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 Sgfffy Pha7  West Canadian Grails Industries Ltd.,  1606 Sest 5tb A*/?.,      rfrtfcxojEfi, ��\  SC  ALFRED Gallant of Wilson Creek entered  a plea of guilty to a charge of failing  to remain at the scene of an accident after  a vehicle he was driving was in collision  with another vehicle near Secret Cove  August 14, when he appeared before Judge  Charles Mittelsteadt last Friday. August  22, in Secheit.  Appearing' originally  one week   pre-  INDUCTION  Official induction service for the Rev.  James Williamson takes place at 7 p,m.  September 7 at the Gibsons United Church.  Rev. Williamson -replaces Rev. W._ Cameron who has moved to Steveston, B.C.,  and comes here from Port McNeil, Vancouver Island.  WOMEN'S INSTITUTE  Grant approved by Gibsons Council to  the Howe Sound Women's Institute was  questioned by Alderman Gerry Dixon -who  said he had not heard much of them for  some years. Mayor Wally Peterson s'fdd  the group, is still in action and does, indeed, have a building in the village.  ROD & GUN  Gibsons Rod and Gun Club remind  pistol shooters that while the club has  twenty-three members with pistols only  five are in the Shoot in the Sunshine Coast  League. Contact Walt Nygren for Fall  start, you don't have to have high scores.  MISSING  Bdaiing accident last Wednesday, August 20, was investigated by Gibsons  RCMP who discovered an overturned 18'  runabout boat near Worlcombe Island,  near Bowen Island.  Occupants, presumed drowned and still  missing Sunday were Mr. Cecil Bergeron,  aged 58. and Alexander Anderson, aged  67,- both of the Vancouver area. The two  men are understood to have been out on-  a fishing trip.  TRANSFERRED  Constable Hans Burki of the Gibsons  RCMP - Detachment, recently-selected to  help police the World's Fair in Japan next  February, is to be transferred shortly to  Vancouver. Constable Burki has" been in  Gibsons for three years.  WILL KEEP WATER FLOWING  In a 'just before press-time interview'  with; The Times, concerning the Secheit  Waterworks dispute, The Hon. Isabel Dawson issued the following .statement: "I  have just returned from a meeting with  Tlie Hon, Dan Campbell, minister.of municipal affairs. He told me to assure residents of the Secheit Peninsula area that.  he ..woa*l-'$ltoW"anyQne' tb'-'cftt pff *#____r  water supply at any, time;. The minister  also said, "If there are' any loopholes'-in  the municipal act then we'll tighten them  up*" \  viously, Gallant sought a remand without  plea in order to obtain legal advice.  , Giving evidence, Constable Terry Brien  told the court, investigation revealed the  fact that a vehicle had crossed the white  line on a straight stretch near Secret Cove,  struck another auto which was in process  of heading for the ditch, and failed to  stop after the collision. Another car following Gallant took his number and reported the incident to the police.  Later that day, Gallant's car was seen  in "he Selma Park area, it had suffered a  bump and had red paint on it. When interviewed he told police he had bumped the  car in the bush and denied knowledge of  the accident' He had been drinking, stated  the constable.  Asked if he had anything to say, Gallant told the court he had been working  hard and must haVe ;fallen asleep at the  wheeL. He did not-stop because he thought  the ether oar had continued on its' way.  _ The constable told the court that a  passenger in the other car had been taken  to the hospital for a check-up.  Warning Gallant of the seriousness of  the charge, Judge Mittelsteadt handed out.  a fine of $250 and suspended his driving  licence for six months. On another charge,  failure to keep to the right hand side of  the road, he was fined an additional $25.  As the result of a single vehicle accident at West Secheit, Leslie Stewart Crid-  land of Vancouver entered a plea of guilty  to a charge of driving without due care  and attention. Police stated the incident  took place August 18 at 11:30 p.m_ when  an auto driven by Cridland left the highway and -ended up in the ditch He told  police he had been mating a sandwich at  the time which was probably .the reason  he lost control of the car.  Speaking on behalf of Cridland, Counsel said he did not think the fact Cridland  had travelled 144' along the ditch was any  indication of excessive speed He said  there will also be various repercussions  such as increase in insurance, collision  damage, etc., and suggested the minimum  fine of -$25 would be sufficient  Police stated the accused had no previous record and damage io his auto was  between $400 and $500.  - A fine of $100 was imposed but Counsel indicated an appeal against the sentence will be made.  Vernon Oulton of Halfmoon Bay was  arrested and later released on bail following a complaint that he was making a  nuisance of himself in ithe- Gower Point  Road area.  Charged with causing a disturbance by  being drunk, he was fined $100. Incident  occurred 'August 16. He appeared in Gibsons court August 19.  Charged with being a minor in possession following a routine check at the Roberts Creek Park, Robert Edward Allen of  Porpoise Bay Road was fined $50. Offence  occurred August 1. '' ' '  . .Patrick John, previously xaised.to adult  eoit^ ori'ah assault.cjiiarge and put on probation, was charged' with breach of probation "following-a drinking spree. He was  sentenced to six months definite and 12  months indeterminate.  Serving .the Sunshine Coast, <-Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins handing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,'  Wilson Creek,* Selma Pork, Sechelf Halfmoon Bdy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, ��orl Cove, Egmont.  ���V  4       \  *   ^<   /-* -*    -S  *���* *-�� *���    I  ��  j ��>. ���3*.'-S  *���  -r 1  ���V  ^>jr  v ���**(.  -Firr.-.  Registration. Ho, 11 -42  2nd Class Mail  yyyyyji;  /  Z    '���**-  r     *���  ���1  _*  -  ,y\?  ���"\f  ... *  ./?. '*���." * y7t��v..  ,-<f._  t ���  __   l.F.  y  \  -. / -  J   /  jf  K  4  0  "<���,  \\i    } -'Wis- ]��� X--.:>/)���-u,v v:   . '*//   '  _ _r ' .   / /   t-.J* ./ ~*r"   ���*>'*���>    ���-:* *"���*��� - -*- ' T*  ������ "*  ��� ' ���     ' ** .1 _  V-*.  Y  v  *.. ���*���*-  ^  V,  Premier Welcomed  Visit to the Sunshine Coast of Premier -*er of Commerce and local Social  W. A. C. Bennett was arrangecLfee*- Credit Association. From left: Vince  tween MLA Hon. Isabel Dawson and - BracewelL Gibsons Mayor Wall Pet-  the Secheit and District Chamber of Person,   Chamber   President   Eric  Commerce.   He was met on arrival * Hensch, Mrs. Dawson, Mr. Bennett  at Langdale last Thursday, August 21 .;Jand Mayor Bill Swain of Secheit.  by representatives of Councils, Cham- ;  Rock sea wall  Volume 4>. No. 39 |0C  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1969  Education Department  approves extra class  DEPARTMENT of Education has approved an additional remedial and occupa-  "ional class for the Secheit School District,  innounoed District Superintendent R. R.  rfan-na at the August meeting of the School  Board.  There are now three remedial and two  .ceupational classes operating in the dis-  -rict which could increase basic education  cost, resulting in a higher grant from Victoria. Under the recently introduced education formula,. each district is divided  into instructional . units.; A. seventy-five  per cent increase in operational costs is  allowed each instructional uiiit which  covers special classes.- ,   , -���,.���.,-,   ..���' :  School District has; not .yjat..filled the  vacancy, left by resignation .'of: special  counsellor Bud Mackenzie. Mt.*-Hahha told  the> Board that it is difficult to obtain a  qualified counsellor at su^'short notice  but there isTa possibHity7^7ap^0^inenit  could be made in Januap-., _De|>artm.eht of  Indian Affairs.has appointed two counsel  lors and one will be assigned to this dis:  trict to' work with principals and Elementary; Supervisor, Mr. Slinn, under ithe  direction of Mr. John Lawrence of the  Dept."of Indian Affairs.    ,', .  Night School program will be under  the direction of District Superintendent R.  Et. Hanna this year..  Funds awaited  Street lighting scheduled  for village extension area  f^fofL^  enoiers aireaay cane  s c  ROCK sea-wall which -Secheit Village  Council proposes to build on the Secheit waterfront was discussed at. lasj.  week's council meeting when Alderman  N. Watson drew attention (to the feet that  a timber retaining wall may be cheaper.  Tenders were called by Council in mid-  August with a deadline of Sept. 2 for a  200-foot heavy rock wall with fill, and  Aid Watson stated that three people who  y/ere interested m submitting tenders had  mentioned that a timber wall would be  cheaper. Aid. Watson also pointed out that  Village Clerk Ted Rayner referred  j Council to 'the MotherweH iSigineering  report which stated that timb^wtOuld be  twice as expensive as rock font',Aid Watson replied that local opinion is the exact  opposite.  From discussion it would seem that  interested  contractors   will  also   submit  bids on a timber .structure,- as well as  ' rock.       *  AIRPORT ADMINISTRATION  - -Secheit Council agreed to' let7 Gibsons  Village Council handle administrative af-  STREET lighting plan for part of the area further information.  recently taken into the Village of'Gibsons would cost $55.45 monthly; jStis, stated  administrator Dave Johnston, Would .prove  rather hefty for the present budget.   ' '  Alderman Ken Crosby queBioned the  anticipated. additional tax revenue &pm  the extended area and suggested that as  this is to come he could see no reason why  it should not be used, in part, for the  lighting program.  Mr. Johnston explained that the; money  had been promised-the Village for 4his  year but has not yet. arrived from Victoria, at the same, time. he does expect it  to come through in due course. He said  he could not say exactly how much it-will  be but estimates it to be about7 $20,000  with the per capita tax.  . Aid. Crosby felt that as the whole program was to cost only $55 per month there  was no reason why it should not be on  the  strength of the additional'7revenueV  LIQUOR STORE  Plans, to build- a new liquor store at the  Sunnycrcst Shopping Centre depend upon  approval by the Sagnitary Inspector of the  drainage. Alderman Gerry Dixon told  council, following study of plans, the  area is already saturated and he would be  interested in knowing just what is planned  by way of a drainage system.  Aid--Crosby said he understands a few  schemes are under consideration and that  there should be no problem.' Mayor Peterson said this will be up to-the Sanitary  Inspector. It was therefore moved .the  matter be tabled pending a report from  the Sanitary Inspector together with more  detailed'plans.    Y. ���  '������-' ,:    ;;  roughly 30 years and is not terribly  today and has not settled: much either.  There is no danger from teredos and the  sea will hardly reach it, said Mr. Watson.  Cohimitfee. A-dern^anvMorgah TO  reporting on a recent meeting'���ot-'the;������Air-"  port Committee,'steted that Gibsons Village Clerk Mr. Dave Johnston had offered  to- handle administration and Secheit  Council appeared only too happy to accept  the offer. Aid Thompson explained that  the Cdmxrjittee had no secretary and no  ���See page A-6  Mr. Johnston- said that this is' exactly,  the situation at this time.' He also pointed  out there are other things, which will-hp.  involved in the extra taxes"." Mayor Wally  Petei>on agreed and commeh^d:''"What"  we plan to spend in the .area .will ceita-jnly.  not be covered by the amount of "W-Jccs  anticipated." ���        'Y'. 7,*Yl,i  Lighting project  was tabled  pending  USE OF WHARF  Application from a merchant in. business near the Government wharf sought  permission ito renovate a boat on an nn-,  u^dyS^_9h;qrihe,;*v^^ .0yy  Yy^i^ii^co^ :^t^;^<^irwt-&  JdJEaVastw >i^s:^pi_pr^  son who said Council could ];be:;selAmg'"a  '7,7 . '��� .'���See page'A-fi  Commuter tickets -  New Queen  Crowned Miss Sea Cavalcade last Sat-    year.  All three were selectfed from  urday evening, Angela Willis (center)    nine very attractive girls and judges,  is an Elphinstone. student who will  enter Grade 12 this year. Her attendants are Fran Volen (left) who  graduated this year and Carrie Gal-  lier who also enters Grade 12 this  Mrs. A; .Labonte, Mr. Ed Sherman,  Rev. Dennis Morgan, Dr. John Crosby and | Mayor Wally Peterson had a  hard time reaching a decision.  imier  Sechelf Alderman  COAST Gnrib.'.-ldi Union Board of Health  meetings npp<*;.r to he "more pnprr  than arttyn", n.>inim-n1ed Sivh'-H Ald<-r-  man-Norm Wtitwm nn hr penned nvlivuUit.  of the June mtrlitiR nt lust we'-k'ti mect-  i"S of Stxhrlt Villaf-e Council,  Aid.   Wutw.n   is   thv   Secheit   yilhigc  n*prc;icntatlv(*   on   the   Union   liourd   of  H_*a..h and ht* Muted that due tn bu-iiiM-si  o<itirnitnifnt,s fn> has been unat>le t<�� at-  ttTVil   mny  -rne**tir.p5 ��s yet.  JudpnK frtwiA  the minutes, he f.aid, "tht y don'1 appear  to   do  much   of   any thins   except   iclm^i  <X*��n Villa ApAirlinent--;, and m-fliln^ has  Itt-en dono yet. In my opinion the liulh of  the matter is-, tliey don't have omy te��*th,"  Ocean Villa Apartments arc located in  Powell| River and  th,* It  unit block   |i��s  l��fn having a problem with f;t*w-.-i|-,e eon-  laminating oublic oy;;Ur bed,*, in Ihe vie-  i    inity.  :���        Fo.Iowi-ijj   fiie 'February   jneetinj.   of  Union Board of Health owncra of the  apartments were forced to dose a six unit  block and completely drain thc erptlc  tank which, serviced it. Oilier wptic tanks  jHTvleing the rt^t of th<i* a|>artjrr*����U; ore  being pumprd out. on a regular bahls  which re-Milled in Mr. Btll, Sr. Sanitary  Jnf.;rxTt.or, .;t.��1inj; at tlio June mtt-ting of  thc Hoard, that at tht* prrfif-nt time Xhrte  its no nui>j(.iK-�� and �� public Jm*#Jth enfii-  jH��*r will be J nr-pert in*,: tho hito during  the fiumnier months.  October meet in u of tJie UinJon Board of  JJn.Hh will lie held in the Whilst lor  Mountain ��n-a neur Squamif.h where  there is tremendfui**. land development  and the ,*,ew;i'.e dif.po,--,al arrangementri  are beinn <]<>;oly wat< bed by Union  J.oyrd nf Ileallh metnberii. Alderman  Wnlwun ftiitrd Ih* will ftttond thin m.t*t-  ing a,*." ht.- wo-jUI like to tec the area.  SECHELT imd Dislrict Chamber of Coni-  nierce last SeptcmlK-r hold its twenty-  first unniver,��.ary which was cclebrat'ii  with u Crand Bamjuef. Sutww of this  was so great tliat it was decided to n?n-  linut* as w-n nTmual rvent.  I'his year, plana call for an vx.ccpUun;il  jirogram and a colling has Wvn w*t at \'i'>  tickets which will be available to mem-  Imts only up to S<��ptember 6, from when  they will be on ?;alo to the public.  It had U-en lioped earlier to obtain tin-  ocrvicrs of popular entertainer (Mr. Ink  Spr^t) Bill Kennvy, unfortunately he M-f-  fei**.*d a fierjous aceid-ent and war; unable  to mako any commitments,, A Vancouver  gi-oup of finiATti'iiners has now boon signed  up known as "The Travelling People"  who twmpriM* K,lry,<vr* and inslrumrn-ial-  ists. Th<*y tin* well known on the lower  mainland and thdr act is, in general ternr,  a take-off of tho rwrw-wned lr,i��Js Sinetiv  Later in tbo ovoninr. the mu^ielan no  .Ion of *hc gioup \\ill play mu.sic foi  danvhig.  Scheduled again to Ix- hold in the  IVninrula Dining Jloom. SerheM, a ��*���).-!  hour in planned from (i 30 p.���-,_ follow- <i  by 1,!ie banquet at 7:30 p,rn. Price of tick-  ots will be $5.00 and will Ix* on ��;ale t.hoii-  ly. B<K.>kinK.*i t\my tx-imidt* thmuRb Tl��<  Timrs ofijet-, Campbell's Vanity. B.C. li\  dm Office, CiImiMf*,- Variety or'jjm J,��ni'  wick, C-ompbrnenl.-iry ,-i-nivcjUc pry��riU��-  will U> fcupplivd 4.1 the dww.  WINDING up his tour of the Sunshine  Coast last Thursday, August 21, in Powell River, Premier W. A. C. Bennett told  ah audience of 1000, construction of Highway 101 and commuter ferry tickets for  Sunshine Coast residents will be included  in the forthcoming budget. ,  Minister without Portfolio, Hon. Isabel  Dawson, told The Times later "this is a  promise and the Premier keeps his promises." Asked if this work would include  tlie Gibsons cut-off, she replied "yes."  ; Speaking in both Gibsons nnd Secheit.,  Mr. Bennett extolled the good work carried out for hor riding by Isabel Dawson,  "When you elected Isabel you did not  know how wise you wore and I havo nothing but praise for her," he said, and added,-  "She has brought sunshine to both the  Legislature and thc province."  ���Regarding the election campaign, he  said the cry itt that the present government has been in power too long. "Seven-  te-cn years is a long time but I doubt if  you could stand some of those other boys  for man* than three or four years," he  quipped.  Stating that British Columbia Ih the  fastest growth area anywhere in the  world, the Premier wam.*d of a mowmoint  itakinK place which, he ��.ld is dangerous  in the extreme. A head of the labor bom's  has .vent out letlws to tho workers telling  thorn how they should vote, "I rail on the  workers to repudiate that dictatorship, vote  Social Credit sind keep our groat country  free," ho said. Ho addod 1hat it will be a  sad day indeed when the wwrkers of the  province follow (their boe;scs on political  ist,ues. He pom-ted to the situation in  CVeO-io-lov-alua. "Wc all. know what. Is  Jiapi-ening then*. 1 don't say Ihe NDP is  that bad but it is the direction in which  we are heading, to the extreme left or  straight ahead.  Bills 43, 42 and 33 are good Bills, they  protect, the voritinc roan and the employer, the labor bossc-h dislike It, they prefer  to um: Ihe wx>rk<-rs as pawns. The working  man quite rightly follows his union and we  have M.me of iho best unions in B,C, anywhere and it is rif,ht Lhat they .jhould follow their leaders when it comes to ncj-o-  liating wages and working conditions.  "But when the lalwr Ixjsses and 1he  lalxtr uruanx iry to tell tlie indiv^iual  w..ik��T how he sluAild vote, htx-rty is Ruing out of the window," he suid.  In urging ,the v^ers to ri.l.orn M:"i  l._iwM.n to VKU.ua, the Premier t.aid ih*'  has only been in office three years bin. nas  accomplished a (tremendous amount. He-  urged that she be returned in order to  carry on the good work she lias started.  "She is one of the hardest workers I have  and works harder than any four others,"  he said.   ,  Conclusion of his speech brought forth  loud applause from an audience which included representative, of all political  parties.  TODAY, Wednesday, August 27, is the day  all eligible and able to vote are urged  to visit their polling station to put a cross  againstt the name of the political candidate  of their choice. No one has to be dictated  to as to how he or she votes, this is a personal matter but it is important that all  who ,are able, use their vote.  In ord(?r to assist the electorate The  Times publishes the following Polling Sla-  itions in the hope it will avoid any confusion:  Egmont, the Post Office. Irvines Landing, Harbour Marina, Garden Bay. Madeira  Park, .Community Hall, Halfmoon Bay,  Ituthcrfords. Secheit, Legion Hall. Wijson  Creek, Community Centre. Roberts Creek,  Community Hall. Gibsons, Legion Hall.  Hopkins Landing, Communirty Hall: Port  Mellon. Community Hall. Gambia Island,  Army-Navy Hall,  Wafer dispute  SECHELT Waterworks Ltd. last week  circulated users of 1he service with  further -Uireats of service cut-off should  they fail to pay their water bills to 1he  company and, further, tlie taxpayer will  Im; faced wiith additional expense should  tho dispute* between the Company and the  Regional Board go to expensive lifigatlon.  Folio-wing failure to negotiate with 1 he-  Company, the Itepjonal Board Mx)k what  it considoivd to Ih- legal expropriation  measures, to acquire the water works uh of  July 1. The Secheit Waterworks Company, however, appears lo set itself nlwve  the law and disjiutea the Regional Board's  action.  Last year when Seclielt Council wan  contentpl.'itJug purrha��o of the Waterworks, it <*ng;iKod 1he porvjooa of Consulting F-nr,ineeT J. Motherwell who, after an  exitensivt* survey e.*1ima1ed value of the  wrvi.ie at $32.1M)0. His eomment was thut  the service is in n very run down condition  and tliat to renew it to reliable rmxleni  rtwndards would coot ��n entimated figiirv  of $201,900.  Begional Board engineers Da>1on and  Knight earrk-d out a similar survey and  suggested a valuation figure of $(K).000,  On thin basis The Regional Board rejected a much higher price asked by the  Company and made tin oiler ot $00,000.  This war, turned down wilh notification  Ihat'llie utility was no longer on the market ^ub'-oqiien.ly, in order 1o prooi*i*d  with  ,'pluns   to   .-.uppiy   water   to   outside  areas, the Begional Board felt obliged to  expropriate.  Since tluit time both gioups have advertised the fact that water rates be paid  to them. The Company, however, had added the threat that users who do not pay  them will have their water cut off. The  Board in turn questions legality of mich  action and says it would simply turn the  water back on again.  Jn its circular 1�� users, Uie Company  states: It is unfortunate that a-11 this will  no dou*bt cost you more* money us a taxpayer. Nol only will there Ix* expulsive  litigation and advertising cost*, but should  the issue eventually go to arbltra.ion, we  will claim an amount of over $00,000 for  our physical ��_ss.1n, We will also claim  other costs and values which will push  the 1ot:al claim to a much higher figuix*.  Thi��. .conditional notice of chum has already been filed with the Regional District.  Last weekend. MLA live Hon, Isabel  Dawson expressed ama.-eincnt at tin* circular which had l.een brought to her attention and slated she would be bringing  the mailer up with Municipal Affairs Min-  irter Dan Camplx'll, Sunday, Mrs DawM'w.  also invited Board Chairman l-ornc Wolverton te accompany her on her meeting  with the Minister, there was unfortunately  some doubt as to whether Mi, Wolverton  would Ix* able to In- present.  Regional Boa id still maintains it is now  the legal owner of the W.'Vtei'worlei and  ui^ct> u:.i is to pay their bills lo ih. Board.  '��� '������  -*�����"�� .........  p ��H     .    ���.  .  v*swf&, at*. ,. ���   '   -'     .*        -',"r -. ���*���  <. f ^'. 'ii* " ��<-*' *_V* v- *1'���>'*��� ."���-' "-' r-ii   V-..F-,.      ,-.   ..>..-.     "i^<-    rf.'.J;* i,-,.*'"mi^.'f"F-".. **���*���!-*'"*"'1-'   '''"'   "'  ^t_4_-^..v-���sv *^2 ***-  �����"���V4A- *> ^J'^frtJV-ftT^L.'V.i^.i'  j-^^i^A-,  ���^i^^^-i^vKi^^t-VFl^^^^^f^^ci^ff.  ���      -     '_ 'f "���?    '    '"'        *  *-VwJ*S. y1**^-4*'1^'*  ft  . P^iMPfagltoriiisultt times/  jg_2*;W9  n^i��wiii'i-itihiiiii1iiriiuiiiririiriMr.iiiniiiinnriiM-iriifl.miinlMiri| fc��ii*ii����ii_iiim'u��ffi*rir  TiffipEMBSUtflS*^^ Pfirbne 885-9654  F '    ���*���     -.'    V '      # .      , ~ - . J  Published -Wednefsdoy by  The Peninsula,Tttries Ltd..  ot Secheit,' B.C.  Member, Audit Boreou  of Circulations  .March 31_ 1969  Gross Ctt-culetlon 2360  Paid Circulation 2081  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Brlefs 112 words)  One Insertion __ 75c  Three  Insertions . $1.50  Ixtro lines (4 words)  15c  ("This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers.   .    .. 10c extra  25c Book-feeping charge Is added  far Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication.date.  Legal er Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display advertising  in  classified  Ad-Briefs columns. $1.75 per inch.  Sobscriptioa Rotes  By moil. Peninsula orea _$5_Q0 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By moil, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  CAEDr OF THANKS (cont'd)  TO Doctors, staff, members of  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliaries and friends for their  kindness and get well wishes  during my stay in hospital,  my sincere thanks. ��� Leola  Hill. ��� 3153-39  WE WISH -to -extend .our  .heartfelt thanks to all'those  who go kindly assisted during  the illness and passing of our  beloved husband and father  Mr. S. L. Fourn. Special  thanks to Dr. Burtnick and to  the nurses and staff -of St.  Mary's Hospital- for their wonderful' care and consideration. ���  ������Mrs. Blanche Fourn; and  Kay, Aileen & Wes Bystedt. .  3130,-39  PERSONAL .  - . . ���-;.ii rI,,..i. i.' n.i.i-n. i   .  ALCOHOLICS"  -Anonymous,  P.O. Bo* 294, Secheit; B.C.  Phone S85-&&7, or 886-2975^  2457-tfn  WORK WAt-TOD  TILLiCUM Chimney-Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, ������ Janitor  service, odd joi>s etc. AH work  guaranteed. RR1- Secheit, Ph.  Thursday,- Friday,  Saturday, Aug.  28, 29, 30    885-2191 preferably   evenings.  ROMEO AND JULL1ET       , - 2754-tfn  Sunday, Aug. 31 st Midnight  Double Feature  Horror Show  DRACULA PRINCE OF  DARKNESS  and  '    THE HORROR OF  DRACULA  Monday, Tuesday,  September 1st and 2nd  SWEET BODY OF DEBRA  Starring Carol Baker  Restricted  Next Week . . .  Elvis Presley in "Charro"  Show Time 8 p.m.  Phone 886-2827  3148-39  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to thank all of our  .friends, neighbours and relatives, for their many cards  and flowers during Dorothy's  prolonged illness in St. Mary's  Hospital. Also a hearty thanks  to the entire stslff for their  kindness, and thoughtfulness  ���towards, my wife.���Harvey  Hubbs. '        3144-39  WE   WISH   to   express   our  heartfelt    thanks   to   .Alan  Schwabe;  Rick   Carter;  Doug  Evans;   Ronnie   Abrams   and  James Varey for their prompt  action in locating the fire Tin  our basement and I phoning in1  the   alarm.   Also   to , Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Department for  responding so quickly to the  call and tackling the fire so  efficiently. Thanks also to our  neighbours   and . friends   for  offering assistance im so many  ways; to Mr. R. McKibbin our  iire   insurance   representative  and his company for helping  us make the right decisions to  make our home habitable a-  gain. Also tt> our neighbours  Mr. and Mrs. F. Charlesworth  for serving the fireman, coffee  after the fire ��� Alex and Flo  Robertson. 3129-39  BEAT the.fall winds- 'We 'top,  limbj.fall or, put. T.V_ 'antennas in trees. Insured work,  doi>e to your satisfaction- Our  free estimate may^ be lower  than vou think. Phone' 885-  2109. * 3054-tfn  FOR .custom rock drilling &  blasting, Phone 885-959L  3047-tfn  BRUSH & spray painting. Interior & exterior. .Reasonable prices. First- class workmanship guaranteed. Phone  Les Hunter 886-7007. 3090-41  EXPERIENCED truck driver,  knows city well & Gibsons  &Sechelt   area. Work full  or"  part time. Ph. SS6-2963.  3136-39  COTTAGERS ���.Young couple  will caretake house for winter   season.   Call   Murray   &  Cari Green at 885-9306.  3122-41  .FOR.RENT (continued)  " HOUSEKEEPING room, cle^n,  warm; all f otind, privatk eh- -  trance.   Available,   Sept ,1st.  Selma Park. Pi ��55-9535,  3100-tfn  SMALL furnished suite on  waterfront, modern bathroom. Suit 1 person. Vacant  September 1. Apply Jacques  Antiques, Cowrie St��� Secheit.  ��� 3140-39  HOUSEKEEPING room, clean  warm & all found. Private  entrance.   Selma  Park.   Gent.  PJi. 885-9535. 3137-tfn  WATERFRONT, furnished,  modern self contained ste.,  single gent, available from  September 1st. Phone 886-  2773. 3156-39  PETS  POODLES,      clipping      and  grooming,   years    of    experience. Phonfe ��86-2601,  2420-tfo  .-".   t        _..  .    .__���_, _. ______���������   ...v���.~ *T       KIND home wanted for 9 mo.  old part <_rerman Shepherd  dog-'who likes children. Ph.  8S5-2351_ 3128-39  tost  "WHITE female cat, part Persian. Phone 731-5050.  -       ���      ' 3157-39  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SECHELT beauty salon for  sale. For information phone  885-2818 days, .886-2600 eves.   ----.-    - 3017-tfn  REAL TESTATE  ___L  REAL ESTATE (Ccntitni^d)   REAL ESTATE (continued)     LEGALS  AUTOS & TRUCKS .Cont.)   FOR SALE  WATERFRONT   LQT  and 3  - -'-view * lots'- in - Garden Bay,  Pender, Harbour. Box' 1, Garden Bay, Pender Harbour. Box   Halfmoon Bay  fo* pamphlet  WATERFRONT    ���     Choice  beach'lots. Buy now. Going  last Stop in at our office', at  -    i_>     ���*.-  ESI  ' New service to the  Sunshine Coast.  Standard or Art Crafted  Quality Signs, Murals etc  CALL JIM JORDAN  at  BENNERS' FURNITURE  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. or  Phone 883-2336. Owner.  -   ��� 2882-tfn  ��� !_���    Il��-_l ��� Hh Wl^  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good    263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties' and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES   3061-tfn  2Vz ACRE ISLAND  -$35,000  William    Island    at    Irvines  Landing  in  Pender Harbour.  Sheltered, drilled well. Terms  available  Olli Sladey,  Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 883-2233    3096-40  EWART McMYMN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing' Service'" *  PHONE 886-2248  DID YOU  VOTE   ���   VOTE   ���   VOTE  Terrific location,. centre  Roberts Creek, close to Golf  course, acreage with revenue  building: Full price "$25,000,  terms.  WATERFRONT, Gibsons:  Lovely three-ibedrooin home  oh level "lot, shade" trees,  lawns and garden, ���0 feet  beach: Full price $33,000  terms.  Two bedroom house on large  lot, two-street frontage,- basement, A-oil furnace, ,$14,900  f;p., terms.  Langdale, corner lot with  hew two-bedroom home, full  ���corierete basement with finished rooms, fireplace, double  car-port, fully modern: $26.  000 cash takes this and gives  the finest views on the Sound.  Finest waterfront properties,  lots and Acreage.  HAVE YOU VOTED  E. McMyhn 886-2500  Do Wortman       886-2393  Vince Prewer       886-9359  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.;  3142--39  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.     \ \  Phone 263-4993 collect or  736-5933 Mr.  Good  We Cover The Waterfront  HOBBY FARM: Small holding.    Two    rm.    cabin,    year  round   water   supply,   retirement'or horses etc.' Off hwy.,  nr. Roberts Creek. Mr.  Good.  3126-39  WANTED  WILL    purchase    patches    of  staodlng timber.  Phone 886-  2459. _JC8l-tfn  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J;, M.  Hayes  at Secheit,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-tfn  HELP WANTED  I WISH to thank the following organizations, clubs and  frlehds who came to my assistance after the disastrous fire  of my home. I am so grateful  and  thankful 'to  know there  are  m many kind  people in  this world who came and gave  me assistance-so quickly -and  willingly when 1 was in dire  need, and started me on a new  way of Jiff. I am so grateful to  Mr! ond Mrs. W. Cook, North  Rond, Gibsons for {living me  ��   home   and   their   kindness,  Speciul thanks to Gladdy and  Johnny    Prost,    Secheit    who  gavi* so much and started nil  tht*   ar._iit.Umct.   that   followed;  Air   Vice   Marshall   and   Mm,  F.  V. Hcakes  oj  Secheit und  Vancouver;    Royal    Canadian  Air   Force  Benevolent   Fund;  Mh'H I. J, Dowlc-r, Vancouver;  Carrol & Lars BralcsUd, Gib-  dons; Gib-ions Red Crows; Mr,  St Mrs.  F. Bonniin, & Welfare  Fund, Royal Canadian Lesion  Branch    140,   Secheit;   L.   A.  Branch    140;    Eva    &    Chris  Smith;  Mr. &  Mrs.  Colbeck;  Mrs,    Nflhe    Erickison;    Mrs.  Kndlp McWhlnnie; Mrs, Frances HilU Mm.  Margaret GIV>-  taon. Mr. ik Mrs, Herb Brrdahl;  Mr. &, Mrs, Art Jensem,, all of  Scrhelt.    Mr.    Ernie    Graves,  Vancouver  &���   Tuwanrk,   who  supplied his truck for moving  the   furnilure   end   donation*  with   Mr.   Johnny   Front. Mr.  Fred   Petertion,   Glbnons   who  tinrubbod and paimitcd my two  room home. Special thimka to  Mr.    Ralph    McKwkrin    who  me-d wy life ��� Mrs. Dorrif-n  .Pfltricia Wedley.  WANTED ��� Garderier, 1 day  week.   Suit  retired  nian' or  part-time   worker.   Ph.   886-  7005. 3123-39  EXPERIENCED      hairdresser  wanted,    Apply    in    person  only,    Gibsons    Girl    Beauty  Salon, .GibjiOriB.  ..     ���.. 3139-39  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Nolda Wilson'  885-9746 or write;  Box 390, Secheit, B.C.  2910-tfn  VILLAGE OF GmSONS  Help Wanted  Clerk   -   Stenographer for  Municipal Office, Gibsons. No  shorthand. Plione 886-2.543 for  interview.  D. Johnnton  Municipal  Clerk.  3132-40  f OU. EENT  HALL for rent���Wilson Cm*.k  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-0575.  tess-tfn  AVAILABLE   immed.,   1   rm.  furnished   .etc.   in   GibBonn.  Ph. 686-2521. 3094-40  DE-LUXE hoii^Yceeping rm,  Ekn-tric range, trig, and T.V.  Private .i-rtrance, and bathroom, fverythlne itupplrwl. $70  month includinR utilities,  Working p^.rs'm preferred. ���  ZlZi-W   885-0550. SJ4-9-W  For the most complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  call  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  For Free Catalogue  Phone 885-2232  3098-tfn  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer . . .  ���Continuous advertising in  four newspapers.  ���Effective and proven advertising in our catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales staff of  eight in two offices on the  Peninsula.  ���Twenty-four hour answering service.  ���No charge to you if there is \  no sale-  SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  Phone ,885-2232  Box'155, Secheit, B.C.  Box 369, Gibsons, B.C.  3099-tfn  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� Perfect for the boating enthusiast.  4-Vb acres with southern exposure and 450 ft, waterfrontafe  including float and ramp. Well  constructed 1100 sq. ft. sum- $11,950. About 4.6 acres, 263-  mer or year round home. Ex-  > cellent water supply. 6000 watt  11 generator supplies light and  power: Parklike setting affords ample opportunity for  further, development. FP.  $32,500.  GIBSONS SHELTERED  WATERFRONT ��� Lots with  excellent view and safe, protected moorage for all types of  craft. Each lot is fully serviced with access off paved  road. Perfect location for your  retirement house and just  minutes from salmon, fishing  at it. best, Reasonably priced ,  from $8,800. Low down payment of $1,000 handles.  Immaculate 2 bedroom  home on level, landscaped lot.  Spacious living room. Large  bright kitchen with stove.  Utility room, Close to beach,  Full Price $13,500. Terms,  Two adjoining level, cleared  Jotu with excelJcht soil. Realistically priced at only $1,750  each.  Cottage on 2M�� acres with  124 ft. highway frontage. Close  to Sunnycrcst Shopping Plaza.  Excellent potential for commercial development. Full  price ohly $13,000.  SELMA PARK ��� Fully (serviced view lot with gentle  filope. Cleared and iT-ndy for  building. Full price $4,000.  PENDER JJABOUR���Large  waterfront property with modern fishing lodge consisting of  two pelf-contained /two bedroom unlta, each with lorge  bright kitfhrn rand modem  plumbing. Common living  room with Jar-ftC rock fireplace  and picture- window, overlooking , hUTlxvur. Ample clearr-d  ppace on property for cabins  etc. Full price f40,OOO,  Bemi-waterfront lots all  fully pcrvJci'd with ncrrfra to  launching and moorage. Full  price $3,000 to $3,500.  Phone ��85-9683. H. B. Gordon  & "Kennett Ltd. Secheit. 885-  2013.      . - 3062-tfn   ���  i< =   ROBERTS CREEK���Lovely 3  bedroom home with view of  ocean on -Vi* acre. Private sale  ���terms. Ph. 886-2744. 3127-41  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Secheit���highway location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfD  DAViS"BAY���Arbutus Drive,  1500. sq. ft spacious medallion home. '20 x 36 carport. 4  pe. bath. 3 bedrooms, lge.  family room.. Cabinet kitchen.  Good view. Some mortgage  available. H. Aubin. S85-957S.  2862-tfn  MocGregor Pacific-Realty  -presents  5AM SOLO ESTATES  Situated In  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots on the Sunshine Coast.  For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or L. Campbell.  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  1400-777 Hornby,,Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  EGMONT FISHING LODGE:  3 bdnh. home, covered sun-  deck. 70' w-f. Good moorage,  salmon grounds. P.O. Store,  marina close. Try yiur offer  NOW.  RUBY LAKE' CABBSI: 480  sq. ft., fully furnished, insulated. Fireplace, sundeck, 120'  w-f. $12,500 full price, terms.  Call DON TAIT 883-2284.  WILSON CREEK: 3; hdnn-  home, level Vz acre, has good  water system. Low down payment on $11,500 full price.  ROBERTS CREEK: 4.6  acres, close to highway. Year  round creek for water supply.  Only $4,500 full price-  V_ acre lot, 60 x 500, creek  crossing property. Full price  $2,300.  GIBSONS RURAL: 10 acres,  good view from upper %, ideal  for future S/D. $10,000 full  price. y.-:.[.-y..^i-  \     16   acres  of potential ''view  ' property,  paved  road  on one  side, undeveloped road on one  end.   Ideal  for   S/D  at   only  $16,000 full price.,.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibspns, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MiEMBER  ���  MULTIPLE   LISTING    \  SERVICE  Form No: 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Secret Cove, B.C., in front of D.L.  4545, GP. 1, N.W.D.  Take notice that J. O., B. O.  and E. I. Brynelsen of Vancouver, B.C. occupation Lodge  Operators intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing at a post  planted N.W. corner of Lot  7222; thence to the S.W. corner of Lot 7222; thence W.N.  Westerly approx. 600 feet;  thence N. Westerly to the STE.  corner Lot 4544; thence S.  Westerly to the point of commencement, and containing 1.8  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of marina extension  and construction of navigable  channel  Dated July 30th, 1969. \  C.   Wagenaar   B.C.LS.  Agent.       \  3055-pub. Aug. 13, 20, 27, Sep.  " '-3, 1969  - GET- your bands on a Toyota  ^-You'll never- let go. Japan's largest  selling' ear.   For  information on this automobile  call Don Pye at 885-9602.  .      '      2728-tfn  1956  WILLYS  4  wheel drive  " pick-up. Ph. 886-2441 eves.  3088-40  1959 CHEV. Vi. ton truck and  camper, positive track, good  shape,   $600.   Brummel.   Roberts Creek. 3134-41  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of  Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  . 3_ri -Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  Nelson Island.  , Take notice that Velma Lin- '  owski   of   154   Ashlar   Drive,  Napa, California, 94558,, occupation, teacher, intends to ap- '  ply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 24 ft W and 100 it.  N. of the N.W. corner of lot'  3532; thence 300 ft. E.; -thence  100 ft. N.; thence 300 ft. W.;  thence 100 ft. S. and containing % acres, more or less, \for  the purpose ��f summer : home.  .    Velma Linowski  Dated Aug, 16,1969-  3125-pub, Aug. 27, Sept. 3, 10,  ���..'���   17, 1969  CHESS ENTERPRISES LTD.  Pratt Road & Sunshine  Coast Highway  " 886-2237  1965 Plymouth Fury II,  4 dr. sedan. 6 cyl.  engine, 3 speed  automatic trans.,  radio. This car is  immaculate        $1350  1965 Falcon Station  Wagon. 6 cyl_ engine, standard  transmission, radio,  low mileage. $1050  1963 Pontiac Parisienne  2 dr. hardtop,  brand new 409 cu.  inch V-8, with  Hurst shift -standard transmission.  New red line wide  oval tires, electric  windows & radio���  a    total    perform-      J?  ance car.   .        '      $1#50"  1964 Comet 4 dr sedan,  6 cyl. engine, standard transmission,  radio,   Tutone   red  & white. $ 750  1959 Chevrolet 4 dr-  sedan, 6 cyl., automatic transmission,  radio, lady owned.  . .      -     '     $ 350  CHESS ENTERPRISES LTD.  Box 561 886 2237  Gibsons, B.C. '  3145-39  BOATS ond ENGINES  15*   Cadilac   aluminium . boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, with trailer & tarp. 885-2007.     2359-tfn  BOAT Insurance Information-  Marine;' Insurance " Claims.  Capt W. Y. Higgs, Box .339,  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425. 7  ,2533-tfn  14' PLYWOOD runabout with  windshield and sidewings. .60  HP   Johnson,.; |995.... Madeira  .marina, Madeira P_ff__.7B.Cj. 777  ...3079-39.  lOMi' Carvel boat, fibreglassed,  new half cabin.' 7-Va "hp BfeS  engine.   Reasonable.   885-9764.  E. E. HilL  3072-39  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Call Frank  I_ewis or Morton  Mackay   at   8(10-9900.  Eves. 886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibftrms and Burquitlam  S065-37  4993,  EXECUTIVE HOME: Year  round or summer. About 320  ft. level beach water, yacht  moorage etc. Large home plus  annex all on one. Guests 3 extra bdrms. L/R, kit. Gardners  cottage, five lots. Nr. Langdale ferry term. Only $75,000.  Easy Terms. Also ideal for  Church br community camp  etc, Mr.  Good, 263-4933.  WATERFRONTAGE: Porpoise Bay. About 43 acres,  with 375 ft, wharf, boat basin,'  sheltered with lge. home mod.  Plus other framed in. Good rd.  in ten mins. Secheit. Our low,  low, appraisal, Lock stock &  barrel. Only $100,000 vv-Hh  low dn, payment or your- offers. Excellent club or-private  location, year round. Rcnort.  area. Mr. Good 203-4933.  BARGAIN HARBOUR; Located nr, the Bargain Nurrown.  Good . fpr -.mall boat owner.  Three lots an a package buy.  About 250 ft. waterfront,'Only  $11,500 with half down. Mr.  Good 263-4993.  HOTEL LAKE; Of. road nr,  Irvines,Landing, Pernor Harbour. Approx. 65 ft. Luke n-  bout 250 fi. deep, Sonic rd, in.  Only $3,850,  EXECUTIVE or retirement,  home. De-lwux, at today replacement 'price. Bldg. alone*  over $30,000, No tidd can describe this gem with 300 ft, of  nafe waterfrontage. Adjacent  to Gibiions with a multi-million, view. A. king $05,000, J/.w  dn, payrrwnt or trn<lr with  Block Bros, purclm-ie j>lan. Mr.  Good 263-4993, ltwn->ectlon hy  apjx,��intmrn1���  BARGAINS: Our dollar 99  special. Only 15 lo-ls tit Rclnui  Park. "Llfftit bush view lots  only. $30$. tdown, $S0 per mo,  ��'UT��.. Mostly 75 ft, by 135 ft.  Mr. Good 263-4ItU3. Ini!,p.*ct  thcr.e now.  I COVER YOUR AREA  LIST NOW  Mr,   Good   203-49I.3  K. Butler  Ron McSavaney  Ed Butler  Don Tait  ��� 886-2000  ��� 886-9656  ��� 886-^2000  ��� 883-2284  3143-39,  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD,  THE SUN SHINES ON  50' Waterfront 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 ground?. 4 bedroom  houir.e, 2 up and two down.  Basement with A-oil furnace,  laundry room & extra bathroom.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots    on  water     pystem.     Going     fast,  clvoioe of nine.   Six lota &old.  Now $2,800. Terms.  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1600 each.  TILLICUM BAY: 2 bedroom home, has large living  room with W-W und etone  fireplace, new A-oil furnace.  Good value at $11,500.  GIBSONS: Well built 2  bedroom home with basement  om- landscaped grounds. A-oil  heat, elec, range arid Amona  frcewr.  AKking $19,500.  GIBSONS ��� This new., wll  plamnod Wi*twoo<l home offers  loU of living Kpace.. Large living room, 3 bodrwma, 2 fire- >  pla<*s, full basement, car-port.  On �� acre*, $38,000.  Multiple LiKting Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GOROON  8. KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  -5a 3146-lfnl.  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  Nelson Island.  Take notive that Jerrold  Linowsky of 154 Ashlar Drive,  Napa, Calif., occupation teacher, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 24 ft. West yf the N.W.  corner of lot 3532;; thence 300  ft. East; thence 100 ft. North;  thence 300 IVWest; thence 100  ft. South, and containing ���'/-  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  Jerrold John Linowski  Dated August 16, 1969.  3124-pub, Aug, 27, Sept. 3, 10,  17, 1969  CARS and TRUCKS  I960 Vj TON truck, near new  condition, I owner, , 30,000  highway miles, rubber-fair,  292 Big 6 motor, 3 speed, long  wide box, asking $1600 as is;  885-9542. 3012-tfn  *09    VOLKSWAGEN     custom  1200.   Only   5800  miles.   Ph.  885-2360, 30*19-10  STARCRAFT aluminum boat.  12 ft. and 6 hp Johnson, '69.  Never used. Ph. 886-7078.    ,  3050-39  18   FT.   clinker   built   cabin  cruiser. 50 hp Mercury OB  electric   start.   Al   conditioiv  Ph.  885-9582.     , 3093-tfn  19' CABIN cruiser with 70 hp  Chrysler'    outboard,     Very  good value at $1200. 885-0680.  3119-40  TECHNICAL bobks now in  stock at the Times Book  Store, _ Secheit. Carpentry ���  ' welding ��� plumbing ��� drafting ��� house wiring. Fix your  Volkswagen, Chev, Ford, Ply-  hiouth. All about small gas  engines and many others. Ph.  885-9654. 3051-tfn  HAVE   Mallard   ducks.   Baby  stroller, S' x 9' tent. 9* x 12'  underfelt. 48 Bass cord organ  and bench. 885-9387.   3086-38  KNABE   baby   grand   piano.  excelL  quality.   885-2826-40  OIL stove, pot burner, no fan,  $20. Ph. 883-^322.     3113-39  CEDAR kindling for sale. Ph.  885-2370. 3101-39  SMITH      Corona,     standard  typewriter \with extra-large  type, in new condition^ special  at half-price. Phone 885-9654.  2540-Jfn  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  from   Secheit   Kinsmen    at  $3.50 each. Phone 885-3542.  IF-1 ITS  suits���it's  Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfc  BEAUTIFUL    semi    acoustic  guitar, electric with case &  straps    Sacrifice,    $100.. .cash.  885-9654. , 31-54-tfn  - _.. -, I.,���-. _,,__���,���  111    t. 1.1 ^        ' li   _  ' SMALL   220, McClary .-stove,  $30. 22" 3 hp Briggs Zenith  lawn ..mower, 7 $55. % complete  guide urnfdrms,  sizes '10 and  ,12. $5 eacli. ��85-^9643. .; 31*7-^9  SET-:---'-A_.__x' -^drumSy, $100, cost  $300.   Good condition.  Box  2��9*Sechelty-.. - -7  v.  31-51-39  HOOVER spin, dry'' washer, 1  -.-- yr.   old,   $100V:PhoneY885- ,-,  9385: '       Y3i56^|l  FIREPROOF safe for sale. Ph.  885-9551. 3138-39  RADIO   &   hi-fi  all  in   one.  Floor modeL Ph. 886-9327.  ,-:..,-..7..,,,. ,,3131-41  CUT yotir'latmdry drying time  in half with a rota dry. Ph.  886-2259. Monday <<- Thurs.  1 :'. .    3133-41  SEVEN  year   old  gelding   16  hands,  trained  English and  Western. Phone 886-7147.  3155-39  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���-Fibreglas^-Rbpe- ���-'���  -Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  sldndivers air jtainks.  Skindfiveirs available for  ���s4y^f,-'.^^y:C.-'���.,������;������(.:������/���������-.  ������ ���.walt^ny-gSr&m^^  ���--.- -LTD,-;:: -7-: .���V--%-  Phone 886-9303,1 Gibsons, B.C.  ��� -1306-tflB.;  ,    ��� 'i   '   - \    'i      '        ' ' " "," "^' \  or g^e^'-i^^fr^'.y'Jahsco  Pump -and 5 hp B&'S engine  DO/vffiSTlc vifficrm  . ,.;- >,H��AliR'y.;  Ascot instant propane heater,  good for: average family.  Only used as dettio.  E. S, Johnstone  Madeira Park, B.C.  Tel. 883-^*2386  3035-tfh  WKEN TO GAMBLE, WHEN TO PASS  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGIO  <MQiv/*feHEi*riC  fWYcr  Tttor* or* Ihrw* mlllloi- f>��op1��  oround th* world toddy Who *�����-  tl������ thai ih* unification of monWnd  It fh* will of God for our ag*. tWy  ��rail fh��m��*l*���� Baha'lt.  fprtiopt Bo ha'I |�� wh��t yv$ mr*  UxMna tor.  edma m. roon  0-tdoi'�� cf Sunftiina Co����t  (\ typical "timo for decision" is shown in the  illustration. Should the golfer gamble by hitting for  the flagstlc'k (Position No. 1) or should he avoid  the risk and shoot for Position No. 2?  I say that Ms decision should rest on several  factors.  Those factors suggesting he shoot for the flag-  stick include: (a) confidence he can make the shot;  (b) the competition is match play; (c) success  probably, will rattle His opponent; (d) it is early in  the round; (e) it is late in the round and he Is  losing; <f) confidence he can make a reasonable  birdie putt.  Those factors st-ggesting he aim for Position  No. 2 and accept two putts include*, (a) doubt that  the odds favor his success in hitting Position No, 1;  <b> tht> compeftrtion is stroke play; (c) missing  Position No. 1 could ruin a good round; (d) doubt  that ho could sink the birdie putt from Position  No. 1; (e) a par will win the hole; (f) succeeding  holes offer better birdie chances.  t~f��_        iii, Ij!) l��t����NA,T1. M-��_   if*.  ROY   TAYLOR - Pro.  Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club  Highway 101 ot Roberts; Greek '        Phone 8&6-2Q20 .iM*1 �����������{' ^>-\j*"_.    {_iN.tf  ���?.   ^���^V-*-^-** *ii��-^^-^V^-iiM^  y^-XyV>|V't'*r _*��+**,  >-*.fs-   ^-r    ^ ^ -T- ,*��� _-���w-y-^ r      _,   ^^ ^a     a -t^-^.t ^sij-.^ >---^i^^ ^*4****-**^-^*^  ^Yl^,*"* ?.tf :V^:*rA"v.^^r..-Ti*-.v -*, -.  *- :   ���   v-     ;-"���>     ,      *�� - :*, .y   ��� .    >-,         ���*���    ,        ���. ,-** _~v    '     -���*..-  \ -           'i - .      ,       i ���"**���   .    *             *���_.�����           *    *     I-*         ..-  *    '        ,v*t    ��� J    f  _ ��� \-      _        ��       * �����-    . v\ ,    f ���*���:������   - ���  *���                     i.i'��. .                          ��*��                 ��*__. ��       '         i��       ������ -  '   J ��� '��    ~    '.    ,*   '    ' ���    f .'���.'"'  -         ���           ' '   Y '      '^- '  _t!'' /�����*���.                             -���                              VJ"                         ��  ("S  r.  ���>_  ���r �����  f  V     **  ����� *-.^  *��� \ *  L / ^__\ i__: 1  \-  1J       1  ���*��� ��� -%   4.  ^   :- ���  ���  j_ ���   *  ���  ���>. * *  t:  , o*  'A  _____-��.  _��-/  Hulfmoon Bay Happenings  ^������^    ���!������ ������____���������������  ���  ������ Wlllfll ��� II ������ ���     ���      ������,..������, I        l-,lll.llltllllllllll ������ .IK I If  -*&y" Wtdry; Tinkley  SWIMMING classes wound up at Redrooffs last Wednesday with tests which  all entrants passed satisfactorily. Deirdre  Murphy won a Bronze Medallion which  qualifies her as a lifeguard.  To celebrate the occasion, the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission organised a picnic and winner road at Welcome  Beach, to which all children in Halfmoon  Bay, were invited. Also present were  Nancy Chambers, the swimming instructress and her assistant Ann Letham.  The Recreation Commission expressed '  graceful'thanks to Cliff and Pe?gy Connor  for the  use of their home  and to Mrs.  Mary Walker and her guests, Miss Mar- '  garet Thomas.and Mrs.. Margaret Banrie ,  for their help.  WmTEH'P&OGHAM.  Officgrs of the Welcome Beach Community Association are already busy  planning a programme of, entertainment  for the winter season, with the first social  evening: scheduled for Saturday, September 4th, there will be a.meeting of the  Matinee Club ��� from 2-4 p.m. Everybody  is welcome- to attend this get-together  which will be a '"da-as-you-please" event.  Bring youi; own cards, games or knitting  ���or come just for a visit with your  friends. Several ladies are required 'to  take part* in- a- skit which will be planned  during the afternoon. Tea- will be served  at a nominal charge.  IN' BRIEF  Rob Wjlkinson- is convalescing quietly  at'hir home at Welcome Beach after surgery in St. Paul's Hospital.  Also on the sick- list is Mrs. Jim Rhoa-  des who has undergone surgery in St.  Paul's, Miss Rita Relph home from St.  Mary's ,Hospital and Mrs. Mary Harvey  who will bVrfettfrnirig to' St. Paul's Hospital this week for further surgeiy.  Margaret English 'was' rushed to St.  M&ry's Hospital after t being - badly bitten  by a' dbg -at1 Welcome Beach. It is understood the dog was taken away by the  RCMP.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cuiran have left the  Bay for the time being and are in a rest  home at Kelowna which is owned and  operated by their old neighbour, Mrs.  Tommy Beasley.  BOATING MISHAPS  When. Joe*Dhooghe's boat broke from  its mooring'arid drifted towards Welcome  .Beach last week; it was spotted toy Mrs.  R6ger Bebih'am*s grandson, Dale L.'a'wre-  ���nuk who, despite a rough sea went out to  rescue it, With a,,'strong;wind blowing,  Tpaile had difficulty..in- getlhg tht1 boat under control, but Mr. Adams of Calgary,  a guest at the Harrison house, went, to his  help and they managed to hold the boat  until' the arrival of Joe Dhooghe.  Residents of Seacrest, gazed in helpless borrow as a small boat caught fire  and quickly became a blazing inferno just  off shore last Thursday evening. Fortunately, a landing ibiarge, the Georgia Transport, ivas passing by arid came to the res  cue. After taking off the passengers, the  barge -stood by while -die-boat bunied -to-  the water line.*  HOME AGAIN  ���" Mr. and Mrs. G-uy- deai} have return-  Cd'from a'3 day bus trip through B.C_  an-d Alberta. Travelling- by- way of Bri- '  <lal Palli, Boston Bar and Clinton, their  first overnight1 stop*was at Williams Lake.  They continued to Barkerville where-they -  fojind the Theatre better than ever.  .. ..JTheir tour. ccu3linued_t�����jQi_esn��LjarLd  Pjrinee George, then japrih^ pn.. the._.John  Hart Highway by McLeod Lake. They  appreciated the new paved highway past  Moberley Lake to Hudson's Hope. They  Were taken*"oh a* spSeiaT Wi hour tour of  the Bennett Dam, including the new pow-  _ erhouse which is behind lodced and guar-  dEd gates not generally, open, to the public. They were given a half-hour slide  show depicting -the construction of the  dam and a luncheon', courtesy of Premier  - W.-A. C. Bennett.  They continued on to Fort St. John,  the oil capital of B.C. and the most northerly point of their trip. Turning south  on the Alaska Highway, they drove to  Dawson-Creek and'through Pouce Coupe  tb_ Grand Prairie, Alberta. Stopped for  Lunch was at Valleyview where not only  the bus but all the passengers*- got well  "gummed -up with gumbo mud and by the  time they got into the dining room, the  floor there was no better than the road  outside.  ���They toured Edmonton and continued  to "the Alberta Game Farm which they  recommend as well worth seeing. They  spent the night* at the Overlander Lodge  at the entrance to Jasper Park and then  -visited, the Columbia. Ice Fields.  Travailing by. the new Yellowhead  rdiit'e, they visited Valemont' between the  Rockies and Caribou Mountains, by Mt.  RoDson, Blue River, Avola and so to  Kamloops' Their, return journey was by  ��� way-of Nicola Lake, Merritt and Manning  . Park.  The' trip; they say, was packed with  nine days of scenic splendour and accommodation was exceedingly good at every  ���overnight stop, but they hit several bad  sections'of road. The Barkerville Road is  - being-re-cortfitructed and the .detours and  cut-offs were very tricky���at any rate for  the big .S.M.T, bus in, which they were  . travelling. The Xellow headi route by ��� no  means  finished.  Many   bridges  are  still  . b^ih-g, put in,  .necessitating' j9   detours,  most of which cross narrow plank bridges over the Fraser River.  POOR ROADS  Two other travellers recently , returning from a trip, arid complaining' about  road conditions are Mr7 and-Mrs. Ralph  Lyhds "who-set'off for ,Sqvarnl^',,aHehdV  ^ng to drive to Lillooet and home by another route!,  At Anderson Lake,, deterred by the  state of the roads, they turned back honie  by the way they' had come, ' y  They  visited  )Vhiistler Mountain,  the  Happening  With a' PorfrMellon grpupibeaHing out  s-dme. fedl -hot- rli^_3_rn,, fisliing-'toaat-s  ���moanng for Suai'dEay. s Salmon Derby,  the Kiwanij. sending forth appetizing  aroma- of,'bacon, pancakes and'hot  coifee ';aM. a. regular splash as.sfeme  unfortunate was .dunked inline Lions  water lank loaned to raise funds .ior *  :ffie Recreiation Centre, the feeling-of  goodwHLwaS'SO overpowering at -Gibsons wharf'on- Saturday ���eyenmg.'Uhat  Liberal candidate' Bert \Forrest invited JSocredMackenzie rMinginieum-'*  bent Hon. Isaibel Dawson to jom^him  an the "Provincial,Scramble'",���It's  the* latest!'     - '       * ;~~"  proposed site for the winter Olympics,  Pemberton and_ Birkenhead.- They- explored several lalj-es off-the beaten track  and at D'Arcy^and Alice Lake'they-camped, while Mr." UyndS" fished." for 'cutthroat and Mrs. Lynds indulged in her  favourite - hobby- of painting. * They went  up Blacktuft Mountain which-they fouhd  to be a-very popular hiking��district: They  enjoyed the trip but were bothered  throughout by mosquitos.  VISITORS  Busy hostesses- recently have been  Mrs. Harvey who has had visitors from  Pennsylvania, New York City and California, and Mrs. Morris Roels whose guests  have been her mother, Mrs. Nancy Barley of "Vancouver, Mrs. Ella MacDonald  ' of Glasgow, Mrs. Mamie Blackwell ��� and  Mrs. Barbara,Parker with daughter Laura  all of Vancouver.  At the Jack Hall home have been-their  daughter, Marguerite with husband Jim  Mackenzie, and -daughter Gwymeth of  Kiince.George.. ���      - - -  BETHiL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID fi, TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School���10:00 a an.  '    Church Service ��� -1 l.il'5 a.m.  PHONE 885-9665  M Welcome  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S - SECHELT  -9-3.0 om.���Every..Sundoy  ���CHURCH. OF HIS PRESENCE - REDROOFFS  11 a.m. (July 13, 27, August' 1-0,>24  SAI NT, MARY'S.-' GARDEN BAY  31.30 am July 6, August 3      ,  7:30 p.m. July 20, August 17  Phono 8B5-9673 or 885-9440  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undisridmlnotional)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S.CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  .vr-j.rUJ��<r',<>**J,-i*'*���'*��"^ *'fri>i*|X������-'*-'^��->^i>^*.��:'"*-*r'fl^ -W**1'' 'U.,/r'.:lTflS'?-'.  in   a  "The  The most famous prefabricated building  in the world it the Eiffel Tower,  Assembled in  1BB9 . .,.  *   ,     *       - *,,  The open floor plon is losing popularity.  Today's w��->man  has piven  up togetherness* ���ln.ttwof.af. a seaarote dining room  and'master bedroom wing.  ir     ��� "k~'   ir   Dathroom  fixtures   installed   In   F.D.R/s  Hyde  Park  homo for the' British  Royol  Couple's    1939   visit,  wound    up.  plumber's  window  with  the  sign:  King of England sat here."  ���*���      *      -A*  In tomorrow's, house swivel i chain will be  unnecessary. The floor will swivel instead.  ��� * *  Past-war British eardem apartments were  1 built without central heating���Just lire-  places. - But  town  laws prohibit building  fires ih them, so on electric fire or boater  is used.  ' * '* *  We  can show   ypu   bouses   In, all   price  ranges that will lift your spirits. Why not  visit  ���'YY*-*/ ���-. '}|  ..^ti.l.% I1'*' '  ��� y*Vsf*v  i.)  , SECHB.T ASEWCBES UA��E, PAH>'  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT'AGENCIES  LTp. Phono Peninsula Times direct for free listings, spetlfj.lng "Date  Pad". Plfcase note-.hot space Is limited and some advance dates may  have ta wait.their.turn; also,that.this is a "remlndei.' llstlng.only and  cannot always* carry full di-taill "       ���   '  ��J-'��HMli��iJjUllMRMIHlBIIM_lMi_m  Aug. 27���Provincial1 Election Polling Day. Remember to'vottr;  Aug;  3d���5  pm\.   Deadline  lor  filing  application- to   be* Included: on  , School (Bi-t.lc.ti Voter's List. Resident and lenant electors eligible.  S?pt. 3���.p.p.rrl. Gilr-an. Rod & Gun Club lira fall mooting.  Sept, 8���8 p.in. Legion Hall Secheit, Branch HO LA", regular meeting.  Sept.  8���7 pjm. Mr.. Lamb's residence Seche.lt. Pot  Luck Sujsper and  meeting, of Sunshine Coast Chapter Reordered Nurses Assn.  Sept. 16���-8'p.m, Gil.r.on. Unlled Church Hall. Rugl_.iro.lon of Brownies,  Guides and  Rapger.,  Parents only  required lo attend,  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multipla listing Servica  Vancauvrr Rani Estata.  BaardL  REAL ESTATE  IMSURANCfS*'  Witb rigging of a fish-packer moored  at Gibsons wharf as a backdrop. Port  Mellon lads with rhythm in Hheir  -hearts, Alvin Gokool, Lloyd Shenman,  New Group  Dave Davdes and Gordy Booth found ited rhythm last Saturday-evening  they had as many adult dancers as during -Gibsons * Sea Cavalcade cele-  teenagers when they beat out a spir- bration.  PETER SMITH  885-9463  AT  SECHRTJGEHCIESLID.  AGENCIES- LTO.  24 HOURS Gibsons 036-701S  , ^���y---**-*^**'"''.-^ ^v t*mm#m_^mgsp ,*5>��^gS����  ����it/tt��A  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  -  -   - R.R.-1, Secheit/ B.C..   -  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts at cutsy coiffs and colour  Custom-Perms Phone  886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBJN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabricS-  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND-MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender. Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANS1DE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin. Beodi Ave.. Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer-for Duncan's Ceramic products .  Pine HA. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sole  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664; R.R. 1# Gibsons, B.C.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  '   in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons        886-2^22  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  P^hone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  - Rea. 886-9949    '  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653, Seaview -. Phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Secheit, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phone 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Park, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  \       ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477  McCullough Chain Saws  Sales, Service,  Repairs        ^  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway   8B6-9662   CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTER-OR & EXTERIOR  Free JEstimales  Phone 885-2375 after 5 p.m.  He��. - 593# Sedbc.!*, E.G.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday   886-2248   HOWE SOUND 51015c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.       -;'���-���-; GIBSONS^-���-;-���.  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years io pay ���  Complete Tine of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six ;days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  . Secheit, B.C.   '  , PERMANENT- WAVES ��� :*nNTS- Y ''J  HAIR CUT��� STYL1MG��� SHAPING'  :  9 a.m. to S P-w. Tucsdoy-Soturdby  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ' ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING������86-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME 8> WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C - 885-9466  C & 5 SALES  SECHELT. B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono 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  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  BOB LEE  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy. Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phone 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Creek, B.C.  TREES, - SHRUBS - PLANTS  LANDSCAPING  Phone 886-2684  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Scchclt, B.C.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sofhctt to Pcndet Horbour   ���  Phone 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B.C.  L. CLAYTON  WELDING & MARINE  i      Arc and Aretylwie Welding  Moc+w* Shop* ���- St#e". .F-elwtwstwFg -  Complete line ol nuH and bolts.  MARINE WAYS  Avk (or Lorry  Phone 883-2535 - Madeira Pork, B.C.  R. J. DURLING  B.C.  Land. Surveyor  4726 Marine Avenue  Powell  River,  B.C.  TcL .11.2-4ES-2404..  M  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  V     Reupholstering - Restyling*  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  , Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  ������-1 : *  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towina  L. H1GGS  Phone 885-9425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When -Ypin Need Building, Supplies  tyy-, 7. .���/(Sive.-Us.'-A.-.CcilL. Y,:Y.".Y7  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone.885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ������ ELECTRIC HEAT  V     Phone 885-2062  in ' ��� ....   . ' ... , ...  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors.  arine Building - Porpoise Bay  Secheit, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing -  Pipe-fitting  Steamfitting, - Hot Water Heating ...  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Slock and Made ta Measure  Headquarters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  CurrJe - Pionoer Clothes  JEWELRY - TiMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Scchclt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  General  Freight.   Low-bed  ond  heavy   hauling,  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all mokes  Tel: 886-7411  or 886-2891  ECHELT  GARDEN  'hop  a complete selection  for all your garden ond patio needs.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  STTAftftP  Commercial Printing  he Times  w��*  , t* \*  (.  >i~    'H "�� Jt   Jj  y %  - ��i j* f * - ���^'v*-**''"**?^^ '^."n^t.^^-i,ii*f-t+**f-jvjv^. ntf^*T***v*'*1"**'t1?'*'r'r'J'j5^-*"**t"-*'"****���,****n**���*.*��� ��,---v..>-.ij����<.i-'.-,*-j'V. ~*..->���-���>   .v^.^,.^   ��� ���  6^  *7*i "j*'.  ...     F*   *F*  .-,���<������. ���*!�����.,   [J-   o..    /-s-, ,,y*-,\^;y tv,',] ;y -, y y*y y.  ^-iL^-***-*^^ *J'*>W'*i_>^i-*^^ -J"  , ^ ^ A* ��&"-{* '  j'oge.A'^ The Peninsula Timea      Wednesday. August 27,1969 .  v    -1 F #  **/ mqy br wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to jail to say what t believe to be right."  i . ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeijeh. Editor ��� Stewart B. Aisgard. Publisher  Imtoipf ��F��m<33<�� ItatoleF^M��  TODAY we appear to be surrounded by  protesters in one guise or another,  some fall under that age old category  "rabble raisers,"' some are genuinely concerned residents who seek to right what  they consider to be a wrong, others are  professional trouble makers representing  leftist movements and, of course, we  \ have those who have nothing better to  do than expend their energies upon for-  '.Elation of small and insignificant groups  of do-gooders.  Unfortunately, small and insignificant  though they might be, many of these  small groups create a great deal extra  ���work and inconvenience by constant  harassment of official bodies. Councils,  regional boards and school boards all  fall victim, in due course, to the ravages  of insufferable interference by those who  y_ choose to don the "holier than thou'V  cloak. Result being our elected repre^  sentatives are forced to devote far too  much time dealing with pressures put  upon them while important issues fall by  the wayside. (  Local administrations are not dictatorships, neither are they above occasion-  .al criticism, for the human element is  such that we all make mistakes at some  time or other. This, however, does hot  open the door to perpetual bombast or  insolent attempts to dictate personal  \ schemes to elected representatives.  V Most aMermen^ .trustees and regional  directors are prepared to discuss and  give fair consideration to reasonable suggestions or complaints but having carefully reached a decision after due consideration, then tbe matter ends. Should  the decision pirpve to be an unpopular  one; then next order of recourse falls due  at the polls.  That any individual or group should  'carry on a personal vendetta against any  public body without extremely good  cause is unmitigated gall for it might be  borne in mind these people who shoulder  the burden of public affairs volunteer  their services. In many cases the weight  of duty becomes excessive and there is  no reason why they should have to cany,  the additional load of righteous interference.  For some obscure reason, greatest  sufferers of this abominable campaign  are the school trustees, and it is to their  credit that they have made clear the  fact they will not bow to domineering  factions.  It would be interesting to know the  attitude of companies such as Canadian  Forest Products should it encounter such  intolerable harassment, from '(Outsiders  who consider themselves better qualified  to operate the company or select a board  of directors. It is very doubtful if Regional Board Directors or Village Aldermen would appreciate being victims of  similar tactics either.  We carry no particular torch for the  Trustees and certainly have never hesitated to speak outyvheh it was felt necessary. We have not always been right  and on the occasions when the Board  has erred, it has usually .seen'fit to remedy the situation, Certainly the present  Board waves no magic want but the  Trustees, vrebdieve, are working diligently to establish! the best educational  system possible in the area. They have  a thankless job and we are extremely  lucky to have the'.-services of professional  people on the Board.' Any one of them  would be perfectly justified in resigning  at a m6mfent*s. notice; for the pressures  put upon them from the day they accepted office, is lamentable.  gneatli fit�� ew*ly !����]k��  THAT segment of society which, one is  often surprised to learn, belongs to  the male species and chooses to parade  beneath long hair, attired with pretty  beads, has a great dislike for we of the  so called "establishment." Because they  realize it bugs us they feel they have to  do their thing?  This is the explanation given some  parents by such characters. It must however, be made clear, these are not those  , generally referred to as hippies, they are  merely the element who for a variety of  strange reasons carry a big chip on their  shoulders. In some cases they possibly  have good reason, in others it is difficult  to comprehend.  One thing is certain, they might well  bug their elders but any material dam-  , age falls upon themselves, for when the  time comes that they have to make their  own way in life it soon becomes evident  their mixed up philosophy carries little  or no weight.  An illustration of this fact was published in the June 19 issue of the Nee-,  pawa Press on behalf of the Manpower  \    Centre  and  we   consider  it  worthy  of  |    reprint:  ;, Dear Kid:   Today you asked me for  j ll a job.  From the look of your shoulders  \rSs4'r_ui walked out I suspect you've been  turned down before, and maybe you be-  *  Jiejve that kids out of high school can't  find work.  But, 1 hired' a teen-ager today. You  saw him. He was the one with polished  shoes and a necktie. What was so special about him? No experience���neither  of you had any. It was his attitude that  pui him on the payroll instead of you.  Attitude, son. Attitude, He wanted that  job bad enough to shuck the leather jac  ket, get a haircut, and look in the phone  book to .find out what this company  makes. He did his best to impress me.  Thafs where he edged you out  You see, Kid, people who hire people aren't with a lot of things. We know  more about Bing than TJRingo, and we  have some stone-age ideas about who  owes whom a living. Maybe that makes  us prehistoric, but there's nothing wrong  wkh the cheques we sign, and if you  want one, you'd better tune to our  wave-length. v''  Ever hear of "empathy"? It's the  trick of seeing the other fellow's side of  things. I couldn't have cared less that  you are behind in your car payment.  That's your problem. What I needed was  someone who would go out in the plant,  keep his eyes open, and work for me  as he'd work for himself. If you have  the vaguest idea of what I'm trying lo say,  let it show the next time you ask for a  job. You will be head and shoulders  over the rest.  Look, Kid! The only time jobs grew  on trees was while most of the manpower was wearing uniforms. For all the rest  of history you've had to get a job lik^  you get a girl. "Case" the situation, wear  a clean shirt, and try to appear reasonably willing. Maybe jobs are not as  plentiful right now, but a lot of us can  remember when master craftsmen walked the streets. By comparison, you don't  know the meaning of "scarce."  You may not believe it, but all around  you employers are looking for young  men,smart enough to go after a job the  old-fashioned way. Wh_-n they find one,  they can't wait to unload some of their  worries on him. For both our sakes, gel  eager, will you?  ^��������������������i_i _���_���__*,_���_��_������ _____________________ _______���____���_���_���_���_���___________.__._,__.__.__.__.__.__.__.__.__.__���__.__������n|���in^riarmrtiTianrtnrinM-irTu*^  ON SEPTEMBER 2nd  IVY FIEDLER and LOIS MacLEAN  WILL TAKE OVER  LIL/\'S SALON - SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  PHONE 886-2980  Come in and meet  the New Owners.  Readers Right  Poor thinking  Editor, The Times,  Sir���In, driving around Powell Hiver  these past* few days I have seen a .gne^t  number of political campaign signs. I >  have also observed .something else, many  of the Social Credit signs have been torn  down, in some eases 1 notice they have  Ibeen replaced several times, only to be  torn down again. I became interested  enough to watch more carefully, as far as  I have been able to see the Social Credit  signs are the only ones being demolished.  I .therefore, assume it is not the work of  children, but of people who have an interest in the political campaign going -on,  and who are using this immature and  childish way to defeat the government  How ridiculous! This foolish by-play has  only strengthened my determination to  vote for the Social Credit Party. If this  is a sample of the thinking of the opposition, (and I choose to believe it is), then  they are showing themselves to be negative, destructive and infantile in their approach to the people. I would much rather vote for a "Builder-upper," than a  "tearer-downer."  How about you?  MARCEL GUERET.  ! PROMISE  NOTTQMf  WITH MATCHES  Garbage On Mill Rale Called Inequitable.  \  HELP PREVENT f OBEST fflBffO  Two per-cent increase . . .  OTTAWA ��� Increases  in  the Old Age  Security Pension and the Guaranteed  Income Supplement in 1980 'were announced today by Health and Welfare  TMinister John Munro.  Mr. Munro and Revenue Minister J.  P. Cote also jointly announced similar  increases in Canada Pension Plan retirement pensions, survivor's benefits and  contributions effective next year.  Cheques issued in January will reflect  these increases.  This action will follow a two per cent  increase in the Pension Index, the maximum allowed by legislation, from 113.7  for 1969 to 116.0 for 1970. The Pension  Index reflects increases in the Consumer  Price Index which, beginning in January,  1969, was converted to a 1961 time base  from the previous 1949 time base.  .The maximum monthly amount of the'  combined Old Age Security pension and  Guaranteed Income Supplement in 1970  ��� will be $111.41, up from $109-20, The OAS  pension will rise from $78 to $79.58 mon- ,  thly. More than .1,600,000 Canadians will  benefit, including those whose pensions  will begin in January where the eligible  age will drop to 65 years. In addition,  780,000 Old Age Security pensioners will  benefit from an increase in the Guaranteed Income Supplement. The maximum  monthly GIS payment ' will rise from  $300 to the 1970 rate of $31.83.  Mr. Cote caid maximum annual pensionable earnings under the Canada Pension Plan will reach $5,300 in 1970, up  from the 1969 figure of $5,200. He also  pointed out maximum yearly contribu.  tions by employers and employees will  rise to a new figure of $84.60 each. The  1969 rate was $82.80. Tor self-employee'  persons, the new maximum will ll  $169.20. It was $165.60 this year.  Mr. Munro said all retirement pensions under the Canada Pension Plan in  payment in December, 1969, will be increased by two iper .cent in 1970. With the  increase m the yeiarV maximum pensionable earnings.. retirement pensions which  become payable for the first time in 1970  will, be slightly higher than those,in 1969.  On the basis of the new ceiling of $5,300,  the maximum rate of full retirement pensions, first payable in 1976, will rise to  $110.42 monthly from the present $108.33.  In January. 1970, survivor's benefits  in payment in December, 1969, will .increase by two ��� per eent, Orphan's benefits and the flat-rate components of pensions to widows and disabled widowers,  will increase from $26.01 to $26.53 a  month. By the "end of 1969, Mr. Munro  estimated, more than 140,000 Canadians  would* be receiving monthly retirement  pensions and survivor's benefits under  the Canada Pension Plan.  The maximum death benefit payable  xoider the Plan", for deaths in 1970, will  be $530.  Information regarding benefits and  contributions in the province of Quebec  Will be announced today by the Quebec  Pension Plan and the provincial revenue  department. '  y*��BM��iy^^  \  SATURDAY DELIVERIES  GRAVEL *  EXCAVATING  DITCHING * BACKHOES  Box 172  ?__'_��W^^  Secheit  MMM^  Times   AdBriefs'  will sell - buy - rent  trade!  'y^wiM3��mi^^  ,_____-__���__���__.__.__.__���- __���_____-���__.___,_____.,_. _���__.__���__.__.__._.__.__.___.__��� r 1 nn_1_1|__||ninnnnmnnnnwn|nff)n_^^  |r _���____���__���__���__.__.__.___���  5  WFmFFFFFFFFTFFFF,  ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING SYLLABUS  W\ GOftDOi  Charter Member of C.D.T.A, - 8.C. imi��clt  >**3  1  I  s  TODD'S  DftYGOODS  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  WEAR  LADIES' SPORTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Secheit, B.C.  CLASSES ON THURSDAY COMMENCING SEPT. 4  lit  St. Bartholomew's Church Hall - Gibsons, BX.  REGISTRATION AND  INFORMATION \  MRS  CONNOR or MRS. MocKAY  .     E&6-2I7B  . ae.-S.74S4  kU��f��aUiimmUmmmUU^  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  ot  PnSIM DRIVE-IN  ON HIGHWAY 101 ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  NEVENS TELEVISION  d ftADIO  STEREO - B & W ond COLOR T.V.  Fully Equipped for Color T.Y.  Dealers for  ZENITH - PHILIPS - RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phone S86-3-28Q  GIBSONS, i.C.  ���^P^MMVkaBiidii^^^  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  SEAFOOD CASSEROLE SUPREME  % tucii.p6orvs.alt  I-1)- cups milk  Vj pint (1 ���'._ cups) light cream  2 tablespoons sherry (optional)  t cup crushed crl:.p rice cereal  2 tablespoons butter, melted  % pound fresh shrimp  % pound fresh crab  1 can (3-.* oi.) salman  1/3 cup buttur '  2 cups sliced fresh mushrooms  M cup finely-chopped onion  J/3 cup Hour , i  Preheat oven to,375 deg, F. Melt butter In lorge saucepan. Add mushrooms pnd  onion and fry gently until ju*,t tender, Blend in flour and .alt, Remove from heat and  Qroduolly stir in mitk ond cream, Cook over medium heat, stirring conMantly, until  smoothly thlc'krmed. Stir In Uiiimp,' crab, .alrnon (drained arid flaked), and ^horry,  if being uued. Turn into a 2-quart cav..i.rolc, Combine crushed cereal and melted butter.  Sprinkle over top of cav..erok\ Bake lr�� preheated oven until topping lu cn.p and  golden, about 30 minute... Serve. 8.  1 SHRIMP SOUFFLE  2 pounds !.hrlmpmeat, Mutced lightly In 2 cups salad dressing of mayonnaise  butter 2 cups milk  S slices breod, cubed Salt and pepper ta taste  12 hard cooked eggs, grated  Prepare a baking dit.h with butteir or oil, Place a layer of bread cubes; ��hrimp-  mcat and grated egg, Repeat layers, ending with egg. Thoroughly mi* mayonnaise and  milk Add to casserole. Bake at 3S0 deg. 17 for 40 minute*-. Serves ,12.  Other varieties of fish may be substituted for shrimp ^uch as cod, kippered fish;  canned salmon or tuna.  OlABMEAT QUICHE  l-'/i cups crobmeat, fresh or canned  1 .oMrspoon chopped crtcry  1 tablespoon chopped onion  2 tablespoons finely chopped porsely  2 tablespoons sherry ,  Pastry far one-crust nine .inch pie  A eggs, lightly beaten  2 cups cream, or 1 cup each milk ond  cream  ''���4  teatpoan nutmeg  *��. teaspoon salt  'j teaspoon white pepprr  Pick Over the crobmeat to remove hits of i.hell and cartilage. Combine the crab-  meat, celery, onion, parsley and sherry and refrigerate one hour, Preheat oven to hot  (450 deg. F.), Line a nine-Inch pie plate with pastry ond bake tlve minutes Sprinkle the  invide ot tho portly baked f>a*��try shell with iho crobmeat miMurr, Combine the egg.,  cream, nutmeg, salt and pefper and strain over the mixture In ih��* j-.if. i,hfll, (_oke  fifteen minutes, reduce the oven temperature to moderate (3S0 deg, F.) and ba.e  until a knife Inwrtnd one inch from the pastry edor* crimes out clrran, about fen rnunl'ti  longer. St'fve Imrrtediafe.y'os nn hois d\n'a\H' ot mom course,  AttdBfe  sagaa^gsaag^w  mmmmissi&mmimtimH^mmim  mum bros.  Furnishings and!  AppSSanc��s  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio,  Phone 885-2058 - Sochclt, B.C.  <  i  Peninsula Ptimblni  Ltd.  HEATING '& SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sberwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers aro\  found at .  .  .  ,   HEiEWE'S .  FMHB0N SfMdPPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducti.  work  and oil 1onk!  in your home.  Call   Bud   Kiewitz   your   Shell   Oil  Distributor  686-2133, Gibsons, i.C.  i  i  98SSB  asasBae^sss  V��bwEg313KSBS ���      ' \^       *��� I       ���   t J ��     '  v'   .'.^V  ' , ���*  S**a Cavalcade parade and ail the well   pumpl&i, v01d K_iig Cole, Miss TVEzf-   dren throughout the .ages..  ;  loved characters in nursery rhymes-.  tor the pancakes which go -toward   than/usual'for apart -from the night   coola. ��i*#rn4e_H; are; Ray Cbamberlin,  ,   5   making the Kiwanis "annual Pancake   preceding Ike Sun Fish-Derby, it was    Dave Hopkan and Danny Wheeler.  n  Pipe Bant^;                                         , .^c ;,.  . Tartan cloaks catching the breeze,    played for Mrs. Dianne Laird's Scot- * Y^YY  - Royal Canadian Legion Pipe Band led   tish dancers at Dougal Park. . * _?  the. Sea Cavalcade Parade and later    ..  Retiring Queen  1988 July 1st Queen Lee Wiren. may  well be the last person to hold this  office as she rides in her beautifully  decorated gleaming gold and silver  car in the first Gibsons Sea Caval-  cade parade. On Saturday evening  Lee crowned the first Sea Cavalcade  Queen, the last duty of her long year  of office.  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday. August 27, 1969  I  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIHOPHACTOR  , Post Office Building Secheit  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APP01NTM6NT  introduction  Young foal Jim Dandy thrills to the Seautiful horses of Thjiber Trail rid-  ex<&J��memt of his first parade under ers added to interest of, Saturday^  IheS^atchful eye of his mother Shy-   parade.  rnifi&fis     -a*n__     mirnor     Tli_KV_i��_     C._-��_\+,i__ >+���  raha$e  and  owner  Debbie  Sicotte  ��� ���>-��   i     i *"''*��      *���" -     ���*_->  sv * r     w  ]A   .    Jj'V*    * jf .       >'    '.���lli'it   '< <     *"I\\J '  i At v, <.ii V,**' ''������ *��� - fY      ,'    \f , v  ' lip* **'tF*'y    ,     ____.<���[ \i '   * y-  %y^W  ���<  :m7:\itxt v:  i 'A* jLTwfili / tv  ��\ VA*"��s_Jii-  UM,fti*4,.i'iwtfwii#twiiWi  Mother Goose  Proof the Dougal Park children's ev^r held was evident in the parade  playground under supervision of when Mother Goose characters came  Elaine Mackenzie and Angela WiilBis to ���life. Pictured are Heather Reid,  has been one of the most successful    BOnnie Mclieffey and .Colleen Hoops.  ^^MWtM.MMMMnHMilwivii1. "W lipm I   I "Mil ...wi   iff'i ..i �� ik (i *"i|��^.l. 'WHWWWOT Wf ll^}f]m��qm^*wrwm,��,mM,Hm3IQ*^t wi-��-nvm  ' ' <1"'- ' .��      .1 I      ,   f,.<|l\*. I . 'It       <*       M A    "I   *"  ,.;.  *!  Coffee Please  In charge of coffee at the Kiwanis  Pancake Supper ��taM during last Saturday's portion of the Gibsons ithree-  day Sea Cavalcade was Dave Johnston seen doing the honors for 7 a  happy customer. .  Tickets now available  for Greene Court draw  THERE is .still time to gift raffle ticketls  on the beautiful needlepoint picture  displayed jn the window'of F-arlcer's Hardware., Seehcilt. There are other,'attractive  prizes and proceeds wilJ^ be used for the  !   comfort and  welfare of .the tresidents at  Gtrcene   Court',   SecheK's   senior   dti-jens'  j   liomes.    ,  For the coinvtinJen^H. of friends outside  Sechel!, dickrtb are now available from  Mrs. I. Brown, Grantham's Landing; Mrs..  Irvru: 'G'jvfia, Glbiiotw, Mrs. Pufazr JCdniiMitvils,  Roberts Cm*, Mr?. Ik-n Firtl), West, Se-'  cliell and. .Mrs. E. P, Splcher, Madeira  I\irk. '   ' ,.-..  .  , "*'    '    *'    ' " ,'���'   ' 7  Draw for the winners'will be in Sop-  temibft*, Wie exiKi date to be announced  ���shortly.  r  "   '- ���_, *.   r.     �����**  *,, 'Ft, *- %<;-  '���"\> itjeSvi >*   '  . ��'J.-\   ���_.';- I*.  r.^/t*.;* -,i_**.'v_r.*.  C0A5T  "*rr<-^,'iA"',-,_j*.'��'--* ���     .���-***       * tvw?*  ��� '..^ >?--01 *s_ ����� *-*������..       ���     ;-c   -      *   **!  ��� ->>>w^��^^*��*Y^*** -   ���'      '    ..-Wi  .. 1 i->*&i--vS*-'*-& j**,* i, n.^'' / "*7! r:  /i��^m,pyw fe'.7'i  1 1. *  if'ff'Yii&'iiWIi'  ��� ^ *i,.  -y ���,_ ;\ * &;y;i.~;;j#y'-*&>'  <f        __r   *_. "**^ "   *"�����li-S���* *** ^�� ���-*������ �� < ���  ��.___._** ' **^ p  i  1  L  King Nephino  Htro he is���Mr. Sea Cavalcade himself, straight from iiw depths of Georgia Straps to answer the call of GiH>-  ���sons first Stvi Cavalcade. Beneath  the kelp, golden crown and while  beard is Freddy Verhulst.  "7  SKUELT THEATRE  ���PRESENTS���  ^mm0m1^m0m��mmWmWimi>Vm  For Rent  Cute little trailer for rent in Gibsons    Lineker and Norma Skogmo did all  ,&ea Carvakadei. parade was. exfH. rtty    the footv.W)r_. ���  tow��i hy-.BTmA.lJuxker - vi/hMo harry,.         ��� ... - ���  ���..���,:.-;...-���.  ecliett Igenciei Ltd.  Announces   It   Is   Now  Operating  The  Insurance  Business Of  AL A. LLOYD  We  Will   Be   Pleased   To  Discus  Your Insurance Problems With You,  Phone S85-2235  Writ�� or coll in to out  Secheit ..Office.  /  Endless Summer  Surfing Documentary-  Technicolor  Fri., Sot., Mon.,  August 29, 30 ond Sept. 1  CARTOON and DOUBLE  Out 10:00 p.m.  A  MB  Make the campus scene in casual  shoes from our wide selcctimh We  * have the exciting hlgh4ongm^  brassy-trimmed,  chunky-heeled  styles.  i j*  re  PH PftE 8SS-SSS.3  HS fj\:/ULJVbU\A  FfQR QUALITY SHOES  SECHELT^ B.�����  X  W ���* ���* �����      #  .   ���# m. T-mtf    ����� iwt _���  ���.'_.���/_ , ���._���*���    -". * t  > p.  ��� *���*;��-��-��U  ^e,tf jA. * f  '^S^aVCi ^J^^Wa^^^'^t^r- *r"^^p^x^^t*y^fT<~?^  ' Vr'      *****      '    ���   '   ^   >J    .  *     ^. ��� > _    I     *-**-    -J "-v     .      .  -y.   ,       _,     _>��� <-  L.       -  Vl -     -i*4  7ft, -��� * *#*   .     ���. ��   / ,    - n     ���* *���<      ^   *    #.     1      ������ ' ���' - *���        Tf.   *,      '    r    '       ' ' *'"���'    i   /js    ^ ' " ^        "**!___.  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. August 27,1969   ,  fAORE about ..."  '�� Secheit council notes  ���from paBo A-1  records were being kept, consequently  when the generator broke down recently,  no one knew anything about the History  of the equipment or even where it was  purchased.  - Regarding lease of property'at the Airport, Aid. Thompson stated that two persons were interested in obtaining square  footage and Dept. of Transport had suggested a fee of'2c per square foot per  year.  Council agreed to pay out half of the  budgeted $1,000 for airport maintenance  tins year.  GARBAGE BY-LAW  Garbage By-law No. 91 was adopted  after an amendment to section 11 which  now states that two cans will be collected  once a week from private dwellings.  DONATION  Letter from Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 140 suggested that Council may  wish to purchase a wreath and have the  Mayor participate in Armistice Day service at the Cenotaph. After some discussion  it was decided that Council donate $10 <to  the Branch 140 Poppy Fund.  Mayor Bill Swain commented that organizations   take  advantage  of Council.  _^ "It is not up to us to donate funds for  ~~ people," he said.  PROGRESS  Letter to Council from Secheit Waterworks stated that mains in the Trail Bay  area have now been repaired.  Aid. ^Thompson reported that the recreation building in Hackett Park has been  repaired.  Aid. Harold Nelson reported that double flush-coating of village roads is now  completed.  Council is still investigating beautifica-  tion of main street and seems to favor  planting trees. Enquiries will be made  with Dept. cf Highways regarding purchase of cement collars to allow a depth  of loam at tree roots.  ZONING  Council members are studying the proposed Sunshine Coast Regional District  Zoning By-law which is quite lengthy and  Aid. "Watson suggested that it be discussed  section by section at a series cf meetings.  One full meeting will then determine consensus of opinion. The original village  zoning by-law is 15 years old and although  it has been amended, Aid. Watson feels  that the new by-law should be studied.  kt^Y' *#"-W'\{��y y yc* 'y-y y -  *__sp^_r liwsii .Xrf^a*_.<i��t.>��s��;v^��j��__ ... _  is pleased to announce her return  to the  GiiSOlM GIRL BEAUTY SMOi^  AT GIBSONS  fuesdby, Aygusf 26fh  "Will SEE YOU GIRIS"  Telephone S8S-2120  MqMMMIB.  An aura of faint perfume  surrounds  the glamorized.  THE TINUE!  Secheit���885-9654  Visit by Premier W. A. C. Bennett to  the Sunshine Coast was promised the  Secheit Chamber of Commerce a year  or so ago and was fulfilled last Thursday, August 21.  He is pictured out-  ���  MORE ABOUT . . .  o Gibsons council notes  ���from page A-l  precedent. There is a'possibility Council  will redeck the area eventually -for parking or other uses.  It was agreed -the - application be'rejected: s " .       Y  WATER REQUEST.   <  Request for a water hook-up to a property on the Sunshine Coast Highway .outside the villjage came 'up for second .discussion and -was again tabled for further  information. ' \  Application came'from Mr. W. Y. Higgs  who failed, to clarify' use to which-the  property is to be put  Mr. Johnston said he had discussed the  situation with the applicant but he did not1  seem to know just what he himself had in  mind. ALd. Crosby said he understands  Mr. Higgs is subdividing a fairiy substantial property- *  WHARFINGER        _ , -  .  "Search for a Wharfinger has resulted  in four applicants all of whom are -well  qualified for the position,'. reported (Aid.  Dixon. He said this left him, in a difficult  position as to whom tot choose, however,  he did favor Mrl Slim thorbwm.-  ." CounciL moved Mr, Thorburn be appointed but left remuneration open-to fur-  4her discussion. A trial period'.wjls ajso  recommended..     - _    .    - - ,  . Mayor Peterson drew attention to "the,  ���fact that boat owners will have tb-get  used to the :fact they. will have ^ to-' pay  moorage fees.   "They do get water and  . other facilitifts,-  Premier Visits Secheit  side the Seehelt Municipal Hall after Doug Wheeler, Premier Bennett, Hon.  signing the visitors book. From left: Isabel Dawson, Mayor Bill Swain and  Chamber member and Times EdCtor,    Chamber President Eric Hensch.  r��  v*     -/  .-   . 7 / - ,  ��� __ W !_.  i'/lVVi  i*'  t  / mn_ ��f>.  '    ..  ���f  >       _   "  j>     ^ 4.    .*> , *  ���*��  .. **     "* +  -t��  /  YOUR AUTHORIZED  MERCURY DEALER  Exalte arrangemente now  for Winter Storage.  Limited Space.  TIDES FOR THE��  MECHANICS SPECIAL  POWER &���%&  HEADS W��g_$    to  NEED PARTS?  AUGUST 27th to SEPT. 2nd  27 1207 om    9.2  W. 0514 am 13.8  1207 pm    1.5  0714 pm 14.9  30 0217 am    5.7  Sa. 0819 am 13.2  0212 pm    5.6  0834 pm 14.7  28 1247 am    8.0  Th. 0614 om 13.7  1252 ppi    2.5  0739 pm 14.9  31 0302 am   4.9  Su. 0919 om 12.8  0257 pm    7.3  0859 pm 14.3  29 0132 om    6.9  ft. 0714 om 13.5  0132 pm    4.0  0804 pm 14.9  1    0347 am J4.3  M_ 1024 am 12.6  0337 pm    8.9  0924 pm 13.9  2    0437 am    4.1  A        Tu. 1154 am 12.6        A  M              0427 pm 10.2       M  0944 pm 13.3  Cowrie Street; Secheit  Phone 885-9626  Distinguished Visitor  Premier W. A. C. Bennett took a few book at the Secheit Municipal .Hall.  minutes out during his visit to the MLA Hon. Isabel Dawson and Mayor  Sunshine Coast to sign the visitors    Bill Swain look on.  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  I  \ :  ���W, JU*.. _4 J AL I !���������_ .1 it. .* *.ii. .I',.   " *-.^ 9 W!'fc>.tU<f.W. WWfl^^ XWWi^gy%^!TttKXm:  -W_...L"MJl,_.^^.T_K.*��tf^^  ��  o  CALL AT OUR SECHELT OFFICE  AND VIEW ANY LOCATION ON OUR  50 FOOT DETAILED WALL MAP.  o  24 roiJfit FH@Mi SIH��ieE -- 8S6-J@15  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  FOR A COMPLETE SELECTION.  SELMA PARK���  Cheop'   Cheap!   Lot.  885-9461.  No    1267  Full   price   $1,995.00  only.   Call:   Bob   Kent  DAVIS BAY���    No. 1234  Lorge  view   lot   close   to   sandy   beach    Secluded   orca.  $4,500 00. Call: J. W. Andenon, 885-2053.  Full   Price  MERMAID STREET,  SECHELT VILLAGE���  No. 1266  3 bedroom home located close to beoch area, 1 block to school,  2 blocks to .hopping centre. With Homeowner Gran*, taxes are $1.00.  .Value of (his lot without buildings $3,950.00. This is a real handyman's special at a full price $9,950.00 with $4,500.00 down payment. Balonce on very easy, monthly payments. Vendor may consider a smaller down payment to the right party. For inspection  contoct, Bob Kent, 885-9461. ]���'.,.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT���  W 1265  Extra  large lot on bo.h sides of Highway   101,  Waterfront cottage'  plus  beoch  cobln,   Full   prjee  $21,000.00.  Call:   J.  W. Anderson,  885-2053.  GIBSONS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY���   .;N0.i12��*4   {  View commercial property on School Road. Over 1 ocre, 132 feet  road frontage. Suitable for home or apartment. Full price $8,900.00  with  $4,000.00 down. Call  Peter Smith,   885-9463.  DAVIS BAY���    No. 1261  This 3 bedroom split level family home offers 1,500 sq. fr. of living  area. Acorn fireplace In lorge living room plus full picture window,  Wood paneling throughout. 20*x26' family room ond lower level  garage or basement area. This fine' Medallion home Is offered at  $26,500.00 full price with some financing qvaitoble. Call: Peggy  Aycr, 885-2375 for appointment to view;        . ... ......  ROBERTS CREEK���    No. 125Q  Clo',u to new gi^lf club, Ideal for growing family. 3 bedrooms. Easy  monthly poyment- and Interest, Some fruit trees. 1.88 ocres, Full  Puce $9,500.00 wilh $3,500.00 down. Coll: J. W. Anderson,  885-2053. '���  ROBERTS CREEK���    No. 1244 |,    .  2 bedroom home located on approximately 1 >_ acres. Full Price  $13,900.00 will. $7,600.00 <lo**n. Call: C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015.'  SELMA PARK���      No. 1243  View lot. All services, Full Price $4,800.00 with $3,000.00 down.  Call:  Peggy  Ayer,  885-2375.  DAVIS BAY���     No.  1240 7 .'.  New ,") Ix-dioom home Large Hindcc**. .Corpqrt. Vie*.. Wall to wall  carpet in living room ond 2 bedrooms, A*.tomat.c oil heat; Post ond  beam living room. Bedroom* ��� are double Insulated. Full Price  $21,500.00, Coll; ). W, Anderson, 8852053. ���     .   *  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT���      No.l2'4i "  20 ocrrs Highway runs through proj>erty, New rood ha* recently  been conMfueled (rom highway to bwxh. full Price* $65,000.00,  Call;  J,  W. Anderson.  885-2053.  TUWANEK-- No   1242  Srini wQlcitront lot ocuns I torn l,.,��t lauiKhitv, ��<7t��ilt<ci ond iwrk.  full (>nc�� $3,900 00, C<-.l: J). W. Anderson, 885-2053.  GIBSONS���       No    1235  Two bedroom  home  situated on  lease   lot.   Full  Price  $12,600 00  Call: C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015.  SECHELT VILLAGE���    W 1237     .   .   ���    ,  Recently constructed duplex, 1,000 sq. ft, on moin floor with 2  bedrooms, fireplace, oak floors, vonlty bath, Suite with 1 bedroom ot  ground level. Carport work shop, Landscaped lot, Quiet area. Retirement with revenue. Coll: J. W. Anderson, ,885-2053.  GIBSONS-  No. 1232  One bedroom   .rtirrment  home, full Pi<c��  $10,000,00.' Call:  C.  R.  C'��_lhci.,o.c, ��86-7015.  RESIDENTIAL SECHELT VILLA���     No. 1238  Seven day possession on this 1,500 sq. ft. main floor home, Both  dining room ond living room ore extra large and has hardwood  throughout. 2 bedrooms plus one in basement, Automatic oil fv/N  noce, Extra capocity sized electric hot water' ttmk, Twocor port  with cement floor and sundeck above with outlook up Porpoise Bay.  This fine home is sltuat.ed on a double lot well screened from rood,  nicely landscoped, fruit trees, brick bar-b-q, concreted sunken pool*.,  fenced. Cement wolk ways, shrubbery. For sate ot much lesj than  replacement cost. This fully modern home con be yours for only  $25,000.00 Full Price and ori terms too, For viewing at your convenience call Pob Kent during business hours 885-2235 ol' evenings  885-9461. i  WEST SECHELT���     No*.iM3  Lovply sea view property on payed road. Approximately 2 ocres,  Nicely treed. Full Price $7,000,00. Call: J. W. Anderson, 885-2053,  PENDER HARBOUR WfATERFRONT���      No, 1219  Over 1,800 ft. of waterfront suitable for subdivision. Call: Bob  Kent, 885-9461.  ,  SQAMES POINT���     No. 1215  Oil; of the lowest price lots available located pn upopened go_.oit.d  road pood view of Ho*we Sowrid. Level ground. District woter supply  available at property line. Fu.| Prlco $1,500.00. Call; Peter 'jmith,  885-9463.    1 i  , GIB'$0NS RURAL���   No. 1216  Nearly _> 'acres (or only $5,000,00, L��*ved ground, some tcdois,  Vjlder brush'etc. Good sCfII. Slieam on property, Located on unopened  0a*zett*d. rood. Full Price $5,000.00. Call: Peter Smith, 8859463.  WELCOME BEACH���     No, 1217  2 Bedroom Cottage on opproximatdy 3 ocrrs ot tree., -.to view  {.roperfy.-?* lots, sonic timber, close to beach. Work ihop. Own  water system. Ideal retirement fnor>erty on paved rood. Full Price  $.4,50O.OQi with $4,500.00 down. Call; lack Andenon, 86V 7053.  GIBSONS. AREA���FAMILY HOME���    No  1196  .7 ocrtv"aroWe land, village woter, 5 bedroom*,, lull Urrmcnt,  excellent ,'tonditirti. thtOaghyMi.  Gctf00��* Pnd ��",'ik:.h(,.f)    JJ .(>()() ()0  f ,p.t e��*h tp mortaa��*. Try your ofl*r. Coll; Peter S����ifl., 88^-9463,  BARGAIN HARBOUR���     No. 120'?  ' Large *aferlront lot offering a wonderful view, Full Pine $6 'j 1)1) 00  Call: Peggy Ayer, 885-2375. , '  1 -  III. I II11II HIT   *   "1 1  -  *        ' '      *    WILSON CREEK���     No   1205  Twoi bedroom home situated on 1.1 acres of property with lots of  fruit trees and shrubs. Also guest cabin. Lovely view property. Ideal  for future subdivision. Call:  Jock Anderson,   885-2053.  LOT IN SECHELT VILLAGE���      No   1209  Close to all shops. 2 blocks to ocean beoch oreo. High ground���  view of mountains���next to public park. One block to school. Newi  residential area. Call:  Bob Kent, 885-9461. (  MISSION   POINT���      No,   1049  * Beautiful treed area, with tidal boat, logootn opening Into Chapman  Creek, ond Into the Gulf of Georgia. Set up for campsite, washrooms  for men and women, 2 showers, 2 toilets and wash basins on eoch  (side. 220 volt water heater,   1967  ond   1968  gross  wasiopprox.  :, $800.00 each year, Good garden soil. Full Price $6,500.00. Down  ' payment $4,225.00. Coll:  Peter Smith,  885-9463.  j ��� ���   ,        .  GIBSONS���     No, 1189  Up   to   date   2   bedroom  home.   Excellent   view.   Good   value   at  ' $15,500,00 Full Price. Call: Peter Smith, 885-9463. ,  \ PORPOISE BAY WATERFRONT���    No. 1182  ", This 3 bedroom home Is situated on 2 acres of land sloping gently  to the waters of Porpoise Bay. Large living room and kitchen.  Priced right at $22,000.00. Call: Peggy Ayer, 885^2375.  WEST SECHELT���     No. 1181  Large 3 bedroom home on 1 acre property. Large living room ond  kitchen. Six rooms with sink .ocilitles Jn t\ach In full cement basement plus utility room. Full Price $33,000.00. Down payment  $10,000.00. Call:  Bob Kent, 885-9461.  DAVIS BAY���   No. uso  Large lot close to safe sandy beach. Partly ttcpred and nictly trend  on the balance, Extremely good view lot. full price $5,500. Call Bob  Kent,  885-9461. ^  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SECHELT���  No.U78 and  1179  Three lots with buildings. Full price $50,000. Two lots without buildings $25,000. Call top Kent. 885-9461.  SELMA VIEW���      No.   1147  'Outstanding view from thc dining area,  Compact  eoiy-work orea,  . kitchen with 3 bedroom home over full cement basement containing  large r��c,room. Situated on over Va ocre of oil view property. YotJ  only rveed   $10,000 to put  you in residence r>owl Coll;  Pob Kent,  *-fi8'5-9461.  '  ' ' ' '    -������  4     ,     , ���     t  GIBSONS RURAL���        No. 1150  Cosy 2 bedroom stucco home, 20 ocres ideal for iA.lxlivit.lon, On vil-  logefwater tupp-ly. Extra large horve ond hoy born, Alum, roof.i Real  I hobbV  form,  close  to  shops  and  schools.   A   real   investment.   Full  ; Price $4},000.00 demn payment-$13,000.00. Call; Jatk f\ndvnvn,  885-2053. .���;:,,... :        ��.  i '  ���TILLICUM BAY��� No. 1124      ���  -.J*..* lot it. iJtuated clovs to iIms Mat ma, beoch, etp. fully &ervlc��f.  Ai-VlnflcKity $1,800. Coll Peggy Ayer, 885-2375.  i'LSt'jywr-r'-  DAVIS BAY'S CHOICE AREA���No.  1156  Herewith, within a block of the finest beach area  on the Secheit Peninsula, a choice home, sturdily  built  on  a  flat   level  lot.  Only  $15,500.00  with  terms. Call: Bob Kent, 885-9461.  WEST SECHELT���No. 1154  View property. 2 bedroom home all electric heating. 14x16 living room, compact kitchen. Large  garage wirtid 220. Situated on 1.3 acres of gently  sloping land. View by appointment only. Full price  $15,500,00, down payment $5,500.00. Call Peggy  Ayer, 885-2375.  __L____B__��i^^  .^^X^^^^g^'ife^g^  ��;������.  ^|j|!^  SELMA PARK���     No. 1125  Nice  treed  waterlront  locotlon. Close to store,  irons,   and  breakwater. Land is lease,  10 year renewable. Ideal family retreat. Largo  sundeck. Could be| suite   in   bsmt.   Home   Is   furnished.   Full   price  $8,600. % down. Coll J. W. Anderson. 885^2161.  HALFMOON BAY���      No. 1160 * i  '  Ideal'summer home site for 1 or 2 families, 2���two bedroom homes  on 170 <t. safe, calm mooroge wotcrfront In Priesllond Cove, Halfmoon Boy. Good rood ��a>y access beach. Rem one home, live in  other, On Halfmoon Bay waterworks, domc.llc water, lights and  telephone hooked up. FP $15,500. Call Bob Kent, o85-9461.  ROBERTS CREEK���    No. 1135  8,56 acres. Full price $9,000. Call C. R. Galhcrcole, 886-7015,  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES���  No. 1132  Several businesses available. Call Bob Kent for full Information  885-9461.  *^r     "j-V  GIST SliiCTIOi^l ON "IHE SUMSHll^iS COASI    ������   ��� y*  mmlmmmmmiii��mm0m  WiWlWii>i4*l  ||j>jWllM'VlW��ll>Af��**W^  SALESMEN  Ted Surtces Rc��  Peter Smith Rea  Chris Gathercole Ret  C. R- Gathercole Ret  Jack Anderson Res  lob Kent Res  Pegjjy Ayer Rcj  805-9303 HALFMOON BAY  885-9463 SELMA PARK  886-7015 GIBSONS  886-7015 GIBSONS  885-2053 DAVIS BAY        ^  885-9461 WEST SECHELT  885-2375 SECHELT  1  Secheit 885-2161  Box 155  Cowrie Street  IE-  AGE  24 HOURS  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Multiple Ustteg Smnltm  Vancouver Real fstoto  Bo��r4.  CIES LID.  Gibson* 886-7015  Box 369  Marine Otivo  t^mssassaaigsais^mm  sis  8BSK.SB  sa  aannnn  i  I.  i  it. .  ,       -     ^       J**f    ^r,l>V-,/Mji'v.  n !���.  ', i (WIS ��__  _?.--J^* F' j.\  %..     ���tfF_ J���V*F  -f\,  j nr-N*~*   -  *     ���  Successful event .  Sea Cavalcade launched  -    f '       1    '      ' cy * ((   * 'V"*J^Y7'( 1", ''" y,' **" ,  during Premier's visit  GIBSONS first Sea Cavalcade couldn'C  haye been, more successful, Fridayfs  paint-in," carnival rides at Dougal Park  and Kinsmen Cabaret Dance were a prelude to two days of activity which attracted people of all ages. , ,  Despite the short notice whicli most  club had to organize a program, every-,  thing fell into place and there is no doubt  that from this first event, bigger and better Sea Cavalcades will grow each year.  Premier of British Columbia Hon. W.  A. C. Bennett gave his blessing to the  venture during his visit on Thursday,  Aug. 21, when he signed the polished burl  plague, officially declaring'the first Sea  Cavalcade open.  On Saturday morning while a trap  shoot was in progress at the Gibsons Rod  7 a-s/Mj-i, Dawson announced Angela Willis,  * Miss Sea Cavalcade with attendants, Carrie G-allier and Fran Volen.  JSunday's   events   were   all   centered  around the waterfront with Ihe children^  fi_rMng-4erby-supervised by Walt Nygren"  taking place oh the'wharf and the Gibsons  firemen all. busy with the distance and'  children's swimming events, followed by  log burling/canoe jou&ting and boat races.  Six tugs participated in the first tug  boat race to be held in Howe Sound with'  Secheit ,'Yarder own^d by International  Towing and captained by Capt Dee doing  a fabulous eleven knots to win the trophy  ���a length of golden (sprayed) boom chain.  "Second was the Grapple owned by Tiger  Tug and. captained by Capt. Martin Higgs  with Secheit Chief oft Secheit Towing &  & Gun Club, a_car rally was taking place [ Salvage with Capt Len Higgs at the wheel  from Dougal Park and on the Sunnycrcst  Shopping Plaza, Secheit, Roberts Creek  and Gibsons firemen were holding a "War  of the Hoses."  Highlight of the three day event was  the parade and parade^ marshal-Earl Bing-  ley had the happy task of organizing the  entourage for the ten very lovely queens  participating in the Miss Sea Cavalcade  event.  Saturday afternoon was full of activity  with ball games, Timber Trail riding 'display and cycle races, all attracting spectators. At 6 p.m. people began to converge  on the wharf where Kiwanis were .busy  with their annual Pancake Supper; two  local lands, one* very junior onej played"  for teeo dancers and Harry Robertson was _  caller for square dancing.  As dusk fell at 8:^0, the nine contestants for Miss Sea Cavalcade were introduced, gojyn^djsi'identically styled A-line  dresses in delicate hues and matching satin  shoes were:: "Miss-Gibsons Athletic Association Denise Litylejohn, Miss JSquaren-,  aders Carol Olson, Miss Legion Branch*  109 Penny "Verhulst, Miss Gibsons Firemen  Fran Volen, Miss Golf & Country Club  Carrie Gallier, Miss Chamber of Commerce Angela Willis, Miss Timber Trail  Riding Club Debbie Jackson, Miss Rod &  Gun Club Evelyn Gokool and Miss Kiwanis Marilyn Hopkins. Looking .more  lovely than ever, July 1st Queen Lee  Wiren performed the crowning ceremony,  Hon Isabel Dawson announced Miss  Sea Cavalcade and her attendants, who  were selected during the afternoon following an interview by five judges and a  breathless hush fell over the large crowd  coming third.   Other three tugs were Jo- .  Mar owned.by_Jo Mar Marine Services,  Colleen L of L&K Sawmills, Full Bore  owned by Bill Brandon of Port Mellon.  Rain held off for the Seafood Barbecue  where winners of the' program draw were  announced by Miss Sea Cavalcade. A.  Anderson of Gibsons won the chaise  lounge and Mrs. B.,BpdnarekJof Secheit  won the Coleman camp stove.  Winner of the Kiwanis $2,500 boat,  motor- and- trailer * was ��� Mrs, Jenny" Reiter  of Gibsons. B. H. Parker of Vancouver  won the second .prize of a bag.  The, Sea Cavaipade Committee members working hard behind the scenes and  already j__aking plans ior next year are  chaiiman Bill Scott, vice-chaifmai? Dick  Blakeman, treasurer Ev Nyfors, 'secretary  Mrs. Mbira Clement, with club representatives Ron Cruioe, Harry Robertson, John  WHson, Mrs. Roberta Cramer, Peter Mou-  zakis, ��� Ernie Schwmdit, Peter Finlayson,  Frank Hay,^        , *  The committee reports that co-operation  from clubs and individuals was * taremen-  dous and it's impossible to name' all those  who helped but a speciaT'little tribute goes  to Ann's'Coiffures of Gibsons for the long  hours-spent creating the very lovely hair  styles for the Miss Sea Cavalcade contestants.  Thpe did .not allow' printing all the results of competitions "but we hope to have  them for next-week's issue.  '. l-j  Principal report  '������-��� *  Elphmstone goes on shift  tight schedule implemented  - *    .     '     .  I  !     '*  Chokerman Charlie'says that the first  thing a man notices about a f girl usually  depends :0n\ which, way they are facing.  Opening is just  around fh@  )       corner.  Avoid The Rush  _, Get your. School  Supplies NOW*   -  AND WIN A PRIZE���Entry form with eaclnwder.��ff. Key&tom Supplies.  Many Specials-Still. Available.  mmmmmmmMttmmM-mmmmmmmmmtuimtuutmm^m^k^MmMiyuumM^mtmmmHimim^mmmt  \ spot specials this week *  CHIldrbi's fall clqthihg at reduced pieces  MM  'mw^��mt0mmmmmtmntyvmdmtmimvymm>0mammm��HttitamMmmmti,  y ';7NEW--ARRiyALS;Y.,;*.;yy7- yyy'yy  Girls' and ladies''Blouses - Boys' Shirts  We hove a good selection of cards for all occasions.  CARDS BY CARLTON AND A NEW LINE OF GIBSONS CARDS.  SHOP  Scchclt, B.C.  Secheit Notes  MRS. TONY, Eberle has returned .from  " North Dakota where-she attended the  funeral of her sister Mrs. Alma Keller.  Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Schad of Powell  River spent an enjoyable weekend visiting  fiends on the Secheit Peninsula; While in  Sec&elt they were 'overnight giiests of-Mr.  and -Mrs. Lloyd Turner and attended-the  Rebekah picnic at .Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Whaites.     ' 7  Mrs. Isabel! Hansen of New Westminster and Mrs. Margaret Gough of Coquitlam were guests.-of-the Lloyd. Turners.re-  cently. * _  Mr. and Mrs. Art Roberts of Vancouver  have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Whaites. On August 28 Mr. and Mrs.  Cyril .Turner will- be'their' guests. Mrs,,  Turner is ihe former Margaret Muirbead  of Vancouver.  Visiting his uncle Mr. Bob Barclay "and  Mrs.'Barclay is Mr. David Neilson accompanied by Mrs. Neilson and daughter  Alison who travelled from Cranbrook."   * ",  Tbe Mel Houspiys with Brett holidayed  on Vancouver Island and .in the Okan-"  agan.  .Mr. and Mrs-E. S.;Leopold with Tami*"  and.. Alison ..enjoyed- a happy yisit with  ���- Mrs. Leopold's * parents, "Capt. "aHd * IMffis.  Gordon Jones.  , . We1 regret to report' t__e~pass_ng of Mrs.  Jessop, wifeof. Rev.'E."K Jessop who  was pastor, of Bethel Baptist Church in  Secheit During her years here, Mrs. Jessop made many friends both young and  old. A native of England, Mrs. Jessop had  lived in Regina, West Vancouver and  Cranbrook.before coming to Secheit.  '1  First_ Again r  Seventeen-year-old Brian Tiacke set  out to beat Ms last year's winning  time in Kea!ts Island to Gibsons, Firemen sponsored jnarathon^svyim and  he did it by~8 seconds despite a strong  current. With iris father Mr. Bon  ThScke accompanying in a;rowboat  Brian, who is ihe grandson of Mr. and  Mrs. Harry- Chaster ot Gibsons, recorded time of 29 min. 52 sees.  MQSTparents'and'students by now realize that Elphinstone Secondary  School's limited facilities'can no longer accommodate its increasing jstudent population. As a_ result of*this situation, the  school has been forced to ebiploy a shift  system,so that>,its students <pan continue  with the official B.C. curriculum. Unfortunately the school exercises no control  over this situation and parehts and students should be/advised that shifts will  of necessity be continued until the necessary facilities ^re provided.,  We regret/ very much the disruption  of family life' that will occur in both your  home and <nurs due to this situation. We  are endeavouring to conserve our time  and to minimize this disruption where-  ever possible. In this connection, we are  implementing a very tight schedule and  the success of this schedule is dependent  upon the support and co-operation it receives from both parents and students.  It is inevitable that some parents and  students may, for personal reasons, disagree! with the shift assignments they receive. However, it should be noted that  these shift assignments have been made  to facilitate the best instructional situation Ior the school as a whole.  SHIFT .DETAILS  first Shili  Grades 3; 11, 12 '  7:30 a-m.���12:30 .p.m.  Bus arrives at school: 7:25 a-m..  Bus departs from school: 12:30 p.ra-  Second Shift  Grades 9, 10  12:30 p.m,���5:22 p.m.  Bus arrives at school: 12:20 p.m.  Bus departs from* school: ��;30 p-m. -,  However, Tuesday, September 2nd,  has been designated registration and organization day for all students. On this  day only, students will be attending Elphinstone for only \Vz hours. The first  shift will commence at 11:00 a.m. and  will be dismissed at 12:30. The Second  Shift will run from 12:30 until 2:00 p.m.  tfirst shift students are requested not to  arrive until at least 10:50 a-m., and second  shift students shiuld not  arrive  before  12:20 p.m. Please be advised that thin  schedule applies only for Tuesday, September 2.  It is essential that we make every effort to minimize., all distracting noise  which one shift may cause another when  it is either coming to school or leaving  school. Therefore we require all first shift  students to go directly home and we expect them to be clear of the building and  out of sight and hearing by 12_30 plm.  Second shift students are not to arrive in  the vicinity of the school prior to 12:20  p.m. The school doors will open each  morning at 7:20 a-m.  The policy of permitting senior part-  time students to complete their grade 12  will be continued All such students  should enroll on September 3 or 4 personally. ;      ,  Your co-operation and support of the  school is the best contribution that you  can make to assist us in providing our  students with the most effective instruction. -7i  *.< -  *. .  B9B  >    SALES & SERVICE  24 HOUH JtQPAIft  SEEviek  Free Pick-up & Delivery  ������i_����__tt_aBra_^  Hurry, flurry A Lot Of  School Buying Done Early  fbr-Our-SPECIALS  885-9343  AS- Aft JEOTRA, SPECIAL we are saving you another FllEE. EiTHY FOfSH for our   ;  <g&4gM$0 (timmfchMSiit&dt ��^tog)i^s^ Sn^'-'cii?^4rv f*��K.  !  < "*��m ���*��**/**������**�� **~r ft  ���w-<��?y��*i*'v3P^*pir^r- *** t**"��S       ���*���*   I,**** ��M'V *   ****^***.*',.*'*'U^. * ftw.vp   Vry   Vr*    ** ***j(r  ��*.***<%   *%*~-~ '���"���    ^r *���*(**���*    ~+ +* <* * ��  4S��-  AffY STOCK OF SCHOOL. SUPPLIES; SOW OlJf; EY  . -   EARLY SHOPPERS "NOWiU STOOC :Af#Alj  Very good. Now call for a 'Blue'   Labatt's: the txue-blue beer. (TZ&  Thl* ud*/*r-l_.��m��r��. la net poblltm**. * ��l��|>**y��* by th�� Ll<ju��r C*ntr#l Basrtf mt fry tha Govammant a* OrlU_hColumbia  MISSES' JACKETS  Pile Lined. Fold Away Hood.  Sizes 8-16  Assorted Colors,  ONLY  CHECK OUf  SPECIAL*  in our School Supply  Departments.  DB��Ai?rfiflEf*IT St ORE  PEICES  MISSES'. WHITE  GPtpUSES  '-"."���    .'���   !���'.'���.."    ��� "���* 1  Permanent Press.  Short Sleeves,  SPECIAL  TV SOCCER  COMGUP  A Real Nice Soccer Ball. .  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To Say  * T-IHIE*   ��� ���  "WESTERN IHYIHM"  '���will return- Sept.1 6tfi  Ml  The "E-Sv; Penn Kings" will play music for Aug. 36Hi  R������fimtions Only... $U������� pur coupl��. Smor^asfjoril from 7 p.m... Oanco O p.m. to ?  DANCING ONLY  No Smorgasbord  After 9 p.m.  S3.C0 Coupla  m*mW*0t00mWmim+  AUGUST 2&m  XMM^smd  ^m^m^s��^j:w>>m^^^  Phono SSS-23I1 - HSgliway SOIf Scchcr^, B.C.  tmimmiMmimtmmii^mmmmmm^tmm  ��.rt��   -Hi V fr'tr** ���*^*'*?*r^^ "'**' '^m''* * "* ^ ^ ** *'*,"'  _, #*, V *,-. *n, *>,  *k , '  '    -**.  ^    ��� )�� r ('" * ' ,  &M& ^5W '<"**'*  .J     .  OpCNDL HSVfelCT M��0 m (SECHELt).  Winners  With'the course all mapped out for   Sleep (left) camefir\t*mth^d^Al- '������  Vancouver  Cycle  Club;.,Gibsons.   sager a close second and jnpMar be-  youngsters felt.the thrill of big time   hind but out of thepicfaire^was David .g  cycle-racing "when��� they" were "first   Smith  around the route lasj; Saturday. John  ^ . ,7 TSEPTEMBEft'% 1969     ���  ��'������   Sfhq��! ^ ^Se?*f��r regi^r^tiota, griping, and textbook issue only at 9:00 am., Tuesday, September 2nd, with  the exception of Elphinstone Secondary, which will open at 11:00 a.m.  ^dva^ce registration for elementary pupils enrolling at Gibsons and Secheit Elementary can be made as follows:  ^^tss pemetlta^s Thursday, August mm &m Friday, August 2��th from 9;30 a.m. to 3:00 j*_m.  K^dergaiten students should report to GibsOns Elementary School, Secheit Elementary School or Madeira Park  Elementary School at 10:30 a.m.  on September. 2nd,  < Y  Kindergarten and %ade 1 pupils Should present birth certificates for registration.  Pupils in other grades must present reports from previous school attended.  :*>   Regular instruction will commence on the following day, Wednesday,-September 3rd at the usual time.  flrlORfJii��- SHIFT - GRAMS'_V ll and 12  _MAS0N & NORWESTBAY ROADS - ELPHINSTONE  Mason and Nor West Roods  Gamma Phi Beta,... -  < Selma Park ,..   Y  JDavis Bay  ^Mission Point   Elphinstone Road  Baba   Pine Road   Elphinstone School  SECHELT - ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  SecheJt   EJphiristone  PORPOISE BAY - ELPHlNSfONE SCHOOL  Porpoise Bay ���   Secheit * . __   <3ower Point   Elphinstone School     .���,_ .   ROBERTS CREEK  Roberts Creek _  Lower Road    ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  Elphinstone School  Starting Second lap of 30 lap cycle  race of 36 miles, members of Vancouver Cycle Club brought international cycle racing to Gibsons for the  first time. With them was Dr. Roger  Sumner who was < unable to participate due to a broken collar-bone.  Taking, up a challenge after the race  some of the cyclists actually rode up  School Road.   PORT MELLON - ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  Port-Mellon :   Langdale   Hopkins  Landing _ __  Elphinstone School   I  i  Sept. 2nd  Regjular  Only  Time  91UNC  10:10 a.m.  6:40 a.m.  10:15 b.m.  6:45 a.m.  10:20 a.m.  6:55 a.m.  10:23. a.m.  6.58 a.m.  10:25 am.  7:00 a.m.  10:30 o.m.  7:05 am.  10:40 am.  7:10 a.m.  10:45 am.  7:15 a.m.  10:50 a.m.  10:25 a.m.  6.55 a.m.  10:50 a.m.  7:20 am.  10:15 o.m.  6:45 am.  10:20 am.  6:50 am.  10:40 a.m.  7:10 am.  10:45 a.m.  7:15 am.  10:35 a.m.  7:05 a.m.  10:45 a.m.  7:10 a.m.  10:50 a.m.  7:20 am.  10:25 a.m.  6:55 a.m.  10:40 a.m.  7:10 a.m.  10:45 am.  7:15 a.m.  10:50 a.m.  1  7:20 a.m.  10:40 a.m.  7:10 a.m.  10:42 a.m.  7:12 a.m.  10:45 a.m.  7:15 a.m.  10:50 a.m.  7:20 am.  NORTH ROAD - ELPHINSTONE  Old Cemetery Road     t^orth Road    Granthams Landing __    Elphinstone        NOTE: On Tuesday, September 2nd, the secondary morning school shift  will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m.  AFTERNOON SHIFT - GRADES 9 and 10  MASON a. NOR WEST BAY - ELPHINSTONE  Mason and Nor West Rds.   West Sechblt  ,     Gamma Phi  Beta   ,    Residential  School        EJphinstdme  School  ..  __��*_���>__  ��_ * * - -^_aauMH. tHi:;?ifMft  S0w__(lg&i3L,',*v��SB**w w*\m> _i{.������"��   if ^r"'^,*p'���'*J4.*^!*"*h,***WAJ1,',WH,"*  ^7'7<yWtey / - 7\,,7.^W^W^:hWm^  ��K f * Y;.HViy^.Y*-v^iy-,* i\7\i\i ��i' iY^'n^*��'*.v��*  *_Y  ..      ..J    ,   '    ',. *Y_.-  >.    _YA/ <.. Yi i "... rt>.)...*�����_?     in _' nii-tf. .-Li.rnit_niii.-Lfc*'-"-:!'^-" J^'���^  Tandem Plu$  Keystone Cops turned out to patrol found they lacked manpower and bor-  last Saturday's cycle race on a tan- rowed Don Hoops who helped none  dent bike which caused some confu- other than .Hon.. Isabel Dawson and  sion for each wanted to go a different Sea Cavalcade secretary Moira Cle-  way; when that was figured out they    ment up tlie sleep grades^   SECHELT - ELPHINSTONE  Secheit    Elphinstone  School . .  HgjjiajfflftTO^  PJ____BV    K*-^nL|��  %fip^^.,i^..tpg^  :  FRIDAY ��� A.M. "TO UtOffDAY PJ  VANCOUVER  SECHELT  HAHAiiiO  TYEE AIRWAYS Lfl  GSS-4922  SB5-22I4  753-2041  " sechelt3"T<6_  PORPOISE BAY - iELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  Porpoise Bay   .    ^   Secheit    _ 1  -  Selma Park _  '   Wilson Creek    I   Elphinstone School  I   * 1  DAVIS BAY - ELPHINSTONE j|cHOOL  Davis Bay ',. ..... i .   Mission Point . ....i _-.  Lockyer Road   j    Baba .  _ j   Pine Road ,,| L   Elphinstone School  . ;,   ROBERTS CREEK  Roberts Creek     Lower Road   Chaster Road    Gower Point Road  Pratt Road   Elphinstone Rood .  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  PORT MELLON - ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  Port  Mellon      Twin Creeks   . :���  Lortociate '......��� :..:.'....          "  ���^_J...,. ��_;-.'.  ���    Hqpkiris Landing   ,..._. _.  Soames Point I ..7     Granthams Landing           Elphinstone  ���. _    11:35 a.m.  11:40 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  11:50 a.m.  12:15 p.m.  11:50 a.m.  12:15 p.m.  11:40 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  11:50 a.m.  11:55 a.m.  12; 15 p m.  11:45 am.  11:50 a.m,  11:55 a.m.  12:00 a.m.  12:10 p.m.  12:15 p.m.  11:40 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  12:00 a.m.  12.05 p.m.  12:05 p.m.  12:15 p.m.  1M0 a.m.  11:53 a.m.  12:00 o.m.'  12:05 p.m.  12:08 p.m.  12:10 p.m.  12:15 p.m.  NOTE: On Tuesday, September 2nd, t|ie afternoon shift will be dismissed at 2:00 p.m. Pickup time on Tuesday is the same os the  regular time as shown above.  i  ;  !  .HiEME'NtARy SCH0OLS  NEWTONS -SECHELT ELEMENTARY  Newtons   ������_..,. j : s ...   8:30 am.  Wakefield ! '. i____ 8:33 am.  Gamma Phi Beta  8:36 am.  Lawson * , '  8:38 am.  West,Sechelt Elementary :  8:40 a.m,  Secheit Elementary  -_,. j  8:50 a.m.  TYSON ROAD - SECHELT ELEMENTARY  Tyson Road ; , :  8:30 a.m.  Wilson Creek 7  8:33 a.m.  Davis Bay  ��:35 a.m.  Selma Park  8:40 am.  Secheit Elementary  8:50 a.m.  PINE ROAD - ROBERTS CREEK ELEMENTARY  Pine Road :  8:30 a.m.  Leek-Road :  8:32 a.m.  Peninsula Hotel : .  8:34 am.  Oldershaw Road L_j  8:35 a.m.  Joe Road !   8:40 airL  Joe & Lower Road  8:43 am.  Metcalfe Road  8:47 a.m.  Roberts Creek Elementary  8:50 am.  CROWE ROAD - ROBERTS CREEK ELEMENTARY  Crowe Road  8:25 am.  Baba _  8:27 a.m.  Gibbs    1 . . !  8:30 am  Roberts Creek Park  8:35 a.m.  Wells j  &38 a.m.  Roberts Creek Elementary L.  8:40 am.  PORT MELLON - GIBSONS ELEMENTARY  Port Mellon  8:15 am.  Twin Creeks \_____j_.  8:20 o.m.  Johnsons  I  8:22 o.m.  Langdale Elementary  8:25 o.m.  Hopkins  Landing  8:30 a.m.  Bracewell      8:33, a.m.  Granthams Landing .  8:35 am.  Gibsons  Elementary . ._  8:40 a.m.  SOAMES POINT - LANGDALE ELEMENTARY  Soames Point , , L.~ .  8:45 a.m.  Benhets     8:47 am.  Hopkins Landing ;  8:50 a.m.  Langdale       8:53 am.  Langdale Elementary"  ���. 8:5_5 a.m.  CHASTER & PRATT ROADS - GIBSONS ELEMENTARY  Chaster & Pratt Roads .!   8:20 a.m.  Pippers    _*���.,   8:22 a.m.  Rottluff     _ _.  8:25 a.m.  Price     8:27 d.m.  Gower & Pratt Roads .    8:35 a.m.  Gibsons   Elementary    8:40 a.m.  PORPOISE BAY - SECHELT ELEMENTARY  Porpoise Bay  \ ���   8:35 a.m.  Booming Grounds  -   8:37 a.m.  Sawmill  .���   8:40 a.m.  Forestry Station    8:45 a.m.  Secheit Elementary   8:50 a.m.  NOTE: Please note dismissal times for September 2nd only as shown  below.  Gibsons and Langdale Elementary   11:00 a.m.  Secheit. Davis Bay and Roberts Creek    11:30 a.m.  !  i  I  >  s  i  i  'PEMBEM. MMIBOUU AilA' "   '  HALFMOON BAY, GARDEN BAY & IRVINE'S LANDING,  B. & J. Store   ���,-_  7:34 a.m.  Redrooffs Road     _-  7:35 a.m.  Madeira  Park   Elementary   8:05 a.m.  Pender Harbour ���   .....���_ .._.��� 8:15 a.m.  Dalys Road    8:30 a.m.  Irvines Landing School     ....,_   _.  6:35 am.  Madeira Park School    8:55 o.m.  EGMONT - FRANCIS PENINSULA  West Egmont,.  -.    7:45 o.m.  Egmont   ._.. -  7:50 a.m.  Pender Harbour Secondary .._    . 8:15 a.m.  Madeira Park Elementary _,  ��� -  _���_ 8:2^ a.m.  Indian Islands ,7.7....     .  ........ 8:35 a.m.  Madeira Park Elementary .��    ,.._  8:50 am.  GARDEN BAY, IRVINE'S LANDING  Garden Bay        ������ trvfrtes Ldtrtdfng School ...  Pender Harbour ��� Secondary ,   Madeira Park Elementary    Indian Islands ...........  _.   *    Madeira Park Elementary _._,...   Pender Harbour Secondary ���._   FRANCIS PENINSULA   _      7:45  o.m.  7:50 a.m.  8:05 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:25 a.m.  8:35 am.  8:45 a.m.  NOTE: All schools in the Pender Hartx>ur arta will be dismissed at  11 ;00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 2nd only.  Ww*s��iiwiiS*��^  *y*y��;;*'l;ft*?2-j:*W'fo,*'r F_P*-._  ����� 2 m***? 4**4? tir*-*^*^<'>*^**ck*cv^^,*rr'^*vV^^  tii t,      A^a^. - *ii t'rmmmim.^mm  ������&&*i��ZM��&i!*^^  Around Gibm  in some parts, conditions" Were-dirty and "The Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday, August 27, 196? .  W��  J  y%.  ��t_r*  '->_ -  4  /���  :r  ���_. *  7)  ���n ,  ^���1  .ft.  "^  v-���. _.  -  <  N_  /**  \  *  /  /  J  <  *.  /  V  >:/���>  '- M*  ^  /J  I  1  L.  X  'I  t /tux  Secheit Wins  Victors of the "War of the Hoses",  which took place Saturday morning  at  Gibsons   are  Secheit  Volunteer  firemen* three-man. team,,.Ed -Mc-'- Gledson ^tio^wfln over/Oihspiis-iailcl  'Colrii,1  Hriah-'Mottii-haw  and   Bbb   -Rob^is Creeki ii-emeri.     .- .'.-./.  I  *J  r7"  \  t  4 k���  Wet Battle  War of the hoses was all too short but  full of thrills as spectators braved the  risk of getting soaked to watch firemen who were required to unroll  hose, attach it to Y-connection and  from forty yards distant take water  jet to. target until, nozzle touched it  and -then fill a garbage can iinfil float  was expelled. Event kicked off second day of three-day sea cavalcade,  at Gibsons. " .   _  Unemployment  Insurance  MR:, AND Mrs. Terry Connor, Eileen and  Richard have- returhec. -from- a five-  week vacation. They f _evr,by way of Newfoundland to the British Isles and Visited  London snd Devon. On the hoihfeward  jouifliey they enjoyed sunshine all the'way  as they flew the Polar route.  David Budd from London, England,  made this area his headquarters for six  weeks, touring into the Interior of B.C.  and down into the States from here. Mr.  Budd is a nephew of Dennis Connor of  Roberts Creek.  Lieutenant and Mrs. Asher Hodgson  have returned to Eastern Canada after &  brief "visit here with Asher"s grandparents  Mr. and Mrs. Wes B. Hodgson. Lt Hodgson will be competing in a three-day equestrian event in the Eastern Canadian Championships in Montreal this month.  - Mr. and Mrs. Ed Husby, Miss Colleen  Husby and Miss Karen Brignall have returned from a camping trip. They visited  Lake Osoyoos, Penticlon and Kelowna,  motoring back by way of the United  States.  Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper spent a  week in Kamloops.  Miss   Esther Olsen and friend  from  Vancouver visited Mr. Cornelius Olsen.  Mrs. L. E. Wiren was accompanied by  her grandson Jimmii. Wiren when she  visited her -son-in-law^ and "daughter, Mr.  and Mrs. W. S, de Bouck at "Departure  Bay where they enjoyed a pleasant vacation on Vancouver Island.. Y * -  Randy Wiren, who has returned from  Finland, visited his mother here briefly  before going on to join his wife at their  summer place on South Pender Island  after which Mr. and Mrs., Randy Wiren  will return to their home at Aberdeen^  Washington.  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berdahl had the  latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ovila  Boudreau and son John visiting from  Santa Clara, California. Other guests at  the Berdahl" home, coming to see thai-  American relatives were Mr. and Mrs.  Alfred Boudreau and Arlette who flew  over from Campbell River; Bob and Jackie  Burnett from Ladner;, Jim and Lorraine  Lovestrom from Riondell, also Eugene  Boudreau and friend from Cloverdale. The  visitors from California were very charmed with the beautiful scenery and John  Boudreau caught a salmon the first time  he went fishing here.  Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lee have re-,  turned from a nine weeks trip. Sailing  from San Francisco on the SS Oriental  Pearl, they visited Japan, Taiwan, Horig  King, Kov/loon, and a port in the south  ���where a load of flour, a gift from the  U.S.A., was being loaded onto ox carts.  Women were working as hard as the men  Filling a garbage can with  from a high pressure hose is no easy  water and takes ail strength of Se-  cheu's three-man team. Making sure  they're not cheating Roberts Creek  Tough Job  water    firemen Robert Cotton and Jim Eldred'take atopicbiickarid somewhere  in the mist* is third member Glen  Kraus.-Y   "      ' Y ':   '-'.,  WALT*'NYGREN  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT |  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf . 886.9303  Quality  House ond Worlnol  Point.  Gilssotts Hardware  (196��)  Ltd.  Dealer (or  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Barnacle Bills Marine Paint  1556 Marino  GIBSONS 004,2442  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DIALER  In  Secheit - 885-9713  "tee*  -  0<Mrf*r *  t����gr��r**  PAIWT THAT FlRPLACE - HOW  Now thatwinter Is over, it's time to give that fireplace  you "have used arid enjoyed so much a thorough cleaning.  This will help prevent any stale, smoky odors yvhich may linger  in the spring and summer. After cleaning, a fresh coat of  special paint will keep it bright and attractive until next year's!  "hearth season." * ���..',���'   ,  SPRING'S FURY  When you paint the outside of your house,, remember  that ladders can mean danger. The Canad.ah Paint Manufacturers' Association suggests you don't attempt to use a  ladder during windy weather. Wait until gentle, breezes c\rc  in the oft ing.  SOLID FOOTING  Early spring rains leave the ground soft In spots and  that can mean accidents when using a ladder for outside  painting. The Canadian Paint Manufacturers' Association recommends resting the feet of ��he ladder on solid ground,  with a maximum possible distance���preferably about 25 per  cent of the ladder's length���between the base of the ladder  and the side of your homo.; These preccsutiiorii -could prevent  some nasty foils. ���>      ,,,,,. ��� ���       0. Cu, DOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  ��� Dealer for  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIDSONS  Look - Better - Longer  Sunnycrcst Shopping Centra  886-2615 ,  GUL#  ��uHcfEng Supplies  ��APCO PAINT  DEALER  In  SECHELT - 885-2283  Twii Creil lumber & lulllig Sipplf  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DIALER  'Moftamtl ond Breete Points  SUNSHINE COAST IltCMWAY NIAR- C18S0HS  8-86-2.638  P.  Uf's  tfarsfwar�� Ltd.  Your Dealer for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  SECtlEl?. 885-2171  \ffJS~ -primitive.-  ' ,Ih ''folk.yo nefa tmilrt lathes; ate rriass-  esof apartment "Bouses vrith many refu- -  gees from Red 'Chtr?a, Giber places rfhe ,<-  Lees visited were Kobe, Taipei, Selling _^  dnd Kowshoon.-  Apartments were cheap, plentiful -and  itbOderh with parts being railed off to, be  used,as schools tor part of the clay; ibany  people are crowcled into a small area. Outside the cities are large industrialized  parts and at Nagoya there was a' pall of  smoke over the harbor. Some English is - >  spoken in Taiwan where, the seexlery is  beautiful with tropical Vegetation. The  ILeep found the weather hot and humid  in. Japan at this time of the year^  Mr. and Mrs. Andy Vanderhorn met  their daughter Miss Cat;_a Vanderiiorn in  Amsterdam while they'were on a iive-  week vacation overseas. .They travelled  by plane and train visiting Holland, Denmark and Germany and thoroughly enjoyed the delightful-holiday but are glad  to be back iii Gibsons.'  While Mrs. Flo Hicks of Davis Bay.  was on a two-month stay, in Ontario, she  was guest at a" wedding and also attended  a golden wedding eelebtation. Mrs, Hicks  went East to spend. some time with her  mother who is now pix>gress���ng following  surgery." On the _reiuni journey,'she flew ���  to Calgary where she was,-met by - her  granddaughter Mrs. Unrau,. the ^"former  Denise Hicks, and after a visii -returned  to the coast by virain. s . ���- . ' -* .  yMrs. Molly Kennett is baelriri .Gibsons  after spending some_time in Victoria.  ,    ."Visiting Mrs.1 J. L. Myers for a week  'was Mrs. Frabk Iiainbert of Vancouver.  Mrs, John Atkinson has gone to Victoria to stay with her sister,  Mr. J. J. Osborne from Vancouver has  bgeh visiting his Orange Road property.  Shoppers go underground  THE'JAPANESE are going underground.  - -Plagued by traffic jams, too much noise  and polluted air in their crowded cities,  they are excavating 'ehiHagai' ��� literally  'underground towns'. There __re already  40 chikagai, and several more are planned.  'The towns are really underground shop-  'ping centers���self-contained communities  of shops, restaurants and service industries/ One three-tiered center in Tokyo  has 260 stores. In contrast, Montreal's big  underground shopping center at Place  Viiie Marie has 70. In any 20-hour period,  as many as 800,000 people use Osaka's  huge Umeda Chikagai, which, like the  other centers, is close to transportation  facilities. The towns* even have police  stations whose work includes returning  losi.children to their parents.  Charles Radbourne won 60 games in  1884 -while pitching for the Providence  club jij the National League.  Q.   My husband and I have five-children between the ages of 8 and 15, and  when he lost his job I kept on supporting  the family with the pay from my job. He  claimed Unemployment Insurance benefits  and said the family were dependent -on  him, which is true. My pay is better than  his ever was, but when I got laid off too  I was told at the UIC office that I hadn't  got -dependents  in  their  yiew.   This   is  ridiculous. The family is more dependent  on me than on my husband.,.M6reo,yer3_���  friend tells  me  that  the  UIC  rule   has  recently been changed about this matter  and that I ought to appeal. Is this right?  A.   This complex question can be answered only after reviewing the complete  facts contained in your claim file which  ���V ^    <��� - v��       led to the decision. While the Unemploy-  ~\S^Ti$%$     ment Insurance Act and Regulations have  '-..\ _".&<_.>**     not been changed recently in regard to  depandeney, the provisions must be interpreted in the light of individual circumstances   It is for you to decide whether  to appeal, but if you should decide to do  so your area UIC office will gladly arrange  a healing. The full facts necessary for a  review would then be presented.,  Questions should be referred to Information Services, Unemployment. Insurance .Commission, VaniCr Building, 22*2  Nepean 'Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� Tel.  996-2975.  FEATURES:  ��� 5 Year Warranty.  ��� Powerful New Tuner.  6 beep Focus Non-Glare.  ��� Front-Mounted  Speakers.  ��� Rear-Top Controls.  9 Compact Styling.  ��� Free Delivery.  SALE PRICE  Phone 885-2171  ��� EASY TERMS  ..  ���i^w^r^^Wfe."'.;_. 'AW&rrm  -'**- - -"'F*- ��� F   - ������*---       ��� J  -'������'-"  yj., wf f! ;y ijMj nfj ��� w!  nLi|j.M.M i^yi,sh_jb miu ,jmnv��"ty'j��nMpgff" ,e  ._..���.��_���_-       .J.     ...    r.T^i ,   ���l.^Ynl.W  ��� '   ll  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  i  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  .  If you are a temporary resident of this area, btit are registered as a Provincial  voter in another polling division or in another electoral district of the Province,  you may vote "absentee" as follows:���  Appty on ppllitig-flay, at the polling-station established for this area, for  a special (absentee) ballot. You will be required to take an affidavit that you are  a registered voter, and if you are registered in another electoral district, you must  know the name of that district. In your affidavit give the address at which you are  registered, but in sighing the poll-book give your present permanent address.  If you are registered in another polling division ot this electoral district,  you niay vote for the candidates nominated to contest the election in this district,  using an ordinary ballot. Your marked ballot will be seated in an envelope,  which will not be opened until your name has been found on the voters list for  some polling divisioii of this electoral district; if your name is not found, the  ehvelope will not be opened and your ballot will not be counted..  If you are registered in another electoral district, tHie procedure is the same,  except that you will be given a special ballot, on which you must write the name of  the candidate* for whom you wish to vote, because there will be no printed ballots  at the poll for other electoral districts. You will be given a list bf thc candidates  running in thc district in which you claim to be registered; therefore, you must  know the name of that district. Before final count, the sealed ballot-envelope  will be mailed to the Returning Officer for the district in which ;y6u claim to be  registered, and if he cannot find your name on the Voters list fot (hat district, thc  envelope will not be opened and your ballot will not be counted,  , The poll Official!, will have a list of thc polling divisions and local place-names  in The Province, and in many cases will be able to locate your electoral district  by looking up the polling division or local place-name corresponding to your  address. . ��� ���.'��� ���  It is not enough to give " Vancouver "or " Victoria !* as your electoral district,  because there are several electoral districts involved in c^ch city.* The poll officials  will have a small map of each city showing electoral districts. If you are registered  in Vancouver or Victoria but arc unsure of your electoral 'district, locate your  address oh thc map.  Therefore, to be sure *^our absentee ballot will not be wasted, know thc proper  name of thc electoral -district in which you are registered as a Provincial voter;  registration as a municipal voter has no bearing on thc case.  CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia.  ��� In Victor!* snd ta certain Vancouver elartor��t districts, ��*o tsmeHttn nr* dectes4 end votcri rrsisttred  tn tbtve districts m��y tote Ior two cundMnU-*, and will b�� to ud*. J.cd nt tin pfM,  m  i\  ���*->o_M)^S  *to��^a&*te  ESS  sammmm  $0)mW>tmm1mmWlmWimmmmmWlmmWm0l��U  J~ ::   i-t-^pe���.'* ^TWUftf*. ;  n-Hfjft.^ ,.��+*. *_..*|i (F*p��r-_i w*��*i i,  .*, t . J    .....  fine**!****    **.*_.  ^^^<*^-^-j^Jft^Sj-.  ��_> m.  fl-.��W ��� ����������� pilflll ���   ll|�� ���   WIW**     ���������� ��� ���   ������ ������������������..,��. _^^_���_,��� ���������j,    ������������ .������_!,���������.���> _������_    ��_| j ���  '-.'.���������'���������-*-         ,           I'       .'      *  . _KJ��*JJ."�� (~) V^^FV^W.  . *,-*��������>  fc'  Dtepi Fisheries  1   tV  rt.;  v  s  -_ �����  .��**  ���4 *"  1  ������;--   ��;������/���...'  ���*.*_* .       ��� *"- ^ ^-"    * ���***,,.  V . "   ** -',.��'-,      *..tt-< * i- / /  ' ��  _> _F "'   ' l * * -I * "*      -Ti ' ���*.. ���"        ��  **   .   *    . ?f v-^A * -ft -"   . w^�� v    ,. .  ����Mv *? '������  -  :"v   *,u''.,- y- -i ; ���       S*^?^"' < *���*, " **"*     '. : ���*. r .  *1 :"  -:,<  i'  _.   J,,^..  ���������� -*..  *���  ���Sport Fish Bulletin  VANCOUVER-HOWE SOUND  %HE SECOND grand salmon contest in; as  ' many weeks is on the books for this  coming Sunday. Last weeknd saw the  $25,000 in silver offered for the top fish,  in the B.C. Salmon Derby go to Burnaby's  Robert Culley who hefted a 33' lb. chinook  on the weigh-in scales. This weekend_will  make it number 31 in tlie annual series  staged by the Vancouver Sun.-  No sense talking about where to go for  the small chinooks and cohoes since most  boats will be&Ver the deep holes trying  for the big ones anyway. Your best bet  is to follow the form sheet showing the  results of previous year's Derbies published in. the sponsoring newspaper. Fishiest area in terms of heavyweights has  usually been the east shoreline of Howe  Sound from Horseshoe Bay up to Porieau.  We might mention, however, that the  heaviest fish last week���caught four days  too soon to be in the money was a -43-  pounder taken by Mickey Jay of Gibsons  in the Gower Point vicinity. We also  heard of a 42 pounder taken last week but  details on this fish were sketchy.  For those intending to avoid the crunch  with a quiet fishing trip to the head of  Indian Arm, we're sorry to say that the  pink run to the Indian River looks' to be  a bust this year. The usually fishy.spots  off the river mouth and alongside the log- , rWK^Jai c_._____W__.__-  - -  ging camp floats are inside an area now    '���" "        .    * ,.���_.,. "���Y���.     Oi$nan��ro     .  closed to sport fishing for conservation yisftto the Sunshine Coast by ihe Pre-/, nig the highly successml event. Fikhh  purposes. The boundary extends from ^jer of British CoHanbjLa proved" an ' leftYMuniopal Administrator- Dave *  rigI^asSi?k to a W*gle Sign ��n ^ ��M��rt��n* momenta ask him- to ok- y Johnston, Hon! Isabel Dawson, Pre-  ^s1 a footnote we would' like to make cklly .open the first Gibsons," ��������; mi<ar *W: A. C' Burnett, Mrs/ Moiia -'  a correction regarding Allan Fothering- ^ay Sea_ Cavalcade; and .the -Prem&r ��� -Clement- -.committee secretary, BHl  ham's comments on the two^day B.C. gladly complied by put&ag his.sigfla-'*' Scottcommittee chairman and Mayor  s^yj&7^J^^.XTfiS^i   feto a pofehed.fc_r_ .co-nia^bqt. ;Vm. g^e^-  '  ]oss for the Derby promoters as indicated  by (the ��� Department's estimate of a mere  4,200 entries. Actually, we've no way of |  telling the number of entries. This figure  was the total of the Saturday and Sunday  estimates of the number of boats afloat.  SUNSHINE COAST  Toba Inlet has been slow .save for a  few cohoes, says the fishery officer's report; and at Sarah. Point and in Desolation  Sound, boats have been picking up .the  occasional heavy chinook.  Grant and Mystery Reefs below Savary  Island has been the scene of considerable  effort. Twelve boats checked on the weekend in these areas reported a catch of 2  small chinooks around 7-8 lbs4 9 cotoes  of 8 to 10 lbs. and 14 coho grilse.  The shoreline from Scotch Fir Point ito  Saltery Bay has seen little effort and very  , few fish.  Egmont has been extremely .spotty. If  you happened by at the right time ij was  worth a few cohoes.  Saturday at Bferie Shoal, coho-ing was  rated good with several limits taken during the day. Eleyen boats checked afloat  here In ithe a.m. reported a tbtal,.*ri7 19  cohoes averaging 5 lbs. I and 1 pink. I^ater  Saturday the winds -came up.F Sunday's  fishing after the wind was cog&derably  slower. J '" - *    '. * *  Sunday looked to be a lively time at . j ' * ^ _ ' !/*  Quarry Bay. A check of 17 boats afloat ��|f.�� Y,'Y S": ,2  hene and at Fearney Point found all boats  with fish and counted a catch totalling' 4  chinooks averaging 10 lbs., 2 jacks, 29  cohces averaging 6 lbs., 2 coho grilse and  a pink.  Welcome Pass was rated good for cohoes on Saturday although the Redroofs'  fleet out of Halfmoon Bay claimed only  modest success in their derby .held here  that day.  Lee Bay had the odd brief bite in the  afternoons and evenings. One of the heavy  chinooks taken here was a 24 pcxurider by  Chuck Jones on Sunday topping his 10,  9 and 3 lb. chinooks boated the same day.  Several fish in the 10 -12 lb. class were  taken at the Bay during the week.  CLOSURES  ��� Gold and Burman sport fishing area������  midnight, Aug. 24 until further notice.  ��� Indian Arm boundary from Wigwam  Creek to a boundary sign on opposite  chore���midnight Aug. 19 to midnight  Sept. 30.  ��� Birkenhead River between PGE Posts  .104.5 and 108���midnight June 1 to midnight Sept. 30.  ��� Ashlu River and tributaries upstream  from confluence with Squamish -River  ���umtil midnight Sept, 30.  ��� Koksilah River between CPR , Wharf  and Clim Clem Bridge���midnight Aug.  12 until further notice.  ��� Coniox Harbour inside a line from Co-  n.ox Spit io Gartlcy Point���midnight  Aug. 12 until further notice.  Plastic film pouches  as milk containers  MILK SOLD in plastic film pouched, introduced to the Canadian market, only  a year u^o, "will skin, the cream off,the  milk container market wiUiin five years,"  according to Marketing, national advertiR-  Jng newspaper.  Oik* t'slimute Is tliat within five ycarr,  40 percent of all milk tiak-a will be in  ].:iuclie.H, TJie:;e jwuches���that is, .three  inner quart pouches packed in plastic film  which jn turn arc packaged in a poly-  <'1hyk*nc bag���are now lx*l,ng uncd by  jnore than 50 dairies in Canada.  Pouches are. reported to be cutting  into the glana and plastic jug container  market and have been accepted by con-  Mifiieifi b(x-auM. they are <*a.sily disposn-d  of, don't have to Ix* returned and Sake up  lehs m*iVi(-',era1i)r ^paee,  Stoics apparently like 'them tot*, saya  MwrketinR, for eaw* of handling, ellmlna-  tiiM. of botlle rtiturns and breakage, while  dairies, hay (they have reduced packaging  ��.v*_4jl.  4  ������" f  m> i ���  ���PagP'B-4-  "  .fr   _                 1  1  -'Ji,  \t' ','                ���      '  1  *���                      ��  '           r,'   \  A  ���  ���  -                         e  ���  "  If  _���                               ���  *   ,  \  .                                          i  ���'   1                    1  V-  -* ..  ���'  ��� r-  _'. " \ I   i  *  .'    <    **" ��        \                 ��      1          ,  / *��� r.            �� -.    .                     1             .         * J  V"    *  ���*���..-.* i,               t  I.  \ -   ��� *  *-      ,   .                -         . f.       ���  t  *                             '*  '  V ��� * *  1  J   '���  i . �� '                            * -     ���  ��� --*_*     .      i"            ' **]  ��   * *    ��� ��                 ��� *         . >  H <*   ��� v        I               *!  ��� *1    **���.**    '          <~.i  * /  -.*���.'.���       ,      !��� .   1; *  -'���u*        .*                        *'."        ._      _      -���<  *                 t    '   * 1'1  _    --         fc����    *  '���             ^  Tli& ggaiBsalff-Htwes      Wednesdoy, August 27,1969  s^SiSi^it^wSEa^^i^^  ^���^j*.^^*^  ;  I  Walter Safety says,  "Tell your nwih'er and  latherihatypu Want  to team Wswiin liOW/*-  'imjb  .  WOW THAT THf YOUNG  PEOPLE ARE RETURNING  TO SCHOOL . . .  it Two Dining Rooms with panoramic  Views.  ���k Lounge. Two Saunas. Heated Pool.  -^r Boat Rentals and Fishing Facilities.  Hz Lodge Rooms and Cottages.  . -k for Reservations Phone B85-2232.  MttmWkn  h^.tijft^fcWj^.!m'jim__^.ilMi^^  ItK.enuJt.v is, refilling your wrift-  watcli earh tune you We a clock that di*,-  ���igreefi with it.  Jt may boil down to a little pill whether or not the world eomes to its right  .���emu..    ���  Divorce k what happens when the  rn'-rrieiR** you thought was a, merger turns  nut to bo u cxi.-jfiJonicrate.  <i  i  ���  i  ' .nil  I    I  ' i*


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