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 w  \  A  7  May be impractical.,.  Oibsons coiincil refers vote  on recreation to committee  WITH Sechelt council denying a vote  on the recreation centre, it might  make such a referendum impractical  throughout the regional district, Gibsons  Mjiyor Wally PeteVSon told council, last  week.  ��� Sechelt village council unanimously  opposed a referendum on the recreation  centre in the municipal elections.  Peterson said: "To be fair the referendum should be held over the whole area.  We would, all,like to see a recreation centre but we still must face costs."  Aid. Winston Robinson said that to  hold a vote' during municipal elections  is not too costly.  Aid. Ted Hume moved with "a second  by Robinson, that the matter be referred  to a committee for study and report. The  council will meet Oct. 24.  Roberts Creek Volunteer - Fire Department's offer of $100 for Gibsons' surplus  \  fire  truck was  all but  ignored.  Peterson said that Roberts Creek's  offer is open to a counter offer. The council will go ahead with its plans to prepare a circular on the unit.  Council denied a request by BE Electric to operate a business in a portion  of DeVries builcUng on Wyngaert Road.  Council held that the. location is not suitable for such a business enterprise.  ^Council approved in principle a site  for townhouse buildings proposed by Seaway Ventures TL-td. on the LaBonte property. However, acting on a recommendation of planner Robin Buchan, North  Vancouver, council will allow only 11  units on the site not^ 12 as Seaway proposed.  Council referred to Buchan a request  by R. O'Connell to build a motel at Hill-  crest Avenue and North Road. O'Connell  said that he wanted to start five units  immediately.  ._*��� ��� ���ir",f<ir-*t*W(J^ j.-^, Vl  \fc  V  ENINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Soiuind to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hppkins J.an<Jing, Grbnthqms.Lanc.ing, Gibsons* Roberts Creek,  /'  Wilson^Creek; SelmoTfark, Secheli, Halfmoon. Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira" Rprk,:Gar-fen7Bay,. Irvirie's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER OK THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. Volum�� 9, No  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. IU2  Union   *^   Label  This Issue.14 Pages --r 15c  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1972  At unity conference...  Non-status Indians build  new platform for policies  AT THE unity conference of Etc. Association of Non-Status Indians held on  the Sechelt Indian Reserve recently,  delegates nailed a number of planks into  their "platform". ..  Included were recreation, employ1  ment, economic development, political  involvement and h.>\js\j\��, .policies.  RECREATION  The-Indians would like to seek recreation directors set up programs getting  people to participate and be leaders in  all sports and to instruct these people  in the sports they are interested in.  "One sport we would like brought  into all communities is lacrosse. It is  a game that the native people originated  and have played since" before the arrival  of the earliest explorers," the statement  said. .  EMPLOYMENT  "We are an organization whose motto  is: 'Social justice must be won with  pride and dignity.' It is impossible to  achieve this goal without the opportunity  of meaningful employment. Yet, unemployment among our people reaches an  atrociously high percentage in many  areas of British Columbia."  "One of the major challenges of BCANSI must be to motivate its members  towards entering the mainstream of the  multi-cultural society, on their own  terms, through meaningful employment."  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT  The Indians feel they must have own  ership and control of their owh financial  institutions.  They presently control Coyote Credit  Union, the only such all-native Indian  controlled organization.  "It is our view that the non-status  people of B.C should be given a voice in  the redirection of the investment of the  First Citizens Fund to native financial  operations. This fund, specifically set up  for all native Indians, must be utilized  to create economic opportunity for our  people. No long should it be allowed to  remain stagnant, rather let it be used as  a catalyst, and be a means for economic  achievement for our people."  POLITICAL   INVOLVEMENT     Non-Status  Indians feel that- it's - im-��-  portant to become politically involved.  "But involvement without awareness  of the social and economic issues must  of practicality limit us to a, minor role.  Rather it must become the duty of our  non-status leadership to bring an awareness of political: alternatives to our peo-   pie. Then, and only then, may we exercise our electoral franchise to best effect.  "Without prejudice to any political  party, we would urge all candidates, now  and in the future, to give serious consideration to the special problems faced  daily by our people."  Aid. Mandelkau quits  "Y^,-".-,>;_h  ... -a*, ,* "���    - >l       ._       ' '_  ������3*   I*V     iA*   ���    '   .���._  Pallbearers    carry-  Greene's casket down the steps of  St. Hilda's Anglican Church, Sechelt.  Funeral  service  for Canon Greene  was Friday and sermon was given  * ^jjMt_i____  r  I   VU>  _  '0  % t  f * A  '  '      t.'. *7'  .  FuneralJn St.cMildcrs...  B.C.s s<ea-going  COUNCILS TO MEET  Sechelt village council will meet tonight at.-,7:3,6...in the village office, Gibsons council will meet Oct. 24 at 7 p.m.  and the Sunshine Coast Regional District  board meets;'Oct. 26.'at-7:307p;m7ih"the:  Davis, Bay  offices.  HOUSING  The non-status Indians feel that it is  the right of every individual, regardless  of origin, to have decent shelter.  "That segments of our population  in  B.C. must live in substandard and totally  inadequate  housing is  coihpletelj/hiriac- '  ceptable to us/'  The Indians deqry the fact that unethical land speculation has made real  estate a commodity that is beyond their  rfeach and they urge that such speculation  Stop immediately.  "It is therefore felt that the provincial  government^ as the largest land holder  in the province, make available on long-  term lease, at nominal cost, crown land  to individuals who wish to build a personal family dwelling.��� i  "The trend that see's Canada becoming  a qation of tenants, subject to the will ,   TT     .,_,,,  be ended." The funeral, held in St  'Sea-going  priest's last voyage'  Canon Alan by the Rev. Eric Powell, representing the bishop of New Westminster.  Mr. Powell, in his sermon, referred ������'..... -    .  *"rw-n - ^ ^ea-going no warnings signs up  stops on  to Canon Greene as the  priest in his last voyage."  ���I,".*.  "LAST voyage of ." a sea-going'   priest,"  wa& tho way the Rev. Eric Powell described  Canon  Alan  Dallas  Greene,  83,  at his' funeral Oct. 13.  Canon  Greene,  a  pioneer missionary  of  the  B.C. coast,  died  Oct.  10  in  St.  Ilildu's An-  , i _,, ,,... ,.,,,..���,.,,, ^.,,  glidan Church, Sechelt, was attended by  many friends, The overflow from, St.  Hilda's were seated in the church hall  where a public address system delayed  ''lhe'" service?'"'"" """ "'���"'''���"���.,' ' *������"������������������>������*>���-*  Canon Greene had a "large heart, deep  WORK ��� was' ordered stopped Friday on  , - Highway JiO'l and all ftancis Were laid  off, it was; reported to The Times.  Reason.for the.stoppage was not given  although it is believed to be.a: lack, of  funds'.            7  fhe Times, called- Tucker -Forsyth rof  Gibsons,. district technician for the Department 0-f. Highways whose only comment was that the work, had "shut down  , for. now.",   ..,; '.."'.��� 7 .....'..     '.....' 7  Calls were also placed io, Don JUocK-  stead, MLA for tlie area and to B, A.  Arondel, North Vancouver, district engineer for the Department of Highways.  Contact" was' not made' and return-calls  to The Tinies did not come through'  Juith^Btrong^.wlUwandi.l.:loyally,.>to'.^our.,>,v..�� .?434Ia^,;aR?^^^,,ditncult   to  _._'i,i..   7.,,.  .,���n,���>,'K. ��� f.*,i.m.>* <.���...  Mr     travel- and there are no warning signs  V^Jii 1 'Prt-#",&V��4l_  To avoid''urfoa^  '"    v"" ' '"*"' '"*' '"'"'  Planner seeks input on control  subdivision minimum lot sizes  F��^**N5,r^j��*1lt}!(f if* *��� ��***���  PUBLIC opnlon on ��� subdivision controls  aro being   sought   by tho Sunshine  Coast Regional District, according to "G. ,R.  Cuylits, planning -'director. ,  ��� ���''Somo debate  has  occurred  on  tho  subject of minimum lot bIhcs In now, sub;  one half acre, nnd one aero respectively  nnd In no case shall the frontage be less  than 75 feet,, ' '  Thoro are advantages as well os disadvantages  to increasing  tho  lot Bis.cs.  _,, ,-. J.1. .     ......   ���    ft    Larger lot sl/.os havoi tho advantage of  llko to*'rocoiva  from all interests parties,  said Cuylits,,  AddroflH of lho district planner is Box  ��� HOO, Socbolt, ,  ��� "It Ih fait lhat'tho existing ta.bdivl.slon  regulation!, will i.'ohuU in tho rapid disappearance of tho .'rural roslMontial' on-   vi'iiohipqnt" how|, oxlstlhglon  tlio "''Iowor'  SunHhlno Coast," Thoro, Is a concovn that  development with largo  lots  and  well  spaced ��� housing, A major disadvantage to  largo parcols ls,tho higher sofvlclng costs  per pai'col. For oxamplo,.tho cost of wutoi':;  mains por purcql'la significantly 'higher '  for larger parcels i\. lho number of u,iorn  foot minimum for an unsorviccd parcel  ls too small as It is impossible to havo'  an extensivo subdivision of such parcols  with operative and safe wells and sewage  disposal syslomH on each lot.  ^^.ho^lack^p.Lwntor^ancl/br/s'owagQ sy-  *HtpiTriavalwill ia x;ohu On. publiq  botflo,^ such uh muiilclpalltlOH and regional  districts tp' use pi .bile funds to dovolop  Horv|cp�� that should havo boon provided  hy'thodpvolopor, For;this reason It. was  foil, that tho dovolopor should bo discouraged .from creating    such    subdivisions  ,.pqiv..mUa���Of Jl|ip will bo low,. Similarly,   . with uiwarvlootl lots, by, ro(|ulrlng mini  or roads  powers and oleetrlcal utilities,  am an economic point of vlow It 'could,  ���.Fri  tho small parcolH pormlttpd undoi- oJilst-    ka said thut'tho smullor narcola aro moro  IrvfTroguIationa will result J_nnciWdei_t    acslrMblo.  urban typo of environment which should  bo ' avoided," paid' Cuylits.  The existing regulations pormlt pai>  cols with a minimum frontage of 00 foot  or 10 por cont of tho pprlmolor (which"  over Is greater) and a minimum slto aroa  thut can bo an small an 7,1500 square feet,  ...... Lovol of Sorvlocti Provided Min, ��lto wo��:  Community wat^r fiupply and  7 community s'owor system, ���.���   6,000 r.q'.f.,  Community water supply or  uonnnunlty nowor system but  not both, ,.,,,' '.'. 7    ,    7.O00 (4 ft.  Nulther community walor supply  nor', community sower HyHtom IJ^OOOnq, ft,  *" ''CuylHf.'"oommontH rnnlln'uo:  lt,,li.'j)|-op(WHl 1hat tho inlnluuh'n lot  ������"'^c,rshoul(|-bo-raiHCfl-to-7,not),'Rqiini'C.',foot  '    ?8!��  A limitation to this, economic, argument Is that thoro is, a maximum housing  density where service costs per dwelling  will ,bc minimized. Beyond this point,  largo scalo Investment nro required be-  \ foro addltlonul units can, bo nerved.  Fof oxi��mplo, i\ water system In' biillt  ro'liondjo .1 certain mdxlmum number of  mum parcel sizes of ono aero. It may  thon bo more oconoqlo' to the ^developer  ��to..crouto'ia-lBubdlvlslon.wlth^amullor���pur-.  cols whlijih are serviced, ��� >? '  ' 'As'many areas of tho regional district  havo poor, drainage conditions and as  sowers ,aro not antlclpntcd, hl'ghar density housing ,on ndptlQ,7lypo sewago sy-  tHorns' may,result In offluont saturation  thftt can b�� harmful to licalth, ^Iowovor,  low-do^slUcH  which    may 'veduco   tho  master, our heavenly ��� father," Said Mr.  Powell, who gave the sermon.',  TMr. Powell' also read theTEpistie and,  as diocesan director of,,progrpm/h�� *.e"  presented tho bishop of 'New Westminster.  The 'Gospel was read by-    the Ven.  *�� StuartTailksrStr Davldi'^Westvlewr'archS'*  deacon; of Sechelt.        > ' 11 , ,i  -�� A communion of�� ���dldr'^yif andi fpmily  wa�� hold, Archdeacon Fpulks read the  Our Fath'eiy lead the vprslcles hpd responses and gave selected burial prayers.  Cclabrant of lho cuqharlst was tho  Rov. Dennis Popple, St, Hilda, Canon  Greene's body wns cremated.   ; ,'.   "'',  Honorary   pallbearors..,, were!   Canon  Mlnto Swan, rotlred dloccsa,n prjost; tho  .- l"lov..Put(,ElUs,,,St.,Hclcn,��Suf'rey,P,prdvl-  ���' oi.flly*'-fl^porintendpn'!ti"'iPolumbl^  , Mission; the Roy, Barry, Jonkfi, St. James,  Nanaimo, formerly of Secholt aricjl"rp'ipri-  nontlng: tho bishop of British .Columbln;  lho:Rev. David Brown,.S^ Ba't'lbdlpmow,  Gibsons,  PallbearorH woroi Cupt.' ,1; S.'t, Wll-  llflmsi Richard' K, Laird, Rogi|u.]cV"_)lq-'l.s,  ���I.' M. Cooper, Patrick .J, Murphy, G.  Hugh Duff.  Cunon Greene is survived by his wife,  Dorolhy,, Halfmoon Bay; two sonsi,.'Alan ^  at either end.-  ALD. Charles Mandelkau has resigned  from the Gibsons village counciL  He rendered his resgination to clerk  David Johnston and it was read at the  council meeting Oct. 10. Mandelkau said  his reasons for quitting were personal. x  Mandelkau   was   appointed   to   fill   a  remaining one-year term in 1970 and wasv  elected in his own right forNthe 1971-72  term.  In 1970 Mayor. Wally Peterson was  moved up to replace then mayor, Fred  Feeneyi who resigned because he was  transferred by his company. Mandelkau  filled Peterson's vacant position.  Johnston said that-a- byelection is not  necessary to replace Mandelkau because  more than half of his second year has  been completed. '  Mandelkau was acting mayor and  chairman of the water, sewer and public  works committees.  ST A seeking  more teachers  THE LIASON committees of the Sechelt  Teachers' Association and the board  of school trustees met on Oct. 10 to consider a protest from the teachers against  the large class sizes in social studies,  English and math at Elphinstone Secondary School, and their request for hiring  an additional teacher.  Mrs. Virginia Douglas, ��� president of  the STA, pointed out that in this aca-  ^demic area there are classes-of as--many���--*  as 37, 38, 39 and in one instance, 41 students, and that this presents an impossible learning situation.  The teachers reminded the board that  the Hon. Mrs. Eileen Dailly, minister of  education,  had  requested  school  boards   in the province that are faced with the  need for additional teachers, to petition  . her  department  for  relief.  On  Oct.   13,   Mrs.   Dailly   announced  that school districts in the province have ;-  received $633,870 to hire  184 additional  teachers, teacher's aides, substitute" teachers and needed resource materials.  This school district has, thus far,'not  taken advantage of the minister's offer  for financial aid, said a spokesman for.  the teachers. The board informed the  teachers during the meeting that an ad*-  ditional teacher was "not warranted at  this time", and indicated that Mrs.. Dailly  was too "open-handed" with the public  purse and it was" trie board's 'responsibility to "keep the lid on," it was reported.  ; The STA noted that the board,, upon  receipt of a grant last week,- has hired  another teacher at Elphinstone ,to work  in special education for a period of one  year. However, although' this action is'  Highly commendable.. ;it hasTnot' reduced;  the pressing need to ease the class sizes  ih the academic areas through the hiring of an additional teacher for that pur-'  pose, said the STA spokesman.^ ��� ���'  It is hoped, the teachers stated, that  the board. \vill reconsider its stand against  requesting 'aid'1 from" tlioDep^rtment of  Education when aid is needed,  7  Presentations made  \i"  at gamier* 25th birthday  7.  .!��*, **Myt'�� k ,^1,1.,  SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce 25th anniversary banquet was  a. star-studded affair Saturday nighti with  , marathon 'swimmer Fran,Cannon,and; her  husband,"Donnl^,! as'guests ot:ho_ipr,;;; ; .  , Ivlrs. Cannon was porsented, with marine clock and tho "Cannons, ih; turn, pro-  .-senlcdH..tho#,commun\ty1��<,with'wani, commo-���  hioratlvc :'mug,'i�� whlolV'wlU'be "kept" at  tho library, ,lf, Chamber prosldont, Morgan  Thompson^, fiiiggestlon is followed,  Mrs, tihnri'on spoke briefly ut tho banquet hold, In 'Socholt '.'Legion', hall, Sho  thanked the, community;and Mayor and.  Mrs, Bon Lang, who, wore hor hosts While '  visiting hqro, ' "   ' ." ��� - �� ���  '  Dennis*  Cannon,  Husband-poach,  also    -���  fli?ojis.4..i'ioy^  formed in 1047, proposed a toast to the'  queen.  Mayne  also  rend   three  letters���one'  from Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and  tho  others from  Queen  Elizabeth' ,arid  Gov. Roland Mlchonor.  Tho letter from Balmoral Castle said:  "I am commanded by the Qupen*tofaskf  ,������"''   '   '     '       ' ' ' ���aoo^pag��''('A,te  *     t   l*  Ad-Briefs  point  prowess ��� of ��� his slightly built wifo .who1  ,,  ....,,     took If) h����urs-and'five mljautos;,to/swlm  of Duncan and John of Toronto; three "  lho 17,3(nautlsal mllos from Neck Point,  srnos  of Toronto;    Nanaimo to iJayi's Bay,' ,"���-,',  fUuiKlitors, Bnrbara Ban  Marjorlo of "Vancouver; Cathe^lno Tuck,  Summorsldo, P,E;I.; six grandchildren;  two slstors, Marjorlo and Madgo Michelle,  lK)th of Toronto,      i ...''.  A. mothorl'al service wll)'bo hP](j' tp-  "     "    ~     '*r  lo action!  When  I-' i a  10 11011010 U ccrunn nia��iinmn iiuiunur wi     , ������ ���-.,..   ,_', -n ;     -��� ��� -"    ',   , 7, i   ,       r ����� mniiwim  nuvvit-u  wii(   ��_  uo|i��   i  ilBerfl, Once"' llils'*maxlmiinf "lfi'"roachcdr ho��..ih.h��_w_rd could-prpcludo \hb jtavclop..T.inorrow ar ciwlsf " Churcjr-Cathodtp  major investment ln  now'mains Ih to!,   huua of sewera for.,many yours .to.como, ...Vuncouvor.-nt 1(30 p.m -���  quired  If  additional  homes  are1 lo bo      ' Allliough thin dik^nslon In,;far from  complete,a (ho points raised Indicate tho  heavy impact subdivision regulations can  havo In this area. Ah this subject, affects  all aspcclfi of life on.Iho SunRhlno Coast  lho regional district hopes to receive'an  many ldon.1 ",'njr llio rhnllor'nt. ponslblo,  Ihipofully these cbmmontH. could bo'ro^  ���wIvccl-heftrro-Dctfj-.inr  rhan Hha-fltoppcd aqhbro at Davis Buy /n   Toe/ay's ��� Classified;-*  at.l:t)a.p,m. Aug, aa,- sho ���bcc.imQ.tho >HWB^���H���;BBn^���ut���wuuuuuw^UUUUUMUUI|  first woman and third person to-swim ,��������>, rtll .'��� >,""    r'i;,;"w"",:,";"^",u"'|-  tho tough Georgia StnjU. It was her fifth AW,Sn011 1��Vulw'1��' ono^lurao, ono sma|l,  'attempt: ;' '; '��� '"'    ' - - ��� ."ji;o ouch" ���,   .���-,':'."������������  '*'"'" V"r-  ���                                                    .   . .  . 9f4^^^9wirinrtf^m9yrinni^94m��<^9m��9imi4mvm��f^m9i^mmmm\  luirvcd, A detailed analyst of each Horv  loo (l.o,; wi'lonf roads, hydro) will reveal  the  point  of' maximum  density  where  costs npr parcel-,, (marginal   costs) aro  mliilmi'/wl,     '  ''  " Aiio(li(?r afi|)o<)t of thin luiPfUlon of  n.lulin'um , lot. slzon Jn unsowered aroas  iB*_iDni��rit-J��nroit'-thnt-tho-_flloo()-finni.ro'  Or WH^WMWW itW"  Tho family has suggcfitod that, Ihoso  who wish to, may KVaka a donation In  Caim^ Clroono's namo, 'to tho Sunshine .  Count ��� Senior  Cltlzenn ' Housing' Society,,  ������,70 'trcaHiirer, Ben 'Firth, West. Socholt,'  * For a biographical Hl.olol. cif Canon  flrpnn��rplnnnnlurn to nn'nrllclo Jn today'ir  paper written)hy Mary Tlnkloy of Il.alf-  -inooi|*Unyr* '  ^<Jm_tliuaM��w*i * _rw- ^ -lif I V\lwa *_��� ��iaa_*i"i��.  .Cahnon ^ald that ho;nncrhi.<iwlfe'had'"  been married Just over a yo��r.  , Marathon swimming is not now'to  the J'O.yoiu' old North Vancouver public  health nurse, Slio lias enteral such' swims  fqr yours In Okanogan and. KularpaMfu  lakes, Her idol was Marilyn Boll, -famod  Canadian HWlmmor of lho !">!'()..,  ' liv other acllvlilo.r   at  tho banquet,  Jack Mayne, t|iu only (���hai'ler ineiwber of  ���1li<��-Hoc,hol^;boji|,d'-'of*;lrnd(f'*"wlil(,li'���wn.1."  ��� Tlmos Closiflflcds,.roach'over 2,500 home*'  ("0,000/readers),  ��� Tlmos Classlfloda oo INTO tha horn*., i'  not <?n lawns, stroois or In culvorts,'  ��� Tlmoa ClasslflcfJa aro,low-cost, hloli-ROt<.ncy  ,   sales tonics, ,.;  * Phono linos opon Sunday; datsiflod  885-9654 Secholt, 886-2121 Glbiono.  'mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmm  *��  ��!���������  #*  ,<���������  -IB-  Ht*ft  Ml**  II.�����  o  topit  |i*l*i��l*ttl*ttip����nMt*t��M��W����MWM^  ouf> in flio mail -. week of October 23rd. Jhe phces ond savings are yours until Christmas or as long os  stock Is qvailable . . .Some articles are still arriving. Savo your numbered catalogue - throe lucky numbers  will bo drawn each wook until C/ir/sfrnas ... You could bo awlnnor. Chock our store for tho drawn numbers; also local newspaper advertising.  Romemlber  fhe ���prices and saw'nas are yours_,until Christmas or as  long as stock is available. ' ������   ���      -\  *MMtOiMW��.W!M.M.WW��!WWMF^^  ^^^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^^.     ^^^^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^^   _t__M___Wf^ ^^^^^^^_^h   ^ggg^^^|���  @HJ[3Bt__]0G-]S  *^^^^^    m9M^9m^mmm^9^^9    ^^H^W^W^^    ^a^W^^^^^^Pf    ^^^^P*r^^*^^    ^^^^NfB^^^9^    ^^^^^^^f^^     W^^^^^^^^^F'  CAMPBELL'S VARIETY LTD.  t ). .      H        1.     1.   m *   .a j     l ,       1 .     .   M   <1 a I i       > , <, I      , i       I.I      l .   Ii, V  TRAIL BAY <?ENTRE, SECHELT  mom 885*2335  =**wm#wii����*(**w��*aiy taMK*-fPt��- f owMmfltW-*  ��*iww-| it&mfomMwtoW*!*.  a=g*WqWW��!��-)WWti(��iMI<rw'''!t'Mte��l  iwwiiWWMMw, w wwafwiasfcw  l��Ml^WVW��MW9imMI��W^��4��n4>taA^  M*aa<WBW��)wff<wfetww��ift^^ii<Wi"��-'^w*a^^ &A*cm*.  i*4f��WM.I*wmas***i��i  WtflHM f**W  V  7  I  ��*lWiW��W*f**^^  #��iwt^m!*��^^  WWWW>(IW_��I��^^  /   1   ' *   * \\  \ >  \  \  i��    '  X  Tni PENINSlJI_A^!����e^  7 EDITORIALS  . may be wrpng, but 1 shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what 1 believe to be right."  \ _ ���John Atkins  . Richard  T.   Proctor,   Managing' Editor  Ptfge A-2  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, October 18,  1972  READERS'RIGHT   7, , .    - -a-  jp,vjL��i.' j^i^yirangOTiPBBpga M^ULnrn'xx- jl rl jl'x'X'x x x,_ci".rxa^xx:irxa''n��:x'Jx'x,xy.g.Ere^  A nutional  symbol  \  A  RECENT   survey  indicated a  large.  percentage of Canadians Would like  the Royal Canadian. Mounted Folicc as  their national symbol and another group  pushed for, llic maple leaf.  Now we're not against the Mounlies  or maple leafs but we suggest that they  not appropriate symbols.  In the first place the MonntieS, as  a national symbol, would relate to a  police state which is not too good. Many  people outside Canada think of Nelson  Eddy as the epitome pf all that's great  in this country. No, Mounties, fine body  of men thai they are, would just not do  as a national symbol.  v A maple, leaf is even more ridiciH  Ions as a national symbol. True as maple  leaf comes out green and fresh looking  and goes through the summer and turns  to glorious colors  in  the fall. Then it  crumples ancl dies. Its entire, life spdn  is six months. Some symbol.  No one mentioned a pair of flashing  ice-hockey skates as a symbol. That is  not too good a ^symbol of Canada in the  international community these days,  though.  How   aboUt   a   big   logger   with   a  double-bitted axe, wearing a checked  shirt, toque and sayings 'By gar\ No,  that's not too hot either.  There is pnly one symbol left and  that has tp be the beaver. Jle's a busy  little animal toui.ding darns and lodges  and cutting down trees. That's appropriate.  How about a Nbale of wheat being  loaddd on a China-bound ship? Or a  pair of railroad  tracks7  Almost anything would dp except  a Mountie or a hiaple leaf.  How about a chance to vote  Letters to the Editor are fhe opinions of readers  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, b  Reterendum comment     '  Editor, \The Times,  Sir: Re: Referenduqi for recreation  center.       _ ,    .  Four out of five councillors are ton  old to gain by an ice-skating rink.  Four out of five councillors own property that will gain by a sewer.  (AN   IRATE  TAXPAYER)  A Vote ior recreation  Editor, The Times,  Sir:  Where fttJ-Hwy^get  the right?  I think the right to^vote on 3 big  issue such as a recreation center is for  the people���not for five or six old people  who are suppgsed to represent us. I for  one want the recreation center i'qr a.  good reason, the children on the periiii-  sula who have little enough to do without stopipng- wholesome recreation.  As for sewers, ugh! Who wants our  Trail Bay polluted even more than it is  now. Our waterfront recreation will be  ruined and our beaches a mess.  Vote i'or recreation for all, not sewers  for a  few  business  people.  EILEEN   EVANS  THERE is a provincial election behind  us  and  a  federal  election   looming.  Coming    soon,    and    perhaps    most  important,   are  the  municipal  elections.  We say municipal elections are  most important because the person we  elect is the man that is your neighbor,  the one that goes on coffee break with  you, the person who sells you groceries,  services your car. In short, it is the person that wc know personally, not some  remote politician in Victoria or Ottawa.  - Issues that come up in the municipal elections are of prime importance.  They arc the ones that set taxes on your  house, get your street paved or give yo.u  sewers. They are the issues that are  closest to your pocket book.  There is an important issue that will  affect every resident on the Sunshine  Coast apd yet many residents will not  even get a chance to vote on it.  It  is the  recreation  complex.  The complex was narrowly defeated  last February but a majority of the people wanted the facilities. It required a  60 per cent majority but just missed that  margin by a very few percentage points.  Once again, an ad hoc recreation  committee is bringing the vote to the  people.  At least some of the. people.  Sechelt residents won't get a chance  to vote yes or no because council decided not to allow a vote in the village.  Sechelt council has even refused to allow  the issue on the ballot. When the committee, through the Sunshine Coast Regional District, asked for a plebiscite,  Sechelt council refused to allow it���  which is their.right. What harm can be  clone if the plebiscite is there for the  public to vote on? Isn't that what democracy is all about?  Sewers are important and costly  and that is what scares the cpuncil.  However, they don't know how cosily  they are because they haven't seen a  feasibility study as yet. And/when they  finally do, and it's determined that il  is - willpn the financial, capabilities; of  the village to go ahead with it, it may  take a year or more before it is ready  to go I'or a vote���ancl it's -altohetger  possible that voters-would turn it down  ut that time.  In   the  meantime,  what about  the  JLcci'ci^  Costs on it will keep rising and it's  possible that it won't get u third chance  for a variety of rontons .        M  Let Hi  recreation  They may surprise you, They may turn  il dOwn and then the onus is not on  ���you. They may approve, it" in which case r  the will- of the people predominates, An '  astute alderman would bow lo fjuch 11  willjf,jie Is concerned about his own  political life; '���  ,What is, surprising is that Scclielt  council did not even study,the request.  They tiki not turn it, over, to u'ctppjH-..  tee to report und recommend;  Gibson's- (SoundI did. Gibsons rate-  minds of our children, what can be so  wrong with improving their bodies.  Indeed, one of the "planks" of the  non-status Indians conference held last  week in Sechelt stressed the need for  recreation. Their policy states:  "Do we want to dress the empty shell  of a child in proper clothing or do we  want strong and healthy children? Also,  must sports and recreation end for a  person when his formal education ends,  or are we going to continue to encourage  and educate everyone to realize that  development of the human body and  mind are as one. Unless both are healthy, he or she cannot live and enjoy live  as they should."  Food for thought.  There are few thanks to being an  alderman on a small-town council. Most  serve out of love for their community  and the hope that their actions are in  the best interest of that community. Unless aldermen and the mayor know  what the people want they can only  act to the best of their judgment.  If residents of Sechelt want to vote  on whether there should be a reecrea-  tion complex they should tell their  alderman. He's your neighbor, he'll listen to you.  The Rhyming Philosopher  -   Hurry W. Fletcher  JEREMIAD  So many times has young love run its course.  With marriages loo early .loomed to fail,  As   finally  each   ended   in   divorce.  With  me the  blasted jackass out on bail.  The first T held too loosely on the rein  As gadabout   Fliza  played the field;  A gross mistake I'll  never make, again  Unless my sense of reason is repealed.  When Marion took over, I enjoyed  Her sheer delight in anything to eat,  Until sho grew so puchydermntoitl  I couldn't tell "the Tally from the sweet.  How sweetly Jane then crept into my nest,  Content io stay sit homo"iih'tl rest' my mind;  Hut then I  found thai all sho did was rest:  A.sleeping beauty and, a sloth combined.,   Bul since 1 married Clara that's uil changed,  She tmight mo il takes two lo make a pact;  My selfishness and faults nro reurrnngeda  JlToJtolcr,ttn(;c^��n(l*lov(.,wiin(LthHt!..^iv..fuotL���Mw...  Ii I were prime minister..  Editor, The Times,  Sir: If I were prime minister of Canada, my program would be to first try  to re-instate those principles and values  upon which this nation was built���which  brought the provinces together some one  hundred years ago; which brought us  unity,  prosperity, and  international  inte-  and not necessarily those_of.Th.e Times.  A  at all Originals" must be signed by the writer.  grjty, not to mentio^.. one of the highest-  Standards bf living in the world.  In re-dedicating the (Canadian people  to the ideafs of freedom and 'liberty, I  hold that citi2e;is might then also appreciate the value of our democratic institutions, respecting the haw, other peoples' rights and the concept of good social  order.  If I were prime minister, I would  govern by way of encouraging accountability, self-reliance and self-respect instead of the slavery of welfare, sloth,  greed and hand-outs. I would promote  the right of all men to aspire to the  -extent of their desire and .capabilities^  without government hindering their effort. I would place hpnqr above hauteur,  discipline <?ver ^esijre,' "dedication tpfyre  demonstration and fight, fcefof-e' "rights".  My. Canada would be green with hope  rather than gTeen with envy, imbued  with pride of purpose, rather than pride  of permissiveness. I would call for the  unity of one nation under God, -recognizing in all humility that but for the  grace of God, there would be no Canada, no unity and no democratic election  for any prime minister or House of Commons.  PATRICIA   YOUNG  Thanks from lady Lions  Editor, The Times,  Sjr: On behalf of the Sunshine Coast  Lions ladies, I wish to thank all those  people who contributed towards making  our wine and cheese party a success.  (Mrs.)   F.   TATT,   convenor  \  Lay away for Cftrlsfiti0S NOW  and SAVE Yourself MONSY  .^^^^^...^l���. ' . \ .   '               ��� iiw-_.il ��� i��u<w��jf.'.i--ut--m---u--iifjLTt^r.��_u-.^uu.��_igi.ojw(^i^  , �������� .- ��..��� j _. _njm���u _ a.. ���_���._. ..um^ii ��� 11 mwwww  '.���Alt LAYAWAYS REQUIRE  10% DOWN  ��� Pick up Layaway before December 5  and we Will DEDUCT an additional  10%  on all orders over $20.  I  !  FOR  EXAMPLE: ^  Your Items Cost   ...... $50.00  Layaway Deposit _.___.___.._   $ 5.00  -Discount for early Pick-up      $ 5.00  MOW YOU  QftjlY PAY $40.00  AT YOUR  DEALER  _U__M. ���J____i.ru tB_tt__iX  mixkm    *va .ri_uui_L!__  Uarietu <^Ltd.  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  y/yyr^///////r//r/y/^  Madeira Park Happenings  WELL, school has been in for two months  and house games and sports are going  strong. Sechelt Elementary School boys'  soccer team visited Madeira Park last  week, and after an exciting game the  score was still tied at 0 to 0. The Madeira girls' team travelled to Roberts  Creek and tied 0-to 0 as well with the  girls' team there. The boys were luckier  and with Mr. Rees as coach, managed to  win by a score of 3 to 2.Good luck to  all school teams. There will be a tournament in November for soccer teams from  Madeira Park to Langdale.  House games at school are getting  quite exciting with House I and House  II very close in poinKscores. House I has  16 points and House II has 14 points.  Houses III and IV are next with seven  and five points.  We had a poster contest at our school  sponsored by the Pender Harbor Ladies  Hospital Auxiliary and the prize winners  were:  1st prize���Marie Jensen; 2nd prize���-  Brian Scoular';'3rd prize���.Yvonne Campbell. Honorable mention���Earl .Apt ilia,  Sharon Maekay, Rick Johnson, Tammy  Daley, Danny Fielding, Debbie Roosen.  Congratulations  to all   the  winners!  Our   Cultural   Opportunity     Program  will   bo  starting  at  school  on Tuesday.  Mr.  Wishlove   has  organized   the  inter- '  mediate   grades   into    groups    such  as:  band-taught   by     Mrs,   Precesky,   choir-  taught   by  ,Miss   Hewgill, 'drama-taught  ]?y  Miss P,,s|ergaivd,,���rec:ordersrtaught. .fly...  Mr. Rees, pottery-taught, by  Mrs.  Knutson, arts and crafts-taught by Mrs. Silvey,  Junioivchoiivleadaby Mrs,-Talento; weight--  lifting-taught by Ts/lv. Peters, audio-visual  taught by Mr. Donnelly, and foik-ning-  J^a-lea^.b^*_M:r^Wishlbve^,���Moat'������Rl,l^donia���:,'  ���by Ernie Kingston  really  enjoyed   the   same 'program   held  last year.  SUNSHINE  INN  DINING  ROOM  Garden Bay, B.C.  CLOSED  Monday and Tuesday  OPEN  for Reservation only  Wed., Thurs., Friday  OPEN SATURDAY and  SUNDAY from 7 p.m. to  9 p.m.  Phone 883-2512  * 1 WEEK SPECIAL *  ENDS  SATURDAY/OCTOBER 21st  THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!  (Less when voh contract)  - 'Your advertising in this  space will reach nearly  2,500 honies ' (over 9,000  people) each week'. It's the  most economical way to  reachj mdre' Sunshine Coast  people, Because Times ads  go into more .Jnpmes than  ,any other newspaper pro  7"   duced in' this' area.  THETIMK  885-9654 (Sechelt)       886-7244 (Gibsons)  LIBERATOR DRYER  2 automatic cycles plus timed drying  For 2 weeks only $179.95  ,,..,���'"'     '''    ' ���   '  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-2171  Lions ladies cheese, wine  e people hnvo their say on the    party nets profit of $190 ���  complex Sechelt councllmcn.    SoehoU L1()I1H L"ndloa folno nncl ehoof  chooso  party made o profit nl' $100, It wiih reported  nt,  tlio regular mooting, Oct.  11  at P6i.ii.rt.iln Drive-In,     7        "  Roso Rodway  presented iWerfoborship  pliiH to now members, Madge KUmonds ���  and ISonlo Olson,  President' Roberta Fox-all reported on  tho Lions  convention  in  the  Trl-Cltloa  area In WnshlnRtqn, AttendlnR 1ho convention were Mr. and Mrs. Q, Foxnll and  Mr.ancl Mi's. .Bob Scales, a-., .........  Tho lady Hour will hold, tholr annual  pro-Christmas bake Halo, Thursday, Doc  pityer.siilrpacly.ttpcpuvcd.n sewer Nyfitem H,,wHh tbe, time and,place to bo an-   which Is under way and yet, they too,    nouneod.   ,  sees lhe Importance ol' recreation fuc-        *j "o  members  attended  thq dlnnor  ���ililios*iind"iit-le(iHt*tiiriic(l*tli^ninttoi^()vcr���*,^P*r^ ^���^u^w*^W"^��"wttjjfljM��wwH��wUMJHU08i��  to ii committee I'or siudv Al,t)l' Ul�� ,1>00iln�� W��H wdJouniod a 'fa*  - '~i>��n C i inrh      !!',inM^mtaMn,    ni��ns|rat|pn offe��ko dccoraUni'���w��H Klvon ,  ���������'���ronpor 11iuoor nren docs not'wtuit    j,y Sylvia Blaakwoll  to vote again on the referendum, Thl)l Is     ' ci..��.nin���.from  Ponder  and Qlbsonfl  understandable since, only about JO per,   Uoi.n Ladles,,are,,oxp^otcd, at-tho>next .  cent of the people In that district wanted    dinner meotliiH with  Homo Rodway as  ll anyway, It's highly unlikely that even   JiwhIohh.  rhe most persuasive jnlkcrs could coil"  3'it!ct^jlK7pcoplc.j(),,<chanco.^tl|eir,...ml,iuls.  ii) vine lho 60 per cent required mnl-  ���orliy.       '.../'    7       ���  ,''    ���      ''  There was some cqneern about def*  idlH on a recreation complex, Council  doesn't know what the possible.deficits  will   be  because  they  weren't  Mudled,  Wo spend millions  iinprovltm lhe  Published"'WcdncRdnya nt Sccjwlt  on H.C.'n Sunn'ilno Count      M  ���""���'^Pawd  ^---w-w����� Sechelt TlmcnSudr  "NOWI" Aprons aiid Ribs and various'  ���TH.n.mor: Hlock~l(hniH",now'*on~nnlo aP  MImh   Moo's,  Wharf  Road, tfocholt.  lwli����luM__uij_����__u_._..__-L__^-___-T.rT,nnnn^_r  no^aio-sccMfrn.c,  .   Subscription RutcS. (In pdynpco)   ,Locni, $(T> por yonr. J%ond 35 mllos, $7.  ��� U.S.A., $9. Overflow., $10,  Sfrvlnitthti arm from Port Mtlfon to ftfimnm  ��      (How* bound to ftrvt* Inlet)  mmmmmmmm  '"*������I"1  TOTEM" cttm~  BINGO  TKflUA T3r o;uu D.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  / if DtooR prize; *    I  mmii9M*w*m.mmwtnmnwm����m���m4ui4iitmmp9l<M��*mtmmm$  ( ^*i&5-"*W-"~*__��i*r- ���*33iJ!!v/  ��QastRes'^  One p86~2453  ��� r  $orYlng~tfie~Lpwer~minim~forW  3594 MaJ��| St., VANCOUVER  '.'.:   879-8432  i ,   tt  rr t , t  ��� .-  .1  I      U<"4t   KM   if t>#Vfj.'|.   I't    tuna       .      WK_    ,H4    ���fH)ftot��   *    '.    i<   f f f    4.^*1    "J   f  P"        1^^*  mmmfm  mmmm>mmmmi*mmmto��ibw  mm#?mmmmm*  m��iMMiam<^^  W��(��f3N��S8*.^^  "*^^"^��*WW^^  I     t  77  s.  ,\       i,,  "'i    '��   '  *   .|   ����� a | I' i  > 1 I    I      ia  ,N  i >  in,,..,.,  a      a     ' Ii';  7'  i  I  .   ,.        A. .   ���  -I,,.V  -  "a*  .' *L\::\i*<:7��.  HIS WIFE PEG and SONS  WOULD  tIKI THE  OPPORTUNITY  OF  MEETING YOU, THE RESIDENTS OF THE  SUNSHINE COAST  22 FROM 1 ��� 4 P.M.  AT THE SNACK BAR IN THE SHOPPING MALL IN SECHELT  COME AND  HAVE A  CUP  OF  COFFEE  WITH THEM  WE'RE SURE  YOU  WILL AGREE  HE  IS  THE MAN  FOR THE JOB  '1VT*.'��a  is 34, was horn in Manitoba, raised in the Fraser Valley  '   ' -i-n",' '\'< * - 7f'P^BPP..n"V;?.'>'rf^7?kw||^ R.^rBlli' I ^B' ly^-a.El' Itfff >     ^    ' .-..I'  U,B^"   ���h*r���>   h7  .'^med; \his: ^fe;S.A;   in   Animal   and   Poultry   Nutrition  University  of  Toronto  for  his  M.S.A.   in   Nutdtian  and   Biochemistry  Oregon   State   University   for   his   Ph. D0  in  AgncuBtuial  Economics.  i lii-fii'nii. "j:��_,�� v^!^Hi��4w)* ���uvn*<i wif **r.c��  i *       ' I | /     t  ,   .    .    V.  ���_��:����.tf*TMvff#'^  i wsihiiid as  Dean pf Men and Instructor, Vermillion Agricultural College  H?qd  of ^ Dept. of Agriculture  Director,  Economics  Division  of  Alberta   Department  of  Agriculture  Vice   President,   Superior   Farming   Company  ll   ll      II   a     ,        )  *a^   . i.        I     a   , i,, I ^.     ......  I .I        ' |    I'M    I  :  !M(.4bf..s.in4.(4*f,��4^^  .   . Waff. .ca^^aW. .  i  1 iif   ii  ���' i'    V>     "    '7        i .   . \  \  \  Page A-4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, October 18,1972  REAL ESTATE (Gonf.)  *IMMll._��lMMllMMIMMMMIllllMMWMllMMUMI*IM-l-IMMM��llt��^^  rn"'v.    ' cr Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  TheFeiuNSUI^ JAW!*    Gibson*- Phone 886-2121  AD-BRIEFS  Classified  _ rr~v���r-   14  ACRES,   private,  ^.rea.    R2V zoning,  exposure,  treed.  Ph.  LangdalO  Southern  886-2361'.  6191-47  \  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.Cl  Establish*. 1963  Member, Audit Buraaa  of Circulations  " March 31, 1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  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Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse    in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  ��� ond may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  ���er,.;_::,  COMING EVENTS  ATTENTION   Senior   Citizens  . tYee old time dance lessons  will commence October 25 al  the Scchel't Legion Hall. 2 p.m,  -".���.' ���;���'.���- y:: p.m, each  Tuesday, lif .at-.  'tendance  warrants. 689-49  ANNUAL    Carnival,    Pender  '  '" Harbour  Auxiliary   to   St, ���  Mary's  Hospital. 7  p.m.,  Oct,  21st at  the Community  HuM,  Pender Harbour. 086-41)  ���-_,O.C^BEC27._-SktSvv��PjSolo.  Used ski equipment to"*swap���  or soil If intortistcd call1 Mrs.  ,E, , RpUi, 886-2581. ti p.m, - J)  p.m. Fri. Support tlio Tetrahedron Slk Club, Gibsons Ath-  lotlc Hall. 087-47  GIBSONS ANI* SECHELT  WESTERN PRUGS  . , , aro pleated to sponsor this  , .     Bltth   Announcement  spaco,   and  extends Post Wishas to tho happy  parents.  9,  PERSONAL  Finish High School at 'Homo  Canacl'q's Lo'aciling School  'FREE BROCHURE  National Collofio  \m��i>imimmiUffmmimm^m  444 Kobaon. Vancouver  .. i  7 1  PERSONAL (Continued)  ���   ' t , ,___  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays, Wilson Creek  Community  Hall.  Ph.  885-9327.  8657-tfn  BEGINNERS    Square    dance  lessons. For information call  Jack or Pat Whitaker at 885-  2438. 569-tfn  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-9568,  886-2078.      _,68-tfn  COMMUNITY CaTe Centre.  Home nursing care and assistance for seniors, shut-ins,  convalescents, new mothers  and babies. Transportation  a'so provided for clinic appointments or therapy treatments. Phone 885-9534.    637-48  REAL ESTATE  TWO five acre blocks, e.evat-  , ed property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula  Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  1^0 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  RELIABLE private party, RC-  AF vet, seeking to purchase  a building lot, Vz acre minimum for a retirement, home  . now or within two years.  Principals only. Either waterfront or unobstructed ocean  view preferred. If replying  kindly give directions, location, dimensions, price, terms  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  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple  Listings   Service  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  GIBSONS: Three B.R. house  located on nearly one-half  acre lot. Home has a large  pleasant living room, with an  attractive fireplace. Stove,  frig, freezer and drapes to remain with house. Home also  has a One B.R. self contained  revenue suite. Property is  conveniently located to . shopping, schools and theatre. F.P.  $38,000. with $15,000. down.  Try your trade on down payment.  LOWER ROAD: Two excellent  building lots, close to good  beach. On paved road. Water  connections, tHydro and Phone  available. Lots have been selectively cleared.. Some view  obtainable.   F.P.   $5600.   Each.  GIBSONS: Business location,  with large building located  on 1000 ft. of waterfront property. Separate suite for owner. Enquire for full particulars.  GRANTHAMS: A compact  home with the absolute in  views. Two B.R., A-O furnace.  Beautifully landscaped lot,  Delightfully finished interior.  This outstanding view pi'opor-  ��� ty is offered foi' only $16,500.  with half cash and balance on  eafiy terms,  GIBSONS   BUSINESS   PROPERTY:  4  lots 220'  x  110'  ���"���wlth*"buUdinfi8��--don't��ovorr  look this ono - r(\ako un offer 1  ROBERTS   "Cl^EEK;    1    ,��cro  with   2   bay  garage  and   2  bedroom   homo  -  reduced to  HOlll.  HOPKINS- LDG, LANGDALE:  Ovor ip ft, prime wator-  "frbnt. Extra, large ������flcfcludod-  lot with' lovoly sandy bench..  Very attractive 3 bedroom  homo with H-W heat. $40,1.00.  '' ' . ,v   ', '��� Mombor 7   ,  Vancouver flout EhIhIq Board  PHONE  IIII0-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  VlncoPrewor        886-9359  ,Wally Peterson    886-2877  -Ron��McSavanay.^886a9656,.  Box 230, Gibflonfl, B.C,  "<������-- " ���'" ������������ - - 0244-47-'   ��   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  PENDER Harbour waterfront  ' lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal'for a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,5Q0. Phone 886-7374 or  write box 708, Gibsons.  8202-tfn  SELMA Park - 2 or 3 bedroom  home    with    view.    Utility  room  ahd  work  shed,  $16,000  cash. Phone 885-9571.      697-49  PRIVATE sale - save commission. Buy or rent to purchase Split level in Langdale.  Good view, 4 bedrooms and  fireplace.. Phone 886-78.96 or  886-7770. '698-49  Sparkling new 4 room basement home, convenient to  schools and sl.6ppi.ig. 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 bath and utility. A-oil  heat, adjoining carport. Full  price only  $24,750.  Large commercial, lot in prime  location,   80   x   227',   road  2  sides,   $38,000.  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 al 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!  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)   ���\ _______ __  FOR SALE���2 bedroom home  half basement, wall to wall  carpet, living arid dining area.  Fireplace. Two lots, beautifully landscaped, greerf house  Phone 885-2357. 607-47'  FOR  RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WINTER    accommodation  av.  ailable,   Oct.   lsj.   thru Jyiay  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  MODERN 2 bedroom, Red-  %roofs. W-W carpet, fireplace,  fridge, range, washer. Immediate possession to June 30. References. Ph. 885-2881.    644-48  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  -v  WORK WANTED (Cont.)        HELP WANTED (cont.)  1    BEDROOM    cottage    West  Sechelt.    Single    or    couple.  $100 a month. Ph. 526-7125.  SMALL  house,  Highway   101,  Roberts   Creek   area.   Phone  921-7172. 667-47  COTTAGE, 2 bedroom, partly  furnished.     Roberts     Creek.  Business   couple.   Phone   886-  7316. 674-47  NO. 4 space available at Sundance Trailer Court, Seche.t.  Phone 885-2842. 673-47  CABIN    or    use    your     own  trailer    in    secluded    Halfmoon Bay acreage. No electricity.   Ph.   886-7336. 695-47  YOUR   Painter  is   novAavail.-  _b)e. Ph. 885-9781.        635-48  COLLINS  Handyman  Service.  Duroicl  roofing  and   repairs,  digging,     4iau!'i_lg,      painting,  light  carpentry.- Ph.   885-2391.  \ 64$.-tfn  QUALIFIED      teacher      will  tutor elementary reading  &  math. Ph.  885-2680..        669-47  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - fallin^Vdanger trees  - limbing for view.  ���  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  MARSHALLS Bulldozing. RR1  Sechelt.   Ph.  885r9067  evenings. 671-49  COLLINS Handyman N Service.  Duroid  roofing  and repairs,  digging,      hauling,      panting,  carpentry  etc.  Ph.  885-2391.  676-tfn  Help Wanted, female  SALES LADIES  Our 200 year old company requires full or part time hostesses to work in your local  area. Full training provided.  For details, write P.O. Box  1655, Victoria, B.C. All inquiries   confidential. 9247-47  HELP WANTED  WOMAN companion housekeeper wanted for gentleman, 64. Live in, Gibsons area.  Phone 886-9645 or 886-9831.  Box 666, c/o Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.    666-47  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  -    LOGGERS SEEKING  .     EMPLOYMENT  ,      Steel Spar Operator  Grade Shovel "Operator  Class A Mechanic  Landing Man  . Rigging Slinger  Transportation daily from  -Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call.  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box llO.Port Mellon, B.C. AH  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435, after  6 p.m. -Attention W. Brad-  shaw. 9232-45  \  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  TRAILER space available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,  West Sechelt.  Ph.  885-  2375. 665-51  CARS & TRUCKS  1957    INTERNATIONAL   flat  deck  3  ton.  Running order.  Phone  883-2417. 683a-.48-  1968 CHEVELLE Malibuhard-  - top 2 door, 309 P.S., P.B.,  radio, 23,000 miles. Exc. cond.  $1800., Ph.  885-9480. 680-47  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  9241-46  1   BEDROOM  fully   furnished  home,   $90.  Write   Box   101,  Granthams  Landing  or  phone  988-8446. ^ 464-47  ROOM and board." $255 month.  Phone  883-2512. 699-49  LARGE 4 BEDROOM  HOME  Secluded, -Waterfront.  Madeira  Park  area.  Phone Van.  682-4704.  9227-47  .,,., m_  , -i i.���, i    , ., |- -, - i      .  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  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,  adding  machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  DRESSMAKING and alternations.  Ph.   886-7589.      455-47  FURNACE    installations    and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-71,11.        36-tl.n  lst AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.   2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  Member of the Multiple Listing  SECHELT AGENCIES LID  Service  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  GIBSONS No.  2698  Comfortable family home on wide view lot with  great degree of  privacy and  easy   access.   Easy  terms  on   $18,000  CALL JACK  WARN 886-2681.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons7* B;-C7"���-',-"---i-"'-"��*"-*��886-2481*  *W** ^tftjjwjlsjftjtiw^i*  PACIFIC REALTY  ��KS��&iL\ LTD.   '  ���pox 799/Glbsans, B.C, ��� Van. Direct: 685-3133  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  'Exclusive Agon's' Box 799, Gibsons, D,<J,  WILSON CREEK. Enjoy absofuto privacy nncl roiltpnt-'  monl In thin lovoly 3 hdrm. homo; wllli 'qpor'iori.InT  ^vlew;Jn'0^ca|iifilvo-aroa.-ApproK^_LVSt__acro_.J)qaull.(.ul|y.  landscaped ,and treed prop, Workshop, o..lbulkllngr��  and prlvato driveway. MUST.BE SEEN! PP $39,500���  financing availablo,  SCHOOL ROAD: Gibsons/ one acre of land, suitable  for apattment use, or multi-dwelling. FP $12,500 cash  SEAVIEW ROAD: Lovely view home, cosy one bdrm.,  fireplace, glassed-in sunporch, part bsmt,, auto-oil  heat, This won't last ;at.$ 13,0,00,  QUALITY HOME: There's .pads 'of room In' this almost now homo on Davis Road, handy to SunnycYest.  NotQjhesQjeaturQS���^^  room; d>nlng"ropmr'modorn!k  two bathrooms, utility room,-unfin, roc room In l?aso��  mont. WW In most rooms, tlhs was owner built to architect's'^pocs, FP is ,$3,7^00, half cash, '-balanco a?-  sumo NHA mtge (8%%), try your offors, owner  called away.  BIG LQT on RodroolTsn^^u"OU505)   lovpl, lovoly  troos, a natural for rotlromont, $6,000,,  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT No. 2642  Solid older home on good beach lease lot sheltered by breakwater,  3 bedrooms, fireplace, a low cost investment for summer or full  time living at only $9,500. Assume agreement for sale at 6%  ���you only need approx. $7,000. All reasonable offers considered  by owner. PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves or office 885-2235.  SECHELT���HACKETT STREET No. 2593 .  Excellent level chared lot in area of good homes. Near stores  and 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 &oad  fishing and  sheltered moorage, Make your early selection for view or semi-  watorfront, Full details and prospectus in our office. Prices rango  from $4950 to1! $6000. wlth"30%"do.wn and' 9% ,interest,"CAUi-  DON HADDEN 885-95Q4 or PETER SMITH 885-9463.  ���'GIBSONS-RURAL-~��-h-' *. ,.,.s,,,..,. ,..; ,..,.. ,.., ,���No:2655,  4.9 aero small holding In farming areo. Good water, land % cleared with many large trees kept, Two room cabin, Insulated but  unsorvlc;ad,  A  wonderful   weekend   retreat.  Terms on   $10,500,  ���CALL JACK WARN 886-2681..    ���.  7J  HARM lOyo r lITdc^^  approx, M\ cloarod and cultivated, ample water, ale  O/T loi'S0 house and outbuildings, Road allowance an  2 sides plus 340' ornt.wy,  IOL Torrlllc Investment,  ���  PP ,:|i56,000 .(Offors),  LOOKING FOR PRIVACY: 2 bdrm., completely re-  modelled homo nestledvon'five acres, Fireplace, barbecue, sundeclv wall to wallcarpetsr Many otflor ox-  .traSi-FP��$27,500,48,000'down, Balance,at 8%, .,  ilflj3,000 full prlco .for a now, 2'bedroom homo near  ,  Sdc-helt.  ��� ���    ��� ��� i i     .     .   i i  fj-... . ,  ��� VI EWi-2�� bedroom, modem,, homo, .Flroplaco,. carport,.,.  sundeck, or,..ultQ, rjuoiit housa. FP $23,000  CHASTER'ROAD:r-Larao lot 65x26.,' partly^facirod  for development of trailer or ? Good holdlnn property,       FP $3700 cash.     y  'Waiorfront,' Georgia ,v|ow. .Contemporary 3 bdrm, *  homo with oMl'Mnn<l.nflrfcq|i.rc.s,' WW, f.'rofilcwfo, Two,,  loyola, court yard onlranco, kmdsccipod, ecir.y lorinn oi  -���,������4V5?Q00-down~on4.48,50Q~FP, ..-_ .  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT No, 2657  2 sldp by side warorfronr lots,  140 fopt frontapo. no buildings,  facing yyost to glorious -sunsqts, good building sltosv,Wator���and,  hydro, Lot us discuss financing with you on total asking prlco of  $28,000.  CALL;   DON   HADDEN  885-9504  or  PETER SMITH  885-9463 ovos.  .GOWER POINT WATERFRONT No, 2596  4 bodrgprrtico|onlal, stylo,quality built homo, Tastefully designed  for connfort and cpnvonlonco You must vlow thlshomoto .appro-,  elate tho caro and attention that litis boon alvon both Interior and  exterior to moko this q homo and not Just a houso, Situated on  a quiet stroot,_VYlUi��Hn(>>��:o||pd���vlo\Y.���of;.5Qa,j5|aqds and mountains.  Woll Idhdscapacl .grounds,, Q9sl|yBmalr.lalnQcl.;(Ga'faoo, with work  aroa, !M8,0QQ full prlco rgrms nogolloblo, (CALL; JACK WARN  886-2681 ovos or C, R; GATHERCOLE 886-2785 eves,  'I ���    -  ii  7SE|;MA''WK'!''.:'.7 :'���������*''���������:���<������ ^v���������������!,r,y:r, .���-,������. ,<���.,,,. l-v-Noj-26Si6-  Onp'of lho fli.Ml vlow lots high up In SqIitiq Park has o now 2  bedroom mobile homo all ready for occupancy, It hos boon op'  proved, by.���CSA,,,lho, Building, Inspector, qnd ,,,thQ,��� Bank,..,, Lot ,.bIxq,  16,540 sq, ft, Full prlpg $17,900, To view <_AI,L DQN HADDEN  '..    '   �� 885-9504, .       ��� - , - ,,   .  V*MM|i9_iM!^^  Call LorrlQ.GIrarcl 8867244 or 886-7760,  1 year old 3 bedroom homo on largo lot, WW carpo|,s ���.  'and obod sized utility. Bln'ckiop driveway'closa to  Gibsons, FP $22(90O���$8,000 down, Try your offors  t^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^v^^^m^m^r^^.. 10f., COSOww-������������---_���-_______, ,_^___   "WATERFRONT'PROPERTT-lil^HowcrSoaffdrnlcfl**  bcach and pood moorago, Loyoly homo with super Ylow  from suiuJock, ,$40,000. .        ,,..',.  '     7LISTiNGS~WWED  ���WILSON CREEK'COTTAGE ' No, 2700  ,4,Smc,ll.throe,,room.cottage,,.furnished, l.ydro,.,,wqtor,,otc,,>summor (  or permanent' use on trood loaso lot' by occob�� to flat boach,'  - Full prlco )ua| $3,750, Can you match It? CALLi PETER. SMITH,  -a   ,   085-9463 eves,or oftlcc 88p."2235.  ��� ���   '     ��� ���  ' f AVIS DAY   ;    '        No, i.644  (  Plnanifo your own rotlromont wllh lhl�� duplex on excellent vlow  ' lot jiist a block from iho bench at Davis Boy, Each suite has .  "- bedrooms-and-910'sqrft.- Full-price^$30,000?���for.<dotp|ls and-  appointment CALLi; DON MADDEN GC13-9504.   -J  ', ,"7   '  ���.������P4S^5,{J,,RBQRERTV--SECHELT,  , No, 26.50  "Owhiyuur^Jwnl.uulnosa o|id Invest In wn|ur..on.',p.opo.iy nl^lio  ,, oama llmo, |<loal,'family .cale operation ).|us Z.bodrpom llvlnu  ��� quqrlorii, Soatu 32 In cafo pltm additional ,30.' seal dlnlna room,  Recently:remodelled, tokns odyanlogo of, fipoctocular ocoah'ylow.  ,���Roqiilioq,o,minimum,down paymtini,nf^inly.^rj.OOO,..full inclll*  lionoro ovolldhlft lo ciiiflllfifid .opemior, CALLi PRTCR' SMITH OR  ���nOOKHNTOHico 0815.2235,     < ���  ���     7 j ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ,K. A. .Crosby 886-2098 - J.  E. White  88(S-2935  J, Vlsscr 885-2300 - Mike Blaney 886-7436  'Vp<NW'to!'li��|(fl*i!(l>tos(tt#_  ��**��^rtrt!��w)Hj*.^h��iwfl**����iirt��i(*j  AGENCIES LTP,  Box 155, Socholt 7.,. 7.   ... Phono 885-2235  Or Call Toll Free from Ilia Graajot Vancouver Area  ZEnith 2012 ;  3f  w��5*��tv��wai**ejW��(*wr*  NEAR MADEIRA PARK N  Near new 2 BR h6me_on-Tjpproxr-3/4-ocr^-level-loh-Has-eleetriG���  heating, fireplace, storage and cprport. $21,000.  LAGOON  ROAD  3 good building lots, easy walk to school, stores, post office and  s marinas.   $6,000 each.  IRVINE'S LANDING  3 BR home on lorge view lot overlooking Lee Boy. Close to Marina  and Govt,  wharf." $11,500. \  VIEW LOTS  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, marinas and post  office   One steep lot at $3,000.  the balance priced from $6,000  to  $10,000.  WARNOCK ROAD  Level    lot,    79'x2007    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.  KLEIN DALE OK 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  75'______   $16,500  Ruby Lake, 105' $13,500      %  Fisher Island ���__���_ $16,500  90' $18,500      88' , $18,500  54' beach front,  with   14' trailer ...   $18,000  211' ��� 2 acres,  partially landscaped   $50,000  MADEIRA PARK  Spacious 4 BR ranch style home, built 1970. Electric heat, fireplace, coppertone range and frig included, excellent view. Plus������  fully insulated shop building which would convert to a nice  rental   home.  Close   to   school,   stores   and   marinas.   $37,500.  EARL COVE  Unfinished summer cottage with sundeck, on nice view lot. Close  to public beach area, $8,200.  SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT  1. Sakinow Lake���13.8 acres���approx. 350' choice waterfront���  $33,000.  2. Oyster Bay���nearly 10 acres in Pender Harbour���approx. 550'  waterfront���older house���fruit trees^���$45,000.  3. Egmont���over 7 acres���approx. 560' waterfront���excellent  site for mobile home park^r-paved Maple Rd. runs through  property���$50,000.  LOT AT MADEIRA PARK  I-*  100'xl72' lot���few hundred feet to stores, school, marinas, and  .,���   ^ Govt, wharf. $5,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR  4 BR, partially furnished older home on approx. 54 ft. waterfront  lot. Serviced wjth wator and hydro, close to stores and school,   Asking $29,0007 '  Older 2 BR partially furnished homo with basement. Oil furnaco.  Closo  to  stores,   school,   marinas  and  Goy't   wharf.   $21,500.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  Soml-furnlshod,   water  qnd   hydro,   119'   waterfront  and   float.   ,    ���       $19,000.  l.Mlxal   Lake���157   acres   with   timber���550'   waterfront���  "'*"-.'>��� $50,000, >        ���        ��� -a;-,,.,,.  ,;... ;,,.,',,. .���:.,,.,,.,,.,,,7 ,., I,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,  2. Dark Cove, ���Jervis,Inlet���Approx, ] mile waterfront���) 84  acres���3 good buildings���$150,000.  3, Secret Cove aioa���160 acros���roads and trails throughout���  fairly levql proporty���$70,000,  7 5', Portdor Harbour���approx, 33 acros���approx. i;800' Waterfront  ~ -i- $85,0007 ���"'"������ '���'���" ���'"' ������'-'-'"���        "���"��������� ''"'��������� ������������ /������* ��������� .���'���, ..-'���  MADEIRA PARK  2 PR. homo" on'attractive, landscaped lot with, fruit 'troos. A few  hundred ft, to school, stores and marina. Washar, dryar, range  ���   ���   and frJcJoo ��� Included In prlco of $32,000.  .-���������.-_���' '_.'   '     ��� ������        EARL COyE ..>.t.:.   ' t yi ,  A few'lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  ..' - "madeira park"'"  Choice ylow lots on 72 lot subdivision. Prices from $3,700 to   '  +" '-��� a. ���.��� ,,���,������, GARPEN-BAY   ��� ' - - - ���   Attractive 3   BR  homo���approx,, 1007 from  waterfront���db|o,  ,  , plumbing, flroplaco, sundeck, Flno view, of Harbour, Ooauilfullv  .   ���    landscaped loasQ5lot,'$35,000. '  -____  BROOKS' cqyE-^-HALFMOON' BAY  )9.' d��op'wdHerfront with 3 BR Panqbodo'honio*(4"'codar) with' "  -sundeck; full'bqthraom;*propaneironoo'and'fr/doorAH-ftiniUMto."���"  dlbhou,  boddlno, .olc,,  Included.  No oloclrlclly,  Accobu  by-path  onljrVBbO ft, frum parklna lot lo hou_a, Imniodlala ijuisosbIuii,' '  .    ..IRVINi7rrANDTNG  ��� 2 fil^ parllallyn furnished1 oldoV'hqmo on 'lorrie, vlow lot tivor..  liNiklnn Uo Ony, Clow to-Martan nncl^fiovt, wharf, $13,1300 f  MADEIRA PARK '��  =-^2^H2lO^ mo,r|pn. ,inr|  , ,   ,       post officor$fi;'5oo;: vr*���w���:w���!�����'-   EGMONT 10T5.  ,     Waterfront lots���J1|;ooo lo $13,000,  __J_V"flY.Mtt.J-l^  Wfl��  lOllJlsSlliii  REALTY WrST  Mqclolra Park/B.C.  Phono Pondor ��� HarboMi- 803-2233  rtcwWtelwwMi**-. j  .   .   .^ \
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AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)    BOATS &^NGINES (Cont.)     BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY      FOR S^E (Cpntinuedj)
1969 CHEV h_ ton 350-4 speed
excellent   shape,   niariy   extra:?.   $2500.   Apply   P.O.   Box
727, Sochelt. 679-49
1962   CI1EV   6   cyl.   standard,
$'50,' Ph.   885-2367. .     678-47
1968 BEAUMONT delux hard-
top. automatic, rear speaker,
• defoggej-, -nice condition throughout, $1795. Phone: Days 8867
2225 __.ven.i_gs 886-7398.
'        466-47
1958   DODGE''..   di7  H.T.   V-8
auto.,   radio,   excellent   running   order,   $125.   Phone   886-
7858. • 467-47
17 FOOT plywood boat \yith
no motc^ry can h. rigged for
inboard or outboard. fi.Jicen-
se and- 100 i'^thom ofM>/4"
creek sock-eye net..$550 cash.
Phone 883-26737 668-49
BOATS & ENGINES
15»_ FIBREGLASS boat with
• trailer and 35 HP motor
$850.   Ph.   885-9480. 681-47
BETH MORRIS
YACHT SALES LTD.
617 Bidwell 4ve.
Large selection of Pleasure
and Commercial Craftsand
Engines.
Good   Listings   Wanted
Contact   Capt.   M.    Higgs
Box  374
Gibsons,   B.C.   -   88677424
8173-tfn
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    V
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. WAV.
Walking distance to shopping centre, school, beach, etc. Occupancy Oct.   1st. Asking only $24,900.00. Call SUZANNE OR  LEN
VAN EGMOND* Days 885-224 1 or Eves 885-9683
WATERFRONT -- WEST SECHELT
Ni^'Llre_-e^lot overlookir.9 Trail   Islands.  Good  beach.   Asking
only $12,500.00. Phone LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days
885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.
470' OF WATERFRONT
Approx.  3 acres in Secret Cove. Protected mooraqe.  Good  roads
to   property.   Water.    Ideal   for   small   marina   or   private   group.
Asking only $52,000.00. Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND
Days 885-2241 or 8*85-9683 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 V_ acre lot with view in village of Sechelt. Across the street
from  access to  nice  beach.   Driveway  in.   Nicely  treed  for your
privacy. Asking only $6,500.00. Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN
EGMOND days 885-2241 Eves. 885-9683.
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.
V.L.A. WEST SECHELT
125'x420' view property. Treed. F.P. $8,950.00. Cnll Jack or
Stan Anderson days 885-2241   or eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.
19.7 ACRES
REID ROAD South Slope. Treed with some clearing. Small cabin.
Well on property. Gqzzetted Roads on 3 sides. F.P. $35,000.00.
Call Jack or Stan Anderson days 885-2241   or eves.  885-2385
or 885-2053.
UNFINISHED HOME .
864 Sq. Ft. house. Drywalling finished. Large Vz acre lot. Fireplace.
Wiring is in. Concrete foundation. Cedar siding. Excellent terms.
F.P. $15,000.00. Call Stpn or Jack Anderson Days 885-2241  or
Eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.
WEST SECHELT .
Serviced lot. Corner location.  83' highway frontage.  One  block
to good  beach,  Some trees, mostly cleared,  Excellent soil.  F.P.
$4,950.00, Call Stan or Jack Anderson Days 885-2241 or Eves.
 ■" ' 885-2385 or 885-20537
SARGEANT. BAY
% acre lot, nicely treed, good access. Quiet area. Torms. Suitable
for summer cottage or trailer—R2 area, F.P, $3,600,00,' Call
Stan   or,. Jack-Andorson  days   885-2241, .eves,, 885-2385   or.
885-2053.
REDROOFFS—SEMI-WATERFRONT
2000 sq. ft. 4 bedrm. 22x24. Rec rm.I WW carpots, Fireplace
■-In-.Qrgo^ylew^llv.^rmr^Jargo^tots.^Landscqpod-Horso^barna^SOOi™.
lo safe public beach Roalv aluo at $33,900, Terms, Call SUZANNE
dr LEN day 885-2241. Evos,  885-9683.
DAVIS BAY, VIEW
Lgo, treed gardpn lot. 2 bdrm,, full bsmt., lo«. bright kltchon,
oloctrlc stovo and frklgo Included, Lgo, sundock wllh outstanding
vlow of Gulf. Auto, oil heat, W/W carpet In 20' llv, rm, Lifetime
Vynal'.siding.- Ideal for rotlromont. Asking $24,900, Call .Jock pr
Stan /.ndorson days 885-2241 ofo.tf. 885-2053 or 885-2385,
WATERFRONT HALFMOON BAY
ta|.acro*|ondscaped*groundsr|arfle«o|der-well malntalnodJjbgso. „
" Water! ront" Is flat 'arid lovol^Smairfloar/^oai-'slwcr'and'Z xor-;
. garago,..,F.P,   $42.5Q0.p0,  Call  Stan or ^ck Andorson  doys
885-2241, ovos, 985-2385 pr 885-2053,        ' y'
VIEW — SELMA PARK
Largo wall' situated lot. Excollont vlaw, 2 blocks lo beach & storo,
Cloarod and' serviced, Full Prlco $7,000,00, ColI Jock; or Stan •
 Andorson. Poy» BB5.2241, Evos, BQ5 j3B5^r,8fl5-2Q53,, ,	
ROBERTS GREEK
«wYour*cholc*«ofw3*|ot„»on*a*pQvocl»roacUAII»sQr,vlCfia4jyiJl
nro clpqrocl Wllh o"fow fri.lt Iroos. Good bulking nlloi ori all
 loin, r,|\45,950,00, Call Jack or Stan Aodorwn, Days,JHJ-W41,
Evos, 885-2053 or mMNb^
'  'sAHDY,HCOI<t]^TERS6NT r      ',   ,
Havo ypyr .own" floor In frfoM of your m.mmor ^"\™$Lae$2
on thlV fully sorvlcod 70^.00' lot, Naturally ^%™'JA'
$13,730, Torms, Coll Stan or Jock Anton Pays **l*>^4l,
 ^"^Evnn; 885-2053 or. 885-2385,
.'..  ' ' '     • .'.   READY TO BUILD ,
Build your homo In a nico rosklonllal arpo, with tlio most out- ,
standing vlow, Only lwo lilnckn to «'f"",af jq ''tf YooSfto'
a school, Rilly sorvlcod for only $6»00. ^WM?*?\™;
Cnll |.rn OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND aPayo PB5-2241 or i.vm.
"    '   .    '  "  '     ..'      '    ,0^5-9683. ■
135'"OF WrVTERFi^T^HALFMOON I3AY.     ,
Chofmlng 2:„.bd.m. homo.....F)onlq«llc vl,c\v.. -Pro""^"'1 m°5Jj?gS
only   $34,900.00.. To   vlow   co||   UN   OR-SJJMNNI,   Y/\n
'" """     BEACH LOT
Only ono lot of Its kind, Flat to lho wator, ^'f'^"^^"^?;
-A-inmrri?™^
-$ 14.900 00-tf.N OR-SU'ZANME'VAN-GmMwM^
'     ' Eyes, 88B"?6Q?'__ ';    '        ■
'!   'SELMA*AWC')^I^S^%mM^
Got your lot now o» an Invorttnont.or MM on. Only' "WJ;;*
Coll today LEN Oil SUZANNE VAN F.GMONP flfiQ-2241 or..l.y«i.
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.   .   \ NEWSLETTERS       7
BfUains oldest est_M__ished
newsletter requires agents.
Payment by good commission
on sales of newsletttei-subscriptions etc. Write Box 9229 c/o
FeniRsula"" Times,\" KO~ $1.,
Sechelt,  B.C.      . 9229-50
■■■^.i. _u_j _..   \.   . -j-.\-** *y.    __■■■_   ^     ^r.„j ..
EARN "MONEY
x       IN SPARE YlME     x
Men or Women to re-slock
and collect..money from New
Type high ouality corn-operated dispensers in your area.
No selling. To qualify, must,
have car, references, $1000.00
to $3000.00 cash. Seven to
twelve hours \yeekly can net
excellent)- iacome: Mdre full
time. We establish your route.
For personal interview write:
including phone number.
B. V. Distributors Ltd.
Pf$t.   "A"
Hi7  Tecumseh  Road,   East,
WINDSOR 20, Ontario.,
9246-47
.mi'"' "  '  .: ■..
F^MALS tpy poodles puppies,
blsck-g   Qri.d   1   silver   beige.
Phone  fflfiimi. 621-47
Fij$3£  to ffjpd  homes,  month
old puppies, 'part black Lab.
Phone  885-2080. 682-49
KITTENS, 2 orange, 1 black &
white.     Crossbred     Huskie
puppies. Ph. 885-2J680.     670-49
FREE   to  good   home,  spayed
female eat.  Phone 881.-9788.
690-47
LIVESTOCK
SWIFT Feeds — H. Jacobson,
Swift dealer. Nor'West Bd.,
Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - H,og
feed - Cattle feed. Hay and
other feeds by order.   258-tfn
FOR SALE        	
FIREWOOD, $20. cord delivered. Also coal for sale. 885-
9715^ after 4 p:m7" "^—593:47
WORK   CLOTHES-sportswear
or what hgve you at Morgan's Men's  Wear.        587-tfn
ELECTROLUX—Sales,     Serv-
ice,   Supplies. Ph.. 886-2989.
390-tfn
FIREWOOD,   $25   cord   deliv-
ered,    now    taking    orders.
Also coal for sale. Ph. 885-7915
after 4 p.m. 664-48
"FREE"
-your own snowmobile repair
parts & accessory catalogue
— "Save Up To 30%" —
Just mail your name and address to "Direct Distributing
Inc., P.O. 1178, Hull, Quebec,
Canada. A complete selection
of parts & accessories to
choose from. No matter ^hpre
you live, You'll aljyays receive
fast service. 02^0-49
FIREPLACE   WQpjsl   for   sale.
Dried alder, maple and .fir.
Phone 883-2417,   .,..,, 6g4-§n.
FIREWOOf}-.$}ti> per coird de-
Jivered. Ph. Q85-9QP7 7even-
ings. m-W
"rfliiifi.""''$l'5V'
075-l/fn
s_—,——^ .____ ..	
TOP soil^or sale from  West
Sechelt. ' Contact .Frank Jof-
genseh. 885-9796. -696-49
FQR; SALE Dec. Y Lovely It-
3_*an   fruit wood   B.R,   suite,
French   Provincial   fruitwood
' D.R. suite, both excellent condition,   Tynan   Kant-sag * L.R..
suiTe   needs   recovering;   Simmons xtra long twin bed SheJ)-
patd" castdfts,\Koilywood  "bed
v with legs. 20"" Phiico portable
color TV with stand, beautiful
Phiico stereo, French Provincial in fruitwood. LR DR and
\BR grapes, lined, J'ire -basket^
fire screen. Cash only. For
particulars call Mr. Rear 885-
9872. 694-47
COMBINATION  ojl   heater  &,
electric   range.    Tanks    and
pipes   included.   Ph.   886-7856.
■ 691-47
BED-Chesterfield   ahd   matching   chair,   $35.   Phons   883-
2791. .692-47
TWO   oil   heaters,   one   large,
one  small,  $20  each.  Phone
885-9565. 693-47
GOOD utility trailer, steel box
9' x 4^2" clear inside. Lights
and   licence.    E.    T.   Wiggins,
Madeira Park.  Ph. 883-2485.
685-49
5   cu.   ft.   refrigerator,   demo.
11,0 volt 7 $99
15' Fibreglass boat, elec pump,
wiper, etc. Elec. 50 h.p.
motor, coriv. top. ....   . $1195
5V2 h.p. Gale outboard  $99
1,5'   Fibreglass   boat   with  100
. h.p.  Merc  and  trailer.   $995
MADEIRA MARINA
Phone 883-2266
9245-47
LEGAL NOTICES
SUNSHINE COAST
REGIONAL  DISTRICT
PUBLIC HEARING  ...
2 YEAR Old'"'$
Phone m-mt
MARINE ^)E$^.£S
Paint—Fi^regJaap—Bopp—
 Canvas—Rojfti JH^vy^ro
Compressed ^ feryipe
NYGREN SA^
(1971) LTCI.  ,
Phone- 886-9303,- GJbsppa,™ p.C,^
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
the Legion Hall, Madeira
Park, B.C., to consider bylaws 35(11) and 35 (12) - bylaws to amend the Sunshine
Coast Kegional 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 contained in
the by-laws.
The intent of the by-laws:
1. By-law 35 (11)  - To intro
duce a new zoning 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).
Tgilta notice that the above
is a' synopsis of by-laws that'
may bp inspected at the Regional Di-striftt Office, TDayis
$W, at ..tfte times indicated,
namely, [Monday to Friday,
.8;3jQ a,in. to 3.2:30 p.m. and
I'M p,in. to 4:Q0 p.m. .and the
synopsis is riot intended to be
and is not to )je deemed to he
mn interpretation" of 1he hy-
■laws. '■'■':■
Sunshine Const Regional'
District '
Bp^WIQr"'Seohfett; B;C7
885-2838.
CharJe-s F.  Gooding
Administrator,
.-f)236-pub.-OctQber.,ll;-48,-1972,-
■""-"""-'"" ,™""i"PEiSPER':'HARPOUR,"-,-"-i""   ■""" "" "
a '  <' '
OYSTER  (-AGOON;  f-ovoly  parkllko  lot  on  Kent  Road,  good
bul|d|np 9r mpfello .ho-me site,  As|dno  $^,000 on ,o,asy ^erms.
WATERFRONT: Protflcted mporoge and a beautiful vlpw aro tho
main fo'atwrqsof ihlB'Ba.galn Harbour property,, Thoro's also a
3 room cabin which 'Is, no gr6at shakes, but could bo,  Prlco
$ 19,5Q0 torms,
^WATERFRONT; 275' of,decplprotected.,mooragoipn.4,boautlful.
acres In' tho hoart of Madeira Park;1 Property has1 been' landscaped
and prepared' for resort Mldjngs with all roads arid campsites
"'v"""" coftj-lored."$50,000.""'',' ';
3 ,BEDROOMS—Very ■ pretty 2,'year old .cedar homo In Madeira,
Park, Over 1300 sq, ft; of llylng area, one'arid a hqlf bathrooms.
balcony, cMq to all shops, school and, right qcross streo|. from
nood mooraQo, Asking $21,500 with poss, terms,
„„...,. ..^4..... 444, ..'.".. :.:i> t. 4, .^1 4,.., .J (, .,1 .*■ * . I. ....l. i, II...I. ,il .1....... .,'■ T.I .'J i-ll, .■■': '.^lA  ...^11 W* .,!!.- ^-  ".I  :'.'  -.4(1 v^ . ' I '■'. 4 4 4. .\.,l ..1,1P., - , ...'. ,.■>.:; .' , .. ,
JOCK HERMON—883,2745 (Any Tlm<?)    ,
^^-^-.^i^XhjARLES-ENGLISH
JOHN BREEN LTD.
R09J Estqtp -f Insurance
....,!.„_ Pendor^Harbour"'EgiTiont— Earl's-Cove— —■
WATERFRONT ACREAGE—6V_» acres with A25' of
beqeh; 700' on highway,  Ideal for Marina, Hotel-
(Motol or what hpve yot^, Or, Ideal for condominium
.for 4,'or'5 famlllos. ,FP,,$49,900.
ACREAGE-^-Apprbx, 7,acros on Highway 101; with
,  : 500' of frontage FP $1!3;0Q0.
Wtt^.tJwI'WiF)1-*'"!!! < N_<JI>fl*
SEMI-WATERFRONT LOT—Nicely treed, good location, water ancl power available, Only  100 paces
from bead}, FP $7000. with Vz down.    ,
THRDBrHftRto
position wiih winter Income, Ownor requires chqnge,
,  Just $^Q,000 FP; Qffers on down payment.
' ' '        I NEED LUTINGS
Call John Breon at 883-2794 (24 hours)
■.«•*<**< h^wm-H"^
Pender^Hgrhdw Comniun.tY Hall
spiSol auxiliiiry
ot for Saturday, October 21
The Peninsulo Times Page A-5
Wednesday, October 18, 1972
THE  OCTOBER meeting of  the  Pender
Harbor Auxiliary to St. Mary's Ho?
pital was held Oct. 11, with the president,
Kirs. J. Donnelly presiding. Thirty-one
members were present.
Members   learned   with     regret   that
Canon  Alan   Greene  had   died.  He   was
vitally  concerned, with   St.  Mary's  Hos- .
pital  especially   in   its  early   years   and
willi the organizing of the Pender Harbor -^
Auxiliary-.
The main concern of the meeting was
finalizing plans for the annual carnival
to be held at the Pender Harbor Community Hall this Saturday at 7 p.m. There
will be many attractions, it was reported.   *
The novelty table will, no doubt surpass those of previous years with its array df handicrafts made over the past
year by members of the auxiliary and
their friends. ■      - »   :
Por the youngsters, there will be a
fish pond and mystery parcels.
Winners of the food hampers. wilJ be
able? to forget for a while a* least, the
bug-bear of rising food  costs
White elephants often provide a
lucky buyer with something he has' wanted for a long time but could not find.
Delightful concoctions  from  local kitchens   will   be   displayed   on   the. home   '
cooking table—fresh home made breads,
always  the  favorite  offering,  and  many
other tooth-some goodies.
Then on to fun with games of chance,
dime toss,'clown throw, pick-a-card and
bingo. Save your dimes and quarters for
the fun  night of  the  year.
Raffle tickets are still available and
there will be various "draws", and
"lucky" gue-sses".
Look for the posters advertising the
carnival. They were made by the pupils
of Madeira Park Elementary School. The
names of the contest winners will be
published later. All the posters deserve
praise.
Other items of business were covered.
Mrs. 1<\ Olsen and Mrs. S. Scarfo will
attend the hospitals' convention in Vancouver, this week. Members who have
attended in previous years state that
delegates return with invaluable information and ideas.  .
MfsV Portebus reported  on the""workT
of the Pender Harbor volunteer workers
who regularly give their time to St.
Mary's Hospital. Pender Harbor ladies
will be relieved of this duty during the
winter months when driving conditions
may be treacherous, but will take part
again in  the spring.
The  "sale   of  souvenirs     at   the   local   .
stores   during     the   summer     was   most
I
gratifying.  The souvenirs weremade by
the members.
■ - - Mrs. - Brown- is  happy  to ^ report^' th'^t*
she feels  like ..a  yo yo, she  is called so
often   to   the   Mini   Thrift   Shop.   Please
keep    donations    coming—leave     them
where you see  the cannon  on Highway
When   tea   was   served,   Mrs.   Course
was presented  with  a cake in honor of
'her 50th wedding anniversary.
Members should note the following:
The work party for the carnival should
be at the Community Hall at 7 o'clock
Friday,   Oct.   20. ,
Blessing jars should be brought to
Mrs. Logan at the November meeting.
W
UVBGE
ASSORTSVIEWT
OF
\v\
HANDBAGS  and
EVENBNG PURSES
AT
WIGARD .HOE STOR.
885-9345
Sechelt
SEAVSEW MARKET
Roberts Creek, B.C.
CHANGE OF STORE HOURS
Commencing Sunday, October 29
The Store will be  Closed Sundays Only
for the Winter Months!
THANK YOU
Sid and Marg Campbell
;^'^>t"fv'*. ■■
LEGAL NOTICES (cont'd)
SUNSHINE COAST
REGIONAL  DISTRICT '
PUBLIC HEARING
Pursuant, to s. 703 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-law "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 	
east of. Lagoon Road' to RII -
Residential.
Take.;notice'!that "the above
is a synopsis of n by-law that,
may be inspected at .tho .Regional* •District- Office,- Davis
Bay, nt tho times indicated,
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Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  \  \  \  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, October 18, 1972  "TV  NOTICE TO WATER USERS  ,  ���    .     V     ... 7'. .- '.7     V  Water will be off  IN THE AREA  FROM THE  HOSPITAL  TO THE  FORESTRY  CORNER  ALONG  HIGHWAY 101  Thursday, October 19  $���arm. to 12  noon  G.  DIXON  Superintendent  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays-7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail  Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30' p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  Rely On Us  forExpert  IMHVTCH  REPAIR  A Specialty  With Us  Stones &  Fine Gifts  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100% Waterproof  Watches by Rolex  ALSO  EWICAR WATCHES^  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sochelt, B.C. 885-2421  Elphie Sports  ���by Joan  Blomgren  LAST   Monday   our   senior   boys'   rugby  club   travelled   to   New   Westminster  where   they   participated   in   an   18-team  tournament.  Elphie was given the first game by  default over an absent Charles Tupper  team. This "win" placed us in the winner's bracket. The next game resulted  in an .8-6 victory for Elphinstone over  Magee 'C, rating us as one of the top  five teams in the tournament.  Although", the senior boys played well,  the final game was lost to a very strong  Magee 'A' team. Bill Sluis was outstanding player for the Cougars, and scored  one try. Larry Knowles also scored a  try, and did an exceptional job of tackling.  Altogether the boys had a really enjoyable time, appreciating the experience.  An under-13 rugby team from Sutherland played against Elphie's Grade 8 and  9 boys last Tuesday afternoon. The boys  would like to thank Mr. Grant, Mr.  Montgomery, and Mr. Gray for cheering  them on  to their 22-0  victory.  Elphie also scored a 3-0 win against  Pender Harbor in soccer last Wednesday. Mike Musgrove made two goals for  the Cougars with Stevie Miles adding  a single.  This year senior boys basektball will  be coached by Mr. Lame Grant and Mr.  Garry Gray. With the players from last  year's team and the junior.boys that have  come up, the coaches feel that the Cougars should have a strong team this year.  Hell Week 1972 will start the last week  of October. *lt is coach Grant's idea of  a conditioning program which lives up  to  its  name.  . Regular practices for ihe senior boys  will begin Nov. 1, wiih their first game  at a tournament in Princeton on Nov.  17 and  18.  Senior girls bask.ctball practices will  also begin Nov. 1. The girls' first games  will be played at a tournament in Haney  on Nov. 24 and 25.  The cheerleaders are another group  in the school who are practising hard for  basketball season. A few senior members  from last year have been teaching cheers  to an cnthusiaslic bunch of girls who will  beco.me. this year's junior and .senior,  crfcerleaders, The girls have also been  operating a milk stand at noon hour to  raise money for warm-up jackets for: tho  senior boys' basketball team..  Tho cross coun.try loam will enter  .their, first moot on- Oct, 28.-in Stanley  Park. Mr. Stood, no..', the cross country  coach, feels tlml Brian Evans and Bill  Sluis should do quite well for tho school  in their events.    ��� "'" '  Informal gathering  John  Pankratz,   right,   Progressive    group of young  Conservative  candidate    for    Coast  Chilcotin, listened to the views of a  p e a p 1 e recently.  Pankratz and the youngsters discussed a wide range df topics.  Opinions not heard...  Young people have no voice,  Conservative candidate told  "THE TRUE feelings of young people  are seldom heard," was the opinion  expressed at a meeting of Young Progressive Conservatives in Powell River  recently.  The YPC's met with John Pankratz,  Progressive Conservative candidate in the  coming federal election, to pass . on the  group's views on a wide range of issues.  "Too often," Judy Wilson said,' "we  are all treated like kids until we reach  the magic age of 18 and then overnight  we are expected to act like adults."   Another YPC pointed out that the  Opportunities For Youth program "had  given youth a bad image because of  some poor project's and poor administration. Most young people are interested in  working and earning their way."        A  It is the vocal few, Pankratz was  told, which seem "to get all the publicity.  The majority seems to go along with  roles and regulations, many of which  are not liked. It ..was agreed that the  young people themselves were "partly to  blame  for  this  apathy.  In a free discussion with the young  people, Pankratz outlined his political  philosophies. "I do believe in change,"  he told the group, "but change must come  from building on what we have. Clearing, the decks and starting from scratch  is often a painful and dangerous way  for the country to grow."  He added, "you have to recognize the  contributions of previous generations.  There must have been logic in building  the Canada we know today. But we can't  stop now because of frusjtrations stemming from things like youth unemployment. Political involvement by you, our  young  people  is  mandatory  if   our   life  style is to flourish."  At the conclusion of the meeting, the"  Powell River YPC group, under the leadership of Linda Wick, said thqy would  actively help in Pankratz'  campaign.  MORE    ABOUT ...  ��� Marathon swimmer  ���from page A-l  you to convey to all members of the  Sechelt District Chamber of Commerce  an expression of her majesty's sincere  thanks for their kind message of loyal  greetings, sent on the occasion of their  silver anniversary birthday which is to  be  celebrated  on   14th  October.  "Her majesty mtfeh*'' afcypreciates the  terms of this message and sends her  warm good wishes for an enjoyable evening." The letter was signed by W.  Heseltine and initiated E.R.  The letter from Roland Michener offered congratulations and "my warm  ��iood wishes for the success of your fut-  ', ure endeavors for civic betterment."  Entertainment was provided by the  Fred Bass Trio of Vancouver and Gillian  Campbell, vocalist. Following the banquet, the more than 100 guests danced.  MISS Bee will have a Cup  and Saucer  Sale on Thur., Fri. and Sat., Oct. 19-  21,  Very  good  selection Of  various  patterns,  Wharf  Road   Sechelt.  Canada  needs MORE  New Democrats!  More NEW DEMOCRATS in Ottawa will reflect your demand that  mass unemployment is unnecessary.  More NEW DEMOCRATS will insist that rising prices must be held  down.  More NEW DEMOCRATS will help win the fight for a really fair  tax system.  More NEW DEMOCRATS will ensure that Canadians will control  their own economy.  In short, the more NEW DEMOCRATS you send to Parliament,  the better chance you stand of haying your interests respected by government. And that's what this election is about.  Authorized  by Coast-Chilcotin NDP Campaign  Committee  DAW  SATURDDAY,  OCT.  9:30 p.m. -  1:30 a.m.  Music by 'SPAjlKUHG APPLE'  SECHELT RESERVE HALL  Everyone Welcome  ���~iz. M sMwffli"  *���(. .   i^*iliM&*H*a'l*^-'**.J  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  ���Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8;00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DVKES   ���  (3o\yor Po|n^ Road  Singles $2.00 - Couples $3.00  , a'Aga 1?; and over���.##&.  '.��-Mw,f  (Sponsored by Secholt  Renegades Soccer Club)  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT - 885-9416  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 19, 20, 21  Cross Rib Roasts  ft. 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Block HrxaCxlOB*  '    $27.00 at  MADEIRA MARINA  Phone 883-2266  .* Wat  ThePeninsula  Section B  ..co.    ^a..aa_.^.i    _:'_>iJ..ifi_  _.'I___a9 UTieS  204 West btnvAve.-, ' X    ������  Vancouver lo-, '_.   c.  -r-���\-  We?dnesday, October 18, 1972  Pages 1-8  \\  Sailed coast ior 40 years...  '        ��� ��� ��� \ -...      . ���  ...  Canon iUun Greene built churches,  in isolated communities  19        ���  Warm Winter  BOOTS  m m i^t��iw<&pi#im. *  FOR THE  WHOLE  FAMILY  WIGARD  Shoe Store  SECHELT  885-9345  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  INGO  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO CO  $10 D&OR piRizE  ���by  Mary' Tinkley    year later joined tfte Rev. John Antle as  WITH the death of the Rev. Canon Alan     * ��� Pjj** ��n  th* Misf^n ^P '?��1U^  Dallas Greene on Oct. 10 at the age of     ]n ���*>. he returned  to  Tdrbnto  where  83,  the British. Columbia Coast  has  lost    *��r ^��Tye^ he+ **ve* *f -^sistant to  one. of its pioneer marine missionaries.   '    DivH. J. Cody at St. Pauls Church  __,        .  7-. .���.    7^7    ,     ���        ���_.��� During the First World War,  he ��er(-  Born in ^_-t_^r^,_ie_^^_^_sm___ved^iir_Eur        as chaplain 4o-the-^123rd -.  of the Rev  Canon Richard W. E. Greene,    BaUn  mh RoVal Grenadiers and later to  rector of  St. James   Church, Orillia. the 125th Brantford Battn. With the end  Canon   Richard  Greene was  the  pro-    0f the war, in 1919, he returned Ho British  -  totype of 'Canon Drone" in Stephen Lea-     Columbia  and  for  the  next  40  years,  cock's   classic   Sunshine   Sketches   of   a    served   as   marine   miss.ionafy   with   the  Little Town. Columbia  Coast Mission,  visiting  Indian  Alan Greene graduated from Toronto N  villages,   logging   camps,   isolated   settled-  University   with   a   BA   and   studied  at    ments   and   light  stations   along   the   is-  Wycliffe College for h\s diploma in theo-    lands   and   inlets  of   the  co$st.   For   the .  logy,-From  1911   to  1914, he spent each    first 17 years of his m.inistry, he patro'led  summer  on   the  British Columbia  coast,    the southert. area of the mission, territory  running  the  mission  ship Irene for  the    which   extended   from'   Pender   Harbour"  Columbia Coast Mission. He was ordained    and Campbell River north as far as Cape  as   a  deacon   by   Bishop  De  Pender   in    Scott and Seymour Inlet, working from  Christ  Church  Cathedral  in  1912  and a " his home base at Qtiathiaski Cove, Quadra Island. During those years, he worked  under' the   inspiring   leadership   of   the  Rev. John Antle, a remarkable man who  had founded the Columbia Coast Mission  in 1905. and in the course of a few short  years, had built four hospitals .and two  hospital ships.  Canon  Greene  succeeded  John  Antle  as superintendent of the Columbia Coast  Mission in 1936 ond for the next 23 years,  with Pender Harbour as his marine base,  he administered the  hospitals  at Pender   x -'  Harbour, Rock Bay, Alert Bay and Car-  riden   Bay.   In   addition   he   established  medical     ciinics     at   Whaletown,   King- ,  come and Village Island. He built t_hree     /  churches  on   Cortes   Island , and   one   at     1^ v   "jfctf  Campbell River, and he built cottages for    fl| V  *W^  senior   citizens   at  Garden   Bay,   Pender  . Harbour. He was assisted by his brother,  fe:t_ielate Canon-Heber Greene,-who ser-��:  ved as chaplain of the hospitals ship Columbia. At that time, the Columbia Coast  Mission offered the only medical service  available   to   many   isolated   camps   and  settlements   along   the   coast,   serving   as  many   as   15,000   people,   including   1���500  '"Indians.             7 - ^"7"  Retirement in   1959  meant for  Canon  Green only a continuation of his care and;s  service for his fellow men. Adjoining his.,  home at Redrooffs, he ' built the Church.,-.  of His  Presence as a memorial to those,  whom  the Columbia Coast Mission had!  served  and who had passed to another _.  life. He served on the board of St. Mary's"  Hospital, , Sechelt   and   was   chaplain   of  Branch 112 Royal Canadian Legion (Pen-  Rev. Canon Alan D. Greene  SUNSHINE COAST  COURT OF REVISION  ..*V.;,W��-^rt'+1"-."'-^-'    ',..���'.   ������,-*������.-  '����-.���** T��"H>   PUBLIC NOTIGfcis hereby given that.a Court of Revision will be held  at:  REGIONAL BOARD CHAMBERS, DAVIS BAY  Wednesday, November 1, 1972, at 10:00 a.m.  to hear complaints, correct and revise the Preliminary List of Electors  for:- , ',, / v       ��� 2'  Electoral Areas A, 'B,'Wtb, E, aritf F  of the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  The Court of Revision may:  a. Correct the names of elector? in any way wrongly stated  therein or; "   '  b. Add the names of electors omitted from the list; or  c7 Sfrikeour the n^  entitled to yote or who are disqualified from voting; or  ,d. Correct any rnanifes^ error thei;ejln.:   sf,-.e��y^h��vi.,^tiiv,a  _-.--...^._ __-< ...v. cn ^c��__.v_,-a__ ___c 1UU VJrcil- Many  gather  for  funeral  de.T'Harbour^                 s^heit ^Boy    St. Hilda's Anglican Churcli, Sebhelt, Mary's hospital. Many other friends    Greene, shown here, was greeted by  Scouts. He was president of the Sunshine "was, filled   to overflowing    for the filled St. Hilda's hall where a public-    many friends   and  well-wishers  ait  Coast    Senior    Citizens'    Housing    arif ���  >fune^ address system   was,   set up.; Mrs,: -.jtliSLifiiQsi:^ .^  brought a long cherislied" dream to reality   ^ 7' ''                   ,        .v         "                  .    >               .   ,     ',  pinvthe building of.-24 units of senior citi-  -    t  . ..fv-..  inspection purposes, upon the notice board as follows;  ELECTORAL AREA  ,M.-!.,<  COVERED  A  ���T.'-Av.T-.  ' v "���A���  B  ,4, C ...  '7   D' '  E  F  POSTED LOCATION  Garden BAy Post Office  :Egmpnt:|P6st;,r Off ice7 ,i-  ��� IVIa^lratfPqrk'' -Fosity. Of f ice ���, - 7  Halfmoon7Bay, Store  Regional District Office  Roberts Creek Post Off Ice  Elphinston Secondary School  Hopkins Landing Post Office  '  ,K.  zens'   homes   at  Greene   Court,   Sechelt,  wQiich were named in his honor.  A devout and godly man, he yet had  the common touch which made him, the  friend of, all. During his retirement he:  was continually called on to officiate at  weddings of sons and daughters of couples he had married "many years before.  Children he . had-christened in lonely  parts of the coast, sometimes on boai'd  one of the mission ships, \yould return to    I  ""Kim"   bringing  tKeir , chilclren Tand Teveri  their grandchildren to be christened. He  - travelled many a wearyjourney, to.lonely ;  coastal points 'lo"perform the ' last rites  for men and women he had comforted  !' in, times of .sorrow und who looked upon, ���  him as a dear and beloycd friend. Despite  his own failing  health; he never  spared   himself   in   carrying   out   these  duties."'.       ������'���������'���������'������'������ ������ ���"_������    ��������������� ������ ��� ���  ���'���  4...,v,v  ,��*��*. i��He*also�� extended- his "Wide1 circle "of"'"  friends by a serieff of radio broadcasts  oyer t^ePBC, ont his, Temftniscenccs, He ,  also mado n series of morning broadcasts  for senior citizens.  Canon Greqn was twice man-led. His  first wiife, Gertrude, died suddenly at  Canso, Nova Scotia, while they woro on ,  ;.' why their h6me from a trip tb England in  71900 and ho married Dorothy' Andrews  while on u visit   to England In 10(12, Ho  Is survived by two sons, John of Toronto  nnd Alim of Duncan,; lu^'itKroo'daughtori, 7  / Barbara , Barnes pC Toronto, Mnrjorio  Greene of Vancouver tun'd Catherine Tuck  of.PJSjI, ���  -->*���  ^Jhe    rJLlttie   Uaaab  ??  aaapom  nnaunced ...  . r  . i r .   -v '  E WEEKS'TIL CHRISTMAS!  HAVE YOU GOT YOUfc SNOW7IIRES YET?  '"-HtlRRY "ON    IN   AMD    GET   YOURS   WHILE    QUANTITIES   UVST  \;;7777;.; 7:-22\. 7:  ��� ��� ���   7    ,; 7:'��� -;' ;> ",���: ".' "  LBGHT TRUCK TRACTBON SALE  "���f:���-OCTOBER 18 ':��� 28"'  ' ''7 ���'��� ���'_7_77===_  _W__  ������vUg?"  Cpmplctc preliminary lists of all Electoral Areas dfo qlso opan for  Inspoctlon by tho pMbllc ot Mio Ro9lo*iaLPSs*��ct Offioo, Davis Pay,  Dated October 12, 1972. ���,.        ,Hf... ti, ���.  ^Mii,wawwwwwtf#piiwiaMaU,^i(i_wawW*i����'IMaa��w^wai^^M^ 9Mtm%MKll9lH 99 fU**.  mmUmmm^mmt*'''  I  Assistant So<3ro^ary-*Tro<iSMror  Plako C. Aldorson D,C.   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V ^JBtjWSWtilWJIt^^  ���4iw*nt,��i,*.  tot. * 'wHiUft ��i  'Itl' ,h*<  PHONE 885-2700  h\ i  :    HH.    *4.    ,f   ly*  'ttt+l.t.  4,    ��,1  lt�� b**f.i'-<>f.tf��.   ^t BCY**, \  \\  Page 6-2 7 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/Oc^ber 18, 1972  Around Gibsons Break and entry nets youth 60 days in jail  ���by Sylvia MacLean, 886-212]  ELWOOD  Ellis Panehishin,  Gibsons, was  _sontcnced to 60 duys in jail on two  charges of 'break, enter and theft. The  court was told Panehishin broke into the  Court Laundromat Oct. 7 or 8.  The .second offence Pnnchishin committed was the break and entry of the  Coast Inn Cafe on the same night, court  was told.  Anthony Clifford Gibson, Gibson^,  was convicted on a charge of break, entry  and theft of the Coast Inn Cafe, Gibsons,  and also on a charge of theft under $200  from the Pink Elephant Laundromat,  Gibsons. The court was told, the accused  accompanied Panehishin on the break  and entering charge.  For his first appearance in adult court  Gibson, was given a suspended  sentence  DINAH  Coates  was   the  surprised  guest  at a bridal showe"rNheld in her honour . Sunshine   Coast "Trailer  at the home of Robert and Diane Coates  of Reed Road on Sept. 19.  " Attending were Brenda Weinhandl,  Sandy Page, Berni.ee Chamberlin, Linda  Comeau, Diane Frevqst, Margaret Coates,  Gwen Nimrhp, Edna Husby,- Helen Weinhandl, Linda Kingan and Gladys Coates.  Unable to attend, but sending gifts were  Lois MacLean, Ivy Fiedler, Ida Lowttier,  Inez Malyea, Irene Puchalski and Dorothy  Swinney.  After the opening of gifts, a few  amusing games were played and a lovely  lunch served by the hostess completed a  pleasant  evening. v  A number of senior citizens who winged  their way  to sunny  Hawaii returned  on Saturday. Many thanks go to Mr. and  Mrs. MacLaren foi; the beautiful lei they  presented to me.  While in Hawaii Mrs. Ellyn Mac-  Karen's   sister,   Mrs.   Margaret   Davidson  wed Lawrence Nail of Madeira Park on  Oct.  11.  A  beautiful  reception  and  lua,u  followed  at  the  home  of Mr.   and  Mrs.  Harry   Smith   of   Hahiawa.   Mrs.   Smith  is  the  niece  of Karl   Fraser   of  Gibsons.  Mr. and Mrs. L. D. MacLaren of Gibsons  were   best   man   and   matron   of   honor  respectively.  Guests   attending   the   wedding   from  Gibsons  were,  Mrs.   Ellen   Warwick  and  Mrs.   Eva   Pilling.  of one year with probation. Two other  male juveniles arc being held in connection with lhe three charges for which  Panehishin and Gibson were involved.  Robert Paul, Gibsons, was convicted  on a charge of impaired driving and received a fine of $300 or 10 days in jail.  His driving privileges were suspended  for a one month. ���  Stephen Littlejohn, Gibsons, was also  convicted on a charge of impairel driving and received a fine of $500 and }_is  driving a" privileges were suspended for  three months.  Bjnah Lee Coates weds  Robert Reed in Gibsons  A NUMBER of out-of-town guests along  .   with family and friends wer^e present  in^Gibsons United Church for the wed-  "difrvg of Dihah Lee Coates ahd F. Robert  -Reed. -        ' ��� , .   ' ��� ���  Rev. J> Williamson officiated. at the  fi p.m. ceremony on Sept. 30. \  Thex wedding was followed by a reception at Wilson Creek Community Hall.  A smorgasbord and dancing with music  ..Applied by Bill Malyea completed. the  evening.  Attending ,from out-of-town were the  bride's sisteT, Ann Phare and family,  from Mission; the groom's mother Mrs.  K, Reed from Qualicum Beach; sister Bet-,  ty and daughter Sandra from Qualicum  Beach; Vic and Diane Kehtola from Port  Coquitlam; Ed and Rose Coates from  Stfeveston and. Joe, and t*hyi Brandon  and children frc.ro ��>elta.  The bride and groom have taken1* up  residence  on   Chaster  Road   in  Gibsons.  V   7  V   A  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  VOTERS' LIST  COURT OF/REVISION  10 a*mV November 1. 1972  Public Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will be held on  Wednesday,,November 1\ 1972 at .lO.a.m. in the Municipal Hall, bouth  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.q., for the pUrpose of hearing any complaints  respecting the list of voters for this .Village Municipality which closed  at 5 p.m., October 2, 1972, and to correct, revise or alter the list.  The list  so correoted and certified by the Court, will be.used for the  annual-elections in December, 1972, and subsequent elect.ons-o^sub-  missions, until anew aVinual list is prepared 9nd.certified in accordance  with the new Municipal Act. \  pAVID JOHNSTON  October 12, 197i>- -    - --- Muhicipgl Clerk  BUBBLING SODA WATER  Chocolate stains can be removed from  clothes. Just pour bubbling soda water  on a cloth and rub it on the stain. Be sure  the soda  water  is  bubbling.  CARPETS  Funds get good use  says Kin president  NINETY-SEVEN cents of every dollar  collected during the annual mother's  march goes into direct or indirect service,  reported Haig Maxwell, president of the  sponsoring iKnsmen Club of Gibsons and  District.  Funds from the march go to support  the Kinsmen Rehabilitation Foundation  of B.C. which has recently added five  new programs to its comprehensive list,  said Maxwell.  Maxwell and Norm Peterson recently  attended a fall council meeting in Vancouver of all 79 B.C clubs.  Governor Percy Tinker of Kelowna  and his executive outlined their program  for the ensuing year. The agenda also  included reports from the national treasurer and from the 10 ones of B.C. representing over 2,000 Kinsmen.  Also reporting was the Kin Village in  Hong Kong, a housing development for  50 families.  "Kinsmen thank all those who support them in their projects enabling them  to participate in these outstanding achievements,"  said  Maxwell.  "The Kinsmen Club of Gibsons is  currently planning a most energetic local  project and wish to announce that details  will be available shortly," he concluded.  Missing Chaster Park sign  floats in at Roberts Creek  THAT missing sign   from   Chaster  Park  has returned,  ���'���-���������-".��������� Following 'an item in'last7 week's ���'  Times seeking the whereabouts of lho  sign, E, I. Lewis at the foot of Bayview  Road, Roberts Creek, found the sign  flouting in the water near his home about,  a month ago. Not knowing to whom the  sign belonged, the LgwIh* just left it in  their woodshed until thoy saw the item  -���"���ln���-Tlvo"TlmeR-"ahd"lmmedlateiy*",phoned"*'  Mrs, ,), Mahlman  who had  reported tho  linking ..sign,.,   :��� ,...,..,.,., ,7 ,.���,,. ..,���.,,..,���.,.  The- sign was In readable condition  nnd in good shape, said Mrs. Mahlman,  which would Indicate thai tho sign hadn't  been  In tho walpr  vory   long,  The   lour   I'uoi-by-fivp-.eol   sign   wafi  coiiHiniotocl /with    volunteer   labor and  donated .materials ancl  was" tho  conten-"  Jilal  projocl  of  the GII.moi.h  Rural  Coii-  V'lyiial  Cununlltoo,    , ���>  -'-i   ���hnMi(-r l,s-a;elass C provincial ��� park,  * .���--���"���'���"�����'��� [im. s  More thmv I) of- ovory  KNAm'orlcnns  under  Ufi   have   oomo   form   of   private  ,  vl)��allh  InHiirance,  reported    tho  Health '  Insurant,'!, Council ln Uh 20th cyinu'nl ro-  port  on  tho extent of health  lnnm-niico   ....in, i.iu!..,_u,y...... ., ,..,..���, ��� .,,.,..  OF  DISTINCTION  TO  FIT  EVERY  BUDGET  FROM  KEN DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS    ��� TILES    * LINOLEUMS  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open 9 g.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  F. R. P. SEPTIC TANKS  \v  17  TRODAN  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBERTRON PRODUCTS  RE-ELECT  Fibreglass septic tanks are light  (140 lbs.) - easy to handle.  AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL  Building and Plumbing  Supply Companies or  Septsc Tank contractors  p  A  U  1  PRIME MINISTER - PREMIER MINISTRE  Dear Paul  Gibsons  886-2953  Support Peninsula Industry  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  B��MlW����fM^��lWWIWMI����MMWMMaMWMWMt<��<����MWMI>��MI����lM��fMWW;al  MISS-lBEE'S  CARD �� GIFT SHOP  Wborf Road ��� Socfrolt - 885-9066    '  P.O.-00*213  Hollmark.Couits card*, and wrapping*,  Flno English chliw ��up�� and aaucon.  nout,t�������� ����cm��,  local artli^i painting..-.-.1  ; , ,   JOB and OLIVE WELLS     with to announce that they have taken over the business  irdm~Mary-Dprayf  DRIVE WITH       J  CONFIDENCE       ���  '      ' '       r      ,     ' ' H  a safe car starts wi|th good Ibrakos n  WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED '��  DISC BRAKE ROTORS    ���  Now oqulpmont7to compliment g,  our Sorvlco Policy, B   i  CONVENTIONAL PRUMS      *  HILLTOP MOTORS J  Sunshine Coast, Highway       .  8B6-7343 Glbiont ���  WQ ' PI  W  ���  PP  pn  Pw  IM  pi   PI   Hi   pf  Pp  pwpn"  EFFECTIVE NOVEMRER7lstf  1972,  In the menntitne, the Howe Sound Farmers institute aro  operating the business during the following hours:  FRIDAY���1:00 P.M. to 6;00 P.M.  SATURDAY���-9-00 A.M."to'-6:00 P.M.  If'*'  <##H<pf#  ��&*_ l^fcaB(,WUl^.��a)tW^,.WtmWW,  FROM NOVEMBER 1st BUSINESS HOURS ARE:  DAILY, FROM 9:00 A.M,,,TO 6^0, P.M.       \  4' '' :   ii ,"  .CLOSED SUNDAY AND Mj  GOOD ALFALFA qnd GRASS MIX  ^$64^p��^toinw��*-w$3v50w"per*7bcileT  You have once again been chosen by the Liberals of Coast Chilcotin  to represent them and you will therefore be our Party's candidate in the coming election. In offering my. congratulations, I would also like to express to  ypu my sincere appreciation for th<_7work you ^a.e clone as a Member of  Parliament, since 1968.     ,  ._   Most of the more dynamic working relationships I have had with  JJberQ.lMejno,^  forged in the Liberal Caucus, that very special place where the determined"'  pursuit of a good ancl worthy cause by a strong-willed MP who has clone his  homework Is a challenge to the leadership of the Party and to lho government, lit Is with no uncertain feelings that I say I have enjoyed doing .battle  with you in that forum; moreVIt,has been,a privilege,          v-    ,.  This should come as no;s^ of Coast Chilcotin  however; {hoy are a hardy group,of Canadians, and It takes hard work and  tough'words to properly represent thorn,, In Ottawa, I slpulcl know; \ havo  visited your. Constltqqncy and I hayo mot many of Its pooplo. You'and thay   do .-each--other-credit," ��� ��� -��� - ��� -���<--���   1"am^mlndfulrln*5p��aklng-of-thorhordHwoTl<7tl^  one of' Caucus' most ardent advocates of policies In rospoct of tho Arctic  that allow for no mlsundorstpncllng of the assort Ion of Canadian sovereignty  In that aroa. I ,am 0ratoful to you for that, just as I qm gratoful to you for  your first rate representation of Canada at tho United Nations, at Iho NATO  "'Assembly^and "armeetlncjs of- the - Organlzat Ion "of "Amo rlcn rTSrntosr "  i .' 'i i i i i    ��� i - i  i  A^aln, thank you ancl all the bost,  1   !  Very slncorojy,     ��� �� >  , ���  >  P-E. Trudeau  R,R,  No,  1, Pratt Road, Gibsons  Phono 886-7527  "..  mp4m*m/^m*��km  mfw_y_����*ym^m_tm!Wm$w  Authorized by Paul St. Piorre Liberal Campaign Commltfe��  laWfa^WM^W*^^  X  vJ��  Wtf*M*W*  ~-��i-  N .' ��� ,M3_4  -���4F���. I .������"   ...  ,_.___SH___rep��,V''a'-  -   ��J*V7tt-vy .,;-���-��� ���-.''.,vs  " .      x    ������.     v \ -       ;��������� ��� /. .���:-..'���,. V    .'���  Wednesday, October 18, ifo?     v The Peninsula Times 7 , ?4ge B-3  _^ i 11 i t**++*^^i*n**m*n9m*^*iy*y**FF+*m9*4tt'*in*r^9*99*4^'iyn 111111 iTTT^^jrw^^qw^r^*.^  ..���V.'...V.WA......Wi..VA<..'..,..VAV.V/.V.V.V.V:W^^^^  j����MMMMIIIIII.--l.lllMIIII��IMUM>l>ll_l_MI_>ltl��_^M_ll.llM  DANCING    V  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  7 Pizza Available  THE BESJ IN  LIVE  ENTERTAINMENT  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21  JfG/N THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL     .  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472 I  mmr9_tmmmuMnmm_^_tt_rmfm9m99m9wmmm_mm_im_m  ���.-,~i.  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T MESS IT UP  IS  CHRISTMAS!  (ii %^��^i  ^^JSMSK  -, ��$$$$h8811____       ' **bI_SL.'..' ''''''' 'j$_ "'<.  .a      ���*. 7,#'  ���:;^^.iif^^  AND SO IS  l-i^Jt;#.iiS'lilajlei-VtW I***"*!"  �� �� ��    a.    ������  WHEN YOU SHOP  HERE.  twwjtf*jWi#twwwwmiM��t  *WftM*��*^1Wrt5^����|W*fr  Everyday We Give  Our Customers',  tr'  ���FREE Guarantees  ���FRPE Personal Service  ^-FREE Top Quality  ,--FREE Bettor Selection  ���FREE Top Choice of "Moats  ,��^FRpEa*Good��Mannor?J��^-*��^  ^FREE^TimoJo^Chat,^  "~FREE Gpod Humor" ^  ' ('_ __^  ���FREE Care and Cleanliness  ���AND MAYBE A FREE   .  KISS ON CHRISTMAS PAY  (December 25)!    . ; - ;  *Hwwww��^HiMi**n,**^wr^  ollar  Fords  GIBSONS  Safe Motoring  Friday, October 20 - 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  ROBERTS  CREEK COMMUNITY  HALL  MUSBC  BY BRIAN  SWANSON  and HOW SOUND? (Pen  Kings-  On  Oregon  adventure  This group of   13 Elphinstone Sec-    Allnutt, Cheryl Guelph, Karen Dorrt-  ondary School students are in Eu-    broski,  Elaine Stevens and Valerie  gene, Ore. on an .exchange program.    Simmons. The girls  are holdin.g a  SOMETIMES it appears the world is full The students left Oct.  15 and will    plaque carved by Robert Bjornson,  of impatient people, notes the B.C. return home Monday. Accompanying    wood-working    teacher  at    Elphin-  Automobiie Association.  You see them the students to Eugene   is   Frank   stone.    The 'inscription    reads:  often on the highway for instance cut-. Fuller, social studies teacher, as ad-    "Thanks    from    Elphinstone    High  ting in and out of traffic. Join the   rei- visor  Pictured fTOm ,left.  rear are:    School" and includes the names of. J  W^rlheS Safely -* ���   J w~m   ! Ralph Johnston7 HeaffieT Harrison,    the participating students. The pla-  T, .,    , .    ��� , , .  ,        .   741������+- ��� Kenny Hanuse, Theresa Labonte, Bill    que will be presented to students to  ^X^Z'^S.S^TSi Sned/on   Mik-     Eagan.  From Mt   Students in L|ene..  You're safer u a tailgate. i_ ahead of front: . Susann.    Jorgenson,  Wendy  you, not behind. Play it cautious.  Be a living statistic. Most holiday  drivers will arrivS"''home' without an accident. Observe speed limits ... don't follow too closely.... yield the right-of-way.  If the driver you meet tonight doesn't  dim  his  lights,  don't brighten yours to  get even. Look at the edge of the road��� .f^TI      ��-k*V  never into oncoming headlights. \^__L__L     \_>mm  A short trip can be just as dangerous A WEEK  ofscboo]  in  Eugene,  Oregon.     took  the  bus to Eugene,  as a long one. Fasten.your seat belt, be tv._.t���..   ._���.,_���,��._������.   .  ��,.,.,,���  7f   .. _)���-.0n(c ^    . b  alert  tn what thP  nthpr ririvPr i�� rlnine Is     here a gloup of ���       studenls During-tthte   past   year   the   students  alert to what the  other driver is doing. from  Elphinstone  Secondary  School  are     have  he]% fund-raising activities  to  pay  One  of the first  thoughts  that  come this week. . for lhe tri ; The   sporfsored bottle ^J^  to mind when your car gets a flat tire is The ^rogram  is  part of an  interna^    raffles   bingo and th    lik     said Fuller  I wonder how the spare is?    Make sure . ti      } exchange plan inwhich American- Food and lodeing will bI Drovided bv  beforehand. Take a few minutes out be- _h.ri|lnt- wil] ��. -T pii_hin_tnno ^...j.^     lL *��Aoa aPa "EL?1"? ���1U Pe Provided by  fore the trio thi-_ weekend to oheck the stuc*ents .wlU V1?'_l Blpninstone Secondaiy     the  American .Field  Service- Committee,  tore tne trip tms weekend to checK the next  spnng   said  advisor  Frank  Fuller,     a   parent   erouo    affiliated   with   North  .spare tire. IDnve relaxed.  social  studies   teacher  who   will   accom^     Lgene High School  The second collision is the one that pany  the students.  All students  are  in .     . :      '   hurts. Your seat belt may save you from grade 12. '  the second crash, into your car's interior. The students will attend North Eugene  Fight   complacency   in   familiar   sur- High School during the week they are  roundings. Most accident happen within in Eugene and will participate in school  25 miles of home...where we're so used activities and will under the supervision  to the conditions- that we're unprepared of North Eugene High School, the parent  for the unexpected. . committee and Fuller. The students left  mux.   mpnDunuv t,   ���      ��� early  Sunday morning and  will  return  THE CACOPHONY blaring in your ear by   late   ferry  Monday   night.   Students  as you stand'on,a busy street.:;<joi;ncr  in the midst of heavy Iraffie Tmajf lend  to a yearning for the good old days, when  SINGLES  $2.00 ��� COUPLES  $3.00  Refreshments Served ���No Minors  Sponsored by Roberts Creek N.D.P  In Eugene, Oregon..,  13 Elphinstone students  program  MdMMMUMMM-MUMMHMMINIM  HIGHWAY 101 and PRATT ROAD  Gibsons  Phone 885-9533  WHILE STOCK LASTS  V_" Copper Pipe  ft  -  32  Mueller 8' Centre Sink Faucets  reg. $19.  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Automobile As-    n  soclatipn,  The  Horseless  Age  magazine   |  had this to say about sound:  .. ,'?The, Jast  decade  of  the 'nineteenth  ���  ���peQtH.i;y^j|3_,pKP;.QtTiine._.tlywlhoa��age��of*noiso. ������-  In the general pandemoniun. tho clatter  of iron hoofs, "the clash of steel tires, and  the; creak1 of ball-bearingli-ss  axles' aii'9 "H  prominent factorfs,  "Whon tho motor vehicle comes In,  with its rubber tires and improved boatv  ings, and tho sound of Iron hoofs becomes  infrequent In our streets, then i,v^e���< jsh?\)l  realizo; that pho of tho blessiiigs of ilhii-  motor vehicle, and one, perhaps, wo had  not fully anticipated, is that it is a conqueror of noise,"  . ,  RAFTS       with  Polystyrene  Floatation Billets ��  rflandonullle  86.Gqvinchy, St.,-985-7101 -  �� NORTH VANCOUVER B  WfMmM0fMWMMmmMMmtiMM0/MM/rmMM?.  m. .% ���i'.'M. i  ITERBOR  JifM^iMllltlFMIMIIMIMaMIM.iUM* -I-MMI-. 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I- ,tf*w   f( ��' 'f  '  *#* Y  \  \  '7-  Around The Harbour  By husband plane..  ���\  Page B-4  The Peninsula Tiines Wednesday, October 18, 1972  \   \  7   ���by Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  RENDER Harbour Auxiliary to St. Tvlary's with the reformed tax taws,, he said.  Hospital is sponsoring a combination 0n Davjd" Lewis' attack on "corporate  camval arid baitear. Saturday, Oct. 21, 7 Welfare   buths",  Mr.  St.   Pieire  said   he  p.tti.M' the MM&ra Patk Coifurniir-ity w_.s oVefwheljtied by such a statement,  Hall. TPeatilresx will ihelade home- cs>#^_that _. percent of Canadian .taxes .corhe  ing,~a gift" stall aildvgt5fl1%3 of ehanefc.     ' Tfrorji corporations as compared to 23 per  A poster epntest advertising the car- \cent in U.S., 17 per cent  in Britain,  11  \  Ol 6CL  tour Great Britain anet proMnc^  \  V  nival and bazaar was held at Madeira"  Park Elementary school, Posters were  difficult for auxiliary members to judge^  and consequently nine prizes were distributed. First prize of $5 Went to Marie  Jensen, second prize of $3 went to Brian  Scoular and third prize of $2 went to  Yvonne Camtpbell. Six hononabl*? mentions each paying $1 were awarded to  Debbie Roosen, Tammy Daley, Earl Antilla, Rick Johnson. Sharon MacKay and  Danny Fielding.  Playschool  for  three   and  four... year  olds is  being organized in Pender Harbour.   Classes   possibly   will  be  held  in  Madeira Park and Garden Bay if a mtieet-  ��� ing place ran be found in both areas.  Schools curriculm is so condensed now  that even before kindergarten there, is  much a child should know. In fact, according to educational experts, a child's  basic learning personality Ls formed before he is five years old. In playschool,  children can learn to cut, paste, to recognize shapes and colors; they learn how  to take care of books, how to sit still and  listen, to recognize sounds, to {*et along  with* other children, to enjoy a teaching  situation and many other things which  are important for them to know before  kindergarten.  Many enthusiastic mothers showed up  at the first meeting Oct. 32. If your  youngsters are in this age group, bring  them along or if you know of families  with youngsters of this age, please pa.ss  the word along.  Twenty-two children ' have already  been registered. Tentative plans are lo  have classes Tuesdays, Wednesdays and  Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. The  playschool will -be run as a parents cooperative. Creative ideas would be appreciated.  When a place for the classes to he  held is found, posters will be displayed in  the local stores and post office, also  more information will be ..��� available . in  this column. Interested persons are asked  to contact Mrs. Tomkies at 883-2492 or  Mr. Verne Wishlove at 883-2373.  New public health nurse, Miss Naida  Daviduk will be conducting child health  clinics at the Legion Hall in Madeira  Park the second Thursday of each month from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Next clinic will  be Nov. 9. No appointment is necessary.  She also vists the elementary school tlie  2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month.  Egmont child health clinics are held  the last Thursday of each month from  1:30 to 2:30 p.m.. at the school. Again no  appointment  is   necessary.  Liberal MP, Coast Chilcotin, Paul St.  Pierre met with about 14 Pender Harbourites on his campaigning tour at the  Pender Harbour Hotel, Oct. 7. He explained he is a Liberal, "Because it is a  party of sensible advance, it makes mistakes, but acts. It is a party of reasonableness."  His specialty areas of interest were  the Arctic originally and foreign, affairs.  Ih the last couple of years he has been  Parliamentary secretary to . Mitchell  Sharp,  The Liberal party, he said, has been  effective in establishing international  laws of the sea and providing protection  of seacoast from pollution and consequently protection of fish by establishing the  12 mile limit and exclusive fishing zones,  In . Vi years of government the Lib-   ovqlashayc^ been a party ,of decisiveness  per  cent   in   West   Germany,   and   f>  per  .  cent   in   Sweden,   which   has   a.  socialist  government.  He stated that what, the corporations  have is a. "privilege of deferred pay- -  merits" ��� provided the money is used for  development which in turn creates jobs  and economic growth for -Canada. He said  the unemployment figure of 600,00(7 is  a serious problem and the increase in  power of industry is used to create jobs.  He said ,we must aim for a just soc-  ipty. "Justice is an ideal. We haven't got  perfect justice, love, brotherhood and  charity." He said there' must be control  of a bureaucracy, but we must have  these officials and we must have good  ones. He said laws must be without  capriciousness and without perversion.  He pointed out how the white paper on  taxation invited acrimonius debate for a  year, before it was  made  law.  St. Pierre commended the NDP, saying they were hard workers but he added  this is no way means he has- any intention  of changing parties. He feels the NDP  is not headed in the right direction.  On closing, he said, a good government invites criticism and trusts the  public  to  criticize intelligently.  A question period followed with  mention of the need for a television  booster station being required for the  Pender Harbor area. The result of the  trial period tor abolishment ol' capital  punishment will be decided this year.  St. Pierre said he thought .it would remain abolished. He. admitted the youth  grants to the communes were a waste  of money and said that such an occurence  would, under better supervision, not happen again; but the rest of the grants  were   successfully   applied.  John Tully, permanent president of  Pender Harbor for the past t-wo years  died in mid-September. Prior to moving  here, he spent his summers here for 10  years, then retired from the refrigeration  business  in  Vancouver  to  make  Pender  Harbor* his permanent home.    Mr. Tully was an active, hard working member on the community club executive since January. He .started and  supervised the billiards and shuffleboard  for young adults, a successful endeavor  this spring. He was there every day supervising the renovations of the club, and  was described as one of the best members the community club has ever had.  He was also active in bowling for the  past two years. A very likable man, Mr.  Tully will be missed in the community.  He is survived by his wife Lillian,  one son, Brian, one daughter,. Mrs. Mavis  Murphy and eight, grandchildren. Mrs.  Tully has decided, to move to an apartment in Port Coquitlam, closer to her  family.  New proprietor of Le-Ann's Gift  Shop is Mrs. Jean Rousseau of Francis  Peninsula. The shop, next door to the  waterworks office on Gonzales Road, will  be open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:30  a.m. to 5 p.m. and on, a trial basis, Mondays as well. This is a good place to  shop for pottery and quality china.  Winners of bowling last Wednesday  were Dennis Gamble Sr. faking the men's  higlj single with 274, Mark Myers taking  'the men's high three games with 640.  Winner of the ladies' high. single and  high three games was Kathryn Ross with  271 and (189. The Whirlwinds ran up  high points for team high game 1044,  but. the Bojangles took the total high  points  for  the evening  chalking  up  22  proven   duririg  the 'Quebec   crises,  and'   of _}4 possible points  MRS. Pat Luoma of Secret /Cove; accompanied by her si-ster, Mrs." A. Gol-  ightly of Burnaby, recently visited England for a reunion with their, four brothers and  two sisters.  They" flew to London where they were  met by one. of their brothers and they  spent four days sightseeing7 It .was August Ba-hk holiday weekend and London  was almost deserted, but in Hyde Park  tho soap box orators were sfill giving  their varied formulas fqr setting the  world right and on the outskirts of Loh-  don, they saw a gypsy encampment with  gai^y painted "caravans. :  They drove to Newcastle where they  were met by another brother and a sister  and at Wardley, near Gateshead, Where  Ihey had still another sister- they had a  reunion dinner attended by 18 members  of the family.  One of their nephews took his holiday so that he could drive them around  and they explored the Durham cdast,  visiting Seaham) Roker, Marsdfen, Cul-  lercoats and Whitley Bay. They had dinner at the Marsden Grotto which they  thought one of the most wonderful places  they had ever seen. There are a dihihg  room and a pub, both in the form of  caves, carver out of the cliffs. Both  caves are air-conditioned and approached by a descending elevator.  Cullercoats, which Mrs. Luoma remembered as a picturesque fishing village with cobbled streets and pastel tinted cottages, was completely changed, but  Whitley Bay, which she recalled as having the cleanest, whitest sand beach, was  as beautiful as ever.  Since Mrs. Luoma left Tyneside 40  years ago, a tunnel has been dug under-  the Tyne and .her nephew drove them  through the tunnel which runs between  Jarrow and Wallsend". She was impressed  by the remarkable control and organization of the tunnel traffic. There are TV  cameras installed in the roof every 100  feet and if a car stopped, tow trucks  would immediately move in and tow it  away.  The two sisters spent some time in  Scotland, visiting Balmoral Castle and  Edinburgh*3 where the Edinburgh Festival  was being held. In the Lake District,  they had a ride on-Lake Windermere in  a 00 foot boat, and they spent a few  days on the farm of cousin near Carlisle.  The train service was very good, re-  .ports Mrs. Luoma, particularly around  London. One could be in open country  just 15 minutes after leaving the Lonr  don terminal. She enjoyed the train  journey from Edinburgh to London with  pleasant green fields on either side of  the tracks.  . In London she saw a demonstration  against the Asians.from Uganda being  admitted; to the country. Everything was.  conducted in a peaceful and orderly way,  with policemen walking beside the demonstrators to protect them in case of  need. The cost of living, says Mrs. Luoma, is extremely high. Many beautiful  old houses have been torn down and  often replaced by rows of small council  houses, each with its small neat gardens  at front and back. She found rows of  these small houses in many places where  she remembers there being green fields.  She would certainly not want to drive  in England, where, she says, the traffic  is terrifying. There are some fine motorways, but many of the old roads are extremely narrow.  Two other travellers are Mrs. J, AI-  ��� len and Mrs. M. -Tinkley. who havo returned  from  a  nine-day  Evergreen bus  trip to Jasper and Banff National Parks.  Travelling "by" thep Fraser Canyon;: they  . lopped  at Boston Bar* for a  visit  with tc^p followed  a  route "once  used  by  In*  E.an MacDougall,  a former resident, of dia^s ^mcl later by Hudson  Bay traders  Halfmoon Bay. Through the Nicola Val- and the %\r brigade.JPast OsSy��os where  hey experienced' theifx first sprinl-7 many orchards are giving way to vine-  ley  ing of snow at Merritt, Their route took   \yards,   the   route     continued   over     the  them through. Kamloops, along the  Thompson River and\ past .Tete Jeune  Cache, named for an early blonde fur  trader. With magnificent views of 1-..972  ft. Mount Robson, the highest peak in  llu> Canadian Rockies, they journeyed by  Mouse Lake and .over the Yellowhead  Pass, with its easy grades and wide val-  |py,   following   the   route   of   the   Over-  -famtws. : ______^__^ ���     - - .  Rp-ending a. night in Jaspeiy-tl}6y awakened to a white world. They visited  Maligne Canyon where centuries of ero-  -.ion have worn a 200 foot, deep gash with  almost vertical walls through the limestone, ancl they enjoyed the scenic beauty of Maligne Lake, the largest glacial  lake in the Canadian  Rockies.  The Banff-Jaspfer Icefield Parkway  offers 142 miles of fine highway, with  \a panorama df mourttairi ranges on either  side, many perpetually snow-capped. The  drive afforded^ glimpses of tumbling rivers, gorges, crevasses and glacial tongues  from the Columbia. Icefield. During ��� a  drive overflowing with beauty, one of the  most memorable views was that of Peyto  Lake which, glacial fed, was a beautiful  turquoise color. The viewpoint is normally a colorful Alpine meadow, but on  this occasion, the whol area was snow-  covered. The route continued past Lake  Louise, by Mt. Eisenhower "��� and over  Copper Mountain  to Banff,  At Banff, the travellers visited the  thermal springs which were first discovered by pioneer railway workers and  which in 1885 became part of Rocky  Mountains Park, Canada's first ��� national  park. In the Buffalo Paddock, a herd of  buffaloes grazed unconcernedly within a  few yards of the bus. By way of Vermillion Pass, they entered Kootenay National Park and continued south to Radium Hat^Spyngs, then through Sinclair  Canyon to Fairmont Hot Springs. Here  the weather was warm and sunny and  the travellers relaxed and bathed in the.  9(i-ciegree pools'.  At the junction of Wild Horse Creek  and the Kootenay River, they visited  Fort Steele Historic Pafk .which was the  first Northwest Mounted Police post  west of the Rockies. With its old houses  and churches, its Perry Creek water-  wheel and mining train, ahd the treasures  in ils museum, Fort Steele offers an interesting and historic glimpse into the  past.  The route continued through Kimber-  ley, the home of the Sullivan Mine on  which Cominco's" success 1.  been built and through the rich reclaimed  farmlands of Creston Flats, up the east  shore of Kootenay Lake and across the  free ferry to Balfour. Kootenay Lake is  noted for its fishing, with fresh water  ling,. Kokanee, a species of landlocked  salmon, and rainbow trout which have  been known to reach a weight of 58  pounds.  Continuing by way of Nelson and  Castlegar, they next stopped at the  Hugh Keenleyside Dam where the party  arrived just in time to see a boom of  logs passing through the lock. At Grand  Forks, the temperature was around 70  degrees.  Over Anarchist Mountain, the  black-  Richter Pass and along by the Similka- .  meen River. They passed Hedley, a town  famous.in mining history, where Nickel  Plate Mountain and Hedley Mascot Mine  produced a fortune \n' gold and nickel  between  1903  and  1955.  On   the   way   to   Hope,   particularly  along   Skagit   Bluffs,   the   vine     maples  glowed  with  a  glory  of  color from  the..,  palest, gold to the-deepest red. . ":'"  The bus returned to Vancouver by.the  fine   new  Haig   highway   after   covering,  1,700 miles of what must surely be'sorhe ,  of  the   most   spectacular   scenery   to  be  found anywhere in the world.  ,   \   '   '   ,  .    Y  SUNSHINE  INN  Garden Bay.  B.C.  HALL  up to 50 people  7 tor Meetings, Weddings  Parties or whatever  Phone 883-2512  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  inminniimiiiinininimiiiinima  SEWING WITH GLUE  "Sewing" clothing with glue promises  significant cost advantages over stitching,  claims Jack Murray, .an apparel industry  consultant. He predicts adhesive based  seams will make initial impact in disposable garments made of paper-like non-  woven materials. \  BERNIE'S  Complete  Line  of  Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat Shaldgan  Hwy 101 Phone 885-9414  t__ii.__.iiil.__i_..i..U.nw  WILSON  CREEK COMMUNITY  lance  Wilson Creek Hall,  Refreshments 8   p.m.  28th  Dance 9 to 1 p.m.  it Music by "TOM POWELL TRIO"  ft Late BUFFET SUPPER  Tickets in advance $2.50 each  FROM DIANNE ANDERSON ��� 885-9785  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  Municipal Voters List  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sit at the  Municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the FIRST day of NOVEMBER next from  Th^lioiir��tten 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 the 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  >T; ���-**- .*���  & : - ;* ' 4 *  l 4 ���,<   ��   *:_  _-��� .    '       _*__��_____!**  > t"    ��� Jl��3&m3%8fai  . *���  *<1  "S  -1  *JL" if    iw   v^wt_*w#��*f*r  -,*u*s.   .  r^-A-phone can b&afrip-back^me.  Ramambor tho inr.i tlmo yon plncod n ' RGmomOorhowyou went through tho  lono clininnco phono coll homo. convornallon Wt by bit nuvaurlnfl It for  houra later?  f,ejmemtiorthBrTc'0iinirofBnTicipBtion^���15H^^K?n:r  ��nc<,tlio4la9lvof.ioy,whon.you.lieard,^^iH^iPJ?5L  "HI D__f_.lv."' ...   ������ . Dnmnmhn..r  "HipAdclyl  flomombar, to' phono, ���  . 7Aphm��MwHyouirm^ it  "nr.  |,4, x_  7  SUNSHINE  INN  Garden  Bay,  B.C.  COME and  RELAX  Try our Special  Weekends  $22  COUPLE  includes roorft, dinner and  breakfast  Phone 883-2512  tfomk, Oi 'Sechelt W2^>. i v^  _^ ..���_T^_ _ x . \     ���     ���  Non-status Indians seeking  etiltural and economic unity  Secheff Chain  Saw Centre  See the New  HOMELITE  SUPER MINI  NOW ON SALE  $179.95  FREE  fpr the month of October  Hooded Jackets  with purchase of any  Homelite Saw  Quantity Limited  885-9626  A:N,AIM of the native people of British  Columbia  will* be  to   achieve   social,  ^economic, political and cultural unity in  the next decade. \  This was "the theme of "Sechelt 1972"  the culturaPunity conference-of the B.C.  Association pf Non-Status Indians (BCANSI) which met on the Seehelt reserve  Oct,  77;, X       '    ���     ���       .  Noh-Status Indians on the -Sunshine  Coast,, sponsors of the conference, said,  nr arpreample read by President Ben  Prestj,  .. ���"i^eqaxise we, the members of the  ^ris^ihe- Coast local of BCANSI are in  a7ui\ique position in our relation to the  'st^tU^^lttem'bers of the Sechelt Indian  Ba.nd'knd the non-Indian members of our  community , on the. Suhshine Coast, we  feel that it is our duty to spread this rapport across' the nation."  Alluding to themselves as the "nWt  down-trodden people of recent history,"  non-status Indians said: "We cannot live  in the past; we must direct all our energies. to the promise. of the future. No  people.can be justly held responsible for  the sins ofTKeil^fEithers. We will-gain"  nothing .by dwelling on former injustices,  however, there are sad and sorry lessons  to be learned from our tragic history.  No. longer can native people afford to be  separate entities, instead we must strive  for united action if. we are to preserve  our-.rich cultural  heritage."  The' statement continued: "W(e are  not advocating anarchy as we presently  have among nation-states, we are saying,  however,, that the life style of no people  should infringe upon the rights of their  neighbors.  "... Let us take this opportunity to  proclaim to the nation, that we will no  longer come as beggars to the door of  plenty. Rather, through unity and brotherhood we will elevate ourselves to our  jtist and equal position among all men.  * -  -       ��� \X  The   days     6(f    receiving    bureaucratic  crumbs. rr.ust._De banished forever, for if  they are not, wew ill exercise our electoral franchise to replace those who  would hold us down. ^  "Society must be made to realize that  freedom and justice will not be achieved  until every individual regardless of race,  color or ethnic origin has attained the  inalienable right of humankind to bc^  come master of his own destiny.  " "We oh the Sunshine,. Coast are fortunate in that we live in relative harmony.'with "our" neighbours. The groundwork has been laid, but * there is still  much to be done. We recognize that our  brothers in many parts of this land do  not have the opoprtunity of the inter-  cultural relations that we are fortunate  enough to have attained. It is for this reason that we felt, compelled to call this  cultural-social   unity   gathering."  Tennis courts slated  at  "SPECIAL ATA C"  * FORMICA, sheet - J-1,~ ~ -'- r - ��� -'��� ��� r ~ -,~ X&$$  ���<k INSULATION, Gold Nugget, reg. 1.39 bog, Sole 1.29  A ASPENITZ, 4^8 sh'eef,.^  A" Common and Finished   LUMBER,  ihfffS  ���v.  \  jc HARWARE  * TQOtS  ."< 11  WE'VE   APDED   SOIVIR^E^TEJVIS   TO   OUR  RENTAL   PEPARTMEWT  AC Rentals Ltd. &  T  *  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY ^id, PRANCIS,PENINSULA JOAD..,,,  MADEIRA PARK  ^_______^_u_^  PHONE 883*2583  CONSTRUCTION of tennis courts is under   way   at   Elphinstone   Secondary  School.  The program, a cooperative effort by  students,, teachers and the community,  will include three courts on Elphinstone  school property and will be financed by  student fund-raising drives and contributions  from   the   community.  Several offers have been received by  local businessmen. These include: Asphalt  surfacing from Bob Dodyk; site clearing  and earth moving equipment from Dick  Rottluff and Eric Ingles and building  materials from "Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd. and Twin Creek Lumber and  Building   Supply   Ltd.  Preparation of the site and  construction of the courts will be done by volunteer   labor  from   students,   teachers   and  community      members.     Student    Brad  \Ma thews and  Bob. Alsager have offered  |to operate some of the machinery.  A tennis program planned for next  jspring includes coaching for junior and  'senior tennis' clubs, a tennis team for  linter-school competition and adult"tennis  iclasses.  Sechelt Notes  ���by Peggy Connor  '^FORMERLY with the RCMP detachment  f     here, Cpl. Orville Underhill has been  7 1 promoted  to  sergeant  in  Merritt  where  he is now stationed.  ''. The party at the extended care lounge  on Friday the 13th was in celebration of  Gerry Thomas' birthday which was Oct.  10. .Mrs. Hatcher played old favorites o.n  the piano so everyone could sing. It was  a delight that Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell  could join the party for a while' to sing  and to lead the rest.  Hostesses for the evening were^ the  Sechelt Auxiliary, Miss Chris Ward, Mrs.  Iha Grage, Mrs. Paula Gibbons, Mrs.  Peggy Connor with help from Mrs. Eleanor Hatfield, and refreshments from Mrs.  Marg  Espley.  There will be a informal coffee party  for John Pankratz in the Trail Bay Mall  on Sunday Oct. 22, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  If you wish to find out what the Pro-  . gressive Conservative candidate is like,  to hear, and to meet with him, this is  ��� the time and the place. Informality is  stressed, come in your gardening clothes  just drop your tools and come along if  you'wishr' '"'    "'"'   Wilson Creek Club  electsnewexecutive  ELECTION of officers wns tho main item  on the agenda nt the Oct, 10 general  Trrveetin'g of th'Wilson' Creole Community  ���*'CliUbfswith*,tMrs,����*Dinnne*"Anderson*��pro-��  siding,  ��� Thq, following,nro,.tlio nonexecutive;-.  President, Mrs, Dlmino "Anderson';" vice-  president nnd recreation chairmnn, Turner Berry; 'secrolnry, Mrs. Dnrlono Flunrt-  orfolt; treasurer, Mrs, Betty Dixon; ron?  tnls, Mrs, M., pinnne Anderson; publicity  'director,;. Mrs. Mabel Wn'gmnn. ''.'7'' ' >  A special thanks wont out to Wnyrio  Phillips and Sharon Place for making  dance pbstbrs.  7 ' Pln.W7*w.^  annual Christmas tree burning and  pot;  luck supper which Is looked fbrwnrd lo " |  by many residents of this aroa,  a v Arrnngqmonts  woro  mado ��� regarding  tho 'Wilson Crook Community Dance Oct.  2{| tho, "fojp Powell Trio, \vlllplny.  -a'W,Tl\b'-Bonornl--imootlng��wlll-a4)o--hol(t-on   lho second Tuesday of each month.  Tho nlm1 of tho club Is lo oncourago  ���"��and������support���� the���ijoy's-^bnsebnlHlengiloj���  cub, scouts, brownies and swim ((lassos, A  glr)s baseball Jcoguo is planned I'or tlio  HprlnR.  1 a   Evoryono's support would bo greatly  miproclalod, Vl '  Col'l'oo parties aro planned on llio last  Thursday of ovory month al lho Wilson  . Crook-li,al|-Htnr|n�� ol 10,a.m. The child->.  a��-ron����from*4ho��D��Val!.-I'lny'-flchool'nro- eh-��-;  h> vllod, tp,como and lu.yy,,,!heir,lunch .wllh  ��parents ��nd guests,  Tho noxl moot Ing will ho Nov. 1-1 al  p.m, 7"        '.'     ,,  The Peninsula Times Page B-.^.  Wednesday/Oetober 18,x1972  Credit Union, day ^noted n'  through world tomqrxow  C'lU'.DIT unions in Br+tish Columbia join  iir the celebration of International  Credit   Union   Day  tomorrow.  The Occasion commeffiorates the organization of the first credit union by  Fiiedrirh Raiffeisen - nr' Marhtnersfeld,  Cermany, in 1849. N  Credit   unions   came   to   Canada   (in  1900 "when Alphonse Desjardins organiz-  cd   the   first   caisse   populaire   at   Levis,  (.uebec,   having" patterned   it   after   the .  Uiiiffeiscn  Imnks of Germany.  Today in Canada there are 4.311 credit  unions,   caisses   populaires   and   caisses  ri'eeoriomie.   Combined - they  have   assets-  of  $5.6   billion   and   serve   the  financial  iipods of more than 5,808,000 Canadians.  Premier vDavid Barrett joined in extending greetings to credit union members as did other statesmen throughout  thp  world.  Premier Barrett said: "I firmly be-  Hpvp that people are the greatest resource  of this province. By placing the emphasis  on people involvement, credit unions of  British Columbia have been able to enjoy  unprecedented success.  "With   inflation   causing . considerable  -s+r-ess--en-our-economy���the-task-of-credit-  unifins   in  helping   more  British  Columbians  gain ^financial  independence  takes  on even more  important significance.  "By combining the savings of members and utilizing them to fullest advantage right within our own community,  credit unions directly involve the people  of the local area.  "On the celebration of International  Credit Union Day, I congratulate the  more than 400,000 British Columbians  and the many officials who continue to  contribute to the growth and well being  of this province through participation  in a credit union."  SHOP AT  \  HOMES  n  WB&  ���S "*_��� V v v- JS    ?  Now YQU can. ENJOY jail the BENEFITS of Natural Foods and-Health  -Supplies. SIMPLY; WRITE US A LETTER requesting^our Catalogues on  Vitamin, Mineral ahd Protein Supplements; Herbs, Herb Teqs, Herbal  ^Remedies,  Cosmetics"1 from  Natural   Sources,   Natural   Food\��tdples,  Health  Publications:  x   We Welcome Your  Individaul  Enquiries ...  SPICE-O-LIFE NATURAL FOODS LTD.  Home Service Division 108B 8877-120th Street, Delta, B.C.  V  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. 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L    .    .   .    _< \  \  J.  it:  DISPENERIN BODY  A medicine dispenser implanted in the'  ���body is. being tried by University of Illinois scientists as a new form of treatment for cancer. The hope is to obtain  a more concerted attack on the tumor  by a slow but steady f"ow oi a drug,  s LORD JIM'S LODGE I  1  Places and Houses  \  Lodge Rooms and     x  Guest Cottages  Dining Room Lounge  Heated Swimming Pool  Saunas, Boat House  R.R. No. 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. ^  Secret Cove, Sechelt fe  885-2232 ��  1  ��  -V-  TklS last article of this series will Nbc.  devoted to reviewing possible future,  trends in housing. The experience of the  past lias a direct bearing on the future,  so an.-this.-basisK.it is -safe to. say that  costs will rise and houses will get small^  er. The professional man of 50 years ago  thought   a^ '20   roomed   house   was   just  . about adequate for his small family and  the staff \fi run it. Today, his successor  cannot  go  beyond  a  four  bedroom,  2l,_  .bathroom, living room, dining room,  and rec room (10%. rooms) and this will  tax his earnings to the full. At a lower  income level, the "roomy" house of the  '20s and $30s has also shrunk so that a  -1,600. square feet home is thought to be  large   and  a   1000   square  feet  about  or  u  SUMMER'S OVER  FALL IS HERE;  FILL YOUR FREEZER  WITH BEEF, PORK,  CHICKEN AND OEER . .  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Store ��� 883-2253  "Fine Meats for Fine People"  slightly above average.  As governments redistribute wealth  by means of taxation this' shrinking  process will continue, and it wijl be for  future generations to decide if it's a  -good or a had thing. One of Winston  Churchill's less��i4-k$��wn, ..-hut more perceptive remarks was that if you expect  a man to think small, put him in a  small rooms and if . you want him to  think on the grand scale, surround him  with  large rooms.  As with houses, so with lots, especially  with the capital gains tax, introduced  this year for the sale of personal residences on lots over one acre in size.  People, being what they are, will quickly  learn to avoid the tax by making sure  the lot size is .999 acre or less. -The  long-term result of this.will be bad for  Canada ar.d I felt this strongly enough to  write to the then minister of Finance in  Ottawa. There was no reply, even though  the letter had merely pointed out the  possible hazards ahead and suggested different lot scales for towns and country.  ���As houses have grown smaller, Hydro  bills have become much bigger, and  there is a direct connection. The electrical  outlet has replaced the maid and you  can see how much by looking at your  hydro bill. On it you will see your con-  . .. Says Sechelt Village Council  THIS MEANS:  Ng* Centralized Recreation Facilities with proper financing and  ly? efficient   operation.  AiIImP Activity Room for our Senior Citizens.  A*|%Jr lc�� Skating.  WWaHockcy  JPflyP Other Indoor Sport Activities  NO  Follow up developments of Ice Curling, Indoor Swimming  Pool, Track and Field Facilities, otc.  It also could mean 115 acres of prime land at a value of $150,000  approx. will convert back to th'o government, including the $50,000  in cash and kind which was invested  in  the  development <iof the  . grounds to. date. .,., ,    ..   _    ,.���.  .,���, ,.. ���   ... ,.,. 7�� .,�����������,_..  ���  a a,...- ���        l ' ' a      ���       ' l    ,, a     , ,        ,  If you as an doctor of Sechqlt still want to hayc^ your'wishes como  truo as you havo indicated in tho referendum which passed in Fob-.  ruary of (his year, ypu must immediately shovv your strength of support���but in writing, to your council.  This grave decision by your Village Council of non-support can do  nothing constructive to our program, but only bring great harm to  ' tho cause and with yory far reaching consequences.   "  I'm-iliW_iMwltn��|f>iiii��itain.iMi*iiriiWiUmn-in.iinHiwi*��--Iiiiiiw'iiiMiin��� h'iL���>nn.ini....mniir-num-i-niiTi>_iiiliiii-^ir.jiiimi. _in.itiiiii_.iiri. - ������������- -'��� -��������� ���-- ,.,.,.. ,'t ���_..������__. ���__.  ^ _,_._ j ,    L ...   This committee will ro-accoss it. position and strategy immod-  lately after the next Socholt Council Mooting on October 18th.  Your Support  IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN  EVER  Sunshine Coast  Centre Committee  .���.._*  .���by Dennis Shuttleworth"  sumption in kvvh (kilov__att hours). If you  divide this figure by 60 (if you pay every  two mouths), you will get your daily  consumption vof electricity. Now divide  by 24, and you have your hourly . average. One kwh, is equal to five maids,  and they work 24 hours a day non-stop  and need no bedrooms or sitting rooms.  This is where some of the 20 rooms of  yesteryear  have gone.  Another ^hadow of the future is cast  by the factory produced modular house.  My own feelings, on this are mixed. On  the one hand, R. E. Platts (then of the  National Research Council and Canada's  leading expert in this field) and I talked  once of forming a company to do even  newer things in factory housing, while  on the other hand, I feel that the custom-  designed house and the small builder  are "backbones" of our way of life and  must be preserved. If houses are made  like cars and sausages, heaven help us  all My views aside, housing is moving  steadily from the fields of. structural and  civil engineering and architecture to  mechanical and production engineering,  and the social results will be. dramatic  one  way  or the other.  For the short tern., compromises will  be made, and custom-made housing will  continue as long as builders keep abreast  of technology and introduce every labor  and material-saving technique. This includes roof trusses instead of joists and  rafters, pneumatic nailing, precision cut  lumber from the supply yards, modular  units, systems assemblies,' wall panels,  standardised windows, and the latest  light weight, low cost materials.  Research work, in nuclear physics will  probably lead to structural materials^ to  order and free from the cracks, checks  and knots, which so weaken wood. Many  builders are'using some or all these  things and the ones who can't or wont,  for a score of good reasons, will, alas, go  to the wall.  One thing which* will grow is paperwork and this brings up the National  Building Code. This was the brainchild  of the National Research Council, Central  Mortgage and Housing Corp. and the  ��� Canadian Standards Association. Like  "Queen's Regulations" fpr the fighting  services, it has been humorously described as having been written by geniuses for the guidance of idiots, but, in  fact, it was compiled by a large number  of quiet, ordinary citizens, who sat  around in cheerless rooms^n Ottawa and  elsewhere, debating and arg^sj| over the  content and phrasing of every sentence.  Most, if not all, who were connected  with it in any way, felt its introduction  by municipalities would bring the dawn  of a golden age in Canadian housing,  as standards would be jacked-up, and  costs would be lowered through bigger  production runs.  By and large, tilings are better,  though one unexpected development was  the use of the code as a "bible", which  often has the effect of destroying the  hope for application of common sense  ahd experienced judgment in cases where  structural safety  is not involved.  To further protect the. public,! the -professions, of engineering and architecture  introduced bills in provincial legislatures  to regulate the practise of these professions. In British Columbia, it is unlawful for an unqualified engineer or architect to design buildings over $50,000 in  value, or for anyone, other than a qualified professional engineer to design  works exceeding $25,000. Anyone employing unqualified people takes a financial risk too, for no insurance company  will cover non-professionals. This is  common-sense, just as it is to stop your  enthusiastic amateur "doctor" neighbor  from performing u brain operation on  your wife or husband.  '���" ,; Tliis"is tlie time "lb' sayrtli.ml. yoi.i!>lo  Die surprisingly many people, who Juivo  said kind and pleasant things about those  articles."Though"not very deep or selio-  arly, they have sought to make you  think, For those interested in bigger  ,. things, I recommend a lettar to:-  Publications Section,  ���^^"^iBrCrriHlTi^'RQaoaFcl-f *��� Dl vlsionT"'"*���'  National  Research Council,  ������   .   Montrou! -Rd,, ...,.,............ ���,,.   Ottawa 7. Ontario,  Merely for the asking, thoy will send  you  free,  every  month,  a copy  of  thu  Canadian Building Digest, Except to wait  for   twp  to, throe   monthsr us  a namo?  ���; plato has to bo mifd'o,  ��. '        (Series   Copyright   Reserved)  Impaired driving cases  heard in  7\  Page B-6  The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, October 18, 1972  ob_  V  \  THE FOLLOWING cases were heard in  provincial court in Sechelt before.  Jud^e'.Charles C. MittelsteadJ:  -  Oct. (5: Cblin Peacock, Ladner, impaired drivihg; pleaded .guilty, fined  $300. driver's license suspended onfc  nVmth.  Oct. M: Ronald W. Casey, Sechelt;  plcydcd guilty to driving while license  under suspension; he was fined $200 and  it was recommended his diver's license  be suspended an  additional six months.  Sarah Nelson, Madeira Park, pleaded  guilty to impaired driving; fined $50  and driver's license suspended for three  months.     '     .  Charles Mandelkau, Gibsons, pleaded  guilty to impaired driving; fined $300,  driver's license suspended 30 days.  Oct. 13: David William Allen, Sechelt,  pleaded guilty to impaired driving; fined  $300, driver's license suspended ,30 days.  Philip Charles Berdahl, Sechelt; pleaded guilty to fraud. Court .was told that  Berdahl passed ��� 10 cheques drawn on  a  non-existent  account.  Berdahl was sentenced to three months  to the Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre with further probation for  one year. He was ordered to make restitution in the amount of $171 when he  is released.  Prize 'mums raiiled off to  Sechelt Garden members  A MEETING of the Sechelt Garden Club  was  held  at  St.  Hilda's  Hall  Oct.  4.  Presiding in the chair, was Mr. Alex  Ellis,   vice-president  of  the  club.  ��� Mr. Ellis welcomed Mr. and Mrs.  Vauxhall, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sims and  Mr. Kirkland who were guests for the  evening.  Mr. Kirkland brought 12 prize chrysanthemums which he donated to the  club.  These were raffled off-'and won by  Ann Himmel, Miss E. Harold, Olive  Marrshall and Mr. Sims.  For the coming election of officers, a  nominating committee  was  named.  The committee members elected are,  Gunnar Hanson, Olive Marshall and  Vivian Reeves.  Slides showing trees, flowers and the'*  way of life in many countries around the  world were shown by Mr. Sims and enjoyed  by  all.  Next general meeting will be Nov. 1  at 8 p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall.  \  " ���" ���-"��� CLIP THIS COUPON  WE USE PROFESSIONAL HAIRCOLORING BY CLAIROL,  7T WELLA, ROUX; L'OREAL  DISCOUNT COUPON WORTH $4.00  OFF YOUR NEXT HAIRCOLORING  (Valid every"Thursday in the month of October 1972)  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Mali, Sechelt ���       .    ' *' v 885-2339  \!  YesYou  iCHOOL  with   our   modern,   all-new   correspondence   courses���YOU    CAN   COMPLETE   ALL  LESSONS IN SPARE TIME���AT HOME OR ON THE JOB.  Certificate   awarded.   Students   may   take "General   Program   or   University   Entrance.  Low monthly tuition. All books supplied. FREE brochure and data supplied immediately.  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Locljio,  112,  Sooljoll,'  Coming   from    Povvoll    Hlvor,   Mrn,  V/idly, ..mil (lit.Mot Hn.mlm.iHtor} Cnro)  Tl.omt.Qi., , dlHU'lcl ..cloputy    protddont;,  ' J.arnl-'o llopl.lnt., punt .innambly trot.tturor  mul .'"loroncG 13onif(K!o, j.nt.1, ......lo nrnnd.  Winning \\\o~pot.lt point picture wuh  MUiu Koluii'li. ol CilbtioDti, M, Uouuhko  won Iho oUwU'Il' nilxor nnd Lorrnlno  Conroy won lho, knltlcd not, poor prlzn  .���.wi{i_won.by^A1J,Hi^HlQ-.Wi,fi'��l��lii'iil ��nd  Inobnl Hrupor won tho ol.lld'n prlzo."  ", ,' Poun.i'H woro AU..0 Kn.ni'h, C uml  Thonmon. Hilda K.tlu.d mid l'liylli.t. lluiuU  ford, In uliiii'H.. ..( hIhIIh wur<t Muy Walk-  or, l.mlly I'iu'hoiih, Mwy HU.ulo, > .Tnnnlo  ltolloi', Tllllo ""li.Klohuri.lj Wlnnlo Koon  on ni(Tin 'tlt'kolut whllo olnphnnl. 'Mull,  Mr.i. WliullOM und Kvolyn' H<i|<n( wim id,,  lln> door.     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Your savings earn more whlle'l'jfajjy.,  protected by the Provincial Credit Union Share and Deposit Guarantee  * * Ffin*H ** "**"i tM    IM'  *rv,,'"< * *"tt' '* r*1 i"*f*,w'^tf*    ***  * ��** *���*��� ������� * "r* ** &-&* |-"t t*^-.. /   k- * ��� ^-,*... . 11 .. >��      _  Now's the time to transfer your funds to a oi;edlt union.  ! ,,    , * It fT)^es,a lot of sensel  Ifeep your interest liighut y��w  CDcni^iiMi^iiii'  w��^��fw^��*w��w^^  to&mmipAm*��<^^  rtumij,   -.w. #\��*ti* .  ,��f--( _T ��Tw_lj*��f^*J4fljM  Of\| THE SU^HINE COA^T CAIJL  SHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  * '��''��'  . dt ht.t< V * H*t i   d,t} st,- ,  WNrf Road, P.O.  Box 375, Socholt;>^ PJio^o 885j.91.G1  INTEREST RATES UP TO 8%  H *'_ IWiwywM. wMMw-ptrfW*  "%7  PENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNION  MADEIRA.PARIC^.  �����.^^tk4t^>i^iuKm*Hmnm^  mm^mm^^mm^mm^m^^*  !��Jal5*lW��H!SMW��tWW  *��)Mfn9>W&*949M&0%^^  ��.^#J -1 "1,1 w*^ M %f^Tilmwktm %*.  COMPARE OUR PRICES  WITH  YOUR  CATALOGUE  OR ANYWHERE ELSE  TO PROVE  WE OO SELL FOR LESS  it*^'*Wiii��ifitt*m<<tt&wi*wt4*&4tmw  ���f;-n_-  SUNSHINE RENTALS  PLUMBING DEPARTMENT  Davis Bay    ..'..,, Phona S8S-2840  wt4mmmmm##$*i*m  iW��*����w��*M)����im*w^^ v H\   ���    ���> i   .      a   -      :.   H   ���' w      *  \  ',' ���,*���  \       �� ��� �� *   <   .  (V   \V.. '���'"V    ��� '  .    K  \  v  \  \  \  \  h '. " a ���    }  ,.  jt-^ia.^..;^,..  .   ^ ���;  i      .'    ,     *    f    ,     ,     i~       -J  \  \ ���  V  \\  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  \  Wednesday, October!8, 1972       Thex Peninsula Tjmes  _, -_^.   ,���  \  TIHJI.SDAY'S   film   show     til   thi*. Wel  come Beach Hail will hf n 'vorv^specia  _>ne, for the five films which  have been  "loaned by  the New Zealand  trade  commissioner were specially selected  by Mr.  and Mrs. Fritz Leuchte.  The films which will make up the  program are "Amazing New Zea-lafid",  '���Maori Arts and Culture", "Hill Country", a film abo^t sheep farming, "-legend of the Birds", a particiarly fine study  of wild life, and "Way Leggo". about life  on the big'farms. Ir time penrdts, Mi".  Leuchte is also prepared to offer some  information about New Zealand relating  to the life, economics, prices and cost of  'living; That's Thursday, Oct. 19 _\ 7:30  p.m. Admission is 35 cents and everybody  welcome. ���      ���  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  met last week at the home of the president, Mrs. Cliff Connor to plan the  program for the winter s,eason. Arrangements were discussed for bringing the  swimming float ashore. It was decided  that this year the Halloween party for  the children would -,be ararnged at the  Bob Trousdell home on Saturday, Oct. 28,  leaving the evening of Oct. 31 'free for  children to make their Witching rounds.  An afternoon bowling session for children  of all ages is also planned for *the near  future. Plilms have been ordered for  the children's  Christmas  party.  Last Saturday, members and friends  met at the Welcome Beach Half .to cele-  rate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Welcome Beach Community  Association.   President   Alex   Ellis   called  -���by Mary Tinkley  for vn moment's silence in tribute <o the  memory of Canon Alan Greene, who had  died in St. Mary's Hospital and Alfred  Young, who had died while on~~a visit "  to his daughter in Thufider Bay. The  singing of -"Harvest Home" which has  become a tradition for the October social,  brought back poignant memories of the  many occasions when Canon Greene had  led the' singing and given a Thanksgiving  message. *  Mrs. Janet Allen read the reminiscences of Mrs. Elsie Holgate, one of the  original charter members, on . the early  days of the Community Association and  of the poor state of the roads in those  days nnd the many difficulties settlers  had' to contend with. She paid tribute,  lo the men and women who had built the  hal], many of who were no longer with  us. .  There followed a fancy dress parade,  with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Ed.  Cook, Mrs. Vera Sallis, Mrs. Blanche McCrady, Mrs. Freda Rhoades, Mrs. M.  Tinkle..* Ed. Cook and Rert James. A  prize was also presented to Mrs. Ruby  Hatcher in recognition of her wonderful  piano accompaniment. With everybody in  a singing mood and a continual demand  for songs, she was never once stumped.  All \ prizes were donated by Mrs. Guy  Clear. Mrs. Clear also gave a recitation  which was dedicated to the Welcome  Beach Community Association. Refreshments included a beautifully decorated  anniversary   cake.  Residents of the Halfmoon Bay area  and   districts   north   were   shocked   last  Saturday to hear the .reconstruction work  had been stopped on the hignXvay because  of lack of money. The^stretch of highway between the Redrooffs Road aiH  West Sechelt\��is cerlainly rn" no condition to be left as it is, for as late, as  "JasT,Saturday, at" least two accidents occurred there. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kadin  on their way "To" the funeral' "oTTJanon  Greene, came into"- collision with a road  truck there and Mrs. Kadin was taken  to hospital with cuts and bruises. A  short time later, over the same stretch,  Tarn London ran over a stake whicj. had  been knocked down hy another car" and  punctured the hose leading to his gas  tank, resulting in the immediate loss of  all his gas. Mr. London, who is president  M Area B Ratepayers' Association, immediately telephoned Don Lockstead,  MLA regarding the slopping of work on  the highway. Mr. Lockstead promised to  take the matter up first, thing Monday  morning. Alex Ellis, president of the Wei-  comex Beach Community Association has  also, lodged protests to Don Lockstead  and to the Department of Highways on  the same matter. "  The game warden has confirmed that  tracks found last week in the Redrooffs  area are those of a cougar. The tracks  have been seen on the sandbar leading  to Duck Rock and around the Don  MacDonald and Tony Tschaikowsky pro-  ��� perties.  'Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clear have returned-  from an 18-day Evergreen bus tour covering 3,994 miles and exploring some of  the most famous U.S. national parks.  The tour covered Yellowstone, Grand  Teton, Brycc; Grand Canyon, Zion and  Redwood   National     Parks.     Mrs.   Clear  went'.on this tour last year but\this time  Mr. Clear accompanied her and took a  nim.beiv of pictures which, his many  friends-will look forward-to seeing: This;"  lime ihey returned via San Francisco,  where they^ visited lhe Golden Gate '  Bridge, the Swiss Colony Winery, Fisherman's Wharf and tlie- old whaling town  olfc'ausalit... The weather was glorious  until they reached Portland, though Nevada was a trifle too warm, with a tern-,  peralure _._7-12 degrees in the shade.  In the area last \Veek to attend the  funeral of their father, Canon, Alan  Greene.* were Alan Greene of Duncan,  Barbara Barnes Of Toronto, Marjorie  Greene of Vancouver and Catherine Tuck  of  Summerside  P.E.I.  S     ��� ' ���        v     v' ... jj|  I   Layaway Jor Christmas NOW   |  "    and SAVE Yourself MONEY  a.  \\  Sechelt  BarherShop  (George Flay)  CLOSED  ^   for  Holidays  Oct.  28 -Nov. 11  i  * ALL LAY AW AYS REQUIRE  10% DOWN  ���fa Pick up Layaway before December 5  and we will DEDUCT an additional  10%  on all orders over $20.  ���-~m~-m~~mmm~mtt^^mmmmmmm~^���mmm������mmmmmmmlm���mmmmmm^mmmitmm~^���~mmmmmmmmmm^m���m^m~mmmm.  FOR  EXAMfLE:  Your Items Cost  ......  _.-._._.__. $50.00 ^  Layaway Deposit ___..        v~���._ $ 5,00 ��  'Discount for early Pick-up ���....._ .ZTfr 5.00 &  NOW YOU  ONLY PAY  $40.00  ��.?���%  *"*.&*������  AT YOUR  Ms&w_m__m_'  DEALER  c %><_  L^ampbelt5  Uarietu cd.ta.  I  aneiu  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt ___  Use Times' Adbrieis to Sell Rent Buy. Swap. etc.  ���  Put your message into more  than    2,500   homes   (10.000)  readers    in    these    economical  spots.  Your ad is always there  for quick  reference ......  anytime!  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  * Here's an economical way to  reach 2,500 homes (10,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready refer?  . . anytime!  ence  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C..  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  "  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Daily, Tues through Saturday  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts and Crafts  Cowrie Street ��� Sechelt ��� 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILPING SUPPLIES  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G&W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.   TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before  Installation  R   BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek. B.C. -  Phone 886-2551  AUTO  SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a,rrj.-6 p.m,; Sat. 11,0.,a.rn,-3 p.m.  Gibsons; Mon.-Thurs. 10 a,m.-3 p.m,  Fr|, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  A SIMPKINS,  Bricklayer  now back in Sechelt area.  Located across from Selma Park.Store.  Phone 885-2688  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883.2403  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING   LTD.    .  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  tOAST DRYWALL  Drywall pnd Textured, ceilings  .���,���������,.,. Free Estimate.  Phone 886-7643  TEP'S BLASTING  ,* 7 ' ALU WORK FUUDiqNSURED ,  Basements . Prlyo.Ways ..Septic Tanks  Stumps" Pitch tines  7      .Call For A Froo Est Imato,Any Tlmo  TED DONLEY"      Ponclor Horbour 883-2734  I-' ��� ��w -ii-i ��� in"1   ���   ���T" 'II'"' * " '  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For .Expert Blasting  -���.*w*FREE-E5TIMATES---���-���  Phone 885-23Q4 H, C. EiKierwn  If No Ansvvor Loavo Mossafjo at  ���       '" 085-9326    ���  R.R. 1, Sochelt P.C  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  Sand ��� Gravel and Fill  Ligh. Clearlng..and..Excavating  Phone 886-7109 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS (Cont.)  PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob-or Dick 884-5315  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  Phone 886-7244  D. W. LAMONT  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  R.R. No.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - IndMStrial-Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Joe McCann, Box ,157, Madeira, Park  "     Phone 883-9913  Residential - Commercial ~ Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  ,��.��.�����Phone Day or ����� Eve,*" 885-2Q62**"**"*  .    SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  ~t-, General Contractor ���>  Residential Wiring and Plumbing  883-2426, Box 55, Madeira  Park  L 8, H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX1 CONCRETE   ,,    .   ,  ' Sand ancl Gravol - Backhoos'  Ditching -.Excavations  PORPOISE PAY ROAD  (now Hall Shoot Metal Bulldlna) ,  885.9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  FUEL  "IP!*  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  ~Cloqr|no����E)<cavfltlqr��i.wRo<��d*BulWlnQ  Grading�� Fill ��� (toad Gravel - Crushed Rocl^  Phone; Sechelt 885.9550  BUILDERS  ..,. -J,,,  CONCRETE FORM RENTAL  FOR ALL'TYPES OF PIGMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Cc^plcto Infitructlonfi Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  886-9951  SKANNOR-PEVELOPMENTS-LTD.  RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL  ���'���   '���     CONSTRUCTION  "Love Is q Homo by Skarinorl"  B^_7Socholt ^ ggjj-jjr^^  WJMW*     M"1 - *��*Krf��   ��*i*^-Ki-K*_-<*����1*S��tW*��M��lt-*'>'a'  READY-MIX CONCRETE ANP  BUILPING SUPPLIES  Your On* Stop Bulldlna Stor��  , ,       For All Your Oulldlng Noodi  GIBSONS DUILDING SUPPLIES LTP.  1659* $��avftw - Phon�� 886^642  R & S BACKHOE  RR No. 1, Mqclelra Park, B.C.  W, Rousseau 3 Phono 883-2302  *"We*alrmtO' please'- -���-.���,������-  R;NIE::W!PMAN  for all your  ,SS0 PRODUCTS  , IMPERIAL,7ESSO DEALER  Phbno 883-2663  .���,.,...,.,���, Madeira., Pa rk, ������<��� R.C, ������- --  '"i"'  '"< i ' i   ��li.M.Mil^ACJES,.  vtt)��t(MMi��4iW*W m  Land Closing -Road Pulldlng  Troa Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS   ,  Telephone 883-2417  R,R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C,  rr_r  P,Y. Service Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  a   Direct all enquiries to.  Dlipotthor.at805-9030_.��vc��,00#-7'37fl  Olllco Hours 0j30.o.m.jo���.4:30 p.m.  Frqa  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors �� Patios >> Stairs  . WolKs - DrlYOwaya  Eitlmato* PM 08V9413  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTP.   GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  ,   No clownipaymont - Bank Intoros,  Ton y��ara lo pay  For froo oitlmato.���Call 501-6136 collect  CqmpJo|Q.I|no,of���qppllapc��s^.,. ..,���.,..������  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  ��� .        ���'���'���' ��� ��� ���  In tho Ba| Block  , ,    Nex^ to tho Co-op Storo  Glbtoni 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Export Hair Styling  Cowrie St.,  -am *���������* its**' %��� W**~    mm." Jm.1*  Sochelt B.C,  MrtW^^ftfJH!W=ai*W>WMtWwaWW!.^^ iww.  Phono"  885:2818"  k Your Business Card  In this space ��� *WlII*i  romch nearly 10,000 people!  Low cost -." Hlflh power  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL  SHEET METAL  &  HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phone 886-7029 ��� 886-7056 - 886-7220  '      FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxlnfl  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing In: '  Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of .pullding  ry\alntenanco;?;F|oor.*lnstdl|ation.  ���   Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885.9715 AFTf.ti 4 P.M.   Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C. ���     ���  "*"   MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  _ & MARINE SERVICE 'UD.:  Machine Snap ��� Arc and Aqty Welding  Steel Fabrlqatlng������ Marino Ways  Automotive and Marine Repalrs  Standard Marine Station  Phone B06-7721   Ro.. 886.9956, 886-9326  ������'''���     : ���'������'���      ' ' i1" ' : '   ''���'  '      :        '   ' It  MARINE SERVICES  * '"'i - ���"""      Your Chrysler Dealer for Salos and Sorvlco,    _  7;,777|iEPAm-SH6p ���    ������  Parking ancj Moorago Availablo      ���  P    TILLICUM BAY MARINA  ,.�� Colin and Evelyn McKlnnon  1 Jim and Iris Miller  EAST PORPOISE PAY ROAP, SECHEL,T   ..,4, 4 ,,,., 885-2100 u���,.,.4���...  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE   , ,., ,.���..,., Bottom Repairs,.,,.,.   883-2535  Box 7)k-,Garden Bay, B.C.  rmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi^mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  MOVING and STORAGE  _._ LEN���WRAYjS��� TRANSFER J���._.,.  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Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 j��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886.9533  Everything for the po-lt-Youfselfer,  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Leri Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 - 886-7872   t. ^^  _____  RENTALS ''     .    '  A, C. Rentals  Sunshine Coast Hlahyvay and,  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Phone 883-25815  "RENT |T AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  ;!7     at Davis Day  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Everythlnb"  Typewriters ^Llghtlno Plants - Televisions ���  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  -���"-"Mechanic's Tools  PHONE '885-2848 ^ 24 HOUR SERVICE '  AFTER HOURS 885-2151  ROOFING AND FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923 .  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service To Air/yAaktM  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used ... 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PECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block �� Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2249 g  BUSINESS^DiRECTORY  TO REACH  10,000 PEOPLE    .  THE TIMES, 885*9654  n,s��mtiw ��*����*i����#w  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  ,  ,   Fully Insured  DANGER TREES TOPPED  ���., .SEUECTIVEXLEARING. ,., ,.,.. .,,..���...,   Greater Vancouver      Secholt Peninsula   291-0750 885-9711      ,  T,V, and RADIO  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD,    i  Salq�� ond Sqrvlc6 (  ',  Amhorlxod Doolor and Ropolr, Depot for    8. PHlLCQ. ���, ��� ������,    ,  (3UASAR,,(M.9<pfpla)  Cowrlo , Street, Sechelt  ��� Phone  88^-2171  "~SUN$HINp COAST XV. 'SAtfeS'."':;  A, SERVICE l,TD, ' �� ' j  ADMIPAU 7-   EUECTROHOMR,   '   qnd   ZENITH- PEAllmS    iJ     ���  Gordon Ollvor   -   Ed Nicholson  In Tho Heart Of Downtown' Secjbelt'  Box 799;' Secholt  , .,, ,.      JB85-9816,.  ^J���_M.��w-._^4^��-��>-.'.wlWto>C><afaaM '   ClbSED ON MONDAYS  *RJ*i*^*^(*��M��WHW'����^4s��*'  U*m**b#^'.f>t4m***e**>#.^^ ****  UPHOLSTERY  l|*f"H *l   I  BI^IRjCUSTOM^UEHQLSTillt,  A N D*.OIl A PERI l*S,����iw*^|i'4��^^  , , ,   '.    i  ,   i ,,     a,       ,    ^l��4,.|l|j|r��>'.^a/,p��w,,t,���J n  fUuphol��t��rlna ��� Rwlyllna . Complitf 'Drapriy , ,  Sarvlca-SamplM��ho>mlnmahorna 7   ,���.' 7 ,   .*.  Phono 886-2050  Y9URADIHJH^f|rl<TORr::,( n  -.'��� REACHES,4500(.HOMI$V'":,--7:'-!"''1-' "J  ��  _w^htiuwM.*����wB-��'<lwt��<ii��i<w ^t'^r��iwt)W'w*Mw*wwa^*gw>w*ww^^  WMVw*oiiPfe4>n����im  *  M,.wM���mmiiwmmywl<i^r\'rrfrr^' ..mt9*ui9~i_4y_____mm9mMmmM*L_m \  w  \  \  International night... v  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary  plans smorgasbord program  ,' ~       '' . ���   - \-  St/Fieire has Pender Hi-lites  e  THE OCTOBER meeting of. the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital was  held at St. Hilda's Church Hall Oct. 12.  Mrs. Faye Lewis, president, introduced  two prospective members, Mis. Lena  Ilebcrl, ��� and Mrs. Schuett. A charter  mpnibri'. Mrs. Bea Swanson, is active  again. The members were pleased to welcome her back. The first njeeting of this  auxiliary was held al her home in  1961.  Mrs. Margaret Humm has been appointed, chairman of refreshments. The  voting delegate for tlie forthcoming BCHA convention in Vancouver will be  Mrs. Ipa Grafe.  Mrs. Lewis attended the graduation  ceremonies to present the auxiliaries  bursary to Miss Leslie Cryderman of  Gibsons. A "thank you" was received,  from principal Don Montgomery of Elphinstone. ;  Mrs. Rosa Swan reported the thrift  shop   is  still   doing   great   business.  The bridge games are well under  way. There are promises to be a good  tournament with fun for the players and  funds for the auxiliary. Mrs; Maxine  McNeil is  bridge  chairman.  Mrs. Billie Steele, membership, reported the auxiliary now has 120 paid-  up members, including three junior members.  Sunshine   chairman   Mrs.   Mary   Red-  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  JOHN  WAYNE   IN  THE  COWBOYS  (General)  WARNING���Some   Brutality   and   Swearing  Wednesday,   Thursday.   Friday,   Saturday  October  18-21  SWEDISH FLY  GIRLS   -������ -.PLUS-...   DAGMARS HOT PANTS  INC.  (Both   Restricted)  .     WARNING���Sex  Comedy  Sunday,   Monday,   Wednesday,   Thursday  October 22,  23, 25  and  26  man to'd of the cards she lias sent to ill  members.  Volunteer chairman Chris Ward gave  a .report.on the gift shop. She announced  that the unit was to host the party at the  extended care on Friday Oct. I. and  asked for volunteers  to  help.  The Red Cross blood donor clinic  held" Oct.   10 *wasxquite successful.  Nominating committee for .the . elections to be held in December will be  Mrs. Faye Lewis, Mrs. Ada Dawe, Mrs.  Mable McDermid and Mrs. Peggy Con-,  nor,  Mrs. Margaret Humm, convener, with  Mrs. Dorothy Carter for the big "International Night" smorgasbord to be held  Nov. 18, gave us a run down on the  menu which will include foods from  every country.  Master of ceremonies will be Mayor  Ben Lang. Music will be by the How(.e)  Sounds   formerly   Penn   Kings.  Mrs. Alva Booth needs some international flags for decoration. If anyone  has a foreign flag the unit could borrow   it  would   be  appreciated. .  At the close of the meeting the tickets  went on sale to members with Mrs. Eve  Moscrip in charge of sales. There were  40 left over which then went on' sale  to the public. These disappeared very  quickly,   it   was   reported.  The ladies responsible for the tea  for this month were" Mrs. Mollie Smith,  Mrs. Hazel Haddon, Mrs. Doreen Jenkins.  Woman passenger injured  in car. truck collision  MRS.  Anton  Kedin,  Sergeants  Bay,  was  slightly injured when the vehicle her  husband was driving was in collision  with a parked gravel truck at 1:30 p.m.  Friday.  The Kedin'vehicle was southbound at  the time of the crash and the 1964- model  car was a total loss, said police. Kedin  was not injured. RCMP investigation  continues.  An unidentified motorcycle passenger  was injured slightly when the vehicle  was struck by a car making a left-hand  turn at 1 p.m. Oct. 8. Operator Richard  Pilcher was not hurt, said RCMP.  Police cautioned motorists to be alert  for motorcycles which ,are difficult for  oar  drivers  to see.  JOHN TURNER, minister of-finance, de-  x scribed Paul St. Pierre of Coast Ch^H-  cotin as. an MP with "the cutting edge^  on environme.n_.al protection legislation  in the Arctic and in foreign policy activ  ities to protect Canadian coasts and fish  l_ !��� .fit.* s . \ \ ^  eries  \  The minister, made his comments in  Williams Lake.  "Kts interest has been the "environment. It was this man who accelerated  our moves in the 28tli Parliament to protect the Arctic and make Canadian sovereignty abundantly'clear to all."  The minister also praised St. Pierre's  work at the United Nations, the Organization of American States and in North  Atlantic   Assembly.  "He is a man of strongly independent  mind speaking up for his own ideas and  for his riding of Coast Chilcotin in terms  nobody could misunderstand. He could  stand up to anybody including the prime  minister,   in   arguing   his   cases."  St. Pierre, drove from Vancouver to  D'Arcy on Anderson Lake, followed the  Duffey Lake forestry road in an early  season snowstorm for another meeting  at Lillooet on the same day and slept at  100  Mile  House.  The netx day was occupied with a  meeting at Horsefly near the eastern  boundary  of  Coast  Chilcotin   riding.  The following days were spent in  meetings at Williams Lake, including a  speech to the local Rotary club in which  the candidate suggested that voters would  make their choices not on the basis of  promises or isolated issues of. conflict  but out of "good Canadian common  sense."  He attended a rn.ec.ing in Lac La  Hache and spoke at an all candidate  meeting in 100 Mile House Thursday  night and flew to Powell River to appear  on  an  open  line  radio- show.  CREDIT SNOOPING  How many business and personal reputations are damaged by incorrect information in* a credit 'report or personal  investigation? Consumers' Association of  Canada urges the consumer to fight for  the protection of his privacy and to urge  his Provincial Member of Parliament to  support legislation for the control of personal investigations and relation of  credit reporting activities.  ���by\Cindy Harris  111 AGAIN 'everyone! We have been  back at s&iool a month now and  everything Is pretty-well back to normal;  Wc would like to welcome our new  leuc'her, Mrs. Kimmel. She teaches home'..  economics and French, faking the place  of Miss Davidson who has transferred  to Gibsons Elementary. We hope she enjoys hei; change of scene.  Activities so far include volleyball,  soccer and badminton and the gym has  been a hive, of activity, Where__did all  tlie junior girls, come fr&m?  GAMES   " J  Elphinstone girls were our first visitors on Sept. 28. The juniors opened the  affair and after some interesting and  fairly close games came out ahead by  15-9, 15-6 and 15-10. Elphinstone's seniors  seemed very nervous and let themselves  be overwhelmed by Pendens girls 15-1,  150 and  15-12.    4  On Oct. 3 we paid a return visit to"  Elphinstone and the story was a little  different on their home territory. This  time the grade eights played a junior-  junior game and after a close contest  Elphie was able to celebrate a win 15-12,  15-13. The story was repeated in the  junior match with some great serving  by Elphinstone which shocked Pender  13.-IT),   16-7   and   6-15.  Pender's blushes were saved by the  seniors who played a cool game against  a much improved Elphie to win 15-9, 15-5  and 15- 9. Home court seems to be a big  advantage. There was a big difference  in the spirit of this year's games which  were far friendlier than on other occasions.  Pender next visited Brooks in Powell  River on Oct. 7. The boys won their'  first match against Texada Island 15-6,  15-12 and 15-10. The junior girls carried  on the sad tale losing to Brooks 8-15, 8-15  and 14-16 in the final game surrendering  a 14-2 lead in the process. The senior  girls came up with another win after  some anxious moments taking their  match   15-9,   15-13  and   15-17.  Soccer returned this year when we  hosted a very strong Brooks team. The  boys,   with   the   help   of   a   frantic   Mr.  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 18,  1972  Tiernan, surpassed a,Jl expectations to  gain a 2-2 sx tie. Doug Barsaloux played  a strong garhe at fullback.  -Thanks to a missed ferry the next  game was against a hastily collected  Elphinstone team instead of a return  against Brooks. "This time Pender did  not shape up so well at ahd was huslled  to a 3-0 defeat. Tt^nks go to Elphie and  Mr. XJray for helping out in our emergency.  .'Badminton got started last week and  we -look forward to vplayi'ng Brooks next  Jriotith,...,*  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident^ Agent  JOHNBREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  For   Quick  Results   Use  Times  Adbriefs  er  -^ruthorized, cJjeaie  m PIONEER  CHAIN  SAWS  ���' JOHNSON  SNOW MOBILES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  AT THE TRAFFIC LIGHT      ���      PHONE 885-2812  ��*���^WMMMMUMMMMMMMMMMM���  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T MESS IT UP!  SNOWMOBILE  REGISTRATIONS  EXTENDED TO  NOVEMBER 1  The front page of the WRN OUTDOORS, HUNTING and WINTER  SPORTS SUPPLEMENT carried in this issue of The Times displays a message from Hon. Robert Williams, Minister of DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION and CONSERVATION.  Since this supplement went to press considerably in advance of distribution, it was printed before an anrtottncerrient was made extending the  effective date for registrations to Nqveri^ber 1, 1972.  By that date, all requirements a^-detafted in the front page Supplement  announcement inserted by the Department of Recreation and Conservation must have been fulfilled.  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