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 \-  \.  \  \  Some coniliction...  \  \  AldeTinan queries cost plan  for yilld^f1 *t^%f:i$ai plan  VILLA.GE . aldermen have expressed -interest in conflicting comment attributed to Regional District planner Ed  Cuylits. At lest meeting of Sechelt Council Aid. Norm Watson pointed out that  on one hand the planner has indicated  the amount of work he can do for the  village is limited for he already heeds  an assistant, yet, it. seems would be able  to carry out studies for the village for  additional payment over and above .what  is already contributed by the village.  "Would this be a form of moonlighting",  he asked. v  ' Mayor. Ben Lang -explained that the"  planner merely said he might need a  helper before too long. He agreed that  if the planner's assistance is provided  within his forty hour working week,  then the village is already paying its  share and Cuylits is_. getting paid. He  was not quite sure what sort of an arrangement would* be involved regarding.,  additional payment and suggested the  matter be discussed further with the  Board finance chairman, Mr. Frank West.  Council   is   presently     considering   a  CANADA  PENSION  Representative from the Vancouver  Branch of Canada Pension Plan will be  in Sechelt October 3rd and will be available at the Social Welfare Office from  9 am to 12 noon.-All interested may call  in or phone 885-9422.  TIME  CHANGE  Next regular meeting of Sechelt Council, October 4th, will be held at 7:30  pm instead of the usual 8 pm. If agreeable to all council members, future meetings will -also -be^held at-7:3(j p'mr~Gib-��  sons Council meets commence at 7 pm  every   other  Tuesday.  THRIFT SALE .  Gibsons United Churcre^women have  arranged a thrift sale from 10 am to  11:30 am Friday October 6th. Items available will include children's; women'1:  and men's winter clothing and a variety  of white elephant and other items.  planning survey "in order to provide a  working plan for future development regarding zoning etc. Aid. Watson com-  mented\ that he is more, than delighted  with the ground rules being laid down  in regards to future planning.  AIRPORT  Reporting on the airport, Aid. Watson  said he has been told verbally that it is  possible.the request for a federal xgrant,  in order' to pave the runway, will be  rejected. It appears the application did  hot indicate. sufficient use by aircraft to _.  warrant the grant. "I assume they could  not see spending $47,000 of public funds  on our behalf", he ^said.  Mayor Lang added that the power  plant is "almost finished. He said he had  heard from a DoT official that they did  not wish* to see the airport closed -and  were prepared to assist in obtaining an-  -other- power plant" as a temporary measure. , ���'      ���  It was reported that apparently the  Dept. has located" a plant which it is pre7  pared ; to loan to the Airport Committee.  Aid. Watson added that it is somewhat  poor return considering a grant involving  $47,000 had been sought. He stressed the  point that the answer lies in getting  Hydro power to the airport. "If we put  money into establishing power" then we  would be in a position to submit a further amplication for a paving grant", he  said. Watson also said he has discussed  the matter with Mr. E. Hensch of B.C.  Hydro and it seems there are possibilities  of getting a hook-up at a feasible price.  Meanwhile, the Elphinstone Aero Club  is working with the Committee and is  presently preparing a brief which, it is  hoped, will prove beneficial when making further application for the federal  grant.  Mayor Lang expressed the. view that  it was back in July when DoT people  provided the Committee with applications  forms. He failed to understand why it  took so long to complete and return them.   "I :u^  a month ago", he said.  Pointing to the fact that cost of hydro  power is about $14,000. Aid. Watson said  it is possible some relief might be obtained by various means. However, he  suggested the Regional Board be asked  to contribute a one-shot grant of $1,500-  $2,000 to be applied to power installation.  Mayor Lang agreed, to bring the matter  up with the Board.  \  ENINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervi^|i*ilet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bgy^Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing,. Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  V  x  2nd Class Mall  Registration Np. 1.142  ..I'l^yHt,.    .J ..    ^        ^  Union    ���SB*'   Label  . This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9, No. 44 ��� WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27> 1972  v  Additional  Help  Senior public health inspector Peter chelt last week  Bell was more than happy to introduce the Peninsula's full-time inspector, Mr. Jack Somers (pictured  on left) to members of the Union  Board Health when they met in Se-  Mr. Somers who  comes from Saskatchewan is getting  caught up on the backlog of work-  which accumulated while the provincial government was being convinced that extra help was required.  Not educations' bqg.....  Board of Health Chairman  protests dental financing  Chamber celebrates  25th anniversary  SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce has finalized plans for its annual Grand Banquet which this year  marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of  the" Charriber. No talks or business is on  the scheduled simply an excellent evening  of entertainment for  all.  The event will be held Saturday  October 14th in the Sechelt-Legion Hall  with social hour 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm,  Entertainment commences at 9 pm with  the popular Vancouver based "Fred Bass  Trio". Featured vocalist will be pretty  blonde, Gillian' Campbell, recently re-  turnecr from a European concert tour.  The trio will play music for dancing  commencing at 10 pm and continuing to  1   am.  Tickets are now available in limited  quantity and may be obtained at the  following stores and business premises:  Morgan's Men's Wear, Bank of Montreal,  George Flay's Barber Shop, Peninsula  Times and Coast Cable Vision.  Retarded Children's  Assoc, resumes meets  REGULAR monthly meetings of the Sechelt and District Retarded Children'';  Association  have  resumed.  On September 20th at 7:30 p.m, ten  members met at the "Sunshine School"  and heard a very interesting summary  given by the local public health nurse,  Mrs. Pat Bawtinheimer on the Vulpe Assessment Battery. Although this is something very new, it will give hope and  help   to   parents   who   have   a   retarded  - child. - - ��� -.4.-,-. ��� .~~-���   A newcomer to the area, Miss Grace  Jamieson was welcomed. Miss Jamieson  who is now retired was senior psychologist with Vancouver School Board.  Following the business meeting, raffle  , ��� , A       ... ...  .  ��� tickets  were  drawn  with  the  following  bour  Ratepayers Association  outlining  a     resuits- .  Community Assoc,  ready io complete hall  TWENTY-FIVE people attended the Roberts Creek Community Association  meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 20. Mr.  Ellingsen reported for the "Hall Commit- ���  tee that the remainder of work on the  hall renovations should bu completed  within six weeks, and that new drapes  for the stage would also be installed.  A letter was read from Pender Har-  Meeting planned...  Sewers revive speculation  in Gibsons Harbour scheme  M--' Aj**..*.*...' iy.  WITH ,Cyj?,_5ons  S,ewag^'|)isi^^ '  neafing completion there sipp'-Jars- io  be renewed interest in H the Gibsons Har*-  bour Development Plan drawn up in  1968 by Dayton and Knight Ltd., Consulting Engineers and R. Alan DeBou,,  Consulting  Engineer.  The  Harbour  Development    Plan  as  presented  by   the  engineers   included   a  four acre island; Inner,Harbour i Pieasure:;  Craft Basin; Inner Harbour Commercial"  Basin, Waterfront Promenade  Walkway,  Beach    Improvement,    Public    Outdoor.  ,Swimming ,.7F"ool(),,, Waterfront, Land .Use,,.  and Outer Harbour and Floating breakwater.  r'"7'-Some7'thirty-five7.to7:io^  the report were distributed in 1970, but  the whole project was 'dependent upon  completion-pi the' sewage disposal system;  Projects i. Planning, "Associates Ltd. of  Vancouver and Sceptre Dredging Ltd.  are now interested ��� in , the, report, and  wnnt to meet with Gibsons Village Coun-  ;.7^'__*ffiary of7the* report* afeo statesr  "The, proposed highway by-pass around  Gibsons is of major interest to the har-  bour development plan. A route for the  new, access to the highway is recommended in. the report. It starts at the  islakd causeway at the foot of Prowse'  JtoJld , and follows Charman C r e e k  , through ;i presently undeveloped lands to  a controlled intersection with the highway.  PARKING  'i'i1 Also approved by council1 last week,  was a downtown parking study not to  exceed $2,000, Aide  EDUCATION should not be expected to  finance public health programmes,  said Chairman of the Union Board of  Health, Mrs. Agnes Labonte at the meeting held on Wednesday, September 20th  in the Village Restaurant in Sechelt.  In full agreement with Mrs. Labonte  was Dr. T. W. Hicks, dental consultant  for the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit.  The Sechelt School District already  helps finance the dental hygiene programme. To help with operating expenses  of   the ��� Union  Board   of  Health,  sc_i*o'oi  d'is^ric^ ''_J5fl?e,ther.^,   ,   , ..,.,.,     ^     .,_    ....,  crease*.- their- _fl$OT_ttentr'fwrfn^ic ^^���^up^'^l-S-f-^,';���B^��ll^Uded W the'.VShlt&fttfer Is-  l'andTttegion or the Lower ...Mainland Region came under discussion. With either  from Mr. Hugh Bell in Squamish is Mr.  Peter   Lowden  from  Port  Hardy.  Reporting at the meeting, Mr. Peter  Bell said that subdivisions throughout  the | unit are developing and creating a  lot of extra work. Problems in the area  range from flooding to availability of  water and run-off problems. He recommended that a consulting engineer from  ' the Dept. of Environmental Control visit  the area.  REGIONS  J5f_?e,thex;- C?OE|st. G.ar|]oal$i.> H^WllJJnit  proposed Council of Ratepayers Associa  tions. No decision was arrived at as to  whether or not we should join this  Council.  A request was presented by a local  orchestra to sponsor a dance they had  planned for Friday, 22. As this group  has held well conducted dances in the  past it was decided to co-operate and  operate the affair jointly with them.  It is hoped to be able to get other  activities operating for the winter months,  and also it is hoped to be able to provide  further information on ..the Opportunities  for  senior- Citizens'- ptogram> s  1st the wool rug made by one of the  students at Sunshine School goes to Mrs.  Sophie  Brackett of Sechelt. ���  2nd the $50 food hamper donated by  Sechelt Red & White Super Market goes  to Mr. Clarence Joe of Sechelt.  3rd the mystery prize donated by  Pender Harbour Senior Secondary School  goes to Miss Kathy Berry of Sechelt.  Next meeting will be held on October  18th at 7:30 in the Sunshine School. Mr.  Fabro from the B.C. Association Mentally Retarded, will be guest speaker. All  in|e^ested persons are most welcome "to  'attend.      . ������  dent-to i. 3c. i It..'was- suggested .that thp  executive of the Associated Boards of  Health approach, the new' Minister of  Health Mr. Dennis Cocke -requesting better support. Union Board of Health  Direc,tpr Dr. D. L. Gemmill commented  oh the need for. better mental health  service .which is minimal, at. the present  time."'";  Powell River now has a full time psychiatric social worker, Miss L.. Bledsoe  who has been very busy since commencement -of -lier 'work, in Jahuar./ this'year.  Dr. Gemmill said there is ��� need for one  in,(,the,, Gibsons-Sechelt.area,, .Reporting  on 'the'"work load of staff, Dr. Gemmill  liminary study of the whole lower town-j> -said there were times this summer when  site area, mainly for future development' he wondered how they could keep up  arid how to handle existing i_roblems.      with it, He also complimented .hq staff  SEWER   PROJECT on their fine efforts'  Village clerk Dave Johnston said that  the   "green  light"  had   beeh  given   by  INTRODUCTION  Ono thing that has been accomplished  there is the problem of travel but most  problems in this Unit are in common  with those on Vancouver Island.  Chairman Agnes Labonte after listening to the discussion proposed that, either  this. Unit bevincluded in the Vancouver  Island Region or the very large lower  mainland region be split into smaller regions with Coast Garibaldi, North and  We$t Vancouver becoming one of them.  Indian-Band accepts  Reg. Board invitation  AN,.INVITATION extended July 10th to  appoint  a delegate,  or  delegates,  to  attend planning committee meetings  oi!  the' Regional  Board,  was  accepted  this  Decision held over...  New concrete wharf plans  studies by Sechelt Council  ^nn,r,M . ot> ,_.after-much' pressure 'brought' to1 bear' ori "wijel^Bynh^S&h'dinh'aiirr'Blan'dr  '���_l\i<&V. tf<$W.fyfaM',. Ii *,'1  1968 Harbour Development Plan,  ...���', Council.,. agreed ...at. la_jt;; week's meet-,  ing, with Mayor Wally Peterson's rec-  oit.monda.tlon that a meeting Should be  arranged as soon as possible, Coast Chilcotin MP Paul S\. PJerre will be invited  to attend together, with Mr. Ken Kerr,  engineer, with' the firm of Dayton and  Knight Ltd, \  tm..'.. ,V" ^'^^���'ASf^jiyS' oWm] . that' .")'-.' TvWjwct  would be ejigiblo^ for Federal Govern  the sower project,as council is still within  the $��45,000 debenture, issue,, The, treatment 'plant contract Has been let arid  work is underway on excavation.  Before hold-bach;' money is released  on'1 the stage which involved tho collection line, an advertisement will be placed  in , local; newspapers asking property  owners with complaints to submit 1,Hem  to couhcll so that they can bo dealt with  before'isettlement  Is'made.. , ,  ' <  the former Department, of Health, is tho  establishment of a full-time;public health,  inspector in Gibsons, Mr. Jach; .Somers  comes l,.ere from North Saskatchewan  where he has had several years' experience as'P.H.I;, and he was Introduced at  the Unlqn Board,of Health meeting. This  mcaris7that"' there are three public health  inspqetors: now 7ser,vlng Coast'Garibaldi  Health- Unit, located at Powell River ls<  Sr, ,P,H,I.i Peter  Bell and  taking  over  At the June 29th meeting of the Sunshine vCoast Regional Board it was agreed, after discussion, that tho Band bo  asked to consider representation at Planning Committee meetings to discuss issues of mutual advnntago, Further, that '  it would bo pleased, to,..,meet with the  Band Council whenever 'problems of  mutual "concern occur. '"'"'"  ���[ At the September 21st meeting of the  Band it. was decided to accept the lnvltn-  'tion, A lottor^hnSbt^'Pntitlterilung tho  Board for recognising the fact thut muttons'of mutual concern exist and stating  that such meetings will bo attended by  Chief 1-J.onry, Paull.  PLANS have been announced for construction of a concrete wharf at the  site of the old Sechelt wharf on Boule--  vard and already panic calls have started  from the ecologically minded. Fears are  that '".'it''-will": be7"used' foTTgravel'Ibadirig"'  bul the Times has learned that this is  definitely  not the case.  'Plans were'' submitted to'Council last'  week by "Port O' Call" Enterprises, understood   to   bo   a   subsidiary   o.   Rivto  Straits.  Length, of   tho  facility  will be  333   ft,,   concrete   decked   and   built   on  ^nci,olb'*pilih"'gsr'Uso"'was' listed''as'' "for"  service and supplies",  ,,,,. Alderman Norm ,Watson ,asked what  Is meant  by  "sorvice    and    supplies"?  Muyor Lang- said ho too had wondered  but   understands   tho  structure  will  bo  mainly to carry oil company pipes plus  a walkway. Further, he said ho has been  given  to  understand  that futuro  plans  will call for a breakwater adjacent to the  dock in order to accommodate..>"��.  complex. Ho added that ho had asked an  executive,of tho company to supply him  with a  copy  of  tho  original  lease   requirements. These will apply, to tho new  dock.  Ale}.  Watson  said  ho would like ,to  Health Unit meeting... ���  *n i  i    t~ >"  Dental care expenditure-  B.C. short changed claim  BRITISH' Columbia  Is  being    nhorU  .changed on dental care expenditure,  according (o a report submitted by Const,  "Garibaldi deril'..' li'calth" consuKiiiVtr"T5r."~"  T,   W,  Hicks  who  nlloiKlorl lust  wookV  meeling of lho HonlM. Unit hold lu So-  ol\��ll,  j According, In a rmjonl roporl unbuilt-  jl'lo Iho  Cnllogn nf Pc.nti.1  Hurgcotif,  or. H.C, six \n)i\ i:oul of llio nalliiu's tnt.il  expenditure on piu'Hoi.al health euro goes  o'ward  denial ��� care  cdhIh.  Iu  11C.   tho  .percentaiio Ih ]okh than two pur cunt.  -^"Figuror-Ri vein inivoopor r nl. owh,ii a r  lotal  public health expenditure In Il.C.  for tho,year ,'72-*73 was .^24,100,000;,dan-,  !ul  public, hdalth  funding  amounted   to  $437,000,  adequate l'lscal policies., Thoro In, uh yet,  no foreseeable or effective  panacea i'or  good dental health; Fluoridation of com-  "munal 'wa.or"f,upplies'In tho "province,"Tar  . from ��� bolng   , mandatory,   noUuilly    eon-.  founds (lenioerutlo principles by requiring  ii .IO';.* favourable r.win.iiHi. at the polls,  To a Im'j.e oxlenl, thu resident of Hrlllsh.  L'oluinbla are denleil oven this safe and  ejifeellvr.,measure, Thin means, wo must  eiineeutrale our offortH lo effect pOHitlvi.)  tuid valuable provonllvo donlal program  for. Ihu citizens of this province. When  "nno-con.slflerR-thc,,'M.vlnclfl~ln":doimrR"nrid''  manpower (considering a f"0% reduction  In dental .,disease .rate)  tho ndvantago,.  accruing  In  terms, of decreased  prlvato  trout mont   uo��tti   unci   Improved  pl.yt.ioul  see the lease before approving the proposal. It was therefore agreed the matter' be held over' pending study of the"  original lease.  ILLEQAL   PARKING  Mayor Lang drew attention to the  fact that cars are parking almost on top  of the new fire hudrant near the 'bowling alley and he has received a numbor  of complaints regarding the offence.  Aid. Watson,, commenting, on the illegality of the practice, said  that If It  ��� continues " Hfi^htfrTfdnic^B'r^lic^JEira'  marshal! will take the matter up with  the,, police,.,,.Aid.;��� Bernel ;,Gordon broke,_,  silence to suggest thoy be charged. Aid.  Watson replied "We know that will remedy tho situation but I feel they should  be warned first. I would agree that If  thoy continue after being warned then  they should bo .charged". 7 7 .7.7', 7..: 77  JjdoiK*.5i_->f!d he has ;beon asked  T ,* '���'' d��wn numbers of  offending^Gff��.��n.nd phone them In to  the detachment, thoy7;would tHon ��� bo  taken   care  of,  It was moved warnings bo posted first  lp hopes that charges, will not prova  nccesffary, ���       "     '    ���. ' ���  DOCK  SLEEPERS  , ,^'!lpw|pg.,tannouncomQnt,.that .action  was bohig considered to ro;novo sleepers  from the Porpoise Bay wharf, Aid, Ted  JM*��!M.^te^  many   ol   the  olfondors.  Last' wool;  ho  ..'"lyl.N^ot.'ionip.clQtorlorHUon.hi tho, situation. "A bunch pf them appear to havo  roturnod", lie warned,  It  was  reported  that  u  number, of   '  ���fltpo  pago A-fl  7  .*v��fc(a��<*i*fc.f*llHia- it*. *  Ad-Briefs  point  fhe way  lo  'ipjatf-ijl iJJ*if T*W>WTi"-  Proiontotlon  Obviously, dollfihted with his task,   Madgo, Hfinson on loft, I*r68.cl6nt of   Society. Tho: money rcprcscntB tho'  . JoromyA'ounflof lioborts.CTCokAcl-.KBrancIv 09. Sr.�� Citizens' Association .profltirom crops grown on tho farm  . , visory Farm presents two substantial .and, on right to; Mrs.- Mary: Tinkley , during tho .summer,  cheques of   f 001,25 veuch, Jo,., Mrs,   reprosenUng UieSr.pitlzon6��. Housing    _;;,    ,     ra^TJx^*ieptUiu.BrltUh���Columblftat__JoiL_hqaliluM"l^^^  pi'^vontlvo dentistry said Dr. Melts who    luo of monies required for public heatlh  -irtawrthnt-oVoTnvM^   ""' " "        "   am ono full-time dental hyglonlst and  assistant in the Honlth Unit,  t>r7Mlck,s: report concluded with tho  following   paragraph:  Tho Toronlo donlal hnnllh hUllnlles  dejinealo clearly ailalnablo poult, for our  province, .TJiomo Nivcln Jimvo been jui-  hluved utter yomu of isiiort by daMUuutwd  public licullh uniployoca  cncouruAJcd  by  zln-Today's~CtesslflGd^  , ^"��w��w��ta��w��aa��>��MUtwnaaawiMMM^ (    (,  1000 AUST7"  American," radio ahd Mr, l  Kxc. on gas, ;ow mileage, $1100 ���vnluo.  Must sell, $700.  *4mrmmmimwmmm��mmm9U*w*MuumMiimm4Mi^^  l.rfiVoiUU'n'i.roRrnmrnlngr  Qiuvilloned about ttl(le*effeeth of fluoridation, tyr, lllcks said there are no ,ad-  vernr. fiide-r.l'fectn. A vevvnrd hna been  offered In ,tlte Unlled Hlntci for anyone  who eau prove harmful iddo-effocls of  fluoridation, and oo-uiio has yet, been  ttblo Ui elaliit U. llowovur, Dr. Hid...,mid-  ad that tho^u oppohed tu fluoridation  Wjill novur boliuvo tlilu.  * ������"������"TlrY.rt*1*1 tm\_.t_ I t1__A_h# _. ________,��i*t^w*fi,��_��iVK*rw^^  A']PSi�� lo^lTifiosTrooch over Z500 homo*  (10.000 readers),  ��� Timet Clo'sslfkds go lNTo"th�� homw . , ...  no. on lawn*, Mreot* or In culyirlp,  ��� Tlmos Classified* aro lowcost, hl^lvpotwcv  ���   tales tonics, ���  , '  ��� Phono Unci opon Sunday; cloiilfiod  885-9654 Sechelt, 886-2W1 Gib��oni,  i-mimm^^'^��^m^m*0^mm^m9\  mWraiWW<awt'W>*W'aM'jff��i  Ml^M!a*MAttM<Jp>>��>#lttfe.  mm^>mmif*i0mA%^>mmm0i^^m^^  \ 'i  ���a' \  \  .  \  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday,  September 27,  1972   , LU "Jy��� :   Safe Motorihg  7       BACK   TO   SCHOOL  TIIOUSATIDS  of  young  ppople  returned\,  1o '....honl this month and drives  rhould he p'-.penally rarelol in watching  for them. Always remember children dn  unpredictable things Drivers are- reminded to pay particular attention tq  :r|icoi /.one: inifl to obey all school /.one  ���.nerd : iajari;. f___() m.p.h.). The police will  ..'.��� closely wutcbitig school zones for  speed  violators.  Motorists should also be on the lookout for increased bicycle traffic, especially m .the early mornings and late after-  nooiv.  F.irtv-three ��� pedestrians " were   killed  .in Irat'l'ii' accidents in the first six months  'of  tin    year  and   19  of  1ht\m   were  chil- 7  dren   It.   years  olN age   or   younger.  The red fin .lung lamps on a school bus  indicates, that -.tudents are either-entering  or leaving the bus. Vehicle drivers are  required by law to stop when the lamps  are I'lashinr, if they are approaching the  si;.nailing school bus from the front or  the rear The requirement'' of lhe law is  to remain stopped until the lamps slop  flashing-  1972 AMENDMENTS  The following are recent changes  made to the Motor-Vehicle Act Regulations:  1. The mounting of tail lamps and  rear vehicle reflectors at heights of fifteen inches is now allowed rather than  twenty inches minimum height previously required. Two auxiliary driving  lamps are now legal on motor-vehicles,  making possible the development of better headlamp systems. It has long been  1hi> concern that vehicles overdrive the  visible range of headlights when travelling at high speeds and the change will  provide greater safety through belter  visibility. These changes will bring British Columbia vehicle equipment requirements' in line with tlie Canadian Motor  Vehicle   Safety   standards.  2. The new amendments allow police  departments to use blue flashing lamps  im police vehicles as a distinctive inden-  tification. The blue flashing light will  not replace the red warning light on  police vehicles but will supplement it and  police vehicles will still have to show a  flashing red light and sound a siren  when  making emergency  runs.  .".. The use of radial and bias ply tires  has been modified. Tlie regulation now  requires that on four wheeled vehicles  there cannot be a mixture of radial and  bias piys tires but on vehicles with more  than four wheels there can be a mixture  provided all 'tires on an axle are of the  same  type.  .. Recreational vehicles and mobile  homes manufactured after October 1st,  1971.. and offered for sale in British  Columbia must comply with the vehicular safety standard of lhe Canadian  Standards Association. This regulation demands better braking, hitches, lights,  tires and glazing on the vehicles in the  interest  of highway safety.  Loose cargo on trucks causes serious  problems when a sudden stop is demanded. The cargo shifts forward and  frequently slams into the cab of the  vehicles. This is of particular concern  when a cargo vehicle is in an accident.  Devices are available to secure loads ancl  owners of these vehicles are urged to use  Ihem. Your load that may shift could  be a boat, a load of lumber, a snowmobile, or many other articles you transport. A secured load saves compounding  a traffic accident���ancl may save serious  iniunes  \. \  \7  Celebration  Busy people on Saturday were Mir. ing of their expanded, store which  and Mrs. Ken Devries who welcomed reflects the growth of this rapidly  the community to the official open-    developing area.  li:7it  _'pii    "   \, "<?*�����, r..  r-t 4tvait^',,''-_L*��sVif.'. hi': 11'* %..._  ���. ' ftv *������%f&</-'    5s7*-��\ ��?S*Ai���' ���S'&.i  _;*?^fflPf.#iV  . f'    .__>_ ^ 4**''*___.'^ ' t  fJT"> $ * _M.V-$ ���-���  mm  I  I ���  Success story..  Gibsons carpet showroom  undergoes major expansion  With 2800 sq. feet of carpeted display  area Ken Devries Floor Coverings is  a colourful place with a wide choice  Large Selection    7  of hard surface covering including    Devries is always available with ex  cushion floor samples and when the    pert guidance,  choice becomes hard to make, Mr.  SERVICE  CHARGES  The policy of assessing service  charges on past-due accounts' is' becoming  more acceptable. The .sizable percentage  of pus!-due accounts has led many credit  executives iUi consider Imposing such a  ..... vie.1 charge  NEW fibres, weaves ��� and colours have  .revolutionized the carpet industry  during the past five years, carpel even  goes under water to line concrete swimming pools. This'may seem like the ultimate in luxury, but a visit to Ken De  Vrics Floorcoverings Ltd., in Gibsons will  prove that carpet can be as economical  nnd far more ������������beautiful than any -other  type of floorcoverings.  Ken De Vries brought the first showroom devoted exclusively to floorcoverings, to the Sunshine Coast in April 1970  and now, less than two and one half  years later he has expanded into twenty-  eight hundred square feet area which  displays to advantage; the huge rolls of  carpet.  A visit to the lovely showroom is  enough to brighten anyone's day ahd is  almost equivalent to being in a beautiful garden which probably has something  to do with the' winding pathway of imitation tile linoleum nestling in the green  shag carpeting and surrounded by a  kaleidoscope of colour provided by the  samples of carpeting.  At a guess almost eighty per cent of  carpeting is now nylon, says Mr. De  Vries, and surprisingly there are two  carpet manufacturers in British Columbia, one- in Kelowna, the other in North  Vancouver.  Keeping pace with the new exquisite  colours ot carpets are equally beautiful  drapes, and those are also on display so  that carpeting and drapes can be selected at. the same time. There is also a  complete section devoted to hard-floor  covering which now includes cushion  linoleums ranging in price from $4 to  Jj.10.9f> per square yard,,  Mr, Do Vries and his staff which includes his wile Freda, son Albert and  ���'his:" wife Mary ^Ann; vand?' ��� two': valued"  young men Al Lawson and Dana Mur-'  phy, aro all experienced in the business  which does -not end at the: sales counter  but  follows through with Installation by  highly qualified personnel.  The De Vries family came from Holland to- Canada1, twenty-one years ago  and before coming to Gibsons owned a  successful l'loorcovering business in Vancouver for fifteen years under the same  company name. Despite the recent expansion, Mr. De Vries finds in more relaxing to be in business on the Sunshine  Coast where already he is held in high  esteem, and this piece of information  was obtained from talking to more-thai-^  satisfied clients.  The expansion sale lasts from September 23rd through to October 14th  and the prices are, really something to  watch, and if you too are curious about  such names as Algerian Orange, Indian  Corn, Egyptian Gold and Ancient Green,  drop in to the showroom and see for  yourself what has been happening in  the   carpet   industry.  DOOR PRIZES  Door prize winners at the store were:  Mrs. Gary McDevitt, Gibsons, throw  rug. Mrs. J. A. Morgan, Halfmoon Bay,  carpet sweeper. Mrs. Sowerbuts, Gibsons, oval  rug.   _ ______ 1    i  ____/.        )4|  Doctors have helped to alert us to  the role of cigarettes in lung cancer and  in other diseases.  .. J   w      f     f_ *        * _+ * V*.* *     . \  Wall to wall beauty and comfort in  green, gold, orange, pluhn and cherry red has to be seen to be really  appreciated, and Ken Devries spaci-  Visual Display  ous new display area leaves little to    the most luxurious dreams at rea-  the imagination when choosing the    son;able sale prices,  colour and style to fit in witli even  lMIUU��UUUUUI.lMUU��UJUBm  Thoro aro somo 10.r> million adults  In ,lhe U,R, whu cannql road well enough  i'o fill out "survival fonns"��~appllca1ions  for drivers' licenses, Medicare, bank  loans,   and  other   necessary   forms,  ATTENTION GAME HUN  1 FROZEN  TYEE PRODUCTS LTD.  [Socholt 885.20121  ADULT EDUCAflON PROGRAM  School  District No. 46 (Sechelt)  Registration Date will be October 2, 1972 for Sechelt  Elementary,   Gibsons   Elementary   qnd   Elphinstone  Secondary.  LENQTH OF COURSES: >  Courses start the week of Octobr 9 unless otherwise in-  and ? 0 after Christmas unless otherwise arranged with  ��� - - ������������ - ������-���- ������ ��� the ��� instructor, ���    ������ ��� ������ .; -: -   .-....,    .  FEES AND REFUNDS:  The program must be self-supporting. Fees are payable  the'first nighf ancf are not refundable. Fees range from  $10 to $25.  This new symbol  stands for   -* 44.4V', I   i    I     ���    .,t    �� * v..,. -.,. ,.,.,,,..,,..,,.,.,. ���.-,..-.., .,..,..,.   something special  *-".,. froift, - W^h-**.**1. r��J**^*i. * . V* .  '  (".'         ,H''\l"  FOR INFORMATION CONTACT;  School  Board Office ��� 886-2225  Pender Harbour Aroa ^- Jack Tiernan '883-2666  Gibsons-Sechelt Area ��� P-  Rempel  88B-&462  Elphinstone Secondary School  ���.i,i.itfwm f_. ���!** iB ila-iM. v.* J(i-.i  I"  h4  e-.>:  .ft  e  . |V. t...   1,1  LAPIDARY MATHEMATICS  " ^tVP'lRO ' ; -sevYING""���""     ', T  ,OG SCALING     " '    DRAMA         SNC3LISH (Now Canacllcin'.)'      GUITAR"  HOUSE CONSTRUCTION ��        PHOTOGRAPHY  KEEP-FIT INDUSTRIAL FIRST, AID  M'���"������MAGftA'ME ��~' ���;-���  AUTOMOTIVE TUNE-UR  WELDING ��� ,     '       DEFENSIVE DRIVING  POTTERY     7    , sqUBA DIVING     '  /,, MOUNTAINEERING-u,(RocK or. Snow)'     7   ,  .... .1, '.11, ff>    1.      . M,    I     ,       ,    ,    1 ,    ' .       I  ,,    . '.|l|    ,  Gibsons Elemerstary  School  ADULT VOLLEYBALL  ���   " '"V"" v -"    '���  ���4*mH^i*4*��to>*wm*iig im%7 i^if''riv*>^ f*�� '*"** ",* "*" *"''  BRIDGF7  CARPENTRY  FLOOR HOCKEY  Sechelt Elementary  School  ^^^VEAVInG .    ,   ,     BAND   , ,  YOGA                      "     '    "V HANDBALL    '     ,  DEFENSIVE DRIVING '    ;7!;: KARATE   '' 7"   *  ��    ���:���  b. ..., ���i  1 ,  1 1  1 ���. ,1  New Courses ,.,:,���    ,  T^b public Is Invited to suggest courses not listed  m4im��fmm^m*m^mm*mm^iim  mfmw>tfm&mr#mxmm<*itw  *L .**'  'J. :t-'   J1'     **_.-'  "a   'iS'"-.1'^       F' VJ"  s ' iA   ^_\  Wo bollovo thoro'o eomottilng spool... about tho  .qunirty of foocja grown right horo In prltlah Coium-  able.. Tp .book up that. MM ~ ancl Jo, holp, you  jocpgnlw.B a, foptt, products "V.Q'csjntrpciuoina  �� now "home-crown'' P.O. symbol. You'll bo aoolng  It on alflna, labols' t.rW onrtpna �� and Vvhorovpr It  appeara, you oah bo auro you're .dotting a genuine.  B.CproduQt, You'll QI8o.���bqq tha symbol In a  provlnoo-wldo adverting1 campaign for B,0,-  Brown producta. Look for the now "homa-growiY1  B,q, symbol and qIvp your support to pur agricultural Industry,,     ������ r\.'  i^Bii4^i*>w,w����^^^f|iM*ftw*'^^  '****^B^*^MB,***a*,MMM*>*^,FMPMPi.fliffl.iMMWjtiJM  -��  -OOYERNMENTOFTHE PROVINCE  ���OF BRITJ6H COLUMBIA  Department of Industrial Develepmonti  Tffldo(landCpmmqrco  '��� y      pepflrtmpn^otAgrtcijitura  1- ,.'.,  W^ia^iiWBfftoW'ag^iWi^ 4UW*f9_  4mm  '".        " \  ���\  At Brushwood Farm...  Weather-man generous  for riding club's show  RAIN threatened . to wash-oul Timber  Trail Riding Club's recent fall show,  but just in time the wet mist began to  clear and as the day progressed, the  weather improved.  Bruce and Trish Cramer had made  Brushwood Farm on Pratt Road available  for the event which commenced with the  foal showing and ended with western  games. Judge was Mrs. Dorothy Tod-  hunter and Vancouver police inspector  -Bud Errington was ringmaster.  Stylish rider Lee White and her mount  Yeller once again took the junior trophy  with 19 points and was awarded the high  point junior trophy donated by Sechelt  Agencies Ltd.  Gordon McKee of Roalcogor Ranch  at Pender Harbour, riding Kadluck Na-  voiyak gained 17 points to take the  senior high point trophy donated by Mr.  and  Mrs.   Fred .Stenner.  It was a bad-luck1" day for Julie Gallup, an Elphinstone student who received  a nasty kick from a fractious horse and  was unable to enter the events.  Foals: 1st Yogis Sunrise (Lowell  Pearl); 2nd Brushwood Peso (Debbie  Marsh); 3rd Bar Black McCue (Linda  Husby); 4th Brushwood Sabrina (C.  Sandy). '      '   ' (  Yearlings: 1st Cloudy";. Sr^itnce.'.Debbie  Marsh);  2nd  Sahara's  Rapture   (Don  Gallup); 3rd Brushwood Kitty Hawk (S.  Woods); 4th Blue Spotted Lady (L. Pearl).  Junior champion: Cloudy's Smoke  owned by Brushwood Farm.  Stallions: The only stallion entered  but a beautiful animal was Ken Fiedler's  Al   Husan.  Mares: 1st Birit Faharazim (C. Chamberlin); 2nd Hoiiey Aga McCue (E. Vani-  chuck); 3rd Babe Taylor (Barbara Knudsen.;,   4th   Tennessee   (Lynn   Blomgren).  Qeldings: 1st Kadluck Navoiyak  (Gordon McKee); 2nd Tiffaddi (Debbie  Marsh); 3rd Sharab's Golden Sundance  (Lynn Fiedler); 4th Cyrano (Don Gallup).  Senior champion: Mr. Cee. Chamber-  lin's lovely Arab mare Bint Faharazim,  took the senior champion  award.  Horse and rider: Gordon McKee and  Kadluck Navoiyak won the trophy donated by J. Harvey Department Store for  the best turned-out horse and rider;, 2nd  Elaine Vanichuk (Honey Aga McCue);  3rd Barbara Knudsen (M. Rang); 4th  Lee White (Yeller).  Pleasure: Senior Western Pleasure,  1st Gordon McKee (Kadluck Navoiyak);  2nd Barbara Knudsen (Babe Taylor)'; 3rd  Cathy White  (Shufly Boy).  .  Junior  Western   Pleasure,   1st   Elaine  Vanlchuclr (Honey Aga McCue); 2tfd' Lee'  While   (Yeller);     3rd   Susan     Kleirrieer  X  N w*. 7  -A      .  \     '       \  \    \    t- -\\  V .*,  ���W-Adv.  v.i��Wrss  I     VtT.<-    .  \  \V  \  Politicians attending..>  \  A v  Cultural-Unity Conference  set for Secjielt October 7  7 .      .-'������, 7. v  The Peninsula Times    ,v    Paige \A-3,    -7'  \ Wednesday, September ,27, 1972  ;,  Business  Development  Housing nine apartments and the  home of Ken Devries Floor Coverings Ltd., this recently expanded  building is an attractive addition to  the Gibsons business community.  The whole length of the ground floor  is devoted to the display of all types  of floor covering.''  (Red   Raider).  Sr. Western Equestrian: 1st Cathy  White (Shufly Boy); 2nd Barbara Knudsen (Babe Taylor); 3rd Gordon McKee  (Kadluck Navoiyak); 4th Debbie Marsh  (Tiffaddi).  Jr. Western Equestrian: Elaine Vni-  chuck (Honey Aga McCue); Lee White  (Yeller);   Susan   Kleimeer   (Red   it'aider).  Open jumping:  Gordon  McKee  (Kadluck Navoiyak);'Kevin Anderson*  Point Joe); Susan Kleimeer (Red Raider).  Barrel racing: Lee White (Yeller);  Cathy White (Shufly Boy); Tom Stenner (Miss Snow Cat); Kevin Anderson  (River  Point  Joe).  Pole bending: Kevin Anderson (River  Point Joe); Cathy White (Shufly Boy);  Tom Stenner (Miss Snow Cat); Dave  Husby (Buddy).  Stake race: Lee White (Yeller); Kevin  Anderson (River Point Joe); Dave Husby  (Buddy); Nina Christmas (Kitty O'Doon).  Keyhole: Kevin Anderson (River  Point Joe); Lee White (Yeller); Nina  Christmas (Kitty O'Doone); Tom Stenner (Miss Snow  Cat),  Every   parent   is   at   some   time   the  father   of     the   unreturned     prodigal,  withf nothing  to'.do  but keep ..his  house,  open   to  hope.  AT A Presidents' Council of the, British-,  Columbia Association, of "Non-Status N  Indians, held in Vancouver' last August,  Tony Belcour.t, the National Metis and  Non-Status Indian leader, said that a  great communication gap existed between  the non-status natives and the rest of the  community. Not only has this gap existed between-the non-status people and  the White population, but also in the  relation to registered Indians.  If this is the case, then the Sunshine  Coast Local of the BCANSI, must be  commended in its attempt to bridge that  gap.  Ben Prest and Wayne Clark are now  working day and night to ensure that the  Cultural Unity Conference on October  7th, in Sechelt, will become a vehicle to  break   down   this   centuries   old   barrier.  They have^ already mailed out preliminary briefs, on cultural-unity, to various  Indian, community, and political leaders.  Nov/ they are preparing policy statements, to be presented to the assembly  on ^October 7th, on housing, recreation,  education, economic development, and  political involvement. It is their aim to  have these statements ready for presentation to the general membership on Oct. 3.  "This is a democratic organization,"  says Ben Prest, president of the local.  "Once we have the policy statements  developed, we'll present them to the  general membership and make amendments, deletions, additions, etc. In the  end the* policy of this local must truly  reflect the views of the members, all  the members. And we are doing everything possible to get all the non-status  people on the Sechelt Peninsula involved."  Invitations to attend the conference  have now been confirmed by Don Lockstead, newly elected NDP member of  the legislature, and his opponent in the  recent provincial election, Liberal candidate Mike Blaney. Federal politics will  be equally well represented as both Paul  St. Pierre and Harry Oteussen, the Liberal and NDP candidates, have promised  tb~atterid. Several otherMLAs haveTalsb  sent word that they will be attending  the conference if their schedule permits.  "Although there will be political figures representing all levels of government in attendance," said Prest, "this  is not a political forum. They will have  an opportunity to address the assembly,  but the conference will deal mainly with  Indian culture, and the Indian position  in modern society."  The Sunshine Coast local has already  made arrangement for accommodation  with three motels, and have booked the  Peninsula Drive-In dining room for the  dinner. Indications are that most of the  people coming to the gathering will also  be coming to the dance at Robert's Creek,  later that evening. Provincial leader of  the BCANSI-r^F-t-ed���Ho use-has-promised  that he will bring his fiddle and intends  to   p-Jay   it   during   intermissions   at 4.he_  dance.  "This promises to be one of the most  constructive gatherings to be held on  the sunshine Coast in a long time," says  Wayne Clark, a Board member.  Clark, who has served on the provincial executive of the NDP in the past,  also expressed" pleasure that so many of"  the politicians are interested in the problems of the "non-status people, and the  problems faced by Indians generally.  Clark says, "It is of paramount importance that the new government in  Victoria is made to realize right away,  that they will not be the cure-all for  native people. Rather, the answers and  remedies must come from native people themselves. All VictoVia can and  should do, is make available, to the people, programs that are now in existence,  and not be a stumbling block in any  way with well intentioned, paternalistic,  legislation.  "That is why I, as an individual, am  very happy to see the new Premier, Dave  Barrett, get off on the right foot with  instructions to the Hon. Mr. Frank Calder  and the Hon. Mr. Norm Levi, to form  a policy to make available all areas of  government that were formerly denied  us.  "One of the greatest catalysts that  we, as Indians, can use to attain economic stability, is control of our own  financial destiny. And I see ih my mind's  eye, the $25,000,000 of the First Citizens'  Fund, which is presently invested in  Hydro and other bonds, should be redirected with the thought of being invested, in its entirety, in the only native  Indian controlled financial house, the  Coyote Credit Union."  Evelyn Prest and Imelda Schmidbauer  went on an all day recruiting expedition  to Pender Harbour, on Setpember 21st��  and were pleased by the reception they  received. Not only did they enjoy visiting with the ladies from the upper peninsula, but they returned with four new  membership applications.,_They are now  planning to return to the area, and arrange a meeting between potential members and the rest of the executive.  The Pender Harbour non-status first  expressed interest in the BCANSI to  Henry Paull, chief of the Sechelt Indian  Band, and he directed them to the Sunshine Coast Local executive. This is another example of how the Sechelt band  has co-operated with, indeed helped, the  non-status  group.  Mrs. Prest reports that she has been  very cordially received whenever she  has dealt with the business community  on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Local,  and that much interest has been expressed   in   the   October   7th   gathering.  "All kinds of people have asked  questions about the conference," she  says. "It's amazing how many people  never realized before that there was  such  a   thing  as   a   non-status   Indian.   I  gu��ss one' of the reasons for this is th-*t ^  very few of our people have -ever sppke'n.  out before. Most of the people are since- ,  rely interested in what werjre trying to.  do,   and   are ��� very   helpful.   It's   been   a  lot   of   work   and   running^ around, _.but_  "I'm   sure   October   7th   will   prove,   that  ".ill our efforts were worth it.  TOO  lAtex  TO  CLASSIFY Y  REAL  ESTATE  PROPERTY OWNERS  ATTENTION!  960  sq.  ft.  3   bdrm.  completely  finished  MODULAR HOMES  CMHC Approved, price $12,900 f.o.b.  Vancouver*.  Information, Box 5555,  The Times. Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  WORK WANTED (Male)  YOUNG MAN  Age   34   seeks   position    as    Progressive  Conservative, Member  of Parliameht for  the Coast-Chilcotin Riding. Born in Winnipeg and educated  at Chilliwack High,  University   of   B.C.,   Toronto   University,  Oregon State University. Raised on Fraser Valley  Farm. Headed  B.C.  Dept.  of  Agriculture  Farm  Economics  Dept.  Has  represented   B.C.   at   Federal-Provincial  Conferences".  Fully experienced in many  facets of government. Available October  30.  To secure  services vote John Pankratz. ->  CARD OF THANKS  THANKS to John Harvey of Harvey's  Department Store for the beautiful  colour TV. First prize in the expansion  celebration. Thanks again.���John, Adam  and   Joan. '  926-44  FOR RENT  FURNISHED  house on the park, beach. ,  Light and heat incl. $150 jnonth. References  required.  Ph.  885-2324.       590-44  UNFURNISHED      3-bdrm.       waterfront  home,   Gibsons   Harbor.   No   children.  $160 month.  Ph.  886-2470. 591-44  CARS and TRUCKS  I960 CAMPERIZED Volkswagen window  van,   with  rebuilt  '64   Beetle  engine,  $395.   Ph.   885-2628. 589-44  FOR SALE  ONE   full-size  Lowrey   organ,  $575.  Ph.  886-2381. 592-44  LOST  . SMALL adult ginger tabby cat in Secrst  'Cb've   &r e'&'.   Tlimid ! .spayed   female.  Please   plione   N.   Van.,   9__9-3517.   543-44  UNTIL OCTOBER 14th  ,aza  Indian Corn - Bittersweet Green  A beautiful multicolor shag! medium length tuft, high lustre nylon  yarn of the finest quality. With 5/16" thick underpad and installation included, our total price per sq. yd.  Ancient Green - Sterling Gold  Algerian Orange - Persian Plum  A thick, medium length, two tone shag, mado of nylon yarn.  With 5/16" thick ^nderpad and installation included, our total  price per sq. yd.  ^Jwidt ^Ji  MANDERIIM  ORANGE���Approx.   18%  sq. yds,  SPRING GREEN���Approx.  44 sq. yds.  CHERRY; RED���Approx.  28*^  sq. yds.  A Ycry-hcayy, kinky twist made of nylon yarn. Heat Set. Sugg,  retail por sq. yd. $17.95. Our reduced price, sq. yd.  V  I *^fh^^M"l>*li4Al;-.6fff_l^l��T.T<<l  This reduced price includes 5/16" thick underpad as well as  installation.  I   1   I   .',���!        ��� III'*       1,1.     I     '/        .>  I im&&#mpm*^  yJzile    <Jj(  >urcwa\  INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET  iwaa. Hmaiw'aPI l|i Hi wa��wm"r'waan.i..iiu main (��� __*��v vwawi���.' lawu-ia-iiWT'm-.ii ���i>.a.^.mi,..v.>w.tim ywmnv -n.��, j.ii..��ni,.������.HTr,B~gF_-i iM_.i�����.i.���m~~�������������ig.i-"iw���,Ki���wT.�����,T.-��� i��j   ,l"^j���,",,;"g ".a���wa  Usq It whoroYQir you like it���will not rot or mildew. i2'xo' wide.  1 5 colors, Sq. yd.  ,., in w i |  .',.  ROOM SIZE RUGS  TOO MANY ITEMS, ANP PRICES SO JLOW,  "WE^WItlCWOT^MENTiON^HEM-IN^HIS^Apl  .   t  1       \i   r,    .     ,.-��,'l W,a-*|"   I      ���   4r-��  fWpwwtW��M��ff^  ��H��*��8L*����^^  mSTrARRiyiP:  .  UH I ih' ���nl(t,  ^>^amm^    Special      *  Egyptian Gold - Moss Green  _Xhp4i'9h*P.��fiQmi^^^  yarn, high-low swirling design, tip sheared. With 5/16" thick  underpad and installation included, our total price per sq, yd.  i  S"*J*)W^lf^.M!����i^  On all Linoleums in stock for the  duration  of this sale  .  r .  ���^�����1 Oyo-^'ltl 1 SCO (J NT  I ���*���- Bfjljl **mM-m*4mm***.'  l*Wwaa.^|iB*ffl^.^piwi^  Lino  MARKED DOWN TO 1/a PRICE  ���t  Ana ot CduTsrcTwe' install all car*  pets and linoleums sold by us. Our  staff   is   highly   qualified   and   all  workmanship is absolutely  *"1"''"' '        "" ' * M '' p* J*_B ^m 9W%\ ���    w���. P P I ^0 ^NF "J)"���, 4 A ' *'"' '  CARPET ROLL ENDS  LOW -  LOW  PRICED  r5.ZES-FROM~TZ"~TO-6..T"  "'".  1^ ���"   ."-*   .1 ," .'  ���tyf'...,   ,,...,.,,  vmJiimanrrm^rY^vms^ftftf  KtBimm.W__t HI tmm��BB jBl H^imbwH.__r��'_M't^M _WrtM^^i_t' **>*  *___F^*__I ��___******* in na _ari"MWB_l4__Ha_l H^^W^^^**  kll   Ilk   V lllkV  ttmXtm  l' i    I   V  FLOORCOVERINGS  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  880-7112'."  ���*"���*/" *'!'GIBSONS'",.;" "7 k "/  086-7112  litgfftYWaW^  ummmmmmvmmmm  <Mjmmmm^mmwwt.Mt4^  reft-WBijffiE^^  mmt^%jf&&MM&m  ������V  #Wft**��aa*��#<iW^  MirtMlplWtai^BiyWlWWlMI.  "*or*  m|W��Wta��IWffiffl.*W*a-E if**  ��W��.i|lWi^'Wa��?t^^ f��WBWWiM��tid_^^  I^U*WM  -ii-��#iiiiNmwHit>w^ \  \  \  7  ���\  \  \     ^ Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  The Peninsula j,im&>   .Gibsons - Phone 886-ii 21  _LE_  ^���t  ���\ ^  Page A-4       Peninsulo Times, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1972    R��AL ESTAT�� {6ont) -REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  w6rk wanted  \  HELP WANTED (continued)    AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont)   _AUJPS & TRUCKS fcconfj  Published Wednesdays by  POw*ll River News Town Crier  Sechelt Tiur.es Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  OBITUARY  1  Member, Audit Bureau  -    ot Circulations  March 31, 1972 "  Gros. Circujlafrioti 3275  Poid Circuiotion 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  ot Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rate*:  3-L,np Ad-Bnets ll?  won.-.)  One liv.eilion $1.10  11 nee Jpv'fl.ioiis $2.20  tKtra lines (4 word5.)-"1       "     30c���  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers ..'-.:  50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  ,     for Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In 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 Rate*������  By   Mail:  Local Area .���$6.00 yr.  Outside  Local Areo  . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A.     $9.00  yr.  Overseas    ._$10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,'  Local   Area $3.50  W'EST���September  15,  1072 in\  Nanaimo, Alfred Roy West,  lun.H-'i'ly of llio Seehelt Peninsula, a^ecl .il years. Survived  by one son Archie- of Sechelt,  two daughters, Florence Dubois of Merrill and Mrs. ,Shir-.  ley Cooper of Nanaimo, B.C.  .Fourteen grandchildren and  thirteen great grandchildren.  Re./. J. Williamson will conduct the service in the Funeral Chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Wednesday, September 20 at 2 p m. Interment  Seaview" Cemetery. 548-46a  IN MEMORIAM  Legal  IN loving memory of a dear  relative, Dorothy Rose Erickson who passed away on  September. 23rd, 1971, Sadly  missed.���-The  Jackson  Family.  558-44  ANNOUNCEMENTS  MR. and Mrs. H. B. Ward of  * Queen Charlotte City are  pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Lorraine Anne to David  ���lames. Gavin, stppson of Mrs.  William Gavin and th.�� late  Mr. Gavin. Wedding will take  Seehelt. Rev. Stanley Sears  place October 7th at 8 p.m. in  ofliciatiriH'. 565-44  PERSONAL  Canada      Single Copies .   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Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  ' ot 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 (.omposition charge Is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  cus:oVri_tr is also chargeable at an  hourly rate lor the additional  work.  COMING EVENTS  ANNUAl", ���Thi.nl.HHlvinu   Din-  hit,       SI,       lliirll.nlom.'w'i.  Oliui'eh  Si.ihIii.y  Ocl.   IT), [....0-  "fl::"l)'"j)"nV."l"aVl!ili   Hull.   Adult  $:?()() -  Child  $1,00,        403-44  WISH   to  contact  Saints members.  2175  or  886-2546.  Latter  Day  Phone 885-  6766-tfr.  BEGINNERS     Square     dance  lessons. For information call  Jack  or  Pat  Whitaker at 885-  2438. 569-tfn  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous  ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays, Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn  BAIIA'I  Faith,  informal chats.  885-95Ga,- 880-2078.       I(j_.-t.fi.  Finish High School at Home  Canada's  Leading  School  FREE BROCHURE  National   College  444   Robson,   Vancouver  688-4913  REAL ESTATE  ].I.CINNI'.I..S    S.iuiuv    Dunce  lessons   lt:0il   p.m,   Mnndtiy,  ���,,,,0(!i ul.iei.��,_'i H.L,nL���W.i In. ii i,��,Ci:uolu  ('umimiiiily  I hill  lur Inform.d-  liin call .Inc.. or I'ul  Whllnlu'r"  -nt IIH5-U4:ill.  d:  ��ar��-i4-  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ', , , aro pleased to sponsor this  Pfrlh   Announcement  space,   and  extends Bost Wlshos to tho happy  parnnts,  CARDS OF THANKS  f]   WM would lll.o lo esprOHfi our  l(riilll)i.l,< to,Un< nil.IT ol' Ht,  Mtii'.v'.i llof.plli.1, llio (loclortt  mul i in i'i.i'n who nllou.loil  Nnncy In piirlleulm' l.m,  ���I'm-lkimmid Ueri'lnn, Tluink  you iiIho |o the Mood dnnni  und the pwpli< who liolped ul  .'xpi'twilun   of   lii'iillliu'li.'   nlno  i��.Mii:iii!   wIioh-'  JM'iiyiM^   holiii'il  dllTl.tull  pui'ind,  l<ll   lliiiii'vliuiin  7)0117"  Invest your future now!  $15,000 down gives possession  of sound post and beam 4  bdrm. home, Spacious living-  dining room features cut stone  fireplace, floor to ceiling view  windows. Family room. Step  saver kitclien, utility. Double  p'umbing. Carport. The large  lot offers many desirable advantages; small garden, fruit,  trees, private inner court. Full  price  only  $.33,.r)00.  Small   view   lot   facing   blk.  lop slrcel,  Lane al   rear.  Easy  '���clewrl 11$"���--���'Hr>l',!';: ftoino   toi'iri^:  availablV'.  Full   prlco   Ls   only   $12,000.  ��� for  oldoi tt   bdnn.home  on  view lot, Clone to shops, PC)  and beach, Dundy .iliirlor  home.  Iiiinmeiilnlo D room luin^n-  -"11) \iy wj y'vi'* I'o t v.'oclw ri ncl" 1 n i vcl rt^n |)tve I ��� ���  vlow lot. Tho "L-fihuiK-d llv-  liig-cllnlng , I'OHturoM built-in  clilnu cablhbl, and linbh Klni'-  ugo. Family hIko kltchon, 2  lovoly bodrooniH, vanity ba'b.  l.HHomeiil ban compk'torl roc  room, funiauo room, cold room  and lUrgo utility .urea,42l),..l)0  on, iioro11h))1,q forma,  L19TINCIS   WANTRDI  .....   ,K,.BUTLER REALTY'  7     , LTD.      ������  ���  ATJ7 TYPES   INSURANCE  aibpoilrl,  B.C.'  ''���'"���      ]"hOnoVUHIJ-2l)00  MIBMBBR  ,       MU.VPIHLI."   LJSTINO       ���SlilHVICM  44  EWART McMYNN    ,   .  REALTY\&  INSURANCE"  ���  Multiple   Listings" Service" "  Box 238,  Gibsons,^ B.C.  GRANTHAMS: A compact  home with tbe absolute in  vie.Ws. Two lit... AC) lurnace.  Beautifully, landscaped lot. Delightfully finished interior.  This outstanding view property is; offered I'or only $K.,500  FP with half cash. Bal. on ca:.y  terms.  GTBSONS RURAL-:'Two large  .level    lots,    size    (;3x?.(i4    .7  each. Located a very r.hnrt .distance  from  Gibsons  on  an  all  paved   road.   Lots   were   previously cleared now lightly overgrown. These lot.: are an excellent investment at.FP $3000  each. Also for" sale, the adjoining   corner   lot    at   h'P' $3fi00.  Road  allowance  at rear of all  lots and on  west  side of corn-  v er-lot.  GIBSONS: 3 fell house located on a nearly ._. acre  lotTTioniij has a large pleasant  living roonT-with an attractive  fireplace. Stove, fridge, freezer and drapes are to remain  with house. Home also has a  one BR self contained revenue suite. Property is conveniently located to shopping,  schools and theatre. FP $38,-  000 with $15,000 down. Try  your trade on down payment.  GIBSONS: Well established,  centrally located beauty parlor. Fully equipped. An ideal  husband ancl wil'e operation.  Close sto laudramat and grocery shopping. Exceli< nt reason for selling. Pleas., enquire  for   ful   particulars.  GIBSONS: Uillcrest Ave. New  "Wilknvdale*" 2 bdrm home.  Trade op to this new home  and get all settled before winter.  GIBSONS BAY AREA: 2 and  3 bedroom homes ��� one on  the waterfront and the other on a very choice acre lot.  Either of these are irrrific  buys.  WILSON CREEK: Here is that.  1 bdrm. cottage that you  have been looking for: for a  retirement paradise. Ver> nice  back garden and a safe,  easv walk lo a nic" sandy  beach.   $18,000   (offers).  LANGDALE: Over 101}'ft. of  prime waterfront on a lovely safe, sandy beach. Executive type home wiih full basement, garage and 2 carports.  Very nicely landscaped and  secluded.  HOPKINS    LANDING:    Very  clean 2 bedroom home, handy   to   ferry.   Under   $'.10,000.  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate  Board  PHCNE  886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box  238, Gibsons, B.C.  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. ���Sheltered?-- deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  Water,- electricity and roaxl.  $17,500'.' Phone 886-7374 or  write box 708, Gibsons.  8202-tfn  WATERFRONT ��� Between  Silver Sands and Madeira  Park. -Over 700' waterfroritage  Highway 101.-Municipal water  nn' 12 acres. Both sides of  .southern exposure. 2 bedroom  modern house, (i years old.  Oysters, clams, salmon for the  taking F.P $05,00. % down.  Phone  owner 885-9565.   584-44  WANTED���Ocean waterfront-  age with own sheltered harbour. Ph. 584-6105. W. Parker,  "15112 Eagle Place, Surrey.  B.C. 501-44  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded.' Near Secret Co.e,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-<>  The Times,  Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  WATERFRONT ��� 5 bedroom  home, A/0. Good view. By  owner, Se"chelt area. Cash to  mortgage. Write P.O. Box 565,  Sechelt, B.C. 570-tfn  CONSTRUCTION Tradesman,  new to Peninsula with 20  years e.xp. Home building^ '  iornia,.. renovations . etc. Contract or bv the hour. John  885-2692. .     567-44  TYPEWRITERS,  adding  machines, repairs-and sales. Ph.  886-7141. 7-tfn  FURNACE    installations    and  burner  service.    Free    estimates.  Ph.  886-7111. 36-tfn  EXPERIENCED*  girl,    looking  for   interesting   work,   prefer   secretarial   but   will   consider  other.   Call  886-7200.  559-44   _         , k . ������ -.  YOUR  painter  is mow   available. Phone. 885-9781. 386-44  PEERLESS TREE  "SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  - limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  HELP WANTED  CHAMBERMAIDS^ and- wait-  ��, reuses wanted full or part  time. Live in or out. Call the  Jolly   Roger   Inn  885-9998.  179-tfn   .���,���-.-^  .;, ��� ���   .  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  OPPORTUNITY for men^ or  ladies with car.to earn extra money, full or part-time.  Apply to Box ��� 952 Powell  River News  4548 Marine Ave.  952-44  EARN MONEY  -        IN SPARE TIME  Men or Women to re-stock  and collect^ money from New  Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area.  No selling. To qualify, must  have car, references, $1000.00  to $3000.00 'cash. Seven to  twelve hours weekly can net  excellent, income. More full  lime. We establish your route.  For personal interview write:  including phone number.  B. V. Distributors Ltd.  Dept.   "A"  1117  Tecumseh  Road,  East,  WINDSOR 20, Ontario.  43  1961 WILLYS Jeep model  C.I5, dual range -4- - wheel  dr. w/additional Warn hubs.  Custom built fibreglass cab,  neV rubber all round $1,0^0  cash. Also 1970 Arctic cat  snowmobile, used 1- season  only  $500.  Phone 883727,94.  ^    586-44  1971  VW  S\iper  Beetle  undV  warranty   15,000 -miles,   immaculate 'cond."" $1900.00    Ph.  886-2166. __ 923-46  1969 AUSTIN Am<^rican7 radio  and    hjr.  Ex.  on  gas,   dow  mileage $1100 Value. Must sell  $700. Phone 886-9591.      572-44  FOR RENT  2 BEDROOM apt. on the  waterfront at $110, furnished. Also boathduse for sale  or rent, 20' x 50'. Phone 886-  7629 588-44  HALL for rent. ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  AVAILARE. October 1st for  approximately snx months.  Com!l.ort,able, fully furnished  two bedroom mobile home,  centrally located at Sundance  Court, Sechelt. Electric range,  hot water, fridge. Propane  furnace. W.W. carpeting living  room and hall. Full bathroom  with tub and shower. Storm  and screen windows. Fixed  windows double glass. $150  mo. with first and last month  in advance. Refs. required, i'h.  885:9427; if no answer, or  after Sept. 29, phone 885-9558.  585,44  REDROOFFS Road waterfront. 2 bdrm. modern, part  furnished. Occupancy October  to end of June, $160. Wrile  Box 546, Peninsula Times, Box  310,   Sechelt,   B.C. 546-44  COTTAGE   for   rent   at   Tilli-  cum  Bay. Phone 885-2100.'  573-44  LeVOY'S Ltd. is looking for  a fashion - conscious representative to sell beautiful  ladies' garments in the Pender  Harbour area. A very rewarding and profitable part-time  job. Car necessary. For inform,  write Box 560, c/o Peninsula  Times,   Box  310,  Sechelt.  Fleetwood Logging Co.  Ltd.  LOGGERS SEEKJNG  EMPLOYMENT  RotkDriller  Heavy Duty Mechanic  Fdller  Grapple Operator  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435, after  (i p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw. 44  WINTER    accommodation available,   Oct!   IstHhru   May  1st.     Lowe's     Madeira     Park  Motel.   Ph.   883-2456.      529-tfn  10' x 46' mobile home for rent  $128 per month. 2 bedrooms.  Phone  886-7111. 575-44  SPECIAL monthly rates until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby     Lake     Motel,     R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269.  ,566-tfn  44  WANTED TO RENT  NICE cozy homo, well insulated, large sun dock; overlooking Georgia Strail, lovely,  sandy'li'dacl.'and good fishing.'  2 bodrniK., large living rm.  wiih fire-place, K.ilchen, diningnnd -iiiilily. 4 pee, bath,  elec,, heal, stove, fridge, Lot  (IO'xir.0', in Davis Bay. Only  $2:i,r>(>() I'M'. Plume imr.-aaoB.  053-1 I'll  2 BEDROOM house wanted to  rent   Sechelt   urea.   Reliable'  lennanls.  Call  Terry  885-2125.  .���������.,..������..,. ...���,.... ������. r>(IH;44i  WANTED  \  OPEUATIC 7ils, records wnn-  UmI,  Write Gib  Gibson,  Ro-  boi'tH Crook  Post Office  ["37-.1B..  mi  j.**. ....in :  hoillllih   mul  im,,through, ii  Doug   u117  nm'  TWO nv.�� mm.  propi-i'ly   wllhin,  blOCKH,  (ilOVH  nil   priipoi'iY   wiinin.  villain"  (if'Soi'lioll, In popiilni'1 HiilMlW"'  .liihiii iiriMi, WrIUi Jiux l!IIO,,iJ'U  ula  'Pinion, Hoi'lloH,  333Mfn  I'cnliiMul  *W(MPWl��-��H��^pp��t(i��(iWl^_i  ���k  'N.  LTD,  Box 799, Gibsons, B.C, ��� Von. Direct: 685-3133  "SHRYrNG THR SUHSHINE COAST"  'Exclusive. Agents'  ,,'   LOW DOWN* PAYMENT ��  ��Yoircan*.Hiy"*1hl^^  clown, pigs gov't morlgogo���your monthly payments  will probaUlyrbd:loss |hani|l)o iant7you aro presently,  paying, Moyq Into lhls lovoly 3 bdrm, home now. SU-  uatcd on a" largo lovoly view Iol, Solma Pafk, fully  MtgflfftOTn'llWIW'fir.tTCf^l'n^lff'ainWflrT^lW  -ri'n ri"- I'n'll ..|;|..|'..r.4.- TirVii'iT     min Ii I    ' n n iii i i ���'. n ___��miKr. I _MI_.lt. f_*T__Wn'_____l. ___ll_WT._MI___l-i-ff B.<l___. ���_ ftiPi] __ _.l_a__K_a_'  ' " {NVESTORS - DEVELOPERS  ApproK1,>?,1/2,acros, coroorpf,2/paved roads, Gibsons,  Fantastic mQl6l silo or, Ideal subdlvlslort, Approx. M  lots without haying lp put In any roads. Village wator,  otc.,qnd-?.,bdrm, .homo on property.- Terms at 8%.  fc | . !   Call: l-orrlo. Glrardr ���    -       ,  MacGregor Pacific Really Ltd.   ^ : :   CMS ENGLISH LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  1 f i i  :'7>; A Gibsons, B.C. 886-2/181  WATERFRONT���Howo ' Sound,  good  moorage;'Rig  lot, lovoly home featuring view from living room q\v\  siindock, -140,000,,     ���  REDROOFFS���Rig Ic,y,qI  lot,  parldlko trees, $'6000,   LANGDALE���Spl I Hovol homo on. view .lot.. Threa bod- ,.  rooms and basement, This might bo yours for only,  IM000, down on $25,500 FP,  IWW��Wll^WlBIMHM����ll**>^  yir;y/���,-^\odern 2 bdrm, homo. Ensulte bath,  (Iro-  piaco' carport, guoSL house, s^   ,..,,.,..���.,_���.'....��� j. ���/..���, ���.,.. ��� .,&.r_q.f\(\r\,.,. ,..,.,..,.. .,���   ���        -'i '���    ���  ' ^q>4d,wU,         '     ��� ��� ���' '   ���pi^iliMIIIIII�����iajMwaW��lwliaa��l|a>W.��.lliniiiliiil     I  11'^       ,  Cholco vlow  apartment, acreage,  Sower  available,  '    From $12,500,  -SARGENT-RD,���Rcvonuo,or.,twojaml)y���dwolllng.���2���,  bdrm., suite downstairs and 3 bdrm, suite upstairs,  view from both, $33,250 on icrms.  k .   pi ������ i nw����ia i, im il, nm w i �������� i w. ���>���������� �� pai, i ��,i�� w ������ ��� �� ^ 11  VA acres of Iho best available land In tho'area, Completely cleared and In grass, Also growing food business with largo well built barn'(or:slock apd hay. Attached dairy cooler, FP ,$27^00, Sbrno tferms, Phono  ��� for moro Information,  room" or third bedroom lofgo utlllly. This Is a very well  built place not toofar'from Gibsons, Asking $22,900  ..^. with'$8000 down,  .   J3700 cash.  COMMERCIAL1LOT"hWt7"T6I7cIoso to shopping  -center, 85'xl3Q\,All services, FP $9-100.  '   ^ LISTINGS���WANTED  K, A, Crosby 886-2098 -J,  E. White  806-29351  3r��.V;��.j,or��.B85.2300^^^lkGBlar��fty^aB6.7436r  MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space available, all  services.. Ayers Mobile  Home   Park,   West   Sechelt.  Phone 885-2375. 550-44  BOATS & ENGINES  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good  Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt. 7M.   Higgs  Gibsons,  Box  B.C.  374  886-7424  8173-tfn  CARS & TRUCKS  1966     VETTE " "Sting "   Ray"  Roadster 327-300 4 spd. AM-  FM.   Phone   88f)-9864.      578-44  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  PHONE:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  SECHELT INLET  900 feet waterfront, good moorage. 30 acres, about 4 in grass,  garden and orchard. Stream for full length of property with  waterfall. Water access. Only $60,000. CALL JACK WARN 886-  2681   eves.  ROBERTS CREEK Park Ave. No. 2643  Owner III, must sell twd bedroom cottage, furnished,, on 100'x400'  wooded lot. Suitable for'permanent or seasonable residence. Some  renovatipn and finishing required. Quiet neighborhood near bus  ancl beach. Asking price $13,500. Reasonable offers invited on  price and terms. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  SECHELT VILLAGE ' ' No. 2604  Small Homo Seeker'���wc have a $2,000 reduction off full price���  buy this 1 bedroom homo, plus guest cottage on LARGE level lot  ���'in Village, walk to's'tbresahcrbeacb.'O  move, must sell. This Is YOUR opportunity, CALL PETER SMITH  885-9463 ovos, or office 885-2235,  TUWANEK No 2682  Yoar-round living, or summer fun on lhls vlow lot, located closo  to boat launching ond somo of Iho finest fishing, Magnificent  mountain groencry os a background. Trails to forest hiking or  .deQr*huntlng.��,Clean,.cQunt'ry��,a^^^  ancl soa, affords an opportunity to tho nature lover lo got to ibo  heart of II all. Especially priced at only $5250, CALL BOB KENT  ��� ���-     �����   885-9461  or offico 885-2235. .7,,,,.,.,.,...���  GOWER POINT No 2520  Hall or Ono ancl a Half acros on Gowor Espanado with rovonuo  cottages. ENQUIRE: JACK WARN 886-2681  ovos,  WEST SECHELT ��� ��� " , y. " . ( . No, 2654  LOW PRICE1, Wooded lot, 50x*69*3���over,% acrorfronts on,blaal.  topped road, s<pon on Rog, Board walor, S|ow survey. Only $4500,  full prlco���firm, No Immcdlalo nolohbors and a south slope, CALL:  ' PETER S/ffTI-l 885-9.46SK.pyo3. or off Ico, 885-2235.       ,  ,,���  DAVIS BAY '  No, 2671 ancl 2680  Your'cholco of olthor of ihoso lwo 2 boclroom l.omo$ boll, fully  modern and"1 located on tho bench land for Ihoso a vfl-w and close  to flno boach ancl laupchlnn, area, All, under $26,,0Q0 full, prlco, :  'CALL BOB KENT lo'view, ovos, SB5-9.161 or olflco 885-2236,7  RUBY LAKE WATERFRONT P No, 58436  103'fool f|uloi;cloaiVlnko"'front; 188"'on'ono sldo,"driveway If.'in,   Compare other offerlnp.fi lo thin lot at $11,000 full price, offorn  for all canh, Lei mp show you, TALL 'PETER SMITH OflQi-9463  ' ���flYesrorfoffl��r889��2239r  -BUSINESS-OPPORTUNITIES ,,��� , ,��� ,, .,   Call  Bob  Kent   lor deiallH on novoral  hunlnotw nryl  proportion  available-now; ollhor (or Invo.intent or oporailon7BOI"  KENTi  085.9461 oves, or,of lice ,885-2235. ,  ,  PENDER ,1-IARUOUR "~" No. 2669  Choice of ftPlotn on Narrows Road clour, lo good fishing and  ���(.hflltcrrccbmooragor, Make your-early-BololCl^on"-for���'���v|ow������,or7Boml���-",  ��� waterfront.��full��do|Q||n7ahn*pro��poc.u^  fromr:M950 lo $60po wllh 30% clown and 9% lntQra��|,' CALL  PON HAPPEN:885-95Q4��p.; PETER S/yAITHr&BStfjto,   .  SELMA PARK        ' , .-No, 2656  Ono of the finest vlow loin high up In Solma Park hn�� a now 9.  bedroom mobilo homo all ready for occupancy, ll hat. boon approved bA CSA Iho Bulldlna Inspector and the flank. Loi size  1CM0 !.<|, fl, Full prlco'$17,900, Tn vlnw CALL,DON HAPPEN  ' 885-9504,    ' ���       ���*     ���  -���������-���������-���. I. r ^  .DAVIS^BAY-���,-���J-,���1- i~��JJ ,���.,__Nor.2644-  Flnanco your own retirement with.this cluploK on oxpollonl vlow  lot Just a block (rom the beach at Pqvls Bay, Each KUlto has 2  lipflrooms and ��9I0 nq,  lb Full prlco $30,000," for details and  appointment CALL PON HAPPEN 885-9504,  -JL-^SKJiOfe   ��^WH*WR>��^HF-P��*Bl>WSH����f(I!twwt^o��i��9��iw-  AQEWCIES ��,TD,   ^  Box 155. Secholt Phone 885-2235  Or Call/Toll, Froo from tho Greater Vancouver Area  ,       .' ... ZEnith-2Q12 *    ,    ' '      ,  B\U#CHW| lm/,^1^  nrf'JM*r��*TM(ji*4*��^(*  PEIER HARBOUR and fGMONT  IRVINE'S LANDING  ,        HOME. AND...LOT��� $ 11,500  3 BR home on large view lot overlooking Lee Boy. Close to Marina  and Govt,  wharf.  IRVINE'S. LANDING  2   BR   partially   furnished   older   home  on   large   view   lot   overlooking Lee Bay. Close to Marina and Govt, wharf. $13,500  MIDDLE POINT  Approx 1.462 sq. ft. furnished 2 BR ranch style with basement  and double caroort. Double plumbing..Jiot water heating, finished  in natural wood panelling. This is a quality home. Plus 2 smaller  cottages and  a  shop  building.   On  approx-.   12   acres.   -$40,000.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  Semi-furnished,  .water   and   hydro.    119'   waterfront   and   float.  $19,000.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Mixal    Lake���157    acres    with    timber���550'    waterfront���.  $50,000.  2. Dark Cove, ���Jervis Inlet���Approx. 1 mile waterfront���184  acres���3 good buildings���$150,000.  3. -Secret Cove area���160 acres���roads and trajls throughout-���  fairly level property-���$70,000.  4. Earl Cove���approx. 51 acres���excellent marina site with  approx. 850' waterfront���1,300' frontage on Hwy. 101 ���  $75,000.  5 Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1,800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near new 2 BR home on approx.  % acre level  lot. Has electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport. $21,000.  MARY ISLAND  Beautiful 4.8 acre Mary  Island,  just outside Madeira Park Govt.  wharf. Over 1,500 ft. sheltered waterfront, water, telephone and  electricity.   Large,   comfortable   log   home   with   electric   heating,  small   guest  house,  float.   $125,000.  KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY 101  Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses,  roads through-   ������"������-- ourpVoperty: Price fi^rh'at'$22;Q0p.. ���.    '  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several  lots available.  VIEW LOTS ���GARDEN BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000.  WATERFRONT, LOTS  250' lease lot   $8,000     75' $16,500  Ruby Lake, 105'... $13,500     %' Fisher Island   $16,500  90' $18,500     88' $18,500  54' beach front, with  14' trailer ..:::::......-.....-.:..:.:.. $18,000  21 1' ��� 2  acros,  partially landscaped      $50,000  MADEIRA PARK'  Spacious 4 BR ranch style homo, built 1970. Electric heat, fireplace, copportono.range and frig Included, oxcollonl vlow.<Plus;���  fully Insulated shop building which would convert lo a nico  ronlal   homo,  Closo   to   scohol,   sloros   and   marinas.   $37,500,  EARL COVE  "Unfinished''summor-'cona  to public beach-arca, $8,?,00.  '" S'MXlX"ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT'  1, Sakinaw Lake���13,8 acros���approx, 350' cholco waiorfront���  $42,500.  2, Oyster BAy���naarly 10 acros In Pondor Harbour���approx, 550'  waiorfront���older,houso-TT-fruil troos-^$45,000.    . ,,     , ....    ,  3, Egmont'-rovor, 7 actos���approx, 56b' waterfront���oxcollont  alto for mobilo homo park���payocl Maplo Rd, runs Ihrouah  proporly���$50,000,  ��� BARGAIN HARBOUR '    '    *'---*--  ,4 BR fiomMurnliihod oldor homo on approx, 54 fi��� low waiorfront  Iol. $29,000',  """ ':'';:i-'^|!'i',rr,,,'.MADEIR<Arp^<"' 7''-.;������������- 7���"  2 BR homo on attraGtlvo landscaped lot with fruit troos. A fnw  ,,J)'in<l.rorl���J!v to ,fichop|f,,,aiqraR,an0...mqr.ln(.,.,WflMiHrr.(lryor,.,rflnafl...  and frklfjo Incluclod In prlco of $32,000."  A fow lotf. still available.-on this 30 lot nuNlvlalon, Priced from   .> ��: H'OQQ.  .,  ���  I"1"     .1  i���aiia^aai.ini   a i. ..������.��.-)  'MADEIRA PARK  Choice vlow lottt 011*72 lot MibdlvMnn, Prlrnr, from ^");700* io  i   $9,000. Soma cloarod roady for bulldlno. n  .��-., , ��� GARDEN-BAY--- - ��� ~.-r.. , <���������  .-^AttractlvQ..,3-.BIV, hom��"^appro��)*tl00f����|rom'*wat(jrfront���tlblo,^  plumblnn, IIwrIocb, Buncloch,,Tina" vlow o(, liarhour, lloauilfiilly  r\ loiKlscapod loaso |b|, $35,000,  BROOKS qoVE^i^LFMOQN'' BAY  3 I3R  Panabodo, homo���full ,l.alhfoomv uunc'lock, Stovo,  frldoo,  furnlluro, cllahas, bocldlna ole, all Inclidocl, ApprW. I9S ft, wot"  erf ront,. Immcdlalo powosslon,  ^^^OOlX"^    .  ���  SAKINAW LAKE. M"  ���-,pnluxaABIll.omqInaUajputlfulpoUino���ha��-l65 ftrlakofronlonor  5,3 acros;, road access .it��� Hwy,  |0)( float, hydro. $60,000.  ' Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD     ;        '  Modolra(Pail.���Gonlly oloplno, nlcoly irood  lot,  $6,B00 cash*  "E6M0NTX0TS"  W44Wet^vMWWMWiMpmK��<7*,����v^<4W'l'  afc*t^����ltM**jH a(w*����y*Wi*?a!'*��aiWTiiia{LWaati'i  ���7WqTortrpntMOTB-==-?T/rl0O0"-lfi"��137D0ar  (Many Pthor vlow and waterfront lots In lho Pendor Harbour afoq  OliiSiilti  REALTY UTD.  Madeira Park, :B.C,  'Pho^iB'7Pe^der^Harb5ar883:2233,,  / AUtOS & TRUCK^ (ContJ     LOST  -X-  LiygSTOCK  1970 7500   TRUIMPH,  Phone   886-.7_.lft..  $800,007  927-44  1961     PONTIC    4-dr.  6   eyl.  automatic,      new      battery,  carb,    exhaust    system.    Very  reliable, $200. Phone 886-7858  .    ' 933-44  WANTED TO BUY  CLUTCH    plates    wanted    for  model, 8 gearrnatic winch, or  complete    winch.   Phone    88(5-  9824. 395-44  LOST���1 bag sail-boa't sails,  between Jolly' Roger Inn .\\d  Redrooffs (on highway). Reward to 'finder. Call Dr. H. N.  Nichols 503-228-3050 or write,  2467 S. West Sherwood Driv<?,  Portland,   Ore.,   U.S.A.   382-44  PETS  FOUND   -^   2  .beauti.u.   part  Burnese    kittens.    Free    to  good   lioni'es.   Phone   886-2(5(34.  574-4*1  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORPy LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256    '  S*  PENDER HARBOUR  OYSTER LAGOON: .Lovely parklike lot on Kent Road, good  building   or  mobile   home   site.   Asking   $6,000  on   easy   terms.  WATERFRONT: Protected moorage and a beautiful view are the  main features of this Bargain Harbour property. There's also a  3   room   cabin   which   is   no great  shakes,   but could   be.   Price  $19,500 terms.  WATERFRONT: 275' of deep protected moorage on 4 beautiful  acres in the heart of Madeira Park. Property has been landscaped  and  prepared  for resort buildings  with  all  roads and campsiYfes  completed.  $50,000.  3  BEDROOMS^-Very pretty 2 year old cedar home in Madeira  Park. Over 1300 sq. ft. of living area, one and a half bathrooms,  balcony,  close to all  shops, school and  right across street from  good moorage. Asking $21,500 with poss. terms.  JOCK HERMON���883-2745 (Any Time)  CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED  JOHN BREEN LID.  Real Estate &  Pender Harbour - Egmont  nsurance  Earl's Cove  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���6 Vi acres with 425' of  beach;  700' on  highway.   Ideal  for Marina,  Hotel-  Motel or what have you. Or, ideal for condominium  for 4 or 5 families.   FP $49,900.  ACREAGE���Approx. 7 acres on Highway 101; with  500' of frontage. FP $15,000.  SEMI-WATERFRONT LOT���Nicely treed, good location,  water  and   power  available.   Only   100  paces  from beach. FP $7000 with V_ down,  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA ��� Good business proposition with winter income. Owner requires change.  Just $60,000 FP;*offers orv down payment.  I  NEED LISTINGS  Call John Breen at 883-2794 (24 hours)  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  ,_���^ESTAT_ES tf_W__U  ��� ,885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See lis at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot,,,.,.,,.  FOR CHOICE WATERFRONT, VIEW  LOTS OR  ACREAGE���CALL    LEN    &    SUZANNE    VAN'  EGMOND���Local 885-2241 or Direct from    Vancouver MU5-5544.  bj'ts*. i_i**r ���> Hfh'M.  SANDY HOCi^ATOT  70x200, easy access jo beach. N|cely treed with deep water moorago. FP $15,700; terms; Coll '"Jock' or Stan '"Anderson; days 885-'��  2241, ovos. 885-2053.  SELMA PARK  Excellent, larao ylow lot1QGXI12, Closo. to bopch and, store,  Cleared, fp $7000, Call'Ston or Jack .Anderson; clays 885-2211,  ovos. 885-2385 or 885-2053,      7.7 /,,   ^AVjSJAY   . ���  800 sq. ft, homo, unflnlshod^^  ancl heating needed, Loi Is subdlvldoblo, FP $15/000. Call Jock  or Stan Anderson; days 885-2241, ovos. 885-2053 or 885-2385.  1      '''''^HALFMCJON'iBAY-WATERFRONTv,;.;.,,  Urge, oldcir homo on 1 aqro of Jqnd, 120' fronlatjo. 2 '.odrooir.fi  on iho main floor wllh a laroo hldb a.tic. Au|a, hoi wator hoal,  -flaraaor'pluf. -many moro-loaturon,��� fp.���.$42,500,,wllh.,"..10,000  down, Cnl|f"6ian or Jack Anclorson, days 8Q5-2241, oyon, 885-  '    2385 or 885-2053,  1    RA.IR   geese^   good   layers.  Also  2  young geese., Plione  886-2617. .   582-44  REGISTERED v Palamino Quarter horse mare. h\ foal to  Blackburn 3 Ears, for June  1973 foal. $800. Also Registered Pa .'amino ��� Quarter horse,  yearling colt. These anirnals  have excellent breeding and  guaranteed sound. Phone 886-  9594.    '    ���   '. 577-45  SWI*T Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  SWift- dealer. Noi'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by. order.    258-1 fn  FOR SALE (Continued)  ft.'"Fibreglass   boa.   with   .(M)  -^gj^ggjoy* September 27, 1972       The Pgninsulq ^Tinigs  Page A-5    f  _____  h.p.  Merc   and   trailer.   $995  5   cn.   ft...  refrigeralor, \d__mo.  .    110 volt. _ $99  35' Fibreglass boat, elec purtqp,..  wjper, etc. Efec. 50 h.p.  '  motor, conv. top.  - $1195  2V Art-Craft. Oldsmobile  V--...  Smarting November... .A'  ��� .���__^_ __v   ^ (     ^ x        ,  Senior Citizens Branch 69  reactivate Sunday Socials  V  \  GLAD TIDINGS 7  -TABERNACM  Sunday 10:00 a.m.', 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p,m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point'Road  V  powered.  \  $4700  7 YEAR old grey mare, fairly  high spirits, with 5 mo. old  V_  quarter horse filly, reasonable. Phone 885-2664.      562-44  FOR SALE  WORK   CLOTHES-sportswear  or  what  have you  at   Morgan's  MpiVs  Wear. r>87-tfi.  ELECTROLUX���Sales,     Serv-  ice.   Supplies.  Ph.  886-2989.  390-tfn  __.. WALL panel ��� furnaces, 63,-  00Q Bit. Propane with electric blower unit. Also 1 Blak-  slee commerc/al dishwasher,  corner model, propane with  electric pump motor, with  stainless steel table. Ph. 886-  9815. 583-44  & DRAWER  birch  desk, 51"x  27"   $70.    Mahogany   coffee  table, 18"x35" $25. Phone 886-  7267. 918-45  1968   VOLKSWAGON   beetle,  21X500    miles,    $1,500    cash.  Ph.  after  5 885-9605.      576-46  REDROOFFS ROAD  Lot in tho Soroonnt Hoy aroo.-FP-.-f3600 for Mi acros, troocl with .  *rpn_y acccwr Coll ���Slon-orJockvAndor6on,.day��,005.224,)(. oyos,  '        ,  , ,      l-85.?-3flS or 885.2Q53..  m. '777.77777���r-' ''77  7 .. GIBSONS ACREAGE,, '      '  19,7 a,rm on'Rold Road,' somo cloarlnp, small ea.\., HvoaWp.  ��� land In A60* orl''Rol(i Road by 1320' ��� back.��� QfltfpHM' rpods on 2  nldon. flnncl nrovol c|n|xn||. on book Jialf,, f*P^l ���ibfiQO.MUacK  or Ston Anrtorson, iJay�� 805-224), OYovfl05.20.33 or,005.2305.  ,,   , ' WEST SECHELT  "'125"f/|20 'Wvrfo(rnlcoirtrooclrrlohl--onH 0 Ir-Pbrvcloo'-ovallaL.lo.  . FP $0950, Coll Slan ��� or. Jack .AncJorwn, 005*2241 clriyp, ovon.  , ,   .  .      '    \ 005-2385 or 885-2053,  .ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE  ^10,a9.<icre��.<.iw,101��.SuliabloJoc.aoo(l���comroo.clQivoj]Lturol Trw-fl  onrl |oy(iL FP $29.0bo. Coll Jack or Slon Andorson, 'InyrflOS;"  ��� A"^^22.17oV66l"8fl5;7O33'"'or80S��2385i*-^-- ���  ,     '    : LOTS ��� ROBERTS CREEK        ,  3 lovoly oorvlcod lotu on quint ivovcd ntro.... 2 lob? havo 'fruit  trees; ono wllh laroo ovo.fl.ocn_, FP $5950,ooch7,Call Ston or  Jock Andor-oh, cloys 805.22-11, ovos, 005-2305 or pBa-2053.  ,,'     WATERFRONT HOME/SANDY HOOK-  ?. hodroom!), flroplaco; 2 fliinriocko up and dovvn, part Uauompnr.  Commit driveway, Soulhwe�� exposure. FP $21,900, Coll Jock or  ~S.rtn7A..rt.VOTrrr^^  5V2   hip.   Gtole  butboard.   $1.20  MADEIRA MARINA  Phone 883-2266  44  BOOKS & Stationery in Sechelt (The Times Block)  specialises in Canadians. New  this season���Farley Mowatt's  "A Whale for lhe Killing".*Reprints in hardcover "Watchers at the Pond" hy Franklin  Russell: "Grass Beyond the  Mountains" by Rich Hobson..  Now in paperback $1.50. David Cono^er's, Once Upon an  Island. Also paperback $1.00  Kate A it ken's Cookbook plus  a good selection of other cookbooks. $1.95, Fred Dale's Garden Book, just one of a large  selection. Foxfire is coming.  Ph. 885-9654. 526-44  USED black and white Console TV's from $40 to $175,  90 day parts warranty, except on picture tubes. Parker's  Hardware Ltd., Sechelt. Ph.  ���885r2171. 571-44  LEGAL NOTICES  SECHELT FIRE  PROTECTION DISTRICT  GOOD crowd of members assembled at  1l.e73ecl.elt Legion H_��_l last Thursday ���  for a meeting of Branch 69 Senior Citi-  zrns' Association which"'was packed wit..  iiiff'ir.si and activity. When the President,  Mis. Madge. Hansen cabled the meeting'-  to order, members stood for a moment  in silence in tribute to the memory of  Mrs. Betty Williams and Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Taylor! In the absence of the secretary, Miss Adele de Lange through  sickness, Mrs. Dave Hayward. recorded  the meeting.  The  President  advised, that   approval,  having   been   received   from   the   School  best\ bowler was 87 years old. lie thought  it might be possible to bring the equipment  to'Sechelt some  time  to  demon-'  s.trate to. tbe members of Branch, 69. He  expressed   keen   appreciation  of  the   cooperation   between   his  own   branch   and',  the Sechelt Senior. Citizens'  Association.  A happy event of the afternoon was  tlio   presentation  of   two   cheques;���ecteh���  for $.601.25 by Jeremy Young, representing  the  Agricultural   Advisory   Farm  at  Roberts Creek. One clique was accepted  by Mrs. M. Hansen on behalf of Branch.  69  Senior Citizens'  Association  and  one  by   Mrs.   __.   Tinkley   on   behalf   of .the  PENDER HARBOUR  FULL GOSPEL  TABIRNAGLi  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���-11:00 A.M.  Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madcira Park ��� 883-2374  Board and \ the Principal of Sechelt Ele-     Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  , .  O-l 1 O 3  _^_:~1_  IJ '    Ct~n'.~4*. I.*!".. \T   1       ���.      .. .1 .^,1  FOLDING camp-cot and mattress $10, good budgie cage  $5. 1963 Chev Belaire 6, auto,  good condition $450. Large  folding ironing board $4. Ph.  885-9074. 564-44  19    INCH    portable    General  Electric   T.V.,   3   years   old,  $95.   Phone   885-9339   after   6  ���p.m.- ���-���'���   MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD7  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  BEAVER table saw w. 1 HP  motor sell $175. 100 lb. prof,  floor tile roller $50. Complete  set golf clubs and case, new  cond. $80. 15'/2' fibreglas boat  w. trailer and 35 HP motor.  'Lawn mpwer $10. Girls bike  $15. New nylon shag carpet  pc. 12' x 27' reg. 14.95 sell  $9.20 sq. yd.; pc. 10' x 12' reg.  10.95 sell $6.95 sq. yd. 1' pc.  approx -6' x 8' cushion flooring $15.00. 2 skill saws $15  ea. 1 drill $2. Lge. wrenches  and other tools. Harrnnook $5.  Two 14 ins. tires $5 ea, 1968  C.hevelle Malibu H.T. 2. dr.,  307, ps. pb. r. exc. cond. Ph.  885-9480. ' 580-44  25" B and W T.V."; portable 8  track tape deck, batteries or  110 vol, also adapter for a car,  records and play back, 2  microphones, also can be plugged in to stereo, Four chrome  rims for Chevvie Two 13"  wiith good ���Tub'ber. Chesterfield, reasonable, Phone 885-  ���,. 2370.,,,.,. ,,,, ,i..,.,..��� .,���,4,,.,,,.,,,561;44ii  1908 G.T.C. 1 ton heavy duty  side step pickup, V-fl, 350,  4 on-floor,,. 45,000, mllos. Just.  through city lost, very good  ' -Shape, $2191. Ph; 81.5-9011  "days. B81-44  Notice is hereby given that  the undersigned has been appointed RETURNING OFFICER to conduct an Election,  to elect Trustees for the above  mentioned district. FOR A  THREE (3) YEAR. TERM OF  OFFICE. Trustees to be elected  from the owners of Lands  within the Corporation of the  Village of Sechelt. TO BE  KNOWN AS ZONE ONE. The  Registered Voters in Zone One  557'44    are hereby." notmed--to_.al^ North  a meeting to be held in THE  SECHELT FIRE HALL, INLET AVE., SECHELT, B.C.  October 16, 1972 at the hour  of 7:30 O'clock p.m. at which  place and hour I will proceed tb call for nominations  and to take the votes of the  Electors present.  The said meeting will be  closed as soon as the votes of  the Electors present, and voting when votes are called for,  have   been  counted.  Dated this 22 day of September, A.D.  1972.  BENJAMIN   D.   FIRTH,  RETURNING   OFFICER.  579-pub. September 27, 1972  ' 1  B.C. is a  beautiful  g  :e  Don't mess   ������ ft'up : ;   .  r.vsvi^ ����i^w'_-iii^jW4i'i*^;Tw.i^i-'  W1 jl   .iW'ft^py.Mlji.H.Si.W**��  ' **" ~&__HAlMPt  1   '���<!!���-'  *-i^l  _9  &w  W����**wt*H,��W^W����w^^  .*��� r*i  �� '       f��    vt��    .    *    .fl|.lt t        \ i  What's  so special about  B.U.1M-LK?  mentary School, , Sunday socials would  recommence the first Sunday in November and the convenor would again be  Mr.  Dave  Hayward.  Owing to the resignation of Mrs. Lilly  Dunlop who had moved to Gibsons, 7.  convenor was required for the fall bazaar  planned for Saturday, October 28. Mr.  Hugh Duff agreed to give the matter  consideration. The bazaar would be opened by Mr. J. W. Ashwood, President of  the Powell River Senior Citizens' Association.  There "had been considerable correspondence, reported Mrs. Hansen, regarding (he present ambulance service which  was considered inequitable and a financial burden tp many individuals. Both the  Village Council and the Hon. Isabel Dawson had agreed that such service should  come under the control of the Regional  Board. A reply from the Regional Board  indicated that lhe Board was obtaining  costs of ambulance service and were giving the matter consideration.  Mrs. Hansen reported that Norlhshore  and coastal branches of the Senior Citizens' Association had been formed into  a Regional District. The Regional meeting planned for September 18 had been  postponed   to   November   6   and   would  Vancouver  branch. Mrs. Haze] Evans had been appointed  official delegate.  For   the   Transportation     Committee,  Mr.'Hayward reported tentative plans for  a November bus trip to Hope by the new  highway and he hoped to make a definite  announcement   at   the   October  meeting.  He also  advised  that  the  colour  photograph  contest  had  been  extended   until  October   15th.   Entries   could   be   left  at  the   bus   depot,   Sechelt   on   October   14  or 15. judging taking place on the 16th.  Mr.   Emory     Scott,   Senior     Citizens'  Counsellor, spoke about the various services  available to  senior citizens'  and   in  particular,   the   senior  citizens'   cards   issued by the B.C. government which entitled residents over 65 to reduced fares  on B.C. Hydro buses.  Application forms  can -be .<obtained, foam Mr. Scott. In an-.  sVer   ���t6":*mE.riy   6hquiri'esf,7he   explained  that the $50 tenant grant was available  to all  those 65 and  over who  lived  in  rented   houses   or   apartments   and   who  had been paying rent for at least a year.  Mr.  Scott said he was  available to  all  senior citizens' for information or counselling any time or any .place, He also  suggested sending in an application, for  a grant ynder the New Horizons'  Programme for On old-time dance club. He  needs ten senior citizens to sign the, application form, so all senior swingers who  ,;yi/ould be interested  in,., wflltzeg,.^ square ���  dancing, polkas and so on, get in touch  With Mr. Scott, ot 886-2916  right  away.'  r*...Sj,.../^  a warm welcome was Mr, L. D. Mac-  JUaren,   PiMdent   of   Gibsons   O.A,P,0.  .Regarding the - ��� seven, day ..charter-trip  which he hod organized to Hawaii, he od-  vised Hint the i.m would leave Sochelt  at 1:30 p.iT), on October (I nnd passengers  living   botyi/ec/,.    Secholt  nnd    Gibsons  ..should��])hone*Don ���nW��fhO'��bus!>depot����nd��  intit.e  ftrrnngomenlH  wl)ero   they   wquld  like to bo picked up. Ho was sorry thut.  "0)7 tho rdtiirh journeyi' tli'6"' plcinG wovild  ..arrivo, too Into to, connoot with tho last  forry und ll would thoroforq bo necessary  for passengers to spend tho night nt tho  Airport Inn, Ho wns ninklng plnns for  moro charter ..'.rip,?,, probnbly ono to Kng��  ' lnng'or Scot'nod,1..,) (ho.spring, hq any..no  interested, telephone him nt, 88(1-9829.  Mr, MncLnron spoko of lho onthusl-  . nHm..creuted��nby^onrpot bowling at-lho  Gibson}.   O.A;P,0,>i whoro,   ho wnld," tho  Society.   Mr.   Young  explained   that   the  farm project had been organized with the  help   of   an   "Opportunities   for   Youth"  grant, with the object of creating jobs for  a group of ten young people. To qualify  for  Ihe government  grant,  it  had  to  be  run  as a  non-profit  making project  and  profits had to be given to local charities.  The  group   had   chosen   the   two   senior  citizens' organizations of Sechelt to benefit from.their donations fund to indicate,  their  interest  in  senior  citizens'   and  in  an endeavour. to  find a  means  of  communication with them.  They  had  hoped  to accumulate a sum of $2,000 but their  promising   strawberry   crop     had   been-  spoiled by rain. The raspberry crop,  on  the   other   hand,   had   been   very   good.  Mrs.  Hansen  and  Mrs.  Tinkley  thanked  Mr.  Young on  behalf of their organizations   and   offered   congratulations ���on   a  most     worthwhile    project     successfully  completed. The group who had operated  the  Agricultural  Advisbry    Farm     were  Jeremy   and   Judith   Young,   Oscar   and  Doris  Iuon,  Robert  and   Randy  Morgan,  William and Dian.na Boragn.o and Tracy  Tame.  Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell introduced a  short programme of music and led the  singing of "The Bells of St. Mary's ancl  "White Cliffs of Dover". Aloha-Oe was  "'suffg'~esp'eciaily"l*6r^  bound for Hawdii on October 6, with  guitar accompaniment by Mrs. B. McCrady and piano accompaniment by Mrs.  Ruby Hatcher. Mrs. Stockwell would be  interested to hear from anybody interested in singing or able to play a musical  instrument. Dfumrner or ' violin player  would be particularly Welcome but if  you play any instrument and are willing  to take part in a programme, telephone  her at 885-2494.  Hampers were won by Mrs. Ruby  Hatcher and Mr. Tommy Marstin. Mrs.  Alice Ba.chelor was the winner of the  raffle.  GlBSONS-PENTECOSrTAt  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 1 1 a.m.; 7 p.m. .  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m,   \  PASTOR: GERRY- FOSTER  Phone:  886-7107  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ������ 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  ��� (2nd ond 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  Store fresh mushrooms uncovered, in  the refrigerator, preferably in the vegetable  drawer. .    ���   . ���  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Tuesdays 7:30 p.m. '  REV.W. K.ERICKSON/Pastor  Your Progressive-Conservative  Candidate���Coast-Chilcotin  Riding  ^-^fV^pi^iMWjsVH^^  Tho luafi pnatiiralnncte of tho Fraoor Vnlloy,,. flip prpon  rolling mopdowaoi Vancouver, lolancl, tho Ohnnoaan nnd  otlror intorlor reotona, Add W linos' dairy liqrcia to thoaa.  rich grazing "Imndc. aiid you hnvo tho ronnon 'why ovorji\  purl o| Brltlol. QoltimMn oployo' a qanUnuput. oupply of  fr.rm:ffo?h mill. /.nd M\W dfllry prodnato. in tlio wnrrrr  wooihor montho, wo hnvo o topdonoy to oonnnmn n, wldor  ~vnrlo1yiof"nrtlllolnllyilRVoro(d*drlnHorrrbMt-^oro<.roniiy  Isn't nny mibBtHiito for tho- nouflahlnfl aoodnooa pf riml  frpeh rnllh'. MrKo suro you and your family enjoy �� cold  "Qlnt.efi.1 nd^tm'oflltlrno,: Also onjoy"tho ;clollghtf|il flavor *  of 0;0.-pradi.Qodoottaaa ohooflo,yagliMr, ��'"'< la'�� oronm,  Thoy oomo ,to you fraoh from oomo of lho llnost dairy  ���*ro'nlofia*in"Norin AiTTdrjcor^���***������~--------  A*'oblloot!6n"of'i'oolpoonia|nol3,C;dttlry prodiicirla yours���-1  jpr lho pf-KIno, .Jitol  B.C, FOOD INFORMATION  ��� QOV*5(.NMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parltornont Buildings, Vlcforla, B,Q.  Dining Room Lounge.  HGated-SwImmlng-Bool  Saunas,' Bogt House  itt\li^, *#!,*.>.  BORN:  RAISED;  MARRIED:  EDUCATED:  B )R.R. No. 1  Halfmoon Pay, B'.'<��  " Socrbt Covo, SochcU  805-223^  I MM  NN  at sjecrrt cove  view, de-luxe  Vaccommodatiow  jQOUR|V��ET IVIEALS  Dock Space for Guests  ^mm^^pool^md^Saoncr  ���**.W^W��ra1|*��V^^  KM :., ,.., ,   Winnipeg, Mqnitofca 1938  on Fraser Valley Farm  Family of four son?  Chilliwack HighrUBC,  University of Toronto^  Oregon State University  CONSULTANT: In resource and  Morketing Economics.  HEADED ECONOMICS DEPT.  B.C. Dept.of Agriculture,  Represented B.C., at  Fed.-Prov, conferences,  "    ,      r I      . 7       ���"        ' ) ���  \7\^%i^& :��;'.,-'".-  ���^^SW^NlW*"^^  /  wliTi^W����w����mmi��_^^  yWr Round Moorago  Availablo  t ' ' '  R R    1  HALFMOOW BAY, B.C.  J  Phone 885-9998  *^JrtS*W^Wl  IM   i   t/l'l    , I Oiii  >'7?i"7\];i  \ym:i>t7l'<yh77 2i'  I- uhi i%.f Ji*   iilT   I I I'   'hMI  I     ' ' .      Ij II I      I  i_  LJm*Jn ^^W^^*^^4_?��^^w}tiWA.  ��f ______ 7 ___''* _t__ jm   __mmm_7  '������'.'!��� A 'I'.'. I'<____)  '^���j.M K'["yit'w  i,��4j,...-  ��� .    . i .*,i t*     i ..*)^     ��,!  ,)    (. I'.t  <*.  Unit    .   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"iifv i   rift" i'i   '  <44imimmmmi9immmm9*m9imM \  t \  \\        4       ,  '     sr  \.:  \  V  \  ;v  \  w  MORE   ABOUT .... x  �� New vnrhari plans x  i ���from  page   A-l  \ ' \ ��� \  signs are .being forwacded from the Department of Public Works warning ''No  Goods or Debris to be left on floats". It.  was also .agreed that a careful watch  be madeVof the situation regarding sleep-  x ers and 'pollution.  COWRIE STREET  Written report submitted by Aid.  Harold Nelson, absent, advised that signs  defining   Cowrie   Streefr  have   been,  or-  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times   Wednesday, September 27, 1972  \  . �� ��� .#������ * t. ��� t,�� t.# ����� i <  IMffHBBP1MU,a"IIIIIJIIIM!.  dered. It has been pointed out previously  that there is little to indicate to visitors  which is Cowrie.  Ditching  is scheduled  in  the  area  aL  Inlet   and   Dolphin   where   recent   heavy  storms  led to flooding;  West   porpoise   Bay   Road   has   been"  graded   twice   just   recently   and   is   in  fairly good shape. Council \plans on e_\r-  .rying out paving in that area next year.  1st' Wilson Creek Scouts and t}ubs  REGISTIIATION NIGHT  Wednesday* September 27th  7:30  p.m., WILLOW  CREEK  SCOUT  HALL  for information phone 885-9400 or 385-9748  \  HELP  WANTED:   LEADERS,  LEADERS ASSISTANTS  or ANYONE interested -in working with a Group Committee.  .IIIIMMIIMIIJJ,,,,^^  imr  THE  BEST  INSURANCE  POLICY  FOR YOUR  MOTOR   IS   PROPER  WINTERIZING  Places and Houses  WHILE the previous articles have dealt  with the general factors involved in  finding a top flight retirement haven,  this one�� will get down to the things  which help in buying a good lot.  It is not ah attempt to sell anything,  so there will be no mention of specific  areas. Instead it will discuss the fundamental principles, and leave the reader  to decided whether to apply or reject  them   on  the  next   lot-hunting   trip.  Surprisingly, the first principle is the  solidity on the ground itself. Well designed structures stay up, in part, because the ground beneath them is capable of taking their weight. The obvious  case would be a lot in a swamp under  five feet of water. The answers would  be to drain the s*amp, build a very  large "mattress" . foundation to spread  the load or,, do what the great Isambard  Brunei did at London docks and design,  the building as a ship".' All these solutions are very expensive and beyond the  normal purse.  Another example of unsafe ground is  often seen on steep slopes. All ground  tends to lie at its own natural angle for  its type, which engineers call the angle  of repose. If this angle is increased by  cutting away earth or by undercutting  by tide or flood, there is an ever present  risk of a slide with often fatal results.  Such conditions have and do occur oh  the Sunshine Coast and your local planner, building inspector, surveyor, and  some real estate agents have been approached with a view to a meeting to  devise an incident map ot such occurrences and make it available I'or inspection. Te response lias been favourable and  (here may be more to say in a later  article. .  '  Tlie next (actor is accessibility. Often  very choice lots lie near the top of a  hill ancl lack only a road. If you like  privacy to the point of building and then  maintain your own mile long road, you  may find your patience stretched when  it comes time to "Ray for hydro and public water service installation. The tops  of hills should also be checked for the  tell-tale signs of  lightning.  Natural heal and light havo been  ,., vdua)t,. with brief ly,,, curlier, , I'or the. .scientific, our latitude here is 50' degrees  north of the equator, tho same as Fal-  ,.��� iiioutl. in Entduncl,, This npeqns.thal. June,  21st noon angle of tho sun is 63'/a degree.,  above the horizon arid tho Doe. 22nd  noon angle in 03Vis-47-10'"7 Not. only does  this difference in anglo make our seasons  ^jw.!._~Y.u.:y__J.hO  also moai.H that what light. is�� going on  Dec, 2_.ncl Is not about to shlno in u  lovoly .north, facing picture window. Tho  hoat ���.'....,. such Miinllght. In of the ordor  of 2M) 13TUn per .ic|, fl, of window por  hour. Thin In enough U> luko u pjnt of  water from tup temporaluro to boiling,  On t, largo uruu, like u gurdon, the heut  tulllng on u Houthcrn Hlopo eun'wlvunou  tho growth 'cliito by 2-.lwc.ol... ovor uh  oiiHtorn slope miicl 4-r> wookn ovor u  northern. T|iltu.fiiuul30^clilpq!?g)t^inpxt  Hi-linn,   I'".I   ii   glunou. ut "nnow .pookots  Will   HOI'VO,   ���  A "major impact In view, Slnco II.Ih in  un (imotlonul nubjoet, thoro uro thono  who lovo ...hou viow,nnd Llvono who'loutho  It, JuhI un Homo love Ii'oph unci othor".  hoo only un ubulut'lo, Tho wlnont coui'no  I'or iikv.h to ntoor to nvnlcl, Othor..cninlly  viiiiuhlu poinlH uro lho nlzo of Iho .Imam  lot, wlioUior" iioIkIiImiui'h uro olono or 'fur,  Mh<?Hr)CM(lc7nwnrwtlrcr^honroRt*lTnrfnHT��l**fnftcl*'  hlti-rui., und  tho dlntunoo  to  work,     '  NoIho In nnoU.oi' common pi'oblom iini.  ono ,ol' hi'owIdh I'OHOuaii. Inipoi'tunco for  lln ol'I'oot on inoniu^uncl.pl.yHlcul.houlU..  lioucl uuIhu Ih lho inuln offoncluV horo unci  In ut Uh woi'Ht on hllln, cjiu'voh m\d npoocl  limit chuniio polntH. Ilu/.urcloun uornorn  Invito tholr own npcelul nolnc unci tnour*  ,.���,by -himnur.'-uro-ol't<jn**ttimed**!ntcj*"emflr-  ���by Dennis Shuttleworth  gency  wards.  Smell is yet another factor. For the-  average male, Chanel #5 or its equivalent,  is an odour to be as close to as possible,  but the same cannot be said for tanneries, breweries, paper mills, sewage  plants or fish processing factories.  - The shape of the lot is of critical  importance, as is trie direction of its  access. Lots come in all shapes and  si,zes from squares to rhomboids, and  rectangles to promontorys. Almost invariably, the- shape decides the direction of  the approach and this, in turn affects  the design of the house planned for the  lot.  Corner lots are usually taxed more  than single frontage lots, as the amount  of frontage fixes the. am o u n t . to be  charged for services, for example a very  long narrow Regional District against a  circular one). Even lots of identical size  can be taxed differently, as is apparent  if you consider a lot of 290'xlOO'. If you  place the 200' side to the road, just watch  your neighbour, if his 100' side to the  road  is   taxed  at  the  same  rate.  The survey and legal aspects are beyond the intent of this article. The best  advice is to retain professionals in the  field and do not substitute amateurs, regardless of their enthusiasm. This leaves  you with only D.L.S. surveyors, solicitors  and   notaries   public.  Not beyond you, is your right to insist upon a conditional clause being written into any agreement to purchase, that  the offer is subject to the-purchaser being able to obtain a permit to build a  sewage system and/or a building permit,  which will not" be issued without the  Health  permit.  Do not accept real estate salesmen's  "it has been percolation tested" as mean-  Triple   Honours  It takes a very special effort to Win  these Elphinstone trophies awarded  for highest total points for scholar.*,  ship; sportsmanship and citizenship j.  Pictured with their awards are from,  left, last year's grade 9 winner Kathy  Marcroft (Trueman Trophy); Grade  8, Julie Gallup (John Wood Trophy)  and grade 10, Debbie Willis (Sunnycrest Trophy). Presentations were  made when-the school re-assembled  for this term.  ing   a   thing.   A   lot   of   people   say,   "I,  sat  for  my  B.S's  finals".   In  both  cases  the   result is   the   crunch   question,   and  in this  instance the result  is the health  inspector's   permit  to  proceed   with  construction  of   the   sewage   system.  If   the  salesman has the permit (and it is valid  for six months only), you should be safe  without   it,   insist   upon   the   additional  clause if further information is required,  it is  available from  the  Health Urjit  at  Gibsons   (886-2228),   where     Mr.   J.   W.  Somers  is the  health  inspector,  of  from  the   Regional   District   office   (885-2838)  where Mr. Cuylits or Mr.  Reyburn may  also help you save yourself thousands of  dollars if you  will ask before you sign.  In  Secheltj   the   gentleman   is   Mr.   Gregory.   Many   things   in   government   are  pure   red   tape,   but   not   this,   though   I  may be biased. Perhaps the best solution  to prevent well intentioned buyers from  becoming  stuck  with useless  lots  would  be  for   the   Regional  District  to  pass  a  by-law prohibiting the sale of lots without a  health  permit,  and  the  only  way  to  do   that  is   to  phone  your  councillor  and  ask  if  tlie  authority  exists  to  pass  such  a  by-law.   If  it  does,   let  us   have  it,  for  the  common  good.  So much for lots, ancl as you can  see, they are not a dull dry subject.  The next article will deal with simple  science applied  to house design.  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That's why we recommend that you ask your builder or heating contractor to install  it to Medallion standards.  .,1 ���_.*! ,i.$.i)_-. .^'^-U'-fe^'rf,*.j,fM,*tf*&k" M;..,  The electrical Industry put years of  experience and study Into the develop-  mentmQnt of the l\/|edallion standards-  proven Installation practices which are  your assurance of the quality and performance you are oxpeo.lng, and pay-   Ing for, when you install electrlo heating.  ** The jvledalllon standards mean that the  system has been sized correctly to Insure comfort In any weather normal to  . your area; that there Is proper insulation to conserve heat and save money;,  that there, are approved controls to  maintain  comfort and  contribute to  ' .7'moro'offloiont ua oTo f *o 16 o t nidi ly 17^77;"7 ��'7;.  Baseboard and.floor drop-in units, coll-  Ing cable, wall units, forced warm air,  hydronlc - there's a wide choice of  equipment to suit individual needs.  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'  )  Box 351, .Socholt Phono 885r2062  W��IUtW-i.)iWW��l>JliiWaW'ii'^W#l#l<^l��WI  ii a,ni. to u p,m  SUNDAY  12 noon to 6 n,m  ^    .IV  mm  WWHWtWjHWffilW^^  ROBILLIARD ELECTRIC  EkEeTRie^HBATINCJ-OUR-SPEeiALTY-  Mormaid Street, Socholt, B,C, ��� Pho*iQ 886-2131  ���>Wa��p#S*l��##��Wiiqf4^^  <S*-(|��ttW!��Kf*jm^  U��*1_WWfflWWWWaWW^  ��    ,  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING and ENGINEERING  -n  PHONE 886-7016  (3ASEBOARD;OR FORCED AIR ELECTRIC HEATING V  \     \  A  7     7  . ..\\  \  \  V'  T  \\  :.,a^��^W.SV*.^*?4Vf?'  ,_j j!_.  \  V  .7    4  i  \    1  Wednesday, fepfreinfrer 27, 1972 The Peninsula Times       Itagfe A-7  ��� \   v  .    \.4 ���       1-  The B.C. Telephone Company has proposed a new  long-distance rate structure designed to encourage  customers to dial their own long-distance calls  within the company's operating  territory.  The rate structure has been  proposed in an application to the  Canadian Transport Commission,  which regulates the company.  Member companies of the Trans-  Canada Telephone System plan  to introduce a similar pricing  formula for long-distance calls  across Canada.  You would pay a lower  rate if you dialed your own  calls instead of placing  calls through an operator.  Within the B.C. Tel operating territory, the proposals  would increase the cost of some long-distance calls  and decrease the cost of others. ItHs Expected that  the increases would offset the decreases, so that  no net increase in B.C. Tel's long-distance revenue  would result.  Under the proposed rate structure, customers who  dial their own calls would not pay a three-minute  minimum charge. They would pay only for each  minuteJIiey talked*    ���      ..  .. ���      '   ,        ,���..^  ?     f f        .if       *f V       \ ^v 1, f  You would pay for customer  , dialed calls. by,,the minute -  ��� ho three-minute  minimum charge.  This would mean, In most cases, that c^jls of two  minutes or less in juration would cost less trian  they do under the existing rates.  In some cases ��� particularly in the  case of calls oyer short distances -r  a three-minute call at the proposed  rates would cost more than the  same call costs now.  The three-minute minimum charge  would.remainJn effect on calls ~  placed through an operator.  Another major difference in the proposed rates is  that customers who dial their own long-distance  calls would pay a lower rate than customers who  place their calls through an operator.  Most calls placed through an operator would cost  more' than they do under the  existing schedule. The new rate  structure also proposes changes  in the special rates that apply  for night and Sunday calls.  By dialing their own calls between  6 p.m. and 11 p.m. weekdays,  o a you would save from 25       and between 8 a.m. and 11, p.m.,  ��  |o 50 per cent on night and ���.���,.,       i .;     ...   .  .,  7      Sunday calls you dialed  yourself.  on, Sunday, customers would get a 25 per cent  discount on the total cost of each call.  . i.      ���  Customers who chose to dial their calls between  11 p.m, and 8 a.m. any day would get a discount of  50 per cent on each call. During those hours you  could call anywhere in the province at a maximum  cost of 23 cents a minute. And this discount period  would apply for three hours  more than the-late-night- rate  under the existing schedule.  The new rates would not provide  any discount on the first three  minutes of night.and Sunday .calIs  placed through an operator.  A 25 per cent discount would be  applied to the cost of additional  minutes only. The discount would  be in effect from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m.  weekdays and all day Sunday.  Most calls pjaced  through an operator would  cost more.  The following tables illustrate the effect on charges  for typical long-distance calls if the proposals are  approved by.the Canadian Transport Commission:  ���.,.,>  STATION DAY  CUSTOMER DIALED  EXISTING  PROPOSED  STATION DAY OPERATOR HANDLED  EXISTING  PROPOSED  1     2     3      4      5  12     3      4      5  FROM  TO  MILES   Min Min   Min   Min Min '  Min Min  Min   Min Min  ul                 tb                 u.                  tp                  al)  fN               ^               |^               A               A  _p             ��p             3*              tb              tb  Cranbroof.  Kimberley  16    .35   .35   .35   .47   .59  .19   .33   .47   .61   .75  ��� New Westminster  Aldergrove  24.   .45   .45   .45. .60 .75    .20   .36   .52, .68   .84  Abbotsford  Vancouver  43    .65   .65    .65   .87 1,09  .26   .48   .70   ,92 1.14  Vancouver   '���  Victoria  64    .85   .85    .85.1.134,41,.,,,  4T;,32,:4,,58:?;,:.84Cf1.10,1.3q,,,  Nanaimo  Campbell River  85    .95   .95    .95 1,27 1.59  .35   .65   .95 l.?5 1.55  Vancouver  Kamloops  164 1,40 1.40 1.40 1.87 2,34  .44   .87 1.30 l.p 2.16  Vancouver  Princo Goorfjo  325 1,75 1.75 1.75 2.33 2,91  .56 1.12 1.68 2.24 2.80  Vancouver  MontronI  2312 3.00 3,00 3,00 4.00 5,00  .95 1.90 2,85 3.80 4.75  FROM  TO            MILES  1     2.    3&..4     5, ,.  Min ..Min Min. Mlh ..Min,  1.2     3:4      5,  7Min. Min,, Min. Min. Min  Cranbrook  KImberley        ' 16  .35   .35   .35" .47   .59  .    *"    .    '     .  .50   ,50   .50   .66   .02  New Westminster  Aldergrove         24  .45   .45   .45;-.60   .75  .55   .55   .55 .,73   .91  Abbotsford  Vancouver          43  .65   .65   .65    ,87 1.09  .75   .75   .75 1.00 1,25  .Vancouver    ���  Victoria.         - 64  ...85   .85   .85.1.13 1.41  .95   .95, ,95.1,26 1.57.  Nanaimo  Campbell River    85  .95   .95   .9^5 1.27 1,59  1,05 1.05 1.05 1.40 1.75  Vancouver  Vancouver  Vancouver,  Kamloops         164  Princo George    325  Montreal       .2312"  1.40 1.401 1. 4JD;.l$'2,34  "3.OO 3.00 3,90 4.00 6i00  1.50 1.50.1,50 2,00 2,60  1.90 1.90 1.90 2,53' 3.16  3.15 3,15 3.16 4,10 5.05  STATION NIGHT CUSTOMER DIALED  *.i!_. jt 14 >��ia|��),��( i&ifWI W't.  i^i^'^'rl^/fT^tJU^^fi.i-Hl'.tl.  FROM  TO  EXISTING  1     2     3     4  MILES   Min Min  Min  Min  G'  PROROSED  12     3     4  Min'Min  Min   Min  STATION NIGHT OPERATOR Ijj^NDLED  .���^,.m..,^,r,.;... ,^,,.,,,,r,,,,v,,.,-,.7:E?(lsflNC.-. v. PROPOSED  , . #/*i.li)f'fr% tlttfi 11.40 fa  I  $$*���??  Cranbrook   ���  Klriiberlny'  16   ,30   .30   ,30 ,.40   ,50  ifoiv Wosti.ilni.lor  Aldorgrovo  24   .40   .40   .40   .53   .66  Abbot-ford  Vancouver  43   ,50   .50   ,60   .07   ,84  'VnncMivor 7 ;  Victoria  64   ,65   .65   ,05   .87 1.09  Monnlmo  Campbell River  85    ,70   ,70   ,70   .93 1,10  Vnncoiivor  I'nniloops  104 1,05 1,05 1,05 1.40 1.75  .Vancouver  .PilncoOoor.,0  325,1,35 1,35,1,35 1,80 2.20;  Vnncoiivor  Montreal  2312 i,D5 1,95 1,05 2.60 3.25  ���jl lp ' tfl 3i tb  ,14   .26 .35 .46   .56  ,15' .27 .39 .51   .63  ,20   ,30 ,63 .69   .86  ,24   .44 ,',63 -.83 1.02,  ",20 ' .49'  ,71 ' .94 1.10  ,33   ,05 ,08 1,30 1.02  .42   ,84 1,20 1,68 2,10  ,07 1,33 2,00 2,00 3,33  '  t  1     2     3,,, 4     5  1,23      4      B  '     FROM  TO            MILES  Min Min Mlh  Min Min  Min Min  Min  Min Min   .  ���  .     .     ?     .     .  .     $     .      .      .  Cranbrook'  Klmbojloy '    .' 10  ,30 ..30   .30   .40' ,50   ,  .50   .50   .50   ,62" ,74  Now Westminster  Aldoriiirovo         24  .40   .40   .40   .53   ,66  .55   .55   .65 ' ,69   ,82  Abbotsford  Vancouver         43  .50   .50   ,50   ,67   .84  .75   .75   .75   .94 1,13  Vancouver- v  Victoria ���     ���   ,04  - .65 - .65   ,65 ' .87 11,0?  .95   .95   .95 1,18 1,42 .  Nnnnlnio  Campbell Rfvor    85  ,70   .70   ,70   .93 1.10'  1.05 1.05 1,05 1,31 1,58  Vnncoiivor '  Kamloops         164  1,05 LOG 1.05 1.40 1.75  1,50 1,50 1,50 1,88 2,25 '  Vnncoiivor ,    ,  Princo Qoori.0    2;';  ��.,35 1.36 1.3b 1,80.2,26  ,  1.90 1,00 1.00 2,37 2,85  Vnncoiivorl  MontronI        23". ��  1       a      .'  1,05 1,95 1,05 2,GO 3,25  3.15 3.15 3.15 3.82 4,48  t                                                                                                                                                                                                    1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             I,"                                                                                                                  l                 ,               ,  .:.7k,i:  STATION LATE NIGHT CUSTOMER DIALED  FROM  TO  7...,,,...., ,.X  mm Min  -EXISTING  2  3     4     B  Min  Mlh Mlri  "PROPOSED���**  12,   3     4      B  "Min Mlri Min 'Min"Min:  * Tho throe-mlriMto charge, and tho oxlotlng ratoa. would bo retained for  Crnnbrooh I'lmborloy  Now Wo-tinlnstor  Alduriirovo  Abbotsford,,  Vnncoiivor  NnnalniQ  Vnnooiivor  Vanoouvor  Vflricotiver   Vonoo��vor    Vintarln  Onn.pbi.ll River  Knmloops  , prince ciqo.ko,,.  " MnptronI  ' . ��� .   $   $ ���.  ..  .  ^        .      1.  10   ,25  ',20   ,2B,  ,33   ,41 '  .10  .17  ,24   ,31   ,3R  24    ,35   ,35   ,35   .47   .00   '  .10  .IR  ,ZQ   ,34   ,42  43   .45   A.    .45 ' ,60   ,75  .13'  .24  ,35   ,40   ,Q7  ofl 'io"\m"M ~7fi~��_'  ' .10  .20  mM^M"nm  85 ',BB   ,65   ,55   ,73   ,01  : .1/)  .ii-  .48   ,03   ,78'  104   ,00   ,05   .06   .87 1,00  ,,22  Mi  '.05   ,8711,08  325   ,70   .70M .70   ,03 1,10  ,23  ,40  .09   ,02 1,15  ",2312 1,00J.OCI 1,00 1.30 1,00   ,  : : '"      ' ,30.  .00 (  ,Q0;ii20 1,50',  Boworr Inland-Wost Vancouver, Hanoy-Port Coquitlam, North Vanoouvar-  WhRlloy,, Port,poqultlamnWhnlloy,,, AgaQols^Chilliwack, ,Bowon.Island,nDeep   CoVo, Whalloy^WhytOQllfl, Dowon loland - North Vancouver, Bowen Island-  Vanoouvor, Chrlntlna LaKo- Grand Forko, Grand ForKa - Greenwood, Wholloy���    ���  Woot Vancouver,'.Caotlooar-'Troll.-    ,,, ,  All oporator-lmndlod oallo botwodn thpno polnlo, Including pori_on'to-pornon  pallo, would oo chargod lor at tho raton propoaocl under the now aohotlulo,  .   WTfi   l*,*W*W    >  ^     : MISCELLANEOUS^^    ;u  Under tho exfatlnp rate aohedulo fo^long-dlatanco cpilla within "  tho operating territory of B.C., Tel, q surohorgo of 26 oenta la  charged for oolleot oolla, calls charged,to a third number, and  calla, where the operator la asked to report back with time andf  ohargea,'Under ,the now rate schedule there would bd no addH  tlohai charge for these servlceo, beoause, the new operator-  ,       ,/       ���    7     handled rate Would refloct the oost of the operator tlmo, Involved,  rNOTEriifolioffnhdorwhoro*Plroct-PlBtnnoo;Pla^  oalla that could othorwloo Do ��Jlnlo*;l direct would Do handled hy the operator m tho    phones, coin telophonqs, radlo-tolophonoa and toll stations, onlla  ouoiomor-tiialod ratoo.  , ,  ,...,,,, *..,., ..,,,7, V   ,7 ���7 .made to'Zenith numbers and calls charged to drodlt oard numbers  >   >, ��� i would bo ratod as oporatoM.and.ed oallo.  �������������� '  ' ' |"''1'      ' ', ' '  7 ( ,|. I '''",' ','  f  PERSON DAY  EXISTING  FROM.  1     2     3      4     5  TO .MILES.,Min ,Min, Mint;Mjn Mlri  PROPOSED  12     3     4     5  Min, Min:Min  Min Min  Cranbrook Kimberley 16 .60   .60  ,60   .72 .84  New Westminster Aldergrove  ��� 24   ;70   .70 ,70   .85 1.00  Abbotsford Vancouver 43 .95   ,95   .95 1,17 1.39  Vancouver        . Victoria 64' 1.25 1,25 1,25 :l,53:1,81  Nanaimo Campbell Rlvor 85 1,45 1.45 1.45 1,77 2.09  Vancouyer V^J^  Vancouver Prince George 325 2,75 2,75 2,75 3,33 3.91  Vancoiiver Montreal 2312 5,60 5,60 5,60 6,60 7.60  * $    ? .     .  1.00 1.00 1.00 1.16 1.32   1.65 1.05 1.05 l.���3' 1.41  1.40 t.4P 1.40 1,65 1.90  7'1,60 1,60 1,60 1,91'2,22  1,70 1,70 1,70 2,05 2,40  ,2.35 2,35, 2.35,2,85 ,3,35,  2,85 2,85 2,85 3,48 4.1)  6.30 6,30 6,30 7.25 8,20  j.*.  ill  PERSON NIGHT  ^7*'��i,jif.,Srt>*;<ii]S*i^.!iHiw����ji(i**��,��.i>*ii'.ai. Aife  M.uJ,j*.KVI*|iWiRlJffi**^VSi��+?ti(1*fl S^iUjiiil'+i(i'ii|.��i�� linhWWit'<rt��**!**ir.. .*iW>i!af**?-.iltUm*iW .1 f��l>S\  f#J;^*.^.'^A^#iif_.��C*ii*['friittri% l.*>jfc4^j,.^nEb-ip^fc^s,tif-:ifS^rth..W.  FROM  TO  EXISTING!  1     2     3      4      5  MILES   Min Min Min  Min Min  PROPOSED  1    '2     3      4     5'  Min Min Min  Min Min  Cranbrook  Now Wostmlnstor  Abbotsford  Vnncoiivor"  Nanaimo  Vnncoiivor  Vanoouvor  Vancouver  KImberley  Alrtorerovo  Vanoouvor  Victoria  Oompbnll Rlvor  Kamloops  Prlnoo Qoprco  Montreal  ??'>?? ���  ?     '.      .      .t.  10   ,55   ,55   ,55   ,65   .75  1,00 1,00,1,00 1,12 1,24  24    .65   ,65   .65   .78   .01  1,05 1,05 1,05 1,19 1,32  ,43    ,80    ,80   ,80   ,97 1.14  1,40 1,40.1,40 1,59 1,78  ; ,04 1,06 1,05 1,05 1,27.1,49',  1.00 ,1.00 1.60 1,83 2,07'  r     85 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,43 1,60  1,70 1,70 1,70 1,90 2,23  104' 1.80 1,80 1,80 2,16 2,00  2,35 2,35 2,35 2,73 3,10  325 2,35 2,36 2,35 2,80 3,25  2,85 2.85 2,85 3,32 3,80  2312 4,70 4,70 4,70 5,35 0,00  6,30 6,30 6,30 7,25 8,20  t                            ' '''  wpymmmm  tmtmim  CALLS OUTSIDE B,C  W��wwffflma.w.w,wwM.i."^Ww  V 'i.  t/'  The Canadian TrannportOommlo-  olori hau alno boon aaKod to,  approve n now rntofltruoturQ (or  oalla botwoon Brltloh.OolumDIn  and mont othor polnta In Canada,  .Tho now rato ayatom would bo -  olmllar to that plannod within B.C*  Tol'fl oporatlno territory, Tho only  diuoronooB! ���, '  A 30 por oent dlooount would bo  nppllod to tho total coot of quo-  tomoNialod oalla planed bolwoon  0 p.m. and midnight; Mondny ,  through Saturday, and.from Q a.m..  to mldnlfjht on Sunday, From  mldnlntu to fl a.m, ovoiy day, i\  B^or.oont dlooount vyouid bp  .applied to tho ooot of ouoh oallo.  /S 30 per cont discount would be  appiiod to tho overtime portion  only of oporator-handlod station*  to~Qtfitlon oalla plaoad from Q p.m.  to midnight, Monday through  ^Saturday, and from 8 e.m.tomld--  night on Sunday. From midnight   ���  to 0 a,m, oyery day, a 60 por ooht  dlooount would, bo nppllod to tho  cont of ovorllmo mlnutoo,  Regular day ratoa would apply at  all tlmoa for tho flrot thrao minutoa  of oporator-handlod otatlpn-tO', .  atatlon oallo. No dlooount would ,,  bo appllo��b|q ot any.tlmo on'  pornon-to-porooif oallo.   >   <  NO CIlANQRIS PROPOSED AT TIHSTIMR IN RATB8 FOR CALW         TO,POINTS OUT8IDB CANADA. -  (  .     .1  ���Wff*_IW>MHII��pal|>W  W^W����!iWWa1>^^  ^B*W��*>;_HHlftM��W"��H��P^H    -  I ,  't  IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALLYOUR NEAREST B.C.TEL. OFFICE  AND ASH FOR Y^^^  l-V r     ^     ���   ��'.     K       ��\  IW^WaSW^W**^^  mmmiM&mtvNtmmtit^^  mfmrnfmi***  wU4  H��Wil('?-��^.'"*i��"4^��iw.rt  'JmmmW^i^m^M^JLrJmr���X^yJj*  ��f3UI>M��i9ai*����IIB>mA|l*^'  ��*+*iW'&��****e#*fiv?**iriit*^^ iwaiw^f*3i0���vsi��>i*^(^WWB��tM^^ qVejffiPr   I- ��� '  t       ,  ��� '..J, J��      'I .)  ���    "      ��� # '_'  w/l Vli*mi.49l<l.lt9.  tWW^Vtyliiitl tHWha^aJ  i  s  I     I     . >'  '��'.,.,  >���  til ��� '*". ��� Executive  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country match "committee; Belle Dube, cap-  Club's new ladies executive for the tain; Jean Mcllwaine, treasurer and  72-73 season are from left: Priscilla Dorothy Morrow, secretary. Missing  Leith,    publicity;    Lucille    Mueller,  from picture are co-captain Norma  Gaines and Doreen Matthews, mateh  committee. -  ���\    '        '��� 7 ' ,   7  v V    >x  Page A-8   v       The Peninsula Times .  Wednesday, September 27, 1972  ���. :     ~^��� : ,  Dental Topics V  7EF YOU are 35 .years old-or-oveiv tooth  decay should cfease to become a major  problem ffcj; you, but don't relax,..you're  more likely to suffer gum .diseases which,  can  result in tooth  loss.  The decline of tqoth* decay for those  about 35 is not actually well understood or easily explainable. But -t^ie fact  remains that decayv falls off after this^  age. .This ought to make you happy���  fewer drilling and filling sessions with  your friendly  dentist.  However, after 35, more teeth are lost  due to diseases of the gums than tooth  decay. But do not despair, gum diseases  "can easily be cured. Better still,, they  can be prevented. So, even though your  war against decay germs is largely, over,  do not allow yourself to relax in the  fight  to keep your  natural  teeth.  Pyorrhea and other gum diseases caa,  always be" cured, unless they have reached the terminal phase7The fact that you  are suffering from gum trouble is a poor  excuse to have all your teeth extracted.  Such a radical operation will not cure  the disease and can have serious consequences on your health and appearance.  Never forget���your permanent teeth are  meant to last your lifetime.  ' Gum diseases including pyorrhea can  be prevented. , Good dental habits at  home, regular checkups and care from  your dentist are more important than  evej, how that you are past 35. By following these simple rules, you will keep  your natural teeth all your life, "even  if you live to be 75 or 85 years old.  ���Canadian   Dental   Association  \      \  Stinshine Coast Juvenile Soccer Association  and  Gibsons Athletic  Association.  Elementary  Saturday, September 30th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, October           1st from 9 a.m. to 5-p.m.  i\are co-sponsoring a Soccer Coaches Clinic at the Gibsons  ��� School Gym on Friday, September 29th from 7 to 9 p.m.;  LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED  7  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in, this   area.  The Times  ,885-9654. (Seehelt), ,,;..886r2121  (Gibsons).  Trophy Winners  Keen golfers who captured trophies    from  left:   Wilma Sim,  2nd flight; waine, Sr., 2nd flight; Glenna Sala-  this season in the ladies'tournaments    Kay    Mittelsteadt,  Sr.,    3rd flight; hub, 5th flight, and Jean Gray, Sr.  at S.C. Golf and Country Club are    Vera Munro, 3rd flight; Jean Mcll- 1st flight.     . _ :  ST  I  NEW  ZEALAND  LAMB in the BA   _  includes Stew,  Chops,  and Roast, lb   WA  ONIONS, CARR0TS  bW* ivV, .nn^vnV  MIX and  MATCH ......���;_,  1  Virginia Douglas...  Golf and Country Club's  Ladies Tournament winner  Keen   Competition  Mighty close to being ti-ophy winners,  in the Sunshine Qoast Golf and Coun-v  try Club's ladies tournaments are,,  runners-up, Dorothy , Morrow, Sr.,  ladies 3rd;flight; Priscll,la .Lcith,;'  ladies,2nd flight, and Mpira Clement,:'  "V. f jii-��^*V~ai ilfit-tfr  CAULIFLOWER  W//////////f///f////////M//ffA  COWRIE  STREET,,  SECHELT -  885-9416  PRICES EFFECTIVE: h  Thursday, Friday, Saturday,  Sept. 28, 29, 30    ��  1  1  4              1'               II  ,  *\   -  Lpcal,  '  1        1  f_a_a*��i|y"i:.i.��...*i4,.i....'......,.;<...  t l'f ��� 9 ��� ��� I  1 �� ���  .   .  1 ���  .  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'    ', ; J   '    I, ' '  '  1  i  |  i  ������ii  [iTt  i\_ ^n   .    ,., I      HI-  a  JfL.^LIVEi.A^USIC'^  FOR YOUR DINING 7AND DANCING PLEASURE  PROVIDED W ... A POPULAR  ft^j^^T^M^^^aW^^a^yw^  W*Wa-laypiyWI)^^  'I^MWIWW.IIlWWlW^  ,t    I    ,(  r   \   .,*>,.  COUNTRY & WESTERN  BAND  m**^twm#imw^niiwmtyww*  885-2311  |U      1*    -    .*fai    .��    |IfK.       I        (��� .        ��    ���   rfl-1 ��.   \   t    If   '       ��,    |l C".    !<.(      J .      ���{     ��t       *   tfV"-' '���--'��  aula  'cyLJii  CABARET SATURDAY  9 P.M. TO 1:30 A.M.  "���"Sunstiln'orCQast4'  1.  etmti  tnu  w  Hwy - .Socholt  ounae  no*  $1.50    A  PRIME RIB ROAST  Full Courso  .  ... Meal .,.,....  $  ^WUal.Pa^^ 9^JF *<t .^^B^^F\t  t . ^J.   '^WIHII_W'    ^fr  '^ *.  !%Hl-!Ml#��a��plt^^  fft^t,mm*<fm't##il*  ���**w��w��Mie*^^^  m>mmm^4m>mm  ����VM��IWM��fi^^  ��m4r^M��r^M>N_^^  mmmm^ismm^mmm  t_^m^_*mmf9i  w'^w'iitWNw^tiyw't^^  4p��^  t^tkmmmmm*$wmi!*��  ��WWIII^ljl��MatWWW^^  BMWa��WWW<W��#.  I  f   , r  \\  \  i ^  X  Section B  \.  Wednesday, September J^ljg2  Pages 1-8  ���.7 "\  .Lioas Lajli& prepare  io^Wine^Cheese party  FINAL preparations -fpr Sunshine^CoastL  ... . Lions_Ladie��' Wine and Cheese Party,  to   be   held  Ahis   Saturday,   were   made  when eleven members met for the first  meeting of the fiscal year.  The meeting was hel^l at the Peninsula   Drive-In   on  September 13th   with-  _  guest,  Shannon  Stockwell,   in   attend- .  ance. \  After   dinner   {here   was   a   surprise  4 shower   of  gifts  fpr   Gary   and   Roberta -  .���^oxall's new daughteiv'Denise. Members  had obviously enjoyed shopping for her.  The meeting was then called to order  by President  Roberta,  minutes for June,  read,  and  Florence Tait  gave  her trea-,  surer's  report.  Under the direction of Chairman Rosa  . Rodway, the ladies have been  busy this  past" summer, collecting  recipes and  advertising for a .cook-book to be published and forxsale locally before Christmas.  Most of the discussion of the evening  - centred on final preparations for the  Wine and Cheese Party to be held on  Saturday, September 30th. Calona wines,  the sponsor, has advised that there will  be plenty of tasting for all. Tasty tidbits "will be served with cheese. Chairman Florence Tait plans to decorate  Sechelt Legion Hall in an Italian theme,  ..and the music of Helen Sinclair will add  to an enjoyable evening. A door prize  is also offered. Tickets at $3 per individual are available at Campbell's Variety; Jorgensen's Barber Shop, the Family Mart and Benner's Furniture, also  from all Lions ladies members, or by  ' calling 885-9806.  Dorothy   Rodway  will  be  hostess  at  the  October meeting'  West Canadian. Graphic^ Industries  204 West -6t.il Ave.,  Vancouver it). 3V C.   N ' v  Servicef  Doctor Arrives  Dr. Malcolm Brand opened up his former Vancouver committments,  practice last Thursday at Pender . Onus for a new clinic rests with the  Harbour. Presently operating from Health Department which was compile old clinic, he will practice two mitted by former Health Minister  days a week until he has settled his Ralph Loffmark.  October meeting...  Power Squadron hosting  Pacific Mainland Dist.  i  AT  10 a.m. on Sunday  Sept.   17,  boats  of the Sunshine Coast Power Squadron converged, on a charted position to.  pick up instructions for the day-cruise  arranged by cruisemastef Bob Jardine.  Clues led the crew of the Bunty to retrieve the directives from the base of  the light on Kunechin Island. These were  planned by Gordon Hall and placed by  junior member Bill Simpkins.  Courses were~~Ehen^set for Clowhom  Falls,   with   navigationaT^exercises    en  route. After lunch aboard the boats, tour  of the il power house provided an interesting experience, followed by a happy hour  at the home of hospitable Ciowhpm hosts  'Jerry and' LyneS "Weliar^  ing in the winning log was the Bunty^"'"  skippered   by   Don   and   Hazel   Hadden7  with John de Kle'er and Len and Suzanne  Van Egmond as crew.  First regular meeting of the Sunshine I  Coast Power Squadron was held at the  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club on Friday,  Sept. 22.,With Commander-Ray Chamberlin in the chair. A .full slate of -business  was 'attendee* to, including plains for the  training courses to be offered during the  fall and winter months.  ,,,,, Past,Commander.Werner .Richter, of:,,  ficiated at the swearing in of four new  members of the Squadron: Sara Gerring,  David.'Gerring, 'John��';Kellywfi and ��John  Mercer. Two members were welcomed  into the Squadron having transferred  from'the Nootka Squadron- al ��� Tqhs.s,  Len and Edy Ryerson of the Valley Ho  Squadron attended as guests.  One of the Items on the agenda was  the disclosure that plans have boon,final-'  planned for the wives of the executives  and a fishing trip is being organized for  the  entertainment of   pur .guests.,     Following the business meeting Jim  Spilsbury delighted the group with a  selection of varied slides and witty commentary.  ���  For Rafts,  Docks, Boathouses  Styrofoam BB Brand  Buoyancy Billets  It takes   only   1   cubic   foot   of  Styrofoam BB Brand plastic foam  to float 55 lbs.  Block 10"x20'V108'  $27.00 at  Phone 883-2266  WMMMUMMMlMMMlMmUIMMyiiUUMIMiMMIlWMMWaaUMMWMiWIf  HAVE a look at the new Golden Wedding Anniversary album at Miss Bee's,  Wharf Road,  Sechelt.  r-  NOTICE  K$V*S�� P*��.l 'WW'  .  Pender ifarFouir' - Egmont Area  ;    For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  1(1  n  883-2794 (24 hours)  TOTEM CLUB  ft  i.  w  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE *  mmmnmmm9mmm0_r_w9W_nwmmmmMm-****m**Amm*vmm^^  yiauiiiiiiHiamHiiiHH/iiiiuiHiHiiuuummiiMHmim/uimmiimMiR  �� INDUSTRIAL *  .fifv|)ii.>Mvl^l.'t .ti*.**.  ��<i7,ed*.-tO"lu.ve*the-meeting -of" the ��� Pacif id - * ;  Mainlund District held hero ln Octobol\7 ��  This Is tho .firpt time' a district, meeting  'has''been'1'hosted' by a Squadron 'and the "';  novel suggestion has been onthuslasticallyi. VS1 'h<w  accepted. Visitors will bo billeted at t|.o|  homes of local members. A tea Is being,  FIRST AID COURSE  . ��� ���        '>��� *  i  .,' i | ( , ,     ,  Leading to British Columbia Workmen's  Compensation Board Certification  ..��._����JTHOSE INTERESTED.,CONTACT  Oliver; M. Price  Phone 886-2326  t*S    f-A -  4^>.��,��iH_>4 ll.'il^r.aUi'b  wmmjrpMfiMrm  Turmel undery  channel set '',  . A VISIONARY French mining     ���'  ;i^'cngi^ee^^bert'7,MathiQU- 7'.:,'7��,.  "Paviorr once "intrigued Napo-  Jeon-with a plan to boro a    ,  ,  tunnel  bonoath  tho  EnglSnh  Channel to link Eurppo's oldi   . '"  rivals,,'Franco and Britain,', '   ,,   7 .  Ho envisaged twb long un- ��� '���.' .  dorsea shafts from either coast'' 7 .  .,jnopMnfl, ��(.�����iv oi'tUlglal .Island,�� , 7<  in mkU'hi.nnol,  Stagecoaches    ,  from, Paris ,or London would. ,   . >  change  horsos  on tho  Inter- ,     '  -nHtlonnMslnndr"^^  yVidw.,., awiiy, tho island and7   V,  tho slartocouchos, and thoproj-.. ������������',y<  eel which dollghtcd Napoleon ���   '.".  170iyearH'.a��o Is now-flo.closo  "  to,;JVulUonTithatfiti,,wi6uld. bo ,. 7<;<  hard��for i oithor lho British or ���    '  Fronchvto puU'put.7        ,   ,     \/.  AiiHtat't nn borlnK tho long-  *'    n  debated JJchunnol't. is Inow1 ox- * ;^^.  Thifi��� w��b disclosed"'roconlly ���    '*  �� by tho French nnd Hvltlt.li jjov-" '.  ci'iniionlH, wljlcli ��av�� approv-  ��l,fop m��� fliuij  study  on .(ho ' '  pi'ojcct andplcdHt'd Id mUju an ' ...  t'4.!!li  auroonioiit on'how tho tunhol  would bo. built and fhmncod.  Togetherness?  A,   COUpUil   of    naiiroHHlvQ  ���-,,,bouraU.ftvo.,i'ulnad4iopo.,-ut.��4.i4."  tho Detroit Zoo 'of 'oroatlna a  cpmmuno in which bears of  nil'.slzos nnd colors could livo,  totfothor ln poaco,  TI      "  enmo to an official cjid wj)0|  "tfici    fwlf^^offohdofH��� sh"i>j?��v  'hnirod nlotl^henrn 'from ���f.oiiin��-  caul.     Asia���woro '   removed  from    (ho hear shelter    and  ,. inl-cu lo, a nopuruto.compound.  "Thoy woro always brawl-  Inn," oxpliilucd Dr. Itobnrt V,  Wilson, zoo  director  and  an  avid bear fan, who concoivud  tluj. logetl.orncHS. program  In  mi. i  ��>)����jJC  ["ho  foi.r*ycnr    experiment  Tho Klldnro hna lwo bodroomo, an U-ahapod  llvina/'dlnina room,��enrport and oyer iooo  ^uaro loo tol floor, spoco.-.  l^tH,W(ttf,(*, ��     j*t((  CONTACT YOUR WESTWOOD PEAL^H  n |jn ijiiiiiiiiiii. nn  UJESTUnOD  jE'.tw��ic��*ifi   pvllaWIIHw,��l��31"CIfl"!l Mia  m mniiiiiiiiin/ i iwim winvmiw wiirMiNiiiii.ae, rncNiui-iur  r<        ,\  Froese Bros. Construction'  Glbior.*-^- Phono 88^-2417  Suncoast Estates Ltd.  Socholt v��� Phono 885-2241  ".i"  fwwaa^t*!*  SALE LASTS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30  CHECK THESE  LISTED  SPECALS  Plus visit our store for Many MORE!  Kitchen -Chairs ;���   High back. A few left from our  Square Deal Days. Reg.. 8.47.  Inventory Reduction  Sale  .:   Fondue���Fuel������^  Reg; 88c. Inventory  Reduction Sole -____  7<y  Electric Can Opener 7  With knife sharpener and pottle <  opener. Inventory  Reduction Sale ___._���--  Scope  -l^-osr-sixer-! nventory-  7.00  Fleetwood Stereo  Solid State AM FM Phone Tape  Outlet, Garrard changer, master speaker control. Beautiful  cabinet. Reg. 389.95. Inventory  Reduction ^fA  Sale.....  *JiU  Disposable Diapers  Flush-a-Byes. Inventory Reduction  Sale Specials. Reg.  2.69 Now  Reg. 2.T9  Now ___���   Reg. 2.89  Now  _.  Reduction Sale  17 oz. size; Inventory  Reduction Sale   &��ES>  240  *2  250  Westinghouse Cabinet  Solid State AM FM Phono BSR  changer tape jack Reg. 399.99.  Inventory Reduction  Sale  _...-..._  $350  8  Track Tapes ���  All  popular classical.  Inventory Reduction  Sale 1 .   Reg. 7.98  6.50  Check Our GWG       ^  Men's and Boys' Pants  Discontinued    stock   is   marked  with RED TAG.  Aquarium Starter Kits  All set to go!  Inventory Reduc-  *lon Sf C  Sale, unit        JL3  Thermos Bottles  Inventory Reduction AAa  Symphonic Cabinet  AM FM Stereo  Garrard   Changer.   Reg.   339.95  ^I'nven'fdry** Reductiotn**  Sale  ,   AM FM Headphone Jack  Garrard   changer.   Reg.  -199.95  Inventory Reduction   Sile77._7._7_Z7Z77   Jewelery Boxes  Satin lined. Do a little pre-Xmas  shopping.   Reg.   1.79.   Inventory  Reduction  Sale -_. ___  Polyester Knit Body  Sweater with Skirt  \   Nautical  look.  Reg.  15.9S,telni  ^en"^^.Re-dMction^..;.^.^,^'  ^tfii. _iri7_._^l:���j.i_4:'!7v)y  ,*. J-- ���;.". , .. :>���������;��� "7'' ���'      '''"'''��� '������.    :f# .  '^'tftristmas Trees  Scotch Pine. 6' tall.  Pre-Christ-  mas Sale.  13.99. Inventory Re-  ">ale    _���    AA  iJVI.......'...-...,.'',;.... ..-,.���;..,  Playmate Solid State  Cassette, Tape Recorder  I Reg.! 24,99. Inventory  Reduction Sale   Yard Goods  Introductory offer to bur new  yard good dept. Inventory Re-  Sale DISCOUNT ...      20 '��  Asst. Lamps with Shades  Inventory Reduction    �����   #��� M  Sale Specials ���_���_.���__._. '7Jf^g ��  14 J7    Il7f  THE SALES ARE CASH OR BY YOUR  CREOBT CARD - NO LAYAWAYS!  Lamp Oil  Different  fragrances.   Reg.   75c  Inventory Reduction ��fAC  Sale, each ���_ _._:   Budgies  Inventory. Reduction  Sale   1.77  Guitars  Great   for   the . beginner.  14.88 Inventory  Reduction Sale   Reg.  HO  Blankets  Asst. colors.  . Reduction  Sale ._.__.__  72"x84" Inventory  . BJW J>prt#Me Wr.m^ >' ur,-.  Mai lory Batteries  2D size batteries. Flashlight or  transistor. Inventory _f2_____  Reduction Sale ....   ^|^  ������rCheweyr'B-B-Batsyy^r-ri  48 in pkg. Reg. 89c. Inventory  Reduction ^f jKf'C  Sale -���-- 71   '.....  Men's  T-Shirts  SJbojt sleeve white, .with: pocket.  '������Jie.9;^.Speeial.4.i;.4.4.Jnxentoiy-Re-  ������diic,tio.iT"'  t'H'K' ">tp ^7<  ;Sale.__,^���_7-_7���_ ___���..  Webcor 8 Track Stereo  Player with Amp. AM FM stereo.  Inventory Reduction  Sale  ,   $115  CHECK NOW  FOR, MANY  UNADVER.T1SED SPECIALS  iFire King Ovenware  You can bake, serve, reheat, all  in the same. dish.. EaSy .clean  Ovenware. Your choice of Cake  , Pan, Baking Dish or 3 sizes of  u Casserolo Dishes. Inventory Reduction ^ikOL  Sale, DISCOUNT ....     ��M /0  Trade in Your Old 7  Bird Cage  on a now ono wo will allow you  $5 on the purchase oflvour,J2.99  or:i.6,99"r cages. " l '" "': \  Mai lory Batteries  4 AA size flashlight or transistor.  .f Reg ,* pkg.�� of m4��1 $0,��I n ven|tory,,,  Reduction _i    ���l i_  Sale. Pkg. ���_._,.. ���-   _&#J_il_P  NeoiCitran  The hot drink medicine for colds  with Vit. C. Inventory  Reduction Sale; ea  Phentex  All colors, 2x3 ply, 3.20 oz. balls.,  Inventory Re- <��y *g     *g*  ductionSale   Xtballs Jlo4U  Ladies, Shoes  . Similar to Wallabies. Reg. 6.99  . Inventory Reduction    ��� ;      ^JC   ""��� 'i i i_W  Big Bruiser Lantern  Battery  Retail value 6.18. Special Introductory  Value   4.99,   Inventory  Reduction  Sale ���.  450  ....  ��� ^**BWWW*ltWll1��t  Christmas Cards  51 to a box. Lots of stock. Inventory Redaction 03|���  .Safe'._.:.���,... ...'j -,.   ^9_W  25,>o a box, Inventory Reduction    , *JHc  Fleetwood 19" Color TV  Great for tho hockey season com-  inp  lip.   1   only  loft,   Inventory  'S3!fc : $380  Stereo Records  Yes! All LPs.'Rog, 6.29. Inventory Reduction   Sale  7'-M"  1 ,     '   '  Sctwol Bags and Binders  Keop, your books dry during our  jrairis; Invontbry       1  Solo ..  ���:.....���....;.., ����������� PRICE  Mallory Flashlight  Special, magnetic. Rog. 2.19 Special 20% off offer. Inventory  Reduction   ���  Sale ' ��� ���'.'....���..  1*75  Mallory Batteries  2 C size flashlight' or. transistor*  _Rcg,,80c..Jnvontory.,w*w*~^jEf|j~  Reduction Sale  Lloyds Compact FM/AM  and FM/Stereo with 8  Track Stereo Tape  Player  Separate' slide type bass and  treble balance and volume controls. Front panel stereo headphone jack. 6V2'' wide speakers.  J Reg. 189.95 Invoii- ��_g a��|^  tory Reduction Sale  "J|.f||0  Lloyds FM/AM and  FM/Stereo and Stereo  Phopo System  Easy road "dial for FM dnd AM  listening/ BSR automatic changer. All the features and ireproA  eduction ~ of�� a��mach">triorO'>expon',uv*  siyo machine. Reg, 259,95. Inycn- ,  ���'��*������ ���'���"'WiiiV  *��� bOlO   _. ^      "  'IJ' T   &M   ___\^__\\_\  <"-*,*       ��H(i     J     .!    |rl��       -.._'���   I. t   \y^y. >.  <���      ,    *        tr !*��   *1^*  (.  Lloyds1 FM/AM and  FM/Stereo Receiver with  ' 8': Track ��� Tape Player.' ���^7.  16 ojt. bag. Rog; 59c. Inventory  f.    .;.���.  Pro-Halloween Candy 7r ,  Pkg. of 20���50 Wagon V/hcols.  Inventory' Reduction  Sale,, pkg,  f^M_>p��Fala>M��>t*n*nfl>*a  75c  PeaMsJ/[J^��ShellM  IY0I  45���  Reduction  Solo, bag   '   , ��  Ladies Shoos  Black hool and buckle. A great  -casual shoe. Inventory *&l   |?tH  Reduction Sale .--   Af<i3U  horo but- doluxo 'mpdolt,with ill-  umintftcd illdio', iil|lo} dial.\'AFC'  circuit' for drift; through FM ro-  coptl6n.,Handaomo wood caibinct  Includes air susp'orision speaker,  Rog, 219,95, |nvont: $| ^||  OUR INVENTORY  MUST BE  *^^REDUCED.!*,WW  ' 'tinvo' Your ��� ���'���  '"CHargo 'Ca?d?'"  APPLY  TODAY I  ory  Reduction Sato  ,.     , .!,,!, 1       I,,  YOUR  DEALER  *S*fit  f^K..^*t^��w.  tmwyuMMt  ��<!��];* ^���(iM't^Jat   ^.'t.'  tRAIIU BAY CENT RE, SECHELT , ���    :  ��� 1    ' ,7,i  Iwii��iwiwuuuuuuumiiiu*j*^  PHQHE^S-2335  *ftdMMRMkd*mAi&.  vn-jHait^fjiim*^.  M*Wfl*WM#Ni�����W^*  . V-h��>  !<;��  i** *'.  .h��."^ji,t.  ��� 111111., 1,1,,,,,,,, 1  ��� f >..'t'.' �� a t ( a ( > .ii......... 1 . ... . . . . 1 .t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1  1 t V t'l I 1 . a �� .... j ��� 1 a 1 ( 1 I 1.) . ��� 1 1 ( i��> �� (*�� 1 1 1 1 1 i * l.(i< Y.t�����...  '  **},*? .*t.^<-*H*V*.   *  Ht *t_****i*Jltlf*  r*f*  ��t(.  mmtwemMmilm  A \     .. _. .... s.  V  X.  \  \\  .'   \  \  iv  \  \-  V  <\  jF|xv?*^il^ CiOnijig couinciipT._ _��  .���-:.":vX'.':":":-:":':::':".":::":':":":":":'��^ -     "     i-*"       '"- "  ��-��_���-*_���;���,  *S^*:::"i^:":^^X:::W^ft%8��S  ^__S_S;:!;_^S_^"!��_S:-i:l?l^_^S  ���It!*.* C*T* *___���_:���������������������!______���___!��__t ���%"* ��� ��� ���_���_��� ���������_���- ���_*_��� ���__L_l_.*.*.���________���_���.'  **T*d  Council take ikm stand  rejects business licence  Page B-2 x The Peninsula Times^  Wednesday, September 27y 1972 x  rtwnt-  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Blain  ���photo  by Peninsula Photographers  United Church wedding  unites Blain-Carey  WEDDING of Gloria Rose Carey and  Thomas Frank Blain at. Gibsons United Church wa* held on September lCth  with Rev. J. Williamson officiating at  the 2 o'clock double ring ceremony. Tbe  bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mr.s\  Bruce Carey of Gibsons, B.C. and the  groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Blain  of Vicuna, B.C^ ,,,. f ,<   ���...��� ������,., ���.,,  The bride wore a floor length lace  over satin gown with lily point sleeves.  Flowers'Held the waist length veil. Sln_  carried-pink roses and stephanotis. Esther  Carey, sister of the bride was maid of  honour. Norman Blain, brother of the  groom, was best man and ushering were  Peter   James   Carey   and   Rick  Milligan,  Al the reception held "at the home  of the bride's parents, the bridal toast,  was proposed by Malcolm Carey. The  bride's going away outfit was a beige  chocked suit. Tlie newly weds left I'or  a honeymoon to Mexico. Upon return  thoy plan tn reside in CJibsons.  From the pulpit      r-r-by Pastor Gerry Foster,   Gibsons Pentecostal Church  "HAPPY   are   those   who    hunger   and  thirst for righteousness, for they shall  long ngo to a nuiUlUulo of men and women who had great longings and yournlnnH,  Hat Ihoy woreno "greater tluuv the "thirst-"  Ing of people lodny. Wo Jill dosl'ro nulls-  fuel Ion, In mnny ways we rilti.ln 11 to a  sniull cn tent. Hut, luce thu fuels, our  henrls will never be completely und por-  mnnenlly. satisfied until, I hey renew l'��|-  kiwshlp with lite' on'u who mudo us I'ltr,  HlniHoir.  God oroulotl ns In His own Imnge. To  thlnk*4hot* anything -lhls <\vorlcMiflnwt'0"  " ' offer ''will1 fiWtlsjy '<)iir fi'pliMlurir IVuh(jorJ Is'  ,.,,absurd,   The  Psalmist   .sulci;   VMy   soul  thlrstoth  for thee In a dry and thirsty  , land,, whoro  no  walor  Is,"  Outside ofr  Christ'wo live lit a dry mid thirsty land,  Hut }f. .wo thirst and, .hunger for righto-  ousness wo will become a hew creation   ' In Chi'lst,".lOHilH,' 'SalIsfiaptltin7'(loo'i i.iid  wonderful,   oeeurs   when   we  are   filled  wllli lhe blessing of God,  In other words huppinoss Is uehiovoc"  ,    whon  \yo  hnyo  ndefinite eravlh.J Jor  Clod, If woHoeli ufior Illm.wo will ho  filled and satisfied,-Bo honest with your-  4, soil',.,youJ.avo,.a.JH4t)gei7,,whleh,J)OH not,  been mot, (unless,,your ' liour|. Is hordon-  ed)i  llio  I'or  you" remain.,  very  empty,  Admit It and surrender to the Clod who  "���    '    '��� " mntln you nnd 'loves yon,"    '  Popular columnist  lays down the pen  1W..K. NATION wuh minm.nccd this wook  . by Marlon Cliivrman,.the eorrospond"  cut In thin aroa for the column "Around  _.Qlh:uji.sU.-.Mi!fl.!<,Char,ii.Hn-1vylBhaH��llo.thfthlt  tho pinny pooplo.''for' tholr cooperation  and OHHlidaneb In the past' wlx years.'  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  oy Adam McBride  GREETINGS!  First, a "tbank you" to all who came  to "have a go" at our Anavets giant bingo  on the I6th. Incidentally, the price of'  coffee at our bingo is. to be dropped and  the price of half time cards lowered also.  To anyone who had a chunk of that tasty  Soccer season back;  parents aid sought  SOCCER, season is upon, us once more  arid .that means putting the Sunday  roast in early and putting the tools away  tn spend .the afternoon cheering- your  kidson whether it be to win or lose  Tt is 'just" as important that parents  participate on thp sidelines as their son^  do on,the field with an air of good sportsmanship about them at all times. The kids  appreciate , yotir attendance so please  come out for^their games.  COACHES' CLINIC  There will be another coaches clinic  from Friday "September 29th to Sunday,  October 1st at the Gibsons Elementary  School Gym. Mr. Mike'Brook an instructor from the. B.C. Juvenile Soccer Association will be there again. All Who  attended in February felt it was well  wprth the effort. There will, be lectures,  discussions and demonstrations on and off  the field and successful completion by  participants will net them the B.C. Soccer Commission Coaching Award���Level  "j". Lunch will also be sferved to participants.  BOOf PQpL  There 'wf'ill be a used sot-cer boot pool  again this year so anyone having old  boots ,of wishing new ones, please call  Mrs. Janet Webb at 88G-7005 or Mrs.  Gail Pedheault at 886-7006. The pool is  badly in need of old boots, so please dig  deep everyone!  Honolulu schedule  for senior citizens  SENIOR citizens' bus (charter) will leave  Sechelt at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 6. Travelling down the highway it will proceed  to the Lower Road to Roberts Creek,  picking up along the way then to Gibsons, Grahthams the ferry and to the  airport."      "  Due to late arrival in Vancouver at  9 p.m., it will not be possible to make  connections for the last ferry. Arrangements will be made for overnite accommodations with bus pick-up the following  morning for the return home. Should  anyone wishing to make other arrangements or will not be going on the airport bus, please phone Mr. MacLaren  at  886-9829. Also would anyone wishing  APPLICATION for a business licence by  B.E.  Electric of  Wyngaert  Road,  was  rejected  by  Gibsons Village Council last  week   because   the  location   of  this  business  is  zoned  only  tor apartments.   "We  have to start adhering to the zoning bylaw",, commented  Alderman "Tecl "Hume.  Village  clerk  Mr.  Dave Johnston said  that  the owner of the building is aware  that this area is not zoned for commercial  enterprises, the nonconforming store already   in   the   building   was   established  before zoning was introduced.        '  Mayor Wally Peterson said it is unfortunate because many eletricians operate out of their homes and if they asked  for a permit they would he refused. He  felt that council should do everything  to help B.E. Electric locate in another  place. v  NEW  ENTERPRISE  Another application submitted by Mr.  John Smith was tabled. This request asked for a licence for a new enterprise to  operate out of the office of Hi-Baller  Log Salvage. Clerk Dave Johnston explained the nature of the business which.  would be to sell commercial films, made  to help promote sales, the example given  would be filming the performance of a  jet  boat.  Alderman Winston Robinson felt that  nn additional business would also create  a parking problem and he wondered if  the log salvage operation had a licence.  He felt that council should have more  information  on' the  operation.  EXEMPTION  Council passed a by-law authorizing  the provincial assessor to exenipt lot 25  from taxes for 1973. The property is  owned by the Kinsmen Rehabilitation  Foundation in Vancouver and occupied  by Mr. R. J.. Brackett's Shoe Repair.  Council also authorized payment of a  grant of $144.77 to cover 1972 taxes, as  the by-law for that year had not been  passed.  STANDARD ,,......,,...  -   Council approved a six and one half  cent raise in indemnities for its council  members.  NOT IMPRESSED  Council as a whole was not too impressed, with new rate .structure proposed  by B.C. Telephone Company. The new  structure is designed to encourage people to direct-distance dial instead of using the operator! Person-to-person call  charges have been raised and Mayor  Wally Peterson felt that the customer  would have to pay more despite the  reduction in direct-distance dialing rates  because it often takes three or more  calls to get the person required. Mayor  Peterson also felt it would put more peo-  Municipalities of its views in.ihehope  that other councils will also make com-'  ment giving stronger voice to objections.  SANITATION . 7   '  Council will invite Gibsons7 based  public health inspector Mr. Jacfe Somers  to check sanitation facilities on boats  moored at the wharf with a view t.o making recommendations to Council.  *  Discussing recent letters which appeared in newspapers about an outhouse  on a gasoline float, Mayor Wally Peterson said that there is a holding tank on  the float.  SEA CAVALCADE x  Alderman Ted Hume ^reported that the  Sea Cavalcade has an\ enthusiastic committee already working on improvements  for next year. A permanent date has  been recommended to allow for more  advance publicity ancLit has been decided to capitalize on the tug boat races."  Miss Sea Cavalcade, Shirley Hoehne had  made some very valuable suggestions and  the committee had been remiss in some ���  of the preparations this year but will  make recommendations to save embarrassment in the future.  FREIGHT RATES  Council will advise the Public Utilities Commission of rates charged on  seven culverts weighing 1800 lbs. which  cost the Village $115 in freight rates.  Previously a different company charged  only $45.90 for ten culverts. At this rate  it would be cheaper for council to send  its own truck to pick up freight but this  is not always convenient.  Mayor Peterson said it would be good  if other businesses al.so lodged complaints  with P.II.C. if. they considered their rates  too high. Alderman Hume observed that  we seem to have a monopoly now with  only one outfit on the Coast.  CONVENTION  The Mayor and Aldermen who attended the UBCM convention were not very  happy with its procedure and will make  recommendations to -the Union- one- be-  ing that resolutions should be presented  in order of priority. Also missing was the  guidance of the Minister of Municipal  Affairs.  \  MISS BEE'S  T  card & mi mo.  Wharf Road - Sechelt -885-9066  -P.O. BOX 2W  Hallmark-Coutts   cards   and   wrappings. \  Fine   English   china   cups   and   saucers.  Boutique   items,   local   artists   paintings.  i^iifif%��iiaia��_Hji_aga��Mataw_i_i_aw��i��iWBWw>ii*a*awa_��_Maaiw_i^fafai^  _\  A  HOUSE  BY  OWNER  1597 sergeant rd.  Gibsons  PHONE 886-9391  O  '���_  %  FEDERAL  NDP  CANDIDATE  HARRY MASNUS  OLAUSSEN  Federal NEW DEMOCRATIC  PARTY Candidate for Coast-  Chi'lqpf.n; 42 year old bachelor; born and educated in Far  East; world traveller, multilingual background. My interest is PEOPLE. It will be an  honor to serve you as a Mem-  ber4pf;_ Pari iament. _ln_the, mean-,  time' can I be of service to  you? Horne address: 6887  Fairmont, Powell River, B.C;  Phone number: 485-4755.  l <  sr  f _  .���-  mfi*  ><WM>*aMIMMWBaiiHMaMM��iMHa��aiMliMI��IHHHa��IMlHMMHMHMM  to be picked up along the route,.please..,,., pie,oiuYqf wopk and.ehd.up with poorer  "phone-I>on- at-the1 bus depot to'makeiafe  Service.        -���"'���'r.a * < .,   .^-^  ..--^     1  maternity cake   it was made by the old    .raQge^erit^ ag^oon ^possible;, ;^|f^^  chef himself, Albert Crowhurst! The next    ������-'���>7���   '."m-1/  <"> .    .'_.'...'   VJ>tvf7���_-i-_ '   ,v     '  ������'���'.    happy giant Anavets $500 bingo is on the  14th of October so come on down and  try  your   luck!  Yes! I am the winner of the coloured  TV from the grand opening prize draw  at Harvey's! This is what comes from  good, clean living plus having a wife  who has patiently filled out literally  thousands of such prize tickets over the  years.  Because of the summer "stand down",  meetings for the past thrqe months.Wore  cancelled, as you know, but now the  year's end is drawing high, the monthly  s general meetings and,monthly;open meet-.  Ing.s will ugaln be held. The first general meeting will be held on .Sunday, tho  (Uh of  October,  at   the   Robert's   Creek  Community Hall. The call to order will  be nt 7 pm .sharp.  It Is imperative that nil -active (voting) member., bo presold nt this mooting  -'-hecniiRe'��llre*mntler*olv%n-,olHb*-btilldlng-  Is to be dlfjeuHsed,  ,,.,. Remember, U,Ir your.club; to.bo. run  by- the active members. Let's  not mnko  the   mistake   of   saying   "Aw,   I   guess  there'll be enough oilier guys show up lo  get  Iho Ih.hIi.o.hh dhno," The power und  HoeurHy of ii elub Ih In, \l.  vol lug body,  * Time' mid tlnie rignliv when an (.1'gnnli.i.-  (loir ennnot got (inough members out lo  hold u mooting, tho onus nnd roHpoi.Hl-  blllty fnlls directly on Iho executive to  -;condttcr;tho;7chtb7hu!\lnoRR*r\nd thin' crm;  loiul "tb" tlie' old ' story of iVllltlo clique"  of guys running n  unit  like  n prlvnte  elub for tholr own banoflll Every nellvo '  .,, member .hit.H the right to got up end say...,  exactly what ho feels nhout nny fucot of  u unit's worklngHl So how about soelng  ,  e. solid turnoul.,for lluuj'h'sl full.,geniernI ,  nieolliigl  The Inpel pins, which nro Issued (free)  ^a(UidLu,noUvu.��.]numbei'a)-..wlll,��bo��ivvnllablQ-��.  nl, tho goiiornl meeting, Also doenls unci  bumper s'loiter,,,, Also, pop,,or. something, ,  ��� Probnbly something,  Howlo T.ob7 lho pipe' puffin' skipper  of tlio* fnmous Flyln' Klhuriderforry of  Clnbrloli, wus over lu our house lhe oilier  dny. While showing ns how he .lookn  the weird .erufl. (It.seems. It him n fore  v,^/uul,,.uft_,ei)glne������nrruiu;omeiit,,.ium., comes,..,  into the (lockrildd sort or llkq t\ '.oomo'-  ,rniv��), HoWlo, gol curried nwny nnd nflor  hreuhhiK u ohnlr n'fic' putt Inn his elbow  thru llio kllchon window ho n\n Into  lho hlffy door wll|i hln pipe nnd now  lius (i.lnrj.O'.'liuhp op the hi'ok of his nook.  By flblly, It, sure wus oxclllngl When we  PMlM, his, pipe out It mndo i\ pop llko  a ol.umpHH.H. cork com In' out I  i^DhlmyQU~honr^nhoul-.-tlio__.tWQ-_4.IrlRha���  nion up ii polo with', n tnpo monsuro, nnd  this fluy  comoii'along'nnd s��y�� "Wind  MMMM��WiMMM��aMa��MM>l��limMMMMMmmMMMMH��aJl-��'  IS  is  ��'���  !.**���  .���  &  7:i  <��� i  \ ���  *.   a.  ��._  a  a  PANCING  9:30 to 1:30 o.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  Country Sweethearts  Best ih Live Entertainment  SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 30  join imytm j  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 -^r CoyerCharge ~ 886-247^  vta%w_rmf_rm_f_r_r_9_t_m__f_r_t_n0_fun^  vi\  >''.   J'"'MALE "QR^FEM-AEE"*"  No Experience  Necessary    Happy, Flexible .Outlook\v.on,Mfo,,.:��� .  Liking for Smalt* Noisy, Energetic Boys  REMUNERATION���The realistic thanks of many small St'S  ���z*<<r&MH-etll.rn.it.*  k).lHi��(i4��!t|'l��.'i^^felifll|l.fti.PF.!  tfliihiiitfieiy&f. it,i?>i&.    .  Without leaders many Cubs and Scouts will feel  we have let them down.  PICK UP YOUR PHONE TODAY  CALL:  Nancy Douglas ��� 886-2103  Ozzie Hincks ���886-7896    "  Gi  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  MIJURAy (pnd' .Toon TPo^hosi" ' Andrew; ���<  Murk und Dohblo uro7_tnyhif. ut the  Mlsfllonury OottUKci on Kontfl Islund, Mr.  nnd.Mrs Forbes..who, wore , eurotnkors ��  nt the nuptial Gump somo yours n.{o ore  now with Wye" If fo Trnnslutors.  ���^QnH*"hursdnyprSGPt^  In tljq nuptliit ChurelVFurk IloUd, Mur,��  ruy  nnd' JouP1 Forbes  will  be showhiK  pictures of Vfork of the Wycllffo Trnnslu-  fdrs liv Now Oiilnou,  Whon tho Forlios lenvo hero, lilniis  huvo heon Unnllzed for .thoni lo no to n  enmp In Sbntlibrn Mexico.1  - Momhorfliotnhc. 'Ed'KlmbnirmmUv,'  'ono-tJme^Prntt^Koad*res|dcntRHpnld,!fi"  visit. t04.thls.cpmrnunlty. before,roturiiloji  ��� to their homo ut Toxudu Islnnd.  Frit/, nofifi has returned from ����� trip  to tho Oknnflfjnn,  Mrs. Gruoo Droufihton visited hero  hmvinfl .Mondny.lust wepk te' return to  CnlKiuy.   ' ,,.  >"������> '���" ^MIIH    I    >  I       '        M ,^  , I  -�����j_..DiflBldonl,....BhoutlnH-to>'Hpoi0.oiS7h-tnp^  roRtrum; "You don't k��1 ll, niunh M  becuuse  wo  us.    the- questions  dowm't  Former   Residents  0^tt��J?Arp_|��M^^  are presently staying at tho, Keats  Island Misslohcwy' Cattage, Tholv  nofct;moyp, Willbo to,a qapnp in Mexico, They are ^een with tholr7threo  cliUclvon;;Andrew, l^ark and Debb-io,  forgot the fuss  leave the Work fo i/s  " Tnklmi river "VIrsrCliurmniVfl column    uro yn cloln'V" Ono of thoRuys up tho,   n?oun wo >ymu to'hfiat' tho nnhWtfrB'l"   will hi. IVIrs. ��ylYliLjVI��ieI,eiih w!]0 muy    polo Muys, "Whut do yo Jl|lnk_wo'ro dotn\    ^.7,7^ixti^,^��,^^^^^  ^^ty^onr^.wimriWf_^ss  he contucted ��t lho TIiviOh ufflee, Qihiiens,    Wo'ro meusurln' the pijlol" Tho f.uy Hoys  jSMtMi'duyawShuMVv^llwh^  from Inuny nf tho pooplo In lho nron  rnncornlnn their noi.'lnl 'ui.d' news Itoini  U In iHiiutested Hint .noon..Rmiirdny,ho  tho dendllne for nowii no us to enmin.  puhllentlon,  ' ,  i 1 ~j-��,���, ,  NRW jiumos for jutnltii' find children ut  Mlsn Den'., Wlmrf UomI  Sechelt,,  llio polo fluys "Aro yoii cruzV? Wo'ro try-  ln|{  to   ihensMro    tlio   heiffht,   not    HW)  lenitthlll" ,   ��� . .    . .  Oh woll, I guosn lt'ii nil how ynu look  ���nt.lt, hut I'm'..urn looltlnn ' forworrt.to  , (joohV HH'y��r nmllhi' triw. At the JHl/iftlo  , iilntio on thu Hth of Octohor. nl Ilohtul'n  Creek Community Hulll  SHOES"  by Lyohs of London  ^Meim  '^ >L  end *jrftmlori6  Glbtont _ ��� ,  086.9941  ��IIUUinUflll4|^MMJIuli||l)lUMUI>MMHIIHIIIIIII>||||i  tWM^Bt^rders  I   I . l '"/I*1 "    " ' '  ''~'vSPkhlALTY     VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  ��� > ti  T__t'__w   _>!'������ an  iwy-*a<wi>i^>��N-^^  Wfmmumm  "THrSfMICriS-'FREE  BEN'S DRIVE IN  1 (Acrwi lr<��m Hlf k Schonl)       ,   .  Phopo 886-7828 ,   Glbioni  10 ^.M. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2r1972  The folloW^ W|j| bQ offorqd  for aqlo.qt the qihimqI Wqk wle, 10 q,m. Monday, Octobpr 2, 1972, In  ,tho Munlclpql Office, South Fletcher "Rcl,, Gibsons, D.C., unless the  "delinquent taxes duo^aro prevlousiypald:"^"* ���������^ -���-  Folio Description  li 601,  Lot 4 of Lot 16  Block, 2, Dlst. Lot 6867  Plan 7759.    ...   . ,  Address  Hwy, 101    ���  Gibsons, D,C,'  I  %Mltt(&I.VNMV  *_-_.*'. Lot-l-2r 13lock���3 'of tyL���  Blocks K & L; ��� '  Dlst Loi 686; Plan 40^8  3. 941 .._...: Lot 66 dfLot'l  Man 7392  -Se^vio^Rcl,"  Gibsons, B,C,  I'llllcrost-Avor  Glbson9rU.C,  Sejntember 12, 19)2  ���M*h��WK��#mM>W!^^  MFfril>aW��Wt_^^  ' '���' ___. " ''  mmtm4-M'<>*rf7mmmmm  DAVID JOHNSTON     .  ���  ���7,.., '���MMnlcl'pdlColledori  mmm^^m^mmm>ff>*im^  wmm&mmtmim ���  .;��� t^fs.w^ Tjpv '^ty^y'-^^r-  X  \  .. .7 yrT?^y.... u ij. .������' ,w-^gpHwagBff(]iiiijiM��it 111 '���,  i  "-'-'>'.���.'��� :j"��'ij ������."!'_������".."' ;".",. viL'-jj-..'. .��� j ���"' 'J\."  :*. ���  __  "     .     _    :.    ���     ...-_.'   .    ."������-,   1. ..  7TTT  :'" 7  \  \.  Wednesday, September 27/197^       The PenfHula times  Many awards...  Large gatherings Attends  1972 Graduation jceremony  Not all the eighty Elphinstone graduates took their places on the stage  for 1972 graduation ceremonies; but  72 GRADUATES  even so this was the largest num-v first graduation picture taken in 1952  ber of students to be featured in a and reproduced in this year's school  graduation ���   picture.    Elphinstone's  annual, featured eleven young men  and nice young ladies.  Poet's Corner  ���Your contributions are invited  SOUTHEASTERN SQUALL  by   Cheryle-Ann   E.   Jay  Night't, black* "c&rlain. had' been "diaWn"  on   the   Snshine   Coast  As another dawn had fallen to darkness.  A solitary star shed it's tiny light upon  the^ strait  That lay' between the Sechelt Peninsula  and  Vancouver  Island.  A beautiful pale harvest moon  began  to rise from the southeast  Transpiring the ominous scene into  one of grandeur.  Faint city lights sparkled on the distant  shore.    .   .  Where lay the majestic city of Vancouver.  A thin curl of smoke could be seen  to tho west in the pale moonlight,  Harmae  was  once  again 'polluting '  the  already  stagnant night air.  Silhouettes of mighty fir trec& swayed  in the gentle breeze,   '  The rushing waters crashed aguinsl  the jagged cliffs  As a lonely, boat made.its way from  nowhere   lo   somewhere,  Deep in tho darkness of night a lonely  gull cried mournfully  As It winged its way  lo. the moon's. ,  blinding  beam,  Yesterday fuded uway and tomorrow in  somewhere on  tlio horizon,  Peuco   and   tranquility   secluded  tho  Peninsula  From the night life of the' dlslani1 city,  Billowing grey clouds began lo swallow  the moon us the gentle breeze  Turned to a blowing southeastern scjunll,  Sheets of invisible vain lashed,the coastal  cliffs,  Tho peuco and tranquility thut once  wus is gone.  For oway tho distant lights of'the  mojostle city molted into the mist',  Vancouver Island disappeared, devoured  hy lho .slashingi t_tn.lt       >  Awl the lonely hoat wus hidden  beneath  tho waves wash,  ~��-lIuniiuawvmilBhocUfi'om-.llio���XucQ_.oL_.lho  earth, enveloped,, ,      ���  In somo mysterious magical misl.  "Night  slipped  into  grey  dawn  nnd  tho ruins still como in torrents '  Wanhtng clean tho stagnant night air  Mighty fir trees hud been twisted und  tortured  Trying to bend lo tho wind's demonds,.,  ... -..tholr, .beauty; gone, _ ���������,������  Pule shafts of sunlight sifted through  the'awesome clouds \  tSlruluhif. to bring glory bunk lo Ihe  tSiuiMhluo Count,        l  Tho grout swirling southeastern nquull  suoeuinbed Ui a goi|tlo brave  '"Once again,  >  Tho slushing straight became as, calm  -1, us a forest pond  And the lonely  boat' thai  passed ln  the nlghl hud disappeared  With tho wind and the rain,  Vancouver -Island rose to moot Ihe . . .  beriming  bluo  sky, ,        '  Tlio Jnggcd cliffs shook hnnds with  - tho-a ��llcn Wt��tr��l t^-.���-----��-^^��-��-����  /rho^l^nh^MuJa'^wii��.woiicg���iigulujiti��:ai!e  with' the went her, ii  ' Award Winners  Some of the award winning Elphin- and Kerbis, Kenneth Wing, Robert  stone students pictured, are from,. Solnik, Dianne Fisher, Ginny Alsager  left, standing:  Dale   Peterson; Rot-v and David Bulger.  Front:   Eleanor  Swan, Cathy de Kleer, Sheahan Bennie, Pamela Gross, Mary Muehlen-  kamp and Leslie Cryderman.  GRADES eleven and twelve students  were honoured at last Saturday's  graduation when awards and presentations were made before a large gathering,  whicl} occupied every available chair in  Elphinstone's   auditorium.  Reference was also made to the availability of the Sunshine Coast Bursary  and Loan Society to students talcing post  secondary education, who require financial help. No interest is charged on the  loan until one year after the student has  completed study. Due to the generosity of  many people there is a sum of $2,767.92  in this fund, but as the number of graduates increases, further donations are always  appreciated.  Awards made during the evening were  as  follows. -     v  STUDEl^E COUNCIL AWARDS  Scholarship���Honour Roll and Grade  11 - Cheryl Guelph', 1st star; Pomponia  Martinez, 1st star; William Passmore,  flash; Theresa Labonte, crest; Ellen Lehman, crest; Heather Harrison, crest; Lisa  Pedrini. 1st star; Pat Goodwin, honourable mention.  Honor Roll and Grade 12���Margaret  Gory, 3rd star; Cathy deKleer 3rd "star;  Eleanor Swan, 2nd star; Mary Muelen-  kamp, 2nd star; Sheahan Bennie', 3rd  star; Roland Kerbis, crest; Ciana Watson,  1st star; David Bulger, 3rd star; Ginny  Alsager, flash.'  Citizenship, Grade 12 - Eleanor Swan,  crest; Cathy deKleer, crest. Honorable  mention - Honor Roll onlv, Linda Guest  Mark English.  SCHOLARSHIPS,AND  BURSARIES.  Government of B.C. - 1st class, Sheahan Bennie, % of fees ,paid; Pam Gross.  2nd class - Eleanor Swan, \_ of fees paid*  Mark English.. ' '  Norman MacKenzie - Mark English  ($350).  Sechelt Teachers' Assn. - ($400), Sheahan Bennie, Dale Peterson, Bob Solnik  Pam Gross.  Canadian Forest Products -($250 each)  Mary Muehlenkamp7 David Bulger.  Elphinstone Co-op ($50) each - Roland  Kerbis,  Bob Solnik.  Royal Canadian Legion Gibsons Br  No. 109 ($125 each), Sheahan Bennie,  Cathy de Kleer, Leslie Crvderman, Mary  Muehlenkamp, Eleanor Swan.  Royal; Canadian Legion, Sechelt Br.  No. .140-.($250)..  Dan Scott.  .Royal Canadian Legion. Sechelt Aux.  Br. No. 140 ($150 each) - Linda Clayton,  Diane Fisher.  Inglis Memorial Scholarship ($100) -  Virginia Alsager.  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club ($200)���  Roland Kerbis.  Sechelt Motor Transport ($150) -  Cathy de Kleer. 9  . J��;V��� H!i *��� "5? e "��"b'ri-_r'1 "Scholarship  O-J00)���Wendy Gurney.  /*_J.arents' Aux' io R��be��'ts Creek School  ($50) - David Bulger.  Mt. Elphinstone Chapter, O.E.S. ($100)  ' - Leslie Cryderman.  t*.nk Gary's Auxiliary, Sechelt Branch  (.$300)���Lesley  Cryderman.  Board of Trade, Sechelt ($100) - Pam  Gross.  TROPHIES  Cloke Trophy for outstanding contribution in Music, Rolund Kerbis; Lorne Smith  , Trophy  for excellence in  Industrial Ed-  ' weatlon," Kon"Win-grElphln'storio* Trophy"-"  lop  Academic, Technical   Prog,   scholar  ,Qn��dc   12,   Margaret,,Gory;   Headlands  Trophy - Tap7.Academic student aggregate Grade l|"' peanor Swan; Dave Rees  Trophy - Tc"|7Academic student aggregate, Janice Mullen; Grade 11 (not*  awarded" this year for lack of qualifying  students, Coast News Shield, Bob-Fretter.  Prizes  French Consulate Book Prize, Sheahan Bennie; Gibsons and District Kinsmen's Club, Social Studies 11, book prize,  Eleanor Swan; Doreen Stewart medal for  best senior typist, Ciana Watson; Helen  Bezdeck pin and trophy for best research essay, Eleanor Swan.  THE GRADUATES  " Virgiria E. Alsager, Debra Ashby, Sandra L. Ajjspin, Rodger S. Barre, Sandra G.  Bennett,    Sheahan    L.    Bennie,    Robert  Blakeman,   Kenneth    Bredfeld,    Lee  R.  Brown, David C, Bulgar; Susan B. Bunyan, Ona A. Burnett, Linda J; Campbell,  Gloria R. Carey, Peter Carey, Gordon C.  Chailler,   Linda  M.   Clayton,  S.  Heather  Cobleigh,   John   W.   Crosby,.  Leslie   A.  Cryderman,   Garth   David,   Laurie   Dayi  Catherine  C. deKleer,  Mark  D.  English'  J. Michael Evans, Karen Fearnlev, Diane  L.   Fisher,   Norma' F.   Fitzsimm'ons,   A.  James Gibson, Christine Gokool, Margaret  E.  Gory,  Bonnie R.  Goulding, Darcy L.  Gregory,   Pamela   M.   Gross,   Wendy   A  Gurney, Kathy  Hall, Dennis N.  Hansen,  Sandra M.  Hemstreet,  Theresa Himmel,  William J. Hobson, Allen Hoefsloot, Shirley   E.   Hoehne,   Grant  Hubbs,   Lizabeth  Jardine, Sandra   L. Johnson,  Roland M.  Kerbis,   Martin   Kiewitz,  Thomas   Lamb,  Mary J. Lepage, Brian W. Lucus, David  N.   McDonald,   Daniel  MacKay,   Brian  MacKerizier *Elairie" MacKenzie*r"t.S_ieen  McPhedran,  Marianne Muehlenkamp,  Corinne Parker, Dale J. Peterson, Brent  Row:and,  Rosemarie N.  Schmidt, Derek  J. Setchfield,. D. Alan Simmons, Michael  G. Skellett, Winnifred Skellett, Gary R.  Sluis^_ Robert Solnik,,, .Carols A... Spencer,.  C. Lynn St. Jean, Kathy Stewart, Eleanor  A. Swan, Frederick D. Swanson, Linda  Szabo, Ernest E. Tjensvold, Frederick J.  Tucker, Deborah Verhulst, Gregory Wal-  lis, Ciana J. Watson, Daniel A. Weinhandl, Kenneth G. Wing, Mrs. E. Wolverton, W. Wayne Wright.  First fall' meeting..';��  Branch 38  i'i,III   |l   l| I  li  .   , I       ,' M, ij   l||.ll ii'.'t i  .<i...'.iii'."' iv;  Gibsons  membership exceeds 200  fl?IIERE wria a good attendance for' ih'p1 tjona will tako pl��co at the Oct, meet.  first foil1 meeting -of branch 30,'OAPO '> Ing with a'cctlon'of officers In November,  at the Iloallh Contro, Qlbnonn. Mr. Mm-,, ..���. Meeting udjquj'ncd with the Hinging of  Ljuron, in llio chair, heartily Wcomjicl .Ti1Q qwm>t Mv, Alec Uourdoh, of Wnrd-'  a 1 prcHoiit.-ineludlng now mcn".hfcrf|,-,��ndi7i:>aii,��, won'a gno^ and showed'u film'of  .viBltora.^Sac-'Qlttry.^Mi-fl.^RM^SUYe^^  2J?J?��lncod Ul? mombor?hiP }*not ^ lifter which, Mb,'Bourdon fihowed n film  200, The meeting opened with thq Unbind:, .on Britain and, Europe, Tho two fiiniH  of'O Canada1, wltlvMrn, UnlsWad at tI'd. woi^o much enjoyed -by everyone, for  piano, after which, ono mlnuttfn' fdlonco. (l|10fl0 ninhlnfi UlQ trip 1o Haw'u ln Oo���  w��i8 ohscrvpd for MivOurt qnd Mr* lio^r.toher,- i,nd- for others, a hit of nostalgia  Adomii. 9o .that Branch 30'may'lukyo'iV7',jfor Drhahii     ��� ,  record of it? Mnltora Mrn. LoulppBiu-noB Social meeting to bo hold Oct, 2nd.  has given ..>CK,t book,,. ���.,_���.,���../.',,,,  ;���and .the regular Oct. 1(1, both at 2 p.m.,  .��- It v.af. wggcfltcd. that-the .prcHldortL. ...Health liCcntro���',Glbson?._  iihI; Mr, Koith;Wright if.ho won 1(1 come.(  to a meeling ijnd'lel lhe member^ know  ' ���������':' ���''     DRIVE WITH  CONFIDENCE  a saf9 car starts with good brakoi ^  WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED B  DISC BRAKE ROTORS  - .  i    , M, ',' ,    W. '  i    i       \   ' i  i    ;. ; ,i 'Repession^lj'i, ; :t7v7i, ,>,.  The speeches, have   all been' said/  Cathy de Kleer has given the Valedictory address, and   Elphinstone's  trio, Cindy Myslieki, Ann Inglis and  Jacqueline Inglis have sung a musi-'  cal tribute, and now with diplomas  in hand, Elphinstone's 1972 graduates w,alk into tbe future, may it bo  full of the friendship and harmony ���  thoy so desire'.'  Poiyityrfenei  1K0R0LITC  iflandonviue  f^ladUcd   JLtd.  a      86 Gavlnchy St,, 985-7101   ' H  NORTH VANCOUVER S  w*mrjrmMMjrwwfMfMjrgMUfUMgMrtMwmjr&  Floatation Billets a  J.1/ru.   >��<   ffltt n f*r  how the IvIwUnih Menloi' cltl/oiu. Iiiui'hIiii.  Im  pri)|irot.i.li)|{l uin'l'' what a HingKv and  ,double unit ,\vlll <ho like,  Mrn.  Telford  ���'nu��Re��ted' Hint ' oilier, ���  oi'ganl/.atioiiH and Iho mitlinrllkt. ,bo .m��  iaoted 'lo hoo if It Ih poHHlhlo 1'or'n'nonlor'  cIllzciiH rent homo to ho erected on tho'  ,^I.cnl^sulttr"ppTthat-*'thof.(.''o^*oll^".'Jqnlpr^!Ir':,  con' bo  vlHltcd, and  nllavlnto,7.1n..Rprt,   '  ' Bomo, o^ thq loncllnofiR of thoso xyho,,now,',,  go uway to other, placon, '       ,   ,.  , ' Carpot- howling hau rau'nncd, wi)h,Mi.\  ��^V^"VJncent^hi��ch|��rfia?^Thuwdiiy��>^4i3^^  .im)).*,1L1jiUcU .CImu'cJ-JkIwU, MjsmbcwJtvlnh'Ju  Ing h> parllelpato In'jpln bovvlingimi^tUil1  Mho JJowlftdmoro Ulbuuu'n li30' p.mVTueii/1  day ii<loriiooi.H.^ .... , , ,.A.   ,4i, ,���, ���Viif* ij1!,  Mva, JLeniji Kiiwiuk Iiuh co|ih(jii(C(1 i'o  ho < teu, eonvonor for tho'buliiuco of tlio  a  Now equipment to compliment Q   our Sprylco Policy,   ,        B  TURNED  I Wfifc.**.!  ��v^*4*twM*ijwW.|fe*��^'M��^^  CONVENTIONAL DRUMS  -    rfconlr orich h��5| thut, lira demoe*  rnny,' (IcGlaloiiH nro jnado by a majority  of thu pooplo. or courno,'thut Ih noMhio, ����'.������.,    _������    r     ,     7 .. 7,rv  DuolnlOiH  are  mado -by  nMn����Jorlly  of , V���r> Monthly'rurno of a laeo ti.blc6lt>Lh  tho��o wim make''themselves heard .and    .**���� won hy Mr. Tom'Vincent,  , ,   '.    (  who vote���a vory different thlnu.,.,    , . ������ Members bwo Reminded Jhatjiomlna.^  n  n  *m.  HILLTOP MOTORS ���  '  Suiibhlno Coast Highway    '   B  886-7343 Gibson* n  '�������������� ��������� p m m o a 9rm.ita  M_w��i<m^M��iiinhii4riMw^��Alri^  There's No Job  Too Big For Us!  THE MODERN  APPROACH  TO YOUR  "HOME OR  '*   BUSINESS  ,;, \Jt Posts i Lops thon You Think  BULLDOZING -EXCAVATING ~ ROADWORK  ;  i      7        GRAVEL AND SAND  Wi'l-wm  il������WrtMrJ*WHB^*IWaM'M"*l��^^  IW*.&MMtKlWV*to*9tfr4*4^ltl*^tomttW9%ll4hl*nmX*1l  SCANDIA BLACKTOPLtd.  ��� .i i     iu i' ...  HKlflK* ^.4K #.��.  WE GO  AMYWHEmif"r  tRWtt&rnmns  988-7766  B<H��>g_H| *^*tffrV+��to~>9>��'*9**t'��9T_  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  i t . ,  ��� >. a   J ���  730 E. KEITH, NORTH VANCOUVER  FRUSTRAT  WHEN YOU GO  GROCERY SHOPPING!  '' ���', ' "7 '*.        .'"   7'"' :, ;   '  ' '  Want Soriiething Different  aB*ww>*^iw..^i*WMi>Wl*aii|' it__<wi-_��ww����f<HWitwwi**l�� -ri*a^t4m#wtMHb^m.tott��*m*4n ^ftW  Want Better Variety  Want Better Value  Want Better Guarantees  Want  personal "Attention  i    i  ~., ���-$��.����.it-.*  Shop With Os  Mi  at  0OC1S  ,11  , ' , -I  ���    I  GIBSONS  , .|..ifa��, i  i,l .����� i>. i ...Oi., ,,i ..i ���i  <wwii.av�� ���< IW''��'* 1  ���^4^&fr&4&H*>*>��t,  JtrtWHV^W��W^WiW^rW(|a>yiW^M^'fc \  ���\  \  Paqe B-4  The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, September 27, 1972  _2L  X  A  ~T  THEPEmNsyi_A^��e6 \  "7   ���  7 may _>e wrong, i/./ / ../laf. /io/ 6e so wrong as to fail io say whal 1 believe to be right."  ���   .  '. ���John Atkins  \ DOUGLAS G.  WHEELER,  Publisher.  .. juuiiia Liu -JU -_L.uiJL.li linniiii  '     iiii        ���       '   .'  "        '  ' " '       '  "  READERS' RIGHT  __*  \   "'  +  ..__... .,._______! i      in f ���'���; -i     ������ ..  zx:  .��_.,l\t J9*'  '�����   v , ;  kMMaU  Beware the Con-Artist  WE ARE reaching the time of year,  if there is a season for such things,  when con-artists are due to make their  rounds of the' commiiivity. Name of the  game \. "Sign.how���pay later" and, as  usual, many misguided individuals will  inevitably  discover    the  bargain    they  signed   lor   is   not   a  particularly  good     ihan^ interesting  deal  after all.  We bring the matter up from time  to time in order to alert the public jo  the financial hazard it faces. Another  reason we emphasize it now is that one  particular operation tends to coincide  with the worthy CNIB canvass. The Canadian National Institute of the Blind  is one of our more commendable oYgan-  izations but for some years another canvas has been known to take place simultaneously on behalf of a another  blind organization. This one, however,  sends its^takings to some remote American Slate to purchase religious tracts  in braille which are distributed to blind  people. At least, that is the sitory as we  understand it. The whole deal has an  extremely unsavoury flavor and certainly  is not one we would recommend.  it is ludicrous. Yet! gullible people continue to fall victim. There is the old  cheap insurance business whereby a giib  talker calls on businessmen and presents  a long list of local participants in the  scheme. A phone, call to some of the  names  he, .produces  would  prove  more  The CNIB is about to carry out its  "annual canvass in this area. The canvassers, as usual, are well-known and  responsible members of the community.  We would suggest that if anyone approached has any doubts as to authenticity of the canvasser, then ask for credentials.  We have mentioned only one specific  instance but there are very many more.  The old gimmick of.students selling  magazines as a means ol* working their  way through university, or competing  for  an  elaborate  award   is  so old  that  Appliances loo provide an excellent  subject I7r the iacketteis. The old sewing machine swindle is very simple. Y'cUi  sign up for the attractive demonstrator  but receive an inferior model when it  arrives some weeks later. This is a  simple operation which might well apply to any appliance.  There are many genuine travelling  salesmen who represent'-reputable companies and provide a good service to  their clientele. These people are normally well-known or are introduced by  respected citizens. They in no way fall  into the category of "con artist".  Unfortunately far too many fly-by-  nights work on the very true adage that  a sucker is born every minute. It is  equally true that for every sucker lost  there are two to take his place.  Warning the public of such frauds  is virtually a lost and futile cause for  in most cases the people who scream  loudest when taken arc the very first to  sign up again next time. The dream of  something I'or nothing will always persist. It has long been tlie cause of many  downfalls and undoubtcdlv always will.  For our part, all wc can do is offer  words of caution, hoping that at least  some people will be saved financial  losses.  Safest rule to follow is expect notli-  inc for nothing but when the carrot is  dangled���BF.WAR17  Letters lo the Editot are the opihiotis of .batters, ahd hoi necessarily those of the .times. H  ��� norh-de-pluthe tnety be used for publiixlttoh, but M origihals thtth be sighed by ihe writer.  to dn wiih so many. Some have grds^d  $100,000. I c^n think of one who may  bave. He runs a fleet of up to four boats  from a 'mother ship', hires, up to eight  men and \ works on spills for B.C. Log  Spill. There is only, room for one of  these! On the subject of money; I had -a  partner, until recently. A capable man  who could out-perform most. He has  gone back to logging. Not enough money  . in log salvage! The list of those who have  tried and failed is a long one. It will  grow. To the would-be pirates feverishly  seeking a permit, let me advise not���to���  bother. The 300 miles of coastline are not  lined with log booms. The storage areas  are riot so large. Protection ha.s been  lax in the past due 1o lack of suitable  equipment. This has been remedied.  There are easier things to steal, I'm sure. .  "In conclusion, I am amazed "to see  a reputable newspaper publish an article,  which" though trash, is an open invitation to steal logs.       v  "If the situation was as described, it  is irresponsible journalism at its worst.  If not, you find a word for it.  "Let's see now, you find ia boom, run  your boat up. on at���now if  I  can  only  find  out what  a  "pike"  is."  LS 608, BCLS 7. DICK HAMMOND  Sechelt Lanes  ���bjr Eve Moscrip  SOME leagues were off to a good start  la.st week at the Sechelt Lanes but  greater participation is always welcome;  High score went to Bruce Redman  with a nice triple of 779. He was playing lor the Ball and Chain. Other scores  include:  Mixed 10 pins: Ena Armstrong 298,  Helen Sinclair 265, Pelle Paulson 382,  Gordy  McCourt  296.  Tuesday night ladies: Sandi Cavalier  255.  Ball aind_Chain: Bruce JRedman 281,,  Gail   Redman   251,   Carl   Kohuck,   triple  663, Bruce Redman, triple 779, Gail Redman,   triple   621,   Terry   Phillips,   triple  604.  From Small Acorns!  OVER the course of time an aggressive  newspapers plays a large part in  shaping the future of the community.  An alert newsman is in a position to  contribute in a variety of ways, pointing  out shortcomings, weaknesses of elected  representatives, dictatorial attitudes in  local government, indications of corruption. He can also help in the promotion  of the many worthy projects in the area,  assist the police and launch battles for  change where needed.  Naturally, in the process of carrying  out his duties as he sees * fit,?��rt'erVi.es  arc made along the way. This, however,  applies to anyone in any walk of life.  Providing he slants his endeavours toward benefitting the community as a  whole then he is at least on the right  track.  This the Times has continued to do  and although most of its successful contributions will never be recognized,  many innovations have been brought  about as the result of its outspoken comment,  .,4,;,,,..,7iho,i,c.v-.w.(i,,s..-:-.ii|i.,.iimc when councils  sought puhlieiiiion of only that which'  portrayed them in n favourable light.  Today, even I hough n few elected representatives disapprove, a meeting is reported he it favourable or derogatory.  Wc siill have ono or two individuals wlio  when .hey are reported, There are' always those who hick llic courage lo  stand nnd be counted but today ihe  public gets the opportunity lo assess its  representatives.  I'or some years we kept up a enro-  puign socking council action to acquire-  for the village of Section "some 300 acres  of Crown'"land''.it' West Porpoise Bay,  doubt that an even worse situation  would have now existed with the Regional Board had we not continued to  draw attention to much of whal goes  on. Indeed, in this particular case, an  unsuccessful attempt was made to lake  the limes editor to court. This was at  the expense of the taxpayers'.' It did not  deter our policy of speaking out, much  to the chagrin of a couple of individuals  who consistenly create bad press relations for themselves.  We do not seek aclaim, wc simply  cli'aw"' attention to the fact that" a-progressive publication docs, despite constant criticism, provide a valuable public service. Seldom does it reap accolades.  Commendation when it does come is  always gratifying. Such recognition came  last week to Times editor Doug Wheeler,  in his last week with the paper after  eight and a half years. He was, in fact,  credited with starting the ball rolling  for the nation-wide organization "Pensioners   for   Action   Now".   ,, Ho ,was ^originally asked , just. wliat  could pensioners do lo further' their  cause for a bet lor deal. They had proved to.be wasting their time making representation to MPs and MLAs, His  reply by way of an editorial was "unite  und use your vole as a solid block",  1,..���r'['l's .wiis__j_ii_kcn   tip   shortly^ nfter-  Action Now and, under leadership of  former Vancouver Muyor.VTom Alsbury,  has become a national bwy which recently shower ils strength at the provincial polls, ll is now seeking belter  conditions at the, Inderal level I'or pensioners throughout'the country.7  "���  ���" Lcltcr   last   week   to   Mr.   Wheeler  Various aldermen look up the cudgels    from oho of the organizations prominent  hut WLTc<���invariahlv_���_.ill.scoiinigcd���liu.��nc "XF^L^vc^^ AUl^.sO. .^Mr.^ Alsbiiry,. and  wnv nnd another imil nnully guvo iip^ ^ know that  r:iccilo|i of Mayor IkiiUmg. turned lhe ,..you HUirlcd this "ihought" of fiction bolide  for  he  took  the  mailer  up  and    fore Ihey got rolling, Pietist report this  lhat valuable properly In now virtually    In .mcnllonlng any, publicity,  in the hands of the village.' '       ''Tlio Times has been one of llic  In vain,  and  for many  years, wo   lending B.C, papers to curry the good  handed.ihu school,board ovcr.lcngth,of...,Wl.rcl oi;,Pons,toncr,i,Action",,., , , .... ,, ,  vunu'i'ii meetings and undue secrecy, In  due course an enterprising Hoard took  -ihe-'niiiiter-iip'-iind'-now-cnmcra^mep't^  lugs mv opon io lho press. We do not  Sincere report  Editor,  The Times,'  Sir: I hiive been directed by the Board  of School Trustees to express their very  sincere regret over the imminent loss of  Mrs. Marcia Wheeler as the Times reporter.  Marc-ia Wheeler has faithfully attended School Board meetings and, all educational events in the area for eight years.  Her fair and unbiased reporting and her  generous coverage of school activities  have earned her the respect pf students  and administrators alike. In f-aot,- the  esteem in which Mrs. Wheeler is held  prompted the School Board's publicity  7-ommittee to have Marcia Wheeler proposed as "IMewsman of the Yeair" at tho  next B.C. School Trustees annual meeting in May, 1973, an award we feel sure  she would have captured without difficulty.  The Board of School Trustees wishes  her all the best for the future and again,  thanks for a job well done.  Board of School Trustees per  J.   S.   METZLER,  Secretary-Treasurer  Peppy players?  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I heard on the news this morning  that after the Canada-Russia hockey  game Friday the Moscow press stated  'lhat the Canadians must have used drugs  to enahle them to outplay the Russian  team during the first two periods.  Makes   one   wonder   what   gave   the  Russians   their   sudden   outburst   in   the  third   period���superb   conditioning?  Gibsons,  B.C. B.  CHIASSON  Manv errors  Editor,  The Times,  Sir: Enclosed is a copy of the letter  1 sent to the Vancouver Sun' pertaining to the .article in the Sunday Sun  Weekend Magazine of September 16th:  "As a log salvor of some eighteen  years' experience, and a holder of both  a log salvage and a B:Cr log spill permit,  1 feel qualified to correct certain errors  in your article on beachcombing in the  Weekend  Magazine.  "To   start  with,   as   it  seems  to   concern   me   personally,   there   is   the   "big  black jet  boat" capable of 50 knots and  piloted  by art ex-logger: My boat is the  only   boat   in   the   area   capable   of   50  knots (approx. Sfi mph.) and I am an ex-  logger.  However,  I  do not steal  logs. If  I  wished lo do so, I could not do it by .  the   method   claimed   To     reach   such  speeds,   a   jet   boat   must   be   light   and  shallow draft. It could not sink a boom-  stick.   The   statement  of   method   is   not  only  untrue,  but   could  not   possibly  be  true  as   it  stands.  The  sort  of  boat  required is a heavy deep boat. As for-the  rest of. the article, let's start at the- .be-,  ginning. ������  "Item-^The  pictures  are not---"of^Se-'  'chelt -"Pertirtsala.?, "but  in  the' Waters" "of.,  Port Mellon in Howe Sound, thirty miles  away. /  "Item���The logs are not going to the  receiving station. It would not take them.  Those logs must be made into regular  log booms, unless disposed of illegally  ot some sorting grounds. This is sometimes.done by salvors lacking the experience or equipment to make a boom,  "Item���Mr,  Chester  Day's  retirement  money  came  from  another source  than  log salvage, Shame , he retired, He wns,;  uii honest beuclieomlier,  "Item���There   are   no   mills     in   the  ,,.., .Sound making .private, deals, May be the.  odd one Iii the fiver."  "Item���The   curfew   applies   only   to   ecrtajn,, restricted, nr,ens. ........ ..,. ,......,���,.,.,.,. ,,.���  "Item���Here is a curious ono I Quote  This (branding) is to forestall poachers  in illegal waters who could otherwise  disclaim responsibility-by casting tholr  ��_-lpot��loosQ*-a|.rt,tho��t.approach_.of*.a����patrol*'  boat'. Unquote, It seems to have en-,  caped Mr, Keith's perception that, If you  are going lo" cast your tow loose, there  la ,.nQ. tlflngoi'. In having It unstamped I  "Item���Mr. White blames the 'pirate./  for  his  misfortune.   Ho   had   tho  same  choice as the rest of uh to obey or not  ,  obey regulations,   ������.���,,    v  "Herevs!,a poliiff; missed, It is easy  *    REGISTER NOW  7f  and UP UNTBL SEPTIMiif- 30  for a group class in learning to make  the fiaw, fantastic POLY OPTIC LAMPS  ^DclIIIs ^tudi  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9817  ^eSi-rlTCiT-M-edirTihei^^ to the  area. Dr. Brand has established an independent practice at Madeira  Park beginning September 21. 1972 and at his request the existing  Madeira Pork medical facility was turned over to him immediately.  The Sechelt Medical Clinic has therefore discontinued holding  regular office hours at-Madeira Park.    v  COMPLETE WINTERIZING  AND STORAGE FACILITIES  FOR ALL  OUTBOARD MOTORS  Shop at the nggg of the Good Guys and Save  ,   OMC DEALER  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  at the traffic light    ���    885-2812  TOOTHPICKS  IN WALL  The next time you wallpaper,/ insert  a toothpick in the holes as you remove  each picture hook from the wall, Toothpicks ���will protrude through the neW  paper,   making   hook   replacement   easy.,  RelypnUs  forExpert  Stones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  Beaity McLary LINE  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  100% Waterproof  Watches by Rolex  ALSO  ENICAI-VWATCHES  .fcr. f  . i \  I   .)  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SEGHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OffiN AREA  ^egfitratjonn^  -"^FarMore-lntomi^  a��M��aa����aawww��aiaa��waiaw<��a��a����awwa��a>wiaW^^  Sponsored by  SUNSHINE COA6T iPOWEft SCIUA0RON  '   > '   , ' '!\  Dedicated to the ^jtabllahment of a high standard of skill In tho  handling of small boats, pa\ro>\ or tall. v   '  ���' ���"' '" "     ,' ��� " "���-'   ���   ��� * ��� ��� i* -'   7    'i ~ ~      ' '       f   '  lho dollars we oarn go further and workiiardor isn'leasy. So if  . ypuiara:^ 7 ��� ���  monoy.ithlnk w&can hplp, My.s|aff,ancJ l.havoianyiimmbQr.of ,  banking servloos to offor you Inoludlng sovoraMypos-of accounts Just to holp  keep your money matters stralghlohod out,'  Whatever your banking needs whynot        "��� .-.Ctft  "'clropl'n toiQe"us'sbon_  Reifiember, we oan help make  It happen.  ��� 1  Community Corner  ^Sopt.iO-^Penclor Harbour Soconclory School Grod-  "notion. ���   '"       1    "'  Sept, '3(>���L|on!. Ladles ,Wlno and C..cer.��i>party, 8  p.m., Secholt "-cglon Hflll'      w iir ,  '   Oct', /l ~^Soc ho It" Gq rcl cri Club Medina, St, Mlldq'n  Hall,  Oct, Bn-Fllm Show on .Canada, Wolcomo Peach   Hall. ...  Keith Puffy,  serving British Columbia  .      .��(("!���]     ���  1V* w  '&G6|lblt  ' Telfiphd^Q-Baa^Q-j  ^.irWlifl.flitMl.ia^lhifrrtn.atf  ' ' ,  77i/  . i   ^  | ��� i  v  ( .< *,    I  l t . i .   | .  . ..'.'I Y  W  \  \  Halfineon Bay Happenings  \  :V  THE DEATH is announced of Harold J.  Melilees in Vancouver on September  19 at the age of 64. Mr. Merilees was a  well-known figure it\ Vancouver n\Ufiici-  pa't and political circle.^ He was head of  the Vancouver Tourist Bureau arm held  a seat in this, last Legislature. He will "  be sorely missed around Redrooffs where  he had. a summer home for many years,  for he always had a friendly word and  smile for all.  ��������-"  The cold, wet weather which has de^  scended on us so" prematurely seems to"  herald an early winter, though the dogwoods still make a brave attempt at a -  second blooming. The area seems to have  settled already into a winter-like quietness marred only by the ferry traffic  which still pours through the Redrooffs  Road and by an-, occasional blast from the  construction still proceeding on the main  highway. The Highways Department still  hopes that paving can be completed this  fall.  ROAD WORK  Probably nowhere has life been more  V ���by Mary Tinkley  disrupted by the7worksop the road than  at the Patio . Gardens which has beeii  almost cut off for many fftohths, althpugh  ,the afnbutance has always been able to  get out for emergency calls. The restau-..  rant is still open Friday, Saturday and  Sunday evenings, but access is from the  Halfmoon Bay ends only .by way of a  short stretch of the new highway. Drivers  are strongly uYged not to attempt to  travel the highway between the Patio  Gardens and Nor'west. Bay Hill even  when the construction crews are not  working. One foolhardy driver who did  attempt this . one night, found himself  completely bogged down and had to  spend the night 'in his  car.  VISITOR  Mrs. Ina Cunningham, who^ has beeh  making her home \Vith the family of her  son Boh for the past few months, is taking a trip to Ste Foy, Quebec to visit  another son, Joe Cunningham. She travelled by train and had a most enjoyable time. It seems that Bingo is now  organized for the travellers on these long  Tn  The Peninsula Times Rage B-5  Wednesday, September 27, 197\\  ��� 5_ . _-ZZ^_ ___.   cross-hpiiYitry runs. Mrs. Cunh_nghani js  enjoying a visit with\ two members' of  the family, for Joe's wife is Joan Cim-  mnghain's  sister.  \  Y\  Further movies booked by local film society  FILM SHOW  Film show scheduled at the Welcome  Beach Hall for Thursday. October 5, will  be oh Canada and wilf- include film-s on  figure skating, dancing, Vancouver Island Magistrate Roderick Haig-Brov^n as  a fisherman, and the life story of art  Eskimo boy from birth to manhood.  WORK   PARTY  ���The L.A. to the Welcome Beach Community Association will hold a work  party at -the Hall on Tuesday, October  10 at 1 p.m. This will be a "clean-up"  party and will be followed by tea and a  business' meeting for the election of  officers and the planning of the 25th  birthday party of the Welcome Beach  Community Association to be held at the  Hall  on  October   14th.  Have you planned your frincy dress  for the occasion yet? All ladies of the  Association Or those interested in the  community will be welcome to join the  work party on October  10.  FALLOWING the unusual opportunity to  spp lwo of the greatest names in  cinema history, Charlie Chaplin and  Buster Keaton, along with the supefb  --contemporary.--mime artist, Marcel -Mar-  cejfu. all on the same programme, the  famnur -John Huston production; "The  African Queen", starring Humphrey Bog^  art will be shown on Tuesday OctotfS*^  3 at 8 p.m. at the/Twilight Theatre, Gibsons. Succeeding Tuesdays will be given  over to "Henry V", (Oct. 10); "Billy  Li^r", (Ocf 17); "Wild Strawberries",  (Oct. 24) and "Orpheus" (Costeau���Oct.  31).  Subsequent bookings include "Beauty  and the. Beast" (Costeau), "Black Orpheus"; "Les Belles de Nuit" and "Last  Year in Marienbad". The Orson Welles  production of Kafka's "The "Trial" was  not available, but it is hoped that it can  be hooked some time in the New Year.  With bookings confirmed for films  from the United States, Great Britain;  Sweden, France and Portugal, the international flavour of these festival films is  already established. With additional films  ffom  most   of  these countries   and   enquiries underway -about films from Ger-7  many,   the  USSR,  Spain*ahd  Japan, 'it.  ia hoped ^urthet to expand the scope/.f.  this   one  performance  international  fes- ^  tival of filf-is;    7 -      N~    " ���  x  SUNSHINE COAST  LIONS LADIES  PARTY  SECHELT LEGION HALL  Sa  turdety, Sept. 30  8:00 p.m.   ...  DOOR "PRIZES  Music by  'HELEN SINCLAIR-   ,  $3 per person  "���"%��  \  \  gr  .'  1^  \  \  SUMMER'S OVER  FALL IS HERE;  FILL YOUR FRIlZER  WITH  BEEF, PORK, .  CHICKEN AND DEER ...  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Store ��� 883-2253  ''���Fine Meats for Fihe People"  ________  ��� Put your message into more  than 2,500 homes (10,000)  readers in these economical  spots.  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LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7375  Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick  Phone for free*, estimate  FUEL (continued)  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to pay  For free e-.��-rtate^Cair581-6136 collect  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS   ACTON ELECTRIC LTD,  I - Industrial and Marli  ectrlc Heat -' Line Wor  Phone 886-7244  MOVING and STORAGE  ^������a.aa��^���������������������.a���M���_-__-_-.�����..i ill a. i M     in    ���     ��� lai ������^��� im  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  -Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  dandda'is No; 1  Movers  Phone 886-2664, RR 1, Gibsons. B.C.*  NURS.EJj.V7    MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trew - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine 'Coasf tiwyf^P-C $86-2684  RETAIL  (cont.)  - VI._.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  ��� Electric Heat -' Line Work      7  %  CONTROLLED BUSTING  ALL WORK INSURED  7 FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour- 883-2403  **-TED'S��BLASTING��  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Paiomcnts - Drive-W��>y��''"��' Soptlci'TahM  Stumpi ;,Dltch Line*  Call Ft. r A Froo Estimate Any Tlmo    ���   ,  TUD DONLEY Pondor Harbour 083-2734     | 7  I  ��� �����������������urn iwmmi ������������������aa.ii I        a��� * ���   WATER SURYlY SERVICE  hMt**M*>^       For*ExDcrt'''*"PlPS|t'in9 *^**M*'B,��a,,^*'',i"'",*|e'  V  '    "  FREE "ESTIMATES" ;;  Phono $85-2304 L. C, Emerson  If No Answer Lopvo Mossaflo qt       886-935*6  v  ���  ���  R,R, 1, Soiholt> P.C.  BUILDERS         -.,..:.- ^..  -J-.. ��� ��������� '    '���-���-���.���--"-���-1���*���a���_^_______.___���____M  CONTRACTORS  A SIMPKINS,  Bricklayer   , now, bacK, In .Sechelt area.....  Located qcross from Selma Park Store,  Phono 885-2688  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill/ Cemcrvr-GraYcl, Drain Rock, etc,  Pox 09, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  ;��� _t L -. ,'           ���,. .,���_ COAST- DRYWALL~T~...r --.-L.-  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estlmato  Phono 886-7643  D7W. LAMONT  ELECTRICAITCONTRACTOR ~  ,R.R/.No.i._l^ Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  ���"   '���i ...���"���. ...I  Residential - Comniercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  :    Gov't. Certified Electricians  Phone, Day or Eye. 885-2062  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential and Commbrclal. Maintenance and  peslgn, 24 Hour Answorlno Service,  ,   FREE ESTIMATES     ���  Pob Lambert       886-7605 Ed Pollmky  Wyngaert Read-SMiuhliie Coasr Highway .  Bo* B60 7 Gibsons   "PendorHarbour"  wmm&mmwmm<iwii*m  CONCREtE FORM RENTALS  FOR* AtCTYPES OF BASPMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  .^^CemplctojMtcuctleai*  miJiWa^WB^a^mfi^  .FISHER.FORM,RENTAI.Sf��u  8Q6-9951  >��� l..nm.i,��l��in.i..i.iiii a >> ill mil).a i ��' '   TRICON DEYE^PMENTS UTD  cuiTOM :i_j0thk <^A�� MdMll  Hlflh iupllty 1. i, Rsrt��ohoW�� Prlc*��  Bwya pflckoflapftd erpct;lt yoM��oif#w fl��t  ���������"���'���' m |��roti��iw*w Mp.7- ���"���:" \   e"Mw^f\|ir pt|%*P (|P% �� | m M ST^ W^��^^"f*^L^T*���?V im^^r^^mw^mv^m  DOUBLE R TRUCKING   .  Sand���"Gravel ancj Fill      Llobt.Clcar.lnfln.a^dAqqiqtlpg.^.  Phono 886-7109 after 5 p.m. .  "i'k H swaHson Ctd.  READY'MI^ CONT*>FTE  .OItchlno.��.EKcavatJora��m_ijMWMWWM.  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  88S-9666, Box 172, Secholt, B.C.  \     7    -PHOHIJBS^flO   <  ^'& CONTRACTING  '   ����� CloarlPO ���' Excavatlorw��Rood building  r " ijj .f(|l ��� Rood n-���'   **- "U~A D"  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OR ALL TYPES'",""'"'"'"  Residential - JnclM-itrlal '-"Cbmjiriiorclal  All work out> rontefed ��Free ostlmotes  Joe McCenh, Don 157, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9913   ���      ii...i ���-������';;���;   ^r���jiM^'MoKENZIE ���~"  ELECTRICAU CONTRACTOR,  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Impairs       .  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sec hell, B.C.  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Storo  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Aflen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  ...ili4i .! ii ,:  HEATING & SHEET METAL  anni�����������^���f miii   _._aia-��       hi ��� i    ni��i. ������������- i�� ��n i�� ���'.��������� ���imaM������  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothlnfl Down ���10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS., .,,, ��� , , ri ,���,,v,,,-,,���,.  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  wr6uot  "^-and'misceiilaneousornamental"' *  iron work  Phono 886-7029 . 886-7056 - 006-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  ������"-aaa��a����M��.i.aa-a����a-��___a���,  Janitor service   i       ,ii    i"    i . .  * Welcome ito The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning-Floor Waxing ���'  1   Sproy'Buffing-WindowCleaning  . RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Qlbsonl, B.C.  .'     '���'������'!       ��� ��i��T�� I'li'.aili.Mi.Mi .������        fin  ii'm-aain-     ���i.w.n  I   i>i.i..i  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  JSpeciaJiVlnai In;  Paper Hanolno, Interior & Exterior docoratlno,  ��� Maintenance, Floor inirallaiion,  Window Cleaning,  PHONK 805-9719 AFT*R"4 KM  .     ���.    Box 642 - Sa-chwlt, B.C,...4..  MACHINE SHOP  .���   hill's Machine shop,  &,marine service ltd.  Machine,Shop a-, Arc and Acty Welding  Steri fabricating *r> Marina Way��       , ,  ^iitomptlve and Mar)n�� Renolra  Stana^ar^ Marino Station  Phvno B86-7721       H... ii6-H956, 804-9326  a��MMpn_Maa-M��M��aMiaaiia>Mi^M��^M^  MARINE SERVICES  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-22*18  PAINTING & DECORATIMG  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING AND HEATING'  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes-All Work Guaranteed  ,       COASTLINE SEfcVICfeS  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gipiona  Plumbing - Plpeflttlng - SteamfIttlnfl  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  f" ' ' ���"���      laaaiMlii^  ii     ii.ni_-. ��� naiiaiii I      ��a.  am.       "   I  W  Repairs >i Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  Govt, Certified Plumber,"���   24 Hour Service  *      Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 r��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ���> 086*9533  Everything for the Dp-lt-Yourselfor  Contract & Renovations  PREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 086.7685  ,7   ���    Ray Coitos 806-9533 - 886-7B72 22"2"'  ���" '"    '��� ��� ' ������">���������' ���'���-' .i.i..-i.i..��r .��� - n  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING    ,  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK   ,���������....,��������� .:Gov't,'-,Certlfled-Pli)imber-��...��>��� -���  Phone 883-2720  Bok 63' .Madeira Park, B.C.  mm��mm��vmdiimm ���-���-A-^i���--^����������-a  mmmfmmmmmmmmmtm'  RENTALS  Gradlnft * Fl|l * Rood Gravel - Cru*h��d Rock,  *tmm0*dmm&��m**miwmmwt*w0m  <���,��.i^.��,L....I4��i_...i,..-IN...-.i..��..-|,  ,,'   Contracting and Engineering   .  Residential - Cbmmorclal Wiring  Phono 886-7816  -tut imiiT i-17rn __rr~ i r~i 7 iTnrr77a^_^T7T7TS  *-*"'';:"-*'A, C. Rentals  ���  ' Tools and Equipment  Sunshine Coajjt Hlphwoy and  Francis Portlnsula Road  Madeira Park  *^^rt'-^n+>^>*l*tl.��*l  Phono 883-2585  ��rr.  -FUEL-  __OHi��KM(*i<r��ita���� KuMiMaK*.*'!*  E  RNIE WIDMAN  i, for oil your  530 PRODUCTS  Your Chrysler DcQl6r,for Sales and Sorvlco  . 7,,.,,.,, 7 REPAlR':SriOP,77777,; ���   .  Parking and Moordjja Available  N TILLICUM BAY MARINA  -CallnlinTnvoTyn^^  ,   "RENf It AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Pavl�� Pay  "Wo Rent or Soil Almost Everything"  Typowrltora - Lighting Plants - Televisional  Roto Tillers a.'Cement Mixers��Uawn Rakes  ��� M-schanlc'd Tools    >���  PHONE e85-?B48h��� 24 'HOUR SERVICE  "AFTERHODRS-885i213l"  M Hm99V9^t4H.VM>l4. llIWWW*-.  i*flr*i��a#����B^awM-B*vwKis*^-j*��<[�� J  IMPERIAL ESSO dEALER  Phono U63-2663  Modolro pattftj Ba<J.  ��awUw����  "f  K-  -Jim andlrlrMlllpr*  ' I^AST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  885-2100  CUYtON WADING * MARIN*  Marine Ways to 42''  7 bottom, Repairs  803-2535  0W 7 * Gaitldh Bay, B.C  RETAIL STORES  <2 * 5 HARt>WAR��  THE T00GERY  Ladies' ana'dhiiciren's Wear  Open six days a Vr-eek  Phorit 885^2063  Cowrie Street. Sechelt  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -7 Plumbing   -  Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AMP FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  RQOFING AND FLC^NG NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makas  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS   -.     CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . .. Large & Small  885-9832 Sechp"V  SURVEYORS   '"'""" ROY'.��'WAGlNA>-R>r'   B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Ba>  r ���_,,'���.���,:,������ .Sechelt/, BiC, ;^:^ ^-^  to&SS&w ZEnith* 6430" '"  (1 '    la��a���a������  nw   m     '            I  :-TIRES-;- ������-, -^-y--,- -'-- ���--���������- -- - - ���  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coatt Hiflhway  Box"\3, Gibibw,P.C,-Phori�� 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Prondu Available  Monday to Saturday 6:30 a.m, to 5:30 p,m.  Friday evening by appointment on|y. ,���,.,    i  mmKmmmwmw^mmmm^mmmmmimmmmmmmmmTfm9mmmtmimimmm,     \ ,  TOWING  y-yyy ;,Scc��^s:^*'Logs    ��� ( ;   y\t    ,.  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALYAGE   ,  LTD*  Hoavy Equipment Movlmi * Lofl Towlnt  \, HIGGS  Phono 885.9425  TREE TOPPIMG  .HIIMJiiiiiihiihiuwhii. . i.i uu -,.,..[)  in     . I '.    I      ,b . 'I       >t*mmm���  SUNSHINE TREE SERYICES LTD.  1       Fully Insured  PAfJGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING     .  Greater Vancouver      Sochelt Pcnlniuta  ,291,0750 j    005-9711   T.V. and RADIO  i.i             I..      i i     i  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  ',',*. SERYICE LTD.  ADMIRAL. ~   ELECTROHOME,  and   ZENITH    DEALERS  Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson  .��.lnJrheOTHeart^Of���-Downtbwn��.SechQlt���-_,l^  $ox 799; Sechelt      ,    ' ������ 885^9816   CLOSEDk)N MONDAYS ' - .. ��� ,_.  -  w<^mmim!m$m��fmi*ii  ���ftmeiAmm  UPHOHStEHY  ~*. ��lWi i -i I -.-ii11   m i-inmi   i.i.'i.it.'.-.  nt  HOME FURNISHINGS  PHoiifl 8B5-W13  nt, _ ���    ii'.    .\.i.9 ii-ii.iiiiiW^nin,,.  ^fHM){^tWW��^^  Your puslnt^ Card  <>7   In this,space yylll, l,,L .,'.  r����ch poorly -10,000 |>e6plW  '-..,.mjw* co$t- ���^���Hlflh wmti fh>.  BLAIRCUStOM-UPHOLSTERY-  ' AND DRAPERIES  Rfeiphaltttfrintf - K��*tyllna * Cotapitt* Dranrry  StrvJca h 5dmple�� ���hovm in ch* hom#  Phono 886-20^50  l .iiiii>iiii i I      a  "''YOUfc'.^b' IN'THIS DIRECTORY  a>pm  ,..,.    ��~  7  l ,  .  ^  ��ne*i��#iMfet4!>*feue��<f.ii  i��Htyj^HBl'*����*WMi����*aMa!ikNtHaWt^^ \  \  Cancer factsy  EXTENT ��� Q.L_the  dancer_pToblem is suggested  by the fact that  it occurs nc^  only   in\ pectple   and   mammals   but - ...  x birds,   fish, lobsters,   beetles,   ants,   bees  and  plants.  The speed and complexi%\ of events  inside a single living"(fell, where, a million or tWo chemical units can be assembled within seconds, are staggering,  even  to  scientifically-trained  minds.  Comparatively little is - known, about  events in mammalian cellsV despite considerable progress in recent years. One  key step was taken in 1953 when Crick  and Watson determined the structure of  DN a���the nucleic kcid coiled inside  every living cell and carrying the Qode  of heredity���which . perputs it to reproduce itself and make an identical cell  in its own image.  The DNA contains the -genes which  are responsible for whether the individual has blue eyes or long legs, a capacity to compose music or become a murderer. _ V        ,  They probably also determine whether  one can live to be 60 or 90, and they  may decide whether one dies of a heart  .attack or  of  cancer.  A  Rage B-6  The Peninsula Tifoes   Wednesday; September, 27, 1972  WASH AND WEAR  *. '������  l/Uia Cie  \  earante  YOUR  CHOICE  $10  (as is)  OPEN MONDAYS  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2339  ALL AIRLINE RESERVATIONS: AIR CANADA, CPA, UNITED, PWA,  WESTERN, jAlJ BOAC, QUANTAS, etc.  Your Local  Travel Agent at 885-2339  I  Three per cent of all mail sent out  by the average Canadian household consists   of   parcels.  "Keep it coming  ence Joe of Sechelt who won the big  food hamper donated by Ron Johnstone and Louis Vignal of Sechelt  Red & White Store, to Sechelt and  Smart Move  chuckles Mr. Clar- District Retarded Children's Association raffle. To plug his brand name,  Mr. Vignal threw in a generous package of coffee.  Sechelt News Notes  Mystery I  Mystery prize winner in the Sechelt    President Mr. Albert Lynn preserit-  ������>__  niolnnt Rp.nr..pH (".hildrpn'-s As-  and District Retarded Children's As  sociation raffle, Miss Cathy Berry is  'delighted with the trayK made and  donated by Pender Harbour" Secondary   School   students.   Association  ed the prizes last Saturday. Winner  of the lovely hooked wool rug, made  by a Sunshine School, student, was  Mrs. Sophie Brackett.  v.v  SO shivered,..  i'  Hospital Volunteers meet,  cooled Bf power failure!  'ALL  tho volunteers  who  work   in' St.;���-* will be1 the1 annual one'which'Will be held  Mary's Hospital wore culled to a meet-    in   January,   1973,  inn which wuh held in St. Hilda's Church '  Hull, Sochelt,, Friday September 22nd,  ������_ A .gratifying ^turnout. ���of J)6   lartlos  shivered In tho hall Whilo the 3.C, Hydro  worked   quickly . to   i'ohIw    tho   power  which wuh oul. off duo to Homethlng or  other,     '  ;    Volunteer  director   Mrn,   Peggy   Connor chaired the mooting with MIhh CIu-Ih  Ward acting uh macro. _uy in the ubHonca  pf, tho asfflHlaiU Volunteer director Mrs.  ���  Faye  LowIh,  Mrn, Connor (.poke on  tho ok.unclad  euro  progrum*l'o��v.4hort|)UHt*i'ow.��month8,��  particularly'lho involvement of Hlio jun'��"'  ior, voluntqoi't.,,There wore,14,Junior vol-,  unicorn who worked a total of'305J'hours.   Tlio glrlH unjoyed working, In  the hop-   p'lta'l, oApodlally'   In  tho extended' icnro  Unit, thu patlentH and ��'...'' worp ociually  uh happy to hayci Ihom thoro.    '"Rx()lumgiV"or*' ldi'iuT .rom i..uml>...'8  who work onop or Iwloo a wook on thu  <?jK.'��J'dQft UliHWOl'OCl  NiiHfio now nion.lK.H.. wlton^THigoT*I"o  Htai't an voluntooi'H, A rogular ovpnh)H  of blngol't. doHll'.od for patient pai'tlulpa-  tlon,, A Hojutlon ���wuh .found .for.prl/.oi.,  ��� ..Chutrmun olMho.sU'lHhop^MrH,,Made-  lino Cli'otte. pxplalnod tho dutloti ol' gll't  nhop voluntooi'H. QuotUlonn and anHworii  woro dlHouHHod, Speaking for Iho hulr-  droHHlhg'volunlooi'H wuh Mv., Murlol Kg.  "KlnH'"chnIrm��nV '* ""'      ""   Mvh, l.omtSwan, liv charge ol' hahy  pholoH, wiHhod to roiiiliul tho I.,.I1oh making lho niuiulH. with tlio gift, nhop wugon  lp lnfoi'|ii tho niuthor.. of Ihlii noi'vlco,  ,,7'7 JVl ��,ti7 T^iiiii l.in\v o 1 nut', \v J Hi>iu U*^ I porn  ready to  preparo  tlui, Uhrui'yn 1-tmkH an  iiouu.aiuilio hatiHoiuow||i)i'o���.to koop llunn.,.  Ponder Hurl.our monition, anlual to ho  -���..iluHovua���-QL^��LI't��Hhop tfutlufLjar ll-cu  ' lhonthH  Novomhor  through    to  ond  of  March, Ah tho wouthor dotorlutoi. It  in  03-ect.rlli.Rly hard for tho-long trip down  from Pondor Harbour und nom��_ of ilumo  ladUm uro from I-gmonl. making a round  ,1lrlp*T0T'"Tnorc-1hnn"ft0-Tnl lenry.h.c'v~.'.ey -  .<lo..wllllugly,.-.Tholiu��Jay._,waj.,iUli!d_.,wljlh  , tfocli'ill. momborn who will oarry on culling It 'TondoiV Day" until April.   Tho power ouino on In- tlmo to boll  tho  kottlo for tea  bul out. In  llmo  to  inako    tho  prom Inert   ���ooffco,   Mon.l|r.ni  .kc-UKliI,   Iholr   own ,lunch,. Mm, .Mulllu  ..pn.l.U looked after,! l|>o loll'making.   '  . ,,  A KiUlHl'ylnu worl-Mlu.p much luicom-  pllnhed, Woxl imco.lunJ.or Ihu'volunlouri.  WrM.o.lnMw^wwnMnnMlH����ft^"#nH^W4  WEDDING   shower   was   held   at   the  Hans Himmel home in West Sechelt  for Miss Gloria Carey whose marriage to  Mr. Tom Blain of Gibsons took place  Sept. 16th at Gibsons United Church.  Hostesses for the evening were Miss  Karen Fearnley and Miss Teresa Himmel.  Guests from Gibsons were: Miss Esther Carey, Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Doreen  Gregory, Misses Darcy Gregory and  Vicky Gregory, Donna Solnik, Diana  Watson,  Mrs.  Allanson,  Mrs.  Henderson.  Those attending from Sechelt: Miss  Margaret Billingsley, Miss Diana McCourt, Miss Vicky Fearnley, Mrs. Shirley.  Fearnley,  Mrs.  Himmel. ~  The bride-to-be received many beauti-  JuL.gifts. and was. wished., much happiness,  in her marriage.  NEW HOME  Mr. and Mrs. Art and Mary Redman  after many years, of living at West Sechelt have moved to their new home in  Sechelt on Ocean Avenue and Hackett  St. Giving them a chance to get settled  in the new abode. Mary's sister Priscilla  and her husband Cee Wolfe-Jones, here  on a visit from Tulare California, are.  staying at the Blue Sky Motel at Davis  Bay, and will be here for three weeks.  IN   BRIEF  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Evans of Porpoise Bay enjoyed a visit from their son  Evan Evans and his wife Rose who arrived via Prince George, from Brandori  Manitoba, where they left the children  going  to  school.  II is back to work for Mr. John  Lewis and wife faye, physiotherapist a],  St. Mary'- Hospital. Spent a week at Ca'^v  nim Lake but had to return as they both  caught a bug, the kind that makes you  feel rather ill. When they more or le..s  recovered the Lewis drove up to Alta  Lake for a weak week's holiday. Unfortunately the weather wasn't exactly  conducive to lying around in the sun ,  but they enjoyed the relaxation from  work.  Recently, Mrs. Margaret Slater of  ... Davis .Bay,; had.,��?, ,her.���,gue?l, for, a fe,w,  duys, Mrs. Lois Stannard a former Sechelt kindergarten teacher.. Mrs. Stannard  will'be visiting, in "Vancouver for; a1 month  before returning to Winnipeg.  A real fun night is in store Sept,  30th, a Saturday-night outing, put on by  the Secholt ladies Lions, Wine and cheeso  ���by Peggy Connor  party at the Sechelt Legion Hall starting  at 80 p.m. Here is a chance to sample  wines and cheeses relax and listen to  the music of Mrs. Helen Sinclair on the  piano.  Mrs. Charlotte Raines of Roberts  Creek is hale and hearty! A rumour,  seemed to be on the rounds that she  was sick and in hospital.. Many friends  sent cards and flowers only to find she  was home and very well. Gratifying . to  know  people care.  LEAVING  It has been a privilege and a pleasure  to work with Doug and Marcia Wheeler.  I have enjoyed writing Sechelt News  Notes because of their help and encouragement, knowing if there are inaccuracies" iri "my writing the editor will  corrett them. There were a few times  realizing I had made a glaring error I  phoned hpping to catch it before press  time, only to discover Doug had caught  and corrected it.  Marcia and her camera and information, . Doug with his controversial editorials, their help to people and knowledge of pertinent affairst in the communities of this area will be sadly missed. Good luck in the success you will  make wherever you  are. ''  Doug you have never cut items out  of my column, don't start now with this  last one.  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I "    "  ',*(' ��*i|<">11 i*i'.i* i* ,*! /��� f .'  ., ��,��(  r,'i  ,',,,, .1',"''   "," *l''��i'i��il>.i',i','_'��! ,��?���,? i> ^ ��"ia,'i,<'4f,-{|i,('(-i',i,,,M ��..)).!..., ,'.7,��h��>,i���' ' w,, i  i    |      ' i |    i l*    '   I'' ��'   ii   'Hi f\',i i'i.1.   .i I ii ! ,  wt*m*m*imm&i��m*t.  I       <  ,,,     v.  ',     I      A    .    i'i'   I   .      .��    '     *ll   'I  I.    I(,l|l,l  Stommmtmttm.  .sf, I ,(  i\>..t \  7 \  \  V  \  Wednesday,  September 27,  1972  The Peninsula Times  x  Page\6-7   _-_.i. __.        |   f  -zs:  <P _7^ yr _��e��  X  V   ~  V  "V  *A  s   \ \  >o V   *  '*>  '**>  #  -i ��--��� 1-"  # ^aJw tf/a.  -,H,,r(.vS..lt.,,.^J.^.  To keep up with your community   activities,   read  I     ' ........ y      ,.    ,'',:.:. '. .' :  ���.#"  The  Times.   And  for   shopping,   you'll   save   Steps  and time if you look through The Times advertisements first before you start running around  after the best bargains! 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Jj|wi��a<H!Ji#i _-*in����^%^i!^#f#al^M����'/��!^^  4      ,4  ^iiww����rt��_��'i8*ist ��� ?tlii^f��irMf*te��&>.. i  <   '     .  ���  ' ' V   " "7  f-tsWXil&'t#fcty'rM(&iHifsW&^  ���, '    i  l>     f"  JW,  "   '   J.     "  \    ���  .l,i,p ., .#.ii11  1    ���       I  *_"'-fk   <&7  ��� , tu'    'kt   '  VQ_  :��.,.'%.y,j.yo.  ,.(.      ,,, ��� nn  Ii   .  W��!ffll*|^_^;tl*l^^ ��ap  aVCV*     '    _fJ_JV <__^ __P  L9^^mm^02'^l_t^'v^Mi4_.__^mmmm0VV  ,.   ,   !  I      '   II  I     a '  i\f 4    !  T  .���wwm^fip^b*,^  in  H-�� p��l����W1*HPH*(*��W!  KWW^twWWJVWI^  ���\- \  __,,  was  same   offence.     . x  ,   Ed   Rfeid   was* fined   $10   for   fishing  inside a  closed area.  Around The Harbour   '  ���by Diana Bomford���phone 883-2440  V     \ '���,'"> .  MR.   AND \ MRS.     Rodney .  Course   of     suspended until he lakes the junior hunt-  Francis Peninsula received congratula-     ingNcourse.  tions and best wishes from.England and^       Lednard   Iverson   was-fined-$100   tor-  all   across   Canada   on   the   occasion   of -A carrying   loaded   firearms   in   a   vehicle.  their  golden  weddingy anniversary,  Sep- /_   juvenjle   was   fined   $25   for   the  tember 12. Two special cards of congratu-       v  lations  received  were   from  the   Pender  Harbour Hospital Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital of which Mrs. Course is a member  and  from  the senior  citizens.  Mr.   and   Mrs.'  Course   were   married  in. St, Martins in the Fields in Toronto,.  September  12,  1922.  Mr.  Course ^worked  for the'Hydro in Toronto until 1929 when  tl_ey   moved   to   Vancouver   where   Mr.  Course worked with B.C. Telephone for  twenty years. On his retirement in 1956,  they moved to Pender Harbour.  To celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, a tea was held in St. Helen's  church hall, West Point Grey, where the  couple  met with many old  friends.  The  Courses   attended   this     church   for   25  years. A two-layered wedding cake was  made for the  occasion.  Mrs.  Course received  an  orchid corsage.  Highlights of the  tea  were two  solos  "I'll   Walk   Beside v You"   and   "Whither  Thou   Goest"   sung   by   Mary   Eckersley,  accompanied  by  her mother Mrs.  Christine. Allen,  a  friend  of Mrs.  Course for  forty  years.  Also a   tape recording  with  greetings   from   cousins   in   England  was  brought to the tea by a friend who had  just  returned  from  there.  Attending a family dinner celebration  in   the  Hotel  Devonshire   on   September  12 were two of Mr. Course's sisters Mrs.  W. Wildman of Streetsville, Ontario and  Mrs. E. Johnson of Orillia, Ontario; Mr.  and Mrs. Course's two sons, William and  Kenneth,  Kenneth's  wife Josephine  and  four grandchildren, Linda, Gail, Julia and  Diane.  Mr.   G.   Watt   of  Orillia,  Ontario  who worked with Mr. Course from  1922  to    1929   in   Toronto   also   attended   the  dinner.   Mrs.   Course   received   a   corsage  of rosebuds at the dinner.  DOCTOR ARRIVES  Dr. Malcolm Brand began his practice at the.Pender Harbour medical clinic  Tuesday, September 19. Dr. Brand is presently continuing with the previous clinic-  hours until he can close up his practice  in Vancouver, after which time he will  be here permanently.  COURT  NEWS  In court last week Glen Harris appeared and was charged with carrying  loaded firearms in a vehicle. He was  fined  $25   and   had   his  hunting   licence  SEINER   ABLAZE  Rebecca Lor, a big drum seiner, about  53 feet, caught fire off Middlepoint  Wednesday, September 20. The rough  seas caused difficulties in fighting the  yfire. A line was tied to the boat and  it was towed to Buccaneer Bay. The  vessel was almost a total loss. No injuries we,re. sustained. Cause of the fire  is unknown. .  STORM   DAMAGE  Fork lightening in a storm Monc.ay  aitbrnopn September 18 did considerable  damage to the McCann residence near  Middlepoint. The fuse box was blown  out, the bathroom window was broken  and the toilet shifted so that the base  cracked, a screen door against the house  outside was completely destroyed and.'a  small hole blown in the side of the  house. On the veranda all metal objects  were crumpled and all glass was shattered. A tree above the house was,struck,  the top knocked off and the tree was  split right to the bottom as the lightening  coiled around it. Mrs. McCann was at  home alone during the harrowing experience, but received no. injuries. She  was in the living room waiting for her  family to return home by bus.  Red Robinson, across- the road from  the McCanris also reports substantial  damage was done to his place. The  window beside his front door .was broken, all the "light bylbs in the house exploded and the sockets were burned out,  wires were burn e'd out to the highway, and the hydro transformer in front  ticket buys you a souvenir stein and one  was   hurt.  OKTOBERFEST  Remember the Oktoberfesl this Friday September 29, 8 p.m. at the Madeira Park community hall sponsored by  the lender Harbour Lions Club. Tickets  are $4 per person and must be purchased in advance, either from Harbour  Supplies, Garden Bay Hotel or a Lion  member. Live music and a costume prize  will add interest to the evening. The  boat raffle draw will be made. Your  tic^t .buys youa souvenir stein and one  free fill up.  '     ���   7 '        . y ���       \  Corporate welfare n  scored \by Olaussen  "THE FEDERAL election campaign is  gradually taking shape," Harry Olaus-  sen, federal New Democratic Party candidate for Coast-Chilcotin, said ii. a talk  to"the Malaspina NDP Club.  "All indications point to the impact  that federal New Democratic Party leader David Lewis has made with his exposure of "corporate welfare bums" that  cut deeply into corporate arteries," Olaus-  sen said, "The reaction has been immediate. There-has been no denial of the fact  that corporations are taking advantage  of government handouts in the form of  grants and other incentives to the tune  of hundreds of millions of dollars a year."  Olaussen added,. No matter what excuses the government may give for its  generous handouts to industry,. tV_e fact  remains that this government is more  concerned with corporate welfare rather  than with the welfare of old-age pensioners whose $_5.88 increase in their  pension, is nothing but a pitiful gesture  on  the  part of  the government."  "A party, whose campaign expenses,  are largely financed by m^jor corporations, will obviously favour such corporations when it comes to generous handouts," Olaussen said. "There is no reason  to believe that the Conservatives will  provide a viable alternative as far as  taxes and corporate handouts are concerned. Which leaves Canada's third  major party, the New Democratic Party,  as the only viable alternative to fight dn  behalf of those who need help and on  behalf of wage and salary workers of  Canada who deserve a break."  Turning to British Columbia, Olaussen felt that the people in this province  have arrived at a critical period in their  history. "Tired, old ideas have crumbled  when challenged by the vigour of the  New Demopratic Party," he said. "The  same "holds true on the federal scene,  where we find another election campaign in progress and another round of  questions being asked by young and old  alike."  In conclusion, federal NDP candidate  Olaussen said. "People are beginning to  ask, to probe and to p_an___er.  lot at stake regarding tWWlwg _/-"T!5��*friis  country and people are getting more and  more concerned. For some, the future  may seem bright and prosperous.. For  others, the future will merely be a reflection of the past with its share of unemployment, high cost of living and an unfair tax system."  Pojge B-8 The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, September 27, 1972  b.  1972 Qraduation...  \  Record i\umber of Grade  ... *     _. \  m  WfflLE the strains of "Land of Hope  and Glory" brought the large audience  to its feet, sixty-four members of Elphinstone's largest graduating class of eighty,  took part in the graduation ceremony  held  on  Saturday  in   the  school's  audi  torium.  V  Looking very lovely in their formal  gowns', the girls followed Principal Don  Montgomery, and behind them looking  unusually well-groomedi. game__the young  men, walking with measured pace down  the blue ribbon of carpet, to ascend the  blue and' white decorated stairs &nd take  their places on *the decorated stage.  Dignitaries gathered to wish them  well, included Father Fitzgerald of the  Sechelt Student Residence who gave the  invocation; Alderman Charles Mandelkau,  representing the Village of Gibsons;  Mayor Ben Lang of Sechelt; Chairman  of the Regional Board, Harry Almond  and School Board Chairman Mrs, Anges  Labonte.  Rev. Jim Williamson gave the address  in the darkened auditorium but the  speaker system maintained its record of  poor achievement and most of the  speeches were lost to the audience.  GREETINGS  Mrs. J-abonte said she believes that  education should -be everyone's . concern,  and it was gratifying' to see so many  friends and relatives attend the ceremony. She expressed the hope that the  school had been able, to provide the basic  skills so" necessary for the students to  achieve  their goals in  the  future.  Commenting on the theme of the  graduation, "Friendship and Harmony",  Alderman Mandelkau said there would  bo less conflict in the world if people  practiced   this.  Mayor Lang recommended that grad-  1 in world affairs  t-.ise of humour. """  Mr. Almond also advised involvement especially in local government because, "this is where it happens, don't  say, it is not for me, because it is and  you have a right to take part and make  changes",  he  said.  Mr.   Montgomery   in   commenting   on  the lengthy programme  ahead, said this  is due to the'generosity of the community  in  making financial awards  to  the  stuJ'  dents.  ADDRESS     y. X-  Also elaborating on the graduation  theme, Rev. Williamson said there is  much boredom in the world today because of the I���Its relationship which  should be changed to the I���Thou relationship-. Friendship is missing in the  world, :church, community, business and  possibly school. People are " becoming  numbers rather than names, and being  treated more as objects and things. "We  are, afraid to be ourselves; afraid to be  human and afraid to be unique". He advised establishing ties with other people  so that they become special. Many people feel it is important to their own  thing, only if it doesn't concern others.  "Whatever you do affects others and  no-one is an Island unto himself".  Rev. Williamson advised graduates to  start with themselves and take time to  get to know one-another. Love is a gift,  and friendship is the comfort of feeling  safe with  a person, he said.  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  for Insurance of all kinds _  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  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