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Almond,  it appealed, did not approve of comments  made in Cpuncil regarding tlie Regional  Board- His attack was suRpored by one of  two individuate on the Board but Director  Bill Swam, Seciielt Mayor, accused tha  p-plesters of acting "like a bu.noh ot  school kids".  At lasf meeting of the' Board, Mayor  Peterson   replied   to   Almond's   Qutburgj.  ?A  %   and frpm a prepared fepqrt stated:  J J?  f'l  In response' to the criticism by our  new Director, Mr. Almond, -pf my attitude  on the-Board, I feel that this outburst  was mostly due to his lack of - knowledge, having had such a short term in  oftice, I feel sure when he spends s little  -more Vime reading the Municipal Act he  may leavh. how functions, of the Regional  Board; aie set out and just what func7  that some members pp the Bpard saw fit  to fight our se-yer project delaying Pur  pollution control pepmjt ��� by ope year  thereby costing :us some pQQ,QOQ extra  due to rising prices.   ���  ������. .      -,   '  If Diiector Almond is, going to show  concern ,why does he not app^ly his cprir  ceiri aJid' energies to something PPR^i'U'c-  tjive, such as fincljng out hoWfPUf administrative costs per capita compare with  our neighboring districts, or: urging the  upgrading of our highways with a safety  Jane, -etc/ ' *s ".':    ���'������  ,.'i At this time I get the impression that  sqme members of bur Bpard are not q.nly  fighting the Villages but also fighting the  department of Highways and Depaitment  of Municipal Affai'iS, as well as their own  ratepayers. If this is to continue it wiU  become harder to have co-operation pr  make any progress, I do not have to agree  ^ith'��� the majority of the business being  qealt with by a minority committee, pf  Wliich we have np part, and then not be7  "tfrvifip the Sunshine Coqst, (Howqf'Sounci to Jervis Inlet), including Port Me||on, Hopkins Lqndmg) Grqntbpms Unfling, Gibsons, pobefts CjreeK,  W||son CfeeK Selmq Pork, Sechelt, .Rglfmgon Bpy^ Secret Cove, Pepc|ar Hafbour/ Mqdeifq Park, K|eipdo|et Ifvme's Lqnc|ing, Egrj Coye( Egmpnt  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.      Volume 8, ~Ho. 45-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1971  Registration *\l?- H-42  2n��t Clp��i (V\qjl  *m ���*���       0    *  ^*****. ^..��  W  -���  n*y.  Unjop   lisSfr   Label  This Issue 12 Pages ���  12fi  A^'AJJk  tions Mayor S.wajn and .rr-yself have pn;,,.ing .fully'^-epprted to the ,Bpat*d SQ. that  the Bpard as representatives of our VH  lage taxpayers-  The whole idea of the Regional Board  was  to organise  unorganized  areas  to  handle specific functions locally. The  ; municipalities aye already set up to" hah7  * die their own function's, such as water,  �� loads, stieeT lighting, garbage collection,  | planning and others. The oniy place,  s where the municipalities become invclved  " with the regional district js, where there  is a common interest, such as rural fire  �� pi otection, bulk supply of water tp an or-  *> ganized area, overall planning, fete. This  ;��� airangement should work out well and  " to the advantage of everyone. If it doesn't  then possibly, it is our own fault.  �� Some members of the Board seem to  n hold it against me that the Village did  * not turn oyer its water system to the  't Board tp help subsidise the regiona*! wat-  ^ei development in the unorganized ai-ea.  \This would have just about dpuhled the  Village rates with no guarantee of any  .improvement to our supply;* In7 fact; bur  ^puesent -supply could havfe been depleted  ���?*to, the-detriment of the Village.  \   ;Am I  to  feel  happy  about the fact  . &^ ..;:.-��.���-. .���>..- ,..;-���*.;.i" y'.V--���,:*" ..���;',;,'*.'!: ';'"  ���- 'AA*JAA>AA.:.yA< Ay A'.<':-  -*::.������ ���"��� '-f- ':    r  :* rs:*'.,.* -.ir.-1' ���     ���.:���.::    * .i-;  MEET YOUR MLA  j <Hon. Isabel Dawson announces she  *lwUl be "holding open house this week, At  J the Municipal Hall Gibsons thjs Wednesday. October 6th from p am to-12 noon.  ;r^*/In Sechelt the same day at the Court  > HprtBe-from-^a'apm tqt5 pm.  W CHAMPEK MEETS  1 *  ^      Spclielt and District Cliamher of Cpm-  ,, merca, growing with the times, has mpved  "���  to hold moie frequent meetings. In future  regular  meeting**!   will be  |ie|d  the  Jast  , Wednesday of'f'each month, apd executive  pieetings the second Wednesday of each  t -month,   Each  at   the   Peninsula  Dining  Lounge  the Board as a whole is not fully aware  of just what is going on.  I fully believe that the regional dist-r  ���rict cphcept has great possibillities, but  withouf proper direction frpm our superiors and more ce-pperatien ampng purr  selves I cannot see that the general pub^  lie has much tp gain but a larger tax pill.  None pf wiiat I have said is new VP  what I have said in the past. I knpw and  appreciate tliat there a,-e members who  work.hard for their areas and for co-opr  eratiorj on the Board. I just wish to bring  my views to the new Director who may  not be clear on these points.  Thank   you   fqr  youi'  attentien.  Maypr Peterson's c*Jirnrnents were accepted with spme silence by the Board  r  NDP Club seeks aid  on removal of wharf  CONCERN-'atthe dilapidated and fire  damaged Sechelt wharf is growing and  already the Sechelt and District Chamber  of Commerce, Sechelt Rod and Gun Club  and many individuals have expressed a  desire to* have the Structure removed  Council of Sechelt ha�� made spme pyer-  tUres te varipus governmental departments. Aid. Ben lL.ang, net satisfied with  ^results, .-has also sought action from Victoria and taken the matter up with the  Hon. Dan Campbell dui'ing his recent  vjsit to the area. ,  Tlie .MinislSJL, at a public meeting  .stated he had every intention of taking  the,matter up on liis return to Victoria.  >' Latest action taken is by the Sunshine  Coast NDP Club which has- sent a letter  to Barry Mather, MP stating:  "The Sechelt wharf pwned by Sechelt  Marina'-&-Resort Ltd. has  burned. The  whftvf hjs long heen sn eyesore and.a  dangfei'bus pltaygroynd for children- 7  "A short whjie ago a little girl fell  through the decking and drowned. Will  you please ask in the House what can  he done to remove the ruins which still  are a danger to children ,and boat traffic," Letter was signed by John Petersen  of Sechell.  Up $116 million , . .  Home construction spirals  in S.C. Regional District  CONSTRUCTION af,single family dwellings on tjie Sunslune Coast is accelerating at a 1 apid pace andjip fo Septembei-  30th of 1971 the total value of new hPtnes  and alteiations increased by more than  double, liom $1,352,050 to $2,1104,950. Ap  incieabe pt ,1>1,452,900  Some ten family iesidences were cen-  stiucled in Septembei of this year te a  total value of 51)189,000 compaied to a  totdl value tor September 1970 of $85,200.  These figures weie jevealed in tjie  repait of the Sunshine Copst Regional  District building inspectoi and were foi;  the areas of the Regional Distiict, they  wpuld not include the villages of Gibsons  and  Sechfelt - '     '    J ���  Secretary tieasuier Ch-arles Qoodipg,  ill his iepoi-1, said piejiminajy vplors lfstt.  liave been prepaied for all aieas and  closed as of Septembei 30lh He expressed  the view that the press has pioved most  co-pperative in piovidipg coveiage in  news items supporting adveit(sements liy  the'Board advising tenant and jesident  electors of the lists. Result has beien an  addition of tenant and lesident electois.  Couit of levision appointed by tlie  Boaid will sit November 1st and will  (.nnsidei additions, deletions and corrections, to the list arising following pubhea-  lum Copies of the Electoial Aiea lists  foi then area will be piesented each  dun toi, full copies posted at this offiqe-  and aiea copies posted in local post of-  ti(,e�� 01 stoies wheie it is anticipated  most people will have access to them.  RELUCTANT     ���  IDuectbi Fiank West repoited that he  liatj been asked to attend a meeting of  tne Sunshine Cpast Regional Ratepayeis  Asspciation in oidei to answer a few sup-  i.l^mentary questions to those answeted  pieviously in a wiftten submissipn. He  sqtd he had agreed to aUend a meeting  with them on November 3id. However,  he did not feel inclined to answer without pre-w'tice of what the questions  would be  Chai'mun Jim Tyner appeared ieluc-  talit to liave West appeal as a lepiesen-  talivc ol tlie Boaid He said questions  have already heen replied Uf'and, it  would seem, I lit- Association did not appeal piepau-d In behove the replies they  received. JTui'lher, he did PP1' think the  director could officially apswpi' questions  on h's (iwn for lie woujej, in effect, be  spealHng fur l|ie Hoard as a w|iole. This  would nqi be right for other iiiembers  might not be in Hgreomcli'. with answers  ���Ihsl",miglil  l'u given.    '.  ��� Muyop Swain of Sechelt agreed that  Yv*pa|' could not be uxptcted lo answer  qupslions whliout ndvunce Icnowledgu of  what they ,might ho, It was moved by  director West iluil'iho que'sjlioi'i^Jii- pro-  virttsci iii arlviiiicu','Cliairmiiii Tyiier added  ''Mr- West would be appe-irii)g n? a.pri-  vplc individual nol lis' a' ropr-i-jemativu  ' nf ���llio Hoard fur any luiswui'H Iin givus,  would buy.! In be upprovod by the Board  first.,   ���  Don't-  Forget  Mrs Mel Raines,- President of-" the  Hospital Auxiliares Co-ordinating  Council and Mrs. Robert Gill remind  everyone of the vital need to donate  life-saving blood at the Red Cross  Clinics to be held at St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt next Tuesday and at  the Health Centre in Gibsons on Friday Oct 15th Sechelt fell far short  of the required goal at the last clinic  So please check details in this issue  and then remember the time and the  place, right after Thanksgiving���give  a little drop more.  0*  New hats in ring  for Mayoral seat  "MAYOR Wally* Peterson pf Gibsons last  week announced hfslhtention *of seeding re-election at the upcoming elections  in pecember .Following up this v*>eek��  comes an announcement by Alderman  Ken Goddard that he will resign hjs seat  aftei serving one year of his two year  term in 01 der to contest the mayoral seat  Mayor Peterson has served a total of  seven yeais in Gibsons Council, four as  Aldeirpan and three as Mayor His first  year was the completion of a term when  fojmer Mayoi Fied Feeney was transferred to Prince Geoige  Alderman Goddaid has served a tptal,  of five years as Alderman and says he  agreed to stand for office of Mayor fallowing lequests by various'1 esidents.   r  In Sechelt, Aid Ben Lang has submitted his lesignaion as Alderman in order to seek election as Mayoi. He has  served one year of his present teim but  previously was elected with a laige majority foi a two year teim in 1964  Cuirent Sechelt Mayoi, Bill Swain, has  expressed doubt in the past as to whether  he would seek le-election and to pi ess  time was still indecisive  Golf & Country Club  elects officer slate  ANNUAL Geneial Meeting of the Sunshine Coast jGolf and Countiy Club  was held at the"**clubhouse on September  27th with a good turn-out of members in  attendance Officers and directors elected  are as followes-  Vice-piesident Minto Swan and trea-  suier Norman Burley for one year terms.  Duectois foi 2-year teims aie, Wolfgang  Reiche, Lyman Meadows, Jim Bishop,  Wilf Doiey, Lome Mason, Allen Boyes.  Executive lemaining in office for 1  moie yeai, piesident Joe Hoivath, secre-  taiy Audiey Jost, directois, Wilma Sim  and  Ray  Witt  Committee lepoits weie most giati-  fying and gave an optimistic outlook foi  the coming yeai  AusDicious moment  Regional Board Director  highly praises Minister  INTRODUCING \\\*\ Hpn. D��R Camphell    chance of se)lpig 4ebcntuies in the money  asi the mentor, of  pegionaV pislrjctjs," fmaikct-     *��� ,, ��� ,,   . ^ t . t    4 -1  t  ' ���""* *'  "----  **'---'--���        The  l\l.JP At  offers  prptqctipn   lo  ip-  Suns,hjne CoastfRegional Board dljectoi"  Fiank We^t was feivenf in Jus praise of  the Municipal Fpiapce Authority, at a  public meeting held last Wednesday jn  Gibsons Legion Hall    '  Mi West who is chanman of the  Regional Board Finance Committee, said  it was an auspicious moment for the  Minister of Municipal Aifaus lo be  dinoilgbt us He descul^ed thc ioinifition  of the Municipal Finance Authority yys the  biggest ��� piece pf legislation born, Referring to the sa|e on (he New York money  market of $2(| million (U.S.) B.C. Municipal Finance'Authority, efghl and three  eights per cent sinking fund debentures  t recently, Mr, West commented llial this  ' first issue offered by lhe M.F.A, was  sold at a favorable rale considering the  genera! money'market, Ho thanked the  Minister and the Finance Authority on  "behalf of nil ratepayers (or doing such  a.wonderful job, .,....,,-���   ,  MUNICIPAL FINANCJE  -Kxpluinliig 'ho function of tho Municipal Finance- Authority, Hon 'Dan Camp-  hell said that bel'oro its formation two  yciii's, ant), Kiuijtll miinicipnlitlcK  had  no  ��� t  I"  Hon, Dan Campbell .  Municipal Affairs Minister  promises action over wharf  pj|*tOMItflNCI, Jp  humodluloly   IpuU   Into   coming ������ munl��l|)nllly uiulor r'nivlnclul  ���, ' y/lmi'cmii ho dej'iiu iibout thu elureil|ei|.   juriijillcllnii, ,.    ,  V/liiirl on, Iho Hocholt wiilorfronl, MinNtor        JVlr. Ciunpholl nnl.il liml wi Hurocintnil.  pf JVIunliil|iiil AI'I'mIcu, Hon, Ihm Cuinphidl 'mnn  lieup  ronchml  hulwonii  1 ho ��� FwU-j't-l  Sldjcel nl n |)jiji||(! in<i��l|n|{;lliHt.,.W��',IVjh��L~.''��l,J. >.tV:HV|l>uj��l���Cl*iyorjHHy>l��jl^jjtj����J^JH��" l^)lll>yi.UlH'!Rt.M^nl��..nClhp.W''BSUtiIbHCIIlH^.  h�� ,'|��irm1iiall,f'7'JT-liT llinl' ||ieV7<li'uciurfi   Mii'lijii: Cuunoil which In wniiii)g fur Iho  MhhtQr SpeaN  Close to 1B0 people    allcntioti  lusl  wood's public  meeting   jn .Olbsoim  whore tho lion, Dun Giimpboll, Mini-  Hlo^ of.'MlUilolpul Affnlrs   oulllneil .  I.t'jrjioiin) Dj-iiHcl lu^islntion uijd nn-  Hwered nnnioroiis question's. Plctureej  from left: Mr, Vie Aiuiecson, poe're-  lury   of ll|e    Iteglonul   ltn,tepnyers,  Assii-i Mr. U1JI, Bryson, (.luilrmnn itt*}'  I|,'n, Iifttoj)Hyoi'&; Hon, Isabel Dawson, Hon, I)an Cnmpimi), Mr. Dick  Write^to Trudeau . ,'.  biidl cm  vestors liy poojing the ciedit of al) 28  regional districts -n B)-ilish Columbia  togcthei with their member municipalities, which icpiesents all t|ie taxable  land and impiovemcnts wrlliin the province P  The Authonty issued iVc Just paper  last week and is now a fundamental part  of the Regional Dislucl slpieluic. Do-  sciibmg (he icccpt hond,. issu,c as t|ic  best municipal piece of paper on the  North American continent, |vfr. Campholl  said the interest (-ate ,obtained was less  , thaiv tliat given HiP PrfWince pf' Q--Q)*ec,  Now Brunswick and major areas in G|i-  / tario. , ,    , , . r'i"  The JIop. Dan Campbep cqmnientcd,  "Whop this great piece e-f logislj-iieiiV wat^,  placcej in the Hpuse two ycqrs ago, the  NDl3 and the. J-.ihp-,aI pfirjy voteej agfiinsf  ���        it. '��� ' '  HIGH RATING"  Questioned, uhout iho reason for selling J|ie .issue in the United. .Slates,��� 1 Mr.  Cu.mpbeii Kuid ihn|. the issue had boon  offered mi the Canadian pumoy ' markcj  hut. Iho inlerosl rate of fl.O'i per pui}!. over  a !"0-,yi!(ir period wUk rejected as being  loo" high,  The U.S. marlaM offered ap inlerosl  rale of ujgbl, ahd three eights per cent  over a m your; period, Also thu U,fl, hopd  niting ageiiuicH huvo set m standard by  giving the Municipal Flmmco AuMmrlly  an A,A, rnllngrHio simicas JJiu qovorn-  meini pf Jhilish Columbia,. '  CpUNCIL of qilmuiiH ut il.-i rogulnr ihcclr  " '':f'nflifl'u��*'ilii.y,,.H��i|)ioinlior till ngrood lo  -iiilV)!*| n loiter of pr.oloni. rogrinllng  lognll'/.lng of mnrljiiuna lorwurdeil lo  I'l'lllio  Mlillslur Triiilcumf'by Oil-yv Cnun-  wlntor montliH,,   ,  Mayor 'Wally l-utorsnn aelvlmiel him  Ihnl thin wnn u Kllualloii lo he donll wilii  by Ihu w|nirllll||or, 1 Io iideluel tliut1 lit  WohI.vIow nil liiconilng boalH nro ellrocloil  .iAp|iiHilei ho romovod���iiorloil  t QiuiHllnnoil ii|)ii|il, lliei lilliinllon by Mi'��.  yf tyndii nf tho mooting which wn�� f*|)on-  finvoil hy llio "vVo^i ('Ihtjoim ljolghln Jluio-  pnypi'M Aiifiooliilliiii, Ihii.MlnlHlor mild Ihnl  III hh, opinion thu ninl Inr dium nut eioino  tinder tho Niivliinlloiinil  WiiKhh Ant, llo  'Will porisonnlly icnimmcnd that llm water  ��� JpflSP bei ��� lortnUlftlctl as IJier tvlHU'f Is 710  ' jongor holn/t  UHud  for iho  pur|ii��io,' Jor  ' vt/hiah Uio Ioiiho wii�� oi'lginnlly /jriuvtod,  i Ji'iiriluii' (|ui!Hll<iii<iil nbiiul who wnn rim-  )pi)fjllil<i  for' nuy   himotl  which  u>.Mt\,  ,  Mr,. Cumplmll  mild  ho  In  not  n  luwyor  tht ho would Hilnl' Ihnl who over Iml'lo  |)q Inmii )h fimpoiislbln,  tltlPIAN M.UN^aiPAtaTY  ..iCiiiiiii)��..!n.|.inii_..Mn^.ii.���..r.Miii.!ii'h_iinii��h!��j!L  |hn nu'ollitg, Hint Hoi'lioltiuiii <�� jiojmlnilem  df iipproxinintnlM IHIO pouplo, (inchcll In-  dim) M^Mi'l M'��iWi����'i'' Mr.1 CUiirt>n<*is .Jod iih-  \,tnl iiiu Hon, J)ini Cniniiholl, "Whu nil*  (hit lilKI notiiilo If) .finnluill, iih or llioiu?'-  H}�� (iirllirr^nininwi ih��f lh�� {i��ih��|t,N  hml occuplml (llio VJIIiigo far.ppniiirlw. won  ulmohl ilrownod in Iho nppliuiKii whldi  fn|Jnw��'i| hln n|e-ujy tlinnel i|iumtlnn,  JVlr, Ciii|ii|)cej,Jiin who w��i iM'i'oippni)-  |��l )>y Chluf Homy Pnnll, i|uuMi|e)ui:i|( tho  , ' Mlnlo'leW (��)i Iho prourii-m uf Ciipo MimIko  f|s|)|ng HoiiNoii lo end hoforo giilng to ro*'--  iiriiiii)um on'lji'i iniiilor In boiuboK Tho  Mllidilor hopoii liml Iho Cupo Mudgo  Hund  will nccopl i-ewpiinHlhllJl'y  of  Iholr  l|WI)  llffllll'H, ;;  1 ���������uril)-|i* (|ium||oni)(| nhniit who will  'cnlUu-l Uio Ihm.'h |i!v|(id nn iion-)i|i||iin  loKHeics, Mr, Cnnipholl huIiI Ihnl' ,honpllnl  and 'Holhiol Inxo-* wNI p(o In iho r-rovlnco  but llio (jononil mill rnio gofiH to Iho Cn|)o  Mudgi) aVIIIngo, Tho v|||ng�� cifn e.'hooiio ,  i('i Join Hi.1 rogloiml illr-irii'i or not,, ,  . JV}|", Moyel liViuiur, w|)i) Ioiihuh Ji|d|nn.  ���hti'llln III Hi'i'holl' iimIuiiI if |eifiHm.*i'N would  'hnyn ropreuioiitiitioi) nn tho liidlmt Vlllmlo  Couiii'il, JVIr, Clnrniicn Jno ruinlliiil, "Vou  will iHH'omo my wnrdl" Al'li'ivglvliiH Ihln  hiiin (hm roiiiilikrnllni), Mr, J'Yimor doiild-  ��r(|rihHt'ffiiild4)?o bnJiorilimi bolnf{4lnJ-  Iho lloglonnl Dimi'lcl, Ol'l'iirhin I'm'lhor ml-  . vi;n im iho ��ubjcti, (h�� Mlidiilor wild ,lhnl  ii). Cnjm Mtnlgo, JoHHi'OM would huvu rop-  roticnliillon on Iho Village Council, Un  furllicr I'ommoiili'd Hint IciihrtM don't own  Indian liiud unit ho hoinvi Ihoy in?v��;r do,  TOASTMASTERS  , Tonight Woihiwidiiy.Ootobor (J  all In--  Illl'UftlOel   III   flllDllllloil   of   II   'roilHllllllHtOI'H  Club mo Invllenl to uiioiiil n mooting ut  Indlnn' Vllln|(<i which In oonHldoripif |)<,it    0 |>in In Um Ccdnrii Inn, UH-minn,  ^::i,  eights linlepnyurs;  Mrs.  H. HKel  olli, HHqi'etni'y nf West (11 b a 0 ns a  lei^bts llplopnyorsj Dlroefor |("rnnk  West, mul Director Lorpe' yvolvhrlon '  of (lio���fi.e. )lo��iopp| District,  r-������ 1������-���*���-������������>..����� ���.I-- -���..,.��....��� 1���..���,-,.��� .i.. -���������-- >wi-^  One director opposes  legalized pot protest  Wl'I'H Iho oNi.'opllon of ono illrnclor, llio  PiiDnJiIni) Conn! Ho/<IuiiiiI Hourd |i|U*i*oi|  lo roahilor lln olijoiitlon -fti) 11 vniiumliliii)  which .Iiiih' roiHimmiindwd logiill/uiion of  mmljuiinii mid -j|--i|i --ori. *lrugn  l.��i)iifT I'rmn  Now Wofiimli)Hio|s f'Hy  Council ouiilhiod  itn  motion of pioioni '  whhii hiiMbfHJnfprwni'dcfl-iirJ'rliriiaMln-"  in|eir 'iVihlo/tu, 11 nmiHbt. .MIIOTI from Hm  Jlonni  Coimcir uf '<i|l)sni),s hn,--  iiticiuiy  miDI)orliM|  Hip moiini)  prnionllng 'mniij-  liiMin InKiilliciillfii),  ��� HHrnll Mayor Hill Hwnln told lhn  TIOii rit* Im" fi.\ I: h "ml," ylyi i'gn' h bun W" hVrTtripr  HIcriiI, Ilirertnr fYnjiH W��"*it Iignwd imd  udijcij lliurjii} j'ctilfi vory nlrongly Hint l��!|<:  aIi/utIon of -sui'h eliu|(�� woVilef preivo fulfil,  .. Motion U'Mi tho N��w W-*��lmhi��|��r lol-  lor lio tiupporloil wph nppi'i ved by nil hut.  Almoiiel who i*nlel ho wlnl od to I'oglntor  �� I'Piib'pry voio, I      .  I '        ."���'  - ci 1 k-r��f - now -west m 1 nst err*-****- -���*���>������-"���--,?-.�������������-:��� (0-���|pCa | }^ns�� hy'~th'o*"*"wii'rtvf f iVja��>*ir**'J���  BUSINESS SOUP  '.Jiiy.Hoo Furniture tilorp jt, qihsomj  Iiiih Imiiii mild to' Mr, .lohn Hnrvoy who'  IdiiiiH op (itfliibllnhing hln prps'cnl J'Jnwor  fihnii nud jewelry business in'the kiuiio  hiillding, J lis ���������liiwerli.bio Ji'loriKf hiisluess  Iti presently Jocutcd in ihu,eoriiildu PIum  h I o 11111- ^����~��w��w-��*.  ,AHr.^ifl��^f,^.^ll.f  Copy of tho Now Wiiiilmiiiiilor Nolha'o  of Mullein, HUbmllled lo Council eif CJIb-  inibii, ntnloil: "Thnl this' Council utrongly  rogliilor lln iiriitoiil In Prlnio Mini/dor  Tnieii;(iii /igiiiiist iho |-(,t��iii Commllloo  iiicoiiiinoniliillou. miggoHlhig tho |ognl|/n-  lliin>iif mnrljiiiinn nnd Hint wo 'urgo nil  H,0, jyiui|ii'.lna|||ii:-i to nlmi volco proloiil,  Kiirlhnr, thnl nil clllzonifjiu urged |o, do  llm f-nmo thinii, '"     .  HYPJlANTia  'icllor from roiiiluniH of 1-rnll Homl  nsluid for IiinIiiIIuiIou of I im liydmuih mid  DNpruHNod coiiciirn nt pruMont luck of hiicIi'  J'millltloH,  Aldorimm aClorry DIkod Mingoiiipd il)��  rmddontH li�� hil'orni��*d Hint wh��m, tlio  water lino wim put In, provl-diio wim mpdo  .,j;()r,..!iiipr..lntiliilliitlon iil',,thrtiu hydiiml*-.,.,  Al promml, Coiiih'II In piiicoodlni! will)  1) pi'ijgi'um of hyilrnnt liiHtnlliilion wlmro  iiiH��|cd wilhin Hie vllln/'i!, nl Hiich Hum  Print, Homl come-'! wilhin Iho v|||ugo  |)iiii|)diir|ori, Hum) Uio i)oivM.nry hyilrnntn  will -htr'a-jno'lMllfd.  ���WHAT^FAaf;  Aid, JllMin r'i'iioiii'il thnl n nunilior  of (fluImrnmn onfcrnHng larger ��� vciwiIh  hiivn complniimd ��< dlmrlflgo of wlunfngc  It hnn (icon��� Huggculod that a corlfili) iiron  ho rotnlnod for bonis over 30' In Iciigih. '  Thin,' ho idntod, would ho mnlnly fay  JI wim iigrood iho whfirflngor lio |p-  KtruclPd iici'orelingly itn'e| nuy noi:piinnry  Hln,on ho orilorcd, '  REIFW6B PJBPOSM.,  ���  1 i'rnyiniiH rinjuosl by Pimshinn Count '  nispnsnl Sorvlcuii for n1 huiilnoMH lli'oni'ti  I'd opcinlo wilhin Iho vl||ngc was rejected,  Mnyor I^Ici'moujeiNpluincd that llio np-  plfi'iillnn hml boon {innsidurod mifl un-/  iinhponi* opinion wim timt thu msisilng  sorvlco by Huh Ko||y hnn nrovud imiln  ht��|lN|'i|(!lory, FmH)orr iroinpiilsory ple^k-tip  in undue rniislditnillun und k|iouIi| It provo  foimlblo ll \t\ |)ei|(i;(| Ml', Kolly will cop-  llnue* ns I (jo official collficlnr, " . 1  At Uio DuggcHllon of Aid, Kmi Ui'd-  ilni'il, ll wnn movoil fiimrcn lio DblMiiioil In  nnlor in ilcicrmlnu cot.in und fonulbilily  oiii mwulmiy corvkjo; ' "7*"*";" '"��� *' "  KXPANSION  Mnyor Polormiii broiigbl pp ,Hii7|)ni-  |ini,i:il oxpuniion of buiinduiii'H In lu|ui  Ip llio I'nill lloud urea, lioNldenliH of Hint  urpiri'OiV'ifiilroiitly^'potifibhod C!fiiini;ir"h"7'  im uiiuMi Into-ih��?-v|l|BR�� nnd llm���*rn"*"T"  hiul bi.-Dp juhli.'d pending furljior siudy.  Mayor Pclcrfiop snld thnl Council luv'  promised to vmrlv of Uin pvnpoanl tl>j��  fall, comip��|i|iint|y h�� fob 11 ��lmi should  ho mndc nt ihis tim��. council ihcicforo  moyo'l lo piococd if jr*iMMil*l����"'  miniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiimimiiiiiM  Ad-Brlefs  point  the way  to action!  r ,  In Today's C/ass/f/ed{->  *0**<*i*!'��*0'******i*mHmf**mtuH00mi,0HMM0000ii**H00,00^  NJilW nnd imoit moleire.yclCH, SftlJ cc Homlu;'  tifiO cc Triumph; |)(| cei .Juwiii (ill cc nnd  7" ���'" lionHnn, I'ni'iH undHorvjco,  ��� *Tim����ftowlf|od!) Vpe?c|) pver '2,**()0,iwmii��  (|0,000 ��ooe|o|��), '  ��� Tjmcs ClowlfMs qo (NTO ||iq h<mm ,,  nor on towns, urceis ot \f) cMivurU.  ��� T/oma Cln&illlcdi art. low-coit, blsh-poicncii  boinn mules.  ���   f /I   �����   ���   i* a.   f  **   fi   H**.  f   **��v�� �����"���-��� *   ���    ***   *   '  , 0* A   *r  *. **  *.���**������*  :^B:'^^Mji^      1^'^v ^V^o;^ tf��&��F*r* H-.J  - tt\.*l*\   T*t^rt*v II  . * *W    ,     . d 000li  Jl   ' +<���   '*    V  **^  Phono 885-9654  �� ���Phtyrio Unci opcR Sunday; clqtslljcei  ami!ii!3i!m!i:iiijj!ii:iiim3m!;!��!;!5*n:i;j;!!!3[!'!i:!ir  '��� y    ly*  inn     11** ��   MJ^n* 0t*w^*i*.0t0'^^.^*,0fbvar0^l*00**0.^*\~f0^0*t^f*v0n0i0*i0ifm��� ,ju,M ,,0^00^ itaaUfcift* infr n����^.��^Hvi  I?..-  ,^.1*  A  *t  m  M.  ..Vi+  ' r  r *i ^  t   I   '  -J   00*    Jr. r . '.L    I.   kl, -��6u  It,   1/ f. �� -<Av  '   <t     "tf J�� �����* rt-"1  "��� Jit*.     *.'  ��^     Xj.*-  t  *-^ *���*  5��   r 1.  -.> * ��� ��Ua3">a****v'*'*a% w ^ y v a C V 'y i.. w a., y v^  ,y   r*. w\< \  I  i   i  ���i    '  V*  *    4  Hm A-3  THe Peninsula Tiff^S      Wednesday, October 6,-1971  ,4   ���    f*'**W3*f~-rt\Q<,*%tfii?i*ir.*r��**F^>  ' 1 , I'l.' * rA *"*  ]   ^''^���^WI'WPMMlll*^W<l<li"''l*''lM��iiWiW''WI'pi��i;|(W��'*����ll��U��''  "���WlimiWllWi'i  * I m��y he ivro.'iy, fir<f / *hall not be- so \vroog m to lull to wy who* I believe to be right*  ��� , < t���John ahum-***  -i r Douglas1 G, Whebibh, Editor���.     -  "V i '  t  VI    �� *  WHWIWWK  -r-sri���r��  ,.    a '���       ^.-,     ,      - fl   -  t7.' ^Wj-tfri  v^*.  I    (  7- i  77v:  Letters to the Ettihv- are lhe opinioni of reqtlQrf, o\ul tw nerf\.\fir(ly thine of T)tp Tin\e\. A  nojit-ile-pluitw may oe used jor pnhliyaiioii. hm nil otigitiiils .iiuft be signed hy the Wirier,  glial'ism more important than policy and  chP0.se cake a substitute for jobs and  housing are now reaping the whirlwind  ql Iholr idiocy. Betwoun (he fiasco of  lhe 5(1 million  dollar  OppprUmiUoa   for  I* "  W -i  THERE remains little doubt the Ame*-  . ican economy is s\iff-JTing ��s bfl��4,  it not worse, from the7pmigs of ioflfc  tion as most other western countries mid'  quite naturally stern measures will be *  necessary to remedy the sttimtion. Whether we approve of such ftQtions a*S import surcharge ��� or npt is of little cotv^  sequence us fur as that conntvy is <?(m=  oerned for with its back to ths wall >l  has every right to t'ike whatever steps  it considers appropriate. This applies to  Canada or any other troubled, country.  For that matter it would"'apply to any  individual who, when fighting for the  welfare of his family, cannot be expect-  eel to devote too much time to coring  for others' predicament to his own detriment,  What does concern us though, and  indeed should concern us all, is the fact  that while we have our own economic  problems that also require aggressive  remedy' countless millions of people  both here and iii other countries of the  world are voluntarily pouring millions  of dollars into the American economy  for virtually nothing.  Many trade unions, as an .example,  have their headquarters in the United  States to which a'percentage of dues are  destined. Reasons for this are undoubtedly multitudinous hut the fact remains  that Canadians living and earning their  living in Canada have to contribute a  portion of their hard earned pay envelope to American interests.  Then we have the service clubs and  organizations which have Internationals  based in the U.S. These too have to con-,  tribute toward the.upkeep of large head^:  quarters ^ind paid staffs simply because  the club or organization of their choice  happens to be based across the line.  Strangely enough, we know not of any  reversal of this situation?  One <?t.th<?.���exceptions is the Kinsmen Club which, vye understand is Canadian, We wowl4 however, hazard a  guess th��\t there is no such thing as ���  American m^nibpfsihip ih this oi/ganiza-  Upp sending funds up to Canada.  The Americans are not to be discredited in any way for this for they are  not holding a gun to anyone's -head, "in  fact, they are to be admired for their  resourcefulness. It is we ourselves who  fall down by being sufficiently gullible  that we are prepared to continue donating -.funds to what is the wealthiest  country- in the world.  Just last, week we were approached  by a man seeking, to establish yet an-"  Other organization on the Sunshine  Coast. This is a world-wide organization and. again, headquarters are in the  United Stales. To start with, the club  would have to submit, the sum of $50 to  the International in order to obtain its  charter, From then on a small per capita ���  amount is deducted from monthly dues  and this too goes to International headquarters- . .n���-  Most of the clubs falling into this  category do a great deal of public service". They raise substantial sums of  money for charitable causes and considerable time and endeavor is put into  such projects by members. It is just too  bad that headquarters for Canadian clubs  are frowned upon by the American Internationals, On the other hand, it would  seem strange that home grpwn-oraganizu-  tions of a comparable nature have failedr  no materialize.  . .-One thing is certain, as long as we  are prepared to send money unnecessarily and on a plate to the United  States, our neighbours across j the line  are not going to reject it.  - ��  **"***    **���.  \  } *���'  I ^ i  *  ��     1  ���'��** ���:**' ;*.  * ,*,   ''Mil1       -.  > -*-*<  v* i ^ <��� ���*,  i    *."i.  A    -  J.'.-"  I*. *  *  '*���        ���  i Tv  M, * >*��� *- T, l  7   '      t*    T*    i      '      *  it    C  1V-  i ^ - *  > ��� \   i  i *���.'*! yj: ,     i%'Iftin -    t  X   - *< w     .J      ^. -  "Editor, The Times,  S\r: I wish U> thank ytip for the fine  ooveiage thai you yaye tei t)ie grad\U\les>  qC Hlphm^tonP SeccinclaTy Schopl. We al-  ways appreeiate th^ ipl-jrpst shown by  you anoi.HOW staff in the funoUona of,  tl\e scimnl'.'       '  X>y ti. MQW^QMBUY, PfinPipai  Mmy Xhmks  "Editor, The'Times ���       >.  :���  yA  . Sir: Tp, qviv frimids and neighbors wb.O  WPrHed and brovigb.t the fine home cociHr  ing, and to. the memy for dpnations given,  whioh mad^ this a very successful tea, we  Would lijip Jo tlumli you all A'^ry mUPll-         MRS. W. P. C1-.AIIK  IJoberts  Creek United Church  "Charisma'1  Editor, The- Times',  Sir: Ypur editorial of September 15,  1971, on. -Evime JVIinistflr Tnideau's continuing continent bopping and financial  fiascos expressed my feelings exactly.  Unfortunately, many of my friends  (mostly females) are still ga-ga aboufa  so-called "charisma"���*our balding swingF"*  er has perpetuated by tlie Liberal left  press. Personally^ I."want character before  charisma. Thpse  who once tbougbt  pva-  Public Me$fincg  Ch^rN Aijgustus Semlin  Charles Augustus  Semlin,  a Caphe ne, Upper Canada, in-1836,. he av-  CreeK rancher, was lMeimer of ftrrt- llVed  in British ."Columbia  in  1862,  isb Columbia from August 15, WQ        ,  onorafPfi  n   ,.nnph  ;,._,.  r_���h"  to February 27, 1900. He represented -nl[ , P '.^Va   imc}[ 'ff   C    k  Yale   in the  provincial    legislature (,eek' wlnch/he consider^ his per-  from October of 1871���the first par- "mnent home. He died at Ashcioft  Ttament-of.the province���to Septqm-. on-November 3, ��� 193.7.  ber of 1875, and again from. July,  : ���" ��� ���-���  1882 to Junes, 1900 70e won in a by-  election ior Wgst  Vale    riding on .���������������  February 26', 1903, anci retired when  the 1903 session ended. Born in Bar-  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  DISTRICT RATEPAYERS'  ���ASSOCIATION  WEDNESDAY. OCT.  0  7:3*9 p,in,  WII.SON CREEK  COMMUNITY HAU  |     Everyone Welcome ���- Do You Core?  w-awriMBCT'f^^  Youth    handouta,   tbe   Benson     Report,  C.Y.C  faroo, tho Lie Dam Commission in-  ���rorim-i;eport, and tbe gtiitus of Women  (findings, wre find .oyrselves' in n' Nation  ' fqst becoming i% cross bet\Veen the ^el7  fgre. State, s Chiimse oirctia audi .an io-.  sape asylum.  .���-,',,, Tiiank yoii for a s^ne'",and thoughtful  eclitorial, 7  BlleBRN DONNK1.LY..  Fine support ^  Editor, Tbe Times,  Sir: I would like to express my per- .  sonal apprecitilion for the bursary awarded at oiu' presentation last Saturday by  Mf. Whee'libr.  It is very encouraging to know that  >ve'have such fine support from our community   organizations.  A.   L.���������TTfJGMfc&ON;  Principal  000***00*00000C00M00Jl000'0000000**0****000,rk  TOTBI^ CHU�����  FRIDAYS, 8;00 p.m*j  INDIAN HALL    -   1  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  t  ix DOOR 1PG1B2E i?  *******.***0*0 0*000*****0 00***0 *************  M\ ��iM  sitiiati#ii iii���i����ii       Paul St. Pierre M. P.  wins new appointment  *a;  yr-' . ,  A   0- * '  * , �� * *\  ������-."���   n ���* f  '(l i. J  *>--**V  W   *'  fc-        *  '** *���  tA--.  s'A-  ,��      '** '.  ���'*     r       \  J4: - '���  ���** vt--'.  r *;'"���: I  t'   *    ' ��� '  'i *-: ) '-  , ��.* . 0,  i ft'; ' '  jf''.  *���    i L.  v**.- '  * ���.!*"  (.>��� '-���  fJj  K   <*  f--:  *fr  r  ���* *  a-:  * *��������..  LAST week we published a lengthy and  somewhat complicated���news release  submitted by director Frank West as  Finance Chairman of the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board. We commented at that  time that Mr. West has apparently assumed a duty-one would normally have  expected to have been that of one of  the two secretary treasurers.  Last Saturday morning, following the  last Board meetings Thursday and even  before the ininutes were released, we bad  presented to" us'an eeiitoriulized repb'rt of  the., meeting--under 4liP= guise of another....  news release which, we "were informed,  was from Chairman J. Tyner.  Who the amateur journalistic enthusiast is responsible for the release we  . can but aim a simple guess. Sufficient  be it to say the ������document wits interspersed with the, vernacular of underground press publications, e.*uote���"The  show was a bust", All very strange  when it is considered a Regional District  is, utter nil, considered to be a responsible form e>f leieul government, Certainly n little dignity \vould be expected  iii emerge...   .      ' '  Perhaps the strangest  aspect is  the  lacl  thin  iit  the  last   regular  meeting,  Tyner appeared reluctant to allow Direc- ,  tor Frank West io attend a nit'ciing of  ilk*7"unsl'ni-;.Ce^tsl Regional Ratepayers  Association', IJe expressed the view that  . West could hardly be expected to answer  ("ue.siiems as a* representative    of    the  Hoard without Uie Hoard as a whole approving the answers he might give, ll is  <������ iiiu- strange that not one diceeior objected io such an absurd hiaieineih?  ll  bits been slated by ii Roberts Creek rale-  payer Ihal their meetings are inviiriably  nilendod by  llieir  Hoard  repivsenlalj,ve  who, is always ready to answer' (|iies-  lions. ll would now seem ihlii such a  practice is unethical, in fact, the miiiic  would apply in any director who might  be nskeil to uttcnel meetings'with ol ler  groups, Al no I line would he be aci ng  in  his , official capacity  unless  be   um  lifid his (|iiest|e)ns in advance and prepared answers approved by the Hourd,  ,     What   nonsense?   Hul (his   is   precisely, wlial  'I yiiei; rilled   when  |i  was  MiggeMed lhe Ralepeyers weuilil like to;  ���..���usk-.i7few .ijueHilons,;-of.-Direeioi�� Wustr  "Such  a stand is tveii  more  ludid'ous  when ll is reeulleel thai i'yner dclegaled  West, in lhe first place, to deitl wilb ii  liuinber of ipieslioii.s posed liy the rale-  piiyeis,   '  Of enunu**! we also recall a somewhat derogatory' lol ler opposing llm  Regional Riilepityet's from the I'endor  I fin hour Ratepayers', signed by ,1, Tyner,  secretary, Slime that lime a iuither Idler from llio Pender Harbour ami Dlsirlii  Ralonayers Assn, has been elreulaU'd lo  imiiiliers, This eoiiilnuvN Ihe nitnok  ngainsl lhe Reglnnal body mul Is signed  , 0Mm*0m00/000myti*00000*0**0nm0iv��m.mmn000L0, ��w��ww  by Chairman William White.  With, his._��� statement that Director  West cannot officially-answer questions  regarding Board affairs without his  replies having approval of the Board,  Chairman Tyner is saying, -in effect,  directors cannot be relied on to. such_  an extent. Yet, presuming, the latest  news release was actually submitted by  himself, then it seemingly did not' have  to be approved by the Board as a whole.  We took the trouble to check with some  of the directors and they were quite un^  aware of the release and its content,  To be fair it must be admitted that  much of it was reasonably factual, however, it wai*' editorialized, it contained  some vernacular hardly in accord with  a public body and it also made reference to comments made afler the meeting---,;... :   On the whole, an extrmely questionable situation and one thai quite  clearly will not be remedied until the  public wakes up and uses its voting privileges at the first opportunity.  One thing we musi empha'sis'; the  release 'was headed "Regional ' Hoard  Press Release", |l was unsigned and sub-  initlied in a plain envelope also beaded  in lhe same manner, The young lady  who handed It in simply stilled it was  flpm Mr, Tyner,  Former publisher and  local resident passes  HAUMI   nronuir  was  born    In   Ihu'iion,  Norway lu IIKKI,* I'Veun lluu'it IiIh lum-  liy mnve'il lo Hiil|)Hli'(in(i whU'll bus lii'.oi]  tlm family IioiiiuhIIo for giijuirallons, Af-  lor nltesiiilliiK Oslo Unlve'i'slly, Im Im-  mliti'iiti!d In Ciuuidn In UYM), UikUiy, wliul-  tW'eir Jobs oI'I'iii'imI tliomsiilvoii, I lei rodo  tbo roda lo Ihet West Const wbuiu b��  workod In llm f|��h|ni{ .Indiisiry,  In IhoHii ymii'ii bo wrolti urlli'leiM for  Nurwuglim ui.iWN|iii|i��r'n i|bout Ills now  homnliind, I'vonluuliy bo sliirlod bin own  piiblli'iitlou "Tlm Ceimmi'i'i'liil >'KlHlmr-  iniin," wbloli lioiielllod until llldd, Un was  limlniiiiitiilal In Ibo fi.rmallou nl' tlio  l'M),<;),A, wiiotm noi'i-ouu'y h�� wiih for  nuiiiii ilmu,  Tli��i.pi'eiiiriiiron of a publlsliInK IiusIiiohh  ., luul, tw" tiltiUumiry iiU'i'im llmilly iiroinpl-  i;d llalpb In limit tor a morn siireinii way  of llfti lu rural MurroiindlniiM, TbU bo  louiid on llin Muiiiiblint (leiiml. wliorn bn  bus boon oyiditr fnrmlnif for tlm pant III  yui'M,  Ibilpb ii-nveia bin wlt'n Injto, , iwn  iliiiillliloiH Iniii'M Ui'uIiimo nnd Holvoluh,  araiidi'lilldri'ii Ibimoini and Ibmi, ono  lirotlmr In Now Hampshire) iui<l|Oin, in  N{irwiiy,        '"    '  OTTAWA���Paul St. Pierre, MP, (Lib-  Coast-Chilcotin) has been appointed  Parliamentary Secretary to Mitchell  Sharp, Deputy Prime, Minister and Secretary of State .for External Affairs.  St. Pierre is one of two Parliamentary  Secretaries to the Foreign Affairs Ministry. The -70ther is Dr. Gastoiv-Isabelle,  Member of Parliament for Hull.     "       T  international' affairs   occupied   much  of *3t. Pierrg's ^tteutipi- dpring the 281 ji  PftrJiament. As a private member, he  was active in tbe promotion of Canada's  Arctic Pollution Control Zone legislation,  having first been sharply critical of tbe  Government for inaction in the field of  protecting Canadian Arctic sovereignty.  He ' has be,eh Delegate and .Special'  Rapporteur on Ocean Pollution, lo lhe  Scientific and'-Technical, Ceimmiitee of  Nate) Parliamentary Assembly. The day  before his appointment, be wus successful in gaining the Assembly's si'ippori I'or  a ' resolution supportinJ-5 a new Uiw ' of  the Sea'Conference.'  ���Since being elected, he has served as  Vice Cbnirniun of the Slandin-' (.'uiiunii-  tae on Indian Affairs and Nnrlhorn''Development, uiul at vurlous tiiiie\i us n  member of lhe slnneling ceimiiillUH'.s oil  Procedure ami Organization, .lii.siice, Nu-  iionul Dofpntiu mid Kxlernal Al'faiit., l-'lsh-  erles und Forestry ,and liMniuiuo. In 1070  lie was Chairman of lhe British - Coiiiinbla  Liberal Caucus und last .Jiuio wiin oleeMe'el  Seerotnry of i|io National I.ibnral Caiic-  iis, Ho gained u reputallein for expressing  "ili'on/a'ly lne.U!|Hme|ent views, sonuilineis In  ^ppeisiiion lei his own party's.  St, l-ltirrn, |'orn-|i>r imwHpaponnan and  aullior, of oiiinetrous ledovliiloii and ol  three IiooIih, was nleieilod In ||||||| f,,,. ||���,  Jlilgei    CoMHlC|)lleu|l|l      rl(lill/(      nl    |��('���  Which is nno of tjie largeisl liiarem in Ihe  nation, Ho Is married and Iiiih threi'i i'|i||-  elretii,  ��� From lhn l$o.y y^M, )?]lllt Q\\um;  A lijrpon loiirnaiiinnt would nii'iilly m-  ciemse iho poiuntjnl of our lourlfit run m  a time that normally marks Um iiwlniliiin*  Of  Iho  winter   VlsiiteiiH,".   , ���  (   Onvld,(Jiirrhl  of ChrlHlln'ti:  I.J.ikIoii'h  InniuiiH iiiniiioii riioinit, riiporls his seni.  biry typeul Uibi' oiTur: "Hull hull, nu'iury  a wuiniiii'�� I'oriiN,"  lllw  jJjItrL-, i JK.it/ H��iAj  more living space  IfoilieH iwi] for living. Takes lliki home fnr exmnplo,     {Simply dlnl llio comfort, ��eliliif? needed lo kiiII eueli  I'reun Imsmimnl It) iillio every bil of spiid'oJn Iming     roomlniieiivliy, '7  llaSeHlfejrlivbig/riiiirHlHmiiMfioll'Klieitleileloc'Irlcally,  (!oinpimi iinlls U'ko up lilllw or no spaeo, Tlmre mo  Moro living npiii'tv'MorG t'o'iiifiirl. Makes u lol o|!  hciiko, doesn't ll? You'll find tliut llm vosi of lieailntf  "w^r"''',^''^"wi-i'wiwi��iijw  tweft  ENINSULA  J'nbllMie-el We?ilae:*iiliiy.i at fieelwll a  ��>a H.f.���,-���*��� Munnhlnc Conni   y  by  Powell Rlv��r Ni*wn Town Oj��r  ���.^...,���,���,���,��,,�����,.,,.., .Sccliflt I Jmn I Ul,  \    (!<>< 310. Sccltflll, ll.C.  .Suhicrlpllem Ral^i (In i|��lvunce-)  J.oeAl, Vi pur yeJiir, IHjyonel *!.*" iiiIIoh, $7.'  U.N.A.VSV. '0,vvrN��uN(        "  Sm'tiiH* Hip turn from I'prt Mellon in h't/iinfitt  lltniir Sintttil lo Irrvls lohi)  0mm0m0**0k0Mmm0000i0**.0mi*0MM0mmrW'00^0mm00^0MU*i0,0.m0m*  %��%  a^piW^|WjWfitt^  �������l('a  mm  ELPCOTVIICAI..  COMTRACTORS  Wiring Supplloo  Socialising In  ���"��II��ctrSc Hocat  i  Laurel Ayonuo, Davli Day  0OX 331, 5ECHII.T v  Ph^n-u Bm-rW&Z  NOW!  THAT YOUR  DRAPES  SHOULD m  CIEAWED  .EVERY  \Z Y^AR5  M 20% OFF  midne'lN or pi|H)!-i,.no fnnnmo room, I'.vi'iy iucli o.    _._KpucaJ*'b(Miuiiiwd,n,,.r,iuidJli(d'��Jinpui:iiuU,,w  lenlay'H conHinH'iloiu'OKiN,  IVlo.sl Imporiiini, every room Is comforinbUi -- Juki  Uio way mmh imllvielual waniN il, 'i'liai'i* not ulwayu  posfilblo will) oiIkm' Ihi'iiIii*- (-yHimiifi l)tu'iiiin�� ono..  llmniiiiNlnl mfisl Kiill.tfy llm elcniainl-i of nil rouniN,  Willi <*b'<iih' lumiini,- yon fun liavo roe nn-by-room  lumpejriuui'p control'- i\ ilmmmiiH iuVwury room,  (livo iik �� call.Our CtiNionmr Advisory fiwlw will  bo happy lo iIInciikn your nu\v lidim' i'I/uin. 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Socholf, 0��C,  ���n,*****  mvivn n^"1"!1"  ROMUIARD- ewctric  _.,-_^_nUeCTJllC^L-.CONTJVVCTOIl--^.--L^ '.  085-2131 , SofilmH, B.C.  *0m��m0mmm*Tr"<*m,  fl^R, ,1 Modolra Pork  4  NICK'S EiECTBIC i:i.ictrica,(CONTRACTOR  T"'."-*���  m-wH  a  ')  a J ���*  .or***..  ���*}'-  i**nm$****m<a  nitnww^is^itQimmiimwttwmtwwit^  w ���  > rM' * w*>!  0 '  Halfmoon. Bay Happenings  Awards and trophies   presented to students   ������**���***��**��� p*��**��,iwi yp* PMn.��ig tm��     ?**-��*  FIRST film show of the winter series  will be on Thursday Oct. 7, starting  at 7:30, price 35c, at the Wejcome Heap)*-  Wall, Redrooffs Road, Halfmoon Bay. Everybody welcome.  There will bo 5 short film's, "Impressive Canada" in the serins, slewing various aspects of Canadian life. Emily Can*,  a scene from Ma'cRclh, Ballet "scene, peoples of Canada, Winter Carnival in Que?  bee*.  TJiese films are put on by tlie Welcome Beach Community Association, the  president Mr. Keith Comyn and fellow  members have been busy enlarging the  hall. Previously tl>ere was room for' only  00 people; now it wil| nicely hold 90.  SOCIAL  The first social evening of the season  at the Welcome Beach Hall will be Saturday, Oct. Hi, and will be a Do As You  Please Party. Cards, darts, shuffleboard,  etc. Starts at 7:30, price 50c, again everybody welcome. These are very sociala'ble  evenings so vuntnro out and muUo new  friends.  CNIB  At the films and social evening Mrs.  Mary   Tinkley   will accept  donations  for  1 he Canadian National institute for the  Blind. Canvassing for lhe lialfmuun Bay  area will be Mrs. Pat Murphy JVIrs. Mary  Tinliley would appreciate a volunteer to  canvass the"-Redrooffs Road area and anyone interested could call hur at 885-9470.  She will lie back home by tho time this .  is in print.  HERE AND THERE  Visiting Mr. Tag Nygard^this last  weekend was daughter .Judy and her husband D.- Zimmerman and their young son-  Wednesday night a meeting was held  a| the home of Mrs. Jean Mercer,"Set-ret  Gove, for the Jlalfmqon Bay Recreation  committee to plan children's fun and  games. The first being a film show a! -the  Welcome Beach hall he|d Friday, Oct, 1.  23 children saw the four films Run Fur  Your Life, Catuor, Cinderella and Heavier Dam. In charge ...of,, tjie. ..films... is Mrs-  Barbara LaaUso. Looking after refreshments were Mrs. Lynn' Jorgensen, Mrs.  Jean TrousdeU ,Mrs. Anne Hansen. Mr.  Keith Comyn was the projectionist who  Willingly gives his time to do this.  Mrs. Blanche McCrady is. home after  visiting her son Frank yn Coquit'lam.  Mrs. Mary Tinkley arrived home Sunday. She has pe^n a guest at the home of  Tip Corson's in Vancouver. While there  she did some shopping and was thrilled  to igee Dr- Ziyiv^Q. Although she didn't  find any kids to take.'she."went to the  cjreus anyway- A pleasant visit was spent  at the Mornce .Hanle'y's Blueberry Farm  at Cloverdaje.  Mr. and Mrs.-Jack and Dorothy Hall of  Welcomie Beach have returned fropi a relaxing cjircle trip heading up- tp Prince  QPW'ge, ejplp R^l Lake, a si$e trip down  to Ciotsa Lake, uack'-" to'main'''highway,  then a trip to LdlceW where sopip Bril-  ish interests (rave purchased tlie hot  springs, so some big changes will lie seen  there soon.  Then onto Prince Rupert whore they  took the ferry trip down Ihe coast for a  leisurely voyage to Kelsey Bay slopping  at Miracle Beach lo see Dorothy's brother Captain I}nuijJas ��� Marshall" Then tp  "Vanaii.no ariving al Horseshop Bay iu  lime lo miss the J^angdailo fi^ry necessitating a two hour wail for 'Iijo- nest,  one. At Prince Cjuprge lliey visiled daughter Margurile and Ijer liusbanej J. |i.  McKenzie and Qwynolh, for throe days,  Supriay, Mary Connor! colehrabjd.., hor  ninth birthday wllh her friends "Sandra  Jorgensen, Rrei-fln. Douglas,  j!*|sio Kiini-  �������!��y Peggy Gmm*  stpn, hmm Mwrpby and sister Margaret  V: ��� ���  Mrs, filehys Ra^cliffg of 'Secret Cove  enjoyec" a visit from he*- mnt-her and fti-  ther, Mv, and Mrs. Arthur ���'���Janes, who  trayei)(2fl, Q\\\, flu the same plane as the-  Welsh Choir- from Angles, in Wales. Their  son-in-law tupk them fishing in the  Chart^r "Bpat* "Clegmar" along with Jack  Mercer and' they, caught five spring salmon. My, Jones 'lost' the ones he .was  lpcky eppugh tp get hqoked, but nevertheless, fie announced he had never had  so. muph Jim in his life and is coming  bae]v next year,. just to go fishing. The  Jones prpughi movie pictures with them  inoiudlng the wedding pictures of Glepys  sister i'or her to see.  AT AN assembly qf the total stufJpnt bo^y  pf   ig]pj.lnstpne  Secqriclary   Schogl   on  Wednesday morning, Sept/ ��9, the student  Qpuppil Awai!ds i0X: 3ch,p]ars)iip mo] the  Aggregate, trophies won by students of  J^st year's Grrade 8, �� and 1(0 classes were  p.-vsenteci. As phairman' oi the assembly,  yietvprinpipal Mr. L, Grant called upon  Mrs7 U'leierweapd to present tbe SphalfU'r  ship ;awm'd'sa as fallows7 ,  kast year's Gr^de 8's���IJonoi' Roll ^nd  flash "io Dpau Gqddar4, Kim Gregory,  Debbie \HiH, Cindy fCur-icz, Kerry Mall):  mann; Sonar RpTl, Glen Beaudry, fatty  Wing- t  Last years'. Grade 9's���Honor Rpll and  crest, Leslie Dixon, Randy Kamppnami,  Piileen Sallis.; Hpnour Ropl and Hash, Jq-  Anne Jorgenson, Lori Montgq>|T>ery, Betty  Topharn* $lin Vedoy, Dennise Dombroski;  Honour Roll, Debbie Willis, Cindy Pend-  ergasi and Lypp Oike.  ���Last year's Grade lO/Sr-ffqnqt-r Roll  and star, Eleanor "Swan; ffqnor-1 Rqfl $nd  ores I, Wendy A]\y\i\\t, Cheryl ������iMelpft  Heather Harrison, Pprpppnia' Mart'nfz7  Lisa Pedrini; Bill Sneddon; Kpnoyr Roll  and flash, Theresa Lsifcionte;- ffaripy? ��$,%  Debra  Baba, Joan  Blomgrpn,  Spsaun'e:'  Jorgenson.  Mr Peterson was called uppii tp pre:  seni iiiu trophies tq thestu,dents wh'p jias r.  received ll)p highest aggregate ppipts. for ,  ,seliolarship, citizenship ap*" spprtsman^ '*  ship.-The winners were;; GradeK Kerry'*  Ma'hlniann; Grade p., J-tesjje ^jxpn f|lld J07  Anne Jorgenson; Grade 10, Rill {Sneddon:*  Fiom a ysy preview listing", '!'Provo-  cutive new weeltly discussion series featuring three djstjnptivie personalities wiih  desperate views,1'  JMi��wi��iiintMwiimin<unri��<��ywwuijn��wiii����iM^  WE HAVE $TYUE$ TQ PLEAS*  W   SIZES, TO   FIT   YOU   ALL  "syNNycREST plaza  Gibsons  8*36,9543  TRAIL BAY CENTRE  Seg(**g|t  885-9818     ���  *y**y**'**y|��*w**'ffg^^  ACCOUNTANTS  RAUPH C. PUCKWPRTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tplpphsno: B85-9515 - Telephpnp: 886-2?12  SECHELT, B,C. PIPSONS. P,C,  W. Philip Gorejon  CHARTERED ACCQUNTANT  Tel:  Pus,  8*36,2714,  Res. 0W-7567  Harris Block, GibgoTis,, B;C.  ���MWI"1"III[III!I'JIIIII..I).   .!,..���) ��.'.���'."  t\m SUPPLIES  Telephone? 886-2069  RQSE *% ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classe? $ firing  dealer fpr Puncan-s Oerqmic products  Pine Rd. & Granelview Ave-  P.O. B,��x 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPMES  (Cont)  TWIN CREEK i-MMMR  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD-  Dial 886-280.8  When You Need Bpilding Spppljes  Give Us A Call  FREE ESTIMATES'  ^UTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  At I gs Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMQNIZING  Essleniont Eq-jipnien*" Services  '      f- Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.    un in,.ii ii ��. ii,.   .ji. 'jn.niii   ui I Min hi  BLASTING    CONTROLLED BLASTING  AU WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  Free Estimates - Fast Ssryipe  G & W DRYWALL  -   Drywpll acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons areq qnd the Pewinsnlg.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  CABINET R/lAiiEtSg  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  "  FlhTE CUSTOM FURNITURE  -KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Aye!, Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886r2551  ELECTRICIAWrS   (Pont)  BILL McPMEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CQbLT^ACTOR  Free Estiprici'-es  Phone 886-7477 -Gibsons, B.C.  llM MsKenzTe  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  .Resiclentjql Wiring and Major  Applipnce Repairs, ���*.-  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.  FUElT  c  ANADIAN  ROPANE  ivaAPHjNg: mm  0*00*. ,  "A"  At thg Sjgn e>f f{te Cheyron  HILL'5 MACHINE SHOP  & MARIN! 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Road Wqrk  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Sechelt, $,Cr  Phone 885,97^7  r_ PHONE 885-9550  itO^S CONTRACTING  ., Clearing - pxcavptions- Boad BMl|cj|r)9  GracJIng - Fill - RaacJ Gravel - Crushed Rqck  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  DOWNDRAFT SYSTEM  HEATS YOUR HOME  ECQNOMJCALUf  lliiiiiriifulnliniilly niiiiliol'  .iS^S?  I ml iiuvyiHli'iMl itymiini  i)M*vhl(i��  itnitit}iiiti>0.\��;  lltilll   llll   I'M U"   hi   imhiiII |j  lining   Y��l ynu l|��l nil  IIiii  i unyiiiii(ini,ii Mini  ��� ���l��!ll!)l'H.Ll)t,n.,l!,,.'l|!,ffll.'.i,...  ���Mmer  WOOWIIMTWIO   '  ��� Cl��t�� M> H**l I'M 10 A IA"'"*  ��� iturni ��H KlrnJi ��l i/inmt     ,  ��� OMf lt��)��ll���� 0,000 ����W|I If ll��t*'��...  ��� ��*vtMH l>��ili Ik rum*.*- m Hinolit  ''"'Wtilti'liifnttiFRMili  All Types Of'Stone Work  Also Bricks and Blocks  Roslelenllol nnd .Commercial  ��� New and Olel BulMlng.*-  Phone 886-2231  Bok 259, Gihsons, B.C,  ' ��� i         ,   ,i,,ii i'n*00*0*rrmmi |n n |" ������<^   > ������m  BUILDERS ,   COR 2JUIDEMA  wl;Qr~AIUYi)Mr7.|RqnoyflllQn^.J^pnlri}m  fti)i\ Cohlnoi WprK.  s    Phono B8p-2135  _��� ...    .    ...     ���....���......,,,...,.......... i  TRICPM PRVfiLOPMENTS LTD,  CUfJTOiM H9MES - ppB-FAR HOMES  |||i|li Quality , , , liueiKonaUIti Prlcot*   ,  ffitfo Porl'Ofln nnrl aorr ll yoimelt, or act  um |nulinai,ii)i|iil l)i.'l|),  GMXfiW liAV, M.C r Pli��n�� Pv��i. UB3-2723  "GASY-LOG" VACATION IIOMP  CONTACT  VJncft Pfocq>y��M fll"  886-7720 Ho|H<ln��i Landing^ PA  i'or ||(?i|>oiilfll, V��ille:��il Tiiif) Lor* iJnllfllnr* l>y  r '   ���(:ARAPWNIO'*'5TI?UCTi;R**5LTR) A"  00 1 'llll m IB I'M 0 0000000m) III I n Hi'lli I  CUSTOM BACKHOE V^pRK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  '' "Government Approved  Free (Estimates  Excavations - Prainege - Wqierlin'es,  etc,  Phono 886-9579  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Copking, Heating and Hat Water.  _FRf-E ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,550 PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ES��0 AGENT'  ���  886;9663 = Hopkins Landing  RETAIL  STORES   (CQilt.i  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies^ - Menfs~ Chijdreh's Weqr  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  FIJ BRACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS          ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  ' Ten year*? to pay  Fpr ttao. estimate���Coll 886-27*^8  Complete line of appliances  i|H ii.. I '������'���'��� '"   .    I " ' I "   '   '.!  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Ba| Block  Next to the Co-qp Store  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Bepajrs - Wreldjng  Evinrude Sales - pMG Parts. & Service  Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd;   _^   _Pealers for:  Evinrude O.M.C. - K&6 Tliermoglqss '������*' Sunliner  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Also Plumbing pjttjngs and Fixtures*  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2266  Phone 8834513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  BERNARD GERICK  P.P. Box 158  Madeira Park, B.C.-  Prone (604) 883-2248  ''   COHO MARINA RESORT  Cabins - Boats - Marine Repairs  -���.������     Rich,.qnd .Phyllis At^qgd  Hqrry 9f|c| .Je'qn .Mflrrl��9ll.  ' P.0. Box 160  /^E^cyBY-REAi-E^;  Modeircj Park, B.C.  EjUftSEKY        "''.i '   MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Cre#  (Landscaping - Shrubs - Frujt Jye&s - Fert('ll*:ef  '   Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat /ytoss  Fully Licensed Pesticide "Spraying fop  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  H'l    II HI������P������II II.IWIIH          I     llllll III  OPTOMETRIST  THf TOGGERY  Ladies' bng* Chiidren-s Wear  ;_ Open si^fidtiys. "a vyeek  Phone 98fp-2063   '  Cowrie Street, Seciielt  sewing Machines  MNSHINE    n"'"." 9'  IWING        ^m,r,P - Qme^  ERViCE       Sq|esf Partsf Servitca  .���   FBEBHOMI ��?|MI0NS'TRAT!PH, -  REPAIRS AND SERVICE QN ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Hovies - 885-9740  SPORTING GOODS       ���-������'������. a-'iij*'   I-II.....I-,* '**. ������ j��� ii '..~im**mm, "'-I-��� i~ii��� ...,mm.���-..�����  CLIFF'S BOATS  :   '8��'ACCE^oSiE$'Lm   Fishing SLipplies - Boats new apcl  Used . . . Large & Small  SecheH  885-9832  SUBSVEYOE3S  Gibsons  886-2322 \  GENERAL CONTRACTING  Alterations and., Repairs  CDinplDii; I Iniiuis ��� Contract Frornlnn  Wharves  ond Uainps  Froo l-.'illinnlo-i. 2-1 ih, Sorvlco  Phono 803-2691 or 883-2406  Land "Clearing v Roqd Piiildlho  Tree Topping - Sol col i ye Logging  PETE PUPOIS  Tqlephon^ 083-2417  R,|i. 1, Madeira Parl<f B.C.  PISPOSAL SERVICES  ~5UN5HINR COAST PISP0JSAL  SPRYICR*! LTPf  POKT Mltl.l-OM lo QUi'S COVf:  Toll Bfl6-*i*>3flHrB"i8"9')7'l  Coil I)* l**��r Your Dlsj osql Now|��,  Wli��n'K��ci"Yfii|iiij Or f)|iiiiH)CliKii|)i}fi.  ��� Conla|nuii�� Av��ll'il��lfi,  secHplt beauty salon  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling    '  "Cowrie St,/ Phone  Sechelt/ B.C7 '        -885-2818  (HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  ppmestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 085-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B,C.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Blopk - Gib*$on>  Eyery Wecjnesdqy  8^6-2248  m****  PHOTOGRAPHERS  *m*  ..t.   ELECTRICIANS  T  E1UILPING SUPPLIES  TlfBllOOO  Maniifflpliunis, Mil,  1>\*t,ntiiiiHL,4,  f<��iMi������*v��y��i, IV'i  ,  RH*ADY-MIX CONCRETE ANP  BUIL0ING SUPPLIES  -"������--���Y.0*jr'Ona'5topflMllrjlng'$ior*��  Pot AU Vo��r PulWlnp NeHs  GIBSONS BUILDINQ SUPPLIES LTP.  )q*73 SoqvIow - Phono 006-264^  "WiifAP IN THIS PIRfCTORYr  REACNC5 '4500 HOMI!S  ACTON RMCTRIC HP.  R/sMilniillol - Iih|ijMiIo| nii'l Merino-Wlilniji  f-lodiii* ||<)ni - |.|n�� WmiI'  Phono BB6 7244  S��M ELECTRIC LTP,  7 *'' "i'-'r^Eloctrkol Co'rttwicKira"**"'**"*""*"'  Wiring Supplips - 'fjlecirlc H��qi  Soicliolt - phono 88B-2062  Strvinr- (In- Siin!.l)ln�� Coi-n (or o fjiioilur coniory  TL^'.U^E THIS  BUSING PIRHCTORY  TO REACH  <    10,000 Pf'OPLI;  Tl IR TIMES, Q85~?654  Oil, FIJIEP WARM AIR HEATING  ,  OI|. FIRfiP WATER HEATERS  aNqllllnirPflvvn -- 10 Yimu To Pay  Unlit Pliimhlpn  Roy Blanclio Madeira Pork  883-2401 883r2778  0*mm*mm000m*m00m0*^H0m00mm^m*m00000mmm000mmmfmm0mmrimmm,  nomm ~"~��� ���- - ���  FALARON FARM  I'xccllonl  facl|ll|os avollnhlo'lor hpa^llnr- nn��J  rl<llii(- your hoiso,      r  * in(|ivl|r|iiql Pofjilorkn * |.l(*h|or| SnwIuM l*H)\(\  * *A rnllo fc'-wii-iiiij Truck * iiil'llu T'" ,  REGISTERED HEOOP STOCK FOR SALE  R,*l. ��, Glli.oni, p.C, fhoiio 986.77?"?  H00U0<0*mMH,nivmiL luiininr imn n ��,iihi" ���nl������ H��������,  JANITOR SERVICE-  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Complolo Plioi��fj|-oph)c Sorvlco  WEPDINGS - PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS  COMMERCIAL  C, A^ERNETHY  Gibsons, B,C - Phone 8��6->974,  of 886-7215  ' t i"i' "i��i ipi'i'n '�� ������������ ���  ROY & WAGINAAfl  B.C. La-id SuryeyQrs  Mqrirje Building' �� Rorppise Bay  ������* ���V;��^?j^  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  rm*  000011001010000000*.  HARBOUR TAXI LTP.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gq�� and QjI andr-Repqjr$.  24 Hour To*<i. <*nd Wreckier Servlqia,  Cqrcjen Bay Rc|., Pender Harhour r)-C��  Te|: 883-2414  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast Highway  Box ?**, Gihjon��, B.C, - P*iono *J86^270Q  SALES AfSD SERVICE  *���'',���' AH Brands Ayql|Qb|o  Monday to Salyrday 8;30 p.m. io 5:3Q p,rr).  FrW9y evening hy appointment only.  TOWING  PLUMBING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Glb(50Pl!>  Pliimhlnfl fVPIpofliflnq -'Sicqmfltiina  Hoi Woiflr I )cq||nrj - P|po l-onnino  FREI; ESTIMATES  Phono 886-7017 01 886-2848  Ri'|-i-Jiii�� Alloiollons - Nuw InMollailom  LAURIE'S  PLMMPING  &   HEATING  ���   LTP./  Govt, Cori|(joi| Pl'iimlmr  Phono 886-2406  (-.FNI-RAI.-pEMVPRY - $f*a)|:|T, l��,Cf ,'  RENTALS  Wp|cqm*3 to'.Tha l:|oori*hlno Coast  HOWE SOUNR    -  JANITOR SERVICE  Spcc|q||i.l-i |n C|��onlny - Plwr. WMl^lntjl  Spiny Muilliu- - Wlii'lowCliioiilng  ���.���...��� ��� RUQJIIAMPOOIMQ ,   Phono 886-7131 - Gibiorip, PC.  JOHNSON'S  PUIEDIMO MAINTIHANCB  ...^..Specializing .ln:7.���7..,w,..-  .  PSP��r Honolno, mliiloi & Unioflor ilncorol|no,  ���   Riio CiconinO' All *ypes "rt fJ|,|ld|ng  Malniononco,' floor IriMqlloilw,  "RENT IT AT" ,  Afm RENTAL SHOP  qf Pov|b p^iy  "W�� f��cn| or {"ell Almont lEvoryihlno"  Typ'twrllonl��l-a|f||il|��jQ I'lqnln -1 ulovlnlonn  Rulo Tlllorn - Conr'fll tAl*'W*' l-owfi Rpkfjj  Mechijhlc'n Tools  PI'IONP fl0f>.2q48��� 24 HOUR SCRYICE  Sco^ys ��� Log*?  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  ,    '.  LTD,  Heavy Equipment Moving & lag Towing ���  L. HI6GS  Phone 885-9<125  0**m0m***i000'mm0*0m000m0*0000t  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  tlqusehold, Movlno, Pocklog, Storajjo  Packing Material^ Fpr Sqlo  Memhcr of Allied Van Mnoi,  Canada's No, I (yovprs  Phono 886-2664, R,R7i/GII?s9n<��f 0.C.  >MWi|~*"WMnMMMIMNV^^  RETAIL. ��TORES  C^ f$ HARPWARB  5L|ANC|:5 , HARDWARE  HOMP FURNISHINGS  onor  window Clconlno,  PHONE flfl5.��71�� AFTW ^ P,M.  Box 642 7 Soclipll, fl,C,  :,   >4, fj^,||}p8fi; spoce-j to  feqcii heqflV'"'l(V'f)0 Pef>pl��  Phono 00/3-9713  .'   J-ow cos^ - High powor  Vo'ir lousiness 'Corrj  In l\\\a spaco vylll  roach n<u?r!y )0(OPQ ppoplul  HANSEN'S TRANSFER* LTP.    .  WAREHOUSE?  Gihsons 886;-2172  "^'''MillY'SHRVlcTFi^OM  SM'VING THE' 6EC|-|ELT PENINSULA '  pi ���(nllufo lo anywhere In Canada,    '   '  General Freight. Low-lbcJ ond lio<)Vy liaM'Ino  iiumi" MH'l iiiifnnmiii'iniii)iinii. 11 0ifii.m00mvmm000i000*00*0*0000000mi  T.V. i?n<l RADIO   SUNSHINE COAST T,V. SALES  8,..SERVICE LTp.  ADMIRAL and RITOTPOIIOMP DPALP^     !  ^GortJon Oliver ' -    Ed, NkhpUbp  liV'Tho Haort.Of p.ovYntbwn Sech��|'t  Box 799 Scchdt 885-981^  , C'-OWJ) OfS MONDAYS ,  Pliono 8B3r2513  HARBOMR SUPPLIES  "^mi^NARD GiiiiTcK    "T"  ���,p.O, Pox l����  Madoira  Park/ B.C.  UPHOtSTERY  1*0*  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTfWT  ANI> PRAPEfMES  R��uj'iholr.t>r|.n'fl - ReMy||��)g - Complete- Prgpflfy'  Service - Soniplofl ��l)^vyf) In die hOfriQ  Phono QQ6--2Q5Q q(for 6 p,m,   ,  ...m 886-2973  M  X  ,, **  If     ��    ���>  T  0, 4*^*1,00* i*00***t**  \*.  **���   *&��� * ,   r *   t^1  rVt^f-fk * 0*    *0*       ���.,   0       Si4+rt  Ufc,P*.**. 0* 00,   �� 000 *n  *"��� ���  Jr.  ���*     h     fjr     ��JiJ.|  i��  ���*.*** 0. 0/        11.    J,   .  *Se      *  I   J    -*, *5   ,i -    *\     S ri* j-   *i   I     ���*    '<h  -"     I  j.  ttff*****!***-    t  *f      r  ** % '* * -*  Jit*  4   1 f.*r  .1 /  ^ i~ ,*.!-,��  fil * .'  ���    V'litl 1 t        ,   ��        -fr*-     4 >     v 3.       ^   \     i*    ��  �� r ���i.'�� i*f* ���* ��� �� V*. **f  *��� *. * ��� 0*11 r    ^* vw &*'*, * / "��� >r^i-��       (�����  , \   ���   j. .i*  .�����*  iifif- ,**v "��'*";  '���i.  *1  Wi  1  ������"Si^iS-  ���fj*  i*-.  ��i ^ i  W   r<  -'   *���.  'It* , r.'-J 1  * *  1   <  f*���'"��""^"r ff t;*'"*; J*'" * fV*f*f,yf'f**T*>T **"Tt*fV*"f*V*7 r*-'^''"!^ "-"ii/���"*"**1*   '1  *-,*  , >\ �����������?.* 1  "7 ��,* .--j.- '   ������--.',  ,���** '*T*n;; ;'^ - i-**V-'rv'"'" '">;"*;* **  \ I J  . I  **L  IA        "   J      ��, .     *    '     '"  V-��*   -���".*���" I�� li i��V�� .    ��� * ���" .fl  *^0,*0+*.^,0*l rf. *��� '1'V1����.1'�� ^~.,* m,** f*k/0 *. ar^i^. ^.w^n.^rf rfv��f' VV- ���**�� " a^S"*��"��^S1" r"V*"V���""*'l  ��ry V*- <���*. ���������������� r*��,*> ��*���  f I      1   *    .    ��        ���  -n-rS*1fta^-^��v,y^", ���>     "  '��  Page A��4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, October 6,' \97V ^  "'"S%"j  m  * 11s. w  hs  Mi  i*S )  ���**h  Si1 a  IN  ' 1 *���  *-Y'  M  '*.'  J\  vi  The PENINSULA7^4- Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  . I 1>m If  REAL ESTATE  Classified  WWWWi>lltlllMW��>>WWWIIMMllWMM��lW��WWWIW^*l^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  . at Sechelt, B,C,  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureao  of Circulations  Mqrch 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-Briets (12 words)  One  Insertion  _^_a���_,���$1.00  Three Insertions  -*$2,0Q  -^,-20c  Extra lines 14 words)  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers A-*������,-. IQc extra  50c Bookkeeping charge is added  for Ad-Briets hot paid by  publication date,  Legal  or  Reader advertising  35c  per count line.  Subscription Rate��-7-  Oy  M&itr  local'Area  Outside Local Area  U.S.A.  Overseas  Special CitUens,  Local. Area  _  Canada  ���-..J-  "8y Carrier _���^���^  .$6.00 yr.  $7.00 yr,  ,$9.00 yr.  .$10.00  it.   $3.50   $4.00  __60e" n��o.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula' Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and .in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a. publication, must be obtained  in writing frpm th^publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject-   to     recourse     in     law.  J'.ln the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or. services  may not be sold and the difference o  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn- at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision)..  Advertising is accepted on the  condition ' that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous " item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertise-  nient.jyillFJ2e...paid for at the applicable rate, j  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  customerjs also-chargeable at; an ,.  hourly rate -vfor ,the ; additional  work'-1'*���"-'a'1-''���."' -" -*'���'���" v"- ���* n' ������* *";  BIRTHS  vvtl l(i|<;i*,  WORK WANTED (Coht.)  2 MEN, 2 chain saws, I truck.'  Will  do anything  also sei- ���  ling fh-ewood, Plione 112-487-  9201   after  6  p.m. 7316-47  ORNAMENTAL wrought iron  railings, Free estimates. 886-  7029, 886-7056. 6893-tfn  WIS' OFFER a complete Wei.  service to the entire Sunshine Coast. Our- work is in-"-  sured and expertly performed. Phone for free estimates,  Peerless Tree Services, Phone  885-2149,'. .' 6258-tfn  HELP WANTED  SUNSHINE Coast Credit Un-  ion, Sechelt, B,C requires  a part time clerk,, qualified to  operate bookkeeping machine,  stenographic duties and gen-  erat"clerical service including  handling odsh. Initially' will  represent apprp-ximately twenty hours per.week, could build  to full time. Applications in  waiting to Sunshine Coast  Credit Union, PO Box 375,  Sechelt, B.C. and personal interviews at the Credit Union  office in Sechelt on Tuesday,  Thursday or Saturday, 7300-44  BABYSITTER on~We*d.~^alter"'  ��� noon-; from 12.15 pm to approximately 2 p.m. for children of mothers who belong to  the TOPS Club. Has to be in  the vicinity of tlie Canadian  Legion Hall in Sechelt. Phone  885-2100. __jr 7336-45  WANTED  WANTED  to borrow or rent!  a cider press.5 886-9679!  7329-47  SHELTERED waterfront, Pender Harbour, 700 ft, southern exposure, ten acres with  2 bdrm house, AU faoiliftesr  Ph.'885-9565. Write Box 6749,  c-a Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt, B,C. '6749-tfn  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� Lot  75' x 268' 10 min. drive to  Sechelt Quiet area; close- to  water and good 'fishing, phone  and ' Hydro   'available.-' $"i90Q���^  REAL ESTATE {Con*,)    ;  BY OWNER, one lot % sere,  View and nicely treed at  Madeira Park. FP $5,0Q0 terms,,  $4,500 cash, Close to school,'  stores, salt watei-. Frank Lee,  Madeira Park;  Ph,  885-2607,  7346-46  cash, Plione 885-9654, 6804-tfn  5 LEVEL ACRES; Paved road,  village water supply. Mostaly  cleare'd and in grass and fruit  trees.. $10,500 terms.  IQ ACRES plus barns', cement  block, aluminum roof, Ideal  warehouse. Handy location on  paved read.  $22,000 terms,  HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL: 2  BR home on 1.08 acres.. Year  round creek. A-O heat, new  shake roof, inside completely  remodelled. Some work needed  on" exterior. FP $15,750 terms ,  at 7 per cent.  SELMA   PARK;   Unsurpassed  view from this 12,000 sq. ft.  lot.   Easy   access,   all  services  available. F-P $5,500.  NOR   WEST   BAY   ROAD:   3  large   view   'lots   on   payed  road,    100'x295'.   Suitable    for  mobile homes. Rll area.  DAVIS BAY: Whitaker Road,  this is one of the largest  view lots in the area. All serviced, easy access. FP $5,500.  3 WATERFRONT LOTS:  These are clioice properties  and the only lots in the area  available. Good beach access.  $11,750   F.P. "~  OFFICE  885-2323  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Jack Anderson  885-2053  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Selma Park, Box 385, Sechelt  7325-45  MacGREGOR PACIFIC-  .REALTY LTD,'  Box 799, Qibsons, B.C,  Van Direct:  685-3133  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ...  is  pleased  to sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement sp'oco,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy1;  parents.  HOUN September 29, 1971 to  Gone nnd Linda Yidilonskl,  a '<,Iaughloi,- Paulino, CI ill),,, 10  oz. at Si. Mary's Hospital, Sc-  HhjII, 7351-45  ' WIG Ait 6 a~, s'puncer and Bon-  nio Wigard.are happy lo announce the , birth of' a son,  Christopher ' Sponcor, 7 lbs.,  13'/it oz, on Soplombor 27, 1971,  A  brother  for   Kimburly,  7333-15  ENGAGEMENTS  AN N O jQ,N CIN G��� "t 1^"^^;  m��nt ot. I.iiida Hue, on ly  d/mnhU:ir of Mm, ��� Beryl Wli-  HaniM , and' tho ,,]i'it��i AI Wll-  IIiiiiui, lo Mr, David .1, Uiinhy,  younKor hod of Mr. and Mm,  a '���"flwlli HiiMhy of Gib-ioiiN, B,C,  Wed(|inH plmw.lo ho unnoun-  :' MADEIRA PARK 5TORE  r-ffi  11,.'  M.  ������������^Jil.l l��a   ' *"  ��� -        * tryr*****.**,'  ' -T& * :WJ:- g*��  t       vr** '      '���'  - **   "** j.\  Genercjl store with 2 bedroom owner's home ond small sleeping  cabin. Price includes all stock at time of sale, buildings-and  : 'land, Apprdx,1 100 ft, 'oh Madeirq Park Road qnd J 00 ft, on Hwy.  101, containing 1,09 acres���a very choice property. This business  shows.a nice prolit with lots of possibilities for expansion, Also,  purchaser could possibly subdivide land into 2 parcels, This is an  exceptionally good buy at $35,000 with terms,  EGMONT���BATHqATE'S STORE AND MARINA  General stare and marina wilh 2 older 2 bedroom homes and one  cottage on approx, I Ms acres with approx, 350 'ft,'of choice  ���waterfront, marine gas station, lots of floats, 6 rental boats  with motors, This business Is growing fast and shows and excellent profit oh the lull prico of $160,QQ0, ,Price includes  business, land, buildings,., equipment and $3,0,0.00 in slock,  Requires $95,000 down.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 sldo by side view lots of -approx.   1 '/j acres each, pnly o few  hundred loot from, Marina, Each priced at $10,000 wllh $3,000  ��� ��� down.  2 bod room  MADEIRA PARK '  homo,on npprox,   I   acre lol,' Could possibly be 'sub-  Ivlded Inlo 2 pqrculs, Close to schools ond stores,  733'Mfl  IN MEMORIAL  TJIOltNIfl,' Duncan   '*-*' Oclobur  II,  ID(I3,  1 "Hii touch un |i'�� munlier our  <lnyn Hint wu nitiy ii|i|)ly our  hourlH unto wlHtloni," Ptiulm  110:11!,  (loiio   lo   a   happier   liuiiliii-;  Itniiind,  Miiflly  iiiImhi-iI   by   Lii-i  oiuvr W(-''<'.vr nioiTiTir'"<*<'ii('i��i)ir  7311-'lii  Approx,  SAKINAW LAKE  IA acres wllh 330 l|, waterfront. .Pull  . with :f>a,&'0a down,  price  .f^OOO.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Jn Pender Harbour, wllh water,nnd hydro.  00 It,---���'.i(),000 _   ^   VB JLK���fiio.bao  LAGOON ROAD  *i very good building*- lots, l-qs'yiwalking dhlonr.ii in school and  (.lores cil Madulrn Park, Con be hoMghl with low down imymunl,  T:GMONT  S,f)(\ ft, vvntarfront nn.npprox, 5 qcros. on po  |Hiitlo||y   linlhliml houso  now  innUid  ot   1>  ,      price $30,000 on terms  rood, 2 bedroom  pur  month,   pull  PERSONAL  Wlflll  lo'wHilmit  l.id.lor  Diiy  Hiiiiiln niiiinhiirii, J'lioiio lllili-  i!J7r> or aiHK'fHO,        (J7(l(l-lfn  AWJOIJOulCH ..Anonyinoiw ,���  1\1(M'IIiu{ii 11:311 imii,, Thurn-  duyn, Wlliion Croi'K Cuuunub-  liy' .Unil, I'll. IlillWJ.'l''/". llllll-  S��;M3','      ,     ' ,   a ,41)7(1-1 fll  JJ'JAKN how In <*ii|i<* with nl-  CIllKlllMlll'   (llfl'lllllllll'H,     J'lldlU!  AI-ouii nl' 1111(1-7230," llliri-IHOII,  IIIKI.m'l, HI, Adiin'ii Hull, W<-(l,  Jl imii, 7S*lll-��M��  AUDI)!,,!'!   ii/jifd    ludy    wIhIiun  (wunc   for  ��'oiii|'iiiilon,   Klvi*-'  In,   Midniii   IMrk,   riiimir llllll-;  ���aaou.  7U3IMI*  WORK WANTED  VAlllA)    i'liio    /{Iviui  .   hoimi   hy   iho   tiny,  llllfl.i'.HI7,.,.  In    my  i'luino  72IW-KI,  CANOE PASS  A woleilroiil Itwso lols to ho sold In one pqrcol. I'ull price $1 1,000,  wllh sorno lorniii,  ."     EARL COVE    '���'"     \  A luw lots slill ovnllublu on this 30 |o| buhdtvii,i'on, priced Irom  '      Mj'&OOY.  "-������ --^^^j^^  Cliolco vluw lulti on (nl lol miIkIWIsIoIi, 1'ilr.m. horn  $0,000, Some r,|i*ar��id roudy Inr bulidlnu,  kgmont""    : ..'  YYolur Inxl rind (|on ftlnlion on choir.u i.uiniii  pinimrly (k||o||'||mu  Gov't Whoil, Ov<ir 200 ll, wniorlrorii nnd luncjiuui Ichhhi,  M(0()0,   MADEIRA PARK  Appro*,   I V��   ocroa  ol   fcoml��watorlfiinl ��� Oorklikrt   vmw  |.o(,nl<nl,juM ohovn Madeira' I'oik goy'l wliml,  /ifofitTly,-  119   I  Iiniini,  wnUir,  l-RANCIS PENINSULA ROAD  i'iiioll IhvuI view lot, Pull pilcu $3,500,  ������RUBY LAKE  I,   (liulni   wiiltiifrntil   lot   wilh   mm'iII   pm Holly  Hon 'licoifi  llui|)lni;o,  holliioom  wilh  iJiowm,  lull price ||3(QQ0'wllh tfyOOO down, lirilnncu u  |i��r month,      �� I  (ui'iihhod  lyilio  nnd  "00  ,.,.,. #"*"#,WWi��*^ t^r"��*V*iWB! (WfHW-f-iJ.W.lMtS'TO!*  MOUILI- DOME SITES  ;"ev��in! |��hi nvnllnhlo,  Mony ntlifir vlnw ond wninrlmnl |o|f( In iho I'midnr llnihoui (-ion,  \ymm  ' KOJl your plumliliiK or 'limit-  . iii-{ Jolm iJ(iiilu(,'l,J)pvo Lull-  ylo, CJnvl, Cortlflod J'lumhor  ut UIJU-iMOU         7237.4S  REALTY LTD.  Madalm Pork, I3,C,    ,  Phono Pondor 'Harbour 803-2233  > ���  >.  SPECIAL: 100' waterfront lot  on beautiful Sakinaw L,eike,  Private, -seclnded with protected cove. Priced fov quipU sale  only $8,300. Don't miss this  one!  GIBSONS: Terrific view lot.  Large 60' x 200' x 60' * 150',  fronts on S. Fletcher-Hoadrac-  cess lane at the back, Veiy  well priced ��� for only $4,400,  See   this  today.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL*  Lively 2 br, home situated  in the heart of Gibsons^ Easy'  walking to shops, PQ, etc,  Terrific view, nicely 'fndisoap*  ed. Large kitchen, dining area  with built-in range and ovens,  Brick fireplace, well insulated  home with workshop in'basement. FP $20,000. Try ypur  down payment and terms7  CalJ LORRIE GIRARJ3, 886-  7244 or 886-7760  (eves,)  733M5  PARTICIPATE  AND SUPPORT YOUR  GOLF  CLUB  ROBERTS     CREEK:     Nicely  wooded  ac.   close   to  excel-  ' lent beach. All services available. Only $5,000. .      "**   -���  Better than 4 ac., good access to beach. Attractive 7 year  old liome features lge. Iiv.-din.  room facing view. Modern cab.  lcitchen with utility cove. 3  bdrms. Vanity bath, part bsmt.  '���' Terms on $23,900r ' --������-  ROBERTS   CREEK:   Southern  slope    acreage    with    Hwy.  frontage    and    view.    $14,000  with $5,000 down for 0 Vii ac.  GIBSONS: Only $7,000 gives  possession of O-T 3 bdrm.  home on- view pmp. Fireplace  in spacious living rm., family1  size kitchen, lge. sun room..  Full concrete bsmt., A-oil  heat and utility room. Lovely  garden. Full price only $15,500  and easy terms.  K. 3UTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPESJLNSUIjLANCE  Gibsons, B.C.'    -  Phone 886-2000  -.      MEMBER-  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  7341-45  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE .  Multiple Listing Service  Box  mill,   Gibsoiw,  B.C. |  SKCHELT-POIIPOISK    II A Y:  5   choice   acres   adjoining  a '  now Kiibdivisiou neai tin- wut-  or,   Roiul, lo  north  cud of  lot  lliriiiiginrHj HiibdiviHion  Walking dlntunco to the wnlur.  GIBSONS HOMES: Ah ,M,Wl -|  hod, liomu' on AIiIi'h Uond  'I'crril'ic view, liindficnpcd \n\\  and nil iitlritcivo new hunn-M  , nrnund, Finunclng ciui bo, ar-  rangud, a a  3 bed, homo, hh now, Full  liiiHcmonl nnd on n \\\eu Hat  lot. Thin l,i a vory ntlrnciivr  hoii-ui and uIomo lo all uI|I)Iu<m  and a vory nlco bnthliiK hmich  A'd'liiK   prion  only  f|i'.*ll,��()().  WATKHFRONT PIloi'lfillT -  IKSi ClIhHon'h Buy, lii)' iv(,ii-  ltiHi> 'hy 300' deep wljh II bud  hniiui, Prlco .11:11,1)111), (Olliin,),  '/.IIOIIKHTR CIIKJ'iK; MI.M, llll'  '' wnliirl'ront by nail' rloup, /\||  Hal and nicn hunch,  HOHKIITH (iHKK; Two llll  hinimi wllh niiritiigo, ' Very  eitiitriilly Icuillcd wllh llll) ii,  I'ronliiKo on, |invnd rmul, i!\\,w,  lo I'H), tiloro, illhniry nml bun  mop.. Wnlur, phoiin mul hy.ln,  Driveway and I'nrpurl, A vory  milliihln rolirniiionl  Ihhiu'. well,  prirnri iu -I*i o.nnfjr* **'���" " ���  ���llOIIKHTrt (JUISICKi Woll built  liunm wllh ono nxlrn Imko  llll hiiu.io. cuiild iwinlly hn mi-  Jai'Hinl, Uui|iilrcH noinn I'IhIhIi-'  hilt, hulili millrnly llvnnbln nn  In, Wnll liimilnUid, wllh ',','Mi  wlllni!, I'rii|iiuiii hnnlmiii nluvii,  fl'ld|(U nud IiiikiI of iiiiiilluiK  Wi wlll|"l)ull7, Climn in hniH'ii  oh,    FJ't 'imt^u,- ,()|'f��n,   mi,I  ll'l'lllll,  HMI.MA' I'AIIKi ThriHi nit  , hinimi ni) llli'liwiiy Ni'i, llll,  liOV.nl, Idimoil lot, nmni vinw,  I.iiiK'" LII, ��{ood Idlchcii and  ilinliili iircn, Oil lioat, ^iinil  vnlun   nl    it 111,11(111   wllh   only  .J.J.i!.'!!!! d!i\yiijiiid.Jj(!|,,;iiLii.|H!r.  ���'(���nl, Owiu-r him loll nri'ii imd  In niiHliiUh tn mill,  KtAl ESTATE (Cpntt)  ELEVATED undeveloped 10  acves within Village of Sechelt, , vesidentiail * location,  $16,000 cash. 'Bo* 6499, p/o  Peninsu'ft, Times, Boj*- 310,  Sechelt,.'       - 6499-tfn  MADEIRA Paris: 3 houses,- %  aqre, Highway 101, niinutes  tq  shopping  centre,' Sale  by  owner,  11^883-.2624,      7280-46 ���  CUTE, cottage, 1 bedroom.  ��� Large level lot, fruit trees  and landscaped, Municipal water. Principles only, To view,  885-2153 after 6;00 p.m.  7304-tfn  WATCH ; the boats drift by  heaMtifiil Gibsons waterfront home on tho bluff, 37  yearold 1,700 sq, ft. spaqious  3 bedroom ��� post and beam  home, one half coloured bath,  wall to wall throughout; built  in dishwasher, walnut, cab*  inet, raised hwth and massive stprie fireplace, enlarged  stmdeqli;,' " beautifully landscaped without removing the  wonderful -; setting of tyees.  View * lhe water" from every  room in house, By owners.  Phone 886^080 or write box  584, Qibsons B,C,    . 6850-tfn  GARDEN BAY: -New 2 bdrm.  bungalow    with    sweeping  view,  ITP $15,500,  Trade  and  terms.  BUILDING LOTS in new subdivision,   Some   with   lovely  views, Priced from $3,70,0.  REDROOFFS: One and one  half acres' overlooking Welcome Beach, secluded and private, yet close to every tiling  A nicely treed, property- with  water and power available.  $4,500 full price.  REDROOFFS: Here is a' 2  bdrm. home that's just perfect for summer or year i-ound  living. It boasts a lovely modem kitchenwith T built-in  range, charming living room  with nice outlook over well  kept lawns, shrubs and fruit  trees. This compact, easy to  maintain home is as neat as a  pm. See and make your offer.  FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, * OR TO VIEW  THESE PROPERTIES, CONTACT JO.CK HERMON at 883-  2745, MADEIRA PAR^K,,.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Gibsons  7350-45  CHARtES ENGLISH LTD,  Real Estate & Insurance  ****** *-"1r  Mi'inlxT  Vn/iciijivcr  Mi-ill  Ki.inti*  l hm i il  i     .i "Nowif"'Public  Llt'TlNUM  WANT***!)  VlncoProwor      * 8B6-9359  Wally Polorson     006-2Q77  lloX   'Ji'MI,   aibnoil-i,  B,0,  nwi-ii,  REAL ESTATE (Cont?  SECLUDED hut accessible by  good lane, 160 acres beautiful well elevated undeveloped property, year round  creek, some o,cean view, near  Secret Gove, *$fiQ,Q00, Will  accept some' terms, Box 310  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  ���      69814fu  BOATS Si ENGINES (Cont.) LEGAL NOTICES  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SPARE TIME' Income���Refilling and-^cottecting money-  from NEW TYPE high-quality  coin'Oporated dispensers in  your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 .to $2900 c-a,sh, Sever*, to twelve hours weekly  can n6l. excellent monthly ,10-  come, More full time, For pejy  sonal interview write CANA"-'  PENN DISTRIBUTING LTD,,  DEPT. A, 160 Bay St., Suite .  205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include  phone number.  7312-45  FOR RENT  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.   ��� Contact  Mrs.    Diane    Anderson,    885-  2385. 5455-tfn  HOUSEKEEP.    room,    warm,  clean,  private  entrance,  all  found, Working   gent.   Selma  Park. Ph, 885-9535.       7116-tfn  OCEANSIDE cottages at HalT  moon Bay. Winter rates to  responsible   couples.   No   pets  please. Ph. 885-9534.      7197-45  MADEIRA   Park    area���New "  deluxe, fully equipped units  available for monthly rental,  Sept. 15 thru May. 1 and 2  bdrms., $150 per month. References required. No children  or pets.' Write Box 7160 c/o  Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C. 7160-tfn  LARGE' house  for  rent,  Porpoise   Bay.   5   bedrooms,   3  bathrooms. $200 per month. F.  J. Whitcroft. Ph. 112-738-7165.  7224-tfn  WINTER acommodation available from September, Separate living rm. and bdrm. Bathroom with, shower. .Reasnable.  rates. At Lowe's, Madeira  Park Mote). Phone 883-2456.  Under new management.  7314-47  24 FT, fishboat with "C" Ho  ence.   25   hp  Qrey   Marine,.  Phone 883-2331. 7281-46  WANTED,' 10-12 ft, aluminum  or 0fihreg*lass   cartop   and  small : outboard, - Reasonable,  Ph, 886.7793. 7337-45  17 FT, sjx passenger Sang^.  stei-qraft. F*ibregla*3s hull  wUIkLIOj hp "inhoard-outboard  Volvo, Fully equipped and in  excellent condition, Box 675  Sechelt or phone 885-9340  evenings,, ' '* ' 7319-tfn  FOR SALE-rFast' 27 ft cabin  cruiser; Branrtlmayr design, bvrilt 1961, mahogany  lapstrake hull; ex. cond.  275 h.p, Chrysler Marine rebuilt 1970; head, galley, ice.  box, sounder etc. Phone 886-  7268. s0l3-tfn  SSimZi  TERRAWEND 11, 36; foot  steel, top of line Chris Craft.  Twin 185's, radiophone, Soun-'  der, Capac; "Autopilot, trim-  tabs, electric winch, Pressure,  H, W. Teak cockpit, Dinghy  and davits, New $35,000, best  offer to $15,000. Ph. 485-4073.  .   7327-47*  SELMA    Park  meeting.   Ph.  per  Hall.    $5  885-9437.  7343-tfn  BEDROOM   house   in  sons,  $100   per  month  1024.  Gib-  926-  7331-45  CARS & TRUCKS  SACRIFICE!   Must   sell   1971  Ford Pinto. Take over pay-,  ments. Phone 886-7211.  7247-45  'G5    CHEV    vans   6   cylinder,  $600.   Phone   886-2775.  7317-47  WANTED,    sports    car.    Will  trade  for motorcycle. Phone  885-2848. 7349-45  '62 CHEV pickup with chassis  mounted   camper.   115   inch  wheelbase,  6  cyl., 4 spd., HD  equip. Ph, 885-9352.      7347-47  16' DOUBLE Eagle, 55 hp Ev-  ini'ude, , New...,_1969,_. sleeper  sea,ts, full conv. lop, 2 gas  tanks, auxiliary motor bracket; located "Madeira Park area. Phone 883-2554, October 9  and 10 or Vancouver 731-5851  other days. 7328-45  BLACK    toy    female    poodle.  -���   1   year  old,   $50.   Ph.   885-  9797. * 7306-46  PART     Spaniel     puppies,     5  weelis old. Looking for kind  homes.  Ph.  885-2080.    7342-45  LIVESTOCK ' '  "'  mr**^*  FQRKT No. 1  LAND ACT'  NOTICE OF INTENTION TP  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  QF CROWN LANP  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situated  cast side of. Porpoise Bay at  Sechelt, B,��,���  Take notice that I, Bruce  Ley Crowston of Box 101, Sechelt, B-C��� occupaton Marine  Parks and Campsites owner,  intends to apply for a lease  of the following described  lands:'.  . Commencing at a post plan*  ted South-West corner of DL  1558 (north of and contiguous  to DL 1556); thence Westerly  500 feet; thence Northerly 500  feet; thence Easterly 500 feet;  thence Southerly 500 feet and  containing 5,74 acrs, miore.e-fl*�����.,.  less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is boat  launching, marina, mooring,  etc.  Porpoise .Bay Estates Ltd.,  Box 101, Seclrelt, B.C.  B. L, CROWSTON  Dated Sept. 20,  1971  7276-pub. Sept. 29, Oct, fl  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons,-B^,  WATERFONT! EUREKA RD,:  Two lots, level, good soil,  nice" trees, community water  service, WONDERFUL view.  $10,000  - $10,500,  Our number 880-2481  GOING! GOING! ALMOST  gone, those "farmetles" on  Pratt. Hoad, just two of ihom  16ft.' Each One 165 ft, UF by  600' deep, Hint's 2'/V ACHES  of clearing and PARKUKIC  WOObLAND, Village wator,  AND THE PRICE is $11,000 '.  $11,500, Cull now,  806-24(11  A PIIETTY V/IIITF 1IOUS1S In  GlIwniiK Villagn -(Iho Bay  area) und handy to aU anion-'  IticH, A fireplace' in the living  room, cheery bright kitchen,  dining area, two good ttWyxi  bedrooriiH, utc, .Yours for $7,000  down oil $1(1,1100 full 'price,  .IiihI rlln| lllltl-a-KII for any in-  format l"ii,  llll(l-20(lll  'y DAVIS Bay duplex suite, ,willi  ''���^iiview,- unfurnished or; partly.  furriisJVed�� Phone 885r966ai after 6 p.m. 7824-47  TWO;-1971 reg, Quarter FoaJ^a  7^pUi"i&K   slww^, pmspect^        ,{p^borne  .Also goodj^al liay^rf centif^ljf*!';  Deve  Farm. Phone _������  Koil Croiiliy  Jack WhlHi.  Jay VInner  HHH-SIM  Illiri-UIlOO  PUBLIC THUBTJSE  WHTATK RALE  Ad^  Tlm  Public, TruiiUm  on  mlHliflrHtni*   of   Iho   IOhIiiIo   of  Alhorl Alplioimo Lun|-(tvii> of-   hm. foi'   md"   Ihn  fniljuwlng  dmIiiIo |iro|)(irly:  Viuicduvnr AmhohhiiioiiI D|*i-  tr|(!lrJM II of Purcol ''��",  ,���������. Uliilrlut,J,4)l.;42l��(lI��Cli��)U|).��� I,.  Now W��mlinli|.lnUii' DIhIcIiiI,  J'Iiiii 1)7(13, lining en Dorhy  Jloud JmhL Off N(irll) Wrnil.  ���|*lny lloiid, H��Mt||oll( M,C���  "For H"lu" Hlgn domUmI,  in?!  T'lxu't ((Iniml) i)ii:i,:m  11171 'Ati*i<-iimn��ii!H ((Innnnd)  'Lund L  ���I'lM.oo  '"* DOHli'iihlO" iinlmprovnd lot,  lrro/<ul/ir nUo, upjirox. 7��'��<lh'  wlilo x .'lOir'x .'Kill' limn. Should  I ki Hood holdlni'In vuHtnuuil until wnUir uvnilMhlu unil huIi-  dlvliilmi hdovv In I'urllmi' ��l��vn-  Innod, WrllU'll oIUhh I'nr Ihlii  prupciiy will I'"' rncdlvnd !>,V  Iho undornlKiiml up lo (1*00  li.lli,   nil   KtldMy,   Oiilnhm'   !"!*,  - j uy |rNo - roproMonl a tlonit   mn  miKhi wllli twi*(*"I In Hm ������n-'. ,  dlllun nf or lliln  l����  Ui���� P'"-  o.trly, Tlm liliil)"��i ��r ciiy of-*  Um*' unl   lli,��:��n��"i'll,V' nc^'pbiil,  Ciinl) prnfniriKl' Imi tnrinM linl  'l'n**i'r>rt'i'iii'<rn y^nr emmWwwir-  Njt nffwnnd��n- fSl,V����.���� ' wjll ,  ho n)iinl(|��'i'(!d,   ,  .    Cllnlon  W, Fnol",  Public Triinlp,  li;in    nurrmd    Rlr��nl,  VuiK'otivor I. ��� n,C,  ll'liniin  I1IH-II3I1)  .   , ,    73III.4B  MOBILE HOME SPACE  Available Immedigtely  Maximum size 12x42 no children or dogs please,.  ..    BIG MAPLE  TRAILER PARK  Phone 885-9513  Also     travel     trailer     spucus  available by tlio month'. '  WANTED TO RENT  1-2  jiliDROOM homo  in Gibsons or Jloborls CreoK  urea  fnr   Nov,   lnt,   Stiml-fiirnlshcd  or  furniHhei'l  by 'ii young  ru-  sponsiblo  hu.iinessman,   Phono  1111(1-7551  afler OiOl! .n.m.........  V32II-45  MOBILE HOMES  DO U H LlFw khi"7(KhH^i)dn'(ir  Kiilo; JJomoiiHlrulloi) iiuxlul,  Miuil nod io iiiipriKilaUi, Quality  Iniiltr many foaturcN not found -  hi nl horn, ryluy hn financed, Tu  vlow, plioiui ''lillfi-aif)!! al'lor il  p,in,- 7oiir)-:m  ������..���_��J_������ ���- *JJn^  1'oomn, (!(ini|)l(ilii' willi, HhM<  lug and ii In id 11 nn 11 uwnliil!.  Only 2 youm old, IMionoJIIIil-  7,1117,     ������  ' .      a        70(l(l��,ll'n  FOIt' miio  ll'  x iiii'   iiurliiiily  fiiriiiiiluid   m ii I) 11 o   homo,  $2.(100, J'hoiio lllll.-IIIMII), i  ()|Sl!j iiiolilliijioinn -t|>iii.!ii iiyiilj-,^,  .hIiIu,1""' ll'l/T M Mpl (V    f fi-iVI JiiF *r  Purlt,    Wllhon   (!ni(i|i,    I'hoiin  Hiifi* HRia, 72'iri-ifii,  (lllxia llfHIHir'lruilor,"(iuixwl'J  Inn miidci, Low down !>",Vr  nidnr nud   liilm  iiviu*   llm  rii-  niiiliilni!   iHiyiiiiuilii,   l-li,   HHfit  DOIil or 11110,77711, 'i;m-'UI  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  i;V FT, Irullor, Hli!ii|>/i ;i - 4, Iii  /moll i'<-|ifl|liuii,>i|i(l7l)l Apiily  In C, M, Hylmn, Ihiiinh Avn��� Ihi-  horlii Ci'iwli,. PJionn ll!i-lll|ll"  2074, ,      ���>  ,    ,7M-I0-'III  POATS & ENG?NIS  III    FT,   ,(I|uhh|iiiiv   I'IIi-thIiid-i  hull  with I'lthln, no niuliir,  $f|0ill,  Hmllly'ii  Mnrliiii,  I'lmno  bale, Brushwood  686-2160.  NOTICE   OF   APPLICATION  TO   THE  PUBLIC  UTILITIES COMMISSION  NOTICE is hereby*given by  Osborne Logging Co. Ltd. that  an application has been made  to the Public Utilities Commission of British Columbia  for a certificate of public convenience and necessity for the  proposed construction and operation of a waterworks distribution system to serve residents in the area of DL 1509,  Group 1, NWD, Plan 14072  Any person wishing further  information in connection, with  this application should apply  directily to Osborne Logging  Co. Ltd., Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.  By direction of the Public  Utilities Commission, any objections to t*h i s application  are to be forwarded to the  Secretary, P u.b I i c -. Utilities  Commission, 620 View Street,  Victoria, British Columbia, to  be in his hands on or before  .pclobtir 23, 1071,  Logging Co. Ltd,  Development  Division  7208-46  7326-pub, Oct, ,6, 1071  LOST  FOR SALE  PAIR liorn rininiod dark glasses   in   lilack   clip  on   case.  Lost , Sechelt   area   2   months  iltfn.   Ph.   8115-0045,        7315-45*  JO" PHILCO Townhouse B &  W   portable   TV,   As   new,  $100,   (Getting   color), ��� Phoijo  665-01172, ,  7264-46  llllll-7711.  iia  VOIHI-Ifn  T  FT,   ()|lliii-ll-n-  "cr,*.;'���-?*" f* '"   ..^.A^JIiVrr-j^  'rSrynfitr ni'iiwii",'"'" iiuiniilcr, "  iinnd rnnilhlon; 'I'ljutod wllli"'  Ik'iiIiiii /mining gciir; unn |uii'<<<  rln/j rii'lno 05. x 10 futhiinimii  2 md pnudH, f)r�� iinlnn wlni'h  fiultuhlo visumd 40 fl, or mora,  Phono ilil'K',;i;ifl nr write IIok  (Jiirdon Buy,  P,0���,  IIV,, ,  7:ii:i-47.  r*~- ���"��� "���'*���!  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  2328  vlow,  GIBSONS No,  Now 3 bedroom homo, over 1200 sq, ft., wjth sea ond Islami  Full' boiomonl, oil hooted hot water, qutomotlc oil furnace, and  onsullq hath, basement roughod In ' and plumbed for second  suite, moM of material lo finish, Double carport and paved clrlva,  .f. I 8,000,00 in handle, Call J, G, Warn, 806-2681 eves,  SCCI-IIIl-T *~;        ,,- : ""* ~ No, 2264  $10,000,00 down on 419,000,00 total for 3 bedroom homo In  centre ol Socholt Vllloao, ("nil hnsomonl, double carport apd boat  (sho||ui! Call'J, G, Worn. 006-2681 uvob,     '  SELMA I'ARK" ~ ~     7" 'No. 2317  lixcollonb lol 78'xlSO', Qnl'ol Mreot, Hahlly trearl, 1|>25000,00  down; bpln'hcb'nl >65,00 pur month ot B'/li%, Pull Prico ^.5000,  N��w homos ollher sldo, Call Jack Vyo**''. 886-2681  ovos,  juyvANCK   '        -���~~    ���'--^   - ^ 23q|  Your c'haiicu |or 0 4 year old collao"' ^n'Wo'w loi In choice summer  1 homo  nreo,: Short   wnlk  to swlmmlna  ami  hnn!   launch, Only  $2500,00 down; pnymonls ol $90,00 on balance of  $4500,00,  Hydro   and   water  Installed,  Call  Jack  Worn,   886-2681   evbs,  5ECI-IRUT V1LLAGI-"~""',""~"~ "" , , No, 23)6  Only $20,500 cash'for rr hrnnd ' now 3 bud mom nil olocnic  homo on a full basement, Lortio level |o|, close (0 shopping  coniro, Wo may Im uhlu jo help you will) n inorlgnau, To v|uw  coll Dun llnddon, flfl!>-9h(J4 ��vus, '    7  WI'ST SliCI-IBLT  Mobllu homo s||o; l.anje lol, 75k29Sv  No, 2296  1/3 ,f.;|enrn<| and well dii(j,  iy,  Cosh  prlcu  (j|i|y   $2,6b0,  Pan  Hadden,  llyiliO  and   phono  0859504 ovui-,  5I:I.:MA I'APK "^      ' No, 2302  ���W(ill ...nioli.ilnin��(.lj:,vlovv_l:iu(iiu^wllha|.n)flny.JuniHr��A��.pii.Jiiroukcurnuf-u-��  |ol, Sundiaicl' over cnrpori, ilrlvowny ' (mul and hock, bnnrirai/i  24*30 woiI'Miop, |:u|ly Insulnlod house has 4 bedrooms, % (|rq.  'plnro'N, Wnll lo wnll r.aipul, ouin/oll liuni, ond n |o|al o| 2,400  feel op 7, flours, Tiy $| 5,000 down and n.'hunk moiloouo or  $20,000 down and nn Auronnmnl, Pon lloddmi, 6(l!).9!i()4 uvos,  HOIIIil' IS CKIHK ,  ~ *^~" ' Nn, 2330'  Immaculate Iwo hndinom homo on hiHiullfully landf-wiped |o|,  Near l'nhnrh�� Cieek sKuu and hunch, Op payml mod, IM',  WJ,liQQ, C, R, Gollwrcolo, fl(IA./0|b.  TiinsoNS*"'   '   "~   ���~~~" ���   ���  '���''"" t-\o,'7w !"  Small vncriiil lol, lluohsiruciml view of Ifnwa Sound, All nqrvlCdii,  Nunr, Monih mid Posi 0|ll';��', 17', $3,300 luiiiis,       '   '  KOIiniriS CKI;|*|<  T'w��lvu   ncioi.    hl(jhway . nccuhti,   Aiii)|(i>i,   llirim  riomla  Mimhrirly Mnpu,  IM',   $|7,500,  Coll C,  8116-7015,  No, 1819  ���naus cluiiieil,  \., Gaihmiolu,  CilllSONS  AllPKllVfl tWII  ,mu.  I,  No, 5261  iMidiooin iinrnn, huml'iul livinn room; w/w coinm-  .Hln,,.^^f'0H'J,''l!' l'llfl)��'.n1piii��l*iinn.lii,JAJiililH..cnriioi.i.-i.uyi.|..  I Inilltolidd Ini,. (.(my wnlkinu tllnlnncii lo utoies,   '*'  rnlluiii honio1'lor mliiuil counln. I- 0      couple,  . ,     .,      b   lb   (III   IIA-  $16,/()(), C.'.l', (i(ithiiii;u|u,  UHA./01 li,  ���      /SSK 10|<OU|< lillil; CATALOGUE0|* PI.'AI, f.STAII;  Oox  120, Sacholt  AGENCIES LTD.  Phonq flfl!i-2235  -.1  a.  1 W^JMMg**WUy*yWW',WgMWl^i��^' WDIHW'WHI1 Uifp^i.i^ffW|PMW)ji  Sg.^gBee��S��SSgi��SSg  **.**> 109 wwiw.ww.*umw*w  TTV>..1  ���if-J*****  Zq&.* *�� ^f^^i.^**-^  +��,0*00*0l*0��   *A��l0   t  * "V^ ���)>    ^   ^^'^V^*fJ���^l'-*l!-'W^l^���l,*,  >,\ t  *   lfcj��|Me7*> 10lr**f.   0(r, 0  mmam p^^wy^^iwtjpwit��*fwiww^jw��y  *L*   ,  * .*       * 00, '>  0tH!0<mvq^JB^mim��f^v'��w}^ ^m^mmmiirf  0*%  imi^imxmimi>0mm#tv*vmBm#mri J"  i  .^"���^���^-S'X-f*;.V,-...\.yAv. * '*  v-M  MlAv  ���it*-- . .\  i   i  '-, ��   �����    ,*, . , ,       V** ^d*1".   7^  ���     ���      - .    ���     - ';   v*'- *--^r\^   '  1   I (  I      t  ',1   !v     (   I   I   1   V        I   *  I        I  FOR SAIrE (CqnHnued)  FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR SALE (ConttyMad)  WANTEP TO piJY  STAMPS   on   approval.   Pick    SEE the wonderful new Qlyjn-<    PUR    coatV embRsjsed    Lamb'   DOUBLE   pistpn   well   pupip  vour own fiom loi�� nf an n,.        v,ir. Qw,.,��� aA*i v..*.*.       r..^u    knqka   ^Inb'"'shawl        wanted.   Preferabjy ' Beatly  E^pluSiye .'European    310.  Phone  885-2014  -<��� 5c, K,   Oee, 4515 Joyce Ave,,  Powell River,, BQ.       7242-45  pLBlCTftQLVX Salea antl Service.  Bob  Wallliam. "Phone  oar��-a87a osaa-tfn   ' -J       -  J 1   ������ _. ��� ������  |1P IT'S suits - it's Morgana  885-1*330, Sephelt, B C  '    8893-tfn  NEW Vi" x 1" iq gm,ge w*v  wne 12" wide, 2Qc tt, V2'' x  14 gauge galv wne 48"  Wide $1 ft J Ideal i,ue foi  3creening soil) Ph . 885-9427       7282-48  TJSED   doors,   windows,   asst,  budding material, tiles and  plumbing    1592   Sargent "Rd  Gibsons 7321-45  at the Times bpoK store. Un-   gollar,  believably priced st $W.5Q. styling. inte^ted, principals,  Phone Sechelt 885-90&4. , �� oniy, $i5Q. Wflte Bo* W c-o  1 7205-44 Peninsula "Times, Bqx 310, Se-  Phelt- ,      * 7344-45  7297-4(5  W  NEW  and  used  rnpinrcycies,  350 cc Honda, ftftt CC Tu-  umph, flo ->o Jawa, sp <jc and  70 cc  llondas,  Paits apd service Sunshine Hondo, 885-2848  7348-45  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Faint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ������  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971). LTD.  Plione 886-0303, Gibsons, B C.  AL,L   channel    TV    antenna  wanted   865,98fU.      73P7-44  'li "J 11 HI n��)i 1 ij 1  . REALTY LTD.  6550 E   HASTINGS ST  UAKEFRONT CABIN ,     *  On Gordon Bay Lk , requires some finishing  An exceptionn! good  buy at $7800 FT"  with only $1800 cln  GARDCN BAY  4 yr  old I 100 sq  ft   home with bsmt  sfe    Loc   on semi w f. lot.  $7,000 dn on offers to $26,500 ,  50'xl60'   Bldg.   lot.  CLOSE TO MARINA  Ideal   for   summer   cabin   or   trailer "only.  $2700. F.P.  *     ESTATE-, .SALE      ,  5-1   gc.   lots   in   Sechelt  village.  Myst  be   sojd.  offer refused.  No   reasonable  ONLY THE HIGHWAY SEPARATES THIS LOVELY VIEW  Acreage from an excellent pebble beach in West Sechelt. $��,000 ���  ���     dh��� boj. at 6%.    . "_  SANDY HOOK '  4.36 acs. fronting on 2 roads. Thi*Hs (nognificent view property;  Asking $10,000. But don't hesifqre tp make an offer,  WATERFRONT LQT  Flat- and - fevel as a  billiard  table  with  excellent pebble  beadle  Only $12,500 F.P, This won't last long! M.L.S.  ������-   G. KNOWLES  298-0541  or 291-2881  EN,roy \h& 1 winter evenings  Vt-ading ��Pr. *3pusi*- hook  with your children. Or Unwind in t'ip-WWPW'*, U'f*r  watha, Chilcjien Literature.  New and exuding Ji p b b|*y  bonks on order. Tirnes Boniest 01 e, Sechelt. Ph, 885-9G54  720(i-42  KILLER Wbaile prive-in, Ma-  deiva Park If sold tlus week  $6,000. Year round operation  feasihle Phpne 883-2525 , between 11 am   and 7pm  7345-45  GE REFRIGERATOR, auto~cb7-  tiost     Excellent    condition,  $05    885-9803   attpr    10   am  staiting Saturday,    *    7332-45  PRESSURE  pump  and "holcT-  ing tank   886-1)879.    7330-47  21   INCH  Viking  TV   Perfect  woiking oidur  .$70   Ph   886-  9397 7323-47  OMKQA  2V��x3W   or  4x5  en-  largen. Graf hie  11   view Pa���-  mera   4x5-  Box   4fiU,   Sechelt,  M.0 7303-47  WHITE   SPACE  ATTRACTS  ATTENTION ��� USE IT  TUPPEUWARJS, Sylvia Spam  Phone 886-7085 7322-45  Poes Your Club oi Group tepo.rt.it**.  Activities Regularly to The Times?  the* P^nii��siila Time* Pase A-&  Wednestjoy^Qcraber 6, 1971  lood mus  1  e jfflQtciie  |T  lakp,-!  al]   typps  o.f  bipod  (loftqrs  to  provide   th6   vayipus   type^   o|   l^lppc^  reriuiieil  Out nf any 100 donors 40 h'WP Q  blood, 42 liave A blood", 9 have B* 3 \\n\o  AB. 85 have RU positive apd l'i haye  R|I negative-  A number qf tests rflust be cppipleted,  in the hospital' Jaboi a toi y before blood  can be found that is safe for the patient.  Fust, the cells p��. both the donor and  the patient ITiust be tested to be sui-e"  that they aie the same group Secondly,  the donor's blood and the patienVs blqofl  must be cross-matched to see if ihey are  compatible- This is done by mixing in  a tesl-lube jsoine led colls liom the d,P*npr  wilh seuim liom the patient if the cells  do not clump, the dopoi blood is said  to lu- (-i>nip>'ihle and transfusion of tliis^  b|ood will *-,c sate for the patient If they"  clump, it is incompatible and transfusjon  will bo dangerous  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sun<|a3y School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service -���11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTP!"* REV. S. eAS5ELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arhutui  12 b|pc|t% ��in ifr��|iii Highway)  Mr. anc| Mrs, R. K. Baba  ,_     .    ��� photo  by   Peninsula  Pliqlographers  Baba-Bwcinsori  Guests from Holland attend  colow^  mom HARBOUR  TABERNACiM  (ynd'-nominfltionni)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND "WILE CLASS  9:45 ^M-  Madeira Pari* Jr. 8EJ3-2374  CHWK<?H SiRVlCETTrl 1 ;00 A.M,  Pqstor Rev, Walter S. Ackroyd  TRAVELLING to Canada .. from . their  home in Enschede, Holland, Mr. and  Mrs. H. Bovenius attended the ve'fy be-  eauiiful wedding ceremony which united  in marriage  their granddaughteiy Trudy  bride's late grandmother. White roses and  red  carnations  formed table  decorations  . for1 the guests.  .Master   of   ceremonies     was ' Mr.   J.-  Nbi'dih, great uncle of "the "bride. Uncle of  Elaine'Swanson and Mr. Ronald Kiyome     the bride, Mr. Alt' Sbephard proposed the  ���Baba,   on   September   18th,   1971    in   St-     toast lo the bride.  "-/���*  ,*���   ^i  ***���-��� 3  I 4  -M  1  .1    i  )':K  I I    !     ���  I-  J^y%.  VJi  WVSi\v  .ya-'s  yy  f>a  7 *fV  ,;i  ht^X-'**     '   a,"   * ������>>->     f'     ���  f,   'HrKoti' *-l'K  Ai ������  >*/\ ' i i  A an t*i  ^Ay  s-JJl'J\ -��� ~s''^'*-  0* r^XF-Sa i*<; 3* * i\  ���"'���'��� y^'\,K, ** "J  0 **,�����., >y    vsj)  ���<*'  * *  Bartholomew's    Anglican    Church,   Gibsons, B.C.  The bride is the eldest daughter of  Mr and Mrs. Len H. Swanson of Gil)sons,  and the groom is the son "of Mr. and Mi's:  Kohei Baba of Roberts Creek, B.C.  Decorated by the Altar. Guild, -the..  church made a lovely setting for the af-  Urnoon wedding, with beautiful arrange-  . meats of red and white dahlias and gladiolus and white pompom chrysanthe-  nuims. Reverend Ph Brown officiated at  the double, ring ceremony. Organist Mi  Win Haley played "Laura" the Jove theme  from Dr! Zhivago and also the Jove theme  from Rpmeo and Juliet,  ("iyen in marriage by her father the  bride was 'enchanting in her Empire  styled gown of silk velvet with sprays  pf gulpei-e lace applique and hatching,  hqoded, }png sleeveless coat also with  Jape applique. Her vyaisl lepgth veil of  M]\i pel. with" guipure lace trim was held  in place by a rose spray and she carried  a cascading houquel of red velvet roses  apd while'ennmtinns fastened lo a prayer bonk;  Maid of hnnnr was Miss I^ran Volen,  .long time school, liiondof the..brJdu���.anfi  'bridosrii)nlt(" wii8 lhe bride's sister' Jah-  ne|)e Swanson, Uolji \yoro long soft  g|-een JSnipiro Htylc.l dresses of petui (le-  Hoio' wiHi vyliiie n^lnn ribbon liim and  The wedding cake was served by the'  bride and the groom, the bride wearing  a. very lovely Japanese kimono, belonging  to the groom's mother and made1 in Japan  by the groom's aunt-  For the very, happy occasion, Mrs.  Swanson chose a light blue coat and  dress ensemble of shantung with {patching hat, black patent leathei accessaries  and corsage ol sweelh,eait loses, apd pjjij^  camatiqns.  Mis Baba phose a pink *^nd white  diesb and coal ensemble of shantung with  silver accessories a,nd-corsage of g^rcjenias  and p|pk caruatipns. ,   ���-.-��� ���-' s ,,-,,,,  The bride gave part of her bouquet:  to l)er grand'hot'ier to take back tq floi-  lanc-J. Janiiette Swanson caught the nther  part of the bouquet. Tlie bride's youngest sister, Peggy Swanson looked after  tlie guest book.  For the honeymoon which was spent  at Whistler Mountain in CJaribaldi Park,  the bride ch'tlnge'cl' into navy blue slaPl's   ���;  .and cape ensemble witli red patent lea-   Iber accessories and a red velvet rose  and while carnation corsage, The young  couple will reside al Gower Point in'  Qlhsnns.   ,   ."���".,������       , ��� .. ",  Oi|t-o|'-|own    gnosis    included t|ni  bride's  nui|ernal   grandparenls   lytr.   ancj  Mrs,  It,  Bovenius  from  Holland;  Mr,  J2,  .  Qiisiavson,   Mr.   n.   iNo'rdhi   from   Van  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's Uriited Church . pavhi Bqy  Sutndgy Services - S!:30 q.LVO,  Roberts Creek United  '   "Suhdgy Ser^jices r:2:3Qp^n1r  Gibsons United Clturch  Sundqy Services - 11: i| 5 q.m.  Pt��rt Mellon United  Sundgy Serviees 7 7:30 p.fn.  (?nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Willigmsan 7 Gjtisqn!- ��� 8f*672333  33]  The AngHsa!! Chiiirsh  of Canada ���  SERVICES  ST. HIUDAi SECHELT  Every Sunday'at 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.'  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE, REDROOFFS  2nd $ 4'h ^-inday; In tbo month af  1 3:00 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR AR��A  1ft & 3rd Sundqy; in t|io month at  2:00 p.m,  ..   .EQJytpHT ; ���'*. ������-.-  \*\ & 3rd SMridays in \\\* niontli st  ���     4:00 p.rn.     ���-.'  . ^  Pr|e?t:, Rev, P, f orpple, fipS-9*f93  mnjciliinjj whiu; bands in \\)q\r"Mv ��...<.-om,AW, Mi. A, ^mn^lX} w, m(i ��rs, A,  carried cresiioul bouquets ol  while daisy -   - ��� --    '���  mums apd. while 0111 nations. Klower girl,  If.ybu'ro looKlna boyoncl today,  plan ahead with Canada Savings  Bojids. They're Ihe go-ahead way  Ay  Paoy lo Buy: Yom can buy them  three different ways; for cash  Where you -work, banK or Invest;  on Instalments through the  Payroll 9nvlngs Plan where you  work; or on Instalments through  the Monthly Savings Plan where  you pank or invost,  Simple lo Cnoh: Canada Savings  Bonds aro ,oold, hard o/ish -  Instantly, They qan be redeemed  any tlmo'flt their full fhoe value  Qpod |p KaophCanoda Savings  Bonds aro B0fe,,Thpy're backed  hyallthorosouroonbf  Canada nnd thoy pay  good, Interest r yewr after year,  (slew Canada Savings Bonds yield  nfl ayocageofjyj 9y9:a,yeaf yy heji  heidtomatMrlty.THoy'reavali^      "  In amounts from ffiBO MP to a limit ,  pf $60,000,     7.  Each $100' Bond begins with  !f>r>,7G interest for the first year,  pays $6,76 Interost for the second  year, pays $7,60 Interest for each  of the next ffvo yearn, and then  pays $7,7S Intent for each of  the last two yearn,  On top of this you pan earn  Intorost on your Interest and  rjnake eaph 1100.00 grow to  ���W7M\\)\u**.l$ym**," "'"   "   Canada.Ba^lnaa Bonds are good   today, bottpi* tomorrow, They're  Canada"*? most popular personal"  Investment, Look ahead!  ^ Qo ahoadi Buy Canada ,  Bavlnqa Bopdsr  Kathy Bnbn, nieco of l|ie i.*rnnm. wiih  'dressed jn n lnnjj' Rni|*ilro Hlyjo''li'nw'h of  red velvet, wilh dui.sy luco trim, whllo  volvol a**ib|i()i) in hor luiir, und i.nrriod a  IiiihUoI of wJiilij (Inlay mums wllh rod  volvol Irim,  Mr, Knri Muliu, binlhnr nf llio mi'ooiii  wuh bonl man. Unborn worn Wnynn Hwiin-  min, hrnllioi; ol' Iho lirl.lo und llnliori Unlin,  hriiihoi-i ni' iim upHiin,,,     '   '  I'otioplion wins hold'ii| (!u��n .Miii'lhHJ*'.  w|*ni'o a dnlloloiiii Hiiini'iuiKlionl dlumir  wuh Hnrvud, Hilvor Inluy, oryislul I'undlo-  , hnldurn b(-lon��dnB lo |ho brldo'ti lute  Mnu.rlninlhor urniKid the bond Inbln in-  /(uthnr with iiiViin/'ninnnlH of whllu duinloH  "lid pniliiinin nuiniK, Tlm wncldlnii ouKn  Nd'od |).V'l|i�� mnllior of the brido middo-  enrulod liy Mrs, I., Hu/thOH, frlondK of tho  ijrnurn'H I'unilly wnn pluood on u'milium I'u  Inbln   on   liii'i)  '(dull)     IxdnilHlllH   hi   il��o  Shepluird, Poii�� and PuUi, Ml'��, M. She-  nhni'fl, Mr. 'did Mrs,��� H, Maniyama, Mr.  , S, Mui'iiyiuiiii froni Hurreyv Mr, and .Mrs.  M. KiiKitwu. Mr.s, 1C. Kui,(uw*i. Mr, I. Ya-  munito; from Aldurf-rovi!* MrH, M, Vnma-  iidhl, Mrs, N, Nui'iibn, Mr, und Mrs, 11,  Muiluiwu 1'roinllurniiby! Mr, upd lylrn, Q,  Opo, lyllw" '.!'. lliiiin, Co(|u|lluiii 'apd Mr,  uiicj- Mi'H. o, oiiipiipiiii frfmTThruihliipit,  Baptist Church Services  BITim BAPTIST CHM^H  MermqM gncl Trqll/ 5eche|t  ��� SMndqy SchpPl lO.OQg.rrv  , Morning Vyprship tl:)5<im.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Pd., Qibspn?  .     SMnday School 9;45 qpi,  Evening WorsliipZiQQ p,m?  Pastor, Robert Al'aby  (883-2809)  A'.WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YQU,  .w*0f.af*^MWMr'***t*a%FX,  avetago annual Interest to maturity  J,  V.0.0S0*.  **��� * -a-. ���  ��,*>. fc  mmswmmm  mm CHAIN SAWS  .'MTTUS'QNtiS AMD  DIG OWES  1 ' it        ' > i  '-From  TO  "��"  AXEp �� AXE HANDLES  WEPGES iind GAS CANS  "   *iiitUpONfT FORGET~'  WE WINTIRI1E  ANP , .'r  CHAII SAW CEITRt  COWRIE STRRRT  8859626  1  SEC MELT AGENCIES. DATE PA��  ��� 1h,3 free romlndor of comlna oyonl? 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A A  A A  A. ^ *. 0*. ^Ai^JiiiliO^I*,*^,*!**!*^***!!!*!**    *i *���  0**r**-  ������  ���**��� .J*-,*��������� ,^- *** L*.  ���  f|   . -  j0., ,**��� ,*^nt-, J*L.^__lflijJ^1.tL J*-.fl^JIUjOlJI]* �� f i.  M-Jf 4Jtlj.  i  ���:��� *  ^** m  \4   J  i  ��� **,  '; .00.A-. "...-f.i-^ftV CA *���*�����.-->! *+*  .r 0*i   -0..  '���ft  \     Z.r'-J       '  *���    ^.-*f^'  -**. Av^  -7/j^.y^' J 1  -. i  (  K '  ? 1  J'  To Hon. Pan Campbell  .ems s  ���   f  ' ELPHINSTONE!   'Secondary   S c h p o 1' s    that tlie people are boxed in their ve-  grade 12 general business class "presented a .brief at last week's public meeting sponsored by the West Gibsons  Heights Ratepayers' Association and attended by the'Hon. Dan**Campbell and  the Hon. Isabel Dawson.  Introducing spokesman for the group,  chairman oi the West Gibsons, Heights  Ratepayers, Mr. Die** Derby observed  that it is geneially o|a>r people \yhp attend ratepayers meetings. In an attempt  to involve younger people, Mr, Derby approached the secondary scjiool and although the students weie given short  ' notice, they had drawn up a brie|7  Qrade 13 students Bill Skellett and  Stanley Owen read the brief and presented "copies to both ministers; Contents  are as follows:  This topic is not solely directed to  the Hdnonrablc Mr. .Campbell*., but va-  ther to the Honourable Mr. Campbell, the  Honourable Mrs. Dawson, and .all tbe  people of our community, ;  . I an) hf*l'e* on hehalf of Elphinstnne's  General Business 12 class to discuss the  public's poor communication .with our  government. The topics we feel that need'  to be approached are the inadequate and"  inefficient ferry services, the transient  purchase of pur land, the position of the  police in our community, and the nonexistent recreatlooarl~&entre,  ���    FERRI6��  " We would like to start off with tlie  B.C, jferriea; it being the only means of  ���    transportation to the mainland.*  The present system with the larger  ferry has slowed down the transporta-  t4on-��onsiderably. On the ojd system the  ferries were small, but. with the" two  running and a stop every half hour, it was  a  more efficient  run for all  concerned,  The price remained the same even  though the service got worse, We feel  that special* rates should be made for  commuters, as they find.it very expensive to make tlie dailly or weelcly trips  back^rn^fdi-ti*iva,I?8sses would be an ad-  - - vantage for the hurried passenger, who  wpu|d just present the pass when boarding. In this way, too, the ticket agent  could push through more cars and thus  avoid some of the unnecessary line-ups  that often cause people to miss the ferries  and wait, two hours for another one.  The cafeteria service doesn't need to  be questioned. The liamburgers made at  14 a.m. ape���still-- being sold at 2 p.m.  Tlie cafeteria closes 15 minutes after it  opens; some, of the women staff members  dispose of the dished and trot down to  thq crew rooms for the remaining 40 minute!, ^*ji^*~with. the stale doughnuts and  petrified-pies, it's a "Wonder how the passengers make it off tlie ship.  On lioliday wepltends the terries are  loaded until "lhe cargjare packed so tightly.  hicles.   This alone, is against the law, and ���  if   an   emergency -arose   the   passengers  would panic'and such complications could  cause a disaster,  The Gibsons to Langdale line-ups are  also.a potential hazard. Discussion? by the-  Chamber of Commerce have brought out  the possible dangers in the event of a  fire or bad accident in the Langdale-  Hopkins area. These line-ups., also prevent residents from having access to their  drive-ways.  We have seen ' from these last few  holidays that things haven't improved or  have we ��� seen any effort to have these  conditions   rectified.  A smaller boat, such as.the Langdale  ..Queen with*'a minimal crew should be  put on a weekend late night run between  Langdale and Horseshoe Bay, This would  enable people to attend rock concerts and  hookey games and still get home.  Although we realize that about 5  years ago, an extra run was tried without success, it must be remembered the  people must have time to become accustomed ..to this extra run and a trial  period of one or two runs certainly isn't  sufficient   to  establish   its   merits.  More people now reside on the Sunshine Coast and.,the inconvenience of the  present ferry schedule is now even more  acute. If it is impossible for an economic-  solution on the part of the B.C. Ferries,  perhaps somie serious thought should be  given to completion of the road from  Port Mellon to. Squamish, in order to give  our residents fair aceess to Vancouver.  While this road may constitute" a more  lengthy journey it would still be very  nice not to" have to rely on the ferries inadequate service and be put in tbe extremely uncomfortable position of isolation due to aggravating strikes, whether  well founded or not.  Pa<jp A-6 The PonJnonlti Tlmoa  Wednesday,, October 6�� .1971  munity as it is quiet, with na activity "'  at all. i  They vote 'down any imprpvenr-pnts  planned, especially ones concerning  schools. They don,i"^*Ji"e_a*mjqtroTri*"whcrois~  because their children attend very modern onto in town. And the last thing they  want is higher tajces. These people ave of -  very little help to the community as a  whole. They buy up the best properties,  making it quite imRossible for resdepts  to afford them. They contribute x\q service and are holding back the advancements of the community. Instead of having business thrive tor 2 summer months,  permanent ��� people could be living op  those lots that are interested in boosting the economy of our community.  POLICE  The third topic we wish to discyss is  the RCMP:  There are a number of people in  every community who criticize and put  down the police, this goes for young  and old alike, and-y?e are sure they all-  know what a mess wje would be in if  there wasn't a- police force. However,  there are good and bad people in every  walk of life, including the RCMP.  The RCMP are demanding our respect  as citizens, but, this has got to work both  ways. Police wonder why they are called  such names as "pigs", when they are  constantly giving innocent people dirty,  -stispecting, glances and coming into a  dance and destroying a happy atmopshere  with their blinding flash-lights and rude  attitudes,  - ��� ���  We fqe.l they should show more cpfl-  ceru for people instead" of using tlie.U'  _auth,ority ,m minor- incidents such as;  n Hassling hitch-hikers, and the,people  who; pick,them.up,j  2) telling people which side of the-street   t'o-walk-on-and-if~it's-late-��t_nightr-  aslting them what they're doing, where  they've going and why. J\ >'  There seems to be prejudice,-against  the youth of the area which makes, it  awfully unpleasant seeing we both have  as much right as the other jn our community. We feel/if they were a bit more  human- and a , lot less, suspecting' and  demanding, everyone would ^et along  much hetter,  RECREATION  Finally, we would like to discuss the  recreation facilities of the SunshineXo��is,t.  For the past four years, the Recreation  Commission has been in the process pf  "saying"' they were gping to build a Recreation Center at Roberts Creek cpnstst-  ing of;  l.an ice arena  2. a mezzanine auditorium  3. senior citizens facilities   _  4. arts and crafts  5. a Picnic area  6. and a riding club  The completion date of this center  was set for this September 30. So you  can see that there is pnly one day left  and as yet nothing has been done.  Another -distiict-; Was granted a large*  loan from ' the Federal and Provincial  Government at a low finterest rate. Would  it be possible  for the  Recreation Com  mission on th> Sunshine,,Coast *tp get points to1 your aiteotiPTV we have, $om  suplv a ipanj If bo,' what procedure do our part in letting you knpw ho**>Y l'ie  we need to go through tp receive it, ' stddenls of Elphtpstpni ��ee.J. Only'with.  'Q.Q00 peqple would benefit from this* your help, can, anything'be done about,  centev.       " ���    , < these faults.'   .< ' ,/, ���. I v   *  A|ong"with the incomplete Recreation __. 1 ������ "..^ ' 7 , -���-   ���  Centev there are several other areas that     Por Quick' Rtt��uUii l!tt^Time�� Adbriefa  7-rieed improvement-and questioning. For- -��---���"���������^*��� :^���i* ���_. ,__   :._���_  .example:  ��� 1, The.�� tennis, epurt in Lower Gibsqns  ' is in very poor condition and needs immediate repair, If the mqney was spent  to build such a court surely it could be  kept in repair._se_jt was usable.  We I planned for a swimming pool- for  , pui,- Centennial* Project, but all we got  was a shuffle*board and wading popl.  The" shuffle board is usually locked up  ���and the swimming pool is used quite  frequently by dogs, birds and some children! '   Te|l me, hpw many people are about  to offer their time and energy on the  Repvpalipn Center, when they" worked  hfU'd, for a swimming pool and were let  down.  We hope that our time in making this  report   lias   been   worthwhile,   We   hope  tliat  you   will  consider   the   points   we  .���-have made and that something may- come  of them, We feel that by bringing these  l*v.'  * j ���  T  290 W, frd, Ave,     '*  ���     Vancouver h 10; -B-C,  ;������;",;.; y['.W$$0j  Annual campaign  any froiii all if alks  donate to  an  TRANSIENTS  The topic we wish to discuss secondly is the transient population of our community.        ,. ,--,,-,-,,  ;;,,...,,.,a..  .,:;r;.,,.:,,-   During the summer and especially on  long weekends the ferry is always running full. The people leaving the Peninsula are fewer than, ones coming to Langdale. Watcliing the ferry traffic, you'd  wonder wliere they'll al) reside. Very few  stop in' Gibsons, most drive.towards and- nics,.  pass   Sechelt   to   their   summer   cottages. In  BLOOD Donor Clinics will be Jield this  year in Sechelt Tuesday October 12th.  and Gibsons; Friday October 15th. Num- ~  ber of donors has diminished in recent  years but this year the Hospital Auxiliaries have launched a combined drive  in order to revitalize interest in this important   pVoject...-,- -,-..-,-���, 1-vV  Ifis noted that-no-one over 65 years  is allowed to give blood, neither are girls  under, the age of 18.  Every day of the year thousands of  Canadians come forward voluntarily and  give their blood at Red Cross donor cli-  a- brief   half  hour   they  give   the  Most of these cottages are located at  Gower Point, Sandy hook, Halfmoon Bay,  etc. ���  They occupy these cottages at the  most, 3 or 4 months out of a year. Driving  past in the winter, you'll hardly see one  Jiouse occupied, except for the few that  manage to afford one, and- they are usually retired people These transients come  up, relax, and try to forget about their  problems of tl)'- city. They like this com-  "gift "ef life. They mak^ this anonymous  gesture without thought of recompense.  Their one intention is to help their fellow man.  Blood "dpnors of Canada come from  every walk of life. They are men, women  and young people of many races, many  creeds and varied political opinions.  Their generosity and willingness to,  share their good health has been the key  factor in the success of the Canadian Red  Cross Blood Transfusion Service over so  many years/  The   number   of   patients   wlio "have  benefitted by this unique Red Cross service   now   runs   into   the   millions.   The t  number df  lives saved  cannot l3e estimated.   Countless   others   have   had   their  health  restored,. Tl^usands   of, newbpjrn^  babies have been given the chance for a���  normal, healthy life,  The collection of blood is a big job.  The -vehicles < travel more than a million  miles over the highways and byways of  every province every year to collect approx imately 900,000 bottles of bipod.  Tbe Canadian Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service assures ,the patient that  ample supplies of whole blood and blood  products "are always available. There is  no charge for the blood needed for transfusion therapy and there is no demand  for replacement. The gift of blood one  gives'at the Red Cross donor clinic is  distributed at no cost to the1 patient.  In the years to come there will be  more uses for bipod. Every donation will  be a gift of life.  All "The Luv Paint" products are quality guaranteed,  nnd carry the' ��eal of quality approval,. "The Luv  faint" is a first-quality national professional  decorator brand of paint. You w��uld expect to pay a  premium price for this outstanding quality, but  because we made it just for you, the hprpelover,  you'irfind It attractively priced, Buy "Luv" now by  the quart, by the gallon. Paint on the b-aauty of  Buy It at  ia  !M#R S H ALIitWE LliS  Sechelt  Phone 885-9828  zmzz  ���Vynywfiwwmjyws  ca  \j  \ZJ  r,>.,   tf     y   ���      *]  ft**.   - % M  >���>.- t,r.,r,M  >1< S  .,, AJ  v.*J.'.  ('.  *y.  A  I* wi*}  ififtH  J\J  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  ciru A  osmla  This Appeal Sponsored as-p Community Service by:  JACKSON BROS. LOGGING (0. LID.  WILSON CREEK  (REEK BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  "$P$ONS - SECHELT  KRllSE DRUG STORES LTD.  SECHELT -GIPSONS  SECHELT WESTERN DRUG!  ,.,;_ ,_,_.���.l.,l;���5ECHIlLT....:..,.���L, r^j.  ledical Clink ol Gibsons and Sechell  SUNSHINE COAST LIONS CLUB  ���"-���     *     ���- -- ���: GIBSONS              I'   a   a      '  ��� l ,  SHOP-EASY STORi  SECHELT  lAN'S RED & WHITE  w_^.ll ,_,,i.. SECHELT���   fi  r*k  ' ;-; W  IK  RED CROSS BLQOD DONOR CLINIC INFORMATION  216 units of blood used from th�� Rod Cross Blood Bank on Sunshine Coast  40 units donated at Scsch^lt last year.  o-one over 65 years is allowed to give Mood and no girls under IS years  " ������ ���'' ���:.  of age,'  ,     '.    , :,-      ���' "' ��� ���"','   l^lWIrtiililllpWllllllMWiMI^^  uesday, uctoper  iday,October  2>  I  5  rijii  w/,. * .,*   - 2'^a'm A ��� A2 " "��� Jl   / u ', V' /  "��� * ' *���'���?* % j>' % ** n* # %* m a"- 4 *j n*i�� *V^#j**^*^*^*i(��fr's��*i����������*��  i *      ��� f  * t> ,   , -i p r* ��� f ��f   < * jf ^ i  | ,.. .1,   ,.������������,������ I. ay...��� ... r..|...-,. ���r��� ,.j|   ���i -| i ii ��� 11 ��� ��� 11    ���   in ���i���ir- n|-|iiTi im n    in twm. m ininn nm��ni n i*in i..ll|iiiiiu.i  m>!00i>*to'**tK**w*m m n*tetfita0i,fym ^ ^  *�����*�����*��*' #*���* -V >t*^f   t &    i   t    $   f ��  ���#>  $ ��n ^s^^*#t^^��*MNli*<i**r#* 4   ��    *- ifs-J       i.s*. ,     tr     il    '  d    << ��� ? 7 f"   rt **> *t.  f, 0in,v0im*<&,' **w-*��^ ���* w��*" *" W* i  nit*,*?***    # * 4 *    �� f 4,-r"  i' * *���' '-*,  -JJ, rj.   ���   *. 0-  -     ���* *        ,r\0.    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Wednesday, October 6, 1971
Branch i-%0 Royal Canadian Legion
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COMMUTE!*: tickets on We BC. Ferries \yithin the next 2-3 weeks on the sec-
will be available to permanent f\yl\' tipn between Sechelt and Eaji's Cove,
time resident of ^e Sunshine Coast and in iepjy to numernus questipns ^con-
iull details, are expected shortly ,pn this,, pernrng ihe proposed Qibsons by-pass,
said MLA Hon. Isabe^-pawson whep she ,she'said that she has leceiyed no word
attended last week's public meeting ip on ,t> gj,e promised to look into the cnndi- ,
Gibsons. tipn pf the ip.a.d at Twin Creeks and nu-
Approximately   15Q   people    attended merous other  Utile by-rpads,
the meeting sponsaied by the West Gib-
spns Heights Iitatepayeib Association apd QRAVEIh
'chaired by,piesident Mr. Dick Dei by. Questioned   on   the  prnppsed    grayel
Mis. jaiwson'in   reply   to   questions NhWg operation which was rejected by
concerning reconstruction ot highway 10X U'<-* ^e6Jonal Board after more than ?00
between Earl's.Cove and Langdale, paid 'Pe°Ple   and     organisations   petitioned
that a mx lane highway had never heen Sgainst lt. The Hon.  Dan Campbell re-
mentioned   She said   the existing High-, at/lnmed Pievious statements that tbere
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Door? ppen 8;00 o\yn*,—. Pqncjng 9:00 p.rn. to 1:00 a.ir*.
1    A-l-njssjpn $2.50 Refreshments Served
now closed Mi Campbell said he is pot
suie but the Depaitment of Lands won't
change its decision unless the Regional
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Planning    Committee    member    Mr
Cliff Gilker expressed the need foi moie
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formation especially  irom  the Depart: "<W °^ Maggie a y o u Q g H#PWr   h.ev humm Ppret^ker*?.  Ti> ^pung
mission neep's assistance, service and in-
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Evenings qt 6 p.m,
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Starts 11 p,m. Out approx. 2:00 a.m.
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merit of Highways which seems to be ■ s^l at tlie VancQuver Aqw^riurff afh-   seal was fpttnd as an abandoned PUP ■»
a power unto themselves and-Hhe^ Re- P^al tq soft-hearted aquarium V*s>   by a fisherman at peep Cove near
gional District is nn cpncern of theirs torf.  Actually  MaggiP  has  lots Qf   Vancouver a year agQ-
unless there is a CPnfrpntatiqn. Also the -^-^——    —— r—-r—-—   .. ......:< -...._ —     -     -r^   , — ... ,..    -rr---.
planning commission had been promised
but never yet received a i?ppy pf land use
inventory information.
Mr. Campbell observed that the land
Use inventory information is not a land
Use map or a zoning map and d°es not
mean..as muph as had been imported
'to him. Jle said this informatipn is available to regienal districts on request.
AA.Regarding land use and controlled access half a mile either "side Of an intersection, and designated or stated highway, regulation may be the responsibility
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THE   27th   SERI1S5   of  Panada   Savings by Regional D)fectp?-iGeorgea Sberwood of
Bonds has been launched.                ^ Vancouver, will set up the plan through-
Twenty seven years have passed since, Q"t the province and the Yulton.
of Dept. of highways bui legislation  is    following the laSt war, Canada's #yprite ,
designed that there wil be consultation                  ■ A. . *.            ..'■ ,  ■',„„*„„<**  mi,0 k
at the technical level.                                   Brings vducle was first introduce^. The |^
.1.  There are ^nstaftces where a depprt,.. bon^^ helped with Canada's rebaMb^ipn
ment has the statutory power to move after the war and are now a sy»h^pl of
in and usurp any existing regulation. For tjirifr for Canadians/    '
example  the* Minister  of Healtli  or  the m, u    a i„ t,.„™ r\r,tn\*^
Medical Health officer when  he finds a T^e nevf ^^ m s?ye flom °^
pirpblem   injurious  tp   health    has   such 4.  w^1  return a favorable annual yigld
ppwer.. -**---. .   ■   " of 7.19 per pent When held for tbo nine
years to maturity.
Interest rates for "annual cpupons a*-e
5% per cent for the first year, 6% for the
second, TV* for the next five and 1% Sor
Activities Regulgrlytg Th§ Times?
Pmder Hi-lites
-by Cindy Hqrris    lhe last two years.
f\ cpinpOHnd interest feature will PFP-
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fl Jfilphmstpne tP,pay volleyl^ll   Junior .^^r'&f a $100 bond wpuld receive $18'
\Wm were successful winning two out clfNovembei- 1  1080
of .Unco games/lprl,  JM, R-1S, Seniors 0l\^    • ^ •'    ,       7 .,    •   ,,
did not do so well,  they, lost two  out T|ri-f mo§t Wfjely sold security in Can-
pf three 12-15* 5-16, 15-{J, iac|a, and important source., of borrowed
A ieturiVmatch to be played at Pen- tof?  ff   ^f  Moral  government,  will
der  Harbour  Secondary  (School, on   Qc- '^M* Mjo oW features: they m be .ash-
ipher 7 h after school, e4 a"y Mm? tor fppe- value plus in crest,
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PAPMINTQN staHlments  through banks, and  from  in-
J3udniinlop  Started    Monday  October vestment cjeqjers and trust and loan com?
411),  tJuiioi:**  (i-fl ■ p.m.  Atiults  8-10   jJ.ni. panjes.
' There w»!l al§o"l>* a Thlirsday evening ,.:     Again, more than 5,000 companies will
se^ipn foi; JMnlors ff-7.30 p,ih. m\ie the payroll savings plan available
J>JEW TEACHER ;—-"• to employeuti. Last year $032,000 wprkers
.      'Our  Itoino  Economics  teacher,  Mrs, pwrcbased4j83 million this way, ■■**■■
I.aird   has   left,   We   are   expecting   her In fyC, aWji of nine investment doa-
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}////f//////0W///W ���j;  a-*^**,-**^   -*.  fikA  hi  t ���'...  S       *   r  *'   t  B-2 Thcf Peninsula Tlmei   Wednesday,' October 6, 1971  '"       0*m,   -"I1    " ,�����'����������� ����.MHwim����<M����ii mifiiwMinimi ~iiim  Sec/ie/t Notes  ���by Peggy Connor  1 A REAL heartwarming house warming  sJ-iow'ev Cor the Stevo MaeDonald's was  held at Mr, and Mrs. He-n Lang's last  week. The June Jlre in the house the  MaeDoTuikl's were living ih at Wilson  Creek, wiped out aU their household  goods. Now thoy wnjl bo moving into a  new,mobile home on tho same site.  Mrs. Louise Lang-witji the.able assistance of 'Mrs, Mary Gordon, Mrs. Phyllis  ParHev, Mrs. Billie Steele and other  friends hosted the shower with 17 wony*  en present and gifts from others unable  to attend, With the many beautiful gifts ,  received by Mrs, Connie MaeDonald there  was no duplication, ���  Winners of contents were Mrs, Peggy  Thompson, Mrs. Lee' Redman and Mrs,  Phyllis Parker.  Tuesday a bus load of 89. ladies journeyed to Mission to tour the Abbey"Seminary of ���'Christ the Right". Mrs, Kay  Nelson with other St. Hilda's parish members: organised the trip and ladies came  from all over the Peninsula and the rest  of the Sunshine Coast.  The Abbey has been on top of the hill  at Mission for eight years. Time enough  . for-ilve ivy to cover a great deal of the  walls and at this time of the year a beautiful sight as it turns 'color. The view  from here up the valley was glorious,  with a low mist to give added enchantment, the artistic murals on th*** walls as  well as other works . done. by the young  priests \vefe~most impressive,  Mr, and Mrs. Ken and Paula Griffiths took Paula's folks, Mr. and Mrs.'  Dave McNutt on a week's trip to the  Peace {liver dam and Edmonton. At Mara  Lake they visited Mrs. MpN-utt'-s sister,  ', Mr. and Mrs. Plunkett and at Grand Forks  , a cousin Mr. and Mrs. John and Shirley  Cl^rk and children,  -���'���--���-���Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sawyer are back  after a trip to the Okanagan, "visiting  many old friends from this area. At Vernon, it was former Halfmoon Bay friends  Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and Ethel Niemi.  Kelowna it was Mr. and MrsrWm. Wright  formerly from Davis Bay;: Mrs: Wright  had suffered a bad fall and broke her'  liip but was beginning to-get back on  her feet with the aid of a walker.  They managed to track down the daughter of friends from Powell River, Mr.  and Mrs. Bill and Madge McGillveray, to  'find that these worthy friends were also  visiting in Kelowna at the same time  with their daughter whose husband' is  ���-���-P^an of tlie College, Mr. and Mrs. Mcleod, v  The Sechelt Brownie LA meeting will  be at the home of Mrs. Diane Benner,  Wednesday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. AU members  old and hew are welcome.  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary members  are reminded that tickets for the Nov.  13 Carribean Smorgasbord are on sale at  the Oct, 14 meeting,-���.,  The Sechelt Chiefs soccer team tied  the New Westminster Spurs 0-0 on their  home grounds Sat., Oct, 2. Next weelc  they will play the.Gyi's (Greater Vancouver Italians) team al Teh'plelon Park  in Vancouver, which should be a good  ' match.  The Renegades beat the Tigers 3-0 in  lhe   game   in   Vancouver  and   Ihis   lnsf  Sunday thoy played Curlings on The Sechelt grounds..Thin game thoy last,' -score  '���   -1-2 I'nr Curlings! .'  The 'Royal Canadian Legion Branch  No, MO 1-A sent Iwo delegates 1�� llie  Zone Meeiing at Vaniiudu, Texada is- '  land,' Mrs, Ted Surlttcri mid Mrs, Lou'lo'  Hansen. Also along whm_Mr.s. Alice Unl-  ' ch(��lor nnd Mi's, Elsie Pastor,  '���'���" iiyimniwiiiain iu��miiiiiii����mM  Watch1 and Jewelry  Repairs  Specialty *,  ill  Fine  Jewelry  and Gifts  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Socholt, B.C.  ���   r   i *  Lir\rL,L���.lww. rn.ib**,L*UQ,..VK0IU*J��v,V, I >"H"M("1WI 'WlWtW'J ' '   S1*   ��*'  \ J>  October lat to IBth , . .  'iniliililiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiismiHiuinHiiHiiiHinTTiii'  \ \r i  I       ��� 0  i *        rt  \  i *  s     1  ���.I,  Ir"  Local C.MXB. canvassers -. -J  launch two week fund drive  s  i* v  i     *  '  ��� ft  * 1  i.  ���v    \^��s��*-"*i*^~*"  u���ft�����.-*.-���A ��� ���**    W-   '  Mr. and Mrs. John R. Service ^ ' ;S  ���photo  by   Peninsula  Photographers  Gibsons church . . ,  Pretty evening wedding  unites Service-Procknow  CANVASSERS for the Canadian National  Institute for the Blind are presently  engaged in a-canvass nf the area anil will  continue'to OetoheV l��th, CNIB is one  of the more worthy caiwes to which thp  public is asked Jo donate each year and  your support is urgently needed,  Mrs.   Margaret   Larnh  pf   Sephelt   is  again chairman of the campaign and sub-:  mits the following example, of the type  of service provided by CNIB,  Sally was a cute one��yeaivqlc( *,yith  blend hair and large blue eyes, Like  most one-year-olds she was climbing over  furniture and pnqopihg into cupboards  and drawers. What was different about  Sa|ly was that her big blue eyes olid  not see objects very clearly.  Her parents often noticed her blinking excessively and-rubbing her eyes so  Ihey wisely took Sally to their family  doctor who referred her to an eye specialist in Vancouver for extensive tests. They  would take fouv days which would mean  hotel bills and pther expenses for Sally's  father--whose Income as a janitor only  met the family's'day tp day needs. As  Ihe Doctor was aware ef the .family's  linaneia| position he contacted The Ca-  ��� nadian National Institute for the Blind  lor assistance. A CNH3 worker arranged  11asportation for Sally and her mother  to come to Vancouver for the lour days  and stay af Queen Elizabeth Hall, the  CNIB residence far the blind.  While Sally underwent extensive eye  examinations and tests her mother was  discussing with a CNIB worker the prob-  Ifius which might arise in'"raising hei*-  diiughter. The development of a blind  child is the same as any sighted child.  The difference is that a blind child must  be stimulated with sounds. He must be encouraged to e*Hplpre the things around,  lum as the child must use his hands to  gain knowledge of the shapes and sizes  of objects.  The blind child  cannot  copy  paients or older brothers and sisters irt  lying shoelaces, putting on a sweater or  using a knife and fork,  While In Vancouver, Sally'*? mother  attended a meeting of parents of blind  children where these and other pt-pblems  wore discussed, -A trip that began With  tear and appirehension ended with hope  for the future,  PUudhess. could be black for Sally  and her parents but for the encouragement given by the CNIB worker., Let's  make, it light by supporting the CNIP  local campaign for funds in this community. '  SPECIAL MUGS!  !  Nothing ever built arose to touch the  skies unless some man dreamed that it  ���should, some man believed that it could,  and some man willed that it must.  s  E  Pastor Wm Layzell  OF VANCOUVER  ���j       Experienced pastor and Teacher and  International Speaker shortly leaving  for Africa, long term  ���,.  AT  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  GOWER POINT ROAD .  Wednesday* Thursday,    ��  Friday,  October 6,  7,  8  at 8 p.m.   .  PASTOR NANCY PYKES  1 Phone 886-2660  riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!  f.  mn0H0v**000u*W0*,**00at**0m0mamvm*i^M  RADIANT in  a crinoline style  gown of  Chantilly  lace, Carol Lynn Procknow  became   the   bride   of  Mr.   John   Ronald  Service on August  14 in Gibsons United  Church.  The bride is the only daughter of Mr.  . and Mrs. Norman I. Procknow of Selma  Park, B.C.  and the groom  is  the son of  Mrs.  Olivia  Porter of North  Vancouver,  B.C.  Rev. James Williamson officiated at  the evening ceremony, organist was Mrs.  *Mae Freer. .  Given in marriage by lier father, the  bride looked enchanting in her wedding  gown of Chantilly -lace with fitted waisi,  high collar and sheer lily point sleeves,  the crinoline skirt featured four layers  of lace and swept into a train at the  back. Her bouffant veil was held by a  coronet of flowers and she carried a spray  of yellow roses with trailing yellow ribbons and love knots, on a bible.'  The bridal attendants were, Mary  Quarry, Matron of Honor; Miss Linda  Wowk, Maid of Honor and Miss Beverley  Service, bridesmaid. They wore" pant  dresses, featuring floral print pants.with  sashes and,satin crepe tops of yellow,  green and white. Headdresses wore wide  brimmed floppy hats of sheerest white  mohair and their bouquets were 'noso-  i gays of ynllow chrysanthemums \ijilh  'ribbons. '       "  Mr. Sandy  Gibb was liest man and  ushers were pimi* Sutherland and Barry  Procknow, The nu-'c- nllim 'featured  whiti* dinner ,, Jnclcijts wllli blncK pin  Htrlpo. and yellow cliryminlhi'inuiii  ti'iiinloVefi,  Jvlnri-   Ihun    ono   hundred' ninl  guostti   ulU'iiilcd   lhe   riH'Dptlon   hcl  Hohertn, CrueU   Community   llnll  wns  gully derorutt'd  with  ynllnw,  885-2421  ���,�����>���������������������,.T���1���i,*"irrrri"irinirtiniii"Tr��TTriinn.'>MrJi  hoii-  nn y  d in  which  ... liior-n  nnd whlto strciiiiu-rti, 'Pnlilc i-citli'iM were  white daisies. ,surrounded with laurel  itnd cedar houghs and tho bridal luhln  was " cent red with lhe nxqulHlli, Unco  I hired cul'o decoriili'd wllh yellow rn-icn  and green' leaven mul flnnlu'd hy  nuidiuM  In crynlal  ciiiuleluhrn,  Mr. Kellh Wright wnn Muster of (Vic  iimnlfw nnd   also   proposed   llio   lontV  the hiidc a ������     ,  Mm,   1-roi'l'now   wnn   ("hiirinlngly   nl-  tired hi a pink  I'iirlrnl A-IInn iilcevelimn  yellow  o  dress   with   mauve   orchid   corsage.   The  mother   of   the   groom   was   attractively  gowned   in   aqua   marine   cotton, eyelet  lace,   sleeveless     dress   with   matching'  jacket* and pink rose corsage,  For the honeymoon spent in the Interior regions of British Columbia, the  bride wore a purple fitted hot-pants suit.  The young couple have made their  home at 4960 Sanders, Burnaby 1, B.C.  and Carol who graduated in 'February  of this year is continuing with her duties  as   psychiatric   nurse   at   Essondale.  The many relatives and friends who  attended the wedding travelled from  various points including Edmonton, Re-  gina, Vancouver. Island and Vancouver,  B.C.  Surprise bridal shower  honours Margrit Himmel  BRIDAL shower surprise was held at the  home of Mrs, Margaret Del hut for  Miss Mnrgrll Ilimmei whose m'ariiuge to  Mr, Gary Billingsley takes place on ���Saturday, October 0th.  The bride-to-be was led to n decorated chair npd presented with a forsuge  by tlio hostess, Mrs. Ilanneli- llimnu'l  was presented with a corsage by her daughter Theresa Himmel, and Mrs. Alice  BilllingHloy was presented with flacnrwigu  by her daughter Dayle RleJierl.  A laundry basket, doctoral ed in pink  and while theme was-'overflowing''"with  many useful gifls,' ("Junius were played,  llie winiHMH.Jiehig Mesdainen Jean Wood,  Dnris Wing, I'ili.en Evans, l-*v Chappi-ll  and MInh Theresn Hinmiol,  Olhei'H present ware: Musdnnii-s Wendy  Hlool, Cay NolTiun, Nnrnut Mrancn, Nnncy  llcnd, Hurl lloiiHloy, Ilea HWiuison, Vnye  Hansen, Margaret Lamb, Bnrhnrn Wall  ers, Belly l.nldlnw, Phyllis Handl'iird, ami  Miss Ursul/i llhiininl, Unable to., attend  but Handing gilts ytovo Mendames Mn'rli'  Montgomery, Vlvlci.i Ueoven mul (livleu  Clirlnllunnon,  Hefri'Mliinonlii wern served hy Iho  ens, aniihli'il hy Theri'MU and llrmila  ini'l und Unyle Hloborl,'  Murgrlt thunked overyonn for  111 11 ii nnd nil priuient wImIhuI her  hiipplne-is hi lhn fuluie,  +00*.  wmmwm mwi&  wnnwwwiiwimiwM*  IMYGREIM  SALES  (1971) pro.  DEALER In GIDSONS  On  ll.o Wl.nrl - U06-V3O3  Qiinlliy' llfuwi nnd'Mnrln"  -     .        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Coolliifl,  A linnl wiinrlno nlkyd onnrri��| Im Innkln or  iiiiiniilit ami on wnnd nnd i;(i|ir,iiilii Mnlnnm,  fwml*|irlmlno,   nlloyv   nyornliihl   dry   |i(>|wn��>n  r.iuih,  Dp��prlpllim--'iinyno---ni--nhnYP,**ir'',lf''prlnilnn*''>Vll|r  now wood uHiiiilly M'i|Hlilivu two fon|n,  Dcmrrlptlnn on niulnr riHlnrlor podurpi, ftnll-;  prlminn wiilvrmw Wood ii��im||y Hiquirinn two  ronlrS, .1  .      i    .       ���  Pnrrh nnd  floor  Lnninnl  Ufl-jrrlpllnn  monin  ns  nhnvn,   lioK-prlnilnfj  On  rniKinln nud wood ,llnri|ii, <  NBXT WWK���BHTBRIOR PRODUCTS RECOMMENDATIONS  TWIN CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLfES  Your  Gllddon I'nlnm  Don I or.,  'Twp Locatlon��  to aorva  yow  ,.���,��� SunihlriiQ Coatt  ....^........^...^HlghwoK. .   ���  GIBSONS  006-2291  3KV*lj.K|L I  005-2260    ,  *  fl  "t1 f  y ,"',   t �� " ^m?1-'*^**-*'1 f ��'*��-^i"rn�� mw* ^m<^#^ m-"m^>>0i*^'^^  m *nmnBn*vm*m0m9mmm*^vmm00mmw���mmttmtm0i*mm���mi*+mmimvm. m wmilw t  . 1     f  immmum*mmmm0m*m**mm  mamm  TETRAHEDRON  GENERAL MEETING  OCTOBER  14th  at 8 p.m.  GIBSONS ATHLETIC -"-**  ASSOCIATION HALL  Phone 886-7004 or 886-9539  EVERYONE WELCOME  0m0m,0000m00*0*0m0u0000U0m0^0m0m0000m00m000m,  Agree  Ja&Shirts  5   o   o   o   e  With Climate  Cowrie Street Sechelt  MMtJUMUUUUMyUtM'WUMkMaiMHk  MM  A  host.  llllll  Ilii'tV'  llllillll  ll  .Phi! Gnalnrdl ban boon naked by tho PremlGr to help you find njol*).  It you aali tho ftoo numbor you will not tlio Provincial Alllnnop  of BuslnoflsmoiVH offlco. You will bo Burprisod to find pooplo who  really want to holp you find n Job, no mnltor what your ago,  Thoy will Inkoyour nanio, addrosH and olhor par.llculnra.df you can't;  roach tho nbovo numbor, call your noaror.l Social Afifllnlnnbo offIbo.  Top priorlly will bo filvon to unoinplo'yod youna pooplo undoi 10  yoaro of nno, .  It may roqulro ra-trnlnlnck you In n trado of your oholoo.  It will roqulro a oonulno dn'filro on your part to not off pulillo nnnln^  nnco anci onn Job,  Wn'ro nahlnn nil novornmont dopnrlmonin, Indontry, himlnono and  labor ornn'nlzallonn lo cilvo ua oomplolo obopornllon In holplno you  to ho|p yoiiiwpn, "  Wo know you don't iiko unomploymont, Go tnko aclvdnlaQQ of thla  poiiltlvo nlnrtiiiid lolu din In ojicl upt lolllna*   .J^.^.^..^^..^.^^  Who known..��� - , --,,  ft  v  mm  n  ��S@.  2J@[rQ  V*  ftnnlnnnl nirnclor^ n.'N. Dolmonloo  I'lillOnnlnnll  'Yuur Mlnlolor ol I lulifjbllHntlon*  <)&mti*^>m*i($^^  ���if,.     " ���    J-  ��, it* *0wi&Mtt*m>*^^ l��*J��-Ww* ��*   $ \t X- *  *�� 4 n^*^^*$i^i$}^^b!i^i^ r***^  *k/*-m  r  r *rt   **  -*Trk   rt-PW   * *    -J The Peninsula Times Page 6-3
Wednesday, October 6, 1971
Around Gibsons
—-by Marion Chbrman
FASTOJl   Hut;,   l.ayzell,   piosently   nun-
istprjna tit   Glad  Tiding*?  Tahprhacle,
,C|o\VPi   Point  Vhwicl, Clilisons, is n mnn ot
lioh   BXjiorlonofi  nnd ■huining .yibion   in
the Lord's Worl' over 25 yonrs.
Previous to Cull-lime servtqe, lie min-
:.. i^terecl* «sii layman (while n suc'c-fiBsful
. V*li.tines8 mnn) in the Peptocnstal**qhurches
in Ontario, Jn 104(1 he.came In Uie W«5st -
(Joast arid after a very real spiritual conflict he accepted a full-time pastorate hi
Mission City and lajer In Vancouver at
Qlad Tidings Temple where he knew
continuous revival.
After 22 years of tireless efforts and
.- leaving a living example for the younger ministers to follow in his steps, he <
retired October 11)70 from actively pastor-
inij the Temple. The work had grown
tremendously both here at home untrtli--
Missionary endeavour' on the Foreign
"•"U^lf-, namely Uganda, Africa, Taiwan,
the Arctic and other .places. Lay/ell is
well Uncfwn for his radio voice constantly
- Since his retirement he has travelled
and preached in many places in'Canada,
the States and in foreign lands. Not content with retirement as such and with
Missionary vision still aflame, he and his
faithful wife (now senior citizens) plan
to leave these shores later this jnonth
for Africa where they will travel through
-many remote areas with a trailer, taking
the glad news of the Gospel to many.
They will he away a few years and may
God's Blessings be theirs. "Hats off" to
such as these!
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland have returned from a month's holiday. They visited former local residents-the R. S\va-
ljeys in the Pentictun area. The HolJaivds
went to Fen-iie, Cranbrook, 100 lylile
House etc. At Williams Lake they spent
some time "with iKeir "son-in-law and
daughter, Gill and Cathy Yochlowitz.and
children, who on the lllth of this nymtlv
will be moving to Sparwood a new town
12 miles north- of Ferine. At Prince
George the -Hollands- were guests of ■"■F-red~
and Pearl Feeney for 3 clays. Mr. Holland
attended the PWA Convention.
CHAPTER MEETING                        *        '   '
When Mrs. Doris Diiunmond motored-
to Merrill to, attend a Eastern Star Chapter ..Meeting,, she, was   accompanied   by	
Mrs. Zoe Eades, Mrs. Swan and Mrs. .,
Parker. The ladies enjoyed a trip through
tire Okanagan Valley before returning
home. The weather was pleasant and the
colorful trees resplendent in their Autumn beauty.
Mr. Frank Solnik accompanied Mr-
and Mrs. Carl Gust op a camping and
fishing trip to Chilcotin Lake where they
spent 4 clays. Mr. Solnik •slopped off at.
Kamloops to visit his daughter.
Mr- and Mrs. Gust, taking hack roads
lo better enjoy the beautiful countryside,
visited Williams Lake, Lytton, Lillooet,
Lone Rule and then travelled to Arrow
Lakes. At Keremeos they saw Nurm
Burton a former Pratt Road resident.
He is yery well. Mr. and Mrs. Gust visited
Hope where they had formerly |ivc*d and
- iv&re guests of Mr, -Gust's relatives nt
Uosednle nnd Sardis.
Five ludies from the Cnlhnlic Church'
in Gibsons nnd Iwo Gibsons Anglicnns
along with ladies from lhe Catholic and
Anglian 'Churches in Sechell, enjoyed
a Irip nrrnnged hy the Anglican women
of Sechelt who chartered a bus lo Iho
JJitnudicliiin Abbey nl I\1InhIciii on Tues-
iluy of IiinI. 'w\ifil(, '      > '  - ■    •    ■
Thin mill' suppoi'liiig iiiHliliilion is
riioditrii mid although Ihe dny ho dreary
Hillside, lln.- interior is bright. Up lo if'il'o
rnli'd'iii'i pnlnl lugs sown lo ennui lo life,
Tho Iniidwiipliin.iirounil Wenlininnler Ab-"
liny Ih biiniilil'ul nud lhe v|ow niiignifi-
I'linl. All Is pliiin nnd simplii bill very
Impressive nnd lhere li-r n high hell-tower,
The -10 Indies from lhe,Sunshine Const
Who were Inlu'p on It eondurti.il lour,,
found II IliOHl ii|lereslin/|i, Pi'IuhI'm nre
, tinlneil lhere nnd sliidles 'were in mm-
Hluii no lhn cliinHiuumn were nut shown,
however lhn Indies vhiwml Ihu ilurinl--
luiln., lli'iri'iul.-i urn Imlil lhere nl iill
liirmil (linos,,  ' . ' .
Thu piuly hml dinner In MIhhIoii mul
the jiiiiriiey liunm piisHcii i|i'iii'kly wllh nil
imrlii'ljinlliig  hi  n   liniipy  tdiig Hiiiig,
Mr. mill Mm, Mickey I'lii'Hi.y npnnl u
lev duyn nl  llnrrlHon Unl  Sprhigii,
Welcuiiin   lu   (JIliHiiiin,   Mr,   mid   Mih,
(Irll'fln -who nioveil burn I rum MIhh'Iiiii.
MrH, A. Lngnii limn Nmlh Vmiciiiivur
wim iiiinnl of Imr iiliilui' Mi'n, J, 11, Myi.rn
UtllMflTlH   lllll'll, ,     ,
Al'lnr v'lnlliiiK rnlnllvim liuni, Clnrniicii
(.•link  Iiiii. rnlui'iinil  lo lyinrrlll   wlmrn Im
*»i»  < li'liilinr  ll.  worn Hlniiloy  mul   funny
Iiynnn (lieu Ciildwiill) Hliililm,
The Meiiiioiillu Yniilh ('hulr from
Murnnliy vlnllln/i nl Hm |'upl|nl ('hiiii'h,
f'nrk llnml I'or n Muwl/i.v iil'li'i'iimm wiifi
Well rni'iilvtul mid iiuii'h niiprei'lniuil,
Their lirlnlil iihihIi' und nhii'iii'ii lnMllinuiiy
iirnvi'il n liluHMliig In ic i(imhI< nlleiidiuirii,
Th«i,v linvn liiiun invltml lo nilurn In tlm
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Thirty! voice choir under leadership
of. I*>en Dyck, pictured left front,
Youth Pastor of Willingdon Youth
Group attached to Willingdon Men-
nonite Brethren Church visited Be-
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Youth Choir
thel Baptist ^Church Sephelt and "vand fund raising activities, so that
Calvary Church Gibsons recently. AU    they can travel throughout the ,Pro
attending college or university these
young people pay their own way
raising money through car washes
vince spreading the happiness that
they have found in Faith.
in second draw for school supply tickets
11  —^ 14 ~ 131 — 110 ^ 13 **-' 1 -~ 7.
If you have one of these numbers—bring in ypur ticket
and claim your PRIZE.
We C$fCjk-$ Complete Line Of School Supplies.
JUST M0/EQ^-Sblpmenlof Novelty cind Gift Items,
Greeting Cards for oil occasions
we carry a Iqrge assortment from several different companies."
BEADS FOR BEADWORK from 10c per package
00*. viifeS*'
your mmn onion offers two
Singing Group
With their faith to help them through
ao age of um*est, these young college
student^4a^-44»»'e—ow-t- from their
studies on the weekend to visit
churcheis,:m^the Province, where their
singing and playing bring happiness
Sechelt-Gibsons . • .
and hope for a new generation. Their
"Sesanne Street Ensemble" is pictured, at Bethel Church Sechelt, giving a spe'ejsil perforwahce' rfpr the
the! Baptist Churc
osts musical visitors
SlNQINfl wllh (i lilt in their vnlcep, n
yjilllc pp llieir I'licas" mid happiness in
Ihuir lit'url\ thirty yuung' people, frohi
lhe WilllfiB'If'ii Youth Orcn.ip hroughl with
'thci'jii liml won'hirl'nl youlhl'iil conliclence
which HeoniH In -Juivci linen, iniHHhiH ■ for
Homo, time!, -i       ■    " '
Aonufiipn'nlflfl l',V iinitiii'H iind pitino,
lhe youni! Krnnp h'mhij; ni Helhel I'uptiHt
Chiii'dh Iri f*(i(!|if!|l un n iwent Rinirhiy
nini'iihui I'lUlui Qilvnry Church fil|i'isoiis
hi t|in  iil'ieriioon.
l,on(lliiH lhn l.|i'(inp which in tiluinlioci
• lo -Wl'lllliii'lon   MuiiiimhIIii     lire I h r'■ u n
C||ii|'ii|i, vyjiH Hiiniii) I'Yiihcij' ThepliiKy ,«iu-
dent ICmi Dynh who in yniilh pnulm* nl Ihu
Ohurph in Hiirnnhy,
Alljlio yininH piinphi urn ,nnn|itnln nl
coIIiihci or U|ilvcirhlly uiul wilnlflnit In
iipiit|l(| ||ie hiippliic.-.'! Iiiiii Ihoy liuvu
•l'iiii|ii| In ii Hli'iinn I'niih, Ihey rnlmi inonay
Ihroillill cm7 WUKhe.s In littlp puy l|)e|r
wuy .on .Ifiurniiyfi IIii'iiiikIhuM1 lhn province,
whep Jhey eon' spare the time.
3|if**h people don't irmUe lieuciliiiencws
and ore rarely, if ever interviewed on lhe
leleviKion network hut Ihey don't need
lo he, thoy find fulfillment in their fuilh
find in h«)|*iinK others find |mppiiieH*i-Hiic|
hope for the future,
Aeopmpiihyini' Iho .singers \yero Dnvq
|Jii|/.er, ehnlr munler; CSeorni; 'I'liielnuih on'
, lhe ia Hiring *niiili»ri Al li'i'loHon, ijiiliur
nnd Hon Jiijilzen piai|inl, Idnpeciii'lly for
Iho younn(|*r meniherH of (heir niulionce,
Ihoy hruiiKhl out rt,. wii,s)i-luli, jiiiirjiirH
i\m\ a cnehoo hounl which in Ihnir ".Suho-
iiiu HI reel JilnHomble" und proceeded lo
piny nielodien which ihdluhlod everyone
iiicludjUH  Ihemselves,  I'cihIoi;  l)yi'l(   (-live
,ii Ivrlef tullf unci ilui-yoiinHKUii'*" who wIhIi-
od hiivci liiHliinony to their fuilh.
A heiH'ty liii'ieli Hfii'ved hy the, 'Ididlon
•CiJroiip ul Hothol Church, helped- fortify
the I'l'onp hefore leaving for (illiHim.s
whorii lliey worn a Imi well recelvcfd,
Sechelt Lanes
SPCIiE^T  BOWING   -Alley   scores   for
(he p^st week are as follows:
,    Tuesday,   Ladi^.—Jaci     Spencpr   250,
Norrria Radymski 253 (fi47), Npra Leitner
2fit,  Karen  Jensen  Gift;.—Sept.  28~Nora
Leitner 203 (077).
, Juniors-Mike English 293 (141, 152),
PehPie TCesJtnun 295 (138, '5.7), praig Hod-
way 103 Terry Rodway IBO, Andy iien-
dersop 201 (52(1), Sam Casey 2011 (552),
1-,01'ri  Nestpuin  443,
• Barbara Juckwm-322 (131, 101), Bail)-
'ara "Wilson   150,   Debbie   Nest man   itlfi,
Craig   Rodway   3HI,   (149,   107),   Wayne
Phillips   Jtlll,   Mike,  lilnglish    152,   Terry
ftodway 173,../ Kevin Casey 151, *"'
• 'Seniors-Kelly    Bodnurel'     213, "205
(57H),   Andy   Henderson   202    210   (501 i,
,,jeun Berry 22li (51)0), Lorri Nesliuiin 205,
2|f|   (5(i:-),  Darcy  Slephunsoii   2!**i   (5310.
R-inqbouf,   Wringer ♦Woshers^
"   Chroma Sets, Office Desk,
WJafoir Pressure Tank.
■Localflcl behind
McicGregor Pact lie Realty Lhi,
(Gibsons, 13,C,,
Minimum balance $100,00
Deposits or Wlthdrqwels at any time. Counter only, No cheques
-jcaitjte, honored,
Interest paid quarterly at 6% per annum on minimum quarterly
balance. May be withdrawn or left to compound,
Term one year.
Minimum deposit $500,00.
Interest paid at 7% ppr annum calculated and paid quarterly,,
,  Interest may be withdrawn or left to compound,
Deposit may be withdrawn at any tim*3/ subjecf to a small rpduc-
tioi) in interest rate if withdrawn before maturity,
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lechelt, B.C
Phone 885-9561
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9:00 rt.ni. — 10:00 p.m,
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J  ���    s  Page B-4  The p-mii-tiul6,Tin*c8      Wfednoadby, Oct^^f 6f 1971  ^*^>  **  ../_  ���#*  <*�����*  /Ot  1    O0*.  m���m  /  ..���,  y  ,y  mm00**0000*0Hma000mmmmm0m*m00mtn0i000*��m*m00n00m,  e eci6ii wei.  o  To keep up with your community   activities,   read  The  Times.  And  for  shopping,   you'll   save   steps  and  time  it  you   look  through The Times adver-  .    . a. \:  tisements first before you   start   running   around  after the best bargains! Times Classified will Rent,  Buy, Sell, Swap, Inform for you . ... af low cost  and with the largest circulation of any paper on  ��� ' *  the lower Sunshine Coast,'  .<  Ummp0k0*mw**m**<**mmm*****^****m  liM03:  tmmmmmmmm*^***m*0Sm**%iM*m��mm+  ��nJ  A  1    1  /  III n.''i.nii'!   ������ii'rV'*   '���-���'"'   ���     '*���"    i<   ������! ���in��� ai 1  J*0��*  * *l  %        -  ^  -��    %  \ %<k  %  tf  %/%tf    >w0      y^  V  iCT   uO  a? a ���>  '#��rt��*����-**-#����-*> * * *���  4. ���    u^j^g^jgii^*WMiii��.tftWBiii��  waw^wWimBim**) ff'iuft*iitw'ittML'^ i'^iMW.^iiiL'rt^ i��^fyui;iyp"iiM!*iiB iii>*yi*w��aw#BiwBwrf��y 7* �� J-" X." *.  elra Park Highlights  Gibsons crrecr  ��� *0 ���  SCHOOL started off with a hurst on  0 Tuesday, September 7. this was' 'the  first time many old friends and chapis  had seen each >o*t her sin $2 before Uio  summer holidays. It wa.s difficult to gel .  bad?-Into tJ\o. swing of things and luckily  \vp hiul lo attend sclioo] in the morning  and tlie rest of the day was- for biiying  school supplies and leisure linfe.  On Thursday, Septemlier Hi, we picked House Teams in the Activity lToonv  "There are -four. Houses: Cobras, Road  Hun.ners, Panthers and Cyclones. Tbe1  captains and spousors'are: Cobras���sponsor is Mrs. Silvey with captains Glen  Cook and Slfeilu* Harris; Panthers���spon*  'soi- is Mrs. Cameron with captains Andy  liters and Tammy Brown; Cyclones���'  sponsor Miss McKee With 'captains- Henry Sundqiiist 'and Bobby Reici. All live  boys and yirls in Madeira Park .S'-hool-  l'i:om Grades 1 to \'IJ Hre part 0* lho  House system. Games are held Monday  through Thursday during the noon hour.  ^ On Friday, September IT, we bad an  assembly where we saw a lijm and had  several spoils awards presented.-Awards  of excellence from the Canadian Fitness  A'ssoViaHimrwent lo:' Shell*. Harris,. Tarn-  line Rilcik,  Campjiell.  my Brown.-Gerali  repce and Yvonne  tions girls!  On   Fridays at .our school  having-Clubs'   Day.  Anyone  -r-^by Sheil<�� Harris  one can join such - activities as Chess,  Band, guitar, choir an gymnastics. Please  turn out.       ���'   '     '   .   v  The school Canteens have "been :\x\  operation for several weeks, The money  thai we make will be used, to.-buy .extra  school  equipment. .    ���  '  Mr. Wish love, our principal, has been  practising,  tbe 'boys  soccer   team  during "  the past  weeks. Our first  game is with  Seciielt in early October. Tbe boys' team  looks sharp! .     .  Thai's   all   tbe   news   for   this   weeki  'Walch I'or Madeira Park Highlights next  week. ;  English Jorgenseti  married in Vancouver  PASTOR Im. Rasmusssen officiated at  the marriage on August 28, between.  Kirsten .Jorgensen'and Barry English in  an enchanting candlelight ceremony in  tbe Danish Lutheran Church, E. 19 Vancouver.  The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  ���Fi-odfc C. Jorgensen was given in marriage by her fallier. .She chose a gown  of white peau de .soie, with touches of  Venetian lace. The flowing train was a  -real accent to her chapel length veil,  She carried a cascade of yellow roses  with white stephanatis.  Her attendants, in light green voile  gowns witli white ^picture hats and carrying white baskets of yellow and white  Kelly I.aw-  Congratu'la--  we will be  and   every-  II RT  (Outboard and  In-Out)  SEE  PACIFIC BOMS  for  Repairs, Winterizing  and  Storage  290 W 3rd, Van.  - 874-5919  SOMJi! 222 .children participated' in -the  1071 .Qibsons Swimming Programme,1  operated under the puspices of the Gibsons Athletic Association. 122 were from  ���the Qibsons area and the balance divided  between, Hopltins, and Robeits Creek.  In his report Jo...Council on behalf ol  lhe programirm, "Mr. Terry Connor suggested that next year Council should  consider budgetting fof hiring of twb  life guards during the months of ?u\y and  August. He expressed* the view thai possibility of obtaining a Federal 'Government grant might be investigated' and  added "during the past year they appealed to be giving grants for much less  essential   programmes."    �� \  Swim instructor Pat Barter, in her'  report, also warned'of the need for lifeguards. She said that during the peak  period there were always at least eighty  youngsters on the beach, plfls s w > m  classes," plus mothers on the floats. This  is too many I'or safety. There were three  incidents which-could haVe proved fatal  abut ,for the vigilance of herself and hdv  assistant. Thoi-e were also a number of  injuries resulting from glass and tin  covering much of tbe bottom of the swimming enclosure. *   ��  Miss Barter -pointed out: that  any instructor hired by the G.A.A.  is certified  by the Red Cross and. also by the I^oyal  Life  Saving Society.,  As  such   they  are  dVisfeB,':w*ere-"Mrs:'Vatbleen' Bales,"*MrsV  liailied; lifeguards ' as' swimming liVstrutr-  ��^iiJuau..!.<0..'-. **~..iJt!i.,. aa^A..v.-.-.,.,��>; j -..  �������/  I      ?  t-1  V  .���*  lA  fr*  **i  Sechelr Legion Branch 140  Legion  Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  Jackie 'Bennette and Miss Susanne Jorgensen,  Dennis Bates was best man, and ushers  were John  Gornall  and  Brian  Bennette.  In the Chez J'aree Hoom at the Gae  Parie, Mr. 'Bill Rankin proposed .the  bridal toast.  "The mother of tlie bride chose a lovely  navy*.and while jersey ensemble with  navy accessories to accent, her outfit. The  groom's mother also chose a stunning outfit in green peau de soie, with silvei ac-  cessoiics  Tbe couple lelt lor their honeymoon  in Uyinson Hot Springs. They will leside  i in Vuncomei-  Oul-ol-town guests weie: Mi and  Mrs Boige Hansen and Mr llelmei Neil-  sen fiom Copenhagen, Deiundi k, Gail  Buiun from London, England, Mi and  Mrs Per Joigensen iiom Thompson, Man  and Mi. and Mis. Gilbeit Vigil fion-  Eugene,  Oiegon  Heard during a news report on the  radio "Effoits are being made to a\eit  a threatened stnke of stewaulesses and  pursuers "  tors. Therefore, what happened to her  during the session ahd seemingly to past  instructors she has spoken to is tliat they  were trying lo do two jobs at once on  the Gigsnris beach. There is time only to  do one job efficiently and as a result she  developed very nervous and paranoid re  actions, lost ten pounds and often fell  frustrate,d. and anxious, particularly  when dealing with children.  Her suggestion .is, that a number of  capable young people be employed for  lileguciid dunes un ti intoi basis with  al  lea^t one on duly at  all times.  Miss Bait pi submitted namet. of young  peop1c**~lrom 14 to 15 years of age who  she bus ti allied and consideis capable  ul hleguaid iluhes She suggested a pay  .scale loi them ul *j>2 SO an houi For lhe  nisti uctoi, she suggests a paj laise bunging saluiy u|> to ,1)400 pei month, explaining that hei duties include- Upist, secretary, tieasurci, diplomat, lirst Aid officer,  peisonnel othcei ai> well as instructor  Anothei lecommendation by tbe m-  stiuctoi was that an outdooi swim pool  be considered These aie conciete basins  Idled and (hanged by tbe tides, this  type  ol   pool is   lound.at   Stanley   Paik  Beaular meeting  /?&��� ** *���  '"���iMiimiAft  ���3*iiyw��  J *���.  *0.*>L,U  *0iVe*i0*00tm*tni&.mfi.M, 00 m m^^m^Lt&jjr.  wmmnmtmiMm,m*mmm*mmm  &. a **" ���**- **^  4*3 a. * j,   \ y   * * i" ^  0 ,M *.  'J00>i0000t0m0i0000i00t004tm0t00f0004f*0W**fi000^  i chain saivs, '  accessories ami,  I  a I Inch incuts  SECHEI-T '  NOME SERVICE  0oh &36 - Socholt 005-2012  FIRST regular meeting, after the summer  recess, of Branch 3H, OAPO was held  Monday, September 27 al the Health Centre, Gibsons, Alter "O Canada", one min-  ule's silence was observed in memory of  all senior clti'/ens who had passed away  during the .summer The. president, Mr.  1, Macharen, welcomed all piesent, in-  clnding eight   new members.  The president has inade^r^ngemenls  with radio Million C'KNW lo broadcast  any special announcement.-- pei Joining lo  Brunch \W.  An inliTf'-iling piece of information.  I'rom ilu* Hon Ihiibcl Uuwson, ndvistng  n "Drop-In Centre" being set up al -111  ��� Dun.-iiiiiiir, und hopes our im-inhers \ylll  'Illlike use nl' II, This is only nboiil u couple  of blocks Irom lhe bus depot, where  nii'mli'iih mny ri'sl while wiilling for lhn  biui, or during the day,  A motion wits introduced Hint lhn  hccinlnry wnlo lo Iho Premier, Ihu Hon.  W A e, lioi'iuil, jH'riuiiHihuV a rcdiiclion  In cur I'iiics* on lhn  lorry  lor nciilor cll-  - The olecllon ol 11172 officers Willi lakn  plncn In Noyeiiibm, nnd inmnlioi-H nro asked iu think over, those whu Ihey would  like lo hiivci him ve ihem ihiriut' the your,  nnd ilcpiisll iiiiiiKiM In lhn Mumsiistion Box,  OIJIci'i'n urn, prcsldi'iil, lul nnd Und vice,  rnvwluiy, lu-asiirer nnd  Iwo ilh'cclnr.s.  II wiih decidi'd ihnl lhere ho no I'llntH ^  hhown nl llm ChrlHlniiih illniu'r, no, wrllo  mil your Ihoiiithlii on wind niilnrluliimi'iit  you would like and pul lli"in lulu llin  iSiiiiiii'hlhiii Box, A "Mwii|)-Boiird" Im noyv  "-in line lor Ihonn  who linvn iniylhlnK In  sell, trade or give.  Gibsons Athletic Arfsoc is providing  equipment for carpel bowling and, ii  there is room, sliuffleboaid m the United'  Church llnll for the use of senior citizens. There will be more ���information on  Ihis  later,  The monthly raffle was won by Mis.  ,qriu*e,Chijnil>oiil!n. ,  October meetings will be: social, Monday Ihe -l)h, und lhe i^ygiilar, Monday llio  Willi, both ul 2 pm nf lhe Health Cehiio,  Gibsons, A \yilTn'r*"Wi'lcoine is given lo  all senior i-ill/eii*-. lo come and |om in our  activities,  Some of t|ie advantages iriclnde: Ho junk  in the water, no glass or other dangerous;  items to cut small feef, it, cap he chlQr^.  mated  and  many other facilities  incorporated, a ' .  Silver Anniversary  celebrated at Gibsons  MR.  ANt) Mrs.  Harry^ Mylroie of  ("Jib?  sons   celebrated   their:    Silver   Annij-   .  versary which was on September 26th by  going out to a dinner on Saturday night''  witli members o? their fapifly. When they   .,  returned to their-1-tonie, they were surprised   to  find  friends-had  gathered  to  cylehiate with them.  They >were invited to the home, of  Bert iind1 Wilma'Sim in Langdale where  party arrangements had ;been made.  A toast was given to the couple hy  Mi. Stan Truem'an who related interesting factors of their life since coming to  the ((immunity. They were presented  wilh a silver- rose bowl filled with fresh '  gahlen   rosebuds.  Refreshments*     were  served,  finalized -  witli   a   double-ring   cake   appropriately  decorated.       s . '  Those present were: Mr. V. Dunne of  Surrey, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bryson, Mr. and  Mrs. S. Trueman, Mrs. Margaret Swan,  Mr. and Mrs. R. Cumming, Mrs. Eklna"  Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. R. Quigley, Mrs.  Gladys Booker, Mr. and Mrs.TFrls Wood,  Mrs. Chris Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.. Bert  Sirii. ,v  Unable to attend but included in the  gift presentation were: Mr. and Mrs. John  Jlawison, Mrs. Doris Drummond, Mrs.  Zoe Eades, Mr. Jack Fisher, Mrs. Phyllis  Parker,* Mr. and Mrs. V. Franske, Mr. and  Mrs. J. Donnelly, Mr, and Mrs.'w. Ram  km, Mr   and Mrs   D   Jay  Art, Apes & Dracula  this week at Twilight  FI'MAU" Animal and The Man irom  ORGY aie the two restricted lea-  .iii es showing right now at the Twilight  I'heatie in Gibsons Tbe B*C Director's  ������aiinng of -Much nudity and sexually  Miggeslne scenes" gives you an mdica-  iion ot what to expect fiom this colorlul  double feature  Rung Ihe whole family with you when  ' ou go and see Beneath the Planet ot  lhe Apes, starting Friday. Taking up  where Planet of the Apes ended, a-nuc-  leai attack Jevels New York and leaves  an undergiound city of human mutants  who can project their thoughts and use  .sophisticated weapons of psychological  warlaie. The tension builds when armed  gorilla forces seek to overthrow the mutated humans hi a hi/are cinematic confrontation  And ol Sunday, another one of those  double lealure horror shows. "Werewolf  inj-a Girls' Dormitory is tlie lirst feature;  followed by one of the best IDracuila films  made by Hummer, Dracula Has Risen  From the Giavu, starring the ultimale  Dracula Chiislopher Lee.  By public demand, next Tuesday, Twilight Theaiie presenls the farthest out  musical - hoiroi - sex comedy, ever released, Beyond, Ihe Valley of the Doll's. Restricted with a BC Director's warning of  "Some coarse languuge, much nudily and  sexual renlisni,"  HAVE YOU tftARP OF THE  BAHAI FAITH?  Phono 086-7355 or 805-9095  Blake C. Alderaon D.C.  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M  Th<* Pentomla Tiiwfltp       j Wednesday, October, 6, 1971  until a decision i*.- reached,  WCuSSSgft3? there is M-one at {be OTTAV/MjU- tanker  groups'  qfhft  of  local le?e * to SSraAch regarding road im- p^g���^.^*' ���� ^. are "'^v-,  provement    ^Gi,rney sMd there is a ��' "�� NATO 'Pwlwgjentwy Assembly wa*-  problem   gating   Huoufih   to   the  right ^ here b>^at,l SV-?ie.we (M.p, Qoast  NO FAT bureaucratic structure is nec-  cbsary to run a community Recreation  centre and there are mo big f&t recreational bureaucracies running, existing  ones, .stressed the Hon.JPan Campbell  at last week's well attended public meeting at Gibsons, Mr. Campbell advised that  local people run such centres,  Questioned by Mr, Larry Labpnte,  Mr. Campbell said that six regional districts in the province are in the Regional  ^'1l|!a!!!lli!llllJSIl!ll!l!J!!lllll!''!"lllll!lHIH^!ii;i^,  MEVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:        >  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL -PHILIPS  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  .:.'.*      .'*   :*;"l'i   '. *  Ph. 886-2280  ^iiiiniiiiiiiiiliiliiiiilllilliiilliililiiilliiiiiiiiiii!!^  Gibsons, B.C. I  ililSIIIIIIIHI \\MW  Park business, mostly holding land tor  recreational purposes. He advised that  the best way of getting a recreation centre \vould be to go to referendum on the  question, through the Regional District.  He also advised that the $37 million  Fedeial Fund "had all been used.  BY-PASS  Expressing concern that the planned  GibaUns by-pass route will be forced on  ratepayers, chauman ot the Gibsons  Heights "fvatej-ayers, Mr. Jim Gurney,.  presented the ^nister of Municipal 'Affairs with a letter seeking support for a  ���m ore comprehensive survey before a  final decision is reached,  , Mr. Gurney pointed out that the latest  proposed route would isolate many properties  and   the   ratepayers  feel   that   a  comprehensive study should be made of  a new  highway  between  Langdale  and  Earl's   Cove,   instead  of  piece-meal  bypasses, ' *���  ..Mr. GUker, a former Regional Board  . director and member of theplanning committee, was told by the Hon. Isabel Dawson that  a  study  is being  made  of  an'  alternate route along the power line but  she has had no report as yet, Asked how ���  long it would be before residents know  what is' going to happen, Mrs,  Dawson  said she didn't know how. long it would  take-, as surveys are not easily done.   -  Further concern over the proposed by-  __       NOTICE,.  to water ushers of the Sunshine Coast  Jtegional Distract  On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 from 9:00 a.m. to 12  noon water wil Tbe off or pressure will be low in areas  of high elevation. Affected wilt be highest parts of  WEST SECHELT^MASONICHALL AREA at Roberts  Creek and Highest portions of GOWER POINT.  G.  DIXON  Supt.  people. We only get polite replies to  letters sent to Victoria, aritl the resident  engineer state*!, y"V you can do better,  the job is open".  Hon. Dan Campbell pointed out that  improvements come about by paying for  them, that it why general mill, ntfe is  higher in a municipality than in an un-  oiganued area He suggested ,,th&t if  lesidents in a' built-up area adjoining a  village want a municipal level ot^ervice,  they should seek amalgamation with the  village. It is strictly a hiatter of dollars  and cents, said the minister, v   7  Advising on the correct channeled!  approach for-road improvement"* in unorganised districts, ' Mr. Campbell said  approach >the District Engineer and if no  satisfaction is given, then go to the; MLA,  Sechelt T6PS Club  welcomes new members  SECHELT TOPS Club held its weekly  meeting iiv Sechelt Legion Hall on  Wednesday, Sept. 29th. Several new members have joined fhe club arid ��*,re very  enthusiastic about losing weight,  There are more people whp wpyld like  to come, but they have small children !at  home and just can't find a ba*py sitter.  It was decided to see if someone can #e  found within the vicinity of the Legion  Hall on Mermaid. St., who would look  after all the children for approximately  2-2%- hours from 12:15-2 p.m. If anyone  is interested they could contact Mrs.  Evelyn'. McKinnon at Tillicum Marina  885-2100.  ���   A, local  doctor  came te  talk  to  the  group on Wednesday, about problems of  being overweight and how it affects  health in general also a "person's mental  outlook. He said there isn't, one thing  about, being overweight that is good. Not  even the old saying about being "fat and.  jolly".  There was a question and answer period and everyone left the meeting knowing, there is only, one .thing.ito, do ahout ,  it���and that is eat less, of course, and a  proper   balanced   diet.  There are still openings for new mem- ,  -bers, anyone interested^ should attend  meetings held at the Legion Hall, Mermaid St., Sechelt at 12.30 p.m. Wednesday,  October 6th. It's fun to lose weight at  the TOPS Club.  Chilqoti.n),  The West 'Coast Liberal MP, who is,  .Special'Rapporteur-to thp Sei'mtifio and"  Cultural Committeel of tlie Assembly,  ���.-.poke at the Plenary Session in the Senate  Chamher of {he Parliament Buildings to  delegates from'all the member nations  ot NATO excepi Greece, which is excluded trom the Parliaitienlavy Assembly because of the suppression of the Greek  Parliament.    '  -   IM<pQ, the United Nations body dealing with . safety "at, sea, has pi pv<m ineffective, .St, Pievre said, and actions of a-  few  of  th*77l>V,bj!.\'*l,�� tanker  fleets   were  ahnbst crimina^i* earless, . _..  .   ���  A resolution PVOPOsed by St. Pierre'  was adopted by the -Assembly--, with two'  Netherlands delegate;*?, abstaining from the  the vote oh the, hasis that NATO's concerns ^should be military and political,  only arid Should hot concern environ- :  mental protection "of-'-'similaV' concerns.  The resolution \irged support hy  member nations for a new international  La\v of the SmConference and support  for oceanic pollution control studies now  being carried out by NATO's Committee  for tl-ie- ChalleVig'es to the Modern Society.  Botl*, St. Pierrre and Lord Wynti^r  Jdnes' of Britain strongly opposed the  Netherlands* delegation view that NATOs  concerns should be only those of defence.  "If pollution, becomes 4qo extensive, there  Will be nothing to defend," said Lord  Wynn-Jfone's, ������  Safe Motoring  CAR  pi,vners can  wage  private  war  on  pali-jtiQn,   says   the   B.C.   Automobile  Association,  with* these  defensive  nieas-"  ores:  ���Iff the engine- is burning oil, have it  fixed;**���*'" ' --��  ���Operate only with clean spark-plugs.  ���Don't let the engine idle for long  periods*  ���Make sum the  thermostat and ,cooling, system are in,top condition. "'  ���Check   the  gasket on   the   fuel  tank  cap to make certain it is not leaking  gas vapors.  ���Avoid   jerky  stops   and   starts.  ���Have;a good mechanic niake periodic  checks  on   the   carburetor,   fuel  line  connections,  distributor    and    spark  advance   mechanism.  SATURDAY, OCT. 23 ^- 7:00 and 9;Q0 p,m, Sittings  IT'S A m IDEA - GOMT PRIME RIB  TICKETS $3,25 ^  '    LEGBON HAlt - SICHELT, B.C.  SPECIAL  Hors-D'Oeuvre Served in Waiting Area prior to  .  and after Dinner  SEE KEITH DUFFYJIPR TICKETS  '   Poys 885-2201 ��� ��* Nites fifl^98Q6  mm000000m000000000a0ma0m*'imm0000i0000000m0000000000m0m00m*0>mm00000  No family yet, But maybe. Someday. How big a. house to buy ���  today ��� for tornorrow? How much Js a realistic down payment?  Bob's salary is modest, But his ambitions are high. Anne works  too. How much can they afford to pay eaeh month?  Can jhoy get a first mortgage? And how bjg should it be? What  if they need a second mortgage? ���  -**-*  At youriocat credit union we have the answers Jo all those  questions and some that Bob and Anne haven't e-i/eh thought  up yet.  ���        j      '  Not only will w^ answier their questions, we'll arrange^ first or  second mortgage for them atoneof the best interest rates in town.  If you need a,mortgage drop in to your local credit union. You  won't regret it. We lend a helping hand.  B.C. Central Credit Union  1  YOUR LOCAL CREDIT UNION  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  Sechelr - Tel; 885-9551  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT UNION  Gibsons - Tel; 886-2833  FAST  FOR  ACTION  WITH A  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRIEF.  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