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''  CaUM^NWEALTH MICROFIU L  2H4 West 6th Ave. ,,ftftftN  VANCOUVER, B.C. ^P /  V5Y   IK0 '  2nd Closs Mail  Registration  No. 1142  Serving theSunshine Coast, (Howe'Sotind to Jervis lnfet),Jncluding Port MellorvHopkins Landing,'Grqnthants Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmri Park, Sechelt, < Half moon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb��� Madeira Park; Gorcfen Bay, Irvine's Landing^ Eqrl Cove, Egmoni  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  7:7   ��v  Volume 11, No. 46  Wednesday, October 9,1974  OTTBSS'  <�����   *?7        < > ~   ~   ���*   *  tr   ti  Jenn-Aiir' pang0&yK7'  . , 1200 Block, Vfejf,.Rocid f   (>  ,P.O, Box 1093, SECHELT,; Bfo -,  \/- mom [ti&vfot^ , 7'  Low-flying aircraft  GIBSONS ��� Reluctance on .the part of some  ^Gibsons residents to connect to the new  "server line has been encountered by a bylaw  introduced Tuesday night by council.  ,     Bylaw &70 gives council the authority to  compel persons able to make the connection  JO do-so. After 60 days a letter would be  issued to" the individuals concerned giving  them 60 days to' comply. At the end of that  time the village clerk would be authorized to  , contact a plumbing contractor to make the  , connection. The bill would be sent to the  individual and in the event they refused to  _iay the expense would appear on their tax  notice at the end of the year as being in  - arrears.  ,   Final reading to the bylaw will be given at  the next council meeting. (  DISPLAYING ART work at Whitaker Gibsons poses with her still life sketch, dedicated to Bonnie Harper, 10, a  House are students of Joan Warn of Several of Mrs. Warn's students have student who drowned near Tofirio'  Gjtosfons. Georgina McConnell, 16, of   their,, art  on  display.  The  show is   recently. '  \ J  il  art wot  a  SECHELT���A group of Gibsons-Langdale  children under the tutorship of Joan Warn  have a display of their art work at Whitaker  House this week.    ���      7 y~"|:  The display is in memory of ^Bonnie  SECHELT ��� Tranquility; a creation by  Dorothy Dallis Arnold, is on display with it's  own twilight color system in a dark room.  Patrons will be charged 50 cents each to  view Mrs, Arnold's art work, but all funds  will be donated to St. Mary's Hospital extended care ward and to the Lions Club  crippled children's program.  "I felt that the art could not be properly  appreciated by sitting in a bank window,"  Mrs. Arnold told The Times, "so I arranged a  show room for the work complete with  backlighting and in a darkened room."  Mrs. Arnold, who told The Times that the  art work, which has consumed thousands of  hours of time, has been appraised at $75,000.  t ' "This way people will be able to come and  relax and just enjoy the work at their  Two members of the Ministry-of Transport met with the Regional District Board  Oct. 3 to discuss complaints of noise and,  dangerous low-flying of aircraft.  Pender Harbour Director Don Penson  said he had received many enquiries from  residents about the danger of aircraft flying  in that area. "There has to be a bad accident  one of these days either with boats or the  collision of two planes," he said'.  ������ Secret Cove resident, Irene Hoffer, said  she and her husband had written a letter to  the Department of Transport in December oi  1972 and were told to get the number of the  plane and report it. "We'd have to be out  there every 10 minutes," Mrs. Hoffer said.  The aircraft "come down the long arm (at  Secret Cove) skimming into cross traffic.  They take off at full speed from Hotels and  Marinas."  John Saphir, regional superintendent oi  airways, reiterated the DOT request thatthe  numbers of planes be written and the pilot  reported to the RCMP so that charges can be  laid. '  However, he said "aircraft have just as  much right to the water as boats. There are  few collisions between boats and planes  because the aircraft have excellent visibility  taking off and landing and are flown by  responsible people."  Saphir said aviation is an integral part of  our economy and it would be impractical to  legislate against noise. "We have to accept  noise, people buying homes should be told  Protests continue  there is an airport or planes landing near-  by." :    , ;  The superintendent suggested though,  that aircraft are bound by regulations to fly  500 feet over water and 1,000 Met over  houses. He said if the numbers arevisible he  is flying too low, unless he is taking off or  landing.   ,  On Canadian planes, Saphir said residents  should take the last three numbers, the date  and time and report the pilot, for American  aircraft the last four numbers are needed.  Jack Apsouris, chief pilot for Tyee Airways, said Secret Cove is a real problem for  planes and his company has curtailed  operations there. "Pender Harbour is a  problem in the summer," he said, "boaters  are not as aware of planes as we are of  -them."  The ��� regional superintendent of air  regulations who also attended the meeting  and said he had looked at the coast on many  occasions and could see no reason to stop  operations in Secret Cove. "What is required  more than anything is an education  program." '  "The DOT can see the problem," he said,  "but if you go to the pilots and point out the  seriousness of the situation and the concern  of citizens I'm sure they will cooperate."  Saphir said if the board wanted to arrange  a time and place the DOT would be happy to  conduct an educational program for both  pilots and boaters.  the show room so that people can relax.  Tranquility can be seen daily during  .business hours at Dallis Studio on Cowrie  Street.  4f7fe-^  ���a *&y$4  PIXI-UKELOOKofDawneAtlee,10,of watercolors at the Whitaker House  Gibsons was captured by The Tinies display' on this week. About nine  camera  when  she  posed  with  her   children's works are on display.  Raymond Grant Moscrip, 25, of Sechelt,  changing his plea,to guilty of trafficking in  USD, appeared before Judge* J,S, Johnston  Oct. 23,  Moscrip was sentenced to nine monjjis In  tho Lower Mainland Regional Correction  Center at Ohknlln,    ,        ���  Tho charge was laid after'a former  ^laaiaiaaaaaaiaiiaiaaaiiaiaiiiiaiaiaiiiiiiaaiaaiiaiaaaaiaaiiiaiaaiaaiu  1 TIDES FOR THE WEEK !  5 I ,  October 9 to October 15  ��� Not to bo mod for navlflatlon �����  resident,    Rod    Wheeler,    working    In  collaboration with RCMP plainclothesmen,'  made a purchase of tho drug from the ac-,,  cuscd in a local pub, court was told.  Wheeler has since left the Sunshine Coast  nnd la currently, undertaking training In  RCMP '���     p , .     ,  Moserlp's lawyer, Leo McGrndy of  Vnncouver, admitted his client bad been  guilty of two previous drug offences, ono'In  1007 and another In 1971, but ho painted a  picture of nn Industrious family man,  Harper, 10, an art studentin the group, whfi    leisure." She said she hopes to place a sofa in  drowned last summer near-Tofino. 7    "���*-' "--* ' '-  The -youngsters, an informal group,  recently held a display in the Gibsons public  library ''Which was noted with honor,',', said  Mrs. Warn., , 7^-       c   7  "These youngsters' works are nearing th|  saleability stage,"' rMrs. Wanu ^old1 The.  Times. She was pleasedwith the'high,qualite  turned- out��by 4he /children, ranging' inTasl.    iM-ti  from nTnefo*W* T~ ,tV''v' "- ^\J^**M  a. They have worked together since) last      *"*'***  spring painting' at farms- and along', the  beaches and individually in their homes.  Youngsters in the group are:' Dawne  Atlee, Lena Jonan, Steven Gentles, Jim  Norris, John and Georgina, McConnell,  Maureen Forsyth, Margaret Kitson and Joan  Braithwaite.  Some of Bonnie's works are on display.  Zoning bylaw  gets reading ���  SECHELT���Village council gave two  readings to a new zoning bylaw prepared by  Doug Roy, the village's planning officer.  Roy presented his 45-page report at  Wednesday's regular council meeting where  it received two readings. It was then sent to  the department of municipal affairs in  Victoria for study arid then it will be returned  to tlie village. Public meetings will be held on  the bylaw before it is enacted;  Roy sold the bylaw was based on a similar  bylaw,In Gibsons,  DOROTHY ARNOLD  W.P. Malcolm., of Madeira, Park was  highly  critical   of^ the*. Sunshine   Coast  ^Regional <Distri6t's^|iropbsed^ tree ifethotal'  bylaw, i '       7 ' v *$?M& r" ��'< ��"'*',  In a letter to the regional boatd last week,  Malcolm said the board was "infringing on  our sacred rights as citizens of Canada. You  are stepping onto our property, telling" us  what we may do. You are going to far, I ask  you to reconsider,  "As for Adrian Stott (the regional planner) I think you should fire him; No one man  knows what is best for this community.  Perhaps you should have a planning committee only, after all, we elected you, not  Stott.  "You go too much by your paid employee  Stott and the previous planner and pay little  attention to the electorate.  "The trees on our property belong to Us as  much as yours do to you and we are the ones  to decide what should be done with them."  Several of the directors discussed the  , bylaw .which has received two readings and  ~ ,Ts hbw'be^^dia^the'dfepartirieiit of  '.'municipal affairs iri Victoria. < My ></_������,.  '   Ald.-director Norm Watson of Sechelt said  that he has had "dozens? of comments"  about the bylaw and most of them were  opposed to it. He added that basically the  bylaw is intended to control unstable land  and erosion.  Director Frank West of Area E said that  he too had many comment's about the bylaw  "and two or three irate loggers on my tail,"  Most of the comments were for the bylaw, he  added.  Director Don Penson of Area A, Pender  Harbour, said that there was a lack of information about the bylaw.  Director Charles Gooding of Area C,  where there was severe erosion two years  ago said the intention of the bylaw "is to  prevent bald prairie type development,"  Redrooffs property  not driest  Because of n technicality In tho local  weather reporting program, September was  not tho drlcs.t on record, rJTotal rainfall for tho  month was 1.19 inches nnd tlio record  9  0602  2.9  12  0305  11,3  W,  0150  13.0  Sa,  0922  4.2,  0752  8.9  0400  13.4  1155  10.7  1022  5.1  10  0712  3,3  13  0420  12.0  Th.  Su,  1017  4.8  0240  13.2  0440  13.5  0857  7.8  1102  3.7  11  0140  10.8  14  0520  12.7  Fr.  0022  3.7  M.  1107  ��5.5  0320  13.3  0520  13.5  0942  6.5  1147  2.6  15  Th.  0620    13,3  1202  0540  6.3  13.5  MlltCURY OUTBOARD  ,��� .JSAI.SS &,SERYICE7���~  MERCURYLAHD  ^   j    SECHELT                                   885-9626    i  >taaia aiiaiaaiiaaiaaaaiaaiiiiiaaiaaiaaaaiiiaatiaaaaaaiaa !  GIBSONS -r Council granted npprovnl,  Tuesday .night,, tor a redevelopment and  I   expansion program requested  by  Ken's  Lucky Dollar Store,  Owner Bill Ednoy rmid his plans will  result In increased store and parking space.  "Esscntlnlly," ho snld, "nil freight traffic  will ho removed from tho parking lot nnd tho  area doubled," .' >  ��^WIUiJhjp_nddUlonj)f^:t0,xj)5 section.,  across tho' back of the present building  Edney snitl ho would have room to expand hla  frccwr ancl cooler .space, produce section  nnd add a third check-out, Plans also Include  modernising shelves nnd widening tho aisles.  SECHELT ��� Aid. Ted Osborne, chairman of  the village's road committee told council that  he will soon'begin paving the road leading to  his subdivision. ��� '  Osborno said that the paving will start  from the poodle farm corner and follow the  road up to and past the new Secholt arena to  his subdivision,  Cost of the paving will be borne by the  village. '   , ��  In other council business, Yvotto Kent  v/ak appointed returning officer for tho  municipal election. ,  p Council will call tenders for tho removal  of the .John Watson houso which Is next door  to tho Socholt library. The village bought  Watson's house Inst year with tlio. proviso  remains nt .1)5 recorded. In September 1005,     that h(j could live thero for as long as ho^  ~'"~F��"'"cOTVchlii  records arc calculated from (1 a,m. to 0 a.m.     ago and council will remove tho houso froni  and, therefore, tho month didn't end until 11    tho 33-foot lot so that tho library can bo ox-  n.m. Oct. 1 so tho ,41 Inches which, fell early     tended. .......  Tuesday morning had to be Included in tho        There wcro nbout 12 applicants nt the  Soptombor total.' , village's court of revision hold Oct. 1.  Twelve-year ayerngo for September Is  .'1,37 Inches. High tcmpcratilro for lasl month  was flO degrees on Sept, 2 and the low wna -14  on Sept, 29,  p    Following Is tho week's weather report as  recorded at Gibsons;  pi Sept,20-Oct.4  ilIOIl\  IX)W    PREC  01 CO  00, 44  00 45  -su - ��� wr-  04 40  01 47  57 41  REDROOFFS - Jim Green, owner of  Coopers Green, said that a $300,000 price tag  placed on his property "Is fat too high. No  such price has ever been discussed," he told  7nio Times.  Copper made his comments following an  articles In The Times last week i;hat reported  tho asking price of Coopers Green is "far out  of reach," said regional district directors,  Tho district was willing to pay ono third on*  .1-33,000 If the provincial government would  pay two thirds or $60,000 of tho alleged asking  price^of $100,000 Jor tho property.  Cooportohl The Times that at no time has  the price of, $100,000 ever been discussed In  regnrd to tho purchase of the property.  "When 1 discussed sale of tho property  with the previous government in 1972 wc  were talking $150,000," said Cooper, But, ho  added, no firm price has ever been agreed  upon.1 ',   ' "  Frank West, chairman of the regional  board, reported that MLA Don Lockstead  said that tho now price of "nearly $300,000 'is  far beyond tho reach of tho government,' and  It's far beyond our reach," West told the  board. "We stuck our neck out for $.33,000,"  ' Cooper owns five acres of waterfront  proporty on Redrooffs Road which has long  been used, ns a campground by tourists.'  . "I'm not trying to bo unfair about this  tliihg,17.flalci,>Cooi)pr,(i.'rrn, Just .seeking j\,,  reasonable and fair prlco. Tho regional  board Is ihnklng it .sound much worse, At any  rate, tho public has hnd freo use of tho slto for  many ycnrs.7  Real estate developers have expressed  Interest In the slto,  7  me coastings  by DICK  PROCTOR  DATE  Sept, 20  'Sept, 29  Sopt, 30  ���~Octrl~~  Oct.2  Oct, 3  Oct. 4  nil  nil  ,41  * 720  nit  nil  nil  llnlnfnll this week .07 Ins.  IT APPEARS thnt trucking firms serving  the Sunshine Coast will soon l>o passing along  tho costs of Increased ferry rates to consumers,  Tlio  py^lcnv which in tliiTpii^  discounts to truckers, has changed Its policy  nnd, In effect, raised ferry rates for truckers,  Transport firms will lie passing along tho  Increased prices to local consumers. And  that will he In tho area of 20 per cent.  Up to Oct. 1, truckers could get ferry  scripts In varying amounts up to tho value of  $500 with a 20 per cent discount If used within  90Ldays.Qr, thcycould,.gq��� $200script with ..ML  por cent discount If used within a prescribed  period.  Then suddenly with no nuVnnco warning,  the B.C. government, by order-ln-council,  abolished tho system nnd set up a new ono  which went Into effect Immediately,. The  now system gives only ono discount rate with  no expiry date,  "This will effectively Increase rates to  .Sunshine.Const consumcr.i,by,2<1,.pcLcent,'!,  sold Bob Christopher of Peninsula Transport, Bob said that truckers supply 90 per  cent' of tho materials used on the Sunshine  Const and tho increased costs will bo foil  '        ���w-..w._.��-,M_Jrtfl,,^.P,|.0o^A^Bi  GIBSONS LEGION HALL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 8 PJ1,  ThU advortUomont paid by Sunihlno Coa��t N.D.P. y  S*  age A*  .a - I ' -  itae Peninsula Times 7" Wednesday, October % 1974  I.IWMM1 nummmamsmammmsBmaxeima^atmBaaaim imm innnui m wmmu m 'itm min  &:i  ti.  M The PENiNsuLA^fo^e^  Richard. _T. doctor, Managing Editor  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, "and not necessarily those'of The Tlmesr Attiom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals' mitst be signed by the_writer.  ^Start again,' Driftwood players ask school board  "A-free press is the unsleeping guardian of  every  other right - that free  men  prize."  - - 7 .  Winston Churchill  "Write it! It's your newspaper too."    usually a problem. _ ,  That's the  way  Don', Somerville, And don't Worry too much about  editor of the Oliver Chronicle put it in a    spelling, punctuation or grammar. Do  recent article in his newspaper. His  message is equally applicable here, and  one we endorse.        '  Listen to what else he had to say:  Yes,   your    news   is   important  ��� too ... whether it's a brief item- about  Aunt Sadie visiting for a couple of days, -  a major wedding anniversary... or an  . article concerning the organization to  which you belong.  Too often one can't see the forest for  the treesi and we've had such wonderful  cooperation over the years from people  who contribute items for the paper that  we're inclined to. forget that no doubt  there are many^ho dori't know how to  present something for publication.  .   . It's really quite easy. Write it out,  and bring it in or mail it to our office. Or  if it's a short item, phone it in. The  p purpose of a community newspaper  i such as ours is to report things that have  happened and things which are about to  happen in the community, and it's the  ;, one thing we can do better than any  7 other publication. In doing so, we can  keep people better informed, help our  >: readers understand' the things which  } affect the community, and often help the  ��� individual or a club pursue a worthy  : cause.  ; Many people draw back in horror at  ; the thought of writing an article, much  :--, less a news story, but it's really quite  : simple.  For those who'd like a bit of advise,  p. imagine yourself about to tell a friend as  :T- quickly as possible, what happened at a  ��� meeting, or what is about to happen.  "-- You'd start with the most "important  . thing, and gradually work down to some  of the little details. Which is exactly how  7 a news story should be written. ,  The old standard of "Who, What,  7 Where and When" is a good one to  7 remember, and when you've covered  those things, you've usually got things  �� under control. Don't worry about fancy  the best you can, and it it's wrong we'll  try our best to catch it and fix it. We  make some mistakes every week, but  we do get a great many things right.  And when all else fails, come in and  jaw with the editor, He'll appreciate  your interest and he does want your  news stories.  Times'gone "by  October 10,1973  Sechelt Village council will try to  "thaw" district lots 303, 304 and 1331  from the land freeze.  Jack Pearsall of Powell River has  been nominated as the Liberal candidate for the next federal election. He  was named in a Sechelt nominating  convention.  Aid. Ted Hume of Gibsons called the  recent by-election "an utter disgrace,'  because of the poor turnout of 208 voters  out of a possible 1,200:   ""  Jack Mayne and the late Mrs.  Margaret Lamb were named joint good  citizens by the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce.  October 8,1969  Latest addition to the B.C. Ferry  fleet is the Dogwood Princess serving  Keats and Gambier Islands.  Value, of tourist trade was stressed  by Gibsons Mayor Wally Peterson.  . Frank Jones of the Boulevard,  Sechelt, opposed council plans for a  seawall.  Sechelt school board passed a  resolution approving referendum  number 10 as revised by the Department of Education.  October 7, 1964 ,,.  . Attendance figures,) indicate that it,  �� words and clever phrases. Don t use a _wj]Ks00n7be, necessary to increase  Editor's note: The following correspondence 7  is a copy of a letter addressed to Agnes 7  Labonet, chairman of the-Sechelt-school -"-  board. The author furnished a copy to The  Times for publication.  Dear'Mrs. Labonte:  Becoming a president of a local club for  the first time is in many ways like moving  into a new community. It takes some time to  t discover the background necessary for the''  continuing development and improvement of  the club. And amongst the, exploration for  perspective are bound to be discoveries that  all is not the happy world that many have  believed existed.  The Driftwood Players have, been "in -  existence now for some six years. At our  inception a very cordial relationship seemed  to exist with the local school board. The  members of the board recognized our con-  tribution to the community and assisted us  accordingly.  But that good relationship has decayed.  .  A few instances: .'  1. In 1972 the club agreed with the school  . board to present one yearly children's play  for performance in the schools. This allowed  the district to cancel contracts with Holiday  Playhouse for the same things which then  cost $1,500 per year. We were offered $250  production costs, plus transportation costs a  quarter/ per child, to be collected at the  performance���approximately $900.  In 1973 we did not receive the $250 for  production costs and principals were given  the decision to charge the 25 cents per child,  presumably making up the admission for  school funds.  In 1974 it appeared that the schools were  also given the option to decide whether or not  the children would attend.   -  2. In 1972 we were asked to apply for  rooms for rehearsal, workshops and performances under the adult education  program. Previously we had borrowed-the  necessary facilities in the schools free of  charge but now a minimal and flexible  charge was made with the'kind of consideration that is just for a small club with no  solid financial foundation.  In 1973 at the start of the fall night school  program we were approached, asked the  number of members attending the "class"  and charged accordingly���$10 per person.  - This year more of the same but add little  difficulties like finding someone to unlock the  main doors 10 minutes after we should have  been in, the decidedly overprotective attitude of school custodians and fewer hours of  availability of the facilities and it does  become close to impossible.  The Driftwood Players, as a club, are  dedicated to the , development of an  awareness and appreciation of theatre on the  Sunshine Coast. The high quality of our  productions is a direct result of three factors: time, energy and money. When our  relationship with die school board begins to  erode these three factors, it is time to say:  Stop! Can we start again please? From the  beginning? Forgetting past personal feuds?  to build a relationship that works. And then  , perhaps the community as a whole can really  , begin to benefit.  Mike Willis, president  Driftwood Players  Alderman denies columnist's comments  fifty-dollar word when a ten-cent one  will do the job. Write in the same  language you use when conversing with  friends and neighbours ... it makes  better reading, and it's easier for all to  . understand.  Don't worry about a headline. That's  the editors job. Don't worry where he  puts the story in the newspaper ... in a  small community weekly such as ours,  everything gets read regardless of  which page it appears on.  And don't worry about whether the  editor will print your story... he invariably will, as long as it's in good taste  and has some intere^ to people in the  community. He may hold it back for a  later issue if he's stuck for space, arid he  may edit or, change it slightly .... but  he'll print it.  Occasionally there is a question as to  what constitutes advertising and what is  news, and it's often difficult to draw the  distinction. When cjubs or organizations  are trying to prohrtote an event,  thoy sometimes forget that advertising  is just as much of an expense as the hall  rental and food, and that the newspaper  cheerfully helps promote the cause, but  gets a little miffed when it receives all  the free news releases and little or none  of the advertising money,  But don't worry about being blackmailed into buying an ad if you've  something you'd like printed. It's not  Sechelt Elementary School by two  classrooms, Sechelt school board was  told by Gordon Johnson, school inspector, i  Advantages to the community of a  breakwater would be tremendous, said  Jack Davis, MP.  Councils, boards  meeting times  BOARDS and municipal councils  hold public meetings at the following  times and places.  ��� Gibsons village council:municipal  hall, 2nd arid 4th tuesdays, 7 p.in.  ��� Sechelt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  and 4th Thursdays, 7; 30 (Lower floor,  Gibsons municipal hall),  ��� Sechelt village council: municipal  ball, 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 6r represent a, delegation,  Editor, The Times  Sir: I feel that it is necessary to provide  corrections of the items appearing in the Oct!  2 issue of the Peninsula Times Under, the  heading Sunshine Coastings by Dick Proctor  (Editor). Item One, and I will now endeavor .  to provide information as seen by one who  attended the convention in question, in  rebuttal to the statements by one not in attendance at the convention.  Paragraph One. Fun and Follies of the  UBCM convention.  Only a certain type of person would  regard sitting for six to seven hours a dayfn  meetings as fun, (but then such persons  would not attend unless for personal interests). Follies ��� a direct statement that  some 98 per cent of the municipalities of B.C.  are guilty of folly by support and attendance  at such conventions. Since these are elected  representatives then the electors must also  be included. r 7  vi Paragraph Two. Confab. v-    *  How can a convention of some 650 elected '���'  delegates be termed a confab? Especially  since it is through these7 gatherings that the  will and desires of the people of British  Columbia are best made known to the  legislature? In this regard results must  speak for themselves.  Fun City. The City of Vernon might just  possibly approve, but the delegates who give  up their own time, occupations and earnings  to attend and endeavor to protect the good  and welfare of their.electors, may disagree.  Paragraph Three. Even the village clerk  attended. It would appear that experience  and knowledge have lost their value in  certain persons' eyes. The clerk attended the  convention at the express wish of the council  in order that full use could be made of his  knowledge and experience which indeed  proved to be of greatest value. ;7  Paragraph Four. Each municipality has  one vote.  This  must  be  a   deliberate  misstatement or a case of ignoranco.' At the  UBCM convention each delegate has one  '��� vote.'' 7. ., '��� '''; ...''���     ���' ���*  ",'   Paragraph Five. To it's credit the Sun-  i shine Coast Regional District, sent only one  delegate.  This must be an opinion since other people  may regard the matter differently. Mr.!West  found himself wldi the benefit of some 10  votes from the Sunshine Coast, The power of  these votes cannot bo disregarded in matters  pertaining to regional district affairs, There  have boon many motions carried or defeated  by, margins closer thnnlO and any onie of  such motions could very easily rebound to  the great detriment of the people of the  . Sunshine Coast.  It must be noted Uiat there Is access to 10  More on Lady Cynthia  arid Glacier Queen  Editor, The Times     7      -    -  Sir: It hardly seems possible a lifebelt  from one of these ships woidd be in the  condition it seems to be;in your photo, (The  , Times, Sept. 25) but for whatit is worth:  From:7 Personality Ships of British  Columbia by Ruth Greene^ Page 303, the  Lady Cynthia came to the Union Steamships  -dock August 22, 1925. She was a day  passenger and had a maximum speed of 15  knots. At the end of that year, bound for  Powell.River in fog, she rammed and sank  the'Cowichan which was southbound, off  Roberts Creek. No lives were lost.  Page 315. In 1958, June 4, Chileotin was  sold by the Union Steamships to Alaska  Cruise Lines and renamed Glacier Queen.  The Lady Cynthia ran up Howe Sound in  the early 50s and was retired in 1955. ,  B.C. Lawson  Box 70  'Madeira Park  More on the Cynthia  Editor, The Times;  Sir ��� Regarding the Glacier Queen:'I've  heard of her, but you'll have to-check the"  marine history in your library, she's a different ship from the Lady Cynthia.  The Lady Cynthia and the. Lady Cecilia,  were identical ships. Both built in Scotland as  mine sweepers during the first'World War.  Union Steamship Co. bought them, had them  remodelled and brought out here in 1925.  Both these ships ranvthe Vancouver-Powell  River rtin. -������ -��� " ���  The Lady Cynthia had her bit of bad luck.  She, on a foggy day. just off Roberts Creek,  ran into and sunk the Union-owned  Cowichan,. but managed, to . get the  passengers and mail off before she sank in  very deep water. ��� '7  Shortly after that on her way up coast she  again in fog, ran on the reef off Davis Bay.  All passengers and mail were landed oh the  beach by lifeboat, and the Cynthia had to be  unloaded onto scows,, before the tugs could  get her off the reef.  Ex-Union employee AlexKean  2140 McDonald, Vancouver  -'Formerly of Sechelt  CARIBOO AUTO SALVAGE LTD.  Quick Removal of all Strap Metal  Objects-'LARGE OR SMALL WE  HAULEMALL' .    .  Specializing in Trucks and Heavy  Equipment of all types,-also Car-Bodies  and Tin removed. 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ENINSULA  iiinfiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiriiiiiiiiiiMiiiiifiiriiiiiriiifiiiiiiiriiiic.Af.fiiiiiiiiiriiu iiiiiiiiiiiiiii<  A     ���      ��� * ' \  On car insurance  ^Ed^toCThcs"Tl^hoSs"^"T*wfc,,,' ;-��-���*.  Editor, Tlio Times;  Sir ��� ICBC versus private Insurance,  In years gone by, ns our car was getting  older, our car insurance Increased without  any accident record, When wo Insured with  , ICBC our insurance was reduced more Including driver's Insurance which wo approve  , of. Suppose Uio government let Uio private  insurnnco companies compete with Uicm, Uio  privnte companies would not insure any bad*  risk drivers, so tho government would bo loft  with nil Uio high-risk Insurnnco which thoy  could not refuse,  could not refuse.    -'"*  Ro: opposition's criticism and predictions  of tho ICnC. It Is cn/iy to predict largo losses  that mightnever comoJojpflss-pure guess  "'"Vorfc7 how nbout waiting ono year till ono  year's record Is amassed which will produce  facts, I expect they will adopt the Saskatchewan policy when accidents put tho In-  mujanco company In tho red, thoy will In*  creasefatesrand wheri in the hlhck;thoy will  reduce rates. Thnt'n insurnnco at cost.  . . 'Equalization rates I approve of ns It will.  '. help people up north and tho like,  *7 AstrldKadlm  I. IUU  Halfmoon Bay  of the provincial government ministers and  officials specifically in attendance at the-  gathering for the sole purpose of dealing with  the problems - of each individual  municipality. Quarters were provided at  great expense for these officials and this  direct access was utilized by the local  delegates extensively.      ' ,  It i$ regrettable that the credibility level  of a normally responsible  newspaper  is  being eroded so much by the presentation of  misinformation, presented as facts (by the  Peninsula Times). It would appear that  actual truth and fact is something that  cannot be printed as news, although if the  correct- information was printed in The  Times it would be of great benefit and Interest to the readers. ���  ,,  E.W. Booth, Alderman  Box 323  Sechelt, B.C.  Ode to a friend  Editor, The Times; Sir ��� I thought you  might be interested in publishing the enclosed little poem 'primarily .for the effect it  may have on the person responsible.  J. Mervyn Boucher  R.R.1  ' Madeira Park  Ode to a Faithful Friend  Lines written at Bargain Harbour, B.C.,  on the passing of "Jed" a purebred golden  retriever, Monday, 30 September, 1974.  The setting sun shone  On a golden hide,  And faithful eyes  Could not completely hide  The pain that wracked  The loyal man's best friend  E'en though he knew  It was for him the end  Of carefree days  .Along the harbour shore  Where he had romped 7'  For seven years and more  With Anne and Bill  And Mardi and, with Merv  His very best his favourite  Four to serve.  But lils big heart gave out  And with a sigh  Jed left for his dogs'kennel  In tho sky,  ...POISONED  ���'   imtmn*nnh*Mtemtwmmt>tmim*Amuvvi*mMiuumMimti\  TwePeninsulaYW  ���   .Published Wednesdays fti Socheit ���  on B,G's Sunshine Const .7'  ....... '7. ,: .....7 ��y.'....!.,.';..     ..  Powell Klv^r News Town Crier  ,    Sechelt Times Ud,'  H,���.^���7�����,....7Box010 - Secholt, IJ,C.��--*��>���-  ���Hume 885-3231  Subscription R��lcs: (In ndvnncc)     '  i-xwnl, $7 per yew, Ocyoral 35 mtlcs, $8    <  U,S,A,$10,OvCTsps$tl.  Sen'lrift the. area fnmtl'ort Mellon to Ifytwmt,  I Umv Sound to Jervis Inlet]  ,mrnfm*mi*mivwmmwinm*mmfmMiinMnAimmwmnm*H,  ^^aJcfeB^J^^jliwji^  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.  The Peninsula Time  Box 310 Sechelt , B.C.  !  I  Phone 385-3231  j^gg_��gasHiw^.m^  SB*  i,   i  U  i  ���t-^j: r, ,��� ,  is ;fi  * t.<v1jiF<wi&\mh4^W*Mi I'M1'!'11!111 h'iu'iimi1 .hiiy' im !V  LS- w��L7  ,'  11     .,i,' ,i     .hi. p    , ,      '  wy^m-yy-,,  >    7 7,l,.> V7V /_,'.��,  7l��   ' ,  77  y-y^^yy  i���'',��� p, i.  'i  i'i i   i'i i  ii i,i  I  '       l 'J  le recommends  festwoo  FOLLOW SMOKEY'S RULES  Whon Dnvld Poskltt dpslgns n now homo, ho llkon  to mnko suro his cllont Is getting tho bost,  both In nnncopl and ooiiHtruotlon.  Thnt'H why, for hovoii of his Intost doslgiiH, ho's  rocommondod Wontwood Building Systems.  It's a wlso cholco; Bocnuso at Wostwqpd wo uso  lho flnost, klln-clrlod matorlnls and tho lnfost  torihnolofjy to bulk! quality homos at n'ntofionnblo cont,  Whnt'ii moro, wo ami holp you nil tho wny���from  Initial doHlgn to flnlshod product, Wo onn o.von  holp you nrrnngo flnnhfiliiR. ^  If thorn's n now homo In your future, tnlk to your  WoHtwooil donlor,  And find out why Dnvld Poskltt fioyn. "WoHtwood la  ,^Rlmply'nno''fltop*nhoml'of'nny'othor"ByfttomT,V"^,^w'*''"'*~  rrmrrrrrrmn'  I'lHM'IHllWJM^  BE sure to  drown all fires.  ���    In ��� Sechelt--���������*?-���  Jim Crick Construction  Box 457, Sechelt, B.C.  Ph. 885-9951  U^zdJ BUILDING SYSTEMS ITR  .,...,,���,. |n G ardeti Bay -��-~��� ���  Coe Enterprises Ltd.  Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  Ph. 883-2671  74-4 ���    '     _&,  it'  "j i -t 'ft fflr * r * *     - Vl iffir to*  t  )  .; j  hi    �����__?_,  7 The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  7   Wednesday, October 9,1974  .''a ���*  T4  ' SECHELT���Evan Grayand Steve Hayward  are  making  names   for   themselves   in  motocross racing.  ' Evan took first place in. the B.C. cham-  ' pionship, 250 cc trophy on Sept. 22 at Agassiz.  7 He took fourth place 250 cc trophy in  ��� Canadian \ championship competition at  Kamloops recently. Evans has placed first in  his last three competitions.  Newcomer to the sport, Steve Hayward,  14, won the schoolboys, championship at'  Agassiz in only his second 7race. The  youngster has placed in other competition.'  By.  ��--_  EVAN GRAY...  .. amassing trophies.  A hard-hitting Ex-Brittariia Rugby Club  handed Gibsons Rugby Club its first loss  Saturday in Vancouver. The big Vancouver  club won the game 12-6.  Pressing well at first, Gibsons could not  break-through. Then, on some poor ball  handling, Ex-Brits grabbed the ball and ran  most of the field for their first try; The  conversion attempt failed.  Through the rest of the first half the play  rambled back and forth and the score, at the  .break/was 4-0. t    ,  Gibsons didn't fare much better during  the second half. They continued to press but  couldn't manage to break through.  Finally Gibsons was "awarded a penalty  which John Crosby converted making the  score 4-3. Ex-Brits then played strongly and  scored a try which was again unconverted.  Shortly after a second penalty was awarded  to^ Gibsons. John Crosby converted which  brought the score to 8-6.  Near the end, Ex-Brits added another  unconverted try and the game ended at 12-6.  Gibsons record is now three wins and one  loss. Next game will be at Langdale  Elementary School Oct. 19 against UBC.  No matter how many communes anybody  invents, the family always creeps back.  STEVE HAYWARD  ... schoolboy champ  Annual event  ���d  Women members of the Sunshine Coast    guests, both men nnd women, are invited to  Gplf and Country Club hold their annual fall    attend, ;  ipcetlng   and' luncheon   last   week   and  presented trophies.  ,   Presenting awards were match committee chairman Wilma Sim assisted by  ,Glonna Salahub. 7 7  Back-to:school tournnmont winner was  Betty Turnbull and runner-up was Adeline  .'.Clark, ...  , p. > i,    p. . .���.'.'..  Marlon Hopkins cn^cr beaver, trophy for  tho most Improved player w<?nt to Iva  * ����*Pctcrson.Club president Don 'Douglas made  tho pro,s6ntatlon,     ,  Senior lady trophy wns won by Audrey  McKenzlo and runner-up was Vera Munro.  Nino-hole tournament winner was Jean  Whltla and Ivan Peterson wns runner up,  First flif?l.t of tho. .club^championship  runner-up was Vera Munro and winner of tho  flr.st flight and also runner-up of the chnni-  plonship was Betty Turnbull.  Virginia Douglas won the ladles club  championship for tho .sixth consecutive year.  . A prize'for beat attendance on ladles day  , wns presented to Vera Munro and also to  Joanne Mcllwalno who tied with Margaret  Arbucklo for second, A ulft was presented to  rotlrlnK indies captain Norma Gnjncs for  tho, "excellent and much appreciated  " ~   lOpfidorfiMp" of tho past year.'"���~~"���~���������-  Election of officers \vcro; ladles captain,  lienor .InRllsjCo-cantnln, Morln Clement;  Heerctarjr-trcn'surcr, Vera Farr; match  committee, Jeanne Mdlwalno; handicaps,  Audrey McKcnrlo; publicity, Marlon  Alsftlgcr.  Afternoon bridge will Iks carried on during  the winter under die chnlrrnonshlp of Isobcl  Dhpcr. Bridge will l�� each second and fourth  Tuesday starting at 1 p.m. l.vcnlng bridge  will .start at tlie clubhouse on the first  ,��Snturdny of each month. Members nnd  "pacfa /4$we  YOUR. LOCAL FUNERAL HOME  OFFERS A COMPLETE RANGE OF  SERVICES,     >     FUNERAL .,��*  MEMORIAL, AT MODERATE COST.  THE     LOCAL     FUNERAL     HOME  HONOURS   THE   CONTRACTS   OF  ALL       FUNERAL       PLANS       OR  DESIGNATION    FORMS    OF    ALL  MEMORIAL SOCIETIES.  THERE IS.NO FEE FOR FILING YOUR  FUNERAL PRE-ARRANGEMENTS OR  DESIGNATIONS WITH JHE LOCAL  FUNERAL HOME.     y  , CONVENIENCE    OF   THE    LOCAL  ' FUNERAL    HOME    IS   VERY    IMPORTANT IN TIME OF NEED.  t6t ��6wc *4 a ptu frihvtal  jtn���r<WKUtye*Keitt fttcut.  . cmite. <w ftluw  TOMMLnvm  1665 Seaview Rdf  Gibsons, B.C. 886-9551  Dan A. Devlan Owner-Manager  CM .-.STEREO XENTRE  !  ��� full line of CiW car stereos  felpxe 8 Track  o Fast forward o Treble  bass control m AGS speakers  Reg. price  *119���95  Come and see for yourself!  :AG1C MUSHKO  OPEN 6 DAYS-A WEEK-10 "5:30  Next to Bank of Montreal 885-2522  IS CF<  MM  S$./Zy$>*-S  j.��**J*X  Wife- ^7.^7'^"  ���JifiJar XT      "_*   I      ���'.*> ���a      V �����.  S�� -ar  We have tripled the space and  tripled the products.  We are continuing with  entertainment products.  ���M����rt-i  t  and adding the /  ��washers    ��fridges  ostoves  line of appliances.  ��dishwashers"      ��dryers  ��compactors  Gome and see our new store and enjoy a  i. ���,  ", ' '    '    i       ' .      '   ''       '���'���,.'    7      7  ��� ,, r ���  ,  free cup of coffee and a donut.  Joan and Chuck Stephens and Family  NeXt to i^c Musi���  Across the street from the Post Office  il  0 0  MASTER CHABGE  885-2568 VISITING Fijian students here on A fast played, evenly matched contest action is evident in this photograph as  Canada World Youth'' encampment, saw a 2���2 draw. The popular Fijians, the bare-foot visitors weren't par-  gathered a soccer team together and playing on the reserve soccer field, were ticularly concerned about possible  took on the Sechelt Indian Renegades, popular with the crowd. Some of the fast cleats pr stubbed toes.  77 v *   '���     *  WINTER CLUB NEWS  This week,, I would like to attempt an  answer to those people who are saying,  "what about something for the kids?"  First of all, strictly speaking, curling can  be enjoyed arid played by any person big  enough to throw a rock; down the Ice. I'would  guess any child of 11 or older could do this.  For this reason we will open the rink free to  the schools of the area for their physical  education programs. Our present schedule  allows two full days per week for school use.  More time could likely be made available if it  is needed.  Now for the tougher question, what about  tlie little children under 11 years of. age? For  them we have no program except for six  weeks of possible skating and roller skating  In the off season. For that, I apologize since I  would like us to be able to accomodate them  as well. However, It was our group's pledge  to construct and operate the building at no  ,cost to the taxpayer.  -4>y Harry Turner  Because of the high cost pf an arena and  the failure to get an arena passed on a  referendum, our group decided to try for the  curling rink, a considerably cheaper project.  It is my personal opinion that if we can get  one project started, other facilities will not -  be far behind. But if this project falls for lack  of response, the area will do without winter  recreation for another six or seven,years,  before another Interested group tries again.  Get behind us, we need your support.  Debentures are $200 each and can be bought  oh time,  We, In the curling group, would also like to  have an arena here and It is the feeling of  many of tho present membership that if the  curling rink makes a profit, those profit?  could be set aside for the building of an  arena, The village has adequate land for an  arena, complex to bo placed alongside the  curling rink. ',.,''  Well, enough of the serious stuff, We have  r--  *  r-  / ������ -411 .*."-/rf>  .   ���  -     i if'   ���  I  1 **'  ^i��  W  a I'd  ffi  >"  \r<  ��� - '���*.���  ,. .ft  .'.���**,'is'*.-- 4; J  r <*  L. *--W,'^r*..f  .V*  ^fC'-*^-l>��^  THAT'S KNOWN as using your head.  Fijian soccer player tries to pass ball  over to mate coming up at right while  Renegade wait for ball to descend.  been out canvassing the last two weeks.,  There are still some areas not yet covered at  the time of writing, but all areas should be  completed by this Friday. If we did not get to  see you by thenryou were not home when we  canvassed or your dog was too big and  scared us off, or if your house Is being newly  constructed, the moats around it \yere too  deep and your crpcs were as scarey as, the,  dogs. In one instance, I couldn't find a door  and 1 wonder, are you so dedicated to  isolation that you built yourself in.  to get serious again, if you are interested  and were hot contacted, please contact us;  Harry Turner ��� 886-2184 or Gary McDevitt  ~ 886-7447. We would be more than pleased to  answer any questions you have. Wo need  your financial help to get tills project off ithe  ground.  COLLISION COURSE looks eminent as  bard-footed Fijian is about to be  checked   by   on-rushing    Renegade.  Arena News  ���by Helen Phillips  My timing was ]ust right as far as last  week's news went. By the time the paper  came out and it mentioned we had our ice  machine, we did.  The refrigeration and ice plant and  compressing units arrived on Monday and  are in the process of being installed. The  condensing units has been mounted outside  on the pads, and by the time you read this  Bruce should have started making his ice.  Hold it! Don't bring you ice skates out yet.  If you will remember back to another column  a few months ago, I told you how they go  about making ice, and it isn't done overnight,  it takes about 2 weeks.  All the matting has been cut and fitted for  the dressing rooms and skaters lobby,  courtesy of one of our hard-working volunteers.  A small patch of cement has been poured  in front of the main doors. While mentioning  the main doors, may I make the request that  everyone use them from now on. The fire  escape doors will have to be permanently  closed once Bruce starts making his ice, and  if those who leave the building do so by the  fir^exits, this will not only allow the tem-  ' petfature in the main arena to go up, but if the'1  doors are not closed, then the next person  along is going to use them and bring in dirt.  CLEAN is the secret of good ice, which  even includes no dust in the air when Bruce is  painting. Since many people are like us, not  used to an ice areha, we will have to educate  ourselves to learning the rules of how to  conduct ourselves around ice.  I have talked to a few ladies that didn't  realize we needed people out there to paint  any day they could make it. You don't have to  come just when there is an official work  party, come any time during the day and Ted  or I will put you to work; Let's get' the  painting all done before the opening, please.  There was. an enthusiastic turnout last  Thursday of 58 persons for the curling  meeting. A curling committee was formed  and includes the following: Dave Ashton,  Hank Hall, Tarn London, Barry Redman, and  Reg Thomas. Ladies include Doris Ashton,  Ann Eback, Lydia Hall, Catherine London  and Judy Parish. A representative from the  high school is Robert Nestman.  A schedule of curling draws will be an-  nouced as soon as the committee has formed  them, so anyone who is interested in curling  but has been unable to commit themselves  until they know what nights are offered for  mens, womens, or mixed will then have an  idea as to whether they will be able to participate or not. .    y  The phono rang four times while wo were  put thoro Thursday, so may I remind you,  1 until the arena Is open, Ted's working hours  are 8:30 till 4:30, with an hour off for lunch.  So don't call at night becauso you won't get  any answer. During tho dny, call Ted at 885-  2955,     i  Bill Wlllgress Is interested In talking to  men who would llko to form a men's fun  hockey league. If you nro Interested In such a  Jcnguo, cnll.Blllut, 085-9313 after. .5.pjn., ���.,.  *ir       * ���*���  %  ���aa" * i��*  -% ', '1* ��� ���   '  PageA-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 9,1974  ';*?���      i   > <����*'       yfTj.1  .. -.- %  ��� 7.* �����  *���*  a-'-/*J  v*'7jfc*a   h ��� ...   :  .+.     5��,  m   .Jf v     . a  \, -V J  './������  Popular visitors entertained fans at the  reserve soccer pitch with a dance prior  to the game.  HOUSING PROTECTION  Warranties' protecting all purchasers of -  new homes in Canada should be a reality by  January 1975, reports Consumers'  Association of Canada. The Association has  been actively involved in negotiations with  governnment and the building industry  towards a federal home warranty scheme.  TEE-shirt graffiti advertises fact that  Fiji is celebrating a centenary.  885-3411  ;:���:               , I ::.  ;g   Asparagus Fern (A. Sprengeri) #  JJ 'There are several asparagus 'Ferns' which $  ���:j:   can be grown indoors but A- Sprengeri is :j:  S;   best suited to house culture. If allowed to |i;  :���:���   droop over the pot the vines"will   grow ���$  ���:���:   several  feet   long.  Water   sparingly   and ��:  $j  select a cool partly shady spot. Frequent :���:���  :];|   misting    keeps    foliage    attractive    and :$  ���:���:  promotes vigorous growth. $���  .U*w*pP*��.��*as\  LAST GOLFERS on the green nt Sunday's Lions club tournament were tho Secholt members Including from left:  Gerry Freeborn; liny Stockwell; Herb Mitchell nnd Wcs Klnuso.  Gibsons Lions Club reclaimed tlio Sunshine Const Lions Club sponsored golfing  trophy tills yonr.  I<nat year, tho Sechelt club, captured Uio  trophy, emblematic of Lions club championship on tho Sunshine Const, but tills year,  Glbsona power and talent reclaimed tho title.  "Taking'riclenn"ifJwflcp*wfts"Doh" Sleeps*  guest of Gibsons Lions Club with low gross;  Joo Kampman, Gibsons Lions took second  low Rross nnd Don Rlson of Gibsons Lions  took low net.  ^TrtooiK^oiriJnnwyTiri^est'of'S^hett  Mona to uphold some of the honor for the host  club who took second low net.  Hnydcn Klllnm of Sechelt captured the  consolation prize for high gross,  No members of Pender Hnrbour Lions  Club competed. ' Sechelt News Notes  ���&y Peggy Connor  , Gibb and Lavigne Lee of Sechelt have'  returned from an extensive trip around B.C.  The first stop at Hope was to visit Mrs. Lee's  sister, Mrs. Nancy Eddy, then on to Savonna  and up to Mica where niece, Mrs. Paul  TVistisen lives at Southcity. They called in at  friends in Whonnock, Haney and in general  had a glorious time.  Mrs. BoggistpOf North Vancouver who  died Friday, Sept. 27, was a former resident  of Davis Bay and well known in the area.  Daughter Dorothy .and Ken Mason also lived  here for a time. Mrs. Boggist made good use  of the nurses loan cupboard by borrowing  equipment and now the family wish to assist  others in her name. In lieu of .flowers  donations will go tp the Margaret Lamb  Memorial Fund, in care of Mrs. Marie  Conner, Box 540, Gibsons.  Enjoying .our. beautiful September  weather were Mr. and Mrs., Harry Blackwell  from Birmingham, England, who 'were here  to vist their son Brian Blackwell and his  family, who live in West Sechelt.  Sunshine Coast Power Squadron members who put their knowledge gained through  various courses into a happy holiday were  Don and Hazel Hadden aboard the Bunty,  Werne and Annelies Richter, on Tejor and  Glenna Salahub aboard Genie. The three  vessels journeyed through .local waters for a  month, reaching as far as Allison Harbor  across from the norther tip of Vancouver  Island where the sea was calm but with the  Pacific Ocean swell giving the old up and  down feeling to let them know they were  entering the big water.  What better feeling than to put their  theory into practice���charting courses  running through fog with confidence in  yourself and your boat. These skippers are  not' novices���all of them and their mates  have spent many summers on the sea so this  was a relaxing trip viewing reversing falls,  isolated lakes, sighting porpoise, whales,  seals, sea lions, dining on prawns, "clams,  crabs, fish and two-inch barnacles, very  tasty, baked in little shells.  Extensive traffic on the Johnston Strait  but so many places that have closed down  like Allison Harbor still on the books as  having full service in reality a desolated  deserted place. Modern logging techniques,  and canneries have changed the mode of  living in many a coastal village. Travelling  in September they found many services had  close'd with the ending of the summer trade,  so tanks were topped off whenever near a  fuel depot, and lots of other supplies being  carried on board.  This Thursday, Oct. 10. is the. day the  tickets for the Sechelt Auxiliary to ��t. Mary's  Hospital's Captain's Dinner Smorgasbord go  on sale. The date for the "do" is Saturday,  Nov. 9. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Billie  Steele, 885-2023. Tickets go on sale at the  -meeting to members, associate as well as  regular. After the meeting in .the afternoon  the public,<may.Rurchase tickets by phoning..,  the above-number, price $7.50 per person. '  Dress is according to your captain's wish,  formal or informal. Food we hope to have  elegantly scrumptious as usual. Entertainment will be by Ronnie Dunn's Girls  and music by Penn Kings.  The Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hosptial bridge was off to a good start with  their bridge party at St. Hilda's Hall Friday,  Oct. 4, with 31  women attending.  Mrs.  aaiaaaiaaaaaaiamaaaiiaimaaaaiaiaaaaiaaaaaaiaiiiniiiiiaaaaaiaaaaav  Gibsons Pentecostal      l-  ���    HIGHWAY 8. MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  s l    PHONE 886-7107 -  ] Pastor: Getty Foster  uiNniiiiiiiiiaiiii>iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiai��iiiiiiia>aiiiiiii  Margaret Humm, chairman, assisted by ,  Mrs. Betty Humm, were delighted with the  number present."Also helping with the bridge  and refreshments were Mrs. Evelyn Ashton  and Mrs. Olga Johnson.  First Prize winner was Mrs. Lee Redman  and second-prize'went to Mrs. McConnell,  and a bingo bridge winner was Mrs.'Bir-  nacki. Someone left a two-deck pack of cards  at the hall which Mrs. Humm has at her  house, phone number 885-2840.  I hear Harold and Bea Swanson had quite  a holiday on their trip up to Telegraph Creek,  Cassiar and other points at the top of the  province. Pretty tricky roads up there so  Harold and Bea ended up flying over the area  this seeing many scenes they might otherwise have missed.  Mrs. Ruby Breese was presented with a  gift of remembrance from the Sechelt  Hospital Auxiliary by Mrs Ida Dawe on her  visit to Sechelt to take in her Rebekah  Lodge's tea and bazaar at St. Hilda's Sept.  28. Ruby, one of the - mainstays of ttie  auxiliary from its start in 1961, is a friendly,  tireless worker loved by all and missed for  herself and her help. Powell River certainly  has gained a good citizen and we are proud to  say she is one of ours.   -    '  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Sunday School ..... ��� 7.. 10:00 a.m.  Morning Wonhlp .-.���_-.  11:15 a.m.  Eycnlng Sorvlco J '7:30 p.m.  Prayor & Blblo Study. Wed.,   7:30 p.m.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. ��� 7;00 p.m.  PHONE 885-9905  PASTOR:  FRED NAPORA        ,  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Some of you reading this column today  take tranquillizers. Your nerver are shot and  you are relying on pills to carry you through..  Please let me share with you a remedy that  doesn't involve drugs and it won't cost you  any money.  In Psalm 139 the psalmist is addressing  God and says, "Thou didst form my inward  parts, thou didst knit me together in my  mother's womb. Thou knowest me right  well; my frame was not hidden from thee."  These words tell us that God made us and  because He did He knows all about us. He  understands your hang-ups and knows your  ��� weaknesses. God appreciates, the fact that  we live in a pressure-packed, tension-filled  society, and that most of us need some sort of  tranquilizer to maintain our sanity.  But you must believe that God can help  you. And you must be willing to surrender  entirely to His will. He will give you all the  time you want with Him and ybu don't even  have to leave you house to see Him. Talk to  Him right now, open your heart and tell Him  how you feel. Be honest, sometimes those  pills don't even help and so often they just put  a temporary cover on things. But Jesus will  get at the root of the problem. Are you going  to do business with God and His Son Jesus  Christ or refuse His help and His love which  is yours for the asking?  . j.r t-.  i��__r* -     vr '*,-*���**�� *-���*������* ��* .j-.**. �� -������-?,.     ,* i***.**���  '*���  /. ' !����� **-���*-   * ��� '* ��t ���"- ' '*  Christian Science  On the Christian Science radio series the  Truth that Heals���advertised in The Times .  today, people tell how they have found that  freedom from alcoholism is possible through  a deep conviction that God is present to help  times of trouble.  Satisfaction���deep and reliable���is a need  of every one of us. When we lean  wholeheartedly on God-love, we find the  direction, the thoroughly rewarding help and  comfort that makes false supports unnecessary. Reliance on alcohol and smoking,  ' dissolves when we turn frequently to'our  Father, ever-present love, for satisfaction  and guidance. '     ,  " Scient 1sts set  The Peninsula Times PageA-5  Wednesday, October 9,1974  MORE ABOUT ...  ��Sunshine Coastings     ���  ~from Page A-l  soon. Thai includes hard goods and food and  grocery items.  Lome Blain, Langdale terrflinal agent  confirmed the increase.  Truckers wondered why the. hike wasn't  right across the board���why not increase the  cost to passenger cars as well.-  Of course, it isn't the terminal agents job  to second guess his bosses in Victoria, but  what do you bet we'll soon have a passenger  car increase.  That seems like a peculiar way to fight  inflation on the part of the' provincial  government.  ���j  IT MIGHT make for a pertinent question  to ask Premier Dave Barret when he holds  his public meeting, tomorrow night in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Incidentally, it's interesting to note that  Premier Dave, according to official  itinerary, will arrive at Langdale tomorrow  at 2 p.m. But, Gibsons village clerk Jack  Copland said Mayor Larry Labonte and the  village council are expecting him at 1:30 to>  open the new museum building. It will be  interesting to see what happens.  Dave should come on the ferry in the  summer. Then he would be in for some fun. I  wonder-how he would take to cooling his  heels for several hours at Horseshoe Bay?  *    WELL,  SO MUCH for  congenial  in-  , ternational relationship between Canadasand  Russia following last week's hockey series.  What a debacle that was.  ...GENERAL MOTORS has published a  booklet telling motorists where to get the new  unleaded gas if they are buying a 1975 car ���  with a catalytic converter.  In Gibsons you can go to the Esso or the  Shell dealer; in Madeira Park the Shell  dealer will be able to fill, you up and in  Sechelt, it's once again the Shell dealer, h\\  Halfmoon Bay there's only one place to gc��� r  the Shell station.'  .. .STEVE P. DOW of Gibsons has invented a  container system to be used in shipping  various types of appliances. The,system uses-  cartons with closable flaps located so that the  appliance inside can be operated and tested  before shipment or sale by opening the flaps  without damaging the carton.  Dow is now negotiating for the sale or  licensing to interested manufacturers, As  they say, build a -better mousetrap ... or  cartons with flaps.  !/*   \' ft '  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Church sorvlcos aro tio|d oach Sunday a\  11 i) 5 o.m. In St. John's United Church,  ' Davla Bay7 by an Informal Group of  Christian Sclon|lats, A Thanksgiving Sorvlco  will bo hold on Monday, Oct, 14th at 11;15  a,m, '')-...     , 7 ���   ���  Evoryon* Welcome  Phono 005-9770 or 086-7602  amssgwmg  Each Sunday informal Christian  Scientist services are held at 11; 15 a.m. In St.  John's United Church, Davis Bay.  Next  week,   traditional   Thanksgiving  services will be conducted at 11:15 a.m. in St.  John's.   Everyone  is  welcome  and   no,  collection w)U bo taken,  For m,oro than 70 years testimonies of  feratltude have been featured at thesse public  '-services.   ,������������ ',������' ���������������������;������;������ ������      '������''���'; ;���  "I will praise U)o nnmo of God with a  song, and will magnify Him , with  thanksgiving," a verso from Psalms, Is the  Golden Text,  a.iaaaaaiaaaaiaaiaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaiaaaaiiiaaiaaiiiiiiaiaiiaiiauiaauiar  The United Church  ot Canada  St John'i United Church - Payh Pay  Sunday Services "9:30 a.m.  Gibiom United Church  Sunday Services - 111) 5 a.m.  MINISTRY!  |     Rov, Jim Wlllamson, Gibsons, 806-2333  taiaiaaiaaaaauiaaaaiaaiaiaaiaaaiaaiaaiaaaaiaaiiuiaaaiaaiaaaaiaiaaaaa.'  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Secholt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY:  8:30 nnd 10 a.m.  SUNDAY SCHOOL: 10 a.m,  THEBEV.N. & GODKIN, 8B3-2040  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday Services  Sorhalit Olbnonsi  Holy Family St.iWnry'i  Sol, al6p,m. 'Sun. oil I am,  Sunday nt 9 o.m,  Pastor: Rov. Pafhor E. Lahnor  CARPETS      DRAPES  7  CERAMIC TILES  '.  COMPACTORS  GARBAGE DISPOSERS  '7'/.  John Hall  payo Flik  and Seeing is lleBiewing:  An exciting now adventure In cooking. Tho amazing  "JENN-AHI" flnngo and Char-flavor Grllll Fully  operating In our showroom tor llvo demonstrations.  ��� COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL ANP COMMERCIAL PLOORCOVERING  SERVICE  # CUSTOM MA^E WARES-FROM FAMOUS CANADIAN MILLS" ���  ��FREE IN-THE-iHOME ESTIMATING AND SELECTION SERVICE  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  Showroom Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.  Opposite now Regional District Offices  WHARF ROAD - SECHELT       PHONE: 885 2922  J5  r: ���  Blrig^iftaN  ...RESIDENTS OF PENDER HARBOUR  will hold a wine a cheesd party on Friday at 7  p.m. for Don Lockstead to meet the people.,  and discuss issues as they pertain to the it  PenderHarbour area. The party will be held a  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lea on '  Johnston Road.  -. - .DOROTHY GREENE of Halfmoon Bay  wrote a letter .to Premier Dave Barret  "many weeks ago" complaining of the cost of  meals on B.C. ferries. She sent the same  letter to The Times and other publications  including the dailies but she got no answer.  Sp she sent a copy of the letter that appeared  in The Times and Dave wrote back saying;  "I am taking the liberty of forwarding a copy  of your correspondence to, Hon. Robert  Strachan, "for his consideration".  That should be good for another few  weeks before any answer.  OVERHEARD while Elphie vice principal Larrie Grant was explaining the new  school plan to a 'group of parents: It seems  that the automobile shop and the band room '  are slde-by-side. Said a wag: "Maybe that's  TFor tuning up the cars."  ...GIBSONS LEGION will honor students '  who wrote outstanding Remembrance Day  essays, This will bo Friday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m.  In the Legion hall.  "The essays wore written last fall and it is  hoped that this recognition will' encourage  students in the elementary grades to write  down their ideas on What Remembrance Day  Means to Me," said George Cooper.  GRAND OFFICIAL opening for tho  Secholt arena will bo hold Sunday, Oct. 27.  There will bo a ribbon-cutting ceremony with  the usual amount of speakers and  dignitaries,  M  ���M  o  1 . *���*��   *jH  huriulMalltllMMH^rilHBUM  Grade A Young  6-14 lbs.  Gov't. Inspected Whole or Shank Portion  Ready to Eat  Gov't., Inspected, Canada Grade 'A'  rag with Tender  J  oaj Jl|ll|tfaaak .        j^b^^m!^^^__ .fM        j^p^��       -        ^aaaaW ^^H^A ^^j^^v ^^^^^2  SawSai^aV^^^tL ��� &v,^^^H^d^h^__!!*    1   m^^^^?   ^^Hi^tf^^HiaiA^   ���     *J���**to?^ Jtt. 4___T^ _���    t____<%f j  ��� s- aS^UULraUXJ^ Jul) USZfamiH  ���.!�����_  . >��� .^  PRICES EFFECTIVE: Thurs.r Fri., Sat., October 10,11,12.  ��� ���   We reserve the right to limit quantities  More than the value is super and w<*e proving il every day  . ��>��!�� nm, WHS, ^2424      .        ,  \ For Fast Ad-Brief Servico  PHONE 885-3231  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WBSTBRN DRUGS  i. . . are pfeawd to ipomor ttilv  Wlrtfc  Announcement  space,  and  txtonag Best Withe* to the happy  pfll"08GT9a  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  ��� ������., _. _._.,_, -...-���-   ���     .   .,��� -__..,.         j  BAOKHOE    available, ~ septic  tanks sold and installed. Ph.  886-7671. t 1098-^tlfn  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates.   Ph.   886-7111.      36-tfn  OBITUARY  BOGGUST���Violet A. E. passed  away September 27th. 1974 at  West Vancouver, in her 86 year,  long time resident of Davis Bay.  Survived by 1 daughter Mrs. Ken  Mason and 2 grandsons Alan and  Dale Mason. Service was held in  North1, Vancouver, October 2nd,  1974, Cremation followed. In lieu  of flowers contributions to Mrs.  Lamb Nurses Memorial Fund,  Box 540, Gibsons, would be appreciated. 10280-46  MRS. ANN Robertson and family  wish to thank their many  friends and relatives for their  kindness and floral offerings in  the loss of my beloved husband.  Special thanks to Father. Fitzgerald and members of Branch  140 Royal. Canadian Legion also  all employees of the B.C, Ferries  at Langdale.!       , 10283-46.  TRY OUR PREMIUMS  EXAMPLE: IN SECHELT  COVERAGESUPTO  $137,750.  COST $44.00 ANNUAL,  OR  $100 DEDUCTIBLE  IN MEMORIAM  IN MEMORY, of Martin Warnock- In loving memory of my'  dear husband Martin who passed ~  away October 11th, 1968.  /1 have only your memory dear  husband .   -  To remember my whole life  through  But the sweetness will linger  forever,  As I treasure the image of you.  -Ever remembered by his lpving  ; wife Martha, also Martha and  family, 3 daughters Cledia  Duncan, Luella Duncan and Nina  Almas, 3 sons Ed, Jim and  Bill. 10272-46  ENTERTAINMENT  .  .   GIBSON LANES  Open bowling Fri. & Sat.  7 p.m. - 9 p.m.  Sun. from 2 p.m. - 11 p.m.   8936-tfn  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons _. 886-2827  Showtime 8 P.m.  THUNDERBOLT ,  ANDLIGHTFOOT  Clint Eastwood  RESTRICTED  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  Oct. 10,11,12  Warning���Nude scenes, brutality  - R:-W. McDonald, B.C. Dir..  BLESS THIS HOUSE  Sidney James  Diana Coupland, Terry Scott  Sun., Mon., Tues.  Oct. 13,14,15  General Entertainment  LATE SHOW 11 p.m. - 2 a.m.  Sun., Oct. 13  DEEPTHRUST  AND  PINKFLOYD  Mature Entertainment,  ' 10303^6  PERSONAL  'ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9409: 885-  2896; 885-2896. In Madeira,  Park, meetings Wednesdays at  8:30 p.m. in the Community  Hall, phone 883:24Q1.     709-tfn  CORRESPONDENCE-Hlgh  School - Acctg.-Bus. Met, >  Secretarial. , Free brochure,  Canada's leading school,  National College 444 Robson  Street, Vancouver, 688-4913. 1293-  tfn       '  PHOTOQRAPHS  published   In  The Peninsula limes can be  ordered for your own uso at The  Times office. 1473-tf  BpAIIA'IS "believe in an auxiliary universal language and  nn international parliament of1''  man. Phono 880-2078 and 885-  ,,9450.    ������,-:., 895-tfn  WORK WANTED  NEED o carpenter. Call Bob  Crichton. 883-2312.       1365-tfn  BEST ANYWHERE! TO  INSURE TODAYS VALUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  CORNER TRAIL & HWY. 101,  FREE LIST OF PROPERTIES  885-2235  y 1030046  YOUNG     BUSINESS      GIRL  wishes full-time employment.  Preferably office work. Eager to  learn. Call 885-3308: 141646  .BUILD to suit, prefab house,  erections   and    renovations.  Phone 885-9951 even. 1479-47  FALL  garden  clean  up   and  pruning. Randy 885-2769.  .   149547  -HAVE   your   garden   shrubs,  hedges, small trees and fruit  trees trimmed and pruned before  winter, by garden expert. Also  , landscaping. 886-9001.       151047  HANDIMAN���Everything from,  broken windows'to' log saunas -  small mechanical repairs, also.  Reasonable rates. After 5 p.m.  ask for Rick at 885-9285.     148547  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-  .sured. Call J. Risbey 885-2109.  -. ;, 330-tfn  GENERAL    handyman.    Carpentry,  painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  LIGHT- moving and hauling.  House and, garden main-  ' tenance, rubbish removal., tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates,  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone Norm  886-9503. 10266-tfn  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden main-  ���-' tenance, rubbish removal, tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates,  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone Norm  886-9503 10276-tfn  MARRIED female���University  grad, seeking interesting Job  with challenge. Any general  clerical work acceptable. Have 1  year business training. 886-2578.  ,.''., 1029846  CARPENTERS-New con  struction    and    alterations.  Phone 885-9009. 144246  HELP WANTED  Page A-6   The Peninsula Times Wednesday, October 9,1974  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by Box Numbers  50c extra  Powell   River  News  Town -Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd. Legal or  Reader advertising  40c  at Sechelt, B.C. per count,line.  Established 1963  >gsjg\ Deaths,     Card     of     Thanks,     In  ��        ~4fJHiw Memoriam, Marriage and  y&3$jjrf Engagement notices are $5.00 (up to  Member, Audit Bureau 14 lines)' and 50c per line after that.  of Circulation! Hour "words per line.  . September 30, 1973 ���  Gross Circulation 4446 Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  ' Paid   Circulation   3894 regular classified rates.  As fiied with the Audit Bureau Subscription Rates:  of Circulation, subject .to audit.      p   m0j|. .  '    Classified Advertising Rates: Local Area $7.00 yr.  3-Line,Ad-Briefs (12 words). Outside Local Area ���$8.00 yr.  Onelnsertion      $1.50 U.S.A. $10.00yr.  Three Insertions $3.00 Overseas $11.00 yr.  Extra Lines (4 words)..;...'. 50c Senior Cititens,   ,  (Display Ad-Briefs $3.00 per column Local Area _1 $6.00  inch) Single Copies 15e  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper Advertising is merely an offer to sell, 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 Srfd 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 by a photographic or offset process in a publication,, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  Lad  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibson*, B.C.  GIDSONS RURAL���2 bdrm. house on largo lot, largo roc room;  A-oll furnaco, $32,5Q0 with half down.  l,5fl ocros with roads on Ihrce sides, two storey house  16'x32'|  1  bdrm. suite upstairs; two unfinished  room* downstairs,  Full  prlco $28,000.  ROBERTS CREEK���2.5 acros; 3 bdrm. homo with flroplaco ond  full bascmenrrClose to golf course and recreation parkrfull prlco  !   $43,000 on torms,  DAVIS BAY���83' of wft. with good boach ond tremendous vlow.  3 bdrms, oil largo, extra lorgo living room with flrcploco, Sleeping  cabin, thadand boot house; 0-T! drive ond parking. Only $72,500,  LISTINGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver Real Estate Board I  RON McSAVANEY.Monager  886-2240  Evening*: 885-3339  HELP WANTED (Cont.) LIVESTOCK (Cont.)  FLEETWOOD Logging Co.  Loggers seeking employment please contact Mr. Walter Bradshaw at 886-9188 between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.  943-<ti��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  KIND family to look after German Shepnard for 3 mts. Phone  885-3427. 1025&46  SpALAL  pickers.   Top   prices.  Buyer, for   Western   Evergreens.  Phone  Marg Donley,  883-2403. 888-tfn  LIVESTOCK  ���    New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  2. HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ger is coming to Coast. Contact Sunshine Farm 885-3450.  994-tfn  SADDLE & bridle for sale.' $100  good condition. 885-2998.1422-4G  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. 'Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chic*  ken feeds.- Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and'  other feeds by order.   258-tfr  NEW PHONES  Fertilizer -  Alfalfa  Purina Products  Hay - Straw  ���',    POSITION VACANCY  BOOKKEEPER-  7        ACCOUNTANT  Local government office requires  experienced person to handle  boods to trial balance. Duties  also include payroll, maintaining  subsidiary ledgers and related  office functions/Knowledge of  fund accounting an assest. Some  EDP experience helpful.  Submit written applications  stating experience,- availability  and salary expected to the undersigned by 4:00 p.m. October  15,1974. .',,���������'���'  Anno G. Pressley  ���   Secretary-Treasurer  Sunshine Const  Regional District  P.O. Box, 800,  7 ,   Secholt, B.C.  ��� 10280-40  MAXICROP  Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  ' PHONE  886-7527  9561-tfn  1    HORSE, . mare,    excellent ���  disposition. Ideal for children  and beginners, $225 firm. 883-9045  OT883-9012. 143946  WEANER pigs, $20 each. Phone  885-9029. 10273-46  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.7  Quarterhorse mare; still spirited  and sound. Foaled in May. Cain  work out delivery. Phone 883-  2324.     7        - 1426-46  KEEP up with The Times. Our  new number 885-3231. Get a  little   action   with   Times   Ad  Briefs. 1361-tfn  AUTOS TRUCKS, Etc.  PARTS   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  1964 CHEV panel, side windows,  292 cub. in., six cycl. 3 spd, std.  886-2432 after 6 p.m.        10282-46  1972 M.G. Midget, good condition,  $2200. Phone 885-9445 after 5.  p.m.   . 10278-48  1964 FORD V8, Custom  2 dr,:  excellent condition. 885-2998  '��� :,'',7V7;- '���-��� ���������-������ 1423-46  IMMACULATE 1972 Duster 318  i   auto,; yellow with black vinyl  roof, 34,000 miles, 20 m.p.g. 885-  2031. 10252-46  BOATS & ENGINES  '17' BOAT and trailer with 65 HP  Merc O-B. All In good cond.,  has cabin and head. Can be seen  at Tillicum Bay Marina, Inq.  office. $1700. ���.. ���   1025M8  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR 7 EGMONT - EARL COVE  HQUDAY HOME -n- On lovol lot In Oyster Lagoon/ 3 BR, LR  ^"P vEi, 5^ .,,CL bacH With a Marina for aasy accoss to water,  pnly $30,000 F.P, -���    i   .   ,  HOMESITE --. 17M�� acres vvlth pood cabin, crook ond watorfall.  iomo good soil, Woodod lot and heavily trood aroa; on water and  powor, A flood buy at $45,000. ,  t ��� l.    , m ��� .   f    __  ,_ 7  -ONE-.VSCRE..~-of��vlow''proporty"Wlth��e7(collent'"houM^-2*b��d--~��  rooms on main floor-2 oxtra In basoment for guests (or kids). '  Fully sorvlccd-Askina $33,900.00.        ",',,. :  . 7 i ' . , 'i i  ���  GIBSONS RADIO CABS���Thls 3 car operation shows an excellent  return - Ideal for partnership, Just $40,000 F,P, with terms.  PANABO[}E ���  Lovoly  retirement  (or  wookond)  cottago with  magnificent vlow of Harbour. Part basomont with extra bodroom.  Just $34,900 full prlco.  ACREAGE "-���"22; acres, powor and water avallablo, some lako  ���    , ,   ;      frontogo. Full prlco $45,000 ��� $15,000 down,  ���  i   ������ I  WATERFRONT '���. About   100-foot frontage In Bargain Day,  t^oTriri      acra lot' ^"'^P* ��n,road, power and wator. F.P,  $2V,SuQ,  MOPERN HOME ��� 2 bedroom, full basement home on lease lot.  In-law suite; excellent view, Just $32,500 with terms.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� 3 acres with about 170' of beech-  deep, safrmwago ^w^^  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT ���  100 ft. of Beach on secluded lot, Shorn Is  tldol but beautifully situated  LOTS ��� Serviced view Jot* from $1 1,900, Good Building  lots  from $7,000,,  PHONE 883-2794  John Dreen  883-9978  Jock' Hermon  883-2745  [j��^aiSB��pgMW^^  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE:     PENDER HARBOUR 883,2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  j!  f  t  ".I  :%fu -  . ja"j(   >*$*��,:   .* ��'  U������-- ���: .C / , .taa\      -.:.....���.���   * SEMI-WATERFRONT VIEW HOME  3  BR family home  in  Garden  Bay -  brick fireplace,  sundeck,  carport, full basement. On a level corner lease "lot - fully  landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000..  .   7 77'-- LOTS  1. SINCLAIR BAY. ROAD.. 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  $9700 arid.$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 n;o'po.  4. MADEIRA PARKSUBDIVISION^ 2. serviced lot_r$9;8007_ind ;  $10,000. ���  5. NARROWS ROAD - approx. % acre level land, excellent view,  $29,500.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile home. $7,500  -7   and $22,0,00.  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - building lot, close to school, stores,  gov't wharf and post off ice, $9/500-.  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 dn Francis Pen  insula Road. $10,000..  HOME WITH POOL ��� HOTEL LAKE  Attractive 3 BR" home with w/w carpet - acorn fireplace, % base-  merit   with7 storage.^ ' Boat '."'shop,.'''approx.''' 20'x54'7 Situated   on  large  treed   view   lot,   beautifully   landscaped   with. patios,   fish  pools, fruit trees and a 22' swimming pool. $59,500.  WATERFRONT HOME,��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  1 17 ft. choice waterfront��witb 3 BR home built in 1971. '3 bathrooms,   elec.'heat,   fireplace,   sundeck   with   sweeping   view   of  harbour.  Partial  basement with  rec  room  and carport., Partially  landscaped.   $89,500.   .,  7  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITH REVENUE  Large commercial building,'3,303 sq. ft.,, plus 3J 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, 4007 black-'  top), 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 ��� MADEIRA PARK  Approx. 560. sq   ft. home with one BR, electric heat, stove; fireplace. Needsp new floors throughout,'On level lot closo to. stores,  ��� school and wharfage. $17,400,  KENT ROAD - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Approx; 1 acre, nicely, treed and secluded. 35x10' one BR mobile  homo, hooked up to water, and hydro. Immediate posesslon, Ideal  for fisherman. $35>OO0, '  ���J.-    WATERFRONT - GUNBOAT BAY  Approx., 170' watorfront, sheltered moorago, on approx. 4 acres  land on highway 101 close to Madeira Park, $57,000,  '  WATERFRONT LOT - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Choice sorvlced ylew lot, off Francis Peninsula Road, with 73' of  1      good sheltered waterfrontage, $24/500, ,  QUALITY HOME - GARDEN BAY.ESTATES  Quality built 3 DR, full basoment homo, built 1974 - W/w carpet,1  doublo carport, vory, |argoi sundock, s,toho flroplaco, Llvlngroom  and dining room havo opon beam ceilings, mastor DR has full  onsulto plumbing Situated on ,soml-watorfront view tot, Southern  exposure.  $69,500, ,  FURNISHED, VIEW. HOME - Garden Bay Estates  Fully furnished modern 2 BR homo with partial basomont, doublo  carport, largo covered sundock, shag carpot'ami slono, flroplaco,  plus washer, ��� dryor, rango and fridge, Located on cholco corner  view lot with boautlful vogotablo and flower gardoni, Convenient  .,'���''   FRANCIS'TiNTi^UU .  Approx, 37 acros, partially developed with approx, 3,900' of primary road constructor!, Posslbjo 56 lot subdivision, $150,000,     '  WATERFRONT HOME  GERRANS BAY ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  133 ft, choice, doop. sheltered watorfront with 2 BR homo, 1 Vi��  baths, brick flreplaco, full basement with rumpus room ond pool  table carport and sundock, ramp and float, Woslior, dryor, frcoRor,  rango, frldgo and dishwasher Includod, $77,000,   WATERFRONT HOME'- MADEIRA PARK  Furnished one bodroom homo on 52' watorfront lot closa to  Madoira Marina, Room for two bedrooms In basomont aroa, Access  from Johnstono Road, $45,000,  F  LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000, PER ACRE  D.L, 2392, opprox. 160 ocres, situated opprox,  H4 miles above  Hwy, 101 near Halfmoon Day, Accoss by old logpino rood, Trolls  & roads throughout the property, nicely trood useable land, Outside  land freeze area . possible subdivision site, $160,000.  VIEW HdKiS'��� rIdrB^OoAD  4 FIR homo, approx, 1,538 sq, fl��� Roman brick flroplaco, In/IH-ln  rongo, ovon ond dishwasher, basomont with 2 car carport, roc  room, Large landscaped view lot with vegetable garden, $65,000.  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.  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. $121,000.  ��GMONT MAI^NA - FISHING RESORT  Appro*. 4.5: acres,;approx. 660' waterfront; 1.j motel units.; owner's three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased put),  Standard Marine station, bait sales; floats, launching ramp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  7 $250,000.7   y  HARBOUR MOTORS  Shell service station on Garden Bay Road with 4-bay garage, store,  outo"body repairs and new, large paint shop. Price includes land,  bui Idings, 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, gravef-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 dragline and equipment?  Dodge single axle dump truck. $25,000.  7   SUNSHINE INN ��� GARDEN BAY  Fishing lodge oh 1 acre of choice semi-waterfront property, within a few ft. of marinas. Gov't wharf, stores, post office. Main  building contains 14 sleeping rooms, DR/licenced cabaret, kitchen  and^annex; has_; 2 BR apartment for mana^^ :T99n>$:  dhdlec room, could possibly be used for o Senior Citizen Home.  All offers and Inquiries welcome. $260,000.  CHOICE b\KEFRQNT - SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 625'- choice low bank lakefront on approx. 12 treed acres.  Westerly exposure. $50,000.  RUGGLES BAY - SAKINAW LAKE  3 BR partly furnished cottage, acorn fireplace, on two leased lots!  with approx. 330' choice lakefront, 2.98 acres. Situated in a small  private Vdvewitfi'dbck." $23,000.  SAKINAW LAKE LOT  Lakefront Iot7approx. ��� 70' of low bank shoreline  $18,900.  y SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  Good 3,'BR cottage, cedar construction, built 1965,' running water,  fireplace, propane'range, fridge, and lights," log float. On approx.;  AVi acres of leased land With about 300 feet gently sloping lake-  front, Choice location in Turtle.Bay. $20,000:    ,. y "7  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  y     i     treed. $50,000,  ' ;���,��� y:'.  FURNISHED SUMMER HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  On 116' deep, sheltered lakefrbnt 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 boats, boat house, floats,  diesel light plant, Westerly exposure; Water access only, $50,000.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx, 1,800' good ��� watorfront with several beaches and bays,  Contains approx, 42 ocros, Creek through proporty, 3 BR furnished  homo, full basomont,  oil furnaco, Accoss from  Egmont  Road,  Excellent marina or resort, slto. $175,000,  .        APPROX. 600' WATERFRONT  Approx,   7  acres  with  approx,   600', watorfront adjoining  the  Egmont  Marina,   Pavod   Maplo   Road   runs   through   property,  $100,000. ,  7       WATERFRONT LOTS  Two ad|olnlng lot's, each with approx. 64' watorfront, Closo to  school, post offlco, store and gov't wharf, $15,000 and $18,000;  7' WATERFRONT HOME -7EGM0NT  Vory largo 4 PR homo, approx, 244' watorfront on 3 separate  > lots, Float, Excollont for agroup purchase, $105,000,  LARGE CORNER LOT  ���'Approxri $r acres bf view property with" 1 -HMrontago on>Eg��.  mont Road and 637' frontago on Maple Road, two older houses  on proporty, Possible subdivision slto, $47,500,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Approx, 375', deep, sholtored wdlerfrftnt on opprox. 10 acres of  treod land, Accoss by trail or water, $35,000.  NELSON ISLAND WATERFRONT ���  Approx, 4,000', watorfront on opprbx, 25 acros trood proporty,  Several beaches, small. Inland, Qood sheltered covo, Only a short  distance by boat from Earl Covo or Egmont   $100,000,  SECHELT  SECHELXJNLEI RDS,: NEARJANpY HOOK RD.  6,60 wooded ocros with southern slope exposure, Good tlmhor,  359 ft, blacktop road frontage, . $20,000, Phono Jack Noblo,  res, 083-2701, ,  ACREAGE - LOTS F & GrBlk. A; D,L;?03  Two orl|ninlna 9 ocro blocks, npprox, 2,000' from Hwy.   1.01,  Nicely treed, gentle &|opo, southern exposure, $45,000 each,  JACK NOBLE  Ros. 883-2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros, 883-2233  DAN WILEY  Res', 883-914? BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)   MOBILE HOMES (Con't)  33'   WOODEN  hull   tug  boat,  Cummings diesel. Phone and  sounder. Moored at Egmont. 885-  2072.    i -   1480-47  16' PLYWOOD and yellow cedar  boat, canvas top; 40 HP Gale.  All extras. $700. Phone" 886-  7891. , '   1481-47  t r  17%IFT. Double Eagle deep V;  > hardtop, 130 Volvo. Full  camper top, head, excellent  condition. 883-2536. 10281-46   i   25   FT.   ARTCRAFT   cruiser,  Mercruiser,       I-O.       $3500.  Osborne's 885-2843. 1028846    t  1969 CHRYSLER station wagon,  9 passenger, 383 auto., PB, PS,  42000 miles. 886-2773.        10277-46  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  1967 SQUIRE Travel trailer, S-C.  Sleeps 6, $2500 or trade for boat  or car. 883-2605. 1025346  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have trailer space available. Phone 885-2375. - 9968-tfn  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 Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member  of the  Western  Mo  bile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012   8917-tfn  LIKE hew, 12x66' Paramount 3  bedroom, porch, all skirted, set  up in trailer court. Will sell  furnished or unfurnished. Phone  885-9875. . _     1026348  8x38' MOBILE Home, fully  furnished, ���W-W, 1 bedroom,.  elec. furnace, fridge and stove  incl. $2950. Call Bill 883-2533, 9-5  p.m.  10264-tfn  12'x62' EMBASSY   '  3 bedroom, fully furnished, including   washer   and   dryer.  $13,500.  8'x35'NASHUA  1 bedroom with 8'xl6'  porch.  Very clean condition. Set up at  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  886-9826  10287-tfn  PARK SPACE  AVAILABLE  Gibsons and Sechelt  ' NEW .  12'x68' Premier, 3 BR, Shag LR,  Deluxe Spanish,.2 DR..FF. frig,  Elec. range. Set up and ready to  move in.In beautiful large park  space in Gibsons.  .    $13,950F.P.  NEW  12'x60' Premier Deluxe 2 BR  Colonial, Bay window, LR shag,  MB shag, loads of extras. Set up  in Sundance Park right in  Sechelt. ,  $12,950 F.P.  NEW  12'x68' Neonex Estate III 3 BR  shag carpet LR, Hall and MB.  Deluxe house type cabinets.  Deluxe modern furniture. Space  available in Sundance Court.  $15,500 F.P.  NEW  24'x40' Chancellor 3 BR Double  Wide 2 Dr. F.F. Frig., Electric  range, modern furniture pkg.  Last one at this price.  $15,900 FP.  NEW  12'x68' Premier Deluxe 2 BR with  separate utility room. Deluxe  transitional furniture, shag  carpet LR, hall nd MB. 4" raised  LR floor. Built-in buffet, 2 Dr.  F.F. Frig, Elec. range, siding  glass patio door.  '   $14,900 F.P.  All prices include complete  delivery and set up including  steps, 200 gal. oil tank, copper,  tubing, sewer- hose, 30 Elec.  cable, all blocks and shims included. 5 per cent tax.  NO EXTRAS TO PAY  "Coast Living at it's Best"  COAST HOMES  Box 966, Sechelt, B.C.  D.L. 5520  885-2204 24 Hours  "Across from Benner Furniture"  1030546'  REAL ESTATE  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-tfrr.  E  TRY OUR PREMIUMS  EXAMPLE: IN SECHELT  iCOVERAGESUPTO  $137,750.00  COST $44.00 ANNUAL  .  OR  $100.00 DEDUCTIBLE  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of 'Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach access. Ideal summer _ cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 886-7316  or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.   8375-tfn  SELMA    PARK-Cleared    lot  75x125', $13,500. Phone 885-9951  or write Box 547, Sechelt.  147847  BEST ANYWHERE! TO  INSURE TODAYS VALUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  CORNER TRAIL & HWY. 101  FREE LIST OF PROPERTIES  885-2235         1030246  BUILD a better home with a  . National package. Mortgage  money available. Call Dave  Whidden, 885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt.      _      88-tfn  SECHELT���Medusa   Street,   4  building   lots   63x120'.   F.P.  $12,500. Phone 885-9951 or write  Box 547, Sechelt. 147747  10   ACRE   farm,   barn   etc.  Fruit trees, huge veg. garden,  good  4  bedroom  house  hear. -  beach.   ,    Phone        885-3450.  1359-tfn  GOWER POINT���Vz acre view  lot approx. 94x219', hydro and  regional  water." Nicely  treed,  $13500 or'nearest offer. 886-  9249. 1029948  ROBERTS Creek���4-5 acre lots,_  - with  cabin. Phone  885-3450.  143346  VERY HARD TO FIND  .  -WATERFRONT-  REDROOFFS ROAD  3 Bedrooms, Beamed ceiling  living Room, Dining Room,  Kitchen and Bathroom all on the  same level. The angle of this lot is  such that you can see sunrise and  sunset.- Price $69,500.00. Half-  down payment and balance by  Owner A-S at 10 per cent. DO  NOT DISTURB OWNER, but  phone BRUCE HALLAT - 885-  9051 or Roberts - Rutherford  .McRae, Ltd., 266-9131.     '  1030646  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE 7  K. Butler Realty Ltd  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.        ��  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  PENDER    HARBOUR���"  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.  LISTING WANTED!  f MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE   ���'  Norm Peterson 886-2607  ip.30746-  FOR RENT  FOR RENT (Continued;  CENTRAL    Gibsons,-    former  school  board  offices  above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366.    .     746-tfn  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact'  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  FURNISHED    home,    Pender  Harbour. (112) 731-9355. 148246  SUITES/ TO  rent.   Heat   and  cablevision incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836.      1425-tfn  LARGE 2bedroom suite; central  Gibsons; own private yard. No  dogs please. $165. Phone 886-7810.  1026746  MODERN 3 bedroom home, full  basement, 10 acres. Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons. Phone (112) 879-6861.  1027146  2 BEDROOM unfurn home; auto  oil heat, immed. occupancy.  $200.Phone 885-0997.    .   1027446;.  2 BEDROOM unfurn. home, West  Sechelt area. Phone 885-9796.  -1029146  WATERFRONT-Gibsons.     ~1  bedroom unfurn. suite. Phone  886-7108 or 886-9605. 1029046  GIBSONS���House    to     share,  a responsible   working   adults.  Phone 886-7988. 1029346  FULLY        furnished        self  contained 1 bedroom suite,  $170 month including utilities.  Phone 885-2853. 1029746  FURNISHED    home, -Pender  Harbour. (112) 731-9355. 151746  WANTED TO RENT  RESPECTABLE couple wish to  rent a 2 or 3 bedroom house in  Gibsons-Sechelt area on a year  round basis. 886-2491.        149947  COUPLE and child want fairly  large   home,   private,' some  acreage. Call 438-5602 or write  Box 33, Station A, Vancouver.  1025846  WANTED TO BUY  2 YOUNG female geese. Phone  883-9049. 1500-57  1 NEW or used sewing machine  in good condition. Donna 883-  9162. 1029548  USED 3 HP rototiller in good  condition. Phone 885-9074.  . 10265-46  FOUND  YOUNG*female French Poodle,  Sechelt area. Phone 885-2927  4 for further information.. 1028946  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ALL OR part,  taxi business.  Phone 885-2251. 1453-tfn  FOR SALE  NEW unf ininished 54 inch kitchen  sink unit, S-S and arborite top.  No taps. 883-2720. 1430-tfo  Marconi portable T.V., first $50  takes it. Phone 883-9048.   10260-46  YULL'S Garage Sale���Tools,  table saw, band saw, wood  lathe, garden tools, porch swing,  ladder, some furniture. Lagoon  Road, Madeira Park until Oct. 12_  Only. 883-9068. 1029646  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL 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 rate, Suzanne or Len Van Egmond.  . 21  ACRES  Approximately   1   mile highway frontage.  Treed.  Zoned  5  acre  holdings. F.P. $52,000. Call Stan Anderson  TUWANEK  50'xl20'   serviced   lot,  easy  walking   distance to   Marino   and  swimming. Lot is treed. Call Doug Joyce,  DAVIS BAY AND AREA  Halfmoon bay  ATTRACTIVE VIEW HOME  Laurel Road, in Davis Bay, Immaculate 3 bedroom home, like new.  60' vlow lot. Double plumbing, double garage, sundeck. Full basement/large rec room and finished bedroom. Could easily convert  to attractive In-law suite, Priced in 50's. Call Ed Baker.  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  at  Sunshine Bay  Estates.   Fully  serviced,  good  beach,  privacy,  arbutus trees, Sunny exposure, Priced fromv$ 12,000. Full Information from Len or Suzanne Van Egmond.  ''   7  PENDER HARBOUR ;       ;  75'  x 900' protected moorage.  Heavily treed,  good  access to  water. Full prlco $38,000. Call Ston Anderson.  SELMA PARK 7  Excellent 2 bedroom home on good peach,. Garden area; half  basomont with bedroom gnd bath. Easy access to water. No maintenance ' on   this , Immaculate   home.   FP ,$53,800,   Call   Stan  Andorson, y '  SECHELT AND AREA    ��� -���^���  SELMA PARK  p Home and two cottages, $29,500,00. Live in one, let the other  two pay tho expenses. Propetry includes ��� three lots with  150'  highway'frontogo, Good leasehold title, consider the value. Coll  ,Davo Roberts.         ���.������.,,���,'.  ,   BOWNING ROAD - WILSON CREEK  Extra large, lot ,71'x233', Fully serviced, beach access within one  block. Lots of trees, flat and level. Now homo area. F.P. $10,500,  Call Stan Andorson.  PANORAMIC VIEW  overlooking Stra.lt of Georgia and-Trail Islands, These largo lots  aro serviced and ready to build on, all now homos In area, Priced  at only $14,900, Call Len or Suzanno Van Egmond.  7      '        READY TO BUILD ON'  Larno lot 100' frontago, cleared and level, Sechelt Village. F.P.  , $12,500, Call Ed Baker,        ,  ,  7   ' ,    CREEK LOT ' '  90'x205'. on Wakoflold Road, Fully: serviced, year round creek,  zonod R-2. Good soil, well treed. FP $12,000, Call Stan Anderson  Lovol lot, nicely trood, Handy location In West Sechelt. Near  school, trailers pormlttod,R2 zoned. F.P, $6,900.00. Call Lon  or Suzanno Van Egmond,  ,. CHAPMAN ROAD  This Davis Bay lot has 169' frontago, just a, super vlow, and Is closo  to tho boach, Owner says soli it now, prlco roduced to $13,500.  ! . Call  Doug Joyco, '  70x122' clparod vlow lot In Davis Bay. Trees have been loft on  the lot botwocn rood and bulldlno site, One, block to public boach.  Full prlco $12,500, Call Stan Andorson,    '  ���-  ROBERTS CREEK AND, AREA r  ' WAKEFIELD CftEEK ROAD  ROBERTS,CREEK ..ANDjNR&S^  *��VloW lorairclearcd'In'Wosy^  m.,.t. ,m   \mm  i���ina��  m��rUnf v/nhiA   kp    *o onrv  Tnii  Stnn ,/" or an ocro, noavny wooci wiui a y<w rouna crcoK, i ,i, * i i,3uu.  must sell,  Woll  bolow, market value,  F,P,   $9,900,  Call  Stan  Andorson,    ������> ��� ���  p  i ', ���  OPEN HOUSE WEEK-ENDS  3 now homos In tho Vlllaqo of Sechelt. Walk to all conveniences,  Movo In immediately,, Wall |o wall throughout, doublo plumbing,'  all windows doublo glazed, full basomont, oil hoat, carport, largo  Mindock,'Located on Ocean Ave,, watch for signs, Also 2 new  view homes Just past now lco arena, Prlcod from $38,100 and up,  , .... .������.:-,. .,...,���  ...Coll.,. Ed Dakor.  ...,.,.   .''-,   REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA -������  Call Doug Joyce,  y   - ,   >, ^    , _;���_. , ' ''''','  Extrq largo Icarod lot, all sorvlcod, Crook front, only one block'  to boach, Good rosldsontlol area, somo largo troos. F,P, $11,500,  Call Stan Anderson,  4,6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  With vlow, Nlco gothlc arch homo at tho ond of Crowo Rood in  Robert* Crook, Only $31,500, Soo Lon Van Egmond, 885*9683.  RECREATIONAL LOT  |25'x200< nlcoly treed ond lovol, Zoned R2, Trailers pormlttod,  Good accoss rood* F.P. $8,000, Call Ed Baker,  ACREAGE  Approx, 5 acros, 290' highway frontago, Naturally treed, gontlo  south slopo, F,l\ $25,900, Call Ston Andorson,  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Largo trood proportion approyft aero, Zonod R2, trallor* allow  ud, pnvod roads, closo to Sorgoant Boy, Hot fishing spot, Priced   irviEWAciiisr   ,  Mfddlfipolnt location, 100 percent prlvocy, Roads throughout the  Property, Suhrllvl&ion potentlnl and power mako this acreage a  good buy, F.P, $34,0Q0, Coll Stan Andorson,  BETTER THAN NEW  Just outside Gibsons, 12x55' mobile home on 95x157' lot, Tall  ovorgroons, lawn ond garden aro Iho sotting for this beautifully  maintained homo.  Financing Is no problem as our ownor will  carry, Full prlco $25,000, Call Doug Joyce. (  LANGDALE VIEW HOME  Contemporary 3 bedroom home, all cedor lifetime exterior sWIrto.  En-Sullo plumbing, unique design, Carport, Large lot, very close td  schools, F,P, $53,900, Call Ston Andorson or Bill Montgomery,  Piive Rotxrts  Cven. Phone...flfl!>-2973  Len or Saronno Yon Comond  Eves. Phono J05-9683  Doug Joyco  Evos, Ph. 085-2761  E<1 flnker *���  lvc\. Phono 805-2641  Bill Montgomer  Stan Anderson  Cvcs. Phono' 805-2385  itgomery  Eves, 006-2006  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE 685-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  FOR SALE (Continued)  18' Sangstercraft with lib 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&C (used) ....$1800  1200 Pioneer with 20' bar ... .$120  650 Pioneer with 22" bar..'... $160  Holiday II Pioneer, with 14"  bar / $70  197ft - 155 HP OMC motor and  drive $1100  MADEIRA MARINA     .  -    Madeira Park, B.C.  OMC Servicentre,,  883-2266  970547  NEW radial arm  incl.  extra*  sturdy bench. Never used, $200.  Phone 883-9048. 10261-46  PROPANE fridge, large family  size, excellent condition', $175.  Phone 883-9048. 10262-46  ALDER  -  4  ft.x8  ft.  cut   to  length, $25 delivered. Sechelt  area. Phone 885-2325.    995-tfn  LUMBER for sale. Direct from  mill. Low prices. Phone 885-  3450. 955-tfn  T.V. record player and radio  combination, perfect condition,  $125. Phone 883-9151.        10269-46  AUTO, washer and dryer, $175.  .   Phone 885-9405after6A/*  1^70-46  USED hot water heating boiler,  oil fired, 2-3 17 G.P.H. A-l  condition, commercial size. 885-  9007.   . 10275-48  SPEED Queen auto, washer and  dryer, avocado, year old. 885-  9694. 10284-48  BABY crib, walker, cuddle seat,  car bed, bird cage and stand,  child's bike, and larger bike.  Phone 885-9374. 10292-46  FOR SALE ICvr.tinuear  ORDER   now   for- Christmas.  Hand 'made leather1 purses,  belts, wallets, etc. Joe 883-9169.  1029*48  INTERNATIONAC   oil   burner  complete with controls, tank  and stand, good cond. $100. Phone  885-9638. 10254-48  3% HP AIR cooled 4 cycle engine  and 53 amp. alternator D.C.  $35. Phone 886-2917. 10257-46  VACUUM $30; V.W. cartop $10;  armchair $20; 6x63 luran vinyl  $208; jr. ping pong $15; suitcase  $5;. chesterfield $30; picture  frame 22x24, odd items. Phone  after 6 p.m. 885-9662, Selma  Park. 10259-46  TWO 50 lb. propane tanks with  heater and regulator, excellent  condition. Phone 886-2198. 1508-45  MORTGAGES  E  TRY OUR PREMIUMS  EXAMPLE: IN SECHELT  COVERAGES UP TO  $137,750.00  COST $44.00 ANNUAL  OR  $100DEDUCTABLE  1973 21 FT. Terry trailer. As new  self contained, WV awning and  hitch. See it at Seaside Plumbing,  North Rd. Ph. 886-7896.      1428-46  BEST ANYWHERE! TO  INSURE TODAYS VALUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.,  CORNER TRAIL&HWY. 101    a  FREE LIST OF PROPERTIES  885-2235  10301-46  MORTGAGES  MORTGAGE FUNDS  AVAILABLE    ,  We specialize in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.  CallMr.Greenbank '  8794166  Galaxy Investment Corp.  Ltd.  9690-tfn  EARN,  14-24 percent  Contact Provident International  - Investment Corp.  Mrs. Phillips at 682-6861  . 9691-tfn  - 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  PETS   3 YEAR old German Shephard,  for sale to good home. Phone  885-3427. 10256-46  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 of  October, 1974, after which date  the estate assets will be  distributed having regard only to  the claims that have been  received. Grenville Drake -  Executor. 1494-46  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Tenders are invited for the  removal of the small greenhouse  next to the Sechelt Library. Interested persons are requested to  discuss this matter -with the  village clerk.  Neil Sutherland  Clerk  Village of Sechelt  1030446  CHARLES ENGLISH, LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  ,5���ACRES UPRER ROBERTS'tREEK: Well treed services, well kept  home, onl/ $35,000.00. Good terms.  DUPLEX PROPERTY VILLAGE OF GIBSONS: This excellent property is close 'O all amenities, call for details.  The Peninsula Times Page A-7   Wednesday, October 9,1974  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Davis Road, here is a hometo retire in, 1 blk.  from the shopping Centre, Medical Clinic and Theatre, yet a quiet  area of all new homes. All one level with ample bedrooms for your  visitors. F.P. $39,000.00 Make an offer.  LARGE LOT: 65'x168' suitable for building or a trailer, Fairview  Rd,, nicely treed with all services, and you can purchase this  haven with as little as $1000 down on a F.P. $9000.00.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Watch the boats go by from this new 3 bedroom home overlooking Geogria Strlat. House features. En-suite  "plmg,, 2 fireplaces ,Sun Deck, Rec. room. Moke an appointment to  view this luxury homo on a F.P. of $58,500.00. 1st ond 2nd  Mtges. available. Come In and talk this over.  RENOVATORS SPECIAL: Home on good view lot In village. Sewer  available. Concrete foundation. Can be good revenue, $23,000.00.  Good terms.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Home on view lot. 2 bdrm. suite upstairs  1 bdrm. suite down, Rented cottaae at the rear. Good revenue  toward,purchase. F.P, $35,000.00. Terms available.  PRATT ROAD: Over 1  acre level land, mostly cleared and in  garden and grass. Well built split level 3 bdrm. home with fireplace,! Large' sunny kitchen. $49,500.00;  GIBSONS VILLAGE ACREAGE: 5 acrds out of land freeze. 260'x  810', zoned R2, $25,000.00.      ,  GIBSONS VIEW LOT: 71x116', Paved Cul do Sac, underground  1    , wiring and sower.  hlORTHROADi'S acros, 2 acros pasture and 2 acres fruit troes,  Also 2 storey o|dor homo with 3 bedrooms, larao kitchen, utility  and drlvoway, $44,000,00,  L6CKYER ROAD; 5 acros parcel nicely.wooded and sloping, good  '   building property, $25,000,00,   y ���  WATERFRONT SANDY HOOK: 80 foot lovol sandy boach over-  looking Porpolso Bay, two bedroom Insulated homo with flreplpco,  and drlvoway, $43,500,00,.  LANGDALE CHINES: View lot. underground sorvlcos, pavod roads,  ...........pii-milii 7  mi iii .i i n i > I  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY,  SECHELT  VILLAGE;   Grocery  storo  located across Irom Bus Depot, Showing oxcollont growth, good  return. Prlcod In the high 20's. Call f^r Details,  ROBERTS CREEK: Hondorson Rd, Largo lot 0,6 acros, Close tp level  sandy beach, $12,500,00, Easytorms,  Drop In or Phono for our Froo Proporty Brochure.  Thoro Is MORE (n there,  LISTINGS   WANTED  K, A, Crosby   006-2098 ), W. Vlssor 005-3300  Don Sutherland 085-9362  Use "Times'AdBrlefs to  ��� ���������rSettrBentrBuyrSwapretc;  Certified piano service  PIANO TUNING  �� rojiulatlng �� electronically chockod  ��� r��palr�� O workmanship guarontood  Sorvlng tho Sunshine Coast  086-2703  The incidence of search and rescue  situations in the Interior of British Columbia,  along her coastlines and in the Yukon is on  the increase...,,, ,,-.,.,.   ���-7;7^..  The Canadian .Armed Forces Rescue= Co-ordination Centre in Victoria has logged over  2,000 incidents reported so far this year,  surpassing any previous annual total. Of  these, 1,450 involved maritime problems, 148  pertained to aircraft difficulties and 256  called for medical evacuations by land or7  sea. The remainder . concerned  miscellaneous emergency situations.   : .  Captain L.H.(Lou) Villeneuve, commanding officer of the Rescue Co-ordination  Centre said that despite the rising number of  incidents there ��� appears to be, enough  resources at hand to cope with those reports  of a more serious nature.  "However,", Captain Villeneuve stated,  "considering our Centre is reponsible for an  area of some 955,000 square miles of land and  sea, it's difficult for us to find an immediate  response to marine engine break-downs and  similar minor emergencies."  Captain Villeneuve pointed out the  Canadian Armed Forces have co-ordinated  and been involved, in 13 major air searches so  far this year. That compares to last year's  total of nine.  While the majority of Sunday fliers and  pleasure boating enthusiasts reached a  holiday peak, last nnonth, wlntpr storms are  approaching, 7 which always breed  emergency and disaster situations!  '.'No one participating in search and  rescue operations relishes his Involvement,"  Captain Villeneuve concluded, "for far too  , often the results of long searches are  disastrous. However, some pleasure can be  taken in the fact we believe our resources  httve been responsible for saving the lives of  (J7 persons so far this year."  Gov't extends hours  of Parliament toms  Public works Minister Bill Hartley announces guided tours nro available Mondny  through Friday frorii 8;30 a.m.-to 4 p.m. and  nn additional servico will bo nvnllablo with  tho Legislative Buildings being open  Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  In Uio past tho'Parliament buildings have  not been open on weekends except during tho  summer tourist seajjon. These extended  hours nro being provided to meet n growing  demand by residents and visitors to vlow the  buildings which are undergoing nn oxlohtilvo  program of restoration.  Hartley stated tho tour program of the  buildings which was organized three years  ago Is fulfilling a need. Tho service has been  ~inc'i;c^  the perimeter of the legislative building anil,  nn expanded tour Inside tho building giving a  complete and comprehensive story on,the  l/jglslatlvo chamber and the government,  TOb number of visitors to iho legislature  reached an all time high at tho end of  Augiwt: August 1074-40,000; Attgnut W73 -  .1.1,24!),  , Vlsltora to date mi al August "31, WM,  totalled 1411,(101 surpassing already the total  number of visitors In all of 11)73 1145,357), some classes open  SBBA,  'ii>      Ma\sym      ditiidi  885-2439  By Karin Hoemberg  Coordinator  Continuing Education.  Hundreds of registration forms have  found their way to the co-ordinators desk  since the school district advertised the fall  program two weeks ago.  In Sechelt court  Some courses have already started and course. Susan has just finished her MA and start until Tuesday, Oct. 22, due to building  before the week is over, most students will her up-to-date views should interest men as problems, but don't miss this chance to get fit  have had their first class. well as women in getting the highest value at ' before Christmas.  Susan Nicholls course in nutrition has" not the lowest price. As it issuch a good course, -     The scuba divers are ready to jump in on  as yet sufficient students to commence ithas been decided to extend the registration Thursday, Oct. 24. The class is limited to 12  classes. The reason is undoubtedly that most. ifor another week.,(Phone 886-2225, weekdays students, but there is still space for two.  people are not aware of the value of the 2-4pm)                          ' _,   ��� Barbara Laakso writes about yoga this  The keep fit class in Roberts Creek cannot week. '  ogo  _BI__S_.  SECHELT ��� Monica Jackson pleaded guilty  in provincial court Oct. 3 to a charge of  assault causing bodily harm.  The charge was laid July ^21 when the  accused    .allegedly    assaulted    another  woman in Sechelt. Presiding Judge J.S.  Johnston sentenced Jackson to one month in  the women's section of the Lower Mainland  Regional Correction Center at Oakalla. over ��8-     .  o ���i,���i*      *u /-n-j   r ��   ���     ������   ,    _ . The car Mackenzie was driving Sept. 27  Sechelt youth Chde Jeffenes 18, pleaded    leftthe road, g^ a m> aifd ^ovr&i  X3L ��2  fge t ?       mage ex~  *��"*a gate *"����a yar^ Police said his  ceeding $50 and misclnef. breathalyzer registered at .15.  Police apprehended the youth and two        Judge Johnston took into consideration  companions at the dump Aug. 16 with a stolen the fact that Mackenzie is a pensioner with  car which they had demolished with an axe. limited funds and fined him $50 with a six-  Jefferies admitted to using the axe but police month license suspension.  GIBSONS���Gibsons Auxiliary held their convene the affair assisted by Verla Hobsori.  monthly meeting on October 2 in the Health ��� Tickets will be handled by Marge Langdale  Centre with President Jean Longley in the and these will be available shortly,  chair .Mrs. Longley gave a warm welcome to- *��� Dooley Mason and Lenora Inglis are'the  Annie Metcalfe, a new member to the nominating committee for our new executive  auxiliary. / which takes office in January 1975.  Gladdie Davis reported that a successful        The next meeting will be held Nov. 6 at 1  bridge was held on Sept. 23. The door prize    p.m. in the Health Center. Nev, members  was won by Ken Barton, and first prize by " welcome.  Alameda Whiting'and Gladdie Davis and  information stated that he had not stolen the  car. Damage was $1,050.  - .He was given a two-year suspended  sentence   and  instructed  to  make, $350  restitution within three months.        ,       William    John   Mackenzie,    Sechelt, ���second prize by Morris Nygren and Albert ' p ��� A 8  pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a     Crowhurst. The next bridge will be held at "     B  vehicle while his blood-alcohol content was     the health center at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 28. For  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 9,1974  'estiifj per mil isond hy  The Insurance Corporation of British    buyers of the old one to test drive it, since it  information call 886-2009, 886-2050. /  Thrift Shop convenor, Oney DeCamp,  reported a busy and successful - summer. -  New volunteers in this area are always  welcome.  .In the absence of Ivy Richards, secretary  Peggy Crosby read the report on extended '*  care volunteers. These ladies go to the f  hospital every Monday morning to give *  assistance and entertainment to extended .  care patients.  It was decided to have the annual fall  luncheon on Nov. 8 in the United Church Hall.  Shirley Richardson, and  Ida Leslie, will  ALCOHOLISM - FREEDOM IS  POSSIBLE  Total, victorious freedom may begin with  quiet moments of prayer ��� with a deep  conviction that God, divine Love, is pur very  present help iji times'of trouble.  Broadcast this Sunday over many stations  including! Vancouver station CJVB 1470 Kcs  at 9:30 a.m.  fheTRUTH  rhc*H3HS  A Christian Science radio series  Gibsons    ��    886-7112  & Carpets -fa Tiles  -fa Linoleums *fa Drapes  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues. - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL ?  We NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located in the new offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light  ��  Phone 885-2713  illimm��Ml��llmillllMimMl��mllin.��nimn����m��m..m..��...��.M..����..MT_i__._����__.  Use 'Times' AdBriefs to Sell, Buy, Bent, Swap, etc.  Columbia has made it easier for a vehicle  owner to sell a car from which the licence  plates have been removed.  A temporary testing demonstration  permit (TTDP) is available now at all Motor  Vehicle Branch offices.  The TTDP, which is valid for 10 days from  date of issue, attaches to a vehicle's windshield and costs $7. It take the place of  licence plates, and also provides basic  Autoplan insurance protection. This includes  $50,000 third party coverage, $250 deductible  collision coverage, $50 deductible /comprehensive coverage, and no-fault accident  benefits.'  The TTDP has been designed primarily  for private citizens who have bought a new  vehicle without trading in their old one. With  plates and insurance transferred to the new  vehicle, it became impossible for prospective  could not be operated without plates or insurance.  A temporary permit can also be obtained  for trailers, motorcycles or commercial  vehicles, for the same $7 fee. On heavy  trucks or other commercial vehicles over  ��� 8,000 pounds gross vehicle weight, however,  collision and comprehensive coverage is not  included. It can be obtained for an additional  fee of $5.  MmJo to oxnctlriR apnclflcntlono prottcrlhod by���  W, S. FULLER, Doctor of Osteopathy  --(or hncKocho Ruffor*>rs nmorm pntlontn ol IiIh  wall known cllnlo,      ���    .  Restonic '$ and yoyr  best stooping oxporionca  ORTHdlbNIC BY RE^SbNIC  Only Hin Oiiholonui liinuly Miin Hid  tmcluwit   Mflrvoloun MiriOlo  i;oi,'i...i<:Iumi' Im iilKinii hint niippoit  I7|ipi i;Mh|.irmiii(| iiml iliiiiM'.K i.iivimiiii'i  ,iiii iiiipI iiiinin nl Oilhnlniiii.''. luiill-in  .-..|��i>nrilil(t.Hiliitiliniiri.-.|i'irn i|(intl nir||i| ��-~p  iiliiii|i nviiiy'llHilil  QU..LM $1ff|���|95  AW��>#t..,.Hn...i  BENNER FURNITURE  CO. LTD.  Across from Coast Homes Phone 885*2058  Chevron  CHEVRON  Heating Fuels  Your Chevron Housewnrmcr lenm In WUflon Creek Is:  Fuel Supplier: . Service Representative:  Verne H. Maedel Peter A. Wajment  P.O. Box 400 Box 744,  Socholt, B.C, ScchelLB.C.  Telephone fl0T��-9332 Telephone 805-2100 Y  Section &  Wednesday, October 9,1974  Ifrgea 1-8,  JOLLY mB M,  SECRET COVE  Excellent .Cuisine ond Accommodation  11 MILES FROM' SECHELT .885-9998  Another season  *    '    7  a  SECHELT-Annual drive for funds by the  B.C. Division, Canadian Arthritis and  Rheumatism Society, is again being sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Lions Club.  Rudy Crucil is this year'd chairman.  A total of 3,000 letters will be mailed to  residents of the area outlining the CARS  program and the way in which their contributions work year-round.  Forty-three patients from the Sunshine .  Coast received treatment for arthritis from  CARS last year and two are presently in'  Vancouver on an intensive care treatment  program.       ; '  Campaign chairman Rudy Crucil would  like Sunshine Coast residents to know that  Box 275, Sechelt is the mailing address for  those supporting - this current community -  project sponsored by the Lions Club.  Election due Nov. 16  By Ivan Smith  Sunshine Coast cubbing and scouting is on  the move for the fall season with  registrations well underway.  The Pender Harbour cub pack under the  leadership of Garry Bennett and Allan  Thompson have already been hiking through  the back trails.  . .Jack Vanderpoll, chairman of the group  committee and district vice president, needs  a hand with the committee. How about it  Pender?  The cubs now meet at Madeira Park  School gym on Wednesdays at 7:30.  Sechelt cubs have been meeting at St.  Hilda's Church hall on Wednesdays at 3:30  with Norah Robinson leading the pack of 22  boys.  Lome Christie and Trevor Johnston  started scouts at St. Hilda's Hall, Tuesdays.  They began yesterday.  Weekend outings are planned with Roy  Wigard helping out. The group committee  needs help so please call Marg Maedel to  offer your assistance.  Wilson,Creek cubs has Chuck Stephens  and Tim Frizzell to lead them at the scout  hall at Wilson Creek on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.  On Monday, Oct. 7, Bruno Dombroski led off  with his,scout troop. Glen Phillips needs a  hand with the group committee.  Roberts Creek cubs have Ron Blair and  Dave Parry to lead them at the Legion hall  on Wednesdays. Paul Smith will be leading  the scouts when they find a hall. With Dave  Parry assisting with the cubs, this group will  need a chairman and some members.  Gibsons cubs meets Tuesday at the scout  hall with Maxwell Hammersmyth and Bob  Gentles. Then Maxwell is at it again on  Wednesdays with the scout troop. Cpl. parryl  Price of the Gibsons RCMP is acting  chairman of the group committee for a short  time so we are requesting help for the group  also. Can Gibsons do it? Call Maureen  Partridge or Cpl. Price.  2A basic cub leadership course is planned  for Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with Ron  Mackey of Vancouver and Norah Robinson  as trainers. Place is to be announced.  Next year's scout calendars are now  available at 75 cents each at Wilson Creek  hall.      ,  Lions bingo winner  SECHELTr-Winner of Sunshine Coast Lions  Club bingo was Larry Farr. A new game is  under way.  Travelling bridge sets, crib sets and chess  sets from "Buxton". Small, compact and all  in their own little leather case. Really trim  and neat. Miss Bee's���Sechelt.  l    f    pf      ��>��.  THIRD STRIPE for RCMP detachment head Peter Church. Promotion followed  two months after posting to Sechelt.  ' SECHELT ��� "The public deserves good  policing, we want the people here to feel  protected."  Peter Church was recently promoted to  Sergeant in charge of the Sechelt detachment  of the RCMP.  After 17 years, and seven postings his  enthusiasm for his job is still evident. He  talks excitedly about his plans for a safety  program within the schools, a security  program to educate local retailers in the use  of night deposits, deal with frauds and basic  information.  Church said he believes the police and  MIKE'S CARPET CARE  by ARQOSHEEN  Our services include  i  carpet & upholstery cleaning  Free estimates and  in-home demo.  Call our  Electronic Answering System  public can work together. He hopes to encourage citizens to take license numbers and  report people who are driving carelessly for  instance. "We need the time, date, license  number and description of the car or driver.  "A charge must be laid but if the person  pleads guilty the matter never goes to  court."  The Sergeant explained that a person who  makes such a report and lays a charge needs  no lawyer and all processing is done by the  RCMP so there is no cost involved.  When asked what he thinks of Sechelt he  replied, "We love it���how could anyone not,  it's like dying and going to heaven."  Church's only complaint is the lack of  skiing in the area. He, his wife Jae and two  children. Mteljiael -9. .g^d. Jennifer 11, ajre.s��i;..  " bufts and the sergeant is already thinking of  ways to develop a ski hill here.  Conversation had to be cut short because  the Sergeant and a couple of his officers were  off to Pender Harbour to take the teachers on  in a game of volleyball. If Church has  anything to do with it, there'll be a lot of that,  he wants residents to get to know him and his  men as people. ,7  Try it ��� you'll like them.  Election of two local trustees for each of  the   islands, designated   in   the   newly  proclaimed Islands Trust Act will take place  Nov. 16 in conjunction with the regular -  election of school board trustees.  Regional districts concerned will conduct  the elections with financial assistance'  granted for extra expenses incurred. Sunshine Coast Regional District is effected  because Gambier Island is included in its  boundaries. "'-  All residents of the islands eligible to vote  in regional district and school board elections may vote for their two local island trust  members, who will serve a two-year term of  office.  The following islands are designated for  local elections .under the act: .Bowen, Den-  man, Gabriola, Galiano, Gambier, Hornby,  Lasqueti, Mayne,North Pender, Saltspring,  Saturna, South Pender, Thetis.  Remaining smaller islands in the trust  area will be served by the three general;  trustees: Hilary Brown of Hornby Island,  Marc Holmes of Saltspring, and David]  Brousson of Bowen Island. 'B  Nomination papers, signed by the c  didaW/and two* resident 'electors Iii?3**'  . submitted to the returning officer appointed  by the regional district before noon on October 28.  Purpose of the local trust committees  whose meetings will be attended by mem-  bers of the general trust and the electoral  area director, is to assist the provincial  . government and regional district concerned  in regard to 'determination, implementation  and carrying out policies for the preservation  and protection of the trust area and its  unique smenities and environment'.  Trustees' voices will be important in  matters such as zoning, subdivision and  island planning. Each of the 13 designated  islands will acquire a degree of self-rule  without becoming a municipality.  Precise duties and terms of service for  trustees have not yet been finalized and a  degree of flexibility will be necessary to suit  individualized islands.  It is expected that an honorarium will be  .'authorized and duties of trustees will not  " interfere with their normal activities.  On Wednesday, October 16th,  one of our representatives  will be at  Sunnycrest Motel, Gibsons (9-11:30 a.m.)  Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt (1*3:00 p.m.)  Tel: 886-9920 [Gibsons] 885-9561 [Sechelt]  .45-W��st;t5th Sfroot, North Vancouver, B.C���^T��l:980-6571- 7  nentalsman  The office of provincial rentalsman  Barrie Clark began operation Oct. 1,  following proclamation by the provincial  cabinet of the new Landlord and Tenant Act.  The legislation, which will be administered by Clark, applies to all dwelling  units rented as residential premises, including mobile homes and land that is rented  for mobile homes. It does not apply to nonprofit cooperatives or nursing home facilities  licensed by the Department of Health.  Two areas of the act which will not come  into force immediately are those dealing  with security deposits and allowable rent  increases.  In announcing proclamation of the  legislation, Attorney General Alex Mac-  Donald said he expects to announce the  allowable rent increases about Mid-October  to take effect February 1. The present eight  per cent ceiling will ajiply until that time.  Under the new legislation, rents may still  be" raised only once every 12 months  regardless of changes in either the landlord  or tenant, and only after three months notice  in writing has been given.  "The' act clearly defines the rights and  obligations of both parties from the time a  tenancy agreement is reached, through the  term of a tenancy, and to the time a tenancy  agreement is terminated," Clark said.  "While we believe most landlord-tenant  relationships are amicable, our office can  save both parties costly and time consuming.  legal action where serious disputes arise."  More acreage available  In most cases the decisions,of the Office of  the Rentalsman are binding. The services of  the rentalsman are free and are available to  all landlords and tenants in the province. g  The office is located at 525 Seymour Street  in Vancouver and Clark and his staff will  accept collect phone calls at 689-0811.  .  Some highlights of the comprehensive  new legislation "include;  A landlord cannot arbitrarily evict a  tenant, and tenants cannot be evicted for  refusing to pay a rent increase in excess of  that allowed by the rentalsman. The' act  recognizes the following reasons for eviction:  1(" A tenant fails to pay rent owing within  five days after receipt of a notice of demand  from the landlord.  2) A tenant or his guests disturb other  tenants in the building.  3) A tenant damages the premises beyond  reasonable wear and tear.  4) The landlord requires the premises for his  own use, for the use of his wife, child, parents  or in-laws.  5) The premises are going to be demolished.  6) The premises are going to be converted to  condominium or co-operative housing, or if  the landlord intends to enter into a lease  arrangement of more than three years.  7) The tenancy agreement is for residential  premises in a hotel, motel, etc., or if the  agreement clearly stipulates a seasonal  arrangement and a termination date.  9).The premises become occupied by a  /  person under 19, contrary to the tenancy  agreement.  10) The premises become occupied by a  larger number of persons under 19 years of  age than was agreed upon in the tenancy  agreement.  11) The tenant or his guests endanger the  safety of the landlord-or other tenants.  12) The tenant is an employee whose  residential premises were provided by the  employer and-are withdrawn upon the termination of employment.  13) An unreasonable number of persons are  occupying the premises.  Any reduction in services or a charge for  services formerly supplied free to a tenant  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 9,1974  could be considered a rent increase, unless  the rentalsman orders otherwise.  A landlord may'not seize the personal  belongings of a tenant for non-payment of  rent. Under no circumstances may a landlord lock out a tenant. - ���  , Under certain, conditions the rentalsman  may order a tenant's immediate eviction.  Both parties have obligations to maintain  the premsies. If the rentalsman determines  that the tenant has caused extraordinary  damage, he could order the tenant's immediate eviction. ' If the rentalsman  determines that the landlord is not maintaining proper standards - or' providing  essential services, he may order the tenaht to  pay rent directly to the rentalsman, and use  the funds to pay for the needed repairs,  maintenance and services. ,  An easy to read summary of the act has  been prepared and will be mailed to most  landlords and tenants in the province as soon  as possible, Clark said.  r  MMMiwimima  885^2439  s i@fotf4tota4> (^ ctotttoa 4aan. V&eatttte  $       U fo*& eanfy fo* yowi eat ���Utd day, ne4&w#Uo*t4,.  HWY. 101  SECHELT  GIBSONS ��� Work on Brothers Park is  progressing and 900 feet of drain tile was  scheduled to be installed by the end of last  week.  Following last Tuesday's council meeting,  Mayor Larry Labonte said that by next  spring an additional eight acres should be  available for use. The area should be suitable  for rugby and soccer and eventually two  more tennis courts will be constructed.  Council received a petition from Gower  Point Road residents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W.  Squaringly yours  ���by Maurice Homstroot  Sept. 27, with over two sets swinging their  corners with the greatest of ease and  grandeur, the Country Stars square dance  club, with one night left open for beginners,  are well on the road to an intermediate level,  then, as the man said, our square dancers  will be able to square dance anywhere.  Last week, I tossed my glasses away  because I had seen .everything.. Harry  Robertson ��� did everything right, behaved  well, smiled once in awhile and did a fan-  tasticjob of his guest spot on the caller's  dais. Of course, there was one set that went  to pieces but right away he said it wasn't his  fault, but it was something to do with the  other seven in the set.  I don't know if you noticed but the leaves  on the trees are changing color, I think that  fall has come. Yes,.it's" going to be a tough  wfnter or a long one; How you ask yourself,  how do I know? Well, the fir trees around our  place are loaded with acorns and the  squirrels are operating four eight-hour shifts  a day and that's not easy to do, so best get  your car cha|ns early and the old wood pile  built up. Come to think, of It that's what I'm  going to do,  I hear by the grapevine that one of our  .square dancers has a broken rib. Well, if ho  had como square dancing the accident would  never have happened. Get well soon Charlie,  I have no one else to pick on.  1 Ju.st can't seem to find anything to write  about so I guess the best thing to do Is get. this  column to tho editor so I will leave you with  this thought In mind; If you think you havo,  someone eating out of your hand, best count  ' your fingers once In a whllo, Hasta-la-vlsta,  Dixon, requesting improved water service.  Mayor Labonte said the present line is too  small to keep up with the increasing  development in that area and the matter was  referred to the water committee for investigation.  Labonte said that since the work was not  budgeted for in 1974 engineers will figure the  costs and council will consider budgeting for  a larger line next year.  Developers MacKenzie and Warren approached council for permission to build an  18-unit multi-dwelling complex in the Bay  area between Burns and Cochrane Roads.  Village Clerk Jack' Copeland was  authorized to enter into land use contracts  for the area. Copeland said once the contracts are drawn up, area residents will be  invited to- a public meeting to review conditions in the contract and voice any objection to the development. N  A public meeting was requested by Ald7  Bill Laing to discuss wharf improvements  with residents. Laing said a great deal of  work has already been done on the wharf but  he would like to include the public in future  plans and get any suggestions as to what is  needed.  The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 29 at  .the Gibsons United Church Hall.  * Woman golfer to men in foursome ahead:  "Do you mind if we play through? My friend  is having labor pains.".  V  2 1/2 MILES  irons sM^ttds^TOJ^s&J^jvu^y^i^Pffl^j^  48' Classic very well maintained. Powered by 135 H.P. Graymarine Diesel Equip. Includes radiotelephone, depthsounder, auto, pilot, pressure water system, anchor winch,  dinghy, 2 heads, 110 volts wiring, 32 volt auxiliary charging system. Prico $30,000'.  May be seen at Coho Marina, Madeira Park  For further information phone 883-2682 after 6:00 p.m. Ask for Ab.  WC^-C'IL^��L^^V^��t��t^^^^^VV*^S.H>.SLSL'IL^^SL>aLV.Va  . ,-v -v -v -w �����. �����. .��������������������� �����. -�� -��. -�� ����� ���%. -��..����� -��.�����. �����' �����. �����...-��. -��.  [     . - ,      a        1.*   t(J  5 7 *��x  Ii*  *. a-r     ..  1.1       *'��� '  HfiSB  i  1  I  ACCIDENTS DON'T HAPPEN IN THE  OFFICE,. .Try telling that to Lisa  Aldnzo of the Workers' Compensation  Board. Lisa demonstrates how easy an  T<\m��^%"'~fkQ^  accident can happen in the office if safe  practices are not' folloWed. Castor-  Wheeled chairs are no substitute for a  safe ladder.  Also 1975 7.5 hp $574.00  ���������r-���~~i iii ii i    im in in mi i     ii in ii nil ii i n nm  ifew and Used Diihoard-Oiafhoards  OUTBOARD BSOTOeiS  REPAIRS - WINTERIZING - STORAGE  mummmm  ADEIRA PARK  883-2248 J  Fred's Driving School of Powell River  will be in Gibsons each .Thursday and Friday commencing  October, 24th. for student and private driving instruction.  For further information  phone Powell River at  485-5233  .'.'.��V  yafpes  $i:j7 '  1 litcleia Uinets & funifies  ���pagjffa^aMawaaLiaipaiiiiHwHUM,  Citation   O   Cameo  O   Merit  International  O   Monocrost  TYPEWRITERS  ADDING  MACHINES  aECTRONIC  FILE CABINETS  iBWKBPWwraWSB  "ffffir^^t1��? ^k'' ^k' m mm 's* ;(P  fCAR&EjIiSj  ��� ���������      M   .,    ��. .r  t'.W  SI  �� WEST MIIXS      ���  HARDING        ||  ��ARMSTRONG      �� OZITE W\  M  O G.A.F. ,'.��� ARMSTRONG ||:  ���  FMNTCOTE ill   y     ��� ��� ���- ���������-.��� -��� m  ���������   . $  '��� TAPPAN     '���  INGLIS ||  O  FINLAY m JENN-AIR RANGES-pl  :$:  ll  Thanksglylnci is harvest tlmo, with 'Hbrno Grown  13,' C, Quality' foods, Wo aro able to enjoy q bountiful supply of locally grown foods, thanks to. the  offorta of our B,'C, agriculture industry,  .  13, C, foods are special, The distinctive dogwood  symbol lots you Know those nro quality, food pro- '  ducts, grown and produced right hero In our  '-���--'"-"���-provinbe  j$       quality,  ,ook lot tho.famlllar "Homo Grown B, C, Qunllty'7  symbol on cartons, signs and labols. and glvo  your support lo 13,. C, agriculture It la an Important part of every British Columbian's' llfo today,  and will bo In future ,yoars, ��� ���. .  S^^Oi  q i fttiwm,mvimi*mHim  LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  For Appointment Phone 886-2765  Box 694, GIBSONS 1$  j i*X*��*  BrCrDEPART(VIENT��:OP7AGRICULT^  MARKET!} BRANCH  ion, n,ivid n, ninpii h, Minl'i.uu; rA\\uu\ n, Pmnrson, Dn|i  iUiiiU> Wednesday, October 9,1974        The Peninsula Times  i ps CSS  ',*  e  i  * Put your message into 3,894  homes . (15,000 readers) in  these economical spots. Ydur  ad is always there for quick  reference . . . anytime!  ACCOUNTANTS  Page B-3  _E5_9 iw^S bES^B SESi 6S9 BBS 899 fi&9 ^q aq^b i  ��� i  * Here's an economical way to  reach   3,894 - homes   (15,000'  readers) every week, Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference  ....  anytime!  W. Philip Gordon  .CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block; Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  ���Office 'Residential *Wake-up Calls  'Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  ANTIQUES  BEAVER HOUSE ANTIQUES  Good Selection of Furniture, China,  Paintings, Collectibles & Crafts.  Martin Road, Francis Peninsula  PHONE 883*9185. MADEIRA PARK ,  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  J.B.'sFIXITSHOP  885-9686 ��� JohnBunyan  We repair small electrical and mechanical  appliances. Drop-off and pick-up depot:  Sunshine Coast T.V. Sales and Service  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  ARCHITECTURAL-  PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 7 35 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  - Planning Service  ROGER ALLEN  Drafting Services  -ARCHITECTURAL - RENOVATIONS  -CIVIL - HOME DESIGN  Wharf Road [over Irly Bird] Socheit  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  BANKS  ���������^���������1������������ ������������������ 1    MIMIIM Lm ���������������������������   __���������     III      ���  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  hours     Box ' 5^< Madeira Park  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender;'Monday-Thursday  10 a.m. to 3 p,m,| Friday 10 a.m, to 6 p.m.  ^ 'BLASTING;y77 ,7'Y7:7:7'  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  AU WORK FULLY INSURED  ��� Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for 9 free estimate anytime  TEDDONELY Pender Harbour 083-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phono 885-2622  Box 7 3, Sechelt, B.C,  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Bu|ldlng Needs  PHONE'VIRN, 085-2525 or 886-2344  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL ��� RESIDENTIAL  ,��� 7,.'. ,,,,'. ;,._. 'L***$7}*.���... I,,..���,:.,.��.  MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  BUILD TO SUIT  PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECTION  RENOVATIONS  Eves 005.9981 ��� Box 547, Sechelt  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS ft BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD,  All Your Building Noods  Madeira park Phone 883-2585  BUILDING SUPPL. (cont'd)  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES,  [1971] LTD.  "ALL BUILDING MATERIALS"  "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "    "GENERAL PAINT"  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 101 ���Gibsons  Tiwiwsnui,n, i wt,t im t, u��,nwu aea  CARPET CLEANING  i , '   ���*  CARPET ft CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS y_  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.   .  MIKE'S CARPET CARE  by ARGOSHEEN  Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning  885-9277  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  New house framing and renovations  Pre-fab house erections  Phone: 885-9435  COAST CONSTRUCTION  New Homes    Remodelling  Designing  Free Estimates" 885-2978  G. S. CAIRNS  BACKHOE - DITCHING - SEPTIC TANKS  LANDSCAPING  CATERING  CATERING  TAMMY'S PACIFIC FOODS LTD.  For all you catering needs -.  No obligations on consultations  883-9012    ���    883-9045  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, AND  BACKHOEWORK  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  All Trades ��� Free Estimates  eves:886-2 090  885-2439  DAY CARE  Sechelt, B.C.  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phono'883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ��� Full Hotel Facilities ���  PAINTING & DECORATING  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  BRUSH - SPRAY OR ROLL  Call 886-2512  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Sechelt  885-2734 Evenings: 885-2936  KENNELS  Wilson Croek .  DAY CARE CENTRE  ages 3 - 6 -  qualified supervisors  885-2721  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING ��� SAND  GRAVEL ��� FILL  Phone 886-7109  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating. or   spring   cleaning   call   us  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  "FOUR-O-EIGHT"  KENNELS  Boarding for Dogs and Cats, approx.  21/2 miles along Redrooffs Road from Sechelt  885-9469    ���   Frances Ave.  MACHINE SHOPS  DIVING  DRYWALL SERVICES  Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pander Harbour area  Sand'Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  to serve you.  ���    R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  J. 6. 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 Gravol ��� Backhoo  Ditching-Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666,    Box 172,    Sechelt, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing        ��� ,,..  Floors- Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Froo Estimates Phono 885-9413  BULLDOZING  PlggotBros.  CAT D4D  885-2325  Hwy, 10)  f "  I  1  1  I  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  ,���������,l'l,-riY.y*��0^,.f*��pl*],,..,,,������,���,�����-,,.-,,,.....  AIL PLY WOOD i  Exotic and Construction  Panelling ��� Doors ��� Mouldings  Glues. Insulation  ��� Gibsons��� 886-9221  PHONE 005-9550  RONS CONTRACTING   Clearlng-Excavalb  Gradino-Flll-Roa^ Gravoi-Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  i ^^ ' ' r>  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Soptk Tank���bitching  Excavating ��"Land Clearing  '  Rood Building���Gravel A Fill  886-2830  PonCohPump i  CONCRETE PUMPING SERViqE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  006-7417 or 086-9890  ���If! .UN .W.l-I.���������W_���!.!.��� ������,���M���..^������WM^������ I���II. ���������!���������  G.W.GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks ��� Excavating  Leveling * Landscaping  Phon* Jerry. ���IS-2600  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  .     BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential    and    Commercial ~~ Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816    .  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  INCE 1947  PHONE 885-2062  ��� ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS'���   ..  D.W.LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.I/Madeira Park  y     Phone 883-2749  y  7   Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC        y  'WIRING OF ALL TYPES        '  Residential - Industrial ��� Commercial  All work guaranteed - Freo estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9913  JIMMcKENZIE  ,    ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 8859978  .7,' '.' 7'        :    ���*"'   ' '  FISHING  ��������������.������������M^M.���^���^���    Illlll Hill ���Hill���IHll-ailll���������������������lll.imil.a^  .7 7 p      ,'���.).��� .,   . -. ������'.     , , ..,   ..      , '  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  BOAT RENTALS ��� RAMP  COTTAGES - CAMPSITES  TRAILER SITES ��� ICE  Dox 10, Garden Day 883-2424,803-2577'  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  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester '  Phone 885-9464  ' At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  a MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acetylene Welding  Steel Fabricating-Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721 Res. 886-9956,886-9326  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private & Commercial  General Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2678  imuni ���iiiihvii wlniiiiMwr,rrrnJrnnii',li��MiimilliffinwniiBt  ROOFING  PLUMBING & HEATING  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing-Heating-lnstallations  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.  Phono 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating.-Pipe Lagging  FREEESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  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 boats and cruisers  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free; 689-5019  ������������_���WIII1IIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIII������  MEAT CUTTING  Game dressed, cut, wrapped ft frozen  LYNN'S CUSTOM CUTTING  Bpx 277, Sechelt  885-2575, evenings only  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.  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281. Gibsons 886-7320  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  Repairs  Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-RdOFING 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  ���mil 'iiiiuiii iiiiyiwii'iiirnj'iWi'BiiirBaaasEMaaBawac���aaaa  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  FUEL  RNIE WlDMAN ���  \ot; all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663 y  Madoira Park, B.C.  MOBILE   HOME   SERVICE  . .       Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div, ol Soa Coast Sheet Motal L|d,) ;  Complete Maintenance  '    Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirling  24HR  Box 920, Sechelt      SERVICE Tel. 885-2712  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Salos and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  '' Show Cards -Banners-Truck Lettering:  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 8853606  STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  ���Industrial Equipment  ���Automotive  Phone 885-9715  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  SURVEYORS  RADIATORS  G&E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK I  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service,  RENTALS  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2 stroka, 4 stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 805-2512  Vancouvor toll frees 609-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  R.STEPHANSON  GULF OIL AOENT  Bottom of Wharf Road  SECHELT 805-9621  Evosi 005-2192  FLOORING-CABINETS  Cabinets,. Carpets'. Linoleums ��.  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Glbsona, B.C.  Blair Konnett, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  -���^LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER     -   ~  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials lor salo  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursory ��� Roberts Creek  Landscaping ��� Shrubs - Fruit Troos a Fertilizer  Berry Plants . Bedding Plants �� Peat Moss  Fully Llconsod Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and troos  Sunshine Coast Hwy.     Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Dal Block, Gibson? ��� Wednesdays  I 886-2248  Socholt - Mondays : 885-9712  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and. EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES 7  Easy  Strip   Concrete  Forming   Systems   - Compressors ., Rototlllors  -Generators  ���  Pumps,,-  Earth Tampers '        '  Sunshine Coast Hwy, & Francis Peninsula Road,  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment,  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting Plants  R.R. V, Davis Bay, 885-2848  ^ MM.!������     II ��� ���IIM-IIMI��������� I��� IIWIIl������l|����� ||       I.I Illlll !��� I ���l���im  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR AU TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provldod  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 ovos.  �����!!��� IIWHI��������� II���IH���I ��� IIPI��� ��� ������ IMMMI."������_WWIIHTIIIWIIII_.IWIII 11 ��� 11 WI  II    "I     H  "RENT IT AT    '  -^^--SUNSHINB RENTALS LTD/*-���-  North Road, Gibsons  "Wo Rep) or Soil Almost Everything"   ,  Typewriters-Lighting Plants. Televisions   '  Rototlllors   ���   Comonl   Mlxors   ���   Lawn   Rakat  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 006-2040    24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  Hmm*���,mi,mnnmm;,���\\mmm~mmw**mm.~m*mmmmmmmwm mm wihiiwiiiiiimi Hum ������ii���f  CSS HARDWARE  Sechelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES -: HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phona 885-9713  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625 Home 885-9581  ' Roy andWaganaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building -Wharf Street  Box 609-Sechelt, B.C..'  885-2332  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  ,       All Brands available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a,m, to 5:30 p,rn,,  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows-Logs  SECHELT TOWING ft SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving A Log Towing  Li HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ���- Complete Troo Sorvlco  ��� Prompt, Guarantood, Insured Work  ���> Prices You Can Trust  PhoneJ, RISBEY, 885-2109  GENERAL STORE  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES.  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  Francis peninsula Road  Pender Harbour ��� 093-2415  L���. __-->���  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ���. clean-up your woodod areas  i ��� romovo lowor limbs for vlow ���  ��� top tall troos ad|acont to buildings  Marv Volon 886-9597  T.V. and RADIO  JfiCELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES �� SERVICE  ��� wo service all brands ���  885-2560  noxt to Coast Cablevision    SECHELT   SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  ft SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL��� ELECTROHOME  " "        and ZENITH DBALERS ~~  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  Dox 799, Socheit ��� Phone 005.9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  VACUUM CLEANERS  I  I  a  I  ELECTROLUX  Solos ft Sorvlco  885-9244 /  On CBC radio tonight  show, playing guitar and singing his own'  songs, with guest performers in the folk field.  From Halifax. >  SUNDAY OCT. 13  10 am Meeting . Place Today's  Thanksgiving service originates from-St.  Andrew's United Church, Markham, Ontario. The guest speaker will be the new  moderator of the United Church, the Rt. Rev.  Wilbur Howard. . '  Page B4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 9,1974  By Maryanne West '���  Why would anyone in this day and age  want to become a minister of the church?  What" kind of young man or woman is still  such a true and faithful believer, in the  established religions?  , Concern; CBC" Radio's direct, hardhitting, weekly series which focuses on  people, their experiences, problems,  opinions and philosophies, investigates this  question in a documentary Why they Heed  the Call.  Host - Warren Davis talks with Dr.  Moelwyn Merchant, cannon of Salisbury  Cathedral and chairman of the department  of English at the University of Exeter, about  his life as a man of the cloth and the people  and how his faith has helped him.  Father Richard Woods, SJ, of Loyola  University, Chicago, also gives his reasons  why he heeded the call and if there really is  such a thing as true vocation; as man  hearing the call from God. That's tonight.  WEDNESDAY OCT. 9  8:03 pm Concern Why they Heed the. Call.  10:30 pm Country Road features a live  appearance by the Calamity brothers from  Montague, PEL  THURSDAY OCT. 10  7 pm British election special Tom Earle,  CBC's London correspondent will host this  special electijbn report live from London.  .8:03 pm Themes and Variations the  National Youth- Orchestra conducted by  George Tinter plays Symphony No 1 in C  Major, Bizet; Evanscene, Andre Prevost and  Symphony No 5 in C minor, Op 67,  Beethoven,from a public concert recorded at  the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver.  10:30 pm Jazz-Radio-Canada Music by  Ted Moses Quintet .from Toronto, the Bob  Hales Band from Vancouver, and an interview with Sonny Rollins.  *.${��..  FRIDAY OCT. 11,  1:30pm Arts Review from Vancouver,  host Doug Campbell.  2:30 pm Canadian Concert Hall Part 1  Arthur Ozblins, piano: Sonata No 2 in B flat  minor, Op 36, Rachmaninoff. Part 11 CBC  Winnipeg Orchestra' conducted by Arthur  Poison; William Reimer, baritone: Mahler's  "Kindertotenleider.  8:03 pm Between Ourselves "Linear  recreation" examines the need to have point  to point park facilities for such recreations as  snowmobiling, cross country skiing,  bicycling, and riding. Some of those involved  explain, what it's all about.  9 pm The Bush and the Salon Grip, written  and directed by Alan King, looks at the  humor magazine, comparable to Punch,  which flourished in Toronto between 1873 and  1894. It was founded by J.W. Bengough, one  of the finest political cartoonists of the time,  an outspoken critic of the power wielders of  the.day, and a champion of women's rights.  10:30 pm Major Progression interview  with Van Morrison by Ritchie Yorke, a flashback to the Beach Boys. Guest is Burton  Cummings.  SATURDAY OCT.12  11.30. am Inside from the Outside, the  popular comedy satire show starring Max  Ferguson, Barbara Hamilton, Carl Banas,  David Hughes and Judy Sinclair returns for  its fifth season with a slightly new sound.  Producer Jack Humphrey promises "a  Saturday satire explosion" as the controversial program blasts away even harder  at the follies and foibles of national and international political life. The show is written  by Murray Soupcoff, Eric Nicol, Gary  Dunford and Rick Salutin.  12:10 pm Our Native Land Thanksgiving  ���Three national leaders of Canada's native  ,' people express their concept of what  Thanksgiving is to their people. George*  Manuel,' president, National Indian  brotherhood; Kermot Moore, president  Native Council of Canada, and James Ar-  valuk, newly elected president of the Inuit  Tapirisat.  3:03 pm Opera by Request featured opera  ��� Fidelio, Beethoven;  .8:03 pm CBC Stage The Love of- Lady  Margaret by Bill Morrison. Pat Galloway  plays the title role in this powerful-drama  about one woman's compulsive attempt to  fill the* vacuum of a 20-year marriage.  Directed by Claudia Gibson in Winnipeg.  9 pm My Word popular BBC word game  with Dilys Powell, Anne Scott James, Frank  Muir and Denis Norden., *  10:03 pm Anthology The Important  Thing a story about Ernesto Cuevos, a social  worker who lives in Montreal. A.Y. Jackson.  In memoriam, a profile of the painter who  died earlier this year. Commentary by  Morley Callaghan.  TUESDAY OCT. 15  1:30 pm Arts Review from Vancouver.  8:03 pm CBC Tuesday Night Part 1 The  Old Chevalier from Seven Gothic Tales by  the Danish writer Isak Dinesen, adapted and  read by Maria Corvin. A love story with an  unusual twist. >  Part 11 9 pm Music of Schumann.  10:30 pm Touch the Earth contemporary  folk music ������ host Sylvia Tyson. Tonight an  interview with singer, songwriter Doug  McArthur of Hamilton.  TELEVISION  WEDNESDAY OCT. 9  8 pm The Nature of Things And God  Created Great Whales shows the behavior of  killer whales in the waters around Vancouver Island. Filming was done from two  sailing ships during scientific expeditions  above ��� and below the ocean's surface.  Produced by Roman Bittman.   *  8:30 pm Dreamland A history of Canadian  Movies this special produced jointly by the  Great Canadian Moving Picture Company,  the National Film Board and CBC TV covers  movies made in Canada between 1895 and  1939.  THURSDAY OCT. 10  7:30 British election special.  SATURDAY OCT. 12  11 am CFL Football Winnipeg Blue  Bombers vs Ottawa Rough Riders in Ottawa.  11:40 pm Take Time with Noel Harrison.  New series in which Noel, son pf Rex  Harrison, stars in an informal music variety  Kwatohmoss Film Society  Blue  MONDAY OCT 14  11  am  CFL Football Winnipeg  Bombers vs Hamilton Tiger Cats.  10:30 pm People of Our Time Enough of a  terrible beauty Conor Cruise O'Brien,.  author, former diplomat and now a cabinet  minister in the coalition government of, the  Republic of Ireland, looks at the confusion of  tragic events, and manages to .make plain  their causes, and suggets a key to peace in  Ireland.  Following a report from Aid. Bill Laing at  Tuesday nights's council meeting . the  members agreed to aid in the development of  the Winter Club site.  Laing said he had been at the site and  suggested that since the village owns the  property it would be to its advantage to run  ditching to the_west side of the lot to prevent  flooding at the building site.  The alderman also suggested that council  askthe contractor to remove two stumps still  remaining at the site. The trees are situated  above water lines and there could be some  danger of damage to the lines in removing  the stumps but Laing requested that a village  crew stand by to make any necessary repairs  and that the village incur any expense from  damage.  GIBSONS ���Clint Eastwood is back and  featured in Twilight Theatre's presentation  of Thunderbplt and Lightfoot, Thursday,  Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10-12.  Eastwood plays a minister with a secret  past and is forced into action when George,  Kennedy, out ior revenge Mid re^very of  loot taken and hidden years ago, clashed with  him. Jeff Bridges, who plays Lightfoot and is  Eastwood's young companion, puts on a  credible performance and is even more  impressive than The Last Picture Show. The  film is restricted..  From the action of Eastwood, Bridges and  Kennedy, the Twilight switches over to the  English comedy, Bless This House, starring  Sidney James in the full-length movie version of the popular ty series.  Bless This House will be shown Sunday,  Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 13-15 at 8 p.m. It's  rated general.._. ��� ' ���.  , A break from traditional horror late  shows will be Deep Thrust, a kung fu feature  and Pink Floyd about a rock group musical.  That's a mature double bill starting at 11  p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 13. Expect to get out'  about 2 a.m.  "THUNDERBQLTand I  LIGHTFQOT1  . JOTBHOGES.. GEORGE KENNEDY..-,  <_��5S.  Thurs. Fri. Sat.  Oct. 10, 11, 12  Nude lex scenes, brutality and  coaise language   ���  rw Mcdonald bc dir  USC "GIFT-IN-KIND"  A senior citizen who "used to knit for  many years" now finds it-too difficult, but  remembering hours of pleasant labour sent ���  the USC a generous donation "for wool".  Wool-gathering keeps knitters busy in USC  workgroups from coast to coast. Campaign  target for the USC is $2,275,000; they hope for  $1,000,000 in gifts-in-kind, some of which will  be warm, knitted clothing for overseas.  HAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN: HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  "ypRIZE ���&  By Allan Crane  There was a mixed reaction to Ludwig,  last week's Film Society presentation with  many people finding the film too long and  boring while others found that the sumptuous  visual quality sustained the interest. Certainly, any who saw Visconti's previous film,  Death in Venice, agreed that Ludwig compared unfavorably with that earlier exquisite  film. The story line and dialogue in Ludwig  seemed to some of the audience to be  inadequately .developed, fragmented and  [- 10:03 am. Sunday Supplement host Jim, . insufficient to support afilm of,.almost 2% j great performances in film history playing  *Robert^ttfajo!i& hours duration. :;: "A ,'^trfe part of Blanche Vithrar^'sensitivity,  Such will not be the case with tonight's . whether in agonizing confusion of piteously  feature A Streetcar Named Desire, Ten- pleading, "I don't want realism .. .1 want  nessee Williams' tightly-knit play about a    magic. "Marlon Brando's interpretation of  SUNDAY OCT. 13  9:03 am Sunday Magazine a comprehensive and detailed look at the major  news stories of the week.  Tennessee Williams offered some of the  best dialogue written by an American and  created one of the most tormented and tragic  female roles with A Streetcar Named Desire.  Under the dynamic direction of Elia  Kazan, the film plays on the brave, defiant,  hopeless struggle of the lonely and decaying  southern belle, Blanche duBois, to hold on to  her faded gentility against the heartless  badgering of her brutish brother-in-law.  Vivian Leigh delivers one of the,truly  Hunter and Karl Maiden has us seeing a  picture that throbs with passion and  poignancy.  At the 1951 Academy Awards, A Streetcar  Named Desire walked off with best actress,  best supporting actress, and best supporting  actor.  SDNEV JAMESTWANA COUPlANP-TE1?Pt/ SCOTT  JUNE WHfTFIEU)' PCTEP BUITOWOPTt.  g��    SUlVMCSa^ROMMSfcMTH-aWOl>VM<IMS    (g��  ���atfMIPWtrMPrtlffaM. *BeMO#|rKTn.MC__ p��cn����o<tt_tTIVMtt  GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT  Sun. Mon. Tues.  Oct. 13, 14, 15  LATE SHOW  $m. OCT. 13,11 ?.m.  DEEP THRUST  & PINK FLOYD  MATURE  TWILIGHT THilTElE  Gibsons 886-2827  i  1  US. Teams  '������;"   to :: ���'���'��� ���:  Canadian Teams  i  OOl HALL 109  GIBSONS  Doors open 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Everyone Welcome  No Admission Charge  on the arts and sciences as well as the funnies.  11:03 am GilmourV Albums Columnist  and critic Clyde Gilmour plays a selection of  records from his own collection.  12:03 pm Capital Report analytical  reports from across Canada and around the  world on 'the week's headlines, plus quotes  from domestic dailies. Host Peter Ward.'  1:03 pm B.C. Folio about British  Columbians.  4:30 pm N.H.L. Hockey Toronto Maple  Leafs meet the Bruins in Boston.  9 pm National Arts Orchestra conducted  by Mario Bernardi, Philippe Entremont,  piano. World Premiere, of symphonic per-  spectives-Kingsmere by Charles Wilson,  Medea overture, Cheruljini, Piano Concerto,  Mozart, Czech Suite, Dvorak.  10:30 pm CBC Playhouse Bird Bath by  Leonard Melf i adapted for radio and starring  Toby Tarnow. Directed by Jean Bartels.  MONDAY OCT. 14  9:13 This Country In the Morning Monday  through Friday host Michael Enrlght.  12:10 Radio Noon The farm broadcast  with host Gordon Inglis, consumer and environmental Information.  2:30 pm OH The Record Monday through  Thursday music with Bob Kerr.  3; 30 pm Max Ferguson Show music and  satire.      ,  8; 30 pm Identities host Lubomyr Mikltiuk  7- visits the Finnish community of Nolalu  ncpr Thunder Bay, corner stores In Toronto  owned by Canadians from Germany, Italy  and Fiji. Trlnldadlan playwright John  Kollchnrnn talks about his plays and tho  difficulties of getting his songs on tho  market.  10:30 pm Tlio great Canadian Gold Rush a  special on European rock music with Peter  Goddard nnd a live concert with tlie musical  group Focus.  decaying Southern beauty endeavoring to  cling to the illusions which sustain her.  Williams himself adapted the screenplay  from his stage play. The important  American film and stage director Elia Kazan  directed the film. He is identified with the  advent of the method school of acting and  drama arid is particularly respected as an  "actors' director".  Marlon Brando was a protege of Kazan,  and the archetypal Brando performances In  his    early    career    developed    through  such roles as that of Kowalskl in A Streetcar  Named Desire, and the rampaging 'easy  rider' in The Wild One which can be seen next  Wednesday in the Film Society's program.  Tonight's film dealing, as it does in a  starkly realistic manner' with the  cony  plexltles of neuroses is adult .entertainment  and is not suitable for children. It has been  classified,by the attorney-general's motion  picture classification branch as mature.  The following notes have been contributed  by Keith Wallace.  '^^^k^^mx^-'v^""*"*^^��1  the lead, no less effective than Miss Leigh's,  and the combination of these two along with  excellent supporting roles taken by Kim  is the date of the first annual meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Community Resource Society,  3 PH, SE��HELT EUMENTMY SCHOOL  :..P.- '     : ., , .       .      ', p. , , . '   ���a   _    .__�� $?a -  >-��W  MARLON BRANDO as {Stanley  Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire  to be shown at Film Society tonight.  Transcendental Meditation  as taught by Maharisht Mnhcsh Yogi  Lecture  �� Thursday - 8 PM* Saturday ���  Whitaker House, Sechelt  2-4 PM  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2.472  $  mnmmMmmM*m*n%mmmmmmmmmmMMjRMMMMKMWMMMMMmMMMMMMMttMMMMMMMMftMWMMMMMXMMMNMMMM,1  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ���. Phono "Tiny" Bob for the lowest priced  Residential Fira Insurant Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8i00 p.m., Bingo, navy Legion Building, Sechelt.  EVERY THURS,���8:00 p.pn,, Bingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall.  , EVERY FRIDAY ~ 1 -3 p,m��� Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  Shop. Also first Saturday of each month, 10 a.m, to 12 noo/i  during summor months.     '  THURS, afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Hoal,th Contro, I !30-3|00  EVERY TUESDAY���7:30 p.m, Secholt Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Secholt  Ups 8. Downs) Club, |��ow'members welcome,  EVERY MONDAY���2 p,m, S.C.A, No; 69 Carpot Bowling, Old Legion  Hall, Secholt. , ,  -EVERY THURSDAYr^8'p;m,7 Introductory lecturerTraiisccndtaiMedlt-:'-  atlon as taught by Maharlshl Yogi, Cowrie St., Secholt.  EVERY SATURDAY���2-4 p,m��� Transcondontal Mediation Introduction,  Cowrie St��� Sechelt,  Oct. 15���8 p,m, Selma Park Community Association regular monthly  mooting, Selma Park Community Hall,    7  Oct, 17���1:30 p.rri, Old Loglon Hall, Socholt, Monthly mooting Senior  CltUons Association No, 69  OCT. 10���2r4 p,m.,Glbjons UCW Fall Too and Baiaar, United Church  Hall, Gibsons, Admission 50c Incl, tea,  Oct,  23���0 p,m,  Socholt  Elementary School   1st annual  meeting  of  Sunstyno Coast Resource Society, Everybody welcome.  Oct, 26���2 p,m, Senior Citizens Fall Fair ancl Bazaar, Old Loglon Hall,  .    , . (Sccholt, ,..,,;,7'...    ,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Mttlnp Strvlco  Vancouver  flaal   Estate  Doard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  IS  Fridays oncf Serfurdays  885-9769 and ^85-9811 for Reservations  Cloood Mondays  TUES. & WED. $-11       THURS. a FRI. 6-2  SATURDAYS 6-1 AM.  SUNDAYS 6 'Tit MIDNIGHT  AGENCIES LTD.  - -���f THlEATRE^RE&^^  MOW OPEN FOB LUNCH 11 am - 3 p.m.  0/n/n��_ and Ek&nclng ��� $ I *00 Co vor Ch&rg ��  Now- Playing: mm! TRAIN  BANQUETS - RECEPTIONS . PRIVATE PARTIES - MEETINGS  uiUMiiqjiw'irni1���1�� ��iwTiiii.itMnr^iiTirinn��ii nrrn�� m <ii���niiwniniT~inniiin TT��mnnTn'w ��ii ���nawwrnmiii mm ��� or��� ��� ��� ��� m nw 46 year span  a-   '    *l '  i     ' __,  A span of 46 years was bridged by a  chance meeting between Ellen Douglas of  Gower Point and Mary Pack, the retired  executive director of the B.C. division of  CARS.  It happened at The Arthritis Centre in  Vancouver where Miss Douglas has been on  the intensive care program the past few  weeks being treated for a1 severe flare up of  rheumatoid arthritis. ~  "Mary Pack and I both taught, in the  same school", recalled Miss Douglas as she  streched out on one of the plinths in the  physiotherapy department at The Arthritis  Centre'with her hands .wrapped in layers of  warm wax, swathed in towels to keep in the  soothing heat.  "It was the Kingsway West School, where  Simpson's Sears how stands in Burnaby and  it was back in 1928", she said.  Mary Pack went on to form the arthritis  movement in Canada and her book Never  Surrender, on her work has just been  published.'  Ellen Douglas followed in the footsteps of  her father, a Presbyterian minister, and  studied at the Theological College at  University of Toronto, before taking her  & HOME FURNISHINGS  WASHERS - DRYERS - REFRIGERATORS etc.  FURNITURE - CARPETS & FURNISHINGS  NEW AND LIKE NEW  2143 Kingsway  879-4414  Vancouver, B.C.  V5N 2T4  Kga  !*3EflEwM<-1  ENDER HARBOUR COftiMlTY CLUB   Hi  SPECIAL BINGO  specialized training to India in 1930.  The years flowed away quickly as she  talked with a gleam in her eye about more  than two decades spent in central India,  among aboriginal people, north of Bombay.  It was overnight by train, then 60 miles by  car, to teach teachers in the remote areas.  Often it meant miles on horseback for the  spirited teacher who resides now in the old  family cottage, bought by her parents when  they were first married.  "I had no arthritis in those days", she  added about the disease which has plagued  her off and on through, her busy life, and  eventually sent her home to Canada in 1970.  In Vancouver Miss Douglas is staying at  the Rufus Gibbs Lodge, the home away from  home for patients with arthritis operated by  C.A.R.S.  The days for her are busy, but instead of  doing things for others as was her pattern in  the missionary service, the CARS team is  concentrating its force on her quick  recovery.  It is breakfast at the lodge at 7:30 a.m.,  then exercises in the heated pool at 8:30,  followed by foot and hand exercises, then  back to the lodge by volunteer drivers for  lunch, then a full afternoon of therapy again,  both physiotherapy and occupational  therapy.  One of the sessions that most intrigued ���  her was in the occupational therapy kitchen  where patients are introduced to techniques  and aids which make homemaking easier  and conserve energy.  A happy memory of her teaching career  was recalled which involved a young student  in her elementary classes who went on to  become the doctor of his village.  "I believe all people need is a chance",  said the warm-hearted Sunshine Coast  resident.  And she is making full advantage of every  chance she has at The Arthritis Centre so she  can return before too long to her beloved  family cottage' now her home, to enjoy the  association of many friends and her garden  that bloom so well by the sea.  ��;:;..; Increased Game Prizes  ���V�� iWW.V  Everyone Welcome  How are you going  to chase girls  if you're not  in shape?  ponmiPDcnant  The Canadian movement lor personal litnew  A study ordered by thea Insurance Corporation of British Columbia into auto repair  costs should be ready sometime.in October,  says ICBC yice-president Doujg Scrivener.  Scrivener, acting general manager of the  corporation while Mr. Bortnick is away on  business, said in a statement that the study is  being done by an independent consulting  firm.  "The study was commissioned some time  ago," Scrivener said, "long before the latest  decisions by some body shops to increase  their hourly rate to $16 or $18 from the $l'4  agreed to when Autoplan came into force  March 1."  He said 'the study is a complete investigation into all aspects of auto repair,  and will show whether there is justification,  or not for an increase in rates.  Scrivener said one of the problems ICBC  faced when told by a body shop that the rate  would be increased was that ICBC was not  satisfied that the increase was justified.  "We are not in the body shop business  ourselves," be said. "If a body shop owner  says he needs $18 an hour from ICBC to make  a reasonable profit, we are not sure that the  owner's contention is valid.  "We fell this independent study will give  us this information; if there are problems in  body shop operations, we expect the study  will pinpoint them."  Scrivener said ICBC doesn't plan to stop  with the study. He said findings of the study  will be put to a practical test through ICBC  auto repair research centres, the first of  which will be established in Prince George.  He said the Prince George centre, with  facilities for mechanical repairs in addition  to body shop work, is expected to be  operating early in the new year.  The ICBC vice-president, in a reference to  the threat of increased hourly rates, pointed  out that an agreement was negotiated in good  faith in February between ICBC and the  certified . body shop division of the  Automotive Retailers Association of B.C.  That agreement called for ICBC to pay an  hourly rate of $14, plus an allowance of 10 per  cent for shop material and 25 per cent for  paint supplies.  Since that time, a number of shops have  maintained they cannot operate at the $14  rate. They claim that rising wages and other  cost factors have increased sharply since  then.  In some areas of the province, ICBC has  reverted to the multiple-bid system on  repairs, under, which the insured motorist  obtains two or three estimates from body  shops, submits them to ICBC and then is  directed to a specific shop. -'   "  This system was widely used before  Autoplan was introduced by the govermeht'  and ICBC became the sole insurer of motor  vehicles in B.C. /.  Scrivener said this multiple-bid system  tended to raise the over-all cost of auto '  repairs, because if^a shop made an estimate  but didn't get the job it still had to recover the  cost of the estimator's time.  "There is no question that a flat-rate  agreement between ICBC and.the body shops  works to everybody's advantage,',' Scrivener  ��� said. "The motorist just takes his vehicle to a  claims centre, gets his repair estimate and  then takes his car to the shop of his choice.  He no longer has to traipse around getting an  assortment of estimates, and the body shops  don't have to waste time making estimates  on jobs that might go elsewhere."  Although Scrivener said ICBC is prepared .  to accept the recommendations of the independent consultant's study, he reiterated  that the $14 rate was negotiated in good faith  and said that nowhere in Canada is a higher  rate generally being paid., Body shop hourly  rates across Canada range downward from  $14, he said, to a low of $8.50 in rural  Newfoundland. '  ' -"I don't expect B.C. shops to work for  $8.50," he said, "but if there is a good reason  why they should be charging more than body  shops in Toronto, Montreal or Winnipeg, then  ICBC want to know that reason."  He said ICBC's body repair research  centres, to be staffed by competent body men  and mechanics, under efficient-  management, will provide the corporation  with a practical yardstick on costs.  "I hope that by combining the independent study and our practical experience, we can establish a rate that is fair  and practical, a rate that will give body  shop_. a fair return on their investment and at  the same time give the motorists of British  Columbia good, low-cost service for their  investment in Autoplan."  The Peninsula Times PageB-5  Wednesday, October 9,1974  .  rnitiiiiiiiiihinniniMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiliiitmmnigj  MISS BIB'S I  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wborf Bead - Soclaft - 889-9066  9.0. DOX 213  HellGMihaaCouKs. cards and wrappings.  Pfao-'Baglhli Chios. ca$a and . eoeicore.  Bsatiqaa items, bed artbta poiatingo.  IIIUUIMIIIMIIMItUIMIilMIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIMI  IMDElRAPARli  "IT'S A MIRACLE!"  The popular song could apply to the USC  Miracle_. List, recently released by USC  headquarters. l%c provides a child's midday  meal in Southern Africa; 4c is the price of a  cup of milk to. feed a hungry child in  Bangladesh. A few cents can buy a miracle.  Send for your USC Miracle List! Write to 56  Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B1.  08 Track Stereo Tape  Player with Amplifier  ��Portable Typewriter  ��Mini Calculator  ��Elec. Ice Cream Makers  ��Power fools  oElec. Blankets  ��Elec. Heaters  ��Furnace Filters  ��Storage Cabinets  ��Vacuum Cleaners  ��Elec. Appliances  We cany a full line of  Sherwin-Williams paint  Priced from *&99 gal.  71  ���a  ������    -,VV    '     >���*  \   >*W     1    ��*     '   "  ��I  Q    O '   o  Fill but the coupon 77 7  and qetvour FREE  Beaver Homes  Catalogue and  discount details  TODAY from  A DIVISION OF'BEAVER LUMBER CO, LTD,  aiiimmdnu iii mi riinum iu/i mi.,  P.O. Box' 348,  Surroy, B.C.  Name  Mdreu  t > *  i <  > ��' I ��� t t ��� �� ��  �� i t ( t  I  I  t  �� t i i * * * �� i i  i ��� ��� �� t i �� ��� t i i  i  i  i �� i ��� i  i  I t I  I i  I < i I �� �� * i t (  < t  |  t  ��  �� I �� t i i i i * ��  t '  i  TtWftaf ,,,,,.,,, 0wp#tlro  ,,,,,,,.,   p PIcaki lend me a hwer Howei Brochure  t J Firm itflft �����* �� Pwer Wliwt $mmf 6m*wr#* ���*  11 I f\m to build In 1974,  n I own my omi lot, c*i  Cost of living hike  benefits Mincome  The provincial government will again  pass along the quarterly cost of living increase to all beneficiaries of Mincome, effective October 1.   ,  The increase will be $6.92 per month, and  will mean that maximum monthly Mincome  payments will rise to $228.96 perperson. One  hundred and twenty-seven thousand senior  citizens and handicapped persons in the  province will benefit from the increase.  "The days of senior citizens living on tea'  and toast and the days of the forgotten  handicapped are over in this province," said  the Hon. Norman Levi, "and will always be  over while this government has anything to  say about it. It has always been the policy of  the N��>.P. government-to assist the senior  citizens and the handicapped persons on  fixed incomes to keep pace with the rising  costs due to inflation, and to allow these  people to" live with a sense of independence  and dignity.  This increase will be the fourth since the  Mincome programme was introduced in  1972. Earlier cost of living increases occurred in October, 1973 ($9.02 per month);  April, 1974 ($8.15 per month); and July, 1974  ($4.87 per month). The increase will  represent an additional cost to the province  of $208,000 per month.  Wednesday, October 9,1974  The Peninsula Times  Page A-6  LOWERING THE BOOM One simple to   your   work   area.   Inexperienced  rule could have prevented the accident machine operators should work away  about to happen: always know where from others, and inexperienced workers  heavy machinery is moving, in relation should avoid dangerous machines.'  pwwtttwtw^mtmtMwuuimin^nwm^wtwn  �� '  1  and  i  i -  I T<#. (if  Sechelt  Closed Saturday, October 12  for thanksgiving Day Holiday.  Resume Normal Hours, Tuesday, Oct. 15  I  Basset  be  gngggl  'zOcmsiMmBdm^mami  \  Cowrie Street  71;.''.  .  .��">l,'  Sechelt  Phone 885-9551  P.O. Box 375  !  i  1  :  per annum  Calculated on Minimum Monthly Balances of $500 or more  Paid June 30 and Dec. 31  (INVESTMENT-SAVINGS - CHEQUING)  Deposits or Withdrawal my. time  ,  NoCUargcs;  i     i ��� ���  ��� (   , i  Full Chequing Privileges  Nominal Service Charge  !  ! i  No Extra Charge  Statements and Paid Cheques  Returned iohthly  *  90 DAYS    Minimum $5000.00  180- DAYS   Minimum $1000.00  i   i .'   ,'  Minimum $1000.00  10%% per annum  9 /% % P��r annum.  %pcr��nm.n.  OFFICE  s  Tuesday to Saturday........ 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Closed Mondny<.  Bonnie  Bqi/ods  No. 6  By Margaret Jones  On the hill abune the harbour     7  By the watters o' Howe Sound,  In   the    heart   6'7 doon-toon    Gibsons,  That's whaur Molly's Reach is found.  A' the visitors tak pictures,  And the crowds stand by and stare,  When the cameras are rollin'  And_the Beachcombers are there.  It's a favourite T.V. program  That is made by CBC,  Watched in harries across the country  And in lands across the sea.    ,  At the Reach abune the harbour,  There's an office up the stair,  If you would work as an 'extra'  Ye maun put your name doon there.  'Twas a braw day In September  When I chanced tae wander by;  'Could ye use anither extra?'  'Aye' the young lad did reply.  'We will'need some for next Thursday,  Mony, mony will we need.  Wear a muckle winter jaiket,  Mitts, and toque upon your held.'  On that cauld September mornin',  By the watters o' Howe Sound,  On the hill abune the harbour,  A' the company gathered round:  Then we lowped aboard a vessel���  'Twos a barge wi1 lota of seats���  And wo floated ower tlio watter  Tae the bonnie Isle of Keats,  Ower and ower and ower and ower,  Mony different views are shot;  Through tho long hoors o' rehearsal,  , flka ane maun mind hla spot,  Even wlicn tho sun Is bhwhV,  Dn tho set wo maun 'Think cold',  Por the story they aro filmln'  In midwinter does unfold.   ,  Ower nndOwor���*It's n rehearsal',  Then tho call comes 'It's a take I' (  *Ypry*qulo.tijip.w^^  Quiet for the acton' sake. |     ,  Oh, what ncvcr-cndln' pntlcnco,  What unfallln'courtesy]  Nae hnrsh''Word&7 and nno expletive  Through that lonu and tryln* day 1  Ono wco lnddlo, tired o' actln',  Pell asleep doon on a float;  Thero ho was made comfortable,  Happlt In a borrowed coot.  /Vs wo floated ower Uio, watter,  Whon tlio two days wark wan dono,  Vountf folk, nuld folk, ayo and balrnlcs  A' agreed that lt was fun.  y  Though Lcanna tell,tho Rtory,��� ���������.y ...  There's a rumour Uiat I heard:  Watch tho Christmas sliow this winter  On December twenty third,  MAINTENANCE CHECKS  The Canadian Farm and Industrial  Equipment Institute recommends daily  maintenance checks on farm machinery for  increased reliability and safety. Refuel only  when the engine is shut off and cool. Open  radiator cap slowly when engine is hot.  Check oil levels, tire inflation and hydraulic  systems regularly.  TO ALL OFFICE. EMPLOYER'  (Present & Future)  Elphinstone Secondary Commercial Department wishes to help  you either by introducing you to new machines or by helping you  improve your skills with present machines.  The machines that you can learn to operate at Elphinstone are:  ��� Electric typewriter  ��� Calculator (10 key, Marchant, Munro Comptometer, Victor)  ��� Gestetner  ��� Spirit Duplicator  ��� Off-Set Printer  ��� Gestefax  ��� Photo Copier  For further information, please contact Mr, D. L. Montgomery,  Principal.  Principal  m  BOX 718, SECHELT. B.C.  i  Qp��asia^",fii;^^  GOOD USED CARS  AND TRUCKS,  TRAILERS, etc.  PHONE: 885-2151  OR 886-2848  I  RENTALS  r&^.&.9,&!ammW��31iJl2��iygX  Please be informed that the above mentioned company intends  to apply for an increase in their charter pass, tariff rates. This application is subject TO CONSENT OF THE MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION AND ANY OBJECTIONS MAY BE FILED WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT OF MOTOR- CARRIERS, MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION,  VANCOUVER B.C. within 2 weeks of this notice.  DATED THIS 9th DAY OF OCTOBER7 1974.  dfftyiidS Holdings Ltd-:  DBA Sechelt Taxi  , Pres.  Maybe you arc ono of tho people who  really believe 'that some advertisers  7 deliberately set out to drive you stark   7  raving bonkers, lylaybe you've Oven  heard that some advertisers operate on tho  principle that irritating advertising works  just as effectively as good, interesting, imag-  ' illative advertising.   ���   , '  Well, it isn't so. Hvery advertising        "x  message is designed for certain reasons, ,���  ^L>crhi\ps..it.Js.uunakc.aJ,oi;,oCpc.oi)lc��^,^��.^  aware of one specific point. Or to make a  select few appreciate several important ,  'facts.Tho advertiser knows to wlwin he  wants to talk and, presumably, ho knows  HANDICAPPED VETEHAN HELPS  A unique contribution recently arrived nt  USC headquarters, A quadrnpleglc veteran  who pnlntfl wUh a brush In his mouth  received payment for a picture, but Rent Uio  money to tho USC, Polio victims who cannot  walk will benefit from hla generosity,  hoyv to talk to those people, jf his message  seems completely ridiculous to,you, it  could be because ypu are not one of the  people he is hoping will buy liis product  or service.    .,  That's not always the case, of course.  On the other hand, you may seo just as  many advertisements you think are  perfectly delightful-but they may not  make you in the least interested in  iNWing.what,daeyjirc,se]liu^^  Advertisers never intentionally, sot out  to annoy, Anil oven the advertising you  hate most is almost certain to be unite acceptable to a lot of other people.  Still, is thero something you can do  ,  about advertising you really can't stand?  ('crtainly, Hut wliat you tit? depends  on why you don't like ir,  If it's just that you personally dislike the  person or persons involved, you might  just as well ignore it,  If you think the advertising is in bad  taste or is an insult to your intelligence,  , write and tell the advertiser, so. I le carei.  If you really think someone js getting  away with false or misleading advertising,-  wri(etons,Wecaro,  Hut if you don't like a company's  advertising, yet aren't really offended by it,  I here's still one very effeotivo way to deal  w it hi I: just. < Ii )i i'i hi ly 11 io prod net, W hen  silos go down, advertising is ono of tlie  first things a company looks at as a jxissible  reason.  Advertising is, after all, only.a means for  a company to tell you about a product  or service they want you to/buy...  Advertising; It lots you make a choice.  This advertisement is one ofa series  created by,volunteer advertising agencies for  the Canadian Advertising'Advisory Hoard,  CAAH, representing advertisers, agencies and  media, serves as the all-industry link with  government and the consumer public.  IT LET'S YOU MAKE A  CHOICE. n  ryp  7t��y-";--\ .  c./irt. <7->y Z'^y-    ������������>>'-' .&  r" J *     . ' -���������  a, ..-��'t.  "    *��_ Ik  ���      .1  -,     ��� it ���  3 K J $  ' I  J  ^  1 !5r < ��'  dW**  KING NEPTUNE STATUE and fountain opposite main entry to Poppel home.  EILEEN    POPPEL    at    piano    in   livingroom of their Langdale home.  Built oi brownstone, dolomite ...  Hw-7y 7 l *-m  W>7'!. �� V1, Sp  '' n'^li  l"' <>ii;7l'}'(     ''  '  Editor's note: This is another in a series of directly opposite the main entrance to the which   hang here,. done by B.C artists.  articles dealing with gracious living and formally appointed house. Closet doors along one side of this hallway  comfortable homes on the Sunshine Coast.        The massive living room with walls and also feature a distinctly native touch with  The article was written by Joan Proctor and window valances of African rosewood has a their carved dogwood motifs.  photographs by Dick Proctor. unique double fireplace of white dolomite In the master suite, with it's white marble  weighting 40  tons with polished Italian fireplace, white and gold French furniture,  LANGDALE���Tlie   spectacular   vista   of marble hearth. Gold velvet sofas with accent round bed with custom headboard of. tufted  ry" ~~'    Georgia Strait, mountains and islands, seen chairs and cushions of purple velvet are set purple velvet is set off by silver and lavender  ... W|W^KS     through floor to ceiling windows of the Mike off by white carpeting and stylized Spanish foil wallcoverings. The same tones'are found,  v^T*y<^7 t!     PoPPel home> would be enough to delight plaster ceilings with dark beams. A nice in the floral-sprigged draperies and bed--  ^fpff&y ;' ���-?7 yy\] .1     most of us. By the home itself, designed and counterpoint in the otherwise formal room spread. A nice contrast are the azalea pink  1I$S'77 ':     . 777 731     contracted by Mr. Poppel and decorated by are contemporary metal sculptures which' velvet chairs, each side of the fireplace. A  his wife, Eileen, is in itself breath-taking. decorate the walls and fireplace. pair of pictures from the Orient, executed in  Built of brownstone quarried on the site        Plumtone shag carpeting and velvet- mother-of-pearl    flank,    Mrs.    Poppel's  and white dolomite, the 6,800 square-foot swagged  draperies  in  the  same   shade dresser.  home with double cedar shake gull-wing roof enhance the dining room with it's flocked The/" ensuite bathroom has a sunken tub  is approached through a park-like setting of velvet wallpaper and heavy Mediterranean and countertops of white Italian marble set  <    beautifully landscaped grounds. furniture. off beautifully by soft grey and white tiles  A fountain with a statue of King Neptune        Teakwood walls in the gallery hall form a ��dso from Italy ,and P0^ and lavender  in it's center is cut into the rocky hillside rich background for the many paintings accents.  Encasing the southern side of the house '  are 4,000 square feet of decks with hand-  wrought railings of white iron which in some ���  instances have been built around the arbutus  trees. A birds-eye view of the blue and white  mosaic tiled free-form swimming pool and.  beyond that the distant B.C..Ferry slip and  sparkling waters of the Bay can be seen from  these decks.  The recreation or "fun room" as Mrs.  Poppel calls it, is reached by a purple car*  peted curving staircase from the main entry  hall. The same carpeting flows into the large  room -with; It's V White yelvet upholstered  furnishings sparked with accents of lavender; The vast fireplace with grey polished  marble hearth Is played against used brick  on the window wall. A hibiscus tree growing  in a pot near the window has blooms picked  up in the color of a chair upholstered in  bright orange crushed velvet. A baby grand  piano like Its larger counterpart' in the upstairs living room, is played by Mrs. Poppel.  The card room, billiard room and bar with  adjoining wine cellar are richly appointed in  masculine tones and textures of leather and  wood. The feature wall of rough-cut stone is,  set off by a fireplace with an interesting nood  of hammered copper flanked on either side  by caldelabra brought from a castle in Spain.  Unfortunately space doesn't allow us to  describe other equally Interesting rooms in  this home which from the rear of the lot  proyldcs complete privacy, while the  openness and sweeping views from each of  tho rooms facing, the ocean gives one a  fooling of complete communion with nature.  lL-j;i> V* ��?������-���'  tf. y '*"  A I v ���    ���  v.       -:    n - '  ���iA      ���        "J       '   * I  Xw P'\ v'  }! /><*!  i> t> t  <   '   �� >\W       '  v*%.  fffm*rtniiii i ��' ��  SJ  t     v  *_r.l,     ,    j  >'"  ENSUITE BATHROOM of white Italian marble and tile.  FORMAL DINING ROOM has plum-colored velvet draperies.  i f' //Ski, |^v,     '"/^i*- '.&} N.i  ��� ',. ��� ��� >;** 7-;v-> -��� ������iiWM^  "T, 0-        rjv ���   ��        -, ��j('  A  '0  #  ���^ ^.>J  !��1*'|P��      |   . ���M  1| a  -��������W1S!  *       ���:���������      >:     ������������?"   a ;��^---7..'-     ���  ��� .������"-:.-: :r- .77|f^^7.fiH-a7''. V I  7y-^ ���^'*'7&/'Ps^#<^&L_JsL ������  ���   -*v.i   4\ ��� .** C^��   ������*���    , '. ^   !ii��V-'-'*        .-7  T"^  -7^,"��-*/'y���-a-"-^.. ; !!&-.%'.' \'#    '* '"  It.pt*^1   A MA   ^*a**��-**        M,       tal  ���-<c��J.  ������   .7 A ^.  �� ��� '**    . *  I ���      _ *l>      ���!   ���  t  ��� w��ha<    i     �� V      * i - I fc     !_���        _  ^ J    '. .__  R.C, FERRIES Lnngdolo tcrmlnnl as ficcn from upper deck of Poppel houso,  KITCHEN IS WELL appointed nnd features used brick wall ond dark wooden cnblncta.  ���     i '    Y     '  I       I Happenings around the Harbour  So long, Kathleen.  You and your big laughing bear of a  husband will be sorely missed by all who  know you. I hope I can live up to the nice  things you said about me in your final  column. It will be a hard act to follow. I  certainly will do my best and hope the  readers will accept me as they did you. I  don't have to tell you the door, to the "wee  house" is always open to the Yulls.  Perhaps we may see., a column of  Kathleen's in one of the Vancouver-area  newspapers sometime in the future.  Here in Madeira Park concern is being  expressed about the shortage of help for the  activities held in the Community Centre. I'm  toid that bingo callers and kitchen help would  be welcomed with open arms. Volunteers are  also needed to supervise roller skating  evenings for the local youth. If you can help,  please phone Jock Hermon,at 883-2745.  Local school teacher Brent Rees says that  the father and son floor hockey nights will  commence on Tuesday, Oct. 15. It is from 7-9  pm in the gym of the elementary school and  believe me, it's lots of fun. For the love of  . Mike though, how about some more fathers?  It seems to me that we are lucky to get five or  six fathers to play with what seems to be a  million kids! Try it ��� you'll like it.  The happiness in the kids' faces will make  it well worth your, time and effort. Besides,  the fathers are looking for a new goalie. (Can  I help it if the kids score so many goals  against me?  Chief Barry Wilbee of the Pender Harbour  Volunteer Fire Department was delighted  with the results of the blood donors clinic  held in the Madeira Park Elementary School  on Thursday, Sept. 26. Ninety-one generous  people showed up. to give the "gift-of life."  I'm sure the Red Cross, co-sponsors of the  clinic with the fire department, were equally  delighted. The fire department members and  their wives were on hand to help organize the  event and pass out cookies and drinks to the  donors. Thanks go to the local stores who  advertised the event and to the ever-popular  Mr. Kelly who offered one of his famous hot-  dogs to all who donated. Well done, Pender  Harbour. Preparation on the Pender Harbour firemen fireworks display has been  under way for many months now and  Halloween 1974 should see an even more  spectacular display than last year.  While I'm on the subject of fire department news', here is another item. The new  fire hall under construction in Garden Bay  should be completed by the end of October.  Pm told by the fire chief Larry Clayton that  with the greatly improved facilities almost  completed, the fire department is considering the purchase of a pumper truck to  augment their present equipment. Larry  adds that local people are urgently needed to  train as firemen. The need for more volunteers arises from the fact that in the busy  summer months some of, the present  volunteers have to leave to earn their living  fishing, thus leaving the department short  handed.  I'd like to say something about the sudden  weather change, but this is a family  newspaper, so I won't. Suffice to say that I've  retired my barbecue and am thinking of  buying woolen long-johns. Ugh!  You won't believe the trouble I had getting this column ready. I wrote it out in  longhand and when my wife started to type it  we found the typewriter reluctant to do the  job. Darned if I know why, it is an Underwood and is only 39 years old. They sure  don't make things to last these days, do they?  After an unequal struggle with it, during  which we found an old swizzle stick jammed  in the works, I gave up and phoned for help.  Good friend, Alice Fletcher came to the  rescue with a modern portable and saved the  day.,Thanks Alice, much it was appreciated.  Say, have you noticed the flocks of wild  geese heading, south recently? I saw two  large flocks the other day and a friend of  By Jock Bachop 883-9056 '  mine says he thinks the . migration _has_  started earlier thanit did last year. Could be,.  but all I could think of as I watched them fly  and honk their way overhead, was that I was  once  again  witnessing  one  of  nature's  wonders. What a magnificent sight!  In conclusion.  My wife and I settled in Madeira Park in  late June of last year and fell in love with the  area and its friendly people immediately.  Previous visits had been confined to a  number of weekends over the past few years  when we stayed with good friends. We had  often1 thought of giving up city life and  moving here and we are glad we did.  I am delighted'to be your new voice in the  Peninsula Times and am hoping to hear from  any of you readers who have something of  interest to say.Y7  SECHELT,���Sechelt village has a new clerk  He is Tom Woods, 50, clerk for the past 10  years of the village of Valemount north of  Kamloops.  Woods replaces Neil Sutherland, clerk  since February 1973, who has resigned and is  taking a position in private business in  Chetwynd.  Woods will take up his new post Nov. 1.  Sutherland has agreed to remain in the  position until that time.  HATHA YOGA  To most people, Hatha Yoga means just  another form of exercise. Actually, the  exercises, or "asanas", are the third of eight  steps. The first two steps deal with strength  of character;the asanas with the strength-of  discipline of the body. The fourth step, or  pranayama, is the art of breathing.  Combining the breathing with posture  brings positive results, by both stimulating  the glands as well as oiling the joints. The  breath brings fresh oxygen into the blood,  thereby feeding the nerve centers. This helps  the reproduction of the constantly dying cells  of the body.  Most people have some problem with  their structure in one form or another. By  exercising these weak areas to make them  strong again, one begins to understand the  feeling of good health and, in attaining this,  enjoys a sense of well-being.  Those who find their interest in yoga  philosophy deepening, will discover that the  last four stages deal with the study of the  mind; a study which, when coupled with the  first steps, can become most rewarding.  Why not send a Thanksgiving card to  someone dear, there must be a name or two  coming into your thoughts when you count  your blessings. Miss Bee's-Sechelt.  PageB-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 9,1974  pmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiimiiiifi  I      INSTALLED & SERVICED  3  |       Repairs, new carpet sales,  |  installation. 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