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 \  *  Speaker tells: association  Gomniiiriity role needed  for  children  shine classroom could continue Nto operate on the school board grant alone, even  if donations drieci up.  The   board,   she   explained,,  had   re^-  \ cently   increased   its   grant  to  $102   per  He^,told the monthly meeting of the -month per child and this constituted the  .i__i_   _-._.   T^:_.���:_i.      a ..__.__       ,_-..    maximum allowable grant���150xper cent  of the cost of educating a normal child.  Mrs.  Lee  noted  that the school had  been started with donated materials.  "It's  simply fantastic,  the  wonderful  people. in ' this neighborhood,"  she. said. -'  "I am ever so grateful to them."  Stave line vandalism  .  ��� .      .1  causes waier losses  VANDALISM on the wooden stave line    x  that carries the water f_;om the reservoir to the district has been causing serious loss of water, said Staff Sgt. William  Saunders of the Sechelt detachment of  the   RCMP.  Saunders said that youths or persons  with motor bikes are suspected and' he  warns that all trespassers in the area  of the waterline or anyone found responsible., for the damage will be prosecuted.  He particularly warns parents to tell  their youngsters of the seriousness of  the offence.  Here are places  to cast ballots  WITH election day Monday, thousands of  Sunshine Coast residents are expected  to vote in polls from Port Mellon, to Egmont.  Candidates up for election in this riding are: Paul St. Pierre, Liberal, incumbent; John Pankratz, Progressive Conservative; Harry Oluassen, New Democratic  Party;  Lew  King,  Social Credit.  -'- - polls will" be" 6penv f rom" 8  a:mr" to   8  p.m.  Polling stations for local residents in  Monday's federal election are as follows:  Poll   82   (Egmont)���Silvey   residence.  district   returning   officer,  Mrs.   Dorothy  Silvey. ,  Poll  84   (Pender 'Harbor)���Davis residence, Garden Bay. DTO, Lloyd Davis.  Poll  85   (Francis  Peninsula)���Duncan  residence. DTO, Mrs. Helen Duncan.  Poll 86 (Madeira Park)���Community  Hall. DTO, Mrs. Myrtle Raye.  Poll 87 (Halfmoon Bay)���Store. DTO,  Tampion London.  Poll 88 (Sechelt)^Legion Hall. DTO,  Mrs. Freda Wilson.-  Poll 89 (Sechelt)���Legion Hall. DTO,  Mrs. L. Mitchell.  -;    Poll/90 (Sechelt)���Region Hall. DTO,  ;7Mrs.. Thelma McLean.  Poll 91 (Sechelt.,No. 1 Indian Band)���  Sechelt Band Cduricif Hall' DTO,^Audrejr~  Joe."' '������������ ������:<���>��������  Poll 92 (St. Mary's . Hospital)���DTO,  Mrs.: Chris Milward.  ������^oll 93 (Wilson Creek)���Community  Hall. DTO, Mrs. Hazel Liste.  Poll  94   (Wilson   Creek)���Community  Hall. DTO, Mrs, E. Clark.  ���'   :  ^ Polls 95, & 9.6 (Roberts Creek)���Rob-:  erts Creek Community Hall.  Polls 97, 98 and 100 (Rural Gibsons)  ~-��jibsohs Anglican Church.  ,7.m_.#s^  lagej���Gibsons Vni,iec( Church.  .Polls   103,   104  and   105   (Granthams  \  Ss.  "SfVS.  \  RETARDED- children must be prepared  for a role in the community, said Tom  Stewart, program support officer of the  B.C. Association for the Mentally Ret-  irded. -,     '������>������ \  Sechelt and District Association for  Retarded Children Wednesday that "parents have a/ bad habit of dying," said  leaving their children to fend for themselves.  "They have to. realize that they will  not always be there. Parents must accept  the fact that their child is going to outlive them."  The guest speaker stressed the importance of giving retarded children a  wide variety,of learning experience which  will be of use to them in later life  .vhWn they become independent.  "In schools for the retarded, we have  to be careful not to find the lowest com-  rion denominator," he said. "How ap-  oropriate is it for a 15-year-old is playing ring-around-the-roses or London  Bridge?"  Instead, they should be taught to  ..noose their own shirts, to handle money  ind to do their own shipping in supermarkets.  "Teenagers know they are growing  older and we must provide them with  teenage  activities,"  he  added.  Stewart emphasized that no more  stigma should be attached to schools for  the retarded than to any others, and that  conventional schools for the retarded than  to any others, and that conventional  schools and day-care centres should be  willing to accept retarded children.  "They're not infectious,", he said.  "There is no 'reason why day-care centres along the Sunshine Coast should  not accept the .retarded. This has rJeen  tried elsewhere and the kids got along  fine ��� together."  The program support officer ended by  saying the BCAMR had a great deal of  information which they would gladly  make available to groups dealing with  the retarded,  ''Mfs"7'Lee"'"Macey7^  that local association funds now stood  at $3,297.38. The Canadian Forest Products Employees Charities Fund had donated $300, she said, and $267 had been  raised from the sale of a rug made and  donated  by  a  17-year-old  retarded  boy.  Mrs. Gladys Legh, teacher at the Sunshine classroom in Gibsons, said that the  local Kiwanis Club was anxious to help  the association in any way possible and  would probably take the children On an  outing to the Icecapades.  ."I think these field trips would be  real delight,"' she said. .    . *s  In answer to -a question from Mrs.  Legh, Mrs. Macey explained that the Sun-  Serving the Sunshine Coast/(Howe Sound-to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon; Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   }  Wilson Creek, Selma Park; Sechelt, Halfropon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., /y\<. deira Park, Garden Bay,*. Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUN?H INE COAST.  X  2nd Class Mali  Registration No. 1.142  \    \  H�� \ rvcyiaiiuuuil l.\J.   I.it*  \  V.  Union   <??*��"   Label  This Issue 14 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9, No. 48 ��� WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25,1972  ��W      TfWffTV^m  w-z-w  ..     s v.* *������*  Chamber banquet presentations  Guest of honor at Secholt and Dis- presented with a -marine clock b> the left are: Mrs. Lang; Mayor Ben  triet Chamber of Commerce grand chamber. Mrs. Cannon and her hits- Lang, Mrs. Cannon, Dennis Cannon,  banquet Saturday was Fran'Cannon, band, Dennis, in turn presented the Mrs. Thompson, Morgan Thompson,  third from left, first woman 4o swim community with a commemorative president of the chamber of corn-  Georgia Strait.  Mrs. Camion 7was    mug of the event.Pictured.here from merce.'.'".  December rgfeteridym unlikely . , .  Sechelt village council to hold vote  on recrea  a&W.lfcjiHa-'__k* _%.\  ,  ���___.','(���.&*������*:*_____   ���>  mont  Meetings scheduled  Sunshine 'Coast'"'"'* Regional District  board .will meet torn orrow at 7:36 p.m.  in the district office at Davis Bay. Sechelt  School District will meet in the Gibsons  office on Thursday.  '''CH^BEiR'^EETING^'''''' 7  Norman W. Lewis of the Credit 0u  by Dick Proctor  VILLAGE; of  Sechelt    prpbably    won't  hold a December referendum vote on  the proposed recreational complex.  Council, ��� bowing to public pressure  and a the:fact -that a previous recommendation oh holding a referendum was not  legal, decided . to hold a referendum  ''within six' months." ���'.     .���,   ,,,,.,,Mayor ;)(i^en^^  that a unanimous recomme  Oct. 4. in which the council turned dbwh  m_}tter, Aid. Ted Osborne Mbved'yWith  a ^second by Aid. Norm Waison, that a  vote be held on the recreational Complex  within six months. The motion was .'carried unanimously.  v Some .members expressed .confusion, at  this point. Mayor Lang "said that to'him,  the motion indicates that a vole would  be held in December. Aid. Watson, and-  Aid. Bernel Gordon both charged trickery  and said"'that'HHe"r^  ferondum would be. held within a  six-  Dec-  reatipn center.  "The only matter to be discussed tonight, is whether or not to allow a referendum,'' he told council.  . Paetkau gave a brief background , of  the, recreation... centre and added that  when i\\e vote was held Feb. 2., 58.6 per  cent of the taxpayers, excluding Pender  Harbor, voted for it, Sechelt village tax-  '      " "  ���see page'A-3'  Regional board likely  to OK rezoning bylaw  SUNSHINE   Coast  Regional  Board  will  give third and final reading Thursday  to a rezoning bylaw. excluding commercial development around Bargain Bay.  Adoption of the bylaw will mark the  culmination of efforts by local residents  " to keep the area residential.  Regional, Board planner E. R. Cuylits  told The*"Tiirtes tha| a'petition signed by  31 residents and' submitted to the board  in November 1971 Started the proceedings.  A brief public hearing was held in  Madeira Park Saturday and no objections  were made to the proposed re-zoning. ,  ��� Under.the new. bylaw, which Cuylits  ..-said'-is certain to go. through,;nthe area,  around Bargain Bay bounded on the  north by Francis Peninsula Road and the  highway, will be rezoned R-2 in place  of the previous C-2 classification.  re��4 * of;, Y^ncouYer-'willfr presents period but not necessarily, hi  -'--'-'���    '--  -'-��<������    "     'Langd-.lp)-r-Granthams Landing Hall, Sechelt''i'ifi December,was -noi legal. Ho    on>ber. '     '   ���'  i'.  Planner seeks feedback  show on various phases, of credit, He  will address members of the Sechelt District Chamber of Commerce at'the general meeting tonight at 7:30 at the Peninsula Drive-in.    Poll 106  (Port Mellon)���Port Mellon    said that' _v.motion must be made and  Community Hall. ^.a,,,,,,-,...������" ��i>'-7j^h*yJt)Vy. seconded,..sta'ling;-whether,1, avlvotev.willa..or.  Voters unsnre of .their poll numbers    will not be��� fteld.  .  should"contact Mike1 Blaney at 886-75357      Aftbr about an lijour's debate on the  c ffUa^Uv.^.i IM^l^i��tHfi*.t.^^i4   #^*��<.4( >��f.te.*Vi��**^^W*NW,^*��*ife*w^  Garden Bay Lake residents approve  restrictive zoning bylaw at hearing  With tempers flaring; .Waifjorlii ����nd  Gordon both: said, th^t,they1)wpijiid!;,resign  but J(ater changed, their mi'n^^ ,ftnd carried oh with business, Drl.BU'lc,1 Paetkau,  of the recreation cpmjjtjitt,^.1! .amended  tliecouncil meeting'to,'sp^;|f^^^  7 Paetkau. left thp meeting ,a'tid', Mayor by E. R. Cuyllti,' ,  ���   Lang and the aldermen, were/dpneerhed.', regional district,planning director. ���     f  '^at he had lqft with the'jtnp^'siori that ' '^- RJSCENT  release ' from   tlie  regional  a'referendum .would  be 'hqld^nj pec;-. ��� ���-district  suggeflted  that' larger  parcel  ensues over  density of housing  _ir^.J_ _>_tt'_l hte_i_a fl_ _ - vl_ .l'l'J____ __ij u^-L''-. 1.1 ��_^1_J-.J-L^_,liiVjar. .ag^ji, ^^ijll.A ^____,n: ..^ i^w. t^. ^^^Tl ^___. '-Ii- _^_jB_ J^. _?__J_^L^ _- il-tij >'. i^.^t. .ij.^-i. _i.^4-^-_'___. J_; [_ J.-lj'..^ ^.. .-.l.fl �� _ _��� ^-. ^ i.__r-4_-4._-a.__. J.lI.,i _:t ^1 il.. va.^'. 1. _ _ ^aa-i^L. _^r. t']'v,__. :ut' 11:1 _ ���>..        . ...-a.'_:-..  ifti^bts* .$ ?*#.w. ^ffiw'V'/�� V*v 'I M'*> isf*, fef^M****1*^'!*--J!J*it(i"i a(Hsai��sw f��*ih m1 ���\..'HMm-"  ember, A phdne call to Paotki.u:iexe^ln'ed.    sizes in new subdivision's' should bo re-  that the council agreed thatnay,d].e'iWOt\ld,.  quired, . , ���   '  be   taken   within"��x   mOntlis.^uli/lnot      ' AJ        ' y.lnl0f,   lo,   .,���������  wlll  nffGG,  Cuylits-revealed-the boards-was con-'  pidcred uppirig"thonlO per cent minimum"  figure tb 15 per cent ln the sub-division  by-law. ��� !, 'i,.  ..   "Is, this an far as the board can gbV"'  asked'u ldcul resident..,  "Thl(."mean.'.wthat"*no-ona*othcr-"thnn  made thq1'land'.uhoIcbr to Ihom,  The jyijijorHSr, ,pf 'Ihpfjo, present, Xo,lt. a  i    i   .    "���- ���     ��� ' "|"       i   .     ,, ^  A NEW bylaw , designed  to  bar  com-    operations, would  be allowed,, 'pvoYl<led    going a^vay .irllp the.hills.", A square lot,  morcljxl and llntensive residential de-    thoy ;dld not'create a nulsahpo "by rett"    ls tho most, practical,, ho said.  yolopmontalon^ tho south-east1 shore of ��� son of, sound; sight or smell". ,*-..���..,  Gurdeiv Bay Lako received unanimous' ��� <'Wb can't' fprqe'pebpiq oui'bf"busi-  nupport at a public hearing hold in Mud- , vnesfi' because- they can't carry it1 ,'on at  cira Purk Saturday. i homo," said tho plunnlng director.  Tlio   bylaw   was. proposed   following   .    The main section of tho  bylaw,' he  water board J'oars thut cjctonHlve dovolopi,    - ������  .-.��...  mont In lho  to,tho lake,  ply.   '  PveKonl,  o(��the>ai'OQ����]nto*amaH">-pnroolH��andwln|��  tonHlvo residential'and assorted commercial uses,- said H,' R, Cuyllls,. .planning  director for tho Sunshine Coast Regional  "District, ',  '' ' '!Tho nrou nbovo rIoi-qh -sharply nnd,  steeply into Giu'dop Buy Lake," ho told  IliOimooting, MWo run lho r|Hk of pollution' running liito tho luko," <  r.... -)|>ropoped ���' AR-2 ��� -eonlng ������ would -*- 'limit  housing density .to oho unit pur twoJi  aoro Iol, fiftlcl Cuyllln,  ' Mobilo liomofi would ho permitted, under lho bylaw, provided thoy are' CSA  npprbvoll and conform to tho minimum  area' requirements laid down for. conventional homos.1, ;������      .'. ���  ' AJ11ioujj(h tho iww ^[OiilnK wpuld prohibit, lni'i{i)*Mi.ulo commercial . aotlvltloi.,  Cilylltf.*tf.trcfifiacl*tlint"Ton<i'mrinwliom0cmrt'  (je; taken   within "_ilx  mOothi.,'".jiufi,  necessarily' during ,the' municipal 'J elections- in December,  issue, and  jtho.. ,bo����rd , looks ['forward  tp  receiving as, rpahy opinions as possible oh  the subject before''it debates the 'Issue'of  lot sizes in Its planning, commlt-tcos,  Please fol-ward comments to, tho Sunshine Regional District, Box 800, Sechelt,  B.C, , " '   .  a small dinghy owner can build' closer ,, 200^oot .minimum.'frontage sllpUlnlflpn  than, (1(1'fect^o the lake," ho oxpl^lncd,- "Would bo' prof arable ,1.6 the \Q pqr, cent  In answer to a question'iromtho.au- f'iguro ln,', the,; bylaw, quylits ,.said ho,  dlencq regarding tho application of, this would try /to 'Inci'cnno lho,'requirement  section-of power boats,. Cuylits" ravonlcd to 200 fool' If .'ll proyq'd 7pn��oUcn), bul  that tho regional bourd had requested thoin.|nlmun.,,'iUndcr anyi clrcumHU��nacn,  Vlctorhl lo |��ikn power boats from Garden    wotildibo' J160:feo't. ���,   -  ' j '���; ,..��� ,���'.-' i; ������  pay l^oko, -    '-'���,''        ' vi"i ������, - , Undci-''thobylttW;'i^kduhd' absoH^'  ���""f 'dbpfovedr tho iiyli.wUlwllr lhiposo'" Hon- ^vaeo^sytilehl 'WQum^bo'-aMowedi'  a ).r> ^oot height restriction on ��U byilld-.   .witliih lf)0|foot,of ,tho.'kko,',Wlc)[ Cuylltti,  As  was  stated,  lot, sizes  wlll  affect  lho,1 cost'of servicing, the typo> of living  ,,    i      ������ j. ehvlrbnmonf and'the lovol of-economic  ' 'Watson, the most outspoken opponent    activity-on tho Sunshine Coast,  of,tho referendum  Wednesday; said,that An n     at     t,d|KCUf.Hed 'w'as the ln-  , he .wnn,concerned that.tho .proposed,BOW'-v^rowHlrig-ldncl.'Bhorluao in North.AmoVica  ors for tho village may, be costly and    f6r residential   and   recreational    vises;  that'he would like to see t^ fcaslbH y ; hlxV(iw  lot  h|s!OH  whlch woUld  m^{0  study boDro commlttlnR the''community,, mnln(Hln l0 flome degree the rural-urban  to.J.iOOTRHOl��^ character of this area will, rapidly In-  may bo about !j.1tl7,0t)0.       ; ,' . , .   ,,croaso ,tho aroa required to houso our  ,, "As noon as wo can consider .Iho'Xea- , growing population. Thus  tho spread of  ifllblliiy Htudy,, (on. tho .Howors),.,then7wc, lbw-donslty Musing will .rapidly consume  , can ,'seriously   consider'c^lln��Wi'|;rofo-,' existing   wilderness   lands.   Somo   plun- ,";  rondum. on 'the  rccreatlo^l  conHplox^'i ners argua this Is not tlio route,tb tako." ��� /^> Today's  Classified:��� '  '   Lang 'replied that, it would .p^Wy.* high donsltloS'(eg. muUlplo housing, con- ' MW*~^~��~--��--~��-��-*��-^^  bo-'four years before ���tho'ilt|i-wm'!j.y_|t6 ^n^-l d0mlniumtt,-and the like) in specific loca- ���'������ FORCED srtlo, trailer, 30 foot by lOfcot, ���  bo '.put to tho public,,    ��� /  I, iv! vJl|i."    tlqns, thus permitting lho'preservation of now   al.   Big, Maples  Trailer  Court,  Aid, Osborne added that two persons, ��� Jr^'ul jflu��� lnnU'.and'Wlldornofifl areas,for : trailer  number   07 Covered  porch,'and  )iad'7bhoned-him to ,say ,that thoy 'uro 7agricultural nnd ;rocreatlonnl purpqsosi'Jn    workshop,��� new Ras ��� range, new" fridge,'  ngillHfit i(��referendum. Lung said that l)'o , qMoet, urban "nodes" would-.bo eroutod^ olootrlo luiating, Full,priuo* $4,000 cash,'  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  mwwn��ww��>w��wy*,iWi  Ingn ln tho lU-oa,  Ono.quontjpnor foil tho bylaw ";nlflscd'  tho , whole point of tho pxcorclso,1 ,11  (lo.ihn't, stop' j-eoplo building on - long,  ,slender 'lhts,'" ho;said, , ' ,; ��� ;, ���'  i rCuyll1s 'oxplalnod tliol iindor tho'bx-  lrt'llh(i. (fulKllvlslon bylaws/10, por cont of  any 'lot must, bu pei'lmolo.., .no ,lt would  *teirtpomJblo,,'io-havrtriat"^  and tho health unit would have tho powpr  to order landowners to,Join n community  forcQ-fcd Hystom 1( Ihoyconiilderod pare-"  olution oil tholr proporty, to,,bo..Jpado-a,  quale,    fi       .   .    ' ���, i .   ' ' '���     J,    |.,y    ..,;  Cuylltfi  told  Tho  TlmcR, Mho 'bylaw;  )robably would -go/ before -tho'1 regional"  mul  for   fljial 'Approval    lomoirow  had hoard.comments for ijw( against th��' ��� l\\ Hw tpw density rural lunflscapo pro  ispiio,-���   j- ���" �����      ,'.,....        ..    ', ... 'inqntly,.c^l��llng which could, bo avullablo  w./rpaetk��u-shid--1hdiVlw,'hrfd*"lwen--^o-^��'"lf'*ho^  '.ilogecl .with phono culls from pornons inns- ., A couuloi' argument ,to, tlilu goncopt  inn- U volo on tho pinttor ancl )n. brought Is that, It will ha discriminatory to ox-  Wlth.hlm a^pnlltlon \vith 117 slgmdurai ' IhUu/j,- lamlowneiu', Some" vyill, bo \ib\o  oir it, Tho, counoll'could'not lako any" lo ..roup, lho- profits of IjoIuh', ��bki lo'clo-  ihi)(l(.n.on,thu petition until all,names, had    vok.pJijH .land, while .others.,cluinot, In  ��� pro  bo  I lnmnTtnhm��HW^*w.  'P'tiiM'ttt'W'MWMai'.- it .��������*M*v# i��i��i|.^fcW*.  been" verified hs taxpayers,  ,Iro|ir loltoi'ii woro roiul In council \\r{{  init'thnt ti-rnforenduii) ho allowed,'   '���;  M.ayor Lang Would nol allow, dliu^is  fllun..ln-'D��nin()ll-uii~llio-ii>ijrlli4��.(.f,Jl.ho4.ruo  offoct some IndlvfEhMls could gohv. largo ���  piinrit-n. undol*  ousting  land-tonuro  systems.   ��� ;���'       ���   '       /,���...���,.. .',  . .MvPI'I'iilly. Humio lirlof.and liufoinplolc.  ,.��,^Qbi)iinui)i.uwllUfui',thur��tholalul>alQ.ou.ai)u7_.  did cost $0,000,  l*"v***��WOTnnnnmyvwww��<wi|Mi��inna.^^ ,  * "T'^M-C^wlflccfr raoch'^ovar "2,500 'him^r.T  (10,000^oodors).-.,,,.,,., ..,,...,',, ,.,, 4    .,  ��� Tlmoa Classlfloda, 0q, INTO'tho; homw , .  ��� ��� not on'lqwns, stroota or In culvorts,  ��� Tlmos Classlllods oro low-cost, hloh-pbtoncy  sales tonics,   ,  , ,  1 ��� a .','>,���;  * Phono linos opon Sunday; classified  885-9634 Secholt, 886-2121 Gibson.,  ��*���** ..* t**4 ���!��&.  VOTE  ^^*Wlt^*��*:i(*B^Wif*,  itfamt&IHMlnHir H 4p#Wt��r  Authorised by Paul St, Plorrb Liberal Campaign Commlttoo  *MJa(<M(*<tt-5tiM#l9*n(l'r4  ���W>lt��r'��ai^i��iiWi-twaWhWWa<*'��  MMM4i��itt^M|ifilm^*>��ltiMnr_# ^  w  \\  r  \7  yaim._i___-_ixarsrs_____.j_a_.__-:  J   T^EP^mNSlJLA^^few^  V  ___ms^w��jmMFU^j_ixt_tuv.vKu_-ii-_}  ���x  \  . may be wrong, but 1 .hall not be so wrong as to jail to say what I believe to be right."  ......        .. ... __.:..���Johh Atkins.  x        Richard  T.   Proctor,  Managing  Editor.  ^��W_',J|IWJ,lAtl|ii��.'^JUW.|W^a!)W,|;x^  READERS' RIGHT  \                       I''/.  ���                                                    \  -V  Letters to the Editor are the opinions <)} readersy and  hot hecessarily_jliS.s__:.f The Tirhds.  A  _namrderfilume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the -writer.  ���_��t'X-LJ.X'Jtm-)-.��-J-.-l-J--AU_^__Mt-.-.-��IU--MU-.?.  \  A strange deeismn  A  WE DON'T like to belabor an issue  but wc still can't understand Sechelt  village council's reluctance to plkcc before die public a "vote on the recreational complex.  Ratepayers in Sechelt" voted 61   per  cent in favor of the complex last Feb-^  ruary  which  is  a  majority.  Letters  received  by,this  newspaper  and  by  the  village indicate that the public wants to  December on the recreation complex.  Mayor Lang' did not allow discussion  of the pros and cons of the recreation  complex at last week's village; council  meeting. All be asked for, and all Dr.  Eric Paetkau, a-member of lhe*rccrea-  tion committee at the meeting, was allowed to discuss, was whether a vote  would be allowed in December.  A  referendum  in  December^ Would  vote again. The Times has received no    have cost the-viUage^nddistfkt.noth-  . ������. '. ���  .- ,' ._...���     _.__  _..���_/���   -_       incr    __.   ciWMal  vrttf  u>_rhifi  trie* oiv-ti.rt*itl.  tetters'opposing such a vote.,,Not tb.be  overlooked vvas a petition with iW signal  tores urging council allow a refetenduit.  at the municipal election in December.  It's an impressive figure ��� When you  realize that there are only 320 taxpayers  in the village proper.  To be sure, council did agree to  hold the ' referendum "w i t h i n six  months". This is a nebulous time period which means absolutely nothing unless the rest of the district, including  Gibsons, wants to go along with it.  All the recreation committee members, taxpayers and Mayor Ben Lang  want  is  a chance  to allow a  vote   in  ing. A special vote withjh triet six-month  time period will cost ttie digtfici. approximately $1,200���^not a. la_r|e. figure fjut ohe that need not be fn aide if  council had allowed the vote ih December.  It's not too lafte geritflemen. You  can still change, your "minds and allow  the vote at the municipal elections. As  Senior-citizen pensions  Editor, The Times  Sir: Ah oJJer^ letter to all candidates  seelrihg the support and votes of senior  citizens, near senior citizens (those between 50 and 64) and families and friends  of pensioners.  We strongly Urge you, in the interests  of your candidature/ to state publicly,  your stand on the demand of the ri_Uion-  ally organized senior, citizens for a basic  pension of $150, plus supplement and  cost-of-living increases  annually.  Your leaders have committed themselves  as follows:  Real Caouette, Social..Credit, .$200 ba  sic;, David Leiw-is, New-, DeindcfStic, $150;    out 0 gMtiIh ca^acit^ ftp&bers despite  Robert .Stahfiekl, .K<S^6sa'#'���Cans^d-���-, the k ' '*   "   v"    -'���'���*--"���' ���  tivfe. $97.88; 7��rC.,wing of tfe Progressive  Conservative P^rty (over arid above their  leader) $1507 Prime Minister Trudeau,  Liberal, $82.88.  Soine candidates, as shown above,  have personally committed themselves  above and beyond their leaders' stand.  We suggest th_tt candidates of those parties  j..   ,..,_..    ,���_ .   , ��v c   ��ugKc_>i uia.1 uctiiuiuc.-t._> u_ iiiubc uui ilea  we indicated last we?k, taxpayers might    whfeK_-h.ive-ritfHorsed ~otir- $150--basic  surprise you, they might overwhelmingly  turn down the complex.  But at least give them the opportunity to have a say on how they want  their tax dollars spent. Give them credit.  They can think for themselves and they  will.  Credit due LocUsteudt  DON Lockstead, MLA, MacKenzie, de-  - serves a pat on the back for his  quick, action in getting funds returned  for Highway 101 work between West  Sechelt and Halfmoon  Bay.  Workers were laid off Friday and  following telephone calls to Mr. Lock-,  stead/and the. Department of Highways  the funds were  restored.   "  Mr. .Lockstead was pariticularly  busy wjth the opening of the leigslature  oh Tuesday, he was tied up in caucus  all day Monday and could not do very  much.   However,  lo his credit,   it  was  reported to-The times, he cornered  Robert, Strachan, highways minister,  early Tuesday morning and funds were  allocated almost immediately and workers returned to their jobs Wednesday.  Good work, Mr. Lockstead.  As long as we're on about the highway problem, warning signs should be  placed at either end telling through travellers about the hazardous driving con-r  ditions. When work crews leave for  the night or 'weekend', there is nOth-*'  ing to indicate that a rough road lies  ahead. This should be rectified.  pension, have.the courage and humanity  'to do the same.  /Organized senior citizens are acting  on Prime Minister Trudeau's "participatory democracy;" They are determined  to use their "ballot power". The 1.8 million seniors represent 13 per cent of the  eligible voters and with their near pensioners and families, could be a potential block of 20 to 25 per cent of the voters.  Pensioners for Action Now���  TOTV-   ALSBURY,   Chairman  Otto Nordling, vice chairman  Vote  Monday  for sure  "BAD governments arc elected by good  citizens who don't vote."  This anonymous truism puts its  finger on a pressing problem rampant  in many democracies today. Many persons claim there is no difference between the parties, so what difference  does it make who is elected; others  claim  there  arc  no issues.  How foolish  to think like that.  Regardless of how you vote it is  vitally important to cast an informed ballot antl if you are not a party member  lake a look at the man. In a small community an active member of Parliament  can mean a great deal of difference. It  helps if he happens to be a member of  government but a conscientious MP can  do a lot for his constituents, iC they  allow him to.  Monday is election day ahd a list  of the polling places is on the front  page of The Times. The issues arc there  all right.. They range -from unemployment, inflation, senior citizens pensions,  taxation and on ad infinitum.  Readers,have only.to scim the past  issues of the' Times. In our news columns we have tried to carry press releases from, the candidates nnd wc have  tried lo be fair about it without giving  any particular candidate more coverage  ondary School. This is an excellent opportunity and if you have any questions,  present them to the candidates. Maybe  you can stump them. Maybe you can  get a sensible answer to some of the  questions that have been plaguing you.  So, there can be no real reason for  being uninformed about the issues, candidates and campaign. The Times has  left national coverage up to the metropolitan dailies and television and radio.  We want only to tell the story as it pertains to the area from Port Mellon to  Egmont.  The promises are done. Now it's up  to John and Jane Public to have their  say.  Don't elect a bad government by  staying away from the polls.  Poet's CdntSf  'Mist Shrouded Memories'  by Cheryle-Ajnn E. Jay  Mist shrdudeiJ memories  JllSt  passing, thoughts   ::; :; "���;;'���{������" ���  Dreams of yesterdays hand  That ought not.  Lost loves in hell's hatcrod  Make today bjilter nh'd cold ,  You try to, become \viser and you think  you do  than  any other.  However, unless ,thcy  "lion  area,  we  had to rely  largely  on    ��,, .   .  ���  jjj'     ���_   .-  whnl   t\_y   cnn.1i_l.il....   nr   Ihnir   r.Tmn.iirm      Miat  ShrOlldfid  memories  ���' m , Jilt __",_ -,   C"  Campa^n Ancient, .relics, .of��� the past   managers gave us. _ All of all our yesterdays  C undulates   stated   their    personal    SeQm lo R0 R0 ,faRt,  opinions  and those of their party  In  the advertising columns of The Times.    The warm hoot of a new lo.  There is one more chance I'or reslcl-    5��inBiJ"-f��lhofft   J __ �� <i  And laughter and happiness aren't, .there  Everyone, everyone' con toll.  Tho warm hoot of a new love, a new life  cnts to prepare themselves antl that is  the ..ll-ciintlidntCR 'meeting to bo held  Friday at  8 p.m. at  Elphinstohc Scc-  Mlst shrouded memories  Aro today's,,today,, tomorrow's,tomorrow  Mist tthroudbcl rnopioi'loi.       7.7,  And all, all my sorrow.  But today, Qnd tomorrow  Can bo better than I '.now  tSo, mist R|.vouded momorloa  Aro n't everywhere X go,  Concurtacts  arise  Editor,   The  Times,  Sir: Pensioners in the Coast Chilcotin  riding who will be voting in the forthcoming elections might well bear in mind  the following instances of "sympathetic  consideration" which- the outgoing Liberals (?) have shown to old age pensioners' right" across "Canada';""" --"-~'-';---~  1. After awarding themselves a $6,000  salary increase these same Liberals doled  out to the pensioners .the magnificent  sum of two dollars and eighty-eight  cents!!  2. To assist married pensioners to  make,an extra buck, one of the Liberal  cabinet ministers (from Quebec) dreamed up the crazy stunt of dumping an  exconvict into the homes of "participating" pensioners as an Ottawa financed  paying guest. But, he didn't offer to  be the first to take one in!! ���  3. In their "Opportunities for Seniors"  program the Liberals offered to finance  senior citizens' projects providing that  they did not profit from any of these  projects.  Yet, in their New Horizons program  ancl in an effort to buy the youth vote,  the Liberals squandered thousands of  our tax dollars on many stupidly conceived schemes. And, according to'several  press reports, this was eagerly seized on  by young Americans entering Canada lo  escape the draft. You can assume that  bur tax dollars supported them during  their settljng-in period.  4. Bear in mind also that the present  Liberal incumbent; Paul. St. Pierre is in  complete, agreement with all the above  Tirudeau inspired moves. Remember too,  that Trudeau and St. Pierre are In full  .agreement that, the maximum pension  increase that Canadian pensioners can  expect  to  receive   with   which   to  cope  ( with rising priccst-is t a;' whopping7 twrt"  per cent per annum!  Two per cent on  $82,8(1   amounts   to   a   big   hll.e   up   to  ������������������ $B4.G3.-,.--n   total'-iincreose  of -.fl.flB!   DIG'-<  DEAL!!  . Compare that with the $200 a month  pension tho new B.C. goyernmont has  awarded  lis. qualify!hp;..'.pensioners,'  *���*,.*��.When'*�����you"M���ma���rk*''your'��-ballol'���,*nexl''*���  week, remember these tlilnga, ,   ...,.,.,. ,E,:lvBiItC?HENALL   (pensioner)  'Let's lower sights' <?-  Editor, Th'o Times  Sir: In order of precedence ill, seems  sowers cpn)o, beforp, half million dollar-  ico arenas, Is this the' only .dialed... wo!  have thought?  "   '" '  I hnvo much admiralion for the tenacity J\ nd ,,d rlvo, of .the,, recreation. comml.s-. u  ni()nmembei',s��nd grritltude for wl.nl thov '  hnvo qecoinplfflhcd, however, I do think ,  thoy are hithg up pn Ice,  Whf\t wo need lfi(n recreational .facility  for all age; groups and Ihiorbsta apcl I sug-"  gos,t thlB pnn. .bcflt.bqTicrvcd nt this tlmo,  and most economically, with a hall about  ��� one hyhdred by tw;o huttdxed feet,    .  For about a third of the cost of'" an jie  rink we could have a facility large eh.  ough and versatile enough to riieet the  needs of many groups. Many indoor  sports, dances, conventions, public meetings, bingo, all could be accommodated.  As for^skating, we have h_id ^ skating  program bursting aft the seems for four  years and though roller skating may bo  a compromise for some, if it can be had  for the kind of money that may.be considered feasible. Let's settle for roller  skating and get the bonus of the floor for  most other occasions.  The young people have p. en turning  }d Skate ih. capacity npihbers despite  ..._ fact, that w�� ,c_$'i have end.ugh tiThe  on the'^yrri floor fpf ahythihg, but sttaight  skating. Wtih a ��� bigger floor and more  time we could have" hockey, dancing, figure skating all on low overhead compared to ice. '���     ���  - Let's lower our sights and enjoy now!  A good hall will not become obsolete  when we can afford ice.  - ----- jtiCKr-WARN  ThOrilcs for bursary-  Editor, The Times  Sir: I would like to say thank you  very much for the bursary that you presented to me on graduation night, Sept.  30 (Pender Harobur Secondary). I will be  using it to help pay for my second* tern,  at  Vancouver  City. College.  I hope to attend the college for two  years and then transfer to University of  British Columbia to study law. It takes a  long time to become a lawyer, but I intend to make it.  Thanks again for the money.  RANDOLPH M. TAIT  Council disappoints  Editor, -Thi? Times  Sir: I am writing to express my disappointment on learning from your issue  of Oct. 11 that the village council of Sechelt would not- place' a' referendumin  regard to the proposed recreation complex at Roberts Creek.  One of my reasons, for deciding to  make my home on the Sunshine Coast,  besides your ' incomparable climate, was  the very good prospect that a recreational  complex would be erected in the ara.  Having come here from th city of Nelson, the first city in B.C. to construct a  Civic Centre, at a time when the population of the, area was less than the population of the Peninsula , is at the present lime, and having been a member of  the Civic Centre Commission for two  terms I believe I can speak with some  degree of authority as to the value of such  a recreation complex to the community.  Now that it is proposed to add an Olympic sized indoor swimming pool to the  facilities the value will be further enhanced. All sectors of the community benefit from the variety of entertainment  and enterprises that can be staged.  I do not propose, at the moment, to  tal5e up too much of your valuable, space  ��� but I do hope that the council will give  further consideration to the matter and  allow, the many new taxpayers in the area an. opportunity to express their opinions on the matter,  I would be prepared..tP: go; further into  '      ���    .'"   7,      xx  \  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday^ October  25,   1972  the matter of values at another time, and  would  be  prepared  to pass  on  any  ex^  perience I have had. My phone- is not in:,  the directory* but the nuMber is 88*5-2650  and  should  not   be   coiifused- with  thatN  of our son. _    .'..������  ....     ......     ,4 KOBfefer -?OXA__-L  li!d-itor's note: This lefte?^ was jtecgivjecjl  too late to be included i_i the,Oct. 18 'U.  sue of The Time:..' Since tfcat ti&ej .tke  , council has agreed4Vto hold a referendum  withih> six^months.    *     . ^  This  is an  *__  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Artfit  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN MkM LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  _. �����..  .00 SPOT!  (Less If on cSntrdct)  Your advertising in this  tpdee till reach  4,700 homes (we  PROVE it!) and will wait  patiently and quietly for  the convenience of your  customers. Newspaper ad-  can  Vertising   is   polite,   per-  severiing, easily referred to  : at VOUR' eonYenieace.'  For  Quick Results  Use  Times Adbriefs  OURT OF REVISION  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of Revision will be held  REGIONAL BOARD CHAMBERS, DAVIS BAY  Wednesday, November t, 19727at 10:00 a.m.  tb hear complaints, correct and revise the Preliminary List of Electors  for:  Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E, and F  of the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  The Court of Revision may:  a. Correct the names of electors in any way wrongly stated  therein or;  b. Add.the names of electors.omitted from the list; or  c. Strike out the names of persons from the list who are not  entitled to vote or who are disqualified from voting; or  d. Correct any manifest error therein.  A copy of the above cited Preliminary Lists are posted, for public  inspection purposes, upon the notice board as follows:  *  ELECTORAL AREA  COVERED  A  A  A  B  C  D  E  F  POSTED LOCATION  Garden Bay Post Office  Egmont Post Office  Madeira Park Post Office  Halfmoon 6ay Store  Regional  District Office  Roberts Creek Post Office  _���! ���  r.  mston Secondary School  Hopkins Landing Post Office  ete preliminary lists of all Electoral Areas are also open for  Hon by the public at the Regional District Office, Davis Bay.  inspecti  Dated October 12, 1  G.  E.   GIRARD  7iVisis_aiNi^Secr  I   r  I  i  t  3 <  I }.'���>   Ill tait  -t(*��a~.  LIBERAL CANDIDATE  a , ,, ;,,     ( a^ ,      ,1      ,,   ,   , ^    , .      ,   , ,1    ,  Authorized by Paul Si: Pierre Campaign Committee  1-  .-'  r '.  *t  i.  -J  K  i* ft4**W1����W��*��i? !�����  By^ Education,  Expeirl^  ' enco, and Training, tho  man   who   can   truly  REPRESENT this riding  JOHN  AL  ("ii"  *       j a  .'   l"    _ a  t't    4   ,^    it^-4   .    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Wilson Creek Boy Scouts
to hold bottle drive £fef>
xFIRSf Wilson Cre«.k Scouts will hold a
bottle  dr4ve7 Saturday,  Oct.  28  starting at 10 a.m. \
SGoxita  in- uniform  will mefet In  the.
scout   hall   in . Wilson  t.rel.k   and   will"'
canvass the arsa. Residents Sre i-eauegteid
io-have-their bettlis ready.
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Wednesday) October $£,   1972     The Peninsula Times
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Layawliy for C/ir/stmas
an^ SAVf Vofrrfeif M&NEY
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'■'.* ALL LAYAWAYS fe£QU/k  10%
^r Pick up Ldyciwc.y before Decethbe} 5
and we wj/7 D£tiUCT an additional  10%
on all orders over $207 A
_ $ 5.00
fun time for trick and treaters
IT'S   Hallowe'en-' . hazard   -time- agaii-7
. 7 warns   the B.C.   Safety  Council,   but
with  proper  precautions, .ghost-artd-gob-
Sports council  named
Elphinstone.Sports Council- was selected last week. Captains for each
of Elphinstone's were elected and
from.these executives for the fcotirfcitv
were chosen. Pictured frorti left, rear
are: • Susanne Jorgenson, Bill Sneddon; Brad Norris, Jo&ii Bltittigreri.
FroM, row from left: Betty"TopTiam,"
Eiteeii Sallis,' Debbie Willis.     .7  :
# Recreation Centre Vote   lin ™?ht can »™ * *un & i?^.^[d:
w     .',-. Al council   offers, eight   safety   tips
from page a-i     t]_at w-jj aRsure an exiting, accident-free
payers said yes  to  the project \>y  a 61     Hallowe'en  for  even  the  youngest   trick
per cent  majority vote. and  treater.
He said that the council was  behind"       -They  stress  the  importance  of  light-
the project then and the recreation com-     colored  costumes   highlighted   by  reflec-
« mittee-felt-that-it-would-be- less --. costly-   tive-tape-to-alert- passing.-motorists.^4^--  .
if a vote could be held during the annual Those   ghoulish  masks  are  out,   they
municipal   elections. '   advise.  For  easier  breathing  and  better
vision, make-up is the 'in look' this year.
A thin layer of cold cream applied beneath make-up makes it easier to remove.
Even witches and ghosts should be in
step with fashion, says the council. Shorter skirts eliminate tripp'ing over the
hem,   particularly   when   climbing   steps.
Use 'times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy. Swap, etc.
-Visit the houses on one side of • the- .
street first, then ..cross, at-the intersection to .do the other side. This way7 trick
or treaters. can-save. a.lot of time and
avoid the hazards of criss-crossing streets.'
A flashlight is a must, the council
suggests, particularly in areas without
adequate street lighting. And children
should be encouraged to 'haunt' -their
own   neighborhood.
-If possible, a - parent or-older ..-brother...
or   sister   should   accompany   the   kids.
Even  if they feel they  have passed the
dressing-up stage, most people enjoy all
the Hallowe'en fun.
The council advises that all treats
should be brought home and inspected
before  the  kids  dig  into  them. ■■,- --■■.».--■
After tricking and treating, RCMP
advise youngsters to go home immediately and not to do the rounds again.
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" Mayor Lahg said, referring to letters
and comments about the isssue, "the public-merely wants a chance to say yes or
no about the project."
Paetkau, in referring to the petition
with 87 signatures seeking a referendum,
said it is impressive "when you consider
there are only 320 persons on the tatf
roll in Sechelt."
Gordon said, "petitions are not worth
a. hoot."
Lang again stated: "People just want
a chance to say yes or no, that's all. We
are not going to jeopardize sewers. Both
are costly.   INTER-school   sports:   The   boys'   soccer    team were very nice and served cookies
■ "Have you (council) taken your bless- team had a bye this week but the girls    and juice after the game.
,'Np,   no  onei  is   against   the   recrea- slrong Gibsons' team 2 to 0. The Gibsons'
tion complex," Lang assured, him. ■  : •     	
Jn ...reply, to   questions,   Paetkau   said __....,..,..,„....-,, .,.  7
that the recreational centre would have HallihOOh   Bay   auxiliary
a three-piiil limit.  "And that  would be «,^,„j^^w.^,M   '/_.•_   *-i*+U*'
generous," PQ&pones tun night
Madeira Park Happenings
—by Ernie Kingston
needs MORE
New Democrats!
at Madeira Park Wednesday last .period.
New names were chosen for Rouses and
these will be printed in the next column,
Th scores in house stahdings are: House
1, 24 points; House 11, 15 point; House
III, 7 points; House IV, 9 points. Let's
have a good turnout for all games!
Litter-check: We are going to have a
clean-school campaign at Madeira,"Signs'
It was about this time that Osborne HALFMOON Bay Hospital Auxiliary held
,moVed that the plebiscite be held with-      ...its monthly .meeting at the home of
in   pjx; mqnths,   "after   we   get   all   the Mirs. Richard Laird on October 16, In the
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.parent, volunteer,
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
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.
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|a   <    (   .   a .  ,. \  ' *��\  \    7  -A  \  ^  \  \  \.  Page A-4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Of tober^S, 1972   ^EAL ESTATE (Cont.)        "v REXLtKTATE (Cont.) HELP WANTED (Continued)    BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)  ^iUMinnwuuwifwi_.wi-.HiMA_.ut-n^^  i  _,    ^ r-r Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  IHE PENINSULA jAUMb    Gibsons - frhpne 886*121  7  Classified  AD-BRIEFS  fq&*&*U**m9W*9MUW*9r**WwmV9n0VW*94V9ntUWmin9m99IW19494949WI9*494l9n9**49*9N9*W*4l94tvB  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River. News Town Crier  Seehelt Times Ud.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  ENGAGEMENTS  Member, Audit Bureaa \  of Circulations  March 31, 1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion _ _��� ��� $1.10  three ' Insertions   $2.20  Extra lines (4 words)  30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers  ���  50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of.Thanks, ln Mem-*  oriam,  Marriage  and   Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  and   30c   per   line   after   that.   4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.    $9.00  yr.  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   __  Canada      Single Copies ���_���  $10.00   yr.  _$3.50  $4.00   15c  MR. and Mrs. Raymond Andrew Whitelaw of Vancouver wish to announce the  forthcoming marriage on November 3, 1972 of their daughter Louis Rae tb Marvin Kennedy Warnock, son of Mr. and  Mrs. Bill Warnack of Pender  Harbour, B.C. 728-48  ANNOUNCEMENTS  MR. and Mrs. Archie West -of  Sechelt are pleased to announce the engagement of  their daughter, Marilyn Carol  to James Powers. Wedding to  take place December 1 at Sunshine Coast Gospel  Church.  v     724-48  MR. and Mrs. Marc Ward are  proud to announce the engagement of her daughter Evelyn Louise (Lyn) to Terry Ear-  nerd Durrant, oldest son of  Mr. and Mrs. B. Durrant Of  Vancouver. Wedding to be held  in Vancouver. 710-48  OBITUARY  VALLEE passed away October  17, 1972. Rheta Vallee of  Earls Cove. Survived by three  sons, Bernie, Nprth Delta;  Wayne and Rudy of Prince  George and two grandchildren. Also Leslie, Earl of Earls  Cove and daughter, in-law  Judy. Rev. Dennis Popple conducted the service in the Harvey Funeral Home on Sat.,  Oct.  21st.   Cremation.      729-48  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part dnd in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, mUst be obtained Olive Porte  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  CARDS OF THANKS  MANY thanks to the Doctors  and nurses of the St. Mary's  Hospital for looking after me  and also to the visitors for  tihetir    gifts    and    flowers..  ���  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some viewy trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $7Q,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The "Times, Sechelt, B.C.  N .   . . 332-tfn  Retiring in a year but want  to buy now? Buy this charming cottage consisting of 2  bdrms., nice living room, compact kitchen and eating area.  A-oil -heat'. Attached carport.  Lot is simply landscaped for  "easy maintainence. Leased 4q  present tenants" til spring.  Terms  on $17,750.  Three lovely lots'with a fan-  - tastic view. Only $6,000 for  the 3, on easy terms.  New,, full basement home on  level lot, conveniently located near schools, shops, churches and transportation. 2 nice  bdrms., comb. L.R. - D.R. with  W-W carpet. Cab. kitchen and  breakfast area. Vanity bath.  Full bsmt. has _^_-oil furnace  and roughed in plumbing for  second bath etc. A must to see  at   only   $24,750.  Only one like it! Beautiful lot  with view up Howe Sound.  Only $6,600.  Truly a family home with 3  bdrms., spacious living room  with fireplace,, dining i.oom  and large kitchen with counter-top range and wall oven,  vanity bath, all on one floor.  Full basement features 2 large  completed rooms, storage  room, furnace room, small office and utility. Situated on  centrally located 907 x 210'  level lot, nicely landscaped.  Try your offer on $32;000.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K.'BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  - ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8226-48  "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 aiso chargeable at an  hourly rate for the. additional  work.  COMING EVENTS  ATTENTION Senior Citizens  Free old time dunce lessons  will commence October 25 at  tho Soehc'tt Legionr Ha 1172 p,m.  - 4 p.m. each Tuesday ill' ut-  loiidunco wsu-rants, , u, (HWrf.)  ANNUAL    Carnival,     Pender  Harbour   Auxiliary    lo    St.  ��� Mary's  Hospital.������-������1  p.m.;  Oct;  21kI  al  the  Community  Hall,  Ponclor J-Iarbour. 688-48  OCTOBER JJ7. Ski Swap Sale,  I WISH to express my sincere  thanks to Drs. Paetkau and  Burtnick, and hospital staff  while my stay in hospital. Also to my friends who kindly  gave my wife rides to the  hospital.���Carey   McKay.   ���  720-48  EDNA, Gregg and Bob and  May Howitt wish to give  thanks to the people involved  in the greatest loss, of John  Howitt, husband and fathej\  It is hard to say how special  as they are, all special in their  own role, the nurSes at St.  Mary's Hospital made his days  in what comfort possible, the  doctor our local Credit Union  at Pender. Harbour and also  the Canadian Legion, friends,  neighbours anid family and  especially thanks to Brian Jeffries lhat helped us in our  last need of help in John's life.  Thank you kindly. Edna  Howitt, Egmont, B.C.     275-48  PERSONAL  Finish High School at Home  Canada's Leading School  FREE BROCHURE   National College  444 Robson. Vancouver  ' :.   688-4913  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  RELIABLE private party, RC-  718-48 --��� : AF vet, seeking to purchase   a building lot, \_ 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 proper-:  ty 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.  GIBSON'S: First time offered.  Very nice family home in  excellent condition. A-O heat,  new 70 Amp. elec. service,  half basement, view lot on  Sargent Road and room for  small kit. garden. Priced for  quick sale at $14,000.  GIBSON'S: Brand new."Beav,  er" home in a very nice  quiet area. 2 bed. plus utility,'  kit,, din. living room in front  facing the water. Semi-view  lot on the flat and close to  school, shopping and on all  utilities. This home must be  sold so please make us an  . offer.  GIBSON'S'     WATERFRONT:  PRIVATE sale - save commission. Buy or rent to purchase Split level in Langdale..  Good view, 4 bedrooms and  fireplace.. Phdke 886-7B96 6r .  886-7770. "'   \    698-49  u. . ���V-���   SELMA Park - 2 or 3 bedroom  home    with    view.    Utility  room  and  work  shed,  $16,000  cash. Phone 885-9571.      697-4^  HOUSE for sale���2. years old,  3 bedrooms, big utility-room  and kitchen and living room,  1300 sq. ft. Lot is 50 by 268  centrally located at Hillcrest  Ave., Gibsons B.C. Full price,  $26,000, $5,000 to $6,000 down,  with easy terms. Write Box  717, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C,       717-tfn  SEMI-furnished  2   room  suite  on secluded" waterfront. Rent  $55 month. Phone 885-2860.  '727-48  FIVE acres of land���Almost  fully cleared, with lots of  evergreens remaining. Small,  400 sq. ft. cabin, with big  year-round. well. Located at  King Road, Gibsons. Full price  $11,000, $1500 down,- balance  at bank interest. Write Box  716, c/o Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt, B.C. 716-tfn      S    '  MORTGAGES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  Recreational  All types of real e^tarte financing  including  builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP.  LTD.  2438   Marine   Drive,  West   Vancouver,   B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FOR RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WINTER    accommodatipn available,   Oct.   1st   thru  May  1st.     Lowe's     Madeira     Park  Motel.  Ph.  883-2456.      529-tfn  SPECIAL monthly rates until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby     Lake     Motel,    R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269.  566-tfn  MODERN 2 bedroom, Redroofs. W-W carpet, fireplace,  fridge, range, washer. Immediate possession to June 30. References. Ph. 885-2881.    644-48  SELMA Park Commlunity Hall  meetings,    social    activities.  Ph.   885-9437. 702-48  1    BEDROOM    duplex    w-w,  stove,  fridge,   drapes.   Rosamond Road, $120. Ph. 531-0998.  468-48  SOMEONE with book-keeping  experience   to   set, up   and  keep company books and look  after store partvt,ime>  Ph. 885-  .90.~1.     7    : \    715-48-  SOMEONE to clean-house one  or ~ two days'week, vicinity  Wilson Creek. Should be able  to drive, call 885-2686 after 6.  _p.m.  Wed. and Thurs.    714-48  BABY sitter wanted���mature  women wanted for occasional babysitting in our home in  ��� Madeira Park; two children,  'ages IV2 years, 8 years, also  baby expected in \ 6 weeks.  Own transportation helpful,  but not necessary. Ph. Maureen  Lee  at 883-2563. 705-50  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. Ay^rs Mobile Home  Park,  West Sechelt,  Ph.   885-  2375. 665-51  WANTED TO BUY  ENGINE for  886-7219.  ,  1962 Falcon. Ph.  734-48  BOATS & ENGINES  BOAT for sale, 14 ft. plywood fibreglass over, 40 HP  Johnson, running lights, and  steering controls. $500 or nearest offer. Ph. 885-2180.     712-48  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good  Listings  Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  17 FOOT plywood' boat with  no motor, can be rigged for  inboard or outboard. B license ahd Lt)0-; fathom of 4W  creek sockeye net. $550' cash.'  Phono '883-2673; 668-49  CARS & TRUCKS  1957    INTERNATIONAL    flat  deck  3 ton.  Running order.  Phone  883-2417. 683-48  '-1969 CHEV V_ ton 350-4 speed  excellent   shape,   many   extras.' $2500.   Apply   P.O.   Box  727, Sechelt. 679-49  1966 PONTAIC Parisienne P.S.  P.B. 327 V-8 auto conso. Ph,  885-9985. 723-50  1967 MALIBU convert. $850 or  offers. Contact Bill 886-9601.  709-48-  LIVESTOCK  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd���  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed- Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.    258-tfn  QUALITY FARM   SUPPLY  "   under New Management  Alfalfa _.���...: 7.  $3.50 bale  Straw   .:  $1.30 bale  Local Hay  Complete Line of Feeds  Pratt Road, West Gibsons  Phone   886-7527  9250-48  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SELL  NEWSLETTERS  Britains oldest established  newsletter requires agents.  Payment by good commission  on sales of newsletter subscriptions etc. Write Box 9229 c/o  Peninsula Times, P.O. 310,  Sechelt. B.C. 9229-50  PETS  .  Capt.   M.  Box  374  Gibsons,   B.C.  886-7424  8173-tfn  GOOD   homes   wanted   for   6  male Spaniel type pups. Will  be ready to go near the end of  November. Phone 883-25.63.  704-48  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  4   ROOM   house,   Inlet   Road,  Sechelt. Phone 112-922-4038.  469-49  ROOM   and   board,   $131   per  month. Ph. 883-2512.   733-49  WANTED TO RENT  BANKER and family  require  2 to 3 bedroom home, Gibsons   area   L,   Gemmill,   88(i-  2216. 735-48  LOOKING   for   small   house  anywhere on Peninsula, CaU  Ron   922-9739. 707-48  WORK WANTED  E:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  BEACH AVENUE  Lot close to Government picnic site,  approx.  90'x600', wooded,  Regional Board Water. Excellent building lot or holding property.  Asking   $6,950.00.   CALL  PETER   SMITH   885-9463   eves,   or  office 885-2235.  GOWER AREA  Small holding  retreat with small cabin qnd ample water.  Short  run to public beach  and park.  Pasture for a   horse.  Terms on  $10,500.00. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681  _,   ,.        ��� ���_             m. This   is   one   ol   the   nicest       dn^ew^.f!SedfcoSn: f��^eS we(havephodfto offer; TYPEWRITERS,'adding mrtc-  dnys, waibon creek oommun- f0l. sonvQ time. Plus furnished hin���R  rpnnirq *anri qniPq pi,  ily Hall;  Ph.  885-9327. guest  home,  large  workshop- ������ mi V P                       7 t n  8657-tfn garage,  privacy,  sandy  beach    au(MUL _  -���--:  ���-.,_..._..-,     .TTTrrTrTrT".���"""" 1   ,   , and all on a beautifully land- FURNACE   installations   and  or soil If irvtorcnlc.l call Mrs,  E. Hold, (180-2581. 0 p.m, - 9  p.m,, Fri, Support lho Telrahor  dron SU. Club. Gibsons Alhlotlo Hall. 087-47  BIRTHS  4*9 '���'-  -��� ii���.��� .a. I,,.I,. ���in.,������___���_���___���  GIBSONS AND SECHEIT  WESTERN7DIUJGS  . . . qro ploasod to sponsor this  Plrfh   Announcement  spaco,   and  885-95087800^0787" w168:tfn  COMMUNITY Care Centre.  Homo nursing' care and assistance for spniors, shut-ins,  convalescents, now mothers  mid. babies. Transportation  ��!ao provided for clinic, op-  polntmionts, or therapy treat-,  rncntfi; Phono .-MBfOBSfy 637-48  j:    ''.",'' 1      ' '  ��� ���"  REAL ESTATE  real  bargain    at  the    asking    mates. Pjh. 886-7111.       30-tfn  price,  WILSON' CREEK: Very nice  ono bed. retirement honrie or  a good cholco of largo building (.ties ln the Solma Park  area. This Is a cholco area of  now homes, For partlc. ask for  Wnlty.7 .77,'. :7    .'    7  HOPKINS LANDING: Exocu-  tlve homo - 7B ft, waterfront.  The best beach on tho coast,  YOUR Painter���'Is, now avallh  able. Ph. 885-9781,       035-48  COLLINS Handyman Servko.  Durold roofing and repairs,  digging,     hauling,     painting, "  light carpentry. Ph., 805-2391.  7 7V v.77..,\\ ./,...'���  7(MB-ira  DAVIS BAY  Large 2 bedroom houso with fireplace,, .gxcellent, view over to  troll islands |ust steps to fine beach and shopping'.' Sizeable crawl  space sun porch, car port and additional garage for work shop  etc,  CALL:  BOB  KENT 885-9461   for viewing.  Full  prlco  only  $25,900.00.  PENDER HARBOUR No. 2669  Choice of 18 lots on Narrows Road closo to good fishing arid  sholtcrcd.moorago, 1.Make, -your,early selection.for view or scmi-  walorfront, Full dotalls and prospectus in bur Office Pricos rango  from $4,950 to $6000 with 30% down ancl 9% Interest. CALL  .- ,,,,.!^IS;,bApDE"S.,885;?5044pr,PEXER.S^ITH, 885^4,63.  MISSION fOINT WATERFRONT  LOOK���$5,800,00 buys this furnished duplox on 60' flat wator-  Jront loaso lot. Easily converted to single, family occupancy, but Is  always  rented,   To  view  ��� CALL   PET.ER   SMITH   885-9463   -���������"������-- -^���**��---*Q"^-oS^o-;'--of f lc'6w 885-223 5^-''--*��-.'-,��*"*���������-  ���6^ v0ji.i--wiviiii/lntrf.iz>>i*.'  ���oKtondc;Post:W"p|i^ aurQ,.��oftlw;;^16v,vt^  MARSHALLS Bulldozing RR1  Secholt, Ph. 085-9007 oven-  paronti.  IN MEMORIAM  ON  loving  inoinory  ol' Lloyd  Tiu'iit)!',   who   punned   nwny  ,:ri(��vi)iii:li)or���,01,11Ji)?a ,   "On nuunpry'H gm-dun wu muol  ovory day/1  od  proporly 'within- village  ���������of Socholt, In popular fitthdlv-  iHlon aroa. Write Box 810, c-o  , Punlntnila, T}mcn, ScohoU. .���  PMNDlitft Harbour waloriront  Iol, "Shollcrad,   deep, .-very,,  i.ccuhsH.Ig to wator making It  ideal for a year round  -��ww)atoi,,��.filocU*lolty-mnntt,  wharf.  1 *^.A*VM.wl ���  lent���' condition; yard' nlcoly  . landscaped j largo asphalt covered ��� play aron, small pallo.  , Lovol ai'Q; from hoy-soto boach,  Unsurpassed v'iow1 d�� Howo  Sound. An excellent, huy at  ��j.fM P.P.  " ailtJSONS 'Tat-Ml. Vk t>Ho"largo" *"  lo'vol cornor    lot,   (03x204),,  Sadly   missed   by   his   wll'o,    1)517,500.    Phono   00(1-7374  L..la. Jils,children ,and, grand- wrllo box .700, Cllhfions,        ..:  ohllclYon, 7011-48 B202��Un7  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  ._ Road allowance on two Hldon,  ��� "   �� WMWf W��Wl��#plWa'9j| WJ*��� *3t  ������_. ,_.���������-.'���,   LTD.  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE,COAST"  'ExcluslYo.Aaont-.'  , pox 799, Gibsons, B.C,  .. ,    ,  , LOW DOWN PAYMENT  for as low as, $2,000 clown/plus Qov't mortQQQo,  Your monthly pa/ments wlll probqbly bo lower  than llfo ront you aro protiontly paying, This li_  a.brdnd new homo with wall to'vYallcprpci, } &  ���~H,�� baf lisp mHH ty-^  -VI��_W*lot-80t.K*l25VCall*ANY-TIMEi*for-an..op--  olnlmonl to vlovvl   \T  VQvWwlf1iiraTaiTov?wlI'fimir  ovorflrown. Tho only remaining lot    at lhls   prlco. _j\p,  ltpD"5)RTS7  CKl-EK,,, ACltE-  . )AC|iK!,M.rtp Huron   of rtllMk't.  woll.tveod and lavel aland, Tltin,-���,,  itofflurto��� 'tfontn on 000 ft, of 7  pijivod vdmd. Community wot-'  ��prrHydro.ond phono nro.oU.a-,���  vollohlo. Thin Ih polcnllal vlow  proporly a nhorl dlKluncp.from  tho hoaoh and oIohu Io nloro  and Pont. oiTloo, V,l\ $14,000.  Offoro.  COLLINS Handyman Sorvlco,  ��� Durold roofing and rppalrn,  dlKKlni.,     hauling,     panting,  clu-pontry etc, Ph. ����r>-,a.M)l,  '" " '"' ��� '"' ''"'' ' (i7(l"u'n  DHESSMAlCING and ;allonvl-   lon'H, Phono. a.|(i*7C.ao, 470-ifn  P������ *������������������ '   "������������   "���   ' ����������������� ���������������"'     '    N mm.  ,  PEERLESS TREE  Topping - falling danger trees  �� limbing foi; vlow.  Prompt,  experienced,  Inaurod,  work.  Phono 885-2109  ��� - '     ��0ft2-tfn  .SECHE!rT...INLET ....;...���.,,,. v���...,.,,,...,,.,...,,. ., ,,.,:..., .,.,,  32 acros with 900' w, f. on generally placid walor, five or six  acros cleared and In grass, Stream thru with eighty foot waterfall, Small dam and wararwheol gonorator for lights. Old house  and a few orchard trees, Asking $60,00.0,00 and loaso back of  two acros for g period of up to ton years. CALL: JACK WARN  .    886-2681,  SECHELT VILLAGE . K-  Boautlful colonial stylo homo bolng sacrificed al low prlco of  .,. $37. ? p 0,0 0r I:u 11.Bi;lcp,,,y I oyy.. 11 y! pa ���! oom,,..wa rm pa nq111 no. ���wa 11.ftlo r  1 ���.vVall.oxcoptikllchen.'andKbalhion main f|oor,��Full comor)l.base-'  mont, auto oil furnace and hoi walor for economy, fully Insulated,  'Appointment, coll  BOB, --"985-9461.  Terms will' bo considered,  -DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT . ',       ;- ��� , No, 2657  2 Mldp by sldo waterfront Iota, ].Q foot front ado, no buildings,  facing west to glorious SLinsqts, good building altos, water and  hydro, Lot ua d|.cua�� financing wl|h. yon ,on���|atal.,asking prM���  "of $20,000. CALL DON HADDEN 885.9504 or PETER SMITH  ,      ,    885-9/163 qyofl,  HELP WANTED  Fleetwood Logging Co, Llcl.  , LOGGERS S-SISKING ,   '  EMPLOYMENT  Stool (Spc.r Oporfltora  'FallGrs*^"^^���:���~������~:  Grapplo Oporalor  Vuiicduydr .Uoali ICttlat'o Coord   Part Tlmo A{isla't,ant'TlmQ  1    Pnom '^6-224fl Keej^r, 2-3 daysq\Vqok '  C.ll^ON'S. mi��ATr!. Fully  iinodcrn two hedroom homo  nn'an oxcoMlonally largo lovol  lot, Kkio jClroplacii and Hum-  put. room.Quiot rural iiurroun-  -dinf(rtrF;pr;.,ii2fl,Qoo.    M cipher  'Call Lorrie,.Girard,. 886-7244 or 8867760,  ,blotar/���pubJI��3  LISTINGS W^NTJGD  Vlnco Pirowpr,    '' 886-935?  Wally Peterson    886-2877  Ron MiSayaney   88'6-?656  "Box 230, Glbiionn, B.C.  7 ���:   ;.: _' ���:     0220-40  Trananovlatlon   daily   f r o m  "Porr MRU on**,to*cnmp*ra'Oor  turn, ,lntorofitod piu-tloR oull  Vancouvor, l.talln TohipliiTuVr  for MoNah Crook or \vrlhi to  J3ox 110, Port Mollon, H.CAIl  onqulvlow, nttonllon Tony I)ur��  alia or phoho 11111.-21:11., al'tor  �� prin. Attontloiv W, nrncl.  Bh��W   ' "    02W-.10  w*WltSQN"CRE;EI<"*WATI;RPROrqTM  Costly, boautlNI soaalcla homo, architect designed, ancl magazlno  ��'foQturodr'Richly' flnlshocl  natwral,!woods, 'much "doublo >ahod   ,  glqss,% Easy cqra accoss,, double, garpgo,. $20,000.00. will handle,;,   good 'orirm on balanca, Casli offers considered. CALL;  PI-TER  SMITH 885,.9<l63/avcs'; or'offlca BB5-2Z35,  ��� SCLMA PARK , No, 2656  ���. Ono,of iho.flnont vlow Iota high ,up In Solma Park has o.now 2   bcdrt-oin nmblla Jpmo a|l, readyJor^occupqncy,. W. has,b(,'cn���ap-._  , proyocl by CSA, tha nullding Inspoclor and tho Bonk, Lot r,|za  - 16,-150 B(|,if,li'Fu|l prlco $17,900, To ylow CALL DON HADDEN'  ",'������'      ���   ' -005.950-ii ' ��� -  ( 1  DAVlS'BAY '.���������'  1   ..       No,'JJ644  Flnonco your own roilromont wllh ihln duplex on o��co||on| ylow  lot |ii'il 0 block from lho bfinrl) n| Dnvln Bay, Fnch oullo hoi ?.'  ��� borlronmn nnd 910 r,q, ft, Full prlco $38,000���-for dotnlla nnd  .    ���      ,      op|)Olnlmont CALL DON MADDEN OflQ^M,'       ������ ������  _ '  ��ASK.F0[^nREG,,.CATAL0GUE���OF.���REAL���ESTATE-  (Md4vfefiiJi��jf,iA��tn.  ^i*iH**<l*^rt!ftW-*��ff*��WI'W*ti      > 4*y&w^t1in9M'te)9ilWWtli!ili$M_<t>$Ws^i^^  AGENCIES LTD.  J^ox 155, Secholt Phono. 885-2235  ; Or Call1 Toll Free from tho" Greater Vancouver Area  ZEnith,, 20)2^     ,    ,  , (E.&O.E.)^  14*  \  I "' T"  HARBOUR and EGMONT  7.       NEAR MADEIRA PARK .  Near new 2 BR home on approx. % acre level lot. Has electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport. $21,000.  \  LAGOON. ROAD  3 good building io^s, easy walk to school, stores, post office and  marinas.   $6,00p each.  ..'".���      IRVINE'S LANDING  3 BR home on large view l��t overlooking Lee Bay, 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 43,000, 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 ond  electricity.   Large,  comfortable  log  home  with  electric   heating,  small guest house, float.  $125,000.  KLEIN DALE ON HIGHWAY 101  Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses, roads throughout property. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several  lots available.  VIEW LOTS -^GARDEN BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  I $5,000 to $6,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  7 ;" """" ������ ��� ���- 75-^7777.27777.  Ruby Lake, 105' $13,500      1/3  Fisher Island _._  90' ::-- $ 18,500      88'   54' beach front, with   14' trailer  .___.   211' ��� 2 acres, partially landscaped _   $16,500"  $16,500  $18,500  $18,000  $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. Sakinaw 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���paved Maple Rd. runs through  property���$50,000,  LOT AT MADEIRA PARK  I00'xl72' lot���few hundred feet tb stores, school, marinas, arid  . Govt, wharf, $5,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR  4 BR, partially furnished older home on approx. 54 ft. waterfront  lot. Serviced with water and hydro, close to stores and school,.   .:,....,,,.,^m..M^'9^..'-....',...-,^..:..,.���'.. ..7',   ���"-- ->*���-MADEIRA PARK  Older 2 B R7pa rtta I ly ��� f Urnishecl -; homo''Wi tri*.1 basement. Ol I" furnaco.'  Closo' to  stores,   school,   marinas  and  Gov't  wharf.   $21,500.  ��� - >���-* -        RUBY LAKE COTTAGE     ���       - -�����  Soml-furnlshod,  water, and  hydro,   119'  waterfront  and  float.  $19,0007  J..F*.y.l�� lB*t;'Jj,.^|i.Sii)|l,'yii*ft*Vi���i i; (iw *��***= JW^fhMf^'jM  LARGE ACREAGE  1, Mlxal   Lako������! 57   acros   with   timber���550'   watorfront������  $50,000.  '2. Dark Covo, Tixjervls Inlet���Approx. 1  mile waterfront���184  acros���3 good buildings���$l50,Q00i.  3, Secret Covo ateqyT-1^0 a4ros^r,0iqj_k.andtr0|la thmu'gbQMfc)-'  ��   f^ly IcVbl prop^rtVJ.$7O,fc00;*��^W>J(^, ���fWy.wf Tffl  5. Pender Harbour���approx, 33 acros-^-approx. 1,800' watorfront  ���$85,000,    _ *    . , _    ��� '  ;.   ,   y     .\   ���  MADEIRA PARK         2 BR homo on dttractlvo landscaped Jot.J|?.lthJrM"tJ.oos,,A,.jfbW  ' hundred -ft, to echool, ���storQ3,and<rriQHn9.,asW^ .  and frldgo Included In prlco of $32,000;  EARL COVE  ",,    '  A fow lots still availablo on this 30 r|otlBul)dlv|s|bn. Priced from  .,.,,.,,   ,   ...  ., ..,',...,, ;, ,,H^,9v!!..Vv'.,,;.,,:.,.;.'/,',, .,,!,,.   .  ��� * ��� - - -- '--Madeira-park^^---. -,> .��,-, ^,j_  Choice vlaw Iota oh 72, lot subdivision. Prlcoa from $3,7,00 to  $10,000. Somo7c|oarod,ready for bulldlpo. ', ,  ^mtmmmtmm  _ .   ,' '(       .^.GARDEN'.aBAY.'^ _   ' .,'.;   . ^  ,  plumbing^, flroplaco, ,6undocl.,!.FInQl4,vlaWi!of, Harbour, Beautifully a.  lanolscapcd loaso lot.. $35,000,     '. ��  BRO9KS COVE~r.HALFMpON BAY     ',  194' cfopp waiorfront with 3'fJR Panotodo h0nio.(4" coda'r) wllh  cundpek, full balhrodm; propane'range'dnd frldgo, All' furniture,'  -'d.shos|"b(.dcflnar*ofc.7'Included,'No' olocfrlclly," Access' by" path"  only���080 It, hum pftrklno .lot..to houso,. Immadiuia possosBlon, '  7     ',' '   7       ^S.9,000,'   ,(���������      ' 1  '' .   ',  7 ."  ' ���   IRVINE'S LANDING ''",.���'  2 RR'partlolly furnished oklnr''homo on lorn'o'Ylow, lot ovo.7  1   looklno. Loo liny. Closo to Morlho ond Govt, wharf. $13,1)00  Vory lorpp;' QQi.lly.fi|oplna lot, Handy lo school, fi'lnros, mnrlnnn nrirl  post office.. $6,500,  . . ......  n*jMM**MfrifW4-'��4-.ii  ;. 7   EGMONT .LOTS,   '���/������    .      ; .,  .    ....     Wotorfront, lotsj-r^l 1,000 to $13,000. ���;'*������  Many other view ond waterfront lots In tho pandor Harbour oroq,  OlliSladey  r^EAUTY^TP.  ���   Maclplrg, Park, B.C,  Phono Pender Harbour 883^2233  i^��ym* WW_-i>WiW|''a.  ,^r  miwi��wr-i|[^mnw k. -   ���\  \  Real  Estate &  lftsyrdr.ce  Pender Harbour - Egmoht - Earl's Cove  \WATERFRONT ACREAGE���6H acres with 425'x of  beach;.700' oh Highway.   Ideal for MaHhd,  Hdtel-  Mdrfel or.whctt have you. Or, id6<al for cpridoftiihium  - for 4 or 5 fdrnilies.  FP $49,900.  .   ' -N : :   ACREAGE���Approx. ,7 acres on Highway  101; with  500' of frontage. FP $15,000. 4  SEMI-WATERFRONT LOT^Nicely -treed, good location,  water  and   power  available.   Only   100  paces  from beach. FP'$7000 with Vi down.  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA ��� Good business pro-  positiorrwith-vyinter-rneome. Owner requires change.  Just $60,000 FP; offers on down payment.  I  NEED LISTINGS    Call John Breen gt 883-2794 (24 hours)  >HZ1-.  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, BCr-  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across frOrn the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR .CHOICE WATERFRONT,  VIEW  LOTS  OR  ACREAGE���CALL    LEN    &    SUZANNE    VAN  EGMOND���Local 885-2241 or Direct from  .    Vancouver MU5-5544.  HEART OF SECHELT  $ or 4 bdrm. home situated on a large corner lot; Fireplace. W/W.  Walking distance to shopping centre, school, beach,-etc. Occupancy Oct.   1st. Asking, only  $24,900.00.  Call  SUZANNE  OR   LEN  VAN EGMOND Days 885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.  WATERFRONT ��� WEST SECHELT  Nicely treed  lot overlooking Trail   Islands.  Good  beach.   Asking  only $12,500.00, Phone LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND Days  885-2241 or Eves. 885-9683.  *; 470' OF WATERFRONT" ."  Approx. 3 acres in Secret Cove. Protected moorage. Good road.s  to  property.   Water.   Ideal   for  small   marina   or   private   group.  Asking only $52,000.00. Call LEN OR SUZANNE VAN EGMOND  Days 885-2241 or 885-9&83 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.  7      VIEW LOT 90x300  Over V_ acre lot with view in village of Sechelt. Across the street  from access  fo 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 Bedc-h, great view. Fully serviced $11,500.00. Call  us now.LEN  OR  SUZANNE  VAN  EGMOND  Days  885-2241,  ' Eves. 885-9683.  REDROOFFS���SEMI-WATERFRONT  2000 sq. ft.   "A bedrm. 22x24.  Rec rm.  WW carpet?.   Fireplace  .in large view liv. rrin. 2 large lots. Landscaped Horse barn 500'  to safe public beach/ Real value at $33,900. Terms, Call SUZa,_  ANNE or LEN day 885-2241.  Eves.  885-9683.  FOR RENT  2'bed.d'om'Waterfront'Home, Sandy Hook; $150 per month year-  round, (iall-SpZANNE or LEN EGMOND, days 885-2241, eves.  .,.._..       885-9683.  vv,   -GARDEN .BAY .ROAD-18 ACRES v.  18 acres With year round stream, 2 stalls and shed, Older home���  ��� value Is IR trie" land, offered at only $22/"'* "J" ' *"k' "  7 SUZANNE���aVAN^EkMONbrDciys 885-2^41; e  LEN  e9c.s.*:885��9683;  or  ' LOT-SECHELT     .  Nico' residential lot.' close "to all' ,facllltics;'','rHdy*'to,''bullcr,'on;:-i'''  only $5,500v,<.al! LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, Days 885-,  2241, eves, 885-9683.  WATERFRONT SANDY HOOK  70' x 230' serviced lot. Deep water suitable for a float, Arbutus  [roes, No landscaping npcessary, Good access.from the road,  Full Price $15,750,00. Cd|| Jack or! Sfah Anderson,,Days 885.,,,,,���,  2241, eves. 885-2053 of 885-2385.  .-      .     WATERFRONT it  Halfmoon pas/ 6|q|or'' homo' on ovbf tin A'crq ofGroiihcl, pve'H'OO  feet,.wptoffroHK' l^lcfely. Idri'dscoped, proi.hds. LdVdl to j.Hlj M*.  PbtoctfS'd (.KC^IIohtgaraflo, and W6rkRh#,-, Call Jdck or Ston Anderson, Day 885.22'4.,ovos; 885..2Q53 or 885^23857  ^REtXROO^BPAD.  ^70'*x "290W:treed^|o|>R > 2��zonfecl, > I  *'SQrgant'Bay';arca?70'^'290^nreed>i|ot>R2"zonb  Full prlco $3,950.00. Terms can bo arranged, Coll Jock or Stan  Andorson, days 885-2241, ovos, 885-2053 or 885-2385.  . .  TREED, RECREATION LOT  ., .  Apprpx, % aero on ,qolot Bt'root. hMd walk'tp boach. Prlyoway  on tho property, Pol) rirfco ,$4,700\QO.. 10% down, Ca]N<wk^''  " ���_. '.    -ROBERTS CREEK    ,  k    rCTHoTniTnriots 70' x l 50\ Cloarod ancl ready  or l^lkHno. Thor.o  ^VJPts oro oil Barvlccd ond hnvo a paved mroot, Full prlco $o,9.,0,Q0,  5>0% down. Coll Jack or'Stan AnclorRnri, ..nys-885*2241,'oyos,  085-2053 or 885-2305   GIBSONS ACREAGE  'Re-Id Road 19.7..acres wllh 640 fl, road frontage, Sorno cloorlna  hoo boon clopo. Small cobln on proporly, phMcnlly ronlrd, Full  'prlco'$35,000,00," ToTms,  Call Jack or Ston" Andcnon,  cloys  " 885-2241; *fofl78flS,-20S3or 88S-23B9,-- -  r f  -}^if_i^-._[^��i��i.4_ii rt-lrf*^*-.*  .> K>��t-��t,��.f-iri+t ���.-  i6. sci, ft." holinn, Drywalllnci flnhhod. Largo V-i aero lot. flrfl.  ploco.Wlrlnci, Is In, Concrolo founddllon^Codor nldlnq. Excel ont  (Cont.)  FOR SALE (Continued)  PART Doberman puppies, free  tb good  homes.  Phone  883-  2492. . \ 703-48  _i ; : : . ,   FREE to  good  homes,  month  old puppies, petrt black L_(b.  Phone   885-2080.   .     ,'.  622.-49-  KltTEN^, 2 offhge, 1 black &  -white.     Ctossbfed     Huskie  puppies. Ph. 835-2680.    "670-49  \1969 FLEETWOOD colour.TV,  $125. Ph. 885-9988. . <    732-"&  TOP soil  for  .sale  from  West  Se'ichelk Contact frank Jor-  genseh, 885-9796. 696-49  ear  GLOTHES-sp qrtsweai  Fbfc Sale  WQRK  of what Have you at  gati's Men's  We'at.        587-tfn  ELEC'fROLtjk^,aleS, .... &ej-\l-  ic6,   Supplies. Ph. 886-2989.  390-tfn  FIREPLACE   wood -for   sale.  , Dried  alder, maple, and  fir.  vPhonc; 883-2417. ,   684-tOi  FIREWOOD  -$15 per "cord de^  . livered.  Ph.  885,9067   evenings.    . ~ V        672-49N  2 YEAR old Dorset ram, $15.  Phone-886-9862.      .    675-tfn  GOOt) utility trailer.s^eel box  .9' x 4'2." clear inside. Lights  and, licence.   E.   T.   Wiggins,  Madeira Park. Ph. B33-2.4g5.  7.. rx.:\.^     .... '"   . ,. e85-v49  POii LETfEftHEAD^; envet  opes,., sltstemerits, Invoices  and all comm^rMal. pfinti-ig,  contact tbe Times office at Se-  dhelt or phone f.85 -9654.  MAC" 15   ch&in  saw   in   good  -. ^condition7 $65. Ph. 885-2'43(5.      - 70*6-48  4 H.R. 6.B. motor about 10  hrs. $150. Hollywood, bed,  new, $50. F.ire screen, &15;  large fire basket, $10. Mrs.  Rear. 885-9872. 708-50  CANOPY w_th bunk and table;  will fit 4 door.Chev pick-up,  $150.   Ph.   883-2527. 711-48  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, dibsons. B.C.  DRY Cedar kindling, $12 load  delivered. . Herman   Haberl,-  Gen. Del., Sechelt. 722-50  20   CABIN   cruiser,   fibreglas,   over  ply; - 90 ���HPr-Evinrude  needs some finishing, $1800 or  offers. Phone 886-7119 after 7  p.m. 726-50  1 YEAR old 4 x 6 pool table,  very good condition, $285  new - only $150, with 3 cues,  snooker balls'" and cue' rack.  Boat trailer for up to 14' boat,  $50. Ph. 885-2675. 730-tfn  FORCED sale, trailer, 36  feet  by 10 feet, now at Big Maples  ���   Trailer Court, trailer number 9  Covered porch and workshop,  ^ new gas range, new fridge,  electic heating. Full price  $4,000 cash, did cost $6,000.  Keys and information can be  obtained from Judge Middle-  steadt i'n the courthouse in  Sechelt. 731-48  \,  FIREWOOD,   $25   cord   delivered,    now    taking    orders.  Also coal for sale. Ph. 885-7915  after 4  p.m.- 664-48  1964 CHEV % ton pick-up ^nd  canopy, $500 or nearest after.  Also,     Adfninal     dishwasher,  $150.  Ph.  885-2135. 719-48  "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,  Cavnada. A complete selection  of parts & accessories to  choose from! No matter where  you live* "You'll always- receive  fast service. 9240-49  CONSTRUCTION materials- ���  siding, strapping, planks,  beams, sliding glass doors,  roofing material, plywood, and  much more. Packaged deal.  P.O.  Box 747, Sechelt.    701-48  jftUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  LEGAL NOTICES  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estates of the following deceased: Muriel Andress WILCOX oka Muriel Audrus  WILLCOX and Muriel A.  WILCOX, late, of R.R. No. 1  Metcalfe Rd., Roberts Creek,  B.C.;- Rueben- Elvin * WILCOX  oka Reuben Elvin WILCOX  and R. E. WILCOX, late of  R.R. No. 1 Metcalfe Rd., Roberts Creek, B.C  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  are- hergby required to send  them duly verified, to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street. Vancouver 1, B.C.,  before the 22nd day of November., 1972, after whiqh date the  Assets of fhe ^dici Estate will  tie distributed, having regard  only to claims that have been  received.  CLINTON  W.  FOOTE,  PUBLIC  TRUSTEE  9238-pub.   October   11,   18,  .25  and November 1, 1972.  PENDER HARBOUR  LOVELY SETTING: A parka-like lot on Oyster Lagoon. It's hydro  and water serviced and only $1,000 cash required to asking price  of $6,000. Try your offer.  WATERFRONT:   180' frontage on  Barbaln  Harbour with  sunny  southern exposure drfcl beadtiful  view. Build amongst, tall evergreens On this i��vel'lot'��� it's just a honey at $13,000,  WATERFR$j^T;7^  and old, rqi^l)|lng Ipomesfedd. 1,5 acres includes view lot across  road, Soufnern exposure and seryiced. A reel buy at $25,000���  ���  so,me. terms,  ,,waterf|i^^  nice sanqyJeaCn7oh" oyejr 4'.acre's In Madeira Park, Has been selectively Heoreyibr.idhip slphts dhd motel.-Perfect spot for either  ';>'tHat^urfcos��j6^  ;' 7   Be seeri,*''     ' "'���   WATERFR'^Xi^THV.t^brnost^^b^ v/aterfrpnt lots in Gar:  den Bay Estrnfeea'c^'haVO''M���'���bfeiach'l.*'^rie-*'ls-in6t;'fpir''sale-;"' but- 1H6-  other, Ipt 10, Isf OUr ^l^n Is ph., Ph|ono for. a'ppolptm'eht or |ust  drivo In, hove a |pdkL dhd call me for particulars,  Coll,Jock iiermbh7,<qf, Pander Hqrbour  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  ifH,%#\* j?*4H*, !ui.!m. .'U.W ���WWi.i'wtii*.  '!"ii'*'i!'wn,jirs*i'  ill _  :' ' .'i.'t,1  ^A"Xl:'^,i,  ENGUtll  UNFINISHED'HOME  Drywalllnci flnhliod. Lorgo  , , ���������,v.���. ,h, Concrolo founddlIon, Coclt  torms"Full prlco $15,5.50,00, Coll )acM or Sinn Anclorson,.doys  883.22/I1, ovo���. 005.2053 or 005-23B3,  ROBERTS CREEK ������        ,,  Your cholco of 3 lots on a pavod,rocd. All sorvlcoa nvoj|nb|o,,Lotij  *o?6^c|oor(irw1lirowfoCfrim  loin, FP K950.00. Call Jack or Slon Andorfton, Doyn 003-7.241,  "    '   " Evos; ,895-2053 or 685.2385. ,  , ��� WATERFRONT SANDY JHOOK :  Mnvo n/oiir owri iloat In .ront of Votir summer cobln,' Easy accosij  Tried* II 5,750rTorm!ir CQir^ck"or;Stan-Ander��onr doy����88 *_~  2241, ovqa, 885-2053 orta8p.2385. it ,���   .  '     ..WEST SECHELT    ', - :,.���  Sfervlcod K.Cornii; location, B3\:WWQy/r?n,T'.,0.noii H  tj^wd bMch. Somo troos, mostly' cleorcd, J^% ����'- ^  0110045,950,00,^011 Ston or Jack Anderson, rldys 889.224 , qvo��.  885,2033 or 8B5.2383. , ,    '  J  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  ..NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS 7,  , Gibsons, B.C. .    . 886-2481  LARGE LOT on Hillcrest.. Nice trees.   $4,400.00."  SCHOOL RO/\D (Slbsons, one ,c,fcre of lahd, sttltable  -^^ ^orqpqrtment use or Tnultl-rdweillng.FP $12,500 cash,  L66fclNG Ft��R PRIVACY? 2 bedrtam, completely re-"  ^modplled''homewpestled'"on"flve<acresrFlreplacQrbar-,oam  bectje, .sundeck, yyqll to wall carpets. Mdny olher  . oxtras, F.P, $'27,500, $8,d00"cl6wh.' Bdldrico qt 8%,  ,   .        1     1. ,i 1 , i^ .  ���       ���'��� ���     III1��II_HII�����IHM^  VIEW -T- 2- bedroom modern homo, HRreplacc_, car��  port, sondock,, ensulto,. guest house, "F,P, $23,000,  ,j  ., ''...,-  1 ,i ' 1 > y<  .' l'ycqr.b|d 3, bedroom, hpm& on large lot. VVctll to woll  ^.carpets...and.good .sized,.utility.,-Blacktop..drlveway,.ra  closci., ifq,, Gibsons,,,R,P,,. $22,900, $8,000 down. Try  1   '' i ��� , ' your offors for cash,  $13,000 Will buy you this 2 bedroom homo, Substantial old'tlmor.wlth fireplace. 125' x 250' on Highway  1     ,   101, Terms on $6,000 down,  TRAILER, LOT, 125^250'; flat, walor, on, Highway  ��� 1 ��� /*;'..     ..'_/._..���- _, -*- y   I ( f  .GbWfeR^OINT ROAD. Grahdvlew Roadr,sorho big  lots' In this area, In the $5,000 to $6,000 range,  1     '���',_   Askusl  ���WATERFRONFon:"-H6w^SotjndrHQrdTO-fintirh0ro'*r^  ^a^ovfely^X'bedrbpm^HomerwitKrvlfewrsundGckr'llrc^  place Irj LRetc, $40,000 some terms,,   '       .7 LISTINGS���WANTEb    ft��M__��il.iiw'����..-��iiMi-iii..- ,i*,mm99mnm   '  K, A; Crosby. ,,086^098,. J.  E. WhltS ,8^6-2935  .,       II,.. , I.,    ���-,,.'���'   1 . 4    .. ,  .V  \  \  \  \  \  ....:f-Y^i,i, jj^.j,  j._r-1��^j. *4<p*!4��  \  Kite.".  Intemcitibnctl understanding . . . v     \  iW&y join  UNESCO school project  The Peninsula Times   v Page A-5  Wednesday, October 25,  ; .��� fr\. 1^ {j>. f Ih'-.m *��>&-& ftpytitf H^ ���'     -'.-.iff."^  A PROGRAM is uftd6_- .way to f-fiake Elphinstone  a "^itEaSCio    Associated  _.cho6_7 ���' 7  Or^ahizer^ for western t^ahada. for  Ctary Landers told The Times thatv presently there are 35 UNESCO schools ih  Canada* and 600 throughout the world  "and tlie program is expanding," he said.  Landers' works on a full-time basis  for UNESECO, an acronym for United  Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. A former teacher in  .Powell River7 Lahdejrs.. .said, that there  are several associated schools in British  Columbia. He is trying to .form, more  schools in western Canada. Helping him  locally are teachers FrahR Fuller, George  Matthews and Garfy Foxa'll.        -  Fuller recently tqok a group of students to Eugene, Ore. ?{e said that he  would have liked to take them to Quebec but added that he did not have  enough contacts to accomplish, it.  Landers said that if Elphinstone had  been connected' with UNESCO at the  time, a Quebec exchange could easilly  have been arranged because, "we have  excellent contacts  in Quebec.  Recently, Landers addressed teachers  and adults explainingTthe program and,  students explaining the program and, he  added, Elphinstone stands a good chance  to become a member school.  Objectives of the program are:  ���To increase among youth a.knowledge of the world and its peoples.  ���To engender sympathetic attitudes  which will enable young people to.view  other cultures without prejudice and to  react -to differences with friendship rather  than hostility.  ���To develop understanding of the  need for international cooperation in the  solution of world problems.  ���To encourage respect for human  rights, a sense of moral and social responsibility for others, and a desire to  act in the common good.  UNESCO'S story began in 1945 when  the United Nations was founded. It was   agreed ..that a number,,pf. specialized^ag-  encieV stioufd" be estSblished lo deii with  problems that bring distress or war to  mankind. To promote understanding  among nations, UNESCO came into being, Landers explained.  In   1953  UNESCO undertook  a  -__- -r  ���^  Sunday 10V6& a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  tw_^(i^jb1<%d%^dda^.Ai.-  A  W��Mt��iN^JI)Hi#AMrtkmtt��fw>M��Mi��H!U^Vf��u  ���.  -B_____��_5��_l____  \  HfghWdy dhd Martin Road  Sunaay^Scbdol: 9^5. a.,T1��   7,  "Sundttiy Slhrice^lteairri.; 7:$.iri.  WcdHeiaoy: b\MbS_.*$&ffitiM p.m.  Friday: Y^th7 S^ice^. 3^'^m.  ;.   pastqr: ger^y;|6��ter 7  ' '7 rtiSAaf ��^'f&i'---'\.''.J;_.  ���^^ty^.'*t-v^rY^->V^^/1;^^'-^^4i^^i^^  ^sPM GHukm  ...   (UndenQ^inatiorial)     :.-  Sunday _��cti^ol ��� 10:00 o.fti.  Church Sarvfca,���11:15 a.m.  ing  'cct.7:30 p.m.  Sf?*?.  PASTOft REV. S. <2ASSELl_S  Si-f- ,7.ii   7_2?-.^"S.���&>!?������_-''T&jk..*.*;  Cam Bay Road dnd A.buhi*  (2 blocks up from Highway)  large  Ji*ua*i����;-MiaMiii.j&.:  J  LEGAL NOTICES (cont'd)  APPLICATION  FOR  A  WATER LICENCE  WATER ACT-  (Section 8)  I, William Douglas and Marie  Belle Bulmer of Roberts  Creek, B.C. (R.R. No. 2, Gib-  son.s B.C.) hereby apply to  the Comptroller of Water  Rights for a licence to divert  and use .water out of Flume  Creek which flows south west  . and discharges into the Pacific  Ocean and give notice of my  application to all persons affected  The point of diversion will  be located at a point where  Flume. Creek  crosses  Blk.  7,  .D,L.;j733..7   Tlie quantity of, water to be  diverted is 1000' g.a.d.  The purpose for which" the   yrnt,e.p���.wll,L"?e,used, is..dptnestjc ,  purposes  (stock watering),  The land pn which the water  7wlN'be,;used is Lot 2 of D,L.  3377, Gp. 1, N.W.D. Plan 4271.  A copy of this application  wns pbRted7on the fill, day of  August, 1972 at the proposed  point of diversion .and on the  land where,.tho wa^op is,to bo  Vised arid, two copies were'filed  -in*(hq office of .the- Water- Recorder at Vancouver, BC.  ,,.lO"3ject,lpns to this, application mpy be Hied withi tlio, said  Water Recorder or with tho  Coimptroller of Water Blghtp,  Pnrli��mont Builcllftgs, ylqto'r?  In, B,C, wllthin thwty driys of  the first ddte of publication of  , lho n'ppllcrttlon; ' * , ,'i  924B-pub,, Octobbr, |35, '11)727" ' '  'i'i ^ ..tin.   '-"j��i 1.    mm.  scale project that involved a number of  secondary schools in the member states  -^-a project that involved students in a  v.arie'ty of experiments to determine to  ���ikrhat extent mutual understanding and  the elimination of prejudice can be foster- .  ed by education. In-each member state.  of UNESCO a national commission had  been set up to coordinate^and supervise  the various activities involving that nation. This commission-was^given ,thev,task,_r  of selecting the'^chools that would participate in the' experiment.  In Canada, Oakwood Collegiate in  Toronto was one school that agreed to  become a UNESCO Associated School and  .continued to participate in an increasingly active way.  In 1963 a conference was held at  Sevres just outside Paris, the first 10-  year review of the experiment. To Sevres  came one or two delegates from each  of 38 member countries in Asia, Africa,  Latin America, .Europe and North America, all .concern��.d witlii the .question,  "How do you build international understanding  and  good will?"  Out of their deliberation came many  reports, resolutions and decisions" \}\xt the  one  most   pertinent  was  the  conclusion  that   the associate-17schools  project  had -  proved its value and'merited expansion.  Since 1968, through the Corporation  de's. Enseignants du Quebec, French-  speaking schools have joined the project.  :., Indian and Eskimo schools haVe rer  cently joined the assbci_.ted schools.  The Unifed thurch of Canada  ���   -���>-;    SERVICES     ���   .. "  St. John's Unijted Church - Davis Bay  '    SuriSay Services4- 9:30 a.m*  RoberhCr^ek United  :,  ���S_ih^^fo&y-^3'd>.rrt    '  ^^|^.s^s;'^nijteii'Chui!elij^,  " ^un'tfoy Services - 11:1]$ a.m.  Pbrtj.gi.iii jffl&f'.  7      Sunday SefyfC���tS,Tf-7:3p-p;W7  . (2nd. anH 4tHSuriaays)- v  tf * ���aj-7mM^,^~7 *���  Rev. JFn.,WilHam'son--.GiMO*ris ���  . .   . ;�����.- -. ?.~. P.j:.��� >t,;��� ,v. sum���. Y.-  886-2333  .i'v -y:r'.7; tr,  BAPTIST CHURCH SIJ^WIS;  :QAwmr��^w  XHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday ��choo| .10:4$va.m.  Evening'F4iiowshii>7:,O0^.rn7  .  Prqyer and Bible Study, Thurldqys!7:30 fi.m.  Mormaid arid Trail SechelV 886-7449  Stinday School 10 00 a m  Worship Service 11 15 a m.  Prayer ahc. Bible Study,  .;   Waednesdoy, 7.30 p m.  _......���������j^^.N ER|CKS0Ni pQStor"J     NEW Books���just arrived-r-Hallmark  ;- Editions, at *Miss "Bee's, Wharf .Road;  Sechelt.  1 L_t_______��______________^^  >..lia \  For Rafts,  Docks, Boathouses  ' Styrofoam BQ Brand   ,  Buoyancy Billets  It takes  only   1   cubic  foot  of  Styrofoam BB Brand plastic foam  ...,.. ..-    ..to float ��� 55a IbSi-.-.*...., m��.  Block io^x20?.kl68"   ,;$27ip6;:.flSfivi,.  Phone 883-2266  kx,       H��.i��M^  A family 'man, with  four sons,,who has, a  ftEAL concei-n for the  fiitu^-e for youth in  Cahada.  JOHN  Progre35iv,-Con,crvativo  Coast-ChilcoHn Rldlhg  1   u-'   tParty   '\7     ',  1 1  ,.,,. **.!,(,....,  11  ai��rw)wCT����.w����ii-^_w��ii_iiW'iiW������-iM������i��>!i��i.iii'la��^��w����,ipw������l'��*ww^  , 1 ,   _____   all. _.  1.1.,     .  .. ..lit I J .L.tili  i.iilnj ,   ,thj|ll._.j_.lA I] ,t-li 1   (..  _.HiHlM i  ... .1 aJtril J,   lI|/i J\l 1.1.1 _���   ill. i. ,i._(l.  \ I   I 11 kfcj.   _l.  t. .... _[!(_. .iijUl  ������     _<_   1,1     _*.  _. , t U__i_t__M,it . _. u 1 Ati__t4     i A__i   _t, .At. .1,   ._.,,..  '^'fifiK-'.V t ���mL'-'11'" ""'  ���  COURSES which aro NOT offered this Torhi: , l^afirdbtifi' ;;,p^*ni6l(hg�� .,k f*ili6^Qf|rii^ttv,7  Siretch and Sow, Auto Tune-up, Carpentry  .i.),  Courses Still Open for More Members  1 . .__,._   .. i ........,..   ..   ,.   . i ���        i......,_...  i ...... _ i   ,._.,_._._,_,_._.....__._..���_...,_,.  the Instructor  _*i *. ' n*. �� l  h r I*  h^t .Vat. <X��*Hl**��*1 '**  i wf��{��^t(, W_*ffi|ws**tiH*  - POTTERY: Thursday, 7:30 p.m., ElphinstonerMrs. Wqll/ncfer.8��|6p9307,  - VOLtiY&ALh MVtid^yf btOO^p.th*, G$s6fis &hm.,ittyt. Ung Q86J$ti&  - FLddk HOCKEY; Tuesday, Bi00 bimJlpHirisione^ m7;'J;'Gmy 88819470  HANDBALL, SecHeli Elehientory, :Nli, J* Grqy, 885$ft7Qt f    ' 1 M   , 1  i , *'   i      ''   ' '     i i i i  =���.SHO^;^Sma/I^Craff^consfr.ucfifoh>^/.Q,wSd/idL  ���      Warn 885*9397 ��� ,v        >'��, ';r,-        .' 7 ^'���:.\;\r.';v7l   /',y/; ������  ^, WELDlti&l y^fsday, TM "frm.' Porr06n, MirtioW  DEFENSiV^DRIVING:^hhedtiied^tb^b^^  f4v?��*>i4��fc*H*JM<t  ���wlf*  ��W����_M^W��t(|M.^^  BAND; Thursday, 7&0 p.m.,, Sechelt E/emeofory, Mr. epp,.88ci-7l92  WAtGH FOR lyiORE; ;COUi��ES^IN^'ttjIjsfe''  'ill Ahnoiihtod In 'tli_\' 'Bacemitor' Advcrtl'samo/it ���'" ��� ���-;  iM_-_------M  *  O  i',",,  '      i'! ''  ^^^*^f^.^^._^^.y,t.*M'MV^V^4K-'P��.W4ia.��*t,.._  ���___  mimk  >��� i  -a-  ��� i'  i     1    '     -a   ]     I  m#*>*<mmmm4#&mmtw  W^^WPWWWBt^^  -MMM*tf*lfg_^^ V  A  \  V  \  \���  \  _6^  * Singing  * Instruments  ���    :   ���  itMusic  with a Difference!  Hear Youth from  Abbotsford  FRIDAY, OCT.  27  x    8:30 p.m.  Glad " Tidings Tabernacle  Gower Point Rd., Gibsons  PASTOR - NANCY DYKES x  886-2660  wwwwwvyviwawvvwvyvwvwwwywwyvwi-  \  First Sechelt Cubs, Scouts  plan bottle drive. Sat.  FIRST Sechelt Ciibs and Scouts will hold  \     a    community    service    bottle    drive  Saurday, Oct. 28.   ���'.'���  Proceeds "from   the   collection   of  the  'bottles helps to provide"1 funds for special  activities   and   projects   for  both   groups.  4 Members   and   -drivers   are   asked   to  meet  at  St.   Hilda's   Church  Hall  at   10  a.m. _ ���  Rf'reshments   will   be   served   to   the  boys upon return to the church hall.  \  ���\  \  Page A-6     ,      The Peninsula Times       Wednesday,  October  25,   1972  \  \  \  citizens news  TV Antennas removed  WHIPLASH INJURY  If you suffer a whiplash injury because someone plows into the back of  your automobile, you have a 5% chance  of turning tip with trouble in your temporomandibular joint, the one that permits  _the hinge movement of the jaw.  TkE October 19 meeting was called to  order by president Mrs. Madge Hansen- who introduced new members-,Mrs.  Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Franson and Mr. and  Mrs.  Killiam. >. \  After the' singing of 'O Canada' a minute's silence was observed for the passing of Canon Greene.  In accordance with the wishes expressed at the September meeting for an abbreviated form  of   the  minutes   of   past  by M- E. Wagner  the Lord's Blessing. How fortunate we  ���arc to have such splendid talent right in  our membership! , \ 7  Mrs. Duf<: and Mrs. Madge Bell won  the grocery hampers.\Mrs. Vibert received a lovely vase in hohor of her 80th  birthday.     ��� ���>.-., ���   _���  Mayor Ben l)ang came in to represent  the judges in the photography contest.  We had already admired ,the display of  prints which Mr. Hayward had arranged  IS  A'  g/##4_r-r#_r##///###///#/^^  3 s  Branch 6$ ��� SCA, Sechelt  ^srall (J3cizacip xtnd ^Ject  Saturday, October 28 at 2:00 p.m.  LEGION  HALL,  SECHELT  *  BAKE SALE * SEWING *  NOVELTIES  * WHITE ELEPHANT *   PLANTS  Admission 50c (Tea included)  meetings, our scretary read a synopsis of for  our viewing.  He has prpmsied us  a  last  month's  minutes,   and   the  member- showing of the glides at a later date,  ship expressed its approval of the shorter ...    Prizes for the slides went to: Mr. Clear,  form. . floral; Miss deLange, scenery; Mr. Scott,  Mr. Scott repored further on the New human   interest. ^ For   prints,   the   prizes  Horizbns. program. He announced that the were   distributed   as   follows:   floral,   1st'  first meeting, Oct. 17 at the Legion hall, Miss Harrold, 2nd Mr. R. Provencal; scen-  This FREE  SERVICE  is available  during this month to existing  and new CABLE VISION  subscribers  'a_H__Mt*__--BB____M--_��--_M__a-__^^  HELP  US  HELP  YOU  BEAUTIFY YOUR COMMUNITY  COAST CABLE VISION  885-2444  &///w///////////^^^  DOES..  a HAND BILL tell about Mrs. Jones' new baby?  DOES   .  a CIRCULAR tell about Mary Smith's wedding?  DOES..  a SIGNBOARD tell about Joe's hunting trip?  DOES.  a SHOPPER tell about the localteam winning?  DOES   ..  a MAILER tell about the community organizations?  DOES   .... ���  a BROCHURE tell about the school or village board  or council?  The Peninsula Times  THAT'SWHY  The folks on the entire Peninsula read The Times  each week.  .;&.j- ift'-p&i^ 'vpi.'/it&^i'tf&'f (^^* .aa  Ati*^(^sWiJi'.t��'��M��^��^:*U^aVia��r!,^.t1!n.J,K,rt|i,|^(l(Ji,.  THAFS WHY  The business places use THE TIMES as their prime  ,     and most effective advertising medium!  7 "     ' ���   ' .     '       .       ' . , ^      ��� '       . i ' ' ' ���   . a        .'  ���   '���      .    ���   ,  Every dollar of advertising spent in "The Times" is  "roiurni^ip^  though "small, was a 16t of fun. The erp  phasis was on waltzing. Future meetings will be at that time and place each  Tuesday (2 to 4 p.m.). There is no door  charge. Everyone participates, and it  should be fun for all.  Discussion raising out of executive  minutes ranged fa'r. Mrs. Hansen announced Mrs. Evans has donated a door prize  for t he bazaar. A nominations committee has been appointed: Mrs. Evans, convener, assisted by Dave Hayward and  Mrs. Alice Batchelor. The executive has  given somo thought to the use to. be made  of the donation from the Advisory Farm  Project. Suggestions under consideration:  a free bus trip, or a free Christmas dinner. In 1 he past members have paid a  portion of the cost of the dinner, and  the number who could attend was limited by the capacity of the hall to 150. The  membership voted almost unanimously  for the dinner. If everyone wishes to attend it will necessitate two sittings, on  consecutive days. These would be, probably, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 21 and  22, at noon on both days. St. Hilda's Women's   Auxiliary   will   cater   the   dinner.  It is important -that members who  wish to attend be listed at our next general meeting, Nov. 16, Miss deLange will  have tickets. If, for any reason, you are  unable to be at the November meeting,  please contact Miss deLange to make sure  your name is on the list.  Many members have expressed discontent with that long, long climb from the  car deck to the lounges and restaurant  on the Sunshine Coast Queen. It presents  a challenge to the young and* vigorous,  and is a positive danger to the infirm.  Miss deLange registered a protest with  the Hon. Robert Strachan, Minister of  Highways, asking for a lift to the upper  deck, or, failing that, at least that toilet  facilities be installed on the car deck.  In his reply to her letter, Mr. Strachan stated that he believed the structure  of the Sunshine Coast Queen would not  allow for the installation of a lift, but he  promised to pursue further the question  of toilet facilities  below.  Miss deLange read an nvitation to  members to participate in the craft fair  at Roberts Creek Nov. 3, .4, and 5. If you  are interested, phone Mrs. Henry, 886-  2760. A concert group, under the auspices  of the Sunshine Coast Arts Council, performed n the United Church Hall, Gibsons on Oct. 21. Mrs. Whaites asked for,  and got, volunteers to fill her slate of assistants for the tea, Oct, 28. Mrs. Evans  has made posters. Mr. Duff, who is con-  venng the bazaar, listed his table conveners: Mrs, Derby, bake table; Mrs.  Wagner, sewing; Mrs. Hayward, novel-  ""ticp;"Mrs. 'Edmunds and Miss Emma Edmunds, white elephant; Mrs, Evans,  ...plant.., , ,  Mrs, Whaitos. stated thai hor husband  will receive donation^ brought  in  pi-cv-  . ously ,to.tho bazaar, Irot^lO to 2, at the  Antique Shop on Covvre Stret, The hall  will bo open on Saturday after 10:30 a.m.  Bussuur opens at 2 p.m, -  ������' Mrs, Evans announced the Mrs. Olive  -f-.Porte��is--nt��home���ot'-last��from hospital,-  und members expressed their pleasure at  this   i}o\yii, Mrs,   Stockwell  promilscs   n,  short play, put on by Halfmoon Bay member, for our next mooting. Mr, Hayward  hits i\ bus trip slated for Nov. 1 to Richmond, No definite program announced,  Faro will bo !j)3.  '.-���' Our 'ontortalnmoiit followed tho Thanksgiving theme. Dave Hayward song tho  Thanksgiving Hymn, and. How Great  Thou Art. Mr. Coffey and Mr. James led  us ln ^or^jahp^CiWryro^thc Earth���and  Mrn, Siockwoll,'h'rid Mr..James sang the  lovoly duel Wo Gather Together io Ask  ery, Miv Foxall, 2nd Mrs. Barnard: human  interest, 1st Mrs. Clear, 2nd Mrs. Whaites.  Mr. Lang offerel helpful suggestions for  future contests. Mr. Lang and Mr. Hayward received a Vound of applause.  Dates to remember: fall bazaar 2 p.m.  Sat., Oct. 28. Next general meeting 1:30  p.m., Thurs., Nov. 16.  Through his experience  and training with the  B.C. government, he is  well aware of the problems in this diversified  riding.  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Service  -       v :������--���---V:-.- ; ���������������-\ '���������    ���  Pages  1-8  Senior citizens enter isolor photo contest  \  SENIOR  citizens  are  shutter  bugs  if  a  recent photo contest is any indication.  Many senior citizens entered the contest which was under the chairmanship  of Dave Hayward of  Sechelt,  There were two categories, slides and  prints and each had thtee classifications:  floral, scenery", human interest.  Winners in tlie slide, contest were:  Guy Clear, floral; Adelle DeLange,. scenery;  Emory  Scott,  hum^n  interest.  TErint���winner-s-wereiT-Qpralr-Ena���Hai?-  second; haman interest, Mrs. G. ��� Clear,  first  ana Nellie Whaites,  second.  Judges for the contest were Mayor  Ben Lang, Dennis\Gray and Jbhn Hays.  Mayor   Lang   awarded   prizes   Thursday.  Hayward expressed his appreciation  aijd congratulations to everyone for their  "excellent work".  "I want to thank all my friends for  their reliable assistance,"  said Hayward..  _______\^6____W_W^' ,n7  rold, first; Olive Provencal, second; scenery, Robert Eoxall, first; Mrs. J. Bernard,  -Look-at���your���wateh���for���5-seconds-r7-  Garden Bay, B.C.  FULL COURSE  DINNERS  from  $3.50  - Soup or Salad  - -Main Course  - Dessert & Coffee  Phone for Reservation  \\  s-I  I  U.S. Government collected about $32,000  in that. timespan. .  I-  S  .,    Closed Monday & Tuesday        s  \/mffimmmmmmiiiMnmnmg_%  Gravel  load  shifts  Fred Strom, Gibsons, driver of the   ;its side. The truck narrowly-missed    Tilprrrj] fieV�� limit  gravel  truck  was  uninjured  when,    hitting some large trees. Major dam-    UlCUai lloll 1111111  rounding a sharp curve on Porpoise" age to the vehicle was in the hood.  Bay Road, Wednesday, the load shift- The truck was carrying about 10  ed causing the truck to roll over on    yards of gravel.  Council eyes arms bylaw  SECHELT     village     council,   concerned  about the discharge of firearms within   the   corporate   limits,   may   enact   a  regulating bylaw.  Mayqr'Ben- Lang said that a problem  has been- encountered with persons discharging firearms "either for fun or attempting to harass migratory' birds" both  in the village and the regional district  boundaries.  Acting on a request of RCMP and the  council, Mayor Lang obtained a copy of  West Vancouver's bylaw regulating firearms discharge.   Section T7" of .West~'Vahlc7jtiTer'_r^yraw"  prohibits any person from hunting with,  using, firing or discharging any gun,  rifle, pistol of similar firearm without  authority of the chief constable. .  However, the bylaw: does not stop  persons from carrying firearms while tra  velling through the municipality to points  beyond.  In an explanatory letter to council,  R, A. Harrison, West Vancouver municipal clerk said that it was noted that persons were discharging firearms in undeveloped lands above .the residential  areas and he added:  "Section 2 was therefore inserted to  make it an infraction even to carry a  firearm in those areas. This provided our  forest ..ranger with the authority to lay  ia charge if persons were found with firearms in their possession. You will note  ��� that-the prohibition-even extends tor bows  and arrows."  The West Vancouver bylaw carries a  penalty of a fine not exceeding $500.  Aid. Bernel Gordon moved a notice of  motion to draft a similar bylaw for  Sechelt.  nets man $100 fine  JONATHAN   Peter   Lesage. of   Burnaby  was fined by Sechelt Provincial Court  $100   for   exceeding   the   sport   limit   of  salmon.  Ray Kraft, fish officer of Pender Harbor, told Judge Charles Mittelsteadt that  Lesage had two days' possession limit in  his boat when he was apprehended at  Lasqueti Island in August. 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(i^4-%MWW_Xf^l^^ J^**iSl^ll{^^^  <-f.i.  icr  X  .  ��  ^w*��iww��^iw*i^MW������_^mw<i^ ttfi^mv^f^ii^^tmitXitmm^mmmm^  m<mn*i*m>mm��^m*im*4t4w  ^U  T  MWWH>hlWim^-<)Mpa��^^  m.mmtmmrmHmmmmmf'Mi^tw^^  '  :' ' '" rtrffc'HMft8..  ' r l' if..  \  \  \  Peninsula Times Wednesday, October 2  ,^.972,  $850 fines imposed  Aides  with learning problems  EXECUTIVE meetings for the local Association  for-Children  with Learning  Disabilities   have been   held for the  past  two months after a summer recess.  Already active in some schools in this  area are volunteer teaching assistants  working with" the remedial reading instructor. These assistants are not necessarily involved in the ACLD group but  their activities are followed with great  interest by the group as one of the  aims of the ACLD is to obtain further  instruction for children with learning  problems.  There will be a general meeting of  the ACLD Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m.  at Sechelt Elementary open-area building.  The program will contain information  on the proposed brief to be presented to  the school board on children in this  district _ with learning disabilities and  information concerning the assessing of  children with learning problems which  is at present being carried out in this  school  district.  All parents and interested persons are  welcome to attend this meeting and  especially those concerned about some  phase of children's learning  ability.  Memberships will be accepted at $2  and some information pamphlets will be  available.  For further information, please call  Mrs. Celia Fisher at 886-2362.  Tanned pensioners  back from Hawaii  THE WELL-nttonded Oct 10 meeting of  Branch 38. OAPO, wolcbroecl Mr. Tis-  dnle,  Mrs.  McKay   ancl  Mr.  Stuilner  ns  now members,  The monibers thon stood in sllonco in  kind   and   gentle   wh.yh   will   ho  ^-unll  missed,  The new hot asphalt paving plant  installed recently by Superior Paving in Gibsons went into production  for the first time Thursday. It is designed to produce up to 60 tons of  asphalt per day, for use mainly in.  ���subdivisions and driveways. Pictured above is Steve ..Marshall making  adjustments to the final stage of the  New  paying   plant  process. He is one of four full-time  employees-at tlie plant. The equipment was transported from KLtimat  and Superior employees have spent  the last eight weeks installing and  adjusting the machinery, said owner  Bob Dodyk. The first asphalt off the  conv.ey.oiv.belt _w_e*}t .f pi; use .on a new  subdivision on Pratt Road!  Ar  m  Opposed to support . . .  Committee formed to light  encroachment in Howe Sound  i.v  ��� ''Tnnnccl niKl Rmllinf? niomhprfi Vcilurnorl  from lluwnil Innl Sulurcliiy. r..|..>rtliH. a  wonderful woek'n holiday. Rim... vIhIIwI  a senior (.'llls.i.i.n 20-Hloroy condiiniliiiun.  wjlll tlio around floor hIvoii over to recreational and im-eiii..' aroas, ��� Tho rontH-  for. lho .seniors .11.11,1,4 complex Ih up to  $4G a month; Including I ho hoi'vIcoh wllh  tho oxrtjpllon of llio Uilophono.  A ��oi__mUi.oo��of-Li~Mncl-.nrcn, chairman. Kai'7 Frnsorr .T7' Moll, Sowoi'I.iiIIh  and Swallow, will look Into. lho mo-  ..lianlcH and cost of a lawn-bowlliiK grown  ncljncoiit to. lho Honlor ciIUwiVh houfllng.  complojc;1' Tlio ''Hi-oiini. Ih availablo, and  ooiisldp,rallon nnd thought wlll bo si van  In apply'lii/j for n mm[) fodoral  Hpiint,  I'll" littUoH hi-b romliulocl' of'tliol*rlon<;i��'  Hhip Rowlnn Club, Tuwidny.., I lo 4 p.m.  U1.IW1.I Cluii'c'      ������  A" COMMITTEE has been formed to stop  further   development   of   a. superport  on the    Squamish River estuary.  Chairman of the Save Howe Sound  Committee is seeking help from various  conservation groups and municipal governments including Gibsons. Gibsons village council is studying the program..  Chairman is W. Cecil Wakely who. can  be reached at 921-9121, West Vancouver.  The committee statement follows:  "Howe Sound is a magnificent body  of water 30 miles lorlg. At its head lies  the town of Squamish beside the Squamish River mouth. Nearby are famous  beauty Spots���Shannon falls, Chieftain  mountain and the Lions. Beyond is  matchless Garibaldi Park with its untouched lake and meadows, Mt. Garibaldi  and Whistler���a veritable paradise for  skiing and mountain climbing, all accessible by road and train.  At the entrance of the Sound is Horseshoe Bay, once a lovely setting being  rapidly clpgged by ferries for three destinations��� Nanaimoy" Sechelt arid' Boweh  Island. Many gr.owing communities dot  the cpastline and larger islands, with  Marina" facilities to service them, Summer cottages and long-established youth  camps complete the picture. All the  waterways of Howe Sound woro act  nslclo in the lOOO.s by 1he Federal Flah-  "''oi*i'6F"D6part.B1)l"i'r  pro-serve.' This fact plus Its proximity to  a largo,.motvopolltttn,aroa.and vunt.varl-.  otyi of outdoor pursultH available���swim-  mli.fi, I'lHhlht., - sullliiK, yachlhiK, soul...  diving, .illmhli.fi ancl hiking, hot. made  it unique, for roeroatlon, That \M. facility  for the public and tourist, vlf.lt.or.. Hhould  " hV'any why bo. ruined. Is unthinkable,  Largo-Roale1 frolghtbr traffic would <!<>  Ihln by oongoHtlon and pollulion.  "Tlio proposed coal'bulk-loading hu|>  orpqrt' 'wovUci :;requlr<Cfi.t;tl.oCT���iod��'tn<{'  at tho rlvor 'mouth, SoloiitlfUf. warn un  thif. poaqn a nevoro throat' to tho tranal^  tlonal food chain of murine llfo oHftontlnl  to   our   lntqrnatlonally    known   nalmon  ��� flpnwnpd In that rlvor nyntom, Lonjj-tQr'm  Hii-'vlvnl  of tlilt. ,npeoloB  holdf, tho ,pon-  ,g��"'>. of HpovtH.(,ui^,oo��nmei'o|<\l . t lithornum   . alike,  cause by writing at once to .the Hon.  Jack Davis MP (Environment), Premier  Dave Barrett, MLA's Bob Williams (Environment) and Allan Williams of West  Vancouver-Howe  Sound  Riding.  Foresters seek members  to establish a court  INDEPENDENT  Order   of   foresters   lias  launched  a  membership  drive  aimed  at   establishing  a   court   on   the   Sechelt  Peninsula.  Bill Hughes of Granthams Landing  told The Times that 250 members were  required to form a court, which is the  community service and social arm of  the order.  The IOF is in its 98th year, said  Hughes, and claims the largest membership in the world of any non-secretarian,  fraternal  membership  society. - .  ���by Sylvia MacLean, 886-2121  ON OCT. 12 a surprise baby shower was  held for Mrs. Graham Mayhew and  .son Scott at ��� the home of Mrs. Gus  Schneider.  Sandra Audet and Verda Schneider  were co-hostesses to Brenda Kelly, Diane  Braceweil, Gail Machon, Merrilee Bal-  dock Dorothy Cresswell, Thelma Prittie,  Tina Hastings, Susan Johnson! Liz Jar-  dine, and Penny Stubbs. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Shirley  Cryderman  and Joan  Kampman.  After attempting a game of scrambled words on the baby theme, the ladies  decided they needed some new ideas and  encouraged Evelyn to open the pretty  parcels which contained many lovely and  useful baby items for Scott'.. The game  was then resumed and eventually was  concluded with Susan Johnson claiming  the prize. Delightful refreshments highlighted by a beautiful cake decorated in  the form of an open bopk, with a tiny  cradle and baby on one leaf and "Welcome Scott" on the other leaf, were enjoyed.  Mrs. Winnifred Kean of Seaview Road  was visited by her sister, Mrs, Kitty  Robinson of Felton, Calif. Mrs. Kean returned with her sister to California for  a holiday.  Doug and Shirley Cryderman of Gibsons celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last week,  Frank Zantolas and Reg jPawliuk returned from a hunting trip in the Fort  St. James area.  on Gibsons driver  FINES   totalling  $850   were   imposed  on  Robert Wallace. Gibsons, at provincial  court Oct.  17 when lie' admitted impaired driving and   related  charges.       ���    -  He" was fined $350 and disqualified4  from driving for three months on the  impairment charge, arising from an incident   on   July   29.  On a charbe of failing fo submit to  a breathalyzer test, the accused was fined  $150. a 7  . Wallace also was fined $300 for iailr  ini to attend court after being issued  with a signed 'Promise to Appear' and a  further $50 for failing to submit accident  reports..  At the sam" court, Gregory Stephen  Lemky and Bradley Scott Norris,, poth  of Gibsons, pleaded guilty to five charges  of willful  damage.  Lemky was fined $100 and placed on  probation* for one year.  At the request of defence counsel,  Norris was given a conditional release  under new provisions 'of the criminal  code as he had no previous record of  questionable   activities.  The co-accused were ordered to make  restitution in each case.  Michael Thompson," Gibsons, was fined  $300 and banned from driving for one  month after pleading guilty to an impaired, driving charge.  Harvey Lynn Ray, Gibsons, was convicted of impaired driving and fined $350.  He also received a one-month .driving  suspension.  Charles A. Rohertson, Surrey, B.C.  was tried and convicted of failing to  submit to a breathalyzer test and received a  fine of $50.  Highway 101 curves claim  car; driver slightly hurt  A CAR driven by  a Burnaby man left-  the  road at  the first  of  the  S-bends  just   outside.  Gibsons     October   16   and  plummetted to  the bottom of the gully  beside the road.  Gibsons RCMP told  the Times S.  A.  Larson   was   proceeding   west   when   he  failed to negotiate  the turn.        "  Larson   suffered   only   minor   injuries  and  the car sustained damage estimated  at $800.  Luckv Dollar food store  break-in probed by RCMP  GIBSONS RCMP is investigating a  break-in at the Lucky Dollar food  store on Gower Point Road last Wednesday night. No further details are available  at  this  time.  -JflMMMtf-M  mwiwwuww**"  ���j-iiiimimJiAgiLii^'^r'���*'** ^***������^���������i ^������^���  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt ��� 885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutts cards and wrappings.  Fine English china cups and saucers.  Boutique   items,  local   artists   paintings.  f ^MMMM^OIM��W-l��WtM*'  I 'FLOATS' 1  DOCKS ���  \  With  RAFTS  Polystyrene  Floatation Billets  m.  anSonville  oLtu.  86 Gavinchy St., 985-7101  NORTH VANCOUVER  WMggfUMMMf*MM**MMMM***MM��9JN-\  C0M!N6 TO  COMING TO GIBSONS!  World Famous Gospel Singers  THE  FIREBRANDS  frorn Australia at  Glad Tidings  Tabernacle  Every Night, 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday, Nov. 7 through  Sunday, Nov. 12  Pastor - Nancy Dykes  I,...: ,. ^886^2660. -_;.. ,  i1""���" -iii-hm ____���_._���_._��������� mmiuFj  I NEW LINGERIE  I and LOUNGE WEAR  J IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS  I AT  ^ra^nlond  886-9941   1  Gibsons  en 5     Moml.��um..ni.o MltwUlo, mttko, tliulr  wIhIwn known to llio proHklonl, wlioll.i.r  thoy would ho into routed  In ohhi'loi'lnff  .��  Ihih Jul-, mi j.I'lernoun'N  Nhopplmtrin  Vi.lH'.lllVOI'.  A  koihI <iiu.|.(iiu.<.o  Ih I'oqu'onlod  for  ] >o  r.nv..ii.l).T munilnii,. wlum . Ihu oIkd.  ���111<)1L.<''r <>.'l'k'.iri..jiml. dlri'i.lu_'H���w_ll--lulu.  pinwj. Mm, Mni'lnn HuworliiiMn won lho  .nniiilily val'l'lo,  Tlio Moclal nx'olln.. wlll bo hold Nov.  fl mid Alio roHuliu' Nov. 1"()   both nl ��  ym, id llio lloallli CoalVo, qibHonn,  Seven-day vacation  I 4    . ,      . I  Hawaiian  years  SEVEfoTY-NINP GlhRons senior' citizens  **"Teliiivfiecl"Oeiri^wfj!dnr"'r*bovbnpclny "  vaadlon in Hnwuil, In mnny cnsos.ronl-  , izihlj, wbnl lhe .oi'Ri.nii'.ors 'term,,n "lifo-,  lonf,' dromn",  "Aflk anyone who wonl tn.ul I'm suro  tlioy will toil yon tlml ll took 10 yoni'M  off tholr ui!0," Hiikl h. D, Mneliiron,' who  rtponl many monlhri, plunnlhfi tho,,h:lp,  .During tholr.*"'yli.ll,, Ujo, pdnalQiioi-H  Hluyod nt Iho Nnptudnnl' Hol,ol in Honolulu, two mlnutoH di-K-'o I'rom exotic  "yVnlklkl Boiuih.   ."Mnny Hwnm In - lho unbelievable  wnlor, shopped, did hIkWooIijh 01. jUHt,  whnlbvor took tholr fnnoy," nald Mne-'  Ln^-on. "Thoro w��n nol ono kilo or borlni;  minuto nnd'mnny, wni>lcdMftf.tny two  wook'H."  "TrnvDlllnR7by Wnvdnlr, whoso hos-  pltnllty. In. 1'llnhlaand nil wook Was-Ire.--  H a  P��� ,__., ,        ���   , , .   ,   , mondouH, lourfi woro nrrnnHOd and plniv'  *t    -> i    1 ii"? i>V Ti     t����l< /oi-co won    nod to thp )mli}ulo,"  ho id.  "Ono-.of  plnyHln tho propngntlon, of fish' nlaukH was to lho Bird of' PiuwUhq Pnr1 .  <��i\��� hp.Mm yYPVi m\Mf M .1lW^..,Pim����. Manna, Vnl oy. w|iaru froo brcsaklast��� wn��  Tholr report, duo mld-Oolobui', should ho    ������ :���rW--���   vltnl lo doolMlon-mnklnf{, If it Is to rc-  .t!P)vort^|,lhlH^OtL.M|)|)l'MlHttUl,y.��,��ll,.goV40V����  nivnt  Io'voIh   Involvod, publlo   opinion  nuiHl bo .ox|��*phho(I now to duniunU hoiih-  Jblo nlltirniitlvos,  ���    "Wo'npponl  lo you in nupport  lliln  'dream trip' took  79 pensioners  fierved by n Hawnlinn sinning sonfis of  the islnnd,"nlpn|Ji with cxrilit1' cln.fclitft'*tiy'*'  n benutiful PolynoHii,u. girl,"  ' 'Noxl, tho senlori citizens woro tnkon  on n tour of (ho bird sanctuary and  throunh tho ({ardens,  Wednesday wns a particularly memorable dn,v for two df tho penHlonei's���  Daisy Dnyidsori and' J.*h,wt'cneb'.NriTl1 Thoy  woro married .In "n beautiful' woldlnR".  Hifihllgh't of the week, sold Mnularen,  was a trip to 3oa Llfo Park where they  .watched porpoises nnd whriles performing"  "fantastic"  Irloks.  Later In the dny', lhe senior' citizens  ���\vprp troptqcl to n porformnpeo by Charles  '������li;in'^'.'''Piii.viR 7fl"nG-' '-Mpi*l^i>iVo --"Brii toy-of- ,tho  Metropolitan Opera, who snng for the  'newlywpdfl'7M'It "wns  boyond dosoorlp-  ,.tlon,!*-��fm|d-Mnoln��:on,4,4i....4..4il,,,7.��� ,i.,. ,,.   "Slnoo pm1 .return. I (hnvo 'received  many ,tplop|iono cnllH i)ud-curds of tluuikH  ln^nppreqlRtlohT*^h*awflnl^r^*Th1fp'mT��lcqB"  it nil wor'thivbllp nnd I thank every ono  of Ihom;".'' -  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  -|p-ci;ii|r-Noverflber"l;  (ta*#-'iM��iffift***+,i '"^  on  Pgblic'Notice ishereby givoritthat ''au'���ouft('of''Revl'3l6'n,,wlir^c  Wednesdgy, November 1, 1972 at 10'a.m. in the Municipal Hall, South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., for the purpose of hearing,any complaints  respecting the list of voters fbr this Village Municipality which closed  at 5 p.m., October 2, 1972, and to correct, revise or���al1er the list. ,7   ���  The list, so corrected and certified by the Court, will be used for the  annual elections in December, 1972, and subsequent elections or sub-  'missions, until anew annual ,11st Is prepared arid certified 1rPaccbrdar.ee,  with the new Municipal Act,  DAVID JOHNSTON  October 12, 1972 ,, , Municipal Clerk  BATON  LESSONS'  s  fM'M ��� Wll ll ii B  i   fi\'   yyy  fry* 11^'  ry^.  jP"^, PVP   Pf*^1*   P>*W. PP%  PJiono  Mrs. Pat Muryn  886-2767  DRIVE WITH  CONFIDENCE  a safo car start* with good brako  WE ARE MOW EQUIPPED  TO TURN  PISC BRAKE ROTORS  Now oqulpment to compliment  our Serylco Policy, <i  _���:TURNED  i^^  CONVENTIONAI, DRUMS  HILLTOP MOTORS ���  :   ^nshlnpCpcist Highway      J  886*7343 I Glbions n  -"���    w1^    J^^    ff^  l^^Q i pw    P^    W99.    WH   |IWW    IPH     |R_j    ~~m   (WPPn  WCHian��i��te*^��i#^MtWa*t M"tt)��H*��^^W��aW*��*^*1��**��^^  OFFICE NOW OPEN  ,     I l' a  1538 Marine Drive  (So.ivlew Plaza)  GIBSONS      :  ,,..,, ,     . ,   . ,     ,.    ,,4,.-,      4�� J.���   >    ,,.���   -I  ��� , , _ ,        '/'       \'��.l        .,  HEADQUARTERS FOR  ^M^wiw^,^^  arry Olaussen  \i       '    '  '     '   ' i    i       ii '  ,      '      Sl '  \*h'  ClflBPFT^  'nlti L B��_?  DISTINCTION  ���rH" j *y_ ^fw^Mw^*"  Fit    '  EVERY  }QW Sunslilno Coast Hlgliway at Wyngaert Road, Gib  '���on'f   ''     ',  ^/nl\r pIS* /  ���A" LINOLEUM?  A" TltES  " HOl^flSi  Cloiod Monday, Open 9o,m. ��� 6 p.m. ���, Friday Night TH 9 riiri,  *wm����  .(^WittNW^^  r  UJ,  mttttrnftm^t...  ' (  �����    i. \  %  \  -\  \  \  . 4,... ^ li^it^tn^ti^tij^f  TV   ._$ '  -X..  \  \  The Peninsula Times 7 '      Page B-3  Wednesday. October 25,1972   _ _, ^_ . _  Frojn the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  I l.EAl^ a statement once that I- have  found to be very true. This person  said: "It is a strange fact of human nature that people can see the need in  others to repent but cannot see the need  in themselves." So many will point to  the drunk, the law breaker or the prison  inmate and forget about themselves. Why x_  this is I am not certain. But part of  the reason is the belief that good works  or a fairly decent life will place us in  good stead before the judgment seat of  God.  However, each one of us must confess  with Isaiah the prophet: "We have all  become, like one ^ho is unclean, and all  our righteous needs are like filthy rags."  OUr view of self is cloudy. We seem to be  able to spot the faults and spiritual  needs in others but are blind to our own  needs. And no wonder, as the Bible  says that, "the god of this world has  blinded the minds ofv the unbelievers."  As you read this why don't you take  a good look at yourself and consider whether you have actually repented. True  Biblical repentance involves more than  mental assent to a few scriptural statements. It includes a contrite heart, and  a total surrender of yourself-desires, talents, possessions���to the Lord Jesus  Christ.  Far-reaching implications feared .,. V x  Pankratz demands statement  on tax threat to forestry  Kav Wollc  foatiirorl JEMrikm_m__m____M_________m__^^  1 ' S ���������'  7.    - '_* ���___!_     ���'"���7. ,_4,.' '''    m. m___}_m-m: 9  V  AT A recent  e^II  candidatesxi'orum  held  last week at "100-Mile House, ruany  residents heard all the carididates^ans^wer  questions of interest to Cc,ast.:Chilco.i__  riding.. '  However, the most explosive question  of the evening was. asked Liberal Paul  St. Pierre,- incumbent, and it uncovered  a situation with the most critical consequences for the fordst industry within  B.C.  The questioner asked St. Pierrer if he  was not aware of the present situation  of the forest industry under the.Liberal  government's tax legislation.  As the law stands at the moment the  Department of National Revenue, he  said, is enabled to re-assess many companies for tax purposes and to disallow  the costs of acquiring various kinds of  timber positions, in British Columbia.,  The questioner was concerned that the  denial of this basic business expenditure,  as a deductible or depreciable cost for  tax purposes could prove an intolerable  burden to an already over-taxed industry.  It was pointed out that in many cases  the costs involved in purchasing timber  rights were very large and that a continuing supply of timber is a basic essential for the continuance of the forest  industry business. The questioner also  understood that this taxation would be  applied   retroactively   and   he   was   con-  V    "7*T  cerned   that   the   situation   as   a-whole .  could  have7{ar  reaching  and   disastrous  results for  this  riding.  He   asked   what   steps,   if- any,   the  ��� government proposed taking to help  tltfe  industry   and   thus   keep   the   economic  and employment situation in the riding^  from deteriorating.  St. Pierre" said that as far as he knew  the government had no intention, of al^  tering the act and that in any case its  interpretation should be left to lawyers.  The average man could not understand  these  things,  he said.  At this point, the Progressive Conservative candidate John Pankratz, demanded that the government make its  position on this point clear before the  election in view of the very serious effect  that this legislation could have" on the  economy of the riding.  In an "interview after the forum Pank^  ratz stressed the extreme seriousness of  the situation. "The repercussions of this  could effect all levels of society, all walks  he said.  "I am most concerned that the government has seen fit to enact this law  without due regard to this basic industry  in B.C. and I am even more concerned  that the' incumbent MP has not seen- fit  to defend his constituents when their  future livelihood is threatened. Much  more will be heard of this," he said.  Pankratz   went   on   to   explain   that  at art gallery hop  MRS. KAYWells, with exhibits in \he^  \j3ritish Columbia Gallery and:the Buchanan Gallery will be the feature artist  at the "Sunshine Coast Art Galleiy Shop  in the Credit Union buildi-.'*- at Sechelt  for the two weeks which began Oct. 24.  > The gallery is opsn from Tuesday to Saturday and is maintained by volunteers.  Although! first known for her pastel  flower studies, Mrs.. Wells has alsoxpro-  duced many oils, especially landscapes of  the area, two of which, Mrs. Isabel Dawson, former MLA had in. her office in  Victoria. This time she will show oil a-nd  pastel flower studies as well as the landscapes 4__-��ilr-  fcayciway for Christmas NOW  ond SAVE Yourself i^NEY  ��� ALL LAY AW AYS REQiJ{RE  10%  DOWN  ���it Pick up Layaway before December 5  and we will DEDUCT an additional  10%  On all orders over $20. \  FOR  EXAMPLE:  Your Items Cost _. . ... $50.00  Layaway Deposit   _'___ ... $ 5.00  Discount for early Pick-up   $ 5.00  As well as the gallery, there is a well-  stocked of shop of the work of other artists on the Peninsula, including pottery,  candles of varied styles, hasti-notes. petit-  A point and jewelry, especially jade. There  is also a selection of ceramic mobils.  to his knowledge concerned representa-  ' tives of the forest industry had for some  - of life and every industry in B.C.,"  government reaction to this law. They  ��� had, he said, met on several occasions  , with Mr. Benson and senior government  " Officials   without   any   progress.  : Pankratz said that this was the time  for the government position to be made  clear to the voters not after the election  when it might be too late to save the  many jobs that are threatened in B.C.  and this riding in particular.  NOW YOU  ONLY PAY  $40.00  AT YOUR  Campbell 5  Uarietu cJLtd.  ctrieiu  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  ^jrMggggggggjgggggggjgggggggggfggggggggggggggggigigggggggggggggggggggggggggggggtggggm_\  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  BUILDING 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.  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.  AUTO SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERYICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIDSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  HOURS:  .  Scchalt: Tuos.-Thurs, 10,0,111.-3 p,m, ���  Fri, 10 a,m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a,m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons; Mon.-Thurs, 10 a,m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m,-6 p.m.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIAAATES  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  CONTRACTORS  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 Availoble.  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  I.       "i        a   11 ii                 '' '  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - DrlY<?-Ways - Septic Tank��  Stumps �� Ditch Lines  ���  Coll For A Froo Esllm'qto Any Tlmo     ���  TED DONLEY-       Pondor Harbour 883-2734   WATBR m  For Expert Blasting  nH0K_MH_idin*����4mfiit\  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 805-2304 L. C. Emerson  >��� If No Answer Leave Message at   ���  , .   885-9326 .     ,  R.R, 1, Socholt, B.C.  COAST BACKHOE 8, TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill/ G^molf^G^velF brain Rofcl<fetc.  Box 89, Madeira Park   - "���' fhone,;8B3-2274^ -��� -"   COAST DRYWALL  Drywal! and Textured ceilings  free Estimate  ���i:^.l.wphoii6w..88^-76j43..  DOUBLE R TRUCKING      Sand'���Gravel and Fill  Light Clearlng..and..Excavating  Phone 886-7109 after 5 p.m.  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 - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Jo'o'Mctaniir^^  Phone 883-9913  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  *S��i. *if.n.viW*��Wlast), i.ft^'riMM*St;����W*S*ii***.fll-*&)a84����a��4(i!f4. VM *MUiVilH(S,!wyi..-*i*S->ii-rt4iSfyiM WfrttW" Mi*"^i_ 6MW**.**  Phone Day or Eye. 885-2062  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  PAINTING  & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone,885-2107 ______  -���*-'-  L & H SWANSON LTD.  RJ^Dt:Ml^v^NCRETE77;    ".'  Sand oqd,Grava|-(Backhoos        ,   .,  Pitching - Excavations  pdRPOISE PAY ROAD ,     ,  , ���   '    (now H,a||iShoot Motal.Building) ,|  885-9666f,Pox MZ, Socholt, B.C.  PHONE 885^9)550  RON'S CONfRACtiHG  ' Clcqrlno - Excavations - Road Bulldlna.  Grading - Fill" Roqd Grayel -.Crushed Rock.,,  Phono: Sochelt 885-9550  1   .���  BUILDERS  ���T **��. *J *->������ -JAWM-frW  CONCRETE F6RM RENTALS  ��� FOR' ALL TYPliS, OF, DABKMENJS ,  liABY ".RIICTION AND, STRIPPING  '     'Co|..|.latQ ln'.i||..��tli)|l!i Piovlctofl  FISHER FOftM RENTALS  886 9951  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD  RESIDENTIAL- OR- COMMERCIAL  ; CONSTRUCTION ',  ,    %  Bojr868rScchdt*-r 885-2692  i( & S BACKHOE  RR No, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  W��Rou!B.??_��_c^^^  ���' "VVpalm'to pIoqsq','     . .  SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  ��� General Contractor ���  Residential Wiring and .Plumbing  883-2426, Box 55, Madeira  Park  FUEL  F  Ln'-  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ��� SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 8832663  .Vs. V.".!.. ^f     '���>!>.1*^1.1'^ Ja;'.iif|l\7   ''      l'.S...'f t      ..l'1!-!.!.'^. I^_   'a ���...���,-,>.   a,-..-;...-  Madeira Park, B.C,  FURNACES  i^iwifl**(*��f<*l-tw*wW  Land Clearing " Rwd Building .  Tioq Topping ? .SqIocIIyp Logging  PETE DUBOIS  ' Telephone 883-2417  _R> R. Jl, JA^pjRLlLark,. J.C, :,  P.V., SorYlecs Ltd.  LOG .HAILING CONTRACTOR  .' Dime, all onqulrloa to:'  '  wr" i��(p._M.. hy <y^<ii' ai��� i;a>i-ik.- fc. ,ar ���-  t**r\t ^jja*.     '���*    'i^.a^^fOwi.a.' *T___*'_(l*^*_i"*" *���#"  Plipnlchor at 005-9030, ��vc��, 086-7373  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES- ' '  No down payment - Bank Interest  Ton yoa'rn to cay  For froo o_llmotcs--Cc.il 381-6136 collect  ,.,,...      cdmnlola'llno'of oppllanc'os; -���-.���  HAIRDRESSERS  Olflco' Hours 8i30 a,in, lo -i.30 p,m,  READY-MIX CONCRETE AN<>  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Onb Stop Bu|ldlnd Stor��  For All Your OMlldlno Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPUES LTD,  1653 Seavlow - Phone 886-2642 '  i   - ��� ���     11   ��� '       ���  Hit 1 llWM[i_H| ipiWlit4tti4fntmi44m��liMgH H*il'ai��ll|iij��WjngWjtWlWB-JillWWfu'JMWX'l*t-W-ITB-lWH><' WWHWMMtfc^-W.����i:Jl��Wlm_.��lgi*Bi|l-*a|���   MORRIE'S CONCRETE,,  Placing and Flnlslilng  Floors - Pallos'- Stairs' ,.  ,  .   ,Walk"�� - Drlvoways  Froo Estimatot Phono 885-9413  ANN'S COIFFURES  ��� 'in tfia Bal Block  No��t to the Co-op Stor��  ' Gi^fom �������������--��������--"�����--���.�������-��<.-��������'4��������~~�� 806-2322.  i          "    ���     i  * *    ��  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanno Alien', proprietor  Expert-Hair-Sty I Irig  885-2818  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 .Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  . RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S ~  BUILDING MAINTENANCB         '        Spijcialliing jn;    Paper Hanging, interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation,  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  '���^���^'���^42''I"'sie(i'^ti'Ccr''1"'''"''"''''' "".'  MACHINE SHOP  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERYICE LTD,  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ������ Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Reoolrs  Standard Marino Station  Phon�� 886-7721   R". B86-9996, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES   ��� Your Chrysler Dealer for Sales ond Sorvlco  REPAIR SHOP  Parking 9.d -Moorago Availablo  TILLICUMtBAY MARINA  Colin'and Evelyn McKlnnon  Jim qnd Iris Miller  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  ���" ' '" ���"'*��� 895-2190M���,--- -.���" "  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  fiWlll��^ai*ii*_--4..wM4V����iMa��Wt^��.��^W iMi-iWW*��>wBitfWWftt��^rtr>-j|��T*iW��a  Marino Way?' tb 42'  ��� ���   ��� Bottom Ropalra  883-2535  ,       Box 7 -Gordon Day, B.C.  MOVING and STORAGE  -,r_ len WRAY'S TRANSFER-  -    HouiiQhold Moving, Pocklnp, Slorauo  Pu-ikliio Mciloilalu Pur !"nlo  Monihor'ol All. ml Von Lliioa,  Caiintlo'n N��.  I  Muvqm  Phono 886-2664, RR 1. Gibsons, B.C.  PLUMBING ANP  HE AT I IMG  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes -All Work"'Guaranteed'  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steomfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  LTD-  Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533   Everything for the,Do-It-Yourselfer ,,;,....  Con.rae. & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coatos 886-9533 - 886-7872  RENTALS  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS        ""^"  ^���-������MMMM       I I   MH^_^^M-_-__-----_M^fBM  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small   7  885-9832 Sech**  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt  Lumber  Building  Wharf St., Box 607  Sechelt, B.C. ���  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Ba>   '  Sechelt, B.C,  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  .-..)���_  A. C. Rentals  Sunshine Coast Highway ond  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at, Dayli Bay  "Wo Ront or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cemont Mixers - Lawn Rakos  --    ��    '    > Mechqnlc's Tools    ���  PHONE 885-2848 -^24 HOUR SERVICE  ,    ; AFTER Ht)URS 885-2151     ��� ���  RETAIL STORES  NURSERY  Cowrlo*St77!a'  Socholt, B.C.  Your Business Card  In this' spqco' will  roach nearly 10,000 pooplol  Low coat - High power  MACK'S^MURSERY~R6WrCrQQ^  Landscaping - Shrubs -'Fruit Tree* - Fertilizer  Barry Plants'�� Peddlng Plants - Poet /Whs   '  Fully Llcented Poiilcldo Spraying for  Landscaping arjd Trcw ^     H  Sunshino Coast Hwy.*-!*!.- 886-26��4  ���wwwin'ii ai im ii min���ww������mmmm���m  OPTOMETRIST '_  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Dol Block -' Gibson*  i i i  Every Wednesday  886-2248  C ��1 S HARDWARE  "" "^"'"TsRMiitfr^cr *1"* '""  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HdMrFORKjlSHI.NGS"'  Phone 885-9713  THE TOGGERY  Ladles' and Children's Wear  Open si* doys o week  ~��� Phone 885-2063 ���-���-r  Cowrie Stroot, Secholt  Sunshine Coast Highway  Bon 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phon* 886-2700  SAl-ESmNPiSERYICE      "'     ,7  All Brands Availabl*  Monday to Saturdayv.8;30>a,m,',ito.j5:30p,m.7'..  *"'     Friday evening,by appointment only.       r  TOWING  &ijmt-.mrmm-i&W'4mwte}&ii&&2  P ito^J|ai_B��^i)si^iVl.ir,v:)ife!��fKi.i(aJb*i.��j_itl.  -Scows^-^^Logs-  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885^9425  TREE TOPPING  ^iiim-n.ii inn in i ii ww������������������������._���p���mm ���^���i������_>-���������^^���������  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  Fully'lnsured '"  DANGER TREES TOPPED  ,     SELECTIVE CLEARING ,  ,  '    '' 777i7"7 i'.!l���',���"'.��� 77' "7"7    .".. '���'���.''��������� ",7,'t  7. ���'   ,  Groator YancoMyor      Sochelt Peninsula  29I.Q750 885-9711  T.V. and RADIO  Pondor Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical  -   Pluriiblno  - Appllancas  TVs - Furnlluro and Carpols  P.O. Box 150. Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Francis Peninsula  -" ��� .    ,      i      i    '  ROOFING AND FLOORING  CALtrSTAN-HILSTAD  tf_t((llW*M��r*ftSlttf*a*l*W4.VW^-<t!S4^^  rk.N �����?*'fc<*j   ' ' ,"���'*4-'W*#��lS*^WWH#*S!��Sl  ROOFING AND FLOODING NEED5  Phono 886-2923  Gower Point Road .���  YOUR AD its THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES   <  *tHtaj_Bi. IX I. \*il'9tlimlU*vmtint _-WWW.grt��i��WBM��W4MWl����l����������^l^^  tfc1l<l(-H<WMHyi|ll-mK��W.  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  '  Solos ond Sorvlco  ���  Authorized Dealer and Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola) & PHJLCO ,  Cowrlo  Street, Secholt  ���- Phone  883-2171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ��� . ELECTROIIOMG   . . ,  ond'   ZENITH    DEALERS     ,      -..  Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson, ���  In The Heart Of Downtown Sechoty  Box 799, Socholt ,, 885-93)6  _    CLOSUD OKI MONDAYS      7 ,'    !  1 n 11 111' ��� wmmmm^m^mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmimmimwmmmmi  -UPHOLSTERY^-^^^-^^ 1  f-nn-lHi-iHiMMiiMii'iwim iiii_nimiii_B_.ilim  mi)ii�� ���' im������1���11    mow)   ���  BLAIR CIJSTQM UPHOLSTERY    [-  7 AND DRAPERIE$ '^,7  ' t    . . v     <       ; l ��� '  ����� 1 ,'���'��� f.  ReuphoUtorlng -, Restyling �� Complete Drapfiy  Phono 886-2050  (mW^li uuMMfUi-ite*. mMWWKfjOL' ^WaWm>     i **'��'**  -���/ USE THIS   BUSINESS DII^ECfORV  TO REACH  ,.' 10,000 PEOPLE  THE TIMES, 885-9634  *"^f   i ,    V*-**1* IT*.    *H  WfrW imW-Wwi tWMiBWlwIiWIi W^^iM_llwWhll-��  nfMf<V#M4N��7^MffS4��nun(paWWt>^>^  MW_��^i_Mi,Wii.itHw��uiw.  ttt'VQmw&rf&i*.  >W!*��t��j)wtf-iiMiH.aTmnwim. w��i>ja^M��Wf  II       I   I   (  il   <���_ "  ,.t Jfc.^.nt^mt.-f'1 ."inH'l  l_.  jit.MM Mr       .  �� fi  \  X  7  A  \  \  Page B-4  \  The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, October 25, 1972  X  ���^  __  ^  iAi  w  WiltaaHyil^UHlKIHKI^ptW  .' -V  /.  "-     \  \  ��MMMmNwmiMMmi  %  e eaSu wa  u wau  I  To keep up with your community   activities,   read  T '��� ���    ���  7  The Times. And for shopping, you'll save steps  and time if you look through The Times advertisements first before you start running aroimd  after the best bargains! 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'a  wU��MW��W>U'-lilwJM.tM<W  tJ~i j-^5ir^^��^r������'i��w^Mai{iHit)Mimi��  wjjesw^f^oafiwMVKi *!wpwi#.HfiM*s* rat-fr* t_  WwjWliilwAS^ H^f"W  "-'ii��h ,   ^ (m  **JBr   ___?l_^   v*.  tf�� 7^ <J^ JS.  Vol*'     -i-M* '   _-__ ^     i__F  tfH^r^.M^m^l^i  . ��.. i M \  X  The  Peninsula Times Pacje B-5  Wednesday, October 25> 1972  ]ohn\ Pankratz visits  lor iniafmctl gatherinct  UP TQ 200 people enjoyed coffee and  donuts at an informal gathering, Sunday afternoon at the Trail Bay Mall in  Secheit. To meet and tail: .with John  Pan..tatz7Pto6rf.s.-ive Conservative candidate for Coast Phiicoti^i; with his wife  Peg  and  4 sons. \  It was an afternoon of informal and  relaxed chat needing tn say, Jol.rTpai.k-  iatz wai. very much in.pre_.sed with the  intci-esf shown by llic Sun.shinc Coast  residehts, and, the many new friends' he  and his family made.  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLAGE  DON'T-MESS IT UP!  mmi-t*im*_*iV-*i_im*it**^mrt_amrmMmmmmtlwmMm_***mm  '       - ��� i i        ~  CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE  ^rran/est ^Jt  ^ect  bazaar  Sechelt Legion Hall  Thursday.  October 26  Adults 50t ��� Children 25c  2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  \\  \  w  FOR TRANSPORTAT  7'r#'iHE'Mi_t$''7''.-.  For lhe October 30 General Election  ���   >y0 y   ��� :���-    -   - -:    - -.-��� "^ - \."       ������'������   ..   :     Call: -    77,7, :,  .-,?'**_   7 .    ��� ��� \ �� '....������������  Gibsons 886-7436  ^ht_alt_8M5^205 8  Llbet&i  Tennis courts at  Elphinstone  A   joint   student-teacher-community School. This picture shows students  tennis court-construction program is and  teachers    clearing    the  tennis  under way, at Elphinstone Secondary court site.  Student teacher, community .;. .  Elphinstone tennis-court units  hailed as cooperative project  The Man who truly  believes in listening to  the people in the riding, their NEEDS and  WISHES and DESIRES.  JOHN  ���7 m%W mm I7.-H. _| mm  wWMw- '���  * 717''  i _ t  x Ami)  ,   !     * 'l  CONSERVATIVE  . ._ I   T     i-.r, UV   -���* .   .A. '    ���___!  Progressive-Conservative  Coasr-Chilcotin Riding  Party  CONSTRUCTION of a community tennis:  '' court"' facility at "Elphinstone Secondary School is seen by Jim Weir, math  and physics teacher at the school, as the  start 7pf a 'new trend in student-teacher-  community co-operation.  "The teachers are really trying to  promote things and get involved- in the  community," Weir told the Times. "I hope  the4enni$,.cp,urt-construction program is  evidence, of a trend, with the community,  students and teachers working hand in  hand."  The project aims at providing three  tennis courts for use by the community  us well as students and future plans include provisions of coaching facilities  for junior and senior tennis clubs.  Site, of the proposed courts was or-,  iginally a disused area of bush on the  school grounds. Work is now underway  to clear the site, with stuudents volunteering many of their leisure hours to  cut down trees and clear scrub.  . Responsfe .from the community has  been extremely encouraging, according  to Weir, one of the originators of the  project.  Bob Dodyk, owner of Superior Paving in Gitjsons, came forward with "an  extremely 'generous offer", to provide asphalt for the court, said Weir, and local  c'6n_;t"fu(fti'o_v firtns have donated the use  of heavy equipment for clearing operations.  Weir also sees the project as important  in introducing tennis to the area.  "The community has never really had  . the  faculties  for   tennis    coaching,"   he  said.   f'AM" they   have   never   had   tlie  opportunity to see good tennis."  He felt; once the facilities were there,  ,,,,tennis.,,,1c9ul$ w.eHbegome, an , important,  sport tp thie area.  "There are Iol of team sports in the  area," he ,expiated,- '*bu|^- not. many  'social' sports such as tennis or ice skating.- This la evidenced by the number of  kids you see.hanging .around the streets  With  nothing  tn do."  Construction of the courts will provide  students with valuable practical experience in their particular subject, he  felt.  "For instance, a cla.Cs rn the industrial  sciences wing is studying suryeying.-They��  have been out there calculating the  amount of fill required and tfiis type of  thing. Once We start building thie'courts  themselves, the carpentry class can help,  with the back'porch and w'e7can get  the metalwork class to put up the fence.  "This is putting Into practice what  they learn in the classroom arid giving  then, practical problems."      -'������;���      .    \:  Weir   said   the  main   need" now   was'  ���for'heavy-'equipment to 'help with cleaK  ing  the  site  and  any  offers  from-local:  , firms  would   he  greatly   appreciated.   -'-,'  This  week,  the- students  plan'to cut  up   and   sell   fhe   lumV.ct-   for   cprdwrood  to help fund the project, and Weir predicts   the  first-asphalt   will-be   laid .in.  early   spring. . ���' *  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  '������ This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  'LT(3, Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  .Pad". Please note that space is limited ahd some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always'carry fiill details.  Sechelt News Notes  Custom Ornaments ^  7 Railings Installed from >6,0QI'pbr (K-up ���  Erwin |<iosclbach  Phono 865.931 \  Shell Service  GOLLYWOG birthdate contest at the Re-  bekah Bazaar was won by Mrs. Thel-  ma Young, a visitor from Toronto, sister to Mrs. Flo Hicks at Davis Bay. Her  birthdate, April 22, very pleased to be returning to" Toronto with her prize.  The weekend of Oct. 15 saw the return of some very happy senior citizens  from Hawaii. Sechelt ladies were Mrs  Madge Hansen, Mrs. Alice Batchelor,  Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, Mrs. Josie Reid, Mrs.  Flo Jeffreys, Mrs. Ann Todd, Miss-Ann  Ross, Mrs. Mildred Whittaker.. Mrs.  Thicke, Mrs. Newman and a former, resident Mrs. Lily'Dunlop.  They staged at the Natualani Hotel on  Waikiki Beach. The highlight for eight  of the ladies Was a visit to- the Senior  Citizen Centre arranged by Mrs. Flo Jeffreys. Five branches use this centre with  something happening every hour. At the  time of their visit the King and Queen  for Aloha Week were presiding over the  activities that day. The director called  up the Canadian visitors and introduced  them, then the Royal pair took off their  leis and placed them on our ladies necks  ���a gesture that, went right to their  hearts.  The Rebekah's and Oddfellows grand  reunion held Saturday, Oct. 21 were honored by a visit from, the'Past Grand Master of B.C. Lodge, Mr. James Miller and  his wife from Vancouver.  "VIr. J, Miller's- cousin; Miss Mary  Steele of Gibsons is the District Deputy  ., President pf .Sunshjn.e,Lodge No.,82. Mrs.  Carrie Surtees from Halfmoon l3ay won  ��� the quUC, this ls the second time she has  done this, Mrs. j. Miller won the door  prize.  ���It .was   n   wonderful  turnout   of  Master of Ceremonies Mr; Jack Bounty hn.d71��,.fi9ptl..,'ppogi;nmf.,yi.)ih.,iMr.h,B,oJ).  Keoley on the banjo playing Home f.oort  old timo Western U\nw, Mrs. Allco  Frond, did n ro.ulin.. m well ��,s Mrs, Jon-  nle HHor,  Past Grqnd. Maslor J, }AU)q,\< rIiowocI  7filma on tho btift.'lond of HluclonlsUiluii.  on'npllgrlmago to-Now York for n visit  lo the U.N. ,  ���  Mrs, Kny Fnrrell enrno up from Vancouver" to pnrtnkb In ...'-.'reunion, nl��o  Mrn. Mnrfini'ol WIho, Mph. Loltlo Pontic-  Ihwalte Rtnyedovcr to vif.it with Miu Z.  MuCroft, .  .��� The BCHA Convention held nt lho IIo-  tol Vimcouvor Oct. 17 to Oct, 10 provided  much pertinent information to tho clolo.  .p., Rittos , intending,.Bourd --amcjmboi'H i fron1  hero woro Mrs. lilvo, Moscrip, Mm, Marj,  ,Mor��nih Mr. "RrnJo Booth, Dolopto unci  obHorv6i'Ha,|'or��tho*Auxlllnry*Dlvlfilon"*w^rn  jfvfrn, lint Clrnfo. Seoholt; Mi'fl. QU\dyn ]i.n\-  ttldo,  Mrn,  M.U"K.,roti*Artbu<!l.lo,   HoborlM  Crook; Mrn, Dooloy Mi^on and'Mi'H. l.onj(-  olly 'from GII)nonHi Mrn, Dorcon Dui'kur  from Port'Mollonj Mrs. Evolyn Ol��en'nnd  Mrn.   aiopluuiellu   B'vn\.U>   from   I'nndor  'Httrboul' ttnd Mrn, P<W!y , Coiinor, Vol-  '.untoor Dlroolor from Co-Onllnutlnn Coo-  .,, TI.Ib.vwh llu>. Rflih AnnuiilConfoVoncp  for tho liCHA nnd tho Siflth for tho Aux--  ri,Jl,UnrjKH, DIvlHloiiH.Jt In hnrt| to hhhohh Juitt  how mtjioh In lonrnod ��t i\ cdnforonco lint  ono thlnn for nuro'In thu.tno ono onn no  mird not lonrn ftomothlnK.   '    -  ������"  Qrcnt pinoo for moot I ii(i7n()w pooplo,  notllnit now Idona for'old problomn, Turn-  fid put to, ,bo n mootln/j of old I'rlondn,  *for^e^n(lm,|nlfltrntorn^MrH"llll"-lVIIIII/{nii  ' \Vnft thoro from Ynndcrhnof, tho limt nd-  ;minlntrntor from tho old Pt, Mnry'3 Hon*  "pltnl whoi\ nt Vendor Ilfirbour,  Mi;,  Tony. WnK��mnlu.r  nnd  bin  wlfo  ���by Peggy Connor  Betty, now administrator at Mills Memorial Hsopital, Terrace, egging on his auxiliary there by telling all the work the  auxiliaries here do.  The UCW Ladies for St., John's took-  the services starting of Church Week and  did very well. Their pot luck supper on  the 18th of October was most successful  with 75 people enjoying the delectable  food served. Guests were Rev. Williamson and a Youth Worker Mr. Robb Chubb  Who helped with a jolly sing song with  the aid of Ann Inglis, Emily Fraser and  Bruce Campbell.  Harrassment of people living alone  seems to be a favorite Halloween, sport  of those with weak minds. Do. a kindness  to your lonely- neighbor w!hom you think  might be living in terror of Halloween,  keep a watchful.eye on them.  ���  Get. 25-^-8 p,pi., Bingo, Sechelt Legion Hall  Oct. 25���2 p.m. to 4 p.m.," St. Aiden's Church Hall, Roberts Creek,  Fall Bazaar  Oct. 26���2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sffchelt Legion Hall, Catholic Women's  League Harvest Tea and Bazaar.  .Oct. 267-8 p.m., Bingo, Pender Hqrbpdr Comrr.uh.ty Hall  Oct.r27���-8 p.m., Bingo, Sechelt Indian Hall  Oct. 27���r-l-Q a.m., Wilson Creek Community Assoc. Coffee Party,  Wilson Creek Hall.  Oct." 27���7:30 p.m., Area 'B' Ratepayers Assoc. General Meeting,  ��� Welcome Beach Hall:  .Oct. 'W;4���6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Gibsons Athletic Hall, ski swap sale, used  ..   skr (equipment to swap or seJI.  Oct. 28--2:-00 p.m., Branch 69 - SCA Fall Bazaar and Tea, Legion  Hall, Sechelt  Oct. 26���Bottle Drive, First Sechelt Cubs and Scouts  Nov. 4���8 p.m., Wilson Creek Community Assoc General Meeting.  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Greater Vancouver  Area  ZEr.ith.302V  II  ;S_.*1JiaW_��VIflAi.  .Sa#��(itlia>;  ft 1!��W��*��('**��W��)����!��1:?!' *   foW^��^**!l%l1H*��.J_��(fl��a^W,��Wf*p*  U-m ( *   . ���  PINING LOUNGPTIT^FlZ^n!-  Closed Mondays  mmmm  NO CABARET  'til Rbmembrciiicf Pay  ���nfrjwMjwn* ^      ' ��-iiiaWB��'*<WMH����-��i.tfWW<iwyiWfflWW��p*        ���J&i4!ra&ii4't*ii^-i*mtpta&i4-' *v^*)^^^ff_BiWJcWJBiW#����-^^  885-2311  6uta -cJJlntna'-'cJLi  Sunshine Const  Hwy - Sochftlt  eltuti  ounae  fr  Saturday and Sunday SpocLil  ..,ii..hw..(.^>iY. rpjf"��i_*r .i- f^t  \    SPRING CHICKEN  t2��4t   FULL COURSE DlNNEft  I   ��  In   .  h'l��  (.Itaa-|Vt)Ui>V*K>a,<l.  ffwyff'iUi.JLJI'J^g'  m  ^WM.4 ^WaifSWaaiS^M-^fMiSS***^  "I mm\  m���  <$m  ���^<f*f4wi*sfa��i��p*w**f��  ^>M^.^V��fl��WHS^yi^  4      I .  BW|^'t)wpnj��-1wi mihw wla-n  ii^iwiUiM^wii-iiw^w  mpmmi*!m<m*)>ito>im  mm^Ji^mi����m>  m^mmmm  wmmmtt^mmm*.  *,>.*������  S"  -,.���'���!������  \t   i'  I      'I  '���  I'  , \  7T    \  \      \  w ,  .<       i  V  The Peninsula Times  Page B-6  Wednesday, October 25,1972  V  .     '���'  Ottawa Report  ���The Times X)ttawa Bureau  HOUSE OF MINORITIES  OTTAWA���Canada   appears   headed,  for  another   minority  government  as   the  election   campaign  reached  the  close   of  its  first  phase.  It is expected to be a Liberal minority government although if Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's campaign does" riot  catch fire in the second half, the Liberals  could end up losing .many more seats  than they expected. There are complaints  from Liberal workers that the P.M. has  been running a "reaction" campaign.  Th^y say that, he \s "reacting" to the  charges of his two principal opponents,  Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield  and New Democratic Party Leader David  _ Lewis. Instead of being positiye and setting out the accomplishments of his government and what he plans for the next  four years, the Prime Minister is answering  his opponents.  Liberal organizers at ��� headquarters in  Ottawa say* the strategy calls for the  Prime Minister taking a more .positive  approach in the second half of the campaign. He will come out fighting and  stop being on the defensive, they, promise Liberal candidates who are worrying about how "flat" the P.M's appeal  has been in the first half.  The election will be won or lost in  Ontario. The major changes will come  in rural Ontario and Metropolitan Toronto, in Quebec and in British Columbia.  Political observers see the Liberals "dropping as many as 18 seats in Quebec to'  Realv Caouette's Social Creditors and to  the Conservatives under the drive and  direction of Claude Wagner.  When   the   House   of   Commons ..w^as  .  dissolved the Liberals held 147 seats, the  Conservatives 73; NDP 25; Social Credit  13;   there   were   two   Independents   ahd  four vacancies.  At this half-way point in the campaign indications are the Liberals wi'l  return with between 130 and 140 seats.  The most optimistic Liberals say they  will get 140 or more seats. The more pessimistic see the party coming back with  130 or less seats. It would appear that  it will be a safe bet that there will be  a minority government in the next parliament.  If the Liberals- lose 15 seats over-all  they will be heading up a minority administration. At this writing it appears  that the Liberals will lose that many  constituencies   or  more.  They expect to pick up one or more  ridings in the Maritimes, drop several  in Quebec and Ontario, hold their own  or win two more ori the Prairies and  drop some seats in British Columbia.  The Liberals recognize they have got  to hold most of the seats they had in the  last parliament. in rural Ontario and  Toronto, if they are to return with a  position of power. Traditionally Conservative in its voting trends, south rural  Ontario went Liberal under the impact  of Trudeaumania in  1968.  However Trudeaumania appears to  have lost its impact on the voters. It is  true that the curious still turn out to  see this "swinging" Prime Minister and  like to get close to him, but they are  disappointed because he is no longer the  "swinger". He is strictly a collar, tie and  shirt man, No more the sandals and  open sport shirt. No longer is he the  fun-loving' bachelor. Now he is the more  dignified,   responsible  family   man.  During the first half of the campaign  journalists travelling with him said ho  gave the impression that his heart really  ,���,,,���was,,ngl in the. campaign,, that -he "was  going through the motions, reluctantly.  Tho Prime Minister is the first to admit  , tUut... he  cannot  deliver a. speech .from   a text, lie Is much better with un-  l-olieai-Hod, unwritten 'speeches, giving ji  .spoiiUiuoiHiN off-tlio-culT reaction to qucH-  tions. ��� ,  when lie comes up with retorts such us  iho. ono niudo to a man who asked when  lie was going to provide lho "Just Society" ho had promised; Tho P.M. replied  thai Jesus Christ had promised the jusl,  society two thousand years ago and ll  was still not hero, Ho suggested tho man  put tho same question < to Je^ua tho next 7  tlmo hq saw him   That wan' bad enough, but when tho  Prime Mlnistor iihocI profanity  In Van-  ,   couvor tolling jtJiqckl.gr. to "1<~ -.. oH", ho     ,  lost  tho^piu'ty,, voles. snld  tho  worried ���  Grits,  Thoy  hnvo ploadod  with him  to  avoid profanity In lho ..ampali-jn,'  Trudeau Is his own man, Ho does not,  - lho Jmago; maker.! unci clops not t..l_,_  Kindly lo pooplo lolling him how ',i.  ..nmpnl/.n,   MuMiiUinu Hub Htanl'lokl I'or-llio Torlo;.  and David LowIm lur lho NDP aro pound-  inn away Hlondlly al tho Hovornmont'ii  -,rocui'ti,,m.Thuiv4~nro��-t'(illlnf1'*~()ii"*"tlic"'"Pr|ino  Minister to ammiu i'or ll.o high uno'm-  , ploymonl, tho rising. Inflation and tho  nnomploymont insurance moss. vyhluh an-  ponnr to bo hi.iiUI._if out' money wholo-'  ii��Je to those; whofnro ou|7of 'work nncl  making little effort lo lako Jobw that  may como available  There aro reports, Ihal tho Unomploy.  _.jm!iit.JnHuriine(uJ(,uiid,nu.y.ruiV.up,tt.doCv  lc,Lof_ ono billlon <MhiV* ll>1" y(W> Stan-  iiolfl UibniH thin a major scandal. ;  InWiroM. in llio eiimpi'lgn it. oxpt.cli.fl  lo Pick up uti tho OutoW no voting day  drawn donor. In many aroait of tho conn-  u;.v half way thruunh llus uamnalwi tho  olouturaUi UppunriHl apalhotlu, This m\\y  u\ '�����i:��'��.'V..,MU��l*y Mf lli��,vu|��r.. havuak  roiuly iniulo up llio Ir iuIiuIh how thoy aro  HoIdk  to, vuto und  no  amount  of cam  ���-pni/?ninpriiy-iivd^cnTiuiurnr<vr wm' ffiun����  , tholr minds.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  TT-  DOUBTLESS due_to the .outcry caused  in this area bjK the stoppage of work  on the highway, and by the number, of.  telephone calls made to Don Lockstead  and the Highways Department, work was  resumed on October 18 after only a two-  day  layoff.  This was a matter on which Area B  Ratepayers' Association took strong action and got results, so why not support your association by making a point  of attending the general meeting to be  held Friclay, Oct. 27th at 7:30 p.m. at the  Welcome Beach Hall. If you have problems about roads, water, -garbage,, pollution and the like, this, is the place to  voice them.  The Halloween party planned by the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  for. the children on Oct. 28 has been  cancelled because* it has not been possible  to get., definite word about the legality  of fireworks displays. The commission  will, however, proceed with a bowling  party at the Sechelt Lanes on Sunday,  Nov. 5 at 2 p.m.  B^itz Leuchte introduced his very  fine film show on New Zealand last  Thursday by giving a few facts about life  in New Zealand from which it would  seem that prices are in many instances  comparable to our prices here, but wages  are considerably lower. "Amazing New  Zealand" gave a magnificent panorama  of a country of beautiful lakes and waterfalls, mountains crowned with snow,  fjords, gushing geysers and mud jumping like frogs. It is a land of thermal .  springs and boiling lakes, of limestone  worn into fantastic shapes by centuries  of erosion.  "Legend of the Birds" showed some  interesting studies of New Zealand's be.-  autiful and exotic birds and introduced  some of the Maori legends concerning  them. Two of the films described the  life of the sheep farmer.  "Way Leggo" depicted a 45,000 acre  sheep station in the Southern Alps of  South Island, where, with the arrival  of spring comes a new "muster" with  his two highly trained sheep dogs. With  these as leaders, he is seen training the-  new dogs which will be required for the  season's work. '  There are fine pictures of his various  other duties, such as breaking in horses,  shearing and spraying sheep, tagging  sheep and cattle. The sheep are driven  to the hill country for the summer  months, but with the coming of fall, there  may be as many as 10,000 sheep to be  driven back to the homestead, and there  are some magnificent studies of the long  trek of the vast herd over rugged and  rolling country. With the herd safely in  the homestead yard, the "muster's" work  is finished for the season.  "Maori Arts and Culture" gives an  interesting glimpse into the. revival of  many Maori arts by the building of  community halls in the style of the old  Maori meeting houses. Work is shown  on the carving of ridge poles and door  posts and the making qf ' Carved panels  for decorating the walls.  Next film show will be on Thursday,  Nov. 2 with some new fillms on England.  Charlie Coatharn of Frances Avenue,  who is probably one of (he most successful gardeners in the area; claims that  he has grown a carrot weighing two  pounds 12 ounce.; and he would be most  interested to hear if anybody else can  equal this record. His Netted Gem potatoes have also produced 'a J~ine crop,  some potatoes weiring up to two pounds.  Mrs. Blanche McCrady spent a,week  in Hawaii, flying by charter jplane with  ���by Mary Tinkley  the -Gibsons   OAPO.-- She--thought--the-  country  very beautiful "but did  not find  the.swimminglas refreshing and stimul--  ating   as   the  cold   waters   of  Halfmoon  Bay. *  Recent guests of Mrs. Pat Ness have  been two of her sisters-in-law, Dagney  Johnston of Aldergrove. with husband  ArCand Ruth Ross of Surrey, with husband Stan. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs.  Ross on a visit to ^Powell River for a  visit with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wall  and her daughter, Beverley Silvey. Mrs.  Wall, who was a pioneer resident of Halfr  moon Bay for 50 years, will celebrate her  89th birthday oh Nov. 8 at the West  Haven Guest Home at Powell River.  Recent guests of the Richard. Laird's  were their daughter and son-in-law,  Susan and Kendall Pearson with their  Richmond. Mrs. Eva Lyon's guests were  Righmond. Mrs. Eva Lqon's guests were  her daughter-in-law^ Mrs. Leona Laird  from Surrey, with Chris, Robin, Lisa  and Rob's friend,  Dianne ��� Dolly.     _.  Parkers Ltd. names  television manager  CHARLES C. (Chuck) Stephens has been  appointed manager of television sales  and repair department at Parker Hardware Ltd., Sechelt, said William Nielsen,  owner.  Stephens, a resident of Sechelt since  1970, attended California Polytechnic  College, San Luis Obispo, where he  majored in electronic engineering. He also  attended Northrop Institute of Technology, Irtglewood, Calif., studying electronic  engineering. While serving in the U.S.  Navy, Stephens was trained in avionics  fundamentals and sonar operation and  maintenance.  While  in  the  navy  he  was  awarded ���  the National Defense Service Medal, Good  Conduct Medal, letters pf commendation  and  sailor-of-the-month  award.   He   also  -  won Boy Scout awards as a youth.  Prior  to joining  Parkers,  he  worked  in   Morro   Bay   and   Santa   Cruz,   Calif.,  as a service technician where he special- ^  ized in color television repair.  Born in Oakland, Calif., Stephens, 28,  is married to the former Joan Chambers  of Sechelt. They are making their home  in  Sechelt.  Stephens     is   interested    in   hunting,  fishing, sailing, flying and electronics.-    ���'  The Indian-head penny was the first  of the small pennies. It was minted between 1859 and 1909.  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HAU FOR RENT   lip t6B0 7poppla  '."���"  for Mcollngs, Wedding i  Partici or whotoyor  Phono 883*2512  HnClpsod WA or cheque for .-.,  Borai9r?wtioi^B,crrw*,MBT  7 ,i,' " .  SIGN GIFT*. CARD! \  ������*^*>t��i �����*���>��<*���. f ��!>��� ���*��*��� ��������f"*�� ���  fr**,#w***>i).M!>* ������.!__ i  ��� t.*fc *��*_!.��� a  V  A<Wra����  Piircliaiwr'^..^^  .Subscription to ,  1 #*w><wtw-��iw_me^^  f . l�� *�� ft.�� * 9 94 k n. * *��� ��#����f*l  H9 9*P9k��*m9.9444,9.HIH4m94t��^mfW*  1 mm ����**.��*'���>��**��� mff **�����# *mm  When he was elected in 1968, not many people in Parliament had heard of the new riding of Coast Chilcotin, one of  Canada's  biggest  They   soon  heard from Paul St.  Pierre.  ��� It's a remarkable record of four years. First, as Vice Chah>  man of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Committee,  pushing the Arctic Pollution Prevention Zone legislation. (In  all the 28th Parliament, the only piece of legislation which got  a unanimous standing vote. No wonder all parties applauded-  him that day.)  Next as chairman of the B.C. Liberal Caucus and Secretary  of National Government Caucus, he was able to put his blunt  and forthright views into the decision making of the government party.  Next, as Parliamentary Secretary to External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, he spoke for Canada abroad. He has been  Canada's delegate on the Political Committee of the United  Nations, has headed the Canadian Permanent Observer group to  the Organization of American States. He has advanced the Canadian interest in law of the sea negotiations in Mexico, Wash-  ington and China.  In Brussels, headquarters of North Atlantic Assembly, he  is Rapporteur of the Scientific and Technical Committee, again  advancing Canada's interests in protection of the seas against  pollution.  He never lost touch with home. Weekly, during the sessions,  he* reported t<r Coast^ehiIcotin~in^thiswan4wwother^n"e*vrspapersr  During summer recesses, he buzzed around th0;i50,000 square miles  of this mountain riding in his little red Datsun, talking in his  typical forthright manner, listening and learning. He sent out  Questionnaires and News Letters.   His   office^   communication  never had such direct communication with Ottawa.  5_Jtil.f_._nf* M.��r Wt. ��� t.'-M  1   .     .1    1  Is   Paul   St.   Pierre,a   typical   politician?  .*,.,>  Perhaps not. His style is direct, forthright  amid free from jargon. When he felt it  . necessary,... he.~ spoKiPSjip^ against-  his pwn porty.  1 ���', a-  Woefidililrmaoour^^  11 , '   ��� ,1  Reselecl"Paul~SI;~Pierre~For^Coast"Chilcolin  1   1  . a        '        ,1 .. ( I (   , a ,, , ,  Authorized  hy  Paul  St,   Phrro Liberal  Campaign Commlttoo  ... 1 . i. . 1.    .   ...      ...    .   .       1... 1    ..     .    ....     ,..,.,......  , ��� 1  ' -WswasawftManaw^aft  S^SI^IT^T?1!"  wmmmmim  11 ,  a >    ��  ,-.'.-���   ���'._   '-J ,7  c:  ���*��i" i  ,.', /.,."���  ,VI ��..' ,���>< \  Spear fishermen hold  meet at stiver Eands  VhE "BEACHES  of "lhe  Sunshine?  Coast \  are   very -popular   with   skin   divers  gnd   Silver   Sands   was   the   site   chosen  this year by the Association of B.C. Div  ihg Clubs for its fifth atihual spear fishing meet. '  Hosting the even* was ihe Vanquatic \  Club of Vancouver, ancl other clubs tak- .  ing   part   wefe  the   Pescaderos   of   Vancouver,   the  Oregon  Sea  Lions  and  the ���  Sea Hellions of New Westminster. Weigh-  rnaster was Jack Turford and safety  officer,  Syd,  Craig,  both  of  the  Sea Hellions.  In the ladies' event, the winner was  Sherry Smothers oi the Oregon Sea  Lions, with 25 points, followed by Linda  Kless  of  the same  club with  23  points.  The following were the results, in the  men's event:  1. Gordie Cox of the Vanquatics, 81  points, 2. Ron Kless (Oregon Sea Lions)  77 points, 3. Jack Teniple (Vajnquatics)  74 points, 4. Don Rramer (Vanquatics)  64 points and Ron Smothers (Oregon  Sea Lions)  50.5 points.  The largest cahezon was caught by  Gordie Cox (Vanquatics) and the largest  ling cod by Ron Smothers (Oregon Sea  Lions). All the fish caught were donated  fo the Salvation Army for the Harbour  Lights  Mission.  Jack-Tempte���JY. *bf- Redrooffs, who is  president of the* Vanquatics, ^expressed  deep appreciation of the friendly reception and hospitality extended .to the divers by the residents' of Silver Sands.  In July this year, the Vanquatics took  part in the Canadian national spear fishing meet at Ganges, Salt Spring Island,  organized by the Association of Canadian Underwater " Councils." Competing  against teams from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia and another B.C. team,  the Vanquatics won first and second  places, making Canadian champions.The  club recently organized a dive at Irvine's  Landing to secure specimens for the  Vancouver Aquarium. They were accompanied by members of the aquarium  staff with tank trucks ready to receive  the live specimens and transport them  to  Vancouver.  Last weekend the Vanquatics lost  their finest diver when he left to make  his   home - in Australia;   which, by 'all'-' [fjmmu-mm  accounts is a skin divers' paradise. Gordie  Cox plans to make a career of collecting  live tropical fish to ship to aquariums  all over the world. Members of the club  were at the airport to give him a champion's-send-off.  \  \  ,w.  .^gt^msmi*  The Peninsula Times Page Bi7x ^|*  Wec-Wlay, October 25, 1972 ^*  Euclid  m   -. ���      '.   ' ��� i Club  has   new   trap 7facili,tles  Fearnley, ,aec].e��ary   .of the    club grounds. In a riorraal sitiia-tion.  remote jControl unit. A man loads the  Seehelt Peninsula Rod and Gun (}lub,    a range marshal, stands behind the    bird in the tr^p hquse shown in the  takes aim at a bird released, by thjfe    shooter and" lets the .biijd go with a    middle of the picture..        . .  new  electric  trap,. instaUeda7a|; iJie 7 a. 7_ . ,  7 . s>   ;-,:    77-.. ,     7  Father to young son: "They're called  the opposite sex because if you want to  do anything, they want to do the opposite."  ^MimggggmgtiggggggtgggggggggggggfggAi  I LORD JIM'S LODGE  ��        Lodge Rooms and  I Guest Cottages  ^ Dining Room Lounge  ^ Heated Swimming Pool  Saunas, Boat' Hb'u'se  R.R. No. 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. ^  Secret Cove, Sechelt ^  885-2232  Poet's Corner  Your contributions Mre invited  RANDALL'S LAKE  ���From    Jhe   C*. ojlection:.  .    Seascapes  cf iha  Si.nsn.ne  Coast  by ClWryle-Ann  E. Jay  SeclWlfed   deep   in   the   forest   green       \  at the Toot of' mighty Mount Elphinstone  Lies a  beautiful placid  lake  In the shallows not far from shore  Floatr. a  lonely pale pink water lily  Ijpst.'amongst,  the  towering  bullrutiies.  The  glade   pond   mirrored   the   blue  ot  ��� tlie   sky  As the sun reflected on its gentle surface.  Beneath   swam  trie  fish  of  the  fresh  waters.  The perimeter was  garJand with wild  ������forest \flora .,  And deep within lay the thirsting fauna.  Many  a  path had  been  worn to  the  . shore sands.  A gentle breeze began to blow  Raising a ripple on the placid lake  began  to dance,  lilly  leneath   the  willowy  led   like   diamonds  sun  stone  bathed  rees twisted  a salute to the wind.  A gentle rain began  to fall punctuating  the lake's palicidity.  As the ripples turned to thrashing waves.  Peace and tranquility that once prevailed.  Had been washed away by the relentless  rain.  The rains ceased   ���  And a mysterious mist  Shrouded the lake in magical momentum.  The sun tried to sift through  Grey  clouds  trying  to  grasp  their  last  hold  On the seasonal change.  The wailing  wind  calmed  to  a  whisper.  Peace  and   tranquility  returned  Mount   Elphinstone  could  once  again  Reflect   in  Randall's Lake.  % sprocket \C_jit  \J)tarti  adSeS  \  <Mb-  ENROLL NOW AT  The  Phone:  885-9305  or 886-7734  $10 for 10 weeks  A Specialty  With Us  Stones &  Fine Gifts  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  100% Waterproof  Watches by Rolex  ALSO  iNICAR WATCHES  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2421  M-IMMJ-UJUOOOgJ  hispennu  ^���^M'!!^T'"*.^*'^."f''^^',g  ineA  ON THE SECHELT WATERFRONT  ��� NOW..OFFERING ���-  CHINESE FOOD  Choose from: Chop Suey - Chow Mein - Spare Ribs  Chinese Omelette - Fried Rice - Prawns & Chicken  or Combination Dinners  Due to Popular Demand ��� Friday and Saturday only  phone for your reservation  Coming Soon ��� Chinese Food Take Out Service  (also regular full course medls)  I  WI/iiJirifIiiiJJfIIIiIM��IIfIIfiii��If��_\   '''KNS��fiC-f'  '"  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  v   Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (34 hours)  lSM_______w_ ��� iiiiii'iiiiiiiniiiininwiiiiiw.  3$&&_&i?F'<?  5s�� **#v_9__.*Vlfc.-*Bs,?> ^M^A^^fc^^^^^Ts^PSS  *��"���'-��<____��_. "^rw    ��^ ���&*'*���_'_  %____.���  Rod/ gun club installs   aohn.-Wo^X^P!h^i6flidflci)ie ppbrnA^^iN?w^  ,            v      1-   .     r    '-Im-   '     new self-cocjring trap.facility which forming; handball  Irap-SnOOIinCJ mClilty       is fired electrically, ,hy, a,raoge xm-. available at school  SECflELT1 Peninsula -Rod and'Qun' Club '  ^'a11' Who. normally   stands .behind FORMATION  of a men's fjoor hockey  has   installed   a   self-cocking    electri-    ^e shooter, who in this instance  i-8 league is under way, said Jim Gray.  .c.^;.,,^^                                               thf^lKSy^S^^u^  grounds,                                                . ,                                ��� scheduled games at Elphinstone, with a  The  unit,  a  Western   Flyer,:jElectiic ,. C>_^_t��_kfai.     I >Wi^'>;\- ��� number of exhibition games with Van-  Tr;np7'is"'fired*^ %Q.rieS  * <*ouvor tenms," snid Grny.   IwiOTir-nniwwnnOT PHONE 885-9769   ___mi*mu___��m____a__r_v  SECHELT PENINSULA  ROD and GUSSS CLUB  _S  1.9tk -A,  nnucu  tame  >anaue  9  i  stands dlregtly behind the. shooterCwhile    $  a man is in tho cement trap house )ondiri|{  tho fncililty.  "This year, wo hope to oxpartd our  \wMmm  Wmmi  mW_  ��� i Ji ywy  }i  l<     1  ���Mif ( Jfl   "n,U  <���by Eve Moscrip    l0t*sue to four teams, again having somo   v ,,,      ....      ,.,,.,.,,., 1, toqn.H I'vorp Vancouver over 1'qr a, week-  "Tlu.  ofuh  hnq  allotted ' oxneridi'tiires ' MIXED l(j pins: Allen EllliiRRon 320, Polio    end," Qrny added,  approximately  $1,100   to  onftbl^e .tho    '    Paulson 31D, Plana Young 270, Hplen League pay will go   under  mho  mambGi-B' ".of tho  eliib^7and"   Sinclair 257, 7 14, -but Elphinstone will be ov  Ot       r      ,   .  shooting niembors    (of tho c|mV>) ' 7rind  genornl public the advantage pP'roguln-' ���"���'" Tuesday * night  -Indies- league: 'Hlglv  ilontrnp ,shoqtlng hero on the ��un,s|\lno    singlo, R,lta Hlggs 2(17 and Mui-lene Eel-  Const," said Jolui Thomas, chnlrrnan of ' niiuiuls 204; high throe IUtn Higgs (102.  tho  club's   gun   committee,   The.fbi.dH, Ball   and  ChiUn:' Bnrry  Innon,  (10(1,  ho ndclocl, also Include)  lho construction    Dnnny  Holland' (1(10,  Sonny  Bonnor (140,  ��of a now concroto trap; Jioiwo and . nee-    F^oomniv' Smith 030,v Bruco Roc)n.nn 070,  iQfiHni;y;:9lQ^p|^l.:.'lppli|llli\UonH1   <(     ��� , ��� ,   CarlKoliM��h 070.      ,     .������'���   .    '   ���  Shoots will bo hold regularly ni\d ror Son|o|,    0cl   21.  Cralg Rodwny 224,  dates, l��l70��t��.donPJflon��nft^ .Andy Ilondorson  220, 241   (041); Donlso  club1 * HOcrdt(?ir,v,i' I)I10��  bMlletlns In local hn  goods f-jlorOH,  ho'iuldod,  way Nov,  available I'or  registration, and  practice,���.',,which, stnvted,-,,  TuoRdoy.  Men's hnndhnll began Monday nt Se-  oliolt Elomontnry, ho sujd.  Anyone requiring ndditlonnl Infojjmn- ���  .lion may-call Gray at Sechelt Elomonifcry , I  'Smlwol, 11110-2114, or at hom,o,' Bfi0iQf70, j   "  B  Saturday, December 2nd  ROBERTS CREElf flALL  Social,Hour from 8:30 p.m .- Dinner Served 7:30 p.m.  Get Y our 7 Tickets Early *���.  $6.00 per person - $12.00 per.couple  . available' from:  Jfr*   Dan Currie,,,,...      or George Flay  C 8. S Hardware     Sechelt Barber Shop  SECIAU  on Front Quarters  *ttmmtttmtmm&iltiMmmiQmmii��im*tomM4^^  FREEZER BEEF  mpl  '"'"I1  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Storo 'Vi-, 883-W53  "Flno Moats for, Fine Pooplo" ,  Sechelt Chiefs: to ]$py7y  .fiqcceK^CM^Hi^ti'.  rdWnro ni S.it   ��    WM), Broil Updnoly 214/203 (D24), Terry  W|ng;,l��(j,  ,  ! Mlxe<^; 10': plna;., qordy 7 Mc'CAwrl ' 330,  (101), Allen EllingROn 317 (107), Ul Mo-  Court 270 (107), Dlnnn Young 2(10 (11)0).  ���1''Tuesday* Indies' league. Vorr'AdnmR,  THIS yonr, due to tho housing,' project   high singlo 200'lnnd high three 047,  oil   tho -roflprvQ,   the   Soc^U   Chlofs    7 ^,; ���nd'Chnin; BryC0 Rodmnn ��(����.  *fiocrer*club*wlll*Rlny*MH*home*gnm^  IhWltotl PnPk,, Soeliqli, ,,,     .,   ;jBm!ry ^onnn (H)7, To��Vy PhUIlp,1. UOl.  third plfico In lho 12-lonm Mainland Soc-    Jmrliai           '       ,'      7           P  (ior 'i;o��K(fh... 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Is* ahiffV*l'aV  SliMMX"*- *>*w  \  \  s  v-  \  \  \\  \  \  ���\  ib+Ji*  A  Accordina to St. Pierre  Health of Coast Chilcotin  ...      . .       ..'        * ;\     ' '" "N^      _ ^7  depend oh national state  by Paul St. Pierre  IT'S  been  three   tall  green   cabinets  full  of correspbndeoce, 300,000 miles of .air  travel between, here and Ottawa, a couple  of hundred newspaper columns about our  national parliament and the people in  it, visits by her majesty the queen, his  excellency 'the governor general. Prime  Minister Trudeau, visits by eight cabinet ministers. There have been more  speeches  than  I care  to remember.  What's it all add up to?  What's been . accomplished? What  needs to be done in the next four years?  The MP looks first at the state of the  nation, for which he was elected to legislate. Coast Chilcotin cannot be a  healthy and happy area if Canada as' a  whole is not. In fact this area is affected  more than some by the state, of the  nation's health���we are chiefly primary  producers and heavily dependent on exports.  The fact that exports are at an all  time high as is employment (together  with unemployment) the fact that the  Liberal government had made a determined and successful effort to increase  Canadian diplomatic and trade contacts  across the Pacific, the latest being with  China���all affect the riding of Coast  Chilcotin.  However, national afafirs may perhaps be left for consideration in more  detail elsewhere. What of Coast Chilcotin  itself-���from Gibsons lo Bella B.ella, to  Williams Lake, lo 100-Mile House,, to  Lillooet,  to Squamish?  There have been steady improvement  of conditions on the reserves of the Indians who make up 10 per cent of this  riding's population. There has been some  improvement of housing and health services on every reserve from the Chilcotin  Plateau to the Coast.  Nowhere was this more striking than  in the Powell River and Sechelt area,  where 100 excellent crown assets homes  and duplexes, modern and completely  equipped are now being barged to Sechelt and Sliammon reserves from Ladner.  Indian enterprises are emerging. Bella  Bella has its own boat repair facility and  its own new supermarket. Logging enterprises have been undertaken with federal  economic  development  funds.  More  important, perhaps, in \he long run,- is  that Indians here as elsewhere are running more of their own affairs, administering welfare, housing, and other com-,  munily affairs in their offices on their  own reserves. Of the" national cost 'of*  administration of Indian Affairs, $40  million\ is now administered directly ' by  Indian people. .  Progress in establishing a new small  boat harbor policy has been disappointedly slow. I'm dissatisfied with this. I  am satisfied, that we are now near the  establishment of a long range program  which will give fair treatment to all  commercial fishermen in their harbors  and will^ also bring about a massive  building '���program to accommodate the  . growing armada of pleasure bOats in  Howe Sound.  Powell River City Council has an excellent plan for enlargement of the West-  view Marina and these must be pushed! The list goes.on���a general purpose  harbor development in Squamish with  $3 millions invested so far, including  almost one half million of federal aid;  CMHC aid for sewer construction in  Coast Chilcotin municipalities and for  senior   citizens   low-rental   housing.  All the major centres���Powell River,  Squamish, Williams Lake, 100-Mile House  and Gibsons���have had massive CMHC  aid in their considerable growth.  But what of the next four years.  We need a progressive and vigorous  small   boat harbor  plan.  We need a link up of national and  British Columbia railway lines, negotiations for which have now at last commenced.  We need continued improvement of  conditions on Indian reserves, continued  economic progress, continued transfer of  decision making to the Indian people.  Lodking outside as well as inside our  Coast Chilcotin borders, we need a bet.  ter immigration policy. Too many people are taking advantage of Canadian  hospitality under the present immigration  act.  In co-operation with the provinces,  who administer welfare, including the  fedaral government's 50 per cent share,  we 'need federal-provincial co-operation  to develop a system of aid to the work-  CJoronary Semijiar set  by local nurse unit  A CORONARY care and cardiac resuscitation seminar will be held Saturday  and Sunday, Nov. 4 and 5 in the physiotherapy v room   of   St.   Mary's   Hospital,,  Sechelt.^  The seminar is sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Chapteiv of the Registered  Nurses' Association of B.C. and will be  conducted by University of British Columbia personnel.  7S��$$ions will be from 10 a.m. to 5:30,.  p.m.   Nov.   4   and   9   a.m.   to   4:30   p.m.  Nov. 5 with lunch break both days from  1   to 2 p.m.  "This course has received wide acclaim in other centres, and is recommended as a definite asset for police,  fire, ambulance and first aid workers, or  those who might be called upon to assist  with, or perform cardiac resuscitation,"  said Constance Westell, RN, secretary of  the local chapter. Anyone who wants to  take the seminar may contact her at  886-2554. The fee, including both days,-  she said, is $20 and may be paid at the  door.  Resource persons teaching the seminar 7  include, Alison Dunsmore, BSN, Hedie $  Hintz, BSN, clinical instructors in con- .  tinuing education at school of nursing, *'  UBC.  Local community  representatives will -7  be Irene Donlon, acting director of nurs- j  ing,  St.   Mary's  Hospital,  Sechelt;  Brian .  Young,  president,  Sunshine Coast Chapter,   Registered   Nurses'   Association   of  B.C. 7  Objectives  of  the seminar are:  1.  To^  be   able   to   recognize   the   mariifestation  .of   cardiac   and   respiratory    ..difficulties'  which could quickly lead to death unless ,  treated;   2.   Within   45   seconds    of    rec-'  ognition   of   serious   respiratory   and/or  cardiac  difficulties,   those  so-trained  are  able to initiate life-saving activities, said  Mrs.  Westell. 7   : , .���..;y  )  ing   poor,   so   that   there   will   be   more;*  incentive for., people to get off the welfare-  rolls, a..-.!  We need to continue creating jobs at|  an even faster pace, we need foreign!  policies directed across the Pacific. De-^  spite the-advances we have made'in" ex|"  tending our sea limits to prevent pollu4  tion and control fishing,' we must seel?  new and better international sea lawT  in the United Nations. ���  And it must all be'done with regard  to   preservation   of  the   environment.  ��� There is much work to be done.  4  Pender Hi^lltes  Pogd B-8 Thex Peninsula Times        Wednesday,  October v25,   1.97?  ���by Cecile Girard  7  HI THERE! x  This is my first time writing for the -  Peninsula  Times   and   I  will  be  -writing  for tlie column every other month.   -  On .Wednesday, Oct. 18, senior girls  travelled to Squamish to play, in a volleyball tournament at Howe Sound.  Teams that took part in the tournament  were: Pender Harbor, Elphinstone, Howe  Sound and Pemberton. The senior girls  first played against Howe Sound winning  15-1, 15-0. They then'beat Pemberton  which had defeated both Howe Sound  and Elphinstone. Pender Harbor dropped  I Pemberton and won the tournament with  scores of 15-10,  15-8, 10-15 and 15-1.  Ori Saturday, Oct. ��� 21, senior boys,  senior girls and junior girls travelled to  Powell River to play volleyball against  Brooks and Texada". First,- the senior  boys played Texada, Winning one 15-5  and losing one, 12-1^. There was no -bird  -game^as there was no time left to play.  Junior girls-then played Texada, pulling through to win two games out of  three to the scores of 6.-15, 15-9 and 16-  14. ������Senior girls beat Texada 15-4, 15-6,  15-12. Junior girls played Brooks and  were defeated by 11-15, 5-15 and 15-9.  Senior girls played Brooks, not having  enough time to finish the last game, but  won the first two 15-9, 15-12 and 6-9.  Then, last of all, senior boys played  Brooks, putting up a terrific fight but  were  defeated  15-10,  6-15  arid  13-15.  Ardund The Harbour  \  ���\-  ���by Diana Bomford���phone 883-2440  \  U  HAND-made Agate and Gem stone..jewellery   at   Miss     Bee's,   Wharf   Road,  Sechelt.  Sechelt  BarberShop  (George Flay)  for  Holidays  Oct.  28 -Nov. 11  ROLLER skating startecr Oct. 24, at. the  Community Hall. Fifty-eight pairs of  skates are available with no rental tee.  Charges to get in are 50 cents for children, 7^ cents for adults. \  Tuesdays, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. are schedule^ for adults (13 years and tip).  . Saturdays 2 to 5 p.m. are Reserved for  children 12 years and under. Parents, are  needed as volunteers to help supervise.  Contact Bobby Mair 883-2382 if you can  help. '  - Bowling high men's single last Wednesday was Charley Hauka wfith 291,  men's high three was taken by John  Cameron with 678. Ladies high single  was 229 bowled by Jean Donley. Marilyn  Clayton was top scorer for the ladies  high three with 610. Acids took the team  high game with 1,120. Most points for  the evening went to the Topcats who  took  20/24.  Playschool program for the-.Harbor has  begun. The schedule started Oct. 24 at  the Legion Hall in Madeira Park. The  school will run Tuesdays, Wednesdays  and Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.  Children must be three by Dec. 31.  Three  ahd  four  year-olds   are  welcome.  Fee charge for the term will be $2 to  "cover equipment costs. Permanent instructors are available but mothers will  be asked to help out occasionally, if possible.   Many   interesting     projects   have  been planned. If you know of mothers  with small children encourage then, to  come.  1  I  CLOTTING   OF   BLbOD  A research scientist at the Yale School  of Medicine ha? isolated and identified  the substance found in all body tissues  that -triggers the clotting- of blood. 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