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The Peninsula Times Nov 10, 1971

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 T*  li11*'        Li***   -  P0T0A. ptoSect 0 . ���  ffeats Canadian Q^aphic  yaiicouvar l.Q- B  fnd'ustrieq  Service  Reqlstfflfjop No, J M?  4t\d Ques /viail,  COMMISSION on the Public's Rple in    attitude? and concern* ef\aU',citizen? Ho  ward public education, *wd to assess the'  kinds of involvement in education that  peopJe desire todays  Regional Commissioned, have bepj)  appointed in 2P B.C, Communities where  bearings will be held. None ot them are ,.  close to the Seobelt School Distriqt, however it is expected that move regional  ooniWtee-- will be set up, possibly %c--  cording to 'interest aroused.  All P-C. citizens and groups are being inv,ited to make written and verbal  sijbmisfsion to tjie Commission. Informatics can be had from the secretary, Commission on- the Public's Roje in JSduca? ���-  tion.  Bo*  700, Victoria, B.C.  Deadline for submissions is mid-December  1971- ���      ��� _r  }><?rvlnp tho Sunshine Coostf (Ho\v*$ Sgpnd to Jervis (n(e'), ifncludipg Ppr| Mellpn; Hopklnss Lopcjing, firanfhcims Uanding, Gibson"; Roberts Creaky  Wilson Creek/Selmq PqrK< Sechelt, HnifmQQn Pay, .Secret Cove; Pender Hqrjfour. Modsjrq Pafk, Klejnda|pt Iryine's l-gndi'ng. Earl Cqve, Egmont  Union <��&**"  label  Thi$ Issue 12 Peggs r  Education did not spark too much  enthusiasm- from trustees" *** Hie October  aatb meeting of the School Board,  _ -,T|ie mattei was left in abeyance when  thete was not imreh. response to chairman  SlieiJa li|tson's query as to whether the  Board wished to submit a brief to the  Cgmmi^ion. Trustee Bill Ninrnro said he  does pot iVave too'much interest in Commissions, "they make a report and don't  do anything about it," he "said.  The Commission on the Public's Role  in Education was estahjislied by llie B.C.  Parent^Teacher Federation earlier this  year and has the financial backing of  the Federation, the Minister of Education, and the Educational Research Institute of B,C,  Task of the CPRE will be to uncover  LARGEST CIRCgiATIfrN OP ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.      Volume 8/Np. 50: WEDNESDAY,flOVjMPER 1Q4 <7\  \ ���  -\  I  Recreation project \ . *  * c  i'tii,.'7'  ^-^rm'.'-vs"-'-  s~*  c  7  y*%  AT LAST regular meeting of the Sunshine Coast Regional Board, directors adopted a resolution requesting the function of "acquisition of land for public  use" thus paving the. way fpr establislx-  ment of a recreation centre, if approved  by the voters at a latei; date-.*  Tlie function will include the sijc participating Electoral Areas, among which,  net costs will be apportioned on the  basis of assessment" which May be ta^ed  for the current year for school purppses,  excluding property that is taxable for  schooil  purposes only by special Act.'  Anual net cost shall ��not exceed the  product of a levy one twentieth'of ,on^  mill, on the net taxable values pf land and  improvements for school purposes, excluding those properties taxable for schpol  purposes only by special Act, '  Once appioved by Victoria, the Boaid  wild be in a position to formaly acquiie  PL 1500, some ,130 acres of Crown land  adjacent to lhe Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club. This, in turn, miglit then,  bo turned oyer Jo, t���Ue Recreation Committee for development of the proposed  Centre, II Would be, still under control of  the"Boartrai*d would have to be operated  as a, non-profit making organization.  ;  Reporting on a meeting between tjie  Board's Finance; Committee and membeis  of lhe Recreation Committee, Director  Frank West stated tliat his cpmmiUe&bad  recommended a somewhat less ambitious  project. As a consequence the original  plana were scajed, clown tp *$40R,pQQ approximately , .hn.l.f the Pl'igiOWl .H.WCl^'Jl'  This; will "be? for the first, of '���* nw'mber, of  stages of development.  Based on that amount, annual capital  service' installments would require about  $45,000. A further stum of about $45,000  at least for a fpw years, would be nccps?  snry 'p payer tbo annual 'deficit, This is  based mi a very "rough estimate,  Providing tliat all electoral areas and  member' miiuicipalilies would participate  in Ihu scheme and taking present assessment valilosi into consideration, cost to the  taxpayer would be about 3 mills.  West's report indicated lluil._t.hi"' Hcu-  ruation Committee bap, to dftloj spent between $4,000 and $4,500 in Investigating  the feasibility of a centre and preparing  plans, Further, a pro-construction operati  lug budget claims that once the centre  is fully established, t|io annual subsidy lo  make up for deficits should not exceed  $ 10,001), lo $20,000, T|i|h, suggests the fin,  niH'ii conimlUoo, would billy In? ���achieved  aftor oporulipiiH of ,\ number of years,  During iho <lnilinl period, anjumual dof-  ��� ..lull, of a considerably higher amount bus  ' to lie htidguttcd for, t . '  Considering Ibo largo amount ���of work  pill Inlo tlio proposed piojeiff. by l|��o Hn.  cmallon, CmnmltUm aiid apparent "\vlde-,  spread support" llnr Finance Committee  fools Uiu mul lor nlmuld hn mihniil loci lo  Iho laxpuyorii for lliuiv vlownj in (Ium  course,  Also; 11 I'lirtbor inenllni*; luilwoon  Hourd ninmbni'M, lUmriintlnn ConunllUHi  iiliould bii'Huliodukifl nl wbb'b ilmu nket-  clien and drnwiiiftn mlRlit bo Innpoqlad by  ii|l rllrini'lni'H, iind quONtioiiH linked, A '-W".  1 vl��)W"ii)l||lilibeii bo*mndo ailfl recoinmon-  diiliunn nindo hy llm Ikmrd In huhhIoii Oh   - In limil iiiuIIiijiIh of lukiliH Ibo plublnullii,  , Dlrnclnrti wllil liuvii In diirldn wluilhor llm  volo Hbniild, bn inkui'i nri.iin ovni"(ill' vol"  r<H|iilrlu/< 11 III) pur i'!��i||l, nppriivnl nr.wlll'-  llitii' volmi hIkhiM bu luHmi unui by ii|'iii,i  wllh Um i'iiiiihiII" ul' inoinliyr niunlolpnl  might be covered by flooring to be used  for any hall-sports such as roller skating,  etc. or as a hall seating about 500 people:  Sliding walls wouid allow for smailler  rooms to be partitioned off. The auditorium is; planned to have a seating capacity  of 200,        "       ���:'���.:   -y. ���       >  The $460,000 cost will qpyer. construp^  tion nf the complex,'fu'rhisliing^ arid some  equipment, togetliei with roads, parking  aiea and trails  rur.' ��  "--���"-"    ������'  ���*n"***^  ���  f- 0  '��  . 1  ���-*.~    *     *  *i  Changing Landscape  Most of the waiter, foreground, was  land about sevep feet above tide  mark until last Thursday morning  when between the hours of seven and  nine a m. the waters opened up and  swallowed it up. One summer l}6me  on the Thormanby Island retreat  was submerged up to the roqf, another iotters on the brink and adjacent homes are too close to water-  fi'ont for comfort No explanation has  yet been discovered for the disaster.  "Trife CENOTAPH flag ijvSecheH'was ^t  'half-m-ast ljist week tQ hemor tbe mem-.  - qry of Mr' Joe Qregsqn, ninety-five jcear.  pld vetgvan of the Boer \y*��|r.  It was fitting that veterans-of feter   wars acted as bearers ��t tbe funeral  ser^eTielfrnrSt. Hilda's Churgh on Frir ' *"  qjay, November 5th. Rev. Dennfs Popple  assisted by Canon Akip Qreene conducted  tbe service. Canon G,r e e n e w}io ahad  Ifnown' "Joe" since 1919 spoke of his  many qualities and love ot children.'  Old friends from Cortez Island where  Pr. Gregson had lived for mapy" years, ,*  ��� Render, Hafboqr, Vancouver and neigb-  "bors trpm Qreene Cpurt helped fill the   o  church, to honor thp memoiy of a pioneer  gept-leman. -Also . present " \ypre "young  'triends he had known from infancyil_the t .  ,��� Swans^ a"hd Paetkaqs.  Athletic Association  seeks cftange ot name  AT THE UaSTgeneral meeting of the. Gib-    *  sons Athletic Asociation an averwhe]/-  ming majority of members  voted for $,<,  change   of  name.   Because  memberships  and   programs   coyer   Qibspns   and   gur-  rpunding districts, it'was feit the present ���  "name is top limited, in many respects.  If you hgve apy suggestions fpr a  new name, please pop tact any member of  piir -executivesWPW'it^7q. Gibsons' A*th=  ietic Assn;, -Spx 604, fifibsqns, ^*C. before  November 15,*--     7  A new name will npt.in any way  change the status oft present memberships.'  TJlis change is���> to dp wbiit our' member^  ship jias,;. requested;- ��P let's hear your  -suggestions!  Charge denied . . . v    fc  Remanded on $300 bail  pending hit & run trial  Unexplained Disaster  I^ocal' J'osidenls were at a loss, to  explain tho sudden dispppeartijiee  into the, oQeaivof sneji.q Jarce poi'tlen  of real estate from Thorn>tt|i^y Jslapd  last Thursday morning, One home  floats almost to the i'oo( and another  APPHJAlilNQ befqie Jud(|e Chailes Mit-  *- telbteadt (last" Wednesday rtpveinbpr  3i d, Robeil A* Mmpliy of tbe Sechelt  iite*i enteied a plea of guilty to a chaigg  ol common assault but ejenje^ a sepond  cbaigeof bit and run mvoiyini* an m.ci-  dpn7ai Pender H?"rbpur.     ,  Regarding llie assault agaiiist bis copl^  pion-law wife* Murphy said he had never  struck   bpr  before  bqt on  tills  occasion'  .bad arrived home to"find his belonging's  all  put  outside   the, bouse,   "Sbe   tli'rew:  me qui of my ciwp house and struck me,  i simply hit her back in order tp make  clear the fact sjie could not throw me out  of my owif home",'be said,,      ';  A police officer told (he"court he bad"  received a qpmplaint in couuept'ibn with  tlio assault, Close to the name time he was  called to investigate an incident involving  bit and run at Pender Harbour and subsequently arrested Murphy foi" the offence, Jt was alleged that Murphy bad  'I'^yd summer, homos��� on Thormanby. Js-  ' ���' !|und wreol-od last Thursday morning  wljoii a largo areu of waterfront propjarty  , disilpp'o'lVed  Into  (lie ocean  for  iltT apr  ' pwiilf reimon, I3olh linmoH wore pot bf|��lt;  fioi*ilb"twenty or fin feet from tbo water  line, find Wore iioveral foot aboyo;' wHteiv  inarl". liVirlunaloly both hnmoH< woro im-*  rtcciipKid at Um tlmo and na lh�� properly  ii||npodl!)ln I lie tipn, one homo became  tiublbbrgod lo l|io roof and Ibo olhor tot-  tured uvnr, part Hllllnu Innd and part  ii(ibinornod,  li'rcinl'igu prrtpfli'ly of llio two Ikhiich  now l|on on Ihu .'oaoui, bud.nl'fc depth ''of  iiwuiiiy' foot. close in Hhnro and dropping  (iff lb Hlxty foot, ll wnn hn tbougb a hujio  ' nnvoV|ioiifl' hnln opiinod1 up and Hwn'llowid  a greal chunk nf Inml, Tlmo war* believed  id b" bctwe'oii 7 am iiik| l> am, ,   ,  ,  Carnlnlmr I-liiliiiKiuio^l liifnr lie had  flliUK.iml lliruugb llm Idichon window of  Hln iiwn Iiniini nml Huddunly roiUly.ud Uuil  IhuJifumuif hlfi .nolgbbor, Mr, Hun (Mow*  lu'l; of Vniu'iouviir, wiih nt nn anulo, A  lent of tlio situathni  wa��  realized,  and  thoughts ,turned to "clearing up and sal--,  vaglnfi where ponsiblo, ,   '  |lofqro , louvihg the homo" owfioi'ii lo  Iheir cJioreH( ;ibo ''Cle'gmur" lortlc n'ficries'  of doplli recnrdlngs up lo wilhin Mow  '|'ii(il of Uio now boacli-lino, Whore Ui"  1^01)01110*" onofl stood Hovon I'Pnl iibuvo  water nuirk llio water wan now at a  doplb of !iQ fufit, Jf'urlhoi'a out where rec-  reiiUoijinl land oiicp rea<'ljef| Iho wa'lor  odgo, depth of walor ndw Hlnndu id (it)  fH0t,a  , JloiiHoiiH I'or Uio Hulmldontiii"mv mv  Knowjv but. threii mm:o;da,vn aiul it muild  linvu bepn* VAi})ohHk��V" ' '  hadly smashod ap sUJl clings to Iho siruck another vehicle with -hip own and  hank. End), homo previously had a had''driven on without slopping to offer  laj't'o'oxpaaso of land hotwoen'Hand a^lilanco or give bis name and address,  tho \valor'fi tKli��o,        >��� lyiiu'phy told tho crmrt he eould not  ***  "I '. -1"'"' "'" -���-�������������-���-.�� a ����� . a      . '- '     ��� a ' a -���    ... a  a      .       -7  Sechelt project* . * ,   x. ��� a  on  opces issue  Odii progrdm  .COUNCIL of Houhnll, lit U')o ||)ii|ii|'on<)p , JfiiHt wcoH'a reply wiih received from llin  of ..Aldernuin lion  l^aiig,  Is  w'|nl|nR   office of ||fo' J'rimo MtniHtPP noKiuiwloilu-,  "MO'iihn" In'iivnlling HhpII1 of tl)<) j'eoenjl.V, "\\.H Um lulliirund Mating ihnl. enmnumlH  . .     . .,       .  . , waH n ���, , ..  Illim liiillriillnn |iiiiMlil|>nl)im o!;<otli(!i:wl��b.,-t:|P|ii"r^  "^ !"�� TM^iTvl'i'i��mf TliTit uiider iim Inllur, Jnt'lmr hoiiui wnn, no liiiinnr llnifu, Cunuir  mIihiiIiI a mii|urll.v of Anmii njiiirnvu, o'ohIh ,'l,bn||nu of nnullior liuiiiiti, Jiml nonrhig  ut Hm priijii'nl "wonId full on Hucli.iippruv^ qiih*plolli*n( hIiiiiiIh <iii Uiu very culini ot llio  inn nreim only, '���',''  Dale lur |i|ublni'lUi Iiiih been miuHi^led  by llio Hiicrniilliiii Oiinunllli'ii Innlallvoly  lii t'eliriinry, Ihlit, luiwovnr, Ih n mullor fur  iho Mould lu iluiorinlno,.  huvo boon noted nnd will' be fllvpn;,full  cbiifiidorntinn.   ' 7 ,   '  ���fimnAnv  i  Aid, l.nnii lupiirlod Unit vViii'l' im |h�� lo.Mor lioino, wo know Iip watt Hoi,il|im inin  liiibllt! libi'nry 'lillorlor In no*u*ini< >ioni|jlor ll����> ciuiipiiH rnutiuoi Ju cloning, be- *ia|d,  l|iin,N��w fllllnilH have l����ni�� InMnlicd and "vyrilu often, uvou if H'h imly mfow doj.  ��"iM"V��V .iri'mTo "n��Vr iuNrih^Viikiv' ,��UH|>l'��y iM.Wiiutn hMlli whiuh will hu mh^J Iih-h.' ,,   ,���' ���       '  1 "Uriels v  ���  (iruiiroir bul poNifMio-pmhlmii priivldliin  Iboru Ih no furllier imbHldoncn,  Mr, ilnrlt Moi'dor of IJiiiHiiuiuiir Mnrlnn  llomirl, ��it Hooriit Onve, wnn nut early  liVbluy mornlnit wli|t bin clinrlur vouhii)  "(llcisninr" in'lnuiHpor! n iiuuilmr nf huiii-  ��n��r*-h'oai<i'*owirpi'fi''..lo"lhn hlmhh Amonjl  STA  ���,������,,,,,,.      ,    'lluini wore Iho mvu��urHnf (|m two riling  HlniU! one,.cHlimiibMl nl |'lil",om Ih rim-   \mml jy|��-. linn Hlownrt and Mr,, am  '   oil In dnvnli'pniiii'l nl ,111 '     '  irii'ii'ii in iiiiviiiii|)inniii ui ,iii In 'id nori.H  Immrdlnloly iidjmiont hi Iho nolf imiui'ho,  Knuiiilniliir nf Um 1,'KI ncrmi will roinnln  unlniiclKHl nl lliln limn, C'liiiHlruitUun-will  Incliido mi I''" iiinnii, nudlliirlum mid ml-  inluiHlmllvn .biilMiiiH wllh IUli'ln'1) nud  iillier fiii'lllllni/AlHii |i|ii^|i|i'i| will bo pill'  Mr��, Jhirvey A'llou,  ("���imP'iih iillultml nnd imnui nxc|iunio��i  lirovniludiiH Ihu mr|n|Min nron riinm inlo  vlnw, I'niiliuni ol' vcrnndnh and mltu-'ul?'  hiiiciiii/i plitcoH uf |iru|mr|y Worn ilr)l'Un/|  witli lb" idle, ii jimmi'iil cry I'min ami,  ninii,ili(ir uf Um* iliuup an a niillliuiil, wim  niuiouiicod   Kudiiriil-Proviiiplal   Mnplny  rnont I*oaiiH Prugrnni,.   ',  '  In proHonllnii nldennon ' will) huliyl-!,  dual iioploH di' llio prngi'iini, o|(.)r|( Tw\'.  Hnynor ndvlHiid thnl lli'> d'llailn bo; wall,  Hludiod liofnre any ilmi|n|imii bo niiidu, ,llu  uKplalnod llial biiHlvally II wnMljl foom Ihp'  Hi'hoi'no '       projuii  . , ..AId,..|4Uig  rlly ho "I linvn nlroii(lyi,rtludle(| r\, ijo\.y   ri|,j;;cT|pN  of l|in,|u'(i/|rnin iiniT llrmi<miH lumoUloro' "7 M|1 \ui.i. 'Mllvlr(l 'WI1H ������m)iniii<('luiurn-  Ih uu ronm.ii wliy w<> Hboiild nul <|iul|ify    ' .Mi, ,lmii�� Miiyilo wiih npii.iminii.ioiiiin.  wllh llio propouuii* vlljium iifl'iciiH'iDUiiib  hIiiii1', Im mlded, Hu iinr����*1 Uuil momlior'H  i|fa iiuiuuil nl)ii|i|il mnlui n ciii'-iful hludy  nf llm M!|)iuii(! Imi iiiuviid lhn) |n tho  inoiuillnm llm ����lork wrllo off for lhn nno-  UKHnry iippliciilinii I'orniH "uvnn, if \vo  <jn nol pmliclpiibi llmrn7h no harm ip  Hulling Um forinn", It" nddod,  , , 0|' |inr||nnlnr I'nlnr****"! Ih llm I'mit iluit  Um Imm plan i'<inlnlnH,ii,'/(>% fni'ijIvmuiHH  ��i|nurio, nn InliorfciwlH w|��|uh (uiuld, in  wffiuil, nmounl in n /.iriiiil lo llm villain  pnter'a pica'tP'UWs'^ha"r^e for lie jiacfnnt  jllt^iinyoiie aijcl neither liad atiyphe hit  liis vc'ucle.  Judge Mittojsteadl said he woiifd reserve' judgement on lhe first offence and  leinandecj the accused for two weeks on  the bit and run charge,  Police phjected to bail'on grounds thai  Mw'Pby is not a permanent resident and  inpves arpund considerably. Bail was,  however, set;at .ftSOO.  Ricli'arpl Radvn^Hi pf West Sechelt  oplpred a ''guilty" p|c-| to a charge of  impaired driving: \lo was charged following'a motor Yehicle aecidenl October  fil'h. when bis auto left the highway at'  Wost Sechelt, I3reathalyi*er showed a  reading of .23, He, was fined $350 and his  driyers ljceiice su-jpepded for one month,  ,. Brad}ey West, aged. 20, of Halfmoon  Bay" also entered '7''guilly" plea to a  charge of driving yit|ipul insut'anco  coverage, He top was ciipcj'ed* as tbe result of n motpr vobj^lo acpjdenl, He was  fined pDll,  Y,  , Four juveniles, all frpm tbo lower  mainland, received p'ropfifioii scnlonces  followinb' thoir arrest'fpr a number of  bleak and,qn|ry offeikps involving ,u  siore, und a Kummor homes tit llcdrnofftj  and (ho Huby 1-fMko 'ar^as.  Two of ,|)|p Juveniles 'wore eluirgcd  Wi|b pffoiiccs invplvbig twelve propertiPS  and Iwo with Ihreq offences oac)i,In jpost  cases ihey had created considorab|o dam-  ngb in Um bpines, Flick extinguishers hud  boon spt off, fiopr iicallored.oyer furaiKh-  lugs oio, Thoy hnd wtim into the area  oil .Tuesday of Just vvee|i and wore npprp-  Jiended TburHday, All iiro on judofhiito  periods of probation,  Our sun seemed; very-ymi ng whop ho  wop! uway lo college, but aftor hit** thin  limr. iii'aii.i. ioiiil/i| iiiiii iinilii, nl. vMcluiifi,,��� ii pi��,||.,uil uiubiumntiil���'iMinUinr rwnrra'if;  "woA"   ;;,; * * ���"   ��� " "��� "���" *���'���������'������ ��� ���,--  The iiiTiin In ciU'liuijicil nu n inulllple  purpunn    fncillly    Willi    lec-rllllt    Wllli'll  WeaSToL  Poppy  i,lmok nl. llm night nf n |iii/i�� Ju/j wliirli hml  I'liU'ceil   Uh��  piul-hiibnmri;e(|    bunio    nf  which Um from wall liml hoiin I'lhunh-'d  nut, Onn !"hM**ni uf n liniim not ul'l'imitul  by' llm iliHiinlnr imld Im Imimd publicity  ^���mU<f-not'-ntf*^"'r��ttinr*'0'rTnniiira|'ii|i['''pi'it-'  purliiwV,AnoUmr JnlUn^ly MMiti*;MHled Uuil'  plduroH Im imnnlHod on ("oiidllliiu wn,  nmnllon tlm fuel Ihul'nil iluniiUnns, will  bn grnlel'ully rocolvod. '  ,|()i!uliuHy,  Imwovnr, soon  lurimd  In  a in I imi' iimin imrluUM uutjook an true ex-1  .! (JiinMoiiMim uf opinion Ih Ihlii only a,  ,���d(i||rnvt*��| pori|op poukl buvu b��up iTHpnni"  lliln', I'ur Um "tieiipimililo, imi nf ,inm.*rU'Wf i  n vimiv blndo In ,��u} apple wblol) l)o luuul"  ml nut lo i\ '(Hmihnll. younnnlor up |lul-;  . lowcmi niglu, ivijlimmo jnvnHliunllnn Uio  -JricJrtont,'-,' ���-"��� '"'' "  PIRS1" MMtING  ,'i ��� irh'Hl  ni^iilnr' iiioullnn of tlm Pondor  llnrlmiir! ^'inlul' ��� :a|||/.i>n'H   Ahhi��hI��iIIou,  Jlrnncli (l|), Ih, m'liiidulnd for Mnndny No- ���������.,,,  vmiilmr iblli In Um Mmlelrn Pari* li��nlun i nl, jipiiroxlnmli'ly mioihlrd ni   pniJ��iot  Hull, Aijynim ii��"IUni{ moinlmri'lilp plmum   ciiiiliu'l Mm, .lolpi 'Dnhnolly at1 HII'I'SHHI'I,*,  it's orFICIAIJ _w-_^-~��� 'J~*   "'"ni-nrffmr    vlilniio; nliiuniuin,   Morgnu  Tliunipndii, |ittH iifflcliilli' luinouiiccd bin  intoiiUuii jd| Hunk nfi'lt'n'joi nldornmn on  Hoi'lmlt V(l||i|**o Ciiuniill, Tlirrn mmlii Im-  I'niim iivnllnnlo but so fnr im ullmr iiiiiuoh  Iini'li.i'num furwma, ���    -  CONSTRUCTION  lloglonnl buildlnu hiH|mclur'H rupurl  for Ontnlmr 11)71 nIkiwh a Inlni of ail p'jr-  rnllH Imsmcd tn n vahm nt fJUl.'JOO iih coni'  pnred In HI pormlln to n viiluu of |1��(),<H)0  In Outobor ifiyi}.1  OIIHI,  '    Furilu'r m lliln Ih Um Uuil Ihnl iniirli  ill  Uiu iirupiiHCil iiflii'u cMiiin'ilo|i will Im  Dig (iffliifir Tor ||in" upuuiiibty pIoiiIIiiuh,  Do |s ii Iho MuUinii/.eil tu appoint IiIh own  dopiily iiiiiJ,, pull ulorlm, i  : Ii)|(hi|iuii Ih sclmdulnil (or fSalnrdny  O.u'ninhor Hib irnni' II nm in ll pm in  ijm l-Jiir'mlt JJ<i|j|uiiJ.Ja|l,   3peciaririer bus  for Arts exhibition  HUNHHINI'i cninit.Arls Cuuhcir in nmunt-  lug iiiDliiii'lnriHl hnn fur Hnlurdny, Nn-  viiinlmr ��V In Inlm Uiohm wIhIiIuh In nl��  ii(l.,tliu��,Wi!iil(;ra~Ai;i..-UlrMlu,.|ii��ibiblUmi-  niwupbut.;by-pi|if|,|o��n���rr,i��rirproh/ijlmi ~()|' |*.*;, PuinUiiiiii in Vaimouvn",  hriumlmii,  ,, over a peiim| uf,  ���jenpilit front l|ifi��<i w  I linn, pay nff llm Imlnib'u, Hum priivjiUim ,  Hm vlllilim vvith n uiuulnipnl complox nf  nu i'mit In Incnl liispnyoiH,  PHOTKBT  JiuiiTnril will) iimihI inuiiii'ipnliilim, fin-  I'lmll nlddrnion priivlntiHly nuivod In iiup-  purl a lol tor from ("inumll uf Now Wiml-  mlnNJnr to Prime' Mlnlnlor Pinrrn lOlllot  Trudo|iu proloHlloH n CummHIoH rueom*  iiu)ii<lnl|oii  Hint iiiiiiljimim Im Jo|{nll/��iil,  AU Ihoim lnlo|c��lcd In* f"oiii|?, rtloum  uupHuM Miu'Dur'nonn Dini'mr, n! 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ZT^'fA  "' ^ ---,--'' , .   * 'i   'A" J ' ' ' ' >��� \    '   * ���"'   ; .  ^^A"2 Th�� Penlnaula Tme*    Wednesday, November 10, 1971  *~~r-  Jm 7%v:  -   -   �� "' '  I may bi wrong, but I-shall not be so <*���**& #s tojail to say what I believe Ja be right?  ���   '    .,   ���                                             -  '   .                            ���John AtwnI  ^     . -        . DoueusL G. Whbblbr, Editor    Cause  For Mero��inliFpiie��  * i  EACH year as Remembrance Pay rolls  ���    % afound, there are less anci less-who  can remember. It has been 26 years since  'the end of the last great wjuyaricl many  Canadians cannot lemember. Nlirny have  no desire to remember and m them, remembrancers'just-iFlot of flag waving.  I would like to pause for a moment  and think hack-4o the prospects which  thc graduating class in 1940 had to look  forward to.  They turned oft the BBC news-each  day to see if England survived the night.  At that time Europe was, over-run by  the Na?is and over J 00 million people  sank into slavery.  .They had a choice, fight or join  Europe" in slavery. Over ^.(Klf-J-eyjiadi-,  '���'nns made that 'choice and gave tlieir  lives for it. Very basically it involved the  dignity of man and the- freedom . of  choicer< *'?-:'-">;'~*~--y **������������. ���-��� " *"..*"  "FREEDOM."  Today jnahy.people th ink of freedom  as a headlong flight from responsibility,  They  keep  demanding  more  freedom,  takiflg everything out of our system, hut  putting nothing into it7  freedom does not give 'anyone the  right to call another a pig. Freedom  should not mean being a "selMndulgent  libertine,  So rememberance can remind- you  of the need to develop a sense of responsibility," To seek    changes    without  destroying the system. .  It should remind yoii that you have  inherited a rich at]d he/mtiful country.  Use jl to help mankind, to promote  peace and understanding and above all  the dignity of man everywhere,--.   -  This is what Rememberance is about.  Tlie Canadians who died believed in a  better future. It's up to yon \'6 Work foi  this future.  During Remembrance Week and especially on Remembrance Day, think  about what you are contributing to this  future and be thankful for the freedom  to think and the fieedom to choose.  In doing so, you will have .remembered!   l^ESEJTE7Ay4rld-\vide--protes^TTnd~the  views, of many scientists ��� regarding  possible dangerous consequence"), the  American vvar lofd, President Nixon,  saw fit to explode within the bowels of  the earth a bomb of greater power than  any yet discharged in our world.  Magnitude-of-'this-totally  unneces-  ���""sary fireworks display was such that any  one of a number pf disastrous,events  could have resulted. Tidal waves, earthquakes, radiation and various other.acute  hazards to human life were quite obviously Of little concern to Nixon and his  _advisers for,, after all-���what, right does  the rest of the world have .to question  ��� such well informed experts?  Apart from the professional, placard  ^bearers, radicals and  leftists who with  tremendous fervor protest nuclear testing by the western powers but turn a  blind eye to tho.se of the red taskmasters, very many responsible people have  loudly protested the Amchitka exercise.  Here  at home, provincial governments  together with the  federal    government  .-have-voiced concern  but  to no avail.  Richard--the messiah  had  decreed  the  large bul fill tile blast would take pUice  and,tio interference would be tolerated.  ..t~ The fact that no ill effects have yet  been  recorded  iii not  particularly* surprising for most people who protested  were more concerned with the unexpected or���the . unknown factor. Even the  experts behind the "blast were prepared to  admit that while no reason existed to  anticipate danger, there was always the  possibility of an error, This is the real  issue at stake and the main reason so  many people throughout the world have  voiced such strong opposition.  Further���where does it all end? Mow  much -longer will it be before an elected  clovyn in one of the worlds capitals explodes a bomb of such luagnilude that  i*mm^,00000mm,*m,0)*0Kmmm*0000mm0mmwm0im*0n*0ut*m*i*0W0*0t  The PeninsulaT^^^  Published Wednesdays nt Scclwlt ,  on U.C.'s SiiiiNhino Coast , ,,,  " '' ^ ' , a"  ,   Powell River News Town Crlcr  Sechelt Times hid.  Box 310-Sechelt,,, B.C,     "  ��� rfltibscrlpllon Uiites: (In mlvhiieo)  ��� Local, $6 per yenr. Ileyond 35 miles, $7;  ��� -    , U.S.A., V). Overrun, $j().    /     ��������� '  Pervitins tlio urea front Port Mellon to l-Riitont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  iii^iisiier s#iii�� F#i*g��t      OttcLwo. Report  ^0 JJ .   _.    .1 .1 * ..... . ..���.'-���     r  Japanese increase  electronics exports  JAPAN stepped up export!** of qommunl-  catip,n and electronic product? to all  countries by  31  percent  lpi year,  the  Commerce Department says, '*" a  More .than   ball'  of  the   nearly \$2.!l  liiillnn  of Japanese  communication  and  eleijlric exports mado their way Into tho  *-United States, the department'said,  Based on projections supplied by ,?ap-  ' npese sources, exports of these Items are  'expected   lo   increase   substantially   this  year, ihe government said.  The United States receyed $1.3 billion  ���pf.Japanese communication and electronic  products exported 'throughout .the WPrlcl."  .__. The government survey showed that  Japan imported $.W million in ���.similar  products", mainly electronic computers, in-i  legralert circuits, and testing and measur--  iny  equipment,  The survey showed that color and  black^nnd-while television' sets accounted  I'or ahoul 22 percent of the total value of  the items exported to the United. States,  lasl year.  Japanese exports Pf transistor radios  to (lie I toiled States declined by 5 per  cent iu U'7<), the study, said, .accounting  I'or about Ki percent of that country':*  total communication and electronic exports. \  1  "Now we wait till it dies of indigestion!"  "trwill uike~ai]rTiaTF~fhe worItT~with it.  __ _, The  the  present  time    very  many  countries,  only too painfully "aware of  tbe futility  and heartache of war",  are  seeking  leadership ��� in  a  bid  for everlasting, ipeace.  It is therefore incredible  that the leaders of the two largest  nations are pre-oceupied, at fantastic expense, striving to prove who can devise,  .the most powerful means of devastation.  What great and wonderful achievements  could   be  brought   about   to  the  benefit of peoples r every where  if, these  two war-mongering "heroes grew up and  put their abilities to peaceful endeavor.  November     11th    is  Remembrance  Day  and .perhaps, someone- should  tell  Nixon and his Russian counterpart what  it is all about?  Safe motoring  DAMAGE to your car from winter wea-  - ther is dangerous, costly and irritating.  That's wliy Uie B.C. Automobile Association urges motorists to circle a date  on their calendars now to have their  cars thoroughly winterized before the"*'  first snowfall arrives.  * The^following points should be covered  by  a  a  qualified  mechanic:  ���Engine tune-up, including a clieclc  of sparkplugs, points, condenser; ignition  system and automatic choke.   .  ���Tliorougli cooling system inspection. -  Service should include a check.of coolant concentration (SO per cent is recommended), coolant level and condition,  pressure cap and radiator filler neck and  hoses. Drive belts should, have proper  tension. If engine is running unusually  hot or cold,  test thermostat.  ��� Battery fully changed and cables  light   with no cracks or corrosion,  ���Brakes properly adjusted, with fluid  nl correct level:  ���Headlights adjusted, stop and tail-  lights upending properly, and turn indicators funcliotiinga smoothly, "  ������".xhtuiSI system free of leaks to avoid  throat of carbon monoxide poisoning,  --Hci'iter and defroster working efficiently,  ��� altoplncomcnt      of   "Worn    windshield  wiper blades, and addition of anti-freoiai,  solution    to   the  aiiiomiitic    windshield  washer reservoir,  ,   --Hifiorlng tight, no play,  ���Hear view mlrr'irii cleaned and correctly, adjusted.  ��� Adequate lubrication to remove dmil,  dirt arid molnlure from moving pnrtii,  AnllMiny Mutigrave, (inveriinr of Brit-  III7R * '  '"  "l71, WMH Ul,l��hlwl  ��'i  .���The Times Ottawa Bureau  IMAGE   BUILDING  QTTAWArjrSoviet Prime Minister Alexei  Kosygin went back to liis country a  few days:,ago-after what may lie termed a  successful   journey   into   Canada.  Except for the incident tliat took place  in Ottawa when he was assaulted by a  Hungarian refugee or freedom fighter  named Giza Matrai and except for a second incident that occurred in Toronto  when he was speaking Jxefore the members of the Canadian Manufacturers'��As-  sociatipn, it can be said that everything  went fairly wfell for tlie Soviet Prime  Minister.  If Canadian authorities tried well in  advance to plan every detail very carefully, Mr. Kosygin himself also made lots  of efforts to make it go as smoothly as  possible.  As a matter of fact, whenever he was  appearing in public he tried to deliver  a very good performance. If we take as  an example the press conference that  he gave in Ottawa and that was televised  all over fhe world, Mr. Kosygin gave just  about as good a performance as any Canadian .politician that we know.  Of course We must take for granted*^  at the very beginning that those exercises  are never the. occasion for major admissions. In this perspective one-could not  expect that the Soviet Prime Minister  would admit that his country is carrying  on espionage activities in Western countries. One could not expect, either that  he' would agree that the Soviets Were  wrong when they invaded .Hungary in  1660 and Czechoslovakia in 1958. Those  facts, whether they are true or nol,  would never be admitted by any politician  who was party to the decisions.  By the way, on ,the Hungarian ami  . Czechoslovakia!!.Invasion, he repealed an  '.answer that seems very familiar to Cu  iiadian ears. BemeiYibor that lie said thai  such a decision wasn't taken by the J|iih-  sliuis but by the leaders, of t'hosc countries  wlio were asking for lielp, During Ilu*  Quebec crisis last October, Prime Min-  Isler J'ierro Trudeau, dcinmionls in hand,  wns saying'Jusl abour llio mime thing  In regard of the actions lakeii by bis gov.-  eriiiiHinl notably, the prociaiiiaUon of the  War Meiisures Act,  In other \ mat torn, lhe Soviet Prime  MinlNler gave answers that were "reasonable" cither In their substahce or In  thoir lone.  The mime can be said about mosl If not  all of,h|ii IiiiimIh, The only n^copilon may  when he at lacked tlio Americans i'or  f0���0*..*.0***C0000*0,000*0.���,00**0*000  'Letters-to the Editor me-the opinions'of readers, aiul not necessarily-those of .The Timer.  A  nom-de-pltnne may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the wirier.  lie  All "Tho luv Paint" produce pr�� qunllty {junmntood,  and carry tho usonl of qunllty approval. "Tho J.u\f  Paint," l�� n, flrntqifnllty nntlonnl profmislonnl  idocorntor brand of point, Vou wf uid ip-pwct to pny ��  pruttjlum piled for tbla outnlnndlno quality, but  bocnusd wo mado It Juut'for you, tbo lioinolovw,  you'll find It ntiracUvoly prlood. liny "Luv" now by  iho .quart;' by tlio' flollon. Paint on tlio boauty of  -"JtHV.'-'-r"��� ~��n|-  .n"'i  f0i ft '54'SriSSWi?<ia!S8RRiH5��ejS{jSBl5B��,  Ihi.'lr new ('(���uiioniic pulley, Hul ��<*ven  Ilii'io, he was iipenkjiig In Canadii and  iiiinckliig a vory unpopular move made  by  llin   United  Mlales,  , On lhe oilier hand," no fine bill llm  mosl ardonl Moparallfil .couldCrlllcl/o bin  words In Mnnlrenj wlien lie wiirt n gueiil  nl n dinner offoroll by Premier Hourawin,  Unlike ChnrloN ��|��> fjnullo a few yearn  back,'Mr, Konyghi' pruiiajd Um* (���iiiiiidiaii  people and Canadian Unity, ''To lhe ('it-  ' iindlan |H!0|)le", be mild, "A Hlrong and  united people",       (        <  lb this ciine iiiilbing ' nlnfm In' lhn  fiiliioiui "vivo In Quebec Minn" uttered  by do dunlin from lhe liulcniiy of Moid-  ioi.I'h Clly Hall,  In fuel, Uio Hovloi Prlinn Mlnliilor wan  very careful all along bin/.'luiudlniulr.lp���v  - not -1 r>" nrfoirrf AtVyViVTi',' *   '       lie ciiino horn lo noil bin eoiuilry mid  hlniMolf anrl he was qulln gond ai ll  On llm oilier bund It In very hard to  nVnlunh"- all llio offecis Unit lliln vlsli  will Imvn on fiiluro idliiliiinivliotwooii  boi|i eoiiiiirles, lliird bociiuno both Pilmo  MliilMlcrM worn pullliii; Ilu* I'oiuidatloiifi  for nonio fiiluiii iioiIoom riillii'r'tluin filg-  nlng all i.nrbi ol ligroeineiiM or nt'lllnn  nil Hurls of Ihlngn,  Knoli nf Ihoiii know lii advance, wind  Im could expect from Uio oilier, Wind wan  nul known wan Iho rn'aollnn of lhe Cu��  iiiuIIiiii . people lo IIioho closor ridiillons,  The Ulfill) plil'imso uf lliln trip nnd  Iho iiiune'lN iiIho inn* of Mr, TrudnuiVi  loiiliioy lulu llio IIH'"H wim nuilnly to  l/iilld n favoi'iililo liiinge,  ,���IN<'j"W Unit thin Im done, all; WflHimdli  - Jfi whil"'��liJd,)i<H�� Wlioi;oUiiH will lead tin tu,  The Great Betrayal  Editor, The Times  Sir: October' 28 will surely go down  in history as a black day, on which the  British 'House' voted to betray Britain  into surrender to Europe her -sovereignty,  her throne, and her Corrjmonwealth,  which could not be accomplished i/> two  wars. Shades of Raleigh, Nelson-, Wellington, Winston Churchill and a million other pa'trortfs turning in their graves!  But don't despair, it takes more jhan  just the vote���Britain's destiny is to lead  lhe world.  E. W:  ABRAHAM  Much To-do  kdilor, The Times-  Sir: In your article on the question of  my objection- to -the sale of���lemonade in  schools you give the impression that my  object ion was directed at Langdale  ' Schooil. My letter to the School Board  merely mentioned that I was aware that  lemonade was sold at this school. My request to- the Board was thqt the sale of  this non-nutritive, synthetic lemonade be ^  banned in all the local schools.  ��� It seems grossly unfair to me that your  paper and the Board should have devoted  their attention to this one school causing, presumably, annoyance- ai'ld embar-  assment to Mr. Passmore the principal.  I would like to make it quite clear tltfit  principals who sell milk products, npple  juices and this lemonade in their schools'  do Ihlsal some personaj inconvenience  purely for the benefit,,"of llieir. students,  ll seems unfortunate lo rite that a lot-  tor sent by me lo 'the Hoard requesting  Uuil this lemonade be .'discontinued should  have, caused such a puerile and mlsln-  forinative headline as. "Lemonade Rale  Ohjeollon   Stubbed   Tender   Feelings."  DR. 'P.'C.'WKI'l'n  Let In Sanity  Editor, Tlie Times  Sir: The Ainohiika fraud has got to mo  and Ibis week's byNteria prompts mo lo  IHko up the. quill In ,defense of sanlly,  Por years wo have been made subject  lo anll-US, peace marches, by sundry  VfotnlkH. We have boon given a steady  dlnl" of "hate America", pills by ���many of  our newspapers, radio nnd 'I'V Hiatlonn,  Molwooii the (Iroeiipoiico publicity hIuiiIm,  loaoliorn brainwashing our Kids Unit llio  world was gnlnt! lo bo blown up by lb"  niiniy Americans and,oilier such iiouhoiiho,,  Premier Kosygin was given Uto million  dolln,!" "Cod oarpol" Iroalmoiil by Prime  MIiiIsIop Trudeau (using liixpayern' money), So, whoro wore llie peace inarclioi'N  prulijfilln/" Sovlol. nucilonr ���loslsV (Ton nf  llmm" this year--niauy uf llmm much larger thm) llio Aii)ohll|ta,lo,'il),  This iiolocllvo ngopMng by  Hfe ."far  Por Quick Hormlln Uno Tlmo* Adbtlofn  KNOW YOUR BIBLE  ~X*WMm  In offlor to oncoumoe o arootnr In-  tnrosl' In  Iho  ScrlpUirftfJ' a  spoclql  TRUE llomti Sliifly I3||j|o Course In  now I'mlno conducted,  Thin course  left" becomes as obvious as the nose qn  one's face, and I for one want no part of  il. But I am afraid thai afler Amchitka  this element of left wing fanaticism will  find a new cause and will start the liate  campaign all over again.  ROLAND PARKINGTON  TOTenrtsLUB^  i-  fRBDAYS, 8:00 p.m.:  INDIAN HALL  Jackpof $300  $75 TO GO  ir DOOR PRIZE -fr  \*0***;j*********.******:::*z^*0*%*00*r\  WHEN IT COMES  TO  1659 Sunshine Coa^ Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 8867112  * CARPETS    ir TILES    ir LINOLEUMS  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open .9 a.m' - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night TU 9 p.m.    I. i   ������1���1������  c��tmm  Compleloly undenominational  Absolutely, free of.charflo   ,  Conrlucied onllroly by mall  (No one will cnll nxcopl op  request)  Dased (ilroctly on the Ulblo  FOR FREE LESSONS  Applyi E. B, SoYornon,  Pok 460, QibsonsrD.C.  tm00*am**0t*om00tB0��0n0m��0i  iOmamBB4  T^AIL BAY HAiOWAIIE LTD.  Phono 885-982B  Sechelt   ��IH"l"WI��   ,~',M"*^*��'����WWBII^^  i  0***0**rm000ma0*00mi00**  .0.*.,im,H*�����<m.L,u  PROVISIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED SO THAT  COMMUTER TICKETS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE  FOLLOWING:  ,   (A) FARM VEHICLES WfTH "A" PLATES  ,     (B) SELF PROPELLED MOBILE HOMES ,  (C) PICK UP TRUCKS AND CAMPERS  (D) PANEL TRUCKS  TO   OBTAIN   COMMUTER   BOOKS   OF   TICKETS,  PROVIDED THAT THE RESIDENCY FORMJS PROPERLY-  COMPLETEDBEFORETHECOMMISSIONER OF OATHS  AT:  SALTERY BAY TERMINAL  LANGDALE TERMINAL  IT IS NECESSARY THAT YOU PROVIDE YOUR MUNICjv  PAL EXEMPT CERTIFICATE AND NUMBER.  ���SHOULD YOUR UNIT EXCEED 18' IN LENGTH PLEASE  PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION.  UNITS EXCEEDING 18' ARE CHARGED (IN CASH) FOR  EACH ADDITIONAL FOOT OR FRACTION THEREOF  APTHE RATE OF 65cr      : ~ ' ' ��� ~   mm%  Phon. La���gJ���|q tii-im .   Sallow Day 407.9333  .       ,,.,/       ��� I: ���      V,  '       �������� V  -.��!*,       ���  f J ^j.-'r,..  ��� V  .  ,i, I    1'  Jf U  ... fr.jr,     ,f    , ,  *r  ������****�����*. ,** 0. j, l~..   1.  *Vw'&>���*�� /y ��^<**4TV*ir*vi ��,A��S.K t^^  ���'*   ? -**"i,tft. ���/*** Zi&*s. * -     .-       -l." -V :/'"���*&** t - ���*���* hi.-�� ��� 4 ��       ,���>   '���  ",'    ''   ���   i'-'1       ' *"'7 - *'s "���Tyi'l". *~^jt���**' J.  '������������v7,. -...-r-i".:-^   ���"',. <^.^^J^t/V>*Xf ^J^&JJ.J y  * ���* V ���*" nf y  ���  w  v   ^y^^^v^y  �����***���   "p#   (TV*   ���*-*V   fWi  Yv-V-����vv*'VVv-vvvv-vV   ��*��� ���  r- r  **f  m   10  "��1  B!fMi>gtif"i!*i  ^*BMfe-.  J^J/AJjAhi  f mm  0        .  Sechell Brownie L.A'  holds November meet  SECHELT L.A to Brownie's'and Guides  held their meeting Nov 3rd at Lynn  .Totgensen's, Halfmoon Bay with 14 mem-  h&rs present, three Pender Harbour members attended Mrs ,liuth IColbus, Mis.  Pp?gy Ciowthers, Mis   Irma  Tail  All the Faiiy fioclmotlipm reported the  paclrs,liad enjoyed Hallowe'en parties, at  Wilsan Creek- lhe pack was visited by a  witch who chewed and acted'like a real ���  one,  haul  to  believe  il   was  Mi55.-Vona'  Clayton  The 1st Seciielt Brownie's are still colled ing nylon stockings and telt for'their  prnierts, a box is piovided 111 U*ie Trail  Ray shopipng centei, loi thus pui pose  Nov    Ilth  foi   the  lust  time  lhe  1st  Sechelt  and   1st Wilson Creek  pack will..,  be cjnving (heir own Hays, lecently pur-  (luisecl  The next meeting will be a Christmas  party and will be held at Selma Park  Community Hall, Wednesday Dec. 1st,  guests of honor will be the leaders.       " <  Anthony MusgrSve, the second Governor of the United Cwluiiies of British  Columbia, held1 several West Indies posts  in tbe Colonial. Service.        ���  Wednesday,. November 10, 1971-   Tha Peninsula T?me& Page A^3  NEED  MONEY?  USE  WANT ADS  TO SELL  . SURPLUS  ITEMS  FOR CASH,  CALL  485-4255  ��� Mr; Advertiser:  Thpse advertising  spaces ore real bar?  gains for you. Sold on  cpnfrqct only. For details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar, phone 485-4255,  "���'��iSl  L.  ! ���*���"���* v *s* ���" '.*"   '**��� ���* "���*"*  JA^AA'J'^^^  ull   if "Till   ���0*.---*0..y...f*.--XrC.Jl.A....i.J..**^.��Ju  ...,,., booking Ahead  Kiwanis Village for Senior Citizens  at Gibsons came anolhor step closer  to realization last week with the  presentation of a cheque for $300  from. Howe Sound Pulp Division employees at Port Mellon. Canadian  Forest Products management presents cash bonuses for accident free  days and employees~are now within  days of another $500'cheque..A vote  is taken to decided distribution of  the money. Mr. Rd Sherman, resident  manager (centre) presented the  cheque to Sunshine ("oast Kiwanis  president. Mi7C.eorge Cooper' (left)  and Kiwanis secretary and Senior  Citizens counsellor, Mr. William  Haley,  last week.  ^cimiMrAfeLT^  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 88579515 ��� Telephone: 886-2912  SECHELT/ 8.C GIBSONS, B.C.  W, Philip Gordon.  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT   *  In Your Garden To,! Bu'���������pMm-Res 88<75<7  .......^H���Qrrjs..^B!ock#..:.Gibspns^.B.C,  7=t3y The Old Rake  BULBS, "conns, tubers and roots tbat  have to he stored for 1 he-winter are  all just about ready to be dug.up. Dalilias  will be past their flowering best so it  helps the tubers to ripen if they are  heaved, that is, loosened in, the soil and  left tliere to allow the foliage to die-  down and so allow the tubers to firm up  and be ready for .storing. They can he  left for two weeks before cutting the  stalks down to about six inches. They  are now ready to take indoors and allowed to dry out when tbe woil will be  easy to remove.   , , ���  Tlie fine roots ran be cut off the  hibers stored in a" frost free place, a hot  basement is not a good place as they  are liable to shrivel up. If they have fo  be stored in a shed or.garage in boxes,  sawdust, vermIciilite and paper makes  good insulation. They should be examined  from time to time to see that they are  all right. We will deal with them after  New Year When we will be thinking  of dividing lliein or taking editings,  Carinas require much tbe same treatment except tbat they are cut close to the  crowns and are stored with llie soil attached. Tliey eon be divided later on niid  tbe divisions potted'up.1 Gladiolus are  subject to various diseases that are curried over from year lo year in sloYage.  Any conns ihul are suspoei, such us I hose  Willi black spots 011 Ibfiin or Ibose that  . are ul all noil sbftuld be disposed of by  burning. The old method of tjoing glmls  up l|i biii'|i(i8-io ripen off i.s J'rnwned (in"  now iim il allows lhe lliripti In net from  llio  leaven lo llie  I'orms,  We now cul I be lops down lo nn  Inch Irom lhe conn and sloro them in un  nti'V plnco lodrynnl quickly, flproml ll��em  our ifn llinl Ihey will mil (Ake loo lontf  to dry iind pcrlulps beat'nnd flp'oil. When  clry, remove llie old lunni from the bol-  lotn of lhe new one unil also remove lliu  busk like rnvnrlnK. Whi'n plunllng In the  Hprlng, sow the ones ihul are sproutlnij  I'ilni um ihey will be Iho ourllCMl In llowor,  BURN WOOD  AND SAVE MONEY!  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  M~fcADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Davis Bay 885-9318  Carry ln/>carry outservice'on small appliances,  toasters,  irons,  trypans, portable heaters, hair  ' dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc.  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE 8. ART ENTERPRISES  ^Pottery? Supplies, classes & firing  dealer far Durjcan's Cerqmtc product*  ���'       Wtie f^Lff GrflndvUrvr Ave.  P.O. Bok ���62rGlbBoni, B.C.r  AUTO SERVICE  fsmjsy  WOOD  HEATERS  1^  ***<4/  ������li,i,l,i*il^i,'l)nl*-'-''l^mm00S0^0**  llllillll   iMItlUlllii   III  A hhl ny   ton ml       J'WWl'V'il  MntiiitiK will pin  Villi! ynu Allll  yriiir 'ihikmI linnl  Im 11 im limn Uiiiii  ii I Ii (i r |i w nl ���) i m.  llMlIf," III tl'llhl-  Klllllli il,illl|l|t>l   III  i,ii|ii>iili< ulirlimi ��l llm iiiiii|iiilli)r nui'inln  ��� Bll*�� lu li����l mm lu > I "nun 01 liim*  ��� Until Miwl up l�� m% Im*I i��v|nw*  ��� flwllJ till* 0M,lli*0 n��*��or��  �� Mil only ���>rn>�� in \* lunii*,,,  iv��nin<niii����i i��m|i*Mlifi��)ii  IVriin tin ft'i, fiHiitr  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Pqrts - Good Year fires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  automqt1vFund��rcoating  steam cleaning  complete car clean-up  simonizing  Esslemont Equipment1 Services  Phone 886-2784  Bok 436/ Gibsons, B,C,  BA1MKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Socholt,  8,C, Phono  885.2201  I Glliioni Rranch, 006-2201  HOURS!  TuoHloy ibrmiab Tluiciilny 10 a.m. In 3 pm,  Fililuy 10 <i 111, In A |i.nv  Sotur^lfiyJO a.m. tn !l,|i,^i, , ��� >  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pander Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  , For Expert Rlasllng  Phpne 885-2304 L, G, Emorion1  II Nn AniW'tr lonvri MoMinnn nl  I|fl3.?7rt3 orflflft./37/  ' R.R, 1, Socholt, B.C,   ,  FlreHOOO  Mnnitfnnliirni(i, Ltd*  III tail l.|il.li��il,  ., .........hlllill W��ll��IIHV��l,.|l,fi|.���,.  Twin Creek  Building Supplies  Tno Lo<otfonf To  Servo You  Sunthino Cooit Hifllivyay  "GIBSONS���806-2291  SECHELT-~8852288  B��ICHLAYING ^   A. SIMPKINS  ���   ���  Box 517- Socbclt, D.C.  Phpno 885-2)32   Ill 1 1 ll|<ll|IHMH I WI 0*000000 llllll 1   BUILDERS   COR ZUIDBMA  For Nl Yw 'fffnovqiTonsTRopcilra  ond Cqblnot Work,    ,  Phpno 885-2135  PLYrCONE DHVEl6pMENTS ft  HOMSINa CORP, LTP.  SunMiIno CnoM <in<l ItlnivM  CONYPNTION/M., MOPUJ.AK ANP IWfAn  We Hcivn A Thotnond lilons  Our Ptlcm An> CompnIIHvo  C��i�� N*lhln9 To Coll 8B5.9767 - 008.9619  Writ* Oak 6/6 - $t��MH, P.C,  BUILDERS  (continued)  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMIS - PREFAB HOMES  High Quality . . . Reasonable Prices  Buy a  Package and erect it yourself, or get  our professional help.  GARDEN BAY,*B.C, - Phone Eves. 883-2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Ypur One Stop Building Store  ForAH Your Building Needs      ;   <  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL  ELECTRICIANS  (Coi*^  FREE ESTIMATES  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G 8. W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Bok 166, Port Mellon, B.C.   .  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Your Irly Bjrd Dealer  Phone 885-2283 Sechelr, B.C.  Complete line of building supplies.  CABINET i^AtHERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHf-N AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All^Praflliished, Beforo  Installation, "   .  R, BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave,, Roberts Creek, B,CA  Phono 886-2551  CONTRACTORS     .  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  '"'���"LTD, ���������"  Fill/ Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  '  Phono 883-2274"  l & h Swanson ltd.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  7, Sand and Gfnvol - Bacldioes  Pitching - E^cavntlons  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,  Box  172, Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cloorlno - Excnvnilnrid. Rpod Uulldlna  Orodlnn - Fill - Road Ginvnl - Cruiih��d RncK  Phono; Socholt 805-9550  Land Clisqrlna - Road Bnlldlnn  ���^Treo;,Topplno*sM,Sa|floriVO"l:oOfllnfl "  PETE DUBOIS  Telophono 883-2417  R.R; \, Madeira park, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES      SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MriLONlo OLE'!. COVE  Toll 006.2930 or 1105-9973  Cnll I In facYriHt Dlh|x��,o| Nmid*,  Wlmii Rwnvuiltm Or Spiina Clminlnn.  Cuntolnrtrn AVa|l��hl��,  ~* v  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD,  fUsldAniM - InilMklrlql ond Miilno Wlrlnu  f.lfictrlc lleot. Mn��t Work  ~���-: - Ph��n�� - 88S��7244 ��� - ���  Residential * Commercial I Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD,  Gov't Cprrlfiftfl Flecirlcianii,  Phono bay or Byo, 689-2062  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR -  Free Estimates     <���--���  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  ~ JIM McKENZIE r  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.     ,  FUEL  c  .ANADIAN     rR0PANE  Serving th�� Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heqtlpg "and Hot Water. .  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 683*2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  " For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your n  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  E5SO OIL FURNACES  No down payment -"Bank interest  .      ' Ten years lo pay     ���,;.��� " ,  For fro�� eitimato���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  .7 ��� 1 ..." * .  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gihsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY JALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor"  Expert Flair Styling  Cowrie St.',"-' Phone  Sechell, I3,,C,     ' ' ,    f- 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL       ,  Domestic - Commerclql - Industrial  Tolophona 885-9606  Bok  164, Socholt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  Oil, PIR":!) WATER Hl"ATI:RS  hloihlno P.OWH-- 10 Yuma To |'ny  l-lflhl l-liirnhlno  Roy Blanche Madeira Park,  883-2401 883-2778]   1  JANITOR SERVICE:  Welcome lo The F|oorshlnef Coqst  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR Sf3RVICI|   *"|��nclnl|Ml�� In Clflnnlna- Floor Wonlnfl  S|irny Huff Inn ������ (Window Cleanlna  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gihions, P.C,  JOHNSON'S  PUH.DINO MAINTlNANC-t  . /   , ' Sppclalliilno Ini  Popor lloriuliio, Intoilur fl. tAlorlor docorollno,  ���'   ftiflj'Qeonlng, All tfpmM Bwildino  Ma ntenoocm, Floor |fi?i(il|a|lwi,  I    Wln**w CloanlriQ,  PHONh 808.9719 APTPR 4 P,M,  Poii MA * S����h��lt, B,C,  ,  Ufio these spaces to  reach nearly 10,000 people-  MACHINE: SHOI*  - At the Sign of the" Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ���; Arc and Acty Welding  Steel FqWicqting -^- Marine Ways  AiJt^nnative and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Res, 886-9956, 886-9326  ^ETAI  L STORES  (cont.)  Phono 886777?1  CARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Sales-GMC Parts & Service  Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  NURSERY  "''.["  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping 7 Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plaffts - Bedding Plants - Peat Mass  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees    ���  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday     *  886-2248  PHOTOGRAPHERS  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Complete Photographic Service  WEDDINGS - PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS  COMMERCIAL  a abernethy  Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 8B6-7374   '  or 886-7215  PLUMBING  AND  HEATING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plurnblnp - Plpefitting - SteamflUlna  Hat Wpter Heating - Pipe Lagging  ���       ��� ,fRE(; ESTIMATES   Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848    '' "*V "  Repairs'* Alluratlons - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  8.  HEATING  l,TD.  Govt, Certified Plnmbor   ���   24 Hour Snrvlce  P'liwe 886-2406  GrNfRAI, DELIVERY - SECHELT, 'B.C      '  086.9533 ���  PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Solos, and Sorvlco  Pauls,  Henllnrr Supplies,  Fawcoit Appllancos,  Sfirvlrn   mul   Ropolrii  |o  Wnlur  SyMoiWi  and  PiiniPB, Frnp Estlmotns,  .   Sui'iplliia IDillw Dp-|l-Ynii|sol|or  Jock Marshall Jack McLcod  886-9628 805-4460  Norm MoeKoy, 886-7770  RENTALS  ALS  RENtJT..AT!!,���,._,���^~  THE RENTAL SHOP  at DaYl�� Pay  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Evoryllilnq"  TyiHiwrllora - Llghllng P|qi)ls - lelovlnlons  Ro(q'Tillers ��� Conjonl Mlxors - Lqwn RaKus  1        1     Mochoplr.'u T'ooIh  pi IONE BBR.2B4J} |��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES'  C & S HARDWARE  SRCHBLT, P.C  APPLIANCES , HARDWARE  IIOME FURNISHINGS ^  Phone 888-9713  YOUR AP IN THIS D|RrcTORY;  RHAChP .450Q MpMRS  Low cof,\ ��� HIqIi powur  t  Y<?Mr Bu6|nej.s Cjord - ,  , ���   ������..),  In this sppco will  reach nearly 10^000 peoplol  i*  ^*  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's\Wear  Open s|x days a week   \  Phone 885-2063  .Cowrie Stfeefv Sechelt  TASELLA SHOPPtS N  Ladies' ** Men's -, Childrenf$ Wear  Yard Goods ? Bedding - Ctnens  Dial 885-9331 - SecheR, B.C.  SEWING MACULES  UNSHINE    D r.  rx  EWING       Bern,n<3 * Qnf1^Sia  ERVICE       ^��'e^ Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  SPOItTlN^ GQPDS  CLIFF* S 80ATS  8. ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats neyy/ apd  y*3ed.. ..**M.r-.l^5jl_8i SrriQl.L. .. '..  88��-9832 Selhei!  SURVEYORS      ���"���������," J-JJJ  ROY a WAGENAAR      ;  . B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Byildihg - ifefpo'ge Bqy  Sechelt, B.(i.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  .   COASTAL TIRES  Sunthipa Cogtt Highway  Pox 13, Gibsont, B.C. - phono 886-2700 ,  SAL^S ^ND SERVICE  Afl Brands Ayo|lab|fl  Monday fa Sqturdqy 8:30 a.tt,, to'5:3Q p.flV  Fridpy evening Uy appointment only,  TOWING  ���" 'Scows;"���- Logs -!-'"'"--"  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGD  rLTD,  Heavy Equipment Moving & L��q TaWlDD  L, HIC36S ,      ,  , phone B85--9425  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  "rlonsol^old Movlnp, PocMnOiStaroflf,      ,  , Pocking Materlol*^ Far Sq|o  (Member of Allied Von Mp"*  Canada's No. I MoYeru  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1 ,'Gibsnns, D.C  FANSEN'S^rRANyFlR LTD,  WAREHOUSES   *  Gibsons 006-2172  ~~~dAILY.SERV|CB.FROM-VANC��UVER  SI-RVJNQ THE SECHELT, PENINSULA  Fii'mllum lo ahywliere In Canada,  Grtnerol Frololi��. Low^o4 on4 h��>��W hanllna  T,V. mid R^PIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  fl, SERVICE LTD,  APMIRAI, nn.rri.ECTROHOME PPAHIR**  Gordon Oliver   -   Fd Nicholson  In The Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Bok 799, Socholt 005 9016  CI.OSEP ON MONDAY"*  li'A1  Phono 003-2313  HAR80UR SUPPLIES  ~P(!RNARP GERICIC  P.O. Bok 158  , Madolra Fark. P.C,  UPMOtSTMiY  .��.im.��� ��� ���will-, li.,, ���0������,:*-'���,rUm00,00,t*.0lm 4.1 0*00^.0*.  ti  \  RELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  RouphaUterlng ��� PostvllflO * Complete Rroprr*!  Servicn.. Samplfl* Mi��wi> In rti�� h��ma  Phono 0062030 aftor fl p.m.    ,  or 006-2073  ' 7.  I ( rrvl WW��N��. W^HiWiwatHrw *\'  ^���tHtibTn    -W   .      JiU   ^   *~ *~*.v .r. rtibr4bf^fiAf> J  >i*- k    -   4 ^e��  *-*S  ���t&t&ivtt  f"    '    Mr  >.- ..*��� * .'I -irv-a. - >v��>.w..gt,r.i.' r'  $y&>-  f*0~**m  *>t *'.r*4^*,  >"?*c.*!4  >*^^ff1#fgj tyi^t^JA^.^  ^   ^    J.  .....*. .     .     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Sechelt Times Ltd,  \     at Sechelt, B.C.  ��� Established 1963  J  t  ?  1  \  i  i���  Member, Audit Bureau  at Circulations  '      March 31,  1971  Gross Circulation 2884  Paid Circulation 2396  As filed with the Audit Bureau  ot Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates: A  3-Llne* Ad-Briets (12 words)'  One" Insertion 4.���,$1.00  Three Insertions .,..-, ���.*-.,.���,$2.00  Extra lines IA words) ���, ���2Qc  (This rate dbes not apply to  commercial'Ad-BnelsL  Box Numbers ,  IQc extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ads-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  Legal or Reader advertising  35c  per count line.  Subscription' Rates���  By Mail;  Local 4Area _< _$6.00 yr.  Outsidp Local Area _$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.  _ $9.00 yr.  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Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item; -together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charae is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production,, but .cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer, is olso chargeable at on ���  hourly rate for the additional  #drk; ���* ���     "������'f,''"H' ���'���"���  BIRTHS  "" GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ., .   .   is   pleased  to  sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents. '* .  OBITUARY  PERSONAL (continued)  ���'"��� " '   '    �����������������   "-1W   H   ���    tl     'W   ~-*-WH��~H   IJIII -IIM..     IIM)  WISH to contact Latter Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or aae-^S.       '6766-tfn  ANNOUNCEMENTS       ^  50th ANJ^lVERSARY. Mr. and  Mrs, Wally Berry of Sechelt,  B.C, are celebrating their Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary on  Saturday, November 20th,  1971. In honor of" the anniversary, the family is holding an  Open House from 8 p.m, to  10:30 p.m. in Sechelt Legion  "Hall. All friends are cordially  invite***! to tlie happy occasion,  "   ,       7487-51  IN MEMORIAM  TURNER V. Lloyd���In lbving  memory of a d��.'ar husband,  father and grandfather, ^ho  passed away, November 5,  1970: '  "Time takes away 'the edge  of grief  But memory turns baclc .evivy~  leaf." -  Sadly missed by liis 'wife,  Lola, his children and grandchildren. 7454-49  WORK WANTED  -WSH0FFER, a complete tree  service to' the entire Sunshine Coast. Our v/brk is insured and���expertly performed. Phone for free estimates.  Peerless Tree Services. Phone  885-2109. 625��-tfn  ORNAMENTAL wrought iron  railings. Free estimates. 8.86-  7029, 886-7056. 6893-tfn,  CABINETS, ��� basement rooms,  carports,  floors, ��� duroid roofs.  HALFMOON BAY: See the 4  choicest. lots   on  the   Sunshine  Coast,   then   take  your  pick!" Each- is   over   1   acre,  r Y  semi-waterfront, and will soil  on vslght at $4500 to $5500.  "EGMOISTT AREA: 600 feet of  waterfro'nt on over 6 acres;  Deep and protected moorage.  A magnificent property for  less tlian $30,000.  J��ENp5JR HARBOR: Retire to  '���!������ ai; lovely estate. 1500-^guare  'ifopt rancher of rare quality  and Tiuiet charm. Sits on 12  view acres overlooking Malas-  pina Straits and Vancouver Island, Nothing else can compare,, can't begin t*o at $39,750.  Excellent terms  too!  'Doii'f delay , . . call Jock Her-  mon now for details 883-2745  / COLLECT  CHARLErtNGLISH LTD..  Gibsons  7494-50  ELEVATED undeveloped 10  acres within" Village of Sechelt, residential! location,  $16,000 cash. Bos; 6499, c/q  Peninsula Times, " Bo* 310,  Sechelt, 6499-tfn  SELMA    PARK���4    bedroom  home on view lot, For sale  by owner. Phone 885-9652; Ed  Messnei7 7430-50  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� Lot  ,75?. x' 268' 10 min. drive to  Sechelt Qi^iet-area; close to*  water and good fishing, phone  and Hydro available. $3,900  cash. Phone 885-9654,6804-.tfn  ���_ 7 ...    ,,"'-7 r~- X*-h ......      .   ,   . '  *', K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  2  BEDROOM  house  in  Gibsons,  $8,400, Terms,  Phone  J12-r926-1024. 7503.50  CU"JfE cottage, 1 bedroom.  Large level lot, fruit trees  and landscaped. Municipal water. Principles only^ To view,  885-2153 after 6:00 p.m.  7304-tftv  >: MacGREGOR PACfFlC %  ���y, .REALTY. ;LTD. J,:^..,J ,  J Box 790, Gibspns, B.C.'  Van Direct; .6,85-3133 ^  RE'TIREMENT SPECIAL: A%  :*. acre small holding farm, 2  bedrooms;. O-T house, fenced  pasture, anci outbuildings- fpr  castle, chicken included: Gib  sons rural, only 2_ blocks to  shopping. MUST'BE SOLD!,  $15,800.  vLorrie*   Girard:   886-7244  886-7760, '  or  SERVICE  7513-50  Callback 883-2460.  7488-1-  MAN, 55 with 20 year's industrial and builder's ihard-  ware experience,- wants job  full or part:time, Call Dick  885-2867. 7489-50  LOTS cleared, "odd jobs, tlre-  wood cut. Phone 885-2353.  7519-50  WANTED  GItEGSON~-Oh November 1st,  1971, Joseph .Gregson of Sechelt, B.C. in his���90th year.  Formerly of, Whulctown,. Cortes Island, B.C, Survived by  many friends,/ Rev, Dennis  Popple und C u n o 11 Alun  Qrccne conducted the FnnqnU ,  Service iu St, Hildu's Anglican Church, Sechelt on November 5lh, CrcmuUon, In lieu  of flowers donations may be  mudo to Siui'slilno Const Senior Cil'lzon's Housing, Sechelt.  Harvey Funeral Home, rllrec-  loffi, ;.'���������'������ 74'03-flO"  BILLINGSLKY: On Novonibor  ,7, 1071, Wil limn IJ. Blllings-  ioy of Vancouver, In his 051 li  yehr. Formerly of Socholt,  Survived by two sons, Harry  of Vancouver >md Bill of So*  chelt, 10 gniiiclchildron iitxl li  greiit-gnindohildren, Rev. Den-  ills J'opplo will conduct lhn  funeral nervlt*o iU "St, Illlda'H  Angllcnn Church, Sechcill,  a We'lnosdny, Novei^hor 10 nl.  2:30 p.in, InloniK.nl In St.,  Hilda's conietory, Ilnrvtiy F1111-  e(rnl Homo dlreclOi-H,  ROQM and board wanted for  11 ,year old  boy  in  Pender  Harbour area, $100 per month.  Ph.   883^234. 7427-50  RETIRED couple-wish to rent  or purchase retirement home  on the Sunshine Coast. Write  Hugh      Weatherby,    106-2030   "  Barclay St., Vancouver 5, B.C.'  7490-52  SALAL   wanted.   Top   prices  paid.  Contact J,  M. Hayes,'  Sechelt before picking, Phone  885-9962, ��� *  7505-52  REAL ESTATE  PRIME elevated waterfront 40  acres at West Porpoise Bay.  Includes large modern 5 bedroom house, broadloom' throughout, 3 bathrooms, hot wu-  tcr, heat, etc. $07,000, F, J.  Whitcroft (owner) Vancouver,  Plione 112-730-7165 Vv 203-  ' 7031. -7455-1111  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Luting Service  /      Box 238, .qibsons, B.C.  ROnWltTS CREEK. WATKU7  FRONT; Two ..wnlorfronl  lots, 'liglitly treed and easily  cleared, Both lotH are level  with unobstructed view across  llio Gulf, easy access off  Bench Avenue, Excellent, property iiv nil urea where waterfront Is difficult to ohliiln, FP  for BOTH Join, $25,000. OF-  l-'KHS, MLS,  W A TKITFIiONT .ACURACIJS,'  KRAT lSI.D,: On W��'��H1.  Bench, we offer 2 ncros of land  wllh 700 ft, of excellent water-  fronlngc. l"ro|)erly is well  treed with HOi'thnrn exposure,  Vlow In tiiwiir<l��.Snlmon Itock  mul Gulf of Georgia, Property,  hnn good rnnd hcciimm nnd nev-  ernl    vovy   sultabln. building  PENDER HARBOUR  ^       ���*- ���������"���-���������-' -vip^j^�����rSzz!Lszs  X  -J*  ��iil  Ir ���*>*  New 2 bedroom 864 sq. ft. model home.".Electric heqt, stone  fireplace, wall to wall shag frqrpet's throughout. On choice .semi-  waterfront lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close to store ond  marina. Full price $25,900 with $5,000 down..  fr~~:  MADEIRA PARK STORE  -ft-*  General stpre .with 1% bedroom owner's home and small 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, containing 1.09 acres���a very choice property. This business  shows a nice profit with lots of possibilities fpr expansion. Also,-;  purchaser-could possibly subdivide land into 2 parcels. This is an  exceptionally good buy at $35,000 with terms,  .<*-  EGMONT  Water taxi and gas station on choite ;corner property adjoining  Gov't Wharf, Over 2,00 ft, waterfront aiTd foreshore lease.  Approx,  MADEIRA PARK  J l/z  acres  of  semi-waterfront  parklike  view  property.  Located |uit above Madeira Park gov't wharf.  f-  REDROOFFS ROAD ���  Lot, 11 is a largo view lot���85 by 550. Look for our sign on Ihe  property, Priced at $5,000 with terms.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ,  2 sldo by sldo view Jots' of approx,   1 Ms acres each, Only a few  hundred foot from Marina, Each priced a't $10,000 with $3,000  down,  * MADEIRA PARK  Approx, 3 acres- o| thq finest view properly In Ponder Harbour.  $17,000 with good terms,  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx,  14 acres.with 330 ft, waterfront. Full prico $25,000.  with $8,500 down.  WATERFRONT LOTS  "    ���    '      In Ponder Harbour, with water and hydro,  80 h,-410,000 ���    98 It,���$10,500  LAGOON ROAD  A, V^ry,.good.buildings lots, Ea>>y walking distance lo i<chool<and  stores at Modoira Park, Can bo bought wllh low down payment.  EARL COVE���BARGAIN  Large swil-walorfronl vlow lot for $4,000 cquh,  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  2 bedroom" lioino wllh boMimont, on"'approx,  Pull |,rico if. 13,000,  Hi  cjcio view  lol.  ,..-,��������� EGMONT WATERFRONT   ,  200 it, wnlorfronl. Hon 2 unllnhhod bulldinga, On pnvbd rood.  Vory  n|ca  properly   lor  (lavolopnwnt,   Priced  nt   $22,500   Willi  $ 12,000 down  ELUSMOHl!': On November 4,  J 071,  llmry P, .Kllsiuuro of  Huberts  Cretflt, (ij(ii  III)  yours,  Survived  by  I  (ImiKhtor Mrs.      ���      ,,,,���*������.,���,  ^W*��^sr,...J<M-UM_tir^iii��iunoiiu.-:.o Pili^JLllJ^t^i*���^   jtrniidchlldidii, fi moih Knuid- (JIIIMONH VILLAOI'S; A  clilldroii, Ih'/itlini'M nnd sliilorn  in VIiikIiiikI, Knv, Dnvld llrown  conducted Iho seivlcii In tlio  Hiirviiy Funeral J Ionic on Nuv-  cililter II, Intnniieiit , Sonvlow  Ccnictory, In lieu, uf I'lowcrn  tlonuUoini mny be nindo lo Ml,  Mary's llospltnl,;.tJerhnl.t. (  - ������ ���",""- "-  '-*"���' "'7310.no  Ini'jio  lot (nl/.o .1)5 ncru) locntiiil In  central CIIIisoiih, Lund is level,  nml Inui heen cleared and cult"  Ivatcd, All I'ncllillcH avnllublo,  Movyi'r linn now boliid Inld, A  viihinbln properly with ((nod  polontlnl, FP .117,7111), '|Vrn)H ',ii  down,  PERSONAL  WOULD  koiiIiIdiiiiiii   whu  din-  icusikuI  !l   pule shls   with   n  I'ouplo  lu  l,e;|iil  Front  HI ore,  11, t*rc*i"i*,.|>ii"--M�� mil rtiHMiimi,  li- ���    741)11-1)1)  f-�����.���������*y ,,**r,**0,****,i.r*.l,0,w,,.mm,.*r0.,i~..i~mmnm -w,*..,!.- *m ���������nn ���  ^ALCOHOiJlCH-Anonymotia, rr-,:.  Meetln/i'H  lli.'IO p.m.,' TIuuji-  dayu, Wllwon Crr'cK Cnninmn-  Ity   llnll,   J��li,llllft-��;i*i7,   mill-  2:m:i, 1070-lfn  AVON I'ulJInu For AvuuJ'ro-  (IiicIm In ymir nn<n, cnll Mih,  Anno KolJy "1^0*0070, Went Be-  cliolt mi'n, mul Mih, llnlen  Plilllpn niin.2]fl.1, Wilson Creole  nnd Sechelt uluu.        7"i7D-*32  , bal, at IHi por eenl,  a   UKUIIOOM   liuiimi   on   ap.  ,,,, pri|X, ;'/i norn lot, wjth front-  niio dn piivixl hlithwiiy, A-0  ' hi-nf, A\ot>, HW, ririiplitJw, '1 \m,  Indh. IJdrni rocently niflulnli.  ���������I, Owiku' wImIioh linmiMllato  tiiilo, IV *>Kl,(Uiu with Khou  down, Dal. al, IH!t por i.'iiiit,   ,  Mombci1  ''"'vaTH'tiu'V'tTrUviiV Riilitfii'nijhiuil  PJIONK 'Hlltl-Mllt  Notary Public  LIHTJNdH  WANTKi;  Vinco Prewor BB6-9359  Wall*/ Pctorson  "', 886-2877  1      Hox 2.1(1, 'aibnoris, H,C.  '"   : 7515-50  ^IEW PLUS: Centrally locat-  | ed lots, all services, paved  .fi'oad, spectacular view, in area of good homes, easy access to schools, shops, etc.  Starting at $3500.  GIBSONS,      Central:      Extra  large, view   lots,  has   rnany  'possibilities. Excellent buy .^t  $4400 Cash. ':������-'  75'    WATERFRONT:    Roberts  y   Creek,    H.C.    Delightful    2  *bdrm cottage, completely renovated, low beach, good ,svvim-  "mi.ng, includes matching stove,  .."fridge,     washer     and     dryer.  ^Comple��e_���lmlh,--fireplaceT- picture wio.daws throughout, patios. This is a beautiful spot to  retire or for summer home.  Jolin  Black:  886-7244  or  886-  7316: 7514-50  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  "SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  NOTICE TO HOME BUYERS  and BUILDERS  DCint iead these ads and WISH  you could own your own home .  ���you CAN! If, you quailify for  a mortgage, and with the Government Grants, you need  very little down. See us loday  ' and  discuss  it.  886-2481  GOWER PT. RD.: Neat attractive 2 bedroom family home  on   spacious   75'   lot,   only   10  years old. Fireplace, hardwood  floors, ' vanity   bathroom,   full  ."basement    witli    finished    rec  - roqm,  utility  and . woqk* shop.  Mtge  available  on  full  price,  $26,300.  886-2481  MARINE DRIVE: Hopkins  Landing. Older type house  on two lots (H2'xl5"0') approx.)  with excellent vigvy of Howe  Sound, 'soundly iSuilt and  worth updating. Contains pun-  oiled living room, glassed in  ��� '.sun porch; -nice kitchen and  one bedroom, Furniture included in price of $12,000 (try  your all cash offer*),  886-2481        '���".���  SHOAL LOOKOUT: View lot,  close   lo  -beach,   good   soil  coverage,    Onlfy    $4,050   witli  $1,500 down, iJalance $40, per'  ���month at BVi: per ctlnt. This is  a good buyj with 10 per cent  off for a.|| ca.sli, '  800-2481  CiQWKR POINT ROAD: Near"  CluiHtor Rd,, view lot, ajo.su  lo beach; partly cleared: $11,000  (turin.i)   I0b,x2.00\  $7!l)(j(),  75'x  508', ,lwo Htrocl, fi'tn'Uagi).  1180-241)1  LOVELY LANGDALI*:: Willi  lln pmiornmlc viow of Howe  Hound, 1 . Inr/^) lol, on front  rot'id $5,000 mid other Iota (III'  xll)2' for only $3,000, .loin thlti  growliiK area while prlcisn aru  low. Call;  880-24111 .  20 ACRES undeveloped, \vtew  - property, Vilfage of Sechalt,  lane access, $30,000, Will sell  in 5 acre blocks at $8*000 each. '  WritQ Box 310, peninsula  Times," Sechelt, 7483-tf��  SECLUDED but accessible by  . good" "lane, 160 acres beau*  tiful well elevated undo?;  veloped properly, yeafc^oiin<*l  ; creek, some ocean view, near  Secret" Cove..^ f60,000. Will  accept some "terms, Bok 310  Peninsula Times, Sechelt,  698Mfiv  VIEW LOTS; Two 100x2*)5  view lots. Cleaned arid ready for construction.^ Paved  road, new home areaV4Zbne  Rll. FP $4,500 each.    -7     _  WEST SECHELT: Residential  lots, selectively cleared and  ready for building, Lot B, 85x  . ��200. FP $4,500. Lot C, 80?cl67,  FP $3,950, Terms.  * WATERFRONT LOT:   115  ft,  frontage, over  lk  acre.. Excellent building site, located, in  Sergeant Bay, FP $11,750. *  HOPKINS    LANDING:    App4  50 treed acres. Walking distance to Govt, wharf and fer-  . ry terminal. Real investment,  $55,000. Terms.  SARGEANT BAY: 'Near new  2 bdnji home. Auto, heat,  fireplace in large living room.  Large, treed lot, garden and  water supply. Ideal retirement  close io hot fishing, area. $21,-  000 terms; "  SELMA   ParH  meeting, Ph.  Hall.   $5   per  885-9437,  7843'tfn  HALL for rent. Wilson Creejt  Community   Hall.   Contact  Mrs.    Diane   Anderson,   885-  "J385, 545f)7tfn  ftOUSEKEEFJNG W-M warm  clean,- private entrarioe,^ all  found, Working person, Selma  Park;,,phone 885-0535,  7. ,v,.,i ,y.y.JJ   :74564fn .  CENTRAL Sechelt, 3 BR suite,  all   electric,   stove,   fridge,  carport,  vssher, dryer, $175V  Phort^ 885-93(30,        *    7406-40  FURNiSJfEp 'units at winter  rates   to   reliable   working  tenants.   Madeira" Park   area.  ^"Write Bok "749^, c-o The Times,  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  7498-51  WILSON CREEK; 1 bedroom  hoyge, gas heat, hot water,  gas stove, fridge. No children  or pets, Suitable for older  ,couple. Phone 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 7506-tfn  3 BEDROOM A frame .at Rob-  erts Creek; $100 per month,  PJhone 112:926-1024,       7504-50  2 BEDROOM partly furnished,  waterfront suite in Sechelt.  Phone eves. 112-929-2498,  7495-50  PETS *'   " ��� ��������  WELSH Corgi pups $"20 each.  Phone 886-2908.    '     75^1-50-  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont)  "  '"   " ^f>   "Hm��0, **,-.,-m��m  01  ,jtt0",, .rm (-��� hbh ���**,  Vi TON Chev, '84, pieH up.  Good condition'. 885-2158,  63 RAMBLER In gopd* shape,  $450 cash. Ph. 885-2058. ���  7432-50  '68 DODGE Monaco, AtI condition, Hi. 883-2300.  ,      " 7460-51  0m0fmmf**tr'y/il'0>\ ^''i��mm��0*9fmiim-im0mii.��0iMm^Jimi!��i v -t    .  1969 OMC . 910, 4x4  "wayne  hubs, styleside, 350 V8. All ,  heavy duty equipt. Low mileage, condition Excellent. 1909  Ford F250, 4x4 warne hubs,  styleside, 360 V8. All heavy  duty equipt, Very low mileage,  condition excellent.. Ph. 883-  2243. 7492-tfn  FOR SALE cheap,. 1953 Mer-  ��� c'ury. pick up witli radio,  new rubber and battery, -Also  2 other trucks for parts included. Ph, 880-2441 eves.  7516*50  1960 VAUXHALL Victor, blue,  good ' running   order.   $150  cash,  Phone  885-2844   week-'  ends. 7508-50  CALL     .  J.  Anderson 885-2053 "**  S.  Anderson 8813-2385  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Selma    Park . DiVn.    885-2323  7497-50  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNIT  $$���$$���'$$$$$$$  EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE  Available for area. Ma,ny prov-.;  en profitable distributorships already established in  other areas. No selling req'd.  Only requires few hours a  week. Ideal for someone already with operating vending  route. Cash returns up "to 90%  on secured investment. No  franchise fees to pay. Solid-  Cash Business distributing,  well-known National Brand  Product. Minimum Cash required $2,500 secured by  equipment. This is a real money maker. For appointment  call Mr. Doyle (604) 732-3741.  Will.be in your area to select  distributor within next two  weeks. 7485-50  MOBILE HOMES  ONE monile home space available,    Big    Muple    Trailer  Park,   Wilson    Creek,    Phono  885- 0513.  7245,-tfn  KNIGHT Mobile Home, 2 bedroom with air cond, l'li. 080-  2720.      ' 7424-lfn  MOBILE Tlomo, 12x05, 2 beef-  rooms, complete with skirting and aluminum awning,  Only 2 year.* old, Phono 8(1(1-  7187,., 70(l(l-tm  DOUBLE wide, 2<lx(IO demonstrator, Can't find a place to  live? Move this homo to your  lot, 2 iulrnv fib In plumbing  and family room. Quality built  throughout, SiRTil'ioo al $12,-  500. To vlnw phone 1185-2153  al'Uir 11:00  p.m, 7flll(M  WANTED TO RENT  Kep C roil by  Jaek Whllu  Jay VIiWh*  f!li()-20im  iiiin-i*i);ir��  aiir>-2.ioo  7Ria.no  Irom  EARL COVE  A low lotu Mill available! on lliln 30 lot bubdlvlhlon, Priced  K500,,  MADEIRA PARK���*  Cliolco vlow loh mi 64  |ol  Mibd|v|niop_, I'rlcntt |/orr) ,1'4,000 |o  """" ""*' ���$ B (0 0 0.' So t ii ti c I ofi ir * >< 1V w 0 i ly f <> r I n 4 li< I i 11 a,  ���  COMMERCIAL PROPl-RTIES    .'  ........     , Matlno onil blmo    tninonl, '  iiiiHill,(janorul ���limit) * Moduli 11 I'niK.  lu",oi| nnd mailno - luiiioni, ,  R������rl Ituliy l.oKci,  NEW WATKRFRONT HOME  On 05 it, cholco \yamtroot,"this 'flpp'rov,*  1,700  fi,  ?  (or'  cinild bu 3) bodioom lionio liom ono lliird bonamnnl, rtOO w|,  ll,  uindocK,  nloctrlc  boot,   f'riro lncliido��>  Irln,  movo,  rnrpiil   find  rlropos, Pull prlco only VX.],'?i)h wilb good l��ml'n  "       EGMONT     '   '     ;  Appiox, AM) ll. ol wiiIoiIioiiIihjo on lbl*> (> nun lul, Pull ihM  %7'),DWl wild % 10,000 down.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  6ii50  HASTINGS  UUKNAUy  'I Hilim Ifiint homo wllli oxlm Inroo loonn., AA> huol, vnnliy'  Imiii,iiJiily   14  yo<,  yuiiim,  Inc. ol  lliipKifii, Only  (|>|0(y()0 |',l��r  '     ���     llf'ACII CAI1IN!". '*' "'  I'lm 2 bdun Ihioim <>n n|iproK, 2 ocro*, lyum n.uiovp ond lnvus.ll-  ijiiln ihl'Minwl 1i0,000 ii^fiy hnhdlii,  shmi w'.p, (for   ' 1- V  On OyMnr Uoy ���fl.'I'xMO' nlcnly trnml, Invnl,  pfuu n (jood' v|��wl  Only'1>3ft0ft I l\ kutnlleinl lormi ovnil.  -HAI-ANCP, AT <���%  1,5,000 DOVVN-  Apnr'iH, 3 her,, nl |��vo| vlnw prnpnrly 100' liom ulrit ii<i|i|i|��  In Wool Swclwli, INOTI'i d"/,i INTCKbST I* ATE I  jiiiif.li  SITES  Momu; HOME  Itovrm) lo|k ovnlloblo, '  Many othnr vlnw nnd w'atoilioul lali, In iho fendnr llorbnur mno,  REALTY LTP.  Madolra Park, D,C.  Phono Pondor Harbour 883-2233 * **��*  ROHrRTS'CRITK  Only '1' lull, 'Iia'x3li0' |uj clowi |o Iwuih, U.imju, A I'.O, Only  ���    HO'")..    l  ��� i.Arvr nu 1 1101 i-iAMi  "A"fow,,^l*lhP'p��0^'biiy'��'thnl-nrn''Ovo||qb|rrApr*ronr-l/:irr|,nrrfl-''n|''  |nv��l tinod liliio, lot In 'rtitlwH $'^,000 dn, 01 ��/.lirln Arh,, 100' |o  Mi|��dy U'nth lor cnly *J>IV0l) down, 1.1  LiOUIUO' |i,.| 111,   |illn<,m  '    'I May Morlna lor only %'ilo.l){���.(',     *  "Ronmiitbiii ihnl llm 'CAfill I'UYPR' h/r yuui piopi'iiy ionii>'i  -   ,     Vontauuvcr, II you reully wool lnl>tLL l|��ou |.lii��m n,�� ,  '        LlblliKlu Nuniliid", ,  ,i f  G. KNOWLES  29Q-0541  or 291-2881  Iioiii  A  J  WANTED TO BUY  SMALL   used   oil   heater   required, Phone 885-2845.  7523-50  USED  fridge  in   good  condition. Phone 885-9754.  7509-50  GOOD    used    piano  Phone 885-2232.  wanted.  7526-50  SIJLVER    female   .poodle,   .18  months old. Good With children.   ilVij"  high.  $40.  Phone  885-9797".  ' 7520-52  GOOD    homes    wanted    for &  beautiful Labrador cross pup-  *pies, 885-9532. 7518-50  HOMES  wanted  for  6  weelc-  oldtkittens. Pit 883-2746.  7525-50  FOR SALE  BOATS & ENGINES  32 FT. Gillnetter, A li^nce,  Chrysler Crown sounder,  goo'd condition, rigged with  herring seinin j y- .���; 2 ntit  ponds> one su e \ . ah suitable vessel 40 ... m more. Ph.  883-2336 or write Box 1, Gar->  den Bay" EJ"*CJ3;C.      7437-50  CARS & TRUCKS  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  ���v 8893-tfn  30" Bandsaw, suitable boat  building or shakes, $250. Ph.  885-9735. 7445-58  EASY washing  rnachine.  Appearance new and mechanically good. $50. Pk 886-2949.  7496-50  McCLARY "Charm" oil range,  1 \vhite enamel? Goodddndi-  tlon. $75. 885-9507. 7507-50  BEAVER table saw," complete  with   motor,   $95.   Ph.   885-  9809, , 7517-50  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint.���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  !  1966 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury  383,   four   barrel   automatic,  all power, must sell.  Leaving  country. Phone 886-7303.  7461-51  Cpmprej-ised air service  NYGREN'SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C)  ���te:..  Member of ,the MultiplejJJsting Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  WEST SECHELT " . No. 2364  Well maintained 2 bedroom homo, Rockslone Fireplace, Electric  Furnace, over an acre >vith 132 foot frontage, excellent water  view. Beautiful garden Wj|fo imported & native shrubs,, flowers  and bulbs, fruit trees & berries, Two heated greenhouses,' You  must see 10 appreciate. $15,000 dowp on full price of $24,500  or arrongo bank mortgage to suit al 9%, To"Vffew this excellent  home, Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves,  SELMA PARK No, 2317  78x1*50 foot loi on qulot street, gentle slope, good drainage, 2nd  growth timber, and area of good homes. Offered now at $5,000  with half cash, balance at $65 per month, l-eter Smith,  885-9463 eves,  MOTIIfllt   mid   five elilldron  u Will ly   raiuii'iui homo   to  run I,   Si-chilli   nri'm, I'll,   lllf[>-  01152,  YOUNG relliibio couple' 'wiih  ��� miuimi'mnlly, |(ood I'lifiirnii-  ci'K winli In nml 3 linilriioii)  liouiin liitlwi'i'ii Liinltdiilo mul  IhfliorlH CviwH nfloi'ivldn, hit,  1072. Will nulla Iiiifiirii II' 1100-  tWNHi'y, Phono 11110-20(17,  7IM-I-IM)  TUWANEK (SBCHELT INLET) No, 230 J  This delightful -4' yr, old'Cedar cottage, situated on a view lot,  near tho water, is a dandy hideaway, Ideal for a couple, Water  & Hydro in, basic furnishings supplied except beds, Oliorod at  q total price of $7,000, only $2,500 down, Seo this before you  1 , buy, Potor Smilh, 885-9463 eves,  SECHELT, No. 2363  Modern 3 or 4 bedroom homo on Vi aero view lot, Yard is fully  , fdncerl   wllh  cone, .walks, .blacktop  drive  and  double  carport,  Homo Is well finished and maintained, wljh outo/oll heat and 2  fireplaces, Only 20% down will put you In possession,    Pon Hadden, 805-9504 ovos,  WEST SECI-'IELT ���        7    *      .   No, 2296  Molillo homo alio. L,or(jo lol. 75x295, 1/3 clon'rod ond wo|| dug.  Hydro  and  phono  by, Comi  iirlcp only  $2,650,   Don  Haddon,  -.;.ti, 085-9504 ovos,,  WEST SECHELT '    '      : No, 2182  9'/j acroh qxcollonl holding property vdlli year lound spring ond  nlortu puiTip, Modohl  I badinom starter I101110, Good vlow silo with  grille ijlnpo soawoid, Rood ollownncii on 3 sldos, could bo sub-  'divided, zoned R 2, Try your oilers an $19,000 lull price,  Pon iWdiin, fl05^950'4 ovos, :  GIDSONS V , No; 2320  Lorgo wrap around minduck (for snow bollilng). nil dny rooms  Willi Island bfioMopo vluw. 3 bedrooms, en sullo bath, Ilre|)lacb  and 2 -ear-porl, Full bnnomonl |o bo (Inisliod lor *alo,'f,nvod rood  ond (IriVP, All fturvlcas burlwl, $10,000,00 down, Jack Worn,  1 006,2601 eves; ���  SEAVIEW SUBDIVISION ' No, 236)  $20,000,00, 2 Iwdifiom liunqnlow wllh dlimllu, living roorn with  ���(Iroploco,.carport-ar��l-e,torogo-pliisiltll|tr'Yf'rdS"nf l"|(|l'*o|S olid **  , r,(ip|)Ofir<h. Jock Worn, IH16-/6IJI evni),  SAKCiKANT HAY ARIA "  " ' Nn, 23!)9  VlrjW lot In iiulul ufturh r,po| Willi good llshliuj ot bund, $ti,000,00,  J.i(,k W.1111, (UIA-^II I,  fiAKGIAM 1 HAY   *^���"  Vlow  |u|   will)   2  U"d  ,    , , No ,23!)4  luiildino  Mifls,  $1)600,00,  Jock Warn,  006-2681, ' '  '  ROULRIb CKLLK v No, "23.10  Two bitilroorn lioinii   '1260  i.<|imio  leul, Vory cmnlorlnbln imii  nilrnctlvuly flecoroiml'* pinvo'nlnrii  location  on Whllfi" Avunuo;  ,nuor htnro und I'usl Olllco, Onion view, C, I', Gnthuicolo, fhoim   f,.,,..,  :'���       11(16-7015,  ACRbAdl, -K :   lUuliwny 101 ..- 12 ncius (1019)  '   Oiliwim    2.1 ntii-i. (230b)  (.illiMintt >~���Wmriv, (2109)  uiil|i:uliili��- C, R, (i(ithnrMil��-rllll6.70|  lu.  l��,  ASK FOR OUR FRFC CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Bo�� 128, Socholt  AGENCIES LTD,  x Phono B'8-3-2235  (n,8,0,E,)  '-���'!;;_  $*���  J  1  ���( y+t^t  ^�����U^*.!^,l,^'u|   ,  k^lh^hirfnvtirf^aM^f^riAi^h^Vt  ^^*-*�� "* ^ *^.*** **^**&>b&ki!ii*<6iifk&^  -���"���   -   ���       ^ l���--��, jr...... ..���,^^1,.;:    -1-*-��/-���, j*. ^* ^-7���.~-#^.ft.��� = ���.��������      ~ -^^af^rt^' -wu ^^-^iiw^^wSiZ^aiBia}^ ���^*  "3*. *Ss.&n*,*,r*-'c'Z*'t Zr"^"A~ ��!u ���.-,���*-���"**.      "^**'"1 ���few**!Si*<S?^S^,  3-A '^f3^i^^��k^/ p^��TjL2&&&&liV*  *-    "*      s   *��� *   *   ' /,  ������sA''^S^^. ^^fc^*****"^^ *'z��L��*4��fr��Si't^^  **^ ��������*���*�� *#**��(������    m.     ���  *  *  I p  FOR SALE (Continued)  "80C lb; or $1,00 coplced; also  frozen,   Delivery   on   Sunday,  ,8(18-2282 or 883-221) 1,    74a5-tJ!n  HRAI^n^O^ODS-Soyaln^-  *., dvvcls-di'ioii food - IweKwliejit  ; and wliolo .wheal floun, brown  r|cB nhsM or .Jong grain, J 11).  2!J <<ehis," ciofffVo. 1 lb. 90 cents.  duod Food Store, Ph. ftftfl-202,1  .lloburla Creek,  B.C.     t^"~  7430-1 .fn  BOOKS for Cbrh^rn^ Pierre  Burton's 'Lust SpiHe $10.  Land of. Mbqunina $7.05. Cru-  , soe of Lonesome Lake $13.50,  Birds of yaw-'ouvev $3,50. Outdoor Sportsman. Bibles $2.50.  Hobby Book.1*! and Cook Books,  ]3r. Souss and WoVnton Burgess children's books at The  Times Bookstore, Sechelt, (185-  WiiH. ,    7511-50  USE TIMES ADBBIEFS  FOR QUICK RESULT^  Brownies and Guides  again in full swing r  TWO Brownie* Packs and one Guide Com-  puny are iu full swing in Gibsons but  No. 1 CHiide Company has beeii 'plagued  by a lack, of leadership and is only now  underway with two new leaders, Mrs.  Mary -jStodUv ..and Mrs. Doiup .Forsythe.  The 2nd Brownie Pack will" be without a Brown Owl soon as Mrs. Evelyn  Sharhyell is mftvtng away from the area.  Anyone willing to lend a liaiui tu this  pack please phone Mis. Ann Thompson  at 886-7128. '"*'<i  __ lij-ownie and Guide uniforms are-  b^&^nGoded by some girls and there  must be some uniforms of ex-brownies  niid .guides lying forgotten in drawers.,  Any mothers having these outfits and  who are, willing tn give or sell them please  phone Mrs. Gloria Fyles, 880-7714.-and arrangements wi.ll be made to have tliem  picked up.  The 2nd Guide Company had a quick  look   through   lhe   CBC's   Molly's   Reach  two weeks ago and are .awaiting another,  oppprtiinUy when tbey._w.il!,see the cameras   in   action.   Thanks  go   to  the  crew  Who took time to explain some of the op--  erations   lo  lhe girls  during   their  rather-  unexpected visit.  On Friday, the 19th of this, mouthy tbe  LA is hosting a Coffee Parly for moth-  era of all Guides and Brownies. Leaders  will be present to answer 'truest ions. Anglican Church Hall, 10:00 a.m.���take an  hour away   from   the  Kitchen  and  come.  Girl Guide calendars soon to be on  sale, watch for them!  Paul St Pierre  f���, i       ������      ��������� ���    ��� -       ��� ��� - -1      - - n  ,���Letter from Parliament Hilt  UNITED Nations, New YorK���Some notes,  scratched on tlie bacK of the Order  Paper during the tang night when United  Nations voted to  seat tlie People's fto-  pulihe of China and  cast ndiifl the deje-  Ejvlion from Taiwan.  ... Ii is only by  chance that ' I (\m  here. Tbe^JVssenibly' ^  was expected to end  tys sitting at abo\it (1  p,m. today, the votes  to come (omon ow,  'I Seized by a sudden  impulse, they decided lhat aJltJiuesUons must pass tonight.  I had been late in my--office ��t tbe Ca-  " nadian Mission, turned on the speaker  system which pipes Assembly debutes |o  Vis, discovered then at 8 p.ni Unit great  events were in progress and hurried over.  Now all six seats of the Canadian delegation are filled. So are ihoSe of almost  all  the  other  countries.  ....A procedural motion. The Utt|1j?cl  States seeks priority for its move lo have  the China question declared an Important  Question, requiring a two-thirds-favoring  vote- Voting is electronic and can-4**e  extl-emely rapid. "In a simultaneous .vote  delegate^ need nlily push the red,-yellow  or green "button for no, abstain or* yes.  The ligiil flashes opposite their country's  name at the fronted: the room, the computer clicks and the totals "shine out of  the board.  But the mood is tense. The delegates  demand the slow, ro" ea'l vo,e 'i'ld the  lights go on one by one.  Canada votes no but we are not in  lhe majority. The U.S. motion is given  priority.  ...Speeches-, .charges, counter-charges,  points, of orcleK M^ny appearances by tbe  ubiquitous Mr,- Baroody, a locquacioqs  elder statesmen of the U,N. He reports,  not to the sWdi Arabian foreign affairs  ministry; but   directly to .the King. The  * w  K    ^.     a<   -.         1 fl"              1     ���,  ^sW  7<*   : ���/<">,  S i3'  1 *><> ,.      \>t  * *    7    '*'*.  7*  ���* -  *y * lr  K  i.    i s  .  a              '    V  < < J  I  > * }>  J  ��� - - 1 .  The Peninsyla Times . Page A-5  Wednesday, November 10, 1971'  PBNDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  (Undenominational)  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CUSS  ~ *"- 9;45 A.M.  Madeira park ��� 983-2374  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M,  Potior Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd -  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sundoy School ��� 10:00 q,m.  Chtfrch Service ��� 11 $15 a.m.  N Evening Service 7;30 p.m.  - -PASTOR REV. S'. CABSELLS  ��� *������*"  Ppvls Bay Bond opd Arbuhii  (2 block; up from Highway)  School libraries ...  V Book Week  IV'  ���f. , 1  WW���MMMOMMMMMmilrtll  HWIIWI IIIXttMMmfMMMuTj  A SPECIALTY  '^TlWl;       f  -    /repairing  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  WITH US  ^WELCH'S Chocolates  FINE  SWISS  WATCHES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  SecMf, BC. 885-2421  fact that Mr.-Baroody is a-Christian from  Lebanon is just ope puife, of the strange  fa<'ts of life here.  ..; At one point, Mr. Baroody charges  from the podium that the Swedish ambassador had .passed aij insulting remark.  The Swedish delegate.takes J-he:...pQdiyiT|..  to deny .it. 'Ambassador! Yvon Beaulrie,  Canada's Permanent Representative," also  takes the podium. Briefly he states "Mr.  Baroody overheard a private conversation between myself add the Swedish  ambassador." Laughter and some applause. -  (Later I aslced 'our anjfiassador if we  had made a ."tf'e-lopg enemy of Mir,  Baroody and Sadcli Arabia. "Of course  not," he said, "1 went around 1o see the  olrj geniIonian later and he kissed me on  the cheek. That's as friendly as. ymrcan  get.") '. *"������    ���  ... The crticinl vote comes. The crucial  vole is not on the adfnisjsion of the'Peking  government to tbe tIN..The United States  Uself is on rftcprd as" favoring the removal  of Taiwan from the ��� August' Security  Council and, the. sea|.ii\g.of the .-People's  Republic. The U.S. does,;howevei, seek to  retain a seat in the Assembly for tbe old  ally.whuih i| .so Jbijg supported.  This vote js crucial.bpcause the Americans seek U> have the iifiatlev declared  an important .question requiring a two-  thirds vote, Tw(5-|.hirdrt- might be impossible to attain. The alternate U,S, move  to seal both countries iii" the Assembly  and Poking in ,tho Council might Ihen  succeed.  J- ,,. Tho- order' of "voting is chiison liy  lot, the pro,sidoi|1.* fvlr, Malik of Indonesia  picking a luiine i'roni a hnn. It procoinls  Ihoreafler alphabetically,    ���  Hy luck of Iho di'aw,'Caiiftdn.is first  ELJUMENTARY school, libraries��� in the  Distriel will, have several specialiiap-  peniiigs dviring and after Young Canada's Book Week, November !1>-2��J, in this  Canada's cehtepnial year. District Libra  rian Allah J. Crane t,\\t\ librnruins Mrs  Doris Fuller of Gibsons Elemental'-  School and Mrs, Murrie Redman of Se-  .ehelt JSIismeiitary School have been" working on a programme which will include  special displays, contensts and open  bouses throughout the Seho'pl District.  Open house in the libraries of Gibsons  Elementary School will be held from  7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.in. on:^Wedngscfay jNa-  vember 2*\ oh" whicli"elate parent/ teacher conferences are to be held.  Sechelt Elementary School will be  awarding prizes for the best book marks  designed by their students. Successful,  designs will be duplicated and hook marks  given out to the students,  .... An evening ������"���'display"'' iii tlie sobobl's  library is planned to coincide with other  school activities, the date to be announced.  It js also hoped to be�� able to announce  dates for open houses in the libraries at  Longdate and Roberts Creelj Elementary  Schools. Madeira Park Elementary School  "will be holding open house in its library  I'rdm 3 p.m. to ?L$Mn. on Wednesday November 17, a &f\y on. which.parent/teacher  interviews are also to be scheduled.  t A* contest is being arrangecj for sUi-  deuls, (if Bbwen. ���Islantl] Bavis -Bay, E^-  mont, Halfmoon Bay,* Langdale, Madeira  Park and Robertjj Creek Elementary  Schools: Five prizes will be awarded to  children from ft to 10 years-t,Id who submit the best illustrations for a favorite  bonk and five prizes for children from  10 up who subiiii| the best...essays....on:.thfe  "Topic,'"My I'avftriie book character". These  will be judged by district librarian Allan  Crane.  Jtecpiit years have seen a great upsurge in the use of aii'in-print (audiovisual) materials in schools'bijt books  haye lost .none. Of. their .fascination in tlie  process.- Tlie book allows tbe readers to  conjure up Ihe picture i'or themselves-,..'  Young Canada's Book Week draws our'  attention to the continuing ���importance  ol books.  Book World  Enjoying the new library facilities  al Seciielt Elementary School, stih  dents take a keen interest ih books.  Next week is Young Canada's Bqok  Week and throiigJiout the district,  schools will feaiuiie. special --display-is -  to coincide with parent-teacher con^-  ferenceS.  ;  The Anglican Church  of Canada  SERVICES  ST. HILDA, SECHELT  Every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.   ,  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE, REDROOFFS  2nd & 4th Suiiday^ in-the month at  3;00 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1st & 3rd Sundays in the month at  2:00 p.m.  EGMONT  1st & 3rd Sundays in the mpnth at  4:00p.m.     -* . ���"  Priest: Rev. D. Popple, 88579793  The United Chtrrcli of Cqnada  SERVICES  .    St. John's United Chiirch - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9;3Q q.rp.  "������ Roberts Creek Unjted  Sunday-Services -2:30 pirn,  Gibson^ Uriited Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Me|lon United    Sunday Services - 7:3Q*p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)^ .... ...J  > Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886;2333  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MerfrKjid" bhcj Trpil, Sechelt  Synidqy Schpol VOt-OQ Q.rn.  Morning Worship 11:15 q.m.  CAUVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd, Gibspns  Sunday.Schoij' 9:45 am.  Eyenihg Worship 7:00 p.m.  ���   fast-or, Robeii Allaby  (885-2809)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  .     YOU.  Recycling Awareness  RECYCLING , . , A,-bjg job, and an urr  '     yeiit ono. Only'two people can  n��gin.  Ibis work; yoii and nib, What can wu cl.o  now an lhe Sunshine Coast?  Here are a  fpw ideas for starti-ng:  1." A   cnmpnsl.   heap   lo   got   oig*anic!i  ,bnciU to llio soil,  , !", Colloot niid fodii'ii pop cans nnd  bnor boll Ion to local depots, such n.s Hen-  nor'a SI ore,  3. Old t.'loUif's and rags (if clean and  nlwirbiMil) nri!  wolconiod   al   llic  Thrifl  l,(.L..yoi<i  ^.  Mm I'horc has 1hm>h a flurry of nniond-  intMiin, including ninny, from Miv Jiarnody,  whu wants his voltul on imragrapli by  piii'iH',riiph. "Aro \vc mvo wblt'li voiiithiH  UNEMPLOYED TEACHERS  Any certified tfitich(?r*i rosidont In School District No, 46 who orfi  tinomploypd nnrl who linve hopn so,fil<lna omplnyme'nl",'qro qskerl lo vvrito  to Iho Socholt Toochora' Ansoclotion, Dox 770, Gibsons or phone Mrs.  Rankin, fl8!i��97fl7, Information ir. -iiocilorl to complelo q survey holnfj  condiictod hy tho B,C, Teachers'PorlorolIon, ,        , ��  '     m   ���  "���   i^00m*00,i h n * lUmima^t.t*+W, ^i��ip    iMuamh  .�� <\.>.U\\,).IH\1*U 11 ih|��|-|tft>l��M* III*! "ft"!-!*!. . I^si��, -  ', ' l!l   -1'      nt.   J It    lifll   \t\. ,'n||i <I||.-       |> 'i i^i. >(  ui-i'-JklM MmI-1-IO- llli��''<HlI-}i.|l��lfi}'(.ll|wl*,i[��ll) '  iHti*> t*l��i)-i*���� ,*V lrHMi-J i Ji��irt��1l Hm��M��m|i ii ��������i*i��i-*iv  iJUnH. i^:< AN-n-lfri'WMi'  J\$W,Hf\\'}l')"ir'.-l Hi- I'HV'iOrJfMl'iv; .MUtnlM-m  ���ir)i-l IHI' <�����-(')? I !|ll��lM4f��Jf f��f��*l M*Nl i*)\(*lO��- HLII,-/.IM,|J|  il!*;l0i*iIkSl4V^lIM*,,f��lM" Hlfl'lrfl'Ml llilil'l .|iii��i (��ini|t  JMri'h'|��l^f,;i(��l,l,'*��i��Ji\V;.|Mi��l*��l|Hiil'1*��'ifci.|>l��t.lM  Mlti��h>v>'iM'fMl-lilH*1fi!li- \fi\-\}\l* <*>M��|>)on  AvaJliibltiNiiw At  "THE TIMES BOOKSTORE  Phono 0OS.">fiS4  is?", hiivh tlm Ambiisnador, "I'm nol," I  ,sa id.  -���- ||0 InltOR llin KOIl.'liJllO COUI'KO, WIllU-  ll IU down iho iiiHh}, n big rnmpli'd mnn,  Ills iwo iirniK ontiiprcnd, Wc wind lo ho  "finro, "hii Hiiyti, 'cxnclly wlilcli poin'l (if  procedure \v���o |iiU'n reached.  TI11111   lii*  (Milium  back   and  ciihIr   llie  first  vole; No, Tbo ,'i'VSI  light  I'lnsheH,  This Ih llie vole llial has always l>��'��i"  IiihI hIih'c llllll, Mul lhe tide hat-Jiil'iicd.  Tho iSdiiiidiiuiyliin coiinirleH also vole, no,.  Hn diuiH Ireland, Ho does Mrilain, Kliud  coiini, rill ���iijiidnrtl, fif) In favor, If�� alislaiii-  'hill and IwiraliHcul, ,  ��� ,.,The Taiwan d'dogailop��� walks out,  Tlio AinericiiiiM Hlnnd an Ihey leave. Hn  dn a few oilier delegnien, IV|(imI are iillenl,  The Taiwan "AnilniHHiidor ,|a mil 'hen*'.  He, Inn,'did not expect lhe vide loiilfjhl  nnd In In New Haven,. Cluiinccilcpi, mak-  l,i)(( a'Hpeocli,        ,; .      ���  .,.. In lhe laid voir*, which rop|acon  ��� Taiwan wllli l-nMiui' In evi^ry part uf UN  1 licllville'H, Iiiii liniidwiiMun i'"��llMi The It.M.  In iilniin ninnnii Hie NATO ntdlons lii'vrtt-  ing iin, (Jreece aliHtalnR, All nlhci'ii, vute  yen and lhere In n itasp of nppiir��*iil tiin-  |irlH��i wlien J'orliiiial Johm llie j'eii voles,  The final cniinl, 7(1 yes, ;U> uu, 17 ab'  slnhilng ami ihrcu alwnnl, China beinji ���  ipnonii Ihnse three, A two-lhli'ds vole,  Tin* Alh'tnlnn ileleiiale noim lo the  podium nn smile pnlnl of order ubiii'iire lo  mo nml ho||lim an atlip'k upon linperlnl-  luis, wnr iiinnnern and pllmi' **iuiiiiU*h of  ���L��., UI��.��,, I��*?MI> I u,,. M U1 ly �����I���� Ioh�� 11 m n ��'' Wfl I le ** (11��I,  nill'.'l I'MXMUt Hi"))!,  .,, Wu iiinlui our way io bed, by ein^  basHV earn, hy yellow taxln, thrmi'th llm'  Hoiniitii fitroiilH of Mftiihiilliin, dlnilyllt  by llm wldoly-Hpaced nirmol |��iinpn, paht  llin Mhutteri'il wlil'lowii, Hm, ��arlia|(e piled  nl- l|in HldewalltH, |lm Immli' finur��n wivii  in the HhadoWM of old, urey bulldlniju.  'For Famous  (BE11BOT  .���'BOATS'  PACIFIC  ~ ^ BOATS- -  290 W; 3rd; Ave     ,-  Vancouver 10, B,C,  8745919  ������Food for thought  Shop. ��  l   4.'C!pan aJyiiiinupi. such as fqil, pans,  J  clc. is aceptpd iby junkmen, as are brass,  copper, old batleries and radiators..  ft. Give surplus paper bags to the  Thrill Shop or some small business that  pan 'use (hem. Save (heni for lunches,  garluiye, clc. Plastic hflgs can be .washed  and re-used . . . and avoided when possible! ]"*i,scoura{'e lhe' Ktores . from being  overly generous willi lings and packing.  - (i. Avoid Iho ovei* packaged product  When you have a choice , , , you'll cut  down ��� on wasle, and maybe on cos) a,s  \ve||l -I ���     7   '���  ���7, ITue a nnn-phnsphnlo delergent, but  keep il away from .small children.  -IL.TIpnk, l}Vice before, you use papor  plnle.s, lowels' napkins, etc. I'ass iiiagn-'  i-.ines nu to sniiieiine whi,),will enjoy Ilium,  and let yinir kids recyclo Uie form let-  lues, junk mall, shirl nwllmnrdN and oili-  or paper ,ynu'd niirmally burn, by drawing or Horlbhlln/i on Iho dean side, Yuu  will nul only be ma It in I.; Iheni aWiire'of  saving their enviroiiinonl, you inay" c,||s-  euver an art isl I , ���  The nio'tlVor of |i, sludeul miriie ropoiMs  n high rate of lurn over in linr (laughter's  ejiiHi'l, Hecenily llie ulrl mml her a Inrge  I'lirdboiird box lllled wilh dihcarded  elolheii and labeled: Terminal and Innper-  (iblif, .  p *  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is q service Of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Time? direcflfpr free listings, specifying "Ppte  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait th&ir turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carfy full details.  * Nov. 10-��� 8 p.m. Sechelt Legiqn .Hall, Pingci7\  Nov: 11^���8 p,m, Pender Harbour Cpriimunity HqIL. Btngo;>-  - ������ -  Nov. 12���10 q.rp,-.liJ:,3P'p)m,,5||j?p^;.y^  Nov. ,J2���8 pj**6echelt Mibn Hall, Binflo.  '  Nov. 15���2 R.rn, Health Centre; Gibspns. O.A.P.O. Bronch"38^ Regular  Meeting & Flection of officers.  Nay.   15���7:30 p.m. Madeira Pqrk Legion Hall. Sr. Citizens Branch  80  Regular Meetinp, .   - ���        '  Nov.  18���1 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Sr. Citizens Branch *S9 Regular  Meeiing.  Noy. 20���2-A p.m. Roberts Creek Hall, Eastern Stqr Fall Bazaar.       |  |viov. 20���-8 p.ni.-l a.hi. Wilson Creek Hall, Community. Dance,  Nov, 21���7,30 p,m, Welcome Beach Holl. Film. Show-r-Japan,  Nov.. 29���12 Noon deadline for Sphpol Board, /y^unicipial andj^eoional  , f*oard nomlhntiohs.   ,       , ,  ., ��� -' '  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE   OF REAL ESTATE  Multlpla Lifting Sprylp*  Vancouver ncaVUlaX*  XrnatA  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Mil  PM  m  Wfm  .CAKE MIXES  Robin Hood f*��  Pouch Pock 3 for  ORANGES  130's  ,,.,,, J.W.U  lbs,  CiilRY  OP.  SpPiE JUICE  Standby, 48 o*.  for  SMOKED  TO QUALITT MEATS  COOKIES  3 Vorlerloi  LUNCHEON MEAT  12 ox,  MEAT PDES  BANQUET, 8 ai,  DETERGEN  Xbrllr, 32 or,   :  Who*? II doot, ��ho iji^i 0OO^(  ay  h\ ���*.  I 1  "���*���" J '"I<"1"1'  '     '       '"���   '   I   i    it���r - 11 j i i   ii n ., H .j ���i..g.i.J i.   . .��� c  i  X  \  >f  I   ^  1  t  1  >  '.  ���  I  i!  a  ��    *  i  }-���,*���  :*** 3  i**<a  *���    V.   1?  ���{Mr  �����^  IWfcir te tlt-w&nti.'dlurfciT What me tfie , weighted   aeeovduig    to   the   population  duties of the Regional Board? \  4   booklet published by  the ' department  of municipal affahs a��?/v ow /�� "row** theie  o\td other questions. ^  %'  "T"n�� following i\ based on e,\vei'pl.\ /u>(H;  J/l��it booklet. "Hi'xional DiUiicts." j  The concept of regional districts materialised in the mid-1960's.  ������ By then it had bqu>pid increasingly (  , clear that the existing municipalities in'  the i province were no longer adequate  vehicles, for providing certain services to;  the public,  The fractionali^alion of communities  by restricted municipal boundaries made  it difficult and often inefficient to provide many services on the scale required  by tho community as *a whole.  Tlie obsolescence of municipal boundaries for some purpose \yas largely due  to tlie rapid changes in transportation  and to the exceedingly rapid rate of  population increase-in. most major communities'  Rather than establish" each regional  district by rigid special Acts, the legislation provided .that the regional districts  would be established, and their powers  set out by le'tters patent issued by tlie  provincial cabinet. In this way. the consensus of the people in each region and  the uniqueness (- of each area could be  reflected. This method'allows the regional  districts to' evolve function by 'Junction  to suit the particuW region.  The first six of these regional -districts  were'created before Uie end of iS^jind,  by-tlfe���end' Trf~n)68r28 regfonaf districts  had been established encompassing the  entire province except for a small, sparsely inhabited area in the nortli\vest corner.  i Regional districts'were ndt conceived  as a fourth- level of government, but are  a functional rathev.than a political amalg^  amation. The powers of the regional district were limited strictly to those granted by letters patent in each particular  case, an it was up^o the people in the  region, with- the consent, of the municipalities and;.-. electoral areas, to. decide  what functions the regional district would  perform. Since the concept -;.^as.,first.in^.  troducedr^lfa^^  liave been grafted,  Generally, these functions are matters  of over-all provincial concern.. ���'��� ���  , Another feature of the regional district  concept which distinguishes it from a  fourth level of government is the repre-  sentational"''"sc'h*eme'.EMuniei  . liad ejected councils to represent their  people, but tliere were no establiglied  ejected bodies to speak for tlie people  not within-a municipality.      , '    -v.  To provide representation from the  nonmunicipal areas, parts of the; regions  were divided into electoral areijls whicli  wete, designated pieinber mynicipalities  ��� for regional district purposes. The -"Regional Board is composed of. directors  appointed by arid from the coiincijsv in  the case of the incpj-pDratetr^iuiiicipal-  ilies, and by direct election from the electoral .areas.   Voting   on "the   board  Is"  represented by each > director  Bearing in mmd that it is the region  itself and its component members which  basically determine what the powers and  functions of the regional ,'district are to  be, the representational scheme provides  the necessary crops-communication between the components and the regional  district and indeed secures co-ordination  between- the. activities of the individual  municipalities and the electoral areas of  the region. The assumption of powers  by the regional district as they evolve is  based upon continued negotiations and  dialogue between the board and the participating municipalities and electoial  areas,  Tha power to tax is inherent in tlie  concept of government Regional district?  do not hayejhe power to impose general  pi operty taxes qn their t own to secure  levenues, but requisition on the municipalities and electoral" areas  Any decisiory of the Regional Board  is 'appealable to the inspector pi municipalities by any municipality or electoral  aiea  sThe- assumption of a function by a"  regional distuct.does not necessarily mean  more government In fact it usually means  less. Such functions as trunk sewer and  water, garbage disposal, recreational facilities are merely a "jurisdictional transfer  from municipal and other local bodies  to the regional district. By undertaking  these functions' jointly through the Regional Board, very often a higher level of  serviegjs' puovidecLalong-with-the-benefU-  of economics of scale. Often the individual municipalities could- not in isolation provide such a service,  In-addition to the specific functions  granted to each particular., regional district, it is inherent in the structure that  the Regional Boards become the regional  presence or; voice in tlie over-all scheme  of governmental decision-making in matters relating to the region as a whole.  This does not mean that the legislature  and administrative responsibilities of various provincial departments will be seconded fo the Regional Bosrds. What is  sought is0 a mechanism whereby the needs  -and ; aspirations of the region can be  focused ahd considered in the decisionmaking process regardless of where the  legal jurisdiction lies. In other words, cooperation!  Where" the jurisdiction over a particular matter is local or- regional, one  would expect .that ..any decision .--.which-  \Vouid affect the provincial or otjier gov-1  ernmental agencies would not be made  witliout consideration of the effect upon  any such agency and its jurisdiction, and,  conversely, wliere. the matter -is within  the jurisdiction of X provincial government department, the views and advice of  thp locaJ or regional government woiild  be'sought where it might affect their  jurisdiction. Thus tliere is developing a  hey concept of government not based so  much- dif tlie rigidity of legal jurisdiction  as upon the,need to co-ordinate the decision-making processes .of various levels  Of government.  i*5fcS  **&  MP*  /.'|{-J-v*���-^  ,���r-#*~~*\.  r'.^r, **  v-^  .00- <  9J -: 0  0  it-  j j'^JJK  '  ���*   i  >s .M *       \_ A  :\j*A$i.  &  \  ^ ��� i  '���.'.  *"*""?*&  $L  "TL  *m\~mr** ��� 0  4^  Selma Park Community  pioneers .witli a fine banquet to celebrate the presentation of 1971 Pioneer  medallions awarded B.C. residents  who were living in Canada prior to  January ISt, 1897r Pictured from  left;  3elma Park Centennial Conv  At Selma Park ...  i*  *  < ���  Pioneer Celebration^  honored Jinittee chairman Mr. Frode Jorgensen, Mrs. Alice Batchelor who presented the medallions "and pioneer?,  Mr. Arthur Richard Crawley, Mrs.  Emily Frances Huntington Camphell  and Mr. Charles Foster accompanied  hy his wife Mrs. Elsie Foster.-  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Ppst Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885.2333  Res, 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10;30 a.m. to 5i30 p.m.  Saturday 9;30 o,m. to 1:00 p.m-  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  Large gathering hpnoilrs  Pioneer medal recipients  MORE than sixty friends and neighbors  gathered to" shower congratulations on  -Selma Park" residents who qualified for  the British Columbia Centennial Pioneer  Medallions, at banquet held at the Casa  Martinez.-onJiunday. October 31st.  Pioneers   honored   were   Mr.   Charles  Foster who was born in Glasgow, Scot  land, coming to Canada just months af  'ionsliip and ' excellent banquet.,  Selma , Park's' Centennial project has  been the remodelling of the kitchen and  improvements to the .community hall  which also includes a library.  The Hev, William Rodda of Salisbury,  England, doesn't mind parishioners play-  ling bingo at his church hall, J3ut instead  ter his birth with his family who settJed   fof "Bingo!"  winners are asked to shout  .a Carnduf/, Saskatchewan. Mr.( and Mrs  Poster   recently r celebrated   tfieir   50th  wedding anniversary and  both  play an.  active  part in  community  affairs.  Pioneers, Mr, Arthur Richard Crawley  and  Mrs.   Emily   Frances   Campbell   aro |  brother  and  sister  who  were  born  at  Sydney,   Cape   Breton,   N.S.   A  surveyor* ���  and engineer, Mr. Craw;!y has beeni-close-*''  ly connected with the growth of the Province.  Unable   to   attend   thc . banquet,  .Mr,  John Arvid Nelson will receive his medallion at  a  later date.  Born  in Sweden,  ��� Mr,   Nelson   came   to  Canada  as "a " boy  settling in Winnipeg; Manitoba.  Master of cerernonies at the pleasant  celebration was Selma Park Centennial  connnittee chailinaii Mr. Frode .Jorgensen,  .���Mrs*: Gladys Batchelor who .lived for  many years at Selma Park presented the  mpdallions and certificates to the pioneers who thoroughly enjoyed the compqn-  I "Amen!"  or  "Hallelujah!"-  NEED TEMPORARY  QFFLCJ_HfLEI���!  SOS  SECRETARIAL  OFFICE SERVICES  cqn supply skilled  * Secretaries  * Stenos  * Copy Typists  * Receptionists  * Bookkeepers  By hour, day, week or month  Phone 886-7326   ,  Also offer PHONE-IN dictation  qnd typing service , . , some  day delivery,  yifiiiMtiiiftiitiiiiiiiiuitMititiiiititmimw^  \  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  S      l��ti-:'r!i  ��       "V  *2       IV*  I  1971  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of the herein cited  ELECTORAL" AREAS of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, that I,  require the presence of the said electors at the, Regional District Office,  Davis Bay, on Monday", the 29th day of November, 1971, al the hour  of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing persons  to-represent them as Directors for each ELECTORAL AREA of the  Regional District as hereinafter specified;  Electoral Area Term of Office  "A" Two years  "C" Two years   "  "E" Two years -  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be-as follows:  Candidate's shall be nqpiinated for each ELECTORAL AREA in writino  by,two duly qualified electors of the respective electoral areas concerned. The nominal ion-paper shall be'delivered to the Returning  Officer at any time between the date of this notice and noon of the  day of nomination. The nomination-paper may be in the form prescribed  in the Municipal Act, arid shall state the name, residence,'and occupation of the person nominated in such manner as to sufficiently identify  such candidate. The nomination-paper shall bo subscribed to by thp  candidate, The procedure for the election is contained in Pari III of Ihe  Municipal Act,  Electoral Area  "A"   J!A"'  "A"  ��� 0tpn  Chockmato  CIionn (Mill) Is a fjolng concern i\\.  ttuclipll. 'Klui'uun'lnry Scliool where  curronl (*l)nhi|)lon nl'lor luul, Krltluy'u  fiiiiiln l-rVVnyno. .l-lillll|)N>on loll, who  (.'liockiunltul opponent Dnvhl Nont-  .iiihtiidiu.oxclUuH^Hnnio-wu'l.choil-hy'  liiiiiioi^iiip ,'Unnlloy .hio nnd Murk  Whylo, 'Tins foyer 'in lliu now nchool  whih* provhlcs n plouNuul KollhiH for  cluh ncllvilloH nml dlsplnyK,  In the event of a poll being necessary, suqh poll will bo oponod at: ���  Polling Station  .Egmont Elementary Sehoo  ���    Madeira Park' Elementary Schoo  Pondor Harbour Motel, Garden Day  Dav-ia Bay Elementary School  i    ''ElphlnsldiiQ Secondary Schoo  on the 11th day of Doconibor, 1971, between the hours of 0:00 o'clock  ^    in tho forenoon qnd 8:00 o'clock in tho qftornoon, of which oyofy,person    fe  fc    |s hereby required'to, take notice and govern him"?oll ���accordingly,     Jt- ' S  Giyon under my hand qrpgvis liay Ihis 10(h day of Npvombor( 19/  '   . ���    .. ..,      ..'. '      I      '        G, E. GIRARD,  ��     7 .>'��������� ="- ���'*������ '     "RelMmlng Officer  ^/w/////////////////w^^  COLEMAN  HEATERS,  ,    LAMPS nnd  STOVES  ��� ��� i ��� u i -  ALL TYPES OF PACKDOARDS  HUNTING CLOTHING  GUNS ond AMMO ,'.,.'  -SCOpband BINOCULARS  IWGREfNI SALES  __.(1971) ltd."  on Gibson�� Whorf  Phono   006-9303  -  Glhionj,   fl.C.  If  ty  *L0.  .     1*1  *��"���>  ��*��#  'hl.ll ���O   t-J.\.     .������.*f,WtH',.-,,ii lt*hr.  i <  .���'- '     .���:  \ '  ...... * Oil  "i i i��iw^, m.iw ,i  Pra'*-'l.  OHANCH No.   140  im  ^YAI  iw  \-j0  *\w  'IS*  W  IEGDON  '      BOX 47  -  SECHELT,  O.C.  ��     * 0     I     \0    S     |  * r*\*t .(Sjij^fcfr^fciflJj^^BM'^W^^k^Hijfl'Ni^lwn'^P'M^'^Wfft^y **���*���**  -v.TJ.'i .',v���-������:���. ���f",-^:rA...-.v,��.>���.���.:.-������. p'~*>"���< :*��-��� -* ���-��� ,4^.'V4"i;'**N'r'',VV'^'*.-; yj& y-AJ':^J^'i"V^J ' �������� ������*;-^������'  ****** ��� % "I    *      * 1 *��..��< T'��)LVt��B.����^<^w��v*��w"* ���.-*-*������*�������� ^      * ti '���-���-�� ���..      ���*-,���!��   -J *"��� V*v ���   <TI  u    ,,  ^  Social event planned1 r  for Senior Citizens   \ [  SUNDAY, Nov. 14 from ,2-4* pTpT, there  will be^ ppclal afternoon for aJU.-Sen-  iov 'Cituens and elderly people at; the  SecheJt Elementary School. A Social Centre lor Senior Citizens? in the Sechelt Ar- \  ea is- sadly lacking, and we are very  grateful to the Sechelt School Board! fo* ��,  the use of a room, pt no charge. *        \  Transportation is, always a proble*^,   f*  so it you have a cai al yonr disposal for    l-j      ,  -Sunday  afternoons, and would hke to   f^*-?*-  Pick up some older persons, phpne 8(15-    y     '  9772. We can probably give you a (list of/    :  names of thQse m your neighborhood redlining a  lift. Also, if you  are ow?o)f  thohp-who need tianbRort<ttmri, plione''the  above number, and we wtfi s>ee what we  can do about it " ,  Do come and take Ihis opportunity <\o  gel to know your neighbor belter, Brmg  aldng some games or your knitting o?  whatever you .w^h Anyway, come.  Meetings aie planned for every week,  same place, same- time, No chaige   Re  * t  *&, un fof4��wx%<m^*e*v  ljV��j  NINSU  IS*?-/  ��- t  ..i  *  Fi  . n n  *^ *}���**. i  A.  -*���*  /'  Section 8  We tfnesdpy, November IQ, 1971  Pages* 1-4  IpM-aa*^^  ^il<$i��i&^^  THMUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL IS PRESENTING THE  AWARfcWlNNINQ. JOHN OLIVER SCHOOL CHQfft,'  CONPUCJEp BY THE WEIL-KNOWN MR. T��0 REPEL  AT ELPHINSTONE GYMNASIUM/ GIBSONS  FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY<  SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 21st qt 2-00 p,m.  Admission���$1.50 for adults ��� $1.00 for students and OAP  .    EVERYONE WELCQME  &)&''  freshmej\ts will be served. Remember the |S -  ** * 7  date, Nov. 14, 274 p,m. 3e seeing you! P^fi      > .  Melody,��� hiril-?i,& laore k"~\  Theatre H���  u   TWO nights left to sge  "Peter Rabbit v'    ,*    ] 'A'      ' Almost Farewell  and Tales of Beatrix Potter", an ex-    Caretaker of a number of Thonpanhy    was*  something different about the   peared. Large tract of land had fafllen  l'f>llonl        mnclnol Violin* Mn^tAtvinvm        -Prw* ���*���     *. t t r��      . tf >     *fi     t ��� t*     i i    ���: ' 1 .    j.  ���_��� Al.  *^ . 1'    i ai " t** ��� ii  the iporriing.  were not qc-  ^om'^h^ym^^ev 'aiid'Tadc   morning. First he noticed thattee  Wild (the artful dodger) in a mischievous  comedy-drama in whiOh Mark Lester is  aitraoted to a female classmate of the  sarpe age. Intent on manying. Matk and  his new" girl friend skip classes and end  up'i getting into quite a lot of trouble.  Plenty of t'uh and games for all ages in  this movie, ���  "Hptel" returns again for all those  who. missecl it the first Ume and "all the  fans, of that olhev -Arthur JlaUey success, ''Airport1'.. All the drama you could  ini*agit}.e in a grand hotel; intrigue in every  hallway and a mystery behind every dppr,  Starring Rod Taylor, ICarl Maiden and  .Others in a gjounded version of "Air-  port"; Jfohnny C^sh is coming soon!  Tirget windows clean and sparkling,  wash them with a cloth soalced in vinegar, '{'hen dry the glass with newspaper.  p-mmm0wn0w*t*,vm0m0*r0m0mmn,uv*u^00n0mim0m0H,0n0mmi-4  ' Wedniesdby, 8100 p.m7  LAST DAY TO SEE  Peter ^bbit rito/  T:  It R'K^HMl't) IfY (WNCJ-HSOF  THF* j fi  [iiHS^#  \AfJ  *-,,   rrcr*4  Thursday 11 - Friday 12  Evenings at 8;00 p,m. j  MATINEE Sat., 13 - 2s06 p.m.  General  Senior Citizens hold  Opori House?  Owner of this -summer home, Ron  Steward of Vancouver, was one of  i ��� JA '   . 0*m\t t it l  Sat, 13 -Sun. 14-Mon, 15  Evening* at 8|00 ft,m, ���  SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT  HOTEL  (by author of ���"Alrpofl')  Starrinfl I'ocl Toylor, Colhorlno Spoak and,  Karl Mawldln,  Tmo, 16 . Wod. 17 - Tlmr. 18 - Fri, 19  at 8<p,m.  A GUNRGHT  ^wwiwBWa^Wii^^  ALU SHOW"; IN COLOR 7  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  80M��3J7  0mmm*mmmm*m00��mi*m0.*w*m0u*tummmmm0m*000U*uf0v*0U00]  ON SATyHOAY'aft^rjiuon,,Ou|   30tl., r ��� .. .   .���      .     -. - B ,���  vory .snpi-o{.bfi��l lea' was .held J hy the . Ipwtng a lauiL-a}ldt3 .thp ,pi'eviQU{" day  .yeiiic'ir1 Citizens' Associaiwn,' firaiu-iv 'pi|, ��� which resulted-in a large area of land  iiv.th&'-Sedhplt Leyipn HaU, President, "fytv^   disappearing into -the' oGean, lteco-  MHdfio Hansen, ^.pmed the euesis a'nd    very of, some fui'uuishings was pos-  hilMuced Ml^; ClWfi. Mittel^teadl, wlu,       j^,-   b-|- Ule Qt,ier uQ e(J b  ���wttha fPw well chosen remarks, *\o^    Ml,# ^ m^ lh* Am* wag gqb.  tlie lea open,   . ^merged -lo the roof. As may be seen,  .P0V|iers;fpr thq aftortiopji wore.l^rs.1    nex�� donr home stands nn Iho brink  MacVge Hansen,. Mrs. C; Jvlittelsteadl, Mr*,-    ^ q��?1 ,10me eMnaf- on U)e ,)lin,v'  Mny CJai'iiott, JVIr\s. JSlsie Foster; Mrs. Ada  Dfjiye  and  Miss  Adele de  Lange,  Mrs,  Nellie Whaltea'wus hvohargo ol tlio tea  - .���tables, J i.-A- ..-.-���[���   '���  iRopidei" the tea tUbles thore w��h Iho'  o^iioing,' baking whiuh is always so po-  iHi^c anfl where, thp sol^ was brisk, Tho  J/noyiiity tablo contained no many intriguing items that it was hard to choose,  ' r,pjto pp wing table was a ���������testimony lo tho  niany hrnirs of needlPwni'k and sowing  IhflHiad gone into thp making of so  t)\i\ny  bpiuitlfiil  iirtloloH,  Of  cotnso,, tlio  '������lPssing contest, |he grab bagw, tha plant  aalo rand  tho  whlto  olopl^anf tijblonil  Wttl'P in great doi)uiiif|, Winnei' qf Iho door  ; -ril'IM, wnn Mrs. Cricli (if MiHsion Point, ���  1 ���''���;>|,ho sill"'o��s ,'of IhlaUncial dvoiH" wmh  tllHi  In  iho ' conporiitlon ��of. Dm  many  wi>i*ln*ii*s who spoiii hours at homo, wni'H-  jni|af,i|Kl planning for., it, m w<il| as to  lln so wlio holpud al thu lablos and in  ' llul; Kitchen,'nil ujidor Uio a|ilp convenor,-.  '���"Mil) of Mih, KM hor Wagner,  SA��E $$$  Limited number 4 foot  Fluoresc^rtit light  Fixtures  New CorI^���^B  Novyf  Each  Gulf Building Supplies  Phonol 085-2203 Socholt  * DAmYLAND  COTTAGE CHEESE  Nb^Egf3l;|i:jO,i3,:  ik CHUCK'JtOAST  sA;,  r A  H  BliLKWIENERS'^-  SS RIB RQ'AST  -        .      .,, A ��� '������ ��� ��� -\ ������  ME1A? PSES Yit*!..������.:....  MARGAlilNE fe^   lb,  lb,  'C  )C  k***  for  |tmi-im��iHtEin)^|-?Riinmrim-^  StldMati J  ti  SECHELT ***** 005-9416  hniiininniHranuur.JHiiiiniiunjniisnniiiiriiiisuinijJUiiiiiinijiiiiniiiunisijjniisiHiinsniiiiijEtniujttiin  * DMMCAN HINES  CAKEHIXES  ,  ox,  ri^'i"i;'|,..'>.r.,M..ra;i;~,ngiriSSisni^a;  ^ CANADA No, 1  POTATOES  I  ffj"Q"smqas|g^  i  SPINACH  10  f*x,  BANANAS  1 ib,,  _ ~^*^pii**mmm^^0m!0i^^m^^K^0^***^^^ .* **  "-'SJ'Jrfw *>tf 5d��*'? ''���*0'0ermJttB��ci*Z0>*H2jel��*'��^t*0*~^^  W^^M-^^2^^^yA&mr\ <��� * j j  i      ,  - .-*,... ���mtf0mmt0m^mm*if0^*V0mm0>*0*��B)l0B: * ���fp\l  kd  ��&Jfy  fi^skAf^A*^.  ���y ^V"^*  -*l *-*  M  t i  r* \  fA  -\    IvSj.*^,    ^,\ ^     T   *'-w^��V'^  "pn  Patrol'  Prison Taycee youth program .  'Crime doesn  Highway Patrol  (QUESTIONS pertaining to traffic laws  and, method"* may bo submitted to C**\  Ron Mangan. e/o Tho Peninsula Tunes,  Box 310, Seciielt, B.C. or phone 88"i-2Z"'fi*>  Q, How do the police spot impaired  drivers?  A. Here is what police look for to  recognize impaired drivers:  I. Driving at excessive speeds. Lane  hopping at excessive speeds.  2 Driving at inconsistent speeds, slow,  tjipn fast, then-slow again.  3. Erratic-steering on, curves. Taking  too long when overtaking and passing.  4 Drifting over centre line onto other  lane,  5, Passing another  vehicle  with ain-  sufficient clearance.  * (��,   Aiming    vehicle���firm    grasp   on  wheel���oblivions to other tralfic.  7.  Following ..the  centre  line   or  curb  as < a .guide.    * ...--..  8. Disregarding, traffic signs or signals.  9. Stepping with  uneven-motions  or  applying bvakes at the last moment.  10. Driving in low  gear for  no apparent reason.  II. Driving at nigJ*Tt Without lights.  12. Failing to start after traffic light  turns green. .���  These elftes, "\v'h.tph arf lielpful to pol-  ���icemen fn.identifying impaired drivers  can also be. lielpful to you in identifying  an unsafe driver on- the road. Tliey are  signals to drive defensively. By using  jJXtra caution you might save yourself  from being" Tn an accident with liim.  Q. You liave mentioned in past columns that if the police personally charge  a motorist with speeding he gets.demerit���  points against. Jiis driver's licence," yet if  the violator is reported to the police by  a citizen, the registered owner of the  vehicle is charged and liable to a fine  and not points. With a person's driver's  licence being so valuable these d.ays, it  doesn't seem like a very fair system.  Wliy doesn't the registered owner get  points instead of a fine?  A. The law states that the registered  owner is responsible for violations of the  Motor Vehicle Act. Now if the registered  owner was vacationing- in Hawaii and he  loaned his car to a friend and a- com-  ----- plaint was received regardingthe driving ;  of that  vehicle {without  the' identity of  *> the driver being  known)  the registered  ���,,. owner would be charged. The registered  owner might come to court and offer the  defence that, he was in Hawaii but that  -.would not relieve him of his responsibility. The only way he would be relieved  of  this   responsibility ; would   be   if  he  could prove that the person driving the  car at the time of the offeijce  was  not  entrusted by him with the possession, of  the motor-vehicle, i.e. .it had been stolen.  Now if the police know who the driver  is, they will "charge-th^xlriver with points  being the result, but  if tliey don't know  they will-charge the reg, owner giving  him- the   benefit  of  fhe  doubt   that  he  .    wasn't the drivel-. The law under this section   doesh't   presume   the  reg.owner   to  be. the driver���ho as''the reg, owner is  being charged with "allowing a vehicle to  be, operated in violation etc..." and not  "driving in violation etc.*.." On this basis  then il would not be fair to assess points  against   a  person's-driving  record .when  you  are  nol   prepared   to state  that  he  commit tod   the   actual   offence,   Another  ,   pohi'l   is  that   only   Individuals  and  not  companies have driver's licence records in  Victoria and   it   would   be  therefore |m-  posniMe to assess donWrll  points against  a lease car company or some society or  .business   who' happened   to   bo   (ho   reg.  owner, This "registered owner" business  applies "only "to  tlie Motor-Vehicle Act.  In cases of.ofl'weos under the' Criminal  Code of Canada such as Hit and  Run,  tlie reg, owner Is not criminally responsible although h<> may lie civilly responsible, and the police or Iho eitiW complainant must  be prepared  lo pr,ovo In  <;nnrl   that   lhe accused was behind "Iho  wheel  ill   Iho  I line of  the offence and  n</l In Hawaii, Witlrregardii lo tho M.V,  Act again, ll' |lu�� reg, owner, after having  been charged ns the reg, owner of a vehicle, were lo intend at the police ol'Nci  by Jon McDermott sen*w," Pngsl^>ays:.  '���TAKE if from me... crimp doesn't pay." N��*  ��**��.  ??he + bpsl t wf'   *? >vi?.B  That  Is the theme  used   Iiv   inmates ��.ine w th^B.Woat^ out oMheir shells  of   the  British    Columbia    Penitentialy and off Ihpiv^o tups ,s to lett then  when thev talk .to school students at tlm .piWHre, m��Klnfi then, spwuhei m front  schools  in the Vancouver area. *���'( Othfr Mr*Al����, Crittc.sm by a  group  ������                          .    .  .,           .    . of thpir pe,*"-"'". I** easier   or them   o take,  The inmates, part ot the penitentiary l"+" ' ' '    *���-. ....     .  Jaycee piogiam Youth Speak, tell it like  it is, Bridgeview Jaycee president Larry  says, "Our Youth Speak piogiam has-  been in operation toi the past Iwo year1-,  but il has only been *unoe Pepsi-Cola has  agreed to sponsor an/1 finance the, program this year that we liave been ap'1?  to make a mass attack on the eiedibilttv  g^p existing between students and tlie  so-called specialists of "criminal lite  styles."  "We see'in the Youth Speak program  a definite message lor ytlung people The  men who go into the schools to talk  about the eflects of leading criminal lives  are speaking with an without}' the students respect."  In the many schools, PTA gioups and  sei vice dubs addressed by inmates, the  key word has been relevancy and the  "specialists" expertly field questions from  the audience. '   '  "Students have been constantly bombarded by the mass media and have been  exposed to so mapy different patterns'  of life, they are in a constant state of  ���anxiety about who "and what to believe.  By exposing them to our stories, and by  allowing them to asjt the, most personal  and searching questions they can think  of, we are able to clear up a lot of this  bewilderment and hopefully convince  them to.rule, out choosing a life of crime  as a career," says Larry.  One of the inmates wlio has spoken to  mixed classes���Randy, Bi'idgeview's vice  president, says "'Bard drugs have been  my hangup. I've had a number of charges  and most have stemmed from drugs. I  am now serving a term for trafficking  in heroin. When I stand up in front of  those kids and they start firing questions  at me, I recognize the safe kind of questions I would have asked when I was  their age:.:. the only problem then was  there~was no one I could ask."  TRAINING SESSIONS STRICT  He,is one of about 15 inmates who go  through a public speaking course in the  penitentiary as part of their Jaycee training. The weekly training sessions are attended by new Youth Speak members  as well as inmates who have been "out-  -side" to.speak.  Tlie penitentiary officer who acts as  liaison for the piogram is Related Training Instructor Richard W. Pugsley. "I  find myself giving them the basics and  then  stepping  back   to   become  an'ob-  bnt at the sanitf time it is probably stlftev  and more cutting than if 1 was^making  the Judgments and evaluations"  The Y^Uth Speak program' was started  by* an htmate' vrtut read ol a similar program operating in a Colorado state prison,  The Bridgeview Jaycees picked ^ip the  idea and formed a committee to undertake tho initial public speaking training  and; community liaison  The -INorth   Vancouver   Rotary ' Cluh  vohiTdeerort to sat up tlie speaking on-  ���  gagemonts in their district  and after a  trial session speaking to adults, the inmates wont lo the tirsi of many schools,  Through overtures made' by Bridge-  view and the Rotary Club, the Solicitor  General's .department recently gave permission for the expansion of the Youth  Spoak ,pi.pg:F$jn_jnto otJier federal institutions/ l^h^jfiHlon* for this", development  was placed'Um Bridgeview.  "It is aftnally a unique-situation,"  says Larry:'"We are; faced with having a  definite set' of- responsibilities wliile at  the.same time being in a prison environment which is not conducive to providing  men with the initiative required to operate and expand any kind of program. It  has offered us a real challenge."- -  A special kit Will be used for inter-  institution communication and for distribution to outside.groups willing to.assist  other penal unite in-sett ing up similar  speaking projects.  The kit, including sample speeches,  transcriptsiqt letters received from students and, Jtoachers and a condensed  public speaking course, has helped lhe  Youth Speaic project win two awards  so far in The Jaycee Accent on Youth  activities. A special education and youth  activities award was'presented to Youth  Speak at the ,B���C. and Yukon Jaycee}  provincial convention held recently in  Kitimat, apd -> the Youth Speak received  second place for its category at the national convention in St. Catherines, Ontario.  These represent some of the first AOY  awards to be presented in. the 80 countries increased activity in  Youth Speak.  A college dean, worried about how to  answer an employer's inquiry concerning a lazy student, finally hit upon this  defl double entendre: "If you can get  him to work for you, you will indeed be  fortunate."  1 '   ' ���   ' *T*vr*.**.0*r fcr-,H r ,*t** '    *+.*, |WJ .u,ujk*a,r*0*r*.      . m�� nt  1   ��~*"IT ���  r**& f ���* ,��������* **���, * AM",  ..... '*  ~ri*  S"  A  A  rt  .*p,.  r*��~  l\\  ���mJ*mm+-lL,M*l*.1m**  ��*  >        t-.r  ^0\,,Am.mm00i,0m00m-***m*��*0**    **+*m* ��-4<  JiZ.  . Valued Suppoit  Two hundred| accident free days at  Canadian Poreat, Products, ilowo  Sound Divn, .operatioii, resulted in a  cheque vvtnvth !j!300 heing presented  by' resident' tiiajiager Mr. Ed Sherman to Sunshine School Building  Committee cftaiYman Mr. George ;  Turynek (right). .Howe Sound employees ha*v*e been more than generous in theity idonations to tlie school,  now in i^s7s^ct>nd year of operation.  Mr. SheYthan Visited the school while  ma ki ng the ��� .-presentation last week.  Pope B-2; ' The Peninsula- Times  Wednesday, November 10,  1971  Dental Topics  PRESENCE   of   natural   fluorides   along"  part of Nova >Scotia's sea coast have  kept  the  teeth  of-i fossils, preserved   for  some 250 million years.  Canadian scientists have studied the  teeth of botlt the large dinosaurs and the  t my. animals called microsaurs through  use of modern-technology. The excellent  state qf preservation of the teeth is reported to be due to enrichment with  fluorides in ground water or sea water  after the animals had been buried jn  rock-forming sediments.  The  rise   in  fluoride  content   in   the  teeth   and   bones  of   tliese   animals  produced a  stronger  material  which  lasted  js-ince the prehistoric era. '  Dentists today give teeth fluoride  "baths" after oleaning; and many Canadian municipftltties��� fjuoridiate tlieii'  water supplies to to���ugh^n teeth of growing children aiirf^4gltt-4o'oth decay. Several toothpaste manufactures also recognize the importance of fluorides by  adding tliem to their products.  Fluorides are recognized by International health agencies and .governments  which urge lhe use of fluorides wliere-  ever possible to protect tho teeth of both  .children   and ..adults.���Canadian   Dental  'Association. :  While visiting a crowtUul automobile  ^sliow, I held light lo my small daughter's hand, Suddenly, a large mail bumped inlo her. Turning to uie, he apologized,  ,'iayM, "Sony, 1 didn't see Unit von liad  a trailer," < -    "  and /Klmlt to |,iolug iho (Jrlver of tlie vo��  '1I0I0 in (mention and reciuesl that Iin I in  charged n;i lhe driver (points) and not  H|i the reg, owner (line) we could nol lu  good faith do IKIm beenum* although |in  'would adi,ii,lt Iho Offence, we would not  11,1 able lo prove Iluii, lio wii.s lhe driver  without lliln' mlmlsjilii'ii,  Campaign Opened  ' Tho' C'hrlsUnnH Seal cani|niign for  all of ('aiuida wan officially opened  IIiIn year hy Brlllfih (loliiinhlan Chief  Dan (Icorge, -Ills giant (llirititmnt*  Card especially fireparcil for Iho  Oceanian carrloM with ll, a liheral supply of (!hrlslmas SmilH,  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  ���Scrvlnn Tho Sunshine Const  A Cornphtlo Chrtpol or Church S��rylco  at Modornio Cot.i  J. Roy Parkins,  Funoralr Director  a MfMORiAi. r��ri"vicn ip nrsiMo  Phono 886-9551  ������������������������ iT 1    i__  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of Rural Area "B" of-  School District No. 46 (Sechelt) that I require the presence of the said  electors at the School Board Office, Gibsons, on Monday, the 29th"  day of November, 1971, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon,  for the purpose of electing three persons to represent them as School  Trustees. Nominations will close at twelve o'clock noon on November  29, 1971. '  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  ,. Cqndidates shall be nominated in writing by5(two duly qualified  elecfor^ of "Kuril Area ''m^oftliH Scho#Dist*ict. The nomination  paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between  ���the date of this notice and noon of the day of nomination. The  nomination paper may be In the form prescribed In the Public Schools  Act and shall state the name, residence and occupation of the person  nominated in such manner as to sufficiently identify such candidates.  The nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  .  In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened  at:   ���   '   "  Collins Hall or Bowert Inland Elementary School  Gambler Island Veterans Hall  Port Mellon Community Hall  Langdale Elementary School  Elphinstone Secondary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  on the 11th day of December, 1971, between the hour*? of 8:00 a.m.  and 8:00 p,m, of which every person l�� hereby required to take notice  and govern himself accordingly.    ,  Given under my hand at Glbions, B.C, this 5th day of November,  1971.    "       ' ..���;, ,,  J. S, MoUlor, for tho Returning Officer,  School District No, 46 (Socholt)  Bok 220, Gibsons, B,C, ���'  TOUR CREPil UNIOW OFFERS  TWO SAVINGS FLAWS,  SPECIAL DEPOSITS  Minimum Balance ff. 100,  'Popo-illi or withdrawals  anyllmo,  No chofjKO^,   ��� I n t c rest paid ,al,6 %,���,���..  por annum,  ��� ������'.-��� 1 ,-��� ���  SunsNine.Cobsf  Phono 885,9551       '  SECHELT  TEiHM DEPOSITS  Ono Year  ���    bo"posJt of $500 or mnrn,  Tcrmr,-- ono y(]ar (may hn withdrawn anytlmo), ���'���  Inlai'oni paid at 7% por nnnnum.  ,��� ,,.(ca r I y. wl 11 id ia wa I - u I i c jl 11 ly ��� *   reduced),  ,\\M,,  Porf Mellon   Industries:^  Credit Union  Phono 886-2833  GIDSONS  Oil carrying sub  zip*s under ice  * (ircNKUAr,  DyiuiiniiiH  myn   It,  * lum dimi|(in'd n niu-N'iii'-po-  . wnrml nnhmnrlim to enrry oil,  iiiulnr- llio \tii\nv Jim cup 'from  f,Alnulcn   nifd   CiiinuJn'f)   Aicllo  ImIiiiiiIn Io yyorlrl mnrlcitlH:  Tlio   'iirSfi.UIIO.Inn"    lindniwm  vwi'il ,,,,would    iiunniHirl.    Ml,  million liuiTutlfi of oil p��i' irip,  Flu  prlniury   ronln  would   |m  U,M'J<lll7M.��OM���.(>f��.l.hfl-7Nor,th��-��  "wWil    Piiminjfo   lo   (Jrooiiiliind  or N<nvfiiniidlitnd, wlwiro llm  oil   would   bo   twinriferrod   lo .  iiurfiicts liinlutm for tihlpmonl  lo Iiimii Count pnrlii In C'unadu  mul  llm  Unlliul Hinimi,  Mii'iinml 11, Wliinun, rlln<nt��  or of Arctic lriinnporliilloii Ibr  <jenrrnl: DynnmluN, mild llm  "-hln nuhnivi'Hlhlo till fniri'ov  coiilil ho o|inriillii/t wlllilii Iivo  ynni'fi, *'     '���-'  "Mulitmikerrt will Im tlm  nm.'il, iiiliiihlo, oimiiomlciil nnd  flnxllilo inoniiii of niovliift nil  from AIumIoi'h North Hlopo und  Cwindliin Arullo l^indn In  lee-fnm North Alliinllc lorm-  Imdii," In* prwdltileil,   Tlm.lf.l7ri-,mll|t��'m imh i-onld  opniHlO     tlm ^ yrtitr     ni'iiiiiiil,  ylikli    would"' minimi;-*1    fill'  profturtion cnitmrKn nnd'Hi"  in/I'd    for,! [iitoruuo   .J'la'llliloiii  Wliirfiin n��ld, * ,  - ���THrr""irrffnt-"'ir<tvniifnfrft or tlm  uii(J��i'wal��i" Iflnkflr,-lio nuld, tn  It/i (ilil)lly lo opffinlo nt 11  dn'plli of Mill teot wlii'io II  would lio priitpnterl from lew,  dlonim, Jind older liiizmilM  tli��t could 1;initio oil nplllti,  ,^J43��y^^  m��  m  1  '  1  ....  J  ll  '  PROTECTING THE SUNSHINE COAST I  ���flise fiim ��r  unj* iimm  " iU  *i  ��� Your Choice Of Colours,  ��� yyatorpropfs,   ��� Wlntortya'i*  Insulareg Against' Heat ond Cold.  O     GUARANTEED  15 YEAHS  KENITEX TEXTURED C0ATIN6  RENEWS ANY SURFACE, WOOD SIDING,  STUCCO, ASPIiSTOS, SHINQLRS, CONCRETE  ���OR.CINDER, BLOCK ETC.  '       ,  WINTER RATES NOW IN EPPffCTfl  .... (,  NANAIMO   '  CALL COLLECT 758r2336  n/liraclo Contlnfl  REPLACES PAIWT  AllOlluM'  ItlMHI   lO   Illf   N|>||l'P  llllll  liifN, hut'ii ,,111'coiiiplli.lK'ir for hoijio  mul   iipm iniciii   owni'i^   nn ��*s-  lUlllH   Willi  L'OllllllH  Ml   louiili   nml  ilunililii It \i until nnlwd to minlly  cllinlilnln. oMitilor piilnlliiu (or  ov��*f 1,1 yi-iirv ''lliln ii-niiiiUiliIti  protliu't I'oiiihliiui Ilu1 loiiji liihi-  lllH���pm|H.,l,lluii���iif ,.flhi!i>HlimM,*p..  lii'Mni, ll'lli'ii iiiiii pi'iJHii' lo iniika  II    Willi    Nlll'fllCO    llllll   hlhlhlM    ii!|  ���.liiiinllu uMimimi, id colors nvull-  iiIiIp, ���  Onliliiil in|f,slli) (iHMHilWturcrH  for. iliti Unlii'il Niuioii. iiovoniiiHHii  Imvo   IoiiihI  tliK   iiiiiH'ilnl   u  mo  pi'iloi   InoiliM H'ni lil'tliliilJon  of  liciil nhli'lilii ihPil In the hpiicu pio-  Bnim, over 2 mill/on wotMwl'ilo  liPplK'llllollM    lillVO    III 'IMI    IIIIIlM    llll  IliilliMlliil, I'Oiiliiii'irinl mid \-'>i\*  il-'illliil liiillillniii f,im'i< I'Ml),  Appllod wllh n Onn  "Mkiltlii-tn" Ti'Miiivil Cmillnii  In nppllcil wllli liuuvy duly hpmv  ripiipiiimil nnili'i lilitti pn'wiiio, ll  I'nii'H Hii'lf iii l|u< wnll HiiiTm'o In1  u.llili'hlii'ni  of  ?ll Union Hint  of  .piilii!y-;l!irr!*mi||fti I'lrx-fiikj 'fiiill  wlilhiiliHl'i cuii'Miiit nml Mfifnrn  vspnntloii mul coniriicllni), t'vi'iy  rippllciilloii in VoHli.lou.'il mul Uw*  ioiy.tliliiiiuili'ftl I'm-, |fl full yeiiiN  ii|inlii-a| t.'lilpplim, paull nn or flnk-  inft;* *���t-"'��� "���*' "  i're�� Mofn^nlni) on how TOlly  ynu may Imvi- "l-'lhriitlnvi", 'Yen.  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V  *  &-:' '  r . % *   .  *���*.  **-r  V rrmr   ���>  '   ���   I *.*.  4?  r"<* K  '-IF  .    .'     *���  ���V  .'!r* "  -*       ^      *      If*   ���  ���*'  ���l.      ���  I   ><  ***.  t * ����� i ���*   �� -  ��    *,*      **T|i  "*:��� ������"fr*"* ;-W1v- *���  ,       1  . U ���) i��. ��� I ^���**rt��r**,Vvil'*^V*^*^*?*</W^^**zir*  bOw-i  tf '.|.��^lMTK<i^**,��,> *-J'fJI'<m'4,".Ji*��l7��W./  ^** r  ' I     . , V ,P��r<L '  ;        , 4>- *  ,:* .*r���-A* <  ���    .**-��������   *  1  \ *' *   vi?     ���' -     . vV^Vs^ ���<  yww  I.  PACIFIC  BR.140,  V  /I  ,ltf, j LA-   I  /-*tl|| .."1 * -No  Enjoying the comradeship and fine  banquet prepared Uy LA. members  of.Sechelt Legion Branch 14ft were  many veteums who have worked together over the yeais to lend a help-  Veterans  ing-hand'to those in need. Among  those able, to attend thaj-iemeni-  UvaiiHPfriTJ^v b^iqu^t are irlfix* left:  Mr?, Alice .Batchelor, Mr L P  Hansen, Mr. \ViHiaiifi McGregor, Mr  BR, 140  G. Uiclcen, Mrs. Madge Hansen,  rs. C. G. Lvcken, Mr. Ted Surtees,  C.  Mr:  Mrs.  Alice French,  Mrs,  Ted Siir-  teesi and Mr   John Ileskm  f  rr/  \  /     '  A AJJ  I  0. s.  \i>; 7  1  Jn.  >'J  JV  Around Gibsons  ��� ������ -A  L   ���by Morion Charman  FI^IDAY evening November J, Jhe childien ol Jrlopluns Landing were JreatecJ  to a, scmtiUfiting fiiewoiks display held  at the.wharl theie. Duo io the rinq|pmen|  vvoathei ^jn Halloween, the oornbustihies  und explobivea Wfre held Over. Thenjci  are dub to tjie older people in the area  who Kintllv contrihutpd, local* paYwita  pofiled llitiir resources too, Twelve families participated and the Odmininnly Av-  sociulion assistocl with the oiganizing.  Following the pyaotechnic show, eacli  child was given a package of sparklers.  SHOWPR v  * Al thp home of "Mrs. SJierry Ilusby,  with Mrs:* Cathy fchi-lstianseiV as cp-host-  ess, a baby shower was hekl in honor of  Mrs. Sandy Page, <  A corsage was. presented to the. guest  of honor who longed lovely sitting he-  neat h a mass of yeljow and white stveam-  ���ers. A prettily trimpipd bassinet contained many beautiful gifts; storks and bar-  loons weie used in tlie decorations.  Guests present were: Mesdames Doreen Mii-sgi-ovti, Phylis Page, Edrfa Husb$',  Helen Weinhandlj the Misses -Colleen  Husby, Linda Williams, Diane Fisher and  .luanita Clianiherlin. Sending gifts but not  iible io at lend were' IVipsdarnes Freda Ljii-  nuHireux, Pauleen Grifjith ^nd Jean JOav-  idson; the Misses - Zina and .Laurel Dav-  id.siin, -Mr. Louie Nicheis^n also sent a  ���^peeial  gift.  ��� .Ml* Ssr^rix- ���      ,  WA?H-0UT V- u  Distressing wash-out and flood conditions are annoying Hopkins Landing residents, following recent heavy rains. Sev-  i ral  report   water    in   their   basements.^-...  When 'natural water courses are diverted',"'  trouble occurs.  GUEST SPEAKER .    ���������     '  A smorgasbord dinner party at the  home of Mr. and-Mi^.-W. Alan Nicholson  was jirosl" de'l.ighlful. Mr. Harding from  West" Vancouver was speaker, his theme  being the amazing grace of God. Present  were .Carl Nelson, Rev. Walter Ackroyd,  ���lames Middler, Rev. David Brown,  tJeorge Charman, Mrs. Julie Boser, Mrs.  Mae Bulger, Mrs. Clara Nygren and Mrs.  Agnes 'Labonte.���������-��������� -  HERE AND THERE  Rev. J. Williamson and Mrs. N. Moore  attended United CJ-iurc'It Presbytery meeting at Capilano Church when the main  lopic was the 1st draft of union.  Delegate Mrs. Charles-Longley arod observer Mrs. Nelson Moore attended the  B.C. Hospital Auxiliary Convention as  representatives of the Gibsons Auxiliary  lu St. Mary's" Hospital.  Mr. John Henderson "from Vancoiivei  was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Moore  Mr. and-Mrs. Ernie Lowe, former Reid  -' residents, have returned to, tlvis ,ar.  Th? PeMnsulo Tlmea        -&i$sjyLj  Wednesday, November 10f W\  -    -.r    7      , ^  for a yery enjoyable holiday and, hunting-  trip. The men went out with their packs  on horseback looking fpr EJk but did -not  get any. The weather \vas mild,  Wait Nygren who w5s o���� the hppt-  xng trip with Mayor *Wa]ly Peterson in  lhe Hudson Hope area was also tmhurt  when the \ ehicl^ skidded on icy roads.  Comedian W^ody Al^ep claims Jliat ho  got on a 747 in New Yorlt, walked to the  fatrk, and got pfl ^ fh-jladelphia.  HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE  BAHAl FAITH?  Phone 88^-73��!r1��r8e5--?99S  tJilttril!>}:iii;iJitiaiHt!iil|JMa!i������t2ili)hilSIJIIUitii!itfi>'.  BARGAINS  *>000PM0myG0mmmm0tmtMiw&if1*^^  5 Pep. Dining Set  AM-FM Stereo  30'' TEjeGtrie Sfoves  ^EDS.Sin0|e and ICiirtg Sise  Che^t of Dfawfrs  OeH - Preiser  Coffee T��|��l^   -^  2 sets Skjis complete  qnd MUCH more  Located behipd  I   MacGregor Pqcifjc R^qlty L|fl,  Gjtispns, ^.C  ^liiaii|lll|H|li����ll|Si��UU��llUllll��i|IIIHilUMUHi��|lil  s  ��3  V  Highway 1Q1  " -^���"^���r-r-*f���\:~ . ..:���; Jyzr.rr::-:"-. r-jr r���r������-A*���'.rr.--'    -'  C0VER CHARQi  'WlTWW-ltlf%S^WWW*W'<WWM.^>Wl!Wa^^  Phone 9��$4472  0tn*BWVV0\f��U��7  W^WWWWWWWHf*WW"  For 'SPECIM' AnnpMneemeBit  1XT WIIBC  PHOWE  885-2444  ifetayre^  Rnad  November meeting . . >  ��� '���   '    '     '���        ��� ~y-'"-. ���,-������������      '*'"'.-���  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary  names Gift Shop committee  "���EEr-after an absence of 9 years. They have  tome from Richmond and  are  piesently  at Sijnshine Coast Trailer Park.  ���_.���,,,.   , ���,^v.   ��^^,M,.. ���, -M^������.. J\||ss,;Eth^x^ the  eluded    president Wally   Rrickson,    M^?ra>�� ^^gyesi; pf ihe forme,  B^nch 140 Hosts  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140  Sechelt, honored veterans at-a-ban-  NOVEMHEJl mooting held, Nov. 4, at Iho  SI. l-IMdu'H Church llnll of llm Socholt,  AuxHiai-.v !<��� St. Miuy'.s Hospital sirvrMrsT  lFayo Lewis, prosidonl, in thu chair and 21  nuiniliurs presont.  Giicsl pi'iiMoiit'wns Mm. hoso Maitlnnd,  Mrs, l^ily l.)unlci|)',s .usUir. Mrs. Mva lluy-  wiird gave llm Auxiliary prayer. It was  rnportmi by llm prosiilmit that Mis. I'liyl*  ���lis Parker wiih improving in llm hospitnl,  welcoiiin news  to ,11m nminlmrH,  All i'oiimmnitii'H i-uportiid, The bridg"  gtlliieH lire going" well, mlWyoho pluyiili!  Ilko i'nii'.,y mid having a gi'iuil lime, Mih,  Mary llcilninn, voIiuiIimm- chiiirnuui, ru-  . pni'lt'd II voliinl'cci'M wm luu| Id Imui'H In  hoi'vo UJi piilNitii on Iho |iornoiiu| iihop-  plng duyn.  ' Miyi. Amy lirynnl, Volnnlooiv Dli.w'tor,  Inforumd un .if llm (Jilt Hlmji opimtni!  Which hIioiiJiI ho Monday, Nov, II, Vnhili-  ^UJIIWIIIIIIIIH  IM EVEN'S  HADIO & TELEVISION  i,       ,     ; -  decjilor for:  '  '     ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL/PHILIPS  0,    i  id       h<       i|<   ���   'I'  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  Hi       ...JR,.       H�� i ���-.���siH  Ph, 886-2280 Qllwonn, B,C,  liinrnpiipnipiiH  ^UMM��<!M)imiq8MW|il��B'  leers will also give information'ns to what  patient, hi^ in whi"h room.  ��� The volunteers' liave c|ioti<m a O if I.  Shop' committee, with Mrs. Madeline  Grow, :Huberts .Creek, as chairman; vice  chairman, Mr.s. Francos ��� Cook, Halfmoon  Bay;V-sftrrritary, 'Mrs. Maureen Hall, Sechelt;   irfiiiAilror,   Mrs.   C.   Longley,  Gib-  H"nn. , ���,.  . i Tiiern in poo'd for a linii'dVcKHor. Any-,  one who CooIn lluiy could, help out in thin  dopiu'lnmnl, should onntimi 'Mm. Amy  Mryanl. Ihiby,pti!|iini,s urn still bcinu lii-*  ken, u Imppy iii'nmmilo to Iho .slurl of ii  iimw Hl'if, ,     .  'I'lm HinoritiiNhoj-d commillco rojioriH  nil i(u|nii well, I'or, .Siiluiilny nljtlil. Mvn,  Mildi'od Miioro will liiild llin"lV)i-l on Saturday iifli'i'iioon. Vnhinlumti iioniloil for  clciinup Snmliiy: moi'hlnH1 nt  lH'n.ih,  Tin* noxt nmolliiH will-be llm ruin'illii  ilioollnij, Krlilii.y, |.)nc, III, SI, Hlldn'n  cliui'i'h liull id 11 iiiii, nnd will lie in the  foriiv of a hiiu'hiMin, ���'  A niOdi ciiinpi'olniiinivi'i I'opoi't wnn nl-  von by Mm, Ada Diiwli on lhe I1CIIA. an-  iiiiiiJ coiifitruiicn at Um Hole! Vniuiouvci'  iillniiditd |��y ImrdMf ami Mi'H, Lily Dipi-  Inp iim ri-priwmtiitlvcN from niir AiiKllliu'y,  ,a |i!n,|oycd ninny oNcollmi'l fipiwikurii,  Minn lllninijiiril, Awinclaio I't'ofomior at.  IU'lCJ iilmwiul ulliloH mi lhn now lidsplinl  at Mm-Kon/h-, Thin fntiinnt town Imlm'  ((llllo a iIImIiiih'ii IVoiu ii lnifi|)||al wan miiiI-  |y Ip niiml n|' iiiiii wllli Dm Ihuiv.V iM|OW  Iii Hint imm in llm wlii'lor,  Dr. A, K, Ciimmlly, Mndlcnl Dlroiilor  nf tlio AildlnlInn Cnnlni' ipiv'n n talk mi  mil Ik'ii, nn coni'iii'iilii/- the liimpHnla nml  viiliintimi'H, Oim hulidrnd and I'll'ly dnlm  KiitiiM worn IiiihimI to llm. Llomi (Jnto ICk-  ti'mditil Care, They wm-o diMiippoliiiod mil  io i<i>o miiro'ol', |lm wiirl" lic|iut,���(l(iim,liy��  llin piiHiinlfi,  A |��roh|niii <'|||i||' wim held, llm Inplu,'  treasurer Mrs. R. C. Duckwonth, pai'-  ade marshall Sam Casey and special  guest, newly elected *zoii(j commander  Gordon Clarke of Gibsons Branch.  jiastftrs of. Vancouver foursquare Church,  who are  now ministering  tliere. It   was  not the best time of year weather-wise  for travel in that pftrls of the world.  Piivid Harding anil Garry liusseU liail  an enjoyable trip to Quesnel and Hums  Lake but the lumt���ing was nol. po good,  Mr. and Mm. Han Vernon and Mr. and  Mrs, Blair Pearl wore visitors with Mi��.  "How  to get   memhers  to  attend   moot-  InuA ��js-;a|l vilunteem most he members  of Au>dilHry. "Volunteer in HJisychialric    unfi im,.o   ni,.i, *������������ ,,  t,   ���   ,>'���'.-'-'  WHrd", a talk by Mr. Gordo,,, Lighlfool, ^^���t7.^lJ!^,!!Li!Llll",!!!!1_ilnpe  administrate Of Campboll Kiv^r Hospital,  MisH King from Iho Auxiliary Health Con\  lor for Childriiii always ini "inloros'ling  ���speaker, JVfr, Ernie' Booth "(irt nminber of  llm, hoMpilnl lioardHoaler), |hu SI, Mary's"  Auxiliary niombors' at llm mooting nf llm  IICIIA wifl.i Mm. Marge Miirgaiv,iind Mm.  Eve Mofierlp, two other biiard "memliem, ���  along with tlm other defegales from thin  urea,  Mm, Lily, Dunlop had an iinforlunalo  experiniu'ii  al   mm of  tlm  coffee  breaks  whep a cup of hnl   rhfl'inv was 'spilleil"  ,down Iter back, Mm, Dawe doctored her  with fiiiine fiiilvo thai Imd been glvon out  MH  H|Ull|ll0,  Tlui'f-ii-oi'dl^nllng council paid for mm  dnluija.o IViim mmh mi^lliary plun llm  Volunteer Director Mm', Amy, Hryiinl,  Sonm JliiHpital Hoard's will,no) accept  women on tlmir |iiiard-tlmir,hiiardH, am  ' nol im mmii't iit.iTiuu'H(  GAS AND ELBCTRIC MIXI-RS  POWER TROWtl.-'VlliRATORS  .GliNEIJATORS ��� f^l.QOR SANPHltS *  FLOOR EPfi'CRS - GAS & ELECTRIC  HAMMER DRILLS - PAINT SPRAYERS  PRIVE-IT GUN ..SPRAY.TEX ^/VCHINE  JACKS - RECIPRO SAVVS - CI-lXlN SAVVS  PLUMUINC-i AUGERS  PLUS MANY OTHER TOOLS  POR RENT   ,  GARDEN PAY, B.C,  Phone 003-2505  rM'w^y  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  Public notice is "Hereby given >\o the electprs pf the Municipality of  the Village,of Qibsons   BC-#'"tha*:" I  require tKe presence of the said'  ^electors qt'tl^e Mumcipq] H9ll,\U90 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.,  ;~ on     '    "'    '''    v -  MONPAY, the 29rh fay of NOVEMBER, 1971,  qt fhe hour of fen o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing  'person?-to represent them as follows;   y  A Mayor-^fo^ti two-year term���1972 qnd 1973  Two (2) Aldermen���ecjch for a two year terrrv��� 1972 and 1973  One (1) Alderman���(a sepqrale election) fpr a. one year term-r-  1972, to complete the unexpired term of Alderman  K. :��".���''���  Goddard who has, resigned,  On�� (1) Schopl Tru^tets���fpr a two year term--.1972 qnd. 1973,  to repregehf the Village of Gibsons on the Boqrcl.of School  District No. 46. '  The mode of nomination of cqndidales shall be qs fol|pw.s;     ,...,..-  Candidate^ shall be horninqleel in writing by two duly quqlified  electors of���ilhe municipolily, The nominalion-pqper may be in lhe form  prescribed in the Municipal Act; qnd .shpll, stqte the nqrn's, resiclence,  qnd pccMpqlion of the person nominated in such manner'as'lo sufficiently identify sqch,candidate. The nomlntion-paper shq|| be sub-  scribed |o by the'cqhdtdale.  in the event of qpo|| "beingl necessary, sq<;h, poll will be 'opened "qt '  the Munlcipql Hall On Ihe'-IMh day of December, 197J, between lhe  hours of 8 a,m. and 8 p.m., of which'every person is/ hereby required  to t,qke natice and govern himself qccprdlngly,       -  Given under by hqntl at Gibsons, p,C( this 10|h day of November,  1971, ������,������' ''    ' ���..*.%-    '"  F. JEAN MAINIU, ,     '  ���       '..    .' ' Reluming Of (leer  ��  00000000000*00,  ���MWWWpij^liiWwrfBI  IWi��iBllliMWWWy^l  m^tlW**<i*w*p0*r#<��*0qil*>  *00i^Amrma��i\)mtr0mimff0,v0mi*m*.i  CANCELLED Kiwanis piiigo  ay/ ';Novem|b^r;��� llfh  ,.AS..,������USU AlXHSPy EMBRR. 2 5th  11\  GET YOUB  niNGO  CARDS  SATURPAY, -DECEMBER 11th  SCHOOL AUDITORIMM  00^mm��ii$^tmmmmi0ii0*.  0m<hm*m0m��t��?n  30,000 PARTS  AS 'CLOSE AS  YOUR  ��� TELEPHONE }  885-2296 /  Do0Be  0timm?*0>mr*************^^  STARTING  FLUID  \0.00\0,H0*,0mn00,mtv,n*M0*0,m0.m0**mm0.  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Page IM   ^^ THePenlngula Times  Wednesday, November TO, 1971  ��p���*0m*~mf-*000~000,'10ii*fiimMr.,'*0,i,���im000i,w**0tm,m0, , ������ nLi w n l| ill **    VIM   ������"��   H)  '*f-ff  i$ih.y*',  ~J iHyvteS''-''-   "f "'4  - S'.?   ���*��  ^"���'7  ' i -   -'���"t'rV/^Ji^^r'H'  ���/���.-���: ���������-.���^���fV%>);->  0  "sit ���*��� y*  Bible Comment  Taking tremendous . pride   in their  new school,   students and   teachers   ; ���   participated   in   a commemorative  -~questions answered    ceremony at Sechelt on Friday which  included the making of "a comme-  >V��32l  Commemoration  ���'THY word is a lamp unto my feet, and  a light unto my path,"Prov. 119:105  Question; -What does the word   "undenominational" appearing  in  a  regular  advertisement  elsewhere    in  this  paper  rneaft?    '������" . *'  Answer:  The word    denomination is  given in the dictionary as "Name, designation; "esp. characteristic or class name;  litigious   sect,   whence   denominational,"  ������>  The word sect.is defined as "A body of  ?  persons agreed upon  religious  doctrines  usually different from those of an established  or orthodox Church from  which  they have separated-and usually having  ���distinctive common worship." With these  ���j.  two/definitions   in   mind,   the   question  I  which" must ineviWbly rise is this: "Which  :   church did Christ establish, from which  religious   groups    haveTbiroken   away?"  Anyone sincerely interested in this matter will finds'food for thought in these  _   J^ible statements: >  f       "... I will build my church ..." Matt.  16:18 (A.D. 32) and "... the Lord added to  ?  the church daily..." Acts 2:47 tA.D. 33).  Comtnaiv^ense demands that tbe chuich  ,   was   established   at  some   time   between  ,* those two dates. Any churfrh established  afteij that date must of necessity be termed a denomination. As to differences of  doctrines,   let   us< GonsideV     the   apostle  Paul's statements recorded in First Corinthians 1:10-17 and 15:1-11 and repeated  k  with   emphasis   to   the   Galatian   church  jf! as  recorded  in  Gal.   1:6-12.   For  sincere  r Bible .truth, seekers,  the,words  of  First  .   John 4:1 ��upply.the means of testing, if  the meaning of the \yord spirits can be  ���   fgynd. If \v;e,can accept.the.word to mean  "teachers", as indicated in "the original,*  I   then we have only, to, compare present-  %  day tfcachmg with the original  teaching  in order to; test  whether  it  is  of  "the  i   church" oi; of "a denomination".  1        Question:   "Whoei'ei-    belieydth   "that  Jesus is the Christ is boni/df God." (1  John, ">:l)', Is this a correct" rendering of  . ��� the original? ,  Answer; Nearly all recent, translators  ; render it "begotten of God", this being In  strict harmony With1 t|ic context, It i.s the  Father who.begets by Iho truth concerning Jesus, which, being received into the  heart, shows Itself in the spirit and, life  of those who receive 11, Thus God becomes  their father, and they are His children,  John's UiQino is simply that God is lovo  and that His children will also love, Thus  , ,hate Is 6vercom.o. If hute rules in our'  present ago, it is because this, truth lias  not boon accepted,  d  morative slab bearing in each corner  the hand-imprints of two kindergarten and two grade 7 students, to be  set at the base of a dogwood tree,  planted during the ceremony.  ���"���  ******. ���*** ������i-i  ^7- ���   J  ���/':      I'v'rfy '���    -"  ���i ,*,Al'J Whip  L   ���*"*  v\\ f:^] r^&hh-' JA ') Hit  WATER was the subject on mont people's  \ minds at the general meeting of Area  B, Ratepayers at the Welcome Beach Hall  last Saturday, with, president G���, Tampion'  London in- the chair and speaker Cliff  Thorold pf the Regional Board,  Mr, Thorold said if the people of the  area wanted _ water, there were many  ways in whfbli this could be obtained. He  explained how such a scheme could be  financed and mentioned the possibility  of locating underground water supplies,  He cited a case where by one single underground source was providing 250 gallons per minute, Once there was a sure  and reliable water supply, he said, an area  " developed quickly and the more people  who moved  in the more there were to  ���* share the cost.  ��� "Among the suggestions from members  was whether the. Federal Government  ^Winter works program scheme might be  'utilized in putting in such-a system and  the directors agreed to investigate this  when all data was available from the  government-  The meeting accepted favorably a suggestion from Pender Harbour and District  Ratepayers' Association that a Ratepayers' Council be forrnecf with a delegate  Irom each Ratepayers' Association in the  aiea Such a Council would deal with  pioblems of mutual interest. The meeting  agieed that one of the directors b~e~ap<-  pointed as delegate to the Council.  The meeting was advised that the  Regional Board had rezoned certain ar<eas  of Halfmoon Bay in line with the opinions expressed at the. publicJx^aring in.  September. Waterjjont between Frances  Avenue and Cooper's Green, which comprised all of Welcome Beach waterfront  and most of the Redrooffs waterfront,  would  retain    its  Residential  I  zoning,  while tlie rest .of the residential  erea  would be yezoned(R JI,  It is likely to ,be quite a while* before1'  the area "is illuminated by the three street  lights, one at each end of the Redrooffs  Road and one at the junction of Mintie  Road and the highway, which had been  approved by the Regional Board. B,C,  Hydro reports that these lights cannot  be�� installed until work oh the highway  is completed.  In reply to complaints sent to tlie ���  Roads Department,about the condil+on,pf  some roads in the Welcome Woods area,  the Department had replied that the rpads  .in question had not been constructed, by  them and did not form a part of the  subdivision taken over by their department. The matter has now-been referred  to the Hon. Isabel Dawson,  Anxiety was expressed by several  members about road work at Trout Lake  interfering with the natural flow of  water to Milne Creek from' which six  Redrooffs households draw their water  supply and the secretary was directed to  write to'the Highways- Department and  the Water Rights Branch on this matter,  There was also felt to be the need)  for more telephones between the Bay- and  Pender Harbour and between the Bay  and Wakefield.  In reply to a suggestion that bus  shelters be" installed at Mintie Road and  Secret Cove, members weie informed that  such shelters are not included in the  service offered by the Motjpr Transport  Company and that those in existence have  been installed by courtesy of merchants.  Mr. Thorold w#s given a hearty vote  of thanks for his constructive help and  advice.  Give Your Wife and  Family'a TREAT  Bring Them Oijt To  Lord Ms  For Sunday Night-Dinner  Phone for Reservations  ,    885-2232  The  1972 MERC'S  ARE HERE  Ihe'JVs MUST GO  Some GOOD USED  Outboards Left  For Quick Results Use Times Adbriefs  Sechett New$ Notes  y__.   ni i:   i rec   riaiiniig  Sechelt Elementary School students ceremony are grade 7 students David  chose  tho  beautiful flowering  dog- Nestman and Lois Paull, and,kinder-  wood tree to commemorate the open- garten students, Sydney Johnson and  ing of their new school this year, Cynthia Watson, **  Participating   in   ,the tree-planting                  "   '       .  .���.���.---��� ���������������   '-���;-.y-.-r!>:.:,.!r) "������^ ' '"**-'-������: r-r-���r "���' ���  HHfmoQtt-B^  T���by Mary Tinkley  interesting New Zealand caves.  Anthony Mimgravo wan recommended  as Governor of Drllinh Columbia by Sir,  John A, MacDoimld, who hoped ho would  expedite entry into Confederation,  SIM.ELECTRIC LTD.  O   RESIDENTIAL  O   COMMERCIAL  O   INDUSTRIAL  Gov't Certified Electricians  ��� ��� ��� 1  ELECTRIC HEAT BY MARKEU  WRITE BOX 351 - SECHELT  PHONE DAY or EVE  885-2062  J  DON'T forget it'H "taicky Thirteen" evening lit the Welcome Beach. Hull ,on  Saturday, Noycmbor 13. jjt.-7:30 'p.m. Admission is fit) cents incltidlnu refreshments jund everybody is welcome,  FILM SHOW  Tlio film tiliow on I'Viliice liml Thun**-  diiy wuh no packed with fine I'lliim Unit,  it. Ih difficult'Ui' plolc  ,)iil u'liy piirliuului*  .njio for ttpoflnl foinm��r*il. One film ex-  * plorcd  lliu PyrijupoH,. w|ii<*'lr llo. bolweon  Frunco  nnd   .Spain,   I'roni    llio  Cutuliiu  country in the u'niit,to tlio; J'n.iqiio' country  In   the wont.  1,1  wan  u  picture  of  sun  drenched     villain    whoro    triillllloiuil  (lauceii   were   performed   In   plciuiiwiuis  I'lmlumct'i, Aiiollior film explored Almilw,  wl||i. ltn   (iiuilnl   hmifiCH  dqcoi'aled   wllli  .'luuid���cai*veil  window   lioxtiti    und  iitorkti  1���'n'fiHlhi'K  In  Iiiiii)  iiohIm on  roofloim  und  lurrotM,  -    ���. ��� '  1 "Thu lliuii't of l',rwieu" pMiinuil. ).,  fjliiiDKoi,"und llllle, lumwi) fllHtrlcl, 'with  wlord rock formallonti nf vulcanic nrl|(ln,  Aiiollntr film nhovvd(| mcdioViil cunt Um mid  cluiliiuiit^ vhioynrdH und qjlolirulloim ut  llio clone of mimnun" when ''lhe wine Ih'  In IIki'cdIIiiih nnd llio ritnrluj liuvu fluwii  off for Iho wlnler," '.     ��� "<    ���  H'ho no>d mIiow, nii'TliiiiwIuy, November III, will Imnhiro I'llniM nn New ZoiiIimkI,  anil.WIII Incliiili) a trip i'm u ,l\ A, Q,  ,,i7hixui'y,linoiv.IVlu(irl-iilnHhiK"*-i^  '^.s���  .���^...���,..���^,.,.J���.,..,^>..l.,���.-������,      Zliniiiiii'Dj-iui iif4.:ij(|iii,lliini und 11In iiruiiiU  1 '      Vi'iiuHi Hp(iiKliii/{ u week wllh him,  OPERATION DOORSTEP  Tho vIhII to Uiill'moon Buy of the  mobile TB unit lu.st week wuh quite mic-  ceH.iful with ubput 70 reiildoiitH repoiiliiiK  f(ir*X-rayn, The miccctit* of the viull win*  due'to tlio onorfjoile (ii'iiunly.utioii of .JVlih.  Pitt Murphy wlio tfuvo o^collonl publicity  to llio cicouhIoi) und IruniiporUtd peopln  without������ euro, ThiinliH uro alHo/ltie to tlid  two voliioUicrn wlio iihhIhKhI ut ilm unit,  namely, Mary Mt'Kiiy of, ('ilhiiiiun und  CilnhyH HiulclH'fo nf Secrol Covii,  IN BRIEF  Your i!iirri}ii|��ii)d��nt. now known on-  milly wliei-o Port McNeil in, lliunlui In  two Hccliolt roiideiii who pointed out lo  her Unit llio ,hint Unto lliby worn on Van-  Couvin*'iWliutcl Port McNeil wiih houIIi nf  Poll Hardy und iiol north, Mony lollifi,  but It'ii iiui-i) nlcir In know ntli' ciiluiiin In  'road down tho linn,     ,-'..,',���  Iloino al'lor u we'nk'a hi uy in Ml, Mui.v'n  Ihmpltiil and I'iuiIIiik I'lnm in Mm. Vein  MuIIIh.  -i hurry nml Mclvu McHidiii uio Iiu|i|illy,  iiiiiinuiii'init llm lilrlli of un II lb, 4 uv,,  boy on Noviimbiir <l, 'riui McIIuhhii now  Iivo In Vuiicouvui- uud IIuj pioud |'"i||i*jr  lolnphoiieil ��� tIn* nuwii to hln filendn "l'|i  llio Buy,  ^.l'uH-��N,VHiii'd "IiiiiI ���liiMiliiiii'llItJr.flld.r  im,,,.;..,,,...   ,'.f   / Ill ���   .   ,  MRS.   Lily  Dunlop   has   her  sister   Mrs.  Rose Maitland'from  RjcJimond  visiting, with   her.  .,;,.,l.,.'';,,-.-���-,:,,,.,..-..,.: ���.a,-!:..--  Visitors   to  MPS^-A"11ce~TTench   have  been Mrs. Betty Maitland-Twiggs of West  Vancouver. Another visitor for her was  Mrs.   Gladys   Thompson   who   is   retired  rom the British Consulate in Seattle and  North Vancouver.  hunter and his wife are Mr.  Newman of Wilson Creek.  Quesnel  and   Dawson  'fiends, staying  at  Chet-  re-they assisted in the harvest-  they saw Silver fox and .a red  raised a litter every year on  all done, their friends talked  Gladys into being chief cook and bottle  washer on the hunting trip. Seven iri, the  party that went, up to Prophet River "WO  miles up the Alaska Hwy., no trouble  finding the mighty moose as they were  right on the'road, all in the party got  an animal, Hay-also .shot a black bear,  being partial to bear meat, to add to  their, larder. While they were up in the  urea there was a fi" fall of^maw in the  Pine Pass plugging up the road. .  Gary Lawson is busy touring Australia  enjoying 70 to i)0 degree weather, the  wuter is still a little chilly after all it is  just spring there, Spent quite a bit of  time with liis undo on a bout outside  Victoria,  Next stop Tasmania.  PASSING '  Mr, Billingsley passed away Sunday  niorningJn.JVuncouver, A long lime resident <yf SbchoTr^Mr, Billingsley louvos  two sons Bill in (Socholt and lluury In  Vancouver, Tlio funeral will lie aniuiunced  later,  Friday Mr. V. Mitchell of Wilson  Creek passed away suddenly, leaving Ills  wife Laura, Lived hero for ahoul eight  years coming from HmllherH, Mr, .Mitchell,  a qiilef man bul unwilling worker, will  bo inlsHod by h'/i wife and friends.  Mr. Toddy .|oo iiltendcd the Indian  I'ducullon Conference im dnlogutn from  Iho Socholt HeHiuve, Tlie conJ'eronco wan  held in Princo Clooi'gn  SPORT .  OijI, MOlli, llie Indian C|iiol"s miccor  liiam uiifoi'Uiiiiiloly lost their 1'lrnl, gumu  In llio Imperial Cup played (!iigliliisl Rich  mond Labatt's 3-2 putting them out of  the running. .       .       .  Saturday*Nov. 6 tliey beat the^Espahos  from Vancouver 3-1 at the Reserve. This  week it will be a home game again, with  the Burnaby Firemen 2 p.m.  Winner of the Past Noble Grand "lub.  Sunshine Rebekah Lodge raffle d ,wn  on October 26th, was Mrs. Harriet1 Njewtoii  cC Sechelt.  :**'* -'""'   Give DAD a Small  Chainsaw for  Christmas  A Boat Cushion  A Life Jacket  u Something for  his boat  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  COWRIE STREETr  885-9626  0*m*m*m0wmjmm*0m*m*.u\0m*0m0im00*vm*0*mmm*m**mm0*<tmmmm0m0mm0mn*0  *000mm*00m��  WILSON CREEK COMMUNITY CENTRE  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th - 8 p.m.-1  a.m.  WILSON CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  ,  ,        Music by the Pen KingsJ"  $5 per couple ���''"' ". Refreshments  For tickets phone 885-2459 or 885-9785  SECHELT  Christmas Cards - Wrap - Ribbon etc.  Now on display for early mailing  See our "SESAME STREET" Books  and Trash Cans on display  ���* *0��00u^t0m0mm0*mmmmm0mm0U0��0u*0umt  Baby's and Small Children's Water poof Nylon  Playsuits dnd Rain Coats-Alsa many Baby .Wear  Items New In Stock  ���  ��000H0mmmmmmm0mm0mwm00*0*��*m000. -    Toys Arriving for Christmas Layaways  COME IN AND DROWSE  Storo open 9:3Q a.m. -5:30 p.m. Friday 9:30 a,m, - 9  PHONE 885-9343    .  p.m.  NEW! FANTASTIC SPACE-AGE PRODUCT  Tho Now*  Miraclo Glaxo  Shlnos Llkoi  A D him ond  Novor  Wax Your  )\\Car  Aflidn  <  Cleans  Glnzos  Protects  W authorproof<s  '     ,   'i.i  SPREAD    ON  .  .  .  .WIPE QW ,  .  .  .  ,.,Eor.,amlrror-tlko GLA��E,that la^ . * , mul lm*ln . . , and  lastn.  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Ihillnh (-nhiinhln'-i (Jovornor In Ill'/I,  Anthony JVIiihuiiivo, lulnr wiim Moiihni.  fiill-nnvmiiiir of Nul ii I, wxl Oiivurjio'i: <>f  .liiiiuik'ii nnd QiuHiimliiiid,  WfW��^  (mm wwmi��w.i.iwniMiwwii����miiiM����]  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS  On tha Wharf, - 006.9303  lonw nrid^MnrlpO'  rolnt.  Quality  ^^ll^^��^aMM^^MMwwMWl^M^���M^��*M^wi^*^wi*lWl^^^l  PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Sufiar Kom Toiio  qnc| 'Shorwjn WllllQina  Gibsons - 886-9533  r^mi^mmmmm0��mmmmmmmtmmi^0^mmiim0mim  i��n's  organ's  If ear',,  *'        ,  G,WiGr Work Clothes  ..-- Work - Gloves-��.������  SECHELT, D.C,  *0000*00mm00*mmm*mmm00ui0^m0m*m^****,  VflflAH  HOMEHANDYMAN WAULPAPER TIPS  DO'S and DON'TS   .  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The Peninsula Times Page B-5
Wednesday,  November TO,  1971
League games started
f\'*,f> J"**'
*.•«» « f
Division 7 introduces many new play-
s Iq compe-Mlive 'aopeer this y«ai'
m Mpc Bombers in green shirts
hi|e shorts pictured from left
;•'{ row: fiene Phillips, Philip Rin-
is> Scott BillUps; Khrtis Hail, Elian
ailev, »Joev ^lusgrove anil Joey Un-
ger. Front: IVfilce KinriP, Charlep Ess-
lemonl, Don   McKay, Blajr^Wead
Kelly JohOS, Gary Bergnach an^ Rpg     MEN'S Floor Hockey teggvie gairies ^re     	
llilUps,       , - ,'• -uiTilerway <eyei;y   Tuesday  at Elph'iri-    mm
stone     Secondary     Schoo).   "^yiviflasiiinj^    l»"
.'.       •   |      • «fc I Caws cotiAiTienpe. at 7:30 p.m. -a.nd besffies
AA t*f'fl *A / Pf*!     Pn;fK ' '■'*t   reSl'l»*'   ipagvie "games,  -w.hiph   run
tfY I vt*L|.vl.l, l»A     r L4.I l\ tlimngb   the  eolfl   weather   until   March,
**-*A  !>'/.»*■{-*•     '""'— r~    r^Tck^Jl^Hn^rU     ,here wi*i '^ ,w0 t<"n,^,iv*" sanies 1'"?- a
VJi,-'^ y '"selwl" ajl^tar team aS«.inst  the Van,
ON THURSDAY, Ootobw 28th, the girls'     <*<"'»ver YM("A.
three teams,
■ei'liell   team;
mm Rlphin-
^lay for" fuh
jntary School
/ailable on Thursday nights    I,
«-iWW-mk -n J**- V
- l'^j*» ifeil AW, .>•-,!.
r*- f4M-#^;\ ' ^
Howe Sbuncl champions, F.lphjn- (211, Leslie Crvderman (4), Sandy
stone's. Ser-HOT Cirlh Volleyball team Bennett (10), Belly Topham (11), Pat
is entered in the North Shore Zone Hogue (31) and Shirley lloehne (20).
pla-ydowos With an eye on the B-C.
Collen I*ltjispy  (32,),  pinny   Alsager   ous Overiandprp
v«r- of the
the fam-
(■Wwt|d»tiii i mifmf i nwaiwaa—artwi
To all erganizations, unions/ clybg nnd private ipdnties—^to discusg
any banquet; dinner meelmg, deception, go'ciol gathering, etc planned
for the upcoming season We offer fgl| facilities on our premises qnd*
" '   can also cater to your poply on your prernises
Sunnycrest Plaza — 886-9815 — Gibsons
(Outboard and In-Out)
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.    .... ""itv«i^.  no**-*
Repairs, Winterizing
and Storage
.290-W.3rd, Voiy- 874-3919
s  Koheduled   al   Elphinstone  for
of,the season:
es )  Pen Hotel vs Oihsons.
i   (Tues.)   Gibsons   vs   EJphin-
Wopshl to try it. again sometime. We made a total      stpne  ^^ ^	
Residential   Warriors    and    Teemen     of ^•*,°  lowoi-ds our team fund. Nov. 23 (Tues) Elphinstone vs Pen Ho-      ^iBl|iwai^^
7 . ,    4 ~, The loam "unmus are coinLi stronc with      tel. ^HWmwaiMgB^.^^
payed a tremendous game on Spiv    „ rnfc       ,    ^ ,P      8, „,    ■■„„ ,m     ,*„.,-*
i uu  nir*,..ir*..,   „"„«!.!„«  n,„ n„i„     Panthers  Still   in   the  lead,   followed   by Nov. 30 (Tiies.) Pen Hotel vs Gibsons.     P..
day With  WauiOls  SCOling llie only     ]loac| uunnei-a, ihen Cyclones and Cobras. Dec. 7 (Tues.) Gibsons vs Elphinstone.
goal', Warrior Adrian Joe almost^lotV *   Dee. 14 (Tues.) Elphinstone vs Peni-To-
bled the score vvith this shot which re-    TJnl*-vk„ .P«rtrtl-.  **,vlmr.l lel
itODGnS   WeeK   anlSl »«■■   1«  ■*&**■)   Exhibition   All   Stars
vs YMCA. •       .
Pee. 21; (Tues,) PeiHiote] vs Clibsqhs,
.... .:t.^finvA(^^)sQibsoi^Kvs .
ttMftO#$$«?^ f A A/
- yxA:" "M',i,'*im;' ^JAJM&AmyA^^A^y'A^'iip.
■     mo ulipw. flt-ihe Art  GalloiT^hnp-:fy   J(lli;; 1fl ^^ -p-- fi^r^^^jy^^-l^
in SeeheJt from November 10 to "JOth in-   -.'.   Jan> 21 (SnU) Rxhibiilon All Star's vs
elusive. Rhp is a lairly new resident-of    yiyjcA
scheduled   for  Sunday   November   14:     Altlioiifedi hor first lessons were briefly at      *^' '  (lllt's) l!'|Plll"s'011'3 vs len Hotel
pjV   7 A" the Winnipeg ""S'l-hool of Art' it  was not-
Gnmo limn 1 p.m. To6mqn..vu Notn-    ,,n,il Rhe ,,vw'- ,n Alderarovfl nnd joined
bounded off post after whizzing past
alert goalie Vfoyne Goesen's (ace, j
^ -.■|.-'j (J> •'J j ;..ii.f.      ,   r .'. < I
I ,  ,,MPS TJptlv RalJfiiitynei'Will hnvea.one-
ads, HncliBll.' Pari*!■• "Ken- Moo Hombe s «n «''U^'P »"»»• «he »«}*«» «orlon» woi'k,
vs K Jl, IlotspurH, Gibsons; Do..(!|.,s v\y ^nt^u^Sj^ W"" lhpl H,M,:,MM,?in" "
ers vs Ohortuniflii, l.anBdalo, "0'''1  n*",t,1l"'    ,      „     ,
Sechelt Lanes
Sechell Lesion pronch 140
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Legion Ha|l# Sechelt
AT 8 |i.m:
Use' your Cha/tyo^' core/ fo
purchasq yoi/r c/io/co from
ovrjarge selection ot Ladies'
wear. You'll Und iho latost
fashions at compotitivo
prices at
". Hor work  Ik In oils, hul  fihe pnlnlH ~"bV Eve Moscrip
DIV. 5 AND 6    •                                                flnrals, porlniils,  landscupe mid still life. l.ATIilST results from Iho fieehelt hnwlini;
(jiliiut' lime 2  p.m.   HV'iVfi'R' vs  Co-np     Hhe has a  very  ri.no souse 'of eolo/ uniK   y |,„,„H rovonl n lu«li senro by Vie Mitr-
ClMiHiii's, llneltelt  Pi/rk;  Hiibiirls, QrnnU vu     ('(iinpriHllinn ns wnll ns eontrnlled  tei-lini- J^ddu   Willi .a   nmn 'lIKl   I'ur il'bn  Snulinll,"
Ken's ■ VIIuiihh,,   Hubi.tH'H-7'OrooH";**'- P,   lh     i|im, The flullery slnl'l' Ik pleased In have (.'(inimereials. Miiwiinu I'nr Iho'same team,
Huiil*lni<lei'H    vu    Caledonlonii.    M«i<|o|rn -   thin op|inrliini|y tn Introdiien |ier work In Viniinin  llevnolds 'leoi-ed n hiuh for iho
I'lirli,                                                           7   llie piiufilo of l|in Riiiiffhliin CiiiihI, ||idi'ci« of 7»il.          '
DIV, 4                                                                 KolluwiiiK  hor pxlilhlllni) iho  nailery   .   ' n|,„,,,   H1,;,.nH!   D.u'lClinrlie   Humm
'    Thnhormnn vs hnnlenfior Tlldor,-., TTno-'    fiiilT^ m'  »»«n1,  l'«"'l<nell  tlilf.,  Terry  Phillips
Ml .IJjrk.  I» i:r]ikniov Valu vs To,     • J"XTVl*     ft,&    n   ti' m\™ ^'1    'J   n         „      ■    „,,„
(iiiKi, GIIikoum at,.2 p,m.                           ,'      iilmut, .Inniiii'H  (Oel. [I'M  Gurry  Henner fll'V
uiPPifPMn npflTiTTfl          .  ■'     i ■■■■■>■■ ■■-•-• ■' '■■■■ OralHitodwiiy JIIVv Miirliara .liiclisiin 270, '
W ,;",,   "»,     ,  ,',,, "m r, _ , Hiirlmni Wllsnn  IfUl, MlKe KiuillHh  IfHI,
./ Div,  7;   W'"i'i'h>rn   I,  Teemen fljKnn      — i     — - "
Mne I, CliiuiHiiien I; llnlfipurs II, Klyi'tni ,'l,
•  |)|v, fi und II: Coudarsi 7, Moiinhrlileni
ll! Ilrnven !i, It.il.iirlH Creek l\\ Vlklnjui  I,    ANTI-ri.UOFHDATIONISTia PUFFRIl
I'lileiliiniiiiiH «, n(        ..ANOTHER 0ETBACK
Div, 'I: Tnti'inn I, Tlmborimui I; Rid-  '     f',>|i|>«ni«nii*  nf  flunridiillon worn dol-
nni 2, Huper Valu III, Ivnred iiunlhnr blow I'i'oni' inedieal. ri'iin-
Hliliir.lny: llrnveii 7, Vlkliu?n(l,", ',      7"'''1' ''"'""'illy,      , ,/        .
A uliidy tiniinrliiknn by (lie Ainorlnin
1  Ai'iidoiny of Allnrify hIiI'iwh nu oyldenen
thnl  lliiui.'lilon In eomniiinily vvutor *aip-
plleil I'lltimt Itlli»l'#*|l<l '■ Vo?i«'lMimh, '
Tlm Hludy' wuh  I'liri'lnd  mil   by   llin
Dental Topics
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OnilH ll.iilwiiy ':m.|, Wiiyim I'lillllim ilia,
Mliiine  MeTiivish 2!D.
Hnnlurm Jean HeiTy 'lllfi, Dnrcy (Sl«i|ih-
onsiiii li'll, Sentt  llnilway llin.
Mixed |0 Pimm; (jurdnii Mel'.mil ,'lfil,
Ilenry Olw'lHliiiihi'ii IMfi, Diiiiiii'Yiiuuii IIIMI,
M|> McC'ourl  a«.|,  Pelle  Poulsitli' IIJIR,
Tlii'Hdliy hndlen: Vera Adams 2HV.
Wiiilniwliiy liiidles; IhibbJeii Crnliihlnn
OH), IKMly l'nwei'H llll,       . 7    '   .       '    '
Hei'liell ColiliiiereliilH: Johnny Minimir-
o\.   'Kill,  Albert  Tlnim|liinii  ami,  Virulnln
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vlmv ii  nil rnpnrleil InHlaneeH nf ullernlM    aer llnekiiell 77I   Vie Murleddu IIIII
l'"liellliliil Himpeelod to |,o,oiiumii| byilUHr-     "     "iniiiieii   <t\, \ i.   iviiii iimhiii iii.i,
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ellnlenl iivldeneo Hint miy of llm Hyinpr
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nhd'tlhliml I'tilii, lininlnolinH, piiHlni blind*
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toon, Julni pain, mlnrnln« hendnelit^f
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i     "J ml. v   j    J-'AJy.J 7,7' v. .',',���" : ) ��� .* * t ,'* /        ,   ��� .   ���'  .  ill  >VK*  *"��fw<tv-,*3l*.  *. ��  ��^r4 &������/!*. &��&"%  ���V  V*f-  *.i- *0*r?<^ **%&<'  0%W  V"i  j^-  -\Jr  "���    .* "st**?   *-*VrLs*"r^ *t   .**������� i��o ii./J1  *���    4 "���   ^ ��� * \       -*���*  ir*  ��* ���  1 lle^nbgf-_aid jirr^g^atidAUB. .  protect senior citizens  HONOURABLE Isabel pswsou. Minister -^present the interests of senior citizens  |    Without, Portfolio," has announced the and assist the Board in obtaining case  introduction of Regulations for the Hear- ��� material.  K?i5ttn^^L^iT *"* .    "J introduced and piloted the'Hearing-  at the last sitting of  he Legislature, ��� )(l  ReflutaUon  Act  through  this year's  I    The regulations give a dourer picture hjmpg  of  the  Legislature  and  because  |ol' the way in which hearing-aid dealer - Qqvmwent is confident that most ot our'  'and consultants are to be registered and. hearing-aid   defers   are   dedicated   and  jlicensod and their activities regulated, honest people, I have gi-eat  pleasure in  i    The 'Act called for a seveiwman Board, announcing that as a result of consults.  'to administer Us. provisions,     -           , ^ona  wjti,  Government  and t|ie  Board,  The   regulations  allow  the Board  to tho West Coast So'ciety-af" Hearing Aid  condition  tha  advertising of a, hearing- Specialists are going to make available td  aid dealer and ,to deal with complaints dealers "licenced and registered under our  which may arise from a dealer's Jnisiness Acl  a  ^tisfaetory  Jiearing-aid  and   ear-  activities.   Certain  safeguards   are   intra- mold* which will be sold to the general  I   ducpd to ensure that the hearing-aid sold pub|io  (ov  nol  niQ,.e  lhan  $50,00,  I  am  is described  as  new  or used, that por- extremely p'eased that dealers, recognize  p   sons'under the age of sixteen must ha^e, that some of our older citizens are not in  0 ^,.   ������'������',..,������  l.:^xnJL . i    be^n /een   by   a   medical   specialist   or a position to pay high prices \b improve a  P-,,1  Ml%nlt                            audiologist before they are fitted with a hearing Joss and this will now mean that  ^     rioaa **>���"��*:���*"        ^                hearing^aid and the Board is also able to a hearing aid is within their reach.'   _.  Hairpin Dena on .WW Wm yW\W    set standards of professional skilh The Board would now like to teceive  IS the truckers route :to bypass, Glbv    Mrs. .Dawson- also sard, "In the-three the comme,lts 0*f interested "parties.-    ,  sons village, can only be negotiated   year? during whieh; 1 have interested my- HJarlnc  aid  dealers and their ern^  by crossing "into the wrong Janetm   seVn U!e dlffl*fes ��l����eneed by our plo^Sh^rS^a^alsoSed^  cominff traffic forced 'this''driver-'to    sei>ior citizens, I have become increasing- P,oveif l[] mis novince aie also asitea 10  coming m anitioiceu  uu*�� uuyw  jo ��� ,                 of the hardshio caused   when contact  tl^e .Bpard,   and  complaints   and  maJceMoo tight: a turn, multing^n    ^^heariS beg"ffi to faifZd i^So Wq&& correspondence may be addres-  ^                                                                                                locked Wheels and a road^OCk. Be-    [parneS   if   the   abSse?  experienced   by* se^ ^ the Board of Hearing-aid Dealers  THANK you Gibsons and districtSr-r-your ���  future. Help our children learn to share,   .sides being a hazard such conditions    older people at the hands of a very few and Consultants, No, 12, Law Courts,. Vic-  ,i'response to the suggestion for a Com-    and care a little.    '                                        cause serious financial loss ,tO freight    unscrupulous    or    irresponsible    hea'riug t0ria' British Columbia,  oC^So'nn^'tZirt   hu\ ^J^tt Our  thanks go  to  many  individuals     companies  which  ply the  route * be-    aid-dealers.  We   have   now  appointed  a -������'**  '.   ��� ��� ���        ;'  Ovrer 350 people  tuined  out   aftei   the    am, 01.ganizations for making this even- ��� ��� tween Vancouver and Powell River,    Committee-to assist .the Board who will For Quick Results Use> Times Adbriefs  M��*8 reports  ��� i ������ *���  Pqge P-6, The f enlnsula JimM  Wednesday, November 1Q> 1971  Ll  ��   *  Athletic Association ��� . .  Comm-unity Hallowe'en party  hailed, outstanding success *  FEDERAL  NDP CANDIDATE  WUfWHK-"!"  m  ���/���:  wfi��y  !���*.  V  1  I*1  f^ym  *\i  HARRY MAGNUS  OLAUSSEN  Federal NEW DEMOCRATIC  PARTY Candidate for Coast-  Chilcotin; 42 .year aid bachelor; born pnd educated iri For  East; world traveller, mMlti-  lungual bgekground. My, interest is PEO��tE/'lt ;vvill bX an  hpnor to serve ydu os a Member of Parfiqrperit. In the meantime, can I 'be of service to  you? Home address: 6887  Fairmont, Powell River, B.C.  Phone number: 485.-4755.  The spontaneous support of Mr. Jacjt  0*, i <jnn  ji,,    ,      ~*     c- i L Merar or,, ana rne uinsons nremen ror  Oct 30th. "The arge boiifue was no match tWxF assistanQe in setting them off The  for the unsualy low temperature of the . Gibsons  iirement   a]ways    so    generous Morris, vice 'president of-the Royal Ca:  evenme, but the coltee helped a lot, where ct,ildren are concerned, also don- nadian Legion, Branch 109, is to be com-  Thfe -proceeds   whicli   totalled   $74,85 ated pop for the pecasion. Our thanks to .mended���-he  got into  tlie spirit  of  this  will be donated to UNICEF's "Sav^ the the Firebelles for their invaluable assist- effort  and   took up  a  collection  which  Children Fund", The people of this' area ance   in   the   kitchen;   and   to  Mr.   Don netted'$2T.8*5��for this worthy cause. If you  enjoyed the evening but also shared their Pearsell and helpers for the bonfire. To feel you woiiKl ajso like to become part  enjoyment with a large group of children the Elphinstone Co-Op'and Local 297 for of this project, especially if you enjoyed  less* fortunate; than ours. This money will their donation of hot dogs. To tlie Kins- t-he^. fireworks' from   your   warm   homes,  lielp prpvide. food, clothing, shelter and men for their hall and' facilities and  a  medical aid for many. We \yorVj\ard for special thanks to Mr. Ron Leachrnan, their  ouri kids to "enable, them to' participate in  soccer: Softball; baseball,, swimming^ etcf),  when this other group of kids need help  jiifjt to survive from day to day. We can  justify and rationalise piir affluence-but  we also must remember aU children grow  up in Uie same world���their treatment or  mistreatment now determines the attitudes of these citizens and leaders of the  president,-for his lieJp in so many areas.  We are grateful to tlie many individuals,  too numerous to mention, who pitched in  and helped wherever it was needed.  Young people like Melanie Mansfield and  Lori MacLellan are really appreciated.  The Gibsons Athletic Association donated  coffee,  cream and sugar, and  trimmings  send your ^donation to Gibsons Athletic  Assn., ��� Box 604, Gibsons)"Tr*"will be forwarded to the "Save tjie cliildt'en fund"  with our thanks.  A special thanks tp Mr. Tom Fraser  and his Sunday School class, consisting of:  Bill HumeiBrian and MicliaeJ Partridg^  Jimmy and David Douglas. Iain and Neil  Fraser,'who readily rose to the occasion  when asked to help us clean up Dougall  for the hot dogs as well as co-ordinated     Park, Sunday morning in the rain. *  Sunshine Coast Whereabouts  ��� 5,000 copies of "Sunshine Coast  Whereabouts" have been distribute  ed and. solid with very positive  results.  ��� Presales of these 8,000 copies include 1,000 copies to the" British  Columbia Department of Travel Industry. Copies of "Sunshine Coast  Whereabouts" distributed last  spring at travel shows by, the Department of Travel Industry went  only to persons who Inquired .direct-  ~" ' ly about visiting dr seeking oppor-  ���   Many   advertisers    have    tgni.ties on the Sunshine Coast.      ���  realized    valuable    results *--*'���-��� ---:������-��������������������-.���  7     y-  through exposure  in  "Sun^   ��� Advertising space is avail-  shine Coast Whereabouts",   able at this time,  *"* Preparations are now underway  to reprint 8,000 copies of "Sunshine Coast Whereat"*outs".  .-���, If ^ou wish information regarding  ad-space-and the result's gained by  this publication, please write:  XYLON PUBLICATIONS,  Pl0. Box 4415, Station "D",  ~        Vancouver 9, P.C. -  or jf)Kohe Dob Boy*e at  Broadway Printers:  876-2101  I m      '***���  ' t . r   .    t,  i     #AMMA��,^����   **.**���. j,   0.       m    *��� ������.( , 00  *��-*��N<ML4H������*��J-��nhrti,f a  -wi* t*   *      *������ mi   t    >.-  t    ���*. -*���        ���        ^        0.0 j   **   *\t    *  i ���*,   -   *      .*   " 0     ii. 0        ��-,*��� ���***"        *   * fc    *,**,<   2  <��_,, .,.,,-_        ""i*  00.0       V   * ��� *-\       +  r ���*��� *\ \ Ji*l * *~ **%--���*. +i* **0* 10* 0     0* t ^ ff^  W%lfc$*&&i0iri��0m**0fi�� m   m   00, *   ���*.


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