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 o  \, -  \   *  -s^\  V-  \  f  \\  \\  Late payers are out , . .   . *__*--__ : ^       _  Chamber apprb^es 2-mqjith  delinquency payment time  v  \  \  >  ENINSULA  SECHELT and District Chamber, of Coi^  merce members \whO are two months  delinquent in paying theit. dues will  Be  stricken ^om the rolls;    '  The general meeting of the chamber  buildh-g   which   is   situated   across   the  street from the Wakefield Inn.  Lqu   Baldwin   said   that   because   he  ^missed the last general meeting he was  unable     to   congratulate     Mrs.   Dorothy  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Melfbn, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  :Wilson Greek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay,-Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, lrvine's~Lan'dlrfg, fart Cpve7_Egffi0n. *"  y^  2\  -i.��W��i^pg|  *4��7  2nd Class Mall  Registration 1^7114*2  M  V  '   Union   ^*��   Label  This Issue 12 Pages 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 9, No. 49 ��� WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 1,1972  passed the motion Wednesday after some     Chadwick who tended .the tourist booth  debate in which some members pushed  for a three-month delinquency period.  Chamber treasurer Bob Scales :_. said  that v currently the'chamber must rely  on direct jnail in order to tell -members  that ��� dues are payable. He said that  postage costs are rising. All dues will  b$ payable at the end of February of\  each year, the chamber members decided:  The chamber's fiscal year ends December  31, 7.  The chamber's annual banqUet turned  ?a profit of about $400, banquet committee chairwoman ��� Pat Murphy reported.  Scales added that although one bill has  .. yet to be submitted for banquet costs, the  profit should be about $400.   .  A larger trailer to serve as- -a tourist  booth will be purchased, it was decided  at the meeting. .  John Thomas reported that the Chamber has an opportunity...to purchase a  32-foot trailer for about-$225 and ' that  the older, smaller trailer could be sold  for about $300:.;  Adelle deLange spoke against using  a trailer as a tourist booth. Reasons  cited included difficulties in moving  around in cramped quarters, racks with  brochures are not convenient, no waiting  room for tourists. She suggested that the  chamber again rent quarters in the bus  depot.  ^President Morgan Thompson said that  rental in the depot is too high at about  $350 for a three-month period.  He  said   that   the   new   trailer   is   32*  feet long compared to 10 feet for the old  one   which would  remove   some   of   the  obstacles   mentioned.  A site is being sought for the trailer  because it was uncertain whether the  larger, trailer could be accommodated at  the hospital location.' Scales said that he  has had" talks with;" membersrof the SF  chelt band council for property and also  that property might be available at  Hackett   Park   along   vfith. the .old   log  ���   - 1  **  * * I  ���  -1  -. *  r  Il ���  MAN SOUGHT  Ken Curtis, of Vancouver, and believed to be in the Pender Harbor area,  is asked to call any office of the RCMP  in regards to a family' matter.  RESULTS N^XT WEEK  ' Yes, The" Times knows there was'~an  election Monday, but' due tb deadlines  being Sunday,, results of the balloting  were unavailable.  Next Wednesday," The Times will  carry a poll-by-poll breakdown of how  the voting went throughout the Sun--  shine Coast. :  FISHERIES LECTURE SET  A slide' presentation and lecture on  fisheries will be held Nov.-9, 7:30 at  Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt. Thje program" willbe presented by' a biologist.'  The public is welcome.  COURfS'lOF'REVISION SIT  Courts of revision will sit in Sechelt  ,,and .Gibsons mun  regional district office at Davis Bay lo7  day. Purpose of the court is to revise  tho voters lists. Persons wishing changes  should  contact  their , respective   offices  He spoke Tvghly of her "excellent work*  The  chamber  agreed  to  share  up  to  $25   of   the   cost- of  co-sponsoring   with  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce, the all-  ..candidates  meeting  held  Oct.  27  in  Elphinstone school.  Mayor Ben Lang, Adelle de Lange  and Morgan Thompson will form a bylaw revision committee, following a successful  motior^ Xx    \s  Joe Benner will head, a nominating  committee.  Following the meeting Norm Lewis  of the Vancouver Credit Bureau gave a  talk and slide-show presentation concerning  credit  and  consumer  purchasing.  Lewis gave a brief history and aim  of the Vancouver Credit Bureau and  other such bureaus .throughout the country. '  He   stressed   that   the   bureau   makes  no credit-granting  decisions  and   that  it>  does  not rate  people  and that the  consumer   compiles   his   own   credit   rating  with  his  action.  Lewis said that the credit bureau uses  only factual evidence in compiling' a  credit report. He said a bad credit history cannot be changed but it can be.  improved.  He said that a consumer has a right  to know about his record and he Can  have his credit record reviewed.  9,655 live  in district  ACCORDING to  Statistics  Canada  there  are   9,655   residents   * living   in   3,381  households   in   the   Sunshine   Coast   Regional District.  -.The- figures are taken from the-1971  census and released through the regional  district planning office.  District planner E. R. Cuylits is currently working on projected population  figures for the Sunshine Coast.  Following is a breakdown by population and households. The' first figure is  population in a given area and the second is the number of households in the  same area. Cuylits said the average works  . out to 2.85  persons  per  household.   ���  Howe Sound Islands and Hillside to Hopkins inclusive  ... 315 123  Soames   Point/Granthams  Land.   405 135  Electoral Area "F" .west of Port  Mellon Rd.,  S.  of Dakota Creek  N.  of  Granthams- :���...  251    79  Gibsons Heights/Gower Point, E.  of Chaster Creek, S. of Hwy. 101 516 174  Electoral Area "E" west of  Eight  founding    inembers    of   the  New HoriMi_rV<)eatto^  Group are pictured here outside the  Garden Bay home of project director  New Horizon program . .  Young  523 years of experience  Jack Elliott  (front left). They plan  to otfer theirTiomhined  totalling 523 years, to young people  in the Pender Harbor area.*Included  in the picture are: Warren Hartley,  'Dave  Pollock," Walter' Fisher,  Norman B. Hooper, Oren Kincade, Harold Sanford and Nels Langager.  itfrom  senior citizens experience  FIVE centuries is a lot of experience,  and this is just what eight Pender  Harbor senior citizens plan to offer young  people in the area if federal funding is  approved for their New Horizons Vocational Assistance Group. .  to  them."  The group. decided to take the matter of premises into their own hands and  build an extension to Elliot's workshop  to house the project.  "All the. labor will be done by group  .cS��e? CrS and N��*h Road  ^w~~^!*^^ ggfe^^^^^he"^' ^Ve     ^Mro^..^.Scheme will get  Roberts Creek to- cemeterv    535 203    G^e" Bay, explained that- the govern-    Zlll    n^^^r?.    Lit"  t   )L     way    as s��on  as P<**sible"  if the  Roberts Creek to cemetery    535 203  Roberts Creek to Girl  Guide  Camp   -  496 183  Girl Guide Camp to Davis Bay  594 223  Selma Park, East Shore  Sechelt  Inlet : '..  691 247  West  Sechelt    593 199  West Sechelt to Wood Bay   335 140  Wood Bay to Madeira' Park ...... 674 233  Nelson Island, Garden Bay,  Ruby Lake  491 167  Port Mellon, McNab Creek,  Narrows Inlet ::...r:.-::.:'.._::. ::.:::.. 266   79  Egmont,  Doriston, Jervis  Inlet    211   82  Gibsons ^Bluffs,,,,,,.,...-.....,,.....-.. ,505.189,  Gibsons School Road,'   ���'"'"'    !       ' "  "  '  Ch&rman Creek  517 175  Gibsons Center Highway 101 ....598224  Gibsons TNot'tti of Hwy 101  and1, West of Shaw Rd. ._  314 -104  Sechelt village    590 216  Chekwelp Indian. Res. 26 and 26A ,26 > 15  Sechelt, I,. JV.X,.,,  im,..?.*W?..rrT$vw7,77rv?*??ri^T  mMJL  Recreational facility cited . . ;   ! ,     ,*'.   ' ,,,.,,���,,,��� ,���,,,���,..,,,,,w,v,���w,w.        ..,_ ,,. ..,.,  Anavets to press for rezoning  of property iri Roberts Grefek  wiring. Other members were in the  building trade. They can look after the  actual construction work."  EXPANSIpN SEEN  If the project progresses as well as  anticipated, ,"I hope we will have to  expand, the, building in a matter of a  year or two," he added.   ���  Experience the group hopes to pass on  to the younger generation is as varied as  the credentials of the senior, citizens in-  fVblved. And; among1 them, there are; indeed, some impressive credentials.  Warren, Hartley   was  electronics  en-  ' giheer * ih'Ijliargo" off-iihf.-tailingv" ihe 'first"  radar station in India during World War  II,   said   Elliptt.   At  72,   he  is   the, 'old  '*1''''l'',''W^i��''nS^'1^ias"'',anymm���e,,,''' sai^",'El7"Tman,''of'lhe':'gr6u'p,'1'',-''u''^''*^ .+-���<~-  liot. "We want to be  in bed at night. Harold Sanford, 62, was maintenance  Also,  wo  plan  to  operate   the  program    engineer in Portage la Prairie during his  .seven  days, a week,, bringing kids into  ,.Working life; Walter,Fisher, 67, a build- ,  the.,shop.and passing on our experience    .*��". Norman   Hooper, - (19,   currently   an  ment had _been issuing grants to Opportunities for Youth projects, and as  of September it was making available  funds for senior citizens projects under  the New Horizons Program.  "We banded ourselves together jnto  the New Horizons Vocational Assistance  Group." he told ' The 7Times. "We plan  on having a hobbies' shop where we will  make cabinets, furniture, turned lathe  work and leather work."  WORKSHOP AREA NEEDED  The group investigated the possibility  '���"'Q_ using1 Garden"Bay's  but  learned   it  was  availablo  only   one  night a week.  act in an advisory capacity, he said, and  they would be called upon for advice if  necessary.  Pender Harbor Lions Club and the  Canadian Legion have agreed to sponsor the project in any way possible, and  under -  the  grant,  is approved.  A -STUDY team of the technical planning committee of the Surishine Coast  Regional District will meet Nov. 8 to  discuss Highway 101 relocation, said E.  R. Cuylits,  district planning  director.  The core  of the  study  team  will  be    ,  S.    Reynolds,   representing   the   Department   of   Highways,   T.   Maftechuk   Department of Municipal Affairs, and Cuylits.   Resource   personnel   will   be   drawn  into   the   study  from   other   departments  when required, Cuylits told the regional  board  meeting,  Thursday.  Costs  of  pro-  "VirrciaT" representatives will be borne by���  the  provincial .government.  v    "The study will not only  incorporate  the.  Gibsons   problem   will   also  look  at  highway  location  in  other  parts  of  the  district and in Sechelt," said Cuylits.  ' A meeting- will be held Nov. 9 with  federal fisheries representatives to discuss  problems regarding stream protection.  February dale eyed  for recreation vote  SECHELT  and  Gibsons  village   councils  will meet Nov. 6 to discuss a date to  hold a referendum on the recreation centre complex, Sechelt Mayor Ben Lang  told the Sunshine Coast Regional District  board meeting Thursday night. Lang is  Sechelt's representative on the board.   ���  Earlier. Sechelt council agreed to hold  to referendum within six months and  Gibsons council agreed. to look at the  situation .again in February  1973.  A committee from the recreational  " complex' had asked the district board-  to hold a referendum on the complex  during the December municipal elections.  The board asked the two village councils  if they would hold referendums~"in December.  Following actions of the; village councils the board will not hold a referendum"  in  December  but will  likely  follow the  lead of the two councils.  House-moving cranes  knock out power lines  RECENT power outages  in  Sechelt  and  district   were   caused   when     large  cranes moving houses on the Indian reserve hitting power poles.  On Oct. 27 a crane -struck an overhead line near the substation, said B.C.  Hydro ofifcials. On Oct. 19 a crane hit  a power pole on East Porpoise Bay Road  causing-a power stoppage that lasted 19  minutes. -  ��� V*  Big question mark, small difference .... .  Looks like NS)P member  '���"   ' ' ' '���"������'���':   ���'' '( ; "���'"  but no ones conceding  Bay, Kingcome Inlet, Jackson Buy, Pow  oil Lake, two. stations in Powell Rlvor,  Conim '.Lake, Dog Crook, Chozacut, and  the Gibsons advance poll. - y,   >��  7 I.Returning('!btficei'iiJac"* TPom'sall said  that !|lt' was1 e'xpcqtod1 that some; of the  I'otui'i-H would bo corning ln lulo bccauHO  th9y had to ��pmo from out ol! tho way  ADAM McDi'ldo.-iinBPy-l.aoyuBo'-lho Sun'-.';" could-boeomo u commercial"contro- whon"  provide dral't'lujorlacllliloH for minnliw"^  By DON MORBERG  SiteciaT,To7The7Times     '  IT LOOKS like Coast Chilcotin will get   an,,ND^^member ��� of..,.parliament,  but  no one is conceding a thing. When the  returning office shut down for the night,  Harry Olaussen, the NDP candidate from  Powell River held a 316 .vote margin.  Hi p,y;er,���iVUto  last war .   -.     The big question mark is 020 uncount-    Oren..Kirjcodo, 00, .will..hond ,the, ioa-,,,,,, e'd, ..bal^  thqrwprk department of tho project. Ho    closed _ tho   polling  stations  of  Kilbella  wa,. a buildor and contractor, said-Elliott,  Sixty-'sovon-yoar-old Dave PollocH    waR  road foreman for tho Ponder Harbor area  ond a master cabinet mokcr,  "Elliott, JilmsollV managed UiQ.KgrrriB-i  dale Arena- in' Vancouver for ' 10 yqi. rs,���<  Tho   Now   Horl/.onH    Voo��Uon4  Afi-  h.hI.uico Group liiis applied I'or ai^iM.OPO  Bhlno   Ccmnl,   Regional   District  plrtiin r  population j .IoumIUoh, wurrunt i?uoh, a !,'����'-  cu I'-il'uHod  lo imoiW prba-   illty.7'  ��� 7" ' ���      ,,     ,,        ,  Tlio  mlnutcm    continue..:"As,   mun-  l>UI|lard.,tabloH,   and   'pthor ,-������������,;   In  eluded will bo 'a {.niajl but1 comprolieuaJ  Hive military library t.jid museum,  flOflPRTS qree;k ASSET 'CJTPD  McBride, - lending t a delegation  matei'lait. for tlui oNlciirHi'aii' "iiii'iul-"']|!}!jH^i||^",*','*:,' 'Hu|t-H*UuTyo"to��(L>Qr'-.Piown 'ouT'liiy*'Xio��t pliuio,  muy, ocjuipmeut tmoU uh; a bundHuf |mhd., \ Wnut' ho didn't count, on * wore������< the two t  planer,    ( , ' yl1     P��)I1��H t)t��tiq|iH irt'Powoll River, Ono of"  GRANT is RENEWABLE ''��� " ' ' 7Uionv accldoptly ;'putJtho,juncouuted bal-  ^hognmtiHK  utlon    at,    but Ellk.il iHcim'idonl the nroileot will ' o^nhot-lpoioppnod until,tho official count  1lnKHp���said^  ohX���  ^oyoinbci--1, Jn,. the, other, cUso.tlje deputy  , "another   '&nd wffir&w     ale n tiV^ in   relumingi'offleer jfiutHho Uncounted bul-  "an idonl..&n(V���^^ ���        -��� JotH in the mall ,;��nd mallod ,thom tho  nlng committee  perly on Highway 101 at Roberts Creek,  hau -..ppaulod the doclslon.' Ho��od, a' neighborhood commercial con  .McBride, .acting for Army, ,N(W...and tre nboi^ld ,bo, encouraged...aj, Roberts  Air Force Veterans, OlbsonSi Unit 307, Crtaok whoro Hall  Road  moots  Lower    rnluil,(,d.lv.H ..oninnni ho'm-d mooiinuH   m'm^Mm ,ij-6i^rty;;Wq rc^^d Ro��d;"B6tw��<^��f;tiiiB wWjJwwj' iTlWnXW  (SliuonalV 9rPU^7 ^��^ly ' iooo^nS   5w   nS "'m   -        ' ��' v.u��. M.,n.���. ��� w.HHpnv..H    ,  chased from MnvP, J, Murphy. Halfmoon could bo oncouragbd, This lodntlbn would    ��d ^Q ^ communityU.roups. iho club    f1,.. <.;���  .���.. ,������" .���i0���,i nni,.w���� hn ��,iiri.    total potential votes from those two polls    H1   pi���M��� nn(, Plinkral, Cflmo n8 n aur.  i o��-��; a noh'-pront' bi<HiH.'  HARRY OLAUSSEN  Pankratz. 7472, and Low King' 727,  Olausson's victory in "what was ex-  BhyV7ronlB*b��'JllBnwpy"'10r,'iolpwP0"ftQt 'lJd"���Wd��^'i:6r,al^^.rty,������i.90p^Q���J���'w��BWnR, to  und is BZOiootdcQp twhich ,iH, along ,.u  live , closo, to;, the commercial; centre' i\.  gazetted 'access road, Tho proiiorty Ih well uh to llio recreation contro, Wltli  cjlroctly aeronH' mithWaiiy 101- from - tho rcforuiicij hi lUlii.,'medium '(o,:iili_h"c|onilr  Suniihihe, Coaii't Golf I'nd Country'Club, ity, a davalopifiont 'fxrpu ..rtonisnutloii on-  McBrldo roaiiorifi that- .iiilc.o iho" club couragiiig thin typo of dovolopmont  i). nituntod' norti* the gol^ olub; re^roittlon... 1 phoulcl ��� be' Introduced, \, j., r>',.,... i !  Centre,'. Masonic >Hall-and ^Robert^C^  OojVununlty,Hftll(1i*li Kbnod .piU-Uo.flccoiin, i.t^a.fy.iiho.Army.a.Mavy rind7A^,Fptc(. 7. -McBddc .prildl ,thaii ,tho  ���the ArtfiValn iSrnpnvty .iho^ltj. alfift, ".Ave  -thlfi typo of zoning. '  ���      ,  Tha flroup purchaftod tha proporty  from Mrn, Murphy with, lho lntehllbn' oil  coiiHlruotlni; a ,li<in.k|inu'toi.i  unll.  COMMERCIAL PEVRLOPMENT"j*?  FEARED     '    ' ^   ���"  od free to community'i.roupH, Tho olub  would bo w f .sHot to, l^PbortH .Ci'Qok,^,,,,,....,  Ho. said that it would wprk in with  the proposed rooroiUioriiU complox acrosH  the Htrcot,-" ��� ������ .      , ,,' '  Chainuau Harry Almond nald. thai  tho', board' wait opponod io roaonlng lho  aroa' .''.ind. then .you  wont   ahead   and  bought,���tl)o���. property.!,'r������������_._,���,.���J1   Jotter lilrnlnR  do tho job wo .Inland doing," ho said, ,    .���..   ,  andahoihopedisenior.-oltizons Jn Socholt ���^���7^,.,,, ,���:,,.,.,.1,���i,'.,,.���rwt,.,.,,, ,,..,,������, ,,���.,,r7.,  and Gibsonn would consider starting a |Mn��U unofficial count of bullotH with  Hlmllar projeul, '' "*          ���    ' 210 of the 227 pollfl' roportlni? In' wns  ���.   Rovoral local roHldtmlH'linvo offoWd'to . Olwmwqnv ��t|U57nSt^a)iorro��f��aoo,w,Jolm  fi, \\i Cuyllls, dlulrUil planning clinic-  or, 'nald- tliat, ihe riwonln/. wuh refused  becauHo-of lhe i'oar of ribbon commorolal  dovolojimont ulonH.tho. highway, Cuyllls  thill The Tlmeii ll,ial Iho Deparlmont ot  HljgHwwn. W'ni'ch dovolopment In not  .doBiif��b'6��ttlonft-ti'.o-.l.ii{hwtt^r  Voterjfaii i'tho icommltloQ  fiuRfioiitn   that, dawn tho rtaonlng requcnt, "lrtld the oiiuh  further informal lon bo obtained from tho on lho Department Of jUlfihway..," -  proporty owner concerning lho proposed.       Alh.ohd'  ropllod    _\\\\.2 tho   pUum  deyolopmoiit,  Such   anpoutH    ai,  sl/.o. of '"    ��� biilldlnic,  parking   fncllHleiy nhoiild ��� bo  -dnuii'inlnotl," '���']���' '   %    "  XNAVF.T9 PKilBP BuitJMITTRP^  ���^MoBrld(?pnctlnK---|on;-t)io,~(iu/jKot.ilonr  nubmltted' a ��� brief oul lining - tho i almo" of  thq unit,"nnd'nbcdflonl'lohH of the. build-  inil whiuli Inelmled ,u "pi'i. aliodo typo  woocjou ,uocond, I'lior  which, will  uorvo  ."H.l -aij(���_|f.��-r-'|r|_ Jr��Jl>  nil t>\lt AoodH for mootlnitii. oeKiceiv offico    i,oz6pin|{  tlio  area,, Thin  vylll  nol. J  .":r"i-.-~��^-^-_i-':rr__..i-^T:ir__.__3��.rd-�� ���"��>":;'^.r^i'^  committee/and',board placed their duul-  iilon |,)ii Jho iilllliuln of Hiiv Dopiirlmont  nf JllHhwJnyn, ������ -\   ' ' '.       ��� ���  1 TBilt, Ahhopd 'nc.dod,'ll��o Olnnlilitfl com-  lnltlen and, board will.reconrildclr Ihu re-  cninHt*of^hir^nnvni,srT"M,^',"'M"*���"*"~'���-'���-���  RESIDENTS HELD FAVORABLE  '"' McBride Hiild! "JSverybody |.h��l,"I tnllt-  ed, to in HoboHn Creek \i\ iii favor, of  'nut  Learning disabilities . ��� ,  "Wo one to te-tich niy child,  mother charges school board  MOttlian of.n child Wllh n lnnrnlnn rtls-  ''rtrtn wllh liUlnit cllnnWIIllcn.' bul' linn- "�� 'Itnir'Vnlau^^o^whimo awav^ai'  ' 'UblUtv' hnn' flinrui'd iliero  Im no ono -na fell- hal, tho amount �����. irwvulllpg.ro- Rt..rHurr����  nlu l��d, lo .whlltlo ,'TO  w  In Ih "W��U Hill Dlrtlrlvi lo lenuli    qulrod wAild presnnl a umWiun. -'They '    |w^,,  lho rJlurim ca no ��n ^���  \.i^ : ' . ,._____,___.___ > .-u/rivn<l...lH,'ur.liHiLui__.aiuL_dow.n_.tho__h ll l-______V 1 ('Ot|  St, Pierre ond Pankratz canfio na a sip:-  prlHO'tOi local-political observors. .Earliest ,   returns k��vo St, Pierre a sllKht load ovor  PiuiK��U^'Tjrt'd'',oV'ory.hrtQ,rwttlcd',b����ck,'-for'  a' 'two-\vay *flBht7At*thp* second���ytotalllnR ' ��  ' Hi.nihnUos aftor lho polln olosiod,,Olauli-  non Jumped Into a 20 vote lead over St.  .Pierre, and, 'Hi oyer; Punkrtjtz, Bovfln, nUn-,  ���utU09ji��ler_.Olau{iGp'ii.JiurIi ^,5p^vole lead, ^  oyer  SI,  Piorro  and  Pankratz, Litioriil  campaign Organizers were gettlnj;-'nervous. ��  1 "  An tho ruturi.H rolled lp,, Olaussen roll- >  ed on, lie had a :*00 veto load nn hour  al'liy lho polln'clmifd and BOO nt, I) pirn,  lio hold lhat marjjln foe i. Unui; tlmo; but  mury am  of .(ho vldlnK.  Jl|mr.-^WT.��__��--��H,M ^.��^^.rt__..M,J_��W-__..T_^l��-��^  '  'In n letter nubmUicd 'to tlio ,nohool,   way lnHload'7(,��f 'loaohlni.." he imld,  .board '.Thumdny,. nho Htilri: ,"l ��m pny-��� '   . Mulljr.ftn wild thai one ol tho remvdlu^  1 liiiV'my, fair nhani of (mxiui,1 bul not nut-    hiuchom employed  b,V' tho  bourd. urn  ���'ting rotolHci." ���    -1 , ,,     .   . hlal.' Aolvool ultuatlOn found many, chll-   ,..., ,..,  , ��� - Sho uald ��he hud to Wya tiOrnoono to   'dren ��� anmh.fi  Into' the claHH1 unablo   to  Mini.to�� of "Area JtJ7��dvl��6ry planning   '��pHcoT^drm6finftT.6?lAVPiT^ &iann'YiwPnrB!urirroP6fl^^     *������ 7*  oomnilttoo Tor ���"---^crtnvoY'ntffOn^ftnutorrW  "It wan foil, ilia upper    (l.o.Kflulclon, paoutn, cupfl, under proper        Ha,.mid thnt npcofid ,1o the building   hoard do ng to" provide leaching for'hor    olomoulary nchooln," ho nald, '   .  nupervlnlon at nnyjlpift thoy choose to    will not  bo off the' highway  but from    child nnd' olliorn  llko him?, nho anHed.        /IXuiMeo   William1 Malcolm,   told   the  the fiH?,oUed' roud ��looWildo,        ��� -;   Dirtlriol'' mipl.' H.* Hr Unnniv mvld' ho    bonrdahoy ^euld do^nolhlng until thoy  ���"���'"���|.o.w would bo ii Hi-lW, Hcl-eon of \vt'm convinced Ihom wore 100 children    found.out, how miuvv, children with, learn- , ' Mllwflmilo,. ,i ������,. V iho rd-  IiMiivy Ii'qiih ofC the hlghwny, ''       with lonrnlng.dlHnbllllloH In tho area, and    ing dlviihllltlim, Ui��r�� ,uro in the .nchool, , klu   joui    ta N^p^^-^ f  ,?0  .-. "1,'ve beep puHhlng for, thin for elghj.    |hat, thoy  were working  to  ohhqjih , tho.   cllnU;ut. ,       ... .        .    '^^  yean., It'n a worthy club ,with good guy�� ...iwlUul. numbor, ���      .. ,,   . ...,,. .... ,    Thoboard. ngreod .to 'rep y. to tho. lot-    b I lot boxcH ��^" "J" ' i*,^T^;*y ^��"   �� V��_r-  lu it. It Hhou.d,bo zoned a�� a'public _��,,;.., ^"-g^^^ ^J^'^^^H^'^r^^'r1^ H10 ^   Zm��_Vi^I^^  J a A ' '  I. . *  HR(t��-r ^ VW��^*tW��*tt- lliE^laMMfMl  the nroa ntntoi  portloiiri of thin aroa(botweon Hall Road  ,nn'd tho' old 1171." K or Largo "Road)  Aliquld bo /,oned.iu i\ ninjl holding type  of wiiii)of two .ioruH'or more, 11 wiih full  Hinallor parcolH would prooludo any future medium (hmrilty dovolopmonl, The  lower porllonH Hhould ulno' bo, stuped accordingly ..with tho ,vit\w, that thin .aroU  apply for Hh uiio, Obvlouidy,-'all ��� anpcctH  of,l(oi.lth fucllltloi. ^l.o.) Hoplld tank Iny-  out, drain i'lolclH, drnlniigo, yvnlei" welln,  etc., would be In .full compliance with  . whatever in MNk'u'd J.v,hy, tho, lnHpeolor  '���"hivolvod,"1     :. ,  ,   .���  ��W_m��umhira4>Ht.j^rH>iK^4��ii>b������^  Ani��itf4.Tl��l4ni_Mf��Mi. ?enp��^jHr4l��HA4i-K'if^s4A_iyiM  (,��� McBride niiid thut. t ho building will (��� hoiu,bly urea." ���  *x**i>iiiiM#fj**tiii__��#i tffiiWyifemr?  MUrtftph ��MRHuHH��������MMtftwm��ir4t**W  wiWt-c_����_ j<*t. wirti-fii'bai'MaB' w  l.llioy  ^nirt)(i��*rt*��y.ww.ji.  l^eturim 1'avnrlng.'St. Pierre camu In  1 from tho-ountcri. parity of tho- riding,- but  thoy were too tew. 7    <   7,   ��\   ,  John Papkralz" made "ft .bettor' fihow-  -inR"lhan"���-cithcriOlau��sfn-no^��St.-7'  Ju^aecliolt,wand��Wlls6n,��_.Cr.eelw9n7.,lhoJ  Pcnlnnula. St,' Pierre 'wan second' or third  right up tho P-mlnHuln,,'' ', 7     ,  ,   JNext. wuck'H.'lumw.oC.iho.-TIiuch will  carry tho comploloi olocliou i'uhuHh, Of  a  i  ANrfplRa&lMU^ttoTOltltrilf*^*,} i^u,^  >VW��iMnntMR*>��n^��tt^M^Pl<VirJ��iM #44M01^*4M^ilm#^_')Mo-*&'&��^fifr  i+ifWfi��Mi\ii#tt9��u4>4it*>**xt'to#*ewrf-  t4&tj49*lip99l  'U  rtf^  ,������.    -*\<4-4.*t9"4a-- ��-  1   .fy** ti.   -.  4*�� -***1.   |V�� f*#k -.9 4 4  .9    * J  ���t***^.. rj(fiH * ��*^4Aj��*|aA,��4.|.i. if * .rs'K'"*  I: ���\  \  V  \  THEPENIN^lJLA^ie* ^  DITORIALS  *. mdy'be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  7 ���John Atkins I  \R.chard   T.   PROCtQR,   Managing Editor             _..."'             j  _'_ra:gg��.j_W-^.y_r.rxxxx.L.-ix,xX-/Ax.t.-.AXxu^  READERS' RIGHT  x  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  und  not  necessarily  those of  The 'Times.   A  nom-de-ptume may be used jor publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  ward with $3_K>\ (possibly in the form o^  \  Nekt? municipal elections  Til ere  ON DEC. 9, fbr the third time in less  th.-in four months, residents are going to go\ to the polls..'This time lo  fclect village, district arid school board  representative-,.  The other two. occasions were pro-  vitici.il and federal -general (elections.  Ottcii xaldcrincn and other olTicials  are elected by acclamation which means  that no one opposed Jhemj'or the office.  This is. a bad situation. Every political  office should have at the very least two  candidates to insure a, fair election. It  is up to the voters of a community,  either ratepayer groups or similar organizations, .to be certain every position  _-.,_ contested.  ^ Voter apathy is a bad thing and  almost every alderman, school trustee  or district director deplores being put  -into office by; acclamation. That's no  They would prefer to win the  a fair election.,  must  not  let  apathy  take over.  community,  less so, but  honor,  seat   in  We  afe issue'-, in each  Some important and a some  they arc there, nevertheless.  Taxpayers do feel strongly about  many issues especially .one that .touches  their pocket book and the Sunshine  Coast is lacing-a couple of those.  .Gibsons is presently undergoing a  sewer-building program- and taxpayers  are finding it an expensive proposition  albeit ah necessary one. What such a  system will do tot Gibsons is hard to  determine but investors and speculators  keep their eyes peeled on such programs.  Another .issue that is generating a  lot of controversy is the proposed recreation centre. Judging by comments  there are strong feelings both for and  against it. So, if you feel strongly one  way or another, run for office or get  someone else to run. But don't let these  important offices go. by default.  We like letters  ANY newspaper likes letters. These arc  opinions'of our readers and without  them we would have difficulty determining their feelings on many subjects,  not necessarily just those we discuss  editorially.  If-you don't think letters can sway  opinions, you should be an editor swamped by a pile of mail from irate readers,  (iratifying, too, arc letters from readers  supporting   an   editorial   position.  The recreation centre complex appears to he such an issue. We want a  vole on the subject to allow taxpayers to  have their say on'whether, they want the  project.' Letters running for the project  have an edge on the anti-complex readers but the "amis'" arc not lagging far  behind.  This newspaper encourages more letters. No.t only on the recreation complex  but on any subject that appeals. We'll  run it as long as it's not libelous. However, there arc certain criteria that must  adhered   to   and   that   includes   the  that all letters must be signed with  address included.  be  lac  an  All letters arc subject to confirmation, so, if you write a letter, don't be  surprised if we call you to see if in  fact you did write it. Writers should  include their phone numbers for quick  confirmation but we will not publish  the number. A pseudonym is acceptable  as long as we know who the author is.  All letters are, of course, subject  to editing and consideration will be  given to length of letters. We wril try  to include all your comments but get to  the   point   early   in   your   composition.  Here's something else to remember.  If editors can be swayed by letters, so  can your publicly elected representatives. Do you have something on your  mind? Write to your village alderman,  mayor, district representative, school  trustee, member of the legislative assembly or member of parliament. Write  also to department ministers. If you do  write to, say the minister of highways,  it may not be a bad idea to send along  a copy to your MLA so he can keep  informed. Send us a copy too. We'll  print it.  A symbol for the chamber  Voter action urged  Editor, The Times \  Sir: By way of introduction I'm a person who, in my line of business, travelled through the lower B.C. coastal .regions,  for many, years. Sechelt and it?, attendant  good 'fishing and general friendliness eau-  \ ,;ed me to upend many happy weekends  in my camper in that area.  i3.ecei.tly. on my way to Lund I was  talking to a felloy/ passenger on the bus  v/lio. fold rue about unfortunate goings  oil in Sechelt Council. Your paper of Oct.  '25th seems to confirm this. I refer specifically to council (that is two or three  members) denying voters the right to  vote. To get to my point at orice: whp are  these two or three individuals (al^ei--  ��� men) who see fit to obstruct proper conduct of a referendum, information, of  which I believe had been brought  to their attention twice by the mayor?  I'seem to recall lar.t fall ar. election time  drew near only one man made it clear  (in early fall) he would stand fo_- election, Ben Lang. Am I correct that two  of the present aldermen had to be 'pulled'  from the street at the last moment to fill  two vacancies on Council? You were not  editor at that time but an issue of The  Times nYade reference to this, I think,  The Oct. 25th issue of The Times  would indicate Sechelt voters must use  their rightful powers of picking their men  for council, also making sure the referendum on the recreation centre be held  when suitable to everyone in early 1973.  The stalling tactics of some members of  council are a sad state of affairs. The ex-,  cuse about sewers is senseless in that, in  due course (a year or.so) the voter will  have all the facts about this and is capable of deciding what to do. .,, ,.  In conclusion, Mayor Lang's patience  in dealing with matters in his. executive  position is to be commended. His capabilities as mayor and director on the regional board must by now. have created  a feeling of security throughout the whole  district.  He may be annoyed at me for writing (I've forwarded him a copy) but his  astuteness and awareness of things now  and for the future should be appreciated.  He only does what he does because he  likes the Sunshine Coast, its people and  knows its prospects after over 50 years as  camper and pioneer businessman.  Mr. and Mrs. Reader: please don't let  two or three individuals imply that you  are not capable of thinking for yourself.  You have a wonderful village^take advantage of yoyr privilege to choose those  who govern you this December.  Frequent tourist and sometime permanent resident���    W. (Walt) HARGROVE  IN THIS day of corporate images and  logos to instantly identify a firm and  companies using acronyms to bring  their messages to the world, it seems  inevitable Ihal lhe smaller organizations  want  recognition.   .  Into this inevitably strides the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce seeking an identifying symbol.  At a recent meeting of the chamber, President Morgan T h ompson  broached the subject and asked for suggestions. Kamloops has its fighting trout,  Pender Hi-lites  ���:-��.;:".'"'-- ���:-'���:-:���by C>"dy Harris  FIRE���I'm  terribly  sorry  to report that;   pur.... commerce teacher. Miss McKIm,  lost,  everything  when  hor houae  burned  down Saturduy evening, Oct. 21,  Report, curds���Ttoport cards will be issued Fridriy, Nov. 3. I hope we have moro'  "'SttKlontR-on'-oui*-'lHinrii,-"roll*lhnrr-wo-*dld'*  last, your.  sports  Volleyball���Senior glrlii travelled to  Mux Ciimci-oii In Powell River on Oct.  157 to play in it no r I o h of volleyball  MUinos, The (jlrhi lot our nchool down  drastically when thoy were defeated In  nil four KiunoH... in-U, ,10-1,., 10-11, lfWl,  Their find Iomh ul' llic houhou,  Our boy.i hud o rut hor nhort Honrton  Kelowna has its cherry blossoms ancl  Williams Lake has its stampede, Victoria  has the legislature.  The Sunshine Coast, naturally  enough, has sunshine. At least a good  portion of the lime, anyway. So what  is more natural than incorporating a  symbol with a happy face sun in it.  Seriously, the idea has merit and  there are many things in this area that  can be incorporated for the chamber  symbol.  It's an excellent project for the art  classes in the schools to undertake.  There could be several classifications  from., elementary to seniors in the high  school. It need not be limited there, either. Senior citizens, who have recently  'proven" tlfemselv6s so adept with cam-   eras, might lake pencil and paper in  .1.und and come up with a winner. Service clubs and lodges might be able to  help. .  Of course, to make it all worthwhile, the chamber should offer a suil-  *able*prize*forihc*winning-symbolrThatr-  of course, is up to the chamber member., to decide, but if the reward is enh  icing enough, surely entries should come  through.  A chamber symbol can be used successfully in many ways. Firms could use  il on their statements and letterheads,  on their billboards, advertising and'lho,  like. This could bo it little money raiser  for'* the chamber because  in order to  of volloyb��dWldM-y��niwtho-HQtdo^  lur. boyi. Iiuvw now kIiu'M bankol.bidl pro-... imt| |t cm",|t| Wcll'llo here. '       ���  Anyone  interested    In the project  should    contact   Morgan Thompson,  ell eon,  Bake imlii���The Htudents council hold,  a Iml'., hale lit blh|,.(i (iii Oct, "if), lo raise  money I'or n iipoidm project, Tho Hide  brought In pI'M,   'riiniikH' (ii' (M.iiiniiiiilly club inembors  for ullowlni. tho mile to bo hold nt bliiHU.  in bolnii offered ut our school'this your  ..calledcommunity rccroHllon..!,H...H..lo(\ehr...  on   tho   HtudentH   londor.il.lp,   und   Riven  them ubroudor view of recreation In tho  ,community, '7 ,   ,,  An un mifafKnmenl eneh .iludont or  Mroup of (itudentH In the vUm muni hold  nomo form of recreation on I heir o\yu  lime, ��Ono ijrnup linn chosen lo idarl u  "Hub "for1 "children 'iuTch' ���!-fl~TlilH Huh'  would-moot every Wednesday, stnrtlnn  Nov, II ul Ihe Union Hull In Madeira  Purl, between !.���,.��(. und <1:'*l", The children would lenrn nlmplo nrlH, play jiimuvt  nnd hnyo a munle period,  Inloi'oHloil pni'outH ploiiHO contact Dap.  noli .id 8.1) 10, lleulliei-nt U-llM, or Cindy nl  'mi.  �� ��llMMl����llll,l������W,_l|l)MWWaiMWyHMM,W)WMWMt|<)MWMM,^~  The T?mimviJ^4fheb  t Published Wcdnciwtoyi.. nt Sechelt  on IJ.O.'h fJunfililno Const  tho BhyxMx.g Pftildsopjfoei*  r  .". " i '  Hrtrry W. Fletcher   JURISPRUpENCR  Our 'forefi.il.en fled fronvoppression In dread  ����  of ihe loss of tholr rlRht to bo meni    .  , . mut<founded u Iwu" where ihoy took.,   j.  u firm stand for n way of llfo better,  und then In lime by decrees like u eieuplnji  disease   our   newly-found   freedoms  ""* ""diminished 'ill'lodny il appear., lhat  flfiWirrflu'on"iiiniie"years" we're' 1>nrricdr~"  hfik-vlletl   und  finished,  hook nnd by crook If you lake, a <j'onc  look ihere's loo muny lawyer., elected  who keep wrliliu. laws wllh ndvor n pnuso  llko their roiiNons have cOme Ul. .onnuciud.  ll happens lho Joke It.'on us common  folk, whatever wo do Is Illegal,  he freedoms we souuhl ami so dearly  Here's centre plan  Editor, The Times  Sir: Do you want your recreation centre now and not wait for the questionable vole of your senior citizens. Then  here is your plan. Get out your lists of  solicited YES voters in the district.'  Pender Harbour 41, Halfmoon Ray  IK.*.. Selma Park 245, l.oberts Creek 2III,  .Gower 'Point 172,. Langdale 181, Sechelt  139, Gibsons 330.  You have a total of 1,504 YES votes.  All   those  enthusiasts* .should   come   for-  DOT issues warning  on Sechelt Rapids  SECHELT   ^  rows may attain a rate of 10 tn 12  knotH when a large rise and fall of tide  occurs at Point "Atkinson and under thane  circumstances, no vessel should attempt  to nuvlpde them except, at or near slack  water ancl preferably high water slack,  warns the Department of Transport,  ,,4>*��-4VM4 ���_...,*,,.,*_, _.<���,.*4J,��,^^ ���....!, V_,..W_.,.w���..4...,.4..a4VS.._  The roar of the rapids can Ircquonlly  be heard fpr several miles and serves  an a warning,. ..,,..-,���...,. ;    ��� ,. - .-  Depending on the height of the tide nl  Point Atkinson the ebb and flood Ude  nl Sechell Unplds varies between one  hour and 4fi minutes und three hours  and fit) ih|nutos laloi; thun at Point Al-  klnson, Consult'-jho Pacific Goust tide  'Tables' for 'oxnot 'tlmos', "tho'-ddparlmonf  sold,  Schools close Nov. 13  to honor war dead  ALl. Secholt Peninsula schools will oloan  Monday,   Nov, ,13   113  observance  of  "Remembrance Day.  District   School   Supt.   II,   R.   Hanna  Jrjld Tho Thpos thnt   Individual  schools  wninFu)rd"Tliolr own fipoolfnTa^ffl^^  tho Friday  before tho holiday lo Hiilln-  bly honor lho' dead of Canada's warn,  debentures or bonds) and you have $526,-  400 to build youi\ centre.  To scale it down to more suitable figures the money could be obtained on a  payment bas-js of $30 a month and have  the construction done in three phases at  four months each. Your income per month  i;; $45,900 x four months equals $180,000  J^r phase one. Phase two $180,000; phase  lliree  $180,000 totalling $540,000.  Thirlv dollars a month i:; only $1 a  tiny or two packages or cigarettes and  surely if you want to skate that desperately you will make tha\ sacrifice. It is  better for your health anyway.  This $1 a day would finish the cost of  construction and not lingel- on indefihite-  ly like the 29 cents a day cost as suggested by the recreation committee. *  V. H. ECKSTEIN  Gibsons  Centre Opposed  Editor, The Times  Sir: I notice fhat,_the Peninsula Times  is giving out that as apparently no-one  has protested against the new recreation  centre, everybody must naturally be in  favor af it.  Speaking for myself, and many oth��r  residents of Sechelt, let me say that we  object strongly to being pressured into  this scheme.  In the first place a skating rink should  lie inside the village limits to give easy  access to children. No parent in their right  mind is going to allow children to bicycle  to Roberts Creek on darkv winter nights  and quite a number of parents are already objecting to the fact that a skating  rink in Roberts Creek would mean that  they Would have to drive their children  down there at night after school.  The notice placed by the Sunshine  Coast Recreation Committee in the paper  recently laments that there will be no  activity .room for the senior citizens if  the bylaw doesn't pass. Let me say that  knowing many senior citizens���nothing  on... earth would induce them to find their  way down to Roberts Creek for the sole  purpose of "activities" whatever that may  mean. They have all the facilities they  need close at hand.  Lastly, quote���"115 acres of prime  land will convert back to the government, including $50,000 which was invested in the development of same"���unquote.  . My impression was that the park had  already been granted to the Peninsula  and that the money was for developing  it. NOT for building an ice arena which  will no doubt be used by an elite few  and subsidized "by the long-suffering taxpayer.  I sincerely trust that when this bylaw, comes, up, the people ot Sechelt will  not allow themselves to be stampeded  into voting for it by. this loud-mouthed  group oT opportunists,  (Miss) MARGARET McINTYRE  Sechelt  V  Pige A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November, 1, 1972   r^-r- : ^ ���_ ,   Vera l^eva: SEfflbr-75/  dies in auio collision  MRS. Vera Neva Sallis, 75, .0^ Halfmoon  Bay,   \yas   dead   oh   arrival     in. St.  Mary's, Hospital   from   injuries   received  when she was involved in _ collision.  RCMP said that Mrs. Sallis yvas  westbtound on Highway 101, whefi her  Toyota car was involved with a collision  with "a car driven by Scott Pollock of  Sechelt. Tolice said the Pollock vehicle,  eastbound on Highway 101," turned left  onto Ma.o'n Road and collided with Mrs.  .Sail).'  vehicle.  Pollock \..as not injured, said police.  It was believed that there was one passenger with him who was also . uninjured.  Mrs.  Sallis  was  alone. N  Police said the crash is under investigation.  For a biographical sketch of Mrs! Sallis, turn to Mary Tinkley's Halfmoon  Bay Happening, column in today's Times.  Mrs. Sallis' services were held Tuesday. She is survived by a brother, two  sisters, three nephews and a nice. Interment   will   be  in  Seaview  Cemetary.  The family suggests that in lieu of  flowers, donations may be made to the  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary of St. Mary's  Hospital.  \  7  \  , Commercial p^intinq  RUBBER STAMPS  see THE TIMES  SPECIAL  on Front Quarters  FREEZER BEEF/  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Store ��� 883-2253  "Fine Meats fpr Fine People"  LOW COST  mm _ln__l   Bk_P  ���  ���  ���  Pender Harbour Credit Union  NOW  HAS  FUNDS AVAILABLE  TO  LOAN  ITS  MEMBERS  FOR:  * FIRST MORTGAGES  * SECOND MORTGAGES  * CARS, BOATS, MOBILE  HOMES  ���All interest rates competitive  ���Prepay at anytime with no penalty  ���Insured at no extra cost to qualified members  FOR  FURTHER  INFORMATION  Call  in or Phone  Pender Harbour Credit Union  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2236  My  ^pwclVRIvcrlScwrTownaieT *  Secholt Times Lid.  ,     Box 310-Sechelt, D.C.  SubswUptlon Rhtesr (In wivftneo)  Load, $f. nor yonr, Beyond 35 mllon, $7.  U.S.A., $9, Overflow, no,  Servln/t the area from Port Mellon to Rgmoni  , (Howo Sound to Jcrrli/lnlct}  4ir9m9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm9^immmmm9mmimi4m4mwmm9mmm  Comer facts  IMPQIVTANT Mlvnnccm In llio control of  . caiiobr Wavo boon    miitlcf   nliico lho  "foMlItfifirTM^  IiiHtlUHo of- Cnnndq���tlio Cunncllun Can*  cor Boolo'lyV ufNllulo wliloh i.dmli.l.iM'nt  tho  fun.ln nlloci.Uul  hy  the flocloty  for  nwinroh,  Tho monoy rnprcHontH i.linul  (ll) por  cont of nil fmi(l�� oollcolod from tho pull-  ,lc (lurloii tho RtK.IHy'i. annual .'im.pului.,  'llbf.oi.Voh In'Iho niprtfohl nnd llfo nol*  .      ., ���   ,,,,,,    ...    onnw hot. helped to nmntcr ninny of inun-   wonUuui*hu��m.fwWrco.uh^  CH"10. cun   tho  poftulhlo  onuium  of  enncor  ho  Yet for crimlmil bciiIh thuro'f. presumed        , .ldoiUlflod. . .' .  mnmenco wllh loophole to Blvo litem            Allhou��h  prevention In tho ultimate  prelection; Inn If I blink nn cyo with irt>     H��nl��   ",'"��enrch  mont- contlnuo    to  nock   -_UbWW4wmi*.U~wMv��-gullly J]]"!nOtU)L.��MlWi____OI-__.C��n.U.llll)a^lLJhtt___.  >'<>nip.k\\!oiiU,nu��,J^I',ln��^^  <(^l!th'"7l-.,l'''flo��',th'>,.,  build'o'n nly liouicTor blow iiiy noio n01t!l0 "^enncorr   .1' "7-,  mliuiE, pcrmlMloni I'm iifoul of ihe lnwn,        Thu Cunndlun Cancer Society In eon-  centrntlna  Its encrpy nnd it a rcnourcoij.  Of 8avlngs--andlntore8t-ra"nd(crocJlt unions too,  And how thoy can make monoy grow faster for youl  Credit ^union's jJfirp.ughout.Qr1UB.h^Qo|uni.bf ei. have JnoreaseaJnteiBst^ ratoa  on a wide variety of savings plana, Yo,ur savings earn mora while fully  protected by the Provlnolal Credit Union Share and Peposlt Quarantea  Fund,, i ,  -Now'a the time to transfer your funds to-a credit'unlonr*^"^"**"^^^  It makes: a;lot of eonsol  keep your interest High at yow  CREDIT Ul  my  nfoul of llic  but hlmply bccniiNo of whnt' 1 commit  by omission,  We're under' the gun, npd If fiomcthlnu's  not dona condition* cun only get wq.no;  how lucky, nm,l to bo just im old guy  wllh fto little to do but wrjto vcr.cl   ,  more, nncl more on nuppon of reftenrch.  Thin yonr It wlll fipentl moro than $4  million for thin purpose, brln��ln�� to $42,f>  million tho amount npont on renonrch  hIiico 1040, tho yenr ot tho flint nuljonnl  campaign.  ilW**iJ4ai!!*JiJ)j.Ua,a--__!.l|.  u  >��-��iW��i?fl=wtiB!t��toj*)BWTwf *ttirKf&fm^mm>**^'i^m&4tW  ON THE SUNSHINE CbAST CALL  5UN5HIN  Wharf Road, P.O. Box 376, Sqcholt ���. Phono 885-9661  ��� *     ���  INTEREST RATES UP TO 8%  -Ula.Nl.li ��� \  \  \  >  X.  \  \  SPORTS  ' ^'  ELPHINSTONE'S senior hoys rugby  team travelled to North Vancouver  Oct. 19 to meet with the Argyle Pipfers.  The Cougar's team was CQn_j>Qse4 of  five seniors with the other members junior players. In the opening __.i__tt-.es 0f  play both teams' played pborly with a  lot of 'fly kicking. The much big-ger  Argyle team soon had the advantage of  play. The half-time score was' 8-0 for  Argyle.  At the beginning of the second, half  rcveral _;ub_;tput_o_.s were niad,e and the  Cougars finally began to hustle and outplay the other team. Their efforts resulted in the Cougars first play. From  this point on the tempo of the game  changed   with   the   Cougars   dominating.  Elphie then went on to score two  more ��� trys and rhade a penalty kick.  Coach Garry Grey felt that part of the  team's second-half surge was due to the  aggressive play of senior Steve Hill. Bill  Sluis kicked the penalty goal and also  scored two trys. Another try was added ���  |,y Ian Mackenzie. The final score was  19-8  for  Elphinstone.  The boys were grateful to the Argyle  coach, Mr. Pulsford, for the extra effort  put towards making -theN trip especially  enjoyable. This included showing a rugby film to both teams and afterwards  going to Brockton Oval to watch the  New Zealand All-Blacks vs. the B.C.  Rep  rugby  team.  The senior girls volleyball team was  also on the road Oct. 18 when they travelled to Squamish as one of four teams  taking part in the Howe Sound-Sunshine  Coast   Volleyball  Tournament.  The first round saw Elphinstone defeated by Pemberton. The Cougars played a very disappointing game in which-  they threw away advantages they held  over the opposing team. Although leading 10-0- at one point in the first game  Elphie lost 11-15. The. second game was  also lost to Pemberton.  Meanwhile our neighboring Pender  team had no trouble celebrating an easy  victory, over Squamish. In the second  round the Cougars won 15-12, 15-12 over  Squamish placing us third in the tourna-  ��� ��� -ment." '���---          ���->'���������-���-. '  - -  Although Elphie set and spiked much  better than usual, their serving was weak  and erratic. As winner of the tourney,  Pender Harbor will now play the North  Shore runner-up for a place in the provincial tuornament. Elphinstone wishes  Pender's senior girls much success in  their next qualifying round. Volleyball  practices has ended for the season but  will resume  in  spring.  With the co-operation of E. & M.  Bowladrome the PE Department has arranged a bowling program to ease the  overcrowding of the gym. This program  will consist of ten sessions which will,  take place during the PE classes.  This year's senior cheerleaders are:  Lita Allnutt, Joan Blomgren, Debbie  Bodenham, Lori Bowman, ��� Janice Mullen  and Els Zuidema. Junior cheerleaders  are: Patty Allhuft, Vickye FearMeyf RoJc-  anne Hipz. Penny Jorgenson, Jeri Mullen, Gail Ono, Pam Summerfield (captain) and Debbie Wunderink. The teacher  sponsor for the cheerleaders is Terry,  Miller.  A group of senior boys  have  really.  been working, hard to get into top condition for the upcommg basketball season.  Hell   Week ��� began   on' Wednesday  with '  regular practices starting on Nov. 1.  On  Wednesday  the guys  ran  up  to  the  elementary   school  from   the   tennis  courts   in ,lower, Gibsons.   They, then  sprinted   repeatedly   up   and   down   the  tiered playing field on the school ground.  ���Back .at:' Elphinstone, i coach  'Garry  Grey  had  arranged  a  series of weight  training exercises for the players,, in the  gj(mi Next, the senior boys, wearing ankle  weights,-hustled back and forth from the  basement to the lop floor watched  by  -. I" coach   Larrle   prant,    and   a .crowd, , of  amused students. Thursduy saw" a' group  -��,�����rt f��^^ t j f f ��.��a ri a -*tjoro* * guy .s"'" beg i n n i n g  ���by Joan Blomgren  lenge to the teacher^. On Nov. 3, during  the noon hou-iv- a danee -marathon has-  been arranged. Everyone (except a few  out-pf-cohdition staff members) ean obviously cj^nce longed than an hour, so,  in bitter to give the staff a "fighting  change)- the council set up a ratio of ohe  daftcing teacher to 10 dancing Students.  Each participating students w^ll be earning  points  for  their house  team.  A Chess Club has recently been formed with a recor4 membership of 20 persons, representing all graded and both  sexes. ������.,."  Mr. Shaw is the organizer and teacher  sponsor for the group. The .main goal of  the club is to get involved in inter-school  competition possibly with Vancouver  schools.  WEEKENp SOCCER RESULTS ;  Division 5���Kens Vikings 3; "Sechelt  Wanderers 2.  Division 7���Ken Mac Bombers 0, Caledonians 2.  Bargain Bay rezoning  OK'd by board  THIRD  and  final  reading  was  given  to  rezoning bylaws in the Bargain' Bay  area, by Sunshine Coast Regional District  board of directors last Thursday. The  bylaw will exclude commercial development around Bargain Bay.  The area in question is bounded on  the north by Francis Peninsula Road  and the highway is now zoned R-2 from  its R-3 classification. >  A public hearing in the area was held  and no objections to the rezoning. were  voiced.  According to- E. R. Cuylits a zoning  public hearing at Robert's Creek "was  excellent", but the meeting did not agree  to the proposed rezoning and if the  board .agrees to withdraw the bylaw the  five-acre rural holding zone will remain  between Hall Road and the B & K or  Largo  Road.  \  >Uv4V'^��i,^W'^7-V- v^O  s  77  �����'  Wednesday; - November 1, 1972     The Peninsula Times  Page \A-3  Around The Harbou?  '\\.  X  V���by Diana Bomford���phone 883-244  40  ANNUAL smorgasbord and dance sponsored by the ComiT.-unity Club will be  held Nov. 24, 7 p.m. -in the community  hall. Tickets are available through the  community club executive members and  local stores... Cost is $5. per person and  tickets are restricted tq" those 19 years  and over. .      -,  ���' PvTarilyn Clayton bowled -ladies high  singles, 276, Oct. 25, whil(e Orbit pesan-  tolos scored the ladies liigh three 608;  Jock Hermon with 258. ppintg __ took the  men's high r,mgie and Red .Robinson with  655, lhe  men'!,  high  three..  ~^7_5^^_mrrrFTT.t^  LhtL.  team high game. They'also scored high-  team points for the night- stealing 19  pi the possible 24.  If anyone in the Pender ;Harboi' area  is interested in writing this column,  please contact me or Richard Pi^octor,  editor of The Peninsula Times, 885-9654.  THERE are a few cups and saucers, and-  beakers,   still  aj  sale  prices  at Miss  Bee's   Wharf Road, Sechedt. .  \  fSS__f_  NOT9C1  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For insurance of all kinds  ���-Phono your Resident Agent  JOHN BREIN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  il n'iiiy '   '  Pigeon can't $ind its home  Thi.s feathered visitor perched on the, Wtside. They would like- the pigeon's  hand of Mrs. Hugh Weatherbyx West vdwner-to claim the wayward bird.  Sechelt,"'dbesh'rseem to know where  "  its home is.  It has a  small band  around one leg and the Weatherbys  feel that it must be someone's pet.  It likes to perch on a floor lamp or  one  of  the  Weatherby's   shoulders.  A neighboring cat eyes the pigeon  and  Weatherbys  hesitate to-put  it  ^iniiiiimmniiimniniiniiiiiiii.immii>-_-Mi-i-ij)g  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  BERNIE'S  Ifmoon  erimgs  -i-by Mary Tinkley "j  HALFMOON Bay residents were deeply  shocked and grieved to hear of the  death of Mrs. Vera Sallis Oct. 27 when  her car was involved in a three-car collision at the junction of Mason Road and  the highway.  Mrs. Sallis, who was a devoted worker for St. Mary's Hospital, had been  working at the Thrift Shop, preparing  .items for the Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary's  sale the following day. When the work  was finished, she had a coup of tea with  Mrs. Grace Rutherford at the Trail Bay  Centre, did some shopping and headed  'for home. The accident occurred at about  5:15 p.m.  Mrs. Sallis was born in Oregon in 1897  and married Joseph Sallis in 1935. They  lived for some years at Kimberley where  Joe Sallis was working for Cominco.  - At the beginning of the second world  war, they came to the west coast and  lived at Spokane .and then at Everett  where Joe WQrked in the shipyards.  They returned to Canada in 1943, living  first in Vancouver where Mrs. Sallis  ran . rooming house, and later in North  Vancouver. In. 1959 they bought 25 acres  " of land on the west side of Nor'West Bay  where they subdivided and developed the  Eureka property. Joe, Sallis died in St,  Paul's Hospital following surgery in  '���1967. ���   ��� " '  COUPLE   VISIT   EAST  Mr.  and  Mrs.  John  Grognet of Welcome   Woods   are   home   after   flying-to  Montreal for a visit with Mrs. Grognet's  mother,   Mrs.   C.   West   of   Coteau,   40  miles south-east of Montreal. Mrs. West,  though  she  has. reached  the  age  of   91,  lives alone in a big house and is well able  to  take  care  of  herself.  Music  sets   her  feet a-tapping  and she certainly  doesn't  tire easily. She would keep her daughter  and son-in-law  talking  until  around  midnight   and  then   have  a   cup   of   tea .  ready  for  them  at  6  o'clock  next morning.  Mr. and Mrs. Grognet visited Ottawa  and old Quebec where many* of the interesting old treasures are being restored.  They saw Canada's first church, built  around 1030 and an interesting old chateau where they were impressed with, the  fine hand-carved furniture and Ihe beautiful handcrafted silver. The fall colors  were at their most splendid.  Mrs. Alice- Young has returned from  "'Thunder Bay to her home at. Eureka.    ���-,  Guests of Mrs. Bob Trousdell are her  parents,  Mi:,  and  Mrs,  C.  Hemstalk  of  Cowiehan Station.  1  Complete   Line   of   Gifts,  Groceries,  Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat S_.alc.gan  Hwy 101 Phone 885-9414  @ai_iiim!iuuiumiiii.ii]iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiuii____.  MUNDAY MOBILE HOMES  INVITES YOU TO  OREN HOUSE 73  OCTOBER 30 to NOVEMBER 4 (9-9)  (\]��W   MODELS From  N60"6*'  Brentwood,  General,  Leader  FACTORY  REPRESENTATIVES Cr��9 *������� '��>��  : Neonox with a slide presentation. Gerry Isherwood  from Safeway, Dick Conley and Gorden Doyle from  General Leader: All to be available to answer questions on . construction and styles of their respective  products.  FREE   REFRESHMENTS      Free Balloons for the  kids.  Bank' representatives to answer your financial questions.  $200 OFF YOUR PURCHASE AND FREE DELIVERY IF YOU  BRING THIS AD FROM YOUR LOCAL PAPER FROM OCT.  30 - NOV. 4  MUNDAY MOBILE HOMES  6401   KINGSWAY  BURNABY - Phone 437-1184  RGAN Doesn't Give a SHIRT!  HE JUST SELLS THEM  Strait talk  DOUBLE KN.T SHIRTS  by Joan Proctor  POPULAR  MEMPER   Mrs. Sallis was a popular member, of  the Welcome Beach Community Association where her cheerful, happy disposition always brought a spark of gaiety  to Hocial  occasions,  She was an active       -       ���-    - ..,���,..,-*'...,_.   ..,.n..i  lheiV-member-of-lhe*Halfmoon Bay��HoSpi1.al*��^^ UW�� J   ^5^.1  run from Gospel Rock this tlmo. Friday   -Auxiliary,  always ready ..lo.- serve as  a    ActuaHy the thing I resent Is the annual  hoffpitalvyoluntcer or for gift shop or  thrift shop duty. She''wasI generous and  hud recently donated a piano to the ox-,  londed-care unit, njl. St, Mary's Hospital.  As a young woman, sho was a good  pianist, yot sho had hover had a muslq  lesson,In her llfo, In spite of; this, she t  ���1.)ie,boya ran  from, the ferry,, terminal,  along North Road to Elphie,  The Cougars' first game of the season  will ho ogolnsl lho Argyle Pipers on  Nov. in. This game wlll bo a warm-up  and   flcrlmmago    heforo    lho  Princeton  7 tourney, on Nov717 and  1ft,  STqPENT, ACTIVITIES  Sadie Hawkins Day will bo hold on  ��-Nov. ��1 (>T4hls-yeur-��wUh,,4ho,, dance, the  I DON'T know about you, but tho shftUt,  '"trick or treat" brings nothing hut  groans from mo. It's not that 1 have  anything against kids, In their place, ^  (school, orJ.asJcop) they're Just, groat!  Actually the thing I resent Is the annual  act of out and oyt piracy which October  31st seems to-bring,  The kids today don't oven expect tp  do anything for a trout. Last night whon  I asked ono youngster if ho could sing  or dance ho hastily returned his candled  apploa and1 called me a, comm'o ,w|crdo,  played, with orchestras foy, several^  ���  ���  ncmbor of . h|��nfiu|i lias to do with IJ.ls generation's  BOYS' SHIRTS  FORTREL SHIRTS  An much loved and respected member  tho community, sho will bo greatly mlss-  cdrpartlcuarly��nt-Eui;oka-. which* she.had  Romp Evening' fronY 0-12. The band win,waon,o,^b��YnUdrto"wdovolop''-frit>n.''"VirlWor  bo, Northwest Company.., Prlpos are $1,50  to those who havo bought student council cards, and $2 to those who have, not.,  7 In ��� previous years - di'unkcnoi... ,fH>d,  rowdlnoss by certain Individuals ban  resulted In tho administration and sqhool  board' confildorlrig' the' possibility * of dis-'  allowing school dances.       ��� -  '  Tho student 'council urges  the sup*  jwrorthTTfttnra  these occurrences and to holp make tho  dance 1\ success. If Incldonso of thin nnturp  . occut; at the Sadfo Hawkins,Danco ...there,  will simply bo.no more dances. Also,  m-jy, studpnt, found by a loachor, con-  Humlng Intoxicants, oh tho school pre-,,  mlses wlll ho oxpollod, Althouflh all tho  details for Sadie Hawkins ,Day events  hnvo-not-yet-bfcn-decldedr-lhcre-. will-  bo a, mixer during.lho noon hoiu\ with  possibly a locnl band r>laylnrf.  Tho student council hau raised a chal-  noss to, the snug, and grnclou*.. sottlomont  it Is today,        . '  TRAGIC ;:M0)tmr-!7'77v-- 7-.y-> ^  Wop Halfmoon Bay,, October has bepn  a moat tragic' month, with tho loss of  -thrcoa'Of < Its "most 'loved residents, Alf  Ynunf{ of Eureka on Oct, 3, Cunan Alan  Greene on Oct, 10 aj.d tyhu Vera'Sallis,  ��oh��Octr*27^In��oddltlori,^two������rosldontHa'  have had accidents, Wjrn, Anton Kadin  suffered-cutfi-and brui^oa and iho Kadin  car wns^ a total wreck after colliding  with ft foadtrucft o[n OQt;'",-'li3r"0'nii"'lOcl.  24, Mrs, -Ruby Warne * war rubbed'to- si,  Mary's,,Hospital with �� broken hip aftor  a fall at her 'homo. The following day  sho wan transferred to St, Paul's Hospi  way of thinking that you should always  ,bo;,able���tor,got��,8omothlng for', nothing?.  ��� None ofllt wpMld7.com so bad If a thank '  you was heard once In awhile.  Mayb"  tho word's considered archaic now.  Wearing a costume for tho gathering  "of one's spoils Hodms also lo bo 'a.thing  of' the past, The only' necessary e^li--  mont for kids of the 70s seems to ho  ' nn Qxlra .large bag or pillow' Corp." These  never ha'Vo to bo corrlcd far either  because,a doting,parent drives the little  ^bmflitraonri.otf^  Hy station wagon. That way they can  covor'ir touch, larger nroar      '       *  ,.,,Romornljpr. what It-, wed to,,bo llko  yeans ago, when not only th6 costumes  but' 'the treats wore hohPmivclQ' Yo'ii  knew, all your neighbors and rarely von-  uvea1 nut'of your homo block, Someone  PERMANENT PRESS SHIRTS  EXTRA PIG OR TALL SHIRTS  .A...  ���HWMWI^  PLAIN SHIRTS  SPLOTTED SHIRTS  DRESS SHIRTS  fCOWERED SHIRX  STRIPED SHIRTS  WE EYEN HAVE SHIRTS-WITH FACES ON THEM.  MOORTONE  ���lntorlor~Pnlnt^Sfilp^  continues to  November  AC RINTAtSUD;  & BUILDING  MADEIRA PARK  ll......,.,. 883-2585.'.,   usually had-a party whoro spooky games  ,tal..wherQ_sl.oJundei:wQiU.flurgery,���on���Oct,���w��ro-/played.-and -then--you-bobbed���f��r���  2(1, She Is In Bopm 40ft nl St; nwYt. for  ��� ���pP|on   \w\ rofreshmol���lM lopped, off by'  onybody wanting to,send her o messogo.   ������ chocolate, cake with orange Icing ond  happily  trotted homo,  Well,' m I sold earlier! things have  ohongccL jyiuHt go now. My kids orp.loolo  Ing for paper bags full of treats,  Thursday's film show will bo by  courtesy of the British Tourist Assocla-  1'ph., Film.) to bo shown aro "Pub,'. , of  Britain", "London, Qlty For All Sea-  .am", "A Motoring Trip Through tho  Cotswoldfl'7 and "Motor Tour ofWalos'!,  The tlmo  Is 7i30 p.m., "Welcome Beach  i'i f * i t .   ���        . i     . .  et SHIRT from MORGAN'S  "i i  DfMif  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your odvortlslna In this epaco will roach  mora than 2,500 homos (10,000 people!)  eoch weak, It's lho most economical way i.  rooch moro Sunslilno Coast people because  Tlmos ads.gq.Into moro homos than any  other newspaper  produced  In  this  area,  I    Tuesday to  Sunday:  11 a.m. to  M jp.m. ��     ^ ^ISEKENP'' JjPECIAi. !  j���.js.���__-_. ~-i.���...,, .____i_.���- n ���^^||g;'^ ���ryvniv���"I  t  The Times  8��5.9��54 U.ch.ll)    ' na.-aiJl (Olbi on ll  CLOSED MONDAYS  * ��___*# '"'' ��.*"_/ 'W f -**f��rtWa*l��*��tW(.^W  WN*  J*"8?    tVWtJr   V*   MM tJW* fMi *>K9*9*���**4*'1  8o5-23)!fc.  r^eniniuid cAJrive On  Sunslilno-Const  Hvwy^Socliolf  FOOD  FRIDAY,"SATURDAY and' SUNDAY AFTER B, P.M.  ,   ,   I      It       -        ��� I1        at. in,  I ' . ,,,,,,. ,. .       a"     , .,.   ,       ^a    ,,,, ,1     , ,    ���        ,        ,  * Sweet and Sour Spareribs $1.45  A Dry Spareribs $1.10  ,:",,,,i' ;'T*r;friecl' Rice"1' ���'',   ,   (Chlckon. Shrimp or Pork}   7.1. A   ,  4��� ),,��  _| 'Jfcii^^^i^iMiyjwj^.^^^  m *tt$WfaiW'ftlff_90'JI$tt_#'_3_W  #S*S��*W*W(-^^  smmmr^p^mimiim  ���mtpmiM  mmmmm#yMm*fw*w<*t��*&  m^mmitmmmiiM  Mmmmmmm  "-n"^ \  \  .7  Foge A-4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, November 1, 1972     j^E^|_ ESTATE (Cont.)  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  FOR RENT (Continued) FOR RENT (continued)  \    _     _ 1-7 Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  I     IHE PENINSULAJMtteb    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  \  Classified  -v  <4__^____*wM_v_\n&*Ni*4mw**vn&VNA^wh*i0)**f*nB*  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd. \  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  V  *v*UW*nn4V****491*4m*VWmmT99n0VWW*44WV*n*P  OBTTUARY (Continued)  Member, Audit Bureau  ot Circulations  March 31, 1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  ��� $1.10  Three   Insertions   _.._..  $2.20  Extra lines (4 words)   30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers  _  50c extra  v50c Book-keeping charge is added  tor Ad-Briets riot paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thank's/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 Rates-��� ^   By   Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  .$7.00  yr.  U.S.A. *��'-00  yr.  MAYNARD���Lorne E. of Mad-  \ eira Park, B.C., at St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, on October  25, 1972, aged 80 years. Survived by his loving wife Carole  W", 1 son "Captain Royal May-"  nard, Gibsons, B.C., 12 grand-  cfYiidren, 5 great-grandchildren, 4 brothers and 3 sisters.  A memorial service has beeiv  held, followed by cremation.  In lieu of flowers, memorial  tributes in the form of donations may be made either to St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, or to  Suns..inexCoast Senior Citizens  Housing Society, e/o the secretary, Mr. Ben Firth, West  Sechelt,' B.C. Arrangements  through the Memorial Society  of B.C. and First Memorial  Services, Ltd. 763-49  IN MEMORIAM  GREGSON���-In loving memory of a dear friend, Joe,  who passed away November 1,  1971. Sadly missed by Billie  Steele,   Paetkaus.  and   Swans.  756-49  Overseas  .$10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   __  Canada      Single Copies   _$3.50  .5-4.00   15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  ond other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula Times. 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Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is aiso chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work, .  u..,,i tt,;i  COMING EVENTS  ATTENTION .Senior   Citizens  J'ree old lime dance lessons   will  commence ,Qelobuiv.Zr>,, ut.  lho Sochc'lf Lotion Hall. 2 p.m.  - '1 p.m. each Tuesday al! ut-  iQiickuiuo, -wan-iuvls,.,,     JitliMS)  BIRTHS  CARDS OF THANKS  I   would   like   to   express   my  . sincere    thanks    to    all    the  staff of St. Mary's Extended  Care Unit (or the wonderful  care and understanding they  gave my husband 'Bill' Sinclair during his long illness  there, also the kindness and  consideration given myself. A  special 'Thank you' to Dr.  Swan, who has been so much  ���help over so many years. Also  to Mrs. Donlon and Mrs. Pockrant.-���Sincerly   Ora   Sinclair.  7,85-49  WE wish to express our sincere appreciation to the Pender Harbour volunteer Fire  Dept. and all those who helped fight the fire at our log  house on .Francis Peninsula  Road on Saturday, October 21,  last.���Jack  and  Myrna  Noble,  755-49  I WISH to express my sincere  thanks to lhe Doctors and  staff of St. Mary's Hospital  and many friends for the lovely cards, flowers and gifts received.���Dot   Rose. 929-49  ENGAGEMENTS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  .   WESTERN DRUGS  , , , are pleased to sponsor this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extend* Bost - Wishes to the happy  parents.  BARHIE   mkI   Marlon   Hooves  nro   planned   lo   iinnounco  thu birth of ihplr hoii, David  'EdWnrd, fl ��� .bu.. boftwtfa, Tuoh-  clny,  Oclobor   17,   IpG   ut  St,  MuryYi   ill(.ri|...liil,   Hi.i'holl;   u  bi'olhor lor Klt'liui'd anil .lulic   _     ...,���,_,....,.     7U1-I.I,  OBITUARY  fctAU-Iti- aiuliluuly.. <iii   OtMiK  hor^'/lh, ol'IIIVli, Vor.. Hnlllh  nl Ihill'iiKiou liny iihu 7ft yourr..  fcjurvlvod by I 'lirothur, 'A mIn-  toiC'l iiopliovvH, and u nlovo.  itov, J, Wlllliimiuin (MmdiuMud  lho Horvlco In lho Hnvvoy Fun  MR. and Mrs. Raymond Andrew Whitelaw of Vancouver wish to announce the  forthcoming marriage on November 3, 1972 of their daughter Louise llab-to Marvin Kennedy Warnock, son of Mr. and  Mrs. Bill Warnock of Pender  Harbour, B.C. 762-49.  PERSONAL  Finish High School at Home  Canada's Leading  School  FREE BROCHURE  National College  444 Robson, Vancouver  088-4013  ALCOHOLICS "���'Anonymous' ~  Mooting..   8:30   p,m,,  Thursdays, Wilson Crook Community Hall.Ph.  885-9"327r      8(557-lCn  BAI-IA'I Fnlth, informal chats.  ���888-01)88,  980-2078.      108-tfn  4V_7'o  14 acres wesl o\ Langdale   View   property,   treed,  water,-soiMh  slope   R2.   Phftne  886-2861.      ^ 930-tfn  :   EWART McMYNN     _  REALTY & INSURANCE.  Multiple   Listings   Service  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  HQPKINS LANDING: Executive home - 75 ft. waterfront.  The best beach on the coast.  Large family home in excellent condition; ��������� yard nicely  landscaped; large asphalt covered play area, small patio.  Level area from house to  beach. Unsurpassed view of  Howe Sound. An excellent  buy  at  $47,500   F.P.  GRANTHAMS: A compact  home .with the absolute in.  .views. 2 B.R., A-O furnace.  ^Beautifully landscaped lot. Delightfully finished interior.  This outstanding view property is offered for only $16,500  with half cash and balance on  easy terms.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE:  "2.60 acres of attractive, well  treed and level land. This  acreage fronts on 200 ft. of  paved read. Community watei\  Hydro and phone are all available. This is potential vew  property near beach, and close  to store and Post Office. Acreage of this quality is becoming  very scarce; make your offer  now.  F.P.  $14,000.  GIBSONS RURAL: One large  level corner lot - (63x264).  Fronting on paved road with  road allowance on two sides.  Lot previously cleared now  lightly over grown. The only  remaining lot at this price. A  truly good buy at F.P. .$3,500.  WATERFRONT HOMES: We  have some very attractive  waterfront homes in choice  locations at Langdale, Hop-  kin's, and Gibson's. Buy now  before the new spring prices  come out. Just remember;  winter is the time to bargain.  GIBSON'S We have three less  expense two-bed- homes at  $12.000., $14,000., and $15,500.  If it's a nice comfortable home  you are looking for you can't  go wrong on any of these.  GIBSON'S    Brand   New-1,000  sq.   ft.   home.   No   steps   to'  climb, on flat ground, close to  shopping1 and   on   all utilities.  Full asking price only $26,500.  COUNTRY ACREAGE: 5 acres  of choice land with roads in  front  and   up   the  side.  Firm  price $12,000.  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate  Board  160 ACRES beautiful elevated    SPECIAL monthly rates until    WATER-FRONT   house,   San-  property,  some  view,  trails,       May 15. Adults only, no pets.     ..dy   Hook.   $150.   Phone  885-  secluded. Near Secret Cove  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The ��� Times,. Sechelt, B.C..  332-tfn  SELMA Park - 2 or 3 bedroom  home    with-  view.    Utility  room  and  work  shed,  $16,000  cash. Phoiie 885-9571.      697-49  PENDER Harbour waterfront  \ lot. Sheltered, deep, yery  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,-500. Phone 886-7374 or  write box 708, Gibsons.  8202-tfn  SAKINAW LAKE: This little  gem will give you many  weeks, months,\ years, of happy  holidays, fishing, water skiing.  90' sandy beach, boat float in.  Cozy cabin goes as is with all  furnishings, dishes etc. Large  deck to accommodate that  Bar-B-Q party. Buy now at  off  season price  $27,500.  Howe   Sound   waterfront    lot  with good road access, clean  beach and good moorage. Only  $11,500 on terms.  A home for the larger family  to enjoy!  4 bdrm. Post and  Beam. From the front entrance  foyer   step   into   a   charming  living-room  with  lovely  granite fireplace and wall of windows   to   take   advantage    of  the view. Family room across  end of house doubles as breakfast    area    readily    accessble  from . galley     type     kitchen.  Large   utility,   2   baths,   W-W  carpet    throughout.    Blk.    top  drive to attached garage.  Private  rear courtyard for those  k.7i mate     Bar-B-Q     parties,  after   a   quick   swim   at   the  nearby   beach.   Small   prolific  kitchen garden, fruit trees all  go to make this the outstanding buy of the year. The low  .price and .easy terms will surprise  you.  Level   65'   X   130'   lot   close   to  beach, P.O. and shops. Only  $5,250.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LfSTING  SERVICE  8230-49  i  FOR RENT  Ruby     Lake     Motel/    R.R.I.,    2339.  Madeira Park. Phone 883^2269  566-tfn  4   ROOM   house,   -Inlet   Road,  Sechelt.  Phone  112-922-4038.  469-49  ROOM   and   board,   $131   per  month. Ph. 883-2512.    733-49  TWO      bedroom      waterfront  'home on Francis Peninsula.  Partly    furnished,    references.  Phone 883-2378. 745-49  2 BEDROOM mobile home,  and car ��� garage, at Bargain  Harbour. $125 month. Olli  Sladley Realty. 883-2233 or  987-8802.  ��� 772-51  AVAILABLE November 15th  for approximately 6 months "  comfortable fully furnished- 2  bedroom mobile home. Located  Sundance Court, Sechelt.vElec-  tric rSnge, hot water, fridge,  propane furnace, w/w carpeting living room and hall, full  bath with tub and shower,  double glass windows. $150  per month. Refs. required. Ph.  .885-9427.^ 769-49  FURNISHED 2 bedroom waterfront cottage at Halfmoon  Bay, til June 30. Refs. please.  JPhone 885-9534. 771-49  SEMI-FURNISHED     3     room  cottage, oil heat^ fridge and  electric stove'. Phone 885-9090.  73851  2 BEDROOM waterfront home  (mostly   furnished),   Gower  "Point area. Oil heat, fireplace.  Nov.-- March 31. $200 mo. No  pets.  112-263-6565. 744-51  773-49   ���'    '   ��� ^- -   -\-    ��� ���  FURNISHED cabin, all found.  Phone 883~-2697. 737-49  MOTEL units for winter" ren-  , tals,. Madeira Park area, to  qtiiet reliable adults. Box 741,  c/o Peninsula Times, Box .310,  Sechelt, B.C. c      741-51  \jk��h  WANTED TOJtENT   2     BEDROOM     cottage     for  young couple. Secluded waterfront" preferred.  Call collect  879-1325. . 757-49  HOUSE for winter. Phone 885-  9048. 759-49 .  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,  adding  mac-  hines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn .          >   DRESSMAKING   and   alterations. Phone 886-7589. 470-tfn  COLLINS Handyman Service.  Duroid  roofing  and repairs,  digging,      hauling,      panting,  carpentry  etc.  Ph.  885-2391.  676-tfn  COLLINS Handyman Service.  Duroid  roofing  and repairs,  'digging,      hauling,      painting,  light  carpentry.  Ph.  885-2391.  645-tfn  HOUSEWORK,     hotel    work,  babysitting,    waitress,   store  clerk, nurses aid dietary maid,  etc. Carol, Phone 883-2283.  736-51  YOUR   painter   is  now  available. Phone 885-9781.   754-51  _PHONE  886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS  WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  8229-49  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WINTER    accommodation  available,   Oct.   1st   thru   May  1st.     Lowe's     Madeira     Park  Motel.  Ph.  883-2456.      529-tfn  COTTAGE, 2 bedroom, partly  furnished.    Roberts    Creek.  Business   couple.   Phone   886-  7316. 764-tfn  REAL ESTATE  TWO ITvo' aero' blocks, Olovnt-  od proporty within v'l"��f.Q  ol' Socholt, In popular subdlv-  IhIoii area, Write Box 310, c-o  PonhiKula Tlmos, Socholt,,  333-t.n  ilousis I'or mile���2 yoimTol?, -  Ii I>..(.roomn, I)Ik nil Illy room  niitl kltchon and living room,  j;��()l)...H|.,,,J'U,,LoL.lH���00���by,,,2(ni������  (���oilli'iilly lot'iilod'nf illlk'i'd��|,i  Avo��� (.||....iiin IU!, Kull ni'loo  '$-"",��'���(". $5,001) lo $11,01)11 clown,  Willi ��'uny Ivi'iii-.-,' Wi'llu Uox  7)7, o/o Box UU),- PanliiHiil..  TiinoH, Hocludl, ad,'     717-1 I'll  F1VK   it.-r-.ri   ol'   liind���Almont  'fully  clonral  with' loin  of-  ovorm'ooiiH   roinnlnliiH-   Small,  400   mci,   I'I,   ciibln,   y\\\\   blR  PENDER HARBOUR  OYSTER   LAGOON:   Lovely   parkllkc   lot   on   Kent   Road,   good  building  or  mobile  homo _ito7 Asking   $6,000 on  easy  terms,  WATERFRONT:, Protected,moorage and a beautiful vlow are tho  rnain'fedtures of this Bargain HarboiirW^  3  room  cabin  which  Is  no groat  shakos,  but could  bo.  Prlco  $19,500 terms,  WATERFRONT: 275' of deep protected' moorage on 4 beautiful  acres In tho hoart of Madeira Park, Property-has, boon landscdpod  and proparod for resort buildings with all roads and campsites  ��� completed, $50,000..        X7  ,. ���,. CHARLES ENGLISH 'LIMITED   :"V  -PAL:ESTATE AND 4NSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC ANd' APPRAISALS  GlbsoftsvB.C,,.,,  886-2481  ornl"^Home*nn~MH.CTflny  bor Slnl, nt J{ p.iii, Interment KIiik Howl, CUbHoiiH. Full pluo  ,S��u Vlow CumuWy, DunuUoi.H ,.$11,1)01),  $1000  down,  biUmioo,7,  muy bo nuido to tho lloll'moon ul   bunk   lntoi'OHU,WrllQ  Box  Buy  AnxlUnry of SI.  Mnry'n 710, e.o Ponlimuln TI men, Box ���  HoHpllul. ��� ���  .-     ,  'HUJ-10 , ,:HU,a auciiuH,, B.C.. .710:1.-1  ''V   I"'  LTD.   ���  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  Box-779, Gibsons,-I3.C,  "LOW-POWN-PAYMENT-  You can purchaso this lovoly 3 bedroom homo  for c|:i low aa ^2,000 ^ownr'pliwaov'finorlaaao.'  Your monthly paymonla will probably bo lower  -1 han-4 h��^��nUYPu*araa*p,^  ��a-brond��nov^iomo��wlthj^  V% baths, utility room and lov6|y largo* kltchon,  Vlaw lot 80' x 12S'. Call ANYTIME for an ap-  olntmont lo vlaw,     ,  MUST BE SOLD, A gold seal houso on Davis Road,  owner built In 197 V. Ideal for largo family, has 4  bodrooms, 2 bathrooms, family room as YYolLas [IV-  J ng^r,fiQ.ra*QQ.ij.lto  room, unfln. roc, room and much moro, Prlco reduced  to $35,900. forms - cash to NHA mortgage .THIS ,  ...,,,, .,*,,. .��� CAN,P'E,,YOMPSt ^ w_   BIG liEVEL tOTriovolftro^ RcdrobffsRoaplrldopI  for hollclay-rollromont, and only !|i6,000,,00.  GIBSONS VILLAGE, Lqrge lot with -nico trees and,  ........ _...;_-^|Q^oFqaiQT^0r ���-  I        I      ' w������l'fl"lW��''.l'"^'**lli""'"''wl���1"*'"","< 'I  Nearby vlow 3 bedroom ramblor on largo l6t. Well  bullt:-Somo vlow too, F,P, $22,900,' Tor|ns avqllablo   or try your offors on cash.  Roilromonl homo on qovernment >qr.n lot clono to  Glbaons;! shopping qnd brfach, ?. boclrocimn, flroplaco  . In LR., utility, -T�� 13,500,00,     "* ~'"   '" T  REVENUE; Duplex nowlyromodollcd, 2, bodrooms In  ' oucli unit, $23,500,'Lut-tholroht pay .your morltJUQo. .,  SCHOOL ROAD Glbsons7dno aero of land, sultdbla  ^f(_rTapdTTTriennKri6nTTalH*dwel^  Coll Lorrlo Girard 886-724 . or 886-7760.  ���--  VIEW -���2 bedroom modern homo, Plroplaco, carport, sundeck,  cnsulto, guost house,  l:,P, $23,000,  LISTINGS'-t-WANTED :  i >���.    ,,      <  K. A.. Crosby   886-2098 -  J.   E. White  886-2935  J, Vlsser 885-2300 - M|ko Blanoy 886-7436  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  ��� ESTATES LTD'mmn 885-2241*  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR  CHOICE WATERFRONT,  VIEW  LOTS OR  ACREAGE���CALL    LEN    &    SUZANNE    VAN  EGMOND���Local 885-2241 or Direct from  Vancouver MU5-5544.  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   Days   885-2241,   Eves.   885-9683.  FOR RENT ��� HALFMOON BAY  Older 2 bedroom home on 5 niece acres. Close to school. Oil  heat $80.00 per month. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND  Days 885-2241 Eves. 885-9683; '    .   .  3 BEDROOM HOME  On a large comer lot. Lovely fireplace, wall to wall in living  room. Walkmg 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.  Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND 885-2241 Eves. 885-9683.  VIEW LOT 90x300  Over % 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 bodrm. 22x24.  Rec  rm. WW carpets.  Fireplace  , In largo y|ow liy. rm, 2 large lots. Landscaped Horse barn 500'  "��� to' safopUbllc beachr Real valilevar $33,9007 Terms. Call'SUZANNE or LEN VAN feGMOND 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, ovos. 885-9683.-  ���if fl***Mffii%WtSi!w^4��  ����__��--_t__i:;ofrTsEC|:|E1.T���  Nice roslclonti-il lot, close to all facilities; ready to build on���  only $5,500. Call- LEN -or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, Days 885- ���  2241, ey^s, 885-9683.  DAVIS BAY  Watorfront location, Flat lovol lot. 4 rm. cottage. Landscaping  all dono, Good accossHtOTfpHighway, Electric hoat,,F.P. r 5*5,900,  Call JgcK or Slan Andorson Days 885-22^1, Evos, 885-2053 or  "885-23857 '" '"��� "'" " '���'"'"    '���'  " ""  ., ^wAim&!^J^^J^o^^ _��� ,.���  70' ?. 230'.Barvlcocl lot, Doop \yatar suitable \qr aJIbah,Arbutua7  , irooit. No landscaplno nacassary, Good access from tlio road,  Full Price $15,750,00, Call Jack or Stan Andorson, Days 885-   ��    -  2241, ovos, 885-2053 or 085-2385.  *   ' WATERFRONT ' ' 'V  Halfmoon Bay plcjqr IioiViq bn ovor an Aero of Ground, Ovor 100  - foot watorfront-,��� Nlcoly- land-capod grognclB, ��Lovol to-tho wator.,,  Protected excollont garago and workshop, Call Jack or Stan Andori-  eon, Day 885-2241, ovos, 885-2053 or 885,2385,  REDROOFFS ROAD  Sarpdint Day area; 70' x ^90' trood lot R 2 xonod.-i Pavod rtoad,  Full prlco $3,950,00, Torms can ba arrangocl, Call Jack or Stan  Andoibon, dayi. 885-2241,'avbs, 885-2053 or 885-2385.'   "  '   '  ,  ;    " TREED; RECREATION LOt   Approx, Vrf aero on quip'. ulip'ott-A ��l,irnt walk to boach, Drlvo'v}dy  on' thrprot-orty, Full prlco $4^00,00,- 10%,dawn, teqll'. Jock'��*r  Sr_in**Anderaonrdoy''" 685.2241> - evo��,.-B8S-2053 -o'r-a65-J3ft5.-  ROfifeRtS Ck'EEK/    Roa|dont|ol'|6t�� 70'?. 150',,C|oorod and ready for building, Thaao  |al�� aro all Borvlcatl and havo a pavod mrool.fi.ll prlco $5,950,00,  20%- tlnwn, Call Jack or Stnn Andorhon, dnyn 085.2241, ovoh,  nnn-.aoMnr.flnB.wnfl, ���    .   .      7 B  GI^SQNS ACREAGE        -     '������ .     ���'  Reid Road 1?,,7 acrtm with 640 fl, rood fK>fit<?gn, Somo cloirlnfl,  "harbecn*tlDnnr-Small^cabln-'On"proporty,-'-pronttntly~rcfitcdrFull7  prlca   $35,000,00, Tonm,  Call  Jack or Stah  Andorson,  daya  883-2241, eyes, 805-2053 ur 88!>.2385,    ���  ������~E^ELT VILLAGlTT  ,       .       '.  ��_5^B^dwnl^rJ_i^iUow c^  Floor to celllna hootllflor ffrcfiTdco, Piillt.Tn rdngo, Carfio w  "nvinflTOomrThl'"'' q-tvro M6roy dwelling wlth-v.all-to^v.all corpoto.  throughout. 1550 r,q, ft, Shako roof. F.P, $36(?00, Torms.Call  Sinn or Jack Andorwn Days 085-2241 or Evos. 005-2385 and  805*2053. _ ...  ,  ,    . *  SELMA PARK RETIREMENT   .  2 bedroom vlaw homo, Now condition, Largo 20' living room,  ' Fenced, landicopedtmall lot', Closa lo storo and beach, A/E hoat,'  Nlcoly docoratod.  Real voluq ot  $16,500, Call Jack or Stan  Andorson Days 885-224) Evo��, 085-2053 or 805-2305,  \  GARDEN BAY       \  Attractive   3   BR   home���approx.   100'   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_. yiew  acres on  Francis Peninsula.  Approx.   3,900  ft.   of primary  road  constructed   to  service   approx.   56   lots.   Potential   for   30*  more ~  lots. Water main on  S.E.  boundary of property and own  gravel  pit also on property. Asking price $150,000 with very good terms.  BROOKS COVE���HALFMOON BAY  194' deep waterfront with-3 BR Panabode home (4" cedar) with  sundeck, full bathroom, propane range and fridge. All furniture,  dishes, bedding, etc, included. No electricity. Access by path  on|y���850 ft. from parking  lot to, house. Immediate possession.  $29,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  2   BR  partially  furnished  older home on  large view  lot overlooking Lee Bay. Close to Marina and Govt, wharf. $13,500  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Mixal    Lake���157   acres   with   timber���550'    waterfront���  $50,000.  2. Dark Cove, ���Jervis  Inlet���Approx.  1   mile waterfront���184  acres���3 good buildings���$150,000.-  3. Secret Cove aiea���160 acres���roads and trails throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  5.  Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1,800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive landscaped lot with fruit trees. A few  hundred ft. to school, stores and. marina. Washer, dryer, range  and fridge included Jn price of $3 2,00 0-  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view-lots bn 72 lot subdivision.  Prices from  $3,700 to  $10,000.  Some-cleared-ready  for building.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, marinas and post  office. One steep lot at $3,000/ the balance priced from $6,000  to $10,000.  WARNOCK ROAD  Level    lot,    79'x200'.   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   heating,  small guest house, float. $125,000.  ���KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY 101  ���Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses, roads throughout property. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  BARQAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  Good oldor homo, 2 BR on main floor, 2 BR on upper floor; oil  furnaco, olectrlc range, frig and some furniture.,54,ft. level wator-   front lot. Asking $29,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Olclor 2 BR partially furnished "homo with basement. Oil furnaco.  "* Clpso^to^storeSr'sch^  i .   , .  ���,.,.. ,.���;. ,,,,,y)E^,LQXS,^.GARPE|S:,JAX,,J   Vory largo parkllko lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6;000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Ruby Lakb,105',........$13,509   7>^,Flshor, Island .$16,500' ,  90' $ 18,500     88' _�� $ 18,!. 00  54' boach front, with  14' trallor   $18,000  I"2V,l'I^;2l��acro^ ....r'...-,���._.___:._-._, ��� $50,0001 ���  .....���.,....,/....,,...     MADEIRA PARK  Spacloua A BR ranch stylo homo, built 1970, Eloctrlc hoat, flroplaco, copportanp ranga aiic| frlo, Included, 'o'xcollant Y^w,'' Plus���  ;  ���fully* Iniiulalod shop bulling  wlilfti would'qpnvort, to a nico ���  rental noma,  Closo to school;  stores and marinas,   $37,500, '  _\m  EARL COVE  Unflnlshod summer cottage with suhflbek, pn nico vlow, lot, Closo  '      SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT' ���' ;  1, Sakinaw Lako���13,8 acros���approx, ,350' cholco watorfront���-  $33.000..    . , a   ......   , '  2, Oyator Bay���-nearly 10 hcrqulp ponrJor Harbour���-approx, 550'  waHtiriit.nl^rT^W'Sr libuap-rr'k^ljl, Vi;oop���-$;45,p00. 7      >  3, Edm^nf-^VOir 7  tfcrotfctfpfr&K. iSoO', waitirfronlvrAoicelloht  site for'mobile',heme'p'a'kir-(3<iy"'d',M<ip|o' Rd, runs thrftuflh  "*���*���"' pr6^arlya^$50,000,j'" *", ���; y^- 7;; j'- ;���. -y->**���- ������*- * - - ���"- ���-  '   L6f AT^A^'lftA'PAfek '  100'xl72' lot���fow hundred .foot tb t,tords, sqhool, marinas, and  1    Govt,'wharf, $5,000.     ' ',   \  f ,.-.        '   NEAR"MADEIRA PARK    .' ;i". ������ ,  Mnar npw 2 fiK'htttnn ot\ approx,- % acrn lovol lot,-|-|on nlnctrlq  1     hoallfig, flf��f>|aco, Moraoo ahd '(jarpart. $21,000,!  '.���.': lagoon |^^ADT^���^7:'r^���  3 uuud building lulu, oai.yvyu|k, tu  .chuul, ��tui��ju, |wi,t ullluo .and  1 ,      marlnau, $6,000 oach,1   , ,���   ���  ���  < ��� .  * I ��� ���     . ,        j.   7 ,  -Mony othtrvlew���<*.*.iyrot��rfr(?nt l9>r��-ln.ih��<Pi��n<l��r-H*r'*op-or��_��r  .' EL* Wm E 7l:?:JjJ7-_.. n��'/% ��� m07 mi^lM  '2'7.A>\.--.i^.i ^j.-.y077y2^^B^7'������'������'7:���..:..'���        :7-t7,-::--7 .-w.-  ^y^y^y  REAUTY LTD.  Madolro Park, B.C.     ,  Phono Pondor Harbour 883-2233  '.  :-���$  1��  ���A  ���_\  ti  t  la  .  \]  i  _B��WBft1it.!apWBHW�� i-'Mif.i'miiWMiwliyi  r^w^nmam>f*l-  01W-*��l*C<WfrWi*wjWWK.  ammii ifti,Wt-WffMli_WjW��,  mtHmer. '����m��Wn��WHa*)WIW��.  n_4*WMMfM4WMWyM  HWUfH^BWOWiiliDf (wWFWW.bMWMWW_i����H;ii  .������- -<j%ll * *^��^.* V  M&fA-.  \  \  X  '\  \  "-^  V  ^,7m*tyyi v.  "    7   if  7 k  W6RK WANTED (Cont.)        MORTGAGES*  '���FURNACE    installations    and  burner > service.    Free   esti-  mates.  Ph. 886-7111.        3(\tfn  MAR^HA^LS Bulldozing "R^i  Secheit.   Ph.   885-9067   evenings. 671-49  PEERLESS TREE  x ;   SERVICES *  A complete Tree Service  Phone 885-2109 s  , . 8231-tfn  ISt AND 2nd MbRTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  7    \ "     Recreational  All types pf real estate" financing  including  builders  loans.  1Tast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE" "  CORP.  LTD. ^  7        2438   Marine   Drive;  West -Vancouver,   B.C.  Phone   926-3256  8227-*tfn  JOHN BpEEN  Real  Estate &  Insurance  Pender Harbour - Egmont - Eari's Cove  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA ��� Good business proposition with winter income. Qwher Requires change.  Just $60,000 FP; offers on down payment.  ��� -        - 4  ���  \  ACREAGE-^Approx. 7 acres on Highway  101; with  500' of frontage. FP $15,000.  SEMI-WATERFRONT LOT���Nicely treed, good location,  water  and   power  available.  40nly   100   paces  from beach. FP $.7000 with Vi down.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���6Vi acres with 425' of  beach;  700' on  highway.   Ideal  for Marina,  Hotel-  Motel or what have you. Or, ideal for condominium  for 4 or 5 families.  FP $49,900.  .     I, NEED LISTINGS  Call John  Breen at 883-2794 (24 hours)  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  PHONE:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  SELMA PARK #2679  Good-one bedroom home on corner lot. large rooms; sundeck and  outbuilding. Asking $14,750, only $2,000 down, balance at $120  per month. Can you RENT for this amount Excellent starter  for   young   couple.   CALL   PETER   SMITH   885-9463   evenings.  DAVIS BAY #2543  View  lot,   basically cleared.   66'x 187',  road  at  front,  street  at  rear, excellent access, plus view. All services. Asking $5,950. A  fine   area  of  all   new   homes.  CALL   BOB   KENT   885-9461   or  PETER SMITH 885-9463 evenings.  PENDER HARBOUR #2669  Wanted a lot in Pender Harbour, can't hack the dollars? Here  you can! Your choice of many fine lots, all exceed 7500 sq. ft.,  nicely wooded, some with view, close to water, and serviced by  domestic water and hydro to property lines. Priced from $4,950 to  $6,00;0, pay only 30 per cent down, good terms on balance. CALL  DON   HADDEN   885-9504   or   PETER   SMITH   8,85-9463   eves.  \HELP WANTED  ������. . ,     : ..^   BABY sitter wantec|���mature  women .wanted for occasional babysitting .ij. our home in  Madeira Park; two children,  ages \y-> years, 8'years, also  ,'toaby expected in 6 weeks/  Own transportation - helpful,  but not nfecesSafy, Ph. Maureen  Lee  at  883-2563-. \. 705-50  ELEXTRQLUX   gales.   &   Service,-.   Sechelt    and    Pender  Harbour   areas.   Ph.   886-298'9.  744-51  LABORERS and flagmen from  the Sechelt area will be re-  . quired for work on a local  paving project which will begin in a few weeks. Please  iia-ail enquires fo: O.K. Paving  Co. Ltd., 760 Topaz Ave, Victoria. .Attn. Mr. R. Baldwin,  LF-1272, ^746-51  FULL TIME baby siter required in Roberts Creek  area. Must have own, ride or  transportation. 1 child. Phbne  886-9951.       . 766-49  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT  Steel Spar Operators  Fallers  Grapple Operator  Part Time Assistant Time  Keeper, 2-3 days a week  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110. Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 88^-2435, after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw 9249-48  CARS & TRUCKS*1  1969 CHEV V_ ton 350-4 speed  excellent   shape,   many   extras.   $2500.   Apply   P.O.   Box  727, Sechelt. 679-49  1959   FORD   station   wagon,   6  cyl.   std.   trans,   radio,   snow  tires, original two-tone yellow  and'%hite"'welrKept,'''$250."'Ph'7  886-7858. 934-49  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.) - LIVESTOCK  GRANTHAMS<-"HIGH VIEW ���    #2717  Side-by-side duplex or large family home, 1500' square feet,  undergoing renovation. ,Twp��� -JO.ts. each containing combined  living room - kitchen, two bedrooms arid bathroom. Half basement, 10Q amp, electric service, automatic oil furnace. Good  opportunity for carpenter-invpstor. Full price only $18,500. CALL  C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015 evenings.  GIBSONS AREA #2520  8 acres of good farmland with water, hydro and phone. Liveable  two bedroom cottage, paved rood. Try your terms on $20,000.  CALL JACK WARN 886-2681 evenings.  DAVIS BAY    ��� .,-���������        #2398  Large cleared lot 72' x 278' on Arbutus Drive, black topped  road, hydro and water, partial water view,, About the lowest  priced lot in the area, at $5;500 with $2,000.down, balance at  $72,38 month Including interest. Fine Investment, lot prices are  -       still going up, CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 evenings.  WEST SECHE-LT t m ,, #2722  ,,  Country-atmosphere"but/ wltli amenities of hydro; phone, "city"'7  water. Over half acre unobstructed sea view with beach access  just steps,away.   Southerly  outlook to Trail   Islands anch-Gulf������  Waters. Clear title' available on completion of new survey, Just ���'  $2,500 down. F.P, $7,500. CALL BOB KENT 885-9461   eves,  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT #2657  2 slde-by-sklb watorfront lots,  MO foot frontage, no buildings,  -facing��.west��4o�� glorious ��sun_Qts,..good~buil.llng%sltas,,.*,waler.��and,���_,  hydro, Lot us discuss financing with you on total asking price of  $28,000,  CALL DON  HADDEN  885-9504 or   PETER  SMITH  .-a..-.-.-,.*-.4-.--.-.a,.-,-,-..,,.i. ,.885-9463 evenings,   SECHELT - HACKETT STREET     �� #2593  Excollont lovol cleared lot In aroa of good homos,  Near stores  and   school.   $575Won   forms  of   $5,250  cash,   CALL  C,  -R.  ���*> ���       GATHERCOLE 8��|6-2705 evening..,  'GOWER''' ���"���' "������'' '- ���*"������������ ���-     '���-��� " -- ���'   ��� --��������������������� ���"#2521  15 minutes- from Langclalo to this 100 ft, frontage proporty at  Gowor Point. Wldo opon vlow of gulf, good llhhlng nncl clean  ��� cobble beach In franrrThrco -cabins, forms on $25,000. CALL  JACK WARN 886.2681 ovonlnn-Ja -     a  SI-LMA PARK   " "       ;������ "<V2723"  Grand, spankln' now,, throa boclroom homo, now noorlnji com-  plolloi. on vlow' lot to'raf Solma Park. Qulot nlrlo road, VV II    ;  qualify f<5r Gov't Second Moilgan.. $Q,QQQ, Try your rmmnahja  clown'poymcnl- on lho Full Prlco of $33,000. Phono* BOB KbNT  .....,8,85-?'161 ovonlngs or anytime allien 88B-22Q5. ..,.,,.,.,���......  SEI.M.A PARK "^ "~       n".  7      '*$  ,��QnQ..of.4l|.Q<4lnoq.wylavy*Jat0j.l0ll*u^  ' bedroom mobilo homo all ready lor occupancy, 11 has boon ap��  Proved ,by CSA.Jlio,J'MWdlnb.in��n^tori.a.nri lho Bank, Lot ��� slw  16,450 sq. fl. Full prlco. $-17,900. To vlow CALL DON1 HADDEN  BB5.9504 ovoa,  SECHELT  #2423  Satofc aplondor from llvlno room plcti.ro window, Truly a IjooMll-  (ul homo located on lot Wllh accos. lo boach ond fishing. Monlor  bodrooma-on main.floor,aLarocsallvlno.room with flroplaco foalur- ,  nnd walls of"'cupboards, 'Nl bosomont with oir fiimaco ond  clomostlc hot wator and'rouohed In Roc, room, aM with Ornpiaca.  F.P. only $37,900,'MW."b cfodlf nnpinyod imrclwinor, CALL  HOB .KENT 8tis^46l ovonlnas or 86>M3B (or your fnvqrllp  nalonman,  DAVIS BAY    i    - -  ���--.��� ���������"���������"  ���������   i   ,'//26��14.",  Plnflnco your own rotlromont 'with this duplex on excelloni���vlow ���  I'X jMftl a bloqlvfrom lho boach at-Mbir^n,Bfi|f���4-  Irnoms.qnd 9|0 sq, ft, Ml pr^iMMOO-lor dololln ond  I IOC  lfl'ppoiijjmontj^l.U^JUW^^    ASK FOR' FREE CATALQGUI. OF REAL ESTATE  AGENCIES UP,  Box 155, Sichelt-  ~* .-7..,,,   .Phono 885-2235  Or Call Toll Froo from tho Greater Vancouver Aroq  Zenith 2012  (E.&O.E.)  . 1/  19&6 PO^TAIC Parisienne P.S.  P.B. 327x\\�� auto conso.,Ph.  885^9985. 7   723^50  -- ���  ���    v -���_  'm VOLKSWAGEN, 7 wheels.  very   good   condition,   $1200.  Phone -885-9506:   " ���'"���' '   753-49  -j���'��� ;��� _-__i���  BOATS & ENGINES  17 FOO'T plywood boat*: with  no motor, can be rigged for  inboard or outboard^ B license and 100-\ fathom of 4V4"  creek sockeye net. $550 cash.  Phone. 883-2673.. 668-49  BETH M6&RIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  -���  ~Lg rge-se I eetion-of���Rl easur^  and Commercial Crafts and *  Engines.  Good  Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M. THiggs.  Box  374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space available,  all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,   West  Sechelt.   Ph.  885-  2375. 665-51  MOBILE home for sale, 10'xS5'  unfurnished, very good cort-  diton. Phone 886-9328.     932-49  [OBILE 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-  9369 eves. 603-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SELL  NEWSLETTERS  Britains oldest established  newsletter requires agents.  Payment: by good commission  on sales of newsletter subscriptions etc. Write Box 9229 c/o  Peninsula "Times, P.O. "'310,  Sechelt, B.C. 9229-50  x\  FOR SALE \  _, ,  -\   \.  ->,���.���_  AT STUD in 1973 % ArabXPin-  to Stallion "Sh'ami_;o", grey  and white,. "Raffles" and  '"Mirage" breeding. Fabulous  disposition and Arabian action.  Inquiries to Mrs. J. Clarke.  Phone  886-7553. x 747-49  "gWif _ feeds ��� ti. Jacobson,  ���'Swift dealer. Npt'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 88&J.369.. dhic^  keh fee^s - tloHe feed - _rtog  feed 7 Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by \rt-der.    258-tfn  QUALITY^ FARM' SUPPLY  \    under New Management  Alfalfa $3.50 bale  'Straw $1.30 bale  Local Hay  Purina Dog  &  Cat  Foods  ----^Purina  Chin  Chow  "Purina Omolene  Complete Line of Feeds .  Pratt Road, West Gibsons  Phone   886-7$27  8232-49  PETS   V   \  FREE  to  good  homes,  month  v old puppies, part black Lab.  Phone  885-2080. 682-49  KITTENS, 2 orange, 1 black &  white.     Crossbred.   puskie  puppies. Ph. 1385-2680.     670-49  FIREPLACE vvooft.for ;sale-v  - Dried\alder,-maple and firv  Phone 883-2417. 684-tfn  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, November 1,1972, Page A-5  FOR SALE (ContWd) '-'FOR SALE'(Continued)  .REALTY LID.  6550 E. Hastings St., Burnaby 2, B.C.  This 2 bedroom full bsmt. home located on a 98' x 148' view lot  in Gibsons hos to be one of the best buys in the area! Auto oil  furnace, F'place, and wall to wall in the L.Rm; Full price includes  close to $4,000 of furniture and near' new appliances. Make' your  offer to-day on the exceptionally good buy ��� with or without  furnishings, Must be sold!  .DAVIS BAY .,,....,   Just listed ��� 2 bedroom  1000 sq. ft. home on approx, 80' of  watorfrontage with over Va  an acre, ONLY $28,500 Full Prjco.  PORPOISE BAY WATf-RFRRONT  An older At rm. summer cottago Is on this 50' wldo lot, presently  .-rented at. $100.por-mo. 'Easy accossto.a decent beach., It's,yours,  for only $16,500.  WANT A SUMMER RETREAT? ��� $900 DOWN!  Unbollovable but true! Lpcatod on Redroofs Road near Coopers  ,,,)Gr,ecn*on,���approx,.���Jw^  ONLY $12,500 Full Price,  HOBBY FARM ...      Largo 3 bedroom homo on ovor 2 acros located In tho Vlllogo of  Gibsons, This typo of proporty Is hard to find! .Property Is cloarod  ancl landscaped ancl has 2 guest cottages ann| a  6-slall barn.  ROBERTS CREEK.-��� FARMETTE  Approx7 4 acres'of gonllo sloping] 'proportyJoffarlrKl �� fqntasljq  vlow of Gulf of Georgia* and Van. .Island,"Approx 100 sq, ft.  3 bedroom stucco homo plus onl'l.nlldlnnn. Try to oqiml this  opoal ONLY $22,500 Full Prli  ICO,  /���  WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS   ' '  Js. q. larpo, |o|. with a fantajitlc unobstructed vlow and yot- closo  *" to lho beach, I've |i.st listed ono al Gowor Point '��� $5,850,  DO/ YOU 'WANT f\ CHEAPIE OR A LOW^' DOWN ;PAYMENT?  125' x 200' lot closo,. to Sargoanla Bay (po sorvlcos ��� availablo)  BUT It's only $2,250 F,P,��or try $1,000 tlown and bal, at $50  , ppf, mo,,l^n.,i)i!�������pMihorr),p^pp3M^    NR, HOPKINS-��� WATERFRONTAGE  ferY>��dy JiiosKJng $40,000 - $50,000- for..thp|r_.wqtorfrQnt. Iigmo.���_,  Tlrtlhls aroa, If you can't afiarcno pay Ihoso prices |TH EN iwi  should bo looklno at thin oldor but livable 2 bedroom cottaqo on  "80' of rqa.1 nico sand and'pobblo boqch, Llva1 In ll"whllo you  ,build your droam.homo, This you can afford bocauso Jt'n.ONLY  $22,500.  '   ��� ^ ?.       .  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONTAGE  If you'ro Inclined lo hnyo tho best, Ihon thl. la for you, Ovor 1%  acros of subdlvldablo property, wllh   111' oh, watorlroniago,  A  |ovo|yk1500 sq, ft, homo thai lias |o bo soon to bo appreciated  "plus a'nucsf cottarjo, Private "(|ock"anrl float > fully serviced wllh"  ��� wator fend-power, Prlcod ln< lho high.60'a.with lormn availablo,  WHAT MOST faQpUt WANT    ��� ,< '    .    ,  Is q good lovol trocd |o| closo to tho boach In Pondor Harbour,  Thon, you can buy this sight unnoonl 03' x M0' |pmi than 200,  t .fool' to whoro you'll moro your booty Thin Is a booutlful lovol  '" lot, yot It offors a gbocl VloW, This has to |>o tho buy of tho yoar  ��� at ONLY44i��00 FhII Prlco wllhtorms availablo,   ,    ,    ,,,,,,,  '   i r- ~ '��� '  Thon and only then1 you can fully appreciate this 2 bedroom full  .hasomnnt custom built homo that was do.Ignod for bo||\ Indoor  , and outdoor llvlnQ.lt'et nltualod on a'. lovoly.230 dogroo rustically  landscaped and approx, % aero lot. This exceptional and ono-of-  a-KInd property Isnow Nlnn bfforod at tho Bank appraiser's prlco.  FIREWOOD���$15-per cord de-  slivered.   Ph.   885-9067   6ven-  ings;      �����   _��� 672-49  d-OOD utility trailer, steekbox  9' x 4'2" clear iiiside. Lights  ahd. licence.   E.   T.   Wi^gajis'  Madeira Park. Ph. 883-2485.-  '    V   ��� ' ��� 685-49  20 CABIN cruiser, fibreglas,  over ply, 90 HP, Evinrude  needs some finishing, $1800 or  offers. Phone 886-7119 after 7  p.m. 726-50  -1 YEAR old 4 x 8^ool table,  very    good    coiidltioji,    $285  . new - only $150, with 3 cues;  snooker balls and cue rack.  Boat trailer for up to 14' boat,  $50. Ph. 885-2675. 730-tfn  ^TWO  bedroom  mobile Home,  12' x 44'. CSA .apiaro.ved.   1  year old, $7,000. Box 751, c/o  Penihsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C. 751-51  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Roge���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  Best Marina site in area. Heart of Madeira'Park. Over 850 feet  waterfront with foreshore lease. Try your offers on F.P. and terms.  Over 2000 ft.  waterfront  at Secret Cove on  31   acres  natural,  park-like,   treed   land   with   Southern   exposure.   Open   to  offers.  JACK NOBLE  ROCHESTER REALTY LTD.  Phone 883-2701  TOP soil for  sale  from  Weit  Sechelt. -Contact^Frank J'or-  gen^en.  885-9796.       696-49  WORK   CtOTHES-spOrtswear .  1 or . what have you at ��� Morgan's  Men's Wear.        587-tfn  ELECffeOLUX���Scales,    Serv-  ice,   Supplies. Ph.  886-2989.  390-ffh  DRY cedar kindling, $12 cord  delivered. Ph. 885-2474;  '7 739-^1   : : ^__ ���_i ���  FIREPLACE  wood, \$25   cord,  delivered., Phone 885-9715.  740-tfn  1964 PORSCHE 'Cabriolet.  . Now paint (vintage burgan-  dy metallic), clutch, ignition,  oil seals, oil ��t\ter. Engine in  excellent condition. Good investment. $1500 or nearest offer.  Ph.  885-2897. 742-51  . DINING, room table, 4 chairs;  chrome kitchen -table,. 4  chairs; bed chesterfield, thatching chair, new condition.  Fire screen, grate. Phone 885-  9809. 743-49  MOVIE  projector  and  screen.  Phone  885-9333. 750-49  HOUSE trailer 8' x 41'; furnished   with   basic  essentials.  Phone  883-2315. 750-49  FOR sale for delivery Nov. 18/  19. Lovely Phiico stereo in  French Provincial fruitwood  cabinet; Phiico 20" color TV,  portable, with stand; almost  new single Hdllywood bed;  brass fire screen; fire basket.  Equalizer trailer ' hitch with  " torsion bars. Mr. Rear, 885-  9872. 748-49  20"  T.V.  Electrohome, instant  on.^Serviced, in good order,  $75.   Ph.   885-2446. 760-51  KENMORE   oil   space   heater  with drum and copper pipes. .  Good   condition,   new   carbur-  ator,   $50.   Phone   886-7316.  765-49  10 ' CU. ft. fridge, turquoise,  $65, Boxed .sliding door, $25.  Phone 886-2773. 770-49   * "FREE"'*** "--*���- :  your own snowmobile repair  parts & accessory catalogue  ��� "Save Up To 30%" ���  Just mail your name and address to "Direct Distributing  Inc., P.O. 1178, Hull, Quebec,  Canada. A complete selection  . of parts & accessories to ,  choose from. No matter where-'������  you livfe, You'll always receive  fast service. .*- '       9240-49  1 YEJAR old hens, $1 each; I  "Zenith portable J^fV.. $25; "Sunbeam iron, $3; Jollyi.ii  $4.  Ph. ^85-98*0-4. " "  2 F7.8-15 tubeless, show triads,  whitewall. 4' fcly nylqh tires,  like hew, jbllce iol- set J.30,. Ph.  885-2014.     *" 7 Wa-$l  LEGAL NOTICES  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estates of the following deceased: Muriei Andress WILCOX . oka Muriel Audrus  WILLCOX and. Muriel A.WILCOX, late of R.R. No. 1  Metcalfe Rd., Roberts Creek,  B.C.; Rueben Elvin WILCOX  oka Reuben Elvin,WILCOX  and R. E, WILCOX, latfe qf ,,  R.R.No. 1 Metcalfe Rd., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  are  hereby   required  to send  them   duly   verified,   to   the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street. Vancouver 1, B.C.,  before the 22nd day of November, 1972, after which date the  assets of the said Estate wiih  be  distributed,   having regard -<  only to elaims that have been,  received.  CLINTON  W.  FOOTE,  PUBLIC  TRUSTEE  *9238-pub.   October   11, .18,   25  and . November 1, 1972.  _<H_Hnf_WffWlff���IWli_il������Ml-t.-ilflMIII-l-l-'l-.  No Cents  In Waiting  ��� . ��� Let  The Times  Classified  Make You.  Money!  e^Jlmed  Phone  885-9654  >'-. i 11 i \t  BUYCANADA  AVINCS BONDS  SIARf SOMETHING GOOD fOBAY  to_i.-itni��*ikHemxf.to>.  Start something good today With '  Canada Savings Bondsl They're the  .go-ahead way.to say��,for.the future  Without worry, They're backed by all the  resources of Canada and they pay good  interest year after year,      ,_��� W^^nadg, Swings Jonds(yield_  an average of 7.20% a year when held  to maturity. Each 4100 bondbegins  With $S.50 interest for thefirsi year^      '  pays $7.00 interest for the second year,  pays $7.50 Interest for each .of the next  four years, and then pays $7.75 interest  for each of the last six yeajrs. On top  of this ypu: can earn Interest on your   ���,' -  Interest and make each $100 grow to  $233.25 in Just 12 years.   '  Canada Sayings Bonds are Instant  cash. They can be redeemed anytime at  your bank at their full face: value plus   earned irtterest.  Canada Savings Bonds are easy to   ,  'buy. They're available in amounts  1,ranging,from,$50,upJo.a_limiLoi$5Q/000.���l  You can^buy them In three different waysi  (a) fpr cash where you yyork, bqnk of   ''invest" " "      ���-���'���-.������-���-���- ������ ----,;   (b) on'Instalments through the Payroll  Sayings Plan where you work  (c) or on Instalments through tha'  ,Monthly,Sayings Plcin where yon .  ', bank'or'.Invest.7;;,7/���17^^..7.v ���:., ,,',.7,,,,v,,,,.. 7 /  1      Go ahead! Start something good  todayl Buy Canadct Sayings Bonds. ^  ^���tj4^^^^a_jy4;|7^^a--r^ytj^|^t^ljiijj^F,jii^jB,.^is4^^^,li^j,-;^i^ill^v.^i  ^t.  ^^^m^^^mm^i  ���"��� fqrq'^oiturf rbnTlorjprico^*arMnd��ir^ V9;00t)t'-Th��mwdi!scoYorTr,'ll  Island low than 3,Q0Q foot frorn tho mainland rum, Socholt, | can  dhow you somo closo to 1 aero Iota with between ISO' antl 200'  of.lowbahk.W.F. fprlPsMhon-$l(W00..    ....      7  'G'KNOWU& '  . 298-0541 or 291^881  ��>$$$0itiltiiimmwi^  Wftmmmi&mkfyiiAm  mmmim^mmm  ��Mtf<��mnWMIW^^  . f_ , >J i   tt   1    ,.  * ia   -  (,)   I-   *t ji       p.-   H  i i  i i       I i i'i  I' ' I i * ���  11  I   I 1  .  \.!.i  *,/a|*' '���l.'^l'ai I   U '1   1    I  ���) fi J_iJ." vV  V  �� Y  U  \*  Pogc A-6  \  The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, November 1, 1972  \  Sec/ie/f News /sfotes  .-* :,  ..  T"  TWO"ladies missing .from'the list- of people on the trip to Hawaii were Mrs.  Nellie M-cTeague a/id Mrs. K. Lyall. They  really were there, just their names were  missed.  Error on my 'part omitted the name  of George Newsham from the report on  the Rebekah's and Odd Fellows get together. Several calls were received to  say how entertaining he was with his  guitar   playing   and  singing.  Captain and Mrs. Gordon Jones have  returned from California where they  visited' their .son; and daughter. They  spent six days at San Rafael with Scott  and wifev Janet Jones and family and  Ernie and Carol Leopold and their family at Walnut Creek for six days.  They all got together, at the World  Trade Club which overlooks San Francisco Bay, to celebrate Gordon and My-  heera's 40th wedding anniversary.  Visitor  from   Kamloops,   Iv^att  White-  ���*by Peggy Connor  ford is. here to see his sister, Mrs. Margaret Gibson, and his brother, John Wat;  son. ���     . v   \  The ' LA for Sechelt Brownies will  hold its next meeting today, 8 p.m at  the home of Mrs. Flo Tait in Selma  Park. New members -welcome.  Gibsons United Church choir gave the  ���extended-care patients at St. Mary's hospital'a singing good time last Sunday afternoon. Patients joined in the popular  hymns sung- by Linda Lang, Mrs. Fred  'Cruice, Mrs. F. Daugherty, Jacki Inglis,  Cindy Myslicki, Annette Assian, Mfrs,  Ann Inglis, Cathy Burritt, Mrs. A. Ritchie, Enger Vedoy, Mrs. Shirley Horner,  Mrs. Ev. "Johnson, : Mrs." Yoko Chante,  Ed Burritt, Tom Fyles, Brian Anderson.  Mrs. Beth Underwood is. the,-choir leader,  and Mrs. Mary Freer, piano accompanist.  Rev. Jim Williamson dropped in after  services at Roberts Creek.  ?,  Chief Henry Paull of the Sechelt Indian Band officially hands over a  cheque for $22,580 Monday to Sunshine Coast Regional District administrator Charles Gooding in payment for water services to the new  band subdivision at Porpoise Bay.  Observing the presentation is Gilbert  Joe, counsellor and administrator of  Claim statements 'not true'  $22,580  for  water  the  band's  housing    authority.   Joe 'ment of Indian Affairs program. The  told The Times after the presents- Sechelt band had taken over local  tion  that the 29-unit subdivision  is administration  of the  program,  he  slated for completion before Christ- said, and were running it themselves,  mas.   Derwyn  Owen,   economic  de- Gooding said afterwards:   "We are  velopment consultant    to the band, only too pleased to co-operate and  explained that the money had been help in the project, and I hope we  made  available  through a  Depart- are able to do more in the future."  teachers' press releases  SECHELT school board has hit back at recent   press   releases   condemning   "the  im possible     learning     situations"     they  plaim exist in the district.  RelyOnUs  fbrExpert  iw/ircH  REPAIR  A Specialty  With Us  Stones &  Fine Gifts  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100% Waterproof  Watches by Rolex  ^���^> .ALSO., ���,������*���..  EN I CAR WATCHES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sochelt, B.C. 885-2421  Such statements are "not true", said  the board, and they urge the "small minority of malcontents" .in the STA to "adept a positive approach and stress the  advantages of recent changes" in local  school  structure.  On the press release issued Oct. 18  by Mrs. Virginia Douglas, president of the  STA, -he board press -release stated:  ��� "Beyond the fact that the statements  being made are not true, the trustees are  concerned over the effect such statements  have on the public image of the large majority of excellent teachers we have working with the children of this district and  of whom the board is justifiably proud.  "Phasing out some of the district positions such as counsellor, full time adult  education director, music director, etc.  which were proving to be deadweight  situations, allowed the board the. implement a remedial program, and placed remedial teachers in the schools where their  talents arc most needed, and could be  most, used, - 7,  "Taking a broader view of the educational requirements over tlie whole district  tlie  board   trios  to  give,  insofar  as  possible,   equal   opportunity   to   all.   The  press release is also suspect since the f,ii-  gures used by (the STA wore Ihoso of the  , ,.^  iri   September  before  the"'.settling down  period, und therefore  the issue does nol  ,���. really'uppeiu\. to ho the, so-cullccl "impos-  slblo learning situations", but a political  'one.'  "Evon before the figures were rolens-  . further reductions .will be taking, place in  the next two months. Subsequently, "the  second semester will provide additional  relief. In the 1971-72 school year the Elphinstone enrolment decreased by 93 from  a student population of 738 at the start  of the school year. This lends credence  to the feeling that the only purpose of this-  release is to discredit the board of school  trustees."  The board labelled as "not factual STA  statements that a grant had been received for a special education teacher hired  recently.  "The board has not received any grant  whatsoever and the cost of -the additional  teacher will be borne by local taxpayers.  The teaching staff of this district has increased by four over last year in spite of  a falling enrolment. We wonder what burden the taxpayers are expected to assume  when they alre'ady carry 90 per cent of  the educational cost in this district.  "The new minister of education, Eileen Dailly, has made it, quite clear that  the emergency measures approved were  only for the balance of this year, and  next year's budgets would have to carry  the full cost. Tho board, from the information if had, did not agree that an em-  72i*g<_n^  ing staff  is already  considerably in excess of that provided for in the provln-,  '1*''(_ial*'edLicatibiV'''i.i,bgi,am.''', ""' "; ' '"'"  The board wns reliiotant to take issue  with statements released by the STA .said  Bible club formed at  Bethel Baptist Church  AN AFTER-SCHOOL. Bible Club will be  started Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 3:15  p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, Mermaid  and Trail, Sechelt, and will continue to  be held weekly at that time.  All children ih the area are welcome  to join the club for a time of Bible, missionary and flash-card stories, object lessons, singing and handcraft.  This is a non-denominatonal club and  is  being - held   so children   may have...a.  weekday club that is especially designed  and arranged with him in mind. Child  Evangelism Fellowship material will be  used.  Rev. and Mrs. W. M". Erickson, who  have recently come to .pastor Bethel Baptist Church, 'Sechelt; will be in charge of���~\  the club. Should further information be  required, please contact Mr. Erickson at  886-7449.      -  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  MMMIM_-_-ai--l^^  Nov. 1���8 p.m., Sechelt J..A. to Guides & Brownies, Mrs. Florence  Tait's home, Selma Park.  Nov. ]���_ p m.   Sechelt Garden Club General Meeting, St. Hilda's Hall.  Nov. 1���8 p.m.,-Bingo, Sechelt Legion Hall.  Nov. 2���7:30 p.m, New Films on Britain, Welcome Beach Half.   .  Nov. 2���8 p.m., Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Nov. 3���8 p.m, Bingo, Sechelt Indian Hall.  Nov. 4���8 p.m., Wilson Creek Community Assoc General Meeting,  Nov. 4���2 p.m., St. Bartholomew's Christmas Tea & Bazaar, St.  Bartholomew's Church-Hall, Gibsons.  Nov. 9^2 p.m., Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital, St. Hilda's  Church Hall.  Nov. 9���7:30 p.m., Fisheries Lecture and Slides by Biologist, Sechelt  Legion Hall, public welcome.  Nov. 1 4���8 p.m., Wilson .Creek Community Assoc. General Meeting.  Nov. 1 4���2 p.m. to 4 p.m., St. John's United Church YCW Fall Tea  and Bazaar, Wilson Creek'Hall  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUEJOLREAL ESTATE ,  [Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE   INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 128, Sechelt. B.C.  from   the   Greater  Vancouver   Area  ZEnith__2021  Phone 885-2235  Or  call   Toll   Free  m  ���- A '���  4'^fe.!*!.^W5ty;*��-  Chess Enterprises Ltd.  ���^ Reconditioned Cars and Trjicks/  it Backed bp'M 30-day 100% Prwei^itim Warranty  ir; Low Down Payment      ir Ei*syyMonUily Payments  _��_. in. .si ,A.V.* - . t-fi. t. H  eel to'the press, rodudIons-had occurred,  ��� their .rebuttal, .but .".this is the third.STA  unU~by~uUi!--uu~u.-��Hludo_iUpopul^  We?Cl like, t(? Help yOUP WhalovoryouiMKiiaonuluim,  In lito or yunr (in;��nck��l gofcil wu enn hbl|) hiako it  lniiiiujinu enn aol ptully cuniplionlo-l,.!/).!! qiy ssJ.mII 'incl I uin hulpyuii  inicomiilicnl'o ll. VM nr.filsl our oii't'ilomorn In mnkln.j lho wkint.t mkj  ' uuoiioifildtil iitio' oI'ui'gcI.i"! Ioiivdkl ptiylocj IWavy-ujiargoir  -Hi lor est, II you do nood "fin.snultil help why i "of u,air*u ii i  und discuss our HgxIqIq loan .jImiib.  I:d like to-lalk-over-your mpnoy* ���  ������  ��> -   -matters with you,    i  EXTRA CASH  IFOR THAT STUFF  YOU NO LONGER  *  IS AS HOSE  AS YOUR  .',��   a i   i  PHONE.      ;  CALL" 4^5-4255'  CL^SsipiED  ,  * . i       a.  FOR ,  AD-BRIEFSV  1969 MAZDA  .^4.'doqr.'sedanM'cylv-^  radio,' cream       mniiW*P  1971   VOLKSWAGEN  SUPErt j BEETLE;  only 14,000 miles $911 QC  Deluxe 4 doorf 4 cyl., 4 speed^trans,  radio, 17,000 milevgreen..-.^i.^  1970 FORD GALAX IE 500  2 door. H.T., brown with white yinyl top, 351 V8,  automatic, power steering & brakes, radio, 33,000 ,  miles, 4 now premium tires and new ��^��^g'  brakes';...x.,..;:;:.-....v:.":'........;_.....__;**% J<P3 "  ���12295  ���s~.  1967  RAMBLER REBEL SST  2'door H.T., 2?0 Y8, automatic, power steering  & power brakes, radio, only 50,000 ����| ^jM*  miles, brown  : V\\!S9*  1966 CHEVY  II  2 door sedan, 6 cyl., standard trans,  .radio,....,.; ���..-..���_....���,���.n.���.Tr.���..._.  1968  PONTIAC GRANDE  PARISIENNE  2 door H.T.r 327 V8, power steering and brakes,  power windows; radio; yinyl  top;  rear; defroster,  rear speaker, executive driven  one owner .'.���-   1968  FORD GALAXIE  4 dr7 sedan, 302 V8, quto,, |  steering, radio, blue witb virHito top  H9S  $2295  4.dr7sedan, 302 V8, auto,, power  $f ^QtEf  BONUS  OFFER  ���,>'yy'^._  9MR  >Mk.U  Mffa**^*<i<J*>Sftts* .���..Wf\  197J2 fcORTINA  '"2b00"4-dr.8odaii,4cyK,  " trans., radio, green  4 speed  $2295  Buy   a   Car   or   Truck   from, Chess   Enterprises  and   receive   a   certificate   for   your   Christmas  with 6/ur compliments.  0 ON ALL VEHICLES PURCHASPP    '  ^ttmbefr 1st to Dqcembor J^3rd  1967 PONTIAC GRANDE PARilSIENNE  4 door H.T;, 327 Y8, automatic, power stoorirtg  qnd brakes, power windows, aradio, vinyl^tppWfac-  torv air conditioning,, rear window  $'|^QC!   '>  | defrost, ,57,000 mllovnifliroon ���.���.���J^JL QJF3P^  "510'' 2 door seda^, yellow, 4'cyl. $*^/J|^S  4 speed transmission ���.���.... ���.-,.'���."^11!^^"  1965,'VAMANfr> -    "'    '    ( ''" '\ ���  'V   ' "'   V200 Custom Station Wagon #1-31BjY0;' quIohii'oHo;  povr*er brakes, rddlo; electric rear Window, new  tiros, 56,000 miles.   <      - - ���  ���-   S*^ <^&A��f'; '''  One'. ownor'aYehlcle ... J...^.^.. ������'. | mJ^W^B  1968 TOYOTA; CORONA .!. ,7<L ���..���    ,.  >. :.4,door sedan, 4 cyL, 4 speed trans.  & �������_&$&��!*���  ,,,..l.48>'pOP)mllqB.__��.rr.��. ^Tm9ir+  \\  ���^MlTA'dtottlserr-^Theso  ndvortlaing^spacea-^qr^  real bargains for you.  Sold on conjtfict only, For  details on jipw to stretch  your- advertising dollar  phone ^85-9654/ask for  ^ special ad rates. ..,.  |>'197riiyi/AZ;P,A noy GT   ,  ',;��� '">";'<  '"''  I CoMpo, 4 cyl,, 4 spoqd traps,, tachometer, chrome  wlidels, porformanco exhaust, yellow,, yinyl black  "'' top, ri<iw 'snow"tiros),   '"''' '   ''*-'-" -*"���' '-^'  oii|y 20,pp0 r��illos ,.,;  ____1lJ__7__^__-__, '  i^ea^RyiN^'upE'.,  3 h.p. Outboard Motor with folding ju^  as no^ condition, wintortxed ���;. ���.,������.,  ,J   .,,   |   i    ,.',    n h\   ,'t   ,   t. i 4     tit 11   'i ll ,  /.. '   ,.,lf ^       , .ail   I, a    rl  $99  Mb ^ift^WWlSmllW^afttffiftta  ���*J��iW^Ww(��lM.t��>*MW*1lW^  i**W^WH.f   ^t  1971   DATSUN 510  , 4 door, sedan, 4 cyl., 4 spaed troiis,  ��<^'| ^��  radio, 16,000 miles, green ������r..ri4     /_��_!.^3  ���*tmiP  t  Iff |   . .    .     I    . ..      ,  ' 77,  ''���''"V886:7114:'..:'.. GIBSONS,   B.C.  9 o;m. tot 6 p,m,\,mi CLOSED Wodnoadnya and Sundays  ONLY  ' ' I I _t I l ' ^ I  __;   ,MT***,,1*'t|S^gL___1 mP^wP1 "w_i"**���**iHn&flnPH'kih ___r_-k-H^_l,ra ^^1^PbP*^**"^*-''B^^'^_I*',''w*���"**"'*''''*"* "*w<WMW^i_^___i  ii aid US 1)1) eN| EK"KOEfe#  lilo    ra^  I  ismmmmm^mmpima  mmm^>m4-\  wV^**  i  mmmmmntito>*****vi9<9 T*  \  \  1   :.  \  \  Wfartvw-J.^.'a- tr*.    '  \  . vwes-v .Ganali^n urap  2047Wes.t b^"1 "'/e.x.  Vancouver  l��.   ��������   '-���  hie  Industries  Service  $ection B \  \  yf^^ims^f' 1/T972  Pages "I -6   V'  V  ������.  -^_-t��*��l*��?^^  _'_"-__.      ft. .__* *    *���*?*   '���  _S(<  Rough  road*4  There ^are no signs to.warn through   not working, tourists are left to tra-   Road/a deiour,-is safer and easier  lender Harbour holds successful Garnival  Ky, Mrs. \H. H. Whittaker - fold,   presented,  along  with -lv c��*ntr. by  QNCE again  Pendter Harbo'ur Auxiliary the   Bank  of  Montreal,   went    to   Mrs^  ' to St. Mary's Hospital staged a sue- Cla&on   Davis   of   sWey   BC.;.^second -  cfessful family-night carnival. 7       I..       ��� fin**   *?.  M**-. Grace   Defoort,   Victoria,  *   A large crowd attended at the Pom- B.C.; third .prize to. Mrs. Jean Paterson,  ' munity Hall,  Oct. 21.7 Mrs;' John &"3bm 7 Pender, -Harbor. v   -.   .  1 nelly, auxiliary president, got things un- The bean jar guess wa^s won by Mrs.  der way by first introducing Mrs. John Helen ...Cameron with :a_ guess   of  3,382.  Porteous, who convened the affair; The correct number was 3397. Drawing  1  John Logan, Pender^ Harbour's repre- for the  grocery  hampers, was   done  by .  '    sentative on the hospital boar<_7 .explain- Constable. Bob Ogden. Winners were: Ted  ���    1    ed   how   the   auxiliary   has   helpMdf-the Alexander,   Mrs.   Bonnie   Harris,   Kellei  lfT:*" -A- -Kospitai-ever_the  past  years.. jBy/their Page, and Mrs. Anne Friesan.  **7l    Efforts, this auxiliary-and ethers bh the The   draw   for   the   lazy   susari   was  "*    Sechelt peninsula, have 7mMe-St. Mary's Tvon by Mrs. Kathy McQuitty. The con-  _|bspital one of tlie best equipped small -tainer  of  anti-freeze  was  won   by   Bob  hospitals  in  the  province,  he said.   ... Gee,  whose ticket  was drawn by John  7 Those   attending   were   able \ to   take Donnelly, also a former member of the  ;, their choice of making straight purchases     hospital board. x  or of trying the various games of chance. The auxiliary says again. Thank you  'i   The small fry were a delight.  They     j>en^  Harbor  for your  generous  sup-  . -jjiight be expected to show some distress >   port  at not winning a prize every time, when  theyv tried  the  games  of  chance. -How- ��� ���. ���  ever,   they   accepted   defeat   gracefully,     Fire   damages  tlOUSe  and  were cwilling   to ,try- again ;,if, the     -��� - p~nrJ��P   JJnrhnnr   crr_*r_  . . necessary dimes,and.,quaWers,,wer,<g. avail-., iff ,.C5"fxfu,~J. . "U1W^f,**    W1CV*  able. ,No  doubt, the school-jige  children    A FIRlE damaged a .log house on Francis  were** well aware of the reason, for the Peninsula   Road,s Saturday   at   about  TRY ON  YOUR NEXT  PAIR OF SHOES  AT  WIGARD'S  Sechelt 885-9345  1  JMMWUMHMMMMMMMMMMMMM1T'  traffic about the rough road condi-   vel over ^the torn-up road between    onjcars.This picture Stows the ritJrtJi-   SlaPas rn^^f them hS.partici  tions which can be encountered oh   West Sechelt and Redrooffs. There    end at Redtooffs Koad.  Highway IOL When road orews are   is no sign to indicate that Redrooffs  Transier handling cited . . .  ���ai . . I a ���       ��� ���  -.""TV*  Area 'B- rat^ay^rs oppose  at  HALFMOON Bay general meeting Ttyf OTAyEL TO. BE LAID i . "��� i 7 board, 'sai'd London, to use Troiit Lake as  Area B Ratenavets' Association held 7 - "Regarding the stoppage of work on a source of wafer because of its pr-ox-  t, ���_, A ., ���.���'. r> u Ti n _, the highway on Oct. 13, because the imity to the road and consequent danger various other contests,'  Friday-at , the Welcome Beach Hall was :;$400i000 allocated for construction had of . pollution. The policy as set out by A Lloyd, a former member of the  opened by President Tarn.London, who -been used up, London reported that he engineers Dayton and K_night was for the hospital board, made the draws for the  informed the meeting that Cliff Thorold had telephoned Lockstead who had lost water supply to come from a higher : i��ffle prizes first prize of $50 in 'a bill-  was ho lnoger able to serve on the re- no  time in getting work started again, elevation, such as Chapman Creek. The  *d-i-  cnnnal board as  director  of Area  B  as A furutrier $i04jQ00 had been allocated association ��� agreed   to   ask   the   regional .  gional-,boar��..as,,atfecjc^^  he  had moved, to Davis  Bay. .J*. ..* %^^^ ^ ����^. the  Redrooffs  Road  with  water  as  far  Rita Relf had also resigned as alter- ^ was hoped to^ have the first coat of as "Eureka  and  including .adjacent  sub-  nate director on grounds of health. Lon- i p&^jng applied before winter set in  The divisions, via the, MacMillan and Bloedel  don advised that he had taken over Tho-7 second coat wouM be left ufttil spring.. . system,    :       J-%��� .������       .  rold's   duties  for  the   remainder   of, his ,,                  the'- reeibnal'"'district         'London-, ad vised members  that  there  em^:had attended- a .meeting in Sep- ^^^^S^rt^^   SS2?S ^*l%����$t��X&*  2? wa^ SLs^cu^^S Z^i^ !ffi!!ft!__^  10:50 p.m., according to RCMP  pated in the poster contest.,      71: Fire inspectors said that their investi-  ���-   One young fellow was seen carrying gation   revealed   that   the   fire   was   set  two old electric irons from the white ele- accidently   and   started   in   the   kitchen  phant table���perhaps a budding electri- area.  Resident of the hpuse was  Dawn  cian. McKim.  ���'   -The many loaves of home-made bread The blaze was cointained by Pender  attracted numerous  buyers  to. the bake Harbour Volunteer Fire Department,  sale, as did the cookies, pies and other  goodis  ,.   The   handicraft    table   blazed    with ��  color. The auxiliary ladies had produced S  a  dazzhng assortment  of   gift  type  ar- - S  tides                                                -^ S  The   evening   drew  to   a   close   with Sfe  the drawing of tickets for the raffle and  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ��� ,,   . ^ '   ^ 'r  * DOOR, PRIZE *    ;  %wwrmmmmnwwmm0m.rim*m*0m-nmim_*0mi***0ii  * CARPET SALE +  = BURRITT    BROS. =  the minimum size would be half.an acre:    gional board was awaiting reports from  't4ken, he_ said, the "opportunity .of dis:,.^S11^^Syr^?%aJavE Sie T&epartment   of  Highways   and   the  cussing -with MLA _ Don. Lockstead   the ^ _S���f ^ . ^ater supply^or sewer was ..avail, DeDartlnent of Health  riiatter   of ��� the   private ;lease7at   Secret.    4^^ one acre y.here no services were Department ot-Health.  Cove granted to R-Gibsons, .and, which-, ?va^^ . . _       .....      ,    ....  K_id::a.&n^transferred:<tc. the *%al-iW*^**���^ {J n(* ^L^SS^- Man   IllV^Ived IH fCffafti/  ronver Yacht Club"     '        ���   >'.'"'        '"    ther  than   the  75   foot  frontage  recom-       ���      ������   ��� ......     ..     ..,,...  Tx^kS S^feeen anxious to get  wf * ** ** ref^^-.7h^ ^ces- empinal negligence  ^11 the informationa he could -on .this .maW7 g^^1^^^ �� S[S^> '    GEORGE   Gregory 7 Steele,- New  A^est-  ifcvahd-had agreed- tb-talie^t.ui,7^t|:7 J^^ffi'TOft^^^S^^,       min^.^.to^pver.^ .tri^f on.  _,___._._   _.- ���:���:--a;%egUgpnee,-result-  tf^ 'acc'idelri t ? "Jutte  18  ,..;..:-77 ..,::    ,._-.J- -771,1  ^^;h^f^^^i^77;^ ontinn tn nurcha.e he ore-     Friday'before^Provincial   Court     Judge,  l.?ii��Mi_M^ The meeting approved tjhis sUg-.   pharos; Mittelsteadt.-���-���-������ -:   ���   ^ %|  ^���-fe^tidni,-..^ trial by judge,>$,W  fS;|t|pn; vthai,' ,^uc__7 agricultural. 7lahds ,be;';:';#t;;a 'jiiry,:; (y 7 2. . : ...., .7 ,7'-  BEFORE THE SNOW FLIES . . .  WINTERIZE  YOUIt MOTOH  NOW!  ? HO; CHANGE FOR STORAGE  ^Pay only for necessary costs to  keep your motor in  top shdpe  and ready for another fun filled  t v season.  MADEIRA MARINA  The House nl Superior  OFFER: g  BIGELOW QUALITY CARPETS.  ,.y  SALE RUNS TO, NOVEMBER 22  f -  v\   "*r     -^ 3  ' I  ** fv.       **v-   ^     . 1    5-       (.    ^   al, ^,-1.  BURRITT BROS.  SERVING THE LOWER MAINLAND FOR 65 YEARS  3594 Main Street, Vancouver  "   PHONE:  886-2453 or 879-8432  yj,i^? J   >'  ,t.  ",  rr  ���8 ��� if ^;&^.a_A;^  ���! THE MLERYpOP ,  ��� (Credit Union Building^'Wha'rf St: ,  '!������ ';     .   ' ��� Sechelt   "7 '"', i > > ��� ,7  '. 'I  t \ht. a' -      I      . .    'a    !   ,   1,4 | .   ,! ,   |.|1(,  ��� 7   NEW WlNTER HOURS:  J Tu^s.l>-,Wec|),.Thurs,,,N1a,l.;30.,a.m..j|1  ,:;^o'3';00v'-R,m.;' Fri)'8. SaC 10'a.m(||  '"!'('" 'i    ' ',v to4 p.m."��,   'a;.', i 'ii;  .1   l     , .    ti .    , .   \ . .   I I I  ' ''       '     ' '' ���     a   ill  .j: i  ���/���'.,."\},7  aJtccic   Ci.cCted7h.  2-k 'jiiry, "���' i':.7 i)\\  Steele's- car was' inyolved in a collision  with another vehicle- driven by Jean'' A,'  3   \ v  . >_   i  'a-M��t  l4'(l��#l  I i Jieased ^oply; to Canadian citizeng  ;,SUBDIVISION MAY GO AHEAD, ....       ,.    ., __. , , ,      ... ,..  a    . rChere was considerable discussion re'- m?e   58  of Vancouver,- who, died as a;  ���������girding water. The meeting "was advised" gSli   w   ��,?KS. *��*_ T'fi.Z' N"a  .tfl&iMacMUlan'apd Bloedel,is apparently WelAler- 59' suffered laclal inJUMes-     '.  !�����!!��� pW w;th,'its plan to'bring ;water rt  A passenger  in  Steele's  car,   George,  llflWiir/out Lake for its subdivision on Omlchinslw'.of New .Westminster, suffer-  ."l'iy.3 Jir_M.'_.__. .i._f.    t. i     ti          i i prl    iniiini'    iiiinriny    nnr.    R.oolo    uiiu.nini>_.  , jJA-ieaiiQQiiSj'ttaoaq, an, ai -ivs ovyn- expense,'   num -b . yiuiii-i,' cmiugoi in'ivoperiS'VJieuK,'  n  l7,It'|].'W|^'i|jaot7,Ithe,).'polic'y,i of., tho! regional .1 to.the"nearby,,Giiili,t'ui-d6l;ci(,m'p'."i.i.ifl7.7i,M  I  ^i',!'���'|!lllVili|l|ft1l,llli:-���'������u. '       ,     .-, .,.,.,,      r >���������:��� -^--~t~��y- ���  .,     ���'   ' ,������,',��� '��t-. * I  . f  fl!i!i!Wte_jV1<______l  i     i  ^vtaatll-aiwa^,'^..a'a. 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A;. ni;it_,y of you .know, the p.lrH is approximately live telephone poles wesl on-  the highway from the proposed site of  the recreation centre.  In case any members wished to go  out there to see what they now own,  I went' out last week and marked the  area out. A--. I had no engineer's colored  tapes for marking, I used whatever came  to hand. These are the official bounda-  '. ries! The sotjthwest ,corner is marked by  a badly mutilated hemlock tree which  has a license plate nnd part of a bumper,  firmly imbedded in its trunk. I had been  taking medicine for an old war wound  and made an error in turning the family  car around. The southeast corner i^ marked clearly by a telephone pole with a  . 30-degree. list to port and adorned with  a car wheel complete with hub cap and  a piece of axle. The reason for this is  *N that I was shook up from thumping the  hemlock ancl had taken some more medicine. It also explains to those who have  seen it, why I am driving a '36 Ford with  three wheels and a skid  pole.  The northeast corner, I am ashamed to  say, is designated by a pair of "Fruit of  the Loom" polka dot shorts which are  in a rather disgusting condition. The  reason for this is thai due to a rather  wierd childhood, whenever. I am excited  or taking stimulants,or both, I have a  bad habit of. waving my arms wildly  about and make inarticulate ppht, oink,  gronk noises. Some blithering local riim-  rod apaprently mistook me I'or a chunk of.  wildlife and promptly laid three rounds  of Winchester pills perilously close to  my loaf. I was sq scared I ran into a  tree, knocked myself cold and made my  nose bleed. The local hunter upon rushing up in wild anticipation -of skinning  out a bull moose, saw me lying there  (at attention) covered with blood, thought  he had killed me and promptly fainted.  I am now charged with public mischief  because when I woke up and saw him  lying there, I rushed off to the police  and   reported   a   suicide. .  Oh, well, anyway, the last and most  important coiner of the club homestead  was marked with a beautiful, hand painted, four hy eight loot sign which cost the  club $250. The sign  states  who  the pro  \  \  W  \  ^H^iymmtmmi^  .������������������:.;.;!.!;.;!;V.":^  Poge B-2 . The Penfosulq Timet       Wednesday, November 1, 1$72  V  7  Fishy  story  perty  belongs  to and  lists all our as- Garden Lake angler Jack E 11 i o t age float. Some of his friends aren't  sets! I cleverly managed  to have $_��35 proudly displays the four(?)  pound so sure, but so far, even the most  knocked off  the price of the sign  be- trou,t he swears jumped .out of the cynical of them haven't been able to  cause it also carries a glowing testimonial wn+Pr nn.l wprftrprl itcplf on his moor- find hook  marks.  to Dr. Rondicker's haemheroid and acne  salve. But I see somebody stole it so  John Royling has volunteered to stand  on the spot ��� as right marker between  dusk and 4 am daily until the lot is  cleared.  I sure hope we see you all at our next  water and wedged itself on his moor-  Jack Elliot tells real fishy story  By ALASTAIR ROGERS '        tween   the   float   and   an   auxiliary-gas  MOST folks  around   Garden  Lake  way    tank."  agree that Jack Elliot is probably one Jack believes the trout (which wcigh-  Anavets   Giant   $500   Bingo   at   Robert's     of  the  foremost  trout,  fishermen  in . the     ed either four or two-and-a-half pounds,..  Creek  Community  Hall on  Dec.  10!  The     area. Ancl  now,  it   seems,  his  reputation     depending on whether you speak lo Jack  last   Bingo  was  a  smashing  success  and     has   even   reached   the   fish.   They   are     or  his  friends)   must  have  jumped   onto-  literally   "throwing     themselves   at   his    the float and wedged itself in.  feet" for the  honor of being caught  by ��a. lot of my friends didn't believe the  the 66-year-old  angler for instance! story," he said, "but there are no  hook  "Last Sunday, my  wife and  I  were  pitting  on  the  veranda  and  we  saw  a  fish jump three feet out of the water,"  Jack  told The Times,  "I  couldn't sleep  all   night  for  thinking   about   that  fish  :���:�������������.���:��� ''���'���'���������v.Y'V___'____Y_ttt. __;*.__ :���:��� ���  ���X'X*Xv!*X*/.X'X*X*-���Tv!^'t^-X*��%%'.,X';v.%v'X'ir   "  Best-ever cavalcade  slated for Gibsons  THIS .year's Sea Cavalcade will be bigger and better than ever, predicted  Aid. Ted Hume, chairman of Gibsons  village council's Sea Cavalcade committee. - ���     ���  He reported to council Tuesday that  his committee was planning well ahead  for the annual event and this year "it  looks  like  it's  going, to be  very  good."   '  NThe chairman' revealed that his committee was working on a deficit ^budget  of $5,000, against estimated receipts of  $4,100.  "I'm going to set up a meeting with  (MLA) Poo Lockstead," he said, "and  see if he can dig up any money in  Victoria." Also, he was going to discuss  with llerk David Johnston the possibility  of obtaining some kind of grant for the  event. .  The- theme of this .year's cavalcade  will be tugboat races, he said, and Mayor Wally Peterson-, suggested that they  should have a hoat sailing behind the  tugs broadcasting details of what was  happening. ���    "  Hume said he was looking into the  possibility of renting a sound system and  was contacting cigarette companies and  breweries to see what support they  might  be able to offer.  Squadron members  gather for conference  ALOUETTE, Burnaby, Capilano, Coquitlam, Fraser, Langley, Nor Van, Royal  City, Seymour, Vancouver and White  . Rock power squadrons were represented  when" the Sunshine "'Coast group hosted  the meeting of the Pacific-Mainland District   Oct.  21.  While the members of the executive  met at the Cedar's Inn, the women gathered at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J.  Hobson for.tea, where Vivian Chamberlin and Rene Jardine assisted as co-hostesses. All hands were on deck for cocktails at Cedar's Inn at 7 p.m., followed by  a smorgasbord dinner and dancing. A  friendly, happy spirit prevailed and comments by various members of the crowd  indicated that they welcomed the opportunity to meet members of other  squadrons in such an amicable atmosphere.  Billets liad been arranged for visitors  at the homes of local power squadron  members, and boats were made available  fbr the cruise on Sunday.  February Reconsideration due .  Gibsons council  on proposed recreation site  10  GIBSONS village council Tuesday quash- .  ed all possibility of a December referendum on the proposed recreatipi.  centre due to "lack7of knowledge" pf: the.  costg -involved. ���  \ But they agreed to reconsider the  matter-ail. February 1973���12 months after  the first referendum was held and defeated. -  .     "We   put  it   to   referendum   and   the  'people said 'no';" said Mayor Wally Peterson.   "We  shouldn't  cram  it  down  their  throats.  "Pender x dropped   out,   Sechelt   drop-  , ped  out  and  if  we  go  ahead,   it  could  amount to four or five mills," he added.  "We   can't   go   to   the   people   until   we  know  what  the  costs  are  going  to  be."  "We should do our job and find out  what the costs are going to be," retorted  Aid. Ted Hfrime, accusing council of the  being "remiss" in rejecting a referendum  without  first   investigating   costs.  "Let the residents see if they want  to pay it or not," he said.  Aid. Winston Robinson agreed that  it was "their democratic right to vote"  on the issue, "but it should be pointed out  to the people what it is going to cost  them."  Mayor Peterson reiterated: "We don't  have the costs. This is why we wer#  going to put off the referendum for a  few  months."  A delegation of old age pensioners  attended the meeting to express their  opposition  to the project.  Leader of the delegation, E. Birchenall, said Gibsons couldn't afford the cost  of a recreation centre.  "Sechelt had deferred their decision  on a referendum until they get more  information on the cost of their new  sewer system," he said. "We know what  it's  going  to  cost.. It'll  cost   plenty."  He felt that taxpayers would be burdened enough in paying for new sewer  installations, without bearing the cost  of   a   recreation   centre.  "The last time the ..proposal was  made,"   he   said,   "Gibsons   OAPs   were  unanimously opposed to having the cost  or a complex added to our homes.  "It's not fair to get the OAPs- to be_u-  part of fhe cost for" a luxury sport complex- which they won't use and- can  gladly do without."  "If Gibsons has any extra money,  we suggest they use it for \facilities of  use   to   all  the   community,"   he   added.  Mayor Peterson said.it would be nice'  to see a recreation centre, but they had  to  think   seriously  about  cost: v   *  ."I am very hesitant about supporting a centre through the taxpayer. We  put through a referendum and they  spoke for themselves���they said 'no'."  vWe have been fighting to keep taxes  down," he said. "These things would be  nice to have, but. we have to consider  where the dollars are coming from to  pay for them."  Another delegation member, Victor  Eckstein, said he knew that a "pretty  high-powered campaign has been launched by the backers" of the centre and he  did not want fo see people* "stampeded"  into  it.  Mayor Peterson explained that council would be prepared to hold another  referendum next year, if they were  provided with full financial details of  the project."  ..--..���  Council passed a motion "... not .to  hold a referendum due to lack of knowledge, but we will further consider it at  a later date."  Gibsons village oitice  to stay open at lunch  AS  OF  November  1,  Gibsons   municipal  hall   will   remain   open     during   the  lunch  hour for the convenience  of local  residents.  Clerk David Johnston told council  Tuesday that the hall would open at 9  a.m:, half-ah-hour later than at present,  but staff lunchbreaks would be rotated  to .allow them to remain open at the  noonhour. 'Council"' approved" the " changer  4��*9*9imMmmmanmmmmmMmimimmm9***mmmnmm9M*mi��99m9U**m*aa9a9a9*49*49i��m*mmm*  DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 o.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  "COUNTRY SWEETHEARTS"  Best in live Entertainment  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  \Wm__9___f_w_mmmm0_��_____w_f_fw_t9_Hmmw_ru.^  thanks   again   to   all   ol'   you   who   came  and made it so!  mn-Miim -,_���-,-,-,-,������-��� . -nnonnnniutin  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road . Sechelt - 885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutts cards and wrappings.  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"We did  catch a couple of fish," he '���������   said;; ''but:not the-pne,we,.wanted. , ActrQssi>:Sheri3y.a.,-BrittQnarsays,^Bhe.r,pre-.���  "When we came t.ack and anchored' fers train travel7 "t like trains because  the boat, there was our fish, wedged be- their   landing   gear   is   always   down,"  ! ____ _ U__^ <���----- ,  KOW IS THE TIM  We  are  clearing  what  is  left   over   from   our   September  Expansion Sale  ROOM  SIZE  RUGS  AT  ALREADY   LOW   LOW   PRICES,   NOW  WITH AN  EVEN  FURTHER  DISCOUNT  OF  10%   OFF  THE  ALREADY  REDUCED  PRICE  7I;7.  ���Mr. i i��\ *"* ��S$teiU*iW.}s.Hi^**^  >��!��... t(f . *. .ilfc��|ti*_ .*'**..!SW^iaflHftSilnF.^Tf h^^#WbMfci^��.'��im..   [f. rtftfltV!jfftiWd$.$ni. aWti. 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PHONE  .   ,^.   886-7H2        a  mHMIM449m4tB  'V     'I''  ,.l.|iii,..inii.i|i|iHlii|Mli.,W  -ir4  ^l(rtMtl__W.����>'<^^  PHONE  886-7112  W" '' "MM"  mm*m*>.  <���  mhUcw��^��hmh|U  !        I  w*>#��tw*M^iw��Mw4*^  I    I  ****** ,  f&mmWfMm  (LWW^Wf^BWSWW^^  qM��iW����^<Wfi^^  W|aBW��(i��*WiN��^^  m^mmi>&m*&vpmi*mimmim>  mmm*w#mi*w'm<<it<Mimm>^ \  \  \  \  V  4*  - H i.\  *..*  ,X'#  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p m  PASTOR NANCY UYKES '  (lower Point R6ad   V -  hhiiiiiiiii nm^wfT^H^  .v.;,;.;,;.;. v.v.v.v.\v.\\y.^Xv.V ...  Xv.vXvXv.yX.y-Ov.vX  y*+*^i+r+ym  |-!-!;!-!-!-!-!JN!N  li^l^iPBPiiiW  I T I I   11 i'i 111 11111  GIBSONS PENTi&GStAL  Highly and Martin Road  ^Sunday Scridoi: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services; 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.       ^  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:3*5 'pm  Friday: Vouth Service���7:30 p m.  PASTOR:  GEkRY FOSTER  Phone:  886-7107 v  Skfety on the road\. . .. x  Unserviced trailers  pose, traffic danger  ^yNSH/wE-eeAST  GOSPft CHURCH  (Undenominational)^  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  HECREATION    equipment���from      boat  trailer   to  motor   home���is   often   the  mostv dangerous   traffic   to  be  found  on  the nation's highways, says Phil Farmer,  -executive^ director of the Canada  Safely  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.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  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.  .Prayerand Bible. Study, Thursdays 7:3.0. 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  Council.  "It's   not   dangerous   through   design, v  but through neglect," he explained.  "Bo_\t trailers are a perfect example,"  he said.--'People run them for years without even checking the air pressure in  the tires or greasing the wheel hearings."  House trailers have an added danger  There's always an extra suitcase, possibly  a minibike. camping tools, and several  other bushels of odds and ends thrown  into the trailer and the tires sometimes  end up supporting double the weight  they -were built for.  This danger combined with the speed  at which such vehicles are often towed;  creates a potentially explosive situation,  said Farmer.  "Many people seem to think that because a trailer is behind a car, it can do  no damage if something goes wrong.  But if a tire blows, or a bearing seizes,  it can cause your car to fishtail right  off the highway."  When planning a vacation this year.  Farmer said, you would be wise to set  aside, some time to check.on the safety  of anything you intend to tow���as well  as checking out the car itself.  "Surveys and studies show that mechanical malfunctions are. directly responsible for nearly 10 percent of traffic  accidents. There are about 500,000 accidents each - year on Canadian roads,  more than 175,000 persons are injured  and more than 5,000 die,  "Because pf this, the Canada Safety  Council���would -like to see compulsory  motor  vehicle   inspections  in  each  prov-  K&B Welding  NOW  DAWSON  PRODUCTS  (1970)  Ltd.  Box 128  Gibsons,  B.C.  PHONE  886-7522  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  WITH all the various religions of the  world, I realize one can easily be confused as to which one is right. The matter is further complicated by the fact  that within "Christianity" there are numerous denominations plus several cults.  Certainly with all these names we might  throw up our arms and say what's the  difference, it really doesn't matter which  ...one I belong to. But it matters a great  deal.  However, there is a tendency to get  'hung up' on the issue by neglecting the  name that really counts. One of the most  important passages in the Bible clarifies  and should settle once for all any dilemma you might be in regarding which  church or religion is the right one, It  says, "there is salvation in no one e'l^e,  for there is no other name under heaven  -given among men by which we must be  saved"���and that name is Jesus Christ.  So you see it is not the Catholic priest  nor the Buddhist monk nor the Protestant  ., .minister, but Jesus., that offers and pro-,  vides salvation. The names Islam, Mormon, Presbyterian, United, Baptist, Pehte-  costalKor��\ny7other" cannot save you nor:*  give to you life eternal, for there is  Salvation in no one else but Jesus. First  incc," Farmer said. Inspections are compulsory in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,  Prince Edwaird Island and British Columbia. Partial systems exist in Ontario  and Quebec and a pilot project is operating  in  Manitoba.  To fill the gap, the Council each year  undertakes a safety check campaign wi.h  ��n increasing number of garages across  the country. The Council provides the  garages with a check list that can be  tilled out by a mechanic in a few minutes, yet gives a good idea of the condition  of a car.  Besides this, the Council has a simpler  10-point diagnosis that a motorist can  carry out at the wheel of his car. It foc-  usses his attention on various possible  danger points such as a sinking brake  pedal pi" excessive play  in  the steering.  Stfudenis clean up  lot; earn $500  ELPHINSTONE Secondary School, Gibsons, needed funds for its Sports  Council coffers; Frank Havies thought  his Chess Enterprises car lot could use  a coat of paint and general clean-up.  On Sunday, they got together and  now everyone's happy. Frank's car lot  never looked better and the Sports Council is $50.0' richer.  Thirty-five Elphinslone students recruited from the council and school sports  loams, along with three teachers, spent  the day re-painting the Chess Enterprises  building and clearing ground around  the   lot.  "They did a fabulous job," Havies told  The Times,.."I'm...well, satisfied With the .  lack of painting contractors around here,  a lot of other businesses could do'the  same thing. And; it's a good way for the  student body at Elphinstone to rqfise  money."  Brad Norris, Sports Council president,  said Havies and his son, Frank, had come  up with the idea, and he hoped other  businessmen in the area would follow  suit.  "We are willing to come up any weekend to make money for the Sports Council,"  he said.  The students were extremely grateful  to Havies for his donation, added Norris,  and to Mrs. Blomgren, Mrs. Havies and  Mrs. Turner for supplying sandwiches  and cookies for the students' lunch break.  Pioneer Girls group  planned in Gibsons  FtVfe guides and 22 young girls fjrepjired  to launch a Pioneer Girls program at  Calvary Baptist Church in Gibsons, Oct.  24.  Pioneer Girls was incorporated as a  non-profit service organization in 1943.  The program is used by churches of many  denominations and by hundreds of independent churches in Canada and the  U.S.A., It is a .Christ-centered, weekday,  activity and achievement program for  girls,  "rv;TheHnforrnal��club: situation -provides  a  positive,  personal  approach  to meet-  B  I  H  ��� i *  ���PH  FINISH HIGH SCHOOL  AT HOME IN SPARE TIME  If you aro 17 or over and havo dropped out, of< school, write for FREE LESSONS and  FREE booklet���tells hpw! THE FASTEST AND MOST CONVENIENT WAY TO GET  A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA. Prepare to write B.C. Pept. of Education or College  Entrance Examinations, For free book "How to fipish High School at Home"  NAME  ._, Ago.  ADDRESS -  PHONE  688-4913  NATIONAL COLLEGE  A ����NAWAN     7       444 RWbson St., Vancouver  I,  I  18818  !'  M  m  $  ^-*7?  Qarden apartments  possible on legion site  IF PLANS foi\re-subdivision of thexarea ���  opposite   the   old   Canadian     Legion  -  hiiilding. in. .Gibsons   meet   with   village  council approval, a 12 to 18 suite garden  apartment   development - may   be    ��on-  ������structed on the site.  . Mr. and Mrs. B. Powers presented \a  proposal to-council Tuesday for a complex that would "most fully'utilize the  propprty."  Mayor Wally Peterson said he had  gone into the matter with planner Robin  Buchan and he had come up with plans  of  what  was  acceptable.  Clerk David Jolm_,te.i. was instructed  to write to the Powers, offering to make  Buchah's  plans  available  to  them.  Gibsons Kinsmen plan  children's swim peol  GIBSONS Kihsmen tJlub petitioned 4W&  village council Tuesday for IV2 acre's  of. crown lease land opposite St. Mary's.  Church, where they hope to -.uild ah  [12 hy 45 foot children's swimming pool.  In a letter to council, the Kins'rrien  explained that in order for the project to  qualify for a faderal grant, they had to  have a specific piece of property. And  they offered to present a brief to council if necessary.  Aid. Winston ^Robinson said he had  attended a meeting with the Kinsmen and  they seemed able to arrange a certain  amount of financing through tlie federal  government. Their greatest concern, he  said, was to find a piece of property  which ..they wouldn't have to purchase  outright. ij  "I think the project would be of benefit  to  the  community,"  he  added.  Mayor Wally Peterson said the Kinsmen had/ approached him on the matter  and had chosen the area opposite St.  Mary's church as the most suitable of  various   possible   locations.  Robinson explained that the proposed  open pool would he  heated and suitable,  for  competitions  with   other   areas.  Mayor Peterson said the project would  be costly, "but with grants, it might be  feasible."  Council agreed to refer the matter to  planner Robin. Buchan so that suitable  plans could'be drawn up.  Gibsons motorists net  $300 fines for impaired  TWO Gibsons motorists���Anthony Luka-  shuk   and   Margaret   Nicholson���were  each fined $300 at Provincial Court Oct.  24 when they pleaded guilty to impaired  driving charges.  Michael     Prokopenko,   Gibsons,     was  given  a  suspended  sentence  for  driving  without a  license.  Laurel Brown of Coquitlam was found  guilty of driving without due care and  .attention .and lost six license points.  iimiiiiMiiinimnniiimiuiiiilniimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  Roberts Creek Volunteer  Fire Department  Roberts Creek Hall  3rd Annual  "**t\7:       WedwesjJgy. ^��x^bm.hJ^K. J^Jfemm*\*,lj)me9  <\  \*  t_m  \  \  v  ,\  SECHELT PENINSULA  ROD and GUN CLUB  i  V  -nnuai  Saturday, December 2nd  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  cut&ue  t  Social Hoar from 6:30 p.m\- Dinner Served 7:30 p.m.  Get  Your  Tickets Early ...  $6.00 per person - $12.00 per couple  available from:' /'  Dan  Currie or George  Flay  C & S Hardware      Sechelt Barber Shop  Does your Club or Group reporf its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  ISl6v.ll,' ITpjiiu   Tickets available at  Simpson Sears, Gibsons  or phone 836-2474 or 886-9865  ,($Rb'nsored%byKiE)p  Recreation Committee)  ,....      >ng the needs of the. whole girl. There arc  trust in Him 'for saivaU^  will tell you where to worship, in  Pioneer  Girls;  the  club  is  open  to  .   '. 7. . .   ' '"'    ' ' "     ���  '" "J1 Kil"ls in tho community.  Pioneer Girls has three distinct programs and reaches girls from grade three  ��*through��'high��Rchoolj**.ThG*three* divisions  arc���Pilgrim���grades 3 through (i, Colonist���grade 7 through 9, nnd Explorers���  grade 10 through high1 school. Pilgrim and "  ��� Colonist nro the two programs that Calvary Baptist will be working with.  NOTICE of ELECTION  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the Rural Area "A"  of School District No. 46 (Sechelt) that I require the presence of the  said electors at the School Board Office, Gibsons, Monday, the 20th day  of November, 1972. at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon fpr the  purpose of the^electing two persons to represent them as School Trustees.  Nominations will close at twelve o'clock noon on November 20th.  The mode cf nomination of candidates shall be as follows:-.  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified  electors of Rural Area "A" of this School District. The nomination paper  shall be delivered to the Returning.Officer at any time between the  date of this notice and noon of the day of nomination. The nomination  paper may be in the form prescribed in the Public Schools Act and shall  state the name, residence and occupation of the person nominated in  such a manner as to sufficiently identify such candidate. The nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened at:  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  \        HALFMOON BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  \   77       MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  \     ~ GARDEN BAY SHELL  '��� EGMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  on the 9th day of December, 7 972y between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and  8 p.m. of which every person is hereby required to take notice and  govern himself accordingly. '  Given under my hand at Gibsons, B.C., this 1st day.of November,  1972.  J. S. METZLER, for the Returning Officer  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)'  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  NOTE: Rural "A" of the School District is Electoral Areas A and B of  ,the Regional .District,    ,', ,      .,    , , .   .,,  ���UllllMUUIIIIIII|IM  layaway for Christmas NOW  A ALL LAY AW AYS REQUIRE 10% DOWN  "A" Pick up Layaway before December 5  and we will DEPUCT an odditionot 10%  on oil.orders over $20.  FORv EXAMPLE:  W��^'t��**��t'\S��.i!Mt��Ml_Pe$terip*1(W  Your* Ifoma'^pst^:;:;:^:^.,:.-.;.;'....,..:.:.:.;.'.. $50.00;  Layaway Doposlt ,._.-.T������.���..-��- ^.-... $ 5,00,  Discount for early Pick-up , ������_��� $ 5,00  NOW YOU ONLY PAY  ��� �����������������_)*���������  $40.00  AT YOUR  *mKU^^/'j_______m_fff **^wwww*11^^  X7j^Cllft(tpbetir&  0 1  yanetu  Trail Ray Contro, Sochelt  Club mooting.) will bo hold oooh  Tuosclny from :.:30 to fi p,m,, nt tho  church. Tho Pioneer Girls wprk ft.:.hond-  -ed up by, o ccirhmiUeb, ofi women���Mr;.,,  Mildred Erlcknon, Chairman, Mrs, Dor-  lone  McC^oon  nnd   Mrs,  Arlys  Polorn.  . Guides. workinR��wlthvthe�� Pilgrims-���ore-  Mrs, Kny' Given; CKlof Guldo,"Mrs:"Mnry"  ,,.,MncHBon..,nncl.,,..M���.K-,ffll9nnor.,,Wolvoi>ton.  Guides working In tho Colonist section  , ore-Mrs, .loon Rigby, (. Chief Guide nnd  ,' Mrs, Evelyn'iCpopofv      ��� .      ���    ;'  Tho commlttoo, re'eomrnonds the, nbovo  nnmed women who hnvo token tho ro-  cjuirod courses nnd hnvo l)'ocbmo cdrUfletl  ,f.uiae'a,  ; ���  ,K hirthor InformiVtion rogording oi>'  Tol l infj^nTpji ri^^pioliTiW^G l^lltTl^ WHff"  oonlnat tho commlttoo chnlrmnn ot IIIKI-  74<1'),- or-oilhor of tho chief guldos���  Mrs, Owon nl H(l��-2()()ll, or Mrn, Ulghy  nt '111(1-7(1(10.  " "    "" ���������"-���"���������w-M _,     Ml ,  Ed word 'G. 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' ' '  ���1 ��� '     I   I   ���.    -<       |l"''l   '     i'V*"'    /   r> "   ' |'      '      '        '   '' '   '' '     I     I''-   I '      '      ' "      '   '���"���"'���"���' it''",'"r "*   " *A'"' ''' "':"u;- ������"������^���������^' ��� '���(<I,--,i-, "i ji ti-f _  ,        .4  'US.  T  _l��BT1lWtt��>��Bai^^  l������(#��fl?ffiW��W**^^  t      I  ���7i \  -J  \  y  i    i*    w  '!*���_���*���       V  *  I     J  ���   \  X  \  7\   7  7  \  V  2fl^eai^ closure urggdj^  P  In  Ml  mi  extinction of  A   POWELL   River  group- has   urged   a  20-year closure  of herring fishing in  all Canadian waters.  Powell River Tourist and Industrial  Development Commission, in a brief to  Environment Minister Jack Davis, has  pushed -for such a closure except for  seining for bait, purposes and human  consumption of larger herring.  The brief was read at the general  meeting-; of the Sechelt- and District  Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday.  "There are certain known factors  about herring," the brief stated. "They  exist around the world and vary in size  inx different dceans. They, are probably  the most, sought ��� after fish in the world  for human consumption and are also  staple diet for most species of fish,  crustaceans and .mammals. Birds consume' up to 40- per cent of the spawn.  Their life expectancy is 12 years but  they "are subjected to such- ravages that  few. ever make it all the way.  The "brief stated that herring spawn  20,000 to 105,000 eggs per season and  about 80 per cent of the spawn constitutes the initial mortality rate from  storms, freezing, sunlight and predators  mentioned.  "This leave 20 per cent to hatch and  survive incubation and maturity. Confronted by the greatest, predatory of all  now   (man.   herring   could   well  be   another species-headed f;or**e>rrir_ctioti.  "Tlie thefrie of this brief is a hypothetical question... What would be the  disadvantages imagined from a 20-year  closure of herring fishing in all Canadian  waters, except for . bait purposes and  human consumption of the larger varieties;'.1 Surely any surplus of herring wo()ld  only draw other specie.; of fis.h- into our  'waters' lo enjoy this over abundance  of feed. Surely again, the reason why  most countries have to fish hundreds of  miles from their own coast lines is that  they have no herring of their own with  which to nurture their own fish species.  "Consider, against this... fishing herring for their roe is like burning down  a barn to kill a mouse... the loss is  somewhat greater than the gain. Fertilizer from reduction of herring is a poor  substitute for organic or chemical fertilizers. And, finally, the direct financial  and employment benefits derived from  the seining in March of this year, though  desirable to the economy, were, brief on  both counts and a potential disaster to  future herring stocks. Besides, revenue  from bait herring is far in excess of returns  from  the recent   experiment.  "Consider, also, the state of the herring population on the East Coast where  only a few years ago maritime provincial  governments  (e.g. New Brunswick) were  subsidizing \the construction of more efficient herring seiners? Meder'h methods  have virtually wiped out their stocks in  six ypars . .. many of these same seiners  are back in R.C. waters now, ready to  decimate the herring stock again as thi?y  did 10 years ago. "This madness has got  to end and we therefore make the following proposalsyto the Department of  Fh.'icries and, indeed, tho whole federal  government.  "(1) Herring be declared a protected  species in all Canadian waters for at least  20 years and probably forever. Exceptions to this would be seining for bait  purposes and human consumption of  larger herring.  "(2) That rnore reliance be placed upon  the recommendations of fisheries patrol  officers, wildlife , federations, sports  groups and commercial fishermen and  , less upon marine biologists and others  working in a mostly theoretical capacity.  In closing, other sources of marine revenue   should   be   investigated     and   we  particularly recommend  a study of  con-  >trol on dogfish in coastal waters.  Tbe  Peninsula Times \Page B 5  Wednesd&y, November 1, 1972  $3,000 damage whei^  sports car crashes  MiTTTMUM injuries were sustained when  Jeffrey Halberg, 19, of Madeira Park  drove- his 1970 Lotus sports car into a  ditch near, the recreatioY. centre turn  oft   nt   Roberts Creek.' "        - ,.-  Kit Kern, 27, of\Madeira Park, a passenger, alsto sustained minor injuries, said  RCMP. Damage to tlie cars was estimated  ^t about $3,000. Police arc continuing  l.i.-ir investigation  Sec hell Legion Branch 140  ifr#_r^##_w####^^^  17 . 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J  JACKPOT 7��I25  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  am  f  beitd  arte  ieti  f  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  ^#/jy/_w##//#_y^^  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy. Swap. etc.  ��� Put your message info mora  than 2,500 homes (10,000)  readers in these economical,  spots. Your ad i$ always there  for quick reference   anytime!  Sunshine Coast Business  * Here's an economical way to  reach 2,500 homes (10,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference ...,;. anytime!  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Daily, Tues through Saturday  Candles, Mac.arne, Beads, Arts and.Crafts  Cowrie Street ���. Sechelt ��� 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons. B.C.  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W#Wp!W��#'W_��W^*B>m��iwm  ifotmmmvmmirfM*. ��� \  ,        4-V  .r  V  \  \  ' \  X  Bill Sihclcfir, noted B.C77 author ... \  v ': _' - ��� ������-v 7. ������    ���   ",���^���   ,."���-.     _   .-x-  An honest-tb-God1 cowboy   r  dies in Pender Harbour area  EDITOR'S note: Cowboy, fisherman, author William Sinclair died in Pender  .Harbor Oct. 20 at the age of 91. His  funeral was last week in St. John's United Church, Wilson Creek. He is survived by a daughter, Cherry Whittaker  ^unc^his wife, Ora. His ashes were spread  on 'Poor Man's Roqk near Lasqueti Island. The following recollection is written  by Les Peterson. ���     '    \  WiNiam Sinclair arrived in the North-  Wcst   Territories     from   his     birthplace,  Scotland, in 1889, at the age of eight.  In   1889,   the   North-West   Territories  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your  Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  COMMUNITY CLUB  INGO  IN HALL  MADEIRA  PARK  NOVEMBER 2 - 8 P.M.  JACKPOT  $100  TO  GO!  included all of Canada west, qf the ."posU  a^e stamp" province of Manitoba to the  Kocky  Mountains.' N  The Riel Rebellion had been ended  only four years. The Canadian Pacific  Railway, born as^ the young Sinclair had  cpme into the worid, formed the new  brigade route along the Assiniboine-  Saskatchewan-Bow  Rivers.  Regina, the family's new^hom-e, was  still referred to by the native. Indian  xname for "Pile of Bones", from the enormous^ stacks of buffalo bones gathered  there. The buffalo itself was almost extinct.  Into its place, came cattle. Herds of  longhorns had been driven farther and  farther north from Texas and Oklahoma,  as railways became available, until, with  the building of the CPR, they were beginning   to   cross   into   Canada.  Cowboying came natural x to young  Bill Sinclair. At the age of eleven, he  was tending a small herd on the "outskirts of Regina. At fourteen, he headed  off on his own.       ..  He discovered, as he rode south, that  southern cowboys were reluctant lo stay  with herds farther north than Billings,  Montana. Bill Sinclair found that he  could find steady work riding herd from  Billings   north.  As Great Falls constituted a mid-point  in this route. Bill gradually made this  growing western town his headquarters.  Near there, he met Betty Bower. Betty,  seeing the life of the cowboy at close  range, was just making her first. efforts  to commit this life to story form. When  her novel, Chip of the Flying U, proved  successful, v Bill determined that, if a  woman could write about cowboys, why  could  a  cowboy  himself  not  do .so?  At Stanford University, Bill Sinclair  wb_ permitted to audit courses in English, in spite of his rather sketchy education.  After 10 years in the saddle, the cowboy   became  a   writer���and   Bill   Sinclair  \     \  became   Bertrand  W. .Sinclair.      7 .    \.  Kyi;   3(J   years,   tl.e   writing   of "Siovels  and s.ioi I  stories- poured forth.  First,  on1  Tuvv country���naw Gold, L$pd of-Frozen  N^.urtQi Vvud West.   \ 7X'  Alter   1912,   when - the- writer _moved  up   lire   coast   to   British   Columbia,   to  write on curiou^lopics in this new iamd  ���big     Timber,   North     of   '53,   Burned N  buuyes, Down the Dark Alley.  In 1917, Bill Sinclair acquired the  bout Hco Hoo from the other secretary  of the famed Concatinated Order of tall  taie loggers by that name. Exploration of  coastai waterway in this craft led to some  of the first authentic literature to grow  out of \this setting���Poor Man's Rock,  Hidden   Places, * The   Inverted   Pyramid.  To provide the time required to produce full-length novels, the writer turned  out a steady flow of short stories and  novelettes.  In 1936, after the appearance- of Down  the Dark Alley, a novel based on illicit  trafficking in liquor,, Bill Sinclair began  to. refer to himself as a fisherman. He  rigged the Hoo Hoo with commercial  trolling gear, and set out on the first of  the series df seasonal circuits around  Vancouver Island destined to continue  for 30 years.  Throughout his life, Bill Sinclair remained the multifoliate man. No single  topic: no single line of approach could -  for long satisfy his continuously growing  curiosity. From cattle-range rustling to  northland fur-trapping, to coastal logging,  to the disillusioned missionary, to the,  disfigured war veteran, to the fisherman-  canner struggle, to the rise and fall of  the trust company empire, he left, as he  moved, a broadening, giant path for  the discerning eye to follow.  Always, he was aware of the towering  figure of his cousin, Upton Sinclair. As  Upton moved to the city and factory  for his, themes, Bill gravitated to the  forest and the infinite sea. As Upton  worked on technological structures, Bill  probed the more deeply for an answer  to human motivation. Through every one  of his plots runs a thread of personal  impulse and its consequences; Every conclusion sheds some light in through the  windows  of  the  soul.  The First "World War probably constituted the most crucial happening in the  ARE ON TAP in the  .PENINSULA TIMES  . ��� ' 4., . '      X  Page B-6 The Peninsula "JTimeft  Wednesday,  November  1,  1972  w'ntor's1 ;lii'o_ pill Sinclair's Opposition  to ihe war eould in no way-be attributed..  to his fear of death. As a young cowboy, he had seen an older companion  tin iAvn from his horse and killed in the  midst of an exposition- on careful riding.  While logging and fishing, he had always  faced the possibility of an untimely 'end.  Biil Sinclair opposed war on the grounds  that war represented a needlessly wasteful, cruel and futile attempt to settle  humanity's disputes. Two' of his most  popular novels, Burned 'Bridges and  Hidden Places, grew out of his wofld  cataclysm.   7  Four years after the publication of  Bill. Sinclair's first story, Z'ane Grey., a  retired dentist from Ohio, began to write  of the wild West. While Sinclair's stories  looked more and more at reconciliation  pf conflicts through basic human decency}  Grey's relied on administration of justice  by means of the quick gun.  Midway through World War -II, type  being held for possible reprinting of gill  Sinclair's novels became scrap for munitions. Zane Grey's survived. Today, on  both sides of the 49th Parallel, while  denied access Ho a single Sinclair story,  school students can read from whole  shelves of Zane Grey books.  Perhaps, though, the difference 7m.  popularity of the two writers is more apparent than real. In Canada, his home  for the greater part of his life, Bill Sinclair is remembered by hundreds of personal friends. Friends made among readers by copies of books long out of print  but still passed from hand to hand; among  fishermen who, year after year, used to  attune their radio-telephones to the "Sinclair Hour" on the West Coast grounds;  among persons enthralled by the great  gaunt figure's -alluring voice and compelling   personality.  Bill was made aware of the friendship  of his fellow Canadians on the occasions  of his 80th and 85th birthdays. He must  have wondered, though, at times, about  the extent to which he was remembered  in Montana, where he had begun to herd  cattle, and where the great cowboy artist, Charles Russell, had befriended him.  All doubts were dispelled when, a few  years ago, an old.time Havre friend,  Claude Dowen; sent Billand Ora Sinclair  a copy of Dan Cyshman's Cow-Country  Cook Book, published in Great Falls. The  only photograph in the book, a two-page  spread across inside cover and fly-leaf,  shows young Bill Sinclair, in 1895, seated at meal-time by a chuck-wagon with  his  fellow  cowboys  during  a' round-up.  The book's brief introduction makes  no references to Western cookery, but  takes the form of a eulogy to Bertrand  W. Sinclair. The introductory passage  ends with these words:  ���"... His short fiction was one of  the mainstays of the pulp-paper magazines during the 1920's, and his  novels appeared under the imprint of  Little, Brown & Co. Of all .Western  novelists known to this writer, only  Sinclair and Walt Coburn had been  real, honest-to-God .cowboys and Sin-; ;  clair was the honest-to-gqdder of the'  , two." .     *:"���' ,:. , .  7  X  \  Madeira Park Happentngs  ���by Ernie r^ingston  HOUSE games: The^ intermural games are  going hot and heavy and House 2 is  coming very close to House 1 who is .still  in the lead. The students have been turning out quite well for all activities. A student referee's club is being formed under  Mr. Ttyi_j3._iloye.  Extra-mural activities: Mr. Rees will  be tajcing a group of students down to  Roberts Creek on Wednesday, Nov. 1 for  the long distance running events. All elementary schools on the Peninsula will  send representatives.  Halloween: Tuesday was Halloween  and several of the classes had special activities that afternoon. Mrs. Talento's  Grade 1 pupils were dressed in costumes  arid paraded \through the rooms. The students helped to choose the best three costumes out of the Grade 1  class.  Sock-top: The grade seven class  held  a sock-hop at noon  on  Tuesday.  Admis-  . sion   proceeds   went -towards   the   senior  class  trip.  The new reporter for the month of  November will be Diana Iverson.  TWILIGHT  Gibsons  886-2827  "All Shows 8 p.m. and in color .  Clint Eastwood is 7   ' x  Dirty Harry  (Adult)  WARNING: Some brutality and coarse  language.  Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sot., Sun., Mon., Tlie.  November lst-7th   ��� .  For  Quick  Results   Use  Times  Adbriefs  ions  x^onarataiah  To All the Friendly  Merchants of the  MIL BAY  SHOPPING CENTRE  on this, their  ji.  ^fifiy  hnnwer5aru  From the Management and Staff of the  ��__  Bank of Montreal  Canada's First Bank  SECHELT, B.C.  tpt^^iiftmtH't.  wmm  BUY IN VOLUME AND SAVE  FROZEN  ���     ���     ���  wmm/////m^^  :)d'i,l!'7-'7(,i >>;tU,y>  ���   r.  ail    '   . I,,I.   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