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 7  \  \  \  Isabel still active  v  Regardless of bickering  Pender clinic scheduled  MACKENZIE Riding MLA and Minister _been reached between the doctor and  without Portfolio in the recently de- HealtliTDepartment. As the result of nvy  feated Social Credit government, through endeavors it gives me great pleasure to  the^ Tim^s, extends her appreciation to have the assurance that a medila clinic  the people of the riding for past support,     is  now  certain  for  the  Pender  Harbour  Mrs. Dawson stated "I thank everyone, - area,  in the riding for the opportunity I have- "I  would  point  out  that  present   in-  had of representing them during the past     Wim   arrangement   is   to   fill   the   im-  \  \  6&hj!   |,  2nd Class Mall  Rdgistrptlon tfo. 1142  '���"X}..  ENINSULA  \ ��� \x  Union   ^&   Label  This Issue 12 Pages ��� 15c  six years. During that time I worked to  the best of Iny ability and made many  friends throughout the. area, gaining valuable experience in dealing with the varied problems which occured from time  "to-time:       '- ��� ;���  mediate need. Dr. Brand will be working  with the Hospital Regional District and  Dept. of Health with a view to construction and operation of a permanent  medical clinic."  "Besides being your representative I  was able to implement a number of pro-  gnammes which had a province-wide  affect, particularly concerning senior  citizens and our first citizens. "It is my  earnest hope that these programs will  continue.  "During the election campaign there  was, much criticism regarding the proposed medical clinic at Pender Harbour,  despite the fact that I had been working  toward its establishment, together "with  the Department of Health, since November of  last year.  "It would have been futile to have esr  tablished a clinic without first obtaining  the services of a qualified resident doctor. To this end I held a number of discussions with Dr. Brand and the Minister of Health. Result of these discussions  has   born  fruit   and   an   agreement   has  r��9~a~- .  ***. <  Id  ^���^r *�����*\  *.   4  * -  -r>���  tut*  M-rftf-i Aii---i-i--.--.A-L.---.h-fl-..nnnn^.1_nj^_  ,/*  Ft_  Copy of a letter from Hon. Ralph  Loffmark, dated September 8th tp Dr.  Brand states: Attached please find a  Province of British Columbia cheque to  the amount of $25,000 which is to assisst  yoq^ in establishing a general practice at  Pender Harbour. This money is allocated for the following purposes:  ���for renovation of premises from which  you   may   wish   to   practiceN at  Pender  v Harbour;  ���as a cash grant for one year. Fee's for  service will be charged over and above  this   amount;  ���as   a   grant  for   one  year,   which  will  cover . operating     expenses     including  telephone,   car   etc.,   and   salary   of   a  receptionist;  ���a grant to allow you to obtain a relief  for  yourself  for  a  one   month   period  during the year.  It is further agreed that arrangements will be made by the Health Branch  tvp-ith you, whereby suitable furnishings  including equipment will be purchased  and remain the property of the government of B.C. In addition to this, medical  ���see  pa.ge   A-6  Seek remuneration . . .  Serving the Sunshine Coast,. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including. Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing;.GrahtharnsL5ndLng7^ibsons,_ Roberts Creek,   /  Wilson Creek, SelWib Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon B^y, Sefcret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira ("ark, Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Eprl Cove, Egmont  LARGEStT|RCI|LATION OF ANY PAPER QN THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST- Volume 9, No 42 ��� WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1972  .    .     ..   . _ ��� ��� ��� ��� ���������'��.��� ^  Legion Branch 140  Derby lacks support  SOMEWHERE    between    boyhood    and  manhood, the desire to enter a salmon derby" is eclipsed by more absorbing  pastimes, or at least so it would seem  accnrding to the following release issued  by  Mr.   Charlie   Brookman:  The Canadian Legion Branch 140,  Salmon Derby has been on all summer  for boys and girls up tov 16 years of age,  fishing from a. boat or wharf between  Sechelt^ and   Jackson   booming   grounds.  Up to now, the entries have been very  disappointing with only two competing  * for the lovely trophy and money prize.  The trophy will be presented on Saturday, September 16th at 12 noon at the  Bella Beach Motel. *   ���  Mr.. Brookman states. "It is a shame  we have not been able to arouse more  enthusiasm, and I am sorry to say xthat  after this year, we will have to return  this trophy to the Legion Club Rooms.  It is with regret that I have to put this  "notice in the paper; The Legion has tired  so hard to make good citizens and good  sportsmen".  PHOTO CONTEST  Senior Citizens Colour Photo Contest deadline has been extended to October 15th. It is hoped to have the judging finalized by the general meeting in  October.  Sleepers take off . . .  OFFICE GROWS  Increasing workload within the Sechelt village office has led to employment of Miss Sandra Hemstreet to take  care of the motor vehicle licencing department: Sandra successfully completed  a two-week course and comes well recommended by  the Department.  WHAT  HAVE  WE  While a shocked western world, together with most eastern countries, have  expressed extreme sorrow at the slaying by radicals of the Israeli Olympic  athletes, one of. our local red enshrouded  ladies says she sees justification for the  massacre and her sympathy lies with  the murderers?  DISPLAY  Articles made by patients in the Extended Care Ward of St. Mary's Hospital  will be on display and also for sale between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. at the  . Gift Shop in the foyer of St. Mary's  Hospital on Sunday September l��th^  U.S. residents about face  over lane access agreement  U.S.   BASED  majority  share  holders   of'   have   assessed   at about  one   dollar   per  property between Cowrie Street and  Boulevard from Trail Avenue to Inlet,  generally referred to as the old swamp  land, have backed out from a previously  signed agreement to donate a ten-foot  strip toward establishing of a rear lane"  All other property owners involved  also signed an agreement in principle to  donation of ten feet, thus providing for  a twenty foot lane. This would have eliminated the hazard of access lanes from  the highway to rear of business premises  along Cowrie. It would have also benefitted the owners of the larger property.  Alderman Norm Watson, who has  been negotiating with the owners, admitted that they had previously agreed to  giving up the ten foot strip. Now., it appears,  they   are  looking  for  recompense  Brake   Failure,  Jack  Charboneau  of  Pender    Harbour had a close escape when driv-  iZ^t^JTs^SSJ_%^ News report helped remove  His brakes failed as he approached      \. . ��� ���  the  highway   but  he   succeeded  in        ^poU^erS    Clt    POrpOiSe    Bay  on. the. basis  of   8,000, feet. Which   they  m  John Pankratz . . .  foot. Further to the 8,000 feet is the  fact that council has indicated interest  in obtaining an additional lot of approx.  2,000 feet in order to provide an access  at one end.  Mayor Ben Lang pointed out that  Council had. simply asked how much the  owners would charge for the lot, there  was no question of wanting it for free.  "These people are wrong if they think  they have us over a barrel, they have  another think coming." Aid. Ted Osborne  agreed and added "one of these days  they will be coming to us when they  wish to do something with it."  Aid'. -Watson said the two major  shareholders, residingg in the United  States, seem to feel council is asking for  too much- "at their figure we. would be     teen year old Samuel Clifford Woods of  .lookingat. $8,000", he added. Mayor Lang    Seohelt appeared  before- Judge.Charles  assured "him there, would be no likelihood     Mittelsteadt to answer, a charge of posses-  avoiding a serious mishap by turning  on the corner. In doing so the ye-  hicle struck the ditch and turned  over. Truck owned by Coast Back-  hoe was only slightly damaged and  Mr. Charboneau escaped unhurt.  Life-bell recovered  culprit fined $100  FOLLOWING . publicity in the Times  regarding senseless theft of the lifebelt from its stand at the public park-  site at Roberts Creek, the life ring was  spotted hanging on the wall of a house  . and  subsequently   reported.  Last Wednesday September 6th eigh-  Progressive Conservative  sees need for comunication  I  WHEN asked an hour after Prime Minister Trudeau's announcement of the  October election date for his reaction,  John Pankratz, the Progressive , Conger-  valive candidate for this riding, was delighted.  "The Conservatives '"'.'welcome'"''a1.1 Fall"  election call," he said. "We were ready  to go before the electorate in the Spring  ancl we are ready now.' Of much greater  importance to Canada, however is the  fact that a Fall election will permit a  Conservative  Government    to  bring  in  hands   of   the   average   citizen   without  bringing on more inflation."  "The last minute grandstanding on the  part.of the.Prime Minister will fool.,no,  one", he went on to say. "The dock  strike is a most serious issue for Canada.  Using'it'as^an;' election* kickoff; is-'irresponsible in my opinion".  Pankratz went on to outline the issues  as he sees them, "The basic issues in this,  campaign are fundamental to the future  well being of our country and its citizens", he feels.  "Tl.o| question","}_o maintains, "is who-  much needed 'lax legislation before the  ���fj���'"winter*sets*InrP  ly to stimulative tax cuts ancl to Stan-    ment dominated  path, or whether    we  field's ,MconsU\;ntl,doJlnr"v proposal which    strive foi,; e^collenceiirt".y;,restprl  will put more purchasing power into the ' 7_see  page A-6  of that taking place. He expressed the  view that Aid. Watson had merely agreed  to negotiate with these people on behalf  of cquncil but it is appreciated that the  change of heart is nothing to do with  him personally.  It was also pointed out that the property is presently zoned commercial but  it could not be developed, commercially  without a lane access. "They think we  are in a bind and now figure they will  get something 'out of us", he repeated.  , ,.'. Aid.. Watson commented "it is., in effect a kind of poker game and at this  time I do not feel their request should  be .taken"-too ;seripusly",i  Mayor Lanjg said that under the circumstances, the about face has been  ��� verbal, it would perhaps be wise to obtain confirmation in writing from tho  land owners, It was therefore agreed  such a committal be sought.  The lane has been under considera-  sion of stolen property.  Found guilty as charged; he was told  by the judge that a human life could  quite easily have been lost as the result  of such stupidity, He 'therefore fined  Woods the sum of $100 or,.ten days jail if  in default. He was given time to pay.  Appearing the previous day in Gibsons-before- Judge Mittelsteadyt, Paul  Glennen Watson of Gibsons was fined  $50 for failure to remain at the scene of  an accident' (hit and run).  SOME improvement" has "been noted: at  the1 Porpoise Bay wharf since last  council meeting when it was reported-, in  the Times, that Mayor Ben Lang was to  investigate means of eliminating the pollution and littering caused by people living in vessels moored at the wharf.  Aldermen Ted Osborne told council  that within days of the Times report, a  number of 'sleepers' moved out, the  situation has now improved considerably.  Mayor Lang said he has discussed  the matter with departmental officials.  He has since received a letter from the  department suggesting that an attempt  to find a wharfinger has proved unsuccessful. Signs, of course, could be posted  but most satisfactory solution would be  for the village to take over operation  of the wharf. This would be by way of a  lease. Council would'then be responsible  for its operation and would be permitted . to charge a fee. for berthing as laid  down by the- department. The Mayor  added that he has checked the situation  elsewhere and has learned that such  operations are invariable a loosing proposition.  Game wardeaJPat Mulligan has also  discussed the.wharf problem with IVlayor  Lang and, said the Mayor, "warns that  sanitary conditions are deplorable. Dogs  foul the area, children run around naked  Councils advised . . .  Proposed legislation halts  construction in flood land  and people are continually dumping  waste from their boats over the side. Aid.  Norm Watson agreed that the village  would lose money' should it take over  operation of the facility, however, it was  agreed to hold further discussions with  officials  prior  to  reaching  any  decision.  PLANNING  Mayor Lang advised council that the  time has arrived for consideration of an  overall planning study with a view to  future development. He said he has discussed the matter with regional planner  Ed Cuylitz "He has time only for a certain amount and it is possible he will  soon be requiring an assistant in his  department. If we are to go into proper  planning it will probably mean entering  into some kind of contract with the Regional Board," he said.  'Aldermen5'agreed that a planning  study would be advisable at this time  and arranged a special meeting for September 18th in order to determine general  planning needs of the community.  P.O. PARKING  Aid. Watson drew council's attention to the fact that although new parking outside the post office and adjacent  stores, people are now parking on the  sidewalk  area.  Mayor Lang explained that the village maintenance man was supposed to  have painted... "No parking". along the  sidewalk portion. Further, police are  keeping a vigilant eye for such offend-  , era w,ho, if caught, will "be nailed".' ���  BEACH ACCESS  ; ��� ,W|hUe ,a fine job has been made ,by  iho Highwuys Department of providing  nccess to the waterfront in two locations  ut  West  Secholt,  one  or   two  problems  MINISTER of Municipal Affairs, in the    development  within  lands subject   to    remain! Aid. Watson said that .one..such  tion-for-^he^ast^ew-ycar^���ilSCC^JiH^  jumped forward after Aid. Watson ob- qrnment, Hon, Dan Campbell has aclvjfied  tained agreement from till property own- of proposed lagislution which will prc-  ers  involved!  to "ea'ch donate '''"ten foot,    vent futuro residchtiar or cxtonsi^  In a letter circulated to all municipalities and regional boards, Mr, Campbell slates that at a' recbht meeting of  tho Environment and Land Use Committee It was recommended thut firm  authority bo provided by loglslutlon to  take care of the situation,  Tho Committee' has,'further recommended that municipal, regional, and  other authorities responsible for Issuing  building permits bo^ advised thwt It Is  tho Intention-of ;Jthc';B,C;* govern  Introduce logislatldn at'";th'o"''ndxf "BQ��Hioiv''''i,'''*bf,,:"Ilio"''WohI P(.rpol.iQ Buy Road. Sonic '  of the Legislature, pThla will prohibit sub- relocating might bo required on one  division of land and construction of ro- stretch and u rock blulT will bo removed  Hlc"oiHlal bulldlngf.',within ureas, which in luiotlicr,potion, Plant, aro to huvo ,tho  aro rcc'oRnl/.ednK being subject to such road ready for ''homifc.' puviriK next yoar,  water damage, Tho Commlttoo fools ll, Amount of paving to bo done will bu  would bo prudent for, councils or "ware,,, dependent upon funds availablo,,, ., ,  "16" adopt "such roHirlcidohH in mlviVnub 6C - .". '"��� "'""'. ' ' ," '.' ''"""   and others as. an excellent innovation.  Unfortunately, stumps and logs removed  during clearing have been clumped at  tho beach end of tho access road, At thu  other, across from Mason Road, another  fine Job lias boon carried out but for  some reason it ends with an eight foot  cU'op-ot'fl Ho, Huggcslccl the Regional  Bourd bo lnl'ormoc* of the' sUuuUpn'. ��� ,;  ROAD   WORK  Alderman Harold' Nelson reported that  lho proponed loglHlaUioi),  iXt��.jaMi..niccLnig,,.oi��utuHQnH,,,1u,ouucui*it1  was moved tho lqttbr bu filed for future  lnformutlpn ,,. ,,���.,,,.,..._,.��� .,..������,,,..���, ��� ,��� ,���,,���������  DUILDING.......7, ,.,,.,.,,      Building construction...wlUiln Iho vll-  lu/{o Jumped considerably with approval  Mlvon w number of building parmltr.  which Included! (!urport>Hundool_ ijiDOO,  Legion building changes and nUcrallon-  l��i-np��irtni��ntn-^-!ft,000,���'tinjlHliccl-^.m),-  dwullh)., houso, $11,1)0(1, dwelling Iiouiiu  y\,(HH), (Iwrlllnr, limine 177,01)0, ml.llliun  apartimmtM  :|.IH),l)00,  SiUWUn BYHTNM ,.v  It hud boon hoped lo liayii ,lhu vlllari"'  newer ..oitHtruoUyn .'..mpl'isU'd and In  operation early lu October but it mooiiih  cuinpUillon \. now nchodulod for lho ond  ��.Ui".."..y>*''.^  CANOE PASS  'Woi,ir"lHH,epo��,tccl-to'-)TnvowconTnTori;cci;r  on the now Canoe Pass brlclgo on tlio  ���I'Vunclt. Peninsula, ,U Is understood pU-  li.tff, are In .process,of 'icing Installed. ,7  r "��� ��� 'I ������       r-mrn al n nail., .., ,���,���,���', , ti.,,Mu.i7..n...-J       '���.:__..  <l_lilll]��IIIUlllWll_.IIUIHlllllllllll-lliajip||ll1lllllfHII|lff  Ad-Briefs  lhe way  lo action!  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IIM", (j.105 rrionth,    - ������  9,w4vn4wmrmrm4t*vntmrmnni9MvMmimMnMne**im4m4i4i4V9  * pIIjms^���^.'^*^^  (10,000 readers),  * *fMS#W*J ��*!*��!���   -  ������'-vw,*rt��|*Wftf*iA.^  ��4*i  WJ  Weill It IooIch llko it took tho' E(i��t-  o.rno."*. to show us how, Ihl.s your,  Wlioppor  Cllvo'K nnrontH Undo "Mick and Bot-1  I'lovcir.' caught .a blfi salmon   yot",  ly  McKay,  landed  this�� \\\   pound    unmnod Hotly    McKay; while*    thin  (illvu and MaWono McKay' vlBtUng   monster at Narrows lnlot, "And l'va   happy .couple displayed their trophy   even a fight.  curried nut with oxcupllon of Ihe trout  ,.i).oi,t |.l��i)t which ls mixtion lho list,  cnosa.wALaK  ��^?xyjLl"i��*:o!.^  huzai'd for HludonlH id I'.lphliiKln.i.. and  ���Ai(ifirnii\n'"Winfiioirnohjniioirnhnf.(!ri"��"tru  cnumwulli bo painted In the vicinity of  llio lilfih hdiuol,  It wn'ii UiriiWl ovor lo" rondo chulrniiin  ���    ,        ' . ,  . . 7 Aid, Churls1'' Mundolkmi to ,cIIhouhk  tho  flHh, Tho ball wuh burring utrln and   mutter>lth th�� hcmi�� fuiiowud with a ���  .  Ibo  big. flail'-   Hurrondorod    without   report  to council ut  ihu  next rojudur   885-9654 Socholt, 886-2121 Glbjoni,  ��� 'i i  ���"���-^������n*     ��� "wr^riw_",_p-T��-n- r .1 .rTTfir-tt^j *7"T9Tr   'myma-VVW9H^' '^^ ^���"^VT��a^a^HtTWf^ftf^-jww'��^^ii,^^iTJ_.UT'F'r (laflj. ��,  ��� iimui Classifieds oo INTO tho home* . ,  not on lawn., at root, or In culverts,.    i  ��� Timet.,CIcuAlflada aro low-cost, high-potency  oolott tonics,,  ��� Phono linos opon,Sunday,' classified  liit.tiU.ii_i,  m  =��=  '. ��,\  WfWff^aJfcfca-Wa  MfaftHKftwvfrfnnitmtrtt fv\  ���*�����-;, " ���     ,\t"*  \ '  v ,. w M ' ' '   i  s      '    " _  J*   v  j    ...      .i   i ���,  v'.���y  - \  . x.  ,.....  \  \-t  %1��''M'J'>a*w'����"?��a������a��W)����M����Mtel��l��UHaM^^  Th^e PEmi^suiAT^ed.  JL/JL  J,, \sa/ JK J. _Cl�� .Li  j  V  READERS RIGHT  '7 mtty be wrong, but . fhall not. be so wrong as io fail id say ~what I believe to be right  * _     7 _ _   ' ^-JOHN ATKJNS  Douglas G. Whee,ler, Publisher  '^t.mm*+t_mw*t9imiaiWWiCUi*VWm0ifW*Wt9V619mm*t0W*WW'*i&aV^  Letters tq- the Editor are'the opinions of readers,  c..d not, necessarily those of the Times.  A  .om-de-.plume rnQy be ).fed for publication, but all originals ttV4_i be signed fry the writer.  ���%s  Investigation Of  What?  REGIONAL vBoards Director Frank  West would, it appearV prefer to  run the Board office and its employees  with the iron hand of discipline we mistakenly though^ ceased to exist many  years ago.  His latest outburst during l^st regular public meeting apparently followed di..closure in the Times, some weeks  ago, of the strange system employed by  iht* finance department in awarding sal-  lary increases io siati. We drew attention io the fact that increases to lower  salaried staff members were set at seven  per cent while the higher echelon received increases from nine per cent to  fourteen per cent. Considering thve recipients of the higher increases are already in the top income bracket, we  could see,little sign of equality in such  a  system.   .  Mr. West, a mill book-keeper, has  expressed extreme annoyance at the  ���fact that someone within the structure  of the Board has leaked out this undesirable information to the press. Mr.  West is also finance chairman on "the  Board!  Nol .only was West upset lo lliirik  Ihal such a disclosure was a breach of  the onih of office, but has demanded,  an investigation "into the horrid business'.' Of course, he failed to mention  which publication he referred to or to  specify which particular dark secret has  been leaked out?. We "can only assume  il, to be the strange salary situation.  The Times is not hostile to the  Board as a whole as has been suggested, neither does it choose to cringe  around garrulous individuals who parade in the raiment of messiah. We do  strongly oppose arrogance and dictatorial propensities in public servants and  it is toward such individuals that we'  direct  hostility.  As to the pitiful bleating of confidential matters being leaked out���we  would say "Hogwash" our is a supposedly democratic system, many of us  spend a number of years fighting for  that cause and most certainly have no  desire to see dictatorship entering the  public arena. In the spending of taxpayers' dollars, whether it be on Salaries,  trips to Victoria, conventions or for  rather more practical use, then each and  every taxpayer has every right to know  what  goes  on.  Leaks  do occur,  usually  when  the  average person involved sees ho "neeci  for questionable secrecy, and in most  cases this means more than one person.  The intrepid Mr. West might bb anxious  to pin tlie atrocity upon one hapless being but in this his investigation will  prove  badly  at  fault.  The situation in which public employees find themselves is often an unenviable one. If they elect to bow and  scrape they get along fine with their  elected taskmasters. Should they stand up  for their rights and refuse to fawn, then  they frequently become the object for  abuse by those they offend. We have  seen countless attacks against the building inspector, others too have had their  bad moments while other have given  up  anil  resigned.  We refuse the accusation of hostility  to the Board. There are some very  capable and well qualified directors within its ranks. Unfortunately, and only  too often, most of them fail to act as  individuals and go along with the'voei-  ferous few. In some cases due to lack  of awareness, occasionally rather than  rock the .boat- and frequently because  they accept a motion on face value.  lhe Times could have ended up as  an insipid and sparsely circulated publication with an editorial policy based on  boot licking. This we leave to those  best suited for publication of that sort  of "weakly" newspaper.  The public has every right to know  how its tax dollars are spent and it is  the duty of a conscientious newsman  to provide that information. The Times  will continue with doing just that regardless of Mr. West and his associates.  Socialist strategy  Editor./ The Timas,        ..._..  Sir: In his article, Practice and Theory of Federalism, published in the NDP  book, Social Purpose for Canada, Pierre  Elliott Trudeau wrote: "Democratic reformers mu:St proceed step by step, convincing little bands of intellectuals here,  rallying sections of the working . cl^ss  there, and appealing to the underprivileged in the next piace. The drive toward  power must begin with the establishment  of "beachheads", since at the outset ,it  is obviously easier to convert specific  groups or localities than to win an q,i_-  solute majority"oTThr wtoler nation:'*  This strategy for lhe socialization of  Canada by way of "beachheads" since  Trudeau's rise to power, has been seen  in the socialist wins in the Provinces of  Saskatchewan, Manitoba* and more recently in B.C., where the twenty-year  old Social Credit, right-wing government  of W. A. C. Bennett was toppled largely  because of a unity of the ' left and a  fragmentation of the right. Here, rebels  of the right, desiring to trim Papa's  'whiskers a little, voted Conservative,  Liberal and even NDP. The "bands of  intellectuals" and "working class" were  teachers groups, Unions, doctors, pensioners, Catholics, Tenant Associations,  Indians and old age pensioners who were  led to believe that they might get more"  aid from another type of government..  -The result? A socialist NDP. victory and  very   litllc   opposition, strength.  Tlu> pattern could well be repeated  in Canada's upcoming Federal election,  where a fragmented right could well  result in-the re-election of Pierre Elliott  Trudeau's Liberal Party or a solidly united NDP. In either case, Trudeau's strategy of "beachheads" would have been  achieved!  Unemployment? Inflation? Unity?  National Identity? Disillusionment with  Liberal Party policies? These are but issues which will keep the voters busy  puzzling over while the strategy of fracturing right wing opposition is carried  out in order to achieve the goal of a  socialist Canada! My guess is that this  would be eventually followed by the  establishing of a Republic of Canadian  Socialist Provinces. After that, who  knows?  children in those days for \t hey could  ii,ii speak >a word of English. But' all  (teachers, children and parents) managed to get along and make it a success.  Maintenance of the School was again,  totally provided by our forefathers. for  five years. After that, the federalgovernment, partially assisted with parents still  supplying the necessary provisions.  Money (revenue) was obtained by our  ' forefathers from their logging. In those  dav-= licenses were issued by the pro-  vincial government Forestry Branch to  log crown timber. Today, such licenses  cannot, be obtained.  Ma^i._:w-e_ also���state���-that���the���t-ot-a-L  h.i.lduig of our Sechelt Community, such  a:, homes, two large churches ' domestic  .water supply, etc., was again'built and  financed   by   our   forefathers.  May we further suggest that, in .future, any reference to the history of the  Indians or our culture be first checked-  out with the Band before it is printed.  In this way, misinterpretations can be  avoided  before it, appears  in  print.  (SECHELT BAND  COUNCIL)  Pssst!  Kditor, The Times',  Sir: Re: Jack Mills' column PSSST  in your Wednesday, Sept. 6th ��� issue, I  I'i ml it regrettable .that no one said,  "1'ssst, Jack, you have your facts all  wrong," before that issue went to press.  As owner of the property which houses  Roberts Creek General Store, I'd like to  point out that every enterprise on that  corner'is privately owned and privately  financed, and that none of it has anything whatsoever to do with the Opportunities for Youth program. The store  fronts and garage are rented to private  individuals who own the businesses and  operate them with no help from the  federal  government.  As for the beer-drinking, I don't sec  what this has to do with the OFY program or the operation of the general  store, however I will say that Jack  Mills  showed   an  extraordinary  capacity  for moraL pluck when 'Tie. walked into  such a den elf iniquity alone and unharmed. Far he it from mo to accuse ���  Mr. Mills of av prej.ud.ical approach to his  critique uf .the place, but I think his digging is spitifully desperate when he calls  having a beer during the day "boozing  it up." _J talked to one-of the marragers  of the, store, on this matter, and apparently the degenerates Mr: Mills, encountered wore largely-a volunteer work crew  having a beer during a break. Obviously,  if the people at" the More spent all their  time "boozing it up", their operation  would soon fall flat, if only for the fact  that the principles would be continually  under arrest on misdemeanor charges. ���_  I can only refer Mr. Mills (and anyone  who may have been misinformed by his  column) to a short blurb in another  publication which' recommends that people visit the Roberts Creek General Store  even if they have no intention of making a purchase. It seems that the writer  was impressed by the friendly smiles and  -iialp.��ul-at-titud&-1of���the���young���people���he-  found   there. N  DAL   GRAUER  What About Me?  Editor, The Times, ,v  Sir: Regarding your article "Sechelt  Location for Social Workers" in your  issue ���of September 6th���I would like  to point out that the Sunshine Coast now  has   three   full-time   social   workers.  Since August, 1971, I have been permanently stationed at Sechelt while  working with the people belonging to the  Sechelt, Sliammon, Klahoose and . Horn a Ico Indian Bands.  Since April 1st, 1972, my concern has  been mainly with the Sechelt people as  I am employed as a full-time social  worker by the Sechelt Indian Band  Council.  Although my work is restricted to all  the people belonging lo the Socholt Band,  I object lo your statement that this district now has two full-time social workers.  Sechelt ANNA   A.   CUYLITS  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 13. 1972  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  I  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  Walter Safety says,  "Think, don't sinkl  Be water wise I Learn  and practise water  safety every day."*  SUMMER'S OVER  FALL IS HERE;  FILL YOUR FREEZER  WITH  BEEF, PORK,  CHICKEN AND DEER . . .  GLYNN TRACY  Garden  Bay Store ��� 883-2253  "Fine Meats for  Fine  People"  Appreciation  Genuine Need   For Change  IT WAS ;tn interesting fact of the recent  provincial election that many of the  individuals who were- scrteanvng on  radio, TV and in the media as a whole,  for a change of government, were those  who. have never been so well-off in their  lives.  The province is prosperous and indications were that it could only improve. Unfortunately, with success came  upsetting arrogance with, apparently, an  .objectionable leaning toward dictatorship. Both were, in actual fact, to a  min.ulc degree but sufficiently so that a  large number of yoters decided to teach  Mr. Bennett a lesson. The lesson grew  to such proportion that even the NDP  candidates were shocked at the response.  However, a change was sought and  lo put il mildly���we have it. The outcome whether for better or worse���is  ;i owner only lime will loll. Certainly  August 30th 1972 will occupy a prominent place in the pages of history.  '" It" now 'reniaiiis'tevsce ��� w  need   of change' is  as  strongly  felt   tit    the federal level? There would appear  very little lo be said complimentary In  favour of the Trudeau regime bul, to be  sure-it has n great deal to answer for.  One of our greatest needs is return  ���,���,_, nu i aAVrjjjft| yy( |jr,v- - y\ nTpcnui!��ivFM)cic^  is by no moans confined lo lliis country,  . iiule-'d, iiN sorry con,sei|uences have IukI  even more devastation ufj'eet in tho  United Stales than hero. Which does not  menu any commendation to this federal,  government, ll has played a mn|ur pari  In ihe 'existing siliimion of Increasing  crime and petty soiitnuvs for convicted  wrongdoers.  Idected lusi June t��s l*r;)givs,slvc C'on-  7"'r"7ftf"'v;iJliVCc.T.Hi.d  . .. w>*M^'''>*'*'''w*MT*MM'"""'*"r-f--i-n-tTafinirionirtiinjaaiJw  The FmimvmJdMeb*  PubllNlwl WwlnoHiluys at Secliclt          oh..1'.C,!i. HaiwIilao-CouNt  by  INwell River Newt, Town Celor  Box 310 ��tSoohcll. 1..C.  Subscription \{_[.h', (in ��aY��nco)  Local,',6 per yenr. Heypiul 35 inllcti, .117.   '"'  ��� - ���    "��� 'U.s.'Avrf^Overi.eiin'r'iflOa  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Rgmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  """ l"l"',ll��aa��awwa��.iMa��Ma��aw��M��l��'aaw��^a.��iiaawi��^"-a����aa����<  for the upcoming federal election, provincial court Judge Maurice Mulligan  officially resigned froTrr~ttrer~bench after  \. years of duty. He was reported as  stating at that time "Canada is suffering  from a breakdown of law and order.  The government thinks it is more important to rehabilitate habitual criminals  than to concern itself with their victims  and the victim's families and the thousands of ^others, affected."  "The breakdown of law and- order  must stop or we will find ourselves having to carry arms like our friends across  the border".  Mulligan also attacked the "permissive" prison and parole policies of Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer as  "indefensible and appalling". He said  "When 1 first started reading his statements V used to laugh because I considered them harmless, I no longer consider lhem funny, I consider them dim-  ^crous.",.^..........v,..t.i.........  Four years  ago Trudeau  promised'  "a just sociely" ho followed up with a  sustained level of-muss--unemployment,"*'  the worst this country has experienced  in years, This, as Robert Stanfield has  stiUed "Was, done jn the name of the  l.iy.ileen months ago Trudeau advised (luil '''inflation is licked". He said  thai his government was going to Tight  unemployment. Today���hundreds of  thousands of Canadians are seeking  work, prices are spiralling and lolal disillusionment   has  set   in, .  If  over  change' wus  needed  il   is  needed'now. Our I'ritvie Minister who,  until recently, chose lo parade around  ^Jhe'~euun(i'^��in��lhc��-uHHle<<>.ol''->U'-rg|ori|'leU<  '"' hinniei liM suddenly 'stetf lit to trhn' his  lulling locks and dress in i, Homewhul  more .dignified  manner. This  in  itself  .would  indietttej Uml  ho knew his up-  peanince'was  previously distasteful  lo  I lie   average   person   but   prefer��|ed lio  - nviu their feelings wllh contempt.  Willi his deplorable    Opportunities  has cost the working taxpayer �� sm��H  fortune,, Mr, Trudeau might have bought  himself a lew voles. We would Inward  it guess Hitch voles  svlHi.,l>o rendered  valueless by iho- viifUlylarger ntiynlwr W  will have {\m\ fjrom Indlgnttui flulnry  earners,and senior citizens who owe lho  Trudcmr {..OYornmom not one cent;   .r  Editor,   The  Times,  It is most difficult to express our  feelings of sincere gratitude tor the kind  thoughts and services from our many  friends both in the Trail area and the  Coast, during the recent loss.of a favorite  personality   and  son  Barry.  At times like these, we truly know  how difficult it is to express one's deepest feelings of sorrow and sympathy, and  yet by saying little or nothing, you have  said everything that cannot be said, onlv  felt. ,  The   Blatchford     Family���May,   Bud; ���  Norman,   Dennis,   Nancy,   Dena,   Marten  and   Robbie  Misinterpretation  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Your last issues, Peninsula Times,  Sept. 6, 1972, was quite noticeable by  Band Council and some of knowledgeable Band members of our background  and history of the Sechelt Indian tribes.  On page 10, under the heading "Sechelt  Student. Residence Greets New Administrator", the last paragraph makes a  statement regarding our history; May wo"  state here, that the total responsibility  for building our first school was takon  '" by our. I'oref al hers.' "'���"'" ������'."' '"7'-' ��� -"  ������ ' ';'' r  In 1902 the Sechelt Band was having  ,,,,$v..?.!^  1\ny wits then appointed chairman tu  spearhead tho proposed school. Whon ll  was finally ugreed, by all Chiefs and  Band, mombor.s, tho location of the school  hand tools commenced. Total IndUm land  .Involved  4Va   acres.  ' Tho building was completed o'arly in  1004 Tin. only part tlui eluu-choM umhIhi-  i'(l Jn was lho Sister.. o^Chlld ,\m._  who I'lmm I'niiu I'Yanoo to touch in u���.  Nolmnl classus.  t JJ; was 'CIU'ri,.ull, -Hl.tuqUoo  for Indian  -   LORD JIM'S LODGE  ���    Rooms md  Guest Cottages  Dining Room Lounge  HoQtecl Swimming Pool  Saitnqs, Boot House  R.R. No,  1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  S Secret- Coyp# Sochelt  !pwh m^pi ii inimuininiii ^ im nm mil mmm n, ���  JOLLY ROGER  WASTEWATER TREATMENT  SYSTEMS  '���  ''"'"I'  ���    ���*  ���"!       '       '"    ������'   '      . "        ' p >    ">      '  CROMAGLASS  BIO-PURE  call  *��Mt*(pWW!!y  Standard Motors of Sechell Lid  ft_B_M T|��WJ^B��tMW��tl*>)W>TW*P��^^  Wf* *-^^***M^����P*l**l��lrtf*il^tHSW^  r  INN  At SECRET COVE  VIEW, DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  |^Po<jfc_Spqca^��oL_Gue"_ifs-.  Heqted Pool and Sauna  i��(<w|i��(<��^ipW^[��*wH��^rt* ****itp��*  V>��f Round Moorago  Availablo       A  1 finirin   i  HALFMOON BAY, B.C,  Phone 8859998  .h  ,i|HHHWi.Hi��  Medallion  If you have decided lo Install electric heating In your home, you're undoubtedly  looking forward to enjoying the kind of comfort and dependability that oomes with  the most modern system, available. The key factor, of course, Is the installation,  JMls..wl.iy���wpeeom  It to Medallion standards.  .The, electrical -industry, put years of.  experience and study Into the develop-  mentment of the Medallion standards -  proven Installation practices which are  your assurance of the quality and performance you are-expecting, and paying for, when you Install electric heating.  The Medallion standards mean that the  oyatem has been sized correctly to Insure comfort In any weather' normal lo  your area; that there Is proper Insulation 'o conserve heat and save money;  that1 there are approved controls to'  maintain comfort and contribute to  more efllolont use of e|eotrloltya  Baseboard and floor drop-In units, gell*  Ing oable, wall units, forced warm air,  hydronlo - there's a wide choice of  equipment to suit Individual needs.  Electric heating gives you the opportunity of having Individual thermostats  for robm-by-room temperature control.'  It's clean, quiet and efficient -the most  modem system available,  What abQMt7qperatlng oosla? B.C.,  Hydro will give you a written estlmata  of annual costs of heating with elec-  trlolty and any other Information you,  ''vvpiilcl like about electric healing. All  for free. Call B.O, Hydro Customer Advisory Service, They'll give you a warm  waloome-.  B.Q, HYPRO  MM^SfniWWK*^4*"^*^*^^!"*!  >-?4m��wp*(M!#^��^����*s^  085-2062  -SIA^^ElaiEGrTRIG^tTDy*    ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR '  Box 351  Secholt, B,C,  T  ROBIMJARD ELECTRIC  Et^CTWC HEATING OUR SPEC^IJY  MormnUI Street,  Socholt,  B.C. ���  Phono 885-2131  ptWWMfflpWi^^ U2?5DAY-FRIDAY~SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14-15-16  JEWELRY  DEPARTEMNT  Earrings - 95c  Jewelry and Watch Repairs  ^m^mmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmm,mmmmmmm_m  EAR PIERCING  BY APPOINTMENT  ^    SMALL     <   BY.   SUNBEAM  G.E.  2 pee. Chesterfield  Suite, 269.95  Moss Green  -**w.y��yi__f  2 pee. Chesterfield  Suite,        269,  Mixed Brown ...... ����J"y��-  KITCHEN  HID-A-BEDS  W��ppi^��j����Wi��|i������  >lp.*Wl����'Wf����WN^'l.^^       ',  iw^w^^wiwpwwyw  l    ,    *   . t    M-H  OPENING SPECIAL  RECORDS & TAPES  F  mmwmmmm^t  *_ak:AI*  COMPONENT EQUIPMENT  WILL BE HERE  FRIDAY and SATURDAY  ������     ���     .��� .,.-.-;.. .-.  ��� .     ..   . - ��� ������  8 TRACK AUTO UNITS  DELTEK  wmw j-W ��  S0HBC  TELEVISIONS  Complete line of oil  Portable and Cabinet Models  from 13" to 26"  Black and White and Colour  tf��*!W��iwmvwa*H lifWfl'V  IHMWhW!-  26  COLOUR  & COMPONENT EQUIPMENT  ' ' '       . l",; ' ���'. .7    '���    <    '     ���   i   iV M I  E LE CT?ROHOME!   p' "-���H-  '"/ ��� "     - �� ���  ^->^-^TelevIsiOkis���  -Keswick^  ��20  mm  mi  1.   rt.l  ��r��������fw*  ijt-atwiiifwfe^  If  *��wms��ep*fl^^  !    * I  H  iWW8^lMa>*W��B^IWMim-  WP^ttWWWMW**^^  I     * -���      ���,       ���     n  Vi *'t'T ,<li<'' >'   .     m .* *���> m m��H___mht>. \  X  \  r-  \  Pa^c A-4      Peninsula Times, Wednesday,, Sept. 13, 1972  *49mmmmmmmmm_\9imi>*_wmmtmmmw_\wu9mmmmi  WWiam  iaaa*WJiiiiMmimwaaitimfa<aiaamaaiaiMaiM��aMaj  rp     n xrt   '    2 Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  IHE FENI^SULA /��v��e*    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  AD-BRIEFS  Classified  Published Wednesdoysjpy  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Buna.  ... ot Circulations  March 31.  1972 *  Gross Circu(ation 3275  ~ 7  ~Paid CirculaHoir2421   As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion      ..   $1.10  Three   Insertions  $2.20  Extra  Iinesj4 words)   30c  (This rOTe does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box  Numbers .....jw. - 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  tor Ad-Briets not paid by   .  publication date.  Legal  or  Reader  advertising  35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  qriom, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  and 30c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Local Area _ $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area     $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. :  $9.00  yr.  Overseas __$ 10.00   yr.  PERSONAL (Continued)  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.;   Thursdays,  Wilson Creek  Community  Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-9568,  886-2078.       lB8-tfn  Finish High School at Home  Special  Citizens,  Local   Area   _.  Canada   $3.50   $4.00  Single Copies . ���15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  ot a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn ot any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  -AJvei Using���te���accepted���on���ttre~  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition 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,  iBIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  .  .  .arc pleased  to  sponsor this  " Birth   Announcement, spaco,   and  extends Bost Wishes to tho happy  ''"7"":-'":',7:p_renH," -,���<���>"-;���.���������������-���.������?,  BOUTIN���Bernard ancl Akiioh  Boutin of Gibsons aro. liuppy  lo iii.iioiiiu'u thu birth of tholr  son Nicholas Barrutt, Boutin,  !"> lbs., l!)Mi o/���, on August, 30,  li'7a ut St. Mary's Hospital,  Socholt,  BC, 390-42  ENGAGEMENTS  Mil AND Mrs, Art-lilo Walkor  of Mucloirii ParU B.C., aro  l>lo.inod. to anno.iiH'i. lho on-  unKumr.nl of tholr .lm.iR.itor  Kim to Mr. Darby Hold, son  of Mr, mid Mi'K, Cocll Uojcl  of -VjucU.'ru, Park, B,C,..377--M  AN MEMORIAM  IN LOVlNCr monVoi'y .if Fi'otf  MdNuU   who   piiHtiod   iiwiiy.  'Sopt. nth, 11)71, Sadly mlm-oil--.  Di.vu, Ifiihoi and Jack, >i&\.\%  PERSONAL  CanadcFs  Leading  School  FREE BROCHURE,  National   College  444   Robson,  Vancouver  688-4913  COUNTRY Stars ' Square  Dancing every Friday, beginning Sept. 15th at 8:30 p.m.  at the Golf Club. Beginners  Welcome first four weeks. For  information phone 886-9629,  886-9540  or 886-2535.      385-42  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.  8202-tfn  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula   Times,  Sechelt.  333-tfn  LOT  West Sechelt  Cleared   -  Ready   to  build  $$4500   firm.  H.  B. GORDON  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 123, Sechelt  Phone 885-2013  _______ 38  WANTED���Ocean waterfront-  age with own sheltered harbour. Ph. 584-6105. W. Parker,  15.112 Eagle Place, Surrey,  B.C.   ��� 501-44  WATERFRONT, 2 miles Sech-  elt. Secluded .7 acre, cottage,  cabin and hydro:���Municipal'  water ready to connect. FP  $20,000. 885-9439. 504-42  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,0.00. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times,  Sechelt, B.C.  332-tin  WEST Sechelt ��� View lot 60  x 157.89.   Water,   power,   and  phone.  $4,500.  Phone  885-9655  after 4 p.m. 308-42  DAVIS BAY: Retirement revenue, side by side duplex  on quiet street. Each unit consists 4 nice rooms and 3 pee.  bath. Close to , beach, etc.  Terms on  $35,000 FP.  NEAR GIBSONS: Charming 4  room cottage, >/_ bsmt., on tho  waterfront, A terrific buy at  only  $25,000.  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: Largo  'irregular "view' ���'lot'," $0,(.0Q'.-  ONLY $31,500 full price, ox-  , coUQnt.lorm^. available, Attractive ' !5 room busomont  homo, Tho .spacious living  room features Roman Tlio I'lro-  place, large view wlndow.s  ancl and entrance to 13x24 co-  *,verodi-deckr��Convonlont'*'~kit-"  chon with adjoining breakfast,  room, Dblo, plumb, Completed  rec" room,' Ltfo, dry Htonigb'  area, A-oll heal, Grounds ,sln>  ply lnnd.scapod,  WELL   ciilualod    dovolopineiit,  acroi.KO.     Ovor     1(1     acroH,  IVontaKO  on  'I  rendu.   Details  Oil   l'0Clt|0Ht,    ..,'.,.  LISTINGS   WANTED I  K. BUTTER REALTY  LTD.   '  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE"  0'bt.onfl, B,C,  1   ���"'    Ph'oiio' 0n(l-2000    ;  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  GIBSONS^-House   for sale  by  !\)wrier; 3 years old; 2 bdrms.  FP $18,5-00.' Phone  886-2709. '  4 291-42  2 BDRM. full basement house,  condition as new, on main  highway, near Davis Bay, be--  autiful view, close to beach,  store and-transportation. Large  lot.  Phone  885-2886.        378-42  FOR RENT  ROOMS, $75 per'month,"from  October   1st;   board   also  available.  Sunshine  Inn,  Garden  Bay.   Phone  883-2512.  ^     ��       375-42  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  TflrsTTDTane Anderson 885^2385T  x   7815-tfn  WORK WANTED (Cont.)        AjJTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)    BOATS $ ENGINES (Cont.)  FURNACE ��� installations  burner    service.    Free  mates.  Ph). 886-7111.  and  esti-  36-tfn  YOUR  painter   is   now   available. Phone. 885-9781. 386-44  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES-  Topping - falling danger trees  - limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  HELP WANTED  FOR RENT: Davis Bay waterfront, 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  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  FURNISHED    3    room    suite,  WF,  Gibsons.   Single.  Phone  886-2773. 512-42  ONE bedroom house, available, Selma Park. Adults,  abstainers and non smokers.  Box 603, c-o Box 310, Times,  Sechelt. 503-42  3    ROOM    furnished    cottage,  good location, Halfmoon Bay.  885-9698. 510-42  A PENDER Harbour Resort  offers free rent, thru May  1st '73, in exchange for part-  time caretaking services.  Adults only, no pets, references required. Reply to Advertiser, Box 392, c/o The  Times,  Box  310,  Sechelt,  B.C.  392-43  PARTLY furnished semi-  waterfront, Hopkins Landing, 1 V_ bathrooms. 3 bedrooms. Available to June 30th,  1973, $165 month. Phone 886-  2864. 379-tfn  ROOM AND BOARD  ROOM   andi   board   available.  for   2   elderly   people,   some  nursing.   West   Sechelt.   Write  Box 502, Sechelt, B.C.    312-42  MATURE    BabysMer    needed  in    Selma    Park,   part-time.  Phone 885-2136. 351-43   - .-   HELP���I am a fast growing  business and need help. If  you have leadership ability  and would like to earn extra  mpney, phone me for an interview. Mr. T. Sinclair, ph,  885-9327. Write Box 294, Sechelt,   B.C. 338-43  CHAMBERMAIDS   and   waitresses   wanted   full   or   part  time. Live in or vout. Call the  Jolly  Roger   Inn   885-9998.  179-tfn  WOMAN wanted every 2 days  to  help pensioner  in  Selma  Park    with    housework     and  meals.  Call  885-2205.       365-42  -NOW that the kids are back  in   school,   earn   while  they  learn.     Excellent    opportunity  for part  or full  time  Income.  You work the hours that suit  .you. Call 886-9575 before noon  or after 5 p.m. 400-42  HOUSEKEEPER wanted for  one day a week, Gibsons  area. Write Advertiser, Box  384, c/o Peninsula Times. Box  310,  Sechelt,  B.   C. 384-43  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT  1   Hook Tendef  2 Grade Shovel  Operators  '3  Logging Truck Drivers  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia   or  phone   885 2435,' after  1.965 FORD  352  V8.  Excellent  mechanical. 886-7729.     ���  8220-42;  1966 INTERNATIONAL V_ ton :  . with   canopy.   $750.   cash   or  ,,ear  offer.  Ph.   886-2919.  ~ \\    298-tfn  x 191)6   TOYOTA   Crowri~sedan.  Also      canopy-     (insulated).  H8..-2441.- . : 511-42  191.6    CHEV    station    wagon,  S595.   Ph.   885-9305   or   885-  7464. 397-42  71 CORONA Mark II Toyota,  1900 cc, v 4 door sedan, 4.  speed floor shift, 16,750 easy  miles. Radio, snow \tires and  extra whee's included at  $2,300.   Phone   Don, .885-9504,  20 FOOT cruiser," 90 Y%�� Johnson.     First     $1800     takes.  Terms or smaller trade. See at  Tillicurh Bay Marina.    226-tfn  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  Larger selection of pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good* Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  Box  374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  885-2235.  502-42  '69 G.T.O. -convert. 400 cu. in.  4-spd. All possible options.  $3,500 or closest offer. Phone  Dorhn Bosch Egmont 883-  2770. > 391-43  1972  DATSUN   pick-up  truck,  10,500   miles.   Radio,   white  colour.   Phone   885-9978   after  6   p.m. 387-43  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  14'   RUNABOUT   boat,   18   hp  . Evinrude and controls, $250.  885-2041. 509-42  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  OPPORTUNITY for men or  ladies with car to earn extra money, full or part-time.  Apply to Box 952 Powell  River News  4548 Marine Ave.  ��� 952-44  LOST  BLACK     and     Tan     Cougar  hound with white  chest. In  Gibsons area. 886-9893.    513-42  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  r..~ -.-���<*. - LTD.  Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C.'��� Van.  Direct:  685-3133  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  'Exclusive Agents'  INVESTORS���DEVELOPERS!  Gibsons���Approx. 2Vz acres with 2 bdrm. home.  Corner of 2 paved, roads. Will be amairf route off new  highway. Fantastic Motel site or terrific sub-division  Qs is���no roads to put in. On village water. Approx.  260' on Hwy 101 and 730' on side road. A possible  of 1 "Plots minimum. Terms at 8%.  6    p.m.   Attention  shaw.  W.  Bfcad-  41  LOW DOWN PAYMENT  Selma Park���You can purchase this brand new 3  bdrm. view home for as low as $2,000 down (with gov't  mortgage) your payments will probably be lower than  the rent you are presently paying now! This lovely  home is fully carpeted, Iprge wood cabinet kitchen,  & 1 & Vi baths. F.P. $24,500. See this today!  Call:  Lorrie Girard,  "acific Realty Ltd.  926-5586 (Van.) or 886-7244 or 886-7760  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,   adding   machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  HOWE Sound Roofing���Roofing and buildjing maintenance. Transport available for  work on islands in Howe  Sound. Phone 886-7636. 381-42  CARS & TRUCKS  AVAILABLE end September,  1966 Chevelle Malibu, V8,  auto, trans, everything in perfect condition. Sacrifice $1,0.00.  Phone 885-9654. 371-tfn  1908 FARGO A100 white van;  32,000 miles; one owner; all  new rubber. Al condition. Ph.  John Malcolm, 885-2037.  350-tfn  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational '  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARIr^E DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  j   NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  ft Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-2481  VILLAGE VIEW LOTS. All services, level. $4400-  $5700.  EWART McMYNN  -���--w---__.REAUTX.ArilP-  Multiple Listings Service  JNSMEAN.CE.  Box 238, Gibsons  WISH  to contuot,--Iii.M,or  Duy  SulntH inomboi'H. Phono f,l.f"��  am or 000-81140. 0700-lfi)  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SIM VICE"  ���iii  JOHN BREEN LTD.  ' Roal Eslala 87 Insiirqnco  Ponclor Harbour - Egmont - Earl'S Covo  ..VYAIERERQNZ^  boach"; 750' onl.lul'iwciy, IcJual lor Marina, Mulol-Mu-  lol or what l.(.v'o��yrni. Or, Mocil 'lor ..oihlomliilum lor  A or 13 famlllqa. FP .1.49,900.  PENDER" HARBOUR" MARlNA^Gootl' buslno&a prop..'  osltlon with winter income; Ownor roqulras chahfla.  7 ������ : J mat il.60;0Q0 i-P'with "$20,000'<lownr ^-^  500' dffrontQQQ, l��,P,,$.15,000.  HIDEAWAY���40 acroa of natural bus-hlancl���equal ,  A25,pOOfJ2-  S.f.*-t*i44ii0*t$whmit_ib!i_uj. ~a.,wa����<iu*ttw��' X  iil:MI-WATI:RI:RONT l?.OT���Nlcoly troncl, flood ..location, wator, oricJ powoiiavallable,..0i'ilyl00.paco34l'rom  boach, l"P ,1.7,000. with '/y down,    '  i NECD LISTINGS  Call John Croon at 883-2794 (24 hour.,)'  MHNAtam* t~ iWWII ��1  ''���^l-piffcM  ���*_-- -__-   ������'����� ii ' i. i   ���������.,.���_L,  LOWER ROAD: Two excellent building lots, closo to  good beach, On paved road. Water connections, also  pliono ancl hydro available. Lots have boon selectively  clean-d, There is soma view obtainable, F,P. $5,600  ��� each, t' '/   , . . ���; [. ^   ���'       r  GIBSONS: Throo B.R, houso located on a nearly one-  , half aero l9t,,,,Hamo,h,as,a,largo,pleasant living room  with an oxcblient and attractive fireplace, Stove, frig, ���  freezer and drapos��� are .to remain with houso, Houso  also has a Ono B,R, self contained,rovonuo suite. Property Is conveniently located to shopping; schools and <  theatre, F,P. $38,000 with $15,000 clown,  ROBERTS CREEK-ACREAGE:' A very attractive-��.60-  acros of woll treed ahd level land. This dcroago fronts  munlty wator are all available, Potential vlaw proporly  a short distance from the beach and close to store  and Post Office, F.P. $14,000. All reasonable offers  considered,. ....  GIBSONS: Business location with building on 100 ft,  of waterfront proporly. Separate suite for ownar, En-   __lkUxp_��or_ f i iJ! pa r.t I ci 11 a rs. *,  _,_,  ui/ '      y ���*  ROBERTS CRI.I.Ki Oiia acre commercial lot on highway. '?, bod homo and (in uHlubllsliod 2 pump ....rvlui  Mullon, Onco Cifbuonu bypciai. Tjoaij In Ihlu will bo  Llio only Gut, Slutlun. on lho Highway Eui.t ol WllliOlT  ���CraoK,, ������;. ��� ... .7,;i7'i  GIBSONSw^vNow'2 bod, homo In1 a very qulni'rtroa On  a nice flat view lot and closo to sqhool ami hhopplna,  TrPr$27;50O7BTnFyoTFHrfoir^���-���"u-UJu  LANGDALE WATERFRONTi Executive typo'homo on  a very attractive secluded lot, AH landscaped and  easy access to a beautiful sandy beach.  COMMERCIAL LOT in upper shopping area, 80'xl99'  cleared, level, sewer available, $8800.  MODERN,  three  bdrm.   single  floor  home  on   1 V_  view acres; level, large living- room into full  length  .sundeck, full wall stone fireplace. $37,000.  T.V\ ACRES of the best available land in the "area.'  Completely cleared and in grass. Also growing feed  business wl'th large well built barn for stock arid hay.  Attached dairy cooler. F.P. $35,000.00. Some terms.  Phone for more information.  2 BEDROOM RAMBLER���1 year old. Finished rec.  room or third bedroom large utility, This is a very  woll built place not loo tar from Gibsons. Asking  $22,900 with $8000 down.  SARGENT' RD",���New,3 Bdrm. hp'mo, with panoramic  ylaw of Georgia Strait. Flroplaco, W/W carpet, dream  kltchon, F.P. $29,700, Talk to us about this one, wo  . ' , ���     can arranga mWgag^ .        2.  ' "Mombor-VancouvcrRcahE^talo-'Bonrrl  Phone 886-2248 '" Notary.Public  ��� /'      ' '        ; ,L|IiTI,NGS WANTED  Vlnca Prewar, 886-9359 -Wally Peterson, 886^877  'Ran McSavanoy, 886-9656    .  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.     -,  f  MARTIN RD. Double lot, Howe Sound view, largo.  ^family .room with fireplace,are the features of this  3 Bdrm. hame, closo'to schools, shopping, etc.  In  Gibsons. F.P: $25,000 with torms on $12,000 down.  WATERFRONT, 50 ft, In the VII logo of Gibsons, use  todays price of $11,000 on torms as low as $2000  ��� clown. ���- - ���-'���-     >���  SCHOOL RD,���Gibsons, onasacro of. land, sultab|o for  apartment use, or Multi-Dwelling, F.P. $12,500 cash.  >��.wliii.���..��.��,.-i.i.ni.iiwiai HHipai:  SARGl:NT RD.���RoYonuo.homo or two family dwal-  .��� ling,. 2 Bdrm,- sulto- downstairs, and- 3. Bdrm, - suite, up���  tilalrs wllh luvoly.vlow from both, F.P. $33,250 on.  'lo rms.'  .,.LANGPAL&���3 ilUrm.. i^plll^lavol homo.,  Flowe Sound, Mi  buaainont,' F,P,  ^5,!"  1 '       4    ���-   ,__*.____ "  wltl^vlow of  500 op. good  torms,'  CHASTER WO,  opmont  ��,.���Lqrgo lot 63x264, part ly,cloarod for  pTTrQUar or ?"'Good"lioldlnan,proporty,  F.P. $3700 cash,  HWY,  101--Acroago wllh 3 Bdrm. homo, 2 Guost  ^f.aiT)lly_fMn^J:lpusQ���has_.l:.P,,���WZW-_,carpol��.and��-nlce_  ���mcilchlno sli.icco[jaran��. I'M* ^40,000,  i i (  ���'.��� LISTINGS���WANTED   K, A, Crosby 886-2098 - J,   E. Whlta  886-2935  J, VIbhop.8B5.2300 - Mlko Mlanoy 086-2481   .  ^-���X-  i   -.���(���������    -.���_.*i!A'.p;\  !. '������     ������- ��� ."-rvWv'i  _.,._: -: - .J-,-v.-_i_siii_. _ Sd  ^paGious-44-BR-raneh^tyle-home^built���l^Z0^Electric-heat,__iiie___  place, coppertone range and frig Included, excellent view. Plus-  fully   insulated   shop   building   which   would   convert   to  a   nice  rental   home.   Close to .school,   storesv and   marinas.   $37,500.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���EGMONT  Over 7 acres, approx. 560' waterfront. A good portio^ i.s 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  Fairly 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. \V_ 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-r-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 a beautiful setting���has 165 ft. lake frontage,  5.3 acres,  road access from  Hwy.   101, float,  hydro.   $60,000.  Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE-ROAD'  Madeira   Park���Gently  sloping,   nicely treed   lot.   $6,500  cash.  KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY 101  Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses, roads throughout property. Price firm at; $22,000.  EARL COVE  Unfinibhed summer cottage with sundeck, on nice view lot. Close  to public beach area, $8,200.  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 op attractive landscaped lot with fruit t.rees. A few  hundred ft. to school, stores arid marina.'Washer, dryer, range  and fridge included in price of $32,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl Covo���marina, motel or subdivision sho adjoining ferry  tormlrial. Approx, 51 dcresi with approx. 850 ft, waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy, 101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  ��-��� *13.'8*acrosr,nlcoly treed -land 'Wlth-approxr*350'*Cholco-Wator-*  front. Asking $42,500.  EGMONT LOTS  Wqtprfront lots���$11,000 to $l'3,0()0.'  GERRANS BAY  150' cholco waterfront on Francis Peninsula, oyer half aero, with  ono   room cabin.  Wator  access only.   $13,000.  ��� NEAR, NEW 2 BR. HOME  On approx,  % aero level lot near Maclolra Park. Has oloctrlc  heating, fireplace, storaoo and carport,, Full prlco $21*000,  MOBILE HOME SITpS  Soyoral lots availablo,  /      VIEW LOTS-GARDEN BAY  Voiy larflo ptirMlko k>'f�� overlooking Ponder Harbour, Priced from  ������-JjOOO'tv^jpoO'wIthTjood'tormsl"  WATERFRONT COTS   '  75 ft .'...'_._$ 16,500     "90" ft ,.'...$ 10,500'  2501 ft, loaso lor $8,000        88 ft; .;. j.'......V.:;;.$ 10,500  ,Ruby Lako,   105' ���..$13,500'      1/3 Flahop Island .a���$1 6,500  IRVINE'S LANDING  3 DR homo una larao vlow lot overlooking Lou' Day. C|o���a to  marina and.Govt, wharf. $13,000,  RUBY LAKE  tAGI;  Soml-I.irn'lfihod,  walor and' hydro: "11?'  waterfro'iM' rind' float.  ,  $i?,oao.    ,    ' ���  ,   '��  ' ' '   ' MARY ISLAND   ���.Uuuiilirii|..4,0.-acio.Mary-|ulantl,Juul1~ouU|do-Mptlo|rn"'f"^  'wharf. Ovor 1,500 fl, bholio'rod watorlront, wator, lolophona und  -"-.Irlclly.  Largo, comforlablo, log' homo wllh' oloclrlc healing,  small guost houso,' ||oat,'$125,000 with��� $20,000 down,  ol-tctr  .Many,athor_vlow���ond.watorfronUot�� In-tho P��ndorHarbour-areo,-  ���GlllSiiili  ,'7'2^'^r.y'7"���..���.::^7 7.777-^77,7'7^-*^7.57v'7w;>.^y-^-i'.t ,..^.:.,,^-;-vjv-.^7.  ,    Maclolra Park, ,^(C.  Phono Pflrftlcr'Harbour 883-2233^  i ���   f  IWH> jlWatit^ y*^^FM'MWWWItaaa.Va*t^a>Ban^lIB?WW(a.  ill I  f    l|UMHH|iW |m  ��WP��# ���* \ weaawn<MnlwisW(��(  *$  I  11 ,����� \
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tiiehw-iy.Hil,  between' Davis Bay and Seaview Cemetery,
■ a'fternco\ of   Sept.   10. 'Finder
phone 8«G-2?60.. 5.«-42
IM WEST Sechelt area, golden
'cat:  Finder   please   c-\tl  88.5-
2821.    7    . 399-42
IN HALMOON Bay areaTon
^ Sept. 4th, 2 brown and
white Brittany spaniels wearing West Vancouver licence
tags. If found please call 112-
922-1348 or 112-926-2807." Reward. 508-42
CLUTCH    plates    \vVnte.7 for
model S.gearmatic winch, or~
complete   winch.7" Phone-   836-
9824.    . \,     395-44
WATEF.FRC.i7T. pretty ,Niip
to 2 acres. Mo * buildings.
Access road. Write to Box ..33,
c/o Peninsula Times, Box 310,
Sechelt, B.C.. giving full particulars.  No  agents please.
\ 383-43
LOST- 1 hag sail-boat sails,
between Jolly Roger Iiin and
Redrooffs (on highway-). Reward to finder. Call Dr. H. N7
Nichols 503-228^3050 'oiA7vr.te,
246? S. West. Sherwood Drive,
Portland;   Ore.,   U.S.A.   382 44
LOST--Gower     Point      Road
Crrasterr- weekend . beT
#1,  wood.
389 ..'J,
fore last. Golf clul
Plump  ...iii-7256.
VCAR  keys  on
Ph.  885-9066.
WANTED—Coleman    stove,
a'lson_sed Avon bottles,-cans.
885-2689. 393-42
'" SET of H.D    14 tracks, A-l
condition.   Pads   will   fit   15
or  16.  Phone 885-9752.
Canvas—Boat Hardware
"+.'    C?jn$$ressed air  service
(1971) LTD.
Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.
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bird Series—Teaching Reading, -starts with the 12 key
words. Also Understanding
Numbers; Addition made ea*-
sy; Multiplication made easy
and even Division made easv.
Full series at News Books &
Stationery in Seche't—The
Times Block. Phone 885-9654.
X 371.-42
NOW is immediately * when it
comes to wedding invitations, announcements or thank
yon cards. Pre-printed cards
in stock, very reasonably priced, just fill in the names. Obtainable at Books & Stationery in Sechelt. On the main
street.  Phone- 885-9654.
FOR SALE IContinMei)
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September 13, 1972
The Peninsula Times
Page A-5
Member of the Multiple  Listing Service
Office 885-2235
\     From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012
Winter coming. Get into this cozy retreat on lorgp- level lot,
wnlkmq distance In Village centre. Solid loci home svith large home
ndditiori, heatilatoi stone fireplace, one lieiiroom nnd goes! cottage.
Asking $16,500. Vendor slates will consider all reasonable oflers.
CA.LL: PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.
8 acres of bottom land with livable cottage.  Hydro and  regional
water.   Convenient   to   store   and   schools.   Enough   cultivated   for-
good garden and house pasture.  Terms on   $20 000.
CALL'JACK WARN  886-2681.
Investment and revenue. Only $6,500 required to purchase 2
homes plus office guarters which could be converted to 2 bedroom
home. All three buildings on 2 adioining lots, both homes are
rpnted, rent will carry the payments on the unpaid balance. Full
price only $20,00-0. CALL:  PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.
DAVIS BAY ' No; 2671
Near new, post and beam with 2 bedrooms and fireplace Lovely
kitchen. Open plan dining room and living room. Only short
distance to boating and easy access, beach area. Fully closed car
port with workshop area combined. Neat and tidy for full price
of $24,950. CALL: BOB TO VIEW THIS HOMF eves. 885-9461.
OFFICE 885-2235.
PENDER HARBOUR \    * No. 2669
Choice of 19 serviced lots on Narrows RYiocJ close to good fishing
ond sheltered moorage. Make your earty selection for view or
semi-waterfront. Full details and prospectus in our office.. Prices
range from $4950 to $6000 with 36'.'.. down and 9% interest.
CALL   PETE   SMITH   885-9463   or   DON   HADDEN   885-9504.
Centrally located lot on Dolphin Street. Some trees on this 63x122
fl. residential lot. Take advantage of proximity to shops, schools
and being across from Sechelts own park. Priced for sale at only
$5500. CALL: BOB 885-.9461 eves or office 885-2235.
SECHELT No. 2555
Drive by 1200 Hackett Street and see the value. This is a good
revenue home or could be an inlaw suite. Want to see the beautiful
interior? CALL: BOB KENT FOR APPOINTMENT. This immaculate home can be yours for as low as $6,000 down payment.
CALL:   BOB 885-9461   eves or drop in to our office 885-2235.
Located, on the waterfront as See"helt's only view restaurant
with dining and wining facilities, facing Islands and Gull, of
Georgia.  PLUS living quarters lo boot!
Building has 2800 square feet, situated on large land area
wllh plenty of room fpr future expansion, This business h<\.
virtually .unlimited horizons for .the energetic operator.
Nowly remodelled dining and work area feature modern, up-to-
,dolo,ikir.nisl^ die toko-nut
trade as well.       ;'   ""''    '      , ■■■•'•■■•.
This Ir, a wlpner in this steadily growing business ancl resort
■area, Requires', only $25,000, (barely, what you, could oxpeel
lo pay for a homo) as down payment. Balance on easy torms,
7 bedroom homo, Largo, viow living loom wiih firoplaco, Dining
ond knehon aroa also a I lord viow over Davis l"ay, This modern
home Is priced "of lust' $2 5', 900. All roasonnble 'odors'orr full cash
I ..in. nr lormr, will bo considered. CALL: BOINKcnl 885-9461 i-vo;.
rif LMA PARK ,   ,    No' 265£
Oiio,»| lho llnost vlow Ns high up In Solma Park has a now./
Wlroorri mobilo homo nil roady for occupancy, II hew Doqn on- /
'proved by C.'S.A,,' lho RiillflliVlnspoclnr "n(l'"10' ^'. i a.wm
16,540 B<|. ll. Full ,.rlco 1.17,900, To vlow CALL; DON HAPUkN
8859504.  F_
■''^m'a'PARK'      ' '   '' ' ' No; 2679*
Wt.ll raflnlshod ono bodroom 700 m\, fl, homo, on Hqvloa Rood, ,
ncnoroim lot, Asking $147/50 linn ihIcu onrl only ¥2,000 down,
und bqlonco al  $120 por month, VYondorlul change lor young
■cowplo wllh  low.down naymonl, Also J Traded, loisp.nl■ only
17,000 down, CALL; PETEI^MlTI-JJBB^a o.e.
 uOWIR. POINTS. ~... t , WS-
I'w motion or royonuo proporly on Cmwor wnlorlronl.   lurim on
M3.000.  CALbl JACK WAKNJI16.26JJ ,  "
liwiiilw tilopod largo cornor lot, Quilo clemo Io Pnr|ip|«.o Hay Who
nnci iinntrnnd pnvod laiit^'
R000 (lnwn paymonl, CAI.I,; HOW Kl Nl I'OK PMAII.S BA5.94AI
"M". oi olflco flBS-2235.
I'AVr, RAY '       ' Nn' ^Af4
t'iionco your roilromont wllh thin rlwplon on okcoIIoiiI vlow Iol
i"M o bloch from |ho lipoch ol Dnvi.. Boy, Hoch ,ulo 7>'';
innnvi nncl'910 r'ci, fl, Pull jVrlco $38 000, Tnrrtotnllvnnd appoint--
ni>inf-.R harh6ur"T-  , K'*_2__I«
Mill     .aw wm\ planing \.m smth ol morhinnry, mjI   , Imckn,
'.l«m.l: Crovol pit wllh hlal. potonllol lur (H "l'"«»"J nr;" -
"[ciwt cirowtl; Known l.nr.,ll».KorcKy "• nr^      6n    V    .
''IfViVvlftyv proporly wllh ytnr I'otind rn»0|k    P I fl? oi jI   nn
';«'M honlond busy hlghwoy locollun. CALL HO    KJtNr HHJ.//|ftl ,
:;ou i;)i:taius on Ti;iis.i}UbiNi:srs opporiunity.        , . ..
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.0,155, Sochelt ^fi5fBTBB5=»33-
Op Call Toll Froo from tho Grocer VancpMytfr Area
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FDii LETTERHEADS, .' t?.iiv,.H
_ opes, statemeata invot»-'K'
and " all "t'ormner^lal printing
intact the Tinies office at Se
ch^lt or  »>hono ^885 9654.
SILVER-beige tov- pood'e puppies.     Also    older     puppies.
'885-9797. 329-42
SWIFT Feeds — H. Jacobson,
Switt dealer. Nor'West Rd..
Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chic-
tren feeds - Hor^e feed - Ho<*
feed - Cattle feed. Hay and
other feed?, by order.    258-tfn
Halfirioton .sBay Happenings
*~ ' ' ~—'—t— —! '—r ■— —-— ■—" ; ■	
- — -7 -^-by Mofy Tinkley
PULLETS   ready    for   laying.
Roostei-s   ready   for   killing.
Bantams   ready   for   anything.
Phone 885-2353. '505-42
EXPANDING     round     table,
buffet   and   5   chairs.   $100.
Phone  883-2318. 508-43
ELECTROLUX—Sales,     Service,    Supplies.   Ph.   886-2989.
COMBINATION       oil elot-trie
range,  $75  or nearest   offer.
WOULD anyone owing debts
to the estate of the late
Johnny Doray or Quality
Farm Supply please mail payment to Mary Doray. RR 1,
Pratt  Road,  Gibsons.      907-41
Ph.  885-9488.
TREADLE       Singer      sewing ■
machine. Exc. condition.  Ph.--
r.85 9734. 3K.M2 .
ELECTRIC   frig,   and   propane
stove with   garbage   burner.
883-9972. 3l(i 43 .
22'   Arl-Craft.   Oldsmohile   powered $4700
""•M.  hp Gale outboard        $120
15' Chris Craft Cathedral with
50  hp elect,  outboard   $1195
5   cu.   ft.   refrigerator,   demo.
110   volt $99
Pender   Harbour
Phone 883-226(1
RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may   be   obtained
at The Times. Phone 885-9654.
Quick service on all orders.
Invites tenders for Tree Trimming approximately 27 miles
of distribution linos, Sechelt
Reference No. CQ 7258.
Closing-Date:  Sept.  26,  '72.
Sealed tenders clearly
marked as above—referenced
will be received in Room 1056,
B.C. Hydro and Power * Authority Building, 970 Burrard
Street. Vancouver 1, B.C. until
11:00 A.M. local time, September   26,   1972.
Details may be obtained
from tbe Purchasing Department, 10th floor, .970 Burrard
Street, Vancouver 1, B.C., telephone  683-8711,  Local   2577.
pub.   Sept.    13.   1972
WATERFRONT:   180'  lovely beach with deep protected  moorajae
and sunny exposure. Charming old house at waters edge. Over 1 V_
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    buildirfg    sites.    A    beautiful    resort    type    property.
$50,000 with pass, terms.
WATERFRONT:   100'  protected  waterfront with  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. $21,500.
JOCK HERMON—883-2745 (Any Time)
Box 769,
 ,ESTATES LJD.0^_m_m 885-2241
Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544
Seo gs at our Office.aqross frorn the Sechelt Bus Depot
EGMOND—Local 885-2241 or Direct from
Vancouver MU5-55.44,
of    fhe    Welcome    Beach
Association met last week
mider   its   new   president,   Alex   Ellis,   to
■nke plans for the coming season.
Filmgoers can look forward to anotheV
interesting season of travel, films, for it
;- good news that Mr.''fritz 'Leuchte has
as^ain agreed to arrange the series. He
i...!* lined lip ten programs, starting Oct-
"ber 5th at the Welcome Beach Hall, so
!u-uk up your calendars right now so that
.-...ii don't miss any' of these inspiring ev-
Cn October 5, films will be on Can-
i.l.i' on October '19, on New Zealand and
. ..'.pmr.er  2  on  Great  Britain.
The first social evening planned for.
Saturday, October 14, will take tbe form
nl a birthday party to celebrate the 25th
anniversary of the founding of the Wei-
lome Beach Community Association. Fancy dress will be the order of the day and
Mrs. _^.lf Young and her program committee will be planning an interesting evening. Mrs. Bl'anche\ McCrady will convene 'he ^catering arrangements for the
winter season.
Chairman of fhe maintenance" commit-
uv. BilL Fraser, is making arrangements
I'l'r the installation of a flagpole to house
tin- tine new tlag generously donated by
Kichard and Lillian Birk of Frances Avenue. New members are welcome and
tumid make enquiries from Ed Cook at
Following another heart attack, Ar-
cliu' Rutherford is back in St. Mary's Hospital   receiving   care.
The fa'e of Cooper's Green still remains persist that the Social Credit Government did complete all formalities for
the purchase bf the property before ils
defeat at the polls. Probably we must
wait in patience for the appointment of
the new Minister of Education before
anything definite is known.
With guests departed and things settled down Hi'-mrnrTatT-trfew residents have
taken Irolidays. Ed Edmunds and Mrs.
Ruby Warne accompanied Ed's daughter
and son-in-law, Marion and .Doug Foley
on a trip as far as Fort St. John, where
Stephen Foley is working as a butcher.
They visited Dawson Creek and on lhe
ret urn journey, travelled the new Hope
by-pass which had only just been opened.
The road crosses the Fraser to Haig, continuing lo Agassiz and is an extremely
line highway, cutting off quite a few
miles. They stayed I'or a visit at tbe Foley's home al Squamish before returning
The wenlhor was grand throughout
lhe trip, with temperatures up to H.r) degrees during the day but dropping as
Low as 31 at night. However, since returning home, they have heard from Slephen^
that it snowed in Fort St. John on September 6.
Two other residents who tried the new
.Hope* by-pass before it w^as a week old
are Ed and Leona Tjensvold who are
equally enthusiastic about it. Immediately after doing their duty at the. polls on
August 30, they headed northwards for a
week's holiday, visiting relatives and
old friends, some of whom they hadn't
seen for 25 years. They travelled by the
Fraser Canyon Highway to Quesnel and
returned by way of Cache Creek, the Okanagan and the Hope-Princeton highway,
crossing the Fraser to Haig and the new
highway just before reaching Hope. It
was a pleasant ancl carefree holiday for
them, knowing thut their sons could carry on the shingle mill and lake care of
everything at home in their absence.
:• Mnny' Visitors* cluring' tlie' piast wook
wore disappointed that the rough weather did nol enublo Ihom lo do much fish-
70' Frnnlnrje x 420'  Doep,  Trend-qnd lovol',  Subdlvkloblo,  F,p,
$22,500,'Wllh Torrh'i, Coll Ston Anclcrnon tiny!."'885-224 I or bvoa.
•   885,2305,      .
',?, Inlu on ciulol, r.irm.1. Closo. to boach, FJ1, ,$3,600 end).  Coll
Ston Anclorson clay;-. 885-224 I or ovos, 885-2385,
rLocolc;cl..on.pArbutus<,Strpot,» thls'lot lawfully serviced nnd clonrod,
'drlvtlwriy In'■ In," P,P;  $7;500;'' TormfSl'Call  Slan ' Anclorson dnyr,
885-?.?,4| or ovoa, 885-2385.
..... ,,,.,,.,.„„ ...,, SELMA PARK,,.,,„...,..'.,.,..
Now 3 Bedroom homo on vlow lot, Lcirrjo llvlno room, Corporl
nnd Bwnclock, Lot Is lovol and onslly landscaped. F,P. $22,800,00,
Coll Stofi/SnclofVJQ c'oyt? fiOQ-XZ'l,I, or,ovcift, fiflS-?,3P5,    ,	
we£t sechelt
I com   lioenndnry   road,   F.P,   .$5,950,00,   Call   Stan   Andorson
885-2241 dnyn or ovos, 885.2385,   -	
'   ,       MALFMOp|N|'; BAf WATER, FRONT       ,
1?,0 fl„ wllh on., ricio nf' .arid, Q'ldnf woll mnliilnlntjcl 2 bedroom
homo wllh upnialrii lor oxpanslon, Waiorlioni In lovo|, Small float.
Laiflo narnniMhop,  ".qulppod wllh powor, F,f\  $4i?,,500,00, Call
Stan .Anderson dayn 885-2?41, ovov 880.2385,
„„,_ _.„^^  ^^
70 ll, wCiiorfrnnl, Fany lot accord, Poop inoorrffio, Cfood .iHilldlnq
hltofi, l,o| covnrod In AiImiIhr and lie Irooii, All Borvlcot, nvollai'lo,
IM',   .'H15,7!*0,00  lormn,   Call   Sinn  Antlornon dnyn  885.2241,
 ,    ,   ....„.„. ovoft, 8B5-238S	
ing. Tu'.o., of these were guests of their ^
old C'P flly- c&Ueague, Charlie Coatham.
Bob Butler and BjJl Filbert, both'of Vancouver, went home with a nice, catch on
their last visit, but this time spent most
of their visit ashore.
A fisherman who is not easily put off
by the weather is Darrow Ca.sey of Trail
whu is tbe guest of his sister, Mrs. Ruby
Warne. This intrepid fisherman wrent out
every dav, whatever the weather and at
the time of going to press, he announces
that he has landed a nice 12 pound red
spring. Thi? time last year. _lt. Casey's
ooat was capsized off Thorrpanby Island
and he- was rescued by a passing cruiser,
hut this experience did nothing to dampr
en his enthusiasm.
Guests of the Phil Dill's at Redrooffs
have been Mr. and Mrs. Jo Dwyer of
Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ChurchJ_H'
of Welcome Beach had the joy of getting
16 know their first grandchild, John Douglas Churchill when he flew from Toronto with his parents Douglas and Lola
Churchill for a ten day visit with them.
The 2 months old l red-headed baby behaved perfectly, both on the plane and as
a house guest, report the proud grandparents.
Guests of Mrs. Roy Holgate have been
. her grandson Mel Klusendorf with bis
wife Donna, children Jeffrey and Dean,
and Donna's sister, Tammy Smith, all of
Brandon, Manitoba. Mel's father was the
late Ken Klusendorf, Mrs. Holgate's only
!.on, who was a frequent visitor at Welcome Ueach in earlier days. This was
Mel's first, visit to the area since he was
a small boy.
Mrs. Charles Chestnut, accompanied
bv Iter children, Michael and Jamie, has
been the guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
Eva Lvpns.
Hflre   cli_m^ with   funds\ bvdHdljte
for \,. mortgages on lesidehtidl ana
c0-f.s7.eff:.a. properties. -
PUNS^S           \ S|
many different styles |1
Only $7*95 il
taken on cone IS
Only  19c oz. jj
^Jke   UU
For   Quick  Results   Use   Times  Adbriefs
If recycling really catches on,
garbage  will  be  patriotic.
For Rafts,
Docks, Boafhouses
Styrofoam BB Brand
Buoyancy Billets
It  fakes   only   1   cubic   foot   of
Styrofoam BB Brand plastic foam
to float 55 lbs.
Block 10"x20"xl08"
$27.00 at
Phone 883-2266
25' eeeis
vl/ia X^le
YOUR CHOICE  $10  (as  is)
Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-2339
RETURN ...........      J|  | -Jl
Your Local Travel Agent at 885-2339
Wnlorfrnnl Homo on Innrlpcapcwl Iol  Houso hns 3 bodroom. wllh
l-nfl-mienl,  Apr-mx,  flOO nq,  ,11,     Flroplaco,.. »hoko...rou|,     P.P.. ,
70xH0 DiilMInn  lot In Pobcrtn CreoH, Pqynrl Roorji qnd Sor«
ki_.  i       kaKa^6Qo4J.>eadv-occcs9»
F.P, f.5,950,00, Col) Ston Anthnon ORS.55?,'
■ |0,r.9 ocrfipfrom Go|f Couw, f-xcollont polcnllnl for tuhcllvlnlon.
Tiof'd wllh Soiiihorn OKpoviro, F)P7$?.9,?00,OOl Coll Ston Andnr*
don flflll-S'.Ml or oyrM,- aa3.?383,
~™6550 THastings St., 'Burnaby % B.C.
■'•■'■"■•'■'"' HARBOUR & GULF VIEW
Drivo by 1597 Sargont Road ancl view this Immaculate
kept   1066 sq, ft.   11  yr, old 3 bedroom home with
finished mc. room. Asking $30,500. Try your clown
' / • . payment. .   "   ^"'
This hasrto bo one oLtho4best,buys on today's,md'rkot.
2 bedrooms, full bsmt,;f stucco, on 98'x148' View'lot.""
Hurry  for this  fantastic  buy!   Not^v'f'.P.  of   only
$21,500, Includes all furnishings,
Lot No, 109 a! Sandy Hook, good view plus Southern
'Q^pdsure, 0
$50 per month, Or Lot No, 14—this cliff hanger has
and   any   reasonable   offer!   Those   must   be   sold!
Buys you this fully furnished-3 room cottage on over
an aero, Only $12,500 F.P.
'™ldearforyoarM'oQnaif?lhgr*Sre'thls"2 bedroom"scml"
■• post & beam on approx."l'/t acros of:sqbdlvidablo
property, Only $15,900 F.P.; terms may bo arranged,
Then see this aero witlva good potential vloW! .Loc','
near lho lop. oLPo.rk,.,..Av9p,.,(R6b]QVts,v,Crook),.„.,Thl8.,
nhoulcln'l last long because It's only ■'('6000.
i/. ... i   .i  i 7' '■''" '> 11 >',[   i<\ i
-M!.>\'jff, ,» 7' 7    '   'I'       '      ° '
§$!?%:■;< \ 7r\,-22,
i        i
Bojit Marina site In aroa, Hoart of Madolra Park, Ovor Q50' waiorfront, drivo onto proporly from blacktop, Try your ollon on F,P,
-•- --"-•■""■ • ' "•"-"■ ■ a« tOa-.nr.R; - * * """ "' * "•"• '
Ovor 2000 fl wotorfroni at Socrol Covo,on 31 acrci of hoaiitllul,
-*— nntfirairpar^irK-crtfeotiiamirFrfftnin^^
Morlorn 5 roorVi b!)rnt7horno7ohly
will) ylow,, In Madeira Pork, ""asytornvi.
,    CALL-MC^. NOBLE 883-2701
,7ff^^W*SW*iM#WM*!W(l«»* * faB»«fl*H)«W!.
. 9367292
I've got many^otlior properties for salolSoml Wft, lot
qf Ponder l"|arbourfof only ,$4000, or 80' pf sqndy
booclf wllli an old cabln.Qr a rotlremenl1 home.op 60'
 '     'G KNOWUS'.
' 298-0541'or 291-2881
MPW «mi»fc#W*W Wi»-*» *#!_* rH**f-t*»i-«l»«*5«Hf<*ft(     ,
m^mi^mm»Mm*m ���\  !\  \\  ' \  es  Houses  w   \ ���<  THIS 4series  of articles  will  try  to deal  _.wit_i the things involved, .when chaos- ..  ing a place to live, the lot in the place  chosen and the basic factors of designing  the home to go on the lot..  Most readers v/ill have made the decision to- live here already, but future property values will be affected by. demand  so this first article.will looH at the area  from an outside vie^w and compare it with  the other few desirable places all over  the world.  If you think this is too wide a starting point you will be surprised lo read  that your local paper is being read N in  London (a copy in B.C. House-, in New  York, in Sydney Australia and in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Hawaii,  Burma   Kenya  and   over  the  U.S.A.  As you know, there are many people  in these and other cities who have become unhappy with city living and their;  new dream is lo find Jheir own bit of  heaven on earth. Some of them are  wealthy and have no family ties" so they  can and do think in terms of the whole  world   before  making 'their choice.  Imagine you've won the Irish sweep  and the kids have gone and you're living  in, say, Northern Ontario. Where would  you pick?  At first it seems just too easy, but  for the English speaking of any variety,  it is becoming much harder than ever  to find a quiet, peaceful lovely spot to  settle. You have to look beyond the  glamor of travel pictures, which ends  usually at the edge of the picture and  seek dull things like political stability,  protection ol your money, tax situations,  understanding the language and living  habits, cost of living, etc. before even  looking at things like scenery, climate  and  recreation.  As you apply one or moro of these  tests, whole chunks of the world drop out  as possibilities. For example, how do you  fancy putting down $15,000 for a house  witli swimming pool in Uganda? Before  you know il, you arc down lo a short  list, which includes the English speaking countries, Scandinavia and Western  Europe.  Scandinavia meets most of the things  except language and climate. With the  high latitudes, winter days are very short  and often bleak. Also the culture, though  copied by ours, is best learned while  young and it is a bit late to hope to  join it in middle or later life.  Western Europe; especially Southern  France, northern Italy, Switzerland and  Spain are plainly in for serious thought.  There are Canadian colonies in Ibiza (an  island near Majorca), the Costa del Sol)  (Sunshine. Coast) and the Costa Brava.  The once low cost of living and relative  luxury in a pleasant climate have faded  as'international  demand   grew.  Switzerland, and particularly the Lugano Lake Locarno region has a good  climate, good standard of living and a  high existence level, but immigration is  restricted and "costs are high and climbing.  Coastal Northern Italy offers gracious living, and tlmugl. tho rocks and  I lowers arc different, the overall appearance is nol unlike this stretch of Ihe  B.C. coasl. One pop.!.;.,- p]ai.e is p���|.(o_  (mo, which has become a mini- Beverly  Hills. There arc other, equally attractive  villages, where English is seldom heard,  bul living in them requires knowing  Italian and having a sympathy for the  Italian way of life.  Much the same is true for lesser  known parts of tin. French Riviera except  jor the change of language, The well-  known places have, do, and will at-  I rae! large numbers of wealthy English  speakers,   bul   property   prices ' in   Ville-  Jriinche,(>r around CciiJd'Anliboswoiilcr  iiuike any local real eslate man green  wiih envy, Among oilier things, far your  inonoy, you can Wi.lk n.niiitfl. llioNico  I Iowor markel on a December morning  '"id Hunk of what Ihu weal her is doing  'I'  the cily you  lull,  Unbelievably,   (here     arc   four     suh-  ���impiiMil-arcns-lirnir^BfllinrnnMrEIrr  Miu Irish and Scoliish ones arc unknown  I'l^ne, Inn the Irish ono in around��� Slum-  BUILD ONE FIRE  ALU SEASON.,.  .. VVmiil Jtv llyii oitu innl .uqomii.mw.1 honl..  r-Ol/irii iiml Willi Ahlilny Wood ll.wilola  vim   linlil   il   nm (i   mul ynu  liiivn  finn-  liniioiih oomlmwihiti hunt with iicinmlin  IncKliiifl ol wood,  1����flW��j>3*_***�� ���*i����il^B-��B��W"**l' I  WOOD HEATERS  V|.nmi�� Mylim o|���!.onion..-'  in III ynui nniulH wllh i\  piunnlod nittntt: syninm'  llinl miviiii Inn! i) nit I ti up Id 7(i1��  ONLY APD WOOD  ., .    EVERY 12 HOURS  'lhinii|iih|iili(inl|y iinnliullnil ill nil  huiim  wpofi for \. lo'io naurs .viifioi/1 Voiiiiiityr  \\'nl. hi fir. fvldn -"    ,   'Inclusi.i'ie'8". "7  of Canada, Ltd,  ,.,,.,..,..,.,*,.,.|ffirmririyfirfinnnn Mlfur-un���)'���"*"���"������  ?Bfl rilii fapUimilii,   N<VM Vnnrrijiyaii, p,(l,  I^^W^^IiBflJm^WWBWtwai^aW  .    a  >fc"  ���_-  ��+���'  MACLEODS  -AUTHOR IZED-OPAkGR-  Troll Any Hnrclwnro  LimltcU  Troll Ray Centra*  Socholt  Phono 005-yu^u  ���by Definis Shuttleworth  non   and <an   island   bff-shore.   Scottish   ���  friends,   all" sailors,   talk  of  'a  gea   loch   4  where the salmon are as.big as the Loeh  Ness monster, where the palm trees grow  tall and where Heaven landed on. earth \  after  it  bumped   its   wheels  on  Ireland..  '.For   those   knowing   only-,  the _ Scottish  naval bases or the Commando school near  Fort  William,  all  this sounds like something   from   "Brigadoon".   Nonetheless   it  really does exist, and is due to an eddy  of the Gulf stream. To fjnd it you have  to penetrate the Scotch mists and a security  screen   beyond  compare.  The Welsh sub-tropical area is��in the  extreme South-West of the Country as  is the English one���specifically in the  Seith Isles and the part from Penzanze  to Falmouth. There is a place just east  of" Penzanze called Gulval, where there  is a southern slope 2-300 feet high and  about a mile long. Locally, it is called  the golden mile and produces two crops  a year witfTout fail. Palm trees grow to '  a height of 30 feet���daffodils start in  mid-January, rhododendrons bloom in  February, along with cyclamen, and  primrose and in normal years swimming  and sailing is possible on most days. The  principal catches, and nowhere on earth  is without them, are the present tax.  agreements between Canada and U.K., an  official English policy to try to. acquire  all coastal property for public use, which  has driven remaining private waterfront  property sky-high, and the problems arising from population overcrowding. A  poorly designed and ill equipped house  on 1 '/2 acres of steep waterfront was  $50,000. two years ago and has since  ^doubled. In the rare event of obtaining  an empty waterfront lot, the design is  subject to planning "approval in principle", which will take anything up to  six months. The final design is always  subject lo planning board veto, so building tends to become an obstacle race.  From the, as yet, wide open spaces of  Canada, it is easy to ridicule this sort of  performance, but the situation is the  direct result of a "too many people���too  little space" problem, and the solution  of using bureaucratic equality is the only  one which is acceptable to a "fair play"  loving people.  The South Pacific is a serious competitor for consideration. Western Australia and the coast north of Fremantle  are becoming known as the last frontier,  and for those with a taste for a law  and version of the Wild West, this has  many attractions. The coast is not unlike  the Florida-Bahamas coasts, in that they  are all flat, hot and sandy and too full  of sand flies, which never seem to be  attracted to the beautiful girls, always  spread out on them. On the other side of  Australia, 2000 odd miles away, there  is a superb coast-line running from near  the Queensland/New South Wales border  down to around. Wollonggong, south of  Sydney. North of this is tropical and  south.is getting a little cool. As possibly  the world's greatest individualists and  gamblers, the Australians are well aware  or the potential of this coast and it is  priced accordingly. In addition, like here,  the growth of nationalism is tending to  produce laws to keep "Aussie" for the  "Aussies".  Equally lovely, are some of the North  Island coasts of New Zealand. Canada  has a long history of emmigration to  New Zealand, beginning with Mr. MacLeod and his Cape Bretonners. N.Z. has  a cradle to the grave social security  scheme and if Commonwealth governments stop their platitudes and give inter-   changeability   of   security   benefits,  \  \  ,\  Campaign Commences  Coast-Chilcotin Riding Progressive  Conservative candidate John Pankratz with his northern campaign committee. Seated left to right, John  Pankratz with campaign chairman  Ted Hopkins. Standing left to right,  Brian Tulley, official agent; Jack  Warner, publicity; Murray Hume,  tours and special events.  this could and would be a very attractive  haven. Costs are high, and the international disease of inflation is prevalent.  Life in. the southern hemisphere has a  few surprises, such as the sun rising on  your right hand and setting on your  left as you face it, all the best exposures  facing north, and the vortex in emptying vessels rotating in the opposite direction to here. .,. .__.   Finally there is North America. For  climatic reason, Florida, Southern California and now Arizona lure the non-  working settler. The political and cost of  living factors need no discussion here,  but the same may not be true for Mexico, coastal property in that country is  not available to foreigners by law, so  if this is your dream it can not come true  in Mexico.  In Canada, there is no alternative to  the area formed by lines drawn between  White Rock to Powell River to Comox  to Victoria. This simple climatic and  scenic fact is becoming known across  the breath of Canada and was helped  by the publication of the Plant Hardiness  Zone map, published by the national  Dept of Agriculture" and available free  on request to the publications branch  of that Dept. in Ottawa. >  The result is that people in every  city across the land have pinpointed  this area, and can be expected to have  a following of flood proportions as the  knowledge spreads.  In the next article a closer look will  be taken at the area mentioned with a  discussion of the probable effect on your  slake here.  Mr. D. H. Shuttioworth is a graduate  professional engineer and a world traveller.  MORE     ABOUT..  ��� Conservative program  ���from page A-l  deuce,   enthusiasm   and   individual   initiative."  "Our young people have been given  handouts rather than a chance to connect  and earn their self respect. That is a  basic  issue".  "On economics we have been fed a  steady diet of hit and miss proposals  that have led to continued massive unemployment and to spiralling tax loads  for the individual. Stanfield has committed a Conservative Government to  stimulating demand, and therefore, the  economy, by individual tax cuts rather  than massive government spending. That  is a basic issue.  Our form of government is perhaps  the greatest issue.Cbhtrary "to the thinking of the Trudeau government, the Conservatives believe that our Parliamentary  system, a system that thrives on open  criticism, is very modern and responds  quickly to the changing demands and  needs of the people. It is our only guarantee that bureaucracy, a body that does  not have to answer directly to the people, will not gain control of every part  of our individual lives. That is a basic  issue.  The role of the MP is an issue. I be-r  lieve that the MP should be in constant  communication with all groups m the  community to determine their needs and  desires as well as to explain the government policies. To truly feel the pulse of  the people an MP needs to spend the  maximum time in his riding. It is my  intention to investigate' and discuss in  depth  local  issues during  the  campaign.  Safe Motoring  DRIVERS'   licences   in  British  Columbia  have a neyv lookv^as of,July 4'tb. All  licences .\issuec}\ or renewed after that  date will include a coloured photograph  of the holder. ^  This change has been introduced primarily to make identification easier and  to assist the enforcement agencies^ in  making sure that the licence" is being  used by the person entitled to use it. The  new format is recognition of the fact  that a driver's licence has become almost  a universal form of identification. ' The  licence will be useful as a positive means  of identification in connection vnth driving, but lor other purposes as Well.  The new licence,, the size of a credit  card, will contain standard personal in-  . formation and the photograph. Photographs will be taken at local motor  ���licence offices at the time, of application.  An interim licence will be issued at that  time for use ducing the processing period. The fee of $5 for 5 years still applies.  Persons now holding a driver's licence  are not required to change to the new  format before the renewal date, shown'  on their current licence, although they  may obtain a duplicate licence in the  new format if they wish. Cost of a duplicate   licence   is  $2. ���     '  Proof of identity is an important factor in the issuing of photo licences. This  can be provided by producing an expiring driver's licence and at least one  other method of identification which  shows the signature of the person. Passports -are very acceptable for this purpose.  A CASE SUMMARY  An accident occurred at the intersection of urban arterial streets with traffic signal control. Vehicle 1 struck head  on to the right side of vehicle 2 which  was left-turning at the end of the green  phase of a traffic light turning to amber. Both vehicles were destroyed and  the driver of vehicle 2 was killed.  Both drivers were guilty of errors.  The left-turning driver should not have  turned on amber until oncoming traffic stopped. The driver of the other vehicle, overdriving both the speed limit  and road conditions which were not good  because rain was falling, probably could  not obey the amber signal. The faults���  poor judgment of an aged driver in one  case and. youthful, indiscretion in the  other, rather than any road or vehicle  shortcomings caused this crash and the  fatalijjy.  MORE    ABOUT./.  ��� Pender clinic bickering  ���from page A-l  equipment as referred to by you will also  be purchased by the government and  remain the property of the B.C. government.  It  is  intended  that  this  arrangement  will continue for a  period of five years  subject   to   the   provision   mentioned   to  ���    you   previously   by   the,-Acting   Deputy  Minister of  Health.  ���\  Page A-6 The Peninsuja Times  Wednesday, September ,13, ���1972  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  ..    PASTOR NANCY DYKES  (?ower Poirvt Road .  \  PENDER  HARBOUR  FULL G06PEL  TABERNACLE  \  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  \  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  . ' ���    -  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 1 r a.m.; 7. p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  PASTOR:  GERRY FOSTER  Phone:   886-7107  SUNSHINE  COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  'Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim ���'Williamson" - Gibsons - 886-2333  ailflMfaMIIMnMAMftflJIMIflflMMflMMflMMliMIMMMfllflilitNaaMfftnn  The decision of each individual not to  smoke cigarettes is his only effective  means of preventing cancer of the lung.  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School   10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship  11:15 a.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 Pastor  "'     886-7776  am....a,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,��������������� , iiiniiiniiiinmiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii.HiiMiMiMmm>ii >������ <a   THISMAN  IS WANTED  IN ALL TEN-PROVINCES-  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9416  ������f����^<^^  A-ONE  �����.'. Aitbdi ���  JJryun Burkiithhuw  ����PW(MP��#W^.M'M*��^  But He Came to the SMnshineCoast  . i',i. t *  Urn^  Aiul ho ���oun.o wllh uxpciionco,  li.lil.ulvi.,  mul profcKKlumil, dedication.  I Us job:  io" Imroiluco Q-owi.' Llio ' io  The K.uthl.fnt Coin,  ���'��� It iiho.ildn't  luko  long,  ,t.lro\vn m.ikcN, I��h jni/rk ��� I'iiRt' with  ��� innovMlvo plans hncl'loWniton." *  ^^^,^,^'i^ioiu.yoiirticll'  When ho calls extend iiliii ;  ���lho co,irici.y ol' your time;*'"������ '  ' '  mm-'&mmtmmi**  v<tem9twtofmi>mm<w<,i*l>m<<>&  CRQWN  ��� ������   UFh* INSURANCE COMi'ANY/l^RONTO/'CANAbA ���"       11 ' 1     ! p   '  '    1 ,  860 Doufllof Slrvot, MG li.iomalioi.al Hound, V.'qiario, p.'C'Toh 3&B*?7->rt  mi' 111 mi 11 ���  *ini.M"a��..��iaiaaa.a>a laiataaaaaaa.M.iaaaaaaaaaaa.aaiaanaaiaaiaaaaaainaaaaaa.aaaai iiiiiMiilMMMlllliiMilHaMMMllllM?  We Reserve  The Right To Limit Quantities  Prices Effective: Thur.vFrir; Sat.; SeptiT4> 1 Br 16  mm  WHITE OR BROWN  16 oz.  .$100  CHUCK OR  ROUND^BONE*  POT ROAST  LB.  IS   ,'  FROZEN DINNERS  lto'1.00  Banquet, Bocf; Turkey  and Chicken   W.,TO��������������.n,��,,,;,..���i����..l.��M~��.��ro��,p��-..��v����.4����4.  .'  PINEAPPLE  Crushed, sliced or tidbits.  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They were Ann House, thie  Human R&source Director; Terry Miller,  human resource field worker; \Arnold  Straynadka, assistant to the executive  director; and Lonnie Hindle, who operates  the  new mobile  training unit.  Three main items were - discussed;  housing problems, the new mobile unit,  and the cultural-unity meeting that will  'be held at Sechelt, on October 7.  It was pointed out to the provincial  representatives that Andy Prest still has  t not been able to find suitable accommodation, and that he is presently^ living in  his sister's house. This, despite letters of  recommendation fron\ his former landlord, and his employers. Neither is it  because Andy has not tried to find a  place to live; it is simply because therex  are very few houses, large enough for  a i'arqily of seven, available for rent. The  obvious alternative is to find a place that  Andy could purchase, but this isv not  as easy as it sounds, because of the high  down payment requirements.  Two weeks ago a housing counsellor  came up from Vancouver and met with  Andy1 Prest, and the Sunshine Coast  local executive, but there has been no  further progress. It was pointed out that  Andy is not looking for charity, that he  has a stable employment record in logging, but that he needs guidance and assistance, in order to find a place to live  for his family.  Arnold Straynadka told the meeting  that BCANSI officials will meet with  Federal Urban Development Minister,  Ron Basford. at the Georgia Hotel, on  September 19. It is hoped that one immediate result of this meeting will, be  a low interest federal loan, so that the  BCANSI can set up a Native Housing  Corporation. This money could then be  used to build' modern houses for nonstatus Indians, who would in turn make  WILL BE OPEN  FOR  BREAKFAST AND DINNER  ON  FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS  AND SUNDAYS ONLY  Open by  Reservation Only  Monday to Thursday  SPECIAL LOW WINTER PRICES  Garden Bay  883-2512  mortgage payments to the Native Housing  Corporation. x  One of the major problems facing  hon-status Indians . is that they do not  have any land, and the prohibitive cost  of land in developed, areas makes it next  to impossible for many non-status people  to acquire homes of their own. In this  way status. Indians are much more foi-  tunate in that they have at least a little  land, left' on their reserves, and can get  federal assistance in building homes. The  non-status Indians are now in the position that they will have to buy land that,-  in rnany cases, should be theirs by ab  original right.  Wayne Clark, a board member of the  Sunshine Coast local, said that the cost of  land onsthe Sechelt Peninsula puts it out  of reach for most non-status people. Unfortunately, before the CMHC will approve a loan, the prospective home-owner,  must be in possession of a serviced lot.  He said that one of the alternatives might  be to get some crown property on lease.  But Straynadka answered that CMHC  will -not make loans for building on leased property.  Straynadka also said that if a Native  Housing Corporation is set up, under "the  wings of the BCANSI., individual members would be able to borrow money to  build houses that would have to meet  local building codes, but not necessarily  the standards of CMHC. Another benefit  of a Native Housing Corporation^ is that  any houses built would be built by nonstatus Indians; thus creating job opportunities for native people.  Lonnie Hindle explained that the  mobile training^ unit will be set up to  meet the specific needs of BCANSI members. He will be travelling across B.C.,  and try to find out what the people want  the mobile training unit to do. He hopes  that B.C.A.N.S.I. members will outline  their requirements to him, so that he  could then set up "suitable programs, on  video-tape and bring it back to the people.  This training unit was made possible  by a $20,000. First Citizens' Fund grant  to the B.C.A.N.S.I. Hindle feels that if  non-status Indians make use of this facility, they may be taking one more step in  improving their position in the community. He said that he is willing to devote  all his energies to developing meaningful  programs, but that this would only be  possible if the membership told him what  they wanted.  Sunshine Coast local president, Ben  Prest, reported that arrangements for the-  October 7 gathering are almost finalized.  Invitations are being sent put to all B.C.  locals, to National Metis and Non-Status  leader, Tony Belcourt, Provincial leader  Fred House, and a number of newly elected MLAs.  ���  Prest said that many non-status leaders  have - already   made  verbal  commitments jto attend and he. is optimistic, that  'tlRe hieetihg 'will b'ilTa Success.  He said  v_^\_V :$  '/-���"-��� ../cry....;.- :;  ..  ���.���  '���'.������?.- . 1~",  - V   4.  *"_". * , I   *' ��� *,.      .  to  ....      ���;/^,*t.*    *��������-��+���_   ...     '  '*        *   ^*.J_       '..4 4H_.'     4     .*~ .    .  >���-   *���H J:    ''-ft-   -r.,-   .  ' *"     '-'&*+>  Blind Institute ready,  Jor annual fund drive  SEVENTY 4d_t -years' 3go, '. Canada (became the first country in the world to  handle reading material for the blind  post free. Each month the ..Library of  The. Canadian National institute for the  Blind circulates over 2,000 braille. volumes and ,12,000 taped talking books.  Brailled, taped, and large print books  are available to the 27,000 registered  blind in Canada including texts for the  275 students studying beyond the high  school level. - v  Your donation to the upcoming drive  will support rnany services���counselling  .of parents of blind children,a constructive employment program and residence  care for senior blind citizens. When you  make a gift to the volunteer canvasser  you help provide preseftt needs and invest  in their future through-Jhe CNIB.  West Canadian Graphic  204 West, btn Ave. .  Vancouver lu, -J.\C. >  ���        "  ,,-SeryJt-ce  ustries  7  \  if  ATTENTION GAME HUNTERS:  ALL GAME CUT, WRAPPED AND  FROZEN  TYEE  PRODUCTS LTD.  Sechelt . 885-20121  SUNSHINE  COAST  CREDIT  UNION  NOW  Back  on   Duty  Two weeks ago the Times published  a picture of this, lifebelt stand at  Roberts Creek waterfront parksi'te.  The lifebelt had been stolen by an  irresponsible smart alec. A member  of the public, after noting the report,  spotted the appliance hanging on the  wall'of a house and in short time  the culprit had been charged and,  as seen, the life saver is back on  its stand!  there will be discussion on cultural unity  that is aimed at exchanging views between status and non-status Indians dealing with common objectives, and problems.  At 2:30 p.m. of Oct. 7, the Sunshine  Coast local will present a brief to the  gathering, which is tentatively scheduled  to be held at the Sechelt Indian band  offices, and all members, as well as anyone interested, will have the opportunity  to question the non-status leaders. The  meeting will adjourn at five p.m. and  everyone is invited to attend a dance at  the Roberts Creek hall that evening, ���  Prest also wished to express his thanks  to Gilbert Joe, Clarence Joe ��nd Henry  Paul of the Sechelt Indian band for the  co-operation the Sunshine Coast local ijas  received frqm them. .The Sechelt band  has always been willing,td fflake their.  J'icilitief!   available,. jat   no   cost;   to.'the  non-status group. He cited this as an  example- of how all Indian people can  help each other.  Ann House and Terry Miller both expressed pleasure at seeing so many members present at the meeting. Mrs. House  said that although the Sunshine Coast  local is only two months old, it has be-  come one of the strongest and most active  locals in British Columbia. The membership has continued to rapidly increase,  there are now forty members as against  the eight charter members two short  months ago. 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I        \ it  \  ~\  \\  ^.  \  \  \  ^t^W,^^  JQ? relocation  w  MC  gnmiininikTniit-ikikiiiiiilii.i����ii��im��������'����''IITtni>'1'aat  : Our  Exciting  Fall   Fashions s  _ s  I are  arrivinq  daily��� 5  i _     ��� *  I Come and  See  .  .  .  ^airman Almond announces | ju* -�� yj^  COMMENTING on a recent vir.it to Victoria at which tirne he was accompanied by a group of focal residents, Regional Board Chairman Harry Almond said  ho fo!t it necessary to seek information  on relocation of Highway 101 at Gibsons.  Il7 added that although there have been  many rumors, .nothing official has\come  from 'he department 'other than a scribbled note from lion   Isabel Dawson'.  The note from the former MLA had  indicated that a decision involving the  original lower route had been dsoided  upun. Almond told the Board that after  li-.ieriing in gn explanation as tn why the  lower route was favored, he could see  there was "Qgir in the choice! "However,  I .'.mid not altogether agree with his data  regarding traffic pattern," he added. He  - ssaid he alsoxfelt that the decision was being  forced  upon  the  official.  Almond told the Board that it was''  clear the officials had- little conception of  tthe true situation: "It is possible" they  thought that when Mayor Peterson met  with them he was speaking for the board.  I made clear tp^ them that this was not  so," he said.  Stating that nothing is yet finalized  regarding the relocation route. Almond  said it seemed to him the highways official would prefer to hold further discussions with the board, consequently, he  has arranged 'a meeting for later this  .month.  Director Frank West objected to the  date set which, he pointed out, conflicts  with the four day convention to tie held  in Vancouver at which directors will be  present. He suggested such a meeting be  postponed until a new highways minister is appointed. "We do not claim to he  engineers but I do feel we should have  some say as to location," he said.  lie could not get a simple "yes or no",  Chairman Almond explained that the  board cannot rush into such things. People in the area have ^o be considered. "It  might seem stange to you that, it takes  )v. liong--but we can't make immediate  decisions just because you are in a hurry.  \.  Gibsons  tLond  886-9941  S  _  a  'laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaiaiaaiaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai.  first Fall mealing  FIRST fall meeling of ..the Gibsons Auxiliary tn St.* %ar(v7i. Hospital was held  in the Gibsons .-.JleaMth Centre, Sept. 6,  HIT?, at l.-lfi p;in. In tlie-absence of Dooley  Mason, president; Jean l.ongloy, vice-  president,  chaired  the  meeting.  ,-   ��� Grace   Jamieson   announced   that   the  r,   ' \  first monthly bridge would be held on  September 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Health  Centre, Gibsons. .For information please  call  886-2009  or 886-2050,    ��,  Elsie Willi? reported an active summer for the volunteers at the^ hospital. A  birthday party for Mr. Levi Fitzgerald in  the Extended Care unit was a very happy affair and Gibsons Auxiliary were in  charge.  The auxiliary has wool available to  be given to anyone who would like to  knit. Red jackets are especially appreciated. Jean I.ongley, H8ti-7794, has the  wool   for  distribution.  The next   meet in-.: will  be held at the  Health Centre at   1:45 p.m. on October 4,  HIV:!,   and  new  members   will   be  greatly  welcomed,    ['lease    come    and    bring    a  friend.  forget the fuss  .  .  .  leave the work to us  TAKE  OUT ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY  THE SMILE IS FREE  BEN'S DRIVE IN  (Across from High School)  Phone 886-7828 Gibsons  R  This past year has been one of real  adventure I'or Patrick John, chosen  to star with Bruno Gerussi in The  Beachcombers, and soon to be shared  Coming   Soon  with  CBC  viewers across    Canada  when the series ^commences on October 1st and every Sunday; for 26  weeks  at 7   p.m.   Soon   to   become  familiar faces-- in many hdmes are  froraieft:������ Patrick John (Jesse Jim),  Bruno Gerussi (Nick Adonidas) and  Bob Park (the kid).  bo  Action'  in buhl!!.] the scene who will not   Beachcombers,'and many local peo-  seon  on television  is  executive    pie will appear in the weekly half-  producer Phil Keatloy, picturedon  hour series. Phil Keatley ��� who was ������  right, getting things organized last  fall. Twenty-two people have been  employed full  time in making Tho  Fximed at Gibsons . . .  born in Vancouver has been with  CBC for fifteen years and is part  owner of the little island at Tuwanek,  Kinsmen meet Sept. 14  for start Shew year  BfcWS,(aw_j!fWiii|_.i^f_ain!il��l��!H .  ANOTHER  exql'ing  rewarding   yonr  ns  Kin8m'en'l.lck'bfl'thia Thursdny, Sopt.  T4th'iUwfr'p.nira^  FIRE DISTRICT  Extension of the.Fire Protection Area  at Langdale, in order that a proposed  good class subdivision be included, is not  favored by Fire Chief Dick Ranniger. At  the July meeting of the board it was  moved that the request be referred, to the  joint fire protection district committee  i'or that area. Further, that copy of the  application be sent to Chief Ranniger  witli a letter asking him to prepare a report on the proposal.  At the August meeting of lhe Board,  West said there has been no meeting of  the committee but he has discussed the  situation with Ranniger who indicated  opposition to the proposal. Such extension would impose too great a load upon.  Hie fire service and Iianni_.er had suggested Hie area involved mif..... consider forming its own fire district.  West moved that the matter be held  over to a later meeting for further discussion.  YES OR HO!  Appearing on behalf of the Army,  Navy and Air Force Veterans, Mr. R. C.  McBride sought a little acion regarding  an application for rezoning of property  adjacent to the Masonic Hall at Roberts  Creek. His organization plans construction of a club house but rezoning is needed first.  Mr. McBride told the board he has  been waiting to heaiv..something for some  months and wondered why the matter  had received no discussion at the last.  Board meeting.  Chairman Harry Almond said he was  unaware, of the application, Planner Ed  Cuylitz, however, reported thai' the application had, in fact, been turned over  io t..e"'vswb-p"annipg committee, -The  ���chailrmnn then recalled that it had been  rejected by that comimittee because the  project was considered semi-commercial.  Thoro also appeared to be a misunderstanding as to access. Mr, McBride pointed o^t that there Is no highway access  involved. Access will bo on lho side road  CBC. Beachcomber series  starts soon on Sunday T.V.  TWF-liVlil months ago, oxcllomnnl rippled  through -.ll.m.u.n whon CBC inovod In  1u   begin   I'llmliigTIu,'    liuncltconihoi's  "fiOil.7.,*"Tlie nrtf.rrntHHt.elinMiuts nro now  " n "Tiimllii'iV Hliil'ii"*Tuit 11hT (Fxcllomoi.t   Is  lioglmilng hi ni'uw uhuIii hh Uuv,d.<.v ,up-  pniiu'lu.H for lhe nor.en lo oninmoiioo on  UiI-ivImUhi,,,, .���,.....,..,���..���...,.. ..... ..���.. ,....,..:  ���"Ivory Snndny nl 7 p.ivt, In tho tlmo-  Hlot I'or tlio twenty-nix wook hi-pIoh which   (.'iiinutunet!n���..oii...Ut'Uil.i��i'. hit, ., ,   I'M I mod   In  mul  urmiud  Cl.bno.in,  pru-  1   diicod hy Mr. Philip Koiilloy und Hlurrlng  -liruno���Uui'UHHl^.unU,nlnuluuii4���~,vuur��_��,ok7  I'Jiti'lel.  John who wan born  In  Iho Ho-  eholl. IikIIiui, VjllagM ��nd wonl Ui.huIhiuI  locally,   Ihoro   can   ho   Utile   doubt   thai  lhe notion will ho llwmuijl.ly enjoyed nn  lho Ui.nt.ti  TIkiho ooiinoolod  with  pi'0(Utoln|| Tito  raoiiolidonibon. nro nwi.l......  lln  reaction  neroHti,Canada.and wmul-.i'lnu It ll will  ward,   everything   Jusl   foil   Into   place,  Smitty's bouoht'omhlng boat Join. Henry  hofiitnio  "Persephone",  and jlj,>hnwS""l>l"'  who -has  boon- beaohoombinf,' 'Hinoo  ho  wan thirteen, ywu\s,,,oli.;,, hn�� .boon .glylng  technical advlco to tlio actors unci pro-  dnuerH,, Howovor,, with : Bi'miio   Garustfl  who plays tho purl of .beachcomber NloU  Adonidas being such un oxuboru'nt oh��r-  .u'toiysome Innovations have  been 'Introduced lo mako the story more ��|>|>oi.|.  Ing lo thu young folk,  hltilory, quotlug from Los JPoIoi'hoi.'h  ninHonn li|uvrllitfj; Rtory,' "In 11)2(1 Clwlcs  P. Bmltlhorooiod abulkUiif. on thu wlimT-  |io(|d sjtu which aflor seeing service un  I'Oilfeelloiien'y, HoooiKl-liriiid sloro, und  liitrdwure storo, ,1s now tho C'ovorpmont  U<|uor fHlore",, This Is u little out' of  dido, loi' -it |m Miow the- TV hoi'Ioh homo  Dougal Park, Gibsons   Present .membership cordially Invites  any young mun between the 'tiges of 20  and 40 to Join In the fellowship und  service work to Ihe community of Gibsons and district.  , General meetings are held every Is!  nnd 3rd Tlujrscluy of ouch month,'(".orvlce  projects;''liYcludlng blood donor clinics;  Mothers' Mnrch and Kinsmen rohabllltu-  lion, aro many and vurled; wllh several  moro planned .'this yoi'u',    ,,       ,." .,  Any . interested persons are urged to  cull"I;I��jlB "Muxwoll ul JIBO-7213, llurbld  Phtlltps pt IU1(I-7'I3!_ or Tucker Forsyth  ' ,nt;:BH0r70r)2:;-to',1��n!twoi''7oui' quostlohs In  flpd out how you cun belong to this fine  sorvlco club oh'tho Peninsula,  .....M.'i".;   '.,.I..'"..'.".'I"V ������ r---~. . ; :   Director Jim Tyner commented  that  tho mutter, is, not settled,and no,firm dec-....  islon yet miiirio; "It ls still In tho hands of  the coni'indltcc. und has to come before lho  board I'or flnnl approval."  Asked by McBride why nflor so long  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road . Socholt - 885-9066  P.P. Wi 213  Hallmark-CoutU  cardi   and   wrappings.,  Flno  English  china cups and saucers,  Boutique Itoms, local artist), pfllntlngs.  fim*m***i******��*4r*m*tn9*W9*9mimiHm***9m*9**r**^^  .,..utiruqWunT5V��VH0UiW  J������(!',(,����i "WMfl ,,?(;1(,'hAl ,'nu,,l  ,.M1  ln    ����'����b" Hnd.her..border,Nlck.who.^kos  IjuriliiQHti lor nomo tlmo yot,   , |,lUl  pC,,anflnililp ��� In  his  benqhcomblnit  Althonnh Tho UeucheMijtlior bus been    huHlnoitn, yiiun�� .losso .llm (Pulrlek .lohn),  prusenlnd un un ntlvoiih.re-druiiiu series    Tlio|r"udvoi)!uros will unfold In tho norleti  In Leisure, niuijai'.liHi, producer .Phil...K����\  noon ju coinuioijee, und whothor the,.,old,  . lioy says a Jul ul. ciimedy has boon In-    store will retain Un u'-w-l'inind nli..in*ur  troducod which  will appeal lo ydunnor   .viewers.  Am tlui, surlos  unfoldn, (vlowoi'S  will mImu discover tho  faelnul story  of  -^oiwin��^iiuin^iv��-^D.rjCfltM^'JRliL_.ihimip,U';  Id delivery, nl lho mill.  l.ofit Frlduyj (telors und filming crew  worn wft'rlflii'K' ofr Phwor I'nim In i|io  ruin,,ou u loii boom, in lho uw fwltu'o  Ihoy will be I'IIiiiIuh at .luekson Hros, lou-  |��ow��  will dopend on television viewers, Ono  IhluHlM Mtu'o CM10) will bo' ftotlhiK HO(id  meo.)!loir from nil homos on  lho Hun-  ..nhlno^.Coinst,;,,,.,.,,,;,;,,���mmM���yyy,^yL���tl7.y  'FLOATS'  PQCKS,���v RAFTS .     with  LOCATION  Orljjlnully nlrmned fqr lllmln/j In Por��  jjojuo.j.toy, tlio., loc'ittloi)   V��H..,.<"lwnK��4J.  wlicn �� search, for u i.ultnblo hulldinK  muled., ��t, thu bond   of ail)iionn',.w)MU,i'..  where   tho  old   liquor    store, bulldlntf  proved Ideal. ',     ���  ' Owner, Mr. IIiMiry  flnillh nnrc<id  to  * rpnt Uio btillrtlno wnd Awm thttt day for-  iBMVWWttMamniiuvm Wl    Ml JF *W* If ff'lp|>l  i)t5����Wi4��j �� ��������  ���Flootation��Dlllots  m  Pta.h  cin&Qiwi,  \.    I ;*,   j.   J   !  title  zic&  86 Gqvlnchy"St., 985^7101  ��     .   NORTH! VANGQUVER  ��4M##WW��P4pMWMa4^��V��^^  There's No Job  Too Big For Us!  THE MQDERNI  APPROACH  TQ-TYQUR  HOME OR  BUSINESS  It Costs less Jhan You Think  BULLDOZING ����� EXCAVATING - ROADWORK  PlilfliyiSlk.AMPJl.9ANP.  SCANDIA BLACKTOP Ltd  mif^mmtmii^'i^^m^f1^  m^mfm^mm  *t^��?M*mimmi*m.  m��fi)ifmwm/i^mmv>im  WE GO  ANYWHERR  FREEESTiMA TE$~  1988-7766  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  730 E. KEITH, NORTH VANCOUVER  h.  ,_,.... 7<f��mii.iii��in��<iaai  4iiim-li4nKtalana.iap.iia a��.a��ia  9mmmHm  ���ym, i .....awin  i.fiii)iHHiai|wiiaini^iiiaaaM  ip [ii| ii )i;aai^in.tan;iia|'iia��f[����ai niaiian  mt*.  4-*.  Mt  /     >i  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS _  MEETBNG DATE CHANGED  The next regular meeting of the Council will be held on Tuesday,  September 19, 1972 at 7 p.m., being set-back pne week from the  regular schedule.  September 8,  1972  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal  Clerk  -. t  OF  DISTINCTION  TO  FIT  EVERY  BUDGET  FROM  =KEN DeVRIES  FLOOR-COVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS * TILES    * LINOLEUMS  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  MUNICIPAL VOTERS' LIST  1972���1973  QUALIFICATIONS  Tho names of registered properly owners will dutomptlcally be  placed on the list of voters. This should be checked when the preliminary  list Is posted, on October 20, 1972, prior lo Iho Court of Revision held  November 2, 1972, _  '       ...���''  .Qualified persons OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNERS rrlay have"  tholr names entered on tho list provided they \}q\q tho qualifications  .shown below. A:DECLARATION! tp this effect must,be filed with the'  Municipal clerk, on a form provided, within one week of being made,  at the M^ Ple!chor Road, Gjbsor}s,J3,C,  THE LIST OF VOTERS W^L CLOSE AT 5 P.M.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR PERSONS  OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNER?  RESIDENT ELECTORr���A Canadian citizen or othor British sub'ect of  the full ago pf 19 years, who has resided continuously In the Village  of Gibsons for six (6) months prior to the submission of lho proscribed '  Declaration, T-  ^  t  TENANT ELECTOR���A Capacllan cltkon'or othor British subject of tho  fullpgoof19 years, who has been q ten'ant In occupation contlnMously  of real properly In Hho Village of Gibsons for not loss than six (6) months  Immediately prior to tho submlss'an of the proscribed Declaration,  Thpsp Q||g|b|o pro occupdnls of rcnlod promises, who do not reside in tho  Village of Gibsons.  CORPORATIONS���Tho' namo of q corporation Is not automatically  _��pl^RdJOJhaJl5toLcleclors.,.Corporqtlons.ownlng.p  ,ar. Tpnd'nl-olecl6rs, aro roqulrocl to flip wllh  Iho Municipal Clerk  written QujhorlsatIon naming some.person of lho full ago of 19 years, *  Canadian or British sub|oct, as Its YPlIng agent. SL(ch aulhorkqllon must  b,o fllocl not later than 5 p.m. October 2, 1972. This wlHromaln In  -effecmnrilirirrevt)i<tfd*orrefpmew  wm&m^mmsm  ������pmijjymm#'f#m^^  Tho foregoing applies to the Village of Gibsons Municipal List of  Electors only, for use. at tho Munlclpql ol'eptlon^ In December 1972. If  farther  Information - Is  required  telephone" tho  Municipal  Office,  'Gibsons, P,C.    ,   ,  Soptembpr 6r 197,2  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal iCIork \  ..\  \  i  ���I  .1  I  i  \  Around bibsoris  \        ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  ON'TtlE^'ening of August.24th at the  beach home of Mrs. filsie Robertson,  Boberts Creek, with Mrs\ Knox as eo-  hostess, a farewell get-toge4her --.was���helfi  when Neighbours ancl other friends honored .Mrs., Anne Thompson who has since  left to reside near Dawson Creek.       ^  During her residence in this area, Mrs.  Thompson has helped cheerfully and successfully with many community projects,  showing   particular  interest   and   leadership in the Girl Guide movement.  Brownies and their parents will  long  remember Anne with affection  and gratitude for her service as Brown Owl.  While the ladies chatted with Anne,  exploring with interest the topic of her  new home, children of the Quests were  entertained at a bonfire on the beach,  .supervised by the fathers.  Mother of. the honored -guest, Mrs..  Hetty Baldwin was asked to preside at  the silver coffee srvice. After the delicious refreshments, Mrs. Thompson was  presented with a card of good wishes $ind  a token gift of money.  Others attending were Mesdames Jessie N a y 1 o r, Lil Flumerfelt, Eleanor  Gritt, Melba Baker, Elizabeth Raw, Teddy May, Kit Ewart, Penny Law, Muriel  Ball, Gladys Barnwell of Prince George.  Invited but unable to attend were, Betty Allen, Belle Dube and Judy Baldwin.  CELEBRATIONS  Mr. and Mrs. D. Macey had the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill De Grand  from Vancouver up I'or the last weekend  jn August to celebrate their 35th wedding  anniversary. A good time was enjoyed by  all-  Born to Wayne and Bonnie Swanson  on Aug. 18th at Faro, Yukon, a "son, Michael Wayne, ti lbs., (i ozs., a brother for  Ricky and Dale. Miss Barbi A. warns  spent the month of August at Faro.  Durant Irgens observed his 80th birthday Monday last" week when relatives  brought him a special cake and gifts for  the occasion.  Mr., and Mrs. Lorne MacLaren afe  happy over the birth of their third great-  grandson, Ryan Wald, son of their granddaughter Mrs. Dale Wald of Coquitlam.  Sept. 1-4, there was a well attended  and much enjoyed . College and Career  Camp for ages 18-28 at the Baptist Camp  on Keats Island.  ANNIVERSARY  Norman" and Eva Stewart of Henry  Road, Gibsons, marked their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday evening,  Sept. 2, when a family dinner was held  in their honor at the Cedars Inn. The  head table was centred with a two-tier  wedding cake having traditional white  and gold icing, complemented by white  and gold chrysanthemums as the floral  theme.  Mrs. Stewart was presented with an  orchid corsage, while Mr. Stewart received a- carnation boutonniefe. After the  surprised couple had opened the many  beautiful gifts, a delicious roast beef dinner' was served. '""  ''"'   "'..','  '  Mr. and Mrs. Stewart's family, Effie,  "Bud and Douglas were present with their  families.   Also   attending   were   Rodger  Barre   of   Gibsons,   and   Mrs.   Alice   Hill  from Regina.  Norman and Eva were wed on Sept.  nth, 1922 and have spent 33 years of their  married life in Gibsons. They have three  children,   nine   grandchildren    and . one  great grandchild.  Eva (nee Hicks) is a native daughter  having been born on the proporty which  now belongs to Durant Irgens,  atSJi^as.. \y  \  ';#$  7V  The Peninsula Times     \      Page B-3  Wednesday^ September T3y 1972  'Pi.  ���r,.*-iV- .V  *E"3gi ��� vt ���  Anavets Corner  SEEING B.C.  Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wyngaert spent,  the Labor Day weekend.on a tour of the ,  Fraser Canyon and Hells Gate. They stopped at Kilby's Generali Store and Mus-  'eum near Harrison Mills where they visited with.Mi\ Kilby and his staff for an  hour. From Fraser River Lookout on Agassi/. Mountain, thoy  enjoyed th,e view,  continuing to Harrison Hot Springs, Can-  "ncla's"*SparwlT��rG" a"Kulde''showed-themr"  through the hotel  and grounds. Travelling up lho'.mighty.. Fraser Canyon, they,  rode the Air-tram to Hell's Gate Fish-  ways to view the historical nnd ccolog-  lonl  displays. Two  milillon salmon pass  ���through this flshway on their annual migration, to the spawning grounds.    Wyngacrta .ylHltocl 'Bridal Falls before  going on to tlio Aldergrovo aroa for a  lour ol' Vancouver Game Farm which has  over ItO typoH._Qf,,,|)lrds,and animals, ,  ' A' visit was mado4o Fort Lahgloy, tho  first, alto proposed for the capital ol' B.C,  liioforo   Now   Westminster   was   chosen.  ���Gibsons Army,  Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  oy Adam McBride   .  GREETINGS! This column is7iust another pbtfuTl of pourri.'rgViPSs the. big-,  gest item to mention', is t,he 'giant jackpot,  $500 AhaVets Bingo on Saturday night,  the 16th of September. This wflll .be the  second bingo binge; we haye,thro\yn, but  the first of what we .hope, will be an  unbrokenline of' monthly events" for' th'e  bingo dithitsiasts'.   '  ''  I guess it ain't anywhpre.like winning  tho Irish s'Weeps "but then "half a loaf is,  better than a.f.xour7e��gs7u. one basket!".  Mrs. Bill (Georgina) Nasadyk.is, in charge  of the ' kitchen for refreshments ��� which  means home _made. godcl.es of alf types!  This coming event will be run a little  less chaotically. The first giant Anavets  bingo entailed a lot of work, and was  done completely by two men! Albert  Danroth and Ed Rhodes. Of all the others  who were'supposed to help; one Was quite -  sick, three were working night shift, and  I was in jail.  For.aft the active members, your Anavets lapel pin is here and will be issued  out on your clothing and equipment form.  We.will, have them at the Roberts Creek ;  Community Hall on the night of the bingo when you can pick your pin up, or  at the first general meeting Which is on  the 11th of October.  For the next two Thursdays, Legion  140, Selma Park, has some fat baldhead-  ed old coot playing the organ. He only  knows about four songs but he makes so  many mistakes that even though he plays  the same three or four songs over and  over, they always come out different so  that it sounds like. a real extensive repartee. That means knowing a lot of  songs).  Friday nights up there are really going big how because Russ Clarke, Rod  Lizee and Bob Summerfield are in action,  and.1 when it comes to dancing and listening Country, and Western, you can't beat  them. They are playing, incidentally, at  the'big Legion 140 bash on October the  21st at the Legion Hall in Sechelt.  The decision ion the l-ezoning of our  proposed unit home was deferred until  September the 28th at which time we  may have the news we have waited for!  ��� ,The Counting and descriptive history  of the regjmental, badges for the Gibsons  Elphinstone Museum   is  almost  finished.  Located close tov a very busy intersection on a main highway, Gibsons  Elementary School has tlie only  "school safety patrol" in this district. The.ferry traffic by-pass (-when  it is built) will .remove a lot or the  6n  Patrol  hazards \which these youngsters face  every day on school! pattol. Three  students on duty here are, Cathy  Fewell, Ruth McPKedr'ah and-;Margaret Duncan.  ->si        niMiiiHii,.,ii .v i. > .x.y. ..y.y.v.v.v.y. .v. ������������..������ .-..._������ _.._.���> ��.._,...���_ \_. _...__*  For  Quick  Results ; Use. Times  Adbriefs  ^    7NGitift;\ ���'     ���  Pender Harbour "- Egfl-dnt Area  .    For7lnswr^e7��g;all kinds  . Phone yoiirResid&nt Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD,  7:8^3^279^-(24^.hQui-s).4  " __&���������'���  ���'  tes .    x  gibsons office  GIBSONS office of. the Peninsula Times  has   been   relocated   and   is   now   in  the Seaside Plaza block right next door  to  K.  Butler  Realty.  Mrs. Sylvia Maclean is in charge of  the office, which will be open normal  office hours from Tuesday to Saturday.  The telephone number remains the same:  886-2121.  All clubs in the Gibsons area are  urged to submit their news items to the  local office which is open for their convenience. Mrs. Maclean will also handle  classified ads in the Gibsons area, subscriptions  and  enquiries.  TO1___��I^  DRIVE WITH       *  CONFIDENCE       -  a safe car std its with good brakes B  WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED ���  TO TURN ���  DISC  BRAKE  ROTORS    ���  ���  New  equipment to CQrV.plirr.eht _  our "Service Policy. _  CONVENTIONAL DRUMS       ���  TURNED ���  HILLTOP MOTORS ���  B  Sunshine Coast Highway  v  886-7343 Gibsons .  m  ,n  ��mviimn4t*a4kiii__i_m_\__\^_u ���p-���-_���._��� _._._������1���p._.~---..j.jiririnrMMjn<i  V ��� ���     '7'777777 '*;;;:������ DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  Sparkling Apples  Best in Lire Entertainment  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101���Cover Charge���886-2472  ����ii_i)iiai_i��iuwi_Myamiwt-ai-<tititMWii��^  _J  I' re,searclied7what looked"td7be7a' very?  old and famous button for three months.  My wife picked it up off tho tabic tho  other"day  and 'said  that she* had been '  looking for it for weeks. It was off my  coveralls.  The Anavets Unit 357 has made arrangements to purchase a Chess Challen-  go Cup I To win this cup all you have to  do Is win three straight games from, the  incumbent, albeit unofficial champion.  .Terry Boyling, who bit our dog tho  last tlmo ho visited us, tells mo that tho  only TV program he Ukod was "High  Chaporono", I guess when yoti are a little  over three feet high, everybody looks  high, I' giio.Sf, I do bceauHO. I usually am,  Anyone Interested in forming a cyclo  club, by the wny, can contact Garry Boy-  11 ""*" " ' '  '     ' " " '  Unsuccessful Contender  Power pole pn North Road, Gibsons  proved superior in an argument with  this late model Maverick which is  a complete mess after collision which  occurred at about 8:30 p.m. on  Thursday evening of last week. Three  occupants of the car received minor  injuries and an investigation is under way. The car. which is reported  to have been driven by a juvenile,  failed to negotiate a right hand curve  in the road.  From the pulpit      :���hy,. Pastor Gprry Foster, _  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  JESUS commenced  the Sermon  on the  Mount with the Beatitudes, For a few  ��weokH��wo��wlll-consider,RomQ..of��tl.om.,ancL  the wealth of truth thoy contain,  ,...,. The flrfjt statement suys: "Blessed or  'happy' are the' poor in 'spirit, Tor "tholr is  the kingdom, of hoavon." In the Boatl-  tudos wo find the requirements and  privileges of those' who wish to discover  true happiness, On first glance tho Beatitudes rteoiri' to bo 'paradoxqa. Tho wwl  7 'poor' does not ��� strike its 'as \ a ; happy  word. But In tills affluent ago we arc  discovering Ihal 'rich' Is not necessarily  The   search   for   a   scapegoat ...is   the  2asiest>of all hunting^;eip&'(jiti.^iTis.;' ���  RIDING CLU  HORSE SHOW  SEPTEMSER16  ", ;at' 1Q��a.nri-  Brushwood Finn  TOP Of* PRAtT ROAP  GIBSONS  e thrifty goodness of  B.Ca  4-iiw.ii.* ��n ttsiioiMSii* < (nv  Ma��^>VA{'aJ,_4%l$gr^Vi^#t^ 1  ip��Hn*?N��*",*,*Mf 4.*sMi_-l *-i*-i_>'  l^pt^lB^rles^C^ir  886-7147  Tenddp find succuleht, B.C.-gfown chicken i9 a food  iavdrltetliat grows In popii.iai'lty each year. Fried, baked  iof barbecued it makes a tempting meSat course that's high  In protein yet low In calories ahd fat. When you compare  the cost.you'll find that chicken'Is dhe 6f your best meat  ' '  buys. An'd Whenybu see the'B.G1; lafaeliiyou,���KnWypii'ro'-  epjoylng fre_ih, top quality chicken that's grown and  7   processed right here In British Columbia, For a colleo-  'w^ttoh^ of Enticing recipes using ���B.C.-grown chicken; write:  B.C. FOOD INFORMATION  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliament Buildlngs,'Vio.oila, B,C,  J  r  un  which    Judged, tho grado on School. Timid and it  Fort Lnngloy enjoyed prosperity during   t,oal twenty ,clolliars fpr the low truck to  tho gold rush wn and,; It -waR, reported   got ino out of Cliarllo MondolkaiVfi real;  10,000 prospectors were at the fort await-   ^()'om(  Ing canooH to tako Ihom up rlvor In 105"),        yj0]] Heoi'you at tho Qlant $500 Ann-        Mr, "aiUl   Mi'R,'  WyhgaoiM:   fravollod ���votfi Bl����o oiv7Snturdoy, "3optombor "10 nt  through Surrey which, with an area of   ^borta Crook Hall I And, vomoniher, i)o  __i_over 1,10 square miles. Is ono of Caiiada's    fninlnn for .card murkorsi  IargoHt mun *""���  * Pi'nnnn  ,vg,ttl^.987G.,I,,trled,outJoj:J.Uo,clu)),4u^  nWrlunntoly;-Jiavlng-nn-'olcl-war wound^*--lntn��IVo"pVit:fi1V'"T''nivniVKl��;',mWri6y-',,'boiil��T  rtilolv has thrown, my vision out, I min-, .,.uy, |Uippinoss-I havo   boon , mlsorahly  'Proceeding via tho Port Mann Bridge  ilio I ravollors rdturnod to Vii'ri'oo'uV'o'r nf���"  tor  Woman  to'husbaml,  savory beautiful and most interesting, TY.p ^VyS!rL"?8^  -Id covorhva 290 mllos ''I*1*' l<k!01' nf V0MI'' lm 11,fttl^1. wnlon-    '"���"'  iptovoiing .4ui>sini|pf),     , ^ tllq*ri0Wf)iWlt)V thoTtouricloff,",   ������       ���    Wlu  (lliillluslonecl,'  ���...., HowoVor, tho 'key wordH In ,tho ahovo  fllntomonl,' aro 'In' spirit', Material goods  havo nothing to do with one's spiritual  ,,.HH.to1���.0,ur, l^pi'd Ih,, Haying ,J]ifU....wo,.i iihihI  first bo aware of our spiritual poverty,  . onrtfi thon,   realizing  wo  aro  spiritually  ' provided by ��� HIh death and rosiu'roctlon,  as thoy watch Tlio, Hllilo Hayn thut /Tonus, though, Mv  was rich, booamo poor thai you may bo  y 4  ,/'  mtfrnmrntm^i^mitlM^mm  77fll77|^  that Westwood biiiSt  lp.H,vM.vwi-iiri.,��^,nH,Wn......   .   ,^   ,. ^1^ qid * rtowfl^wlth^ V�������� ftouridoff,"     ���'    ���   ���    Whether yntt havo a flix-flgurod bank  HE*flE AN)0 TWERE J lU-oofint, or a  bnro cupboard    you arc  At aibsons IDloinontory, tho old school       Matron, driving Jaway from luncheon,    nplrltunlly  poor,   liy   realising  you  arc  building housqH no pupils thlfl year. The <4o..(i��mpanloniJ.,Uwoii(|pi..,how���.muflh���nho��� ,Ppor��� ln���Hplr .1 anil,. Iwbolng I'lcli towaid  ���school-board-has-undertaken^cktonslvo... paid for.lhotw.uwful .HllpcovorH.,La,dmlrcd.������ Oocl, youtj_JUJla,jL!ho*.(l00U!J-."��,|"Y��:>i  aMeratlono to tho opon area section ol' tho, so nuiiil,?"    ' ... .,.,'nnd. \m otornally happy,   8      GIBSONS SEA  CA VALCAPE COMMITTEE WANTS     |  TO KNOW WHAT Y'OU THOUGHT OF  mnln building to accomimodnto moro pup  Ils, Enrolment horo Is, at prosont, ���� HH-lo  limn than last year,  ������ Mr, and Mrs, Dpnnln Miller from ,Hq-  glna, flask,, spent n few dayfl on the Pen-  lnHulii visiting rolallvpft, tholr aufils and  unolo^ Mrr and Mrn, i Frank Wyngoort,  aibsonn; Mr, and, Mfft. PhuIi ".Irfislioln,  "nnd^Mrr'nnchMr^rttoy^Wyffi'onr-Wllfion,  Creole, ,  ,  , Mr,, and Mrn, S, Ti, nrncowol) colel.*,,  rated   Iholr   5711^ ,,wodd|ng   anniversary  y  August  "30 when, tko|atlvo��  and   frlondn \  >ul'fci,cda_.cong'rtttulaUona^an(L.t4ootLwilfihoHw_  on Iho happy occasion,  ra^7V1o1.'nnicTol)HorVo^Iiirn3fdn��  day Frldny at a luncheon with frlondit  when   ho   rocolvqd   folloltatlonn,   cArdfl,  fllftfl, olo, . ��� ��� ',  Applo ItM, require.a winter dormant  period and \ar��, lUoroforo,'limited lo  coldor  temporal.,   rojjlonii, . ,!  "tm        '    ' . '  CAVALCADE '72  ������aiaiKIIIIMIIIUIIilUMM HI MMIHHIIMHMMI^JMM"����|I��M,M����!W!.V^  OPEN MEETING  Thursday, September 14 - 7:30 p.m  -cinhtT"  UNITED CHURCH HA^  ;    , '   EVERYONE ,WELCOME '  Wrlto' Box 426 or Phono 886-2968 or 8867557  aW��S-^wtl*1'W'��MBy_ft��W!e^|!a>��iWW<l w��TOBWVt-,1a.aii��^*t��w��K.  0M<H_i��_p(tflBW->. Hrwr>aiffiiai.iM  #feaTO___'-!p;' j_i';;  JHS_al||P"'  ��-(l(��ilWW**itmi��a  llBl^fW^^J^IttlW'ffpW*���*?**'*!*^^  Tho Qhnnnort hnn.throci bedroomu, V/�� ;  bnthrooino, and 15*10 oquarofoot of,  .floor ppnoo,  mmtmmtfmsTwopffmm  UIESTUJOOD  BuawNG.sysTt/yis.wtt  Froese Bros. Conslrucllon  fl|baon��~ Thon. 086-241^  ...1,4  Juncoasl Eslatei lid  Stfcholt r-�� Pftono 803*2M  mmmmmmmmmmm^  *'.*!#<**�� s**1?  . .   '*�� '  m&mmmpmimmm  ^m&mitwimi*wmirt  imm^��>^^m^  1^      iff1 .. *��i*f��. - *^tWML| daiktW**?^* *t7J' ������" T&fp  ������ ��� -.'   �� ��� he **�� '_^�� ���:*�����-���   v  .���   - * _c ,*  .   f   . .*��� ��� -'-x .;��� ..*H?.*siaB^-:v **'"*  *��**���*   ^ *+    \      + *^^****^__wL_w__\__fi_^l__u  Ciowston's scenic estate was alive  with interest last week, with outdoor,  pottery, painting and weaving classes  underway. Hope Norris a graduate  in Fine Arts at Notre Dame University in Nelson, conducted the  Autumn   Scene painting classes with^ students mak-  Learning an intricate method of shine as they work with coloured Many of the adult students expressed ing tremendous progress in just two  hand-weaving from instructor Nigel wools threaded on a twig suspend- a desire to have such classes every weeks. Pictured from left are, Mrs.  Clifton,   students7 of  the  Primitive    ed from    an overhanging    branch:    year. *        Dooneda Holden, Mrs. Jean-McClen-  Arts  class  enjoy   the  autumn  sun- nai^and standing,, Hope Norris and  Mrs} Irene Anderson.  The Rhyming Philosopher  Harry W. Fletcher  INVERSION  Wlicii I was a boy, but a hunjsy young boy,  roast   chicken   I   craved   with   a   zest;  my meat and potatoes and tripe and  tomatoes I ate, but loved chicken the best.  My mother was frugal and made it a rule  all .1 got was the neck and a wing;  so I made me a plan that when 1 Was  a   man   I'd   buy   one   and   eat   the  whole thing.  I've dined on spaghetti and English brown  hetty as later 1 roamed the far scene;  my  pulse  it still  quickens when  thinking  of chickens, surpassing all foreign cuisine.  Now I've grown old and gray, but to this  very day 1 nurture my boyhood romance;  I'm able to buy it, but I'm on a diet  so food gets no more than a glance.  The craving for chickens persists like  the   dickens,   but   strangely   my   passion  inverts; for it seems that my wish  is a different dish:  the chicks I  now  yearn for wear skirts!  ^Arn Jsnvilcih  ion  Coast Chilcotin Federal Liberal  Association  We invite you to participate in the October 30 Election.  We are concerned in your future. We ask your interest  by your support by work and financial help to win the  Coast Chilcoton seat for:���  PAUL ST. PIERRE  PLEASE TELL US  WHAT TO  DO  .   .  .  WRITE TO:  Mr. Norm Watson, Box 226, Sechelt, B.C.  OR:  Pat Goode, President, Coast Chilcotin Federal Liberal Association  Box 340, Garibaldi Highlands, B.C.  This advertisement is paid for by the Coast Chilcotin Federal Liberal  Association.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  ....     ������Pottery., 7 ,'"..' ���,���7 7:  The two-week primitive art classes    second 'phase  last    week.  Pictured Campsite at Porpoise Bay are sam-  conduqted by students of the Koote-    drying.7,around glowing . embers pies of the hand-built pottery made  nay School of Fine Art went into its    placed  on  boulders  at -Crowston"'9 from local-clay.-  Rely On Us  forExpert:  WATCH  REPAIR  Stones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  Welch's Chocolates  100%  Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal qnd Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Secholt, B.C. 885-2421  Sept.  1 3���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  Sept.   13���8 p.m. Mrs. Lou Goodwin  res.  Davis Bay. Sechelt L.A.  to  Guides ���& Brownies meeting.  Monthly .Meeting. ...  Sept.  14���2 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall. Sechelt Auxiliary tb St. Mary's Hosp.  Sept.  14���^8 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall. Bingo,  Sept.  15���8. p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  Sept.  16���from 10 a.m. Brushwood Farm, .Gibsons, Horse Show.  Sept.   16���8  p.m.   Roberts Creek Community   Hall.   ANAVETS  Giant  Bingo.  Sept.   16���Elphinstone Gym. Gibsons  Lions Charter  Night.  Fellowship  .  6:30; Dinner 8 p.m.  Sept,   17���3-5 p.m. Gifst Shop, St. Mary's Hospital.  Display and Sale  of extended care patients' work.  Sept.  18���2 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons.. Regular Meeting Branch 38.  OAPO.  Sept.   20���7:30  p.m.   Sunshine  School  Gibsons.   Sechelt  and   District  Retarded Children's Assn: Meeting.  Sept.   20���12:30   p.m,   S.C.   Golf  &   Country   Clgb.   Ladies   Annual  Luncheon and Tournament: "        ��� .    ...  Sept, 23���8 p.m. Elphinstone Auditorium. Graduation Ceremonies.  rASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE?  j Multiple   Listing   Soryico...  Vancouver Real' Estate*  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  A ,4_v^i>^-_te.Htf*$n# ���-li.'jWvMwV  AGENCIES LTD.  ��� #I^H'&'<IJ&^~-frtlH^&��H  Phone 885-2235 Box 128, Sechelt, B.C7  Or call  Toll   Free, from  trie  Greater  Vancouver  Area  ZEnith..2021, . ,  CHlAfW  .fl   iMMaxwtMMI a.*��FVa   ff��l���aa.|a  v.*    "M    il "��� *!*>���*' t. '  ]*�������[' ��  Last   Lesson  Tlio |mm. l^vo wooKh havo hoon full h,  -...(���.'Ph. nfld run lor nlmlt.nl.. of I'olcr  JDttnUM Wlio "coiiilucic'd llio poltoiy '  ���ylarino��, filial lon! If* ilio aelual fir-  Jiig,oi7tIio,|)otn-uii(l.(inuu>ioi��lH which.'  worcj) lai.ed on kI|>w1ii# oniboi's. and  i.aovoro(l��wlUii(li'UH'lii)ninu'vo~lq*l)ol(l---  In Iho'hout.'PlbturdtV'iUu'Ipii: the Innl"  outdpor;:clnwr;nr.o;'r:rJhelln   SrnMh, ,  Donn CrbwHtori, Jo Gll-Non, l-imrulol  iShorldan, Potor Danlolfi and Mrn, J.  ���j^<WU&Mii��y��'%��iiaWiiWia!��t|aii��  flfUHMfflMH <t&&amw*��<mfc&9/8''v  .7^X4   '  r^3^VW?WTTr.7T, _,��  BIoKq C. Aldcrson P.C.  CHIROPRACTOR    ,.  PoM Office* DulMliifj Socholt     <  rhono 00!).23J3  Wednesdays and Saturdays  , 10 a.m., to 5:15 p.m. ,,  MARINEWAYS  -'^T-BOATSTO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Sales and SoryicQ  ���^ , ���     .  :mercic.bmiser!.  i Sales and Soryico  i t ��     ,   i  2 Mechanics On duty  /y\onday 1o Saturday  . Madcjra Park, P.C,  883-2248  AYERS  Mobile Home Pork  WEST SECHELT  -Now-^A cceptlng^���~r  Reservations  "SECLUDED"' LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  'wwwmw^!iwwmwwwtiw.ffii^^  MASON_ROAD.._WEST_SECH__T.  noxt to school  '885-2375.  (JOeattt  ClfM  roajUTCi  ^ ji--_ JIM,^rn>na4fHSmW��-^>  X  SAVE  $30.00  '    rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt  TWIN TUB  B4>atty  WASHER & DRYER  Rcg^ar 2J9.95  V '���;,' 7SAl^   ''  Si! ���> i% 95  imtm#ti^r ^Wm >^4_______<^l_M___m__ ^**W*~0&n  ��� OIF  i; "'< i.  3AVE  $60.95,  7  '     '  ',���n 1   (- ,    <    I       Hi  rKtfciEKj  I   i,_-<_m. wt^.W.  a*-**""-- Fibre Foam * Lines  19-7 cu. ft. holds 675 lbs  food  Regular 279.95   ,,,  i.�� i  t '      SALE    *T*T**r_#'rl',^_l��Ww*  2r19  l>->��WWW^W>Wl^l|<^^  im(Km'mfmf''*mmimi^'  W^IBfaWftWWllqW^^  BENNER FURNITURE COLTD  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  PHONE 885-2058 7  ���.��W****W"  t  \  \  \  \>  X  Around The Harbour   -i��� .     11       \>  V  'rom  ���by Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  SENIOR   citizens   meetings   resume   this  Monday, ^September   if.   7-.30-'p m,  at  the  Legion  Mall.   Meetings   will  continuf  on-the irvirrV Monday' ot each mr-nth.  LIBRARY  Your Public Library has some new  books on hand which ���look especially interesting. Some of these,books are: Personality Ships of British Columbia- by  Ruth Greene. Interesting to note is this  book was published  by Marine Tapestry  Thil is a $3 50 SPOTS  \  Your advertising in this space will reach1  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  'each more Sunshiny Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt) 886-2121   (Gibsons)  Publications Ltd., West Vancouver. Blacky  water -Rivet by  William Biller. is  about  J.i.muig. listing   and--wildlife   in   British  .-7ofurr.'...a.   Howard   White's   first   edition  -^Vif  the  Haineoast  Chroni^es-is availablf. -  For Helen "Machines readers, is the Message from Malaga.  ,7 Library tmemb-*vrsnips     are    available  from tho .library. Single memberships are  $2  ancl   family   memberships  $3,   the  difference   being   six   books   can, he   taken  home for a period of two weeks on the  family    card   whereas   only    four   books  may  be  taken  out  on a single membership  card.  \ Library hours, are 1:3Q to 3:30 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 am. to noon  Wednesday? and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on  Saturdays^  soccer ;x  Soccer season will be getting underway with practices starting immediately, 7Six adults are needed i'or^ coaching ,  these bo/s ages 8 to 14, one night a  week_ plus one game a week. Scheduled  games begin at the end of September.  Contact Gaylord Merkel if. you can assist  at 883-2777. ^  \.  Anyone   having  soccer  uniforms  f  last   vear   please   turn   them   in   to   Gay,;  lord  Merkel  or Verne  Wishlove- (_$ "the  school).   S> ��� '        ,  : OVERSIGHTN  ..I np.ijif.vtp..d In mention in m-y ~ lart  rohimn7.T.m Donnelly will also be teaching al Madeira J''ark -school this t.��?rm;  "1167^-ill be teiiching gradfe 3 and 4, replacing Mr. Bulmer who transferred to  Roberts Creek. Mr. Donnelly is the son  of John and J.ikie Donnelly or Middle-  point.  BOWLING nN  Rnwling slartrd last Wednesday.  Men''.; high single was taken by Charley  Tiawka with a "290. Charley also chalked  up '.it. points to take the men's high  three. Othryn Ross scored 259 points  for the ladifis' high single. Marilyn Clayton tool: the ladips' hi_gh three games  willT f.p.4 point-.. Team high game went  to the Bojangles. The^ft.ijangles^tall^ipd.  high points for the evening taking 21 of  n possible 24.  Spares are needed for bowling. Contact Wendy Clayton at 883-2514 if you  would like to spare. The bowling club  meets Wednesdays 8 p.m. at the Sechelt  Lanes.  Dental Topics  I'M  THIS ^modern  era,  many  of  us  periodically set  asi.de  time  for  such im-7  |..,.tal.t    things   as ' checkups     for     our  f..i;"ii.?p   and   our   cars,   but   often   forget  Ki.oul   our teeth.   -  SomeitrneiS -we intentionally "fxirget".  Wc are afraid of what the dentist may  imd.The dentist will likely find quite  . bit wrong if checkups have been neg-  '('"d foi- too long, cilher unconsciously  'iv consciously.  Some of, us will go to a dentist only  when they are being bothered t^y their  U'fih or gums. Others, will wait until  Hie pain becomes almosl unbearable be-  i..ie they Call fpr an "emergency visit".  'ihU can prove too late to save the tooth,  ..t,:-Te the patient would have to go  lU.V.-gh more drilling than he would had  ii.- \ i^.itPi.l his dentist'earlier. Teeth, .un-  iii.p rnn'-.t other parts of the human body,  uiinoi heal . or repair themselves once  ilicy have been damaged.'This includes  l.ith "baby" teeth and permanent teeth,  b is' just as important to care I'qr baby  teeth as they build a strong foundation  for and guide the permanent leeth to  the  proper  positions.  Crooked   teeth   (malocclusion)   are   of  Wednesday/September 13, 1972      The Peninsula Times Page B-5  v major  concern   to  dentists.   They   cari   be  \luc   t(.   heredity,   but.   many  cases   result  fiiitn   poor  oral   habits  during  childhood.  Premature loss or extractions of baby  teeth can be tnore cfstrimental,  possibly..  resulting  in crooked or malformed teeth  utile-���; regularly cared for by the dentist.  A   rlirvkiip   every   fi   months   is   generally  reconintended  to keep teeth  healthy  and  '   pain\ distant thought.  ���Canadian    Dental    Association  r  l''OK early  selection of Christmas  Cards  come   to   Miss     Bee's.   Wharf   Road  Sechelt.  Hctme Planning Service  Pl-dn-s- to your desires ��� Specialist  in   Cedar   Homes,   Gothic   Arches,  Saunas.  Homes  remodeled ���  Nothing too small.  885-9060 - 525-1315  Box 782, Sechelt-,  B.C? n  i    \  1  ENROLL NOW ...  STRETCH AND SEW CLASSES  Starting Week _of  September  18th  8 WESSONS $16,00   @   1 p.m. - 3 pm. or 7 p ,m. - 9 pm  MAY'S SEWING CENTRE  Sechelt 885-2313  J     r  I  J  l.|  ��a��a��w������MaaOTja_wa����a��an8i.>��awtw_HiiiiiiiiH����aWi^  :���  1  1 :  1 .:  I.  [;���  ���  1  1  ! *  1  Sunshine Coast Business Director  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ART  SUPPLIES  DALLIS 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  deafer for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICES  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  .    BUILDING SUPPLIES  "   Yoyr One Stop Building Store _���  For All Your Building Needs '  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Sedview - Phone 886-2642     ��� ���*- -toes"   Free Estimates - Fast Service  G&W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic arid textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 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  CONTRACTORS (Cont.)  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R.  1, Madeira Park,  B.C.  FURNACES  CABINET  MAKERS  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  RADIATOR SHOP  Tqke  the   HEAT  OFF   Your   Engine  Cooling  System  Repairs.  Autos... Trucks -Tractors -  Oil   Coolers   -   Heat   Exchangers  -   Repair   -  Cleaning - Recoring  7  "ALL DAY/ AND EVERY DAY  4/10 MILE WEST ,f FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes the difference.  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  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  CHARTER  BOATS  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' Catallna Cruiser. Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 8.33-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDESERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698       P.V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7375  Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and  Finishing  Floors -  Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PEN  ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  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,  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GJPSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to oav  For free estimates���Call 581-6136 collect  Complete line of appliances  NURSERY  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  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  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*  ROOFING  AND  FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  * Gower Point Road  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  BANKS  fifrYAL"BANK OF CANADA  SEGHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  ' HOURS:  Sechelt: Tuos.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.nvp* p.m.; Sqt, 10 a,m,��3 p.m.  Gibsons. Monr-Tlmrs. 10 a,m,-3 p.m,  .'fyi; 10 a.ip.-^ p.m..  CHIMNEY CLEANING  ELECTRICIANS  BLASTING*  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoycs and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  ^CONTROLLED BLASTING  'ALL WORK INSURED  ,   FREE pSTIMAIbS  FRED DONLEY  Pondor Marhour^ 883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  ^rrowrppccYHNsaRi-p-  Basomcnts �� Prlyo-Wayn - Soptlo Tanks  Styrrip. - Pit*:*! Uncs  Call For A Froo Rstlmalo Any Tlmo  TED DONLEY'        Pondor Harbour 683-2734  WAT��R SliRVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting'  ^REE"ESTIMATES~ 7"  A SIMPKINS,  Bricklayer  now back In Sechelt area.  Locatecl^rosCfrorri^etma^QrK Store.  Phono ^85-2688^^  "^OAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  '���������'���.���';"���'r-'-v '������-7-'LTD.'"'1-'. -i-; ;���'.'������"���  Fill, Cement-Grayel, praJn Rock, etc.  09* 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  mmmwwm&mmii.  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  fhone 086-7643  T?i  Pl^one 885-2304 L. C, Emonon  ���   If Np -Ansyfar Leave Mcssaflp at  805.9326  R.R, 1, Sochelt, B.C.  BUILDERS  .      DOUBLE ���R TRUCKING  ��� SaKd"===^Gfa^l"-Tffia,-,Frlll���^-  Light Cleqringf:and.;ExcqYatlng  Phono 886-7109 aftor 5 P.m,  CONCRETE TORM-RENTALS  FOR ALU TYPES OF BASEMENTS  I.A5Y ERECTION, AND STRIPPING  Complete Instruction* Provided  ~FISHER~FORM-RENTALS~.  L 8. H SWANSQN LTD.  READY-MIX' CaN^FTE  s       , Sand and Grovel.. Backhoea  Ditching - Excavqtlpn*  ~OFRCE-.lNr,BENNER~.BLOCK  885-��,$C6( i, ox 172, Socholt, P.C  ^&tlPmt^#iW*^*i**xvf>ft��r ��is***��y  PHONE 885��95$0  RON'S CONTRACTING  JRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD  CUSTOM HOMES - PRMAR HOMM  High Quqllty , , . Reasonable Price*  Huy 4 PocKflilf 'one! .n.t It yourself, or get  our profewlonal help.  OARpftf^At,'��.��. �� PtW **��������� ���M-1IM  l*H&.r*W**>atflft*Y anaM��T��y m mmwv.t ��W�� hwr-agiwanMHiai *ir a>���^^ u��� m m hip-1 ���" f~r    t-i.i.i  Clearing ��� Excavation* - Road Building  "Gfadlniv Fill"-Rood Grayer-'crushed Rock���  phono: Socholt 805-9550  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD,  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  Phone 886-7244  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  '*''vSiM'ELE(CfRic^i.TDr''"'   Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone Day pr Eye, 885-2062  BE'ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential and Commercial, Maintenance and  Doslfln, 24 Hour Answering Service.  FREE ESTIMATES  Dpi. Lambert       886-7605 Ed Poliniky  Wyngaert Road-Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 860 - Gibsons   J.   ��_������.  Ponder Harbour,  .   McCANH ELECTRIC  WIRI.NG.OF AU TYPES  Roslcldhtlal - Industrial - Commercial  All work ouaranlo(��dr��1 Froo estimates  Joe McCann, Pox 157, Madolra Park  Phono 883-9913  I"1"1"' ""���  -wAi-h.��iihi.h.h ��������������a.���aya'ml .Mai i i. ��� ..���������ai���m. >�����������I  JIM McKENZIE  ���EbEGTRIOA^GQNTRAGTGR-���  ^Residential Wiring qnd. Major.,,  Appllqnce Repiqlrs  PHONE 88i5-9978 ]  Box 387, Secholt, B.C,   1     r",ww" ^r"'"������"l" ���  '   '  '  ^^'^-PLAIRJWCTRICAI,:.^^..  Contracting qnd Engineering  11     1    ' ' '.  Rosklentlal - Commerciql Wiring  Phono 806-7816  FUEL      7   .,. ..���':   , .7, ""  R^IE��WJPMAN-  for afl yowr  S^.::PR0DUCTS777:  , IMPERIAL ESSO; DEALER  -Jp.honfi*!883<^l663*  Madeira-Park/ 8,C.  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  , , ,   ..  . . FREE, ESTIMATES        .    ,  ���V.  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floprshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  v^��-speC|a||jts-|^ciednlno^floof'Waxlno''M^*^  Spray Puffing - Window Cleaning      RUG 1 SHAMPOOING , (  Phono 886-7131 - Gibton., B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILPING MAINTENANCE  Specializing In; '  Pappr. Hdnglng, Interior &, ExterlPr decorating,  Rug Cleaning, All types pf Building  Maintenance, Floor Installation,  Window Cleaning.  PHONE lp.9715^FTE*| 4 P.M.  Pok 642 . Socholt. B.C.  CALVIN'S PAINTINtj &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94,, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING ANP  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES        O  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 ���-"        Sechelt, B.C:.,  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 01 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  LTD.  Govt, Certified Plumber   ~   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  . P.O. BOX 825���.SECHELT. B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales ond Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yoursolfer  Contract & Renovations  .  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  "t'"Ry'Coa^r'aB6-953'3r:,886:7872"-""  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING^  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Gov't, Certified Plumber  Phone 883-2720  Box o3' " "'   Madeira Park, B.C,'  SEWING  MACHINES _  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric Housef Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS 7  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832 SecMl  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR \  B.C- Land Surveyor!  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay      \  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  J  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Avaljable  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.rrj.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAO*  .,., ���...,���,.,..,'.��� ......; .LTD..,,., .,. ny ,  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  RENTALS  MACHINE SHOP  , At rtid %n ����� th�� Chf��y����n  HILl'S MACHINE SHOP  8. MARINE SERYICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  ----^Steal'Fabrlcatlng-^Marlnp'Way*^"-  Automotlvo and MarlnoRepalra  Standard Marino Station  MARINE SERVICES  HwOat����-Hi-Wa���al*I^MiBri i   I     ai-i-HH. 11      '���    Mmnjl .        ���    ���      ���  Aa C, Rentals  Tools and Equipment  f  , Ajnshlrip Coasi Hlflhwoy qnd  !fv   FroiiGln Prtnlnsulq Rqad"\  MadoirpPork .,..>.���,.,     Phgrto 883^258,5  -TH E-RENTAL-SHOP���-----T-  at Payl* Day  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  \ Fully Insured  V DANGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING  Greater Vancouver  291.0750  Socholt Ponlnnula  885-9711  :TtVr,-aiid::RADIPi  ��� 11 111    1      1  11. 1 ��� tH  Your Chrysler Dealer for Solos and Service  ..,,���.,-,_.  ._-._ REPAIR. SHOP.7��� ..-���.���  , Parklno and Moorafle Avnllablo  TILLICUM PAY MARINA  Colin and Evelyn ,McKlnnon  Jim and Irjn Miller  HAST PORPOIS*; HAY ROAP, SECHELT  085-2100  R & S BACKHOE  "RR'-Noa-X Modolra Park, BiC7  W. RoMisoaM -- Phono 883-2302  "Wo qlm.ito,please"  1  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  806-9663 - Hopkins Landing  CLAYTON WELDING 8. MARINE   ������ Marino- Ways-to-42'-   1 Pottono Jtypalni  ' ; 88^2535  Box 7 �� Gqrdeii Rpy, B.C.  'MOVING^oiid*STOBAC|-3api'��"��w��"  .1 1 ., 7       7 r    I       1     ���'" ���""    ' wmmwmmm  lM WRAY'S transfer  Household MovlnoV Packlnq, Sto'rago   ,  Packing Material*. For Sale  Member of Allied,Van Line*,  , Cana'da'& No. 1' Mover.1.  I Phono 086-3664, RR 1, Glbtom. B.C.  1     ''Wa Ront or Soil Almost Everything"  Typewriters- Lighting Plants * .lolavMoni  l^olo Tlllora - Cement Mljjprid - Lawn Rakoa  ' Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 805^848 ��� M HOUR SERVICE  .,   AFTERHOURiaBB.2|B|  \ 1 1'r.n-^*  ^  flETAIL STORES lf "                    '  C 84 S 'HARPyy^H'  SECHEl-T, P,C,  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE >  HOME.FURNISHINGS  ���   ������ ���     Phono 005-9713  SUNSHINE COAST T,V. SALES  & SERYICE l,TD.  ADMIRAL   ���    ELECTROi-IOME'"       ";  and    ZENITH,    DEALER^  Gordon Oliver.   - Ed Nicholson  ���'������*���  |n The Heart Of DpwntOY/n Sechelt .j  Box 799, Sechelt' ������    885-9816^  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ANP DRAPERIES  Roupholsterlno - Restyling -Complete Dr��pVNr|,!  ^..���.Sorvlco -.Samplo- shown In the homo7u.w^.E  Phono 886-2050  1    '    .,, ..i... m.m.t>t.mn   1 M'H-*n*_  jw4*aaMMMMa<MMaJMMM>��fWW<wa<wwa��a��a��������aMwW��a��w*a��^MViWM��'  Ladles' ancfi^Chlldrbq's VVcflr  Qpon six days' a wpe"<  ,    Phono 885-2063n  Cowrio Street. Socholt  pondor Harbour * 803-.2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES ,!    v 7  Elect'rlcql' -  Plumbing *> Appllqncoa  TVs m Furniture and Carpota  P,6j Boh 1S8 Madeira p<Strk, H'W.IOI,  at Francis Ponlnsula        ,  rOTeMIDCUB^'  BINGO  t-W . H mH WwW2Jmam#1 wl# fimmm*^ *>^w't^w^1 * ^ "  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  ,f75 pTO, CiO     ...,.  mM*%mmttm4m4**mmtmm4inn4mmn*tr4*m*94)4t4<tm4im.timm*  *4��^��4i^ti��^fiMyi.4Mati4.  f^mmmmimmmi^^tmmm^^*^^*  wifWiliWirtWH'jWWl't aintfuW^lWt  ���j  -V  mtjwmmttmiimmtei*  ��*$&���  ;ikin*fmmm*aiimii4i.  mtm&p.mtwm'fti  .ii^ii.;' \  ���\  \  -V  \  \  Cancer facts  THE FIGHT against cancer is carried pn  . _ by a vast team of surgeons, radiotherapists, internists*, pathologists, gynecologist and physicists, as well as technicians and other supporting staff. -    ������-  But \the fight is far from won, and  fresh recruits are needed for the battle.  If you are keen, imaginative and dedicated to the welfare of .mankind, there  is a place for you in the ranks df cancer  fighters. x  Whether  you   lake   part  as   a   future  member of a professional team, as a volunteer, or purely as an  individual, here  are some ways you may help.  ���By   remembering   the   facts .you   have^  read   about   cancer   and   acting   upon  them.  ���By helping to dispel some of the old-  fashioned superstition and taboos connected with cancer by open and frank  discussion.  ���By developing^ in yourself a sensible  attitude towards all disease ahd realizing that Vour doctor's office is the  place to go when anything abnormal  appears.  Pamphlets and information about cancer can be obtained by writing to: B.C.  and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer  Society, 968 West Eighth Ave., Vancouver  9,  B.C.  TOO LATE TO  CLASSIFY      \  OttiTUARY  SKxYTTE���On September 9, 1972, Paul  Larsen Sky Ue, aged 65 yeaVs. Survived  by his wife Hazel^and three sons, Marvin  of Powell River; Ken and Alex of Gibsons; >five grandchildren; one. sister of  Halfmoon Bay; two���sisters and three"  brothers in. Denmark. Memomal /ervice  to be held on Friday, September 15 in  Gibsons United Church at 2 p.m.  FOR SALE  GE   FLOOR  polisher7 2   polishers,   good  condition".   $10.   Arborite   kitchen   set  and 4 chairs, 1 yr. old, $65. Ph. 886-9301.  516-42  TRAILERS  8>/2'   SECURITY   camper,   furnace,   pressure  sWater,   range,    boat   racks.    Ph.  886-9568  or  886-9827.    " 517-42   : :  ���      *"**  FOUND  LONG-HAIRED   tabby,   white- chest   and  paws. Roberts Creek. Ph. 886-9654.  518-42  FOR RENT  FLAVORFUL   PART  Do not peel mushrooms or discard  the stems. Both contain the most flavorful part of the mushroom. Store stems  that are not used in a particular recipe  in the refrigerator for later use in dishes  that  call  for  chopped   mushrooms.  3-4   BEDROOM   house,   right   on   waterfront.  Redrooffs.  References  required.  Ph.   731-2060. 519-42  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTY OW.NERS  ATTENTION!  960 sq. ft. 3 bedrm. completely furnished  MODULAR HOMES  CMH app.,  price $12,900 f.o.b.  Vane.  Information,   Box   888,   The   Times,  Box 310,  Sechelt,  B.C.  42  ���iaaiaii_M<i��ii__.._,.._,..._,.._[rMnnnnnjl||nr|juuui|w||  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  RUBBERSTAMPS  see THE TIMES  . '���vv'W'itwtftiviAi'ifim  f_W_T_r_T_Y_rW_T-Y_TM_fWMWWMMMJrMMWlJMA  Poet's Corner  ____���__������������������ \    x.  ���"������        ���Your contributions are invited  GOOD HUNTING���GOOD' LUOt  by   Albert   Hodson  ��� \ ���>���'������-  I  will  start out  with  my  story  By   introducing   these   four���men:  Ted,   Larry,   George   and   Frank���  They are all the best of friends.  All-of these,\men are married;  Each one  lives  in  a happy home;  But searching  for adventure,  Out in the woods they roam.  They  wandered  over  hill  and  dale,  When  Frank   looked   up  and  sighed,  "To  hunt  in  this  vast  wilderness,  We should  have  brought a guide".  George said,  "Boys,   let's  have  a smoke  And wish for better luck,  Before another hour goes by,  We all may have a buck!"  "I" go through this little draw,  Larry,   hunt  on   top,  Ted  and Frank,  stay  on  the flat,  Meet here  at  three o'clock."  An  hour or so  passed  quickly by,  Then the lead began to fly.  George had  shot a  two-point  buck;  Larry  hadn't any  luck.  Ted   had   seen   three   or   four,  But, bucks or does, he was not sure;  Some shots were fired down below,  But who fired them, I'll never know.  Frank saw a movement in the brush;  Although  it was not  very  clear,  He  thought  that it must  be a buck���'  "No-one  else  would  be   in   here".  He   brought   his   rifle   into   place;  Then  cold  sweat broke on  his face.  A man walked  out  in plain  view���  It could be me, it could be you!"  Frank could see much better now,  But  he  felt sick  and  queer-  He  had nearly shot a man,  That he thought  was a deer.  Now  this  story  has  a  moral,  Which I am trying to impress;  Make sure of  what you. shoo,t at���  Do   not  make  ag   uess.  And  when you  go out  in   the  woods  Looking for a buck,  Let your conscience be your guide,  Good hunting and good luck!  News Notes  w  Paflc B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 13, 1972  Add salt to mushrooms at the end  of cooking time to lesson the chance of  toughness. Garlic, paprika, marjoram,  parsley and chives enhance the taste.  SECHELT Garden' Club regrets to announce the .cancellation of the .iM\  garden show. This was scheduled to occur on the 30th of September but due  to a number of members being unable  tu participate they decided it was wiser  tu cancel the s*how.  The Spencer Saga ..continues; Karen ���  was off to Ottawa to4 assist her brother  while hi$ wife Judy was in the Hospital,  this was a three week stay. Judy's mother from \ West Vancouver then went  down, she was only there-a week when  ���jhe fell and broke her shoulder.  "Help"  ��� came the call again, this tii^ie Dot has  gone to look after her one year old  grandson, third time lucky we hope.   Dr^~Al: Swan andi^rffeTRosa have re-  Uirned' from a three week cruise of local  waters. The farthest place they went to  would be Wakeman Sound on the north  side of Kingcome Inlet.  The Roberts Greek Hospital Auxiliary  hosted \he birthday party held Friday,  Sept. 8th at the extended care lounge.  Mrs. Woodford was the lady whose birthday it was and she enjoyed her cake-  very much. ^  Mrs. Hatcher provided the entertainment playing all the old favourites delightfully on the piano with the patients  accompanying her in  song.  Hostesses were volunteer chairman for  Roberts Creek Auxiliary Mrs. Betty Merrick, with Mrs. Madeline Grose, Mrs.  Charlotte Raines, Mrs. Adelaide Clarke  and  Miss  Karen  Spencer,  assisting.  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary will hold  their meeting on Thursday Sept. 14th at  ^iiiiiiiiiifiniinmiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin^  NEVENS  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  RCA.  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *       *       #       *  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  ���by  Peggy Connor  St. ftildA Church Hall starting at 2 *p.m.  All one has to do to join is come to  the meeting, or come as a guest to see  if you might like it. ^Vxjlunteers are  needed to help in the extended care unit  of tlie\ hospital, in the gift shop, thrift  shop, hairdressing. Come and see. the  variety of things, volunteers can do-  there is a spot f^r you.  This goes for all of the Hospitals.  Auxiliaries, there "is one in your area,  President of the Co-ordinating Council  Mrs. Charlotte Raines 886-2706 will give  you the ofte to ��� contact in your neighborhood, or if it is Pender Harbour phone  Mrs. J. Donnelly 883-2536, for information.  The-semui���titfzens-rat-' Greene Court  have been the happy recipients of fresh  vegetables through the courtesy of the  flight station keeper and his wife Jim and  Ethel Kippin of Merry Island, who grow  a wonderful lot of vegetables and are  happy to share with those who don't  have a garden.  Watch out for those mad hornets, they  are particularly mean this time of year!  I know one little girl who was attacked  by ..them, fortunately she wasn't allergic  to their bite but it sure hurt for awhile.  With six to eight bites from, head to toe  it isn't fun. '        ���   ' ���  A.  BRICKLAYER  HAS  MOVED  .   .  Now across from the  Selma  Park  Store  Phone 885-2688  |\  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  THE  GODFATHER  Ends Thursday, September 14th  (RESTRICTED)  NEW Cook Books at Miss  Bee's,  Road,  Sechelt.  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