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Array ���;'  -.X  '^  ���^���7rty~i*.t  Stall employment:. . . -     4    ' ,4  Regional Director opposes  '       %' ' . .        V  'Discrimiliqtofy' pr  DESIRE by Director Frank. West to _jro-  ��hibit all relative's of-Board mernbers,  or even members of the .^household of a  Boaisd member, from employment by the .  Regional District, fell somewhat flat at  last regular meeting,  August 31st.  Letter from the^Board legal adviser,  Bruce Emerson, stated: "I have examined  the proposed amendment to your Administration By-law which would, in effect, prohibit employment of persons  related to members of the Board. I have  done this in the context of the Human  Rights Act of the Province of British  Columbia. This. Act replaced the Fair  Employment Practices 7 Act, which was  repealed in 1969.  "This Ackt provides that no employer  shall discriminate against an employee  with respect to religion, race, colour, 'nationality, ancestry or place of origin. I  do not believe that the proposed amend-  v ������ ���  ment to your Bylaw, would- transgress  this statute or any of its components to  which I have just referred".  Chairman   Harry   Almond   expressed .  the, view that present policy barring direct relatives of staff bein'g employed on  vthe  Board  is  quite  sufficient.  West said he would like to see this  "policy included in the Bylaws. He added  that he also feels that anybody related to7  a staff member should have to obtain approval of .the Board before being consid-  ered for employment on the Board.  INSU  Serving the Sunshine Cloast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthoms Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   /  Wilson Cr,eek,\Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, ffendi-r Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay,. Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. 1142  ��� Union    ��ra����    Label  This Issue 12 Pagers ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OE ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNStjjNE COAST.  GOLF CLUB EVENTS  Ladies of the Sunshine Coast Golf  and Country Club plai. their annual  "Back to School" tournament Wednesday Sept. 6th. Tee-off 9:30 a.m. Annual  luncheon meeting scheduled for Wednesday Sept. 20th 12:30 p.m. Further details call Doreen Gregory or Forda Gal-  lier . for   reservation���before   Sept.   13th.  OPEN SEASON  1972-73 Hunting Regulations Synopsis,  contains., one omission: It fails to list an  open season for ruggled grouse in MAs  2, 3, 4. Regulations passed by Order-in-  Council provided for an open season  from September 9th tb November 26tlv  1972: Daily bag limit- is 10 'in the aggregate.  FATALITY  Robert Gorvaad of California was  killed at Chatterbox Falls near Malibu  Lodge when he fell while climbing above  the falls last Wednesday. His body was  recovered by the Comox Air-Sea rescue  helicopter.  Director Thorold arguedThat he could .  not be party to any discrimination of that  nature. Director Lorne Wolverton asked  "just what is meant by a " rela^ve?'\  Mayor Wally Peterson agreed and added  ���that this is what he has queried in\he  past. "It could be a very distant relative,"  he" said.  Director Thorold said he could agree  with "no immediate family" but certainly  not relatives as a  whole.  It was therefore moved that the ruling  apply only to immediate family members  and at discretion of the Board.  SOAMES  POINT  Director Wolverton recommended that  proposals of a land swap in order that  Soames Point might be taken over as a  public park, be rejected. Grounds for  rejection were that (1) Local residents  were opposed to the proposal. (2) The  Board does not wish to split up Lot 1506,  property near the golf course as the swap  - alternative. (3) Money would be better  utilized in opening up gazetted waterfront access roads.  SECRET  COVE  " It apepars ��� there is little the Board is  able to do regarding the fears expressed  by residents of pollution at Secret Cove.  It was felt that this is a federal-provincial  matter not under the jurisdiction. of the  Regional  District.  It was recommended by the Sub-Planning Committee that the various federal   and'...provincial agencies be .contacted ..rerl.  garding the concern of pollution, indicating that it is a developing problem and  that action should bev taken. It was suggested the letter from residents be filed.  The Committee also pointed out that  in regard to leases, the Board cannot  decide on a lease, it is merely ��� asked ��� by  the department for comment, final decision comes from the Lands Branch.  Volume 9, No. 41 ��� WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1972  P. River Exhibition  booklets available  LIMITED \number of Powell River Exhibition booklets are available at the  Times office in Sechelt. The booklets  include rules of entry and the official  prize list, together with an entry for  for the annual fair which> will be held  this year from September -14 through  to 16th.  Held in the Civic Arena in Powell  River, the exhibition includes, flowers,  fruits, vegetables, home cooking, home  canning and farm produce, needlework,  handicrafts and hobbies, junior exhibits  include hobbies, needlework, flowers,  vegetables, cooking and home canning  and poultry. Ducks, geese, rabbits ~ancF  pigeons may also be entered for show;;  In  some  sections,  deadline  for  entry  is 5 p.m. Saturday, September 9th.  ' The Powell River Exhibition office  will be open in the Civic Arena from  September 5th. Anyone wishing further  information should phone the exhibition  office at Powell River,. 112-485-6333.  __ (.____.  Getting  Acquainted  Losing no time in expressing his  thanks- to the voters on the Sunshine Coast, MLA Don Lockstead  visited Sechelt last week and is pic-  Road-Medical Clinic . . .  tured on left with Mr. Sam Johnson  and his provincial election agent  Dale Albert Fretts, a logging operator from Vananda.  Mew MLH makes committals  controversies  over  'Run round" claimed  Combined Regional Boards  meeting planned  STILL overwhelmed with his recent success at the polls, MLA Don Lockstead  has already committed himself to a number of local projects. He told The Times  last week he has met with the Regional  Board and other groups who are opposed  .J_L_2___f_u;ivy_..iTianager Monty Aldous wrote  the Regional Board last week following suggestions by "Council ol" Gibsons,  ancl later taken up by the Board, that  the Langdale Queen be operated as a  shuttle service between Langdale and .  Horseshoe Bay.  The idea came from Mayor Walter  Peterson who had suggested such a  shuttle service would ' help eliminate  lengthy   line-ups  at  both  terminals.  Mr. Aldous wrote stating that in light  of the present congestion of ferries at  Horseshoe Bay it might prove .difficult  to institute this type of additional serv-  ice, vHowever, the-id/aa ��� will be givqn every  consideration.  There has been considerable congestion at- the Horseshoe Bay terminal which  has long ago proved limited in the lium-  bor of ferries it can handle, Some talk is  undorstoQd to havo taken place by the  Authority regarding relocating tho Nan-  "*nimo'*terminalrrrhls-woulcl^greatly*eose  tho  situation  i'or   the   Sunshine    Coast  Ti|oort'.ing.i.  Diroetor Frank West said ho .cols tho  Board Is ..simply gulling lhe "ruiiiround'V  Ho suggested u combined meet of tho  Powell River and Sunshine Coast Regional Poards In,order that a .plan might  bo prepared.followed wlUi.a' deputation:  "lo Vlqtoria.        ������������������'���'���"���' ���'���-'���'������ -���  Chalrmun Harry Almond agreed that"  writing to tho departments have proved  " a waslo ,of tlmo, mid lhat. a personal visit"  duos noom to havo growler effect.   '  West  replied that  tho Board  should  not, havo to embark on such a pllgrlmago  and Mbo\y down to bog; for, what is our'  right anyway".  Mayor Peterson pointed out, that ll In  not necessary to go all llio way, to Vic.-'  torla, Ho explained that tho lforry Authority  officials  aro  usually  quite  pro-     _'-zi_  ,\.,    ������ ,-*.  "-��narcd-"iowmaQrin���,Vnncouvoi,rTiilR"i:invc������ &Kvtt|*    ���" ���"��'  bulli nionay and tlmo lo Ilia taxpnyur, ^i,!'/. '*..'���'_f ��� ���''*',   II.1 was' agreed that ii hmotlng 'I'd i\v-     *^''"  ranged with/the Powell River Regional  Board and an attempt made to arrange  _  meeting in . .Vancouver. *���  to the 'proposed route for relocation of  Highway 101 in the Gibsons area. He  said he "intends working . toward having  this changed to the route* acceptable ,to  those presently opposing the original Department proposal.  At  iasiTweek'sT Regional"~~B~6arci meet*"  ing, Director Jim  Tyner Announced' thai!  Locksteadt has stated he fully supports a  fully equipped, full time operated  medical clinic at  Pender  Harbour and  will  work toward this end.  In expressing' his appreciation to all  who worked on his behalf during the election ca.mpaign, Mr. Lockstead said he  would like to thank Isabel Dawson for  the work she has carried out on behalf  of the constituency during the past six  years. Also for the clean campaign she  conducted;- "   Locksteadt added that he would like  communication between the federal government and th province of British Columbia has been a regrettable feature of  recent years. Anything I can do to reopen the dialogue I shall.  "Your politics and mine are not the  same but this is secondary to our large  concern, which is building a better British  Columbia and a better Canada."  Mother of burnt baby  unfit to stand trial  CATHERINE Mary Hoffman aged 26,  an American citizen from Detroit, has  been certified as unfit to stand trial on  a"���'charge' of "noncapital murder. She has  been committed to Riverview Hospital.  Hoffman was charged at Sechelt July  24th after she was alleged to have placed  her twenty-four day old son on a pile  of. wood, doused it with gasoline and set  it alight: Her husband, Wolfe E. Hoffman, a landed immigrant from the USA,  had returned to the tent in which the  couple lived at West Porpoise Bay and  discovered the burnt body of his son.  He subsequently took his wife to the  RCMP Detachment in Sechelt.  Following a brief appearance before  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt the accused  woman was sent to Riverview for a psychiatric report.  Logging fatality  at Salmon Arm camp  SERGEANT Bill Saunders of the Sechelt  RCMP Detachment flew up to a Salmon Arm logging camp last Friday, September 1st* to investigate an accident  which has  since proved  fatal.  Gillis John Jutras aged 36 of the  Vancouver area was struck on the head  by a falling tree. Mishap occured at 8:30  am Thursday, August 31st at the Clow-  ham logging camp in Salmon Arm. He  was flown tb the Vancouver General  Hospital  but  succumbed  to  his   injuries  Saturday ''"morning.  Jehovah's Witnesses  September Convention  SEMI-ANNUAL circuit convention of  Jehovah's Witnesses will be held September 9th and 10th at the North Vancouver Recreation Center. The theme for  the two-day convention is ."Making  Known Jehovah's  Kingship".  Over 1,800 delegates from the Sunshine Coast, Squamish, the North Shore  and Burnaby are expected for the two-  day   meet.  Isabel out  Sechelt location  for Social workers  COMMENCING   last  Friday,   September  1st, social workers have full-time positions in the Sunshine1 Coast- Regional  District area.  The administrative office is located in  the Post "Office building in Sechelt and  will be" tho headquarters for Miss Judith  .Eriesen, ..social,, worker,,f or,..the,,.urea,, from,,;tp ,thank4alil; his. suporters,.among,rfthe.na-^w,  Socred government flattened  in wake of vast protest vote  Wilson Creek to Egmont; the social worker in tbe Gibsons area, yet to be anno-  ,, unced; ,and .tlie stenographer,���Farmer Gib- ,.  sons social worker, Mr. Trueman has been  transferred to Abbotsford, ahd h's successor is expected to arrivo towards the  end of this month.  l,.���,����ltMlss,.Eriesen ,Jias wbeon,with��,tho��,,Pep,t1,,,,,  of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement  Ior the pasl three years and before that  worked' ln Other���'������ provinces, Included in  her duties arp child welfare, social assistance and inml'lj.' service.  This district now has two full-time  social workers, ancl a Beceivlng Home at  Robert" Creel:.  Uve'Ind'iahs7seni6r citizens, young popple  and all others. It is his intention to do  his .best, on their, behalf during the future....��  MPs CABLE  Quick to cast aspersions upon the defeated   Social 'Credit   'government,   MP'  ���*Paulfc'Sti*43ierre**last^Thursday*'sent��thc-  following cablo to newly elected Premier  Dave, Barrett; ( _  t'. f__(  "Congratulations oil a clear and fair  victory. I wish you well In your onerous  duty of advancing tho health and prosperity of oUr province,  "A. ypu know, the absence of-ndcqua'c  DON Lockstead rode into office pn the  * crest of the NDP tidal wave. Lockstead pulled 55 per cent of the popular  vote to take the Mackenzie Riding seat  fi;pm Mrs. Isabel Da.wson, Mrs,.Dawson,  a' minister without portfolio in the So.cial  Credit government, polled 32 per cent of  ,the7.tbtalled'"vote.ViMike, Blaneyy 'the'Llb-;  oral candidate, commandeered a respectable 13 per cent ol' the vote. '  'Mrs. Dawson was one of eleven cabinet ministers who found themselves without a job last Wed,. Also going down  to defeat across the province were Phil  l.Gaglardil,.-MDonald���,,BrQlhorsll^Graco.l���1Mc;,  would take about 12 days. ,  "* Once the polls started reporting to  the returning officer, the outcome was  obvious. The first poll to report, Saltery  Bay. showed TLockstead .with..20 votes,,  Dawson with nine and .Blaney with two.  From there, Lockstead never looked back.  Forty minutes "after nhe polls closed  the score was Lockstead 3,011, Dawson  1,508, Blaney 657. And that's the way It  stayed;'"' "-" ��� ��� '"""������ ���"- ���"--������-"-< - ��  The only major centres Dawson took  were Sochelt whore ,sho totalled 45 votes  more than Locksteud and Stillwater  Where   sho   look   six   more   votes   than  Carthy, Dun Cumpboll, Les Poloraon unci    LiKfatou-.   At   Wilson   Crook  sho -look  Ad-Briefs  -point---���-���-  Ihe way  to action!  n       "t  > i (  In Today's Classified:-*.  gun, Iuk-uI'-iuuiuiii i'uhu. oN.'uiiuut ano��  .'1000 MauHor custom scope,, ru��loading  tools,, gun cabinet, gun casus, other ar-  tides,   ' ' ' ���    '  '���"Tlmoi,,C|a53|f|crds-reach"OYorl2,500-horho��  (10,000 roadors),  ��� Tlmos Classlfloda go IISTO tho honvM . .  1  not ori lawns- blroaU or In culvorU,  Waldo   Skllllngs    among   other    Social  Credit incumbents,         ���������������"���'" -  '      Don Lockstead, Mackenzie's now MLA,  polled a total of 7,070 votes al press  tlmo, This was Locks-cad's second try al  the seat. lie lost lo Mrs. DaWson by  .2'16 -votes* In 1009,' T,bls* year  ho  won  '-y'a.aioi voIoh.       ;  .-.;,/��..,..,.���.���-.7.7,,.,,.  ' Mrs, Dawson totalled,..4,570 voles at  press lime with Mlko Blanoy Irorn Gib  two moro votes than Lockstead ln the  300 votes cast, Ihere, ,  ,,���.,������.  Looktjload'p strength was In the major  population uontres in lho riding, Wo took  Grlpf Point by 110 votes, Woslvlow by  000 votes, Powoll River by 250 votes,  Gibson*) by 500 votos, Roberts Creek by  200 votes, and 300 votes In Cranberry,  At, press time, 14,253 of the'riding's  20,751"  eligible  voters turned out, to "bo  /fl  M>ns taking 1*704.-At press timer��11 ,p0,ll���cou��UedrJii;10B0*l}-,47B,vvqlprijwQ.uUQt 'J  ing'Hlallons but Hardwlol-b iHla'^i^bi^ir w*insslblQ W'.4M:"Sevc.ntv.tw��_-anor -cent .of  i V *  v xk*My ^  ft    (l      /,    \ ,   ^Vj��*fKi       yt, ,,i,W) tfta��u4a_.l  k^^mI tfitsa j#i��*sAvj^*i(,  llilqt,' Kingcome Inlet, and South Bon-  Unoko bad reported In. Total numboi1 of  illglblo, volorH,in Ihoiio.uroas, Is DO, Socholt Hospital votes are still lo bo co'n-  ilrmod at pross tlmo. ln addition Ihoro  nro t,l.a abHoiitoo ballots wliloh In lho abrupt end last week as tlio New Demo-  11)01) 'election numborod about 700.*' " "oral party swept tho'pl'ovlnco ln a Hrjo-  .AlvMiUaloiu..,  roturnlng oll'leor,, said    ot����u4nr landslldo oleollon victory,  ���l.o��would.ljtt-uiiiublo_.tu_.d��oluM��,i\���wJm)Qt.  pdsslblo' 17,405.'Sovority-two'por < cont 'Qf  ollglblo . votorii voted , In 18(80 compared  to (10 per bent in yostorday's olootlon' ln  this r'dlng,  Across   tlio' province ���  Social 'Credit  govornmonl'H JJO-your rolgn cunio to an  ���'i  i u'  .    H,   ...   ^  .,   ��� ��� ���      tuy%\UmU{^mmi  %i'Amt4i'ty.tii  Miilll all tlio ballots, aro In, lie mild thai,  wllh a majority !)ft houIh;' Social Credit,    i  ISABEL DAWSON  ,,, doitoajtod  I); Liberal 5; and Progrosslvo Coiisorva-  Uvo 2,  Iloraldlng a now era In B.C. polities,  olouiocl   NDP' loiiddr' David Bnrrott" at-"  trlbuted tho oloctlon upset to party candl-  latOH concoiitratlng on  campaign  Issues  How the vote went - by polls  >'���  - .. ���   Now Pormonpnt  J'rovlously coming \mu Uiroo��� duys . will ulBo..liavo. a..atonogi;U|)hor..unU  a wool., nodal workor, U\m .ludlth,  llio ojCflco wllf Inj open Uiroughout lho  10(10  Station RC  NDP Lib  P,(ll'.���.A(lY.__l��V'l_.17lLl,'l'l"  OlbHoim.Adv, '���-  1 Uil la iiolla ��� 54 7-1  Mo|la Coula Mil) l'<7  Ml^bluu- hay lit 47  Muto lnlot 4 IS  Uriuib; l',ko, 24(1 !12t)  Oonny In, ��� --  Kdgolilll 144 1711  Kgii|ont   ,     41)    ^4.  I'MrvulOT 7~-"-|)~  Unmblur In, ll)    VX  ClUlSOiiH ' |J14' (111  CUUlos JJny 140 1)4  Grlel' Point .37(1   !1'H  .JJ��poaHj��o|_tf_07__0').  Ualfm, Day (III    (14  ntvrdwnR';""~"n w"**2''  Hop,.,   Ldg, 0(1 70  li'V, Lflg, ntl 4(1  KInge, 111; id     y ���  i^hg Bay mill 177  ��E_22a,flod"or8 low*cost' hlih"ftoncy ��� ��� *PrioHon,.;wlll now norvo Uio Wll^n'   Avc6k',,'flnd will nerve ah ho(Ulqimrl,oni', U^xht 'ut.  (5  14  a  i  44  24  I)  .. :i  10(1  Ul  102  J.I  17  _  n  7  .  41  211  '7  20  fi  v   l��72  HC  NDP 1,1b  ior" 24.1^ :w  117  ' irm-  1117  ���IB  ���a  '4011  II  linn  an  ���MV  in  oua  1711  f4l.l)  04  Tod  JNolson \t\, ,  Ooc  ��o|o�� tonics,  ���i. �����'  * Phono lines opon  085-9654 Socholr,  _   _      i    ui~a   Crock to JHfiinont area on a full-tlmo   tor tow GlbubiiH fioclal workot;.! who   W1,   ... ''��",  %8��^IM��bS2 ���WH.-Weliroin.i lho, foully :flii-   will .alA) bo^ull, U,no.    '    ���     ', ,  '.' JgutSu? 1^ '"t  an  14  i)  aa  tan  id  7  :io  a  r.i)  ;m  I'M  1a  1  iml  (i  1117  ai  "**  '11  47  l!i(  ati  4R  100  W"NK���,���  70 , 147  4(1     (11  NH' '  170 anr  , lit 4(1  171. !I��1  11) 11  7i7 12  1 Ii  jqiui Falls 174- iion  Philips Arm ��� ���  -I'ojM-MoUon-aa'���OB-  ,1'urt,'Ni|v,     ,4,  1'.   lUvor      UI14  liol'ugo (Jovo  a  Hlvoru 111,     10  0 ��� Mul), Oreo).   Mil  1)0 ������  I)  114  ID  II  11*1)  '>!_  137  ia  U4  13  71)  ,1  \'A  41  HalKM-y Hay 10  Hnvury lit, <1  Hnoholl' 41!Y  Hlinouu Day l!t  -HmlllHnlol"���I���  ti\, llontiii.k 11  Houth'vlow     "ill  Biiiiwi.iui*"' an  tthwu't In, 14  Kulllvan Day I)  "TlMU'To"ATI^wr  -10  1411  Woslvlow DID  WUdwoorl 1507  WH11011. Ck, 141  lloup,' Cillj;' ���  llunp,  1MI,    ���  11  aoa  11  11  MID  ill  I  una  in  411  ��� ft  ���III-  1  110  iao  T>  Mil'  11  oa ,r/'i  ���la  ai  :ki  7  r>  u  a  0  i)  4  477  V.  i>  NH  a7  air  a  a  0  171)  .  ������ on ���  a  401)  1a  14  ���m 1  no  1  ���1 an  ft  tradlllonal Hinuar lautlcH launched against;  tho ndp.   ' "- 7";:""  llarroll slated In Vancouver that, llio  Social .Credit government "helped D.C,  materially but noglodlod the pooplo'sod-.  ��lly",   lio  added,   "Thoy  Just  ran  out  steam,"  111'Kelowutt, l'romlor W, A, O, Hon-  nott -In foncerllnglb.'; crushing-dol'oat of-  hin Social Credit HovornniiiiU1,ntatod that,  NOP lumliM' Dnrroll Would find D,C, ,"lu  woiulorl'ul  llnanclal  nlmpo",,, ,,.,, .....,.,  Tluiughiplu) poi'fiouHlly woii handily In  hln own elding, lii'iiiiotl, said lio had "no  rpurolM11   al'Uir   lining   In   ul'l'lco   I'or   ai)  'I    yiiai'f.," Tlio grand old warrior of D,C,  H'A * puHHCtr at ��� 7a - added' ^Thai's ' groat, rne-  I)    ore! In llholl'1' ami "1 hold no ill-will lo-.  -wfti'il-iihyuiio*-.  7(1  a  -A...  1  11a'  ~,\  na,  a  ���*Tohn-lnlet  Vananda  Ih ������ MMfKiil4f4ti^ruitt^u  ����l*V��li)_*W_-��|-��  1011     1(1  11111   ilia  aoa <4i  ,71     411  1111  aw  1a  ft  in ioa  771 laaa  r/a 400  1411   14(1  la  .17  In  M)  aa  au  :in4  mi  ' :ii.  a  14  (unofficial)  1   Toh\l naiu)f)ii��4 iair> 41171) vim) 1704  T, uil vot��a 'i'HIV ttUUl l*i(17 unknown  h'dtho runt of lho f_oularCrodllnrH by  tho NDP |>U 4,^ 7^an-(lovastatln'g as somu   .  iif l'l'iimlor Bcmvril'r'Htalwart mlnlatorri"  such" aft 1-amlti ,and Forortlti MhilHtor Hay  '  VVUllMton,    Atlornoy-Clonural    Peterson;  it!lirtQr^tnwr*P0prtfotto^���MncCnrthyp-'���  Munlclp��l*Al'fuU'M��--Mlnlslor--*��Cumpboll;7  Wolf^ro Mh)l/tt<-i'    Oaglai'dl; ��� Education  MliilHtnr   BrothDi'H. , ,  Two. Hoolnl. Credit   miulalorii���-Mlnoii   .  Mlhliilor I'Vank Ulclilor arid Luliinr Ml,u- (  Inter .lainnn Clialiot won tholr neidHi Wllh '  tlio dlsnolutlon of legltilatui'o latit, month,  Kiiolal   Cirdll   hold   .HI  tumls,  llio   NDP  twelve, the l.lbuiuls flVu, und tho Con-  (.orvullvon two, -,-���><>���  >����S*IW3*Wj*a*$J|��*W'MWi^l����!��^  ^t^gg^aM^itKWaW-r^BaWeelM^pw.  t 'gfyiWF^'^' *vm_ "'M''v f-^m  \  nadian route, clocking up 10,000 miles.  They   drove  2,000  miles  around  Nova  Scotiti   a&A* Mr. vL,vnds  saw. more  nf   his  of  a  syndicate  who each  paid  island   will   ho  Survivors  They haven't quite been shipwrecked and survivors badges from their in-  .;yet.  but they are  survivors of the structor are from left: Lance Parish,  water  safety   course   sponsored   by Mary  Connor,   Louise  Murphy  and  Halfmoon  Bay  Recreation  Associa- Elsie Kingston,  tion. Receiving water safety badges  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  -by Mary Tinkley  HALFMOON Bay's swimming classes-  wound up wiih a bench parly al Cooper's Beach, Redrooffs last Saturday,  when students received Ihe following  awards from the swimming teacher, Suzanne I.vanetz. after a very happy and  successful season.  Bobbers, receiving a one-star fish  a w a r d were Margaret Connor, Mark  Zuidema,  Billy  Trousdell and  Tina  Han-  \^ono , MARINA  MARINEWAYS  BOATS TO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Sales and Service  'MERC  CRUISER'  Sales and Service  2 Mechanics On Duty  Monday to Saturday  Madeira  Park, B.C.   883-2248   sen. Only one floater, Tyler Parish, was  present to receive the two-star fish  award. Successful floaters not present  were -Roger and Raymond Belanger and  Truman   Van  Egmond.  Beginners who received awards for  jumping into deep water, treading water  and swimming 15 feet, were Carrie  TrousdeLl and Sonja Jorgensen. Awards  in the junior class for swimming, diving  and mputh-to-mouth resuscitation went to  Fredoy Hansen, Sherry' Jorgensen and  Rob Zuidema.  Elsie Kingston, Mary Connor; Louise  Murphy and Lance Parish received  awards for passing their survival test  which proved their ability to meet disaster such as being thrown out. of a  boat.  In lhe intermediate class, only Sheila  Murphy was present lo accept her award.  Sandra Jorgensen also passed lhe test  which included a 75 yard swim ancl a  life saving award.  Adults receiving awards were Judy  Parish ancl Anne Hansen. Mrs. Hansen  who was a beginner, made greater advancement  than   any  other student.  The swimming classes and the beach  party were sponsored by the Halfmoon  Bay Recreation Commission which had  also installed the float which had been  well used and received high praise for  its design and workmanship. Kept busy  ser-v-ing���foot���d-ogs and���ice- -cream ^were-  Peggy    Connor,   J e a i   Trousdell,   Lynn  Jorgensen, Judy Parish and Sheila Murphy.  "AT  HOME"  The old world atmosphere of a log  cabin and a broad verandah giving a  sweeping view of Halfmoon Bay in the  evening sunlight, made the perfect setting for the Bill 'Dolmage's "At Home"  last Saturday when guests came from  far  and   near.  There were many happy reunions with  groups here and I here of former Lord  Byng students comparing notes of young  er days, There were other groups of  men whose life and love had been the  sea and here the talk was. of ships and  gales, of tides-and anchors, C!nests served  "themselves from long tables sel with de-  Iif*h1ful  smorgasbord  dishes.  PASSING  The death of Hilton Tait on August  21st, as announced in the Sechelt column  of last week's Times, brings to a close  yet another page in the history of Halfmoon Bay.  Mr. Tait and . his wife Blanch were  residents of Halfmooon Bay for 25 years  and his daughter Orma was a well-loved  resident while she worked with her husband Tom Beasley in running the Halfmoon   Bay   store   for   12   years.  Orma Beasley died in 1950 but her  sons.. Bill and David Beasley and her  daughter Blanch (Mrs. Jim Van Tol) were  all in Vancouver for the funeral of their  grandfather.  REUNION  Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lynds have returned from a two month's trip to Nova  Scotia where Mr. Lynds was born. This  was his first - return alter an absence  of 35 years. _  In   Toronto  he  picked   up  one  of his  brothers and they drove to Nova Scotia  for   a   grand   reunion   with   three   other  -brothersT-Th^-Lynds^ravetted-ease-south"  of  the  border and  returned by  the  Ca-  homeland   than   he  ever   saw   before   he,  irfi   there  a'-,  a  young  map'of   2()7  ^p'hile here we were enjoying glorious '  ������.lriimer weather, the  Lynds experienced  i great deal of-rain, particularly  in Ontario. During .their absence, Mr. and Mrs.  Kenneth   Lines stayed at   Lynds' den.  TRAVELLERS x  Two other returning travellers who  crammed a great d'eal into a short time  vere Mrs. Janet Allen and Mrs. Mary  Tinkley who were guests of Mrs. Olga  Hynek at Cortez Bay. They paid a,visit  io nearby Hernando Island which is x  lamed after Hernando Cortez, the con-  iiis;ror of Mexico. They travelled to the  ��� land by Harry Hatch's trailer and were '  ���������-ue-.is of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Landsvik,  caretakers, of .the Island, at their home in  r.tagg  Bay.  After belonging to a Cjerman prince  and then an American syndicate, the -2450  acre island has recently changed hands  and is now the property  of 55, mainly Canadians  $27,000  fpr a  share.  It is agreed that the  preserved in its natural state,and string-'  ent rules have been drawn up to bar cars,  airstrips, guns or anything which might  destroy the environment. Buildings may  not be painted but must blend with the  surrounding landscape. Plans include a  wildlife refuge for the island's colonies  of deer, eagles and seals.  One of the people surprised at the  amount of money involved is Canon Alan  Greene who, many years ago was offered  Tongue Point at the western end of  Stagg Bay for $1,000, but-after all, those  were the days when $1,000 was worth  $ 1.000.  Mrs. Allen ancl Mrs. Tinkley returned  ho'me by way of Vancouver Island, cross-  in;; by two ferries and Quadra Island to  Campbell River and ' driving "With ' MrsT  llynek down the Island Highway as far  as Victoria. On the way they were guests,  at Ben Negrin's dairy farm at Lant/.ville  which was chosen as the location for  Farm Field Day, when farmers from all  parts, of the island met to hear experts  on electrical distribution, fertilizers and  farm equipment.  Ben Negrin sends greetings to the  Red Robinson and Rodway families and  all his other friends on the Sunshine  Coast.  From "Nanaimo our two travellers  flew to Porpoise Bay by Tyee, a flight  which took eight minutes, a remarkable  contrast to the four or five hour journey  hy  road  and  ferry.  '    xN :  and' ^thinking   a   little   wistfully   of   the  gaiety   and. laugh/tec  of  the   past   weeks.\  One   ���prandmolhcr   who     is   finding   lyr  hou'"e  lonesome-quiet \. Mrs. Eva Lyons, ,  .who,   witfT  her   sob   Richard   Laird,   took.  i^hpr 'grandchildren, to Vancouver last week  and put them on the ftain to Montreal.  The children will travel alone, with 15  year old  Neville  in command.  Another grandmother whose house  must .seem quiet is Mrs. Hugh Duff Whose  grandchildren Stephanie, Perri and Moran, have returned to Calgary with their  parents Gerald and Hazel Berthelet.  Irene Evan and David Burrows kept  things lively for their grandmother, Mrs.  Jack Burrows, while their father Jim  Burrows was the; guest of his sister, Mrs.  Mary   Kingston.  Two visitors from Northern Ireland in  Halfmoon Bay recently were Miss Annie '  .Lyons of Market Hill., Co. Armagh and  Mrs. Amy Haire of Portadown. They visited Mrs. Eva Lyons and Mr. and Mrs.  ���Jack Morgan. Miss Lyons is a sister of  the late, Frank Lyons.  n'       '      "���     V . V  Page A-i- The l^ninsula Times  Wednesday, September 6, 1972  3u_A j  RENT THE EliOTRIC  EEL        j  OPEN"��t0G(_.ED SEWERS,  DRAINS,  ETC. 7 \  SUNSHINE  RENTALS  LTD. i  Davis Boy \      * 885-2848  JMJWgtftflWW-PlWW-WW-PWlfMIWHaw^ I  m  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance-of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BRtllM LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours?  ERVBN BENNER WISHES TO ANNOUNCE  HIS NEW BACKHOE SERVICE  ON THE PENINSULA . ......  SEPTIC TANKS AND DRAINFIELDS  CLEARING AND LANDSCAPING - DITCHES  WELLS - PREPARING FOR FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  IN BRIEF  Elsie. Kingston is home after undergoing a tonsileciomy in St. Mary's Hospital.  With lhe re-opening of schools today,  n.ilfmoon Bay has -settled into its usual  autumnal quiet except for the highway  traffic which still pours through.the Redrooffs   Road.  Grandmothers are busy cleaning house  FILL, TOPS01L & GRAVEL AVAILABLE  '<-*t&  _��� *���*  i*V  %���-  jai*-_BP_fc   _  _v*r  **!&  ���   rirv^-  ���������-i,*'fi> ���--���-�������-������.��*���*���.�����*������'i.  ERVIN'S LANDSCAPING  Sechelt  Phone 885-9480  ft  feeaingsmug  , , At a credit union, there's a lot of sptisfactiori in .knowing you're getting the  l^est available Interest rates on your savings. Right now, credit unions are paying  >��. Go ahead I Move your savings to hjgher earnings at a credit union Qnd get that  nice wqrm feeling when you see that monthly Interest piling up,  i feeling when you:  JfejmjyJiurmn,^  piling up,  Wfilp^WWW^WIW^lWwm  keepyour interest high at your  ,*���-..-.���.*, __**iH ftBli%6'*#> i ���j_____i_0*k___i  ��*** ruEKwnrunion  ]4www^%Wm(��t*iv4M^^*iP����l  TO*ji*<*��|tfo,**m*^��^t^^ **.  s_i  t~F*  <���"! 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The Peninsula Times ft%4 _^S  Wednesday, September 6,.197-2  \ . ���. *   ������ ������i ���,  '\  fcison  a coanm,unity of over 10^000 people.  KWAHTAlIMOSSN Film Society com- \ showings down to $1.50 per person. Sure-  men ces the 1972-1973 season -with the- -ly\-fa'iis is-not too much to hope for in  general meeting to\be held on Sunday,  September 10 at 2 p.m. in the TvO-ilig-ht  Theatre, Gibsons. Officers will be elected  at thi7 meeting, and members will be  invited to choose their own particular  favourite' films for Tuesday evening  screenings at the Twilight Theatre, and  to discuss any aspects of the Society's  'opeVuiimis. After the business portion of  the- meeting; there will be an interlude  of".eiei lions for classical guitar to be  -placed "tsy���Glarke-S-teabner-foHowe-d���by_  thi; short film "Two Men \and a Ward-  robe"  directed   by. Polanski.  It 7-. hoped that the nominal member-  shij. fees  ($2  per person, $1' for old-age  It has been a summer of-fun in  the water while youngsters also  learned the first water-safety rules,  taught in such an engaging manner  Beginners  by swim instructor Suzanne Evanetz.  Receiving, badges at the season end,  are bobbers, floaters and beginners:  Sonja Jorgensen; Margaret Connor,  Tina Hansen, Tyler Parish, Billy  Trousdell, Stephanie'. Murphy and  Carrie Trousdell. '  Juniors  Well'on "the way to being good swim-    cessfully  passed    the junior  swim    outdoors, swimming' students wound  mers are, Sherry Jorgensen, Freddy    tes^ts, including diving and resuscita-  Hansen and Rob Zuidema who sue-    tion.  All bronzed 'from a  summer  up the summer with a beach party  at Cooper's Green  +����K*jJ  pensioners and students) with ��� subscription', paid only for those films seen, to- .  gel her with the Tuesday^avening play  dates will encourage many more people  to join the Society. Several leople found  last season's Sunday afterndfon showings  inconvenient .because of family commitments, and others found that $10 (last  year's subscriptoin for a couple) was rather a lot to put out all at once. Provided that there is sufficient membership  support, the Society will screen films  every Tuesday. Enquiries have been received and have been made about a larger  variety of films, and it is hoped that  (here will be additions to the list arising  out. of   the   general   meeting.  -  Some people seem to be quite content  to watch motion pictures on television,  ami indeed there iia.ye been many very  fine films shown in this medium. At its  best; however, the motion picture on  television leaves much to ' be desired  when compared to the film in its natural  surrounding���the cinema. Even with the  largest colour screen (is the best colour-  television yet equal to cinematographic  colour?) and without the butchery, of  merciless cuts and nagging commercial  interruptions, the motion picture is designed to be larger than life, not smaller. The impact of a scene such as, for  example, that on the Odessa steps in  "The Battleship Potemkin" is immeasurably diminishedwhen seen less tharv one  hiindredtn_x_f  thf__jdze_-inlended.���~"  In a letter written to the Society by  Mrs: Eva Schbemaker, president of the  Canadian Federation of Film Societies,  she expressed amazement at the facilities  being made available lo a small, rural  film society. All others'to her knowledge  with the exception of Canada's largest  film society (Calgary) are restricted to  16 mm. format, and all are usually confined to primitive screening conditions;  projectors whirring in one's ear, the  - notorious acoustics of church halls and  so forth. None have evening screenings  with cinema facilities.  The possibility exists, therefore, for  the development of the Kwahtahmoss  Film Society. The facilities are found,  the resources are present in the commu-  _ -nity. All that is needed is the support  of the community in an area where there  is a dearth of cultural opportunity. An  average attendance slightly over 100  people,per showing would be sufficient  to keep the Society financially viable and  ke'ep   the  cost   of  the  Tuesday   evening  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your ac.'verti-tog in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way tc  reach moie Sunshine Coasr\ people because  Times ads \ go into more homes than any  -ather-~newspa(?er_��rodueed   in   this   area.  e Times  B85-9654 (Setfielt)        886-2121 (Gibsons)  Arlnltc  Appreciation was mutual   between where cyeryono had a fine time, aro. Judy Parish, .Suvflanne Ev'anotz  parents ancl swimming instructor at winding up a successful   summer, and Jean Trousdell.  Halfmoon Bay and "the happy rela- Adults dflso took to the water and ������'��������� : ���   1'ion.ship ended with beach   party picked up a few awa'rds. From left,  i ,i, i  Ufe-Saver  'Iritbnficcllwto' Rod Cross swimming-  nwnrtlwinner Sheila Murphy (shares  ^IJoka^wlUwJaVi^  'ISvanctz. hnvJnK tP muko-uo with a  twostnl' fish award unlOor propov  badge, arrlvos, Besides passing tho  intormodlato,iosUSheila also has.a ,  life-saving award which makes her,  n handy person to hnvo on tho bench  during tho summer,  '���B.C. grown vogelnbUm nro tho onirllost  rofldy, for nwket.ln Iho whole ot Cnnndn,  NOTICE  ^tt9rafH*^_*^mfr9iimpi^ti^J��Mm��>>m  Ppndqr Harbour - Ejjjmont Area  .Far Inturanco of all kinds  >f Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  , .      883-27*4 (&4 hours)    ,  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD    p i . p '  ��� This free romlndor of comlna ovonts Is q service of SECHELT AGENCIES  l,TP, Phono Ponlnsitla Times dlrocf for free llstlnfls, specifying "Pato  Pad)", Ploqso nolo iligt snaco Is llmllocl and somo atlvanco <ldlps may  havo to wait, tholr turn; also, that this la'a ''reminder'' llatlnos oply ami  "' '������'"      cannot qlways carry full c|otalls7 *  IMlnM.||.|  l|  l.il.MMl  ",SQpl',"6-^9!30fo,m,r,Tab^Off; Lacllos Rqck To. School Golf Tottrntimont;  Sopt, 6���.8 p,rn, Sl\ Hilda's Hall, Socholt, Garden Club Mtrotlnrj.  p--pw��Sopt'r^6''����B��pimi^Q^holt'^l��cfllonwhlolli^Blnfl  Sept-, 7���8 p,nv Ponder Harbour Community Hall, Bingo,  Sopt, 'fl-^-7 p.m. Primitive Art Dlspiciy. St. Hilda's Hall, Socholt.  '*Sopr, 'B���8 "p.m. Secholt Indian Vllldpo Hall, Bingo.  Sopt; 9~7'froiTi 9 p.m.' Socholt- '.colon Hall, Darico wllh Nulonos,   '  St'pt, 10���2 p.m. Twlllflht Theatre Gibsons, Kwahtahmons Film Society  Mootlna and election ol  odlcorn, ���>  _S'opt, J 6���f roni J 0,n,iT),���Rnisliyvoo(l ,FormJ.G|baon,J,. Homo. Show, ^,  Sept,  20���7;30 >,rn,   Suinhlno School  GHinnnn.  Socholt  oru|  Dlnlrlct  I       Retarded Children's A.wii ��� Mooflnq.   ���'  Sopt,   20��� 1 ?.130   p,m,   S.C,   Goll   J3,   Country   Club,   Uarl|on  Annual  Kunchoon an. 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Phone  885-9655  after 4 p.m. 308-42  ''iwu��w^9nu��uM9^wmrvwmammi9nv^����mmt��0mmm9mmmmmmmaum0mmmmimiim94mi>mm��m9S  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River Ne\ys Town Crier'  Sechelt Times Ltd.  \    at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  v\  111  \  Member, Audit Bureaa  of Circulations  March 31,  1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rat^s:  3-Line Ad-Briefs i\ 2 words)  Ond Insertion $1   10  Three   Insertions    ......$2.20  Extra  lines (4 words)   - 30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Bripts)  Box  Numbers   .. 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is., added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage ant. Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  and 30c per line after that. 4  words per line.  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Advertising   is  merely an  offer to  sell,  and   may   be   withdrawn   at   any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising    is   accepted   on   the  condition   that,    in   the   event   of  typographical   error,   thot   portion  of   the, advertising  space  occupied  by   the   erroneous   item,   together  with reasonable allowance for signature,   will   not   be   charged   for,  ' but   Ihe  balance of   the advertisement   will  be paid  for at  the applicable rate.  , A composition charge is made for  advertising  accepted and put into  ^production,   but   cancelled   beforfl  publication.  Change from original  copy when  proof  is submitted  to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly    rate    for    the    additional  work.  PERSONAL (Continued)  ALCOHOLICS^ Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays, Wilson  Creek  Community   HsUl.   Ph.   885-9327. '  8657-tfnx  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-9568,  886-2078.       168-tfn  Finish High School gt Home  Canada's  Leading   School  FREE BROCHURE  National   College  444   Robson,   Vancouver  688-4913  SQUARE dancing- is fun. For  those interested in learning  the basic steps, a 10-week  course will start approx. mid-  September. For further information, contact Pat or Jack  Whitaker   at   885-2438.  300-41  REAL ESTATE  PENDER Harbour waterfront  ' lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 or  -write  box  708,  Gibsons.  WATERFRONT gem���A gleaming white rancher nestling  in a 213x100 parklike setting  overlooking the water at lovely Gower Point. See the charming LR with FP, plus'2 bedrooms and den .with picture  windows, also 21x12 immaculate kitchen and large utility.  Fridge, washer, dryer, deep  freeze, dish washer, go at the  amazing price of $39,500.  (There's a large insulated hobby shed and carport too). Exclusive listing, Mrs. Fletcher  683-8411 or messages 886-9567.  Bell Irving Realty Ltd., 1199  Wesl Pender, Vancouver. .  - 908-41  GIBSONS���House  for sale  by  owner; 3 years old; 2 bdrms.  FP $18,500.   Phone  886-2709.  291-42   >,   LOVELY ocean   view  lot, Gower Point. Cleared for building.   Selective   trees   rear.   73'  x206'. 886-7329 Or 112-298-2359.  90.1-41  TWO five acre blocks, elevat-  1 ed property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula   Times,   Sechelt.  333-tfn  PARTLY furnished, semi-waterfront, "Hopkins Landing,  .. V_ ' bathrooms, 3 ��� bedrooms.  Available Sept. 1 to Jung-30.  $165 month. 8*86-7869 or 112-  922-5347. - 301-tfn  NEW   2   bedroom    atpartment,  furnished,     Madeira     Park.  Ph. 883-2240. -     304-41  SECHELT   Village   ���   2   bedroom   house   for   rent,   $125.  Avai'able  immediately.  Phone  885-9011. 360-41  ROOMS, $75  October    1  Garden Bay.  per month, from  Sunshine    Inn,  Ph.   88-3-2512..  330-42  ROOM AND BOARD  ROOM   and   board    available  for   2   elderly   people,   some  nursing.   West   Sechelt7 Write  Box  502, Sechelt, B.C.    312-42  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,   adding   machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  FURNACE .installations    and  burner    service.    Free    estimates.  Ph. 886-7111. 36-tfn  FOR RENT  8202-tfn  ROOMS, $75 per month,  from  October   1st;   board  also  available.   .Sunshine   Inn,   G-cden-  "Bay.   Phone  883-2512.  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  - limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  TEACHER'S ^'Side   for     Sunshine School, Gibsons. Some  experience-helpful. 886.-2049.  3^41  CHAMBERMAIDS  'and   waitresses   wanted   full .or   part  lime. Live in  or out.  Call  the  .Lilly   Roger   Inn   885-9998.  179-tfn  PART-TIME   laborers   wanted  for   concrete     work, ^hone  Morrie's   Concrete   885-9413.  340-41  WOMAN wanted every 2'days  to   help  pensioner   in   Selma  I';.rk     with    housework     and  :::eals.  Call  885-2205.       365-42  CARS & TRUCKS  AVAILABLE" end September,  196-6 Chevelle Malibu, V8,  auip. trans, everything in per-  l.rt condition. Sacrifice $1,000.  Phone 885-9654. 371-tfn  (jl COMET 6, auto., 4 dr.> ra-  dio,   heater.   Priced   to   sell.  SI85.   Phone 885-9534.  368-41  1969 CAMARRO S/S 350 convertible for sale. Phone 886-  2373 eves. 268-41  1965 FORD 352  V8.  Excellent  mechanical.  886-7729.     .  8220-42  1955  PONTIAC  for sale.  Also  boat    cook   stove,   propane.  885-9054. 367-41  1968 FARGO A100 white van;  32,000 miles; one owner; all  now rubber. Al condition. Ph.  John Malcolm. 885-2037.   LOT  West Sechelt  Cleared   -   Ready   to  $$4500   firm.  H.  B. GORDON  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 123, Sechelt  Phone 885-2013  build  38  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  ...   is  pleased   to  sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  parent-.  CARDS OF THANKS  "TIIK   l..(M(l   has   nrx'1-ftly   Mossed us luloly, mid wo would  lilu.   to  sharo   11   wllh   you'"--  ���Our-,,Ki,nlitVido-~l<>i,-v.aii'���kind���  ness, 359-11.  IH MEMORIAM  VIEW lot in West Sechelt, 60'x  158'.     Water,     power     and  phone.   $4500.   Phone   885-2087.  285-41  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some vie,w, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times,  Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  WATERFRONT lot for sale in  Gibsons.  Phone  886-2009.  281-41  GIBSONS: Quality family  home on lge-. view lot. 4  bedrooms. spacious living  room features stone fireplace  and view windows. Dining  room, lge. family room. Corn-  pad kitchen. Utility. Double  plumbing. Attached carport.  Fruit trees and garden area.  Easy   terms,  on   $29,900.  A real handyman's special on  lge. view lot. 4 bdrms., 3 up,  1 clown. Living room, and  family .size kitchen, pantry. 3  pec. bath, screened porch, Unfinished basement area. Only  $11,000   full   price.  . Howe Sound view from this  Georgia Heights lot. Only  $0,600.  RETIRING?    Be   sure   lo   see  ..,; ,7this .(-harming   4,  i;uunv,..cpl-.,,.  lag   (in   view   lot,   convenient  location.   Priced   right' at  only  $ 17,000   wit h  some   lerniis.  Enjoy "Top of llio world" loa-  luros, Charming all cedar,  modern post and beam collage,   2   bdrms.,   comb.   Ilving-  ��... il i i \l n a -,.i'.w.u n.) < ...wm PARLp MLS.L,  (H'lric   kitchen   with   adjoining  utility.     Wrap-around     clock,  .... l.;k,'lo|j' drive, to,,tilnglii ..cur  uarugo.  375-42  -^URNISHED^ ���-���_-bdrm���WE..  home     at     Halfmoon     Bay,  Sept.  to July,  $10   per  mo-nth.  References  please.   Phohe  885-  9534, 369-41  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  4 BDRM. house, for rent, waterfront, large lot, Madeira  Park area, references required. Full year lease. Ph. 112-  682-4704,   Mr.   Kro'll.       336-41  FOR RENT: Davis Bay- water-'  front, two bedroom house.  Available Sept. 1st. References required, annual lease for  suitable tenants. Preferably no  children or animals, $175 per  month. Ph. 885-9469.      222-tfn  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  ���350-tfn  15' Chris Craft Cathedral with  50  hp -electV outboard  $J195  5   cu.   ft., refrigerator,   demo.  11.0" vol^ .    ....'...  $99  .  22'   Art-Craft,   Oldsmobile   powered- to'o  5V_  hp Gale  outboard        $120  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender  Harbour  Phone 883-^266  13'      ENTERPRISE      sailboat,  complete    ^vith    trailer.    A  very  fctst,  exciting  boat,  $600.  Phone   886-7295. 245-41  BETH MORRIS  YACHT XSALES LTD.  617  Bidwell Ave.  Large selectipn of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  ' Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  Box  374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424 ^  8173-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  2    BEDROOM    mobile    home  for  sale.   $2,150.   Phone   885-  ' 2342 or 885-9970. 356-41  MOBILE    home,    8'x35,'    this  neat compact home in good  condition.      CSA     approved,  newly  painted,  complete  with,  stove,  fridge  and  other  furni-  BB5^  HELP WANTED  19(56 INTERNATIONAL % ton  with   canopy.   $750.   cash   or  near  lure.  9369  -TP"  eves.  $2,700.   Phone  362-41  offer.  Ph.  886-2919.  298-tfn  FALLER���year round work if.  suitable. J. ,T. Nygard, Halfmoon  Bay.   Phone  885-9376  or  885-9864. 374-41  MATURE    babysitter    needed  in    Selma    Park,    part-time.  Phone 885-2136. 351-43  19(5(5    CHEV.'station     wagon,  $595., Ph.   885-9305   or   885-  2464. 339-41  ���(57   OLDS  Cutlass,   2   dr.   HT,  maroon, PS, PB. Completely  overhauled,    $1,650.    Ph.    385-  9872. 321-42  UNFURNISHED     1     bedroom  suite.   Adults  only.  No dogs  please. Phone 885-9970.  355-41  1   BEDROOM  basement  suite,  semi-furnished,   private   entrance. $110 month. Phone 885-  9044. 316-42  FREE RENT��� furnished one  bdrm suite on Pender Harbour waterfront, in return for  winter caretaking. Prefer retired couple with references.  Write Box 358, c-o Peninsula  Times,  Box 310,  Sechelt;  B.C.  358-43  Fleetwood Logging,Co. Ltd.  LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT  1   Hook Tender  2  Grade Shovel  Operators  3  Logging Truck  Drivers  Transportation daily f rom  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435, after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw. 41  HELP���I am a fast growing  business and need^_heIp_TXL  you have leadership ability  and would like to earn exlia  money, phone me for an interview. Mr. T. Sinclair, ph.  885-9327. Write Box 294, Sechelt,   B.C. 338-43  1972   DATSUN  10,500    miles.  color.    885-9978  pickup   truck.  Radio,   white  after   6   p.m.  352-41  BOATS & ENGINES  CABIN cruiser 19 ft lap-strake  hull,   110   h.p.   inboard/outboard   Volvo.     Perfect     cond.  $2,200  cash.  Ph.   886-2718.  347-43  20 FOOT cruiser, 90 HP Johnson.     First     $1800     takes.  Terms or smaller trade. See at  Tillicum  Bay Marina.    226-tfn  1   BEDROOM  trailer for  sale,  8'x28\  $1,600  full  price.   Ph.  886-2647. 256-41  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  GROCERY-  CONFECTIONERY  FOR SALE  Well    established    good    year  round business. Waterfront  property.  Contact Village Store  Gibsons ��� 886-7460  904-40  LOST  LOST near Gibsons, Thursday  Aug. 24, near animal clinic, 4 year old female cat. Grey,  white face, chest and paws. If  seen please call her W. Sechelt   home,   885-2832. 363-41  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C.' ;  'y-"��� ~������.,","if886-2481"  IN  MKMOIIY  who   pasmul  her   II,   11171.  Mon.u a your",  of Fred McNutl  away   Soplom-  "A   I'rlund   now  .-��� ���Mii.'.'ory;,  .,...���..' , 7370-41.  PERSONAL  " WISH,^{r''c6'i7l'n'ot',',L(iUor''''D'ny  SulntH momboi'H, Phono 885-  8171" or ll'lO-aiMO, 8780-tfn  K.  ALL  V.  BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  TYPES   INSURANCE  UlbHoiiH. D.C, .. ,  Phono mio-aooo  'WILSON CREEK. IVi acres on'highway with 2 Br.  mobile home installed. $15,000.  CHASTER ROAD. Over 4 acres, half cleared and in  ->-grasspbalance**beautifuhtreesrLevel-land;- two-road-  frontage, framed house. Lots of potential. Asking  -$30,000.-'  ���������.../���... .������.���<.......,..������.��� ���..������.-������.������.���   ,....���.....��� ....  REAL ESTATE  Box 769,  SECHELT, B.C7  .ESTATES LTD..,..,.,.. 885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR  CHOICE WATERFRONT,  VIEW   LOTS  OR  ACREAGE���CALL    LEN    &    SUZANNE    VAN  EGMQND���Local 885-2241 or Direct from  Vancouver MU5-5544.  WATERFRONT���WEST SECHELT  Nicely troocl  lot.  Lon  or Suzanne  First time offered, only  $12,500,00,  Call  now  Van  Egmond   885-2241   or  Direct   MU5-5544.  SELMA PARK  Bedroom homo,   1380 sq,  MEMBER  MULTiPLli.' LISTING'      '  ..,. SIMWICB  010-41  JOHN BREEN LID   Real Estate & In&uranco  TeTicloT^lrlc^b~aTJr^  I, HAVE 2 CLIENTS���1 Iqoklng.,lor ,WalQii,ron!,  Acrqagotr^J,,v.|ogklng,-.(or,.,.arWal.or.('ront  Lo|.,t El(|;iqrM  ono wllh or without houso.okay���If you can fulfill  ono or both requirements, PLEASE PHONE,  '���"'ACRKAGE-^ApproKr^^acres-on^Hlghway-'IOIrwIth"  ���������   -,       '     ���bOO,'.oi7fTontqoQ,".fiPr$'i5<900.  HIDI'AWAY- <K) eicroa of "naluial Imi.hluml������ oqunl  ., .diulumu bulwuun 3 .lukot,, SaUuu'ud und prlvulo, Jutit,  :,     H.2b,U00 (7,1-*,  _ 7...7.7.  HOLDING PROPERTY PAR EXCELLENCE. Ovor A  acros, roads or allowances on three sides, levol, some  clearing, nice trees. Situated between Rosamund aroa  anc) village,,bounclaxy.:$8500,00 F.P.        ";..,,;.". ,., ,,  SARGENT ROAD, 3 Bdrm, extra largo house with 2  Bdrm7self"cpntpined suite downstairs, Here Is your  chance to own & rent.  F.P. $32,000. Some terms.  ''5L'MT.WATi:WM^ aboil' loc-  ' boach. FP $7,000 wllh Vx down.    '  ,boach; '/50' on highway,-Ideal for Marina,' Hotel-Mo-  ��tel*��r��whQt*havQ*yQu��wOj>'dGa^^  PENDl-R HARBOUR MARINA���Good teUsl'ndw.proposition v/lih wlnlor IncornorOwnar' requires chan&o,  ,     '.'Just $SQ,0Q0 HP will), WOpQ dawn,' v '  WATERFRONT. Georgia Bluff In Gibsons wllh its  'panoramic v(dwOf Howe Sound, 3 Bdrrh, h'ow 'homo','  two levels, with secluded blacktop courtyarcl entrance  SaolnglsbollQvIng at.$48/500.w|th,$15,000 clown,   GIBSONS VILLAGE, School Road, whoro tho apart-  .11-2,500. ,�����, ,.., ��� ��� ..,.,  WATERFRONT, 50 Ft, In tho Vlllago, good moorago,'  good'Commerclal 'DaVQlopmflhtrf ;Pr$\ 1,5Qpw excellent terms of $2000 down.  Lovely modem 3 Bedroom homo, 1380 sq, |t, with a nico slono  "foaltiro wall on larrjo"landscaped lot," Stone .rotalning walls," Tlio  mo.t OUTSTANDING vlow, Only a couple block, to boach,  Workshop I'4x1 A. Asking only $29,900. Call Lon pr Suzanne  Van  Egmond  885-2241   or  Direct   from  Vancouver  MU5-55-44,,,  --------������WATERFRONTrHAt:FMOONrtBAY*-,-~------  1 acra landscaped grounds; largo, oldor. woll mqlntalnad houso.  Waterfront is-flat xind' lovol, Small floqt,boacl shod and 2 car  garago.   F.P,   $42,500,  Call  Stan  Andorson,  days  885-2241   or  ovos, 885-2385.  DAVIS BAY  ROBERTS CREEK, Sbrnl Wotorfrorif Lois on Metcalfe  Rd, All serviced ready tQ'go7F.P7  ��r*   I Ni:i;P LISTINGS ������     ,.  Call Jul iii Proeli ul' 883-2794: (24 lioufb) ���  M$pm  X  CLOSE TO GIBSONS, Atf good ai. now 2 Uailmum  homo on largo Iol, Largo ullllly uiul room lor unollioi  ������badroo'n, W^W'-airpals.-M.-T. driveway, ���'|'22;V0Q"ol'i  Icit. or cuiih or, Iv'rms,   SLlMfi* PXufc  1  yrTolcl' iqvoly feme, 2 Uotlrooin!.',  iiWorlstihpp-��rHl-airportt-,WyiWT.caipo  Flroplaco, cancra'lo drlyuway, C|o���o lo Sechelt c/nd  7ocoan,$17y500, .        :1,7��� .,,,,'.. 77��� ���   _.     '   ������    .    .  "'Rotlromont'homo on Gov't lease land, Closo to Gibsons  "*V11 lagoftrnd��beac lTr^o��y,w2-'&edrooiTi''homo-wlth"3ome"'  ��Yl^rpjrioplocopMtlllty*roomf��N|co-gqrdQn-qnd-prlYcitc*  parking, $13,000.00,, 7  , _  ��   ,  listingso^antcd'   "';���''  K. A.  Crosby y886-2098 7. J.  E. White   886-2933  I Vlwor B85-230O  Hlohwoy  location,  acrpss  from, boach,   Lot; Is  all   landscaped, ���  Homo lips, approx, 800 sq, ft, wllh lull basement, F.P, $29,900,'  Call Stan Anclorson, days 885-2241 or ovos,' 885-2305.  WEST SECHELT  ,i      , ,.    ���      I.' '   . , .     ,     ,  Serviced Iol, cornqr location, 83 fl, highway fronlano, Ono block  to1 apod boach,  Somo troos, mostly Clparcd; oxcollonl soil,  F1,.".  $5950,00, Call Stan Anderson, days 885-22^1 or ovos,  ...... .,���,.���..... .............885.2385,..:,.,,.,,,., ,.,;    .... ....,,,.., .7,,  GOLF COURSE LOCATION  10,59 Acros on tho Sunshlna Coast -Highway, directly across Irani  3D Groan, Trood, Southern slopo, Wajor avail, I rom yoar round  Mroam.  F,P.  $29,500,  Call  Slan Andorson days 885.2241   or  ���^*irWf��l  f   ,      -�� BOARD HORSES           10 Lovol Acros P|ui.���42��72 comonl blocK barn, AlMinlnum hip  roof,  Slo'fngo" "for" ) 00 ton,  Gibsons aroa,  on"'" navdet * road  nnd  1 community water; F,Pi- $25,000r.Calt .Stan"Anclorson''685.2241  or ovos, 885-2385,   .0, , 1 ACRE......���   :_, 120'-FLAT*L,EVEU��WATERFRONT���;   I killm-jon l3{i|,���|gcallon-"Wel| built oldor,,homo, buaibhuil, tl car  nnrnnn. 2 hodroomii nut) room lor o��|)nni.|On, Landficnpod, F,P,  $4I-,000, Call Slan Aildmcoii ilnyu 88B.224I or ovos, 885-2385,  Nodr  wnlnr  I.W7.  Idonl  SI=LMA PARK  hodinOm honio on 'irood Ioumi lot, Aula; hool ami lint  'iMlhcimnnt lumio. I; P, $I!1,(.()0, Coll Slun Amloison  dciys BflH.224 I oravn5i'flfl!..2;3nii,  ,  '"*; ���".". ���         1  -WEST-SECWEUT-  i|iiloi  luno, Wot,(p Socholt  locvilmii,  ~     '  F7. ;       7"   or ..voh, BB5-23Q5,  Sorvlcisl ln| on 'i|iilol   luno, Wou('Socholt   locul tun,  Siiinll .cfoplv  on ioor oi |)io|Hiity, TmmJ, F,P,,'$4500,00,.Cull,Slan Ainluisuh,  dqys 885.224!  .SARGEANT-BAY-  ,,Vj^acro.Jol,~./ilcoly4���lrot<d,.���aood,,accoss,lOMlol���aioa^..,SUilabl,o���lor���  summar cotton" nr trailer���1*111 01 oa, F,P,  1>4"600,0O, Ca|| Stan  Amltirson, dnyit 81.5-2241 or ovoti, 885-2385,  '. '   ' DAVIS BAY     ,   ,        ,  Albutin Prlvo���o\cn||pnt viow nnlnrgo Botviccrl lot; ncco&i  70MUO'. 2 blocl^ In rjinrKnt nijrl d|im;t |iriii',pur|ul|on,  $7500,00; loiiiii., Cull iVI'iin AihIoim.ii. ��luyr, Hll[i-224l or    80b 2385,    '    '  4-W-  U In.  !",P,  flVOB,  MADEIRA PARK  -- ���=.: ^_t��_t99^g/^��^iSff_9S_^0j^  Spacious 4 BR ranch style home, built 1970. Electric heat, fireplace, copperrone 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.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���EGMONT      .  Over 7 acres..approx.  560' waterfront.  A good portion  is  level  and   would   be  an   excellent   location   for   a   mobile   home   park.  Paved   Maple   Road   runs  through   property.   Full   price   $50,000  with $25,000 down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view   lots on  72  lot  subdivision.   Prices  from   $3,700   to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT���$45,000  Approx. 550 ft. waterfront with nearly 10 acres of real nice land,  -fruit trees, grass and natural trees. Older house���could be made  livable. And could possibly be divided into 4 parcels.  160 ACRES  Foirly level property, numerous roads and trails throughout. No  merchantable timber, but whole property treed in young evergreens. Excellent site for development. Entry off Hwy. 101,  just a few hundred ft. north of Brooks Road���approx. Wi miles  in to property by gravel road. $70,000.  GARDEN BAY  Attractive 3   BR home, dble. plumbing, fireplace, sundeck. Very  large  basement.  Beautifully  landscaped.   $35,000.  BROOKS COVE���HALFMOON BAY  One year old, 3  BR winterized   Panabode home^���full  bathroom,  sundeck. Stove, frig, furniture, dishes,  bedding, etc. all  included.  Approx. 195 ft. waterfront. Immediate possession. $29,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  Deluxe 4 BR home in o beautiful setting���has 165 ft. lake frontage,  5.3  acres,   road  access  from  Hwy.   101,  float,   hydro.   $60,000.  *A ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  Madeira- Park���Gently  sloping,   nicely treed   lot.   $6,500  cash.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  3 BR split level on Hwy.  101���nearly 4 acres,   lBp' waterfront.  Good family home with good gardening area. Prlceq' at $32,000.  PENDER HARBOUR  Approx,  33  acres on approx.   1,800  ft.  waterfront���suitable for  possible Mobile  Home  Park.   $85,000. *"  '  BARGAIN HARBOUR  4 BR semi-furnished older home on approx. 55 ft. low waterfront  lot. $31,000,.  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive landscaped lot with fruit trees. A few  hffndrfed ft, to school, stores and marina. Washer, dryer,  range  and fridge included in price of $32,000.  MARINA S'lTE  Earl Cove-���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx, 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  l;300 ft. onHwy.lOlv Full price $75,000 with; $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acrau, nlcoly treed land with approx.  350' Choice Waiorfront. Asking $40,000.00.  ..^^EGMONTtOTS^^  GERRANS BAY  150' cholcu waiorfront on Francis Peninsula", ovor half aero, wllh  ono   room  cabin,   Walor   access  only,   $13,000.  NEAR NEW 2 BR, HOME  I.1.&4.  On approx, .% aero lovol lot near Madeira Park," Has electric  haatlno, flroplaco, -toraga aiid carport.. Full prlco $21,000.  MOB|LE7MQME:;SITES  Several lots available.  '������-������    ���' ���'            -A':-;.    ��� '-   I  . , p-^^fT-' U"  Very largo park-llko lots overlooking) Pondar Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 wllh Good torm..   '''WATERFRbrWWS''"'  75 It, ._., ��� $16,500 90 ft.  .U $18,500'  ^50itrloasa"lQt^$T2;QOQ*^^  Ruby lako���105'���$ 14,000,  >.      ��� IRVINE'S LANDING  3 BK homo on 0 laroo vlow lot OYorlooklno Loo Boy, Close to  marina ond Govt, wharf, $13,000.   ,    1. RUBY.,LAKE.COTTAGE ..,   ...  --Soml"furnishpd/^wqtorrandrhydror"t19'invarcrfrontwand*"floarr  '  ,       . $19,000. ..,   WATERFRONT-CQTTAGE  "0 fl, wilfiilmnt nn '"mneli. Ponlni.ulo, vlow of Mnlniiplnn Slinllti,  wllh  I liodiooni yoar iuuihI n'lllimo,' AMsIng iji Ico $27,000 will)  ,1 ; $B.0QQ down,  '   " MARY ISLAND ,  ��[]oaut,lfu|wt,paaoittlMoiyJ.lMnVl~lui*t-'jul��.|ilp-Moiltil'rn-Ptirlv-Govtr  wlun'l, Ovor 1,500 (I, t,l)olloioti wolQifioni, wolur, to|_i|iluino tiitd  uloctiiclty. Laroo,..comlorlablo Ioq namo with' electric l._<(_ui>u,  ttmall pMOBt houso,- Hoat,, $125,000 wllh $20,000 down,'  .i*  ', 1  V,.  Q  If  !  1.  ��  t  ..  .MQny��.Qthor���vlow.ond.woterfrontJot��Jn���tho*nondor.Har_>our.<(r��o,-  i{HlilSlIlli  ^��*W��KM|��if����tWM��.!|4��W  \l-  REAUTY LTD.  "  Mqdolra Park, B.C.  Phono ponrlor Horlaour flrl3.?2v33  ��Mi����MBiA*��a��ewwrtHi \  \.  :i  A  \l  s  ���5_  3  1  !>i  \  LOST (Continued)  PETS  LOST   Aug.   27,   one   camera,  Dav.,5   Hav   Beach.   Reward  PP.6-24f.��5. -  '   hoh-41.  LOST in S?chelt,  pan  persian  \ brown     kitten    with    white*  paws   and   yellow   flea. .coUap.  Reward.  Phone  835-2406  after  5  p.m. 306-41  STEEL greyx female cat, wearing white collar. Answers to  "Boots".    Boy's   pet.    Reward.  Ph.   885-9073. \ 343-41  1 BAG of ^ailrinat sails. Uo-  Iween Jolly Roger Inn and  Redioutt's tun h.ghwav). Reward to tinder. Call Dn H. N.  Nichols fioy :'.'l. 3of>3 or write  2467 SYVe:t Sherwood Dr7e  Portland, Ore., "U.S.A.     345-43'  PljRl- while female parsian .  Aat (neutered). Also piue  black 3 month male kuien.  Clean anci well house 1r$ihed.  Vre. to good home. Applicant  mii;t ta.kVhoth cats. 885-.2463.  _._ .   .'-... 357-41-  ^SILVER-beige toy poocUe\pup-  pies.     Also    older    puppies.  88^-9797.   ������ V-  329-42  FOR SALE  WANTED TO BUY  'TWO -I'xS' solid slale pool  tallies Oranee Acorn fireplace.   Phone  885-2848.  376-41  ���$VTTF.N   il   is   the  right'kind���  a    little    help   goes   a    long  way.  Proved   successful  Ladybird    Series���Teaching���R^ad-  BOAT  deep  trader    to  V.   Phone  18'  handle  885-9810.  319-41  LIVESTOCK  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. -Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed r Cattle feed. Hay and  other  feeds by  order.    258-tfn  13,2   h.   PONY   ���   very   well  built,     spirited     and     agile,  junior champion at   R.R.  Rodeo, $200. Ph. 883-2602.     200-41  lfi' h.   BUCKSKIN-very .fast  and   agile,   top   games   project;    exlremelv    handv,   $;?00.  Phone   88.1-2002. '   201-41  ing, start.'; with fhe 12 key  words. Also ��� LTnderstanding  Numbers; Addition made easy; Multiplication made easy  and\ even Division made easv.  Full series at News Books &  Stationery in Secheh���The  Times   Block.   Phone   885-9654.  372-42  NOW is immediately when it  coines to wedding invitations, announcements or thank  you caMs. Pre-printed cards  in stock, very reasonably priced, just fill in the names. Obtainable at Books & Stationery in Sechelt. On-the main  street.  Phone  885-9054. .;  373-42  21" MARCONI TV, b. & w.  Excellent condition. .$75.  Octagon coffee table, $10.  Drop leaf table, kitchen table.  885-2*176. 341-41  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  ,   .Residential  - Commercial  -  Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal  service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER,.B.C.  Phone 926,3256  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SEGHELT AGENCIES LTD.  PHONE:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  PENDER HARBOUR    ��� No. 342670  Mill���saw ond planing plus scads of machinery; welder, trucks,  shovel. Grovel pit with high potential for good operator in area  of great growth; kno>vn for its scarcity of gravel. 16 acre site  offers view property with year round creek, springs and faces,  seo front ond busy highway location. CALL BOB KENT 885-9461  FOR DETAILS ON THIS BUSINESES OPPORTUNITY.  GOWER POINT No. 2520  Frontage of 1 00'x almost 200' lenqth with bonus of 200' forward  on Gower Esplanade. 3 cottages, regional water, $25,000 F.P.  CALL-JACK-WARN 886-268-U-    - :__   SELMA PARK No. 2656  One of the finest view lots high up in Selma Park has a new 2  bedroom mobile home all ready for occupancy. It has been approved by C.S.A.; the Building Inspector and the Bank. Lot size  16,540 sq. ft. Full price $17,900. To view CALL: DON HADDEN  885-9504,  SECHELT���HACKETT. STREET No. 2593  Excellent  level cleared  lot in area of  good homes.   Near stores  and ..chr.nl. $5,750.00 on terms, or $5250.00 cr-h. CALL: C. R.  GATHERCOLE 886-2785 eves.  ROBERTS CREEK, PARK AVENUE No. 12/5643  Comlortahle two bedroom collage on treed one aero lot, only n  short walk lo popular safe beach. Hydro, phono ancl walor services.  Basjc furnishintjs Including electric range and I ridge go with the  solo! Although lho "cotla'do rec|ulrt?s somo 'finishing it'.ls'occuplocl  tho yoar round. Immediate possession. F.P. $13,500 down payment $6,000.00 or rcosonol.lo oilers, CALL; C. R. GATHERCOOLE  ���������-��������� -���������' ��� ��� 886-7015, ��� ���������- ������-  BUSINESS ANP PRQRERTY * No. 192650  .Located.*on~lho��watorfront,-a9^ccM  with dining and wining facilities, laclnn Islands and Gull of  Georgia. PLUS Hying quarlors to hoot!  Building has 236'6 "square, foot, situated oh largo land aroa  wllh plenty of room for (uturo expansion, Th,l.�� business has  virtually unlimited horizons lor Iho onargotlc operator.  Nowly romoclollod dining ond work aroa foaturo moclorn, up-to>  .tlato furnishing;, and oqul|>m.,nt, laid qui to handle tho tdkoout  traclb as woll.     "        ���  This Is a winner In lhls fliondlly growing, buslnons and resort  aron, Rontilroi. only .,'^5,0Ql), (bnroly what you could oxpoct  to pay-|oNQ.homo).a��.dawn,payt,iionl��|3alanco,on oa.sy..I��>rms,  CAb-,'-BOB- KENT OR PI-TER SMITH, OPFICM85.223B    .  GIBSONS RURAL ,      ������       ,   .^?. 25   i  8,3. acros with ronlpd, .cpimcjQ ��ri,rWlnnnl walor, oItcU city,, mtc|  phono, Partly grnwod, On ,'pavotl rogd. '$20,000, CAUL Mi-lS  WARN ofl6.26BI, ovos,  PENDER HARnOUR      """       '      No, 2669  Choice of 19 serviced loir, on Nari'flws Road closo lo good fishing  and sheltered mooraao, Mqko your oarly nolocllon  for view or  ���Rcmlswaterfronfr*Fiill*f!��iail*Man^  ronao from $4950 to $6000 wllh 30% down ancl W Interest.  CALL,-PETE. SMITH  805.9/163   or  PON  HAPPEN  B8b.9M4.  DAVIS BAY       ���        '      :       ---������        . ������ 1���Nof,,162,l7;1  Ncar,,now,. 2  bedroom  post,, and bonm   homo  wllh   llroplacp,  Opon  plan   provides airy  nlmosphoro,  Wall   lo  wal   enrpntinp  ���  cllnlnn room, living room ond Iwlrnoim attract vo kitchen wllh  lK!Q|Jp range and head-hlgh won,  2 short blocks to beach  and boating, A wollfcorrd for homo and aiounrK P.P. MVJfl.po.  -CALL.-liOB.KENTfl8li.2235.or nvos. B0_>,-94ft !,,___ ,_���_   , ,���,  GIBSONS RURAI , ^f'' 26B5 ���"������*���  Gatllnfl haul In find. 4.9 acres In formingi nroa  400' \\m-wjoco'  cabin, woll wnlor, nn plectticlty in, $IO(tiO,o. CALL ,��.1ia1.w/wi  086.2681.    i. pm      , 7  DAVIS BAY ..,.,.'. No, 2644  finance your rotlromont with thin duple* nn-cwollent view-lot just .,  mul 910 nqimre loot, l*nll nrlcfl,$381000 for ^lallii an.l appoint.  !^-^^manlfiJ:AU__B^^ ���������������  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  AGENCIES tTD.  00x155; Sechelt        7    .-.;    ... Phono 685-2235  Or Call Toll Froo from tho Qroater Vancouver Aroa  ( ZEnith 2012  '       fe&O.fj.)    r  \  IW.'  .^i&t&tiiii.y..  \  \\    =  FOR SALE (Continued)  r  NOTICES  \  AIRCO   oil   furnace   for   sale,  90,000   BTtr,   $150.   Also'En-  .terpiise   oil   cook   stVe.    $75.  886-7671. 3,82-41  AINSLEY U Fox vjermr, iti   .&uage-shot xgun, leg-of-mutton case, excellent 250-3000  Mauser, .custom scope, re-loading tools, gun\ cabinet, gun  cases,  other  articles.   $85-2463.  366-41  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���:    ^  Canyas���Boat Hardware  Compressed  air  service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone  886-9303,  Gibsons,   B.C.  WOULD anyone owing debts  .1,1 ttip estate of the^ late  J,,lmu7 Doraf ' or Quality  him Supply please mail payment' to Mary^ODrayV ""ft 1.  /���'ran   Koa,(.   c.Vi?.^:ons.   ^ tf('/?:41'  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions    may    be    obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders,.  LEGAL NOTICES  'Seehelt News Notes  tmtwwuraft  'jtaMmsv^MMMumMimMVMKMimsufMaii  7  s  McCULLOCH --aw winch and  lines $350. Al'io ?, llomeii'te  power saws, $300. Plywood  canopy for *2 - :ii ton truck.  Brimmel, Lockver Roail. Roberts Creek. 301-41  HOUSE for sale or rent. Waterfront    view.    Phone    885r  2134. 264-41  9'xl2'  SCULPTURED    broad-  loom   rug,   .beige,   $50.   883-  2489. 342-41  FOR LETTERHEADS, envel-  opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact, the Times office at Seehelt or phone 885 9654  1  SET of H.D.  14 tracks. A-l  condition.   Pads   will   fit   15  or 16.   Pho-r\e  885-0752.  296-42  [F   IT'S   suits���it's    Morgans.  8,15-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893- tfri  LARGE   space   heater,   thermostatically controlled. Offers.  885-2181.    ' - 364-41  be   con-  out   on  supplied,  witness-  by a de-  CHESTERFIELD, kitchen table and 4 chairs, Hollywood  bed, roll-a-way with mattress,  cottage type stove. Phone 885-  2654. 353-41  3-SPEED   bike   for  condition.     Phone  after 6 p.m.  sale.   A-l  886-2744  354-41  ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   order.  Phone  885-2304  if  no  reply  phone   835-9326. 8637-tfn  OIL   stove,   sland   and   barrel.  Works   good.   $40.   Portable  sowing     machine     Simplicity',  $30.   Ph.   886-2737. 344-41  ELECTRIC  frig,   and   propane  stove   with   garbage   burner.  883-9972. * 346^43  ELECTRIC   pump   and    pressure   tank   for   sale.   Phone  886-9883. 348-41  TENDERS  OFFERS  are invited to F>urchase and  remove 4 room Cottage and  Shed located behind the  Thrift Shop, Cowrie Street,  Particulars   can    be   obtained  from the Administration  Office  ST.  MARY'S HOSPITAL  Sechelt,  B.C.  ���10  NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS  Tree planting project ��� .'92G  tHf.- frrt-n-^l-erl r -W i I \ n it -Creekr  Contractor; are a<K i.-'.erl that  the Hrili-.h yf.'olumbia Forest  Service intends to let a, planting contract in the fall of  1972 for Ihe planting of 45,000  trees on 90 acres, more or  less, situated north-east of  Wilson Creek. Mt. Elphinstone.  In order that prospective  bidders may have an opportunity to view the planting  site and acquaint themselves  with conditions on the ground,  the Forest Ranger. at Sechelt  will conduct interested parties  to the area on September 11,  1972 leaving the Ranger Station at 8:30 a.m.,Transportation, if provided by the. Forest Service, will be at the  prospective   bidders'   risk.  Sealed lenders for this contract will be received by the  Chief Forester up to 4 p.m.  September 21, 1972, except  1bat for specific reasons '1he  Chief forester may extend  ���sueh time.  Tenders will nol  sirlereil unless made  the tender form ���  properly signed and  ed, and accompanied  posit in the form of a certified  cheque or money order in the  sum of $50, payable to the  Minister  of  Finance.  Tenders must be submitted  in the envelope marked "Tenderer Tree Planting".  The lowest- or any tender  will not necessarily be accepted, and the Forest Service reserves the right to limit  the number of contracts held  by any party al any one time.  Prospective bidders are advised lhat this contract will  be awarded onlv mi proof that  ���the successful bidder has arranged with\.the Workmen's  Compensation Board for the  necessary coverage of all  ployees and'or partners  will be working on the  tract.  Note that prior to commencement of planting the  successful bidder will be required to submit a deposit in  the total amount of five per  cent  of  the  bid  price.  Planting stock required for  the contract will be supplied  free of charge .by the..Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service.  Particulars may be obtained  from the Chief Forester, Parliament Buildings, Victoria;  the District Forester, Marine  Bldg., Vancouver 1;  Forest Ranger at Box  chelt, B.C.  F.S. 7119(a)  pub,  Sept,  em-  who  Con  or  69,  (i,  1972  EWART  REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings.Service ,    Box, 2^8,,Gibsons  GIBSONS RURAL: Two large level lots size 63x264 ft.  each. Located, a very short distance.from Gibsons on  . an ,a I Lpaved, .road ...Lots ���,w,e re,, preyjqusl yjzj.e.gjie^jjovjf^  lightly overgrowh with Alder, These lots are an ex-  celjehf .investment at, F,p, J3,00b , each, , We also  offer the adjoining corner lot at F.P. -$3,50(5. Road  allowance at rear of all lots pnd on west side of enrnor  lot to permit future subdivision.  ROBERTS CREEK; Leyel lot, size 1,60 acre, Partially   ,  cleared. Road frontage oh Beach Ayoiimg is 160 ft, ,  Walor,  Hydro ant). Phono available,  Closo to store  ancl pn transportation. FP, ,1112,300. Terms may ho  ������arranged,     ���   ��� ���  GRANTHAMS: A compact homo with the)'-absolute. In  views, Two B,R, A/O furnacer BeautIfully,landscaped  iol,' Delightfully finished. interior, "Th 1*57 6u"f stand Ing  view property Is offered forj?nly $16,500 F.P., with  half cash. Bal.on, easy terms,  ,   ,  GIBSONS: Commercial proporty; 4 lots & buildings.  -Old-Gibsons-supply-sltOT^  apartment property or boat storage yard,  G|BSO|SS# North ,fa|,. J  acrQ commercial, property '  wjth O/T 2 bed.home, All sorvlcos and rd, on both ,  sides, F,P: $ 15,900,  LANGDALE WATERFRONT: Ovor 100' on nko safo  "beach by 260'^ deef>, Vory attractlvo 2 bod.Jiomo wlth_  "3rd boclroom" Ih" tSascmon'C "Nlcoly lnhHscapocr"r6tT  GIBSONS BLUFF: 2 bod, homo on ono of tho bost vlow  lots In tho aroa, Spring on property 'to hnvo your own  ,illy pond and absolutely no lawn to'mow, Inquire) for  particulars,  GIBSONS���Now 2 beclr, homo on n yory nico aoml-  ..vlow.,lot,, All vory clean qnci .nlcoly xarpotod, F.P.   RENTALS: 3 bodr, dpgrtmont % \ 55 and 1 smaller. '4  room apartment $135,  '. ���, , , p.    .   I'        .   'IP ,        , ��� h  ------���-^M^mber^VancouYe"^  -phano*-8a6:224aw-~-*-~---^^  LISTINGS WANTED  Vlnco Prowor, 886-93597 Wqlly Pctprsdh, 886-2877  Ron McSavanoy, 886-9656  Bok 238, Gibsons, B.C.    ,  .V,  'U'FILI..   R i \- e r   guctr.   at   Mr?.   Lola  iiiiTipr' '".(ii Sechelt were Mr. and Mrs.;  77 Srunn who alter f.everai dsiysj. visit  iMu>d"onlo New Westminster, dropping,  ��� i>. Turner off  in .Burnaby   for a short  ..-it.  Misses   Lauri   and  Tammi   Rusk   have  ������en   spending   the   summer   with ��� their  ��� ahdmother   Mrs* JVlaxine     McNeil   of  ���ma   Park.   Recently     Mrs.     McNeil's  >. im-.hter and  husband  and  two younger  m i. ,1'uani  and   Terri  arrived   from   Cal-  j! \   t,' Imliday and pick tip the two older_  1 ;.i '-,   llii'.   was   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Reg   and  ' '���--. t ,;i>-   Rusk.  Merrv-go round bridge; ladies wishing  t" |.lay in the Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary  ���i'.ip.IrP tournament can start making  i:4.4JL.JJ1.attend when it starts in October.  Ii is not necessary to be an auxiliary  i���.. ruber to play, anyone wishing further  : -1 f'��.imatioiT   please   phone   Mrs.   Maxine  -by Peggy ^onnor  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE \  M.'  .Met I  ."iflftO.  VISITORS  Mrs. Elsa" Peters of Christ Church,  New Zealand, has been up from down  under to visit her daughter Lillian who  works at St. Mary's Hospital. While here  she stayed with Mrs. Alice French and  spend a delightful visit with Mr. and  M''s\ Lionel Singlehurst.  Visitors from C a s s t o n, B:C. were  Misses Shannon and Jean Casston, guests  nf Mrs. Alice French. Another visitor to  tlu- French home was Mr. John McKenzie  j'f   Victoria.  BROWNIES '  'The .first Brownie L.A. meeting for  the fall will be held the second Wednesday instead of the first as usual. This will  be at the Goodwin home at Davis'Bay,  Wednesday, Sept. I.'.th. Sechelt L.A. will  hi- happy to greet new members.  PASSING  A great loss to the community in the  passing of Mrs. A. Williams of Sechelt.  A very active member in many organizations through the years, the most recent  being the Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital. An excellent seamstress she  was responsible for sewing the curtains  when the hospital was first open as well  as other items. Mrs. Betty Williams'  friendly smiling face will be sadly missed.  Merry  Island   light station  is  now el- .  petrified from the ^ame source of power  as t,he rest, of us &o when out iigritr, go ���  ou"t"7o does theirs! A difference though;  they have an auxiliary dynamo to turn  to, if now takes minutes to switch over,  where it used to take seconds. It will  be a few years before the light stations  go automatic, but as a start the light is  qn continually as you have perhaps noticed this summer, 24'.hours.  HERE AND THERE  l-V.hing has been spotty this week but  a few northern cohos showed up in the  1,\   11   pi,und  ::\ze. \  Mr;". Gray, executive'assistant, to the  administrator at St\ Mary's hospital, has  jn-'.t returned from a well-earned two-  WPPk'-. vacation, spending part of the  -Vime iiv^eb-^iH-aT-^Pr-aA-eUing with her wa,s  her '.on and his family Mr.and Mrs. Rob-  eit Gray and three children from Ottawa.  Before coming here Mr. Gray spent  five weeks leaching electronics in Edmonton, be is education manager for Uni-  vac   in the east.  The Rhyming Philosopher  Harry W. Fletcher  WARNING  Hcforc wc imply that the Fourth of July  ls   only   for   holiday   making.  Ami lost we forget all die blood and the sweat,  lhe  sacrifice   and   Ihe  heart-breaking'.  Consider the birth of real freedom on earth  Was fathered in face of oppression.  And. mam men died with coinage and pride  Protecting  our   kin   from   aggression;  So when there's a lag in supporting our Flag,  I el  yon  be the one  to amend  it.  And honor our sons who now are the ones  Who l:i\  down their  lives to defend it.  It's good lo employ all the means to enjoy  bach break in the day to day working;  Though   pleasure   is   in   it,   don't   think   for  a minute  That   danger  is  not   always  lurking.  Let   this   he  a warning   to   all,   night   and  morning.  Destroyers of freedom are present;  If you don't believe it, some day they'll  achieve it.  Then life will be very, unpleasant.   -  DSirr Me^s ft upi  \  gla_\ tmngs  tabeHnacle  Sunday 10:66 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tile-day Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  -Sower Point Road \  PENDER HARBOUR  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastqr Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883.2374  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible qnd Prayer 7:3b p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:36 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY, FOSTER  ���      Phone:  886-7107  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPFL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday Schoat ���- 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m,  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road ahd Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT:   180'  lovely beach with deep protected moorage  ond sunny exposure. Charming old house at waters edqe. Over 1 Vz  acres view property. $25,000 terms.  WATERFRONT: 275' deep protected moorage.on over 4 acres in  heart  of   Madeira  Park.   Selectively  cleared   leaving  camp   sites,  roads   and    building    sites.    A    beautiful    resort    type    property.  $50,000 with poss. terms.  WATERFRONT:   100'  protected  waterfront wit^i  lovely view  into  Bargain Harbour. This lot is a real buy at $13,000.  3 BEDROOM HOME (or 2 & den) right  in Madeira  Park.   1300  sq. ft. of  living area in this 2 year old,., low maintenance cedar  home. Within '3 minutes walk of all shops and has good moorage  directly across street. $2t*500. .  JOCK HERMON���883-2745 (Any Time)  CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRIEFS  WILL DO  A JOB  FOR YOU.  PHONE  885-9654  FOR  ACTION!  ��� Mr. Advertiser  These advertisin  spaces are real bargain!, for you. Sold dn  cbntract only. For details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar, phone 885-9654,  ask for special ad  rates.  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.  Cubsohs United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  ~      '���"������~,SU'n~daV"Sfe'irv1ceS'"-7:30_'p';m ���  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  ..^fclliaMMII-HJWaVWfi-HIMMM^^  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School  10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship  11:15 o.m.  885-9668  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  . Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  886-2158  Rev. J. E. Harris, Interim Pdstor  886-7776  4 ��        . t\ ~v  ./ *  h,  >i)>\  m  f\W  m  >' f.  lul  <-.  9fcWN4$iM WMIgaft *KiiK��*l^r'tV'i'f'>  '  ��.,��.*.��� J  ,    U  SAW  HOMELITE SUPER MINI  XL       $i"yo95  AUTOMATIC  Bfln ANIU'IIAIN.  -��_-.,,piw��i��...i.Hp<.[--��.  ll(iiiinlllo'r.Hup(!i'Hnw,lljiii XL AulomiilU.iKmHt/imilo?  "It'iim,."i'or ('HHy7nun''"HiiVrih**<>iiiii't'iir'L"Krl|'iW'l\��r"HiiiVml 1'ii   opcrallon nnd loncd muflW I'or limn nolws Hco, I lion  nv.udll U.(Jt*K IntUviM^^  ��� now wllh ll.lrtflpiH'li.l di'nll  i/  .iftpp.  ' ' ' ' ;if'/li|'WM|"JIB.(''liN^|f1,il��i,/1itf \_\V_ ' li'ltou'lii'l mirWiWif  PUIS FREE!  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IWS ,  ,;,[' Hlmllvn^ l)t.trilmtitm Syrian;    QOlJUshncll  SECHELT  VM  f"*  iwMii  If  m  IF  Q'  ���7m,  I.  1PB��*|T^(nW'<W%W'^��,MiftT����t*^ %^i(*^Wp H^B WinftiHWWHWWntltt  iiV/I*,��il��(*|iWii��H"jii|ii*'ji||  t.  ���_t  Cowrio Strbot  I.IIVIITIED  Phono 885-9626  tf r   i ������� l�� w..**9.'f^M- ����*f*wr*  i  l   H 4ft* MtyWfykinr**** +"���*���    "Wit  ���"**�� <*) *** <W> .^iW*fe��   ' ^.#*��*w��i^lf^(^��.ft     S   (i       t      *  f  T  m&timmtm J  V-  \  m  D?  i  1  I  1  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9416  We Reserve  The Right  To Limit  Quantities  Prices Effective: Thur., Fri., Sat.. September, 7, 8, 9  ��  I ' '    i  i  ^f^i nAiiif  w% m*ww     i  Waxing  Enthusiastic  students  of  the  Batik    Gust,   using    hot  wax    to  pattern    careful  planning  and    resulting  in  class,  are Mrs. Joy Graham,  Mrs.    fabric   before  dying.   This   is   truly    something truly original.  Helen  McConnachie    and    Mrs.   C.    creative     process    which    requires  _***.<���  If  SI  ONE-IN  "*  ii  ib. m 1*   I  ^\vmmm^mmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmm-9immmmmm���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm9 m!  _\Wtf////ffffffiiff^ S!  RK&BEA  York  Reconstituted, 48 oz.  t  I  ��1  I  Libby's,   14  oz.  III  HP  _  I  is  SSSa                                                                                                                                               SSS&S !0  XmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmm'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .9  JffJMMM0Wflfifff_^  _ |  AT SPREADS  Puritan, 3 oz.,  7 Varieties  I  I  I  . i-  SANDWICH BAG  1  1  I  i  r.**.;f  * .  ...    ���  wMiifm/iimMfflM  I        __    - 7-7  : ^^^^^^--^.^^^^^^^l  Examination  Instructor Nigel Clifton discusses the  "crackle" effect created by Sechelt  teacher. Glenda Drane, during an  examination of clothes patterned in  the batik class. From left are: Mrs.  Drane, Ken Birkin, Mrs. Birkin, Mrs.  (.'ay WelLs and  Mr. Clifton.  Small "Scdiclt" decals for your car, . .p**^.  available al Miss l-oi/.s, Wharf Koacl, Sc- f*^  elicit.  Walter Safety says,  /'Investigate conditlorn  BEFORE entering the  water, and always swim  with a buddy.".  Senior Citizens' Day  hailed memorable event  B'EAUTIFUL summer weather made  the  Senior citizens day  excursion   to  the  Pacific National Exhibition, a memorable  event.  Senior citiens assembled in groups al  appointed places on the highway, awaiting the Sechelt chartered bus which took  them to the Exhibition grounds. Knowing how tiring the day can be, many had  ho'17.'���'visited ' tlie'!"oxhibition in .stsverul  years, ancl on arrival were untaxed at  tho number of changes which had been  made;   New   pormapent ���'buildings ' have  been   recently  added,  designed   to  show  off the many  flno exhibits ancl  provide  If you aro 17 or ovor and havo dropped out of school, write for FREE LESSONS and     ML     bolter  1'aciliUoH,  MF.R^,booklalHHidli.howLTHgirFASXEST^AMD.MOST CONVENIENT >^AY T0 GET   ���������        Tho hobby show was especially onjny-  A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA. PropVro' to wflto "B.C.' DoptV of Education SrCollflgo*"*** ' ---���'w^-j���"-jj|^i-���|-���i-fy'-'-'*"nVi_"Tv.ITul'fi'^l^Tn'd"*""f 1 icy"* 1'fiTcr"  H     Entrance Examinations.                  For froa book "How to finish High School at Homo"      |||     spent,   u   few   hours   in'   lho   horticultural  ������'���uaj_i'b'"''   ������-������������"���������-' >���������  '������������'��� ��� ���-������   '���������'������"' "������-.������=������,.. ...   .-.. .,..,���,,,,- ..,���-,., ,..-., -,..,.       fH    - building, as .Lho,. displays  wore,most,, bu��  NAME ... r ...... Ago  autlful, Others comm'tonlod thai  Iho Dug-  RAPDRESS _  !__ ��� _. PHONE      ��|     w��ocl  Hesl.u.runl was  favoured to capa-   ���  *���-'��� NATIONAL COLLEGE ��� : -���! J' ,Y'  ���' ______  B  ���  FINISH HIGH SCHOOL  AT HOME IN SPARE TIME  I  688-4913  NATIONAL" POLLEQE  444 Robson St., Vancouver    g  SmmT^  A CANADIAN  .     SCHOOL  WASTEWATER TREATMENT  ������������-.��� SYSTEMS'-,   CO^iyiERCIAl, t���t .HOUSEHOLD.,,,   BIO-PURE  CROMAGLASS  A large crowd, wns uUrui'led  lo, Iho  ^CollHciiun   which   pITored   a   l'lnu ��� show,,  ___-i    foaluVihg llio popular Burl lvos and bin ���  ������;,"��� gultm\  Trip ��� organl/.or,   Mr,  Davo'  liny- '  Ward, says  ho  fitlll   11 kon  Mr,   lvos  lnwl.  as a lawyor In tho Hold Ones, Thoro was  ", planly, of cnlortuinrntinl. nil urtitufti;tho",  grouiKl^,  Inoludlng  the  "-"ohIIvhI  of  I'Vir-  cstry with  Dunny Sailor, �� upepfiuMilnr  and  thrilling ovonl, Foaluro allraullonn  wuro. approolnlucl al'tho Collsmim and  lho Agroclonio. '.  Mr,  Huywtircl  oxprossod  approblntlon   .U).M^,.W��ni.lQ,,J^.^\..,U��o..,o��g��Uonl.,|}Vopiu,,W'i...,  lions   which   nuicto   tho  Senior  CHI/.oiih  Day  n  groat' isuucohh.  ����4lW^I��Wp��WtlW^aW��*^  coll  Standard Motors of Sechelt Ud  Si  PURE  JM ;^-S*t*,^l,ite..W .VVSi-'iS t-.s��i.,(TiJ iii,***^*!**  iit'f?i*ff-W&i. ^��MBr��**ti>(t W. tM i uh, Miiii'TltePitftWpM'Wi'f'  PORK SAUSAGE  w*tm$^\m#<*mM_um<*7*>#**  Vox Q,\*\G\. RobuUh Uro Tlimoii Adbjloiii  (1,4.      .I.M     I." I-        I       <l  I  i(tlr#apJlij(^(aiirfii_Ifl**il>i  COFFEE  Red Rose Instant,  10 oz.  MmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  ri nlno'winv - : -I--"' ���^^��^.. .'.'-77.  H ill III   WUH r        IS!i% it H%!|i_Pi ���������������iii,iP'  iii_pnnpi_ni  Lfc!l���nm   ^ARTLETfPEARS  f     '    "  c  27 oz.  a*WWM��*��^��wii��*^^  I ��l'_^#tA��4#����wyiMl!!T^*��' \  \  #*�����.  ���^  \.  ���     \  SEP 8. 1972  7^  V  ���w  \  T!he Peninsula^��^  Section B  Wednesday, September 6, 1972  disease such as juvenile rheumatoid ar-   We^t7-Canadi*an  Graj>ixl^UndU3:t.riea 7  th.-it.is   may. cause   in . the .home , or' at   204   West  feth  't\y$.\    x .   ,  school.' For     example,   an   over-anxious   Vancouver   id     ii      C    " '  teacher may  provide  too much  physical  '                                *      *                                        ��� 7 ���   ^  \ Service  -\  Can strike children  ���Y  Pages  1-6  assistance   to  <tfte   rheumatoid  a  case  such  as  this  child.   Iri  ithritis not festrictei  ersoni disease  RANDY   TAIT  PAMELA   GROSS  Provincial examinations  Local students well up  iii scholarship results  SECHELT School District was well represented in the provincial government  scholarship  examinations  with  five  students well placed on the list.  Pamela Gross of Sechelt proved her  exceptional ability in the literary field  with a high 89.5 per cent which wins  her a first class scholarship with three-  . quarters of her tuition fees paid. Pamela  left last week for the University of Victoria where she will take an honours  course in English, including the classics,  theatre and philosophy. Pamela is the  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gross of  Sechelt.  Sheahan Bennie of Hopkins Landing  also did exceptionally well with a per-  ���ee'ntege^^6T5-whidv^ualified-for-a-first  class scholarship;-"Shealiah" ;fe off to the  University of British Columbia to major  in French. The daughter "of Mr. R. F. and  the late Mrs. Bennie Sheahan is the second member of the family to win a government scholarship.  Mark English of Gibsons the eldest son  of Mr. and Mrs. Charles English, gained  a 76.5 percentage and besides.the seqond  class government scholarship won the  Norman McKenzie scholarship. Mark  who is a popular member of the Elphinstone Band, is also going to the Univer-  ' sity"o'f" British"' Columbia where  he has  elected to take the honours course in  science with the aim of becoming a  marine biologist.  Eleanor Swan, the daughter of Dr. and  Mrs. R. A. C. Swan of Sechelt won a  second class scholarship with an average  of 74 per cent. Also a popular and long  time member of Elphinstone School  Band, Eleanor has also chosen the Uni-  verstity of British Columbia and the science faculty with marine biology in mind.  Randy Tail, of Pender Harbour Secondary School attained a 70.5 per cent  average to win a third class government  scholarship. The' son of Mr. and Mrs. Don  Tait of Gunboat Bay, Randy will attend  Vancouver City College for. two years,  before going to University to stildy law.  "Jim Mercer; ef P^ndLer Harbour Secondary  School   also   passed   the   govern-  FOR  A  mother  there  is  anxiety,  mixed  with pride as her child goes off to  school for the first time. How will he  manage without her, will he .enjoy school?  These anxieties are increased a hundredfold if your child has juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. The day he starts school  is a big day. Not only does a mother ask  herself the usual questions, but there, is  one even more overwhelming question.  Will he be able to handle the problems  \>f attending a regular school? This was a  key question when Jimmy started school.  For five years monthly medical and  physical checkups had t>een a normal,  routine for Jimmy. He no longer screamed when he saw the doctors; in fact, he  , ,didn't even whimper when blood was  -taken from his arm. For five years, too,  he had been under the supervision of a  physiotherapist, taking part in regular  exercise sessions and pool therapy programs.  Just prior to' his starting school, a  concentrated effort had been made to  help him achieve total independence. Going __ up and down stairs was a tough,  slow* process at^fh^t!_butL_he_ mastered���  ���it���by���tackltng^The stairsideways. Another great problem was getting down  onto the floor and up again, most necessary for any six-year-old when the  whole class sits on the floor. to listen to  the teacher.  Jimmy did achieve sufficient independence* to remain in a regular school;  in fact, now he even participates in the  gym classes, "doing his own thing!" The  only scare was when he got pushed down  the slide and landed on his head. All  children fall, however, and Jimmy has  learned that his balance isn't good enough  to be alone in a crowd. Now he waits for  someone to go down the slide with him.  Most children suffering from juvenile  rheumatoid arthritis achieve independence in spite of their limitations and  only a very small percentage are unable  to attend regular schools.  Five years ago, when Jimmy's mother  learned that he suffered from juvenile  rheumatoid . arthritis, one of her first  questions was, "Doctor, how can this  be possible? Arthritis is an old person's  disease."  Ninety per cent of the parents have  this reaction when they are told that  their child has juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.  Unfortunately, rheumatoid arthritis has  no   age   boundaries,   and   at   present,   no  leure. This, plus the fact that the disease  lasts for  a number of years, present*  a  bleak outlook  for  the  patient.  However,  niatoid arthritis cam be made. One or  several joints may be involved, becoming swollen, painful and stiff. Obviously  the more joints involved, the .greater the  disability,  the  child   will  suffer.  As 70% of the children have a chance  of growing' out of their juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, it is vitally important to  watch for any deformities which may  develop during the active years of the  disease. Many can be prevented; those  which have already developed can be  corrected. Only a specialist, preferably  a children's rheumatologist, can adequately deal with this disease. Although  adult and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis  do have similarities, \he differences are  far greater, thus the methods' of treatment differ greatly. These differences  are most marked in the case of hand deformities. Children's fingers most frequently become stiff and should be. moved as much as possible. Adults, however.  get very swollen, painful joints which  should be rested.  During the active phase of the disease  not only are the children growing phys-  ... 'fally but they are also developing mental ly and emotionally. "A "child learns by  means of physical activity. If you place  severe physical restrictions on a child  you are equally restricting his learning  patterns.  Each child is an individual case deserving the full benefit of' a qualified  team of specialists. 'The rheumatologist  heads the team. He prescribes medication  to keep the child as comfortable and  pain-free as possible, thus ensuring maximum physical activity. Aspirin is most  frequently used it may be necessary to  use stronger  drugs.  The social worker is ..a.., specialist.._. at  handling many  problems  that  a  chronic  the: social worker  should assess the\situation\and move to  correct it.' -  The physiotherapist is the specialist in  charge^ of making sure the child is getting enough exercise to prevent his muscles from becoming weak. The best exercises" are the activities that children do  every day of their li^es���running, riding  trkycles, .eating'_with knife" and fork,  -playing with friends. If the disease tendsf  to immobilize the child, a fixed exercise  routine may have to be enforced, "but this  is inferior to natural activities. Splinting may be necessary to correct or pre^  vent   deformities. *  Today all treatment aims at keeping  the child active and preventing deformity, but some day research will uncover  the cause of this"crippling disease, and  the knowledge of the cause will lead to  a   cure!  The Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society leads the attack against arthritis. Its program of education and research is designed tp establish highest  standards of diagnosis and treatment.  The conquest of arthritis demands that  we know how to prevent these diseases  ���not just to treat them better. This will  be the ultimate result of worldwide research efforts in" which Canada must  play its part. The Society's- immediate  goal  is  arthritis  control.  For Rafts,  Docks, Boafhouses  Houseboats ��� . .  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Jim is off to the University  of British Columbia to take the pre-  engineering  course  of study.  In 70  per cent of the cases, the disease  becomes   inactive,   usually   as   the   child ���  reaches the teens.  Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis is slightly more common in girls than in boys  and most frequently begins in the age  groups of two to four years of nine to  eleven years. '" ���  It is an extremely difficult disease  to diagnose as there is n,o specific test  for it. It may resemble a great variety  of .other, diseases, which, must be eliminated   before  a diagnosis of juvenile rheu-  From Northern climes  I  ���l Sechelt student residence  greets new administrator  &immmimrmmmmm0_rmm&,  h LORD JIM'S LODGE f  'v*$:^s^m\W'*m''*  ADMINISTRATOR   of   Seehelt   Student  Residence 1H Father J, Fitzgerald who  comes hero fromTLo Jac in northernTBrl-  tlah Columbia,  ^ f-t^.^'j.^i.   ,S*��1.,  Deeply lntorosted in tho culture and  history of the Indian people, Father Fit/,-  I  ���I  j  'k  1  i  te  I  Chaplain at tho Residence,  taking over  the dutlps of Rev, Alex Simpson who is  now1 ln,!Ucluelet."'''���'''''���������'''���'���''���������'���������''���''������������������������^'���'���'���'���/������������������'-������������'���'^ ������������������  Secholt Student Residence \vliiuli used to bo a full time school  has a iong  history dating back to,, 1003 when Bishop  i i  i        ,���.4..  .i,��� ,���_i  ir,^  ,���.n,._  ..,    Dbntciiwlll was responsible for building  gornld has sponl the past ton years, in     ,    f.   , .���..__,  northern B'.C,'and from 1067 ;to '00, was    Ul�� n,Bl 3cno01,  ndmliilslrator  of' Prince ' George Colloga  High School, attended by both Indian and  Non-Ind^nn^studojilB^^^ ^     ^   ^^  ���    ' _3Qlng',''ln,|("1;hoR"northorn'"cllmo'B;'*tiQi!,Jno  'RosldonUttlvSohool had   a ,busy   winter  sports program with two big outdoor hockey rinks, and stiideots also participated  in bowling,''Scouting arid Guiding activ-  ' itlos* in tho community.,  , ^AdifllniHtvfUIoi^fl^.^^tyirtunt^ residences  Oomtis' under Department; of Indian Af-  , fairs and Northern .Development, Socholt  _QXP8QtH��tQ*l}M$,ft��p^^  d'cJ.lH in residence tills yoar, aged'from  H'x,.tQ,. fourteen,.,yoat',H,.,Staff at" tho jroa-  ldonco includes  eighteen full  time residents from lho Secholt Indian-Village and  ntno Non-Iridian staff members,  ���   Also  now   to  1ho  staff  this year  Js  Mr, Glon Dion, a1 child enro worker from  Mission!  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TO 8 P*M.  *%'<  CABARET SATURDAY  O^M.'W1&0" A.W."  Suiliilillno Consf  Hwy ��" Socholt  O.T)-  f^eiiiiuuta oDhuna c-JLowicie  m^mm��mwmsm\  9  s_s  SATURDAY ANDSUNDAY  SPECIAL"  t  Combination of  ^ANDTFlLET"M|IGNON  >��� * 2\ ,..., ,, - jfc n.', ��J jri  For a full couno moal wltli cl.coBQcako.  "w^Kj*  -^*T*  f��-  .. ty-  >..,  ttmUmmAmmm \  \-  fiamela Gross  ���\  wen  "v'"~ t*%%: ���N  Elp  Letter to daily paper  cites utter disgust  A   LKTTEK   submitted   t<7 a   daily  i"i(n\'.:pap(M', wns  hrcnif.ht  Oh School Road  n  to  st   week  y|p.   The  B.C.  tho  at 1 only    FillSKPll  lei tor   wus  sun  ol'  KpI- \  llrrr  is  tho  tidii  ..f. Tho Times   I;  I i.-\ mo,   liji   1,   l.niijn  �� 111 >m��� it 11-. 1   hy   f).oi  nu'iia   to   thr-   Daily   Cmuicr  oDiiK-Mil';   of   the    lot tor:   FTTr: As a i-iti/.on of B.C. nnd a J'uhiro  land owner, I was wondering why, with  all the up to-dato technology and wasto  disposal equipment, is raw sewage being  allowed to ho dumped into the ocean on  the . west   coast. n  The incident in question took place  last weekend at Gibsons Landing on  Horseshoe Bay. We were taking part in  the annual fish derby and were getting  gas at  a flat.  Situated on a floating ramp behind  the gas pumps ore two outhouses, thinking that they were connected , to the  sewage system -on the island, we proceeded to use the facilities provided. Much  to our horror and utter disgust, the sewage came out a hole in the side of the  ramp   and  .directly   into   lhe   ocean.  I understood that it was against the  law to dump raw sewage into any body  of   water   in   B.C.  I think something should bo done  about this and an investigation made at  oilier marinas to ���_find out about their  sewage   system.   Sincerely   yours,  DONALI)   K.   WILSON  $80.00  HONOURS student Pamela Gross, ana-  \ lyses trWenty years of change in El-  i.hinstone students as a tribute tb the  ' nool celebrating its 20th birthday. This  ;,.iicle was featured in the students' year-  ;ppok:     .  The young people of today���how have  ���.p.',- changed over'the  past  twenty  years,  .^appearance,   attitudes  and   aspirations?  Throughout   this, yearbook,  lhe photos  .     l'!lplue'.;   '71'.  grads   appear   in   the   top  ,nnpr nf each page, with  a write-up on  ��� 7.-1.   grrul.   As   in ay   he   seen   from   those   photos.  GIBSONS village .council  last week gave  its approval M'or a building permit totalling $80,0(10 for two six-unit blocks on  School Road next to the maintenance  area. ��� ;  Work on the project, which is expected to have a large play area between  the blocks, is scheduled to begin around  the  first  yf next   week.  J. R. and Reg 'Gurney are named  builders. Each block will have six two-  storey residences with three bedrooms  upstairs and living quarters below. Each  will have its own garden and back yard.  The rows of homes will run from the two  roads towards the centre of the lot with  an open area in the centre.  In .other council business, B.C.  rios Authority replied to a letter  council suggesting additional ferry  ice be provided for the increasing  of traffic. The, authority said it was not  feasible at this time to employ extra  crews, however, the matter 'will..he. looked  into  next.  year.  Alderman  Gerry   Dixon .reported  on  a  Fer-  from  serv-  flow  Congratulate Lockstead  Mackenzie Liberals  working on next era  meeting with the Elphinstone Flying  Club and said the club plans to prepare  a brief for the necessity of the airport.  The brief will be sent to the department  V>f transport, along with the airport ap x  plication for improvements through financial   grants.  Thanks were received from both the  Sea Cavalcade and the Public Library  for grants  made  by  council.  Sechelt member wins  Gibsons shoot trophy  FOR   THE   first   time   in   its   eight-year  history, the Charlie Burns Memorial  trophy, a Gibsons Wildlife Club namesake, has left the bounds of the local  club.  At the annual shoot held here on  Sunday of last week, the winner was  George Flay of Secholt Rod -and Gun  Club. Gin-mar -Wigard of Sochelt won  the duck  target.  A spokesman for the Gibsons club  says the turnout this year was far from  the   best.  The trophy is presented annually in  ��� memory of an old-time member, Charlie  Burns.  From, the pulpit  nairstyles have certainly changed; for  ihe boys as well as the girls. That which  teachers would havev shuddered ^at twenty  years ago, walks past them today; without their even batting an eye. The drawings bordering ^hese pages reveal the  change in dress also. But apart from  these outward appearances, how have we  changed?  Reading what has become of the '52  grads one can't help ^noticing the fact  lhat they are all materially stable. Two-  filths of them went on to a higher education. Will twenty of- our fifty grads do  this?   I   very   much   doubt   it.  To the grads of '52, this material  wealth was something one worked for:"  it was an accepted goal. And a goal  much harder to achieve then than now.  The grads of '72 already have this handed  down to them, and are looking for something more; or perhaps just something  different. <���  With the rapid advances made through  mechanization, the higher standard of living, and the increased population a wider  variety of occupations has been made  available: Obviously, through mechanization, many jobs have become extinct, but  lhe number of new ones created still outweighs those lost. As well ��� as a wider  variety of occupations, the variety of  leisure pastimes has also increased.  This wider ' variety precipitates the  end of a unified school, as there is no  longer a common goal or ideal. The stu-  MIKE Blaney, MacKenzie Riding Liberal candidate, who was defeated in  the past provincial election, offered his  sincere congratulations to NDP Don  Lockstead,  "He worked extremely hard," Blaney  :-.'iid,   "and   is   truly  a   fine   man."  Blaney said his .statements throughout  the campaign that a political era was  ending certainly  hold  true.  "I hope the special interosl groups  and individuals who actively supported  llio corrupt Social Credit lo their last  gasp of air are also in full flight," he  'said. "We are going, to have- a return  to democracy and a healthy political  almosphere."  He said he doesn't think we will ever  again see the kind of sick, polarized politics that have plagued this province for  20 years. He also said he thought the  Social Credit Party would self-destruct  and we will have an alteration of NDP  and Liberal governments in years to  como.  "My sympathy to Isabel Dawson," the  Liberal candidate continued.. "If there  was one honest, hard working person  in the Social Credit party, il was Mrs.  Dawson. We have lost a good representative but I'm sure she will continue to  serve her community as she always has."  Blaney added, "my wife und I wish  to express our gratitude for all those,  who placed their confidence In me as  lhe Liberal candidate. We also want to  say how much we enjoyed the campaign and the meeling of so many  wonderful people. Our loss at the polls  can   never   take   that   experience   away."  He said the Liberal party'in B.C. is  going to be the only effective opposition.  "We are going to work immediately  on the next election and will be watching  the  NDP  party   very  closely."  There will be a Liberal meeting of  the MacKenzie Riding constituency on  Sunday, September 17 at 1 p.m. at the  Pender -Harbour Hotel. This meeting is  open to all members and interested persons who are willing to begin work on  the noxl  election.  T*******t9mm��^i____mmmm9utnnmmmn_m  --,-,-,-.-,���-,_, _ ��� ��� _______________ -.,. -Tf|.)fir���itnrinriaififmnfia��agMni  (By Jack Mills)  _______ ....   I ....      4 , .... . ���       |  r'~m*t'"*m*Mi'mw*ww**my**wtt..ut*wvw*wwwmiririr*nrinw i  CALM   Innw    reigns   over    Iho   olecUon  '-���������.������'���������.���jfonei:'-, nl-"lanHt-"-"tinUlw"t.lto.:'chunf;covor,-T-  lakes place  in  Victoria,  Excitement-wise,  the Mackenzie Riding campaign had about  as  much   color  and   vigor  ns  a   Gibsons  Village   council   meeling-���strictly  .blah!  But   anyhow,   it's  all   over  now  and  the.  only   Ihing   lofl   to  do   is   sit   hack   and  wall,  Personally, wo would  rather have  -.s(!tMi~th(.v��S()CM'eds'Retdin('ki'ln*ll'"��lhere"wnR''"  a clinic,.- between the lwo, Wc will admit  we were- pulifickih' for ihe  Llheralei bu|  ' dW you "eriii   see  out 'efforts   woron'f ioo  iiolicoabU.', .JiihI  widt  until noxl  lime.  We   havo   always   fell   sll^hlly   sorry  for   IIioho   on   Opportunities   for'  Youth  r  DRIVE WITH  CONFIPEWCIS���  a sq-ftfear starts with good brakes  WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED  TO TURN  DISC  BRAKE  ROTORS  1 Now  oqu Ipme'nf  io compl I mont  our Service Policy.  B  a  ,m���,  0  o  H  B  n  m  a  m  grants    sorry mainly because Ihe pundits  have 'bderi linviWg' it hcydriy '''eriticising  Ihom. So.,, just  lo show some of them  how those programs aro really working  wo thought we'd take a stroll out to  Roberts Creek where a neat little place  (on Ihe outside) calls itself tho Roberts  Creek Genera) Storo, A nico clean story  on what Ihe youth of this area are doing,  ~"we'1 hrttighr'SIt f lhff'luT  hooy.lng It up, but even then wo lot that  go, Upon .oalorlng llio .slol'o, w.Q found  almost everyone In II walking around  with a bottle of beer In his or hor hand;s,  Needless lo nay we wallu.il out in disgust; no slory; no Initiative nnd no moro  fooling sorry,  And ono roador 7sondn along a story  In a Star Wook ly Ikhuo dated 11)011 which  polnls oul thoro aro 200 hlpploH who havo  sol tied  In tho Socholt 'aroa,  ,,t  rwo*;tnmctrpt7ir*19(i''rlW^^  1072," '"'oiVr'" i',6��'t.lbr';''ruHk'H7'' Wcr'i'Mn'V" 'titiiHwor  CONVENTIONAL DRUMS  TURNED  n  a  rirufoPiMioTORs-"  Sunshine Coc^l', Highway  886-7343    ,_  _     Gibsons  '������i��n*w*��"n-w��'n~irir  thai but thoro doosn|,( soom to bo nearly  an many an pooplo In tlio aroa oxpuciocl  .11.la yoar, Tho Htory hIhu m.yw tho Secholt,  aroa Ih ii OO-minulo forry rldo north from  Vancouver,      Ilmnim���Honiolhliig      Imi'l  r'Hhl,   iinlow.   Ihoy aro inolnflltvt.thoftq  fniHti'iillitg  lineups,  " And HomooiK) olno gave uh a broohuro,  OlbtioiiH,  Tho  pumphlot   wiih  apptironUy  printed "ol^'il or nluo" yearn Ufio, .11, nay'ft .,.  GllworiH Ihih a population of 1,000, It alno "  h��,vh  watoirl'ront  loin  on  t|,o  hlul'IV' can  hoJipmihl 1l'rooui}iy,000���swtlh!1 lOpur ooul,  down,   balance   ovor   four    yawn   wllh  _    mnairpayment now and adjiiMtod In Iho  m    fourth yoar If you  wlith, Try and  buy  ��� ""a lot up^thoro^tnrtn.v^foi^HiVylli'lnV^iVorfr  'il"*"i��i*l__ai*"iivfit*,rprico;   molorbytilo' ai'6 ' aclJuHtod   correctly  .... I'll you, ,, .....   ,..,,..,.,..   ,.. ���    ., p.  ���ho nuro all oqulpmont on tho  eyolo   Jh   fu notion, uh, , properly >  hrakoft, and horn,1    ���  ������  dents tend to break into more^distinctly  separate groups; and to find someone who  touches all, or even most, of these groups,  is a near impossibility.  Students governments fall apart because nothing can be agreed upon; there  -:eems tov be  no  common  ground.  Furthermore, activities oidside the  school h.ive grown so much that students  seldom wish to devote their time and effort t.o any school projects when there  are' so  mnny  outside of  the  school.  Hilt   beneath   it   all,  students  are   still  .students,    learning    from,   and    teaching,  ~miiers. Appearances, attitudes, and aspir-  ations  may  change;  but  the  basic  goodness found  in all people still remains;.  -WtMii*a*aia0a<agagM��taiaaMap*aiUa<MMMM%amtfaiMa���Qaa*Ma��mo��ati^M'a  MISS BEE'S     v  &  Wharf Road - Sechelt - 885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  v  Hallmark-Courts cards and wrappings.  Pine English china cups and saucers.  Boutique   items,   local   artists  paintings.  wmutmiw9Hm^m9MMmi*gm9*9m*<*mm*_mm9___*Hm0*wiwt9m  forget the fuss  . leave the work to us  TAKE  OUT  ORDERS  SPECIALTY  THE SMILE IS FREE  BEN'S DRIVE !N  (Across from High School)  Phone 886-7828 - Gibsons  ���by Pastor Gerry" Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THF, ELECTION is over, although we  could soon very well be in the midst  of another campaign, this time federally.  In regards to politics and government  the Christian viewpoint has two main  points. First, to recognize the state and  to obey lawful authority so far as such  obedience does ��� dot conflict with God's  law or Christ's authority, and to intercede for those who hold such authority.  Secondly, for all, and especially the governing authorities, to recognize that God  is sovereign ruler of nations. It is He who  sets up rulers and behind all earthly  dominion   lies   His   authority.  The above is clearly set forth ih  Scripture. Something else that is clearly  outlined in the Bible is a coming leader  ���a premier, a king, who will govern not  only British Columbia but' the.. entire  world. And you should read, about His  policies in Scripture. Space does not permit us to present His agricultural, health,  welfare, and peace programs, but I can  tell you that for the first time in history  we shall have perfect rule ancl authority.  Honesty, jusl ico, love, joy and peace will  prevail.  Yes, Jesus Christ, King of Kings and  Lord of Lords is Aiming again. Are you  prepared lor this great day? Cast your  vole soon by trusting Christ for salvation.  Safe Motoring  THE FELLOW in tho black leather'jacluM  may bo the safest motorcyclist on the  road according lo the Insurance Bureau  of Canada. He is certainly one of iho  mosl sensible because his leather jacket  protects him from serious .injury in the  oveht of an accident.  acla's general Insurance companies, roc.  omme-ndH those .safely praeaulion,H.. lor  molorcycllRts:  ������-alwayH wear n helmet, and Insist that  your  passenger "wears ono.  --���drosM   proporly   to   rldo   a   motorcycle,  Thin nfoan.H heavy clolh|ug, gloves'ai  IxiotH  to  prolo'ct  your  arms  and  ,   In ease of a fall,' p        ������,'������'  ���woar goggloH to avoid got  of dirt  In your oyos,  nl  >'HH  Ing pn rl I el on  motor.  IlKlilN,  ResDecied resident  passes at Sechelt  '.VITH the death of Mrs.'Belly Williams,  Sechelt has lost another long-time  resident. Betty was born in Norlhern Ontario, her parents taking her to Yorkshire, England whilst still a child.    ___  With her husband Archie and daughter Margaret she returned to Canada in  1947, coming direct to Sechelt, and it was-  not long before she opened the first Home  Bakery where the delicious pastries and  broads she made are remembered by  many  old  timers.  Betty gave unstintingly of her time  and talents to promote and further community projects, yntil recently she was  active in both Guides and Brownies and  rose to the office of Guide Commissioner.  A devout worker in the Anglican Church,-  there are many who have happy memories of Betty leaching them to sing in St.  Hilda's choir assisted by husband Archie,  as organist. For the past two years she  was president of the ACW to St. Hilda's  Church, also a member of the St.. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary since its inception.'  Her many friends extend their deepest sympathies to hor husband. Archie,  and daughter Margaret (Mrs, I John.  Webb) and family. She will be sadly  missed by her many friends. As a final  act of service to her fellow men Betty  donated her' remains for medical rese-  arch-this wish has been fulfilled, A  inomqrial so.i;vice, wa,s held at St. Hilda's -  Church Monday September 4th tho Reverend   D.   Popple  officiating,  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  .   dealer for;  ZENITH  1 |V��V_|,|P\��  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  ���T* V -T *  EVERYTHING FOR /  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  W Iff Pf. |p  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  V  OF  DISTINCTION  TO  FIT  EVERY  BUDGET  FROM  KEN DeVRIES  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibson*  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS    * TILES    tf LINOLEUMS  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. ���Friddy Night Til 9 p.m.  ^  Mil!  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Alderson D.C7  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Off ice BuildingSeVhel.\  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  \* 10- a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  HOPKINS LANDING  GENERAL STORE  *     GROCERIES  ir    FRESH^MEAt  Come in and meef  new owners George and  Betty Morgan.  Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily  Sundays:   12:30  p.m.  to  5  p.m.  886-9524  Potters  Various   stages   of  processing  clay    are: -Mrs. Jo Gibson,  Mr.  Daniels, techniques used before the pots are  and building are demonstrated here    little daughter and Mrs. J. Tucker fired. Many of the people taking the  by students working under the sup-    and Sheila Smith.  Smoothing, . slip- course will use their "knowledge to  ervision of Peter Daniels. From left    ping ^and polishing are some of the instruct  younger  people.  .      Designer  Tina Henderson is using the pastry- stage is reached, a great deal of  (Utling technique to make something work has gone into the finding and,  original i'or next Friday's display of processing of natural clay before it  primitive pottery.  By the time  this     is ready for-moulding.  OFY project . . .  Primitive Arts programme  draws much local interest  ��    "4. ,   P  Just like in old times, the children  were recruited to help process the  local clay which has to be worked to  Processing  remove pebbles and. lumps, leaving  the fine clay to be dried. From left:  are Sarah Henderson, Laurelei Sher  idan,   Tom  and  Rob   Gibbons  and  John Spence.  LIVELY ancl interesting primitive arts  programme offered by three young  students from the Kootenay School of  Art has been thoroughly enjoyed by close  lo fifty  people.  Sponsored hy the federal government  under the Opportunities for Youth programme, this has enabled the students to  give valuable instruction to those who  could not otherwise leave their homes  and families to take such courses. In turn  thoy have had a chance to visit Van-  clerhoof. White Rock, Ladysmith and  Sechelt, offering courses of two weeks  duration   in  each   location.  Peter Daniels has been taking 1he.  primitive pottery classes, using local  clays which has had students searching  creek beds for the different types of clay.  This is a hand building technique with no  glaze and low-temperature firing. Many  processes are .'.involved in., the primitive  methods and the results of all the classes  may be seen at St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt  Poet's Corner  ���Your contributions are invited  I  AIN'T  DEAD   YET  by Mary  L.  Husby  in   her   861h   year  My hair is white and I'm almost   blind,  My neck is stiff, I can't liirn my head,  Can't hoar one half Hint's being said.  My legs are wobbly, 1 can hardly wnlk,  But   glory  be,  I  can  surely  talk;  Arid this 'Is" tlio 'message I w^  I'm kIill {.-kicking', and 1 ain't dead yol.  My. joints are sill;    .������-      '  They won't move in their sockets,  Ancl nary n dime have 1 in my pockets,  So maybe you think  I'm a total  wreck,  And lo toll the truth I do look like hock.  on Friday, September 9th af seven p.m.  Nigel Clifton has been demonstrating  batik, an old Javanese art where materials are alternately waxed and dyed to  produce beautiful patterns. Especially  fascinating i.s the "crackle effect'" which  Mr. Clifton .tells us is sometimes used to  give a stained-glass window effect, when  the   cloth   is   laminated   to   glass   panes.  Hope Norris, is conducting an outdoor  painting class at Crowston's Campsite at  Porpoise Bay, and the Times hopes to  visit  that  class  this week.  These three students from. the Kootenay School of Art all hope to take the  Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Notre  Dame University and already their tech-  ing ability  is  outstanding.  The Anglican Church is donating use  of the hall for display purposes and the  School BoardJias-been generous in allowing use of facilities at Sechelt. Mr. and  Mrs. Crowstoh have extended their hospitality to the students and their lovely  grounds for the painting classes and  everyone comments that it has been a  very enjoyable experience.  ORGANIC  & BEER  MAKING INGREDIENTS  from  Wine TArt  ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH  THE ORGANIC WINE YOU  MADE YOURSELF  IN  SEPTEMBER.  SECHELT ��� 885-9833  GIBSONS ��� 886-7213  A. SIMPKINS  BRICKLAYJER  HAS  MOVED  .  .  R  Now across from the  Selma  Park Store       Phone 885-2688  HORSE SHOW  SEPTEMBER 16  at  10 a.m.  Brushwood Farm  TOP  OF  PRATT ROAD  GIBSONS  *  For Entries Call  886-7147  On Display '  Waiting to bo fired are somq, of tho   o'heris 'wondering,' tho torso in the od hy the Elementary School stu-  clay pots and figiu'ines made during    background is a painting on the wall dents and which has been used ex-  last wook's class" using local clay,    of Secholt Elementary School's tonsively during tho summer noli-  Esp^pteilly Interesting are the hues   '''dustbin'', a recreation room paint- days,  and texture of the articles. If any- ���  "���  Bui still, I do hnvo n whole Iol of fun,  Ancl my howl with joy Ih kUII overrun.  I've lots of good Irloncl.s, no kind nnd  HO   NWGOt,  And  Hill I  mnny   moro  Ihnl   you'll   novor  mool,  v  Oh, this,Is n wondoi'ful world of ours,  Shndo and Him.shlno'nhd'hGnutlful flowoi'R,  So,���Just'you tnko ll from mo, you foot," ���  I'm Kind I'm living, nnd nol dond yt.it.  I'va .'.fjot corns on my fool.and  Ingrown,  noils,  And do thoy hurl?. J-Ioro In .plain .  llUlRlMKO fnlln,  To toll you my tmublon, ll would luko  too loiifi, '���' '"'"' " '"''" 7"':"-"   '"���. "7"'  If I trlod to, you ��wuroly would rIvo  mo tho hour.  I RO to church nnd Sunday whoo! loo,  For I lovo tho story tlml In ovor now,  Ai.d��whon��J��ronoh4ho*(Jnfl-of��mv-r()wy��  I hopo lo my lion von ly homo to ro,  And thon wlion' 1 Ion vdf'tliii* "iVdiTfio of clay,  If, you llHton oloHoly, I'm diilto npi to m\y,  "Woll, follu'i, 1'vo lofi. you, but .don't  you i'oi'Rot,  I'vo JiiRt punM.'d on, hut I'm not dond  yot,"  Branch 140 Royal Canadian Legion  * DA 111 GE*  m.vH"4n.-iri��. 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' ���      ��� ���John Atkjns  > ���Douglas G. Wheeler, Publisher'^      .'"*'  ranntan{vtnM!fvtaaMaaawafafafift��wiMff��afaffafanaarawanft*tfaawtnn��if��n��vafa#v'afa��tm  A New   Era  About   To Begin  SOCIAL Creditors were shocked and  despondent^-New Democrats were  shocked but jubilant, and to be sure, it  is probable that not one person anywhere anticipated the devastating landslide that took British Columbia by  .^tuiim^last-Wednesda-y.^-UgusL-3Utli-   Twenty years of tremendous achievement wits abruptly written off and van-  other era is about to begin. What lies in  store for the province is anyone's .guess  but clearly the people sought socialism,  and. socialism they now have, whether  it be for better or for worse.  The new Premier, Dave Barrett, deserves great credit for his highly successful canipaign and is lo be commended lor his immediate recognition of the  endeavors of Premier W. A. C. Bennett. His task from now on will be unenviable for the dies cast over the past  twenty years' will prove" difficult to  match. Added to that is the fact that  he will be under great pressure from  labour which now virtually includes the  teachers.  When the British labour party was  elected to office after the last war, that  country entered a stage whereby inses-  sant wage claims, demands for shorter  hour and the. sorry attitude "we now  have our boys in power and can get  whatever wc wish"' had the country on  the verge of bankruptcy within a few  short years. It was very clear that this  type of attitude will ultimately lead to  self-destruction.  In the case of Great Britain���the  very people who elected a socialist government were responsible for throwing  il out. It was re-elected some years kiter  but was a rather wiser body and one  which withheld the onslaughts of labor.  In the process, it lost the popular union  vote but did succeed in carrying out a  reasonably creditable job. -  This will prove a dilemma facing Mr.  Barrett. He has, in the past, disassociated himself from such control and if  he is able to govern reajistically with-  -out-outside-pressures��� afid-Hrtoter-ab-e-i intervention, then there is no reason why  his ideas\ and innovations should not  prove  beneficial.  Should he permit himself to fall  victim to dictates of union leaders then  it will prove a sad day for the province  and a short term of office for the new  administration. It has been said that  Barrett has an abundance of very "able  people in his government. If such is the  case then each should be capable of  making decision without outside pressures. This, of course, applies equally to  labour and management for it is just  as bad being controlled by industry as  "by labour.      7  Post mortems on the demise of the  Socreds will continue for months, probably years, to come but there is no simple answer. The reasons are many-  over confidence, some arrogance, Bill  33, things have been too good for too  long and "we need a change". Such  things arc difficult to define but they  do  happen.  One significant fact emerging from  the election is that the public will, when  roused, exert itself and take decisive  action. Mr. Barrett therefore has four  years to prove himself, and our parliamentary system provides adequate means  by which a swift change, if necessary,  might be implemented.  One thing is certain���we have an  extremely interesting period ahead of  us!  /&��  Z@kMtiB��m\  ^iiimiiiiiKiiiiiiiiuiiiuii-iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiHiiaiinniimg  2* v,'V^?&�� VV;��^*^*��*fc*F��.  B ERNIE'S  SUPERMARKET LTD.  .     formerly EocM  Complete   Line   of   Gifts, f  Groceries, novelties  7 QPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and  Pat Shalagan  Hwy 101  Phone 885-9414  luiiiuummiuiiiiimiiiiiuiiinimg  'Sorry, we're not allowed to sell war toys.  But we're having a special on guns in our sports  department!"  Dispatch from the farm . . .  Raising suspended barns  The Great   Trudeau Dilemma  WHAT an unenviable position our present Prime Minister has been in  for the past year or so? The day fast  approaching for the calling of a new  election while the reputation of'the Tru-  deau-led government sinks deeper and  deeper into a quagmire of disenchantment.  Leaders of any government face -ups  and downs during their tenure of office  and invariably await a high tide of renewed popularity before calling an election. Obviously it would be inopportune  lo seek re-election al a time when the  ruling parly is experiencing a wave of  doubl   and   hostility.  As head of a government which has  failed to create any tides of popularity,  Mr. Trudeau has been facing quite a  dilemma, with time running out and  conditions steadily deteriorating. Little  wonder he recently became hostile to  reporters for continually asking for an  election date! Poor Trudeau��� simmering in a cauldron of his own concoction.  Very little, if anything, has favourably marked the pasl four years of Tru-  deau adm'mist,nUion.; It has -proved one  fiasco after another. The sloppy Opportunities for Youth program has perhaps  won ;i few long-haired votes biif lost the '  large support of those who work and  pay lhe shot. His total disregard I'or lhe  plight of senior citizens while hiking  ���_, 5IJ !iV��� ��a)' l "J ^ s��. .11 >.7i���..��� p U i ,s.... i nun y ,���.t> i tl c ��� be n -���.���  el'ils. I hen we had, lhe abominable situation whereby our federal Liberajs sought  lo   hatlle  inl'liition   hy  creating' iiivein-  "' ���    .���rT1��,ubllflh'eaiWo'dnbiWiii^'"W'''Sccl.oir''  ' on IJ.C.'h Siumhlno Const  by  "  Powell Rlyc'r'News Town Crior*,'.' 7'" "  Secholt Times Lid.  Box 310 -Secholt, B,C.  , , Su.bNCi'lpllcyi Rules! (In uclvi.nco)  Locui, .() per yonr. Doyoiul 35 miles, $7,  U.S.A., $9. OvornoHN, $10.  Servian the area from Pari Mellon to'lZiiiiwrit  (Howe Sound lo Jcrvh Inlet)  ���#**��*V*<a>#*#M������***��'*������f��^^  ployment, thereby establishing an unemployment record. Very many unsavoury departmental activities, too many  to relate, have all added to an unbelievable record of catastrophy,   .  As opposition leader Robert Stanfield said some months ago 'if I thought  for one moment that the Trudeau government would actually accomplish-anything in the next several months, I would  encourage the Prime Minister to stay in  office. 1 would say, yes, by all means,  delay the election beyond the normal  time. Fulfill your threat and stay on  until the middle .of 1973 if it will do  any good for Canada.  "T��at is what I would say if I  thought lhat there were anything to be  gained for Canada���but 1 don't.  V'l don't think so because the Trudeau government has already had four  years to show what it is capable of.  "It has shown a great deal of capacity for creating unemployment and dissipating confidence, ll has, too, shown  considerable capacity for that type of  confrontation with individuals, groups  ���������and--provincial- governments alike which  makes future co-operation all the more  difficult, if not impossible, on any basis  ���of - mutual trust,    ��� -    " ���������    ���-' -     "ll has shown its capacity I'or drifting with any tide until all sense of direction is lost, Tluit government has been  in .power, four years. Far, from solving  lhe problems that faced our country it  has made n great many of them worse.  "That is' 'why I have no hesitation  in saying that this government has no  right  io  ask   for  an  extension  of the  normal maximum time allotted' to governments by Canadian tradition".  r^iMi'zStaiilleldiw'as'rxitiltKeopreci^hvlri^v  'assessment' of the Ti'ucloau government'  ami, certainly, w|io would possibly be  .,(ielleii���iiifgrnied'/7l'l��e,.iiicredible,aetlvi-v,,p  ties' oj' this "'government' are'ninny and ���  varied. A great number of departmental  blunders we  know, many we do not.  Jlowever, during the period loading up  to the long awaited olectlon, it will bo  our inlontron of revoallng somo of the  .examples of incompetence.-.and -stupidity   which have led lo what assuredly will  bo the downfall of Trudoiuilnm.  ���) s-kiii!i<W1'*s-7.,.4,., 'i'i  .mm  "He must hambought  all his Back fo School  ��� .J9LoJ.b?fL I rotp���S  UNCLE MICK".  mil.Hill.HIIM..MM.HI HIIMMUM'MMMM1UIMttn��MP��IT������tnm��.(f.)miT-l|Wt!l��l  UNCLE  MICK'S  DacK-to-School  ���    ;*V-5lio|��f,-r"  Trail Day Centre, Secholt    j        , .4 ...  A GENTLEMAN writes to inquire if I  remember the suspended barn. The  day of such barns is gone and I'm sure  his interest is academic, but the same  principle is used now in aircraft hangars  and other structures where a large area  needs to be free of supporting posts. But  building a barn then and erecting something now are not comparable, and in its  day a suspended barn was far more cunning than a covering for 20 acres made  with cranes from prefabs. I do remember  suspended barns, and we had a shed made .  that way, sort of. The idea was that we  could back in buggies and harrows wfth-  out having supports in the way.  There seems to be a delusion nowadays about raising a barn. It was not a  spontaneous social occasion when a crowd  gathered to build a barn, between noon  and supper, but was really the culmination uf a long getting-ready.Jn those days  of one-man farms, anybody who thought  to put .up a barn began  by  cutting and  hauling  his   timbers.   If   a   sawmill   were  handy,   it   would   be   used,   but.   in   the  earlier   days   hewing    was   routine,   and  even   if  some   timbers   were  squared   at  the  mill, many  round logs were used as  well. The facing edge of a log could be  hewed, and the critical ends shaped, so the  effect  would be  an 8x8,  but the  timber  itself might otherwise be 15 inches thick.  Lumber  was  the  least  of their worries,   and   they   needn't   stint.   With   his  foundation ready, a man would lay out  his sills, and then fit his studs and plate.  Not a standing, but flat on the ground, or  on wooden horses, where he could handle  the heavy timbers'by himself. He would  hew and shape, fit. and fashion, mortise  .and,...notch,..,until ,at,last he,.had, all, four  walls of his barn frnnied und'ready to be  hoisted   to  tbe  vortical. Each  corner,  al  some .distance from its eventual, position,  was  precisely, measured- so it. would fil  whon the day came.  The actual  lifting was done by oxen  and horses,- using a shears and double-  .��4pulluy��,Uic,klcv*,.Tho...��n.uuhuui^^  of   lho  pulleys   not  only   made  tho   lift  oaslor for lho animals, bul it slowed Ihu  hoist; so men had tlmo to see how things "���'���     "'"���    "  went, und lo prl/,0. the sills Into posit Ion  on lho foundation, Tho Job wasn't rip und  tour hullabaloo done In Jolly mood, bul.  wus a precise manipulation done modci-  ,..,ate"j(:,,,.^  "'(tTTvoi'i hbmo.'lh lho, peak, Ihoro.would,bo ���. (  tho traditional colobrallon, bul tho notion  that a dtuieo wus hold on tho floor thai  .,iil_shl,4,la.ruthci7,moro���of, a,,TV,i.��hlot���tluu.  vl'ttct,1 The1 boat'dlntf and roal'Jni.. and floor-   ln<_, woro left, to the owner--ll was thu  raising thai required alilhands,  ���  ... ..Tho heft of qui ordinary., bnrn.w".? lu-.,,   < ., ,      ���   ���,  creased froinohdously'wlion lho floor' was   ''  suspended, S'tross and strain,Umbers had ,    " .  to bo mortlsoc" lilto their proper j.Iii.'.'n   to'carry'lho woii.lil (if IhiV floor. Tho li'nn " ' "'  '  rodH  would  lie  fashioned  by  the  local  blacksmith, who turned uu oyo on onn  one! and cunHliruad on InTnm.or, iTo*r_H(i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  made  tho  nuts  on  tho  anvil,   aiid   lho  platen" that  served  to   I'ai'ry  lho  floor"   t'lmhen?. Kuch rod coming down-, of eouiw),  _..J.ook���.Jl)Q,i|rplaco.,A,of.v,a,,,jipHt.,.,ca.',,,iii!.iHoiiry. ,   , ,  honooth, arid would hnvo li, hold up lho  namo weight, kaylnn oul, and I'ltUnu llio  trusswork that made this posslblo wan a  cnnsidornhlo' Jobol' -cunnliiR and kimw-           "how,- particularly nvlion'^'ounvcro'wni'ldnR���" ������-<��.-.��.���������  alone and doing: Inon. thu hurtrtonl.il.  Our shod wllh tlio mispondud Infl win:  not orlfiinally dohliimnl uh mu'Ii. II. wm.  40 foot JonKi a|ul hud a row of ponln up  tho middle, whliih linnuidluloly proved In  bo Jn thp wrouH ,l>lai'uti, If lho Iniftny wan    ' ,    ���  In, yoti nnuldn't j'uit' tho hayraUu nut, The  snlullon was to luH'Somiv Irniv rods, huh  pond U19 beams, and KnoeH dowii ihe  ^poHtspwhU'li-wustaHnon-doiKi-und  llio. shod'a much halter nlaro |o stun' V  vehlolc��nnd equipment, ���HuHho-'pnckrnt  lomUii'clod of my flrahdfu'hor were not   ' '  , considered  and  wlum  tho cliatmo wuh  nindo thoy didn't ��o up and bolt in oxlru  ������thQ��fl)iftd��!ookRd*'uM^^  ��ft supported.. '7  , But CTrHndfalhoi' buiaiu.unlnn lho lull  ��� for his caeho of (till Iroiu- In Ihoso days you  fixed thlnr,s, and Ifjho reupor phased nm  you��� could perhaps w'lro up an old h|n|(|,  and suyo tho crop, Huei'tJHfil'ul I'm mini;  depended on huvlnn a haultluu Vf old  binges and assorted othcra to turn to u*  occasion required, and Gramp never  threw anything away if he thought it  might come in handy  to fix a pump or  hold up a broken tailgate while he marketed the sheep. If something snapped,-  he would go up in the shed loft, stir  around amongst his old iron, and fetch  down his repairs. Thus, after many years  of taking things up, and only an occasional taking down, the weight accumulated until the suspended shed took  on a saddleback and swaysided contour  that belied the premise of suspended architecture. It got so nobody dared to go  ih and get the buggy, but the old shed  stood   until   the  night   it   burned.  RENT THE POWER AUGER  FOR  POST  HOLES, WATER TESTS,  ETC.  SUNSHINE  RENTALS  Davis Bay  885-2848  'RelyprvMi  ?for Experts  REPAIR  Stones &\  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  New Swiss Enicar  Watches���$45 - $100  700% Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  'IIMlnWWW-IB-lWnilHHHWHIIWn-l^^ 1  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421  lam  urn  2nd  Anniversary Sale  Sechelt  885-9305  SUMMER'S OVER  FALL IS HERE;  FILL YOUR FREEZER  WITH  BEEF, PORK,  CHiCKEN AISD OEER . . .  GLYNNTRACY  Garden Bay Store ��� 883-2253  "Fine Moots for Fine People"  ORLON���                                       AAC           DOUBLE KNITS OR KNITTING OO0  4 oz _    77 WORSTED���3  oz.    77  POLYPROPYLENE��� AAC MOHAIR OR CRUSHED AAC  4 oz.*       _____   ...   77 VELVET���2 oz. _____   77  TASLAN��� Q<t|C RUBAN  OR MARDI-GRASS STRAWS���  2 pkgs  ���_.._.   77 Regular ^ AAC  89c pkg. 4B  pkgs. 77  WHITE BUFFALO INDIAN WOOL��� P 9 P 9  8 oz. *__     jSt__ PRECUT RUG WOOL��� JLAC  pkg   A��tg7 Regular 75c. 2 oz. pkg.  '"'7  SPEED-O-WEAVE  TWINS��� PRECIOUS POODLE KIT���  ;^lar 4-99    5^,ar 2.49  FLOCKED FRUIT��� CARIBOU JEANS��� I  BfJU.. 59��    ��*':_. 1.....4-99  PANTY HOSE (in 9 colours), reg: 99c 79c  ANYTHING ON JOKE RACK 20.% .OFF   CROCHETED SHRINKS- DRESSES - SHAWLS - HATS  . ���< . '��� ��� CUTOM WORK DONE ���,-���,.���<,  ' BRONZED BABY SHOES - ALL KINDS OF BEADS            .FANTASTIC PATTERN SELECTION  SALE ENDS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th  MUMki  __*  m*m  itiiV *nA,U!jP.fl!i|t-Rh>-. ��� JM*'^1^*^ lW*W*<_ ff^Mf*��'*(fl*>��!'tlsrf*>nl*t'i.i? !w  IA-. tfiJ**<^fc^'*!��M,'fi':flA,'fci|,^  VH-TI"T>r4^,  dM-Mrttt^Mbrt^tic^aVs tn(<������h  probably coricGrnGd'with'tho high cost of financing --borrowing"" ��� ������"   "  monQy��� or.buying on credit, We're Jusl as concerned at the Royal Bank and  Hint's wlif ITOur��rnf 1^^ our customers '  various saving plans to help put money -away lor yvhatever they're- ���������  planning, a vacation, or that 'Big .Buy'....,.,,,, ,,,c.,...,..' 1,;...���.��� ,....,.,  And saving Isn't all that diflloult once you    ''       ������'������'>  jg9tslar]Qjd,Soco,ii]pJi|.and,u,eo .,_���, , ,,��������� ,.,������,^,..,,,.7v'lii^ll..i.������.���������..������ .,n,.���, .,  how easily wo can holp  Community Corner  Sgpl, 6���9;30 o,m. Toq.OII, LqcIIou UqcK��Io.  ;   twpi,   fl���/  p.m,   Si,- Hildn'tt Hn|l7* Swclwll,��� ��� "'  I'llmlllvii, Ail Dlhploy,  l*i!|il. 16--7i30 |),m, OHjiiumu UIiiik. CIhI) Clui  loi  llti'iiM-iul, lilplilnaliiiH. Aiiillliiiliiin,  Sept,  16���ilOiOU o,m. Urm��liwooi  p i    Min, liuibo lihuvv, . ,  Ff  KeitlrDQffy;  ROYAL BA(_ii��  fioiiliull,  ���Tolophoiio;UUl)-^01  ���rip-  P*��.^lNs*i  \\  !���  i .  "> V. \  Around 7"/i6 Harbour  \  PTP.F.T ppnpral mppt.ng_.lh7. cejj,_.Qn.__of I tie  Pender Ilarh.-.ur Lio'iv. Club will b?  held Wednesday Hept.-mher G-th &( 7 p.m.  at the Pcndei' Harbour Hotel. Lions boat  raffle tickets are still available at $2 a  ticket. Draw will tal^e place on September 29th. The raffle is for a 14 foot fiberglass boat complete with trailer and 25  h.p. motor. To purchase tickets contact  any Lions member or watch for the post-,  ers around the harj.our where they are  available. .    .  MEETINGS  Community Club executive meetings  will begin again Tuesday September 12 at  7...0 pm, .Executive meetings" will continue on the second Tuesday of each  ���month this season.  FIRE  DEPARTMENT  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Department have _ purchased three foam  eductors with $750 received through' the  Civil Defence assistance. Two of the  eductors have arrived and the third is  on its way. These are used specifically  for the boat fires. ' ?  '  -b.y Diana  Bomford���phone. 883-2440..;  The pdifrtrirr attach onto a fireNh'osp  and use a ii\vi\p.all.in ' pail of", loam to  ���-,���....//. oul-������!).. tiaHW:. < >n<" t'diii'Uir r \>>'pt ,  in Madeira - Pa*-... ��� ih. other in U:inlon  Bay. The third, when it arrives, will be  housed on Captain Bill Thompson's boat  in   Garden   Bay.  The fire department is. now inquiring  into financial assistance from the federal  government for equipment used to fight  fires on the five federal docks in the-  area. Up until now the department has  been providing protection- for those docks  but receiving no financial aid for\loing  so.  School is in again and drivers are  ac.kwl In watch for school children at bus  loading stop;;. Corporal Alan de St. Remy  ���reminds drivers that when a sehoolj.us is  sITrppTHl^wniTvl^^^TgnTs^l^TTng', traffic1  from both directions must stop and not  proceed until the children have boarded  or have been discharged and the lights  have stopped flashing; or traffic may  proceed if flagged on by the bus driver.  NEW TEACHERS  Three new "teachers have come to-the  X  school this term. Mr^ Brent Rees from  Vancouver will be teaching'grades 5 and  (i repl;u'in��XMiss Dnvidsni^ who has gone  to /;il\.oi,s7Mr.' Rees. will be Reaching  full time and ��� has had special training  in  phy.-iral  education.  ���T.1,..'  T.l.  u v  Ha*  from    RX'^.tand.  ��� i  .;,,/ ���;... .u���"���'������  liewgilf lias dad .-.'pivuV (raining mi music.  She\replaces Miss McKee who has also  gone to  teach   in  Gibsons.  Miss Margot Ostergard who specializes in drama,' will be teaching grades  2 and 3 replacing Miss MacKenzie who  has decided to try teaching in Davis Bay.  CHAMBER  MEET  . K.vccu1iv<> meeiini; of the Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce will be held  m the b.ome rd' Mark .Myers, Monday  September It. at ;.! pm, All executive  lntmbeis aie asked to turn out.''  ,\  Readers Right  \S/iprf Story  i  ipipM.  The  Times, ( '.. ��� 'x  p/    Pi. lure   the scene in  your  mind;  i ....... .:���   !\,   I'-.ir  '.\ioo��   tho  \\l<'h\vaV  :r ;:,).';.���.,.   ./   .../<���   il/.st://_(l!   b7'l'U'c'.'n    fllV  car und the car ahead of me. As we  nuind a curve near the. top of a small  li.:!. brake lights suddenly" flare up in  front of me. I slam on my brakes and  7ido to a stop barely missing the car  ahead. The car behind me goes through  die- same performance to avoid hitting  me. _ .. .     ,     . .  l-cur-ie at the driver in front for pull-  iii;: ��� uch a stupid trick vbu1 .immediately  li:��p. to ..wallow my own words as I see  the cause of his emergency stop. An-  ��� ���tlirr person had decided to ride his  i" -.peed, 11) mph bicycle down my high-  u.iy dn my pavement   which was.  laid at  7\  V  ,.!.;  ^-i^ftS^V*^  ���V^-V^'^V.  Wednesday, September 6, 1972      The Peninsula Times  Ptt-gij B-5  greater part"*.!- which goes to road' taxes.  1   bus   my   oil,   tires   and   grease,   all   of 7  which-are   la":ed'  with-  -pprial   regard   to  r.,arl   up-l;eep,   I^ i,n\    mv   in"urat\cp   and _  ,i!i,' ii,ii.(i^uyy   '.''^AV.-'Ov   v. , -u   4s<A  T^*^'....  for   road^;-  1   also   pay " tax" Tin    by   $400  automobile   part   of   which   goes   towara1-. ���  road. Last lout not least. I buy my licence  plates every year ana the best excuse the   \  government  can   give  for this $35   fee  is  that  it  builds roads. ���  A  shook-up driver S...K.  l5EDILl\KE  Sechelt,  Plamiiii  in' Cd?-iuif   .foMesy Gothic''Arches,  Saunas.  Hornes  remodeled ���-  Nothing too s^mall.  885-9Q60 - 525-1315  Box 782, Sechelt, B.C.  SUNBURNED   EYES  Yes, your eyes can get sunburned and  you pfiobably won't even know it's happening, cautions The Canadian National  Institute for the Blind. Don't look directly at the sun even with dark glasses.  Ultra-violet rays can damage eye tissue  without   warning.  "myt'ost  ior my :>07*mph ca"i\  The preeeeding short story is simply  a recital of something that happens at  least 50 times a day in various parts of  our area. Sometimes the results are a  iittle more than shattered nerves. Often  it is shattered** cars' and human beings.  The  danger   is  apparent   to   any   driver.  I  buy my gas, $8 to $10 a week,  the  IATON CLA  *    REGISTER AT 886-2767     -  MRS. PAT MURYN  LESSONS $10 PER MONTH  FOR 1   HOUR A WEEK  Sunshine  usiness directory  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  ART SUPPLIES  DALL1S STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY $11.25 gal.  Cowrie  Street- -  Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deoler for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine' Rd: & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  . ���AUTO  SERVICES^  BUILPING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  *  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G&W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Bos 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES   DIAL,    Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  CONTRACTORS (Cont.)  FURNACES  P.V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7375^_  Office rTours 8:30 a.m. tp 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and  Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks -  Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank, interest  Ten years to nay  For free estimates���Call 581-6136 collect  Complete line of appliances  NURSERY  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CL__XNM"T *~ "  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SiMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before  Installation  R   BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C..  Phone 886-2551  PAUL'S MASONRY  "STONE  IS THE GAME  2\  PAUL IS THE NAME"  Also fireplaces,  slate patios and  barbecues  Phone 886-7454 ��� eves. 886-2809  PEN  ENTERPRISES  -Supfiiiei^���Gnd���Q-pplicatorg of  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  .Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK  E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal  Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday .--*���������--���  886-2248  PAINTiNG  &  DlCORATiMG^"  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O.  Box 94,  Sechelt,  B.C.  Phone 885-2107  -PWWV_SHSIO-^ISIOH**EATHVIG���  CHARTER  BOATS  t >  it?  i  _ i -1  I*  ���a  ���v.  h>n_r  h*i  w  l.v ,  r,:.  f.i  v.  i  RADIATOR SHOP  Take  the   HEAT  OFF   Your   Engine  Cooling  System  Repairs,  Autos - Trucks  - Tractors -  Oil   Coolers,.- ,.Hea|   Exchangers  -   Repair   -  Cleaning - Recqring  ALL DAYrAND EVERY DAY  "'4/l'bv'^lLE'''WEST'o?':FLUME RD7& 'HWY'Toi  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes the difference;  ..'  BANKS  _ROYAL..BANK OF-CANADA  ,  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  HOURS:  Socholt! Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p,m.  Fri, 10 a,m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.��3 p.m, ^  Gibsons: Mon.-Tliurs, 10 a.m."3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m.^.f-.m.  BLASTING    CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina  Cruiser;  Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 893-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor,.885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing' Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY CLEANING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pander Harbour - 883-2403  VACUUM CLEANING  �����������, Stoyes ��a nd ��Ch imney s���,.�����,��  Call 886-2834 after 5 >m.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ....-LTD. ,  Fill," Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock; etc,  Box 89, Madelrq Park  Phone 883-2274  TED'S BLASTING  "   ALU WORK:.FULLY INSURED  Paiamanfe'-' Pr|Y��>Yr>y�� ��Soptk Tanks  COAST DRYWALU  DrywalI. and Tenured ceilings  Free Estimate  , .������ ^hono 886-7643 .������,,.,,  Stump. - Pitch Llno��   Cail'For A Froo"E��ilmato Any Tlmo  TF.D PONLEY     fonrlor Horhour 083-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES*  For Expert Blasting  -1 ���L, FREE.; ESTIMATES.;:,__  Phono 885-2304 L, C. Emerwn  If No Answer lea.a Mossafld qt '  ....,,,     885:��326.'   rt.^J^^Seoh^ BA^^/  BUILDERS  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  Sang ���" GrapVQi and  .LightCloarlng�����and,.Excavqllng . ,  ,, Phono 886-7ld9 aftc* 5 p.m,  iriTlHI SWANSON LTP.  READY-MIX CONCRFTE     .  ,     Sand and Gravol - Backhota ,  i^Jmmu Dishing r Excavations ;,���,.��� ^.���.,  "  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Pox 172, Secholt, B.C.  Cascare  Pre-Cast Stone and  Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick 884-5315  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs,  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  Phone 886-7244  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062  Residential ancl Commercial, Maintenance and   Design, 24 Hour Answering Service,  FREE ESTIMATES  Bob Lambert        886-7605 Ed Dollmky  Wyngaert Road-Suia-hlna Coast Highway  Box 860 - Gibsons  ,,^.:,.���.;...-���...N,..���.,..,j,,--7-7.r..~H lrr.�����.,.^T"  ,"������ ~���.��� ��� .."   ���   . ������  Lr ���������������.   ���  ���  Pondar Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  .       wirTng'of all types  .Residential - Industrial > Commercial,..  All work guaranteed - Froo ostlmatos  JpoMcCann, Pox 157, Madeira Park        (  Phono 883-9913  ii >  O���H.IHIW...I, -a���ll ....,-.l.|  ii. >���.i i.i.ii-i.      ii    i|   ' .JIM McKENZIE '   ���      ELECTRICAL, CONTRACTOR  RflSltf.mfirWnTfir��^  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885^9978  Box 307, Secholt, JB.C.  *     0LAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential - Commercial Vyirlng  Phone 886-7816  HALL  SHEET METAL &  HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164. Sechelt, B.C;  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL    *  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON FIAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  '      Phono 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  ROOFING AMP  FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES _  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makss  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832 SecfoH  'Welcome to The Flborshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERYICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  -���"������Spray'Buffing"-*Win-low cleaning' *���*"*'**  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C; ���  JOHNSON'S  BUILPING MAINTENANCE  jSpoclalUlniJ In; __     . __  *PdperHa|fffilrwJnW  77,7,'Rug''Cleaning. All typos of, Building  ���   Maintenance, Floor Installation.*,  Window Cleaning,  PHONE 085-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Socholt, B.C.  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Plpefitting - Steamfltting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  LTD.  Govt, Certified Plumber   ���   2j Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ~ SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  ,,,..w,Ray Cootcs886-9533,-,886-7872.^,,>^  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING CHEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERYICE WORK  Gov't, Certified Plumber ���>��� ���  ������, Phone-883-2720  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  .    All Brands Availablo  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a,m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  t��iMtK��Sjfl iljnkssw*!  Pa* 63  ���*,.,  ,'Mtfdelrq Park, B.C.  RENTALS  MACHINE SHOP  At tho Sign of tho Chovron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERYICE LTD.  Machine Shop r��� Arc and Acty Woldlna  Steel Fabricating ���. Marino Ways  AqWrtiqtlVo*��nd*iMarln��*Repfllri,~--  Standard Marino Station  PhonV 886-7731  M. ��86-99567���8��-V3��*  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equiprncnt  ,,i- Sunshine Coast '.Highway and'  ' Franclfi Peninsula'Road  Madeira Park  Phono 883-258?  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAC*  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log" Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  T:v.,^rrotrJ     ^^  SUNSHINE COAST T.V7 SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ���    ELECTROHOME  and    ZENITH    DEALERS   Gordon Oliyer'*--���Ed-���|s|lcho|son--'----r.r'-,!i:-J*'--  ln The Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Box 799, Sechelt .       885-9816  . ,    CLOSED ON MONDAYS           UPHOLSTERY  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Pavh Bay  MJARIWE SEBVICES  .^CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FdR ALLOTYPES OF BASEMENTS  FASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Comp'lolo Instnicilotia Prbvlclod  FISHER FORM RENTALS  ~������"J 886-9951"^"���^���**���  , TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES �� PRE-FAB HOMES  High QuolHy . . . Raawnobls Prlco*  Buy a pacKago and Wt It younolf, or got  V our profosslonal help.  OAPtDtiM HAY, B.C, .>hono Hym. ��� 15^-3/31  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing �� Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill -'Road Gravol - Crushed Rock'  Phones Secholt 005-9550   R & S BACKH6E  RR No. 1, Madeira Park, B.C,  Yf, Rousseau ��� Phono 883-2302  _ **'VVowaTrC^0^P^S0*'���*"���"  Land Clearing" Road'Pulldlrig'  Troo Topping - Solootlyo Logging  PETE DUPOIS  Telophono 883-2417  R.K. .1, Madeira Park, tf.C.  FUEL  ��lpWWfl,it-,,,,,1,uw  Lsso  RNIE VYIDMAN  for-all-yoMr-  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAt, ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  "Mttdo1rawPark7"^iCr^^  For Your Fuel Supplies  ��� DANNY WHEELER  ytour  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopklna Landing  Your ChrynlflY Dcalo'r for Salos'ahd Sorvlco  REPAIR SHOP   Parklno;and Moprage'Avallablo - ~~  TILLICUM PAY MARINA  Colin and Evolyn McKlnnon  Jim and IrlR Mlllor  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  ;:;.::." 7'     bqs^ioo  ...!' Wo Ront.orSoll Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions  Roto Tlllora �� Comant Mixers - Lawn Rakos  Mechanic's Tools  PHONG 885.2848 ��� M HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS 083-21 SI  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstorlnji - Restyling"- Complete Drortfi)  St��rYlqa - Samples shown Iri rho"homo'""'  Pliono 806-2050  RETAIL STORES  ^Bmk*^m^>����y<^^��tf0^'^^')t^  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marino Ways, to 42'  ..mn����i <��i,i�� nail iii ainVm mi n"!,, ��a> -B-v^wwawawwwwMWBB faa ��*H����_w���� ww ��jwAj|j��i(Jmai��i*��n<itai(a����M*naa��pjw*^n  Boflom Repairs >  883-2535  Bq\ 7 m Gdrilbn Pay, P.Ci   an. '���  IVIOVIMGril|ld^STOB/yGE^   ��� ��������������� ���   !�������  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving,. Packing. .Storaao  , Packlnn Malorlals For Solo  Member'of- Allied Van, "Linos/;  Canada's No,  I Mpvors  Phono 606-2664, RR 1, Gibson., B.C.  0 H S HARDVYARB  SECHELT, P.C,  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713   ,    r  vsp^m^'!0ffW4rptin.i^4.  USE THIS  BUSINESS DIRECTORY'  TO RPACH  ,. Kio>000, PEOPLE. ,,..  THE'TrMESr8'8S^(55Sr  MtAmmMmtmi44Ut44M99m4mi4m*vii9��m44i4tmmm4��i9m4mmmmt9>i*  ^THE-fOGGEltY"  atpffSBiit.* iu wiiumvqt^'Ua  u^tHAf#4��m��  fit  tf4hf��v  nwaV^WPiw HWHtfyMMi  MHaHWWWl. *WMIlli*#XV>*<ite*91*ttl��&nfinit>. *!'���MWWaJMWf a>Ma1 WfalV  *  wa4fr)9irat4'4fyi&m&#a0&&  Ladles' and Children's Wear'  Open six days a WffoK  Phone 885-2063  ��.Cowrl��+St'roptr*S����holl"��'"   it  ^   l��en% Harbour - 883-2S13  HARPOUR SUPPlLI^,   ���  Electrical  -   Plumbing' - Appliances  ,'   TVs�� Furniture ancl Carpets  P.O. Pox 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Franch, Ponlrtsula  n  TOTEEV3 CLUB  BINGO  FlilPAYSr8:6Q*b;iiir  Jackpot $300  . $75 TO '00',..  #: poan pm*�� *  m9mmmt4tt4494m4Hi��9494>iM��9mm4i>0tmi94>rmmmmmmmmm99m49i4m  A  '&_\**. V  ;\  ,v  V'  \  ��i^jyajaii.au.tf">J.Ljfwy��-yi.t|w..  7  _** *\* * ~ - *'   "^  _____________V '  +  +  -   j  _   ��� .  '    .'  \  w  -> Appointment  Tho Royal Bank of Canada announces the appointment of Mr. Alvin  R. Dribnenki as manager of Pender  Harbour, Madeira Park Branch. Mr.  Dribnenki joined the bank at Devon,  Alberta in 1961 and has since held  various positions in hranc h e s  throughout Alberta and British Columbia. He comes to his new post  from Duncan Branch where he has  been senior loans officer for the past  year  and  one-half.  Page  B-6 The Peninsula Times  -  Wednesday, September 6,, 1972   ��� - : \ j  '. ^        . ' ,',.���.       ������ .     "  Dental Topics  IN  ALMOST-all  infants,   thumb  sucking  is a -normal pastime. This  pleasurable  habit   occurs ,at   bedtime,   or   when   the-  child is bored'yr upset. A certain .amount  oi thumb sucking is normal in pre-schoo!  age children as weli. ,__  Generally, if thumb sucking continues  beyond the age of five, it may interfere  with the eVuption and alignment of permanent teeth' resulting in "crooked  teeth". The habit is probably fulfilling  an emotional need and il is usually better  .to try to relieve the basic problem than  to draw attention to the habit. A mechanical restraint to prevent thumb sucking only causes frustration and aggia-  -^va+es���ixit-tiei���t-h_i-i-i- -im-proves���the- situation���  However, _i the thumb sucking habit is  not checked, real damage to the developing  arch   and   teeth  can   result.  When the child is old enough to cooperate and ha\s a genuine desire to stop  thumb 'sacking, but cannot do^ it alone,  there are certain devices which may help  him. These include mittens or thumb  guards, bitter-tasting medication painted  on the thumb and oral reminders, such  as rakes and cribs. These appliances can  be successful only when the child wants  to slop and the thumbs sucking habit is  just that, not a fullfilment. of an emotional   need.  There are both fixed and removable  cribs available. The choice and design of  these depend on the dentist's own preference and the degree of reminder necessary.  Generally, the correction of thumb  sucking must be individual, depending on  the particular child. No fixed rules can  be   applied   to  all   children.  Still need  to collect  v . _.'.  pesticides  Homeowners warned  \.  \  B.C.   ENVIRONMENTAL Council -wants  the. provincial   department   of  agriculture   to-continue'     accepting     unwanted,  pesticides. . -N  In announcing the .decision to stop  collecting and disposing of the pesticides  the department said the volume of pesticides brought in for disposal has diminished lo a "trickle." "^  \ Merriam Doucet, chairman of "the  council's pesticide committee, said there '  is still  a   need  for" th,e collection  system. x  "The,  department  should  continue  the  -eo I .eel-ion- system���and- advertise���it���-Qti-i*--'  group collected a car trunk full of pesticides   last week  from  only  six   families.  "We are deeply concerned that most  of the unwanted pesticides from households will end up in sewer systems or  municipal   garbage   dumps."  She said incineration in garbage  dumps, of some of the more stable pesticides will release gases that present a,  definite threat of air pollution endangering the lives of humans, animals and  Vegetation.  Burning the pesticides would mean  the land would be unfit for agricultural  purposes a,nd might result in contamination  of waterways through drainage.  heck Your doors  a burglar might  ALTHOUGH  it  may  seem  unlikely,  the^   working order.  Breaking glass in a  \  \ \ what he owns ami. doesn't need one. If  you believe this, -then" try this simple  "test: sit in the kitchen ai.cLt.-y to write  ^ down all of your possessions in the living room. Yqu'll miss a. nuirnhber .of items.  Think how difficult it would be tb supply \i   list- once   the   items"  were   stolen.  \\  easiest v/ay for a burglar to enter your  infuse is through, a door.  s The Insurance Bureau of Canada  v.lnch represents most of Canada's fire,  ..���.i.-ualty and automobile insurance companies, says a burglar will invariably  11 >��� all of the doors in your house before  .|,i. attempts . to get* through a -window.  often, the thief will find the door unlocked  and  that's  just  like inviting���him-  win-.,  loose  Even   if   you   lock   your   doors   they  'a7e**ari*easy targeTTTTthere are any "glass  panes close to the lock. The burglar then  only has to break--the glass to unlock  the door. With sliding glass doors, you  should put a bar in the floor'track, the  Bureau advises, so that, even if the thief  breaks the loc^k, he can't slide the door  back.  If you lose a set of keys to your  house, you should immediately have your  locks reset. This is especially important  if, like many people, your key chain has  your identification attached  to it.  The only other way into your house,  obviously, is through a window. You  should make sure all of these are locked  and   the   locking   mechanism   is   in   good  dow  to  gain  entry   is  noisy,  but  a  lock  can   be  pried  open  easily.  The bureau also suggests that you  lock garden "tools and ladders if you  are^ gbing away for more than a day,  If you don't you may find your house  broken into with your own tools.  When"   burglars   enter   a   'house,    the  main items they are looking for are those  "That  are easy  to  carry  and  easy  to sell.  Therefore,   you   should   keep   a   list   of  such   items   as   radios,   television   sets,  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons x 88^-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  small appliances, cameras, tape recorders  and hi-fi sets. The list, with serial numbers where possible, can help the police  to trace crirhinals, and will make it easy  for you when putting in claim to your  insurance   company.  When insurancemen advise people to  make a list of their possessions, often  the  policy-holder  replies  that  he  knows,  The  ndfather  Thursday, September 7~fhrough to  Thursday, September  14  Warning: Fictitious  story of a best seller  contains brutality and  offensive language.  ���B.C. Director  Admission  $2.25  NEW  FOR '72    S  "  MOBILE  REPRESENTATIVES FOR 3  "Buffalo" nylon tip pens in tins  plastic pouches���all colors and sizes,  Miss   Bee's,   Wharf  Road,  Sechelt.  _WJL_liaLmitJll_UW-_-JLIMIJI_IHri��fB01  HOMES  MAJOR MANUFACTURERS:  DON MACKAY  BILL KELLY  JESS KELLOGG  SAVE $$  CALL COLLECT 872-8231   VANCOUVER  PIONEER CHABN  SAWS  1S495  148*45  27535  New 1073 c/w 14" bat, reg. 149.95  SPECIAL                New 2073 c/w 16" rollernose bar, reg. 164.95  SPECIAL  ___���������_  3071 c/w 24" bar, super quiet transistor ignition,  full wrap handle, reg. 262.95 SPECIAL  3270 c/w 32" rollernose bear, full wrap handle,  reg. 305.95 SPECIAL      Shop at the  ofi the Good Guys and Save  ! "I    CAN    TELL    FROM  ! THE WAY SHE WALKS  } ���THAT THOSE  SHOES  ! 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