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Y. l.l  &.. ���__.* ',i*  Yr��k  Fails, to return' ;eqtii|S&eiif*  council mo��es for .deposit  SUNSHINE Coast Lions Club came in for  '. criticism at,last meeting of Secheit  Village Council with a statement by  Alderman Morgan Thompson that he felt  a letter should go to the club expressing"  regret that members had failed to remove  equipment from Hackett Park, left thuare  since the annual May Day. event.  one time the cabk.was missing for almost'  a year. It had been acqiuredoriginally for  use of the' recreation commission which  later disbanded. ,-.���_--.  'Mayor Bill Swain expressed the view  that if people hava't the decency." to" re-  tiirn  equipment   when- council   has , the -  good grace to loan it, then it should be  Service  'Scrying'the^SynsKfhV.Co'ast, -(Howe^Spund'to Jervis'lnlejr), including Port Mellon, H<y*kins Landing/ Grronthqrris-NLanding/ Gibsons, Roberts C  Wilson-Creek, Sefrirta I^rR/S^cKelVHol^mcfe) Bay, Secret CoVe/Pender Harbour, Madeira^  . . -Y , . ���   '���.../..ru, .y< i,u7,1 yy . y ,._t���, /. .^ . ' .'7 '     <'.".'.���'-r*���Y    .'  _���>���  ,  v        Registration No. 1142  X #,     2nd Class Mail  Volume 64 No. 45 10C  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8,1969  Aid. Thompson also drew attention to    macb clear to them'they will riot'get it  *-_4.      ii 4      Xl_._       lr:ll       T>   A  i.  __^l_      *"W��...   JllA    4U_   T  i -_J    __i    ���!  the fact that the Village P.A. system  which had been loaned to the Club for  tfye May Day event was still not returned.  "This is - ridiculous^ that equipment is  worth between two and three hundred  dolldrsand is out without any kind^f  control being exercised over it" he said..  It was explained that this is not the  again. "How did the Lions come to get it  in the first "place?" he asked.        *.   -:*���  Aid. Thompson explained it" had been  loahs'd them-for the May Day~"this".isr"  getting absurd" he added.       i   Mayor   Swain,   suggested, control,\in  future should be the reversibility of-the -      _   Recreation   Chairman.    Aid..  Thompson,,  first-' time   the 'council  has encountered' "argued that as* the equiprnent is 'kept InY  diff iculty' in - recovering  the system.  At  wofcpeiAYeD   " Elphinstone's  two   laboratory   science  addition- being erected   by Guran  Construction at' a cosf of-$135,425 is far behind schedule. Project was originally de- -  layed, awaiting arrival 'of concrete blocks.:  The   weather  has been responsible   for'  some delay bvit it seems the main rea"son  is .the dire shefrtage of masons. \  CANCELLATION  .- Thanksgiving Day' Tournament and  Steak-In scheduled for October 1 by the  Sunshine "Coast Golf aiid Country Club  bis been cancelled, due,, it is understood,  to lack of reservations, -  NEIGHBORLY NEWS  Newspaperman and broadcaster, Edgar  Dunning, known for his Sunday- mornfng  p_x>gram:"Neighborly.News"o*t CBC, offers listeners who miss his review' of weekly .'newspapers ,the opportunity to read  items of interest in his column of the same  name. First column "Neighborly Jfews"  appears.in this week's Times.  FOREST FIRES IN AUGUST  During the month of August there were  1,217 forest fires throughout Canada which  damaged some 373,000 acres of woodlands.  In *the-month of August last year there  were-1,188 forest fires which damaged a  total of 136,000 acres. The cumulative total  \ for the. 1969 .forest fire season, up to .the.  end of August, indicates there were an  estimated 5,820 fires damaging 1,628,000  acres- bf forest. - By comparison, in the period to- August 31 last year there were  6,209 -fires which -damaged "2,04l;O0O acres.  the Village office; responsibility for signing it in and out should, rest with the  -clerk'. He later suggested a "deposit might,  prove the best solution. This was: agresd   '  to by Aid. Rodway and Mayor Swain who';  suggested'a" deposit 7of $50.;    _._.,.  ' It ' was   finally considered' "the  $25.00 ,''  would - be ��� sufficient to, encourage-' rather -"  more prompt return._Ald Rodway^ hirn-  se!f"a~Lions member; said he would bring -  the matter upat next meating of the club.  PROMPT SERVICE    .      i" \YZ  Commenting on.the dip4n-the-high-   ���  way hear Standard Motors, Aid. Thomp-.'.  son  stated-' he  had   been - promised -two  ..years -ago that next time, the-.Highways  Department', were .passing through, work  would b5 * carried-out.  An improvement  was made a few years ago" at'which time  __. ^.e sit*J��M0Jl wasjjad, a few more- inchesy*  of hardtop  would cure the situation of  J%rge watsr pools. "Since I* spoke to them   -  tfiey have been-through on a number of  occasions but seem to overlook the'prdb-'"  lem" he said.  It was   moved   thdt clerk forward' a -  reminder to the department.,     '     - * -  PAINT CURBS  Request _by. a .number of local businessmen that curbing at private entrance-  ways off the main street be .painted yellow  gained approval folllqwing a report by  the clerk that such painting, is hot re-"  commended ��� by the Highways 'Department. "They say that painting of .curbing "  permitted requires signs which do not  in order to make clear parking is not  approve of he said.  Aid. Thompson stated: "We had a similar argument "when we requested permission for crosswalks and finally they  said we could do. it ..ourselves. This has  proved satisfactory, and I see no reason  why we should not do the same thing in  this case." ...  Aid. Rodway agreed, and a move that-  this be done when weather permits, made  v -by Aid. 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I*   ��",  'J  -i��"_   *  .v.  .A.  �� -* '  FATAL logging accident at, Bear Creek  Logging camp up Jervis Inlet took the  life of one logger and broke the back of  a second, last Thursday at approximately  11:30 a.m.  Erich Heamnij aged 28, Swiss immigrant, employed as a chokerman, was in  process of putting a choker around a log  when the log started to rolL Despite an  attempt to get clear Heamni was crushed  between the rolling log and another one.  He was killed instantly.  Another logger, working in the vicinity  was also struck and was rushed by* plane  to Vancouver hospital with a broken back  and other injuries.  The injured man, a Spanish immigrant  in his early twenties, is understood to be  recovering satisfactorily.  Another accident, a head-on collision  between two motor vehicles, occurred at  I Madeira Park cut-off on the highway last  Saturday morning. Damage to thel cars is  estimated to be between, $1,000 and $1,200  but there were no injuries.  A car driven by Mrs. Carol Ann Carter  of Powell River is understood to have  driven over the centre line striking another vehicle driven by Mr. John Houston  of Burnaby.  Mrs,. Carter has been charged with failure .to; keep to her right side of the road.  ,    Dogwood Princess   Latest-'adtKtiott to Ihe ferry fleet.as    cabins"fore and.aft.  the- 30-passenger -Dogwood- Princess  oil ttie . Langdale-<Jambier Island-  Keatsjun. -The.carpeted wheelhqifee  gyarmdships leading to passenger  There* are life  belts under every seat and two inflatable life rafts. The cabin is aliiminum  and the smart 29-ft. 9-in. vessel aver--  ages between 9 and 1*0 knots.  .  Dogwood Princess .  Parking encouraged . . .  ���*���  Boulevard resident opposes  sea .wall improvement plans  LITTLE, princesses don't warrant the at-  . tention given to Queens so there was  no -inaugural run to herald the arrival of  B.C.- lorries' li_test._vesser, the Dogwood  Princess which for the past two weeks  has -been -plying between Gibsons, Gam-  bier and Keats Island.  . Spanking .new and proudly bearing the  Dogwoodimblem, the blue and white ves-  ,wrr*  sel was almost custom made to meet recommendations submitted by Langdale  Terminal Manager Peter Finlayson and the  two operators on the run, "Art Cherry and  Hugo Hjorthy of Gibsons.  Powered by a GMC 145 H Diesel, the  29-foot 9-inch vessel was built by McKay-  Cormack Ltd. of Victoria and her official  owner is Her Majesty the Queen. The  wheel-house is .amidships, with .comfortable seating fore and .aft for 30vpassen-  MR. FRANK Jones, resident of Secheit,  . who-a couple of years ago "made clear  .ito council his. property line on Boulevard  extended half way out onto the road by  placing well marked logs, thus cutting off  part of the, road, has now objected to  council plans for a sea wall.  -Mr. Jones informed- council he feels  closer study should have been given the  proposal and that,the matter should go to  the public as a whole. It is his view that  the wall will cut down much of the pub-'  lie beach at high tide. Further it will encourage parking of vehicles and dumping  of bottles and refuse. "Further discussion  . is necessary," he said.  Problem   occurred   originally    when  Jones laid official claim to half the exist-  Mr. Jones be informed that council is acting under advisement.  LAUNCHING RAMP  Alderman Thompson drew attention to  the need for a launching ramp within the  village and suggested this might be included in with the wall project. He said  it would be protected to some extent' by  the wall and it might be possible to extend  the wall Out further for added protection.  Mayor Swain agreed and said he saw  no reason why it should not be kept in  mind for consideration when work starts.  "We will be forced to do something sooner  or later," he added,  A ramp was put along Boulevard a few  years ago consisting of concrete slabs but  with no protection is was constantly damaged and covered with-logs.  ���^'. 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'1*/  \A',ir *j-  :\-j^':7zi  *��b   *.   >A       *  *    **  x  ___. j_*#*f*. tyiffi  ���'���^���a.v*  a. <  'v # Cr  + /  -/*���*-*  "��- ���  ."mti'fi A.  *��� *   ���     * *���*".  _*"n  Yy*-'  ing road. Jn*short time, with present ero-  S**?1***3'^ ,   ,      ".     ,   .      '    ,. ,    ,j ��� - - siqr^ .thi**. meant the park .area, finrther  ,       t       i%    .  . LastJFriday mormhg Vfhen phSto_^pii^ 7.^l0rig^yrovda Kave been^ ���tftHt^y'/'ciit'jjtt ^OIlJ-K<^'l-.TIU^inS-!_..,'-; -.7  r4        /Mt_l>_-*M_I<<*_4T     ___.*_ll ���_��_��__��%__1      immt-s*      i* _^*a     1n^v*ai-t��       2m *+.**. JI                    +J-1.       WIA^AW        I r_f*_W��_^1 _^l_".           .iricUln Ft        ". _^ *"     jf_lf     *fs\        . U/_ A   _41t,A_ *_^U_           n/\i_HA7T         1��_f_ _J3          mm  y ed','therve-_.S[islipped,into.hiir. berth "d^d     to" motor vehicles wishing to'get "to the  on time arid operator** llugo Hjorthy * had ~'waterfront parksite area.  It was therefore  t.'*HT|l.  .>  -  *��� re i  i *������  *._.'���������  ���,���**.-. /  i _��   **-���_ *  J* * .  .  ."aWV*" ***.      '*"  .  ��    -     I .     * /  ���    ,-'.  -Is      *       ��� /  .   ti i    .    /  the  -vessel - moored., before   passengers  climbed the few. steps to disembark.' Mr.  ���Hjorthy -has been .with., B;C. ^Ferries -for. *  five, years  and, operated- 'the  Dogwood  Princess's  predecessor MV, Sea Wolf V,  which also carried*307passengersr'lle fully  approves the new vessel which gives; more"  eontrbl over the movement^of i>as��ten_jers  for the vessel is tied up. before they are  ready to leave and .he. is free .to; assist  them. It would have been ideal when the"'  school children used to travel, by ferry;  he said.       ;  Mr. Hjorthy, who has worked for Vancouver Tug and Vancouver Piledriving  before joining B.C. Ferries; brought the  new vessel over from Victoria. It took 10  hours to complete the trip, taking a course  ���see page A-4  necessary to widen the road and take steps  to overcome future erosion. A professional  .engineer; was'called.in and ultimately provided- plans and recommendations which  are being implemented in -the present five-  year wall project";."."."_  ;', 'yjfayijjr Bill Swairi commented, it seems  he doesn't,want^]cafs parked in front of his  , house, ljut it vybuld probably be all right  ' else\yhere. Alderman Morgan ��� Thompson  agreed "arid added "this'is the man who  forced us into it by making clear the fact  his propertj* line was on the existing road  allowance, further, we have a problem  and something has to be done.  Mayor Swain pointed out that the  project would not take away beach but  would, in fact, improve it and provide an  even better swimming area. He suggested  ��.-J*V  .ff  1  ^":���-  Plan approved  Flight Deck  Making model planes from blueprints  under tlie watchful eye of Mr. Roy  Boutilier is a new activity for Gibsons  model airplane enthusiasts and Brad  Matthews, Andy Alsager and Bob  Davidson make last minute adjustments before flight trials on Sunday  morning behind Supcr-Valu Store.  Fascinating hobby ii attracting a lot  of Interest. ^   $100 fine levelled  on unusual charge  GIBSONS contractor Ken Fiedler appeared in Scchclt court lost week before  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt'and entered a  pica of guilty to n charge of operating a  dicsd truck without n motor fuel licence  plate. Such plates arc, it appears, ncces-  Hary for tlio operation of dlesel powered  vehicle*.,  He was fined $100.  'Driving while hiti ri��l>t to obtain u  <lrlvinR licence was under HU��peni5ion resulted in Roger Joe puying a fine of $50.  Bany Fenn of Pender Harbour, following m earlier appearance during which ho  wii. granted a remand lo obtain Icr.i1  eouiwel, appeared last Wednesday, October  I, nnd was fined ***50 on a charge of driving  without due care and attention.  Fine of ISO wa�� paid by William Larry,  n former renident in the ��reu und presently reiiiding at Abbotsford, for driving  without insurance coverni;e. Me had been  .scheduled 1o appear earlier In reganl.i to  a number of motor vehicle offenc**s but  fail��*��l to turn up.  An order for lib nrrcsl wua i,*>:iUf<l ntxl  be wm subsequently plclu-d up In Abbot-*-  ford.  Growing industry . . '*  liosons Fiayor stresses  value of tourist trdde  VALUE of touri-im was strt'sucd by  Mayor Walter Peterson of. Gibsons, one  of three or four Sunshine Coast resident*- ���  who attended r, meeting of the Mainland  Southwest Tourist Council, held September 26th in Powell River.  I Mayors nnd other officials from'various  communities included In the rone attended thc meeting of tht organization but on  the local scene Mayor Peterson waa the  only representative from Gibsons, none  from Secheit nnd two or three from thc  Pender Harbour area attended,  Mnyor Peterson ����id he was impressed,  with the presentation of the organization's  plana which in large part Involvb publication of n brochunt which would give  improved advertising'coverage* lo the various eoiTimunitlcH. These would work out  to tx cost of about 4c per copy. Bascjd on  an estimated 500,000 participation, cost of  the operation would work out to 10c per  capita.  A further "meeting is Kehduled at Coquitlam and at the request of th��r. Mayor,  Alderman Ken Cronby agreed to act m  Chairman of a committc to follow  through. "I think we -should consider tlie  bcheme" ��tate<l Mayor Petenion.  Mayor Peterson also said he had dis-  cujifled the tourist (.ituation, with local  merchant,** who had told him busincN.  drnpr. off to great ext<*nt once the tourist  Bciiflon cornea to n closf.  ���Question of a nign on pniperty within  tJio village; cdvertfaing a trailer court  location, came up for further discussion.  Administrator Davc Johnston paid he baa  been In,conversation, with Highway. Dept.  engineer T. Forayth and wan informed  that signs, outside the village an* wry  limited. Normally .they are restricted , to  Kcsorts, motels lodges etc. and are limited .  In size.   .' " -'    .". "        . ��� ,*   "  Mayor Peterson warne<l that council  must exercise care,in order to avoid wiling a precetlent "If wc permit .such .*lgn;i  without fiizie restrictions we should be  paving the way for everyone and an assortment of signs of all sizes" he .������aid.  Alderman Ken Crosby' expressed the  view that the location Is a good one and  that if council permit*, thc one, pniiaps  . it ebbuld consider n cluster pointinK out  routes to other places, Secheit etc.  Mayor Peterson argued that it i not  rcilly a very good spot for driven, slow-  har.ard. ,Ald. Ken Goddard agreed .stating  ing down to read f-igns could create a.  "1fwM��e"Wo many signs in that pot it  w��mld be ��lmost Impossible for drivers  to mid them all."  Mr. Johnston added that there will be  change.** when the cut-off la pushed  through.  It was finally agreed, on a ,**ui*i.'-'>tior_  by the Mayor, that the owner of the property Ix* contacted and asked if h<* would  be interested in erecting one |nrjj'*r **i..r_  on two posts which would include a  number of advertising rfpacr*. which ho  which ha could pai&ibly rent out.  MANITOBA Indian Brotherhood has beeni'(advisory board consisting of one repre-  given approval of a plan to set up and y sentatiye each of thc MIB, the Department  manage its owrt provincc-vyide community *�� of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and the Manitoba provincial government, and a private consultant who will  act as Chairman.    Mr. Chretien will sign the agreement  in tiie course of a three-day trip toUhe  West -where he will be taking part in  official functions arranged ft?1* him in Winnipeg, Jtegina arid Calgary. His trip ends  in Victoria, B.C., where he'will attend the  Federal-Provincial Welfare Ministers Conference to explain the new Indian Policy  Statement and discuss with them the proposals outlined in it.  development services, it y*as announced  today' by Indian Affairs Minister Jean  Chretien.  ; An agreement to be signed last Wednesday in Winnipeg by Mr. Chretien nnd  David Oourchene, President of the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood, gives the Broth-,  erhood authority to organize and administer a community development services  jptt-ogram for 23,000', Indians living on' 30  reserves in Manitoba, Tho benefits of development projects set up to aid Indian*?  will be shared by non-Indians who live  within the boundaries of the serviced communities,  Fund.*, for the program will come from  government .sources in the form of payment for MTviccs provided, plua administration expenditures.  The Brotherhood's projects will be win-  ducted within the ^framework of existing  services and agencies in the province.  Plan�� call for the appointment of �� director  responsible for the overall operations of  the program, two dbtrlct Buperviiions and  10 field workers, who will report to him.  The first year's expenditures on salaries and all other additional, contis have  been estimated nt about $380,000.  Thc Manitoba Indian Brotherhood brief  submitted to ithe government in March  outlined the Brotherhood's proposals for  setting . up its own community development services and wald, "The program will  seek to create a climate within which  BOeial change and economic development  can become individually and collectively  a realistic alternative to existing despair  and stagnation." The brief went on to nay,  "Thc program will afinist Indian people to  1 recognize the n<-<xl for change and to mobilize! those resource**, both within th��i  public and private sectors, to effect  change."  The operations  of llv;  program  will  come under the &crutmy of �� four-man  Although council had previously de-  cidetFoh a ten-foot ceiling for'its prbrJpsed  storage building near Hackett Park, final  plans, read out by the clerk, still specified  eight-foot.  Mayor Swain still warned that twelve-  foot would prove a wise move in that as  village equipment increases more space  will be required.  Aid. Thompson argued this would look  out of place in that the building will be  in a' residential area. The Mayor drew  attention to the fact that this wouldstill  be lower than an average house. "I am  not thinking a year, ahead but for ten  years and already such things as picnic  tables take up considerable space," he said.  Asked for his opinion, Alderrnan Chuck 7  Rodway said the matter should be given  serious consideration. "We must not forget the trouble that followed the original  plans at which tihvt. we did tell residents  it would fit in with the surroundings," he  added.  Aldermen agreed that a ten-foot ceiling  would be sufficient for council needs.  Vancouver boys' choir  scheduled for Gibsons  FOR THOSE who enjoyed the visit in July  of the Brno Children's Choir arranged  by the Children to Children Cultural Exchange and sponsored here by the Kiwanis, another treat is in store on November 15 when the Vancouver Boys' Choir  under their conductor Donald Forbes will  give a concert at Elphinstone.  This group hits recently returned from  a most successful European tour, including a concert in Brno, Czechonlovakia,  which was arranged by the locally based  Children to Children Cultural Exchange.  Government chop * . >  DEPARTMENT of Education has chopped  Almost one quarter of a million dollar!* off Seehelt 'School" District'*, proposed  Referendum No. 10. Meeting in committee on Monday of last week, after lengthy  consideration trustees paisrsed a resolution  approving Referendum No, 10 a.*i revised  by the Department  Ne-w Referendum figure approved <wf  totally shareable in $2,723,700, and now  has to be approved by the Minister of  Education and thc Lieutenant Governor  In Council, It is expected to be presented  to thc property owners on tlie warne day  a.. Municipal lections arc* held on D<*cem-  Ix-r fi,  Publicity will be rcleawd by the (school  board as mmjh n,*i the Minister given bis  approval but it has hmi re leaned that tin*  referendum No.' (I which failed to receive  taxpayers approval last year. Provision  for a Junior���Senior High .school at Seehelt' the Board has already ncquired VI  ucrce. of Crown land for thin purpose.  Additions to Elphinstone Secondary  school; Madeira Park elementary; Langdale elementary and Pender Harbour secondary (schools, and roofing renovations,  Secretary Treasurer Mr. J. Molzlcf  pointed out that the referendum if approved in not a definite commitment to  build these projects but does give the  Board permission to t��pend thb money  when required.  It is known tliat the Hoard hnn held  long and frequent meetings on the content of the forthcoming referendum and  in connultatioi) with solum] principals has  arrived at, the best po.rible solution to  ensure adequate n<*c��imodnti��.n for ntu-  dxnLi in the immediate future.  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Jj. .j, ij*4!K.<Xi i'*^>\'"i''^as'-J-'Y'i">,i>*--./ ^'vv* Vif y'-i'-y��� W J>*51^-  . -,.��- ���"���'.<.- '/���  .;v,.i  ���^^lW*'*Ui^^��K��MV*'i"'r*^p*r^--J*-'����*  ���W-^^V^.^^^,^^ J,,:^_^^J.-v,Jj^vk^ ^w   ^^jr   *_V^*_, ^ ^v'VV ��-***. <*,  *��  -V,   V*    -.v^^^^^vf.^''w v'*t   ����� -^^  ���***" ** <*tn-.^  Page A&Tfe ^tj��?fff Times* W^jjg^l)jgBf-1969    R��AL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (Continued)   fe^TISTATE (ConMnued)  nnnrtnn nil rtfr^ri_ii rift ^^  MOBILE iiOMES  .������MMwiiMiwawww^i^^wn^wni.i^iw  ��  I     i  Seef^t -Phone ���85-965*1  Classified  mvwitummimtwmn ��n it nr��i��i__i_iwiiiM��ini��>i��i��inii<i>i��iM_i-i-___��-_W-��i��*^l^^  Published Wednesday by  The peninsula TTinoes Ltd.,  at Secheit, B.C.*  WANTED  Member; Audit Bureau  of Circulation's  ���  March 31, 1969  - Gross-Circulation -2360'  Paid Circulation 2081  Classified Advertising Rates: -  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion  : II���I :_75c  PENINSULA   EV^RGBEENS.  'Salal wanted V- Please (contact J. M. Hayes at ��echeit,  B.C Phone 885^962.  2837-tfn  FOR KENT  !_$1.50  _15c  Three  Insertions    ������Extra lines (4 words) .  (This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 1 Oc extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not.paicl by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display advertising in classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    HalL    Contact  air. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  SMALL cottage anlSecret Cove  with fridge & stove. .Free  moorage for boat Delightful  surrounding. Possibility of  some winter employment for  right couple. Ph. 885-9998.  >. 3245-ifn  ONE Furnished and one nn-  furnished one bedroom apartment, available in Secheit,  October 1st. Phone -885-��862.  3241,-tfn  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons.  ���Thur. & Fri., Oct. 9 & 10,  "Track of Thunder" (Stock  Car Racing) in color. Sat.,  Mon., & Tue., Oct. 11, 13, & 14  and matinee -Sat. at _2 p_m_,  "Peter Pan" & "Disneyland  After Dark" in color from  Disney. Sunday Oct. 12th  Midnight Horrow Show, the  all nsw "King Kong Escapes"  plus "The -Skull*- both in  color, out at ar>prox. 3:15 a.m.  ;?A.. 3396-45  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. and Mrs. Carl Gust of  Gibsons, B.C. wish to announce the marriage of their  daughter Caroline May to Mr.  Raymond Brian Carpenter, on  Friday, September 26, 1969 in  Vancouver,  B.C. 3375-45  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 pjn., Thursdays, Wilson .Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327 or 886-  2979.. 3300-tfn  MEN  ���  Buy   her Avon   for  Christmas. ' Secheit &   Wilson   Creek   area.   Ph.   Helen  Phillips, 88qr2183. 3367-52  FOR LETTERHEADS, envel  opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact tbe Times office at Seehelt or t-hone 885-9654.  WORK WANTED  EXPERIENCED     dressmaker  1    & alterations. Ph. 886-2963.  .''',";. 7 3208rtfn  TILLtCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service; odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. ��� RR1 Secheit Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  BEAT the fall winds: We 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. Phone 885-  2109. 3054-tfn  FOR  custom  rock drilling &  blasting, Phone 885-9591.  3047-tfn  EXP. steno gen. offics, desires  full-time or part-time posi-,  tion.    Shorthand    90    w.p.m.  Typing 00-65. Ph. 885-2302.  ,    3345-46  APPLIANCES  SERVICED  ���  All major appliances, refrigeration. Phone 885-2359.  335.7-47  RUG    cleaning    ���sendee���now  available   on   the   Sunshine  Coast.     Stripping,     polishing  floors etc. 885-9715.     ,3380-47  HELP WANTED ~^  HOUSEKEEPING   room,   all  found.     Private   ' entrance.  Clean & warm. Working man  only. Selma Park. 885-5535.  321<Mfn  HALFMOON Bay-Newi* house,  ���2 bedrooms, -waterfront  Furnished, electric-heat. "Until  May 31 st TNo children. 298-  5912 or 298-8268.        3336-ifn  GRANTHAMS^-5 rooms furnished, package oil heat, W-  W carpets. Also 8 room cottage furnished, oil heat. Ph.  112-522^76^5."... 3308-47  ��� n���������)y.-f m_i     L_,"M,i' '���" mi 9        mi 1   .  _������      ii  WANTED TO RENT   r  THREE bedrpomjiome required     by   ' regional     district  superintendent Contact "Office  885-2838   or   Box   936, Hope,  B.C. 3365-46  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  For *he most ,coipnp\ete  selection of (properties '  ��� on the Sunshine Coast  ���"-���     **���   ; coll   '  SECHELT AGENCIES LTP.  For Free Catalogue  Pho_\e .885-2235  Y3279rt��n  EWART McMYNN  vREALTV & INSURANCE  .Notary Public  Member  ���Vancouver Real Estate -Board  Multiple Lasting Service  PHONE 886-2248  ON HIGHWAY: 33 COUNTRY ACRES, with stream,  easy clearing^ .potential ��� view  land, with -2-bedroom home,  spring-fed' domestic water  system. Ideal for small farm,  subdivision or other development. $36#00, cash preferred.  Gibsons .area.  GffiSONS VILLAGE: .ONE  -TUJbl, ACHE view-land, handy  lo, schools .and ^hopping, with  borne, tjvee-b.e*3ropms, presently rented. JD&relopmsnX, sub-  div., or ajK_ita_ent site: $12,500  full price, $8,000 down.  .3SEW TERMS: Two bedroom yiew home, with large,  medy landscaped lot in Gibsons, $3,000 down on full price  , of $14;900. House your family  here before winter. Good sized  view liraigr-room with -fireplace, ysr-w carpet, j>art .basement.  . -OFFER ..YQUR-BEST-DOWN  PAYMENT -on* this' excellent  three-bedroom home in Gibsons, -big view lot, landscaped;  concrete -basement, fireplace  and w-w carpet in large living -room,, with ^.glass gable;  goodrsized iooms, Sample cupboard spae\ Full price $30,000  Aisume- OV4>%' "UHA mortgage  and terms on balance.  $12,500 is a very .good price  on "this view three bedroom  home, Soames Point. Basement  r&guires some completion.  Nsw A-Oil furnace; rooms aH  .-PK^ERHA^Op^ge^1. ,.����^ g__7__>t ;  'Wtaterfront.Jully serviced _;ots    --���      *> ���     ������-  cloce to safe bestch and ,i��at  launching. ''Terms ^available.  Full price $3,500.  MIDDLEPOINT * ��� Water-  ^ront ��� 3,0 acres choice' waterfront property with excsBent  subdivision ' potentiaL Over-  500 ,ft. on highway. Full price  ���$75,000 >vith terms.  GOWER'POINT ��� 2i4 j^cres  of level cleared land on blacktop road. Full price $4,000-  GAMBIER .ISLAND ��� &&  acres waterfrontage. Not only  beautifully ' treed and gently  sloping property with safe  beach but large -2 bedroom  modern iiouse power and water, ramp and boat float, etc.  All for the - amazingly low  price of $32,500.  (jIBSONS ��� 200 ft. waterfront Fully serviced property  in nsw .home area with spectacular 'view. ovlEflooking famous $almon Rock. One of  the choicest building sites ,on  the coast. Full price $10,500.  Terms.  ���2V'2 acres commercial  property in Village ��� fully  serviced cottage and highway  frontage. Full price $13,000  cash.  Call Morton Mackay:  886-9900, eves. 886-7088  F1NLAY REALlTY LTD.  Gibsons BuTquitlam  3393-45  SPARE TIME  INCOME:  Refilling and collecting -money , ,   .     -_ ���     , r  from NEW TYPE high-quality    large and airy. Large property  coin-operated    dispensers   ~in    O* "bus route. $o,500 down will  PENDEH HARBOUR EVERGREENS, Madeira Park.  Sakil pickers w��nt.d. Salal  30c hunch. Contact- plant before picking. Located 1st  house north, Pender Harbour  Hotel. Ph. 883-2265.     33H7-tfn  DAY care for pro-school children by hour, day or w��*k.  nea.wnable raien. Ph. ��fl.V9r>59.  3371-45  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Naldct Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B.C.  f 2910-tfn  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 30c BUNCH  Cont'ict plnnt before picking.  Located   at   Holwit-j   (.reek,  aero.*,, (street from ��tor<.>.  Pbonc 886-2633  _. 108-tfn  your area.No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2900 cash-  Seven to twelve hours weekly  can net excellent monthly income. More full time. For personal interview write CANA-  PENN DISTRIBUTINGLTD.,  DEPT A, 160 Bay St., Suite  205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include phone number.   3381-45  REAL ESTATE  WATERFRONT LOT and 3  view lots in Garden Bay,  Pender Harbour. Box 1, Garden Bay, Pender Harbour. Box  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. or  Phone 883-2336. Owner. .  2882-tfn  THE SUN SHINES ON  50' Waterfroni Lot. $7-800.  SELMA PARK���Open plan  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  overlooking Trail Bay & Islands. Nicely landscaped and  well kept grounds. 4 bedroom  house, 2 up and two down.  Basbment with A-oil furnace,  laundry room & extra bathroom  WEST SECHELT  VISTA    VIEW ��� Lots    on  water    system.    Going    fast,  choice of nine. Now $2050.00.  Terms.  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  mnrina, 2 lota $1000 each.  TILLICUM   BAY:   2   btsdr.,.  room  home,  has  large  living  room   with   W-W   and   slope  fireplace,  new A-oil   furnace.  Good value at $11,500.  GIBSONS ��� This new, well  planned Wetttwood home of fers  lots of.living ppace. Large living room. 3 bedrooms, ,2* fireplace.'., full basement, car port  On 6 acres. $28,900.  ���E. PORPOJLSE BAY���1 acre,  100' waterfront, sandy beach.  Unfinished 3 bedroom cottage.  $17,500. $8000 down,  WILSON CREEK ��� ZV.  acres with year round creek.  2 Ix'droom basement home  with carport 1 acre cleared.  Secluded. Half cash at $17,000.  SELMA PARK r~ lively  view lot with older 2 bedroom  home. Bird sanctuary with  enclosures. Imported birds.  Take all for $17,500 cash. Also  2 bedroom home on large view  lot fit $15,000 cash.  Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  3391-IS  handle.  * ACREAGE PARCELS .A-  VA3LABLE, $6,000 and up.  Listings wanted.  E. :McMynn  .Do Wortpnan  yince Prewer  886-2500  886-2393  886-9359  Box -238, Gibsons, B.C.  3394-45  SANDY HOOK ��� Porpoise  Bay. Two view lots, semi  waterfront, water available.  Each $3,500 or both for $6,800.  886-2481  HIGHWAY NEAR CROW  ROAD ��� two five acre blocks,  gentle slope to southwest,  view potentiaL Each has 264'  frontage on the highway, and  850' deap. Clough Creek crosses one pf them- Nicely wooded acreage, priced at $7,000  cash for each. Taxes only ^40  each. ,"���'������.'  886-2481  "LANGDALE j��rea, near  Jwin Creeks cutoff, about 19  acres with 1500' road front, fie,  and two year round streams.  Here's your chance to get in  on the ground floor, at $500  per acre, The full price is only  $9,500, and just $2,500 cash re-(  quired, with balance payable  at $85 per month at 8%. This  won'i last long.  886-2481  LANGDALE WATERFONT,  a natural for marina or lodge,  we offer six wooded acres  with about 1000' waterfront,  on two bays. Owner has yp-  Innd rights on water leqsc.  Good access from highway.  -$40,000 full price, at I Iqast  $20,000 cash required.  886-2481  NEAR GRANTHAMS new  house on 1,5 acres. Very fit-  tractive, in and out. 10x10 living room, kitchen, two 8*11  b-di-oomn and modern bathroom. In Gibsons village  ���lx-t-ndark*H. Pric.*d nt $12,600  en terms, make your offer na  owner on-dou** to (sell.  086-2481  STEWART AVENUE, Gibsons. View home, only 11  years old and NHA built. P&B  jClvlng Room, big kitchen,  iUmse good rdzed bcdr<K��rn��.  Fireplace in LR nLw in basement, which c-ould Ix; developed for rec room or Buito.  Asking $30,000, with $10,000  cash. If you art* houwr hunting  suggest you include this one  In your tour,  080-2401  Mr  Crosby, ever*.       880-2098  Mr.  White,  ev��*��.        88(1-2035  Member Multiple Listing  Service  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Ineuronee  Open Friday Evenings  HUMNYCREST SHOPPING  CENTRE  MacGREGQR- PACIFIC  REALTY "LTD.  777 Homby-St.  Telephone 688-3501  Choice of lots on moss bluff  waterfront ir. Frenchman's  Cove. Fresh, water supply,  sheltered moorage. Prices  from $6000.00.  300' w/f in Pender Harbour,  .$12,000.  ' Full price $15,800 for semi  w/f home at Hopkins with two  bdrms up, dining rm with  view, suite dn. Lot 60x130'  Terms.  Holiday cottage on Keats.  Community water, plumbed,  fireplace, close beach. $3000  cash.  View lots on water, close to  school $2,250.  Fine, large view lot below  highway at Langdale $4,000.  Large enough for 5 good size  level lots for $2500, close to  waterfront.  Rooming house, good family  quarters and accommodation  for a dozen boarders. Good  value arid easy terms.  If you haven't been in to see  our choice of view lots, drop  into Seaview sub-division and  try one on. -  Salesman: Jack Warn, Phone  886-7244  or 886-2681  3390-45  1 EGMONT: Where the fishing  is GOOD! Attractive 3 bdrm.  home on sunny 70' W-F lot.  Ideal summer or weekend  hideaway. Buy now and enjoy  Thanksgiving weekend fishing and relaxing. Call DON  TAIT 883^2284. .  ROBERTS CREEK: If yon  are a golfer, build your dream  home ne^r the course. Gently  sloped acre with Hwy. frontage. Only $3,000.  GOWER POINT: Nearest  offer to $10,000. Gives possession of large semi-clear W-F  lot.  Looking for Investment  Property? Here's over 16 ac.  in good location and fronting  bik. top road. Try your offer  on $17,500.  Another good holding property. 10 arable acres with a  view. $9,500 for limited time.  GIBSONS: Terrific buy in  family home Is thin attractive  3 bdrm. Cl*m ***"* view lot. Spacious living room with fireplace and top grade W-W carpel. Kitchen features counter  top Rooking and wall oven in  complimentary color. Full  bsmt A-oil heat, Close to  shops find transportation.  Comfortnble older home  with unbloekable view of  Howe Sound from large picture window, Convenient to  shops etc Terms on $10,000!  TOPS IN VALUE b this  very attractive new home on  view lot. 3 bdrms. wilh the  master bdrm, emuitc. Eye op-  peal decor throughout imd  many tixtra features make this  home n must to we. Tru* price  right and terms attractive,  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons. B.C.  Phone 080-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  _ 886-2000  GiV-fltmft, B.C.  K. Butler  R��m Mc&iviu-cy  E<1 Buller  Don Tftit.   ���  3305-45  ��� n8r��.��ifir��a  -~ 886-2000  ��� m-2.m  3327-43  acre approx 2Q0 yds.''.from  beach.* Private sale.' Terms. Ph.  886-2744. .   , 3376-,��7 ,  WATERFRONT    ,���; .Choice   -  -beach lots. Buy ���-now. Going  fast Stop in at our office at  Halfmoon Bay for pamphlet.  Phone 385-9683. p. >B. Gordon  & -Kennett Ltd. .Secheit. 885-  2013. . ^062-tfn  EXCELLENT   commeraal  Jot  T-ceiitre Secheit���hig_.>vay lo-   .  cation, level and cleared. All  services   available.   Box  ,1104  JPenJ-nsiila Times. UQ-i-tfo  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good . 263-4993  collect or 736-5933"  For fast service on all prop-  erties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES  3061-tfn  MacGregor Pacific /Realty  presents  SAN SOUC1 ESTATES-  Situated In  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots on the^Sua-  shine Coast.  For information contact: J).  Brynelsen or L. Campbell  688.3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MocGREGOR PAOBC  REALTY-    -  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  ' 2865-tfn  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer... . .  ���Continuous"   advertising   in  {four newspapers. *  ���Effective  and  proven  ad-  _ yertising in our .catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales   staff   of  eight in twb "offices on the  Peninsula.  .-���!Twenty-fbur  hour answering service.  ���^No charge to you* if there is  no, sale.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235  Box 155, Secheit, B.C.  Bpx 369, Gibsons, B.C.  3280-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  2��/2 acre William Island  Price $35,000  at Irvine's Landing in  Pender Harbor. .Sheltered,  drilled well, terms available  4 ACRE trailer park or motel site, across highway ,from  Pender Harbour Hotel. Excellent terms.  CHOICE semi waterfront &  view lots. From $3,500 at  Madeira park and E?irls Cove.  Excellent terms. ;  ONE waterfront lot left at  Earls Cove subdivision. Excellent terms.,  6K- ACRES, 1,000' Highway  frontage. )Ex. Subdivision or  Commercial Site. $0,000. At  Madeira Park. Excellent terms.  OLLI SLAf?EY,  Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 883-2233  ' \  3,3H"tfn  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  Phone 263-49.03 collect or  738-5933 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-'  4093.  V/ATERFRONTAGE: Por-  pol.e Bay. About 43 acre?.,  with 175 ft. wharf, boat basin,  ���il.cltererl with lge. home mod.  Plus otller framed in. Good rd. 7  in ten mins. Secheit. Our low,  low appraisal, Lock stock Be  barrel, Only $100,000 with  low dn, payment or j*our offers. Excellent club or privnto  location, year round. Resort  area. Mr. Good 263-4033.  BAK'-AW HARBOUR: Located nr, the Bargain Narrows.  Good for email boat owner.  Three lots as a package buy.  About 2f*0 ft waterfront. Only  $11,500 with half down. Mr.  Good *'<i:M993.  HOTEL LAKE: Off road nr.  Irvines Landing, Pender Harbour. Approx. 65 ft Lake a-  boul 250 ft. deep. Some rd. in.  Only $3,850,  BARGAINS: Our dollar 09  Kpecial Only 15 lot*, at Selma  Park. Light bush view lota  onlv. $:-09 down, $50 per mo.  li**,';;. Mortly 75 ft by 135 ft.  Mr, Cood 263-4893. Inspect  tluM* now.  I COVER YOUR AREA  LIST NOW  Mr.   Good   20.1-4993  BLOCK BROS.  f<EALTY LTD.  3312-tfn  ATTRACTIVE mobile home-12  x 48. 2 years old. Furnshed  or-unfurnished. Ph. 885-9978.  ___J 3373-45  . '    WHY .PAY.RENT?  Good, selection used Mobile  Hojaies .  Easy Terms Available  PACIFIC MOBILE HOMES  2667'Kingsway  Vancouver 16, B.C.  Ph. 112-434-0208  Ask for Roy.  ,      . 3317-tfn  CANADIAN BUILT!  GENERAL MOBILE HOMES  Many Exciting New Models  Features   utility   room   with  3rd. entrance. Immediate delivery. 7 yrs. financing.  Trades considered  PACIFIC MOBILE HOMES  2667 Kingsway,  Vancouver 16, B.C.  Ph. 112-434-0208.  Ask for Roy  3316-tfn  CARS ond TRUCKS  ^68 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass Supreme. Buckst Seats, low  mileage. Ph. 883-2528.  3368-45  '63 CHEV panel. New motor*5  new tirfs. Only 4200O miles.  Ph.885-2357. 3392-45  '57 VOLKSWAGEN van, new  motor,     privately     owned.  886-2088. Can be seen at Copping motors. 3389-45  i  TRAILERS  13 FT. Tee Pee trailer with br  sleeps 4. Phone 883-2575.    '  3377-45  BOATS ond ENGINES  BOAT Insurance Information.  Marine Insurance Claims.  Capt. "W. Y. Higgs, Box 339,  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425. 2533-tfn  15'   Cadilac   aluminium   boat  35 h.p. Evinrude,.with -trailer & tarp. 885-2007.     2359-tfn  GREY marine  diesel, 427 cu.  in. 2-i snow Nadsted reduction gear. $800. Ph. '883-2324.  3318-45  LOST  IF -THE person who-removed  Ladi-s Brown purse from  Gilmore's Store Sat., Sept 13,  would please return. same  with contents, (except money)  to Peninsula Times Office or  mail to Gilmore's Variety  Shop, Secheit, B.C., they may  keep the money apd no questions asked. Eye glasses and  identity cards are needed badly by the owner. Gilmore's  Variety Shop. 3356-45  BELL & Howell 35 nun projector. Lost June 4th in -West  Secheit district.  Reward.  Ph.  885-2029. 3382-45  FOR SALE (Continued)  ELECTRIC   Gurney    220'   v.  range, $50 or best offer. Call  885-9409. 3361-46  4 .BURNER white enamel  Rock Gas stove,' $45. Rock  gas water heater, $20. Chesterfield, $40. Fridge $20. Ph.  886-2279. 3386-45  LEGAL (Cottihued)  2 PICK up guitar. Excellent  for beginner,- $40 complete.  Ph. 886-2078. 3384-45  2 SNOWTIRES .complete with  rims 760 x" 15 $10 each.-Ph.  885-9784, 3374-45  E__ECTRIf> rangei! $20. Safety  vent propane heater $80. Ph.  883-2489, Sat, Sun, and Moa  only. 3378-45  WANTED TO BUY  EXTERIOR door 2' 8" x 6'.8"  wanted. Ph. 885-9427.  3379,-46  THREE or four drawer used  chest of drawers wanted. -Ph.  885-9559. 3372^45  LOGS WANTED  Small   qt^antities   purchased  Red & Yellow Cedar, Alder,  Fir, Maple  Phone 885-9722 or  733-2586-721-0731  3385rtfn  SWAP  SWAP 20 ft. beachcomb boat  for property or cash or anything valued at $1,000. Geo O.  Favvkes,  885-2100. 3362-45  LEGALS ~~  f-Ojt SALE  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  irora   Secheit   Kinsmen   at  $3.50 each. Phone $85-9542.  USED 24" G. E. Range, fully  rcconditibnad, $89.95. ' Thor  40" range, $125. Hoover Demonstrator, $119.05. 4 Wringer  washers from $24.95 to $39_95.  Used chesterfield in good condition, $69.95. Parker's Hardware (19,69) Ltd. Secheit. 885-  2171. 3398-45  SMITH      Corona,     atandard  typewriter with extfa-large  type, in new condition, special  at half-price. Phone 885-9654.  2540-tfn  IF   IT'S   Bulta���lt'B   Morgam  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfo  SHEEP MANURE aged, ready  for use on lawns & gardens,  in bags. Elnndcr Farms, Shaw  Road, Gibsons, 886-2400.  3309-tfn  WEBSTERS new standard die-  tionary for home, gchool &  office, $1.29. At The Times  Book Store, Secheit, Ph. 885-  065*1,       3052-37  POWER (stump puller or boat  Juiul out winch, capacity 20  ton, by East Hope, $125.  Brummel, Lockyer Road,  Roberts Creek. 3299-45  FIREPLACE,  alder, delivered.  I/x-ul & Vancouver arta. Ph.  880-24311.        3305-40  DOUBLE ovm Tappan  range  with metal cupboard, below  element, $200,  Electric clothes  dryer,  $00, Ph.  885-2142.  3339-46  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Finn-glass���Rope-.  Canvaa���Boat Hardware  O.niprcsju-d air service for  (.kindivcrs air tanks.  Skindlver*  available tor  salvage  work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone ��R��W.O, G%\mm^, B.C.  XTOS-tfi.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Form No! 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West End of  West Lake on Nelspn Island,  Take notice that Dahlene  Campbell of Secheit, occupation Housewife Intends to apply for a lease-of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East corner; thence 100 ft West;  thence .300 -ft -Worth; thence  100 ft. East; thence .300 <ft  South and containing % acres,  more or less for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Dahlene C. Campbell  Dated August 0,6, 1.969.  3254-pub. Sept 1*7, 24, Oct. 1,  B, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate on  south coast of Nelson Island  between Ackland Point and  Cape Cockburn.  Take -notice that Anne Ter-  riss of 1958 Ogden Ave., Vancouver 9, occupation housewife  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at ��� a post  planted on the shoreline approximately 5,000 feet east of  the east boundary of lot 1425;  thence north 300 feet; thence  east 100 feet; thence south approximately 300 feet to the  shoreline; thence west aproxi-  mately 100 feet foUowing the  shoreline .and containing %  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of recreational vse.  .Anne Terries  Staked 31 August, 1969. ,  Dated 25 'September, 1969.  3354rpub. Oct. 1, 8; 15, 22, 1969  f*mmtjtmmtm-.m  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND-ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  in the ��� North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Mabel C.  Wilson of Coquitlam, occupation Housewife intends to apply for a lease of the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the North East  Corner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 -ft North;' thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more or lass, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Mabel C. Wilson  Dated August 16, 1969.  3259-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  police of Iptention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of Vancouver and situate  on nh unnamed bay on .the  north side of Nelson -Island.  Take notice that Brian  Thomas Cassicjy of Vancouver,  occupation student, intends to  apply for a lease of the fol-  loyving described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted (Brian Thomas Cns-  fiidy'js N.W. corner) on the  N.E, side of unnamed hay  and 350'. more or less  N.W. from the Notice of  Indention of Donald Ivan McDonald; thenco 330' cimt;  thence 100" south; thence 330'  west;, thence 100* north and  containing V* acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer home.  BRIAN THOMAS CASSIDY  Dated August 15, 1909.  3304-pub.  Sept.  24, Oct,  1, 0,   ^^      15, I960  NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS  Estate of EDITH VIOLET  LESLIE. Dwoira-d. late of  Secret Cove, H.iil.moon Bay,  Seehelt, B.C.  Creditors nnd other having  claims against the paid estoto  are hereby required to wnd  tb*TO 'duly vrrifted, to tbr  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, (13.1 Bur-  rard Street, Vancouver 1, B.C.,  before the 20th day of Nov.,  1069, ��ftcr which date the jrw-  ��*tu of the ��aid Estate will be  di-drihuted, having regfird  only to claim that lu.vi* been  received.  Clinton   W. Foote  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  nti-jjxth. Oct. R, v,,,.n,'n,  '   J90D  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and 'SftW-de  on the North West shore of  West Lake on Nelson ^inland.  Take notioe that ^Duncan  Angell .of "Vancouver, occupation ��al^sman intends to .apply for s lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at ia post  planted on the South Wejst  Corner; thence 100 ft -E^t;  thence 300'.ft. North; thenee  100 ft West; thence 300 ft  South apd containing ���% acres,  more pr less for the purpose  of Summer Home.  \  Duncan Angell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3263-pub. Sopt. 17, 24, Oct 1,  8. .1969  ( Form No. 18  (Section fl2)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of Vancouver and situate  in front of Lot Four (4), Block  Five (5), ^District Lot One  Thousand, Three Hundred and  Ninety-seven (1397), Plan  ���4d70, Garden Bay, B.C.  Take notice that James Ced-  ric Reid of Garden Bay, B,C,  occupation fitsherman intends  to ppply for n lease of the following described land*.:���  Commencing at a post  planted at the S,W. Corner of  IM 4, Block 5, D.L. 1397, Plan  4479; thence* Three Tundred  and Thirty (330*) feet in n  ��outherly direction; thenee one  hundred (100') feet in on  easterly direction; thence three  hundred nnd thirty (330') feet  In a northerly direction;  ���to.the S.E. corner of the nfw.  paid IyOt 4, and thence following the high water mark to  the point of commencement,  nnd containing three /quarter.;  (*%) -ocrcji, more or less, for the  purpose of a marine way�� nnd  nloorage.  JAMES CER1C REID  Dated July, 1069.  ?.?.fC-puV��, fytjn. *24,  Oct.  },��� r),  15, 1069  ti.  r'i  it  tv  ti  1 o  11. ���  /  11) ��y"��  ��fij}\rit-'��**&-*���&'  **'s-*^  ��<"'-������  ���ft^Vi*' Mf*!*** ^  V*-*it' ^^**^'^'-'^i'"s*'����   ���<*. '  ,   ^-v**--,��i. *>"*** -Vv-'-W** *��� H^-tf "T*-����.*^**i*M* vV1.' y*'  "/'*  ''-*J"*v ** Nl ���v"V***' ���>  Y -   - i" - \  __jj ***j *���* ^ S>**'i'**'*v'^n'*v -  .<,>-:  -   �����    _?**_. NV*  '  ���   ^.   ^-i^^ Up.    i     ^.r ,  i. ��*�����#��� V    /V^l"*!^',.  -   V** ���**>-�� *r*-iv"  ���,.��.,.,  .^-w    J>*V^-��� '������_el.li J-**'  *~^ y-v ..,.  . - ^ -> -*v- * v-  . Y~+ i  '*���"_.   s *>-l  LEGALS (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued)  ���rfi^^f ^   ��'  r ���"'A *  LEGALS (Continued.  '^Wedjn.^aoy; p&ob?i��, $9��9 fh&��8ntnsutu Times  Page A-3  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT    '  Form No. 13  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply    Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land * to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate on  south coast of, Nelson Island  between Ackland Point and  Cape Cockburn.  Take notice that Kenneth  Gordon Terriss of 1958 Ogden  Avenue,-, Vancouver J9, B.C.,  occupation architect, intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the shoreline approximately 5,100 -feet east of  the east boundary of lot 1425;  thence north 300 feet; thence  east 100 feet; thence south approximately 300 feet to the  shoreline; thence west aproxi-  mately 100 feet following the  shoreline and containing %  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of recreational  use.  Kenneth Gordon Terriss  Dated 25 September, 1969.  Staked 31 August,  1969.  3355-pub. Oct 1, 8, 15, 22, 1969  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island. ���  Take notive . that Wiehel-  mine Angell of Vancouver,  occupation Housewife intends  to apply for a lease* of the  following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted South East Corner;  thenee 100 ft West; thence 300  ft. North- thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft South and containing % acres, more or less,  for the purpose of Summer  Home.  Wiehelmine Angell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3257-pub. Sept 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No., 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice -of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, British Columbia and situate on Nelson-Island, about one-half mile  North of Fernie Point in the  second bay.  Take notice that John F.  Grosvenor, of Port Coquitlam,  B.C., occupation, steel foreman intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  -"-ommencing at a post  planted at John Grosvenor's  S.E. (Southeast) corner; thence  100 feet S.W. (southwest);  thence 300 feet N.W. (northwest); thence 100 ft. N.E.  (northeast); thence 300 feet S.  W. (southwest) and containing  % (one third) acres, more or  less, for the purpose of a suntr  frier home. ,   ,'<��-���, .  John Frederick Grosvenor  Dated September 1, 1969  3288-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct I,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land * Recording District  of Vancouver,' B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notive that Linda Harris of Vancouver; occupation  Telephone Operator intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South West  Corner; thenee. 100- ft. East;  thence 300 ft North; thence  100 ft West; thence 300 ft.  South and containing SA acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home,  Linda Harris  Dated August 16, 1969.  3258-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct 1,  8, 1969  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In  Land Recording, Dis^iet  <if Vancouver, B.C7 and situate'  at the North End of West Lake  on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Ann Burgess of Vancouver, occupation  stock clerk intends to apply  for a lease of the following  described lands:���  Commencing nt a post  planted on the South West  Corner 200 ft. south of I. P.;  thence 100 ft North; thence  300 ft. East; thence 100 ft  South; thence 300 ft. West and  containing *.4 acres, more or  less for the pur'-osc of Summer THorne,  1 Ann Burgess  Dated August 10, 1069.  32.10-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  , 8, 1909  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North, West, Shore of-  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Allan B.  Campbell of Secheit, occupation Commercial Pilot intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���      -  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East corner; thence 100 ft West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft  South and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Homo!  Allan  B. Campbell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3260-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form-No.. 18  .(Section 82)  LANp ACT  -  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease-Land  In Land Recording: District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson island.  Take notice that B. ���G. Wilson of Vancouver, occupation  drilling contractor intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South West  Corner; thence 300 ft. North;  thence 100 ft. East; thence ,300  ft South; thence -100 ft. West  and containing % acres, more  or less, for the purpose' of  Summer Home. .    ,  Barry G. Wilson  Dated August 16, 1969.  3269-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  . to Lease Land  i  In Land -Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C.,and situate  on the North' Shore of West  Lake on Nelson Island.  ���Take notice that Perry Mac-  Gregor of West Vancouver, occupation HouseVife intends to  apply for a leatse of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted .on South East Corner; thence 100 ft East; thence  300 ft. North; thence 100 ft  West; thence 300 ft/South and  containing % acres, more or  less, for the purpose of Summer Home.  Perry MacGregor  Dated Augusjt 16, 1969.  3270-pub. Sept:' 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  ���Mm  Form No. 18  (Section 82) .  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  Jn Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on -the North *We^t> Corner of  West Lake dji Nelson Island.  Take nbtice that Edward  Sonnenberg, of1 Burnaby, occupation Prospector intends to  apply for a lease of the following described l^nds:���  Commencing at a post  plantqd South East Corner;  thence 100 ft "$Vest; thence 300  ft. North; therice 100 ft East;  thence 300 ft South and .con-'  -taining ,"}4 '.acres, ..more" or.' less,  for the purpose of Summer  Home.  Edward Sonnenberg  Dated August, 16, 1969.  3265 -pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  , .       8, .1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of  Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  '��f Vancouver, B.C. nnd situate  on the North End of Went  Lake tm Nelson Island,  Take notice that Allan Angell of West Vancouver, occupation Apartment Manager intends to npply for a lease of  the following df-wribed lands:  Commencing ot a post  planted on the South West  Corner; thence 300 ft East;  thence 100 ft, North; thenee  300 ft, West; thence 100 ft.  South and containing *Ji acres,  inure or less, for the purpose  nf Bummer Home.  Allan   Angell  Dated August Hi, 1969.  m^pub, Sept. )7, 24, Oct. V,  0, 1069  Form No. 10  (Section ��2)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West shore of  West Lake on Nelson Jbsliand.  Take notice that Diane Andrews of North Vancouver,  occupation Receptionist intends to jipply for �� leage of  the Wllowirig described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East  Corner; themv 100 ft. West;  thenee 300 ft North; thence  100 ft. .East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing "s4 acres,  more or less, for tho purpose  of Summer Home,  Diane Andrews  Dated August 10, 1909  3201-pub. Sept  17. 24, Oct 1.  0, 1969  ,    '    Form $.0.18  (Section 82)  ..*    y LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land        , , -  In Lflnd Recording District  of Vancouver. B.C. and situation the. North Shore ,of West  Lake on Nelson Island.  Takfi notice that Arthur  Cecil Angell of Vancouver/.occupation Food Processor intends to apply for a lease.of  the following described lands:  Commencing at ��� a , .post  planted on the South East .Corner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft  South and- containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home. ,  Arthur- Cecil Angell  Dated August 16, 1969.  327L-piib. Sept 17, 24, Oct. J,  8, 1969  Form No. 18 ���  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  .Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In .Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on - the North. West side of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Walter  Hamber of Vancouver, occupation Store Manager intends  to apply.for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the south east corner; thence 100 ft West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 1300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of summer home.  Walter Hamber  -Dated August 16, 1969.  3252-pub. Sept 17, 24. Oct 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. ahd situate  on the North West Shore of  West; Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Valerie Angell of Vancouver, occupation  Secretary intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East  Corner; thence 100 ft West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft East; therice 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more or less, tot the purpose of  Summer Home.  Valerie Angell  , Dated August 16, 1969.  3207-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct 1,  M 8, |9C9  Form No. 18  (Section.'82)  LAND, ACT  Notice of Interition to Apply  to Lease If.ond  *In Land Recording: District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Donald  Scimmon of Burnaby, occupation labourer in|ei*dB to -apply  ifor ji lium of the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a .pos..  planted on the South West  corner; thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 .ft Went; thence 300 ft  South ond containing V* ocres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Donald Scimmon  Dated AwR"*"** 1��, 1069.  3260-pul). Sept 17, 24, Oct 1,  ,8, 19C9  Mmymuf^+Lto  . Form No- 18 ���  (Section .82)  LAND ACT  Notice of ,-Intention to Apply  to Lease Juuna  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, *B.C. and situate  on tbe North East End of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  , Take notice ihat Marjorie  Conn of Vancouver, occupation Secretary intends to apply  for a lease, of the following  ."described* lands;���  Commencing at a post  planted* on the North East corner; thence 300 ft. North;  thence; 100 ft. West; thence  300 ft. South; thence 100 ft  East and containing % acres,  more or less, for "the purpose  of Summer Home.  , Marjorie Conn  ''   Dated August 16, 1969.  3255-pub. Sept. d-7, 24, Oct 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND. ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  1 to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of    '  West Lake on Nelson island.  Take notice that Edna Hope  of Burnaby, occupation house-  ivife intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South West  Corner; thence 100. ft East;  thence 300 ft North; thence  100 ft. West; thence 300 ft.  South and containing *% acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Edna Hope     ���  Dated August 16, 1969.  3264-pub. Sept-17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  ���..-   .        LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Edith Mc-  Lachlan of Vancouver, occupation Business Woman intends to apply for a.lease of  the following described lands:  ' Commencing at a post  planted on the South East  Corner; thence 100 ft West;  thence 300 ft. North; .thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing aA acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  ,    Edith McLachlan  pated August 16, 1969.  3262-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct 1,  8, 1969  WI��q��jtelM<H��lt��MIIWWWMlfMt-WMllW��W^  -AVMiABm wmmm cmauge by  mmm^mm^tmlrmm^mmwm^mm  GIBSONS: Community Health Centre, Tuesday, pet. 21, 10 a.nr_.-5 p.m.  MADEIRA PARK: Legion Hall, Friday October 17, 9 o.m.-12 noon  SECHELT: St. -Mary's Hospital, Friday, October 17, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.  ammsmsama  BOBS  mam  iiiiijjiih iMjuiim, tipmiFiyBaqB&BBsmBaxssmBm  ���iyM-wy.iwf|MMi-��n]^fi(^JM��Mw3fflaM>��iJ  ���BIS  imnnmmmmMivmm  Jk Meol to flem@ffAir ^f  o   o  *  ON THANKSGIVING DAY \ FEATURING.  European and Canadian Pishes���  A Special for thanksgiving Day.  HAVE YOUR CHOICE: Turkey pinner, with all the trimmings  Soup ond dessert, included.  FRE5H LEG OF PORK WITH APPLE SAUCE  ROAST BEEF AND YORKSHIRE PUDDING - JUICY STEAKS WITH SALADS  OR A HAM STEAK WITH PINEAPPLE RINGS.  * One Special Combination: Viennq Schnidzels, Cabbage Rolls and Perogis all  on one plate.  We would like to thank all ihe -residents from Pender Harbour; also to residents  from Gibsons to Powell River '.for patronizing us in our restaurant business and we  hope to please you in the future. We thank you again. JOE and MARY FRASER.  THANKSGIVING DINNERS SERVED SUNDAY AND MONDAY  Please phone ior Reservations; 883-2340  ^^^^^^^^^^^^M.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  * This free reminder of coming events isia service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Rhone .Peninsula Times -direct for free listings, specifying -"Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a '-'reminder" -listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  Oct. 9���2 p.m, St. Hilda's Hall. Sec^glt-Hospital Aux. meeting.  Oct. 9���8 p.m.   Elphinstone -School.  Problems of pulpmill  pollution.  Speaker Dr. Ralph Eatfcersop.  Oct. 14���8 p.m. Anglican Church-Hall. Gibsons. <5irl Guide L.-A. Meet  Oct. 16���1:30 p.m. Legion Hall, Secheit Senior Citizens' Assn." meeting.  Oct. 17���10 a.m.-12 noon Madeira Park" Legion Hall. Measles vaccination for children .12,months-12 years.  Oct. 17���2-5 p.m. St. Mary's Hospitpl. Measles .vaccination fpr.children  12.mpnths-12 years.. , " -  Oct. 17���2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion HoJI.'LjA. Rummage Sale.  Oct. 18���2-4 p.m. Legion-Hall Secheit." Fall Tea A Bazaar. L.A. Canadian Leoion Branch 140.  Oct.   18���From  9 p.m.  Elphinstone. Gibsons Sea - Cavalcade "Deficit  ���''    Donee", prizes and surprises.  ASK FOR JREI CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Becording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on  the North West Shore of ,  West Lake on Nclison Island.  Take notice that Twylla  Mae Sonnenberg of Buinuby,  occupation Houtt.wifc intends  to apply for a jense of the following d��smbcd lands:���  ���Commencing at n poM  planted South Knst Corner;  thence lOp ft. W��.t; thence .'100  ft. North; thence 100 ft Kast;  thence 300 ft, South and containing *)'. ncresl more or )<*��..  for tho purpose of Summer  Home.  ,t        Twylla Mae Sonnenbern  Dated Augunt 10, liMM).  3268-pub. Sept, 17, 24, Oct 1.  R, 10C9  Canada Savings Bonds. Available in denominations of  ��� $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000, or $25,000. Cashable at any  time.for full face value plus earned interest. Offering  thisyear a higher-than-ever average annual yield of 8%.  Which means you'll have doubled your money by the tinria ,  tho bonds mature in 9 years.  'I   . ' '  Buy by .instalments at the Bmli pf ^nntrei  Pay as little as 6% down ond iho remainder in easy payments over a year.  ^���yffl^ipii  DOWN %  FOR ^  A  POND  '5.00  i  BOND  ?25.00  DOWN FOR A  550080 BOND  >5Q.OO  DOWN FOR A  SIOOO^BOND  Canasta ^avtnp Bonds. The bonds that benefit all Canadians,  Now at tho Bank of Montreal.  Izzd Bank of Montreal'  CeoMa'sflscfiarifs  w***j.  *  *.  *  (J2 J  '������.rG  ' vG  * ',*o  JO  ,;'.v,  , i-.  >**"?  .'If!  .S3  - v if  ���   '.i  i  11 i  !>..>  aw  \ ']"i'  Ut.'I  *.v  inn*;  *.'Uf  tllljj  ���cv.y  ';ii<��i*  i-'iflj  "���Mr.  '���JI  .1.1  '!'"(  "1/'  , 1 - -���  .1111  v :. ��� *  . �� ,._. 4��*��.,_�����_��* ^  *,!���*)-*.     I*.     �� M  r  'H*-!^*.     *"|f��,      *��� -,C'<J"4  . ,    --��''..   V-W-r  y��*vwvi!,'.'i ���_��� tf v^w-(-'-?*. * *.'.'*v'Vj-'- ^'V.1*'1- j-V-^-v ^���-^*vV'X*^v^"-ti^f-^i^^^,.^*^*^"��*,^-^'^'i<,'',^>''  ^V��-/V l*" -*HV* -V    ��� I*1" (* "*" V1^*^"*" *  i ���!.:-.,*c'-;.-/-  Page A-4 .        The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 8, 1969  Around B.C.  ���by Edgar Dunning  from his CBC Neighborly News  broadcast Sundays 8:30 a.m.  HELLO, Neighbors:  A dentist in'Powell River who feels  residents in isolated sections of Georgia  Strait and Malaspina Strait -aren't > getting  the dental attention they deserve is doing  something about it���he makes house calls  in a specially equipped mission boat Dr.  Allan Wasylyshen, in ctf-operation with  the Seventh Day Adventists-^mission boat  the Northern Light made calls at three  ports on Reid Island, 20 miles northwest  of Lund.  The Powell River News says that the  doctor's portable equipment was loaded on  the 50-foot Northern Light. At the three  stops the dentist and his attendant attended 18 patients. He extracted and filled  teeth of school children, Indians, loggers  and fishermen.  Dr. Wasylyshen said the  ^mmwmv^^^  m.  .. >c  ���>  iV  ��� *  /   *1\***f "*��� t .'*j **"-���*��� *V"  A   /- '*    - -  L  '���...������' *?-.'���' ''W/:- .** - V,. JvU 1?/- v.-*1** ���-���".  e  -Don't'., delay, shop early far all  �� -> , *��� �����- *;    ��   r  your .Spring Bulbs.  Dozens of  varieties to choose' from.  WE IMPORT ALL.OUR BULBS  DIRECT FROM HOLLAND,  ���CHUT GARDE  Phone 885-9711  -.,..-'-" Installation  Determined to catch the last ferry Cedar's, Ian last Thursday.   Those Directors   Charlie . Mandelkau,   D.  dental problem on Reid island was so   leaving the Sunshine Coast at 8:30 managing to reach the head table in Blakeman, M. Parsey, George Coop-  __...__ .u-. u��� ^ ���*a~ _, ,��.^rt +r,n on    j^.  yjsjtang Kiwanis International time are, front row from left: Trea- er and John Matthews.  Other pffic-  Lieutehant Governor Gill Young con- surer Ev.   Nyfors,. Vice - President ers are Vice-President Frank Lewis,  ducted* what must have been the fast- Dave Johnston,* President John Har- Directors W. Laing and K. Stewart.  est installation on record, held at ihe vey, Secretary Bill Haley. Back row:; ���-            Y   '"*        ' '         _      " *"  acute that he has made a second trip on  the mission boat. On the second trip he  took along portable X-ray equipment.  ,  Mrs. Clyde Gildersleeve, wife of the'  captain of the Northern Light said: "We  thought a dentist would be able to give  more service than a medical doctor. If-a  person is really sick he'll usually take a  plane out, but you have to be just about  dead with a toothache before you'll fly  out. Years ago there was a marine dentist  on this part of the coast, but there hasn't  been one for a long time."  Dr. Wasylyshen donates his time and  equipment for the service. Those patients  who could "pay, paid the regular dental  fees and that money went toward the upkeep of the mission boat  The Northern Light is the only mission  boat on the west coast operated by the  Seventh Day Adventists. It operates for  nine months of the year and is based in  Port Hardy. It does a lot of welfare work,  mainly between Powell River and Bella  Coola, and another of the services it* will  now offer from time to time is the dental  skills of Dr. Allan Wasylyshen of Powell  River.  r  ��� *���  _:*-  4.   I  ,.  V    * .  **���������*������"���.���*_���'���  i>  . -    * t*  - >.  . x*\  /.'S.'Y.'nY -���������  ��� 'I   I ���   ���*���  ���Ibf/iy  '���" "���-    \  *,.       I   A.,r    .  tt  I  .*��*  /  "*AV  ��� ir*"1 J-v*  '>""*���*."   - *'���.���'   v  ��� rJi" ' *���'  IN���.". -.*/   '-  *       t       * tit    ',  *   '      -.  ��**����    ���*** v"  1.  I  I _��  I  . -*  ���       \        -   y \ _      N*-���^���' -"��       -*�����   ;  ��� '   . -   - ���   ; lJ Li : : i;L;   ������'/vvw  _       * ji *. ��� *    ���*���.  *��   ^ . r    * - '     ��  J.  ���f  F   ���  *.  **..  y *���  t!  *.v.  ���** ^  **    *.-  '' Nsw* Pr&sicldnt  Nevre of Fort St John and itTead: being required for.a-passport and it seems    r     .  _-   -   2  * .""  "Tharecan be few who "would dispute     equally logical that one should be placed - Last Thursday was a busy day for  the_,need for a standardized traffic code    on a driving license which is -justlas much.   Kiwanis International Lieutenant  And Fred White in his column hi the     "*"* no local v31^1*0;1"**-5. but;the suggestion    a document of identification as a passport.   'Governor   GiU   Young   who   dashed  _-_>��   mU��4.��i*__u>1i_i    _n.*��     jlwlt./mn*    1��nA*i_.y%r.   w*_in^*.   W_rv TvT_~_tv_-_+1^ _-_,l_____-��i-t       1*4*      Tir41 I     V__-_.     _*l1W\WCH.rt     T*F    *t-V_ _^.��^^V i_im_�� ___p1__*l_L     __?__.___,_-__._,    '*1_. _!__'-__. __._.___.       _____  (X TI  _.__.__         _L_  Rossland | Miner says that no matter what  happens, there's always someone who  knew it would.  I came across a couple of editorials on  highway and driving problems this week  that I thought you might find interesting.  The first one was the Alaska Highway  of photographs on drivers* licenses may be  more controversial. This" suggestion is a  sensible one in view of the fact that cases  have come to light where convictions have  been recorded against .innocent persons  whose' licenses have" fallen into unauthorized .hands.  "No one complains about a photograph  SlCHitT-  IM**-  ' *"~" ��� ���*������*  Tryg*. y.HVMfc'W.'J.'". ���'vm, ii.'i" '_��� i'-s1 ua'TTg.  ^i.Hli.i-JffiUJ  _Z__n  >r*&S!iS!f^^  FRIDAY 8 ��%M. TO TUESDAY 1  P.l  Nonethelipss, it will be surprising, if t there  are not objections from the. lunatic fringe  who view any progressive proposal as ah  infringement of personal -liberty," despite  the fact that only the criminal fraternity  will have anything to lose by it"  And then the editor of the Squamish  Times was annoyedby^i common problem-  of the highway���the tailgaters. Here's how  the editorial rea'd: *  "Somewhere between the largest 4ow- -  bed truck and the smallest .compact there:  are creatures known, as tailgaters.   They  come in assorted-sizes-and -shapes." Ycnrr "P the coas't to Nanaimo and then straight  find them everywhere ��� at any .time���but    across.  VANCOUVER 6S5-4922  SECHELT S��5-2214  E^AM ABSwlO       753-2041  SECHELT, B.C.  B*SB��K��a8l��.^  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  WEEKEND  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Regular Schedule in Effect Plus  Extra Sailings Oct 10 and Oct 13  Lv. HORSESHOE I. AY  4:00 pm  '  6:00 pm  8:00 pm     I  10:00 pm  For Information phono:  Mor*��thoo Bay Wl-7411  Lv. LANGDALE  3:00 pm  5:00 pm  7:00 pm ���'  9:00 pm  Lnngdalo 886-2372  BRITISH COLUHSlfl  mostly two feet from your rear bumper.  Undertakers   love   them,   drivers   being  tailed  hate  them,  and  empty highways '  frustrate them.   ..-..���' .i  ; "A taUgater'is ignorance with* a weap- .  on at his command; death-with a gleam  ih ;ifcs eye, stupidity with'the  jpower to  kill, irresponsibjlity with af driver's license.  "No one is so' familiar7with the Hospital  emergency room, or so it home in traffic  court. ��� When you. don'J; want him, he is  grinning at you in your fear-view mirror.  No one'else can cram into 20 years of driving, 20 assorted , varieties of cars * with  shoved-in front ends?   ���  "You can charge him higher insurance-  premiums, but . you. cannot charge him  with the murder of his victims. You can  suspend his license,* but you can't suspend  his driving.  "He is your terror, your shadow, the  cause of your cursing, your constant, too-  close road companion. But when he finally turns off at a beer parlor, he's a soothing vacant space behind your car, a toothache that has stopped hurting, a feeling of  safety in the world."  And another observation I came across  this week is that one of thc most difficult  instruments to play is second fiddle.  Since  the  Apollo  11   astronauts  have  ^walked on the moon a few months ago,  many people feel that that once mysterious orb has lost some of the romantic  appeal that it used to have. One of those  people is F. K. Munro of Port Kclls and  here's how ho put his thoughts in a poem  printed in the Surrey Leader.   He titled  it "The Moon is Down."  For countless edns it has floated there,  Remote, serene, untouched,  Inviolate,  In the long endless corridors of space;  From n slim sickle in the sunset west;  To the round,, burnished lantern moon,        j  Glowing and golden in the dusky cast;  Beloved of pocLs, and of lovers too,  And, all romantic dreamers down the years.  Now human demi-gods,  Straddling the* hurtling miles  Across the vrust. immensities of splice  . .-.AVc'Set1 their feet upon its alien sod,  ,   And plucked it from its pluce among thc  stars.  The Lftdy Moon no longer queens ih space;  Magic and mystery arc reduced  To dust  And Ashes  On m long dead sphere.  The symbol of lost dreams  No longer beckons,  "Tlie Moon is Down" by F. K. Munro  , of Port Kclls,  , straight from his own installation to  Gibsons to'perform his first duty, the  installation of Sunshine Coast .Kiwanis. From left is the new lieutenant  - Governor pictured with Gibsons new  President John Harvey and retiring  President Danny Wheeler.  -     ���  More about .. .  �� Dogwood Princess  ���from  page  During the-summer months, the vessel has a busy schedule making seven  round-trips to Gambler* and Keats seven  days a week, wiih extra runs on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.  During the winter .months it has a 5-day  a week schedule. The Baptist Camp on  Keats Island keeps the' passenger list high  ddring the summer months. "  ��� "��� The perky .little .Dogwood Princess is  the smallest vessel of the B.C. Ferries and  she slips almost-unnoticed past the grandiose Queens berthed at Langdale but she  provides safe and comfortable passage for  the'Islanders. "Most" regular passengers arc  older people who have retired on the beautiful islands and there is no doubt they  fully appreciate the extra comfort provided by the ne>v vessel.  1^66 Volkswagen 1300  Deluxe Coach. Custom radio. 4 brand new  560x15    tires.    Completely    reconditioned.  ojiy'3'o-ooo $9^5  21SS3 Ford Fairlane 500  4 door Sedan. 289 V8 engine. Automatic  transmission.   Power   Steering   and   Brakes.  iSSQ Ford Falcon  2 door  Scdon.   Economical  6   cyl.  engine.  3 speed   automatic   transmission.   Custom  radio, extra wheels and snow tires.  Exceptionally  clean. : .   1964 GfHC 1 ton Flat Deck   a969 Cruisaire Tent Trailer  Big 6 cyl. engine. 4 speed transmission., No  spin differential. Completely reconditioned  and ready to go to  work,   i I    1957 Pontiac  4 dr. Sedan. 6 cyl. engine Standard transmission.   Very, clean  interior.  Runs very well. _  10-S4 f&ambler Ambassador  990���2 door Hardtop. 327 V0 engine, 3  speed automatic transmission. Power steering and brakes, custom radio, whitewall  tires. New muffler, new upholstery, new water pump, transmisison overhauled. A completely reconditioned used car. CtfJlll'llC.  REAL VALUE AT W.!P5  BRAND NEW���Equipped with mattresses,  canopy, spare wheel and tire. Step, safety  chain, trailer litcs, Cost $561.  OUR WINTER PRICE ���.._  1964 Ford Falcon  4  door Sedan.  A very clean compact car  equipped  with  3  speed standard  transmission, 6 cyl. engine*, for economy.  Almost Brand New  Tires.      t.  1965 Valiant V200 Deluxe  4 door Sedan. High performance 6 cyl.  engine, 3 speed automatic transmission.  Custom radio.  Clean Car  . '_���_  /7*nr  V^  Lib  IM  iro)i?>ro)n  lUULTUU  GIBSONS, B.C.  PHOUE 086-2237  ��i_aSMffis_h^  POPmAf! CABACHE? STARS  CDWfCFffY ' and WESTEIIN  Ladies Please ��� . ��� No Slacks ��� ��� ���  Reservations only ��� .. $6.00'per conpte. $fiuHrt>sbord from 7 p.m.... Dance 9 p.m. to ?  ���Mione 885-231:1 - Highway "101t Sects��!!, B.C*  -1  _}  '-!  i'J  M  11  ri  r'i  I.  .   li  h  ' i </-��� i*..  ' V. >  '.-1* fi    ,|     "���'''   V"    V*/!    "'     7 '  '        *"       "''l> A    !*    ,*i**- .     ,J     ',    *k    . ( I   .    j      _,       .      X.   ^. .i    ���*    . ,j,    "��� *  '   .      t/��    S'  , "   '     '      t"\T'    .    '   * '  I  v^v y<>.'�� *"- -, /." -   >., \ .'* .  ����� Y*YY"7 i***- >>v   i'-" ���$* " ���>*"*>   < >  !llV^.l��vjK>.-Ji."i*v . "e't1*. V'' f ..'*>). v �� - '-> * * WfrJ> i i��i��!^i m-V"*^5*)**. vy, y 4^4^*1,   ����� # ? i ���  .' /-, 'f    . "   *    .       ���",  , _.  ..' . .^1^ ���*V'  1     i  '    '  t'1 7  ���,V.*.'VVl/'.v11  -<*V ��"V > O'1 .  >* ^ >f*v^->. y.  . ,\      'v"*'' "   "  ���*"'    *  ,'  S1*" s J-*. ,. > ."V .. v-rf. V'^ * s * .  SPT^^r^*?*..T?^?;---,'  >-; r>' . ywj'^7l-rr"7^1Tt  T. tY>j... *   , ^y>vr** *>,i ^YY,"V Y*-' -  ���6.1  u  m  9  * I  i.|  u'  1  ;  ENINSULA  Wednesdoy, October 8, 1969  wwMMwway^^  Pages 1-6  Tickets limited  Secheit Rod* & Gun members  i -    - .  (,  prepare for annual events  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS .  FIRE PERMITS AND SPRINKLING  .   RESTRICTIONS CANCELLED  -  ���    Water sprinkling restrictions and the need for open fire permits  are cancelled at Midnight, September 30, 1969.  September 29, 1969.  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  -WMMMHHisama^^  Just right  Wheelhouse of the new Dogwood Prin-   Ferries vessel from Victoria to Lang-  cess commands a good view and vet-    dale is. well pleased with the well  eran seaman Mr. Hugo Hjorthy of    equipped craft.  Gibsons who brought the new B.C.  ".   * '��������� f,*1   i    ' /���  -��*^~   it.'1        , ^j_  *Y *��� VX^Ff*   . ** ������> .,.,,.y  *���������� ���***-       ^  >ifv1frjl  ;***:;  ,***. o-j,  ���}*- n**  Good Control  Little Princess is dwarfed by big  queens of the B.C. Ferry fleet but she  is ideal for small passenger runs between Langdale - Gambder and Keats.  Operators are pleased with complete  control over the movement of passengers who are snugly, seated in cabins  fore and aft.  .���.til  Blake C.AIderson D.C.  Post Office Building Secheit  <    ' Phone 385-2333  Y   Res. 886-2321  Tucsdoy to Friday 10:30 a.m. to.5*.30>.rt.>'  eycnings BY*APPonsrrMeNT  W_WfflW*l^'T^''W'w?.'",""'���>" 'J""C'M"yeN  PENDER HARBOUR  COMMUNITY CLUB  $500 JACKPOT  All Games $25  8:00 P.M.  OCTOBER 23,1969  Tickets Limited  3 for $5.00  extras $1.00  PENDER HARBOUR  COMMUNITY HALL  No-ono admitted under 16 years  Greene Court raffle  aids senior citizens  WINNERS of the Greene Court senior  citizens' homes raffle were drawn at a  meeting of the Greene Court Ladies'  Committee held at the home of Mrs. Sam  Dawe on September ,30th. "Guests of the  Committee were Mrs. Alan Greane and  Mrs. L. P. Hansen who was invited to  . draw the winner of the rctedlpoiht picture which she had made and donated:  ��� Lucky winner was Mrs. Olive Marshall of West Secheit. The 400 day clock  was won by C. G. "Renix of Vancouver  and ^he Garden f-,aim_eK donated by Mrs.  - Hobertrjodd "of- Madeira 7 Pjark went to  Mrs. Joe Paine of West Vancouver. Mrs.  Gladys EDingseii of Cortes Island was  the happy winner of the Silver Dogwood  Pin.the work of Millie Hasz Leyland. The  committee wishes ta express thanks to all  who helped make the raffle such a success by donating prizes, selling tickets  and by supporting it. Special thanks are  extended to Parker's Hardware which ,  gave generously of window space to display th;. prizes and to the management  of Shop-EasyNo. 5 for excellent co-operation with selling drives. The proceeds of  the raff la will be used for the, comfort  and welfare of the tenants of Greene  Court.  With its graceful landscaping and gay  gardens, Greene Court has already made  . a reputation as one of, Sechelt's beauty  spots. It should be still lovelier in years  to come, for this fall, six flowering cherry-  trees which have been donated as Mem*',  orial tributes, will be planted in lino  with the school playground, fence.  A fur-  _ ther improvement is the checkerboard  and oicnic site, being installed by the  Sunshint Coast Lions' Club.  ^gg��is��gzw  The popular mind is best made up by'  facts, well-rouged.  Chicanery, when chic, revels in an affluence of influence.  1    !  ,'  '  !     '  FfiOfifcs^fvifig Specio  on  iday, October 10th  there will be a  in the  OLE'S DINING ROO  to the music of the  ''Morman Ellis Trio"  On the same evening other dinners will bo accom  mcxJoted In the Conrad Dining Room.  LORD JIM'S LODGE at Ole's Cove  R.R. No. 1, Halfmoon Boy, B.C. For Reservation Phone 885-2232  ��� ' *. ��� *  COME-TO' LORD- JIM'S LODGE  Where wo delight  in adding  for your dining  pleasure food that is not only good but, superb.  OPEN DAILY  ^      BREAKFAST       7:45 a.m.      9:45 a.m."~iK  ^\1_0     LUNCH 12,00 noon      2:00 p.m  DINNER  6:00 p.m.      9:00 p.m.  SECHELT Rod and Gun Club, apart f "pom  its many normal functions, is presently  actively preparing for two of its* popular  annual events: Hallowe'en- Masquer&de  Party comes up on November 1 at the <��lub  house and.will feature live music for djanc-  ing, refreshments and lots of fun assured  for alt r,  Later, December 6, comes the'big night;  the Annual Game Banquet. As usual (the  Banquet and Dance will be held'in''the  Roberts Creek Hall and music will be provided by the same, ijroup which has become so popular during the past several  years of playing for the event. s  - Members providing meat are asked to  turn it over to Gunnar Wigard.  It is reported that in order to provide  rather greater comfort, tickets will be reduced this jyear, therefore it is advised  they be purchased early in order to avdid  disappointment ' ,Jj  Tickets for the Hallowe'en Masquerade  will be available from George Flay's Barber Shop or at C & S Sales, Secheit.    *j  Ladies' rifle group has doubled ��.ver  last year's membership and new membfers  are still welcome. Report from the cjub,  is that some _of the ladies are showing  extremely good marksmanship. \  Juniors start this month with Junior-  Seniors Sunday, October 19 at 7 p.mi. Jand  Jumor-Juniors Sunday, October 26 af 7  p.m. Newcomers are asked to attend {he  October 19 session. '.y  Nominations for the Gus Crucil Memorial Trophy are again on the agenda akd  it is requested that ballots be submitted  before the November meeting. Qualities  for this award;mciude sportsmanship and  work on behalf "of the club during the  year.       ."'-'-���������  1969 Salmon* Derby results are as follows: -.���-,-  May ��� High Fish, W. DeHart, 26 lbs.;  Draw Fish, Edward Sigouin (Jr.), 16 lbs.  ������MFozs.' - '..>������' :"7   -;'  June ��� High Fish, Pat Mullins, 30 lbs.,  15 ozs.; Draw Fish, Don-Caldwell, 19 lbs.,  8 ozs.  July ��� High Fish, H. Nelson, 31 lbs.,  8 ozs.; Draw Fish, B. Ono, 15 lbs., 6 ozs.  Aug..��� High Fish, Don Caldwell, 28  lbs., 5 ozs.; Draw Fish, Tom Gory, 7 lbs.,  1 oz.  Season High Fish, Harold Nelson, 31  lbs., 8 ozs.  Jr. Season High Fish���Edward Sigouin,  29* lbs., 12 ozs.  Local group schedules  meeting on pollution  SUNSHINE Coast Environment Protection  Society has invited Dr. Ralph Patterson, General Manager, Howe Sound Pulp  Division of Canadian Forest Products, to  speak about the problems of pollution facing pulp and paper nulls in general and  specifically what is being done in Port  Mellon to combat these problems.  The Pulp and Paper Industry is very  concerned with the problems of environmental--control and Dr. Patterson, who is  chanroan of the pollution committee, of the  Canadian Pulp and Paper.,.Association,,is  well qualified to outline both the problems  and the methods being taken to control  pollution.     " -  Believing .that it is of value ito both  Canadian Forest Products and die com-  , niunity^ that the problems faced by the  industry; .are. properly understood the Society is appreciative of Dr. Patterson's willingness to; accept the invitation.  . The meeting has been arranged for Oc-  . tober 9 at 8 p.m. in Room 123 at Elphinstone Secondary School and everyone interested is welcome to attend.  SJSSEESEESrrssSg  ^^'���l*i*���iV^n��i^ns^ViVl���i��^nqVi%Vl���rlVf���W'^V}^nV:V^^^���l*r^^'lV  Keep smiling sez Jedway Jim-it makes  your wife wonder What you've beeii iip  to!  SECHELT HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  L.  Custom made in two sizes.  PHONE:  Mrs. Ina Grate 885-9457 - Mrs. Marg. Burley 885-2179  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2171  ffMfflll^^  Now when you buy d new! 970  Volkswagen you gel two year*' worth  of free check up*. ,  By using spectol electronic equipment we examine just,about everything that can affect your VW's health.  f.  The idea behind it all is to detect  small trouble* before they become big  troubles. And to mako Volkswagens  lait even longer.  Volkswagen Diagnosis.  It's a whole new way of life.  ���V,*_-WvJt��,,^�� *��**�����.*��� ,.  Wilh clo%r lo 300 VW dealrri. ocrofft Canada th-rrir ho* lo l><* one t\osv lo you. J  ,.,.     *. .*��.**_ ��_,*~.,^*  ^.���L***   ��� *** ���*��� -������ *�������* *-'����������-**4*m4m**��*^^M,*��m'm*MimMmmU^Vto^mMtim,m*d^��^><m��4mmlMmH�����4m*<*mim*imi>^-*>)tmm0'+ $***"*��**��ttd|  } 1 t*-w>^   l^Wln1*. ' w^r'  ;���<���<���*���   *  ^-^t'  jfw��fc ���*��/������**���*���     <��-��hn  yagsrea-     /Tre^etir-^afa^rfiw^   ^WeffimayyGffih���r%viv69  i  "/ iHoy &e wrong,-but I shall-not be so wrong as-to fail to say what-1 believe' to be*'right."  ,    , " ... * ���ionn Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B." Alsgard, Publisher  witmiMlsHtimmiMwUWithniiiMitUiii,  1,vmimmmtm)mf_(kmm1tm  nfau.  o_^pniii  BEHIND the scenes the'clammy little  hand of short sighted parochialism is  already at work preparing to sabotage  that proposed School District Referendum Nb. 10 because plans are included  for a junior senior high school in Secheit.  As well as a few reasonable arguments against such a proposal there are  a nymber of fairly obvious reasons why  some of the opponents raise their voices  to the skies and others work in rather  more devious ways.  During the past few years some, millions of dollars have been approved for  school expenditure on the Sunshine  Coast, probably ninety percent of which  has ended up in the Gibsons area. Today Pender Harbour students are unable  to take certain courses, Secheit is in a  deplorable situation and Elphinstone  High has developed into an architectural  monstrosity.  Each time major additions have^been  added at great expense to Elphinstone we  have been told future expansion will be  impossible. Yet, each year large sums  are paid in architect's fees for ugly additions.  On the face of things three senior  high schools in the area would appear  a little ridiculous. At the same time, as  far as education is concerned there  should most certainly be no inequity.  This year a few of the Pender graduates did remarkably well under the circumstances. Others might have d6ne  equally well, possibly better, had they  the facilities presently available at Elphinstone, yet it would be absurd to expect them to have to travel up to forty  miles each way in order to attend that  school. Further, overcrowding has already necessitated shift classes which  means substantial expansion is again imperative.  "What has to be faced up to-is the  fact that planning for today is costing  the taxpayer colossal sums of money due  to spiralling and often questionable building costs. Planning now for ten years  hence might well result in what appears  s to be a heavy budget but taking into con  sideration what costs will be in another  decade, then such planning is no more  than a very sound investment.,  Acreage wise Secheit is equal to that  of Gibsons/ ^Poplilation'is abbbt one-  third of Gibsons but taking in a five-mile  radius it would equal that* of Gibsons in  a 'five-mile radius, "therefore the old  faithful argument of greater population  is invalid, in fact" we have arrived at a >  {.eriod when it hardly enters the situation.  The whole area between West Secheit and Wilson Creek has grown rap- *-  idly during* recent-years. Substantial development is taking place between Wilson Creek - and'Roberts Creek and a  great deal more is scheduled* for "the Secheit area -shortly. .We -are - in' no way  suggesting Gibsons is dropping behind,  indeed the reverse is the situation. Bfit,  we must not overlook the fact that things  are about to��accelerate in Secheit.  The School Board has wisely, and  finally, -succeeded in obtaining twelve  acres of Grown.property at Selma Park  at a saving of many thousands of dollars  to the taxpayer. A centrally 'located  school taking into consideration the inevitable future growth would not only  solve many present problems, it would  cut down transportation costs,'eliminate  shift classes and, unlike Elphinstone,  could be planned with a view to future  expansion. Again, cost today will be but  a fraction of. prices in a few years time.  We- do not have figures as yet but  they will eventually be put out by the  Board. One thing we do know is that  only a portion of the total/Referendum  figure actually falls upon local taxes. In  effect, the amount payable'at the local  level renders the 'full amount considerably less ominous than it would appear.  This whole area, as we frequently  state, faces a future of tremendous  growth and potential. To make the most  of that future these petty differences and  limited outlooks have to be thrown aside.  The sooner general co-operation is accepted the better the entire Sunshine  -Coast will benefit and prosper.  -BUSfttf,;,**-; ��,y..rAk/.-S7"!.CT<: -.tiJ/Sm.^ifft'i�� Saa  UytOEST STOCK OF  "Looks to me like'youcould use a Power Squadron course!"  Secheit Legion  Branch 140 general meeting  'scheduled loir "Ofetolaer -20f:li -  to age of 12'are invited to this event.  Application forms made available to  members Ior their children's participation  ,-have to be in'to-the secretary or left with  .the steward before November 30th.  Tickets for the New Years Dance will  'be on. sale November 8th.  MANY countries have, over the centuries, reached the stages of rise and  decline. In some cases speed of decline  has greatly exceeded rate of rise and  usually with extremely drastic consequences.  On a lesser scale, this seemingly inevitable phenomena has already extended its claws to Great Britain which; although not as financially depressed as  our news media would have us believe,  will never again be a world power. Larger countries have grown around the old  mother country and in turn have themselves become powerful influences in an  increasingly complex universe.  There remains little doubt that the  United States tops the deck at the present  time. With its massive financial resources and progressive ability it has, without  question, taken number one spot among  the big guns.  No one seeks the spectacle of a large  ship floundering and it is hardly conceivable that anyone who welcomes freedom  such as wc enjoy in thc western world  wou|d be sufficiently blind to the consequences to wish for toppling of the  U.S.A.     ,  Unfortunately, as with many other  past big powers, the decline will come  from within and indications arc that thc  mighty has reached its point of culmination. The rot is setting in, a cold breeze  is fanning up an internal inferno, the  political scene is a depressing one and  the colored situation can do nothing else  but erupt into civil war.  Thc detonation of a large bomb in  Alaska last week did exactly as the experts predicted. No harm befell anyone  and it might be claimed all panic was  unnecessary and President Nixon was  correct in adopting n line of firm resistance to demands that the project be  called off;  This is strictly a mailer of opinion  and one to which we do not subscribe.  Dogmatism has previously bq*n responsible for loss of life and, undoubtedly,  will continue to do so, In this field, it  is now obvious, Nixon is an expert. His  own experts did not say there would be  no ill effects from the explosion, only  that they did not think there would be  any. There was no worth while explanation given as to thc value of thc experiment, neither did anyone come up with  any valid reason why blowing up of giant  fireworks could not be carried out in a  less vulnerable location.  Perhaps the most significant factor to  emerge from thc whole futile operation  wit's the total disregard for the feelings  and wishes of Canadians, Americans and  people of other nations by Nixon who,  wc nil know, was besieged with phone  calls and telegrams. Many of these calls  for a halt came not only from all age  groups, numerous responsible organization1), City Mayors, MLAs, and members  of parliament, but from it cabinet minister who was expressing tho view of his  government.  ('renting n loud bang, it seems, takes  predominance over thc request by a  neighboring country twhich although by  no maim a,, 'powerful "ftjethe -Untied  States, has vastly greater respect through-  Out the free world.  Naturally the idealists,' anarchists- and  commies in our midst have climbed  aboard-the'band wagon-on-this issue but  these people are interested only in seeing  the submission of our western civilization  to that of Soviet dictatorship.  This, however, is an issue which most  responsible citizens look upon as sense-  les and hazardous provocation by a  country with a sorry history of violence  and one Which appears to have as its  President a man'dedicated to. that very  causa -  '. The American people as, a whole do  not seek such behavior but it was ever  thus: There are always those who have  a dictatorial streak capable of creating  turmoil and destruction and we would  hazard a guess that within a decade another great power will have joined the  line up of fallen empires.  NEXT   general  m.eting  of  Branch   140  Royal Canadian Legion, Secheit, is  scheduled for Monday October 20th.  Many summer distractions are over wjth  a good attendance is sought during coming months.  Executive has been working on. general business affairs and projects and  "members simport of meetings is essential  to ratify decisions reached by executives.  Executive meeting will be held as-usual on the s.cond Monday of each month  Next metting will be October 13th.  Formation of a building committee to  investigate all aspects of development of  new Branch premises was carried out by  the executive earlier this summer. Com-  mittee| comprises Comrades W. Larson,  T. Ritchie and G. Gee.  First report was submitted with good  response at the September general meeting and members seeking more information are urged to attend October 20th.    j  While  membersliip  took  an  upswing  .have   'appeared   at   meetings.   However  this year, it is noted that no new faces  membership honor card system is repor-  The Peninsulaj^^  Published Wednesdays at Secheit  on B.C's Sunshine Coast  '''     by   ,  Secheit Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 310 - Secheit, B.C.  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S.B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  I Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  <_���.* I .��� ������ m*mm*^4*4mm4mmm*4*��**0Mmm4*mm*m*m+mvm4.  ted as working satisfactorily. There are  a few delinquent members who are urged  to help the'Branch'by'paying dues.  Square "Dancing is now a feature of  Saturday nights at the club house in addition to ,-normal Saturday - nigfit entertainment. Members are invited to drop in  and test their skill on the recently installed * pool' table.  Some club memberships -are still a-  vailable and anyone knowing of interested-parties are asked to contact the secretary.  Armistice Banquet and Dance will be  -held.- Saturday November 8th in the Legion Hall at 6:30 p.m. This event will be  open   to   Legion   and   Ladies   Auxiliary  members as well as ex'service personnel.  "Dancing will commence at 9  p.m.  and  will be open to*the public. A prominent  -Command  Official is expected  as  guest  speaker- Deadline for banquet tiskets is  "October-Slst. -  Another-popular annual event is the  Children's Christmas Party planned this  year for December 21st. 2 p.m. in the  Secheit Legion HalL Children of Branch  Ladies Auxiliary and Club members up  1  cial T-tankss-Vipg  ��IY,O0TOt  o  'PRIZES  $fl5.@�� for Every Game  $300.00 JACKPOT  o  $1.00 each for first THREE cards.  Fifty  cents  for each additional  card.  HALF-TIME CARDS���  3 for'$1.00  i|pasi_ffi4^^  sp  \  fODiys  '  PB-��G06DS  CtfllLDI&E&S'S & INFANTS'  WEAH  LAPSES' SP-dOTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  "S<_rvirig THe SUnshlHe Coast  885-2283  is..  Sechelf, B.C.  i��ING SIZED MEALS  Xt BUDGET PRICES  L?pillSUlI lit Ml,  ON HIGHWAY 101 at SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  ���MMa^MMM^^  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  P_BIM  ipf  lEPER BROS.  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This will Dive you el(jht  serving pieces, or enough to servo four people,  In a skillet with butter, soute the chlckeh over low heat, but without coloring It.  When It Is holt cooked odd 2 tablespoon, chopped onion, Hohtly cooked In butter, ond  o good pinch of paprika, Then odd holt cup of dry white wine, ono Oxo chicken bouillon  cube, and boil slowly to reduce the quantity by half. '  You should now pour In three quarters*of a cup of 35% cream and cook ot  bolllna point for o few moments, Incorporating In the sauce 3 tablespoons of butter  ond a squeeze of lemon Juice..  The final step 1$ to remove the chicken plcoes and set them on o hot serving  platter. Arrange around the plotter whatever garnishes you prefer, Then strain tho  sauce, pour It over tho chicken, ond serve,  tn France, gamMies aw never considered as mere decoration %\ruit> they aro a  most important part of tlie gourmet recipe, Chef Cbo'gnet, for this particular "Chicken  Soute Homomoker" reclpo, recommends .hot your various garnishes could be mushrooms,-pearl onions, smoll artichoke hearts, cucumber chunks, white asparagus tips, or  miniature potatoes. .  i  Whatever gornl.he*. you choose, they should tx* blanched ami tossed In butter  until cooked, without coloring, beloro putting them on the chicken serving platter.  Peninsula flumbing  Ltd.  HEATING & 'SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 086-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found ot . . .  WElJEfNIE'S  FASHION SMOPPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  25c "A DAY  will Completely install  a new shell furnace  Complete   with   oil burner,   ducbj!  work and oil tank In your homo.  Call   Dud   Kicwltz   your  Shell   Oil  Distributor  886-2133, Gibsons, B.C.  msms  OU THE SUMSETOE COAST  Examples:  Stock No. 123���1970 INTIRNATIONAL  1500D, 1 Vz ton. V8, 156" W.B. on duals,  blue.  Stock No. 124���1970 INTERNATIONAL  HOOD, blue. 6'cyl. 3 spd., H.D. SPS  4- shocks.  Stock No. 121���1970 INTERNATIONAL  1100D, red and white, 304 V8, 3 spd.  Deluxe trim.  Stock No. 122���1970 INTIRNATIONAL  1100D 4x4.1 Green, 304~V8, 4 spd. extras.  Stock.No. 107���1969 INTERNATIONAL  SCOUT, 4x4 304 V8, 4 spd. Deluxe trim  etc.  Stock No. 106���1969 INTERNATIONAL  HOOD. Gold and black. 304 V8, auto.  Deluxe trim etc.  Stock   No.   120���1970  INTERNATIONAL  1200D, 3/4 ton. 4x4. Green, 345 V8, 4  spd. hubs etc.  Stock 117A���1964-MERC. P.U. Complete  with 8' Monarch camper, sleeps 4 people-  Brand new 8 ply rubber, 1 owner, 28,000  original miles.  Stock No. 105A���1962 CHEV. 4x4 P.U.  Green, big V8. 48,000 miles, good shape.  Stock No. 115U���1966 VW double cab  P.U., new motor, hunters special.  Stock No. 125���1969 VOLKSWAGEN STATION .WAGON. Royal red, fuel injection,  fully automatic transmission. Brand New.  Stock No. 93���1969 VOLKSWAGEN deluxe  bug, beige. 4 spd. Brand Now.  Stock No. 126���1962 LINCOLN Convt.  Beige, new'tires.  Stock No. 98A���1966 VW FASTBACK.  Blue. Good all round condition.  Stock No. 118A���1967 CAMERO 327, 4  spd., chromies, red line, wide ovals, blue.  Good condition.  Stock No. 119A���1968 CHEVELLE EL CA-  M1NO. 340 HP 327, 4 spd., good shape.  Stock No. 109 A���1968 VW DELUXE. Red,  black upholstery. Another undestructible  Bug!  Stock No. 92���1969 V.W. DELUXE. Red,  demo. 4,000 miles, extra goodies, radio  ,ete.    -;  Stock No. 124A���1962 V.W. DELUXE.  Grey, 1 owner, 24,000 orig. miles-  Like new.  1970 VOLKSWAGENS  See them October 9, 1969  Stock No. 89B���1963 VW STATION WGN.  Blue, new tires, radio.  Stock Np. 'MAr-T-l W VW KARMANN  GHIA. 1 owner, priced to sell.  Stock    No.    105D���1961    VW    DELUXE.  Good shape.  Stock No. 127���NEW DUNE BUGGY, yol-  low. Coming Soon!  WATCH FDR OUR NEW  DISPLAY SHOWRODili  BOATS���6 now and 1 used 8** - 14'  Sportsrhan fibrCgloSs arid Stare raft  Aluminum.  HONDAS: 1 only 750 cc 4 cyl.; 350  scrambler; 450 scrambler; 1 used  55 Trailster; 6 New 90 Trailsters,  6 new Mini-trails.-2 Power Saws.  CANOPIES: 2 cab height Pam Tops;  oiio 30" Pam Top,, bubble windows/  2 Sportsman fibreglass.  1 used Datsun; 1 Bcatty Gator  Trailer. Brand New Special���2 only,  Model 711 Okanagan Cab over  Campers. Reg. price $1495.00 ���  Sale Price $1322.00.  WADE UP-OR DOWN  All Trades Welcome  400% FliaANCIHG  AVAILABLE  at  Authorized Dealers for  Volkswagen - International - Honda  Starcraft - Sportsman and  Boomer Buggy  SECHELT  ���Phone 885-2818  I 'Res. 685*9646.  i  ;'  .  to/..  4   *   ��   4   .  ,; i.  �� fS��iMlt*   A ,iA,**V **i��l |tt.rfl f�� **��*<��� ���*. ���>  '    #   #*-���H*!.     ���**���-������     **-.   A   <*    , ,__*���*   ���** '****"Sl-   "*-"**  +f "** "     "I*'' *> ���*>*'-����� *-*"-^v *��   *^.���_ J u���__,    ^V-*1'   K����y"u S^l*' \ ^   "^  (/    yV  kft.-Jf r^**i*V   ��� i  .   O-1*^^*-fcJ *> .j <-w   w- i.w**-      "iv**.1***^-*"1*.   V"1   .  *^._- i-i"!**      i* *,-   j'  ���i -V  ���- "V  ���"- *���<��>**������ "*.      fc    _>. "-UA-v  c^rf*-*!-* ��> '�����   W*��._ * ���*��   j'+.P-v -*.��."��� i> *ji** >** V  ���^���J.'-tJl-'���-i *���-  _���   "����   ^r   *^V  ._���"���   J"   ,-*(/���/*- ,'  Aroiincl Gibsons  5 ���by Mrs. Marie Cllarke.  MR. ��� AND MRS. O. Swanson have re-  7 cently returned from a I_ej_iori Chartered flight from Vancouver to Pre-3wick,  Scotland. It took only 8'hours travelling  over the North Pole and Greenland. Fcod  and entertainment was wonderful.  Lovely weather followed them all the-  ���\vay. Mr., and Mrs.. Swanson. went on to  Sweden and spent a month travelling and  visiting Mrs. Swanson's" homelsfnd.  . They then travelled to-Northern Ireland where-they visited Mrs. Swansons  two sisters.  *  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swallow, Mr. and  Mrs. Al Swallow and- Mrs. Kay Fi,sher  have returned from a tour which included visits-to Yellowstone'National Park,  Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon, San Diego,  Tiuana and other cities.  , '" They noted a great abundance of  grains, vegetables and,fruits being harvested in nine states, as well as the numerous oil tvells working, both inland and  on th? co,i*-t.  , Shopping in Tiuana, and a short stop  in the Danish settlement of Solvang were  highlights of the journey.  Hippies appeared to be creating quite  a problem in Los Angeles and San Francisco. ���-  Mrs. Robert Telfort" returned last week  from a pleasant 2 weeks holiday on Vancouver Island, while there she- visit-id with  an old friend Mrs." Mainwaring, formerly "  'pf Gibsons.  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnston "of Joe  Boad have moved to Hope, B.C.'  *     Mr.  and  Mrs.  Fred  Crowhurst  have,  'moved back  to their home  in  Gibsons.  ^Welcome back Jean and Fred.  I     Jan   and   Bob  Rowland   recently   returned from an enjoyable holiday,  down  through  Washington  and" Oregon  Coast,"  ^enioyine the lovely beaches and scenery.  ^They then motored to- Portland,  where  ijthey  visited  friends  and' relatives.   On,  itheir  return   Bob   and "his "Dad,   Frank  |Rowland, enjoyed a fishing trip in the in-  *4erior.  &  I'  *��� J  V  Avii&mtto .'^'^..jp'. %*i,.i -���_.;.��� '.^-*  *��7^y  Wednesday, October 8,1969 The Peninsula Times  Page 8*3  _  ���L  irrj  i  LIP'  _ *  _*    �����*  f?t"  3(..'*TlW.>r  I ���***"  J   -  "JI  J  s.  !*'/*-  / .-.  *./  'I*  ,irt/j pr rr-  J L' jLj  i  7'-  ^ '.* '1. ul- i  �� ^ "**   -*'  ���**��� *.  <���*  :ZONE MEETING  ~    Gibsons Royal  Canadian  Legion  109  members coming from as far as Vananda,.  Powell River/ Pender, .Harbour,  Secheit,  Roberts Crefk.   A'lovely luncheon  was  served.. Nqj.t;*2one Meeting Will be held  at Powell River on,'April'29, 1970.  CONGRATULATIONS  . Ltritlon Cramer, _;on of Mr. and Mrs.  Russel Cramer, Hopkins Landing,, is attending Church of * God, High School Dept.  of International- Bible College, in Moose  Jaw, Sask.- His parents have received  news that -there were only" two scholarships for grade 11 and grade 12. Lindon  W.pn ib��_lQaJ3ollars.SchoJars__.p.  - *'Mrk 'Celia' *Nuotio returned recently  from a tvy<?,-weeks holiday. Celia spent a  week", with' her brother and sister-in-law,  ��� Mr. ��� arid- Mrs". 3. - Hackaray,- White Rock,  B.C. Spent the rest of her holiday with  friends in Vancouver.  CHRISTENING  Happy event was held at St. Barthol-  -��� *..*,' LiwJcy Winner  . His winter- fuel .pfctftefti, solved,, Mrr<  J.-Gfittof-Beacli Ave,, Roberts. Creek,,  won the $209.50. Super XL power saw  in Sechelt,etiain Saw Centre's Home-  lite competition. A boom-man .for L.  & K Logging, Mr. Orltt accepts ihe  prize, from store Vnanager T\*Ir. ,TC_rner  -Berry." Also having a hand in the sd\-.  fair'was twelve-year-bid Linda :Gun-  ning.otV^couver/who drew the win-,  iring ticket.". ; , _ . * .     -  XA  members,   held  a  zone, meeting  on " qrneVs Church, Gibsons, when the follow-  iSept. 28, 1969 in the Legion Hall, Gibsons. ing cWidr^n^were "baptized by Reverepd  Mrs. Pat Scljindel was installed as  the Dennis Morgan: Jennifer Lynn, daughter  ".new Zone Representative. **_         . of Goitleit-aiHi-Gerry. Clarke; also Adam  There was  a  large  attendance   with Gsrdoti, Gregory Allan; and Cindy Chris*-  r*  _k  * I*  \  '��-_  it  / ^  -y  h  \i  ->-  .��. **  ...'  (C.  .v  V.  I  tine, sons and-daughW of-Clifford and  -BafbaraClafke.      " "         (  - GodRarents.of Jennifer,Lynn were--Mr.!  and Mrs.-Noj-tnan Petersen and.Jexmifer's  sisters Patrjicia and Heather Moffatt; God-  .parents, of Adarn Gorden were Mr. and'  Mrg. BUI Bradley ;from Clearbropk, _and  ,Duaine-Brow�� from Buniaby; Godparents  of Gregory Allen were Mr. and Mrs, Robert. Qlarke pf. Gibsons and Gordon Clarke  of Gibsons. Godparents of Cindy Christine  were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dee from North  Vancouver .and Mrs. Ruby Clarke from  Regina, Sask.  Baby Jennifer looked lovely in her  long white "Heirloom" dress. This dress  has quite a history as it was worn by her  Daddy, Aunt, Uncles, Cousins, and her  Brother Robert before her.  A luncheon was served in St. Bartholomew's Church hall with Mrs. Gerry  Clarke as hostess..along .with her daughter Patricia Heather :a^ ^; neighbors  daughter Denise Smith.  The cake came with-the good- wishes to  -Jennifer from her grandmother, Mrs.  Gwen B^c^cly from Victoria.. Tbi? cake  was the top layer, of Vic and Gwen Beck-  :ly*s wedding cake. The cake was cut by  the children'$: grandmother Mrs. Alfred  Clarke of GibsOns. Over 50 friends and  relatives gathered around for the happy  event.-      " '''"   "!'  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC. TANkS- REPAIR WORK  GEORGE -FAWKES  "'    "Tel:" 885-2100'  - .'.-RsR.,1, Secheit,.B.C.  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  .���.-*';. .Gjbspns-VHIage.  Experts.at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms' ��� Phone '886-2120  .-(CLOSED MONDAY)  L & H SWANSON LTD.  Redi-Mix Concrete - [Excavations  Back Hoe Work - Ditching  Open Saturdays -      Phone 885-9666  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  Bal Block- Gibsons  Every - Wednesday  886-2248  A fool and his honey are soon parted-*-  in Reno. , .        .  Inklings'Come'inrtwiftklings.. ,  aacaqaysss^s  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID a TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School���10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 p.m.   PHONE 885-9665  All Welcome  ANGLICAN CHURCH  ' SAINT HILDA'S���SEC,HE_,T  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 o.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  SAIN-T MARY'S���GARDEtV BAY  11:30 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  7:30 p.m. 2nd and 4th Sundoys  Redrooffs���3 p.m., 2nd, 4th Sundays  Egmont���3 p.m. 1st ond 3rd Sunday*  Plaque  Sunshine Co^st Lions Vice-President  Chuck, J-io4way <ph left, took time out  from training his soccer team Saturday morntag to admire the brass  plaqiieYiyhich checkerboard committee chairman Gordie Hall placed }q  tlie wet cement. Plaque which bears  Lions emblem reads "PQnated by the  Suhshirie Goa^t Lioiiis ChibY4969.''  gewsBa mm��  will close tues$ay  October 14th  '  spas.  '���B.-_!'i."  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  .   Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Cluirct. Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Servlca 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Rood opd Arbutus  ' * (2 Mock* up from Highway)  October 10th  through lfflh  wholesale prices  dealers welcome  MM-!  WALT NYC.REf-4  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  In  GIBSONS  On tho Whorf - 086-9303  Quality  House  and Mar'no  Palnt.  m4mtwumfmm4mmtmmmmmn0mfm4m4*m*m4m4mmM4mMm^  mM*mim<  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  Gibsons - 886-9533  ty��tvmmtmm4Mm4ty0if*ii*mi4m*ty"^^  Suppr Kcm Tone  and  SherwIn Williams  ��iiiM��--iiii-iiiii��(W������>n;m��.  GES3CCK3 Mardwar��  (f9#S)   Ltd.  Dealer for  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Oamacle Dills Marino Paint  1556 Morlno  GIDSONS 806-2442  WAE1E UP YOUR WOODWORH  Tirwl of white womfwork? Switch to som*lWno, colorful ond different���  like antiqued woodwork, suggests thc Canadian Paint Manufacturers'  Association. There aro a number of antiquing kits on tho market���ond  a wide selection of colors from wrilch to choose. Just follow the manufacturer's direction* for l;es) results.  I   mm 11 imwOTHmmnui m yii ���  %X 6, POUGLAS  Variety & Paints  Dealer fo*  PITTSGURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Defter - Longer  Sowoycrest Shttppbug Centra  886-2615  MIIKil If mpiwmwiiiwiini   C & S SALES  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  In  Secheit - 885-9713  "Uoh  -   Bottor  -   U*��o��r"  BASEMpWT.WOWP}WCH-A MUST  IFOR PAINTERS  When painting small pieces such as tables and chairs, your lxucmcnt  workbench is an invaluable bid, The Canadian Paint Manufacturers'  Association sugaests that you do tho underneath surfaces tint, by ploclng  them upside down on the bench. Then, turn the piece right side up and  finish pointing. A beech mnfces it caste.'to cover wenfy���and you'll be  able to .pot paint drips ond missed orco. quickly, too.  CiULF  D-._-d.rcc Supplies  DAPCO PAINT  DCALGfl  lit  SECHELT - 885-2283  Twin Creek Lumber & Buflin�� Sipplf  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DEALER  Monamcl and Breeze Paints  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NIAR GIBSONS  D0A-2E0a  P^rffer*��  Hanlwar�� LH.  Your Dealer for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  �����HH,T - C35-2171  .wwfww  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R_ Bit-do, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies/classes & firing  dealer for Duocarx's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WIUY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Unes,  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 sen/ice.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Modciro Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal. Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON i  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phono 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.   Ret. 886-9949   READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  T6$3 Seaview - Phoge 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS     .  Journeyman Finishing  Bon 14, Secheit. B.C. - Ph. 805-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phone 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Paifc, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  McCulIough Chain Saws  Soles, Service, Repairs  SOLNIK SfRVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway   886-9662   CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Free Estimates  Phono 885-2375 after 5 p.m.  0ox 593, Sechelf, B.C.  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c 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 - Baink'iriterest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  iN  RICHTER'S BLOC^i SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  1 REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8< MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop -��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721 .    Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  , APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts ,& Marine Servico  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok;  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phonp 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway, ���  Roberts Creek, B.C.  TREES - SHRUBS - PLANTS  LANDSCAPING  Phono 886-2684  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladles' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding �� Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Scchclt, B.C.  , R. SCHULT2J PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secheit to Pender Harbout  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B.C.  L. CLAYTON  WELDING & MARINE  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Mochine Shop - Steel Fabricating  Complete line of mm and bolts  MARINE WAYS  A*.k for Lorry  Phone 883-2535 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyor!  Marine  Building - Porpoise Bay  Secheit, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD.    , A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  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   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTO.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing -  Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  1 Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In, Stack and Mode to Measure  HeadqijerWrs for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currlo - 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-bed 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  ECHEL.T  GARDEN  ���'HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs,  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-2185 - Box 236, Gibsons  5T/YM1P  Commercial Printing  lie limes  fr**    ,^^^f^.^f^*t^*i*'>��^^**,'-**��'!''*,'J''"   f  v r t        "      f*  V  $  I", *  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 8, 1969  Readers' Right  Dragging ieet  Editor. The Times,  Sir: As a representative of the Society  known as the Sunshine ��� Coast Environment Protection Society, I have been  ^askd on a numhar of occasions by members of the public what they should tio  with any compound containing the chemical DDT which they want to dispose of.  Obviously the garbage dump nor the  septic tank via the toilet are the answer,  otherwise the concentration of the unwanted stuff would be catastrophic, and  that is not too strong a ,word.  Letters have been written to both the  Institute of Resource Ecology at the University" of B.C. and also to Cyril Shel-  ford regarding this matter but so far no  replies have been received.  I have no doubt that satisfactory answers will be received but until such  time as these are, it suggested by SCEPS  that anything containihg DDT should be  put in a safe place at home and kept until it has been decided which is the best  way to dispose of it.  Now that the Province of Ontario has  taken the step of banning the use of this  '.hemical completely; it is quite likely  the others will follow Suit and although  the Federal Government seems : to be  dragging its feet somwhat, B.C. has already put controls on various pesticides  and herbicides and this at least is a step  in the right direction. Many .countries  have already recognized the dangers of  this substance and the use of it has been  completely  erradicated.  As soon as any information is obtained  it will be passed on, but please, in the  meantime do not dispose of it but store  in a safe place if you do not wish to use  it.  J. HIND SMITH  Secretary, Sunshine Coast Environment  Protection Society.  Clarification  Editor, The Times  Sir���I would like to clarify for the  public the situation regarding the Sunshine Coast Skate Club, as I think there is  a general misunderstanding about it.- I  am not a member, but my husband is, so  I feel I am qualified as an observer of  their work. And work it is���make no mistake about that! These few men and  women have unselfishly put many hours  into this thing, with no tangible reward.  I speak not only of the fourteen hours' or  more a week spent with the skating, but  hours spent also on maintaining the skates.  - -1 know that some people feel they are  ."lining their pockets," but I know for a  ' fact that no money has gone to any of  them; the only exception being the drivers of the two station wagons who have  transported the skates and equipment and  have received gas mileage when they are  on skate business.  The idea evolved over the lack of activities in the district for the children,  after the failure ;due to public apathy to  get w^hihg'''-'gbihg''',''su^"--'as"^a'' recreation  centre or swimming pool. This small  group decided that the only way to get  something going was to do it privately,  and several of them "stuck their necks  3  ��TiiU*��luW.WWW<w*^��a��-^^  -.-   I  ^y/y^AT_w^^^  P ��   '   tf * 4  *. v.  t;  "w*.  X  J-     --_  _��� *  *** "$v\  _��      - \  (,��  t  f ������  **. _  .1  I  t  I*"*!  ���il  **  ���I*'*.-  �����*_'  4.  -V.  \t  r  _  _**.  7  *.,' -' J   "I  ���*-.'  ?*  \   V  ���***  O  o ��  qo?  qo  0  v '  -    'J   '  _   ',-���  -i  r  ���k  _  f.t  '\  .  i  .*>  n.  <-.  - i  .J*  7\V-    ���**  '-/\  -  1  I  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sit at the  Municipal Hall, Secheit, on the first day.of November next from the  hour of ten o'clock until the hour of twelve o'clock in the morning,  for the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the  part of any person to be added to the list of Voters, and remove  any names incorrectly placed thereon.  The list of Voters as corrected and revised by the Court of  Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Election to be  held in the month of December 1969.  E. T. Rayner,  Clerk  s  |  |  |  i  I  i  I  fFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF/FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFJ^  I  J  out" to finance the skates and equipment  at a cost of thousands of dollars, without  any thought of personal financial gain-  All profits have gone towards rent for the  gym, which is 8 dollars per hour, and  paying for the equipment, and it will be  about six months more before it is paid  for.  At a meeting of the club held in my  home recently, I heard them planning that  when this happens, profits wiH. be banked  towards the building of a recreation centre.  : ��� I know that in some quarters it is felt  that tlie skating is ruining the floor in the  gym-jYFhis is: not true. These skates,  bought at a cost of ..$43 each, all have  eurathahe wheels, and are guaranteed not  to damage a floor. True, skating does  raise a dust; but the club do the best they  can with this situation by sweeping the  floor before they start, and after they  finish. Certainly it is not doing as much  , damage as the public dances and meetings  which are held there. In any case, in a  district without a community centre, the  gymnasium has to 'be used, and should  be. When we" start putting a gym floor  ahead of our children* there is something  wrong.  The club has just been informed that  their skating hours will be curtailed, perhaps eventually stopped altogether. To  quote from the letter; sent after.a committee meeting of the School Board, "It  appears from the discussion that there will  be an eventual phasing out of this activity." The schools are yours. Is this what  you want?  VIVIAN CHAMBERLIN.  Control lacking  Editor, The Times,  ���Sir���To say-the least your-two eclitor-  .  ialsi in the.Sept. 4 issue made interesting  ^reading.' The first headed "Could Social-  \ ism cure crime" could just as aptly read  Could Social Credit cure crime. No matter what our political faith we can certainly agree that the appalling conditions  you described are gaining momentum. In  your second editorial "The word is faith,"  it seems there was no hesitancy in giving  yourself and The Times pride of place for  your "vehemently" supporting the Social  Credit party in their campaign. Let us  hope you'll- have no cause to regret so  doing and that the next 17 years will see  us well on the way to a more satisfactory  state.  From- the -way you write of Mrs. Dawson it would appear fortunate that she  isn't Minister of Highways, therefore practically blameless- for" existing highway  conditions.  May I jointly deal with your editorials  as well as the question discussed hr general. There's little question'but what is.  happening on our streets today is largely  due to the. lack of sensible parental discipline in the home. Older folk are being  charged withbeing unable to understand  .presex&7fey,:&ndtoMns: However I think  it fair to state that many of the shocking  7occuxrehqeshave shown a marked increase  since World -War One.  We fouiid the mother taken away from,  the home7vto some factory or for general  war purposes with the result that when  the youngsters'came home from school  there w^7NYn.Qther to welcome them.  In the ��� past I often times heard my wife  -.TCjgrti^u^l^'dep-pruig said condition, for  as sbe stated, practibally the first thing  the youngster did was call for Mam! These  changes ifor the past decades cannot be  cured in a day.  For some time past the majority of us  are standing aside waiting for someone  else to fill -ftebilL We. make varied excuses, I know, and I'm not blameless. To  make a -worthwhile change all and sundry  have:to-play their part I can be told this  , isn't a^ question for the provincial government, it's a. federal question. AH too often  we've heard that cry on the political field.  Therefore 71 feel some change has to be  brought about outside of politics. At that  I cannot: bripg myself to feel that the continued retention, of the profit system with  its countless misgivings is the best polic>  Lunch Break  Working on a tight schedule, Elphinstone pupils have no time to lose over  brief ten minute lunch-break. With  books in one hand they purchase hot  or cold drinks, crispy snacks or candy  from vending machines placed in the  former double classroom commerce  room. Morning shift lunch-break is  "from 10:20 -10:30 a.m. and afternoon  shift from 3:20 - 3:30 p.m.  ���"I .       m   ���      ������ .       .     ii ii  to bring about the much needed change.  > ��� Most of us* will never know or lean-  how the new provincial government will  ,! clandestinely' reciprocate for the lavish  funds obtained to meet the extraordinary  " election expenses in the last campaign.  One cannot help but feel that the profit-  'eers will not be the last to receive con-  ; sideration.  When we realize the phenomenal advances made in the past decades, with our  . labor. saving devices, computers, etc., it  'certainly is an outstanding disgrace to  think that we haven't managed to evolve  ; a plan that would have had governments  elected that would have brought about  the elimination of these general iniquities.  DAVE REES.  Gibsons, B.C.  m^m!t&i'M��sti^mmsmmimmmMe��sim&mm'fmmsmmxMmmmi>:.  sons  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  AfllRMY, OCIOBm llfh from I p.in.k  LIVE MUSIC  nrpnscs  TICKETS 2.50 EACH  Phone 886-2675  SALES & SERVICE  -     24 HOUR REPAIR  SERVICE  Free Pick-up & Delivery  ���'���'���''"���������������   885-9546  Recognition  President of Local 801 Canadian Union of Public Employees, Mrs. Dorothy Szabo, had a nappy task last  Saturday morning presenting retirement gifts of a watch to Mrs. Rita  F.tchett who has served the School  District for 20 years and a purse of  money to Mr. Olaf Korgen who retired after 12 years service. Pictured  on the right, the two recipients are  obviously enjoying their retirement.  fall without bulbs is  spring without tulips.  All your Dutch Bulb favorites, reasonably priced.  ���/S3-V  baafedotkBah^^^  ��iffbSii��l^^  at  ClSd  BUffBt  8:00  SIYIEBI  p.m. to 2:00 a.m.  PHONE 885-9711  OCTOBER 13th  SPECIAL THANKSGIVING PINNER  RESERVATIONS TAKEN  .^*Y*  **-. .���*.  I  c  -__-. M   -"J     l_    _.       J  _.��>_ r   -     * :*v?* _��- ���    .  *"   _      '~__.       JM.��-��.4     I"*-"  __. I     -.'H.i m��jf   -*~.rCf   I   ���I".  *>*��� ��-..-- .    ^ .   '�����-.!     JC|  V.  ���A i-  *���**_���  r .  I  ��� F --  :v"-.*>  Yi:  H  u.^  ENJOY A NIGHT TO REMEMBER  at  c  ada  -ti  anmez  FOR RESERVATION  Phono 885-2270 - Davis Bay, B.C.  INDUSTRIAL -COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  WE HAVE OUR OWN  DRAFTSMAN TO DESIGN  YOUR HOME FOR YOU.  We a/so have stock plans or use your own.  WE ARE PRESENTLY COMPLETING  A HOME ON MASON ROAD  IN SECHELT.  DROP IN AND SEE USl  .nir*invn  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Box 291  Nanaimo B.C.  PIiobiq 753-4366  lien Bennett  -wr/wmwvvwj-^^  Io Be Held Ihis Year At Peninsula Motors Show Room  SA1VRDAY, OCTOBER'18th, 1969  Two Servings 7 p.m. to 9 p.m-  Tickets -$3.33 each or three for $10   (Limited to 100 only)  Remember . . . This is the annual event that gets bigger and better each year.  Tickets Available From Any Member Of Tho Lions.  ���  . i 'i ���;*,,..  -   ,"'P-SJ* ,'t "''"  'Ii   Y Y.v ' '.��_/.',''-  J'A' ';.'*��� f *., tjl        ,VI. . <       .,.f ("*.   i"*'!"    "���'*    ' )*-V. V' Ti*-'"   iY -/(?'" te' *Y'  4{J-J^VkwW/v*^i.1^M.i'*,'''vJ��N?^ *"  '��,;> ''i''   ,   '**     '     n7   ''  .*i^_i. ^.;vn:^^i-v*".-3vu.^"��ri"f/:>'ii'''."  ��.  ,._^.'*Y s "'"' 'j'" y.yvv '"Y-*-" J .yk C*'''')' *  ���-���'^,''  ���       mV -  . ,_    *    ,i  '*' j-^l. .^ur.^^h,\^i^    * i". ��-*���'*-.lj  . r   < ��'l  Yk-.'''/I' /.  >$Fletchei*s Philosophy  44*.   ���  <g FATHERS  ���Harry W. Fletcher'  5�� So what is a Father? If I'm not mistaken  '441 '���  '& It could be the felldw that brings home ihe  H        bacon.  44  % He works all the time at something or other  ���� And calls on the phone, but only for mother.  �� He buys things for birthdays and seldom forgets  J* And later on helps us to pay off our debts.  *;-1 often imagine that being a Dad  2? Is something created to make people glad,  .2 A mixture of angel and rescuing knight  ft He's what you fall back on to make things go  %        right.  ���**_  5; A Father's the human on whom you depend,  5* Just less than a god but much more than a  % friend.  \ So honor your Father if still he's around,  ��f For gratitude's vain when he's under the  _ ground.  j And don't forget grandpa, salute the old man  S With fond recognition and gifts if you can.  5ft For children who honor their parents are  known  ��  To make proper parents when they become  �� grown.  1  While Mother is ever our queen of the roost,  J  Our Fathers have earned an occasional boost;  ��  Devoting their efforts to give us the best,  l  We take them for granted with thanks  ; unexpressed.  ��  So gather together from near and afar  I To let Father know just how grateful we are.  I   ~^^*A-^^  ���_���  V  V*"1-*-   ***    ��� i  V  ���v-t  y  4  i  .am K'iSB'gffHBS  t    _.  *��� *���      >  ���������'Y7 .-  :'..   I  X  s  '.J  DR. J.^PATPE-IRY wishes to announce that beginning September  15*his office hours at Peninsula Animal Hospital, for the practices  of small animal  medicine, will  be  between  9:00  and   11:00  a.m. For appointment call 886-7713 before 6:00 p.m.  For emergencies, on call 24 hours.  1  SKI  tea  y *i  ti&  IS  |.;  Js-;  .W*  1  ^FFFFFFFFFFFFIFFFFFFFFFFFFF/FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFfFIFFFFFF/FFFFFFFFFFIFFFFIFFFFFFFFFFFFF^  BOM DRIVERS - ATRNTION  -/  J  rt  ���KM  tC,  ���*-..*-'  *\  Vf\'  /*  ��-'  /  ^  Y  _a  i -  S Again this year, the Sunshine Coast Power Squadron offers a  i�� Piloting Course in Navigation. The Course "provides lessons in Boat  3�� Handling;   Docking;  Tides  and  Currents;  Chart   Reading;   Compass  S 'Reading and Safety. The course is a lot of fun; it takes you out of the  '-S driver's seat and puts you in the pilot's seat. Classes will be held in  iS Gibsons High School. Tuesday nights. Enroll there or call Dick Ranniger,  g Training Officer at 886-2323 or any member of the Power Squadron.  5 Enrollment fee^���$20 includes text books and charts. Be a good sailor������  fe Become a member of a fine international sailing and instructional  fe group. You will enjoy it.  6 Ladies and Juniors Welcome  il  !l  1 s  The Peninsula Times      ^    Page U-5  Wednesday, October 8, 1969 \  Success event . . .  ---"������     :��� , ,     .% y .Space Sprites; '.,       -  *    ;  BarMg-mini-slarted spa^ladips who wdrk::put into decorating the hall was  bedazzled- wne-and-H.heese-'pa-ptiei- amazing,.a.Jiuge silyer rocket hung  pants at'HaKmooji Bay Hospital 'Attx- from the ceiling and little red. and  iliary's "^arty\heia:fon*'��^tiiraay "are black' spaee-modi^les-* formed table  from* left: TVera Saihs, Bonnie^Cam- qeritre-pieces.. Wall decorations,prov-  eroh, 'Judy Parish; GraceiRutherfoi^,   ^d 'that 'soinebrie knows a - lot about  J.JBev:JEL6l}inson,_.HazeLE]_is;i_/LJly_-fe.. ���thfi-const.ellat.ions. -          .^and  Lyime  Jorge'nsori    Amount of  \  THERE was full house for the most"suc-  ��� cessful Wine and Cheese Party organ-  �� ized at the Secheit Legion Hall last Satur-  J  day by the Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary.  { Responsible for designing and carrying  �� out the ingenious lunar decorations was  ; Mrs. Bill Cameron. The hall was decor-  l ated with space craft, spacemen and a  J silver robot with blue electric bulbs for  _ ears The walls were decorated with the  ; signs of the  Zodiac and all  the tickets  * used during the evening were star-shaped.  ; Dancing was enjoyed with music sup-  "  plied by George Flay.  t       Following were the winners of prizes:  ���_      Mrs. Frances Hertrich'won a breakfast  set donated by Standai^lVTotors^:while the  r winner of a Blouse, donated by Bishop's  [     j Ladies' Wear was Mrs. Nelson.. A relish  i     ; dish, the gift of C. & S. Sales, was woh~6y  j    ��� [Frank Jorgensen.   Novelties donated by  1    * '.Campbell's Variety StoreYwere won by  j    ; jMrs. Keith Comyn and^erryTA^iew. Mrs.  M,-Cfook received two theatre-tickets, cour- .  tesy of Secheit Theatre and Ted Kurluk  was the winner of a Driftwood Centrepiece made and donated by Mrs;. Bill Cameron. Bill DeHart was a two-time winner,  with a four-hour fishmg trip courtesy of  Mercer's Marina and a box of chocolates  donated by Shop-Easy JNo. 5. A cakepres-  sented by the Secheit iBakery went .to *E.  Tandy and a novelty from Gilmore's Variety to Chuck Ayer.   Mr. Mottishaw was  J.he recipient of a skirt length and acces-.  soHes donated by "May's" Sewing" Centre, *  and a hamper, the gift of Wilson Creek  Store,  was  won by Mrs.  Spencer.   Two  happy men won dinners for two���Alec Ellis courtesy of Lord Jim's Lodge and Ed-  Cook, courtesy of the Jolly Roger.  Mrs.  Jim Doyle won a setof Ash Trays, the gift s -*  of Parker's"Hardware and~Te"3. Osborne a       i  *~  set of toiletries, donated by Kruse Drug  Store.  Mr-. A. Benner gets a free lube job,  .curtesy  of  Copping  Motors.  For God*.  Gobleiis  IH-calloweeBi Masks, Colfumes, Treats  FOR ARTISTS���We have a good range of Art Supplies including:  brushes, painting knives, palettes, sprays, varnish, turpentine,  linseed oil, artists primer, sketch books, daler pads, canvas  boards, charcoal sticks and pencils, painting sets. RICHMOND  ARTIST OIL COLOURS, The New Polymer (acrylic) colours,  and many other items. PRICES THE SAME AS VANCOUVER.  J  FOR DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESS���Butternick Patterns and  a complete line of Sewing Supplies, also Mill Ends and Remnants.  Secheit, B.C.  aWMyM-MMlMdtM-.^^  1  t  /  ; g/mMmvArvmn  \?'lfi;':-?:���.'-.  ''Yf'Golden  MID 19JffiCaE8R_.TI0m  K)___i_AVvw--ii>v..��.S;'!v'...*t *,.-;:,������ ������-,,. .,,:. .  ^^^^'fc^rtj^^:; Dinners  antic! Tea Parties, etc.  "COTEIRtED FOR ENTIRELY  You only have to state1 the numbers and I will call to discuss mehus  , and cost of one or all of the following:  1. Tables arranged; linen provided if desired.  2. Flowers provided and arranged.  3. Wine and Cider cups provided. ;  A. Washing up and waiting. No Housecleaning.  50% Of All Profits Will Be Sent By Cheque For The 1970 Fund Raising  Green Court Senior Citizens'  Housing-Development In Secheit.  --CASH OMLY    ���  Dates Already Booked From Dec; 21st to Jon. 4th Inclusive.;  LEAVE IT ALL TO DELICIOUS DOROTHY.  (More economical than the galloping gourmet but just as efficient)  CALL 885-9328 BEFORE 9 A.M. ONLY.  ��\.     '4-  I**  nas Halfmoon Ba^' tiospit^ Auxiliaryj;..  FEATURES:  ��� 5 Year Warranty.  Powerful New Tuner-  Deep Focus Non-Glare.  \  W^  \  f Jj#mX&8$fmar* -..-*"���-*"*  /       Full Moon  It  wasn't Halfmoon but F\dlmoon,   members Vera Sallis, Bev, Robinson,  tnagic behind-arrangements-for wine*;   Lyiine -Jorgenson arid Bonnie Cam-  and cheese party.', Seemingly com-y eron-cut up great rounds of cheese  "municating'by fifens of tiieir anten- * for the successful event.  ru  S��# *^oii.: Sow TtM mhe) Titnes'  ��� jr-iW,**.  )'V-  WHIM FEATURING }FOR YOUR  DiNltbti; PLEASURE ON THANKSGIVING  iw win  -OCTOBEIt I3th  p.m.  PLEASE RESERVE  Heme's a gift package that will be remembered Ions  after the Christmas season: a year's subscription to  Beautiful British Columbiamagazinep/usafull-color  1970 calendar-diary. You can give both for just $2 -  the regular price of the magazine subscription alone.  We announce your gift with a greeting signed In your  name and the current Winter Issue of Beautiful  British Columbia. Tho 1970 Spring, Summer and  Fall Issues will bo mailed as published.  This offer applies only to neW and renewal subscriptions purchased for $2 and commencing with  tho Winter,'1969 Issue.  Purchaser   ,, .  ���   Address   ��� ��� ���, ���:   Subscription to J   ,   Enclosed Cheque or M.O. for    to THE SECHELT PENINSULA TIMES LTD.  Box 310    .    Scchclt, D.C.  SIGN  GIFT CARD: _ ~   I  ���'^"^ -J  STORE HOURS  ' Monday CLOSED  announces the Specials on our Flyers wiSB begin on  continue through Saturday,  Tuesday     9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Wednesday 9 a.m. to 6 pjf.  Thursday 9 o.m. to 6 p.m.  Friday       9 am. to 9 pji.  Saturday    9 a.m. to S p.m.  I  ��fc_*  is  ?*___*  sr*^ * ' ' ���      V ' " * *      . '  '-* ���* vy* y-. **": ,*,-���  - **-,, *. ,"-  VJ **,!*��� r^rfy-J i^ltyy  ' v    _ "��� 1       l '     ���  *   1  ' .  >*. *l  .!���'  .1  "���" ������"** E.'  *.   ��   .   ���  '����� . "  *. ���**.  .1    -  *. "    -.                  1    , <  __�����_: '��       > '            ��� ���       t      *���     �� ��  '7 .         .>     <*                   ���     i.-**  ;       . '  ��� .  ���������-- ������ ."  3        ���*���'- "   iu.  t*  '     I  .f.***  �� j  $ alf moon Bay Happenings  Page B-6 the Peninsula times  - -    Wednesday/ October 8, 1969 "-"*  . ;.-.*���.  . -J  .'/.. -  r  ���*. ,  i  - _    r*.  '     I  \  ,_ J-^ I   ��� I ,.,'V I/'. ;.  I    . *   I  I   -�����  -.*-.  J  *'>���  \<.l-  ��� ���.>!  "-'  *   I    4*  Unemployment Insurance  . Atiy Questions please?  Q. Last year, I worked - for- -a drug  manufacturing company. Following- my  moving to another locality, I was compelled to leave my employment. All the  stamps I had to my credit at the time have  been liquidated. I just started 'to work  agam for another drug company; located  not too far from home and I wonder how  many weeks I have to contribute before  "being able to draw unemployment insurance benefit again?  A. It is impossible to give a ��� proper  answer without knowing exactly the'date  of your last claim. Usually, at least 24 of  the 30 contribution weeks should fall in  the last 52 weeks or since -the. beginning  of your last claim, whichever is the longest period.  Q. Are records of employment in an  unemployment insurance bbok^'the only  ones recognized, or are written statements  Secheit Bowling  HIGH SCORES at last week's bowling  lanes in Secheit were made by, Eleanor  Gritt -for the ladies with a high- Of 651.'  For the men, honors went to Andy Leslie,  Secheit Commercials, with a nii_e~770.  TUESDAY LADIES. Sept. 30 .  Ev Chappell 295, Sylvia Jones 628 (187,  179, 262).  Sept. 24 ��� Roy Fenn 716 (281).  LADIES WEDNESDAY, Sept. 24  Doris Bond (643).  from employers sufficient when filing a  claim?  A. There are several acceptable methods of recording unemployment insurance  contributions. Some employers still affix  stamps in books, while others give em;  ployees a statement of amounts paid on a  special form supplied by the Commission.  The latter procedure is becoming increasingly common as employers switch to the  convenient Bulk Payment contribution  method.  Questions should be .referred to Infor-  Work Party  Busy Saturday morning with checker board project, for Senior Citizens'  (residence, Sunshine Coast lions level  oilt concrete under watchful eye of  resident Mr. M. Dubois. In the back-_  ground is the land prepared for the  additional new-twits, so the checker  board will be centrally located.  mation   Services,..Unemployment   Insux--  ance",Commission, -Vanier  Building,  222  Nepean Street, Ottawa,  Ontario ��� Tel.  996-2975. :"'������.*.  Widow: .a* galJ who   always   kuiowfc'  where'her-husband is. -  .SOME OF the most successful social ev*��_--_  nings ever organized at the Welcome.  Beach Hall have been Thanksgiving parties. This, year's party planned for October 11 at'7:30 p.m. will; again have a  '{Harvest Home" theme. A bright and  .lijkppy evening is planned with the accent  on music, so come along and make this the  best Thanksgiving evening ever.  Every-  - body is welcome arid the admission fee of '  50 cents includes refreshments.  ,3 Teams are now "being organized for the  winter's Shuffleboard Tournament and  ^pybody interested should get in touch  ���With Mr. Hall immediately at 885-2881.  ANNIVERSARY  Following Thanksgiving service at the  Church of His, Presence on September 27,  I&rs. Alan Greene was hostess at a tea.  Her guests were the tenants of Greene  Court and friends from Secheit and Half-  xJioon Bay.  The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Ben  Firth, and Mrs. L. P. Hansen. The fruit,  vegetables and canned goods donated were  distributed to the tenants'of Greene Court.  This was the seventh anniversary of  the Church of His Presence.-  ..-  W BRIEF  _i  ',< Mrs. Roy Greggs who recently under-  .went eye surgery in St. Paul's H<kpital,  returned home in -time to celebrate her  - birthday last Sunday. ���  -,. Mary Connor celebrated'her birthday  with a visit to Ringling's Barnum and  Bailey Circus at the Coliseum in Vancouver.  a Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merilees were at  their cottage Recently, proudly boasting of  being grandparents. .Their first grandchild  is Alexandra Cecile, born to their "daughter  .__���by Mary Tinkley  i  Gail (MrsYStephen Jarislowsky). All in  all; this has been a great year for Mr.  Merilees, who has not* only become a  grandfather, but has embarked on a political career with a seat m the Legislature.  Guests of the Alex Ellis family are Mr.(  and Mrs. Art Kerr of White Rock.  -Mrs. Mary Walker's guests are her sister-in-law, Mrs. M. Cottet of Victoria, and  Mrs. Cottet's daughter, Mrs. Frances Hert-  rich of Seattle. __  At the Cliff Connors have been Miss  Margaret Thomas, Mrs. Vera Elliott and  Mr. and Mrs. John Barrie, all of Vancouver.  The  trouble  with  transistor radios���  they're a.m. and p.m.  Pique-holes intensify curiosity.  ��TIC  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  _���  Will be in Secheit  Mondeiy, Oct. 20  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  .    8��5-2SiS  .^���ajt^&sss^  '    "    PRESENTS <���   ������     ���.  Les Barker and Anthony Steel  THE LAST OF THE  RENEGADES  Technicolor - Cinemascope  ALSO  THE WILD REBELS  Starring:  Steve Alaimo and Willie Pastrano  (ADULT)  *.      Technicolor  Starts 8 p.m. - Our 10:45 p.m.  FRIDAY. SATURDAY, MONDAY,,  OCTOBER 10, 11 and 13  is      is      i*  SUNDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW  October 12th  RASPUTIN  THE fVMD E^OEM  Starring:  Christopher Lee and-   -  * Efarbara Shelly  PENDER HARBOUR, October 1   y  Al Lynn 682, Bill Cameron 634, Ross  McQuitty 281, Roy Fenn 701.  *   Ladies���Eleanor Gritt 651 (259), Phyl-  .    lis Hanford 644, Hazel Sky_te 602..  SECHELT COMMERCIAL  Cauleen McCuaig 620 (282), Lional  McCuaig 756 (298), Hazel Skytte 613 (260),  Bob Maikawa 670 (272), Sam MacKenzie  (297), Andy Leslie 770 (353),lTed Kur.uk  739 (289).  BALL AND CHAIN  Walter Kohuch 618, Dianne Anderson  (273) 601, Matt Jaeger (297) 708,' Kathy  Hall 602.  PENDER. Sept. 17  , Bill. Cameron 660, Muriel Cameron 592.  TUESDAY LADIES  Sylvia Jones 665 (217, 177, 271), Nora  Leitncr 268, Aileen- Bystedt 264, Lil Mc-  Court (172, 213, 260), Rita Ono 255.  PENDER, Sept 24  Marie Reid 622, Len Wray 661, Al  Lynn 633.  BALL AND CHAIN  Walter Kohuch (308) 741, Kathy Hall  633. .  ',  ��� . EiiMer, tosler, (.nforl Now add a  hrushcullor lo your Holiday lo  clear undorbrush moro qu��chly  or add a Power TaKo-Off Stand  to run a pump, compressor,  boat winch, you nnmn It, For  lliinri jobs and moro buy a  Holiday Irom:  (Y-ndefra Park Marina Ltd.  Madeira Park - P��i��4cr H��rbout  Deoler (or ftvlnnwlo Outboard*  ond Pioneer Chain Sows  . PWrvfc 883-2266  . .'* #...  ��� * 4'^,.4> *~4'  ftffi f   **>   Hfc��.i* * h.  H��t��^,^.(��#.(.��'B*<J>t��(<,*l.('{��   ft- ^��5 **.!'*-��*���   t  (f*    A   *   M   <**    *   rft  ,- -J '


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