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 _%w v -ir-,..  \  "���V  ^_y.j>..>..  -x  9  ?  i  ���'i  Recreation complex . . .  T\_\      '���x  1  ^   ���  up  wa��ra�� nnwn wwara��_r__m   -    nwa ago. amra m��_a _nYr_a mi wana -nm V *> ��� aaa����-���-.  on  \  SULA  SECHELT village council will not place'  a referendum for the proposed, recreation complex at Roberts Creek at. its  year-end municipal election. The council  was unanimously opposed to the referendum at Wednesday's" meeting.  It will cost an estimated $487,000' to  build- the proposed recreatioh complex,  ice arena and auditorium, according to  Eric Hensch, chairman, of the centre  committee.  Charles Gooding, administrator of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District, on behalf of the board, asked Sechelt council  if it would put the matter to the voters  as a referendum.  ^The referendum was narrowly defeated last February. A 60 per cent majority was required to pass the issue and  the  vote  fell, just short of  that  margin.  Aid. Bernel Gordon, speaking against  the proposal, said that he would like to  see the project stalled. He noted that  Sechelt is currently facing a mill increase  if the proposed sewer, project, becomes a  reality. A feasibility study on sewers is  expected to be presented to council within  two weeks,  it was  indicated.  Gordon noted: "We have our own park  which will require money to complete.  I'm against after every turndown, these  people come back again trying to wear  us down."  Aid. Norm Watson agreed with Gordon saying, "It is a tremendous load;  $487,000 is a lot of money and will put  up the mill rate."  Aid. Ted Osborne stated the sewer  project should  come first.  Mayor Ben Lang said: "Speaking as  an individual, I was fully in favor of  the complex before and I voted for it.'.  However, I feel sewer business must  come first. I foresee a three-mill hike  just  to keep  it going."  Gordon quoting regional district dic-  ertor Frank West said: "West has a good  head for figures and he sees a $70,000  annual deficit."  -Osborne- suggested - that the complex  should be constructed with private funds  such as North Vancouver's Capilano Winter Club.  Aid. Harold Nelson also objected to  the costs which he felt would be about  three mills. He said it would be nice  to have but it would be expensive.  Lang directed Gordon, who was filling in for vacationing clerk Mrs. Phylis's  Boyd, to write to Gooding to. explain  that the council unanimously rejected to  place a referendum at the year-end municipal elections. He added that this rejection does not necessarily close the door  on council's future action regarding the  complex.  In other business the following action  was taken:  Council will ask West Vancouver for  r  * _  a copy of its bylaw pertaining to regulations on the discharge of firearms within  the village limits. ���.   ���       ,  . .. Mayor Lang said that the police.are  '���^helpless  to  act  against   offenders  unless  there is a bylaw to enforce the ban.  Village clerk Ted~ Rayner is back  to work half days, - Lang told council, *  but due to the increased work a younger  man must be found to take on the extra  .load. Lang said that he knew of a candidate in New Westminster who would be  available for an interview for the position. Council agreed to talk to the candidate. Salary for the new position is to  be determined. 7  Sechelt airport may get a new generator, Aid. Watson told council members.  He said the old three kilowatt generator  was not functioning properly and couldn't  carry  the  heavy  loads  demanded  of  ���see   page,A-6  Land-use planning seen  tor village ot Sechelt  VILLAGE of Sechelt is becoming. active  in the field of planning, said E. R.  Cuylits, Sunshine Coast Regional District  planning  director.  Cuylits made his comments in a . report to the board' directors last month.  The planning department of the district  has been consulting on some issues, Cuylits noted.  "Some preliminary discussion has  been held with members of the Sechelt  Village Council regarding the establishment of a study to recommend a long-  range plan. Such a study would be in  addition to the existing consulting work,"  Cuylits said.  Cuylits reported the district building  inspecter and himself have found the  posting of a medical health officer at  Gibsons a "great assistance to our work."  He said the health officer has been extremely cooperative and the approval  process for building permits has been  accelerated.  British Columbia's new cabinet will  likely approve the new rezoning bylaw,  the department of municipal affairs has  indicated, Cuylits said.  Zoning hearings will be called this  month to consider bylaws. Two meetings will be scheduled in the Fender  Harbor area and One  at Roberts  Creek.  Peninsula Times editor  has assumed new duties  RICHARD T.  (Dick) Proctor, newly appointed editor of the Peninsula Times,  has now assumed dtuies.  Proctor, a native of British Columbia  ���   who was raised in Vancouver and  New  Westminster, has worked on newspapers  in Nelson, Vernon and Kamloops.  For the past'five years lie has'been     ...        r ��T     0.  .      T   ,-        , ���,, 0 ...  iT'--   v      v    ii      '*-,���' -��:- -.���    _,    .(.��������� lation of Non-Status Indians, held Safeu.-  cditorot a weekly newspapers, in Forest<��� ��� a..;; ��� -������ ���     - ���'������������.      -*-JR?  drove,   Ore.   and  assistant 7(o   the  man-  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe-Sound to Jervis Inlet), inducing Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Greek, SelmaVark. Sechelt, Halfrhoph Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira. Park, Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARQEST -CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. Volume 9, No. 46  2nd Class Mall  \ Registration No. 1142  ;.,'     '  \   \   7V.  '��� v..      -f\  '���I-  _  -    \ Uniort   ������������������   Label  This Issue 12 Pages ��� ,15c  V-  WEDNESDAY/ OCTOBER 11, 1972  Gathering in Roberts Creek Hall  some of the officials and dignitaries  discuss the afternoon events-of the  ,.B.C_.���Assiqciation.jof^Non^tatus^Jn^,  dians cultural-unity conference held  Saturday. They are from left: Clarence Joe,-.Sechelt band manager;  MLA Don Lockstead, McKenzie; Ben  Non-status Indians confab  Dignitaries discuss conference  Prest, president of the local BCANSI  chapter; John Pankratz, Progressive  Conservative candidate for the federal jtidmg jaf ^^  ria Gabert,Ot;tawa, representing the  Nativ<e__Coiincil of Canada; Chief  Henry Paull, Sechelt band; Fred  House, president,  BCANSI;  Hartley  Dent, Terrace, deputy speaker of the  provincial legislature and Paul St.  Pierre,* Liberal MP, Coast-Chilcotin.  ...Missing, irois .Harry  Olaussen, NDF candiSate for the  federal election. He attended the afternoon conference.  Segregated schools teaching Indian  at meeting  \  A SEPARATE school system operated by  Indian   teachers,   with   a   curriculum  geared  to the needs  of  the  native  people,   has   been   advocated    at   the   cultural-unity conference of -the B.C. Assoc-  CHAMBER BANQUET  The annual Sechelt Chamber of Commerce banquet will be held Saturday in  the  Legion  hall,  Dinner starts  at  7:30,  u*ing editor of a group of newspapers  based in Kent, Wash.  proctor took ..his advanced training in  I'mrnalism at Westminster College in Salt  Lake City.  He said that he is pleased to return  to British Columbia and in .particular to  the ^Sunshine Coast. He and his wife Joan  and .their children, Bill, 14, Elaine. 9 and  Lorejji, 2, plan on making their home in  day.  "*'"Jeanne'Albin,   32,   of   Powell   River,  made the proposal because she claims the'  present system, with Indians and whites  attending "the same 'schools, is a failure.  "Cultural differences have been ignored," said Mrs. Albin, "consequently  only the non-Indian values have been  given to Indian children in the school  system."     .     .   ,        ...  She presented her brief at  the first  OOPS, WE GOOFED  ., Senior citizens;are, planning ,a, project  of growing flowers; using artificial light ih ge^h^i and1 Sylvia Madleeih, 7iri  the  must have the project completed within newlyf relocated Gibsons office on Gower  18 months to qualify for a federal; grantK,,7P6int1Road. It is expected that a reporter-,  said E. W, Shaw, instigator of the local ^.otographer will be hired soon, Proctor  progrum. Last week's Times article said ssdd.   '  the project must' be  started  within  18 Remaining as advertising manager is  months Hod Whcclcr  the area and to take part in community    conference of the non-status Indians, held  ���_;... j......ix'.. ���*���-- -...��� ���- - - ������ -"- 1 in^fochelt. ��� "     '��� ���" ="��� ���*-"������'���-��������   activities.  Ot!  Niclm  ;ner new 1  )Jsb"n,,,int���  staff members include Rose MmAlbin made the following prppo-  chai'ge,..o��..,.the,..,.book,?';s,tore,,,, ,SBils,,foi\>a.segregated system;, ,  , ,   , ,  ,<���,.,...���>..���,.���:.,^...,,..       ..,,-���" ;\_Q'peraie(j by native teachers.  ���Curriculum should be geared to the  needs of the native poyple, such as humanities, and social studies, * ���  ���A basic reader at the primary level  for tho Indian child..  ���U c   of   Indian   m>tli-   and   lejjcnd��-  that are identifiable to the Indian child's  life and culture.  ���The reader, in English, should be  basic and equivalent to the work requirements needed in the present primary  lev^.Sr?^'   >*�����.'-���^���iv      --������������ ���'      *���>  ���Development of the -native arts and  crafts   wherever  possible.  1 Other necessary academic courses  would be taught as well in order to allow  the child to have added educational development necessary to compete in other  grades.  To implement such a: pfogtam, "'Mrs.  Albin, a Sliammon Indian, herself a product of day and residential schools in  Sechelt and Mission City, native counsel-'  lors -should .-be. sought,, 01;. trained; .adult .  education should be part of the program  and native people should become' active  61Y7local school-'boards:rand..1 !the>:depart-  ment of education .should hire native  educators in curriculum development Hor  native children. A graduate of-UBGrMrs,  Albin has taught for five years ih, "B.C.  schools.  "Once a child knows who he is and  he is confident! in himself; he \vill ihte-'  'gI,ate''''at*hissown*spcecV;,"*l5heMsaic^1*****w,,���**',"  .. Such a brief, she stated, came about  through, research, and..study, throughout  the province, She was alarmed'at the extremely high drop-out rate* of'native ohil-  drcn���1)4 per, cent���in grades 1 to 12,  "This does not Include tho rate for  those pupils who aro rotalnod or failed  Jn oabh grad'o.vWhereas'the.nrttlortqljuAo  of-drop-out for the non-Indian student ils >  approximately  12 per cont," she noted,  .   "Falluro seems Inevitable tor,the Indian child* in'the prqscn.t school .system,"  7   Mrs. AlbliVs"brief,' ono 'of. l'JV-p 'pro-  Wonted at tliOyafteinioon gathering.of Indians on tho Socholt rosorvo, was warm  ly received by some 200 delegates.  McKenzie MLA Don Lockstead that he  will give a copy of the brief to Eileen  Dailly, minister of education in the  newlly formed NDP government.  He added that the government will  soon be redesigning the educational system in British Columbia.  Mrs. Albin said that the program concerning Indians should not be set up un-.  ���see   page   A-6  3 factors determine  Indian's registration  FOLLOWING   Saturday's    cultural-unity  conference, many persons have asked  for an explanation of non-status Indian.  A non-status Indian is a person who,  although   genetically   and   culturally   an  Indian, is not registered as such by the  federal Department of Indian Affairs.  There are three main factors that determine the classification of an Indian  as non-status.  .1. Initially there were many Indians  living in extreme isolation who were  simply never registered. This group includes Metis of the Prairies.  2. A female Indian who marries _.  person not registered as an Indians has  her name automatically removed from  the Indian registry. Not so with a male,  however.  3. An Indian may voluntarily become  enfranchised after signing a document  and receiving a small sum of money as  his share of the band funds.  Due to lack of time and space the  Times was not able to fully document  the conference this week. More articles  will appear  next week.  Closed to public  aides,Lockstead  to meet with board members  HIGHWAYS Department representatives      and Don Lockstead; MLA, will meet  with  the  board of. the Sunshine  Coast  Regional District tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.  1 _. TJie meeting. \yould bo of, the board  in    commlttce-of-the-wholc    with    two1  ' mo'mBoi'irtlf^Aro"^  commission iir attendance; regional dls-  ,ing West's motion to acquire green belt  lands from electoral areas A ��� to F^ inclusive," . ,  Thu  resolution    requested    that   the  minister, of .municipal affairs be requested  to  reborqmend   the  issue  of  supplcmen-  n.*ryw,lottc.rs*pal(M^^  gional  district  board  to  undertake  the  ij&WifWtMvmwii  trlct  board .,. members,,,decided ,at��� their,: .function: of, .park ,and... green , ,b<Qlt j land .,���  meeting Sept. 20,  Tho meeting will bo to discuss, tho  relocation of Highway 101 but willi not  bo opon to the public, said H, J. Almond,  chairman ot l^o regional district,.board,  7 , Jlc)lf' of;tboidiroctors' salaries wlH;ho���  declared as expenses, according to n''r_.-'  solution passed by tho regional board  at Its last mooting,, ���   ,_,   West explained that such action would  result ln a tax saving., for tho directors.  IDlroutoi'H passed u resolution, follow-  ReporioriUBPM  9 ���,��  .J.,,,.  C____\_Z\  aH**��feaWW*>VW��a��WW_Ma^^  #Ut��'1iWlWW<.)Mt,'MtI*��.|amW��M  Hht^lVWaM-ltattttFWaai  www i ii*ft)wa��iM��<��ii>��fUM��Mff KUfmmm. ����_>_ .w��**ti  themselves as 'typical'  ";"r1 r Blobd donor honored  Mrs. Evfclyn Ncufqld, Govyor Point   lno'lrvlno, 12, roproHonting 'Qlhsons ops commltloo, A Wood drivo will  Hood, Gibson.., whs nwArdcd h corU   Eloiiiontiiry     School,   junior   Rod bo hold Friday, ;j to ,4s30 f>.m,. and  , iflonto/or dohatlnR 35-pints ol! blood   Cross.'Slnndlnfi by with n lollop of. <...")0 lo ��:!��) p.nvnt tho health clinic  oyer tho pnst 20 yenns.1 Tho coptlfl-   appreciation j from tho British Col-- * In GlbsdnR/Yos, Mrs, Ncufold plans  catc, signed' by   Gov, 0: Roland   umbin. Red Gross; ls Bnrt Dutcau, to glvo Wood on Friday tho 13th,  _Michcner, wus prosenusd-by"Christ--- chairman of tlio Kinsmen blood don-  ri-+<i-a.fr-Jr^m.>vif<etr.iv��.ii��' n. .���.���.rf^vji  EACH regional distrlot In tho province  i ,hooh>Itself as tlio "typical district", ao-  corcliuK to observations made by CharUm  CioodliH., administrator of lho Sunshine  Coin;!, HcRlnhnl- District,   ���    ���  Goodlnfirln* lityr report,- to"Ujo-.hoard,���  said that, ho attended, l(io l'lrt<t two clii.yti of .  "Unkjn ol' n.G. MuulolpiilMloii convention  whluh  doult  with  11911111 oonuornlnit ro-  Ijlonal (llntrkilii;  "TUrmiHU tlio'jmionodlnits npp����r��d lu ���  bo minlnwliat nviirsliadowod by.lhp vhunno  A In Rovai'iunun| llio dismissions and ulll* '  tudert of the various clolonnlos to tho ro-  .solutions and problems was vory, lnt��i'-  ���^OStlll|1��p''��-^'~'~--~*^"-������^-��-^  . "My Impression was lhat, each ro��l����nal  dljitrlct sees itself nf\ the 'typloal' dlatrlrt  with tho nroibloms of'olhor dlsti'lols 'not'  relevant to itself m\ u^trnordlnjary ltunm^  To mo IhlH aeeonlii tl��u need lo retain lho  in G-tho- d I ntrictfr1 nnd-t (vtt lar rfl " cxVent-  negates tho apparent donlru fop a book  of rules applicable to all regional dinT  . trlotfi."      -  Cloodlug foil tluit' Miq ro/jl6nnl ponl-  lion'ut tho convention Was vastly clll'.  Joront from thut of four years,ago whom-.  In ho said .ha J'olt that rcHDlutlons and  regional problems woro "glossed ovor and  handled with scant consideration.1"'  Kc^fionlLnutta'aU'SlUao^thel^lncftUtloiaV.  it Ih obvious that tho districts' can claim  at leant one achievement. Whereas; prior'  to tholr creation, municipalities In gqo-  graplilo"association often appeared' lo  adopt a 'competitive and sometimes bul-  "lgorcnt attitude towards eaclv other,~lhoy  now appear lo.'l.iui.l together, and hav_  aii'sunind an,'un' and 'Ihoy' approach, to  lho now oj.gaul/aod rural ^electoral areas  wlllilii Iholr roglun,"        ' ,  ' Clouding n'oon a' nood for additional  Hi.cclallml help in ' lho tSunnhlu'o Coast  ltoglonal Dlslrlct;        (       '    '       '      ;  ljo said extra work' Is croate<| by planning and water works dc;partmontH and  then; ls a need lor an extra "body lo till  In when .members, of Iho^present staff  iu'o away,"   Uoodlng said Ihal a draftsman, who Is  capablo of bringing lho WAl���or system roc  ~0l'<tnip���1iTtlnin7tfrnT!rT;ffrinryrThlf!Tcr^^^  -wo\ild~Ml80*l)0'r��<iukod��to-diiite-��tt��d-pr-o��4  pare, various plans as required and'also  update tho ,1100 feet "J_ngal" serliid maps'  with punt and current subdivision. ,    ,  "Apart from our uvvn growlh lho prob<  lam ls ngravatod by lho ovor-lucniaslng  dcniands from other government departments .for detailed . Information , wllh  which to process such Items,as .subdlvj'  slons  and  water main extensions,"  ha  e��w Jff tt�� ^AI !#itai9Wf>pimif^:>��4frWi>ut&itgfitli&>eu^ awPwi_^K^<iiliait>��Wua^WNWrMWBMI*ial(  acquisition and lhat such land be acquired at no cost lo the regional district  other than nominal purchase and legal  transfer ancl conveyance costs.  The  resolution  further  stated;   "The s  annual not,,cost attributable to uthis function shall   bo 'apportioned   among tho  participating  mombor  municipalities' on  tho, basis, of assessment-which,,may.;ho ,  ��� taxod.in iho.current yoar for school purposes excluding property .that is taxable  for school purposes only by special act in  electoral areas A lo V Inoluslvo.  "Thq annual not cost-of the said'function shall, nut, wuood Ilia produot.qi.a  levy or oiHi:(|uarlor mill on the bntilji of  assessmoht' which may1 ��� bo taKcfd" in"|Jib   ourront yoar for school purposes oxclud-,  ih'g proporty  that Is taxable for school  -purpoaTCn-qnly-bjrflpqolnraerin-olelBtdrin*  areas A to' F lnclus^v'el,'  ' ��� A court -of' revision' will sit' Nov. I'  for the purpose of revving .nnd certifying tho 1072,electoral.rolls bo.appointed.  Its members'Will bo chairman II, j, Aim-  ond, directors Frank West und II, A,  Slade, It was dould^,  \  a  at-lH-HA V!+f��< i.  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  lo action!  Iri Todoy's CJasyifiad:-  >*a��a��M����a<M����MajijM��j����M��j��^-.-��--��-i-.-i-.-.-.-i-,rr-.-r-.-[-lininr|LniM(  llAlll VOl.KSWAQEN booth), ZO.BOQ-iijIloi,  ^laOl'O.^^UUlil,,.���-..^���^,,.^���. ���.^4.��_^�����^��!^,���^^��m��w.  ^HfvytnnnnavvafwinaviiatfiaMiniwigv^wwwawiinfyvvitfvvvBf^yia  * T.'lT'ili-1'3"10^ r6ach over ^506 jhom<m  (10,000, readm). , i-    "'  * Tlmos Classified!, oo INTO tho hoirm V ;"' V  not on lawns, stroota or In culverts,  * Tlmos Classifieds aro low-cost, high-potency     <*  roIos tonics,  ..   '  ��� .      ���'.-. .     ' \  ** Phono Unci open Sunday; cldislfiod  885-9654 Sccholfr/886-2121 Glbaoni.  ���V  n***t^*mm'*iu>>*mwiH4.4i.ii4_ tAmMi/vm*****-'*!.****'!**** \-  \  \  \  Elphie Sports  ���.by Lorry Knowles ,.  PIT!  Again this' year Elphinstone sporting ���  events are going to be reported in this  paper. We elected captains at our annual  house meetings for the four house teams:  Sabres.   Mustangs,   -Bomber?,   and   Spitfires. From these, an executive was chosen  fpr the. Sports   Council.. This  year's  executive consists of:  Brad  Norris,  president;  Bill  Sneddon,  vice  president;  Eileen  R.ilils, secretary;  Susarmc' Jorgen.son,  Ire.aiirer;   J.) Hil/ic   Willi:;  eui'I   Betty  Top-  liain,,  pnliiicily, ctnH .loan   Blomgren, public   icl-ilioiis.\ Teacher   sponsors    for   the  Sports Council are Miss Wilson, Mr. Gray,  and Mr.  Stoochnoff. the new PE teacher.  The  students  and staff have resumed  their Fin day noon rivalry. The first game  was  won  by  the  women  staff  over  the  Grade   11    girls   in   volfleyball,   but   the  Grade 12 boys defeated the men -staff in  football 7-1, to even the series.  Three girls teams from Elphi plqy'ed  volleyball against Pender Harbour Tuesday night, starting off the inter-  school activities for the year. The Grade  8's won their games 15-12, 15-3. Valma  Scrugham was the outstanding player.  The juniors won 15-3, 7-15, 15-6 with all  the girls playing well. The seniors were  . defeated by a very strong Pender team  9-15, 5-15, with Debbie Willis as our outstanding player.  Elphi has a girls' grass hockey team  this year for the first time, and they are  looking for someone to play against.. A  Junior Boys Rugby Club seems to have  the same problem. Mr. StoochrtQff has already formed a cross-country team which  will   be  participating   in  meets  soon.  On Monday our Senior Boys Rhgby  Club will travel, to New Westminster  where Ihey will take part in an eighteen  team  tournament.  Page A-2 . The Peninsula Tinies  Wednesday, October 11, 1972  glad tidings  Tabernacle  Sunday 10:00 q.m.; 7:30 p.m.  1 uesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  (Sower Poirh' Road  w  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sundoy School: 9:45 a.m.     *��*  Sunday Services: I 1 a.m.; 7 p.n\.  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)    U.  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.jm.  Evening Service 7:30 p.ni.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Rood and Arbutui  (2 blocks up from Highway)  .'4  .1  J.  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  wi  Sharks have up to 15 rows of teeth in  their mouths at ono time, to replace  teeth that have become worn out or lost.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  RESIDENTS   of   Welcome     Beach     and  Eureka   are   shocked   and   grieved   to  hear  of   the  sudden "death  of  Alfred  L.  Young at the age of 67. Mr. Young and  his wife  Alice  had  travelled  to Ontario  for a visit with' their daughter, Mrs. Lin  '   Martyn, when Mr. Young suffered a heart  attack and died in Thunder Bay Hospital  on Oct. 3.. Mr. Young settled in his home  in Eureka following his retirement about  -two years ago, but. during his short   residence  he  hud  made   many   friends   and  won the respect of all who knew him.  The social evening to be held at the  Welcome Reach Hall on Saturday, Oct.  14 at 7:30 p.m. will celebrate the 25th  anniversary of the founding of the Welcome Beach Community Association.  Everybody welcome and please wear  fancy dress,  The winter film program started oif  ���with a fine show last Thursday'under the  direction of Frit/. Leuchte.'The program  included the story of Angotoc, an Eskimo  boy, from birth in an igloo to manhood,  and films on dancing, figure skating and  fishing in Canada. Tho next progrnm  will be on Tluirsclny, Oct. 19 nl 7:30 p.m.  ,,.,..... ^it]y n ���f1|1()wiiigi)rinims on Now Zealand..  A general meeling of Area 1. Ratepayers'  A.smiciiilioii is scheduled , for T'YI-   "day; 0.77277"' ��� "" ' " * '   Mr. mid Mrs, Jim Cooper, woro in  Vancouver recently lu utl.oi'.d the wedding, of tholr daughter, Marilyn, lo Allan  Campbell   Hunt., ^Mr, jCciopcr ^.fSjwe^ his  tveremony on Sept. ?W, Mrs. Cooper stayed   In North Vnneouvor tu t��ku owe of her  uranddmighlor, Dynn, while the couple  spent ii honeymoon on Vnncoiivor Inl��ncJ.  On I heir relurn Ihey will nwl.o their  homo in' North Vancouver.  ���by Mary Tinkley  Canon Alan Greene, in St. Mary's  Hospital, has recently received visits  from his daughter, Catherine Tuck of  Prince Edward Island' and his son, Alan  Greene Jr.  of Duncan.  After 14 years spent in Dewline stations within the Arctic Circle, Patrick  Murphy has come home to settle once  again in civilization. He is at present  relaxing at his home enjoying his l'am-  ly and our glorious fall sunshine.  Sorry there was no column last week,  but your correspondent, accompanied hy  Mrs. J. Allen, had taken a trip to Jasper  and Banff National Parks. More about it  next  week!  Totem gets face lift  Jamie Dixon puts wings on thunder-  bird of totem pole at Sechelt reserve.  The totem was carved by Tyrone  Joseph, 17,. about two years ago.  Carved of yellow cedar Dixon was  asked to paint the totem and- prepared the wings which are eight feet  wide.  Walter Safety says,  "Think, don't slnkl  Be water wise I Learn  and practise water  safety svery d-ay."*  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your, advertising in this, space, will reach  more than 2,500 homes. (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way tc  reach'more Sunshine 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.  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES I  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:4^ a.m.  Evening Fellowship"7:ty0 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 1 1:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:3�� p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  MA  1  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  WE ARE  PLEASED TO  ANNOUNCE  The appointment of Bill Avers to  our 'Staff to* give -better T.V. service    to   the   Sunshine   Coast.  Sunshine Coast T.V.  Sales & Service Ltd.  LL 197  RAMME  mm  i  -A  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  PHONE 885-9816  COURSE  EVENING  TIME  SESSIONS       FEE  LOCATION  INSTRUCTOR  BRIDGE^BEGINNERS^::^::::^:.-^^--^  BRIDGE���Intermediate ancl Advanced, Designed for those persons who' have some  experience ancl who wish lo improve their  game by learning modern bidding and  playing techniques.  (Bridge Tables ro-  . hWfJ'Mllji.VM |i | t   i*'A>-|   1 1W**'1*i*^>M5��*,*'(tfc#��ifc^  KEEPnT..._.r.:^  badminton  "7'.'7Z '77Z^7:7���Z-...7777.7  INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID   i  , ;-WELPIN?HH'Session, Meet nt Gate  'House, l^orV Mellon ......:..7.:..:..:,_..._..__..,  CARPENTRY ..." ,   ���AUTcittONGTO::::^  _���  SHOP���SABO BOAT BUILDING ...,..��...���w_..,  ,,,|>bTTER^r-r.'-;r-��i:r-r;vrr";-  ���'^MACRAi^E^il:.. -  , ',H0gSI;',c;pb|STRUCXI.0N.,   BANp-r^BEGINNERS      'Monday ������  :7:30  10  ���V$10.0077.'T"^  fij_>"  rwmx  ���!....��....������.....  .. .if. .f ......pr*.  ���Monday ���--���-�����  Tuesday  Wednesday  Monday ancl  Thursday  Monday  Tuesday  . Monday/  Monday-  ( Tjuesday  Thursday'  Thursday, ,���,  Wednesday  Wednesday.  Wednesday  8:00  8:66  7:30  7.30  7:30  7:30'  ,7:30  7:3Q  .,7:3.0.  7:30  7430,  7:30  and Friday (maybe)  YOGA ...;i ������  DEFENSIVE DRIVING  *PHbTOQRAPHY-'^;,^..tU.....,.,= ^....w_.���,-  BAIXROQM DANC.NG-^Boglnners ���:_ ...  0AUROOM DANCING���Experienced .���...,'  STRETCH & SEW ���*.  '^VQ^YBALL ..  #*mmin.. .,./.**it*ymmpm*.0r fm*i9  ��p|r*��*fi����a*��.  , Monday  Wednesday  Monday  ,  ������-Thursday���  Monday  Thursday  Wednesday  Monday, .  7:30 ,  7:30  7:30  .7.30 ���  7:30  7:30  7:30  7:30  ���10-  20  40  20  20  72p:  -20  10  JO  20  -20,  20  20  20  20  _|��_.  20  20 '  10  20  S  410,00-  $20,00  $57.00  $25.00  $25,00  $25,00  $25.oa  $2,0.00,,  $10.00   $10,00  $20,00  ���420,00.  $20,00  .       V  $20,00  $20,00  $20.00  $10,00.  $20.00  $20,00  ,,$10,00  $20.00  Elphi nstone ��Seconda ry -  Elphinstone Secondary  Elphinstone Secondary  Mrs. Delos Sqntos  Self-governing Club1  Elphinstone Secondary Mr. Madisson  Port Mellon     "  Elphinstone Secondary  , ElphinstoneSeconcJary'  Elphinstone Secondary  EI ph I nstoppj Secopda ry  Elphinstone Secondary  ^Iphlnstpne Seconclqry,  Socholt Elementary  Secholt-Elomentary-  Socholt Elementary  , .        ,.,.,,.r���.,.���.)..  Sochelt Elementary .  ElphTtoslone Secondary  Sochelt Elementary ..  - ElphlnstonetSecondqry  Gibsons Elemen,tqry '  "^Ibsons Elementary  Elphinstone Secondary  Gibsons Elementary-  Mr,  Weinhandl  Mrs,  Walllpder  Mrs. Dunsforid  ..... Mr. .Almond 7,  Mr, Epp  Mr, Wishlove A  Mrs. Laakso  ai  Mrs, Laakso  v.-  'Ia.  *fl^^-a*1wi(i����^a��i����e��ittaa��W  !f>lW^��'+(a��*��#Va��V!WlaftWla^t��^^  "W  mrnmwwmm^^^  REGISTRATION:  Yf iS.gfilfy youir liitcrojt in a co-ursa Imniocllotoly, To do  ; so simply phono; 806-2225 or 085^9462.  TO PR^REGISTER  1. phono 886-2225  or 885-9462  :_J*^te*;ea!^  basil and remaining vacancies aro filled at tho first  session. All MWSJ prc-rcglstcr,  3. Register at first scsilon, If vacancies exist.^  , N8���All Cheques should bo made pnyablfi to School  . .��� ..�� PIstHct No, 46 (Sechelt), , .    '  ���...'/!.,..',. ..',.  (a)*Stato namo,,addre*trtelephone numbor,-  (b) Indicate course(s).  or-;   7 '."'��� ��� ,"  ���  ,.    '.  ���'    ..,.'  / ���     .  ���  2. Attend at School Administration Office, Gibsons,  between the hours of 9:00 a.m, to 5:00 p,m,' 7  GENERAL  INFORMATION  J-'^foesaropayablo flttho tlmo^  ,,��,Lj:p9l?tratlon^and_,not  later than tho Initial session.  2, Refunds will bo mado only  If a class Is cancelled.  3. AUCUSSfSwill common-  co  week  of  October, 16,  ���  - 1972...'     -���  W^Jmmi/mtMi  .1'   n,# 4*tt$*^rf��Kiafc<i��i^irte^  '"it  wm^mm"���''''"'''^  4+y.  ��    ,/  ,     I  ...t.  >,(,,  .,   ,.,  "   ��   I"',    -  ���   ��."'���"- '"        '  "  ��     ,��� ...  7    1 \  NeW Canada Savings  Bonds return 7.3 per cent  vIT-'S   that   time   again.   Canada   Savings  Bond  time.  Not  that  Canadians  need  too much of a reminder." They have been  ...-buying   what   has -^become   the-   nation's  most favorite   savings    vehiele    for   27  ..campaigns;. .7 \ ���... . ���������-      ---���  The new bonei, on sale \as of Oct. 2.  will return 7.30 per cent (up from the  7.19 of\ tiie _'971s. if held to maturity  .in 12 years (last year's bond had a 9-  year life). \  Interest for the first year.is  5V_-   percent; for the .second! 7 per c"cnt; for the  next four it is 1V_, for the lasl, six,  7%'  per  cent.  The compound interest, feature re-\  turns. This provides for three extra interest certificates during the life of the  bond. If all coupons are uncashed, a $100  x bond would be worth $233.25 at maturity.. v  Other traditionals are bapk: the bond  can be cashed anytime for face value  plus interest; can be bought through  banks, investment dealers and trust''  companies; can be secured by instalment  buying in areas including the popular  payroll plan.  Eligibility provisions >bave . been  changed to tailor the new series to individual investors. Maximum amount per  purchaser remains at $50,000, but only  Canadian residents ��� and estates of deceased  can buy.  More than 5,000 companies and firms  again will make the one-step, efficient  payroll plan available to employees. Last  year 676,000 purchased -a record of $328  million this  way.  The B.C. Region Payroll Organisation  shared in this with a record mark of  $23,054,100 through 45,045 applications.  This team of investment dealers, on loan  from their firms to help organize the  "scheme throughout the province and  Yukon, will again be headed by regional  director, George Sherwood of Vancouver.  Safe Motoring  *HE 2 SECOND RULE ���  LEARN IT AND LIVE  Tailgating is one of the major causes  of accidents. There is a sirrjple new rule  to help you maintain a proper safety  margin. It is called "The 2 Second Rule"  All you have to do is leave two seconds  between you and the car in front. Learn  It Now and Live.  Whenever the car you are following  passes a sign post, a tree, or any fixed  point beside the road, if you count "One^  and. two and." before you reach the  point, you are at a safe following distance. It doesn't matter whether you are  going ten mph or 70 mph, because the  faster you go, the greater the distance  you cover in 2 seconds.  Two seconds gives you time enough to  react and brake if the car in front suddenly slams on his brakes. Every sign  post, every pole, every tree you pass, is  a chance to check if you are tailgating.  Tailgating is a traffic offence in this Province. It results in hundreds of accidents,  injuries and deaths��� ���>veryvyeaW ���*..  Next time you ar^ driving'- test The  Two Second Rule - and from then on,  live  by  it.  TRAILER TOWING  Towing a trailer with ease and safety  requires a certain amount of experience  before setting out on the open road. Always remember that the handling and  braking characteristics of any car may  be changed considerably by the 'added  weijght of the trailer. Until you learn the  'feel' and how to cope with these changes,  it is important to drive with extra caution.   , ,,, ;.Jt,,is,,a.,lgoqdJ<".ea<,to,^  stopping and backing in an area away  from heavy traffic. This practice will help  you, gain experience in handling the  extra weight' and iGngili of tlie Irailer.  Also heck lights, tires nnd mirror adjustment.  Skillful backing with a -trailer re-  lX.es,., pro et ice. Jl"ry JJi Is ��� oafiy^iiQoUjod^ to m  J.elp"control clirectioi.7 Keep youF'T'lgh!"  hand at tho bottom of steering wheel,  To" move trailer left; move your hand to  loft,, To back to tho right, move hand to  tho right,  Remember that trailer wheels Will bo  closer than car wheels to tho Inside on  curves. Avoid spft ,sl)ouldors,, curbs, etc.,  by driving slightly beyond your normal  'turning point, Signal all turns. Avoid  sudden rtjonouvors,  .. Allow,,..extra,., distance for passing  onoil)er 'vohlclo.a-Aftoi' passing, bo suro  you have ample clearance for trailer bo��  faro "'returning' to tho driving lane, Always   signal  woll  In  advnnco  of  each  7xnPv0."' *  ./ '.i  Remember trailer weight may Increase  tlio distance required to' stop, For each  10  mph showing -on the  spooclomotor,  allow at least ono length of your car and  'traitor tfotwoon you and the car ahead.  ��**Ypu*wlll*needl��thlfi'a'cuHhlon^o|r��spacoJou  omorgonelos and to allow fiwlor IrnfCla  \  Wednesday, 'KMober J 1,1972     .  The Peninanja Time;  .'��� ���'���.'���>'--  \\7  \Poge A-3  ��� ..>ljj;^ri;*;>;*  \  \  \��  Pajikratz announced that he will car- ^  ry his.campaign into. Bella Co��l_vPowell  River 'this week and back into Williams  Lake aiid district 6n the following week.  \  SICHiLT  CHAIN SAW  CENTRE LTD.  INDIAN ART AND CULTURE  are  interests of L&ita Lockstead,"'wife of  this riding's new MLA. This is an.  Involved now more with people  interest she shares with her husband. They have several' examples  of  Indian  art  and  hope   to  obtain  more in the future such as the pair  she  is admiring. ���News . photo  Being married to MLA won't bring  much change says Mrs. lockstead  Pankratz will keep open lines Jo his constituents        A  .CM THE campaign trail lost week, John  ' Pankratz, the Progressive Consecva-  ti\;6... candidate' for J.he Gnast-Chtlcotin  riding held meetings and attended\ coffee parties and social gatherings in Canim  Lake, Forest GroVe, 100 Mile House and  Lillooet.  He paid a flying visit to Powell River  in order tov register hi.'-, nomination for  the upcoming election.  During the week, Pankratz. stressed  many times lhat the purpose of his visi's  In u. many .parts of the very lnrgo ridip.;  ;v:. possible is io meet with and above  all listen to, as many people a:, possible.  "1 feel very strongly," he said, "That  it is terribly 'important for the member  of Parliament to. he thoroughly informed  as to the wishes and desires of his constituents. It is not sufficient to keep the  electors informed of his movements. He  must "keep himself informed" about what  is needed in the riding. Communications  between the electors and the elected are  vital in a democratic and'���truly representational government. It must be remenv*  berecl,"  he  w'enl   on.  "That communication is a two-way  street. This means that the MP must use  all the means available lo him to listen  to his constituents."  "It is time that the. people of this  riding had a spokesman in Ottawa who  truly transmits their wishes and actively  seeks for solutions to -then- problems with  the relevant government department. The  key word here," he said, "Is spokesman.  It- is only through their MP that the  majority can make its feelings and needs  known at government level. It is the job  of the MP to be this line of communication and in orderv to fulfill this function  the member must spend the.maximum  time travelling around the riding and  listening to the people."  Pankratz added that it is his intention  -to maintain constant two-way communication with the riding if elected and  to  spend   his   time  in   the  riding   with  his  constituents when not required to  be in  \(  by Joyce Carlson  LIFE with Don Lockstead, the MLA,  is  not going to be that much different  from"f'li'fe 'with" "Don Lockstead; Ideal  Cement supervisor. According to his wife  Leita, he has been doing the same things  for people unofficially for a number of  years. "One -thing I will have to learn  is how to keep him from running himself into the  ground."  Leita and Don have both always been  politically aware, "When I was a teenager at home, I wasn't allowed to do the  things girls do today. My form of rebelling was to inform my father, a CCF supporter, that I was going to be a Conservative. I would proceed to expound  the. theories and policies of that party.  As it was we were really ori the same  Side."  Leita is the eldest child of Leo and  Mearl Simard. Her father retired from  the mill not too long ago. Following his  retirement, he and his wife were sent by  the company to South Africa. They  did not complete; their time as they were  not too happy with the situation there.  When Mrs. Simard took sick they returned to Canada. Two sons, Laurence of  Kelly Creek and Allan of Courtenay complete the family.  ���Education for Leita began in the old  ���"Atestview School that burned down.. From  there she attended' Henderson school for  Grade 7. In Grade 8 she went on to  Brooks., Nanaimo's St. Anne's Academy  provided her schooling for the next two  years. She>returned to Powell River for  Grade 11.   .  pilot."  LOGGING OPERATOR  Locksteads were married September  3,-�� 1955 and moved to Texada where-Don-  had his own logging operation. They had  a house in Vananda- that they stayed at  on weekends. Living in camp Leita "practiced my honeymoon cooking on the fellows there. I must say they were very  good about it."  "I was a bit worried about moving  to Texada at first because it is a small  community where everyone knows everyone else and everything about them. Once  I had settled I found they were extremely friendly and made me very welcome." ��� tf  Locksteads have four children, Stan  aged 14, Sylvia who is 13, Gina aged  11, and Jennifer who is  15 months.  She praised her mother and father  who took over when they had to travel  during the last campaign. "They were  real  heroes.  We  couldn't  have   possibly*  a Brownie or Guide myself. Too busy  plaving baseball or hockey in the back  yard."  When Don -was first nominated-���in,-  1969, both he and Leita were unfamiliar  with the mechanics.of a political campaign. "I had "to really force myself to  knock on doors and talk to people. We  really learned a lot that time. This last  .campaign  was  fun  and  we  enjoyed  it."  They have no plans to leave' the Island. Leita will join Don as often as she  can when he is in Victoria. When he  goes to the short emergency session this  month, she will go 'with him for a few  days and return horrie before he does.  "There will be a lot of coming and  going but Don is the type who will find  time to spend with his family. He managed to umpire some ball games this  summer though he had a busy schedule.  As I said before Don has been helping .people w,ith problems with the, com-  ���nianaged' Without' their   help. - At  tiineS^   Patron  bo&wfc. welfare and other gov  ��� they   canfe  to   the  Island  and  in  other  instances the children stayed with them  in Powell River. My^ two older daughters ,  Were also a big help  looking after the  baby."   ,  Leita's mother who has given many  Powell   River  youngsters   piano   lessons  ..over the years taught her daughter to  play. She in turn teaches young music-  , ians on Texada. Trying to keep her  classes small she only takes seven or  eight at :ttie most. "As many as I can  ��� handle,between.after sqiiool and supper,"  COMMUNITY  WORKER  ernment departments. The main difference now is that he has the title as well,  rle will be continuing h^s involvement  with the   people."  of  Maharishi  Mahesh Yogi  a natural technique to unfold every aspect of life,  naturally and  .spontaneously.  INTRODUCTORY LECTURE  at  Gibsons Athletic Assn. Hall  Thursday, Oct. 12, 8 p.m.  AND  Madeira Park Legion Hall  Friday,   Oct.   13,  8  p.m.  CLEARANCE SALE  1972  MERCURYS  4 I^.P.  -  $30900  v iyz  H.P.  - $425.00  9.8  H.P.  -  $559.00  1970 20  H.P.   MERCURY  $350.00  1969  35  H.P.   MERCURY  $385.00  1972  10'  ALUMINUM  SMOKER  CRAFT  BOAT  $209.00  Sea Guide  WATER  SKIS  Reg.  $57.95 Pair  PRICED TO CLEAR  $45.50  PAIR  Now's the Time  to Winterize  Your Motor  With Us!  STORE__HOURS:  TUESDAY.THROUGH  SATURDAY  8-a..m.-to_.6-p.m.  CLOSED  MONDAYS  ,���,,.,,7'My,,.mother and, father, didn't want.,.,.,u Contributingvlto community life on  me to: feel that T had to go, They*^us^: :!^-"-'J" ,"1-'-''-- 1��� - ~,ajv.u���_. ..n <.-.,.  wanted we to get a good education. After  help  , .J.came,,Jjnpk-.I  discovered 7. Ukei"! iflie  atmosphere at the private school."  After taking Grade 12 at St..Apnea,  she finished he,r education with Grade  13 at Brooks once more, She planned to  Marts Music Shop on Marino "Avenue.  This is wh'eVo she met per futuro husband and university, plans faded^^      .������>   "Don was taking up flying at the  time, Ho"h'��<| a clunky little piano with  a ,door that wouldn't suht proporly. I  had  supremo  confidence   In  him   as   n  Texada she' has been a member df tho  recreation commission for years as woll  as . being,��� involved   with   tho   swimmii.fi  program, She has been' active wiih tho  PTA,, Brownies, .and Guides. For .three  years she served os a school aid and hos  filled in as a substitute teacher,, Sho  worKed^  "Don was very- active in Scouting and  WQsoon foUnd ,wo, were, communicating  through notes. Wo managed to synchronize our activities' when wo got involved  In too many things,"  "I don't know why but I was novo.''  WCB doGtbr iffiiis Coiurress award  A.MEDigAL,,pnpor,,,d08Cribing & partial.  <  ''hand'  prosthesis "developed,   by   n  Workmen's, Compensation poard doctor  iri Vnncauv'oi' won him n gpld medal at  tho> sixth'International Congress of Phys-  'icnl .Medicine1 hold ���recently in Barcelona,  ���   Tl^o Congress, which Is held once ovoiy  fouvybprs f��iid attracts medical doctors  >��froip<nround tho world, was attended, this��  year, by. ovor,!,000 doctors who presented  3Q0 papers,  -Dr^Wf'-l!].��*Mllbrai.dtpdlrootoivoi!����phyfll;  awarded during the five day Congress.  His paper describes a ���partial hand  prosthesis developed, by, Dr, Mllbrondt  and proHthoiisi .T, A; Pontland for patients who have lost thoh; fingers but SHU  have tlioVuse of;it' portion or'nil of tlio  thumb. It reviews a scrips of, 30 cases  fitted with the partial prosthesis.  M>niMiaiMii>iiai>p)MaMMaaiai")Mni"iMMMMHiiMM<M>ilM)j   _  oal rohnl-lUlailon al lho WCB cllnlo, wns  to pass' safely, Avoid --.high speeds ami ,thp only, British Columbia doctor toro..  sudden .stops, and nllow for unfavourable oetvp.nn award, nlthough Cnnadlan doc-  road conditions, |6rs',rocolvod;four ot (ho nl  Ori'lolif-Tor sleep down grades reduce  speed nnd uso n Iowor transmission rnngo',  to assist braking. When nsconding' long  up-hill grades, tho. possibility of engine ;.  ,dvcr-hoatln�����cnn...bQ���rcduced.���by7down-_,  whining iransmlsslon to a Iowor 'irhngo  M^' ,   ���   , ������   . i" U   '  Whon travelling in mountains or ht  .i.Rhcr olovntlons, the Increase livnltltudo ���,  deeronsos the perfprmnnco of nn onglno, '  An onglno wM ipso 'low por cont of its  sen level performance for ovory 1,000 feet ���  . of,, nltlt^dOvHThorpforp,.nn, (jn��ino opera* '  ling nt 10,000 feet of altitude will lost?  ������nppraxlmatQlyJ.Oj>eyjLcnU)fHnjm|Jovo^  performance,  Thpso  who   flvo   nt  low  altitudes uhould expect less porformnnco'  from  their Irallor-towlng, vohlolo  whon .  travelling nt higher elovntlonn,  -*-���Mn!.hrooniS"--��re-Drlli��b-~Columbla"8.  .floeond^hlghest^vofiolnblo^crop^li^dollnr,  value; Only potatoes surpass tho mushroom,  nlno'Kold'rocdnls"  m  I n-'U,for,gaffer ",";?  Docks, Boathouses  ���    Styrbfonm BP Brand  Buoyancy Billets  _,iii.i���..i u,����� H    i    i ,.,.���,=i  It tokos only  1   cwblo  foot of  Styrofoam BB Brand plastic foam  to float 55 lbs,  J,i.,.-_li_,J,.'j      I, _���    ,imV' gsss^  ���,.':���?.; ' Block ^0'^20"^il0ii^'~*:,  |ar**ij"a.n ,i yt. _p27a00 at  ,,,.,,��,....,.,,..,.  MADEIRA MARINA  ;T^nt'**PHpinor 883-2266*  mm   " '"':'*--'^'"'"js^^||||0-r'���-'-"r-''' ' ������  Thursday, pet. 1Z, 1972  885-9305  ���i   REOISnrER AT THE    '  ^... _, _ t ...,.-_���...,._,..._.._. ���,^ ttfrptetfipi^tey,*^^^ (rt��V^#lS��J^����ll��a^��|nR*  urn  mmmmmmwm��4��*mm*9**t4*imnKm/9*��<9  ,      If takon on cone.  i?  a_a'M:__i_>���':'"   _���'" ' '���' ______'    '"     ,,,,,,.     ���������  ... i . i  n.^,.. .,,,���.,  la'i^i'''<'>���_���  w i�� si -_P_r u cti cn i  ���H^         VM^            P^^       ^P^       a^^^    P"^|                               P^a___^                         m^^              ^���^P,^^^         ^^^W      i)^*^   1 ^^^        ^WP     ^"  "^a^^    ^^^  .    _    .       ., M , .1'   t ,)'    I .    ,,  I, ,,' ������.. i .    l      . * '  COH.I> WATER PYES  FOR BATIK, 7  TYE PYE  TOP LABEL  ^ SIMYDERS EVERGREEN NEOPRENE  '���jir, MINER WE'bPR|'ENE:'.. ',',,  ^ HELLY HANSEN OF ^ORWAY  ^ PIOMEER JUyLiEJ(vi RAINWEAR  4r PEMAC? HIGH OUAMTY P.Vic, WATERPROOF  ^ *       _9_ t- r��_n fliiHiWn *  GARMENTS  **t***mmmlmtM��i**4*imHim^  & SOU'WESTERS  iJlWmttmnmimitTmUI'l r���'--     ' 7 .���m����..��.^la_,^-^.'i-^^MaaalaailaUlaiaw^^ ���\  Pqge A.4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, October 1T , 1972    REAl.estate (Cent.) REAL ESTATE (Cont.)      "    HELP WANTED  *m*��v*v9m*n9mivn*m*mm0wmt*mm9mM>M***9*tma9v%ivv*m*m**Mnmamm**v*9'*��*'*i4&      ' ,   ,,  \ '���  ���        -, : ������>���  W\\  -\.  *^*!9inmml,tm9mmmm*94t4mmt94mm��i9i**44��*9mi*ma*fminm9***99m9mm49mmm0mm  ���,    w' "-_- Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  IHE TENINSULA /ffrtefr.    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  Classified  AD-BRIEFS  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  IN MEMORIAM  Member, Audit tiureaa  of Circulations  March 31, 1972  Gross Circulation13275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  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Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  IN   memory   of   Martin   Warnock.  In   loving  memory of  my dear husband Martin, who  passed away Octob_er 11. 1968.  I   have   only   your    memory,  dear husband,- ���    "  To   remember   my   whole   life  through,  "BHT7 the~sw<3BtTrcss "will -linger-  forever,  As   I   treasure   the   image   of  you.  Ever remembered  by his  loving  wife Martha,  and  family.  663-46  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8nJ0   p.m.,   Thursdays,  Wilsc^Creek  Community  HallyPh.   885-9327.  8657-tfn  :inish High School at Home  Canada's  Leading  School  FREE BROCHURE  National  College  444 Robson, Vancouver  688-4913  BEGINNERS     Square     dance  lessons. For information call  Jack or Pat Whitaker at 885-  2438. 569-tfn  BAHAT Faith, informal chats.  885-9568,  88&-2078.       168-tfn  COMMUNITY Care Centre.  Home nursing care and assistance for seniors, shut-ins,  convalescents, new mothers  and babies. Transportation  a'��o provided for clinic appointments or therapy treatments. Phone 885-9534.    637-48  REAL ESTATE  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C.  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, sotme view, trails,  secluded. 'Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  WATERFRONT ��� 5 bedroom  home, A.O. Good view. By.  owner, Sechelt area. Cash to  mortgage. Write P.O. Box 565,  Sechelt, B.C.       , 570-lfn  RELIABLE private, party, RC-  ... AF vet, seeking to purchase  a building lot,~'.y_ acre minimum \ for a retirement home  now or within two"- years.  Principals only. Either waterfront or unobstructed ocean  view preferrecl7~7Tf replying"  kindly give directions, location,   dimensions,   price,   terms  14  ACRES,   private.   Langdale  area.   R2   zoning.   Southern  exposure,  treed.  Eh7 886-286N.,  619-47  Tki  or cash, service available, convenient time to view property or any other .description.  Replies will be answered. Box  636, Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt, B.C. 636-48  FOR SALE���2 beHroom "home  half basement, wall to wall  carpet, living and dining-^rea.-  Fireplace. Two lots, beautiful- -  ly   landscaped,    green    house.  Phone 885-2357. 607-47  WANTED to buy. 5 to 10 acres  unimproved land in Sechelt  area. Send details and cash  price '-to Box 640, Peninsu'ia  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  7 640-46  -PENDER-Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water rriakirig it  ideal for a year ^ound wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 or  write box 708, Gibsons.  8202-tfn  FOR RENT  COMING EVENTS  ANAVETS    General    Meeting  (active    members)    Roberts  Creek Community Hall, October >]],��� 8:00 p.m, sluti:p,-AliMG  TETKA1 IEDRON~SIU~(. 1 ub animal  meeling  Od,   11,  8:00  ji.m.,   Gib.sonV.   Aihlcfic   Hull,  Everybody   welcome.      45(5-40  1BIRTHS  -      GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .  ,  , arc pleased to sponsor thii  Birth   Announcement ipacd'   and  extend* Post Wishes to the happy  parcnti.  DUHTN1CK:   Wnltft-nndlrono  uro   dolltfhtod   to   announce)  "  '' tha birth of a daughter, Mary  ������������  Nicole; {) lbn��� % o/��� on October  2, 1072 nt Lions G,nto llos.plti.1,  A  ��l��lor  I'or Julliin.      ("50-4(1  7!7777M i77'u i Kl7.:i^(C77 Ji) ivn lq :;7Bvu" n o tt,  ol'   Robert..   Crock   wlnlii  lo  ���      ���.w.n.ui.H.o   iho -birth   of   their  Mon ,Klni   Kudo,  7  II.h,,   .  ��/���  #���'1(1  W A V NI. "7i in I I Urn I hor Bi;ii<>-  ��� k..|.). iho.pw.tiil. lu luinouncu.  llic birth ul' n nun, . Darren  W  GIBSONS VILLAGE: A very  centrally located block of  property, overlooking Gibsons  harbour. Ideally situated for  apartment block or other commercial use. Access from two  streets. Sewer line laid, and  will be operative ..hotjly. This  is an excellent commercial  property in a strategic and  developing area. F&ll particulars on request.  GIBSONS RURAL: Fully  modern TWO bedroom home  on a very large level lot. Nice  fireplace and Rumpus Room.  Quiet rural surroundings. F.P.  $26,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 600 ft. of road frontage. Two & Three quarter  acres of level land, well treed.  Very .suitable for' subdivision  or u recreational home, Close  lo waterfront, .store, Post Office and Golf Course,F,P, only  $13,500. Offers and Terms,  GIBSONS   BUSINESS   PROPERTY:   <l   lots  22fi'   x   110'  _    with  buildings  -  don't  over-  -��� look,thiH.1oiiu.,-���nmlto��,un,.oiXerJ���,  ROBERTS    CREEK:    1    acre  ,;wlth  2. bay   garage  and   2  bedroom   homo   -  rcdufaod  to  noil. . ,  HOPKINS LDG, LANGpALK:  Ovor 10 ft, prime waterfront, Extra largo secluded  lot with lovely Handy beach,  Very attractive 3 bedroom  homo with H-W hoat, ���$49,500.  Sparkling new 4 room basement home, convenient to  schools and shopping. W-W  carpet in mod. living-dining  room, bright cab. kitchen, 4  piece vanity bath. The full  above ground basement could  be finished as an in-law suite.  Plumbing roughed in for second balh and utility. A-Oii  heat, adjoining carport. Full  price only $24,750.  Large commercial lot in prime  location,   80  x  227',  road   2  sides,  $18,000. ���-��� - -  A home for the whole family  to enjoy! 4 bdrm. Post &  Beam beauty. From the front  entrance foyer you step into a  charming living-dining room  with ceiling to floor view windows and granite ' fireplace  across one end, the family  room at the. other end doubles  as a breakfast room readily  accessible from the galley type  kitchen. Large utility room,  doubled plumbed. Attached  garage is reached by blacktop  drive. Private rear court yard  for the summer Bar-B-Q parties, after a quick swim at the  nearby beach. Small but prolific kitchen garden, fruit  trees all go to make this the  outstanding buy of the year  and the low price and easy  terms will surprise you.  Nearly one acre nicely situated   on   North  Road,   $6,000.  Illness forces sale of this charming view home centrally  located. 2 lovely bedrooms,  room has Roman Tile fireplace, adjoining dining room  features built-in china cabinet  and linen storage. Full bsmt.  has completed rec. room, furnace room, cold room, utility  and washroom. Matching garage with storage under. Lot  fenced and nicely landscaped.  Attractive terms on $29,500.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.v   Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WINTER    accommodation  available,   Oct.   1st   thru   May  1st.     Lowe's     Madeira     Park  Motel.  Ph.  883-2456.      529-tfn  SPECIAL monthly rates until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby     Lake     Motel,     R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269.  566-tfn  LARGE 4 BEDROOM  HOME-  Secluded, Waterfront.  Madeira  Park area.  Phone Van.   682-4704.  9227-47  MODERN 2 -bedroom, Redroofs. W-W carpet, fireplace,  fridge, range, washer. Immediate possession to June 30. References.  Ph. 885-2881.    644-48  30  FT.   furnished   trailer  connected     to  services   at   Big  Maple Motel. Ph. 885-9513.  646-46  3 BEDROOM, fully furnished  home on waterfront, Redroofs. $1500. per year or $125  per month except July and  August. Tel, 596-5776 or write  L. Greenall, 14144 Trites Rd.,  Surrey. 647-48  1    BEDROOM    cottage    West  Sechelt.    Single   or    couple.  $100 a month. Ph. 526-7125.  WANTED TO RENT  EDITOR wants, three or four  bedroom unfurnished home.  Will consider option to purchase. Three well-behaved  children and one well-mannered dog included. Call Richard Proctor c/o Peninsula  Times, 885-9654. 617-tfn  CHAMBERMAIDS and waitresses wanted full dr part  time. Live in or out. Call the  Jolly  Roger  Inn 885-9998   N 179-tfn  __ ^ .   Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  loggers Reeking  .  employment  Steel Spar Operator  Grade Shovel Operator  Class A Mechanic  Landing Man  Rigging Slinger  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110", Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia   or  phone   885-2435,   after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw. 9232-45  SCHOOL,   bus    driver,    must  have class 2 licence, steady.  Phone 885-2217. 642-46.  MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE home, 8'x35\ this  neat compact home in good  condition. CSA approved.  Newly painted, complete with  stove, fridge and other furniture. FP $2,700. Phone 885-  9369 eves. 603-tfn  7 ISLES  Mobile^ Home  Park.  Large waterfront  view  spaces available.  Phone  883-2477.  Pender Harbour. 604-48  ���  .s '  TRAILER space available,  all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,   West  Sechelt-   Ph.   885-  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  ..���.,..     9241-46  WANTED  T   CHARLES ENGLISH LTD-   REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  -ft!��feis-,.af.��ifc#��M'.1_..Wi.  I Gibsons. B.C.  886-2481  Member  ' Vancouver Roat7^Kt��7BoRVcl77  '7 PHONE ftw-2240  Notary Public .,  LISTINGS WANTiSP '"'*  VlnceProwor        886-935?  Wally Pqtdrsori8'86"2877  Wm,vij.\ 7 Mm, 15 |i/��� Wopiom- -Ron'McSavanoy   884-9656  LOOKING FOR PRIVACY���2 bdrm'.","completely remodelled home nestled on five acres. Fireplace (barbecue, sundeck, wall to wall carpets, Many other  extras, FP, $27,500, $8000 down. Balance at 8%.  $13,000 full price for a new 2 bedroom home near  Sechelt.  ..iKiiHHon,  ..fMJ-'H)  OMMtl  JOHN BEN LID.  Roal Estat a 8. Insurance %,  rT���- Pander - Harbour-���"l_omon. - ~Earl's��Covo ���..���_.  SMALL ACFU-AGE^Ncnl- 7 yoar old 2 bedroom homo,  Wllh full basemen!, auto, all furnace, w/w living  room; slano flipp'lc^o, l:,P, !).2I(QQ0; lorma available.  " WATI.RFRONT 'ACRnAGE--6V^qcrd8.wltlr <125' of  ������"-boach;  700' oo highway,  Ideal for Marina,.... Hotcjl-i  , Motol or what have you, Or, Idea) for condominium  ���. fon4~ar5-famllla5rFP~$^;?00f:-��������-  COMMERCIAL--Solid;: building on 50'x265'- lot; on  Highway 101.  Excellent commercial silo for small  '       ���business;' F.P. $12,000.  i        'i  ��� YIEW-^2 bedroom modern homo, Flroplaco carport,..  sundocK, onsullti, guest houso, F,P, $23,000,  ��� CHASTER ROAD,"Largo lot 63x264, partly, cleared  for development of trailer or? Good holding proporty.  ������MWWW'ia*^"!^^  rr__._^_mvr_m ,,���,,l���,.lt���,l��� ���  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  v       '  /SELL   . i   ���,   x '   -  NEWSLETTER^.  Britains oldest established  newsletter requires agents. ���-  Payment by good commission'  on sales Qf newslettersubscrijX-  tions etc. Write BoSc 9229 c/o  \ Peninsula Tim\_s, P.O. 310,  Sechelt, B.C. 9229-50  - ���       v ��������� ; ; .���  BOATS & ENGINES  14  FT.   Vs  cabin  bozh.  6  ft. b  in.   beam.   40   H.P.   Johnson  outboard.   Phone   885-2100.  649-46  16 FOOT Clinker with 5 H.P.  '    B&S.  Ph.  888-2763.      656-46 .  24   FT.   CABIN   cruiser,   gray  marir-e,   $1295715   ft.   outboard boat, 7 h.p. B&S engine,  near  new,  $100.  Ph. ��83-2387.  . V   . 661-46  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good . Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  Box  374  -   886-7424  8173-tfn  Gibsons,   B.C  2375.  665-51  CARS 8. TRUCKS  1968.    COUGAR     XR7     stick  shift, $2400. Phone 886-7508.  458-46  1963    CHEV    4    door    sedan,  power   steering,   runs   good,  $250. Ph. 886-7316. 655-46  2 DRAWER  used  filing  cabinet,   used   desk,   perferably  antique, .ph. 886-7316.     653-46  ACREAGE���Approx. 7 acres on Highway 101; with  500' of frontage, FP $15,000,  ~SEMWATERFRONrLCT^NIcaiy-'trecdr��]oodHoca-1-  llfihrwotGr'rand-powQnavaHable^Only-lOO-pacou-  I rom boach. FP $7000 with 'Yk down,  Commercial lot hwy. 101, close to shopping  center, S5'xl30', al I sorvlcos. F.P. $9400.  WATERFRONT,   Gower7,Polnt   100x217.   $ j 1,500,  WATERFRONT, GebrfllQ View,'Contemporary 3 bdrm.'  , homo with outstanding features, w/w fireplace, Two ,  -lovols, court yard,ontranco,.landscaped,..gasy,terms of  .     .        $15,000 down on $48,500 h P.  ., .  GOU") MEDAL,HOME In Gibsons near Sunnycrosl.  Note those'f(?ati-.ro3! Living room'wllh F,P, Big family  ��  room, Dining room,'Four bedrooma, Two���Ixilhroomu,  i Unf|n. roc, room, And mud) moro, Built 197.l/ovqiy*,....  ��� thing oi bust quality, ,F,P, $37,400, pay cosh to NHA  mortgage value about$ 17,000. Jhlsj Is tho place for  m ^...^������yotli"ohd*yowr^f omMy!--���-------.-^^-^������r���*  n i* i'  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA'��� Good business pro  position with winter income, Owner requires change,  JuM $60,000 FP; offors on.down payment/  1 NEED LISTINGS     .'       '.���',' .,  ���       CalUohn Breon at 1883-2794. (24 .hours)  ��iinwi||iWM��nW  , 1 year old 3 bedroom Jipmepn Iqrgejoi, W/,W carpels  and c^ood slzod utility,  Blacktop driveway close'lo  Gibsons, FiP, $22,900/ $8000 down. Try your offors  ,*'*B^*#?**?gff^*1**ww**g*^fty_TCcr3 H��M����^*'������%'*����a��*w^^  I   *<HHl*ft��.H��7*.. Blfr��W��.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL, Neat llttloT^usT^^TwjT  room ori gobd slzecj loyoly view lot In Glbsohs, F.P.  7 '       ,* ;'$ 15,750, ���       ��� ���  ���   listTngs^wanted  K7A. Crosby 886-2098 * J.- E, Whltp 886-2935 /  "J. Vlssor 885-2300 7-MikolPlanay '886-7436  mmmummmtm  Member of the Multiple Listing  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  Service  E:  Office  885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  SECHELT BUSINESS PROPERTY No. 2650  Own your own business and invest in waterfront property at the  same time. I<deal family cafe operation plus 2 bedroom living  quarters. Seats 32 in cafe plus additional 30 seat dining room.  Recently remodelled, takes advantage of spectacular ocean view.  Requires a minimum down payment of only $25,000. Full facilities are available to qualified operator. CALL: PETER SMITH OR  BOB KENT Office 885-2235. .    _____  SECHELT���HACKETT STREET No. 2593  Excellent level  cleared   lot  in  area of  good  homes.   Near  stores  dnd   school.   $5,750   on   terms  or $5,250   cash.   CALL:   C.   R.  GATHERCOLE  886-2785 eves.  PENDER HARBOUR, No. 2669  Choice of 18 lots on Narrows Road close to good fishing and  sheltered moorage. Make your early selection for view or scmi-  waterfront. Full details and prospectus in our office. Prices range  from $4950 to $6000 with 30% down and 9% interest. CALL:  DON HADDEN 885-9504 or PETER SMITH  885-9463.  NEAR SECHELT No. 261)  9 bedrooms���starter for interested party to supply the need for  a "halfway" house for children or other social rehabilitation home  for the B.C, Government, This well built home can be purchased  for as low asx&S-OOO.OO down. Over an acre is included in the  FULL PRICE OK $38,000. CALL BOB KENT 885-2235 FOR AN  APPOINTMENT TO VIEW���OR ANY OTHER SALESMAN  885-2235.  to  SELMA PARK * No. 2679  Buy this: 703 sq ft. one bedroom homo, on large lot. Only $2,000  'down," pdy balance at $120.00 per month at 9M>%. Good building  on freehold lot, full price only $14,750.00. Also 2 lots remaining,  near level, good dralnago, only $1,00*0 down, Try your cash offers,  P_rr^Rl'5MITH'������,885'.94���63"ovos������to'6fflco���'���885i2235.��������^���^.<!r:r-.:'*:..  GIBSONS .-,,        , ���  No, 2698  WltJo," beautifully Ircecl property wiih comfortable, family homo In...  centra  of  Village,  Good access,  good  vlow,  ancl  good  buy  at  $18,000 easy torms, CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681 avos,  GOWER POINT WATERFRONT ���     No, 2596  ���������4-bodroom colonlal.,stylo.,qua||ty:���built,.homQ,jrpSto.(.4lly��dos|onoclm,  for comfort and canvonlonco You must vlow this homo to appro- "  clalo tho caro and atlontlon that has boon fjlvcn both intor|or an^l  oxtorlor to mako thlsia homo andnpt, Just, a housQ.SIIuqtod. on  a qulot street with unexcelled vlow of soq, Islands ancl mountains,  Wall lahdscgpod grounds, easily maintained, Garaao with work  aroa, $49,000 full prlco torms negotiable, CALL: JACK WARN  886-2681 ovos or C. R, GATHERCOLE 886-2785 ovos,  SELMA PARK , "������������  ���' ��� No, 2656  . i Ono' of'tho finest view Jots l^loh up |n SolmQ Park.b0-3 �� OQvy.,2,  boclroom mobilo homo all ready for occupancy, It has boon approved by CSA, tha Building Inspoctor and tha Bank,  Lo^slzo  . 16,540 _ci. fi. Full.prlco $17,900. To vlow CALL DON HADDEN  ���     ���. 885-9504,   ' ���     ', 7      , ' '���  SECHELT VILLAGE No, 2546  LOOK INVESTORS! Approx. 15% not (aftor property laxo_, walor  . and,Insurance Qro.pQkl) ro|urn Ph, $6000 capital Invoatmonl, por  yc-qr/plils tho notUral Increment'of properly voluol Older type 3  bedroom homo itltuatpd on prime residential lot within a block ol  til^rot. and uchool. The full prlco l�� only $10,900 wllh low, low   mphthly payments of only $50,W per annum,'or try your-close-  cash offors. CALL BOB'KENT 885-9461 oven or office 885-2235  for an nppolntnmnl OR ANY OTHER SALESMAN 885-2235,  DAVIS BAY ^^^^j^.  2 walorfrdnl..1lot&,8|clo,by, tilcla, western.,exposure, n|co|y wooded,  Owner pulling In drlvoway from nlahway,' 140 fool sea7fr6nfaQa7"  Bonks can obsIbi  flnanclno on full prlco of  $28,000 for both,   ,  DON HADDEN 883-9504,or PETER SMITH 005-2235 ovo��,  , , 1 1, l a. |' I   "'a ���'  GIBSONS RURAL " No, 2521  Willi a couple af,acres of cultivated land In nod and six acrps of  oldor bottom lo iJiaw oh. Walor, hyilry and pavod iun<|. Ron'lol  ���or.awnor. collage Jor ,420,000 guod loiinu, CALLi JACK WARN  006-260 Ur ' *   .��� ���..*.-  BAVl'fi BAY "'     ������-'"./'��� '":"'     '  " " No, '2644 "  i, Finance- youi; o\vn rotlromoiit with this duplex, ���on excellent view  lot'JuM'q block fmm Iho beach pt Davis Uav, I'och bmII��| lias'2  bodiaonm and 910, sq. It, full price $:in(000; fur dalalls and  ,, appointment CALL,DON IIAUI^N 00B-VB04.  J RUBY LAKIIWATKRFRONt'I T, 'l     "..   .'    No, MM '  103 fool un.polled lake front, clear wjilom, 'safe bonllnp, ami  swimming, Excellent.for children, Compare lhls price wllli other  ^m.T'tmmCTtim ft flnKl*nr*tl7000-all-n>a8onablo-of f era-con'  fildorod, CAlJ.1 PETER SMITH 005-946.3 evon or office 005.2235,  ASK FOR FREH CATALOGUE OF REAI, ESTATE ���������������  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155, Secholt   ",'.",, fyond 885-2235  Or Call Toll Freo from tho Greater Vancouver Arep-  ....'.!'    --     ZEnith 2012 . .       7  '  (E.&O.E,)    ' '  \,Jk&__*i!_mjtlB;  HOME AND LOT-  ��_.  $11,500  3 BR homp on large view lot overlooking Lee Bay. Close to Marina and ��ovt'xwharf. $11,500.  \  IRVINE'S LANDING  2-BR   partially   furnished   older   home, on   large   view   lot^cver-  looking Lee Boy. Close to Marina and Govt, wharf. $13,500  MIDDLE POINT  Approx. 1,462 sq. ft. furnished 2 BR ranch style home with basement and double carport. Double plumbing, hot^water heating,  finished in natural wood panelling. This is a quality home. Plus 2  smaller   cottages   and   a   shop   building.   On   approx.    12   acres.  $40,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Older 2 BR partially furnished home with basement. Oil furnace.  Close   to   stores,   school,    marinas   and   Gov't   wharf.    $21,500.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  Semi-fumished,   water   and   hydro.   119'   waterfront   and- float.  $19,000.  LARGE ACREAGE  .  1. Mixal Lake���157 acres with timber���550' 'waterfront���  $50,000.  2. Dark Cove, ���Jervis Inlet���Approx. 1 mile waterfront���184  acres���3 good buildings���$1 50,000.  3.-Secret Cove aiea���160 acres���roads and trails throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  4. Earl Cove���approx. 51 acres���excellent marina site with  approx. 850' waterfront���1,300' frontage ��n Hwy. 101 ���  $75,000.  5.' Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1,800' waterfront  ���$85,000..  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near new 2 BR home on approx.  % acre level lot. Has electric,  heating, fireplace, storage and carport. $21,000.  WARNOCK  ROAD  Level    lot,    79'x200'.    Excellent   mobile    home    site.    $6,200.  MARY ISLAND  Beautiful 4.8 acre Mary Island, just outside Madeira Park Govt.  wharf. Over 1,500 ft. sheltered waterfront, water, telephone and  electricity.   Large,   comfortable   log   home   with   electric   heating,  small guest house,  float.   $125,000.  KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY  101  Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses,  roads throughout property. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several   lots available.  VIEW LOTS ���GARDEN  BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking Pender Harbour". Priced from  $5,000  to  $6,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  250' lease lot   $8,000      75' ..$16,500  Ruby Lake, 105' $13,500      y_   Fisher Island   $1.6,500  90' $18,500     88' $18,500  54' b,each front, with   14' trailer   $18,000  211' ��� 2 acres, partially landscaped ._  $50,000  MADEIRA PARK  Spacious 4 BR ranch style home, built 1970. Electric heat, fireplace, coppertono range and frig included, excellent viow. Plus���  ful|y 'insulated' shop building which would'convert to a nice  rental   home,   Closo   to  school,   stores   and   marinas,   $37,500,  EAftL" COVE  Unfinished summer collaga with sundeck, on nice view lot, Cloap   -���... 7-, ,.,..,to pgblicbcach, area,. $8,200. ���,,,., ..,.������,,,,       SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT  1, Sakinaw Lake���13,8 acres���approx. 350' cholco waterfront���  $42,500, '  '"�����~��~z^''*-t^~��*~^^  I. Oyster Bay���nearly 10 acros In Pondor Harbour���approx, 550  waiorfront���oldor house���fruit troos���$45,000.  3. Erjmbnt-^-'ovor 7 acres���appro*. 560" watorfronta^-oxcollont  silo for mobilo homo park���'.paved Maplo Rd, runs through  proporty-���$50,000, !  LOT AT MADEIRA PARK  1Q0'xl72' lot-^fow hundred feet.to stores, school, marinas, ,and 7    .",....,  '"Govt, whtirf.,$5',ooo, $ *:'������<*,' * ' vv -.��� <  ������"���   :-;, ���    ,', .,...-.���_,.',:..._ I'm '������������������'.'!������������ ))���<   ^  \':.-' ������ ,,;  BARGAIN HARBOUR  .4 DR somMurnlshod o(dar homo on, approx, 54 ft, low waterfront  '   ��� Iol.'$29,000,  I       MADEIRA PARK  2 li|< liof^o on al tractive landscaped lot Wlh fiult tioos, A faw  hundred ll, \a school, siorbs and marina, WoMicr, dryer; Vanao  and frldpa Included In prlco of $32,000,  - ��� �� ,,, EARL COVE  ' .,4,.,, ,  A fow Iota mill available on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  $4,900,  mmmmrmmfnmmmmmmmmmmimimimm^' Mm (��� ,i,lii r [��� n     ��� , 'i r' -  ,mmmmmmtmmmttllwmtmmmmmadm_m_  MADEIRA PARK  >-'lChblca*''vlQW','lotr'on'v72'''lot'-Bubdlvlaloii:*rPrlcQB'-'froiiil^$3i700''io '  ' J.9,000, Sapio cleqrqdjoady fa." bulldlna.  '"    ,' "' GARDEN BAY   '  Aitractlvo  3   BR  homo���qpiKox','   100'  from  walorfranlr-dhlo,  plumWno, llioploco, sundeck, I'lno vlaw of Harl.��ur, llocuitlfully  ,  ' _     ' londr-capcd'lease���lotr.ta^OOO, ,  BROOKS.,c"6^I~^^  H RR  Pannhode'lioino���lull halltmom, sundocl., Slovo,  fildao,  .furniture, dlsh% haddlnr) etc, all Included, Apntox, |9Q .fivwaf->  eifiuiii,  |inmo.j|a(o |.qb��o.&|ui., $29,000,  ,    7 ���S/^AW*LA(^ '  Deluxe 4 111. home In a Ixirniliftil i.o|tlnii"-'iuiii \(._ fi, |CiKo fronlritio,  ��,3 acros, mad nccow from Hwy,1 101, Hoat, hyitio. $60,000,  Madeira  Pork���Gonlly filoplno, ,/ilcoly^trood lot,  $6,500 cash  A EG^ONFibTS      '   Waiorfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000,      "  TWoFiyontor7?l��i^^  llilliiiiii  REALTY LTD,  '   Madeira' Park, D,C,  Phono Pondar Harbour 883-2233  \  .,.-������..���;.  l��^t��*  ���~��x~  l��lM(<W����ftif>Vn^Mi3l4<tll>if<4  "MT w  \  vj2p@.���'  \  m  I  AUTOS & TRUCKS (conrj    AUTOS & TRJUCKS (Conf.)    PET$  \]JJ/1   VW   Sup-er  Beetle   under  -   warranty   lf.,000   miles,   im-  \- maculate   cond.   $1900.00   Ph  888-2166.        \ 923-46  1956  GM'C_27000  GVW duni-  '    with   W ft.   flat   deck.   Fi^s  truck. New motor ready to be,  ;   installed.   Lumber   chain   ancr  \   cinches   for   lumber   and   lo^  hauling.     Also     John 7Deere  track-  .tractor  with   winch  and  adjustable  blade:   Heavy  dut  farm   trailer.   Best   offer   Tkp-  piy   CaMa,   W_   miles av??s,   of  Wakefield. >^6:JK-4C  FOR  SALE  (Continued)  LEGAL   NOT!C��S  kont'd)      LEGAL  NOTICES  (cont'd)  1964   FAlX-ON    sedan,   (i. >cyl.  std. original paint,Bverv economical,   nicely   kept   throughout. $4507 Ph. 886-7853.   457-46   , _-_ : v___ __.  1970   LeMANS   Pontiac   automatic,    one    owner,    power  bra4.es,  power "Steering,  radio,  25.500   miif^.^Jill' covered   by  warranty*    Perfect    condition.  Sea view Market,  ,   886-2467.  657-46  _X i-  ��ESTATES LTD  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR  CHOICE  WATERFRONT,   VIEW   LOTS  OR  ACREAGE���CALL    LEN     &    SUZANNE    VAN  EGMOND���Local 885-2241 or Direct from  Vancouver MU5-5544.  ���" ^ HEART OF SECHELT  3 or 4 bdrm. home situated on a large .corner lot. Fireplace. W/W.  Walking distance to shopping centre, school, beach, etc. Occupancy Oct.   1st.  Asking  onjy  $24,900.00.  Call  SUZANNE  OR   LEN  VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.  WATERFRONT ��� WEST SECHELT  Nicely, treed   lot  overlooking  Trail   Islands.   Good   beach.   Asking  only $12,500,00. Phone LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days  885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.  4707 OF WATERFRONT  Approx.  3  acres in  Secret Cove.  Protected  moorage.  Good  roads  to   property.   Watpr.    Ideal   for   small   marina   or   private   group.  Asking,only $52,000.00. Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND  Days 885-224,1 or 885-9683 Eves.  TRAILER LOT WITH VIEW  This kind of  lot  is hard  to  find.  Close  to beach,   fully serviced.  Call   LEN   OR   SUZANNE   VAN   EGMOND   885-2241    or   Eves.  885-9683.  VIEW LOT 90x300  Over % acre lot with view in village of Sechelt. Across the street  from  access  to nice  beach.   Driveway  in.   Nicely  treed   for  your  priyacy. Asking only $6,500,00. Call LEN OR SUZANNE.VAN  EGMOND days 885-2241 Eves. 885-9683.  FISHING ��� BOATING ��� SWIMMING  Waterfront lot in Porpoise Bay. Protected moorage. Boat launching  ramp.. Sandy beach, great view.  Fully serviced  $11,500.00.  Call  us   now   LEN   OR   SUZANNE   VAN   EGMOND   Days   885-2241,  Eves. 885-9683.  READY TO BUILD  Build your home in a nice residential area, with the most outstanding view. Only two block's to a fantastic beach. Close to  a school. Fully serviced for only $6,700.00. Large lot 100'xl50'.  Coll LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241 or Eves.  885-9683.  V REDROOFFS ROAD  Large lot 8O'x550'. View, across the street from access to be"ach.  Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241  or Eves.  885-9683.  ,    135' OF WATERFRONT���HALFMOON BAY  <<  Charming 2 bdrm. home. Fantastic view. Protected moorage,  Nice kitchen. Built-in stove. W/W carpet. Fireplace, den. Asking  only    $34,900.00.   To   view   call    LEN'  OR   SUZANNE    VAN  EGMOND. Days 885-2241. Eves. 885-9683. >   , _ ,���:      '    ��  BEACH LOT  Only one lot of its kind.  Flat to the water. Southern exposure.  Arbutus trees,  fully serviced. Call  now before  it  is gone,  Only  $14,900.00. LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND| Days-885-2241.  Eves. 885-9683.  ������'    SELMA PARK VIEW LOTS^-$5,000.00  Get your lot now as an Investment or build on, Only a few left.  Ca||.tocjay LEN OR SUZANNEVAN EGMOND 885-2241 or Eves,  885-9683,  DAVIS-^VIEW  Closo to beach ancl store,' (Full  basement, auto,  oil heat,  laroo  sundeck, lifetime vinyl siding, eloc. stove ancl fridge inc. W/W"  carpet In .21.7 livlnq room,- Garclen..lot,,vF,P.,,$24,?00, .CalkStan  or Jack Anderson, days 885-2241, eves, 885-2385 or 885-2053.  70'.WATERFRONT LOT  Troocl, several good building, sites, Wafer and powor. Close to  ^-Sochelt'^F.-Pf^$15,750,^ GQll^Jack"-or'''-Stnn'"*'Andersor.p'rloys*  885-2241, Eves, 885-2385 or 885-2053.   '"WATERFRONT HALFMOON BAY  "  1  aero landscaped rjroitnds,  large oldor woll maintained'hour.o.  Wc.torfrc.nt' Is flat ancl level, Small float, boat shod ancl 2 car  oarage,   F.P,   $42,500.00.   Call   Stan  or  Jock   Anclorson ' clays  885-2241, ovos, 885-2385 or 885-2053.  *        .���;���<   GOLF COURSE LOCATIONv  10,59 Acron on tho Sunshine Coast Highway, Directly across from  3D firoon, Treed, Southern slopo. Wator avgllaMo from year round  'Stream,   F,P,- $29,500,00,   Call "JacK' or  Stan 'Anderson  clays  '��     " B85i224i; ovos, 885-2053 opB85-23B5.'''    ���  VIEW ��� SELMA PARK  . Largo woll situated lot, Excellent view, 2, blocKn \o, boach 8< storq,  Cleared and sorvlcod.' Full Prlco $7,000.00, Call Jack or Stan  Anderson, Days 885-22.41, Eves.. 8BBf23a5 or 885-2053,   ��� -��� ��� - .ROBERTS-CREEK"���- ��� ; : ' ���   Your cholco of 3 Mr on a ppvocl road, All services available, Uotti  .  aro cloarod.with a fow fruit troos, Good building nllei on ctll  ���     Evan,'885-2053 or 885-2305.^  IsAN^  Have y|our own float In front of your faummol- coWri. Easy accm.  oii M frtlly (iorvlcori 70'>j"?00' lotrNql .irally-' lanc^scnpodj- r,P.  $15750, Torn,!., Call Stan or Jack Andornni. Dnyn 885.2241,  (���yon, 885-2053 or 885-2383,^  I25'M20' view proporly. Trood, P.P. $8,950.00, Call Jack or  Slan Andorson days. 885-2241 or evoti/BfiMOfl,". or1 ^BS-2385.  79,7 ACRES  RF.|D ROAD South Slopq, Trpocl wllh nomo clonrlna. Small cabin.  Well on property, Ga��a|loci Roadn on 3 fldffi, F,P. $35,000.00,  Coll Jock or'Sitan Anderson daya 885-2241 or o... 885-2305  or 005-2053.  Sjta  .,,...        UNFINISHED HOME  Wiring h In,' Concroto (oundallon, Cedar sldlna   Irfont le ms.  F.P.1 $15,000,00, Call Slan, or. Jack AnMPrwn IJays 685-2241 or  Evos, 885-2053 or 885-2385^ '     .  ���v_��-��.��w_..w_,��_.*���-.,,��^4(,����^.m,���WES J w j Lv_, Iri ULJi.��w^�����,������..���.,^., ,^mmyy-'* _,_��  ^Ml^  ��� >.l0 no'od beach,' Some treo?/ .mo, y cleared, ^client .flll, t ,r.  $4,950,00, Call Ston or-Jack Andernon Pays 885-2241 or Cvoi,  805-2385 or 885-2053,  'SARGEANT BAY   . ,.  tt aero lot, nicely tread, aood occoh. QUlot o^v^fflo'oo SS  for nummf ffltjw or iroW-g��� Jgf.. ^ffl^f���  Stan  or   Jack  Anderson   days   ����.)���/���<'��� i,   ��*"���.  .   . �� 885-2053, i  FEMALE lay poodles puppies,  harks   ancl   1   silver,   beige,"  Phone   836-9797.     '���-.    .    GTl-47  ER.EE    kittens,"  2    blacks,'   2  greys. Ph. 836-95.75. \ 651-46  LIVESTOCK  UNDERWOOD typewriter in  ' good condition^ guaranteed.  $"&.   Ph.   88B-7157.  v 460 46  ������EOAT   fvouse   ���   suitable   ..>.���:  ���cabiit  cruiser   up   to   45   fi.  length.  Aluminum  roof, styre-  foam    flotation,    new     paint,  ���j-ISiOO. Ph. 866-7629. 462-46  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jaeobson,  Swiit dealer. Nor'West Rd;,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog.  feed - Cattle fbed. Hay and  oilier  feeds  by oidei      l.r>t.-lfn  ONE year  laying  hens,   heavy  breed,   $1    each.    Call'   Nelsons,   885-9558. 662-46  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,   adding^ machines, repairs and sales. Ph..  KM-7111. ���������������. 7-t!.n  Dni.SSMAKING and alteniiai-  v:ons.   Ph. ���M(j-7.r......       455-.17  LOST  FURNACE    installations    and  burner    service.    Free    estimates.  Ph.  886-7111. 36-tln  LOST silver grey Persian cat.  Phone  885-5233. 639-46  WANTED TO BUY  POT Belly stove. Box 64P7 c n  Box-   310,   Peninsula   Times,  .Seehelt,   R.C. 643-46  WANTED.   2nd   hand    dining  room table.  Phone  885-9602.  641-46  FOR SALE  FIREWOOD, $20. cord deliver-  ed.  Also  coal  for  sale.  885-  9715 after 4 p.m. 593-47  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Com pressed   air  service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303.  Gibsons,  B.C  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  -  limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  . work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  YQUR   Painter  is   now  available. Ph. 885-9781.        635-48  WIDOW    needs     home,    will  caretake or any light duties.  Fond   of   animals.   Phone   886-  7285.     . 643-46  1968    VOLKSWAGON   beetle,  20,500'    miles.    $1,500    cash.  Ph.   after  5  885-9605.       576-46  WORK   CLOTHES-sports\v7ar  or   what   have  you   al   Morgan's   Men's   Wear. 587-tfn  ELECTROLUX���Sales.     Serv-  ice.   Supplies.  Ph.  886-2989.  390-tfn  FIREWOOD,   $25   cord   deliiv^  ered?    now . taking    orders,.  *Aisb7c6ar'"fof��ale."*"Ph7''885-79'15  after 4 p.m. 664-48  KENMORE oil space heater  . with drum and copper  pipes. Good .'condition, new  carburator   $50.   Ph.   886-7316.  654-46  MATCHING   sofa   and   chair.  Phone  886-2446. 652-46  DUO Therm, oil heater, complete with 2 barrels and  si and. Contact Sid ��� Seaview  Market, Roberts Creek. Phone  886-2467. 658-46  "FREE"  your own snowmobile repair  parts & accessory catalogue  ��� "Save Up-To 30%" "������'  Just, mail your name and address to "Direct Distributing  Inc., P.O.. 1178, Hull, Quebec,  Canada. A complete selection  of parts & accessories to  choose from. No matter where  you live, You'll always receive  fast service. 9240-49  COLLINS  Handyman   Service.  Duroid   roofing  and   repairs,  digging,      hau ing.      painting,  lis.ht   carpentrv.   Ph.   885-2391.  6-15-tfn  LEGAL  NOTICES  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL  DISTRICT .  PUl-LIC HEARING  Pursuant to s. 70.3 of the  Municipal Act, a public hearing will be held at 2:30 p.m.,  Saturday, October 21. 1972, at  the Legion Hall, Madeira Park,  B.C., to consider By-law No.  35(10) - a by-'aw to amend  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Zoning by-law No. 35,  1970. "All" 'persons who deem  their interest in property affected by the proposed by-law  shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters  contained  in  the by-law.  The intent of the by-law' is  to change the zoning in the  Bargan Bay area lying south  of Francis Peninsula Road and  easl of Lagoon*-Road lo RII -  Residential.  Take notice that the above  is a synopsis of a by-law that  may be inspected at the Regional District Office, Davis  Bay, at the times indicated,  namely, Monday to Friday,  8:30 .a.m. to 12:30 p.m. arid  1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and the  synopsis is not intended to be  and is not to be deemed lo ]>e  an interpretation of the bylaw.  Sunshine  Coast  Regional  District  Box  800,  Sechelt,   B.C.  885t2838.  Char'tes   F.   Gooding  Administrator  9237-pub. October 11, 18, 1972.  ,     1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  PENDER HARBOUR  Ufli v*,-_ttJnise A\* Jh *ti�� .-'  ,,M*��ijtiaaa+W-.(!'?*3'St��a��IWl*.W.  OYSTER LAGOON: , Lovely parklike lot on Kent Rood, flood  building or rnobllp l^orno plto,  AsWlO ..$.^P0Q.,��n oosy  terpv^.  WATERFRONT: Protected moorago and.a beautiful vlevv aro tho  main features of this Bargain Harbour proporly, Thoro'r. alU a  3  room  cabin which Is  no great shakes,  but could  bo,   Prlco  $19,500 terms.  WATERFRONT: 275' of doop pfptocfod rriooraflb" on   . beautiful'  acres in the heart of Madeira Park, Properly has boon landscaped  and proparocl for resort buildings with all roads ond campnltos  complotocl, $50,000.  3 >BEDROOMS���'Very pretty 2 year, old cedpr homo In Madeira  Park, Oyer 1300 sq, ft, of llvlnn area, ono ancj a half bathroom'.,  balcony,'" clojo'to "oil shops, school and right acros. str^o! from  good moorage, Asking $21,500,with pons, lorms,  JOCK HERMON���883-2745 (Any Time)  CHARLES ENGLISH'LIMITED  iWB^ilpljliWWyiiiM^'W^  rf*i��w>iWM^��w^iM^*t��fr>Wtft^ wi^w��wwtiM��w  ���T'',,!.f"l'*,'i,irPMH!''!,rTMm7",w'��(irF,!"'i','ii!!n' 'WjinV'T',"'!'1 y' ini  ^V.j.^'flMi 11.^.(7,* ii'(7'77 /' "' "I1*'   ��''h"    *'    '-Vrt  I**-t** \\ i��i h "v 'i 'jl'"] ifi 4'i|'<i.'.*i 11 j   ]   i ���"  7  M:>77 2^7y^7h!l4iy?   -   '  lJlilJl'\��TOi|ii��'iJ/. 'ill  i<   i! 7 Is        , .'  wM^TWl'M ' ��'7'*" al " l'">>. **'  rart.tv.7fi i"  ���     :,���;':,.:   .     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I      ��� I ,       l'..,.l>  ,        ,, ,|  Bost Marlnci Bltoj In area, Heart of Madeira Park, Ovor fJ50' water-  (ront, drive onto property from blacktop, Try your offers on I5,P.  ,'               at',             ��� -   <8i ternijv '            ' ���   ,  M.,*i*mimHittJtr)*��4**uitimii44��r��~t.timiUimyUIuH.f9^iv>Hmm^9Jtf.,,��^-^��-��.,. .-_,��._���__ yr _,.!_. ,_-,    l^.��-  Oyer ?00p ft wntcrfront ot Secret Covo on 31 ocron of '...nullfi..,  " '""haUTrol/pQrk^lllw'Ireea I and TT1 r aVt 1 mcTo f f o r o"i I.""" 7*"'"*""  CALL, JACK NOPLE 883-2701  "   ROCHESTER REALTY LTD.  936-7292, '  IN   Tl-VE   SjUP-KEME   COURT  of "British; cch_umbia  IN   THj2_ MATTER   OF   'J?HE  "NOTARIES  ACT',T' - -  Chapter   266   of   the   Revised  Statutes  of   Briti-rh  Columbia,  1960,  and  IN  THE  MATTER  OF   AN  .   APPLICATION   FOR  ENROLMENT  by .  FREDERICK  LESLIE  ENGLISH  I HEREBY APPOINT Wednesday, th;e 11th dav of October A.D. 1972, -at the hour of  10:30 o'clock in the forenoon,  or as soon thereafter as Counsel for the applicant may be  heard, before the presiding  Judge in Chambers, at the  Court House, Vancouver, British Columbia, as the. time ahd  p'ace for the hearing- of the  app'lcation of FREDERICK  LESLIE ENGLISH to be enrolled as a Notary Public pursuant to the Notaries Act to  practise in the Village of Sechelt and within an area of  twenty-five miles surrounding  the said Village, in the County  of Vancouver, in the Province  of   British  Columbia.  I HEREBY DIRECT that  pub'icatlon of this appointment shall be made in a  newspaper circulating in the  area and shall be published  once a week for two consecutive weeks.  DATED   at   Vancouver.   British   Columbia,   this' 18th   day.  of  September A.D.   1972.  TAKE NOTICE of the above  .appointment and TAKE NOTICE that, in support of the  app'iration will, be read the  Affidaviles of Leslie S. Parsons. Esq., and the Secretary  of The Society of Notaries  Public of British Columbia,  and such other evidence as  Counsel  may   deem  necessary.  LESLIE S. PARSONS  Solicitor for the Applicant  70: THE SECRETARY OF  THE LAW SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  AND TO: THE SECRETARY  OF THE SOCIETY OF NOTARIES PUBLIC OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  9226-pub.  Oct.  4,   11,   1972  Phone 885-2217. -596-45  INVITATION   TO   TENDER  SEALED' TENDERS endorsed  "TENDERS FOR SENIOR  CITIZENS APARTMENT  BUILDING FOR SUNSHINE  COAST KIWANIS VILLAGE,  GIBSONS, R.C." will be received by the undersigned up  to 4:00 p.m. Monday, November 6th, 1972 ancl opened in  public at that lime. SEALED  TENDERS may also be filed  with the Architect, Arnulf TI.  Pelzold, 2308 Nolson Avenue,  West. Vancouver, B.C. not later than 4:00 p.m.' on Friday,  ' November 3rd, 1972.  The single-storey wood frame  building of 10.5..4 sq. ft. plus  503 .sq. ft. of storage space on  the lower level contains 20  self-contained   suites.  Plans, Specifications and Form  of Tender rnay be obtained  from the Architect, Arnulf H.  Petzold, 2308 Nelson Avenue,  West Vancouver B.C., by General Contractors only on deposit, of $30,00 per set, which  ..rwill 'he1 refunded upon: return'  of all documents jn good condition within 7 clays after 1on-   dor-clpslnfi. ., ,   Documents may bo ylewod nt  the offices of the Amalgamated Const ruction Associnlion,  Vancouver, Sotithnnti Building  ,i.��4"lopoiMfl,���VnntH)uvur������n<l.-Industrial Construction Centre,  Buninby.  Tenders must be nepomphriied'  by a Bid Deposit Bond or  Certified Cheque endorsed to  _. tho Owner- In the amount of  five   percent 'of'  the tender  , price, which will b,e, foiTellcd  K tho piw'ly,.'feftdarliiK f��lln to  outer Into" ri eontnu'l when 'requested. The successful bidder  fllinll bo required to oxehnnuo  .Ihlft for a r.0 ',p<.rcont Terror-'  mnnco Bond ns stipulated in  | ho Specifications, ��� > .  Tho lowest or ,nny tender will  v not inecessarily < bo -���accepted,  TortdorfT" received   nl'lof   the  closing time will be returned  ^fUnopetjed,,^^^^ .^   0, Hlnehs, Beereltiry,  Sunshine  Const   Klwnnls  >**^yjUw��iw*YlM 111.kl PI tjUaXU) I i U i,  Cllhsdiw, B,0,  OSklii-piih, Oofolnir, 11M.|f"7i8.,.  .   SUN SHIN EiX'O AST  REGIONAL  DISTRICT  PUBLIC HEARING  Amendment to Zoning By-law  Pursuant;to s. 703 of the Municipal Act, a public hearing\  will be held at 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 18, 1972, at  the Roberts Creek Community  Hall, Roberts Creek, B.C., to  consider by-laws 35(11) and  35(13) - by-laws to amend the  Sunshine Coast Regional Dis-*  biH Zoning By-laws No. 35,*  1970. All person:; who deem  their interest- in property affected by the proposed by-  'aws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the by-laws.  The intent of the By-laws:  1. By-law 35(11) - To introduce a new zoning schedule  designating the uses permitted in a Two Acre Rural  Residential   Zone   (AR2).  2. By-law 35(13) - To change  the zoning in the area lying  between Hall Road, Largo  Road and Highway 101 (at  Roberts Creek) to Two Acre  Rural Residential  (AR2).  Take notice thai the above is  a synopsis of--by-law., that, may  be inspected at the Regional  District Office, Davis Bay, at  the times indicated, namely,  Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to  12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to  4:30 p.m. and the synopsis is  not intended to be and is not  to be deemed to be an interpretation  of the  by-laws.  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  Box 800, Seche.t, B.C.  885-2838  Charles   F.   Gooding  Administrator  9235-puh.   October 4,   11,   1972.  DEPARTMENT   OF    INDIAN  AFFAIRS   AND -NORTHERN  DEVELOPMENT "  SEALED TENDERS wi'l be  received by the undersigned  until 2:00 PM (PDT), October  26, 1972, for the supply and  '" installation of ah ' extended  aeration sewage treatment  plant, designed for a- flow of  35,000 Imerial gpd, the supply  and installation of 100 feet of  8-inch AC sewer pipe and  1,200 feet of 8-ihcn polyethylene sewer outfall pipe,- etc.,  at Sliammon Indian Reserve  No. 1. located 7 miles north of  Powell. River,   B.C.  Contract documents will be  exhibited on the 15th Floor  of the-Pacific Centre Building,  700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver 1, B.C. until October  2011.71972.  Se<ls of documents are obtainable from this location  upon deposits (refundable) of  a $25.00 certified cheque, payable to the Receiver General  of Canada, Tenders must be  submitted on the forms provided and according lo the  conditions set forth therein.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  W.  G.  Robinson,   P.  Eng.  B.   C.  Regional   Engineer.  9239-pub October 11,  1972,  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estates of the following, deceased; Muriel Andress.. WILCOX oka Muriel , Audrus  WILLCOX    and     Muriel    A.  ��� WILCOX, late of R,R. No, 1  Metcalfe Bd��� Roberts Creek,  B.C.; Rueben Elvin WILCOX  oka     R^ihen  Ifllvln WILCOX  '" nnd R, 1,.. WILCOX, lab- of  B.U. No. I. Mel ea I I'o Rd,, Uob-  erln Crpok,' B.C. _,  ��� Creditors1 nnd others having  _��,qlt��ii)^s��agit||)slJ.he��Hi��i(l,���o,sln|p,  uro   hereby   required   to  send  them   duly   verified,   to   the  .JiUBLIC TRUSTET... M) ,.13ur-  nml Slrool, Vancouver 1, B,C���  before tho 2L.iul day of November, 1972, (tftor which date Ihe  ussotf. of tho sidd 'Eslalo w.ll  he distributed,  hovIng  rogari'  ., only lo-; vlnlms Und hnvo peon  ��� received, ,��� % ,..,'...... .,   '. ...,.���,.... ,..���.._  ���  CLINTON  W,  POOTR,"  PUBLIC  THUSTI-I.  I)2rfrai3rr0ulol)or ,11,' 1��,  2R  mul November 1, ���11)7'.".  .     '     MH��H��I.Hlllll IIJ 111 ��� HMHIWI��� WHW* HWWHWIM������ " "  loou   LJHJTOilJllUWADS,    envoi-  ���.....,, .opon, , ,Bt��to,mi.ntfl, (   lnvolcofc  nnd   nil  commercial   printing,  contact tho Times offlco nt H��-  , ,��J��o)t ()i ifliono, iiHO^fli}-!,  j. , i i.. .  .     ii     i ....     in   i f - -j    - r    i   "I   '   "*    ~*  nUHrtlflh BtnmpB  ol! nil  don��  nl Tho Times. Phono BBB-OflU  ,.,Qu\v\...mvlwjf pn,nil..oi.'(l.'i:ij!.i,,.  Peninsula Tsme-5, Wednesdjny, October 11/1974 Pngc -^-5  ".   DGwtoDRAFT SYSTEM  LEGAL (Continued)  sunshine Coast *  ..r-.c-ional district  fuslic heading    amendment-'to  zoning by-law  Pursuant to s. 703, of the  Municipal. Act, a public hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m.,  Saturday, October 21, 1972, at  lhe Legion Hall, Madeira  Park,. B.C., to consider bylaw.- 35(11) and 35 (II!) - bylaws to amend the Sunshine  Coast Regional District Zoning By-law No. 35, 1970. All  .persons who deem their interest in property affected by the  proposed by-laws shall be afforded an opportunity to be  heard on matters coh.tai!n.ed in  the by-laws.  The intent of the by-laws:  1. Exy-'aw 35 (11) c To: intro  duce a new7zoning schedule designating the. uses  ���permitted in a Two Acre  Rural Residential Zone  (AR2).  2. By-law 35 (12) - To change  the zoning along the east  shore of Garden Bay Lake  to Two Acre Rural .Residential (AR2).  Take notice that the above  is a synopsis of by-laws that  may be inspected at the Regional District Office, Davis  Bay, at the times indicated,  namely, Monday to ..Friday,'  8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. a*nd  1:00 pm to 4:00 p.m. and the  synopsis is not intended to be  and is not to be deemed to be  an interpretation of the bylaws.  Sunshine   Coast  Regional  District  Box   800,   Sechelt,  B.C.   _  885-2838.  Charles  F.   Gooding  Administrator.  9236-pub October 11,   18,  1972.  \  HEATS YOUR HOME  ECONOMICAL.^  Thermost&.icajly controi-  lec1 downd.raft system:  provides ecpno-mical  hoat for lar$o or small  hoTics. Yet you get ail  the con.ven,((ncsafid  ccrr.lort of automatic  hector*.'  WOOD HEATERS  ��� Sizes to heat up to 6 rooms  ��� Burns all kinds ol wood .,  ��� Only rfequlres vyooid every 12 hours  ��� Saves on fuel. No Fumes or Smoke  Write lot Ficn Folder  Industries  of Canada, Ltd.  (Formerly FireHood Mfrs. Ltd )  268 lit. Eiplanadb   North V��ncouvor. B.C.  AUTHORIZED DEALER  Trail Bay Hardware  Limited  Trail Bay-Centre,  Sechelt  Phone 885-9828  CAN IDB SERVE YOU?  MR. T. R. TOPHAM,  One of our representatives  will be at  SUNNYCREST MOTEL, GIBSONS,  9-11:30 am., October 18th  BELLA BEACH MOTEL, SECHELT,  1:00-3:00 p.m., October 18th  If you require a term loan for a new or  existing business, you are invited to discuss your needs with him. An appointment can be arranged by telephoning  886-9920 (Gibsons) 885-9561 (Sechelt)  HI!  INDUSTRIAL  BANK  TERM FINANHIWR FOR CAl.Ani/\N BUSINESSES  145 West 15th Street  ;   North yoncouyerliB,C.  Use 'Times0 AdBriets to Sell, Rent, Buv  A great  PACIFIC REALTY  LTD. .    .     . .    .  Bo* 799, G|bsons/TC^~Vcm7'Dliro(itr6B5-3T33*  "SERYING THE SUNSHINE COAST"   :     ���  1 'Exclu3lvo Aoonta'  Lovoly  GRANTIjAMS       vlow lor, F.P, $4000. Dc^n.paymonl-  !*>1000, Nnmo your awn terms.  -only  "R0I3ERTSTREGK  Flurrib Road,,Largo lOO'xSOO' lot, approx; 1.18 ocros,  This can bo ptirchasocl "for as low os��� $2500 down,  t. mnaawnamminwH-y  A  "^XV** y*^^*if''|y ^yry'jtf-"^1 iffl^^'j.wwaa  AwraKtHlFl^Toronin'7000ri"3*4-ocrorv largo*  triangle lot with approx, 550' on Hwy  101, D.P,  only 7111,800.   .  Call: Lorrlo Girard,   MacGrngor. Pacific RqaltylLtd,  ��� '' 926-5586 (Van,) or 886-7244 or 886-7760  BONUS SUBSCRIPTION OFFER  Horo's n gift pacKOgo tluH will b^.roniQmborocI long  inftor tho Christmas qoanon; t\ yoor's subscription to  j3(.nut|{i4,I?rJtl.3!i.CQ|iimb^  1973 cnlendapdlnry, You con slvo both fpr just $R -  tho rogi'lor prlco of tho magazlno subaci;|ptlon;olono.      Wo Announce your Gilt with n Brootlna slcned In your  'immo and tho current Winter Issue of BemitlfM  ..BrltlBh-06luiui),lH'..,ThQ..iP73..,9pr|nn,,Summor..onc|,,.1l   ImiII laanon vylli bo ninllod no published.      t  This offor nppllon only to now nnd renewal sub*  sorlptloiifl, purohnsod for p. and com'mo'nolnE wltU  llio Wlntor, 1972 Isauo, PIohoo order early, .      ���,  .  ��... ��.U..4.^w^^^Jwi��w^ww_444_^M��*MWW^^U^^^My, .i.^Wtf**.a*^**W  "'"^a  mmmmhfmmmimmHmim94mimmm4*~'*4*'*��9*~mmmm  C ncloBod, M'aO,��or, cl .oquo'. for, ^vm,'...��,i  THE PENINSULA TIMES LTP.  Pox 310. Socholt, B.C,  mttm.nm^mnn^MK^mpf^^^m^ummtmnftmfnmmmw*'  >*m$*ii*nm4.4mmni��mtH**.*mm.*449innt9^*4m*.49+9*4  ,,���,  /\flC||0"5        ��MN|.��4|l|^.r��*a|��fc*0��M*4'1��**#��*��*��^  . ,7' J'.      7     ',  '        PlirCllQlOr '��'��r��l-UMt-lA��'��M��-��;��...^.J��#,*����at|a.,^^��M.ia.Jll��4����U��-<\,��.^ 1    "  ���'.���! i, i ��� *,.  ���ah��'  'If      ���  |*��#*aw<��W9#^^  m^ii>9itmimm^m>i9  mh�� \  Ottavya Report  v      .���The, Times Ottawa Bureau  7      \  MONEY    TALKS     ...__.  OTTAWA���Quebec  and  Ontario  farmers  should_be in an indul^et-t mood when  Liberal   party   candidates     canvass     for  t'heir Votes  on  October  30. x  Less than two weeks prior, to the  general election announcement those in  Eastern Ontario1 *and Western Quebec  were promised millions in federal funds  to compensate for crop losses suffered  during one of the wettest summers on  record. .    x  Coi ncidentalfy some 11,000 wheat  producers in Eastern Canada, most of  them in Southwestern Ontario, began  receiving cheques under the federal government's two-price wheat policy, individually they will get between. $350 to,  $522.50 for a total of $5  million.  It   is   possible   additional   money   will ,  be  paid  to Northern  Ontario^ farrners  if  the   government   decides   they   too   have  suffe_i-$d excessive loss from heavy rains.  There is no doubt that the Western  Quebec and Eastern Ontario farmer has  had a bad year. During the latter part  ofv July and through August rain was  almost interminable, and on occasions  reached Gloud-burst proportions. The result was drowned crops and ruined hay.  Creeks and rivers which ordinarily would  accept the run-off of summer storms,  flowed at freshet levels. There was nowhere  for the excess .water to go.  In these circumstances some aid for  the stricken farmer was in order. It has  been offered in generous proportion to  replace- lost feed for livestock, to defer  repayment of loans from government  agencies, to provide operating capital and  ready  cash.  A cash grant of $400 for which some  22,500 farmers in the wet-damaged areas  are eligible came almost as an afterthought. Cost of that will be $9 million,  a not considerable sum in view of what  had already been  made available.  Generosity of tlie federal government. .  and the promptnes with which it met the  crisis was a bit surprising, particularly  in view of a deaf ear which had been  turned to the pleas of Southwestern Ontario farmers a year ago when they suffered considerable loss from rain. Their-  position was in no way as desperate as  that of Eastern Ontario and Western  Quebec farmers this year, possibly because they had. better reserves and because of crop diversification were able to  salvage something from the year.  Perhaps it was the probability of salvage which caused the government to reject pleas for aid following the late  June frost in Southwestern Ontario  which wiped out some of the. canning  crops, decimated fruits and played havoc  with the multi-million dollar tobacco  crop.  -Tobacco farmers were able to replace  their wilted plants from Prince Edward  Island ancl the southern United States  through an''airlift arranged in co-operation with the departments of agriculture  and defence. They restored 87,000 acres  of crop hut still need time to mature  the tobacco before the first frost of  autumn conies.  Seven counties of Eastern Ontario and  some lit) in Quebec are in the area designated for assistance. The two provincial governments are participating.  The Quebec area stretches from the Gati-  iH.au on the West, to Megantic on the  East, the St. Lawrence on the North and  the U.S. border on the South. The counties of Prosco,t, Sturmont, Russell, Glengarry, Curleton and Grcnvillc are in tlie  Ontario area. Nipi.ssing, Sudbury ancl  Parry  Sound  may   bo added   later.  Farmers who had mooted tlie possibility     "   '     '  hei  X  X  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Octobei^ll, 1972  Poet's Corner  \  r-"  ,    .Ja.-.L.  J  , \ '.''������ V^jjSj  7  ���        .   / m _ _i_*-2jS._\  .,  ��������� -v>jH  ,       a.    -  7 .'��� 'V*vai-g  i ,  ',1,  : "  '    la.1  .J  _   ''    -'_. ���    ,! ft^Si  "pI*"^1* '! *\#*n_  _&��_Ji__ u  Mr.   and   Mis.   Gregory   Graeme   Fraser  ���photo by David Matick  United Church wedding . . .  Koven-Fraser reception held  at North Vancouver garden  ���Your contributions are invited  A U T U JM N  by Cheryle-Ann E. Jay  In  the myriad  of  autumn  colors  Grey smoke curls to the Indian summer  sky  , .As  southwards   the  swallows   and  7    ���   sparrows fly.  Misty mornings hide the pale cool dawn  * As the heavy dew dissipates to tne  3     . bright of day.  7 Slowly the autumn colors fade away.  | One by one the maples and poplars shed  ;|        their  dress  7" And  in the cool breezes that blow  . The  bright  colors  of  autumn   glow.  *-The  warm  rains  rise  to  raging  torrents  .; And- calm  seas  tarn  to  angry  froth  7As  winds  turn  to  whipping  gales.  ? Autumn  has  left  for winter's  time  'Cold,  cruel  and  harsh  to  the  land.  .Gone to the white dress of winter.  MORE   ABOUT. . .  '*��� Rejects referendum vote  7 ���from page A-l  Ait. He said he was told that the Depart-  ,'ment of Transport would not loan, give  }ov buy a new generator for the airport.  \He reported that he called the Vancouver  office of DoT and talked to an official  'whose name he did not get. The following day, he got a call from the office  to tell him that the DoT is going to call  for bids on a new six kw generator,  that the  village will install.  Watson said that he hoped the generators could be hooked up in tandem  so that when the load is too much the  . .other will start. An' electrician will study  the problem and report to council, he  said.  ' : Watson said the situation is as top-  rgap measure and that permanent power  [plant is being sought.  He read a letter from a pilot who  iused the airstrip and who hoped that the  strip would soon be paved.  Lang said that he hoped to talk to  'Hproperty owners and B.C7 Hydro' to determine what action can be taken to  .get electric power to the airport. Power  to the airport, he felt, would entice Ottawa to pave the strip.  Aid. Ted Osborne reported on the  recent Coast-Garibaldi Associated Boards  of Health meeting held recently. Main  topic at the meeting, he said, was discussion of dental care for children. Village of Sechelt hosted the members at  lunch.  Building inspector Harry Gregory  asked council for a temporary leave of  absence, which, he added, may result in  a permanent leave. He ' suggested the  name of. Frank Giampa as the interim  building  inspector.  Gregory was appointed to a two-year  term which expires in October 1973.  Council agreed to appoint Giampa to  serve as building inspector until the term  is  up. .  X  MORE   ABOUT ...  ��� Segregated schools  7 . * ��� ���-from page A-l  less Indians"are consulted and give their  approval. ^  Mrs. Richard Clayton of Sechelt,'opposing the idea bf the segregated system.  -suggested that\white children should not  be deprived of learning the Indian heritage. ^ "  Gilbert Joe of Sechelt referred to Paul  St. Pierre's television play, the Education of Philistine, in which an Indian  child was taken into a white school  system in a remote Cariboo area, so that  there would be enough children, to form  a school with help from the department  of  education.  , "That's exactly what has happened  throughout the province," said Joe. "The  school system is not doing any good,  maybe a segregated system would be  best."  St. Pierre, now member of Parliament  for Coast-Chilcotin and a member of the  audience, -said that looking back over  the 14 years that he wrote the play, he  presented a problem but regretted tha.t  he did not suggest a solution.     .''������������  "History is written by the victor,"  St. Pierre quoted, and he added that it  would be sad if the Indian culture and  history   should   disappear.  Others commenting on the brief in-,  eluded John Pankratz, Progressive Conservative candidate for Coast-Chilcotin;  Harry Olaussen, NDP candidate; Len  Maracle, executive director, B.C. Association of Non-Status Indians, and others.  Other policies presented included  recreation, housing, political involvement,  economic development, employment a  preamble, Sechelt  1972. ���  Following the program a dinner-dance  was held at Roberts Creek hall.  \  fP  NOTICE  Pender Harbour'- Egmont Area  For Insurance of all ^kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN EREEN LTD.  7  883-2794 (24 hours)  \  r  SECHELT PENINSULA  ROD & GUN  CLUB  JUNIORS  Those  already Jr. Members  7:00 p.m. Sun., Oct.  15  Those wishing to join and  take the course  7:00 p.m.  Sun.,  Oct.  22  For further information  Phone 885-2282  or 885-9429  _        "��� "'" CLIP  THIS  COUPON  mm ��� ! ��������"��� "  WE USE  HAIRCOLORING BY CLAIROL, WELLA.  ROUX,  L'OREAL, COLORCHARM ...  DISCOUNT COUPON WORTH $4.00  OFF YOUR  NEXT HAIRCOLORING  (Valid every Thursday in the month of October 1972)  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-2339  |"'""��"�������� >���������>�����.��..............,������ H1IiII , .������..���1.,m111���mImil���1,n���limiI���Ili���MI������=  |                         ON  THE  SECHELT WATERFRONT |  |"  "              " ' '       ' Now Offering ��� �����__^_ :j  Whispering Pines I  FRESHLY PREPARED  I    * Chinese Food *  I              ENQUIRE  FOR TIMES  AND  RESERVATIONS I  |                                   BY  PHONING  885-9769 '���}  A GARDEN patio reception followed the  wedding of Laura Joan Koven of  North Vancouver and Gregory Graeme  Fraser of Sechelt, formerly of North Vancouver.  Bride is the only daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. V. Koven and the groom is the  youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W, D. Fraser.  The double-ring ceremony took place  in St. Andrew's United Church with th'o  Rev. S. F. Scars officiating.  and touring the B.C. coast, the bride  changed into a pink seersucker dress  with white crocheted shawl and white  accessories.  The newlywpds are residing in North  Vancouver.       1  The Richmond  peat  bogs produce  10  million pounds of cranberries a year.  &f//////////f///JJ_'/J//////////iJ///f/if��  fanners win. had mooted the possihil-           n.                 ,        yy      ���   , , fe LORD    JIMS    LODGE       ^  ���ul; having- tc-dlspcwo   their   ciaUfc- ^^ ll>�� 8                   ���              ���      fcVB'Vfc  ds duo to tlio lack of feed aro special-     bnde wore " gown (,r whito crQP�� wiUl 8           Lodge   Rooms   arid  being   liilton   care  of,   Ordinarily   tho     ��n.ovor-clroBB of chiffon,   featuring long 8               Guest   Cottages  �� Dining Room Lounge  ^ Heated .Swimming Pool  S Saunas, Boat House  S��R.R.-No.��-1����Halfmoon��Bay, B.C.  S Secret Coyo, Sechelt  <��---,,���,,., >�� ; 885-2232   ^  ly   being   IhI.oi.   care  of,   Ordinarily   tho ,,,   .    , ,7      ,7. " V". -VV"   .Canadian  Livestock  Feed  Board  pays a puilQcl,sleeves,..�� V-nccklino. and chiffon  ���$7 a ton Hubsidy to transport  feed grains     L'holie1''  iron)  the west   to  Eastern  Cuimda.  This S'*10  1*(,tl  *>  lull-length  veil ancl  train  in  to lie augmented  by lj.2  a  ton  under     "r   I,'|'G��<"h   Illusion   silk   and   carried   a  11k. joint  federal-provincial aid program     bouqi'iof of'white roses,  stophanltls and  ���,,���,.,, A n-4nd I vidua I "I'.u'mc^^  up to May 1 next your l'n this wuy, The Attending  the  bride  were  matron of  m' lK<'v!.)rnl,K!nl;i ^"l��'��������,P��y,up!��two    .l>0!)or,.���Mrn���,.ElqHnoi\ Slfnlk, and  brides-,,  hlrd.s ol  lho cost of trnnsportiiig fodder     ��"��ld�� Put Patterson und Lorraine* Scott,  into the tiro.i, l.iiKuri on u ton mllo minted All woro gowns of yellow chiffon and  ,  |  to iho uv..riig.. eom.moivlnl rate and pro-     carried   long-stemmed 'yellow   roses,  vli od   tho  fodder   is  moved   at.   least  ���>,. Best man was W. Duncan FruNOr with  miles,   A  ullage  subsidy   of   t,\vo  dollar,.-    ushers Dean Baton and Tom K'ovon.  ,    I ���'" '"A will l)�� paid unci othor roughugeN      ' .'ThQTQCQpllon for 7(1. guests was hold  will, htivo t,w6-t.hh'd,s ilw cost of truiir.-   -al the homo'of Mr, and Mrs, W. P, Arthur  IMirtiiilmi Hulwlcllxucl. 7 whoro  the   bride's  undo  ��nd   godfather,  K'urt  prices  aro p  bo  Hti.l.lllxad   to    Wally Arthur proposed lho brl'clul toast,  ���; *1',"i,'"'"^l��<"*norm��J'riirfpit.iuinl*hlot.woon,^,-,B^  ��� ollicr'-aroHH of"Crthiftia; ' '     ���'    ' :' cluVrio *i icwh' or "pTrilt  ttiid"b'iuo floral'  ���i, Vli   tup .of  Mils  tho  Canadian  Dairy- chiffon with a white orchid coiwtgQ, ���  viimmlHHlon   Iiuh    waived     the   penalty Tho groum'i. mother woro a gown of  .... YH,,"!l.!,,..xy|!,!u!K would, normally apply, to    layondar, ehlfl'on .yvllh. a  niatehlng wide  dairy   Inrmorn  who   I'al'l   lb  produce  tu,    hrhhmocl' hat and orchid  coi'Hhrq.   '  '���'"M HI per (Mint, of thu milk .sailed." for *>' .  honoymoon on Vanoouvor Inland  I"  Hii'li1 Hiilmlily eligibility quota, - * ���������- - ---. 7! ,    'Tllorir'lf.1 lni)iVii"i>i'ni'.i.'i,,,.!,,,,, ���...,'���...":::::' I ���     ���   ��� ���     ���   '  . i  ���* I llorivlH lo bo a'mora'loriumOn7'ropiiv-  ii.ont ut loann from tho Farm Orcein  Loipiiralloi. and adyanood undor tho _.wn  Tho province.!, and tho fodond imV.  ornmont will RiianuVloci* loyiit. I ti fanrlom  ,, who booauHo.ol' eropJoHHOH aro Hhon oi1  Wl"'^,. u'M>ltMl,jmorq��t���oiijhoHe.JoHi)rt  Will 1)0 IU proforrod raloH and will allow  ropayinont ovor loimor than normal m.  lodH of tlmo, '  .ThlH  yenr'H   I'xporlcnw may ��� nliuiVito  rrrU|iolrvi��liKlH,-|iMrtln.ljir|y-whon*'t'h'QJH'Cft'l1t ������  I'l'lf'i; .Uml  lho noxl dl[1iii,l,c)r,iiia(y.|iut,'0(j,,,.,  Iiiciflo with an olfcllon veai'7  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advortlslna In this space will reach  mora than"2,500 homos (10,000 poaplol)  each wooli,, ||'a the mast,economical .way,to  roach moro Sunshlrio,Coast, pooplo.lwqMso  Tlmos qcla go into morq homes than'any  oihar newspaper  produced   In' this, area,  >w��4��p}ssi>*!f��rw*!��^^       H - II1^���i���>�� I"'I��� ��� ��� AJIVk���(fwft*��tftw^������#^��^(Hw#s��<.  005-W34 (Soelioll)      -Bqfi-21311  (Glbiam)  JOLlYROGERl  INN  AT SECRET COVE  i'i 1  IVipW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Pock Space For Gu^sfs  r"HeQtofaPoolmtQnd*mSauna*  Ymr Round Moorage  Availablo  COFFEE MATE  .CARNATION  .Bonus Pak, ,18 o*.  ���W>��"*#WH^'W1^  fi-t-     .    M.  WANT  TO SPREAD  A SECRET ALL  OVER-TOWN?  MSK AN;  AD-BRIEF.  D|AL^885^9654:  CHILI CON CARNE  NAUEY'S ,  ^otorMiw/isiox iJ777:i7;  2����h---  I Jl (_   .    h* ,     j/\     1 i ���* *     !   ��� Mr. Advoitlsor: Tlioso  oHvorthlng spacos aro  ioai (bargain* for yoii,  Sold on contract only, For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  pljono, 885*9654, aik fpr  special ad rates.  ii ii  ::'\  i  DINNER *&      m**i  cateui :.;. :....:.: ;���;..;: J for 49  PREMDUM CRACKERS  C?HHISTIES  1 Ik pkg. .7.7....  ,1 i>.      d  1 | f   1        V !���  '        1  43e!  TOMATO OR VEGETABLE  SOUP  AYUMCR, 10 9i.  .1      i'  ^Bat%^4ft^MW^w��a��4M.��#^WH'wi^#��wMw����4m4_affl^ Q^   t^tt��^)miit*^myi&mi***wt>mt4&*^m^*i*ti*[vtmm'itwtwt^^ *i*#^t. 11 f   . t ,_.. , ^w#<     ��m&m  ���-T'fii-IiOO1  &_tfla _t,_h_tMB4l ���   >   ���   J_E.lt   j .__) .j^Jlf -ti__  PAPER TOWELS  i i i      . ,  VIVA  If      MIlH'MI--, i ||  |��Of<"> 1       ,(  59  c  tmtmm.mmtm*mM^.mt*tmHt0��^m.HUMi*lm^t'm<*Wim^^  I ���_______���__��� i'i, I   I  '       ���    Hilt ... ��    I' I      '.     ",'  '  ,i .i  omatoes  ^ffpS^UA  1  ' S  S; ",l  77    , ''  "*  . '  ausage  IC \
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Driverin/uredf whei* truck
ruiis into ditch on Hwy 101
ALLAN   Hoefslsot \is' reported   in   good
condition   in  hospital   where   he   was  x
taken after his 1972 Kenworth truck left
the road and entered  a  ditch  near  the
Wakefield Inn at 8:45 a.m. Oct.' 3.
RCMP said Hoefsk-ot.y_.as southhound 7
when he  lost control  of his  vehicle,, due
to sun .in  his eyes, and  other1 truck  ac-_.
Driver William Varey of Gibsons and
passenger Philip Berdahl of Sechelt were
taken lo hospital where they .were treated and released after their 1969 \ Ford,
sedan left the road near Ruby Lake on
Highway  101  at 7 p.m.  Oct.  3. x
. The 7 vehicle sustained extensive damage. RCMP;- are continuing investigation.
-.Ronald Ferm suffered, -a fractur-^d
skull when his 1963 Chevrolet left Egmont Road and smashed into a rock. Police said Fenn was en-route 'to *,Egmont
at the time of the mishap. His vehicle
was totally damaged, RCMP .said. The
' investigation  continues.
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204 W«9t $tft, Ave; .    r      .y'
Vancouver io, a7 c. "       \
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Score pads for Bridge, Kismet or Yah-
tzee games, available at Miss Bee's,
Wharf Road,'Sechelt.
NEEDED . . .
2 Leaders for 30 eager
girls in Sechelt
Phone 885-9805
or 885-9763
f>lawny Owl
(Asst.  Brownie Leader
for Pender Harbour)
Phone 883-2779
Trustees table
BECAUSE a trustee was absent the issue
involving a reduction of members of
the Sechelt School District board was
again tabled.
Absent from, the Sept. 28 meeting was
trustee W. Malcolm.
Trustees B. Mulligan and John Hayes
moved, and seconded that no action be
taken on the matter until the next meeting. ' . -_>
The ^board's  planning committee will
'Vtudy^he^Tngineer's " report   as   ta  the
disposition of the old Gibsons annex and
Directing BCANSI conference 7   .
Chairman  of  the  British Columbia    side him is Ben Prest, president^Of
Association   of Non-Status   Indians    the Sunshine Coast Local 148. On left
cultural-unity conference held Satur-    is Evelyn Prest and Imelda Si^limd11 j.. . _   nY,™nT_«_*_a_J
day on   the Sechelt   Reserve   was    bauer, secretary. jjlunil  allllUUIlUcU.
Wayne Clark, second from right. Be- - "
Section B
Wednesday, October 11, 1972
Sechelt News Notes
VA NEW,  simplified passport application
form has been announced by the Canadian Passport Office.
The form is designed to help reduce
the error, rate in applications which has
been  running   at  aprpoximately   35   per
cent. However, the Passport Office warns'
Pages  1-6    that applicants still should complete the
 ■ ■     new forms carefully  to  avoid delays  in
receiving their passports.
Passports are issued within a few days
of the application form is completed with-
 ■       ■  .... ; ,,._,, .out .error..,..Hp^.eye.r,._^appUc^te^r^._ad^_
—by  Peggy Connor      vised to file applications at leasi. a month
before passports are needed to,allow for
;  7 777..   .'.'   ..   .  777.77       ',-.::.: ..     ■... 7 :.    7 . .
The Sunshine toast Arts Council
presents for your enjoyment
A vocal ensemble from Vancouver in Recital
Saturday, October 21st, 8 p.m.
Admission  $1.50
O.A.P. and StuderitsMUOO
will make a definite recommendation at    TjIAT stork hovering over the Dr. Burt-    partners on a most enjoyable 2-week bird     <jeiayS due to errors by the applicant,
the next meeting. -^^ nick home has landed a 9 lb.( _ oz. giri    hunting triPl Visiting and hunting start-    ;      ^ new form features a ge?eral sim.
Water will be Off
In other business the folding action     & ^^T^ ^^ * North. V~an-    ed at Swift Current, Sask. with Pat's dau-    ' pl^^J^^^^^^_T_
• Tnhn Haves and W Nimmo renorted that    couver'   0ct   2'   Mary   Nicole . Burtnick    ghterMr^  Maureen   Foss   and   family,     g association of the detailedItostruc-.
John H^yes and W^Nn^^^ Then   to.. Kindersley^andLfup_ to-^ife%-.,.ti^^itKuth^relevaht.,s^^0ils^h,.the,^
S'p.Sv^Oc?^^11 C°aSt S6minar   * ila^^^ong^ts' to Salter and Irene, they were after geese and 'ducte  hunting ™ ^Zx^te^^y:.
3t SSS^ld kerned that there      ;  ***  an  exampj  ^jm  h^coHea- ^£™£*£S2$ 1£ ' r   The fern, is available i*-*^
£!££_£ aSS &£T P°UCy ^     £2- iSE £T^lf to^cSS ««** Ule,   everywhere  they   went, ^iJ^^J^t^^W^.
Elphinstone Secondary School -Congratulations to the new parents.', they, reported. The  forms" are  distributed By?Mt.1 Pass-
Secretary-treasurer J. R. Metzler was       % _   .. x smorgasbord of Bob and Leola Hill recently spent a port offi       p6st offices, travel agencies
instructed to contact the RCMP and the     .^^I^^Z^M^t^- delightful week with Sgt. Ray and Bev- ^nd airline '£d. steamsKip • companies, '
?SX_^Sr2Kr rWrstSt    SL^io^S'to^bSV their «** ^Ison in Victoria.      y Qver ^^ c,hadians  are  ordering
ElementalSchool    dud Is    wa^inT on     meeting • tomorrow.    Directly    after    the Mrs. Dot Spencer returned last week passports each year. Simpiificatiori of the
NoZ^B^bL ^ meeting the  tickets will  be available  to from Ottawa where everything is now in passport:applicati9n form and,,hopefully
It was aeporfedlhat the police were tlie public. Phone Mrs. Eve Moscrip. 885- good order: Her daughter-in-law Judy ,s *    -   *- -  •-*.——
prohibiting parfenj;s, from picking up cliil-     ?3^.  I
d.isa.,iQn. .School-JEi6a_ilan7.lrie L"^a£.^pc.QrJ> ,:ipr§|^
vided  for  this  purpose, outside.* Gibsons.    it_? IjIsu.,. ^— ...     ,._....__._,..,.. ,.,...- .
SLentaryv M&lfer^as Instructed   to7^g^t Humm and "Mrs. Dorothy Car-.. Spacer's ^^^m^oirver.
discuss thcmatter withithe RCMP. ter. The date is November 18 at the Se a'on °
J^ Road to Trail Avenue
From 9 a.m. to 12 noon
v7. ■     - . ' •
Thursday, October 12
is    a reducUqn in, the.jarfofr' rd^l^^§^ A:;4£7K^^?*77^^^?^i7^:.,^^'_ ":< - ' ^2^7:^7^^^^&^^
ip . 't6"bEovid§-''-a^'-bettep"servicettoiuthose;tap-' ^,'*'7i!_T^^T^^»_gJT^»-»7^
*' \> A     ' ■-.   ■      ^"-'"'t   l-'f-'W^'f*'-' " ^*a<flffira^Wa___^M*^^_gM_ir<1_B__M^
Parents ' Without "Partners   will   hold
rt-t. ,_.     •      ' _i      "!I*"7"-'     1T.       XIit~T .^Tnn'Hal. their first meeting for-the fall season on
dbsons   librarian   l^rs.   Dons   Fuller    eh^^£°ufihti of Leo and Elsie John-    Friday, October 13 at the Sechelt Elem-
expresseda, appreciation    and satisfaction   _      'T^a^ter rf IgQ ^Elsy^.        ^ Open-Area at 8P;m7Al7
for   the .remodelled   library  facilities   at   < son formerly ol faecneu, Anene jonnso n(i .      , J .. • ,   f. d- . ,^    he]
the school '      ■    ' ^as married to Kenneth Pede, Oct. 7 at 7 ready this grpup .is tinding put how help-
Mr   Reid, Sechelt Elementary princi-    Our  Lady ;of Good Counsel Church; in,   M to each other such a group can be-
, ,        * j Tu TI    4 m   7    crrm, - if' you are a parent without a partner,  '
pat, complimented the custodial staff at    Surrey.,    .....   ,. .,■.-■•■•        '. j; k'i.Wti.4. ^iii «._■• onH^oA' -fo VrA,;.."
his school'lor. its  "high state of clean-        iTravelling doWn for the wedding from    do go to the meeUng and-<see ior youi-
liness."   ' here was IVIrs. Ada Dawe and .Mrs, Billie    sea,  .     ,  ,	
Minister  of  Education  Eileen  Dailly,    Steele, Mr. , and Mrs,  Orv  Moscrip. Mr.,   ^■f«MM»ryii*»'«MMMM,'*,w?'''MM*^^
in ..; correspondence,',, detailed proppsed  , and .'...Mrs, .fiill and^Dorothy Smith from    I, __^a_r\74
changes to the p(ibii<;; Sclioois Acfwhich    Victoria were 7a lso "there. '""""' '   ■ B^-   BMfi-   ^ ■""•'"""
include: Repeal of section 140 (A) which        wA   meeting    of    St. ' John's   United
• limits '-salary. increases .at,, the,] ministei^^a-a.Ghurch.WA of Davis Bay was held.at,.tlie,
discretion; (2)> Granges to section 197 (4)  '''di>'-.ivei'i: Qct, 3. October 15 to 22 willbo
raising the basic educational* program to    Chyrch  Vcok  for  all  United  churches.
110,percent and'aeUrniriatingf:tHe.requirQ.v.^..-.|5t3|;tirigaa',o)[£i>a lhe'-,i.v/eek4'_i*ight,.at;theav]iadies.;,r
ment. for boards to got public approval    ^ili takeithe service on Oct. 15.      '  ,
of anjj. excess of the 110 per cent. '     '■ a, pot luck supper will beheld by the
Mrs. Gwendolyn Boyle and Miss Limi-,   United' Cjiurch WA Oct.- 18  at Wilson
ne Livingstbrie have b'cfcn appolnlted-to    Creelt Hall "at 6:30. Any United Church
™Sech(?H*Elemenlary^and**Andrew'^Stavert^*rtembers*wUl*ebe*m'ostwwelcome* whether*
has been appointed to, the maintenance - ihey  are regular  meml-'prs  or previous,
.^^dqpartment,,,,,,,;,,.,.,„.„...,.„,.:.,„„,., ,..,,..,„,,..;„,. .,,,, ril^mlpers!,,.of,;this ,pr'any. other  United^
Elementary school' 'supervisor'   Hart    CHiurcii.   For  information   pleasb  phbiie
Docrkson, replying to.qupsUons^sald:,,ek^   Mrs.'Boll 885-9401,       .   7.
cellent progress'" was bplng made" at the        Wilson Crook Hall, \yill bo tho site of
elementary level. The • sltuatlon-al, Glh- . the 'United  Church-annual Ml  bazaar
sons wa? much superior tp last'.yoar.,and ' ]^oy,' i4, 2 to 4' p.m.'
tho; few,.mlnor ip^blems.wlihrstalti were^:i^;;7
heir}L '?micably iPQ.ve4,'7!;4:■■•^i-i;-i■-i.,-,1 •^.■■.■i;.:!-:.-.-.-».-,Gp^".]Bnripy'-Rolrh-'rofi'''th'a'ACMP'-in''Ooquit-
Wth the add tion pf two,.teachers ot u,^ ;(|0rmer constable at Gibsons) were
Secholt the teaching loads aro now roa^' .::.,7.7l' , 7.'7..7_--—.:.■■.:' ■      _
■   sonable," he told bPard^ members,
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In.general ho" said-, ho"fait th'o now
.■teachers, in tho .district had .taken hold
and were doing'very well, All the larger
schools1 how 'hav6 music teachers and
Physical education teachers, he said. Also,-
bund and/or. chon'iil, programs ult-o being
developed, ho added, '
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1,. U  *l��\^    'U   a.  \  \  \|\v    ��. \  \  \  ���~i���n n~nnwnnimfnmii-inQinn��wnii  X  The PENiNsuiA^feiea*  \l  t  "7 may be wrong, but I shall nut be so wrong as to jail to say \hat I bklieve tor be right"  _-,'... ���John Atkins  -  ���-   ���-  ��� -          RirjTCBD"rT'.'  Pnotio_r"Managing   Editor  ���Ari-i-i   i..T'1'f ���!   t�� tr^-r^^' i*-T~*���r���*<>9-4r-i-'r~t'*r~r<*-*-v94*m,   ii'.   i ���<������<���* tiaaY'nuvTr-yw-i^r'j*-/;  Commendable project  i^a-  Sr.CHF.i7r- Indian   Band  Council   is   to  br  tdiuiiH-iulcd   I'or  their  program   in  improving llic housing standard lor their  people.  The $224,265 project of bringing  single-family houses and duplexes to the  reserve  is  a forward-thinking st-ep.  Bringing the houses to the reserve is  just the first step7 however. The-move  to develop the Porpoise'Bay "subdivision,  is a logical improvement. When it is  economically feasible the roads Of the  new subdivision will be blacktopped,  said Gilbert Joe, administrator of the  Sechelt Indian Band Hewing Authority.  The houses-_will ..be -'landscaped by next  spring and exteriors of the houses will  be decorated, thought went into the  situating of the houses among the trees  to enhance their livability.  Mos commendable of all is that the  Indians   arc  bearing   the   major  cost  o  llic Central  Mortgage and Housing An-,  thority's   mortgage  of   $224,205   in   addition to the Sechelt band funds already  invested. V  Joe is .quick lo give credit to various  federal and political agencies which have  supported the project but moM important  is tlie- roleTtfie TndiansThemselves have  played.  Proper housing helps to put Indians  on an equal footing with whites. Working together can only be in tHe best  interests of the Sunshine Coast.  Credit too, must go to local merchants and businessmen who extended  credit terms so the Indians can go ahead  with their project. But self help is the  key  phrase here.  Shocking   suggestion  PREMIER  Dave   Barrett  wants  British  Columbia consumers to cut down  on the amount of electricity used in  their   homes.  'T want people to switch off the  lights in their homes, save money and  save   electricity,"   Premier   Barrett   said.  Also, Resources Minister Bob Williams said the government is concerned  about rate of increase in use of electricity.  All this comes as a bit of a shock  if you don't mind the pun. For years  we have been told about the tremendous  hydro-electric resources in the province.  California and Arizona have devised  grandiose schemes in which water from  British Columbia and the state of Washington can be diverted.  Now the government tells us to cut  back.  The government isn't telling the big  manfacturing concerns to cut back but  the small consumer such as thee and me.  Does this mean that you shouldn't  have that second or third piece of toast  in the morning? Presumably. But Premier Barrett is really getting at the big  things such as refrigerators and self-  cleaning ovens. He suggests that British  Columbians tell manufacturers to stop  making these conveniences and perhaps  women can go back to elbow grease  when it comes to cleaning a roast-stained oven.  All this and we've also been told  that there will be a shortage of fossil  fuels at the present rate oT consumption. We can understand concern about,  natural gas, coal and oil but British Columbians" have felt that electricity is a  never-ending commodity.  How does such a policy affect this  area where there is a home-building  surge and contractors are using electricity as a means of heating and cooking?  There is no natural gas line on the peninsula and to install ducts and an oi'  furnace adds considerably to already  costly houses.  We can nevertheless appreciate the  premier's concern about the use of electricity- but we suggest he is flogging  a dead horse. How much electricity can  be saved by the consumer?  Surely the big electrical users are the  manufacturers. Can you ask manufacturers to cut back? You can but the  result could be catastrophic | if manufacturers and other big firms'follow the  suggestion or order. Production would  be cut down and workers would be laid  off. What would that do to the economy  of the province?  It's not hard lo guess.  \  Page B-g  v  \ The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, October 11, 197.$  X  BC. lawyers shdy prepaid legal plan  THE  B.GL   branch  of  lhe  Cdnadjai^ Bar     Some of these plans are of a group nat-  7Association   will-\aet+vely--study   pre-\ ure'whi-l'e-^-hers.areJr__lividual, hfe .noted,  and stressed that such plans do ftot con^-  flkt with legal aid or cornmuftity legal  service^ programs which ate desi��__e_l to  serve the neecjs of the poor.  Tentatively -the committee hopes to  have some objectives .established and  some suggested plans for consideration  by the'branch prior to the 1973 annual  meeting which is scheduled for ��� Victoria'  Junte 13 to 16.  Sechelt Lanes  ���by  EVe Moscrip  MIXED   10   pins:   Gordy     McCourt   341  (178),   Gene   Breme   313   (174),  Diana  Young 319. (184), Lil McCourt 241 (137),  and Pella Poulson 337 (174).  Ball   and   Chain's     Rodger   Hockhi.ll  scored a 701 triple and smashing Single of  288 ^  Others   Fid Nicholson 631, John Kelly  672, Walter Kohuch 601, arid Matt Jaeger  609.'  p_nd legal\plan diking the coming year  &ays vice-president John D. McAlpine. _  Addressing a meetih| of the branrch's  provincial council in J Vahcouver, McAlpine stated that the subject would be  one of two areas of public concern receiving emphasis in the hranch's program  lor the current^ year.  The second is a continuance of the  branch's study on the administration of  justice in B.C. in cooperation with the  Law lief onn Commission. M'*. Justice  Thomas Merger has agreed to continue to  serve as chairman of the special committee of the branch which presented its  initial report  last May.  The.branch has apopinted Sholto Heb-  enton of Vancouver as chairman of- a  special study committee on prepaid legal  services plan. Commenting on the committee's initial planning, ��� Hebenton told  the meeting that pioneering programs  aimed at extending legal services to  what might be.\ he described as the  lower' middle incomp grdiYps are already  operating  in seyeral  parts  of the U.S.A.  Officer  honored  Capt. John H. MacLeod receives congratulations from Col J. A. Arnott  for 22V2 years of meritorious service.  MacLeod entered military service1 in  1950" at Vancouver and received his  commission in April 1967. He is currently assigned as a staff officer per  sonnel in North Bay. This base is the  home of the headquarters for the  22nd Region of the North American  Air Defense Command (NORAD).  Capt. MacLeod's father, J. - H. MacLeod lives in Wilson.Creek. B.C.  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  Municipal Voters List  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sit ot the  Municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the FIRST day of NOVEMBER next from    ||  the hour of ten o'clock until the hour of twelve o'clock in the morning,    ^  for the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the  part of any person to be added to fhe list of Voters, and remove  any names incorrectly placed thereon.  The list of Voters as corrected and  revised by the Court of  Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Election to be held  in the month of December 1972.  October 11, 1972  E. T. Rayner  Clerk  READERS' RIGHT  Much tlepeiicls on our new gov't  BASICALLY   the  economy   of  British   Fortunately, some of the major projects  Columbia is sound ancl it possesses,   now   under  construction  will  add  jobs  . _->_. 9 .9 1 J       a. __        _y..___..  \_' _. m.       /mMfD-lfkn/^A  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times.  A  noiii-ile-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by ihe writer.  producing   an   electrically   warmed   bed-  great potentials  It is hoped that our new government will realize these possibilities and  constructively assist in the expansion of  the economy of British Columbia. The  new government members will be well  advised to remember that if the free  peoples' enterprise system is to sue--  ceed it must not be hamstrung with unnecessary  and  even   unwise  legislation.  Most visitors to British Columbia  who know something about the area  and its potentials agree that there is  a great future -provided labor-management relations do not constantly erect  ...... 4roadblqcks.,7������*������,���,  ,   .        ,   .   , i,  The Bank of Nova ��� Scotia in its  Monthly Review dealing with British  Columbia states the problem 'succinctly:  "Activity since the late spring has been  impeded by a scries of major work stoppages and resultant layoffs in other nf-  ,���,,��� l'cot,ed,.iiidustries,^^  Commenting on the province, the  bank review slates: "British Columbia  has hianiiged'UV continue the strong  business momentum achieved in lS)71,  and has thus remained one of the fastest growing areas in the country. Main-  Newest garbage pile  Editor, The Times,  Sir:  The residents  of Lower  Gibsons  were pleased when the recent beautifica-  tion of the old cemetery was accomplish-,  ed,  I'm sure.   �� -*'r * "!~A"    i>l   " ' 7  Look at it now, folks, and weep. Weep  for the filth that strews the dying grass,  and weep for the broken pop bottles  smashed against the headstones of respected (?) pioneers who lay there. Weep  for the apathy of the village fathers  who could obviously care less about  civic pride and proud forebears. Weep  for the snickers of the tourists who follow  thq leaders and dump another load of  peanut shells on the dirty seats.  I used to spend many a contemplative  and pleasant hour there, but now I walk  on by and wish and wish for just one  protest that might shame somebody Into  doing something about this  newest gar-  brtfjo pile .���'      (MVS.VM. 7K)AN McBTUDE  Square sausages?  Editor, Tho Times,  Sir: I just road in tho Sun that tho  Russians are worried about terrorism,  Would this have un'y connection With tlio  ly on the strength of mammoth.,lumber    o -  i        j��i ���, ���    _,  ���. Alpmcnia'uhe province's fores! industry    SqUamiSll   BOilm   WH1S  has recorded largo gams over llic plist        * i i  lop journalism award  rgo gains over me" pit  two years."  , The revic1w,��,,wanis,r,liowover, Mud  there Is a serious;������unemployment problem. While employment during tho,first  seven months of 1972 was 5,8 above the  comparable period ol7last, year,, the seasonally iHlJustcd unemployment rale has  edged up lo over 7Va'( after a notable  'Improvement In the closing months 'of  Inst year.  Worldwide, British   Columbia   lins  and they may lead to further confidence  oh the part of business and investors  generally. Such projects include the hydroelectric developments on the Columbia and Peace rivers, enlarged port  facilities at Vancouver and Squamish,  and a natural,gas treating plant at Fort  Nelson.  As the new government takes a  moderate position and business finds  that Victoria is not out to destroy the  business} and economy of British Columbia, there should be further expansions in capital layout and British Columbia will beconie a more attractive  area in which to locate industry and  lii.sihessi;generally.'A' great deal of the  immediate future of British Columbia  depends on the attitudes and actions of  the "men and women in VictoriiCln view  of the province's natural raw materials,  the superb climate, the geographical  position," and an excellent labor mar-  ���kxMrthC''ee()nomy-of-BritislvaColiimbia  can grow and expand rapidly provided  Victoria does keep in mind the;biisic���    raqt, ..compared Jo lho ..way ..,Mkjj|nyQrs,  economic facts of 'life.' The new gov-    tronl their opponents In the league Knmos,  ernmenl -can  virtually  make Or  break    tholr play against the CCCP, though brilliant at tho ond, was a,s fjontlo as lllllo  ..Iris playing tag at a school picnic,  , , However, one Is,not greatly.concerned  wjth lho Hu^hiiV'li'oi.bleH,     '  pan. Delicacy forbids me to write a TV  scenario to  advertise  that.  J.  S.  BROWNING  Xmas 7ma.il  deadlines  DON'T look now, but. here comes Santa  .   Claus!  And  just ahead  of him  is  the  Can-j  ada Post Office which has now released  . the first mailing deadlines for Christmas.  Canadians   are   given   the   choice   of  sending their Christmas parcels by surface, which  may  take  longer  but costs  . less, or by air mail, speedier but more  expensive,   For < unsealed   parcels   under  one pound, Canadians cdn benefit from  the  new  small  packets  rale  of  postage  ^���^for both 'air and''surface,  While you havo until the beginning  of December to mall parcels by air to  1 overseas destinations, 'the' deadline is  October 2 for surface parcels going hi  the Middle East, India Pakistan, Bangln-.  desh, Sri Lanka* (Ceylon), all of Australasia and Oceania (except Australia and  reoenrivoekey''g^  * 2 WEEK SPECIAL *  ENDS  SATURDAY/OCTOBER  21st  fo.rc.of.  versus Canada?  As  a  matter of  this beautiful, progressive province.  r  Japan o,nd I long Kong���-October 20),  ..���...And  the, .deadline... Is, Qetobei;...... (I,,���for,  allot Africa, with the cxcoplloii nf South  Africa  (October 20),  Other deadlines for International surface parcel pout t.ro: Octobor l!'-~-Cuba;  October !",()-���-Kin'opo (except Britain),  Central' 'arid' Smith America \ (except,  Cuba); ���November 10���Britain,- '       7  Deadlines!I'or International air parcel  post, ancl for parcels going in dost ina-  Being''ebbk; 'housekeeper; 'nurfio and  general I'aoloUini, 1 am moro Interested In  gracious living In the kllchon. So, In this,   .,       ,    ..   ..   A      .      ., .. .    ,.     ..   .  , mo or,',walking.on 'the mnoni momnm    l^nTl^NorthMmerlen, inl   in lho' ilrtf.  to Venus, dental acupuncture, etc., why    tw" wftftkq nf "��"'"���������-  'does>��� ho- one' irtvont   <square  sa'uRagoH,  which will stay whoro you want thorn In  the fry, pan Instead ,of; polling, over? 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"FiirlhormoVb,'when ono of yoiil.right  lads liavp invonlcc] as above, what about  new government may  '��>   do, business Is bolnjn- eaallous, Caplial    editorial which studied the Illegal -nip  v,   omlays this yenr tire on'tho modest side,   of  narcotics  in Kamloops, -, ��� '    ~��� ���-H,i��_f*;*ffS'.w*'S  president of corporate communications,  nttthh-nnntinlTmeetlnK**"Of-*l)iCr**Weekly"  NewsP'tpers /Vssoelatlon,  ,  Jtift' the lQlh ;conflccutWQ' yoar MP  has made ihe awards, '  The. Independent panel of Judges who  PWI|_W_WWIW��MIWWIWM^^  ^ThE PENINSUI^piweA-  Pabllflticd Wcdhc��day�� nt Sechelt  9��i JJ.C's Sunshlno Cmwt  ��� * .   .   by   .    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Gesso,  Turps, Oils, Sprays, Oil Pastels . , .  ih  cm (I more  at: your Men dm ^>lore  ���Am*wmm'*tom  ���wm iumii <��m*me$f!)<m94*  imnninninnrrTTrrTiTTrni���*" ~*"*"" ~"'"" r ' i "i i i r"rn~rTrn,~TTniuiiiiifiiMiiuiiuj..jaiwiiMMiiMWMI|,wll  laWnwi-i^iW ^v9>mtt^)ti^Mii)ttif9^^ ��.. <,rr_   _,, t. "yr"^^WWWl9n^010tlN.  9^Jke [��Jjalil&t''&h  m��4tmmm9mmm9m9mtm94m4i9^  .itiww'1  "Grumbacher Agent'*  mmMm__m��mmMmmMmm_*MM*f^ffiiiif^  ,       7.       lil  !'    1 .      '     l        ,      '' ,,,'.���  Phono 885^9817 II       . I   H . ■«*'.    a
Vocal   group  due
A vocal ensemble from Vancouver,
The Concert Group, will hold a, re'c-
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-.^™  Guide leaders sought
"?%S \ Seche/f, Pender Harbour
'* £^3   ^>C^pBER   meeting Nof   Sechelt   LA   to
"  |j ^Guides and Brownies was held at the
home of Mrs. C. Connor, Halfmraon7Bay7
Mrs. -Harriet Newton, chairman, opened Ihe meeting with the prayer, tt\en ii>-
tr^duc-ld   a   new   member,   Mrs.   Evelyn
Ch'appell. 7Despite   colds   and   flus   there -
were 10 members present. .
Mrs.  Diane  RpnriPr  said  the  Rangers
: wepe  undecided   as   to  what   their   plans
are. N
Nn guide leaders havo been found ft>r
all those eager girls that left Brownies
last year, ll was decided lo advertise for
two leaders for Sechelt Guides and. one
Tawny OW1 to assist Mrs. Bev Duval of
Pender Harbour pack.
First   Srcjielt   Fairy   Godmother,   Mrs. x
Lynn Jorgenson, reports their pack is still
accepting sqckmgs, felt, odds and ends of
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Wednesday, October 17, 1972   '   The Peninsula Timer Page B-3
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ita'i  at R nm     qatii'rdnv   Apt   01    in     Paint'and material,  ice cream tubs,  cof-
ltat at 8 p.m., Saturday, Uct. 21, in    fee^ canSj  birthday  or .Christmas  cards,
fancy gift wrap paper.
Tweenies   are   ready   for   enrollment
the United Church Hall, Gibsons, under the auspices of the Sunshine
Coast Arts Council, fhe group consists of Betty Work and Irene
(JrQundwater, sopranoes, Derek Mac"-
Dermot, baritone and Dianne Globe,
piano accompanist.
Blake C. Alderson D.C.
Post Office Building Sechelt
Phone 885-2333
Wednesdays and Saturdays
10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
Oct.  24.  There are  19 girls  in  the  pack.
There was av good response from  the
letters sent home  to the  Brownie  mothers asking for their help.
A leaders training session for division
will be Oct. 21-22.
Plans are underway for the Brownie
Revel to be held in Sechelt in June. This
will be for the whole division which includes Texada, Powell River, Gibsons,
Pender Harbour and Sechelt: There could
possibly be 300 girls involved.
Next meeting will be held at the home
of Mrs. Florence Tait, Selma Park, Nov. 1.
TENDER.Harbour Parent-Teacher Assoc
iatioh is in danger of folding. This
s\vas the fear expressed by immediate
Past President Mary Kingston at th^
PJT.A. meeting-^held-Wednesday, October. _
4 at Madeira Park school. "Membership
and attendance haye been dwindling over
the past few years.
If the organization does not spark
more interest it may have to be replaced
by a Parent's Auxiliary. A Parent's Auxiliary would meet at the discretion of
parents and any issues on education
would havex to be presented through a
neighbquring  P.T.A.  organization.
Primary reason for keeping a P.T.A.
is to have a voice through the B.C. Parent-Teacher Federation in presenting our
opinions to the Department of Education.
The^ Provincial Federation was instrumental in getting kindergarten into
the B.C. school system. It is working for
better diagnosis, treatment and Opportunity fur children with learning disabilities. It Is urging changes in financing to facilitate more community use of
schools. "■■    ■
As a member of a local association in
B.C., you automatically become a mem-x
ber of the Canadian Federation of Parent-Teacher Associations. This is the link
with' federal government authorities affecting your child's education and welfare. This organization has in the past
passed resolutions to be presented to the
respective federal authorities on the
Young Offenders Act, Children's Programmes  on  the  CBC,   TV   commercials
—by Diana Bomford-^phone 883-^440*1     co,
ainu-d'at  children,   pollution   ot, our   en
\uianment  and  family allowances.        ;    .
In\r.rde^ to remain active a. -PTA. ;nii3t's
have   three   general   meetings     a   year.
Membership fee.  are $1.50 per year.
Approximately 20 . people attended
-ih^-.f.r-t general' meeting of the "lender
lljr'U...i\ Pl'A Wednesday. Mrs.' Phyllis
Knutson was nominated as ,President by
arclamation. Mrs. Myrtle Fraser was rein...atod as Secretary and Mr. Jack Tier-
iihh was" reinstated as treasurer. Incident ly Mr. Jack Tiernan stated * anyone
showing their PTA membership card may
see the high school games this year hah
price. N
Locally the organization, raises money
fur dispursemeot as. scholarships to high
'.chord students and for needed or improved school equipment at the elementary school. Fund raising projects -frill
be starting soon.
x Your PTA also keeps, you abreast of
educational changes in the school. Reporting for Madeira Park school,, rvTr. Verne
Wishlove, .principal explained how classes
were changing rooms this term for <spec-
. ial subjects and that a Community Recreation programme has been set up in
co-operation with the high school. New
teachers Miss Margot Ostergard, Miss
Mary  Hewgill,  Mr.   Brent  Rees and  Mr.
Jim Donnelly were introduced.
Mr. Jack Tiernan, reporting for Pender High school stated there were. 1-27
students in the school this term. 65 girls,
62 boys. One new staff member, Mrs.
Chris Krimmel, has been employed. She
teaches Home 'Ec ' and French. Two new
courses have -been introduced,- Law^II
a"nd Community Recreation. Mr. Tiernan
is in charge of this latter class in whVh
iLP_aiQr__students com., to. the elementary \
"•sschool to assist teachers with '.their classes
in physical education^.
Pender Harfcour TOPS club are welcoming new members.- They meet at the .
clubhouse" in CfardeKn Bay \Monday
nights at 1:_. p.m. Presently there are
22 . members. Anyone wishing to Take
Of\ Pounds Sensibly • can contact Mrs.
Margaret  Porter 883-2733.
A Whist Drive Y>peu to the public will
he held Monday, October \. at the Legion Hall sponsored byx the senior citizens. Cash prizes will gp to the highest
lady and gentleman „scorers. Admission
"will be 75c. Refreshments'will be served.
Pender Harbour Secondary School
Evening Programme is. underway with
General Shop starting at 7:00 p.m. Monday nights and Badminton starting 8
p.m. Mondays. The Philharmonic Group
meets Thursday at 7:00\p.m.
Top scorer of last week's bowling was
B.C. is a
beautiful place
Don't mess
it up
\    ■
Kathryn Ro$s whose high single game
totalled 301 points. Kathryn's high thre^
games ran up.612 points. Men's high\sin-J
gle game, w^is 256 scbredx byv Chai^ey
Hucka. Men's high t^tree games went to
John ,Cameroji.with 638. Tpp 'Ca$a toqfc;;
the team h_gh game totalling l066 High
po-ht_$. for the e\en_ng went t6 tne Vibi-a-
tiotis who tall-dd 19 of thii possible 24
Garden Bay Store — 883-22S3
"Fine Meats for Fine People"
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than 2,500 homes. (10,000)
readers in these economical
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for quick reference	
Sunshine Coast Business Directory
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W.  Philip Gordon
Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567
Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.
Candles, Macrame. Beads/Arts & Craft
Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.
Resin ONLY $11.25 gal.
Cowrie Street - Sechelt -  885-9817
' Telephone 886-2069
Pottery,"Supplies, classes & firing
deoter for Duncan's Ceramic producta
Pine Rd. 8t Grandview Ave.
P.O. Box 6% Gibsons, B.C.
Free Estimates - Fast Service
Drywall ocoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.
Phone 884-5315
Box 166. Port Mellon. B.C.
Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288
Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before
R. BIRKlfcL—:wBeach Ave.,,Roberts Creek, B.C. ,
- -phone 886-2551
Suppliers and applicators of
Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick
Phone for free estimate
Bob or Dick 884-5315
Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973
Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.
When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning. .
Containers Available.
Atlas .Parts and Tires
Phone 885-2812
SECHELT BRANCH—Phono 885-2201
GIBSONS BRANCH—Phone 886-2201
Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m,-3 p.pn.
Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
now back in Sechelt area.
Located across from Selma Park Store.
Phone 885-2688
Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring
Electric Heat - Line Work
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
.   Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.
Nothing Down — 10 Years To Pay
Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche — 883-2401
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Ponder Harbour r 883-2403
Fill, Cemenfr-Gravei, Drain Rock, etc,
Box 89, Madeira Park
Phone 883-2274
Drywall and Textured ceilings
. Free Estimate
,„-.»,,„„.„,.,.,».„,«.„„ phone - 886-7643 --»
t*"*** HNi,s»t*..«
Dflsoments - Drlvo^Ways - Soptlc'Tanks
1 Stumps - Pitch Lines
Call For A Froo Estimate Any Timo
JONLEY     '   Ponclor Harbour 883-2734
"For Expert Blasting
If No Answer Leave Mossaao a\
R.R; 1, Secholt, B.C.
,  .Sand — Gravel and Fill
Light Clearlng..and,.Excavating
Phone 886-7109 after 5 p.m.
i 8. ti SWANSON7 LTD.
Sand ancl G^avcJ .^Backhoos 	
1 7 Ditching'-.Excavations
(now HairShoqf Motal Bulldlna)
885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.
 __, 777:';*'*77- , : 7 r. "
PHONE 885-9550       ,
Clearlno " E»caYatlona - Road Building
Gradlno » Fill - Rood Gravol - Crushed Rock
R.R. No.   1, Madeira Park
Phone 883-2749
I, . . ! . —
Contracting and Engineering
Residential •. Commercial Wiring
Phone 886-7816
  Pender,Harbour ,
Residential'-''Industrial - Commercial
All work guaranteed - Free estimates
Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park
Phone 883-9913
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Residential - Commercial - Industrial
Gov't Certified Electricians
Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062
—• General Contractor ■—«
Residential Wiring and Plumbing
883-2426,  Box 55, Madeira  Park
Complete Instructions Provided    .
;      ,7 CONSTRUCTION •     ,
" "Iq.q Is "q Homo t>y Skannorl
Pox 869, Socholt - 8^5-2692
'7 your One Stop Building Stow 7,
1  For All Your Bulldlno N«ed« '
11653, SeavlfiW.«. Phono 686^642'	
Phone; Sechelt 885-9550
RR« No; Vr Mcidelrq P<irk, B.C.
W. Rousseau ^ Phono 883-2302
, ,  "Wo aim to please",
..I a.       '■'■ '    ■' ■
,,' Lpnd> Clearing - Road Building
Troo Topping « So|o.ct|vo Logging
Telcphonq 883-^417
R.R. 1. Madeira Park, B,C,
<- » ,      - mi    /» *i -    '    i    i i    *   i_.V7.... *
'''""'" Plrect allTcnqulrle? to:      ' ''
Pl.pQtchar at B85a.9030, 'aym. 086.7375
"«for all your
Phono 883-2663!
Madeira Park, B.C.
Phono 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220
Welcome to The Flobrshihe Coast
Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing
Spray. Buffing - Window Cleaning
Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.
Specializing in:
Poper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,
Rug Cleaning. All types of Building
Maintenance. Floor Installation.
, Window Cleaning,
Box 642 - Sachelt, B.C.
At Hie Sign of tha Chevron
Machine Shop -^ Arc and Acty Welding
Steel Fabricating "V.. Marino Ways
Automotive and MarlneJRepalr*
Standard Marino Station
.    P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.
Phone 885-2107
All Makes - All Work Guaranteed
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting
Hot Water Heating- Pipe Lagging
Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848
Repairs - Alterations - New Installations
Govt. Certified Plumber   —>   24 Hour Service
Phone 885-9014
Sales"and Service — 886-9533
Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer
Contract & Renovations
ten Coates 886-7685   '
Ray Coa.es 886-9533 -886-7872
* kuMBlNG'7|-)YDRbNlC"HEAtlNG       *
Gov't. Certified Plumber
Phone 883-2720
■■* Box > 63 *w»te-H.i***^s.fa^^Mt'.(*.*!ayM*^      ^Aocjclro *■ PorK/*! Did*
about your
Phone 886-2923
Gower Point Road
Sales and Service To All Makes
Fabric House/ Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525
Fishingj Supplies - Boats new ond
. Large & Small
Phono 886-77X1
Ro«, 886-9956, 886-9326
__,_. j.„ .gidsons .;...„,„._. _.„_,...
Nn down paymont ■ Rank Interest  ;
Top y«arf» to poy
For froo ortlmatet—Coll 581-6136 collect
.Complete lino of appliances  ,
Placing and Finishing
\"'",'.".Floors '^'Patios - Stairs *V,','"
-''I        VYqlks « DrlYQWPys
Froo Eitlmatfli Phono 885-9413
'^m~nsmrcoiFFURE* _
7    In the Bal Block
Next to the, Co-op Storo
Wf J^S*V«-1'Wi^Rl«M.t^*ls«»B»»a^4,
 , Dlonno,Aflen, Proprietor,'..
Export Hair Styling
Cowrlo St,. . Phono
Your Chrysler Dcqler for Sales and Service
Parklno'and Moorafie;AYnllable     •   ;
CoUn and Evelyn McKlnnon
Jlmtind Iris Miller,
*■ 885-2100	
Marine Ways to 4,2'
•*f-**----^Bottom-Repa| rs«
, „^     883-2535         	
Box 7 - Gordon Pay/ B.C.
 Household Moving, Packlnp, Stor^fio
"""'"""  Packlnn Materfa'ls For Sale
■    Member of Allied Van Linos,
Conacla'a No.  I Moyera
Phono 886-2664, RR 1, Gibsons, B,C
MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Croak
Perry Plant* - Bidding Plenty - Peat tfrm
,, Fu||y, MqenM Peitlcldo ^raylnfli tor   ; ;
1 Lartdicaplnfl and Tree*
Sunshine Coast flwy, • Ph. 886-^684
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B.C* Land Surveyors
Marine Building - Porpoise Bay
Sechelt, B;C.
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
Sunthln* Cent* Highway
B.x 13, Glbwn., B.C. - Phon. 886-2700
  ....4 All Brands.AvoUabl«;,.:•,. w ^	
Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.rp. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday evenlno ivy 'appointment only.
A. C. Rentals
Tools and Equipment
Sunshine Coast H'flhway and
..•",   Francis Peninsula Road 7
Madeira Park Phone 883-2585
"RENT: IT AT"        "TT!.
.   at Davl* Bay >    a
"Wo Rent or Sell Almost EverythIna"
Typewriters« Llghtlno Plants -Teleylslona
Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - I2fwn Rakes
, Mechanic's Tools
,, PHONG,885.204Q ^^HQUR SERVICE ,
A AFTER'"rtpURS 885-2151
Scows —' Logs
" Heavy Equipment Movlnfl *« Loa To'wlnfl ,
Phono 885-9425
Secholt B,C,
„ ,., i.i i., .
Bal Block - Glbions
Eyory Wednesday
™- • C-rS'-HAH-DWARr'" '	
(    SECHEl»T/J""li•C^i":'•-*,-•^>
Phono 885-9713
Ladles' and Children's Wear
Open »lx day* o week
Phone7 885-2W3
Cowrlo Street, Secholt
Ponder Harbour - 883-25)3
Electrical 7«,. i PlutViblng - Appliances
TVs - Furnitpre and Carpets
P.O. Pox 158 Madeira ParkJrtwyJOl
ot Francis Peninsula ,
Fully Insured
Sechelt Penlnsuft
■•■"'■ '089,9711 ■■*■'*»■"••""'
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In Tho Heart Of Downtown Sechelt
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closed on Mondays • •  .',...
tour Business Card
""",'" In' "this Vpaco' will,
re«ch nearly 10,000 pe^plel:
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Saloa and Sorvlco   '
Awthorlxcd Dcalor and Repair Depot for -.
, ,    QUASAJl (Motorolb) 8, PHILCO' ,.
Cowrlo  Strwr, Sechelt  —* Phono   305-2171
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li#(taMit|ltt(fl|)t^^ V  \  ' 7-.  V.  Gibsons post office notes 80th year of operation  7-'" .Kv7��i *^~^&V,&*  Original  post  office  'J I.is \ lev. sli-i.'- llii'liist huil'lmu th-.'     (iih^nii.*.   \I.-iiiui ,il  (iih-Dii.- |�������-1 i.lliii- ���.. i- in   ll v a.s mi  111"    1>..C1.    C |     till'    >l'Hl'       'ii -1     t��)    111 ���  li'M  .mil  U'liiinl  tin-  "tn'i-  i^  .In.-  ijI.I  ( mti'il    ' nun h  'Hu-;  pic in��� t>  v .is l.iU.'ii in  tin1  mid  l!i::n -  ,p~r  ~      '     '...���''���*        a'l   1  5y7��!    >       .  _ ���  77?7.^  Modern postal facility  This  is  what the post office  looks    modelling in the spring. The building  like   now    following    extensive   re-    was  constructed in 1962.  ���photos 'by Abernathy  'CvilQ&JjytP'vtti. ~. 77 >' * \ 4.. -'  -4^.7.  4-7 y.y  ;v.{,  This picture taken in 1933 shows the  Lady Evelyn tied up at the wharf  Another  view  and the store and post office are just  to the left.  * 4  This is the first buiklmg; coii^L'Ucted ^~|1jjdws "^h)Bpoi3||ioh��at Sgltool  especially for a post-"o'ffice m (jib-A'and' Gower-v^p^lfie Hkri^s  ���sons. This picture was taken in 1944    is 'flow..        ""'���.. . .7  '* ��:  First   post   office   building  Centennial sign taken from Chaster Park, Gower Point  A PARK sign, which was lho centennial  project of the Gibsons Rural Centennial   Committee,   has   been   taken   from  Chaster Park at Gower'Point.  The sign, said Mrs. J. Mahlman, described the hfstory of the park and was  constructed  with  volunteer    labor    and  donated materials. The sign is about four  feet by five feet, she said, and it is  valued at about $80. She said the sign  was taken once before, but. was replaced.  Anyone knowing the whereabouts of  the signs should contact Mrs, Mahlman,  886:2125 or the RCMP, 88(5-2245.  GIBSONS SCOUTS AND CUBS  ANNUALFALL BOTTLE DRIVE  .._ .:;   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th  Starting at 10:00 a.m. from Super-Valu  Anyone wishing further information  please contact O. Hincks 886-7896  Around Gibsons  '      ���by Sylvia MacLean, 886-2121  A  LARGE group of our senior citizens  left this week for a seven day trip  to Hawaii.  Mrs. S. B. Bracewell. who was a patient at St. Mary's Hospital has been  moved to Lions Gate Hospital in North  Vancouver.  Fishing lias been' reported very poof  in the area, with no big run yet.  ;4 ;A��,reminder,.!..please.,.call, me  at, 88(3-,���  .2121 before 'deadline;"Saturday, for your  sociul news.  . ���    Ladies   of u the .Sunshine ...Coast Golf   and Country Club wish to announce that  Ihoy will continue'their organized golf  on Wednesdays 10 u.m. weather permitting.  a*"*^ALso^Bolf^.wlJla��'be��holdw..by��-Uio��.��lub__..  I'or  everybody   and  guests  on  the  first  Saturday of each month nt 8 a.m.  Marty golfing events are being s'lul'otl'  for tho up and coming yoar.  It wnn also announced that ladles ancl  guests bridge nnd cord parties will bo  held every secopd Wednesday at 1 p.tti.  Post offide  staff        7 . '��~  Members of the post office staff are  from    left:   J,  E.  Marshall,    postmaster; Mrs. Violet Madsen, clerk;  Page 6-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/October ^11> 1972  Hdspiial auxiliary seeks  aides Ior baby clinic  THE MOI^HLY . meeting ' of Gibsons  7 Auxiliary to St. -Mary's Hospital was  held, in the,G.ibsons Health Centre, Oct.  4, Dooley Mason, president, presiding.  Verla Hobson, secretary, read a letter  from the Health centre asking for vqjun,-.,  .teers to act as helpers on Tuesdays from  2:30 to 4 p.m. The commitment involves  helping with the baby clinic one Tuesday each nibnth. If anyone is interested,  they may call the health centre, 886-  2228.  Gladdie Davis reported a successful  bridge evening 'on Sept. 25. First prize  was won by Alf Winn and Albert Crow-  hurst and second prize by Babe Gibson  and Lois MacLean. The doSr prize was  won by Harold Deppiesse.' The next  bridge will be held at the Health Centre  Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.  Oct.21 is Gibsons Auxiliary work d'iy  at the Thrift Shop, Sechelt. Dooley Mason, 886-2600, will be glad to advise  where and when to take contributions in  Gibsons. All articles will be priced and  then taken to Sechelt.  Elsie Willis gave her report On hospital volunteer workers during a busy  September.  Jean Longley and Jeannie Meadows  were appointed representatives for Gibsons Auxiliary to attend the annual BCHA meeting at the Vancouver Hotel on  Oct.   17,  18 and  19. .  Ways and means was discussed by the  meeting and a committee headed by  Jean Longley will develop a public luncheon with plans to be announced later.  Aloha buffet has been chosen as th-e  name of the "affair, to be held at Gibsons  United Church hall, Nov. 17.  The next meeting will be held at the  health centre on Nov.  1  at 1:45 p.m. .  From the pulpit  ������by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  -FALL is harvest time and across the prairie provinces acres and acres have  been harvested. And in all cases where  the farmer sowed wheat ihe harvested  wheat, where he sowed oats he reaped  , the same. And this is also true in the  spiritual and moral realm.  A portion of scripture which we  should' take very seriously is found in  the sixth chapter of Galatians. It reads:  "Whatever a man sows, that he will  also, reap. For he who sows to his ov/n  flesh will from the flesh reap corruption.;  but he who sows to the spirit will .from  the spirit reap eternal' life." This, is a  very important statement regarding the  moral government of God.  Furthermore it concerns each one of  us. We are all prone to "sowing to the  flesh". That is, we make our sinful nature the ground which we cultivate, and  from it proceeds or grows corruption and  WE  KNOW  WE'RE ALWAYS  DIFFERENT  Mrs. Elsie Star, part-time assistant  Mrs. Joyce Jaeger, clerk; Mrs. Marjorie Leslie, assistant to postmaster  and Mrs. Donnie Redshaw, part-time    ultimately the ruin-of soul and" body for  assistant.  that Westwood by sit  r.    Fire prevention    ��  ���. _paired benefit?  '   '   'THERE n nuoh a thing nn 11  good forefit I'lro,  "        Thut'fl the contention of Dr.  H,  T,  Lowlf..  n  former  U,s,  "   '. fo'rostiy'   offlclnl    who ' now  ���    t'oaehoH ut tho Unlvoi'dlty  of  1       Alborlu.  Gibsons post office  is 80 years old  GIBSONS'post1 office noted rjlsv 80th an-  niv6rs'fi;ry,''"this month, said Postmaster  J. E. Marshall.  ' "G. W, Gibsons, for' whom 'the vllla<;b  was named, w��,s tho first postmaster  serving from October 1802 to Dec, 30,  1901.  ,.,,��71'!>e,.( R.QsLj?.^^!3!1*!!!^... moclc-^tly_ in  "the "tack "or~u'"_Kol^'in'^���"b1ulidfnii"wli'lclT*  la kill standing at the foot  pf School  Road"* by- the. wharf, ��� ���������������      -       . . '  Tho first post office building constructed specifically for thut purpose  went up In 1944 where tho Harris Block  Ib ut School Boud and Gowc,r, suld Mm*  Shall,   ������ ��� ,"     a..;   ',   ...     ��� ,...... , ...   ,,.  .t The present building was construct'ed  In 1902 und was oxtoifj.lvoly romodollocl  luHt spring, ho udded, Murshull has sorv-  cd ifs^postmualor-HlncOflOBO.  Al!i6ff"GlbHOnC'6li)oV'postmnaloi,H wdro:  John II. ButUuHlow, lo 1903j Mvh, Nolllo  D, Puttoi'fion to 1000; Mrn. .1. Kmmu  Flotehor. to HUOj. WUIlum W, Winn lo  mt and' Hoboi't Telford to lOBO.   '  ever.  On the other hand if we sow to the  spirit which is  a  yielding  of  ourselves  to the influence of the Holy Spirit, enabling us to overcome fleshly influence^,7  we will reap eternal life.  Arc we going to sow moral worlhless-  ness and,decay,by,Jetting puvvsinful.de-,.  sires' dictate to us or surrender to God "  and harvest eternal life���life that is jfulk  froo, joyous and progressive.., ���,. , ���.,.-.....,..  ^��������������iiiiiii>iii>mii��i��i>i��i>>>i iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii  8 COLOURFUL IMEW  PAIMT  TOP_5  - - a, ^     ^       T^ftll,   ..*4*"��*��J( aW jj^^i '.��' ���'..(--li(��ijl.aSV-*l.��li.ii((a-i"*Sa!S*4SIW-'  in ot  ^ra&nloru  886-9941  ^"������'"���"l 1 1 11111111111111 iliiilMIIM*  BUT WHEN  QURBOSS  IS AWAY  LOOK OUT ��� ���  For  Guaranteed Service with a Chuckle,  and a Homey Atmosphere you won't  be able to  resist   More and More Quality Selection  at   B.argajn   Prjces . . .  A Merry Butcher,. |ust waiting for  Your   Special   Order ....  All in All, just one big Bunch of.  Friendly Weirdos  at  Weft 6  Gibsons  GIBSONS  .,  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  ro��ulur  buVlH,  thin  provoWl "^ J'ft,10,111?1 i'L/" tCi?Ph   !��  un-npcurnvdntlon of doucl wood <  108B;.-W���.C,,BhodOH;,to;1 ()((();,] H, IVwrk-,  Tho prohont pohI ol'flco omployH throe  , ,,iyioHL.i'iroH,iii i,i.p*'pu.,UMii'i. .;Xui^.Umfljw,��i)��H���pMi'��...WMy'��lvdii.|ijy(>..p��ii:tr ,  ed from IImIiUiIiir 1'IuhIioh unci    tlmo olorkH unci two courlorH,   '  !..,.r,.lodu..'.l..klL1.ulu')..1 Pf. cl"lul.       ipwim'n Hlnco 101)0 huvo bo^n: Howo  iund4to1dlnHaJtt1.Noy4On.be  no Cui'tuHo  to  lOfJa;  J, li  (.r)i,H,.C,.BhodeH���to ,���10(}0;  or ki'uhh, und kept too muny    mm to 1002; D, Murfltt to 1003; B, M,  yo'ui.R troora* fronv comjiotliii?    Quigley to 10(,)0 nnclD. Purke,to prownt,  with established onea. ,      Bnld*Mi\r��hull,  y' ,'���;���  Ah i'oroHt I'lro protection bo�� ^^-^^-^-_^__^_, r   eunio     more   eluboruto,   Dr. ....      ,, , .   , ���  LowJh miyri, moro l'uol wiih ul-        Alubunler  Jlook  Kudu ��nrl  AmIiIi'h.vh,  lowoct In iHjnimulnto with llio    ivnnrt-curvcil In Itnly���'ul Min Uiie'fi, Whurl' "*  ��� result 11ml -flrcw *now-'urp-p��' t"*ytfriu\r{.cctiQttr"-*���,..-*.������.^..-^���._,._-  ''������emoly    hoi, iiiMllim    hlunur   ,, ��� ���lJ '  d��)l  "*+>>���  BOB ond OLmWBLLS  'V  with to qnnounco thot they hdve taken over the business j  ^ ffon) Mary Porq/,  EFFECTIVE  NOVEMBER 1sV 1972.  M^  ft  Ul/l   IIIOI'D'  TJ)o 8nrpi|oon Ijnn t|]roo bndroomo, ontho[lrfll  "on iriinco ,"t I ropl ncdrou ncfoc^Tuinif ylbom  unci ovarioeo squnro feet of floor op��w  CONTACT YOUR WESTWOOD DEALER  1DESTUJ0Q0  BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  ��� IAIN MM. NCW W��IIMIh��l����, 9  . rilDNI M'*4\l  Froese Bros. Construction  Gibson* ��� Phono 886-2417  Irec.i ��u'a firo'uml  cluinuHo.  "Wo'ro orpuliiil \\ Hinolwy  llio Hour Hyudrimio," Dr, l.i>\vln  i'Mi))i))iiiiiii(l, miyliiH Ihul ll linn  hm-iimo .111'N.mIi,, fur Hooiuly.  und pui'lk'iiluiiy for'oj.li'y of-  flolulti, lo uucopt lllR phllOHO-'  j)h,v. lownrd-H fonml prolotilloi.,  ' a^Gi7]>frrPh(iniuH(-*(Uro^l(i|i,-f!en  orul of l)><> Cunudliu. li\ir<iM|ry  .Sorvlco, nuyt�� thorq'H.'. a jiorni  of trulli In Dr, -Unvl/i' theory,  bul nol lo tho oxtnnt of ullow-  Jn/5 nultil'o to "puiwio ||n* Wi-  Ililil firoii hiirii iiWiH'iikoii,  ��>lllimilllJ.l��llll.!llHHllll|.llllli.lilH|ll.ll��)li.HiU|.l^l!l   ..I.  I[l|ll     I     H   II    .mi-ar  . I*,!*,   |*s  A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  Suncoast Estates Ltd,  Spchott -7 Phpno 885-2241  DON'T MESS  IT UP  DRIVE WITH  CONFIDENCE  a safo car starts with good brakes  JME.ARE JVIPW^EauiP^ED  TO TURN  DISC BRAKE ROTORS  Now ���.'oqulpmont' to, compliment  ^_^���^_^ouL.SQCvlcQj__oUcy.  JURNED  CONYENTIONAI, DRUMS  'A  HI  n  m  9.  n  n  o  ���w*  n  m  In tho meantime, tho Howo Sound Farmers Institute Wre  6pcr4iting the business during tho following hours:   .,���������7'^  TUESDAY���1:00 P.M, to 6;00 P,M.  FRIDAY���1;00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.  SATURDAY���9:00 A.M, to 0:00 P.M.  I H ^liwwBmrfaapw*!!  l:ROM NOVEMBER 1st BUSINESS.HOUUSAKIH:  'DAmY'fROM 9:00 A.M, TO 6j00-P.Mr'  '  ���CLOSED SUNDAY AfcLD-tyONPAY ^ -  IrtMWJWIWWIIIIIIiWIWWW^ . -J***   I ���*       .��^*i.l>-4_f��^i*Hl*JBS^ar.>11��***U��la->--<������*4*t^��ll.     kA^.I... h.|TW<J>hBWfttBtWW,j.,i.j*^j.HT_)WW(  Good Washington ALFALFA  $65 per Tqii - ?3.80 per Bale  HILLTOP  MOTORS ;  ,' Sunihlrio1 Coast; Hlohwqy       p,-  886-7343 ^    v    ��� Glbsona B  HiD n n b'BiB a n a ii a b @a  a^^l lF^l fmml 1^^ P"^! ^^ a?^^ W91 ^^ If^* 1^^ l^^l F^^n  R.R  No.  1, Prott Bond, Gibsons  Phono 886n7B27  wm&jiwiHitmmtmmttm  w-V*  ftWWttMi^^  m&tfT***^-*  W��HMW ���,.   .   .__  ,*.ai)^(^i-:uy-_i^^  4 \  W  \    ���   "^  ���\..��.  _j�� vwrnnmm 1111,,, i i iiiji iii i y'i nTmi^rrrrrww in 111 inn ij 11 iu iy  ?v.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;,;.;.;.4^;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.v.;.; ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���-���   ��� ���;���/:���;^���^X���^^^I.^^X���^W���^Xv^^X���^^^^^X^���^X������;���^Xv^^��^Xw^!'V  ���y.''^_\''.%y.''^'.ik'.__''.'y.'7M'*'__'.__y.__'^  \%v^vv.;,y.v.v.,_v..r.v.\^y_;.y.v.\\^\%\\y.%vv.%\v.%y.v.v^^  v.'.'.'i'.'.'.v.'.'.'.'.v.'.'.'.v.'.;. .���������.���.���.���.���.���.���������������.���������.���.'.���.���.:���.:���.'.���.. ���'.v.v.v.v.v.'.v.'.v.v.y. ,. .,'. ... ��������� ��� .,.'���'��� ��������� ��������������������� ,jr  \  =���*��=  Friday, October 13 - 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  ROBERTS  CREElt COMMUNITY  HALL  MUSIC BY B&IAN SWANSON  & HOW SOUiMD? (Pen Kings)  SINGLES  $2.00    ���    COUPLES   $3.  Refreshments Served  'Kicking a man when he'Sx down  . . .  Tory censures St.  over  Overlooking the strait  Thus view looks west over Georgia  Strait near Roberts Creek. This is  just one of the many splendid vistas  on the Sunshine Coast.  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, October 11, 1972  BEFORE leaving to campaign in the lower part of the riding, John Pankratz,  the Progressive Conservative candidate  in the Coast-Chilcotin riding, expressed  concern and disappointment over a recently published telegram to the B.C.'s  hew Premier, Dave Barrett, from the  Liberal incumbent, Paul St. Pierre.  _";The Liberal candidate St. Pierre," he  said, 'tes brought federal-provincial relations to the forefront in this campaign.  In a telegram to Barrett, published in  many riding newspapers, St. Pierre com-  mmmmm9i^94mm^mmmmmmm_m_mmmMiumM9-__���VUMU___t9  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt - 88)5-9066  Hallmark-Coutts  cards  and   wrappings.  Fine   English. china   cups   and   saucers,  ��� Boutique  items,  local  artists  paintings.  94mtmmimmmim9m9m0W4mfmtmm9mii*99'94'*'*4*49'��4*mtfmii  mmuirtM**jnmnm/wmmm*_____%  'FLOATS'-  DOCKST^.. Rv\FTS        with    '  Polystyrene  Floatation Billets  an&onviile  I^Hadll^A   cJLla.  86 GavinchytSt;7f985-7101��  ��� NORTH VANCOUVER s  YlMtMiliiMMMMMMMMii/t/tUMnUMifUfMiMMMB  ments 'As you know the absence of adequate communications between the federal government and the province of  British Columbia has been a regrettable  feature of recent years'. This comment  implies that the. defeated _B.C.��� government was at fault."  Pankratz went on to say, "I ajn jvery  disappointed that the incumbent MP  would resort to 'kicking a man when he  is down'. Barrett is obviously cut from  better  cloth.  On  the  eve  of his  victory  ,.as premier elect Barrett very genuinely  recognized the services Of Premier Bennett to Our province. This did more to  heal distrust and suspicion than anything  else he could have done or said. I congratulate  Dave  Barrett,"  said  Pankratz,  ��� "for his healtlw. positive attitude at such  * ct���;ud_^l'1fime'%'^V*,ftYstyf���y���,. u'"1'.'"*'  Pankratz  explained    his    Relief  t)iat  , "[The Innuendo that B.C. is at fault over  federal-provincial disputes, is misleading.  It takes two to make a fight,". he said,  "and I know from personal experience as  a senior civil servant in both B.C. and  Alberta that the Liberal Government in  Ott&Wa has" fanned the flames of dis-  ., harmony in Canada- by grasping^for more  nnd more power in financial "matters."  He continued, "I have represented  B.C. at numerous Federal-Provincial con-  ' forences under  bolih ...Conservative.... and���  Liberal administrations. There is a basic  difference. When the Conservatives were  : ���, in offices-jhe provinces enjoyed ..consider-:  able   'autonomy   in   deciding   how   their  monies were to be spent at hon)Ov /"Phis  Ta.'is-'as-it-sliould'-.be.-4-��� > ;,.:,.>.._, :,.;7v.v.>,.*,....  "As   sopn   as   the   Liberals" qnme   1o  powGr llje bureaucrats  in Ottawa were  imnnnniuuinni-nntwirinnnniirtrtiTT-        ''������������������������������������������������������������m������m��i--hi---i--h  DANCING  <>**** j*Ws w <w*.*$j has. WV��!.. (��. Mitf*. ���swwi-1 is..*  It  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  "SPARKLING APPLE  Bost in Live Entertainment  SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  14  : ;jpiN'iJimuN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway $0%��� Coyer Chaise ��� 886-2472  given greatly expanded control over  federal-provincial spending matters. Good  ideas from the provinces were very frequently vetoed. Arrogance and high-  handedness replaced trust and good faith.  That is the. major cause oi7 the lack of .  communications between. Ottawa and the  provinces".  Pankratz summed up: "In looking to  the future I am confident that Dave Barrett will not sell out B.C. to anyone  including Eastern Canada, and I know  that a Conservative Government in Ottawa is committed to working very closely with each and every provincial government   regardless   of   political   stripe".  Six versons convicted in  GibsonS'proVmticfTcourt  BOWYER Basil Smith, Gibsons, was  .(fconvicted in provincial court on a  chaifge of failing to submit to a breathalyser test. He was fined $50 or 10 days  in jail.  Thomas Frederick Stenner was convicted of driving' a motor vehicle with  a blood alcohol content of more than  .08 per -cent. For his offence ho was  fined $300 or 15 clays in jail.  David Ernest Fossett, Gibsons, wfis  convicted of possession of marijuana and  fined $200 or' 15 days in jail..  '. Paul Mulligan, Gibsons, was convicted under lhe Log Salvage Regulations  ^nKd^flri6d^$100.''6r:^1'0-''dM>s"'iiT'"jn1ir'-Tho-.  regulations stated the salvager must pluetv  an identification mark on the Ond of  ��� each' log* and' Mulligan * failed lo do ��� so,"  court was told.  Alfred Whiting, Gibsons, , wns fined  $300 or If) days on a clinrgu of Impnirud  driving.'  MM  MIGHTY MITES  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  Use    them    for    steady,    low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  THE T/iVlfS  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  ANAVETS  3  CARDS  FOR  $3-00  OTHER  CARDS  I IMS IDE  3  CARDS  FOR  $2.00  MW*_Mm9m9mmmwmim9_M-mtmnmmHM_mmm9imi%t,t9i9miti  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  OCTOBER 14th, 8 P.M.  19  GAMES���$20.00  ���������-���������   LAST GAME���$500.00     ��  * Door Prizes!  * Refreshments!  l .-._____ * i _y  BUYCANADA  SAVINGS BONDS  ST/MIT SOMETHING GOOD TODAY  !/_,ta.&>*:ii.{^K-^Wi.-*,. ._.  'utHfr^f'���*,!��.*>(S��*^*t^4*'ili+4(i5il.l(����*i*a,iUf. #.<-^l_ij<i(|3J#t{TM tf,-&. S*J.* f**  ^UUJJHJullHUMMinilin^WWMWMMWl'WWW''^^  ,rt.,,..  #.  '%.  EXPANSION  SALE  1     1| |ajj^ift!s��*��wlrt<IIW��^  continues  OCTOBER  14th  '!<   if f  Extended care, home  topics of Roberts Creek  A NURSING homo may be n more immediate ' necessity   than   an   onlurg.-:l  oxlondod-cnre mill al SI, Miu\v'sJIosplt.il,  This  was  I lie  opinion  expressed   by  some members nl the Oct. 2 hieotlni; of  lho  Roborls   Crook    Ilospllal   Auxiliary'  hold In SI, Aldnns Church Hull.  ,. A.cllHCU8sl-)n���waHJioUl1roi{ardlng,neod  for enlarging . tlio < .wonnnd "���'the" soi'vloei.'  of lho cxlonded-cnro unit,        ((  .,,,  Tho nuxlllnry's nnnunl coffoo pnriy  will bo hold poo, I from, 10 n.m. lo IU  1 n.m. In SI7 AJclnn's CljurclV".ITull.".Con-*  vonor for lho pvont Is Mrs, M, Arl'uoMo  who Is U)0lU|i/{ for ohhIhUuico. * ���  ���'l4"'"'-T|iO"mixlllni,y,'wlll"Hon(t,'-lwo'(lolofjrtioH  to llio convention In Vuncouvor, il wiih  nnnoiincod,' Next mooting oi'1 Iho uroup  W111T'|lO*N 0 V*1'H F*"*ttmmtamlmiimmmF  ���"���'���" * -���*:������ '-7 StdrPsdmetHihg?  Canada Savings Bonds! They're the   go-qhead.vyqy.to.saYQipr.Jho.luture,. ,,  without worry. They're backed by all the  resources of Canada and they pay gdod  interest yeqr after year.  New Canada Savings Bonds yield  an average of 7.30% a year when held  to maturity, Each $100 bond begins  With $5.50 Interest for the first year,   pays $7.00 interest for the second year,   .  pays $7.50 Interest for each of the next  fouf years, and then pays $7.75 Interest  for"each of the last six years. On top  ,  of this you, can, earn Interest on your   Interest and make each $100'gr'6vY to  $233,25 In just 12 years.,  '' .  'Canadd'SSvIngS'BonHs'dfe Iristanf  cqsh. They can be redeemed anytime at  .yoyrbqnk.at their,full;face value plus,,  .earned iritetrest,  Canada Savings Bonds are eqsy to  buy. They're ayailqble in qmount.s  ranging from $50 up to a limit of $50,000.  -*���"*  *l*Mi.^T'iWirtv^-i*��M!|(J- | .*��;��..1 ('l*i��1 jj ��� &t;mV>tKi'*..-. *>!j��iiiliS''��� fJS,Wi��,M'''*Jf*wuhi ��� ���' ��(_atf,��^*!T).'.*t.4JV^"ft,��'^'*i^��,Wi^i_.fc'tV.  You cqn buy them in three different wqysj  (q) for cqsh where you work, bqnk or  '���'Invest'"1""""'"      ��� ��� ���������^"���������"'^'^���"���-i-:-"'-'t .'���".������'������.-   (b) on Instqlments through the Payroll t  SoYings Plan whore you work  (c) or on instalments through tho  Monthly Savings Plan where you  .,'.bqnl..'or.lfl.veslv., .,77:,..':7/77 '.'.':. '*..,.,  Go ahead! Start something Qood  todqyl Buy Gqnada Sqylngs Bonds..  *��<tl.aa(^j(i*j��a|aSl^t)!la  L  I ,, a I a , ,   f.  "___��*' jp^'iyiif*^Ea|^^^  LOORCOVERINGS LTD.   ���(���'��*  .    IW-fl   tfrlH   4     *   .  i 65^S��iwhlfio* Cwl���t-Hl9hW���<,f*wyf,9a,*rt-IU>ad,-0,b,0,,,  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS   ��� Tl"U5S ^ * LiNOtfiMMS  ��� HOURS. , _  HMmm^mmmmm  -11�� I) 11   'I t  ' ForoJDonrR or tho Cnmol rnnmod N01MI1  Amorlonn j^Io^ih ,,fill . million, yom'fl iu(o,  Nnllonnl Cloo/p'iiphlii HtiyM.      ,\  WlHdom roqulniH thut wo poiu,1 11 lit 1 lo  oil of dollento ooui'tony on 'lho vNiooln of  frlontlHhlp...  , _ ..,.,.._.��� ,,,,,2.Z������,m,,.,.   THIS ISA $5.00 SPOT!  (Loss whpn on contract)     ety'  ���,  Yqur   gdyortlslng . In   thl?  .   space   will,  roach   nearly  2/500_ hopnos  (oyor ��,PQ0  T^po^l^TTqeh^l^okTIt's'tlio*  ^most   economical   way   to  rbqch"more Sunshine Coost  pooplo because T|mos ads  "^nsonnwrpfiowr homosrthai  '    cluced In this area,  Tli TIMES  805-9654 (Sochelt) ���    866,7344 (QlUni)  X  iwwmwWi^^  mtmmmmmiififm *  \  \  A  ?  m  ���     "���' . ..>���;��� ' ���-  r   a ,  Places arid kkouSes  %  Page B-6  Wednesday, Prober  THIS article Xv.ill discuss the effects ox  shape on the size and cost of houses  and public services, and since this applies directly to our regional district, and  hence,��� all our pockets, this is what will  be used as a large scale example.  Roughly, the Sunshine Coast Regional  District is 60 miles long by three smiles  broad for an area of 180 square miles  This same area could be covered by  a square with each side about 13 Vz miles  long or a circle having a diameter of  roughly   15  miles.  "\ ���by Dennis Shuttleworth  and accurate estimates of.first and operating  costs.  Exactly the same rules apply Hvhen  building houses. The long, ��� lean ranch  house, which was designed foiyand pro-  ' perly belongs in a warmer climate, is a  wasteful and needlessly expensive abortion, when copied here. A \small edition  of 1,000 square feel would probably have  a 50-foot fengtli and be 20-feet wide"  This gives a wall length of 140 feet and  a wall to be"covered of 1,400 square feet.  For the same area, a square house of 32  the Peninsula Times     Operation showing profit ...  , October 11, 1972 , ^ -���-^ ��� ��� r-^���V ,  7   Chilcotin MP qpfens  Indian timber project  Riding needs  says Tory  ������.���>. .&N ALL-Indian timber operation at Fish     couple\of years to have the gentre oper-  "00.   Lake in the Military Reserve area of ���        '���     - ������     ~    ������ \     ~    ���  t>A'he Chilcotin  has been  officially opened  If it was decided to fence our district    Teet  sides,  has   128  feet  of  wall   length  it would take 60 plus 60 plus three plus  three or 126 miles of wire. For the same  area as a square, it would take four  times 13'/2 or '54 miles and for a circle,  it would be about 47 miles. Thus, it takes  in the order of three times as much  material to do a job in our regional district as it woyld in a circular or square  one of the same size. This unalterable  and basic fact should be understood and  remembered by all taxpayers, as this  region has to grow for the reasons shown  in earlier articles, and will have to have  emergency medical facilities (eg Pender  Harbor medical clinic), central sewage  systems, and the other "luxuries" of  country life, which become Vital necessities when a district bursts at the  seams with people. Most of these costs  will be unavoidable and the only way  to save is to review non-vital items with  a fine-toothed comb and  to require  full  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  $  (DOLLARS)  Starring Goldic Hawn  (MATURE)  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,  October 11, 12, 13  RETURN   ENGAGEMENT  McCABE & MRS. MILLER  plus  KLUTE  .BOTH    RESTRICTED)  Warren Beatty and Julie Christie  Jane Fonda and Donald Southerland  Saturday, Sunday, Monday,  October 14, 15, 16  and 1280 square feet of area to be covered. This represents a^saving of material  of 10 per cent, not to mention the cost  of labor to erect it. For a little thought,  this   can   be   money   in   your pocket.  As you can see, the larger the hou'._\  the larger the saving. Since a house represents two kinds of costs���first building" or capital costs and operating costs,  which include interest charges, heat, light  and repairs, anything you save backs up  all the way along the line, and can  amount to several thousands of dollars  over the life of a mortgage.  Smaller exposed surface areas also  mean lower heating costs, and this is  going to be ever more important. The  world's reserves of fossil fuels (oil. gas,  coal etc.) are being used at a faster rate  than new sources are being discovered,  and this includes Alaska, Libya, the North  Sea and. the Eastern continental shelf of  North America. Because of this, the day  must come when governments will have  to limit usage, and those, who have prepared for it, will have done Canada and  themselves a good turn.  Automatically, this changes the conventions on the amount of insulation  to  be   used.  The  nol  too  old  idea,  that  1 inch in the walls and a super-luxurious  2 inches in the ceiling was more than  ample, is- already on its way to the  museum. Electrical utility companies arc  suggesting 3'/2 inches in the walls and  (T- inches in the ceiling, when electrical  heating is used, and ere long, it will  fall in the economic range for oil or gas-  heated homes. An additional saving is  possible by using reflective aluminum foil  for a vapor barrier, which doubles as a  radiant  heat   insulator.  The next, and final, article of this  series will deal with modern developments in housing, plus a bit of background on the National. Building Code  from the viewpoint of one, who helped  a   bit   in   its  preparation.  ON THE campaign trail this week, John  Pankratz, the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Coast-Chilcotin  riding, continued to cover a lot of ground.  During the week he held meetings  and attended, coffee parties and social v  gatherings in Canim Lake, Forest Grove,  100 Mile House ?and Lillooet. He even  managed to squeeze in a flying visit to.  Powell ��� River Monday in order to register his nomination for the up-coming  election. \  On the hustings, Pankratz stressed  many times that tfie purpose-ot_his' visits  to as many parts of the very large riding  as possible is "to meet with and above  all listen to, as many people as possible."  "I feel very strongly,^' he said, "that  it is terribly important for the Member  of Parliament to be thoroughly informed  as to the wishes and desires of his constituents. It is not sufficient to keep the  electors informed of his movements. He  must keep himself informed about what  is. needed in the riding. Communications  between the electors and the elected ars  vital in a democratic and truly- representational  government." ->  He said that "communication is a  two-way street. This means that the MP  must use all the means available to  him  to  listen  to his  constituents."  During the week Pankratz returned  to this theme several times. "It is time  that the people of this riding had a  spokesman in Ottawa who truly transmits their wishes and actively seeks for  solutions to their problems with tire relevant   government   department.  "The key word here is spokesman.  It is only through their MP that the  majority can make its feelings and needs  known at government level. It is the  job of the MP to be this line of communication and in order to fulfill this  function the Member must spend the  .maximum. - time travelling������- around - the  riding and  listening  to  the  people."  Pankratz stated that it is his intention to maintain constant two-Way communication with the riding if elected  and to spend his time in the riding with  his constituents when not required to  be in Ottawa.  jSfey Paul St. Pierre, MP for Coast Chilcotin.  Noting that the baby is "already born  ^nd a healthy -one" St. Pierre congratulated Anahim Chief Douglas Hance and  the Chiefs of fourteen other reserves  east and west of the Fraser who have  formed Cariboo Indian EnterpVises. Their  operations began in August and are showing a profit reported manager Hance.:    -.  St. ^ Pierre noted that the development of the Indian Enterprises had encountered many difficulties in coming to  .fruition since the original Indian Affairs  economic study had been made following  the Fish Lake Forestry School closure.  The timber grows on lands held, by the  Department of National  Defence.  The MP also revealed that he wrote  to Mrs. Eileen Dailly, the new B.C. Educ-X  ation Minister to urge re-examination of  earlier studies aimed at re-opening the  million dollars worth of Fish Lake School  buildings which were offered to the provincial authorities for a dollar a year  lease. He has also urged Indian Affairs  Minister Chretien to. do nothing to dispose of the buildings in the meantime.  Chief Hance told the meeting and St.  Pierre that while Indians in the area did  not favor the forestry school operation  in its original form, they were strongly  in favor of use of the centre as a vocational school, teaching a variety of trades  to Indians of the interior region. It was  noted by Chief Irving Harry and others  at the meeting that the drop out rate is  high among Indians from remote areas  who are now sent to the major cities  for vocational training. The Fish Lake  Camp he said offered an ideal location  for people to feel at home in the wilderness  setting.  St. Pierre noting the "waste" of  spending as much as $40,000 a year to  keep the buildings standing idle, expressed  the  hope  that  plans of the  last  ate as a branch of the Cariboo Regional"  College can now come to pass. He promised  to . continue  working  toward   this  abjective.  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