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 ^ W N-* j^-y<���l^-.V~*y  K^^y^^jr*j^^��<irv^Jr&l)*&'i��  ���<>*>V#><  *5W  j't,-_*   , *���    *,t     Y(" .,,     ..--y '7*      ' ���. ..j*.'.       - Y" '        * -. *       '*     ',* ... YY-*' ' - <-�����. '* .    v '      i \   .*  i  i  i  r  SEP 5 raro  Heavy rote , -�� .  Best Canadian Crayhisladastrjks Ltd.,  l60Er-9est 9th-Ave-. ��^g3SSS^   -  - * .itegitfratjon-No; I M2  Vancouver, 9 # E*c.   ;^v '* "        ALTHOUGH HDP and Liberals candidates dropped like nine-pins during  the provincial elections, things were a  little tense at Social Credit headquarters  in Powell River until the following day  when it was finally announced that incumbent Isabel Dawson was returned to office.  While NDP candidates throughout the  province waxed loud and long in their  condemnation of the Bennett Government,  Don Lockstead of Texada Island, NDP  candidate for Mackenzie riding worked  quietly and sincerely building for himself  substantial support. Consequence being  that Mrs. Dawson encountered stiff competition during the final count and while  she trailed for a short time her success  was decided by the Sunshine Coast vote,  greatest support coming from Secheit.  Final results show Dawson 5,336, Lockstead 5,125 and Forrest the Liberal 1,214.  This compared to last election in 1966  shows a substantial increase in turnout and  1966 figures were: Dawson 4682, Dent  NDP 3,376 and Benner Liberal 820.  According to one report, Don Lockstead  had said he would not concede defeat until absentee votes were in and counted,  i these favored the NDP in the 1966 election. However, with a present majority  of 211 it seems a forgone conclusion Mrs.  Dawson is in.  [Eligible voters totalled approximately  17,485 qf which about t-vro-thirds cast their  vote.  In SecheH one eager beaver NDP supporter, his auto festooned with NDP stickers, in his bid to ferry voters to the polls  and to make sure they knew just what to  do, made a nuisance of himself and had  to be warned off. On the whole, however,  there   were   very   few   trouble   makers  throughout the riding.  Local results and voting throughout the  riding .are as follows*.  Election results by polling staiion  Serving the "Sunshine Coast,;iHowe,5pund,tb j&ryH Inlet}, including Port Mellon,.Hoprkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  yiM.-.- c-c-k  Sc1-~a Pc^ Seefre'*-, ziglfmnha Bov. Spttp*. Tftvu  Pendo*- W0r>��ljr-Mod��iF-a'i)nF*'''V''eindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.  2nd Class Moil'  Volume 6. No. -40        . 10c  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1969  ��� 19G9 -  SCNDP  54   75  171 136  1     5  13   47  4     2  Station  Bella Bella  Bella Coola  Nelson Island  Blubber Bay  Bute Inlet  Cranberry Lake 246 320  Egmont 43   24  Firvale 7     6  Gambler Island * 19   12  Gibson's Landing 615 611 181  Gillies Bay 142   97   18  Hagensborg 67   53  Edgehill 78 111  Halfmoon Bay     96   65  Irvines Landing   56   46  Jervis Inlet  Kingcome Inlet  Lang Bay  Lund  Smith Inlet  Seymour Inlet  Minstrel Island  Namu  Sullivan Bay  Ocean Falls  Madeira Park  Pont Mellon  Port Neville  Powell River  Refuge Cove  Robert's Creek  Savary Island  Secheit  Saltery Bay.    .  Thurlow Islands  Simoon Sound  Southview  2     1  6     2  237 177  38   33  4  0  9  27  9  0  0  12  19,  4  174 206  124 138  22   58  4 8  284 303  3 8  181 170  6     1  429 262 125  10  1  13  26  29  14  11  21.  5  15  44  22  36  4  SUPPLEMENT  Next issue of The Times, September  10, will carry a special supplement of interest to hunters and sportsmen. .This will  prove of great interest to outdoorsmen so  make sure of your copy of next week's  Times.  BIG BANG  Secheit and West Secheit residents  may be prepared for what might prove to  be a .loud explosion sometime before noon  this Saturday, September 6. A water development project is under way on Trail  Island and Mr. Lloyd Emerson of Water  Surveys Ltd..states he will be,setting off  a heavy blast of -��00 lb$. of dymamite at  one shot., Smaller blasts are "expected to  4oll_>w hvtzsriiX'ps quite light. ��� .,_. ' "  Pleasure craft stinks  six have lucky escape  SIX MEMBERS of an Oregon family were  saved from tragedy early last week  when they were spotted floundering in  the waters out from Trail Islands after  ' their 36-foot pleasure craft struck a log  and sank- ,  ���Mr. and Mrs, JimEllett of Dallies,  Oregon, together with their four children,  were cruising in local waters when the  mishap occurred, The vessel sank almost  at onoe leaving all six with nothing more  , than' their clothes and life jackets.  1 Making sure they would not drift  apart, Mr. Ellett made frequent attempts  to, attract the attention of other craft passing some distance away. Unfortunately  they were not seen until spotted two hours  later by Mr. William Adshead of Vancouver from his motor vessel the "Mer-  mac." '  Mr. Adshead immediately pulled them  aboard and rushed them to Secret Cove  from where they were taken to St. Mary's  hospital for a check-up and treatment for  some exposure.  Some' hours  later  and   still   a   little  shocked, the family was flown by Tyee  ��� Airways of Secheit to Everett, -Washing-  , tyn. where ithe vessel had been hired from.  Sinking occurred at about 7:30 am.  Stillwater  Stuart Island  Toba Inlet  Vananda 145 109  Rivers Inlet 10   11  Westview 914 891  Wildwopd , 207 292  Wilson Creek ��� 141 - 71  Hopkins Landing 97 69  Phillips Arm *. b 0"  Hardwicke Island 6 2  South Beniinck 11 12'  Loughborough  ��� Inlet u     0     *)  Grief Point  TOTAI_S  - >  At West Secheit  Building Inspector forces  frailer foundations issue  v  f  i  **.-.  ���e  v��    3l  **��� V           , ��  1  '   ���      >    ��  _r  REGIONAL Board Building Inspector  Fred Reyburn was alleged to have insisted that a full concrete slab foundation  be constructed before a permit will be  granted a local teacher to reside in an  attractive mobile home on a temporary  basis at West Secheit  Situation was brought to light at last  meeting of the Regional Board when the  ��� teacher, a new arrival from California,  told the Board she had encountered difficulties in obtaining acconirnbdation and in  order to overcome the problem has purchased a quality mobile home. In order  to comply with regulations she had applied  for a permit to Mr. Reyburn who informed her she would have to first obtain septic tank approval. Having obtained this  she felt 'the way was paved for her to  move into the trailer with her two young  children The trailer is on what was considered to be adequate foundations but a  subsequent letter from Reyburn informed  her she has violated the Bylaw.  Mr. B. J. Frigon of West SecheH who  has given temporary permission for the  trailer on his property, told the Board he  intends building later. Should he be  forced to go to the expense of a concrete  slab house foundation for the trailer, it  will mean having to bulldoze it up when  he is ready to build his own house. He  explained that such a foundation would  be of no use to his proposed home. Further, curtains will be added to the bottom  of the mobile home thus making it look  quite attractive. It was also argued that  to enforce house foundations for a  ten$ri  porary mobile home is unreasonable.      rgl  Chairman  Lome  Wolverton  said  tbja  Bylaw does not necessarily restrict appear!-*  ances but is mainly used as a safety factor for sound building.  Director   Cliff  Gilker   suggested  the  matter be taken under consideration by  376 331 102  5336 51251214 4682 3376 820  Advance polls: SC NDP  Gibsons 44      47  Bella Bella      5        8  Bella Coola  -  13 28  Powell-River         92      95  L  17  3  2  22  VJi i* ni&r  ..,_-_.,__. _ ,-.���-,_.,_.-.(_.  First Spring Salmon to win ike Selma  Reach FisMng. Derby wasv~a sl^ek\14  pounder caugjht-by Mr. Gordon. Head.  O&er. mrmsglsSk, .say~i_i��-�����j*_er��.5,-  were aty Cofi$&;. Gordon .is tfce fifjli  Holder of ike perpetual -facrfh^jdo-  nated by-Mri Jim EdwaitLs_ ; . ,'.y;  :FUst phase figures  -Roving dogs  agac  pose problem for- collector  AT LAST meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board, Friday, August 29,  Director Cliff Gilker stated he had noticed many residents along the highway  were putting out refuse for pick-up in  plastic bags. These, he said, appeared to  be quite effective and suggested the public be informed that they are acceptable.  Secretary Treasurer Charles Gooding ,  pointed out that unfortunately there have  already been problems created by dogs  ripping the bags open thereby scattering  garbage over a wide area. He said main  problem appears to be reluctance of people to purchase proper containers. Further a certain amount of indiscriminate  dumping appears lo be still taking place.  Director Frank West said people  should be given time to obtain proper  cans, at the present lime the contractor is  having to put in long hours collecting  but once residents become aware of what  is required, his job will prove easier.  Mr. Gooding, regarding indiscriminate  dumping "probably once Secheit has a  proper pick-up sendee much of it will  cease." He was told by Director Swain  "we already have a service, I don't know  how efficient it is but I do know that the  road to the Regional dump is in terrible  condition."  Director West agreed the road  does  pose problems and 'stated tha time -will  come when it will be neccessary lo find  ���*oo Page 3  Leaders badly needed  f(ft:tW0^  SECHELT Brownies and Guides will be  operating this'fall but due to the lack  of leaders, Wilson Creek Brownie Pack  and the 2nd .Secheit Brownie Pack have  had to .postpone opening. Helpers are  available but leaders are badly needed.  Anyone wishing to learn how they can  help to keep the-Brownie packs operating  should attend the Ladies Auxiliary meeting at the home of Mrs. Dianne Benner at  Selma Park on Wednesday, September 30  at 8 p.m.  ��� ��� First' meeting of the 1st Secheit Brownies will be held,after, school on Tuesday.  September 9 ih ��� St! Hilda's Anglican  Church Hall , Brown Owl requests that  all. mothers attend with their daughters,  for registration on that day.  :-First--SecheH Guide Company meeting  will be held at 7 p!mi in St. Hilda's Church  Hall on Tuesday, September 16. There is  no need for mothers to attend this meeting.  WHILE dignite regarding ownership of  ' the Secheit Waterworks is still in the  hands ol? the lawyers, the Sunshine Coast  Begional"' District; which claims to have  "7"!3Sfg-*aiy4a-ipf^^ price  /demanded * by the Secheit Waterworks  Company, intends oroceeding with development plans: n  First phase of the project will include '  the unserviced area between Davis Bay  and Gibsons. Cost of this project could  cost' in the region of half million dollars  with materials, construction and supervision. .  At last meeting of-the Regional Board  last; "Friday August 29 it was agree to ac-  , cept ��� r^oiiimeihdation that Mr.' Dixon,' formerly bf Hope, be employed as Works .  Superintendent' at a salary of $800 monthly! to7s1^rt.;His; first job;wttl be super-  Visor of the water system project. It was  also agreed, in the recommendation of  Director-Frank W>st, tkat his.moving expenses be paid.  Total of thirty applicants applied for  the position, these were reviewed by engineers Dayton and Knight, who, it  seems, knew some of the applicants,'Short  list resulted in seven from whom four  were selected for an interview. Ope of  these cancelled out before the interview.  Public seating capacity at the meeting  was filled with contractors pnd representatives who were present for opening of '  tenders relating to the water extension  project.  Seven tenders were received for the  supplying of pipes, most were for asbestos cement, others cast iron, and ranged  from a lovir of $167,202 to a high of $266,-  262. They were; Mitsubishi $167,202: John  Manvillp $171,588: Ironco Products.$173,-  Atlas Asbestos $187,012; John Davjd-  $245,212: Stanton Pipes $248,076:  $200,262;  Pilose one installation brought forth  ���nders ranging from $109,713 to a  $3-5.034', An outstanding varla-  which raised chuckles from contrac  tors present  Prior to reading these latter tenders,  Secretary Treasurer Charles Gooding explained that each tender included an al-  the planning committee. Secheit Mayor,  and Board Director, Bill Swain expressed  the view that as the mobile home will be  required for only ten months he saw no  reason why it should not be settled right  then, he said he could see nothing wrong  in it.  * The Chairman suggested perhaps the  committee should first inspect the site, he  ���see page 3  First Fall meeting  Secheit Hod & Gun  SECHELT Rod and Gun Club is holding  its first fall meeting Thursday, September 11 at 8 p.m. in the Wilson Creek  clubhouse. Even more ladies are lined up  to participate in shooting competitiens this  year and Junior activities will be resuming in the near future.  The Club is planning a big shoot for  the Fall, with handgun, 22 rifle, large bore  rifle and shotgun competition and it is  hoped that people will enter across the  board m all events. Date will be announced when final arrangements are  made.  There has been keen interest also from  both Gibsons and Secheit clubs in arranging a Fire Arms Training Course for instructors. Eight members from each club  have put in applications and the course  is just awaiting an instructor. This program is sponsored by. the Provincial Government Fish and Wildlife Branch. Ultimate aim is to provide course of instruction for those applying for a fire-arms  licence  Junior trophy winners  in golfing tournament  FIRST Junior Development Tournament  at the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club has terminated a successful  season for young golfers in the area. Total  participation in the event included twenty boys and six girls.  Winners of the Uncle Mick's Trophies  were Denise Dombrowski and Martin  Swan, each with a low net of 43. Runneis  up were; Girls low gross, Susan Johnson.  Boys low gross, Billy Sneddon. Junior  low   net.  Davis   Newtonl  2nd  low net.  ternat* figure. They_were:,IL. A- B&T��~A. -.Elgm?,McKenzie- and Ron White  $109,713 with the same figure ftfr alter-'  nate B. H. P. Contractu^ A���$191,788, B���  $187,116. Hoymac-Contracton. A���$198,209  with the same amount for B. Jacobson  Plumbing and Heating A���$205,079, same  amount for B. Interior Contraction A���  $219,703 B���$226,798. Clayton Contractors  A���$239,578, B���$227,897. Lucaya Development A���$274,660, B���Same figure.  Dora Contracting A���$310,428, B���$315,-  034.  Board engineer was present and took  the tenders with him for study regarding  materials proposed etc.  It was suggested the engineers recommendations be submitted before this Friday when a ��� special committee meeting  will be held and a decision arrived at as  to contractor.  Pj-esecSatioi. bYtrophies date lo b\ announced later.      - "' '  Thanks and congratulations, for their  endeavors in assisting the young golfers  is expressed by the executive to Club  Pro. Roy Taylor, Ed Mclllwaine, Don  Sleep and Stan McKenzie all of whom  comprised the Development committee.  Thanks are also expressed to Super Valu  for providing hot-dogs and pop which all  helped success of the day.  JUVENILE SOCCER  Sunshine Coast Juvenile Soccer Association will hold a meeting next Sunday,  September 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gibsons  Athletic Hall. Everyone interested in promotion of juvenile soccer on ithe Coast is  urged to attend. I  Extensive damage  Low-bed vehicle eras]  attributed to speeding  Annual event  PLEADING not guilty to a charge of driving without due care and attention following an aoddent near Halfmoon Bay  last June 16, Terry Mangus of the Vancouver area told Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last week in Secheit court he attributed the mishap to a mechanical dt*-,  feet on his heavy trailer truck.  Police officer George Humphry told thc  court he had investigated the incident the  morning follpwing and discovered the low-  bed vehicle loaded with heavy timbers had  gone out *4 control while proceeding toward Halfmoon Bay. Tire marks showed  it had gone about" 80 feet along the r.oft  Lost Weekend  "See B.C. Coast the Arrawac Way." 1he vessel struck a rock off Keats Is- was taken off during thc night by an  advises U.e boat charter firm in Van- land during a low tide of .3 last Fri- Arrawac freight boat. No one was m-  cotiver   wtiich   rents   out   Arrawac day at about 2:30 p.m.   The veswl iured and many passing small txiats  bonis. Tlie ten-member party of tliis pt.]Jed in clow to thc shoreline off the helped by taking off equipment w-  52 fi. Arrawac !iad p.c.itV of time to Muff in Gibsons and at Jaigb tick. v��m eluding countless nautical chart*.  study' this particular section When almost completely   submerged.    It  SEVENTY-THREK eager fishermen rome  early fix.m their beds * last Sunday  mornimg to t��,ke part, in the annual Sehru.  Reach fishing derb;. and between them  they munuR��d to coax twenty-one salmon  fi-om the deep,  Winning fi*h wis u 14 lb. spring salmon  caught by Mr, Gordon Head at 7:30 a.m,  nnd Gordon wasn't giving away any  pecretR as he' accepted the trophy from  Mr. Jim Edwards. Perpetual ��� trophj* was  first awarded in 1965 to Jim Enable*)" who  crofttet ��n eighteen pcn*��d 3 ��ntw?e ��!*����*-;  Bill Static In 1966 18 H.,��i, - 4 oar,.); l>orot.hy  Richardson. 19(57 .9 lbs. - a oz.'); Charlie  Foster, J968 <B lbs. - 13 or.,),  Second prir.e went to C. Murray .f M>n.  9 oi.); third to Honie Bronvley who;* fi'-h  was just, one tenth of an ounce heavier  than I^irry Grafton"., wven lb, pa In ion.  After Mr. S. llamon's Bix pounder the fis.h  rapidly dhriJnished In .Ire.  Harry and Ttmth  Bifgar arranged the  derby  this  yn*r  ;*��3  pi-eM-nt-sHon!.  i<*>k.  plSKPe'cwlhrir lawn ��!.����� the "h pm, dewi-  liae.  Special prix* was imoouiruAd by Mr.  1-e.rt Slade who opened the Mter airmailed frort. Bournemouth, England, where  his non is now working. Hill Slade had  not forgotf-en the derby In which he al-  ways took r;uch ��n intercM and sent an  Eni',li;,h one pound note for the jxtmo).  catching the fish clowst to 20 oz. Lucky  winner wa�� Mr. Charlie Foster who said  he would rather have, won that pound  than anything clue because he and Bill  have (always been firm friends.  Earliest fish was caught a* (1:15 a.m.  by lloy liarnon. Ladies catching the laix-  ,*.t (salmon wen* Mola Ernb-cy and Tillie  Murray who hharcd a cash prize. Tlie  hamper wan won by Je. *. OlmM.ead. Mo't  fi,*.). were cauRht by Ken Bromley win-  niriR Uncle Mirk's gift certificate, Hidden  wcb;h. prize of a lawn chair was won by  Don Fiedericks.  Many other prir.es were wem and permanent ��nd summer jviudcivts. *pent a  happy tim�� together for the ]a:.t fathering  of llii- summer, The weather wa*. perfect,  I.'*** ���.*__ ��>**����*���:,a.Uvc ,-<md. Unhappy event  watt deiituvd if. j^-vat tuewtn.   ,  shoulder before going into the ditch, It  then travelled a distance of 140 feet along  the ditch, swung out onto the highway,  across into the other ditch and back again  to the first, Altogether it had travelled a  distance of 500 feet after striking the first  ditch, It had also discharged its load of  timber in tht* process. There had been extensive damage to the vehicle but no  Injuries to the driver.  In his defence, Mangus slated it was  the opinion of his employer and himself  that the eighty-foot marks leading to the  ditch were old marks and not thojie of  the truck, He also estimated his speed at  betw*een thirty-five and forty aniles per  hour.  Corporal Orville Underhill expressed  the view that tlie broken bracket, claimed  t,<> be cause of the vehicle going out of  control, in-suited from the wheels striking  rocks in the ditch, Further (the fact it had  travelled a distance of 500 feet after entering the ditch clearly indicated excessive  ;pi.ed,  Judf.c MHtelsteadt told Mangus "we  icmanded 1his case until today in order  for your employer to be prewnt as a witness yet he is not here.' It deems obvious  to. me you were travelling at high ppecd,  Unci another car or other vehicles been  coming along at the time there could quite  easily have U*��.*n loss of life." He fined  him IfHH) with fourteen days to pay,  Charged with driving without due cuie  and  attention   near   Secret   Orve Friday,  Auf;u.l 1, Arthur Hichard Dick entered a  plea of not guilty and asked for a remand  in order to obtain legal advice. He was  rem&ndcd to September 12. at which time  date of Irial will be set.  RoIkmI ScjrKia, charged with consuming litjunr in a public place, namely at.  the Roberts Creek dance hall, was fined  $?>$, Robert Coukelt, who had lx*en-wtth  him, had )>rci. fined a similar umount  earlier on the i.;.in<* emint.  Police an- ki-r.^.i<��M �� wary eye o|x*n  for a (JiibM.m. youtli, Hruce Shullita, who  has ��.*.A-apcd lawlUI cii;t<x.ty from tlie  Haney torM^tional institute, He was M*n-  iten-ri'd last June following a charge of  Break and iintr/t  .-iitl.    *  *J**V *l-*1^��^(>��lWH���^^l��(^!V'*��*W***s��^'F,*'  itmi&t^^m,^^^^^, *>��*��*.���&*��> ****��Vi��ilifft*'**'    !.*.*��(,������"'���*���  -, ��n.   m Kf.  *   *  ���  _*��+ ^;0*,    "._F.��%    ��*-W^  .     j^. ^ ^.       ^^  ^ y-h..  '��'��.*v.fl���m(��Hf��**_j<��!       .*nt.  ^ *   *,.,_,   * J, *-?j^^^o*^.>V^  F    .    ',. ,V\-     - r    "     - '  �����V-M<iV'>.wl^ir<JJ(/^ ^^V^t'S-f-^W*--.  J-^NC-^ *��*H  ;"-'"YV^  r?o_o2; Tfte^^enfasuiaTimes/Wegaesd^Sej^- 3; 196^   ^EAL ESTATE (continued)      RSAi. ESTATE (Continue^    REAL ESTATE (Continued)   AUTOS & TRUCKS (ConU   FOR SALE (Continued) LEGAL  NOTICES \{Co)i*.)  I"*5-?  fliiMiMMMMM  ���wypiMMMMiitw  wswi__y���__n_n��_Htiii��M-i-��-��*  ��^e& SecheH - Phone 885-9654  WATERFRONT    ���  .Choice  beach lots. Buy now. Going.  EXCELLENT  commercial  tyt  --Hceatre Secheli���highway ir>,'  WANTED    to    buy,    Secheit-  'area. 2 bedroom house with  focT ^rf; ,t nnr o'fficPat    ��**. lew* ��* <***?*&  Ad" basement, $12,000  - $14,000.  fast Stop in at our office al;    .*-*�������   . _.wa_i_,Ki��    __W   i-ru   ���^+~   TW   <.n.n    ��_l��������,i0  ' Published Wednesdoy by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot Sechelr. B.C.  Member, Audi. Bureau  of Circulations  Morch 31, 1969  Gross Circulation 2360  Paid Circulation 2081  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  ��� 75c  Three Insertions _ $1.50  Extra lines (4 words)  15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs!'  Box Numbers  10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Header advertising 35c  per count line.  Display advertising in classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rales���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By moil, special citizens.���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons, B.C.  Wed., Thurs., Fri.  Sept. 3, 4, 5  Elvis Presley in  "CHARRO"  Sat, Mon., Tues.,  Sept. 6, 8, 9  Sandy Dennis in  "THE FOX"  . (restricted)  Show Time 8 p.m.  Phone 886-2827    -  3176-40  CAS�� OF THANKS WANTEP  HELP WANTED (Cont.)  PLOUGHING & discing ���  wanted man with suitable  equipment to put 3 acre field  in good condition by Sept.  15th. Phone C. Madsen, 885-  2015. 3190-40  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Help Wanted  i  Clerk- - Stenographer for  Municipal Office, Gibsons. No  shorthand. Phone 886-2543 for  interview.  D. Johnston  Municipal Clerk  3132-40  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 30c BUNCH  Contact plant before picking.  , Located   at  Roberts   Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  3168-tfn  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)  All persons interested in doing substitute teacher work in  School District No. 46 for this  school year are invited to submit a list of their qualifications  to the District Superintendent  of Schools, Box 220, Gibsons,  B.C.  Those teachers who have  substituted in this District before are requested to confirm  their continuing availability.  First consideration must be  given to qualif led teachers."  3162-40  WE WISH to express "our  heartfelt thanks to Alan  Schwabe; Rick: Carter; I)oug  Evans; Ronnie Abrams and  James Varey for their prompt-  action in locating the fire in       our basement and phoning in     PERSONAL  the   alarm.   Also   to   Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Department for  responding so quickly to the  call and tackling the fire so  efficiently. .Thanks also, to our  neighbours  .and   friends'   for .,.'  ���'  offering assistance in so many    FOR RENT '  ways; to Mr. R. McKibbin our  fire   insurance   representative  and his company for helping  us make the right decisions to  make our home habitable a-  gain. 'Also to our neighbours  Mr. and ��� Mrs. F. Charlesvyorth  for serving the fireman coffee  after the fire ��� Alex and, Flo  Robertson. 3129-39  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ���- Please con-,  tact J. M.  Hayes at Secheit,  B.C. Phone S85-9962.  2837-tfn  ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,  P.O. Box 294, Secheit; B-C,  Phone 885-9327, or 886-2979.  ".������..������  '���;-'*�����: -.;;2457-^f*i.  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  AVAILABLE   immed.,   1   rm.  , furnished  ,.stel   in   Gibsons.  Pit 886-2521. 3094-40  Halfmoon Bay for pamphlet.  Phone 885-9683. H. B. Gordon  & Kennett Ltd. Secheit. 885-  2013. " 3062-tfn  2Y2 ACRE ISLAND  $35,000  William    Island    at    Irvines  Landing  in  Pender Harbour.  Sheltered, drilled welL Terms  available.  Olli Sladey,  Madeira Park, B.C.   '-  PHONE 883-2233 ; ��  '  3096-40  EWART M(.MYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  OPEN HOUSE; GIBSONS.  Sat., Sept. 6, 2 to 4 p.m., at  1364 STEWART ROAD: For  those interested in viewing for  possible purchase, an excellent  three-bdroom N.H.A. home,  fully modern exec, type, with'  garage, landscaping and partial basement, patios., eta  Seeing is believing.  Waterfront home: Gibsons:'  3 bedrooms, big view living  room with fireplace, sundeck,  level lot, fenced, car port and  storage areas- A/Oil furnace,  concr. basement, plenty of  closets. Terms on $33,000.  "Western Homes" magazine  has featured 'this waterfront  home on 1.9 asres, which is  now on the market at $65,000  or $50,000 without the waterfront lots. This must be seen!  Excellent terms available.  Gower Point area  We have several responsible  clients who. wish to purchase  homes priced from $10,000 to  $14,000 with down payments  of $3000 to $4000. Should you  have a home for sale in this  price range, we can give fast  aetion.  Two bedroom home, on  large lot, two street frontage,  basement, A/oil furnace.  $14,900. F.P., Terms.  services ~ available.  Peninsula Times.  Box   1104  1104-tfD  Write   Box   3160,  Times; Secheit.  Peninsula  3160-40  MacGregor Pacific Realty  pjnesents  SAN SOUCI ESTATES  . Situated In  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots on the Sunshine. Coast  "For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or L. -CampbelL  688-3501' (collect 24 hrs.)  MocGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  lioD-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  GIBSONS SHELTERED  WATERFRONT ��� Lots with  excellent' view ���and safe, protected moorage for all -types* of  craft. Each' lot -is fully serviced with access off paved  road. Perfect location* for your  retirement house, and .just  minutes from salmon, fishing  at its best. Reasonably .priced  from $8,800. Low sdain$' payment of $1,000 handles. -  Two adjoining leveL cleared  lots with excellent soil Realistically priced "af, only $1,750  each.  ROBERTS CREEK���Lovely 3  , bedroom home with view of  ocean on % acre. Private sale  ���terms. 'Ph. 886-2744. 3127-41  . ' !"  WATERFRONT LOT and 3  ' view lots, in Garden Bay,  Pender Harbour. Box lt- Garden 'Bay, Pender Harbour,, Box  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. or  Phone 883-2336. Owner.  2882-tfn  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good   263-4993  collect or 736-5933  c  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES  3061-tfn  For the most complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  . calJ  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  For Free Catalogue  " Phone 885-2232  3098-tfn  NEW CARS & TRUCKS ,  Are you. interested in one?  Before buying let me quote a  priee. It may mean a saving te  you-  Phone 885-2812 days  *    885-9646 nites  R. W. (Bill) Coppirig  3188-40  '1966 Vz TON truck, near new  condition, I owner, 38,000  highway miles, rubber-fair,  292 Big 6 motor, 3 speed, long  wide box, asking $1600 as is:  885-9542. 3012-tfn  TECHNICAL-books now in  ���stock at the- Times Book  Store, Secheit. Carpentry ���  welding ��� .plumbing ��� drafting ��� house wiring. Fix.your  Volkswagen, Chev, Ford, Plymouth. All about small gas  engines and many others. Ph.  885-9654. 3051-tfn  - "'��� �����������������____������������.������������_ i   ���������___,_���.,,. ..      - ���  HAVE' Mallard  dueks.   Baby  stroller, 9' x 9' tent. 9' x 12'-  underfelt. 48 Bas? cord organ  and bench. 885-9387.   3086-38  KNABE   baby   grand   piano,  excell. quality.   885-2826-40  SMITH      Corona,    ' standard  typewriter with extra-large  type, in new condition, special  '69    VOLKSWAGEN    custom     ... .   .  , r   1200. Only  5800 miles. Ph.    at half-price. Phone 885-9654.    Operators intends to apply for  Form No. 18  .   (Section 82)      "J   *  LAND ACT     -   '. '  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording' District  of Vancouver and situate Secret Cove, B.C., in front of DX.  4545, GP. 1, N.W.D.  Take notice that J. O., B. O.  and E. I. Brynelsen of Vancouver, B.C. occupation Lodge  885-2360.  3089-40  2540-tfn  VIEW  HOME ��� 2  bdrm.  House   over    looking    Howe  Sound, on large LOT. Nicely  remodelled, large kitchen and  Cottage on 2% acres with . iront rO0XDL Fu3l price $12,600.  124 ft highway frontage. Close  to Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza.  E. AAcMynn  Do Wortman  Vince Prewer  886-2500  886-2393  886-9359  I WISH to convey thanks to .  all friends who sent cards,  flowers and good 'wishes to my  dear friend Claire Egner dur-^  ing her illness and passing, A"  special thanks to Dr. Walter  Burtnick, nurses ' and staff of  ISt. Mary's Hospital for their  wonderful care and consideration. Sincerely, Mrs. Gladyd  B. Klein. , 3180-40  OBITUARY  EGNER���On August 24, 1969,  Helen Claire Egner of Pender Harbour, B.C. Prcdeseased  by her husband Arnold on  July 5," 1969. Survived by relatives and many friends. Funeral service was held on Wed.  Aug. 27 at 1:30 p.m. from St.  Mary's Anglican Church, Garden Bay. Rev. B, Jenks officiated. Cremation. Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibspns, B.C.,  Directors. 31G4-40  WORK WANTED .  TILUCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, jaoitor  pervice, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed, RR1 Spchelt, Ph.  885-2191  preferably  evenings.  2754-tfn  BEAT the fall winds: Wc top,  limb, fall or put T.V. antennas in trees. Insured work,  done to your satisfaction. Our  free ' estimate may , be lower  than you think, Phtmt. 885-  2109. 3054-tfn  FOR  custom rock drilling &  blasting, Phrm.* 885-9591.  ^047-tfn  BRUSH It spray painting. Interior St exterior. Reasonable prices. First class workmanship ��uaiumt��*d. Phone  Um Hunter 886-7007. 3090-41  COTTAGERS ��� Young coup,l<*  will can-take hou��* for winter   Pension.   Call   Murray   &  C��ri Green at J585-03O6.  3122-41  HOUSEKEEPING room,' clean  warm. & all found. Private  entrance.   Selma   Park.   Gent.  Ph. 885-9535.  3137-tfn.  MOBILE space available. Sun-*  shine   Coast   Trailer   Park.  886-9826. 3181-tfn  , 3 BEDROOM furnished house  on      waterfront,      Hopkins  Landing. Ph. 886-.70$5.. 3179-40  GARDEN BAY ��� 2 bedroorri  furnished house. All conveniences.  Vacant   Oat., 1st  $75   ,  month, plus oil and electricity.  885-2561. 3177-41  ONE   3   bedroom   houSe   and  one 4 bedroom house, Pender Harbour area. Non furnished, water,  light  & phone.  Call 885-2314, 3169-40  AVAILABLE now.  Furnished  1   bedroom   apartment  in  Secheit. $85. Ph. 885-2802.  3161-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  ������ ��� ' ��� i ���'������  CABIN wanted to rent. Sept.  ���Dec.,  approx.  $30-$40 per  month.  Contact  H.  Rothsteiin,,  3309. W. 4 hit. Vancouver, B.C.  3158-40  YOUNG lady  urgently needs  furnished suite or cabin. Call  885-20BO. 3178-40  PETS    .  POODLES,       clipping       and  grooming,    yeara    of    experience. Phone 880-2601.  2420-tfn  REAL ESTATE  IF YOUR DESIRE t6  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  HELP WANTED  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Noida WHson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, BC  PlO-Un  We Offer . . .  ���Continuous advertising In  four new-tempera.  ���Effective and. proven ��d-  vertlsing in our catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales staff of  eipht In two offices on the  Peninsula.  ���Twenty-four hour answering eervice,  ���No charge to you if theTe la  no Bale.  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  :   3174-40  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  Phone 263-4993 collect or  736-5933 Mr.  Good  ,   We Cover The Waterfront  HOBBY FARM: Small holding. Two , rm. cabin, year  round water Supply, retirement or horses etc. Off hwy.  nr. Roberts Creek. Mr. Good.  $11,950. About 4.6 acres, 263-  ,4993.  EXECUTIVE HOME: Year  round or summer. About 320  ft. level 'beach waiter, yacht  moorage' e^tc. Large home plus  annex all on one. Guests 3 extra bdxms. L/R, kit. Gardners  , cottage, five lots. Nr. Langdale ferry term, Only $75,000.  Easy Terms.' Also \ ideal for  Church or community camp  etc. Mr.  Good, 2C3-4933.  WATERFRONTAGE: Por-*-  poise Bay. About 43 acres,  with 175 ft. wharf, boat basin,  sheltered with lge. home mod.  Plus other framed in. Good rd.  in tm mins. Secheit. Out low,  low appraisal. I^ock stock &  barrel. Only $100,000 with  low dn. payment or your offers,. Excellent club or private  location, year round.' Resort  area. Mr. Good 263-4933.  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Located nr. the Bargain Narrows.  Good for small boat owner.  Three lots as a package buy.  About 250 ft. waterfront. Only  '$11,500 with half clown. Mr.  Good 263-4993.  HOTEL 'LAKE: Off road nr.  Irvines Landing, Pender Harbour, Approx. 65 ft. Lake a-  ibdut 250 ft. deep. Some rd, in.  Onl-y $3,850.  EXECUTIVE or retirement  home. De-Lux, ��t today re-  P-.acen.ent price. Bldg. alone  over $30,000, No add can describe thin gem with 300 ft. of  cafe watrt-frontage. Adjacent  to Gibiions,'with, a multi-mil-  liom, view. Aitking $65,000, Low  dn. payment or trade with  Block Bros, purchase plan. Mr.  Good 263-4903. Inspection, by  appointment.  BARGAINS: Our "dollar* ��p  special. Only 15 lota at Selma  Park. Light bush view lots  only. P99 down, $50 per ma.  814-J-. Mostly 73 ft. by 135 ft.  Mr. Good 263-4983. Inspect  thene now.  Excellent potential' for commercial development." .Full  price only $13,000.     '    '  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� A  real opportunity for builder or  investor, 63 foot, fully serviced level lot-for $2^50 cash.  SELMA PARK ��� "Fully serviced view, lot with gentle  slope. Cleared and ready for  building. Full price $4,000.   -  HALFMOON BAY ��� 5  acres secluded and delightfully treed property with good  year round creeli. Close to  school "and beach. Full price  only $3,500.  PENDER HABOUR���Large  waterfront property with modern fishing lodge consisting of  two self-contained two bedroom units, each with large  bright kitchen and modern  plumbing. Common living  room with large rock fireplace  and picture windows overlooking harbour. Ample cleared  space on property for cabins  "etc. Fbll price $40,000.  Semi-waterfront lots all  fully serviced with access to  launbhing and moorage. Full.  price $3,000 to $3,500.  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  , Mackay, at 886-9900.  Eves. 886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons and Burquitlam  .3175-40  <  l  THE SUN SHINE5 ON  50' Waterfront Lot. $7,800.  SELMA  PARK���Open plan  on terms wilh. $2,500. Down.  886-2481  45   ACRES ��� at   Secheit  Hwy & Pine Rd with 1200 ft.  of Road frontage, real holding \  property, $4,400 on Termst   "  886-2481  4 LOTS T-- left on the HB1-  crest Rd: still sealing for $1650.  i-886-2481  Member Multiple Listing '  ^ -   Service' .  CHARGES- ENGLISH LTD.  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  *    CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  1956 WILLYS 4 wheel drive  pick-up. Ph. 886-2441 eves.  3088-40  I HAVE a very good 1960 Cadillac   for   sale.   Reasonable  price. Ph. 885-9602.      3166-42  1963 CORVAIR van for sale. -  Ph. 885-2292. 3167-42  1950 % TON Pick-up for sale  in good condition. New rear  rubber. 885-2159. 3191-42  SECHELT VOLKSWAGEN  Used Car Sale  1968 V.W. Deluxe. Black  radio etc .'.  $1691  1968 V. W.   Deluxe:  White, beautiful .... $1641  1968 V.W.   Deluxe.  Red  A-l   $1591  1967 V.W. Karman Gbia  Coupe, immaculate $1891  1965 Corvette Coupe  365 hp, cam. solids,  new    tires,     mint  shape     $4291  1966 V.W. Double Cab  Pick-up, new motor. Hurry           $991  -1958 V.W.    Bus.    Runs  good $250  1966 V.W. Fastback, the  ,   , Big Guy, only  -      $1391  1962 Lincoln Cont. 4 dr.  Convt.      Repossession.     Best     Cash  Offer?  3182-40  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2232  Box J 65, Secheit, B-C.  Box   3C9,  Gib-ion*,  B.C.  3039-tfn  I COVER YOUR AREA  LIST NOW  Mr.   Good   263-4993  '    'BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  -39  family home on two floors. 3  bdrms ��� 2 fireplaces ��� 2 kitchens. $28,000 try $7,000 down.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 4 acres  with 423' waterfront. Post  beam summer home, $45,000.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast  SELMA PARK���Waterfront  overl6oking Trail Bay & Inlands. Nicely landscaped and  well Tfcept grounds. 4 bedroom  house, 2 up and two down,  Basement with A-oil furnace,  laundry room & extra bathroom.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots    on  water    syjttetn,.    Going    fat;!.,  choice of nine.   Six lots sold,  Now $2,800. Terms.  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lotB $1000 each,  TILLICUM BAY: 2 bedroom home, has largo living  room' with W-W and ptone  fireplace, new A-oil furnace.  Good value at $11,500.  GIBSONS: Well built 2  bedroom home with basement  omi landscaped grounds. A-oll  hpat, elec, range and Armirut  freezer.  Asking $19,500,  GIBSONS ��� This m-w, well  planned W��;twood home off.-rH  lotff of living Epace. Large living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full bawrrnent, ear port.  On 6* acres. $28,900.  E. PORPOISE BAY���1 acre,  100' waterfront, sandy beaeh.  Unfinished 3 bedroom cottage.  $17,500. $8000 doWia.  , WILSON CRKF.K ��� 2'-.  acrer. with y<*ar round crock.  2 bedroom basement ,hom��  with carport, 1 am* elt*ar��.d.  Serluded, Half cash at $17,900.  Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Scchclt, B.C.  3180-40  EGMONT FISHING LODGE:  3 bdrm. home, covered sun-  deck.. 7QYw-:f. Good moorage,  salmon grounds. *P.O. Store,  marina close. Try yiur offer  NOW.  RUBY LAKE   CABIN: 480  , sq. ft.,  fully furnished,  insulated. Fireplace, sundeck, 120' ���  w-f. $12,500 full price, terms.  Call DON TAIT 883-2284.  WILSON CREEK: 3 bdriri  home, level % acre, has good  water system. Low down payment on $11,500 full price.  ROBERTS CflEEK: 4.6  acres, close to highway. Year  round creek.for water supply.  Only $i500' full priceY  -.4 a<?re lot; 60 x 500, creek  crossing property. Full price  $2,300.7  GIBSONS RURAL: 10 acres,  good view from upper ��&, ideal  .for  future   S/D.   $10,000   full  price.  16 acres of potential view  property, paved road on one  side, undeveloped road on one  end. Ideal for S/D at only  $16,000 full price.  100% financing available thru  our IAC purchasing plan at:  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  Secheit, B.C. Ph. 885-2812  3187-40  TRAILERS  K. BUTLER REALTY  & iNSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  ���  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  K. putter  Ron BcSavaney  Ed Batlex -  Do-y^ait"  '  ��� 886-2000  ��� 886-9656  ��� 886-2000  ��� 883-2284  3143-39  16 FT. SanteJFe. Trailer for.  ' 'sale.'$1100. Ph. 886-9548.    3159-40  BOATS ond ENGINES  15'. Cadilac   jduminium  boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, with trailer & tarp. 885-2007.     2359-tfn  BOAT Insur?ince Information.  - Marine insurance Claims.  Capt. W. Y. Higgs, Box .339,  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425. 2533-tfn  19' CABIN cruiser with 70 hp  Chrysler     outboard.     Very.  good value at $1200. 885-9680.  '3119-40  15'   BOAT   with  Johnson  40,  electric  start,   with   trailer.  Will sell with or without motor.   886-7005.     ��� 3165-42  12'  BOAT  with  18 hp  Evin-  rude,    tilting    trailer   with  winch, $425. 885-9504. 3184-42  15 ft. moulded plywood with  cabin, forward steering controls. 25 hp outboard, tank &  paddles.   885-9956. 3170-42  WE SELL  Sportsman  Truck canopies, Car top botits,  8- ��� 10' ��� 11' ��� 12'  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  from   Secheit   Kinsmen   at  $3,50 each. Phone 885-9542.  IF  IT'S   suits���if s   Morgans.  885-9330, Secheit, B-C.  8893-tfn  . BEAUTIFUL    semi    acoustic  guitar, electric with case &  strap.    Sacrifice,    $100    cash.  885-9654. 3154-tfn  RADIO  &   hi-fi all  in   one.  Floor model. Ph. 886-9327.  .    3131-41  G.   E.   wringer  washer   with  pump.   Excellent   condition.  885-9956. 3171-42  TREADLE    sewing    machine,  new adding machine till for  sale. Phone 885-9412.  3173-40  2 ELEC. 40" ranges, $49.95���  $99.95. 3 wringer washers,  all in good condition, $2*4.95���  " $29.95 ��� $39.95. -OIL RANGE  plus 2 barrels and 45 gal. of  fuel, $79.95. THOR dryer elec.  ���checked and in good working order, $59.95. PARKER'S  HARDWARE (1969) LTD. Secheit. Phone 885-2171. 3183-40  AAAR1NE ACCESSORIES  Paiat���Fibreglass���Rope- -  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for.  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  WELL PUMP  or general purpose %" Jabsco  Pump and 5.hp B & S engine  ���.. DOMESTIC WATER  HEATER  Ascot instant propane heater,  good for average  family.  Only psed as demo.  E. S. Johnstone  Madeira F'ark, B.C.  Tel 883-2386  3035-tfn  LEGALS  #orm No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Bfjfpi^ OPTORTUHITY  SPARE TIME INCOME: Refilling and collecting money  from, (NEW TYPE high-quality  e&to-operated "disjpensera In  your are*-*. No Gelling. To qualify* you must have car, references, f600 'to $2��W0 caEl1*  Seven to twelve hours weekly  can ��et excellent monthly in*-  eorae. More full time. For per-  mtod Interview write CANA-  PKNN DISTRIBUTING LTD.,  DEPT. A, 160 Bay St., Suite  205, Toronto 3, Ontario. Include phone number.   3172-40  CAB <wd TtUCfCS  1959 ckEV. V* ton truck: and  ciwrnper, positive track, good  thvpo,   1*500.   Brumroel.   Roib-  ertlf>��*k.   ���     ^       ...   3134-41  ; MEW  ^969 International  HOOD P.tf. V-8; Auto; Deluxe  Int. ��t-ext. Chrome bump**  etc. Vinyl roof. H,D. r.pringR,  long wide box offered for only  $3,381.00 F.P.  COMPARE THIS PRICE at  COPFlr^G MOTCMS LTD.  Sec-belt, B.C. Ph. 885-2812  A 3185-40  Pam Top  Truck    cainopkrs ������ all    steel  Bubble windows  Outboards  New &. used  Starcraft  Boats 8" thru to 22 ft. From  $235 ��� $7,000 \  l-jbuse Trailers  Travel tent trailers  Honda  From the Mini to the fabulous  750 c.c Most models in stock ���  International  Light duty trucks. Up to 1000  Loadstar series.  ITS  THE  $  DIFFERENCE  THAT COUNTS,  Proven ealea verify this  etatement  Honda Marine Sales  .. ����  COPPING MOTORS LTD,  Secheit, B.C. Ph. 885-2812  31BS-41  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  Nelson Island.  Take notice that Velma Lin-  owski ofl 154 Ashlar Drive,  Napa, California, 94558, occupation, teacher, intends to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 24 ft. W and ,100 ft.  N. of the N.W. corner of lot  3532; thence 300 ft. E.; thence  100 ft. N.; thence 300 ft. W.;  thence 100 ft, S. and contain-  big % acres, more or leas, for  the purpose of summer home.  Velma Lmowski  Dated Aug. JJ; 1069  3125-pub, Aug. 27, Sept. 3,��� 10,  17,1909  a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a pbst  planted N.W. corner of Lot  7222- thence to the S.W. corner of Lot 7222; thence W.N.  Westerly approx. 600 feet;  thence N. Westerly to the. S3.  corner Lot 4544; thence S.  Westerly to the point of commencement, and containing .1.8  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of marina extension  and construction of navigable  channel.  Dated July 30th, 1969..  -C.   Wagenaar  B.C.L.S.  Agent  3055-pub.' Aug. 13,' 20, 27, Sep.  3, 1969  - NOTICE TO GENERAL  CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders are invited  for the construction of:Additions and Alterations to St  Mary's Hospital, Secheit, B,C.  Tenders will be received  until 4:00 p.m. (D.S.T.) Friday,  October 3, 1969 by:  Expansion & Construction  Committee,  St-Mary's Hospital,  Box 678,  Secheit,' B.C.     .  Tenders' must: be * sixbmitted"  in duplicate and sealed 'in-a11  opaque envelope and clearly  marked ���TENDER #ORYTHE  CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS  TO ST.^MARY'S HOSPITAL,  SECHELT,. B_C.  ,        .;  . y,...  Each Tender must7 Tbe accompanied by a ' Bid'" Bond  made; payable 7 to 'St." Mary's ���  Hospital Society in an amount  not less than, $26,506,070- issued by a property .licensed  .syreity.; ^omp*?uiy,;,7At5Q%"ii'.jper-  .-;. ���jto/*Mffi'����j'M Bwdi!.:Will7���l.e.7|:f-  quired   as- stipulated   in .the,  , documents.    -    ..-��� ���..��������� -/:  Plans -and "Specifications  and .Form of Tender may be  obtained7 ..from*. ... Under^Qod,  McKinley, Cameron, Wilson  & Smith, 612 Clyde Avenue;  Westl Vancouver," B.C. .after  1:00 p.m. (D.S.T.) Tuesday, ,  September 2, 1969, on deposit  of $75.00 per set.  Bid Depository" will be required for a number' of trades  and will .close with the Vancouver Lower Mainland Bid  Depository, 2675 Oak Street,  Vancouvr, B.C. BEFORE 4:00  p.m. (D.S.T.) Wednesday, October 1, 1969. Y  The lowest or any Tender  not necessarily accepted. ���  St. Mary's Hospital Society,  SociheM, B.C.  3163-pub. Sept 3, 1969  FOE SALE  HOOVER npin  dry washer,  1  vr.   old,   $100.   Phon����i 885-  9385, 3150-41  CUT yonr itnxndry iirym$ %km*f  in, half with, a rota dry. Ph.  886-2259. Monday ��� Thurs,  3133-41  Form No. 18  (Section 82)    ,  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land !  In, Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and liituato  Neliion Island.  Take notive that Jerrold  Linownky of 154 Ashlar Drive,  Napa, Calif., occupation teacher, Intends to apply for a  lease of the following dci.cri.b-  cd lands*,���  Commencing' at a post  planted 24 ft. West of the N.W.  wro�� of lot 3532;; thpnee 300  ft. East; thence 100 ft. North;  thence 300 ft. Went; thenee 100  ft. South, and containing %  am***, more or less, for the  purpose of wmmtr home.  JerroM John Ltnowrid  Dated August 10, 1909.  3124-p-uh. Aug. 27, JSrpt R, JO.  17, 1909  F* -,    '   "*  He'pauses 9 oui of ID'  forest fires because he's  careless with matches,  vvilh smokes, and with  campfires.  Don't you be careless.  Please-only you can  prevent forest fires.  y  H  v  ���a  Si  a  n  t'  l. MMMMW  Submerged *���  F^ind raising for the proposed Sun- ,*when someone is wiling to risk the Lions built talking tank to <&wp.  shine Coast Recreation Centre is be-,' shock of feedng dunked when lucky Who's under *t__ds time?  coming a recreation itself, espeeially   sihot releases catch. * causing seat of  MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Building-inspector  ���from page 1  also drew attention to the fact that'Rae-  burn was not present and should be involved in the discussion before any decision is made.  Following departure of the deputation,  it was stated that the Board has to comply  to large extent with regulations otherwise  precedents will be set up. It was however,  moved that the committee inspect the site  this week.  Director A. Rutherford reminded members that others'have complied with the  regulations and said he feels they should  be enforced.  Chairman Wolverton commented that  while this might be so, the Board can  always bring up such matters for reconsideration. Director Gilker said he thinks  careful consideration should be .given the'  matter and does not agree with making  - exceptions.  Director Swain questioned the matter  of a concrete slab which he considered to  be rather strange. The chairman expressed  the view that there has possibly been  some misuMerstandings and suggested the  incident be left pending a report from  the planning committee.'  Wednesday, .September 3,1969        The Peninsula Times  Page*3  r j-       \ .*��� j  Secheit News Notes  MORE ABOUT .  Emerging  Well here he is���none other than Rev.    Centre plus the admiration of young- ���     -       - n        - ����___<_.*?����  Dennis Morgan who proved a glutton    sters during Sea Cavalcade activities * 9 tiegionai DOOia meeung  for punishment hut raised quite a    on Gibsons Wharf. -*rom page j  number  of  dollars  for  Recreation                                 . a more suitable dumping ground.  Unitarian Church . . ���  Double ring ceremony  i  unites Wiren-Kermode  01? AUGUST 22, 1969 at 8:15 p.m. in a  pretty flower bedecked setting at the  "Fireside Room1' of the Unitarian Church,  Vancouver, 949 West 49th Ave., Rev. John  Quirk officiated at a double ring ceremony  uniting in marriage Miss Beverley Joan  Kermode and Mr. Arnold John Wiren.  The bride, rthe youngest daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kermode of Vernon,  who was given in marriage by her father,  looked lovely with her brunette hair coif-  fured in ringlets and wearing a pale yellow lace mini-dress' with long wide trumpet-flared lace-pants to match, She carried a bouquet of -yellow' daisy-like chrysanthemums and was attended by Mrs."  Thomas Elgie as matron of honor, dressed  in pale green crepe, her flowers were  dainty dahlias.  The groom, the younger son of Mr. and  Mrs. Wiljo Wiren of Gibsons,  had Mr.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School ��� 1,0:00 a.m. .  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 885-9665 t  All Welcome  Sigmund Joliansen as his best man.  The bride's mother chose a green dress  with matching jacket and white accessories and corsage..  The mother of the groom was attired  in a turquoise lace-over-taffeta two-piece  costume with pill-box fluffy hat en tone  and a corsage of pink daisies and heather;  her accessories were beige.  Reception followed attended by relatives and friends. Among the guests was  the bride's 80-year-old grandmother, Mrs.  J. Kermode of Vernon who made her first  plane trip to be present.    '��� ��� ���     ��� \r   '  A beautiful ithree-tiered wedding cadke,  decorated in white .and pale yeUoVi*- was  enhanced by a delicate floral top. '  After a honeymoon at Haven Island,  Jervis Inlet, the happy young couple are  making their home at 1885 West 15th Ave.,  Vancouver .9, B.C., .',,  ; Arnold who is an Elphinstorte graduate, obtained his B,.Sc. degree with first  class honors at University of Brutish Columbia and is now working towards his  Master's degree. He plans to'��� become a  veterinary surgeon. 7 ���'":,'  The biride, who is a school teacher, has  ���accepted a pt>si<tdoj. in Richmond for the  .coming year\\  LIGHTING PROBLEM  Failure by the Selma Park Improvement District to make application to the  Board to take over the street lighting system in time for the budget has created a  situation whereby B.C. Hydro could cut  off power.  Letter from Improvement District  Chairman Joe Benner asked that the  Board take over the lighting and explained that at present $401.31 is owing the  Hydro.  '  Mr. Gooding told the Board that the  District failed to budget for this year and  also failed to apply to the Board in time  for its this year's budget. Therefore, if  the Board accepts, it will have to make  good the debt arnj budget next year for  this year and 1970. He said the problem,  was not particularly great.  It was moved the Regional District  take over function of the Selma Park Improvement District and also correct an.  existing boundary-discrepancy.. &b  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S - SECHELT  ��� , 9:30 am.���-Every Sunday  CHURCH OF, HIS PRESENCE - REDROOFFS  11 a.m. July 13, 27, August 10, 24  SAINT MARY'S - GARDEN BAY  ,  M:30 a.m. July 6, August 3  7:30 p.m. July 20, August 17  Phone 885-9673 or 885-9440  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELiS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up' from Mlghwey)  DUMP REJECTED  Earlier suggestion that the Board consider temporary responsibility for a private refuse dump, property of Jim Cooper, Redrooffs, was turned over for recommendation to the Health Inspector.  Reply indicates tbat although the  dump has been of great yalue and could,  indeed, continue so for a while, it is inadvisable to consider use as a permanent  dump.  MEET TRUSTEES  What was described as a liaison committee meeting between the Board and  School Trustees has finally been slated  for Saturday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m,.  at which time it, is planned to discuss  mutual problems and better undersaving between the two bodies.  To keep oonnbread from sticking to  baking pan, meilt shortening in tin* pan  and spread over bottom and sides of the  pmn. Set pain* in refrigerator to firm up  again. > Pour cotiW>read to' bake. The corn-  bread when baked can be removed cn.ily  ahd will not stick ito the pan.  Potential  looks e*lst wherever anything  protrudes through tho roof. Chock caulking  around  pipes,   vents,  skylights  and  chimneys, ,  ���   ', "A*....,.. ���&-..��� �����....,. .   Vacationing homeowners . . . don't over- {  look anti-burglar precautions: Connect a  lamp to a timer to give tho house a  "lived-in" look. Discontinue moil, milk,  and newtpoper deliveries. Leave blinds in  normal position, not closed. Have snow  t,horolcd while away.  W       iV      "A- '  A   civic-minded   real   estate   broker   in  lllino.. donates his advertising  marquee  to  publicise community  events,   special  projects, ond notices ot civic interest.  -A*  ���ft  A damp rubber sponge removes lint and  fuss: from upholstered furniture.  1*f ft -fr  it yoti don't yot own your home, now is  the time for octlon. Consult  ,>.^HW..-.'*��*"*''   --..(.*.>-   (J-.*,.. ^   ^   -," .'-IF.  [HM   '.'.,��   'i' I   ''  ��   ', '    '��" I       <i' < '   t *)  ,"1 f, i      it. tntj.  Yd. v  ��^��S��^***'/S^^  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying ��� Dato  Pad". Please note that space Is limited and some advance dotes may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  MM��I|_��..��M^^^  .3���8 p.m.-Gibsons !Rod & Gun Club first fall-mooting.    .  , 3���8 p.m. St, Hilda's Church Hall. -Seechelt Garden Club ������General  Meeting. ,!  3-r-J 0 a.m. St, fHHdp's Ghurpfo Hall. TOPS meeting.  7���-7 p.m, 'Gibsons United Church, Induction Service.  8���8 p.m. Legion Hall Secheit. Branch HO L.A. regular meeting,  8���7 p.m. Mrs. Lamb's residence Secheit. Pot Luck Supper and  ���mo-rUng of Sunshine Caost Chapter Registered Nurses Assn.  .  9.���After  school,   St. Hilda'-* Church   Hall.   ReoiUra'lon   Sochvlt  1st Brownie Pack. ' '  .   10���8  p.m,  Mrs.   Ervir,  Bonner's  res.  Selma   Park,  Guide   and  Brownie L.A, meeting, All mothers Invited,  St, Hilda's Hall, Secheit. TOPS meeting.  .   St.   Hilda's   Hall,   Secheit.   Secheit   Hospital   Assn.  meeting Secheit  .'*��� '.* **%*.  PETER SMITH  005-9463  AT  EtKET AGENCIES LTD.  ASK fOR ffREI CATALOGUE Of FROPERTY  AAwttiplq Listing Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  ���RIAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  GEMC1ES LTD.  ���**?  *5  5*-** W Tfr ~iTi��  ___....._.....-.    J��_+*l  MR. AND Mrs. Rill Morrison, former residents of Secheit, have been renewing  old acquaintances while guests of the Jim  Parkers.  Mr. S. Konishi and Mr, and Mrs.  Hodge with Mrs. Hodge's son and daughter visited Mrs. L. Johnson and Mr. and  Mrs. Dawe. Mr. Konishi and Mrs. Hodge  are son -and daughter of the late Jim and  Mrs. Konishi, respected residents of Se-  " chelt; they are buried with a son and  daughter in St. Hilda's churchyard. Members of the family come every year to  see the graves.  Mrs. Ellen Randell of* Boston came to  visit her cousin, Capt. Sam Dawe. Mrs.  Randell was. impressed with our area and  ���hopes to come again.  Ryan, son of Bruce .and Gail Redman,  celebrated   bis   second    birthday   when  \grandparents,   uncles and aunts  with a  small cousin gathered for dinner and a  happy get together.  ���Guests of Mr., and Mrs. C> Gordon have  been Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sands of Powell  River with daughter. Catharine. Also vis*  iting the Gordons were Mr. W. Jordan'  and two daughters Mary and Cheryl of  Port Coquitlam.  Now the influx of visitors, and elections are over we are thinking of winter  commitments; meetings, bowling and  bridge tournaments will soon be in full  swing. One of rthe early meetings will be  that of the Hospital Auxiliary on Thursday, September 11 in St. Hilda's Church  Hall  The golf -course has provided a new  activity for juniors and ladies in the area  as well as the men and we understand  they are progressing very well.  '''Times   AdBriefs"  will sell - ij>uy- rent  trade!  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  RR.  1, Secheit, B.C.  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  '���-���-������.-... ��  Experts at cuts, iCoiifs\and colour  Custom Perms ���-Phone  886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to.home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 -Davis Bay  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  J����������H^��� II -!��� ���������!������������       ^ | | || Mill       || .1  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing/Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Ljnes,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways,  Repairs.     \  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  *~ ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to, the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  �����.��_._���*-____.������_-������������������.���^���,���������  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLO*..  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949    FRANK E. DECKER/ OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 51015c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  ���    Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block   Y  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVJES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  "   BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building1 Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642'  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Secheit, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phone 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Park, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  McCullough Chain Saws  Sales, Service, Repairs  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Sumhine Coast Highway  086-9662  CHUCK'S PAINTING 8.  DECORATING  INTERIOR 8. EXTERIOR  Free ��t.timates  Phone ��� ��05-2375 ��ftw 5 p.m.  ��ox 593, Secheit! B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  ,. REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  1 Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.     ,  Mochine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Re��. 886-9956. 886-9326  ^ BOB LEE  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phone 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway, -  Roberts Creek, B.C.  TREES - SHRUBS - PLANTS  LANDSCAPING  Phone 886-2684  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens \  Dial 885-9331  - Secheit, B.C.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SLI .VICE AND INSTALLATION  Scchclt to Pender Harbour  Phone ��83-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park. B.C.  L. CLAYTON  WELDING & MARINE  Arr -and Ae��*yWs�����i We>kliPtg  Machine Shop - Stwl Fabrlcailng  Complete lino of nutu and bolts.  MARINE WAYS  A:.k 1or Larry  Phono 883-2535 - Madeira Park, B.C.  R. J. DURLING  B. C. Land Surveyor  4726 Marine Avenue  Powell  River, B.C.  Tel. 112-485-2404  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'IRVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS Y  24 HOUR TOWING���886-281?  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  C & S SALES  SECHELT. B.C  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  BELA1R CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling >  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  .    \    ���:   LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Buiiding Supplies  ���..���.,,   Give .(is A'-CaJLY7 7yY.y  FREE ESTIMATES  , Phone���885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  /     Phone 885-2062  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Secheit, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing -  Pipefitting  Steamfitlihg - Hot Water Healing  Pipe Lagging  1 FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headquarters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currio - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  General Freight.  Low-bod and heavy  hauling,  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all makes  Tel; 886-7411 or 886-2891  SECHELT  GARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs,  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  1  Commercial Printing  lie limes  ��\'V  *>"*", 1   1     .   *.   **�� I*-* h %.** * ****.. A***** ��t, *** rtimm***.**^ ^ f*^^#u*m**** �� .��*�����*��  '   ��l    .**%F'**Wi��*sT*��M(i��   JJ*��_fW_ii  'f(i��l**��.   H*%.��Pt*F "O^**, I ��f<" "ft f  **r��*   <WHpH-*'.����.   * ^ -"*F��>0*F"��. y.  V *- F  v    -., J ,   p  .. ,<��� ���!.('  .  ^&W��^^  _.-".,.  Page 4  The Peninsula. Times . -Wednesday, September 3,1969  ���hi  The PEOTNSUIA^te^;  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  '    *-        '**>    ' -���    ���-        .   .*   . . ���jOHN Atkins  "f"  Douglas G. Wiieeler. Editor -  llljUWIJUIIj'urtlllJMIWIMMItWWWJuillJWIIIlJl'llrillllllll  Stewart B. Alsgard. Publisher  &*��'  POST mortems have been held and ."-vill  continue to be held over and over  again for some Hme hence but however  careful the analysis, however profound  the "discoveries and however wise the  speculation, the most significant and obvious point-arising from last week's election was that socialistn is riot wanted.  The lessons learned by far oldercountfy's  than ours has been chafed upon the  walls in great warning lettejs, the'people  have read'and heeded.  It is argued that if the vote was merely anti socialist, then why did not more  votes go to "the liberals.,The answer to  this could be twofold, number one being  that as we consistently pointed out during the campaign, why dismount a-winning steed? tbe Bennett Government has ' them could have led us into an unholy  accomplished a tremendous amount dur-'   mess in short time.  The immensity of the disparity between the experience of Bennett and his  two opponents may be gathered from the  fact that both Berger and McGeer confidently expressed the view that each of  them would probably head a minority  government. Bennett stated.he would be  returned with a larger majority than before. From the point of view of the opposition leaders their judgement was  chaotic.  What then would have been the situation had either of them been returned  as Premier and made a similar decision  relating' to what could be an extremely  important matter? If that was the extent  of their ability to assess a situation, then  as head of a government either one of  ing its seventeen years in office." Even  Berger and McGeer admitted this, their  only response when accosted with this  fact-was that they could perhaps "do  better."  Secondly there were times during the  campaign when divergence' of - policies  was so itiinute that it seemed almost as  though the two opposition leaders were  blood brothers. Certainly they were both  out for blood and,for a while were in  unison in their Condemnation'of almost  everything the Social Credit" Government  stands for.  Fortunately for.progress,and an expanding economy, the general public is  much wiser than some of our garrulous  "Johny come lately" politicians give credit for and it is abundantly apparent that  very. many supporters of' both Liberal  and NDP turned their backs upon boyish promises and voted for experience.  Performance of the Social Credit  Government will be watched very closely  during the next few years, there is every  possibility by the end of its term of office  a change will be desired. Obviously Socialism is not wanted but the Liberals  might nave av good chance providing they  start working now to that end. First and  foremost is'the need to obtain impressive  candidates. "  " During this past campaign there were  Liberal candidates who were sufficiently stupid to refer to Premier Bennett as  "that silly old man from Kelowna". What  astounding -gall. It was irresponsible  comment such as this that brought about  their downfall and last Wednesday's vote  bore out a comment we made during  the campaign to the effect that August  27th would distinguish the man from the  boys. We somehow suspect it did just  that.  Clae-fefe fi��Fst lamgla ls&@&  STATISTICS at one time had.it that  only three per cent of society is dishonest which might be a lair estimate  for certainly most people are honest. Unfortunately, so much havoc is created by  the three per cent that there- ate times  when one might be justified in suspecting a far greater incidence of-corruption.  Perhaps, by virtue of small population, the presence of sharp operators,  when discovered, causes a greater iurore  in a small community than in larger  cities. On the other harid.it' could be that  people in smaller areas are more trusting and are Consequently conned easier  than their metropolitan counterparts. Result being, the disreputable characters  blossom forth among we country boys  from time to" time,, take the gullible for  all they can and disappear as suddenly as  they arrived,   \, *".";���'-.    .-'���:.'. *  During! thel past couple of years a  number of residents have parted with  hard earned capital in good faith to so  called builders who ultimately left the  area leaving behind them many disillusioned victims. Other slick operators,  active in other trades have also pulled  up stakes overnight and left their shingles  flapping mctrity in the breeze.  Thc number of people taken in by  these people and the number of bills they  leave unpaid is considerable. One such  individual left the area a couple of years  ago leaving behind him a number of, bad  debts." He started'up in business elsewhere and has since gone bankrupt to the  " tunc of ten thousand dollars'arid involv-  Fletcheifa Philosophy  ~*~r" ~r���i pr-  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  W  V  ~<  /|%"V.i  ���     1  \  .��  I  I  0  \^ r  ������M.  ������I  ��-"���  *���- ��*���  \  t* _^.  \  \  I  Only: four  swimmers,  all  residents, tackled the marathon "swim ���  from Keats to Gibsons this year.  It*  was a long swim for 16-year-old Katie  McGrath,   a  student" of Centenmal-  Tired Swimmer  summer. High School who completed mile,in  47 \min., 56 sees. Eleven attempted  swim last year" with seven making  tiie distance.  F.-v.v/y  **.���  L, -Y.1  .   ��-. J.       <�� f\<v .   -  **y ..v...*,.^"-^  i  F      /iP-V^  .���� t ���   -��* _ t V  -���Harry W. Fletcher  FUTURITY \  Now thc bright spring flowers and the fruit       ]  trees bloom  While the Easter styles show the fashion trend,  So it's fairly safe for one to assume  That whatever wo sec wc can comprehend  Without misunderstanding by foe Or frictid;  Which makes me wonder if reason by chance  Went berserk", or really dtd nature Intend  An up-to-date man to wear laco on bis print.*?  What kind of guy wear* a rufflcd-front nhlrt     >  With frills on tlie cuff* nnd a garland of beph.  Or a turtle-neck uweater from soup lo dessert  While squiring a lady at elegant feeds?  For men with long tresses my heart realty  Meeds-���  You can't tell thc fellows from girls at ft glance.  Whatever became of our masculine dcedfi  When what wiu onco male now wears Ince on  Ills panls?  In this modern-day world with it* problem*  unsolved,  Wc wondt*. what future the years will unfold.  And who'll be thc tenders in mankind'*    ���  advance��� ,'Y  Not Mircly these odd balls wilh lace on their  pants!  ing a large number of trusting business  people.  A more recent case involves a person who posed as a builder and when  finally taken to court jumped bail and  is still sought by police. An equally grim  type of operator pulled a similar deal  earlier.  The unfortunate situation is that one  of these people was taken to court for a  comparatively small amount yet in actual fact; "amounts' involving thousands  of dollars were not brought up because  the victims for reasons of tneir own  would not lay charges. Certainly it can  be argued that it is extremely difficult  to recover blood from a, stone, or that  putting a fellow in jail will not recuperate losses. This is true, but as long as  these uriscrifpuloiis con-artists are out of  circulation, others are being protected  from a similar fate.  It might also be argued that, those  who hand out substantial sums of money  ��� to comparative stangers deserve to get  taken, but this is not always as clear cut  as it would appear.  The way of the game is that these  people come into an area, insert advertising in the local press, equip themselves with business cards, join organisations and in general establish themselves as good citizens with an air of reliability. While making their contacts  they impress upon those they meet, the  fact that already they are overwhelmed  with business.  Under such circumstances it is fairly  easy for 'suppliers! and customers to fall  into the age old trap of extending credit.  This is a trap which is sprung too often  and while wc do have laws against fraud,  far too many wrongdoers laugh at it with  thc knowledge that very few will take the  trouble to prosecute.  The only solution would appear to  be to check thoroughly before parting  with goods or money when dealing with  an unknown. If, and when, one docs gct  taken, prompt prosecution could result  in return of money and also save others  a similar fate.  RE&nNPEB,, that the Matinee Club will  ~'meet--Jit the Welcome Beach Hall on  Thursday.ySeptember 4 from 2-4 p.m_  Bring your own. cards, games or hobbies.  The 'first social evening at the hall is  scheduled for. .September, 13 at 7:30 p.m.  when'a Varied program of entertainment  iis being arranged.  Mr, Norm Clark has reported seeing  six flights of geese heading south over  Thornjanby Island on August 27, which  surelyi must be one of the earliest dates  on record.��� Last year, the first sighting o-f  geese reported to your correspondent was  on October 6.'    *  ANOTHER WIN .  . Mrv and Mrs. Roger Bentham who were  proud two weeks ago when their grandsons-Roger and Ricky, Reynolds won first  place in "the Flying Juniors event in the  Western Canadian sailboat race, are now  literally bursting with pride, for 17-year-  old Roger and his crewman, Chris Ebbe-  hoy, last -week won first place in the  Canadian National Intermediate sailing  regatta^ at Toronto, winning the trophy  for the t .West Vancouver Yacht Club  against entries from eight provinces.  The' intermediate class is open to 16  and'17-year-olds. All entrants sailed on  Albacore ~���\ a - 15-foot reinforced- plastic  dinghy rigged with spinnakers. Contestants sailed sax races, counting their best  five. The-B.C. crew* won with 22.4 points,  with the Quebec crew coming second with  26.7 points arid Ontario third with"29.7.  WEDDING  Mir. and Mrs. Harry Lumsden have re-  turned-to Redrooffs following the wedding  of their daughter, Barbara Gail, to Terry  Sutherland, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. M.  Sutherland of' Kamloops. The marriage  took placetm August 23 at St. Christopher  Anglican Church, West Vancouver, with  the Rev. Canon Minto Swan officiating.  "The bride and groom who both plan  caree'rs'in education, will be returning  to UBC for another year.  Spending a few days with the Lums-  dens aFTteHro5ffs_was_theif eldest daughter, Melinda, who had flown home to attend her sister's wedding from Honolulu  where she is on the nursing staff at the  Shrine Hospital. Melmda tried swimming  but found the experience cold after the  warm water of Honolulu.  IN BRIEF  Mrs. Vera Sallis accompanied her sister  and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.'  Fisher,. on a trip to Washington. They  camped on 12,307 ft Mt. Adams, south of  Mt. Rainier National Park where they enjoyed the ~ invigorating air and picked  VlVz gallons of wild huckleberries.  They  ���by Mary Tinkley  returned northwards through a new cutoff through ithe Rainier Valley which was  jammed with cars returning from Oregon  and California.  Since returning home, Mrs. Sallis*  guests have been her two nieces, Mrs.  Bob Mitchell, with her family, Mrs. Victor Smith, with two daughters both from  Surrey and Mr. K. C. Watts vof Calgary  with daughters Bev and Linda.  At the Alex Ellis home have been Mrs.  Ellis' sister, Mrs. M. Thorenson and Mr.  and Mrs. Peter Cameron and their two  children, all of Vancouver.  Visiting the Stan Moffats is their son-  Ken, Mrs. Mels Everall and Mr. and Mrs."  Archie Everall with Glenda, Gary and  Garth, all of Cloverdale.  Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce's guests have  been her nephew, Alan Jacques and his  wife Marguerite of Burnaby.  Spending a few days at the Welcome  Beach home of her sister, Mrs. A. W.  Moore, is Mrs. K. Golley1 of Powell River.  At the Don Ross cottage are Don's sister  and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tip  Corson of Vancouver.  The Doug Foley family after a visit ito  .the PNE were the-guests of Mrs. Ruby  Warne before returning home to Squa-  mish.  Patients in St. Mary's Hospital last  week1 were Mrs. Myrtle Fraser and Boo  Cunningham.  Most fishermen have gone home disappointed with season's catches. Since six  killer whales were seen disporting them-  "selves off Merry Island ori August 25, the  fish have been even harder to find.  Music examinations  show many successes  FOLLOWING music students of Mrs. G.  L.  Brooke, have received word that  they have passed their examinations taken  in 196d|:  Royal Conservatory of Music  'Piano: Grade 1, Jean Cameron (honors), Maureen Cameron, Martina Phillips,  Deircire "Murphy. Grade 2, Roberta Bain  (honors), Rosemary Malcolm (honors),  Wilfred Phillips (honors), Cindy Harris.  Grade 3, Dennise Dombroski (honors),  Heather Walker (honors). Grade 4, Mary  Cameron. Violin: Grade 3, Kim Walters.  Singing: Grade 4, Deirdre Murphy (honors).  Trinity College of Music  Guitar: Grade 4, Roberta Bain. Theory:  Grade 1, Mary Cameron (pass with Merit),  Roberta Bain, Deirdre Murphy. Grade 2,  Louise Rutherford.  riwr- -  -Y"  If."  ,v,._  IT  ���"-. A  V:  ";1.-YYj>  j*-*   .*  E**-*  *..  ���*..       *K . **  "���I Ui  - ���������'?_  *��� ~ \ ,  *���_��*.     i    i   t  Li  Second  Coming .second with a time of 38 min.  30 sees, in marathon swim of one  nautical nrile from Keats to Gibsons,  thirteen-year-old Norman Facey finds  a warm blanket nice to have around  m chally-breeze.. The youngest swim-  meftinHie'race, Norman'is,,a student  at Windsor Ji*. Secondary school.    .  v   *mm millmm t _  ., '   Made It  With a happy smile ^year-old Joan  Hay, a student at University of British Columbia, snuggles into dry wrap  after coming third v/ith time of 39  min. 25 sees, in marathon swim.  m  SALES & SERVICE  24 HOUR REPAIR  SEETOCE  Free Pick-up & Delivery  SS5-954S  as^s_n_s  ggg  gasssar  MP  F��?_>S_I  SB..  "tPi  I%llP  ^/yy/y_f^A^^^  \ Al ��UE RBTZ MOTEL  SERVING PORT ft^ELLOftl TO HALF I  IOOH BAY  We pick you up at your home. Dual controlled cars.  Small automatics now available.  SPECIAL STUDENT RATE  Reasonable Rates - Professional Instruction  rfrrjFffrnnrnrnrrmirnrrfnrrnffrrmrwnirrjriTFrmM,  77//?  \.jm3smmma^e^p^^^Bssms^s.  SES  BRYGOOPS  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  y WEAR'.  LADIES' SPORTS WEAR  Phono 88^-9994  Sunnycrcst Shopping Centre  ���by Lcti- Hanncy  PRAYER  To lx> caught in a beautiful moment  When nil i.*. peace within,  And nil our 1ho.iKhtrr.tre tender with love  And lhanl.�� for the mercien Riven.  When ihe heart is full nnd Rrcntful  We ennnot utter n word,  But  we  know . , . unexpressed as  thought may be ...    ���  Our inmost desire In heard.  the  ThePenihsuui  Published Wednesday* at Scchclt  on U.C'a Sunshine ��o*st  by  Secheit Peninsula Times lAd.  Box 310 -Scchclt, B.C  Poiiglas O. Wheeler, PJItor  A". B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rate*: (in advance)  I Year, $5-2 Years, $9-3 Yesra, $13  t/.S.'ftf-4 Foreign, $3.3��  Sm'lng the: art & from Port Mn-ftes tvEpnont  (Howe Sound to tervl* Inlet)   4   What n thrill It jr. , , . whnt a ixwer there-  Is ��� \  In the mopiciyta of unexpre.wd prnyer,  Just to clone 1 he door to the outer World  And meet with the I*resenco there.  Together we are, in the silence  As the moments pass away,  And our heart*, are filled with thankfulness  For the gift that is our today.  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GUI.F BUBLOBNG  SUPPOES  885-2283 - Secheit, B.C.  IIMHMHWiMJ^^  2��jJJ|jg��  32_3i_l__S_Si____a____!_SSSSSp2SSS  ______  efcfflagB  Brought to you by  thqse progressive  places of business  _m.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  PEIffSUil DRI��E-ifl  ON HIGHWAY 101 at SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  Mako C. Aiders��-. D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pott 0-��.o�� BuiUlng SecheH  Pfiono 603-2333  Etc*. C06-2321  Tuwisy- to Trtiiff 10(90 a.m. f�� 5f30 p.����  Sctunkry 9iJ0 ���.����������. t�� 1(00 p.��w.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTAAfdNT  WIEVEIIS TELEVISION  *% RADIO  STEREO - B & W and COLOR T,V.  Fully Equipped for Color T.V.  Dealers for  ZENITH - PHILIPS - RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  fhmp SB&-2280  GIBSONS, B.C.  ORANGE JUICE AND PACKAGED ONION SOUP  MAKE PARTY CHICKEN A GOURMET DISH  On tho.e oll-too-rorc and lovely occasion? when wc are taken out to dine, how wo  nil enjoy somethino "a little different" . , , Such as Duck a COronoo or Filet Mlnnon!  While these moy be a bit beyond our budgets for every' day dlnlna, there ore many  recipes that con bo iub.tituted ot homo with surprMrigly ilmllar result-, even on a  mini-budget. *���  Ono (Mich meol, which we call "Party Chicken" but which Is simple ond economical enough for a fomily meol, needs only some broiler-fryers, a couple of oronons, o  packoge of onion soup nnd o can of fro/en oronae juice to produce o dl'.h not unlike  tbOMf served In gourmet reitauronts at  "fancy" prices.  mrnm Bros.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2658 - Scchclt, B.C.  Here's how It's done"  PARTY CHICKEN  2 (2-% lb.) txroller-fryicn, split  2 medium novel oranges, unpeeted, cut in < thick tUce***  1 envelope Upton Onion Soup Mix  1 (fi oi.l can frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed  1 cup water  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your fCemfone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  I  pon.  Preheat oven to ..00 degree. F, Place chicken and Orange slices In lorge roasting  Blend Onion Soup Mix with orange jwire concentrote oruf water. Spoon ��me of  onion mixture over chicken ond orange., flake ofxiut   l-1,^ hours, or until tender ond  p\aud,. tes-t^ w*l*>  r*?rr*ol*.!rtF3 onion mlixture,  turning octa.lonnlly.  Serve  with  pon  juice*. Mokes, 6 to 8 servings.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  - HELENE'S  FASHION, SH0PPE  Gibsons, B.C, - Ph, 886-9941  *     ,AS LOW AS  25c A OAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducts  work ond oil tank  in your home.  Call   Bud   Kiewitz  your  Shell  Oil  Distributor  086-2133, Gibsons, B.C. s^f^  *J /���   -      I    '  . I      - -. * F      -�� ' ,  *  \     Y "   ...-���"'���-���i  -f J '���' *      - ' '" "  \ *.  %��  .V  \ .  /:;'  i.  J-  *M'  /,  ��� vi  ���^wi.    i -,  I  ,J  \.  -���*/  1J  V  , - -"~  V  \  /  It is about, three years since Gibsons  3rd Pack' was .formed and last week!  Brownies held their first three-day  camp, making a thorough study of  birds. All set/to' embark on another  interesting ^project are from left  front:..Tanet Dupute  Janet MaoKav  . ' -&ksons* 3rd Pack  Deanna-Paul, Colleen| Hoops, Cindy  JE&audry/JLojrise* **V^?Kay. Mava  Schneider ,ancf Judy vyhite. Back  row: T��wny- Owl. Marilyn Ranniger,  Cathy\ White, Snowy Owl Eileen,  Strom) liyrine Wheeler/ Dawn Blakeman  Yvoftne Inglis. Jo-Anne Laird  Heather Wright, Jannette' Swanson,  and*Bt*own Owl Leaiior_White. -.MosJ;  important fourth.member.of thestaff,  * Quartermaster Mrs. Lenore Inglis,-  was out shopping when picture-was  taken:  *  .5  i .  A  *v  i ���*���-�����-  s  Vv.  / \'  -  ���    ���*���-  /  ^  1.  1  1*.-  f  1  ���������*.  L,  J I.  /f.  '/  r*. -^  t^  -'��.  ����� *  .���V  *',*��***  - V  ��� -IF-  __J^-r'  .^.^.rYj; i  Working With feathers, is a ticklish  business and requires plenty of patience as Brownies Cindy Beaudry,  Concentration  Colleen .Hoops .an^ Louise Mackay  work on canvas banners which will  hold feathered bird motif, one of the  .j;**"*  projects* of Gibsons 3rd Brownie  Pack's first camping venture * at  Camp Olave, last week.  Readers' Right  No facility  Editor, The Times,  Sir: As a repeated visitor to your district, and as a prospective seasonal resident  I wish to draw respectfully the following  matter to your attention as well as to your  subscribers in the Secheit area.  Insofar as I am able to ascertain, there  is no public facility on the ocean coastline between Gibsons and Pender Harbour  whereby one maj^ launch a pleasure boat  from a trailer for fishing or recreational  "use. As reported in your issue1 of the-Peninsula Times, August 13, 1969, approximately two years ago the Federal Government built a breakwater south of Secheit  According to your report, apparently many  people are unaware of this facility and do  not use its moorage, although it is approximately midway between Gibson:,  and Pender Harbor.  Considerable expense must have been  made by the Federal Government to provide this breakwater. From my observations, a partial access road now exists,  and little further work is needed to extend this road by a few feet. This extension would complete the road access and  provide a locale for a public launching  ramp for boats. The present breakwater  and moorage facility could then be utilized to full advantage and would become  a poputer and well-known facility for this  region.'  It seems apparent that the additional  expense would be minimal in comparison  to that already expended by the Federal  Government; and would provide a completed project. Perhaps sanction for use  of this land for a ramp site may have to  be obtained from the Department of  Transport and/or the Department of In-  d an Affairs, or even ether Federal De-  s partments However, I feel that action  'should be expedited to provide a ramp  site m this coastal area. Also, this action  should be initiated now, if the necessary  measures are to be completed for conduction of these facilities in order to have  them available for public usage during the  forthcoming summer season.  I believe that a boat ramp site in the  area adjacent to the breakwater would  prove to be of added economic benefit to  the areas of Secheit, Selma Park, Davis  " "Bay and the Wilson Creek region. Further, its presence, albeit overdue, would  ,be of benefit not only to the tourists and  seasonal resident but also to local residents  The Secheit Peninsula is a fast expanding  region and warrants future planning of a  ^positive nature. I wish to enjoin the Secheit Town Council and other regional  authoritative associations to seriously consider immediate action in an area which  now is seriously singular in its absence of  a much-needed public ramp for launching  of boats.  J. J. STOCK  Elect whipping boys  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Your August 27 editorial regarding the "intolerable interference" of those  .-who criticize elected officials, displays an  F.rwnderstanding of ��� thft.denjocratic. process  r to'incredibly naive'7j#s to *be7downright  dangerous. ���      '   ���-  ? . If the' editorial is to be taken at face  value, then' school trustee, councillors and  other public officials are to have 9arte-  blanc to do as they please, while a docile  citizenry sits dumbly by.  Such njute acquiescence of course, is  not new:. Hitler's Germany, Mao's China,  rid the Southern American states all  provide dramatic examples of the consequences wheh the populace abdicates its  responsibility as a watchdog on those who  govern. ���'*'.������������  The strength of any democracy lies in  its ability to tolerate dissent. Whenever  brave individuals in communist dictatorships have risked: their lives to speak out  against their governments, we in the West  have cheered. But what of ourselves? Arc  1 we who boast of so much greater free  dom, to do' lfess:<Wh'at-vo,"effect, is the dif- ,  fefence  between ' ay people  who   cannot  protest and a people'-who*will'not?      '  The citizen" who believes; his duty is  done when he has cast his ballot is not a  free man at allj- but a willing slave for  whom, democracy. is only - a convenient  myth.- FromsucK a.m^n freedom does not  need to be, taken; he gives it up willingly.  Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked  ,"AU that is' necessary for evil to triumph  is that good men do nothing". Let us hope  Ihere are enough "good" men to keep  protesting, for only 'then' will councils  S'egional boards, and schqol boards serve  their publics well.  MR. and MRS, R. JOHNSON  , - MR. and MRS. P. GROSS  Editors note: With such dedlcaiec protesters we assume their will be no short- ,  * age   of   candidates   for' the   upcoming  elections for council, school board and regional district/ ,       ,  Courteous/ driver  Editor, - The -Times,  Sir���A''few weeks ago we had the  pleasure of spending two sunshine filled  weeks on" "the Sunshine .Coast. We also  had i the unfortunate experience of being  the Peninsula Times Page 5  Wednesday, September 3,1969  passed up by the 8:30 p.m. bus driver to  Powell River.  After spending a few panicky/lninutes  wondering how we would get to Madeira  Park another bus came along which was  going only to Secheit. The driver picked  us up and proved most courteous, he also,  when hearing our situation, took the trouble to ask someone to phone the depot to  hold the first bus for us.  If all the bus drivers were like the  *;rst one it would certainly discourage  Jurists from visiting the Sunshine Coast  Especially when there is only one &us  tompany operating that 'line. v  : A.N.J. (Tourist)  Perth Ambay, N.J.  IBER STAMP.  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE IIMES  ggy.'wswy-  \  I  i.Msj3��s��S��;M��^^^  SATURDAY DELIVERIES  GRAVEL * EXCAVATING  DITCHING *  BACKHOES  Box 172  S��*W"SW&����^^  Secheit  .  i  mw&**��;#^ii$^  ^iSi^iMa��WWI_B_|  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  M.CIPAL VOTERS' LIST - 1%9-1970  QUALIFICATIONS  The names of registered owners will automatically be placed on the list of  voters.. This should be checked-when the preliminary list is posted on October 20,  1969, prior to the Court of Revision held November 1.  1969.  Qualified persons, OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNERS, may have tKeir names  entered on the list provided they have the qualifications shown below. A QECLARA-  TION to this effect must be filed with the Municipal Clerk, on a form provided,  within one week of being made, at the Municipal Office, South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, B.C, ���    ,  THE LIST QF VOTERS Y.ILL CLOSE AT 5 p.m. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1969.  QUALIFICATIOHS FOR PERSONS OTHER THAW REGISTERED PROPERTY OWNERS:  RESIDENT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or.other British subject of the full age  of 21 years, who has resided continuously in the Village of Gibsons, as now  extended,, for'.six(61.'^month's prior to--the.submission-, of the prescribed Declara  tioni^        "'..'���   ���-.--��� ���..,.., .Vji  ,���-;���:-.,.��� -.i  Y'..-v.'-.   ���  TENANT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or other /British subject of the full age  of;21 -yeors,~who has been a tenant in occojS_Ho.. continuously of real property  in the Village of Gibsons/ as now extended, for not less than six (6). months  immediately  prior  to   the   submission   of   the   pi-escribed   Declaration.   Those  \ elfgible are occupants of rented premises, who"do not reside ip the'Village of  :Gibsons. '   '! ���  ' ���.''.':  CORPORATIONS ��� The name of a corporation is not automatically placed on the  list of, electors. Corporations owning property or qualifying as Tenant-electors/  are required to file with the Municipal Clerk written authorization naming  some.person of the full age of 21 years, Canadian or British subject, as its  voting agent Such authorization must be filed not later than 5 p.rr*., September  30, 1969. This-will remain in effect until it is revoked or replaced by the  Corporation.  The fpregolng applies to the Village of Gibsons Municipal List of Electors only,  for use at the Municipal elections in December, 1969. If further information is  required telephone the Municipal Office. 886-2543.  .  Gibsons, B.C.  August 28,  1969.  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  I  jW'%w<WlfcBM3pi��Mae3'ygg^^  .  Timetable  Preparation is the key to success of  a Brownie Camp, and, there was no  doubt about success of this pack's  camp held in the hew Brock Cottage  at Camp Olave, under .supervision of  Brown Owl Eleanor White conducting  her first camp and also being tested  for her Pack Holiday licence. Sixers  of Gibsons 3rd Pack, Wanl Ranwlger,  Geraldine Fyles and Kathy Williams  display attractive timetable with  Pa c k Holiday advisor Margaret  Woodhead, Snowy Owl Eileen Strom,  Tawny Owl Marilyn Ranniger and  Brown Owl Eleanor White.  '  Registered nurses plan  pot luck supper meeting  SUNSHINE 'Const Chapter of the Rcgis-  terod Nurses Association of BrUMi  Columbia will be holding n Pot Luck  supper nuvtinR nt the home of Mm. T.  l*r.mh in Sechdt on Monday, Svptomlx'r  8 ��t 7 p.m. All It.N.'s and active gnuta  iire invited.  The Lonn Cupboard which is available  to anyone on .he Peninsula Ihih been in  use throughout 1he Hummer months, ftesl-  dents are reminded that if there la UlncKH  in the home, the following items ore rtvriil-  ahle for lmm: lwd-pnns, ilrinnh, commodes, vnporizen., wheel-chairs, hospita.  beds, etc. Just call Mrs. T. Lamb at 88!.-  IW.r>.  MWW������MW'������"WMIWMMH��W��I_��1IMMM��I����>IW��WMMMMM1MI^^  CERAMICS  Beginners Class starting September 16th, 7:30 p.m. Decorating  Class for advanced students  starting September 17th, 1:30  p.m.; September 18th, 7:30 p.m.  ROSE -ft AIT ENTERPRISES  Hiorift., BS6-2069  tmdJmmmm  mtmmmmm  _ef��.  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SUN DERBY results pointed, to a-lxmer
_• than' normal abundance'of heavj* .chijp-
ooks. Usually several fish' ori the prize
ligt are in the 30-lb. class hut the "best
effort in this year's * contgs'. was a 29
pouijder. Judging fratn'\:the. .locations
where fish were hooked;,-Fraser Biver
chinooks figured heavily, if not entirely,
among the winners while Sqsiattiisb-bound
fish, usually"- available in - upper Howe
Sound waters, were notably missing from
the picture. '" "   """""
Anyway, it's all over for another year.
The winning fish 'was Harry Morris-
Eeede's 29 lb. 1 oz. chinook boated at the
Point' Grey Bell Buoy/ Second was a 26
lb. 12 oz. chinook taken just off SewelTs
float in Horseshoe Bay by Ed Stenson; and
in number three spot was Bill Griston's
24 lb. 6 oz. fish taken off ,Bowyer Island.
Looking at non-Derby fishing results,
scene of the best action last week was
the Salmon. Rock vjcinity where many
limit catches of cohoes from 4 to 11 lbs.
were taken. Located close-by, and rated
■next most productive - for ■ cohoes were
Gower Point and'Gibsons Gap."
Watch out ^ for those suicide - prone
young coho "grilse!   Waters off the south , AFTER* spending some time at the Doug
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How to get two into one problem ior universities
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BRITAIN is casting about for ways to* provide university places ibr it? exploding
student population.
Today there are 330,000 students. By
1980, it is estimated this number will'neiar-
ly double—to 630,000.
One way to expand university capacity
without major increases in costs, suggests
the committee of  vice-chancellors and
principals, is to stretch the academic year.
Instead of (the present tbnee 10-y.ieek
terms,  there '-would  be  three   15-week,
terms, or six 8-week, terms.      *„
Under the 15-week seherne. all students
would attend .two out of three sessions,
each year.' This woulji" accommodate a
'third more studebts without A\cutback in
the t^acher-s^tudent ration amcl wiUaout'
heavy biulding expenses.
But so far, aca4emic opinion is by no
means unanimous—even on Ihe commitiee-
Around Gibsons
Bowen Island! shore,1 the I*o_nt Grey Bell
Buoy and,the North Arm Jetty axe loaded
with these sub-legal sized fish, Trolled
bucktails and small- spoons are proving
to be dynamite.        •    . 7 '    -
-And * while on the .subject, .of young
cohoes, prospects look good for. coho jacks
on the Fraser River "bars this fall. A small
percentage of those abundant coho grilse
out there in the gulf right now are males
with a" premature yen for the spawning
grounds. This percentage should represent
a good number- of jacks. ■  ,
At the present time the bar fishery is
slowly beginning to pick up. Catches
checked at -the bars and angler's reports
indicate chinook jacks and the odd coho
to 5 lbs. are available at Muench, Edge-
water, Glen Valley and Duncan Bars.
Incidentally, we don't like to harp on
regulations but it seems the'officers are
still running into anglers going by the
somewhat confusing regulation a few-
years back. At that -time, the bag limit
was eight salmon over 12 inches of "which
not more than four fish could be over
3 lbs. in weight. The new ruling, of
course, is simply four salmon of a minimum length (snout to fork) of 12 indies.
Rough .marine weather kept ithe fleet
ashore most of the week making it difficult to ^et a reading on the' salmon potential in the northern section of the Sunshine
Coast.   .'" :  '   • ,-
Sheltered .waters of Thxilin Passage
and Okeover Arm received some effort but
produced very few 'fish.' Boats' have all
but abandoned Toba Inlet. The only noteworthy catch in this general area was an
IS,lb. chinook at Sarah Point.
Coho fishing at- exposed Grant. and
Mystery Reefs below Savory Island was
almost nil due to the weather-
Scotch Fir Point yielded a few fish on
Saturday. Eight boats checked afloat here
reported a total catch of 5 cohoes from 6
to 8 lbs. and 11 grilse to .2 lbs.
Egmont remains slow,
In Secheit Inlet; a few fish were' taken
Sunday evening in ithe vicinity of Porpoise
Bay. Four of, 12 boats' chedked .afloat had
salmon aboard—2 chinooks of. 10 arid 18
lbs,i 2 cohoes and 2 coho grilse.
, Weather permitting,' cohoes and chinooks in the ,12-15 lb: 'size- ttknge were ■
available, at Quarry Bay and at Bjerre
Slioal. A few limits were reported at
Quarry B^y, Ten boats were afloat Saturday morning' at these locations.' All had
fish, and the Oatch totalled 2 .chinooks of
Hand 15 lbs., and 18 cohoes,averaging
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.Last Wednesday, Dr. Hassen of West
Vancouver 'boated a 41 pound chinook at
,the Indian Island hole inside Pender Harbour, , ■ ■       '
On Monday of the current week, jdl
nine boats checked afloat between Francis Point and Lee Bay had fish aboard and '
their catoh included 6 chinooks from 6 to
12 lbs., .5 cohoes averaging 8 lbs., and 3
ling cod.
Horses with crepe soles
IF YOUR horse seems to be rating with
a springier;step these days it may,be
because he's wearing rubber ihoes, U.S.
manufacturers of tlie urethant; synthetic
rubber horseshoes claim all kinds of advantages for their various models, ' For
example, they outwear steel or aluminum
shoes by three to onp; they aro self-cleaning; they reduce ithti heating effect of the
heavier' trUiel shoes and th^y provide «
cushioning effect. At lf*ast one type is
Klue«|S on with an epoxy. resin. They even'
come in colors. ..       ,.'•-'  * •  	
las home at Gower Point, Miss Ellen
Douglas hopes to go to India this autumn.
S&e served as a Presbyterian Missionary
in India 20 years ago but family responsibilities have kept her home these last
18 years. She has served as hospital visitor and presbytery deaconess in Vancouver. For the past 2 years, Miss Douglas
has been on leave of absence from the
Society Staff and has been serving as
deaconess in her home city of New Westminster.
' Ellen Douglas has been asked to go to
India to be consultant and advisor in educational matters. Although there has
been unavoidable cutting down because
many missionaries are not being allowed
to return to India, the Board has asked
that Miss Douglas be permitted to return
for one year. Apparently the documents
were not received in India where mails
are very poor in some parts and so far a
permit has not come through; however
the visa process is still going on so Miss
Douglas is looking forward to returning
to India.
To remove dirt from a felt hat rub the
entire -surface with extra fine sandpaper.
The m>uH is a cltian new look.
Attending a reunion at the-home of
Mrs. Linda Andrews at Madeira Park recently were Mrs. Irene Sundstrom from
Kirkland Lake, Ontario; Mrs. Edna Ingham formerly of Kirkland Lake who now
resides in Vancouver; Mrs.'-'Pearl Derri-
cott,- Madeira-Park Postmistress; Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Havisto, Eymont; Mrs. K. E.
Germain. Garden Bay and Mrs. Alice
Cherry of- Gibsons, •
Visiting'Mr. and Mrs; Nelson Moore
were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zandee from
v'Mr. and Mrs. Gill Yocklowitz and, son
have moved to Prince George.
A dinner party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Rob McQueen recently, honored
Mr. and Mrs. Macintosh arjd their daughter .Marjorie with her husband and four
phildren who were visitors from, Califor-
•nia... ',. 7      ',.'■',,.'■'■
Mrs,, F." J. .Wyngaert was on a brief
visit to Vancouver Island to see friends
and relatives.   V
Mr. and Mrs.". Ron Brackett and fam-
1   Sly have' returned from' a 2 week vacation
at the Gulf Islands.  ,    .
• Dr..'E'.'N. Cambon; Dr. K. G.'Cambon
and family from Vancouver were vacationing at their country horrie on Lower
Roberts Creek Road.
Visiting Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Daugher-
ty is the latter's father Mr. E. T. Trerise
from Haney.
Gibsons Memorial Uriited Church will
hold a family barbeque and fun night on
. September 14th" for members and adherents.
Mr. and Mrs., Bernard Mulligan enjoyed a holiday recently when they travelled byroad to Williams Lake and Ana
him Lake.   |'
Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor L.
Richmond was Mrs, J, Kermode from
Visiting at the R. E. Williams home is
Mrs. Williams' sister from Victoria.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. U, B. Metcalfe entertained a few frier-da1 at the tea
Guests* of Mr. and Mm. Wiljo Wimi
recmtly were Dale Kermode; Mrs. Ar-
lcne Smith uxvd Mr. and' Mm. Douglas
Kermode nil'from-Vernon.
Mr„ and Mrs. Slgmund "Johanscn have
left-on a trip, destination California.
While in Vancouver last week, Miss
Chaddie Bremner enjoyed a luncheon
party with,hbr cousin.' from Oregon who
had come to chow their Suffolk sheep at
the P.N.E.' They were prize winners.'
Vis;iting   Mrs.  Eileen   Glassford   were
Jim; Bill and Donna Glassford from
QuesneL After spending the weekend
here Miss Donna Glassford went on to
Victoria Where she will enter .nurses
training at St. Joseph's Hospital	
Mrs. C. Reynolds from Vancouver is
visiting at the home of her grandson Bill
and Bonnie Nimmo.
Mr. and Robert Barnes and -family have returned from an interesting
camping trip. They visited Jasper; Lake
Louise and Banff; the Caribou and Kamloops taking pictures of Elk, Deer and
other animals they saw along the way. *
Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Irvin of Dallas,
Texas have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Thurston who live on Georgia Bluff.
The two families met when they were
visiting the Peace River Dam and have
been friends ever since. -_
IT WAS in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W, S.
Potter and Miss Cathy Potter that Mr.
and Mrs. John Brandys hosted a delightful-
buffet dessert and coffee party on Tues.-,
day evening of last week.
Mrs. Potter was presented with an exquisite corsage of "yellow rosebuds and Mr.
John Brandys proposed a toast to the
Potters. Pink and white gladiolus and
pink candles graced the table, Mrs. Don
Hoops presided at the urn. A very pleasant social time was enjoyed at this lovely
farewell party.
On September 1, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Potter and daughter moved to Nortth Vancouver where Mr. Potter will be teaching
at the Dellbrook Senior Secondary SchooL
Adherents and friends of Calvary Baptist Church, Gibsons, received a special
challenge the weekend of 'August 24 when
a series of events began with a Pot Luck
supper on Friday evening. This was followed by an. interesting set of slides, explained by Mr. G. N. Weston who is Stewardship and Public Relations Representative from Briercrest Bible Institute.
Sunday morning witnessed, a special
church service, the speaker being Rev. H.
Klassen, Home Director of Wycliffe Bible
Translators. Prior to assuming aldministra-
tive work in this organization, Rev. Klas-
seri spent sorrie years in Mexico,Traducing
languages to writing and developing
alphabets for them.
Following .the regular evening worship
service, a farewell was held for four
young people going to Briercrest Bible Institute near Moose Jaw, Sask., Maureen
Owen, Brian Cooper and Stephen Rigby
will be taking High School, whereas Edward Cooper is returning for Bible School
classes. Audrey Owen was not present at
the farewell, but is another young person
from this community returning for Bible
Guest soloisi. for .both morning and evening services was Mrs, C. Chartrand from
It is most commendable that the, Kin-
ettes have been able to carry out so successfully their very worthwhile project of
playground supervision i tit Dougal Park,
Eileen MacKenzie and Angela Willis? are
much to be congratulated for their wonderful work with the children,
Many grateful mothers have appreciated their services. Numerous youngsters
have been delighted with what has been
done for them. Happy times were enjoyed
over games, handicrafts, painting, etc., it.
was indeed a wonderful opportunity for
the kiddies to do and learn many interesting things.        .       , .
This summer's popular sessions came
to a close wMli a charming pert ishow on
Thursday .afternoon, Canine and feline
entries were carefully watched by their
young owners, while the judges measured
tails, earn, etc. Prire ribbons wtit; displayed by many winners,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Black of North Road
were accompanied by 'their daughter
(Doris),  Mrs,  Mickey  Parsey  and  Nonie
Peninsula Hotel ball players who
wiped out Port Mellon team with S - 0
score during Sea Cavalcade exhibition game are from left, back row:
Dick Scott, Gerry Dixon, Alex Skyifcte,
Danny Coates, Freeman Reynolds,
Lee McGee and Vince Lemke. Fjont:
Lowell Pearl, Kerry .Eldred, Gordon
Hauka, Bob Crosby and Doug Hughes.
Parsey when they went to Ontario by
train to spend a month visiting relatives
and friends. They were in Toronto and at
Georgian Bay, they stayed with cousins
who had a cottage there. On the return
journey they ohose to travel by plane.
Lyndon Cramer has returned to Moose
Jaw, Sask., where he attends school.
A work bee was held at the Pentecostal
Church on Friday evening followed by refreshments. Pastor With led in a devo-
iional period-
Mrs. M. Hollowink, accompanied by
twin daughters Evelyn and Marilyn, en-
"pyed a holiday when she motored over
Rogers Pass. They visited Mrs. Hollow-ink's brother-in-law at Sicamous, son at
Golden, friends in Kimberley, relatives at
Creston and two daughters and their fam- ■
ahes at RiondelL I
Mass Sheryl Smith and Miss Brenda
Weinhandl are entering ihe school of nursing at St Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, this
Mr. and Mrs. Don Horseman and family were accompanied by Mrs. Blanche
Horseman when they motored to Berry-
moor, Alberta, on a 13-day holiday recently, to visit relatives. They found the roads
were very dusty in parts of Alberta.
Guests at the Horseman home are Ethel
Phillips from Oourtenay, Vancouver Is-
" land, and Mrs. Horseman's brother Tom
from Alberta, who had the misfortune to
fall "from a 'borse,' 'breakirig'' bones in his
■ Guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ross Gibson
is a cousin Mr. Karl Fraser from Parrs-
boro, Nova Scotia.'
Miss Lee Wiren will be going into
nurses training at Vancouver General
Hospital this month.
Mr. Dave Rees Recently enjoyed a wonderful trip to Edmonton; his eldest son
and eldest daughter saw him off on the
jet from Vancouver Airport and Vk. hours
later he was being greeted in Edmonton
toy another son and his wife. During the'
visit,he toured a huge chemical plant and
was shown all the fine sights of the city,
parliament buildings, etc. While motoring
to Calgary to spend two days with a
granddaughter and her family, Mr. Rees'
son saw to it that his father visited places
of interest which he had traversed over 50
years before. At Calgary, it is a great
sight ito see the city from the top of the
Husky Tower.
Mr. Rees enjoyed the return trip by
plajte as.th'e sky was cloudless all the way
and on, arriving in Vancouver another
happy family reunion awaited at his
daughter's home. Visiting were her son
and his wife and family from Nanaimo,
also 17-year-old twin girls, her granddaughters from another part of the city.
Mr. Rees arrived in Horseshoe Bay just in
time for the weigh-in of the Sun Salmon
Derby, where there was a huge crowd
and boats of ail description coming in
from fishing,
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The position of the ball in relation to your stance
can affect the direction your putts will take. (This
•assumes that the path of your putter during yojur,,
stroke follows a path similar to that shown in the'
Notice in the illustration that when the ball is
played too far back in the stance (ball at right) it
is struck with,the clubface looking to the right of
target. The clubface strikes the ball before it can
return to looking down the target line as it did at'
If you play the ball too far forward (ball on left),
you won't strike it until the putterhead has started
moving back to inside the target line and is facing
to the left.
Therefore, if you normally push your putts to
the right, try playing the ball farther forward. If you
normally pull them to the left, play it farther back
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but you can rnlnlmljte the domaoe rhey do, according to the Canadian Paint
Manutacturer.' Association, Fir.t, protect your plants and lawn furniture
with tarpaulin or plaMlc dropclothi, (Note; Don't cover plant, or s.hrUbs
with clear plaMlc drop cloth, on a hot, sunny day.) Next, protticl youn-clf
by wearing comfortable old clothe., As a final touch, rub protective croam
on your hond. and arm*, brfore you beoln the paint. That way, paint
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Put a ttop to paint falluiet by preparing properly before you begin
Id paint, remind!, the' Canadian Paint Manufacturer.' AwocloUon, lt'_
always a good Idea to chork tho caulking oround windows and doors and
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are peeling or cracking should be sanded down to bare wood and a primer
After exposure to winter weather, ihe wrought iron railings around
your home may be In need of a touch-up, reminds Ithe Canadian Point
Manufacturer*' Association, flaking paint and rutted railing, (.hould be
.ande-J down ond a cool of ru'-t-lnhibltlng primer vhcx^ld be applied,
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Wednesday, September 3,1959      The Peninsula Times  Page f  j-���*.  >s  f-S  ���i" -  , ***  ��� v  ����� �����  V-  i.\  .4.  / v.  r  * >  Y  * .  v. >���  *        *  .1  _  Vv  _t * *  ��� Junior Cyclists    *��� _ , .*.-,"'-       ' ''."/''<.-'  Junior members of the Vansoouver   dentist, Dr. Roger Si__rnner.\Stittjr��-   1>lf��4/��'l _ni_rv^T4-l_Ctfri4_'45  Cycle Club, Tom Mitchell, ��>ave Gill    cuperatingimm. a broken colarfae   ��a UtUi Uv-UlU-SUlO  aud Michael McPhalen register for    suffered in a mis-bap at Stanley Bark;  the <ribsons Sea Cavalcade cycle race   Dr. Sumner was unable to participate  with international cyclist and Gibsons   in tbe as-mile race." *      * Y '-���Y. ���;  JRFew Mfnisfer .  Induction ser��ice planned  for Gibsons United Chnfck  Creek and Wilson Creek.  A young man ��� and a 'bachelor, 3fcev_  REV. James (Jim) L. Williamson will be  inducted as -minister of Howe* Sound  Pastoral Charge at ,7 p.m. Sunday, September 7 at Gibsons United Church. The  inducaion service will be, preceded. by a  Pot Luck Supper at 5:38 pan.  . Port McNeil on Vancouver Island was  Rev^ Williamson's first charge where he  served for two years after taking his B.A.  degree at University of British Columbia  and seminary ,at Union College.  Born in. Ottawa,, Ontario, Rev. Williamson worked in the Bank of Canada in  Ottawa and Calgary for three years before entering the Ministry.  The Howe Sound Charge takes in four  churches, Port Mellon whose ministry is  shared between the Anglican Church and  the United Church; Gibsons Village;  Roberts Creek and Wilson Creek. Commencing   September   14,   Rev.   Williams  will be conducting services in all four    churches, every second and fourth Sunday. Every first and third Sunday, ser- Connie Mack managed the Philadel-  vtpes will  be held in Gibsons:  Roberts    phia Athletes from 1901 to 1950.  THERE was a decline in the number of  . < fatal accidents in 'Canada in i&68 compared to the previous year Ior the first  jtime since I960.1 *     ,  Accidental deaths totalled 11,493, in  1968 oompared^t&-ll,&9��- in 1967 apd the  accidental death rate per 1.00,000 papulation dropped from 56.8 to 55.4 in the same  period.  This infohnation is' contained in, "Accl-  ' A  "*. i W-PY do some astute businessmen watch  " ' their health as carefully as they watch  J their   profit-and-loss   statements?   And,  ^\ conversely, why do others, equally astute,  remain oblivious to their personal health  \ until  confronted with a  serious emer-  j gency?  j The Canadian Cancer Society sjis-  . | pects tnat in the answers to these tjues-  \ j tions is the solution to the problem of  j 'vrj.hy more men succumbed to caneer last  year than women. The ratio was 56 men  to 44 women.  Many types of cancer, the Society  points out, can be cured if detected early  and trejated promptly. Thus, some forms  of an -early warning system should bet  set up by each individual and such *a  system exists. It is neither expensive nor  bothersome.  i   This warning system isn't complicated  it consists of an annual physical checkup.  For various reasons, Canadian men  ignore these checkups, while women  often welcome them. The Cancer Society  reports that about thiee times as many  women go for checkups as men and this  is reflected in death rate figures. Among  women, the caneer death rate has decreased while for men it has increased  mostly due to lung cancer.  Often as a result of the simple physical examination cancer is detected before it has begun to spread, and this is  its most curable stage.  The fmal answer to cancer lies in re  *"���    _  M**im^  4   *  "N  *  _    .    <*   .  < ;t---  * .-���  V.  y  .  V  .��/  ~ ?   ****���  v-  V.    *  R* ^*  *. "  ��**_M  \ * jA  **���       --F-^^rf-S.  **Jrt��f*.  7  i  . * > .-*  v''  *���*,  ,V  _-1_-i'_iiiiI ihH_L_��wi  *���** **��   . *  -*^*Ji��   _r  1  Time'? Up .          Sounding shrill across the Bay at   from their beds to participate to the  seareh, says the Canadian Cancer Society.   Selma Park, the horn operated by   Annual  Selma  Beaeh,   Labor  Day  A contribution to the society hastens the   M^s* 'Ruth  Biggar woke  residents    weekend fishing derby.  day when cancer will finally be defeated  Uterine cancer, a major cause of  death among women, could be almost 100  percent curable if discovered in time. A  dent Facts- 19S8/' .prepared, this .month by  Williamson's main interests"-are working    *"e Canada Safety Council in co-operation    simple,   painless   examination,   the   Pap  with young people, particularly ^teeiiagers " witl1 ltiie dominion Bureau of Statistic^     test,  makes it possible   for   doctors  to  and   young    married   people" including    Tlial Statistics section." detect cancer of the uterus many months  members    and  . non-members    of    the Traffic l^emained by. far .the main_c$use-   before any symptoms appear.  Church also seeking out the lonely-peb-    ��f. accidental deaths,^ acoouniihg for 5,375 _      Cancer is found throughout the plant  pie in the community He also believes'- iii L fatalities or 46.8 per cent of the totaL The     and . animal kingdoms. Fossils from the  ----'���  1967 figure was 5,412.  *   35ie other leading -causes of accidental  deaths were falls, 1,713 compared to 3,711  in 1967; drownings, 1.087 compared to 1;200  in 1967; fire and explosions, -682 compared  to 729 in 1967; poisonings, 593 compared to  484 in 1967 and suffocations, 534 compared  $0 560 in 1967. '  Qf all non-transport accidental deaths,'  2f305  or 40.1 per cent occulted in the  home-  full co-operation with the Anglican  Church, and will encourage lull use of  the church hall facilities.  During his two years at Port McNeill,  Rev. Williamson was very close to the.  community, acting quite often in the cap**-  acity of counsellor as there are very few  social services in that remote. area -on  Vancouver Island. In Gibsons he is establishing an office in the Church annex  with the same telephone, number as 3jis  residence on Shoal Lookout, so- -that he  will always be available when needed.  His telephone number is'886-2333.  For'added storage protection for your  blankets, after laundering, add a cup of  mothballs to the rinse water. The mothballs dissolve in the warm water and  evenly saturate the blankets.  dinosaur age indicate that cancer i has  probably existed almost from the beginning of lifa Cancer of found in all countries and peoples, and contrary to belief,  the Eskimo is just as subject to cancer as  the white man or Negro.  Thousands of Canadians are alive and  well today because of the work of the  Canadian Cancer Society. Form the life-  saving habit. Have a health checkup  whenever you notice an unusual' symptom.  "The best thing to save for your old  age is you, says the Canadian Caneer  Society. You can held to do this by a  regular checkup and a regular cheque  to the Canadian Cancer Society.  _*  *l  V  f   1  _��'  1   _ ���  _        ���*  :-Y-f ft. $*/  \*!  ���*  ������*�����,*  *' -*T __  ���_''  ���'.������-/  */  V  Unemployment Insurance  ���    ��� ���     ���     ��� ������                 ���..������������ ���      ���.._'���'      .      t  Any Questions please?         ��./*,   _,  * ���*---* **,. V -Cf^v-"-'  'yW7��&-&-8\t >.('  - v ' - t\ ��� .-'       \  . -    *      * ���      v**.v.-.��> N  _    * <�������������� �����; -'   - \  ~--.F-  - .  -��>  V  11'  ._    1     J  ,' Q. What could, happen tp me it. I -fjjp  not report earnings while drawing Unemi  ployment Insurance benefits?  - A.- First-you would be required to pay  back any benefit received above your entitlement. You might also he subject to  prosecution under the Unemployment Insurance Act. or a penalty might be assessed. This penalty is for a given, amount of  money and must be liquidated before future benefits are pai$ to you. If p.x>se,cu-,  tion was undertaken, you might be subject'  to a fine not exceeding $500, or six months  in jail,; or both. If in .the opinion of the  insurance officer your failure ito report  earnings was an oversight, no fiinther .action would Ibe taken except to recover, the,:  amount overpaid."..':!    ,. '  "Q. If I work" part "time at a lck*al de-  paxtmesit stotfe' and receive my holiday  pay each time I get paid,, what do I report  on bi-weekly report forms?  ��� A. Whenever you work you must declare your gross earnings. In your case;  ai you receive holiday pay each pay period, this must be included. You should  indicate 'om your report form, in the detail  section, that part of your salary which is  holiday pay.       : '  ���-,,;* Questions should 'be referred to Infor-  ' piation. Services, Unemployment Insurance Commission, Vanier Building, 222  Nepean Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� Tel.  996-2975.  li  New Minister,  Rev. James L. ��� WdJfiamson will be of-    Charge, next Sunday at 7 p.m. in  fjoally inducted into the felowship    Gibsons. .   .-. * .���  ���  of tho United Church, Howe Sound  I " "    '  I  1  I  8  a  1  ^HIU)RE^(0^g|y7 |  O.  3U   I  BACIC TO -SCHOOL CLOTHING  includmg-  ''GIRLS'"-DRESSES AT REDUCED PRICES.    *"����l"��*"-__����)��i��W���� 11 I���_.��n>_>__-_>___, ,in        -MP.I  SCHOOL SUPPLIES - WE HAVE THEi  .    STILL, SOME SPECIALS AVAILABLE  FOR INSTANCE���KEY KITS e  Reg.1 3.29 _..���_ FOR j  Bpfterick Catalogue with ALL the  Fall Patterns  AND A COMPLETE RANGE OF PATTERNS IN STOCK.  GflMOJtFS WMklBW SHOP  Sccf.cJi' 885-9343  ^^^1-i.v/^rr^^^  TIJC  ot  TRUE-BUUE  JENDLY  . BEER  ACM).. CANADA  <��Z7sz  iraATusmsT  W* ��6nffywwA U nol (Mblislwd or tiififtt \>t ��ht Linm. 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This baseball game  Vas very well played and either team  could have won or lost.  The shortline totals: Firemen, 6 runs,  10 nits, 1 error, 5 men left on base; Kinsmen, 4 runs, 4 hits, 3 errors, and 10 men  left on base. The winning pitcher was  Rick Blakeman who pitched 3% innings,  gave up 4 runs, on 3 hits, walked 8, struck  out 7, and hit 1 batter. Bill Sluis'pitched  2% innings, gave up no runs, on 1 hit,  walked 3, and struck out 5. The losing  'pitcher was Kerry Bjornson, who in 1%  innings, gave up 5 runs, on hits, walked  1, struck out none. Steven Charlesworth  in 3-Hi innings, gave up 1 run, on 2 hits,  walked 1, struck out 4.  Those who played for Kinsmen were:  Mark Jeffry, centre field, with Warren  Dixon coming in the bottom of the 4th,  Kelly Hall, right field, Kenny Hall, catcher, Kenny Buckle, shortstop, Keith  Comeau, left field, Brian Evans, 1st base,  Mike Marleau, 3rd base, Kerry Bjornson  aid Steven Charlesworth in the 2nd,  sharing the pitching, and Jim Wiren 2nd  base, Jim Bjornsen, 3rd base, Bruce  Green, 1st base, going to shortstop in 4th,  Bill Sluis, shortstop, going pitcher in 4th,  Danny Girard, left field, John Volen,  right field, Rick Blakeman, pitcher, going  1st in 4th3 and Brian Partridge, centre  field.  Firemen opened the scoring in the 1st  inning when Greg Gibb singled, was forced at 2nd by Jim Bjornson, who later  scored on singles  by Bruce Green  and  Bill Sluis. Kinsmen threatened in the 2nd  inning as Keith Comeau and Brian Evans  walked,  but   the  next batter  grounded  into -a. double play 1st base to catcher to  end  the rally.   Firemen  knocked   Kerry  Bjornson out in the 2nd inning with 4  runs scoring  when  John Volen  singled.  Rick Blakeman walked, Brian Partridge  singled to score Volen, Ron Girard singled to score, Partridge and Greg  Gibb  tripled , to   score  Partridge  and   Girard.  Kinsmen scored 1 run in the 3rd when  Jim Wiren walked, Kelly Hall and Kenny,  Hall  walked to load  the bases and  Kenny Buckled singled to score Wiren. 3  more runs scored for Kinsmen in the 4th  when Mike Marleau walked, Jim War-  en  singled,  Mark  Jeffry  was hit  by  a  pitc*h, Kelly Hall walked to force in Marleau,   Sluis . relieved,   and   Kenny   Hall  walked to force in Wiren, Keith Comeau  walked to force in Jeffry before the side  was retired. Firemen scored the last run  oj the game in the bottom of the 5th on  Bill Sluis's single, a ground-out, a stolen  base, and a error by the catcher. Kinsmen  ���threatened in the Cth inning when, they  loaded the bases with 1 out on, a walk to  Kelly Hall,  a single by Kenny  Hall,  a  single by Genny1 Buckle, but the next bat-,  ter lined to the 1st baseman who stepped  on the bag for an unassisted double play  to retire the side.  For Kinsmen Kenny Hall did a good  Job catching behind, the plate and Steven  Charlesworth pitched a fine relief performance. For Firemen Rick Blakeman  and Bruce Green each played well, but  on the overall both teams played excellent baseball and credit is due Bill Wil.son  for a good came effort. Credit is due to  Red Addison for constantly giving up his  lime to umpire Little League baseball and  to you, sir, thank you very much. All  other persons who have umpired both behind the.plate and on the, bases are.alw.  to be, thanked. To the parents who caw  every game their youngsters played and  supported the {earns all season, thank you  parents! It would be hoped that more  parents, especially those who just send  their kids to ball games and collect them  later, would try to see their kids in action. To watch kids play ball is indeed  a true enjoyment to myself and all others  involved. Until we meet again next year  in baseball, so long and good luck to all!  Sawdust is the dandruff from blockheads.  Limit  Highways Dept. is not Mdding when  they give maximum of 40 around this  curve at Wilson Creek. Petition by  Community Association resulted in  playground sign being erected on  curve which is a warning to exercise  care but does not enforce 15 mph  speed limit along stretch of highway  which divides public beach from motels. This stretch of highway is more  hazardous in summer when beach  users.park cars on either side and  many residents hope for an alternate  route to take fast moving trucks and  ferry traffic.  Page 8      --���    The Peninsula-Times-  Wednesday, September 3,1969  $6,000 Bowling grant  launches tournaments  BOWlJMGjfc-'a 'recipient of a $6,000 grant  from the'British Colombia Fitness and  Amateur Sports Fund it was announced  today by the Honorable Leslie R. Peterson, chairman of the Fund.  Most of the money will be used in staging a Champion of Champions bowling  tournament in every bowling center in the  province during the "British Columbia  Festival,of Sports" next May.  "This is a* tremendous shot in the arm  for bowling" says Sid Manning, secretary  of the B.C. Bowling Association. .  "We are delighted and our participation  in the Festival 'will be the most extensive  spouts program in the province. All bowlers will benefit from the government's interest in bowling.  There sre over 90,000 bowlers in B.C.  and Festival "plans include playdowns in  116 centers in 73 cities and towns. Zone  finals will-be held in Cranbrook, Trail,  Revelstoke," Salmon Arm, Kelowna, Pen-  ticton, Prince George,. Prince Rupert, Chilliwack, Port Coquitlam, Nonth Surrey,  Richmond, Vancouver, North Vancouver,  Powell River, Courtenay, Nanaimo and  ���Victoria. 7  Provincial tournements are slated -for  Kamloops ��10-pin), and Vernon (5-pin)  during the second week of the Festival.  The 'tournament will culminate in the  Canadian Championships and a Pacific  Northwest Championship to be held in  Vancouver during the last week of May.  Cold xoast beef will stay moist and  tasty if xtas wrapped in a dampened piece  of -cheesecloth while it is still warm.  ��r  /  * v  >-  t    ���  i\  \  r*  I   ���"*>���      _.   #.*"i���* *   *  A j   -Ttf- \s\* .  '-__. LJl* ��� i   -i _  j f;  '!!  _Y  .**    *   i,*  ^   X  -I  ��� 1  .*-  -\.  H    I  _*T  T    .  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