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 CijJaONflEAL'iH MICROFILM &��  204 West 6th Ave. *'SW/  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  V5Y   IK8  .Com p.  2nd Ooss Mali  .  Registration No. 1142  Serying the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon^Boy, Secret, Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bgy, Irvine's Landing, Earl  Roberts Creek,  Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  -   Vol. 11, No  Onion .tfijg&w   Lobe'  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Wednesday, October 2,1974 "  Sechelt facility .  I^ECHELT-Jim Tyner, long-time director, of,  Sunshine Coast Regional District board  representating Area A, Pender .Harbour,  tendered his resignation on doctor's orders.  7 Tyner suffered a heart attack last summer and hasn't attended a board committee  or general meeting since. Tyner's  resignation is effective immediately.  To be sworn in will be Don Penson,  Tyner's alternate delegate. Penson will fill  out the remainder of Tyner's term which will  be December 1975. Penson was instructed to  disclose his holdings under the Public Officials Disclosures Act.  Penson will appoint his-own alternate  director. ,  Director Rita Relf of Area B. Halfmoon  Bay,' reported that her alternate director,  6.T. London, resigned because he refused to  disclose, his assets and liabilities under the  Public Officials Disclosure Act.  , ' Chairman Frank West requested Relf to  designate another alternate.  ��  JW^�� v��Wo<ttfc'%ft# al��iAA,,l^  %fet%'^t&-*&&*X, ,*��M^XA,<&!*.^&M5  THAT' A $4,000 cheque that Ray'Stock-  well, right, and Lew Baldwin, left, are  handing Sechelt Major Harold Nelson.  For Hackett Park ...  The money represents a portion of the  Sunshine Coast lions Club project for  Hackett Park improvements. Stockwell  is president of the club and Baldwin is  treasurer. '    ^  SECHELT���An active service club can be a  distinct asset to a community and the Sunshine Coast Lions Club proved their worth  ,-oh'ce- again"Tast * week-with* a '$4;000~ con*-  tribution to Sechelt's Hackett Park.  The donation represented most of tlie  club's financial commitment to upgrading  tennis courts, adventure playground and  jogging facilities at the village's Hacket  Park.  The club last year pledged $5,000 in funds  and $5,000 in labor to upgrade the part. The  village matched the club's $5,000 with an  equal grant and the provincial government  'Start work soon'.'. .  came through with an additional grant ofa  $5,000,  Club members last spring, through work  "Tp^rties,andspecial'projecl3,T)Utln>iAoreThaii"  $5,000 in labor and with their contribution of  $4,000 have just $1,000 left of their pledge.  The club raised its funds through bingo  games, turkey- cards, the beer garden at  Sechelt Timber Days and through other  projects.  Club members are continuing to raise  funds through bingo and now have undertaken sales of Lucky Leo lottery tickets.  Gibsons and Pender Harbour Lions clubs are  also selling the tickets.  .J,K  ' i^Jtyv *�����  evi to wmi  iiiisMne Coast  Resources minister Norman Levi will be  in Sechelt Oct. 24, John Lewis, transportation  committee chairman of the Sunshine Coast x  Human Resources Society, told The Times.  Lewis reported that Levi's office indicated in a letter that funding in terms of  community grants have been completed for  the fiscal year. The letter requested that the  committee submit a specific budget proposal  for mini-bus by Dec. 1.  Don Lockstead, MLA, contacted Lewis by  > letter and advised that further correspondence  with Levi had been  undertaken.  Lockstead said that he had sent his personal  recommendations, to the minister and he  (Lockstead) promises continued support.  .Later,   Lockstead  advised  Lewis   by  - telephone about Levi's pending visit and that  .h^'Vquld, attempt to arrange-a meeting  7 between.the transportation committee and  it Levi at that Hmel,  AJ\JN��.U.rKU&S>LiUY . . .  ... appointed  Sunshine Coast Regional District board of  directors and Sechelt Indian band want  priority given to the upper route from  Wilson Creek to Sechelt.'  That is the summary of a meeting held  with the district's highway committee,  representatives of the highways department,  and Indian band council. The committee  report was ratified at the board's general  meeting Sept. 26.  Frank West, director for Area E and  chairman of the regional board, urged that  the upper route bo built before the middle  road In that area and he mentioned that a  middle route highway.was not politically  acceptable to residents of Davis Bay.  Aid. Norm Watson of Secholt stressed that  particular attention should bo paid to Stan  James' Seaside , Village subdivision to  prevent blockage of the right of wny.  Highways representative S. Reynolds  said that this is a village matter and that the  department of highways could only offer  advice.  ��� ��� i  Chief Henry Paull, representing the Indian council said that the band definitely  wanted the upper route first.  N. Hester of the highways department  reported that surveying was proceeding on  the Gibsons bypass and that this route would  soon bo in the hands of the contractors.  Regional district planner Adrian Stott  mentioned the need to survey as much of tlie  upper route as possible to protect it from  cncroachm*cnt, Hester replied that this  couldn't bo dono unless tlie regional district  requested lt as there Is a shortage of survey  crew. ���  West, supported by .local representatives,  said Uiat a physical start on upper route  construction wns needed as soon as possible.  ireaswer  SECHELT- Anne G. Pressley has been  appointed acting secretary-treasurer of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District.  She replaces Eric Willmott, acting  secretary-treasurer for the past year who  resigned.  Mrs. Pressley was appointed assistant  secretary-treasurer June 1,  Prior to her appointment hero she spent  GIBSONS���In a presentation of Gibsons'  School board Thursday night, Gordon Dixon,  .president of the Sunshine Coast Recreation  Association, invited trustees to consider use  of the new ice arena for schooL children.  Dixon said he had received enthusiastic  response from principals and teachers of the  elementary and secondary school for a  Friday school program at the arena. The  normal $40 per hour rental fee for the  building would be open to negotiation for the  board, he added.  Facilities will include two rinks, the  recreation president informed the board, and  the smaller one would accommodate 40  students for instructional purposes.  The  Gambier shooting ...  larger sheet of ice will hold 600 to 800 people  for public skating and an undetermined  number for classes.  Both permanent employees at the arena  hold first aid tickets so could administer to  injuries, Dixon offered.  ' Trustee Pat Murphy said a program  would entail busing, coordination of activities between schools and a great deal of  planning. He suggested the board consider  all aspects of the proposal before making a  decision.  Chairman Agnes Labonte agreed with  Murphy and told Dixon thet board would need  time to think the matter over thoroughly and  ' would contact him later.  ��� GIBSONS-A "coqling-off" period before  a gun is purchased was the recommendation  of an inquest jury probing a double murder,  suicide.  . The death of children and suicide by their  father was the subject of the inquest Wednesday.  Police said they were called to the site of  Douglas Bay on Gambier Island, Aug. 27  where a, summer camp staff member had  discovered the gun-shot riddled bodies of  David Yates, 37, Vancouver, and his sons  Richard, 7, and Michael, 5.       v  Two hours of testimony from RCMP officers and family of the deceased established  that Yates had been suffering from  depression and anxiety and had consulted a  psychologist the Thursday preceding the  tragedy. Monday morning he bought a .444  Magnum Marlin rifle and in the afternoon  picked up his sons at the Vancouver home of  his ex-wife.  Yates'apparently hired a boat at Hor-"  In-service day  seshoe Bay the same afternoon and ferried  i his sons to the island. There the man shot the  boys and turned his newly purchased rifle on  himself.   ���  Before the jury retired to consider their  verdict as to why, when, where and by what  means the tradgedy occurred, Coroner John  Harvey requested they "consider a serious  recommendation regarding the purchase  and use of guns."  After a half hour of deliberation the jurors  decided Yates' "deep Mental depression"  caused the incident and suggested "stricter  control over the sale of fire arms." They  recommended that guns not be made a-  vailable to the buyer until 72 hours after a  purchase. The foreman said the wait could  serve as a coolingH)ff period which might  help to avoid similar occurences.  Harvey said the recommendation would  be forwarded to the attorney-general's office  in'Victoria for'recdrd."'' 7 7 ' -" 7. ��� , "  A public meeting with Premier David  Barrett will be held Thursday, Oct. 10' at  Gibsons Legion Hall at 8 p.m.    .  .   Barrett will make his initial visit to the  Sunshine Coast since becoming premier.  The premier will arrive at Langdale at 2  p.m. and will go to Gibsons where he will stop  briefly at the NDP office and bookstore.  At 3 p.m. he is scheduled to meet with  Sunshine Coast Regional Board directors and  councils at the regional district office in  Sechelt. Froih 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Premier  Barrett will meet with Sechelt band council.  There will then be a private dinner and  the public meeting will start at 8 p_m,  GIBSONS-Thursday night, School District  46 board members agreed to a Gibsons  Elementary school request to conduct an in-  service day Oct. 7 at the school.  In his letter to the board, principal Dave  Rempel said the teachers planned to devote  the morning to discussion of "the nature,  scope arid function of staff commUtees," and  in the afternoon discuss discipline In the  school.  District Supt. Roland Hanna objected to  the proposed subject of the morning session  on the grounds that the tbpic of staff committee was not related to classroom work.  Trustee Pat Murphy agreed with Hanna  and added that staff committee are the  business of the Sechelt Teachers Association  and should not be discussed at an in-service  day. ' ,���  Clarification from Rempel was requested  , from trustee Celia Fisher who suggested that  ���tee pan* A-7  asanas =B  WELL IT appears that the annual  loi/.��_�������� ���.uh ��,��� MM.'.Uu.nii,.�� ������,���vnD*���t,a migration of aldermen to the fun and follies  2&^.^��&SHS^2S!ffl!S-   of die Union of B.C. convention took Its toll  of Mntsqul, tho last four as deputy treasurer,  Her previous experience has been in accounting functions.  Mrs. Pressley has a junior certificate of  municipal administration nnd is a certified  accountant undergraduate.  7 YMlnwtt, replaced Charles Gooding as  secretary-treasurer lost fall. Gooding subsequently became a director for Area C,  Selma Pnrk-Dnvls Bay-Wilson Crock.  *��a,.JiP_a��WJi*!llJjri*S,  Mystery of hctmes . .  A great deal of nostalgia was created  when Tho Times ran a picture Jnat week of  Basil Bowyer^mijUi and a lifebelt from tho  Glacier Queen and Lady Cynthia,  Smljth found tlio lifebelt along Uio bench  nnd Tho Tlmoa Invited renders to send In  their comments about tho vessels, As expected, Union Steamship buffs, know all  about }My Cynthia, a long-time caller on Uio  constjiind her slater ship. Lady Cecilia, But,  not too'innriy ^"erp' fi ii nil) inr~\vl tl i'll io'0 lncicr""  Queen. Some knew her, however, nnd Uio  fact that sho wna the former Coquitlam II, a  converted corvette, nnd later, when Alaska  Cruise Lines bought her renamed her Glacier  Quccnr"" "'""* """ -...--,,.^���  Gerald A Rushton, long-time Union  employee, told Tho Times that Glacier Queen  wns on the northern run from 1940 to 19.")H,  But nobody, know much about what happened to tho Glacier Qticon, One who did was  Gordon Knowles who sold Uint Chuck West of  Alaska Crulae Lines,who was having  crowing problems, loft the ship' nt Lynn  Tormlnnls In North Vancouver nnd she Is  sitting there now.  Nobody wns able to explain how tho  lifebelt had both names on It.  However, Helen Dawe, Sechelt's  historian, has como up with, the following  brief history of the I^idy Cynthia and I July  Cecilia, ���.w____���.^,��___.m_: ..,.���.,.���.���,..���,  By HELEN DAWS  Whon Basil Bowyor-Smljth of Granthams  landing found on tho bench a lifebelt Imprinted with tho names of two vessels, I^ndy  >;���(^tWff'Hnd���OIadcr'Qtleen;tW"'st^^,cdln������thfl,"'  minds of mony Sunshine Const residents  memories of the old Union Steamship Co.  Ltd.  IAdy Cynthia nerved under the Union flng  from 1923 to 1057, Sho was built In 1919 ns Uio  British minesweeper Bnrnstnple, nnd rebuilt  la ScoUand for service as a passenger  steamer on the B.C. const. It was found  necessary to ndd sponsons to Uio hull to  provldo stability for Uio additional accommodation above docks. These sponsons ���  (popularly known as blisters) enslly Identified tho Cynthia nnd her��� sister,excursion  ship Lndy Cecelia, both of which frequently  brought staff picnic parties' from Woodwards, Hudson,. JJay, nnd other largo Vnn-^  couvcr employers to the Union "company's  holiday resorts at Selma Park and Sechelt,  On occasions when these ships double-  headed and worked in conjunction wlUi tho  I July Alexandra thoy were capnblo of  trnasportlng several thousand people In ono  day.  Lndy CynUila collided wlUi the Cowichan  off Roberts Crock during n heavy fog on Dec,  27 or Mi, 1925. Tho Cowichan sank In 11  minutes, but there wns no loss of life,  ������ pBaJO A-7  locally.    .''  At last count nearly every alderman (at  taxpayers expense) from both Gibsons and  Sechelt attended the confab, this year held In  the fun city of Vernon,  Even Sechelt village clerk Neil  Sutherland, who has tendered his resignation  from Uio position, attended the convention,  It's curious why so many aldorjnen attend  Uio convention because each municipality,  has only ono vote,  ,���. ^- H'^crediit*"Si^liiiio"Coast Rcglorinl *'  District sent only ono delegate, Chairman  Frank West. If moro than ono alderman  wishes to attend ho should be prepared to pay  his own way,  ' MANY NEWSPAPERS In Uio province  hnvo published tlio papers filed under tho  Public Officials Disclosures Act, Tho Times  won't, If anyone is Uiat curious about them  they can wander down to either municipal  offices, school bonrd offlco or roglonril  district offlco nnd ask to seo tho papers,  They aren't Uiat Interesting, anyway,  HOW DO YOU say municipal? Somo soy  It mun-lsfl-lpnl and others sny lt munl-slp-nl,  ;^��<?^^*cUonflrlc5,_ppcciCy th��9__lnttci;_  ^roriunclatlon, This column haaTall tlio really  Interesting news.  NEWSPAPER TELEVISION critics  sometimes mako amusing rending.  For InntnnicoT "Hal CrMlhcr,' Biiffnlo  Evening News: "Ono actor on Chopper One  plays It with Jaw clenched so tight yon think  someone's putting out n cigarette In his  navel."  Bob MacKenzie, Onklnnd Tribune,  "Television Is educational, How else would  you find out that Ann Blythe rnakes sure her  children grow UP 'strongly and healthy  feeding them lots of Twinkles and Ho-Hos?"  Dan Lewis; Bergen (N.J.) Record:  "Flrebouso .,. can best be described as  Adani-12 In heat,"  And staying with journalism, check these  headlines gleaned from various newspapers:  'Suicide more common Uinn thought'.,. 'Six  , sentenced to life in Clarksvillo'... 'Nixon to  stand Pat on Watergate Tapes! ,,, 'Linden  woman, hided by fund drive, dies' ,..  'Hollander appointed to goo.so committee'  'Teachers' head goes off to jail'  they must make proper signals and they  ;shouldn't ride at night without proper  lighting. '  Parents should tell their children becauso  the problem Is becoming worse.  , I AM now starting my third year as editor  of Tlio Times,, Thero have been somo  significant changes in Uio community in Uio  past two years and .soon we'll have to record  tliem in a progress edition,  AND FINALLY: Did you know Uiat the  world record for eating bannnns ls held by  *vGlas��oy��Js"rioii61p"in'k  BOMs pounds In JO mlnutos, ,  TO ALL Uioso persons who picketed  jnpancspPrlmo Minister:Tnnnka protesting  whaling should bo more concerned with our  own Wliolnn problem,  A NlilW Uientro group Is being formed In  Sechelt orea, Ronnie Dunn, choreographer of  tho highly acclaimed roaring '207. dance  team last spring, Is calling Interested persons together. Anyone Interested In drama,  music and general theatre, happenings  should nttend a meeting Monday, Oct. 7 at\0 ���  p.m. In Selma Park Hall. Call 805-7010 foV  moro Info.   ,H()WJtEIM()TE,wcnrefromj)t  Times received a press release from tho   '  department of public works, Ottawa, saying  that work will start .soon on the Gibsons  government wharf, '  Thnt's flood news but tho Item Is that the  department"snldi^'Gibsonai fsWtbo west  const 50 miles north of North Vancouver,"  BICYCLE RIDING youngstorH should  remember that thoy nro subject to Uio same  rules of the road as auto drivers are, That Is,  they must rldo on the right hand of the road,  ,<aaaaaaaaia. .iaa��iiai,iiiiiaMaia,iiiii>aaiiii)ii��liaaaaaiaaaaaaiiia  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  October Jt to Octojbor 8  at Point Atkinaon  -��� Not to b�� m*A for navlaatton ���  2  0042     3.9     S       0232  2.3  W.  0710    12.0     5a.     0940  13.0,  1252     6.0              02B2  0.9  0635    12.9               0755  12,6  3  0117      3.2     6       0312  AtA  Th.  0750    13.0     Su.     1030  12.9  0132     7.5              0347  9.5  p  0700    12.9              0035  12.2  4  0152     2,7     7       0402  2.2  Fr.  0840    13.0     M.      1140  12.0  ������.���.,...  0212      8.2 "7 ��� 0452'"  9.8  0730    12.0              0925  11.7  A      0        0457      2,5  *  JLp  Tu.     1255    12.9 , .g  lw  J\               0622      9.6     J  1030    11.2     r  MERCURY OUTBOARD  *c_k=  SALCS ft SERVICE  yupn��i����j>  MERCURYLAND     !  5ECMEUT 085-9626  1aaii<aiiMiiaiaiiiMiiliMaiiiaaiiiaaaiiiiaaaiiaiaiaa>ai)a>,iiiiiM^ Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  .' L.  nm iiiui'niMiiiJi ���mmim1 iMurmiiw���  Wednesday, October 2,1974  The Peninsulars^  Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian of  every  other  right  that 'free- men  prize."  ��� Winston Churchill  moment, it comes to mind that the regional basic good intentions of benevolent drivers  district is responsible for building, permits and hitchhikers who must, or.prefer to hit-  ahd approval of subdivisions. I'm quite.^ure-  chhike, are intimated as breaking the law. I  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all  not necessarily those of ��� The Times. -A  originals must be signed by the' writer.  "Prepare a press release so that the -  people will know about the business we  are conducting."  That was the recent directive given  by the board' of directors to the administrative staff of the Sunshine Coast  Regional-District.    "  The directors, feeling that the public  is unaware of business conducted,  directed the staff to prepare regularly  scheduled press releases because they  apparently, feel the press���who have  been charged by their readers���ergo the  public���to report all the news of council  and board meetings, are not doing so.  And reporters make strong efforts to  report the news objectively���that is,  fairly and impartially. Competent  reporters do that when they are allowed into meetings. However, only one  regional board meeting a month is open,  to the press (and to the public) and then,  of course, there is no restriction on  reporting. Directors and staff members  -are most cooperative.  But, there are several committee  meetings each month and the press and  public (note the synbnimity of the two  words) are not allowed tos attend for a  variety of reasons including:  "It's,the only time directors (or  trustees or aldermen) can let their hair  down and talk about other people!"  Oh, really? Are boards or councils  then just gossip societies or are they  constituted to conduct the people's  business?^  Another reason commonly given:  "You wouldn't understand."  Don't underestimate the public.  "You wouldn't be interested."  LetvUS be the judges of that.  "We're dealing with public funds."  And who should know more about the  expenditures  of  public  funds?   The  public, of course.  In fact the only time public meetings  should be closed to the .press and public  are when real estate dealings are being  discussed and public ^knowledge-would:  give unfair advantage to the other party  or when there are staff disciplinary  problems.  So, the board members who instructed staffers to prepare press  releases' to tell the people only the  results of a meeting, not what went on in  that meeting, or it's implications,, are  therefore misleading the public.  If news releales are prepared they  will be given to both news media serving  this community. Newspapers, as the  free enterprise system encourages, are  competitive, and if both publish identical press releases, where is the  competition?  The board was asked to consider a  A Complete Stock of  GRUMBACHER  ART SUPPLIES  A 'Must' for all Artists,  Professional qnd  Beginners alike  In the y/est y  And all the Rest.  ��^-Xt��^i  column by the planner outlining activities and proposals in this depart:  ment. This is a long way from news  releases. *  _ Why do elected officials assume that,  staff members can prepare impartial,  objective press releases? They can't  and they won't because their jobs  depend on showing council action in a  favorable light.  Objectivity takes a disinterested and  well-trained- person. A biased- staff  member will sift the news but a journalist will report the news.  The Vancouver Sun's Allan  Fotheringham recently said the Nixon  business came about because: "The  Americans are honest. They conduct  their business in public. These Canadian  politicians (he was referring to the  western premiers) are not honest. They  are hyprocrites. They are sanctimonious as to their high ethical conduct, but.they are devious as to the  method of conducting their business."  This is not to suggest that local  council and board members are devious  .  or hyprocritical arid if they conduct the  public's business in an open manner  there can be no question.  The tree removal bylaw is a case in  point. Thejdea was impregnated and  gestated in the privacy of a womb-like  committee. The result was a premature  birth���one that startled, loggers and  developers. The bylaw had two readings  and received, so much feedback-  through newspaper exposure���that it  required amendments before it can be  passed into law.  , If the regional board had its way, the  fathering committee of the whole would  have recommended approval and it  would have been rubber stamped at an  open general meeting (without  discussion); given, its required  . readings, sent to Victoria and passed  into law.       - .,-;--.  ...' The staff would hav<ewiritten a birth  announcement in  form  of  a  press  release and the bylaw would have ���  passed into maturity.  Except that The Times questioned its  legitimacy.  We are not saying such a bylaw is not  necessary. It certainly is, but it must be  a workable one and a proper one.  Councils, boards  meeting times  BOARDS and municipal councils  hold public meetings at the following  times and places.  ��� Gibsons village councihmunicipal  hall, 2nd and 4th tuefsdays, 7 p.m.  ��� Sechelt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Lower floor,  Gibsons municipal hall).  ��� Sechelt village council; municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  ��� Sunshine, Coast Regional board:  Sechelt, last Thursday of each month,  7:30 p.m.  Members of the public may attend  any of these meetings but generally  must obtain prior permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  The Peninsula7^w_v  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  onB,C.'sSuiis|iliwConst   7 '"';"  7 '    by   ' ������������''.,        ,'  Sechelt limes Ltd,  7   Uox310.|Scclielt,B.C. 7  Miotic 885-.323I,  Subscription Rates: (Infldywioc)  , '  Local, .$7 per year. Reyond 35 miles, $8  i    USA, $10. Overseas $11,  Servinf} tho arm from I'ortMellon toERtnoht* .  \HomSoundtoJervisInlet]  ��M>navinn*Mwvvvw'in��>vvvvMinn<w>wnfwi��wnfVMV��VMMviaa.1 .  New metal chimneys  considered hazardous  Editor, The Times;,  Sir ��� You favor another permit.  requirement namely a permit to-cut your J  own trees.   7 , . ,     ���,-,���' '-  People from the city are anxious to save ,;f  their trees, which is understandable con- i  sidering their lifestyle there. I built seyeral :  houses at Secret Cove for my brother from .'  the city and had to let trees come up through ^  the sundeck, through a piece of eave, lean '<  oyer a house even though these particular "_  firs were ridden with white rot. " %   -    ,   -  Imagine what it is going to be like when ���  we have some impractical ass telling us what  trees not to cut if he knows nothing about the  peculiarities of shall we say the root mass of ���.  a hemlock tree. /        '   '  I enclose a copy of a letter about inspections in the budding trade, if you care to  let your readers know what goes on behind <  the scenes in that field of endeavour.  A.R. Simpkins  P.O. Box 517  Sechelt. ���  A fireplace by  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD  BOX 868, SECHELT  '   ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmm  88WJC92      88IW158  Dear Fred: I have before me your Notice,of  Work not in accordance with regional district  bylaws. s   - ___  'Smoke chambers not parged'. You will  find that the side of each smoke chamber  adjoining the woodwork (house side) is  thoroughly parged.  'Can see daylight through some brickwork'. This has occurred on the outside only  because we were instructed to cut the mortar  off, since the chimney is going to be stuccoed.  'Firebrick not in fire clay'. In commercial  chimneys with firebrick linings the bricks  are laid by first dipping them into a soup of  fireclay and water. This is not practical  material for ordinary fireplaces. I have been  making my firebrick mortar with asbestos  shorts for many years. Quadra Stone, Ea  Farge Cement and.Ocean Cement all sell  asbestos shorts in 100 lb. bags to their  bricklayers. Fireclay will fuse into firebrick  material under intense heat but in an  average fireplace there is not enough heat  generated to do this job. I suggest that you  change your bylaws to include asbestos.  Fireclay and asbestos are both hydrated  silicates.-'  'Corbels supported by pieces of tin not  acceptable'. Old Mr. Vaglio of the E. Vaglio  Fireplaces Ltd. on Hastings St. taught me  this method in 1933.1 have used it ever since  with their Vaguo units they supply, to this  day, creased sheet metal strips to use as  supports for corbels. After all; the bricks will  support themselves once the mprter;b^.(setj#^7)}  Would you prefer th8at*T^bulV^ii^''a/|v'/'.  wooden form inside the chimney to support- ��� /  the corbel until the mortar sets? I  If you do consider altering your bylaws  would yoU also please give some thought to  these metal chimneys which are getting so  common hereabouts. In a house in a sub- '  division at Davis Bay, please notice the <   ���  furnace chimney which is below roof level ,  and the flashing is already rusty. If the '���  flashing is that bad what can we depend on  as to the condition of the important metal , .' ,  which is hidden inside? What would happen if  this house were switched to some other fuel? *  How many years will it take to burn the  house down? And these metal fireplaces .  which are installed with zero clearance, flat  on the floor, smack up against the wooden  wall: please consider them. Over the years j  people kick their logs, break the backs, fir  bark burns through metal. How many years '      '  will it be before one of these contraptions  burns a house down? And you have given it  your blessing 1  Yours truly,  ,    Alex Simpkins t  i  Blood donor clinic  1 i  Editor, Tho Times:  Sir ���On behalf of all thoso associated  with the Red Cross blood donor clinic held in '  Sechelt on Sept. 231 wish to thank you for tho  excellent support you gave us In this very '  worthwhile project.  Despite opposition from the Russian-  Canadian hockey game, I am happy to tell  you that wo had a fair turn but. 7 'i:  Again many thanks,      Mrs. M, Raines  Blood Donor Clinic Co-Ordinator. I, ,'���;���'  Young teachers are good  but lack class experience yn,*,.  Editor, The, Times: 7 i    7       7  Sir ��� I would like to express some of tlio  feelings and opinions which hnvo' been  generated by the recent publication of  criticism regarding tlie skills of now  tcachcrB, It is, of course, true that teachers  with a minimum of experience will not have  the "classroom. management" skills of  veteran teachers. However, two or throe ���  points must bo recognised,  Successful group management nnd  discipline skills can only bo learned through ���  prnctlco. Training lasUtutlons provide the  psychological background upon which tlio  teacher must build hls-hcr own skills over tlio  first fow years of teaching, Tlio school boards  ���.���r��coHnlKO^thOp.JmportancQ.��of7oxporloncQ^.r~...  through tho "Increment system" of salary  Increases In tho first eight to ten years of a  teaching career.  Recognizing Uio Importance of experience, most teacher, training institutions  provide lengthy prnctlco teaching programs  ���well supervised by training authorities, Moro  practlco teaching would bo desirable, but Is  difficult for student > teachers who receive  Httlo or no remuneration for their work,  Finally, nnd most Importantly, wo must  recognize that beginning teachers have n  number of advantages which make up for 1  their lack of experience. One need only meet  some of the new teachers in our area and talk  with their students to realize that what may  be lacking, in "management skills" is well  compensated by a fresh attitude and a more  p up-to-date knowledges of modern develop-  ,ments   in   educational   techniques   and  '{resources.,   .       '       7 , "777  \ If, as suggested, some new teachers are  .experiencing feelings of insecurity. I feel this'  is not a recent development, but one of which  all teachers have felt and have only overcome by teaching experience. We can assist  new teachers by^ encouragement and  . suggestion, but certainly not by public  'criticism.,  Wm. B. Forst  vice president  Sechelt Teachers'Association  Reader feels tree bylaw ,  dictatorial, totalitarian  Editor's note: The following letter was addressed to the board of directors of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District by R.M.  Janis, R.R. 1, Sechelt. A copy of the letter  was furnished by the author to The Times for  publication.  Dear board members: /-  I want you to take this letter as a most  definite NO to your proposed Bylaw 91. In  fact, I must ask myself, "Is this really true?  Can rational,' sane, apparently responsible  mature adults really conjur up a totalitarian  act such as Bylaw 91? (Tree-Removal  bylaw).        ,  I have heard from one board member that  this bylaw is not really what it means, but  was composed in order to protect the individual members from being sued by  property owners whose land has been  damaged due to land slippage resulting from  tree removal. An apt. similie would be the  actions of the chickens when ithe hawk flies  overhead. They en masse run in every  direction heedless of the chicken house and  the minute amount of common sense  required to perceive same., I do not trust a  person who says one thing but means  another, and I feel the same way with this  bylaw. -  In fact, it is to the point of being dictatorial and a gross infringement of one's,  personal rights. As representative of us, the  local taxpayers, I suggest that some deep  and rational thought be given to reconstruction of. the intent before further action is  taken on its enactment! Just thinking for a.  proper legal clause could be added to the  building permits to protect board members  from lawsuit. At the same time, subdivides  , could be controlled in subdivision of potentially dangerous slippage areas.  This-brings to mind a proposed firearms  . bylaw which suddenly arose in July of 1973.  Once again, a great deal of thought went into_  this "creation". If it were not for some  prompt action on the part of those  knowledgeable in this matter this ridiculous  contrivance would have been enacted. This is  once again an exact duplicate in portent. I  wonder, if the same "brain1 child" is once  again the creator. The tune, is once more the  same. ,        ,   ,  Further to this, just recently much of our  land was classified as "farm land" by the  regional district upon directive from the  provincial government. Now, you're  proposing to legislate against utilization of  these lands for its.intended use. If this  , doesn't border on being ridiculous... ,  In closing, you as board,members are  elected to represent the people and when you  begin to lose sight of this fact and. even  though your personal rights may be '  threatened, you must either continue to  work for the taxpayers and their wishes or  else step down. The choice is a simple one.  R.M. Janis  1   R.R.1, Sechelt  Hitchhiker protests -  Times editorial  Editor, The Times:  Sir ���I find your editorial headline,  "Hitchhiking is illegal" (The Times, Sept.  25) somewhat misleading! Yes, it is illegal to  hitchhike when standing on a roadway. What  ybu fail to mention is that it is not enforced if  a hitchhiker is standing off the roadway  where an automobile can pull off the roadway onto a shoulder.  I personally don't drive so I am a regular  hitchhiker and I feel the editorial is going to  ��� sway people into seeing me as a lawbreaker'  . rather than someone going to work or going'  to get my groceries. The bus service on the  coast is traditionally poor. The buses are  glamorous and so are the fares. From  Langdale to where I live, which is about 11  miles, it costs an absurd 75 cents.  . Also the skimpy bus schedule does not fit.  my work hours." If proper bus service and  reasonable fares were available you would  see me riding them. /  You keep publicizing the ubiquitous sex  offenders, yet I have not heard you report  any incident on the Sunshine Coast. People  will become paranoid over a problem which  has not arrived, creating suspicions will  create the problem.  I don't wish drivers to think of me as a sex  , offender. You want to make this community  a  safer  place  to  live  (I  haven't felt  threatened) but unfortunately it is being  done through fear rather than trust. The  have inquired of the police about this law and  it is not "clearly" Ulegel to hitchhike.  '   Keith Wallace,  ,    -       ���    R.R.2,Gibsons.-  Student finds thumbing  a ride is necessary  Editor/The Times f "  , Sir ��� I read the article in your last issue  (Sept. 25) about hitchhiking being illegal and  that the police are really going to crack down  on it. 7  I agree that it is a dangerous practice,  however, at certain times it is a must for  some people. I'm on the morning shift at  school but due to unfortunate circumstances,  my classes don't end until 2 o'clock at which  time the buses are all gone. Since I don't  have a car and taxis are much too expensive  to take regularly, I have to depend on hitchhiking to get home unless I can find a  friend who happens to be going in the same  direction at the same time.  It's too far to walk since I live about eight  miles from the school so what am I supposed  to do? In,the city there's always a bus you  can catch, but here we don't have any  facilities of that sort.  Why can't one of the buses make one or  two extra trips per. day between Gibsons and  Sechelt? This would help many-other people  as'well who won't go out unless they lave a  dependable means of transportation while  they should or would like to but can't because  of our defective transportation set up here.  Why can't somebody do something about  these problems if they don't want us to hitchhike? We're being pushed into a corner  because there is no other way out so why  don't the police give us an alternative instead  of prosecuting us for something half of us  don't really want to do anyway. I'm sure the  people of this community would appreciate it  very much if some other means' of transportation could be installed.  AnnaWeyburg  R.R.2, Gibsons  More Readers' Right  Page A-6  &mmmumtmm/tmittummm&  Use them  advertising  low-cost  15,000  /���if.  M'-'  y  for steady,  to talk to  people!  Classified AdBriefs reach more  than 3,900 homes every week.  THE TIMES  Maybe you arc one of the people who  really believe that some advertisers  deliberately set out to drive you stark  raving bonkers. Maybe you've oven  heard that some advertisers operate on the  )iow to talk to those people. If his message    Advertising is, after all, only a means for  seems completely ridiculous to you, it  could be because you are riot one of the  people he is hoping will buy his product  'or service,  principle that irritating advertising works' That's not always the case, of course,  just as effectively as good, interesting, imag- On the other hand, you may sec just as  illative advertising, many advertisements you think are  Well, it isn't'so. Every advertising     < perfectly dclightful-but they may not  message is designed tor certain reasons.' make you m the Iciist interested in  Perhaps it is to' make a lot of people '..,. ��� buying what they arc selling,  aware of one specific point. Or to, make a Advertisers never intentionally set out  select few appreciate several important  facts, The advertiser knows to jkImuHc  wants to talk and, presumably, he knows  77  to annoy, And even the advertising you  liatc most is almost certain to lie'quite acceptable to :i lot of other people, >  Still, is there something you can do  about advertising you really can't stand?  Certainly, Rut wlwt you do depends  on why you don't like it,  If it's just that you personally dislike the  person or persons involved, you might  just as well ignore it. ' f  If you think the advertising is in bad  taste or isau insult to your Intelligence,',  ...write and tell .thc.adycrriscr. so, He cares.....  If you really think someone is getting  away with false, or misleading advertising,  write to us. We aire,  lint if you don't like a company's  adveitisitf^ by ir,  there's still one very effective way to deal  with it; just don't: buy the product, When'  sales go down, advertising is one of the  first things a company looks at as a possible  reason. ' ' ���  a company to tell you about a product  or service they want you to buy,  Advertising: It lets you make a choice.  This advertisement is one ofa series     ><������'  created by volunteer advertising agencies for  the Canadian Advertising Advisory Hoard,  CAAB, representing advertisers, agencies and  ��,.., ..media, serves.tsthe^AU?i^clus!ti_y���]|n>K.y/>t:h--J   government and the consumer puhlic.  ADVEKTISINGi  IT LETS YOU MAKE A  CHOICE.  a v.  \mam   Wednesday, October 2,1974    The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  y  y  i,   > \  IA03C  MUSHROOM  IMPORTS    LTD  TAPE b  ******* M  STEREO  7A.J  rci nrri  ,u.  W  ! 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Tho sensitive AM and FM tuners  will pick up an amazing amount ot stations  ,,.,.,���:,. .,,.^^^^^ "n(l  RcRiilarly    tono controls, battery or AC operated, and  $119 00      ^fivch bos the AC adaptor btilU-in!'  $ILEPpI!CE^7��'  OO  "aa^J./  :. y-,-;^.;^f7.t7.v  L ^p^;i?7i5i7v��fe!5v^:  Up,-;,  Features  Include  n   Tape  Selector   Switch���Iof ^mnximum response of high, ���  ,   performance low noise tapo, and internaily  illuminated expanded scale VU Meters for  precise sotting of recording and playback.  jlcgiiinrly $309.00  :$M�� PitlCE $33��00  i  ��  ��  D  1  . -   , ,,���     -. ��� , ���       ��� .  v   '       ��� .      ��� ��� ,   ���    ���   ,    .   .. ���   ,   ,,   ��� ,. 7       J. ,���       , ���     ��� '      ��� \     , COMING EVENTS  SPIRITUAL development group  and healings. Phone ,886-7540:  7540.  1  1294-45  THE Coast Family Society will  hold a General meeting on<  Sunday, October 6th at 2 p.m. in  Roberts Creek Legion. Everyone  welcome.. 1514-45'  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WBSTHRN DRUGS  ... an pfeeeed to sponsor Hits'  Uhtli Asnouncflment space, and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy' ,"  ' porosis* ,1,1  YVONNE Quarry is happy to  announce the arrival of her  brother, William Andrew on Sept.  26 in Dawson Creek.1 Proud  parents are Bill and Mary (nee  Lamb) of Arras, B.C.       1484-45  ENTERTAINMENT  GIBSON LANES  Open bowling Fri. ,& Sat.  7 p.m, - 9 p.m.  Sun. from 2 p.m. - 11 p.m.  8936-tfn  ��� i  TWILIGHT THEATRE  886-2827      .7 Gibsons  "THE WORLD'S  GREATEST ATHLETE"  ��� 'SNOWBALL EXPRESS"  Starting at 7 j).m.  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  -    - Oct.3,4,5   '   -  Matiheel Sat. 1p.m.  "THE PYX"  Christopher Plummer  Karen Black  (RESTRICTED)  Sex, murder and the occult  Sun., Mon., Tues.  Oct. 6,7,8  9700-45  OBITUARY  WATSON���On September 26th,  1974, John Watson of Sechelt  passed away suddenly in Vancouver in his 72nd year. He is  survived by his sister Mrs. M.  Gibson of Comox; step daughter  and son-in-law, Marjorie and  Allan Fitger of Richmond,B.C, 10  grandchildren. Cremation took  place in Vancouver, B.C.   151245  ROBINSON-Suddenly at Wilson  Creek, B.C. on September 23,  1974. Leslie Clay. Robinson in his  57th year. Survived by hisrloving  wife Ann, daughter and son inlaw Mary and Reg; 1 grand  daughter,' - 6 sisters * and" 2  brothers. Funeral service was  held Thursday, September 26 in  the Boal Chapel, North Vancouver. Cremation. Harvey  Funeral Home directors.  1466-45  Wedding Announcements  PERSONAL [Continued]  BAHA'IS believe in an-auxi-'  -' liary universal language and  an international .parliament of!  man. Phone 886-2078 and 885-  9450.1 895-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Tunes can be  ordered for your own use at The  Times office. 1473-tf  Information Wanted  ON OCT. 17th, "the Dept.. of  Human Resources of Sechelt,  British Columbia will be applying  to the Judge of the Provincial  Court, -Family Division, for the  Permanent Committal of the  child;William Scott Montgomery,  born November 8, 1957, son of  William Edward Montgomery,  formerly of Gibsons, British  Columbia, and last known at  General Delivery Gibsons,  British Columbia.. Anyone  knowing the whereabouts of  William Edward Montgomery,  please contact the Dept. of.  Human Resources, Box 890,  Sechelt, British Columbia. 1518-45  WORK WANTED  BACKHOE   available,   septic  tanks sold and installed. Ph.  886-7671. 1098-dfn  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates.  Ph.  886-7111.      36-tfn  YOUNG      BUSINESS     GIRL,  wishes,full-time employment.  Preferably office work. Eager to  learn. Call 885-3308. 1416-46  BUILD to suit, prefab house,  erections    and   renovations.  Phone 885-9951 even. 1479-47  FALL  garden  clean  up   and  pruning. Randy 885-2769.  1495-47  HAVE your garden shrubs,,  hedges, small trees and fruit  trees trimmed and pruned before  winter, by garden expert. Also  landscaping. 886-9001.       1510-47  BOOKKEEPING,  office  work.  Your office or my home, full or  part time. 885-3332. 1513-45  HANDIMAN���Everything from  " broken windows to log saunas -  small mechanical repairs, also.  Reasonable rates. After 5 p.m.  ask for Rick at 885-9285.    1485-47  Page A-4 ��� ��� Peninsula Times, Wednesday, October 2,1974  -CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  ,   -,._,.  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by Box Numbers  Powell   River . News  Town> Crier  -   Sechelt Times Ltd.      N  at Sechelt/B.C.       7  Established 1963  50c extra  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973 ,  Gross Circulation 4446  ' Paid   Circulation. 3894  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation,  subject, to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 Words)    '    ,  One Insertion _' . $1.20  Three Insertions '. $2.40  Extra lines (4' words) 35c  -  (This rate does not apply to    ���  commercial Ad-Briefs)  -at  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising  40c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam. Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after'that. Four  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  - regular classified rates. ,  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area _.: $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area." $8.00'yr.  U.S.A,  _ 7__$10.00yr.  ,   Overseas _.$11.00yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area : ^$6.00  Singlo Copies 1 l_; 1���15e  "Iii the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a Wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference'  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising' is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item; together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance-of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition .charge is made for advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is 'submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly_bx a photographic or offset process in" a publication, must  be obtained in writing'from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  MR. and Mrs. Lloyd Wiley wish  to announce the^w.edding of  their youngest, daujpiter Nancy  Louise to John Djamd; Mercer,  eldest son of Mr. ana Mrs. Jack  Mercer, Secret ;Gove, B.C.  Marriage to take, jdace at St.  Hilda's Churcbi f- '< Sechelt,  Saturday, October 5th at 5 p.m.,  Reception to follow7at New,  Legion Hall, Madeira Park.  1501-45  IN MEMOMAM  THORNE. Duncan-October   6,  1963. Psalm 90:12. "So teach us  NEED a carpenter. Call Bob  Crichton. 883-2312.        1365-tfn  FIRE! !  BLDG. COSTS UP  ./.^T     40PERCENT ;���_.'  SINCE 1971  YOUR BEST  INSURANCE  CALL 885-2235  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Ask For Free Catalogue  Of Real Estate Too  9703-45  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance. Rubbish removaL Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates  Gibsons to Sechelt'Also,fireplace wood for sale, $15 per  load delivered. Phone Norm,  886-9503. 9983-tfn  WILL butcher,  dress  or, cut  your  meat  or  game,   your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  PEERLESS    Tree    Services,  Benefit   from   experience,  Tree work guaranteed and in-  HELP WANTED (Cont.)  FLEETWOOD Logging C o.  N Loggers seeking employment please contact Mr. Walter Bradshaw at 886-9188 between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.  943^b��n  AVON  I have open territories in Roberts  Creek. One can be yours. As an  Avon Representative you'll earn'  good money, choose your own  hours. Sound interesting?  Call 885-2183 or 339-2617 collect  9697-tfn  LIVESTOCK  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfr  New 8c Used Tack  QUALITY FARM. SUPPLY  All Buckerfieid Feeds'  u hardware' - Fencing ,",',  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  MAXICROP  Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE  886-7527  9561-tfn  LIVESTOCK (Cont.)  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cuniyingham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ger is coining to Coast. Contact Sunshine Farm 885-3450.  994-tfn  SADDLE & bridle for sale. $100  good condition. 885-2998.1422-46  1   HORSE,    mare,    excellent  disposition. Ideal for children  and beginners, $225 firm: 883-9045  or 883-9012. 1439-46'  PROMISING 3 year old filly of  Quarterhorse breeding, $400;  good natured, started English,  15.2 hands. Also, very reasonable  to good home 20 year old, reg.,  Quarterhorse mar6; still spirited  and sound. Foaled in May. Can  work out delivery.'Phone 883-  2324. 142&46  HEREFORD calves for sale. 885-  9741. 1475-45  WIENER, feeder, butcher hogs  for sale. Phone 883-9172. 139445  HORSES for sale ��� Yearlings  and 2 year olds, gentle riding  also a few excellent game horses.  883-9923. 1469-45  WEINER and feeder pigs, also  , orders  taken  for   Butchered  pigs. Phone 883-9923. 1468-45  1 CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  to number our days that we may   ���d .^li ^K 885-210a  annlv nur npnrtq iinrnwlpulnm" *       ^J'.O-tfn  apply our hearts unto wisdom  Gone   to   a   happier   hunting  ground,���sadly missed by Luella,  Wendy, Glonna and Roger.  77-;...77 ., 7.7; 7;. .'J35748,.  PERSONAL  f���������������,���.la-^.,���f��� ���...���,_,   1.1        .1,      .,,���������,   !  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous '���  Meetings 8;30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creelc Community Hall.'Phone 885-9409;, 886-  2006;' 005-2000. In Madoira  Park, mooting^ Wednesdays at  0:30 p.m, In tho Community  Hall, phono 803-2401,      709-tfn  CORRESPONDENCE-Hlgh  School - Acctg.iBus. Mat, -  Secretarial; ' Free brochure.  Canada's leading school,  Nntlonnl College 444 Robson  Street, Vancouver, 000-4913, 1203-  tfn  GENERAL   nandyman.    Carpentry,  painting, and    light  h nullrig. Ph. 8Cq-051.fl. 2285-tfn  CARPENTERS-New     7 construction    and    alterations,  Phone 885-9009. 1442-46  �����   ��� ������' "    ��� ��� i��"i-��aawi|  >i   a    mi      ii     ial  wi    ii  "a  HELP WANTED  SALAL  pickers, Top  pricofl,  Buyer   for   Western   Evergreens.  Phone  Marg Donley,  883-2403,        ,' OOB-Wn  RELIABLE trustworthy careful  house cleaner required to do  floors etc..for teacher In West  Sechelt. Own transportation.  Fridays only, 8 a.m. -1 p.m., $3  hour. Write Box 1349, c-o  ���Peninsula - Times, ������ Box * 810,���  Secholt. 1349-45  E.  REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multlplo Listings Service  , Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  CENTRE  OF  GIBSONS���2  bdrms,   llvlna   room  oponlno   onto  Sundock; half basomont, garago and workshop, $35,000,  GIBSON  RURAL���2  bdrm  homo,   largo   lot  In country  aroa,  $32,500.    '      .   ���   '.  ���ROBERTS CREEK���2 bdrms,; largo Hvlnq room with fireplace; full"  basomont with roc room. Two larjjo lot... doublo carport. Full prlco  $54,000,  Also 7Vt��, acros with now nearly finished homo, Full prlco $37,500,  torms.  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS: View lot and now 3 bedroom  homo with full basoment. W/W carpets, onsulte plumbing, rec  room, 2 fireplaces, $58,500.00.  GIBSONS VILLAGE ACREAGE: 5 acres out of land freeze, 260'x  ;   . , 810', zoned R2, $25,000.00, ,, '  GIBSONS VIEW LOT: 7l'xl 16'/paved Cut Du Sqc, underground  , Wiring and sewor, $14,600,00.  NORTH ROAD: 5 acres, 2 acres pasture and 2 acres frUlt trees.  Also ,2 storoy oldor homo with 3 bedrooms, largo kitchen, utility  and drlvoway, $42,000,00,        ,    7 ���'  , JOE ROAD, LOWER SIDE: 0,91 acre with Creok thrbuoh corner,-  nlcoly treed, wator and power. $16,000,00,Torm3 available.  ROBERTS CREEK AREA OFF LOCKYER ROAD: 1 mile from Highway, 12.1 acres, two crooks, two cabins. Can bo subdivided Into  two parcols, Hoavlly trood, $52,000,00,  LOCKYER ROAD; 5 acros parcol nicely "woodod and sldplng, good  bulldlno property, $25,000,00,  GIBSONS VILLAGE,  MARINA  HOUSE:  Throo  luxurious suites  rented, good Investment; on this watorfront property, $125,000.00.  WATERFRONT SANDY HOOK: 80 foot lovol sandy beach Ovor-  looklnn Porpolso Bay, two bodroom Insulatod homo with flreplaco  t and drlvoway, $43,500,00.  LANGDALE CHINES:1 Vlow lot, underground sorvlcos, pavod roads,  $11,500,00, Only,  ABBS ROAD: Vlow lot In now homo aroa, $16,500,00,  I  \  LISTINGS    WANTED  M��mb��r Vancouytr Roal Estate Board  RON McSAVANEY, Monogor  086-2748  Evonlngi; ,005.33:119,  WILSON CREEK, BROWNING ROAD; Largo lot 70'x400 soned  "ft. from lovol Sandy boach. Wat  $12,500.00 with $4000.00 down,  R2, only 900 ft, from lovol Sandy boach. Wator and powor,      '���'   -400"" '  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY,  SECHELT VILLAGE:  Grocery  st��f��  located across from Bus Popot, Snowing excellent growth, good  roturn. Priced In tho high 20's, Call for Details,  HOME AND ACREAGE, PRATT ROAD. Over 1 aero lovol land.  Mostly cloarod and In grass and garden, .Lovoly split lovol throo  bodroom homo with flroplpco, carport and driveway, very woll  ^^���^,.MJk^9.rO9,.?M.n.0Y3Jt<rn?n�� workshed, $49^500)00,  SELMA PARK) Buy tho homo, Uoso tho land and savo monoy'on  toxos, Lovqly, 2 bedroom homo, dining room, flroplaco, utility,  Pavod  drlvoway,   cnrporl   and   work   hhop,   Land  scapod,  Only  $31,00000,  Drop m or Phono for oilr"Froo Property Brochure,  ,   There is MORE In lber��.  LISTINGS   WANTED  K,��� A,"Crn��by   1,86.209.. 1, W, Vivjnr nf.5-3.1Q0  Don Sutherland m\')\'W/,   ,  iffe.rriffl-.^f*^  LM^^^^'ft^^^^  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ']PHONE:PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  o., Member of Multiple Listing Service  WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN, BAY ESTATES  117 ft. choice waterfront with 3 BR home built in 197,1. 3 bathrooms,   elec.   heat,   fireplace,   sundeck  with   sweeping   view   of  harbour. Partial basement with rec room and carport. Partially  landscaped. $89,500. ,'  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITH REVENUE  Large commercial building, 3,303 sq. ft., plus 3 BR home on  2.954 acres. Asking $185,000.  Adjoining lot, 1.467 acres with 2 BR home also available. Asking  $40,000. To be sold together with above property.'All buildings  presently leased. Open to offers. Phone Jack Noble, res. 883-2701.  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level acreage with over 600' road frontage (approx. 400' blacktop), 208' deep. Possible 7 lot subdivision. 2 BR Panabode home,  full basement. $70,000. Open to offers. Phone Jack Noble, res.  883-2701.  BARGAIN HARBOUR  Comfortable" 2 BR home with partial basement on landscaped lot,'  just a few steps from safe  beach    Fully  furnished.  $42,000.  CARPENTER'S SPECIAL ��� AAADEIRA PARK  Approx. 560 sq  ft. home with one BR, electric heat, stove, fireplace.. Needs new floors throughout. On level lot close to stores,  school and wharfage. $17,400.  LOTS  17SINCLAIR BAY ROAD - 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  $9700 and  $14,400.  2. NARROWS ROAD - good building lots near Madeira Park,  $9,000 to 11,000.  .3. GARDEN BAY ESTATES - serviced lots, some with view. $6,900  ;   to 11,000. y ';  ��� 7. *     *���    .  '  *   -   1  4. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and.  $10,000.  5. NARROWS' ROAD - approx. % acre level land, excellent view,  $29,500.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile home. $7,500  and $22,000.  . 7. MADEIRA' PARK ROAD - building lot, close to school, stores,  gov't wharf and post office, $9,500p.  8. MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial lots - $16,000 and $20,000.  9. GARDEN BAY - serviced view lot on Garden Bay Road In Garden Bay. Driveway in and level building site cleared. $11,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA - Serviced building lot on Francis Peninsula Road. $10,000.  '      HOME WITH POOL ��� HOTEL LAKE  Attractive 3 BR home with w/w carpet - acorn fireplace, % basement with  storage.   Boat  shop,  approx.   20'x54'.  Situated  on  large  treed view' lot,  beautifully  landscaped  with' patios,   flsh  pools, fruit trees and a 22' swimming pool. $59,500.  GARDEN BAY  3 BR home, brick fireplace, sundeck, carport, full basement. On  a level cornor, leased lot - fully landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000.  KENT ROAD - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Approx. 1 acre, nicely treed and secluded, 35x10' one BR mobile,  home, hooked up to water and hydro, Immodlato pososslon, Idoal  for fisherman. $35,000.  WATERFRONT r GUNBOAT BAY  Approxi 170' wdtfcrfrorit, sheltered moorage, on'approx. 4 acres   ,'  land on highway 101 close to Madeira Park, $57,000,  WATERFRONT LOT.-;FRANOIS PENINSULA      '  Choice, serviced view Jot, off Francis Peninsula Road, with 73' of  good sheltered warorfrontago, $24,500,,  QUALITY HOME - GARDEN BAY ESTATES    ,;  Quality built 3 BR, full basement homo, built, 1974 - w/w carpet,  doublo carport, very large sundeck, stono flroplaco, Llvlngroom  '  and dining room hayo opon bodm ceilings, master BR has full,  onsuito plumbing   Situated on'scml-watorfront vlow lot, Southern \  ���'���������[,        exposure. $6?,50O.  FURNISHED VIEW HOME - Garden Bay Estates  Fully furnished modorn 2 BR homo with partial basomont, "doublo  carport, largo eoyorod sundock, shao carpot and stono flroplaco,  plus vyashor, ��� dryor, rango and frldgo, Located on cholco corner,  vlow lot with boautlful vcgarablo and flower gardens, Convonlont  location. $71,000.  ,' FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed With approx, 3,900' of prim-  ory road constructed, Possible 56 lot subdivision, $15O,O00,  WATERFRONT HOME  GERRANS BAY ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  133 ft, cholco, doop, sholtored watorfront With 2 BR homo, 1M��  baths,' brick flroplaco, full basomont- with rumpus room and pool  table carport and sundock; ramp and float, Washor, dryor, frcoitor,  range, fridge and dishwasher Included. $77,000,  WATERFRONT HOME - MADEIRA PARK    ,  Furnished ono bodroom homo on 52' watorfront lot closo to  Madoira Marina, Room for two bedrooms In basomont aroa, Accoss  from Johnstono Road, $45,000,  HALFMOON BAY  :T  GUNBOAT BAY FISHING RESORT  Small resort on approx. 5 acres with about 170' waterfront in  Pender Harbour - access from Highway 101. Three cottages with  housekeeping facilities, owner's .3 BR home, 4 rental boats, 3  motors, log and styrofoam floats. $125;000.  ,_.., -LAR6E-AGREAGE��-"$1>00OrPER-ACRE-~���r  D,L, 2392, approx. 160 acros, situated approx,  1W miles abava  Hwy, 101 near (Halfmoon Boy, Access by old logging rood, Trails  8, roads throughout the proporty, nlcoly trood useable land. Outside'  land froozo aroa - possible subdivision slto, $160,000,  '  FISHING CHARTER BUSINESS  Chinook Charters Ltd. at Madeira Park. 3 fiberglass boats, 37_,  28', 14'; all completely equipped. Present owner willing to operate  business for purchaser for balance of this'season. $1-21,000.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased out),  Standard Marine station/ bait sales, floats, - launching ' ramp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  $250,000.  V   HARBOUR MOTORS  Shell service station on Garden Bay Road with 4-bay garage, store,  auto body repairs and new, large paint shop. Price includes land,  buildings, owner's 3 BR residence, some shop equipment and 3  ton tow truck. Doing a good business, but could easily, be increased. $85,000 plus cash for stock in trade.  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating in the Pender Harbour area with two ready-mix trucks,  1 dump truck, 1 loader, gravel crushing and screening plant,  gravel lease. $118,000.  TOP SOIL BUSINESS, AND EQUIPMENT -  RUBY LAKE  10 year argeement to remove top soil, Cat 955 track loader,  Linding soil shredder, 10-10 Lawrence'drag line and equipment,  Dodge single axle dump truck. $25,000.  SUNSHINE INN ��� GARDEN BAY  Fishing lodge on 1 acre of choice semi-waterfront property, within a few ft. of marinas, Gov't wharf, stores, post office. Main  building contains 14 sleeping rooms, DR, licenced cabaret, kitchen  and annex; has 2 BR apartment for manager, 6 sleeping rooms  and rec room, could possibly bes used "for a. Senior Citizen Home.  AH offers and inquiries welcome. $260,000.  SAKINAW&RUBY LAKES  CHOICE LAKEFRONT - SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 625' choice low bank lakefront on approx. 12 treed acres.  Westerly exposure. $50,000. , I  RUGGLES BAY - SAKINAW LAKE  .  i BR partly furnished cottage, acorn fireplace, on, two leased lots  jwith approx. 330' choice.lakefront, 2.98 acres. Situated in a small  private cove\with/dock. $23,000.������- �����������   " '-*>''  7.  SAKINAW LAKE LOT  Lakefront lot, approx. 70' of low bank shoreline   $18,900.  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  Good 3 BR cottage, cedar construction, built 1965, running water,  fireplace, propane range, fridge and lights, log float. On approx.,  4%,acres of leased land with about 300' feet gently sloping lake-  front. Choice location in Turtle Bay. $20,000,  SUMMER COTTAGE  Small furnished summer cottage with sundeck, on 100' lakefront  lot. Float. Needs some finishing. $26,500.  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx.  500'  low bank lakefront on  about 7%  acres,  nicely  -   treed. $50,000.  FURNISHED SUMMER HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  On 116' deep, sheltered lakefront with float. 3 BR summer home  - 1,197 sq. ft. with 3 piece bathroom, fireplace, large sundeck  on 2 sides. Guest cottage - 396 sq. ft., 4 boat's, boat house, floats,  diesel light plant. Westerly exposure. Water access only. $50,000.  I  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx, 1,800' good waterfront with several beaches and bays.  Contains approx. 42 acres. Cj-eek through property, 3 BR furnished  homo, full basement,  oil furnace/Access from Egmont Road.  Excellent marina or resort site, $175,000. ���  APPROX. 600' WATERFRONT  Approx.  7  acres with approx.  600'  watorfront, adjoining. tho  Egmont  Marina,   Paved  Maple  Road   runs  through   property.  $100,000.  t      ���  '    I       ' ( .   fi���in 1.1      ii-ii.    I.,.-..., ��������������- .ai  .     W/^ERFRONT liOTS 77,.:':  Two dd|olnlng lots, each with approx. 64' watorfront. Close to  schbol, post office, store and gov't whqrf, $15,000 ond $18,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� EGMONT  Very largo 4 BR home, approx, 244' waterfront on 3 separate  lots, Float, Excollent for a group purchase, $105,000,  LARGE CORNER LOT  Approx, 1% acros of vlow proporty with 111' frontago on Eg-  *mont Road and 637' frontagoon Maplo Road,'two oldor housos  on proporty. Possible subdivision slto. $47,500. ���  WATERFRONT ACREAGE,'  Approx, 375' doop, sholtored watorfront on approx. 10 acros of,  trood land, Access by trail or water, $35,000,  , NELSON ISLAND WATERFRONT  Approx, 4,0Q0' watorfront on approx, 25 acres treocl proporty.  Several boachos, small Island; good sholtored covo, Only a short  distance by boat from Earl Covo or Egmont  $100,000,  J.  SECHELT INLET RD. - NEAR SANDY HOOK RD.  ...6.68.woodod,acros with southern.slopo oxposuro,,,,Gpod,jlmbor,,  , 359 ft, blacktop road frontago,  $20,000.  Phono Jock Noblo,  ros, 003-2701.  VIEW HOME  REDROOFFS ROAD  4 BR homo, opprox. 1,538,sq. ft,, Roman brick J.rcplbco, built-in  rango, ovnn and dishwasher, bospmont with 2 car carport, roc  room. Largo landscaped vlow lot with vogotoblo gardon, $65,000.  ���JAtK NOBLE  Ros. 883-2701  ACREAGE - LOTS F & G, Blk. A, D.L. 903 *  Two ad|olnlng 9 aero blocks, approx, 2,000' from Hwy.  101.  Nlcoly trood, gontlo slopo, southern exposure, $45,000 each.  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY DAN WILEY  Ros. 883-2233 Ros. 883-9149. LIVESTOCK (Continued) BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    REAL ESTATE (Con't)  SHOWY���4  yr.  old  Palamino  Gelding,   gentle   but   needs  experienced rider with or without  saddle 885-9480  .1471-45  NEW PHONES  KEEt�� up with The Times. Our  new. number 885-3231. Get a  little   action  with" Times  Ad  Briefs. 1361-tfn  AUTOS TRUCKS, Etc.  PAKTS   for   '63   Chevy   885--  9311 or 885-2608.       1258-tfn.  '63 Pontiac without motor offers.   885-9311    or   885-2608  283  motor  for  above  car, in  .different car. ' '   1259-tfn  '65 CHEVY-van. $325. Phone 885-  9882        - 1415-44  1964 FORD V8 Custom. 2' dr,  excellent condition. 885-2998  1423-46  1968 CHEV % ton, with canopy,"  $1400, or nearest offer. 886-2489.  1431-45  1969 FORD % top pickup, $1750.  Phone 886-7015. 1497-45  1962 FORD Mercury car, good  running order. Phone 886-2198.  1507-45  BOATS & ENGINES  12 FOOT fibreglass, brand new  paint, 25 hp Evinrude, newly  rebuilt with new.controls for  $975. 883-9617, Roger,Clement.  1     748-tf  33''WOODEN  hull  tug  boat,  Cummings dieselr Phone and  sounder. Moored at Egmont. 88&-  2072. 1480-47  16' PLYWOOD and yellow cedar  boat, canvas top; 40 HP Gale.  All extras. $700. Phone 886-  7891. 1481-47  14'6"  PLYWOOD FG  bottom,  windshield, front end controls,  18 hp Evinrude. 885-9813 after 6>  p.m. 1476-45   i '.   12 ft. ALUMINIUM boat, Mer- ���  cury 6 HP $400. Phone 885-  2188. ' 146545  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS   Mobile   Home. Park,,  we have trailer space- avail-1  able. Phone 885-2375.   9968-tfp v  DOUBLE WIDES  - Delivered and set up on your  property, guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also, large selection of twelve  wides. For further information  Call Cdllect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member of the Western  Mobile Home ��� Assoc.  MJD.L. 25012    :    8917-tfn  1973    MONARCH     12x60'     2  bedroom unfurn., fridge, stove,  heater incl.  Sundance . Trailer  Court Phone 885-2596.       1487-45  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  8x35 1975 NASHUA 1 bedroom  with 8x16 porch, very clean  condition, set up at Sunshine  Coast Trailer Park.-886-9826.   1451-tfn  1969 KLONDIKE hard top tent  trailer, $400, or best offer.  Phone 885-2950. 1489-45  REAL ESTATE ,  2 VIEW lots, Gibsons Bluff, No.  30 and 36, $9000 each. Terms  available. Phone 886-9259 or write  Box, 151, Port Mellon. Private.  1352-45  POINT ROAD, HOPKINS LANDING  3 Bedroom, full basement home on semi  waterfront with beach access.  Asking $45,000 with good financing  [  Phone Gene Ochitwa of 985-8803 or 736-2551  (24 hrs.)  FAIRVIEW REALTY LTD.  GRANTHAM'S   HEIGHTS    5  secluded acres on Boyk Road,  ��� turn  from, Nofth'^Road  on  to Chamberlain Road; then Mt  ' on - i.o, Blridgeman' Rd.,   and  . thence . to  Boyle   Rd.   Zoned1 -  ' RJL   2..   Power   at * comer.  - $25,000 cash. Phone (112) 522-  9286. , 1215-tfin  BUILD a better'home'with a  '   National package. Mortgage  money   available.   Call   Dave,  Whidden, 885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt.  ' 88-tfn  VQUR AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  K. Butler Realty Ltd.  All Types, of Insurance  Gibsons,- B.C.  Phone  886-2000 or 886-9121  PENDER   HARBOURr-  .  Lakefront    with    quiet    and  secluded summer cabin, fully  furnished, 90' beach, boat float.  Try your offer to $25,000.  ROBERTS, CREEK-72'xl05' lot  in desirable'location, serviced,  ��� black top street. $11,000.  GOWER POINT-100' frontage  on the level. Comfortable 4 room  cottage features -spacious  beamed ceiling, living room with ���  fireplace, 2 bedrooms, 3> pc.  bathroom. Kitchen needs some  renovating. Lots of storage.  $34,000. '  Large view lot, excavation in for  building. $17,000.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER     '  "  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  9701-45  10   ACRE   farm,   barn   etc.  Fruit trees, hugeveg. garden,  good 4 bedroom house near  beach.        Phone        885-3450.   ^_ 1359-tfn  WATERFRONT-West Porpoise  Bay. Lot C. Phone 885-9349  or write Box 215, Sechelt.  , 767-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe'and Bay view Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads.'Easy beach acc-,.  ess. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 886-7316.  or write-Box 9503, c-o> Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  8875-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  1 ACRE lots- Sechelt Village (end  of Medusa St.) $8000 - $11,000.  Phone- Robert. White* National  Trust Co., West' Vancouver  (112)922-6681. _ ,   1291-tfn  ROBERTS Creek���43 acre lots,.l  "with  cabin.  Phone  885-3450.  *     \~ - 1433-46  . WANTED-Srnall acreage with  water and liveable buildings,  reasonable price cash. Phone  (112)299-5494 or write 3580 Turner  St., Vancouver. 1346-45  FOR RENT (Continued)  LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)  Wednesday, October 2,1974      Hie Peninsula Times Page A-5  TWO bedroom house. Gibsons.  .view. Asking $31,500. 886-7440.  ;     " ' 71386-45  SELMA PARK-^-Cleared lot  ; 75x125', $13,500. Phone 885-9951  or write Box 547, Sechelt.  1478-47  , SECHELT���Medusa   Street,   4  building   lots   63x120'.   F.P.  $12,500. Phone 885-9951 or write  Box 547, Sechelt. - 1477^47  7 FIRE!!  BLDG. COSTS UP  40 PER CENT  SINCE 1971  .    . .YOUR  BESTINSURANCE  CALL 885-2235  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Ask For Free Catalogue  Of Real Estate Too  ,9704-45  FOR RENT ,  SUITES   TO  rent.   Heat . and  cablevision incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836. .    1425-tfn  CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former  school   board   offices  above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366.  - 746-tfn  5 UNITS at Shilcomb Resort  Madeira Park. B. C. .1���2  B/R furnished $200 month 3���1  B/R furnished $140 month  1���1 B/R furnished $110 month.  Phone  883-2407.   1210-42  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  FURNISHED    home,    Pender  Harbour. (112) 731-9355. 1482-46  PENDER   Harbour,   furnished  home. 731-9355. 1516-45  FURNISHED    home,    Pender  Harbour. (112) 731-9355. 1517-46  2 BEDROOM furnished house on  1% acres, lovely view, float.  Garden  Bay. -. Phone . 883-2341.,  -y, 138M5.  ROBERTS . CREEK-New . 3  bedroom duplex, Highway 101.  $250 month incl. heat. Phone  885-9417 eves.    ,      '       1488-45-  FULLY FURNISHED LARGE  ��, SC 1 bedroom suite, incl.  utilities,.$190per month. 885-2853  .���.*'. '  '���' V-. V- 149?-*5  'A   LARGE   4   bedroom . un-,  .   furnished house, wall to wall  .carpet 7 throughout,   fireplace,  3 family room, double carport.  ^Beautiful sea view, Gower;Pt.  'area. $300 month. 886-2715.1504-45  FOR SALE (Continued)  Good Enterprise oil range. What  offers? Phone 885^049.  1467-45  Department of Lands,  .   (    Forests,  aha Water Resources  Water Resources Service  POLLUTION CONTROL  BRANCH  ���FURNISHED large 3, bedroom  _ suite, also 1 bedroom suite.  i Waterfront,   JMaririe     Drive, - person who Qualifies as an ob-  MEMBER Of  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL  ESTATES LT  ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  WATERFRONT  SARGEANT BAY WATERFRONT  The  perfect  retreat! Tall  evergreens and arbutus trees ensure  privacy. 120' of pebble beach lies between you and unobstructed  view clear to Vancouver Island. A bonus is some of the best  fishing on the Sunshine Coast. Full price $22,500. Call  Doug  Joyce.  YACHTSMAN'S RETREAT - SECRET COVE  840' deep water, moorage, approx. 8 acres,' Ideal for group or  commercial development, $150,000; good terms and good Interest rato. Suzanne or Len Van Egmond,  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Large treed properties, approx. % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed. Povpd roads, close to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot. Priced  from $7,500. Call Stan Anderson.  17 VIEW ACRES  Middlepoint location, 100 percent privacy. Roads throughout the  property, Subdivision potential and power moke this acreage a  good buy. F.P. $34,000. Call Stan Anderson.  HALFMOON BAY  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  at Sunshine  Bay Estates.   Fully  serviced,  good  beach,   privacy,  -arbutus trees. Sunny exposure. Priced from $12,000, Full Information from Lpn or Suzanne Van Egmond.  "���,'","   '7"*'''77 ,"."'""'', 77 "'''-���"'���' , '''' '���'    '  PENDER HARBOUR  75' x 900' protected moorage; Heavily treed, good access to  water. Full price $38,000. CallStan Anderson,  '       7 ' SELMA PARK      ��� '     '������ i.  Excellent 2 bedroom homo on good beach. Garden arpa, half  basement with bedroom and bath. Easy access to water, No maintenance on this. Immaculate home. FP $53,800. Call Stan  Anderson, ��� ���. ���}-'-:.   ���:, _ - '.-   ; . 7' '7" ', .  2 OR 3 BEDROOM WATERFRONT COTTAGE  No beach access problem here, Esplanado waterfront In select  area of Sunshine Coast, Level to sqfe beach. Comfortable older  ' typo, summor home, FP of $31,500 includes most of the furnishings, Small assumablo, agreement, at 8, percent avallablo, Call  Davo   Roberts.,, 7  21 ACRES  Approximately  1  ml|e highway frontage. Treed.  Zoned 5 acre  " holdings. F.P, $52,000. Call Stan Anderson  TUWANEK  50'xl2O'  serviced  lot,  easy  walking  distance to  Marina  and  swimming. Lot is treed. Coll Doug Joyce.    ,  DAVIS BAY AND AREA  ATTRACTIVE VIEW HOME  Laurel Road in Davis Bay, Immaculate 3 bedroorn'home, like now.'  60' ylew Ipt.p Double plumbing, doublogarago, pundeck, Full basement, Iprge rec room and finished bedroom. Could easily convert  to attractive In-low suite, Priced In 50's, Call Ed Baker,       --,  BOWNING ROAD - WILSON CREEK  Extra |arge lot 71'x233'. Fully serviced, beacrf accoss within one,  block. Lots of trees, flat and level, New homo arpd, F.P. $10,500.  Call Stan .Anderson,  7 PANORAMIC VIEW   7   ,  overlooking Strait of Gcorpla and Trail Islands, These large lots  are serviced ana ready to build on, all new homes In area, Priced  at only $14,900, Call Len,or Suzanno Van Egmond, ,  SECHELT AND AREA  READY TO BUILD ON   ;, '  Larao lot 100' frontage, cloarod and level, Socholt Vlllago, F.P.  $12,500, Call Ed Bakor.  CHAPMAN ROAD  Thl* Davis Pay lot has 169' frontago, Just a super view and |s close  to tho beach, Owner says soil It now, prico reduced to $13,500,  Call Doug Joyce,  90'x2O5' on Wakofloid Road, Fully serviced, year round cr*��k,  zonod R-2. Good soil, well treed. FP $12,000, Call Ston Andorson  Level  lot, ,nlcojy treed. Handy location In West Sechelt. Near  school, trailers permitted, R2 zoned. F.P, $8,900,00, Col! Un  or Suzanno Van Egmond,  ,       y  ' . >���.i.���a-.��� ���in��� 11 ..it���t���wiw.  , .. ..     . WAKEFIELD, CREEK ROAD  Vlow  lot all cleorod In West Socholt. Cornor location.  Owner  must soil, Woll bolow market value, F,P, $11,500   Call Stan  Andorson,  70x122' cleared view lot In Davis 6ay. Trees have been loft on  the lot betweon road and building slto, Ono block'to public beach,  �����R7ww^^���.wFull.prlco412,500.XalLStan-Andor8onawi-^����-��^a��-��^'a-  -.y'  ���. ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA .  ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA  p|9 of an ocro, hoavlly trdod with a year round crook, F,P, $11,500,  Call Douq Joyco,   ,,  4.6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  With vlow. Nice gothlc arch homo at tho ond of Crowo Road In  Roberts Crook, Only $31,500, Soo Lon Van Egmond, 005-9683,  OPEN HOUSE WEEK-ENDS  3 nqw homos In lho Village of Socholt, Walk to all conveniences,  Movo In Immediately,, Woll to wall throughout, double plumblnp,  all windows doublo glazod, full basomont, oil hoat, carport, largo  sundock, Located on Ocean Ave,, watch for slons. Also 2 now  vlow homos Just past now lco arena. Priced from $3B,I00 ond up,  .  '    Call Ed Bakor,  ACREAGE  Approx, 5 ocros, 290' highway frontaoo. Naturally trood, gontlo  south slopo. F,P. $25,900. Call Ston Andorson,  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  BETTER THAN NEW  Just outside Glbsops, 1,2x55' mobile homo on 95x157* lot, Tall  ovorgroons, lawn and garden aro tho sotting for this beautifully  maintained! home. Financing is no problem1 as our owner, will  ~~~~-~~~-carry, Full price $25,000, Call Doug Joyce,���    ~ ��� ��r  RECREATIONAL LOT  125'x200' nlcoly trood and lovo|, Zoned R2, Traitors pormlttod,  Good occoss roods, F.P, $0,000, Coll Ed Bakor.  LANGDALE ��� VIEW1 HOME  Contomporary 3 bedroom homo, all codor lifetime ��xtorlor siding.  En-Suite plumblna, unique doslan. Carport, Largo lot, very closo to  schools, F.P. $53,900. Call Stan Anderson'or Bill Montgomery,  Dave Roberts  Evos, Phono 005-2973  Bill Montgomery  Evos, 00672806  Lon or Suzanne Van Egmond  Evw, Phone B85-9683  Ed Doker  Evos, Phono 085-2641  Ston Andorson  Eves, Phono 085-2385  Doug Joyce  Evos, Ph, 005-2761  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5.5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT;  UNDER THE POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT, 1967 )  ,(EMMISSK>NS)    7  . This application is to filed with  "the Director, Pollution Control  Branch, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia. Any  -Gibsons. 886-7108.  1509-45  WANTED TO RENT  RESPONSIBLE young woman  , seeking winter home, caretake-  rent. Contact Jennifer Scott,, 1114  Hillside Rd.; West Vancouver,  '922-0256. Ref. available.    1474-45  .RESPECTABLE "couple wish to  . rent a 2 or 3 bedroom house in  Gibsons-Sechelt area on a year  round basis. 886-2491.        1499-47  \  :WANTEP TO BUY  '2 YOUNG female geese. Phone  883-9049. 1500-57  FRENCH  2324.  doors.  Phone 885-  1503-45  MORTGAGES  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  Sold  - First - Second - Third,-  SUMMER COTTAGE'  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD. -  2438 Marine Drive  West Van. 926-3256  8909-tfn  MORTGAGE FUNDS  AVAILABLE  We specialize in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.  Call Mr. Greenbank  8794166    .  Galaxy Investment Corp.  Ltd.  9690-tfn  \ ^        ... ���       .'.,.v, ^7  - EARN  14-24 percent  Contact Provident International  Investment Corp.  ��� Mrs. Phillips at 682-6861  9691-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  IN THE estate of James Patrick  Quinn, late of W. Sechelt, B.C.  Notice is hereby given that  creditors and others having  claims against the estate of the  above deceased, are hereby  required to send particulars  thereof to the executor named  hereunder at Box 614, Sechelt.  B.C. on or before the 31st day ot  October, 1974,' after which date  the estate assets will be  distributed having regard only to  die claims that have been  received. Grenville Drake -  Executor.  ' 1494-46  lector under section 13 (3) of the  Pollution Control Act, 1967 may.N  within 30 days of the date, or  application, or within 30 days of  the date of publication in The  British Columbia Gazette or in a  newspaper,, or, where service is  required, within 30 days of the  serving of a copy of the application, file with;the Director  an objection in writing to the  granting of a.permit, stating the  nfianner in which he is affected.  Those who do not so qualify may  file with the Pollution Control  Board an objection in writing  under section 13 (6), in, the same  manner and time period as  described above.  1.1, Boser Cedar Products Ltd.  of Park Road, Gibsons, B.C. VON  1VO hereby apply to the Director  for a permit to discharge or emit  contaminant (s) into the air from  Cedar Shake and Shingle Mill  located at Wilson Creek, B.C.,  and give notice of my application  to all persons affected.  2. The land upon which the  works are located Lot 6 of Block  3, District Lot 1491, Plan 8388.  3. The discharge or emission  shall be located at % mile East of  Wilson Creek Service Station.  4. The rate of discharge is (dry  (a) Maximum 1000 SCFM;  Duration 4 hours per day;  Frequency continuous 4 hours  per day. _.  (b) Average daily (based on  normal daily operating period)  1000 SCFM. The operating period  during which contaminants will  be discharged is 4 hours per day,  5 days, a week.  5. The characteristics of the  contaminant(s) to be discharged  are as follows: Smoke from a  wood waste burner. Opacity:  Ringelmann No., 2 with  maximum Ringelmann No. 3 for  not more than 10 per cent daily  operating    time.    Particulate  - material: 15 tons-sq. mile-month-  for the entire mill operation.:  6. The type of treatment to be  applied to the contaminants) is  as follows: Nil.  7.1, Eric Willmott, Secretary-  Treasurer hereby certify that a  copy of this application has been  received by the Regional District  of The Sunshine Coast.  Eric Willmott,  Secretary,  Sunshine Coast Regional District  8. This application, dated on  the 3rd day of September, 1974  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control Regulations.  A. Boser  9699-Pub. October 2, 1974.  TWO mounted Michelin radial,  Winter tires. 14 inches, as new.  $80,885-9526.        7        1470-45  20" PORTABLE B-W T.V., used  only 6 mths. Cost $219 sell for  $100.2 piece chesterfield set $20;  arborite table with/4 chairs $30.  All good condition. 885-9480., 1472-  -45  FIRE! !..  y  BLDG.COSTS.UP  40PERCENT  SINCE 1971-'  YOUR  BESTINSURANCE  CALL 885-2235  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Ask For Free Catalogue  OF Real Estate Too  7   9702-45  NEW unf ininished 54inch kitchen  sink unit, S-S and arborite top.  Notaps.883-2'720.     '       1430-tfn  ALDER  -  4 |t.x8  ft.   cut  to  - length, $25 delivered. Sechelt  area. Phone 885-2325.    995-tfn  18' Sangstercraft with 110 Volvo  I-O, in good running cond.  13K428034. $1895  1972 Evinrude 85 HP comes with  controls, fuel line and tank .. $990  1974 Evinrude 115 HP (new) $1990  197317%ft.K&P(used) ....$1800  1200 Pioneer with 20' bar ... .$120  650 Pioneer with 22" bar $160  FOR SALE (Continued/  LUMBER for sale. Direct from  mill. Low'priced.'Phone 885-  3450.   . : ,955-tfn  TWO 50 lb. propane tanks with  , heater and regulator, excellent  condition. Phone 886-2198. 150&45  24" BW T.V., $35, works well. 885-  9341,       " J,; 148&45  HIGH chair $10; walker $5;  .buggy $25; portable ,,jolly  jumper $15; NB crib $20; cuddle  seat $3; bird cage and stand $15;  hand lawn,mower $5; clothes  hamper $10.88^93^4   ,     1490-45  PROPANE stove, good condition,  \ $40; Sunbeam vacuum cleaner,  $25.886-9203^7 f    7       1491-45  39"  HOLLYWOOD < bed,, good  condition, $30. Phone 885-3433.  1502-45'  TQP soil, phone,Fred Jorgensen  at 885-9796. ^ 1505-45  GOLF.club debenture for_sale,  $300,885-9686;.- 1511-45  BIG moving sale: Saturday and  Sunday. 30 gal. acquarium,  desk, bookcase, candle craft  equipment, 9x12- rug and other  assorted household - trivia.  Everything cheap. Phone 885-  9895. 151W5  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ALL OR part,  taxi business.  Phone 885-2251. 1453-tfn  If you had  Holiday n Pioneer with 14"      .     ^^fkt0Vf0^'  bar $70    Could you make it?  1970 - 155 HP OMC motor and  drive 7 $1100  .    MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park. B.C.  OMC Servicentre  883-2266  970547  NfltfE rolls, 50 lb. roofing paper,  $6 per roll. 885-9440.        148345  PdRTiapacTion  The Canadian movement tor personal frtness  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  TOR SALE 7/7  141 ACRES with WATERFRONT immediately West of  SECHELT. POTENTIAL SUBDIVISION^includes large  modern 6 bedroom home on,water.  '    .        CALL: DON VASSOS 681-4111  1$lli FLOOR GRANVILLE,SQUARE, 200 GRANviltE. VANCOUVER. 681-4M1,  FOR SALE  197321 FT. Terry trailer. As new  self contained, WV awning and  hitch. See It at Seaside Plumbing,  North Rd. Ph. 886-7096.     142846  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101 AT; FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  ���;' '    '    .-������'.   '���        .' ��� '��������� ' ����� ��� ��� r    ,-,���     ���  REAi, ESTATE & INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR -EGMONT- EARL COVE  HOLIDAY'HOME ��� On lovol lot In Oystor Loooon/3 BR, LR  rvlhVF.P; Back to back with a Marina for easy accos9 to wator.  Only $30,000 F.P.  HOMESITE ~ 17tt acres with aood cabin, crook and watorfall.  Somo good soil, Woodod lot and hoavlly treed area; on water and  power, A good buy at $45,000,  :J?NE_AGRE^~v��LvlAW..proporty~wh  rooms on main floor-2 extra In basomont for guosts (or kids),  Fully sorylcod-Asl^Ino  $33,900,00,     7  f1��������� '������ anam���i. aa.���aai���n, i -ill��� ��� i  GIBSONS RADIO CABS-^Thls 3 car operation sh6ws an excellent  return - Ideal for partnership. Just $40,000 F,P. with terms.  i .      "','���   ������-i ������"   [',,  PANADODE ���> Lovely retirement  (or< weekend)  cotlapo with,  ���maonlflcont view of Horbour,' Part basement with extra bedroom.  Just $34,900 full price, r  ACREAGE --^ 22 dcre*7 power and water available, some lake  frontaoo. Full price $45,000. $15,000 down.  WATERFRONT ���._...  approx. lA^acre lot, Leyol top, on road, power and wator,  $29,500,  About   100-foot frontaao  In  Bargain  Bay,  . F,P.  MODERN HOME ��������� 2 bodroom, full basoment homo on lease lot,  In-law suite; excellent view, Just $32,500 with terms,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� 3 acros with about 170' of beach-  ��� deep, safe mooratjo --water and powcrr- a: good buy at $33,000.  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT ��� 100 ft. of Bqach on secluded lot, Shore It  tidal but beautifully altuotcd  LOTS ��� Serviced view lots from $11,900, Good Building Iota  from $7,000.  PHONE 883-2794  John Breen  803-9978  Jock Harmon  883-2745  Whon tho.lhylor fnmlly wns planning a now ,  homo, thoy looked nt tho work of bovqmI bulldero.  And, in tho ond, thoy docldod to Inko tholr Idons  to Wostwood Homofl,    , 7 7 y......  It wns a wIbo cholco. Bocauso at Wostwood wo  offor n c'omploto homo-bulldlng Borvlao,,Wo  onn holp you ovory Btdp of thp w^y���from turplnR  your Idonu Into praallonl plnnn, through tho  notunl Gonotruatlon to flnlBhod produat, Wo onn  oyon holp you nrrnngo flnnnnlng,  And'you'U bo nRBurod of n quality homo, built  from lho finest klln-drlod matorlals,' nt n rounonnblo  OOHt. ,  .^^a,Sor.whQn-you'ropUUnklngaor.n''nQwJ)ompl:>tnkn-'"  n tip from tho Tuylors,  Shojp. nroiind.'..  Then talk lo your  Wostwood donlor,  U^ux^J BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.,  In ScchcU  Jim Crick Construction  Box 457, Seehelt, B.C. '  Ph. 885-9951  /  in Garden Bay  Coe Enterprises Ltd.  Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  Ph, 883-2671 Halfmoon Bay Happenings  . Since 1958, when the Welcome Beach Hall  - was built as a centennial project, two additions have been added, but still the hall has  not kept up with the growth of the community. Now again it seems that another  extension is necessary to accommodate a  .second shuffleboard and to give more room  for carpet bowling.  When the executive of the Welcome Beach  Community Association met at the Alex Ellis  ���by Mary Tinkley  home last week, they approved iplahs submitted by the planning committee to extend  the front of the fall by eight feet. The committee is at present estimating costs of the  extension and it is hoped to get a New  Horizons grant to help with the financing of  the venture.  The fall film program wiU start on  Thursday, Oct. 10 at the Welcome Beach Hall  at 7:30 pin. The first program will offer  SECHELT PHILCO dealer, Chuck  Stephens, split the cost of a colored  television set with the Philco company  ITS TO AVOID ACCIDENTS  and donated it to the Wilson Creek Day-  Care Centre. The kids aren't the only  ones who enjoy children's programs,  Stephens is seen taking a break to visit  at the centre.  Squaringly yours  Don't bother to flick your headlights on  when you see one of the B.C. Telephone  Company's many vehicles driving with  headlights on during daylight hours.  It's no accident that the driver has his  headlights burning. In fact it's to avoid accidents.  B.C. Tel has initiated a "Drive With Your  Lights On" safetyCcampaign as part of its  continuing company-wide motor vehicle  safety programr-All persons driving any of  the company's^700 vehicles���ranging from  regular passenger cars to semi-trailer  trucks���are being urged to drive with  headlights on during the day.  Similar programs by other major companies have proven tol have a significant  Readers' Ri  .���from page A-2  Politics of resentment  effect in reducing accidents, primarily  because any vehicle becomes more visible to  other drivers when headlights are used.  B.C. Tel Safety Administrator H.N.  Maclean said 100 companies participated  recently in a one-year study on the effects of  daytime headlights. ".There was no decrease  in the average accident rate," he said, "but  even more significantly���there was no increase in accidents���while there have been a  steady increase for a number of years prior  to that time."  ".Two other studies," he added, "showed  that one company reduced its daytime accident frequency rate from 19 accidents per  million miles driven to ten accidents per  million miles through the use of headlights.  He said a major national bus company,  The Greyhound Corporation, experienced a  12 per cent reduction in its accident  frequency rate over, the past 13 years after  Maurice Hsmstreot  Plash! Second night of square dancing  saw another three sets of square dancers  whirling around the floor in a maze of never-  ending color, with myself at the mike, and  Harry Robertson on the floor, creating his,  own special kind of trouble, in only a way  that Harry could or can or would, just for the  fun of it.'  Anyway, it wasn't long before the evening-  was over and the square dancers were saying  their good nights, till next week. I have to  admit we do have a fantastic group of  square dancers.  Guests, from out-of-town were Donald and  Doris Graveline from West Warren, Mass.  They were actually with us the week before  and I don't know how I missed getting their  names in last week. Gremlins I guess.  Anyway, we hope to see you again the next  time you are in our area and thank you for. '  adding to our evening.  Well, last Monday, Edy and Len Ryerson,  headed for their home in.Northridge Calif.,  but will be back next spring. We hope you had  a safe journey home and really enjoyed-  square dancing with the Country Stars. I  GIBSONS���Residents will have to submit  a $25. non-refundable fee with rezoning applications effective Sept. 24.  Council made the decision Tuesday night  on recommendation from the planning  commission. The fee will cover processing  costs to the village.  "' Should an application require special  attention an additional charge established by  council will be levied.  - Fresh from the Union of B.C.  Municipalities convention in Vernon. Aid.  Kurt Hoehne reported to council on a metric  conversion seminar he attended.  1 More than 95 per cent of the world community is using, the metric system of  messure and weight and ^Canada, as an exporting country, must convert in order to  survive the "competition in world markets,  Hoehne said.  Individuals should not be unduly affected  by the changeover because Canada has taken  the soft approach of voluntary gradual  conversion the Alderman said. The first  phase of the,program will be completed at  the end of this year and complete metric  conversion will not be in effect until 1980.  v Municipalities,   however,  are   another  \  story. Hoehne said a metric committee must  be formed to investigate existing bylaws  containing measures, conversion of traffic  signs, development plans, tools, water piping  and all inventories must be checked. Victoria  has agreed, to assist municipalities when  necessary.  \  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 2,1974  suggestions for winter pastimes, such as  square dancing, ballet, painting, and will  ��� include a B.C. travelogue. The first social of  the,feeason is planned for Oct. 19.  TOiere will be a children's harvest  thanksgiving service at the Church of His  Presence on Oct. 6 at 11:15 a.m. Donations  ' will be welcome and will be distributed after  the service to senior citizens. There will be no  church services on Oct. 20 because of the  renewal service of the Anglican church to be  held at the PNE Agrodome on that day.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook have left for their  new home in Chase. The new owners of their  Eureka property are Mr. and Mrs. A. J.  Savage from Port Coquitlam. Their youngest  child, 11-year-old Linda is still at home with  _ them.  Mrs. Dorothy Greene, after enjoying a  few pleasant .days in Vancouver, had an  interesting visit travelling home with Mrs.  Stanley Smith, the wife of Canon Smith of the  Mission to Seamen, who was on her way to  visit her daughter at Powell River.  CERTIFIED PIANO SERVICE  PIANO TUNING  �� electronically checked  �� workmanship guaranteed  Serving the Sunshine Coast 886-2783  �� regulating  �� repairs  \jj^s^^i!Kssmisam^sx!s��.  i  GOOD USED CARS  AND TRUCKS,  TRAILERS, etc.  PHONE: 885-2151  OR 886-2848  sunstiE  rentals  ffWMWWtfVfi.  ^^e^^^^^^^W^^^^SM^^^M.  \  i  jjiwli  S~JJfi!SSasSS3?!MS!4^  RICHPORT FOR  TO ALL M PENINSULA FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS:  As of now, my employer is Rlehport Ford Sales Limited.  I am also pleased to announce that thru Richport's Fleet & Lease Department I  will be able to look after your buying requirements for any make or model of a  new vehicle, plus an excellent selection of used cars and trucks.   *  One reason for my transfer here is now I will be able to once again merchandise  the heavy trucks that I am so often asked for.  Please be assured that with this change of Dealership & coupled with 29 years of  personal Ford sales on the peninsula, Richport & myself pledge the same  personalized service you have been accustomed to.  I will be making regular visits to the peninsula, so if I can help with your next  purchase, please write or phone collect for a visit at your convenience.  ;  RICHPORT FORD SALES LTD.  E.E. (Mickey) Coe  Bus. 273-7331  Res. 273-6747  ^AAh^^  initiating-a "Daytime Lights On" program. 7 have, to be a little careful how I word m$l  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� It becomes increasingly clear to me  that socialist politics are the politics of  resentment ��� a system based on penalizing  the man who struggles to better himself  while pandering, fco.the lazy and indifferent.  We see this ^philosophy in Bill 31 which  discriminates against ttie miner, prospector  and investor; Inbjll 105 which discriminates  against landlord and in Bill 75 which holds his  increases to 8r percent a year while permitting the union to demand whatever the  traffic will bear!  It is there in ICBC which penalizes the  man who works tp buy a bigger car and enjoy  the luxury of driving himself to work; in the  hundred million dollar welfare overspending���not to mention, the crippling of  Industry with ''super-taxes."  And while killing the goose that lays the  golden eggs miay sooth the resentment, and  envy of tho have nots, there is cold comfort in  picking the bones of a dead duck!  Patricia Young  1030 Nanton Ave.  Vancouver 9, B.C.  Noise? Wait til you  hear 747 at Richmond  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� What a delight to have a friendly,  competent servico such as Tyee, locally  owned and operated, hoty the Ideal 20- to 30^  minute connection to Vancouvor nnd Vancouver Island, If you hayo been lucky enough'  to watch this community grow for tho past 35  years you realize It's,part of tho community  backbone.  Mrcnift nolso? 'Certainly you aroidihg to'"  hoar planes If you,purchase land nround nn  airport. Yet, In Richmond, there nro pooplo  who do not want to lonvo their homes on tho  fringes of Vancouver, International Airport.  Ucnl planes hardly compare to tho 747 when  tho nolso of tholr take-off vlbntfcs all over ,  Richmond and the whole southern slope of  -Vancouver and oven the shores ot West  Socheit If tho wind la right,  Nolso you say? Well the thump of tho old  tugs used to wnko mo up nt night hut tho now  engines scream i nround tho bend from  Ponder taking npout three quartern of nn  hour to get out ol hearing rnngo, (linger  than �� flight on Tyoo to Vancouver.)  Ask anyone on Highway 101 what nolso Is I   Jtfs AjNn of transport trucks, heavy duty  trucks, ctfrp7 and motorcycles without  mufflers, Uio constant stream of ferry traffic  plus the, odd siren to keep tlio car drums  working, This nolso runs 24 hours �� day. Tyoo,  Is restricted to fly daylight hours only. To  nionltor roiil riolso^try Highway 1017���"  Whon these HttlG planes take off, the mint!  drifts hack pant Uio jot ago to tho days of my  youth when tho pace was slow and relaxed  7 and they sound wonderful to mo.  VclmaRccd  Highway 101  Secholt  t^^4's.obvious," said Maclean, "that a  ' vehicle with lights- on can be more readily  seen by o.ther traffic���particularly during  dull or rainy days. And driver with lights on  is an added reminder to our employees���and  other drivers���that safety is of prime importance."  B.C. Tel drivers throughout the province  are finding dashboard tags in all company  vehicles reminding them about the headlight  campaign. The tags also serve as a reminder  to switch off headlights after' parking. The  official start of the program was Monday,  September 9.  "If only one serious accident is prevented  through the use of daytime headlights," said  Maclean, "the program will have served its  purpose."  The Canadian Heart Foundation has a  nation-wide campaign to inform the public  about symptoms of heart attack and the need  to obtain immediate medical treatment.  column. You see The Peninsula Tinted  travels ail over the place. California is just*  one of the few places The Times goes. to.     ; .  I- just had a couple of nuts, bolts, screws  and a rubber bumper, fall out of my  typewriter but it's something like a model T  Ford, you can lose half the parts and.it,will  still work. Out there, somewhere, there,  must be someone with a portable typewriter,  that isn't falling topieces and will sell cheap  or trade or, I have a birthday coming next  year that I will gladly count ��� that would  make me 39, hummmmmmm.  Now, we have two more Friday nights  open to take in those who would like to learn  square dancing. We start right with your first  allemande left each night so its quite easy to  learn. You will have the best teachers,  naturally, so why not join us,.  I must get along so I will leave you with  this thought in mind: If you never stick your  neck out, you'll never get your head above  the clouds.  GIBSONS ��� Two young Gibsons residents  ore In St. Mary's Hospital following an accident Sept. 21 on Highway 101, ono quarter  of a mile south of tho Peninsula Hotel,  Police said William Lazarulk, 23, and  Debbie Jackson, 21,' were travelling on a  motorcycle north along the 101 when a 1905  Chevelle convertible operated by Kenneth  William Casey, 17, Secholt, went out of  control and was In .collision with tlio  motorcycle.  Both Lazarulk and his passenger lost a leg  in tho mishap but Casey and his passengers  were not injured. Damage to both vehicles'  was estimated at $1,000.,  , Casey has been charged with driving  without dure caro and attention,  lisle:  arsh World  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)  WILSON'S PHAIAROPE (Stooanopui tricolor) - An  Tirrtiaroatiri'o o'rrifi "otYrr^ttvo^^ciTcicI 11fori lc>"~t IvS"*"! I fia of"  |i>rAlrl^ ponds,, tho sprltoly pholaropo soonru  oqunlly nt home-, spinning nbout in circles on tho  water or dnshlng nbout on shore. Woll-llborotod,  1 he females of I hi s specie* wear I h�� more color-  ful plumage, toko lho Initiative In courting, and  lonvo iho mnlo to rnlso tho fnmllyl H)^  138. '7 A  GAMES OF CHANGE  Refreshments - Food  Tickets: $3.00 per person on sale now from any Lions  member or Jamieson Auto  Proceeds to Lions 1975  Retarded pd^^oTffiitioi.; ffibsons Page A-7
The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, October 2,1974
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department recently released deadline dates        The post office urges its customers to mail -  *j.
for mailing Christmas cards and parcels.   ', early this year and to include the postal code    i
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Unsealed cards sent at surface rates must
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Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Nov. 8 is
The forestry service motor launch A.L.
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ternational distinations at three different^   Steamships to Glazer and^Sternoff Metals of -
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Local devoted fans of the old Union ships |
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the Inlet. Rushton,-now retired,; was on the ■
A workshop for parents and teachers of     staff of the Union Company for 38 years in I
children with learning disabilities will be     various administrative capacities and he ,|
held in Chilliwack Oct. 17-19, Esther Reid,     edited the company's house organ, Union n
told The Times.                                           Steam. Books, and Stationery on Cowrie S ,
"This is an excellent workshop sponsored     Street, Sechelt, has copies of Rushton's '
* by the Chilliwack ACLD, "said Mrs.Reid.       history on order.                                     . 1
Highlights start with a tour of the school .      Incidentally, Rushton believes that the |
district resources centre at 45905 Hocking     late Major Harold Brown, at the helm of the 1
Avenue, Chilliwack on Oct. 17.                       company from 1924 to 1939, is the man .
"We will also arrange to visit some of the    responsible for our area being known as the J
special education classes."              '-      - ' Sunshine Coast.     -    . J-
,<■ '.Tlie workshop leader wflTbe"Dr. Oscar*   ' "If ydffhSvebeen"attemptiftg to*recall the* %
Christensen, consultant in counselling and    sound of the Union whistle, it was long |
psychology at the University of Arizona,     followed by two shorts and another long; a
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number of Lower Mainland, Vancouver    ©oCiZOOI Statt, Slates 1
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"Registration is limited," she continued     perhaps the board did not understand the §
"and interested persons should enclose a     function of the staff committees and should n
cheque to the secretary, the Association of    be clear on the matter before "making a J
Children with Learning Problems, PO Box'   decision. Mrs. Fisher then asked that other ■
, 422, Chilliwack, B.C."               '                  schools in the district be instructed to delay 1
For registration, include name, address,    their in-service days untilthe board has had "   |
postal code and telephone number. The cost    time to confer with the STA which is con- g
of workshop is $20 for professionals, $5 for    ducting a survey to establish the most per- !
students.                                                   tinent topics of concern within the district. B
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phoning Mrs. C. Fisher at 886^362 or Mrs.     subject to Hanna's approval of the morning Q
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Mpiiniaa^MiMMnMPVMMHWWMMMPMI^ \o.  t - ?  ��� 1:  ���*�����  ���">-  1  V. ��� 11,  * :*?y:-&  Ll:-.'.  JRIt*    cp:.     ^.-1. :����, r'% -. y.  f rt-jfa--  wwii. Juk.u^ .iw^^immiw .iW.^w.-W^^^W^Wt.^!,^.^M__BW-yjt _��WH^^  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  \  (E. &O.E.)  e .  BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE   i  A WELCOME sight for weary travellers  of the Gibsons to Sechelt portion of the  101 Highway. Pavement had become a  sorely missed luxury in that area.  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 2,1974  Repairs are to be made to the wharf at  Gibsons, under a $51,144 contract awarded to  Greenlees Piledriving Co. Ltd., Vancouver, it  was announced by Charles M. Drury, federal -  public works minister.  The firm submitted the only bid received  in response to a public call for tenders.  The wharf, which will require 1,400 linear  feet of piling and 13,000 board feet of treated  timber, has an approach of 39 feet by 370 feet  and a wharfhead of 100 feet by 150 feet.  The work, which will be completed by  May 1975, is being done to restore the wharf  to a condition where the present level of  service can be maintained and to add fire  protection facilities.  Plans and specifications for the project  were prepared for Environment Canada, in .  the Vancouver office of the federal department of public works. A. Marr, of that office,  is project manager.  Cooper's Green  cost /too high'  SECHELT ��� The asking price of Cooper's  Green is far of reach, Sunshine Coast  Regional District directors agreed at last  week's board meeting.  The board had earlier agreed that if Jim  Cooper, owner of the acreage on Redrooffs  Road, had stayed with the original price of  $100,000 as had been discussed, the regional  district would have purchased it for one third  or $33,000. The provincial government would,  according to Don Lockstead, MLA, have  agreed to pay two-thirds or $66,000.  Chairman Frank West said that  Lockstead said that the new price of nearly,  $300,000 'is far beyond the reach of the  government,' "and it's far beyond our reach.  We stuck our neck out for $33,000."  Every Thursday from 9:30 till dusk  Direct from the farm to you  D  a  ���  �� bunch carrots  �� cabbage  Q tomatoes  Q green onions  O beets  �� cauliflower  �� pumpkins  �� cucumbers  O savoy & red cabbage  Location: at flashing light in Sechelt  Wharf Rd.  Irly Bird  Marketplace   Dolphin St.  Yes, we will be there Oct. 3rd.  your new National component-iiiiiSt ,hoine  If you have been hesitating about building this late in the year... or if  your builder cannot get started now on your home, look \6 National for  action; After all, one 6  quick enclosure (a matter of hours instead of days!). National is ready  to go to work on the hopne of your choice on receipt of your order.  Building Service and Delivery on National's Normal Schedule .. .  and That's Prompt!  'MAILCOUPOHT00/1Vr^  "national homes limited spt  I ��<>x 245, Abbotsford, B.C. VZS 4N0 y |  I am Interested in moro Information about your   homo  I packages.   No   clinrgo^r, obligation. |  | .   NAMFi   .  . (,.,,  |  ,,,,.,.,,  I  ,. 1  I  ���  I  ��� I  ���  I  I  ���  <  I  a  I  I |  "     fVDDftFaSS   a a,,...- -a. a -  "  Local Arcn Sales nnd Service ,.,  i * i t i i t i t t t ��� ��� > �� ��� t ��� ��� * ' * ��� *  ..���phone..;*.-....,-   885*27  SECHEU  SECHELT INLET ��� WATERFRONT HOME #3-249  A fine, permanent, 2 bedroom home, VA baths, good w/V/ carpeting. Elec. heat. Good utility room and adequate storage under  house." Safe swimming, good boating, and near marina. 100 of  beach, facing west. Asking $49;000 with terms. Cash offers con-  .    sidered. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  DUNHAM ROAD ��� - ... f,��^"2f2  A useful  lot, 70'xl50', cleared, hydro and water installed; also  septic tank, for mobile home removed by previous owner A-frame  shed on property, an ideal site for a mobile home, not far from  Port Mellon, and only ,$7,500 FP. Jack White,,886-2935 eves7  WEST SECHELT - NOR WEST BAY ROAD #7"3"1m5  Large Jot-approx. % acre-cleared and partially developed mobile  home site. Hydro & regional water available. Only Wi miles from  Sechelt in a rapidly developing residential area. Value priced at  $14,000. Bob Kent, 885-9461 eves.  SELMA PARK ��� VIEW- LOT ~ f3-271  Large view lot on quiet street. Located about 3 streets off Highway 101 on Nestman Road. Gentle slope, nicely treed and in an  of  new construction.   Lovely  view  over Trail   Islands,   t-r  area  $15,000   Lee Brown, 885-2437 eves.  OPPOSITE" GOLF  COURSE ���     **-$*  Approximately 1 acre, directly across from Sunshine Coast faolt &  Country Club. With gazetted 66' road allowance on one side and  90' on Highway 101, 78' on south boundary line. Great Building  site with lots of trees still left on property. Bring your golf clubs  ond "enjoy your retirement. FP $12,500. Pat Murphy, 885-9487  eves  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION .       #19-3-274  Excellent corner lot 80'xl00' in new subdivision near arena; only  a short walk to beach. Water and hydro available. F.P. $11,500.  C. R. Gathercole, 886-2785 eves  VIEW HOME ��� HOPKINS LANDING '     #3-3-279  'Ideal situation for retirement, has revenue suite fully furnished.  Handy to ferry, store, P.O. etc. There's much to be seen in this  place, available on terms for $42,000 FP. Jack White, 886-2935  eves.  ENGLISH TUDOR & VIEW TOO! ' ���..      #3-280  Nearly 3 acres of country estate with 269' of sea frontage, a  breath  taking   view!   Fahtastic!   3   bedroom   English   tudor  style  home.  Pretty as-a picture! A novel  tudor style A-frame work '  shop and 2nd storey guest space self-contained. Lovely grounds.  FP. $89,000 some terms   Robt. Kent, 885-9461 eves.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� SECHELT I #3-256  Fully modern 2 bedroom home on-a level sandy waterfront lot.  12361 sq. ft. on main floor, 1200 sq. ft. on bottom level. Rich  carpets throughout. White Georgia marble fireplace in large  living room beautiful Spanish design kitchen. Fully finished rec.  room and hobby room. 3 car garage and completely landscaped.  Preview this on our TV. FP. $97,500 (terms) Lee Brown,  885-2437 eves.  THREE LOVELY VIEW LOTS ��� SUNSHINE H^ff6^/68m2"  Beautiful view of the Sechelt Inlet from these fully serviced lots,  close to future 200 boat marina and a short walk to the new-ice*  arena 2 minute walk to waterfront, and 1V�� miles to Sechelt village. Priced range from $13,000 to $14,500. Come on over with  a couple of friends and buy these lots for your retirement or tor  -     future potential. Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  HERE'S A BUY! #5-3-281  Cottage on big lot (1O0'x.50') on Gower Point Road for only  $22,000 full price. Jack White, 886-2935 eves.  BIRD IN THE HAND! v #3-203  Really some in the bush too! Large lot has hydro, city water, and  peek-through-view.   Handy  to  black  topped   access   beach   and  = boating   Flat land with paved road, asking $12,500 with terms.  Robt Kent, 885-9461 eves.  / 4.6 ACRES ��� OLDERSHAW ROAD ' #3-132  '   .Acreage with a view! Heavily treed with a cleared building site.  Gentle sothern slope. A fine parcel of land and well priced at  $24,900. Lee Brown, 885-2437 eves.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� DAVIS BAY #3-177  Charming 2 bedroom home approx, 1200 sq. ft. on a full basement  with 60' of the finest beach. Lovely landscaped gardens, with a  tree house gazebo, and a sauna bath on the beath. Fireplace in  living room for those cosy winter evenings, Waterfront homes like  this seldom come on the market and this is a buy at $64,700. (  Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves  RURAL CONVENIENCE #9-3-283  More than 15 acres of level land, 2% acres cleared, fenced etc.,  with chafmlng small house being renovated by owner. Fruit trees,  duck pond, several outbuildings, own water system. Only 2 miles  .from Gibsons, just off the highway. Excellent agricultural potential in' this property. $62,500 buyer might assume $27,500 mortgage. Jack White, 886-2935 eves.  NO NEED FOR HIGH PRICED MEAT! #3-233  Tidy and neat Roberts Creek, Compact home. Minimum care.  Gives lots of time to garden and proximity to easy ocean access  makes leisure fishing and boating a breeze, Nearly an acre of  ground about half for garden with a winding stream In back. We  ask $29,500 but Will take all offers. Bob Kent, 885-9461 eves,  SIDE-BY-SIDE ��� MAsl<ELL ROAD #3-232  Two lots side by sldo. Gentle slopo, nicely treed, Lot sizes 92.5 x  113'. Serviced with hydro and regional water. Lovoly vlow and very  close to the beach   FP $12,000 each, Leo Brown, 885-2437 oves.  21  WOODED ACRES ��� ROBERT CREEK #3-248  Over 700' highway frontaoo opposite golf course. Zoned Rural  Holdlng-5 acres minimum, Watch for Iho signs, $130,000 half  cash  C, R. Gathorcolo, 886-2785 oves.  DAVIS BAY ��� 2 BEDROOM ���  VIEW ' #3-176  Monoy talksl This is a modest but  sound homo, owner asks $28,000 and  Is anxious, Wo aro Instructed to take  cash offers, All rooms oood slzo, propane hoa\, carport, Lot slzo 60'xl50'  aroa of good homos Don Haddon,  895.9504 OYOS.,  MOTEL BY BEACH #3-221  Woll kept and busy, this ton unit  motol Is wo|| equipped and patronized,  and In finest location In tho aroa. Excellent ono bodroorp owner's quarters  and laroo storage, Only III health  dictates salo, Requires $60,000 down  Good torms on balance, to total of  $ 140,000, Don Haddon, 885-9504 '  ovos,  WATERFRONT ACREAGES ���  REDROOFFS WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS  Prices range from $16,000 up to $20,500 best buys on the Coast.  Several -waterfront acreages 1.5 plus on the Redrooffs Road. All  with electricty available and good indications for well water.  These lots are steep to the water, but there is access to| the  beach, all have good building sites close" to the road. Pat  Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  GOWER POINT #372;23  Semi waterfront view lot on corner with ready access to sea. Nice  selection of trees, regional water.  100'xl30\ FP. $13,500 Jadf.  Warn, 886-2681.  CLOSE TO BEACH #11-3-191  Try your offer on this lot on Metcalfe Road, size 70'xl 1 T, hydro  and water available, handy ta bus line and very close to beach.  Listed for $10,000. Jack White, 886-2935 eves.     -  HALF ACRE ��� WEST SECHELT ' P'2??,  No foolin! Full price, with regional water hook up, paid for. 75  frontage by 295' deep. This lot is zoned for mobile home (R-2)  Land has been mostly cleared   Only short distance to Sechelt or  to beach. FP. $8,900. Robt Kent, 885-9461 eves.  CLOSE TO THE SEA ��� DAVIS BAY #3-266  Relax, surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds, while you  listen to the waves lap on the beach. That's how close to the  ocean you are in this beautiful 3-bedroom home. Full wall fireplace in large living room. Well equipped kitchen. A home I'd  love to show you FP $54,900. Preview this on our TV. Lee  Brown, 885-2437 eves.  ONE ACRE PARCEL ON REDROOFFS RD. #3-166  Lovely treed acre on Redrooffs Road. Electricity available and good  well' water indicated by homes on either side. For that fresh  country feeling-come to The Sunshine Coast and get your piece of  land before it's all gone. FP $14,000 Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  RETIREMENT OR STARTER ' #3-267 ,  Comfortable single bedroom cottage on excellenf park-like  lot,  100'x200', one mile from Sechelt. Westerly exposure, splendid ���  view Immediate possession Reasonable terms-on $26,500. C. R.  Gathercole, 886-2785 eves.  GIBSONS RURAL #6-3-154  8 acres prime farm land. Frontage on 2 roads. Regional-water.  Convenient to village $38,000 terms. Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves.  -YOUR OWN RETIREMENT SAVINGS PLAN #3-110  Buy this commercial trailer court with 18 serviced, mobile home  spaces, hooked to regional water and underground wjring plus  . cable TV. In addition, there's room to double the capacity while  you enjoy a 3 bedroom home with the attendant luxuries of a full  sized heated swimming pool. Pool side change and sauna cabana.  We ask $190,000 FP with terms. Remember little physical effort,  large return. Bob Kent, 885-9461 eves.  SELMA PARK - VIEW HOME #17-3-263  A truly wonderful water view from this fine 2 bedroom post and  beam home, built for owner about 6 years ago Big landscaped  lot, 146'xl21'. Large living room, plus family room with fireplace. 1% baths. 2-car carport and workshop. Asking $55,000  Try your price. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  LOVELY VIEW LOT ��� LAUREL RD., DAVIS BAY        #3-230  Well treed lot on quiet road with view of the Georgia Straits and  two blocks from the best beach on the Coast. Lovely building site.  FP. $12,000 Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  MORE THAN AN ACRE #24-3-245  Level wooded land on Redrooffs Rd.,_hydro and bus available.  Zoned R-2. Road allowance at back provides subdivision potential.  1974 taxes only $58.67. FP. $14,000 terms might work. Jack  White, 886-2935 eves.  ~NORWEST BAY ROAD ��� WOODED LOT #3-246  Excellent home  site,  mobile  homes permitted.  Services:   hydro,  phone  and  regional  water.  Only   1%  miles to Sechelt  centre.  $14,000 half down, balance at 9Vz per cent. C. R. Gathercole,  886-2785 eves  ROBERTS CREEK���GENTLE SLOPE WATERFRONT #3-241  Over 900' gently winding drive thru lovely old trees, to a fine  piece of south exposure, stony beach, really a lovely property. Two  homes one rented, one owner occupies, both 2 bedroom and fireplace. Owner's also has two insulated attic rooms! Fine for swim-  '' ming and fishing, and so quiet. Asking $84,000 FP with terms  offered. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  KENT'S KWIET KOZY KORNER #3-239  West Sechelt has a corner lot that's as quiet-as-can-be, with a  dead end paved road frontage of 148' A wooded property with  just the right southern slope to accommodqte your dream home, A  building restriction clause to keep out the cheaples and enhance  values in the future fine buy at $15,500 FP. Offers invited by  Robt Kent, 885-9461 eves.  1  I  SMALL 5 ACRE FARM ��� WAKEFIELD .AREA  #3-215  Grab this one-everything is here that you need to start you off  with a "hobby farm" "market garden" or "riding stables". Approx. 5 acres cleared and fenced with a 3 bedroom older type  home. A 16'x12' cabin, a barn-32'x28', and an equipment shed  50'x20' with work shop, ^mall orchard, and a well on tho  property, Regional water Is only a quarter of a mile away, and  water rights could be applied for on creek nearby. FP, $65,000  terms, Pat Murphy, 885-9487 eves.  BIRD'S EYE VIEW > #3217  87' frontage on paved, quiet residential road. Serviced with dry  water and hydro too, 157' depth gives lots of room to breathe  yot take advantage of a really fine view. Wo ask $13,500 on  terms but will take cash offers. More? Coll Robt, 885-9461 oves.  LEISURE TIME HIDE-AWAY AND INFLATION HEDGE #15-3-250  1,38 acros with (404' on Doris Road. Beautifully treed, Subdivision  potential Into 3 or 4 lots. Twenty mlnutos from Langdalo ferry,  FP. $10,000. C. R  Gathorcolo, 886-2785 eves.  m  WEST SECHELJ ���  HUGE LOT #3-269  0,69 acros of privacy, 1197 road  frontage, Many largo troos, nice rocky  aroas, and good building sites, Bulla,  retain troos, and koep a wator'view.  FP $19,500, $10,000 cash required,  torms op balanco, Don hjadclon, 885-  .','... 9504'ovos,  SELMA PARK ~  HERE'S' A BUY '#3-282  Larpo cleared lot hlqh atop Nestman  Rd. This lot will havo groat potential  for future development, But prlcod  lovv for quick salo, FP $7,900 (terms?)  Hurry for this ono, Leo Drown 005-  2437 ovos.    -  DAVIS DAY���VIEW LOT , #3-243  Cloarod corner lot. flno view of Gulf,  2 blocks to Bandy boachi: Lot also 60'x ���  151', Hydro, water, cabla vision, Asking $l3,50lVonly $4,000 down, bal-  anco at current Interest, Don Haddon,  005-9504 ovos,  . .I .-.-  SECRET COVE,lA ACRE_LQT,J3-229  Do you want to goj away from It all?  Hero is a woll!'trood lot within ono  block of Iho watorfront on Iho long  at prc*ont-a real challenge for that  arm In Socrot Covo, No rxnyor or wator  ploneorlng spirit, Lot "slzo,9l'x276'.  FP $9,000, Pat Murphy, 805-9407  ovos,  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ~u Phono "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 houw)  nn**wn*mn*K**m*n.*n*umn**mm*A��m*mH**m*>im*nnMn*m****nma*u**Kmn*nmm  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Looion Building, Secholt.  EVERY THURS,���8:00 p.m., Blnoo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  EVERY THURSDAY���8 p.m., Introductory lecture. Transcendtal Meditation as taujjht by Mahqrlshl Yogi, Cowrie St., Secholt.  EVERY SATURDAY���2-4 p.m., Transcendental Mediation Introduction.  Cowrie St., Secholt.  Oct. 1���7 P.m, Registration night for first Socholt Scoutu at St,,Hilda's  Ha|l ,   ' ;,    . ���  OCT. 2���8 p,m��� St. Hilda's Hall, Secholt; Socholt Garden Club,  tOCT, 2���7-8 p.m.i Wilson Creok Scout and Cub registration night,  "' ,"'"*" '*" WllwpCrook'CubrHall.' '*"" -��������---���"���'���'��� ;"-"��������-- ���   ��� *  OCT 3���7:30 p,m���' Curling mooting qt arena, Everybody wolcome. For  Information call 885-295?.  OCT. 5���8 p.m., Bridge nloht at tho Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club, 7  OCT, 6���2 p.m., The Coast Family Socloty will hold a general meotlna  In Roberts Creek Legion Hall, Everybody welcome,  OCT, 7���8p,m��� Anyone Interested In drama, music and general theatre  happenings should attend mooting at Selma Park Hall, For  further Information call 885-2955,  OCT. 0 & 15���7:30 p,m��� Duplicate Brldgo, Anglican Church Hall,  Glbsons7Admlss|on $1,00. <  OCT, 10���2-4 p,m,,G|bsona UCW Fall Tea and Bazaar, United Church  1    Hall, Gibsons, Admission SOp 'Incl. tea,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAU ESTATE  MultlpU Listing Sanrlc*  Vancouvtr  Rtal   litat*.  Board   REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  m  -fS  ���  AGEI  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hours)  i  Vancouver Phono 689-5838  ICIES LTD.  Dox 128, Secholt, B.C.  *\ Section B  Wednesday, October 2,1974  Poges 1-8  , i  JOUVTOERra  SECRET COVE  Excellent Cuisine and Accommodation ,  11 MILES FROM'SECHELT - 885-9998  Regional goals and aims .  I      * - .  "**  *w  IT LOOKS worse than lt is. Winds blew    There  were  no  injuries  or  major  three telephone poles down along Davis   damage.  Bay in a storm last Thursday morning.  Sechelt News Notes  Drama, comedy, musicals���all aspects of  a little theatre group were discussed at a  meeting of interested participants answering  Mrs. Ronnie Dunn's call in The Times.  A public meeting will be held Oct. 7,  Monday, 8 p.m., at Selma Park Hall for  anyone interested in any aspect tof the  theatre. It is a friendly group so drop in and  add your talent.  Sept. 21 the Bob Barclays of Roberts  Creek attended their granddaughter's  wedding in Pemberton. Nancy Harris  married Mark Jobson. Breaking with  tradition Nancy gave her Ibridal bouquet to  her grandmother, Mrs. Jean Barclay. The  young couple went to Banff for their  'honeymoon but left the snow that fell'there',-  Peggy Coan��r  for the Sunshine Coast spending a week with  Nancy's grandparents. Following their'visit,  the Barclays are enjoying the company of  friends from Saturna Island, Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Vincent.  Visitors to the 0. Johnsons of West Sechelt  are daughter Alda and John Graham from  Anchorage, Alaska.  Too hot to hunt, say Chuck and Peggy  Ayer, returning from a trip to Fort St. John.  Still traces of snowfall in the bushes in that  area. They gave up on the hunting , enjoyed  the scenery and visited with friends in Chase  where it was in the 70s. The past week  nephew Stephen Foley from Squamish has  been Staying with the Ayefs. "  s?  I.-  r>  ���i  i  I  Winds that whipped Davis Bay early last  Thursday morning downed three telephone  poles knocking out service to Pender Harbour and the immediate vicinity.  . A British Columbia Telephone spokesman  said crews were on the scene at 5 a.m. to  clear Highway 101 for traffic and by 7:30  a.m. telephone service to Pender Harbour  was restored.  All telephones were back in order and new  pbles erected by the end of the day.  The spokesman said plans have been  made to remove the whole line of telephone  poles along the Bay and switch the cables to  the hydro poles.  By Adrian Stott  Regional planner  Sunshine Coast  When the B.C. government divided the  province into regional districts, the only,,  mandate given initially to each district was  that of community planning,-^ lead to the  adoption of an official regional plan. The  Sunshine Coast Regional District now has  many other functions, but the production of a  regional plan remains an important duty.  , During the past few years, the district's  planning department has been gathering  information to form an accuradte description  of. the region. Such a description is the  preliminary step of any c6mmunity planning  project. The .district was more fortunate in  this regard because the report written last  year concerning this area by a group of UBC  -planning students contained much of the  necessary information.  Now, in order to continue progress  towards a regional plan, the regional district  board has directed that a policy be formulated regarding the location of  development in the region.  To produce an acceptable policy of any  kind, it is first necessary to determine what  Ihe policy is to accomplish ��� is it important  to know where you are going before you try to  get there. So, to guide the formation of this  and other future policies of the regional  district, it is intended to first establish some  overall goals for the planning and direction  of the Sunshine Coast.  It .is often difficult to avoid thinking of  definitions of community goals as being  pious statements about what government  hopes to do some day. However, it is intended  to use the adopted goals as points of  reference for future regional district  governmental action. So residents of the  Sunshine Coast, whether in the villages or in  the rural areas, are urged to consider what  principles they wish to guide the planning of  their "community.  If you disagree with the goals proposed, or  if you feel additions or changes should be  gps*::*:::^  I   1st. GIBSONS CUB & SCOUT   1  Ever wondered where something goes  when it goes up the Yirig Yang? Ying Yang  Creek is in the Klondike Valley, near Dawsort'  City, Yukon.  made to the statement below, please make  your feelings known to the Regional District.  GOALS FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  It is suggested that the oyerall'goal of the  planning of the SCRD be: To maintain and  enhance the livability of the region.  The livability of an area is that quality  that make the area a pleasant place to live.  Livability considerations include those  related to:..    (a) Health and safety;  (b) Convenience of facilities and  amenities;  > (c) Local economic stability; and  (d) Residents' personal satisfaction with  their physical and cultural environment.  To maintain the livability of the region,  it is suggested that it is desirable to preserve  existing valued features of the area. Particularly important valued features include:  (a) The sight of and access to natural  surroundings throughout the region;.. (b  A peaceful, rural atmosphere;  (c) A friendly, personally oriented  community; and  (d) A clean environment.  To enhance the livability of the region, it  iPffl  is suggested that it is desirable to achieve  certain conditions in the area. Particularly  important desirable conditions include:  (a) The adequate supply of utilities arid  services to developed areas;  .(b) Moderation in local service taxation;  and  (c) An increase in community facilities,  provided that the increase does not conflict  with other regional goals.  The statement of goals above is only a  proposal. It is presented for public consideration, and your comments are most  welcome. Comments should "be "direcMI  either to your, elected representative  directly, or to:  - Sunshine Coast Regional District, P.O.  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0.' '  door to door pickup  |:iy _ , or bottle depot  * ���:.: " r rear of Supier-Valii' r       '"*  Yukoners have been fond of calling the  many small creeks in the territory after the  names of animals. Some are duplicated. For  example: There are two fox creeks, two goat  creeks, two lynx, two rabbit, two fish and two  mosquito, and two sheep creeks. There is  also one Ark Mountain.  EH��BI  EH  &:  ���:-:-y.-:->:-:-:->'.-:-:-'M  SPECIAL BINGO  r*:*:*:**  ���-���-���-���-���������������-���-���ww.)  Increased Game Prizes^^^��S  Everyone Welcome  l&B-  GIBSONS���Department of highways has Officials said the new route will ac-  completed a rough survey of the first leg of a commodate growth in the area as well as  new coast highway. encourage new development.  Aid. Kurt Hoehne reported to council A rough survey .of the Langdale to  Sept, 24 that the new road would run along Gilmore Road leg has been done and when  the power Une from Langdale to Earls Cove, . the rest of the route has been surveyed the  and connect with Highway 101 at Gilmore Department will establish the highway  Road. layout.   When  initial  stages  have  been  In an interview later, the alderman said completed, Hoehne said, construction will  the upper route would eliminate through    begin.  traffic in villages and residential areas and        No completion date has been set for the  should do away with the present bottlenecks    project,  in Gibsons and the Davis Bay, Selma Park  areas. ���  Plans include upgrading 101, taking' out  curves and bumps, Hoehne said. "The  department has already spent a considerable  amount of money upgrading the strip from  Port Mellon to Halfmoon Bay for local  traffic."  lp��^��5��_5^S^  Brings you..  Correct Fitting Quality  :  Scum,  &��M.   (fafat���&  6&tf& and yfrttk  OOOD SELECTION OF HUNTING NEEDS  ���' ���" ���"-"' ������"-���'������ ������     -       ��� ��� ;-1 1, -    -|lrrn-n-rT-rr-rnl-lin-ilDil-'iillTir[nr:i.ll ,r p-mn n. iiii..ii,iiiLirm.ii    . n .  Heritage Sheik Box of 20 303 ��� *6J5  Box j/!JbM/M~'*M.  Box of 25 12 Gauge ~'4.95  Cowrie St., Sechelt  Phone 885-2512 V   ,  This week on CBC  By Maryanne West 7   , ,  Did you miss' Dr.  Bandolo's .weekly'  Pandemonium Medicine Show last night?  All is not lost. Due'to the fall schedules  starting this week, listeners to late evening '  programming will find some of their  favorites have.been re-scheduled, some  sadly.have been discontinued and others are  now only heard on FM v-~ unavailable to the  Sunshine Coast still.  A quick run down may help, you relocate:  CBC Playhouse 10:30 pm Sunday.  \ Ideas ��� only on the FM network.  Dr. Bandolo's Pandemonium will now be  heard on Fridays at 7:30 pm ��� part of As it  Happens replacing Friday Theatre.-  Drama from the BBC 11:03 Tuesday is  discontinued.  U.S. Teams  vs  Canadian Teams  PageB-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 2,1974  !%,��� �����������*���"�����,�����������������������������.-��.�����.'��. -����� �����-��.�����.����������-��.�����.'�����' -_; -w* ����� -�������.-��.. a  LEGION HALL 109   !  f  i  i  Doors open it a.m. - 6 p.m. \  Everyone Welcome  No Admission Charge  MUL8.1.1.<.��.^^^atU*TYfWY^^^^Tffrni  FROM THE JUNGLE TO IHE BYM..  ; He's a winner     he's 3 sainger  p       'liiT        JAN MICHAEL     JCWI       ROSCOtHEl  I CONWAY VINCENT AMOS BROWNE  '    GUOM. OlfUUUMMaKT  It's fractured X;*  end (tying ���:':  .akls...lt'��s '���<:  SNOW BALL! '���>  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  ,     . Oct. 3,4,5  Starting 7 P.M.  Matinee Sat., 1P.M.  -TIME MAGAZINE  1   9  fft��\  :1_J  _��� .   Karen Black  Christopher Plummer  WARNING l~ Son Murder ond tho OCCULr-R.'w,  Mcdonald, b,c, director,  Sun., Mon., Tues.  , Oct, 6,7, a  8 P.M.  iTOLBGISTTHEAT^j  I Gibsons 886-2827     I  ���ft ,   , ' ���!$  ��VS*^iS,l*A%*iiS*��^%*i)V��%'��'fVi'��'^V%%VViiV"V%V<*��V*��,��%'i"%%V��*��,iV��VJ  Inside from ��� the Outside winter  replacement for Travels with Aunt Jane ���  new time Saturday 11:03 am  The Bush and the Salon 11:03 Wednesdays  ���new time Friday at 9 pm. Let the-Peoples,  , Sing, Fridays at 10:30 ��� the finals of this  year's competition on Themes and  Variations tomorrow Thursday at 8:03 pm. -  Thursday and Friday 11:03 .concerts have  been discontinued. Also discontinued the  afternoon, music program Souvenirs 1:30-2  pm ��� replaced by, Monday, Critics on Air,  Tuesday, Arts, Review, Wednesday and  Thursday ��� TBA and Friday Arts Review.  WEDNESDAY OCT. 2  Max Ferguson 3:30 pm Monday through  Friday ��� satire and music Ferguson style.  Pacific Express 4:10 pm weekdays new hosts  of this afternoon talk and news show are Alan  Garr and Judy Piercey.  ' Concern 8:03 pm The Farm ��� this week's  program examines rural life ��� what it was,  ��� what it is and what it may be in the future;  the-myths and , realities of a deeply  traditional society in the midst of powerful  changes. As disaffected city dwellers move  back to the country in search of lost values  the small farms of past generations are being  swallowed by giant corporate enterprises.  Country Road 10:30 pm to midnight  Country and western music hosts, Vic Mullen  and Frank Cameron ��� the program will  feature interviews with, artiste, recordings  and live concerts. Live concert by Vic Mullen  tat the Hickories, interview with Shirley  Eikhard, records presented by the Stone  County Wireless Company. Produced in  Halifax.  THURSDAY OCT. 3 /  Team Canada '74 vs USSR from Moscow  ~ 9:30 am.  Themes and Variations 8:03 pm Finals of  the international choral competition Let the  Peoples Sing. School class:- Finland vs  United Kingdom; youth class:- Hungary vs  Sweden; equal voice class:- Finland vs  United Kingdom; mixed voice class:-  Austria vs France.  Part 11 ��� Tony Thomas speaks with  Arthur, Fiedler about his life and work, and  plays some of his best known recordings  made with the Boston Pops.  Jazz ... Radio Canada 10:30 pm to midnight  emphasis on Canadian performers and  composers. Tonight -concert by Pacific Salt  at Courtenay, and a concert by Nimmons-n-  Nine Plus Six at Riverdale Collegiate,  Toronto. Hosts Lee Major and Mary Nelson  from Winnipeg.  FRIDAY OCT. 4  Between   Ourselves   8:03   pm   Mobile  Fringe Society looks at the people who live in  trailers, motor homes and mobile homes in  B.C. An estimated 10-20 per cent of the  population live "in trailer courts tucked away','  W the^ufckirfe' of diti^' and smah: towns;,v  " "around the province.' Prepared by Jurgen    ,  Hesse who himself lives in a mobile home.  The Bush and the Salon 9 pm Isaac  Jogues, by Peter Haworth, is based on the  letters and diaries of a Jesuit priest who  became a martyr at the hands of the Iroquois '  in 1646, aged 37. After working in Huronia  with Father  Brebeuf,  Jogues  was  held  prisoner and tortured, but escaped and fled  to Holland and France. On his third mission  the Iroquois killed him.        ,   ...  Major Procession 10:30,to midnight ��� a  new weekly rock show from Winnipeg ���  hosts Jim Millican and Lee Major.  SATURDAY OCT.5  Team Canada '74 vs USSR from Moscow  at 8:03 am  Opera by Request 3:03 pm Featured  opera ��� Rossini's The Barber of Seville.  CBC Stage 8:03 pmThe General's Tea  Party by Boris Vain, translated from the  French by Simon Watson Taylor, adapted for  radio by Francois Jourdan. A black comedy  about a French prime minister who notifies  his general they must declare war to aleviate  the current economic situation ~ but against  whom?  My Word,9 pm A new 13-week series of  this popular BBC word game, a mixture of  wit and erudition from Dilys Powell, critic,  Ann Scott-James, journalist and Frank Muir  and Denis Norden who make the dictionary  read like fiction.  Anthology 10:03 pm Two In tlie Bush, a  short story especially commissioned from  Audrey Thomas of Vancouver. Also new  poetry by Hungarian-born poet and broadcaster Robert Zend.  Vancouver Symphony Orchestra 11:03 pm  ,   conducted by Kazuyosbl Aklynma; Steven  Stnryk, violin, Violin Concerto No.l In D Op  19 niid Romeo and Juliet; Prokoflcff.  ' SUNDAY OCT C  , .��� ,������ Team Canada '74 vs USSR from Moscow  at B:03 am.  Capital   Report   12:05  pm   Analytical  reports, from across Canada and around theV  world on the week's headlines plus quotes  from domestic/dailies. Host Peter Ward.    .,  B.C. Folio' 1:03 .pm About British/  Columbians for British Columbians,.  Cross Country Check-up 2:10 pm ���  Canada's cross, country open-line phone-in  show-host Harry Elton..  Vancouver Chamber Orchestra 9:03 pm  Concert recorded at the CBC 1974 Festival of  Music. Ingrid Suderman, soprano; Phyllis  Mailing, mezzo-soprano; Roland Birmingham, bass; conducted by John Avison.  MONDAY OCT. 7 7 ~  Critics at Large 1:30 pm reviews of the;  arts in B.C.       7  As it Happens 6:03 pm weekdays ��� a live,  phone-out current' affairs program host  Barbara Frum and Alan Maitland.  Music  of our People  8:03  pm  Ivan  Romanoff, chorus and orchestra with guest.  calypso singer Dick Smith.  Identities 8:03 pm Three former prisoners  of war, Erich Koch, author, Karl Renner "  with Radio Canada International and in-;  ternationally-known pianist, John Newmark,  recall the circumstances which led to their  abrupt arrival in Canada.  y The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 with  Terry Mulligan.  TUESDAY OCT. 8  -    Team Canada '74 exhibition game with  " Czechoslovakia from Prague at 12 noon.  , a CBC Tuesday Night 8:03pm Part 1 Poems  of David Jones read by:Powys Thomas and  Henry Comor, program compiled by George  Whalley, of Queen's University. ������  Part 11 ��� From the Earthly Paradise,  Colette in her own words, a re-creation of the  French writer by actress Denise Palletier ���  who won an ACTRA award for her role in this  production, first broadcast last November,  the centennial of Colette's birth in 1873.  Touch the Earth 10:30 pm contemporary  folk .music ��� host Sylvia Tyson..   ,  TELEVISION ,    > *   '  WEDNESDAY OCT. 2  Expos Baseball St. Louis Cardinals meet  the Expos at Jarry Park, 5 pm. Last  televised game of the season. ~  THURSDAY OCT.3  House of Pride 7:30 pm Episode 3 ��� Ross  Pride, a Toronto insurance man and Ontario  MP finds his plan for the Pride family farm  do not have the'backing of the clan.  Stompin Tom Connor part, in studio  concert, part travelogue, 9 pm.  Adrienne at Large, 10 pm.  Some Honorable Members Patrick  Watson talks with back benchers of the new  parliament, 10:30 pm.  FRIDAY OCT. 4  Tommy Hunter returns for JOth season ���  .special guest Jim Stafford, 9 pm.  SATURDAY OCT. 5  CFL Football 11 am Edmonton Eskimos  vs Toronto Argonauts.  Family fun ...  Tonights feature ...  By Allan Crane  The -audience at last Wednesday's  presentation of the Kwahtahmoss Film  Society at the Twilight Theatre, Gibsons, saw  in M (A City in Search of a Murderer) an  impressive and thoroughly entertaining  motion picture with a particularly  memorable performance from Peter Lorre  as Becker, the compulsive child murderer.  No one seemed to be disappointed with this  fine film:  The wealth of action and generally rapid  pace of that motion picture is in contrast to  the leisurely pace of this week's movie,  Ludwig, a lavish production which deals with  the life of Ludwig, often known as the Mad  King of Bavaria, from his coronation in 1864  through his deposition because of his'excesses until his, mysterious death by  drowning in 1886. The exaggerated rococo  castles linderhof and Neuschwanstein which  he built are among the most popular tourist  attractions in Bavaria.  Succeeding to the throne at the age of 19;,  struction of fantastic chateaux, while he at  the__same time indulges in unnatural  pleasures. The state council deserts him, and  the king dies tragically,       *   -  With his usual sense of decor and setting  wliich patrons of the Film Society will  remember from Death in Venice if they saw  it, Luchino Visconti has created an impressive historical fresco around the tormented character whose story he is telling.  The construction appears somewhat  fragmented and the tempo is slow, but interest is maintained by the high quality of the  production. The image is created of constant  beauty, and the'musical track is admirably  chosen an executed.  The film is in color of course and is in wide  .screen format,' and it features an international cast with the handsome German  actor Helmut Berger creating an enigmatic  and intriguing king and Silvano Magnano,  Trevor Howard and Romy Schneider in well  executed supporting roles.'  GIBSONS ��� A Walt Disney double feature  ��� will be shown at Twilight'Theatre, Thursday  through Saturday, Oct. 3-5.  The double bill is The^World's Greatest  Athlete and Snowball Express. -  , The films will start at 7 pm to give the kids  .a chance to get home and there will be a  Saturday matinee at 2 pm.  World's/Greatest Athlete features Jan-  Michael Vincent who is dubbed "a teen  Tarzan."      '  The film starts off with perennial loser ,  college coach John Amos and assistant Tim  jConway touring Africa when, they come  , across Jan-Michael1 who has remarkable  athletic ability. The result is pure vintage  Disney with lots of laughs.,  The second feature on ,the double bill,  Snowball Express, is guaranteed to keep  youngsters and their, parents alike entertained. Filmed in the Colorado Rockies it  is one of those zany family comedies as only  the Disney folks can make them.  Starring .Dean Jones as a disallusioned  New York executive and his wife, Nancy  Olson, who escape the rigors of big-city living  to move to a run-down hotel in the mountain  wilderness.  .   One of the highlights of the film is an  exciting snowmobile race..  On Oct. 6-�� will be The Pyx, starring"  Christopher Plummer and Karen Black.  Film time is 8 pm.  KiligLiudwigirofBavaria'taintsto'Uc6ttie'^/i^''^^'sets ^^ were based in Italy, but  patron "and "protector" of' the "arts,  arid  ' Vi"^"�� ��nA fV,�� f51���'" "-" n-A ���������-��  establishes a cult to the composer Richard  Wagner, going so far as to finance the  presentation of a new opera.. After  developing a hopeless passion for his cousin,  the Emjpress_Ei^za^1h of_ Austria, he  becomes engaged to her" younger sister  Sophie, but he cannot commit himself to  marry her. The mental imbalance to which  he is a prey manifests itself in the con-  Visconti and the film's,crew and actors-  travelled to Germany and France for many  sequences which were shot on location.  In 1967, during Canada's 100th birthday,  12 of the Yukon's many unnamed mountains  were named after each of the 10 provinces  and the two territories. The mountains are in  the St. Ellas mountain range in Kluane  National Park.  j^mii^'f^^^^  *  i^S^^SSS^!^^'^  )    ,  i-WJ-BteqVTffB  Anyone interested in Drama, Music and general theatre hap-  . penings should attend a meeting on Mondayj October 7th. at 8 p.m. in  the Selma Park Hall.  *  ... where ideas and suggestions regarding a local theatre group  would be welcomed. '  For further information, call 886-7046  will be closed from  September 30th till  October 17th for holidays  will be closed on Monday!  for winter months.  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Given in marriage by her father, the bride  wore a full-length gown of white satin with  From the pulpit  7���by.Pastor Gerry Porter,  A Roman Catholic theologian suggests  that Christianity should eliminate from its  teachings all references to the devil. "True  Christianity neither needs nor should it  desire such a fallacious prop," said Rev.  Peter. Riga of St. Mary's College, Moraga,  California. He went on to say, "as we move  further into modern history, belief in a  personal devil will only prove more and more  of an embarrassment to true Christianity."  Now that really takes the cake! For if  Christiantiy eliminated all references to the  ' devil there would be no Christianity, because  Jesus Christ made many references to the  devil and therefore you would have to  eliminate Him also and if you take Christ out  of Christianity it falls apart. The Bible says,  "Jesus was tempted by the devil for forty  days." Now if the concept of a personal devil  is erronous as this theologian says, then Jesus  must have been false also. Jesus once used  this phrase, "get thee.behind Me Satan." If  He was not talking to the devilj who was He  addressing? Dwiglit Moody said there were  two reasons why he believed the devil  existed: the Bible said so,,and he had done  business with him.  If .you eliminate this teaching from  Christianity you are calling God a liar, for it  is the word of God that says there is a devil.  And the Bible also says that Jesus defeated  the devil on the cross, and all who believe in  Christ's redemptive act for the remission of  sins will share in that victory.  Lions 400 winner  GIBSONS ��� Winner of the Lions 400 draw  last week was A.R: Davidson. Drawing the  winning ticket was Doreen Mvslicki.  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Church sercices are held each Sunday  at 11:15 am. in St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, by an Informal  Group of Christian Scientists.  Everyone welcome  Phone 885-9778 or 886-7882  aauaaiiaiiiiainaaatiiiiiamiaaiaaaiiaaiaaaiiaaaiaimiaaaiaamnr-,  Glbaone Pentecostal  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service* 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 886-7107  Pastor: Garry Foster  Kmi  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Sunday School .  Morning Worship    Evening Service  Prayer & Bible Study. Wed.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. ..  ���������'.   PHONE 885-9905  PASTOR:  FRED NAPORA  10:00 a.m.  11:15 a.m.  7:30 p.m.'  7:30 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Sechelt  SERVICES EVERV SUNDAY:  8:30 and 10 a.m.  SUNDAY SCHOpL: 10 a.m,  THE REV. N. J. GODKIN, 883 2640  aaiaaiiaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaiaiaaiaBaiiaaMaiaiiiiaiiaaiaalaiinaaaaaiaaaa_  The United Church  ot Canada  SERVICES:  St, John's' United Church - Davit Day  Sunday Services�� 9:30 a.m,  Gibsons UniUd Church  Sunday Sorvlcos�� 11 s 15 a.m.  p   , MINISTRY:  Rov.'JIrn VYlllamson, Gibsons, 886-2333  laiaaiiiaaaiaiiaiiaiiuaiiHlaliiliiailMimaiiiiiuuiaiiaiiiiaaaiip,'  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday Services  Socholt: ' Olhionsi  Holy Family '       St, Mary's  Sa|,at6p,m, Sun, al 11 a,in,  Pastor! Rqv, Father E, Lolinor  883-9825  fitted bodice, short sleeves and v-neckline.  The skirt was slightly en train and her  chapel-length veil was of tulle. She wore a  single strand of pearls at her neck and pearl '  ear-rings. Her bouquet contained yellow  roses and daisies tied with yellow satin  ribbons.   Attending the bride were the groom's  youngest sister Naomi Hird-Rutter, as flower  girl and Miss Lygie Martinez as maid of  honor. They carried bouquets of yellow  carnations to harmonize with their gowns.  The best man was Carl Hird-Rutter, a;  brother of the groom. David de Kleer served  as an usher.  The yellow and white theme was carried  out at the reception held at the Casa Martinez  where a long-time friend of the family, Mr.  J.L. Davis, proposed, the toast to the bride.  For the honeymoon trip, the bride wore a  pale green outfit- '  The newlyweds will reside in North  Vancouver.  Christian. Science  On the Christian Science radio series,  "The Truth that Heals" - advertised in The  Times today, people find a better way than  blaming or discussing an aggressive person.  When noise, temper, aggression threaten,  we can find safety and assurance closer than  breathing. It is wise to retire into that haven  of consciousness which the psalmist called  "the secret place of the most high". Here we  can rest in the true knowledge thatGod is the  only power. His thoughts are the only influence over us and all.  For more information or free literature  concerning Christian Science, please contact'  the assistant committee on publications for  the Sunshine Coast, 885-9778.  Joan Proctor  -������������������������--������ i  ... Strait folk ���  "What did your husband give you for  an anniversary present?" asked my  friend.  "A six-pack," I said disgustedly.  "But you don't drink beer," she said  sounding amazed.  "Who said anything about beer! It  was a six pack of light bulbs."  "Gosh, that's pretty unromantic  alright," she said.  "That's for sure. He didn't even  include a witty note saying 'you are the  light of my life.' The very least he could  have done was enclose a card saying  'you still turn me on,' but no, nothing  except the light bulbs and sales slip."  "Gee, that's too bad," she said  wistfully, "but I've heard of worse  anniversary gifts than that. My sister's  husband gave her a fertilizer spreader.  And my own husband gave me a year's  subscription to Playboy. Believe me, it's  hard to get ecstatic over a gift like that  even if he does say the articles are  good."  "Well did he take you out to dinner  for your anniversary?" asked my  friend.  "You've got to be kidding," I said.  "He goes to so many banquets and  chnners that he figures it's, a treat to eat  home on occasion. He did ask me though  ,':' in a sort of round-about way. I think he  said something like, "It's our anniversary next week but I don't suppose  you'd like to go out for dinner, would  you. It seems silly to spend so much  money on steaks and wine when youcan  cook such a nice dinner for us at home."  "So we stayed home. I got even with  him though. \ invited all the relatives  over for the evening. They sat around  and talked about their various  operations, World War II and the price  of eggs. Then we had a slide show and  everybody argued about which of our  kid's looked like whom, Then my  mother asked if I'd ever heard what  happened to that nice boy I was engaged  to before Imet 'you-know-who.? Shortly  after that the evening broke up. But I'm  pretty sure next year's anniversary will  be different. I may oven get to cat out."  ���     - ���  .  Somo  names ' of' tho   Yukon  creeks,  'mountainT^  unusual. Where tho names como from Is  ��� (anybody's guess but you can uso your  Imagination, For example: Big Sltdown  Creek, Cijackcr Creek, |Dcadmao3 Creek,  Escnpo Reef, Hunfiry J.nko, Scurvy Creek,  No Blnmo Creek nnd No Nnmo Creok.  Ono Yukon lako Is called Snafu, Tho nnmo  apparently cornea from the o)d nrmy term  which means: Situation Normal, AH Fouled  'Up,  oanaranppp   Valuable GoupOBI   Baanpapa^i  p Clip this coupon and SAVE $4.00 on your noxt  m   PERMANENT WAVE &\ HAIRCOLORINQ or save $1,  ��� on your noxt SHAMPOO & SET,  �� CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  H       7     Trail Pay Mall, Sechelt Phoilo 885*2339  (Vnllcl Monday.,, Tuesdays, Wednesdays In October 1074)  PSi'filB!ffl'"!_��''JUST'Wi''Hi"''Cm";'Of"Of'~'@|";'@3'"'ESS"'<@K'"''^F'"' 1^9''@l'"'^1 ^^_I"HVEil1'''lS3'"iSI 'WI'E-H ISI"fH  oo  A  n  n  191  m  IH.H S3,  ' I^^TLTJL^y^^Ta^i^:^. 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Members are asked to come forward with  suggestions and definite opinions, as to the  type of programs they would, like to see instituted and opinions as to the frequency of  such concerts and afternoons of sociability,  and all with promises of support. Without the  support of the membership those who work  so valiantly to achieve such excellent  programs cannot be expected to maintain  their efforts. Let us have a consensus.  Adele deLange reported on the activities  of the district council. Efforts were being  continued to have Canada-wide identification  cards issued and letters had been written to  B.C. Telephone asking for improvements in  the method of compiling our telephone  directory.  With .Walter James as emcee we enjoyed  a short concert before teatime and a social  hour. Eva' Hayward and Mary Redman  played two piano duets in their usual,happy  style which always,gets our toes tapping.  Their selections were; Tea for Two and  Parade of" the Wooden Soldiers. Dave  Hayward sang I Love' Life, All Day on the  Prairie, Susan is Her Name-0 and Kitty of  Colerairie. All enthusiastically received.  While we were having our tea,,Dave  Hayward advised that Ivan Corbett had been  added to his committee and would assist  particularly with the collection of the Shop  Easy sales slips which are the basis of the  monthly draw.  . After this announcement the draw was  held with the following winners: absentees,  Mrs. Betsy Palmer and Mrs. Edna Foote;  present: Mrs. Walton and Mrs. Jack Gibson.  Next meeting will be held Oct. 19. Two  days ahead of the fall fair and tea. Attend  and help with the filial instruction for a  successful fair.  EJ  ra  MR. AND MRS. 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Your  5 "'* ad is always there'far quick  jjj      reference ,���r -.. anytimel -  * .Here's an economical way to  reach, 3,894 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .  . 7.  anytimel  r,u_iu.m��m>"uiinm"i"iimm��m^  ..HtMiii.iiit.....iM.,.iii.M.tiliiHK,,i.iiiiiiiiiiiMnnilniiiniHiiiiiH iiuianiaiiaianan.H.......,.,..,.,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^!.!...,......,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ���������������������, ihiiihmiiiiiiii.i.iiiiii.iiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiii aiaa.aai,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, J  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phono: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris. Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES       \  DIAL-JUAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  . "Never Miss Another Phono Call"  885-2245  ANTIQUES    BEAVER HOUSE ANTIQUES  "Good Selection of Furniture, China,     .  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BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners'  Gibsons: Box 735���- 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  roger Allen  Drafting Services  - ARCHITECTURE?- RENOVATIONS  -CIVIL-HOME DESIGN  Wharf Road (over Irly Bird) Sechelt  ���* < i ��_���* few      < ��   AUTOMOTIVE" SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  -   - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BUILDING SUPPLIES (con.)  -GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD/  ''ALL BUILDING MATERIALS"    "  "READY-MIX".  "CONCRETE - GRAVEL" -  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL PAINT'f  886-2642, ,     886-7833  Highway'101 ��� Gibsons  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)-  TOM SINCLAIR:  885-9327 .  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CATERING  CATERING  TAMMY'S PACIFIC FOODS LTD.  t a     !  For all your catering needs  No obligations on consultations.  883-9012   ���    883-9045  CONTRACTORS  (Con't)  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  - i   * *  New house framing, and renovations  Pre-fab house erections  Phone: 885-9435  COAST. CONSTRUCTION  i J  Now Homes    Remodelling  Designing  Free Estimates   885-2978  DISPOSAL SERVICES  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND7  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  . -    . .  ^    _ . ,,  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  All Trades - Free Estimates  Eves.: 886-2090  DOUBLET R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEU-.7 FILL  Phone 886-7109  BANKS  ,fc ,f_,,-p.fll��(\,ap.,/,j-'vii '-.���  ���*.-v  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Socholt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201.  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Ponder  Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m/- to 3 p.m.  fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m,,vSot. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Slbsona & Pender: Mftjfloy-Thuriday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; FrldQjjflO a.m. to 6 p.m.  mm  BLASTING  ..,*;.  TED'S BLASTING fi, CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps 7 Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime.  TED DONELY Pender Harbour 883-2734 ���  DRYWALL SERVICES  Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  4     PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating  or spring  cleaning  call   us  for your disposal-heeds.  Commercial Containers Available  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOURHOTEL      _  Madeira Park . Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and'Private Parties  ���Full Hotel Facilities���  KENNELS  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu..fr.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  ELECTRICIANS  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area  Sand- Drain Roclq- Crushed Gravel,*-etc.-.  We7now have -2 concrete.'mixer trucks  .�������-�� '.i'i..,wr��u/to serve!,you. ,.-.��.-,.. ' ,.".    -��-  R.R. 1 Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors *  All Work Guaranteed  Phono 885-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKol CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  7" For'. A" Your  7 Building Needs  PHONB VBRN, 005-2525 or 886-2144  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations  ,    PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sochofe, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Freo Estimates Phone 005-9413  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"   ���  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  r  Residential and Commercial Wiring  .   Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  IM ELECTRIC LTD:  (INCE 1947  PHONE: 885-2062      ,  ��� ELECTRIC; HEAT. SPECIALISTS ���  '"*"     d.W.Lam^t  Electrical Contractor  R.R.   1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pander Harbour '  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING Of ALL TYPES  / Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Jm McCann, Dox 157, Madeira Perk  Phone 803.9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 085-9978  "Four -O- Eight"  KENNELS  Boarding for Dogs ond Cats, approx. 2% miles  along Redrooffs Road from Sechelt.  885.9469   ���   Frances Ave.  MACHINE SHOPS  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz Service    -  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt. ���  885-2523 days ���  885-2108 eves.  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  tat ..Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob* Forrester -  Phone 885-9464  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  "Bottom Repairs  ���_       883-2535  Box 7, Garden  Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Complete Marine Accessories ��� ^Full  line of  cartop runabout boafs and cruisers.'  -   >        TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MEAT CUTTING  Game dressed, cut, wrapped & frozen  LYNN'S CUSTOM CUTTING  Box 277, Sechelt  885-2575, evenings only  BULLDOZING  Piggott Bros.  CATD4D  885-2325  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT     ,  7      COMMERCIAL',, RESIDENTIAL1 .  7 7885-2713'; 77; 77' '  MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  "7, 'WD. ' ,'*  . 7 .  BUILD TO SUIT  PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECTION  RENOVATIONS  (.   ��� I '..p. ;  Eyes, 003-9951 -Box 547, Sechelt  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD,  - AH Your Building Noods -  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  JHPALp DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ���< Ditching '���',  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Road Building -p Gravel & Fill  086-2030  PdnConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARDOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  FISHING  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  BOAT RENTALS - RAMP  COTTAGES - CAMPSITES  .;,.': , TRAILER��� SITES - ICE  Box 18 GARDEN DAY  883-2424, 883-2577  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO QEALER  Phone 803-2663  Madoira Park, B.Ci  ���������">i��*Ma*.)i_<f fcfl .-#.(  R. STEPHANSON  M(J3ULtOILA��ENT7_  Bottom of Wharf Road  SECHELT 805-9621  Evos: 865-2192  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  '-^^������^���'^������^Yyy^y---"' ~7"  Exotic ancl Construction  Panelling.,, Doors .Moulding*  Gluou . Insulation       \  Hwy,  101    ���    Gibiom    ���.'    086.9221  G. W. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks . Excayatlng  Leveling & Landscaping  Phono Jerry, 005.2600  BACKHOE  885-2439  ��� G- Sr BAIRNS'���:":"  DITCHING , SEPTIC TANKS  LANDSCAPING 7  Socholt, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694/ Gibsons, B.C.  Dlair Konnott, solos manager ,  Phono 886-2765  ���mmimmmmmmmmmmimmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmm  HAIRDRESSERS ,  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanno Allen, Proprietor  Expert Holr Styling :  Cowrie  Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  Painting & Decorating (Con't)  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All, types of Painting   .  .  -      -    -   Private & Commercial  General Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2678  MOBILE  HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd,)  ��� ��   Complete Maintenance  ��  Do-lt-Yourself Trallor Skirting  ���    �����;,..     24-Hr.  Box 9*0, Secholt     serv|c0     Tel. 805-2712  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroko, 4-stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Socheit 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN CRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF7 ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. ! Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery ���< Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs ,.��� Fruit TreesyFertlllxer  , Deny Plants - Podding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed pesticide Spraying (or  Sunshine Coast  Hyy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK I, DECKER; OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt'�� Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING & DECORATING  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  BRUSH .SPRAY,OR ROLL  Call: 886-2512  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Don 943, Secholt  005-2734 Evonlngs:  883.29*16  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  ' Plumbing - Heating - Installations i  ��� Renovations - Sewer Hook-ups  All work guaranteed 1 year - Prices on request  886-7638 ��� Certified Plumber  Box 165, GIBSONS  L. & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  -SERVING  THE SUNSHINE COAST -  Box 651, Sechelt,. B.C.  ->  Phone 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting ,  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES' All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating  ���  Ventilation   ��� Air  Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and  Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���      -"  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt,  B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Salee and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIAAATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  RADIATORS  G.&E. RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos,  Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK!  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rotbtillcrs - Generators - Pumps -  Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy: & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2505  j  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  Plants.  R.R.  1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALLOTYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions, Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 ovos.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Road, Gibsons,  ���"Wo Rent or ��ol| Almost Everything"  nTypowrltors . Lighting Plants . televisions  Roto Tillers'-' Cement Mixers7 Lawn  Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 806-2848;~. 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  C8, S HARDWARE  Socholt, JB.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  GENERAL STORE  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES'  SHIP'S CHANDLERY ,  Francis Peninsula Road  Pondor Harbour - 803-2415  aa>ia<naaaaiiniMiMaiH>aHaiaiB��HainaaBMia>HaaiiaaaniiaBMii��aainnMi  ROOFING   ^ILL BLACK ROOFING  8, INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR A GRAVEL  N6W ROOF or RR-ROOF  ROOFING  (Cont.)  ROOFING���RE-ROOFING  *  Repairs  ' *  Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Durdid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOFING  AND   REPAIRS  Free Estimates - All Work Guaranteed  Box 948, Sechelt Phone 885-9091  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early - check our prices first  �� 'Custom shakes split to order  ��   Roof repairs  ��   Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt        ���. Phone 885-9873  SEPTIC TANKS  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  Manufacturers of FRP septic tanks.  Available in any size.  Phone: 886-2953  SEWING  MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show'Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Roarf, West Sechelt  Phone' 885-2606  STEAM  CLEANING   MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���Industrial Equipment  ���Automotive -    '  PHONE 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  \t.Ji  wO  rfVEYORS  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lupnber  Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office  885-2625      Home 885-958\  Roy and Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine .Building - Wharf Street  Box 609 - Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast' Highwey  Dox 13, Gibiom, B.C. - Phone 806-2700  SALES AND SERVICE'  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8, SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving A Leg Tewing  L. HIGGS  Phone  005-94JI  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Complete Tree Sbrylco  Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work,  Prlcos1 you can trust   7   7 '  Phono J. RISBEY, 805-2109  Box 201, Gibsons  866-7320  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - cloan-up your wooded areas  . - romovo lower limbs for vlow  - top tall trees adjqcqnt to bulldlnos  Mary Volcn 086-9597  ,T: yy anrih RAP I p���-"*-**" '^���*  J 8<C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE  p���wo sorvlco all brands���  , 005-2560  noxt,to Coo&t Cable Vision  SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  Admiral'��� electrohome  and ZENITH DEALERS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT'  Bo . 799, Sechelt ��� Phone 085-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  -VACUUM-CLEANERS.������  EUECTROLUX  Salos 8< Sorylco   , ,  .   ... - ._ ��� _ .������.,������ ���-_ _      -        ,885-9244__.  a  p  p.  E  S  '<"""��� "MM"��H��"��HMIIIHIIH��HMIIMIIIIIMHMIIMIIIIIItlll��IIMMMMIMM��IIIIMII|UM ���IIIIIIIMMMIMllllHIIIIIIIII Ill  . i' ���     ,    ,. . ...7.        -....''<  " lalalliiiiiiiiiiiiM IM17111MI 11 iiiiiiiM|iiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiaiMliiiiiaiiMiiaiiiiililll<il(iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiMiiiiillllllililiiiiliiiiiiiaiiinilia iiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiliiiii iiiliiiiiiiaaaiiiiaiaiaiiiKii,,.,  ������ui: *1  -iV - ���; y "^ '  /Lt her retirement...  The Peninsula Times PageB-5  Wednesday, October 2,1974  . > a  Ii$. MifililLwiii  in im situ If si  ^jjir?  ���<�����'  v; *��� ���������?���   ��� VlSivpi^ r-Wh' ���      KrfT^o  fi7ri^*>'  '^  7   a'^Jt'trt/-'  ����� B^fe^^VI^'fiS  -1'  >.- ,^*7y * -��^-  H V ���'" >'*2ML < >7 . ���  i H     '    ^     !_��_ >    ���* -' t *  S___J:���J ,.       , feiirarnii <>..������  ANN SHAW, popular employee at the   Monday after more than 21 years. Co-    with a dinner Saturday and presented  Bank  of   Montreal,   Sechelt,  retired   workers and friends honored Mrs. Shaw    her with a topaz ring.  Popular feature . . .  The school board otfice has been a busy  place the past week. We like it that way.  Registration for evening courses are  received every weekday, either by mail or by  phone, 886-^225, 2-4 p.m.  Quite an interest has been shown for a  course in German in Sechelt. We have a  qualified instructor and if at least 10 students  are interested the course will start next  week.  The course in Canadian History is on  college level (first year). It is not likely that  it will get accredited this year. However, it  might be a good exercise for those who intend  to take a credit course later on. For those  who want to learn for the fun of learning.the  course also .appeals. Not mentioned in the ad  is the fact that Canadian history also will be  given as a daycourse 10-12 a.m. in Sechelt as  well as in Gibsons.  University of British Columbia has a  course running in Powell River. It is called -  Educ. 470, educational sociology. People1,  from this area are invited to join, and as the  course has already started those interested  should call the co-ordinator now. Classes are-  held every Saturday 9-12 a.ni. Price: ,$100. '  The Power Squadron started classes Oct.  X 7:30 p.m. at Sechelt Elementary School.  Here is what Len MacMillan has. to say'  about his  course.  It takes place every  Monday at Sechelt Elementary School, 7-9  p.m.   ���  yp-  By Len MacMillan  Fundamentals of Progress  The course is structured to view the  mechanics of progress on all levels of life. Its  purpose will be to understand, to gain  knowledge of the fundamental steps'  the nature of all growth. All will be viewed in  the light of the Science 6f Creative Intelligence (founder���Maharishi Mahesh  Yogi) which provides the knowledge and  experience that creative intelligence can be  intellectually understood, directly experienced, scientifically verified, artistically  actuaaized, fully unfolded."  Each night will provide the theory and an  outline structured for creativity in discussion  to make each night as comprehensive as  possible.  I hope to have several video and audio  tapes Jo supplement most lessons. We will  view the implications of scientific data in the  areas Jof physiology, psychology, sociology  and econolgy as shown to be enlivened ly  transcendental meditation 'which enriches  the fundamentals, of progress.  Although instruction of tm is not part of  the course there will be an introduction to the  steps necessary to begin. And anyone  choosing to start meditation will be able to  apply his course fee.  NON-SMOKERS MAKE HEADWAY  Non-smokers have the right to breathe  unpolluted air. Consumers' Association of  Canada reminds non-smokers that most  ���lines, railways and some buses have  designated-separate sections for smoking.  Hospitals, doctof's'offices and an increasing  number of restaurants are beginng to follow  suit.  SECHELT ��� Many co-workers and friends  gathered at a dinner-dance at the Casa  Martinez, Saturday, to honor Mrs. Ann Shaw  who retired after more than 21 years with the  Bank of-JMfontreal.  Mrs. Shaw began her banking career in  Terrace,' B.C. in 1953. She transferred to  Sechelt July 1 of that year. The branch was  under the managership of Mr. McNab. She  then worked successively with E.W. Booth  and latterly with David Austin.  During her career, Mrs. Shaw capably  held many posts and now has retired as  .  administration  manager   of  the  Sechelt  branch.   v  Presentation of her retirement gift of a  topaz ring was made by Austin who also had  the pleasure of reading to the guests he many  letters and telegrams of good wishes sent to  Mrs. Shaw.  Mrs. Shaw and her husband, E. Wharton  Bus discipline ���  eyed by board  An approach has been made to School  District 46 trustees to formulate a policy for  dealing with disciplinary problems on buses.  Drivers- have no problems on their  morning runs because trouble-makers are  taken to the principal's office immediately  on arrival at the school and the matter is  handled by him, said secretary-treasurer  Roy Mills.  But George Hopkins, bus manager told  Mills and district supt. Roland Hanna that on  the evening run home, drivers have no ef-"  fective recourse when dealing with discipline  problems.  Hopkins suggested that drivers be  allowed to refuse to pick a student up the  morning following any misbehavior. He  proposed the school and parents be notified  of the reason and principals decide on extension of the punishment.  Trustees agreed with the philosophy that  discipline must be immediate to be effective  but said students and their parents should be  notified the same evening that the offender  will not be allowed to ride the bus the next  morning.  Mills said later that the board agreed with  the intent but left the matter with he and the  superintendent to polish the details.  A policy will be formally adopted at the  next board meeting.  Shaw, lived for many years on the waterfront  at Roberts'Creek and three years ago they  took up residence at Porpoise Bay. Mrs.  Shaw's mother, Mrs. Hulbert, is residing in  Sechelt.  Ann- will   have   a' busy,   productive  retirement when she plans to renew-her'  hobbies and undertake new special interests.  Clearing and cleaning up of the Sunshine  Coast Recreational Centre site at Roberts  Creek was carried for about a week, Clay  Carby, draftsman-technician, told regional  board, last week.  A group of young people, hired by the  village of Sechelt and paid by the provincial  government's youth-work program, were  assigned by the village to clean up the site.  ' Carby reported that crews removed a  fallen tree from. Clack Creek at the north  falls, cleared paths, repaired bridges, patched privies and retrieved bricks for a  fireplace. The youngsters also collected  garbage and laid poles along the trails on the  south side of Clack Creek and they washed  off the sign at the entrance to the centre. "  "The crew which was sent out consisted of  three girls and two boys whose work was  more than satisfactory to me. They worked  well together and did the work to my highest  expectations," Carby said in his report.  Directors expressed their appreciation to  the village and to the youngsters.  Hall Sheen, Ribbons, Wool ties with  Pompoms, Twist cord, and bows in three  sizes. Many colours to^ehoose from for any  occasion. ��� Miss Bee's-Seclielt.  SECHELT ��� Winner of. the Royal Bank ���_  grand aggregate trophy "at Sechelt Garden "  Club's fall flower show was Mrs. Louise  Belfour. >     ,    '  Presenting the trophy to her was Herb  Mitchell, manager of the Sechelt bank.  Winner of the first section cut flowers was  Mrs. Olin'e Marshall and. second section cup __  for arrangements and potted plants was Mrs. ,  \Belfour.  Mrs. Mildred Cormack won the African  violet cup and winners.gfjthe children's dish  garden, competition were:, Jimmy de Hart,  first; Joanne Sigouin, second and Peter  Crewston. W-lj  Door prize winner was Mrs. Betty Dennis  of Roberts Creek and raffle winner was Mrs.  Lottie Postlewaite, Sechelt. Judge of the  show was Rose Bancroft,, a qualified judge  from B.C. 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Prices Effective  October 3-5  ?imm mmm  , Wo reserve thq right  to limit quantities. ,  ��MhM There's an old sayirig that no newsisjjood .  news, and B.C. & Yukon "Safety, Health and  Welfare Officer Ron Griffiths, sincerely  wishes he had no news about dog bites, instead, of the bad news that B.C. letter  carriers and couriers are being munched,  nibbled, and snapped at more than anyone  else in the Western Region.  Even the ladies aren't immune/Gals who  tote those mail bags in B.C. are the  receipierits of fully half of all reported bites.  In the four, western provinces, a total of  203 bites were reported in a four month  period beginning April ,1st. Over' half occurred in British Columbia. '  Griffiths has no explanation for the  sudden increase in bites.  "But most dogs'bite without warning,"  Griffiths commented. "You don't, get a  chance to look them in the eye. And if you are  afraid ofa dog it is difficult to hide this from  him:" ,        :       _  What about the repellent issued to letter  carriers to protect them from dog attacks?  "We go through about 250 tins a month,"  Griffiths conceded, "and while it does help  sometimes, it i|n!t-100 per cent effective.  Then there are tinies when it can't be.used.  "For example, recently a carrier was  having difficulty with a dog. A woman with a  small child was standing nearby, and the  carrier didn't want to take a chance on  getting the child with the spray. So he didn't  use it."  Letter carriers agree that the majority of  dogs on their walks are friendly, but are  amazed that some people refuse to  acknowledge that family pets can be vicious  towards other people.  "They might think their pet won't hurt  anyone," said one carrier, "but it's pretty  hard to believe when you see a great big dog  coming right at you looking pretty serious  about getting you off the property.  "If the owner is there, he can sometimes  call the dog and it will respond. But the  owner isn't always there."  Commented the trainer at a well-known  guard kennel, "What is really needed is to  send the owners to obedience school. Dogs  can be trained, but .too many people won't  i bother. When something happens, although  the dog does the actual biting, it is really the  owner who is a fault for not caring or not  learning how to handle his dog." 7  What happens if your dog menaces a v  " letter carrier? According to Post Office  officials, on the first incident you are contacted and asked to keep your dog under  control during the hours when mail deUvery  is normally; made.  The second ' incident. can mean a  suspension of delivery and you will have to  _ make arrangements to pick up your own  mail at the nearest postal station. If your dog  does bite a letter carrier or mail courier 'you  can be held responsible for the costs incurred. The ayerage cost of lost time  resulting from/attacks or bites was about  $1400 in B.C. last season.  "But we'd far rather prevent such incidents,"- Griffiths emphasized. T"A mail  receptacle at your property line can save a  ' lot of difficulty if you have a dog with strong  guarding instincts."  While most dogs who nip letter carriers  are only following their natural instincts by  protecting their territory against what they  regard"as invasion, postmen, are, also  following their natural instincts by defending  themselves against bites.   .  It's a problem that letter carriers,  newspaper boys, meter readers and others  would like to see resolved, without going as  far as one frustrated carrier who turned and  bit the dog attacking him.  "All dogs aren't a problem," said Griffiths, "and we don't want to start trouble  with dog owners, but we've had 116 bites in  B.C. since April of this year���and we had a  total of 219 last year. Of these, 41 resulted in  YOUR PROTECTION  AGAINST AGGRESSIVENESS  Sometimes blaming and discussing an  aggressive person seems the only way  but with God's love at hand, there's a  better way.  Broadcast this Sunday over many  stations including: Vancouver station  CJVB 1470 Kcs at 9:30 a.m.  iheTRUTH  -A Christian Science radio series  Two more weeks, trustees say, before a  decision is made on the site for the proposed  Sechelt secondary school.  In a report to the School District 46 board  Thursday night, Secretary-Treasurer Roy  Mills told members that the committee  hadn't had time to form a clear, firm, 100  percent recommendation. Mills said they  were in the process of hiring an architect and  each one interviewed had asked to see both  sites in order to makcrecommendations.  The board allowed the committee another  two weeks so that an architect can contribute  to the decision  Atherosclerosis, the corroding and  clogging of the inner lining of the coronary  arteries, sets the stage for heart attack.  disabling injuries and all required medical  attention. Time off for treatment, reactions  to tetanus^ shots and: recuperative days on -  compensation are on a definite uprise.  "Where the mailman is concerned, a. dog  is not necessarily, man's best Mend," he  concluded. . ,.  r  Arena News  ���by Helen Phillips  There seems to be some confusion amongst some, people about the  registration and dues form J In a few short  sentences I will try and clear this up, and  hope my explanation is understandable.  If you wish to participate in curling and  skating for your whole family you would  probably find the family membership rate is  cheapest. Looking at your registration form  you will see rates for this. Below are individual rates that you use QNLy if you are >  not taking the family rate.  Some people are not bothering to read this  properly, and are adding the family rate and  individual rates together and coming up with  a sum that is rather large. .  Please get these sheets in as soon as  possible. As I warned you, once the ice is in,  if you have not received your pass, you pay at  the door; regardless of whether you have  already sent in your dues or not.  Of interest to figure skating people will be  an amateur coaches clinic for figure skaters,  at Powell River on Oct. 6. For further information on this please call Ted FitzGerald  at the arena, 885-2955. "   -'���  Also, anyone who is interested in figure  skating, coaching, taking lessons or even  helping little ones tie skate laces at the  lessons is asked to contact Ted. There are a  couple of young ladies willing tp give lessons  so a file is being kept of alMnterested persons. Eventually those interested will be  . asked to form a club. This is something that  will be done by interested people themselves,  same as the hockey. It will not be formed by  the arena association. ���  All people interested im curling are asked  to go to a meeting next Wed., Oct. 3 out at the  arena at 7:30.  Once the arena has been open and people  have had a chance to skate, we will change  the ice over and the rink will be open for  instruction and practise curling for a week.  This will be free to all those who are,interested in learning to curl, or those who  want to curl to see if they like it before they  join the curling club.  I heard the ice machinery is coming  today, so by the time this is printed it should  be all in and we can go on with the job of  making ice. Great! That's what we built it  for.  The law and you  By Cpl. Darrell Price  NCO i/c Gibsons RCMP detachment  This week I am dealing with the action  that motorists must use upon the approach of  emergency, vehicles. Emergency vehicles  are those motor vehicles 'used by a fire  department, police force, rescue vans,  military police in the discharge of their  duties.  . These types of vehicles are equippped  with red lights, sirens and these must be used  when that vehicle is proceeding on an  emergency. /  Sec. 167Motor Vehicle Act:     7  "Upon the immediate approach of an  emergency vehicle-giving an audible signal  by a bell, sirenj or exhaust whistle anil  showing a visible flashing red light, except  when otherwise directed by a peace officer, a  driver shall yield the right-of-way and shall  immediately drive to a position parallel to  and as close as possible to the nearest edge or  curb of the roadway, clear of an intersection,  and shall stop and remain in that position  until the emergency vehicle has passed."  ^ It can be seen thattiie emergency vehicle  must be exhibiting a flashing red light and  giving an audible signal. Normally in this  area, you will hear a siren. The driver of the  emergency vehicle is governed by another  section in the motor vehicle act and must  operate that vehicle with due regard for  safety, the amount of traffic on the highway  and take into account the reason why he is  proceeding1 as an emergency vehicle. He  must be prepared to justify his actions should  an accident result.  Next week I will deal with damage to  property and mischief. This will be a two-  part series as there are a number of sections  in this criminal code dealing with these types  of offences.  Wednesday, October 2,1974      The Peninsula Times    Page B-6  jWAMMM.^^  DITCHING - DRAINING ;  SEPTIC TANKS -CLEARING  j Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885-2439  ��� O .     <S85a-��  (LANDSCAPING)  �� GRAVEL  -O FILL  O  BACKHOES  0 LOADERS  mm  '."'-:���-'���'     ', 7' , .��� , ' r  OBI 6*3 S23- 689 CBS IS3 823 ^��9 BIP^ ��39 C_S (__SS CSS ES3 ^S3 B__9 CSS CSS ____3 CSQ I  3  i  ;t^ fabric Soy^  PATTERNS % PRICE METAL INV. ZIPPERS V2 PRICE  Fprtrel 60" w. $3.49 yd.  Cotton Prints 36" and 45" w.  $1.98 yd.  %  2 WEEKS STARTING tHUBIS. SEPT. 26th  cssis total $1  T  MADEIRA PARK ��� Power to the Pender  Harbour area was out for 10 hours Sept. 21  following a freak mishap.  B.C. Hyrdo authorities told The Times  that Rod Webb, driving his gravel truck near  the Pender Harbour Hotel, accidentally,  shifted a wrong gear and lifted the gravel box  which caught overhead telephone lines. The  lines pulled down the pole and Hydro lines as  well.  RCMP in Madeira Park said that no  charges will be laid against Webb. However,  a B.C. Hydro spokesman said that Webb will  ' be billed $2,500 to restore power to the area.  B.C. Telephone told The Times that costs  to repair the lines will be about $4,000 but  didn't indicate who would be charged.  ��^-/,--M^is^h;-Mja%s!j;_s^  I  Effective October 1,1974 all classified ads must,be paid  in advance before being published. Persons wishing to phone  ads in may still do so and our Ad-Brief receptionist will  estimate the cost of the ad which will be held until payment  is received. This policy has become necessary because of the  increasing cost of invoicing small amounts. Payment must be  received in our office by 12 noon Saturday for any Times  Classified.  he Peninsula Time  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-3231  i-Ji^sa^:^^  SKaea>ismi0vevmma>s!x^^wiJK>mP9B���a  ^^^^^s^^.wy^^^^'^^^^^^^0^t  zzszzzzzszzgzz^zzzzzzzzzz^^  1  i  Tickets now on sale from Lions mer^^e Enterprises  i ,: ���i���:���. :������. , r ;���;������^ . _ . _ , _-_ , , ~ ,  LIONS PROJECT ��� is to bpild and equip an additional new classroom at the Gibsons Retarded Children's School  HELP SUPPORT THIS MOST WORTHWHILE PROJECT*  Tickets may be purchased by 4 post-dated cheques.  >*_U  |  7  ���M*WMiaM|MaiMN��M*M /  ���J ��>  ��/;���  **   *,  4.  > i ~Elphinstone*"studentsfliwere' (mt on * the  >greens last Thursday soaking up the sunshine.'1^  , '   >'7y' '      . *   ,  t  Since   schools started  in   September,  '.physical education teacher Gary" Gray's  ��� -classes have been practicing their putting  stance and swing in rather, cramped quarters  but thanks, to ttie Sechelt Golf Club a mixed  . group of 160 grade nine to 12 students had a  [ chance to put in nines holes On a real course.  '"  > Ozzie Hincks, publicity chairman for the  > club, said this is not the first time the greens   .  have been" made available to the school and  ���  ' will not be the last. About 12 club members ',  made themselves available to instruct the  - novices in course etiquette, basic techniques ,  and proper care of the course. ��� v ,  By the end of the day four groups of ,40   .  students had toured the course and for most,  had their first crack at a golf ball.   ~ - .  1     /Hincks   said' golf   is' "no   longer   a -  millionaire's game," and the course is open  to   everyone.   "We   welcome   green-fee  - players, new members and senior citizens,"  he said. "We also have members who will  , sponsor juniors from 12 to 18 years (for a  reduced fee) if their parents don't have a  debenture in the' club." "  ," 3^rs  **  &  *&s$y  . 7   "i.  ' 7*  .  1^ -V  ��v /y>v*>  aj^-t i " y* it 7 i-'^  yp. J    <~     >'   *!     ,.     >  ����<  ^    *.�� aJV"a &. /      "a i> lA&*  /p '     K     ^       ��  EASY DOES IT. Club president Don Douglas putts one in to show novice Claude John there's nothing to it  JEE  **  MVB TO REGISTER  a  SECHELT GOLF CLUB member  demonstrates where the club should  make contact with the ball.  The Peninsula Times PageB-7  Wednesday, October 2,1974  A fast-attacking, hard hitting Meraloma 'Lomas continued their attack and at one  rugby club broke the purity of Gibsons point broke into the end zone where Ian Yates  Rugby Club's goal line in a game Saturday, tackled their player and knocked him out of  Although the Vancouverites were the first bounds. This was the turning point of the  to score, the Sunshine Coasters held them off game.   Gibsons   then- started   attacking  to salvage the game 16-8 and to keep their repeatedly and finally John Crosby broke  record unblemished with three wins and no through with a good individual effort and  losses. scored. Tom "Blain, made the conversion  Meralomas, with the home field ad- finishing the scoring &V16-8 for Gibsons,  vantage, began attacking from the opening        Gibsons club travels to Vancouver again  kick-off and broke through immediately and next week to play ex-Brittania.  scored. '' /  Missing the conversion attempt the score  was 4-0. Gibsons began carrying the play  from that point. Halfway through the first  half Alex Skytte stole the ball from the opposition and drove in for the try to tie the  game 4-4. The locals missed the conversion.  Gibsons continued to press and Bob Johnson  broke through and scored Gibsons second  try. With John Crosby converting the score  stood at 10-4 at the .half for Gibsons.  Ladies' Go//.  ���by The Everyday Golfer  Ladies, organized golf for this season:  Round up on Sept. 24 with a different twist:  Fivefold event called Mare's, tournament.  .���  In the. second half, Meralomas started,-_. Winner of,each set.was:^Audrey MacKenzie,  playing strong offensive rugby. They opened    Jean Whitla, Betty Turnbull and Hafcel  the scoring but again, missed the conversion.    Wright.  \��11^\7^H7., J/iyV'v. ,<7  ^** ���I��� Mtt*^ r     I 1 >       f     t" <     *\\/\    ++* \ *  y  BERNIE MARTINSEN, (Right) needs a little help from her friend Mile Scharf to get her golf cart to stay together.  WINTER CLUB NEWS.  This week I would especially like to talk to  those people who are discouraged because  the Sunshine Coast Recreational Centre did  not get built at Roberts Creek; I, too, worked  hard for the Roberts Creek site. It was the  logical place to have a recreation centre for  the Peninsula's7: major population area.  Poweyer, we must now face the fact that an  arena there is no longer feasible. We must  look to the future.  The area between Port Mellon and  Roberts Creek could be well serviced by a  facility in Gibsons. Although in the beginning, an arena is not planned, I hope there  will be one in the not top distant future.  Curling rinks generally make a profit and  with some foresight from the curling group,  thoso profits could bo set aside to help build  , nn arena at a future date.  I/jt us not continue to mopo about tho loss  of tho Roberts Creek arena.  Perhaps If wo toll you some more of what  wo hnvo planned, then maybe you can get ns  excited ns wo nro nbout future recreation for  tho"Glbsoris;"]R<)bcJrtfl "CrccK'Twr Mellon"  nron. Gjbson's Winter Club,plans to build n  building" which will bo approximately GO feet  11�� fins  ���by Harry Turner  wide by 165 feet long. It will be a clear span  with a concrete floor if we can afford it, (and  we are doing all within our means to be able  to afford it.)  It could be used two weeks at the beginning of the season, two weeks at Christmas,  and two weeks at the end of the season for  skating, purlng the spring, summer, and fall  It could be used for roUer skating/public  dances, arts and crafts centre for displays  and instruction, and any other function  where a large hall is needed, The cost of such ,  a structure keeps going up. In 1972 when wo  started out, the estimated cost of such a  building was, $90,000, by 1973 that cost had  escalated to $110,000 and tho present  estimate is around $150,000,  Obviously with tho way things ,are In-,  Hating these days-the longer we wait, the  moro expensive the project will become. In  order to build such a facility now whllo it Is  still relatively cheap, wo need to convince 200  moro clvl9-mindcd people to join us.  During tho last two weeks tho members of  "Uio WinterCliibholdTfd^  nowhicmbcrs. Most areas between Roberts  Creek nnd Port Mellon' wcro covered, A  canvasser for the Winter Club should have  been to seo you or will bo coming to see you  tills week, If somoono has not talked to you  nnd you wish to join tho Gibson's Winter  Club, then phono Harry Turner at 000-2104 or  Gary McDevitt at (UHW447.  SECHELT���Junior shooting program starts  Oct. 27, it was announced at the first session  of the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club.  The junior firearms training program will.  start Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. 77  Interested persons should contact Harold  or Derek Nelson at 085-2577. Anyone interested in trap shooting should contact  Chuck Massey at 885-9471,  Next general meeting of the club will be  Oct. 10. Anyone wishing to join the club is  invited to attend the meeting which is held  every second Thursday at tho clubhouse in  Wilson Creek.     '  Duplicate bridge  club is forming  GIBSONS-A duplicate bridge club Is being  formed and games WiU bo hold on tho second  and third Tuesdays monthly at tho Angllcnn  Church hall at tho corner of North Road nnd  *"'Hlglrway'"10ir"''"' """""""'" ""'"""7  Persons .who havo not played duplicate ���  bridge and wish to try aro 1 especially  welcome/said organto Jim Weir. For  further Information call 880-7361.  "Paragon" cups and saucers In Uio  Canadian Cont-Of-Arms and emblems  pattern, Lovely nnd different, ~ Miss Bee's-  Sechelt.  ii.  b?vC  *��3  '. &*Wi| fS%t'% :W!        r77:7; y?^^;�� fe^S^^a  rM  By    MARU    SCHNEIDER  On Saturday, Sept. 28, Elphinstone Junior  nnd senior girls volleyball tennis travelled to  Ponder Hnrbour with tlio Howe Sound teams,  Our Junior mid, senior girls played two  jTintche.i each,,With a total.of lour_matches,  played, Elphinstone emerged victors for  three. Our senior girls played against Howe  Sound and won, but wcro defeated by Pender  Hnrbour. Tho juniors won ngniast Pender  Hnrbour nnd Howe Sound, Pender Harbour's  junior girls won against Howe Sound nnd  their seniors".won,  Most of tho matches were fnst moving nnd  very well plnyed. Each of tho teams were  bnlnncod nnd all tho girla plnycd very well  together. Wo would llko to thank Pender  Hnrbour for hosting ua nnd providing oifr  lunch.  COASTAL  APPUAE\ICEB  A HOME FURNISHINGS  washers!-. DiiS  FURNITURE - CARPETS 8t FURNISHINGS  NPW AND LIKE NEW  2143 Klng��way  879*4414  Vancouvor, D.C,  V5N 2T4  Fill out the coupon .  and get your FREE  Braver Homes  Catalogue and  discount details   ,  ^^ ^aflHIW^    pa^P^^   9m WI      PP      ��� Pa|   PJ     ^���fllPf  PB  L mQ    Ml  A DIVJSION OF BEAVrHR LUMBER CO, LTD  P.O. 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Kelly left and Myrtle Dalton.^  had an adequate reward, a visit by two  / '   ' '  Happenings around the Harbour  * by Kathleen Yull 883-906$  Remember the black-out on the eastern my material to get column in at all.  seaboard a few years back? I recall reading By the time you read it, it will already be  that one of the results of that power failure October. And that means that I've been your  was a marked increase in the birth rate local correspondent for just a year. I've  about nine months after it happened. Which enjoyed writing for The Times and have  should be an indication that there'll be a appreciated the cooperation of so many of  population explosion here in the Harbour you in this community who have let me know  about June of next year. when and where there was a news item to  Our weekend -hydro breakdown was report. But this is the last of my con-  caused when the dump on one of Rod Webb's ' tributions. We've sold our house in Madeira  trucks came up unexpectedly and hit the Park and are moving to the city,  power lines on die highway near the Pender Our good friend, Jock Bachop, has  Harbour Hotel. And it stayed off for nearly promised to take over the duties of scribe  ten hours: can't you imagine Roddy's em- starting next week. Jock and his wife Margie  barrassment! live in that "wee.hoose" on Lagoon Road ���  That was the day of Linda and Michael Bachop is, surprisingly, a Scottish name. As  Reid's wedding, and their reception was anyone who knows him will confirm, Jock's  scheduled to take place at the Community just the man for the job: interested and  Hah. Mark Myers, who was emcee for the friendly and with a marvellous sense of  occasion, did a quick rush job of rounding up humour. I know you'll enjoy his weekly  a supply of candles and a couple of lamps, messages.  Linda (she Vas'Ldnda Haddon) tells me the I well remember how difficultfit was for  candlelight was lovely, and when the power me when I first started doing the column.  was restored just before midnight, there was Each item had to be ferre'tted out, and I had  general agreement that the festivities should no idea who could supply me with in-  be continued by the softer light, formation about various events. Many of you  Nowadays we need electricity for so many Were very helpful, and I hope you'll be  things. Fortunately1 there was no difficulty equally considerate of Jock. This community  for the caterers, but the musicians were deserves to have coverage in these pages*  depending pn power for their amplifiers. A.C. but it's only possible to provide it if you  Centals very kindly donated a generator so cooperate.  the baridcouid play for dancing. There was So from today, remember, whenever you  concern, shortly before midnight, that the have a coming event to announce whenever  generator might prove harmful to the in- you hear a piece of news or an amusing instruments if used for too long, and so it was cident about a neighbour, give Jock a call,  decided the music must stop at 12. However, His number is 883-9056,  a few minutes before that, the power came m miss the blackberries, and, the daily  back on and the dancers were able to keep on swim in the sea, I'll missmy Kelly-burgers  into the small hours. and all the friendly faces in the Harbour, but  Our new Legion building opened last probably most of all I'll miss this weekly  week���unofficially. Date for the official opportunity to feel like a contributor to the,  opening hasn't yet been announced, but life of bur community. I feel I've been very  members and their guests have been able to fortunate to discover, when I was already  inspect the new premises. There'll be dart started on my second half century of life, an,  and shuffleboard leagues forming, so get entirely new field of endeavour, Thanks a  your name down if you're Interested in either million for your kind reception of my efforts,  game.  David Simpkins and his wife Marion, of  JEgmont, are the proud parents of a new baby  girl, Molly Tasha, Dave was present for the  delivery of his daughter,^ and by coming  through this ordeal without tainting, he won a  bet with his father. The $100 will bo useful for  tho now parents.  I'm afraid today'scolumn is a little short  on news, but there's a reason for; that; tho  Yulls havo been away from home most of tho  week and I've had to rush tlie preparation of  and au revoir.  Vtnaaaaaaaaaianaimiaii'aiinaaBaiaiiaiaiaaaMBiiMiaaBBlnimnai  MISS DEE'S  CARD f GIFT SHOP  Wharf Read - Soctratt - 883-9066  P.O. 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