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The Peninsula Times Oct 27, 1971

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Array ���*.*.  ** *%*^*w v*y*^^ ^tv'***^^ ?*���-**'  ���*������"*.  J -0 0-r***+y,,,r*��-'*-') >   f  J  #*t  ���   III      ���  lirWtMX ���Ja^^n' QWphlc  Industries  ��ip4 f��!��t, ^ft Ave. I  Enrohmorit grofrg , , , '       ,  ��� ���: = ���-_     t , o .. -   ��        , *  Sunshme School pro j ect  ' mA-~'  '        r-v '^W:^ '���--   ���;'"   . *���a   *  prov@s JhlcrjtilVi succ@sstuil  einfiiun 0 i    .       .   i ^n7.   '*   '*   ��� ��� *'        ���- fcorylnq the Sunshine Coast/'Hawe Sound to ^  SUMSHlNIi School could bp a pjlof .prp-1 .iSphool^ wqs bpM  tcr, aecppnpodate  five    Wilson Creek, Selmq Pork, Sechp't, Hqlfmopn Ppv* Secret eo^^dw^qrhota Madpjrq Pqrk< Klejpddle, Irvine's Unding, Eq'rl Cpvo, (Egrngpt  ject for lhe-wjiols of British Cpium?   students. ' ���"""         '                *  v 'm Qm m\\  Union ��s��i�� (.abo!  This Issue 12 Pases ~  12c  Just over two yetus ago the t\yp n'p^jitjQp pf expansion was ^discussed at  ing "TJupU-j pad dropped ou,t of the '^t peek's meeting. Commenting on the  m*pl  school    system   with    learning" aMtstijOfriilg progress 9E -llie pupils, Mi.  . hia, commented Mr. Frank Yates at last  week's meeting of the Seciielt nnd Pis-  ti ict Retarded Clnld^'s.A^ciatJOh!  Members ot! the Asspeiatiop bad just  learned that two of the sscliqol's pupils  had progressedvsq, well during the past  tvyo-years that they were able .to attend  Qibsons Elementary School fpv reding  cJass.es. .     '  Just  -young  noi  ^  handicaps  which prevented  tliem  from  making any progress.  This was nothing new in the Sechelt  School -District whjeb did not have sufficient students \\rjth. disabilities lo qutalify  for special  inatviiptiqn, -  Concerned parent*, .had been,trying  for ��twenty-five ^eers to establish a  school so that ypiing phildren with handicaps would not liave to leave their homes.  The situation still- looked btea,k Just over  two yearn ago,hut finally - a group of  determined people got together, and with  ��� the co-operation of the school board and  trust in tlie public's generosity, established a specjal school which loir the first  year operated in a tiny ropm at Gjbsqps  Elementary School witli three pupils.  PROGRESS  Growth in the litfle school'^ enrollment necessitated a fftuch larger J'oom  and in the summer of 1970, the Sunshine  generosity of    the public,  including  qj'gpisgtipn**!, SPhqqJs  and  m  paiticplar  Pend^' Jjarhpur ��eeppdary School stu-  cjeritEi tind empipyeeg pf Canadian Foi est-  pi'pduPtSj Pert wejlon, has been outstanding .and ah'eadythe sphool'fa building  lu nd j^ debt; irg��, .  This- Septembei'  the school  inci eased  Us enrpllmerit fp seven  pupils and  tlie  UftGEST CffiqUUT(QN OF ANY PAPER QN THE .SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.      VplMme 8, Nq. 48 - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 37, 1?7j  m *-. \  'H  \a  *\  MINISTER VISITS  Iiidian Affairs Mini*ster Jean Gretien,  accompanied by Coast Chilcotin member  Paul St. Pierre, plans on visiting Sechelt  November 10th at which time he will  participate, in opening ceremojiy of the  new council offices of Uie Sechelt Indian  band.       -    -      , "     ���  HALLOWE'EN  In keeping with policy throughout the  province   Council   of   Sechelt   agreed   at  its   last   meeting that   Hallowe'en   Night  "will be held as usual on the 31st October  which this year, falls on a Sunday.  CHAMBER  BANQUET  Sechelt and District Chamber of Conv*  nierce Annual Grand J3anquet .will go  ahead as planned at the Peninsula Dining  Lounge Saturday- October 30th. Tickets  are-available from mpst Chamber mein-  bars or at Benners Furniture Store,. Tjie  Tipies  office,  Copst Cable Vision, .PifiyeL'  . ^a!;liPr,ShRf!f,,,, .,.,,.,.,.���.,., ....yj,-:,-  GARBAGE EXTE^ION  . .(,|iy|aw. providing for extension of garbage piolwjp servif'e to the Tpwanok ahd  Sandy Hoqk areas was approved at Jast  mct>tiug of the Regional J3oa|d,  GIFT SHOP  As o.f (So vein hor 1st 1071 combined  local auxiliaries lo St - Mary's Hospital  Will rtporutd a gift shop and inforniatioh  hooih in Ihu hospital Joyec'each day bid  Sunday from '*���' pm to H pm. lio|)ert��  Creek will |iu in charge on Saturdays,  Any mpiubur,willing to yolunleer for  duty is-pukod In phono Mrs. Lillian  Thoinas at l|'l(|-7IM*,i Shifts from '*i to fi  ��� and f) to I) pm. . ���������������'"'���.   ���'��� .-...������������-��� ������'���- - ������'������:���' ������������{  IPrainH! Yates who has (lonsideiable knowl-  eidlge'.pf special schools hejieves that such  prpgresij 'could only occur in a school  , spoil PS the. Sunshine ScJiooJ Situated  on school grounds in close pioj��imity to  Gibsons Elementary "Sqhgpl, the students  have the use-of gymnasium "Tafihlies, aie  able to attend school functions and play  with other students. There is no sense  of isolation or being different in any way,,  they just attend it special school which  Offers  the  instruction  they  need  Backbone of the whole school's opei-  ation is its .devoted teachei Mrs Gladys  Legh and the. wisdom of hei guidance is  apparent in the happiness and acpom-  plishments of her pupils. 'Last week's atr  tendance pf. U10 two' little girls ip the  Elementary School's normal reading class  is ample proof that her system works  Two years ago the children had no hope  of  mastering  the alphabet.  Parents are also very happy with the  progress of their children and fully endorse the school.  - fSXPAWSIOIf  Expansion of the Sunshine School  building would meajijiaying to find another site, as there, is no ioom for expansion in tlie Gibsons Elementary School  grounds, '     ���  It was agreed that members of the  Association would prefer to h'eep the  school' in close proximity to the Elementary School. As therejis a need for two  classrooms, the existingrbuilding will be  divided into tworooms. In view of future  expansion, consideration will be given  to establishment, of an expansion building  fund.  PRGGHAJVIME      With   the  aid. of  volunteers   and   an  assistant teacjver, Mrs. Legh has been  able to expand the school curriculum  which now has a music programme supervised by Mrs. Ed. Sherman.  "'   .  The first music class was held last  week and this new programme was thoroughly enjoyed1*"Hjy flie pupils.  7...Qibs0ns Elementary School Principal  Mr. !*.*"&B0rge Cooper also lakes an interest in the scliopl and the J^ublic Health  nurse makes regular visits. '  -S'lipPpJR-*-- ���������    -������    ���:���:-���'  ������������iL*,::hR0n*iM.e^  keepuhe |&h<:*ol icmerafjona!; latest dom-  tions ihclude'$B0 ftp'ru the Sunshine Coast  Zope Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian  T^Pfijipp, $200 from Canadian Forest P10-  ���ducl&v Safety Committee and $300 from  Port IVIejIon's Charity Fiind.  Fupds ,are also being raised . through  Guilty plea submitted  following store  7  -><���-.:  ���1 . J'ih^^lJ*  'P.  ' ,    l: .���"C' /', '.-a        '        ./f:..'.-.  )1/:  i\ \VAJA.y}^ ���' J.&h~  s**"i   '\r  ***^   t  jj-^h^J - '���A'l   *.  \\A*.   ' r$*t* *Sr -    '   , '   f   MS  . *<L .  .:��� ' /      -   -^s .'\i,\ ,*���    A  ' t        \i*  1 -I -      N *  ��� -A-  -   h  1 r  \k,'m  > ���I 0-i ,+" 0, f ���*  **0m, *fc*.Urf.^wn��M*��..>MJii*.JiL>^*  Recreation Centre . . .  Land acquisition Itiucfion  paves wa? for public--..vote  SUNSHINE   Coast   flegiqnal  Board   has  approved   a   resolution   whe'"eby   the  Board  mijgh't enter into the  function  ol: Acquisition ot Land.!.,T.!i!s,,y��/ilLpermfl;i  lake . oyer o(, property at Bobertg Creek,-.;���  gazetted  for  recreational piirppses..;  Once approved by the Department pf  Municipal Affairs, the Bylaw Will pave  the way for a public vote pp a recreation cenfre complex on the ftobertg Crpel^  property. The land was held hP thif? Lands  Branch for such use'hut dependent pppn  it being under control of a publicJ^6��y.  Once acquired by the Board, directors are  empowered lo permit a responsible prgr  anization to establish recreational faci}?  ities as a .non-profit project^ gnci tincjer  careful control of the Board. .;  ' jDirector F. West said he liad "Ml  with-.members of the Recreation Centre  committee. He said the group has ppf  ip a great deal of \yprk on the prpject  which ���ihitial'^a will cpsi; about: $460,00$  burns each time he dumps. This is not  being done by the Sechelt collector.  Director Bert Slade said he understands the works superintendent has been  attending to burning and maintenance  of the* dump, he too appeared .'surprised  iil^-lbe- coifiplaini  It was suggested Mayer Bill Swain  speak to llie' Village contractor and ask  him to burn- also.  Cold shoulders Board  1*  meets with Rale jay ers  UTTLE or no progress wppld a'ppear to  have J^een    made    by   thp  Regional  Board  regarding  , esfablishi|ieht    pf  a  medical clinic at Ivtadeira Pt|rlf.  f-tectTnt'  .request tu'" a meeting with Hpn: Ralph  "t,pflfjn'**]'H l��? dispuss the situfttip^ resuHed  " \\ot Feel-  Approximately j$ students -particir  paited in the 14 inile hike frpin Elphinstone to.Sechelt, to-raise funics  fpp the purchase of a printing mp-  phine to puhlish the ischool year hook  pnd newspaper. Among the first  five to arrive in S��ehelt and pooling  their hot feet under the road sigh  are from left; 'TQin Evansr, Dan  Zueff, Qail Blomgren and Alasdair  Irvine. -  ,APPBA^II\[Q bpfpre Judge Charts Mit-  * telsfcadt last Wednesday Qptqfeer 2Qt,h  in Sechelt, Dhristppher Elfe, Wfi^ten of  Pprpptiie' Bay  entered  a  guilty plea  tq  a charge of theftype'er $s9-  ���\yootte,n ^yas charged Friday Qptphcr  15th after he had bepn caught shopljftjng  frqm a Sechelt stprc. Ip evidence it was  stated the accused had purchased a ppir  pf boots but was seen tP leaye v/\\h  three long-play phonograph records and.  a pticltage of Ipose^lcaf nptepapov.  Appeaj-in^ as a character ^itpess, Mr.  H. B, Gordph |pJd the cqurt he has knqwn  ��� members,   of, tyoottens    family  for   40  years   but   met   the   accused   only   six  months ago, "Hp is ppjhief," he added.  ���Wpqtten   tpld   the   epprt   he  bad ,otr__  td'nded sghopl in the United ��t��tes and  had worked in *^e\y York prior to return::  ing to Canada,  lie hacl  been  employed    ��  .ill such, activities us baijlet and the art****.  He said he was qiutp ashamed of what  'he h?id done and assured the court it  wpu|d never happen again. "I a1*! not  a shop lifter," he ftQWifnenled. Further, _jt  he saidj lip had PUt������almost all his mopey  into purchase pf a 22 acre farm at West  ^Porpoise B��y and ppce he becomes cslabr  lished bq^es tp become an aptive merpber  qf thp community.  Judge, Mittel^teadt tqld him it is all  very fine to express' regret now. In cqnr  sideripg tlie police rppori that Wpqlten  had no previous record to their l��.n6wl"r_'1'*_.  edge, he ordered that the accused hc  *h61d in custody for one week pending1, a ,  pre*senlence" report by the Probation  -Officer."  Building Inspection  * ��� t  '���*    *B  AFTER a ypry short relationship with the  Regional District in the function of  building inspection, Village pf Secheh  pushed through'1 a hasty divorce last w'^ek  and accepted the servipes of a JpcaJ rnap.  at substantially lower cost.  and negotiate a financial airangcmcnt.  Aid. Benner agrped .and -w short time  jyir. Gregory vvas phpned and appeared  to spealt op his own behalf.  it was���finally ^agreed  th-at thp  prp-  viuiis decision tp join with fhe Regional  At  the  previous  meeting  of  Gpupdi'l    13qard.m fhe, fyiiclipn of hiiildipg ih*3pcpr  ictprier "fitli ifTvus stated a hiimber'pf    tiop be rescinded P'ld 8h aiEjrccn*|pnt j?1*  fiil��fii vhe^dvise^f p��rpg|fiiK. \m A^m.W'V:,,* ..,. ^^..^������^AJ^1''^^'-    mm--we&ttw^u:&*\mi^vm^    that'. hpfpre sp^h a prpppsar cpiiid go  ahead it will be npcessary to .go to a  public yofe. This wjll he arranged as soun  as possible,  DJSSENTIO*'  sa|e of Christmas cards and president , An issue vyas made over the i'jpVt  AJbprl Lynn reports I lull- a game-maolune' fhat it appears tjie Soejiell rpflisu collector  donaled to the Association lias been in- has dumped garbage nl Iho dump without  Slallcd in the Se/;|io|f Pool Room, cou'rlesy burning it, According-to the Regional col-  Mr, Frapls Y|i(iiK. All money inserted iii lei"t(>r��, Whq la|d the pomplainl, this is  iho   machine  wi|i go   to  the  SMtlsb^nii������J,0S���,*^ Problems.  S��M��o|r Asked   by:'director  Lornu  Wolvbrfi'm  .-' Openilioual  i-'ohIk  during  the  winter jus) what' is Iho problem, adminislralor  months aru much higher due'lo lhe cost Charles Clouding uxp|i|iped ||mi pow fire  of healing,    ���             .                        , hOiison   is   over,   ihu   Hegional   collector  Jii a lettpr (n (lie BoaitfJ' LPffihai'lr  |asl week said lie \�� ppphjc ;lh arrange  a meeting at Ihis time tipp \o a heavy  schedule. However, soipp ai-raiigemcnt  might be considered at .a late'11 daie.  Chairman ,]. Tyner told the Roprd lie  hps received a phone poll frpm Hon. lsa-  'p'c-l DnWson advising him lhat s||e had  pursuadod the Minlsjer to meeji. Vvith the  Ponder Harbour Itatepayers' Npvpipbcr.  "i|sl at which time fhc nud'tef! woidd he  discussed, he suggested further dealings  With LplTmuil". lie lahleil puiidjng a vo-,  ppri \of his meeting willi lhe Hnlcpayers.  Regarding opening of the addition to  Sf; Mary's Jl,i).s|ii.lnl, iliroclor F./West said  hopes for official opening ut Ihu end of  poppy were mierpsicfl:-py  piii't tipje spi-yipes, of huildipg inspectipp  ft was thpcpfpre decided Council h'fid np  t,os'p :'MWr foyfip  i^plter frppi a resident jp thp \Vipsl.  choice buf lh Phlpr ip,tp pgrpenient y*i!h Pprppisc tjiiy^-urca 6pmpkihi|cd jhat a  the  Regional   I^pai;d  apd   participate .ip    barrel  of' tar^  subfe|aapce  had >l*ieep   {Jis-  jts function. This woiild piean foffcitipg  all huildipg permit fco$ Ip the Bpa'l'd.  plus an .addition in thp'mill rate.  Last Wednesday .October 2()|l| AJdpi-  man Ben Lang said ji hjtid been brought  lo his Htlpnlinn thai Mr. Harry Gregory  is wull qualified for llie pqsjtipp. After  discussing l|ie ipallur wilji Mr. Gregory,(  w|ip .1)h(\ indieiiied his willingness to  lindorlake Up: jp|i, Alij, Lupg said he feels  Council should rescind its previous decision and sign ail agruuipepf with Mr,  'Gregory, . �� '  covered, on "h|s 'prpperfy adjacepj, fo the  ioad. lie sopght its repipya|. Jylys|c}-y  as (p jipw tlje barrel fpiind its way thcrq  jn' the first pjiiee was sp|vcd'when Alder-  , inpii 'fed Osboi'pe stated lie had' '\a$i':a  liipToJ pf pitch about Iwo years ago.  However, lie cpuld pot explain how jl  should   lurp' uj?   ill,. Hh ���presepl'' Jqcaliop,  ���SECHELT WHARF  Following asmirapco )iy tyunjuipn! 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Huh-  nriH (ii'nult on H��liirilny: Dori'l/M*-  "nitiudt,   .lohn   I'mUicHon,   |Y1J,A   Alnx  lYIucDnijiild. Wiiyno ('lurk mimI llni-ry  OlMMNNun,    Jf'JJllui'llI     NDI'   (IIIIMllllltlU  I'ur <'uiu,i ciiilcoiln,  - *l�� mmmm^P.hM  ,iiiv.innii<TiV*iii iiiii f>i;ihei(-Frj)iijiiuin "*nr nr*W)i)iii)<WiiT'"?f!hh5h��h,  Vimruuvrr*w1ll"r*'m-pln~''h��-��^ In  fur  riimnviil of Hi"  mM-we**)*  rcilmcd    mului n hUvhh /iHciiiiii to /ml lum lorry  |:l(OHt Mirvleo ovuiKuiilly, l|<i  ("<imii*i*u!hi*<, on H��o wilo ol romnuiior  licit 11 In. Mr. Lucludeiidt pmlon|i;il Hie fii'.'l.  Ilpil nifiml" Ihivi* lo go b��l'or�� " Jui��l��'o  nt |)|i, piiiiin. lo Mnn a' form Klulhig thoy  inn full .Uiu-' pmnoieni m^denbi, Ho  \  Egmont & Dist PTA  active since 1948  IfXJMONT   mirl   |)|Nlrii!|   I����i'u||l''TuMi!lirti',  Aiuiociiilloi)   |n   idlll   unlive,   und   hnn  henp ncllvp <'iip|||)iii|iin|y nipi'ii JII'IH.  A hiiiuJI hule v��py dedlciiliMl nj<'l|)h"i-  " ���rriiip i?nnijnii����if io''uiti<innii'u| i(iipji��M'("iiin"  I'lunionl ''loiii<.'iii*uy Hi'ImimI Iii lliu I'oiif  of f��uy *iiII��.'lo�� iicinlwi ovor and abuvn  lllOHii pmvhluil Jiy |||i; bunk ciluniljun  iiynlum,   and   in   "���niipnr/illoi)   w|l|i   Iho  "'hool ip |ho pii*w!ii|||ig of H|��m|ii Duyn..  nniidjiiuh Coi|ii"ihi, mIiuoI iripit hn  llio  n'udnnl'' '���"''"a .���.���-,-���-.������--.->-  . Huvifii puoplii uiii.'iiiii.'ii ihn fh/ii mix.'l-  miivI'u nvKiiiiiiilly, l|��i polnu.-d out Uiul |n/< of i|m /'I/imoni H.'j'A Jmld m.'i.'iiily  Umutivutvnuiiii him -t*honl $0 pillllop op In I'lunvmn l-'-loipepinry R<'hool, Priwldoijl.  u Hiri.-ii mile nlmb.'h of mad which Iiuk |h Mih, Khlluo Hllvoy, v'''ci*-'pm/<|iliml, Ml",  no (oil, II Hk'io uio no IoIIm on llm high- Jnky Kordi npil mwpiht.ry Imnmimr'In  wuyn llu-m HlmuM hn no io||n op il|u Mm, J'nlly. Hilvpy, ,uj| am Miirvinil Ih'dr  foAj'Jeii, mild Mr. Locktiloadl,    ^       r |)mi y����r In olJke,  !.  various nmupii and |||i||v|<hiu|n prpvldu  gmundu'  foi   o|i)millo|i,  LiilcHl jilmiti wiiru followed wlllV ft  iiiuiilhig Imlwoim iiiliimniuil niid Invnlvful  I'PNlrlents /unl ri.'picfUa'iiliilivcH of llio Hl|lh*  wny DiipiuIiimhiI |ii/tiil|i��ir wllh Jinn, Inn-  lad ni^wi<iin who piTniigi.-il lliu iiMiellpg,  Whllu, If wuh, jmimriilly Imlleviiil lliifl.  Ihu mnllur wiiw'fhiully hulllcd, Ihu !<�����  gioniil Hniiiil hnn now gul In op Iho '"'I  imd lum Imd lln ph'nuuJ' prov)ilp a biiur  obji.'iiilug ip lliu pmimiu.'il nnilii, -  Mayor ��'i"ii*rnon, In ruining un nb'iu*-,  Hop |o tiii.a'h Inicrfpioiii'ii, lold i|iu Hourd  "lliln mul lur hnn almwly boon well din-  eiirmud und u nu'i'Hug |M*|d,  l-'pfUicr In  |or|>ri'Ui'0 at HiIh ihm  would only unl l|io cuinmiiully |i|��,  lluul'i pmpDliiul by, Um pfunnor would  '  I'lllJllW  HI)  UllgimiOlll   llloHU'lO'l|)ll ilNlHlllllt  H,(i, Hydro right of wuy npd would lln  lo ihu noi'Ui of Iho GIIiiiuiim llulghlu imn|-  iIdiiI|iiI  liifiii,  Thlii  would   ii.'hll'li.'l ' anioilii  10 ihn hlghwiiy lo olio or'Iwo pol'ulii oply  uud would UiomfoiM, U'Uy nnl.iiii a by|iui<ii,  Mui"b nf Um "lornl iraflli: would mil'  llniiir la  lint;  iho ex|,sl|n/(  tirlcilultt  Olirl  would not  imi.'onmim 1 ml lii; op  minor  luiidf) fi'imh im Pnynn upd Henry,  "fn I'Oimluiilon, Mr. <'uyllin hIuIuki  '"J'lin nllgiininiil  prii|ioiii'il  by Iho Ho-  ��parhnnpl jn onn of Iniml 'illmnl niiid nml  11 will p'.Tiiill rhilhlllii IioiiimIiuIuh lor'du-  vnlnp "Tnopi* varluun land won. 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Hi in rouli; will illnlrlliiilu iiddlUomil Un|  i^trp\u]pltritvw!rmniioy;"-���"*'*"-'   ��� J^oi.'juih.'iuU wnn (Hup I'li/M'ni'pnd over  tlin fvmt ihal fnnny mf'idimiH .iifiu piiimln  mill ph'liaiiii Inu'loi nn nnnmil iriiiiMporhi'  Hon mid Uii:mi mn nol lm*|ii<U.<i| in ipn  riil/iiniili'i' Ui'luil ruin um Ihoy urn i')iihhi.'i1  hi will pnly; I  tiill-ol'f hank nooHiur Ihmn or four yilani.    f|o ovur ii��lni|i||< roiidwuyn, i'iiiihIiih uo|mi  u.���,������IU!ferringuio���a,.li;tl��:r���i)f:,i)rai)h;iit frnni ..iHi^i!lLii6���fiurBiy-J>i��iinlii.JJ'lH'..l)y'iJi��uH -��  p (jownr i'ohil rw'ldnpi ,w|k�� li"'* a hind    would I'liiip/p) i|)<:( rhnruclcr ol Hm'ami.    *  diivnlopnicnl jnoJcct In'lhe areji of the     " '  proponed mild, I'h'oclor I'VupIt W<��U unld  hn |'i:ii|n,ilui pew rnui��- hi ion "lotto lo llm  iwlalJilK ruiiil Und llm firolmd ''(muld Im  -ftlvori" fiiJI-i'iw^hlwmUo'**'"-"'"'*���*-^*"     -    * ~  Mnyor |����}h.,rHoii,,jp,-ju��.'i!Jli��l.���ji.i>o umi-  Inr hnn iilmndy hoop noiihldnrcd upd u  mimllpg held, Ah Io Hi" roilln HliggnHlnd  hyllpi Hoio'd plnnnnr, Mayor I'l'lurnon  poiiiiml pm Dud Hi" main dnmim i"'i:''��  lo ||m> Himugh Idldiwny would bo.'fnrU!  lionii, wlihh, h" ��<il��i would fimhu on  uvnp giuulnr liuVuid lor Hm ��ilpm��mlniy  buhool   h��.'CUUa��   of   U|M   flOW   ot   M|l��MHtt  Hoiih and  vii'.ul of aUllwoiiH.  "Thn iilliiriiulivo, Hioiigh nol  tin npil*  mul, imm n hlghwiiy ��*ngh)***.*i'lnn I'olpl  of vlow, w||| po! dliiriipi oxliillng Jiiud mm  uuid JimIliu pultnio* wnd will4<uly byp��fN -  u   "������iphlly   ihn'iilpphig rfHldpiiiJiil   pr^-ii,  fiom I)iu HO'.'iiil noinj of v|ow, Iho Ill-  Uirmillvn \n lhn Imiiur nlignmnnl, ovim  llioi'gh mor" .HiriidinrnH mny bifvu i,o hn  mlo-'iitorl Hum whh lhn IX'paripinnlV  allgnnmni |iropoiui|,",i-.. a. ���>  Willi H)��j loiicptlon ,o! M��yor |'el<,'r-  iiiin, lhn Hoard uppiovml lpu plioim.'i'�� you*  uioiouodulloou.       i ,<,*.. i  i/m of tho walor Jipu  hi HKfirn'pf Iho wharf  at Porpoiiio Buy ���wtm again bmughl up  for mi ulrjng/'frwiiN'iixpliihiod l|)ui s|ppu  reu��iv|il|iin uf Hi"'wlpirf, walor Iiiih (won'  "urrlnd by iiplniitli! (ilpii wbiph Iiiih burM  rnpniilndly dniipih,' rnnnwnl,  Aid, Ueipinr brought, 'he waller' Ul'  for further ��:uiifiiih:raUon duo lo a number Uf iioinpliiiiilii by houi owiinrti, Aa'd,  Guhorpn'iiald Iroublo would aiirmar |i��  niHiili from, Um Ulr lh priJimun! Ip Iho  ,7iy.iil.-eiu, ll' wjiiiv Him'nforfi uuggualud a  ruduuliMil viilvii hi; iiitdallnd uud llio |ipu  rniinwnd.  flBMKMIJRANPE , i  Hriuiuli I'll) Hoyal Cfipndlnn Le��(|oi|  .drew iilliiullon to lhn iipnoming (Jomiipi-i  hruiicii JJay ci.-mipppy upd u/ilpid Ihiil-  ('puiioll iniiiHldnr piirnnipiiliou, Jt wpii  i|imiIi|iiiI liml Council pn a wholu wpuld  "ullupd llm i-'vuiil,   ,   ���    .',,   ' ,,������������,.'���,���������'���  '��lllll��IIBII!lll��IIIJI!IIHIIIIIIJ|[l![��||(E5!{l!llEJJIimillh  Ad-Brlch  point  lhe way  lo action!  In Taflay'it Chsslltedi-  .' fm**���n***^',*"*0*0***0**0**U��fH0Mm00^^  'J,  VJNY|. r<��i;|u.'iH, omhim mid ye|!nw(  nn pnw   ) idnghJ Ihdlywnvd bed, ,��|ow,  Apl|i|iii! library niil7'l��h|i^,"t* "*���* ���   ',  y'.''.''".T"<!r*.^"y^"^y>yyfWFfw^^    JlmM cipwIlMu moch 'pVpr u,m hoipui  (IO(fl(JO toadoi*). ,  Tlmci, qoiMflpd* po INTO |)����'"w��w'i',7  nn| lip |qyyp��f Uicni�� pr In po|voi|i.  1'inica C|nwi|)cd| pp9,iow-��ivi, hifili.poi#��K*r  niloi, ion(c'��,  n  *si  i!  f  '^  if  I  ti  ���"���..  ��-I  i  1 I  1  ,1  SI  f��h��rio 895-9054    , .,  ��� Pliono linej opop Sunday; classified,  "'"  n  j i  bLf*l*0'W*.to.��.  f  T1"  ,*    00,   ��  +m   *0**-10 ����<#*�����������  0, ***���*���> 00f**  0**l*-- *' 0****"* 0* *��*���<�����������.*���*�����������������   *���-  "    '  /�� rk   fr  +*���   B*  0*0 ft   0*i-**0 >w* J0) *00  *00\  M* -i*  ~#     *" *"    ��*   ** *���  I  jM-plgWliW^'!^!  ���"���.', i .   , \ff  lyimiiiw pwmnww 'f, ,iiii��{��['iM��^wijii��wi��i|��iu<)jijy^rnrntv*****.  *  I  1  *i  v*  "��'  *00iw*ftrt>&M&&l0r&0l&H*^<rW^qmr*M0rrL,0^^ "  n:~imi:j >&m��i0*^^  .Mi. t  Ha  W \\  a  - V  (���  .*  'vt  I  !l  >   I  'i  .' ��  .brjrqryf. **.1,1 ^.^v***%**rr^f*.,^.,r'  *^ti* 0.V0.^r.^r*00^L^^r^.^^r.a.  &**,*./*,.*.*.**&0, *r*Ji Q.*0 ***0.J,  &.L0,^r  TheP^nsuiaT^jsa  f I may be wrong, but l shall noi be so wrong a** to MV to .toy what I believe to be right,"  "    ���4tlHN ArKIN3  Douglas O. Whkelkh, Editor  WMWjw^i>iii��iiiiMM��ww��^��MMii>rw��HniH����i^  We  ODdqw DDsqgO liberalism  MEETING  or the  Liberal  Association  held-last week at Selma Park was, it  might be siikl, a dismal flop and very  indicative ot the esteem with which that  party Is held throughout the , country.  We would suggest that at this time,  through the endeavors of the Trudeau  regime, the image of the Liberal party  has reached  an ^dl-time   low.  With such arrogant and ineffectual  leadership it is little wonder .the provincial party has fallen liy the "wayside,  but fallen it has land 'unless drastic  changes are brought about it will con*  tinue to sink into disrepute.  Dtiring the* past, as one ,of the major  political parties, Liberalism has provided good stable government. Today is  ,is a mockery at both levels and must  surely present'' itself as an embarrassment to the old-line liberals within.  Unfortunately,; ^at the jpcal ?evej���^i  very 'little is done to enhance the. party  name. The member for Const Ghileotin  while showing an obvious desire to appear on the scene through the medium  of photography would appeal* to prefer  appearance in spirit rather truin in flesh.  Apart from a public meeting about  a ye^r ago, MiV St. Pierre has been  .very conspicuous by his absence from  this section of his riding. Rumor does  have it that he has visited the area on two  or three occasions, howevef, if such  was the case then he was evidently kepb  unddr wraps afi far as the  public was.  KNOW YOUR BIBLE  G  Jn order to encourage a greater interest in the Scriptures a" special  FREE Home Study Bible Course is  now being conducted.  This course is:  ��� Completely undenominational  ���Absolutely free of charge  ��� Conducted entirely by mail  (No one will call except on  request)  ��� Based directly; on the Bible  FOR FREE LESSENS      *^  Apply Box 468/Gibsons, B.C.  Why Not Do^o Before You Forget?  concerned, ,Si. PierrO, like his super*  iocs in Ottawa, overlooks the fact that  it is the man in the street, the ordinary  people, who control his political destiny,  Certainly not two or three small town  politicians. Our former representative,  the Hon, Jack Davis could walk down  our main street, tas indeed he frequently  did, and was trecognizecl by many, St.  Pierre would be uiilikely to raise a second glance should he do the same thing  today.  There is still a place in. our socie|*V-  for a Liberal government but the futuie  pf Federal Liberalism is presently difficult to anticipate. The group in power  right now is dominated by socialistic  idealists with a long time Fabian socialist  at the helm. Dreamers such as these are  unpredictable, unreliable apd, on occasion, completely irresponsible, When  the time comes that they are booted out,  as so much garbage, they will have  established such a sorry reputation un-  der the guise of Liberalism that genuine  and probably very capable members of  that party will not stand a chance.  , As we have previously suggested,  there is little. ��*.Qib for socialism at the  federal level therefore our choice at the  next election is very limited. Should the  present party be returned then we-are  no further ahead. In fact we would -be  ih,an even worse position for return to  potyer. would lead to even greater and  more destardly steps along the path to  financial andijnorai ruin.  Only solution would seem to be dec-,  tion of the Conservatives. Should they  then prove to be a sound body, so much  the better. Should they too fail the people, their stay in office would at least  give, the genuine Liberals time to re^  orpnfze M^  content.  Tips great Country is presently in  a far more serious situation than" is  generally admitted. No longer can trust >  be placed in a political group which  works mainly toward lining its own  pockets, throws away taxpayers money  to deadbeats of society, insultsjour senior  citizens with a miserable "pittance, carries out planned unemployment and insults its western neighbors while playing footsie with the Reds.  The solution lies at the polls and  when the time comes- it should be kept  firmly in mind "opportunity knocks but  once".  mum CG-3EST X-RAYS  & 'TB-'SKIN TESTS  Protect your community, family and yourself from  TB and other'respiratory ceases.,  Have your free tests, Volunteers will call at your homo  when clinics are in your area.  X-Rays examined by chefct' specialists of the B.C.  Health Department for: TB, Jung cancbr, heart abnormal I lies and other respiratory diseases.  CLINICS WILL BE LOCATED AT:  Monday, November 1���  \W1 - Egmont P.O.       1-3 p.m.  Van/<*1 - Garden,Bay (Pondor Harbor Aulo)   5-8 p.m.  ^,1^2 "T'AAacI oi'ra'" Pa r K" I-i'ljMC)?*" Sf om "T~^r^1 "ST5 - OrpTrfiT'"*'  Tuosday, Novobor 2���  Van/H - Halfmoon Bay El, School   ,.. . , 1-3 p,rn.  VW1 ���*��� West Socholf El, School   ,. , ,.'    5-6 p.m.  Van^2 - Trail Bay Shop Conlro, Sechell 1 -4 & 5-8 p,m,  Wednesday, November 3���.  Van<n - Roberts Creek Por��t Offlco,mA*A'& 5>8 p.m..  Wednesday, November 3������  Van^2- Selma Park. UfjIon Hall 1-3 p.m.  Van//?.'- DqvIms Bay 1:1 School ,.  5-0 p.m.  i *  Thursday, November 4���  VanH - Gihsons Post Office ......  Van *?. - Sunny Crest Shop.Plora  .,Friday, November 5��� ~.   '.VWI - Gibsons Post Office   Van*?. * Sunny Croat Shdp Centre ...,. 1*4 & 5-Bp.m.   '    CHRISTMAS SEAIS  FIGHT  RESPIRATORY  DISEASES  1-4 fi. 5-8 p.m.  1-4 t\ 5-8 p.m,  1*4." and 5*8 p.m.  I)��  ���/If IToberts Creek .  * ���  C     t        A A    j.       ��� i?��^A-2-     *   The Peninsula Tl  AUtJX MaeUonald MDr\ MLA for Van-  eciuvw T^ast slammed into the Social  Credit Government whon he addressed \\  public "meeting hold in "Roberts Creek  ~tf��lf on Bnturday, "How can we. be a nt\-  tion when $35 million from �� public utility (B.C, Telephone Co1.,) is going across  the international border.'*, lie' skid.  Mr. JVIaePonpld accused the Social  Crfedit government of selling-out , our  natural g^ resources to.the United States  and allowing U,S, commercialization of  Canada';*!- national sport, hockey. "This  is not anti-Americanism, it is sticking up  for/ the B.C' people who are proud* of  the prpidpee, I am pro-B.C, and pvo-  Canada,'- said the MI-tA who added that he  had been, accused by Premier W, A- 'C.  Bennett 5pf being anti-*American.  The MhA also sjud he had been called  a Marxi��t-JC,eninist but said he had not  been incited to the Pretmier Kosygjn dinner in Vancouver.  Speaking on commercialization of  sports, Mr. MacDonald said it will strangle hookey in Canada and sportsmanship  will be dead, "Hockey is our national  game, it is in our blood stream, but not  in our pocket or control at this time."  He further advocated community control  of a 1 community team saying that the  Vancouver Canucks should be owned by  the fans,  Referring to British Columbia's natural gas resource, Mr. MacDonald said  this is a real "sell-out" and gets to the  guts of what we as a province are doing.  He said that West-Coast Transmission is  controlled by big American Gas companies which profiteered by granting  stock options .when the company was  formed. "$4 million was taken in that  kind of profiteering which was built into  West   Coast   provision   of   natural   gas.v*  Tlie same thing; \vill happen again with  the newly formed Mnlaspma Company  whose high Kid of $1(15 million was  ijivon the green light hy the provincial  government to build the pipeline to supply natural gas to Powell River and  Vancouver lsh\nd. This kind of lino should  he Unit by B.C. Hydro which is a public  agency, Malaspinn Gas Pipeline is just  <tffotT -shoot of West Coast Transmission's,  And Mr. MacDonald.   ���  The NDP will take the fight to tho  Public Utilities Commission and through  ii to the people, said MacDonald who be-  heves that B.C. Hydro has been excluded  in ii meaningful way,' He said that at the  present time, Americans are paying 22c  per ljOOf) cu. ft. for our gas and we who  ale closer to the fields are paying 32c  for the same amount.  "He who can protest and does" not,  is an accomplice in the act", quoted Mr.  MacDonald.  B-G-   'Antempbile ' Association   says a  signal in time may sayei lives, "A late-  or too brief signal from drivers.'g;- little  better  than.no  signal at   all.  And 7^7,-.  member that signaling in acuordanp^wlih '������  minimum legal requirements set long ago  may   nol   allow   sufficient   time   I'or   to7-  day's traffic conditions. Drive with carej-   ,  common-sense- and -courtesy.  When driving directly towards 1he  sun, 'motorists-should'adjust their speed  Iq the limited visibility. At intersections  wjth traffic lights, extra care is needed  because the sun may make signals difficult to see. Snnvisors should.-bt*properly  adjusted so they do not impair vision. .  Keep alert.  ���       ���       0  When heading for that special vacation spot this weekend oiv heavily traveled highways, keep pace with the rest  of. traffic and learn to anticipate stops  and slowdown by observing traffic two or  more-cars ahead. Keep at leasl one. car  length of space -between their cars and  those alwad-'fbr'every 10 miles per hour  of speed. Drive defensively���and "Bring  'em Back**Alive!"  HAVE YOU HBARp OF THE  BAHAi FAITH?  Phone 886-7355 or 8BJMHI93  MEN NEEDED  Inthlsereatotr-ilnaa  BUYERS  LEARN TO BUY CATTLE,  - HOGS ANP SHEEP  ol snlo bams, loed |al> and  ranchos. Wo prefer to |raln man  2f to 55 wilh livestock experience.  For local Interview, wrllo age,  phone, address und background  national meat packer's  training:  Box 715, Dent.  Denver, Colorado 8Q201  Madeira Happenings  ON THURSDAY, October 14th the Seciielt Girls' Volleyball team came to  Madeira School to play a series of two  games. The scores were very close with  Madeira winning both games 21 to 15  and 21 to 1.9. We were very impressed  witli the sportsmanship and good manners shown by the te'api from Sechelt.  Mr, Reid, the principal-Brought the girls  down and helped to referee one of the  games. .  On Friday, October 1.5th tlie Sechelt  Boys' Soccer team paid us a' visit and  played o_ur_bo^s in soccer. After a very  ���by Sheila Harris  thrilling game the Sechelt boys won by  a' 4  to  2  score.  The House Games are very close now  with Panthers still leading and Road;  Runners next- followed by Cyclones and  Cobras.  The Senior Girls' Volleyball team is  holding a Hallowe'en Dance on Friday,  October 29 from 12:00 to' 1:00 p.m. Refreshments and music will be supplied.  All Grade Six and Seven students are  invited' to attend wjth an admission fee  of 10c being charged. Proceeds will go  towards   the   Team   Fund.  SIM .EUCTlAC LTD.  RESIDENTIAL  COMMERCIAL  INDUSTRIAL  Gov't- Certified Electricians  ELECTRIC HEAT BY MARKEL  WRITE BOX 351  - SECHELT  PHONE DAY or EVE  SS5--2062  November 1 to April 30, the Government of Bntish Columbia will pay 50% of the  wages or salary you pay to anyone you employ who is registered in th? new  Job Opportunties Program and who carries z "Certificate of Opportunity"  People w io are-aisle to work don't want social assistance. They want jobs. They want the security  I of a regular pay-cheque       a renewal of confidence in their abilities and talents .,. a feelink  that thoy are, playing a part in the dynamic growth of this great Province. * ��� /" nui*,  I!1Ry^f;1?,pCteat^i0bS,.f%tlhe^Selves, 0nly:you can d0 that- And t0 tielp-vou the Government  of Br t,U Columbia will it)ake It worth you..while.by paying 50% of the wages or salary for each  new job you create for a person who hasWn a resident of British Columbia for   2 months  ;.tPh!Ser���Zmo? mare 9?1' and.,Wh�� ^ ^��n Br,l,sh ����lm^ 50cial ���^���1��ZS  thepsst  HUM/ THE PIAW WORKS  *' orOppominityS'StanCe PedPlent Wh0 reg,stars ,n t,1,s Program will be Issued a ������Certificate  2. This certificate qualifies ine-tolder for employment under tho terms oflhe'program.  3. If yon employ a person having a Certificate, you will pay'that perso'li's full Waces br snln'rv  and me Government of BrltlshColumbi* guarantees to reimburse yK  to fr.nge benefits If thoy are part of the normal termsbf employment, *'' '  4. Them is no limit to the number of people you may employ under the term* of this program  5. The job opportunities you provlde-must be newly created and not lobs almadv nv^hJ  and ti.oy must Involve^ minimum of eight (8) continuous wSekStfffi^^  6' IXw,0S ��r Wa86S y��U Pay:mM^ ^ Whflt y��U'n��rma,ly my��Mr ��mployeoB |n each Job  1f bask f��r re(Jr!bur6ame"t,of ^i or ���m wlll.be paid by the Government on a monthly  8, Anyone wilh n Certificate qf Opportunity may bo employed hy you under tho Job On.Ui.mi  llos hogram nt any time between Not/ember 1, 19/1 nnd April af) l< #> "Pl^Hnnl-  TQ CO-OPERATE IN THIS NEW PLAN SHOULD MAIL THE FOLlSq FoZlS  1 i ��� i ' i  \i ' ���, '.''".  DTD'S IE  JOB QPP  Hononmblo Dan Cnmpball, Chairman  " i '  w Hon(>DnnC'ii*ipl?oll,Chfllrmfln,._mj\)jNQuhimti^^^^    ��1 Hrll|(,hColMmM��Qov��rn.t.flnt        Brill*')Ooliiinhi.. In cVhiIIoh jn\n fnr u'ow,o,,S|a!i  n Job opporlunMlos commlltoo!    ' J,I?ncl';,^,'|,'l!*l,,'(y f,or,,,,�� m'?;< Hf"i*'" ^otmnhii. .j��,|, o,.,,^.  U PrtrllrtmonlBMlMlnflS,      " J11     5n 'JK'" U>! ,h" *mM ot N"v��l'H*��r L WI Ui  Q Vlclorln, B,C, '*l>ru-ni, }j//.  Q  NAME   Af)n||f,83.  .piiorit hq,-~  0      10      0  Im^m0.0l00'0 ���**   - *���* '*��� '    ���*    0 0 I    ���* - ������  4       V     r    m* mfr  00* 0*,m*>    0*-m *0   *m    +m  *t f^ *��  0*  n^M 000 *+0*.*m     ���/��#������<*     ��������� WNm tN^ *l|^* '  I     I'  ' M*sA^iM����iw^kA^M4�� ��Wk��h ���fA/UIVAtMsHW  t  $4  t "    t   *  *   ��� -  ������>.>^..����..��nM.��_-^�������...^^���t-. jV-'  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  OPERATION Doorstep, the aim of which  is to stamp out"-" T.B. and other re-  spirtitory cU'se&sPS w.Ul bring, a mobile  T.B. Cmit to JrJtUfiwmn Bay School oh  TueadW, November 2 fYom 1 p.m. to 3  p.m. II la hoped I hat ovary resident of tho  area Jrom Q'months up will, attend the  unit for t* free x-ray.  Everybody requiring tj^nspprtation to  Halfmoon Bay School can telephone Mis.  P^t Murphy at 885-0487 or, it' you have  no telephone, just drop her & note in the  mail addressed care Halfmoon  Bay I^.O.  FILM SHOWN  Film Show at lhe Welcome JJeach  Hall, last Thursday was one ai. the best  ever put on by the Welcome* Bui\ch Com-  "munity Association. Five films, ail loaned  by the Japanese Consulale, gave a comprehensive picture of Japan as it is today.  Japan was shown'as a land of^-traidit-  ion, of great beauty ancLoj yjtjiJjruhisU'ial  progress. . The films were excellently  done, exhibiting the artistry, craft marf-  ship and love of beauty which are so  inherent in the.people of this race. Whether il'..is.flower arranging, landscaping or-  dull making it becomes a work of art in  the hands of'these gifted craftsmen.  With the Japanese love of flowers,  their country--is a floral paradise. Spring  is a riot of color with cherry trees in  blossom, followed bv a blaze of summer  flowers. Sub-trophical plants and flowers  grow in 'he southern part of the country  and in the winter there is snow which  the Japanese call'the flower of winter.  With 83 percent of Japan mountainous, skiing" is a popular pastime.- One  film'recorded songs of Japan and pictured  the traditional folk dances Which ->ac-  . companied them and are performed in  wards into towering sky-scrapers and  ' festivals in all parts of the country. There  were interesting studies of Tokyo, the  biggest city in the wbrld, .gruw-m'g UP*  downwards -into vast industrial development with modern machinery and up to  date assembly  lines.  The' next film show vyiiU be on Thursday, November 4 when the subject will  be an old favorite, France.  MEETINQS   ,.  __   . ._.' __; _  '"Monday,'November 1 is the date Of  tlie next meeting of the L.A. to th'e Welcome Beach Community Association, at  tlie McCrady  home al 7:45  p.m.  Tlie .general meeting of Area B. Ratepayers Association is scheduled for Saturday, N-oyernher.fi $1 8 p.m.- and there will  be a social meeting at the -WeTcorne Beach  Hall on  Saturday,  November  13.  WEDDINGS  Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ellis are home after  a visit lo Swift Current to attend the  wedding of Mrs. Ellis' nephew. The wedding and reception were followed by a  dance in the country where Mrs. Ellis  grew up and she was delighted to meet  ��� many friends she had known as a child,  if was a'most happy occasion and she  reports that she danced ^every dance.  AJso atending the wedding were her mot,- <  her, three of her sisters and one brother,  the father of the groom.  Qn lhe way there, they visited Calgary  ��and  Itntky  Mountain   House  for  a  visit  with  Mr.* Ellis'  brother  and  they  spent  thiee days  in  ltegina   visiting other  re- "  lutives. At Swift Current .the-temperature  ��� was lii degrees and the weather was,  wonderful ihrouglioul the trip. There wop  some snow on 'Ir^TlogerfiTasB Jlighwayy  Imi il presented no problem for the road  was sanded uitd salted.  October seems to have been n very  popular month" for weddings und another  which look place on Ociopor 0 wUI interest many people in this uron..'.  At   St.   Joseph's   Chiirch,   'Sf|uamish,*  Marianne  Schulz,  Hie eldest  daughter of  Mr. and,Mrs, Jim Schutz exchanged marriage   vows   with   Marshall,, Tio'liuiior.   II  wim a very prolty and colorful, wpddlng/'  .   The bride was dressed In a gown of White *  h\iH, and satin; Mutron of li'lnor was her  ..hIhIoc .Carolyn dressed In .pnhl jiink .uud..  ��� the bridesmaids w<;ni hoi; slslur Vicki and  her cousin Klleon ,'Nn.slmiyi, iIi'iikkoiI in  mnuvo, ' '������' '.'���''��� ��� ��� ��� '  , Thu Schutz .fiiiully is well known lu  Ilulfinoon liny whurn Jim Hi.ihiil/. wns  Ibo Hlmll Oil Distributor fnr-many yearn  , und wliorn nil lhe childiun rocuiv/id llmh"  i.-urly KchoollnK.. Attending (ho, wedding  from lhe Siiimhlni! Cousi were tlio bride's  uncles, Mr.'l.eo" NhhIiwiii aiul Mi'., Will'  NoMlinfin of S<;f'h��ili nn'd l|*��iir l'iirnl|lnn,  The I'liiiplo will malo! thoir lionio nl  ���Jliliiiiiiihi UiumiI/.i*"^' -���", '���,-������  HALLC)WE"EW '.,,'���" ��� *       -  Tluirit will bo ii llul'luwn'iin iinrlj' with  -flrnwoiJcM  nml   I'efmihmenlH  ul, tlm  Boh  ;    7 7      ���7 ^y Mary Tinlcley  TroMsdel) jiorne on Saturday, Qctoher 30  a| 7.:3.0* p;pi,v'"F)i(3 event is spppsorepl by  . the lifllfnifion J3fly Recreation Commission  and ail oiu'f'reri iip to and inoluding Mor'-  ���West \)*}y' 'm\di Secret Cove are cordially  invll-HliV.-  ���IN ampf  Mrs. Mary .Wa/lljer is in Port McNeil on  a visit tp her son Bob Simpson, his wife  Dorothy and soh Kelly. .  Art Ktarr of. White Rock, accompanied  by his wife $Ween are spending three  week? at Mev)-y Island where Mr. Ken-  is acting as relief lightkeeper While Mr.  and Mrs. $abe Chapman enjoy a holiday  touring B.C.  Mrs.'A|an Greene now lias available  the new selection of -'-Christmas, cards in  aid of (he Save.the Children Fund, prices  are from 25..,cents up for a packet of If).  Those .bitawsted can telephone her at  H��5.-0a2B.  7  mmfTfr^^^miitsm.iWii^rimmii   ������    .   . v.*-._- - ���*_ ^   - * . *    -   ,    ���   * -   .  "������. -=sj   ���- i*.   '      ��    .. T.ar ��� *<     ..'.'-..   ,l?\'       , ' ' ""     ""Ii  ���    " '        Tl. '           5  -W>^>^ ^^>    (K* r\~i j ,--,- --^Li  1       j .             .              i                      ^       ,       ,u*r *  * -.*,   fil.^     *    /         ��   -.     S                        "*'  -?���-^ * "i'.        ^ ' \       j,-  *���   ���   .il��vH3! " J- \' I . "   ,L -.  i 0f       ��  ���             \r            ^r                                       m Ltl^T***,                                      11ii          r*     **,                       *���       m0.  *. -?***S0r* ,  \  j  ���.f    't     - *     ��� M\     "���*���  k  jf  - V /  7'-x_  /  "i&n  James Murray Yale established Hudson's .Bay Company Forts at Yale and  Hope.. H# W��^s -short in stature, and his  friends  celled   him   "Little  Yale".  Sunshine Coast Juvenile soccer commenced on Sunday and throughout  (he winter playing" fields. **# Pendev  Harbour, Sechelt,    Robert's  New Seasop  Gihsons and Langdale will be featuring exciting games. Teemen (striped  shuts) scored 2 goal'win over Ken  i  I  i  IS"  ���I  jt  -i.  Tl|e Peninsula Tiine? Page i\-3���  Wednesday, October 27, \9f\  I am  now associated with  Ewod McMynn Realty  Ron McSgvaney I  1589 Marine Dr.^ Gibsons, B.C.  Office Phone 886-2284      '  Res. 886-9656  Mac whose young ^player pictured  here is determined not to let another  goal get passed liim.    '  Mt. Elphinstpne Chapter  "~   Mo. 65 O.ES.  Are* Holding A,  FALL BAZAAR  NOVEMBER 20, 1971  2-4 p.ni.  at  Roberts Creek Hall-  Roberts Creek, B.C.  -7^#-^^  I'll  r>.n  '-.J-  4'  5S?  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH (C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 885-9515  SECimT, B,C,v--  Telephone; 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  W- Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res."886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS' - DRYERS -  RANGES  * RADIO - TELEVISION  - STEREO  TRAIL BA^ENTERPRISES  Davis Qay f "    8BS-9318  Cqrry in^lcarry out service on small appliances,  toasters,   irons,   trypan^,  portable heaters, hair  dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc.  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies', classes & -flrlnfl  &Q^J W ^^ncq^^er^pii-S ^H*****'!' :t ���  Pine Rd. & GranJvlew AVdu  P.Q, Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlcjs Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDEIJCOATING  STEAM GLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  '..   ���''"���'; SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 896-2764' '.  Box 436, Gibsons, B,C,  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  |    por Expert plasllnp',  FREE ESTIMATES ���,.  Phono 885-2304 L, C, Emorson  |l No Aniiwui l.iioyo Moinioon*)!'  .,    IIII3-2/A3 nr iHWIWI  R,R, 1, Sechelr, B.C,  BRICEiLAYING '     "~  .,���.���������..A, ,.SIMPKINS.,���.-���������  Box 517 - Socholt, B.C.  Phono 805-2132  BUILDERS  CORZUIDEMA  For All YoMr RonoYQllons, Repairs  qr|(| Cqblnol Work,  Phona 889-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTR��  CUSTOM HOMES r fBK-PAO HOMES  .... I Huh Quollly . , r BoflWrwjhk Ptlca��, ...,   Iliiy ^ pocMoo ond orect It yourself, or 0<*l  our ptottuMot)*,! hnlp,  GARPIH BAY, fl"c. * flm* Eye*. 883-2733  PLY-CONE DEVELOPMENTS &  0 0 ���* "*pf l(w �� i J m0*W .... ^*0t^m Is"   $ ������,!., ff# iP ff"!P*  , 'jimUijno CociM ond Ulnnrls  CONVfNIIONAI., MOI?IJI.AR AND pRFPyMJ  W�� J Invfl A Thoiimohtl hhm .-  Our I'lirn* A'�� Cumimllllvtt,  Co,�� Horhlno To Cull mS*97A7 * ��iq5.9AI5  WrlU Ron t>7f* * Sothclt, (B.C.,  BUILDING SUPPUES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  . Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview"- Phone JS86-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt; 885-2288  .    WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING .SUPPLIES  .GIVE US A GALL  ^FREE ESTIMATES; .  Free  Estimates - Fast .Service    *  G 8. W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  CABINET R/aAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  -   HARRWPOD SPECIALISTS  FIN'S CUSTOM FtfRNlT'JRE  KITCHEN AND" BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  . �� Installation. {    ���  \ R.plRKIN T-rBeqcfi AYev Roberts Grpefk, B.t.  Phone 8a6.25!>i  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fl'llj Cement-Grave!, Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  L &\ M SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE "  Sand arid Gravel' - Backhoes  Dllching 7 Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box  172, Sechelr, B.C.  Land Clewing, Land DoYQlopment  Road Building, Road Work  Cqll  OSBORNE LOGGING, CO, LTD.  "'������  Box'189, Sechelt/ B.C.  J ���_ Phone .<885-9>67   '  PHONE 88S-9S50  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clonrlnq - F.^cqvq||ons - Roqd Bulldlnii  Groillng - f-lll - I'oad Graybl - Crii*jhod Rock ,  Phono: Socholt 885-9550  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  7 SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Goyerninapt Ap|)|oved  Free (:s|limles,   i  ExcnVnllons -. Dralnqge - Wal'orlinos,,  ��� 9i'c;  Phono 086-9579  Uuifl Cloarlno ,- pnacl Bul|rllng  ,JD;��pJ'oi'i>Jna.^Jo|fi^UYfc-Loao!na.  PETE DUBOIS  Tolojphona 8837241^  RtR, 1, Mad��lra Park, B,C,  y>  .    '      . ���       -.      ,-     - '  ���      - ��� '"  '      r* -ni ir i i  DISPOSAL, SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICE LTD,  PORT MEU.ON ?o OLE'S COVE  Ttoliiflflft-WSfl pr flflS-9973  Cnll Uu for Y'��|r I>|s|jhmi| HooiIh, ���  WIlRil ����n*")Vqt|no Or fynlnn Cloonlrii)..  Co'niairiar* Av(illnl)l��i.  ���������������-j-  r-ir      i.    .i ,....,.  ELIECTniCIAMS   - ^i^prTitC&r^^  Rasjdontlql * |n<li��Mr|ol oivi Mnilno-Wlilno ,  |:l��ci||c Hbo| - Mno Wmk '        i  Phono 806-7244  Ro^dontiol - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't  CeiJifjod Elficiilclnns  Phono Day or Eyo, 005-2062  ELECTRjCIAWS (Cont.)  ���- JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CQNTRACTQR  Residential Wjring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Secheil-, B.C.  mmmm sm$>  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL'CONTRACTOR .  Free .Estimates  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  FUEL^  c  ,ANADIAN     (TROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360 .  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelr, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  ,    IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER -  Plione 883-2663  Madeira Pork, B,Cr  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  . v  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT    ,  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  ...-���' ' '  FURNACES  ,PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD,  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest  Terj years to pay  For froo cellmate���Coll 886-2728  '   Complete line of appliance^  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in-the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons ? 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  ���7 ��� > ���'    Expert Hair Styling  Coyyrie St,, ,     Phone  Sechell'; B.C ,       ,885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  *���������-i1- n- 1���; r- "���, 'j-r   HALL SHEET METAL  Pomesiic - Commercial r Industrial  Tfllaphopo 88S-9606  Box 164, Socholt, DC,  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  Oil. FIREP WATER HPATfiRS  Noililni) Down��� 10 Ycar��To,P��y  "("LIq!ii PliimMnb  Roy Bllancho Madeira Park  8832401 883-2778  ' 'l A  >*��^*��� 1 '   ���! ��� iii iiiii mi mini   JANITOR SERVICE  Wefcomo to The Elporslilne Coast  HOWE SOUND    ;  JANITOR SERVICE  Sp<ic|q||r.ls In Cltionlno - Eloor Vfotfloa  ,   , Spray lluflioa �� WliiiMw Cluoolng  RUG SHAMPOOING'  Phono Qfl6 7131 - Gibsons, P.C.  JOHNSON'S  nmmm mwrmww  Sijoc'flluinQ Ini  PoporHanglns, Interior *>> M��rlor ijccdrotlnfl,  Rijq Clconlntj, AH types ol HulMIng  ���   MpfDlonancfl, Fl��)or"IriifolMfon." " * *"  Window Ci0��,nlnQ,  PHONE m*97\* AFTUR A P.M,  Po* MJ< - S��<Mt. B,C, A  Uso Iheso space!!* |o  reach nrntiiy 10,000 pooplo  At the Sign of tlie Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop,~ Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating -^ Mqrine Ways  Automotive qnd Mqrjne Repairs  : Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  ilHARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSQ MARINE   ,  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Service  {3oat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinrude O'M.C. - K&C Thermoglass - Sunliner  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2266  Prone (604) 883-2248  COHO MARINA RESORT  Cabins - Boats - Marine Repairs  Rich and Phyllis Atwood  Hqrry pncl Jegn Morrison,  P.Q, Pox..,160.  Mercury pea^er **  Mqdeirp Park.'B.C7 "  ;i   f.  . "���      :.**   "��� *   '    '���:, ���*.;"���' ���,  ��� i?;;  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts? Creek  (Landscaping ��- Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Lidensed Pfestfcide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph, ,886-2684  ^^__^m_m__^_MML_ ,  _. ...   .    ... i  OPTOIViETRIST  FRANK E> DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block -. Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  ���   t*_   PHOTOGRAPHERS  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Complete Photographic Sorvlco  WrPDINGS - PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS  COMMERCIAL  C, ABERNPTHy     ��  Gibsons, O.Cy Phono 086-7374  or 886-7215  PLUMBING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsdna  PlnmlJlng - Pipetting - Stoamfllllna  I Jut Wq|or Moqllllfl - Plpo l-agglnfl  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 006-7017 oi 886-2848  Riilinl^ii, Allomllonn - Nuw IniiuilUiiltjns  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  -,_7.u:^^^  Ciovl, Corijiiofl Plmnljor   ���������-������   24 llmir Survlro  Phono 886-2406  GRMIiRAI. PfcUVfiRY - 5BCHELT, B.C.  RENTAL��  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Dorfi Boy  "Wo linnl or 5e|| Almo*H Evoryihlnfl"  Tyii'iwflicfh - Mqh'lnq Plonu - leluylslons  I'olo 'I Hieik r Ciimt'iii Ml*��is - |.nyvn |<ulv����  ^oc|i��nlit;'**i T��f)|*  PIIONI": flf).S-2B4f| ~~* 24 HOUR SERVICE    "I ii1 ���"���"' mm "' �����������!  nil iiii������������  J "H P*i  P  P  ��� C |P^       ^W  P   ^1" (p W P"***" t*^  C 8*' S HAR0WARE   - ������----.-.g'cqHPinrv'-p.cr*-'" ���  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  NOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 005-9713  THETQQWY  Ladles' an*/ Children's Vtyeor  9p��n*lKdqy��q week '  Phono 885-2063  Cowrlo Slroct, Socholt  RETAIL  STORES  (c^nCr^  TASELLA SHOPPE   f  Ladies' ? Men's r ghildrepfs Weqr  Yard Goods -��� Beddipg - binens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechell-, B.C.  SEWING MAC-MIMES  UNSHINE ������_     .   ���   D  ^  ewing      Ber,n'nc? �� Pmeg-s  ERVICE       Sq^i Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Monq Ha vies - 885-9740  ^PORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCKSORIES LTP.  Fishing Supplies - Boats hew and'  Used . . .  LargeTSt Small-  885-9832 Seche!!  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Byildjpg; - Porppjse Bay  Seehelt/B.C.    ,"'      ���  <^"8��SJ33** or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway   >  Bo* 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SAI-K ANP SERY|Ci5 ,   -  All Brani'S Avaflablia  Monday to SafMrcfqy 0:30 q.m! to 5:30 p.m.  Fridqy evening by 9PP��lnf'Tien^ 9n'y-  TOWING  Scows r��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  '���' no. ������'  Hepvy Equipment Moving & "rog.Towino  L HI6GS      '  Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TR^NSfER  Hoi/scbolcl Movlno( Pncklpg, Storagu  Pocking MQ'orlals For Solo      '  Mcmbor of A|l|cd Yon Mrjo��,  Cqnoclq's No. 1 ry^ovors        ,    (  Phofi��JI86-2664, R.R, 1, Gibson^ BfC(  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES     <  Gibsons 886-2172  PAII.Y Sf-RYICI* FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHf-fT PENINSULA -  ,   FurnltMlo to gnyv/hnrio In Cqnqdg,  General Frefijlir, "-ow-bcj and Itomvy hoMlIng  T,V, unci RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  ���----�����^a,-5ERvicp:i:tPr~-^-^  ADMJRAI- np.l,|i|.eCT|<OHOME PFAI-fiRS'  Gordon 0|ivar , -    l:.t\ Nicholson  |n. Tho liocirt Of Downtown Sccha|t  Pok 799, Sochalf 885-9816  _. r.  ���aos,iD ��N MONDAYS  Phono 003-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  BERNARD'GERICK "  ��� P.O. Pox |50  Madeira Pqrh, 8,C,  UPMOtQTKRV   'p.rffrAIR-.fiMSTQM MRHOWTIRY1-  ANP PRAPERIES  .Peiiphphiarino - pci-lyllna ?. Complete Propery  5ory\cn * Sariiplo* fcllQwii )��> fl|9 Iwno  Phono 886-2080 oftor 6 p.m,  *" ���"I��� -.-^r-.-B@^.J073.-^,^.-a,,^,���-a���,,���   ' "���" '. r^vusriW^^  bOsinrss directory  TO REACH  10,000 PEOPLE  THE TIMES, 885-9654  ���**'.  *;  >i.  '  ���il T$Ah **# ^lkhWJW3^l  #&w#m*^  '���*������'������ _j��  _   ^  ^  1  tO  r.  i l  r  A. i  ,' '* .  *      "  Pqge A-4 Pentnsufq Timgs, Wednesday, Qctobeij 27, 1971  wpww>M��n��^^B^��>iwwiii<v��wii��wfi��i��iw��MMW  \ I  .ThePeni^SUWvTWo* Sechelt -Phone 885-9654  REAL ESTATE (ConU  Classified  l%iiw����M��Mi>^iiMWffnwi><����Mi��wivMMM����^^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Seshelt, B.C,  -EstdWishecJ 1963  REAL ESTATE (Continued)   MOBILE HOMES ton*.)        AUTOS & TRUCKS (Conf.J    FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR SALE (Continued)  :*3LE,YATE6i   undeveloped   10-   PRIVATE party wishes to huy DQUBI^   wWe-reducpd   for  acres within Village of S^    . a waterfront oft good view stfe, peipqnat^tion   model  -lot between Garden Bay and Must see to appreciate, Quality  Irvmes Landing, Please give bu jit, many features np{. found  location and priqe first letter, in others, May be financed. To  Box 7352 c/o Box 310 Penin- view, phone $85-2153 ' after 6  sula Times, Sechelt,    7352-49  chelt,     residential location,  $1(3,000   cash.  Bok 6499,   c/o  Peninsula    Times, Box    310,  Sechelt., 0499-tfn  Member, Audit Bureaar  * of Circulations  March 31,  1971  Gross Circulation 2884  Paid Circulation 2396  As filed with the Audit Bureau,  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Bnets 112 words)  One insertion -^���,.,,,,,������,,���,.,���,$ 1,00  Three Insertions ������-���.���77*2.00  ��xtrq lines 14 word?)   .,. , '��� ^2Qc  '"���'   (This rote does naf qpply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  8ax Numbers ,������,��� 10c extra  5Qg Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date,  Legal or  Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  'Subscription Rate*���-  By Mail;  Local Area s ^_$6,00 yr.  Outside Local Area -$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.   _ $?,00 yr.  Overseas  Special. Citizens,  Local Area  _  Canada  ^������  By Carrier     .$ 1Q.00  yr.  .$3.50  :$4.0Q   :���60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and Other, material appearing in  this edition of the. Sechelt Peninsula Times. - Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form' whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or ottsef jj/pcess  in a publication, must be obtained  in^writing from the publisher, Any  unauthorized reproduction will /be  subject     to   .recourse    in     law.  ''In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged; to the newspaper,;: Advertising is merely j an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous "item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,,  but the balance of the advertisement wfll be paid for at the applicable rate. (  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from" original  copy when proof Is submitted to  customer is.also chargeable at on  hourly. rgt^Mor- the ��� additional  work,   ,.  ."^S" ���*r:" "  '"���"  BIRTHS  "~" GIBSONS AND SECHELT .  WESTERN DRUGS  .   .  .  is pleased  to sponsor this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ���     ���   MANTON���To Japk and Nancy   Manton   a   pon,   Michael  !Scan, 8  lbs; 3 ozs, Oct, 21  at  St, Mary's Hospital       7438-48  PERSONAL  WISH  to  contact Latter  Day  SnlntH' members, Phone 885-  '2175 or ('8h-fl'254fl. (I7(ifl-tfn  ALCOIIOUCS Anonymous ������  Meetings 8:,'I0 p,m��� Thursdays, Wilson Creole Co'mmub-  Ity Hall. Ph. 085.0327, 88(1-  2343, -. ^ 4i)7f)-tfn.  ..        ,. 0'  WORK WANTED  WK OfS n coiriplelo tree  Horvlco to,, tlio ontlro Sun-  Hhlno Count, Our work Ih In-  mired iijirl oxpnrtly. performed,, Phone for froo entlii)ii|,on,  PeorloHH Tree Servlcci. Phono  885-2100, '    (J258-lfn  o]lNyTMKNTA^  nillhiKH,  I'Voo  cHlhniileii,   IIO'l-  7020, 11110-7050. (1803-tfn  SUNH ll 1Nir" HIwwwT Hiovim  donned    nnd ��� o h I ni n�����y fi  ' 'Hwopl, I1!!, IIIIO-283'J,      7��7��")H  HELP WANTED  HMAJIT   1'iilliihlo   litdhm   ovor  10 yimi'M1 wi��nl*i(l lo Wull, on  JubliiM,   i'hono   miu>u|{(H*   1(110-  ,,0031.-J'i,)r��liiU��i'vl��!iWH*��b��H won-  Jiourii  of (l-ll   |),ni, 7428-48  WANTED  Oh!) nylon  Htoohliif{��  wnnlott  for    HoclusH     IhI,    HVowmIo  I'uclt,  Ihm  In, Hlioj)|ilni{  Mull  for   your   coiililbiilloii,    nonr  'filioji J*nny, :.;..:,, 741IH��,  HOOM unil liounl wunUnl for  11  your old  boy  In  Pondor  lliirboiir nron, *|U0'),p<>r inonlli,  J'll,   11113-2284, 74**7.ri(|  FOR RENT  COMV  J   bodrnoin liniinn, <l|li��  HOIIN     /ll'l'll,     ItoJJlllllO     COII|l|<*'  .���w.llllna*.ti��.a.<l<��..MardoiiliiH.-..la��iirm��~  W/lK'i'fronl lul, l'*iillim'0, Imi,  wuli'l' .oliM'IrJo hIovo, ii')*l/(<'.  No i'IiIMitii "or jif'tH, -fil-iD,  7��3-��(MH, 7-111.41)  jt6.UWi(TH^-Cw!cli- AVutorHonl  1   bixliooin   homo   uvullublo  for lollri'd  (oiiplo <��n  yomly  biiHlft, i*1iirnl*ili<a(l 'or unfiu'iilili*  ml I'h, 022-40OJ  nflor (I p.m.  7  FOR RENT (Continued)  HOUSEKEEP.    rojom,   warm,  clean, private entrance, all  found, Wording   gent.   Selma  Park. Ph, 885-9535;    ' 71J64fn  SELMA   Park   Hall.   $5   per  meeting, -Ph." 885-9437.  7343-tfn  REPRQOFFS   ROAD   ���   Ut  75' x 368' ID rnin, drive to SELMA PARK���4 bedroom'  Sechelt Qmet area; close to home on view lot. For sale  water and good fishing, phone by "owner. Phone 885,9653, Ed  and   Hydro   available���$3,900���Messner. 7430-50  cash. Phone 885-9o'54, 6804-tfn ��� -_^JL  LARG level treed view lot at  Langdale    ,$4,Q0O;   Jot .size'  194x75.   Phone  886-2591,  . ;  7450-48  p.m.  7085-30  MODERN waterfront cabin  for rent, Madeira Park. Ph,  �� "'*���"��� V    -7364-48.  883-2643  HALL for rent, Wilsoii Creek  .Community    Hall,    (jontact  Mrs.    Diane   Anderson,    885-  3385. 5455.tfn  1   BEDROOM   furuishec  tage, water, liydro, 1 block  to beach. Suitable for couple  or single person. No children  qr pets please. Available Nov.  fi Rent $60 plus light and heat.  Phpne  885-9463. 7441^48  WANTED TO RENT  MOTHER   and   five   children  urgently -requires   home   to  rent,   Sechelt   area.   Pit,   885-  9852-   v"  RELIABLE couple  with baby  would   like   to   caretake   or  rent  cottage.   Many   locaJ   references. Phone 8'85-9368.  7439-48  REAL ESTATE  CUTE    cottage,    1    bedroom."  Large  level  lot,  fruit  trees-  and landscaped. Municipal w"jf?  ter. Principles only.  To view,.  885-2153 after 6:00 pm.  7304-tfn  SHELTERED waterfront, Pen- ���  der Harbour, 700- ft. southern  exposure,  ten  acres  with.  , 2   bdrm   house.  All   facilities.  Ph.  885-9565. Write Box 6749,  - c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. B.C. 6749-tfn  SECLUDED but accessible by  good lane, 160 acres beautiful well elevated undeveloped property, year round  creek;, some ocearj view, near  Secret Cove, $60r(OOQ, Will  accept some terms, ,*Sqx 310*  Peninsula Times, Sechelt,  6981-tin  SECRET   COVE:   90'   Waterfront, good cottage site, excellent   in\&stTnei\t,"  close   to  ited moorage.   GOWER POINT: 4.86 acres,,  nicely -treed, gentle sloping  property, with- many good ,  ��� home'sjtes, driveway in, water  ahd power available, has  southern view of Gulf Islands.  Excellent buy at $13,750.00���  Firm.     "    ���  ���ROBERTS    CREEK:    Two    5  acre parcels $6900 and $8900.  Terrific buy, immediately  adjacent, to the Peninsula' Hotel.  GIBSONS-VIEW: 2 bdrm. cottage, nicely landscaped, easy  access to village; ideal retirement nice garden area, $14,-  900.���Jolin Black: 886-7244 dr  .886-7316. '      ������   .  '���  *MUST  BE  SOLD:   8.21   Apres,  Chamberldin    Rd.     Gibsons  -rUral. Already -subdivided, pri-.  ,ced well under appraised vale  ue-Only   $11,000.   Lorrie   Gir-  ard:   886-7244   or   886-7760   or  685-3133.  CALL "  J. Anderson 885-2053  S. Anderson 885-2385  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  "'''"'"'^���''"R^llTYXTb': ;  Selma    Parle    Divn...  885-2323  i ' 7443-48 ���  MADEIRA PARK STORE  tmm*.*, mr**'**!���***     t  ���\/'*.A>nWiiW��'ii**.  -f'KulUL Mtu/  Imr  General store with' 2/bedroom owner's hdnrie and small sleeping  cabin. Price includes all stock at time of sale, buildings and  land. Apgrox, 100 ft77Sh~Madeira POrk Road and 100 ft. on Hwy.  101, containing 1.09 acres;���a very choice property. This business  shows a nice profit with lots of possibilities for expansion. Also,  purchaser could possibly,subdivide land into 2 parcelsi This is an  ,' exceptionally good buy at $35,000 with terrhs,  EGMONT���BATHGATE'S STORE-AND,-MARINA  General store and marina with 2 older 2 bedroom homes and one  cottage on approx, I'M acres with approx, 350 ft, ,of,choice  waterfront, marine gos station, lots of 'floats, 6 ��� rental boats  with motors, This business Is .grooving ,fast aod show's ancj excellent profit on the full price ,of $160,000. Price includgs  business, land, buildings, equipment and $30,000 In,'stock,  .-   -���.. , Requires $95,000 down,  ,       ..   FRANtls PENINSULA  ���2 side by side vlow lols of approx,   1 Vj Ocres each, Only a few  hundred feet from Marina, Each priced'at $10,000 with $3,000  down, , "   ���  "madeira park"  2 bedroom homo on oppro^,  I  acre lot, Could posulbly bo sub?'  " divided Inlo 2 parcels, Closq 10 schoolif and stores,    , ���,  Appiox,   14 acres wllh 330 ft, waterfront,  Full  prlco $25,000,'  '    . ���    '       with $8,500 down,  WAfiRFRONT LOTS  In Pondor llorbour, with water o'n'd hydro,  Bft-H.���"lilO^OOO       9fi fl.�����|0>50l3 '  i,  :    LAGOON ROAD  4 vory ooud Inilltllngs loth, 'Cosy walking rlManca lo school nnd  storutj al Modolro Park, Con bo bought wllh low clown poymonl.  '..;.'-., pAiU COVE^DARGAIN      ��� '������     -  Largo 6uml-wo|<irfront vloW lot (or "4,000 cosh,  ^"cANoi" PASS���' ".  4 walorlronl looio lols to bo sold In om parcel, Full price %l 1,000  wllh tjpmo. lornis,  earl"cove, ~~"  uv(?ii|(ih|o'0|i tills. 30 lot milxllvliilui), Priced ffum  R30Q,   ,;  A low lo'U Ml  ��� ^���-^���~--^MADEIRA*-PARK-----^-^~w-'-*-*  Choice vlow, |oh on 6-1 lotMilMllviMoi), Prion. Irnni 44,000 lu  .,        il/8,000, Soma cleared roody-lor luilldlncJ,  '"    ���        " 1gmont���~  Waltir loxl ond (|o�� Mallorf oncholcd corner pionoily 'ndjolnlno  Gov't Whorl, Ovur ?.0()a (I, wnlorfronl uiul foruMiore inow,  ] "madeira" park"  Aiipiox,   1 '/It  hires'of i*onii��woliirfron|  ooikliku  viow  piupi.-rty,  ������������"������ locaietl fost otwa MaclcUo Poik ooy'l wlioif,  ": RliBY'LAKE" " 'i '       \  119 ll, choice woloifront |oi wllh unUill . pqrllolly lurnldhml  homo, 'Iinu ncorn flruploco, bolhroom wllh Miow��ir, hydro ond  wolur, pull pilco *H.'J,0q0 with *,!),00(i clown, holoricq ol  $100  pur inonlli.  mobile Viqmi* 'srriis. ���   V   ,   .  iiwiiol lull* nyollnhlo,  Mony'other vl��w'nnd wriietlmnt |o|t, |M ||,(, |�����r���|rr I lortiour nrno,  REALTY LTD.  Made)ro Park^ B.C,  Phono Pondor harbour 003-2233  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD, |  <t*^l Estate *? insiirapc^J������'���'  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPWd i  CENTRE -.A  Gibtons.Jg.C.  SA'RGEANT   RD.: -For   only  $6,300 you can buy a two BJt  -cottage���on   a   68   ft.   lot; "afT  cleared, fenced and in garden.  Property also contains well  built dble garage. Cottage  rented for $75 per month. It  encroaclies siightJy on adjacent property, a situation  which wiij require' correctioh-  after 24 months from ddte of  purchase.  886-2481 ;  1135 FRANKLIN ROAD:  Drive past this attractive  home (note our sign) and "tf  you like what you see let .us  describe how it could be yours  for as little as $6,500 down on  a FP of- $24,000. It's only 5  years old, NHA built with  truss type construction. There's  a living room with FP, large  comb, dining room - kitchen  and tliree bedrooms. AR attractively laid out; This is  your opportunity to acquire a  ���new house for a low down  payment. Act now^���Gall us!  .   886-2481  .  INVEST inTfljis property that  has jugti^been sub-divided,  ready for re-sale in the spring,  214 acres oh Cemetery Rd.  with a jVfew. FP $4,700. Malce  an offer 7  886-2481 J  RED ROOF ROAD-Some good ���  sized   lots,   paved, road,   bus  service,  hydro,  etc.      ,'y, :  Partly cleared   100x500,  driveway  cleared,  $5,000.00.  Nice trees, road allowance one  side,   173x500, $5,500.80  Waterfront   lots   in   the   same  area,  $8,000   -'$10,000.00.  MOBILE Home, I2*s65, *\ bedrooms, complete with eJtirt-.  ing and   aluminum   awning,  Only 2 years old. Phone 886-  7187, 7006-tfn    ,  19Q8 12x55' Ambassador House'  Trailer,; Seen * at S\on3hine  Coast Trailer -Park, Gibsons.  Also 1059 GMC Walk-in-Van.  Phone 886-9589. 7444-48  ��� '���;���-. 'V-^'.a1'".: ���������-������t���  7 WEEK old    German-Shi^  .���pham^-'Male   and female,  886-3348  evenings,       7357-48-  BLACK   toy   male   poodlej   1  year old.  $50. Ph.  885-9797,  __^_ 7421-49  LOST  FOUR   month   old   gray   and  orange tiger colored cat with  flea collar, Finder phone 8857  2347. . 745 M8  LOST dog ��� German short  hair, browrt with greyish  specked markings, pointer tai|.  Wearing brown leather collar  lost vicinity Pender Harbour  dd't. 16: "IJe's missed and 'loved,  Answers tp narhe of Toke,  Please phone 883-.2283.  .      *   .. 7448-48  LARGE    male    Siamese,   cat,  area     of     Sunshine     Coast  Trailer . Court,    Gibsons.   Reward. Plrone 886-24Qg. f, ���  - '" -7744U-48  WANTED TO BUY  TV ANTENNA booster want-  ed. Ph. 885-9851. 7363-46  USED BBb tuba wantfed.  ; Writfe E. Everett, 6565, Seton,  Powell River or Ph. 112-483-  9455,,,....-.. - -...J,-:.. J,.' -.7361-48  Ken Crosby  886-2098  Jack   White'  886-2935  Jay Visser.,  885-2300  . '                          '.:,,<7  7449-48  T  EWART'McMYNN  7 REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  ���  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C,  GIBSONS,  ROBERTS CREEK  AREA;  Near Peninsula  Hotel, a 5 acre block of land, partially cleared, with an orchurd  und two BR. house ih good condition,  Just  off  Highway   101  with   good   road   access.   Two  ���streams    on  properly,  Hydro  and   phone,   good   water  supply,   Seclusion   without   isiilu-  'tion. Good  potential for dove  , lopment.   FP $20,000,  GIHSONS: A million dolku,  view lot wllh un extremely  well 'kupt 4 bod homo' willi  rumpus room in ha.si.nnonI 'mil'  utility room. This Is a spin  |(!vel  homo  only  7  years  old  1111(1    niUNt    Jit)    KOI'I)    lO    1)0    Ilj)  predated,  GIHSONS; :i bod., honm, <m  'now, Wllh n full eoniTi'l'o  bitmmioiil, Thin Is ii yciry nicn  liiinlly Iiodk! In a qulol hivh  und" close In nil mii'VicoH, Kull  hhIUiik prlci) now only $2ll,f)(M)  HOBHIITH CHISRK': Park, Avii.''  Ono iicro of dovolopinont linnl  wllh a huuiII nlli'iicllvo Iimiim  nnd nllxir |niijd||)f(h nil' In n  purk-Jiko suiting with- n ymr  'vounh rtiroum, Full prlco only  $111,900, ,   "  IIOlJMIt'J'R CIIKKKi N^w mil-  ,. UIvIhIoii of choice mmil-wiil-  i.'l'froil) lliln on n lioiillioi'ly  hIiiihi, 1ST Hindu nnd wider  J'lck your lol nnvy I'or .$'1,0(111,  HOAMl'lH  POINT;  (i'l" '.',  \nn\,  homo on  n  Ixiniilllul  vicv/  , rioniUwiiluifroiil 'lolr-'riilniiui.y-  ho  \yliul  you nro looking  loi  foi' only $13,000,       l,    -        i  (i;ilHONHi CJI'hI) UiIm noi; 7  hIoiii hIio|)|��Iiii( conlro, Willi  1,1 I'ciiliil liiiiliiii Imlow, plim a  full ii|i(lovolo|iii(l hii'ionioiii,  Auk for full pnillciilnrh,  Moniber  aViini'iiuvcr Hcnl  Khiuln Honnl  PHONE Hllll-22411  Notary Public  LIOTlWm  WAN'I'J*;!) ,  Vlnca Prowo'r        006-9359  Wally Poioroon     086-28/"/  Hox y:ill, Ulhmmn. Ml',  ��� * " ~; -r - " MW.ffiir  MOBILE HOMES  ONJ1! mobllo homo npiico nvnil  jihly,....,Jiilu.���.Miiii>lM.-��--'ri-��t*i��T-  I'niK,    WIIhoii   Cit-t-H,    I'hono  IllirS- 1)513,        "     '      7-i-IO.lfii  KNIGHT Moblh/Houiif, ���> Ind  room with ulr cond, I'll, I'lH)  ���mil, 742'1-lfn  CLOTHES dryer in good condition   wanted.   Phone   886-  7582. "...     .    "���" '7452-48-  BOATS & ENGINES  '32~FT. Gaihetteiv'.::A"J-licence,  Chrysler Crowrt soundei,  Hj-ood condition., rigged' with  heri-ing seining gear; 2 net,  ponds, one seine winch suitable avessel 40 ft. or. .more. Ph  883-2336 or write Box "1, Gaiden  Bay  P.O., .B.C.    '7437-50  CARS & TRUCKS  %   TON   Chev���  '��,   pick   up'  Good condition. .885-2J58  1962  COMET: BfeSt offer.   Th  885-9407. ' '7452-48  1982   FORD    Fair lane   automatic, 6 cylinder, $150, Ph.  883-2256. - 7359-48  1864 FORD "truck, model 750  chassis. For sale. Nice condition, Phone  885-2145.  7413-47-  1965 BUICK Wild Cat, "39,000  miles,  All  power.  Cash  or  take   over   payments.' Phone  885-9846 eves. 74Q4-49  '63 RAMBLER in good shape,  $450 cash.  Ph.  885-2056.     -  7432-50 ,  LEGAL NOTICES  APPENDIX  MODEL ADVERTISEMENT  Navigable Waters Protection  *-.    Act  R.S.C. 195a, Chapter 193  J oh n   ll!_J4ais te^&^Associa tes  Ltdl oh belialf of lhe Province ���  ai  British   Columbia    hereby  give notice that they have, un-^.  der Section 7 of tbe said Act,  *  deposited with the Minister of  Transport, at  Otta\ya,  and in'  tlie office of tlie JDistrict Reg-  .   istar of. tlie Land Registry District of, New  Westminster at  Vancouver, B-C. a description  of  the site ..and  the  plans  of  Wharf, Access Ramp  and Pub-  lie Mooring Floats proposed to  be. constructed   in. the   Slioal  Channel  of   Howe   Sound   at  PJumber Cove Provincial Park  on   Keats   Island   in   fronb of  Block B. D.L. 1468, l^lan 10*83,  Group   J,   Now   Westhiinistef .  "bistriet. v  - And talve notice that aftei 7he  expiration of one month tiom  the date ot publication 6f this  notice John II Haiste & Associates Ltd' on behalt of the  Piovince of Bntish Columbia  will unclei Section 7 ot the  iaid Act apply lo tjie Minister  of. Ti anspoi t, foi appioval of  the-said site and plan*.  Dated  this,  24th "'day of  September,  1971 -J ���  JOHN  H   HAISTE  &  ASSOCIATES   LTD  7431-48  FOR SALE  2~ROLLAWAY beds, 32" wide  Phone   885-2866 7440-58  ELECTROLUX Sales and Se7^  vice   Bob   Waltham'   Phoiie  885-9878 6593-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint-���.Fibi egiass���Rope���  CanVai���Boat Harclwaie  Compiebsed  air  sei vice  NYGREN SALES  (197f)"LTD.-  Phone  886-9303,  Gibsons,  13 C  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt; B.C,      .  .    8893-tfii  1 pA(R size 12 little boys' ice  skates. Brand ne\v, Ph. ,885-  9550, 7365-48   TTT-a^ -a TV  .'".���:     . a���J ; ' .���,'    '     ,l|  Scout and Cub uniforms. One  G.E. iron, Folding chair and  table.  Ph.  886-2964       7435-48  30" Bandsaw, suitable boat  building or shakes, $250, Ph.  885-9735, 7445-58  HEALTH FOODS���Soya pro-  dupta-clried .food - buckwheat  anil whole wheat flout', Vpwo  rice short pr long grain, V lb,  23 cents, coffee, 1 }b, 9P.'cents,  Goou; Food Store, phv 88^2031  Roberts  Creek, B.C, ���  74364fn  2 VINYL Rockers, prange and  yellow as hew. 1 single hol-  lywopd bed new. Antique  library oak table.'Phone 885-  2041. 7447-48  FOR SALE '.*.  '������ *  *''.'-.    ������ . ' ,    . : ������..':. ;���,.'*��-.  PRIME ELEVATEP WATERFRONT ',40 ACRES ATr.  WEST PORPOISE BAY/;  ...Includes large, modern 5 bedrqom house, broadloom  throughout  three bathrooms,  hot water,  heat etc.-  ���''''",. ' *  $97,000,  F. J. Whitcroft (Ovvnt3r) Vancouver.  Phone 112-738 7165 or 263-7631  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  DAVIS BAY ��� No. 2311  This lot js the absolute chbjce property in Davis Bay, a really  panoramic view of the Golf, gentle slope, all the SUN* Size is  69*150, and the price of $5,750.00 with some terms, is very  reasonable compared to lesser lots in simitar price range. Call  Peter Smith,. SM-946*1 eves. _.:_--      .  TUWANEK     ..,.'. No. 2301  Dejightfoj summer'and weekend retreat, open'ceiling Cedar plank  cpttqge, hidden from road, with water view. Ideal for couple, this  one rponv cottage )COuld be enlarged. Basic furnishings" except  beds, has Water & hydro. Walk to beach & boat launch. Worth  every cent of the $7,000.00 price tag & only $2,500.00' down.  Peter Smith, 885,9463 eves.  WEST SECHELT .   No. 2241  2 year old '3 bedroom home, excellent finishing, Franklin Fireplace. Large living room & kitchen, separate attached Utility &  Furnace room. Much wall to wall carpeting, this is an A-l family  home. Full price $23,800.00 with $10,500.00 down. Peter Smith,  885-9463 eves.  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 1864  Attractive all electric 3 bedroom home, over 1,000 sq. ft.," stone  fireplace. Large let, with fruit trafis, berries &��� shrubs. Garden  shed, garage patio & Level lawn,, close to school, and shopping  centre. Full price $22,950. Try your down payment. Don Hadden,  885*.9504 pves.     V   >       ���       . '      __7  DAWS :BAY ,    ' ��� No. 2217  Ideal 2 bedroom retirement home, bright & convenient, just 3  years old On large view lot, cleared & landscaped, close to beach  at Davis Bay Cash price $20,750 00 A bank mortgage may  oe- arranged   Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves  WEST SECHELT No. 2347.  Here it Is, 80 foot waterfront lot, level pebble beach, safe for  children Approved for septic tank Light; water & phone. South  exposure You cannot duplicate this safe lot Full price $J5,000,  half cash   Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves  SARGENT BAY *   *    "_ No   2:45.1  A lot with at least two good building sites with  island view   no ~  aMesS Problems, easy to clear or work   $5,600  firm, half cash,  9Va%   Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves*  GIBSONS VILLAGE No   2328  Home with three Sdrms, large Lv Rm, large sundecks and two  car cover F b it with most of materials to���fimsh suite, much  -work done   Glorious  view,   area   limited   for   future   building   by  *Tf^nVlrenat bQck, Rood Qnd dnve blocktopped   Holt cash or7  $36,000 fu(l price   Jack Warn,  886-268-1   eves  HOTEL LAKE No. 2285  $}0,0Q0 dn, will put you on this beautiful lakeshore -property,  with a workshop large enough to establish a business (20'x50')  wired 220 and equipped with drum heater House 6 yrs. has  three bdrms, half bsmt and carport Carefully landscaped and  cared for Full price $26,000 Acre ad|oining- can be bought also  for $4,500  Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves  j���  1819-  ROBERTS CREEK No  Twelve acres, approx   three cleared   Highway access   $17 500���  offers. C. R  Gathercole, 886-7015     ' w��*i/.3uu  QIBSONS RURAL ' ~"J~ Nb  ,,-rfr  Two   bedroom   home   on   sheltered   lot    Attractive   landscaping,  Garden   Fruit trees   Double carport   Short distance to cither GiS  ,886 7Sl5        thQmS    $15<P����   ~   D,fers    C    R    Ga.hercole,  GIBSptvIS    , * . wNo. 2327  Cleared view lot,  centre of village   Reasonable al   $3,300. Good  term!,   C   R- Gaihercqle   886-70)5,, " "  ^JfiETIReMEHT' HOME, GIBSONS. No. 2261  ~Njce. /teqpijQl,', landscaped,. Close  to shopping centre. Cosy two  ���   IiedroOm i^ome.  Interior has heeri completely renovated and *up-  clated.   Sundeck., Some  view.  Double  carport.   Owner   moving���  ,.��,. ���.   tf "J  r\r\ry /*  anxious to sell. Down payment $7,000  C. R. Galhercole, 886-7015, '*���  -Good terms.pn balance,  ASK FOI^'OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Box 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES LTD.  mu   .Phone 885"223^  yDaddy!w  Wlien il/iddy comes home |i'�� n fircnt  rvmii l��)i ilic oniiill liy,,,(lailiiluf, mo  vory dpci'lul |u:o|)|��. Wlu'll iliidilli's  umil of(owji iui<l wiu'icoiiiuliomo  uy Icuvi: 11 Vi 1I11 llinl (.'mi Ik Jlllcd  oi|ly 0110 wuy,.,11 jnnit illMimco  lopiio/io run,- Cnll lioiDotifUiif,:'""""'  you'll find lliu tuwiiul du* oiilwciylij  lliu oniiiJI cuM,  B,am��  '  Afli't fi imi mul mi* tlnw Smiifitv whf*i  , 11111*1 lull)! tll'lllltl'H tlllfl Ml! llliU>('      . '  , , rni��.mi 1 ��nitl-iiii'ianvwlii'/f-tn  I 'iiiiiiilii, .iliilliiii-ili'niiiiim, lur nn mm*  limit H,ini'tr,fmiinnry I'Hiti*i-lwh  lnHiritiwluiyfurilvliiilr,  �������C h�� n ItlH tuiiit UltfHti, t,*l,r* ii  ) ��*,  X  !k   ,       1    1     f,'*        J  '���'���,,*"'**w*��V��**4��y*w(  4*  m ***���- ���* ***,  AAi^A,/* . 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She then  proceeded to Diuumn to visit- olher relatives, the lylr. ,J, Gilroy's, arriving home  Saturday,  -Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Louie  Hansen journeyep; ��� to Victoria to. attend  tlie Senior Citizen's Counsellors Convention for -B'.C. held -Oct. 26,' 27, 28th.   *  Tuesday Oct. JO, Mrs. Evette Kent  and Mrs. Peggy Ayer held a- surprise  shower I'or Mrs. Shirley Nygren whose  marriage to Mr. Bob Nygren took place"  Oct. 4th.' Shirley was taken completely  by surprise when she arrived at tlie Ayer  home.  Guests present to wish her well were:  the hostesses  Mrs.  AjTsi-lliurTVrrs.  Konl,  also  Mrs.   Chris   Gathercole,   Mrs.   Hazel'  Tladdon,   Mrs.   Lou   Goodwin,   Mrs.   Lou  Walson, Mrs. Lenore Nygren, Miss-Sharon  .Doyle,  M'**V Peggy  Connor,  Mrs,  Isabel  Wp,f>d," Mrs,. Janet ftewman, not able \o^  be prssetrtrsent .a. lovely gift.  RENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  (Undenominational)  SUNDAY SCHOOt AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 AiM.    ~~  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Rev. Wolter S. Ackroyd  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11; 15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV�� S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutui  (2 blocks up from Highway) .1  "TiC-  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  Sr. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services -'2:30 p.m.  Gibsons 'United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services- 7:30 p.m.  <* (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev   Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  The Anglican Church  of Canada  SERVICES  ST. HILDA, SECHELT  Every Sunday at 8:00 o.m. & 11:00 a.m.  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE, REPROOFFS  2nd & 4th Sundays in tho month at  3:00 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1st & 3rd Sundays in the month at  2:00 p.m..  EGMONT  1st & 3rd Sundays in the month at  4:00 p.m.  Priest: Rev. D, Popple, 885.9793  PN Tpim ~-*r*  An interesting week was spent ip  Bermuda by Mrs. P. Clayton, apd' h,er  d'aiighlSrs Mrs. ]\#gy Uemstreot, J'nhPlls  CreeU aud"Mrs. Phyllis Morris of Victoria.  They flew by jet up so high they eppld  see tho "curve'of lhe earth, Hum \yoro  riyht to tlie hot lorn <>!' the fsea sighlHpe-  ing iiv a glass bottom boat, Enjoyed the  beach at St. George's, the old original  CapjtoJ. Visited St Peter's Apgjipan  Church, the oldest phureh in flip Western  Hemispherd; a perfume factory and a  pottery place. Pound the museum interesting. Most of llie houses are 300  years old dating back to 1009, the style  has not changed the only dilference in  newer ones is (lie type of roof.  Storms do not hit Bermuda hard.  While they were the tail end of the pur-  rent hurricane blew but no different  from a local wind. .Sub-tropical, ���{he  teiTipejjiiiii^s j:anged-from HO io 8" and-  ���about the sanie for the water. Like having a \Varm bath.  There is a fresh water problem. Muph  is caught in llie runoff from tlieir rpofs.  Some of the bigger hotels have means  of processing salt water into fresh.  The ladies- tpuk a *)-hour tour around  'Iho harbour saw Hawkin's Isjapd, Treasure Bay and were much impressed by  the crystal caves which were lit up  electrically*"        ... ���      ���  The narrow streets are mostly paved  although.some "have cobble stones. There  is one traffic light in the whole tovyn and'  ���policeman dress like the English Bob^y.  A few are women. Tliey have '. mostly  little cars with low power apd the buges  are diesel. Causeways between islands  have 'tiijy drawbridges. Hibiscus were in  bldmn everyw-here^itiding to the oplp'r  among lhe different types of paJpitrees.  Tropical fish coming up to be fed, bpau7. .  t if ul. coral reefs, sandstone houses with  tlieir white washed looking,roofs���afl in  all a- truly delightful holiday.. _      *  Tliere was one bug fn the trip:'. Mrs.  Florae Clayton came home with a virus  �����tb-ata-bas hit her ratlier hard but slie is  improving and hopes to be  back at  the  shop soon.  CONVENTION  r Delegates baqk from the B;C. H:A:  Convention at the Holel Vancouver are  Mrs. Ada Dawe, Mrs. Lily Dunlop and  Mrs. Amy Bryant. The convention ended  on Friday and they saw some of the pre-,  paration for the visit of Premier Alexei  Kosygin as 500 security officers mpved  into tlje.hotel.  ,.-.....  SPORT  The Sechelt Chief's beat tire Greeks  3-2 in their soccer game last Saturday.  Next Saturday it �� is a home game and  then Sunday they go to Richmond for the  first^ round fpr the Imperial Cup.  BREVITY  Mrs. Gordon Jones has loeen io San  Pivmcisco where she"spent some time  with   her  daughter  Carole   Leopold  and  family. ���   . ��� '  - Mrs. Audrey Cobleigh of Selma Park  won tlie hand crocheted table.cloth ip tlie  recent "raffle draw held by the "Cia-Qra  Service Club. '*' " '  Poet's Corner  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Traj|, Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 p.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Calvary baptist church  Park Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 am,  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)  A WARM WRLC.OME AWAITS  YOU'.  ���Your contributions are invited  MAPLE   T HEE S  ' by J. Bentham  Of all  the  trees  in  all  lhe  lands  We love .the maple b<?sl,'  A   lovely  green, in  early  spring  Where  many small' birds  rest.  And in Ihe fall, oh, lovely siglil,,  Thoy change their leaves to colors Jirighi.  Roil aiul brown 'and yellow and gold  Al the first  light touch of winter's cold.  The"hillsides glow and ul  (heir foot  A   lovely carpel   ||*uy 7pruad,  Ovor Iho laud upd all around  Of yellow, brown and red,  Hisl|0|)   Ooorgn   Jlilks,   fmhor   of   Uio.  Anglican  Church    in  Hrllinh, Columbia,  wns consi'i-ralud Hisliop of -Columbia in  1111*11,  a      .      ���    , ���       a      , . *..'   fM^^Sf^^^U^.  00t*0���*1  H^MWHH^S*""**"���"^11"" \mrr,f  '\ "T " ��������'  .**. .  *rm0*^r  ,*  I?  SECHELT AGENCIES DATS PAD  ��� Thi* Iran reminder of comlnoevop|4 Is o sfirvlco of SECIIELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phon��l Ponlnsolo Tlnw direct for frco l(6llnas, specifying "Palo  Pod", Pionso nolo Ihnl sp^o Is llmllwlond somu odvonca dolos may  hov��i to wall thoir turn; olso that lhib Is o "r��mln'Jor" IIMfoo only and  conriot olwoys corry lull details. .     , <������   '   .  On, ?7 flpm, Rm-hell l-iifiloil Moll, IJIiw.  Od.-Vfi I--I p.m, Gih'sonh IJnlinil Cliuirh Moll, Cnrpnl llowlliio,' dhils  oi riiidB, , (    ,(     .   ,   ���    .  On   ?ll    11 pin, Piiiiil��i'''llnibnui��� Communlly lloil, (iliifjo,  On, 79     10:30 oin, Solmn Poll*. Coipmunliy llo|l, Rummoflo So|n,  ��Or.i,.,29���/'i.ld^iinif-GibNons llnllwl'f'lliirrh'-l'lnll^l o-Cnroiip;,:fJliosf|y  OiilhniliHI, W"lli��i ft. |lmi|i,i||iinin,    '     .  On, yv--ft ii.iii, S��<.holi ln��l|.in 1-Joll, Ulnno,   ,  On, .10    71 pm, ')<Kh��|| LuqIom, Holl. Sr, Clll/civi Oirin'rh 'ft') Ten ��.  n.iia, solo, wiiiio riiiph^nniiiiii.  Nay,   1 fl p,m,  Scrliclr' Ijicilop 'Holl/ RoynlCnnndlou  I'pijloii  I.,A,  filiniiMll .Mii��ltlll(|. ���  Nov. I     10 o,m, KiiQlonnl lioord Olliru Couil o| f*��y|i.|on (volmn llsl), '  Nov, I   ������ 10 ii.m, CiibdOiii. Villoiju Onico-a-Couil ol r<uy|klun,   ���  Mny,   I-,2 |t,m,   Hwdllh Conlfii^ Gihimn��i   Hrnnth -311- O A CO   Snrlnl  Mh). ,     (_  >. ,  Nov, ?   -I0��,'in, f��nr.|��ill Villiiu" ()llir��;--C()iiri nl Rovlhlon.  Nov, ')   ��� l-'l pm, I (>ii>i| rmiil, I'olmrlii Crook, Huiiiinoint !jiil��. '  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE, Oft, RJ^I ESTATE  ���"���-""*'"'"'    r\  i-~~Zi       Mulllpl* M����lnu 5��rYle��  /^fUlPfl ir     ""-tt"1 ""*  { CI II   \E}i-*> J - KtAt tSTATt���  \->^'Jyy..- -*     INSURANCES  AGEMCSES LTD.  O if  Phono 005-2235  Box 128, Socb<ctltr B.C.  ^  fv  J.   ��- SAT  V  \ v.  tl  (l'i  K\*l*  ' \  *"\'  ���v  tr.  A ���)  1  ��� ft"  Milf'l  If    "  rib rr(  000*  *   ���   0 _-��'*       i   Ir      ���*���' '   *  I*  r '0i.\  /  \-  i1  A.  *   ��   <r.  \  . i-:  0 t. j  F-"--y��.rj\w  *:-ll ^'.:>  / ,   -, e     -1    ���- i*y  \ ' ���       j   r  a  %   0  U iNL  A  Camo Olave  HuBechin District Brownies  Roberts Creek Parck  Th? Pepifisiilq Time�� Pag^ A-S  Wednesday, October 2?, 1971  Peter Rabbit & friends  fr&liqk ti Twilight  ANO'PIJK^ Wnlt Disney" mpVje fpr ^he  < kids starts Wedpesjiay eyening at Ihfe  T^i]ig|it 'Theatre in Qihsons. "$l,000vpp0  P(H'l;'' sljirs Dean Jones,- Sai"jdy puncan  fiiu| ,"fne Flynn in a'chaotic ponVedy ahotit  51 h|j(l \v\i\] q talent Jpr-l^yihg eggs \ylth  yollfg ot gold. ��� 4  ���'^ovois ahd' Other Stxangers", which  is restricted, stalls pn Sunday evening.  ^hG etevnal man-woman copflict told in  'jqUarious lerms wi1h the help of Gig  'young and Anne Jackson.  " "*pecffi!^e of the many requests by  youpgstprs and parpnts wh�� wanted Jo  see -"Peter Rabbit & Tales of Beafi-ix  Potter'' ^fQW, tlie managpment of Twi-  t|gl\t.T!jpalre mat}e special arrangements  jp l^avV ft Pfi'lt Ol tliis very popular moyje  flown 'hut fro,Tl llie feast; in time to dhow  Ip Qihspns fpr 5-days starting on November 01h.' A beautiful bal|]et pantppnime  o},(*\\i so|ne .small creatures frorq the rol-  ling'billS pi Britain's Lake District wlio  were boi'n-i.nto the misty fantasy wor|d  oi  q lonejy English girl, Beatnx Potter.  i J i  Pack Holiday  Brownies front Pender Harbour, Se    ... ^  w  pljefl aitcf  Wilson  Cree}v  enjoyeii a   Ejfceifont costuming, lush scenery, exact-  weekpnd    at   Bloc}i   Cottage    ing ballet dqneing and soyndtr^ck musifi  "'���"���-      an   enchanting   cinematic  ATTENDING the Pack Holiday <at; Brock  Hall, Camp Olave, Roberts Creek Oct.  If*, 16 and if were Bro\vnies from Pender  Harbour; Ann Carruthers, -Kella papri-  spn, Cindy Tajt, IVIie)Velle Turner, JDehise  Rgmmen, \ Cc3rrinne *, Brown. ��� Sechell  ESrownies; Bonnie Janiewiok, l^hgron Hall,  Margot Wilson, M'firy- Connor,. Louise  $tur.phy, pandra Jorggnsen. Wilson Creek  brownies; Pat Hal J, Kini Bryson, Dorrain  Pparson, Gail Thomas, Ava Bandi.   '   t  District Guider: Donalda. Sigpuin,v*wa��  IJn>wii Owl. Mrs. Mary Flay Tawny Ovvl  Bible ComimM  ���questions answered  "THY word is a lamp unto my feet, and  'a liglrt unto my path:" (Psalm "ifiMOa")  Question: What is meant by the statement in First John 3:1 "...therefore tho  world knoweth us not, because it knew  birri   not."  Answer: The difficulty lies in the  King Ja.mes' translation of the wprd>  "knoweth" ' and "knew"; The^U."B: "Phillips translation in The New Testament  in Modern English makes the letter of  John quite easy to understand. "Consider  the incredible love that the Father hat-  shown in allowing Us to be called "child  ren of God"-and that is_4��^_j_yst what  we are called, but what we are. Our  heredity on the Godward side is no moie  figure of speech���which explains wliy  the world will no more recognize us than  it recogni2ed Christ." This, of course. '  could apply in the first century as in'the  tWentieUi" bn}y to those who had become^  Christians ,by accepting .the' claims oF"  Christ.  Question:   Does  the   Bible  teach  doctrine of predestination?  Answer: Most certainly it does, but  flip Bible's teaching on- fhe subject has  been sadly perverted.- The writer of the  Roman letter says, "Por whom He did  foreknow, He al&o did predestinate lo  be conformed to |h& image.of His Son,  Dial He might he the firstborn aifiong  numy Jircthreii." (Rom, 11:1*0) A ques*  Hon nul'iirully following Ihis stauimonl  would he "Whom did God predestinate?-'-',  the iinswer lo wllii'h is obviously "whoih  , Ho did foreknow". Tlie word know in lhe  original Innguiige Ind'enlGp Ihal iicknowl-  odge would lip ii holler liuihsJalion. .le.mitt  lines Iho word in the pu.si lenso will) iho  slime moiinlng.'ln Mutlhow l;'2*l-T,l Clod  liiifi ncknuwlodgud "ihom n,ui nro of' ��  hrokoi) heart; und savelh such us lie  of a conlrilo spirit," (J'.sulin JHilll, Psului  fil;l7, Isaliih r>7!ir>-m, nml 1;-;.iim tHLU.  Whuthcr ui.idor Iho'Olil or Iho Now covou-'  �������)<��� only Uio Jiiimhin-mindod nnd ohodi-  o|il (.Ioi.'h, God ncknowlorhioi  Sketch Club featured  at Sechelt Art Gallery  RKI.MA Piirk'skoloh Ciui,, memhors Wl  liold nn oNhlhlllon nl' Iholr work  in tlu>  ArlH   Council   Clnllory   Sl)��ip   nl   Sc.-holl  frtp nctnbor 2*1 I,, Nnvmubor"il iiiclusivo,  J'Vir lour yeiii'H (lio,v huvo.mul wookly  'J   Hi" Riilmn I'urk Comniiiiilly Hull, Tho  I I'Hl  Ummw were ui  |j,(. ciJuphiw hold in  Wiwl   Voncouvor nnd. HpmiNored  by  Iho;  ll'i -voll-kiiuwi) Skolcl,  fJlMl)  thori!,  lijx-  lill)llorn  nro ,Jo(i,)  l-��U��>t,   Vlndnh.  Crnw'  Hlliiw    Jhith   Bind.),,   ||h|o,|* Mi'rt*-|)iHi*!|-|if  ,'<iid Mny (Jiinioii,  ;   Whllu Ihoy fnvor oil, nmmjiorn mm���  ~-tonir-mn~m\mmr;tf\mil,) 'uTiHi��-ylir  'An ouch piiriiiuiHlior Uwn lnicr.m| -\\Wv  ���l��. no loniml i-Iunh nf, InMniciion lliey  will  dhow   IiiikIhcii|kih;   flonilH' and   null  II "Ih ulw-iyN JnhiroHllnn in n.1,1 luinllirr  {."roup in ihoHii oni-()urmdn/j wimUvii huh.  1��|oh mid Iho tjniiory nlhtfto hiinny lo  jiri'Nimi iJijh, Ihi-lr lii'Hi (Inllory, hhow,  *8f*i*��w*��^��i^w^^  mMM,^hHAAy^lMJ^^l  Mrs.   Bev  Duval   from   Pepder   Harbour  was Snowy Owl, Mrs. Nora Leitner Blue"'  Owl, Mrs. Pat  Nestman, Pink \Owl,  The five leaders h^d the assistance  ���of three eppJ^s all from Pender ffarbour,  Mrs. Peggy Growth^', ��Mrs. h-ma Tait,  Mrs. Nancy Br.own. '  Guest Visitor was TVIrs. Harriet Newton, District Commissioner. Friday.after  lhe girls all had arrived they, went for  a hike around to see. the other camps  in the area. Saturday was* a busy ciay at  handicrafts. Very attractive felt beanies  were made; also gym bags, paper weights,:  rings. Closing the day with a sing-song  around  the fireplace.'  Sunday IJiey were at the outdoor  I'lnuxlr-fti^ing a few hymns for the final  part of their weekend.  Qlave recently Pictured with  their le^qers on the vevandah of tho  seasicfe cottage, this is probably the  test CaiTip (hey will enjoy as Brownies for- next year they will .be going  into .Guides. " J  a I   Ifhalce   for  masterpjecp.  Seventy-five pi^n died in a gas explosion jn the Wellington Colliepy-near  Nap&jmo, January 24/1888    "*  lllUIMIIIillUllllllllilfUIUiHIf'iflllllllllillllOIiOIig  SENIOR CITIZEN'S BRANCH 69  I -       :3  Saturday, October 30th from 2-4 p.m. |  SECHELT LEGION  HALL  Admission 50c  aiiiwiiuiiiijniiuuMiwiiiijiiH^  ELECTRIC  Homes nre Tor living. TnJ-o lliifi Imnie for exii'niple.,  I'Voin liiiNcm��i)l hi ullio every.hil of ��pnee is being  tiJieilfiiilivii^.TliiirNluiViiiiiHoii'NheiiieiieleeliioHlly.  ('uiiipiu'i iiiiiIh inKe up liule or no Hpiieu, Tliere nre  iumIikMh or pipeK, mi fui'iiiive room, ityory inch,of  Kpnoc Ik bciiiK uisotl . . . mid lliul's iinporiuni, wilb  ���-*Xc ic I fi y �������� cro n *s r i,~i i<* 11 o 11 - cos r s*;���^���-^���^~**~^���**���~-���'"^��� ���*"****-  , Mosl impoilaiil, every'room Is comfortable ��� just  llio way eneli indivlduiil wimis ll, TIiiu'k nol iilwityw  possible wllli oilier 'liemlny syslems beeniiw out?  lliermosini must sniisfy lhe ilemmuls of nil jooni.v  Willi eleelrle luiiiiinu you u��n Inlve rooin-by-room  lenipermme eoiurol - h ilienuosiut In 'every room,  Simply dial tlie comfort'selling necclpd to suit encli  room's activity.  More liying fipncc,- More comfort, Makes ji'lot ol  sense, i|oesn'�� il? You'll fjijil liml llio post Of Jiemjim  e|e,elriea||yia sensible loo, .,'".,.  (live iin a call. Oujr Cusloiner Advisory Service will  be happy io ilisousfl your new liom? plnns, Quiillfletl  personnel will ��eeoipmei|i| eqiilpniiplU sizes, amount  of insulation ieipmed, apd glye yon a wrillej) csiK  mate of annual olocirJoliy costs for lieaiinK.  (T,i()Xm.! *^dv'W ^Vicojs fm - uvitllable nt  all U.C, Hydro olfieea,.  aCrHYPRO:;4f"  nM and i-LfscTHic mm-*  , P0WrRTR0Wn..VI��|*AT0RS  Gr.NI:RATOHS . D.O0K SANOFI"*}   ���'Ti:ooRFPGrRf:��^KM'ai:Cii<ir "  IIAMMD- |>mi.l.*i'. PAIN1" il'MAYtHS  pmVIMI' QlJH ��� SPKAY-TPX machiNr  JACK!" . wrcippo SAWS ������ CI IAIN SAWli  PLUMBING AW6FRS  ���    "  Hi5 MAWOTIirR TOOI$  TOR ftfNT  GARDEN HAY, B,C,  PIipup 003-250*5  ^fc*��^- J��^*WM**  j*W"Jbwiihw* "W 'mvjmivmiiftuiinjfm,  ���*      "\ * J��� r**    J       1'" J^1  mif*v0V"^*f  'BILL McPHEDRAN  PLI-CTRICAL qONTKACTOR  006-7477  Gibsons, B.C,  ���      ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  005-9970 Seeliolt, P,C,  i    i e i  1..!'"'"'.".'".","!."���''-,".""""""'.". ""'.'."���.",'.'.', '"..." J.".J",.'.,. .." "".".. ~r" ."i.   7 : . ii. j. i ;.  l.  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  nUCTRICAL CONTRACTOR  005-2062 Socholt, U.C.  0.nmm*mm0mi,m*m+m0*mu00.*  ROBIiUAiRb ELECTRIC  ELPCTWCAL CONTRACTOR        .J,. .  005-2131 Swlw^ 0rC��  *  "  ���'��� "  '"     "   '"    ' ��� |   ii      i i  [     ; j        .  *&*rr0f  " ,ll"l�� .'���   iiiuiiiihiiii��ii.iiih. ���.  R,R,,1 Modolro Park  NICK'S ELECTRIC electrical contractor  Wa^MMpftftllWlBlltlMS^^  003-2316  immwmtimmmm^'mmimmm  I  H  i  'H  Mi  95  CSS  V�� ��*  \  i  \VJ.  HW  m  0  *%  'Hf  !  h-H  . i i   , t  *  , l   H��i i.i,'..  i,   fil f.  f.V���  I     1'   ."   ,-   \**r   ��_ I   '���'<,'  m^mm^^m^l  ttitrnzmmmammmrai ronrey woods"  iind "Sianiiefds"  :-i'Mngerie^'Nylphs-  Gioves "-'Pantyhose  Jeans  STANFKU* and LADYBIRD  liicierwecir, "#Ff Shirts,  G.W.G. Jfairw md Pants,  ���* Wrangler* Pants, Jackets,,  Sweaters, Raip  Gym. Bodts, Gloves,  ^���J.��g.V��'lA��IM  SB  ygamias. ���  '  McGregors  harvey woods  socks.  SOCKS  ' SOCKS  0S6Lii.*iiSAriSu,,sm,sS*Z  sss  ..���Msssyrix^^^^^  TAPESTRY - Canvass and Wool  EMBROIDERY - STAMPED GOODS  COTTON ... BEADWORK KITS  BALL POINT COLOR IUBE1  P&BWOOL- CANADIANA  ASTRA - BABY VYELLA  INDIAN SWEATER WOOL  SECHELT,  BOX 08  ,;,"i,7fi.w-.ia'i:;i  MH00S0L  (  On I  HOUSECOATS  BLOUSES DUSTERS  PANT TOPS  ne  fpBffBMfl^  sr  LADYBIRD AND STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR AND NITEWEAR  LADYBIRD PANT SUITS, DRESSES, SWEATERS, SOCKS  AND LEOTARDS. CAPE SETS, JACKETS, WOOL HATS.  GLOVES, BABY SETS, BLANKETS, SHEETS, DIAPERS,  <    ������' ; OUT SETS.  ^j^gg^^^^^^^gg2^^S^qgSS**SS9S^RS***t^*ff*^*$8SS^VS  ^5S|S23SSES22^SS!I3  SEES**"  mwwiiwi'LiiSBZ  sssL  ' ' , 7 ' ' a .     , ,     ,    ' *      '. I-'!1        ../  Wahasso and texinadeSheets and Pillow Slips  PLAIN AND FLOWERED  TOWELS, TABLECLOTHS,  BLANKETS, PILLOWSr QUILT BATTS; BEDSPREADS.  S3  ����52  ��i  (Large Stock)  SALE STARTS NOVEMBER 2nd  f .,,:Jr^  fa$el��a: ^itqppe  PraptioJoTMh. C. Cruc//  IAD/CSV /MEN'S, CHILDREN'S WEAR - DRV GOODS AND SHOES  Plain and Printed  COTTON, WOOL,  ,. 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(*'  \  I     *\'  * hf  1  .(  rf    '*��� *-**      ��**.     i*n  IV^,    *'  "a'"   i  pQ'.yA.  fr   ���*       ****  V*.  . /i--�� 1.  ,*: m .7i.- f ���   A. . -  *    0-*L. ^       '  sy>\     ��� r ~*^   -.  .**'tS ,     *   1    .  WEP. 27 n THUR. 28 ~ FRI,. 29 ��� SAT- IQ  Section 3  Wednesday, October 27, 1971  ��� v<*7  ���*."��{'^; ' r '*" '  k **t~>gw��Wt    *    %rtli  Novelties  NovelUeb and soft toys weie featuied  in abundance at Pender Harbour  Hospital Aiuiliaiy bazaar and carnival held labt Satuiday evening Displaying some oi the attiactive handi-  cialts aie liom lett, Mrs Maiy Alex-  andei, Mis Doieen Webb and Mjs.  Mai joiy Rankin The community hall  was a busy place all evening with  games tor the childien and bingo  foi the adults, plenty of home baking  and preseives The event is designed  entuely lo piovide added comfoits  foi   patients at St   Maiy's Hospital.  HMD Hli  liUIMUTT   Bio-.    Floui    Cmeungb   Ltd,  pioiieer'.ViftCQUver   carpet   firm,   has  serVed tlie lower mainland for sixty-five  years.  TJie "firm's  policy   is  to  offer  its  ����ccunHiJated      knowledge .  in', guidance     f 't"feV| f��  through tlie bewildering cpnfusion of  choices in carpeting available today, and  to use its own fully trained service department lo make installations unsurpassed -anywhere.  Faithful  adherence to  this  policy results  in   tlie slogan  "Every  job a  per  *ri���l-���Lj. ife��� ���*w?t),,^'s-c\ .. j.*.-A fc  -*   "    ^, "    <i*   ���?��� ' *\ ��� ' 5/7:1   L  }")Af -*' %-"m.  "***,.  I'St-  ,    ,lS*    ���, '*     *  Pages 1-6  A--  \  \  0  il f  l'        ^  *  v  **^  Generql - Eyctfipgs 8:00 p.itt.  LOVERS and  I J  ���I  ,J  -���*  v.  ���*���**  o-*  pprsens lifidpf |��^  No Adrrjiffapce tp  perso"ns upder J 8.  Eyenings 8:00 p.m.  .  NOVEMBER 3-4-5  'WATCH FO|l ANNQUNCEMENT1  WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE  "PETER RAPPIJ ANP .Tim TALfS OF  pEATR|X fOTTER"~    '  AVil| be qt this Theatre  Starting November 6-:^for 5 DAYS  TWILIGHT  Gibsons  AM  886-2827  Pumpkin Guessers  With Halloween around tlie corner  and fall bazaars in abundance, pumpkins are a great demand, WL38$&~  so much as this one whosg weight  is being guessed by Henry Siindquisi;  andt. Billy Peters at the Pender Harbour Hospifai-Auxiliary Gai^iva!?  Gibsons Lo?C Group pirxnar  special J^dl/pwe^ everti  LO-C Group of Gibsons United Church  lias something special planned . to  celebrate Halloween. On Friday October  29th in the United Church Hajl at 7:30  p.m. Jhere will be a Ghostly Gatliering,  costume, is preferred but .not necessary..  There will be a weiner and bean dinner,  games antf'T"sing-song all fpr $1.75 for  the family or 75c for singles." Proceeds  will go towards tjie young people's work  111 the community. -     7  m %Ut$UMI0 ^M^lIWytSfl^iymjOffll  CLEABIANCi-SAg.1 ends ��^ober 30fh  rei-BMVEGWOOT SAti W ML SYOCK  20% off Mrif wm -'������-  FISHING TACKLE -'RODS - REELS - LURES - NETS ETC  SKI EQUIPMENT T BOQTS - GLOVES r POLES ANP SKITS'     "-  'GAMPI'NG GEAR - HUNTJNG KNIVES  -.H0CKE^^UH��S-*,SHIN^ PUCKS  SOCCER SHOES - SNOWSHOES - RUNNING SHOES and  ..     --ROXLER "SKATES'       - -'���  "* ""   MUSCLE BUILDING EQUIPMENT -"BOXING-GLOVES  ELECTRfCAirAPPLIANCES - CLOCKS - RADIOS  MOPS and DISHES  GARDEN SUPPIESS - TQOLS;^ HANDLES^-^SAWS & AXES  LUNCH KITS - TOYS - CHAIN SAWS dnd CHAIN  WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY TO  PyRCHASE CHRISTMAS  GIFTS  AT LOW PRICES  ��� }.-���  ' "���" .   Surprise ������        .    ���      . ���  * ���. ~~  manVt'adTHpferences^an^reS Pender Hart)pur     fish for Pender HarbOUr,  caught by ���   Amor.de Cosmos was both:Premier of  eonstitute a very high proportion of all;i WJE-W"T^ujcilmry  President    Mrs:    little Lome Campbell at the carnival ^nUs]1 Columbia and a member of the  T~~-" Qooldmp, but it is an unusual   held on Saturday. ,-!-,' Canadian fiouse   Pf Commons;in!'1B73  .:.. "������ ... -7���r���r 7,'.-. ,.':--I-:y..::i..' . ;....:���;...   .,.'..:    :r -���.   ��� "**..  ....�� when dual representation wafe endecl,-  business done  Ed and Charlie Burritt, carrying on  llieir father's work, liaye t)ie pjea^ure  of deling wiMl second and gfin^e ihi^  generation c^istoniers, Ed * 'Su^il^- *fpky:'  years with t|ie��fji'm, hasniade his lipme-  at Gower Point I'or seventeen ye^rs, and  lias been able lo offisr personal service  Ho hundreds of Sunshine Coast residents.  This tiervjce is available to anyone by  calling BBfl-2453.- P.S. Watch for carpet  tips���to follow. (Ad\H.)  ''i.-.yiyy''  campaign  ��'������.-�� .���.���  - .', ^.irlr.-.. ���*r.��C,  to community  KITCHEN CABINETS  Mfo. by ^iioiion  Prolesslonqlly InslollecJ  Free Estfrnptes  ARBORITE OR FORMICA  COUNTER TOPS  ,   f     NliW ��� KITCHENS OR 0I.D      ,  BATHROOM VANITY  CABINETS  any size  (Sani|)|a)'42" wllh arhoriio lop  SHOWER DOORS  y  ' "   Tomporod'dlqM inslalleil  ^Prica now only $75,00  '" ARBORITE AROUND YOUR  .  BATHTUB  5' l,|0l, $90  All Work Guororilcod  0111-003-2406        '  ,   Bpx 71,Modolrq pork, B,C,  ItOYALt Canadian  Legions are  Conimu- lunce   c h a r ge ,s   and "transportation   lo  \,7hUy i.^i-Vice Clubs���Branch   140 ,and Shaughnessy Hospital I'or veterans requir-  M��.Indies Auxihajg"_awL proud  of  their ing those services or'lor  pension inter'  aintrilHjlion to Uie Sunshine Coast Com- views.   They   huve   been" able   to   assist  mupHy.   , ' widows of veterans and.families ai'Nicled  GIBSONS - 886-9600  rmrtiMiitiiiiiiiiitimuit^  AHHIliii|��y-iiHU  tho KiTjipori 'of tho cum-   ��� iivoa,"��i"id"Io HwM'Thiwu wh.T'aru sfiu"  '^Mhhy! In iho j'oppy CamjiaiKii, 'rhefio    |�� nm: mldni. .  tnnM������"fli'|ii. iik��(| oxcliiHivoJy I'm- vutonins  mid  Iheir dopunduiHs. '   ,  1n   ,, Dl    ,     ,               .,      ,           , ��� Whllu   Pi-cmilar   of   HrlllHlj   Coluinhln,  ID   luKl, yoMi's  ciimpnigh,   llm   public ,Anwr dii Cmnwu Hiuppod ||.u J.ionicniuii-  ^Lmu} "TT.T -,m���1Y���,!��� lhi�� H��n��'- Oovoyhoi' fron, i.tlondl,^ n��Hitin��H ,��f Ihg  'wily, Ml'uiiul) NO wuh iihla In puy MmlHir IVnvlnolfil-CHhlnot,'  CJVOUR FAVORITE FOODS  ���.y...Jm<^m..mpm.%t*..m.,  i( STAMDQWG RIB. ROASTS  I " I   L    .'",���'��� I ��� .  :. 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Insfallod Price Includes;  Corpct - Underpad ���* Lafaor and Poor TrlfPf  OZITE"- '���" ������""���":" :  BiidooFdi^fcioor  .5QMARB...WP  ,**/,  GtgAi-PI'ASTiC  El'  WITH CLEATS.  27" Wldo . Ridinina Foot  OZITE  RUURER BACKED  12 It, Wldo. 7  SQ. YP,  1 ������^:.',._  ���lyiATS  BOMNP EPGES  EACH  Floor Coamings Ltd*  1650 Snn��ihino Caimt Hiphvyny  m Wynnnort Rood, Glhson��  PHONE 686-7112  I.  wttMmfttmtmiiittrMMitwwitm^  ' *,  ���1 'i,  1*0 J. I  ���ir*  1 ."-  ���*  *.  �� v  ���'  1  1 *  1  1  I ��l!  1  * J   *    0     V   *���   t-    *  r mifw%?j*7A*sr'  A^r^Uf^rS^.  uf   1     I  I   '  ,     *  **J.  !,%&&,  -tjfifr^i^Jk,  *-.��.*��  ' *   -fl* Sechelf  Liberal MLA tells audiance  I come not to bury Bennett  LIBERAL MLA, Allan 'Williams, speaking to a Seciielt p\iblic meeting last-  Wednesday mglit said that he ''had not  come to bury Bennett, nor 1o praise him,  hut neither would he spend_the evening  criticizing without offering alternative  suggestions* either".  Tlie member from West Vancoiiver-  Hawe Sound said that it was "to6 easy to  crticize and that people are fedxup.with  ��� politicians criticizing tlie government  without offering anything positive in its  place".  . "No man could 0have been Premier  for twenty years .without contributing  something in a very major way," he said,  "and my criticisms are not with his ac-  'complishments, but with his failures of  accomplishment to satisfy the ngeds of  people."  "He did get great. things done in the  fifties,"'said.    Mr.   Williams,   "but   the,  ~ movement has stopped. Things" aren't happening   any   more   and   the   people   are  looking for   them  ,to  happen.  More and more the Premier is having  to rely on tlie big issue, whether it  be  a  bigger dam, a taller skyscarper, or a  bigger ferry. They're all attention grab--  bars., The-noii7attention   grabbing issues  are not so- important to this government.  Your highway proposal here, for example,  is  an  attention  grabber.   If you  listen   to   the  promises   that   have   been  made on  it,  it  would have been  pavfed  many times' over by now, but it hasn't.  I understand that now, however it finally  will be built, and when it is it will be  has time to review these things, because  they only sit for eleven weeks a year  ' and the rest of the time the province is  governed by Order-in-Council or rule by  cabinet This procedure is very dangerous,  as we have all noted these past few  months, because there is no opportunity  for, opposition"m'enibers or even members  of the government party, to question the  cabinet decisions. If a question arises as  to an improper use. of public money or  because of failure to act" in certain areas,  there is no recourse at all except through  tlie press, and we know the effect of  that on,the ears qf the.Premier.  The Liberals " again for years have  suggested that the length of the legislative session in Victoria should be extended.  " Take the massive government advertising .program on jobsvfor- the unemployed.   I'm   not   going   ty , criticize- the  government fi>r coming along .with their  job opportunity program. Something had  to be done, and I applaud them for making; J>pme effort, but each year the Liberals' have urged the government to get  cracking and put some muscle into the  Department of Industrial Development,  Trade and Commerce. That department  should be making headway in the economic soft .spots of the province, but  they're not.  They should be coming into  the  Seciielt   Peninsula  and   in  discussion   with'  local residents determining the best type  of development  for  this  area  and   then  getting on with the. job. And development   t, lt aa i(, W1U oe     Scmiig un wun me. job. And development  the" highway' itself that the  government     doesn't necessarily mean heavy industrial  will  be concerned with.  The expropria-     either.   Liberal   priorities   for   this   pro  tion problems that-Iqcgl citizens will facft*, vmee,. next  to  health and  education  because of.it, will .get*-no sympathy from     "������uia *hn  this ..government; I know, that only  loo  well  from  the. experiences, of  my  constituents with the Upper Leveja Highway.  Bureaucracy has a heavy hand when  it  comes  to expropriation.   You  can  be  sure that once the" highway department  has decided what land  tliey wjuit they  will offer a price to the landowner. There  will b'e no argument and no appeal, because it's a people problem  This is junt one example of "people  legislation" that is long,overdue. H'u no  wonder, though, Ihnt^the legislature never  ff0m��0000tm��mlu*immm0i*.0��0i..*.m. .������'��� *      ������ ""**  "iniiu I,,, iiriniL.L"  EXPERT   ���  W11 WHIM  ** 'MM  ���y/fepaitfug  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  A SPECIALTY  WITH US  WELCH'S Chocolates  FINE  SWISS  WATCHES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Socholt, B.C. 885-2421  ^0nmnru0*m0mdimmmmi**MMnntmwmmmtwmm*lmnm.  ... ..��� .. um., cuui'iinun include the,environment, So in regard to  development, it should be carriecj out  with the. environment in mind. Maybe  recreational development for Sechelt has  much greater potential for this area anyway than any heavy industrial development, light manufacturing, or resource  extraction could ever hope for. The possibilities are many, but some carefuj  study should be given ,tho matter before  plunging ahead and Victoria is dragging  its feet*- ,  , Opportunities-must'be'provided so Ilia)  young people can go to work in tlieir own  communities where they wore horn and  raised, liiglit now there isn't ituic|i for  I hem, so thoy are iVirced to migrate lo  lhe big city, where Ihey often run Inlo  iindeslmihle Influences that they would  poHhibly avoid in thji smaller environ-  men),  However before they refich Ihe employment age they must bo educated and  here again *we have a "people problem"  of purl km lur concern lo Ihe .Sechell resident n.nd again it Ih being poorly bundled  by Victoria nnd Ihis government,  This iweii becnumi.ut Un Hl/.��vdlHl(ui<'n  to' ficliool, unci Hpurco population I him liinh  ciihIh lo overcome and 'wllliou! Ihe |u>:  Iiiiho have difficulty In doing mo nnd dr  ii result iilandiirdH full,  AiiiiIii, for Home ycurn now, llm Liberal I'nrly in Hi'IUnIi (.Yiliiirililii linve ruig-  genlcd Unit UiIh burden be Inlten off  the homeowner hitnpleioly und lhe re-  upoitHibillly for education be Iniiifil'erreil  entirely lo, the pro'vihrlnl ���'overnnionl.  J I'm where It beloriKii,  The evil Ihul. Modal C! rod 11 Iiiih done  to' lord I government W|J1 lini'iir .on long  ���tit lev Hiey're gone, 'Meiili'leti Uie burden of  ( t       ,     ,r ..  Hum?, ui-MiueM me minion of  IGS-YOU!-Fine-SelectioinisM-of���  Finished & Unfinished  Provincial Furnifure  M��*-LjI       I ' " I ' a a  *      *   ,r*U*.  *!���   II       J   *    aa'a^'V \t.t***,***4*n*.m*.lL,l  U\> if0.fr a'tTi  Hirl'A a  m I,-, ft 'it1  Ij.' 0,���i.  I i iffi*4!r  )ftt��00',"*j!yr�� ,m  ��l?T *J*i*, l' "T  .art*"  'lit   '' I  wM" Tfi"  "JA"' ���;���  .yj\*  SEE    OUR WIDE RANGE OF  KK    STYLES AND PRICES  {  ��  Warm-Up  It must havo been the tempting smell  of hot ilogs being cooked by tlie  teachers of Elphinstone on Sechelt's  Wind swept walerfront that spurred  Alfie .Jeffries to arrive First in the  walk from Elphinstone to Sechelt on  Sunday. The time was roughly 2l\  hours. Pace-setter was Troop Scout-  er Maxwell Hammersmyth who  made the distance (14 miles) in under two hours jogging-   the school costs, there is the heavy financial burden of welfare costs and r\��w ���**  some areas the cost of an in^ffec*tual  fourth level of government.' AU, these  costs have meant that local governments  have been forced to cut back in road,  sewer and otlier services whicli they are  also expected lo provide,  On the .regional districts, I only, say  that tlie concept lias been handled pootiy  from the beginning. It never was ex-  ���plainecl properly tyul as ,a result people,  u'ith just cause^Jose- patience with that  which they do not understand and sometimes the people involved directly in the  regional   district  don't  even   understand.  I notice that Madeira Park" "residents  are about to have their chance to enter  battle with the Health Minister,.Mr. Loffmark. All I can say is 'lot's of luck'. They  face the same situation here as the Clearwater residents faced. Distance from the  nearest -hospital is tbe factor and in  Clearwater those people were over 60  miles from the nearest hospital in Kamloops,  - Here again people will be faced with  ^ decision whh a government minister  and because the legislature isn't in session, no opposition member that would  be willing to go to bat on their behalf  would have any recourse. The only other  hope, whicli should be tlie first consideration, is that the local government member would do battle with her senior cul->  league and presumably that would havo ���  already'been attempted at this stage anyhow. ��� ���   ���  Finally on the pipeline decision in  award a contract lo Mala.spina gas.lo pre-,  vide natural gas lo Powell River ami  Vancouver Island, I have Ihis comment  T am happy thai someone in 'tlu-i  government had the foresighUto provide  this ever inereasiiiK source of energy in  Powell River, and the * Sunshine ���Coa-.i,  but IransmisNlon of electrical energy in  this province has for' some years .been  11*1 the hands'of the B.C, Hydro. My  ^linking is Ihul ts,,iw is Just, another form  . of energy and Ihul, B.C. Hydro should he  responsible for Ilu; IruiiflmiH.sion of ii,  e.speeial.|y  If lliey can do I j'-I'or hull' lhe  I'm nlwayn ,'iiispidoiiH when u coiitnici  doe.Hii'l go In the lowest bidder uiul sini'e  in 11 vi�� ruse il lins gone to lhe. Iilnhe-i  , bidder and Ihnl Hie difference Jielweeu  the lowest and llie'hlg|'ieat..'|��..*|ifi() milium,  I nm eyon  more HUHpieldiui,  I'l,(J, Hydro hIhiuIiI be respniiMlble Inr  Uie lruii,'iuil,H,'iion "of Uuil /juh, ll will be  llie riniin eiuilomer once il reucbe.i'"i(,i,  (lestliuitlon, no'dnuhl, so why nul, .Inur.  mil'��� II, if I'HieyYe uulnu lo 'dinlrlbule il  and  line  ll   llieindelvos,      ,. -  Sunshine Coast Lions  , $2,000 for rereaiion  AT I.AHT reiiiilnr nieelln/l nf lhe Sun"  tililne. Coiinl Moiwi Club a niiijiiriiv  vole agreed, lo Ule ilnnulioii of p,,[IIHl (,  ward cofit of pn I'lUninee It iim 1 In  f'ohilll'ill'llilll' lille of, llie  . I'fiillonul eenlre  Creek.  A lime period for d|Mburnoiuenl nf lhn  , money wu/i *ie| and |H froni November \-,\  Hl'll lo Miiri'li ;Um,I 1117a. Club members  iiImo cnmnillled llieniMelvivi In pi'ovtdlii/t .  milium) labor towi'inl (be projed || and  when   rei|iilred,  l.loiui liimiilior Krle Heiuieh, ii|ri(ie||i||r<  .-mini of iliflieernnilon"tToii'ire> OfiriVini11��>|7  ��� moved Hie Itfimliitlon, Me pulnlM oui Uiul'  Die Ivliiim, huve for pusl yeiirii mii|*}mh Ii<<I  reereulluii uud wllhuill iiucli iiupporl Irom  III" I.loim mid other Kiniipfi uiul Indlvi  cUiiiIh, (he project wnlild nol linve rc/idi  the   preneiH   nlnlo   ()|   nilviineemenl,  In  lie  "I. Hie   proponed   ic,  ''fimplojj     ul    Itiilici'b,  Ihm I  ,*mmmmm**m��*0m*0u-i0*wmv*ui**imm0**,**r*'0*.***>'r*0*r*n0l       fl  Displayed for your  choice1  ���A-  Armstrong Carpels  (bile Carpels  "A- Adhesive Tfles  A COMPLETE FLOOR COVERING CENTRE  -Highway 101, Mnclolrn Pnrk  ��� 8D3-2613'"  &m/iiiiimraiiuiiinjuuiniiriiiHiinmmiiiiiirauimriiiimiiiiiiiiiimimiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiirainiriirii��uuiiiiii  a, ,  !#'' ' "' ' .  Socholt ic0lon Branch 140  ********* t-J LJ V��  Mglon Hall, Socholt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 "*>,m.  JACKPOT $125  ��� ~- ��TO~GO~-  W POOR PRIZE  Page 872 The Peninsula Tlmea  Wednesday, October 27," 1971  �����"t  '!"���������  Around Gibsons  ���by Marlon. Charman  vni^NDS honored "Pop" Crpuse with a  ��� surprise party on the occasion of' his  00th hirihcUiy. pctobdr JVith, at Little Hit  Ranch. Ho received gifts and niany good  wishes from those attendin*" who were:  Mr. and Mrs, Jo We.sl, Mi\ and Mrs, Dav:p  Tat trie,- Mr, and Mrs, floh "Nimwo, TSflr.  and Mrs, l-on Clarice, Mr. and Mrs, Kcl  Meldrimi, Mr. and Mrs. JSd Messner ntul  Te'd, Mr, and Mrs, Stan Wiseman and  BaMe Crouse, A pleaaaht social, evening was enjoyed and refreshments served.  CHIU8TONING ^  At.St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church  ��� Rev, D, "Brown officiated at the christening of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Nimmo  who received the-, names* Trevor-Ian. fiod  parents are Brian and Pam Swanson, and  John Speck of Kamloops. Among. those  attending the service were the great  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. (X Swanson  and Mrs. Reynolds, and uncle and aunt '  Mr. and Mrs. p. Reynolds of Vancouver.  Following the ceremony a buffet'luncheon  was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Jon Nimmo. ���  HERE AND  THERE  Ken and Marie Swallow have returned after a full and happy 2 week vacation in Hawaii; They travelled by plane.  There was much to do and many interest- .  ing places to see on trips ,aronnd the Island. The weather Was beautiful and they  enjoyed swimming every ^ay^-pa perfect  holiday. . .    ��� ���  Mrs. Ron SWabey, former Henry Road  resident was back here for her first  visit after moving to the Penticton area  -4 Vis years ago. She was guest at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland, Monday Id Thursday last week. Mrs. Swabey  was entertained by several friends during her brief stay.  Mr. Edmund Gill attended the Western Canadian Regional Council No. 1,  1WA 34th Annual Convention held at  Hotel Geoi^ia Oct. 18-22. He was joined  hy his wife Mrs. Mary Gill, to attend the  banquet  and  dance  at  the  Commodore.  Blake C, Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Port Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886.2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30.p.m.  Saturday 9:30 am. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMeNT  ��w��wwwinwwwww��ww��w��^^  cfggiier  Podiafnsf^Foof. Specialist  , i[ - .      >{     *  } ->i  Ji  WILL BE IN DR, WEBB'S OFFICE IN SECHELT  OPPOSITE ST, MARY'S HOSPITAL ON  *  ��� ���  Moiidayf November 1st;  FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE DR. WEBB'S OFFICE 886 7005  m**mm0mimnim��0*00i0*m0m0m��nMnmmm0u0i00mnmmumimfuW00um0*00  * ,   *    : ' '''     i - '���    ���  All "The tuvPfilnt" product are quality guaranteed,  and carry the; seal of^iftllty.approval. ''The Luv  Paint" is a llrst-qntjllty national professional,  decorator brand of JMJrJt, Yoii Wjeuld expect to pay a  premium prlea for tfils. Q*it**jtandlng quality, but'  becausa wa made It Just for you, tha homelover,  you'll find It attractively priced. Buy "Luv" now by  the quart, by the gallon. Paint on tha beauty of  "Luv."  Buy It at  THASL B'AY HARDWARE ITD.':  Sechelt Phonea85-9828  If you'ro-looking peyohd today,  plan ahoacl with Canada Savings  Bonds. They're the go-nhond way  to pqvo foit the future - without  worry,  Easy loPuy: You *cl6]l"pay"ll)iom"  throo dlfforont ways; for cash  where y6u work, bank or Invent;,  on Instalments through tho  Payroll Sayings Plan where you  work; or on Instalments through  t|]b Monthly Savings Plan whero  you bank or Invest.  Slmplo to Caoh; Canada Savings  Bonds are cold, hard cash -  Instantly, fh��y ��np bo rodoomod  any tlmo, at Iholr full face value  plus oarnod Interest.  Good tp Keep; Canada Savings  Bonds nro safe, Thoy'ro backed  by all tho rosourcosof  Canada rind thoy pay  good Interest-yoar nftor yoar.  New Canada Savings Bondsylold  an nvornge of 7,10% n year when  held tomsturlty, They're ayallablo  In amounts.froifi $60 up to a limit-  * of $60,000,  Ench $100 Bond begins with  $6.71*. Interest for the first year,  pays $6,76 Interest for the second  year, pays $7,60 Interest for each  of the next five years, nnd then  pnys $7.76 Interest for each of  the last two yoars, . . ��� ..  On top of this yoM can darn  Interest on your, Injorost and  make enohr$100,00p.grow to  $107.00 In Just 9 yoans.  Canada Savlnga Bonds aro good  today, better tomorrow. They're  Canada's moot popular porsonnl  sfftvQif Investment, Look ahead!  \DT//0'Qo Afafldl 0uy Onnnda  Savings Bonds.  ���f��  ;OFwgf:annuai;in^^  **t./,*\0f+. *l  0*. t*     -��0i*\    ���*���   *m *f\  ��jl -  **    I ���  1 ���  1  1  ��**i   * -rm,***^ ir*******  0      t      ���      W      �� �� 0     tf  \ J>  **.*,   *r.��  '*0*r*r.r*tMhr^0,Mtt^lillKwt^^ ->WM  ?W"f  1  Catholic Women!s League  holds Tea arid Bake Sale  c CATROUC Women's League, HoJy Family- Parish, held a successsful Tea and  Bnko  Sale  last  Saturday,  October  23rd '  ".. with Mrs,\F. Bonin, President, currying  put  open ing ceremony and  introduction  "of Father Lohnor to tin? guents.  , Winter' of llio i'irsl draw prize, tho  hand crocluHed hod-spread, was Mrs. W.  Jloefalcuirr-SDcond prize, Viet oi' Corning  Ware, want to, Mrs. Helen lirieksnn, ipitl  third, a I'lvrin'tuias Cake, lo Mis*. Knlh  Harri.s. .....���" v ���  Door   prize   wniners   were; ��� Mrs".   U,  Lizee, Cathleen Hall and Jill Brooks.  Grades 6 & 7 students  enter field of soccer  GRADES fi and 7 .students were* well  'represented at the meeiing held last-  Thursday, in the CJfhsons Athletic Association Hall, and chaired hy Mrs. Joyce  Suveges.  The majority of. girls decided ' thev  woi'ild like to start off with soccer. Mrs  Clayle lVde.aull and Mi'*-. Maureen Sleep  voluntceivd to couch one team and Miss  Linda Szabo volunteered' t'o coach another  . team,  ��� When the had weather, chases them  '��� indoors, they would like to try a game  of "line Sue", a comhiiiatiou of /Hockey  and Soccer. This.game was introduced in  Gihsons Elementary School by Mr. Rem-  pel, the PIC. teacher wlio offered lo teach  tlie fundamentals of the game to coaches  ���    and girls.  Girls   volleyball   will  start ' early   November,   coached   by   Mrs.   Sue   Whiting  and Mrs.  Mary  Sharp.  ���'���fMrs...Gloria Fyles has offered to teach  . badminton after the  new roof  has  been  installed   on   Hopkins  Hall.  Mr. and Mrs. Kgan will assist in the  .spring, implementing a grass hockey  clinic, through their affiliation with the  B.C. Grass Hockey Assn. When the girls  are prol'ieieifl. in this game, tliere will  be .competition willi Vancouver private  schools. . s  The 197li Olympic Games wi<ll lie held  in Montreal, Canada and Gibsons AthU-tie  Assn. stales "Come on girls,' show what  you can do".  Officers installed . . .  .~.~~.r0 **.**..*     ,���   ..I -..I   .,���,���.������",...,.��� . .. ��� ���������������    ������ f'   -   . .  Branch 80 Senior Citizens  inaugural meet at Pender  PBNBEH Harhour Senior Citizens Branch  80 became active on Monday August  18t'h**"WUh'fi��e installation of in-term officers- at the inaugural nieeting held in  Madeira'Park Legion  Hall.  Prudent of Sechelt Branch. 69, Mrs.  Madge'Hansen conducted the installation  and;in her address she- paid tribute 'to.  the 'late'Mrs. Olive McGregor," senior  oitifcens! .counsellor i'or the. area whose  wish was tp see a branch .formed at Petv-  deV HaTbo\i��'." Mrs. Hansen* said that she  WOlnl.d dedicate hey services ip ��� ipenwry  of MK**,.' MoQvegCiv. . "���      ���     "'.  IlVt'dpjTi officers .installed are; President Mi's.. Eveiyn Olson; first -vice-president  Mr. John Donnelly? second vice-presid,ent  Mrs. Gladys Brown; secretary' Mrs. "Eun-  ise Porteous; treasurer Mrs, Lena Pound  and publicity  Mrs. Hazel  Deitz.  Standing committees:   finance,  Mr. J.  For hospital help . . .  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary  seeks willing volunteers  Donnelly;  entertainment,  IVta-  M.   Rankin;   membership,  Mrs.  J., D o n n e 1 J��y;-  refreshments, Ma's. G. Brown-.      ���-.__,  Tlie latest branch of Senior Citizens  As&ociatipn's' gpl ofl* tp a fine start wjtlv  28"*m'eni!)ejfs! Meetings will be held eygt-y*.  third -Mbpday at 7:30 p.ni. in Madeira  Park Legion Hal J, the neSt mefeting. t^ate  is Nweraher 15th. .Membership is just ope  doljai!. *'.'���'���.       ��� -, ���'"���''���  .Tliere...aire.-.8,300 members in British;  Colurrvhia Senior Citizens' AssoeiqUons  which. pi;ese.nVs a very strong voice when  it is ' necessary, to draw a^teptiqn : to.  situations' vvhtfch adversely affect'senior  citisens in tjie province. Lodal M'LA and  Minisfer without. .Portfolio Mrs. -Ifeabel  Dawson works very closely with" such  organizations and helped establish the  Senior Qitizens Counsellors who are  located throughout the province and are  .members of senior citizen organizations.  Tlie'Pender Harbour Branch is look-,  ing for membership and invites people  to come along to th'e meetings and bring  ideas and suggestions.  In-Terrn Officers  I'ciuler IlarJjQt'ai"!Se n i o r Citizens  liiandr 8ft js, the, newest brajnCh of  Iluf SeniorCitizens' Assaciaiypn.whjCh  "has' a membership; of 8,500 in British  cnliiinbia.- Iit-term\ officers', installed  lasl week, from left: Mrs. Hazel  Deitz, publicityl. Mtk, Eiinise Porte-  (iu.V-secret;ary; iitataUing .-officer  Mrs. Madge Hansen*, Pregiflent' of  Branch 69; Mrs. Evelyir^rsoh, President; Mrs. John Donnelly 1st vjce-  1'iesiflent; Mrs. Gladys Brown, 2nd  .vice president. .   -     J  for Quick  Results  Usp  Times  AdBriefs  Branch $8 Q&PO pldw:  annual Christmas party  REGULAR meeting ot Branch 'id* OAPQ,  was held Monday, Qot, 18 at the Health  Centrfe, Qibsons, with lyTr^^Elizabeth Hal-  slead, acting president.  After the singing" of "O Canada" wilh  Mrs. Doris Driimwontt at llie piano, Mrs.  llalstead welcomed jyUss. Jpek, a new  m'emher and IVHss Carter, a visitor. Several meiphers V'O i]J'atho"me and in the.  Jiospilal, ai\<J best wishes go to ajl for  a speedy * rpenvery,  The Christmas' dinner will he held  Wednesday,,December If*, in the evening,  at lhe Legion Hull, Gibsons. Reserve your  tickets early with the, secretary. Suggestions for the "entertainment after the  dinner is requested.  It is expected that it \vill be Thursday  afternoons for lhe carpet howling���'to be  "held in llie United Chujch Hall, Gibsons.  The start of the recreational program  and hours will bp announced later, as the  equipment has been delayed in 1he East.  Watch for .1 in the Date Pad "***  Remember Tuesday adernoons from  1 to 4 pm in the Fellowship Room at0Gib-  spns United Church for a friendly afternoon with companionship, to do or learn  a new hobby, to help with lied Cross  sewing, of jiist relax and chat over a  cup pf tea. All age groups are most welcome.   . "    '    ..,���../.  Letters of thanks will he sent to Mrs.  Freda Kei-bis and Mrs.. Bernice Chamber-  lin for flowers from the garden and sold  in the Super'Valu store in aid, of tl\e  old age pensioners' housing, and to the  United Chureh for providing room for  the carpet howling, and Gibsons Athletic  Assn. for tlie equipment-  A good attendance -is requested- for  the November regular meeting for the  electipn of officers; The monthly raffle  was won by JVlrs. Hilcla Lee.  The  meetings  in November" will  be,  social Monday Nov- first, and the regular -  Monday,. Nov. 15* both at 2 pm  at the  Health   Centre,, Gibsons,  The Peninsula Times       -   Page 0*1  Wednesday, October 27, 1971     ,  fflnfliMKWJflm  For famous  !  !  SEE  !  290 W. 3rd, Ave.,  Vancouver 10, B.C.  874-5919  f0*00***00.*M0*MC000000-0M0000-*M**0M0f000*J00H  TOTEM CLUE  FEIBDAYS, 8:00 p.in<  INDIAN HAik  Jcickpof $300  $7S^ TO ao  is DOOH PRIZE i*     i  *m**********00*0*r*********************M*A  Minute Message  HALFMOON Bay Axiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital met at the home ul Mrs. Eva  Lyons for its regular October meeting.  Mrs. Queenie Burrows, President, opened  the meeting and welcomed two new mi/m-  bers, Mrs. Sue Browning and Mrs. Kay  ��� Belanger.  Volunteer chairman,' Mrs. Frances  Cook, reported on tlie meetings of volunteers. '-Halfmoon Bay Aijxiliai^'; ||t,.res-  ponsihle fur volunteer work in "tlie lios-  jiital on Thursdays an('l I hough some offers (>f help have been received, more are  needed. Anyone interested can .obtain in-  toivn^W  A GOOD  SELECTION  OF THE  LATEST  GUNS  �� \  AMMUNITION. SCOPES  BINOCULARS AND ALL  HUNTING EQUIPMENT  NYGREN. SALES  (1971) Ltd.  on Gibsons Wharf  Phono   886-9303   -  Gihsons,   B,C.  forrnation. from Mrs. Cook at 8B5-9402 or ,  any member of the Auxiliary.  Mr. Keith Comyn and Mr. Fritz  Leitchte'of the Welcome Beach"Community Association have offered to show films  op alternate weeks to patients in the Extended Care Unit. If anybody has any  other Suggestions for helping and entertaining tlie patients, please get jn1 touch  with' Mrs, CJpok whotwill be*;'pleasetl"W,  pass them on to tlie Voilunteer'" Director  of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliaries. "���  The Margwerito Meiise Memorial Fund'  has boon used to purchase an oil painting  of a local coast scene, the work of a for-'  mor   local   art isl,  Jim   Meec'iam,   It   has  been presented lo the hospital to lie hung  in the Extended Care Lounge:  Toys and knitted garments are-always  needed in* the Ifospital gift shop, If. any  ladies ��� would he willing to knit for this  project,  wool will he supplied.  Tickets are now available from any  member of lhe Auxiliary for tho Christmas I'llH'ln, Prizes, all of which linve "hnen  (lonalcii, are nn iileclric hair dryer, a travel iilnrni clock and t\ cup and smiror.  The ���'winning, llcluils. will he drawn ' al  Iho Auxiliary's lasl meeting of llm year  which win tak" Hi" form of a smorgasbord wi|)|>or on NiH'i'iirhiT -II Hi'llin 'ironu>'N  of Mrs, i'lvit Lyons,  Menilio'i'H \vIhIi In express I heir fliHiiks  lo all  who  have  donated  goods  fn  the  Thrift Bhop, Thu Hiicciisii of the shop do--  ' perifls nn (kinrttIoiim," niy koep lln'in I'oiiiiiig,  They may help savn n llin,      , '  -by Pastor Gerry foster  Pentecostal   Tabernacle,   Gibsons...,  AFTER considering God's love and man"s  sinful condition, today we will look at  God's, provision for man's spiritual need.  It can be given in a few words: Jesus  Christ is God's'only provision for-man's  sin. Through Him you eanjurow and experience God's love and plan for your  ilife.  '.  r Thjgviijsjhe-exclusive claim of Christianity, ���''"There is sajyation . in no one  else, for there is no other name under  heaven given among men by which we  must he saved." Acts (4:12). Only the  name of Jesus Christ, "You shall call I lis  name Jesus for'He shall save His people  from thoir sin." (Matthew 1:21). Some  religions claim il is thoir message thai  saves, Olivers maintain that it is then  method which has (lie power lo save,  hul Ctirlhtianity says it is a person���  ..Whs 'Christ���who saves. In ono shnil  sentence Jesiis refers lo Himself as God's  only provision when He says, "I am llie  way, lhe lri|lh, anfl.lhe.ilife; no one comes  lo the Put hen, hut through Me."  (John 14 ;ii)  Anolliiir iihporlanl point, ahoul God's  provision Is Dial He rose hodlly Irom lhe  (load, '"Christ rlied for niir sins ... lie  was hiirlofj,, ,,. He was raised on the ihlid  day ' aeetii'dlng |o tho HnrlpiuroH , ���, Ilu,  appeared In Cephas, then In Iho .twelve  Al'lor thnl llo appeared lo more than  five hundred/'' (I Corinthians ipi'Ml). Wo  , iioi'vo n Jiving (Saviour-!.- - -���.  Gibsons United Church  schedules Thrift Sale  i * ���.���(���  IT will Im lhn "early hli'ds" who will yoirh,  llui'hiii'HJilijH al (JlhHons llniliiil Churcli  Thrll'l Hiiin, Mflmiliiliiil ttw I'Vlilliy, Nnvom-  hnr Lfllli Ironi III a,m, unl II 11 rMO imii hi  llm lliilieil Church Hull,  cioihliiu iiom'H* ,wlll innliHlo huhinn,  c'lllldrmi, Ineus nml iuIiiIIm, Thorn will ho  ,n' Wliile I'llcpliHii! lahln of kltchenwiiro,  Itiilck-kiiai'lm, wall diiconiijoiiH mul chlnii.  A Mid 'Hiihln w|H pruvo liilel'OHll/ig nnd  .Ihurn avIjI ,lni hiiokn, plnni luhle, IwiIm,  Mciirviui, (iiii'Miih, llnmi Indie uin.  For I'lii'lliur l,iifiii'mniloii cull Dorothy  ' HYmn-r nt IWAm'l,  ^SRJsass^kv-  ��:���:���/%���:���:  *����&:B  vim.  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M  i*--^V-*-V^ ���+�����*��� -fr ���** J'f,11 'V^ v*^ vf"v ���% -\ w >������ vv -v H,V V * vis -�� vv  I ' .'*"���*, 1  '1  *  Page B*4   ,       The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 27, 1971'  Pender Hi-Utes  ���by Cindy Harris  VOL LI" YB AKli  QN SATURDAY October 16, five v.ojley-  beill teams traveled from Brooks to  ,JMtS.S., arriving around 9;30 p,m. Games  went-on aU day, starting at*-9;45 a.m., and  continuing until 3:30 p.m, To start off  the morning junior hoys played, Pendei'  ��� winning two of three games, 15-2, 5-15,  15-12.  After this game was" Madeira Parle  Elementary, girls vs Brooks Elementary  girls, Madeira losing both games, 2-15,  4-15.  Better  luck  next  time  girls.  Next   game   was   junior   girls,   with  Pender   winning   all   three ��� games,- 15-8,*  1*^2, J5^8; , ->      .  ������* ���  .  After an hour   break" for ��� hincji,  tjie  senior girls played, Pender 'winning: all  Vhreejiames, 15-8, 15-2, 157*1,  '     Inast to  play   were  tire  senior-��<boys, .  with Pender winning 2 of three games,  14-16, 15-8, 15*2,  A return match is hoped to be played  at Brooks,- on Saturday October 30,  Thursday   October   gl   was   the.iirst,  basketball game of tlie season with our  senior boys leading the Old Timers with  a score^of 34^-22, A gqod first for our new  .electric.', scpre  hoard, :,....,    .      ,     ,���-.������  The badminton club is working hard,  hoping to have a tournament against  Brooks In early November.  Timely thought for the week,  Planning for the futuie  Really pays,  That's where���'we--.spend  ���    The rest of our days.  Juvenile Soccer  week-end results  BRIGHT colors of soccer strips blossomed  ���  on playing fields in Pender Hartfoifr,  Sechelt and Gibsons on Sunday when'the  new season got underway. Games to foi-.  low next Sunday, October 31 are as follows: ���  - ��� Div.  7.  Teemen  v  Pender  Hotspurs;  Hackett   Park     at   12   noon.   Ken   Mac  ;,  Bombers   v  Douglas  Flyers,   Gibsons   at  ;'- 1 ]?m. Warriors V-Nomads, Hackett Park )  at  1   p.m. .       *       ������  * Div. 5 "and- 6. 'Caledonians v Co-op  Cougars, Gibsons at 2 p.m. Roberts Creek  v Roughrid^rs, Roberts Creek at 2 p.m.  Ken's Vikings v Braves, GiJjsons at 2 p.m.  Div. 4. Totems v Rqalcogor Riders,  Hackett Park at 2 p.m. Super Valu v  Timbermen,  Gibsons at 2  p.m.  ".   SUNDAY'S GAME RESULTS^���-r-7 ' .  Div. 7. Teemen 2-Ken Mac 0;":P.H.  Hotspurs 0 - WiSrlors 12" Nomads 0 -  Chessmen 6.  Div. 5 and 6. Co-op Cougars 4 -   Roberts Creek 1; Roughriders ���3 - Vikings 3;~~  Braves  3 - Caledonians  0.  Div. 4, Roalcogor Riders - 0 - Timber-  men 6; Totems 0 '���* Super Valii 1.  Minor Leagues   Pintos  2 - Colts  0.  7  '���fy  *%.  ���A  *V  /'  /"���  r"  ������*���**.  v.  **^ *,  A  *v  **&:$?}  I,  Brief acknowledged .  Grade 12 business*  * w *t "*" '  receive reply fromJ  '**���.  ������2**. ZJ-  "*      i'     -   /  . ���;.'- /  * i *  \s  A  .V-N  r  /  /  *.l  J  /  �����   /  -a:  '^  J  i.  \\  BRIEF presented at a recent "public "meeting in Gibsons, lo the Hon. Dan Campbell, Minister of- Municipal Affairs, and  Hon. Isabel Dawson, Minister without,  portfolio, by Elphinstone1!** grade A*, buei-  nops class has received acknowledgement  fiom Mrs, Dawson. The brief wa**, published in the Times some weeks ago,  In a letter addressed to Mr. BUI Skellett  of,Gihsons who presented the hrieli Wpo-  Isabel Pawsonwiles;  "Thank yoii for your letter of October  hi, 1971, contents of which 1 have Itqte'd,  I liave already contacted Mr,'AWous,-  liuner^J manager of B.C. FeVr-ies, reg^rdr  mg food on the I^angdaie Horspslroe-Say  mn. He lias informed, me he is'haying  this   investigated.  I'have also previously discussed the  mad around Howe Sound by way of  Squamish with the Premier, and the  Miragter of  Highways, and I  expect -to  have more such ���meetings and demissions on the same ih'eet. I believe this  road will be a rean'.-. one of-these days.,  However l'*ani able to gkve. pb oomjlut-  meh't on this, but assure you I intend to  pursue1 the matter illI the days ahead.  In some ways I agree with you on the  weeltend visitors, but you, must recognize  that these people have bought property  in the area and have built cottages. I am  sure you v?ould not want to restrict the  ���movement of people. Also, some of these"  people upon retire����inl have taken up  residence in our area.  I am all in favor of the proposed Recreation Centre,, and for this reason havo.  ���given attention to acquiring of the necessary  crown  lands���which, incidentally,  liave   been  granted.  The  complex   itself  " is up to the local residents, as it is in  any  area.  I do,appreciate your presentation of  the brief and the copy I l'fiCBivett^   ::V  '.**���  August wedding  Pender Harbour graduate  makes home iiTNovft Ucotia  PENDER Harbour  graduate Terry  Cameron l\as travelled right across Canada  to make-ft^g^hoine, **t Bridgewalef, Nov'a"  Scotia   with   her   husband, _Mi\   Garnet  Lee Feener. '       ' ���?"  The  young  couple   .were   married .on  August 28th in the Holv Trinity Anglican  Church  where  Rev.  Harris  officiated  at  the double rfhg ceremony.  '....... .The  bride is the.: <second  daughter pf  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Cameron of  Madeira Park, B.C. and the groom is the  only son. of ,Mr. and Mrs. Otto. Lee Feener  of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.  Given in marriage by her great uncle,  iVl^Frank Freeman, the bride Was very  loveJy in her .wedding gown of floor  length white, cation embossed with-daisies,, sleeveless with ruffles around the  hem and scooped' neckline. The bodice*  featured blue- velvet ribbon which hung  to the floor and matching ribbon graced  the white floppy hat. The bride carried a  trudeau bouquet of roses, mums, daisies  and gladiolus.  Attending ihe buide. was Miss Margaret  Soden.pf Montreal, P.Q.\  Sechelt Bowling Jjpnes  ���-by ive, Moscrip  iyCH scorer of the past weeks  howling  at "the   Seciielt   Lanes   was . .Frank  Novens  with a  nice 700" for  tho' Sechelt  Commercials.  "Other scores include; Buckskin LeagTieT  , Doreen Joe 283, June August 283.  Tuesday   Ladies;    ;Nora   Leitner   251  2.52,  >ifcmii����^^  *  SAVE $ $ $  Limited number 4 foot  Fluorescent Light  fixtures  Now Cost���$48  NOW,  Each  Gulf Building Supplies  Phono 885-2203 Socholt  (051), Norma ���Ratfymski *l*H...TJ  Ladies Wednesday: Hazel Sky lie  2114(711)'. -      - - v \  "���JFuniotfs; Terry Rcldway 297, Mike English  103,  Craig  Rodway 348,  Gary  Benner 151, Barb Jackson (213),  ,   Seniors; Andy Henderson ((137),  Paty  Wing, (505), Darcy .Stephanson (55-1).  Mixed  10 Pins; Gordy McCourt CIB5),  Allan     Ellingsen   (300),   Dianne   Young  <ano)...   , , ,,.,  Tuesday . Ladies: Norma lladymski  (2(1(1), Ev, Chappcll (lllfl)   null and "Chain: Dany Holland (1107),  Rose KobhiiiH ((101), Anne Kelly (072),  Junior;  Cra|g  Rodway  ((121),,, Bnrhara  Jackson (22(1),.Jim Srnllh 171,'Mlli'o Ung-'  llsh 40ft.  ���' Senior; Kenny Ciisey (5211), Dnrcy  SlopheiiHon (-11)3), Andy lloiidoriinn (5311),  l-iitty Wing ('III,')),  , Mixed. '"10 J'inii! Polio J'iihIhoii <.**71 >,.  Scoll ' HondorMoii (3011), Jioloii, Sinclair  (3011), Diana Yoiing (27(1),  Secholl Commor'ciiilii: Mnnl'ord Cook  275, Pearl MiicKitn/.lo (l|23), Virginia lloy-  noldii 207, I'Viuik Noyonii (700).  M A Cr Jdinn Simpson (077), Tmry  I'hilllph (ii:M), Komi HohhliiN (000), Margo  Humm (050),,  Best man was Mr. Michael;-Perry  of Bridgewater, Nqva Scotia and Mr.  James- Porter was usher.  Recep'tion followed in the Royal Canadian   Legion   Hall, . BridgfeWater,   Nova.  Scotia, where the. Rev. Sheppard proposed   the .toast   to  the   bride.   ���  The bridal table was centred with the  wedding   cake,    decorated    with y#]low  roses around the base and flanked by, pil-_  jar candles. Large brandy-sniffers were  used to hold the floral arrangements  which .graced the tables. Miss Nancy  Feener, cousin of the groom served '���the  Jiead table,       " ���     -'  Mrs.   Cameron,  mother of the  bride -���  chose  to.    wear, a blue sleeveless  fortrel  dress and  coat  ensemble  with  beige accessories, and corsage of "white mums and  pink rosebuds.  Mrs. Feener, mother of the groom  choose a sleeveless blue dress with navy  accessories and. corsage of white mums  and ,yellbw ro^efetds.    ������>  The young couple spenf-thJa��^ho*iey-  mooh travelling to' the Western Shore  and the Annapolis Vail ley of Nova Scotia.  For travelling the bride wore a red and  white pant suit with beige accessories  and corsages of red roses and white  daisies. Mr. and Mrs, Feener now live a(  Trailer City, R.R. No. 5 Bridgewater,  ��� Nova Scotia. .A  Out of * town guests included "Tvli-.v  Hohort Cameron, Madeira Park-; Mi.vi  JVlargaret Soden, Montreal; MvJ.and Mr.-,  Alex McNeil, Halifax; Mi��3 Linda Dingle  and-Mr. Wendal MacDonaf'l ^f Halifax.  ���UniJe^Church Hall  for Carpel Bowling *:  ��� CARPET Bowling equipment has now ai-  i      rived   at- Iho  Gibsons   United   Cliruvli  Hall   and   howling   goln   underway   lln>  Thunsday from M"p,m. The progi'iuiimc  Is being cn-Hponiiorod hy tlm Gibsons Alh  ' hill'i! 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Citizens bus trip
feted setback on return
Olive Clear. Refresh?
Good Cheer
II takes moro than'nil icy wind" anil
(lamp ground -l« keep Kiplii'nstone's
ehetirlemlens off the rugby side-lines
when the Cougars are playing, with
their bright yellow pom-poms and
lively routine, Janice Mullen,'Lita
Allnutt, Wendy Allnult, Joan Blom-
gren, Kathy Currie aiid Susan Jorgensen cheered players and spectators
during last Thursday's exciting
rugby game
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Travelling Aroix
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-by Mary TinMev
with
SUNSHINE
m^-   ,      COAST RCMP	
^^^9 Highway Patrol
(QUESTIONS  pertaining  to  traffic  laws
and driving methods may  he submitted .U» Csl. lion Mangan, c/o The I^enin-
'su'la   Times,   Box'310    Sechelt,   B.C.)   or
phone  H8f--22fifi'.
Q; A Vancouver lawyer was, successful in heating a charge of an unlawful
left turn because he had not signed his
driver's licence. The city prosecutor's
office decided not to proceed with ''driving without u v(aJid driver's licence". The
traffic-, officer testified that the lawyer,
II. A. D. Oliver, produced an unsigned
driver's licence and said thai under B.C.
law an unsigned driver's license was not a
valid licence. Olivef argued that only
licenced drivers carf{f>e charged under the
Motor Vehicle Act and the case was dismissed. The foregoing lo-gether with the
dismissal of charges againsl the JtCMP
officer in Honey seem In indicate tlie
following: (I) If you do not sign your
driver's- licence it is not valid, -l'i) If you
do nol have a valid licence you cannol
he charged wilh a driving offence, (3)
If you do ,'noi sign Ihen you can only
pay the maximum, $25 fiiie for nol signing
,awl therefore cannol he charged wilh
any oilier offence. Right' or wrong?V?
A, Nol  having all llie .dolniln, I  can
Juki ctrinniriiii-on the delailsoil hand, Of
roiir.se lhn iutcrprelnlinii of un accused
|ioi'uon'.N defence nuiy vnyy from Judge lo
judge uiul this, is one such inleiproiiiiiun,
J would Imagine l|iiil Mr Oliver produced
nil uimigiied licence which in,-in lacl an
invalid licence, When un 'Invalid drlvor'H ;
licence 'is produced llie point synieni
(loiiu nol apply fur lhe offence ul' an illegal lull lurn. Ilalher lhe' line nynlcin
with a , traffic licluil' being issued, Hml
ii valid  IK'   licence been  produced  (I.e.-
(illfi   llllll    Will-   Higili'dl   file   office!    would
Ihhik)  le .TVll   (Traffic Violiillon •■Hopui'l)
which would re,nil nol in n line imuiji-
pnlnl**. li  would appear Ihul  lhe officiir
imiiiorl   a   IrnlTIc   yioliil'liiii   repoi'l   (TVH)
10 Oliver idler.Oliver hail produced the
iiUHliOied and, llierelore, Invalid licence.
Afler Um Crown hud ,1'iiiinliuti pi'minniing
lln 'hiiho It would Imi,' ii '«iiii|iln muller
for an accused in Ihis Insliuice > lii pnlnl
old Hml u Inil'l'lc Ili'Kel (flnei liinlenil ol •
ii TVH Ipolnla) nliuiilil huvo been limned
The Judge would lli»'u illMnirs' (he cum!
lis llie ol'l'lenr luul proceeded 'wllli lhe
charge Intpiupiirly, The |iocunuil could nol
be liled again by lhn proper iiiellnul iim
he  cuijiinl   be   Irlod   twice   Inr   Uie  mono
: offence, I.e. .i|oulile Jeopardy, To unswer
your Mpitcllle ijiiimllnnirllicii; di Hnud llio
IVoiiI of your iliiver'i, Heonee whern II
Milieu ■■ "Tlur I'lornoii whiuiii iiniini and
idgniiliil'e , , ," The licence In Invalid when
nut (il/tneil  CM If you dn Unl linvn a valid
.- * I j' i v«M''n — Hf «f nr-ff,* -1 f *. " Mn^l^nr'rl p "yOU"" f'O ("I
he charged wilb driving wlllimil u valid
ill'lvoi'-N licence iim well iim wry nlll'tr vlol-
. Hlloii Much iim lllegul jell lum, bul l|ial
vlnliilluii um wall iim aii,V iillier oiii'M would
be i|i'ii|i wllli by a lial'lle llckoi wlilcli
.wuiild inmill hi a line uiul mil polnlri,
I ll I T||i! niiiKlinillii Hue under lhe uel In
•f» f > * M) uud  /or  three'inoiilliii In  Jail, and
11 ir judge .wli<li*\*i{ In InipoMc lhn maximum
'linii for nul iiignii'iH yuiir drlver'/i licence,
Uiul In wlial, lie wnuld liil|»0!i«i, Hin'ii a
iinillnili'i* In highly imlll'iily, Al'lor having
charged llin offender I'm' having un lip
vnllil liiiiHlniiedJ'drlvei''n licence, lhe vlul-
aiui' I'uiild alim bo iilinrged wild any iill*o|*
olTeiice but itlieli ehiirgn would linvn lo
he hy way uf a Irnlflc lld'oi aiul II' II
were by 'i'VM llm |/i'uceeil|ng woulil Im
nilllllleil,   Am   I'ur, an   Ibo   llaiiny   JICMI'
-tit'ntw'int'tmr'oriioci; I (iimini'iaJi'fin/ialfy
luinlllur wllli llio imillor and oitiummi*
mmit iioJiujlMT lb'>n by i-ayim' l! woulil
appear llie 'Vowii fnllcil lo prnva Ihal ll"
wan llie holder of a v<||h| U.O, (IiIvui'h
licence iil'ler |iiivbi|( proceeded by *wny_nh
In Ui'M  lhe IIiiiIhoii'ii May Company
I'llfwetl.ln Ilu HOcninlclaHH (,'lcrM, ,lanmn
'DminUoi on a "fiiiiinMnn yiomu omiii,"
He Im rafnrieil lo Imlay mi llm ful|iei  of
I llll lull CnliiipblH.    ,
QUEST of Canon and Mrs. Alan Greene
since September 'III has been Mrs-
Greene's sister, Miss PaiiJfne Andrews
from Devon, England.-A&^Hva ioyr days
at I^edropffs, the Greenes left, with hor
for a holiday on Vancouver -fsiland and a
series of visits wjth old friends., They enjoyed perfect weather throughout, tlie trip;
Spending a night in Pender. Harbour,
Ihey visited John Emily who is doing
well after a stay in St. Mary's J-Jospilal.
In Powell Uiver, Ihey were, lhe guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack -Staniforth at, rtl$ir
beautiful home .standing in eight' acres
of garden, orchard and paddock.'' Miss
Andrews was amazed wlien she ■ yf^s
shewn j-Hi-yeai -old photographs of vil'gio
forest which Mr. SlonifortIV cleared by
hand before- creating liis fine home aji.fi-
garden. ~" *•""
Crossing on the ferry lo Comox, they
drove to, Parksidlle to visit Cecil Pitz-
gerald, an old lime worker for the Columbia Coast Mission and then visited
the Hev Barries Jenks and his family in
their pleasant home in Nanaimo. The
Jenks sent good wishes lo all their old
friends on the Sunshine Coast. The .following two nights were spent at Conaire,
the new' lodge on Yellow Point where
they were able to basis in hot sunshine
around the swimming pool. While,the two
sisters explored the lovely country around
Cowichan Bay where Ihe maples were .a
wonderful sight-in their, gold and russet
splendour, Cam-n Greene visited his son
Alan  in his ne<v  home between  Duncan
".K,
I
i
ar**d Maple Boy. Soclceye were runnirjfr"
up tlie Cowicha*n River, leaping in hundreds in the pool beyond "'the, bridge and
the CpWicJian Indians were spearing them
from the bridges in accordance with their
ancient  rights. ^ ' ;
Three nights were spent in Viptoria
vjsi'ving old friends. MM Margaret Duff
who yas to have been Miss, Andrew**'-
hostess, was ill in St. Joseph's Hospital
with -pleurisy hut was as clieerful as evpr.
.They crossed, tu Vanconvpr where CahOn
Greene offipialed at the iparriage t>n Oct-
obpi Id of -PfiJe Cameron, daughter-qf*
Mr. a-iid Mrs. Robert S. Cameron of Prrin-
cis Peninsula and Martin Lowe,'son of
Mr. and Mrs Ed Lowe of Madeira Park.
The wedding look place al All Saints
Church,   South   Burnaby. ;.and.yyosj,frtl-,
Tlowed: by   a   liig   reception   pinner   ahd
dance at the Gay Paree.
The next day, the Greenes saw Miss
Andrews off on the CPR headed for.
Montreal from where she would fly back
lo England- After a visit with Canan
Greene's daughter, Miss Marjorie Greene
at. her new aparlmenl in Kerrisdale, they,
returned to a warm comfortable home,
thanks to Mrs. Lily Dunlop who .had
stayed there during their absence:
An engineer named Waller Moberley
folituved an eagle bi_J.8fi5 and found a
iong-soughl pass for ' a railway route
through the Gold Range, which he named
gle Pass.
'llERpAV, Oct. 10th, a bu.s load or Sen-
ior Cifizens t^ok off from Sechelt on
i Mystery Trip. Al Langdale, there was
■i long delay as the water was too rough
i'l (lie ferry to hyue tallowing a very
lornvy  night, ."     *   '■ '■'".
Ilowoyer. since-ifie wind \Vas dropping
;hhI lhe rain slopping,".lliey wore in*high
spirits; wlier|—Mi*: "Dave Hayward, the
leader; told them they'were bpunc| for
Peinborton, yt\\h a hot meal waiting for
ihorn* aMhe. Pemberion Hotel.
Tlie  trip  was  very .scenic, .with  tho
trees jn their fall colors, and e'yon a rahi-
'0\v io add furl her color. Everyone was
happy.
When they reached Horseshoe Bay pn
their way home, they decided to go" to
a restaurant while wailing for Ihe,..flex!,.
ferry. On alighting from the bus,- Mrs."
■ilian Swanson, of Gibsons, was .knocked
over by a gi;eat. Dane dog. A doctor was
culled who ordered an ambulance to take
her In Lionss Gate Hospital, On examina-
iion. il-was discovereiLAb&Uher hip bone
wii-s broken. Immediaje treatment, was
ijivun and she is reported to be- resting
i|iiile eornl'orlably.       ■ .
The accident left everyone in a state
of gloom, after such a happy day. Mrs
Suauson's slay in the hospital will be
IcugMly- and \ye wish her a safe recovery
On Thursday, Oct. 21, tho regulai
monthly meeiing of the Senior Citizens
A.ssiiciu-tion Branch 69 took place -with
nil members present. Branch membership
liii.s   how   reached  the  200  mark. °
Main topic of lite meeting was the
Tea. Bake Sale and bazaar Which will
he held Saturday, Ocl. 30, from 2-4 p.m ,
in lhe Sechelt Legion Hall. All members
arc urged to have their contributions in
in the Hall by 1 p.m. that day or leave
iluii) any day.-al the Antique Shop tin ,
charge of Mr. J. Whailcs. Donations aie
ii quesled' for the lea tables, the sewing
Mali, the plant lable/tlie decoralion table
ami  the usual  white elephanl  stall.
President, Mrs. Madge*" Hansen, an-
enunced that provincial, president, Mis.
My''goerite.S)^
" e'pcif lhe tea, is seriously ill, and that
Mis Mitlelsteadt has Jundly consented
in substitute for her. The Friday'"moi-
iniig  meetings  of   the  handicrafts  group
- \vx*r been discontinued.
The Christmas dinner and party, for
members only,, to be held on. Thursday
Dee. liith at I p.m. in the Sechell Legion
Hall was also discussed. If you are planning to jdliind yon may purchase your
ticket at the next regular monthly, meeting on Thursday Nov. PJth, same' place,
Hul at 1 p,m. For tlie winter months, the
meetings will open al 1 p.m. sharp.
After the business session, a short
(irogram was held, Mrs. Eva- Hayward
and Mrs. Mary Redman played two lively
piano'   duets   followed   by   a "luimprous
iccilation  by Mrs.
meuts followed
Wmm 3rd Pafek
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.  Wednesdays at 3:30'pm. infhe United
Clun'ch Hall, '•
On October 20th, there was a, large attendance with three girls' franferring
from the 2nd Gibsons pack as tweenies,
rJ*eiTte Fie'dler, ShajinoTi'McGivern ang
Kathleen .Hume, a|sp twir-hew tweeniei
Jayo Josephson and Wendy Wallace joii^
ed  lhe pack. -
Jaccnieline Gainds Was appointed sixer
hf liie Fairies and N^di'ie Smethurst was?
appointed  seconder.
Josephine: WOgborg and ISadine SmeW
l^list were presentBil tlreir Golden Bar.
(Outboard and In-Out)
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. Cap.lajn George Vancouver was once
a midshipman on a ship commended by
Captain James Cook Both as Royal Navy
caplains e.vplorec) British Oohimbia coastal  waleis iii__the . lflih Oeiittiry."
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■ ADDITIONAL, piifprnialion and .adpiin
istralive delailij of Ihe .Fecleral.Gov-
orninonl's L'lfi million program.in respond
10 local job-creatiii({, inilialives and lo
e.xleiifl ininipower, Irniiijpg .are exiieclod
lo be released williiu "llio. niixl few days',
iicvonling to Mr. Kwop, Mnnager of llui
Cupndii   Manpower,   Cuulre     iiv  I'owoll ,
'Uiver  '  "' '	
The local •iniliiilives program,' funded
■{ll 10(1 million, will provide oppoi'liinities
for miinlcipnlitioii, I'oinniunil.v ori'iini/.a-
UniiH.anil iirlvale nroii|i,s'*l6 .Hiibmll Jio-
I'lirii January ill, IDT'J,, lubor inlnliKivi!'
l)l'oj«c|,s(,-foi' approval. An iiilrlltinnul 'Jlfi',
iiillllnii will be allotted to n significant
Oxlennioii of llie Ciuiniln Mnupower Trnlll-
iug I'rogiiiiii nud, the ei'onl(on Of oii-tho-
jnlx training oppni'tiinities,' These programs were announced ill Ottawa Oclobcir
VI
"We are nol able, lo offer any nioiui
infoi'ination lliii'n linfi already been carried by lhe news ipoflia", Mr, lilwon said,
"but lliere's every rciiKiin l,o believe Ihal
■\vo'.|| lie iihlo In pi'Dvirlo full dolail.s wilhin
lhe iionI few flays, ip llie meaniime, in-
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Call  886-9920  Roberts Creek Hall  ominatibn candidates meet  but few-supporters present  POLI'SICAL meetings are not- attracting    peatedly  pointed  out  in  the  past   that  \,  iaJ  ill  NEVEN'S'     <  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer ^for:  ZENITH   :    '���������'  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL.'- PHILIPS  .*!  .*'  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *  *  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  ^iiiifi-iHiiiiliiii  tod much "atlention onr the Sunshine  Coast at-the foment. Only twenty or so  people turned out on Saturday to listen  to MLA Alex MacDonald, Harry Olaus-  . sen, Federal  $DP  candidate  for   Coast  , Chilcotin and the' three candidates .seek-  ' jpg nomination for MacKeiizie Constituency, t  Two of the three candidates' seeking  nomination for Mackenzie are from Sechelt: Mr. Wayne Clark and Mr, John  Eederspo, Don Locksteadt of Powell  River was "just edged out by MLA Isabel  Dawson in the-last election and is seeking nomination again, NDP nomination  will take place- in December.  Mr, Olaussen is a widely travelled  man who was born and raised in Shanghai, China and is of. Norwegian-Italian  Canada must regain its economic hide-,  pendence, Probably .tne* biggest problep*^  here' in Canada today is the increasing  United States domination of the Canadian  economy/It "dominates us to the extent  that every time the United States snetesses,  the   Canadian  economy  catches   a  cold  ���and  that cold can  give us all kinds-  of aches and pain to add to our misery*-  Earlier thisl month,  the  Minister   of -  Industry, Trade and Commerce .made-a-  speech in Texas in which .he stated that?  our country offers ready access to raw'  materials and sources of energy and one'  of  the  most hospitable -climates  in  the -  world   for  foreign   investment.   Such" a  statement was made in spite of the fact  that non-residents,  mostly  U.S.,  control  most of the manufacturing and resource  gnai, omna anu *, *���""-W"��iK    industries and in spite of the fact that  parentage. He was educated at the U^Wd s    n p  .^y^M'i^^^^W E?JT    a stage where there is a.financial M  1-  LEGAL FRONT-  ROBERTS  CREEK  M6��EMBER2  1 - 3 p.nri.  Tea and Coffee Served  For Pick-up, phone  886-7553 or 886-7147  tf,r.^.^-.;-,Si��oiwdferf*l*^.--.-----^  TIMBER TRAIL  RIDING CLUB  a multilingual background* in English,  French, Norwegian, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese. A stationary engineer  at Powell River, Mr. Olaussen is a member of Local "^,-IBPS and P.M.W.  DOMINATION    .  Seeking support for the New Democrats   in  the  next  Federal, election  Mr.  ' OIaus>sgn *siJW:  If we faij in our attempt to form a  government then let us see to it that  "we form a strong and effective opposition that will speak for^, the average  Canadian, the underprivileged and the  handicapped.  We have- witnessed through tlie years  the result of Liberal-Conservative policies  that have left us with unresolved problems with regard to social -and"economic  justice in our society, The status, jif our.  Native Indians, tlie status of our old-age  -pensioners, the status of women and the  status of the poor in this country leaves  much to be desired.  The tragic^-eensequences ��� of -unemployment in terms of human suffering and  ji'egredation are affecting the lives of  hundreds of thousands of people in this  country. This is the result of government  policies that -have brought about this  situation. We must remember that we-  are all in the same boat here in Canada.  Any large-scale uheiripldymeni that affects the economy in one sector pf the  country will affect the economy in all  other sectors of the country.  The  N^wTQemocratic  Party   has  re  st stage  onJJie. Canadian economy. Almost $2  billion a year leave this country in the  form of dividends and other cash assets  from profits of U.S. controlled companies  in Canada. .   ���  Nqw   the   clincher   is   the   fact   that  much of the'financing of these companies  to   expand   in   Canada   is ��� being   done"  through Canadian  banks  and  with Canadian money.  According to the latest available, figures only 6% of all new investments in  Canada originate outside the country,  .Therefore, tliere is no reason to doubt  that Canada is capable of undertaking  the financing of its' own expansion. IJow-  eveF, many of our business and industry  leaders continue to react unfavorably  against any suggestion of Canadian economic independence. Their motive is strictly profit while the common man and'the  democratic "rights of the majority suffer  from the shattering impact of money and  power on government policies. '..  I   have   always   been   under   the   impression that Canada is one of the leading industrial-nations of the world,  If this is so, then why are we in such  a hurry to get rid 'of our natural resources?  Our uncontrolled giveaway of raw materials and .energy .hasr-earned us ^ the  "reputation of having the highest living  standard of ajl the underdeveloped nations.  Such is the state of our economy today.  My concern Js tliat economic domination  t ^.^.L^r^r*!*****..!!*^****.**.*,. *,i*r*f**f* v'v'V *t- �� ^ ^1 ^7^*y~^" f*v V v*/v> I t,  ,, V^  ^  Page 8-6        \ the Peninsula Tlmea  Wednesjdqy, October 27, 1971  leads to political domination and ultimate absorption of. Canada into the poU"  tical and-economici fold of t|ie United  States,   i, ��  Will this result in our being ..relegated!  to the -role of supplying the Upited Statey '  with its" raw materials and water require- *  mentis to the social,- economic and en->  vironmental detriment of" this coyntryV  Perhaps time will tell���but time-is running short and there is much to he done  to correct oi��r past mistakes,  Governments,  in my opinion,  reflect  the mood of >the people. Are you ready,  to *accept an NDP government that wiU  provide a * strong and viable alternative'  to that of the Establishment parties? Are--  , you ready to\ resist the further Ameri- ���  ' canization of Canada po that this country  may take its place as a free and, independent nation-among the leading nation?*  of "the world*"  Ave you determined to give your '  children and children's children a chance  to become proud of being free and independent Cahaftians? It is up to you to  decide the future of the country and the  challenge fh'a^ goes with it,  Western Art Circle _  aids Orphan's Fund  THE WESTERN Art Circle is sponsoring  an exhibition of paintings in aid of  the CKNW Orphan's Fund. All J3.C. ar-  ��� lists   are  eligible  to   enter.   This   is   an  excellent place to buy an original paint- "  ing.  If you  are  an  artist. it  offers   the -  best opportunity you'll ever have to sell  t your-paintings and to reach 'a-very large  segment^of  the  public.  The  advertising  -given to"the CKNW Orphans' Fund is far  greater than any ordinary art sliow could  possibly afford. This is why it is such  a tre'mendous chance .for artists of ��nC7  A professional jury will judge and choose  the paintings to be shown.  The show will be at the Pacific Chrysler Building at Burracd and Smythe  Street (only a few blocks from Georgia  and Granville) and the dates are from .  November 15th to* 28th inclusive. Entry  fee for 3 pictures is $1. For entry forms  .and complete information write to Western Art Circle, 1221 East 55th Avenue,  Vancouver 15, fB.C Entry forms must  be in not later than Monday, November ���  ,attv 1.9.71.- ���,..,,^r-....,���: .,_,..,.,.-..���:..:,., ,-,-.- ,--  Plan   trip   to   Vancouver   to   take   in   ���  the   show.   You���won't   be   disappointed.  Admission, tickets, available at the door,,-  aie 50  cents eacli, can  be used  several  tunes and may win you a door prize,  af*V .* -v y lr-rr v *, vv^.arv^-^yv^Yyvyvf?VVyv,tW1a^7 .  *, *r **r-f'*�� *  ���    Oi. A  ,;  ���"' il��'-  'Vi-        >,,*,  ,'   i       ���   ', !  5. 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