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 ~. "'^iti**��i>^*4ftW^r4--!.  \  \  : ^Cosf estimated $4B0J)00  \  -\.  Regional board approves  vote fair recreation centre  \  ENINSULA  IT WILL cos7an estimated $48-7,000 to  build the proposed recreation complex, ice arena and auditorium, according  to Eric Hensch, chairman of the recreation centre .committee.  In reply io a .request of the Jjiun-  shine Coast Regional District board of  directors Hensch quoted the following  figures:' ��� '"  ���Capital   cost     of   building     (assumihg  winter  ice)  $440,000.  7lAd^~folr^umaier ice $15,000.  ���Design  and  engureering  $27,000.  ���Equipment $5,000. ���  Hensch  noted  that since  the  original  ^cost  figures  were  released  Oct.   1,   1971,  the cost has risen $27,000.  One year ago  the   estimate     for   the'     Complex     was  $460,000. ^_ _ ..  "This  increase,"  Hensch  said,  "would  be  considerably   higher   were  it  not  for  the  landscaping  and  entrance  road  cost  of   $25,000   which   was   eliminated   from  . this submission.  He said that most of the entrance  program had been completed;which was  mainly financed through the local initiative program and revenues received  from the timber sale.  "My committee sincerely hope that,  after full consideration by the board; a  second plebiscite Will be recommended  and arranged for. The committee is of  the.opnion the taxpayer should be given  the opportunity to vote on this by the  end of the year which, we feel, if accepted, would. provide us with excellent  opportunities to qualify for governmental grants and low-interest rate finances,". Hensch "said.  The -first plebiscite was narrowly defeated in February. A 60 per cent majority was required to pass the issue and  the vote fell just  short  of that  margin.  Board Chairman H. J. Almond asked  Director Frank West what the mill rate  would be  if the  plebiscite passed.  West explained that if Pender Harbor dropped out of the plebiscite (it voted  strongly against it in February) assessmentslost from" that area" wbtild beabout  $9 million. Total assessment for regional  district is $50 million, he said, leaving  roughly $40 million the base to assess  capital services for the project.  West said that if the remaining areas  passed' the referendum the three mills  would    raise    $120,000,   "just    barely  yfate6  i ���  enough  assessments  to  swing  the  funds  7 for capital services."  J. T. Paterson, alternate for Jim Tyner,  of the Pender Harbor area, indicate that  his area will likely opt out.  Director Bert Slade asked: "Do you  feel right saddling people with a bill  like this? I'm absolutely in favor of the  '1 project but I see no concrete program."  He said that the exact, costs weren't  known nor how many employees the pro- .  gram would require to operate it. He  said that $70,000 deficit is nearly $6,000  a month. He noted that his area���voted 59  ���see  page   A-6  Retired seek  project grant  ��� \  A NEW non-profit industry for the Sunshine  Coast  is" a  possibility   if E. W.  Shaw of Porpoise Bay Road has his way.  Shaw, a retired mechanical engineer,-)  needs at least 10 senior citizens to form  a group to apply for a federal grant in  the New Horizons program.  New Horizons is designed to enable  many retired Canadians to remain active  in the mainstream of Canadian life, according to John Munro, minister of national  health  and welfare.  Shaw and others on the Sunshine  Coast hope to remain active by growing  flowers without the use of sunlight. The  project, as Shaw envisions it, would allow for year-arourid growing of flowers  using especially made artificial light,  controlled heatt humidity and carbon dioxide content.  To initiate such a project, which must  be non-profit, Shaw must recruit at least  10 retired persons in order to apply for  a federal grant. He already has two  others.  ,; A preliminary grant estimate is. about.  $1,600, he said, and the project must be  started  within  18 months.  Shaw already has a workshop with  heat and light and the like on his property which keeps the grarit request  down.  In a press release Munro said that  New Horizons is designed to substantially improve the quality of life for the  retired.   Through   participation   in   self-  Ihelp and other community activities, the  barriers which cause social isolation and  I   feelings   of   loneliness   among   those   Ca-  ,   !    nadians   over   65   will   begin   to   be   re-  (    nroyetitMunro said.  i Shaw7said that the growing of plants  v j    using  artificial  light  has  been  used  for  ._���i    many   years   especially   in   the   eastern  .   United States. New technology has made  it more practical, he noted.  Ajjy persons interested in the project  .v-  .'       .       ��� v v  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  r  2nd Glass Mall  Registration No. 1142  \  \  x  7     \  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume ,9. No. 45  Union   ��9*   Label  This Issue 12 Pages-*-15c  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1972  - "Aft  -s&jb..  ^T1"  >w  _%_-���'=;,.- ���'. ��*��� ��� V* ~.y;7 _.-*_'-7,";'."_���,:���. :-.  '^i_J "r ? V _rT_".-"   -_"���,'.._. J"" ...  J ��� ��� ��� '��� ������ -  ���  SfPSffjMTO^ 777' '^:hr,                        '' r'\ ..^^fe^ff^*''  ppi^^ ii? -'-:y ''': ,'-4f.\'���;y .-> *;���.������:"\j2d^^0y-:'-''���'��� ������ ^i  , : i       ���                  . l     ,,,',',' i.i. ���         '���.���   . ,i- '  ���                .           . "    '              ' '   .     ..''.;.-���....'. i ��t____T^^I             _��� *     . '   '���'  ,'   ���* ���    , i   , ���   ��� ���    r   :     <��� .'    '���  ���!_____ ___.  _,.!, ���.j_._.. "- ���-!���- ���-������   4. .. -_���-_. !L :. ... '.... '- ....���-.. .11     '.. _,__, ���________���    ���"������  "" '   i-HmliH'l.aJitealll.iTlii*   rt-1-"!]   .IL l.,l_L.-     ������--.-'        $224,265 project . . .  ]  Indians have received  20 of 48 housing units  ROBERTS CREEK  Regular meeting of the Roberts Creek  Cub  Pack^will  be  held   Wednesday^^ev.-; -^may^pntact'Shaw  at  885-9340.  enings"���froni "6:^*0" pm   to" 8 "pm'" in"*tHe '*-"*���''"-���' ���'���- '- ���;.. ��������������� *���    >��� '������;'���'  Roberts Creek Community Hall.  FIRST   DANCE  B.C. Association of Non-Slates' Indians  has scheduled its first dance this coming Saturday in the Roberts Creek Hall,  commencing at 9 pm. This fund raising  event ;ia'open to all.   '  ACCORDING to Gilbert Joe, administrator of the Sechelt Indian Band Housing  Authority;  the Sechelt  Indian  Band  has now received 20  of the 48  housing  invested in the project.  "Credit is due the various federal and  provincial agencies and our political  representatives who have supported and  assisted in making this project a reality  ;aihits ��� which 7-fre   being- Relocated-. ,frpm^^or 0ut. peoplfe,".:said Joe.       ".<"?.  Red Cross blood drive  slated al Si. Mary's  A  RED  Cross   blood  donors   clinic  will  be held Tuesday, Oct. 10 from 5 to 8  p.m., said Mrs. Charlotte Raines, president of the coordination council of the six  of     auxiliaries  of  St.  Mary's  Hospital.  Commerce,,^ilyer,^ Anni.yersa.ryn.,.,Banquet, Mrs,, Raines, ,,in urging,, a Jarge turn-  October  14th 'are  now available  at  tl>e    out,  said, "We never get enough blood  CHAMBER  BANQUET  Ticekts  for  the  Sechelt  Chamber  Times office, Stedmans, Bank of Mont  rea 1,^Coasts Cable: v|Visionj:i-Flay's'.B,arb9r  Shop, Mdrg-ins Men's Wear,  to serve this area."  ���   .Lapt year,-she said, 93 pints of blood  were donated in the drive,  the Canadian Forces Station at Ladner,  B.C.  j  Twenty-one of the 37 foundations required have now been completed,- said  Joe. The project will include 11 duplexes  and 26 single residences. All houses ih  the new Porpoise Bay- subdivision will  be landscaped next spring. Also, 'the  exterior of all relocated houses will be  painted. As soon as it is economically  feasible'the roads  of the new  subdivi-  ^.si6n,,,.w.^l,,,b,e.,,_blacktoppec" he ...said.  The  major cost of this project will be borne  by the  Indian  people who  will  pay  a  "We Will soon find ourselves in a  situation where we will have sufficient  housing for the number of family units  on our lands and the occupancy of one  house by two or three families will be  happily  eliminated,"  Because these houses are being relocated; and not constructed on, Site, the arrangement ' for mortgage draws is unique' he added. The result has been a  disproportionate shortage of working  capital,  A Really Big Move  This- duplex which looks: highland Porpoise Bay Road.  Band officials  dry is one of the 48 housing units said that it is hoped most dwellings  the Sechelt Indian Band will be plac- will be ready and families moved in  ed on a foundation. The units were by Christmas.    Inspecting    the big  barged up from Ladner. This partic- building are from left: Harry Hagar  ular  duplex  has  for  bedrooms   on of Gibsons, Derwyn Owen, economic  each  side.  Some   have  three  bed- development    consultant   with    the  rooms on each  side. They will be band and Gilbert Joe, administrator  painted  and placed  on foundations of the Sechelt Indian Housing Au-  in the .new subdivision developed off thority.  Prefabricated iownhouses , . .  Gibsons may get 12 condominium  housing units, il planners OK  GIBSONS may get 12. condominium-type    on foundalions, said Neville. The build-  townhouse units if council's planners    in'gs would feature California stucco and  give their approval. j...~'a~^i��� ~.���.-      _>���*_.,. i-.���j  u u���  Bill  Neville,   Seaway   Ventures  Ltd.,  Vancouver,   and   Murray   Pickens,   Mac  Gregor,  Pacific  Realty Ltd., Vancouver,  'Joe said:  ''rTfie'''Sec^  Housing Authority would like to acknowl-    Tuesday's council meeting,  due to the sloping of the land would be  constructed on a staggered basis.  Neville said that the homes would  be purchased,,with NHA inspection and  that' the owner-residents would form a  corppration and pay a maintenance fee  CMHG-mortgageKoft.-$224,-2G5.^ThisHi^  ^^li* .   '  '     'a      '. _"-_'! Ill _      '     _, ^' i . i'.i. .!'__ 1 '.. I'i'. a   ���    *      ���     ' '  '"���_ '������ ._!'_ J  1> _-.       l   r. .. . .. UnnnMn      laimaM.Un      nlllaf. 4  I-k^-J       j-k ��-v        In .' i'i' . (>    ���      ��� i-      ' i      ,     r ).������' ,'.'  addition to Sechelt band  funds  already  local  merchants,  and  businessmen  who    lhe towhh'ouses would, bo situated on La-  have   been   extending     generous   credit    Bonte proporty between School Road and  terms, and .are presently, carrying, a good-, ., Wyngaert, Road. 7 .,,���,..,,..  , .,   ly .percentage of the project. This situa- The units would bo prefabricated in  tion   will   rectify   itself   when   the   first    New Westminster and barged or trucked  mortgage draw is received." to Gibsons whore thoy would bo placed  se^soin  ���f*ii *-*a 1 i)��SW#,-t_4. f^t tlWi Vi�� k**t J ftW. Al��H(-_i *fl _*e*i  .>S��Nit"*t *rin#<ftta$ i!**JwJ.i. t**l .*-*~i.|��*i<aii%i��|!^(*l- .*. fit. 1 ^Bs*.**l'(* V"��BI<1 A'i*t**��*lJW,i>i'��ill��.i[:��  "Tourism Is liere to stciy"  *    i  Chamber of Commerce told  Residents would  also pay  taxes  and  the mainlenan,ee fee would include water,  sewer  and  garbage collection,- said  No-������:-������  vflle, Residents would also be eligible for  the homeowners',grant, he added.  Neville hesitated to quote the .sale  price of the townhousos but indicated  ��^that'4hoy��may-selMoi,��undop-$20,000.:��jrhe-**-"  units have a living room, dining room,  kitchen,, three; bedrooms, an unfinished  rccreatidh'rbom and "two bathrooms,1'. '  lie said that If council's planners,  Robin Buchon Ltd. of North Vancouver,  give tho 'go-��l>oad the townhousos could  be ready for occupation by spring,  "TOURISM'ia hero to'stay, it is part ol ,  our economy and therefore should bo  promoted  and  encouraged", Those woro  the words -of'uldvlco offered, .Uio< Secholt,,  ^nU.,Difltrlct1^,Chnmbor'���'io^'HC!0mm'e^:cQ',,���'���]oat',|���  week by Bureau, HostessTMrs,,Dorothy,  Chadwick,  ���. Mrs,,Chadwick haHbqen opt)raUng lho  Secholt' information booth ' Hiiico Juno  'JOth up to tlio ir>t.h of Soplombor thin  y,6��r. Sho appoai'Ocl al.t,ho,,Cba(iil,iur,. tiiout-  h\U to submit hor HcaHon-oiul ruport.  | During thai��� period, u total of I,Mt)  '���vlHltorH*HlHne4��lho^gu'oHt��bo0kf��AlhoHo��ina..  eluded, fl' for the 1^1. day of Juno, 430  f<{.' ,1 uly, BOO 1 n Aukw��i' ����d dow n to,14fJ.,,  for tlio first )n\U' of September, Mnquli'lon  covered' t\ varied, 'rnni.6 of Rubjectfi"nnrl  Included! mapf, nnd general Information,  camp-sltoH, flshlnH-ball etc,,, picnic hIIoii,  dlnlni? and driving, motoln, hotolis, runorlr.  ami JoclgCH, bcachcH, bt.al lauochlni. unci  led lo considerable confusion and frustration, Lack of pitbllc restrooms, lack of  notice al. Horseshoe Bay regarding return  ,,farej��,oii.aiio4orrles,J"lnally,,lacksofJlrat���  claHH,; hotel' aocomnipdatlon Wat*Secholt"  Hcpmod to have posocl a problon) to soma  vlaitoi's," '"' '  ��� REjqOMMENDATIONS,. ���,. f  ' Ci'in'cli.Hloi.' (IrU'wn frbm vlHllors com-  iiiontH and (IIhcuhhIohh' led  to tho view  ���l,),y MrH,,Chi!iilwiul;,thal,,,a,rilrH|v��iaHH,, hotel,  for Sucholl Hhould Ihj nctlvoly promoted.  Many afl'luent tourist.. Indicated a d.oslro  " ���soo   pngo   A-P  Chamber boat ramp  awaits completion  HKC1U.L.T and DlHtrlul.Chamber of C,om-  ALDERMAN MIFFED  " Aid. Ted Ilumo said lio was "put off"  by   statements   glvon. to   the   press   by  ^ newly elected MLA., Don Locks,tead ,on  7U7q-^pos'cU highway, .'       7    .  ,7.7     '..  "I'm put off", .Raid Humo, "It is not  right procedure  for  nn  MLA to mako'  nuch   HtatomenlR   \^it,houl   f.otl(lng   both   '  , sides  of' the Htory",  lockstead  had  al-'  , 'ready made Htatomonlt. cluring tiie recont  , olcotlon  ca'mpalgii,  about,  relocation  of '  ,.,tho highway,,,, ...,���,,.,,.. ,  u,������,,.,w��� ���. ���, >���.���.  LookHtoad   will   meet    with . Gibson.,  council mombui'H Oct, 7 al 10 a,m.  QlbHons councilmon voted thomROlvoR  ,a",(IM.',''por'leohrral^  crcuso, offocllvo Jan, I,.will inoroaflo the  .mayor's   salary , from .. 1,1500, yearly   to   ���  .fl,'.?!! and aldurnion's Indemnities from  ' s ���aoi   pngo   A,��6"  l ntiirln nmnn        Ivfiiinniii1 n linn      nc     , _.M. ...    .      , ��� , 'T,    ,'.   a... '��  entartalnmont,   tviumportallon   fni'llltjos,  el��,��� _   While a lai'ii". numluM' of vlnlUii'M \.wa  from tlio Iowor mainland, ll wim lilitnifl-  cant. tlial alnioiil nnu tlilfd of tlu.ni hud  hover )nnm un tlio ���Smii.l.ln.) Ouaiil he-  fore, OtherM ciimu from throughout Canada, and included: C^^uun Charlotte K  lands,  North-W��Ht' Terrltorlon,    Alborla,  Uh. public .'boal i'>m)p id.'I'orpnlm) Bay, A  lirnji'i'l nf the Cliamber,  tbe ,niinp han,  born on tho huului for about, two yearn  titul  wuh .Miniili'tuilrd  and. paved  a  few  , months 'aiio,. Unforlt.maKiJy  lhe contra...  , lur, OiuihI, 1'avhiM, did pot (!i)iii|)ietn tho  pi'.ijnl bybulldliif. up gravel and'fill  to Ihu level of tho ramp,  . ,  MoYitlnu 'Ii.hI wofik, Chamber member..  Ad-Bnets  point  the way  to action!  '���^At-l r*wlH-   i����n |H�� l��i��*a-1W tnW*.    �� Mifc.! t. tft*.  H4. fc>a��t.KHTa>*Wtiaimw��W  boo, New Hrni.fiwlckl.Nova.Hn)tin, ,,.,���,������, r(1fori,|n)1 ,��� t|10 HltualU hau ��� In Today's Classified*  From   south   of   \\w   \mn]vv   v|h11oi'h Hiun fnr, fnllml io brlnK Imk'K ii reply, '  (���amofmm; WiuihlnKlon,' 'Ol'iw***. Call- ������  >H     ��� mmhim VAm[,\nj]w([' [\w\, tho  rnla, MlnnoHlila, Arizona, Florida,   da- (,m,       ,H(|o WUB unwiliHfttUl0i,y  j���  uml  h,��, MasHaeljUHOllH, North Carolina, Vli'fU- ii .11.1 ,,,,1 conform io orlulnal nlans   11,  nlnrCWnrmlorMMi^  >*��������'��>������M����awan.,<MiM<rfWM^a��a^>MuMt��Ma^��>��MMa��a��MM>��a<M<   ,.,.  NAUdAllYiJl'l    l.-way    recllner. , Color, "  walnut, ."MOO. rirm,  '*^rv^4nm��vt0��trtrtrmrwm*mmtmmrmi.MmMv��m��mmm*mt.mmuw^''  Woll-Equlppod Houaoft  N uvVw.Yoi'k,����.U ta It pNo w*" M<>k lc(>r��n>'w<w.  From ovoi'ooiw.' cauni lnterertled' vi.-.i-  lurn from Clormany, Knuuiri, Holland,  MnrJund, Scolland,'Ireland, AuAlralla and  Hawaii,  AmooH  complidnls    and' . coinui'ifnlH,  Mojjt of.lli'u Jiouslng^mUR_afo^oqulp-;;*.Clnrpnco^Job^r^lrispoct.onot^o��4Uio\ hi tlio Iiouboj.' q/tor -tlielr long linul. iuTion^T'ro^ "fWu.��  pod  with  fit-wes  aiid <rufriconilorfl"  units for damnuos.���,.Joo  nnl(l itlinl" ovor wntor,  niul Uob)jy Boyes, Gibsons, Tefl,'mid   tlioro was remarkably llttlo daningo  I       '���,.   [  *  w*#��<Miw<aiam 1.1 m^^m  ��M��g��W��*Wi<tomic������ <-ag>^niiwn^M  I'orpohio. Hay . nbvurnmunt     camp-Nllo.  which la only now nuarluu completion,  n^rt^lionn^pnl^nv^Tatrvcyor^ttnrt^ttitnTt."  would appear lo bo no roioion why tlui  ramp fihould not havo been conMmeted  an r>pci.lflrdp'   Clialrmen of Ilia ramp committee were  not prdiiont;, ccnuioqunnlly It \vhh agreed  Ihu , matter, be hold1 \n obeyance until  noxl meellnf', at. which l|mo It. will,.bo  atmoilalncd preciRely whal' Ihu. original  aureamenl, 11' any, had been,   ,  '���-Timo��'ClQ��s��fitKj����Tcach'ayor*2;s60'bomw"  (10,000 roodors),  ��� T(movClassifieds po INTO'tho hom���� . .  not en Iqv.n5( Mreon or In culvortv '  ��� Tlmos,Classifieds aro low-cost, high-potency, ,  selos tonics,  ��� Phono linos opon Sunday; clamlflod  885-9654 Soqholt, ^86-2Ul Glbsont.  ,^��0<ij!'^��i*i��t^*��!*vw*t!;����  9649to?1tofamt!��H4ri)Htm94#l^9l<t��*M^^  T  ���v \  V  r^wt-Mi-gflMMBi^M^ "w*"1* ��g"��g jrw-Mffiw_T_r_ffrff' nimw_^_w_��_ri_r_wi-^jffl_nTtiT^T����  \  \  \ \  The PENi^suLA^I^e^  ITO  \  Around The Harbour  \  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, October 4, 1972  k/ may be WK>ng, but I shall not .be so wrong as to fail io say Avhat I believe to be right."  \      \. " ���John Atkins'  Richard   T.   Proctor.   Managing   Editor  The  Few Bring IMsrepiite  . GRAPUA TION,   the    culmination'   of  -    'approximately     ...... I .tii     years     ol  basic education, is in itself an achievement and certainly worthy of merit considering the numerous distractions encountered by present day students. Hot \  rods, mini 'skirts,tfthc drug scene and  present day promiscuity, are hardly conducive to seriou study.  \ 1| was therefore gratifying to see the  larpe number of successful students at  the recent Elphinstone Graduation ceremony. Also of note was the fact that  this year an element of coml'onnity of  dress' was introduced which even added  to the appearance of those males who  chose to let their curly locks hang  down  over their shoulders.  One of the- more unfortunate aspects  of graduation appears to be the fact  that what should, be a serious but happy  occasion is Invariably fouled up by the  antics of a few idibts! We refer to .the  age old custom of this element to embark upon an orgy of drinking, rowdyism and vandalism at the expense of  taxpayers who, in fact, made the costly  education  possible.  There is certainly nothing wrong  with a little innocent fun .and high spirits,  fourteen years of hard study certainly  calls fiy some kind of celebration. However, as with everything else, some restraint has to be exercised. We see no  indication of responsibility in the actions of young hoodlums damaging private or public property. The practice  of splashing paint over buildings, windows and sidewalks is no more than a  reflection on the mentality of the individuals responsible.  F.ven   worse   is   the   fact   that   they  seem to expect the law enforcement  officers to'turn a blind eye to such imbecility.. What is . more we seldom, if  ever, hear of prosecution^ and can therefore only assume that this is indeed the  practice.    -  Following the; last graduation Saturday, September 23rd, Secheh's main  street was the scene of a night-long exhibition of '.beer stupidity. Hot rodding  around the shopping centre, up and  down the vmain street caterwauling,  jSainting on sidewalks and business premises, "and generally proving to one  and all their basic calibre.  No one complains at soap of some  other easily removed substance but paint  applied to stonework and bricks is an  entirely  different  ball  game.  Coupled with other degenerate acts  of vandalism taking place recently in  the district, the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce has brought the  matter to the attention of the High  School principal. RCMP officers are  also well aware of the situation and are  understood  to be  investigating.  Sadly, of a graduating class of eighty  or so students, the malcontent number  but a few. Il is unfortunate that the  remainder and the school have to fall  under the shadow of disrepute because  of the  actions of  a  very  few  halfwits.  It all boils down to the same old  story: The permissive era and total disregard for law and order. The time is  long overdue for a rather more rigorous  enforcement of the law and this particularly applies young hoodlums who look  upon wanton vandalism as one kind of  heroic endeavour.  Hoodlums Always Present  r.LP.CTIONEERlNG, as an important  facet of our democratic way of life,  appears lo be taken as an invitation lo  nil the rabble and strong arm trouble  makers in creation who seek an outlet for r o w cl y i s m, sereaching- and  screaming.  Normally, in the event of a hoodlum  striking a pedestrian, he faces the full  consequences of lawful recourse. During  an election politically motivated hoods  would seem to have virtually free rein  to attack respected public servants both  with vile  invective  and  weapons.  During the last provincial election,  top ranking cabinet ministers were subjected lo rowdyism of a most vicious  nature and in many cases police appeared powerless lo act. While we were  all aware of the political affiliations of  the inevitable trouble makers, which in  itself speaks volumes, the main issue  is the fact that they arc permitted to  laugh at lhe law. It. is inconceivable  that hordes of placard carriers are allowed to shout abuse al those in authority, bash their cars or inflict bodily  harm, simply because , they . have different  viewpoints.  I.list  week  Prime Minister Trudeaii  ' enc()iihtcre(l   similiii'   indolence   Trbin 'n  leftist   who  persisted   in   harassing  him  hi  regard , to the Vict Nan. war., The  Prime Minister finally lost his composure, poshed the hoodlum away and used  one of his favourite four-letter words,  indicating his desire for termination of  -tlK,-discuissionrra^w,TO~^--^���"~������"-^~**~^���  It is an incredible situation when  the prime minister of a country is sub*  jeel to (his type of interference while  meeting the public Most responsible  people, whether Ihey approve of Trillion., or not, al least give him basic  rcspecl, Wc . have frequently launched  verbal attacks tu Triideiiu und his pur'l-  culur brand of polities, However, we do  not Imye to become morons and act  like,.ignorant savages,      ,   ��� <  ��� . Perhaps, one consolation might be  drawn from the fuel that ihe Tnideau  government, has been a prime contributor to the permissive era which has, In  turn, led to Hie preseni break-down of    luw ami oriler, Possibly our Prime Min-,  Isler will, before the election campaign  ends, learn the folly pf Hie attitude of  >����� 111 ��*���<-^����; > n'o n j ji.i c ti t*wtw t o \\* it rcl ��*f-��*wro n gt I ooTsr  Muybe he will  finally accept  the  fact  ���Inn so ninny current pfobleiiis refleel  lhe attitude of disrespect for .convention,  , iiw mul onler so; frequently��portrayed  hy Iw and his n.hlim Multilist followers,  Disregard for responsible leadership,  eonlcmpi for \\w f\ww ror Commons  ,.,.'".��<.. J"U"i"l)i"r,s.j)L..il.o_. I louse._,Ol.scene.  lU'slures mul foul language in' public  hnve all beeifpiirl of lhe Tnulcmi scene,  As a consequence we have an alarm*  ing iiMloiwvklo drug problem, purl...  cularly wllh young people, Individuals  who resemble something from U)t�� ettve-  iiiiiii era parade' ns leiieliers, There, are  '*^4mmmimt0mmmmimuiym<KHmmmjimi^mtmt��i4mnHnitm^  those in that fraternity who condone  use of drugs. Others have been known  to stumble through our halls of learning in a state of inloxicaliori. Commies  infiltrate from afar and proceed to stir  up dissenlion and anarchy, while crime  on the whole is on the increase. Even  little old ladies, struggling lo survive on  a pittance, are* becoming vtolims of  brutal attack and robbery.  Leadership has to come from the  top. As far as Trudeau is concerned  it has failed to emerge. Indeed, wc  would suggest, the department of the  Solicitor General has proved another  extremely weak link and has led to the  problems we now have with us, but  here loo direction should have come  from the lop.  So far in the campaign, Mr. Trudeau has done an about face in favour  of our senior citizens, he suddenly sees  fit to dress like a responsible human  being rather than a hippie, and who  knows! he might yet recognize the need  for a little law and order. Everyone,  including himself might then be free to  walk our city streets, without fear of  molestation.  New gallery showing  io feature seascapes  A SELECTION of seascapes in oil will  bo the main  font uro of tho now gnl-  "1 ory7.iv.. wi IflCWg. n ii 11T|r��1fi"TiToTdn^bcir"  ...  Lyman Meadows on Gower Point will  .show Homo local nocne,s, including ono of  lho -noted church, Our Lady of Lourdes  .and Ibo Old Homestead at Ooborls Crock.  His know.cdHo of tho peninsula goon back  to his childhood and depicts the changes  ;as well as tho landmarks of.tho Sunshine,.  Consl,  A former toucher of art, and at, ono  tlmo a polttleal��cartoonist��wtth"tbo"Sun,  Mondowa,''l1'riioT''bfc'^ of  .__,orU "3y,i_K .H'gl.,School, But ho conlln-.  nod bis art and as woll as noaseapos ho  paints portraits and animals,   ., .    .  Samples' dr ihoso will bo Included, but  his work In wnlQi' color will not. bo  .shown .this,tlmo. , , ,.. ,,,..���,.,.  It Ih always ��ood to welcome a now  comer who brings, to tho small but natlvo  ��rtlfiKcommunlty*��her(.-,1',ilmulntlnR'*ldonr  and It will bo well worth t. visit to tho  Mallory, Halcl a spokesman for tho gujlory,'  Tho five most popular variolic of  TIC ..|>|)I.<h aro-Mi'IiiIohIi, Hod Dollcl-  .111.., CJ..I.I...I. Polloloui,, Sparfem and Wlno-  sap. ,  GRADUATION c7<>n7;ps for the 15 ��ra-  v duali.ng ..indent, took _place at P?n-  der Harbour Secondary School, Saturday, September 30. Receiving their diploma? v*ere Brenda Crosby, Janice G^tm-  mi.ig, K,im Lawiente, Diane Lee, John  Malcolm, 'Jim'" Mercer, Billy Reid, Neil  Soahohn. .Tory Rousseau, and Andy Tait.  .In absentia were Cora Beale, Kenneth  Bilcik, Roxanna Dubois, Gordon- Kam-  iiicrle and Kirk NnrUirup.'  After tlie singing ol O Canada,'open-  ingYem.arks wore made by Principal of  the High School, Mr. A. "L. Thompson.  First a telegram from Mrs. Margaret  Thompson, wife of lhe Principal who at  the moment is in England, wag read  expressing "Congratulations to the Grads.  Best wishes to all of you for the future."  In his opening remarks, Mr. Thompson pointed out how he has, in the past  two years, tried to emphasize respect for  scholarship, respect for others, respect  for the laws and traditions of our society  and respect for oneself." He said, "There  is still room in this world, I believe for  the honest person, for the truthful person, for the person of integrity���indeed  I hold that honesty, truthfulness and  integrity are more important and more  necessary now than at anytime in man's  history." He also pointed out that "couf-  testy and consideration for others are the  hallmarks of an  educated  person."  Greetings from the School Board were  given by Mr. Wm. Malcolm. District  Superintendent, Mr. Hanna was unable  to attend due to illness. Introduction of  the Graduates and Presentation of Diplomas vveie made by Mr. Thompson and  Mr. Malcolm. A very humorous Graduation Address was given by Mr. Ray  Kraft, local fisheries officer, Fisheries  Branch,   Department  of  Environment.  Following this was the Presentation  of Bursaries. The Ladies Auxiliary to the  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 112 was  presented to Randy Tail by Mrs. D.  Silvey. Randy Tait also receiced the  Pender Harbour P.T.A. bursary from Mrs.  P. Knutson and the Sechelt Peninsula  Times bursary from new editor Mr. Richard Proctor. The Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 112 pursary went to Jim Mercer.  Jim also received the Sechelt Teachers'  Association bursary from vice-president  Mr. Jacob ahd the Pender Harbour Credit Union bursary from Mr. Mark Myers.  Presentation of the Jean Whittaker  Commerce Trophy went to Diane Le^,  presented  by  Miss  Dawn McKim.  Mrs. . L. Talento accompanied on the  piano for singing nf The Queen. Light  refreshments were then served. About  sixty   people' attended   the  exercises.  DRAMA  GROUP  Pender Players, an amateur adult  drama club will be forming soon under  the direction of Mr. Alan Thompson,  principal of Pender Harbour High School.  First meeting will take place Tuesday,  October 10, 7:30 p.m. at the high school.  It is hoped that the production, The Emperor's New Clothes will be ready as a  Christmas play for children. There is as  much talent needed for back stage assistance as there is for actors. If you  can sew, paint, do carpentry or are  generally just, interested turn out at this  meeting.  -by Diana Bomford^-phone 883-2440  ... X     \  YOGA 4  Yp&a classes will begin 3y.OT.day, October 2nd at\7 p.m. Fees for adults (both  men and women are welcome) is $10, for  teenager'- is $5. Classes will be held at  Marg Donley's on Johnson Road, Madeira Park. The course1 extends from October to the end of April with time out for  holidays. Instructor is Mrs, Evans Her--  mon.\For more information call 883-2745.  IN   BRIEF ' .   "    . \  Cuiisti action of a new bridge at Canoe  Pass on I'Vancis Peninsula is well underway., Temporarily a bailey bridge has  been set tip keeping one lane traffic open  while building of the new bridge takes  place. -        ���  Bowling scores for last Wednesday  show Totoy Talento taking both the men's ,  high single with 276 points and the men's  high three with (375 points. Carol Reid  placed for the ladies big-h single rolling  271 and for the ladies high three totalling 615. Team high game was taken by  the Dynamos who bowled 1,100. Top Cats  took the overall high points for the  evening chalking up  17 out of 24.  There will be a Parent-teacher meeting at Madeira Park school Wednesday  October 4th, starting at 8 p.m. All parents  and  visitors  are  invited  to   attend.  Any parents interested in participating in a Play-School venture in the  Madeira Park area are urged. to phone  the school at 883-2373 and leave your  name, and phone number. If there is a  sufficient number of people interested, a  play-school programme perhaps could be  started in the area for pre-schoolers 3  and  4 years, of age.  For .any'of you with very young children as I do, I was given a recipe last  week for an excellent play dough which  I  would  like to pass on.  1   cup flour  '_   cup  salt  1 cup water  1 tablespoon  oil  2 teaspoon cream of tartar -  Food coloring  Mix together. Stir constantly over  low heat until it becomes firm all  through (five minutes).. Knead when done  to mix thoroughly. Keep in plastic container in fridge. Great for two year; olds.  Poet's Corner  ���Your contributions.are invited  MISTY    MORN  by Cheryle-Ann E. Jay  Violet   dawn   drifts  to   the   pale   golden  misty  morn  As lhe flaming orange sun crests  the deep purple mountains.  Feather   fingered   clouds  drift   to  some  distant   horizon .  On  lhe wings  of the' misty  mom's  restless wind.  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THIS article will.discuss siniple science  applied to building and the first example is arranging for the structure to  stand upright. It is done, in part, by "floating" the house on the earth in the same  fashiort than a stick floats on water. Another part of the upright trick is to have  the heavier weights of the structure in  the lower half, and the final part is  to tie the roof to the walls in a way  that the wind, snow and rain loads are  transferred from the roof to the footings  and thence to the ground. In early buildings, roof loads were often greater than.  the walls could take and the walls were  pushed outwards. If you make a "roof"  with this newspaper and then push down  on the peak you will see why.  The house of 1000 sq. ft. with' an  fl' concrete wall, 8" thick for its basement is sitting atop a weight of about  50 tons. More graphically this is the  same weight as ten elephants. Naturally,  this is not likely to move far, either up  or down, though it can be moved sideways by heavy trucks, bulldozers, or  slumping of the earth. To reduce this  risk footings are often provided with  slotted key-ways or steel. s.pjgfytss -which  lock the wall to the footings.  The story of building is the story of  the gradual widening of the distance between walls or other supports. The ancient Greeks used a form of post an,d  be?tm construction with limited spans.  Alpng came the Romans, who invented the  arch, and increased span length. The  Gothic cathedral age saw the, introduction of large roof trusses, which again  increased span, and in the last 15Q years,  the English, produced Portlahd cement ���  (named for its resemblance to Portland  stone), and steel. Towards the end of the  Soqondi.....VVorld..-;..Wniv.-��tl^o..Engll(sh.;;.^lspr,^e-.  voloped pre-stresse'd concrete,'Tliese last ���  Ihvoe things ma.'o our modern buildings   possible, Ind.. this is,,not, the.endiotthc.,,.  stqry for os wo enlarge our knowledge  of how atoms are bonded together, wo  will become capable of making material  "to order" and' so increase span length  .,��.....boyoncU.ouiv,,wilda^^  This brief, review does not cpvor all  aspects h of this  fi.sclnatlng subject, but. ...  the Idea' of "'those arlic'lo's If. io give tho"  roador  ...   basic   uiujorsUuidlng    of   the  ���principles Involved.  Tho 'noxt. application of science to  budding Is In thq lay-out of roorns. As  stated' earlier',' sunlight is' i'reo nnd" can  ���   l.o u.111,.0.1  by nil, who' mhko iv smnll <  effort,   All   that  ls   required  is   to  ask  "whnt nm I doing at such nnd such o  7*;t|r).o?"  nnd  put tho appropriate' ��� room *  where the sun will sblno ln it nt that  ��� ��� time,"-"1-      �� ���������"������'������'������  At  night,   for  Qxnmple,  dnvknoss   is.  !' nr, 'nld to Rleep nnd since tbe dnrkesl  sldo of n house Is on live north, this  Is plainly tho sldo1 for the bedrooms. For  ��-v-thp!.Q--.-irifllng-'-4)ofoi,o-'--0.-.n.m,".tho......flun^lH.  still In tho onstorly quarter, so here Jlu.  the plh'co for soolng tho sun In l'io l>ntb��  ���>aJ^room��nn'cWov^r,-^bronl.fnHWn��tl.o��kltohcin,-  Slnpo  kllohon    notlvl'ly  will    continue.  --.".Ihmi.ifll. most of>tho,dny, bright,southern  1 llghl  will  help ninko work moro plpo-  iinnt, tin'now llnjro lfi-n nocd for'lho  ltljohon to I'ncn both onsf nnd wwth. T]ui  fioulliKiriHt onrnoivol' the hoimc. Is perfect,  TIiq bathroom still (won east nnd If 11  .Is plneei. between Iho klli'livu nnd  bed-  rqQm^. it has thp twin advantages of being, close, to the. bedrooms and simplifying, the plumbing.  The living room should be close to  the kitchen, especially if an eating area  in included. This room should be sunlit  from morning coffee time through even-  in^v'^inner"*ahd the only way "to "do it  is to place the living room with its  long side along the south wall and provide a west window. A hall is non-living space.so this should go on the north  wall and so fix the location of the front  door. A side door from lhe kitchen on  the east and a sundeck off the living  room complete the picture.  It sounds simple and it is simple. If  the lot has been chosen carefully in accordance with the previous article this  design will fit it like a glove.  The next article will discuss house  shape  and  its  effect  on   costs.  If you have a window with an unhappy view, cover the glass with a  closely woven matchstick blind or translucent  textured  shade.  More than 7,000 apple varieties have  been named but 12 account for 85 per  cent of the production in North America.  WANT an  old  fire truck?  Gibsons Village Council has one ��� its  trying to get rid of.  Aid. Jerry Dixon suggested that the  council offer the surplus 500 gallon pumper to Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Department which is in tlie formation  stages:       --      - - - ���-������������  However Dave Johnston, village clerk,  said description of unit should be circularized throughout the province to determine if there are any offers for it.  The village has spent $2,000 overhauling tlie La Fargo unit but when new  equipment arrived the pumper became  surplus. ;.  Aid. Dixon also suggested that the  ambulance operator purchase ah oxygen  unit. Johnston asked Dixon if he had any  idea what such a unit would cost and  the alderman replied that he didn't. A,ld.  Ted Hume said that he thought an oxygen unit would require a qualified person to  operate it.  Johnston suggested that, such a unit  might be a good project for a local club  to supply it.  Graduates   Receive   Diplomas  Eight' graduates of Pender. Harbor  Secondary School received their  diplomas in a ceremony at tjie school  Saturday night. There were 15 graduates. Pictured here from left, sitting  are: Kim Lawrence, Brenda Crosby  and Diane Lee, holdin g the Jean  Whittaker Commerce Trophy. From  left standing are: Joey Rousseau,  Ratfdy Taif, Jim TMef cer/ Don m^F  colm and Billy Reid.  Chaplin, Me&tan* Mhrceau  Jeatured at film iestival  ^EIGHTY persons  attended  the first- session^. International Festival Films oil  Sept;-2(5 at the Twilight: Theatre."  Many members were unable to attend  due to previous commitments, but 34 new  members joined bringing tlie membership  up to ,almost 150. Several non-members  came also, but ^the membership is expected soon to be fully subscribed at 200. The  festival was sponsored by Kwahtahmoss  Film Society. .'���".'  The first session offered an interesting  opportunity to compare the differing  styles of.Charlie Chaplin and Buster Kea-  ton. The Tramp (1915. was one of the two  reelers made for Essanay Studios when  Chaplin was developing his style and  "earning..into his own at a salary of $1,250  per week. Tn the, following year, "he was  . producing and directing his own comedies  for Mutual at almost 10 times that figure.  With The General (1927), Buster Kea-  ton was at the zenith, of his career so soon  to be obliterated by the advent of the talkies. A somewhat abridged version of  this, one of Keaton's most famous films,  was screened. Although a .rather tasteless  and quite unnecessary commentary had  been added to the original silent picture,  the essential Buster Keaton came through, a lonely little human figure engaged  in an unending conflic with the vast mechanical monsters which inhabit his  films, perhaps the most exact and mathematically precise of comedians.  The program was completed with In  The Public Park starring the great French  mime artist. Marcel- Marceau who has,  perhaps, taken over where the great stars  of the silent era of motion pictures left  off.  9  Tlie society plans a total of 32 programs which will be screened weekly  at the Twilight Theatre at 8 pm on either  Tuesday or Wednesday, depending on the  theatre's regular bookings. The local press  and the society's programs should be consulted for details and the days and dates.  Thp Pe.nirv-uln IHipes* {"cige^-S  Wednesday, October 4, X9TZ  "V  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road v  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.        '/  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���-7:30 p.m.  T'ASTOR:  GER&Y FOSTER"  '     "   ���      '   Phone:  886-7107  \  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:3Q p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus1'  (2 blocks up from Highway)  =Sl  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  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail  Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,   _,:..Wednesday,. 7; 30jrp'.m..,_.,_.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  ���$'.'^;v:$ 7:$7;-$7.$ 7 $.;���'$7'$���.���*$::;:$7337��|-77<^_��77$7$���.:,$,;.. $  :*7$7s*7^^'*7-'-57*7$*s^:4.������$ ,^7;$7^.^7:$7^7^71$;ft$7.$;:.^'  ^tJSbk'  CHRISTMAS   Cards   make   a  much   appreciated  gift���get a  box  or  two  at  Miss  Bee's,  Wharf  Road,   Sechelt.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events isa 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,  yt_____Mp__w_aivuwu}ivm  Oct. 4���1:45 p.m., Health, Cent^  Oct. 4���8 p.m. Mrs. C Connor's res, Halfrnoon Bay. Sechelt LA.-to  Guides ancl Brownies Mta,  Oct, 4���8 p.m., St.,.Hilda's Hall,. Secholt GardepClub ryitfl. , ,,,,.���,  Oct, 4���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall, Blnao,  Oct, 5���7:30 p,m, Welcome Beach Hall, Film Show on Canada.  Oct, 5���8 p,m, Pender Harbour Community Hall, Blnqo,  -2 p'.m Roberts Crook Legion LA Rummago Sale.  ry0����^rt,lT30,_  -8 p.m, Sechelt Indian Hall. Blnpo,  -From 9 a,m, Roberts Creek Cubs & Scants, Fall Bottle- Drlva,  -8 p,m. S.C.Golf & Cotitry Club, Card Party,  ���From 9 p.m, Roberts Creok Hall BCANSI Danco.  ���5-8 p.m, St, Mary's Hospital Blood Donor Clinic.  ACLEODS  AUTHORIZED DEALER  TRAIL BAY HARDWARE LTD.  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  Phone 885-9828  3 VPAYS. ONLY:  Thursday, Friday aqd Saturday. Oct. 5, 6 and 7  Limited Quantities* on. some items  Oct,  Oct  Oct. II���1:30 p,m. Legion Hall, Madeira Park. Hospital Aux,  Oct., \2���2 pm, St, Hilda's Hall, Secholt Hospital Aux. Mtfl,   '  Mlq.  ASK FOR QUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ���Sparkla.iyi0UTJ(HL.W^  Wo*zeima MOU^  Sparkle AWTIPERSPIRANT SPRAY 2 for $1  Soft & Pry ANTI PERSPIRANT SPRAY ...2 for $1  Sparkle TOpTH PASTE .......ZiorSX  ���Golgate*TOOTH-"PASTE-.-iv.;.w.vM,............,.,.... .2*f or*$ fl  Rcsigiiing Beauty SHAMPOO ,..,2 for $1  leignjingl^^  French Foririiila HA<R SPRAY ,..2 for $1  Gillette Dry took HAIR SPRAY for Men ....2 for $1  Y -^^*l'     .Wff-n'nr... ,.<-.    A"  | Multiple ' Listing  Sorvlco  yancouyor Roa) Estate  >">|  ' Poard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 8857^2?S Bo* 128, Secholt, p.C  ��wt��>��CQI.Iia��[UtQl.lj����a��r,QQai^T,rQ  ZEnlth-2021 '  m  Girls' Eidorlon PANTIES,  Stees 8^14   for  Ladios' Nylon  LONG; SLEEVE TOPS : ������_..r_.....'..::;:_..:...;:_. L'���:u.:._i_ :&.-.... ..each  Men's .....-,,���.;,;..,:,,...  ,,..������...'���.... . i  DOUBLE KNIT PANTS '. ..���.....v^.<,ach  $1  $2  1 only Zenith  FLOOR POLISHER  1 only LP  GAS WATER HEATER  1 only Coleman  OIL SPACE HEATER  >Monfs-��:'-'��� -  DRESS SHIRTS  "Men's**  each  T*  jULiuuiiaifnaipnmrimTI���iri TTlTITi 1���"~"""7""^rn"^"r""""rr"T""""""V'",T*'!??!^!^^r!!!r  CARDIGANS   Mom's ,,..,.  Men's $/  I^LAC|< OXFORDS ,..pair VP  *^wn^^a.��^.��^*iff.*ft]^ UM|I   ^  each  "*TI'' oinily ��*" ���""'"���"��� -i'"1-"-"���������>.������  .303 CALIBRE RIFLE  *l*onlrWlii Chester*! 2#gur  SINGLESH0T,GUN      1 ofllyjWI^chcstor 12 9M.  PUMP SHOTGUN  ��..f"*!*ff^W^'*  1 only C.I.L. 22 Cal.  RIFLE ...,  ^���Pr l"W^  <>N THa? SECHEILT ��� WfAT^RRRpNT  \iApenn  4 P.  efifittPM B^59769  COMfNG7����ONs  Chinese Food  hy rosorYoilon ,  ,   beginning Octpbor 6th    , ,  EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY  ; 6   p.lT>a   >0   Q   P'lW'  12ATERlNG~TO  DINNER^WIEETINQS  FULL COURSE DINNERS  ' S   PaRI*   tO   $    Pattla  WE SERVE THE  FINEST IN SEAFOOD  FALL and WKNTER  HOURSs  1,..,,TMRSPM.,J9,PR'.W;.;_.  11 a.m. - 2 p.m. fii 5 p.m ��� 8 p.m.  SATURDAY  "ll^a.-nTrfro-S^p.m-  ����������S M N D AY-*-"*"  12 noon, to 6 p.m  Vpf_i  soap  "V"  1 only Sanyo  CASSE"TTE TAPE RECORDER .  Moydf?  CASSETTE TAPE RECORDERS .1.,  OTrock 7 ' ,    ;                ���        '               .,.,,,.',  CAR TAPE PLAYERS __ .' '..   .... .each  |Ni<a)Wlt|H>i.P*l��*<>"M����><>W  at*fl.*a *WI*M aa**.   Q,ach  12" PORTABLE B/VY T.V.  Sanyo  17" Portable, B/W T.Y.  ���naM*,��t��.��4a^i 4|����<n  ,7,  BfWWlit*.  *��MWW��W������^��B*W  Hiaai*��iinN��ifi��MM  *4fi^m&m#i!*mm  r9"'c0WT;vnr:  9,4*4. <_w*��4i4tlMminm*m4,m+tt)tHmt,+nm  i/s^��^mm^m^^^il-  WaH^Mtn^MMW  ���������������tlOttMim  ^55  $100  i  ���*.    ,      ��   f .   it  ) i*l ii, ,iy.  ^45��  iftWttW^U  ��fl^l��B^^H��(*M'l^l^'pi"��-'  iMKWWWiimwi ���aawaanamiaanaai m  ...4 -,*  W ,      ....&.!  IM>lllllll<��IIIBIIII.��IMI<IIIWaWI>WW��^^  lamnwwmmni  wmmimtmB*  ia��a��i> ���>.<a<iwiiaw����iiMMiyifMMa-ii��aia��t��iawi.Mya����aii��ii.taiwiaiwi>iaaiaiiiaa^  SAVING YOU MORE  n99mmui(.m?*y{m4wmm*mww4nM��94^^  T*  vA'ny,.  <9*.,ft\,:  imimw'QmwvmmMmmm  *mmwfii&  \   .  t  T ���4-  \  \  Page A-4 Peni^ulo Times, Wednesday, October 4, 1972   ^^ ^ ^^ R��AL ESJATE (Co||0 wANTED T0 RENT  *~UMiif<��MtM_l��MM��MMfMyi_M  ,__     _ _- Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  The Peninsula /iwe4 Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  \_r_fiLmL9_m_r%fW_t9W_mm0_nL9_nt%__nn^  TWO five acre bloel&Nveleval-  ed property v within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Writa Box 310, c-o  Peninsula   Tjmes> Sechelt.  7 333-tfn  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt, B>C.  Established 1963  \  Member,vAudi�� Bureaa  ot Circulation-  March 31,  1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  ot 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)   30<_  iThis rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box  Numbers 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  tor Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Ccrd of Thanks. In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  and 30c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���:  By   Mail:  Local Area  $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00  yr.  PERSONAL (Continued)  BEGINNERS     Square,    dance  lessons.  For information call  Jack or Pal Whitaker at 885-  2438. v 569-tfn  BAHA'I Faith, informal "chats.'  885-9568,  886--20787 f68-tfn   _______ __ -,   HELLO friends! It's time for  our Fall Bottle Drive . . .  Let us help you clean up for  winter and let you help us  raise funds for outings, arts  'and crafts, Saturday, October  7, commencing at 9 a.m. Roberts   Creek   Cubs   and   Scouts.  595-45  WATERFRONT. >- , between .  Silver   Sands    and   Madeira".  Park. Over 700'  wa-terfrontage  on 12 acres. Both side of High- .  way; 101. Municipcd v^ater, \po-  Wcr, southern exposyre,2 bed-   : ���> ^   ��� room   modern   house;   6   years '  \NICE cozy home, well insula.-     old.    Oysters,    clams,    salmon  ed, large sun deck; over loo- -for lhe taking. FP $65,000, one  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   ���  Canada      Single Copies   CARDS OF THANKS  WE wish to express our sincere thanks to our man^_  friends and relatives for their  kindness, cards and beautiful  floral offerings in the loss of  a beloved husband, father, and  grandfather. Also our thanks  to all who donated to St.  Mary's Hospita1, Sechelt, B.C.  ���Hazel Skytte and family.  620-45  REAL  ESTATE  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  9     /_�� $17,500.     Phone    886-7374     or  ���$10.00   yr.     wrile  box  708,  Gibsons.  8202-tin  king Georgia Strait, lovely,  sandy beach and good fishing.  2 bedrms., large lining .m.  with fireplace. Kitchen, dining and utility. 4 pee. -balti,  elec, heat, stove, fridge. Lot  60'xl50\ ins Davis - Bay. Only  $23,500 FP. Phone 885-2368.  x 55-S-tfn  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near ��>iecret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times,  Sechelt, B.C.        7  332-tfn  WATERFRONT ��� 5 bedroom  home, A.O. Good view. By  owner, Sechelt area. Cash to  mortgage. Write P.O. Box 565,  Sechelt, B.C. 570-lfn  14   ACRES,   private,  area.    R2    zoning,  exposure,   treed.   Ph.  Langdale  Southern  886-2861.  619-47  $3.50  $4.00   15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to rer  produce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, mUst be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject      to     recourse     in     law.  "tn  the event of a typographical  >.   error advertising goods or services,  \pt a wrong price, goods or services  nnay not be sold and the difference  cHarged to the newspaper. Advertising   is  merely  an  offer .to, sell,  ond   may   be   withdrawn   at   any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising    is   accepted    on   the  condition   that,    in   the   event   of  typographical   error,   that   portion  of the advertising  space occupied  by   the   erroneous   item,   together  with reasonable allowance for signature,   will   not   be   charged   for,  but  the balance of  the advertise-  ��� ment  will  be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  nourly rate for the additional  work.  COMING EVENTS  TETRAHEDRON Ski club an  nual   meeting   Oct.   11,   8:00  p.m.,   Gibson's'1 AthloUe ��� Ha  Everybody   welcome.       456-45  "r,,TBIIrt,HiS:"r'"f-"'"r''vr ,?"f'          GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  . ,  ,  arc plcasad  to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  pqrants.  ��-SA^AnvitrrDrtvl.rG6ilMiffi"��To���  very huppy to imnownt'o llio  wtIymI of ti son, on Septom")t.r   HOtli,   11)72.   Mi.ny   tl.i,i.l.s   io  Dr,. Khhnoh unci iNurnlnt. SWil'l'.  (W'Mft  PERSONAL  , At-COJ.IQUC!3' AnonywoUH ��� *���  Mooting.)   '):..(.)  p,m,,  Thurn-  di.yn, WJIhoiv Crook Commun-  , ily   Hull.  Ph.  1.85-0327.  ' *.fll.7--irn '  , .���__.���r_���,���,  Finish High School at Homo  Canada's Loading School  N<m_ BROCHURE      '  EWART McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  LOWER ROAD: Two excellent building lots, close to  good ;.beaeh. On pavod road.  Water connections, Hydro ;and  phone available. Lots have  been selectively cleared. Some  view obtainable. F.P. $5,600.  Each.  GIBSONS: 3 BR house located on a nearly xk acre  lot. Home has a large pleasant  living room with an attractive  fireplace. Stove, fridge,, freezer and drapes are to remain  with house. Home also has a  one BR self contained revenue suite. Property is conveniently located to shopping,  schools and theatre. FP $38,-  000 with $15,000 down. Try  your trade on down  payment.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: Very attractive 2.60  Acres of well treed and level  land. This acreage fronts on  200 fl. of paved road. Hydro,  phone and community water  are all available. Potential  view property a short distance  from the beach and close to  store and Post OOf.ce. F.P.  $14,000.   OOFERS.     '  GIBSONS: Hillcrest Ave. New  "Willowdale" 2 bdrm home.  Trade, up to this new home  and get all settled before winter. Price reduced to $26,500  for quick sale.  I���    GIBSQNS BAY AREA: 2 &. 3  bedroom  homes; one on  the  waterfront ancl the othor on a  ..very, choice .uero, k)t, ,,Both  ul'  those   are   I'liU'Vc* commcrcinl  properties, Bring all offers,  WILSON CREEK: .1 bedroom  rulii'-.tnont homo on B/T  mud, close to houch, Good  gurclon soil, nil ulilUios and  eoso to transportation and  Hhup|.'ng,   All,   this,    caii ,   bo  you rs io . 1 i"b;oo'o: '" ~ *"" "  LANGDALE: Ovor 100 ft. of  1 prima wnl.fi rfron.on n lovo-"  ly kmI'o, sanely bench, Executive typo homo wllli full buna-  nionl, Mart-go unci 2 airports,  Vory nicoly lunclHcupocl , and  Huuludutl. Asking $4(1,000.  '. . ������ .,. .Mombor,  Vatujouvor UotU EstiUa Bourd  PHONE  8U(].2248  FOR SALE���2 bedroom home  half basement, wall to wall  carpet.living and dining area.  Fireplace. Two lots, beautifully landscaped, green house.  Phone 885-2357. 607-47  OWNER must sell 2 bdrm.,  ful' basement house, condition as new, Davis Bay, beautiful view, close to beach, store  and transportation. Large lot.  Phone  885-2886. 609-45  PRIVATE SALE ��� Park-like  acre with year round stream  and children's houses, enclosed pens and building for birds  or ? Furnished large bed-sitting room, modern kitchen &  veranda finished. Foundations  for extension laid. Lumber  plans etc. supplied, close to  beach and park. $17,700 terms.  Phone  886-7285. 626-45  DAVIS BAY RETIREMENT  SPECIAL! Side by side duplex on quiet, street. Each unit  features 2 bdrms., view living  room, convenient kitchen and  eating area, 3 pc. bath. Close  to sandy beach etc. Steady  tenants. Call NORM for full  details and price. 886-2000 OR  886-2607.  HOPKINS INVESTMENT  PROPERTY: 5 lovely view  lots, side by side, black top  road front and back. Convenient to ferry, beach and store.  Try your offer near $$32,500  for the group.  First time offered is this remarkable 5 bdrm. home on  large level landscaped lot. 3'  bedrooms up���2 down. Spacious "L"-shaped living/dining  large cab. kitchen features  counter-top r.mge and wall  oven. Mod. vanity bath with  unusual features. 3 fireplaces.  A-oil furnace. Storage room,  utility and small office in full  concreate bsmt. Covered rear  deck. Priced for quick sale at  onV $32,000. ACT FAST ON  THIS  ONE.  WE   still   have   a   few   choice  building   lots,   priced   from  $4,000.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  third down. Phone Owner 885-  9565. 598-45  TREED HIDE-AWAY  .  v    $13,800  Full   Price  See this brand new 2 bedroom country retreat, set  amidst towering evergreens on  approx> 120' x 200' (over h_  acre) lot, just 7 miles past"  Sechelt on Southwopd. French  doors onto huge sundeck, with  water view, make for "leisure  pleasure".   Try   youT   D.P..  V_  Acre  Lots $3500  Choose the perfect location for  your dream home, from one of  these 100' x 250' sylvan glades;  just minutes from the water.  At this price they are selling  fast.  Phone for Details  & Brochi_ire  Mrs.   Fletcher   886-9567  Larry  Reardon  683-8411  BELL  IRVING  REALTY  1199   West   Pender  .Vancouver 1, B.C.  683-8411  9234-45  FAMILY with 4 well 'behaved .  .school' age children, desperately require 2 or 3 bedroomv  home.in Sechelt area for Nov.  1st. -. NOn-drnikers,, non-smokers. __x_ ref. Phohe 885-2865  after 5:00^ p.m.    * 632-45  EDITOR wanls three or four  bedroom unfurnished home.  Will consider option to puiv  chase. Three , well-behaved  'children- and one well-mannered dog included. Call Richard Proctor c/o Peninsula  Times,  885-9654. ' ' 617-tfn   \ .   WANTED  OPERATIC 78s,  records  wanted.  Write Gib  Gibson,' Roberts Creek Post Office.  537-45  USED    electric  885-2845.  range.  Phone  634-45  LAPIDARY equip.   Reas.  Saw  grinder, etc. Please call 885-  9049. \ 599-45  COME  &  GET IT  DOES   anyone   want   an   upright     freeze r    for    smokehouse? 886-2580. 602-45  FOR  RENT   Null.uml   Unllonu     ���I'M  HpliHon,  Viin.iu.mil'  (lllll-IDIjfl -  Raal EstqW' 8.' IhsvirqnqQ    '    *      Ponclor Harbour - Egmont - Earl's* Cava  JSMALLvACRI!AGf.^-NcuL7.YVM'7'' 111^.ljML1 r''9iir.hornu^ _  Willi full lxi....M,...M.iy.iiila ..iriimnioi), w,w living]  roam; iilun'o' IIk.|jIuc;u, |:,P', !|>21.00.j; lorma uvullciblu,   '���  WATI-RI'RONT ACRI.'AGt;- 61.  ��� baud.)  700' on highway,. 11too 1  Mold or whal hqvo.you. Or, Idoal lor condominium  lor, fi. or 5 lc.mll.os. PP. $49,900.  ucrb.. wllh 4?3' of  lor M-irlnrv I'lolfl"  jACREAGEn-r-Appra>c��-7-.acrQa,-.on-l-llghwQy---10.1.;��-vvllli-  (.S00' of (rontocjo! FP,$15,000,  "  SEMI-WATERFRONTLOT^Nlboiy Irood, flood loco-  tion, wnlor and power availablo, Only 100 -paces  -i rom-bencbr HP-^/000-wH h~Mrdownr  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA ��� Good business pro-  position wllh winter Incoma, Owner requires change,  , Jubt $00,000 FPj oilers on' clown payment.  I nee6 LISTINGS        '  '. ..CallJohn Breon at. 883-2794 (24 hours) ,  _  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  ail)sons^'B'.C^;���K,,'' '''''���":"''"  Phono 880-2000   "  "MEMBER���'"���' '"''  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVlCli"  l)2.'}3-'lf)  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  SPECIAL monthly rates until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby     Lake     Motel,     R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269.  566-tfn  LARGE 4  BEDROOM  HOME  Secluded, Waterfront.  Madeira   Park  area.  Phone Van.   682-4704.  9227-47  CABIN, or use your trailer in  secluded   Halfmoon   Bay   acreage.    No    electricity.    Phone  886-7336. 623-45  FULLY   furnished   1   bedroom  home in Roberts Creek avail.  Oct. 15, $125 per month. Phone  886-9351. 454-45  AVAILABLE immed. for approx. 6 months. Comfortable  ful'y furnished two bedroom  mobile home, centrally located  in Sundance Court, Sechelt  Electric range, hot water, fridge. Propane furnace. Wall to  wall carpeting living room and  hall.. Full bathroom with tub  and shower. Fixed windows  double glass. Storm & screen  windows. $150 month with  first and last months in advance, Rcl's, required. Phone  885-9558. 614-45  Notary Public  USTINGS' WANTED  VlnceProwor        886-9359  Wally Peterson "   886-2877  Ron McSavanay   886-96S6   box liaii, aii-Huin.,' 'n;c."'  CHARLES ENGLISH LID.   ;      REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  j   NOTARY PUBLIC 'AND APPRAISALS  ,'. '" '" '''" ' '"'"'���'   ' "' '' ���'"  ,1 Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  ... tfM'i  a     ....    .        .. ,.   .   .  VIEW���Modern 2 Bdrm; home, Carport, flroplaco,  onsulto, sundeck  &  Guest  houses   $23,000  torms.  A  new 21 bdrm,  hpmo for  $13,000, near Socholt.  Apartrnont acreage on Sowor from $12,500.  GOLD MEDAL HOUSlVbuliTT971,...must  bo sold,  owner called away., Split loyol design, has lour bod-  nlroomsf J.l,Y;l,ng .r,Pom^.^lnlng,j;TOm, A).! WW, two balh-  rooms. family rooiT��7p7Tgl:^^itchQrrai^  Ideal for largo family. $37,400 half cash.,   WATERFRONT proporty In Howel,Sound;~nlcQ bodch;  good'moorage, LdvQiy^h'6m,Q*wlth,"Sap"Qr''!'VlQW':*fromti"'  sundeck. $40,000,  SPLIT LEVEL HOME, nicely planned, throe boclroom..,  1HrriJmomah(;iff LantjdinurListod-'for^ZS^OOT'.l^''"  i �����*>����� |i.nw.i..a��. nai m  KGDKOOH'S KOAP. lily lovol purkllke lol,( niurii thon  aero lor $6000 P.P.  CHASTER, RPAPiTawT^            partly clouivd  for cloYolbpmcnt of trailer or? Good holding properly.  ��� ��� F.P, $3700 cash,   ^COMMERCIAL���L6^,idWlYZr6T���rcloso���to���Uiopplng-  ,   ccn|or, 85^130', all sorvlcos,, F.P. $9400.  '���WATERFRONT*.1  Gower' Point   100x217.   $11,500;  WATERFRONT, Goorulo View, Coniumpunirv 3 bilrm.  navolsrcauii^^*ontrancQpLiiiviS(ra^  $15,000 down un $'113,500 F.P.    '  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,   adding   machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  DRESSMAKING and alternations.   Ph.   886-7589.       455-47  CONSTRUCTION Tradesman,  new to. Peninsula with 20  years exp. Home building,  forms, renovations etc. Contract or by the hour. John  885-2692. 606-45  YOUNG MAN  Age 34 seeks position as Progressive Conservative Member  of Parliament for the Coast  Chilcotin Riding. Born in Winnipeg and educated at Chilliwack High, University of B.C.,  Toronto University, Oregon  State University. Raised on  Fraser Valley Farm. Headed  B.C. Dept. of Agriculture  Farm Economics Dept. Has  represented B.C. at Federal-  Provincial Conferences. Fully  experienced in many facets of  government. Available October 30. To secure services' vtite  John  Pankratz.  WORK WANTED (CortU '  FURNACE    installations   ^hd  s \burner    service.   Free    estimates.  Ph. 886-71,11.        36-tfn-  WIDOW    needs     home,     will  caretake or any light duties.  Fond  of  animals.   Phone  885-  .  7285... 624-45   . ^ __���  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES .  Topping \ falling danger trees  - limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work. ^  \  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  HELP WANTED  CHAMBERMAIDS   and   wait-  resses   wanted  full   or   part  time. Live in or out. Call the  Jolly   Roger. Inn  885-9998.  179-tfn  CARPENTER - for   one   month  or   more   steady   work.   Ph.  886-,7046. 622-45  SCHOOL    bus    driver,     must  have class 2  licence, steady.  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT  Steel  Spar Operator  Grade Shovel Operator  Class A Mechanic  Landing Man  Rigging Slinger  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellort, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435, after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw. 9232-45  lis  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  8V2' SECURITY camper, furn-  ace,   pressure, water,, range,  boat,   rack,   side   dinette.   886-  9827. 597-45  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  E:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  WILSON CREEK WATERFRONT    . No   2687  EXPENSIVE AND LUXURIOUS���Nearly new home on lovely  waterrfonr, custom designed by architect Roger Kemble, and  magazine featured. Rich toned natural woods, raising living  room, large stone fireplace, extensive use of double paned sliding  doors. $20,000 will handle, terms on balance, or your cash offer.  Difficult to duplicate this very modern home. PETER SMITH,  885-9463  eves, or office 885-2235.  ROBERTS CREEK Park Ave. No. 2643  Owner ill, must sell two bedroom cottage, furnished, on 100'x400'  wooded lot. Suitable for permanent or seasonable residence. Some  renovation and finishing required. Quiet neighborhood near bus  and beach. Asking price $13,500. Reasonable offers invited on  price and terms. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  FURNISHED   modern   I   l>e.l-  ���"' room w.,1 ...'front -eo flu go 7'ii 11  olecric. Oil houl. Quiet sintfl.>  porson  or  couple,  Phouo  811(1-  1)885. - 6111-45  2~"BEDROOM   purl   furnished  Iiouho,   Rcdrool'I'H   Rond.   Ph,  UB(.-S._75. 00B-45  PENDER HARBOUR No. 2669  Choice of 18 lots on Narrows Road close to good fishing and  sheltered, moorage. Make your early selection for view or semi-  waterfront. Full details and prospectus in our office, Prices range  from $4950 to $6000 with 30% down ancl 9% interest CALL  DON  HADDEN  885-9504 or PETER SMITH  885-9463,  NEAR SECHELT No. 261 1  9 bedrooms���Sjartor for inloroslccl parly lo.^upply the need, for,, ,,  a '"halfway"' houso" for .children or other social rehabilitation ;  homo for tho B.C. Government. This woll built homo can bo  pu.chc.sod lor a low as .$8,000.00 clown. Ovor an aero Is included  In the -FULL. PRICE OF $38,000, CALL BOB' KENT 885-2235  FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO VIEW���OR ANY OTHER SALES-  MAN 885-2235.  SELMA PARK No. 2360  ��,1W��Xffi.J,,UB9.SRl).Q.rp  livlnfl rooms, oxcollonl kitchen, flroplaco, a/bll, About 9 years old,  all on ono floor, Good loaso lot closo to waterfront and storo,  ,. 10,000 clown,.,balancp at $ 125,00 month at current interest  rates, or cash offer, PETER SMITH, 885-9-163 ovos. to olflco  885-2235.  SELMA PARK n0i 2656  Ono of tho flnost viow lots high up* In Solma Park has a now 2  bedroom mobilo homo all roady. for. occupancy, If has boon ap-  prpvocl by CSA, lho.;Bultcllna Inspector ancl lho Bank.'Lot sUo  16,540 sq, ft, Full prlco $17,900, To vlow CALL DON HADDEN  805-9504.  , SECHELT;yiU^QF.     '"       ^7 ' ���      ,   Nq.'25/16  LOOK INVESTORS! Approx, 15% not (aftor proporly taxes) wator  .and Insurancoaro paid) roturn on $$000 capital Investment par  'year, plus Iho natural Incromonl of proporty valuol Oldor typo 3  boclroom hpmo^lliialod.-on prjmo,residential lot vylthln ,a block at-  stores and school. Tho.lull���.rirlco Is only $10,900 with low, low  monthly payments of only 150'.OQ'Por annum, or try your clpso  cosh QlfarR. CALL BOP KENT 805-9461 ovoL or office 805.2235  for an. appointmonl   OR .ANY OTHER' SALESMAN '805-2235,  SELMA PARK       ~~ ~"  ralnoaQ  No, 2587  r^X'0^ of walor' 00a"y ^nclscapocl, Qrowlno oroa, Buy this for  $5,200,00 a nood Mlclnlp lot, or aa an Investment. CALLi PETER  SMITH 005-9463 or offlfco 0,^5.22357  'DAVIS-PAY"" .-^^^=r^rTr\    . ^ ^^  finance' your "own -wtlramonrvvH'."* this duplex on axcollonl view  ut |ual .a hlocl. from iho bench al Davltt liav, Each sulta has 2  bodrooms oml 910 __\.  It,  hill piic:o  1.30,000; for ilotallii and  appuii.n.K'iii CALL DON HA^DDLN 005-9504. ���  - HALI'MOON UAY���-"���'*-"** ��-*-��.���.,��� ^~��-*���... ^--4., jfflQ-t"  Loiiiu vkiny lul vyuIui Milu ul liluliwuy. Ilwliu, >vulur mul lalo'i-huiio,   .  ���VibOO cutil). CALL JACK,WARN UllvV,.o.ll1  USTINGS^WANTED ' 7        '"  K.  A, Crosby  886-2098 - J.  E. VYhlto  886^935  'J. Vlssor .885-2300 - Mlka Ulanoy 886-7436  1  'QIHSONS      ,  lUniutilully I mm mI  filonc. llfriplaro   '  006-2601,  ���   " ���' N.V?,69Q  whin vluw lot In vlllnuo will) 3 liodioom humo.  ��� IH.OOO wiih   l/�� down, CALL:  JACK  WAKN  GinSONS ���,.,.,, No, 2521  Rural ncim wllh innlql collogo, 0,3 ocro-\ nn mnlnnnl wolor, Good  Inrmi ��n *20,000, CALL JACK WAKN OOA-^AH |  ASK FOR .FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  tWMUUMHMW*  ��  U-ji��rt(ii^��(_*Si*��fljiM  AGENCIES HTD7  Box 155, Socholt   .. <, .        Phono 8B5-2235  Or Call Tail Fraa from tho Gronlor Vancouver Aroa  '    ZEnith 2012    ,  (E.&O.E.) ' .�� '..  -h  IRVINE'S^tANDING  HOME AND LOT ��� $11,500  3 BR home on large view lot overlooking Lee Bay. Close to.Marina and Govt, wharf.  IRVINE'S LANDING     ,  2   BR   partially   furnished   older   home   on   large   view   lot   overlooking Lee Bay. Close to Marinavand Govt, wharf. $13,500  MIDDLE POINT  Approx. 1,462 sq. ft. furnished 2 BR ranch style home with basement and double carport. Double plumbing, hot water heating,  finished in natural wood panelling. This is a quality home. Plus 2  smaller   cottages   and   a   shoD   building.   On   approx.    1-2   acres.  $40,000.  MADEIRA PARK     .  Older 2 BR partially furnished home with basement. Oil furnace.  Close   to "stores.   School,   marinas   and   Gov't   wharf.    $21,500.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  Semi-furnished,   water   and   hydro.   119'   waterfront   and   float.  $19,000.  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 area���160 acres���roads and trails throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  .4. Earl Cove���approx. 51 acres���excellent marina site with  approx. 850' waterfront���1,300' frontage on Hwy. 101 ���  $75,000.  5.   Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1,800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near new 2 BR home on approx. % acre level  lot.  Has electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport; $21 jO'00. ���  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.  VIEW LOTS ���GARDEN  BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking Pender Harbour.  Priced from  $5,000 to  $6,000.  WATERFRONT. LOTS  250' lease lot   $8,000      75' ...$16,500  Ruby Lake, 105' $13,500      V_  Fisher Island   $16,500  90' _  $18,500     88' $1.8,500  54' beach front,  with   14' trailer    $18,000  211' ��� 2 acres, partially landscaped    $50,000  MADEIRA PARK  Spacious 4 BR ranch style home, built 1970. Electric heat, fireplace, coppertone range and frig included, excellent view. Plus���  fully insulated shop building which would convert to a nice  rental   home.   Close ��� to  school,   stores   and   marinas.   $37,500,  EARL COVE  Unfinished summer cotlago with sundeck, on nice vlow lot, Closa  to public beach area, $8,200.  sMAll "AcreageWithwaterfront    ��-  1. Sakinaw Lako���13,8 acres���appro*, 350' cholco waterfront������  $42,500.  2. Oyster Bay���nearly 10 acros In Penclor Harbour���approx, 550'  ""-waterfront'���oldor'hoasd���frUiftrcds���$^5;ooo;'*^'*u-,'~rf'^**w"^'  3. Egmont���over 7  acros���approx,   5*60'  waiorfront���oxcollonr  site for mobllor homo park���pavod Maple .Rd,, runs through ,  proporly���$50,000.  LOT AT MADEIRA PARK  100'xl72' lot���fow hundred foot to stores, school, marinas, and  ,    t    .,,.,.,,,    Govt, wharf. $5,000, ,,,.,..,     .,..'���..,  BARGAIN HARBOUR '        '  A BR soml-furnlshod oldor homo on Approx. 54 ft, low waterfront  lot, $29,000,  MADEIRA'PARK '    "  2 BR homo on attractive''landscaped lot with fruit 'iroos. A fow  hundred ft, to school, stores and marina, Washer, dryor, range  and'fridge,Included In prlco of $32,00Q.  _ j ' - Hi ' ���       ��� '  EARL GOVE  A few Iota still availablo onMhlsTJO lot nubdlvliilon. Priced from  $4,000.  -"-^MADEIRA-PARK-  MtM��MKtl>*��k^^  Choice ylow lots on 7% lot subdivision. Prices from $3,700 lo  $9,000, Somo cleared ready for bulldlna.  F ninia.inaaiai. a. n��..ia���a>a HH  " ���   .. 'garden" day '"  Allracllvo  3   DR  home���ap'prox,   100'   from  walorfront���dhlo,  pluml'lna, llroplaco, .undock. fine vlow ol HarLaur. Beautifully  lamHcapud loo.u lot, $35,000,  ���_.. BI^C^KEcOV^HALFMCiON^AY^ - -  3   UR   PuiiuUkIo  liuma���rlMll.lJOlhluuni/tMUndock,   iluvo,   lildoo,  lurnltuio, dlitlxis, boddlnu etc,1 oil Includod. Apinox, |9li (t, wu|.  Qllion,, hnmodl.ite pu'-iuoia-luii, M'^UUO,  Wl|  ._ ..i,i.nr,ll.nl..r.i   -,-,,,*.        \ '    * '  sakinaw LAKE -j. .  LMuko 4 BR homo In o bnanTllul dotting���hqa 163 ft. |0|<o frontogo.  5,3 acre., road access from Hwy,  101, float, hydro,  $60,000,  Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  -Mo(lolrq-Park"^ontlyro|oplnp/~nlco|y'~tl'ccd"lotr"$fl;300"C<lSlir  EGMONT LOTS    : * ' ��� ���  ��� ���  Waiorfront Iota���$11,000 |o $ 13,000,  Mony olh'o'r v|��w ond wnlorfront lot* In the Pondor Hnrliour nrea  ��W��."4��aHd u  iQlllSlilii  REAITY ITD.  Madolra'Park, B,C,  Phone Pender Harbovir 883-2233  I  i  ��  ��XWI����WMi��  \ \&x...  '   \  '\  \  '  \\  Y  MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE    home,    8'x35".    this,  neat  compact  home  in-good  condition. .    C S A      approved.  Newly" pa hi. led, complete \yilh '  stove,  fridge  and  oilier  furniture,   FP_.&2,,7Q0.    Phone   885-\  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY      CARS & TRUCKS  -V  iE6AL\ NOTICES  (cont'd)      PETSx(Cont.)  SELL  \  9369 eves.  \  603-tfn  . I'pLES Mobile Homp Park..  ��� Large waterfront view spaces available. Phono 8,H.1-2477.  Pender Harbour. (504-48  NEWSLETTERS  Britains ' oldest established^  newsletter requires agents.  Payment by good commission  on sales of newsletter subsc^ip-  tions etc. Write Box 9229 c/o  \peninsula Times, T.O. 310,  Sechelt,  B.C.' M.229-50  ESTATES LTQa___K_  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  -Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Officeacross trom the Seche-frBus Depot  FOR CHOICE  WATERFRONT,   VIEW   LOTS  OR  ACREAGE���CALL    LEN    &    SUZANNE    VAN  EGMOND���Local 88.5-2241 or Direct from  Vancouver MU5-5544.  135' OF WATERFRONT���HALFMOON BAY      .  Charming   2   bdrm.   home.   Fantastic   view.    Protected   moorage.  Nice kitchen.  Built-in stove   W/W caroet. Fireolace, den.  Asking  only    $34,900.00.    To    view    call    LEN    OR ' SUZANNE    VAN  EGMOND. Days 885-2241. Eves. 885-9683.  BEACH  LOT  Only one  lot of  its  kind.   Flat  to the  water.   Southern  exposure.  Arbutus  trees,   fully  serviced.   Call   now   before   it   is  gone.   Only  $41,900.00. LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND. Days 885-2241.  Eves. 885-9683.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOTS���$5,000.00-- ��� *  Get your lot now ns an investment or build on. Only a few left.  Call today LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND 885-2241 or 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    or   Eves.  885-9683.  VIEW LOT 90x300   ���  Over 1/_ acre lot with view in villane of Sechelt. Across the street  from  access  to  nice  beach.   Drivewav   in.   Nicely  treed   for  your  privacy.  Asking only  $6,500.00.  Call  LEN  OR  SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND days 885-2241  Eves. 885-9683.  FISHING ��� BOATING ��� SWIMMING  Waterfront lot in Porpoise Bay, Protected .moorage. .Boat launching  ramp. Sandy beach, great view. Fully serviced $11,500.00. Call  us   now   LEN   OR   SUZANNE   VAN   EGMOND   Days   885-2241,  Eves. 885-9683.  READY TO BUILD  Build your home in a nice residential area, with the most outstanding view. Only lwo blocks to a fantastic beach. Close to  a school/Fully serviced for only $6,700.00. Large lot 100'xl50'.  Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241  or Eves.  885-9683.  REDROOFFS ROAD  Large lot 80'x550'. View, across the street from access to beach.  Calf LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241  or Eves.  885-9683. .  ._.  TRAILER LOTS  Nearly one acre only two left.  Power and water available, only a  few minutes to beach and school. Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND Days 885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.  HEART OF SECHELT  3 or 4 bdrm. home situated on a large corner lot. Fireplace. W/W.  Walking distance to shopping centre, school, beach, etc. Occupancy Oct.   1st. Asking only  $25,000.00. Call  SUZANNE OR  LEN  VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.  WATERFRONT ��� WEST SECHELT  Nicely treed  lot overlooking Trail   Islands.  Good  beach.  Asking  only $12,500.00, Phone LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days  885-2241 or Eves, 885-9683.  470' OF WATERFRONT  Approx, 3 acres in Secret Cove. Protected moorage, Good roads  to  property,  Water,   Ideal   for  small   marina   or   private   group.  Asking only $52,000.00,,Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND  Days 885-2241 or 885-9683 Eves.  . UNFINISHEp,HOME  B64'Sq. Ft, house, Drywalling flnlshod, Largo M. acre lot  Fi.eplc.co,  Wiring is in, Concrete foundation. Cedar 'siding, Excollont torms.  ,. F.P. $15,00,0,00, Call,Stan or Jack Anderson Days 885-2241 or.  Eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.  WEST SECHELT  Serviced lot,  C6rncr location,  83' highway frontage,  Ono block  J Osgood JjoaqJi,,,,^  $4,950,00. Call Stan or Jack Andorson Days 885-22/11 or Evos,  885-2385 or 885-2053,  SARGEANT BAY  % aero lot, nlcoly irooflj good access, Quiet arno, Torms, Sultahlo  for fiummor coltngo or holler���R2 aroa, F,P, $3,600,00, Coll  Stan  or   Jock   Andorson   davs   885-2241,   ovos,   885-2305   or  885-2053.  697OF WATiRFRONT ,��� SECHELT INLET    .. '  2 Klrm,, part bsmt, homo, Flroplaco, sundeck, small, wall built.  Pavod drivo, SW exposure Qulot, Secluded, Nlcoly Irood proporty,  ���F,P7$?.li900rTerrnsrCQirJacl<ior StanAnderson days, 885-2241,   * ""'yr '*  c.vos78B5.205sT or'885-2385,  "7&"'WATERFRONT LOT  Trood,, several nood hulldlno bIIor, Wator and power, t\om to  Socholt,'   F.Pr   $1f).'750r-Call   Jack, or ' Stan   Anderson,   days.  885-2241, l-vos, 885-2385 or 885-2053,  ���       WATERFRONT HAlfFMOON. BAY  1  aero landscaped arounds, laroo oldor woll maintained houso,  Wntorfrc.nl Is flat and lovol, Small' float, boot shod and 2 cor  ��*odro d o^FTr" $ v^  '   .'  085-2241, oves. 005-2385 or 885*2053,  GOLF COURSE LOCAtloNf      W"'I  10,59Ticfai on tho Sunshlno Cbafit lllnhway. Plroclly acroM from  3D hrfioniTroodrSpiithprnslopo; Walor pvallabla-fromyoar round  filronm,. F,P.   $29 500,00,  Call  Jack or  Ston  Andorson  cloys  885-2211, oywi, 005-2053 or 885-2385,  ���"��� *~ "*";JI VIEW*���'"SELMA PARK" - ���  '  CJeored and sorvlcod,' Full Prlco $7,000,00, CalUocl^prSlan  AiidoiRon, Days 885-224 t,'l"voB, 085.?,38!5 or 805-2053,  1971' VW  Super  Beetle  under  warranty    15,000   miles,   immaculate   cond.    $1900.00 ��� Ph:  886-2166.        ��� 923-46  ROBERTS CREEK  Yonr cholco of 3 lotr on n pavod rood, All norvlcoq nvollohlo, -UoUi  .tiro cloarod with n  fpw fruit troos, Good bulldlnn niton ori^oll  Inta. F.P, $5,900,00, Call Jack "or Stan Anderson," Days flfl*J.2SM1y"  ���   ��� ��� Evnn. 885-2053 or 005-2385,   ^,^^��,SANbY^H0bK3/AlERERQWL--���^-.,  Havo your own float In front of your wmmorcaliln, I^Y n����"  on tins fully serviced 7O����2O0' lot. Naturally landward   P.P.  '$15,750, Tnrmr., Cnll: Stair or-Jack'Andorson Pays ���005-.2241,  Hvos, 005-2053 nrnflS^SOS.^  Slan Anderson day_.JM3-.22.il or^Y-H}^}^    P[ M3.?.3B5,  ;    7     , 19.7 ACRES  REID ROAD South Slope. Trend with tamo clearing,' Small cabin,  Woll on properly, finajotlrrl Road. on 3 nUK P.P, ^^"O.pp,  Call Jock or Stan Anderson day. 885-2241 or ovo, 805-2383  or 085-2053, ,    ,  li"60 VOLKSWAGON window  van. Insulated and lined inside. Ex-company ambulance.  Motor and running gear in  perfect shape. 8400 "original  miles.    $650.    Phone    88f,-S>897.  1969 AUSTIN American, radio  " and   hlr.    Ex.   on   gas.    low  mileage $1100 Value Musi soil  $700.  Phone 886-9591.      615-45  1966 *   VETTE     '^TinT^Uay"  Roadster 327-300 4 spd. AM-  FM.   Phone   885-9864.       628-45  1968  GMC   1   ton.heavvduty  side step pickup, V8  350,  4  on    floor,   .4.500    miles.    Just  through   citv   test,   very   good  -siraper-$t&95r-J3&5--9011',   days. "  G01-45  LEGAL NOTICES  IN   THE   SUPREME   COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  IN   THE   MATTER   OF   THE  "NOTARIES   ACT"       *  Chapter   266   of   the   Revised  Statutes  of   British  Columhia.  1960,  and  IN   THE   MATTER   OF   AN  APPLICATION   FOR  ENROLMENT  by  FREDERICK  LESLIE  ENGLISH  I. HEREBY APPOINT Wednesday,  the  11th dav  of October  A.D.   1972,  at tlie hour of  10:30  o'clock   in  the-forenoon,  or as soon thereafter as Coun-  ��� sel  for  the  applicant   may   be  heard,    before    the    presiding  ��� Judge in Chambers, at the  Court House, Vancouver, British Columbia, as the time and  place for the hearing of tho  application of FREDERICK  LESLIE ENGLISH to be enrolled as a Notary Public pursuant to the Notaries Act to  practise in the Village of Sechelt and within, an area of  twenty-five miles surrounding  the said Village,"in the"County,  of Vancouver, in the Province  of   British   Columbia.  I HEREBY DIRECT -that  publication of this appointment, shall be made in a  newspaper circulating in 1 hr>  area and shall be published  once a week for two consecutive weeks.  DATED at Vancouver,'British Columbia, this 18th day  of  September  A.D.   1972.  TAKE NOTICE of the above  appointment, and TAKE NOTICE that, in support of tbe  application will he read the  Affidavites of Leslie S7 Parsons, Esq., and the Secretary  of The Society of Notaries  Public of British Columbia,  and such other evidence as  Counsel  may  deem  necessary.  LESLIE S. PARSONS  Solicitor-for the Applicant  TO: THE SECRETARY OF  THE LAW SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  AND TO: THE SECRETARY  OF THE SOCIETY OF NOTARIES PUBLIC OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA. .  9226-pub.  Oct.  4,  11,   1972  Phono 085-2217. 59.6-45  SECHELT FIRE  PROTECTION  DISTRICT  Notice is Hereby given that  thft under.isned has been appointed RETURNING OFFICER to conduct--an -Eteet-ioiv-  to elect Trustees for the above  mentioned     district.     FOR... A  TriREE (3) Year term of  OFFICE. Trustees to be elected  from the o\vners of Lands  within *ho" Corporation of the  Vi;la��c of Secholt. TO BE  KNOWN AS ZON%K ONE. Tlv  Registered Voters in Zone One  are hereby notified to attend  a meeting to be held in THE  SEClIF-.l.T. FIRE HALL, INLET AVE., SECHELT, B.C.  October 16, 1972 at the hour  of 7:30 O'clock p.m. at which  place and hour ; I . will pro-  -eegd���te���eal-1- for nominations  and to take the votes of the  Electors present. ���-   ' <. '  The said meeting; will be  closed as soon as the votes of  the ���'Electors present, and voting when vo'es are called for,  have   been   counted.  Dated this 22 day of September.  A.D.  1972.  BENJAMIN   D.   FIRTH,  RETURNING    OFFICER.  579-pub.  September 27, 1972  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL   DISTRICT  PUBLIC  HEARING  Amendment to Zoning By-law  Pursuant to s. 70S of the Municipal Act. a public heating  will he held at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 18, 1972, at  the Roberts Creek Community  Hall. Roberts Creek, B.C., to  consider l.v-l.'.ws 35.11. and  85(13) - by-laws to amend the  Sunshine-'Const Regional District Zoning By-laws No. 35,  1970. All persons who deem  their-interest in property al'-.  fected by the proposed bylaws shall'b? afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained  in  the by-laws.  The intent of the By-laws:  1. By-law 35(11) - To introduce a new zoning schedule.  designating .the uses, permitted in a Two Acre Rural  Residential   Zone   (AR2).  2. By-law 35(1.3) - To change  the zoning in the area lying  between Hall Road, Largo  Road and Highway 101 (at  Roberts Creek) to Two Acre  Rural  Residential   (AR2).  Take notice that the above is  a synopsis of by-laws lhat may.  be inspected at lhe Regional  District Office, Davis Bay, at  the times indicated, namely,  Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to  12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to  4:30 p.m. and the synopsis is  not intended to be and is not  to be deemed to be an interpretation   of 'the   by-laws.  Sunshine Coast  RejgionaJ  Districf  Box 800. SeeheM, B.C.  885-2838  Charles   F.   Gooding  Administrator  9230-pub October 4  and   11,  1972.  PETS  FEMALE loy  poodles puppies,  ^���-"icks   aiid    1    silver   bei.'c.  Thorn.   SSti-9797.        >,      621-47  MANX   kilters   free   to  homes. Phone 885-9743,  kind  630-45  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGE?  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types' of real estate financing including builders  loans. Fast appraisal service.  ACApiAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.'  2438 4\RINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C,       '  Phone 926-3256  \  PENDER HARBOUR  OYSTER LAGOON; Lovoly porkllko lot on Konl Rood, flood  hulldlno or mobile  homo silo,  Asking   $6,000 on  oasy  la.mn,  WATERFRONTi Protoclod moorago and a beautiful vlow oro lho  main feature, of. this Bargain Harbour properly, Tlioro'i, a I no a  3 room cabin which Is no.', groat  shaken, bul. could  bo.  Prlco  --        ,   ..     ������������     ' v.     $19,500 torms,'      ��    ���'������  .  WATERFftQNT. 27"V of doop protected, moorago on A beautiful  acres In the heart of-MadcIra Park. Proporly has.bean landscaped  'and prepared for TesortHuJIdlngs wllh nil roads and campnlios  , completed, $50,000.  3 BEDROOMS,���Vorv protly 2 year old cadar homo In Madeira  Pa. k, Ovor," 300' sq. ft. of living arpa; one and a half-bathrooms,  'balcony, closo to alf shops,' school and .right acros., street from  fjood moorago,��� Asking $21,500 wllh pons, lorma,  '^D'CK^HERMON^^a^ZyHS^tAnYTlnrtd)''  CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED  LIVESTOCK  R.:aiSTEK��~.'   PalaminoQuar-"'  . ter horse mare. In t'oal to  Piac-rbi:.. n "^Tl.ar^, Jor" June"  197.1 loal. $800. Also Registered IV-amino .Quarter horse,'  yearling colt.. These animals  luivo oxcrllonl breeding and  .'.iiyraiilecd sound. Phone 88(5-  ''���VJL . 577-4.'.  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'Wesl Rd,  flp_-h_.lt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order     258-tfn  LOST  \ l_.  BOATS & ENGINES  BETH MGRKJS       >  v    YACHT SALENS  LTD.X  "617 Bidwell Ave.   '    "  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial. Crafts and  :Engine$7' ~*~  Good   Listings   Wonted    ��  Contact   Capt.   M.    Higgs  Box   374  886-7424  ���    8173- If n  FOR SALE (Continued)  -V  FOJJ SAH^E f��pmti��|OT0  6  DRAWER  birch desk,  51"x    \_, -..       ,...''  -  27"   $70.    Mahogany   coffee A15  Fibreglass bpa^,.elec pump  t-ible; .18"x35V $25. Pl(ot.e 886.        ""Q" ��+"  ���an ��� h "  7.267: x:  918-4&  Gibsons,    B.C.  FOR SALE  CHESTKRFIELD    and    chair,  also.cover in good condition,  $100. 594-45  FIREWOOD, $20. cord delivered.  Also  coal   for   sale.   885-  CANADIENNE     power     saw,  Bargain   Harbour   area.   $50  reward.   Phone   883-9987.  625-45  GREEN  tent,  taken ' or ' stolen  from behind Ben's Drive-In.  Child's gift,  please  return.  605-45  9715 after 4 p'm.  .93-4.  MARINE ACCESSORIES ��  Pai nt���Fibreglass���Rope���  ���    Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed   air  service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons.  B.C  19&8   VOLKSWAGON   beetle,  20.500    miles,   7$1,5M    easiV.-  Ph.  after 5 885-9605.      57.6-46  -__ -__   WORK   CLO'IW'ES^portswear  or what  have you  at Mot- v  gan's  Men's  Wear. 587-tfn"  ELECTROLUX���-Sales,     Se.rv-  . ice,   Supplies.  Ph.  886-2989.  .: v 390-tfn  ROl_.I_.RT__. 'i'ape Recorder,  model 977, $200. Winchester  12 .guage shot gun, mode\-12,  $151). Custom built 27.0 rifle.  Mauser action, beautiful black  walnut stock, $200. 5 ton BB  hand winch, cable snatch  block, $100. 75,000 BfU contractor's space heater, $!_0.  Stauffer reducing couch," $100.  Phone  883-2494. 613-45  18 INCH General Electric portable   B&W   T.V.,   new  condition,  $95.  Ph. 885-9339  after  6 p.m." s        610-45  FRIDGE $50: 308 Savage rifle  $100; boat and trailer $500;  Oliver cat $1250. Phone Jack  Nelson   885-9558. 611-45  Wiper, etc. Elec.-50 ^h.p.  * motor, ci>nv. top...-._7r-',$il'95  22'* Art-Craft, Otdsmobile  powe_-e4. ^ ........... ,.._-.' $47.0.0  5Va   h.p.   dale  oUtppatd.   $120;  15'  Fibreglass  boat  with\100  h.p,  Merc  ajid  trailer.   $9R5  demo.  ..:_ $99  \  Cu,   ft.   refrigerator,  ���110 volt :   MADEIRA MARINA  -  PhoVie 8'33-226,6  9231-45  NAUGAHYDE 3-way recliner.  Color,   walnut,   $100.   firrti.  885-9049. 600-45  USfiD black tm_ white Console TV's fyoth $40 to $175,  90. day pari. w^rtSHtf, except, otj picture tubes, joker's  Har.dwi_re JUtd., Seehelt TPh.  885-2171. .. 627^45  22 RIFFLE $97pellet ,gun^$8;  trail sprocket for Honda- 90,  $6; '60 Envoy $50. Phone 885-  9743. 629-45  FULL length suede coat,  size  16, ' ex.   cond:   $125.   Phone-  885-2364. 631-45  Wednesday, October 4, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page A-5  Sechelt News Notes  l.r.AND age of 3V'z months saw Richard  Terrence Booth christened ih grand-  lather Booth's christening gown, by Rev.  Dennis Popple at Sf. Hilda's Church Sent.  7 1th   1972.  Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robilliard, parents Mr. and Mrs. Terry Booth,  were married al St. Hilda's, Jennifer  Christine Booth, sister t.o Richard, was  i-luist.ened here also. Godmother, is Mi��  Valrie Sehultz, godfather Robert Og-  den,   Sechelt.  A buffet lunch was held at lhe Terry  Booth's attended by both grandparents,  Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Dorothy Robilliard and Mr., and Mrs. Ernie and Alva  Booth. Also great aunt and uncle Mr.  and Mrs. Dave and Carrie Wilson, Dean  and Linda Robilliard with Teresa and  Andrea, Graham and Diane Allen, Boh  and Ruth Ogden. Allen and Yvonne  Schull/. of Surrey, with Nadine, Russell  and Valerie Sehultz, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet 1  Hansen of Surrey.  The Rebecca Lodge, Sunshine No. 82  aiid the Oddfellows No. 76 are havin  a grand gel-together of all members old  and now. This will be held at St. Hilda's  Church Hall October ��� 21st 7:30 p.m. A  welcome to former members is extended,  Rebeccas and Oddfellows from Earls Cove  lo  Port   Mellon.  The Rebecca's Sunshine Lodge will  hold a bazaar at St. Hilda's October 14th,  Saturday  2   to  4  p.m.  Mrs. Eileen Smith and Mrs. Ruby  Breeze enjoyed a trip to Island View  Lodge No. 74 Campbell River for the  official visit of the vice-president of  Rebecca Assembly. The trip up Island  was quite an adventure as there was a  great wind blowing. At Courtenay maple  trees surrounding a park were split right  down the midle. They felt quite at home  at the Campbell River Lodge as the  manager, Mr. Len Rowers, used to work  with Mr. Ivan Smith at. Bunsen Lake.  Those gallivanting ladies then travelled to Port Alberni to visit. Klitsa  Lodge No, 59. It has been 28 years since  Mrs. Smith had been there but she had  a good guide in Mrs. Ruby Breeze. Tho  hpspilality. at, both Robcee.. Lodges \vns  outstanding,  While ut Port Alberni Mrs. Breeze  visited-her.granddaughter.,Gail and.7niH-  bnnd  Bill  MeFadden.  This week Mrs, Ivan Smith, ns a 11 I'o  .,. member, ol', the, Fraser. Army. and .Nn vy,  gels a I rip to Bollinghnm no loaves Ihe  Peninsula ngniiv for a couple of days,  Mrs, Lola Tumor Iuih returned to  Sochelt  after  visiting  nil  her  children,  ���by  Peggy Connor  This, of courso, took her to Port Alberni,  Victoria,   Burnaby   and   Vancouver.  The start of the Merry-go-round  bridge games of- the Sechelt Auxiliary to  St7 Mary's Hospital ��� commenced Friday  Sept. 29th and lhe ladies are off and  running i'or a good season. There were  18 present at St. Hilda's Hall under the  leadership of Mrs. Maxine McNeil and  Mrs. Mildred  Whittaker.  Winners for the evening were Miss  Chris  Ward   and  Mrs.   Louise   Lang.  The extended care lounge at St. Mary's.  Hospital, proud possessor of a new piano,  would like some sheet music or music  books. If you have some that you have  no further need of it would be much  appreciated by the patients. May be left  at fhe hospital' or the thrift shop.   A grade 5 class at Sechelt Elementary  School has finally got a home room  teacher. Miss Livingstone. According to  lhe pupils she was Worth waiting for.  Tho October meeting of the Sechelt  L.A. to Guides and Brownies will be  .eld Wednesday Oct. 4th at the home  (fi' Mrs. Cliff Connor, Redrooffs road,  Halfmoon -Bay. New members needed  and  welcome.  Once again the Hospilal Auxiliaries  to.St. Mary's Hospital are sponsoring the  Red Cross appeal for blood donors. You  can do our part hy parting with some of  1he valued red stuff that runs in your  veins. If yours is blue they will take it  jusl the same. The time is 5 p.m. to  8 p.m. the place St. Mary's Hospital  Sechelt on Oct. 10th, that is next Tuesday. Members of the Auxiliaries will be  there to hold your hand if necessary.  District population up 1,718  over '66 figures, board told  THERE   are   9,655   persons   in   the   Sunshine Coast Regional District, according to figures released through Statistics  , Canada,  The figures' for the area within tho  jurisdiction of fhe district, shows an increase of 1,718 persons over Ihe I960  figur<.( said E. R. Cuylits, planning director of the district. *   The   figure  does   not   include  popula-  ,,,!,k..iH_.wil^  cllnn ''reserve..'-������'' '       ' ''',: ''    "''''''' '" ;"'  Chief Paull represents  Indians on committee  CHIEF Henry Paull of the Sechelt Indian Band Council has been appointed a representative to the Sunshine Coast^  Regional District planning committee, it  was learned at the board .meeting Thursday.  Director Frank West, when informed  that Chief Paull will represent the council said, "I'm pleased that the band, has  accepted the invitation to become a  member of the planning committee. .1  look forward to his participation."  In accepting the invitation, Chief Paull  said in a' letter: "We are pleased for  the recognition of our mutual concern of  the community and environment which  we   share."  Charles F. Gooding, administrator of  the ..board, .said that .a .contract .has. .beet-  negotiated with the Indian band council,  for the installation of a line to the ra-  serve area on Porpoise Bay Road. The  board   approved   the   contract.  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of oil kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  ___m____a______w__m___________m  You'll never have to worry about  pointing or , replacing Iho gutters nnd  downspouts on your homo If you install  pew ones of solid plastic,  If em spirit  in fashion  ^m_milllll^llinMlllllilllliiiimMiiiiiHHiHiKmn_iTnK  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  BERN If'5  Complete  Line  of  Gifts,  Groceries,  Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m. ��� 10:00' p.m7 ' '  "p'ernje "ond"Paf ���Shalogan''1'7.'"'.''  Hwy 101 Phone 885-94I-4  iiuiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinmB-**.  THIiJ  NI.W  hrIi'II  ClOHifjll "HQGinii dO  'Box 799/Gibsons; B.C7-= Van. Direct: 685-3133  ''SERVING THE,SUNSHINE COAST'  1    " "      ���   ', 'Exclusive Aflonts'  "t      tOW DOWN PAYMENT  Ypu can buy this brand now home for on low an-$2,0.00  clown, plus gov't mortgago^your rildnthly payment**,:  ..wiji-.probal_.|y..boyloss4i)Qn.<'hoj.ont.yoM_QrQ..prQSQftt|ywll  paying. Move Into'lhls lovely 3 bdrm, homo npw. Sit -  ~uatcd'-on^awlargc~lovcly-YlcwrloVSolmQ-'PQr^,'~pu',y���"  carpeted,  1 Vi "baths. Soo this today!  FP $24,500,  INVESTORS - DEVELOPERS  ,  Approx. 21/?. acros, corner of 2 payed roads, Gibsons.  n^nlal-TTcl^oT^  ""lots* without' ti'dVIng" topurin*qnyToadsrVlltag��?waterr  etc, and 2 bdrm. homo on property, Terms at 8%.  ,    -  Call: torrlo Girard,  MacGregor Pacific Realty Ltd.  926-5586 (Van,) or 886-72/14 or 886-7760  ,  n   ,1'nnhlon  >o I ho hi)' .  Hull'Of'fin Inlomsthif,', nndini"  oxpoiilocl,  HWltcll.  Foririorly   only  n  fow cow-  1,t.ro/7dofltRi'iqr'f^ /  diotuloH   on   whnt  Hhould   bo '  worn, with most/ women fol-  "owli.K,  nnd   BomotlmoH  with  .dlflnHtrotiH' pffcott., ,     <. .>  Thon, Homo'thlnK Imppcnod,  Youth bof-uin lo robol ��K..lnf.l.  ...Ihu  lini.imud., i'uIoh nnd...hx.ik-  lttllo;iH  of droits,  Thoy  bo/itin  lo croiiU. Ilu.li' own HtyUw,  |iA^��^At,����.l.ho.^min>u����.UiiHir-_,n)iuiy���  yomifS  doHlnntM'H won.   If'yli./.  lo uroitWi i\. n.oi'o uonlonipoi'-  nry   <?,N|.i'(wi'on   In   t'lotlilnH.  '' Holli da.i||<iH,V.ri Iind "wohfoi'M  worn rojooilnn'ilm'o,tlribll,iho(l  or (I or of IIiIiihh. -TI.Ii.i.h  .1 .nvon"r 1..hm_ tho mono nliuio.  So   Htt'OI.H WIIH ,UtlH.JUI|>tl.!l,  ,... muuy���oUltu--�� oulu ro��JJo��lni��--  or.1)   .H-fjiH)  lo do  vi.'I'hIomh of  '   llio c'Mhiiijf of |ho younn,  TIjIiwh bi'Hun to hum, Now  <1o.tlj.iu?i,fl' ciimo' Into tlui fiuih-  Jon plchiro, ,Mnny hnvo Ihuhi,  ,��n('..,inoHl.. Ilkuly. will oonllnnu  .to ho, fni.lilon nwnrtt \vlnnorfi.  - ��� ��� ��� Bmidon ly t ho nl i�� I oh ��� o f f umIi-*  Jon   wann'l   n   Inhol   hy   Iho  �����f(iw~i.nd-*rniu)y-^Un\tJH-��only*  for 11hi  few, *   7  During" tl'tfl' ,t��v�� <��f cl''����*����N  'rtcciu'lii'H Iirtho* h\kl-filKtlofii n  novv..-,-urouj)���of yonmj dotilmtr  I'l'H wnn formed I'l.llliiK tlioin-  ^^(>T"DbluTurA1)"ilM*Teir  "TheyTrniiirct,"Ti.miy"'rwrlHnn���  now look,H, nnd n wholo now  fro of fnMlilon )n np-j'tidln/j into  tlio Scvcntlnn, J'.vory n��Kinent  of fuHhlon Ih helni. ullmvilided,  Tlio now.,llfoHlyloH of 0V(M7-  ono, of every . n|.o, uro , l'"l"K  cooHldorcd   A   uuL'ommodulcil,  -V ...;,vj|  -,-l'i  It's time we got together- if ourtoniisto  ' roQllyfLilfll'llP.roioIhoniV8L)p;to.myslalfand:mo1osupply,,.;,,,        ,..;������,,':'.7i;;  orioh of our ounlomor's banking noocls. In abommunlly llkeours tlmt ecDvore  a wide variety of Important Rorvloflf., For insJlanoe-H could bo -  vory Important lo your plann lo got a good return on ,'monoy you 'havo to  Invoflt. Wo can help you work out a sound InvQBtmont  ''program IJebaiiao' wo havo lho 'Know-how' neoclocl ,t ','  ' whon It nomas to Invoking monoy.  17 b L' b fj p L tor jo 11 Vof rt n f l cl I no It n n w 11 rt t  '   yoirwnnt oul of your monQy  andliow wo nan holp mako It nappon.  Gommunity Corner  Oci,  3-���7.30  p,m, Wolcomo Donch Hnll,  v Pllm SIkjw on Canadc., ,  .��.,.-.w-~Octr6~alO Q,m,��l li30 fl,m, Glbnoi.9 United ��� ���  .. Climcli, Thrffl Salo, ,    '  ������  Oct, 6���2 p,m, Rnlmrl'i Crook Loolnn f-.A,  Rnnimoflo Solo,  i  ���   ., ...Oct,. 10���fi.fj p,m, 51,Mary's lio'��pllcil,.blnbd  Ponor Clinic!, ,  r~XeJth-DuflyrMAnri9oi;-  ROYAL BANK���*'  serving British Colambia*  BW|#t*W.^����T��aiaii*a**ilp��.  "T  a*lWM*����iB*��t������ff,'J**��iiw*��  *ttaaM��W<Pe����*>  Sooholt'  Toloplionoj onB-2R01  i 'i. i.r  wci'i w*^ y*'n'>i'iaviftai^��tf-tyww'��ii'wvfw  j^-i��i����iwt^y^wwWHWrte^��gBaww^^^ works   super-  a   wage   hike  '    m  V  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 4, 1972  ' ' .-a-a-l.���^���^���������___________-���_-���  ll 1   1 la i a__ai   i  ���    i ��^aa���a^���  MORE, ABOUT . . .  �� Gibsons council meeting  y ���from page A-l  $800  to  $850  annually.  Fred Holland; \village  intendent, . will also get  to $750 monthly, council decidfcd.  Council will meet Oct. 6 at 9:30 a.m.  with the developers of the proposed harbor  project.  The harbor development plan as presented by the engineer,, includes a l'our-  acrc island, inner harbor pleasure craft  basin; inner harbor commercial basin,  waterfront promenade walkway, beach  improvement, public outdoor swimming  pool, waterfront land use and outer harbor and floating breakwater.  ��� Projects Planning Associates Ltd. of  Vancouver and Sceptre Dredging Ltd. of  Vancouver are interested in 'the report  and want to meet with council members  to clarify terms of reference in the 1968  plan. v  Next meeting of the council will be  Oct. 10 at 7 p.m.  MORE   ABOUT .. .  ��� Recreation centre  ���from page A-l  per cent   for  the project.,  "But," he added, "we are walking  when we should be creeping. We should  wait another four or five years."  Director Cliff Thorold said that histories of plebiscites have shown that  they   take  three times   to   pass.  West said" in reply to Slade that after  the plebiscite is approvedi "the recreation committee can show us where we  can find the money, interest rates and  if we have enough money  to finance  it.  "The vote is the first step in the  ci'jeping   process���nobody's   running."  "I hope you'll be here as finance  chairman to worry about it," replied  Slade.  The directors approved a motion to  place the issue before the voters.  In other business the board received  a letter from E. G. Harrison of New  Westminster, Department of Lands Forests and Wale.' Resources district engineer. Harrison suggested that to adequately protect the water of Garden Bay  Lake rules should be "rigidly* enforced,  near lakes such as Garden Bay and Hotel  because there are only small flows into  and out of these lakes and communities  such as the Garden Bay Waterworks District, Scott Bay Waterworks District, Irvine's Landing Waterworks District/ arid  others, rely on those streams for water  supplies."  Gambier Island Community Association told the board through President  John W. Knight that W. Reynolds has  been  appointed  representative.  MORE    ABOUT. 4   __.  ��� "Tourism is here to stay"  ���from page A-l  would have been pleased to pay for such  accommodation. It was suggested that a  facility of that type could be promoted  during winter months as a convention  centre. This lias been done successfully  iu other small communities in the province. Mrs. Chadwick added "we have  everything here to offer���beauty, climate,  relaxation, and more recently���winter  .sports.  II was also recommended that in future a hostess be appointed earlier in the  year in order that the bureau might bo  organized well in advance of opening  date. Also a larger building with heat,  light   iincl   beller   display   rucks.  ln closing  her report, Mrs. Chadwick  expressed   thanks   to   volunteer   helpers:  Mrs,   Mitchell,   Mrs.   Elderkin,   Mrs.   Jef-  lories unci Miss Watson. She also express-  "-"(id" iippi'oeinlion" lo"���' Chamber' Chain.....)  Morgan   Thompson   and   Tourism   Chairman .John Thonuis for their assistance.     .Inlm Thomas; In 111 mi king 'Mrs,' Chadwick, lidded that she has ..greed to givp  her  services  again   hoxl   year  providing  i-hu  has  no other committments  at  lhat  Unit', Members wore unanimous In eom-  ������* nuMKllng~lhe,-hnRteRS,"*fni,*hoi,"'ox(!Ollont"'  report   unci   efficient   operation   of   tho  bureau,  _   man iim'C iaiwie   ��  x 7 ��� v  Cheap election ploy . . .  ������������'���       i  ���  Coast-Chilcotin candidate  attacks Trudeau's outburst  Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wayne Rhodes  ���photo by Peninsula Photographers  Autumn ceremony  Anglican Church wedding  enhanced by fall flowers  RANCHING in Northern British Columbia will be a new adventure for Deb- ,  bie and Keith Rhodes who .left for their  new home at Groundbirch following their  wedding which took place in St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt on Saturday,  September  23.  Rverend   Dennis   Popple   officiated   at  the ceremony  which  united  in marriage  Debra   Ruth   Marsh   and   Keith   Wayne  Rhodes. The bride is the youngest daughter    of    Mr.    and   Mrs.   Joseph    Richard  Marsh   of   Roberts   Creek,   B.C.,   and   the  groom   is   the   youngest   son   of  Mr.   and  ,4Mrs. Raymond Rhodes of Edgewood, B.C.  Baskets of richly colored Autumn flowers   decorated   the , church   where  Mrs.  Eva Hayward was organist for the ceremony   which   took   place   at   three-thirty  o'clock.  Escorted by hc rfather, the bride looked very lovely in her bridal gown of  floor-length while peau-de-soie empire  styled with long lily-point sleeves and  train with lace ovcr.uy. Nestling in her  dark hair was a white organza flower  which held in place her tiered nylon veil  trimmed with seed pearls. Pink rosebuds  and mauve-tipped while daisies were entwined with long pink and mauve ribbons lo form the bridal bouquet.  Attending the bride were maid-of-hon-  or Miss Sharon Marsh ancl bridesmaids  Mrs. Trish Cramer and Mrs, .Susan Mayo.  The '' p i n l.'t. iid miiu'vo' ill erne ;:was':' evident  in the lovely gowns, empire styled and  trimmed with velvet ribbon, They each  carried a"' 1 ii1 r ti o". w 11 ft'o"'" cli i'y siii iii H e'rh urn "set"  in arrangements which featured 'tlio silk  materials of their gowns und trailing pink  and mauve ribbons,  Sechelt Legion Hall was decorated  with Fall flowers for the reception where  the bride's table was especially lovely  with its white lace cloth, pink tapers in  crystal holders, and pink and mauve floral arrangements. The three tiered cake,  made by the bride's mother was beautifully decorated by Mrs. R. Hughes.  Mr. Vin Brookbank, a boyhood friend  of the bride's father and family, proposed  the toast to the bride. Mr. Noel Reid, a  long-time friend of the bride and family,  was master of ceremonies.  The bride's mother was gowned in a  deep pink afternoon dress of peau-de-soie  with white stole and gloves and variegated mauve carnation corsage.  Mother of the groom chose a wine  colored velvet, suit with pink carnation  corsage.  Caterers' for the occasion were ladies  of Branch 140 Royal Canadian Legion.  The bride and groom left for a wedding trip, which took them to their new  home on a quarter-section ranch near  Dawson Creek. For travelling the bride  chose a plum colored pant-suit with white  sweater   and   pink   rose  bud  corsage.  Guests included Mr. Alan March of  Campbell River; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cochrane, Dale and Michael of Walla Walla,  Wash.; Mr. and Mrs, K. 'W. Kidsori and  Karen, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mc-  , Kay, and Laurie, , North ,,V��n.;.���Mi'.��� and  Mrs7K, McKay, Mrs.'W. Cnmpboll, Cobble Hill; Mrs. Freda SpoUfor, Ladner; Mr.  and Mrs.,y,.Brookbank, Duncan; Mr. and  Mrs. H, Marsh', Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. W.  Johnson, Mr. & Mrs, W, Quarry, Mr. John  Millin, Vancouver; Mi', and Mrs. Noel  Reid and  Peter of Vancouver,  Uncle of  AT A meeting, iri Williams Lake Saturday John Pankratz, the Progressive  Conservative candidate for the . Coast-.  Chilcotin riding, spoke strongly on the  subject of national unity in Canada.  "Canadians should be very .concerned  about the Prime Minister's recent outburst to the effect Hhat Quebecers might,  lose patience with the rest of Canada if  the government's bilingualism program  is not speeded up", he said. 7 7________  "I wknt to go on record," he continued, "as strongly condemning Tru'-  deau's use of 'Canadian Unity' as a major  election issue. In 1968 most Westerners  "felt that Trudeau was sincerely working  for national harmony and this resulted in  a strong B.C. mandate for him. Times  have changed. In 1972 'Canadian Unity'  comes across as a cheap election ploy ���-'  ���paticularly from the lips of a man who  -has���Often ���- shown- eon tempt���for���Western-  Canada. By sugges/mg that Quebec  might lose patience���clearly another  separation threat���the Prime Minister is  either ill informed on Western sentiment  as regards this issue or else he is deliberately trying to set us up for another  bigot, charge".  Making his position on the subject of  national unity clear, he said: "My position  on Canadian unity is very straight forward. I view Canadian Confederation  as an act of faith in which all parties  agree to overlook short run provincial  gains for the long run interest of the  whole country and its citizens. An act  of faith rules out such tactics as continual separation threats, special treatment of a region or province - against the  will of the rest of Canada, or compusory,  poorly administered programs such as  the bilingualism act. An act of faith  does not imply that we should take an  ostrich like attitude and act as if the  problems do not exist. An act of. faith  means just that. Good faith leads to co-  1 operation and a united front.  "Much more can be accomplished on  a national scale through voluntary participation rather than using compulsion.  That is why 1 feel that Trudeau's new  plea for Canadian unity is subject to  severe question. His attitude and policies;1  I feel, have led Canada closer to separation. Sometimes we even get the feeling,  here in the West, that B.C. dollars are  being used, either by design or through  outright stupidity on tbe part of the  Federal Government, to finance the orderly separation of Quebec." *  Pankratz went on to say, "On this  question of national harmony and unification I propose that we have another  Confederation conference. This would not  be simply another federal-provincial pow  wow. It would be a high level conference  at which the objectives of.the great Canadian .experiment would be re-stated in  the light of Canada's progress and problems. Each province could commit itself  anew to the act of faith called Confederation. This would be much more constructive than a national or provincial referendum; A. new committment to Confederation by all the provinces, would give  Canadians   a   chance "to "cqneentrate   on  \  The Rhyming Philosopher  ~~ . 7\ -. Harry W. Fletcher   DEVIATION  Long years ago when we were very small  Our\nasty little cunning minds designed    .  A   hundred   schemes   to  sidestep   or   forestall  Our daily'chores^or work of any kind.  But  science  now eliminates-the���need  ���  To wa.sh or scrub oV cook or even think;  So now we've raised a mod���rnistic\breed,  All strangers...) a broom or kilchcn sink.  A bride today scarce ever cooks a meal:  Her soup and biscuits come in fancy tins;  To wax lhe: floor she never has to kneel,  And Dial-a-Prayer now purifies her sjns.  Some day she'll find she doesn't need a man  \  the  overwhelming  this  country".   -  positive  attributes  of  Senior citizens plan  Whisl drive Oct. 16  SUMMER recess ended for Pender  Har^  bour      Senior    Citizens'    Association,  "Branch  80," when   monthly" activities  re-���  sumed  Sept.   13.  Sam,, Lamonte gave a commentary  while Ann Clement showed slides taken  recently in .the vicinity of the Queen  Charlottes and Hecate Strait, which proved to be a delightful armchair travelogue.  It is hoped they will favor the organization with more slides at a later date.  A whist drive; open- to the public,  will be held on Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m.  at the Legion Hall in Madeira Park.  There will be a cash prize for the ladies  and gentlemen's high scores. Refreshments will be served and ��� admission  is  75c.  Meetings are hold on the third Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in Madeira Park Legion Hall. Anyone interested in becoming a member should contact Mrs. J. Donnelly at -883-2536.    '  To propagate the breed in years to comeT^ -  The  scientific  tube  provides  a plan  To store our genes in some acquarium.  But  when the men all emigrate to  Mars  Or Yind on Jupiter some luscious chicks  Who worship men who love and smoke cigars  That's where  l'U  be,  if  only  just  {or  kicks!  COAST CREDIT UNION  SECHELT  ON   1   YEAR TERM  DEPOSITS  Compounded  Quarterly (Withdrawable on Demand)  y"  Ask Us About Deposit By Mail  ,.,,,.,J11_o^  with   Mr,   Ed   Rhodes  and   Mr,   Richard    Spring Island, phoned to congratulate the,  March  acting' un  unborn, happy couple,  COWRIE  STREET,  SECHELT -885-9416  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  Thursday,  Friday,  Saturday, Oct.  5,  6,  7  FRESH ���   FROZEN LB.  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SbchelfteaGhers join BCTF  lauding Mrs. Dailly's plan  SECHELT teachers, and others In British  Columbia are delighted with Education Minister Eileen Dailly's recent^an-  nouncement of government plans to restore free collective bargaining to teachers  and to restore local autonomy to school  boards, said J. E. Egan, spokesman for  Sechelt Teachers Association.     '  Mrs. Dailly will bring in amendments  to the Public Schools Act during the emergency session next month of the Legislative -Assembly, Egan said. One amendment. wilL allow  school boards   to  plan  amendment will allow boards to plan  their 1973 budgets at a level ois 110 per  cent of their basic education programs in  place of the 108 per cent imposed by the  former government's Bill 3. A further  amendment will allow boards to Nexceed  110 per cent if necessory without having  a   for Rafts,  Docks, Boat houses  Styrofoam BB Brand  Buoyancy Billets  It  takes   only   1   cubic   foot   ofN  Styrofoam BB Brand plastic foam  to float 55 lbs.  Block 10"x20"xl08"  $27.00 at  to seek approval of owner electors by way  of referendum. ,  BCTF President Adam Robertson,  contacted in Winnipeg, said the new budget proposals will mean smaller classes,  better services for children,, wih. emotion-  Phone 883-2266  'mmMm*wvuuu*u99umMnm*m9mmm9m0mmm9mm0t9mmmmmm*  al and learning problems, as we'll as res-  heir 1973 budgets at a level of 110 per-   toring other essential  programs cijt back  cent of Iheir basic education programs in    by the previous government,  place of the 108 per cent imposed by the Robertson called it "a joyous rnoment  former   government's   Bill   3.   A   further    for children of our province."  Excellent work cited ...  At long last construction is underway on renewal of thp Canoe Pass  bridge. Highway's Department work-  National officer visits . . .  Construction at Last  crews have erected a temporary Bai-    ture and are seen preparing the cross  ley Bridge, removed the old struc-    beams for the new crossing.  Recreation centre offered  grant for educational walk  Community harmony noted and praised  by president ol native council  PRESIDENT   of   the   Native   Council   of' regret   that   he   would  miss   the  confer-  Canada (Metis and Non-Status Indians)Tony B.elcourtr and B.C. "Association of Non-Status Indians (BCANSI)  provincial vice-president Lawrence Gla-  due, attended a meeting of the Sunshine  Coast local of tlje group at the Secheltt  Indian Band's administrative offices,  Sept. 28.  Represented at the meeting was the  Sechelt Indian Band Council, with Chief  Henry Paull and councillors  Gilbert Joe  ��� and Teddy Joe attending. Gibsons'- Councilman Ted Hume also took part in the informal gathering. Another significant  highlight of the meeting was that for the  first time the Pender Harbour-Egmont  area was represented by Sally Higgins  and Dianne Silvy.  The Sunshine Coast local, which was  ��� formed less than three months ago, now  enre, but said that he would send his vice  president,- Yvon Dumont, from - Ottawa  to take his place.  Local President Ben Prest opened the  meeting. Belcourt then gave a brief address, expressing pleasure at the rapid  progress of the Sunshine Coast local from  its recent beginnings into a poition where  it is taking a leading role in non-status af  local, said that more. and more native  people were being forced out of the fishing industry by the new government regulations.  "Less than 10 per cent of the fleet  how catches more than 90 per cent of the  fish," said Clark. "The big fishing companies are Concentrating on getting bigger and better boats. Many native people  BECAUSE of what has been termed as  an excellent job, the proposed recreation centre has been offered another  grant, said Dr. E. J.. Paetkau, spokesman  for an ad hoc committee backing the  facility.  Carefully planning further work,  $10,300 has been applied for arid from  previous experience the recreation centre  committee feels confident the money  will   be   forthcoming,   said   Paetkau.  Last Feb. 26 the recreation centre  referendum was narrowly defeated. Owner-electors voted 58.6 per cent for the  $500,000 project but a 60 per cent majority  is  required  to  pass.  Paetkau said the committee plans to  place-the referendum before the voters  again  in December.  Among the projects now planned are  an educational nature walk, this will  consist of botanical information placards  on all forms of plant life in the park.  These will be along the present trails  arid in cleared groves "where benches will  campsite in one corner of the park.  "Certainly it appears with the gojf  course on one side and a ski resort on  the other,, the Sunshine Coast is on the  way to achieving one of the finest recreation complexes to be found anywhere,"  Paetkau added.  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jcackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR  PRIZE *  ���"" ' B '     SHOP AT HOME!    .��� ! ,il111"11 "  Now YOU can ENJOY all the BENEFITS of Natural Foods and Health 7  Supplies. SIMPLY WRITE US A LETTER requesting our Catalogues on  Vitamin, Mineral and Protein" Supplements; Herbs, Herb Teas, Herbal  Remedies,   Cosmetics  from   Natural   Sources.   Natural   Food   Staples,  Health  Publications.  We Welcome Your  Individaul  Enquiries ... .;  SPICE-O-LIFE  NATURAL FOODS  LTD.  Home Service Division 108A 8877-120rh Street, Delta, B.C.  _______M________m_______________________________^  _b ��� ���.b ���_���,, ���. ��� .��� ���__.      who rented some of the smaller gillnet  fairs in British Columbia. He also noted    ters and seiners on an annual basis, are     t��e placed for outdoor student classrooms,  being forced out of the industry. Because     lie saici-  the licenses on these small boats are being dropped as the boats.become obsolete,  and not replaced, he said. ,  "Traditionally our people on the coast  have gained their livelihood from fishing, now they can no longer compete.  These new government regulations are  having a definite detrimental effect on  our people, in some cases it might even  that not only were non-status Indians at  the meeting, but also registered Indians,  and  the  non-native  community.  "I find it rare and saddening, in my  travels throughout Canada, that what is  ���happening in this community does not  take place more often in our country. It's  good to see all the people of the community living in harmony and taking an  interest in each others problems. So often  Also, toilet facilities will be installed  and the road to the proposed arena site  will be completed.  A feasibility study of an adventure  playground is also underway. This .would  include a cleared park setting, containing old logging equipment, fire trucks,  airplane for the children lo "pretend" in.  With an eye to the future the commit-  has members in all areas of the Sechelt in pur communities).our people are sep-  Peni'iisula.    - '  " '"' 7.   ���'      7 '   '"     arated vfr6m'"t^^^ because of"  "������ The special meeting-was-'called'prim- ''misunderstandings that are the result of  arily because Belcourt Has a long-stand- a,lack in communication," said BelcoUrt.  ing prior engagement in Quebec on Oct. Gladue, who was the Cariboo Liberal  7, and so will not be able to attend the candidate in the recent provincial elec-  Cu.ltural-Unity Conference, to' be held in tion said that non-status people must be-  Sechelt on that date, Belcourt expressed    icome  involved   in   community  affairs   if  they hoped to improve their position in  society.  ' "One of the best ways that our people  can become effective in their communities, is to attend council meetings," he  said.   "Another T^a y is '"to become poiiticplly  aware, and take an active part in political  T  CRelY'OirUi  ff6|f|p|irt|  REPAIR  7 Stones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  t.*si-l!'l��.=(.��-���sin" t'H"  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  ��� ' i     i  100%  Waterproof  Watches by Rolex  ���'���' ���'"''���r'-"'-'"'ALSO '  ENICAR WATCHES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421  ;!,campaigns.,w,For.,:. too,, long   governmentS;:;;,fairs7anymore^;he'added.*''It'sYrecoghiz  have dictated to us. It's time that we had.  ed that our difficulties must be dealt wiih  - a say In formulating policy of the various    separately, There is no way'that we want  ..parties, and tell, them of pur.needs.   .*--.   to��� detract i'ronr the1 programs 'set up for  "Sure I got beat in the provincial ol-    the registered Indians.  While we  don't  ection. But whon the Liberal party asked ���  want to bo treated as special people with  me tp bo  its candidate,  I   did  what I    problems, we want it ^ecofijnlised thut wo  tliouglit was right;1, oven though I knew    are a people with special problems."  "Hhat'^dldn'ri.ave'-mucirchcm^  nlng, I got involved as an individual ancl  ..tppka.leavo, of, absence ..Irom.tho.BCANr.  SI while I was campaigning, but I learned a lot about the political structures in  Canada."  mean the relocation of whole villages in �� Ice is also studying the  possibility  of a  the^.ear'-f.tti?ui-e^'''lI-T'''s'77 '*""'" '*"" ' ^ ^s^^^^..rrrrr::zr:77r::7^',',v'r^^-'*''"'"  Belcourt said lhat many of these issues would be raised with the federal  government after the elections.  "I met with Prime Minister Trudeau  in August," he said, "and I have a committment to meet with whoever is prime  minister after the elections on Oct. 30.  Trudeau seemed very sympathetic to our  problems.;-He impressed me as being sincere in trying to find solutions to our problems. I am optimistic that the other  prime ministerial candidates would have  a similar attitude." .���..,     "We also find that we do not havo  to fight   the  Department  of Indian  Atf-  iwmmm---------���T-nnnnnniaiuimij- '  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  RUBBER STAMPS  see THE TIMES  '""'wviiVMtfinnfVintintfnnnnivinfinnntwMWHWanniwvinnii  L&HSWANSONLT  ATED  IIM THE MEW HALL SHEET METAL BUILDING  ON  PORPOISE  BAY ROAD  P,0. Box 172, Sechelt  Phone 885-9666  Oftero7*lh"'5*SUWfihll^owC6,n^t*_n"ti'_iib*orfl,"  mado a brief statement in appreciation of  the tremendous,coroporatlon tho.local had  received from tho Secholt band. ''There  Is no way that oui; group could-do whnit  thoy are trying to do without your holp,"  Gilbort .Too suggested that Indian poo- ho said. That othor members woro Jn ag��  , pie,, regardless of whether thoy,,have stat- ,vreQmont ^wlUi,tills -v^as apparent .by the  I *-*;.���./ _.W.f(��  .i^_W*.M**.t  J_-Vi*..*_ jfuMfc Mtd.  vA^i-iwli^A  I *-#_.. feW. u*t,tW *r. ** *  us or not, should bficeyno rnemborfc of pol  itlcal organizations: ^nd send delegates  to conventions. In this way thoy could  have an active voice ln dcoidip, policy.  7 2"Many othor jshuoh wore, raised ��� dur-  \_R the mooting. Among Ihom! tho land,  settlement question, education of naUvo  applause for the band that followed,  ' Plans aro now finalized for tho Oct;  7 conference and danco.  1 % Firm' commitments^ tow,attendJ .avo,  boon obl(i'ripttV.'ii.b^ "  lncl'iiding Don Lockstead, NDP MLA for  Mackohi, .(.,7A.1ho present will be the three  ?? A Lot of Surprises ??  ���"'���^-'""���"��������~'~~-��-'"����'""����^-~"*��'-����"��'' in i"~��"�����-���������������������~-.-���-I i -_-_--_--------_--_-------------,  ONE* DAY ONLY���FRIDAY.   OCTOBER  6tli TILL 9  PJVI.  HERE'S A FEW EXAMPLES  i=r  people,  economic  development,  housing, federal   candldutofi   for  Count   ChHcpi'n,  poverty, fishing, nnd the ]Ucb,    ���   ,   . , Harry Olnussdn, NDP; Pau] St; Pierre,  Wayne Clark, of the Sunshine Coast Jalberal, and John Pankratr. Conservative.  :      ���        -' - - i     i i    i  _.___' '        ' -'.;.. ,  . , i  , |  .��� ,u' * ".< KU, \i7. '"7Tj A.   'i,. 7. 7 hi . 7W.A iSiT!  , VL.7' 17,7 .,     \r./_  ntf*.  w*^j.����W��IWMW.  ;jjjwr   m.'ftyiir'Tl'.W'itf  i V , 'ii fit \}\,",\i\,.i]  7^tfVfli.m_!_!__E  *���#.!�����*..  l/,.'l<���j I,,.  "(in'tii.     ...  y\\*i'V^,,, i.\  \ifiil  ajui i'i,  7i'nv,h  wOTi w77' f.'ii7��7  .|,|U,.( IlKI ,    . I   .. ...lJ,d..Jl h  it ���.  tS,.. ��� a  7 ,!  enware  by BftAUN  mw>  v.w  I�� - ii\i. '  HHi-.j  f'\ffdr:7\\_W\W^W>*_______j.' <  it.!. m> t*.w. ''^v^i'''kwt v\W*.. mm"*'"!1 ,),, r**  I    j It \   I      '     '       ' (ill        |^    *   | .    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Y  ^*!i*":":".".':":':":":~:^^^  [**:'".:_:_:_&:.:_:_3_:_:  Roberts Creek auxiliary  {old ot need loi; blood  A BLOOD-donors clinic will be held  Oct. 10 at St. Mary's Hospital, mem-  hors of llio RobcM-ts' Croc.k Hospital Auxiliary were reminded at their meeting  Sept. 27. x  Members were told that the Roberts  Creek area uses more blood that it.gives  and that donors are needed.  The auxiliary "held a^i'ccessful membership tea Sep.. 27 hi St.Ardah's church  hall.. Six new members joined the. au.x- ,  iliary. The hall was decorated with fall  flowers and tea was served by hostesses  Mesdames E. Rowberry, R. W. Nixon and  John Forbes.  President Mrs. G7 "C. Newman gave  a.resume of the aims and scope of BCHA  auxiliaries. Mrs. Connor, volunteer director, outlined duties and possibilities of  volunteer members which are especially  appreciated in the extended-care area.  Next regular meeting of the auxiliary  will be Oct. 2 at St. Aidan's Hall.  ^  eitseniMe  \  October 21 at Ji  A., VANCOUVER Vocal   ensemble,   "The\  \      Concept  Group,"   will   present   a   con-'  _v.cprt  on Sahirday,  Oct... 21_: 8 p.m.  undsr  ' Hie  auspice", of Hip  Sunshine Coast   Arts  Council in the United Church Hall, Gib-  sons.   .    \ ���  \ Consisting of two sopranos, a baritone  jiikI ;i piano accompanist, the group will  perform solo:;, ducts arid trios in u program chosen from music by Mozart,  Schubert, Gounod, Faune, Massenet, Bellini and Campbell-Tipton among others  and including English and- French songs;  German lieder, operatic excerpts and folk  songs.  The three singers are Betty Work ancl  Irene Groundwater, sopranos and Derek.  MacDermot, baritone, with pianist Dianne Globex accompanying. Having begun  their voca.1 training in this province the  three singers have also gathered musical  .knowledge and experience far afield.  Miss Work is a serious, insatiable student  of music who lias sung extensively  through the Lovyer Mainland .both, as  radio and church soloist and while  teaching school  in Fra'nce and  England,  \  \  aseiti  hitrcti Hail  she has taken, every, opportunity to" hegr  vthf\ best in opera, symphony and coft-  _cert.   . ������- ���������'"'  Mi'is  Groundwater  spent sometime  'n  Mont real wlier.e she. was. active -as church  soloist   and   took  further  time  to  study.  MacDermot,   who   recently   gained Nits  .muster's   degree     al   the    University   of  4. Wisconsin    in    conductihg,   sung   piofcs-  sioually   in  New  York for several  years  in  addition   to  solo  work  in   Vancouver 7 ������  . churches, radio and TUTS.  Mrs;. Globe canie to B.C. from Toronto,  a graduate of the Royal Conservatory.  Poge.\B-2 The Peoltapvfo tta&s  Wednesday, October 4, 1973  In good  weather one colony  of bees,  30,0fins yr  more, >pollinate  three  or  four'  acres  of  apple  orchards.  ^geii_e3______K_SMse��MaeMas*ii*!*afi-M-Wi��MS��-n^  \  MIS^ ?EE'S  &  v-  A Wharf Road - Sechelt -885-9066  RO. BOX 213  Hallniark-Coutts cards a.d wrappings.  Fine English china cups and/ saOeors.  Boutique  items,  local  artists  paintings.  ^^MMwif^ia��waainaa��ayw)pwagMra��faaMtyaf^  I  epu  | P4CKS ��� RAFTS        with  Polystyrene  Floatation BilleH  HARVEY FUNERAL  HOME LTD.  A Complete Chapel or Church Funeral  Service at Moderate Cost  MEMORIAL SERVICES $235.00  INCLUDES CREMATION FEE, OR  BURIAL IN LOCAL CEMETARY  AND TRANSPORTATION  No Membership Fee Required  PHONE 886-9551  J. Roy, Parkins Owner - Manager  HARRY OLAUSSEN, NDP candidate  in the Coast Chilcotin riding in the  Oct. 30 federal election, talks with  Olaussen outlines policy .  a few of the people he says have  "earned the. right to more than a  mere existence in Canada".  Pensions at 60  sought by NDP  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  \ Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THE LAST beatitude that we shall deal/  with is: "Happy are the pure in lieart,,,  for they shall see G,od," This is a wonderful  ^tatement=utriey  shall see- Godr11-  We will travel long distances and. P3J7  out great sums of money to see certain  celebrities or well-known figures. How  much more should we be willing to do  in order to see God. Oh, what a blessed  thought, to one day see the one who  saved   us   by.  Mis   grace. .  However, not all shall see God. The  Psalmist asked the question, "Who shall  ascend into trie hill of the Lord?" And  he answered i1- "He th.a,t hath clean  hands and a pure heart." And.' similarly  does Jesus stress this condition. The heart  .     ..        . ,   ,. p.  . . ..,.���     in  scripture  is   used   as  the  seat  of  the  fam.lv   who   motored   ironv Calgary   io, A .pmotj(iJ    1hoil!,ht. .and win.. We must be  io   Team   Canada-Russia   hockey   game .  Gi  ���by Marion Charman. 886-9862  MR. AND  Mrs.. David7 Chance  of  Langdale.  had   the   latter's   sister,   Harumi  >Iashimoto   from   Kyushu" Island,   Japan  visiting lor seven weeks.  .Mr.   and   Mrs.   Allan' Patterson   and  '���AUTOMATION  will' no  longer   be  the  ogre'  thai   brings   unemployment.   Not  under  the NDP federally: Everyone wh.i  w'ants to retire at  GO will  be able to do  _m  I  I  ���9  FINISH HIGH SCHOOL  AT HOME IN SPARE TIME  If you are 17 or over and have dropped our of school, write for FREE LESSONS and  FREE booklet-r-tells how! THE FASTEST AND MOST CONVENIENT WAY TO GET  A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA. Prepare ro write B.C. Dept. of Education or College  Entrance Examinations. For free book "How to finish High School at Home"  NAME  Age.   ADDRESS  PHONE  688-4913  NATIONAL COLLEGE  A scHOOLAN 444 Robsan Sh' Vancouver  1  I  __\  I  rr\  it  <**Mai.^*awwi.wii^wii<iwaMMMwafMMWaiMMM^aaaiMMMM^MyigMMaiM<#MMWMiitiaiyija.^  DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  'VARIATIONS  Best in Live Entertainment  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101. ���_. Coy<4r Charge ^- 806-2472  T*y"����a��a��a��a��aiMMMWMMMa��wwa��awtMMiHt����Mfwiiw.wwMiti����awMiaMa^  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  Vwi+% &�����. #-. S**. -Maeft_aS-i-.Aa.5-  DEADLINE FOR  PROPERTY CLAIMS^  1   ,'        /.. , i       . .   ,', ' ,i   .     '   '    ''". ij'  5  P.MrWEPNESPAY, OCTOBER  18,  1972,  Property owners haying claims as a result of sewer construction  through or directly affecting tMr property ar,c hereby notified tp  file any such claims, in writing, with tho undersigned at tho Municipal  office, South Fletcher Road, Gibsons.  NOT LATER THAN 5 P.M.' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1972.  so, 'because that's when pension benefits  will  begin."  So says Harry. Olaussen, federal NDP  candidate in the Coast Chalcotin, commenting on a much-discussed plank in  the election platform of his party.  "Voluntary retirement at 60 will go  a long way toward making the automation revolution a break-through into the  good life for all of us," maintained  Olaussen. ..  The NDP candidate pointed out that  in-February of this year Stanley Knowles  tried to amend the Old Age Security Act  and the Canadian Pension Plan to provide for voluntary retirement with full  benefits at the age of 60. Knowles called  for the elimination of the means test,  so that "full pension will be recognized  as an established right of all people over  60."  Olaussen contended that Knowles'  motion was "talked out" by the Liberal  MPs. He added that Grace Maclnnes  made furl her proposals to humanize the  Canada Pension Plan, but they were similarly shelved.  Olaussen also admonished the Liberal  government for answering NDP proposals  by raising the basic old age pension by  $2.88 a mpnth. "That was some big deal,"  declared  the  NDP candidate.  "The old parties can't see that a major  part of unemployment will vanish the  moment we deal realistically and decently with our people over 60," Olaussen  stated emphatically'.  Golf club finances  good, members state  ANNUAL general meeting  of  the Sun.  shine Coast Golf  and  Country  Club  was Sept. 25.  I lie   Team   Canada-l.ussia   hockey   gr  Se.pL- 8 were, huu&e. guests aver Lhe weekend ol' Mrs.  Sally  Thompson, .lleadlaYids  Hi.ad.  Mrs.  Marie  Scott,  Rurhs  Road,  entertained   her   brother-in-law   and   his   wife,  1  Mr. and Mrs. George Scott of Kimberley,   .  B.C.  Later in September, Mr. nnd Mrs.  Hamish Scott wore house guests at Mrs.  Marie Scott's home here.  Capt. Gordon Hopkins of Hopkins  Landing is a patient at Shaughnessy Hospital.  Heard  there is fish a-biting . ..  If you can see through that fog bank  and make your way to Roberts Creek  several fish have been' taken from the  area. Hope they keep up with the live  bait.  Just a reminder, please contact me  at R86-2121 before my deadline, Saturday   noon,   concerning  your   social   news.  Eastern Star member  honored with luncheon  MEMBERS of the Order of the Eastern  Star held a farewell luncheon Sept.  26 at the golf club, for one of their past  matrons,  Mrs.  Gladys  Booker. v  A resident on Lower Road, Roberts  Creek since 1957, Mrs. Booker has sold  her home and will live in Edmonton  where she will" be close to members of  her  family.  Following a lunch on behalf of those  present, Worthy Matron Ruth Harrison  presented Mrs. Bpoker with a ceramic  seagull, a momento of the years spent  on the- waterfront at Roberts  Creek.  Emily Quigley, on behalf of the Past  Matrons Club, presented her with a cup  and   saucer.  . Attending were: Ruth Harrison, Wilma Sim, Margaret Trueman, Margaret  Hauka, Margaret Swan, Doris Drummond, Zoe Eades, Phyllis Parker, Edna  Fisher, Emi)y Quigley, Doris Aitchison,  Jo Mylroio, Bea Rankin, Grace ' Cum-  ming, Bessie Shaw, Kay Franske, Edna  ,Mtre iji all these areas, Rut no one  has ever achieved this; that is why th'ff  Rible says: "The heart is deceitful above  ��� all  things,  nnd   desperately  wicked:  who  Scan  know il?"  lv Can anything be done? Yes, something;  has been done. God has a great plan.'Hg  said, "A new heart will I give you.'-'  When we receive Christ as Lord and  Saviour His blood cleanses us and we  are washed whiter than snow.  Dental Topics  THE PRESENCE of calculus (tartar)�����,  hard foreign matter that clings to the  necks of teeth���is one of the commonest  causes of irritation ancl inflammation of  the gums' and tissues holding and supporting  the  teeth.  Calculus comes from the saliva in the  form of calcium salts which are deposited,  like boiler scale on the teeth. In time it  builds up in layers. It also comes from  calcium which is released from the tiny  gum blood vessels and deposited beneath  the gum margins on the surface of the.  root.  If calculus is present the dentist rer  moves it with a fine, sharp, hook-like  instrument called a scaler. The scaler  pulls, pushes and scrapes the calculus  away from the tenacious grasp on the.  tooth. After scaling, the teeth are polish*  ed to burnish all exposed surfaces and  diminish the chances for new calculus  deposits to stick to the teeth. The com.-  bined procedures of scaling and polishing  are called a dental "prophylaxis."  ���Canadian Dental Association  DRIVE WITH       "  CONFIDENCE       -  a, safe car starts with good brakes -  WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED B  IfD^rreport^that,the*financial    .^W^^l^^^' ^  status of the club was in good standing.  September 27, 1972  David Johnston  ���Municipal Clerk  EXPANSION  SALE  continues  14th  The green's committee reported that  it had made con.sidei'able improvements  dt'irlng the year and that many more  improvements wore slated.  Tho   houso  committer added  sovornl  ploo'oa   of   furniture   including   n   piano  ��nnd ��� su lv'iim bre I Insr i i ,"wns*,repor 1 .edr��������"  Tho ma tell committee hold �� mlxucl  two-bql! 1'ournonfu. jciurnnmoiH Sopt, 'M,  followed by a steal, cool.-out which wiih  lorniQcl very huccohhI'uI, ,  lflloolloiifl wore hold and lhe following  woro appointed:- PrcHldonl, Don l)ouglan:  vice proHldont,"1 alim M'unro; socrolary,  Jim Lftitli; trodfuiror, Bob IVU'Callurii, 7"'  AIho there wore two no,w clli'octoiiR  ulevtpcl for i. lwO".voai' term: Dorothy  Morrow and Kon Clalllor,  TlHJM'emalnriifidlrectqrH'llint'Wlll liold -  office' foi; '''ftii6tboiv'",yonr'7,roT,iWnltyaiig  Uolul.0, Will'i Dffl'oy,. Lyman  .Meadows, -  ,A1 l.oyot., BJ1I Ifn.Hoi',  Card, partloH, hiwo. (.tarlod. , for  the  "'wliiW.r aiul'Hhiiiild' anyo'no wIhIi furling'  information  ��m to ciata  and ,llmo,  Ihey  may  cunlaet,  LoiiIho  Doray   at   tllKI-l'inU,  'a��F>aa|iaaaaaaaafaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiaaaa>.aaaaaaa>a��aa|i^ra>aaapaaialaaaaaaa^   'Caticetta''.'''  i,EATHE^ COATS  Full and %  length  at  . J,f,^i,M.WtitllW'Mi'WAwlt>aantfal-.! . AT��n.l?Wt"���  .   ^7  Wa  G'*Mons .    886.9941  r'����a��aaaa|��^aj.Mj^^.,^,���,���,,^,���  TO TURN  DISC  BRAKE  ROTORS,  New  equipment lp' cpmpliment  our Service Policy.,   .   ,  ""'���" "���""" '''tOrnep.;'"'"' ' '"';   CONYJENTIONAU DUM^S  a  0  H  iu  SMaH.slpinp, Cpqst,JHigKway        ?!  886-7343 Gibsons L  .... .."-. t.,w-. ..a., n  /4��aRaiB|(-IBi_-)_^B|_aaa BvB pmi  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  fa-l-  1,   d��in't., hoo   why   people   want   now  io ('oni't)i'ln If people wanted new mimic    [  all I|\q UjiM'V ,             *.t  ��� UI|Ih iH'(..��ni\k for 1(1% of ��ilio,.mail  foeiilvod hy tho avera/io Canadian luaiHtip  liold,4'    ������"���',  BOB and OLIVE WELLS  Withjpq^^ 'th&.kvMoQM,  from Mar/ Doray,  GJRSQNS A^O AREA  SKA1E CLUB  ir^i'  KENDeVRIES  -1659~_Hinahlno^Coast-Hlgh>rqy^  ���PhQn6rB9>$*71U  ,���  ^ CARPET?   ^TP.$  HOURSs  Cjlosod Monday, Open 9 a.m.�� 6 ptnia i  ��IW fl'1"1*1' "M Vl'iy l��itny;", | \f^ffm a>na��wiiw<aiii*i M a; at H l/[|i, ii  i  rSl  ^pPECTIVE^WOVEIVIRER"*lRtn972:  p In the meantime, the Howe Sound Farmers Institute ^o  operating tlio business during the loMQWAflSfi ��fr9W*-\  TUESDAY���\:00, P.M. to 6:00 p.M,  ^IFRIDAY���1:00 P.M; ta 6:00 p;fV,j.���"  ^/VTURP^Y���"9:QP/iV.iyi, %o 6:qp p.iyi.  " FROM, NOVEMBER 1st BUSINESS HOURS ARE;  '    DAIL,Y'FROM' 9;0Q A,M.;TO:;6!00:P,M. ,'  ���     ���"    CLOSED SUNDAY'AND'MONDAY '"    "  I t9SUWM%^��a!i=HM(a>����>2  ^tM'S#^W��**^*^'*a8W*������ ****WWi����'  I  .'��,.)   '.I"1  Good WashSngtors ALFA1FA  i '    i   'i    ' *      i ,  ,, <  i '    .  ���^^atPn_l^___JiBBJ����������B.aCj__-^��^  ^MWB>WJ������i^^  * M(HQl,EUM?  -Friday Night Til 9 p.m  <*l  , i\<  R.R.  No.  1f Pratt RoaU, Gibsons  ,   "j"      d W\ "'���V m P ""Mi ** PJP **       f.     *9W P^ n��   ���( ti       .   i M11  WQSonuW&v  B6 ^QMii-ieby S^7;?85_7\liaV  i^fpii VAN|eMJ��^  FEDERAL  NDP CANDIDATE  HARRY MAGHUS  OLAUSSEN  Federal KEW DEMOCRATIC  PARTY Candidate for Coast-  Chilcotjo; ^2 year ojd bache-  ': lo reborn" a'hd' "^ e"d ucqt��l' in Far  East; world traveler, multilingual background. My interest is PEOPLE. It will be an  honor to serve you as a Member of Parliament. In the meantime, can I be of service to  you? Home, address:, 6887  Fairmont, Powell River, BrC.  Phone number: 485-4755.  Authorized by Coast Chilcotin  NDP Campaign  Committeee.  A,'1 '  LET US MAKE  YQU SOME OFFERS  YOU WOULDN'T  '''WANT^TQ1''   ^cm$mmnmhhT"^  ,, ^9 moot now friqntjas. (   ,  ���-Sholyos stocked \/lth q gano��;ou9  selection of qualify brandts.  '���A butchpr wljio <;qt(.rs,to your pp^  sonal ^asHQ in oUr wpll appointed  . nrji<?qt: da^ar^Qnt. ���'   ���  9N<^ vm shop wwii ys,  XW>'STAY WITH US ,, .\  I   '       ft   I.  .GIBSONS  .w_a,, l_ *.   . I., a'  ���in,i,��Jll!!"|"K  ''a'^W.'VW.iwiiyHM'.iii'W-By  <W^^^iM��^Wa#lHfe>*if  a^HHW^^^  mmt*mm^mm#mm  i r \
Aim is employment . . .
tax cuts,
" \ \ ■     .  _ . ._■
Pankratz t©llsv meeting
ACCORDING to John Pankratz, Progressive Conservative candidate in the
Coast-Chilcotin ridirYg, "Tax cuts or more
massive government,, spending is the
central economic issue in this 1972 federal campaign". - s '
Speaking atva campaign meeting last
we^k Pankratz went on to explain that
both measures are designed to achieve
tho same end, namely more employment
*   DANCE   *
music by Yen kings
_..__..  —9:00 p.m. to 1:30 aVfii.
$2.50 PER PERSbN
and   a   growing   economy.   However   he
pointed   out   the   difference:   "The   Conservatives'-favour   tax   cuts",   he   .skid,
"whilst the Trudeaucrkts believe in more
government  spending".
lNI 'believe", 'he- said, "that there is a
very big difference. The Conservative tax
cut proposals .will allow the Average
■ Canadian more opportunity to spend more
hard earned money, as he or she sees fit.
This,Ns needed to Restore confidence in
enterprise and individual initiative. At
the same time it will encourage Canadians to invest in Opportunities at
home". -
* "The Trudeaucrats massive government speeding ideas will mean even more
taxes for the average citizen", he said.
"In fact", he went on, there is a 3 per
cent personal income tax increase scheduled b,y the Trudeau government for Jan.
17The" meaning is clea~i\ TruSeau believes
that he and his 'pool of hired brains'
are smarter than the rest of Canada
when it comes to investing money, "the
evidence  of .four Trudeau  years  refutes
this theory. Despite -.harp increases in
government spending under-Tjudeau both
unemployment and inflation are out.\of
control, in,Canada, and to make it worse
those who are working are burdened
With a bigger share of the tax load..
yThe' ta^ cuts proposed by Stanfield
are not election wgive aw&ys, Pankratz
said. They are carefully thought out proposals to stimulate the economy and at
the same, time halt run a\Vay inflation.
"Firsj Stanfield will introduce an
immediate 4 per cent personal tax cut
and stop the 3 per cent increase scheduled by Trudeau. Second Stanfield will
stop taxing cost of living increases. He
wiih stop using inflation to obtain hidden
personal tax increases. "Third -Stanfield
will stop the capital gains tax on bona
Tide ranch and farrn transfers within
the family. _
"This will be good not only for the
Cariboo and Chilcotin ranchers but will
be good for Canadian consumers. The
more, we tax our primary consumers",
Pankratz maintained, "the more we increase the cost of hamburgers".
Pankratz summarized his remarks by
•stressing   that   he   strongly   favored   the
personal  tax  cut  alternative  because  ha
believes In individual enterprise and ini-
:   tiative.     "     "~ *"
Principal says .., ,
Pender Harbor
result o! mass-prodnction system
s are
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The PeniVisula Times
\ Wednesday,
.October 4,
Fresh mushrooms are low in calories
and are good sources of vegetable protein and iron.
PENDER Harbor Secondary School's 1972.
gradual ing class were told Saturday
night that their, education was not a result  of mass  production.  .'  '.   '     *
Principal A. L. Thompson told the
graduates and some of 50 parents and
friends present that the graduating class
is the result of the work of an excellent
team of teachers, one of the best in the
province. .       ,
Thompson remarked on how well the
graduates did writing B.C. government
examinations. However, only Randy Tait
ancl Jim Mercer, are continuing their
education at the university level. Both
students were recipients of bursaries^.
Of the 15' graduates, eight were present at the ceremonies to receive their
diplomas. '
Giving the graduation address, Ray
Kraft, local fisheries officer, urged the
students to enjoy thoir \york whatever
they   do..
Dianne Lee was presented the Jean
Whittaker Commerce Trophy by Mrs.
Jean Whittaker.
In order to receive the trophy a stu
dent must maintain a, C .plus  or  betteh-
grade  in three years of commerce.
Presentation of. bursaries were as
follows:. Randy Tait—Ladies Auxiliary to
.Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 112, present^ by Mrs. D. Silvey; Pendef Harbor
Parent-Teachers Association, Mrs. P.
Knutsort; Peninsula Times, Richard Proctor. \
Jim Mercer: \Royal Canadian Legion
Branch "112; Sechelt TeacheVs' Association; Pender Harbour Credit Union, Mark
Presenting; the   diplomas     was     Bill
Malcolm   of   lender   Harbor,   trustee   oiy
School District 46, Sechelt.^ "~
Mrs. L. Talfcrtto was at the piaho.
Graduates were: Cora • Beale,. .Kenneth
Bilcik, Brenda Crosby, Janice Gumming,
Roxana Dubois, Gordon Kammerle, Kim
Lawrence, Di anne Lee, John Malcolm,
__J-im Mercer,.Kirk Northrup, Billy Reid,
Neil Seaholm, Joey Rousseu, Randy Tait.
Golfer to companion: "Geprge, you've
got a real picture-book swing there. Too
bad a few- pages are missing."
Garden Bay Store -- $83-2253
"Fine Meats for Fine .People"
* Put your message into more
than 2,500 homes (10,000)
readers in these economical
spots.  Your ad  is always there
for quick reference	
Sunshine Coast Business Directory
■ Here's an economical way to
reach 2,500 homes (10,000
readers) every week. Your. ad
waits patiently-for. ready reference .-. . . .anytime!
W. Philip Gordon
Tel:  Bus.  886-2714.   Res. 886-7567
Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.
Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft
Classes In "Resin Daily,Tue. through Sat.
Resin ONLY $11.25 gal.
Cowrie  Street - Sechelt - 885-9817
Telephone 886-2069
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product*
Pine Rd. & Grafldview Ave.
P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.
■ ■■-■annul »!■■—■    ji        I     ■'    '  ' '■■■-'" ■' '    ■ "' ' '    '
Your One Stop Building Store
For Al.l Your Building Needs
1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642
Free Estimates - Fast Service
Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.
Phone 884-5315
,.,.„,_._.,;.. ^.mJ^  ■
j     DIAL
Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288
WM-is&m^ es
Atlas Parts and Tires
Phone 885-;
Esslemont Equipment, Services
Phone 886-2784
Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.
■BANKS. ;'	
Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before
R  E. IRK IN — Beath 'AVfe., .Roberts' Creek, B.C
SECHELT BRANCH—Ptione 885-2201
GIBSONS BRANCH—Phone 886-2201
„.,,._,„„,,,,,.,. ...4.. ^HOURS...,.,.',,.., .....:,:.,,.,,«	
Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3,'p.m,
Fri. 10 a,m,-6 p.m.; Sot. 1Q,a;m.»3 p.m.
Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs, ]0 d,m.-3 p.m.
Fri, 10 aim.-6 p.m.
Stoyes and Chimneys
Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.
Ponder.Hairbbur - 883-2403
;-.■   TJ^VS^BLAST^G       '",   '
Basomonts-Prlvo'WayH" Septic Tanks
Stumps - Pitch Linos
,' Cail For A Froo Estimate. Any Tlmp
TED DONLEY  Pon'clei; Hgrlaour ,883-3734
i' Fpr Expert Blasting
Phone 885-2304 L. C, Emerson
If No Answer Loavo Message at.
7      ,        085-9326
R.fl, 1, |Scc»iolt> B.C.
now back in.Sechelt.area.
Located across from Selma Park Store, i
_ i (  Jhfln^tfSS-^R wimi_	
'..   ;ILTp.	
Box 89, Madeira Park
,,,,. ',„:„,.,, ,,i,,fhohe;,,893-2274,, ,4....,,.,..,.,	
Drywall and Textured ceilings,
, Free Estimate
Phone fl8$'W3
Sand-—Gravel and Fill
Light Olearing.:.qnd..Excavating,
Phono 886-7109 «fter 5 p.m,
 ..... ,,.w HEAPY./vMX^.CONCRETE
Sqncl and Gravol - Bad .hooa
Pltahlnip« Excavcillpns
(novy 'Hall 'Shoot Motdl l^lldlno)
88S-96d<»f Box 17^7 Sochelt, fi.C,
Placing and Finishing
Floors - Patios - Stairs
Walks - Driveways
Free Estimates Phone 885-9413
Suppliers and applicators of
Caseare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick
Phone for free estimate
E.<A ar 0ick -8B4r53l5
Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973
Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.
When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.
Containers Available.
Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring
Electric Hept - Line Work
Phone 886-7244
R.R. No., 1, Madeira Park
Phone 883-2749
Residential -Commercial - Industrial
Gov't Certified Electricians
*   Phone Day or Eye. 885-2062
Residential and Commercial. Maintenance and
Design. 24 Hour Answering Service.
"'""""" y1'" ' TREE "ESTIMATES""^ """*""' -"	
Bob Lambert       886-7605 Ed Doliniky
Wyngaert Road-Sudhino Coast Highway
Box 860 - Gibsons '
in the Bal Block
Next to the Co-op Store
Gibsons 886-2322
Dianne Allen, Proprietor
Expert Hair Styling
Cowrie St., Phone
Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818
Domesltic- Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.
Nothing Down — 10 Years To fay
Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche — 883-2401
MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek
Landscaping-Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer
Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mow
Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for
Landscaping ond Trees
Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684
> i
f l. .;* _.+ij.M £<V.» fr*fci!>i.*ffl.*'f jiiiBtfAkip m JSwtsW*. Jj#i.f*
:»ilif **. Lt|j||..-lli!.l.* JtM W
r,i   n***   j"_
*«iiV>«^l»o^iM»»>«i^^*'i(» i
Concrete potiM rentals
Complolo Intilructlons Provided
-fcji   a *
PHONE 885-9550 ■    .   ■   ■
Cloqrlng - ^cavatlona - Road Building
Grading - Fill - HoadlGrovdl. Crushed Rock
7   .' Phone: Socholt 885-9550
,.,... i ■.. i ,i i i .     ..   . i ■  .     , ,    i
' JRR No,. I i Maejolra Park; 'BiC,
W. vRomsoau — Pljono 683-2302
Pender (Harbour
Rosldentlol - Industrial - Commercial
All work'guaranteed - Free estimates
iloof-McCann, Boh 157, Madeira Park
ntr\ Mckenzie
R<?sl^entl<pil, Wiring and Major
^pplllaiice Repairs
7.':T7!v>rt^NEi::f885-a9978' '^";"'
Box 387, 'Sechelt, B.C.
 'i^'mmcM. - '
Contracting and Engineering
Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220
Welcome to The FJoorshine Coast
Specialists |r> Clpanlpg,-JFIoor^WaxIng    .,
?.$:'i7;.w Spray ^
Phono 886-7131 -Gibsons, B.C.
J0H^S0N-S ^~"
_, ,,,, _,„ „  ^pocioiisinfl»in«.^M._^feHa,s*a»^
Paper Hanfllng, Interior & Exterior docoratlnfl,
Rug Cleianlng, All typos of Building
Malntienarice. Floor. Installation, •■	
Window Cleaning.
PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.
B»x 642 - Sochelt, B.C.
ResWentWh- Cojnmerclql y/lrlng
'";* *v,"*"7PKonr 886-7816"! ' v
«MM»>»faa1la»aa»aa«.aaM>a.a»M.i1l|i|,    ', , , , '     )aa7
*_■■*! V«'as,<,,f**af
"Wo aim to please'
m<  *    »l    a'a
 High Quality • • ,'Roawnobla Prlcoa
Puy a.Packogq and erect It yournolf, ^ got
our professional holp,
■w^jLaywwMi^a'wiwia .,,,M,,^-«,i ^-CIW-"I---lrx-"r-nT^--m-^-^'>M"^
' GARDEN DAY. P.C. * Phon* Ivm. 883.2723
"tovo Is i«> Homo by Skannorl"
Jox 868, Socholt « 885-2692
Troo Topping - Solcctlvo Logging
Tdcphono «83^2417
RTRT \, MaUbSfa PiirlC B.C.
ffdr all your
Phono 8834663
Madeira Park, B.C.
A* 4ha Sign »f tho Chovron
, Machine Shop'—Arc and Acty Welding
Steel Fahrlcdtlng7-rn/y\arlna W«ys
Automotive apd Marine Repairs
v Standard Marino Station;
Phona 886.7721   "•• 8B6-9956, 886.9326!
' " '    ' '■'    .... ; ; ^_c___i
Bal Block - Gibsons
P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.
Phone 885-2107
All Makes - All Work Guaranteed
Phorife 885-2021 * r/
Box 798 Sechelt, 'B.C.
Plumbing - Plpefitting - Steamfittlng
Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging
. 7 ( .     .FREE ESTIMATES
Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848
.        *-
Repairs - Alterations - New Installations
'Goyt. Certified;Plumber;,!;~i;24'HpurServlce"
Phone 885-9014
^ _^p.O,iBpX;825J^.SI_pHEI!.t#:PJC,.,,	
Sales and Service — 886-9533
Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer
Len Coates 886-7685
Ray Coates 886-9533 - 886-7872
t  '       )"■- " i^waaw——a—, i.ii.ani— a.-a ■—— ■———■'■*
Gov't. Certified Plumbor
.    Phono 883-2720
Box 63' ' ' "Madeira Park, B.C.
> — ■■■' ■*■■■■■ Mnw— nm*  ■!!■» —.a. aaia—a i .^
A. C. Rentals
Tools and Equipment
Sunshine Coast Highway and
1 Franco, Peninsula Road
Pender Harbovr - 883-2513
Electrical   -   Plumbing   -  Appliances
TVs - Furniture, and Carpets
P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101
ot Francis Peninsula
 ; . . . ; -
.,......_ ,. _,. ,_:Babout.,youf..,H.... ,..„__._...___.:.,_.
Phone 886-2923
Gower Point Road
Sales and Service^ To All Moke*
Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525
Fishing Supplies - Boats new ond
Used ... Large & Small
685-9832 Sechril
B.C* Land Surveyors
Marine Building - Porpoise Ba>
.,.„.,; ,.,...7 ...,..:Sechelt/,.B.C...............
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
'■'"-,"1 COASTAL*'TIRES' —
Sumhino Coa»t Highway
Box 13, Gibson*, B.C - Phono 886-2700
Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m, to 5:30 p.m.
.„...    'Fridayevening >y appbintmont only,,. „,.„,..
,.(.' JiiSKT't' ^Hll«M"nW
for Y*J>ur Fuel Supplioi
■' ParKlnff'Pnd Moorao<"Avallal>lo
, Colin and Evelyn McK|nnor>,
Jim and Irln Miller
»MadoirO Park-
Phono 803-2505
i    .-Marine Ways to 42'
Bottom Repairs
883-2535 ,.
Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.
686^9663 - Hopkim Landing
JklvRN AC |£S^^.,... „,„„„,(,,.,.,„,,.,w^__-r
P.V, ServlaeiLtd. "
i    Pirtict all onqulrWs to:
Plip^tthor (hlW^OSp, {dym. 886J737S
QfflCfaHours 8:30 p.m. to4i3p p,m,
.   /.. , .ESSCvOlUiFURMACES ,  .
No downpeiymont - DdrilvInterest ,
.    ■ Tapyadrs to'pay
For freo eitlmttto»-^C«.l| S81a«ta6 collact
Complelo ||no of -appliances   .
ii h  . mi • . ,
tloMSohdld,Moving* Packing. Storage,
Paqklng Materials por Sale     '
Morribor of Allied Van Linos,
«"*»•<■«•» Canada's -Noa—li-Movfrr*-
—_J !■-■■...  i       ■'■  '     •'!'•  >
Ypur, iDuslness Cqrd,   ,
In this space will  '
reach meorly 10,000 peoplol
Low cost --High powor
' '■   ■' .'.'"RBNT-ITMT"--;> :
, _ ,   of pavla Bay
"Wo Ront or Sp|| Almost Eyoryllilng"
Typowrller'J - Lighting Planla - Televisions
Roto Tillers - Cement Mlxoro - Lawn Rakes
Mechanic's Tools
■ .     ,AFT£R HOURS 885-5.151
""-1- ™   ■'    ■'" ■■■    J'"IL- -J' '■''" ''   J   ''       ' i'
Phono 885-9713
,jL«dio8'-«on<l-Chl ldreri's»W©ar
' Open* »|k days a tyook
Phono 885-2063
.., CoWrlo i Street, Sechelt
1 I..'  i.'_ ' ' m
Scows '—' Logs
v!/'  -''.»'-^—'i^d;— —
Heavy Equipment Moving 8. Log Toeing
,  L..HIGGS ,"*     ,
..,v....v.,,,,..,,,,.pt<lly...,|nsUrecl''"'"-'"" "" '	
Greatnr YetieouYor,
Secholt Ponlmula
T.V,. awrt7RADIO
■  Wa'W-aft     JU./
'      ADMIRAr 7-,   ELEaROHOME
bnd   ZENITH    DEAWpS   -   i(
, Gordon Oliver. «   'Ed Nicholson
In Thp Hoaft Of Downtown Secholt
Pox 799, Socholt 885-9816
yaiii.ia.imn-miiiMa—taiiM—inmM i) i* .^■w-w»ajW*««w*'Oi P< ■»■■  I      imWMWWi^im
i, Sales and Sorvlco
Authorized Dealer and Repair Depot for
QUASAR (Motorola) * PHILCO	
Cowrla  Street, Seehelt — Phono  885-2171
' Roiipholsterlng, - R«tyllng -. Compl^U Dr«pTf>
. S«rylfl<» - Sample* thnyn Ih th»'hom|i',   ,
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Pog^R-4 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday; October 4, .9J2
"I  BELIEVE   Strongly that a member p^
Parliament must rpaintain constant com-'
munidation with his constituents and listen
with both ears., to their desires and problems.'' ;-
"I BELIEVE That a member of Parliament must make these desires known in
Ottawa and that he must work full-time to
solve his constituents problems."
"I  BELIEVE   That his job is to truly represent his constituents."
From our mailbag...
One woman's thoughts of Pierre and the election
Editor. The News:
Sir—I'll never forget the first time
I saw Pierre. It was in 1968, and I walked into this respectable dancing establishment in Vancouver, and there he was
dancing the Rubber Chicken with this
bottle blonde. His hair was longer on
top then and shorter around the sides,
but... he was.. . well, you know. He
was Pierre, and he. wa? single, and I
was  single,  and  I  had  my  hopes.
It was dumb, I guess. Hoping that
way, I mean. But I wasn't the only one
who felt that way. There were a lot of
us who thought that if we voted for
Prince Charming, we might get a chance
at the glass slippers.
That was the only time I ever saw
him, by the way. In the flesh, that is. But
he did notice me long enough to give me
his autograph. In fact, that's how I got
my picture in the newspapers.
After that happened I didn't wash
for a week. I mean, I hadn't had any
paper with me and I'd really wanted his
autograph, and it I washed it would have
come off. Anyway, the picture that the
photographer took got into lots and lots
of newspapers, and I got lots and lots
of mail because of it. Only, my parents
wouldn't let me see any of it. They just
didn't understand. They even had the
telephone service cut off for a month. My
best friend Jackie said that they were
being mean and that 1 was probably
missing a lot of movie offers. So I guess
my whole career was probably wrecked
before it could start. Which is sort of
tragic,  if you  think about it.
I finally did wash it off, of course.
After all, nobody could see his autograph unless I wore a really low-cut
dress—which wasn't a very good idea,
■what with winter and my Dad's old-
fashioned ideus and all—and if I looked
(nt myself in the mirror, it wus. backwards. ' ■'■'"'''' ■/■'■'■'■'■'■"■'.■:---;'■■"■.•,■ •■-"■'
Anywuy,  l'ieri'c hadn't really  noticed
ine, 1 guess. Not in uny way lhat count-..
oil. 1 thought' ho hud, but right al'tor
lhat photographer look the picture of
him Klgning his mitugruph, lie just said
"Thank   you"   and   vvull.e.l  away.   1. saw
blue  Zeugma, but  ho didn't  hoo mo,
Tlmo wont on, and ho huuumo Prlino
Minister, r n.ust'vo tflvon' up hopo "or"
Homothlna, bccaimo 1 nuu'i'lcd Lonlor, 1
know that LoHlor wunn'1 anything llko
PloiTQ, but ho was willing to marry mo,
and th»l'n u vory good ■qmillly In a man,
Anyway, our onfengomont. mnda my pur-
ontfl . vqrj; l-uppy-r-my full.or, ovem nald
that. II rhudo him brtu.tho ei\nlor!-~«nd
1 giioty. gotling married didn't mi.ko mo
. Joel too bad»oltlioi'._»I,.donU,.roul|y„guoM.i
what It wuH'tluU LoHlor hi'iw in iho, 'But
ho told iqio onou llutt, |»o'd,Hooii my, pluUuo
In' lho nownpapoi'' and'that, ho know 1
had .lomo  good polnttt,
"Anyway,'ilkp'I wiyi" tori lor and 1 got
man-lad, unci ni'lor a whllo wo had Cynthia  unci   III lio  LoHlor,  And  1'lorro  ktml
nil    Pl'lmi.    lVIln Iwtrti'liAii- lnii'ii'nw    ,....».'   in.,1
night of March 5th.
It was a breakfast. Lester was sitting
at the table drinking his second cup)of
coffee! and I was stacking dishes in the
sink, and, suddenly, the report of Pierre's
marriage blasted through my mind. For
a  moment 1 saw all black.
"Are you all right?" Lester asked me
from the table.
I somehow managedi to. get ahold of
myself. Oh, Pierre, I screamed inwardly, you didn't wait to discover me. But
all I said was, "Me? Oh, I'm fine."
"You look sort of funny."
"Thanks." I tried not to show that
I was crying inside. "How old did they
say she was?"
"Twenty-two," he answered and smiled in a funny way.
"Younger than me," I said, blinking
back   tears.
I guess that's when I began to feel
differently about Pierre—sorry, I mean
Mr. Trudeau.. Oh, it caught my attention when it - was announced that she
was expecting. I was interested enough
to count the months, that is. Of course,
it turned out all right. Not that anybody
cares about that sort of thing these days.
Then they had that sweet little baby
on Christmas day, and I almost forgave
him. ("That shows you who he thinks
he is," Lester said on that day, but I
thought that was sort of nasty of him.
He's always saying things like that. Why,
just the other day Lester read that Mrs.
Trudeau had fainted at a rally, and his
only comment was, "I wonder if this time
he's trying for the Resurrection.")
But it just hasn't been the same
somehow since his marriage. I mean,
okay, now I'm married and he's married. I have kids, and he has a kid, B\.'it
there's nothing very exciting about having diapers in common with a man. I
mean, I've got wet diapers incommon
with  Lester, and  lid's my liusband7' '"
So jiow there's an election coming
again,  and  I'm  a  lot older.  I  can  yoto
now   and   everything.
It never really occurred to me that
I might not vole for Pierre. But now
I'm not really sure. Different things get
important to you as you get older. Prices
keep going up, especially food prices, and
he wants to take away my family allowance cheque. I don't want to seem selfish
or anything, but it seems like all the
time I'm getting nickled and dimed to
death in the supermarkets, and it's really important to be additionally twelve
dollared. I guess that I shouldn't say
that because the poor will be getting
more. It's just that I don't feel rich. (Lester says that when Mackenzie King
started family allowances in 1944, he
lowered the tax deduction for children
from $500 to $300. Lester thinks that it
would make a lot more sense to raise
the family allowance rates for everybody
and then collect it back at tax time
from the wealthier people. He also says
that the way the new scheme is planned, changes have to be made every time
a person's income changes even a little.
But I don't know. You hear about unemployment all the time. I'd think that
it v/ould create lots of jobs just for all
those people sitting around figuring out
family allowance'cheques. Something as
complicated as that would be at least a.;',
good for creating employment opportunities as the Unemployment Insurance
Now, I really haven't decided yet who
to vote for. After all, this is the first
time that I get to vote, and I want to
do it right. Lester says that I should
vote  the  issues.
The only problem is that none of the
parties seem to agree on what the issues
are. Mr. Trudeau says that the issue is
national unity ... but, I don't know, it
doesn't bother me'to have French words'
on the other side of a food tin. Mr.
Stanfield says ,,. actually, I'm not sure
■"'''wHat';<Aiiv'':;';Stanfield''1:''i_ay.s because" lib's
.sort of quiet (but he was a provincial
prcinier' for   11   years,   so   ho   must   bo
tougher than he looks). Anyway, I think
he's saying that he can do a lot better
at everything than Mr. Trudeau. Mr.
Lewis says that the issue is corporate
welfare bums, and he's sort of interesting
to listen to when you see prices going
up and up. Mr. Caoette says the issue
is getting the Liberals out so that the
country   will  be   saved.
The Prime Minister is standing on.
his record. Lester says he could get more
votes by standing on his head. But, I
don't know—I don't think that will.work
this time.
Like I say, I haven't decided how. I'm
going to vote, and I'm still thinking
about it very hard. Paul St. Pierre has
perfectly lovely sideburns. John Pankratz looks awfully cute in those pictures
where he's looking off into the sky
with his jacket slung over his shoulder.
Harry Olaussen has a mustache, and I've
always loved mustaches.
It's really a very difficult decision.
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Returning Officer outlines  v ....... .....  proxy vote for the student  Enrichment of Fostering  Page B-6  \  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, October 4, 1^972  \\  \  \  THERE appears lo Ijte certain amount of  uncertainty   in   regards   to'   how   students,   eligible   to   vote   in   the TQct.   30,  election, are classified  as to where they  may   vote,   said     A.   J;   Pearsall.   Coast  Chilcotin returning officer.  The following should be of assistance  to the student and his parents.  These are: "***  1���The married student;  2���The single student  living  "at  home";  3���The single student living "away from  home", and  4���The single student  "on  his own".  1���Married students. Generally speaking, the ordinary residence of a married  student "is where he lives with his spouse.  It does nol matter whether both husband and wife are students, nor does it  matter if they liv'e in one room or in  a students' residence, or at the home of  the parents of either of them. It follows  that married students should be enumerated where they are physically residing on the enumeration date since that  is their place of ordinary residence.  Should there be any married students'  residences on the campus, they should  be visited by enumerators in the usual  way.  2���Single students Ijving "al home".  Single students living "at home" should  be enumerated where they are physically  residing on  the enumeration date.  3���Single, students living -"away from  home". Single students living "away  from home" should be enumerated at the  residence of-thfeir *'parents-or guardian,  and not where they are physically living  on  the enumeration date.  4���Single students "on their own".  Single students who are "on their own"  and who no longer consider the parental  home as theirs, are deemed to have  their place or ordinary residence where  Ihey are physically residing on the enumeration date and they are entitled to  be enumerated at that place, if they are  otherwise  qualified  as  electors.  Parents are therefore ' reminded that  if their sons or daughters "are in group  3, they should contact their enumerator  and arrange to have them placed on the  voters  list  as  of  Oct.   11.  The enumerator can then contact the  returning officer of the riding in regards  to obtaining, a form 47���apponitment and  consent of a prdxy voter (if necessary).  The last day to receive requests for proxy  certificates is  Oct. 27.  Safe Motoring  BOTANISTS say that'autumn colors are  the result of a perfectly scientific  chemical reaction���the natural result of  temperature, rainfall, chlorophyll, less  daylight and other variable factors. Don't  you believe it!  Jack Frost is the individual responsible for all those glorious colors. Everyone knows that! Even if it is true that  the leaves often begin their fall transformation from uniform green to a riot  of diverse hues  before thq first frost.'  But whatever causes the trees lo  sprout their various colors, the B.C. Automobile Association reminds travellers  that fall is a delightful time to explore  the Countryside on short one-day or  weekend motoring trips.  Any fall, foliage tour without a camera is a wasted opportunity. Here are  some tips from the BCAA on how to  get the best from your autumn picture-  taking:  ���Roadside stands with their harvest  bounty offer good photo possibilities. Get  close-ups   which   include   the   customers.  ���Wait for the sun to , emerge from  behind any clouds before snapping your  picture���the autumn colors will look their  best on film when struck by full sunlight. 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In  the case of foster parents who offer care  to children who have had lo leave their  own families, who have already sustained  varying degrees of damage from "the circumstances requiring their removal from  the custody of their natural, parents ahd  who are moving into the terrifying unknown, lhe fond belief that intuition and  kindness will suffice is unsophisticated,"^  tovsay  the least.  Sometimes we have been lucky. When  a foster placement "takes", the resultant  good fortune extends to the professionals  who make the placement to the foster-  parents w^io share in.the "success story",  to the child himself, and to the taxpayer,  who will avoid paying for lifelong custodial  care  for  this   human  being.  \^ith the ever rising incidence and  severity of emotional disturbance suffered by children coming into care, however, the time must come when the community will stop relying on chance in  discharging its responsibility to its children. 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