BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Peninsula Times Nov 15, 1972

Item Metadata


JSON: xpentimes-1.0185857.json
JSON-LD: xpentimes-1.0185857-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xpentimes-1.0185857-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xpentimes-1.0185857-rdf.json
Turtle: xpentimes-1.0185857-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xpentimes-1.0185857-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xpentimes-1.0185857-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 \  ���it  "2{  $  ��� i-r,  71  ,'VM  717  ���m i  77  3  il  'lif;  K  It   .  '.A  $  f  1  I  Ml  Problem prevalent.. .  learning disabilities  v  7 7  EMJSJSULA  SECHELT School ^oard has launched an  offensive  against learning disabilities  among their pupils.  They pledged support Thursday for a  10-point plan of attack aimed at assessing and training'children suffering from  specific language disabilities (SLD). \  Outlining the proposed program, Hart  Dderksen, elementary superintendent for  the district, .said that between 10 and 20  per cent of pupils- were probably affected  by SLD..  "Sbme^ebple put thisTEigure as higfT  as 40 per cent," he said.  Children with SLD have normal or  above normal intelligence, he explained,  "bub, they can't relate to their surroundings.  . "Their seeing and hearing are distorted, so we can" easily measure their  IQ  because  this  requires  reading."  Language disabilities are more prevalent among boys than girls, added the  eleinentary superintendent. The ratio is  approximately one girl to four or five  boys.  Symptoms of SLD include seeing  words backwards, a-loss of the meaning  of words in the mechanics of reading,  and poor memory of spelling.  The remedial program submitted to  trustees for consideration Thursday provides for, "An intensive in-service program conducted by personnel highly  skilled in SLD screening, testing and  teaching skills in four major areas:  (a) Creating an awareness in teachers that an SLD problem exists.  (b) Assistance to teachers to" identify  problems.  (c) Method of screening and testing  children to identify cases.  (d) Remediation techniques within a  regular classroom. ���     ,      .  The emphasis of in-service programs  must be on screening and testing, said  the brief. ;  Doerksen. recommenced that two or  three-"highly motivated"- teachers-.should-  be selected to delve deeply into the SLD  problem, by attending a credit course  during the. summer. These teachers could  then become resource personnel-" or SLD '  instructors.  Parents should also be involved in the  program by 'attending joint parent-teacher courses designed to deal directly with  SLD testing and remediation.  The present remedial instruction program should be reassessed by remedial  teachers, principals and district staff, the  brief recommends, and changed and expanded to a learning assistance program  (LAP).  Trustee Bernie Mulligan said: "If the  board goes into this, let's really go at  it. I. can see a great need for an SLD'  program in this district. Let's come up  with the cost and do it right."  Supt. FL Hanna noted that under the  new school calendar, five days were  available when teachers could be given in-  service training.  First priority, he said, was to find  out how many children there were with  specific language disabilities. To find the  15 required to start a special class was  "not a major task," he added,  "I would guess there were 'between  70 and 75 in the elementary schools."  Immediate goal of the program would  bo to establish a class for SLD children  in  Sechelt  this being the jnost  central  point. v  Hanna said the board could decided  to, take on language disabilities as their  mam object of the year, just as they had  mathematics the previous year.     .  ��� '   On the- motion of Trustee  Bill M_rlc-  olm,   the  board   agreed.-.to   endorse   the  program in principle and to  go into it  as deeply as tliey could'afford,  \    Representatives of the Association for  Children with Learning Disabilities also.  "liTul-ffmTtMTrlmef-^^  early assessment of affected children and  a budget allocation for teaching them.  The  delegation expressed  support  of  the program endorsed by .the trustees.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing-Gronthams-Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmq Park, Sechelt, Hqjfmobn Bpy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Pqirk, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  \  \  \  7\  2nd Clan Mall     .  Registration No. ,1142  ���V   \  Union   *S_*��   Label  This Issue 12 Pages ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol. 9,  Highway sign  damage costly  "PERSONS who wilfully damage highway  signs can be sentenced to 14 years in  prison if caught and convicted, said  Lloyd Hicks, sign maintenanceman, Department of Highways. ��� -  Hieks told The Times that damage or  removal of highway-warning signs can  result in serious injury or even death.  He cited one instance where a stop sign  was removed and a driver, unfamiliar  with the road, entered an intersection  without stopping and was struck by another car. The errant driver was killed.  He said that removal or damage of  highway signs is an indictable offence  and according to the Criminal Code of  Canada: "Everyone who commits mischief in relation to public property is  guilty of an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for 14 years."  Many youngsters are suspected of  damaging or removing signs, said Hicks,  and if they are convicted they will have  a criminal record for the rest of their  lives? Such~a record will" bar them from���  many jobs and opportunities.  "They'll be marked for life," he said.  If the persons doing the  damage are  juveniles,   parents     are   responsible, - he  reminded.   Recently, said Hicks, all the highway signs in the Roberts Creek. area  have been repainted. If parents see their  youngsters with white paint on their  hands or clothes, Hicks ^suggests that they  be questioned as to how they got it.  If it's from highway signs, remedial action should be taken.  Damage, to highway signs throughout  the province costs the Department of  Highways $50,000 every year, said Hicks.  Good fish streams should  fce avaiIaMfirWie^u_bIifc  GOOD fishing streams shduld be avail-.  able to the public aiid an educational  tool for students.  That was the opinion of Frank Wheeler, federal fishery officer of Squamish.  Wheeler made his comments Thursday  night when some 40 persons turned out  to hear a discussion and, slide presentation by T. D. Bird, senior biologist, federal environmental quality unit. The program was sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Regional District and was held at  the Legion hall in Sechelt.  Wheeler made his comments near tho  beginning of the progrum when a person  in the audience questioned the feasibility  of trying to stock streams in urban areas,  He, suggested that because  people were  -WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER  15,  1972  No elevators  on  BECAUSE-of its construction, the Sun-  shine Coast Queen does not lend it-  Gl BSONS LEGIONAIRES march to  -Elphinstone High School flagpole  Saturday for their Remembrance  Day service. Leading the parade are  Jack Morris (Gibsons Branch president), Mrs. Dot Bragg (Ladies Auxiliary president) and Rev. David  Brown, who conducted the service.  Main speaker at the* indoor service,  held later in the school hall, was  Gordon Clarke, Canadian Legion  Zone Commander, who said that  Remembrance Day was about. Canadians who died believing in a better future. "It's up to you to work  for this future," he told the assembly. "If you do, you will have remembered."  Maple Ridge man injured  when truck hit power pole  LEONARD Lien of Maple Ridge is in  St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, suffering from head injuries received when  his pick up truck struck a hydro pole  in West Sechelt at 11:30 p.m. Nov. 9.  Police said that Lien was taken to  St. Mary's Hospital after the accident  and transferred to St .Paul's on the  morning after.  Police said the^ accident is under investigation.  SEVERAL   THEFTS  Police warn that a rash of thefts of  tapes and tape decks from automobiles  has   been  reported.   Also,  said  police,  a  .number of   summer   homes ...have., been  entered.  Thefts have occured throughout the  entire peninsula, said police.  self _ to v the installation of. an elevator  from the car deck to the main deck or  rest room facilities on the car deck, said  Robert Strachan, minister Of highways.  Strachan was replying to a letter .written by the Sechelt and District Chamber  of Commerce requesting that such facilities be installed on the Howe Sound  ferry. The chamber was backing a re-  quest made by senior citizens who said  that because of the long sairway from  the auto deck to the main deck, it is  difficult to use such rest room facilities.  The seniors. and the chamber asked the  minister to consider the installation of an  elevator and failing that, putting rest  rooms-oh the car deck. The comments  were made at last week's executive meeting of the Chamber. (See editorial in  today's paper.)  Strachan said that "because of construction of the vessel, neither is physically possible."  President Morgan Thompson reported  that several roads throughout the Sun-  uhine Coast have developed holes, notably Mason Road.  The. chamber will write to the Department of Highways bringing the condition of the roads to their attention.  A work session has been called by  the executive to clean up the old tourist  trailer and prepare it for sale. A larger  trailer has been purchased and will likely  be installed in front of Peninsula Motors  where the older trailer is now.  Members  of the executive  have  still  -not determL' ;d ;.r asking price for the  small trailer.  Joe Benner moved a vote of thanks  be given to Adele de Lange for work  she has done typing and preparing the  chamber's proposed new by-laws. The  executive members went over the bylaws last" week"and" will present them to  the general membership at the next  meeting.  In 1973  Davis limits commercial  herring fishing in strait  CANADA'S WAR DEAD are remembered during the .wreath-laying cere-  laying a wreath on behalf of village  council, Mayor Wally! Peterson looks  the fish's worst enemies,  the fisheries    mony at Gibsons- Legion Rcmcmb-   on as Larry Boyd pays homage on  branch could better spend   its money    ranee Day service Held at Elphin-   behalf of Gibsons' Lions. '  NOT STANDING   :  Wo reported in last week's issue that.  trustee.)  William    Malcolm    and    John  Hayes were standing' for re-election  to  Sechelt School District board.  In fact, neither trustee is running for  another term,  We apologize,' for juny embarrassment  1hnl ..this/error ,may have gauged either  parly.  VILLAGES TO MEET  Socholt Village Council "will moot, tonight at 7:30 ut tho villa..o office. Gibsons Village Council will meat Tuesday,  Nov, 21, at 7 p.m, hi Gibson., municipal  hall.   '���  stocking streams in Jervis Inlet or othor  low-population areas.  ... Wlieeler" explained. that, tho . department feels that fishing should be available to tho urban population and be a  center where youngsters can study fish.  Capllano Creek was cited as a prime,  example of a well-stocked fishing stream  in a, highly populated area.  Bird, ln n slide presentation, explained ' how . logging and poor forestry practices destroy spawning,streams, His slides  showed various scones around British  Columbia and how on udromous fish xq-  - turn' to tho same streams to'spawn,  stpne  High School Saturday, After  Conciliation fails ...  4.    **_*.   _*.����# fc^ iW #��*��&**�� at &   1 W._ 4.-'lH.l1Mfk tU49BAi-)tfjri&ll��.1tti  School pay in arbitration  after negotiations falter  '  ' '  '  '|^r a    ! ���  '   I   '    '       f ���   a  I    |      a   1,'n    |.  SALARY negotiations hnvo broken down  ���    between Sechelt .School-Board and the  E, It, Cuylilfl, planning director of tho' Ideal' teachers' association.  Sunshine  CoaKt ' Wogional DisU'lct    nald Government-appointed mediator at tho  that the board would bo interested Jn talks,' Clyde 'Gllmour,  put  \\\q dlnpulo  sponsoring othor fisheries lectures, into arbitration last Wednesday aftor all  I  I a,|  'i'i I     1,1,  /���.. ' .,"'';, a ��,.-���'..,.���'..���".'',' .M';i,v.:77.: ." :��� ��.,.  i1. '        ,    ��� >    i     >''i    <, '   ' ' ,"0     . ; '' ' ..ii... .-ii..'   ! . i   ,'     .  iii i> ' 'i i'  '    ' .   ii1': ';..;'-i  ���*ftt��^<*M filVl H t^^^l��t.tfJW(.^i^��^lf_ii��<i(��.��-��>*|��*fcl.W��M*.afcWMl^*ll|��M'Wt^lVtVltlW**��. ."M^  '     7a        ',7   a       ���        ��� , ��� |V '      " 1 "-"'      'HI     "''���    '  'l  ���" "   ' '   ' '   '   . i '      4'   ���    '     '   '     '. '    \,    I .'    l'    '7 I        jS  \   '   ' ��, ",0'| hi  )>     ' >a     "I, .j t|  nl l|j'  .../'/���J    a,  ,'.J'   I       "  *   '."III       ,  ���     ' fti\li I la*'l  l'<     "I  conciliation uttom'pta faiieji,  ��� ��� Sechelt^reachers"   Association    aro  probinl'foi^ ranging  from 10 per con. utaU)o,it��lnli,r|um qualification level to 0.2 per .cb'rit, ut /tho maximum.  , ��� '      ,      ,p <t  ;   '  '   '  Estimated payroll Increase under tholr  domandH would bo 0,r>'l por cent,  based on touchers' length of tenure, rather \\u\n q\\ t'-plv��qM^liflcitttl0n-V, Cji'OutQHt  COMMERCIAL herring fishing will be  banned in the Strait of Georgia in  1973 between Campbell '.River and Victoria, said Jack Davis, environment minister.  Davis said there.will be a catch limit  of 50,000 tons for food purposes only, in  other areas and that the number'of herring fishing vessels will be limited under  a licence control plan.  Fishing in the Strait of Georgia will  only be permitted in a minor way for  bait fishing under licence, The number  of, herring fishing vessels, elsewhere will  be! limited to 97" "seine boats that partici- .'  pated in a major way during the 1971-72  season. , ���      .      .    ���.   A  Powell River  group  has  urged  a  20-year closure of herring fishing in all  Canadian waters. '���.'.,  Ppwell River Tourist and Industrial  Development Commission' in a brjpf to  Davis pusht.d for such a closure except  for-seining fpr bait purposes and human  . <!ohsumPtlpn;,,o|.���iargeiv hqi. rlng.,,^,^,,,,!,.,^.,,,,,  ,,, The brief stated that herring spawn  20,000 to 105,000 eggs pei' season and  iabout 80 per cent of1 the spawn constitutes,, tl>e initial 'mortality ratp, from  storms, freezing, sunlight and predators  mentioned.  , ',"l"hlH loavesi 20 por cont to hatch an,d,  survive, incubation and maturity, Confronted by tho greatest predatory, of ��� dll  now (man) herring'coijlfl well "jc.' another species headed for extinction,  .'_��� ^hp flJ'oup's brief concluded by,, urg-  ��� ln��i '    .  . 7   ,  ���''(1) Herring bo declared a protected  Hpoclcs in all Canadian waters for nt lou-st'  20 years and  probably  forever, Exeop-  ...t  Villages 0K  .*-_J-_-M**^.__-iJtaQw  :7 .      ,,   ,' '   l-fcr- cent���reducing   proKl'casively   to  ("���  7-1 ,.'.'.,,  ..       per cont for touchers, with ;10 orMrnoro  ���       years oxporlonca. ,!  1 Under   tho   board,, proppsnV rpf\yi!QU.  costs would ilncrquHO by' 7,50 per. cent.  rliv i.ddl'tlvh |o 'thf) jiulutyi tohiuj; ��� S'f A ���  n.o.nboi'H arc prosHlnB .forhi., ijrou'ivdonlul  **"!*���*��� ���*������ ���'l I  GIBSONS 'and Secholt wl'l} hold i) spring  referendum  dn  tho  controversial .ro-  creutlon contro, .    ]      r   - 1 ���     , '  ' " Thl-pls' U.q vyonl handud down I'nim      ,.,, ,   ,   ...  ,  , ���������-,,���k,;,v     'hu Joint., council mceUng hold in;camoru  ^program, wi Ih Mm .:oi.lti.,i|)unxl ,50-1)0,, and ,   n0Vi ii |0 .Uijei.iiti I ha Imiuo,,- i  lidclitloiiiil pfovllilonfl' \t>r, pulrl' le/ivo.' "7    '   ��� ' Mayor "Wully .retortion mado 'the' ricelli.  - 'Cl��airm9iv^of'"tho;.;ho^rp7ii6rflonnol'"-{^:' p^u^ jt Oltldrin'. council" Vncotfaio  lions Co this would be seming '^ov bait  purposes and human consumption of  larger  herring.  "(2) That more reliance be placed upon  the recommendations of fisheries patrol  officers, .wildlife federations,, sports  groups and commercial fishermen and  less ��� upon marine biologists arid others  working   in  a  mostly  theoretical  capaT  .city. . , , ,.... 7,l,,._.'...,i   ' In closing, other sources of marine revenue . should be investigated and we  particularly recommend a, study of control on dogfish in coastal waters**  Student posters set   ,..,  to boost Sea^Gayalcade    POSTERS designed by local school ^children  will be used'to advertise! and  promote this year's Sea,Cavalcade.  Sechelt School '"Board approved a "'tQ'"'''''r"'"':'  "quest* Thursday'^  committee ��� to hold a poster^ contest in  .;, Peninsula... schools,,,. ,,,..,,,,,���,,,.���.���, ���1���t,���1���,,ilw,���, ,.;,���, .,  Representatives of the committee told '""  trustees that thoy Intend awarding nine  prizes for the best entries in various .ago  groups. Also, a grand prize of a bursary  will go to the student designing' tho  ,best poster) overall,  This entry, they said, would' become  'official' poster for the event and would  bo .used euch year in Cavalcado promo-   -  Uon;-   _ - -    - >, ���-      ���       '7,2 ' " ' '  ',"   ' "Wo started out looking fdr'somoth Ing   '    '  to 'genomic community    apirii    on ,tho  Peninsula, not JuM in Gibsons/' said lho  committee j.pokotiwomnnP  "We came up ;,  with tho idea of a poster contest,"  AH entries would bo displayed in lho    ,  .  ylllago library before juflglnej, fiho sulc(.  PrizeR phd" tlio" bursary will b<? 'fiiir  anccd through locul'businesses s'p'onsor-'  .   )ng the, contest, and no far,;'"enthuBlaam'  tt4*W*..^*a^^J��m*.p^t��**m*.tj0m*^i.'��t��tUm*^  from sponsors nus,.boon fttn),a.sUc,H. a ,   . pistrlct Supt.' RL Hannu1 sui^d 'that a  roprosont^Hvo oflho''"cc)mmittco; )iad ful-"' "' '"  tended a*staff mooting.and1 explained.the < ^ *  planning for this year's Cayol^udo,,.  ; "Both principals aiid teuohors we're In  support, of it," ho sulci, '  oommitleo, Bornie,-I\!|ulllg-im t<?id trostoon-  ���niurtddy' IhiiftM'.ST'A 'wiisi 'Hci'Iur' un-  roollMlc it)- llci f|omon(}li. ,    ��� ,  ������ .,7   ���  "Touchors' wilrij. Ion ' rmigo' (i|'6m '��� .$20,21)0  to 1(17,01.:. >vlth tho majority In-thu $13,000  to, !jil<1.000 category,". ;ho -mild. ��� 'T ho I r  v/ngnn  (nr 'mirpasn a  PhuvniMolst'n  und  nthorquulll'lod juioplo,"^ ���'  lie, i.ipiirl.'.,l    llicri" liml  hcun ���nllijhl.  nRiT.?rn(<Mii-*on,lthfrr|iirfil)qr]-',-(;)l'"pnl(,l'*l^HV(r  unc\i cm1 full HUlarya payiiieutn  lo Work*  m<fn's ppmpensution, Bonhl clulmnnti.,  > TruHl'oo Bill MuU'olm JfoU , t)io ,board  nhiuild  nut  wppi'uvu  un  ugroomont  bu-    ., ���,,���.,       i ��� , ��� _     _    _  twoon theniHolvos and. Iho STA' bunod on    ���,,".ttV0 ��(Mi��ldorublo HJtpoiwun. }\n front, of  " Mjil 11 pjin7~^',"*-*"',t*m***^^  "Wo.Bhoiildn't sign an ugrcomont," ho   report prenontod," ho oxpln^nod, ''Wo huvo  nnld. "It's going to arbitration und that's    to'arrnhuo our priorities, nnd wo fool tho  ('-.'.icedriy, fijsiciinjj tidrn n j;oint.^tit*inent:, ;  ho mild', "Bolh'councils, iprol-i-tio 16, ns-  ,noiV��blo' coiU lnfoi'mmtlon.And prlorlUon to  place bo fori} their respective ratepayers,  und, huv'Jng.dono'll.ls, ,nr�� Jn agreement  to holding a recreation referendum ln tho .  HPi'lnK,'!    , ,       ' ���. '        , ,, ,  , CohI  lu.nrmulioi., he nul<1,'T w.oiiKI not  J iqjs\s\ clciril Jo Jha .xcciimi lO.iu.Mn.vci'.j.nL.  wiiOUl Inohuh. all rontn fuclng locul ,|ute-  payora in tho near future. ,.;.:.  GII)Hons Cleric, David .lolinslcin, told  Ail-Briefs  point  the way  lo action!  -��-w **��*_.__ ^mmrnm*->*^fm_  wi^(_. iff K��-..->--l(WM[l��-W.W^-llWMh.tW**l  M'  The TliiieH later, lhat both liiniilolpalltlcu  In Today's , Classified;^  M���>A'���aMM^MMVtl*MWMMf��tM���V��#UM^AllWWlAAAaM^ I  CHROME kitchen  lublo,���'<! cliulrii,  hinX  uhosterfioldi mulching clmlr. ncwitou-  clltlon      '   '    V',. ',        ''������ ' l '���  l--HWfctlbwMli��WW!4U��--*��^^  "*"1"  WWWwtiWfWBitw^^  * Tlm^�� .Classified., reach ovor 2,500 home*  (10,660 raa^ru).  ia-r'.-^^WAItiWwwsjft^^  SECHELT INDIAN BANDilotlofC a . .comrades pt U16 SochoU, Conptaph   Cenotaph; Throo   aircraft .of, Tyco  parade of Legionnaires, cubs;* flcouts,- duringyliomombranoo Day sorvlcos Airways flow.ovor. tho ,Cenotaph.lu  guides and brownies .Saturday.when .oACteivft prayer by tho,Rev, Dennis   a salute U> Canada's war dead,  veterans paid tribtito to their < fallen ^Popple, wroaUics.woro, laid: at ,tho  it."  The bourii ngrned,  No dale has been sot for tho arbitration hearing, but, J tin MeUlqr, school  bourd udminiHtrnloiv.tpId Tho Times that  by law, u ."liml decision muni be bunded  down bcfoiu Dec. 31.  - people should know wluit costs .fro ^ilolng  them," ,  Johnston predicted thut this information would be made available to ratepayers'  somo time.in Jununry or February,1, with  tlie actual referendum talcing place in tho  later purl of March or April,  777  <��-i!*��8-^-<*1*^^  "T  1  ��� Tlmos Classlfloda qo INTO lho honVM . ,7 y  '  ' not on, lawns, streot* or Iri culvbrU.     '7""' *,' **"  ��� Tlmo�� Classlfloda aro loW-cost, Wgb-pot��ncy",',"!  sqIos tonics,  ��� Phono IJno�� opon Sunday; claulflod J  885*9654 Setholt,'��8864iai Olb��nCTrrT't['  'f ' �� If  t;*v*-ij. it -.in n9\ i Ai  \  \  V-  \  Page A-2 Peninsula Times, Wedriesday, Nov.  IS,  '"V "  ��� *  1972  REAL ESTATE (Con..)  VyWM^||yMyMtlWt����Mi-MMi_a.^^  Sechelt - Phone 885-9654 \ j  TheP  ENINSUXA  Classified  Gibsons -Phone 886-2121  -BRIEF  e^v^����avvunfvuviiv^iatiaeiiVitvu^vviameifit>0M0mmei��i��iMe>ivi^*'^<*i'^^^'  h_gi-W__wiM_t  KiO ACRES beautiful elevated  "property,  some   view,  _���._,.,.,l.wl   "   Mi_.i>      <  trails,  secluded.    Near   Secret. -Cove,  $70,DUO.  The Time  Wrile  .*>Se  c-o  Box   310,  e-chelt, B.C.  332-tfn  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  PERSONAL  v-  yr-  y-  Member, Audit Bureaa  of Circulations  March 31,  V972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2-421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  ot Circulatior.. subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rate*:  3 Line Ad-Briefs (12 word'.)  One Insertion      .-       $1.10  Three   Insertions  $2.20  Extra line1. (4 word.) ..    ���- 30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box  Numbers'        50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader  advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam,   Marriage  and   Engagement-  notices are $3.60 (up to  14 lines)  and   30c   per   line   after   that.   4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates. "���  Subscription Rotes���  By  Moil:  Local Area  $6.00  Outside  Local  Area  . $7.00  U.S.A.      $9.00  Overseas           $10.00  Special Citi.zens,  Local  Area __$3.50  Canada   ._.��� $400  Single Copies     -       , 15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display .advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will, be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In  the event of a  typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper.  Advertising   is  merely  an  offer  to  sell,  and   may   be   withdrawn   at   any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising    is   accepted    on    the  cordition   that,    in   the   event   of  typographical    error,    that   portion  of   the  arlverti'.inq   space  occupied  by   the   erroneous   item,   together  with reasonable allowance for signature,   will   not   be   charged   for,  but  the  balance  pf   the  advertisement ��will  be paid  for at  the applicable rale.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled beforn  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is aiso chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  ...���_���,. ���- '      ,      ,, - ;���=_  COMING EVENTS  RUMMAGE nnd bnl.o snip is  hoiiiH held bv Roberts Crook  School 'Pn re ills Anxilinrv nl  ��� :SUv Adon'R, Hullv Nov.7i1v 1-3  p.m. Cnll .i..ll-2,r>f)3 'or ...I.I-2(I2T>  for pick up, (121-52  C.W.L. Ilarver,' Tea and  Bazaar a Sucesss! The Catholic Women's League held,  their tea and bazaar on Oct.  2(5. Many thank.: to all v. ho  attended, to the willing, helpers, and to donors of prizes and  articles, namely Benners, Parker's Hardware, Shop Easy,  Stedmans and Western Drugs.  Special thanks go to Dick'  -eiaytorr-foT-iKe- Tjf-rhe~ME.il in  selling- raffle tickets. The raffle winner.-? are: first prize, a  bedspread was won by Mrs. C.  Sheridan of West. Sechelt. -Mrs.  A. Stein.hauser of ^.erhelt won  the second prize, a stainless  steel set. Third prize, ten dollars, went lo Mrs. Prnmagei- of  Oibsons. Children's door prizes  were won hy.Shaun Casey and  Tricia Nielsen. Adults door  prize went to Mrs. D. Duffv.  835-51  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thurs7  clays,  Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn  BAHA'I Faith, informal  chats.  885-9568,  88G-2078.       168-tfn  IN view of the change in educational finance policy  which can be anticipated with  the recent change, in government, it is likely that the position of School Trustee ��� will  again become an import ant  and meaningful role in Lhe  community. The Sechelt Teachers' Association, therefore,  encourages responsible and  capable members of the community to make themselves  available as candidates in the  forthcoming School Board  elections in Sec-hell and Pender Harbour. Deadline for  filing is  November 20,   1972.  8(13-51  REAL ESTATE  .\'-i  to  14  acres  wes  t   ol  La fig-  d  ale  Vi<  ���w  .rope  rty.  treed.  wa  er.  SOI  th   :'������  ope  R2.  Phone  8Kfi  -2��i;i.  930-tt'n  HOUSE plus. 10 ACRES  Want -  Horses?  - Build a Boat?  - A Camping Site?  Or just "do your own thing"  in the privacy of approx. .-10  lovely acres in Roberts Creek.  Huge workshop, garage and  40 x 20 concrete block build-'  ing large enough for any  hobby or light business. The  3 bedroom basement home  with sep. DR and wrap around  sundeck completes tho picture.  LOTS OF LOTS  See  me for  V_��  acre  lots from  $3250  all  wooded  and  private.  .some   with   potential   view   in  Redrooffs  Estate  EWART McMYNN \  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Multiple ��� Listings   Service  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.��  WATERFRONT HOME: Immediate po:,:.es.-:idn. Extra  large lot on a very safe sandy  be\ich. VeVy attracive home,  full basement, FI-W heat and  in a very secluded area. What  else could you Wish for?  ��� WA^FEH-FRGN-T- R-E-T-I-R-K-  MJ.NT HOME:, X;|.bson's  Area, flat landscaped lot on  a sandy bpach. Guest-house,  workshop-garage, all electric.  Save the price of the lot by-  taking advantage of this lease  land.  WATERFRONT INVESTMENT PROPERTY:-'Right  smack-dab in the centre of  Gibson's Bay area. 3 bedroom  home, double garage etc. Make  your offer now at the lower  fall prices.  GIBSONS BAY AREA: One  acre of flat land with 3  bed. O-T home. If you are  planning on any type of development don't overlook this  one   at   only   $27,500.   (offers).  IF IT'S A COMFORTABLE 2  BEDROOM home with electric heat on a view lot that  you are looking for come and  see   this   one   for  only  $15,500.  A NEW HOME: Sure we have  one with 2 bed., all elec,  extra long lot, semi-view, no  steps, on all utilities and close  lo school and shopping. F.P.  $211.500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Two excellent, and well located  building Jots on a residential  street. Both lots are level and  cleared. All facilities available..  F.P.   $12,000.    OFFERS.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE;... Level Jot, size 1.60  acres. Partially cleared. Road  frontage on Beach Avenue is  lf>0 It. Water, Hydro and phone  available. Close to store and  on transportation. F.P. $12,300.  Terms may be arranged.  LOWER ROAD: Two excellent  -building lots, close to' good  beach. On paved road. Water  connections, Hydro and phone  available. Lots have been selectively cleared. Some view  obtainable. F.P. $5,600. F.P.  Terms considered.  X  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  SEVERAL     panoramic     vi."''  lots ritjar waterfront in Gov.-  er    Point    area   .from    $550o  terms. Phone "S8G-2B87.    940 f..  GIBSONS: DfelightfuL 4. room  cottage on view lot. "Convenient to beach, shops and  P O. Ideal retirement home.  Terms on $17,750.  LEVEL, acre  in   rural  CM.,...A  \  \  \  FOR RENT (Continued)  Help wanted  ^ELMA Park  meetings,  Ph.  885-9437.  Community Hall  social     activities.  B28-4  WORK WANTED  dRESSMAKING   an>i   alteration's. Phone a&6-7589. 470-tfn  ____  LABORERS and flagmen, frum  the Sechelt area will be required for work on a local  uiaving project which will be-  pin in a lew weeks. ��� Pjease  mail enqurres tb: O.K. Paving  Co. Ltd., 760 Topaz Ave., Victoria. Attn. Mr. R. Baldwin,  LF-1272. 746-51  \  acre  in  rural  settii...  ShortNdistance to _shjQp-. mul   j-patft  schools.   $6,000   or   hear   offer.        900 square feet with full ba  ment. Newly construct'.").  Main floor consists' .2 be7-  moms. comb. living-diiniiL.;  room with W-W carpet ancl  large view windows. Convenient kitchen with breakfast  area, large vanity bath. Plumb,  roughed in for second bath in  "ground  FURNA-C.��    installations    and  burner    service.    Free    esti-  Ph.  886-7111. 36-tfn  ELEXTROLUXv  vice,    Sechelt  Harbour   areas,  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate Board  PHONE  88G-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS  WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  8234-50  Viow  from  VBIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHEIT  WESTERN DRUGS  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Bos. Wishes to tho happy  paronrs.   4.���__~-...,..        '       ,|   LYN nnd Fred Simpson nro  pleiisod lo iinitouiK'o tlio  birth of n hnhy girl, Deborah  Len, Mm Oetobor, 27, (I ��ll>n.,  3 os.!.. ' IIKI-Rl  also-  lots,   close   to   Gibsons  $5000 for   ��_  acre treed.  For    further    details,    please  - phono-Mi's,, FloU-hor   88(j-.>r>(i7  or 880-7512,  BELL-IRVING    REALTY LTD; '  1199 W. Pender Street  Vancouver, B.C.  B233-B0  TWO five noro blocks, olevnt-  (id property wllhin village  or Sechcll. In populilT K'uliVllv-  Ifiioii iiren. Write Bos IHO, c-o  Ponlnmiln  Tlmos, Secholt.  33fJ;ir,n  ,'' .      .' 'i"'.1 ,'��  PENDER HARBOUR  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible lo walor making it  ideal for a year .round'wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,-500.    Phone    880-7374    or  write box 708, Gibsons.   8202-tfn  ilie aT.ove "ground."baserhent.  A-oil heat. Attached, car-port..  All for the low price of  S.M-Tf.O.  TERRTEIC    holding   property.  ..   r.ide   bv   .side   lots-with   a  view   unsurpassed.   $6,000   full  price. "Name  your .own term-.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD7  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8238-51  FOR RENT  2 BEDROOM waterfront house,  heatalator fireplace, auto, oil  furnace. Gibsons area, $lf>0  per month lease. Available  now.   Phone   88(5-2081   or   88f>-  _.2:.r.. ��� '   .      83G-r��i  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  ROOM   ancl   board   in   private  home   also    fully   furnished  cottage to rent. Ph. 833-2697.  .  '   ... 7  7,819-51  WINTER    accommodation  available,   Oct.   1st   thru   May  1st.     Lowe's     Madeira     Park  Motel.   Ph.   883-2450.      529-tfn  COTTAGE, 2  bedroom, .partly  furnished.     Roberts Creek.  Business   couple.   Phone   88(>-  7310. 764-tfn  TWO  bedroom  house,  electric  heat,   unfurnished,  available  immediately.   Phone   886-2069.  941-.r.l  SPECIAL monthly rates until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby     Lake     Motel,     R.R.I.,  -Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269  566-.fn  SEMI-FURNISHED     3   Win  cottage, oil heat,  fridge and  electric stove. Phone 885^9090.  73851  2 BEDROOM waterfront home  (mostly furnished), Gower  Point rrea: Oil heat, fireplace.  Nov. - March 31. $200 mo. No  pets.  112-263-651.1), 744-51.  MOTEL units for winter rentals, Madeira Park area, to  quiet reliable adults. Box 741,  c/o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt, B.C. 741-51  TYPEWRITERS,   adding  machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. .   7-tfn -  COLLINS  Handyman   Service. \  Duroid   roofing   and  repairs,  digging,     "hauling,       panting,  carpentry  etc.  Ph!  88.5-2391.   ._ ^ 676-tfn  HOUSEWORK, TioteK work,  . ��� babysittihg, -waitress, store  clerk,, Purses aid dietary maid,  etc. Carol, Phone 883-2283.  7-36-51  YOUR   painter   is   now   available. Phone 885-H7K1.    754-51  ODD jobs. $2 per hour. Phone  880-2080. 787-tin  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  A complete Tree Service  Phone 885-2109  8231-tfn  Sales   &   Ser-  and    Pender  Ph.   886-2989.  .. \    744-51  2 BEDROOM house,..West. Se-,,  chelt. 835-9044. 71.2-52  OBITUARY  PENDER HARBOUR  OYSTER  LAGOON:   Lovely  parklike  lot  on  Kent  Road/ *rjood'  building or mobilo homo site,  Asking  $6,000 on easy terms.  WATERFRPNT: Protected moorago and a beautiful view are lho  main features of this Bargain Harbour property, There's also- a  "3��room*cabln��whlch..ls.^  $19,500 terms,  WATERFRONT: 275' of'deep protected moorago on 4,boaullful  acres in the heart of Madeira Park, Proporty has boon landscaped  ond prepared -for resort buildings with all roads ancl campiiioi  completed. $50,000.  t* JOC|< HARMON���8,83-2745 (Any Time)  CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED,  ���J OI JNSTONE *--"' ."Mini wiiy  in Hi, , Miii'y'n llottpllnl on  Novombor 7', 11)72 Knyi, II,  iIoI.ikii.h.o of "H'.'hi.ll mul Mud-  olnil'nrk, 'widow ,of llio Into  l~.cll-.-ir Hliuii'l -l.jl.i.Mlono. Sill'-  vlvod by lwo hrnthei'N, JitmoH  J.iiyfluid.of..Siuil.oll und Umii'Mo IHoullmriv  Wllllum l.iiyllcld nl' Lou Anno-    offiM'H,  cm nnd  one  nImIoi',. Mrtt, Juno \AC\< MORI .  mmy nophnwH nnd' iioIhoh,  I'rlviilo uiTimiinini'iilM llirii|i|;h  lli<> lli'ii'voy lAmi'i'iil 'lfiini.),  llffil Mni'lnn .illo in won. Howl  , ol' Mi...(iii-_. PiirU. Ovor 850  rod wntoi'lVnnl wllh Idronhdro  louse. Try yonr.olTorn on I'M',  nnd  lorniH,  Ovnp   !}()()()7.1,   wnlprfrrtnt   nl  Soorol Covo on 81 iktoh iml-  uml, pnrU-IIKo, trood hind wllh  u^pi.Hiii'Oi .....(."pun lo,  lliiV-m  Rochoslor Rectify Ltd.  Phone 883-2701 ���  ,  ,    .nanfl-no  ��* tfpa-^fj^u^^-WJp-jwpB-p, I  Attorn m  JOHN BREEN LID.  ^^^RGal Eilalo S. Inr.uranco  t ,��       t._���,u...f.>... .   ��� j _ , i  " Pbnclor Harbour"��' F.cjmont'- Earl's  Covo  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA ^ Good business pro-  posh Ion wllh wlntor Incomo, Owner requires chancjo.  Just $60,000 EP; offors on clown payment,  WATERFRONT AcliFAGE���o^acroa with 425' of  -boach;~700L.on*hl9hwciyr-|(.|oa|��for--MQrlnQ',--HQtQU-  Motol or what liavo you,, Or, Idoal for condominium  . ,,..   :       for, A or 5 familiar.. FP.!M?,9Q0. .  ACRnAGR���-Approx. 7 ncror, on Hlohway 101; wllh  ������ ��� -S00��-of-f TonttinffrFP-? 15;000r  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  REAL ESTATE'AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  886-248.1-  ^^Ml-Glbsonsr^B.G  m��i'7i   GOWER POINT ROAD , , ,  1,?, acres. of ylow sloping land' with ,four bedroom '  homo, 1080 sq, ft,, auto, "oil, sun dock, basomenl,  flood family home.'$5,500 will handle If you got  ���flov't 2nd mortgage, F,P. $25,000, *   GRANTHAMS LANDING  Watc|i tbq,.fprxlQa.cpma In from this 2 bedroom  stucco, vlow homo, flroplaco, carport, guest houso,  onto,  oil h<y��t/ onsulto plumbing.  F,P,  $22,900.  Good terms on bank mortgage available,   $'i^^i��r~acre    '  -for-a-45-Qcre:pprcohovorlo6klng-How6-JSound��and-  Gfoorgla Strait, Como In and sco this rare Invest*  ...      7   mont, , 7   ' ... .   '  SI-MI-WATERFRONT LOT Nicely Irood, good��� locq-  tion, walor, and power availably, Only  100 paces  from beach, FP $7000 with V?. down.  "'  ������  ���'-���     ���,'      '  ���  -I,  I NEED LISTINGS  Call John Uroon at 883-2794 (24 hours)  COMMERCIAL    '  "Fl'wy .101, cloSTfo r.lioppTrig"conTro, slw 85'>rn07   *-a'p*orfecr,bQsin'o'sr��"'iocationr$9;40o;^   LISTINGS���WANTED  K, A, Crosby 886-2098 �� J.  E, White  886-2935  J, Vlssor 885^2300 �� Mlko Blqhoy 086-7436  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT-   ...     .  Steel Spar Operators  Fallers  Grajbple Operator  Part Time Assistant Time  x    Keeper, 2-3 days a week  Transportation daily from  Port. Mellon to camp antl return. Interested parties call  Vqncouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  venquiriesf. attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435, after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw 9249-48  NEED   housekeeper   3   days   a  month.   Phone   885-9427.  822-1  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  E:  Office 885-2235       , -  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  ROBERTS  CREEK #2733  Over   1,000 square  feet  in   this 2  bedroom  home  with  full   concrete  basement   and  auto,   oil   furnace.   Situated   on  one  acre  of  gently sloping  land on  the high side of Highway   101.  Full  price  $25,000. Coll Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  SELMA PARK J24��5  Excellent location for boating, swimming, fishing. 59' waterfront  lease lot at breakwater, Selma Park. Has 1yvQ 2-bedroom houses,  each about 650 sq. ft. ��� one on the beach ���- other at highway  level. Present lease cost per annum $112.50. Where else can  you buy two 2-bedroom houses for only $15,000 full price.  Appointment necessary ��� CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 eves, or  ANYTIME. 885-2235.  DAVIS BAY #2680  View location, paved road, close to beach area. Forced air heating  plus fireplace. Carport plus garage. Modern 2 bedroom home with  kitchen, dining area and livingroom; taking full advantage of  view. Best of all, only $25,900 F.P. with $10,000 down or cash  offers  invited.   CALL  BOB   KENT  885-9461   eves,  or   885-2235  ANYTIME.  SELMA PARK #2723  See this brand new 3 bedroom home situated on quiet side road.  Block off highway; just a few finishinq touches now being completed. Do you qualify for the $5000 government second mortgage?  Requires only   $6,,000  to  arrange   first  and   second   mort  gage to put you in  residence. CALL BOB KENT TO VIEW  9461 eves, or 885-2235 ANYTIME.  885-  PENDER HARBOLIR LOTS #2669  Want a lot in Pender Horbour, can't afford the cost? Look at  these lots, from $4,950 to $6,000. Pay only 30% down, good  terms'oh balance. Lots are treed, some have view, all close to the  waterfront. Call Don Hadden 885-9504 or Peter Smith 885-9463  evenings.  SELMA PARK /  Good view, size 1,0.0^135 cleared but rough,. nice  greens remaining. Lowest price lot in area of now  this   for   only   $5,250,   excellent   holding   property  #2587  small ever-  homes. Buy  with   oppor  tunity   for   value   increase.   Call   Peter   Smith   885-9463   eves,  DAVIS BAY     #2543  Excellent cleared  lot In choice area, all  services,  66x187,  good  level access from Greer Road. View cannot be spoiled from below,  clearing'clone;1 leveling' would be minimal, Asking $5,950." Call  Bob Kent 885-9461 or Peter Smith 885-9463 ovos.  -SELMA-PARK  - - >  -.- * ��� - - ��� ��� #2679,  1 Bedroom homo, over 700 square foot, an 100x125 foot lot.  House nlcoly roflnlshccl, living room largo ancl airy, Only $2,000  clown to full prlco of $14,750, good torms, Flno opportunity for  young couplo, or rolircd people, Open for cash offors, Call Potor  4,_..,.MbJ^��d^^  irr#��v*. ..ttiW* llilM^ ;.  WEST SECHELT //2722  Ovor half an acre of vlow proporty, Roughly 80'x300' depth, Fow  stop from lovol boach access, "City" walor, phono ancl hydro,  but has that "country" foollna. Just $2,500 down; balance easy  is. Full prlco $7,500, CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 ovos, or  ANYTIME 885-2235.  pay mont  PENDER HARBOUR '' <//2542 & #2670  Cholco locations at Pondor Harbour for commorclal ontorprlRbR or  lust plain living In the heart of tho Fisherman's Paradise, CALL  13013 KENT 885.9461 ovos, or 885-2235 ANYTIME,  WILSON CREEK ' ' ' #2455  Largo lob low priced 4 boclroom homo on full basomont, auto,  pll hoat 1 block off highway, "Clly" walor availablo, hydro ancl  phono, Short dlstanco to flno boach, At.tho law prlco of $19,600,  'Requires soma finishing. CAIX'.'BOB KENT 885^946]  ovor,. or  885-2235 ANYTIME.  "SELMA-'PARK' - ' ��������������� - - ��� .--#2656-  pno of tho finest vlow lots high up In Solma Park has a now 2  boclroom mobilo homo all ready for occupancy,  It has boon ap-  _provadJ.y��CSA.,,_tha.-fiulldlnQ4jnspoclQr*4^  16,450 sq, ft, Pull prlco'$17,900, To'vlow CALL DON MADDEN  ..,_���. , ,.     885-9504 oyos.  DAVIS BAY. WATERFRONT #2657  (2 alc)oTby��f��lcJq, yvotprfror^l lot?,  140 foot frontage, no buildings,  fqclng wont  to glorloui fiuntiolR. good building 'iltm, wnlor and  hydro. Lot us dlffcusa financing wllh you on total nsklljn price of  $28)000,  CALL DON  HADDEN  885-9504  or  PETER  SMITH  ,     .    805-9463 ovonlnn-i.   ��� A  ^mV^r^omKm \     "*"* "^iiio"  Try $5,000 down and ronlol return" for monthly payments 6'ni"  100' frni.lc.no, Gulf view property, CALL JACK WARN 886-268)  " ' ovnnlngfii      '        .'  RUSTIC RETREAT   #2655  , Aplaw 10 |<oop n fiorin?, A.rntroat whoro ypu can grow 0 garden,  over 30Q"x600' wllh a '.mall cabin and good woll, $3,G0Q down,  ���     .  ��� $10,500 F.P, CALL JACK WARM 086-2681 nvnnlnnn.'   ' "  -ASK-FOR-FRRR-CATALbGUE-OF-RRAL-ESTATG"  Pom 155, Sechelt  tgkWaitytatrwgfti.tW  :.i  -AG fi N CIE S * kTD jt���-j*  Phono 885-2235  Or Gall Toll 'Free from tho Grpotor Vancouver Areo  ZEnith 2012 ''  ���'-  (E.&O.E.) .,..,,     .    ,  _-l_���. -u_���'' ;;;���/(,������ .'  ���    H  "ft  ��� _ -_>.-��*  -fcW.v_E.jrj"  MADEIRA PARK  2*yr*. old ranch style home with 4 bedrooms. Electric heat, carport. Attractive white sandstone fireplace/ wall to wall carpet in  living room. Large kitchen-dining room with coppertone rbngie,  hood end fridge. 12'xl2' utility room vyith cuipboqfds. Plus a  24'*36' shop |)uildir.4,Jullyihsulated. Situctted on dn a^ttactiye  veiw  Ipt  ahd   close  tfii school,  stores.   pSsttiffice  and   rhd'rihds.  $37,500.  VIEW LOTS��� GARDEN  BAY ESTATES  Iri a beautiful setting., serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, mannas and post  office. One steep lot at $3,000, the balance priced from $6,000  to  $10,000.  WARNOCK ROAD'  Level    lot,    79'x2007   Excellent   mobile    home    site.    $6,200.  MARY ISLAND  Beautiful 4.8 acre Mary Island/ just outside Madeira-Park Govt.  wharf. Over  1,500 ft. sheltered waterfront, water, telephone and  electricity.   Large,   comfortable   log   home   with   electric   fjeating,  small  guest house,  float.   $125,000.  ri  KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY  101  Over 9 gently sloping acres wi'th'  2 small houses, .roads through-  . out pr6p.ert.y. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several  lots available.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  Good older home, 2  BR on main floor, 2 BR on upper floor; oil  furnace, electric range, frig and some furniture. 54 ft. level waterfront lot. Asking $29,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Older 1 BR partially furnished home with basement. Oil furnace.  Close   to   stores,   school,   marinas   and   Gov't   wharf.    $21,500.  VIEW LOTS ���GARDEN BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking Pender Harbour.  Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  75'.-   Ruby Lake, 105' ..$13,500      %  Fisher Island  90' "2  _: $18,500      88' __,_.  54' beach  front,  with   14'  trailer  .:   211' ��� 2 acres,  partially landscaped  .   ��� $16,500  __ $16,500   $18,500  __ $18,000  _ $50,000  GARDEN BAV  Attractive   3   BR   home���approx.    1 00'   from   waterfront���dble.  plumbing,  fireplace, sundeck.  Fine view of  Harbour.   Beautifully  landscaped  lease lot.  $35,000.  Investors and Developers  $500,000   POTENTIAL  Partially developed possible 86 lot subdivision site on 37 view  acres on Francis Peninsula. Approx. 3,900 ft. of primary road  constructed to service approx. 56 lots. Potential for 30 more  lots. Water rnain on S.E, boundary of property'and own gravel  pit also on property. Asking price $150,000.  BROOKS GOVE���HALFMOON BAY  194' deep waterfront with 3 BR Panabbde'hbme;(4".cedar) with  sundeck, full bathroom, propane range and fridge. All furniture,     V:  dishes,  bedding,  etc.,  included.  No electricity.  Access by  path     ,     '  only���850 ft, from parking lot to house, Immediate possession,   ��� ��� $29,000.,,,, , , .,. ,,���: ,  IRVINE'S LANDING  2  BR  partloliy fuirnisridd 6I&  looking Lee Bay. Close to Marina and Govt, wharf, $13,500   ' :" *���"-"''  ^ARGE ACREAGE " "J ""���^   1. Mlxal   Lakc-r-157   acres   with   timber���550'   waterfront���'  $50,000,  2. Dark-Cove, ���Jervis Inlet���Approx,'. 1  mile watorfront-1-184  ��.��^acjcsTrr3*0Ood��hulldlng&TTr$,1.5Q.^  3, Sqcrot, Covo aioa���,160 acres���roads and trails throughout���.  fairly lovol properly��� $70,0,00.'  4, Ponder IHarl)di.r-���approx, 33"acrqs������ opprnx, 1 $00'' watBrfronr'  --$85,000,  MADEIRA PARK,  2 BR homo on attractive.,land,scaped lot with fruit trees,,A fow  hundred ft, to school, stores and marina, Wafilior7dryor> rarigo  "���'���'���'        Ohcl, frldfjo' Included In1 prlco of $29,000,   ' "���;"':"':!" ��� "'���  ' EARL COVE  A,fow, lots still ayal'laljlo on thl's 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000,  MADEIRA PARK  Cholco vlow lots 6n 72 Jot; subdivision. Prima; from $3,700 to  $10,000, Somo cleared ready for Pulldlng,   -' ' ������-������EARL" COVE""*'"'��� "' -* " - "  Unfinished summer cottpoe with sundock, on nico ylow lot, Clooa  J��Li>il!2!_!3J2S.^^  mmimmtmmmum   SMALL ACREAGE,WITH, WATERFRONT 7,  '��� SaL<L'lciy.AQko~,13|a "oroB���apprbx, 3B0' cholco���wcitorfront���  !)>4j3,000,,  2. Oyster Pay���nearly 10 acres In Ponclor Haitowr���appro.. 550'  waiorfront���older hout^-fruir trf!os-.$45,000.  3. Bflmont-rovor 7 acron-r-approx, Sfio' watorfrorit^���o��co|lont'  o)  i ^srooonm(~ park"~pavod Moplo Rd.,mn9 through  LOT AT ^MADEIRA PARK  }0.'k\7Z' lot-���'fpw hundred fool to Mqro��.,Mhool, marlnao, qnd  .ii'    Govt, wlwrf, $B,000,  ���   ���   ��� NEAR'MADEIRA PARK  1 Now now; 2 OR iiomo on aPpro��, ,% QCro lovol lot.' Has, oioctrlc  nnollno,  llroplncri, ,wAy cari'ot, 9\ono_ and cnrporl. ,$21,500,  _ ^���J^tAGOON-ROAt)���^u���-^  3 pood ljulldlna lotu, oa.y walk to nchool, n'tbran. pont off len and   ���.  ...mor'non,. $6,000 each.,   ,   I I , | I    !  Many othor vlow and Vfatorfront lots in tlio Pondor Harbour arri.  i^^iWMMW^HirpifhriintMAuMMv^w^^  M'IPJi^��*��i*l**W*��*i1  0:'^'7- ���;'.  _| ���':'.; ^ '���:'{        "'. MBBEbfr ''>;���"���" 7:7. ������i7':,'''''V:'l-;a,7'',';;4���"\1'',1 -   '-.. v"', v :v>.  ... jiiiSillil  REALTY tTD,  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pender Har^ui- 083-2233  �����"'���  \,\  iwtn^tfjWw: aw��g-?��iintnwwwtaa��n  www_WKpwB'W)nmM.iiai.. \  \.  l^-t^.tr^^^^jl^Mf^''-'  \  MOBILE HO&ES  AUTOS, & TRUCKS (Cont.)    BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  FOR sale new 12' x.60' Mobile  Horne^ twi> lirlrni.' fully l'.u--  nkshed, 7-Jfcjag carpet, colored  applianrp.. completely st-t up.  Eull price $3,G9.r>. Orated at  Sunshine Coast Trailer Eark.  Phone  886-9826. 942-51  TRAILER space-available,  all-  services, Avers Mobile Home  Park,  West  Seehelt.   Ph.  885-  2375. 665-51  MOBILE home, . 8'x35\ this  neat compact home in good  condition. CSA approved.  Newly painted, complete with  stove, fridge and other furniture. FP $2,700. Phone 885-\  9309 eves. 603-tfn  CARS & TRUCKS  196.4  METEOR  352. V-8,  $550.  C_-ood shape. V. Borton, Egmont. 820-51  '64 PORSCHE Cabriolet. New  paint (vintage burgandy  metallic), clutch, ignition, oil  Reals, oil filter. Engine in excellent condition. Good investment. $1500 or nearest offer  Ph.   885-2897. 784-52  "6^ CHRYSLER 4 door .seclW  snow  tires.  Very   gnhd   condition.' G,   Mofse  885-2664.  ���  ��� ,\     - 833-51  CAR'  engine,   283     cubic   in.  Hurst stick. Any reasonable  offer.__Phone  886-7853.   937-52  7'       : ���-* :   1965  FORD  Fairlane  500,  V-8  standard, $450v Ph. 885-2125.  '   7 - 826-51  \ ",   BOATS & ENGINES  ��� : V-1 '��� "������  ���  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Cpmmercicjl Crafts and  Engines.  Goo6\ Listings   Wanted  Higgs  SEI^L  NEWSLETTERS  \   7  Contact   Capt.   M.  Box  374  Gibsons,   B.C.  ,886-7424  8173-tfn  r  , ,i  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR A COPY OF OUR LATEST LISTINGS ON  CHOICE WATERFRONT, VIEW LOTS, HOMES  AND ACREAGE ��� CALL LEN & SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND ��� Local 885-2241 or Direct from Vancouver MU5-5544.  PORPOISE   BAY   VIEW  targe view lots, good beach, protected moorage, only $4,900.00.  Call   LEN or SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND,  Days  885-2241,   Eves.  885:9683.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT  REVENUE PROPERTY ON THE BEACH���$300 per month, plus  owner suite. Close to store, fishing, and boat harbour. Ideal,  retirement area. Full price only $45,000. Terms. Call LEN or  SUZANNE VAN* EGMOND* DdyF 885:2241,'Ev^s. 885:9683.  3 BEDROOM HOME  On a large corner lot. Lovely fireplace, wall to wall in livtng  room. Walking distance to all facilities. Short walk to lovely  beach. Asking only $24,900. Imm. Occupancy. Call LEN or  SUZANNE VAN EGMOND 885-2241, Eves. 885-9683.  TRAILER LOT WITH VIEW  This kind of lot  is hard to find. Close to beach,  fully serviced.  Coll LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND 885-2241 Eves. 885-9683.  VIEW'LOT y2  ACRE  Over V2 acre lot with view in village of Sechelt. Across the street  from access to  nice  beach.   Driveway in.   Nicely treed  for  your  privacy. Asking only $6,500,00. Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND days 885-2241 Eves. 885-9683.  REDROOFFS���SEMI-WATERFRONT  2000 sq. ft. 4 bedrm. 22x24. Rec rm. WW carpets. Fireplace  in large view liv. rm. 2 large lots. Landscaped Horse bam 500'  to safe public beach. Real value at $33,900. Terms, only 8%  interest. Call SUZANNE or LEN VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241,  Eves.   885-9683.  GARDEN BAY ROAD - 18 ACRES  18 acres with year round stream. 2 stalls and shed, Older home���  value   is  in  the  land,   offered   at  only   $22,000.   Call   LEN   or  SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, Days 885-2241, eves. 885-9683.  LOT-SECHELT  Nice residential lot, close to oil facilities; ready to build on���  only'$5,500. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, Days 885-  2241, eves. 885-9683.  -������������    WATERFRONT' LOT  Approx, 7Q'x250' fantastic view of Trail Islands. Only $12 500.  Terms. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241,  r'Evcr'885-96837<''?'''"T''"''';77'777  135' WATERFRONT HOME  Outstanding viev..' Charming ^' bedroom; tastefully- decorated������  Living Room, WAv glass sliding, door opening, on to large wraparound sundeck, F|repja<:e. Kitchen with bulIMn range, den or  office, Protected moorago. Located at Halfmoon Bay, Arbutus  trees, Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241,  Evos, 885-9683,  ONLY K500.00 ���On.y.2  Nico lot, ready to build on, paved > road) serviced. Call now .-LEN  or. SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241, Eves, 885-9683.  ONLY $3,200*00, REDROOFS ESTATES  Larao lot on paved road, Nlcoly trood, Call now LENI or SUZAN-  ���     ,.    NE VAN EGMOND Dpys 885-2241, Evo3. 885,9683. ,  :"W;r'" l'Jl:'"''cSliSbNS'��� V'lEW' UDT''-'������������":''-'���flV'":' '"'"  Largo vlow lot overlooking Howo Sound, Clpso to all fncllltlon.  . Fully ..serviced. Call. LEN ^SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND ' Days  ���    ��� ���     ,.,885-2241, Evos, 885-9683, ,  SECHELT VILLAGE '      -<*-���  5   boclroom   hopio,   approx,    1,550   sq,   ft.,   flroplaco,   sauna  bath, shoo carpots.-All |ncllrect,7lflhtlnrj In   Ivlnfl room.i Utllty.  room, work shop. Wall^lna distance Jo. all lacllltlosi full prlco  $36,900,' Call Slan Andorson dgys 885-2241, ovos, 885-2385,  " ' '" ""M '"~" '"''MoBKr^tor" * ~" "'"'" *"'  Fully furnl .hod Mobilo Homo, Located at Sunclanco Trailer Court.  _^66K,..2Jn_^*Q,JExcellflnt^  Call Slan Andorson, do��8 005.224175^08 885.2385,   ���   :"" ,v" "���-"7' p^yis 0AY    Cottajjo on WR lot, Al I - landscaped, 4 rooms, carport, "und wkf  and .flroplaco, P..P...$25,950,00.' Call Slan Andornon 885-2241,  , 0Y03, 085-2385,  SELMA RARK  .Call Slan Anderson,'days 885-224_>- oves, 883-2385, ���  ' 72'flvtot on hlfihwayi Goodvlow. EaVacccsr,; Tre^F.ft J5.3Q0,  '      "95-22  .    ' WEST SECHELT  Vlow ncroone,  125'��420', Sorvlcod, Could bo 2 loU. Goal area,  Trml,  ,|',P,   $8,950,00,  Call   Slan  Andernon   Pnyu  085-2241,  Evos 085*2385,        ,       <  REDROOFFS ROAD, n  Va ocro lot with drlvnway, Clone in boach,. Nlcoly trpnd,,  P.P.  6,7.00.00,   Call  Slan  Andorson   m-MA], _mm.   885-2385,  SARGENT BAY AREA      :,..���..  An owolln'nt Investment,  Mr��w of treed land. Levelaccoii  from road, F, P, $3,600,00, Call Stan Andor��oiv day�� 885-2241,  ovoplnoa   085.2305.  ������-��������� -ROPERTS-CREEK*-���^"-���-������*-  ' Block lop road, F, P, $5,950.001, Call Stan Andorson 8B5-2241,  ovonlnaa 885-2383, ,  ." 'SANDY HOOK WVTERFRONT   ",    '  74x2?0 lot. arl-ulun and  fir troos. Sorvlcod. Good poach and  load a?coS: Doop moorooo, P. P. $15,750 Call Son Andorson,  1 '   , days 009-2241, ovonlnas 005-2303,  -U__  Britains oldest e-stablished  newsletter requires agents.  Payrr\ertt by good corrunission  on sales of newsletter subscriptions etc. "Write Box 9229 c/o  Peninsula Times, P.O. 310,  Sechelt,  B.C. &22r-50  MORTGAGES  1 st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing   including  builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE    "  CORP. LTD.  2438   Marine  Driye,  West   Vancouver,   B.C.  Phone  926-3256  .   .���8_��27-tfn  LIVESTOCK  v  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885<-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed -. Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.    258-tfn  ��� THREE-year old bay mare out  of      registered      Appaloosa  stock.   Phone   Susan   883-2732.  810-52  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  under new management  Open: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday   to  Saturday  Complete  Line  of:  ��� Buckerfields Products  ��� Purina  Dog  &  Cat  Foods  Pratt Road, West Gibsons  Phone 886-7527  8236-50  PETS  HEALTHY, happy puppies  -need good'���- homes. To see  them, con^e 1 xk miles down  West Porpoise Bay Road to  \yater  and  sign. 831-51  FREE     to a     good     home.  Female   3 month   old   part  bloodhound, part   Lab.   Phone  885-2677. -           830*51  WANTED TO BUY  URGENT���96"  x  20"  per   V."  or sheet mahogany plywood  mismatch. Ph. 886-2773. 943-51  FOR SALE  14' FIBREGLASS boat, 35 h.p.  -motor.   1962   Falcon.   Phone  885-9749 or 885-2228.      837-51  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Dried  alder,  maple  and fir.  Phone 883-2417. 684-tfn  CROCHETED  items left from  Craft Fair at reduced prices.  Phone 88")-2600. 818-51  . \\ .  FOR SALE (Continued)   : i ��� ��� ��� .. '.  ,  ELECTRIC \ pressure     wate*  pump;     water : tank,     and  "double     laundry     tubs     with  stand.   Ph.   886-9883. 798-52  CHROME     kitchen    table,    4  chaffs, bed "chesterfield, matching    chair,    new    condition.  Phone 885-98097     " 823-51  37!   CEDAR   huLL. Completely  rebuilt.    New   decks,   ready  for cabin. Must sell, $600. Ph.  883-9991. after 7 p.m.     ��� 791-52  1947 DODGE sedan, $25. Quak  er  oil  heater,  njedium \size.  Phone 885-9759.   . 824-51  FOUR-speed     minibike,    near  -new,     1972    licence    plates,  $200\ Phone Mark 883-2732.  809-52  /  \  Stink talk  by -|oan Proctor  wfylEN  LEGAL NOTICES  HENRY H. WHITTAKER and  JEAN A. WHITTAKER.  Name of Applicant  NOTTCE   OF   APPLICATION  TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES  COMMISSION  Notice is. hereby given by  Henry H. Whittaker and Jean  A. Whittaker that an application has .been made to the  Public Utilities Commission  pf British Columbia for a certificate of public convenience  and necessity for the proposed  construction ahd operation of  a waterworks distribution system to serve residents in the  krea of Parcel B Ref 2710  of Dist. Lot 2951; Parcel A  Dist. Lot 1397 Ref Plan 810;  Parcel B Ref Plan 884 except  Parcel. 1 Ref Plan 4075 Dist.  Lot '1397 and Dist. Lot 1397A;  Parcel 1 Ref Plan 4075 of Parcel B Ref Plan 884 Di.strict  Lot  1397 and Dist. Lot 1397A.  Any person wishing further  information in connection with,  this application should apply  directly to Henry H. Whittaker and Jean A. Whittaker,  Garden  Bay  P.O.,  B.C.  By direction of the Public  Utilities Commission, any objections to this application are  to be forwarded to the Secretary, Public Utilities Commission, 620. View-Street,- Victoria,  British Columbia, to be in his  hands on or before December  4, 1972.   -  WHITTAKERS*  Name of Utility  HENRY  H.  WHITTAKER  and JEAN A. WHITTAKER  Signature of Applicant  8237-pub.   November   15,   1972.  IN   THE   MATTER   OF   THE  "SPECIAL    SURVEYS   ACT"  -   and  -  IN THE MATTER OF THE  SPECIAL SURVEY OF A-  MENDED LOT 3, AMENDED  LOT 4, LOTS 5 TO 11, BOTH  INCLUSIVE, AND LOTS 23��  TO 26, BOTH INCLUSIVE,  BLOCK "O", DISTRICT LOT'  1638, GROUP 1, NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT, PLAN  7474, VANCOUVER ASSES-  MENT DISTRICT.     ���  my   neighbor   called     with   the  news   that   there   might   be   a   bresJtd  strike across 4the entire northwest,*'I uh- _  mediately panicked.  How do you make sandwiches for the :  kids to take to sfchool when there's noth-  -in^ to put  the peanut vbutter and' jelly  ���between * ���     -.<  My first thought was to rush out and  buy 20 loaves of- bresid  to stash in the  freeze^ compartment of the refrigerator.  But I .discounted that idea because then v  there wouldn't *be room for. Anything else.  Getting a hold on myself I sat down  with.a cup of coffee and tried to think  up ways,of making breadless sandwiches.  My\ thoitghts ra^i to creations made from  crackers, rye crisp, graham wafers and  cold pancakes.- All of them were equally  unpalatable.  Then I thought of a' simple solution.  I'd bake my own bread, "the fecif>6 looked easy enough, so I decided to go ahead  and give the bread-making a 'trial run"...  In no time at all the kitchen sijielled  nf "yummy   rising     dough     and]   safcg  "There's    n..   \^\'v-r.-s^_rir_____K_^a(flSJlBB_.i1i>a  ness" as I wetiC Ate?  \- ������ _ > ��� \   .-.  ������   V i'    " '      X;        7       "  The Peninsula Times      v .   Page A-3  Wednesday,   November   15,   1372 \  er hung over the sundeck railing. It took,  10 of us toiilug the rug upstairs -and I'm  sure  the ho\ise  sunk several  feet   when  we hung the thing on, the railing.    x7  It had been a" long; trying day when  finally  wex shuffled   back  to  the   house  chore-v. B��t'in," nn unlihcrated household  drudge sdmenovy chcln't seem half bad  anymore. '    '-       \^ 7    .  * Disaster struck! My son came bound-  ing\up\fron. the basement where he'd  gone to find his football.  "Come \ quick", he screamed, "the  washer's overflowing all overs the basement". _       ,��� .   .       ..... _  _ I fore-do^"the stairs two at a time.     and k. Th4ere  Water^was eve^where. joshing over to  -CDVei?d with:fisihg bread that gave no  7\r-ne, _    __r:     indication of quitting. Tired and fed up,-  the offending machine Iv turned it off  and began searching in vain for sorne  kind of f loot- drains, v There were Vione.  Just when we were anticipating having  to bail 1,200 square feet of basement  floor out with one bucket my stem remembered" a plug in the roughed-in  plumbing that was to one day be oui\  third bathroom. Pulling the rags arid  stuff out of it, we began sweeping the  \vater down the hole emptying into the  septic tank. What on earth we would  1 have done if there'd been a tdilet connected to [the. plug I really can't ��_y.  In -a f^w hours all "that was left to  do was -figure out how to dry a v_.ry  ^yet 9 by 12 ru| that squished . ih&hac-  ihgly everytime we walked across it.  Withv, the help of the kids knd  some  friends  we  managed' to  drag  it  outside  :.7.7,.   .'<'   kuo,   '?Vt>   I   got   the   bright  >i'7, .h;M- ihe Uung would dry much fast-  I took the middle rack out of the oven  ��� and -shoved the huge loaves  in  on the  bottom one.  The next day as I cut the 12-inch  high slices of holy\bread for. the kids'  lunches my neighbor phoned to say she'd  made a mistake. The bread strike would;  be everywhere except the northwest!  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  tor Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  TWO bedroom mobile home,  12' x 44*. CSA approved. 1  year old, $7,000. Box 751, c/o  Peninsula Times, Box 310, Se-  cfrelt, B.C.' 751-51  HIDE - A - BED      chesterfield,  chairs,   etc.   Window   sash.  . Phone 886:7856, 817-51,  MARINE ACCESSORIES  TPairitTiFibregiass}���Rope���"  Canvas���Boat Hardware  .,,  Compressed, ��� air1, serylce ,.,..  N.YGREN'SALES   .  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,, Gibsons, B.C,  "24" B&cW T.V., furnlturp and  electronics    A-l    condition,  Pll,a, 880-2743.   'v   8..2-I.1  WORK   CLOTHES-sportswonr  or whol  hnvo you at Morgan's Men's Wenr,       087-tfn  ii)0D ZKNITH B&W 20" ,Tiv7,  .Qxcellont condition, Ph, 88fi-  OOOh' '834-01  DRY cedar klndllnK, $12 cord  -    delivered,.Ph, flB.~i.2474.   ���   i<<i      '   730-f)l  STAINLESS Btool .sink, 18" x  10", IncludoH mwIiik fnupol,  trap nnd, all; fixlwces. Ph.. IIBO?  mi: ���'  ,"������>��� "     ���       7""  PIBEPtACE wood, '$2D  cord,  dollvoroc.. Phono' fl��n-0710,    740-tfn   HOYS  'Colour,  ..MiiatfliiH^..*  im now. Tn,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the plan of the  Special Survey of the above  described lands which are registered 'in the, Vancouver-'!.:'  Land Registry Office, which  Special Survey was directed  by Order of Gilbert D. Ken- ,,  nedy, Q.C., Deputy Attorney-  General ofBritish Columbia, ���'  dated the 7th day of December, 1971, for the purpose 017^  c6iTecling'!" any''���* ot  cemin'g the land? referred to,  or adjusting any discrepancies  between the occupation of any^-H  parcel and any registered subdivision plan or other plan or  description under which it Is  held, or for any other purpose  .nientloned,in,,,sectionv.3-0i;.,tbe�����  Act, has been deposited with  undersigned together with tbe  surveyor's?report,*and will bo7  submitted to thq Lteutcnant-  GOvonoV In1 Council for approval In pursuance? of tho  Act.  IN , ACCORDAFfCE WITH  tlio Special Surveys. Act, I  HEREBY APPOINT Henry T.  Kennedy, Esq., ActlnR-RoRlH-.  trnr of, the Vancouver Land  RoRistrntion^'Dlstrictr'to^hear- ���  any "coirhpldlritiq'-,"'>n��('nInBt1' tho '  Special Survey plan or, report,  or   olnlm   for , cotnponHatlon,.  ,., ...iu- -,���tlift^ "wy.hQ mnd(! ])y nny.P0''* '���  ,' 00^1 :".��� fioix iritorostodiln' tho 'land nf-   '.���?!;���!"    footed' by   thin  wrvoy,   nnd  that such l.onrln'H bo hold on  Tupsdny, |ho 2IHha d��y of,Nov-,,,,  ombor, .1972,  nt  tho  hour of  2:00 p.m, In lho Land RoKlatry  Hornby    Street,    Vmicouvor,  BrlUflh .Columbia. m  V"'" THE AC?T PROVIDES THAT  nny person * floslrHig lo com  Oil Heat Man  ���^-~- . v _ v..-   . _ t   ��� .....  .    . ...     ' , ��� '., ��� . ��� ���  delivers More  just  heating oil.  ^ Dependable 'Metered Deliveries  Jt Radio Dispatched Trucks ,  ^;--|r|jjgjp|i^^*j^j^y^'J;'  7;"-  i*~ 12 Month Budget Terms \  it Prompt Courteous Service  Jz Free Burner Service y  Parts Replacement Plan \  GULF Furnaces and Financing  GULF Econojet Water Heaters - LEASE $4.13  ��4i-!��>W<5-   ���  PER MONTH  8851-9621  GULF OIL CANADA LTD.  W. H.  PARSONS - AGENT  Box  156, Sechelt, B.C.  !  ^���������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������(���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������llllllllllllliuillllln  Mko, ' Kold  MMTAL bod ��pd nprln��, .fil2j  ia  vpll "bntleryr^i vnnU'y      .-   , ���- ,    ,_,  drcsHor wltlvmlri-or and bfjnch.ia plain, uHalnht'4ho Special niir-  $10.   Phono   1111(  nflor  fl- ��� voy plan,or report, or to claim  p,m,��      1102-52   .compensation  shall,   not   Nn  ������   ���rr-r rr*���. ���r-;    than , seven !dnyj.' before  lho  TOP no I for sale from West,  .C|nl0 fixed for the heurlnu, cU-   Seel.olt,*Contact-l,Vm.U,.Jor-_.,..]|vpr.or rauno-lo bo-delivered...  /(o��HQn,> llllil-l)7l)(l.  H01-BU  MOVINC1, miiHl HOll.Drirlc, w��l-  nut oomlomp, stylo bedroom  millo. fl'fl" vanity �� fl drawers,  (I'll" radio bedhead fltn twin  beds (IokoIIhu') with roll'apart  fltUndd for owiy bedmnKlnR,  ; Almost no\v condition,, Office,  ���uKi-orm,         li-~{).lll  --���imiaaS"&;'"!Htrnlion-rcolTmnv/���  a{\ dlHhwashor nhilc iinll. Ph/  flOB-flO^.'   "* ,      703.,p)2  lo llio nndornlBn^V by mall or  olhorwlHo �� written stotcmont  HiitlliiK  forth  the  nature au<  Ki'oiindn  of  hit) fiomplalnl  or  claim!  DATED at,iho City or Vic  Inrln, Inlho Province of British, Columbia, Ihln (ll.li day of  Oolohor, A,D,  1072.  ���GILniilRT-D^KENNRDY,  Doptily Attortu.y'Oonoral  n..-1-..p..... November lfi,  1071".  Box 779, Gibsons, B.C,  '/SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  _, , �����.    ��� ���- ,  ' Call Lorrlo Girard 886-7244 or 8867760.  U*��m+mXim* n-��i�� ii _pii_^i����^��-M����ii i-*��-_*--_-iLiwwwi--__ifci-__-ii^  ��WMWW��W��>M|IWIiW^W*��*  i4nii9BUtViM^KemMMIS9V  *����EM<ttftWffi^^^  _^W*Wf#f��>t��M����^^  ������W��45��(**W��s^^  lyuiwwmf^wi-w^^  ���^^*ww^��4i<^u^^WM#.i.iMWm^  tW#W#W^t#aM*WWIWW^  Ml -S^S     Mrx-
Sizes 10-20, Sleeveless, Short Sleeve
and Long Sleeve Models.
Made in Canada, Polyester
Reg. Values $26.00 to $32.00
$ 19.95
LjoddardJ   ^jrashion   Centre
to Canucks Hockey Game
November 26
. . . the helpful bank
PHONE 885-2201
Tuesday thru Saturday - 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(except Friday -10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
o% Off
Rods, Reels, Line, Tackle Boxes, etc.
5flVt tovER™30%
Boys' Elephant Whale Cord Jeans
Sale $5.49
Reg.   $7.99
. . . • • • • •'•■• • •••>•
FRIDGE     1 only, Coronado
12.6 cu. ft-., avocado. Sale Price
OIL HEATER   i only
Coleman 35,000 BTU. Sale	
OIL HEATER with fan
1 only, Coleman 35,000 BTU	
Regular 1.98 Set «8    MP?
Sale, Set „„.,„._.,-„.„,-     &«4 i
So le .... ..:..	
WINDOW BLINDS   %.•■*_• - -©
Regular 2.45. Sole    ..._    £.AO'
27"x72", regular 5.99. SMe'.._S.f_._   4*"7
Regular 2,69 set, Sale	
s*H«ll*hf,^i«HMtV*s^*"W*8?( HWBT ''*SW^Wf«>WfW'?*a*wW'^Wfc«a^-i«S,^j^Ti^^rt,^||);,(|4(j1
Men's Pile-L.ned Jackets
|    S M Li, nylon wind breaker, «,on«
coaled  hood,  by Irwin Togs, A
Men's^Ski' Jackets
S M L, wator ropcllant, dry cloan-
able, durable and wind resistant.
Rcgi  15,99 < H   Q||
Rip-off Sale price   J|Jt»@®
Sew Your Own Tie   ,
.^,»»rt^N>j«»Rogulor.»2.uo.»_-k-»^CT«^_.,,»«,,il.lu.,,,^tf^ v_.'t_*
""     Rip-oft Prlco   58
5H   Boys' 4-Point Toques
Boys', water repellant
Ski-Doo Suits
Rag,   14.99
Rip-off Price „;„
Men's 100% Fortroll
Knit::Pants :7,  *;
Small check patterns and stripes.
G.W.G, Brands. Reg. Sell 22.50
Rip-off Price ■$ H   *$£?
Pair „.J.„J„   IL&9&3
Regular 1,99
Rip-off Sale Price ....
M fSMm^ jtySTaMtHWMWa" -ij"._ >w*
"H   Men's Shirts
Knltf permanent proas cotton',
smaitly stylpd wjth front ,x|ppor.
Regular 5,99 ii   iiii
Rip-off Price ......   4}t4fl
t>-i r}^*".' —*----"j*. -
06n't forgb. .fi eftter the
colbr tV tfrtow, Entor as
offon  as  ydu liko..C6mo
Men's Boots
Imitation   leather,   ojl   resistant ^
Solos. Sires 7-0-10. Was selling pj^
at  12 95   pair <J  j*|f| O
Rip-off Price, pqir „„, § olf 1? A*
,' ' ' 9*9
GWG Cotton Jeans QC
Assorted colors,  Regular 10,95
"Ripnoff!""""h"^"  "''r^'jeii h
Prlco ■;r.r::r..-t..'.     3«$U
• ■>•>■", , \
The Rip-Off Is On Us.
F*^4f-*^|i^l-i.«W,'ftll&WMf«^0..i.*'J|SMl   '
I   4f,^fM'_^|_^_-)A#ll^^
Whitman 750 Piece, Fully
Interlocking Jigsaw Puzzle
Man. sug. ret. 99c   • f7dC
Western's price „•„	
/J fpw other GWG lines   H
' we  are •«• clearing■-• out  at'-
Rip-Off prices that's like
,50% off  rog.  prlco.
With' thq'purchase of any record
or tapowo will give you absolutely FREE o. free record, $6.29.
value,, Records aro our choice,
Also wo still takb trade-ins or.
Japes and records, also wo Ikiyq
all tapes and records at 10%
Discouint. .   '
;..: see'...:.thEl„..;:
back page
^^^m   Wit r.   Wi   9m W ^^P^
&<0tt J
3-'  i7an<
100% Acrylic Strotchablo Knit
Man. sug. rot, 1,99. Western's price
100 Bayer Aspirin
Boat the,,,, , „,„„,, ,„.„.,.,,„, ,,,	
Christmas Rush „-„.. „
i t
Dealer's Choice
Parker Bros. Wheeling Dealing Used Car Gamp.
Man. sug7rct. 6.67 M  4feA
Western's price r.r.„: ......    t^o^®
Bag of Bows
30 stick-on bows. Man, sug. rot, 2t29,,   » *ftfftfi
Westerns' vActf'^^Zt;.:" ■■■'"'•■■■■•■*
Yahtzee Game
Man, sug, rot. 3.50
Western's price. „n	
Pass-Out ,■
Frank Brosoo's exciting adult game.      'm  $&#%
Mar|. aug. ret. 7.00. Western's price   4§q$Q
fWangold Gloves
Double film for double llfo, (0>#feC
Man, nug, rot. 1,1^ Western's prlcp ©3f
Tye Sit Gift Wrap '
,i3,rol|s.,^dn,jSug,.'ret;, ,1.49 ;.„.      ,,,<    ,.Jg|gg
Wostorn s.pricQ ...     ;.„ ;  W®>
Cepacpl Mouth Wash
7''9^,<,mqii.,,i>u,g, W. 99c',    ' ''
Wpstorn'? 'pulko /..„; „ ..»..;.: j„,
**.(    ., ■   M,  I   I.     „'l  II       | H .«,      . ,1   I   .,   . i ,     , .1 ,,
Met amuck
I     II
Bjr'i^J^ldsMh':.t<iti(bn'77, , ,'i:.
Mdn, ■i"9.4„rflf, 3.50, •"'"'  , „,'  ,     '»    *,-#* lPV||
i   i       i       >
Western's prjlco
~ Ey^irip'fid^#f D11""* Cell
I- ,i   ,    _l,     ',     |   iV       '|.      I, # , i.'it i     I    ,     j , I   . ^        , t ,   ., J, J     „,,,»._     ,. , "I, ..  . ,H f',    ill   ,   i„l»
Super 99, man. sug. rot, 45c ca,   ^       H^||jlJ
' Woftorn^; prica . ,vt.,.^.„.u.
f  >■ ,ii>, <  i
Il'_^'■^7WJ;l"_f,^_u,_«_^wll___._«:l-,    '■'
u,/Pjij^^'^noeolates /;   y^yy p()
, , t,'P*-ACK„MAWr*1,allbl7M«n./,,9ug.'1 „.„    ^   ^Pf
,    rot, 2.5,0, Western's prico ,,.,.,    M._73'£
• . i I    i i,l ,,i . ,      .lit . i   , , , , ,  ,    , , I w, ,-—   .     ,    ,,       , J i i , ,   I    in |>.,   i | i'.'tt| i, i .,   ,s,(       -,    ,...  ,,
*"_.. _t*_ - Jf __.__... Jit- j/,V.ji,, it ..',l\" t* 4,K-4yvL|4^4.",^4^*wrta^^^*rf«to_,^*m^M^^»Ml»_-_MM_jn_^a_.m^_rt^^ ^a^uw^aiHMMMl^^«^fa.iY>aja>^"im4w^«y,MmM4,^.M
la I I I i i'i 'I > , I 1    i     I        i I    I I      '  , : ' (    '   '   'I""' I' '  ' A,    I '   , '      '        'i ''I   '
a< i   \
_______________ L!i*      ""   ""      "   *' '*    ' '  '" '       1 '" * "a      1.    i  It       ' •     .*i   'Ill  ('a1,, '' 'rli'i'l"- ' •    I     ll      • i   I.      .    •!   a   I   n „,, i    „
la.       t     ..I,
jio-dia v s,ai
i'! ..a   „,i)'.i.) f,i/,.i, ia.
iTH Et 13 E Slyi F O R*- LES 6«i» AT
I    '       '        ' l' II • ' ' , ll    ' it   '   ',' ' I
y|^i^^^^^^^r^_H_Mw.li^^^ta^^^M-^^^(H^|^n^^^ i^^^M.
i        M tft
'       .       1
Gibsons .086-7213
7 iMMMk^y iit*iii^'^w^ Mw.___^lM^tti'WM__i_B^'<*^___tf^_**
, ,i. '• i
I . ,    i    CI    I   '    i  l
Socholt - 805-9833
i'i, , '   '   a' , I ■ ,111
,.     Hi .|,-..|.,       it.      (j,,. a t-
t    .'
a^i   i
»y*W«#Wi*»*WW»i \ '  \    ���'.  ~^=v  \  M*'***      ' '   "V"    " "^****��3Sjt'      -"  ���^^^v^^0W^''t^'9^itab^.)  j^-H?  \  \ \  x    Wcdnesdoy,   November   15,   19727; ITHe Peninsula Times  X.  Page A-5  \  4a. i*',  ft.;;.vv._  _____ _______  WHY DO YOUR OWN HAIR  I l^rofeMionai ^Jwt  b\  (ONLY AT THESE PRICE  OU RIP US OFF!)  -     ' I  S \ y'JV< ���;^.%_ar, v r-g  MB  ?"':���* i m* ffir *'?i'i. '"P"1^ "^ -"^���'^"y.-i j ���  igtV  iaaBBB  iiBiiHBSBBaiP  ftiiiilfe  n___m_)i_liimtmHI_Tiii;i.lHllliiiiJaiiili_iiiii_iii_iii!fcM_iiiU  _2__2_feVS____ '  I  I  I  L  CLAIROL,  ROUX, L'OREAL,  WELLA  CLIP THIS COUPON  AND  SAVE  $4.(J0 ^���' ' 7 ���-  \  L^ontinenlal   L^diff-uveA   CSf USoalu  taue  TRAIL BAY MALL, SECH|LT -��� PHONE 885-2339  (This coupon valid every Tuesday in November, 1972)  1  ihiiilifamH.iiuiffiiffliiffi  �� _____    .*U>....4  .��iJri��lfflm_jWiil_i_^^  ..;>>''-vv"  j .   V".r-.\       ..:...��� ..... .71       J^V-iT".    ..��a.4���.*4  VIS OFF...  What letter Way toj  Than to Let our "Crazy Days' Bargains  Continue for another 3 Days!  LADIES' EVENING  or PARTY  in Gold and Silver.  mLQiiimiinii  HBtfmimiminfimma:  airtnnmfiimiimnriimniitmiimrommDaBimaa^^  niinnimimmu��n_imBiitJiT  BETTER COME FAST  BEFORE THEY TAKE  HIM AWAY!!!  r__fflnni��_m^  This sale effective  ��� THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16  ��  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17  ��� SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18  All Sales Final  .iiiniiiiiinunmnmimiummiiinniiniiiiiiniiiiiiiili  TRAIL BAY SHOPPING CENTRE, SECHELT  885-9838     ���     885-9519  just in time for;  the happy days  ahead . . . reg.  $5.00 to $17.95  DRESS  OR  SHIRTS  reg.  $8.50  to  $14.00  <7o  !  ._^i/   vy^-v*  &jrw_Y_TWW_T_v_f_r_Tjrw_r_?WMi  21 m__t__>_. MEAT SPECIALS  ^_f__BB '    *     "���*- ^���wKl^���^^'Kl__-IB  Cornish  ..,   -w      ...     ���,.     ..      ...     ....- ������... -.     j|.  20 to 24* oi.   Each  777 -M.  Ground Shoulder     89  Chuck Roasts       b 79  >' ^ ,         ,���' :,: \ 7      ���  CHRISTMAS BAKING NEEDS  Crisco Shortening ���, ibs,^^    ^ 139  Fluffb Shortening i�� ������- :..:.��� ...7.3^,  Dot West Sultana Raisins,,��� 69c  '7   ���   ��� .: ,   ' ������ ,   ,       . .', ���*  Seven Farms Milk e   5 -1.00  , , ' '     H ' I, ','���', ' '  Robinsons Fruit Cake Fruit..��69c  Robinsons Red (berries 16 ���   99c  , ,      1 1 1 *^ , 1  I I , ' I ��� I  Robinsons Pineapple Rings 7 65��  5  Tang Orange Drink  Pkg. of 2  7 ox. ���..  79  it a ,1  Kelloggs Rice Krispies ,���,.....3?'  \ I'  i    a'a  s  �� Kadana Tea Bags ,���..        65��  ��_____l_______'��'w"^liwlfW'M^PIB  �� Dove Liquid Detergent  2  i^U'i^Bi,..*!,t.iiai ,.*��'��'(�� ii,"i,a,f*"i"tji'I-" 'i'u'  Wiv"'���'"'���'' ''"  K Maple Leal Cheese  irtnWaa-I^W.    ��^Mjtrj W HH-^V^SHl ^i**^ l��WW>.Wa"iVft**  Purex Bathroom Tissue tw���   jj  X^       WA*       FIHMWPH  ! i  Scollies  f9mm*4*mi*ftni.qni (<  a     "     7' ,    !  2  Ilk  37���  ,7;';^  '  ' ' ' 7     ' ' 7 '. '7    ���  PRODUCE SPECIALS  f  EMPEROR GRAPES  SPINACH ^ *T  .2:t69*  Cello. 11 oz. Pkg.  MaclHTOSH APPtES itc *.  65*  .^1.1  l^aaTSHhl'  ,.cK*-���..���  wa^MWIMawiiwwiiiwt^^  Martins Dates  ���   1  11,,,   ,1,,, ,,,   ,|,,,,   ,      f 1.1 ,.1  ,   'i        .1-1,   .1   >a    ,, ,,      ,  1 '  Robinsons Mixed Peel,  Ub...,   ... - ~  ITi*Hi, .  tMm)Ummm.mn,nHr9f)mnmnm*m*i*n**wmm'.t\n**fii*f'.  " ** "      i     .  | , _       k      Ut I     ' I   �� - ,4  ^.jj|4^,   ,,,   ,,|,t,���   ,,,!        ,,l^  .  d-  W^M. , I1 II ' l|,  ���ran  'flW    "J    '     ����  |  i ,  iii  i    n      i  i.H   ���' I   Ha ,'t'i ��  I  |^ ���(�����,��. v...J,w.���4,l,���,, I ��,���,,��� ,.,��,.,   If   .-.. i..r   ,�����  '|4i,'a��.'��al tl...   I. ��m��.��, . f , �� .. ., ,,,,.!,.,!., >,l    ., ^|.,�����,.,��., .^w, ,,,  f ,        I      'i'        ,     I    ' (It ' |       Id (    I        ) t^l ^  *��M|*WWWii!p-^^  FrOTejniv;Fd(OclS'  ,���; ;;,   ��� ; i     , !'  panquoj., 8'a?..  MEATm  ���-H,���.,IIJ-,,.,(,,..,  I  ORANGE JUICE  ��Yorkr12ox,  '   i      i  ! .   J  49c  ��*(�����  _,n^ l.   *|   ^-(^r  .imtTitt��*vn . ^ ��rt   -Hufif. ����� (*infrt(41.  lb.  35c  KmrnnhnM  BAKERY SPEC.IAIS  4l$l_00  I   ' _7  iMW^fy<WW4iW^^.^1tWi^tlWMI^  t^)Mtt!i#^p^i����j.��^iiiwarii��Mi>^^ ft^i**^  MEAT PIES  CURRANT SQUARES  |< 1 ��� ��� ��� ������ I I I M ������  n9mtm9990S39��  Mil *H,, rlaiii  IW.4,1���111 ,ll  ��. i   it )'���  >i  iii, i|'.ai * ii,"t ',v.   ��� a,  .6.i-:4ft5....  PRICES, EFFECTIVES THURSPAY, NOV.  16 TQ SATURD/VY^. WpV.  18  <m*i lift*     I      *i     f ' -  ���  h     ,���* " i n .  t       <����'>.( 7 . ,       . I   .      .    ,   l    i      77.7*.  ,7 7   i7i. .  ... _..i.7_'__. __..._!  ^M*^i f i m^'M       in1"    i  Phono 885-2025  MM��� ^r*iT+*w   ityt-tiiw *   14'  S��Welch'i~6rapeiUnni^.*.^'39*  ��.,   ��� (I.,*   7nl  l| ,. ..   ,. '.),...' aa I   lii.'i  ,-a    ���      ('",     ''   ������' ���  r"   'a'1" 7777"' J       ', "   I?.1"   ''    "'   '���'lj"^'1,    '   '���        _____!    _______         a,,    , .,_ ���  ^    __^.  _J:��_��i.!_51 ____&"'���!_''���' i  885-9823 Bnkory  886-9812 IVJIoQt Dopt,  Wo-" Rotoryo "Tho- Right *To'1 Limit -.QMarttlHei^ i^1 r:;''^" ^'"*""'" "*'"  \      I  , t   '     i .       1 .  _ ) ' ' .       '  M|*i|,   *i*     -fFfj^^!  ���^SA    f.       *%    i^t4,  .^pl,. ��>.l^��  iwwwwwywwww I >*mtm>  MpHWM��fim��Mwiw^^  T  iM^I>IWW^MWmM1��**IWmy*W<a1��l  Mmm9<**mwmMiHmi**mn*+m  mmmm*w>m&i*^^  wWsiatWsiP^^  WI��IW��i4%|^^  l^BWtllWiWMWWi^  j      I  *iWWi)Hl<|l|^Ml��W^  ��W|rfl||mW��IB^��t^'tf^^^  I  u   ���������  H  I      '       I  >-"*\.  V.  '/4A**t >������>���*. t"*!'' V
\v ' ' \
rage A-6 The Peninsula Time!
Wednesday,   November   15,   1972
Pender Hi-lites
„,x .        — by Cecile Giro
This montlv it is my turn to write this
column, so I hope to do my best to
make these writings as interesting as
possible for you  to read.
Report, cards, were issued Nov. 3 for
the first reporting session of the year.
Honor roll students are as follows:
Grade 12—Deirdre Murphy 5.6; grade 11
—none; Grade 10—Mary Cameron 6.3;
Donelda Hyatt 6.1; Maureen Cameron-5.8;
, Eva Dubois 5.5; Doug Barsaloux 5.5; Leon
Prescesky 5.8; grade 9—Jim Cameron 6.0;
Sue McCrindle 5.8; Marjory McKay 5.8;
Susan Rae 5.8. Grade 8—Martina Phillips 6.2; Sheila Scoular 6.2: Jean Cameron
<|0; Lynda Dubois 6.0; Sheila Harris 6.0;
Martin Knutson 6.0; Kelley Mair 6.0;
Janet Harpnick 5.8.
Next week our senior girls are looking forward to a visit from Max Cameron
.senior girls to challenge them to another
game of volleyball. We hope this time
there will be a slight difference in per-
._. formance.
Results of the game will be published
in next week's issue of The Times.
Election set December 13 .-_.
claims carnival success
By Mrs. H. WHITTAKER the work of the auxiliary and at \the
NOVEMBER meeting of the Pender Har- v same time take care of greetings to local
\ bor Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital friends. Names ot donors will be pub-
was held Wednesday, Nov. 8 at the Leg- lisfoed in the Peninsula Times on Dec.
ion Hall. ■ -. 20—with appropriate greetings. TPlease
Mrs Elsa Warden was welcomed back contact Mrs. H. Whittaker, ^by mail at
after a holiday in Britain, which she\ Garden Bay, PO or phone 883-2282. Re-
7aid   was   wonderful.   There   were   two C0ipts'will  be   issued  and   they .are   in-
Pender Harbour - Egmont Area
For Insurance of all kinds
Phone your Resident Agent  n
883-2794 (24 hours)
For   Quick  Results   Use  Times   Adbriefs
visitors who later became members: Mrs.
Sheiia, McCann and Mrs. Peg Riley.
There was an air of happy satisfaction
about the members. It was the first meeting since the successful family carnival in
come  tax  deductible.   Tfife- deadline   for
payment is1 Wednesday. Dec. 13,
Mrs. F. Olson and Mrs. Nick Scarfo,
who-attended the B.C. Hospitals"' Association!, annual conference  gave  reports   of
October. It was the most successful car- vj^heij. attendance. They returned with new
The newspaper is a textbook of what's
happening now, more current than any
textbook. It outlives any politician and
stimulates   involvement.
i———-"--^-~~~-^-ir_nnnn--fl innnnnnnnnnnnniiimnr
SECHELT RESIDENTS are reminded by pretty Louann Patterson that
Christmas Seals are arriving in their
mail. Proceeds of the annual campaign of the B.C. Tuberculosis and
Christmas Seal Society are used for
research into respiratory diseases,
health education screening through
the use of mobile testing-units, and
rehabilitation. Sechelt chairman is
Mrs. Pat Murphy of Halfmoon Day.
FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.
Jackpot $300
$75 TO GO
Halfmoon Bay Happenings
—by Mary Tinkley
Stones and
Fine Gifts
a Specialty
Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421
THURSDAY'S film show at the Welcome
Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. will be by
courtesy of the Consulate General of
Japan. The programme consists of five
films, "Livinig Arts of Japan", "A Journey
through Japan", "Land Development Today", "Culinary Art of Japan", -and a
fairy story, the Princess of the Moon.
A bowling afternoon for the children
and teens of Halfmoon Bay, arranged
on November- 5 by .the -Half-moon • Bay
Recreation Commission, was most successful, wiih four teams of 5 being made up.
Boys' high score was won by Rusty
Cunningham, with a score of 154, ahd
girls' high by Sheila Murphy with a
score of 150. Lowest scores were recorded by Mary Connor and Tyler Parish.
Eight hidden score prizes were won by
Andy and Tom Kieselbach, Don Belanger,
Rusty Cunningham, Sheila Murphy, Cindy
Cunningham, Sandra Jorgensen and
Deirdre  Murphy.
Next meeting of the Halfmoon Bay
Auxiliary will be held on Monday, November 20th. New members will be welcome and can apply to Mrs. Archie Rutherford for information.
Bob and Joan Cunningham, who are
both holders of Class A Industrial First
Aid tickets, lose no opportunity of keeping up to date with new developments
in first aid. They recently attended a
.seminar at St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt,
on Intensive and Coronary care. The seminar was sponsored by the U.B.C. in
conjunction with Sechelt registered nurses and was attended by 44 people comprising rcgisl .red nurses, first aiders and
firemen. Tho Cunninghams plan to attend a . similar ,-.seminar.- at. Vancouver
General Hospital this week on the care
of emergency cases. Both those seminars
v* ¥. Hit*!*, init. mi-Si1*^
ta"W«iHttw»iiifri*M if" (Birat* »
,, / :,",	
"dops everything"
'"'$1 59.95
with table   	
II ... I       J, ,, ,    , ,      ,.   ,     .
built-in button holer
. '':$149_95'''
v" '" with""tabl&""K""""""
demonstrate   new   techniques. in   administering aid in emergency cases.
Work proceeded on the highway last
weekend and the first coat of paving is
apparently scheduled for some time this
week, weather permitting. The power
failure last Thursday night was caused
by a driver colliding with a power pole
in   West  Sechelt:
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waltham who have
been residents of the Foster home at Redrooffs for the past year, have moved to
Parksville, where they are -operating a
new Stedman store under the name of
Waltham's Variety Store. They ; send
greetings to all their old friends on the
Sunshine Coast and ask them to be sure
to look in and see them when they are
in the Parksville area. New residents of
the Foster house are Mr. and Mrs. Don
Radcliffe, formerly of Secret Cove. Their
guest is Mr. Radcliffe's sister, Mrs. Ronnie Dunn of Lanark, Scotland. Mrs. Dunn
recently arrived on the liner Oriana after a most enjoyable trip by way of the
Panama Canal, with calls at Bermuda,
Acapulco, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Mrs. Dunn plans to settle in British Columbia.
Mrs. Pat Ness has as guest her granddaughter Pam, while her daughter, Beverley Silvey is in St. Paul's Hospital for
tests and observation. Also in St. Paul's
for tests is Mr.- G. L. Brooke.
Mrs. Ina Cunningham has returned to
the Bob Cunningham home after a visit
to her son Joe Cunningham at Ste. Foy,
Quebec.  It was a particularly wonderful
trip for Mrs. Cunningham who was born
in Nanaimo and had never seen any part
of   Canada   outside     British     Columbia,
though she has taken two nice trips to
. the United,Slates, She travelled east by
train   which . she   found   interesting   and
[15*    veluxing,   enjoying     the   company   of   a
w    group' of American  women  on  a   forty-
ill    day tour. Hor son Joe and his wife Mur-
"ig., J«n, Ny)vo„is  Joan,Cunningham's;, sister,
drove  hor  around   to  see  much   of  old
Quebec and she enjoyed tho glorious Fall
,..c.0!~".""s ..of,.the„Hugar.,,niuples..,She.,retui,ne(l
homo by jet,
Your correspondent has received from
a, friend  in   Woodflbre,   a  cutting   from
the Squamish Times which pictures S1o-
nle«k in the Bali. Room ut Squamish. If
ho  .succeeded,  he   would  got  tho  meal
" free of charge. • Tailing," ho would prob-
ttbly  have  to  get an  advance, on next
month's wu«qh to pay tho bill, The cutting  does   not  suy   whether  hi»  efforts
woro  successful,  but  our  mpnoy   in  on
, w£l,op|)on, Aft9r all,, ho Is. now working
,,««;,Hfhbun.pJ.er at Fprt SI, John'und. luw
•   probubly not oi-ilroly lost his'familiarity
with steak ns Imwo most of us ordinary
^ mortals-", ut today's,.mQnl. prices.,,Stove-is,
u 'tho son of Doug and Marion Foley, lonfitf'
time residents of this 'wan, and  ho Is
'" tho grandson of Ed. Edmunds of Rod-
Sechelt Lanes
nival to date>So the ladies Were justifi
ably   proud.   However,   they     were' not
resting  on  their   laurels.  Plans  were  already in the making for next year's carnival. "   -	
Mrs. Po'-'.eous, who convened the car-=
nival, was congratulated and thanked for
tlie efforts, fehe in turn suggested that a
word of thanks be given the men who
helped at the carnival. Messrs. F. Whittle,
J. Patersoh, B. Brown, A. Rankin, J.
Donnelly, K. Wright, L. Alexander, and
H. Whittaker.
Mrs. J. Donnelly," the president, pointr
ed out that special thanks should be extended to the children who came and
brought their parents. Mrs. Mary Alexander and Mrs. Marj. Rankin were commended for the success of the novelty and
handwork table which brings in so much
of the carnival profit. Mrs. Murchisoh
was congratulated on her able handling
of the main raffle, and if the anonymous donor of the $50 first prize reads
this will he or she accept the grateful
thanks   of  the  auxiliary   members.
As a result of its year's efforts the
auxiliary was able to send a sizeable
cheque to the Co-ordinating Council of
the Peninsula Hospital Auxiliaries. The
money is used to improve facilities and
thus the service rendered by St. Mary's
The November meeting draws to a
close the work of the 1972 executive.
Mrs. Donnelly thanked the members fpr
their support and cooperation: They - in
turn applauded her in recognition of a
job well done. .      "
The next meeting on Wednesday, Dee.
13 will be a luncheon meeting and all,
members are urged to attend as the election of a new slate of officers will take
place. Mrs. Isobel Gooldrup is in charge
of nominations—please give serious consideration to a request' to take office.
Installation of new Officers takes place
immediately and Mrs. Warden will perform   the   installation   ceremony.
Members attending the luncheon
should be at the Legion .Hall by 11:30
so that dues may be paid. Only members
paid-up for 1973 may vote. Lunch will
be served at 12 o'clock and the annual
general meeting will follow.   „
As in previous years, the auxiliary
will conduct an "In lieu of Christmas
cards" campaign. By donating a sum of
not less than $2 it is possible to help in
4dea^ which   should   be   helpful  to   our
auxiliary.- --..
The Sunshine Fund was increased"as
members, brought in their blessing jars.
It was helped as well by two members
with birthdays in Novembeiv—Mrs. J.--—f
Paterson and Mrs. Jinny Fielding, who
made donations equalling -tneir number
of years. Tea was served after the close
v of the meeting. v
Some books are so down-to-earth they
should be plowed under. —
formerly E&M
Complete   Line  of   Gifts,
Groceries, Novelties
9:00 a.m.— 10:00 p.m.
Bernie and Pat Shalagan
1 Hwy 101 Phone 885-9414
Bonanza Creek
glitters again
in the big new,
revised and expanded
edition of
the saga of the men
■who moiled for gold in the Yukon
at  the  Times, Sechelt ...
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov.  16,  17, 18    ]S
Canada  Dry, Ginger
•,     i     if' *i *.
Ale or Sport Cola
i .      I ,      4 , (i .      , i    n     Jt I     f !   i I,,     h       J
5 for $1*00
  Cut„info ^jm'^W"-'
'    Chops ..lb. - Mm   Mm
Canada- £k\ .—..—.——'-.—.-—„...—..: Ib
(iiW^WMesji.W.itNs-*. K
"""> I* ■> i	
n'i. '
1  it ,»lh ll
c-n<.-_ #r ..7.:...1...7.y— ib. 1*09
! Benner Furniture Co.
Highway 101; Sacliolt _?pliona 885-2058
—by Eve Moscrip
DUCKSKINSi  Horb AucuHt, blah tlu'co   1
7ni MIko JohnSonT IukIi ftliiKla 2(10;
Dui'oon Joe, h\g}\ throo "Mi?; Donim Jqq,
'hlflh Hlntfla 21"",
,.  'Mixed' 10  pint.;  Gordy  McCourt '300
,  (103); Gone Brom.300 (KIO.i.Lll. McCoui't
27fi (146)| Botly Kiuilulu iifl? (.ill.), Wed-
nuHduy, ..flornoom Mubol MuDorniid 2D1,
, Uull A: Chuliii Matt .|uufi(3i' U'l(l| Tim
; l'Ylzioll' OV? (MO); Carl  Kohuch (175:'
, lftur( 040, (J.7A)j Oruoft aodman ()7li; Son-
ny Bonner 700' (312),
'.   I   , '   a I a. ' I   I ______   , *       ** I *   , ' *    ,   1   * ''    ' '      I        I ' ' '     'l ,        I     ' '      ' ' '       »
■pDIUO., ivl liDO_[l,____ !__.., ____ __.—_..—^—_ _._____.__.-_i—__^_>____u^^-t^.^»_>.^J^.jgylt
jMEAT PIES Box,   "<a ^** & (fagb
Chicken, Bocf or THrkoy •.:■;„:'l|;|,f^:(!;J|VOW
', Nabob, 44 ox. r
f)#*t#tf, ,*#*{*^**i^^
"'' Froncli Ma»«, ,5Z o%, „*.„„..<?..
j. |    M    t a.- ,   ,  '    » ,      I t> |* V 1 ■ I '        ''
I Mf
VHIWP..QMARTeRS. ffRfiEZIER ■ '..';^>,,)
nrcc      '    .7'''  '        - •   '     H H«1r>'Ih
*»«HK>Kf>ri fi... . *4 »'• r»4 •Vtif* • • t•*,,# • • »r> t r»f»*»•#*»!• IMi*
',2.',l.'i r'iii' " rnr1, *'"'t' '''■lj' ''■■' •■■•-■(."-' !'■ t-.-fi'l :.'.,^~7l..'....i:.i
in the
■ #«.«' .fn '
WANT    ,
• Mr, Adrortlsors Thoaoj
ndvortislng apoco* aro
real bargains for you,
Sold on contract only, For
details on how lo ittctch
yoar advertising dollar,
phono ,885-9654, atk for
I tpcclal ad rotes.
t#**7,,.tm 7..    ",v    ^^44_ ™_H*F^,^^*^.,™*^Pp^,^IW^tol.ll^^«^4rtWHi4.)^a^^* vii^^s.*^
.,.,» *1'"1l^rolfl,'l'',, OX,, t ^.j.*, .,.,..»,T,.»iv*f.r'-,irn-ii:^)lO'Ol^r . i,it« WMj ...»
i«     '"    ■        " '    ■ '" ' ;'  *' 2'  I "'I ''7 22''] ' ' ,.'',,'j:r,Hi,'l,,i_ii i';; "'-'•''•''l.r,;__ili,i'iiliiili__ili,_. ' '   ■><■"">'>>'<
l„i,i,.    ,1   ,     •       .,    ,        _/%...      '..,        I,.   I',   I,      .   |. ,        l   i    t.Ul    it   7.-l«   I,   I. ,4  liMllnv .  .,-«   „A«     ,(l,  ,.,».*  tH,h,l* ,<-.ll..-I,t I   *., a,   |   ,f ■• I I  i EH    "'I'**' '"   . '»'ay i.^'Ja,,, (*(|,-^l,   >,,, ,,!,<»,»   I
.I'I, I,  .
I topwWr$ttfa*mftm*
i i'V'
»«(Ai»w,^^^i,,l*n HkttimiM *■ " J<W«iw.P 4.
"h  (V
..„ *.!,
(. f»(s»*-!»WjaWlt#ia_i»*SVi1.
U>t'i^WW^J»VI«'a^t»Wf*fl.*'3 fottpiUfuliBl*.-
.   ....
1 $i*r»a^Sj«*0»ppHijr|. j
, u i „„.  _,„
I     » .'. '■ i i
' Jws*rf**i^i>sV''
V   '
ftq oJbifua_fy . . .
' ,( " .U''•    .7
\' •'■•; ■ • '■.      v '• '      ... ,.   .    .  ,
204  ft es>t .•<?■«&   Ave.**..'."  s
'V-a-nawiver   lv«   3-- Q.« ■,;..'■'.        - ■   >
\ v ..   -Service -■-    -7..y^'
by Hugh Wealherby car doesn't love anybody. "Copy wouldn't
BECAUSE h^ was born into a newspaper wish him ill, but I do. I hope. that,, in
family,  and was black *a§ an editor's future   every   time  he  encounters- trou-
heart, it was inevitable that he be named ble—and he will, people such as he atv
,    Copy,- Copy Kitten whiirhe 7was.small, \ways   do—he  sees  a   vision   of   a   little
and Copy Cat later on.          7 black  kitten,  hurt  to   death,   unable  to
Copy had two sisters, pure; white, ex- understand   that   everybody   didn't   love
1.   cept for single stars on* their-forefie^ds, him-
Kate   and   Duplicate.   They7 were-" like \- ■ -—— ——
their   mother,, typically   loving,   playiul, A  SMALL deposit, will   hold   any   item
always-hungry   -supplicants. 'Copy.    #as until December 18—Miss Bee's Wharf
. different; he was no supplicant, he \vas Road, Secfhelt.                           , .. '' v.   .'..
1. an equal-rights participant. He accented
FOUR LUCKY pUPI LS from Sfechelt
Elementary School were treated to
a 15-minute flight over the village
last   Wednesday.  The boys—Aaron
Peiletier, Eddie Sigouin, Brian Play
and Kevin Van Velzen—won the trip    *—y—
in a paper aeroplane contest organ-    Section B
ized at the school two weeks ago.    •      -     .      '        .
Pilot was school teacher Rob Lizee    future development . . .
and Grade 5 teacher Lianne Living-     —-	
stone took on the duties of stewardess.
Wednesday, November 15, 1972
Bay youth guilty
of marijuana possession
DENNIS Malcolm Fraser,   18,  Halfmoon
Bay, was fined $200 under the Narc-     By E. fl". CUYLITS, Planning Director
otic Control Act by Judge Charles Mit-     Regional District
telsteadt in Sechelt provincial court
Long-range planning
is area's guideline
' his fair share of everything with confi-.
dent dignity; the petting, the food, -the
occasional naps on the bed.
He was a very intelligent cat,-\oo,
far above average, always first'xin everyr
' thing. He was the firstborn, although he
can hardly be credited with arranging
that; he was the first of the three to
'open his eyes; he was able to get out
•/, of the family box a week before his-
^ sisters; his saucer feeding graduated from
-^paw-dipping and licking, to direct lapsing in a single day;.he was easily the
i leader in learning to play,-; and discovered
\ what a ball was for almost at once. He
{'watched television, the others .wfere
j never, aware of it. He found that a yellow
'plastic basin exactly fitted the contours
of a relaxed kitten, and' it became his
daytime bed. One day he picked up.his
- plastic ball and rolled it around in the
Pages l-O plastic basin; the noise was satisfactory,
.and for days he picked up the ball, drop-
jped it in the basin and rolled it around,
everytime he thought of it.
Because we live on the Sunshine
highway, with its roaring gravel trucks,
.and other too-high speed traffic, we found *
iCopy a home where we felt he would
a-be safer. Two weeks later he was dead.
J It was a Saturday afternoon, on Se-
ichelt's main street.  His  mistress saw  it
Blake C. Alderson D.C.
Post Off ice^Building Sechelt
Phone 885-2333
Wednesdays and Saturdays
10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. *"
Pay pnlyfor necessary costs to
keep  your  motor in  top  shape'
and ready for another fun filled
Phone 883-2266
,,         .    ,   j.     .,     ,     ,,.      ,     .,, .    ,u„ .happen. The car came out of nowhere,
than single-family dwellings) will in the >■■   v7.„ k.„„i, ■■    ♦           ..      7   _■ '■■■'
1                    1     ._      1        ■ /. 1    t     «„„. a  httle black  cat  was  flipped  high   in
long run make the plan viable. In effect ^     . ,  „     ,   , .         **cu 7   ■      I
Pn ri t■ M th + A    ■ t. A LONG-RANGE plan for a community     " ^l1  .f.; * residential area near recrea-     B     h •   im     J      lnQ° ^e^0J y^
*pmp        ^   ki    vthat ^ur^g a r0"tlnte establishes a guideline for future de-    , 10» facilities; a shopping area and pub-     d>_± Pg      ° n m' Uopy was
??L_Z.      /k 4n tDf i8  Bay Sept;    velopment. It indicates in general terms    ^c transit along Highway 101. The car didn't, ston   -  . ■ ■    :■'.— .-
Tlif Ve!We7v,     _      *    ^creation   areas   and  residential   neigh-     the  regional  district  has   proposed  that     him7uyt h™™ Srter oS
Fraser pleaded not guilty to the charge    borhoods  - - - the area bounded by Hall Road, High,    7im' pu*. ne was wrong, the driver of that
ZrZt^nn 10 bUt WaS f°Und gttUty  ' •     Such plans are devoloped as a result    way  101 and the old B & K or Largo
ana nnea ^uu.  ■ q{ discuSsions  ^^ the  publiC)  interogt    Road be zoned in a rural holding type
lUllllilllllllllUIUlUUUlK    groups   (including    community    associa- .  of zone which would  preclude subdivi-
"... ...tfonsy. and. with „the. planning committees. . sions of }?_s. ,^,ari tw9 aFes- .,_..,_.._:....7
• of the elected councils. With the excep- In thls manner some development of
I    tion of the villages of Sechelt and Gib-     the area could occur without creating a   |
• sons and the Indian reserves, the respon- pollution problem (much of the area has
sible elected council in the area from P°or sPtt percolation) and would at the
Earl's Cove to Port Mellon is the re- same time -preclude the • need for parcel
gional district board, .     ■ consolidation   when   multiple    dwellings,
The  board   is   presently   engaged   in are erected.  The economies  of multiple
the    preparation   of    such    guidelines housing would also permit the develop-
througHout  the  district.  An  example is ment of  a proper sewerage system. forv
the plan which is evolving for the Rob- that a"~*ea- The two-acre zoning proposal
5 erts Creek area   This  plan  basically  is was rejected at a recent public hearing
6 the result of discussions with the advi- so the board will retain the five-acre zone
                                        5    sory   planning  commission,   the commu- for the piesent time
gnjWMlW_WlMM—IMmiKBUBHg ,, nity association and with individual mem-        rN?xt, tas.k  is..to   integrate  this   plan*
It IMachine Shop
885-9464 (business)
Take your family out
for Lunch or Dinner
Heated Pool and Saunas
available at extra charge
For Reservations
Phone 885-2232
Make it your first color TV.
(The only one with the works in a drawer)
'■•■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■nl 1   mt-j   aooutiauun auu wiiu uiuiviuuai iiicm- j'r   <- '        —'•  '
X.  . r- 7 ;' V\";    ,Vpf, the ".plan -have been discussed-m the>  and. the res,, ot the
or 885-2151 eves.
f«:ea jo.£_7EUibgr4s jCree^ - J$
theSifdgion_iLVclJ^i,ict The
focafpress'and wilToiily"summarize the fe!aslbility 'of the proposal needs to Be
proposals. verified with overall growth projections
■ Main feature • of the plan is a com- and economic indicators. Finally the'Rob-
mercial core .at HalL. Road and Lower erts Greek plan-will again be presented
Roberts Creek Road-which will function to ^e pubhc as part of the'total long-
as a neighborhood retail shopping area. ran|e plan.
Between  this  shopping  center  and  the -Similar projects'are underway, for the
>golf couise-recreatibn^-complex^ which/Js^ great^.Secheltrarea; :the'Langdale area
.situated on the  north  side of Highway ?nd  the  Pender Harbor, area.  Planning
. 10i; a .medium- to high-density'develop- for, long-range development should start
ment is envisaged, This development is
• not considered feasible at this time but
.it '5 anticipated that the growing demand
for an alternate form of housing (other
Pender Harbour Credit Union
, .>.,      11 a, 11 a     ■
II - .     .       I ,i  1   . t        t I   , 1 ml, ilia, (I ■...(, 11   ura an),    t,.l   I i| .1.11 1 III ||.•      •» Ii      .a    1   1 I I        tit       -Hi
aaltlUI «..(,!,   I
' I '   ! 7
11  ' /, I   1   .      Ill    '    '
I    i,|l    I i| . l»|l 1 |i> ||.
1      7
.—All interest,raids, competitive
—Prepay at anytime with no penalty
■I a"       ,'a. >     ■ .."..a.      ,'.     'n,''Vfr^l'a''*n,f>Srta|l''i''VV'V.»V--r'
Insured atyno[7b\xtrikJ^pst.'fo;',! qualified members
I  .>    *) -*  I.'-1 f*',h ^*l'^f *** V'-t^l- '!-tiWl*'*M'¥'l''^|^ ^'nii    tU'Vf H ij^i'J^tf |vn»^-^'-¥*'(.   **W**Y  I.T't     .   tj'_    «     ,   ^.      _,
. Djptvt.     .*i '(     . ,
i.^a^'l'ltlfll^l^ltWMM --_   . '',^t'-*<fa**ty>:4tr ^W^'P1***'*      in2mm^^1-.f^nP^ t-   <4\c *"'!    ^*^*A^^^»4^fe*i"^«*alS#teS>*,!^'* *^*j)!f^*^%-* * ^#*Hfr++lW^f
Call  in or Phone
Pender Harbour Credit Union
i *
';',7 •,■; 883-22361
I   I   V   1    I   I
it t,. ..t.H    . l^
7.    *,j;»I„   J.' !',(  \-,.,l>. .. I ..1,1. '„!,'.    Ill   '.ll    fi.,!,.*!,' ',   U].1.   1     H It,  (,.   1. I' I    ti   ",.t,»i«al,,
1. .'._ ','.'..'.,, L'1.. 11 -v.'.. 1 ijT^L^l^Ll^^
I        ,.1/ It.'l   I:
•t. i' . ,     . . ,
I   .       a|,fti,   J   ■   t,l  ...»,(   I||   ,
I    ^,  4.^4    U.^.»    V,,4
. t.    *.   .   W^'^t. t.
1   ra I
\   i. HI -11
■I'd *,    ,4^^ .. ,a»,
»a*   I.rti4.i.h p^,,i^,,
a'. 1 I " it '   ,1
».,.»«,<•,      .•■    ,..K.      I |4,
4'lf.    !«!..      ....   .44.W   rlt'l      ^.44    J       -
this spring for the Halfmoon.^ay area..
Legion auxiliary aids
area senior citizens
.       . 1     1
SENIOft Citizens'  Housing;    Association^
Sunshine   Coast   Retarded , Children's
Association and St-. Mary's Hospital have
, received the largest amounts of money
^ from, Royal Canadian,Legion,^^Brapclv.liO
Ladles Auxiliary,
Funds are 'from the auxiliary's chnr-
ily* funds for the past year;* said Moira
M. Richter of the auxiliai'y,
Furthev details' of the donations will
he announced later as the presentations
are made, said Mrs. Richter.
, Other local, projects aided by the aux-
. Ulnry.nre brownies, cubs, girl guides and '
scouts in Sechelt and Wilson Creoki Socholt Memorial Library and tho bu.'s,ary
and'loan fund. Sunshine, Coast Chapter
, of, the" Registered, Nurses'Association of,"
B.C, have heeri helped in their education '
program,   ,     ,  '        '  t
Tho Indian' Residential School  bond
■ who always make tho Remembrance Day
parades so colorful will receive, a dona- '
tion toward tholr proposed'trip, said Mrs.
,„.,.AMcntPri, 1.,,...,,..„,,i,i,i,<«,f...,M4.t,,.,.,.i...,«.,a»4..'...■..44.,,,i,...,.4,„,..)„»,.»»„<,,,..„ I,
"Tho good ladies of tho Rod Crow
group'will rccolyq,a-cheque for main-
'.RobortH .Crook", sho snld,
•„,;.,. "JL.n.rgfi«,l donation: outside,, oil tho .local
uroa gobs to ,tho B.C^ .Cancer Foundation
, for roHdarch, AlsoTcmcmborcd'nro'Chilr
7tdron:4iW9SPUol4h),"Vancouver)*Rlvorviow ■ <-
Hospital, ';Shn'u8hhdfl«y Hospital and Suva
, lho Children's Fund,"        ,  ,
Children ' of,' Auxiliary mombors , and
those of tho'LcfllonnaircB aro not forfiot-
*"tenfttMd.'"Mri/i RWIftor; Their'Clirliilmns""*
party will bo hold Don, 17 Jn- tho 'Legion
hull on Mqrinnkl Street, Socholt, '
"   . To enroll, allgiblo    children, Mm.'
, .W'olyutoni, nluiukl. bo .contacted at, llllll- ■
.^110 oi"Mr«..,Jue[!or at fl0i.rlMOa'byNov.
••10,'lih(^lilrt;v \yy ',.'■    ■ "      '      -
i»mn9.,»t, >Liil^lp,..4ii.iii
T.      1
Measured diagonally
on the Peninsula . . .
Come in and see \t . . . you'll be amazed!
'.\m%   *'|iJs^s(i;i^^v»iy^*^..fiia»__s.ysi_^^^
\\ifi W,..:.-itiA..i[.'i.S
0 our ^-specialty.
, i.i;  1 1
.'1 1   'i.i
.,1. . 1,1.1 ■
Mediterranean Styling, Chssic Pecan Finish,-Concealed Casters and, of course,
Works in a Drawer: Includes complete
set-up and adjust merits in iyout: home.
**   t_,
f ii;»afcV^i|M!jMa. I ,^|DM^U| k.
t i .>
11 I
"   l.
Ro|ilacoablo Mjiii-Circtiits
Solid Stato plug''In', nnd. apt
d«|»Bndpbllliiy mi spoon1 of
.sorvlco-usually rlflht In tlio
homo, .   ,
r, if
We Make the Color Happen
7,; ,' ,''77('   t,   ' '   '7,' '      '   7     '7*'       ■   ■      '        ,
All necessary? adjustments made right in your home
','} • ' ' ", •' ' i  7  (1     '2 Ji '(7    1' 1,7 .'i' i y \ i; 11    ' 1 ' - ' 1
a I . 1 ^   I   a     il      j   I j      1        1 .    • ,  , pj , a"    I        i
"   ' ••      '''     '       1   ," -'ia      ^ '.':',   \   ,     \ '   ', '"        ' ' '      '
1   I      i ,i
W1*mmmm*m^ i«'i ',
t 11      i> 1
.1   a* J  ' '.   I'I   lilt
Cowrlo Street, Socholt
Phono 885-2171
,',     |   «,»,|   I"
al.i.M     Ml,
• ,a. la « -    .
II, a ll   I f
.'I   .
DINING-LOUNGE11 dm.~to^8 - p.m.
.... vCABAREt::SAWRpAi'^.;.77-:
9 P.M. TO 1:30 A.M.
la cfUi
Hwy « Socholt    1
f ft a        I 1     h       1    '    I        I  11        f .,    ~jL    » "      '      't. *'     '   *      'I.Waa'Mlt^ii'^lliUll!,*^
'-ft ■
(\rt|   fa.^*M.    'I
*v+»w-UMifa|,|..»y^*,,«1a»t(j, ^(np'ifni!,
*>«WM»«i))4.   W *ti<__j|f:jWitoWWiytM^W^
I   l» .»     M
-a,   »"   „..,"»a„l    ,   '   .     1.  ,.,       ,
wrJ\__vM™'iy *\
t  t
^Bi^ -. . „ .  .      im________i '   1 H__ 7 j
>-<i _^rrosi _Hilrai^__isr^a. m - ; -i-
*• '**4-*^H^/V^B8Pr»      .PHI "•''''.'^" ^P ' .IP'tl- Ii«w H. H ..l1a.4a1l.1M    t*i*i
a. ,4|rt4)M5.  /.....m'^^ f,i i,i.lr4 t\i.  .  ,i t-MA^nttf **«.$ttztiilt.it.  .it<.:{%><..**■. ■^vt,n>ii ^.^
P     <        h     I     ,   *    |* ail|
C        lil
I      ■- t- !     ll      .   ftt     M|        Ir    ) ill--       »J__t_l___**J*1*._t___ \  ���\  \  A  i  n _  \  avets Corner  ���Gibsons Army, Nervy ond  Air Force Unit 357  oy Adam McBndfe  \ War Heropn Series  No. 6  ~~   GREETINGS!  A m&\\ who "'siancts'" out in our community (for several -.reasons is Ron Irvine. \  Born iu Moose Jaw, (a town lie claim:;  was. named after Iiii- .sister), Hon often  speaks of the hard times inflicted on  his childhood. He recalls how his mother,  because limes were hard, used to offer  all her children a dime for not eating,  dinner. Then when they were all tucked  soundly asleep in the' root cellar, she  would slyly retrieve the dime and then  ������gro�����t-hem���bo���l+r-Rat��ast���for���hav-mg���Lost  \  Page B-2 Th^ Peninsula Times Wednesday,   November   157 "1972  ���'������.��� ���       ' ^ x  Planner attends program and Budget seminar    \  SUNSHINE s Coast  Regional  Planner,  Ed   yas designed  to  aid  planners in  setting  Cuylits, attended a^-V.-o-day seminar on  "Planning, ., programming and Budgeting  Systems" Friday ax. 7 Saturday1 at Vancouver's   University   Centre   for   CVitin-  objectives and allocating time ifi planning  studies, and in" evaluating altet&atiVe  courses of action. -_,.._  uingv Education.  He  told   The   Times  that   the  course  Only the local newsi^aper sounds the  community   heartbeat.  junutnnnnnnnnnmnrinnrMinrTi-Timnnnnmrinnr-r-:���~i   '������������������������m"*"'"'"*  DANCING  Village council seeks  crosswalk near school  GIBSONS   Village. Council   will   petition  the Highways '"''Department' "for' provision of a crosswalk opposite Elphinstone  High  School.  Aid. Winston Robinson brought up the  matter a Tuesday's council meeting, asking: "How are children legally to cross  the road on their way to school?"  Mayor Wally Peterson explained that  the road fell under the jurisdiction of  the Highways Department, and it up to  them to decide if. a crosswalk is necessary or practical.  But he forsaw possible dangers in locating a crossing near the school. "A child  feels safe on a crosswalk," he said. "But  if a car is barrelling down the road at  40, it doesn't have a chance to stop."  Robinson   said   that  crosswalks   were  PQLICrl ARE llyiyES-TIQATINQ an  accicler.t ori School Kosd, Qibso.hs,  Wednesday night, that left two cars  upturned in the roadside ditch. Gars  ���-���iiwolyed-^w;ere.-'a-^Iate--model^-Vaux:'--  hal'L Viva owned by Mrs. Kewitts and  a 1961 Impala onwed by Roy MacFarlane, both of Gibsons. RCMP. told  lhe' money.   T'"~or   lunch  they  always, had.   .  1ho  old .Irish   favorite,   bread   and  point.  Everyone  got   half  a  slice  of  bread  and  pointed   at   the   butter.  Mr. Irvine put himself through, school  by taking tuition in the mornings and  presenting himself at the local university iri the afternoons as a specimen for  study by the anthropological classes. Inadvertantly, Ron set many of today's  best scientific minds on their upward  drive because they usually wrote their  theses- on his unbelievable ability to digest any object or material that was biodegradable.  To this day, he does not suffer from  dandruff as others do, but a continual  fall-out of chalk dust; a result of" his  secretive consumption til" unlold sticks  of school chalk. .  Tiring of the seemingly endless  struggle to better himself, (5 years in  grade 3), he was out one night wandering  around to still'the pangs of hunger when  'he-found himself in Greenwood, Nova  Scotia. Arrested by the local police for  having devoured the complete day's  catch of herring from four fishboats, 20  feet of almost new mooring hawser and  someone's hip waders, he was installed  in   the   village's   jail.  While sitting moodily munching on  the third of tlie jail's four straw mattresses, Ron heard an Air Force band  marching by; playing that old English  tune "Boiled Beef and Carrots"! He enlisted   immediately!  ecaiise of his propensity to locate any  form of moving object (that was edible),  he was assigned to radar. At that time,  due to a very sly move by the government, the defence budget had been slashed to the bone. This accounts for the  wierd sight of a 1927 Avro Anson plane  roaring over the Atlantic coast with Ron  Irvine suspended 30 feet below the  plane, beanie cap propeller spinning  madly as he invariably found and pointed out every school of herring, or indeed, anything moving beneath the  water.  Although this was, indeed, the  world's first airborne radar, many of the  "kinks" had not been^ taken out of the  system and Ron, recalls the horror of  landing 20 or'tJO"-se^endiB "taefore the  plane did and" of the number of men it  took ?o get him hooked up for the next  flight. Discharged as mentally ineffective because of continual false sightings  on the numeous guano deposits in the  area, Mr, Irvine .enlisted in the Lord  Stratchona Horse. There is some mystery about why he left this regiment  although the official transcript simply  states that Ron cpme back off a five-  man mounted patrol, three of them being afoot and Ron Irvine picking his  teeth. '  Coming to Gibsons with his lovely  wife, Pauline, and their beautiful daughter Pat ti,  he  worked at  the Pen. Hotel    the foi'm of new anti-lip litter,bins, de-   untft he. met the man and the job. that,   sl6nF.l to,.detei; children from scattering  has sal the future 'courfte of his life! their' contents.' ���   ���'  As an associate of Mr. Kelly, our own Aid.  Jerry  Di?con  told  council Tue.v  official .....controller. k>f,, expendable .com-    day .that the, amount,of litter  on Gib% Jorgetisen; f(;th��^orjly^  mercial   and   residential  residue, Ron Is    son's  streets was  partly cansed by  the    know".1 complete with Hard"'"hat and d,irty  doing a magnificent job!  Although Mr.    oil-drum type of litter bin currently in    fitanfields;  Kelly   hn.s   unluckily   been   compressed    use. Student  Council  held  a sell-out (log  several times hy Ron-in his haste to get "I have often seen them deliberately    sale.ori the T\inch-hour, The cheerleaders  ,,....oiwwUlv,.lho,^ ,,������,_,  abaret  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  The Best In  Live Entertainment  SATUR&AY, WOViMiift 18  JOIN THE' FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  mLrmmmmmLfmm-immmrmtwMmmimn-wmmmfmmrw******  ���MMfMHWIIIMfllHtn  Mr. ROBERT J. CURLING  British Columbia Land Surveyor, of Powell River, B.C.  is pleased fo announce the opening of an associated  office in the Sechelt Lumber Building, by Mr. ROBERT  W. ALLEN, British Columbia Land Surveyor.  R.J.DURUNG.B.C.L.S.  4760-D, Joyce Avenue  Powell River, B.C.  485-2404  487-9215 (Res.)  Zen. 6174  R. W. ALLEN, B.C.L.S.  Wharf Street  Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2625  885-9581 (Res.)  1 he Times that the Viva was pa iked  on School Road Wednesday night by  Mrs. Kewitts' son, Martin. MaeFar-  lane7s car was parked further up the  hill, and apparently slipped tits-brake  and ran into tlie Viva. Damage figures have not yet been released.  ElphierH'ighlighis  MID term exams started off last Monday  and finished Thursday. Most students  are now aware of their marks and grade  results. Report cards should be out?-some- ���  time this week.  The   Gospel   Firebrands,   a   group   of  singers   from   Australia,   visited   Elphin-  well   signposted,   and   approaching   cars __      .    -. , .  ���        , t        ,       _ ., _������.,��  Wftrtfcve a chance to slow down. "The    stpne..TJitH.s<&y ^o^ui :pn���an,jnforrnaU  against Columneetza High Cougai  k," he    h��nch~hduff.7^^ ,-. ,-\'\ '   ��--*  RCMP are in favor of a crosswalk  added.  Clerk David Johnston said he would  write to the Highways Department, requesting a crosswalk in the vicinity of  the school. They would look, at the area  and decide on the best location, he told"  council.  Gibsons council eyes ,  anti-tip'titter units  GIBSONS   village   council   has   declared  war on litter. 'Its first salvo will be*in-  teachers and students ehjbyec" listening  tb the group play "and heard brief personal  experiences of certain members. A remembrance Day service was held Thursday afternoon, also.  ��� 'Although not as many students came  , dressed along the Hillbilly theme as expected, the mahem was still as enjoyable  on Friday, when.' the .'Student Coi^ncil  sponsored our annual Sadie'Hawkins Day.  Karen Dombroski was the.'Robin Hood  flour girl, wearing, a flour bag for her  dress.  , - 'L��eo' Rlchter"'was"di:essed up"as a 'Roaring Twenties' girl by fellow food students,  popular,,eye-catching (get.';ps,l,were worn  by ^illbilly ' Cathy Mdpfean with ' lw  piUowninduc^d, bulges,  and  by Susanne  ���by Joan Blomgren    ���  SPORTS  Cougars senior boys are travelling to  North Vancouver to play Argyle Pipers  this Wednesday. On Friday, they will  journey to Princeton to participate in the  first tournament of this season. Elphie's  starting' game of the tournament will be  ars from  a  f. ���*. ����� ���*;  Referees are needed for the upcoming  basketball   season   at   Elphinstone.   Any  interested persons in the community are  asked to contact Mr. Garry Gray or Mr.  Larrie  Grant. *  Since 1946, Canadians have purchased  nearly, $5.5 billion ...worth, of Canada Savings Bonds through the Payroll Savings  Plan. ���   ������'. ���������..-,     --..���  Carpets  5    Closed Monday, Open 9.a.m, to 6 p.m, ��� Friday-Night til 9 p.m  .i ... >.n  s<?i_.  lowly stated ihoro is no ill will on his  purl, nllluuifilv several complaints havo  chn..�� In'"ho'ciuiso Ron usually throws gar-  hun., van mid all, Into the compressor  truck.  A Minf..(��>iiIon was mado hy John Oad-  dliiii.'li, Mr, Kelly's public relations of-  river,��� thai IIiIh (".hristinossoasrin, rather  Hun o/t'vrliiK lilnii and, his, associate gal-  limn nl' HplrtiN (neither ol' them drln'O or  n a miry OiHihor nl' thrttn need It) that you  Rlniply��tdl't��wrnp''��yo.t.r"'e^ppn^ll.)le��ro(.l*  <luc io" WiiMti.i Iho"''Jobs fok'  tlio 'Tor II vfe"  StHISOII, ...  .     ..-.a   ���       ���,    ,..,....'    .,!..      ...-i  -.,   ��� ,..  And Ron says do tho samo with your'  St!o you .rill Doo. 1 nt Robert.; Crook  Hall for tho Anavets ..hint blntsol  Robinson, "Perhaps wo should look into  the possibility of u.sinH cans with some  typo <>r lid?* ���'���������-������--'   "���������--������*- ���  ��� Mayor Wully Potorsoii sugRonted  they consider barrels with a cross stand  on I ho hoi torn, 'This would mal.o them  more difficult, to tip," he said, "And  I> sure we could uql, four ,times tho  Marb'ngo, intoa them."      , > i ,    ,  DInoii thpiiKht o o u n c 11 could hold  u competition al  village school.,  to do-  -filgn* clecoratIon-ror-them,      7'Wo (���oiHcl -.oooruio thom attraotlvoly  with  a  lllflo  ImaRlnallon,"   ho  nald,  Clork David JohiiHton was. instructed  to, oxamhio thp varloufl, types of v Httor  bins available and'report back' to council.  t  .    .       .-"Mir -p. m  OF THE ESKIMO  GEORGE SWHNTON  although   health' conditions   could   have  boon  questioned   from   the   look  of  the  clothes Worn "by llio cheerleaders working '  Ihoro,  A local group provided mujjic for the  mixoiv held later at tho gym. Chasing a  hoy proved clangorous for some unforUm-  ate,1 g|H, w)io; wqs -Ihrow;i. In 'tho Hhciwi'r <  ���< rcU\r|iTg/rio'bri7by.-v-tlni��i ������' vlotinn'p-./fripiulR,-:  Sadlo   Hawkins   dunco   hotel   from   fl  p.m, Uv 12- p.m, Friday was attended by  well-oyer 400. peopile,7At .��10;3Q^^Grandpa -  ' and Grandma Sridle Hawklhrwor'o plckijd'  from  the .teachers  who oamo to school  ���dressed up,   ',  ,,,,,,,. C|randpp�� '...'\ynfl::.,,:iMp, ,���, Rob   Shaw   and \  * Grandma wns MJss Nest Lewis, Unf6rtttn-'  ntoly, noltfhor w��h pvos,ont to accept thoiri  ;���.u^o, ,���,���,..���...,���,,���,���.....     ���  ^arryltii*'Snm,'  alias' Iflr,""fSmotliors,'  clios? Dobblo WIlUs na lyirs, Sadlo Uuw-i  with Jan co MuU\na ns runnor-up, Brad'  ,,<iNoit>.v,w wJlion .cftlicd up. on stage���to. ,.  accept1 the Tltlp.' of Mr. Sndio Hnw|clns.'  Polntlngnn-fpko pistol at Brad's load,-  Marrytnfl. Sam ithooa .'wedUlho-two? Htu-  dunts, 7;'7;'7J7*7','7:  ��� ���   ���  Tho Eh7n|ont .Council would llko to  thank lhq,$JHf'9nt Police, lho decorming1,  I'ommittoo, (<i'loaivup  committee,' perHopD'^^,  ' ��� loolcjriii' ri^ioy .'rqCreslupont's nnd till othon.��     "r  . who bolneq., pvennize tho dnpeo.  Thoy    7 "  onpcplnlly'v.\_\\ Ui '{\\^n\\ i\\$ nt'ud��ut body  for'tholr .co.i>porntlon....ln.,.mnklnH ..thlli:, ,.  tho i^pnl w^Il-hPhftvod dnnco in a lonn' '    ,  tlmo,- ' �� '  Tho most thorough  ..visual rocordof Eskimo  , scMlpturo oyer cprnpilad  ,. .37 colour ^jatosj,  photopiphs, ���$'1360  BOOKS & STATIONERY  w     at Tho Tlmos, Socholt  .. t,  .,* .....  Tho Sarratbgti'hoa throo bbdroomo, cnthodrol  entrflnco(,llroplnco, our|decKj utility room  ond byor 1060 aqiiaro foot o( lloor opaoo.  CONTACT YOUR WESTVVOQD DEALER  A0mmmmwmwmmm^  _r^:---y^;y;;yr_  A,  .Hav1A��M'��*a*^,  WtV'Hav'JW'  iirtniii'iiiiiiiiii  UHSTU100D  BUILDING SYSTEMS WDl  v,et*) .^fts^^it^B.ii.^WtWW^aw--.  \,��  '.-'    �� t ��' "   *1  Froese Bros. ConslrucUon  Gibsons i-i.' Phono $064417  ,.        i**>   I    . ^     t,        i        i    p    ,     _    >     )      I    . ,   ! , I  ���_j-���**n -i^^-WWi^W^tsHW^^i,^  SiriiMtistIjlafejAll  Spoholl v_ rhqno 885-1241 ,  BSONS LIONS  > I  A (�����,    *Im\,_  "-*"����        .     P.      f��l    !,**��     **   *   f��  *w-* m *mr_w #mM *��#$*i^ __^m *mf_w *  ELPHINSTONE   SCHOOL  18tll.7'-..^8:30:;,p.,m $3.00 each  ,1   U<     4 4  fell s. fee  'a   '    I  TICKETS:  \ttme.frimt^.nf^f.  ���"**j����wijfniH!yWiM'l"*fi|��*W.*w__ii__W.  PurchasecJ, From  -AbWHITMRi!:??7r  KRUSE DRUG STORE  or any  LION MEMBER V  \  Gibsons lakes honors"-'  school soccer tourney  ��� GIBSONS Elementary battled their way  to 7-1 Victory over Roberts Creek'"  Friday in -the finals of the first inter-  school double-knockout tournament.  Teams representing the five Penin- .  sula Elementary schools took pact in the  two-day tourney, which was played off  at Elphinstone High School Thursday  and Friday. .        \ ...'������  One of the organizers, Dave Remple  of Sechelt Elementary, said it was hoped  to make, the event .an annual one.  Sechelt pipped Langdale Elementary  4-0 in Friday's consolation finals. Other  scores were as fbllows:  Garhe 1 - Sechelt 4, Madeira Park 1;  Game 2 - Langdale 0, Roberts Creek 5;  Game 3 - Gibsons 6, Sechelt 0; Game 4 -  Langdale   1,  Madeira  Park  0.  Gower Point Road may be  resurfaced in near future  GOWER   Point   Road   finally   may   be  resurfaced   in   thev near   future,   said  David     Johnston,     Gibsons     municipal  clerk.  Originally, the road was outside municipal boundaries, he explained, and this  led to disagreement over who was responsible  for  maintenance.  But. in early 1972, municipal boundaries were extended to include the road.  Now, said Johnston, council is awaiting  final word from tlie provincial government on when funds will be made  available for resurfacing work. The area  slated for improvement runs between  Gibsons   library   and   the   Shell   station.  ��������������������������������� _._._��� _.������������_��� r���mnhrwimiiiimii  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt ��� 885-9Q66  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutts cards and wrappings.  Fine English china cups and saucers.  Boutique  items,  local- artists paintings.  wmmt4ia_m��.m9mi_m9__9^_9Ha9^i4iaim_W-___nm_m_m__mv9im  --.-~r  HARVEY FUNERAL  HOMEl-TDr  A Complete Chapel or Church Funeral  Service at Moderate Cost  MEMORIAL SERVICES $235.00  INCLUDES CREMATION FEE, OR  BURIAL IN LOCAL CEMITARY  AND TRANSPORTATION  No Membership Fee Required  PHONE 886.9551  J. Roy Parkins Owner ��� Manager  The reninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday,   November   15,   1972  Gihsorls bowling  RESULTS of last week's play at Gibsons'  .E&M Bo\yladrome are as-follows: N  HIGH SCORES FOB THE^WEEK  *    Gwen Edmonds,  750;  Marybelle  Holland, 725 - 288; Linda Brown, 282; Bonnie  McConnell,'290;   Don  Mackay,  803;  Art ���  Ilolde'n, '.16- 300; Vic Marteddu, 3337  LADIES TUESDAY MORNING  Joan Fraser (216; Carol Kurucz 626  (214); Ellen Kurucz 604 (250); Leslie Bai- .  ley 550 (226); Verna Harris 571 (204);  Marybelle Holland 725" ,(239, 288.; Jean  JorgeiiSeb 556 (200); Shitley Vefhauls  500;.1*at Verhaulst (202); Maureen Dorsis..  (207); Phyllis Hoops 551 (208).  GIBSONS'A'TUESDAY  Frank N(evins 667 (249); Marion Alsager 630 (217, 217);. Walt Nygren (216); -  Darlene May field (230); Terry Mayfield  647 (254); Gunner Christensen 662 (295);  Dan Robinson 677 (266, 221); Linda Brown  658 (282).; Freeman Reynolds 640 (227);  Vic Marteddu 692 (333); Kim Underwood  642 (254); Gwen Edmonds 750 (256, 245,  249); Don Mackay 654 (244).  WEDNESDAY 7:00 P.M.  Gary Verd-->1 636 (227); Ken Alien  (223); John Bjc.nson 601 (223, 258)7Don-  McDonald (225); Tom . Su.rn.er 617 (268);  Ron Evans 672 (282); Grieg Lemky 611  (209); Art Holden 716 (300); Fred Swan-  son  612~(274);   Randy  Drummond   (214).  WEDNESDAY 9:00 P.M.  Wally Langdale 678 (222, 239). Jim  Leith 603 243); Don Mackay 803 (275, 255.  273);  Bonnie  McDonnell 648   (290); Bob  McConnell (250); Bob Benson (228); Hal  Anderson  634   (228);  Evelyn  Hogue 608  (21&);   Bill   McGivern   (241);   Carol McGivern (261).  WEDNESDAY  MORNING  LADIES  Yvonne Phillips 625 (263, 218); Betty  Inglis 622 (273); Marty Melldrum 518  (242); May Jackson 519 (211); Mary Morris 508; Jean Craze 508.  THURSDAY   NIGHT  Hugh Inglis 667 (266, 225); Dan Robinson 612 (225); Jim Thomas 625 (243); John  Pike (229); Vic JMartpddu 694 (244, 238);  Betty Inglis (259); Kan Nadpn X245); Art  JHpldenjBOl; _Rad,.Day7^8^(236,, 271).. _  SENIOR CITIZENS  Nancy Schiedigger 299 (154); Emile  Schiedigger 267;" Eva Pilling 270; Dick  Oliver. 346 (167, 179); Mac McLaren 214;  Art Taesdale 205; Ernie Ritz 295.(151);  Cecile Ritz 205; Helen Ritz 209; Belva   Hauka 254.    "".  'Pay now'proposed  for sewer hookup  ~\  \  \  7\  4 ^^ti^i-%ii��l_&^^  gfW^&  /x~:~x::::::"::x::~;*&M  '���y.-yX.-yy^  y.-:-7y.-y.-y.-__W.-:_^__<K-_m-.-:<-m^  ���7'.7.y7-2.'-y7-_M'-:m-'.^  ���yy.yy-y.yy.^l^  Act governs operation . . �� .��� .        -   ���  Snowmobilers must  DRIVE  a safe car. stortSj"w|  WE ARE NOW  ���v;7taerURw. - .l.;,.,  DISC BRAKE ROTORS  New equipment -..to - compliment  our Service Policy.  TURNED  CONVENTIONAL DRUMS*  HILLTOP MOTORS ���  Sunshine Coast Highway       H  886-7343 Gibsons B  a nan b a a a a v n ��� ��� M  GIBSONS residents may be given the  bpok-up immediately, - instead of having  to waitt until' the new system is' operational.  "Village   council   ajgreed   Tuesday   to  disctiss   the   possibility. of   pre-payment  ��he gngifteeiing o^artinent. j__  p preljewt^ ?e^|Jen^5fwiJll- face -tw<w  hbolt-up .charges   when   the   sewer   sys-  ���!   t^rn...becomes operational.r one from the  . main.-to .their property line and another  from- the  property line  to  their  home.  Mayor   Wally   Peterson   told   council  that pre-payment would ease the financial burden on senior citizens, particularly, and allow them to budget the hook-  7 up "fee  oyer  two  payrnents, instead of  !,'':'''6ne7"-"' ���'��� ���".' '*'��� ������'     ' ���'���'���'        ' ���' "' '���"���'���' *  Aid, Winston Robinson said that prepayment would also help the village.  Jinancially   by   jtowerir)g   their   interest  payments' on 'money bdrrowed ' for" 'the  sewer project,  3\Iaypr��� ;Petprson'f said*, "he*^ would������;��dis--;  uss the matter with municipal Engineer  Ken Kerr "and' see^ what he can come  up with."   , :! ��"'"������'���" ���'������]'- '"���'-���'"���' t.'^'-.:-....^'.^....  Cancer facts  THE   CONTINUING 'reHearch   into   tho  c^re, and  control  of  cancer  involves  scientists from virtually every branch of  modern .science, .    .  Some research ccrjtrcs have specialized in investigating "lhe role of viruses  in cancer. (   ',  It ls well establW|)cd that many kinds  of cancer in apimals aro cause by y\t-  uses, and although It follows' that human  cancer might nteo bo duo to vlVuses, there  ,is(,not 'yet proof ojrthlB.777i77' 777,77  ' Some scientists, are -looking for that  proof,' others aro working with known  animal viruses, studying their exact functions nnd devising ways to Interfere wUh  thclir purpose In llfo,whlc|) is to survive,  to multiply and to Infect healthy colls,  REGULATIONS, governing the operation-fr  - and \ registration   of   snoWfhobiles   ifi   .  British Columbia, and a reproduction of, f  the All-Terrain Vehicles Act, are includ-  \  ed. in a pamphlet being made, available to ������  the public through all licence-issuing offices  of  the Motor  Vehicle  Branch   and  the Department  of  Recreation and  Conservation,   Victoria.   - .;  Commenting  on  the  requirement  for  registration     of   snowmobiles,   the   Hon.  Robert  Williams, "minister  of  recreation  and conservation, said:  "In the last few   ���  years the growth of the sport of snow-  ^  mobiling   within   British   Columbia   has  been phenomenal... some common sense  rules are necessary to ensure the safety   f  of those who wish to enjoy this recrea-   I  tional   pursuit,  .to   protect   our   environ- �����  ment and the safety of the-public." '<%(>,  Deadline   for   registration     of -snowmobiles was Nov.   1. Registration fee is    ^  $5, for which the snowmobile owner re- ���*  ceives   an   owner's   certificate   and   two  decals which must be applied to-his machine. ~    .-'.'.  In bringing the pamphlet to the atten- '  tion of snowmobile operators, officials in  Victoria   are   emphatic   in   pointing   out  that registration of a snowmobile under  the  All-Terrain' Vehicles   Act   does   hot  constitute a licence to operate the snowmobile on a public highway., Snowmobiles operated  on  highways  must  be  licenced under the Motor Vehicle Act, with  a permit from the local police. Highway  licencing satisfies the requirements of the  All-Terrain Vehicles Act. However, snowmobiles which  will  not  be operated  on  highways require the $5 registration and  decal  identification  even  if operated  on  prjvate property.  The  use  of  snowmobiles in provincial parks is prohibited except" with* a special paiMc permit!>-*-������-"���-��>*  Rental dealers must apply  in writing  to the superintendent of motor vehicles,  Motor Vehicle Inspection Division, Motor  Vehicle   Branch,   Victario,   for   a   rental  dealer's certificate.  A person found guilty of an offence  against the All-Terrain Vehicles Act* is  liable to a fine of not more than $500.  But the pamphlet does not emphasize  penalties; instead, it concludes with a  plea to snowmobilers to adhere to a  "Snowmobilers Code of Ethnics" which  calls for good sportsmanship, care' and  concern for the environment, and an  obligation for snowmobilers to make  themselves and their vehicles available  to assist in search and rescue,  3 Phone Numbers  SECHELT: 885-9654  A  ��r . 885-2635  GIBSONS:  I^Wf^lf  REGULATIONS UNDER tlie All-  terrain Vehicles Act now goyern  operation and registration '��� of''.snowmobiles in British Columbia. Patn^i-  lets-oullimrig-the'regifl-atroft^fld'^-^  eluding a reproduction of the act ,in  full are being made available to the  public through all licence-issuing offices of the Motor Vehicle Branch'  and the Department of Recreation  and Conservation, Victoria.  From  ���m,,%i.  y.rJivr  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  IT IS generally agreed that we have  more leisure time on our hands today, what with shorter working hours  and automation. ^lore timie to rest and  relax . we would.. thihk7" Yet"' many are  exhausted, worn out, burdened with the  cares of life. Maybe we have greater  physical relaxation  but   our  minds  and  - soulsY�� are-, not-' at-'-rest. -���- --������' ������ "���'���������- ������"������������ ������   If/ you are depressed and weary I  want you   to  listen, to  what the  Lord  ���:!'Jesus!;,,v Christ"' ';offer^'i'%to'7^wT''':'He"'?says;':  "Come to me,'all you who labor and  are heayy laden, and I will give ypu  rest," 'He' is not talking about' giving  you,a 20-hour work week or more automatic appliances for the home. He is  offering rest -for your" souls,- much need-'  . edj-cftt^  ing perhaps for years,  There is sq mu<?h mental stress 16-  day -and the storms; of -life we > overwhelming ,.,person after person, and It  is very possible that you are in lhls  ppsitlon right now7I want to toll you  tbnl Jesus Jh- tho master of every situaiion; Ho calms our, troubled hearts, gives  a .tranquillity to oiu' minds, and liftp tho  load, frqm' our shoulders, Surrender lo  Him'now and Ho will bring wonderful  ,���,peacQ,tawyQur���,soul8.,.���<r,' ,,, ,7,���, ^���.  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary  ALOHA BUFFET  Gibsons United Church Hall  NOV. 17-11:30 ATM. - 2 P.M7  continuously.  Tickets $1.75    ���  7 or 7o\\>886��2549,! ?8^2i500 '  We look forward to seeing you!  t.v.V. '..t/r_f^  ic^l ..&.i.Ftl<.>   ft   *>v.  ' This*'holiday season  . inake.sure your letter mail  I|itt"Shofft": Be.cer.tain that  you Have enough postage  on the envelope.  ��� 7 Here are the rates for  - rriail tinder f qz.     "���  Canada and U.S.A.  Letter mail  (sealed * first class) - 80.  Unsealed greeting cards - 60.  All other countries (air mail)  ptteri^ailf  Sill^^rBlpIass)-^.  Unsealed greeting bards-120  7r _ . ;/Rej^!BiTjbJer ilso th��  c^atesfo&holiday mail,  ^fre^emfeersl 3ffor.putjQHQwn,  'aii'Die^mBfer 17f6f Ini-toWn.  .  77  iFoploreign  ���dfeadliffe'siairmail,  surface letters-  ' and pa��.ciel.s,  ;p\4_s& cpiisult  ������you^local***"  .ppstraaster.  fjfyourneet  buf deadlines,  \y��ilimeet  yours.  iiV  '�����MMtn��WW>iMM��U��I��IMMll����WVW��lUMl��������M����WWUliMi|<WMWVMWM����.  ^".^.'aaa^V'.-V-^'.a.-V-r ^''~* "        -'/\.    '    ' ** v ,'i  ,������___.   canaflg   p0sies  Post       Canada  i  ll>��l>l��i;i��MMM��IIIHllMMIli|IMIIIII��lfU��<l>ltaipl>UMIII.  THE LONG  DRESSES  for Evening or Loungewear  at.  Ncwnpaporn aro the.community "alarm  .cloclca!^By-caay^Q_rlM ^oi^aMu^fea  up thq whole lowh if thlnfin fltmi. (joins  wrong.      ,.,'..,..���,..,, ..'   ,...     ,,,  J4-elea  Gib:  6 \jra&hion&  *on�� 886-9941  1 I        I I     ,   I,  , I   I     I t I  �����>IM .������MMUM_I_M.HI-II>MIHIIPIM_IMMIIIIMM___MMHIIII--I  , a I  Ask for th|s booklet frorti our representative,  mw'&t^iNikfyi&teiHt^^  ttf*^#*rtiW*(iV*��ll**'  3gii|��:17*7777  7" SUNNYCRiiTf" MOTIIri ' GIBSONS  9-11(30  am.  Wcdnciday,  Nov, P*  1 7     Tclcphono 806-9M0  PEULA   REACH   MOTEL,   SECHELT  1-3)00 p.m.  Wcdnwday, Noy.  %%  .  ",     i   Telephone 083-9561  ,(tJ) SH..-.. J   r- A,\  .1  i,l   H  i    J*fc   >t '  ,7  fi"'.".. F.ra.-'''��.V, ..��^\:  ^27^.77.7  <��� 11\  rtwwMl  777,7-7,'i5:*7>^^  If you roqulro a torm loan to start,  rnQdornlzoQroxpandyourbUGtnor,_i,-  4Xim InVUo yow to dloou$a your noodo  7 with our ropresontatlvo,  ��?>n��-. *?��.���, i Im* " * **tsn^*   ^i^h .f*4 B*.fi *- * *   'i.   . *-"\it  Hi-mi i * u  WDWRIKC:  mnimmumK  tp FINANCI^ FOB CANADIAN DUSlN^ta  ,,,72,7   l45,Wci��t l?Hi Street, ,  HortK Von<ouver, BX>.  . ^.tonrnt 969*4171  *wmrmtwmm9mwitviwmitftm*mmmwmm*m  No Cents  Jn Waiting  ���' ��� ��� LOT  r i      i,i '    i, i   i  Classified  Make You  mm��H>_  ���^MX^IP-W  w^��^^^^;W)i!��*  ci^mk_��     d "If  W ^(���'SftW'^B  g 4&tit9%l1l)&lil&l$*?99T^igi**&&^F .  8B5-9654  it i ��l ��'  '* 1* d **���.*��'*r   ffl*^*11J^���^Ifct'<!^i*i.'M-|^-'��'^^f*fW, f*#��&t�� **m **   !*�����#��* *$&   '**''"*., *.��,i)'4ft'f^m��A m M'l�� f# *��*��   'ij)***  . *n*#��������*Ww.*t��M(ii. . . wi*w��f��m��*Nwf����w>w����,��"  mi#fmmmimm  mmmmmm'imm��i��mifm^^  mmm#w*mmn944^tm��49iiyt<  r 'f K " i I f ll  *imw4tmm��*m}>h>!mmmmmm#***^w ,s\ -  \  *���  \  \  \  7    \  ���w  The Peninsula^^^  ft  w  *l may be wrong, but 1 shall nol be so wrong, as.to fail to say what I believe to be right  fait  5  ���v ~  Richard  T.   Proctor, . Managing  Editor*  wtmm  ���John Atkins  READERS'RIGHT  \  ' ���v \ - . \  Help appreciated  \NOV. 20, nomination day, for the mun-  ici^Ql elections is only five days  away and at this writing only one person on the Sunshine Coast had actually  filed his papers. That was Aid. Norm  Watson of Sechelt. Of course, it's entirely possible that by the time this appears more persons will have filed since  this was written late last week.  ' It's true, there are several persons  who have indicated that they are going to file, but waiting until the last  minute":jsn"4Jthc_best interest of the com-N  munity. "*"       ^  As we have stated previously,-mun^  icipal elections are important whether  they be for village council, regional district or school board. The positions are  important and a good council or board  is a must in this fast-paced world.  It is indeed unfortunate when candidates are elected by acclamation or  worse, appointed to.fill a vacancy.    '  The Sunshine Coast is going npwhere  but up and strong hands will be needed to guide its destiny. It can be a mash  led   by   incompetents  or   it   can   be   a  ..smooth-functioning  community    guided  by   highly interested and motivated residents.^  Municipal or school government is  no bed of - roses. Aldermen, directors  and trustees can expect criticism but little praise. The jponey Isn't all that great  either. The main*lhanks^ate_..-Jcn.oAving-  that one helped guide a community to  make it a better place to live xand to  work.  ��� Municipal government isn't for the  faint hearted ^and persons shouldn't be  nominated just because of the glory involved. There is lots of hard work and  overtime and committee meetings that  take members away from their families.  As Harry Truman said, "If you can't  stand the heat, get out of the kitchenV'  That does not lessen the need for  dedicated people who are willing to work  hard to improve the village, make the  district a better place to live or to improve the educational facilities. There  are lots of issues to consider.  Nov. .20 is nearing.  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and- not necessarily those \of The Times- A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but uil originals must be signed by~ the writer.  would make the Mayor of -Exeter seem  like a gentle and tolerant man. .  For years the residents of this area  have been subject to a barrage of bigotry which now hides in the back files  of The Times. Hopefully, your editorial  heralds a new era.  FRANK L., FULLER  ���   ft ' .  A real fish story  Editor,  The  Times, A  Sir:'We were most interested in the  article re: Jack Elliott and his large fish  (The Times, Nov. ,1). This man had quite*  a reputation for big fish at. Ladner. My  cousins there, also of the fishing fraternity, toki this story about Jack catch-  ' ing the big ones but never a hook mark.  So they set a watch and here was Jack  in his boat with a glass sealer of minnows which was dropped over the side.  Jack claimed the fish swam by and  snubbed their snouts on the glass jar  ancl were knocked' senseless and all he  did was net them into the boat, therefore  no hook marks. Wonder is he is still doing  this at Garden Bay?  Sechelt ALICE' A.   FRENCH  Restrooms on the car deeh  SliNlOR citizens on the Sunshine Coast  have brought a problem ou,t into the  open  that  probably  many  younger and  able-bodied persons don't realize exists.  On the Sunshine Coast Queen there  is a long flight of stairs  from  the car  deck to the main deck to the rest room  . facilities or the coffee  shop.  This may not seem like a problem,  but when you're elderly or infirm, those  stairs can seem a mighty long way up.  Senior citizens, backed by .the Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce,  have written Robert Strachan, minister  of highways, about the problem. They  have requested an elevator, be installed  on the ferry and barring that, they seek  rest rooms on the car deck.  An elevator is a major refitting problem and it may be impossible to install  due to the ship's construction. According to ferry officials few ships have elevators.  But a problem that does not seem  insurmountable are toliet facilities- on  \ I the car deck, ln this day and age of  chemical toilets in airplanes, construction sites, beach areas and other locations,^ ^ntf...U<!rel ton.bglifijje..&& toilets  cannot be placed on the car deck.  We realize that the trip is under an  hour but a car or bus trip can add another hour or more on either end of  the ferry ride. It can be a long and uncomfortable wait. It's tough enough that  some persons would have to stay in the  car but at least let's offer them a modicum of comfort.     *  Dental Topics  WHY  do  people   neglect   their   mouths?  Why do people invest time and money  iri seeking dental care and then ignore  the follow-up home care instructions  which could assure the best oral health���  and also protect a monetary investment?  Oral  neglect���a  type''"*"5f "self-destruction.  How much time do you spend caring  for your- teeth every day? Even a short  10 minutes a day is time well spent���a  good long-term investment which will  later save you money and valuable time  in the dental chair.  With all the preventive aids now  available and dental costs increasing, we  should be making even more use of every  effective device. Since each mouth has  individual characteristics and condition of  teeth and gums, any generalized pattern  of brushing and flossing will not apply  to everyone,  One should consult with his dentist  about the most effective way to use new  techniques in his particular case.  Regular, periodic evaluation .of your  home care and a thorough examination  by your dentist are important in preventing and controlling oral disease problems..        . r    ,���   -   ���.-;��� J-"  Efficient' dnd'"' effective ''self-care" is a  learned skill that needs continuing motivation  and  supervision.  Scientists are constantly searching for  controls to help us all. But until then���  if you don't watch your smile���nobody  will!  Editor The Times,  Sir: On behalf of the Sechelt Peninsula I^od and Gun Club, I would like  to publicly acknowledge the ^'contributions made by certain businesses regarding ihe installation of our new trap facilities. . '���..���'���'  The three contractors which ptragided  labor and/or materials free of cnarge  were: Frank Jorgenson Contracting,  backhoe work; Bill McGivern Contracting, concrete work and Sim Electrical  Contractors who supplied and installed  the required electrical additions.  To these businesses- ..and the many  individuals who contributed the necessary labor and materials to install this  facility, thank you very much as without your efforts our new trap house and  trap would not be a reality.  JOHN S.  THOMAS  Gun Committee Chairman  Welcome aboard  Editor, The Times,  Sir: From time to Jime I have the  pleasure of reading your paper, The  Peninsula Times, which I enjoy very  much. My son-in-l^w, Mr. Hamilton of  Hamilton Lumber Co.,. delivers lumber  to the various parts of the coast. I received a copy of The Times dated Nov.  1, 1972 and I noticed your editorial stat-  ting,   'We   like   letters'.  For your information, I am a constant  writer on public affairs which I have  been doing for very "many* years to pretty  nearly all the papers on the Lower Mainland. I am very well-known. I might  say I have seen many items in your  paper which 1 would have liked to have  answered, but I did not do so as I figured  it would be reserved for your -subscribers.  ���  However, I, ��� do admire your efforts  to encourage people to write and express their opinions. This is a good educational policy and I sincerely hope your  readers will take advantage  of it.  I came to B.C. 63 years ago and I  have  seen  this  province grow  from  the  bush to  its present status; In closing,  I  would say, keep up your good work and  I wish you and your paper  the best of  success.  S.        Burnaby THOMAS FARRINGTON  Thanks from CARE  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Word has been received from the  CARE director in Bangladesh thanking  the many people of British Columbia who  have contributed and are still contributing toward the massive CARE feeding  program of hundreds of thousands of  destitute people in that new nation. The  report said the feeding program is helping these people, many of them children,  sustain a moderate level of nutrition  which would not otherwise 'be possible.  ���^~eJ^i>ing<��>4.-97'2~ GA��RE--ofr~ Canada* 4s.  helping to feed^4,'3Q5;0Q0 ehildfefi^nl 36  countries or areas through pre-school and  school nutrition centres. In the 1972  CARE Food Crusade $5 can help feed  five children for three months and $10  serves  lunch  to 900 school children.  Of all the provinces in Canada, British Columbia has been the leader on a  per' capita basis for dollars given to help  feed   these  destitute  youngsters.   We   at  -CARE wish to thank the people of Brit-    ish Columbia for their gifts and the news-  "~ ' : ik    ��    '    IT"      * papers who have carried the news of the  oy / trine Kingston    pllght of 0U1. neignbm.s ai.0ur.d the world.  HALLOWEEN over with  floor  hbekey  the; ndxt  sport Thank'you all.  WE HAD an enjoyable Halloween sock     to be played.  .���... hop,,. ut���.:,.ur��� -school,.Jor, the, students,, Tr.nniai.MrMT  Many of th'p kids brought ��� cookfe and     *"����WAMb��.i  cakes  for   the   refreshment   end   of   the       .. r>���* J"  ��  "�� cc.ep  foment  for  parly, The Junior grades had parties of     &\ QlTQT y a^?01**,*1  Lanftl0HT on     On Bigotry -  grade-one childron had a costume party cnampion.    ^                               _,._,, l ^^ ]lkQ [g commend         ()n  with three winners chosen. REPORT CARDS last week's editorial on  bigotry  In Ex-  ASSEMBLY                  ' Report  cards   will   ho  given   out  to eter, Ontario,  ,�����,,,������.,(pi10.,.el,^  10.   The   assembly   wan   about lio'mom-    wU1 ,.JU ,'sUu',UnK an7'honour roll' system amples  of "the  worst  kind  of  bigotry"  l.nii..'.! Dav   School  H.is.ui  .m Mm..i..v.      <)n "Ispluy in tho main hall for all tho , I suggest you examine the back files OC  '"'N��)vh:rb& grocles-klndcrgarten through; to* grade, thn  Peninsula' Times  (1900^972).' There'  Successful setninar  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Sunshine Coast Chapter of the  Registered Nurses Association of B.C.  report a very successful seminar on  cardiac resuscitation held Nov. 4 and 5  and would like to thank all communities  on the Sunshine Coast for their generous  support. The success of this venture and  the support received will encourage the  local chapter to sponsor further courses  along these lines for the benefit of both  nursing and paramedical" personnel.  Mrs. CONSTANCE WESTELL, RN  Gibsons  Sechelt Machine Shop  under new ownership  BOB   Forrester   has     purchased   Sechelt  Machine Shop formerly owned and  operaited'" by'���"��� C.  McDermid."  Forrester, and his wife Ruth, have  been in the area since March and up  until last month, they managed the Jolly  Roger Inn at Secret Cove.  Forrester, with many years as a first-  class tradesman, is a fully qualified machinist. Sechelt Machine Shop is his first  venture into his own operation.  "I feel that the general area will be  going ahead rapidly and that more industry will inevitably come to the Peninsula," he said. "We hope that local industries will give some support to our  new venture."  The Forresters plan to make thei'-  permanent home  in  the  vicinity.  Madeira Park Happenings  DOUGLAS  SMITH  Regional Director, CARE of Canada  510 <W. Hastings St7Vatic7 27B.C.  day  this year,  HOUSE  GAMES  The   sooroH   are   hi,111   running   prutly  clone In the house games, House' 1 bus''  27 points, Wouho; II has 20 points,, House  III has  13 points and House IV has 11  points, Tho soccer season  will soon bo"'"]  .      mMI*mnnnn^'u*9<*^949f*t'*9Vll^ ,.,,;.  The Peninsula^^*  Published Wednesdays nt'Secholt  ' on U.C.'n Sunshine Const  - - ��� -" ������ ���by-'--- -'���.;���"��� ���-������������--��� ���"���" i  Powell Rlvor News Town Crier  Dnx'310-Sechelt, 11,0. '      SiiliHci'lptlon. Rules: (lit iulvhneo)  Lociu, $6 por year, Doyond 35 nillcM, $7,  U,S,A,.$?,Ov<JrHciw, $10. ��� i .  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont '���  (Howe Sound to Jervlt Unlet)  seven.  r 7Vnu will,find .oppressions.of...bigotry that  SECHELT AGENCIES PATE PAD  ������,'  ****m*m*mmmmim*mmtmmm*imm*m*immmmmmmmm  i   ��� This free reminder of coming events Is q service of SECHELT AGENCIES,,  ,.n.LTD.���Phonq,Peninsula .Times.direct for.froo .listings,*specifying JJDqxo".  '���" Rad'', j Please note that sppce: Is limited and. some advance aates may1  have to wait tholr turn; also that this Is, a "reminder" listings only and  1 '    ���'"'"���''       cannot always carry full details,  tUMMMWHMMMMMMMHllllllllHWWMMMM^^  Nov,'15���8 p,m��� Bingo,' Sochplt Legion Hall.   ���   ���'  Nov. 16���8 p.m., Bingo, Ponclor Harbour Community Hall,  ,,.���Noy,,l,6���,.1,;3Qji.nv.Jranch,^  ��� .  Nov, 16���7.30p,m,, Film Show on Japan, Welcome Beach Hall,  Nov, 17���11130 o,m, to 2 p,m��� Glbsono Hospital Auxiliary, Aloha  J���. l.��l,.Glb_Qi.s.,UnliGclXh.,irclL  ^wmw^i^<(&Mi��.^��*W!��'  i 'i*1'  S- | -".It     f ,  THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!  '   (Less whon on contract)  7Your, advertising   In ' this.  ... spacp' will roach nearly  , ,2,500 homos (ovor 9,00'Q  people) each wook, 11'a tho  fpost. economical way to  reach moro Sunshine Coast  pooplo bocoMSQ Tlmos ads  no Inlo'inoFEThomoa flian  "���(h^4a10W.t*W^��H'-J*w^��''i__^^'W.S'��^^ imA*4jm&ri&!k!**.e.v��4p*s&>'  any ��� other newspaper pro��  duced In tlils aroa,  *W(N(*WWR "**. ��eS^-����i��it��W'��i  V,,..".  1 ,1 .a      ,    I   *  1      >  -a ,,  003-9654 (Socholt)        B06.7JVM <QI~)��oni)  ���?'���"'    '' "...7. '   ���1-���  THIE TIMES  Nov, 17���8 p.m,, Dingo, Socholt Indian Hall,  ,,.:. Nov,.., 17<���8 p,m��� Paroi.li.,without Partners mooting. Dr,.Gorrliig, ,.,.   .  speaker, Opon araa, Socholt School,.  Nov,"18���2 to/l"p,m,TO,E,Si Bazaar, Roberts Crook Hall, '   ���-  ��� Nov. 18-H 2 noon 1o 5 p;mi, Timber Trails Riding Club rummage sale,  ��� ,'  St., Barth'olom'Qw'B Church Hall, Gibsons, '  Nov, 2Q���2 p.m., QAP. Branch 38, Regular Mooting, Health Contro,  .   Nov, ftlcr' to,;3 Pam,, Rurnmogo apd Bqko Sale. Parents' Au��|l|afy to _,  '   Roborta'Crool. School, St, Akloh's Hall,1 ,,'  "*"WeTHSKa p;mTLTA^BqiitdarandTcKRob��H.<Crook*L'colon"\_Q\\r-~~m*'  Deo, ,3������| p,m., Homomokori* Club Rummage Sale, Rohorvo Hall, .,    ,  .   .  , Dec, 13-���12 noon, Pondor Haibuur Auxiliary IP St,1 MQry'& Hospital  Lu|tthiic.i.i ,      ..,,.,,  ASK FOR OUK FREE QATALOGUB OF REAL ESTATE  I Multiple  Uitlrtfl   Sorvlco  YancoMvar Real Etfatq.'  . Poord,  Insurances  AGENCIES LTD.  7 '   ZEnltl%,2021  ���7:     7    -'      ^  Poefs Corner  ���  AUTUMN  .  ���' bV W. Xlan NichoHon     ;  The summer is rapidly passing and     ���  . the trees await'the Fall. *.'  The splendour of the turning leal obeys  the Autumn  Call.  The seabirds call in  the morning,  the swallows in flight at eve       -\  The Toll of the Summer's over,  but 'tis  not for us to grieve.  While  September morn  is  breaking,  and  the evening light  recedesy  The call of the sea is laying, "Do not fear  the winter's needs"  There is always the warmth of kindness,  ar_d always the glow of cheer.  With  the   beauty  of   the  Summer's  passing,. but there's really nought  to  fear. .  Do you see that autumn warning as.  the leaves all turn in flight,  While  the   keen  breeze   blows  about  them   and   the   light  frost   paints  them white.  Do you see the birds a-flying as they  hurry  fastly  South  to leave behind a wintry land and  the  tang  of the  rolling  surf.  They'll  be  back. again  with  the  Spring  time   when   the   leaf   buds   burst  with Joy  and the oriole is singing in the Valley  of  Femoy.  Have you  seen the great  land yonder  where the fury > of the Sea  breaks  in  from  the wide  Atlantic,  on the-shores of Erin's Lea.  From  Down  to  Limerick  water,  from  Cork   to   Dublin   Ha  You will find a new Spring breaking in  the dear old land O' Shea.  When measuring honey, use cup or  spoon in which shortening has already  been measured.  Page B-4 The Per-nsula Times  Wednesday,   t^oyerebeir 15/  1972  71  ;    -i  GlitSON. PiNTBCOSJAL  Highway and Martin flood  .      ._    Sunday School: 9:45 OymV      \ -  SundayNServices: 11 o.m.; /p.m.  Wednesday:-Bible and Prayer'*':30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���-7;'.$ p.m. .  PASTER: GERRY FOSTER  Phone: 886-7107  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL.-CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davit Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United; Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United   -  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m. a  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  . z 7 (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  it,  '"Ii  ��  3  High temperatures affect flavor of  honey, so baked products shpuld be  cooked at lower temperatures (325-350��).  {     GLAD TIDlNGS TABERNACLE     f  s Sunday 10 a.m.; 11 a.m.; 7 p.m. 1  | Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. ��  I PASTOR NANCY DYKES I  ��       Gower Point Road 886-2660        1  niiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiv  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30' p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  WEEKEND SOCCER RESULTS  DIVISION ?77r.Re<jgryjatliprb Warriors 3;  Ken   Mac   Bombers   1.   Caledonians     4;'  Nomads   1.���DIVISION   6���Chessmen   5;  Douglas   Flyers   0.���DIVISION   5���Ken's  Vikings 4; Pender Harbour Roughriders 0.  vVhi&perina [~^i  i&perina /  ined_ ~  OFFER  YOUR CHOICE FROM A GOOD SELECTION OF  NEW ITEMS WEEKLY  .  . .  BY   RESERVATION   FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY  EVENINGS ONLY  For Your Party Needs  TAKE OUT ORDERS  OF CHINESE FOOD  NOV/ AVAILABLE  6 to 9 p.m., Fri. & Sat.  ������. "���-'      ������  '������   fl ��� ,.��� fl '     ���! V '<Q\>  ������������������������������������������������������������������������WMMMWMWUMWIIMM  REGULAR  MEALS  Served 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.   . ��. aL_3_L_.  For Reservations or Take Out Orders -Ph. 885-9769  !j'|E|eg^nt stemware for festive occasions. ��tayfsm^  Sanely toolkit. Lovely thick towels and ot|er desirablf items. Your qjioice of gift'1'  iswalting*lQry^,T.ati:your^rtlclpatln9rgh'ellfjj  ;.. I1.KV li.t.i'.{t*. Wl_'.^JJlSHHt.lCjl *.|.  (7|7'7i;a  '.lftiT'^!;.i;i:,|  7 (i,iiM  !77 'if'  i   i    n -* v, ���A  ,m$titirt.p.it..l,%li\'.,*!b.'t\'tiw!>iiiiti;.i*v.iit.ittl,'VM\i.t.i.\tifr^^^^  7'' ": |.. \'i'i ii!'"ii : ���/,!',.i il !,i,/'' '7l7: A'..xi ,.-1. 7'��7kMi'._-(i\.xi7^.'f:'iV' ���;lii.;,.11,.!.a.,\-ii,!!,',);i.lll.:,,|.j  7'!.7!.illi,iW,7l7!'-7'  ��� 11 H'..|-' ��| 11 a  yi<y<V''  , i, . i ���  ���  )^'7>i'.  1 ������"���"' '.''ipIT'" "lil't-1 "*' " '   ''^i'ifB  '|'ii      ii    ,  "   i ��� j   ,i| 11, ill  l"ti  t,  M.lll.l'lllVlUl'llitHMOIiaill.'iiaiillip.aahrMi'.'iWa imiiiniyiWidiatMi. 'lilitallli'iHa'hWWMIhlll'l. ttllll'l.illflfl'IU^^^ ' 'll  " IIM VlHIII.   ifhl|HI   I   t I *  t  (Here's how to get your Shell ;Super Gifts;    ���^���-*��������-���������  .f. >  vtmH^k___tKt____1^' M_i wt**t^t|i*i<',''w>|t ___?mi!__i*  ' \_T"__i rati BSSBk' m M  1.MhHeli.mlnjtriM'inan��oNnopiirel��050��C7" SJClaVSiiperOlflCouponsl*tnocost,'"**^' 3;SAvoyourCuMh^n^(i**eU>��hnndy',''"'-'.^������--  ���'"+ *jF  ony Shell Station with thlulon. '       lol(lm)totimlnlni Sii|icrGilttl      ,.',    ,ti    V-CHlOCICI   LtCl*  ^)��^teB't���t",Jtt^*f��W,  NBELS  HANSEN  SECHELT SHELL SERVICE  Sechelt, B.C. - B85-2128  CHARLES MANQELKAU  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  \Gihjjton$t B.C. r 88^257%  fiv 'S^WIft'WWW*"*'**^  f"       *j   *   a. J    -bt      f      *l   j *    4    !h'*��-|'*   ��*t*J (     .|-  ��..   .*-*  {tl   I  ���4 ' '��� <"'.  m^timmmwvmmitl^it  -'1 I  mwmm  _~��*m��~,  III  ii'.'  T.  U*-.    ��  s. \
■   a\
1  7
■«&•■'.■    . V*''      ' ,2
.     '  ■    7' •■ ■    . ,    ■       I'
ftEJ. Enzttar I Sec/ie/f ^!
November Tgfh
2-4 p.m.
^Sechelt unit. . . .
A remarkable combination of
lightweight, durdkle polystyrene
ahd worn-out car tires . . .
The result of ia belief that the
use of our waste products can
and should serve a meaningful
* A float- that meets all marine
* Lightweight aluminum  ramps
also  available.
Garden Bay 883-2671
—by Peggy Connor
MR. A. ID Mrs. Charlie Humm have moved' again, a short hop to tiext. door.
\The np\v .ownp'rs . of their former abode.
7nVp7Anspll"rrnd "Barbara Coeil. From. Alberta' Mrs. Goelh and daughter ..Betty
will settle ih to be followed'* "by Mr.
Goell in the  near future.
Successful hunter.; who have returned"
from  ahno-.t   a  week's   trip   to   I'orL  St.'
James arc Mr. and Mrs.'Ed Messner, Mr.
and  Mrs.  Aubrey  Hudson,  Carl  Hudson
and Charlie Lil.lio. Two bull moose were,
bagged for a  good winter's eating.
Mr; and Mrs. Willie Hoefsloot have
reti/rned home after a trip to Willie's
homeland, Holland, >The Hague is his
,bitti;_j-]ace. Three and a half, weeks to
fly over and visit telatiohs all over Holland. Such a well organized 'country/ delightful to see, but nice to be home'
again,   in  Sechelt,  they  report.
The scouts taking part in the hikathon
in North Vancouver, fromx Sechelt 1st
Troop, were all successful in completing
their eight miles. The troop arrived -,
drenched to the skin at Mrs. Ivan Smith's'
sister, Mrs. Edmonds, in North Vancouver, who kindly put the boys' clothes in
her dryer so they would be more comfortable on  the trip home.
District cfl'airman Ivan Smith on behalf of the scouts wished to thank all
sponsors who pledged money on each
of lhe boys, and their leaders.
Parents without Partners will meet
Priday, No;v. 17 at H p.m. at thP Sechelt
school open area. Dr. Gerring wiLl be
giu/st speaker' with a di-sc-tission following.  Refreshments  will  he  served.
Three new members indudted
The Peninsula Times a Page B-5
Wednesday,   November   15,   1972
^    7 "7    . V7.   \\
■_\"\_'        ■ "■'■'■■ *>■
Port Mellon auxiliary
at ThoBpitpl auxiliary meet       pians Chrislmas iea
O Ti       T _«        »-_.._-*_Nt,l___.v* + _T-_trnrllirfr1 'iMmullnn     tK'.n      nnKHn     l_,v__-»V_*__i-_*-_ *■■
MRS.  Fayo Lewis, president,  introduced     ..Mending this public Juncheon.
three new members at the -November a report on the, recent BCHA conven-
meeting of Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's     t.ioi.   was  given  by  Mrs.  Ina  Grafe,  Se-
4Hospital They  were,  Mrs.  Lena  Rebeii.y t|.clt7 delegare. The new regional repje-
VS.V .-;?. ■_ <wi, 4ft-j^W
,   m §"fiTp
9     885-9654
Mrs. LcnoreSchuett and Mrs. Betty Shav/.
Mr:;. -Ina Grafp, vice 'president, read
the auxiliary   prayer. 7
Chairman for  the bridge tournament, ,
Mrs.   Maxine   McNeil,   turned   over ,$2(1
and   asked' members  .to   £>lay   as   many
games as possible.
Mrs. Mary Redman reported for the
sunshine committee.
The thrift shop is in need of more
wotirefs who can work as spares for
Satutda. 7. rale dav. Phone Mrs." Leola
Hill. 8ft.r>-211?.    .  ...,   , -'	
Volunteer chairman, Mrs. .Chris Ward,
needs a couple of more volunteers for
the gift shop. Orders given to members
for items in short supply in the gift
Tshop, shouldv be phoned to Mrs. Lillian
Thomas,  886-7189.
Director of volunteers, Mrs. Peggy
Connor, also asked for volunteers to work
iri a valet service for the extended care
patients. Mrs. Betty Monk will be in
charge  of   this  department.
Auxiliaries have purchased two new
remote-control TV's for the hospital, according to Mrs. Lewis of the coordinating council.
Gibsons Auxiliary is having an aloha
luitfV: Friday Nov. 17, 11'a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the G'iiisons Unitod Clnuvl. Hall. Quite
a few Sechelt  members., are planning on
'".' nt*tivc. .j, Mrs. Bev. Sackville, New
V-,'-\ ti.!in:.tcr. _.x_. Grate presented a
curnprc.hen;-.ive report and obviously she
not only enjoyed the convention, she
lu; conic, litune with much learning of
auxiliary work and if possible, more en-,
Correspondence revealed Leslie Cryderman, Sechelt bursary recipient, has
decided nursing is not what she wanted
to do and wisely she has left this course
'to follow another. She thanked thp auxiliary for the bursary, which she has refunded. .     •■ 7
Another bursary recipient," Brenda
Weinhandl, is now nursing at St. Mary's
Hospital, so one of the chickens has come
home to roost.
Mrs. Margaret Humm reported all is
going well for the Nov. 1.8 international
smorgasbord. If any members find' they
will not be using their tickets, they are
asked to let Mrs. Eve Moscrip know as
she has a waiting list. ■
The December meeting date will be
••hanged from the second Thursday to Friday, Dec. 1. This will be a luncheon
meeting starting at 11 a.m. at St. Hilda's
Church  Hall,   Sechelt.
Tea ladies for past meeting were Mrs.
Billie Steele, Mrs. Maureen Hall and Mrs.
.h-ssie   L.iudstrom.
A CHRISTMAS tea will bexheld Dec. 5,
2 to 4 p.m. in the Port Mellon Health
Centre. 4.
Sponsored' by the Port Mellon Auxiliary to St. Mary's. Hospital, the tea will
feature h o m e cooking, ■ novelties, yule
logs, white" elephant table aiid a door
prize. Raffle, tickets will be available
from auxiliary members it was reported
at Nov. 8 meeting of the auxiliary. Admission to the tea will be 50 cents. The
■meeting was held at the home of'Ingey.
Auxiliary president Doreen Dockar
conducted the meeting and minute?, were
read by secretary Florence Harris.
"-* A past president's pin was presented
to Margaret Gill who has been with the
auxiliary for six years and served two
years as president.
Mrs. Dockar reported on the B.C. Hos-.
pital conference held in Vancouver, Oct.
Members of the auxiliary expressed
their thanks to young volunteers who
helped at the hospital1 during the summer months. .Heather White of Granthams accumulated the most working
hours for young volunteers on the Peninsula,  it  was   reported.
■.:■' :._!K.
(Please make a note of this        |
new number) Jl
THE T|/W|S    i
(Everybody Cdlb The tidies!)      |
IF* YOU   cannot   come  to  Sechelt,   Miss
Bee will  gladly  make up your selec-
linnTof cards and gifts and deliver them
to   von.   885-906(1.
* Put your message into more
than 2,500 homes (10.000)
readers in these economical
spots. Your ad is always there
for quick reference	
Sunshine Coast Business Directory
* Here's an economical way to
reach 2,500 homes (10,000
readers) every week. Your ad
waits patiently for ready reference  anytime!    '
W,. Philip Gordon
Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567
Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.
Classes in Resin Daily, Tues through Saturday
Gandles>-Maerame, Beads, Arts ond Crafts
Cowrie Street — Sechelt — 885-9817
Telephone 886-2069
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products
Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.
^ P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.
Atlas Parts and Tires
Phone 885-2812
Free .Estimates - Fast Service
Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.
Phone 884-5315
 "'" B6pt2l66~. Pair*"Melloii7B.C7~	
Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288
Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before
7loi_ & .rhstaMip*. 7i O .
R. BIRK.IN —'Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.
' Phone 886-2551
Sechelt  Branch — Phone 885-2201
Gibsons  Branch -^ Phone 886-2201
Pender  Branch  — Phone 883-2711
Box 153, Madeira Park
Sechelt: Tues.-Theirs. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Fri,10a.m.-6p.m.'Sat. 10a.rh.-3 p.m,
Gibsons & Pender:    Mon.-Thurs.  10
a.m. - 3 p.m.; Fri. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
now back in Sechelt area.
Located across from Selma Park Store.
Phone 885-2688 ,
. ft)ni_*SiW_ pV«"i*fi'--* ***'
fill, Cement-Gravel,. Drain Rock, etc,
Box 89, Madeira Park
Phone 883-2274
Drywall and Textured ceilings
-„i1.„*»(«-»._-*»«„(,a»i.i*. F r e © « Est ~j n) a te «<«.»«.*«.*».<«»..**.*».•
Phone 886-7643
Suppliers and applicators of
Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick
Phone for free estimate
-Bob or Dick 884-5315
Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973
Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.
When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.
Containers Available.
Residential -rlndustrial ond Marine Wiring
...    •   •   " ae^ricH^^Lin^rk;;;',^5'
' .'.lu'.iiiitJi ..... J       ■'_-,»■_;■ 'iiL-jt-rn    """      '
Phone 886-7244
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
Box T64,„S
Nothing Down —- 10 Years To Pay
Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche — 883-2401
R.R. No.  1, Madeir
Phone 88J-2749
Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220
P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.
Phone 885-2107_
Pender HarbpHi- 883-2403    y
Bfliemcnts - Prlyo-V/«y» - Septic Tank*
Stumps» Pitch Lines
■•;■""■> Call For A Free Estimate Any T"1'110
TED DONLEY        P<?ndor Harbour 883-2734
for Expert Blasting
Sand — Gravel and Fill
Light Clearing ..and..Excavating
Phone 886-7109 after 5 p.m.
1 Sand ancl Gravol -' Backl .oos '
Ditching - Excavations
(now Hall S'iaot Mola| Building)    ,
885-9666/ Box 172; Secheft, B.C.
Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emorton
... If No Answer Uavo Message at
R.R. I, Sochelt, P.C.
PHONE 885-9550
, Cledrlnja'—Etcavotlomi^RoQd^Bulldlno
Grading . Fill - Road GraVol - Crushed Rpck
Phono; Sechelt 885-9550
Pender hjarbour
Residential - Industrial - Commercial     ""•'
All work guaranteed - Free estimates
..      Joe McCann, Box,157, Madeira.Park...,..„
Plione> 88>9913
Residential - Commercial-Industrial
,  Gov't Certifiecj Electricians
Phone Day or Eye; 885-2062
>      .      i —: y	
— General Contractor -—
Residential Wiring and Plumbing
883-2426,  Box 55, Madeira  Park
FUEL  ' -  ■ :        m~~*m,
for all your
Phono 883-2663
■              i '
Madeira Park, B.C.	
»i~LM.inki~~~ii~")~k"M! n*p.
Comploto Instructions Provldod
,   ..,   086-9951
"Loyq Is a Homo by Skannor!
RR No, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.
W, Rousseau —• Phono 883-2302
—-,■— "Y/e-alm "to please" —r—
■   No down naymopt - Bank Intorost
Ton years to pay
For froo e»tlmoto»—Call 501.6136 collect,
Comploto lino of appliances „VI,
Land Clearing - Road Building '
Troo Topping - Selective Logging'
Tolophono 883-2417
R.R. 1* Madeira Park, B.C.
a a
Your On« Stop Pulld'ofl Stow,
For All Your Building Need*
l653Soqylflvy - P\\om 886*2642
p,V. Services Ltd.
Direct oil cnqwlrlc* to;  '•
Dl»p«lch«r*t A85.9030. evW..0^-7.37S
Offic* Hour* L\.3Q'a.n..,tQAl3Q.Ptm
. In the Bal Block
.   ... Next to the Co-op Storo
Gibfona 886-2322
Freo Eitlmato*
Placing an4 RntaMng.
Ploors - Patios - Stairs
Walks - DrlYoways        ,
Phono 005-9413 |
"     Dlanno AJIen, Proprietor
Export Hair Styling      ,   •»
CowrTTSt., Phone
Socholt; vxr~~~" 885:2818'
VVelcome to The. Floorshine Coast
Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing
Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning
Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.
—— : : /       '    ■
  ;       ■•■»■■■ - Speciallzlngrin: ••':     	
Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,
Rug Cleaning, All types of Building
'r^'Molnttnanccr Floor* Installation,
Window Cleaning, '
PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.
 7,. ....4., B«K'6)4i-S«chelt;B.C7'      •
Machine shop
At the Sign of the Chevron
Machine Shop;^ Arc and Acty Woldlng   "
Steel Fabricating —Marine Woys
Automotive and Marine Repairs
Stqnd0"' Marino Stqtion
Phpn« 8867721        R««. BB6-9956, 886.9320
I      !■»■—■■-■- ■»■"■ !■■■"   IT .I.H-—— ■!■■■■■   ■■—■—!   I   <
,   Your Chrysler Dealer for Sales and Sorvlco   ,
Parking and Moorarjo, Available
Colin and Evelyn McKlnnon 7
*, Jlrp and Iris Millar'
,,,.:.;,,, ..-4.. .4,,,885-2100a, , - <■«.».	
Bottom Ropqlrs,
Box 7 - Garden Bay, P.C,
Housohold Moving, Packing, Storago'
:, '  '       Packing Motorlals For Sa|q
Member of Allied Van Linen,
ii Cona<lo'a Mo, I Moyoru
Phono 886-2664, RR 1/Gibsons, B.C.
1 f
^^^^     _____ *	
r"""»+" >wmi^im 1        1   ui"1  ■   ■ ' ■■■■— ■■'■.
-MAC|C'STNURSERY-~ Robort«-Crook~
Lflndjcapliig - Shrub* - Fruit Tre«a - Fertilizer
■ Berry Plant* - Bedding Planti - Peat Mnm
Fully Llconwd Pesticide Spraying for
Landscaping and Trees
All Makes - All Work Guaranteed
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting
Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging
Phone 886-7017 01 886-2848
Repairs - Alterations - New Installartefsii
Govt. Certified Plumber   —   24 Hour Service
Phone 885-9014
Sale$ and Service — 886-9533
Everything for the Do-'t-Yourse|fer
''•■; 77, .'C6htrdct''&J''Rehovdtidhs'17'''':'''''	
Len Codies 886-7685
Ray Coates 886-9533 - 886-7872
RENTALS ' : " '""^
A, C. RentqU
Tools and Equipment
Sales and Service To All Makes
Sechelt  Lumber  Building
Wharf St., Box 607
Sechelt,  B.C.
Office 885-2625        Home 885-9581
B.C* Land Surveyors
Marine Building - Porpoise Ba>
Sechelt, B.C.
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
.-X'M.   'lio'ini  <vi \v'>">i:\n 'Xi lu
.v.l .   •
Sunshine Coast Highway
Bex 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886*2700
AJI Brands Available
/ylondoy tp Saturday 8.30 a.m. fo 5:30 p.fn.
'   Friday everilng by dpf»intrne/nt only.
'1,""',,,Scows"'"":;^"!Logsr '" -"-""'•'"■■
Heayy Equlpmpnt Moving A Log Towing
:- -- -7,,7.7,:,>,iJ».|iiJGGS ■' -.,.,.,,,.,
Phone 885-9425
Sunshine Coast Highway and
Francis Porjlnsuja poad
Madeira Park Phone 883-2585
,  , ot Davis Bay
"Wo Rent or Sell Almost Everything"
Typewriters - Lighting Plants, Televisions
Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes
,   _      , 7' Mechanic's Tools ,   .
,     PflONE 88'5-2848 — 24 HO^IR SERVICE
AFTER HOURS 885-2151,7'
M<4« "^(Kiifti* l'l» '***. JiWVwftrii'IrajiTn
.......y.,,,.!.... ■.„,.,:,,wpullyM Insured ,.,■»,„■..■.■„„,,■.,■„- ;,.-,-
R ETTA I |«7y 8TQR E.S:
-""' ■-" ■■",siBCHElT,'"I.C,-rt-'-Mf*	
Phone B85-9713
Greater Vancouver
-   ."V", . -.. :,..   I,'..1.
Secholt Peninsula
T.V.  and RADIO
Your Business Cord      ,'
In this space will
reach nearly 10,000 people!
„ Low. cost, • Hlflh powar
Pol Block - Glbsom
11.   Evpry Wednesday     '
Ladles', qnd Children's Wear
Open slH days <• wook
„„_..:.„1. __. Phone.; 88S-2063__Ii_„
Cowrie Stroot, Socihplt   . .
>"— ■■ ■'■■■ ■»■■■■■ 11 ■ <»  w. iBfi  m ■■.■■■iimihhi—1 n
Pondor Harbour - 803-2513^
Electrical  - .Plumbing  -  Appllancos
TVs - Furniture and Carpets
P.O. Box 158 Madeira Pork, Hwy 101
ot Francis Peninsula
*Q0ouf * vow r~i,,www****'rtwMw"'w^
Phono 886-2923 -  '
,,   Gower Point Road
Soles and Service
Authorized Doalor and Ropalr Pepot'fpr
»,,  QUASAR, (Motorola) & PHILCO,
Cowrlo  Street,  Sechelt  -—  Phone   885-31171
admiral —^'electro
Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson
In The Heart Of Downtown Sechelt
Bw;799, JSecli'qlf       ;j    ,    885-9816
RouphoUtbrlnti « ftostyllnp A" Comploto Prsiprm
Servlct - Samples shown In tho homo   '
1 1 l      '      1      "
Phono 886-2050
».■■— 1 ■ ■■ ■ j w<fMw>». — m mm* ■ ■»■!■» 1 mn
,      TO4 REACH'      *
10,p00 PEOPLE  ,
■^••■•^■■•■^WpwtitliWWWi^awii. * i»iWi^i'w.iH^
see THE r/MES
■•.'!..  ■- 4
"mr"    \"\
jrtM,^****'!***!**^ -V  -\.  \.  7.  \  Safe Motoring  Around The Harbour  HI! I hope .everyone had a good week,  I know I did. The countryside i.s so  beautiful at this time of year. The air  is so fresh and the colors are lovely.  It's wonderful to drift through the woods  and fields. Why not take a walk soon  and enjoy the .natural beauty around  us?  With darkness now selling in before  supper. Ihe little ones are inside much  earlier. The greatest way to pass the  time is with a book. Your local library,  in Madeira Park, has.a fantastic selection  of books for all ages. Even for the young  ones who don't read, the pictures are  glorious! Anyone may visit the library  Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30 to  3:30: Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12  noon, and Saturdays 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.  LIONS INSTALLATION  Pender Harbor Lions and their ladies  gathered-at the Legion Hall Nov. 3 for a  dinner to witness the ceremony for the  installation of the directing officers for  the   Pender  Harbor   Lions   Club.  Zone Chairman, Rod Ruttle of Lions  International, and Mrs. Aino Ruttle, were  guests of honor, and assisted in the evening's proceedings by installing: Gaylord Merkel, president of the Pender  Harbor Lions. The vice president elects,  Nick Gerrick and Bill Keime, were installed as President Gaylord's assistants.  Vict; president, Lloyd Davis, was unable  to attend.  Sccrclary, Hay Kraft, treasurer, Fred  Crosby, ami Lion tamer, John Haddock,'  pledged to continue in their respective  positions ancl were installed by zone  chairman, Bill Heady, of Va.icouvcr-  Burrard   Lions  Club.  The directors for the year and those  elected for a two-year term are: Peter  Benjafield, Harold Clay and Al de St.  Remy, were given their duties and installed by past /.one chairman Joe Benner of the Sunshine Coast Lions Club  in a very impressive manner. Director  Eric Antilla will be installed al. a later  date. Guests for the event included Bob  Scales, president of the Sunshine Coast  ��� Lions Glub,  and  Mrs,  Scales,  A social evening und dancing followed  the ceremonies, The live music was pro-  ' viclctl "���by. local  talohts 'Uie-'Mixul 'Lake  Siring  Band.  A   reminder     of     the   roller-skating  ������'times.Tuesrlays"T_rnm 7' p.tvv,  to' 10 *p.nt.  is adults',  I.i yours nnd u|., night, SUuto  rental Is .'���"> cents an hour. Sunday after- ���  noons haw been divided into I wo .session;..'  From   I.   p.m.   lo  2   p.m.   is   (or  children  ���up-io*n-ytuirs^idnnnrTr,nnT"2T3o*i,ir3'::i"o*  is  for   II)  to   12  yunr  olds,  Skate   rental  .for ....ll.iu.su. ...uKMlon;...,..I.s ...lid, euuLs  un; Uoiuy,  SATURDAY FI^MS  Tho   Community   Club   is   presenting  movies every other Siituidny  night,  The   noxl   film,   "H....I. 'llusli   Sweet  CluirloUu",   will   bu' hlmwn  Nov,   III,  ut ���  11   p.m.  ArimilsHioi.:  $l.��r>  for  wluliN,   71":  eoiitH'Toi1 HtiulonlH, tind'i-ro-Mchbolor..' no  charge,  Molhoi'h, please miiko sure |lio snuillor  "rhlldron' ,aru tie.iotTfpln.Uitl by if 'luspui..  islbk.' person. At tho lnm rilin showing,  only three moll.oi'H nllondocl with tholr  children, Unlurfunntoly, tho Inpl; of sup-  orvislon roHiihed. hi dlHtrtuUlcfns (hrouRli-  oul tho movie. PIoiino holp ninko tho  evening  enjoyable  I'or nil,   ..SleoLlugM Jin vu.now ruplauud lho saw-'  hornu logo on lho Conununlly lUill Uil.luii,  Anyone wisliing lho sow-horses muy \n\v.  l!AiiiL.Uiytu7li(iuui.ilulhu-,Cuiumunllv��6lub-  J'or $l,li() ii  piilr.  ,   Molhurs til' tho, (I'unilnr llurbor)Ser-  iMullplly Nursery Hithuol wlll hold n l.u|.o  ��� by Diane Phillips, 883-9978  sale   at   bingo,   Thursday,   Nov.   16  at   8^  p.m.   Come  and   get   in on   the   goodies/  All proceeds will go towards supplies for  the   school.  SMORGASBORD  The seventh annual fislicrmans" homecoming smorgasbord will be held in the  Community Hall Friday, Nov. 24. Tickets  are selling very quickly. Don't be disappointed,  get   your   ticket   now.  Pender Harbour High School badminton courts have been reserved Monday  nights for all adults who wish to play.  Courts open at 8 p.m. The mdre people  who turn out, the more fun it will be for  everyone.  CHILDREN'S   PARTY  Sunday Dec. 17, is Pender Harbor's  annual children's Christmas party. All  children to 10 years old are, invited. The  party is to be held in the Community  Hall between 2 p.m. ancl 4 p.m. Sanfa  Claus is said to be making an early appearance in the harbor especially for the  party. ,~ ��� .-  Cans have oeen placed in most of the  local businesses and any donations towards the party will be greatly appreciated by all the. youngsters in the area.  Here are the bowling scores for last  Wednesday night: Men's high single: John  Cameron 283. Ladies' high single: Jean  Donley 253. Men's high three: John  Cameron 755. Ladies' high Three: Jean  Donley 651. The "Bojanglers".' had the  highest points of the possible 24 with  22 points.  The   "Hit   and   Miss"   team   had   the  overall   high  score of  1,191   points.  VOLUNTEER  When people complain that there is  nothing to do, they're not very tuned into  their community. Pender Harbor offers  many types of entertainment. Perhaps  you may not feel up to putting on the  old skates and scooting around the room  but you can always go down to help  supervise, So, choose the activity of your  choice and get oul and participate or just  help gel the show on the road, Be a  VOLUNTEER!  FRONT END LOADER pictured >~  above was purchased recently by.  sechelt Indian Band for use in various construction projects, including  the new band subdivision at Porpoise  Bay. Standing in-front of the unit are  (1 to r): Chief Henry Paull, Clarence Joe Jr., Anna Cuylits, social  worker for the band, William Joe,  operator of the loader and Gilbert  Joe, Housing Authority administrator.  Postal Notes  HOW   would   you. like   to   buy   75   used  lighters?  Or  96   used    watches? Twenty^our,.  pieces of chalk for pool cues? Assorted  spark plugs? An Income Tax Act book?  A barber set? Snowshoes? Or even  Christmas  decorations?  These were some of the items in the  more   than   1,000   parcels   that   were   sold  at last year's annual Canada Post Office -  Auction in Regina, Sask.  One of last year's parcels contained 34  articles of men's cosmetics^���after shave  lotion, cologne, deodorant and soap. An-.  other one had 60 antique English door  pulls and a- third included two pairs of  snowmobile   boots���sizes   9   and   10.  This is how the post office disposes of .  parcels and items which it cannot deliver.  ���sometimes   because   the  address   is   incorrect   or  incomplete,   and   there   is   no  return address. More often it is because!,  lhe.,pa.-cels.ar,e k)adl,y,.,wrapped and Uem��__  break loose iu the mail, stre-jni.   ,. '7  IN MONTREAL ^  This year 1,152 uclaimed parcels were  auctioned off on Nov. 8 in Montreal.  These parcels, ranging from adult and  children's clothing to toys and tools were  gathered at the Undeliverable Mail Office in  Otlawa.  The loose or lost items were assembled into various categories, and are  then listed an stored prior to shipment  to the site of the auction,  DRIVING   during   the ��� whiter ������   requires  -���.}��-<.-uil skills, says the B.C. Automo-  bi-l�� A -ochation. - ,       v \  One reason is obvious���road condition can "hi* rhore hazardous because of  ice "i   snow.  There's 'ahojftibr reason,' too, one that  drivers don't often think about���-the days  are shorter and more time is spent driv--  ing   in   darkness.    .   \  In an average year, over 50 per cent  of the highway fatalities in Canada aqd  the U.S. occur at night. The death-rate  per 100 million vehicle miles, is more  than 2'_ times greater during the night  than  in .dayli-ght hours.  Obviously then, night driving requires  certain adjustments in driving patterns  ���and extra attention, especially for vacationers who may be travelling in unfamiliar areas. BCAA offers these tips  for safe night driving:  \ -The first rule of driving at night  is to slow down. The decreased visibility  at night requires shorter stopping distances, and this means lower speeds. You  should be able to stop within the distance visible in your headlights. On hiljs  _and curves this means you will have to  go even slower. since the lights may  shine into space, reducing the distance,  you can see on the roadway.  ���Your car's lights should be in perfect condition. Me sure the battery is  fully charged. The output of your headlights will be greatly reduced if it isn't.  Headlights . should be. aimed to reveal  objects at least 350 feet ahead. Clean  the headlight lenses regularly, and particularly after rair, sleet or snow. Dirty  lenses reduce light output.  ���Keep your windows free of fog.  Make sure the defroster is working properly.   Lowering   the   windows   slightly  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  \ Wednesday,   November   15,   1972  sible condition to drive at night", avoM  long stretches of fatigue-inducing driving. Keep afresh air: in the .car. Avoid  liRi.W-jg matches or using lights in the  ^r--these"Wilf "TtfrriinTsT. night vision."  Keep the dome light off when. driving  and dim. instrument" panel lights.  ���When going from a brightly  lighted  building   to   your   car,   give   your   eyes  ytime to. adapt  to  the  dim  light.  ���On open highways, look-as far ahead  as the car's lights allow. Avoid locking  immediately in front of the car, and avoid  looking directly at approaching head-'  lights or into your rear view mirror  when a car approaches, from the rear.  ���Use low beams when* within 500 feet  of an approaching car or within 300 feet  of the car ahead. Always use low beams  in fog. When overtaking, >flash your  headlights to warn the driver ahead of  your plans.  ���Slow down after meeting bright  lights���it takes time for your eyes to  re-adjust  to the darkness.  As, a final reminder, BCAA says to  be sure your own vision is up to par.  Poor vision during the day is even poorer at night. Wear glasses if you need  them, but never wear sunglasses at night  while  driving.  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  _ _ ^_  ��5 SECHELT      V  ^   HOMEMAKERS CLUB  (rummage  I   SALE  | SUNDAY, DEC. 3  H Reserve Hall  ^ 1  p.m.  I  \  will help clear the frost.  -Carry a flashlight, flares or reflectors to warn approaching motorists in  case   of   j   breakdown.  ���If it becomes necessary to slop in  an emergency, pull onto the shoulder of  the road as far as possible and use the  car's four-way flashers or parking lights.  Leaving, on the dome light when stopped  also will help increase your visibility.  Flares placed some distance behind your  car provide the greatest protection.  ....,���To   keep .yourself., in,__the.,.best  DON'T MESS IT UP  *^y*M>il*i'>***WWM��*WWWWiW<WWWMM^  Custom  Ornamental Ironwork  Railings installed from  $6.00 per ft. up.  Erwin Kieselbach  Shell Service  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-9311  pos-  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  New Adventures of Elsa's Cubs  LIVING FREE  (GENERAL)  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday  November 15th to 18th  MATINEE: Saturday, Nov. 18, 2 p.m.  ��THE SEVEN MINUTES  "^ "��� ��� (RESTRICTED)  yearning: Some |v|udity&toorse Language  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday  r November 19th to 21st  liiiiiimMiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig  Chain Saw Centre Ltd.  j  save $i9^m*mmmm  HOMELITE XL 1  16" attachments with handy carrying case  $139.98  Homelite XL 12  20" attachments  with carrying case  $189.95  Homelite XL 130  20" attachments  $219.95  ���          7       ' -Si  Homelite XL 922  28'*'attachments  Complete Line of  Homelite Parts  Phone 885-9626  IT'S A RIP-OFF  COME AND RIP US OFF  HOMELITE XL-1  Material  100% Arnel Loop Knit, asst.  -strips aria'pldin^ciolorsrAB''-  .,v.ido. Rog. 2.98 yd. <&    .0909  Rip-off Special   yd. JLo �� jf  Double Knit Jersey  Pattern qnd  plain. 60" wide  Reg; 5.98 yd. a  __\&  Rip-off Special   yd. &��q2p.3>  Ozite���Runner.  27" widq; Green, gold & Mmo.  Rog. 1.59 yd. ,fl'".'AA'  Rip-off Special  yd. JLelP���  7  doz.  Coke Glasses  Rip-off Special.  ���$ffC  do*   Electric Can Opener  and  Knife ��s| git  AA  SharpenerrOnly JLtfaOS  Ico Bucket  Wood grained, an   **&   A A  ideal gift for only   ^ojyjF  Mixing Bowl Set  Meadow  green,  3   piece  set.  Rip-off ���  prico .,   4K,^S4^t,MlM,.J._4 4jy.T.   ,*��1|.JU  ,   Pi.^(twi^4^44i.44ftt.l,'4.tf.  Regular $159.00  5o44  87'  Asst.   Oven Bakeware  Now rod color  Rip-off Special  DISCOUNT    25%  Jimior^Leaguey:Hockey2  with double action control.  Ages 4 yrs. and up flj ff%��*  A great buy at       3o���il&  ti.   I^wib���^ .    tt&.xvA>.  Ice Skates  made in panada  Sixes 6-11, Spoc���  Up to  \  11.8S  Tree  ' ���'"' "77!  W__ <     I        a< ., .     i 'I'i '1*1 '      I  6' Scotch Pino  Christniiis  Special  Rip-off Deal  PLUS a 15 lite indoor troo sot  REE  13.66   -,��� .''IV,. ".v,(f  r^i.' ."4.4 laf s ,ut..|4,stt  |f4^H<t-Mrt<aWM��*^**)ai*Ha-4*l��a��ai*^1  I    .        a .    4,.l|,ll iTilfiftW  ,   '     1   ihIi.LmMjWi  * fJ^'.    1'k,il,it'1 *J I l,*U     ,b '    *  aaW"     4,   ,,  �� ^^,ltft,'l4l.  '^��i<tl^t'tt'^ltfllX"fn'\i ih^if r��,\m fUt.ly S^ntjMj^lh  SPECIAL  on Front Quarters  FREEZER BEEF  i a i  V^GLYNN TMCY\ '  CSardon Hay Store ��-* 883:2253  "Flno Moats"for Fino^pooplo"  Cup muf Saucers  Quean Anno Done China.  *!���*...,./: > 999 \mQ  She 6 . 7  The Great Monopoly  Game jk  *&m  Special ..:....;;:::..���  &|Q(i /  Probe  by Parkers. 7J|   ��O  Rip-off Special���* 4tClS"  .a    i   nf'"    .,     ,        .'.   ,        W       ,1      4,1      ,    II  Gamo Chest  56 different games inside.  A really groat'  "*" f   ,   .��M<^��M<ti*i.ii 4. mil*  Hydro, Jacket  Quilted lining, Sold last yoar  at-$14,95fr^*rr.���^~gj jp-  Rip-offrprlco i...;:.. SoftQ  <L  COMPLETE WITH 16" BAR AND CHAIN  P.UVFREE  i 4lS_   ail. 1      ,.    1 >l,'l  IM.     1.4     ill > .   (I,,.,  t  |.,.l    ,    .    ,.    ,>,  , HOMELITE CARRY CASE  I ���W'#��^#^.^rtllW-��f*^**!it ��l����l��%i*9W*��(l)l _W_ *|l,****1i'  2 nil  ���v n  Handyscarrycaso  hoops your saw^clooh  ao,w chain froo (rom picks ,  aiid abuao. Now Spdplnl Foil,  otter lots you gain this Carry    '  ���vaso tree with yblif |!. urohaso o(   '  ^Offoro��plroi Decombor 21,1972)  Ka*(IMSlflf��i**��*Sr��Wlt��(W#4f(^  7\nolli^:qtfif��lll^"d^n  *Tfl  tYOUR  SOlltaOQlJlfll-DEALER'  qmpbelicV   L/anelu xzLld*  1 7, f,    ���'.... ���   :   ,   . \0'r      ,7 , ,  TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SECHELT      . PHONE 885-2335  WlllilWIUIIIUWMtlWWJUJIMK  jjo-dia v S/Xi  yj my <r*Ti T wy T' T  DJ^V^nJliJLii  <*fm&*>  miftmfmfm(mm*i(m  'yt^wiWBiyiW  HAIN SAW CENTRE  Socholt  LIIVIITEP  885-9626  ���t^  7 w,'..',  (    j    i\    f\t    * rfi   *  \*  * * *   f'��!  . (|  '")* ui �����' *V  , ^   .   ��   (


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items