes from :Edmonton to md-western ~ol refneres n the Unted,~ States. ntally, all of the ol ts ntended for Amercan use, wth the possblty that "after ten years, when ~Canadan ol supples are,.close to exhauston some of?t may be used for Canadan consumpton. Accordng to Mr. Hall, the Ktmat- ~Edmonton route s consdered the best locaton out ' H"a(e you seen some of those slly ads lately ;suggestng that you =should pay more than ~$10.66 for a gallon of Top,of the Lne pant. At A & "~Mac they say there s somethng wrong wth -those prces. A & Mac ~your RLY store won't ; charge you a dme more '~than $10.66 per gallon :~unfl further notce and ~'that s for nterlor or ~exteror Latex or Alkyd. You could be stuck for a ;;couple of dollars extra f ~you go to an Ultra Deep ;!, Base at A "& Mac but then ~that's because Ultra ~Deep costs more. Get '.:down to A & Mac your.:rly Brd Store and :~check out the hundreds of ~colors avalable -- open a "[ charge account whle you are there; that's f you' happen to have an ac- count there already! (fn) '~!. of approxmately fve other choces, from the Alaskannorthern B.C. route to the most southerly' route n Guatamala. Mr. Hall stated that the Pl.pelne would provde rect benefts to B.C. n the form of approxmately 50 permanent jobs to Prnce George and the same number to Ktmat. Substantal taxes would be pad to Ktmat, the unloadng termnal and Prnce George, whch wll be the mantenance center. The communtes and regonal dstrcts between these two eentres wll, on the other hand, only receve mnmal tax benefts. As well as the permanent jobs created, there would be some temporary constructon jobs and the spn off economc boast to local busness frms and communtes along the route of the ppelne. WAT WOULD BE TlE NEGATVE EFFECTS OF TlE PPELNE? The most obvous and serous aspect of the ppelne proposal that was recognzed by the meetng s the po,~sblty of a major ol spll takng place between Dxon Entrance and Ktmat. As many as ffteen tankers a month would be unloadng at Ktmat and the bggest would wegh approxmately 300,000 tons. Mr. Hall ponted out th.at the fnest and ' most sophstcated navgatonal equpment would be used to assure safe passage of the vessels. As well, the tankers would be asssted by large tugs. faled to menton earler n the column that Mddle East ol would also be unloaded at Ktmat. Mr. Hall, upon questonng from Mrs. Campagnolo, was quck to admt that control over flushng empty holdng tanks of foregn vessels s very dffcult, even wth the most strngent polluton regulatons. As well, the actual seaworthness, age, safety standards and the condton, etc. of foregn vessels s beyond the control of Canadan authortes before they enter our ports. Further, Canadans have recommended double hulls for new tankers, whle Amercan standards have not recognzed the need for ths extra protecton. All the tankers whch would enter Ktmat would have sngle hull desgns. t s nterestng to note that the responsblty for the control and protecton from ol splls les.entrely wth the federal government. And further, t should be noted that present capabltes to control or fght ol splls anywhere, ncludng along B.C.'s coastlne s at best an effort n futlty. Even wth man's ablty to put a man on the moon and the many other techncal wonders of our tmes, we as yet have not been able to fnd a way to contan and control ol splls. At the meetng wth Mr. Hall, consderable dscusson took place regardng the effects of an ol spll upon the commercal salmon fshery. However, not one person mentoned the fact that the coastlne between Dxon Entrance and Ktmat s as scencally beautful as any coastlne n the world, ncludng the Gulf slands. Because ths northwestern part of B.C. s remote and rarely seen by most Canadans. does that make t any less valuable? The wld and natural values of ths 'regon arc beyond smple decsons made by ~ oltcans and nustralsts. Even though a major ol spll wll not necessarhtake place, the slghte.~t possblty of t happenng and seeng hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude ol coverng many square mles of coastal nlets and shorelnes has to be enough to make the most hardened antenvronmentalst crnge! As have mentoned n one of my past columns, very serous envronmental damage can result from constructon of an ol ppelne. Should the Ktmat-Edmonton ppelne go ahead, the probable route wll follow the Copper Rver. At least ths has been the choce to date accordng to lvr. Hall. Upon questonng from myself, Mr. Hall ndcated that the ol lne would follow the exstng places as Prnce George and the lower manland. The scenc and aesthetc values are mportant to most of the people who enjoy fshng and travellng n ths beautful rver valley and should not be treated lghtly. And as have mentoned n the past. the Copper Rver s one of the top ten steelhead rvers n B.C.. gvng t the status of a "specal rver". requrng the non-resdents of B.C. to pay extra lcence fees to fsh h)r steelhead. 1 asked Mr. lall f Trans Mountan has consdered followng lghway 16 rather than gong through the ('opper Valley. He sad the hghway route has been consdered hut the cost of approxmately $400,000 per mle of ol ppelne constructon dctates that the shortest route possble be selected. n summarzng, Mr. Hall stated that Canadans and n partcular, Brtsh Columbans, must decde that, wth our declnng producton of petroleum n Canada, we have to decde whch s the most mportant, energy or the envronment. Mrs. Campagnolo sad that as long as she s the M.P. for Skeena, she wll not allow the commercal fshery to be destroyed, n fact f a choce has to be made, fsh protens as a food source s more mportant than petroleum as an energy source. n my opnon, the choce s not between energy, fsh or the envronment, rather t s the choce of the most B.C. Hydro rght of way.. Ths certanly would keep t economcal locaton for the ppelne. s t necessary to away from the Copper Rver shp Mddle East ol to the for most of the route, except west coast of Canada when where rver crossngs were more desrable and necessary. Unfortunately, wherever excavatons take presently used unloadng termnals are already n place, the possblty of serous sltng takng place operaton on the east coast of Canada. are a fact of lfe and t only The northern Alaska-B.C. takes one small creek ppelne to Edmonton uprunnng through ~ unstable pears to be more acceptable sol condtons to serously' from an envronmental effect the fshery values of a rver such as the Copper. pont of vew and s favored by many poltcans. Mr. Hall told the meetng that the sze of the.ol ppe beleve that as Brtsh Columbans we mustdo a lot would be 30 nches n of 'soul-searchng' and dameter, Once agan, the aesthetc decde that over the long term, whch s most values of a beautful rver..benefcal for us as valley s playng second Canadans, rather than fddle to economc and n- what s most benefcal to dustral development, the U.S.A. Ths s not an The Copper Rver s a ant-amercan poston nor very mportant recreatonal a selfsh poston, rather t s rver to resdents of Terrace lookng after our own nand Ktmat, as well as to many toursts and Brtsh terests. Surely we are ndependant enough n our Columbans from such own country to make these knds of decsons. f t s ultmately decded that the ol ppelne wll be bult between Ktmat and Edmonton, the route n my opnon must not be allowed to go through the Copper Valley. Whether or not the cost of the ol ppelne s $400,000 a mle should not be the concern of the people who lve n the Terrace- Ktmat area, rather t s our responsblty to assure that envronmental, socal, recreatonal and aesthetc values are protected and preserved wthn the lmtatons mposed. n other words, f there s less of a rsk to the above values f the ol ppelne were to follow the Yellowhead Hghway (Hghway 16) then ths s the choce we should make. The cheapest and shortest route should not be our concern. There wll' be publc hearngs, probably n November and December of ths year and as custodans of ths very valuable and beautful part of Brtsh Columba, beleve that t s the responsblty of all of us not to be stampeded nto makng any rash decsons partcularly for short term economc gan. f, n the wsdom of the poltcans, the ol ndustry and the Energy Board, the ol ppelne s gong to be bult, let us make sure that t s bult to the hghest of standards wth the greatest benefactors beng the Canadan publc over the long term, rather than to the ol ndustry and busness nterests who would explot the development for ther own personal gan. Fre hazard hgh n northern B.C. Hgh forest fre hazards are reported n northern B.C. and n the southern coastal and nteror regons of the provnce. All other areas of the provnce report a low to moderate hazard. Seventy-two new fres were reported ths week, 35 fres are stll burnng n B.C. All fres are under patrol wth no serous problems. Weekend recreatonsts are asked to exercse cauton when travellng n or near forested areas and remember, f you spot a forest fre, dal "0" and ask for Zenth Ths wll result n mmedate acton beng taken by the Forest Servce. To date ths year, 687 forest fres have occurred compared to 2,142 for the correspondng perod last year. Estmated fre suppresson costs to date are $2,058,511 compared to $5,307,578 for the same perodn A Canadan Red Cross Summer Safety Tp: For poor swmmers and hestant beaters, help s at the other end of a phone cal 1 to the Red Cross Water Safety Servce. Be prepared. Yell to us for help! B.C. Forest Products shares down Brtsh Columba Forest Products Lmted recently reported earnngs for the frst half of 1976 of $12 mllon on sales of $175.3 mllon as compartd to earnngs of $16.5 mllon and sales of $16:1.6 mllon for the same perod of Earnngs per common share for the sx months were $1.56 compared to $2.16 for the frst half of last year. Second quartet" earnngs for BCFP ths year were $5.9 mllon or 77 cents per share on sales of $93.9 mllon. Ths compares wth earnngs of $12 mllon or $1.58 per share and sales of $95.6 mllon durng the second. quarter of BCFP charman lan A. Barclay noted that the lower frst half earnngs ths year reflected sgnfcant ncreases n costs of producng lumber, pulp and newsprnt over 1975 levels and an unfavorable exchange rate on the U.S. dollar. Lumber sales volumes and prces whch mproved from last year were more than offset by the 'se n producton costs. Exchange had the effect of decreasng net sales by $6.2 mllon on a comparatve bass to 1975., Lower second quarter earnngs, affected by generally rsng costs, were also adversely ht by exchange on the stronger Canadan dollar and by the effects of the month long dspute endng n June on the B.C. Ralway whch slowed Mackenze operatons. n revewng frst half market results, Barclay stated that whle offshore lumber markets were only slghtly mproved, U.S. demand ncreased and prces were good as customer nventores were replenshed on the expectaton of rsng rates of housng starts. However, sales weakened toward the end of the half as the expected ncrease n starts dd not qute materhlze. U.S. housng starts are stll projected to reach 1.5 mllon n Domestc plywood sales were adequate although prces dropped sharply n June to meet U.S." competton. Overseas plywood sales contnue to be generally weaker. Softwood bleached kraft pulp demand contnued to mprove n the U.S. and proceedng at a satsfactory level. He was updatng a specal report to shareholders of June 30 whch noted that relmnary closng ~ oeuments on the $3(1( mllon venture were sgned May 26 between BCFP and The Donohue Comp:my of Quebec. Preparaton of the pulp mll ste near St. Felcen began n May and some offshore recovery was evdent. Barclay contnued, mprovements are now beng planned for the three "However, there are stll uncertantes n the sawmlls whch were purchased as part of the new marketplace whch may.manufacturng complex. result n some producton curtalment." On a more Barclay outlned BCFP's concerns about amendpostve note he added, "Newsprnt sales contnue merts to Canada's antnflaton legslaton n- strong and should reman so." deatng that, "... f raplemented, (they) wll The company charman create even more problems ndcated that work on the for a cyclcal ndustry such new jontly developed pulp as ours." Hs crtcsms and lumber project n centered on the govern- Quebec s underway and ment's selecton of base perods for the ndustry, the puntve aspects of an 85 percent margn restrcton and removal of unt cost rules prevously allowed, tc concluded by sayng. "t s most unfortunate that the program s placng everncreasng restrants on our ndustry at a tme when t s just begnnng to recover from e tremely poor market condtons." n the summer of 1887 the frst steam boat to appear. on the Mackenze Rver, Northwest Terrtores. was named the "Wrgley", plyng between Fort Smth and Fort McPherson. The A~cte was frst.. namddb~ the Greeks - after ARKTOS. the constellaton of the Great Bear. CALL LONG DSTANCE. AND GET SOMETHNGFOR NOTHNG. When you want to call long dstance, but you haven't got the person's number, you can dal drectory assstance to most places n Canada and the U.S. At no charge: For all areas n B.C. not ncluded n your local drectory, call For areas outsde B.C., call area code Area codes are lsted n the front of your phone book. Once you've got the number you want, remember that most staton-to-staton calls you dal your'self (112) cost less. Now, sn't that somethng? BD, TEL Brtsh Oolumba Assessment Authorty NOTOE TO RESDENTAL PROPERTY OWNERS Under the provsons of the Assessment Act, property owners who have owned and lved n the;r homes contnuously from January, 1959 to the present, may be elgble to have the 1971 assessed value of ther land based on ts resdental use only, regardless of the fact that ts actual value may be hgher doe to nfluences of a non.resdental nature. An example would be a resdence n a commercal area. To clam elgblty t s necessary for you to fle an applcaton wth the Area Assessor on or before September.lst, f you consder that your property could qualty under ths provson, you are urged to contact the Area Assessor's offce mmedately and obtan the form of applcaton (known as A.C. 25). H.R. JONES NORTH WEST AREA ASSESSOR Lakelse Avenue TERRACE, B.C. PHONE NO THURSDAY, nflaton Fghter Specal Buy a bucket of ~ ~ 1 ~ fnger lckn' good ~ ~ ' ~ ' ~ Kentucky Fred Chcken ~ ~ ~ 1 and take advantage of N~ W /,j the great Thursday savngs' Thursday, Aug. 5th,. You Save $1.61. ColoneSanders recpe nt=ck FHed gh,.k n ' A Canadan Company Colonel Sanders and hs boys make t "fnger lckn' good" at the ERNE'S TAKE HOME near you. Applcatons are nvted for the poston of KTMAAT VlLLA6E HOME SOHOOL O0-ODNATOR Whose general dutes wll be: () Counsellng. ndvdual students and. Counsellng the natural parents and.or guardans. (2) Workng wth schools (provndal schools), prncpals, teachers and school counsellors. (3) Specal Servces (4) Admnstraton (5) Workng wth School Commttees BASCQUALFCATONS: :1. Basc knowledge of ntervewng and counsellng technques. 2. Ablty to analyze and evaluate, organze and communcate orally and n wrtng. 3. Abslty to establsh and mantan effectve workng relatons wth staff and the publc; ablty to adapt to changng stuatons; ablty to exercse dscreton, tact, frmness and persuasveness. 4. Ablty to relate to and communcatewth students. DESREABLE QUALFCATONS: 1. Ablty to organze the colle~cton of statstcal data. 2. Ablty to plan. 3. Knowledge of admnstratve prnc!pals, practces and procedures. salary; Startng wll be $700 per month subject to revew after the end of a sx month probaton perod. For further nformaton call or between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday to Frday.. Send resume to: Ktmaat Vllage Councl Hasla P.O. Box 1101 Ktmaat Vllage, B.C. V0T 2B0 Before 4 p.m. Frday, July 30, t

9 ' " ByMaryannBurdett / ' Royal Canad an Legon (Pacfc) Branch No. 13 Terrace THE HERALD, Wednesday, August 4, 1976, PAGE A9 Ganzenberg- Fell weddng Mr. and Mrs, Conrad ' gesture was made when Chllwack B.C. addressed pleasantres of the day. Congratulatons to Branch on a Tech. Course and Cpl. Ganzenberg and Mr, and "M,;rlynn and Douglas the Brdal party and guests Mr. and Mrs. Fell now 13 of the Royal Canadan C. Wlson on a Jr. NCO Mrs, Wlfred J, Fell and presented each of ther and revewedhappyeventsof resde at 3515 Kalum St. Legon on wnnng the Best course. LAW L. MacDonald many guests were present Mothers wth a rose from the past and present. Mr. C. Terrace. Non-Commercal Float s at Vernon Camp for a at Knox Unted Church on the brdal bouquet. The Gamenberg spoke of the Out of town guests for the award and the best Parade Basc Tranng Course June 19, The occason was recepton was at the Vertas happness of the brdal weddngwere:mr.andmrs. Entry n the Annual Lons "whch lasts two weeks and the marrage vows of hall wth a smorgosbord couple and ssued a warm Jack Neson and Bonne-- Rver Boat Parade. The F-S D, Stubbns s at Camp Marlynn and Douglas read served by the Catholc personal welcome to all the Port Edward, Mr. Harry float was magnfcent, a Penhold for sx weeks on a by Rev. D. Lews. Mrs. Women's" League, To guests.. Mater--Port Edward, Mrs. real trbute to the Legon's Basc nstructors Course. Lews played approprate receve the guests Mrs., Congratulatory messages Goerge Sheppard--Port Golden Annversary and a Spendng four weeks at the organ weddng musc. Genzenberg chose a blue were read from Terry and Edward, Mss Maranne pleasure for the people of Vernon Camp for Band are The altar floral chffon gown wth' a whte Shela Rley of Vancouver, Ganzenberg-Vancouver, Terrace to survey. Comrade Sgt. Vaa Henke, Cpl. Backarrangements conssted of orchd corsage and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. N. Douglas of Mr. Kelly Houlden-- standards of whte and Fell wore a green orchd Terrace who were Vancouver, Mr. Dan Smth- Bud Krkaldy and the many man, LAC Warner and LAC people he drected should be Krk.. W.O. lp. Johnson s yellow dases centered wth corsage on her gown n a vacatonng n Vancouver, Vancouver, Mr. Rod Smthhghly commended for the takng part n the sx week a crystal bowl of whte glads tangerne s h a d e. Dr. Palmer Carson of Smthers, Mss Sandy and coral carnatons.. Mr. Vd6r Sandhals en- Dundalk, Ontaro, and Mr. Place--Chetwynd, Mrs. results of ther efforts. Basc Glder Course at Tbe ushers were Mr. joyed hs role as Master of and Mrs. W.E. Fsher of Edth Muller--Wllowdale Thank you also to our Camp Nanamo. We wsh all Ceremones and called on Styner, Ontaro. The Head Ontaro, Mr. and Mrs. Second Vce-Presdent these young people great Oswald Kenapfel and Mr. wthout whose "n- success wth ther coursed.robert Fen. The groom was Mr. C. Place to propose a Offce of B.C. Packers of Borden Penny--Oraugevlle attredn a bege tuxedo and toast to the Brde to whch whch Mr. Ganzerberg s the Ontaro, Mr. and Mrs. J. terjecton" moment the float a may touchy not andhope upon ther to return hear the results hs attendants-john K the Groom repled. John Port Edward Manager also Schultzk--Chnwaek, Mr. have made t through the Sandhals and Gerald P. Sandhas then proposed a sent a specal message, and Mrs. C, Blakeburnstreets of Terrace. The Terrace Ar Cadets.Wesley wore suts of toast to the brdesmads. Darcng to the musc of Westbank, Mr. and Mrs., f you have notced the. have made an excellent complmentary colours. Mr. Joe Schultzk, the Nght Hawks ended the andr bertdavd--ktmat.fell' Merre-Rael] The Brde presented a... absence of many of ou" Ar showng over the past for Cadets from Terrace whch much credt has to go pleasng pcture n her long recently t s because to the youth themselves, vel and tradtonalgown of fourteen of the cadets are Branch 13 as ther spon- organza wth gupure lace away to camps. A C 2' sorng body and n par- and asheafofcoralroseson Wafzg, AC2 Rasmussen, tcular, men lke Comrades her arm. LAC Warner and LAW Derek Hales and Peter The Brde's attendants Cruzelle are spendng two Clarke who put so much Barbara Kluss and Karl weeks at a Basc Tranng tme and effort nto workng Place were gowned n Camp held n Penhold, wth the cadets. Another shades of coral, wearng Alberta. Asoat Penhold for group Terrace can be proud pcture" hats and they three weeks are Sgt. D. Hll o[. carred nosegays of yellow t roses Another charmng m... note was the presence of $32, ~. Phormocsts ntroduce drug controls coral flower g'ls pnafore, :nd holdng a nosegay oz Pear St. below U.O0 Haugland, 3.6 acres Scott Ave.,2 bdrm.homeon g.lot. : yellow roses. A pleasng -~ $65, $32, B Presdent Gerry Lundren curtaled. Wth ths ob- drectly from the phar- Over thelastnnemontls, o~ ~, = of Vctora announced the ]entre n mnd," he con- macst". The College.. has.. sponsored ~." ~ ~.,.~ :. ~h~-j : 4901 Davs Street, 4 bdrms., 2 freplaces McConnell Ave., 2 xrms., freplace, : garage.. new controls over drug tnued, "Councl s now He concluded by sayng, SePu%C~flCcoCOn:lo nu = $62,800:00 dstrbuton that the College requrng all pharmacsts to "Pror to the sale of any of $29, of Pharmacsts wll be become more nvolved wth these medcatons, the prescrpton medcatons, at [ll~,~./.~,~j ~ mplementng ths August patents and ther drug nharmacst must assure varous centres throughout ~~r~'7/~:/ ;'? 2711 Skeena St..A bdrms., 1 freplace. 1st. purchases, hmself that the patent,s the provnce, m order that ~~:'~~ : $$9, , Tetrault St., 3 bdrm.. 2 yr. old.,,, Mr. Lundgren stated, "Henceforth", he sad, aware of both the proper use pharmacsts can provde the.-~'.: ~ ~),~,~,l,~k $29, : "Federal legslaton per- "pharmacsts must relocate of the medcaton aswel as necessary nformaton and ~ ~ ~. ~, ~. ranng to "drugs s prn- ther non-prescrpton the specal precautons respond to questonng by ~,~-ce~'-~cn-.e~u,,mv : 4503 Eby Street, 3 bdrms., on 5 acres. cpalymanufacturng,concerned labellng.wth the vsblemedcat nsto thes pharmacstthey are assocated wth each drug. the pubhc.. ' : $57, bdrms.Straume Ave., 3 bdrm. home, could be 4 effectveness and and wthn 20 feet of the ; $28, desgnaton of prescrpton dspensary. Ths area must 4115 Banner Street 3 bdrm,, ]lreplace,, only drugs " But legslatve be vsually dstnct from the ' ~,.e Women vctms of cancer.,..o.oo 2Acres. CornerofSeuce&Floyd..... ' ' dstrbutonc ntr l s Vera provncaldrug bebalanee fthepremsesanddesgnated prerogatve and s ex- 'Pharmacy' by means of pressed n the respectve specal pharmacy sgns.,1820 Davs Street, 3 xlrn s.,. 1 freplace. $27, = provncal Pharmacy Acts, Through the use of un(~,uely ' SSS, Weber Ave. 3 bdrm. 4 yr. old. : Bylaws and Regulatons. desgned shelf-talkers, he enorance and fear often be.obtaned from by wrtng Vancouver; 857 Caledona,,. n BC.C..., he. contnued,... contnued, t " [s Councl s make woffmn vmums of t~! B..C-.'-'~hdylkon~Dt/f~Ufl~ 'Vctora; or. No :..,,...~.. ' $27, ".. "= "the respohsblty- fop: Wsh',to" make,'the~'publc ' "c~h'(se[,"'v~t thp r~,,t~ ~,-,~ ~"fl~dd~;-~oh'dd~r'~:~[e"t~/~!secon'd ~:, AWnue~ Kam Straome Ave'~ 4 'bdr' hp., 2,fl,r(~pla~es,.-~:... ~... : - :, '.::. 1B admnsterng the Phar- more aware and thoughtful not so fr~htenn~ 1926 "We'st" Broadway, loops.) 4643 Ooulet Ave., 3 bdrm. 5 yr. old. macy Act s vested n the f ts drug purchases so that Women can do a great : Councl of the College of.each ndvdual wll more deal to protect themselves PharmacSts'. Ths closely balance hs or her ~ from ths dsease " CANADA. $25, l'l F011 SALE Councl, over whch he s purchases to ther actual The most common cancer DEPARTMENT of TRANSPORT CORNER GROCERY STORE- 20x50 ft Hallwel, Ave.,3bdrm., Frankln heater. = presdent, takes ts medcaton needs. Many stes n women are located B concrete block bldg., wth attached responsblty serously and common alments, such as n parts of the body that can Pl01FlO lb ; storage shed. Located on 2 lots nn new $25,000.00! the roe motvaton for these constpaton or some be easly examned by a SEllVlOES REGON subdv, that wlll eventually have developed new controls comes from a headaches, may be more doctor. Ths would ad early 240 lots, that's a lot of famles to provde 5012 Lunfear. 3 bdrm. older home. professonal commtment to approprately treated by detecton, so crucal to the SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the ~_ 1 WOMAN groceres BUSY- forl and KEEP - feed THE the famly LTTLE at " protect the publc from ts mnor changes n det or lfe possblty of cure. Department of Transport, Regonal Manager, [ $19, roll tnknowng msuse of non-.style. rather than by pop- The fve prncple cancer m cost. prescrpton medcatons, png a pll", stes n women, wth ther Constructon Servces, 739 West Hastngs Street, Mr. Lundren went on to Mr. Ludgren then went on ncdence out of every t00 Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1A2,and marked, "Tender --" VALUABLE COMMERCAL CORNER say,, "over the last few to state that, "n addton to cancer cases, are'. breast-- for Reroofng of Mantenance Garage at Prnce ' PROPERTY Westvew Drve, VEW LOT. 3 lots wth an older duplex presently years, the Councl has these changes, certan other 25 cases: skn-d7; ntestne- Rupert Arport, B.C.", wllbe receved up to 3:00 - rented. The prce s only 539,00o.00 wth $16, : become ncreasngly con- medcatons can no longer rectum--12: uterus--ll: and P.M, PDST, August 5, _~ 510,000.00down. Vendor wll carry balan~:e cerned over socety's be purchased on a self- cervx--6, at bank nterest rates to relable party. Westvew Drve, Lot 9. ~ growng useofdrugs. Ths servce bass n ths Ths year, the Canadan Plans, specfcatons and other tender ll FORMOREDETALSandTOVEW, call ncreasng relance upon the p r o v n c e. T h o s e Cancer Socety's educaton documents may be examned at the offce of the os anytme. : chemcal crutch to obtan medcatons havng a program s concentratng on undersgned, 7th Floor, Prescoff Buldng, 549 rapd and easy releffrom greaterpotental to cause two effectve and mportant E common alments must be dstress must be obtamecl precautons women can take Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6C 2C6, and ss2,ooo.oo 5036 Graham Avenue, 1Vn acre., to protect" ther health-- copes obtaned on depost of a certfed cheque breast self-examnaton and for $28.00 made paya he to the Recever General 4723 Loen Ave., 7 bdrms., 1 freplace. $t5, FOR SALE the Pap test. of Canada. The best screenng $51, Mlls Ave., g. lot 119x185. Retal Hardware Store method for breast cancer Plans and specfcatons wll also be on dsplay can be done by women at the Amalga mated COnstructon Assocaton of m 4112 Sparks St., 4 bdrms., 1 freplace. themselves Breast self- PRCE S SLASHED n northern B.C. Good profts. deal for examnaton practsed B.C., 2675 Oak Street, Vancouver; Constructon Vendor wll take $22,000,00. for ths m. experenced person who wshes to go nto monthly n the prvacy of Plan Servces, 3788 Myrtle Street, Burnaby, $46, maculale 3 bdrm. 12x06 Statesman, wth the home, takes lttle tme BTC.; Bulkley Valley-Lakes Dstrct Con- 12x20 addton, fully fenced and land- busness for hmself. Reply Box,1133, but wll enable a woman to structon Assocaton, 45 N. Broadway, BBX 2288, ~ Cra [9 Ave., 3 bdrms. & a 3 bdrm. sute. scaped. DRVE BY No, 20 CARBOU RO. m AT COPPERSDE~ call us to vew. dscover unusual condtons Smthers, B.C.; Prnce Rupert Constructon $45, c/o The Terrace Herald. of the breast n tme for ear.ly Assocaton, rd Avenue West, Prnce and effectve treatment. Rupe't, B.C.; and Terrace Constructon The.method of BSE s 2519 Skeena Streat, 2 bdrm. ~ home, new. $14, smple and can be learned Assocaton, 4931 Keth Avenue, Terrace, B.C. E $4s,ooo.oo Westvew Drve, Lot 8. Terraoe 01eaners & Laundry Ud, 4544 Lakelse Ave, Terrace, B.C, Phone FOR SALE Only 5 HP cleaver Brook'ol tred bolet wth return pump and tank, fully automatc. Two hundred gallon hot water tank, cement lned and steam heated thermostatc controls. Crculatng pump. Only 45 lb. Supreme dry cleanng machne.. Hot unt fully automatc, 3 phase. Only 25 lb. Troy laundry washer soap necflon. Fully automatlc. Only Chcago flat roner 100" by 18" Roller. Steam heated. phase. Only or 2 glrl operated Aax shrt unlt wlth automatc folder. 1 Only Csel form fnsher. 1 Only back press yolk. Only Hew Yorker unform body press 2 Only 'Panfox utlty presses, 2 Only 50 lb. Hubesch laundry dry~ers. 1 Only Clssel ronng board wth low boy. 1 Only laundry exf'actor S". phase. Two 50 h. Huebseh laundry washers, sem-automatc wth 24" extractor ncludng tray attached between 2 washers and extractor, 3 phase. (MANY MORE EXTRA EQU ~MENT NOT LSTED) from a doctor durng a check-up and the Cancer Socety also has pamphlets avalable on the-method. (Pamphlets and n~ formaton about cancer can H.A. Stevenson, Regonal Manager, Constructon Servces, Canadan Ar Transportaton Admnstraton Drect from farmer t0 consumer. Gran fed beef n our own feed lot, slaughtered n our own lcenced slaughterh0use. t~ Beef 79' per lb.,.hnd quarter. $1.()9 per lb. cut, wrapped & frozen. 'L ' " Front quaffer. 59' per lb S.l.S. Meats., ; Dvson of S..S. Ranches Vanderhoef, B.C. Phone co, t Fre~ Delvery ~ 4740 Olson Avenue, 4 bdrms., g lot. 100x122. $42, Thomas St., 3 bdrms., 109x110 t, ot. $38, Sparks Street,'4 bdrm. older home. $35, Graham Ave., 5 bdrms., furnshngs neld. 1 w $38, Skeena st., 3 bdrms, lot 150x210. $32,S Ag.ar Ave., 3 bdrm home & a 2 bdrm. $14, Scott Ave., g. corner lot - 80x , Skeena Street, Lot 5,.77 Acre. $10, each 3 lots on Tuck Avenue. $10, Ac4ar Avenue, lot 55 x 188. $9, Halllwell Avenue, Lot 69 by 145 feet. $9, Galr Ave., L~. of 78 x 127 feet. CALL US FOR MORE DETALS ON m

10 PAGE AO,THE HERALD. Wednesday, August 4, 1976 The Herald, 3212 Kalum Street P.O. Box 399 Terrace, B.C. Phone Subscrpton rates: Slngle copy 20 cents. Monthly by carder 80 cents. Yearly by mall n Canada , Sx months n Canada $7.00. Senor Ctzens per year. Yearly by mal outsde Canada' Sx months $ Authorzed as second class mall by the Post Offce Department, Ottawa and for payment of postage n cash. Classfeds due by 12:00 noon Monday for frst 20 words, 10 cents each word thereafter. No refunds on classfed ads. 1. Comng Events Weght Watchers meetng held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Knox Unted Church Hall, 4907 Lazelle Avenue. CELEBRTY JEWELLRY SALE ends August 19. Buy one tem mn. S5 and purchase second tem V= prce. To place an order or for ap. palntment to vew phone or (P-32) NCHES AWAY CLUB Meet every Tuesday nght at 8:00 n the Skeena Health Und. For more nformaton phone or Terrace Duplcate Brdge Club wll commence play each Tuesday nght at 7:30. Play wll be n Room 4, Caledona Hgh School. All brdge players are nvted to attend. For part. nershlp or nformaton. Phone (CTF) Natve Resource Center wll hold a BNGO every Tuesday nght Grelg $1.50 for frst card, $1.00 for. each addtonal card or 6 cards for $4.00 (Ctf) The Terrace Curlng Assocaton wshes to announce : that the upstars of the Curlng Rnk s now avalable for rental. For further nformaton please call (31) Thornhll Calore Counters meet every Tuesday, Thornhll Elementary School, 7:15 p.m. New members welcome from Terrace and Thornhlll. Rebekah Lodge Bazaar and Tea. Oddfellows Hall. November :30 p.m (P- 13) The Chld Mncllng ~.entre s open for the chldren at 3308 Kalum (Trgo's Buldng) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Frday. Supervsed creatve play for chldren ages 1 to 6 years. The centre s beng operated on a grant from the Federal Government's Student, Employment Program and s ~. sponsored by the Terrace, Women's Organzaton. A nomnal hourly fee s charged to cover operatng expenses. For ft~rther nformaton cel'the Centre at Loyal Order of Moose Lodge No. 1820, Terrare, B.C. Meetng held every 2nd and 4th Thur. sday evern month at 8 p.m.. Phone CTF Kermode Four Wl~eelers Meetngs 1st Wednesday of each month at 8 p.m. n the meetng room at the Sandman nn. For further nformaton phone Anyone nterested n sponsorng a chld through World wde Vson s nvted to come to 4814 Olson Ave., Terrace at 8p.m. on Frday, August 6. A representatve from World Vson wll be there. (P.31) ALCOHOLCS ANONYMOUS Men., Thurs., Sat. Phone , Busness Personal RCHARD STEELE FLOORNG NSTALLATONS For complete carpet, lnoleum and fle nstallaton. Com- mercal & resdental. n town, out of town. Phone fc-~) TEBBAOE APPLANOE REPAR 4621 Park Ave. Box 568, Terrace - fast effcent servce to all makes of major applances. Westnghouse Servce O Depot Call B For PARTC PACTON wth ACTON Jon Terrace Ftness Centre Swmmng (Heated Pool). Sauna. Super. vsed Gym Open 7 ~ys AWeek Monthly or yearly membershp Jon Anytme 3313 Kalum (Across from arena) Phone.~3S.$3~! Work Wanted: Bulldozng, c cleerlng, basement dggng, etc. Backhoe work, rote.tllng, post hole dggng. Phone (Ctf) Web Refrgeraton OUCE Authorzed Servce Depot Repars to Refrgerators Freezers, Washers, Dryers, And Ranges (Ctf) NEW N TERRACE. Pro.teeh Electronc Engneerng. We specalze n repar of all home and commercal electronc systems. We wll also engneer to your requ'emenf. No Lakelse =, General Carpentry Low Rates No job too bg or small, Free estmates on remodellng, roofng, porches, sdng, pantng, spraytex celng. Phone Ask for John after 6 P.M. (Tfn) Golden Rule: Odrl lobs for the jobless. Phone :~P Kalum. (CTF) Bll's Wndow Cleaner & Jantoral Servces Commercal & Resdental. Carpet Cleanng & Rentalsl ' 19. Help Wanted -leavy uury salesman requred for Terrace.Smlthers area. Send resume care of 6. Deaths Manager, Box 3340, Smlthers, B.C. (C.31) HAYWARD, Leonard John of " 4931 Walsh Ave., Terrace, B.C. Help Wantecl: Experenced passed away suddenly n Vc- teller. Apply n person torla on July 16, 1976 n hs 61st Lakelse Ave. (C-31) year. Lovngly remembered by h s wfe Verna her chldren and. Tax Drvers hs daughters, Laure and Judl, Full tme, part tme, Class 4 hs brother, Ed Hayward of lcence and polce permt, Vancouver and hs sster, Hd~ requred, Contact manager, of St. John, New Brunswck. Terrace Tax (CTF)..; Flowers gratefully declned. Requre freman for heavy duty Donatons may be sent to and truck tres. Phone Smlthers Elk's Purple Cross or between 6and7 p.m. Fund. or wrte Box 3:21, Burns Lake. 13. Personal Babystter Wanted to come nto awmghme News, p~cture ans, home startng September. dances for Swngers n Wash. Phone after 4: , (C. and Western Canada. Est ) $3 per" copy or free detals. CY Club, P,O, Box 2410, New 24, Stuatons Wanted ' ' Westmnster; B.C. V3L 5B6 (P- Wll do babysttng n own 34) home. Phone (C-31) 24. Stuatons Wanted Part tme desgn for house, carport plans and ndustral buldngs. Phone after 6 p.m. (C-31) 32. Bcycles, Motorcycles For Sale: 1975 Honda CB360 Twn. Excellent condton. Phone before $812, ask for Peter. (P-31) 33. For Sale. Msc. : Washer spn dryer. One set roof racks. Sutable for Volkswagen Van or Landrover. Phone (aft) 4 Used Western Saddles for Sale. Phone Rebult Engnes avalable at Sears. Save $30.00 on complete Engne wth Heads. Phon= or see Page 200 of our Summer Values Catslogue. Smpson Sears Ltd Lazelle Ave. Terrace, B.C. L;~estock Owners Buy your hay now. Fall prces. Take delvery as you requre. Phone For Sale: 1 Thomson center arms 50 calber muzzle loader. Phone after (P-31) Prce-Skeena Forest Products Ltd. wll have a sale of low grade lumber Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. X- marked - $20 per 1000 bd. ft. Economy s4g per 1000 bd. ft. Ctf For Sale: Clothes dryer. Very good condton (P.31) For Sale: 20' rver boat traler. Has to be seen. to be apprecated. Phone (P- 33) For sale: one teak table, one cherry wood combnaton stereo, T.V., record player. Clarotone, orange shag rug 6'x9', green area rug, spn' washer, dryer. Days or nghts (C-31) For Sale: Gbson 20' deep freeze. older unt but stll n good condton. AMF Husky Jr. Snow Blower. 4. Has had very lttle use. 5 HP motor and wth 26" deep bte. 14' plywood boat. Ths boat s deally suted for fshng and s safe for chldren. 8' brch ktchen counter wth stanless steel snk. Has been used n lake cabn but has drawers, etc.. Sutable for use anywhere. For all these tems phone anytme. (C-31) C.14 Lund Boat, Traler and Motor.S600. Phone (P- 31) For Sale: one Hoover washer spn dryer and one Smplcty washer spn dryer. Phone after S. (P.31) Whte portable dt,hwasher. Excellent condton. Phone P-:~ll,o J Year round fun. Assemble or J dsmantle n 20 mn. Store n space 3'x3'x3'. a Szes on / dsplay At A & Mac rly 8;rdJ J now. (Ctf) / 22 Channel Atlas Mark V CB bass set and hand mke. Brand new. Also antenna and Co.axe Parklane tent traler. Lke new, barely used. Sleeps 6. Phone Ron at (C-31) Spot Cash for Used Furnture, Antques, all useable tems. The Furnture Stall For Sale: 10'x40' joey shack. nsulated and panelled. And 1967 Ford 2 dr. hardtop, 1967 Pontac, 1966 Ford. Phone For Sale: Floor Polsher, Dog House and Anmal Cage for ar travel. 24" electrc range, (aft) 39. Boats & Engnes '12' Alumnum boat wth 6 HP Johnson motor, paddle & 4 lfe Jackets. Excellent condton. $600. Phone (P-31) For Sale: 24 foot rver boat & traler, 50 HP Mercury jet outboard. All rggng, gas tanks, lfe jackets, etc. $1,500. Phone or (P- 33) New Sangster boats are now avalable at Chnook Trsler Sales Ltd. Presently we have n stock three new nboardoutboard beats and some used outboard unts. Phone Dealer No. D (Ctf) 30 ft. unsnkable flbreform rverboat wth 450 cu. n. marne motor and Jacuzzl Jet. Heavy duty tandem Traler. Total value. $14,500. Wll sell for S12,000 or closest offer: Phone or wrte 4136 Guest Cres. Prnce George B.C. 41. Machnery for Sale E Angle Blade HP Cat Tractor E Angle Blade LP Cat Tractor E Angle Blade LP Cat Tractor HD1 Angle Blade AC Tractor A Angle Blade Cat Tractor Clark Grapple Skdder. McMartln Machnery Ltd. B.C.R. ndustral Ste, Prnce George, B.C evenngs (C-32) 1965 ";andem nter. truck wth dump box. 549 engne n good runnng order. $3000 or best offer. Phone (P.31) 47, Homes for Rent For Rent: one bedroom fully furnshed house n Thornhlll For rent: 1 bedroom furnshed house n Thornhll., Avalable mmedately, phone 635.S775. (Cft) For rent: one house. Aloha Traler Park , 1148 Old Lakelse Lk. Rd. (Cff) For Rent or Sale: By owner - under $40, bedroom full basement, very comfortable home. Large fenced, well treed lot wth good garden area. Separate garage. mmedlete occupancy Scott. Phone (Cff) For Rent: 2 bedroom home. Kalum Lk. Drve. Phone (Ctf),47. Homes 'for Rent 48. Sutes for Rent 3 hedroom house for rent. Fully carpeted. Frldge & stove, close to town & school. Phone (P-31) For Rent- 2 bedroom house and 3 room cabn. Phone or call at'4919 McDeek. (P.31) 4a. Sutes fer Rent For Rent: 2 bedroom sute n' 6. plex and n duplex. Frldge & stove. For small famly. No pats. Thornhll area. Phone (P.31) Senor Ctzens Rental Accommodaton 3404 Kalum St. B.C. Housng ~anagement Com. msson s takng ap. plcatons for senor ctzen accommodatons n a 40 unt, 3 storey apartment buldng wth elevator at 3404 Kalum Street, Terrace, B.C. nterested persons over age 55, may apply to M. Langley, P.O. Box 303, Terrace or phone J.D. Scott, n Prnce Rupert for n. formaton. Bachelor or one bedroom unt avalable. Successful applcants' may be able to apply tar rental supplements dependng on annual ncomes. B.C. Housng Management Commsson.D. Scott Area Manager For rent: 3 bedroom townhouse apartments wth full basement. No Straume, Cedar Grove Gardens. (Ctf) For rent: small 1 bedroom sute. Prvate entrance and bathroom. Fully furnshed. Prefer sngle lady or couple. Downtown Lazelle Ave. Phone (P-31) For rent: 3 bedroom basement sute. Frdge & Stove. W-W carpet. Unfurnshed. Natural gas. Avalable mmedately. Close to town Davs St. Phone (P.31) For rent: fully furnshed bachelor apartment. Heat and lghts ncluded. $90 per month. Phone : Call a.t 4604 Tuck Ave. (P.31) Basement for rent. 2 bedroom. Frdge & stove. Close to town and school (P.31) For Rent: large furnshed unt for rent at 3707 Kalum Court. Phone 63S (Cff) Sutes for Rent Keystone Cou't Apartments. Offce No. '~ Scott. & 2 & 3 ~droom apartments For Rent: 2 bedroom Apt. Frldge & stove, electrc heat. Free laundry facltes. No pets Rver Drve. Phone (Ctf) NEW SUTES FOR RENT,Some Furnshed. CLNTON MANOR Bedroom & Studos. W-W carpets, drapes, sauna, game room, laundromat, pressurzed hallways, securty enterphone. (Ctf) Sngle & double sleepng rooms wth cookng facltes and daly mad servce. Also apartments & houses. Phone (CTF) Cedar Place Apartments 4931 Walsh Avenue Sute 15 Terrace, B.C New 1, 2 and 3 bedroom sutes for rent. Frldge & stove, drapes, carpet, rec. area - sauna and pool table. Only apartment n town wth securty enterphone and elevator. Absolutely no pets. (Cff] Attractve 1 bedroom sute for For Rent: 2 bedroom sute. W.W rent. Nce vew. Frdge & stove. carpets throughout, storage For Rent: 4 bedroom house room, separate entrance. For $150. per month. On Queansway. near Overwaltea (P- workng couple. No pets. Phone Phone or ) (P-31) Ctf." ::~':"::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~:~:~ :~:T:~::~:~"~.~$::~::$!:!:~:~::'."$~:::!~" ~-:.~:;<!~:;:~:$!::~.~'~.~.::?: ~ ~:!:.~:~.'.':~::~.~ 3630, evenngs (Ctf) ::.~r..~;. ~"'.~::~::~:~:::.!$1::::':-~ 635" 6357 :~!::~:::?!:~:~:~:~:~:.::~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:::~:~...~:.`.~!~.~~::~.~:~!~:~::.`.::::~:~::~:~`..~~::::.~:::~::::::~::":~::~::~::::::::::::::::::::::::~:.` ~, buldng, centrally stuated. SALVATON ARMY 4637 Welsh : Captan: Bll Young 9:45 Sunday School 11:00 Mornng Worshp 7:30 Evenlng Servces Mon~ Coff~ge meetng 7:30 Wed. Home league 7:30 Sat. Youth group 7:30 phone Copta.ln or Mrs. Bll Young. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Anglr.an Church of Canada : 4726 Lazelle Avenue, Terrace Rev. Lance Stophens Church: Sunday Servces Sunday School Come to Church 10 a.m. 10 a.m. SACRED HEART PARSH Straume Ave. Terrace -:30 a,m. ' lo:ls/,,~..l" 1:30 a.m..7:30 p.m,.. EVANGELCAL. FREE CHURCH COr. Park Ave. and Sparks St. Rev. W.H. Tstum ( 3302 Sparks Street 6~.S115. 9:45 Sunday School - 11:00 Mornng Worshp 7:30 Evenng Scrvlces Wednesday 7:30 p.m. :" Pr,~yer and Bble Study... CHRST LUTHERAN! CHURCH:.. Cur. Sparks St.& Park A~/e. 'h, KNOX UNTED CHURCH 4907 Lozelle Ave. Mnster Rev. D.S. Lews Sunday School Senor 12 & up 10:00 a.m. Under 12 11:00 a.m. Worshp Servce 11:00 a.m. MENNONTE BRETHREN CHURCfl 3406 Eby Street Pastor Dwayne Barkman Summer Schedule: June 27- September S Jont Sunday School & War-. shp Servce. 10:45 a.m. Frst twenty.fve mnutes: geared to chldren. (Muscal nstruments, puppets, Bble stores, etc.) nterested n a home Bble Study? Call 'UPLAHDS BAPTST CHURCH. Pastor D.K. Hale 6~.9398 Corner of Halllwell and N.' ThomJ,, 10:00 a.m. Blbe Teachng ' : Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Mornng Worshp ' Servce 7:30 p.m. Sngng and Bble Study Weds...e:00 p.m. Home Bble Studes..~ : "You are Welcome at: ZON BAPTST CHURCH Car. Sparks & Keth Pastor: Clyde Zmbelmen Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Mornlmt Worshp 11:00 a.m. ;CHRSTAN. REFORMED CHbRCH ' Sparks St. at Streams Ave. "Rev. Arthur Hellemen , Sunday School - Terrace 10 a.m, 5unda~t "School Rema - 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Worsh p Servce S:00 p,m. Worshp Servce 'TERRACE" ALLANCE'; ;CHURCH: Pastor Munro...._.4~3 Ager_A ve, 63s..:47o... '. Sunday 9','45. Bble School 11 a,m.. Worshp S 11 a,m.. Mornng Worshp 7:15 p.m. Evenng Servce 'Wed. 7 p.m. -Blbta Study &..R".ay.er... : PENTECOSTA'L'..., qe!and;".: " '.TABERNACLE~ C,uac, oll 37. Pets ' " 4147 Jxelle Ave, ~. " Sadde hers. and pones for Pastor m. Kennedy., sale. Phone (Ctf) ~..JOfflce ~.24~.Home 635.5~11.. N Rver Drve : Rev. Roll Neetel'qd ~S.-~l 2,.' : Terrace, B.C. '~u~day Scho01 10:00 a.m. '") 39. Boats & Engnes, Mornng Servlceat 11:00a.m.' Rev R L Whte ;Mornng Worehl~) 11:00 a,m. F--or Sale; 1~ 'l~'at~--motor &,'Sunday School, Adult Class 8, * Morn~ Worshp 11:00 a.m. :Sunday Evenln~ 7:15 p.m. traler complete wth controls. ~C/onflrmatlon Class pt_9:4s.~ Evenng Worshp 7:30 a.m. Bble Study Wed, 7:30 p,m.,, 33 HP Johnson -rebult. $800 or "Your Frendly Famly. Prayer Servce Wed. 7:30 p.m. ~ Youth N.ght Thurs 7:~..p.m.! J best offer. Phone (P. ~Church' Sunday School 10 a.m." 48. Sutes for Rent 3 Bedroom Row Housng Sutes. Full basement, 1Vz baths, half block from schools, S mnute walk from town. Sutable for famles. $238 per month, 6 months lease. Apply Sute Straume. (Cff) Only one self.contaned bachelor sute. No pets. No chldren. No partes. For fur-. ther nformaton call between 6 and 7 p.m. 63S (Cff)... HLLSDE LODGE 4450 Lttle Ave., Sleepng rooms, housekeepng unts, rentrally located, fully furnshed. Reasonable rates by day or week. Non.drnkers only. Phone (CTF) For Rent: 2 bedroom duplex. Frldge, stove & drapes. Also 2 bedroom moble home. Apply B Queensway. (P.31) For Rent n Thornhlll. One bedroom furnshed apts. S140 per month. Sngles only. Phone (P.31) For Rent: modern 2 bedroom duplex, spacous lvng and dnng rooms, range & frldge ncluded. Located on Clark Rd. Call (P.31) 49. HO3. S for Sale New 3 bedroom home n the 4600 Block Welsh. Full prce $39,000. Madg Censlructon Ltd. (Cff} 24x32 furnshed house on V2 acre n Thornhll. Close to schools. Fer ced and landscaped. What offe,s? Phone (P.34) For Sale: 2 homes on ~ acre lot' just outsde Terrace. Reasonably prced. Phone 63'~ ~fter 5 p.m, (CTF) 5acreswth 2 bedroom house n town. Wll help fnance. Phone (Ctf) COUNTRY LVNG N TOWN Beautful. 5 acres wth 2 bedroom house on bench. Good nvestment potental. Phone (Ctf) 3 acres wth 3 year old home. Close to town. Wall to wall shag, 3 bdrms., full basement. $48,000:635,7S78 (P-36) :;: * Near new townhouse for sale. Wffh applances. 2 blocks from downtown. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1100 sq. ft. Fenced n back yard. Phone (Ctfl For Sale by Owner: one small 3 bedroom home on Scott Ave. and one 3 bedroom home on Straume Ave. Phone days 635. Modern 3 bedroom house, pato, enclosed garage, W-W carpets. Large lot wth trees and lawn. Vew at 22 Penner Drve (P.32) For Sale: 23 acres arable land 1.5 mles from Smthers Centre. 10acres hay, rest pasture. Frut trees, 2 dugouts, older three bedroom house, new log house started, phone d(p-31) Good Buy on Smaller Home 3 bdrm, 1000 sq, ft., carpeted, fenced backyard, frut trees, near schools & town See our Real Estate Advertsement on the back page of ths week's Entertanment Gude Pruden 0urre (1916) Ltd. FOR SALE: House basement fnshed or nat. Three bedrooms Ul~stars - lvng room- ktchen'. Furnshed as9,000 Unfurnshed $49,000. Telephone 63S-2159 after sx p.m. For, Sale: a large o!der 4 bdrm.~home on 1 acre on Haugland. Has rock freplace. 2 rental sutes n back, large basement, fxed as a sute. Well furnshed. Prce $43,000. Revenue of $400 per month. Phone (Cff] For Sale: Prvate sale, 3 bad.room, newly decorated 1200 eq. ft, Mnmum tax, Frankln freplace, lot 75x200, garden, stove, frldge, washer & dryer ncluded. Located central Thornhlll. Close to schools & stores, $29,500, Phone (C-32) For Sele by Owner: Tudor style home sq. ft, 3 bedroom, eneulte, 2 freplaces, sundeck. Large lot on quet street. Owner, beng transferred, For appontment to vew phone 635.~ (Cff) ;49. Homes for Sale For Sale: 985 Rver Drve. On V2 acre of land,' 1250 sq. ft. 2 bedroom home wth roc room upstars. Full basement contans e one bedroom selfcontalned sute. To vew call after 6 p.m. Prced to sell now - $37, (P.31) For Sale: famly home on bench. Approx sq. ft. of lvng space up and down. ncludes 3 bedrooms, den, rec room, freplace, 2 full bath'rooms and large workshop. On one acre landscaped lot. Phone (Ctf) Cozy 2 bedroom house, full basement wth spare bedroom and workbench. Every room has been redecorated. W.W carpet, panelled porch and laundry room. Fully landscaped lot wth garden. Drectly across from Mlls Hosptal, 7716 Telrault st. Excellent starter home By appontment only. (P.31) For Saleby Owner: 1248 sq. ft. 3 bedroom home at 4818 Halllwell on treed tot. W.W throughout, 2 natural rock freplaces, fnshed rec room wth wet bar, 3 pc. bathroom n basement. Prced to sell at S54,000. For appontment to vew call (P-31) Warehouse For Sale, unfnshed nsde. Trple Duplex Frame buldng 30 ft. by 164 ft. Apartment Located Pne St., Thornhll area on three 80' by 200' lots. Very good supply Of water. (P.33) Busness Locatons BULDNG TO LEASE: 1500 SOl. ft. avalable 1st week of September Lazelle. Tfn Lazelle Shoppng Center. Offce space for rent. 684 sq. ft. 2net floor. Avalable mmedately. Rent by month or lease. For further nformaton call 635.3S76 between 6 and 7 p.m. (Ctf) FOR RENT OFFCE SPACE 620 sq. ft., 2nd floor, modern WAREHOUSE SPACE Rangng up to 20,000 sq. ft. on ral trackage. Contact Mr. Parker at: WlGH:rMAN & SMTH Realty Ltd ~O, co space for rlnt, 1000,square feet, second flo:.r, downtown pcaffen, Avalable mmedlately. Phone t 52. Wanted to Rent Wanted to rent: 1 or 2 bedroom house. Phone (C-31},t 54. Busness Property " ' C~e and two room offce space for rent at 3010 Kalum~ Also. storage and offce space, ample.parkng. For' appontment to vew call after 6. Located Motz ndustral Plaza, 55, Property for Sale Corner lot for sale n town. Corner of Walsh and Sparks.. Phone weekdays or wrte to Post Offce Box 689, 100 Mle House, B.C. (C.52) 13.7 ACRES Located on Creek Rd. Just off Krumm Rd. Half-cleared land, seclucled and has year round creek. Sell~g prce $26,000.; Lot at Coppersde Estate~ 56,5~., (P-32) Lot for Sale: Copperelde Estate. A~klng 56,500. Phone (P.32) 10' acres of good agrcultural land. Call (CTF) ',1 ~ " ' ~...,~... ~... -~'~,~.=~.~,,... ~..~=.:4 ~_,=~

11 $5. Propdrty for Sale '~ a~res wth 2 bdrm. house n' town. Wll help fnance. Phone (Ctf) For sale by" owner: 9 prme commercal lots on Lakelse Ave. n Terrace (2 corners). Also 1 bulldln~ lot on Scott Ave. Phone days , evenngs (Cff) 30 acres 6 mles W. of Terrace. Call or "(C.31). 1.S7. Automobles -'~.-J "gor Sale: 1970 /~zda ;ckup. Good condton. Phone (P.31) ~ Must Sell before August 16:1975 Flat X19. AS s. Best offer takes t. Phone between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. After 5 p.m (C.31) For Sale: 1975 Nova, 350, 2 BBL., 14,080 mles. Phone after 6. (P-31) COUNTRY LVNG N TOWN Beautful 5 acres wth 2 Fshng'Vehcte: 1966 Acadan bedroom house on bench. Good wagon. Good runnng order. nvestment potental. PhoneRadlo, wnter tres, 6 cyl., (Ctf) standard. $300. Phone 63, For Sale: one large quet (P-31) resdental lot, 140'x237' sutable for subdvson 5107 For Sale: 1972 Chevelle 4 dr., McDeek.~,venue. Enqure at auto., P.S., P.B., tape deck Mlls Street or phone 635- Also 1970 Duster. Parts. Call (C.31) after 6: (P-31) 'RECREATONAL PROPERT~ ORtttt Two parcels of property north end of Kalum Lake. Ap. proxmately 25 mles from Terrace. 1 to 2 acres each. Creek runnng through property. Phone for further nformaton. (CTF) 56. Busness Opportunty Reduced to Sell; 4-plex $800 monthly ncome. All sutes nclude frldge, stove, lvng room drapes. Full occupancy. Phone for further,.de. tals. (Stf) 57. Automobles 1976 Cobra Mustang co, V.6, 4.spd., power steerng, t-'/' Mogs, 60 seres T-A radals, low mleage. Best offer or trade for =/~ ton Chev P.U. and camper. Phone after 6. (P.31) For Sale: 1973 GMC ~/~ ton pckup. V.8, standard, 4 speed transmsson, heavy duly all round. Very good condton. Phone (P.33) 1973 Land Rover 4 wheel drve ow wnch, 1975 Cougar XR-7. Deluxe automoble. Chnook traler Sales Ltd D (Ctf) 1975 Volkswagen for sale. Extras Call (C.32) 1973 Ford F250 pckup. Power lock rearend, 300 cu. n. motor. $2400 wth canopy. Phone (P-31) For Sale: 1973 Dodge CubCab and 1973 Vanguard camper. 8'9". Offers? Contact Mke at Bank of Montreal (Ctf) speed, Va ton, GMC. Good condton. Phone after Gremln X. 258 cu. n., (P-31) slxl standard. $3480 or best offer. Phone after '(P-32) t-or Sale: 1967 Vauxhall Vva Staton Wagon. $300 as n, also a Toddler car seat - S8, msc. baby tems Sl0, moble home fres, rms & axles, 1 baby buggy. Phone6~ McCOLL For Sale: 1976 Ford Super Cab F.100 Ranger XLT and deluxe canopy wth owmlleage. Phone (C-31) 1973 Ford Crewcab. P.S., P.B., 390 motor, 25,000 mles. Used only as camper. Phone 635.ek536. (P-31) Real Estate Servces Ltd. (A.J. McCOLL NOTARY PUBLC) 4609-A LAKELSE AVE. LAKELSE RESDENTAL TES LAKE PROPER- 3 bedrooms n ths 1652 sq. ft. lakesde luxury home. Year 'round lvng wth all the convenences. Freplace, wall to wall carpets, patos front' and back, bult n barbecue, double wndows w.screens and many other features. Ex. cluslve lstng, LAKELSE RECREATONAL PROPERTES LAKE 1000 sq. ft. summer cottage wth S0' of lake frontage. Fully furnshed ncludes propane frldge, stove and lghts. Near mouth of Lakelse Rver wth road access. WeN treed southern exposure. Asklng $32,000. Open to offers./~ls. la..:~'~" Large older home wth good potental for famly lvng, hllsde overlookng Lakelse~ Lake. Furnshed wth all the stuated on 1st Ave Lakelse essentals needed for Lake just down from el's housekeepng. 100' lake Place, ncludes self.contaned' frontage, water system wth rental unt at rear Connected gas pump, access va Beam to hydro and telephone...,,= N~ nn =vrluslve. Stn. Rd.'Asktng S22, Ooen to offers - Exclusve. Lakesde resdence wth over 2000 sq. ft. lvng area n need of nteror flnlshlng but excellent constructon wth' potental of luxury home. ncludes large workshop wth sauna and dog kennels. Exelusve. 2 bedroom A-frame on concrete blocks. Cement septc tank, gravty water system, gas lghts and stove. Located on west sde wth access to rear of property.' Askng $22, ~ALS. 2 storey cabn on treed lakesde lot. 204' lake fron., tags. Good road rght nto cabn Propane. Exclusve. Attractve well kept home. Double wndows throughout, Ask about our lots lsted on or chmney for Frankln near the lake ncludng lots freplace, good well and wth the complete pr.vecyof =umphouse. Askng $30,000.~. only boat access. MLS T Bob Hallsor : Nght " 635-6~70 Bonne Shaw Phones ~ Bud McCall \ \ 57. Automobles 65. Mortgage Money For Sale: 1969 Cougar. 351, auto, casette tape deck. Excollant condton. Phonebefore ~gl2~ ask for Peter. (P. 31) For sale or trade: '974 Century dbulck S.W.P.S., P.B., 350 engne, Keystone mags for ()lder car. Phone attar 4 p.m. (P.31) 1967 Cortlna. Mechancs specal. Phone (Cff),.;! 196,1 Comet wagon." Ar condtonng, V-g, auto. Phone 635-S008. (Cff) 1973 nternatonal ~ fan. v-e, auto. Excellent condton. Low mleage. Phone (Cff) 1962 Chev Wagon. V.8, auto. Low Prce. Phone (Cff) 1974 Chevy :/= ton. Excellent condton. Low mleage. V-8, auto. Phone (Ctf} 1967 Chov Nova. 6 cylnder, standard, 4 dr. sedan, new pant. Phone ~ (Ctf) TRES' 1974 Dodge Power Wagon ~ ton, 4 wheel drlve. Automatc, P.S.,.P.B. Phone (Cff) Conslgn your car, truck or traler. Let a professlonal sell t for you. Copper Mountan Enterprses. Ltd DL4144 (Cff) 1968 Mercury ~ ton Camper Specal. 360 engne, 4 spd. transmsson, auxllary beffery. $1200 frm. Phone (C- 31} For Sale: 1973 Toyota Landcrulser 4 x 4. 31,080 mles. Good shape. Phone or (P.31) 58. Moble Homes "12 x 68 commonwealtl, Dplomat. Fully furnshed, less than one year old for sale (P-31) F(~r Sale: 2 bedroom ~noblle home 12x46. Contact Avco Fnancal Servces (C-32) For Rent: 3 bedroom traler. Fully furnshed, wth washer & ~dryep; ~hone~.tl% ' (P~) Moble home for Sale: bedroom Glendale traler & lot.. Pa'tlally furnshed. S16,000. Phone 638;1050 a~ter 5. (P-34), For sale: 12x52 Safeway 2 bedroom. Very good condton Set up n local traler perkj Phone or (P- 32) For Sale: Duchess 1969, two bedroom traler. 12x48 fully furnshed, one addton bedroom 0x18, deep freeze, large lot, storage shed, garden, all fenced and lawn. Package $16,500 or you can buy the traler separately (P- 32) For Sale: x 48 Duchess 2 bedroom Located 10.North Kalum Traler Park after 5. (C-32) For Rent:. traler stalls; Aloha Traler Court. Phone (Cff) ' UnDTP.BP.: lemvl~lklngb.. MONEY!'!... FOR. '! Home Purchases Renovaton Any other worthwhle pur- posee. Rates from 13~Y4 percent! /PEACE RVER: l" MORTGAGES Lakelse Ave.!, SECOND MORTGAGES NO bonuses, brokerage or fnder's fees Borrow up to $15,000 a 14.9% on amounts over $8, year amortzaton HOUSEHOLD REALTY CORPORATON LMTED TERRACE 4608 Lakelse Avenue Campers t-or 5ale: V~" Ruster camper. Excellent condton. Askng $3500..Phona (P.31) Older model 17' travel traler n good condton. Frldge & stove, furnace, tolet. Askng $1500. Phone (P-31) ' Scamper Waller. Fully equpped. Any reasonable offer wll be consdered. Phone , (Cff) ' Okanagan Travel Traler. Phone (C-31)... For sale: 1975 Lonel Tent Traler - sleeps 6 - fully equpped. New condton'. Phone Vew 4918 Scott Ave (P-31) '68 Travelal'e 16' )raler. Fully equpped wth equalzer htch. Phone days and leave name and numbe'r. (CTF) The Stsrcroft Tent Tra, ers ar(; here. Starmester 6. Galaxe Swnger. Copper Mountan Enterprses, 1049 Hwy. 16 East. DL _635-, "8. Legal NOTCE TO CREDTORS Estate of the deceased: TOWLAND, John, late of 335 Roslyn Blvd., North Van- couver, OKNANSK, Alexander, late of Tatabrose, BALL, rvng Herbert Cameron, late of 1706 Ednburgh Street, New Westmlnster, B.C. Credtsrs and others havng clams aganst the sad estate(s) are hereby requred to send them duly verfed to the PUBLC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3L7, before the 2nd of September, 1976 after whch dote the assets of the sad estate(s) wll be dstrbuted, havng regard only to clams that have been receved. Clnton W. Foote, Publc Trustee (C-31) NOTCE OF APPLCATON For Sale: 12x60 General moble... FOR CHANGE home. Partly furnshed. Good OF NAME condton. $5500. Set up at 37 NOTCE s hereby gven that Tmberland Traler Park. Phone (P.31) For sale: 1973 Glendall moble home 12x66. Contact M. Whelpley at Bank of Montreal (Ctf) t'or 5ale: Duchess 1969, two bedroom traler. L 12x48 fully furnshed, one addton bedroom 10x18, deepfreeze, large lot, storage shed, garden, all fenced and lawn. Package $16,500 or you can buy the tra!er separately (P- 33) FOR SALE A.1 Beautful condton Glendale Moble Home 12'x54'- and Joey Shack 12'x20' wth porch 15'x6'. Fnshed on the nsde wth two extra rooms: Sold together or separately. Phone (Cff) After 6. an applcaton wll be made to the Drector of Vtal Statstcs, for a change of name, pursuant tethe prmdslons of the "Change of Name Act," by me:. Wllam French of 4B20 Welsh Avenue n Terrace, n the Provnce of Brtsh Columba, as follows:- To change my name from Wllam French to Wllam Hugh McRae. Dated ths 29th day of July, A.D Wllam French (P-31) n 1915 and 1916, Vlbjalmur Stefansson, a Canadan born celander, added the last major land masses to tho map of the Canadan Arctc Arehpulago. Mneral producton for the year n the N.W.T. was valued at more than $223 mllon and $185 mllon " for the Yukon. Ths s an ncrease of 40 percent and For Sale: 3 bedroom double 23.3 percent respectvely wde traler. Furnshed on 1 from the prevo~s year. " acre corner lot n New Remo. Mneral producton n the For nformaton phone N.W.T. aecounts for 6.3 (C.31) percent of Canada's total mneral output, yet 100 ~ percent of the tungsten, 59 * percent of the lead, 23 percent of the znc, 24 percent of the slver P?RflCPaL'TD[! produced by Canada comes Walk a Mock.Today., r0m the north. 6e. Legal APPL' ATdN FOR A PERMT UNDER THE POLLUTON COMTROL ACT, 1975 (REFUSE) The applcaton s to be fled wth the Dlrenfor, Polluton Control Branch, Parlament Buldngs, Vctora, Brtsh Columba. Any person who qualfes as an objector under secton 13(2) of the Polluton Control Act, 1967 may, wthn 30 days of the date of applcaton, or wthn 30 days of the date of publcaton n the Brtsh Columba Gazette or n a. newspaper, or, where servce s requred, wthn 30 days of the servng of a copy 9f the applcaton, fle wth the Drector an objecton n wrtng to the grantng of a permt, statng the manner n whch he s affected. Those who do not so qualfy may fle wth the Polluton Control Board en objecton n wrtng under secton 13(6), n the same manner and tme perod as descrbed above. Canedlan Cellulose Company, Lmted of 111 West Hastngs Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 2K2 hereby apply to the Drector for a permt to dscharge refuse from the Kalum Reload located on.r. No. 1 west of Terrace and gve notce of ther applcaton to all perk;gas affected. The refuse.dsposal ste shall be located on vacant Crown Land, Range 5 C.D. whch s approxmately 5 6 kllometres north of the Kelum Wegh- Scales. ' The type of refuse to be dscharged shell be a mxture of bark, wood and sol wth some yard clean-up. The quantty of refuse to be dscharged shall be as follows: Average daly dscharge (based on operatng perod) 23 cubc metres. The operatng perod durng whch the refuse wll be dscharged shall be ntermttent throughout the year. The nature of characterstlca (n percent by weght) of the refuse to be dscharged s estmated to be as follows: Bark - 25 percent, Wood - 20 percent, Mud - 20 percent, Gravel - 25 percent, Yard Clean-Up - 10 percent. The type of treatment to be appled to the refuse s modfed land fll -- approved dump. h John Pouseffe, Regonal Admnstrator hereby certfy that a copy of ths applcaton has been receved by the Rngonsl Dstrct of Kltmat- Stkna... L 1" '' "Ths a)plcatlon, dated on the 19th day of July, '.1976, was posted on fho ground n accordance wth' thr ~Pollutlon Control regulatlons D.G. Ma~:Klnnon (C-31) The eastern part of the N.W.T. s almost devod, of forests but n the Mackenze dstrct there are areas of forest wth speces of trees varyng from confers and, brch to poplar and spruce. 't~vo specally bult drll shps wll test the bottom of the Beaufort Sea ths summer for reserves of ol and gas whch could be fve to sx tmes greater than those known n Southern Canada. Ths unque program, *the frst attempt at exploraton n Arctc waters, wll also have the toughest-ever controls mposed by government. Eleven Eskmos from three Arctc communtes have taken part n. a threeweek geology course at Fort Smth and Yellowknfe, cosponsored by ndan and Northern Affars and Canada Manpower. NEW H TOWN? W US PUT OUT THE MAT FOR YOUr THE HERALD, Wednesday, August 4, 1976, PAGE All Socal research appontment made F.xluoaton Mnster Dr. dvduals nvolved n Dr. McGeer sad: " am Pat McGeer and Economc re8eareh, both n and out of eonfldent that Dr. Gaudry's Development Mnster Don. B.C. Hs prelmnary report fndngs wll be nvaluable Phllps recently announced s expected by the mddle of n assstng the f_,o~mulaton tbe appontment of Dr. September. of ths provnces mmre Roger Gaudry, of Montreal, economc and socal as a specal eonsultant to the "Brtsh Columba must- drecton.'- ' government on ndustral begn movng towards and socal research actvty greater dversfcaton of ts,.. n p o s t -s e c o n d a r y ndustral base nto ~ educaton, secondary and hgh nrunoll "Dr. Gaudw has been technology ndustres," Mr. Representatve asked to nvestgate tbe: Pldllpssald."Theresearch present level of research communty has an mportent role to play n terms actvty n Brtsh Columba of stmulatng research and to tell us what research nnovatons and' the exour colleges and unverstes change of deas all of whch should be dong to noursn can contrbute to the economc growth n the emergency of a hgh provnce," sad Dr. technology ndustral base, McGeer. and the necessary pool of qualfed expertse." "Ths s a top flght appontment, as Dr. Gaudry s unquestonably the most qualfed man n Canada to advse the department on such matters," the mnster stated. - Mr. Phllps called the appontment a defnte step towards furtherng broaderbased economc development n the provnce. "Dr. Gaudry's study s the mportant frst step n relatng B.C.'s economc opportuntes to ts educatonal requrements," be sad. Dr. Gaudry s currently presdent of the nternatonal Assocaton of Unverstes, wth offces n Pars, France. He s a former presdent of the Unv.ersty of Montreal ( ) and "was a foundng member of the Scence Councl of Canada and ts charman from Dr. Gaudry was also vce-presdent and drector of ndustral research of the pharmaceutcal group ( ) at Ayerst Laboratores n Montreal. Hs terms of reference are to nvestgate: 1. the dmensons of unversty and ndustral based research n B.C. and ts adequacy for the future economc development of the provnce. 2. the portons of present post.secondary actvty related prmarly to research rather than teachng and ts adequacy n terms of the 10ng ra~gb socal and economc growth of the provnce. 3. the role of the provncal government n sponsorshp of the so~al, natural and lfe scences wth recommendatons for the future. Dr. Gaudry s expected to meet wth varous academc and ndustral leaders as well as groups and n- CAREFUL to crush all Smokes dead out. RCHARDSON SECURTES OF CANADA A~NOUNCEJVtEr, T GEORGE L. ROBERTSOP The Vancouver Offce of Rchardson Securtes of Canada s pleased to announce the appontment of George L. Robertson as our Area Representatve, for Prnce George, Carbou and the North Coastal Dstrct. Mr. Robertson, who has over 20 year s experence n the securtes ndustry; would'be pleased to answer any ques. tons you mght have regardng your nvestments. He can be reached at our Van. couver Offce'by callng (604) collect. o MANAGEMENT TRANNG PROGRAM Excellent opportonlty, 'apld advancement, progressve. beneft. Must have llgh school educaton, drvers lcence and ablty to meet the publc. Apply.. weekdays. 8:30 to 5:30, Assocates Fnancal Servces, Lazelle Ave., Terrace. Phone (C.32) FOR SALE * 5 bedroom Pan-Abode House on 10 acres of land, just off pavement.,1970 GMC 4x4 pckup * one well-drllng rg,one 450 John Deere Cat ", one Trple 6 Clarke Skdder Phone Paccar Truck Center Ltd. formerly Hayes Trucks Ltd. Poston avalable mmedately for a stenographer and accounts recevablederk~ Salary commensurate wth experence. Contact Mr. Brathwate for ntervew f ou are nterested n gellng four handorbftg through a retal outlet please Phone For further nformaton. All nqures weloome. 4920"Davs Street Beautful famly home on large lot, quet paved street. R-1 Area near schools, 4 blks. from down town. 3 bdrms, upstars, complete large rec room, bathroom and extra bedroom n basement. (Cff) t Evenngs Dstrot of Terraoe PUBLC NOTQE VOTER BEGSTRATON 1976 CVC ELECTON (el A res dent of Canada for 12 months, nda the Provnce of Brtsh Columba for the past.6 moof~/ '..(d) A resldopt of the Dstrct~of.T.~ e}. and were not regstered n 1975JS~a~.M~~lclk~al Voter n the Dstrct of Terrcce, you are ellgb~l to~*~hl) eta the requred voter regstraton form amendments to the "Muncpal Act" make provson 'for the regstraton of non.resdent preperly owners end corporatlane as voters ebb[eat to certan restrctons. For further nformaton concernng the elgblty and regstraton of non.re#ldont and corporate' voters end.st voter regstraton forms, plonm contact the offces of the Dstrct of Terrace, located n the Muncpal Buldng, 3215 Eby Street, Terrace, B.C. Telephone ~3S-&111...The 1975 lst of electors s avalable for nspecton at the Dstrct Offce, Monday through Frday from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M... G.W. Buchanan '.. Clark.Admnstrator

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14 2, ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976 Playwrghts colony ocafed at Banff Centre.- A Playwrghts Colony at Columba.. Alberta Culture! tranng and aevelopment of The Banff Centre, June 14 to ]and Nova Scota's Mnstry young Canadan August 14, brngs together,~of Recreaton. The playwrghts. t wll attempt 29 stage artsts known for n a t o n a 11 y k n o w n to brng recognton to ther nterest n and corn- Playwrghts Co-op s supplaywrghts of Englsh mtment to new work for the plyng professonal con: Canada through the theatre. The Centre s tracts and s actng n an provson of nvtatonal provdng ~na~or fnancal advsory capacty. scholarshps, provde a support facltes.,under the drecton of one mleu n whch the less Ftwther fnancal assstance of Canada's best-known experenced may work sde comes from the Canada theatre fgures, Tom,by sde wth professonals Councl, the Samuel and Hendry, the Colony results and strengthen a sense of Sadye Bronfman Foun- from sgnfcant ex- p~ofesson among Canada's daton of Montreal, the perments held at the Centre aywrghts and those ac- Cultural Fund of Brtsh n 1974 and 1-q~5.n, the_ tors, drectors, desgners and techncans who have exhbted a strong sense of commtment to the growng body of Canadan dramatc lterature. n descrbng the,,[ Does your carpet, look lke Santa's rekndeer stayed the nght? :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~:'!:.;: :. " :' ~" -t: : ~!~!~~~!;~~.;:~!.~.!~:~~~;:=:;~=~:~~~:~~;::~:: = and. better ~;~ ~!~!~ :~ : for July. ' STEAMS{ b carpet cleaner S e~ex S ca, ly flls 5e~1 j. C 1976U S F00t Systems c STEAMEX ~s a Reglslered Serwce & Trade Mark STF.AMEX uhzes the HOt Wafer Exlracl~on Process ) a-ntath'- pro DO t yourself and save! Jet acton (~) penetrates to -"24B - loosen ground-n drt and old shampoo (.~ then sucks t out ~') to beautfy carpet! Dres quckly! For rental locaton near you. - 0SE OUR HANDY DRVE THROUGH WNDOW ~1/~ 27 Eme/~on o.o.,..o.o.,. ' ) ) program, Mr. Hendry sad,t "The Colony sgnfes a new. ntatve n the development of dramaturgy for the Canadan stage." Along wth Mr. Hendry, the other drectors of the program are Wllam Lane of Toronto Free Theatre; John Nevlle of Edmonton's "Ctadel Theatre; Rchard Schck who ha~ worked as a stage manager for Theatre Calgary and Alberta Theatre Projects and wll jon the Ctadel ths autumn and the well-known freelance drector, Erc Stener. Playwrghtng Fellows n the Colony nclude Hrant Alanak, Larry Fneberg, Stop wonderng what you'd do f you won cuttng. R.R. 2, Woodland Heghts Terrace, B.C..00. m:n nmc'u~'r Early Brd Draws: July 27th, August 51st,... ' ' S]eptember 29th, October Z6th.. == NO. OF TCKETS~ AMOUNT [ CHEQUE ~ MONEY m REQUREDL._~ENCLOSED. ORDER NAME ' t :::CODE. Proceeds to the B.C. Lons Socety for Crppled Chldren. Martn Knch and Rck- " Salutn of Toronto; Bryan wade of Toronto and Vctora; Tom Cone and Sharon Pollock of Vancouver; and " Davd Fennaro of Mon- 'treal. Playwrtng Assocates are Frank Moher and Gordon Penglly of Edmonton; Jans Rapoport, Erka Rtter and Judth of Gallant of Toronto; Tom Walmsley, Brenda 'Whte and Bonne Worthngton Of- Vancouver; Glenn Bodyan of Wnnpeg; and: Chrstopher Hede of.halfax. Durng the program, Fellows and Assocates are requres to brng new works to some stage of term (frst, second or fnal drafts). Wherever possble the results are presented n a publc workshop stuaton. Actors assocated wth the Colony are Dane D'Aqula, Stephen Markle, Dxe Seatle and Wllam Webster of Toronto; Tom Hauff of Toronto and Vancouver and Patrca Phllps of Mort-.t real. "Ths program adds an exctng' dmenson to the development of Canadan theatre," commented Nell Armstrong, Assocate Drector of the Centre, "and we are pleased.that we can be a source of encouragement and support for ths process." PNE attractons POLCE SHOW The Vancouver Cty Polce wll agan brng nterestng and entertanng exhbts to ther permanent area n the Lower Concourse of the B.C. Pavlon. The magnfcently traned polce dogs wll put on daly shows; there wll be an nformatve dsplay and slde presentaton on home and personal securty and a presentaton on traffc safety. The awardwnnng Vancouver Polce Ppe Band wll also perform. Vancouver Kwans Club donated $3,000 to the Polce to assst n brngng ths year's show to the "publc. NOW OPEN eabaret ~RelaX & OY yot~rse[~ Lakelse Hotel Lakolse Terraoe MondL ty - Saturday 9:30 p.m. to 2 a,m. 0over 0harge ~Fr,-Sat, $2.00 per person... F ) ) '

15 ' " Harry Brown and Maxne Crook have been selected to co-host EBC Rado's natonal mornng show next season. The new producer for the as yet untled show s Chrsta Maeots. Well known to CBC lsteners, Harry Brown s presently the.host of CBC Toronto's 'METRO MOR- NNG SHOW. (For the Olympcs he s co-hostng the CBC's allday Coverage wth Elzabeth Gray and Wayne Grgsby.) He joned the CBC n 1957 after sx years wth a prvate staton n Newfoundland. Durng -- hs career he had scrpted and announced 65 dfferent rado shows. He s probably best known as co-host n the early days of the hghlyl: o, Brown-Cook hosts on CBC rado LETTER TO-THRE= V~/VES 1949 Jeanne Cran, Lnda Darnel, Ann Sothern, Pau~ Douglas, Krk Douglas, Jeffrey Lynn. Three country.club wves n a small town get a letter from a local frend gracously nformng them she s elopng wth the husband of one whch? Told n flashback. RVER ~OF MYSTERY '1969 Stars Vc Morrow,. Claude Akns, Nall MacGnns, _0us Sorel. n South Amerca, a damond hunter hres two ex; plosve experts whose talents are also sought by rev0utonary ' leader. PASSAGE WEST 1951 Stars John Payne, Denns O'Keefe, Arleen Whelan. Sx escaped convcts'~force themselvesupon a group of relgous poneers headng West. FUGTVE KND 1960 Stars Maron Brando, Anna Magnan, Joanne Woodward. Gutar.playng hebo arrves n Msssspp town... two women fall+n love wth hm. acclamed AS T HAP- TORONTO LFE, as well as PENS. He has co-hosted workng for the TORONTO CBC Toronto's nformaton STAR program the frst fve ~,ears Producer Chrsta Maeots and on occason, flled m for has most recently been a Elwood (;lover on CBC-TV's producer of,consumer news LUNCHEON DATE. for the CBC. Prevously she Maxne Crook llas a long was a producer on THS track record as a CBC story COUNTRY N THE edtor. For the past fve MORNG. An avd admrer years she's been a regular of rado n the thrtes and contrbutor to THS fortes, She plansto capture COUNTRY N THE the exctement, n- MORNNG and THE volvement, and fun of JUDY SHOW, She has also golden age rado. Her plans contrbuted to CBC-TV's are for a truly natonal WEEKEND, THE MOR- show, one that wll brng the NNG AFTER, and most country nto the show, lve recently been story edtor of every morn~g. ' h , T 11 " T,l - - THE FFTH ESTATE. S e- has a strong ~ournahstm.... THE SWAY MASTER ~--k"round havn- con Texan um A[[ernury wm "~; ~ ' ~ " h t o " " trbuted to MACLEANS, s ow.pa, r ns why he ' s ~,, ~, n ~ v N ~ c. ~ q, earnea me name oy per "":'''- formng hs heart-stoppng sway-pole act from an 80- LTTLE COL,NELl. foot pole located on the roof 1935 Shrley Temple, Lonel Of the Agrodome Buldng, t; Barrymore, ~velyn Vanable, means Bll wll be per- Hatte McDanlels. The "Lttle formng hs Stupefyng Colonel" saves the plantaton. Stunts from a total[ 187 feet Stars the chld actress n. a above the ground".., three favorte role. Producer s B.G. t mes daly. ~ DeSylva. THREE FOR THE SHOW Sfars Betty Grable, Jack Lemmon. Wfe who remarred when muscal comedy, wrter husband s.reported klled n acton, s confronted by frst husband's return. BORN LOSERS 1967 Stars Tom Laughln, ~' Elzabeth James, Jeremy Slate, Half breed boy attempts to stop a motorcycle gang from beatng up a teenager and s jaled for hs effort. STRANGER WOREA GUN 1953 Stars Randolph Scott, Clare Trevor, Joan Weldon, Ernest Borgnne. Man, whose lfe s saved by a bandt, reluctantly jons n conspracy to ootthe stage lnes. ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976, 3 CANADAN ADVERTSNG ADVSORY BOARD l "ON HGHWAY 16".... MASTER CHARGE CHARGEX ElF oth AVENUE FULLY MODERN ELECTRC HEATNG KTCHEN FACLTES COLOUR TELEVSON GOV'T APPROVED FOR RESERVATONS TELEPHONE "69 " 1737 TWENTETH, AVENUE MARG AND :JOHN RAHER PRNCE GEORGE, B.C.,, The place to stay whle, shoppng, golfng, holdayng, travellng through or just vstng frends, close to maor shoppng centres, etc :30 FRENDLY GANT 9:45 MON AM 10:30 MR. DRESSUP ~, " 0:00 B.C. SCHOOLS 11:00 SESAMESTREET / 6:00 UNVERSTY; OF THE AR 6:30 B.C.A.M. 7:00 CANADA A.M. 9:00 ROMPER ROOM 9:30 KAREEN'S YOGA 0:00 TEN A.M. 10:30 T'S YOUR MovE 1:00' JEAN CANNEM SHOW 12:00 NOON NEWS 12:1S DEFNTON : +.. J o ~+ + B.C. SCHOOLS FRENDLY GANT 3&6 4!9 MR. DRESSUP.. SESAME STREET, BOB SWrlZER CBC NEWS BRTAN SPEAKS." W LD KNGDOM DEATH VALLEY DAYS EDGE OF NGHT TAKE 30 CELEBR/TYCOOKS FOREST RANGERS MR. DRESSUP ~S YOUR CHOCE LOVE AMER. STYLE BOB.NEWHART '. HOURGLASS BARE"rA.. MOVlN ON THE HARD PARTBEGNS co.certo NATONAL NGHT FNAL ROMPER ROOM (A~,-,-,q'S YOGA. ' TEN A.M. " 'T'S YOUR MOVE JEAN CANNEM SHOW NOON NEWS MOVE MATNEE "Rvff of M~.-~". CELEBRTY DOMNOES. WHAT'S THE GOOD WORD?.. ANOTHER WORLD, THE BRADY BUNCH OL "MSTER ROGERS SESAME STREET, THE FB " ~. ELECTRC -COMPANY'' N E W S H O U R +, :'ZOOM - ' ' ( CFL FOOTBALL "Van- ~ u v e r at ~-+.-~... UJ '. WESTERN DRAW ADAM 12, "rbonc WOMAN ' NEWS HOUR LOT"ERY'-.., FNAl.",! '. 9:00 '.. 9:30. " - 0: HUMAN SEXUALTY. LLAS, YOGA & YOU " ROOK R]:~T, "..... THE TRBAL EYE -.' JENNE "LADY RAN- DOLPH" SAY BROTHER' PERFORJMANCE JAZZ * ", 10:30. 11:00 ' 11:30 12:00 12:30!:00 " 1~30 2:00 ~ 2:30 3:00 3:30! 4:00. ",... 4 : 3 0, - 5:00 "5:30 "L6:00 6:30 7:00.7:30 '.- 8:00 +.0:30 9:00 9:30 "~ 10:00 10:30 11:00_ 11:30 FaT.PLAY "Letter to LATE SHOW "Three of a, ' " / ' 12:00.T~reeW~ves" '--'rand" " OW--" ":....:. / '..: 12,:30 ~.LATE, ~ LATE SH ~". "Fugtve Knd" ~.. -, MR. PP=K FR ENDLY GANT MR. ORE,SUP " SESAME STREET BOB SWTZER. "csc NEWS BRTAN SPEAKS SHOWCASE 3&6: 4 9 ROMPER ROOM KARF~WS YOGA - TEN A.M,, Tf$ YOUR MOVE JEAN CANNEM SHOW NOON NEWS MOVE MATNEE, " F ~."~-'~." DEATH VALLEY DAYS.- EDGE OF NGHT CELEBRTY DOMNOES TAKE 30 CELEBRTY COOKS WHAT'S THE GOOD!WOR)? ANOTHER WORLD. FOREST RANGERS '. +.. MR. DRESSUP r THE BRADY BUNCH ''S YOUR CHOCE THE FB..., o..... '.. MSTER ROGERS. SESAME STREET. '. ~., LOVE AMER. STYLE,..... NEW APPROACHES TO", HGH.SCHOOL _=.~R-,,.. HOURGLASS NEWS HOUR ~ NNG ~. L, :.' ~" :.' LTTLE HOUSE ON THS S MUSC '... ASCENT OFMAM " ''* PRARE EXCUSE MYFRENCH.. " '..... ",,~' P'ERFORJ~e~CE STREETS OF-' SAN.. RON~C REBELLON', : FRANCSCO.',.. CLASSC THEATRE. " " PREYlEW... ','" FELLOW AMERCANS -,,THE PRACTCE ~ ; CLASSC THEATRE... PTS. EAST, PTS. WEST HERE COMES FUTURE AMERCA HARRY O : THE NATONAL NEWS toul~ FNAL. NGHT FNed,.... ~.. FaT, PLAY "Lttle LATE SHOW " ~ ~,... C6;~' ' "-" ~ " 'LATE~ ~ LATE SHOW, o t /. '.' L,.. "~' / / #.. " r -..., "

16 4, ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976,. '. ~ :. saac Hayesand Donne Wo rwcke d r op date The Pacfc Natonal the artst to ths area for Exhbton recently anonly a one-nght, one-ctynounced the cancellaton of engagement the saac Hayes-Donne The PNE, whch had been Warwcke appearance Aug. sellng tckets for the show 29 as part of the Fartme based upon a package ap- "Star Spectacular" seres. pearaance of two top artsts, The saac Hayes agents thus felt t had no alternformed the PNE they nalve but to cancel the were cancellng hs ap- entre show. " pearance because a Refunds may be obtaned prospectve U.S. northwest from the Vancouver Tcket tour, bult around the PNE Centre or any of ts outlets. play date, dd not "We regret any m- materalze, convenence ths may cause The Hayes agents sad to those who purchased ~ey were reluctant to send_ tckets for the show," sad sandman NNS'l W-e-;t Terrace, B.C. Dnng Room Open A.U.- 11 F.. Buffet Lunoh 11:30.l. - 1=30 P,. SAUNA BATH SWMMNG POOL Now Open - Vanoouver Sandman. Make your resenaton$ at PNE general manager John Renne, "but the drcumstances were. beyond our control." The Aug. 29 date wll now be flled by a "Dsco Dance Party" whch wll feature both lve and recorded musc. The floor of the Colseum wll be cleared to enable show patrons to dance. Tckets for the Dance Party wll be $2.50, whch ncludes PNE grounds entry of $1.75. n addton to the general dancng, the PNE wll put up $3,000 n prze money for competton n fve dances. Wnnng couple n each category wll receve $ wth $150 gong to the runner-up and $50 to the thrd par. Fna!ly, the fve J HOUSE OF SEVEN CORPSES 1973 Stars Fath Domergue, John reland, John Carradne. Adeserted Vctoran manson s beng used as a set by a moton pcture company. The house has a gory hstory of volent deaths and there s evdence of wtchcraft and black: magc beng practced there. THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED 1971 Stars Lll Palmer, John Moulder Brown. A wdow runs a turn.of.the-century French school for grls wth a strct demeanor, so much so that her young pupls have escape on ther mnds rather than lessons. McCLOUD: THE GANG THAT STOUE MANHATTAN- Whle nvestgatng a nearperfect jewelry hest on the set of a moton pcture beng flmed, McCoud s wooed by an actress at~d harrassed by an actor who want~ to be a real.lfe detectve. Guest stars Larry Hagman, Lesle Parrsh and Fernando Lamas. successful couples wll dance-off for a Grand Prze of $1,000. Audence reacton wll determne the wnners. The satsfyng. crunch of crashng cars wll echo through the Pacfc Natonal Exhbton grounds Aug. 21 through Sept. 6. The 1976 verson of Canada's largest Demolton Derby s the tenth organzed by the Satelltes Motorsport Club, who are promsng a spectacular brthday celebraton. The Club 'started the Demo Derby at Callster Park n 1966 and now t has grown nto one of the PNE's :foremost attractons, drawng more than 250,000 spectators to the aptly named Acton Centre..NAKED PREY 1966 Stars Cornel Wlde, Gert Van Der Berg, Ken Camper. A whte hunter and hs party are captored by a prmtve trbe and all are tortured and put to death but the whte hunter, who s set free, naked and weaponless, to be tracked down by the trbe's fercest warrors. CALL OF THE WLD 1935 Clark Gable, Jack Oake, Loretta Young, Regnald Owen, Katherne De Mlle. Hardy young man, hs paul and a grl are stranded n the YtJkon and jon forcecto locate a rch clam n the Arctc wasteland. QUEEN OF THE STARDUST BALLROOM 1975 Stars "Maureen Stapleton, Charles Durng, Mchael Brandon, Charlotte Rae. A suddenly wdowed Bronx housewfe's empty lfe takes on a new meanng when she dscovers a local dancehall. She meetsand forms an attachment to a marred malman, Doug Harder, Presdent of the Satelltes, sa'd there wll be 38 shows at the PNE ths year, all preceded by "super stunts". He sad Joe Drew of Carson, Calforna wll be back to perform hs "Wall of Fre" routne. n 1974, Joe suffered serous burns attemptng hs stunt and spent three weeks n Vancouver General Hosp t_al. n the compettve events, the drvers wll show ther skll and darng n a hey/ feature "Demolton Showdown", n whch two drvers at a tme do battle n the arena. "Enjoy the present." Horace MY GAL SAL 1942 Rta Hayworth, Vctor Mature, John Sutton, Carole Lands, James Gleason, Phl Slvers. Songwrter Paul Dresser's love for a muscal star of the Gay Nnetes and hs rse to fame. Lots of good musc. THE SEVEN MNUTES 1971 Stars Wayne" Mauder, Mareanne McAndrew, Phlp Carey. Young man accused of rapng a coed s alleged to have been under the nfluence of a pornographc book. n the sensatonal courtroom battle, the Supposedly dead author turns up to reveal that the book was autobographcal, not pornographc. FROM HERE TO ETERNTY 1954 Star~s Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clff, Deborah Kerr, Frank Snatra. Powerful drama of the passons and volence of a group of solders statoned at Pearl Harbour jus.t before World War. " B.C..SC~'~ S 3&6 4 9 FRENDLY GANT t,~n. or_m~_0p =rd~le STREET BOB SWl'WP~ r_w~_ NEWS. BRTAN S x=_~y_s WLD K.1~'-~ _m=~th V~.t t ~ E_rv~_J3_ OF = NGHT TAKE 30 DAYS ~t=t rarty r~j~f_..s FOREST RANGERS MON *_. m _ T'S YOUR CHOCE LOVE N.~2. STYLE.._oOCtJJFOR_._D F t ~ MARY TYt_~=P. _E~_?OR_._E MASH SUNSHNE HOUR POLCE STORY NGHT FNAL FO~Y "My Gel Sal, ROMPER ROOM _A_O.EE~S YOC_ ~. TEN AJ~ T'S YOUR MOVE JEAN CANNEM SHOW W'JON NEWS MDVE MATNEE "Naksd r ~ l r WHAT'S THEQOOD;..~'~_..m.~E _np_~_ny BUNCH THE FB NEWS HOUR "~.r~.~q.,=ord & SON CTV FR. 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17 f August 14-15, Wallace & Rogers Crcus. Old Catholc Church Grounds. Show tmes - 2 & 7 p.m. - Sat., Aug p.m. - Sun. Aug. 15. August 18, Stornpn' T(~m Connors wll appear n concert at the R.E:M. Lee Theatre n Terrace on Wednesday, August 18. September 4-6, The Thrd Annual Northern Natve Festval w]l be held n Terrace at the R.E.M. Lee Theatre. ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976, $ CARDNAL RCHELEU 1935 George Arlss, Maureen O'Sullvan, Cesar Romero, Edward Arnold. ntrgues and counter.ntrgues that swrled around Rcheleu, nsdous power behnd Kng Lous X of France. AT LONG LAST COLE A trbute to Cole Porter and the musc he gave the world. Host s George Hamlton. FNAN'S RANBOW 1968 Sta~s Fred Astare, Pefula Clark, Tommy Steele. A leprechaun follows. an rsh vsonary, hs daughter and a pot of qold to the Unted States. CARNVAL N COSTA RCA" 1947 Dck Haynes, Vera Ellen; Celeste Holm, Cesar Romerg. - Muscal romance, ntrgue n Central Amerca. Boy and grl betrothed by famles are both n love wth others. BOY AND THE PRATES 1960 Stars Ch,~rles Herbert, Susan Gordon. 10.year.old boy" fnds an old bottle and makes a wsh to be aboard a prate shp. THREE N THE ATTC 1968 Stars Yvefle Mmleux, Chrstopher Jones, Judy Pace. Three grls are the undong of a womanzng college student when they fnd out he's been seeng all three of them. GUN BELT Stars George Montgomery, Tab Hunter, Helen Westcoff. Famous gunfghter decded to marry anct hang up guns, but s framed by gang. The frendly neghbour- J" hood exercse. --"7 " ~,'~lk a hlk~k.t,~la~. ) SEE "YOU " 'D~E,, YOU AD THAT YOU" PREFERRED ME- YOU SA D T.'D. GOT "THE ~AJTER S GOT -'.JS FARE 125 Ar Condtoned Sute & Rooms Wth Vew Color TV, Telephone, Tub & Shower, Elevators,-CoffeeShop, Dnng Room, Nghtlv Entertanment, Banquet & Meetng Rooms ForUp To.125 Ktchenettes Avalable FREE PARKNG REE Reservatons- ~ Owned & Operated D PRYSTAY ve Englsh Bay at Stanley Park Bus Stop at Our Door and Take You Anywhere n The Cty For The Prce Of A BusTcket m / T S WR"rEN " WLD KNGDOM MEET NG PLACE 3&6 ; 4 LVNG TOMORROW CONCERNNG WDMEN'. ROMANTC RER~LON COUNTRY CANADA. t MUSC TO SEE. CBC SUNDAY SPORTS SPECAL SUNDAY BEST T.EAv world of O,SN BEACHCOMBERS, RSH ROVERS. '" THE WALTONS ' ; 1 UPSTARS,. DOWNSTARS _r,=ran~.,. THE 'NATONA '' " NATON*S BUSNF ;~; sfoto P LAdle,Cardnal RchdleU" SEARCH ". ERNEST ANGLEY " O R A L R O B E R T S... " TRAVEL '76 T S WRTTEN '. GARNER TED ARM- STRONG GOOO NEWS AGAPE.. TERRY WNTERS ".. STAR.'TREK." '. ; SUNDAYTHEATRE "L~ng-.Last C~e',.. ".,,. ' HORST KOEHLER QUESTON PEROD ~:" UNTAMED WORLD CAPTOL COMMENT NEWS HOUR,,. SPORTS BEAT 6 MLLON D~)J_4R MAN. SONNY & CHER KOJAK '., NEWS HOUR FN~ LATE SHOW "Fnlan's ' Ranbow" "" '' r " " 9 '.. '..., MSTER ROGERS. ".SS$. _ ~ E S T R E E T ' BLBCTRC COMPANY; : THE TRBALEYE... "": ~ ~ l * '. -,.~, WORLD PRESS... LOWELL : * THOMAS EVENNG AT SYM-."' m 9:00 9:30.-10:00 10:30 1: :30 12:00 12:30 ~. ". 1.:00. 1:30. " 2:00,.. 2:30 3:00: 3:30:... 4:00 :4:30~ " 5:00... '5:30. "- 6:00.~ -..6:30,~.. 1:00~.'7:30 8:00~" 0:30. MASTERPECE' :00 THEA.T~-....,,. :..,,.., 9 : 3 0 ~ C E N T ( ~ N U ~ N ",.'. ~. 10:00r..;.. '. 10:30 ". " 11:00 ~ :30,. '.. ".,. ]2:00, -... ;.;.. ~ ; 1 2 : 3 0 : 'B.C~ SCHOOLS 3&6 4.9 FRENDLY GANT ~MR. DRESSUP SESAME STREET BOB SWTZER....., CBC'. NEWS... BRTAN SPEAKS - PORTRATS...,. '. DEATH VALLEY DAYS. E.GE O'F N,GNT TAKE ". CELEBRTY cooks ~'.. FOREST RANGERS.MR. DRESSUP. - ".,T'S.YOUR CHOCE " LOVE AMER. STYLE ' 'L '". HOURGLASS , CANNON RHODA ' ; ' HAPPY DAYS... ALL NTHE FAM~Y '.CHNO &THE MAN: ' ' ' ROMPER ROOM KAREEN~S YOGA.... '... ' T E N A.M. >."../ "T's YOUR MOVE... " JEAN r.~nsm SHOW,.,. N O O N N E W S ' " MOVE.MATNEE "BOy &. ~., rte.fs,-:-_-'=:" - ;. :,),. CELEBRTY', DOMNOES, " ' ' '.' " "WHATS THEGOOD WORD'# " ' ',. '.... A N O T H E R W O R L D....,.. ' ' " " " ". M~TER ROOEm "" ' THE BRaY UUNCH..SF-SA~.SrResT. me FE : News HOUR ' ZOOM... ~. '..,. HUMAN SF,.XU/ULTY ; :'. WHAT S. TRUTH?;,...~..C.ASSC~TH1PREVb*W,,.HF.AX.NE HUNYERS.. ;-: UNDERSEA ~WORLD- OF. JA_~2J_JeS COUSTEA.U, WORLD PRESS "... N. P=K~MAJNCE "AT:.WOLFTRAP aoe FOR RF.S~R... n':~v~ WOMAN ALVE - FNLAY &'CO. ".~ :. PG &.WHSTLE.. ".ELECtON j.~:kt "' '..... ONE DAY AT'A- " V.hP. ' " ' " T M E, " " " "' - "" THE NATONAL '". ' " 'NEWS HOUR FNAL!"' ~ """.' :... ".-'~." - NGHT FNAL T~ FOTOPLAY "Carnlval. n LAT~,.SHOW'~tr~.nh...,,- "..;.:'/'~,-'~. :...' ; "" Cosla. Pca --,~_TE,' ;..LATE'. SHOW ".

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19 ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976, 7 OAM AT HOME A TRAVEL BRTSH COLUMBA FEATURE A thousand.western songs have been wrtten about the joys of rdng the range. For most of the people who lsten to the songs, t's just part of the dream about when the west was wld and a horse was a man's best frend. Brtsh Columba's dude ranches brng that dream to lfe and that's probably one of the reasons for ther popularty: they offer everyone a chance to be part of a dream for just a lttle whle. Most of the dude ranches are concentrated n the Carboo-Chlcotn area of Brtsh Columba. There are two ty~s of ranch: the workng ranch and the guest ranch. Both offer the guest the.opportunty to go rdng, on anythng from a short ral rde to an overnght or longer expedton. Wranglers wll lear the guests through the hlls and rangeland, perhapg stoppng along the way to pont out wldlfe to plants natve to the area -- besdes provdng "vews of the spectacular scenery. The workng ranch gves ts guests a chance to see ranch operatons. Dependng on the tme of year, ths may mean brandng,: round- ~lp~ range-rdng,.or any of many other chores that occupy a rnacher's tme. Guest ranches range from~ the smple to the elaborate. Most offer housekeepng cabns, often by a lake.shore, wth boat rentals, swmn~ng, fshng and hkng n addton to tral' rdng. Dependng on locaton and tme of year, they may also offer op, portuntes for huntng..castle jons The most elaborate of the Carboo guest ranches offer a wde range of facltes that would make an old-tme cowboy blnk n astonshment. Golf courses, swmmng pools, dnng rooms and arstrps are among the thngs you may fnd avalable on these ranches. Most ranches--workng or guest, smple or elaborate-- offer a good chance for a famly vacaton, wth wranglers experenced n handlng tral rdes that nclude chldren rdng a horse for the frst tme. Most guest rnches n the prov/~ce are lsted n the accommodaton gude publshed by the Depart- ment of Recreaton and Travel ndustry. ". APPearng at the Red D'or Cabaret 1~ T / a.. ~-,. Wllam Castle wll jon wth Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to produce "2000 Lakevew Drve," t was announced today (25) by Danel Methck, MGM Senor Vce Presdent and Worldwde Head of Producton. "2000 Lakevew Drve" s a contemporary suspense drama whch takes place n the world's most elegant' hgh-rse apartment complex. Based on a frst novel,~ "No Place Lke Home,Y' by J. Bradford Olesker, t s beng adapted for the screen by, Rchard Allan Smmons. Flmng on locaton and 'at MGM Studos n Culver Cty s expected to begn later ths year. Castle has brought to the screen more than 100 moton pctures ncludng one of the all-tme ht flms.of terror and suspense, "Rosemary's Baby." '! - ~> L..,., ~*;.~... %.o,, %eq, % j_e#o.o...0.o.:~.~..: August 9th 20th ~'..~"... ~"... ~.'...~...:...~..-~.~.... :..~... ~ "...~ " o.-.. ~'~.. :... ~': ~ ~ ~-: "-:...".~...~... ~ e..

20 ) ~. - t, =*., ", " " L ' 8, ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976 A" parlor was orgnally the recepton room n a monastery where 'monks could see and speak to (n French, parler) ther frends. Mennontes seen on CBC specal Modern farmng methods have made nroads on the tradtonal ways of some Mennonte communtes and ther mpact s examned n a half-hour flm, "Waterloo Farmers", to be seen on the CBC-TV network on Sunday, August 8, at t:30 p.m. Ths Natonal Flm Board producton looks at two contrastng aspects of agrculture n the Ktchener-Wa terloo area. The flm, whch was drected by talo Costa, compares the 'old order' farm of Amon Martn and.the 'progressve' farm of Ezra Brubaker. Bom are members of a Mennonte farmng communty whch had mnmal contact and volvement wth the outsde world. Now, some tenson has been created wthn the area as some farmers become more worldly n both ther daly lves and ther agrcultural practces. "Waterloo Farmers" compares the old and new methods of farmng aml~ng Mennontes to show mw lhe relgous, cultural, and envronmental aspects of ther communty are beng affected..0 H~RDWARE STORES "/ 16 qt..... ll Ol 21 qt. f Cans 1/= lb. flat per 48 5 oz. Tumblers 48 Glasses L per.case at =15 per case k, 3 oz. Wne Glasses (ste 48 Glasses per case at =15 per case,.,.,,: rd o n 8='A n d ers o n Ltd. ' ~,. % d,... ~ Lazelle/Ave , ClOsed r Mondays."

21 .... ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976, 9 Cana:dan :art: n woodl:ond settng.by Krystyna Potter Pzcture the wlderness scenes -- forests, waterfalls, rvers -- panted by Canada's Group of.seven artsts, and you've pctured the settng of. an art gallery whch houses a large part of ther work. Located at Klenburg; about 25 mles north of. Toronto, :the 'McMchael Canadan. Collecton s housed n a gallery set amd gently rollng hlls, near the Humber Rver. The gallery started as the home of Robert and Sgne Mc.Mchael who n 1954 bult thew house on ths land The McMchaels were avd collectors of Canadan art, and before.long had bult up such a large collecton that ther frends were brngng other"people to see t. By 1965, the McMchaels' home had become an art gallery. Cobblestone walks lead through beautful, natural grounds to the two-level gallery. The addtons to the orgnal McMchael home have been bult n the orgnal style. The walls are of square-hewn logs, nne nches thck and. Ontaro stone The entrance lobby s a work of art. A ptched roof. soars toa heght of 27 feet on'. rafters of Brtsh Columba DoUglas Fr measurng 38 feet n length and 12 by 22 nches n thckness. Each beam was hand-hewn wth adzes and broad axes. n the centre of the lobby stands a fountan reachng to the celng. Water pours from clefts n the grante. column.to a reflectng pool at the, base. " Thebudng whch houses the McMchael Collecton s low and sprawlng and does not dsturb the le of the land _ surroundng t. nsde, floor-. McMchael Canadan except Monday, and :most :,Vstorstort~,e gallery can to-celn[j wndowsreveal Collecton. Eskmo.stone pubhc holdays throughout L enjoy lunch n the large the natural beauty.outdoors, cuts, colorful :prnts and the year There s no ad/pne:panelled dnng"rp.m. Whte pne, cedars, brch soapstone sculpture are msson charge, _. For further nformatmn and ash. as well as the ee- dsplayed n the frst- room : on themcmchael Canadan casonal rabbt or raccoon of~the galery. Some of the - A gft shop just Off the Collecton, please contact compete for attenton wth sc.ulpture n the glass entrance lobby sells art the Canad~/n Government. the artst's brush,. dsplay cases has been. reproductons as well as a Offce of Toursm, 150 Kent The.gallery contans only ~rved wth such mnute large selecton of books and- Street, Ottawa, Canada KA Canadan art, much of t by detal that 1 magnfyng other tems. " - 0H62 } the Group of Seven -- 'glasses have been bult nto ~ " ' ',. Frankln Carmchael, the glass to permt proper :..,, , Lawren Harrs A Y vewng The larger peces -ne nusest men nave me most lesure. ~=ngjsn vrovern Jackson, Frank Johnston, are dsplayed m the open " 1 " " :"" ~ " Arthur Lsmer, J.E.H. where vstors may touch.. - MacDonald and 'Frederck the stene to apprecate thel u~u~x~ wj&amjn :lua Varley --. whch was sculptor's talent. #ra- latu, mm ~ n v r. " founded n t also n-.brllantly colored ab- ~ \ \ " cludes a large number of stract pantngs, depctng l. " -- pantngs by Tom Thomson scenes from ndan legends who drowned n Algonqun and straw masks are... _ _... " " Park n The shack n featured n the.part of the and Salt WaTer Psnng ackm -- ~snng whch he panted n gallery devoted to the: Lcences. : " ", : -Y.. : downtown Toronto was Woodlawn ndan. Another " :. : ~. ~. " added to the gallery n secton dsplays the art of " " ". ~. '.....: Most of the pantngs by the west coast ndans'. a " " 1 ~ R U J V 1 { ~ ~ * # T.,,~ ~. " ~ ~ ' ' 1 '~" ' : " ' Tom Thoms0h and the 25,foot totem pole, argtlte -r,.,,,,~,,,,~,.,,,,.o,...~,,,., :. Group of Seven llustrate the carvngs, and wooden.. - ' '. " " ' : strong nfluence whch masks. Alson ths sectons h 1 " ' ~ ~ m ~ J ~ t ' '. ' : ' " _ ' northern Ontaro exerted on a 40-foot long hand-hewn r ' ' ' ~ 4 ~ ~ q ~ 1 " " "" " " ther- lves. Compellng" bench, made from a sngle..,.. : :... " " : ' landscapes share wall space pece of red cedar ' wth delcate watercolors,. Mornngs at.. the... gallery,.,'al~so now s lln g Lo cal Handcrafts " : -- All.. blazng outbursts of cmor are reservea zor. scnoos lnnures WelCome. and abstracts. -.chldren and cultural " ' : Canada's natve.people-groups'. t>l~ open to the. are well represented ;n the_ publc every afternoon, ~" "... GUNFGHTER TENAFLY 1950 Gregory Peck, Helen 1972 Stars James McEachn, Westcofl, MllardMtchell, Karl Mel Ferrer, Ed Nelson. Black Malden, Skp Homeer. Gun- prvate nvestgator and famly fghter s followed'to hshome, man becomes nvolved wth a. town by brothers of a vctm; controversal talk show Town tough klls hm and t/~kes hs place as the hunted. JEANNE EAGELS 1957 Stars Km N0vak, Jeff Chandler, Agnes. Moorehead. Lfe and loves of famed actress... her rse, success ano eventual physcal, mental and professonal declne caused by alcohol. " 1 V V V V. V V ~ y V V V ; V v v V V v v 1 whose wfe s murdered." h st'j ]k HELL.RADERS 1968 stars John' Agar, Rchard Webb, Joan Hunfngt.on. 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22 .! s,~ L> 0, ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976 The metallc arts go b~ck n tme past the Pharaohs of ancent Egypt. Snce metal was frst dscovered t has been used to enscrbe, grave or engrave for decoratve purposes. Some of, the oldest weapons that we know of are bronze axes wth magc charms and symbols scratched nto them. Snce the frst cons were.cast or struck, they too have been vehcles for symbols of mportance or portrats of the. ndvduals responsble for them. Eventually desgn became adscplne n tself and the desgners became specalzed craftsmen. The metal crafters prmarly goldsmths and slversmths were desgners and makers of jewels, specal weapons and cons but were also. consdered artsts.n ther day. Some of the greatest artsts of the late Mddle Ages were traned as metalsmths. By Vctor Hayes That trend n arts has contnued up untl modern tmes. Metal desgn, slver ard goldsmthng s taught today n art colleges and those so traned thnk of themselves as metallc. artsts. Many of the desgns struck nto Canadan cons are the work of metallc artsts whle some are the creaton of graphc desgners, and vsual artsts. Two of the best known names n Canadan con desgn are George Kruger- Gray and.emmanuel Hahn. Both of these men were responsble for parts of the major transton n desgn that Canadan cons underwent n the md-thrtes. George Kruger-Gray was born George Kruger n England before the turn of the century. He was educated through: the Englsh school system of hs lmes and'eventually ended up at the Royal College of_ AUG. Art at Kensngton Gore. He graduated from that nsttute n 1904 wth a dploma n o~'nament and desgn. n 918 he marred Audrey Gordon Gray and added her last name to hs becomng 'Kruger Gray, the name that he was to be known by and sgn hs work by. Hs early artstc endeavours were water colour works (an Englsh artstc tradton) and staned glass works. From there he went on to heraldc desgn and became an. acknowledged e~pert n that feld. Kruger-Gray came to con. aesgn n the 1930's. He desgned varous cons for the Englsh and Australan _governments but for our purposes we wll menton the Canadan con reverses that he executed. Wth the coronaton of George the Sxth, several Canadan and Englsh artst were asked to submt new desgns for the reverse of Canadan cons. Kruger- Gray submtted desgns and three were accepted for strkng. The acceptde desgns were the maple leaf cluster, struck on the one cent pece, the beaver desgn struck on the fve cent pece and the. Canadan coat of arms desgn struck on the ffty cent peces. Those desgns have been used on and off snce that tme, wth the excepton of the fftycent reverse whch was replaced n" Kruger-Gray ded n One other of the desgners who submtted ther work for consderaton for the new Canadan 'George Sxth' seres was Emmanuel Hahn. He was born n Germany n 1881 and came to Canada n He was educated n Toronto as an artst and sculptor. He practsed hs art n Ontaro and when the competton for the new cons was announced, submtted hs desgns as one of the Canadan artsts. Hs desgn for the ten cent pece and the twenty-fve cent con were accepted. The ten. cent pece stll carres hs fshng schooner apd the Canadan twentyfve cent pece stll carres hs desgn of a carbou head. Snce 1937 there have been frequent changes n Canadan con mages, mostly commemoratve desgns used n specfc years. The name of the desgners responsble for these mages can be found n the Charlton Catalogu.e. USE FRE CAREFULLY?!,S' f t" (P. rt T ( Wayne Brad TERRACE R.E.M. LEE THEATRE MONDAY & TUESDAY, AUGUST 9th & loth 8:30 P.M. Tckets: Advance: $4.00 at Sght & Sound Door: $4.50 Homeowners Look for a T P polcy that'll keep up wth #/ the tmes. Un- to der many Homeownerspolces ~ you may fnd yourself alarmngly short of nsurance. Howev-. er, f you have a SAFECO Home- precaton feature guarantees replacement costs at today's costs--new materals for oldm up to the lmts of your polcy. So you'll get dollar-for-dollar rembursement-- not eghty cents on the dollar. owners polcy, you don't ~And that's just one more need to,worry. Because ~ reason why you can ahnost SAFECO's automat~ ap- ~ always save wth SAFECO. Brad nsurance Agences Ltd. FOR ALL TYPESOF NSURANCE NCLUDNG AUTOPLAN.,k Lakelse Avenue Terrace, B.C. V8G 1R2' Bus: Res:

23 ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD, Wed. Aug. 4, 1976, \. "~l-~l~ltl'-~l'~ came about n the md- fe that stll has ts pax;t to tra.dton; and they are ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ' l ~ ~ ~ m ~.nneteenth century.. Now play n modern tmes depcted on anew msue of "! -: there' are about 40 such Brbsh postage stamps " " " " ':- ~:. " gatherngs a. y.ear.. All of these actvtes -beng ssued by the Pos ;t Desgned by Mar]orm festvals, dancng, andoffce on. August 4. The Saynor, the stamps gve a glmpse nto an old way el games-arepart of Brtan's stamps come n.values of culture, hertage and 8½p, 10p, 11p and 13p. The year s The Kng of England;, Henry T. s plagued by rebellous sons-. to hs north.the Kng of Scotland shows doubtful SHAN YA'N allegence; to hs West, the powerful Prnces of Wales ( make uneasy " neghbours. But what were the or-. dnary people of Brtan RESTAURANT dong n.these troubled tmes? n Wales, they were holdng ther frst estedd- $nese and Canadan fod-a festval of poetry and musc, stll an annual event. The Englsh at Whtsun, were.celebratng wth Morrs dances-a fertlty dance thought to have come from pagan tmes. Meanwhle, the hghland Scots were entertanng them- selves wth games, story-! tellng, the ppes, the,fddle fnd dancng. All of these. actvtesfestvals, dancng ad gamesare part of Brtan's cultu~'e, hertage and tradton; and "Where the.oustomer s Kn&, they are depcted on a new ssue of Brtsh postage stamps beng ssued by the = ~ 11 For Takeout Soroe Post Offce on August 4, The stamps come n values of BV~p, 10p,-11p, and 13p. Phone Two of the stamps relate to Wales. Ths year s the 800th annversary of the, Royal Natonal Esteddfodthe frst one s sad to have been arranged by the Lord Rhys ap Gruffydd at Chrstmas n Cardgan Castle. The competton at ths frst steddfod-the word means sesson or assembly- ~F~K ~, U ~ ~ ~ r T THNKTHOSE DUC~A~ 1. were not confned ~to poetry AROE, WHY OlD -~- L~, ~ but between "bards and you SR~N~,.tueHE, ac)j~;,. poets, between harpsts and r OUC~ HUNT~Ne r-~,,,:~2-~,~,',l crowders and ppers and L w~t. us -~'(~'~.~'L~'~'~" varous classes of musc!;::~~ "- "~'= craft". ~'~ ~,- - //',~==:~ After ths esteddfod;lttle was hetlrd of the festval for some centures: n about 1450, however, rules to be followed by poets were lad down. And. n 1568, Queen Elzabeth commanded an esteddfod to check ab~es. by "vagraunt and dle " persons namng themselves mynsxelles". But t was not untl 1789 that the esteddfod as we shape:the publc as well as qtcz'~ so ~AT ~v,~ [ the bards were welcomed. ~ ~ At Llangollen, n 1858, an "~A cou o, Natonal Esteddfod each ". ' year. The 8S/2p stamp shows m \ R ~ ~ m " t the bards conducted by the - -: Archdrud, supported by hs. '-... gorgeous, banner. He. carresthe Horn of Hrlas- ~ ~.... ~ ~ ~ T. ~ ~ 1!. ~ ~. symbolsng the lradtonal -- offerngs of mead and - - honey. : ' Welsh musc s often assocated wth the Welsh. "!f "... chor,but a tradtonal n- " ~ ~ ~ v=~l,t~,','~,j[~t~f1['~~-~ - ~ ~, ~ "~~ strument, thetelyn, or harp, ~ ~ ~ :' ~: s heard at every esteddfod ;,~ Three thngs, t sad, are : " '... "...:~.,, necessary for a man to have f(.=vom~,m ) / ~TYau~r.ToADM,t ~_. :' '11'":' J, " k.n wcushon hs home-a f n e hs vrtuous, char a and a NOT ~ :TO[ _!_ ~' Ne~C'O"A ~ ~ =e"~ : FLAR ~' ~ "~':':::~' can be seen. on the 13p stamp...the BOOth Esteddfod s... ~ m +m ~ '" eld,n Cardgan August, -. : They orgnally came about., when. the ancent clans assembled. But the clan system dsntegrated n 1745: and the dea.of.the. gatherngs as they are today... _.... well-tuned telyn. The telyn..,,,,..,~_~.~~/")"~'~'~:!:'..

24 P',,U 12, ENTERTANMENT, THE HERALD', Wed. Aug..t, 1976, EN.,& '}UlfE (19"/.6) LTD. ' UKELSE AVE., Servng your Real Estate requrements s our only busness..,.'~.~. "j'~ : ~......!. ~ ~.'. ;! 3603 THOMAS STREET EASY TO OWN - A NEW HOME OF C0S~ LOG HOME 4721 TUCK AVENUE CLEAN AND NVTNG Large spadous home on amost an acre YOUR OWN.ocMednCoppersdeEstatasthshome large three bedroom home, wth w.w New~y panted nsde & out ths ra- ofland sq. ft., full bsmt., 4bdrms., Havea ookat ths brand new 3 bdrm., features 3 bdrms., vnyl =floorng, pato carpetng, acorn freplace, large L.R., macu!ate home features 3 10drms., double carport, s~leck, 2 freplaces sq. ft. home, bult under CN~C & doors to rear of lot, Frankln freplace, attached back parch & separate garage- freplace, w.w carpetng, fnshed Beautful ktchen wth bult.n dsh- carres a S yr. ~arranty. t has an balcones off the odrms., 1 full & one /z workshop at the rear. Lot s centrally rumpus room, bdrm. & laundry room n v, esher, plenty of cabnets, large dneffe exstng 95 percent C/~C Mort. Home bath, covered entrances, beautfully, located &handyto so~ools, bsmt. &aflached carport wth double area plus separate D.R., all xrms. 'featuresw.w&vlnylth'oughout. Thelot landscaped lot wth small greer~ouse & " paved drveway, The rear yard s fully ncely carpeted & the master s large s landscaped, lawn s oomlng up & trees garage. A treat to vew. landscaped & fenced. MLS. To vew wth ensute plbg. Thls attractve, well. &shrul0sareplanted. Ask us to see 4822 phone Rusty Lungh. bult home s only 1 yr, old. Call Bob Tuck Ave. Prced at $39,500. 5herden for mmlolete detals., T ~ L L FULL'( FURNSHED HOME POST'AND BEAM NTEROR QUET LOCATON. PRCE CUT TO Located n the ~sde Estates ths 3 odrm. hemehasw.wcarpetng, electrc Located dose to so~ools ths 3 bdrm. home h.as w-w carpetng, natural gas SELL.hs21xrnt home s1152 sq. ft. wth full freplace, ol furnace heat, rear porch heat, rear sundeck & attached garage, bsmt., carport, large L.R. & D.R. plus for storage & attached garage. The lot s Lot s fenced on 3 sdes & landscaped, separate famly rm. off ktchen s v~ell landscaped and has a lovely garden Full prce $45,000. located n quet area near Golf Course. wth strawberres, fruttrees & bushes &, Features unque freplace, ensute lreenhouse. plumbng, 85x230' lot. Ask to vew ths attractve home. Reduced to $42,300. NLS. 's Sp ;l ON KNG ROAD N THORNHLL 3 odrm.' bungalow wth w.w carpetng, electrc heat & large beck porch addton housng washer & dryer & storage rm. Lot s 75)(200 & s partally landscaped. Full prce S32,000. ~ = H AVENUE " SMALLER ~ w W(~(~k e(~ ~ ~, 3 bdrm. non4~.~=mmt on (~oncrete wtt r ~.,~,o., th,s, ~. ~a,ow n.m:u HOUSE.npEu HOUSE affa~ car~, ~,= s f~ed. freplace, gas heat & s located (dose to ~ ~ t ~ ~ redecorated. Prced at $27, town. Full prce $25,000. MLS., Dropby Saturday, August 7th... betwem 2 & p nflaton hasn't got to ths one. Ths 3 ~: ~*~-.~.~:=... -=::~::~"~~ Located on a quet street on the bench. 3.ledrn~ CMHC approved home can be!'~= ~": ~=... ~'=~:=~=='::... *,m, ~m~ Up plus 4th n bsmt..hs home - features w.w.carpet lhroughout. 2 purd~=ed for $24, Located on a : " ' fnshed freplaces. Ncely treed let & paved street n a newer subdvson. convenently, located to elementary Exstng mohgage can be assumed. For Come vst the Norland Subdvson to vew fve new school For oomplete detals oontact any oomplete detals and appontment to vew oontad any of our sales staff.,houses bult by three dfferent contractors. Houses are! of our sales staff., n varous states of constructon.bufonly a few w~chs from completon. House styles and prces vary wth prce range of $47, to $52,500.00:.FOUR BEDROOMS. 111= BATHS. Va ACRE FOR $2~,$00.~ Norland Subdvson ocateo~ just north of. Caledona EXCELLENT BULDNG LOT Yes, ths 1248 sq. ft. deub~ewde s now reduced to sell fast. Call for more n.~ Hgh school - follow Mun;oe Street north.. Located at 4712 Sooff Av~.. the lot has good dranage,. establshed.treegrowth &s closeto scheols and town. Lot.formaton. NLS.,~ HOUSE " s, ze,o~,,,. USE., 1 o,.. o,.,0 s.,,.o uc,o. u.o=, co,. Thnkn g of sellng? Affraotlve splt-level -?0'x132' lot. 2 Well establshed feed and gran busness wth an excellent bdrms, up & 1 down, pato doors to buldng wth lvng quarters and addtonal barn and area to sundock, ndry. rm. on man floor, H'- keep young fowl. Prce ncludes land and buldngs only wth tadted carp~. Well ocatedtor schools, stock to be bought at current nventory. A good famly n. Flnan lng s arranged. ". vestment...~~.!~ ~TH RD S,AC,0US3 B=~ ASK ABOUT OUR ~ ON ACRE OF GOOD SOL :'. LAKELSE LAKE SUMMER HOME "RllS house has 1400 sq. ft. wth full 1:8m1'. "~ Complete wth all the furnture, propar~ frdge, stove, lghts, &features freplace n LR., w-w &vnyl ~ freplace, rght to the dshes. Large property s feet by floors, =lt.n dl~,~r & laundry L;. -, OF H O M E S approx. 320 ft. on the west sde of lhe lake wth road accass. area on maln floor. Exteror s shx:oo. "hs s a leased property and v~en't lasrlong at the askng L~td s flat wth mma & h'oes. Very geocl..... prce of S10, for the oomplete package. Call for further value for askng prce of $40, Gall $ " ". nformaton. D~n ~-Coll to show you thls home. : -L ', T WORKS BUSY RWrALocated n the dewrdownowtlel" area ths" busness can be run by.a L.... ' ~!~::;' :~;~'':' "!: ~.:~: ~ 789 VN.LEYV EW ROAD. famly, or by the staff presently employed. Store keeps Smaller tyl~e 2 bdrm. home wth cabnet ktchen, ndoor.outdoor carpetng, purchased outrght or stock and fxtures may be bought and. ; lvlayde d~r;c heat & prce ncludes range, premlsas leased. All serous nqures nvted, frdqe & bdrm. sute. Full prce $24,000. ~!~::;':~;~'':' ",, /.... ~,,=/ ~ : : ~ ~... r - ~ 4017 YEO STREET UNQUE HOME ON NORTH MUNRO~ 2707 HALL STREET T'S MMACULATE' HOME Just lsted. Completely fnshed.up & Lovely 3 bdrm. home wth just under Very attractve 3 bdrm. non.bsrnt. Ths 2 freplaces, cleancut home dbl. has carport 3 bdrm., & ensulte, paved Compact bungalow style house wth 3 do~. 4 xrms., freplaces up & down, 1300 sq. ft. of lvng area, rased L.R. home. Large' ktchen wth dnette area, bdrms., freplace up & down, W-W lovely famly rm., extra bthr.m. n osmt. wth freplace, open post & beam con- L R. ncely ~arpeted wth shag. Large drveway. Bsmt. has lovely rec rm. wth carpetlr~, gas heat & hot ~ater & at. Double ca'port, fenced yard, all n top structon, ensute plbg., fnshed rurhbus lot, garden area, lawns, frees, w0od professonal wet bar plus games area, ndry,:& 1= bath. Large 80x136 let S tadled carport. Subcllvson has paved, condton. Call Bob Sherdan for all the rm., bthrm. & odrm. n osmt., bult n workshop bldg. & metal storage bldg. landscaped. Exteror s fnshed n wllte roads, underground servces & rear of' detals, dshwasher, attached carport, outsde. Qualtes for C/W~C hgh rato mort. alum. sdng. Located ngecd quet area the houses faces a small perk. B.C. ~cl brck BBQ. & t ls located on well treed Askng Prce $36,000. Mxt. would be avalaue on ths new lot. on bench. Dwaln N~Coll v~uld be house to help oomplete your fnancng. ' pleased to show you ths lovely home EVENNG PHONES - RUSTY LJUNGH JOHN CURRE BERT LJUNGH DWAN ~ McCOLL BOB SHERDAN L

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