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The Peninsula Times Oct 13, 1971

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 ??SV?V'>��  *#**'^-'.X,4^  r>Wvr*��<����Sll.(    ��� *i  ''ft  : '���'>  AV .  -'*-,<)  7Nf!  4  250 membership �� . ��  % Hegional J&af&paYers, Acisn.  .meeting qtteb<icuioe wanes  LACJC of reports fron\ cpmmittep 'oh^jt'- J^l "ratepayers  \xioh at "the Octpber 6th general meet-,',, sTXTiaTlCS  ing,Pf the aimshjne Cpast -Regional .nip-"..   Vtfammentine: on  the.recent Dress re-  oTsuol^S^ by F^ancp Chai���**n  Frank  AssodaUon is sadfv Skins *     -    PSt< ^ A1 ^^ fplt *a* ** * *������"*  Twentv-two neonle attended the meet-"!" ? WB,e th,B d?slrict w��th F��we11 &*��  IW^WSS tSiiS^&ta,vff JK*#Si^ ^'UJttg ^rfp^ied hy  i*ar*r.rlaA-ihai   tha    Ascnmntmr.   nr.ii>-   WQC   a.     ,.,    f'1,    *J'��/C*. r * a35-6 *    JS   V0jy   pUZ^eq   PY  tpp, presentation of figures and said that  .!*)flVp';���<'> cent of the People wouldn't read  the'fjgpiea anyway-  ( "What appears to ppncerp taxpayers  is the amount pf money tbay actually pay  >jn ta^es," not a comparison of figures with  Other districts,  5>orvin9 the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sqislnc! to "Jt?rv"s 'nfct), including P*M Mellon, Ht#in? Mndin��}# firqn|hom*} LQ!*!i*Jina{ Gjhjsor-'v Robert! Creek  \Vi|gpn Creek, Se\mo pork Sjechelt, HglfmPQI 6ay. Secret gpvfr Pander HafbgW* Mfifle'fg PqrH/Kle'ndglft Irvine's loncjing, Eqfl Cove,' Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATIONjW ANY PAPER ON THIE SOUTHERN $UN5H(N��COAST,  Union  Lpfeel  This Issue 12 Pages -  Yplwme 81, NQ 4^ - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1971  <<" ���*��  ���reported" that the Assopjation now has a.  membership of 250 ratepayers,  After some discussipn, it was approved  that  membership   m  the   association  be  expanded tp include resident and tenant'  electors.  Chairman BUI Bryson, reported on \ho  last Regional Board meeting when the  Regional Board 'with the exception Pf  director Hauy Almond, endorsed a letter  from th& city cnuncil pf New Westminster.  The letter stated,: "That this Counpil  strongly register its protest to Prime Minister Tiudeau against the recent Committee recommendation suggesting the legalization of marijuana and that we urge aU  B.C. Municipalities tQ also vpipe protest,  Further, that allpitteens be urged tp dp  the same thing,  MOHAl, ISSUE  Mr. Bryspn asked, -'Does the Regional  Board have tlie right to moralize and  act as our censors?. TJiey topk it upon  themselves to register a Strong protest  and when they speak as a.bpard they  speak for the entire, district opt_as_i%  dividual****-"      , -, '       71.  The chairman expressed tlie opfiupii  that the Regional Bpa^d_was also "acting  out of its domain on another motion pre-'  sented by director Almond which mpved  that the Board write tp President Nixon  protesting the Amohitka blast.  it was suggested that Ottawa makes  similar decisions on behalf Pf the people and also that the directors could be  speaking as individual people. It was fin  Shopping Centre plans  for Madeira Park area  ' CLEARING is  under  way    at Madeira  Park fpr the start pf a stepping centre  designed toinclude a*fetal of/twenty-one  stpres which Will irjc|itde a new fc*Juor  stpre pf 3,000 squafe fee| as compared  to the present building nyhichlias pnly  l,20u sg. feef.  Progressive businessmen behind the  scheme are Re��s "gcG-ujtty and AJ"t Alex-'  ander, bpth qf Madeira Par}*! It is undpr-  stppd the feiqUo*' Cpntrpj Bpard has already signified agreement t.Q~ occupy the  larger quarters. Contractor fpr-the project |s Red Webfe contracting, also of the  .,Pender Harbour area.  The Tiroes was Infovmed last week"  that negptiatipns ape presently under way  with business people bpth PU the Sun"-  sJiine Cpast and the /Lower Mainland  regarding oppupatiph . pi stores in the  centre. ,  Anpther venture in the district is  th^t of a medical clinip, a project wprked  pn fpr the past two years by the Regional  Board and other groups,, sp far- unsuc-  ��****>.  1.'  *     r*  .*^*  -   f "*  1,  V  {\  J;i. il~f,3*Afysy, ^.fev^ JyJJ I  .7-   {:'Jj->f;yjJAy< ---..���,.���    '  f  O'  f*1    ii  *  . *\t  li  r~     * * "J �����   -"���* --  �� t  *'  n  r *  0m** ��� ��� ^,-,*^i  >-i  '    1-   .  v.  1  i  ��� i^Jh^^rW      t*\ a^f%m^.*m  -A.*****WtU llMijf%  W^jWi  M^iiMflw^ttllk'ill^i)^ |  1 '   '  0iT0*r*m0*0-0j**f ��*>���������#��� j  SecheJt Village  'f k  a  ally agreed that the dir-eptprs were mak-     cessfuily.   The   Times   also  learned   last  ing decisipns in an area which was npt  assumed as a functipn and that a letter  be sent censoring the Regional Board for  acting beyond their authority on mpral  Ibsuesl"""  *7.v?!t NOT OFFICIAL  yty<&  In reply tp a letter from the SCRI)  Ratepayers' Association, it was agreed at  the last Regional Board meeting that  Chairman     of   the   B'inance   Committee,  ���Director Frank West,would be prepared  to attend the next general meeting of the  w>  '1;  si..  1 py  1 1  week^ that other concerned residents of  the Pender Harbour area are working on  plans io remedy the situation.  Trustee's resolution  ^proved by delegates  RESOLUTION  proposed by  the Sechelt   (School BoarfCwas approved by dele?  gates to the annual B.C. School Trustees  Ratepayeis  on   November  6th,  but  that" Abopiation cpnventipn in Vancpuver last  any questions to be submitted to him at    week (Oct, 3-6).  "fhe   resolution   asks    the   provincial  government to include dental assistants ���  pr, hygienists as  a part pf the public  Health Sei vice tp sohpojs  Anpthe- Sechelt resoliition canied by  tjie convention dealt' with special education. Tije lesolution asks the government  to fttnend its legulations to allow school  districts to have a sum of money equal  to qne instiuctional unit to finance special  education places m, sphoojs-for physical  lianchpap-;, if (lie schpol districts cannot  otjieiivise qualify foj- special assistance  in financing such piograips  Registeied at Uie convention fiom tlie  Sechelt School Dibtnct weie tieasurer J.  Metzler, school trusteeb, Mis Sheila Kit-  son, Ml b, Agnes Labonte, Mr Tei 1 y Boolli  and M��- John Hayes  Mib. Agnes Labonte who was attending hei foiuth convention ab a school  ti'ti^tee was le-eleoted do pjepidpnt ol \l\o  $ot*it|"i Coast Branch which includes the  Schqol districts of Ocean Falls. ��� Powell  River, Sephelt and SQUamish,  Pender medical clinic  rejected by Minister,  > HON. Ralph Loffmark put somethmff of  a damper pn plans fpr a medipal clinic  at- Madeira Park with *\ letter tQ the  Regional Hpspital District read at last  regular meeting September 30tH.  * The Minister explained that apprnvat  could not be granted' in light of the fact  that such clinics (Diagnostic anA treatment centres) have been approved in  some cpmmunities but' these communities  are much further from hospital and clinic  facilities than is Pender Harhour from  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. In this particular instance, distance from Madeira  Park to Sechelt is only '23 miles, thus, _  travel t'ime could be much less than  many parts of Qreater Yancouver to a*\���  hospital.  Chairman J. Tymer said it would seem  Mr. Loffmark has overlooked certain  factors. There is the situation of Egmont  and Earl's Cove area whiph is considerable more than 23 miles irom the hospital. In some cases it takes almost two  hours getting a person'to .hospital when  il is ��onsidfJred tliat ap ambulance has  to be cpntacted first. Then theie is the  condition of the road iri the event of an  emergency, a person cpuid die before  reaching hospital.  --- The Chairman added ttyaf object of a  clinic is simply as a supplementary service to St. Mary's Hospital, not to get  away from it. ���-���  Af the suggestipn pf thp Chair, it wasi  moved an attempt be made tp arrange  a meeting with the Minister m prder tP  i7>li  Af%    .. ,.   yM% ^ meeting should be made available for  AJJ study beforehand.  TAff :��hfiairman of the Regional Board, Mf,  yJM Frank Tynei pointed out that unless the  *jyjk? subject mattei undei discussion had been  H?%, consideied by the Boaid, any statements  JjC{ made by duectoi West would only be  J'S'M consideied as peisonal comment and  V*^,could not necessdiily lepiesent Boaid  M\M WliW on tlle mattei  'Viali? :/-.iSpmmeniing oi> this situation at the  ^'M* Ratepaypi-b meeting Bill Biyson observed,  "���What is happening to the Regional  Distiict Roaid? We invited Mr. West because he is chau man of the Finance Committee and supposed to have all the answers and now he can only speak a*�� an  individual and not as a Boaid lepie&en-  talive  'p...  %A  VILLAGE of Sechelt has been taken intp  another  courtship with the Regipnal  Bpard and will shaie in the function pf  building inspectipn, however, it appears  *-''the''9r}-'*inj|*3^nV"''WiH be qn a yeai to yeap  basis and Council might opt-out by giving  three months notice,  Clerk Ted Rayner told Coqncll that  originally the "ioard had SUigee?ted. thp  present arrangement was no longer' acceptable, theiefore, Council could either  agree to continue paying $10 per perrpit  but plus an annual amount of $1,000, or  jqm with the Board iri *the functipn of  building inspection Tjie alternative w��llW  be to auange its o^n inspections Should  jyoin vib with the Regional District, the  this was indeed a  generous  gesture, on  the pait of ti/lt.  Osborne.  Aid. Osborne reported that msre work  hdb yet to .beic*|rrie�� pi-tJbj-t jljg!���. road  is usable and' has already had its first  covering of gravel-  EXTEN&1��N"  Mr. Owen Cox, building cpniraptpr,  met with Council to. discuss plans for an  extenb-on to the Village offices The new  ai ca would piovide a court room which  tuuld also be utilized as Ceuqcil Cham-  beib, office aecpmmodation for Judge,  piobation offiPpr and other governmental  departments All goncprned have expiess--  cd, intejest in the project and a rental  Co-nmunity Project  Soon to ]*ie commemorate^ as Chaster  Parle, this now very lovely waterfront  park at Gower Point which was once  rough scrubland has been carefully  developed   by   community   minded J���!LJ?-e matter lyvthe:  people as a centennial project for ^Sffi 5fi Ta%\*��* ^p��rlWf  OihLns Rural area PirturPd on a 9" bospital affairs, said tt is now hoped  uipsons ttuiai aiea. ricmrea on ft.^w^tmction-��of----"4he^st***Maiiy��r-<Haspite^  Friday when the ladies were busy expansion is expected to'be completed  raking the tpp soil, the area, has now .by the end of October. "Just a few months  been seeded. top late," he added. ' ���  Serious hazard . . .  ocai groups wg��,  ���** ������"',"'���  seek removal of old wharf  ll        L  I,'       i  vy-'f  Jm  1 \, "-�����  'Ait  A A OPEN FORUM  ' W ,{1  In an allempl to gel answeib to quob-  | linns frym the Regional "Board as a whoje,  yjJi il was agreed to write the Regional Board  '���Jiy requesting an open forum question pe��v  '���y{'i iod at Board meetings. '  ��� / \ffi Chairman Bi-ytion commented that thei  j 'y/iJ Regional Board does liave a heavy agenda  ]J"!k and this would disrupt the meeting,  7f|       PrdBident of the West Gibsons Heights  ', ,t   j  Ratepayeis   Dick   Derby   suggested   that  ' m   a dologulp  from  the  ltu|,epayars  should  '"    present the questions,  NEW CANDIDATE  Mr, Art iianiia of Gibsons was introduced us a nominee to repreHunt JQlectni'iil  Area li" nn Iho Jtoglopa), llpard, Ail emr  ployon uf Ciiiiudlun Forpsl Products fit  Purl Mellon, Mr, IJaiika suld ho has lived  on Kleutnral area JS ���for (ho past HO years  pr ho, Jl�� iHiliavot" there Is a need for u  j)nii!tli!nl imm to loprosciit thu area but  nIho uudcrsliiiuls theru In a lot. lo learn  about an orfjiiniziitlon such as lhe Re-  llloiiiil Board, , .     "  In ..i;o|)ly Jo Mr.' Ilryson's aUHgOHtlnn  that if oioiiiad the new tiandidalo wnjild  nipi'imunl. arwa F* rogai'dUiss of what qlliers  In lhe HuhIoiihI Dlsirlcl w��nl, Mr, Haulia  Hidd ho feels that h,p pjinnld represent  'J i  > ,,i,\  1 \  1 I   ' II  1 ' 7  Mayor Bill *3wam ->aid he liad dib-  cps&ed the mutter with Municipal Affans  Mmistei Dan Campbell who had agjeed  there was no way that tlie Village would  Jiava to go to such lengths Ho failed to  see why pi put levonue was not fauf-  fiment.'  Jl wa> stilted thai a. number pf Jural  huilding cpntractprs had been asked  would they be interested in undertaking  bpikihig inspection duties but all h^d  depjinpfi, It ������wbii ..therefore, suggested by  tbe clerk, and Mayor iSw^in that'couneil  had little alternative but to enter into  the fnnpfiqn with the Itegipiial Board, As  a conseauencp it was unanimously agreed  to sign the nepessary agreement witli the  Regipnal .District.     ', .'"..,  It is recalled tliat'.the last function  .,, ��� _._     f      cpiineirhad 1 nn alternative bnf to 'oin  Hon mailers concerning people who uro    in with ,(he J^ogjonal District Was water.  u)OHlly living nn a fixed income. It also      " "'' '    ' ���  jQoaVd would letam aU peFJDit fees, plu-*\   figyj.p has been-pioposed by thfe Attorney  an assessment agamst thp Village lax-   Gopeial's depaitment  payer of approximately 40(5 irqllb  Pender Harbour forms  group  MEMBERSHIP    in, a Senior Citizens  group has a tremendous nupiber of  ar|vuntages by Winging to phblio'-'atteu-  it i'  offers the (Jompanionsblp of social activities apd chartered travel trips, ,  ���   , Pendorllarbo'ur dislrlul has now formed a Senior Citizens group which will bn  (mown f>��' BrumtlifrUO.  An invitation Is oxlundud to all llmsa  living in Iho Pondor Harbour area wl����  wlsli to Join lh�� new 'branch which wjll  hold lis first meeiing ul the Cunatlitm  J^ojjjon Hall, M"d��-'lra Pnr|t on Monday,  Ocioliur llllb at 8 p.m.  Mm.-Madge Hansen, president of Iho  'Socholt Senior Citizens Branch (111 will  install In-tprm offipon**,  Considerable work ,hpu been oarrled  oqt on the West. Porpoise Ray road wlW"  it wi'�� discovered tjio existing lano wns  partly on private' property. Trees hiivn  been cleared, stumps j-omnved, tha riiiul  r'olopatPd, widened aqit dll'ChPd, Cost, 'ot'  wnrl* whjch Inehided imlvorts was little  inoro than fpllflo. This was dpo- to Alder-  nuin Ted Osborne who donated linjo and  use of his Dill Cut tn the (line of RS hmii'K,  This would have normally, cost approximately $t$ per hour.' '  Council fi)��proHfiC(1  Die  opinion  ihal  Ougina] plans weie fpr a single flooi  extension but consideialiqp has since  |icen given to a two-flooi bujlduig Whjcb  Would piovide gipatei par pairing ww  Mr Cox d(*ieed to come UP withaltei-  naiive plans in-time for Council la take  to Vietona in November when a meeting  Will be hiMd with tlie Aftoiney Geneiai  and efhei Mimsieio, ���,, ,  MARIJUANA  in aocord with Council; pf Gibsons,1  Regional R 0 a r d and vpHtw ! Service  C|-|bs,. Council agreed nnahirnoMsly' to  suppprt a motion ���by the C\iy ; of Tifew  Weslniinsier prote-stjng lo Pnrrio Minister  TrndCBU the rcceiit Coinmiftee recoinmen-  diition suggesting lc-jalissaljori of mari-  ^nana, Only organization .snfar to,'pp-  pp^osneh action by- omi* oieqtcd 1 repre-  uentatlvpp' ha�� beep' thp'rSij.n'ihino Coast  Rpglppal Ratepayers who felt local government should not bo free to moralize  Wlthpllt ajipmval of the electorate,  LETTERS read at last meptjng of ^pcheR  Cppncil expiessed giave concem at  the hazards cieated by the old Sechelt  wharf which is now an even greatei  hazaid since the dilapidated sttucture  was burnt, to some extent, lepenlly.  Bofh Rod and Gun Club and Sechelt  and Dibtjict Chamber qf Coipmeice uiged  tjiat Council take the strongest ppssible  action to pnsuie its removal, paiticujarly  in Jigjit pf t|ie fact a young cluJd fe)l to  hei death -Up ough" a hole 1m the decking  some dayb befoje the fne  A letter frpm the Iqc*ian Band Council also expiessed concern and said the  Council would suppoit any action taken  lay the Sechelt  Village Council  Mayoi Bill Swam sa)d that al| gov-  PmiTjenm depattments uiyqjve^ haye  been.'cohtaptec" an^i asked tp take actipn.  Fiirfhef, Mp^icipai Affaji's Minister, ifon.  Pan .Campbell'When oyer here recently  said he wbnlct look iptp the situation the  moment he returned,to Victoria.  , " AJriei-irian Ted Osborne added t)ial he  haft bepn io ViclRrja. and liad discussed  the mattpr (with a representative of the  PubKe Utilities Commissipn, Hp (n turn  had phoned ai'ound and finally contacted  flic Department pf Lands wbieh bad a  largo file on the wharf. Whi|p A|d, Os-  horiie had been adVlspd to consult a lawyer before Council' lakes personal 'action,  ; It was Indicated IJiat the leasp islin jppp-  Proposed legislation k  siiH iiii .life  4l , S|a^|  I  '  )' ' ' '  I I      ��.'     I  i   J   ,     ^J    I  1 [A-kik:  1  H  Hi','   I  I."  1   r  I   1  r��M7 > ' !7 J  ,     . , |  y 1    ,  ���i,' ,  1  ,. v-'  J  0*'"   ..I  t     <    .  , 'I  i  *'  1  %    tr    i     1  \  J  /  It,  f t.  i/lOt,.  Uwh r HUi  INIHW loglsl'ilion* proposuil by  Iho M|ij-   ijciI u|��rpi>v|i|*o"' thu iimnlnl-iullllw ol' Ho-  l(-tur of, lildiicullon Ponajil   BroiborH   fi|)o|t and Gibsons,, ,   ,.,   .,  could benefit the Hcoholt S(:hf��l)l J)\nU'[*i  if j| is elassod i\A i\ small WU-U 'With*  a high operating w��i, ,  The Hiihoi,))' board .bait, frequently ro-  ,      nih)(|p(| VhMurln Ihul truiispui'lullon I'lislii  JA  nro blub In this district bppauufi of (Is1,  HcallnrefJ (|iiviili)|iniuiil'iilimu !))�� ��i>a��l-  aidy of cancellation   {Should,  it  be can- '  celled tlien it would be lenewable Under  those ciicumstances the Dominion Govr  einment would  be lespon&ible foi  pytlr  mg the stiuctuie down  A&lied by the Mayoi what steps Cuyyi-  cil wished to take next? unanimous Ye-���  sponse was t)iat the vauous, goveinmpnt  depai in-ents be again contacted and the  matter puisupd fuitl'er.  REAR   LANE  Aid Ben Lang, icpoiting on piogress  made in 1 elation to a pioposcd Jane at  (lie ieai pf husipesb pienuses, along fhe  ocean side of Cowuc Stieel, suggested  a smvey-on-papei he made ab a prpji-  nunaiy step Foims could thou hp pj-e-  senlcd piopeity owneib involved a|ld-t|ip.  signature's obtained over approval to give"  lip tep feet, of'their lane) for the Japo.  AH have so f,ar agreed bnf'if, is likpjy  property   ppuld .change   hands   and   the  now owner might (lion ob'ppj., Therefore,  Aid. Lang fe|l agreements should be sign-  ; cd as sppii as I'nssibiP,   ;  Ohiy problem at present is-the fact  thut n home blocks off a through June  and In" prdcr tp have a 'turn-around' additional property would bo required at  flip  dead-enr|.  This  is  not  available  ut  present.  It was agreed Aln\ Lang obtain necessary forhis and. seek tlio ruqijirpd sig-  nulnrpsi ���/. '. ��� - '  RESIGNATION ..  y    Aid,,  J^iilg iiubm|lti!(|  lilsresignulion  n an official Miter stuilug iimi i) iH \*in  Inliuilion to souk ofl'lcu us; Mayor in, lliu  yoar-wnd ulcclifins,-  Mayni" Swuin piiinpidipd his1 icrm of  ollicp at lhat'ilmu and wl|l|o ho has not  yet officially iiimniiii'-uil his InlcnllMliS,  hu lold the Tlincs lator |l)ii|. he I'polH Aid.  Lung \yi)J muku a very, good Mayor niKt  ��� ihal ho, hiinsuir, rloosinoi plan dn suok^,  lug ru-pluciion,  4  il  lb*i-|j{nutjon of Aid, Lung louvcs ihreu  aldormunic soati7|o bu llllpd, Thoso of  qniTipipM ���    ,  ' L��r��or school illsli'IclH have suverely    .,  crltu.lf'.u.l   \\w, Mlnislfir's,; umioiiilKJpmi'n!    Aidurinun Uunnu'r, and *-"u|hoi* also oxplrn  thut iho will rccomnmnd to Ihu'govurn-  .   ��l��  .Year.  Nullhor.   Inivu yet  Ji,dicu|pfl  inoiil lhat sfi||ori| i||Htri.!ts will no lnim��r,   H"'1'"' inlunllilii'i,  |jo allowed to'oi-Cuud. |bo basin ocluinillon ' ,  lliiil by |ei| per cont lail will, only bu    MUiillli��llllliliiiiii*ipjii|i|ii|iHIiltl��llfl��liIllllllllillliliiit-  "i ���   '   '   '   ,. '   ��� '    '     fdfi-wii(| to ux coin I IJ  |>y II piir conl,  .I|r!r,l1)lfii,rTfi|(infirw)))/((}rTfj(|(^(,ria1  annniincunipnt al iho f*"bt.<,>l TriiM��Ms  Oonvpnl|on, Hop, lirollmrs nnI'Mii'ii ij��>r"  flni<nu)al iihhIsIiiik.'ii will Im provblc'l (nr  IranspurlMlloi) uiiuruling poijlii, Ilu also  promlKOfl i inoru nmnuy iq small dl��U'l<!l"  dif.i'il will) Iiinii o|iiiraliiii{ tiosls und  'sehool disirlciH Mxpi.'ilunolng rapid gruwtli  in student iiiii'iillimini, '  si!hoi)l(dlfjt|'l(iM, when necpHtiary, lobudgof,  lit llio loyc). of |on pur cunt, i, '  ��� 'Mr, nrnllMH*' In his nr����n yofo^o  slates that small bpIiooI dlslrlulrt have  linniPil th'af biicaiiHM Ihey do not have  ahoilgh' HtqiifijiiH, they arnnol. b��iii|t Iroal'-  111I fairly in uoiniinrlnoii wltb lurgur dis*  Kids.  Ad-Brlefs  point  lhe way  lo action!  . .   All Stan  n��colviii�� IIjoIi*   ��ro��la�� to tMimmu- ' from lel'l: (!ml�� Ilodw/w, Torry llod-, on |of|, <md mnimgor rv](��r��ah Tlioiup  mornUi plnyluK wllh IIk> Hi*on00   way, DuvUI MwH> hiulhcioll. llo|lw��y,   boh on Ihu right,  Uuguu'AIJ ��!������� louni IhM yow m   plcturml wlW�� thoir qmyli Jim dmy  school fitiiihinlH, Thu niimlWof ln��|riicr  Honal pnliH In a nuhonj illslr|c| In buftfirt nn ���  |iniln of ill! kinduruurliiii or .���li-p-.onlaiT  n��hon| hIihIddIh himI UO HiHiuixlury hc|]ooI  pupils so that Ihu Imu'oaiiu In high school  iiliulmilM would itlvo III" dlslrlcl 11 higher  ulliiw<t||*'o  h\r MpojfiU'if-  upHlM,  Thin 'lo��  IKHI��< ���> r vv I (J * * 1 * j;�� t��I f i��j j (I��i I ^ f (* j 1 * i>l 11 ti i i ��� >*i J * ff 7  nV��r hint your, i.lloilimlion of Iwo v'lcu  prinuipul iiimiHonu anil cnLhiu'k In ia:bonl!  s(!��!i'Hlarlal ntull nhonld Imlp lliu mimol  illuiriH  to 1:01110 wilhin IIm'j I'ornnilu mI-  IowimI liyjpo gnvi'ihiiiiinl  foi'. iHH'riilhlH"  roii In,  If Ihu si-liool il|i<ti'ji'i's iipuraling liuil-  got ��ximkii|h ihu amount allowed by Victoria, under now i<i|-iHliit)on,JuU'o*1ui"ft<i  this yunr. thu school board mpst pnbll��l)  ��� n nwooy by-law and If Kit) pwi-urrijJeutorM  m poihlmi, ii would /<o in rcfurpiidiun.,  Ip ihu punt it has only he-m nucQmiiuy.to , Jormulu"  wim iici!usur| of nnduruulilug larg'i dis-  t 'icls,ralbi;r,||tan bfipKilniwunall dlstrl"'"  up i'd lhn '/itandiird of big oiiph,  'I'ho minlstor was ijiio|ci| as suying  In Today's C/ds-j/fM,--  f***nn��*,*���******��0***��********^^  TJtlHltAWI'IND 11,  llll foot iilool, lop ��f.  Hnn Chris crafl,, Twin  Hiii's, rad|q,  phoii",  soundur,  Cajaii!,  au|op||ol,  Ir in  tubs, nlQRirln winch, prasstuu HW, Tuiik  ",Vu�� nan |h(��i'prul if any ,wi,iy ynu want,,   cockpit, dinghy andiluvibi, Now $30,01)11  l'llnivt inia)'pr9f. >|i. iinu way. rm jum   Most nfiur m $|iV)oii,' '  iryiiig to unspru ihtil itmullur i||nir|i!in   p,^^����ww>wwwW^^  ��� -Timcr-ciwsif mrifi mninfflmimmT"  (lo(o��o ico��ioi6>, ,    ���    ,  ��� TiniM Clqwl(|eilft 00 INTO iho hnorn ,.,,.;���.  not nn Inwiiit, blrcnib or III colvorls.  ��� Tlmoit Clnbollibdir Aro |��vy-ct��|, hlph-polcnci,  bo|c�� IoiiIlb. .  i  iiro'|r<ii'l��,!l-nioi'r��iii|r)yl,r"��i.'v;i��!i,i��'��  ilurgur ���i|lii|ri��!|u min ,ii|wuyii no  to  Iho  p��,iip|��. for    iiMlli'irlty  to upond" ��� moro  i)ioii"y.  rAm ronwiur.A  tUiouoMtiUoH*-*>h ih���� #chool ��l|*.l��Pt  opiMHlliig/COHl l)|)!ipc��| lornudu, Mr, Bio-  l)iuri' iiluios, lfT))|i<  js  l||ii Iuii'i.'mI  ||||iii)i'o  fornniln for, imurnllng u*kp��in��us of sifliool.  dlstrli'ls in Canada, "Wu huvo lulionid  long apil hard to arrive u| a solution  w)iic*l| |*-fu|r to ovoryoii') apd whli-|w;or��  nulls    the  i)i:f|cii)|)i!|i!s    in  ihu  original,  Phono 005-9654  jPhono linos open Sundqy; c|o��alf|c��t  ii'#twmt*Ui  \  ^Mi< "-"^v ���X��8&*<i&F&^&>^*r^^ t-A   -, "*��� ^i"J'^��P!C^4e' I~"^lV-^'Wj��W��^'&^^; --^  - *^^^'M^JiJ*^S??S,f^  ., ,.��� ��� :^a-'--��-^r--.^v'iJa^**;'-';��S!e-"s^ i, �� ■ "i
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Wednesday, October 13, 197 V   *
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Huntei/trafrnlag scheme
effective /(pill W72
■SPQ$TSM*t2N, we reminded that effee-.
tive April 1st, 1972, the Huntfer Trains
ingv Conservation and Outdoor Safety
"examination becomes mandatory far, all
wsUlwts H years of age> or older applying for a 1st liwu-e—and aU resident hwn->
levs between the ages of 14 to 18 Inclusive regal-die**,* of whether they held
a previous hunting licence,
s Dr, James Hatter, direct nr of the Fish
and Wildlife Branch ' said tliat anyone
falling" within these categories should,
make every effort to take and complete
the Hunter Training, Conservation and
Outdoor Safety Program this fall or early
The minimum age for taking the program is 12, years of age. There are presently 675 qualified instructors within the
Province-, originating from various local
sportsman groups and other organizations.
Qualified instructor's names, addresses
and phone numbers can be obtained by
contacting the Regional .Pish and Wildlife
Branch Office in your region. They_ are
located at: Victoria, Nanaimo*; BUrnaby,
Prince George, Kamloops, Pentictun and
Beautiful BC magazine
subscriptions accepted
if v *.l* ■-
SeShelt Team
;Ked-by. Jim Grayv Sechelt Elem-   anci Jots of "spirit. Pictured fr^m-leftf "lace, »Bnteh"Jl6ge?s; Terry Jfadway
rvJSehOQVteam playitfgtheir first  ~baek7*t*&\Y; $uart Craigeti, Ke,Uy*  and Ivsui-, Joe, Front: Eugene Dick,
For Famous
290 W. 3rd. Ave.
Vancouver 10, B.C,
JACKET?    .
Pender Hi-lites
—by Cindy Harris
THE RETURN mateh of volleyball against
Elphinstone was played on Thursday
October 7 at Pendei- Harbour Secondary
School, Pender Junior girls won two out
of three games 15-2, 7-15, 15-3, Our Senior girls also did very well, winning two
of three games, 15-4, 15-10, 8--15.
Pender is expecting Brooks to pay a
visit to our school on Saturday October
10, all four .teams will be cooling to play
volleyball. They will also be accompanied hy an elementary team This will
be the first time the elementary "tetima
have joined our games., Good luck!
HtJGBY '      ,
Senior hoys are practicing hard for
their Rufjhy game, which Is expected lo
he played against Elphinstone on October 27.
The first .session of b«di*umlc\n proved
.suecesflful with appro*Inudoly HO members attending,
Replacement teacher for Mrs T.alrri
la MInh Duvldnon, who teaches at Madeira
Park 15lementary in tho mornings, at tho
High School In the idtoi'nooiih WHcouio
to our tu'lioul Mlns Davidson, '
Fast Ball
Playing St David's last Thursday,    team's second goal. St. David's is a
Sechelt Elementary School played a
tremendous game, scoring a hard
fought 3-1 win. Robert Joe is pictured
sending a fast hall which scored the
new school temporarily located at
Camp Elphinstone while awaiting
completion of school buildings at
Paradise Valley, Squamish.
The Ah-, Cadet movement in Canada
dulon from April 0, 10-11, on which dale
a nonunion
Charter wan i}ii*n(ed hy the
to the Air Cadet League,
'PUBLIC NOTICH Is Hornby glvon 1hol a Court of Revision will bo holdi
Regional Board Chamber, Davis Bay,
Monday, November I, 1971 at IOjQO a,m,
to hoar complaints or correct- ond roylne |hr Preliminary Llsti nf Elector**
Electoral Area**** A: *>, C, D, I, and F
of tho Sunshine Coast ReQlonnl District,
The Court of Revision may:—.    •
a, Correct  the names of electors In any way wrongly stated
therein; or
b, Arid tiro names of elector, omitted from tho lists; or
c, Stiiko out the names of persons from the list who nrn not
entitled to vote or who pre disqualified from votlnfj; or
cl,   Correct any pianlfest'eiror therein,
A copy of the above cited Preliminary Lists aro posted, for public
Hon purposes, upon tho notice hoard as follows;- -
A Gordon Bay Post Offlco
. A Egmont Poit Office
j "       "      A Madeira Park Post Offlco
1     ,'     fl. Halfmoon Bay Store
\ C Regional District, Offlco
i' O Roberts Crook Post Offlco
i E Twin Crook Lumbor „
F Hopkins Landing Post Offlco
Complete preliminary lists of* oil Electoral Areas aro also open for
Inspection by tho public at the .Regional District Offlco. Davis Day,
Dated October 8,  1971.
G, C, GIRARP, Assistant SecrotaryTreasurer
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Phone @8tSr7Jt2
Closed Monday, Open 9 o,m,> 6 p.m, — Friday Night Til 9 p.m.
AS  USUAL the  Times  is   now  selling    Coached
subscriptions to Beautiful British Col-    entafJLS^hOQl;
wmWa magazine For the sum of $2 you   game of these'asori-a§$i*nst St. Da-   Bod|>areH» UVayne   Phillips, 'P^yfC  Cart Tom, tieovge.BaUey*'Perry Wil-
get a one year subscription covering four   vid,,s^ho"w*adispeed;^ood^baU control  Ne§tn\"*ip, Bvadley Joe,-Will*ard;W^V   Hams/Rioky'August, Robert'Joe,
'issues of this excellent government pub-    -**-—=*"—-—^*—■ --^—^ '-^ '——•?.*Vrt ■ :"<•<■ :- ^__--^_    ._^iji, __1 .*■   >-,   .  '    *  -<- -
Commencing with the Christmas issde
which includes a scenic calendar diary,
this bonus package, valued at $3 ik now
available at the usual offer of $2. They
make fme Christmas gifts for friends and
relatives and it is advised that orders
be placed early so that they may be sent
out in Ume,
Slde-llnerd <
All tho sltidonla of vScclmlt I4Ioiihmi<   nro two youilj,'   clioorlondnrn   Inisy
tnry .School enjoyed IiwI.TIiuhhIuv'.h    waving  Iholr    JaekolH  wllh  oxelte*
Hoccor ijomo whllu tenchoih lioid'un    niont as tho hod «onl Ik Hcored for
liworvlcQ t r n I n I n «   proui'Minmo     tho homo loam,
CmiKht up In Ijm thrill ul' llio «nnm
Active group ...
«J. *4 tt»   •*    It*        *    *. f —a* I # li    V. A*r^«H,»f *,*■,*
.fhletic Association
appoints new executive
TJIK (llhtmof) Mhlello Annoelullnn would
lliu*   to  iinnmmcn  Iho  following rgs
HndneutH to llieir excciillvii ami imn-
mllliwi: iMTflkU'nl, Mr, l.ituv I-uI»imiIi«j
vl«'»i jiHiMhliinl, Mr, I^iuiIh Huvi-h.m, Ni'7
rotary. IrewHurer, Mrti, N'mi'y Diiiitilim;
iniHti'e, Mrn, "Ihlrlny Miicnv; w-iini'ii'ri
hikm'Ih illrmMor, Mrti
on lire ftlno reelnlurilu of the flnnlor HA
(*ni)m*Mtul'dlonrt nine |'i> lo tlm follow-
In iv ViuH'oMver you minium who won n-
wih'dfi, which hoy will receive thrnOnh Ihe
mull, Ih'on**') iiicdiilllun; .lotin Hlmili'lr,
Michael    Thlc|<o,   HwHI    Younii,.   Ilul.lu
YonMM- Henlor HA nwiuilm .hiiin Hluclulr,
Mlclniol ThlrKe, »ni|| Yniiw', .Im
nyi'c ,Suv«'i(i>i
(f(>,,int,L!a illrf ''h!1'1 "N|>"1,Nh;l,^'•, ,l,«• M- MIcliAal ThlcKe, Hn.lt Ymin«. .Innlor HA
HlCifli11     ««,MP»»ill»IUll«m   nnd, nM   Intormodlnto    \\t«   "HvIhk   «w«rd«i
111 VZ tlTMm'r   \ m" ,lu  ""inn Hlocilnlr, 8hown Anion,
iiinio ror the memhuiN nf    ic rHfcuuvo        ... * • ,,  i i
10 COtlllllllO In'IMHi l()\on, ' • U    *  '    IVl"- ymmil |H„M)|«, wo.» llnjr i.w.ir.lH
W« woiilrt llk« to lult.. IhH uppoitunhy fwm  l,M'   ,<0y"1   ■■       H,,V,,,K  H,M,|,,,-V   ,,f
to iXouili Mr, Riiun Klmm, |»u«l |>n-tii,i,.ni;
Mr. Krlo fljihnilillNumr, pi.Hi vim pn>n|(|.
em I wild Mm, Joyro Muveft^n, jiiin! mvhi-
lory tivpsuror for «U their cffait »iu. |1Kr,i
woik In helphm to ImtM u hv\u>i< im,)c-
wtion. Thnnk you,
Bvon« med«lll0nM worn proHented hy
Mr, Tarry Connor, OAA'h hpoiik ch.iirmim
tr» Dnvldi Nmitoftn, nirhfiril an«1 Mldittnl
Kilim; unci Dehhle WIIUh. nt l|»c (Jllmo.m
Athlolle littll on Mnndny, Out, ■:»,' |ir/|
L)av(d Nflum«n( itlchard Unit Mlehuel Hg'
All "the tuv P*3*(ntu products ore quality guaranteed,
and carry the seal of quality approval. "The Luv
Paint" ia a first-quality national professional
decorator brand of paint, You wpuld expect to pay a
premium prica for this .outstanding quality/ but
because wa. mad* It Just for you, the homelover,
you'll find it attractively priced, Buy "Luw" now by
tha quart; by the qallori, faint on tha beauty of
Buy It at
Sechelt Phone 885-9828
Does Your Club or Group report its (
Activities Begularly to fhe Times?
Cnnpdi) 1hmu«h the Hummer Mvlmmiw;
elnnieft HponNoU-d hy tho CIIIwihh Athletic
Association, under Iho Instruction imd
fluldnnce of Mm, I'm Ihnler nnd Minn
MwU ftoQltflon, *n»ft oxwmn wftiou'ondun.
ted't»t tllhiwnn «n Aur, *\i, 1-P71, by n
mornhnr of t|io Hoywl Llio Havlnn Hoelely,
The diiy of the" prcH<t|it«tlnn'ii wnn an
niMeiiihle nnd wet iih llin day lljey tin*H'
tlii'lr «>M*»mi«, Thc/ie yfiiin|(fdci7" dnciyo
II olr h\v«I'«Ih
llnro'R n Rift piiukntto Hint will hn romombnrnd lonn
ofini' tho Chrlslinns bonaoni n youi'a tuiimoilptlon lu
197"? cnloiiilnr-dlfiry, Ynu con qIvo Imih for jind '^i* ■*
tho rflfliil'ir prica of the tnriga/lna nuiwrrlptlmi nloim,
Wo nniHuincA your «lft wild n fltoflilnn fil«n«'i In your
nwnn mid tho curropt Winter latum of Bnnutlful
nrlllsli Colnmhln, iho }(Y/?, Hpiinu, numm»r mul
Cnll ItuuiHH will l>n mn||oi| pa piihllfihml,
Thin nffor nppllnn only 1o now nnd miiownl mih-
fioilpllnna, pnichnsml fnr/1»^ nnd nmtiinuni'liiK with
tlm Wlntflr^ 19/X \nm, flftnufl nrdnr «nrly,
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Subscription to r*.r.r.  7 ™,
rncfoied M,Of (>t dwm*. for ***** **.. .J.A.- ^
mi mnihsuu tlMfet m,
lillil   lhn   u|>plmi*f>   of   llio
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I**.,, *>**«• 0+^**-^««'rf^^Wf'l'^T*'»»(|'j'-«--*f-«**««.w. V>*   *-**,'  " 1, �� t,   ^Li* , F     fc ( 1    ���  ~,'~'-f,*r'*~^if*^n0*?*0*0**n**0*0*i0***^i^^  I* * *    0       J  I,,        . J��l        1  ^" T?i\r  - J^^T*. a**5*��K' ai ,' . ��� . A Ah H >*;  <-"*��.    *   0*  ?,*t.'j4V  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  WH1LJ2 residents of the prea have been  enjoying the pleasant sunshine o" the  past weelt, skeins of geese flying south  and the turning of the leaves remind us  that winter is oniv just iiroimd the coiner.JTow heautihd are the dogwoods ihis  . fall, vyith thpir bright red leaves framing  theh.',l*ifaV<5 nttemptat a soeond blooming,  There has been much'of'interest'going  on md in the hay'too. Tlie hig blast on  Saturday evening around supper time  signalled the removal of the top of leaser  HopK whie'h has been a perpelual navigational hazard to teats and booms passing through Welcome Pass.  On Wednesday, a big school oi black*  fish chose the waters between Halfmoon  Bay and Thormanby Island for tlieir playground, putting on far residents as fjne  . a show as they could ever'hope'.'to see at  any marincland or aquarium. The Jorgensen family set up a telescope at Hunt's  corner which gave them and their neighbours ii close-up of the performance.  AUXILIARY  On Sunday, October 3rd, sixteen ladies  who gathered at the home of Mrs. Frances  Cook enjoyed a pleasant afternoon and  a delicfoiVs ten prepared by the members  of the TlalJ'iiTOwrrfiTiy Hospital, Auxiliary.  Tlie purpose of the tea was to discuss the  need for more hospital volunteers ��� after  the opening of the new wing of, St. Mary's  Hospital which is expected shortly. Tlie  president of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Queenie  Burrows, outlined the work .of the hos^  pital volunteers and pointed out that  ' volunteers do not have to be members of  any hospital auxiliary.  . Tbe next regular meeting of the Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary will be on Monday,  October 17th at 8 p.m. at the home of  Mrs. Eva Lyons. New members -are always most welcome.  SOCIAL  The first social evening of the winter  ��� season at the Welcome Beach Hall will  be on Saturday, October Ki at 7.30 p.m.  The theme of the evening will be "Harvest Home" and everyone is welcome.  A work party! under the chairmanship  ot-Keith Comyn, has* been doing a fine  job enlarging the hall so there will be  plenty of rnonv for all. Part of the evening will be free for visiting and games,  so bring along your own playing cards,  scrabble or chessman. (  The shuffleboard will also be available. Another recent improvement at the  hall is the installation of a dusk.-tordawn  mercury light, which should --make parking easier.  FILM SHOW  Despite a 'foggy night, there was a  good crowd for the first film show of the  new winter ^'series last Thursday. Those  attending were rewarded with several  ���fine films about Canada, one depicting  '. sortie of Emily Carr's most interesting  paintings and another of the ballet "The  Fleece" performed by the Sadlers' Wells  Company, jvhich, most effectively costumed  was   an   interesting   experience. rTbe  ne*t.fjlm show wfit.be on.'WHirsday,;, Oc-  "tohei- 21 and willWnsilt ("W'ftlfaj-' on  Japan.  COMMUNITY  ASSOCIATitON  The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Welcome  Beach Community Association started off  another year of activity With, a smorgasbord supper at the Ed. Cook home, at  Eureka.  With a long table set: in the sunporch,  members were able to enjoy the lo.vely  sunset sky-while they, partook of the  varied and interesting dishes spread before them.  Followingusupper, the annual meeting,  wns held, with officers, elected    for-tho  your  ahead   ns   follow;   president,   Mrs.  Mary Tinkley, y-pros, Mrs, Then .Leuahte,. ,  siHvtreti.s.   Mrs.   li'nu����en   Cook   nnd   who-  ,- rolnry nf lliu rhmnhtna Fund, Mr"** Mlnn-  ', clie  McCrady.  In tlifinking retiring officers, the prcM'  idont pnld'Hpecial tilhuto lo Mrs, Alice  J'Ynwir who had done such n m'ii��niflcont  job an m!cn!tnry-ti*i*anni"*ii* during the pnst  -year,    ��� -   -������ ������  .The Cnunlyy Fair wldah bud proved n  rocord-brenlting one, had mannt ngrent  doiil of'Wnrk and inHpniifilliinty for tho  Iriiimiirer, hut MrH. Kriw'i' bwl curried 01,1!  her diilli'H wilh iiiioitIiw offlcloncy, ��� ,  Tho 1'li'nl winter project of Iho A11K-  Illnry will "Im a hiiiimi-nl'ifinliiH of Ihu hull  in   time  for Hie  find' mmlui on  Ocloliar  ,  ., imii, ,   '  ", ;    ,  BATRPAVRBB  Al 11 miwlliif- of Iho dlrciitoi'H of A fan  II Hiili*pnyn|'H'l'.AHiuu'lnMon held lant Friday, cliiilrmiin Turn London reported tlm  Komi iiowh that the **<*f"li>iiiil noard had  aurititil to lhn inHiiillollun of throe ulnml,  , il/ihiH In the iiruu, (M\o wmiM h�� nl tlm;  iupcljiin ul" Mlnlln IIiiimI and tlur I'lli'l'-'  way unit ono at iiuuli and of lhn Hcilrnn'T'i  ll'iad,  'I'hciro wim dlwiiiiiHlim nlmiil ll>�� "hndi.-  tlon of the 1'iindn In "vynlcninn W'hkIh nnd  I hn nimd for t|m oxlmmlon of the powar  . i,mil iinrvleml, The im^l ��iin��rnl inmiflill*.  nf Amu 1,1 HalnpiiynrH' Ahimu|iilli>n will hn  1111   N<ivnihliitr   lul,1'  MtmicAi, niDF,  '     Mr, and Mm, Fill/ Mmi'lit" have rn--  cnivi-il  nn  Inlcri'filliiH  l��tit"i' from  lli'dr  dniiiiltliT, Aniiciiiailn ll|<>l*<\i* hi Ihnnionil  Jliir,  hm: Aiiuclivi    Cniiniy,   Aiincniarln,  iii'ciiinpiiuiiHl hv liiii'liiuid-IVTiddiow, wmtl  ���     In llin U!\ Anitclim CiMiiity '''nil- vyhcre llm  Uuyid naiiiidlnu Mounted I'nllnu warn to    ,  piirfiiriu thi'lr ninnlniil rldn. Hli" wim ion-  11/inI ni  lhn (uiiliiiiil'min ul' tin!. riiimplIon  Itlvnn lo lhn niniiiill'-N, 'I'lw It'lif iimndr  nlniid, Hhe  m'lhl,  wim  piio-lu'd  H(i|ld  nnd ���  when    lh�� mouiilh'H   milnrcd, nverynnn  iiloiul up, iilicui'iun mid whlHlllHK,'Ihuiinir  him iwnnty niliuiuih nf llu'lr piirforinniu'",   -""llirtr'fl wnr nrnivi ��� f;lir!(7rhif{ ii/nl-cliipptnH --  , and, ih Iho "ml, niinthnr 'iilaililiifK nvn-  , Hun, Adml,HMdl,Vl(..Hl��y lnn|t��d mnf-nlflronl  '   In llieir 1 (nl iiiiiioriiiH iiuda nn thnh' dark  ^ ,.r . 1  ,     1 iTiTitr-wia wtrnnrrarrrr'ii "~��-���' ������"' " ������"-- '*���'"  MoUo C. Aldoreon D.C.  .  cnmomActo��.  Pott OMIm PMlWInfl S��idi*lt  p|(0��. 005.2333      ,,  |t��i. 606-2321  Tue.ttuf N fth.*Y 1*J|30 ���*."��. ���*�� 8i'�� *��'w-  5oii...loy 9(30 o.m. io I (00 I*-"1*  tVliNIHAS UY APPOINTMENT  _ l^ ���by Peggy Connor  colqred hovsS^Snti.'lheir performance^ in  precision, timing and appearance "Was put--  standipg, but Annemarie felt it was more  than that.  1  give suggest*** it was . the mystique  wiih-h; S^adft holds for most Americans  st^d|p^'a^iV does as a symbol of'awj?*  so^ei%o| ;uncrp"wdpd hugeness, clean and  trnpifiliididv-aud��� witlv M waiv ii^vpive-  meptf jJadantitetjiy" the experience- left  Annwrtari*** .With a w-latfiii nostalgia Par  the land fyiJhev birth,    i        '  YiXUJhg theiv old stamping grounds  repently were'May arjd An# Menzies,  former'ti^hei's of the Ralph Lynds home  at Welcome"pencil and no\\' liVing in an  a(p?irenlm��nt? ^t'-Maple1 Ridge. Th��y called  in at the Welpome Beach Hall \yhere they  met piTl Ffaser. He^apd-Apdy^eTie t|ble  the whole .seasqp. Jt weighed1 51** pounds  to cbmpare- notesf^Ppi" Andy Menzies. ^vas    dressed. .        '       *"   ',  ppe of the team pf "men xyho, bjult \\\^  original hall in JMT and Bill Fraser is  the ipreman qf the'crew which is doing  such a fine job of the present- extension,  ' The Menzies were accompanying  friends from Toronto on the circle tour  via Powell River apd Oomox.  Gunnar and M^'Un. Qjerdin ��� of^ Dof-  istdn, Seciielt Iplet, were ip the Hay* last  wetdv"visiting the Tinkley and Ed. Et|-  ijumds homes. They bad just retyped. ^~  t-pV the season's trAlhng in northej-n ^yat-  ei-S and' both had interesting experiences  to relate lo iheir former travelling pom-  paniona. Ed. Edmunds.  CJunnar had been fishing in the IVJill-  banke Sound area and selling to tbe B.C,  Packers' Camp ��at St. John's- Harbour,  who have registered two records in- his  name. First he checked in the ftrsi: fifty  pound salmon recorded tthis year'and  made another record by catching the biggest salmon checked in at t|ie cannery for  'I  Wed  oy, October 13, .1371      The Peninsula 1"Imes  Martin's -experience was,   to say the  least, an^unsual one. He caught a salmon  which h-JiV? been previously hooked and  ���got away, but it still had, caught .in'its  j mouth,   the  Dura-nickel   hopk  frpm   its  pievious entanglement. The extraordinary  coincidence was that Martin's hook was  looped   light    through   the   Durp-nicjcel  hunk in the salmcm"'=> movtthj- which ,n\Us|;.  Mut'iy be a million th pne chape*i.:7, V-  Mr.  and Mr?.   ^dpn."*Sahderpn- of  West Vancouver have speni�� a^Macati^ri���'-.  \Mu-lnhg on their Reclropffs lionii  Mrs. Janet Allen's sn^ts fpr'^ipks.-i''  giving dinner were her daus^i"- Mts. .  Kn^/u Hawirko and family Pt'pm T^ortlv  Viihi'ouver. "'".'��� ������'.'...���  *"*" ""***iT"n-r-nirn^rriimnniiTiwiiiiiniiii ��iumi  Pqge A-3  THE SUNSHINE COAST CHAPTER OF.THP R,N,A,P��Ct  ..   ARE SPONSORING A QNE DAY '  EBUCAIiOfJAL SENIUM Oil OMEIiliC!  SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16th at ST. MARY?S HQSPITAt  If all the boys in Canada whp received  Ajr. Cadet,training could be paraded at  one time in cplumn -Pf rQui.e'', the parade  would stretch lor a distance pi Ae|p|^ ,"5C|'  miles. -        '���'.* ':.���..- . ,'   -  MISS MOLLY EVANS  'from the faculty pf B.C.IT. School-of Nuirsing \vil| be speaKer  A.M. SESSION 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.  P.M. SESSSION 2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.  i  \An Open Invitation is extended to at) graduate and practical- nurses.  ���  I^a admission charge. Anyone planning to attend please contact  Mrs   C Westell,  886-2554.   ���.  n.  0t  i  t  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C, DUCKw4RTH  GHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Talephpna: 9SS-9S15 ��� Telephotia: 886-2912  SECHELT, B,C, GIBSONS, B.C.  ' * ���<���   . _,  ���    k  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTEREP ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus,  836 2714,  Res. 986-7567  . HQrri,s Block, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (Cont.)  '   aFree Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  How servings Qibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  ART SUPPLIES  telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer far Duncan's Ceramic product^  Pine Rd. & Grqndview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885.9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING'  .STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMON | ZING  Essleniont Equipment Services  ��  ,ViPh0ne.88^*2784    ....  |3qx 436, Gibspns7B.C,  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAl,  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN-YQU NEED -BUILDINC3 SUPPLIES  GIVE  US A GALL  FREE ESTIMATES  BLASTING  CONTROLLER tiLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAltb  FREI> DONLEY  Pender Hair-bow '�� 883-2403,  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 805-2304 L, C, Emerson  If No Answer Lenva Messaoo nt  883-2763 nr���88<4-7377.    ~  R.R,  ),. Seshelt, B,C,  BRICKLAYING "   ������ , , . ,   A, SIMPKI^S  ,'   '    ' \. ' '    *    '  Box 517 - Sechelr, B.C.  Phona BQ5-2132  CABINET R/IAHERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  . FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE.  "KITCHEN AND BATHROOyyV CABINETS;*  Our Cabinet "Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C,  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD,  Fill, "Cement-Gravel, Drain Roek, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883^2274  L & H SWANSON LTP^  REAPY-MIX COISC3RETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excayotions  ; OFFICE |N BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,  Box  172, Sechelr; BX.-l  Land' Clearing. Land Development "  Road Building. Road Work  ���     ��� ��� Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189; Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9767       ,   ������  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavqllons - Road Building  Grqdifig - Fill - Roo<J Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelr 885-9550  CUSTOMnSACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  ,  -���    Government' Approvecl  Free Estimates  Excavations - Proinage - Vypterlines,  etc," *"  Phone 886-9579  J 8. P MASONRY  All Types 'Of S|one Wnrk  Aho Bricks anM Blocks  Rnsiilonllal anrl Commercial  New and OUI BMlWinqs  Phono 086-2231  Bok 259, Glhsona, BC,  BU.LPEBS ~"^~'  COR ZUIPEMA  For All Yoiir R��novatlons, Repairs  "^^-^"qntl'Cnhlnaf'Workr**^���**^  Phono 005-2133  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  CUSTOM MOMBS - PUB-FAB HOMES  I llfll) Qnqlliy , ,, Rflqsonnhlo Pilcrm  fluy a Pncknpn mul irnr:| Jl ynurnfllf^ or, o��i|  '���" V our'"pi'ofoss/onol lt��lp."'"  GARDEN RAY, P,C ; Phonp Kvoi, 003-2723  "PASY-MMS". VACATION HOME  CONTACT       ���  Vlnco Prac��>ro|l af  006-7720 Hopkins Landing/ P,C,  for i|oiiir��ii|ii|. Vniiirri| Tnifi l.oq Miillillnn hy  JCAMRI/Ikl-Q!^  RAIDING SUPPiLBES  ,r..i,,li.,;,a���at>7i7!ia    ��� ���>   - ' '"' ������    -a'    '��� a,,.     ..  READY^MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES ,  Your Onn Stop Hulldlnu Slnrn  fnr AH Ynur Puilfllnfl Nfiprls  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES l;TD.  1653 S^qvIqw - Phonfl 086-2642  "YOUR AD IN THIS P?RKCTOTtY   RIIACUCS 4500 HOMES  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACfbR '  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  jim Mckenzie   ~~~~  electrical contractor  Re^iejential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelr, B.C.  2ACH1NE mW  FUEL  c  p  ROPANE  GENERAL CONTRACTING ,  Alterations and Repairs  .Comp|��|i�� Hnmos - Contrnri finililnn  Whnrvos Aiul," Romps  rum fhlimolos - 24 Mr. S'irvlcu  iPhqno PB3-2091 orsB03-2406        <  Box 71, Modolra Park, P,C,  Lnnrl Clearing - Road I3ulldina  Tree Topping - Se|eo|ive Logging  PETE DUBOIS        .' ,  To|o|)honQ 883-Jt417  R,R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES   ~  '  SUNSHINE coASf p^poSAt  SERVICES LTD,  POUT MPIXQN in OCp'S COVf"  Tel, I106-2*)3fl or U09-9973  Cnll Us Pnr Your Plsposol ^Jon'ls,  WllfiO pnivivollpO ��r SpilfUJ Cionnlno.  Conlnlivus Avnllnhlii,'   \  m*m000*0mmmmm0*m*m,00m000m*0m*m*m0**m**0m0m0m00000^m*0  tELECTRICIAIMS ��������� ���  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD,  |Uf,|i|oi)||q| - |n<li|ftlrln| riptl Morlno Wlilna  I'leeiric llrtoi * |:mn WorK  Phono 886-7214  ._ .tyMJMCJJMQ LTP^���������   (������  Eloclrical Contractors  Wiring-Supplies - Electric Hoot  Soehfilt - Phono 003-2062  Sorvlna llm Sunslilno Cnn*.! hit n ouoriof rfnlnry  Ro��l(l��nMa| - Commercial - liuluslrlal  SIM ELECTRIC LT^r  Gov'i Corilfio.l p<lciricifins " ���  phono Day or Eyo, 005-2062  ANADIAN  Serving the Sunshine Cpast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and HP' Water.   FREE:-ESTIMATES^ .--���*������   Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelr, B.C.  RNU WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES'  ^PARKINSON'S HEATING :LTDp  GIBSONS  ESSO 0|L FURNACES  j^o down payment -Pank interest  Ten years to pay  For free estimota���Cqll 886-2728.  Complete line of appliances  0m0*m***^0m000a0*000***0**m*0m*0*00m000m0**********J00***0*00*0m  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsoni 886-2322  i ���_ ������.���, ,������p.  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  " Dianne Allen, Proprietor  'Expsff'Htiir Styling  Cowrte -St.,  ''"'"; Phone  Sechelt, P.C. ,   ...    885-281B  HEATING & SHEET PJ3ETAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Dornestic - Commercial.- Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Socholr, B,C -  At fhe Sian of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTp.  Machine Shop ~ Arc'tind Acty WeldinQ  Steel _fqt>ricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Mo^l6 Repairs  ***       Standard Mariiie Sration  phone U8677721       *��%. Z^mi}*}, 886r?32ft  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD,  ot ESSO MARINE  Gas - piesel Repairs 7 Welding  Eyinrude Sales - QM0 Parts & Service  Boat HPHling  Phone 886774II Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Deglersfpr:  Evinrude O.M.C 7 K&C Thermoglass 7 Sunliner  Spring ggk cirifj Pioneer.- ������..Jy-.y  Also Plumbing Fittings gnd Fixtures.  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2266  Prone (604) 883-2248  COHO MARINA RISPRT  Cabins -��� "Boats;"AMarine Repairs  Rich and Phyllis Atwood  Harry ��r\d. Jean Morrison  - --���������   p;or pox 160        -*,..,  MERCURY E3EALER  leira Park, *B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL PIREP WATER MpATIiRS  ,     fHoihlno P"wn ��� - 10 Y��ors To Poy  l-l|jhl l-himl'infl'    '  ���  Roy Blanche ,Mado|rio park  883-2401 883-2778  0000m0m00m*0*0mm*0000mmm00miiw m ������wrmmmmm������i  HOUSES '  - F) IHi|h Ii,^mwi,imm*mi0*w,0imm0m0000m*00.0immu inwiii |l|^iii��iiwiiiiinimm|iwM��wiiyww��ri"l!|i|��'<iW^I'"|llli> ���>  M      FALARON FARM  '���Excellent (pclll||��3 nvollnlila (or hoordlno nnd  rMInu ynur hnrso,  * Individual Paddocks.' I.lrjhiud Sawdusi fJIno  *' V* mllft p>��orc|B(i Tmok " Bild|o Troll  IRI-QI5TBRI**** PWOp STOCK FOR fSALB  R.R, %, QII,ion., a,C, PI1009 006-7729  I  I  JANITOR SERVICE "  I ���     I an,,,,!,,, ia,....,.. .1  .a 0  ������.���'    ,   ��� ��� I  '  Walcome to Tha Floorshln" Const  HOWE SOUND  MNITOR SERVICE  Spec|a||i*|8liiC|ijanlnu-rioQr Woxlnfl     '���'  Sprny MMfllno - Window CMnlm*!  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 006-7131 - Glbsone, i3.C.  JOHNSON'S  PUILDING MAINTP^ANCH  1 spec|fl||*|no Ini  Papnr I'langlfio* mmrlor & I"xt��rl6r ducornllno,  Run CioanJna, Af! typn-1 of Bulldino  M<?lnt��nan<!*��r f l*��r- ln��tolla��|on.  ...,     , ' ' Window cinonlnei,  PHONB 809-971B AfPR 4 P.M.  Do* <M*"t - s����**i��it. n,c,  ' Ufid lh��so epacas lo  rpqch poorly ,]Q,000 pooplo  r  nupMR^  MACK'S NURSERY - Roherts Creek  Lqndscapjng - Shrufes r Frujit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry' Plants ^Pjdcjihsl Plants - Peot Mqss.  .  \      FhIIv Mceased prest|c|d^ Spraying for"    ,.  Landscaping pnd Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy, - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER; OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibson*  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PMOTOGRAPHERS.,:  PEHINSUU PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Complete Pliojagraphlc Sefvlce  WEDDINGS - PORTRAITS v PASSPORTS  COM^F-RCIAL  ,   c: ABERHETHY  ���   Gibsons, B.C. - phone 886-7374  '/; .ar.8B6-7.21S   PLUMBIIVIG "'  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibson*)- ,   "  PliimNnfi - PipoflMind - SioqmflHIna'   '  liol Water H&qtino ��� Pipe l-oflglno  FREE ESTIMATE?        .,:���"   :  Phono 006-7017 01 886-2848  Ropnli'fl - AHurnilons1- Mow |ns|n|lnt|nns  LAURIE'S PLUMBING 8.  HEATING  LTD,  1        Govt. CoillflRd Pliimhnr :  Phono 886-2406        7  GENERAL DELIVERY - 'SfiCMI-LT( H,C.  RENTALS  1 "RENT'IT'AT!', ,. ,  '^-^'"-"'"THE-R^NTAr'SHOp'"-"���  of DoyIb Bay  "W�� R��nt Rr Sfill Almost EvorythJpo"  TypoWrliPrs t Mphllnq PlnniR - loicvlslons  Roio fillors - Cenwt Ml>��>r�� - hava. Mm.  /^(jq|iqp|c's Tools  PHONE 0QB-294R ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  1 11  0***m00*0m*i0m0m0m000mmt00m0*r00f0000000m00000m*m000*i00m  DETAIL: STORES^.'.- ,^___  C a S HARDWARB  SECI^LT, B.c,  "  'APPLIANCES - HARDWARE'  HOMf.. FURNISHINGS  Phonfi 885-9713  Low.cout' it l|lf|fi prtwor  Yoiir Duslflass Cqrrl  In this Gpncfl will  ���������������' 1        1,  RETAIL STORES  (cunt,)  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's ���* Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding * Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt. B.C.  THE TQGGERY  Ladies' qncf Children's Wear  Open six dqys a wpek  Phone ^572063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SEWING KMCHINES .'  UNSHlNf   EWINQ  ERVICE  f RET HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON "ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9749  Berrgina *% Oi^iegi*;  Sales, Part*?, Servicf  SPOi^TBMG GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCJsiOR!|S.)$$ty ..;..���  Fishing Supplies -r Boats new and  Useel.. . ,; Lorge & Small  885-9832 Seche"!  SUKVEYOKS  \        ROT 8* WAGENAAR  B.C. Lond, Surveyors  (y*��anne Bviildingly porpoise fay  :..  88Si|3^o5r''!?E^tH;^g- ���������  ���wss  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast Highboy  Box 13, Gibsons, B.G. r Phono 886-27.00  SALES AMD* SERVICE \  AH BrPnrfs Ayqilat>|e ,  Monday to Satyrdoy 8:"3p a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday 'eVenino *>y app0intn*ent nnly.  TOWINO  '���'    SCOW*  r���  SECHELT TOWING B> SALVAGE  ���..*���        '","';;LTDi^ '   '.yj-yr  Heavy Equippnent M��v|ng & 1-99 Taw|n0  - I7, higgs '.,; ���  Phope 885-9425'  TRANSFER, . ���  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Hausehold Moving, packing, Srqraoa  Packing MPtorlals For Sa|a  Member of Allied yin L|ne��,  Canadq's No, I Mover?  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, BA  " hansen's^transfert.td/  '        ,, warehouses  Gibsons 886-2)72  ,    DAILY SERVICI: FROM VANCdUYpR , v'   v ���., SCRYING THE S|EC||E|,TPEH|N5ULa!  Fiirnlturptoony(whoro InCqnailq.  General" FroloM. U\f*\toA qnd hoovY hq��tll��a  pmm00000000m0m0000****m*m000m*0000**0*0**000****0*m****0*m0*0l  T,V, ah4 RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.V, SALES  8, SERVICE LTD, ^     ,  APMIRAL nnd, Hl.f*CTRO|-|O^E PPAI-PH^'  <1_^Qrcjpix,Pl|Yot^:..,,nJtLblld  |p Tho Henri Of 'poyynlown, Sop|ie|'*  B(��k 799 Socholt 883-98)6  ,^    CI.OSTO ON tyONftAYS        1  ,    Phono 883?2ST3  ; HARBOUR SUPPLIES  ��        BERNARD GPRICK  ""j: ."���������--";p;OrBAx 150 ������������-   Madfllro Park, B,C,  I0*0****00000>^.^***'^i^��*^*^*mm^00m*0000m0mm00m000*000000]  UPHOLSTERY  BEMIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Rftii|)|io|fiinrlno ��� Ro^lyllnij * Complete Prppery  .,������.��..ii**^,!!;!��.,;..S'i-Tii?!p!,Ml'J."rWJn,.'h  Phono 886-2050 after 6 p.ni. ',   .",or,B86-2873'. .'.,....'���.  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COMING EVENTS  ANNUAL,harvest Turkey dinner; St, Bartholomew's, Gib- '  sons, 5 p.m, to 7 p.m. Sunday,  October 24, Adults $3, children  under  12, $1. .7388-47  CARD OF THANKS  IN* APPRECIATION   to   the  Roberts Creek VFD for their  '"v*el'y hard work and- good ser7  - vice during the fire at the  home* of pur folks in Roberts  Creek, Also our deepest sym-  ' pathy to Mrs. Al EokfordL and  family. ���Norm and Robyn  Jones, Coal Harbour, Van, Is,,  B.q. 7    7366746  ���mm   ���!'' i���ih���1-...i ������inn;���nnin���m ��� n     n i i^.^^^  PERSONAL  WISH to contact Latter Day  Saints members. Phone 885^  2175 or 88&-;&^  ALCOHOA4CS Aoonymous ���,  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creak Community Hail. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343,    ' 4979-tfn  LEARN liow to cope with alcoholism difficulties. Phone  Al-non at 886-7235, 885-9409,  886-2343, St, Adan's Hall, Wed.  8 p.m; 7291-46  WORK WANTED  CHILD    care    given   in    my  home   by "the   day.   Phone  885-2817. " 7292-46  ORNAMENTAL wrought iron  railings. Free estimates. 886-  7029, 886-7056. 6893-tfn  SUNSHINE.    Sweeps.    Stoves  cleaned    and    chimneys  swept, Phv 886-2834,      7378-48  2 MEN, "2 chain saws, 1 truck,  Will do anything also selling , firewood. Phone 112*487*  9201 aft$r 6 p.m.        7316-47  WE "OFFER a complete tree  service to the entire Sun-'  ,shine Coast. Our work is in-  "suredl and expertly performed, Phone for free estimates,  Peerless Tree Services. Phone  885-2109, '   * 6258-tfn  ELEVATED   undeveloped   10 SHELTERED Waterfront, Pen- SECLUDED but accessible by   DAVIS Pay duplex suite with    17   FT.  six  passenger  Sang-  acres within Village of Se-     ,dw Harbour, 700 ft,>south-, good lane, 160 acres beau-      view, unfurnished,or partly      stercraft.    Fibreglass    hull;  ghelt,     residential!     location, ern exposure, ten acres wftfr tiful    well    elevated    upefe- furnished, Phone 885-9662 af-    with 110 hp Inbpard-outboajcl  $16,000  cash.  Box  6499, * q/q 2 bdrm house. AU facilities, veloped property,'year round   ter G p.m.                   7324-47 * Volvo, Fully equipped and in  J^enlnsula   Times,   Bo*   310;   Ph, 885.956**. Write Box 6749,   creek, some ocean view, near  Sechelt,  MADEIRA Park: 2 houses, %  acre. Highway 101, minutes  to  shopping  centre,  Sale  by  owner,  112-883-2624         8499-tfn   c-o Peninsula Tttnes, Box 310,  Sechelt, B,C. * 6749-tfn  WANTED  WANTED  to borrow,or rent,  a cider press, 886-9679.  7329-47  CUTE cottage, 1 bedroom,  Largs level lot, frtflt trees  and landscaped, Municipal water, Principles only, To view,  885-2153 after 6:00 p,m,  7304-tfn  WATERFRONT  7280-46   3 Bedroom house1 plus cottage for sale in Selma Park,  OPEN TO OFFERS  L, A, FRASER  Box 427 ' Sechelt  Phone 885-2041  Secret Cove. $60,000. Will  accept some terms."Box 310  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  6981-tfn  PRIVATE party wishes to buy  _a_waterfront on good view  lot between Garden Bay and  Irvines Landing, Please give  location and price first letter,  Box 7352 c/o Box 310 Peninsula  Times,  Sechelt.   *7352'-49  WANTED TO RENT  1  ���---���������i-w������-    "���������f^W'f'IH^-* ���i.wi^piwwl  RELIABLE   young   couple  wants 2-3 bedroom house in  Sechelt areti after November  1st; Phone  885-2024,.    7356-46,  MOBILE HOMES     ' ' ' , '  DOUBLE   wide���reduced   for  sale.  Demonstration   model.  Must see to appreciate, Quality  REAL ESTATE  PARTICIPATE  AND SUPPORT YOUR  ' '     GOLF CLUB  WELCOME WOODS:  125x200'  lot, level, and secluded. Easy  terms on $2,500.  WfeST SECHELT: Charming 5  . room home with fireplace on  choice beach property, Be sure  to see this one at only $34,000  din terms.  ROBERTS    CREEK:    I    acre  ,..   with a  view, close to good  beach. Water, hydro and phone  available. $5,000.  GIBSONS: One level ac. in  desirable location has spacious 3 bdrm Ranch home. Fireplace in Iiv. rHi���-*CQunter top  range and wall oven makes  the bright kitchen a pleasant  place to work. Your offer near  $25,000 takes. Terms available.  K. SUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCES-  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  ;..,:.1...,.'.,.;,:,.%,:,���.:i,,,,w,,....,,.....,.,,,,...��.'7382-46...  7373-46    FOR-&ALE by owner, 3 BR    built, mpny features not found   s-       house 20x25 living room, W-    in others, May be financed-. -To  View   and   nicely   treed   at    PENDER HARBOUR: BARG-    ^ carpet, cut stone fireplace,    view*, phone 885-2153 after 6  BY OWNER, one lot % acre.  Madeira Park, FP $5,000 terms AIN FOR QUICK SALE: &mi]y kitchen and dinette,  $4,500 cash. Close to school] Brand new 2 bedroom home Wired for 22��* A-Qil1 furnace,  stores, salt water. Frank Lee, on serviced, leyeil view lot ov- Cftrport and sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park, Ph, 883-2607. ���'    erJooking   Garden   Bay.   Only  Only $15,500.  p,m.  708&-30-  MADCIRA PARK STORE   7346-46  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� Lot  75' x 268' 10 min, drive to  Sechelt Quiet area; close to  water and good fishing, phone  and Hydro- available. $3,900  cash, Phone 885-9654.' 6804-tfn  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  "i     Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS: Drive along Franklin Road to see this attractive well built home which  could be yours for as little as  $6,500 down, Exterior a pleasant combination of ranchwaJl  and siding. Note paved driveway and pleasant garden, It's  built to NHA-standards and  . features a good sized living  room (12*4x19) with corner  fireplace, and a large (12%x  21) comb, dining area - kitchen. There's three bedrooms.  All good size and modern  bathroom. Also utility room.  Interior walls mostly gyproc,  On a full price of $24,000 this  place woiild qualify for bank  and  gov't mortgages  totalling  i'< Mil", < tu>/  ?'  General'stpre,"with;? bedroom. pwner's.Horne and sftiall sleeping  ���cabin. Price includes all stock at time of sale, buildings and  land, Approx. 100 ft. on Madeira Park Road and 100 ft. on Hwy.  ,101, cdnTdTrtin^l ,09 acres���~q yery^hplceproperty. This business  shows a nice profit with lots of possibilities for expansion. Also,  purchaser could possibly subdivide land Into 2 parcels. This is an  exceptignally good buy ot $35,000 with terms,  OBITUARY  MORRISON - .PhkhwI-  away  Octohcr  (I. in   Sechell,  B,C,  Ella Morrison, .aged 84 yemu  Born-in Vancouver 11187, Survived    hy    one" win    Gordon  Greer   Morrison   of,  HopkiYu*  Landing;  grandson  Drew and  a granddaughter Sholloy; 1 ulster    Mildred    of    Vancouver,  Rov, Canon A; Ui CummlnRH  ��� conducted tho'funeral 'Hcrvieo  in .tho .Simmons and McUrUi.it  Chapel in Vancouver, Cromii'-  llon,    ArningonionlH   .through,  Iho   llnrvoy    Funeral'' Homo,'  GIIihohm,  B.C, ���       7:J7��-'KI  KI1ACIJ���On OclolHir 7, ,1071,  . Cl'laclyn VloU.it. I'liucl) of Por-  poltu* Buy, ,11,0, Aged 70 yearn,  Nurylvcd. by 'I noun, .Frank and  Uerl'i] II (laughlorti, Mi'm,. Viola  llulnuir; Mi'.i, Louollo JJurmin  iind'Mv,\i Hnrnh Clenlry. .Many  Hi'iuiilcliikli'mi and ((i'imiI gnuid-  ehildron; -I hrolhm'H, Huho,  Jack, Dldl*: und Grant 1-oIoi'h;'  I 'Nlnlor Mi'n,-. Dnrolfiy Hogo,  Ji'iinei'i'il NorvhuiH will ,1k* con-<  diiclixl In llm (lui'den Hill  (.'hupel, lluniiy, H,C, WoiIikih-  tlny, O.clolmr lit nl, I p.m. Cni-  nialliiii, .Arriiiigii'iiieiiUi llirounh  llnrvoy   |''iiiierii  ,��,.,1,M0iiiii.i,l;iC,.,���;,.^,;  Iininit,  (ill)  7!n.7.i4llAu  IN MEMORIAM  "OCTOIlKIl    II,    11)1111! Mnrllii  Wlll'IKH'h,  ,'i'niiiiu io? unm-li'  Thoy Unit nn down lu llni iiea  1    Jn lililpi',  ,'J'lmt ilu. IniiiliKiiiii In Hiiml. ,  WIlMiI'M!     ,  Theiio Hon lhe work'* of  llni'1-unl,  And 11In Wniulei'ii In II)o'<|<hi|>,  ��� Mndly   uiliiiK'd'Kerry;   Kd-  wiirili Oleilln'; J.-ih'IIii; Jinn IMII  and Niim, VllflfJ-'UI  i      a '  JN MI'IMOItV uf Mnrllii  Wiir-  ,w,iiiiuU,.,Iii,,|itvlii/�� -iii^ni*ii',v-��if  my dour liiiiiliiniil Mail In, who  INitoiHl away October II,  IDUll,  EGMONT���BATHGATE'S STORE AND MARINA  Genoral store and marina with 2 older 2 bedroom homes and ono  tottage on approx, IVi acres with approx, 350 fl. of choice  waterfront,'��� marine aas station, lots of floats, 6 rental boats'  With motors. This business is growing fast and shows and excellent profit on tho full price of $160,000, Price includes  business, land, buildings, equipment and $30,000 In "stock,  *      Requires $95,000 clown.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side vlaw lots of approx.  I'M acres each, Only a few  hundred foot from Marina, Each' priced dt $10,000 with $3,000  dovfn. "  '        ..".'���' .MADEIRA PARK  2 ..bedroom hon)9 pn.ppprox,  1  acre, lot, Could' pcissibiy bo sub-  dlvldod into 2sparcels, Clpso to sfhopl's qnd stores,  "SAKINAW LAKE   ' v  Approx,  M acros wllhv330'ft. \watorfront,' Full "prico^ $2Ii(000,  with $8,500 down, .  ..WATERFRONfTarS.'.' '7  . In .Pomlor,l*larbour, with water and hydro,  00 fl.���-(.10,000     ?8 ft,-~.$|0,!30()  ugoonTroad   s  ���\ vmy ci"ud Inilldliuji, lots, Easy walking distance lo t,cbo'|)| mid  myitis at Madeira Park, Can bu bought with low down payment, >���  !300 lb waluilmnt on op|)rox, 5 acres "n poyiid rood, 2 hudroum  partially   Mnl&hed , houi.0   now   rented������ at   $60 per  month,   Full  ������    ������ ��������� price $30,000 on terms,  ���       CANOE PASS    '  A wotiirlronl |��omj Io|h to be i,o|d In cino narcel, Full prlco $1 1,000  willi somo lurma, >  EARL COVE      '        ���    ���   .  (ivuilublQ on thin 30 lot sbbilivlblun, I'rlcml fiom  H,ti00.  ^,7.,iy^l'RA,fAR^  yjivmiii i.u))(irvibirinr I'liciiVinmi* $'^000 a  000, Some clnarod raady lur building,  '..,'    ' "~ ^OMONT,""'       ,  vYdlnr IiikI ond uuii Mellon on choice curtior' pinncirly ml'|nlnlnu  ���Gov't Whorl, Over 20P ft, wnloilrnril nnd lormJioio luoui,  A ,low lulu hi  "'"'Ciiuiurvrii'w'  lul  \,h,  1  1.  iiKSinury,  \ylioUi   lil'o  linvn   nnly ,yul  dt'iir liiiiiliiiiul,  '1'n  rcnu'inhei'  jii,v  lIll'Olljlll,  JIllL  llm  MWeiiliieMM   will   liil'li'i'  loi'fivei',  Am 1 IroiiHiim llin linn/(i) nf yon,  '- l*'v(*r rem<��mlior��d  Jovln/l Wlfo jVlnrthUi  Hit  l>.V  ,7:170-10  A|)|HOX.  |)ibpuily,  1 IV   I  homo,  yntor,  MADEIRA PARK  I'A   i'iciou ol  t-amli-wntorlrenl  penkllke  view  Loaded ,|iii��I nbovo AAaiJolraJ'oik gov'i whorl.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD  Smoll level view lot'. Full prica $3,lti0(),  I,  flielco  wnterlmnt  loi   wllh  wnnj)  pnrilnlly   InrnlMiod  Hnn ncorn llniplnco,  bnthrnem with Mmwor, hydro nnd  Full iiriai $13,000 wllh $!>,000 down, Imlonca nl $100  1 per month.  ���������"<w ������"*������-���  -MOBILE. I IOMl7SlTEG  ���jnyaml loin avolloliln,  Mnny nlhnr vmw end woloiliont |ol'�� In'lho I'oiidnr  wmmm  Iniliour ntoa,  *e0*m  RfeALTY LTD.  Madolro Park, 0.C,  Phono Pendor Harbour 883-2233  /,  Serviped lots in new Garden  Bay subdivision. Excellent  mobile home or building sites.  Priced from $3,700 with terms.  HALFMOON BAY (Redrooffs  area): 1% acre view lot overlooking Welcome B e a c h,  Perfect seclusion amongst tall  evergreens. An impressive  property for $4,500 with terms.  HALFMOON BAY (Redrooffs  area): Very attracive 2 bedroom home with guest cottage,  Lovely beach close by, Vendor  anxjous to sell and will consider any offer tp $15,500.  Don't miss a bet!  For additional infowiaition or  to view, contact Jock Hertnon  at 883-27,45  (Madeira Park)'  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Gibsons  7368-46  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box,238,^Gibsons, B.C. �� .,  school and shopping, To view  call 886-9941 days, 886-2791  eves,     , 7379-46  GIBSONS, ROBERTS CREEK                    _ AREA: Near Peninsula Ho-  ��� $17,500   on   which   your   pay- tel, a 5 acre block of land, par-  mente would be only $150 per tially cleared, with an orchard  month (25 year mtges). This is and two BR house in good con-  YOUR opportunity to acquire dition,  Just off Highway  101  a practically new NHA home with  good   rqad   access;   Two  WILL trade a fine 3 bedroom  modern home at Garden Bay  with the most beautiful panoramic view of Pender Harbour for acreage or mortgages,  Also view lots, Call" Len Van  EgmondfSuncoast Estates Ltda  Van, 433-6546 or Sechelt 885-  9813, 7389-46  WANTEP to buy���Deluxe 2  or 3 bedroom home with  recreation room, on view lot,  Gibsons area, up to 5 years  old, Box 7353 c/o Peninsula  Times. Box 310 Sechelt.  :��    7353-46  DAVIS   BAY:   A   truly   fine  building ilot with a fantastic  view, ,   Fully    serviced.    Will  build to suit you,  WEST SECHELT: We-have 4  lai'ge lots left���be the first  to get one before it's too late.  Southern exposure; Nicely  treed, very private. Under  $10,000. Also outstanding view  lots.  SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES:  JUst available, over 100" for  under $10,000 in Square Bay.  Southern exposure, arbutus  trees. This won't last.  See Len or Suzanne Van Eg-  piond: Van. 433-6546 or Sech-  .:....,  "chelt 885-9813  MOBILE Home, J2x65, 2 bed-  ���   j'oo'ms, qdimplete with skU'tv  ing and   aluminArh , awning,  Only 2 years old. Phone 886-  7187, 7066-tfn  ONE mobile home space available.    Big    Irtaple    Trailer  Park,   Wilson   Creek,   Phone  8857 9513,*   ������-���v   .   . 7245-tfn  . 60x12 HOUSE trailer, Cimad-  ian made. Low I down payment  and  take  over  the  re-,  maining   payments.   Ph,   885-  9516 or 886-7778. 73Q2-46  excellent condition. Bpx�� 675  Sechelt or phone ��� 885-93-10  evenings. 7319-tfn  16 FT. OUNKERf 5 hp B-S  engine, clutch, shaft and  prop, In good condition. Asking $150. Phone 883-2630 or  see at Silver Sands ��� Resort,  near Madeira Park.     7371*46  CARS & TRUCKS  ���65   CHEV   vans   6   cylinder,  $600.   Phone   886-2775."  7317-47  " '62 CHEV pickup with chassis  mounted  camper,  115  inch  jvheelbase, 6 cyl,,' 4 spd,, HP  equip, Ph.  885-9352.      7347-47  ���_      ..... ;. .      ��� ^ ..I��� -.1    l.-l     '     .."     I.         ...      !._,     ",-     ���-        I.I      '..---*���-������*,  '68  HALF  ton   pickup   Chev,  Model  910  f our ' s"peetlT^350  cu.    Canopy    included,    Nice  shape. Ph. 886-2087.      7385-46  1962   FORP   'Fairlane   auto-  matic. 6 cylinder, $150, Ph.  883-2256,  - 7359-48  PETS  ���act now!  CALL US AT 886-2481  SARGEANT ROAP: For only  $6,300 cash you can buy a  cottage on a 66x120 lot, now  renting for $75 -per month.  Purchaser must guarantee, to  move cottage after 24 months  use.  '886-2481  ROSAMUND ROAD: Ask Mr.  White about a,small lot, ideal for mobile home.  886-2481  -SUNCOAST ESTATES LTD.  7390-46  streams on property. tHydro  and phone,' good water supply. Seclusion withqut isolation. Good potential for development.   FP* $20,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE; Very  comfortable 2 BR ��� house,  newly painted. Bright living  room, dining room - kitchen  combination. Elect, heat & el-  opt. jHW, Electric stove and  goH "fridge^go^rith hQU^e, L07  cated in levijl'tprea within easy  walkiiig distance of stores and  PO, Well situated''for retirement, or, as ���'stsn'ter" home. FP  $^500, "Xll reiasonable offers  considered, ��OWNER WANTS  IMMEDIATE SALE.  GIBSONS:   A   million   dollar  view lot with an extremely  place along with carport aiul   well kept' 4  bed,   home with    Viev1/ on lower road, half ac-  breo/.way.   Only   $3,500 down   ''rumpus room in l*)nsenient and    re each,  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTP.  Box 799, Gibsons, B.C.  Van  Pirect;  685-3133  GOWER    POINT:    4.86   acres  treed,   gently   sloping   with  many   good  homesites,  driveway in, water and power av->    _   ,.    ,���ei ���    ,  ailaWe, Was southern view of J^fe7?5^  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  13 FT. trailer, sleeps 3 - 4. In  good condition, $675, Apply  to C. E. Sykes, Beach Ave,, Ro-  berts Creekr Phone 1127985-  2074. 7249-46  BOATS & ENGINES  16*-oF-T.    Grlasspar,    fiberglass  hull  with cabin, n& motor,  $800.  Smitty's "Marina. Phone  886-7711. 7056-tfn  32 FT. Gillnetter, A licece,  Crysler ��� Crown, sounder,  good condition, rigged with  herring seining gear; one her-  ring jeine 85 x 10 fathqmss;  2 net ponds. Ore seine winch  ���suitable vessel 40 ft. or more.  Phone 883-2336 or write Box  1, Gaiden  Bay P.O.., B.C.  73.13-47  24 FT. fishbo t v ' h "C"  lic-  ence- 25   l;y   Giuy   Mariner  Phone 883-2331. 7281-46  FOR SALE���Fast 27 ft cabin  __ cruiser; Brandlmayr design, built 1961, mahogany  lapstrake hull; ex. cond,  275 h.p. Chrysler Marine rebuilt 1970; head, galley, icebox, sounder etc. .Phone 886-  7268, s0137tfn  TERRAWENP     11,    36    foo*  steel, top of line Chris Craft.  BLACK   toy    female   poodle,  1   year   old,   $50.   Ph.   885-  9797, ' 7306-46  POBERMAN    cross,   puppies.  'Excellent   pets   or   security  dogs,  $10 each.  To  view call  883-2492. 7362-46  7   WEEK   old    German  She-  phardsf^Iale    iind   female.  886-2348  evenings.        7357-48  LIVESTOCK  TWO 1971 reg. Quarter Foals,  Both are show prospects.  Also good local hay at 76 cents  bale, Brushwood Farm. Phone  886-2160. . 7208-46  PINTO mare 9 yrs. with half  ..   Arab   filly,... 5l.months,   Ph.  885-9801. ,      7360-46  LOST  LOW DOWN PAYMENT AND  3 UEtmOOMS makes thi.s  house a real buy, situated 011  a potential double lol,' with  FRUIT TREES on Rosamund  Rd. Extra large LR with fire-  Gulf Islands. A terrific buy at  $13,750. Cash, Firm,  ROBERTS CREEK: Two 5 acre  parcels $0,900 and $8900,  Excellent buy, immediately ii-,  djacent to the Peninsula Hotel,  ROBERTS' CREEI*- Two serv-  ced  lots, $6,000 aiul $7,000,  der, Capac, Autbpiilot; tfirn-  tabs, electric winch, Pressure,  H. W. Teak cockpit, Pjnghy  and davits. Now $35,000, best  offer to $15,000. Ph. 485-4073,  7327-47  RING of keys with brown leather tatj. Lost Madeira Park.  Reward.! Ph. .883-2424,  7387-46  WANTED TO BUY   OMEGA   2,/4x3,/4   or 4x5. en-  larger, Grafhic' 11  view ca-'  mera * 4x5.   Box   459,   Sechelt,  B.C. .7303-17  TV ANTENNA booster wanted. Ph. 885-9851.        7363-46  USEP BBb tuba wanted.  Write E, Everett, 6565 Seton,  Powell River--or Ph,  112-483-  94557 ��*���������**.'* 7361-48  FQR. SALE '  TUPPERWARE, Sylvia Spiiin.  , Phone 886-7085, 73227,45  on FP $20,000  080-2481  REED   ROAD;   2V*\   uortitt, ��� of  'viow    property, - size    l(17'x  (161)'.   Good   holding   properly,  $4,700 cash, .   ���.  8(16-2481  LANGPALK: Wilh. Its iiiimii*.  piiNscd viow of "Ilowo '(Sound,  1 lot 70x120 n\ Uui front,  $5,000, Four lots (15x11)2 <m  Wharf ltd, $�����<)Q0 ouch, a )(Hh  ,,on .Thompson Rd, $4,loo, All  norvices in,  IIHII-24III  'ClOWI'Jli'PblN'lVThlN In nol',,.  mlHprlnl,   fi  imva  Un'  only  ��� $14,01)0,  ton tn lively   ready  lor  nn   II   lot   mihdlvlNlon,   Wnlur  anil  powor In,,  WATI-RI-TIONT: Kurnku llond,  Tyvo  .loin,   ImviiI,   koikI   mill,  nice   Irutis,  comniuiilty   wiiinr  fiervico, WONPKIlFUl, VIKVV,"  '$10,000 - $10,500, ,,        .  . /  1111(1-2-1111  ACHKACIKS,' On,n����i im,: |l,5  iici'im of Hloplint laud Hurt  "atxcolliMil .' piiMMllilllllnii Try  youi' ul'l'iir on only $1:1,7^0,  Homo ToniiH,  '   llll(|.��4lll  ���NKvr'-'-nRnuooM'-nnwiijr  Thin  (lollfthtl'ul   Ut 1 li>  iniin-  h\\r In Hlt-iuijiHl lu tho' VllliiHii,  ll hat" ll /{(Hid vluw nnd all iini'-  1 vli'im, iindnrnround, Vi'iy /;ood  ti-U'inn jiiiHiiilild on $!ll.llbli,  ,   HIKI-24111 ,  ,MKIIMAII)   HTUKMT,   (IKClJ.  Kl.T; . IIoj'iVn  n ..coinfurii'iiiu ...  liunlly   iil/.n ���Imumi   wllli   lull  'hiuwinent, iluuhlu /(urnKn, houi  hhiul' mill   iloll/diiiiii   ,(111,1,,,,  only 11 block from inow hliop. ���  pliiH, (uiiilri)   and   liamly   p,  , iK'lKinlti, MvIiik rnnrii, |i||'t h|i.,  chuil, two licdiouiiiii on main  Iiiiui', pluti Juiiillior UK in Hid  ,, niiii!  iind  IiihMii  iiiiiii'wuy  to"  liniii'iiii'Ml wliui'ii a ion iiMim wi'  ''"���Ihni'ii'-'liDili^iiiijjT n**'"7r"i;HfiiT  iMiillil Iiii iiuilallKil, Tlii'itt'ii  iuui:ll In In; M'l'u hiiin and w���  wnillil   Iin   iIiiI||;|i|im|   Io   i,|iuw  yon iiruiiiiil, Fi�� $111,(11111 W||li  $10,0110      dlJWll,      huluill't,     ,.���.^y  li'iiiiii ovar ten ycaiii,  HIIII-24III  utility" room; This is a split  IqvcI homo only 7- years old  and must be fscon to bo appreciated,  GIBSONS: 3 bed. homo, as  new,' with, 0 full concrete  .basement, This Is \t\ vory'nice  family homo in a quiet area  and close to ajl services, Full  asking prlco now only $20,600,  ROBERTS, CRFJ3K: Park Ave,  One were' of developed land  with a umaM'Htlruotlvo house  and other "'buildings' 'nl! In a  purk-Hlto i^otllnK with ayeiir  'round flti'cnm, Full price only  .11111,900,  UOUEHTB.'CREBIC: Now suli-  dlviHlon of choice fteinl-Wlit-  erfront ilols on �� rtnntlmrly  Hlopo, UT roads and wutof,  Pick youv lot now for K000,  SOAMKSPOlNTl OT 21)0(1,  homo on �� InnuMKul iviow  Hemi-waturfront lol. This may  Ini whnl you nro IooIUiik for  for only $13,000,  'ainSONSi Gri(b.tl'l�� now: 7  hUi'i'u ���ultopplntt  eoijtro   wMh  6 riintnl nulMw Iwlow, \>\m ��  full   itndovolopod    huHomonl,  Ask for, M* ixutltfuliuH,  '       <     Member  Vancouver lUiii'l JSslalo Hourd  Notary Public  WSTJNGR WANTIflP  Vlnco Prowor ,    886-9359  Wally Peterson) \  886-2877.  ,    non m, aii)Monu,.i��,c.   ,....,,   - 73113.40  John   Black:   Toll   Free;   (HID-  3133  or  880-724.1   or 8(16-7310,  ��    . ���-7381-40  FQR RENT , ..,    .   .     ;  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Community   Hull,    Contact'  Mrs,    Plane   Aiulerson,    11(1")-"  won, MBfi-tfn  NmJSKKEi^  ., clean, private entrance, all  found. Working yont, ,Selma  Park, i'h. iu��r>-i>r>:tr>,     7ii(i-u'n  i^I)icn'r/r~I'a7k HmT-'-IjIuw,  deluxe, fully otiulpped iinils  available for nionllily' ronliil,  Hop!, Ifi thru Mny, 1 u'nd '*.  bclniiH,, $M)\): per, month, Ro-  iOvo icuh r��f|ulroi|, No ohlldi'on  or [iotti, Write Hdyc" 7100 c/o  Poninsulu Timoii, Rox 310, Hb-  choll, J1,C,     , 7KI0.lfn  WINTER acoininodiillon avull-  ablu froiu,fio|>|,iini.ooV, Bepai'-  nto JIvlnK nn, and hdrm, Mutli-  rooi'n With i*hnv*M'\ R��i*ihii(0iIo'  I'l'ilen, At l-owo's, Madeira  J'ark Molol, I'liopo liiiiLitino,  Under now nnuiiiKoinonl,  1      7!II*I-I7  Hir*MA^iWiri'iijii7:;i|iii m  -' iikiuIIiih, .I'll,  IHII"-IH!!7,  7'tta-lfn  ' (I HOOM nihil), initiildii pliiinh-  Iiik, Hoohnll an*,". I'lnnio 1*110- "  IIOIII),      ���>������<, 7*1110.-10  (I   llUOIvi   colliiHii  ill.  Tllli-iuiii  J lay, I'll", 111111^11(0,'    . VaiKlr'Ki  '"Vlbj)ii!l|N    walei'i'i'ont    imhln  .'' for runt. Madeira Pnrk, I'll,  ...llttJIriMMa. ..,-!.-.. VIIH'MII...  Member pf the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  SELMA PARK .,,,���._.:,.,,'    |Sa, 1771,.  Nicely finished 1 bedroom rotlronient Wme .Just 2. yoari old,  plenty of closets, well Insulated, all electric including furnace,  On loqsp lot 50j<l20 feet, Prcsonf loaso $50 per annum until  July I, 1?75, then 2,torm'i of 10 years each, full price $14,000.  For app'olntment call Don Hadden, 885-9504 eye's,  1 SECHELT ' ���    "���>    ���'    -   ; ... ���    '   ,. ���.No.'-IBiU*  Attractive all electric 3 bedroom homo, ovor -1,000 square fool,  stono fireplace, Larcjo lot with fruit frees,'berries, and shrubs.  Garden shod) oarage, palio and level lawn,, close to school and  shopplna centre, |"ult price .$22,950, Try yoiir down payment.  To view, call Don,Hadden, 885-9504 eve's,  DAVIS I3AY   , T       "~7T~" . No, -2217  Ideal 2 bedroom rotiranienl homo, bright and convenient,- |ust 3  year old, On largo view .101. cleared dud landscaped, clobfl to  bunch nl Davis bay, Cash prico $20,750, A bank mortgage nioy  bo arranged, par apimliiimohl cult Don Hadden, O05r95O4 eve's,  Si:LMA -PARK       " "^        Z       ' ' No, 5-9954  View   lots,   almost   level   lor  building   and   garden   eabo,   Only  " $3,400; Call Jack Wnrn7flfl6-2681 eve's,  FOR SALE  ��RIME.EtEVATUD"-WAT,l:��PKONT'i'10 ACKUS AT   ,,, ~ i _WUST,.r?OKI."!.OISU^IiAYi. ,-. ������,..,���, ,  Km\ CViml^y  ,laok   Wlill'i  .l��y"*iVlHH*'*r*  nii(i-:'iii)ii  IIIKI'-JOJII)  iwin-iinoo  7aii'U40  Includd'a Imya inoUtnn !3 badrpom' houw, broailla^m  ihroMulioMt, lltifia bulhrooma, hot vyjulur, houi nlc,  lf.97,000, P, .'. VVhltcroft (Ownnr) VoncoitYor.  Phone 1127387165 or 2637631  GIBSONS        ' '        ,    '        No, 23511  tiill bsmt, home in now sub-d|v, On-lprge ylow lot, all services  underground, lliroo hodroc^ms,1 Ono and 0 hall bathrooms on  mnln floor, Largo si*n-doq|<s, Most of mntorinls in finish,suite in  bsmt, Fireplace up and.down,, Full |irlco $36,00p, Half cash down,  for appolnlmont call Jack Warn, 006.2061 eve's,.  PFNDl-fl AREA"'    ' ~  Uotwoen pendor rind Irvlns Landing, on Hotel l.ako,Throo bdrm,  collage with half bsmt, and carport for holiday, retirement or '  small family, beautllullv kept grounds wllh iwo fish |ionds and  small swimming .pool, iJont building shod, 20'k5O' on r.oncrelo  fouridolloii, **20, wiring, drum lioater, liroild new speed bonl hull  nliin, All for $26,000, .$10,000 dn, Call Jack Worn, 8(16-2681  or Peter Aolbers, 806^91 eve's,  IIIGIIWAyV)!     ' "���     7        ''"        "4 N,,,, |n|9  12 ricroi, oppioX, 3 ncies cleared. Oenlle soulhuily slope, Corner  properly with 'undovoloped gri/nllod ��ood--nfi|��l|ox, 960'' liml,  Near C.o|| Course,  IM';   $l/,500, C,  R, Gnlliorcole,  M)6-/0|ti  1 "va s, 1 1 .     ,        ���  ROIJEKTS' CKCFK   *r*r~       ��� ", '.     ' N'���  mi)  Ocean View, Charmlnq iwu bedioom Homo, fully modum/hili'ilu  opim pliin, llnailllliilly landscaped gmuivls, pqtlo, r.ompleln  pr vary, Throe minutes slio||,*|o beach, sloro/poM o|||r.e mul bus.  $29,500.00. Coll C, *���, CrOlUarcoio, (IH6.70H iiyn's,       ' .'  'GIIJSON'J "    ' ���   , ���.���')'���''   \ N()226|  Allranllvu iwn builiuoin homo, fVinollml llvlm/' mum, w/w ciirnel-  Ino, cusiom built cuplKKiuls, oil fuinnco, 220 wlrliig,' Douhlo cat*  pari, wnl mnlnlalnod Inndscnpod grnund**, l:��c��||��ni rnllremeril  teo^ovif'      ' P,P* *7���000;-���Cn|, C" *' GnlluZle ���"'  CillJSQNS* , * "" N()   Ayif  Houlli  Hulcliur, Clunrwl  view  lul  ovniluoMng  llm  huibor',  Con.  iimmnni imiiui, $3/.)fln,oo, Cn\\ C, r, (kiii^coI.i, mjfi./om,  A!iK I OR oijR IRI (; CAI ALOOlJi: b|< RLAL I.5TAH1  AGENCIES tTD. l  Box )2Q, Socholt Phono BG5-2235  (E,&0,E,)  'L  A  ,.,*,  i   luU t, 0, ^,,<   t, q    '      ,i   ,   I    '   *    "   *  WXB0mmf>tkai0i00i0'000000m  t  ��� , .* -   ,, ,1' <> ������ r 1 7 f 1  00000M000i00m00Hl0m000im00  ��� I * , * m 0 *�����*��� 0  * L,r<*.  *, 7* r*��0, m ^ *L0.  ��(,��,��7",a,>,,    I   ,  * * , ,  , ��  ,   ...,., ,  , ' ,  ���0,0, 00,   .>*. )*.,,. r *,  m   .. .   ?       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Don't Omit  The Addresses t  Many out-of-town readers  Will write you but will not spend  money for a long distance calf.  2. Don't Omit  ���    Thp PHone Number  ^  Many  readers will  call ryou  but do not find it convenient  to come to youj- home.  3. Don't Conceal The  Price Desired  Surveys show that a high  percentage of readers wil! not  answer on ad unless the price  is given.  4. Don't Leave H"..ie  On The Day;  ������   You Advp:Wso  Manv good prospects will not  call the second time if your  phone is unanswered.  5. Don't Oniit  Important Words  To Save Money  Readers can't guess on important details. Remember, a  well- written informative add  will get results faster and cgst  must less in the long run.  6. Don't Overlook  The 3 for 2  Bargain Rate  You'll get the biggest parade  of readers ot the lowest price.  If you sell your merchandise  ahead of time just call and  cancel; you pay just for what  yau use.  TIMES  885 9654  FOR SALE (Continued)  ID" PHILCO Townhouse B &  W   portable   TV.   As   new,  $100.   (Getting   color).   Phone  -1185-0872, '      7284-46  ELECTROLUX Sales and Service.  Hob  WaJtham-  Phone  88*1-0878. J!593-tfn  PRESSURE  pump  arid  holding lank. 886-9670.    7380-47-  NEW W x I" ItiTgauge galv,  ��� wine 13" \virlev20i> fl. V&'-'x  Va" 14 gauge g��lv. "wire 40"  wide $1 ft. (Ideal sue M'or  sei ceiling soil).  Ph. 885-0427.  7282-46  /*  FOR SALE (Continued)  JF IT'S.-suits W 'H't* "Morgana,1  '  885-6330, Sechelt, B.C.       , -   ��� ea^'-tfn  ENJOY  thjpf' -T,v��nte? ' evenings  reading  -JDr/ \'��bmss ', book  '**"��� "i ,     i|^i; *i I. t1       "  fOR liALE (ContinuedJ  2t men YiHth�� TV. Perfee|  ' "\vovHing orderi $70 ph. 8,86-  0307- .       , 7323-47  jyiEET   "feReplt   the  BrPWnie"  %\  The Tjme^" Popks.tpre in  With   your' ohtJdvep.   Or _, \\\b, Seehelt. l\o lives in ft tjoql? full  Wind in 'the Willows,' Uita-  walha, ChlJclreTn t J.iter^ture.  New nncl^pxiflilirig*'h*o hhy  honks on oi;c|fr .Time** Bookstore, Seche|t.-PH   88*1-0654,  7208-42  STEEL double lied and  mat-  Iress. SmnR 2 drawer ehest,  0 ft. f|in-eglf��ss boat* M|&*?. it-  epis. Ph   ^Bfi-Sya?, ;     7367-40   a , ,.,, .^ ,   iiiiiiiiiiiHiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiMiHiirn,)iii|iiiiiiinilll(i  No family yet, But maybe, Sojiieday. How big *% house to buy  today ��� for tomorrow? how much-is a realistic down pay*Tient?  Bob's salary is modest."Put his ambitions are higlvAnne vvorKs  loo. Hoyv much can Ihey afford to pay each month?  Can Ihey get* first mortgage? And how,big should It pa? What  if they need a second mortgage? .  At your local credit union we have the answers to all thosf".  questions and some that Bob and Anne haven't even thought  up yet,     * ���    ���.�� ,.,.  Not only will we ansvyer their questions, we'll arrange i\ first or ���  second mortgage forthe.matoneof the best interest ratps in town.  If you need a mortgage drop in to your local credit union, You  won't regret if. Wa lend a helping hand..     <  B.C. GenfralJQreiigf Union  YOUR LOCAL CREDIT UWION  SUNSHINB COAST CREDIT UHJON  Sechelt - Tel: 805-955]  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT UNION  Gibsons - Tel; 806-2833  of beautiful illustrations by  Elmny Cvow- -Ti'ice fp^.05- Also  on order, " '.Beatrix Pptter  hooks. All honk's carefully  selected. Phpne OOfvOflfii \.  . 7J17S--47  PRICED just right'nnd ideal  for n sUidenl's Christmas  present. Royal Mercury typewriters at ^,91*, brand npW  Crnaran*reefl.-- Al* The Times  Bookstore, Sechelt. Phone 885-  PG54. 7374-47.  21 INCH Marconi jy. Modern  style     New    picture    tube,  Phone 88*1-2176. 7372-46  120 BASS accordion. Ex. condition. Plione 883-2516.  7- 7 73^46  l NEW 3 cutiic feet eetnent  mixer, $250. "I."* bulldozer and  tiifiiierr f2,4l��o; ??h. 885-0712.'  ���-  .....���.,,.���., 7..^J.;^.....;^Ji8��Ji'-iQ:  COMMKRCtAt. hair clry^TijT  good'condition. 88(��72418.'  7J"54-46  1 PAIR size 12 little Jjoys' ice  skates. Brand ne^y. Pli. 885'-  9550. 7365748  MARINE ACCESSORIES   :  ���'aiht ��� Fibvreglass A Rope <-*:  Canvas ��� Boat ftardwar-?  'Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone  8(J6-9,'*03.  Gibsons. BO  ATTENTION ��� USE IT  WHITK   SP.^CE   ATTRACTS  I  IlIjIlC^ 1  HEATING  more an.  Homes m-for HvIiir. Tnkc lliln home for cxnmplaf  I'rom hiiNt'inniii lo milt' ov��ry hit (U Hpnt'0 Ik hclny  iiNciirorliviiiM.'riuirNlHsciuiNcli'Hlit-iiUulclctiiik'iilly,  C'inupiit'i millN inko up llniu or no Npuuo, 'Ihoro nro  im tlui'iN or plpuN, no fiirniifu room. Hvury Inch'of���.  -"ipnco Ih hninn umul ,; riiinl iliiil'NlmpoiiiintrWiiU-  lojIny'HcoiiHinK'lloni'of'lH,  MonI Impoiimil, cvory loohvifj t'oihfoilnhlo - jusl  llm wity ��**ich IikIIvMiimI winiift II. 'riim'N nol nlwiiys  powlhlo wilh oilier .lientiiim nyMenis Iwciiuno oho  ilicinioNliii miihi (itillNl'y ilm i|t*'mmuln of iiII^oojiih., ,.  Willi clwuin Immlnn you cun linvn ronin-hy-room  tiMnpciniiiio -.'onu'ol - a ihci'inofiiiit In'cvory nuxn.,  Simply dlnl Ihe comfort sblllnR needed lo suft ench  room'fi noilvMy,  ,i Moid livliiR ispnco,1 More comforf, Miikcu u lot ot  ficiiNci, tlocNii'l UV You'll find (hill Iho coul of heallii|j  ._��lcqfi1g(illyJ��KiQilNlhlqJao��.w^��rw.a�� �� ~��^7�����-��-  Olvo n�� ii coll, Our.C!|-f*fomcr Ailvlsory .Sorvlco will  l>o hnppy io diticiifiii your new home plwm, Quiillfled  peiKonnel will r��conimeiid ctpiipmcni kI/,cs, iimounc  of liiNiilmlon k'cqulrctl, mid ylve you n wrilten eMl*  , mule oi nnnuiil ulnciricliy cokiu for henilu'*,  CuHiomer Adyhory IServlvQ in froo r*> Hvnllnhlont  ,ii|IIVfCVIIytl*fo��f(|voij,,',   '., 7  b.c:hydro -|f ^  BILL fVlcPHEPRAN  -ni.lXTRICAl; CONTRACTOR  886-7477  Gibson*)/ B,C,  JflfVl McKENZlE  ni-|:CTRICAL CONTRACTOR  085-9970  Socholt, B,C,  .nr.���. ,,..���! ...  SIM ELECTRIC LTP.'  aECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  883-2062  Sechelr, B.C.  R.R, 1 Madnlra Park  NICK'S ELECTRIC hlcctrical contractor  803-2516  The' peninsula Times   ''7  pp^ A-$  Wednesday, Ogfob^S^ \$7)  Paul St Pierre  . .���.���.���,...���,  ^-Letter fronn parliament Hill  OTTAWA���flaving been of some tnt��c]est  a^istan^e in shaking cash, lqpge from  ilu* Government, I am delighted to report  thai    one     of    1he  f'oasl-Chilcotin's tin  it'^t oo^nmtmities  w ill formally open a  uiuqcre Centennial  Miwe'nm on October 2  Anahim Lake has  reconstructed U Ki-  gli Hut, tite distinctive dwelling of the ffc  eaily Indians of the  aiea The . Cattlemen's Associatioh7*iSS  which occupies a functipn 'in Anahim  Lake reserved for City Councils jn larger  communities,   has   arranged   a   barbecue  ami dance and a vep^rtat hortfi indicate*?  there will be liqypr served,  The report, is frpm Clark, A; Davis..  Western Canada Ethnologist'of the Na-  titinai. Museum Qf' C!anacla- The jepprt  is comprehengiye,'.but Jong, J, sbaJ-V.'.^er  pinduce here a fpw exir^ct*^:  The. Anahim Lake ��� Mustetimr*-in its  ninclest beiiiififngs,: will ���consist.'.pf a re-  cimslruetion pf a- winter lodge of thfi  style commonly in .vise���������on the Plateau  at approximgtelif the lurn of the 18tU  century.," The-rMttseum is suppqnted of--  ficially 'by the Anahim Lake Cattle.men's  Association, thg'Cp*lnmu?)ity Development  Association, and the Anahim Lake  Chamber of Commerce. A sizeable .grant  was obtained from tl}e B.C. C.ehtehhial  71 Committee to underxyrite^ part. pf .jhe  costs involved. The townspeople obtam.ed  a Crown Grant pf appvq^imately, twenty  acres of excellent land to,be us6d as a  siie. for the-iVxUseiim, and' fpr cam.*pjng*  and picnicking facilities for summer,-^i-'  siinrs. . ���". ������ "      .   ',  ...-_���   ^  For a start, lhe loclge will shrilly*  stand by itself, with pTsVi^glass panWs1  around the-outside perimeter so that the  \isiiinr can view lhe interior. A sign out-  Fall wedding . . �� ' .-   * ,a  ���   - , if  Double ring Qetemojxy  unites _BoYe^Swanson  GIBSONS United Church was Uie scene.  ol a" lovely Jail wedding held on Satin-day, September 25, JD7J at 3 p m- when  t^mela Ruth, pnly daughter of lyir and  Mis, Allan Hoyes of Gibsons became the  bride of Mr, lirian Alexander Swanson.  o dest' son of Mr. aofl Mrs. Alexander  Swanson of Roberts Creek. X  Rev. Jim Williamson ptficiated at the  double ring ceremony, the church wa.s  decorated in flor&l arangements of yellow and white dahlias and bronze and  yellow chrysanthemums, the pew markers  were-of 'white sa*in bows and wheat.  Mrs. Mueller sang "Walk Hand In Hand"  with Mrs. Ed Freer at the organ  A long gown of white chantilly lace  over antique satin was Pam's choice with  deeply cuffed 'long sleeves, high waisted  trammed with a velvet iaow and a high:  collar, with a trailing veil and a heajk  piepe of stiff Jape-am*} pearl flowers, tjiis  was the rpteUire of loveliness as the  bride entered ��the el\.urch_. on the- arm of  her -father: = Site -fcarried red roses and  white heather on a Bible giyep. tp her  by the DeMoleys when Parn was Honorr  ed Queen of IDJFJEjI Bethal No. 28. The  bride ajsp -wore 'an heirl-pom lpcket of,the  groom's paternal grandmother and par-,  ried a tatting edged handkerchief of hep  late maternal grandmother. ''������".-.  Bridal attendants were, Maid of Hfim  or Miss Karen Stanly who wore a full  length gown of yellow crepe, long sleeves,  high neck and hood. Bride's Matron Mrs.-  Wendy Peidler and Bridesmaid Miss Fay  Flockhart similarly"'gowned in pale green  full length crepe gown with "short sleeves  and scooped necklines, the 'three attendants carried bouquets of yellow and white  daisy chrysanthemums-  Best man was Mr. Jon Nimmo, br07  fher-inrlaw of'lhe groom, ushers, Jjifr. Ca.rl  Swanson, brother of the groom, and Mr.  Randy Boyes, brother of the bride.  The  reception   followed  at  The  Suih  ���hidp/af New Westminster'; Mr- f>Pd Mrs.  Harry Fulton, from Bellingharn, aunt and  Vincle pf t^e bride, \yjth their children  ^��ott^Ma*1"t ��Tane and Adam; Miss Qonna  Bpyes, "cousin of the bride frpm Y3"1*20"-*--  vef; Mr. pnd Mrs, Dave MpKay, aynt and  imple of the gropm from White Rock; Mr.  Pave tyleKay ,Tr.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney  Jieevev Mission; Miss Donna Mariixi,  Richmond; Miss Carolyn Warner, Vancouver j Mr, a'l.d Mrs. Stewart Cameron, Van-  couyer,. .. .  t  . t  Al-Anon Family Group*  otters hope lor many  COMFORT of ��an Al-Anon Family Groqp  ��� \s now oh ^hand to help people whose  lives  have  fallen  under  the  shadow' of  ��icpim!ipm.     i '*.������-''"���.''.'":'.  >    Tl*e Al-Anpn famjiy grpnps are relar "  fiVes .ftpd friends pf ^Ifiphpl'cs who are  hand&d .together. Jp. solve their coipttion  problems.  f Whether or ,npt the alcohplic has found  p was*; to sobriety, in A,A or through  Pther means, the families can do a great  deal tp'help themselves as'well as the  alcphpllc.  The: threerfold purppse of Al-Anpn is  te ^## Qflhlfort, hope and' friendship to  - |h"e farhilies pf cpm'pulsive. drinkers. To  le^rn to grow spiritually through living  hy the twelve steps adopted from Alco-  hpjics Anoriymouis To give-understanding  Hnd encouragement to the alcoholic.  The local group meets at St.*-Aidan's  . Hgll, Roberts Creek, every Wednesday at  p p.m. Help can alsp be found by phoning  #8647235, 885-9409 or 886-2343.  Mile will  identify  the building as a re���-jmi���e Coast Golf and Country Club where  construction, give some technical details,     i]yq cy^ Rq���,n was,it,astefuily,depprato^  and identify tlie various"grpups*involved,  including    the   National    Museum.   The  u-ordihg will be determined by the towns-  '  people.  Further plans include an . anthropol-  ogfOal display within the lodge, possibly  a lize-size depiction of a<A. typical scene  from the period. It is believed tliat this  ��� will be' a structure unique to Canada; ���  to 'our knowledge there are no others  like it in the country.  In   addition,   there   will  probably   be  a   log   building   depicting    the   'pioneer'  period of Anahim Lake. Although Mac7  kenzie (1793) was the first white visitor  to Ihe general ai*ea, and there was sporadic explpration and exploitation during  the 19th qenti'ry, \t was-only'around the  beginning of, the 20th century that sei-i;  (ins ���wliite settlement heganin the 'west.  Ghilcbll^. Even today tlieiarea is sparse7  ly populated/ (approximately 50() people  within a radius of several hundred square  miles),.and much of the culture is still  plpneer in style. The area has been ex-  otp.nstvely written about by-such authors  as Paul SI. Pierre ahd p.ich Hobson (not  to1'mention   the   intrepid   Wilmelh   and  pu;vis),   ��� ���  The building now under construction  cpnsisls nf' a jjit lit ifeet in diameter and  twb feet deep; a log framework 2$ feet  in diameter and fl feet high covered with  peeled jackpine poles, a layer of hay/  grass, and finally 0 layer of earth, A  polyvinyl acetate latex compound will  bi"kl\, lhe dirt covering and render ij.  waterproof. A smoke-hole ripening al the  ",' lop .serve/1 as the entrance, with a notched   log   ludder   for  descending, -inlo  the  , interior!, thin wll.l he preserved for au-  thenlioily, hut' visitors, of course, will  pot ho 'allowed In use il,  Tolephono conaeryallnna with Mr,  Dnrcy Chriislensen of Annhlnl Luke os-  Jabllfihed thnl tho to^ntjiioiiple would  Indeed-he Interested, but financing wns  U problem. They hud already applied for  (i J',C, Cehlonninl 71 grant, hul had been  . Inrnerl 'f|own, I then contacted Mr. J'nul  SI, l'lerro (Ml1, Coiist-Chilculin), w|ho  kindly urlviwid mi pnicixluroH I'or nhtnln-  Ing tlm grani, and i|, wuh nrriingcd, I  H��jx| cp'nifidloil "Niilluniil MuMiium ol'l'lclals  regiii'dlng Hiipporl for thu imi,seiiin; Ihoy  ;Ha|d Hml nlll'iuiiHji lhn Mumuim cmililnot  Hiipporl lhn Aniihlm'Musm'iin ol'fjclally,  or.l'lniuii'lnll.v, Mr, Wtlhiuth mul I could  prnvhjo our Horvlcos iin copHiiJIiintH while  here In.'QUnWM "nil" in the Hold,  A I. Iho lorhilniillnu nf Mr, Wllmoth'fl  iirchauniogjcnl excuvnilnn for Iho hoii-  unn, n liiciil drew wan rnnndod up nnd. t|ia  gnllWirlng 0f mnturlnlH i'ur ,lli��r'wlnler  loilgo hegmi uiifler Mr, WHnieth'fl MU|)��i>  vliilnn, 'I'IiIh in llnulf wiih qullo n projocl,  nml rminlrort npprnxlmntoly two weokq  I'nr ||ui (wo Indian punpln iiivolvofl (Mr.  JlnptlHly lillldiiH mid Mr,, I'mldy Hulin) to  gnlhor llni Jnclipiiio logH, hnul  th��m h\,  ���wIII) "|iorfiot*,'0)1 rt pMVl 11 iuiV), Mr. I��y]��n  AHnU��r, n local rnncluir, dun llm nil:  wilh bin Ifnrkhnn and Mr, Wllmolli fin-  1 l*"lmil, Um iixcnviillini l��y liniid In pro-  H'n'vn  llfi, nnlliiinllclly,  1'hulogriiphn and  ' wrlllbn nhMfirvnllnnn worn i-arufiilly ninln-  tnlnnd lhri)ii|;lmut  tlm  iimiqd,  ,, WH'fl In miiln: "I'm mil tryhiH ���') Hinri  nnn|li(ip lu'iiuumnl ��� ���lhl��.U. tlm Buino' ono".  by Mrs. Joe Duncan who also did all the  bridal flowers. The bride's table, decor-  aled with long white tapers, green net'  and tlie ail! white three tiered wedding  cakp decorated by Mrs. Ron Hughes.  Mr,  Wm.  Mueller proposed  the toast *  to  the  bride and  Mr.  Ken  G-aJlier  was  the master of ceremonies, the music was  supplied by the Penn. Kings.  Por ��� iiet*" daughter's wedding Mrs:  Boyes chose an 'orange dress with thatch^  ing hat and ��� beige accessories, wearing a  fur stole  and  a prchid corsage.  Mrs. "Swanson wore a two piece tut,*.  "qiip'ise-blue  dress,  black  accessories,  fttr^'  stole and orchid corsage.  The bride's bouquet was caught vby  Miss Carolyn Warner and the gartert by  Mr. Carl Swanson.  . * For travelling the bride wore a purple- princess styled dresS> grey w>*ap a-  rouiid coat, black accessoues and yejjpw  roses were her corsage  For their honeymoon the bndail couple  niotored to the Interior of British Columbia >and lo the United -States.  Mr. and M''s. Brian Swanson ,will, reside at Bpiiniebrobke Trailer Court, Qo-'  :wer Point Rpad|;.4ori.J">sons.  ���Out of town guests were Mr.; W*l Mr?: ���  Hoy Boyes, "grandparents-of the bride of  ' jSurrey;'"Mr.  Qerry,, Boye^,  vuVcle pf the  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sfindfly School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ���r 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELUS  Pay's Bay Road and A'butu*  IZ blocks up from Highway)  PENDER. HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  (Undenominational)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  Madeira Park ��� 883*2374  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastpr Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  ' Supday Seryices - 9:30 p.m.  ���     Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sundpy Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port-Mellon United  Sunday Seryices - 7:30 p.m.  *   (2nd and -4th Sundays)  Min����ry  Pey. Jim .Williflmson - Gibsons - 8(30-2333  The Anglican Church  of Canada  .     ST\ HILDA, SpfiHELT      7  Every Sui^ay at 8;0Q a.ip. & 11:00 a,m.  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE, REDROOFFS  ,    2nd & 4th Sundays in tho month at '  ,   3:00 p.tn.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1st & 3rd Sundays in tha month at  ��� -- 1 ��� -, 2;0Q p.m. ���'   EGMONT  ���'      1 ir & 3rd Sufldays in tho month at  ' 4:pO p.m,  Priost: Rey, P. Pppplp, 888-9793    ;  Baptist Church Services  Bethel baptist church  Mermaid anci Trail, Sechelt  Sundqy School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Vy��rship 11:1S q.m.  cAlvary baptist church  ��� ��� Pari*"' Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 am,  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  . Pastor, .RQbert Allqby  (0Q5-2809)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  . YOU/   <^^^./i��*M��'f^<*wK��Hi,r<*^^^fi^^M��������,���JBU.  kobulMard electric  '���'��� anCTRICAL CONTRACTOR  005-2131 * Sec holt, O.cl  ���I.  1 ��   'I'  516  ��W|l|Wll|��II.IIHill 10  ���/A  Socholt Loylon lironch 140  H)lJuv  Legion Holl, Socholt  limm WEDNESDAY  ,... A AkfmM I>��!fli!  JACKPOT $125  TO OO  $10 POOR PRIZE  m  mmiimmma^^mAmim^iiii*  fffl*W**s0f���  r*r?0+iinr*a tj>    A/t*r���Mi*��iirr-^    tmntrr^   miArrk  <  sppftvrHia'a*h   ^^ka��\a��uBis,��i   w^h to,- wmw ���  r* Thi< itea reminder of comlno evonls Is q siptylca at SECHELT AGENCIES  UTR. Phono PanlnsMlo Times direct for froo 'listings, specifying ''Data  Pad", Ploasd note that spaco Is UmllPd opd soma advance <Jn|os' moy  havo to wait thoir tHrn; ol��o ihot ihM* q "romlndor" llsilofl only end  cannot fllwqy* (.am toll do|��ll��.  lAflMfljtfifliiflfljyinftWS!"^^  Oct, 13���2 p,m, Uolon llqll. Ma��lolrn PnrK. Hosplml AiiKlllnry Moot,  Od, 13���fl p,m, Socholi l-opion Ho|l, Blnqo,  Oct, U���2 p,m, St, Hlldn's Hnll, Socholt. h^P, Au><. .moollno,  Ocl,   Hi���1  |i,m,  Qlhfions Artl)|ui|c  As��n,   |l'n||,  Sl<|  G|uh Gonurnl  " Mooilnp,       ,.;'������  Oct, U~fl |i,ni, Pondor llnrhour Commiinlty Mill. .Blnon,.  ^,C)cl,^|5..^l<30.4i3O*'Ond~6i30'8i30-��p,m,j^ulh!|on?^rn|th'7;,CwtrB  PUOOD PONOIl CLINIC,  Ocl, )5-2 p.m, Cohorts Crook (LflfjJon, L,A, Rnmmnoo Snlo,  Oct, .|5���0 p.m. 5��ch��lt' Indian Holl. '  Ocl,  |6~-~,Jroni 10 o,m. Soc|i��il( Cf|it|rlf:|,'C,ul>a A'Sconl* polllo Prlv.  Or:l, \6 ���;-(". p.m. Rolwtu CrfluK Community Holl, Upnoflt Plngn.  Oct,  ia-2'p,m, Hoqlih Centro Gif-fions. Pinnch 38 OAPO Pognlnr,  Mu��i|lnci. ,  Oc|, J0-t2 p.m! Union Holl, Mndolrn Pork, Snnlnr C|tl*rfins Pmn^h 80,  Insinllntmn ond M��oilnq,    , 4 .' .; ..  Ori, 19���II n,m, Sechelr Union Holl, Uolon U,A, Rnmmog�� ond PoU  Solo,  '     ' ���*"*��� ""    ���;���" 'l-'"'" ,""'���  '���'    '  Ori,  \9���8 o,m, Secholl Pus, Depot, 151, C|f|?eni�� Myntorv To^ir.  Or.I, 19-���8 p,m, Gilnnps Annlicon Church H'ollr l���A. to Guidon opd  Prownloii Mooiliiq. ' '  Oct, 20 -7i30 p,m, 5��lm�� Pmk'Hnll, Opprnllon pomlhnck wllh Llhnrol  M.I..A, All'ln yVllllnnn,   ;   ��    , ', /  ASK FpR OUR FRER CATALOGUE    OF REAL fSTATE  Muftlpl* Utting 6��rvlc��  VoncAuvor fleol EifqN  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  }*  n-  1  ��� 1  1"?  rt.  1 ,*  :i  r  w *���     .. .���* ..'    gt*J ^r: "*������"*���*������*'���'     ������i"   *    [���  *��� .*��..���;    *w,    v*. *  0* *r^^0^,0* *      .        , ,1 . - ���*.-.��  Ai'" y \ -" ' i' <      -i \^'y    i   ,'  H0^*0*0*0*r*yr.,  WK.  ���0* ���>  Pago A-6 Th�� P<minau1a Time*     Wednesday. ��� Oetobor-13y 1971  ���     ������**��� ..-���_���������  .. ...     -    ��� ���  -.,���-���,��� ���    ���������  ���  ���-ii.il ��� mmvi-mt-mi  -i i��� ���������1��� ��� E��    L���  Sechelt News Notes  i       ' ���  MR, AND MHS, John Lewis-were in Se-   when they leave the Sechelt Bus Depot  atile to attend a FJhysiothevapy Con-   at 8 a.m. on October 19 for the scheduled  ference recently. This was the American   Mystery Tour,  "Western Conference, where Canadian Mr, Dave Hayward "reports a little  Lecturers were invited. John found the disappointment with 'last Friday's turn- <-  lectures of great interest and.F��ye en- out of only four people for the hobby  joyed the program for tlie wives and the sessions in St. Hilda's Hall. It is hoped  hotel wh,we they stayed, as the service more people* will take an interest * next  was outstanding, '     Friday,  Anyone  wishing   to make sug-  A bridal shower was held for Miss gestions should contact' Mr, Haywadl, as  Margaret Himmel at the home of Mrs, members of the , Sunshine Coast "Arts  Margaret Lamb on Oct, 4. Miss Himmel Council have offered to conduct cjla^es,  - hecame the bride of Mr, Garry Billings- in painting or any hobbies that people  ley Oct. 9. The 18 ladies present were .'may like, but no-one has requested any-  members of the United Church and in- thing-as yet.  ���eluded Mrs. Himmel and tlie groom's  mother, Mrs. Billingsley,  There was a coffee shower held in'the  morning and the gift was quite unique',  a money tree decorated by Mf?. .Ma^ee,, ,  DeHavt with the money as decorations  on the tree. Her friends wish her much  happiness,,  Oct. 4 Sharon Ne Jon .^celebrated her  9th birthday with a party of 14 friends.  A baby girl, Jennifer Louise was bom  Sept, 29 .in Winnipeg, a daughter for Dr,  Henry and Judy Wiebe,  ' Mr. Bob- Nygren from Gibsons and  Mrs. Shirley Brown of Davis Bay were  married at White Rock Monday, Oct. 4.  The couple will reside in Madeira Park  -Where Bob has the''charter boat "Cheeck-  alto". ��� :*--���-  Mr, Jack Anderson of Davis Bay has  returned victorious from a hunting trip  up around Gerroans3ft's Landing and other points north of here. He came home  with a beautiful 6 .point buck and a  moose, This was a good area for /this time  of tlie year as there isn't the usual gumbo  found in other areas early in the season,  A worthwhile candidate for a government grant, Mr. Kurt Reichefl, Selma Park  will spend the next year at Vocational  school at Terrace taking Commercial Art,  Kurt will then continue his studies at the  .   Art School in Burnaby,  Mr, and Mrs, Charlie Humm have  moved into their new home built in Selma Paik by Mr. Humm,  Attending the annual meeting of the  College of Physicians and Surgeons at  Victoria, were Dr. Walter Burtniclc with  his wife Irene, son Julian and Irene's mother Mrs. Bligh, ..'.....,  Tlianksgiving weekend* guests at the  Burtnicks Were friends from Pemberton,  ,   Mi*., and Mi's,,,BiU.and .FileenBrother-  stonr��� ���   ,.,'  j ..        ..,.-��� ..-...,*  Frst Seciielt Cubs and Scouts will hold  .    a bottle drive on Oct. 16v They will be  collecting from the Legion Hall in Selma.  .Fark to Halfmoon Bay and will be glad  of any pop or beer bottles Or cans.  Anyone having any used uniforms or  part oLuniforms, for cubs or, scouts that  they would lijce to dispose of would find  tliem appreciated by new members,  Miss Gail Herman, H is Showing a  "- i  slight improvement ih Lions -Gate Hos-    to live  Wildlife Federation  r   ^  President's message  AS many of you aie well aware thereV  are quite a few people who equate the  hunting of wildlife with killing, and killing they say is morally wrdng, Those  same people will also argue thaiHiunting  is a threat to the survival of wildlife  populations.  What do you reply to people who  accuse you, the hunter, as a cruel der  stioyer of our beautiful wildlife? Do you  explain to them that the harvest of game  is an important tool in the management  of .wildlife populations; that under wise  management.regulations the hunter merely harvests that percentage of the wildlife population which would normally be  lost through natural mortality?  Do you also point out that because of  his closeness to nature tlie hunter understands the natural order of things better  than most people; that this^s .the reason  why hunters were the first, to show concern about, wildlife and the environment  much belaie" any one'else (and here I am  freely quoting from an article on the defence of hunting written by your executive director Geoff Warden for the B.C.  Conservationist -magazine).  Geoff wrote: "Look at the record-  Teddy Roosevelt, Gifford Pinchot, George  Grinnell, Aldo Leopold; even Audubon,  and in Canada, Jack Miner-^aJl were hun-  ters.TheSe men wert*the fathers of conservation in North America.  "In British Columbia the only effective  citizens' force for conservation for over, a  decade were the clubs of the B-C. Wildlife Federation, originated by hunters and  fishermen ... They have fought industrial  intrusion .into parks, the devastations of  strip mining, habitat-engulfing hydro impoundments, landfill promotions that  would rob waterfowl of- a place to live,  and many other issues that effect wildlife, huntable or ' not.., "Early on in the  game hunters demanded bag limits and  closed seasons to protect wildlife from  over-exploitation, Today they are still  demanding better enforcement of the  laws and regulations that serve the same  end. Beyond that they are asking that  development  leave  a  place  for wildlife  1  -.*.  Red, Cross Youth Club  \ -  West Sechelt couple  married ior 50 years  MR   andV-Slrs. Tliomas  Brown of West  Sechelt celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary quietly with their family in Vancouver over the Thanksgiving  holiday.    '    -  A tea Bind family 'dinner was given  by their daughters > to honor the occasion,  Mr, and Mrs. Brown were both T?oTn  in Scotland, met in Vancouver and Were  married there on October 11, 1921, Mr,  Brown owned and operated his own busi-,  ness for forty years and was a pioneer  merchant  in  South Vancouver.  They  moved  permanently  to  Sechelt m  several years ago to the place that had  Jong been their vacation home. 1940 was  the year they, bought the land from the ��  late Bill Hbdges. They soon got to know  their present neighbour, Mr. Harry Sawyer,  by his welcome  smile and waiting -  taxi.   Those   were   the  days   when   they  .travelled "to Sechelt on the Union Steam-  ships.  Hon. Isabel Dawson. MLA sent a note  of congratulations  to the  Browns.  Mr. and Mrs. Brown have three married daughters and three granddaughters.  Water-mattress manufacturers are  adding certain -refinements to their product. Now they 'have come out with an  orthopedic model for people with,'bad  backs: it's filled with hard water.  Golden Wedding  West Sechelt residents, Mr. and Mrs.  Thomas Brown recently celebrated  their Golden Wedding anniversary  witli relatives in Vancpuver. Both  were born in Scotland, met in Van-,  couvej'* and' mtfved from Vancouver  to-Sechelt some years ago.  Garden Club members  '���;    .        l~X**rr J;        * ''  meel again Nov. 3rd  SECHELT Garden Club members met in  : Str Hilda's Hall on October ,6th with  president Frank Read in the chair.  Reports read, proved that the Sep7  tember Flower-"Show was a great sue*  cess.  ��� Mr. Gunner Hanson was ejected chahv  man of the nominating committee with  Mis. -J. Allen and Mr. E. Nielsen.  Mr. Duffy, manager of the Royal Bahlc  aitended.the meeting and px^ented Miss  E Harrold witli the grand aggregate tn>  phy," a beautiful silyev rose bowl. This  trophy was donated by the Royal Bank.  WinmOr of the club raffle was Mrs,  Hans Himmel and everyone enjoyed Mr.  JJarold .Swanson's slides of wild flowers  and sceneryr Mr! Swanson is ail excellent"  plu)tographer and has a keen eye for  nature, ..-���.,  Next meeting will be held at 8���p?m,  November 3rd in St. Hilda's "Hali.    ".  IN 'THE*   previous   yean   1070-1071,   El-  plupstone Red Cross Youth had a gre*U  year,     ' '  '��� The Club held hot-dog and pop sales,  helped with refreshments at school dances  and other special occasions. Held a penny  dpve where ��� four. teams got points for  donating the most number of pennies.  Finally at the end of the .year the C}ub  Was able to purchase a wheelchair for  $,1150.  1 In the last week of August, two club,  members Els Zuidema and Kevin Honeybunn went to UBC seminar, *\. sumihefc,"  -.Red  Cross  Work  Shop. to  train  young  people  for  leadership   where   they  met  with students from British Columbia and  the Yukon, ,  The seminar lasted a week with }epr  ,'tures, discussions concerning ^lie generation gap, wayS'Red Cross Youth can help  others and. the pollution and dvtfg-pVo*h-  lem, '   " ,.....-.  Recreation included tennis,/ a waiter  and  drowh'-proofing  course,  a  tour of  UBC, boat tour of the harbour. A.l< visit,  to ,Four Seasons Park to. interview, the  hippies about their living conditions and  how *' they  spent   their   free   tirhe,   Ap)  , sen*3i.Uyity which a was generally to ;g#v  to know the others better. 'Kevin and > Sis ���  : returned with great ideas for the cjyb this  year,,    . ,-.'.,'���    ,  This year to raise money, puppet  shows for primary grade��'.will be held  at Gibsons, Sochelt and $t, Mary's Hos-  ******* by Mo ZMldemo ,  ���pital, children's ward. This ye��r-d project  i�� to rajge money,J'Qi* toys for the podia-,  trict ward at, St, Mary's Hospital, '  For the past_ten years, the Club has,  bent- $&Q to a,school in Greece and it  is hoped to continue this in the year to*  come.  We think our club will have another  fun and exciting year, and hope more  students will consider becoming members,  ** r \i ��� *' '1 ,- *���i ������**1  For Quick- Results��� Use Times ' Adp?��eJ;s  ��� i  SUNSHINE COAST  mWM DISTRICT  BOARD  !'  1  1 CHANGE OF MEETilG |  1 DATE I  g   MEETING TO BE HELD   ��  |   MEETING TO BE HELu   ��;  |      OCTOBER 21.  1971      ��'  S!  ^*p���^^  ^^Mfe^^^i  i  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  i ��� ' , .      ,* - - 7  Court of Revision - 10 H.m*  November 1,  1971  Public Notice is hereby given *thQt q Court pf Revision will be  held ori.Mpnday, November I, I97l,.q.t 10 a.m. in the Mwnicipal Hgll,  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, (3.C., for the purpose of heqrincipny  complaints re-specting the list of vqters .for this Villpge Munigipplity  which closed at 5 p.m., Septehriber 30, 1971, and to correct, revise pr.  alter the list.  The list, sq corrected and certified by the Count, will be used for  the phnuol eleotipns in December, 1971, pnd subsquent elections or  submissions^ until a new pnnupl list - is preppred and certified in  pecordpnee with the Municipal Act,  *-Ootober:"7,-i971*" -~ "-:~��� - -*- '.        -" ��� '*"��� '  PAVID JOHNSTON,  ''-       - Municipal Clerk  i  Bjffl^^iPi  !?^^^^^^^  %  mMnmiMM  , pital,aftqr.,the accident in .West^VancoU'"  vpr, wJierq the car Jn which phe wasyrid-  ihg went out of control and-ipiiinged goo*  off Capilano River bridge, Killing the  driver Mr.T, H, Belknap and Ethel Herman, age 11, ;A pad accident for the Ken  Herman family who "lived for many years  on thp Sunshine Coast. Just last May they  lost their eldest son Peter in an accidental Campbell River. Mr, K8n and Pat Herman witli Jjarry, Ken, Audrey, Joan, Gail,  nnd John-John are planning on settling  a Indian Arm.'  Socholt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital, meeting will bo on Thursday, Oct.  Hut ii p,m, 'at St, Hilda's Church Hall  and members will remember to pick \ip  their tickets for tho smorgasbord Nov, 13,  FruKcr Rock has had its top sheared off  and with such a little boom It was hardly  ��� heard,,'blasts .from  road  clearing crews  "further away, have made much lounder  noise,  MYSTRY TOUR  Mystery   Irips   could   tako   you   any.  "j'wl.iwi" aild,;"f"-h 'hgijIoi* "cllizons are"ajtlvlsud  to Ixi'' prepared for any typo of woalhcr  HAVE YOU HEARS) QE THE  BAHAI FAITH?  i i  Phono 886-7355 or 085-9895  .VTheonly r^)rovvinciai agency charged  witlKjnawjtginj? and protecting wildlife of  all kinds draws its major revenue from  theone group of peopje who have shown  themselves concerned and interested���the  hunters.., Jhe general taxpayer contributes not.one nickel towards upkeep of.  wildlife in our province.  "Tlie bird watcher, tlie naturalist, the  nature photographer, the people who just  like to see waterfowl and deer; and .bears  and other wildlife from time to time,  put nothing directly into provincial coffers, to help retain the privilege, Most of  them don't even fight buck when developers ' threaten' wildlife habitat! The  hunter does".  These are some of the fuels which ov-  ery ,f Mi "and gamer should' be aware of,  There, are tbe facts that every fish and  gfuner shduld ,be prepared to broadcast  whenever he comes across anti-hunting  sentiment; when someone accusot) the  hunler of being a "killer".  I hope every Jiunter in. our clubs will  be ready to stund up and bo counted and  that ho is ready lo remind the critics  of ltuntlnii; "if you want wildlife looked  filter in Hellish Columbia, you hi>d botlor  , thilik twice before you cut mil thu hun��  tor". 7    a    , ; y   ��� .-.  - J*t&<.,.  m0m00mi*K0mtm00**m000m00tfi0m*m0*mm000000m<0000m0*mm0r.  Hiiu:o Iho Air Cadot Loitguu wan  founded in April, I IMI, inoro than *i*i0,0()0  Icen-ur.ed boys havn puillclpatod In Ils  aviation and clti*/.ciiHhip Iralhing, program.  *SSSSS2SS2SSSS2:  S*S8SS2*3  SATURPAY, OCTOBER 16Hi  9 p,m, -^ 1' a.f?i��  SATURDAY and SUNPAY  Serving Full Course Meals  PRIME RIB ROAST���4.95  4;30 p,m. - BsOO p,m.  CHINESE SMORGASBORD  CLOSED 'TIL NEXT YEAR  CLOSED MONDAYS  HOURS IN EPP6CT NOW;  Pining Room open 'til BtfO.p.m,  Drlvo.lnWMow; Open 'Til 11 (00 p.m.  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  MOIBCE TO ELECTORS  1 ���'''.. ' i  ,    -, ���    '��� .'������'   ';'...    .  . '"*       'i  MUNICIPAL VOTERS LIST  ���    ' ,        ���     , i'  i ', i ' '  NoHco !��� lioroby glvon thot a Court of.Revision will -ill at tlio  Municipal Hall; Socholt, on tlio ��ocond day of Novpmbor no^t from  tlio hour of ton o'clock until tho hour of twelve o'clock In tho mornjng,  for tho purpose of hearing and dbtormining any application on tho,  part of any person to bo addod to tho liit of Votofn, and rdmovo any  names Incorroctly,placed thoroon. '  Tho list of Voter* a�� corrected and revised by tho Court of Reviilon  shall bo that used at tho Annual Municipal Election to be held in the    |  month of December 1971.      ,.,''.,'  ���   Er T. Ray nor  ,'"AJ, 7>, -^ ( Q0f^  Pdnciiig 9:30-1:30 a.m.  MUSIC BY  Sqturday, October 16  Socholt  ���' rt���**-- ��� ��� -r-r"r~ i'"i "r-irrnrnniiiumiiniifinir" ��� ������������.���' ��������������������������wwiMW"**  Highway 101  NSML  COVER CHARGE  Phona 006-2472  nmtu*0Mni0m0��mm*0m00m*0m0��'***m0000m>tm0m^m��i*,mm*.m*.m'0m0*��  5UMSH1NE  MONDAY-THURSDAY  SPECIAL  PRIPM^AT-J^^f,^,  SPECIAL  WfW'  GARDEN BAY  083-2512   .'  ���^^^^������������^������^^���^������^������������^^���.-���J-^rr^^^nnnn^^1Bl^J|J^^^l^^l^  PANCfNG BOTH^ DAYS  9j30 p.m,-1i00 a.m,  mommm  EVEBY SUWDAY  MO P.M. TO 9i0O P.M.  ADULTS-^$3,25  CHILDREN  .,___,    .     ...            /.r-^ryj^.^^^  USE  3 Locotloni it* Sflivo You  DEPENDABILITY ��� INTCGRITY --r PERSONAL SERVICE  'Sunnycrentyftoxa  086-27! 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November 8th  ftEpULAfl monthly i*nep|ipg of \h$ Roberts   greek ' Hospital   &yxi|iary   W^s  Jield   last   October   4th  in  St.   Aidap's  cimrcii Hau- ���   .  Plans formulated included catering to  ptwe"dding'in Spphpjt, the Auxiliary's Ap?  p(ial Coffee Party which will be held }W  the Library at Roberts Creek Depemher  IQth, an?} Thrift Shop activities. Mrs.  J^ines distrib^tet" publ'pity for tjie pioqd  *Dorior Clipic to be held in Sechelt Oc-  LA TO Guides and BrowniesU'or Seehelt* madfe Up from Pender'Harbour, Spphalt      ��- ��    -]j-  held the October ipeet'ing 4 ,the frcpi? *��ncl Wilson Creek. The division in turn The Auxiljary requests tfoit piejnhpi's  of M,s. Diane^ Benner, Selm/P^k '       ' indues.Hupeehin, Texada, qibsons and     ��f, ���� Pybllc W*>Q donate, closing to the  T.us was the 2 ^ipTfor yW ^wf ?ve, *?^f^K    bt^  .working member, Mrs. Jngr-d'i Under}"uLl, The hA welcomes new members and    dinner ~mietirig at the Peninsula Hotel,  wlio will be leaving Sephelt at tftp end H is nqt. necessary to be the mother of    * pm November !3th " " '  ol tlie month  Her husband Cpl, QryiUe a "Brownie ,or  Guider to join,  meetings * '  Underlull has been transferred tq fyferrltt". are held the first Wednesday in the mon-  Ingnd has been with the -SeoheU LA- th.. Mrs. Harriet Newton, 88*>-2276 for en-  foi-.four years, t'iree of those ^s' Fairy- "IV"11'"*28  Sechelt group * ���. .'���  Guided,;aJB^,i Brownies LA  loses dedicated member  guiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiipiaiMii|iiiM|iiiiiiiiiiiii)iui!iiuiiiuig  I>*abo}3 conpons aie being collected for  a coffee urn,  Y "4  A  ffrj  If.  M  Quilters  Fpr those who woulcl like a little  company on a Tuesday afternoon  dropin^t the United Church Centre  in Gibsons where it is possible to  lend 9 ��� hand"'wiftv a' little 'quilting;1"  learn-.a_new ^lai^jeraft or just sit  down for^li^haC7E"veryone enjoyed  themselves last Tuesday ai the first  commupity^wicie .afternoon which isv  open to people Qf aU age's.  Adult Education plans  hockey league program  HOPEFULLY  tjiis year," enthusiasm for'  floor'hqdkey in the distiict will be as  high as last year. With the coming of the  cojd weatlier, people move from the soccer   fields "apd   inpuntam   hikes   to   the'  gymnasium where they can keep fit.  As in previous ye'a'i's, the Adult Educa-  lion has orgahi**ed two nights a we��k for  y lVt  men's floor hockey. This yeai it is hoped  , *^i y  to organize a 374 team league involving  ' ^' fg possibly 2 high school teams and 2 men'*?  ^ A\ teams, or po^jbjy 1 high school tearn Phly,  l\ \ depending on^ tlie turnout ^f"men fiom  * >�� Gibsons,   Sechelt    and   the   surrounding  ���fr ?S; district.  iip-* A      Anyone interested sliould enroll nqWj  '   *7^fJoor hockey js fflready-under way and  ^t% "Wthe league  plans to begin  mid-October.  9 . Jf Help would also be appreciated from any-  0 ��7f one wlio is interested in refe'reeing games.  JA  A$  A  m  r J  4, <���������"���  "*  ?&  ���c**-*tA'  r    11.*  *.   **���  v-v  i ���   ��  0  -*  i i  J  ry*  \\  X  ,   w  U*  '"     *  '.���***       ��T  .*   ��*    ^  I  J  Aj -a  .  ��' -    -,7*-   i J" f -  **.y   i'o-JL'--' '.   ��� t  aVjiiiMT-rJ  ���> - /- -"Jf it , ~r*,  i        r *�����   '  Godmother to 1st Sechelt Brownie P^ck,  she also served as publicity officer for  the LA and was of immense ftelp in  many other ways, The best wishes'of the  ladies of the LA go with Ingrid t*p' her  new home.  Qn Oct. 1"}, 16 there Will he V Back  lioiiday for ieaders at Brook Hallr(?amp  Olave. -Le-gdem 3tten4iWg\ft*9in!,^HReci||i.ii. ��� TftAGEDY struck the community of Ro-  will be Mrs. fipnsldaSigtHJW Creek recently when volunteer  Fatal heart attack  while fighting fire  ,W-  Y   *\  I  I     1  'V-.0  ���iUJ4-   " Questions   and  A  I  enquiries   should   be  I       4        I .       ' ������*  ���   ^ 0,        r    ���*    in     v j  *'t*  ii  \  ���x&y  > cjnected lo Jim Gray 885-2114 days.  ^, i The word ''csbegon" ig Spanish for  ���� - 'big head' and is also the name of a fish  I^V on vjewat lhe Vancouver Aquarium. This  J~J *cieati(re 'eats ,ai.mo*3t any, animal that  %. J- moves, such as abalonesl snails, crabs,'  **\> ft lob&ters and other tide-pool ^animals.  1*     c-  A ~M ^  ��?* 1  *) ->*  i ���-$  "a    '���!.    .UK  JAiW  ���   / ..     - ,   -   - l-et's Seel  Not quite sure how this model machine works, Miss Mary Steele, Mrs.  Minnie Huhtpla and Mrs. ftuth Gill  ���cheqk the instruction book before as-  sistilig' with sewing for the Roberts  Gibsons project,..^. -.;  Creek Red Crpss group during the  community-project afternoon held opt  Tuesday afternoons in the Gibsons  United  Church Community  Centre.  Saturclfiy, .  ^ *  Bev Dival, P^t Nestman and three fluj"  lliary ladies, wjll gG as PQok��;  Paiiy Godmothers reported: Mr��- Rut"^:  Kolbus, Pender IJ^rbour has a full pacjr  of Brownies and have girl guides jopkiri^'  Jor leaders. Mrs, June Sheridan, Wl^on  Ci eelc has a fnsll paclc of 24. I\lrsi. J^ynne  Jorgenson, Sechelt 1st paclt has 24, "with  Jour  new  Tweenies,  Stepjianie  Mvirphy,'  Slierry,  Young",   Carie   TrousdeU,   Sherry  Jorgensen. They are looking for old nyipn  stockings for stuffing animals and pieces.  of felt. '     ' .  Mrs. Bonnie PaeUiau takes over from  Mrs. Charlotte Jackson as CJijide CrOdmo-  ther. The three guide leader? are Parb-  aia Beck, Janet Webb and Judy Sirn.  Guides start Oct. 14, "Thursday, at St-  Hilda's Parish H^U and will welcome any  girls interested between tlie age�� pf 10-14.  ll is not necessary to have been a Brow- -  nie tO-,join guides.. Guide Qaptain, is Baiv  tiara Beck; starting time is V p,m-  Mrs.   Margaret  Wise,  Guide   Lieutenant has left  to ,live in Vanpoiiver. As a *  leliring guider she was presented with a  Guide and  Brownie spoon.  The Guide conference will be held in  Naramata in March and Sephelt will send  a delegate,'Mrs. Donalda Sigcnj'O-  Tliere will be a Blue and Brown training at the guide camp with ten leaders  attending from this divisidio-  Mis. Betty Allen has retired ag: piyj.7"  sion Commissioner and the new Gommis-.  sioner is Mrs- Eleanor White of Gibsons.  Mrs. Harriet Newton, chairrnan for  Sechelt LA explained, for new mejnherg,  the set up of the Guides pnd Bf^Wnies  in   this   area.  The  Hunechin   district  is  firman Allan Eckford suffered a fatal  Jreart attack while fighing the fire which  recently destroyed the tyome of Mr. and  Mrs   Merril Jones of Roberts  Creek  A member of the Roberts Creek Vol-  tnvteer Fire Department, Allan was just  a young m^n ^nd leaves a w*f"? and two  children, Mtchael 2 ��nd Spgn P?  To offer aid to "apth families, the Firemen and Slphin*"ipne "Recreation Assn.  will hold a Benefit. Bingo, this coming  gaturcjay, October 16 at 8 pm. in theJRo-  berts Creek Community HalL  Roberts Qreek community ha? worked hard to fpf?h its volunteer fire" department find JVJr, Ecltford was one of the  first member?.  Tickets for the bingo may be obtained'  by  phoning  8672252  or  88677100.  Donations are also being- accepted to help the  stricken fanruhes.  ARE YOU MISSING THE  BARGAINS?  Runabout,  Wringer Washers,  Chrome Sets, Office Desk,  Water Pressure Tank.  Locqted behind  MacGregor Pacific Realty Ltd.  Gibsons, B.C.  ^iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiiiimiii^  EFFICIENT DRAFT  WITH  FAQTQRY-ByiLT  BXjBiifri?';  IVqtch  8 p.m.  \,  y  ���am  'JJh>  fjh  ('"��� J'l',  '.\ ��.w  i.' '''��  ::', v 7  1: y ���<;  l.l*^Vf,v1  }J\,ii.h\  i ,\Ji  i n  )' v  J {  i' ���  20 GAMES  $500 JACKfQT  ' Benefit to old the >*yo families  affected by the rtfeent, fire! Ini  Hoborh Creek,  ROBERTS CREEK  COMMUNITY HALL.  IHIphin^lone Reqrealion  Committee, Sppnsqrs  $25 DOOR PRIZE  '3.CARDS $3,00  A SPECIALTY  WITHUSA^  STOIVES  md "  FINE QIFTS  SECHELT JEWELIERS  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421  imMrnnst*^nmmmKaem0m0mm0i0*n0m00a0m0mmnn^tf*m<w0$ .  "2S^  or Freestanding  Fireplaces  Why not sayo inpney whon-y^u in^lall  ypur npxt chimney (or sp|id luoj or  jree-slanding Iirepiace smoke Sq'uaro  "A" Chinineys are literally snapped in  placo |o. Iprrn a.tfu|y insuiaipd chimney  that is" ellipienl and atlraciiy'e. Tfip  square pxierior design ll|s ip with today s  ..^.i.iyPPJpLSohstrMPjiPri and ycu avoid (ho  cosi and Rrphifsnis of heavy, fncssy,  masonry cpngtriictipii.  9 **i?*"if !e ini's!!  ��� Completely Insulated  ��� ^farfaply pxe'eed* all other  me|a| cilliTino'yi'  Aik ypi/r dBfilBrlqr-Square "A" Chimneys o( write.  F|reHQOD Mapu|acturers, Ltd.  266 ���****��� Esplanade, No. Vancouver, Q.C.  I'r      '  open lio * on age groups  TUJ'SPAY afternoonb \\{ill be something  special for many people in [he Gibsons aiea wlio eijjoy ho)*)bies or just Jil^e  Jq spencj a few liours With pleasant qom-  PHIl|()|lS(hip.  From 1 to 4 p.m. every 'J'nesday in (lie  fej-jp^lTjp room of Gibsons Unitect  C|)lirch, anyone who wislies cmi join in  first afternoon held on October 5th, Mi&.  Neva I^ewman and Mrs. Gwen H)cUs  from Roberts Creek Red Cross Group  brought along a quilting frame whicli  was spqn set up* for experienced hands  to start work on a cosy loolting' nv*Ut, Others were busy sewing things like dippers  and  receiving  bjqnkets.  Skeins*  of -wool  f,���fjiuJiUng |Yqe, Urjng their Knlttli-ijg' or1 were hmhM rolled jhto balls with',l'Hs''ol'  'crijpivetiiig, help make various articles for chatter ���'to. accompany the busy fingers,  ilfa.PftrwIifln Red-Cross, bring'their/own ��� Mrs; rJ?erfa ijume who is ulqo helping  lH)|>by;iden(j or ju��l drop hy for a mi, vyMlV.,��ip  prpgrai'n sp(c|  tliat.' the V> C  '.'���'���:; KTnf' first.isuch-aftiernoon wns'held' Oh- - youi'ig people's group are very interested  Oplpbpf ;Btl*�� Hiifl h frif-'ndly wejcnrpo- wiis MOd, will drop jn ollev school to maice  ' q'^>i)tr<3|;l to tjio ipahy people, who tlioi'r    U),d serve tea, ���   ������'���������     for Ticket* Phone  006-2252 or 006-7100  < BENEFIT BAKE SALE  '^Hijjljly; enjoyed an afjernponwhii-h went  pll' too quickly, ,    '��� >��� ,���    'j' , "'*1'  ii   feplHining (lie ideit of si|ch"*u firojeot,  Mrs,,. W9J.ion Monro, fitrcHHed, Unit tjiifi'(��  H'.VicioippHinil.V'-wide   iifturnopn, 'opiiii   to  p^jei pf till -ngerfihd uny"denomlnntion.'  .���.lyjjjijy^nJ^Qr'people,nro ��|d|led In,nnipeiv  oiip hn'ihltm find only l,<v>'l"iippy. Jo flS'^r.  0|)i*ll'l|to;,||iuiie  tfkillH   lo'youpgor   po'ojilo,  yv|i((),(��'ri:i ,jiint. its otigor toJonr'n'Hiieli tliliign  lt'4' (iMlltlng, cropholing, emhi'ohlery, otc,  Mivi.  Moore  wonkl   llkn-lo hpo  people  luring lh��lr own IdoiiH (����� Ju��<; iHipie nlopg, , to , Ini nil, lonely ptiople inlo thu friendly  il|)r| Hl,ft'r|. n (JiHcitHHloi), ' ������ ������,' ��� ��� ' (ttmospliuru of eompnnlonHliip, especially  ,''*,,   Ihiipin^ ttr g��i ihii^ji rolling oni ijie, dnvlnu.lhe Jong, #y�� of, winter.       j>  ,,,Gi|^ons Athletic Association, js awaiting arrival of earpotbowilipg eqnipiponl.  frphvJiln^ltinfi'l'or 'lie rJ?luir��duy afternoon  ���activity program,' Carpet powling, l��i lie-'  ctnning in ��� voVy popular guipe and . tlio  .young pc6p|o'are 'Jn��t as Keep. <p play  ho there could be some infer'cyfing chal-  jopga .gitinbs In the near fiitiiro,        '���" '  Taking ii keen interest In iljewo community Hiilvltlof* Js the jtuv, ,1lm WHIiani"  non who I'moIk that tills in'fine opportunity  IS O  FLUSH YOUR CAR EMG3ME  .,, i,. -_  [i'l   fv'l'H'a1  ft  r,��  ,rs*\i  ���t \i  ��  ATPOPUtflRFRICKl  Im  V       '  L <   , L  \ ,1  AJWHFAVORITE FOODS  ,__. ...*.��� EFFECTIVE OCTOpfell 13  ' -^r roTAtOE��:'^l,il^..: : ..:..  ik appies !a?r:7:;;..,.:.;;  it. 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Al'bVflR-isO-rtirois^ In sfock  ,   ���    ,    ' ' \ '��� ' '       ' ' " '  ' '   "    '��� li,;  i^,, COMPETITIVE .'PRICES-     '  From $15.00 and up  ��� i, ' i '  -''^DOjtNOW-l'  Poim't wait for th�� Bush  FRAW **��<! JO-ANNi' ROOSEiV  MADEIRA  PARK  PHOWE  0Q3-2392  ^'  K  f*.  *���'*  iV  i  .tfl  t %  .53  lT  ll  %  .IX't. K*\  ���V  ��*;  V  t  "wl  98S&  m  f-1*  !'',' -a' ,(. ��" ' 1 . .      .  f> ' * -. , ��� ,  Poge fl*2 The peninsula Tlm����  ,   Wednesday, October 13, 1-971  ^ihwiijmi ;n ���ih.��.-��i..Ii H..11.1.H ^..iwni.^i.niim.i.i.11 ����� *��������� ��� n  Bible Comment  ������questions answered  "THY word is a lamp unto my feet, and  a light untQ my p��tii," --Psalm Ufl:J05  .Question; Dues ,lhe word "destruction"  found in Matthew 0:13  n\e&n  annihilation?  AnswPl" No, It menus a eharige from  fnnner state, ���whether applied' to persons -  or things, but never total extinction of  being. The prodigal son was lost, lit. destroyed, "when in the far country, yet he  returned to his father's house, The sheep  of the house of Israel were lost, i.e., gone  to destruction,-,yet Jesus eame to seek  and save them (Matt. 18:11). Dr. Ellicot  says, "I question wliether a single pas-,  page can be adduced in which it (the  word destruction) means in relation to  material things more than the breaking  up of I heir outward form of beauty, or  in .spiritual tlungh more than what may  be described as Iho wretchedness^ of a  wasted life. We must not therelore attach  llie'idea of annihilation to Ihe word destruction.  Question: "What is the meaning of the  statement "ESccepl ye eat the flesh ol' llie  Sou of man.. " found  in John (i:53-5!J?  Answer: Tlie controversies of"centuries over thi'sc words have come down  to our own day; nor are they likely to  cease so lung as it is possible to use  these words ol Christ both literally and  symbolically. The eating of His flesh,  nnd Hie dunking of His blood in the  memorial least, is by many supposed to  be what the Saviour here taught; but  when we remember that spiritual life  must always precede partaking ' of that  commemorative feast, we must demur to  the thought of life being received in partaking of it! We feel therefore constrain-'  ed to say, that Jesus is'here speaking by  metoiiomy, of the Gospel arrangement  for salvation. Christ Jesus died for sins,  and. was raised again for justification,  and in order to salvation men must believe in Him as set forth in tlie Gospel,  By His ���"flesh" Jesus evidently refers to  His incarnation, and by His "blood", to  His death; and the rfipeption of these  facts-in faith, is most appropriately set  forth by eating and drinking.  |V Send your,.,-.Bible,- Questions to Box  'Kill, Gibsons, B.C. A free Bible .'correspondence. course is available from the  same address. Why not ask for it to-day.  3,000 BLIND BOWLERS """  ��� More than 3,000 blind bowlers try  Ji^eir jSlvill .on,,! he bqwlinglnnes each year  in Canada. A guide rait at the foot of  llie lane and the advice of a sighted coacli  help many a blind player Ib strike up" a  one game Idtlil of 250 in five pin and 200  in ten pin.  1 i  News From Denrriark  1 J * ' ' / 1 0 *      "���  t 1 * J ' ' '     \  Pender Harliour ��� PTA ^m^m^^m^^mmm^mms^*.  ���Jjy  ���SIXTEEN year old Wendy Nielsen, the  daughter of'Mr, ancUMrs. Eric Nielsen  of Porpoise Bay, Sechelt is a' former Ull-  phinstope student wlio is attending school  in Denmark,  Wendy has agreed to be our coires���  popdent in Denmark and we are delighted lo publish her first column this week:  J think the first thing a' casual ob-  -setytyL. would hoi ice about Denmark is  jts size; then its 1idy, well-ordered appearance. Almost everything is "in rows,  squares, or rectangles. *  * It's a very small country, you can  drive from one shore to the other in a  day, Since it is a farming country, you  can see on either side of the roads neat  square fields, interrupted by literally  hundreds of tiny but individual towns.  Sometithes these villages are only two  or three kilometres apart, but each has  a name, at least one store, and a por-(  sonajity.  There is nothing in Denmurk you  could call a forest, as we know it, but  here and there you see a carefully planted  acre of seedlings which, when gro\Vn,  will give Denmark another small forest  where people can come to picnic. Often  trees are used as borders of Jields instead ot fences, and around every farmhouse trees, not only give privacy, hilt  help  cut  off  the  almost  constant   wind  There are no mountains, and few lakes  world  I have ifeen to visit one of the many  castles, and the ruins of Kalpvig, The  castle is a public attraction, and a torn  is taken t,hVottgh the buildings pud  -ivounds, where ope can admire the hug*-1  paintings, aful the'furniture qC the Kings  and Queens who lived there. Even the  moat remains, hut stocked with swanib  ���no crococ"jles!.-Th�� ruins of Kalnvig art'  dose to myjschool in the town of .Rnhde,  and are well worth the four kilometre  walk. There js a long road of old cobblestones going right through the water tu  the island, R/lany of the stones have sunk,  but the main tower is still there. We  spent a good day just poking around.'  Well, I don't want to take up the  whole newspaper, so will stop for now.  Say "hi" to Sechelt for me���I mips it.  Bike study  is completed  BACKED UP by a  year-long, province-  wide study, the BC   Safety Council's  ideas   for  dealing   with   boom j bicycling  are expected to go hi Attorney-General  Leslie Peterson this, month  Safely council directors will send theii  recommendations   to   Victoria  after  con  Wendy Niela^   ��&%  \\^  faff  faW^  ,   ^ ,,.-..-.,       recommenrtauotih   lo   victoria  a  ot any sue; but a great many man-made     birU)rlnf, a ,.ep()1.t on the sUlcly.  HOIldS  111  the   ItelfJs   frnm   -iirl-iinh   I l>o .villi..      -        - ���  *4  k  RADIO & TELEVISION  . > *���,  qealer for:-    i    , .  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL���- PHILIPS  * a ^ * '     *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  'I-       *  .   *       *  ponds in the tields from which the cattle  drink. I was surprised -to learn Ihal even  with the lack of heavy forest, Denmark  has a lqt,0't��-wUd life in the way ,of deer,  fox, rabbits and'birds. There are no large  predatory animals such as bears or cougars, but there are enough deer and fox  for a good number to be hunted each  year.  Denmark seems especially popular  with the birds. At this time of year, when  the fields are being plowed, they settle  in great flocks to pick up. the insects that  have been turned out. v ���   . ;  A brick and Ktone tower, Ejer Baivne-  hoj, 'adorns the highest point in Don-  mark. Ymi can see many miles across tlie  country from tlie top, if you have the  energy to climb the endlessly-spiralling  stone stairs.  r Tjie ektent of farining is shpw'n in that,  ''"'for the number of Danish people, there  seems to he much more land under cultivation than in use for housing. For people who cannot acquire homes of their  own, the government, builds large apartments. Some of the houses are very old  and fascinating, Thatched roofs,, si one  fiQb'-iL brick walls, and sometimes no indoor toilet���or a very odd looking one.  Flowers and bushes grow, up the sides  of the houses, and on the thatched roofs.  For a'bit of contrast, Denmark can boast  of places like Legoland���-a fantasyland of  miniature, all built of the Danish-marie  Lego toys, and Tivoli in Copenhagen. The  country is a combination of very old and  very now; Jieside castles and green fields  spring up subdivisions, apartment blocks,  and shopipng centres that are as modern  as the old towns are ancient..'(Something  , tha'Danes hove not lost, even in tji'epewv  ���est of apartment buildings, js. their love  for flowers. Flower gardens, beds, urns,  planters, pots���inside and put, It must  be one of the flower-iesl countries in the  The 3li-page report includes results  of surveys taken in the province's llii  school districts and information from  police accident reports.  Peterson asked the council Jo get facts  on the bicycle problem and come up, witli  ideas for dealing with it, said Jack Arn  old, of the council's bicycle safety com  mittee.  Ph. 806-2280  I  Gibsons, B.C.  illfflllilllWifflF  LIONS ANNUAL -STEAK i  Saturday, Oct. 23  7:00 and 9:00 KM, SITTINGS  IT'S A MEW IDEA���  GOURMET PRIME  RIB  TICKETs\3.25  IEGION HALL  SECHELT, B,C,  SPECIAL  ' Hors-D'Ooijvrp SniYpcl In  Wnirilifj Aiwi |)iior *lo qnd  aftttr Plrinftr  Soo Keith Duffy lor Tickets  Pop 005-2201���N If cu 005-9006  Dental Topics  Crooked Teeth Can Cause  Digestive   Problems  MOST of iip are aware that crooked loeth  are unsightly. Pome of us realize t lint  the '-'hnck" teeth of a teenager i;*iii. linnl  to emotional problems,  But few people know tlud crooked  loolh ciui endue cllgeHllyo prohliiiriH. If  lite upper nnd lower teeth do. no.| '!i'"'l;  properly,' lhe person 'minimi chow his  food properly, This also loads in-dnr'ay  Imcaimo piirtii'lcH , of .fond caii'l lie, .dis-'  lodged fn/ni ovorluppiiig teeth, A good  "bile" Ihis ii Helf-cloanliilj* action.  I'nlii In Iho Jaw jolnlti ciui hn creulod  liy eroolu'd leelh, The sad fud f)l" |||Ih  dlHiidvanlnge l�� ||int llin Joint puliiij doii'l  iiHiinlly hIiow up until yeaiH Ittioi'-.wluiii  It In qol ns oj[ihy to Hti'itlglilei* loeth, -IVual-  mcut cfin'bonlii an oiirly rm II ^nnrs. ('ilil,  'Crooked' Imith cun iiIhii muuie iipemdi  dlfl'Iciiliii-H, Coinlihin IIiiiihi wllli llio iiu'ii-  Inl dlnii'(*!Mn which ul ion ocenrn wllh  (H'kohHvii iiiwnlH i\i](h you calls hiivon  majoi;   pNycliologlciil   problnin,  I'our, iiiiii|)i!i'iiiii(*nt froiii ni/".! i lur dlg-  ��nllv��i iipHidH1, iiluimo from H|i��iiic|i proli-  Imiiii or tuiHlnhlly tooth or nhronln dnm,iy  mm rwii'loMidy Hnd'ii'iiiliin 'a "IiIIiI'h cup-  Iklmun., The day when poii|��|i,i liuijllutd  ��� jf'nnil iiiituriVilly at llio pniHun wllli llm  Andy (Jiniip ("hlii find lhe Imck leelh  linn gono lhn way of llm Model T Kurd,  ClllllKlilUI   i)0||!l|l   AkiiikiIiiIIoii  Tho Corporation of tbo District of Powoll fllvor  .,���.,.>...,  ***0*M     �����*��  mm  Not Ico h horohy givon that a Court of Rovhhn  of Iho Valors' Us* will to hold in tho Municipal hall,  W\0 Puncan Shoot, Powoll Rlvor. BC, on Monday,  tho Jul day of Novtimbor, 1971 at tlm hour of >on  **, i , *  b'clock In tho hronoon,  ,        ,, T, McV$A  .. :       ., ��� '. Chlnf Admlnlslrollvo ClorK-'  't  PENDER  Harbour    Parept-Teaeber As-  socjation is now the lone stalwart in  the Seehelt School District and=*-de1egates  who attended the recent Parent -Teacher  Convention learned,that to survive, the  organisation V'ijl have to change,  Under this, present Prnvinplal Onvern-  Uienf School finance formula, the day )s  fas.t coming when nh,vtl��intj over and  above tho cost of a .very basic education system will have lo lie paid for entirely by local taxpayers. This indicates  an even greater need for liaison between  the schools and the public.  Speaking a< the first" meeting the  sehpql year of the Pender Harbour PTA  President Mrs. Mary Kingston pommenlT  ed on the new PTA concept which is cooperation with community service's. The  idea being to confer and ca-operat& with  organisations other than schools which  concern themselves with the oaro and  training of children.  Twenty-four people attended tl>e PTA  meeting held in Madeira Park Elementary School. Mrs, Kingston is serving her  fourth year as president, Mrs. Myrtle  Fraser is serving her second year as vice-  president, Mrs. Doreen Lee is secretary  and Mr. C. Tiernan is treasurer.  Guides and Brownies LA  holds Hrst Fall Meeting *  GIBSONS���L.A to Guides and Brownies  will hold the first fall meeting al the  Anglican Church Hall, Gibsons at H p.m.,  Tuesday October  10th.  AH mothers of girls and any interested Jadies are cordially ihviteid to attend.  Mothers especially will find the meeting  informative and helpful and the girls  appreciate any interest shown by the  parents.  ��� The unforgiving man assumes a judgment that not even tlie theologians havr  given  t<*r-G'<kJ.  Each summer, 02 outstanding Air  Cadets representing all parts of Canada  are chosen to travel abroad as goodwill  ambassadors for panada.  J^uhAiunc s*J4eUjliL\   SUBDIVISION  . WME&I-10NT AND VIEW LOTS  ONLY 11 LOIS LEFT  THEY LAST.  - ACCESS TO WATER  TERMS AVAILABLE  OSlOIN LODGING CO LTD.  883*9767 - Bok 189, Sechelt  WHAT YOU BAIMi  This program Is designed to create new Jobs and not to fill Jobs already available,,,  nnd to provide these jobs at wage rates normal for each specific job category.  to make this program succeed, the Government: of Prltish Columbia is joining forces  with business, industry, public bodies and .individuals throughout (lie Province.  All will be Informed of the program and will bo encouraged to participate,to the limit;  of their capacity-and resources, *-���*������  As of November 1, it will bo a considerable advantage to employers to'create jobs  for the holders of .Certificates of Opportunity. When you receive your Coil iflcfilo,  you should carry It with you whenever and wherever you seek employment and should  begin applying for jobs under, the program Immediately.,  To be eligible for Jobs created under Ihja new program  1. you must have' been a resident of British Columbia for one year-   2. you must be unemployed  3. you must have been receiving British Columbia Provincial social assistance)  payments for the past three months or longer *'   ���'  4. youshoulc| register In the, program and have a Certificate of Opportunity,  To register, complete the following form below without delay. We will send von  your official Certificate of Opportunity -yvhlcli. will qualify you for employment  under the following terms; ���,    "  * your employer will pay your full wages or salary;  * the Government of British Columbia will reimburse your employer half your  $m Mill  minisE��  .'Honourable Pan Cnmphell, Clmli man  TO REGISTER*TAKE OR MAILTHI8TORM'TOTHF. 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N^ ,-.lgB1 llf., ���,,,��� ^ ,  i��Ai^��tA Aum J******  t*  ���**f*i **A.y�� ri*Mk,m.  n,ft,fVfA*l NAMESAKE  *  The original minpral find at JCirpber-  loy w��s rm\de In 1802 on North Star 11(11,  Vim y**'U'S .ihay the orifitunl Sullivan  ^ovBloptnonl began. Duvuui the South  African War the town wiu, pnpipd pl'tpr  Ipe o(ty in tb'il onuptvy.  -'���Mtp^hc  Safe Motoring  IK THIS widespread usa of catchy slog  Jiib   hasn't   convinpecj   people   lo   gi  Wedne^y.-pprflher 13, w\-     Tji0rP(?*n��nw"|q'tlimes       - ?oqo p-3  LAST % DAYS *. WEDNESDAY &-THWRSDAY  .WMitMffay 13, Tlmrsflfly 14  Evonlnn nt 0:00 p.m.  letterx to the Iklitoy tin- the opinions of u-utlerf, wi itof in'<w<ii//.y those* of The Tlm?.?. A  mwi'tw-plitW um l>e H-etl for i>ttblhtt1iott< Ptt( (ill oiigimil.' mtttf be .signed by the \vtrlvr.  ?��ttm awter 10.  A llustj Meyer Production nmm' min u\w  WARNING,   Soma  coarse  lanfliiago,. much  nudity arid. suxttqt tQn'isrrv���B.C,  plrecfor.  Restricted: No admittance to persons  under IB.  * itMMjft    *    m**+. *m~ **,���***>    00^00^00^^).^**.      ���      *S~    -t      l**. ��  JrtQLWy-bTG&kQfS'  -lilditi^Hrbp Timps,       ���     5    ���  -.-, .���8ii'|'. alHiPVP., Iivtvo  bpen  llii'tio, illpf'fd  Blrll'rafi pp tho.SiunshApe Const in l]\o pi\K-t  Ul nionttts, tho syinpiithy strijf'p nt Pwt.  Mt'lffiii; 11 ib o.po ft'iy'-'ipaphofs* stril'o* npd  ��� |bp 1*4. ��� ItyOl'O. Hlv'llco.   .  Alrppsl evorypnu of the ppfop rpppv  fiurt* ipvpiveti will loll io\i Mud !'Wo must.  luivp   (aw  'ind   order",   pud  yet   iihppsst  PV(3fJ'()pe;Pf thPPi ohom to igPPI'P the ll|W.  *i"li6: deptsiqn  to  break the law* vests  ' CTtlirgtyVltb Hie individual. No ipfip lins  .thg rigjit tp make tlie 'dpeitijop ' fpi* &\\*  otjiei', Qbviniisly Ihop, "the piilon-1' dpas  not huve tlie right to innke the dticisiop  I'drtlici individual.  And us ibpnfpiop (\6or not hnve.-thp  right Ifi4|ppid*3 I hat a map shall hreak iho  law, of mprsoHie upjun cpnnot lie hold  rgspnntilbk") ii' lie does., (That's really, what  we mean when wu wty tinions are irre-  sponsibio).    ' ���  (Inly one individual ct*n be held responsible, nnd to Iiiiii' (or her) I "address  llio (luiislinn, "When is It.rippt lo brapk  tho law".  MA TIY  flppdlnl'tTipVip ni'j'pHt me, sp I Ijp'pw \WM  cus> nn dunkipg '���' tboy "Hist duve af-  tiintird, perhaps a moderate dose of  sni'iilihc data,might do the trick, says  tlu>   11C   Automobile   Association"  Although alcohol also affects reaction  ,Muyi HCAA has pinpointed vision be-  ��"'iiM- or lis Itiuiingij that (15 to oil per  'ini nl the infprmnlinn drivers reruivo  id'niit the traffic scene comes Irom the  ���wi"*. "Without a clear picture," says the  "iiiu club, ''accident-''��� '  pi i,^| ilc"  Iree driving  is  im  ii  an(5sr*-!ha  tirti^MimMiMiniiRf       (in cat-a a  Ill's liko Woodstock Man)  Fri. IS, Sq��. 16, Sun. 17, Mori. 18  Evenings at 8:00 p.m.  H'i'i  LIYWMW  Tho. 19, Worf: iO.Thnr. Jl. Fri. 22  Evo|i||i&i��� j(t 8;00 p.m-  SqI. 23-|MAi;|NEE���2:00 p.a-.  NEKT WEEK  Sal. 23, Sun. 24, Mon, 25, Tuo. 26  CATCHr^22  Roslijctocl  COMING SHOWS IN ORPER  MIUION POLLAR DUCK  ���.pyeps ANP pTHfB STRANCPBS  COLOS5US~-T|io Fprbin Projocf  PIABY OF A MAR M0U��E*yVIFE  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons BB6-2027  jBjyy^iriii.ajy.j,  Amchftktf  lildilor, *l'he *J*im6s,  Sir: Op two nccasious rppeptly, Qept-  30 and Op). (), groups of sUiflontB -fj'-pm  liilpliinstpno Ujgb Scliotil |iqye jniped wilh  sluderils on the Lower IVlniiiland in. peppe-  ful demonstnitipns against nuclear testing, .-���-  Though the proposed Amchilka,J)lasL_  was l|ie piirlioiilar point "at issue and tlie  deinoutjIrnUoils were directed al tho  Arnorionn Consulate in Vancouver, the  theme was the banning of A Mm nuclear  teslinfj.  .JtslJould hp noled that tho young people fripn the Sunshine Coasl, Hn on each  (iccasiou, provided their own transportation (o the city. Tyiosl copTinpters will  agree that this is no small iteip to come  put pf "pocket-money", Thoi-r only as-  sftliinceWas materia Is for posters which  was kindly provided hy the Hoyal Ca-  iitrdinii   Legions.  (A   I-.'AIHSNTj  The new philqsophy  Editiir,   The  Times, '  *���;-*- 3ii'::*A"fti'W" thiiiiglils on the new philosophy of anU-iaw and otxlei- and anti-  police.  Advertized by Hie Qeorgia Strjiight a_  crowd of peop|e gatlior to smoke marijuana in pubiip. The police representatives tell llmm to clear the streets for  traffic. Thpy...'simpt oljseeniUps at. the  police pnd spme1 ihrovy rocks or bottles.  The police move "into c|ear the streets.  ThefD jh scuffling apd resistance of ar-  rui?t. What are llie police pupppsed to do?  Jyst   keep   op, saying,. '!fipi��r   boys,-. j/p  iVon��p?"        '...   ,     7 . ... ,... ...  Tho  Btih '���'Hoiiilllnea,  ipid  cbtinhel  B,  .jiJimys only the rougher ptp'ts of Ilia pf'lico  aptlpp, :,,::...  ,*',      :  ,.v.'..,,., :     .:. y ,  Nothing was said abpiit the poljoe  wbo iicterl more genlly, which came opt  ill  the evidence,  A \vouk kppi', n pni'ly is hold in Iho  streels, That Is reported as "a huge success, ,1'eopie wore drinking beer pp l|ie  fililowiilk 'ipid' tjpioklpg pinrljiiapii,"  :���'.��� ,'J'liut is a huge huucuhp, isir/Bo 1 ihui  go and dripk hpnr op l(iu sldewnlk of  Beclioll npd smoke nuiii'iuiim'- And if Ihu  "IWW  SSBEBHBBi  yj^Wj  ���YOUR'CREDIT UWIOWfS OFFIER TOP RETURNS  DEPOSITS OUARAWTEED  ASK US APOUT TERM  DEPOSITS  (WITHDRAWABLE  ON DEMAND)  r0m0000000i0000Q0000000mm0*0000m0*L\ wmimumimi *��' \m��*m***m*00mi^00qMm '  NOW  ���   '  ' '    'i  PAYBNG 7% PER ANNUM  (COMPOUWDEP aUARTERHY)  MSSSBW  SUNSHINE'COAST":  CREDIT UNION  secheU  Phono BOfWSl  PORT Ml-UON INDUSTRIES  CREDIT UNION  GIHSONS  Phono 0U6-2U33  liberal M.l.A. Allan Williams  will bo guest speaker at  SELMA PARK HALL -7t30 p.m.  WEDNESDAY^ 'OCTOBElR' 20*����  MR, WIUJAMS Will REAP TM EUf*OGY  Till�� montlnu, tlm tlrtit of ti winter mirlon  Is n/wn to nil an mars nnrt 00 wffo "yoir to otto ml  anil nlr yoiir ioollnfftf.  Mr.  Wllllimm will oHo'ntpt lo ntmwor  ^m_._.,^x.,^��� yoiir' qtioRtlntw .,    ._ _���,������,_���..   COMEfOT0P'RR"ATlON':PRWIIA'CK  'A > ' , '  -  Spomorotl by ||io  SUNSHINE COAST MilERAI- ASSOCIATION  ��  nnrlijP.lt.lps pt t'tpra ptpl f*Rll lif^tTl ^i^'tM7: 1l,,'"i'.   ni-ordiiiaftmi   and   emotional   he-  ppw philpsflpijy nrinw m\d <hjtexj KyAJJ,  M),\m pliildrPP WPll' OUt Pf ecllppl jip^;  piny jippkrpy,' npd - p p r p d p ��� flqwp!:0\Vii\ ���  A'li.|prij[Hiri IIanl��In ".'lells thpnv-fi"*..:"B'^v*--v  phnnnpl ll, Hhj! H-ls'nn \w\ht\o m&wi.t.  ���'it is ipdppd, but ppt thp.Wft.v flip Al'lf!'-  .man iiipani, it wps an'iristwric,pDcpipp  for supervision of auihpiity in tpp sphiipls, ,  A pi'owd pf yppng ppopiq.liipek flip  rppds to the USA, capelng 8VPPI ipPPPYPr.���...  tppnea tp Iptp pf pepplp.'' NpVhJPB b# I? ���'  said pbovit thfit, ?ind, I think, np Prrppls  mode. (So it. is idrigbl to block rppd_s,. jj* itV  It eppnot be ibought by ppyppp Ip  his right niind that lo.pno childrpp dp-  monstralipg, pr crowds I'locliiing.tiip rpads  to the USA Wopld influence fresidopt  Nixpn opt* iota as to whether ho WPnld  or wpuld pot allow.tJip Ame|ii|Hg lest,  ,1. a. jiriowNiNQ  Better Community  J.iidilor, Thp Timos,  Sin l| isiny pleasure.to inform ypp  ipe IU?I G.A.A. PnmpHign for inpm-  liprslpps apd' funds was very suecpssl'pl.  *);(i2i).iii�� ;yas realizod from, the canvass  and our mPmbershjp rolls rose to over 300  V'amily IVJepiherslnps.      ,    "*:  , Alinw nip to express our gralilpdp ppd,  iJuinkH for yqtir wl'Hnff assistance; wlppji  was a tremeniipus^holi) in achieving Ibis  success.  i'erluips it. is some measure of satisfaction to know that through your efforts,  we can now widen Ihe scope of our present rerreulioriiil programmes and implement new ������WW*, lo hel|J build u hotter  commuiiiiy.      "'v '*      - \  (Mrs.).J13AN MULLEN  All the way  Ed i I or. The Tunes,  Sir; The 'students of jj.ie Jillphinstono  General. .Business'I!-!-class should he highly commended for the brief Ihey si|bpiit-  ted to Uie Hon, JJan Canipbelli and tiie  Hon, Isabel Dawson at a public meeiing  whir|)  they  attended   here  recently.  Tips very well worded and very (rue  to form brief should, nol be ignored by  Ihe public..  As ratepayers and parents of students  purselvp?, we Mie hoping that more par'  cuts feel as we do, also that the students'  brief is not ignored by the two honorable  guests frpm Victoria. So let's back thp"  cjjiss .and gel behind them all the wm.Y-  - ..**���-���    ��� TiffD BJWJOliS J.H.  Mac? Dogs & Englwhmm  ejome to the Twilight  SHQWIFMq  now at  the Twilight  Theatre  in Gibsons, "Beyond the Valley of the  Dplls", the, stm'y Pf pn. all girl rock band,  Whp Willi !pts;fj/ ejjppsipo. nialie i(. Ip the  - lop-and"fe'tart '|oing to Hollywood parties.'  tlie moyio is restricted, and  H.  W. Muc-  pppflkjri.tJ��e*.J'J,p. I3Jrectur warps of "��01110  (joarse lapgiipgP, nuiph ppdity and sp'xmil  reiilispi". WJi'lt elsp;|s pewV  S|fi|"l.|ijg , pp, li'ridoy,   fpr   four   duys,  -"Mud Pngs pnd Jilpgllslppcn" starring .loc  Ciicker, Lepn  itiissoll anil a -hi m.embi'i  Comnipiipl lopripg company, ji) iho "irinl-  lllmi of Wopd^pck, lots of .iiiuhIii, ipuii-  iplu  ficreep   iinilgOH  of .Jpe  Cocker  lioin  e'ver apgllej apd in general everything ymi  WPiil(UiK|)i}f!| t(�� see and lionrl'nim p rm.'k  band  op   liiiir of  lhe  Upilcd  fit a pis.  An  pbvioits Iroiif fpr pit ihe bins ijr ,lop f!��,cl(-  B��''a  I'liotngrpphcil 'hi color nl.Hii.vnrlii. H|u-  fllfJH in Miiiii-il), Uio filprylionk i.'ii|ill<il of  G'-'i'iipmyi "Willy, Wonkii 'ind iho Choco-  I11I11  Kiicio'ry", ��� i|  duly iliillciiiiis  fnniiisy  |(il'l||(i i'l||)il.rpplisliui'|���^.,iicx|,  week ul  llin  twilight,   *|'h!s  iii|i,g|iiidlv��  iniilion   pirl-  lirri   lulum   ypu   mi   a   wiipili'oiis  jniii'iiny  down a'chpi.'pliilo livor to the inventing  "dopi  imii   licyppij  In  Ihu  (linnl., Uli*w7  Wonkiivntpr,  While everyone concedes tlie geuerah-  v.iiiuin thai alcohol allects vision, what  hm\ statllB the layman is the variety  ul \\tivs in which itrdmsrijo   -  Since alrnhol  rednpes  volpnlaiy con-  I over all mnscles, its elfect oh tho  iim dtscrolcj muscles that move and  I'm ns Uu; eyu's is particularly stiong.  due ot these muscles, the ciliary  iniiM le sniroundmg the lens, bungs near  .nul 1,11 obieets udo sharji locns When  11 is iclaxed by alcoh(d, tliere is a dis>-  p'liiou ol light inys on the tetina lhat  miiileies with the neuial impulses sent  in tlie "b'ralh. The respll; a laulty and  bi/./y  picture of the traffic scene.  Sin muscles attached to each eye direr! both, eyes to |he~ same'-sprnl al the  ������.line .lime. Poiible vision occurs when  ������ii' 1I10I relaxes these muscles. Two'driv-  iiiii  liazards are then  involved;  II the image .from one eye is weaker,  ii will be ignored and poor depth perception will result. If both images are inter-  picted by the brain, the driver may see  i.wo sets of headl|ghls approaching .and  uini'i |��now which to ignore.  ll normally lakps s^y-pn seconds after  t*'X|iuMire to headliglii glare for llie eye's  pupil lo again adapt lo dtirli conditions.  hm ibis "recovery condition becomes iii-  in-iisingly sloyver in direct ratio to the  iiiinionl of alcoliol imbibed. BCAA says  Uu.- may bj! y prime rpaspn for the higher  'incidence   of   nighttime -accidents.  Alcohol can sharply reduce both lilack  ..ml while and color perception, Tlie ret  in.i nl  Ilu: eye contains millions of nerve  lil.i is   that   send  impulses   to  lite'"lirain.  J' j be 1 s   cyl Ipf]   rods _. trHftsmjt.., light   apd.  "d'ii*l<*, 'fibers'"'willed' cones  transmit   color.  When  aleohul   reduces   Ihe  supply  of  ii.siicn in the bloodstream, Ihe sehsilivily  nl   llu'ise  fibres  is  inTpairerT  J'lie aulo club points out that alcoliol  atsn affects the ability to judge distances,  >n \ iljrl,. to such�� driving maneuvers  nosMiig lanes,  passing  and  parking.  It also reduces peripheral vision, ner-  cssiiiv.- for niovi'iig* 'through intersections  or |uisl parked cars where pedestrians  nt'M> suddenly appear J3GAA cited a  study by the British Medical Research  Couiinl revealing that -llie score on a  field of vision lest fell 30 per pept with  a blood alcjohol eonceiTtrffTion as low as  ii;i;')  per  cent.  Finally, sPpie drivers who drink he-  cotno vjptinis of p dangjerpys cppdiliou  'i a I led, tiystagmus���the uncontrolled,'  fPPJd ^pHcillation of the eyelialls. .When  this occurs, clear vision js vjrliujljy impossible.  When drinking is linked lo I raffle ac-  pjdpills. mosl popple think pf the driver.  But the BCAA says I|ie peduslciap js also  h.ojiviiy iiivnlve'd In the reliahfe esll- '  pifjlp Ihnl alcohol is aipnjor factor in al  lpfiist'Jiiilf of all fatfil'car pnishos. ||e, too,,  pin's! receive a clear picture of ihe trallle  scope jn order.to niiike llie pj'oper menial  Plid physical responses to 'croSHing  VVHlklpg along Ihe roii(|wiiy,  Dresses   selling   nf   a   fraction   of  normal price.  1st Group $15.00  2nd Group $10.00    ..  3rd Group $8.00  n  Peirif Tops  4*95 fo 10,95  lovers - Sweaters  5.95-7.95  Bras. 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Oilii 0| iwu ��pi|P,  .Jff|,Ji")))4j,lM''ljl|U.b'.,fHil/Jj|j.iaJui^|...Mio.i��|.t��|u��fc,.���  J?*W||f��hoil.,tm ����bov��t  Gwmtiilynnllyiflfnloa:  OpH in two f-wilu,  twiw wmi  ounniWQ  SUPPLIES  Your  C)||i|i|p(i pnirjld  l^nlpr., '  * J   ,  Two Mcfliilons  .,' fo isorv^  Sunshine Coatl  ^        Mlgliway  ai^oHs  mr.ymm torn mm  1  1  i  1  mvnm  7ii'/  HfM  rm*Ht.r,bmiJn*��*m#i**vif.  *,>��W0MteiyH0$L^l&hiyidMfcr0���fa&i*^^  r*ir0m.r^r**^~4H0*.... mrr-r,���Mfc���.^.i>, .iim, ^i'^ia,^.,��y ,*,.m,^*..j^r..r*n...mr^i*^rrr* ,aa^,w^a,na.M,a,a^,.a^nwi7.  *^,yi^fll^��'. **L0.~iirr.^.,ir.mHpma���MLi.*ii0^00*^^*~M00^*^* rn^,.*. -w  /.  ^4**^4m4k&&*^^  I  0000I00  imwmi  1.  1  "^W^WMnHfM  (AhrfMlWhwtlhit  00**tlfr0**l��� .MP���  ���nit0 piim^^hww**>wtwi|iiii��iWh" **i V.jm.*100*f*-00f*0**^t0*0iA0p0tm0p*+*i*m00mi00f0fw*l0im  J- Page B-4  The Peninsula Tiroes     Wednesday, Octobeir 13, 197V  The Peninsula^^^  'V ttm be wrong, but I shqll not-be so wrong rm to foil to say wlmt��l Mteve to be right?  Douglas G. Whbbwr. Editor  ^mmummmm0imm0mmmmm0mm0mmm0mm0mmmi,m.mm,��*0m*n0mm0munmm00immm0*0mm000000K0m*>0*^^  II  THERE has been considerable controversy In the past regarding establishment hxJhe Regtona^Boarcl of a Zoning  Bylaw bCit in general, much of tho current opposition rises not from the fact  we have" zoning regulation but rather  from the poorly contrived nature of the  ^byh\w,  .However^ this is u situation the Regional planner is improving as problems  appear and, without doubt, the time will  half �� mile und there's ���no rooiu for one,  either,  Well, I was mad, ThinKing about the  noise und the lights und the parking I  realized that-there' wpuld be no more  pleasure from our^gardw which we had  worked so hard on', "Who wants to sit  under a tree' next to a gus station?  After we talked it over we decided  to move into a quieter part of the neighborhood, away from- the traffic on Clyde.  I I  to a progressive zoning programme while  giving cause for jubilation in some circles  is by no means any reason for celebra-  tk>n, This is clearly emphasizecl in an  article published by the Community  Planning Association of Canada, Ottawa.,  It required no further consent on our  part;  : ^Trlon't want a gas station next to  my property!"  My neighbor is a nice enough guy.  -Tlnrt's.why what happened was such a  surprise; Joe's comer lot has oyer 100  feet frontage on our street and goes  back p couple of hundred or more on  Clyde. All around us are nice homes  and we all "like our community. At least  1 thought we did, until one day last  month when the surveyors came onto  Joe's lot, '���:���".  I hpd it figured, of course. L thought  he was going to subdivide for his boy  to build a house when he. gets married  next spring, I could hardly believe it  when Joe told me about the gas-smtion.  "It's only a small independent tine, just  two pumps," he said. Now that thbre is  more traffic qn Clyde he thought he  could make a killing. None of the regular companies  have  a  station  within  7 "���'**-*  CO  ��  wants to buy a house next to gas station? '  That's when I decided tp go to City \  H��ll.'' A friend at work lold riie about  the city zoning by-law which would  help me. When I saw the inspector he  was polite and understanding, but useless, It turns out that there's no zoning,  on Clyde Street, It seems that they can  divide the city up on a map and pass, a  by-law which stops people from building, so as to spoil what others now enjoy. If there was zoning Joe could build  a house but no gas station. When I asked why we weren't protected the inspector said that kome years before the  residents had objected k> zoning because they didn't understand it and the  Council didn't wont to lose votes by  fqrcing an issue,  So here 1 anv?���stuck with a home  which is hard to sell next to a thi^rate  gas-station7 It's not right, but it seems  that itY too'late to do .anything. Our  alderman is campaigning' for town planning in our city. He says it would have  pfeVenfed the kind of"brpuhle I havS.: 4f  he's right, why didn't they do something about it years ago? Is there anything 1 c^Hfe.db?  "Looks like sonic sort of flouting zoo!'  Membership up . . .  Gibsons Athletic Assn.  " 7 *  successful house canvass  % bond issis  FORMATION of a Regional Ratepayers' Association brought with, it  new hope for the many taxpayers who  were quite unhappy with the highly costT-  ly functions assumed by the Sunshine  Coast Regional District, It was felt that  mm��  the lines and if taxpayers and Ratepayer  groups" seek change then the ahswet lies  strictly with the individual, -7 - ..-,  Clearly the Ratepayer Associations  are "hitting heads against stone walls.  The only answer is that suggested by the  if the people in sufficient numbers gave Minister of Municipal Affairs, the Hon.  the new Association adequate support it Dan Campbell, who made the point that  would have a strong enough voice to changes must be made, where required,  combat any further heavy financial in- at the polls, This is the only way and it  "vplvement that might be considered by .would seem ope of the greatest services  the Board,,         7          ,,.',., .;>,....���.. 7. .the "Ratepayer groups can .perform is  'Unfortunately, the hostile attitude by ihot, of seeking oiit good, responsible and  certain -members of the Board  to the 'honest candidates, It' is futile to nomi-  Rutepjiyers lias not been .met' with the  right kind of retaliation necessary to establish the Association as a solid and  responsible body, With the exception of  t|je West Gibsons Heights Ratepayers,  support from other spch grpups has been  puny and ineffectual, and while membership has grown satisfactorily the attend-'  ance at meetings has '-decreased alarmingly, , .,.'-���  ' This fo a sorry situation for despite  considerable past criticism, it would  hardly. lid claimed our elected Regional  nate just anybody for the sake of change.  It. "pMisf'be coiisidpretl- that when a  change is proposed, the candidate has  to have more to offer than the encumbent, otherwise all is lost,  Minute Message  .���r^���;������ .���:__^_���,���-_. ,   by Pastor Gerry Foster  Pentecostal Taborpaple, GlbBons  MANY will look lit the problems of tlur  world and mal^e tbo statement "Wby'  ,,      i   ii i , -i^.^r-A .i,!���    doefi  not God  do something uhout  UV"  Board, directors have yet  owered their  ^ lhe facl ()f UlQ falter is God dld  sights when it comes to holding down ex-    (io something, %*X yfl��ro ug�� His Son,  JoBUH Chrlsti -died' on tho cross for you,  "God so loved the woiid that He gave  Ills only begotten Bon,  that whosoever'  boliovoth in Illm should not 'perish, but  liavo everlasting life,"  (John 3:111),  penditure *pf taxpayd'rs capital, A tvpical  example is the fact -that last week' it was  learned, unofficially that of all things,  It had been considered ncccs*"ttry to employ whitt is referred to a*i a press relu-        ���,������,���,���       ,, *,*���   ���       ,,,     .���  ions writer. Wilh 'two experienced,news   -   ?,��} ^ all ho could, Ho guvo I'lmsoU1,  , editors covering the public, meetings the    ^'�� ��������'�����"�� ��rn,,.Mi-invn-Hinrv in tho  1 Board hits, apparently, deemed it advisable io Hike on the part time" services  , of it  lillle-qualifiedi   individual  whose  ability was made clear In the last news*  release, neilher local papers could coo-'.  (rider..,I'll lor publiciiHon, Writer of lhe  /���(i-'called release., is, we leurn', an iicqu-  nin'liiiice of Ihe chairman,  ��� The cosi of Ilvl-H lutes! employee Is  probably  very  small,   However,  where  ' docs il tjll end? We suggest there in nut  imoihiT Regional District, in lhe entire  province with such n, large paid slalT  , itfi Ihul,of llie Sunshine Coast Regional  Dislrici, a '  It should be made clear Ihnl there  nie well iiieuiiliig1 and capable men scrv-  ,iii|-'on lhe Board hul for some obscure  i'ciinoij lew of them are'prepared lo lake  ��J^.I)'-*f'fifMtHL3��Mn^  iilify no iiluiij" wilh llio linnl core rallier  llniu rock lhe bonl, Only loo ol'ien are  coiniiiltlec ivpniiH uud recommeinlnllonH  read mil nml passed unanimously will)  vlcplofutile -lack  of i|iivsilons by oilier  "dlrccioi's, New members oflen inke'slund  for lhe llrsi iiicctln-* or iwo bul Invnrl-  > ably al hubseqileni niceilngK end up in  lite.old groove,  11 should be nhimdimlly,clear lo nil  who bike the trouble; lo rend press re*  polls of mccilligu jusl who does nil lhe  lulklnit, iiiukes motions and, In f/,cn',*rul  iippuiirs lo have u I'oiil'rolllng Itiliuence,  Much should be very apparent between  0mn*0m*mr*K0**n0min0*0*0m0m0i0nwmw0mm*0m,>*0nu0*0*v*n0,  ENINSULA  I'lilillfihnl Wciliicwliiyii nt Nnlwlt  on ll.C't, iSuiiiililiiu t.:��iiiM  ' hy  I'owcll Klvfli Nrwn Town ( |l��:r  '"-"-" **** f?ccfic? f ���**nnirs-r,f��t.*- - ** ****"-  , -   M��tn 3MI-iS��hIicI���� ��,<'.  fiiil)*>i'(Jplloi)iHiilcii! (In m��1viiiii.-<->  ' " linnl, $f�� per yciif, ll��!yolnl .1,1 ini|��:i,, !)>7���  IJ.8.A,'., $}is()vi'iKUH, * If).  Sm'lrw Kin nryii fmnl I'ort Mellon in Hftmimt  ���,(lh\wi> ,Stiiiiul to lervls Inlet)     y  hit,- is tho groiitesl lovo story Iri Iho  history of Iho ublvorso, Consider Ibo  Seripluro which fiityB, "God shows Ills  lovq for us In that while wu wore yot  Hlnitfli'H Glnist dlctd for us," (Hodvuih fitil),'  What moro could God huvo .donoY, llo in���  not 'rottponillblo for l|ui ni��ns In tho world,  you and 1 nro, Yot w<* l>MV��i the nudtielly  to blamo God while w'o iir�� riijuetliig  Ills gift of hiiIvhIjoii,  ' Miiny today aro lonely, dnprti'muid,  InelUiig peaeci of heiirt. and mind, Thoy  huvo trlud rmveni! thbigM lo imllsfy a  Ipnglng, Koiu'ehln'g luuiii, hut still huvo  only oinpUliosH, Could I' urgo you lo look  lo Chrlfil today, (iX|)iir|iiiu'o Ills lovo and  gruel!, It will m>vor lot you down,  Poets Corner  ^-YiHirrimirlliiiilniixum Invllt'd  by. Kalby t'rpnor, Gr|��i|' I'olnl Hchool  Hllniieo, Poojilo,,ho, <|ul��ll It Ih I, Molhor ,  Naturo, I bavo ttonui lo l��M��ih Iho wholu  'world a l����non, 'J'b'o mdijuet; Luvu.io. All,,  Tovo,' pooplii, Jiovii ovnrylhhig ynu moo  thai In good, kind and bouuiiriil, I'loworu,  puoplo, trmxi, iiiilniuliit lovo llmm, my  liuimui frlonds, luvu Ihom,..... ,,..,...  Th In thing ("iiJInd lovo .will gut you for,  i It ijiiii (lot'you fiirtbCai' limn you'll ovur  rimll/,0, Ji will laloi your nmotlonH (louring  lilghor, hlghor almvo tho nJotidii fuvlh����r,  liirtlinr imivoc (.'iiloihig Npooil, IJullll You  i.'uiiki iiguliihi a ihing ('ailed iiidoi Horrid,  huiofiil, Trying lo piish you'buclt, luu-h  away Irom llioiio you lovo, J<ovo my  fih'iidii, li'ivo, H��!nio|Jibui* Hint ulnghig  _.wurd..Ui*,.,v<iiir,.liiuirl.entil....uwu,vJI��Jiiiuiuliii.,  of inui|i!|'iil|o(i mid I'd it! loimo to llm  worlil Jtlui a dovo that bun jotit liri'ii  Sinr-il, Aim) lol |l fly lo pliu'im unluiowii  .to bring Uio wholo world lovo,  ...���Wh<'Jt.l|i|N,lK���do)!'i Lidmll brliULfurlh a,  1'iowliliig woiidor, But no unlil llm iiconlo  Riupfighilnjr imd iharulortif iho wnrld  ,   In lovo,  FINAL returns for, the 1971 jRibsons  Athletic Association house-t'pi.h*{JUsp  canvass for memberships and funds' realized $629.90. Our membership rqU in- .  creased to over 300 family memberships.  (Th'at covers 1,000 or more individuals).  A thank-you goes to all our canvassers, typists', receipt book stampers and  envelope compilers for their assistance. A  special thank-you to all who supported us  and joined our association. If we somehow missed you, a membership may be  obtained by sending $3 to the: Gibsons  Athletic Association, P.O. Box 604, Gibsons, B.C. A card and receipt will be  sent to you.  We welcome ail our new members and  hope they will help us build a better community through oiir association, Policy  has to be established to ensure smoother  running programmes anfl as guidelines  to aid Implementation of new recreational  requirements of this area. Let us hear  from you, as members your opinions aru  requested to help formulate policy. The  Association has been built on the principals that all children be given, a chance  fo participate and in their participation  learn the principles of good; sportsmanship.  The response to Soccer this ,1'ulJ was  overwhelming,     Expediency     over-ruled  good judgement  in  some cases,  causing  some   Justified     complaints,   T h r o ugh  , coaches and executive meetings and discussions, policies -are lieing worked out,  '   Our aim  is tho  best  possible "Soccer  (or' tho Sunshine Coast, ,for as .large a  number of boys as possible, AH the'sn boys  have to bo assigned a team in llmlr up-  .proprlate division, whicb  !����� usually determined,  by   age,   Al,   times    confusion  reigns  supreme   because   in  some  cases  thorn are  hoys  left  over  in  some  ago  categories, and not enough Im others,'io.'  mako  simple  team  assignment  fiohNihlti.  W.o   feel   Uio   parents   and   hoys   readily,  ���mdorsland the necessity of Juggling' lli'ii  players around, at / tho beginning ni t||(J ���  miason, to give' inoro hoyo a placn un a  "luinn, and Irying out in how pomiiioun,  along  with chalk  board��� talks, In miler  llllll Ihoy may compolo morn elTiirllvnly,  Now loams select their Inaiii niuiii', nnd  , uniform colors, Kiich boy lh roglHloriiil un  part of Ihlri tiuiin, under a Muled niurli  uiul   managor,   wllh    lhn  U,C,  ,luvcnilo  Succor'Assn, IhroiiHh tho SiuihIiIiih V.umi  Succor Ahhd, and thu G,A,A,'n arfiliuiinu  witbalho Norlh Shorn Jlranch,(  Al'lor all tho learn ro^lslralloim iu'ii In,  a Bchedulo Is nifido up covurhig tlm who'lo  I'oniiiHula and'all Iho Iniiiimhi oaith divl-  hIoii, for Ihu onllre lioiiHon, Including piny.  ol'J'tt and JTovlnnlal Cup piirlli'ljmiuiii,  (loco Iho liiamii iitart playing llm t,f^)i<��� <|-  llJlul gamiiH, ov��i'yt|��llig Himiilil lii"ruliu  down. , '  Tlmru1' In still uihi cnnlrovuriiy i|mi |m  ������"rtol��nlnfl"**nnhi,lh | |y,���*wil ir*l Wft*~irv^tiT(Ti7w "^ir  thought, Coiuiiuriitlyiily mi|iiii| Iiuhh,, ���|,  ill" iiiiui of Iho iioiiHiin for h/iiiur lnn.i  " I'limpolollvii Socciir, nr a HJimknd limiu in  im offurl. In play for llm IVnvlnclul dup ���|.  Ibo ond, or Hm uiiflHun. Thlti In a iin,.),,),,,,  lo Im dliu'iimiiul and ngrimd upon hy ihu  coaches and managers, with the best interests of the boys entrusted to their  carei  as their first consideration.  These men give up their free time,  in all kinds of weather fo teach boys, Soccer, not to baby-sit or act as chauffeurs.  Parents please do your part, ensure your  boy is at practices and games on time.  Transportation is your responsibility. Arrange car-pools for practices, but if possible bring your boy and attend the game  >���they only last -one liour.  If you wish to see -absolute Soccer  enjoyment, watch the three new^-Division  fi teams, made up of (3 to 8 year olds (first  year boys). They are just great, their  eagerness and enthusiasm are contagious,,  and makes all the muddle and set backs  worthwhile.  In another area we are extremely  pleased with tlie tremendous response received, from the Business Enterprise of  Gibsons, in sponsoring our teams^We are-  very grateful. A list of sponsors, managers, coaches, team napies, uniform  colors and the names of the players will  be pictured and published as soon as  possible. f  DETAILS" of the Municipal- Finapce Au-  thority   of .British    Columbia's    first  bond offering should be.finalized shortly.  M.F.A. chairman Mayor Hugh A. Curtis of Saanich told delegates to the Union  of B.C. Municipalities Convention tliat  M.F.A. officials are currently in New  York where details of the ,public debenture,issue are being worked out.  The offering is approximately $21 million (U.S. funds) in Sinking Fund Debentures due,.October 1, 1996.  Mayor Curtis said the M.F.A. decided  to go to the U.S. market after calling  tenders in the Canadian market last June.  Two bids were received from Iprge syndicates but both were rejected because the  interest cost, 8.94% on the most' favorable  of the tenders, was considered tpo high.  The M.F.A., created in 1970, provides  financing foi1 sewer, vyutej- and .pollution  control facilities for B.C.'s regional districts -"and municipalities. All JJIJ regional  districts jn tbe province are members of  the M.i-'.A,  ^tAin^'anadf-iiia are aware that if they  eat foqds low in cholesterol they may  retard the process of hafdeninjj* of, w...   arteries and reduce their risk of mm   ..  attach and stroke. But few know what v  cholesterol is and1 what it doess, Chole^-  terol is not all l��d. In proper amounts,  it js in fact invoi ad in a number of  functions .vital to body health, says the  B.C. Heart Foundation,   ���  *.  A fijl-like chemical substance, cholesterol is found inWery living animal cell,  reaching its highest concentration in the  cells of the central'nervous system. Not  all of its roles are clear, but this chemical  is known to be essential to the proper  architecture of the cell membrane. As  such it presumably plays a key role in  regulating what gets in and out of the  cell. It is also the forerunner of a number  of other agents including the sex ahd  adrenal  hormones.  WJuif makes cholesterol such a potential biological bugaboa, says the B.C.  Heart Foundation, is that an excess  . amount of it in the blood may increase  susceptibility to heart attack. There's a ,  lot of evidence that when there is'an  excess of cholesterol it piles up in the  coronary arteries (along with othei- fatty  substances) and can. reduce or shut off " .  blood flow to the heart muscle. Result:  heart attack.  Cholesterol is present in varying-  amounts in foods of.animal origin (eggs,  meat, poultry, and dairy products) and in  sea food. Egg yolks, fish roe, shellfish  (lobster, shrimp, crabs, clams and oysters) and organ meats (brains, sweet-  breads) kidney and liver) are particularly  rich  |n  cholesterol. .  ^ The body also makes cholesterol but  the'amount made apparently depends un  the kinds of fat we. eat.. Animal or saturated fats tend to increase cholesterol  levels in the blood. Presumably they spur  the liver to manufacture more of it.  Polyunsaturated fats (such as those found  in corn oil, cottonseed oil, soybean- oil and  sunflower oil) tend to decrease cholesterol levels.  ICnowing Jlhat cholesterol���fatty in feel  and pearly in color���is neither all good  nor all bad, but* somewhere in between,  should encourage Canadians to modify  their diets so that intake of cholesterol  is kept within due bounds, the B.C. Heart  Foundation  concludes.  SSM ELECTRIC LTD.  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Workmen's Compensation Board Certification  REGISTRATION  DATE ONLY:   OCTOBER 21.  1971  7:30 pm,, OLD SCHOOL HOUSE, PORT MELLON  '  F&'os are payable on registration date and Include tuition, lexlbook,  coursfe material and examination lee (if.57,00)  INTERESTED PERSONS PLEASE CONTACT  OLIVER M, PRICE  PRIOR TO REGISTRATION DATE BY PHONE, 886-2326  j��witness report  as it happens  7,  ncssss  Ovur the yciint, moro ihun Ifi^OOD Air  (.'niiuin huvo /Ulondcd thu ariiiual mini-  ii|��>r ciiiiiim hold at Caimdinn Von'on  r\mm i*i,mv4 wwyjiti.Cujiudu,     '  mxy,g��rararOTi-,-.g  KNOW YOUR BIBLE  CAMPAIGN  In order lonncourncje �� (jinnloi' in.  lore-it In lhn Scrlptuma n nporinl  PR(:II Homo Study nihle Ohiii.o |e��  liqw ImintJ condncloil,  il-rcni'ircn mr * ���"*-'--   Complololy undenoirtlncilloiitjl  thuiiio  4 AI"'joltilo|y fi*ou,o  ��� Condtiftlod nntlrnlyby nmil  -   (No-tm0 >vl 11 en 11 * oxcirpf '**nrr*���*""""  IHl|MOfct)  4 liasod.dirncllyonlho Mil  FOR TREE LESSONS  _^App|y Don 460, Glbinnn, P,C,  Why Not pofto'ltafhru You |'oi.|oi?  kM��i,JI������^M^^��.��ftMt.,<����f.^|<|r.).nWn|WV||(||in|il):|^  009  <-*,* ���'<* 'I n*W  i y,> yl'mm,.  j'Jmm  ' ' ) i*? 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OR TWO  OTTAWA���One of tbe btjjgesl questions  in lecleial politics today has nothing  to do with the state ot tbo nation's economy, nor witb the win of Quebec m  Confederation, nor with Canada's relations with Iniviyn nations Tbo <iuP<"tioii  which has kept m.inv political advisors  awaKo ntgbls and wh-tclr could assume  (nouuiuis prnpoi linns hv the ne\t election is will Prime Minister Pieire Tnt-  doioi use im wiic in bus campaign lor  ro-eleelion,  At 23, Mat garot Trudeau could be an  enoimous political asset SIio-jr attiactive,  UiUdhgenl, cbaimmg and Ium tew public  apnea"!ances havo gone, well loi a lie-  gtnnei in the game Together she and  the Prime Ministci make the type of  stovybook couple that people cagei ly rend  aiul  gossip about  While the> au> leading and gnssipping  about tbe lovely couple at the lu'ild ol  Ihe countiy, they won't be leading ahoul  and discussing high unemployment lates,  mcieasing prices,, ,tnd a deteiioitilion nt  Cmadd'.s \ital good lelulinnslup with the  United   States -���*  Putting the Tiudean.s on toui would  prnluihly solve much ot J he l.iheud  Piiilys pioliletn of iulbng popnlanty -  and Ihe Kntv stuitegi^ts Uiuivs it The  I'lime Miiii^loi*'Knows it too and, has us  much as admitted to the press that he  could vastly .improve hia chances of reelection by turning his wife into a campaign  companion.  But the netting right now is that ^lr.  Trudeau won't taUw lus wife electioneering. It is nol the style of the man lo Juan  on somebody, else particularly his wife  ���to get  re-elected.   .  Things could change, of course. Under the pressure of a campaign, strong  statements are forgot ten as candidates  try- to   gain   political   office.  ���Mr. 'Trudeau looked bad'once before  afler he liad said hLs wife would not be  used for'Political purposes. He told newsmen this on his return from Hussia last  spring A week later lus wil'e^hmved. up  al a political function in 11.million llur  .Arrival..'was. a surprise jo the,.Prime-Mi.!!--,  isl'er-   one  he  didn'.l   like.  Mr Trudeau was raised in the traditional belief that a wife's place is iii" llie  home thai she should lend to family  mutters and lei Tier husband out inlo  the world and make liis way, is possible.  liis own .mother,, .to. whom ho is very  close, filled Ihis traditional role. Il is the  role lie has'always seen for his wife.  The J*rime Minister doesn't talk about  this, of course,, because again it would  be putting his persona) life on public  view. Instead, he has developed a simple  philosophical reasoning to explain why  he doesn't want to put liis wife pn political view.  At a press conference-recelitiy he gut  into a discussion on tjiis issue with��� news-1-  mmi and was extremely frank a ho)! I., (lis  reasoning.' TVTr. Trudeau explained t|mj in  f^W*<%4!�� a^irUi��^W<*OH''rstaijfjard  .  ArOUnA   C*lh<:r*ni: Wed*ne*-*dqy, Ocfober 13, 197!      ,T)je Pentasuta flmes Page B-5  jy"��W��WqiOT��OT��WM����<UWMUW����MUHUI����rtmW  THAT YOUR  RUGS  SHOULD  BE  CLEANED  EyCRY  2 YE&R��  20/o  UK Off.  Reg.,,Price  SUNP THIiM TO  Peninsula Cleaners  1521  GOWER POINT ROAD  qibsons :  -. 006-2200  9^t*i*��^nmmJ^mm0*mmmmi*Mm<mmmmm*0)mmmm **0tmmmmiwmm*9  TB Vett? Campaign  Sunshine Coast motorists are ye-  minded thai funds r��ceived_<Jpiiig  the annual unini au,tQ-lJpe,Hce'"t*ag  campaign of''the Tuberculous and  Chest Disabled Veterans go toward  vital research into lung (lise^se.  Newest gift from the. TB Vets *tp  UBl'\s lung function laboratory is *a  unique "���nilralyzer" diagnostic device, costing -$4000, being tested by .  (JrOm left) Dr. James W- Moi'top, T|3  Vet beard cbairiTian Williaiii iHb I}urt  and pretty Laurel Adams, 18.  political theories,-.people are supposed In  judye their leaders by Ihe policies and  laws Ihey pr-nchiee. -  "������]������������ don't want to be judged by the  length of my hair or hy whether I wear  lieads or not", he said- The Prime Minister continued he didn't want to, be  judged "by the size of my pocltetbpok  or, that my father happened to parry. And  I don'i want to be judged by whellier  my wife is a fiiee girl, or whether I am  married or not, or whether 1 have a  pleasing personality."  Instead Prime Minister said he \vanl-  "fi'd  to be judged on  "Have  we  been   a  gppd government? Could \ve have done  b<jt|er ���yv\\o\) \ye have pnty Are pur fail-  i itigs siioJi that we shottlclVnot be returned  In of fiee?" ' ' ' ��  Certainly this is the ideal basis on  wjijch/a government should ..be evaluated  by |he voters. JJoppf'ully it js tbe grounds  pn. which tbo Canadian people will judge,  : Jhis government. Iipt en|m evahiation is  '<-J soilietblng which parlies seldom encourage during elections.  .* In (be last e)(iiTtion, Mr, Trudeau him-  solf conlriliiited more to emotional choosing rather llian to rational deciBipp-nmU-  ing *,vit|i some of his campaigning, llo was  able lo shoulder Oonsorvijtive Leader  TViilteii ��tanfiold-with Ibo burden of *i>  two-niitiiins policy- which Mr, Slanl'iold  h|id never adopted, ||o gave Iho nloarhn-  piiiHsion'lliiil a i.ili'iiral govern men I would  "pul  ('online In  |j�� placo,"  Hopefully Mr, I'rudeau has ohaniH'il  oiiougbUs |Vimo'Minister Hud h�� 'will���  not grab for shorl-term politicgl advantages In tho pox| election, Hopefully |ia  will k��op his word nol to'use pin wile \o  win volos, If he iIouh turn Imr inlo u  fiiiinpiilgli companion dl will,. |m Jiml ap-  iilher hi'nki.'fi iinlilicul promise,       '     "  in Your  T^By The P!d;Hgfc��  PONTINUING from last week, sonie of  the plber ��� bulbs that have finished  fJowpripg need different treatment.'. ,Ui  store properly. Tuberous begonias gtafl  to sjow up at the slightest frost, in fact,  as -there has been a long growing season  some of, I hem shown signs of wanting to  -vest,, Jalia*ge.,-..-tiu'i"fS--.-.y6ll(nv-'--aiid-------flnvvei-s--  are smaller and' fewer. When this happens, withhold all .water. After the first  light frost cut tlie stems to six inches,  Ihis makes for easier handling, frying  to light them with the whole top attached usually means that they get broken off. The .tubers >shnn Id be lifted with  soil attached and stored in boxes in a  dry place for about a month. They can  then be cip-aned off and stored in dry  peat, sawdust or vermiculite in a temperature of around fifty degrees.  Tritonia (montbretia) corns must never be allowed to dry out,, they will  beppme so hard they will never flower  again. The old corns unlike tliose of  gladiolus, do not decay, and should be  discarded at digging time, store the new  corns in damp peat muss to keep them  from   gnipg hard. Tuberosis  require tlfe  ..same damp-- peat moss storage do ��� keep  them, from drying out. Tigridias can either be dttg when tbe foliage turns brown  '���or left till after the first light frost. They  can be stored in a frost free place lied  in bunches until lime In plant them  "gain, Achemenes, which���'��� are' usually  grown in pots have smairelongated hulh.s.1  called tubercles. Tivey caii be lefl" .in'  their pots afler the foliage bus died flown'  and loft dry, or- else (hey cai] be stored  in dry sand with any soil that -|-o��muiN  on them al p temperature uf fifty degrees, When storing bulbs,, conns and  Ulbuj-s tlie things to guard againsl aro  excessive heal niid cold draifghts dnring  fionly wunlhar,  soie seitffe  TOUCH-TYI'E   TIMEH  To boil a llu'oi.'-mliiulii egg wuh a real  problem for u blind person un  iinillan Nulloiuil Insiiliile for  hili'iidiitioil tho, touch typo inlorva'l .llnior,  Tlm ilniiir iN.r|oHign��d MHfi �� brallln clock  and" a |inll ringft whon llin I Into la up,  . 'I'ho Cn-  iho Milnd  WWHB  M^IWJ  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION RRAIMCH  140 LA.  SECHt?LT LEGION HALL  COFFEE and COOKIES  *2SSSSSESS=335SSSrS3SS2  S33S3  CANADIAN l-'piwuH' HeUciu'i Ciiordlnalion  OonU'e, Vicbil'lii, logged oile ot Us  bnsUifd Kunuiioris op record wllli nn lb'  ai'tiJimi' in iiii'crnfl, iniirliin, uiorcy iiiIhhIihi,i  illid ollmr incldeiilH thu iioiili'o iinnoiinci'il  today, , , ,     ������  Aliyrlifl hicldoiils |iicri!iiia;d IVnm .'IU'ln  'l(||"nuirln��! I'l'nii) tint) tp fiUHj ami iiii'hv  iiiIs.sIiiiin' I'l'iiin (IV to ll.'J uvnr liml yniu'H  ligui'im,  AM   lolii  (ho  roNctio coull'U  re  nrd��'l pli inVninniH in Um .Jiido-Auhiimi  paviiid niarlilnfriho lurgosi nuinber hnn-  ��||tjr| hIih-o lhn contrii's fnriiiiillnn ,|n 1 tl IV.  in iiildlUoii, tho Victoria Uohouo ling-  oi|'n I'aclliileH worn Inslriiiiionlal In saving  I H| llycN sluon ,lnn,  Im your, 'I'his 111)111-  i.-ii'oh with, iho, figum f���,: ai) (lf 1070 ���f  llll liven ifiiviid,     ,  'Hio juiiip In inarhio liinldoniM rol'loctn  ho IniiniiiHoi) (iwnorshlp of nioasurn urati  ,'"   '\*j;'-,..'l|^<:i!��i)*l   ���'!.,JW(.LcumiU��ll.llMI.-  MrtJiilMi,, noi'dnn TiikhiiII, At proMonl llicin  aru nbonl 1110,01111 r../|iHii!i'in'| l\,v, pun Iim  mil'l oKcliHllug lugu itmi ciimniin'cial von  H)'Ih, , ,       .  '  ., ,'  Ask for this booklet from our representatBvop  MR; I. A, TAGQART,  who will bo at  Sunnycro��t Mo|o|, Gibson*  9-11(30-fl,m, We^.OtPn ��0  Vlc'-i Motoi, Socho|��-  1-3 too p.m. W��d., 0��r, M   ,  If you rnqulro 0 term lonn to otorly  njotlnrn^noroxpnndyPMrhMeln^B,  vyo Invito yog to discuss youniead*  Willi our feprosonwtjyot  >  INDUSTRIAL  TPMIINANCINQ FOR CANADIAN pl|S|f|l*8*)^  flan PmumMlr (St,    '    r  VontPMver, P.C,  .......   ,   ,     , x .    ....  ��"��� )n'ii"n�� ).<mn,n 1,,����� ij in ,���nif,i.avp*.imM  WANt  TO SPREAD  A SECRET ALL  OVER TOWN?  USE AN  AD-PRIEFr  DIAL 885-9654,  ��� Mr, Advoiiltort Jhoaa  odvorllslng ��pacc�� nro  rool |)flrQqlna tor ^tiu*  Sold on controct only, for  dcMHi o��| boyf fo itnaMi  y6ur odvoitliing dollor,  .pliono 005-9654, oef< fof  A  ��������?by Marion Charman -  (ilBSONS just won't j,eem the-batrie lo a  mt of people, when Betty Gisvold is  jn)  ungor at \he shon.\vheie she has, con-  iluclfrt businoss on hei  own lor the past  I \cais or so. I\Taoy icbidouts havo en-  II \cd tiionplnij m io chat and ros| nn tlieir  uav <o ilu' r>p9l oftice Always bftehl and  ilnvrlul hni^oll, Betty wou'd lend a sym-  imlictic eip aaul a helpinu liand when foil*:  unit to her with thoir trials and trqubles,.  Mrs Uisvold, {illhouijh she has no rol-  iitivcb hero, certainly has a host ot  11 lends who ar*fpicciatc her many admtr-  .ihle qualifies She hab no deluule plans  hut. upon rearing from her More. wn\\  have more lime to enjoy her garden mid  home on AJ)b& Road and will be (roe  in yo on holidays latei on  Mis, Gisvold who at one lime lived  in Noiway foi ft years, hab dual national-  11 s   Rest 'wishes to this kind tady  HAPPY BIRTHDAY  On Ootohei Sid, Mis Cluirlotto Grant  who was, ohseiviny hei 00th hhth'day  while a pulionl in St Maiy's Hospital,  Si huh, was uiii'bl ol honm at a little  I'.niy when Mrs W Peteison and Lor-  i.uno ai lived wdb a special, cake and  loilco cups Also visitmp to give their  I"M wibhes were Mis It Lynum, Mis. B  H ilu'i and Mis W Haley who presented  Mis Giant with a lo\cly corsage trom  i-lmrch friends. Mrs. .Gr-ant wjll he 'niov-  iiit! to West haven Guosl Home at Powell  1" 1 via*.. ..." *  CHURCH NOT^S  Hev. John Cashore- of 1st United  ('lunch, Vancouver, who works among  Uu: na'ive people in Uie city, .was guest  ���speaker at the Thanksgiving Service,  Sunday mhrnipg at Gjbsons Memorial'Uti-  iii'd Cluirclv," while Rev. Jim William-  mhi is on holiday for two weeks. Miss  Ci Icen Johnson will he in eharije of the  .-crviee next  Sunday.  On Thursday, the weather, was peril r' and a vory pleasnreahle afternoon  was .enjoyed at Ihe home of Mrs. J. 1,.  Myers, when lfl Anglican Church Women, hroutfhl donations to a "Mincemeat"  n-a party. The ingredients were assembled lor .making home-made mincemeat  wineli will he featured for sale at tho  ACVV Bazaar to hu held Saturday,'Novem-  t'er   lith.     .��� .  HERE AND THERE  Several grey-haired ladies in Gihsons  aie feeling |ike inovie stars, having acep-  ieil extra pails in tlie CBCTV filming  here  A successful, rummage sale was held  al lhe Catholic Parish Hall on Friday.  There was also an auction sale with Mrs.  J.ahunte doing the honors in fine style,  keeping thii hidding lively.  Danny Botlwell is at  Yakima, Washe___  mgton where he is on as a jockey, riding  the   horses.  Mr. and ]V1rs. 'Worm BerdaW and the  latler's sister Mrs. Terry Thompson also  Wiljo Wi|'en and Edward Wiren have returned from a -hunting trip which- took  .them as far as Pink Mountain, They shot  two moose. ,' i  'Numerous*'fleer' are seen around our  district. Two be|ut1ifu| young ones .look  yery kivoJy on a certain front lawn of  an atlrnctive home on Gower Point Hoad,  wherp they have made their headqiiiil'l-  ef*s, qiule  unafraid.  Visiling nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs,  Ji. A, Swallow for a few days was the  former's hrolher, Dr. Swallow from lild-  inonlon.  Al 'he homo of Mrs. p. Shiis on Sat-  tirday uioininiis, a happy group of girls  arc pnjoyuin a-'craft and hiyiliby club, Mrs.  Sluis as.ssi.sliid hy Mrs. Kay Whipple lea-  ������Phns. Iho,girls knitting, onihroidory, crnch-  pl, nut making, etc Octopus Hubby Club  Was lhe ,1111,1111; cliosen hy thu girls. 'They ,  would |u> uliid uf any diiiinlion.s of knit-'  ting, |ioifd|i!n, wool, etc, if anyone 'lias  Mliy In spate  Minister oi Education  combats discrimination  )*i|>ll('ATlo|N   Minister   Donald' liml linn*  has   ili'neil   Killi.sli   ('nluiiililn'h   schiiol  ilrilslciiH In give' wyiinon Icneheis a [inllci'  eluuiee   for   priiliinlioii   in   llin   imIuciiIIoi)  wynloni,  The Minisl'ir-told ilelenuien allendlng  IhCHehool truslccH 'niiiviniiluu l|i Vim-,  coiivi.'r liiday ho Iiiih policed in bin travels  tlioro HouniH lo hn rolnllvoly I'ow wuiiioii  pl'h|clpi||H, x  ,"I )''niiW' lliiil ilmrn iu'm ninny highly ���  ��!OinpiMu||| woilienf IciiehoiH III lhn m'hool  nyHtoin nnd I iccinmuend to Hie imlinlii  III Um prnvliicii .Ihal Ihoy give eonsldcrii-  l.iuii Iii appointing more of ihom ns princb  |in|n of schoolM,"1 Mr. Hrnll'io'i'H mild,  . "1 hopo loo thai of lhn women pilnel-  |��aln pi'iiHtinlly biiu'hlng thai tioiim of llicin  Mil apply I'm' the olf'icn'of dlslriel miper-  illlondcul when II Is poMntl," ho mild,  "At  lhn (ji'iihciiI  Ilmu wo hnvii li'l ihii-  iiMof iinj')V!TiiiiiiTiiipntfr7iiir"iir' wiiTippiiFi)**"  lliop, Hiirnly   In  thin inuvhien  wbitro  wo  Candy HandoMts s M?I��M  Costumes - becofq(fions-CMtouts ^c>  FOIl SAFETY'S SAfCE W�� DO  NOT Sat, F^EWORKS  WE ARE HAVING A PRE-INVENTORY SALE  OF.. MANY ODDMENTS AND DISCONTINUED  LMBS  %  COMMENCING  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14t��i  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9343  3wmw��m>mniiOTwwi  1-..���. Ti"-^-r"^rnf"irnryr*inrm>iiroi>iiiinnnnBniiiiiiim^  'f*i  s-g^n*  iaii*a#g��!Wi  mm,  _   Courses now operating  10G 5CAMN6 '. ...,^.Mr. Brpiidys 886-9617  CA^EN^Y (Furniture) Mr, Weinhandle  886-9819  HOUSE CONSTRUCTION -Mr, Almond 886-9825  KEEP  FIT .  Mrs. De Los Santos  886-2907  POWER SQUADRON ^r*M*. 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''  ��� ������   Kuiifi   fliifilly   on   pn-rnnr  liuiiin,   vvlijnils.   Plni|!i   into  .     oily' Mfindonl   I 10-volt  OMllllI,.  IMTRODUCTORY  OFFER  WA.  f   'aai  J  vA,.  ic  .CilOM^W  clo|lt'fiVp)��!Hn jn  Jui.i <\ mniuhi'i,  STANDARD  IVIDDEL  HOOVER WASHER-.SPIN'DkYBR  PULSATOR  STAINLESS STEEL TUB  CIRCULATING LINT FILTER  2 SEPARATE MOTORS  -,*.  .)..<  ^A...  H  Allow*, ynu In wnsh ond i.plp diy n| lhn nciiTio 1lino,  jUKUSO'M'ATf'C  mmm.  l^ollh nw��l|y' on DO-fnor  cmlm.f pliiiji. Ip opywhorft,  FOR IWFORIVIATION mul |^|V|gDIATIE DHLIVKnY   '...'. PMQRJi  a   ���  . .'-SIMH ELECTRIC LTD J'-''.  pay ori isvtHwi^a^ mm zquz  ...   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B.aw,P^.^vyJll,..���L��i, ,��� y r., ,^l^wy^1gM^��ff^,.ll,^ija.^,pM^^ rWr, r.0Trr��*a~^#xfi<!r>&��>^!trKmimrm0^ tfw  7"' "*  7 71,  .*   ^  .'   ���  VWedneadgy, October 13M9ff  'A  -: in / '  ;.'<  rt\ii  ,' 1  ***.  *:*  JO  Acbidents remain    ,  , Hg. 1 childkiller     .������  EACH day, five children across Canada  >,dies in aopidept^���mofit of which could    t  ^have' ibejen  avoided,  In tact,  aci'idfcnt**-,  ���    our number one child-killer, cqnse vpoyp  deaths among Canadian? under 15 than  ihe top len communicable diseases combined,,  Yet while we routinely vqecipate qur, ,  children against disease, we leave the^i i  Wide   open   to   scjjlding,   poipopijpg,   spf-  >  location  and    violent    injury, Accident  trends  keep   changing    along   with   our  styip of living. Tragically more and more  youngsters   are   hint   by  equipment  cler  signed for fun and convenience^  During' the year-' ahead, pearly 2|-,000  - - Canadian children will die m apejdents.  Half a million more will be injured seri-  *"-*���etHfly enough to require treatment. In  British Columbia alone, each year- almost 10,000 youngsters under 15 spend ���  an average of a week in hospital recovering from accidental injuries. "Nearly all  accidents can be prevented," says recovering from accidental injuries, "Nearly  all accidents can be prevented,'' s^ys P, "  G. McLaren, manager of public satety  for tb,e Canada Safety Council,  Revelstoke mill gets  gov't incentive grant  TllEJION. Jean Mart-hand, Minister of  Regional -Economic Expansion, announces that Dowme Street Sawmills  Limited of "Revelstoke .would receive an  incentive under the - Regional Develop*  men't Incentives Act for an expansion- of.-"  its lumber' and wood chips mill. The  expansion will create an estimated 44  new jobs.  The incentive oi approximately  $1415,000 is-based on a ra|e ot 20-per cent  of tlie approved capital costs, estimated  ���at-$73G,000.  \  \  i  V  4    _.  \  Dispatch from the farm,����� ��� > *  b shavw hatted nags here  ���IN a tqtqlly unrehearsed cqnversnUan re-1, ba . working in thp fields wHh our i\\\-  ceptly "sqmebody   mentioned   hat**.,'fP*    hatted, hprses, and we'd pee this paragon  horses, apd I guess Wat's a topic for typ<   gQ|hy4n 3 tlwrry oi d^st, and \ noticed  aiUiquprlpps.. On the farm we didn't go    us   a   youngster   that' my ��� grandfather  - br   them,   but --city-folks  were * always    vvquld always twrn and put old Tige or  | agitated ��� "^ben. they   sqw   an   Uhhfttted    i)e\]\   whichever   was   working,   w'ith   a  1 hmse on a holiday, and I am old epqugh " gentleness  whicb   amounted  to- (saying,  to remember photographs in  the news-    ''That's not fpr us, is it?"  I papers of Iftdy pamroHteep placing a hat ^    if    a    fmjf   peddjer    hawked  -on a police horpe while tbe pffifer iW}Q ^a^nas .in the suburbs  without  a  hat  4 hebeve he was'pleased,,      ' i*    'pn hU 'horse, somebody was sure lo notify  <      It was a socially charitable thing.'to    tbe SPCA, and shortly tlie horse \yould  'do, and indicated deep feelings for the,  p^ss by looking as silly as anything.  ���  ;('dumb beast. 'H was,  like  m"W-another , L' n.*hu��.was   one   thing   which   horses  * J*jJ IV*\.   O       *���  I        V F  them, and by glpsing off the roa|r0pS^!' -J  yop cpuldworK the'hsnctie stjd ^ve]9fi,i'' ^  qnJte tt streqirv Horses liked to-bfi^&i'-B*'�����"'' ^7'  ried around in Ibis, and after 9 few^y*^**'' ''JA  they wqm1*4 h��t need to he led,      JAA'^''^'-"J  ii ".^y. ^ " y,  Whep horse? ot heavy ch'ptt were^ijb*2$<7gyjt  In the'ojci lumbering days, in the ���^P"(f|i3r^';(?7  the   hostlers   found   that   regular   J-jafhgJjA'S]  kept  them  in better  humor  pnd'Vgp.^7'77' v-  dition,           "*'   "''     *  faults.  job so  piade, TJie lank, sizable, was tilled ^ith"  water heated on a great-wood fire, ''jaiiri^; '^\'}3  thp steam would rise and freeze into/Jet^ 7?^*;7  icicles   on- the  split-cedar   roof.   A^pw^"'7V  '���,v. ,1  /  %  s dope wnijouv t it neve(. j)SC| nie publicity given the hats, those  who had  experienced -this   iMSjiii'ji',^!^^,'  tamly the fake , iyj1(J^  W{JS  a  ^^   f d0 not  recall  any used  to  wade in,  splash   around,   b|9Wi7v<"V')  airishes   which,   pnpt^gruphs of cultured city horse lovers and show all the enthusiasm of a hHnehV'"V^v/*  hing to do with    administering  ablusions  to  a. draphorse oL lioys in the ol' swimmiiV hole. HttfaV '^J\J  is*.., iv>��l /\��n      nthn      I   1.       > all ,1        . 1 w        . .     .       1 . . -.    1 . ''U1    I.   ,< ..."  '.ascribing of human sensitivities to lesser ,'themselves did like, apd told us so, and horse had  fo be fajoyed soniewhat..^\ltV<*r'  ; forms, a thing which was done without ��� ������* ��� i*-*-* ,i**. ,v.,i,ii���,t���  ����� ��i,��� u..,..     ,,  ....... i...j*>��� :������ 1   ���,.:..  i.:.:.il"'.>> ,., 5  ' consulting the horse,  Certainly  flowers    and    festive    flour  adorned such hats had nothing to do with    ^dm|in4ei'ing~ ablusions  to" a   draphorse    ot'"hoys"in"the"ol'"swimiriiiV hole.  comfort, because practical teamsters wqp ' "' *   *  dec  beta  ai  buttons  ladies' fashions, not from equine styles.      sorne of thern 01.nate in architecture. And  on the farm it was the tegular thing to  bring a pail of water and a' sponge and  slosh the horse up and down ~ for which  jhp would stand qqitely and thus indicate  w  New immigration from Saskatchewan  in 10J2 swelled the size of the_Douk-  liober colony in the Kootenays to 5,000  members and the province welcomed  tliem with open aims,  "Vesuvius Bay on Salt Spring Island  perpetuates the name of HM Vesuvius,  a paddle sloop of 976 tons which was  in sei vice against Russia in the Black Sea  1854-5(5.  Edward Gawler Prior  Like Jancte,�� Dunsmuir, his successor  as premier of British Columbia, Edward Gawler Prior, also served as  Lieutenant-Governor. He represented  Victoria in4he provincial legislature  twice���between July ?, 1886, and  January, 1888, and between March  10, 1902, .and June 1, 1903, In between,  from 1888 to 1901, he represented Vic-  - toria in the House'of Commons, serv  England, on May 21/1853, he arrived  in British Columbia on December 9,  1873, and was a mining engineer and  businessman Living in Victoria. He  was  appointed- Lieutenant-Governor * lem, but it all goes to show  of the province onJ3e��emljej 9U1919,        ^'    c         *  and died in that office on December  12, 1920.  The S'PCA, as regards old-time horses,  was not infallible Out thiough the coun-  tiyside they used lo place pails op bridges, so passing teamsteis could water  their horses.' These pails were fastened  by a chain with a padlock to the rail of  the bridge, thus to frustrate stealing, anc|  there was just chain enough to leach  the  water  below.  But the SPCA didn't always allow for  summer dry spells, and if tile biook  dropped the device was useless. Not only  that, but they seldom allowed for thte  ehoonk manipulation necessary to till a  dangling pail with water. Any seafarer  Knows that you can't just let down a pail.  You have to drop it bottom' up, to it  clioopks apd fillb The SPCA, -ovei the  yeais, spent a gieat.deal of money providing buckets on budges, bul while you  Lould lead the horse to water you  louldu't get him a dunk. True, most  teamsters earned their own pails, hanging on a bunkstake, so there was no prob-  his  approval,  Some  of  the  old   castiron  dooryard  pumps  had a squirt-faucet orT  as routine, as payday. But, to  I doubt if any hoise in our woods  wore  a hat,  or ever  will.  Well,  for pt]fi\7��7r  tiling,   if   the   city   Jiorse   was   proteqtgd7'7 7?  from    the    hot    sun, 'a    timber    toi}ti|"7J';'v.,i  team should-have something opposite Vs, ?*) Jj  warm,  like beaver'.  AV **���  Madeira Park Highlight'.  ' Jx>'<- >�����  A"rJJ.  %Ma  ~^'JJJJ.  ing as Comtroller of Inland Revenue  from December; 1895 to July, 1896,  in the administration of both Sir Mackenzie Bovvell and Sir "Charles Tup-  per. Born in Dallaghgill, Yorkshire,  FREE  MAILING PRIVILEGES  Canada was the fust country in the  world to setup f\ee mailing pi ivileges for  blind in 1898 Since then, thousands of  books, fust in biaille,, then on records,  now on tape, are earned free each year  by the mailmen.  Oui farm nags never wore hats. The  only one I ever saw in this rural section  . wdi on a loader kept by a businessman  111 the village This was a society hoi be,  fort of, and had a docked tail bo he could  "no longer swish the'flies, and he always  tdined his head extia high because of an  txtia short cheukrem���not the kindest  harness. Bul thus mistieated, and you  ian call it that, he always woie,a stylish  bonnet with pompons and bows. We'd  7-  IJOUSE games are in operation  with a  veiy close point system in seouug.  House 111 is ahead wilh 7 points, House  I is second with (i points; House II has  4 points and House IV has 3 points.  Theie has been quite a good turnout foi  all house games so lar  The girls' volleyball team has been  practising' during noon hours and any  other spaie time they can arrange in  pieparation for their fust game against  the Sechelt Elemental y girls' team who  will be visiting our school on Thursday,  October 14 A. ieturn game of basketball  will be played duimg the following week  The grade VI and grade VII students  visit the High School on Tuesdays, Wedn-  esdayb and Thursdays foi, baslcetliall and  volleyball piactices Mr Tiennan coaches  the sludentb when they visit the H+g��-~-  School.  On     Wednesday,     October    (ithr  the  s   ���by David Hy<t|f yy ��%  School Band started Mi Tainoff is leafey.'* 77  mg tpe boys and guls dining tlie'alle^^-V*";//*  noon  period ****>��,77,  ,0'r v      .,; 1 ��  f We have a new leachu at oui sclippj ^ ' ���,.;  tor Ihe Grade VJ class Her name is l\$sj(/v^7'  Davidson and she has taken Mib -Lau'c^g ,7 J J  p'ace ;7X7. *���  This is a $3 SPOll  (l-ebs when on contract)' '".  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes (over 9,000 people)  each week It's die mos>t economical way fc|  reach more Sunbhine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced    in   this  'Qrea,'  The Times  Phone, 885-9654  '7,  ��. '"  r, t'


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