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It appeai-s the group is concerned with  . the knowledge that a report was apparently made at a meeting of the Board in-  August but was not mentioned in the  press. The Society naturally appreciates  the fact that the Board is .concerned that  everything possible be done to preserve  the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast  tnation. .  Administrator Charles Gooding told the  Board that the chairman of the group, Mr.  P<.ter Baker, had been to the Board office  and had been shown the files regarding  the gravel projects. He had also been informed that most of the details had been  in the press but that newsmen cannot be  expected to go into every little detail.  Director Frank West suggested an attempt be made to find out when the Society holds its^next,meeting and. perhaps  one of the Directors' might care to attend.  Mr. Harry Auborn,' representing the  Wilson Creek Community Centre, explained that he had been unaware the meetings were open to the public. He said-  many people in the area were interested  in what the Board is doing and as many-  Sen, ing the Sunshirie CoosV(Howe Sound to Jen-is Inlet), including Port Me. Ion, Hopkins Landing, Groom pros Landing/Gibsons, Roberts Cree^  Wilson Creek; Selma Pork, Secheit, HalfroSoo Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Horbour/Modefro Pork, Kteindqle; Irvine's "Landing, Eorl Cove, Egmont  Volume 6, No. 44' >"    '   SpC  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,7 J969  -r  but wonders would it be asking too much q"* ?*?? j ^f being zfked he proposed  for one or tv^o directors to meet'with Society members in order to explain projected  plans of the two companies. Naturally, it  is realized that directors are busy people  attending public business' in their spare  time, but as considerable interest has been  expressed by the public, especially, in the  Secheit area, it is felt by members that  they have a right to all available infor-  SPECIAL CLINIC  ; Immunization against measles will be  Supplied free of charge by Coast Garibaldi  .Union Board of .Health for children aged  froni. 12 months to 12 years of age at the  following special clinics:  , 10 am. -12 noon Oct. 17���Madeira Park  Legion Hall.  2-00-5:00 p.m. Oct. 17���St. Mary's Hospital, Secheit.  10 sum. - 5 p.xn_ Oct. 21���Health Centre,  Gibsons.  STAMP LICKERS  lively * newrSechelt Postmaster, Bill  Lad-son,-responsible for. first zone meeting  of the Postmasters* Association to be held  in" Secheit recently, has now formed among  ���his enthusiastic staff, a group known as  the "Stomp lickers." Early on their  agenda is- formation of a bowling team  and another*plan will'be decorating-up-of  the'post office-at Christmas time in order  to create an atmosphere of festivity.  CONVENTION  ������ 'Asmuitf. ^Convention of B.C. School  Trustees Association* beirjg. held from Octobers -.8 has made" it necessary to" change'  some, kin<2 of an open forum between the  Board and the Community- Centre members. "It will be an orderly session and  not a shouting match," he promised.  Chairman' Lome Wolverton said he  considered the suggestion a reasonable  one but Mayor Bill Swain of Secheit expressed the view, that Directors are Attending so many meetings on various 'func-'  tions that he sees no reason why such  groups, if interested, should not attend  Board meetings. "They would then know  quite well what is going on. If this sort  of thing keeps up with other groups" trying the same thing, we might just as, well  let them become" the Directors," he added.  Director Cliff Gilker agreed and asked,  "Just how much time do you expect from  us?"  Mr. Aubon said that main interest related to the building inspector, Mr. Fred  .Reyburn, his presence at^a meeting-would  be welcomed.  Alternate Pender Director Bill Scoular  expressed the view, that in the event of  requests from groups, such as this, the  elected director of that particular, area  should attend.   This gained approval of  i   -  .+  ����� ..n*���  I  **���     .  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Regional District �� . >  '���j  Chamber Wisitors  Guests at the recent second Annual  Banquet of the Secheit and District  Chamber of Commerce were around  bright and early next day at 2:30 p.m.  and, looking none -Jhe worse for the  Boost BC's  ���**������* .        - * .  tourist trade  GIBSONS and Secheit^ were well represented when mayors and other dignitaries from 30 B.C. municipalities gather-,  ed at Powell River Inn, Friday, Septem-,  ber 26, to hear about Mainland Southwest,,,  a new concept in boosting B.C.V tourist  trade.  Mainland-Southwest Tourist Council  h one of the four main regional visitor  areas in BC, includes about 12,000 square ���  miles, and is about one-half the size of  Hawaii, according 'to its creator .and  guiding light, Mike -Oyenell, who is its  eo-ordjnator on a cost-basis split. 60-40  between the provincial- government tourist bureau and local tourist bureaux.  The other three regions are Garibaldi,  referred to as "the sleeping giant" of JBC  visitor promotion; Greater- Vancouver;  the Fraser Valley.  A full load���68��� visitors arrived 'by  PWA charter at noon Friday, plus 'Fly-'  ing Frank Bernard of the Georgian TOw-  ers in his own plane carrying giant-killer Harold Merrilees, MLA for Vancouver  Burrard, and Mrs. E. Tok: of "the  Vancouver Bureau. *    *"        "*  Of all the mayors in the- Mainland-  Southwest area, only one was missing-  Henry  Anderson  of  Richmond and* his  night before, dropped in at The Tunes absence was excused; he could cot get a  office to proudly show off their new seat on the plane.  Volkswagen bus donated by Pacific       The visitors were saluted by Charles  otherd^dtore but^rA^^l^rth��t    REGIONAL Board Directors made clear   taxes in an industrial area.   We would    Volkswagen   (Canada   Ltd.).    From Stowell  and  the  Max  Cameron JSenior  .a ��ut tm. ��uWx_ <��>���� wax.         ^ j^ jegujaj. meeting the fact that,   much rather have Ihe stinking mill out    left and representing the Mainland Band and relatively sunning skies on de-  it has no authority to interfere with a.   of there and pay higher taxes but it seems    Southwest   Visitors   and   Convention Planing, and were officially welcomed by  small lumber mill operation at West Se-    you give us jio choice."                        -           Bureau are: Carmen Anderson, Stan Mayor Jim Court, Hon.  Isabel Dawson,  the Building Inspector attend also.  Local airline pilot  helps air-sea rescue  'VIGILANCE of veteran pilot Fred Rit-  - ter of Tyee Airways Ltd. of Secheit resulted in saving of the life of * Mr. C  Clarke of the Secret Cove and raised the  alarm which sent a number of boats out  to attemp rescue. In order to guide the  ' vessels, Rittar flew over the area and  dived repeatedly at slow speed directly  over the victim, .  - Shortly afterwards and due to the efforts of the pilot, Clark yvas.finally,picked up by Mr. Jack Mercer of Stone's Marina. Bushed to  St. Mary's Hospital on  dielt.  Letter from Mr. and Mrs. Ben Firth  complained of smoke from a "teepee"  burner, the clank of bulldozers hauling  logs-across-rocks, roar of chain saws,  whine of a planer and the fact that wood  chips or sawdust have been seen coming  in on the tide.  A preyious letter from a group of residents of the area involved previously  wrote the Boajrd complaining of the mill.  At that iime the. Board decided it would  The writer asks the Board: "How  would you like this iwactically in your  back yard when you are paying tlie high  assessments __& we are?"  -.Members ot the Board, agreed*with  Director Frank West that the Board has  no jurisdiction regarding the matter. '    .  A spokesman for the company -told the  Times later that tbe.nearest home is at"  least four hundred yards across the^hay.  IsTo sawdust or chips seen in the water  come from .the mill for they are all burnt  investigate'^ further but made clear the in the burner. The mill has been in opera-  fact that' as the'mill was already in exis- tion for two years and while ,logs are-in-  tence and planning has not yet become'an deed dragged over rocks to the mill, the  official function of the Board, there-Tore, nearest equipment to'a. bulldozer ,is a  there'is -notthing the'Board can do". *    c        small cat.   As to the statement that the  Paul St. Pierre, MP, Chamber of Commerce president Jim McKee, and Tourist  Commission chairman Al Mantoani,  Cars were ready at the airport and the  guests were whisked for a quick "local  ���tour 'they had seen the miilsite from' the  air) and then to PR Motor Inn for a reception, lunch, and the formal slide-speech  presentation cf  the new visitor-promo-  GENERAL meeting, of the Sunshine Coast    tion concept by Ovenell, where, regional  ' - Aits Council was held at the Legion    council chairman Jim Bensley was em-  Hall, Lower Roberts Creek Road, on Wed.,    cee.  Campbell, Anna Campbell, Doug Anderson, Lorraine and Mike OvenelL  Picture presentation  at Arts Council meet  the date-of the School Board's regular    -*����������� **-�����������������.   ����   *,^j~ *^K^ ���~ -_���" ���  .. _     u.���, <��� ���*-,���'        burner, snews out <mol��> all  div iv  .**.  meetinc which' will be'held, on Wednes- -l reaching shore he 'was .cheeked and ne-    -   The latest letter states, "We .axe. aE^o-   .���?*���*"** SP^*5* out.smoKe ail day, it as  msefrim, wiuen tw*jj. oe *u.w w jrvvuaw.  -        .     *.,   ,,..- ,,.<������.. ,J _, ��� j '�����._.��._ ��� �������.'-���___ ���**^�� ,��,~.i^.,.^...* ��__.,.c*r_rv��r. ?����_.    indeed, nt operation, all. _day hut actually  Sept. 24 at 8 p.m.  A fair number turned  out despite the weather.  The meeting opened with election of  three new directors. This was made necessary owing to resignation of three who  have left the Sunshine Coast. Newly  elected were Mrs. Irene Anderson, Mrs.  With such guests as Mayors . Tom  Campbell of Vancouver, Alex Frost' of  North Vancouver, R. W. Prittie of Burnaby and so on, it was understandable that  the head table was confirmed to ''minor"  dignitaries, "Otherwise, we'd have had .a  head table a mile long," explained Bensley.      *�� -  *   ->.-.--   -   -  -   ' *-���- ���   -    -*  meewg wna.cn wm oe nsan-vn jty��uok��--   ���wr~*^ "^'J"...-'"* ,'r ���":"���' j* <_-���*���   ��� * Z' IT   mIl'7. H   i*,'  >'-S-,'^_ Xc      indeed in ooeratkm all dav 'buit actuallv    elected, were Mrs. Irene Anderson  AMWhOAiJ* * ^'**ar<L   te��d *��*r��� to* Kund- in-good .^^JS^^^^^3^^ ��� Tpt^&oWrtky A$k $2% - K^WeUs^Mrs.-Trndy SxhalU        _  o��flc* dc pifp b1d ****' ^^ta <m^ ������* *o t��yja ,T��wu.   ^ ^^-j^ ^ ^ fa- o^yron'rare'--'^rne  presidtor of -W-J^ ,#&**&- ���^Bzf&bcd praise -for .the^fepprt-^ym  occasions   when  a'*W*HSvW_^l3r".^-dii.- fflt.St^TJfriieman,  then p&sented the    to the*new regional .concept o�� the*-visi-  ������.  _������ ���>���*  **.  *>��/  ;.  ,���*��,'���*-  ��� i '"  A  blows'that-it blows in the direction of i^intijtg- "Sky and. Lonely Sea" by the  residential properties -and is prAetically idte Mr. Alex Znotin, to the Village of  dispersed by the time it re^iihes the near-".' .Gibson*. .'Mayor Wally Peterson and Al-  (^.pio'periy:"   i ,..'.,7 ���'7.'       , ,,! *   - ��� dermain Gerry DixdnTreceived thepaint-  Another point of interest is the -fact    ing on behalf of-the Village. ^  that the lumber products have been.-offi- ���. ��� ��� A highlight of the evening was the  cially inspected and permits have' '.been, slide' shoeing program by:Mr. Ross Gib-  granted, permitting export.to anywhere in '��� son:of *the Canadian Arctic.  Of,great in-  tor-promotion idea from Leri Larsen of  Pender Harbour,, Oscar Deighton, Frank  Bernard,, and Harold Merilees for "their  basic interest which promises such great  things in the 70's," and added the council's! appreciation for the, efforts of ; Al  Mantoani,   Colin   Bye,   Bob   Jolin,   and  ^.1  *.  ��. **  :-^!*��^*v<���iv_w   i'* ������>*���*.' ���  ���...*- ^-s. *-* ?,*f*.  si..     ���  ii  +���>  ���s  ���J  *_  ���  T fc_ .  I-    J  ���*      .    c  '.   >*,l'  ��� s  -. r  m  V  "���*;>���  4   t   V*  rv  ��iy.*%.. >.  ;.\  %  ��.,..  *>t-i   -.y.-*  ^- -. ii   ��*i  '   ** .  1  1  .- s  t���  *l  *> .  '��� .  ������    *  4    "V    ���    *  * ->��� ,  >        ��  .        - -       "   -i   '���'     ,  .   1 .   .   *    �� * -  ..�� >xt ;d��F.ai ib,       *  f * -�� * *   s  i��?y*  ��J*<  : ��-* a;  ��. '"J. rS  !���  ���t.r  the-world;  Another resident of tbe area who  signed the original letter of complaint was  Mr, Norm Watson, former Regional Board  Chairman, presently an Alderman* on Secheit council and supporter of a gravel  operation in the Secheit area.   , ' ���'  FJoyd North in bringing the first meet  terest  were  the  slides- of the   McClure    ing at Powell River to successful reality:  Straits and Melville Sound areas, present '"ru" ���"*"**���'* "' *"������*"*��� *'���* ���--"'--���-  in the recent news concerning the Northwest Passage voyage of the Tanker USS  "Manhattan" and the Canadian ice-breaker "John A. Macdonald."' lit was an exceptional program and enjoyed by all.  \:  ���a *t*v"i  y - -y *  ^ *rfci^r;'  **.*  , * *  Pender Graduate*  Only four of the seven Pender Harbour High School graduates were  aWe to attend the graduation ceremony held on Saturday. From left  are: John Cameron who is staying in  the area for a year but taking a  course in Wildlife Management;  Mary Brown who is working in Vancouver and studying at vocational  school; Jacqueline Griffith and Martin Donley both attending UBC.  Cavalcade Committee  Dlans Deficit Dance  GIBSONS-Sea Cavalcade may Ik; a little  "in ihe r<'d", but members are confident 1hat the tbra4day event has a rosy  future and iu-c busy planning a Deficit  danw to balance the budget before making a sturt on plans tor next year.  Held for the first time this y<*ar and  with arrangernenta made ut ��uch nlwrt  nolidi, ii wan difficult' to pro)<-<A co��.s,  but tiliis y<*ir's event will w.*t guide-linen  for an even bigger ��nd ��>etter event in  ltf70.  At a jx-<-<*nt meeting held to ��������bs and  evaluate.Uu�� year'j* activities, it w.�� decided that th��* event va�� ;*a out��Undin��  Muer.--f.pi. Co-rjpen-tii.ii of clubs, orjjaniza-  tionw. Council, School iF-oaid w��.i tienien-  d<nia and e^1,en<J��'d as far a.s Seehelt and  included  .'ill   who  participated,  The actual flnanrial deficit it believed  to !>** not trx** grout und tlie eommitKt*  Jiaj. plans to nmUe tlw Danee �� really enjoyable event which will ).e**p th��- S<-8.  Cuvak-ade spirit aliv<*. The cabaret t.tyle  event if- plwnned t��r Satuniiiy, Oc(/.lxr  )�� from *> r��.rn. in Eluhlw-Vj-ic "Uifih  Sdnwl Auditorium.  ISO homes .  Subdivider seeks water  for West Porpoise  TWO TOP class' waterfront and view /subdivisions presently well under-way  within Secheit Village boundaries will, on  completion, provide a total of at least 150  building Ms. One is owned by Osborne  Logginjj Co. Ltd., of Secheit, and the wc-  ond by Townline DevelopriM^nt of Vancouver. Both art* located at Wefjt Porpoise  Bay and both arc being cleared by Mr.  Ted Osborne,  Letter fixim Osborne lagging to the  Ikgional likwu-d last week stated that  watFcr will be required for the Townline  properly, which is adjacent to the present  village supply, His own property of about  seventy acres ja further up the Bay and  while his own water supply for this subdivision supplier. 5,500 gallon*, per day,  eventually, when fully occupied, Kufficknit  usem will probably justify an extension.  Both Village Council and lfes.!.h Officer have already ��one over the Bituii/tJon,  a Hireling with, the .Regional Board was  requested Jn order to discuss water ttrui  any other details which might Involve the  Board.  An water appeared to be the only concern InvolvinR ihe IViard at this <ime it  w*.. URneed tJie matter be turwd over in  the Waiter Committee to deal with.  Part of ��h��* finit phace of the propowd  wa.��rworkn expansion txi the Robert-.  Creek district iwludes a large* |i-e��.*rvoir  on hifch jaxniruj above Selma Park which  will make po-N'sibl*. Ripply u> the elevait**.!  areas of w.��_t Porc>i��*i ,B-jy wlik-h'ln turn  "will enable feubrftantjal nubdiviBlon devel  opment Sn that region.  Administrator Charles Gooding reported that work on the expansion eonatJ-ue-  tion should commence shortly and already  company engineers have been Sn the arc;.  assessing the .situation. The new reservoir  will Ix; a separwU: contract.  LEASE APPLICATIONS  Two J<*ase application.', involving the  Pender Harbour area were submitted ir.  the Jtepjonal Board by the Lands Branch  for recommendations. One waa for construction of a fiummer home at Skookumchuck narrow,., the Bccond involved property at Garden Bay and due to the jnici-  ef.it of alternate dw*ctor for tha* dislriei,  Bill Sehoular, lx>1h wei-e tunwd over v>  him for study ond later recommendation  to the planning commitUK..  Director Cliff Gillw-r expressed Hhe  view that all leases cominfi into Ux* Ikxtrd  for approval should l>e treatjed fairly.  SEMINAR  InviHation U> attend a seminar at Park; -  ville by the AsMMjati'in of Vancouver 1 *  land Municipal.tret, received a'cool j-eeep-  tion. It was poinled out that while Hui  might be a #.ood organization for Powell  Hi ver, it pr.M"d the problem of two fernet  for,the Sunnhine CoHint tliereby erea1int{  a leiijjthy Iravel time factor. Direcinr  Frank West question' d the advant.-iyes, if  uny, by joining.  Director Gjlker, ^uj.'j*,ested tin* mau.r  Ix* inves1i|.*,ale(i further and considered  I.'jV.i*.. H w*.s therefore lum��i_ over to iise  finante comnuUe* .or icconmniwiition-..  Regular meeting . . .  Sunshine Coast Lions Club  has Defensive Driving talk  SUNSHINE Coast Lions, now almost 40    This work is under chairmanship of Gor-  strong, are well and truly back into    die Hall,  action  following a short summer recess Lions journeyed from near and far to  and /ast, regular dinner meeting was held 'attend the Annual Workshop, held; this  Thursday, September 18 at the Peninsula year at Kamloops. Local'members attend-  Drive-In Dining Room. ing and accompanied by wives were Jack  Attendance  was somewhat down due    Nelson, John Lewis, Terry Rodway and  Joe Benner.  Next regular meeting of the club is  scheduled for October 2 at the Peninsula  Drive-In Dining Room.  Four people unhurt  from freak accident  AN UNUSUAL accident which resulted in  complete demolition of an auto but  with no occupant injuries terminated with  the appearance in court, last Tuesday, September H of Gibsons Contractor Ken Fiedler, charged with moving u bm**'ie without  a yalid permit.  Incident occurix-d at approximately  12:45 a.m. on Highway 301 when an auto  driven by Peter Martens passed up a pilot  ear and drove under 1he rear end of a  house in process of being moved alonjj  the highway by Fiedler. Three other occupants of tlie ear were Martens' wife,'  Vince Leinke and Kathy Sallis, all of the  Gibson* am..  Fiedler was fined $50,00' and police are  understood to Ix* investigating other circumstances relating to the incident.  Appearing in Secheit- Count last week  Ix-fore Judge Charles Mittelsteadt, K'*��-  neth West of Davis Bay was fined $50 on  a charge of driving without due care and  attention. Churgv ��r.is��e resulting from an  incident In which West drove a motor vehicle jnto the rear end of a parked auto.  Mario Dominio of Powell River was  also fined $50 on a similar charge whieh  retulted from an accident at Halfmoon  Bay in which he loot control of hi.-s truck,  left the highway, struck a boulder and  rolled over .an. embankment. Damage to  tlie vehicle was eslimsited at $".,<M.O.  ' Two Juvenile*; of Halfmoon Bay wer<��  put on probation for one year and ordered  io pay restitution after br*-*��W\<nf, m\o a  number ot Uoat* sutd itr.alJng cerUnn von-  icnts, .  to other commitments by some members  but an interesting evening was reporU*d  us the resuR of appearance by Mr. Bob  Greenwood of the Provincial Defensive  Driving Course who proved an adept  yuest (speaker.  Many drivers c<invjcled of driving mis-  demeanorK are instructed by, thc Motor  Vehicle Branch to either take this short  defensive driving course or submit their  drivers licence to tbe Superintendent of  Motor Vehicles for one month.  The course, however, ifi available to  the driving public as a whole and may  be taken at, a number of locations, nearest on the Sunshine Coast is Powell River.  PUm.^ are under way U> make the cour.M.  available locally through the Adult Education elates. PivM-ntly they Involve  four two hour (sessions at a total coet of  $8.  This course' is not for the learner but  rather for experienced driven*. As an example of the effectiveness of the course  Mr. Gn-enwood cited a commercial trucking firm which put jtr. drivers through  it with a resultant uwing of 50 per cent  in the previous accident rate.  Chairman of the upcoming Annual  Lions Steak-ln Ik Fred Jorgenw-n who  reports good progresa and ba�� ��et <iuU>  for iblt- event at Oetolx.r 18 in the Peninsula Moloiti Ltd. tihow rooms.  Tick��1 s art- now available from Lien*  member* at the tom.wh��l unu*������l price  ��tr\ictuj*e of $3.33 each or three for $10.  Due to isucccT... la,*.t year of the Stcak-In  it hasi been decided to hold two sittings  this yT*��r. First wmm<-ncing at. 7 p.m., the  second 5> p.m. Ticket t>a]es are limited.  Anothfr project of the club kept winn*  of the m'-nil-vrs active ov<*r the p.-et,  w<*ekend. This was Mint of a tlni-kerlxwnl  al the Senior Citizcnc Homes-Kite, Weather pernntti-if; it, h hojxif to complete  the oVojtxi v/itiu'n (Jm. tmxt w��k or'two.  The purpost of tourism is to discover  ���see page A-4  ���.���������t  . -i.  ii f, i *     _��  * . ** ���  _.-��-:  ,.. ���   *,-. . .'���..;, - <|*-*y   .  . ���*��    i ���   ' ������ ��** &*4 ��� ,i. t.��.  '   1  ~  ��*^a^**rx:-r<BSftL**j-  > **��� v     ^*61 **'? \ ' -'o-pSn^'  ,**���-  ���f'   .*  *���'* _  ***** 11  ��-_���  *-*.���":.'���",>v*<*,"*-r  **���.����__.*      4**.  Local MP  Paul St. Pierre, MP for Coast - Chil-  colin, was among the iriany guestfi  who attended the Mainland Southwest  tourist - promotion get-togcUier P'ri-  <lay, .September M. He arrived with  68 other passengers aboard a s|>ecial-  ly clJAriered PWA. plana,.  ���. < ' \ I . . c  i     J \ *    1      * 'i     - *  *     ""j     * i      **''''       - ���-  ' * ���. ** r   1     *      ��� -,_ '   -"    ' * "* * '        \   ,- ^'    _        ���'    j     *"��Y r I,,*. ^  *��� 4.'C        f if    rtf  *'}- J-,\t-    ���       -. *��/' ft V-ifV'v 0 ���*/*   �� *^*^-vv^v-*-J*^'Vf--^'^'. V l^*>.>li;i^VH��'^-*v*^��^'^V-^'-'^--*rf^^iy* ^J***** V->3*��w/->��j''j'a-v1 ^vV^-r <#-'v   -Ft--****'*'--'**-**'.'' -*  ^���"-c *��� _ ���  f^aA^Tfee-^nmsulo Times, Wedjtesdoy/Oct 1, 1969   F0R RENT (Continued)    ..!- REAL ESTATE (ContfmisV f&AL ESTATE (ConHnued) 'UAl ESTATE (Continued)      REAL ESTATE (Continued)   FOK SAtE ffiffltimied)  ��.vs.T_���___���������.*-,-*   ,,;,������, f*.", ���,���,.-,;_.,-. .,yr s, ���>,���-��,  6  IksPiaim^IATA^ Secfcfelt ->fc6ne 885:?j654  CtessitFied  '.  ll>_IWMMWI*l*l-_t1W-IUMWMWaa_KJMW��a��#W*��WI>^^  Published Wednesday "by  The PeninsuJo Times Ltd.,  ot Secheit, _J.C.  Member, Aod.. Bureau  ��� of Circulations -   .  ,  Moreb 3J, 1.969,  Cross Circulation 2360  ,   Paid Circuit-Won 2081  Classified Advertising Rates:  '3-One Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion 75c  Three  Insertions '. $1.50-  ���xtro lines (4 words)  15c  {This rote does not opply to  commercial Ad-Briefe.)  Box. Numbers  10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added '  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per ccnot line.  Display advertising in classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rotes���  8y mall. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  Bv mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail,, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons���  Thurs., Fri.3 Sat., Oct. 2. 3. 4.  & Sat. Matinee 2 p.m. Double  Feature. Walt Disnev's  "SMITH" and' "Incredible  Journey". Mon., Tues., -"Wed.,  Oct. 6, 7, 8. Double feature  Both restricted.- "I'll Never  Forget- What's 'is Name" and  "Birds In Peru". Show time 8  p.m.  Ph. 386-2827.       3363-44  BIRTHS  -GRAMMA and Grampa Ray  Clark are tickled pink to announce the birth of their first  Grandchild, Becki Kim, 6 lb.  11 cz, bora September 19,  1969. The paternal Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. Cavalier . say this is old stuff to  them. .Its their fourth grandchild. Oh yes,' the parents are  Sendy and Dave Cavalier.  3338-44  WORK WANTEfc <Con>.)  TILLxCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RR1 Seehelt, Ph.  885-2191 tprelorably evenings.  2754-tfn  BEAT the fall winds; We top,  liirib.fajl or put T.V, antennas   in   trees.   Insured  work,'  ONE Furnished and one un-  ., * furnished one bedroom apartment, Available in Secheit,  'October 1st: Phone 885*28152.  i "-..���_      ,  $241-ffti  Housekeeping  room, "ail  ,found.     Private     entrance.  Clean & warm. .Working man  only. Selma Park. 885-9535.  " 3210-tfn  ROOM br rent on Snodgrass  Rd., Selma Park. $35 month.  Phone 885-2205,       y 3310-44.,  - 3 ftOOM furnished cottage in '  West Sechelf. Ph. 885-9676.  3320-43  tifALFMOON Bay.New house,  2     bedrooms,     -waterfront  Furnished, electric heat. Until  done -to your satisfaction. Our    Ms    3l    t No children. 298'  ��**_m      ,io_ ;��~.^4-,_      ��..._,     I-..     I......... ���_  ' _._.    . _.  free estimate may he lower  than you think. Phone 885-  2109. 3054-tfn  FOR custom rock drilling &  blasting, Phone 885-9591.  \    3047-tfn  COMPLETE    gardening   service, weeding; pruning etc.  Ph. 886-2963. _ 3207-tfn  APPLIANCES SERVICED ���  All major appliances, refrigeration. Phens 885^2359 from  8:30-9:30 aura, and 12-1.30  p.m.\ ' 3351-47  GIRL 13- available baby sitting, evenings after 7 p.m.  & weekends. Also house cleaning. Ph. 886-2343.        3344-44  EXP. steno gen. office, desires  full-time or part-time, position.    Shorthand - 90    w.p.m.  Typing 60-65. Ph. 885-2302.  3345-46  5912  or 298-8268.  3336-tfn  HEL^P WANTED  CARD OF THANKS  I WOULD like to thank all  my friends,' neighbours and  relatives for their thoughtful-  ne~s in sending good wishes,  flowers and gifts while I was  in St. Paul's Hospital recently  for spmai, (surgery. Special  thanks to" Dr.'A. Swan <jf Secheit and I>r. H. MacNeifl and  .'his assistShts.' Thanks tolTyes  Airways for my safe and' comfortable journey home. Special .'���' thanks to our A Seehelt  RCMP for special . patrolling  of our home. Sincere appreciation to our kind neighbours  who supplied beautiful dinners, home baking, preserves,  pickles and gifts., Also for the,  reclining chair brought to our  home for my eomfprt. My  heartfelt thanks to all: Gladdy  " Prost.      . 3369>-44  OBITUARY  HARRIS ��� Op September 27,  .. 1969, atS-Chelt, B.C. Elizabeth Holmes Harris of Canning, Nova Scotia, aged 36  years. Survived by one daughter, Mrs. W. G. (Ruth) Harris  of Secheit. One son John Canning, Nova Scotia, One brother  Ross Millard of Han_y, B.C.  One sister Mrs. Eleanor Jlatt  of Lombard, Illinois. Memorial  Service at Canning, Nova Scotia. Cremation, Harvey Funeral Heme, Gibsons, B.C., Directors. 3370-44  '-"I���*- ~-*r- ���  PERSONAL  ,. .,i I,,..  .,1   AVON products���Selma Park,  call 885-2363. 3236-44  '" * "I ��� '"���'��� ���"; - *"���������"  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���*  'Meetings 8:30 p.m.,' Thursdays, WJltfon Creek Community -Ha_.. Ph. 885-9327 or 836-  2970. 3300-tfn  MEN  ��� Buy h��r Avon  for  Christmas.  iRechelt  &   Wilson   Crock   urea.   tli.   Helen  Phillips, 885-2183. 3367-52  MEMORIAM  Gone from mc but ��� leaving  nienmric'i,  Death fan n��ver take way,  Memories that will always  linfjfr.  While upon this earth I day.  In loving memory of my husband  Hank vMio passed away  7Sep1<>inb;vi-  30,   31)04  ���  Vera  Clark. -3349-14  LICENSED log salvager re-  \ quired on contract basis. All  -equipment and salvage vessel  supplied. Only experienced  and responsible need reply.  Phone 885-9722. 3249-tfn  PART-TIME help, paid hourly rate, servicing retail stores  in Secheit area, for a national  company. Experience preferred. Apply Box 3308 Peninsula  Times, Box 310,-Sechalt.  3308-44  CABLE T.V. technician or ap-  prentice. Must be keen on  ekctrcnics. Ready to learn.  Energetic & ambitious. High  sch. grad. prefered. Excellent  prospects for right man. Write  to 1230 56 St., Delta, B.C.  3372-44   L   OPPORTUNITY for a cook to  increase experience in a  position of, challenge. Year  rourd Resort Hotel ��� Lord  Jim's Lodge, RR No. 1, Half-  rrioon' Bay,-B.C. Phone: Mr.  Wolstencroft at 885-2232.  3352-44  FULLY furnished 1 bed du-  , p.ex, elect, heat.' avail, im-  med. Sunshine' Coast TraUsr  Park.' 886-9326: -. 3371-44  FURNISHED house, two bed-.  room,   oil  heat,   adults,  no  psts. Soames Point. ,886-2549, ���  - 3346-44  1-3   bedroom  apartments   for  rent Apply Apt 6, Seaview  Apartments, Gibsons.   3343-44  WANTED TO REMT  THREE bedroom heme requir-  - ed by regional district  superintendent. Contact Office  885-2838 or Box 936, Hope,  B.C. 3365-46  WANTED to sublease by  wholesaler ��� 100 sq. ft. of  existing showroom for new  display. Gibsons-Sechelt. Must  be able to maks arrangement  with lessor for Tel. answering,  servics during normal store  hours.. Box 3353, Peninsula  Times, Secheit. 3353-44  REAL ESTATE   WATERFRONT LOT and 3  view lots in Garden Bay,  Pender Harbour. Box 1,* Garden Bay, Pender Harbour. Box  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. or  Phone 883-2336. Owner.  2882-tfn  MacGregor Pacific Realty  presents  SAN SOUCI ESTATES  Situated In  SECRET COVE  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Naida Wilson  *������ 885-9746 or write:  Box 390. Secheit, B.C.  2910-tfn  CALL1SON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 30c BUNCH  Contact plant before pit-king. -  , Located   at  Roberts   Creek,  across street from etore.  Phone 886-2633  3168-tfn  but,ii mii-min-i i.i     ..-..���.ii. i ���   i   ���  ��� in....���-...I     '���-     i '  '������"���  saw aAill���  planer workers  Steady Employment  Also operator with mechanical  experience for small cat and  other equipment, $2,75-$3.25.  Must b<_ permanent residents  in this ana nnd have reliable  tra'nsportut^on. No drifters,  '  Phone 885-9722 day or eves,  3248-tfn  WANTED  THOHNE. Duncan  October  "So tench us to number ��ur  days ,thal we may apply our  f��"tStt5   unto   wfxdmny   f*J*aJ��.  Gone )o a hflppier hunting  ground. Sndlv niissnl Ijv Lu-  ell.i; Weiidv; Gl.nna <V Tinker.  3:h��-*i*i  PENINSULA    EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J,  M.   Hayes  at  Seehelt,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-lfn  FOR RENT  MTsSlfioNTorjit.  Fiinii-Jud   1  bedroom watirfront. c-utt,aj;e,  $80 month. Ph, 922-5081.  3290-4*1  FULLY  furnished  4 , bedroom  home,     waterfront,'    Pender  Harbour. Ph. 731-5050.  3291-44  HAU7"r<��r rerit.���Wilron Cmk  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-957.'..  ?.<.35-<.fn  FURNS HRD~~ "n^*rn~ "��< hi n,  i-l��-1rJt." ht'ftl, Madeira Park.  Ph. 683-2643. 3233-44  |      WORK WANTED  SMALL cAUtSP in Secret Cove  with fridge &��� clove. Vrv  ni'iorji:'.' for boat. Delightful  MijiX-unding. Por.t.il.ility of  fume wintir rmpluymenl fur  rhjht eouple. PI). 8B.r)-0998.  3245-t.fn  tXI'KKU'^CKI)      dn-M..iru��ker  &  ullej'uiion,,,. p!*. B��6-2903.  2  l.KDHOOM   fully   furnished  UKf-liil'* hou)��*  avnilable, Immediately,   Gilwiu.   nrra,   Ph,  f-.'.a   nr r i  We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots on the Sunshine Coast.  For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or L. Campbell.  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MocGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  EWART McMYNN    ,  ' REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  Need a New, Cave?  Are the Dinosaurs  Pressing In on You?  Let: Vine", and Do help you  Carye q New Cavern!  Try West Secheit for a big  view property, 'highway access,  community services: Living  room looks across Georgia  Straits, 2 bedrooms, bath and  kitchen, all electric, good garage, $5,500 will start you on  $15,500 full price.  Make your best move on  terms offer: Big family home  on 130 x 250 ft. cornel- view  lot in Selma Park: Panelled  feature wall in livini; room,,  good cupboards throughout  kitchen and dining room, 2  bedrooms on ijpin floor, 2  more below, with rec. rm., -  el. heat with auxiliary furnace  f >r rmertuwiJ-i, nun deck**,  garage. All services. Full price  only   $26,500.  Big Family?, Try thin four-  bedroom (and ;m extra one,  ki.ihII) .-pot for size! Over 2  Here., cowl land, with highway  fi-ontagi'. 121.0 i\q. ft. living  space heje, wilh hall through,,  cut-KtoiH' fireplace, vanity 4-  pl��*ce baUirm, A-oil furnace,  ulw> gruvn house, rock ^.urdeu,  eU\ V.L.A.. appruwd, $23.500  f.p., $15,000 down preferred,  ,1...Im rtiH Creel.,  Ch.ieft.nl-m choose GI1.SONS:  'Exec, 1yp<' 3-bedn>oin view  limn", big lol: $;iO,000. Individually ,'lylcd wnterfront hoin*-,  level' Jot* $33,000; Country H-  bdnn, home wilh best grounds,  fiereogc: $27,000; .Sjjeein) wat-  <t'fi'Kiil. on aereaf.e, 3-b,drufnn  hotne with unuMually fine  ,:ueM hou:,.*: $65,000; all thc;,e  on  tertri-i if required,  Lik.* to DO IT YOUIISELF?  S**'* us lor an exti-llent choice  of 5-aero bloeku, loll-;, !'md  olhf'T l.-indf., V/ateifront IM*,  $7,000 tip.  Good, lively }.u;ine.i!,<*f;.  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Wortmon        886-2393  Vince Prewer       886-9359  Box 233. GJb;;o*-*!, B.C.  ZVA-W        . 333*3-44  IF YOUR DESIRE ,tO  " sat y0ur PRffimy  We Offer ... .  -^iCofttinuous adveMiping 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." .  -  -i-TSTo 'change to'ybu Si ihere fe  no sale.'  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 8fc5*-2235  Box 155, Secheit, B.C.  Box 369, Gibsons,  B.C.  "3280-tfn  ....GAMBIER ISLAND ��� WatT  srfrontage, '4V4 iacres- with lge7  modern home facing south,  power and water, property  nicely treed with easy slope,  ramp and float. Good safe  beach. Attractively priced at  $32,500.  . GIBSONS ���- Level 2% iacres  with fully serviced cottage  fronting on Highway In cdm-  iriereial    'area.    Full     Price,  $is,qoo.  ��� Waterfront, 200 ft. fully  serviced property in new  home area with spectacular  view, overlooking famous salmon Rock. One of the choicest  building sites on the coast.  Full Price $10,500, terms.  GOWER POINT ��� 2Vz acres  of level cleared. land on  black top road. Full price  $4;000.  HALFMOON BAY ��� 5  acres with creek, close to  school and beach. Full Price  $3,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� Waterfront. 30 acres suitable for  subdivision, two bedroom cottage with water and power on  back acreage. Full Price  $75,000. Terms.  PENDER HARBOUR ���  Large waterfront property  with modern fishing lodgs  consisting of two self-contained two bedroom units,  each with large bright kitchen and modern plumbing.  Common living room with  large rock fireplace and picture windows overlooking harbour. Ample cleared space on  property for cabins, etc. Full  Price, $40,000.  ���Semi-waterfront lots all  fully serviced with access to  launching and moorage. Full  Price $3,000 to $3,500.  Call  Morton  Mackay  886-9900 Eves.. 886-7088  FINLAY REAiTY LTD.  Gibsons Coquitlam  3358-44  THE SUM SHINES ON  50' Waterfront Lot. $7,800.  SELMA PARK���Open plan  family home on two floors. 3  bdrms ��� 2 fireplaces i��� 2 kitchens. $28,000 try $7,000 dowp.  MIDDLEPOINT ~- 4 acres  ..with 423' waterfront. Post  beam summer home, $45,000,  EXCELLENT   commercial  lot  ���centre Sechejt���highway lo- -  Nation, ~\&ti&. and cieafed. All  Services  Wy__.l2ble.   Bos   1104  - Peninsula Tiines. 1104-ifl)  BLOCK BROS.  Phone ��� Mr.   .Good   263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all prop-  . erties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES  ' 3061-tfn  For the most complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  call  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  For Free Catalogue  Phone 885-2235  3279-tfn  EGMONT: Where the fishing  is GOOD1 Attractive 3 bdrm.  home 'on sunny 70' W-F lot.  Ideal' summer, or weekend  hideaway. Buy now and enjoy  Thanksgiving weekend fishing and relaxing. Call DON  TAfT -883-2284.  BOBERTS" CREEK: If you  are a golfer, build your dream  home near the course. Gently  sloped acre with Hwy. frontage. Only $3,000.  GOWER POINT: Nearest  offer to $10,000, Gives possession of large semi-clear W-F  lot  >ENDER HARBOUR  2Yz acre William Island  Price $35,000  at Irvine's Landing in  Pender Harbor. Sheltered, .: -  drilled well, terms available  4 ACRE trailer park or motel site, across highway from  Pender Harbour Hotel. Excellent terms.  CHOICE semi waterfront &  view lots. From $3,500 at  Madeira Park and Earls Cove.  Excellent terms.  ONE waterfront lot left at  I?arls Cove subdivision. Excellent terms.  6VJ* ACRES, 1,000' Highway  frontage. Ex. Subdivision or  Commercial Site. $8,000. At  Madeira Park. Excellent terms,  OLLI SLADEY,  Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 883-2233  3314-tfn  VIEW HOUSE ��� Gibsons  Village, small 2 bdrm. home,  suit couple for retirement or  couple starting, out. Nice L.R.  ���&l_itch. C-W oil stove and  fridge. 4 pc. bath & laundry  tub. Lot 80 x 120. F.P. $12,600  with $2,500 down on terms.  886-2481  TECHNICAL   books   mow   in  stock* Ya't  the .Times Book  Store, : Secheit,   Carpentry  WATERFRONT     ���     Choice  beackjots- Buy now,' Going  fast. Stop in-at our office at  Halfmoon Bay for pamphlet   welding ������ plumbing ������ draft-  Phone 885-9683. H.  B. Gordon  & Kennett Ltd, Secheit, 885-  201?. ' 3062-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  SEMI - WATERFONT lot  with visw on Stevens Rd.  Only 100 ft. from a sandy  beach.    All    landscaped    and  ,    , . - _. .     ready   to   build.   F.P.   $5,775  Looking,   .for     Investment    ^g^.  Property? Here's over 16 ac.  WHY, PAY RENT?  Good selection  used  Mobile  Homes  Easy Terms Available  PACIFIC MOBILE HOMES  2667 Kingsway  Vancouver 16, B.C.  Ph. -112-434-0208  Ask for Roy.  3317-tfn  CANADIAN BUILT!   .  GENERAL MOBILE HOMES  Many Exciting New Models  Features   utility   room    with  3rd. entrance. Immediate delivery. 7 yrs. financing.  Trades considered  PACIFIC MOBILE HOMES  2667 Kingsway,  Vancouver 16, B.C.  Ph. 112-434-0208.  v Ask for Roy  3316-tfn  in good location and fronting  blk. top road. Try your offer  on $17,500.  Another good holding property, 10 arable acres with a  view. $9,500 for limited time.  GIBSONS:   Terrific  buy  in  family honie is this attractive  3 bdrm. gem on view lot. Spacious living room with fireplace and top grade W-W carpet. Kitchen features counter  top 'cooking and wall oven in  complimentary color. Full  bsmt. A-oil heat. Close to  shops and transportation.    ,  Comfortable older home  with unblockable view of  Howe Sound from large picture window. Convenient to  shops etc. Terms on $10,000.  TOPS IN VALUE is this  very attractive new home on  view lot. 3 bdrms. with the  master bdrm. ensuite. Eye appeal decor throughout and  many extra features make this  home a must to see. The price  right and terms attractive.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons. B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  '" .SERVICE' ���:  %. Butler  Ron McSayi-ney  Ed Butler  Don Tait  ��� 886-2000  ��� 88,6-9656  ����� 886-2000  -^ 883-2284  3327-43  DAVIS BAY *��� 165* W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast.  SELMA PARK���Waterfront  overlooking frail Bay & Islands. Nicely landscaped and  well kept grounds. 4 bedroom  house, 2 up and two down,  Bastement with A-oll -furnace, .  laundry room & extra bathroom  WEST SECHELT  VISTA    VIEW ��� Lots,  on ,  water    system.    Going    fust,  choice   of   nine.   Now   $2,800,  Terms.'  '    TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1600 each.  TILLICUM BAY: 2 bedroom home, has large livin/*  room with W-W una stum*  fireplace, new A-oil furnace,  Good value at $11,500.  GIBSONS ��� This new, well  planmed West wood hom*' ofl'<-i,*i  Juts of living opiu-x*. Larj{e liv*  Inj;,, room, 3 bedrooms, 2'fire-  plumi, full bawrncnt, car purl.  On C acres. $20,000,  E. PORPOISE BAY���3 an��,  100' waterfront, candy heaeh,  Unfinished 3 bedroom cottare,  $17,500. $11000 down.  wilson   creek   -  :y  ��cm. with yi.*nr round erei 17  2 bedroom basement hour  wilh enrpurt. 1 ner*.* clean.I,  Secludtii. Half ear.h at $17,000.  ���SELMA PARK ��� Lovly  view lot with older 2 bedromu  home, Bird wmctuary witn  eiM-lo-iure*.. Imported bird",  Take all for $17,500 ca*h. AU  2 hedroom home on Ur%{> vx-v.  lot at $15,3*50 cash.  Mt',l<ti_'le Lihting Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  332*M!.'r_  ., ONLY $500 PER ACRE for  19.6 , acres on Port Mellon  Highway, just above , sawmill  development. Gently rising  land with two streams. Only  $9,500' full price, or' $2,500  ��lo\vn with balance $35 per  month at 8 per cent.  886-2481  LANGDALE WATERFRONT, a natural for marina  and/or first class lodge. Six  acres of wooded land with a-  bout 1000' witerfront,. induing picturesque peninsula,  Access potential direct from  highway. $45,000 full price on  terms half cash.  886-2481  ROBERTS, CREEK,   cleared  and     fenced     wml-waterfront  Jot   with  excellent  View   and ,  car;y occess to beach by road- ,  way, Ready for building now.  $5,775 full price., ,  886-2481  VIEW HOME IN GIBSONS  only 11 years ojd NHA built  one own-.r.' Post tk beam LSv-  hv;. Room, /t;ood wized k J Uteri,  modern hut li room, three bedroom*-, loirs of cupbo'iird space,  Firepluci. jn Jiving room, wlso  Jn l.uM'.nei)., which tsliares the  view, -and could Ix,* developed  as rev room or kuiU*. Auklng  $30,000 wilh $10,000 cash. Ar-  rwifje to Net* thJN Boon.  '886-2481  MODERN HOME nwr Gran-  thwin.i <jd M'eluded uen.'Ujje.  Very mttructlve, jn and out, 16  x 16 living room, kitchen and  two JlxJl )>edi'.>o��_M, nice Ixith-  I'oiu. Within GiUsonr* village  bounds rie.s, Abkiijf,; $12,500  try  ypur  terms, owner w��nts  to  ��(.JJ,  8116-24 81  'Mr. Crosby,'eves.       886-ZOrm  Mr. Whitf", rm, eiif.-2i.35  Member Multiple Lifting  Service      I  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Ei-Ink* & Iusur-inee  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  33**50-44  886-2481  ACREAGE ��� Pine Rd. and  Lower Rd. with 1200 ft. of  road frontage. Good holding  property. Price for qii_ek sale.  $4400 .terms.  886-2481  Member  Multiple  Listing  Service  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons 886-2481  3275-42  ROBERTS CREEK  1287  Close to beach & store.  Clean well-built 2 bdrm.  home. 1 acre lovely treed  property facing on 2 roads.  Ideal for- subdivision. $14,950.  Terms.  SECHELT DUPLEX  1237R  Lovely new home plus deluxe suite i-ented at $80 per  mo. Oak /low;.,-fireplace, vanity, 4 pee. bath, carpoz-ti workshop. -Landscaped. Priv. ent.  Retire with revenue. Handy  location. Wal}c ^�� shop, beach  & government wharf. $29,900.  Terms.  ''���'���'.���   WEST SECHELT  WATERFRONT  1265 7  7.'  Over 1 -'acre, 3 rm. cottage  ren!ted plus beach cabin. Highway nins through property:  Ideal for subdivision. 100'  ' beach front. F.P. $21,000, '%  down.7  500' WATERFRONT  1288  1 Bargain   Harbour   area   on  , Hwy, 101, $22,000 F.P. Call J,  W, Anderson, 885-2053.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155, Seehelt, 885-2235  3357-44  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  Phone 263-4993 collect or  736-5933 Mr. Good  We Coyer The Waterfront  HOBBY FARM: S/oall holding. Two rm. cabin, year  round water supply, retirement or horses etc. Off hwy.  nr. Roberts Creek. Mr. Good.  $11,950. About 4.6 acres, 203-  4093.  CARS ond TRUCKS  1963   CHEV   panel,   excellent  condition.      Ph.      885-2357  evenings. 3283-44  '61 VOLKSWAGEN, $375. Ph.  885-2821. 3307-43  TRADE or sell���"67 Datsun 4  dr, sports model with large  motor. 35-40 m.prg. A-T. Radio. Bucket Seats. Like new in  & out. 22,000 miles, $1900 sell  or trade for Vz ton pick-up���  up or down. Ph. 885-9534.  3335-43  '68 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass SuZ  preme. Bucket Seats, low  mileage. Ph. 883-2528.  3368-45.  3 TON G.M.C.  truck, 2 speed  axel,   good   condition,   $695.  Ph. 885-2315. 3366-44  MOTORCYCLES  1948 INDIAN 74 for sale. For  information Phone 885-9400.  3313-43  TRAILERS  8 ft. x 31 ft. furnished house  trailer for sale. Ph. 885-2288.  3347r44  BOATS ond ENGINES  2 CLINKER boats ,12*. 3 &~4  hp   B   &   S   motors.   $100.  Caravelle 14' 6 hp B & S motor, $125. 383-2577.       3227-43  BOAT Insurance Information.  Marine insurance Claims.  Capt. W. Y. HSggs, Box 339,  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425. 2533-tfn  22 FT. Cabin Cruiser for sale.  Volvo     110     inboard���outboard, with trailer. Ph. 885-  2306. 3220-43  28W TURNER sea-skiff. Well  equipped including phone, oil  range, pressure hot & cold  water and anchor winch.  Chrysler hemi with 2/1 over  drive. Madeira Marina Ltd.  883-2206. 3226-44  15'   Cadilac   aluminium  boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, with trailer & tarp. 885-2007,    2359-tfn  GREY1* marine djese), 427 cu.  in. 2-1 snow Nadsted reduction gear. $300. Ph. 883-2324.  3318-45  ing ��� house wiring. Fix your  Volkswagen, Chev, Ford, Plymouth. All about small gas  engines and many others. Ph.  885-9654. 3051-tfn  SMITH     Corona,     standard  typewriter with extra-large  type, in new condition, special  at half-price. Phone 885-9654.  2540-tfn  RUBBER stamps of all descriptions  may  be  obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders,  DUOTHERM large oil heater,  $30. Colonial table, $15. table lamp. $4, Phone 886-2916.  3298-42  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgan*  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  BEAUTIFUL    semi     acoustic  guitar, electric with case &  strap.    Sacrifice,    $100    cash.  885-9654. 3154-tfn  SHEEP MANURE aged, ready  for use on lawns & gardens,  in bags. Eland er Farms, Shaw  Road, Gibsons, 88G-2400.  Y3309-tfn  WEBSTERS new standard dictionary for home, school &  office, $159. At The Times  Book Store, Secheit, Ph. 885-  9654. 3052-37  POWER stump puller or boat  haul out winch, capacity 20  ton, by East Hope, $125.  Brummel, Loekyer Road,  Roberts Creek. 3299-45  FIREPLACE, alder, delivered.  Local & Vancouver arta. Ph.  886-2438. 3305-46  WHITE automatic sewing machine,    with   folding   stand.  Also 9' x 9' tent. 885-9387.  3302-44  FOR LETTERHEADS, envel-  opes, statements, invoices  and all commercM~A"prhiting,  contact tbe Times office at Secheit or vhone 885-9654.  ELECTRIC    Gurney    220    v.  range, $50 or best offer. Call  885-9409. 3361-46  SET of 6 wcodturning chisels.  $5. Set of 9" Disston chisels  in case as new, $18. Monarch  pressure pump c/w tank, as  new, $70. Ph. 883-2624.  3350-44  DOUBLE oven Tappan range  with metal cupboard, below  element, $200. Electric clothes  dryer,, $60. Ph. 885-2142.  .  3339-46  NOW AT The 'Times Bookstore, Seche-lt:+~ Complete  hunting, fishing, '��� sailing &  horseman's bible series, $2.50  each. Sunset gardening &  hObby books. Oataadiana books  for adults & juniors. Ph. 885-  9654., -'3340-tfn  ART BOOKS���Made Simple  Series���Maps & Map Making  ���Childrens Book*���Hunting���  Horses-sSomething foV everyone available at The ��� Times  Bookstore, Seehelt. Ph. 885-9654.  2161-tfn  WATERFRONTAGE: Por-  poiBe Bay. Alxiut 43 o<|-res,  with 175 ft. wbilrf, boat; basin,  sheltered with 1/jo. home, mod.  Plus other framed jn. Cowl rd.  in ten inJns, Seehelt. Our low,  low appraisal, I_ock Mtoek ck  barrel. Only $300,000 with  low dn. payment or your offer*;. Exeellent club or private  location, year round. Resort  urea, Mr, Good 263-4933.  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Located nr. the Bargain Narrows.  Good for Hinall bout owner.  Three Jots uw a paekuge buy.  About 250 ft. waterfront. Only  $1)1,500 with half down. Mr.  Good 203-4393.  HOTEL LAKE: Off road nr.  Irvine.*. Landing, Pender Harbour. Approx. f55 ft, Lake! n-  boi.it 250 ft. deep. Some rd. in.  Only $3,850.  BARGAINS: Our dollar 1)9  ���special, Only 15 lots at Rein.,*.  Park. 'Light lm*h vS��*w 'lots  only. $39!) down, $50 per jilo.  iWv. Mostly 75 it, by l,).r. It,  Mr. Good 263-491.3. Jn.ipert,  tin tie now. (  I CO Vim YOUR AREA  LIST NOW  Mr.   Good   263-4903  1 BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  3312-1 fn  LOST  LADY'S  glasses   with  clip-on  sunglasses.   At   Sattery   Bay  Picnic Site. Phone 485-4956,  2124-44  IF THE pcrso'i-i who removed  Lndi's Brown puns.' from  GihnoreV, Store Sat,, Sept. 13,  would plea,'-,!.* n.'iu'rn mint*  with content*-., (exeepl money)  to Penin,*ulu Thriii'i.. Office or  mail tu Gibnon*"'; Vurioty  Shop, Seehilt, B.C.; they may  keep the money and no questions asked, JCye hJumm**. ond  identity cardti are needed ..idly by the owner. Gllmoi'i'V:  Variety Shop. 3356-45  IFOUND '  WANTED TO BUY  DEEP   well   pressure   pump,  wanted,  will  trade shallow  well pump or buy.' Ph. 885-  2306.      1 3221-43  SWAP  SWAP 20 ft. beachcomb'.boat  for property or cash or anything yalued at $1,000. G-eo O,  Fawkes,  885-2100.        .3362-45  LEGALS  BLACK    kitten    with    while  feet at Davis Bay. '8ljr>-23:.7,  3373-44  FOR SALE  BUY   your   tra.li   Incinerator  from    ^k'C-lM���lt    Kinsmen    at  $3,50  each.   Phone  88V9M2.  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Pa.nt-~Flrm'f.tass���Ro!H*-~  CanvaH���Boat JJardwaro  Comprcw-d air service for  ���skiodivfra air tanks,  SMndiverH  availnWe fox  ��_dva.{j�� work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886 9303, Gibson.., U.C.  Form No, 18  (SectiOjn 82)  LAND ACT  Notice  of  Intention  to Apply  to Lease Land  Jn Land Rm.fding DJetriet  of Vancouver and Ni1un1*e on  ifouth coant of Nelnon Ishmd  between Aeltlund Point, and  Cnpe Cock burn.  Tain* notice that Keniticth  Gordon Terrlr-.s of 1958 Oj'deu  Avenue, Vancouver 9, B.C.,  occupation architect, Intend,  to iipp]y for a louse of the following described land.:-���  Commencing nt a p��Mt  planted ,;>n the chorchne ��p-  j>l'oxiiniitely 5,100 fei*t e��'t <'f  the t-nn Jxrtuidary of Jot 1425;  thence north 300 feet; thenee  "eufit 100 fe.t; thenee nouth ap-  proximatrfy 300 f.t*t to th**  fhoreline; 'thence 1 west nproxi-  mnlely 100 fer-t following th*>  (*:hor<"lin��. nnd containing "  neves, mon* or lem, for the  purj>or,��*  of  recreational   ��*'*���  Kenneth Gordon Tcrrifw  ThiUd 25  S��*ptemb<*r,  1069.  Slaked   3J   AuguKt.   I960.  2?,:/^pu\,, ���ki, ), is, lb, n, IW>�� *��� J**,'     (���'**,"**���-*-* ,il .  ��/-*"*���*    .,   -J*  X.     4-  ^-*.>   ���/V*,** V' V* J>-���"*���f'-V-V'^*-*',  ^-^"V-O-VvV  fw"V*-.l- *"    J-    .  J-  1 V v ���VJ**-v'   .���%-"('>*�����(. *���>*��� J*^��*���-^���'-.��*i./'v-v/m , ),. j'^jU^.-^ mi-->-v'#i v V.r��')i **j <J^*-.^-,* "i. **�������� t* ,   ,-J-^i.i (���-. ^i'*v- ^-^V"j^^,^'^-if'^ V5 -V"-'*! -"y***.   "���. *-i    >*^ ���***���- -->*v"-i'  ���"'-'"^-���^������^���v v*v �����'-s-*w> -v-v-*. s-i.-y ���  f%*-w   V* *���#-''���*"���*    /    *    r" J- "r    .     / V   /   ���*    t?  >'   X"-   V   *���    /'VVV"*."/ **-v'y'y    w    V1 ir ��,^*jr-'^  V"V V   **-�� ,'-*   >��� V  ,  -1  1EGA1S (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued)   *���*'  LEGALS (Con.inued)  LEGALS (Cbhlihued)  LEGALS <Con^f5-Jea)  LEGALS <CcW.ht_ed)  ���.j****1  The Penii.sbJa-?��me& V/ednesdoyiOct. I��-I4d9   PogeA*3  LEGAL (Coitfntttift.       ', - LfGAU (CfiMfoiiftb  Cjssva  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND, ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B:C. and situate  West Lake, Nelson Island.  New Westminster Land District.  Take notice that Richard J.  Wright of 403-2324 West 1st.  Ave., occupation accountant,  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Lake front property.  Commencing at a post  planted approximately 1200 ft.  west of established property of  J. Manley, and located between No. L6926 and No.  0280050; thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft .South; thence  100 ft. West; thence 300 ft.  North and containing % acre,  more or less, for the purpose  of summer cottage.  Richard John Wright  Dated August 10, 1969.  3224-pub. Sept 10, 17. 24, Oct.  1, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Fohn'.No. 18  (Sefctjon 82)  LAND ACT  Form No. 38  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Form {No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Form No, "18  (Seet-ph 82)  I LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply   Notice of Intention" to Apply    Notice of Intention to Apply   Notice Of Intention to Apply    Notice of,Intention to,-Apply  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  ���Umu,,morm*  Form No. IS  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notive that Wiehel-  mine Angell of Vancouver,  occupation Housewife intends  to apply for a lease of the  following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted South East Corner;  thence 100 ft. West; thence 300  ft. North; thenee 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft. South and containing % acres, more or less,  t<5 Lease Land  In" Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on .the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island,  Take notice that B. G. Wilson of Vancouver, occupation  drilling contractor intends to  apply for,a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South West  Corner; thenee 300 ft. North;  ihencs 100 ft. East; thenee 300  ft. South; thence 100 ft. West  and containing % acres, more  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North Shore Of West  Lake on Nelson Island,  Take notice that Arthur  Cecil Angell of Vancouver, occupation Food Processor Intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East Cor.  ner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  to Lease -L^nd  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on .the North East End of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that' Marjorie  Conn of Vancouver, occupation Secretary intends to apply  for a lease of the following  described tends*���  Commencings at a post  planted on the North East epr-  nu*; thence 300 ft. North;  thenee; 1O0 ft. West; thence  300 ft. South; thence 100 ft.  East and containing % acres,  to" Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on- the North West End of  West Lake oh Nelson Island.  Take notice - that Dahlene  Campbell of Secheit, occupa*-  tibn HouWwife intends to apply for a lease of the "folio-lying described lands:���  Commencing at a jpost  planted on the South East corner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  300 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  Notice of Intention to Apply   Notice of Intention to- Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate on  south coast of- Nelson - Island  between Ackland Point and  Cape Cockhutn.  Take notice that Anne 'Tet*  fiss of 1958 Ogden Ave., Van*  couver 9, occupation housewife  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a, post  planted on the shoreline approximately -5,000 feet east of  the east boundary of lot 1425;  wr~the  purpose   of  Summe,:    or   less,   for   the   purpose   of    more jor^less^ for the purpose   more orJLess^for the purpose    more or less for the purpose    thence north '300 feet; thence  east 100 feet; thence south ap-  p->*oximately 300 feet-la the  shoreline; thence west'aproxi-  Home.  Wiehelmine Angell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3257-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Summer Home.  Barry G. Wilson  Dated August 16, 1969.        *  3269-pub, Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  of Summer Home,  Arthur Cecil Angell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3271-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct, 1,  8, 1969  of Summer Home,  Marjorie Conn  Dated August 16, 1969.  3255-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  of Summer Home.  Dahlene C. Campbell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3254-pub, Sept, 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, British Columbia and situate on Nelson Island, about one-half mile  North of Fernie Point in the  second bay. . \  Take, notice that John F.  *Grosvenbry=oi Port Coquitlam,  B.C., -occupation, steel foreman intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted at John Grosvenor's  S.E. (Southeast) comer; thence  100 feet S.W. (southwest);  thence"-300 fe^t N.W. (northwest); thence 100 ft. N.E.  :(northeast); thence 300 feet S.  7W. (southwest) and containing  % (one third) acres, more or  less, for the purpose of a summer home/    '-���*'���    !'    '���  John Frederick Grosvenor  Dated September 1, 1969  3288-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notive that Linda Harris of Vancouver, occupation  Telephone Operator intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a . post  planted on the South West  Corner; thence 100 ft. East;  thsnee 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. West; thence 300 ft.  -Southland containing- %*. acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Linda Harris  Dated August 16, 1969.  3258-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention, to Apply  to Lease Lar_d  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North Shore of West  Lake on Nelspn Island.  Take notice that Perry Mac-  Gregor of West Vancouver, occupation. Housewife intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing at a post  planted on South East Corner; thence 100 ft. East; thence  300 ft North; thence 100 ft.  West; thence 300 ft. South and  containing % ^acres,* more or  less, lor the, purpose of Summer Home.  Perry MacGregor  ' Dated August 16, 1969.  3270-pub. Sept, 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  \ In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West side of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take .notice that -Walter  Hamber of Vancouver, occupation Store Manager intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing at a post  planted on the south east corner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease'Land  In Land. Recording District  of VahebuVer, 7B7C. and situate  On the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Edith Mc-  Lachlan of,* Vancouver, occupation Business Woman intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted dn the South East  Corner;: thence 100 it. West;  thence 300 ft. North; theneS  100 ft. East; thence' 300 ft.  South and containing 94 acres,  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  mately 100 feet following the  shoreline   and   containing   "-Ji  acnes,  more or less, for the  purpose of recreational use,  Arme Terriss  Staked 31  August, 1969.  Dated 25 September, 1969.  3354-pub. Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 1969  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District,of Vancouver and situate  on an unnamed bay on the  north side of Nelson Island,  Take notice~ that Brian  Thomas Cassidy of Vanceuvier,  occupation student, intends to  apply for a lease 'of the "following described lands;���  Commencing at a-, post  planted (Brian Thomas Cas-  sidy"s Jfr.W, corner) on the  N.E.. side of unnamed bay  and 350' more or -less  N.W, from the Notice of  Intention of Donald Ivan McDonald; thenee 330' east;  thence 100' south; thence 330'  west; thence 100' north and  containing % acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer home.  BRIAN THOMAS CASSIDY  Dated August 15, 1969.  3304-pub. Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 8,  15, 1969  more" or lest, for the purpose ~1hOre or less, .for the purpose  of summer home.  Walter Hamber  Dated August 16, 1969.  3252-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  of Summer ffome,  '7       Edith McLachlan  Dated August 16, 1969.       i  3262-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  in the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Isabel C.  ���Wilson of Coquitlam, occupation Housewife intends to apply for a lease of the' following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the North East  Corner; thence 100 ft. West;  thehce 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; then.ee 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Mabel C. Wilson  Dated August 16, 1969.  3259-pub, Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Ejection 82)  LAND ACT  WHW  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  at the North End of West Lake  on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Ann Burgess of Vancouver, occupation  ���stock   clerk  Intends to  apply  , for  a  lease  of  the  following  described lands:���  Commencing" at a post  planted on ' the South West  Comer 200 ft. south of I. P.",  thence 100 ft., North; thence  300 ft. East; thence 100 ft.  South; thence 300 ft. West und  containing ***'- acres,, more or  less for the purpose of Summer Home.  Ann Burgess  Dated August 16, 3969.  3250-pub. Sept. 17. 24, Oct. 1,  8, I960  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND, ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate,  on the North  West  Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Allan B.  Campbell of Secheit, occupation Commercial Pilot intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East corner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing V* acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Allan  B, Campbell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3200-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  ���    Form No.-18  '     (Section 82)     '  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Corner of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Edward  Sonnenberg, of Burnaby, occupation Prospector intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���,'  Commencing at a post  planted South East Corner;  thence 100 ft. West; thence 300  ft. North; thence 100 ft. East;  thehce 300 ft. South and containing % acres, more or less,  for this purpose of Summer  Home.  Edward Sonnenberg  Dated August 16, 1969.  3265-pubi Sept. 17, 24, Oct. I,  8, 1969  . Forrp.No. 18 '.,.   " 7 {Section J32j"      .  ' J'  ������'���'������' LAND'ACT    '  ''"}������    '  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  ' In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West5 Lake on NelsoJji Island.  Take notice that Valerie Angell of Vancouver, occupation  Sec��etary intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East  Corner; thence 100 ft.' West;  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing aA acres,  more or less, for the purpose of  Summer Home,  ���,   Valerie Angell  Dated August 16, 1909.  3"267-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Od. 1.  8, 1969  Form Np. 18  y (Section 82)  ''LA&D'ACT  Notice 'of Intention to Apply  7.���:,:.'/.'������. to 'Lease Land'.,, .:  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C, and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on I^elson Island.  Take notice that Edna Hope  of Burnaby, occupation house  Form No. 18  ' (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West shore of  West Lake on Nelson foland.  Take   notice   that   Duncan   t          Angell of Vancouver, occupa-  wife"intends" to'apply for a ' ti'on Salesman intends to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a )pbst  planted on the South West  Cornei-; thence 100 ft. East>  thence 300 ft. North; thenoe  100 ft. West; thence 300 ft.  South and containing SA acres,  more or less for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Duncan Angell  Dated August W, 1969.  3263-pub.Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Notice of Intention to,Apply  to Lease Land .  In I_and Recording" District of Vancouver and situate  in front of Lot Four (4), Block  Five <5), ^District Lot One  Thousand, Three Hundred and  Ninety-seven (1397), ' Plan  4479,* Gardsn Bay, B.C.  Take notice that James Ced-  ric Reid of Garden Bay, B.C.,  occupation fisherman intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing    iat    a - post  planted at the S.W. 'Corner of  Lot 4, Block S, D.L. 1397, Plan  4479;  thenee Three  Tundred  and  Thirty   (330')  feet  in  a  southerly direction; thence one  hundred    (100'),   feet   in   an  easterly direction; thence three  hundred and thirty (330') feet  in    a    northerly     direction;  . .to .the. S.fl.. comer.,of 'the atore-  said Lot 4, and thence following the high water mark to  the  point of commencement,  and containing three quarters  (%) acres, more or less, for the  purpose pf a marine ways and  moorage;  JAMES CERIC REID  Dated July, 1969.  3303-pub. Sept. -24, Oct. I, *���*.  15, 1969  lease of the following describ**  ed lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South West  Corner; thence^ 100 ft. East;1  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. West; thence ,300 ft.  South and containing SA acres,  more or Jess, for the purpose  of, Summer, Home.  Edna Hope  Dated August 16, 1969.    ���  3264-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct.  1,  , , , 8, 1969  FOR A HEALTHY FOREST  ''Cbritmt ^of.^.fire, ''Sih*��.ai!ft^  wMare ^gaim'st .enemy ..'-iM^ets  .a��d'itosa*e, jsftas'ei* .ha^^-ftg,  of ,we\v tsnees, and new tfi&tmg ���  where necessary, are the'keystones of forest care. If these  simple rules are followed our  forests will grow greater and  richer through the years instead of smaller and poorer. Is  this effort worthwhile? We  think you will agree that the  answer is an emphatic "Yes!"  ENVELOPES  LETTERHEADS  INVOICES  MEMOS  PLACE MATS  MENUS  NAPKINS  CALENDARS  POSTCARDS  BUSINESS CARDS  POSTERS  SIGNS  BUMPER STICKERS  INVITATIONS  WORK ORDERS  NAME TAGS  STATEMENTS  DODGERS  ETC  SECHELT, B.C..  Phone 885-9654  MM*  mmmm  -Wat-a^-i*-  Forrn No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of  Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land iW-ordinu Dintrlct  of Vancouver, B.C. nnd situate  on the North End of West  Li_ke on Neliwn Island.  Take notice that, Allan Angell of Wert, Vancouver, occupation Apartment Manager intends io apply for a lease of  the following dewrjbed land*.:  Commencing at a port  planted on the Soulh Wert  Corner; thence 300 ft. Eatl;  Ihence 100 ft. North; thence  300 ft. Wert; thence 100 ft.  South and containing V* nnr��*.  more or Jer.,-., for the purpoce  of Summer Homo,  Allan   Angell  Dated Auijurt   10, 1909. :  3253-nub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  ii, 1%9  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice-of'Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. ond sltuirte  on the North West shore of  West Lake on Nelwon Island.  Take notice that Diane Andrews of North Vancouver,  occupation Receptionist intends to opply for a. lease of  the fo'lJowing described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted on the South Easl  Comer; thenoe 100 ft. Wert;  thence 300 ft. North; lhenc<.  100 ft. Kurt; thence 300 ft.  South and containing V�� ���cm,  more or )''��*', for the purpow  of Summer Home.  Diane Andrews  Dated August 16, 1969,  3261-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, I960  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  I^AND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver; B.C, and situate  on the North West Shore of  Wert- Lake on Nelson Island,  Take notice that Don-aid  fedrnmon of Burnaby, occupation Labourer intends to apply  for a lease of tho following  described lands:���*  Commencing ot; a pos.  planted on the South West  corner; thence 100 ft, East;  thence 300 ft. North; thenee  100 ft.' West; thence 300 ft.  South und containing V. acre*",  move or lew, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Donald Sclmmon  Dnt_*.l August 10, I960.  32GC-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C.und uituuto  on the North West Shore of  Wert Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Twylla  Mae Sonnenberg *>f Burnaby,,  occupation Housewife intends  to apply for a lease of the following described hinds:���  Commencing at ,a ywst  planted South East Corner;  thence 100 ft, West; thence'300  ft, North; thence 100 ft. Eart;  thence 300 ft. South and containing 9�� acres, more or less,  for the purpone of 'Summer  Home.  Twylla Mae Sonnenberg  Dated August 16, 1969.  8208-pu.j. Sept, 17, 24, Oct, I,,  8, '3909  Ahy repair* nw��4�� before puffing a housa  on ��he roorket, help Increow fhe return  �����you,  ���k      ft      ik  Andrew Carnegie said that 90%  of | all  millionaire,   become  *o  through  owning  real estate.  tY  Y-r  f<  I  THIS LABEL ON YOUR  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  IT IS PRODUCED UNDER  UNION  CONDIT��ONS  Lutes  Average roal estate taxes tn urban oreas  come to between 2 Vi % ana( 3 % of  properly value.  ��� !     -A*       ft       ft  The first real estate sale recorded wot i,  Ai>ro*ham*s purchase of burying ground \  for Sarah for 400 shekels���about $256.   V,  ft        ft ft  Population  increase has  resulted In on  almost   continuous  raise  Sn   land   prices  for over 3 decodes.  ft        ft ft  If you haven't ftft acquired a home of  your own. Isn't It tins to ��it#it looking?  For help, *eo  .��H%��-�����**T��,'''*>-1 '  .a i^.iii�� -w ���^v^.-.^,,, .-,;?--;* Y.-*r. ..���;..x r-^o-r^  .El  J;  .  PETER SMITH  ��05-94-53  AT  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD ,     '  ��� This free reminder of coming Suvfefits Is a &ervk�� of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Time* direct for frpt, Vfctlftflit,1 specifying "Dato  Pad". Pleoso mote, that spaco is limHeid <*h<_ ��0mo odvanc* dates moy  have to wait their Wn; also that ihl�� la -a "tetrtlndtr" llM.no only ond  connot olwoys eonry full detolls,  Oct. I���8 p.m. St. Hilda's Moll. Secheit Gordon��� Club General Meeting.  October 1��l I���Annual C,N.I.B. Canvas...  Oct. A���8 p.m. Secheit Legion Hall. Halfmoon Bay Hos.p, Aux. "Lunar"  Wine and Cheese Party.  Oct. 5���1 p.m. Secheit Rod & Gun Club, Wilson Creek. Trap ond Skect  ,      Shoot.  Oct. 7���7:30 p.m, Health Unit Gibsons. Pro-Natol Classes.  Oct, 8���2 p.m. Madeira Park Lepior. Hall, Hosp. Aux, Meeting.  Oct. 14���8 p.m. Anglican Church Hall, Gibsons. Girl Guide L.A. Meet.  Oct. 17���10 o.m.-12 ��oor�� MaddfO Pork t*glon Holl. Measles vaccination tor children 12 fnonths-12 years.  Oct. 17���2-5 p.m. St, Mary's Hospital. M^atles vaccination for children  12 monrhs-12 years,,  Oct. " 7���2 p.m. Roberts Creek t��g1oti Mall. L.A. Rummage Sale.  s^iMM��A,,Mato����MiiM*    .... ��,     ..      .-*.    -fflffHMI  ASIC fOt fMM CATAi0��U! C? PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Servico  Vancouver Real Cttato  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  11  !  F*  i  .1  .a  Scchctt 885-2235  A6EMCSES IT��.  24 HOURS  Gibsons 886-7015  SE(H&t.iGB.GES LTD.  >.  'i .  ���r   I'  I   _'  ��� 'J ��� jl  mmmmummimm^m.  Up*  sumsmm i~ ** *' -ii'.   '* '  **    '-<���*,  -,  * �� 7 __*', > . ,  ���<���<.*   *       '      -        ��  ���   ��-. *. ".. -   .  *      '.   '*    V v .  ]       . ���        ��  ���y  ^��^-^V-f V*.'  i~^��i-;j^i^vk+-*^~'v>v ^^vi^rtfivi��y^-��-��^'v  y *t ^"^.^F^t^., "V -^FV^K^. J^ .  F V���^- V V  -����    '* ^F^. v'^,'-^^- *.   .  -1  _. -..   \ * - "-*. *- '*  ���Wi^j*^*-^     Itf*      W*   fl-^Alj -  "1   MORE'ABOUT.  ������f       *  *.",'?,> *  .**-  ���2"*  I  1   .    ��  h     "     -. '       ***  It ^  4  ***  * ���*  V  ,">'*������  *  H**  *   'V   *.  1/  *�����-.  -   i  *_.  ���*     4  -V"  **       ��     -  *   * *���_      i- ��      y     ���>.       ���     - *  -  1  .4.  ,7  V  1  4  * j  ��  V,  . /.  .    J  _   V  ���7  f      y    , Willing Goiters .'  Aniouiit'of work involved insetting* .bord held last Saturday. Some of the  Up-tables and-chairsf not to-mention - workers were caught by Tripes .Cam-  such" details" as" providing and prepaiv '-era taking-time out for a\quick cof-  irig-'food, calls for many helping fee. From left: Miss Margaret Ev-  Ijands-and-Drily those 'behind the ans, Marion Alsager, Bernel Gordon  scenes, pan possibly; appreciate the* (Committee Chairman), Ann Kurluk,  tremendous work put in by those who Moira Clement, Hurt Hoehne and  prepared the* Sunshine Coast Golf Betty McKay,  ahd,Country Club*'Seafood Smorgas-   -    -     * * - *  F*   "*.. *  I������������*������--- ��� -     ' �����."*�����. *  f'  .--      '\  *  \  **'-.  . ��.  J  1  .1  M  .;  _F      ���  I***."  ">  I*     **     *.',�����  ^-1  i.  1* ->***   i  <        d�� I  4        "l  ,(  1.   I(.   ���  1  ���V,   1  *_ I***'*-  *,       ** >J    ',  &i-V-)-    '^  / * -  /     *f��Y"^. .    ���  r        ' "    * V..*"*"* ���* * �����? 1  t �� _   , % ^ * �� 1 -��� ����� '  ��� .<�� _  .j.   <:  '��  J,  L   �����  '1y  by Leta Hanney  If you will walk with me  when shadows deepen,  Less dark will be the night.  For above the longings and temptations  Shines Perfect Light.  If behind wondrous sunsets  Deeper beauty I'll see,  While on my way to higher mansions  You walk with me.  We shall walk slowly, always remembering  That others walk along the same road too,  And in the happiness of sweet attaining  We walk with You ...  Readers Right  Encouragement  Editor, The Times,  Sir���The members and executive of  Secheit Garden Club wish to express  their sincere thanks and appreciation for  the excellent report on their Flower Show.  It certainly gives us a lot of encouragement  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  new places, to enjoy a total experience in  a new area . .-.it is vital that we cooperate, and that')ve are willing to pay  ..the piper," Bensley said.  .    "The few dollars needed to prime the  pump are fractional compared to the results which will pour in."  Mr. Ovenall, in explaining the regional visitor-development plan in detail,  said that "Powell River was chosen to  .fchow that Vancouver is not necessarily  the center of- everything."  ]    The regional concept was "the first in  "���the world to obtain government involvement," Ovenall claimed, since it had a  60-40 government-local cost sharing  basis. "For every dollar -we as private citi-  ibsns raise, we get $2.56 to spend due to  government participation."  > Volkswagen Pacific donated a specially-painted van to MSW, and Standard  Chevron was supplying gasoline for its  -trips.  He outlined plans whereby any local  organization which had an annual, show  might be of int.rest to visitors could get  free advertising ih "millions of copies of  folders distributed throughout the  world." (They simply need advise the lo-  ~cal tourist commission at the baginning  of the year the dates of their events.)  ..    With  June-July  tourist   business   al-  ^ ready at a peak in the orovincs, attention  was being given to developing the March  peak, which is growing, and the November (ski-season) psak, which has ,shown  signs of life, according to border-crossing statistics.-  Mr. Ovenall proposed a "massive cooperative publicity campaign" which  would supply prospective visitors with all  the information they would need to .overcome ,a natural feeling of insecurity when  visiting a new area.  Next meeting, in late October, will be  held at Port Coquitlam, and will deal  with research and planning for the 1970  program nt the Mainland-Southwest  MAINLAND SOUTHWEST  Mainland-Southwest extends from  Lund on the Sunshine Coast to Boston  Bar in the Fraser Canyon. It includes  Garibaldi area to pemberton in the north  and Greater Vancouver and White Rock  m the south.  In an interview with The News Jim  Bensley, general manager of Greater  Vancouver Visitor and Convention Bureau  said the name Midland Southwest was  designed to give sparkle to the provincial  government's uninspiring "Region B"  title.  A stylized M in green and blue with  directional arrow signifying southwest is  the Mainland Southwest symbol. "It was  designed by Mike Ovenell," said Bensley,  adding he "anticipated hostility towards  it will go the way of opposition to the  new CN symbol."  ���   "Tourism will be our greatest revenue  producer 'before the end of the next de-  ���from page A-l  * ''  cade," predicted Mike Ovenell in an interview.-  "Research has shown us that visitors  here spend only half the time here they  would normally SDend because there are  fewer opportunities for them <to become  actively involved in high revenue-generating activities that create big economic  gains for tourism,"  GUESTS  Guest list included: Mayor Thomas J.  Campbell,    City   of    Vancouver;    Colin  Lowery, City  of Vancouver;   Mayor Ed  North, Harrison Hot Springs; Mayor Ken  Shore, Abbotsford; Mayor Corbett, Hope;  Mayor Douglas, White Rock; Tass Russell,  City Clerk���White Rock; Mayor R. W.  Prittie,   Burnaby;   Aid.   Warren   Clark,  Burnaby; Mayor Jack Campbell, Port Coquitlam; Mayor Holder, Chilliwack; Aid.  Hsndrickson, bistrict of Squamish; Aid.  Henry Gilbertson, Richmond; Mayor Alex  West Vancouver; Mayor Lamont, Mission  Forst,- West Vancouver; Aid. Mary Kerr,  City;  Acting   Mayor   Peterson,   Gibsons;  Mayor Ben Cherry, Pemberton; Mr. Dos-  Wcll, Delta (replacing Mayor Morrison);  Theo Adams, Union of B.C.  Municipalities;   Murray   Meers,   Chamber���Surrey;  Mrs. Makowichuk, Chamber ��� Squamish;  Ray Macdonnell, Chamber ��� New Westminster; Don McLeod, Chamber ��� White  Rock; Dr. Don MacDonald, Chamber, ���  White   Rock;   A.   Sholund,   Chamber ���  Port   Moody;   B.   Espesth,   Chamber ���  Port Moody; Eric Dunning, Haney Gazette; Bert Morrow, Executive of Board;  Jack   Stiglish,   Coquitlam;   Cece   Coutts,  New Westminster; Oscar Dayton, Abbots-  ford Region; Royal Murdoch, Abbotsford  Region;   Jack   C.   Bain;   Executive   of  Board; Ross Kimmerly, Air Canada; Ann  Broadioot,    Real   Estate   Board;    Louis  French; Bd. of Trade, Hope; Fay Hamp-  son, Lady Vancouver  Club; Bert Dann,  B.C. Motels & Resorts; Frank Bernard,  Executive of Board; Dave Brown, Lov-  ick's;   Art   Jones,  Executive   of   Board;  Mayor Moony Evens, New Westminster;  Jack Bright, Alta Lake; Don McTavish,  loco; E. McKitka, Surrey; Paul St. Pierre,  Ottawa; Jim Bensley, GW & CB; Mike  Ovenell, GW & CB;  Harold Merilees,  GVV & CB; Carmen Anderson, GW &  CB; Anna Campbell, GW & CB; from  Gibsons and Secheit: Len Larson, John  Brynelson,  Neai Campbell,  Tom-Keitch,  Mr.   McNichol,   Acting   Mayor   Peterson  (Gibsons), Frank Hay, Eric Hensch  Powell River contingent included:  Mayor J. Court, Alderman Joe Dalles,  Alderman Gerry Gray, Al Mantoani,  Doug Harris, Tom Fairweather, Don  Cartmel, Linda McMaster, R. (Bob) John,  Al Alsgard, Jim McKee, Floyd North,  Colin Bye, Roy Edmonson, Robert Fraser,  Al Brown, and Brian Thompson from  Texada.  Page A-4 The Peninsula Timoo  Wednesday, October T, 1969 - - *  Subdivider fined  . '       *��� *      '  on properly deal  "A  REAL  estate development- company  was fined $100* Friday for dealing in  a property for which no prospectus had  beem filed with the provincial-superintendent of insurance.  Parkdale - Gardens Ltd.. was found  guilty by Judge Hugh Keenlayside on the  first of 22 similalr counts. . - ���  . The company was charged in connection \yith the 1968 ourchase of a lot hy  Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kilby, of 4481 Fifty seventh Street, Ladner.  Evidence was that a prospectus required by the Real Estate Act was not  filed until three months after the Kilbys  bought the property.  The act .provides that subdivides  must file with the superintendent of insurance detailed information about the  location, ownership, and condition of the  subdivided property, together with information about proposals for its development, including financing.  The sams information must be supplied to any'prospective buyer.  DDT should be banned  says recreation minister  A SECOND cabinet minister called today  for outlawing the  pesticide DDT  as  soon as an alternative can be found.  Recreation Minister Ken Kiernan urged the ban ih commenting on Ontario's  ban of DDT asr of, Jan. 1, 1970, for all but  a few specific uses.  Agriculture Minister Cyril Shelford  said earlier this" year thar he favors" a  ban on DDT.  Special Thifiiksgiirig  The girl who swears she's never beer-  kissed has the right to swear.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10  PRIZES  $15.00 for Every Game  $300.00 JACKPOT  $1.00 each for first THREE cards.  Fifty cents for each additional  card.  HALF-TIME CARDS*���  .,3, for $1.00.  ___,  ���^      ^j&��       ***"���    \*rS'  ��-��.'   ^4      jr. _ri   __<:   in w  "   .'      r*i . /_.���. -  ��� v  *���*- _  _-  ��� "'V   _  �����   -  >"*.��  ���  /������ *  Ml"  M\i;  ' "-V-.,!** '  J9^  -3*0  W  1969 Chevelle 2  * Standard 3 speed transmission.  ��� 6 Cylinder, 140 H.P.  Was $3195  ^t.51*  ROMANCE WANED  -'- This gay rancher had a roving eye for  a; pretty girl. ��� He was having a shaye in  the barber shop. A very pretty manicurist was fixing-his nails, Asked he, "What  Will you do, baby, when you get through  work?" "I suppose I'll go honie," "Why  n��t go out with roc, and we will kick  up our heels and have one big time?"  "You'll have to ask my husband.", "Where  is "he?" "He's shaving you!"  Canine Assistant i  Preparations for the Sunsh.np Coast  Golf and Country Club Seafood Smorgasbord held last Saturday, September 27 at the Roberts Creek Community hall called for all hands (and feet)  on deck. So tough were things going  that (Uncle) Mick McKay brought in  a little four-legged help. Deadline  was reached and reports are that the  event was an outstanding success.  *^����//^yyz6V^  a' _5  CHA1W SAW  new light lightweight...  extra low price  for casual users  I?  nT      f.ihv ,'  i.' <  ��, 11    "*  i ti JI !  1>j��i'^-ij.'.Uie.'V*'  I  I  S  5  s  -I  a  ���5  eyeiie ^ an ^ecioi  ��� V8 200 H.P. Turbo Hydramatic Transmission.  * Demo. Approximately 500 miles.  Was $3495 f*IOW  1969 Chevrolet V% Ion I  ��� V8 200 H.P- Turbo Hydramatic 3 speed H.D.  Automatic.  ��� Heavy Duty Springs and Shocks, Stabilizer Bars,  Rear Step Bumper.  ��� Gauges, 650x16 6-ply tires and tubes.  Was $3785 NOW  ���1  p  wm  f  '���/  *  We cordially invite one and all  to  come  and  view our   1970  Escape Cars ��� The . .  .  1970 OLDSMODILE CUTLASS  SEDAN 2 DOOR HARDTOP  1970 BUICK SKYLARK SEDAN  1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2 DOOR  HARDTOP  1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU 2 DOOR  HARDTOP  1970 NOVA 400 4 DOOR SEDAN  Yea . . . We Are Open 7 Days A Week  8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Every Day  Come  In  And  Browse  Around,  ���-.-���I  u  m  vi *���  ���_  t  i  .s-  f.  a.*  t*v  t.  _v1  s     ^  ��8  *r$h  *.<-    <i  SMALL CMS - BUT 4 DOOR SEDANS MOT 2 DOORS  ROOMY, COMFORTABLE, SPEEDY, 35  MILES TO THE GALLON.  ECONOMICAL. A CAR TO BE PROUD OF.  *  ^r  i  si  PIONEER (��) CHAIN SAWS  JUST THE RIGHT WEIGHT FOR THE  HUNTER  iddeira Marina Ltd.  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A* *��"''V> ,^v^wyvVvyjJ ^"i.^ti-V ���>V%"V'i*v' -* *W'V^x.*'yi ^*>  . ��rJ.yv|,v*;.  *>       "* !^    _T-  ���v^i. v v-v->�� v /W*  ��� j fs v*^-y J-Vv- /v^.Vy -> v**v.���� V v" t, "."'r >��"�����> rf ^V~'.v ?"v'^ - ^l. *yfV- _.v,iA �����*-(*' jr f f i. j**1'  **^*,.  , * *   ��  I  ���   ������   M  _  �� .  ^o ���  *_. ���*��  * /<  ;.  t  t��  i ��  i  wh  .��'       - ���*  -���-  ;.*���  ���--.  :li  **-��� *  ��. ���**  <��� -  .  -"���"      -   -��     ���      .  ���             1  ���  ���l  **���    ^               ���   *.  ...                      '  *-J  ^    -i        Y  .  .  *  . .  ��� "���  J         ���"  #-   *****   - .  '    . ���**   >  .  L  ,  _"        *                         t_  *'J  ���  ���*.-  'j.  4  ,. /.'��� ;<>  J  *)���  -,_,  ����** -  **��� fr  ->"���.  -, +    '  .u   "f jT,  ���^-*���.*--  ���(. *  .*���  Section B  Wednesday, October 1, 1969  Sunday even* . . .  Pages 1-6  &  -*���    \  -   4        i  '    ^  '     I    ����� ���**  i      *    *   .*  u  v  ������ ���-..  -���������  A'  fc  ���  f  ���   1  �� "���  1  1  1  _r  m,      *l  __. *',  "I  I  ,*-  i  t  Jt  *  ���_  ti     "C  M,    "         "-  I  4  ��  1  Jh  ���_  m  /  r  ���k,  1.  _r*  '  inn  ���  *"  Incognito  *r.  V  ���*.>-*���*  ��.  ".  i  \.  NO-ONE is quite sum of the number but . Apple Race: Bill Morton; Pat White;  there must have-been close to forty Nina Christmas,  horses   participating    in   last   Sunday's _     _  Gymkhana  soonsored   by   Timber   Trail ?��~  Riding Club. The iull day of activities There were, six foals entered in the '69  took Dlace in the Club arena behind Sim- f��aY class,    v/inners    being   Mr,    Cecil  nycrest.Plaza and attracted riders from Chambcrt.n's Bint Bint Cassandra; Mr. B.  the Lower Mainland and PoweU Riyer. Grouse's    Willy;    Debbie    Sicotte's   Jim  Commencing at 10 a^x. with the wea- Dan4y; Mrs. R. Cramer's foal,  ther in full eo-operations, junior events Foak under ���? y**���'- owned by Bobi  took longer than planned because of the McCourt a^id Edna Naylor.  large number of contestants, and at the SENIORS  end of the day it was two out of town  riders, sisters Lee and Cathy White who    fjg,-. Dianne Bergen  walked off with the junior and senior All  Round Riders perpetual trophies.  Jumping; Debbie Marsh; Harvey Lef-  Debut  RESULTS  Winners in the Junior events were:  Jumping: Bill ��Morton; Pat White;  Phil Townley.  Barrel Race: Pat White; Lee White;  Phil Townley. I  Run   &  Ride:   Phil  Townley;   Karen  Gay young knight who walked off son. The popular event attracted- prett   ^ a pictuEei Mr Cecil Cham. the ,69 foal class   Proud m Brignall; Codeen Husby.  with first prize in the costume class ers from the Lower Mainland and berlin*s pure bred Arabian foal "Bint comes from Oroville and her sire is        Pols Bending: Lee White; Pat White;  at Timber-Trail Riding Club^s gym- Powell River with a. record number B   t q^^j.^ won flrst pnze ln Ib   Rap^e       *  IrUnnn  Vk_^lH   r\v*   CunWnir m __���   Tl/_iVkKl____    T��_f^lr__ /Yt    _CkT��T��*_*liiC * *  khana held onJSunday is Debbie Jack-    of entries.  Phil Townley.  Dress Up Relay: Peter Christmas;  Darlene Littlejohn; Chess Day.  Barrel Race: Cathy White; Harvey  L-ffler; Pat "White.  Plate Spearing: Colleen Husby; Chess  Day;  Harvey Leffler.  Pole Bending: Cathy White; Tom Mc-  Court; Phil Townley.  Keyhole: Tom McCourt; Gordon Mc-  Kee; Gordon McKee.  Bareback Relay: Bill Peters; Dianne  Bergen; Colleen Husby.  4-  >     *      _  1  "_"�����  i ,:  ./ ���/ r*<.' '-���"*������*���. - *. *��� *��� 1  J. ���   �����   *  *��� *^_��.** *  . __-._w   jrf      .*���*���%���   �����* **^  la**.,  ^..���rL^     y, ���  *- ���* I?-*-.  J. *t 11 JL t *���     *�����    '  1   ?-"        *_: j^4vV��"**-'  �����       -s*��     ���       *   *** T**.   _ .     *s _���  ; _ i 4  -M- ��*-/  ff  I  ��  i^Hh*  t,  *\  *  \ V .17./J  * **_"*       K'  ,,f*  YC'V  -*:+  ����t���3f  i.  l: ilf * - -^-.,     *. 4 y �����      -*. .       i.ny-   fC *.  ���* ���   y   V'^-- ^-^wi^��� - _��� *."  *-   s     * #v v  '**.   ���<<.     .  i ?-���-*-' ���*    ���y     .��*       ** .Jr' ���* .'.. .i**  %*-���*��� ��*BU ��f -* ' - ���*  r *��� *r"*��. t * ^N    *  * i .** ������ -  *  ��*���   -    V >  *Jh ty-  Obstacle Relay: Phil Townley; Colleen Horsemanship; Lee White;  Harvey Lef-  Husby; Lee White. fler, Dianne Bergen, Debbie Marsh.  Keyhole: Lee White, Linda Day, Phil Bareback    Wrestling    (Woman):    Pat  Townley. White;   Cathy   White;   Nina   Christmas.  Egg  Race: Coleen Husby;   Georgette (Men): Peter Christmas; Steve Littlejohn;  Macklam. Bill Peters.  Horsemanship:    Pat   White;   Colleen Billoon Bursting: Chess Day; Bill Pet-  Husby; Lee'White. ers; Pat White.                               .  Ck)stume: Debbie Jackson; ^ Cathy Mc- Judge  for the  events  was Mr.  Len  Lean; Andy Peters. Fielding of Haney, B.C.  ^jMWiiiiffmFrmfFrrwmwf/FMfMmmmffWMFfjfrrrMfrffMrrrjFr^  % BOAT DRIVERS - ATTENTION |  **\ * * _ _.-��. *  .'.  .^J'"_* ���" �����  �� ,-    '       ��-*t. "        < .     -I    '."    A- ���***,*  ,tfr-._Tr.n   r,-- - -    i-    ��� - - -1       *       -���       i ? \mu**m.*���������.._���_��5.  Wild Man  Fierce looking young Mongol who    prize in :Timber Trail's gynikhana  rode  in from  Pender  Harbour on    held at Gibsons.  Palomino  Suzy  Q,   captured third '     ,   Y . ;.   f .  Again this year, the Sunshine Coast Power Squadron offers a ��  ^    Piloting Course in Navigation. The Course provides lessons in  Boat fc  ^    Handling;   Docking;  Tides  ahd  Currents;   Chart   Reading;   Compass fc  ^    Reading and Safety. The course is a lot of fun; it takes you out of the b  ^    driver's seat and puts you in the pilot's seat. Classes will be held'in &  fe    Gibsons High School, Tuesday nights. Enroll there or call Dick Ranniger, |  S    Training Officer at 886-2323 or any member of the Power Squadron. 7fe  Fi-irnllnrienl- fop ^9f) inrliiH*��; t*��vt- hrml.<i nn<\ rhnrt".   R#�� n nnoH tinilnr������ __  Enrollment fee���$20 includes text books and charts. Be a good sailor-  Become a member of a  fine irvternationdl sailing and  instructional    ��  group. You will enjoy it.  Ladies and Juniors Welcome  r/.^Af^r^^^^^  .    .   <-  ,������ ..'.Willy' '  Clean cut young colt took a lot of    Debbie   Sicotte's   Jim   Dandy   and  beating in '69 foal class., owned by    fourth is a very young foal owned by  Mr. B. Grouse, Willy came second out    Mrs. Bobi Cramer,  of the six foals entered.  Third was  ..  \/v   ���  /.���V/. *  >.<*^y i*' * i  .��$ *\ ' - ''  ;���' itf: ���C7Xht ,i  ' 0_ -�� ,/'r/"Y-  ''i* 4 -.    .    >>-'t. ,v, *  ^A-.-> *,y^'vi *> ^i,i .;/,.  >*F< .^{S^^^F., >    JF     ...1*J��*,.  l*W? ���?>."'���   ���.��     .'��� y*^*  .     I . <i 1      * F       F   /  i-Hitii^ftum-Klm  iHAWmMA  i.^  kr  \t_ ,'  ���^% /��� "  N��  ^>.  Princess *  Beautifully  costumed  in  blue  and    khana. On extra special behavior for  white Inet, Cathy Mclvcan made a    the   occasion   was   Cathy's   mount  very pretty princess, coming a well    "Tuffy."  deserved second in Sunday's Gym-:  SECHELT ROD AND GUN CLUB  WILSON CREEK  DATE: SUNDAY OCTOBER 5th - Time: 1:00 P  ��� TRAP AND SKEET SHOOTING  ���  .22 SHOOTING  BUDDY SHOOTS * MISS AND OUT  SNIPE SHOOTS ��� LUCKY TARGETS  *-m&tZiF*  Games and Refreshments  at Club House  hsmmxMmuwutuumirx^^  ��� '^^tj***"'^--!*';*?.  iggesft empro  in 17 years. p    _ K .< i, .    . l *-'*���__������ l      **���    ��� v-  'A'   -**.    '*.    -*���        , *���- (    *,' ���*    ,i��    i*! * A- -*. **i-**.  ^Ci   V"**V-*���*���-���* ���* ' *" *>*v��y i>'-^',*���<,*���> ���*- m- n^v*^ V i>\/*y<yVk*"#>-V v11, il'-v'W ^'^,^l^^|^,���^VVVvVv^it*y*V*v*yV  <|,  ^  V-^S*VtyS1!^^��'^,1*/'yH-^   ��� 'V'fcV*    ��"'..--��-,     fc'-4'*-**^��-ri*^vV****i'^*t*ifV'��-V   V���v    *��.*.',   i.   *W **.    ��   ^-   -W   "*.   *   *  '���*\i.   t,   <*! ���* ���-,      "  *>*w*^^;^^^ ^v;^��v^^?>^^ ^"'        / 1(^y   ^,   t     ,     j ^     ^     f   j(       ^   ���       , ,^       J^  Secheit News Notes  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  I Wednesday, October 1,1969  gWt��M����U��U<IIUtWIUIlll��IH-��l  /*  V  /"  ��*.  V  _��*-  Without the help of volunteer hostesses, operation of the highly successful  tourist booth at: Secheit would- not  have been possible   Tribute was paid  Volunteers -,  the eight hostesses' at a banquet held"  last week. From left _^re: Mrs. Alice-  Murray; Mrs. Irene Shaw, Chairman  of the Committee Canon, Minto Swab,  Mrs. Hazel Hadden and Miss Ann"  Ross.Y       :   ' -"    * " ;  MRS. C. H. Nixon had the pleasure of a  weekend visit from Mr. and Mrs. Harry- Chappel of JBirtle, Manitoba. Mrs.  Nixcn has enjoyed their short visits every September since she came to live in  Secheit five jtears ago.  Twenty-four ladies who will be participating in. the Hospital Auxiliary's  "Merry Go Hound Tournament" me*_ in  St. Hilda's Church Hall last Friday evening. Prize .winners were Mrs. M. Whit-  taker and Miss M. Moore. After refreshments were served Miss Chris Ward who  with Mrs. Jean Barclay convensd the  event, read and explained rules for the  coming tournament.  The Candy Wreath Committee for the  Hospital Auxiliary is ready for action. It  is not too early to put in your order for  Xmas delivery, call Mrs. N. Burley.  Mr. and Mrs. Boy Morris of Powell  River spent a few days visiting Mr. and  Mrs. C. Gordon, enroute from a trip to  the Interior.  Mr7 and" Mrs. Jim Britt with daughter  Denise have moved to Nanaimo.  Mrs. George Adams has daughter and  son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Len Harrison  with -gandson JDavid, granddaughter Joan  and Joan's friend "Lorraine Kslloch of  Haney visiting her.' While here Joan celebrated her''birthday.  The Senior Citizens Branch 69, will  hold th-2 Fall Bazaar, Tea and Bake Sale  in the Legion Hall on November 29 instead of November 22 as previously announced.  WINE AND CHEESE  Tickets are going fast for the Lunar  Wine and Ch:es Party at the Legion Hall,  Secheit on Saturday, October 4th. The  price of a ticket, $2.25, includes dancing  and refreshments. Telephone Mrs. A. J.  Rutherford at 885-9672 for reservations.  FORMER RESIDENT  Word has* been received from Mrs.  Rita Barclay, formerly of Selma Park,  that she hopas in time to reply personally  to so many kind messages she has received from friends in Secheit on the death  of her husband, Clause Barclay. At present, Mrs. Barclay has given up her suite  in Calgary and is spending three months  with her sister in Brandon, Manitoba.  Gibsons  DOUBLE FEATURE  THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,  October 2, 3,4  SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m.  WALT DISNEY'S  "Smith"  and  edible Journey"  in  Some guys have plenty of drive���but  they can't get their motor started.  MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,  October 6, 7, 8  DOUBLE FEATURE  Wfi  rr  'II l.ever Forget  What's 'Is ton  and  ?_*_**_**  J.     B     t_% rr  Birds in Pery  BOTH RESTRICTED  Pbone 886-2827  S  t.  ���-**���>"*'  ���*���"��� .  tf  <-  f  \  /  ,-*r  r  ... ���  \  "'.  ,***��V  -A     /  *< Y-Y;yl  '^t'M  y  li  \i  ��"<><-���*  ��!,-  ���> r >   if-.  V***,     -F>  f  **���-  -   ^*\  Careiree gives mothers  a much-needed break  WHAT does a mother do when she has a  handicapped or retarded child who  need constant attention? How does she  ever get away, to relax, shop, to have a  quiet, uninterrupted cup of coffee with a  neighbor?  Until last summer, there was no way;  Now there is Carefree.  It is a twice-weekly giant baby-sit-  ��� ting service  designed  not  primarily  for  the benefit of youngsters who incidentally 7have'benefited7greatly, but for the  '���'relief'"bf'the mothers7 r  Wyn Hutson- for many years a teacher with the Delta School Board and ex-  , perienced in working with retarded  children, last July, at the urging of the  pastor of Ryerspn United Church, Vancouver, turned the church hall into a  morning care center where mothers could  bring their children to be watched arid  cared for, fed and played with. For some  mothers, ii was the first time in years  that they had been given this freedom,  for it is difficult to get baby sitters for  children with special handicaps.  No\y she and her husband, Andrew,  who was in the language department of  Johnt Oliver for many years, work alongside volunteers from their church,' from  others from the neighborhood. The ladies  .   wear   blue-sprigged   shirt   dresses   that  :   don't look like uniforms, but are pretty  anjj motherly. Mr. Hutson's natty bow tie  is the same print.        i  ,        Th.ir    undertaking,   is    Carefree-free  care.  i        There is a volunteer for each child-  .   which means 50 each day, plus 34 drivers  '   who nick the children up and take them  home if the mothers wish.  Mrs. Hutson left her teaching job and  is undertaking the opening of other, Care-  , free centers full-time as an unpaid vol-**  f untser. A recent center has opened in  Ladnes, and soon others will follow in  Richmond, Mission, Abbotsford, Prince  Rupert and probably Victoria. More are  needed in parts of Vancouver���the need  is evident, by the number of children driven to nnd from each area.  "Working in special education for  some years," Mrs. Hutson said, "I realized  how 'frustrated'parents were." The object  of Carefree is to help mothers with 24-  ' hour care for their handicapped children.  Said bo simply is sounds easy. But anyone working along with the Hutsona rea-  liwj the organization nnd co-ordination it  ��� takes, the dedication and the sincerity'  which prompts people���especially those  unwilling or unable to help in penson���to  donate cookies, coffee, wheel chairs, toys  and everything else they have needed for  the operation. ,  .    All those cared for nt Carefree during  the oast year are not small children���one  , girl is 32, All are welcome.  Hosted  Hostesses of the Chamber of Commerce Tourist booth at Secheit during the summer, were themselves  hosted at a banquet given by an appreciative Chamber at Casa Martinez  Chairman's report . . .  on Wednesday.  Mollie Smith,  From left are: Mrs.  Mrs. Dorothy Chad-  wick, Secheit Chamber of Commerce  President Eric Hensch. Mrs. Kay  Nelson and Mrs. Lorraine Conroy.  VOLUNTEER hostesses who manned the  Chamber of Commerce Tourist Bureau  at Secheit during the summer months  wire guests of honor at a Banquet held  last Wednesday at Casa Martinez, Davis  Bay.   ���  Eight ladies and their escorts attended  the banquet hosted by a grateful Chamber of Commerce and enjoyed a sumptuous smorgasbord together with the old  world courtesy of the Martinez family  in their Spanish styled dining-room.  Chamber President Mr. Eric Hensch  paid tribute to the hostesses, for without  their time and talent, the Tourist Bureau  would not have been possible financially.  He al-FO pointed out that this is the time  such a booth has been operated and from  the recommendations of the hostesses, improvements can be made next year,  ASSISTANCE  Mr. Hensch also thanked Mayor Bill  Swain of Secheit and his council for their  financial support which helped pay the  rental of the location in the Secheit Bus  Depot, which was also one of the reason's  for success. Secheit merchants also helped  , by taking out membership in the Chamber and the Mainland S.W.TouristBureau  contributed $300. Mrs. Gray was also  thanked for doinjj a wonderful job as  secretary.  'Committee   Chairman    Canon   Minto  Phyllis  Diller:  crabgrass set.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service������ 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 885-9665  AH Welcome  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service* 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSO-LS  D**l�� Bay (t����4 mmA Attbsitna I  ��� (2 block* up from Hlghwey)  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAtNT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church Sclxx.!  11:00 a.m. 2nd. *4tl\ 5th Sunday*  7:30 o.m. I*.t and 3rd Sundays.  SAINT MARY'S���GARDEN DAY  t \ ,30 a.m. la and 3rd Sundcr/i  7; 30 p.m. 2nd orxl 4lh Sundays  Rcdroofb���3 p.m., 2ml, Ath Sundays  Eomont-���3 pm, 1.1 and 3rd Sundays  sPECiuziG i mmm mmn  ARRANGEMENTS MADE TO ORDER FOR THOSE  SPECIAL OCCASIONS!  Secheif, B.C  fhmo 805-2339  Swan stated that the personalized service  given by the hostesses had paid off in  many ways and many letters of appreciation had been received including one  from the Powell River Inn. Most note-  .worthy was the number of enquiries regarding purchase of real estate and it is  understood that ten purchases were made.  Also instrumental in the successful  project were Mr. Alex Gilmore who was  in charge of the Tourist Committee last  year; Mr. George Hopkins pf Secheit motor Transport who often manned the  booth before the ladies came on duty;  Tyee Airways who supplied a plane to  fly hostesses from the Vancouver office  over the area during their visit; Peninsula Times for publicity and Times staff  member for taking the hostesses on a  tour of local resorts.  Flower  child  of   the  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  " '   Tel: 885-2100  R.R.  1, Secheit, B.C.  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts ot cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ���  Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)   L & H SWANSON LTD.  Redi-Mix Concrete - Excavations  Back Hoe Work - Ditching  Open Saturdays Phone 885-9666  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANS1DE FURNITURE  AHD CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  (L Birkin,' Beach Ave., Roberts Creek   Phone 886-2551   Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvfew Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  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.  083-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949         FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every - Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For. Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Teh years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Pf-ione 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN  RiCHTER'S  BLOCK,  SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  UNSHIiNE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD.       A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  C & S SALES  SECHELT. B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Secheit, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Bockhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phono 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Parle, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477   McCullough Chain Sows  Sales, Service, Repairs  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-9662   CHUCK'S PAINTING B,  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Free JBtimates  Phono 885-2375'aftof 5 p.m.  Box 593, Scchclt, B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE O^ ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Res. B86-9956, 886-9326  BOB LEE  GRAVEL 8, EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour t  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Cbajn Saw Dealer  Phono 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  5����-M-t to Pandot Haibour  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Poi-fa, B.C.  L. CLAYTON  WELDING & MARINE  Arc ond Acetylene Welding  Mocliinis Shop - St-xl Fobrlcallng  Complete line of nuH and boH��  MARINE WAYS  A*.k for Larry  Phone 883-2535 - Madeira Path, B.C.  ROY 8, WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building; - Porpoise Boy  Sechelr, B.C.  085-2332 or ZEnith 6430  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towina  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD-  -   -      .-v'-'Diat'-SB&aStOS''* y-   - y .-.->���     ^j  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  . Phone 885-2062  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Mado to Measure  Heodqucrtcrs for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrdw - McGregor  Currio - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  -' |    '       ' | '���   I'   ������     ���   |   . ||      .1 -.,.,   I.I..U...IH      Mil..  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canoda.  Oonerol Freight. Law-bed ond heavy battling.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all makes  Tel: 886-7411 or 886-2891  ECHELT  GARDEN  _ 'hop  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs,  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2185 - Box 236. Gibsons  ���__  <=3  f-""__l  IT AftaiPS  Commercial Printing  tne limps  i  i .   _i*w��'WvW ^^hJ^i^^t^iJ^^j^^r &+*/\$ Jrf���V  '    L  fi ���*" *     '    W V     *      x     .    ^ _,t ** i1   ^ v. .���*  ������ A  ���.-< j-.       --A     '.       "-  ^    ( ";     1    *       y f f     * *     *>      A  -#   if   ^ <*< ���*��� , i      \ i J        3 f r    ���*  V'*i��'4,'J*t"lVV   *>"\2e.  ��J .  .���<. <--*  If  < ^v' . ->  - - "~^^,iS.;  *\  H^moon Bay Happening]  W^negdoy, October |, 19^9-       The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  --Cv'-fV  FS^jpc ^or-gf1?^? *bas r^tume^ home  fr-jpmf a succe*5$fc^_ aiid interesting hunting trip amid glorious; country some 60  miles south of Telegraph Creek. Aecom-  panied by Chris Smith of Seehelt, he  drove to Sraitherfc .where they chartered a  plane" to Lake JCakiddi, landing right on  the lake. From then op they were on foot-  Frank bagged a 200-pound Stpne sheep,  one of the most sought after trophies  among hunters and they were al$o successful in bringing down two goats. They had  to make four treks a distance of 5 - 6 miles  back to Kakiddi Lake transporting their  trophies.  RETURNED HOME  "' Mri. Jenny Bach flew home to Denmark last week after a visit with her  sister-in-law, Mrs. Greta Jorgensen, Mrs.  Bacji b^d visited Canada to attend the  Vancouver wedding of her ��� son Svend  Bach -t�� Maria Mancuso of Vancouver.  Syend, who settled ih Canada three years  ago, |s well known in the Bay for he  stayed for a time at the Jorgensen home  and later rented one of the Henderson cottages.  A^ARD  Mr. and Mrs. Len Van Egmond were  in Vancouver last week at the invitation  of Mayor Tom Campbell and the Vancouver Police Commissioner to receive a  certificate of merit for outstanding citizenship. The award, was in recognition of the  part they played in Vancouver last June  in helping the police necover a large sum  of, money stolen from the JDenman efface  of the National Trust Company.  MEETING  . Tlie Executive "t^omMttee "of ihe'Welcome Beach ^mn^unify. Association met  on September; 27tb'piah the social eve-=  ^g scheduled for October 11 which wiD  haVe 'a--harvest home theme. The Executive agreed >to sponsor a five-week course  in dressmaking starting Wednesday afternoon,' October 29, providing enough ladies  enrolL So far. there-have.not been enough  names submitted to go ahead with plan?-  ���3jy Ma$r Tlnkfcjy  for an evening dressmaking class.  "nu^. BOH  Residents were surprised to see a big  S.M.T. oys ohyiously makicig a ��rial run  of ihe Redrooffs Road last^ Thursday. Can  it be feat civilization is going' to take yet  another step forward along the Redrooffs  Road?  INBBIEF   '  Dr. and Mrs. Donald Rutherford have  returned'to their home at Walnut \Creek,  California after spending the summer in  Halfmoon Bay. They plan to return again  next summer. * *.  Ernie Kingston is home after a visit to  St Mary's Hospital for observation.        t  It was full" house at the Jack Temple  cottage last weekend when Jack Jr. entertained members* of the Vanquatic Club  with some good spear-gun fishing. Other  guests were Mrs. Temple's father, Ed-  Campbell and Mr. Temple's sister and  brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hislop  of N. Burnaby.-'  Shakespeare, big business  THE. J^mATTORD Shakespearean Festival, in Ontario, firsjt opened in.July  1953, nqw has an annual payroll of $1,700,-  000 employing up io 570 persons at ihe  peak ot the season. TounstS will spend an  estimated $9,000,000 in Stratford in 1969.  Once dependent on the repair depots of  the Canadian National Railways for most  of its employment, Stratford now'has 42  new industries employing more than 4000  people, all attracted by the festival's publicity or atmosphere.  QUICK THINKING  - A man was set* to work plucking chickens in a packing house. His foreman left  io get a cup" of coffee. Thirty minutes  later, when the foreman returned, he asked, "Joe, how many chickens -have you  plucked?" -  Joe thought for a, moment, flien replied,  "Well, when I finish this one and one  more, 1 will have done two."  Conditional - T  Mr. Markle Myers who operates Ihe he is making sure she is continuing  Pender Harbour school bus transpor- her education with presentation of  taftian has seen young student Hazel the Pender Harbour Credit Union  Wray off to school and safely honie bursary. Hazel is considering taking  almostevery day of her life and now   practical nursing.  Family* aiiair . . .  Pander Graduation ceremony  iii^eoled sinceiseh eii^deci��dr  *,5>> w  * 0,04*  <   .'**'      -'       , '     .  i"  Improvement Needed  This heap of filth taken.each day re-    tpm  which,  cehtly from the St. Mary's Hospital  water intake filter gives.some indication of the condition of the water sys-  fortunately,| has been  taken over by the Regional Board  which intends, extensive . improvements in near future.  ^^ufm,4^)T  PENDER Harbour, .graduation ceremony  held last Saturday evening in one of  the. school classrooms was almost a fem-  ily affair, but its warmth and sincerity  made a memorable evening.for |he graduates who have already taken their places  in the community or in. the field of higher  education.  Pender's young graduates undertaking  the more exacting studies demanded by  higher institutions of learning were well  rewarded by local agencies and even  greater than the financial reward is the  knowledge thai the community is behind  them, wishing them well and following  their progress with interest.  Principal Mr. Don Skelton pointed out  that it is a big jump to go from a high  school and a community the size of Pen-  jder HarbourCinto the 'world.  FORMER GRAD  Quest speaker was Mrs. Lorna Klein  who graduated from Pender Harbour Secondary .School eleven years ago and was  a former President of Pender Harbour  P-TA. Mrs. Klein is now living at Co-  quitlam and taking teacher training at  Simon Fraser University.  Speaking of her own school days, Mrs.  Klein observed that there were no such  - things as home economics and commerce  rooms, the only luxury was the gymnasium but there was great pride in the  school. She feels that, students are fortunate to live in a rural area and although  they may fee! they have not had all the  opportunities, they can soon catch up.  Mrs. Klein warned that graduates will  have to conform to some society standards  but can carry their ideals with them. "You  have done the hardest part, you have the  tools and it is up to you how you use  them, but education is a part of every day  life no matter where you go."  GRADUATES  JPender Harbour. graduates this year  are: Mary Brown, John Cameron, Martin  Donley, Linda Fedossa, Jacqueline Griffith, Sandra Siebert and Douglas Sladey.  BURSARIES  Pender Harbour P-TA awards, were  presented by treasurer Mr. C. J.'Tiernan  to Jacqueline Griffith and Martin Donley.  Both are attending UBC, Martin is studying Engineering and Jacquie is enrolled _n  the Faculty of Arts.  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 112  award was presented by Mr. Bernard  Clarke to Jacqueline Griffith.  Business and Professional Women's  award was presented on behalf of the Club  by Mrs. Whittaker to Mary Brown who is  working in Vancouver and will continue  her studies at vocational school.  A new bursary presented by Mrs. West  on behalf of Egmont P-TA also went to  Jacqueline Griffith.  The Peninsula Times bursary was presented by editor Mr, D. G. Wheeler to  Martin Donley.  Secheit Teachers Association bursary  was .presented by Mr. John Ayris to Jacqueline Griffith.  " Ladies" Auxiliary" to  Royal 'Cahadiai.  Legion  Branch 112 presented its bursary  Well Maintained?  Some indication of the condition of  the waterworks system now owned  by the Sunshine Coast Regional Board  may be gathered from this filter of  St. Mary's Hospital intake system.  Tlie filter, approximately 10" by 4",  has had to be taken out and cleaned  every twenty-four hours since heavy  rains. Otherwise the hospital would  have had no water.  It's probably true tliat hard work is  a tonic, but, many people never get sick  enough to try the remedy.  LTI>-  BUY PIUECI!  ^IBB  B8  m.  SALES & SERVICE  24 noun REPAIR  SERVICE  Free Ftrk-mp & t>tAWery  SSS-954���  -QUALITY- LUMBER  at VANCOUVER PRICES  HED CEDAH > ��If AtfttEL SIPMQ  'YELLOW'CEDAR & f��0MLAf* T���<S.  POSTS  O   BEAMS O   TIMBEHS -0  - CUSTOM CUTTING -  9  SHIPLAP  PAHELLIU��  DtMEHSIOf-l  Phone 885-9722 - SECHELT, B.C.  (FOUR MILES WIST OF SECHELT ON SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY)  Nothing will turn a woman's hair gray  faster than running out of rinse.  ��� y* *^Z;tkf%\tim  r  r  ** i.-  Lions Award  Pender Harbour student Michael bell, on ginning the Lions bursary.  Klein receives congratulations from Michael is continuing his education at  Sunshine Coast Lion Mr. Neil Camp-    Nanaimo vocational school.  to Martin Donley, Mrs.; BevDivall making  the presentation.  Two'students-unable-to -complete the  grade 12.course .but .going, on to further  ..-Udy alsqxeceived"awards:-Michael Kiein  who is"studying First Aid and Time Keeping at Nanaimo Vocatiohal School received  the Sunshine Coast Lions bursary, Mr.  Neji Campbell making the presentation.  Hazel Wray who intends taking practical nursing was awarded the Pender  Harbour Credit Union bursary, Mr. Mar-  kie Myers making the presentation.  TOP HONORS  Making the presentation of the Gordon  Lyons Shield awarded the student top in  government exams to Jacqueline Griffith.  Mr. B. Friesan commented that only one  student in 4en usually completes a correspondence course but Jacquie-completed  two, winning top scholarship marks. Martin Donley also won a Government award  of one-third his fees.  VALEDICTORY  Chosen ot give the Valedictory address,  Jacqueline -told her audience that she personally had not found the high school  course too hard but had become tired and  ready to "quit Warning against this, she  said: "It is ea^y to quit but takes deter-  mination andrstrength -^continue. Rules  and regulations of high school form a  purity- which you don't realize until you  reave," said the young graduate who wished her friends every success.  GUESTS  Besides parents, teachers and those  making awards, District Superintendent  Mr. R. R. Hanna brought greetings from  the Department of Education,  School trustee Mr. William Malcolm  also wished the young graduates well, telling them that adults had not made the  world easy for them.  Young hostesses greeting guests at the  door and serving coffee were Pender Harbour High School students Cathy Griffith,  Carol Nelson and Heather West.  OCTOBER 18, 1969  UMDEHGROUfiD SERVICE WffEfi CO!  *    MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE   '  IPLETE  urbp  DE��IL0PfftS  BUILDERS LTP.  FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING  REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-7244  ...acGREGOR PACIFIC  HitWlTD.  777 Hornby St.-- Phone 688-3501  SPECIALISTS IN  COASTAL PROPERTIES  Salesman - Jack Warn  Phones: 886-7244 - 886-2681  RESIDENTIAL  I NDUSTRl ALAND MARINE  Phone 886-7244  Speed Oueen Ser��ic@  SPECIALIZING IN ALL  MODELS OF SPEED QUEEN  WASHER AND DRYERS  Factory Trained Mechanic  Phone 886-7244  SKIWG OW WHISTLER  TRIPS AND ACCOMMODATION AT ALPINE VILLAGE  Inquire at arbo  IT  MocGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY LTD.  '777 Hornby Street/ Vancouver 1  Telephone 688-3501  For only $13,800 a 6 bedroom home on a lorge lot, one block from shore. Public rood to  beach. Good woter supply, good soil. Quiet retreat. $10,QOO required to handle.  2 Bedroom modern, electrically heated home with garage on   1   1/4 acre view lot with  hiQhway frontoge. Terms on $15,500.  i   Roberts Creek: Choice of three lots, one to one and a half acres. $2,250 - $2,750.  Cottage for young family ond rental cabin on West Secheit view property,   130' highvyay  frontoge. Village water. Half cash on $ 15,000. Easy tearms at 6% on bal,  A  Beautiful family home on protected w/f. A/O steam heat, cabinet kitchen, w-w cqrpct, two  bdrms. and full length floored attic for extra rooms. Concrete floored garage and workshop. One acre lond. $23,500 Terms. Halfmoon.  Drop in to Seaview Estates in Gibsons and see our choice of view building sites.  1300' waterfront In Pender Harbour with -40 acres for $80,000.  New homes con be arranged for as little as $500 down for approved purchasers.  SALESMAN: JACK WARN. PHONE 886-7244 or 886-2681  MMHMflM^Mak_MWHMI  WALT HYGREH  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in GIBSONS  On Iho Wborf - 886-9303  Quality House and (Marina |  Paint.  BOA  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  Gibsons - 886-9533  Super Kern Tona  and  S*icfwm William*  aj-jrMMinu��j*wjnjrinnw^  Gibsons Hardware  (&S$S)  Lt��l.  Dealer for  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Bornoclo 0111* Marine Point  1556 Marin*  GfBSWS 8����-2*42  C & S SALES  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  In  Secheit - 885-9713  "Lmk '- "Better �� t��**f��r**  PilOFESSfiOWAL TIP  __ Refinishlng a piece of furniture? The Canadian Paint Manufacturer*'  Association suogests you remove as much hardware as possible from tlie  piece before you begin to reflnlsh It. If you mount drawer pulls, knobs ond  other docorntlvi. |.'<*ce% on cardboard, you con quickly pnd cosily spray  point or enamel them. Giver any hardware that can't be removed with  masking tape. This will prevent you from accidentally getting even a few  stray spotters of paint on them���ond will help give your work o professional kx>k.  WAICE THE POST OF YOUR HOME  Practically every borne has Its dreory corners���a dark basement, a  grimy oarage, ugly foundation block, or lock-luster laundry room. With a  little effort, point will Jron.fOfm these dull, gray trxpamct of concrete ond  nwnry Into lively colorful otwew.  Pointing beoutifies your masonry, mokes it easier to clean, and  piotects the tiirfoeo from moisture, harmful chemicals and abrasive*.  D. O. DOUGLAS  Vartdiy <& Paistft��  Dealer fo**  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Better - Longer  Sunnycre.t Shopping Centra  086-2615  GULF  Hiiiiflliig Supplies  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in  SECHELT - 885-2283  Twii Creel Lumber & iuiiiig Sipplf  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DEALER  Monamcl and Breex�� Points  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NEAt GfBSONS  B56-1EQB  Parser's  Hardware Ltd.  Your Deoler for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  5ICHH.T��si��-am  'r *..>���* ���  ll|*t*H*��*M ft lJftt*B��i*T-*   l*V(n"j(v��.^����Wt#WH-ff(��HjI|wf4(.'*��M  ��t)**rt !*�����***���,'��� ?����*< * ����� if* Jf . -       - ,_ |1 j    .      _  n      - . �� ,   * , - . ,  THEP_3SINSU_J.7����e��  "I may de iwww, feu/ / sftatf not be so wrong as ta fail to say what I believe Io be right."  ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler. Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher  PAST YEAR or so has not been exactly  momentous as far as the Seehelt and  District Oiamber of Commerce is concerned but in all probabilities it compares favorably with most others in communities $ueb as this. Certainly from a  social point of view it has excelled itself.  On the .rather more materialistic side  certain .ichievements have been accomplished which might be of no immense  nature but all, to some extent, of some  value to the area as a whole.  Among its lesser projects was that of  a visit to Vancouver in order to investigate certain possible industries I for the  cil and the Chamber recognizing this  fact and doing something about it that  we will get our share of the lucrative industry.  Each year sees an increase ih visitors  to the Sunshine Coast and already many  outsiders are aware Of the tremendous  potential ahead. During recent years  such establishments as the Jolly Roger,  Lord Jim's, Peninsula Dining Room and  Drive-in, Casa Martinez, increased marina facilities, etc., have all added to the  tourist influx. Others are working on  attractive subdivisions and we would  hazard a guess that within five years the  area.  It also spearheaded the proposal   entire area will hajve undergone tremen*  Recreation  Centre  which  presently  is   <}ous change.  battling parochialism.  One of the most successful projects,  we understand, was establishment of a  tourist booth at the Secheit Motor Transport premises. Staffed by a group of  volunteer hostesses, the information centre was responsible for assisting a vast  number of visitors to the area with brochures and detailed information relating  to a large variety of subjects. It is even  claimed that about ten properties were  purchased in the district by former visitors to the bureau.  This was indeed a satisfactory project  and one which would hjave been virtually  impossible without the volunteer help  supplied by the hostesses. Great credit  is therefore due all-concerned.  Village council must also take credit  for it assisted financially and made possible the $50 monthly rental fee for the  bureau quarters. Tourism is presently  acknowledged as our second largest industry and it is only through both coun***  To keep such advancement mobile  requires lively Councils and Chambers,  for apart from the sorry main highway,  side roads require improvement, new  roads have to be considered. Ferry systems require constant expansion and  many other essential services such as  sewers, picnic sites, toilet and recreational facilities do not come without responsible bodies pressing for them.  Much of this falls upon the local  Chamber of Commerce fpr councils too  seldom take any great Taction without a  little spurring from outside.  ".��� It would therefore appear, the Chamber has a heavy slate bf events to take  into account during\ coming years and  this might be afgood time to consider  absuidonnient of some of the social aspects and get down to rather more productive activities. Much progress lies  ahead of us but nothing comes easily, it  has to be gone after or worked for.  i^ri*s '."'��� -";  work lies afoot"  Fact of the matter is the proposed  gravel operation is ��� presently static and  there his been nothing worthy of report  for some time. R would not occur to the  doubters "that the logical course would be  to try attending a Board meeting occasionally. Indeed not "let us summon  these villains to appear before our high  court of do-gooders, we all have lots of  spare time on our hands and after all*  they are only actively employed, hold  monthly or, bi-monthly meetings, attend  numerous committee meetings and pro-  ibablysplay active parts on other com-  ..m unity projects also. They therefore can  surely not object to meeting with our far  more knowledgeable organization".  This would appear to be an insufferable attitude with which our true elected representatives have to contend. They  are by no means infallible. The meetings  are covered by the press and anything of  interest'or importance is reported. It is  naturally impossible to report every triviality that comes up but for those who  desire to learn more, or wish to protest,  praise or ask questions, then the simple  and normal procedure is attend meetings.  To speak or raise an issue requires written notice to the secretary-treasurer in  advance.  The press is not beyond criticizing  and in this regard wc have never shown  reticence. At the same time, wc attend  each and every meeting, we also take the  trouble to check behind the scenes when  THOSE who seek election as members  of council, school board or regional  board, do so for a variety of reasons but  in most cases there is a certain dedication  to involvement "in public affairs. One  thing is certain, it is hardly for the financial reward for this, is but a pittance and  very few seeking office are sufficiently  short of funds that money is the motivation.  Therefore, while public bodies come  in for frequent criticism and occasionally  some applause, there is obviously a limit  to their response to demands ��^ tpleran-  ce of outside' interference. Far too many  people, renowned for their lack of participation in community associations, blossom forth as arm-chair experts. They  are very free with their condemnation  of' our elected representatives yet no-  ticably absent from meetings of council,  school board or, regional board. As they  are well versed in so many subjects one  can but ponder the reasons they aire not  in public office or at least putting their  apparently; great talents at the disposal  of one of our,, service clubs or chambers  of commerce. *  Instead, Aldermen, Trustees and Directors are constantly asked to present  themselves at meetings of what frequently arc obscure and unknown groups bent  upon turning the world upside down and  supplying an instant remedy for our exaggerated ills.  In some cases we do not doubt there  is an element of sincerity involved. Many    necessary and therefore do not speak out  people arc unaware of thc fact that reg-    without good cause. In this respect, our  ular meetings of public bodies/with ppr-   columns are always open to letters pro-  haps the exception of thc Hospital Board,    -���<���"--"���    arc completely open to both public and  press.  When public funds are involved then  this is as it should be, and for those who  have doubts or thc wrong impression of  what is taking place, then the onus rests  with them to sit-in once in a while and  find out first hand.  Page B*4 Tlio Peninsula Tin-iea  Wednesday, October 1, 1969,,  Around Gibsons  ���by Mrs. Marie Clarke  A.C.W. HELD their Area Meeting at St  Aideixs Church, Roberts Creek, on  Monday, Sept. 22, at 11 a.m_, Reverend  Dennis Morgan Celebrant Communion.  The Lathes of St Aidens A.C.W. prepared  a lovely luncheon. Our Vicar Dennis Morgan opened the meeting with prayers. Mrs.  A. M. Harper, President of Roberts Creek  A.C.W, received the guests and also gave  the welcome speech. The out of town  guests were as follows: Archdeacon Jtev-  erend Faulks of Powell River, Canon  Greene of Red' Roofs Church of His Presence, Canon Minton Swan of Secheit and  Reverend Chassells of St Pauls Church of  Powell River.  Mrs. Faulks, Area President, introduced three guest speakers from Vancouver Dioceses Board. Mrs. Rennie, President General Synod, spoke on integration  of the Anglican Church Women. Mrs.  Harrison spoke on Social Action. Mrs.  Ottman spoke on Indian Affairs.  SHOWER  A shower was held on Monday, September 22 at the home of Mrs. Stenner  with Mrs. Solnik and Mrs, Gail Mulligan  as fco-hostesses for bride-elect Miss Aim  Fitzsimnioms. The bride-elect's chair was  decorated in white with pink tissue roses  and lunch was served. Guesits attending  were: Mary Stenner, Gail Mulligan, Mary  Solnik, Mary Mackay, Ann Sneddon, Dot  Gillet, Dianne Bergan, Joy Gibson, Janet  Tliorningtoi). Rita Higgs, Ila Lockhart,  Shirley Feeney, Ann Pearsell, Barbara  Rezanoff, Mrs. Hough, Doreen Stewart,  Diane.Berdahl, Audrey Hinz, Hilda Lee,  Sally Dawe, Lois Maclean, Georgette  Smith, Louise Hume, Irene Green, Mar-  lene Blakeman, Gladys Blakeman, Joan  Rigby, Mrs. Hardmon, Bonnie Nimmo,  Nessie Hill, Mrs. Glassford, Mrs. Moor-  crpft  7y__adies sending gifts but unable to attend: Lorna Alvaro, Mrs. Gaw, Mrs.  Bragg, Kathy Mandelkau, Betty Bennett,.  Gladys Macgregor, Marjorie Parry, Mrs.  Shields, Mrs. Hicks, and Dorothy Johnson.  Many lovely gifts were received and a  good time was had by all  HERE ANDTHERE  A Thanksgiving Dinner will be held on  Sunday, October 5 from 5 pjn_ to 7 p.m.  at St. Bartholomews Church HalL There  will be turkey with all the trimmings  along with pumpkin and whipped cream,  all for only $1.50 per plate for adults and  75c for children under 12. Please come  and join us with your family. You may  obtain your tickets at any local drug store.  Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Williams and Mr.  Tom McFadden have recently returned  from a month's holiday. They travelled by  air on the Pensioners Chartered Flight.  Mr. and Mrs. Williams took a Cook's tour  teavelling to Wales which is Mrs. Williams  ' home town. They travelled on to Scotland  where Mr. Williams was born and raised.  They also continued on to England where  they spent two weeks with Mr. Williams  sister. Mr. McFadden in the meanwhile  visited in Ireland. They were very fortunate to have lovely weather for their  whole trip.  Recent guests at the homes of Mr. and  'Mrs. Erie, Inglis and Mr. and Mrs. Ross  Gibson was Mrs. Mary Steen of Wallace-  burg, Ontario.  Mr. Ross Garlic is home for 30 days  on compassionate leave from Viet Nam.  From here he will report to Savannah,  Georgia, for further duty.  Recently Mr. and Mrs. Wardel sold  their home and have moved to Victoria.  Present reports. from Prince George  was that Fred Feeney, formerly of Gibsons, got himself a.moose while on a recent hunting trip.  Mrs.. Boser attended the funeral of her  brother-in-law Mr. Lee Mattice on Saturday, September 20 at Powell River.  Gibson^ firemen were called out Friday  school   is that the  allowance.  One such person took it upon himself to..puggest that as nothing has been  reported recently in thc press regarding a  proposed gravel pit in thc district, his  particular group would like members of  the Regional Board to appear at one of  their meetings. In other words, thc attitude would appear "mc thinkcth dirty  ThePeninsula7^��^  Published WedncKbya at Scchclt  on B.C.'a Santdiine Coast  by  ,   ,..        Scchclt I*cnin-ula Time* Ltd,  Box 310-Scchclt, B.C.  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S. ii. Ahgard, Publisher  Subscription Rales: (in Advance)  1 Yew, 15 - 2 Yearn, $9 - 3 Year*, $13  VS. and Foreijsn, $5.50  Serving the area from tort Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Met),  /  SECHELT THEATRE  ���   PRESENTS   ���  fri., Sot., Man., Qctotter 3, 4 and 6  THOSE DARING YOUNG  MEN IN THEIR JAUNTY  JALOPIES  Tony Curtis, Terry-Thomas,  Gcrt Froebo  TECHNICOLOR - CARTOON  Owt 10:00 p.m.  NEXT WEEK���  THE LAST OF THE RENEGADES ond  THE WIU> REBELS  Problem of the press  Acoustics!  a.m- September 26 to a fire in the Gibsons  Elementary School. The fire was mainly  in the Furnace Room in the basement.  Damage was slight though smoke filled  the whole school Fire Chief Mr. Ranniger remarked on the 100% co-operation  and the orderly way the pupils and staff  responded to the emergency and left the  building in a well trained manner.  Mrs. Frank-Hay and Mrs. Bill Mueller  have ' Mthtrated by train after spending a  .mJ!^.7^o^b|e';.'^o^W'^ks. holiday in and  aroimd7��kn.theni and Northern Ontario,  where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Iah Sutherland and girls and Misis Rodger  Who are Mrs. Hay's sister and family and  aunt, living in Brampton, Ontario. They  visited Niagara Falls and nearby saw the  world's largest miniaturama of famous  Canadian landmarks which cover 11 acres  and includes more than 100 landmarks.  Motoring to Kirkland Lake gold mining  city, they visited Mrs. Hay's sister and her  husband, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Neville.  They enjoyed good weather every day  with temperatures ranging from 50-60 in  Northern Ontario to the 8Q*s in Southern  Ontario. Congratulations.  Mrs. Roberta Fosbery, married daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Quigley of Roberts  Creek, received her B-Sc degree in Re-  habihtation Medicine from UBC this falL  Graduating with first class standing, Roberta is a former Elphinstone graduate who  qualified for Roberts Creek Legion award  and the O.E.S. Elizabeth Bentley scholarship. She has been studying at UBC for  five years and is completing a six-week  internship at Bur__aby Hospital  ie Highlight  HELLO! This is your junior reporter for  Elphinstone High I Will be reporting  the news for the junior grades because  of the split shift system.  We are all getting into jthe. swing of:  school schedule: The new semester system seems to have the students approval  Our time is very limited so vending machines were introduced to the building.  Students crowd into the Commerce room  to purchase chocolate bars, soup, chips,  oof fee, tea or cocoa.  For thoss interested in smoking, a  smoking area was established near the  rear door of the school. Grades 9 and 10  with parents' written consent, 11 & 12 are  permitted to use it.  Grades 9 & 10 held ah election on Friday for the Minister of Student Affairs.  Posters and other propaganda tricks were  covering the; walls last week. Diane Fisher got. in.   '  ��� ''  Because there are no noon hour team  practices, they have to be held after 5:30  p.m. On Tuesday and Thursday of last  week there was a basketball and volley-  ������by Dennise Dombroski  ball practise from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. I do  hope there was a good turn out.  Children's saying of the week���-"Nbuns  have different sexes but you don't know  'until you* look at 'the genders". |  The wedding of Miss  and Frederick  will take place next Monday, the  mother, of the bride to b^ announced late  today, -r- Metro Daily.  tfletchqr's Philosophy  ���Hatty W. Retcher  EQUALIZATION  Oh where is my wandering husband today?  Well, he's out in the hills and far, far away. .  He's out with his rifle a-huniing the deer  With chums and a jeep-load of whiskey and  beer.  And who shall assert that he hasn't the right?  So that's why my husband is absent tonight.  Each year he looks forward to having his spree.  Without any qualms or a thought about me.  He leaves me alone tolook after the place j .  And greet his return with aloving embrace.  Of course Fll be here, so where else would-1.  go?  But what I've been dijing he never will know.  He thinks I'll be knitting or darning his socks  While he goes cavorting around on the rocks.  The coast is all clear and I sit here alone,  The timing is ripe for a spree of our own.  Qrae wcr myW^  There's meat on the griddle and liquor galore.  While he's hiinting deer, his old dear's on the  loose:  What's good for the gander is good for the  goose!  BBP  DR. J. PAT PERRY wishes to announce thai* beginning September  15 his office hours at Peninsula Animal Hospital, for the practices  of small  animal  medicine, will be  between  9:00   and   11:00  j       a.m. For appointment call 886-7713 before 6:00 p.m.  For emergencies, on call 24 hours..  yii^m.��JStmmi��i;mmmB!miiimm,msm,.  viding they arc genuinely signed and are  not libellous.  One of the first things a kid (learns in  other kids  get more  -TODD'S  PftYGOODS  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  WEAR'  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  , Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  ggJB!  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  .GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  805-2283 - Secheit, B.C.  /  S.  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SMOKED'SALMON LOGS  % teaspoon scaicned pepper  >/. teaspoon dry rrilistard  1 teaspoon minced green onion lops.  1 pound ihlnly sliced smoked salmon  1 cup dairy tour cream  Vi teaspoon tait  Stir soli, teasoncd pepper, dry mustard and minced Q.ecn onion lops Into bour  creom, just blend. Cut smoked talmon Into 2x3-lnch slices. Sprtfod each thinly wilh  sour creom mixture. Carefully roll up and ocntly fasten -with toothpicks. Chill well  before wrvlnQ. Makes obout 16-20 oppctixers. ,  SEAFOOD FILLED PUFFS  Dealers for  RCA  ZENITH - PHILIPS  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Whom 686-2200  GIBSONS, B.C^  This elejjont 'appetizer Is very simple to make. The tiny creom puffs can wftcn  be purchased from a pastry shop but are cosy ond fun to moke ot hbmc.  PUFF SHELLS;  % cup flour % CUP boiling -water '' y^  Few oraln. ..alt 2 e00s  '/. cup buiier or morgorlne j  Sift flour and measure. Add solt and lift again, Combine butter and water In  taucepan; melt over low heat. Add flour all at once ond stir vl0orou*-ly until mixtuio  Iftavev the Mde* of the pan forming a ball. Remove from heat, Add unbeaten ��pq_. on��  ot a time, beating ihorouo"'/ 0'ler cocn ��'W"'ion." continue beating until a stiff dough  Is formed! Drop by tto'^pooniiuh on well-greased cookie sheel, keeping ithe ball* well  teparated Boke In a very hot oven, AbO deg. f\, for a!x>ut 10 minutes; reduce heat to  350 dep, F. and continue baking 'for" obout 10 m?m*1�� longer, or until tightly browned,  Cool. To'serve out ******* (rom puffk ond fill eoch shell with a generous, teo^poonful of  the seafood filling. Reheat In a moderate oven Just before serving. Mokes 4 do.cn  1-Inch puffs.  SEAFOOD FILLING.  I COU yolk, beaten  ��� ����������.      ��ir      Y* cup finely chopped .elery  2 teaspoons s.herry or lemon julco  Vi teaspoon ��.olt  1 con (7'*i or,) salmon  2 tablespoons butter  3 tablespoon*, flour  I cup milk  Drain and flake salmon into smoll piece*.. Melt butter ond stir In flour. Add  milk gradually and coo"k, stirring constantly, until smooth and thickened. Remove from  heat and slowly beat In ega Y��,k* M(i ��*lo<Y, *.h*rry or lemon juice ond wit; itm*  thoroughly. 5t.r in mlmon, Heat gently until very he*T, Mokes about 2 cups titling or  fills 4 iioi en~*�� I -Inch putt the!!*.  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  HEAT0HO & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibson*, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers aro  found at . , .  HEIENI'S  FASHION SHOPPE  Gibions, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  I  AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducK  work ond oil tank  in your home.  Call   Dud   Kiewitz   your  Shell   Oil  Distributor  886-2133, Gibsons, B.C.  i______3BB_g__^^ ��� ������>S^-.V-J**W  h/-V-v**>* v"*1-^   *^^  ���' ���*. * ������  V"  ���       ,**���!-*���*��� ���/���*���    t*   _-t   .  nf-v**i- j"**V ���V-" -��� ^ ���"  ���,> A.. __*__. ,  t.      ,_   j,y    - (i  1AU.J- ���&��� -r "^  -UV^,      w,  a.     ���  .;--  vy;*;-  �����    ���*_���  _.  s  Y*c7_  ���w-r  V   '     /'  5*  "^ a  1  Discriminatory,. . .  Hydro underground, system  ** i  three times overhead cost *  The Peninsula Times      Y Page B-5  Wednesday, October 1, 1969  i  i  i1  < ���  _7  _f  _  ���y3  .^-   i��l'  llMMAatj .TMIMHW ��-.__!'       ^i  ��_-jNl_-  Active Members  Forty boys and girls aged from 12 -16   Thatehei* s&fc Alan Brodte bii$y on ; Danny ZueS,  Hick- Blakeman and  years are active members of Gibsons    Monday;-nights  at  the -*cftlM_.oti.se:_    John Sleep. -Both Secheit aiid Gib-  Rod & Gun Club and Jj,eep instructors ��� Registering \i*SKi Mr. AndeJ^m^f-a   softs clut)S' haye junior, programs.  Andy Anderson, Deiiis Herie, Mike   new  fceason are Gor^oa/i^uiiiltoSyyY.y * ry    _ ���     - .    ^'  ������PMP ���    "I ****��� ^1 ��� P    *_>������  READ at last meeting of the Regional  Board the following circular type letter  outlined B.C. Hydro's current policy regarding underground distribution as opposed to overhead cables:  The heaviest component of a utility's  annual costs is the carrying of capital investment and taxes thereon.-B.C. Hydro's  annual capital charges and taxes represent 53 par cent of total revenue. As to  distribution plant, Hydro's rates are  based on good quality overhead'construction. In .the present state of the art, underground distribution is approximately  three times as expensive as overhead. Extensive underground financed entirely by  Hydro -jvould . call for rate increases,  which wduld be diseriminator> in that  the majority of the customers would remain' on overhead systems.  Underground is available to new developments on the basis that the developer pay the difference betwen overhead  and underground. This policy appeal's to  be acceptable; it is being used even in  thj smaller, municipalities.  - To put existing plant underground involves significant investment with no increase in,return. Hydro is not at present  _n a position to provide such investment  and in any event would be hard out to  decide where such discrimination should  apply. Seattle City Light, after years of  study, has concluded that organized areas  must elect, and pay for underground conversion. The mechanics are through municipal legislation and collection via taxes,  as an obligation against the property.  In certain areas and instances it becomes technically necessary to put distribution underground, which Hydro does,  based on engineering considerations. In  metropolitan areas, a load - density of  50,000 kilowatts per square mile is the  current criterion. Feeders emanating  from sub-stations in urban and Suburban areas are run underground, even for,  several miles, for technical reasons.1 However, the primary and secondary distfibu-  tion remains overhead;  So-called "direct burial," with submersible transformers, can reduiee: somewhat the cost of URD to perhaps double  that of overhead, but the techniques ape -  in their primary and secondary distribution remains-overhead.  "Hydro's engineers are continually engaged in studies of the underground problem and participate internationally in  the pooling of experience.  Whereas Hydro is conscious and appreciative of the aesthetic aspects involved, its policy remains that distribution  circuits go, or remain, overhead unless  someone is prepared to pay the capital  difference in cost, /   .  maBSxsses&azza&mZBsm  Lit -Us/Clean  If your watch .sslbvror fast, a  - cleaning can restore accuracy.  See us.  Mtftp MEN'S WEA  JeWelry.-. Timex, Watches  1585 Marine Drive, -Gibsons  7   886-2116  \  "  . /  / ^  f     ���  i  . ���������._.  ii* * -  .**  ,**�� -  "���    $-.* r-       *y_  fr  ���  r 1     ���  1"-****..  **��� *��� .  w.  t  _*��   -  ��   - .*. * ��� ,  ���J. '-  pammt chassis  will he held weekly for 6 weeks com-  mencin9 Tuesday, October 7th ot 7:30  p.m. ot the Heafth Unit Office, Gibsons.  For further information, contact your  doctor or the Health Unit Office,  Gibsons  PHONE 886-2228  gMQGotxmssaam.^^  ,,,      VILLAGE OF fclBSdNS  NOTICE RE: FEDERAL WHARF AND FpOATS---GlBsbNS, B.C.  Leased ami Operated by the Village of Gibsons  /Take notice that the Federal Wharf opprbach'.ramp* and flpats have now been  leased by the Village of Gibsons and will be operated and/nonaged by the Municipality  in accordance with the' Government Harbours and Piers Act. and Wharves Regulations.  Parking on the approach and wharfhead will fee governed by Municipal By-law.  Further notices -will be, published by the Department pf Transport, Marine  Services, and the Municipality in reference/to administration and vehicle parking in  the near future.  September 22, 1969  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  393gSSfeaS0S��B^^  _  Junior Marksmen  Competing In weekend competition,  Junior members, of ���Gibsons Rod and  Gun Club proved their ability, from  left: Ian Finlayson qualified for the  Bronze award; Jr. President Mike  Lawson won his Expert award and  Randy Drummond qualified for the  Silver award. Making the presentation is Jr. Rod & Gun instructor Mr.  Denis Herie.  Unemployment Insurance  MEETING in the Roberts Creek, School on  Monday, Sept. 22, held by the Parents'  Auxiliary, resulted in a very frank, discussion on educational .matters, as well as  ��� clod urn .-��f a new 'slate of officers for the  ]9C9-*10 term.  Parents voiced their concern over the  lack of remedial teaching help, instrumental music and library assistance. JMlr,  Mactavish,'Principal of Roberts Creek  School, tried to satisfactorily answer the  questions posed him.  N��w offiwrs for the* coming year are  as follows: President, Mrs, Norman Ball;  Vice-Pri's,, Mrs. Richard Birkin; Secretary, Mrs, Eric Prittie; Treasurer, Mrs.  Boy ling; Membership, Mrs. MLacJLean and  Mrs. A. Neumann; Refreshments, Mrs. P.  Fromager and Mrs, Smith; Hot Dog days,  Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Woods; Hallowe'en,  Party, Mrs, Prittie und Mrs. liairsln...  Several projects for the coming year  wcix* discussed in'principle. Hot dogs and  pop will be sold to the school children one  Friday c-ach'month. A Rummage Sale will  Ix* held In the legion Hall from 1 to 3  p.m. on Nov. (S (Thursday). Meetings will  be held at the school at 8 p.m. on the  third Monday ot each month. Tlie JntnT-  est shown by parents at this meding  isho-U'ld result in a lively year for the P.A.  Q. I am going to follow my husband  who was transferred recently, to a somewhat remote area in Northern Alberta.  For this reason I have to leave my present,  employment. ,  I would like to know whether I V/ill  be entitled to Unempleyifrient". insurance  benefit?' "   .." '       ���,.'.'���'���',���"'", *'"'���:".'  A. Ger-CT��lly speaking, when married'  women leave their'employment \-o-luntdr-*  ily to follow tbeir husbands, no disqualification for benefit' is imposed.',        ! '   7  However, one of the im j. ointanit. requirements of the Unemployrhent ��� Insurance  Act is availability for work. This means  that not only rrtust the' applicant' be pre-  Any. Questions please?  pared to accept employment, but he must  -prove that-there-are reasonable opportunities of employment in the new location  No decision in your case can be given  uptil you submit your claim with details.  ' Mojr we advice you k> contact the Unem-  ' ployment Insurance Commi'sslOn Qffice at  " Edmontp-i, which serves' the area in which  ,., you,, will be resident,, and ^ubmtt your  ! claim .to that office as soon as *you leave  .  your job. Quote your new address.  Questions should be referred to Infor-  iriation Services, U-nemploymeht, Insurance  Commissioh,  Vaniter Building.  222  ���  Nepean Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� Tel.  "'996-2975. '"���  1DSOI1S  ea Co��-nlcci  Dloko C. Alder-son D.C.  CH IWIFEACTO'll  Post Off Ic* 0nil41ng Secheit  Phono 865-2333  fte��. 006-2321  Tuesday ta Friday 10:30 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 -a.m. to 1:00 p.m.    .  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  SATURDAY, OCTOBm .3lh irom 9 p.m. lo \  live r:_i.s.c  v*  TICKETS 2.S0 'EACH'  Phono C2S**237G   ���  THE SENSBEiE WASHER  OCTOBGiS 3 and 4 by  "Mike" O'BHIEN  Hoover Sales. Representative  Free  Balloons,  Gifts,  Coffee  WASHERr '  * ScpOroto filling hose provided.  *���  Stainless steel tub. Water capacity 8-?4 Imp. Gallon* FILL  '+'. Washes 6 (bs. of soiled clothes In 4 minutes���Smaller  foods In a proportionately shorter Hme.  ��� Pulsator tuit-S ��t 545 R.P.M.'�� which creates ideal washing  conditions as It swirls tho wofw and suds through tho fabric  (quickly opA flonlly, yet thoroughly.  SPIN DRYER-  ,    ��� A lb, capacity���full wash load.  ��� 2,300 R.P.Mi.'b for most efficient operation.  ��� No great tore needed in loading Spin Dryer as load tends  to redistribute itself.  RIG. $174.50  PARKEWS.UMtBWhWE (1969)  Cowrlo Street, Secheit  Phono 885-2171  *_H-_-H_ll_  WB-^-Wy-M  s^^^^^sssm^ms^w^^^^^^sm^maam^ms^^&jims^  jqftpfffPBPffffBMffi^^  PjipjI^a^LgxggffiW*1  m.   " ���     _r% ��. __-_* ��.��"w ���'' '"��� ' "SOMETHING "DIFFERENT"  Popular Cubans! Start*���; mjmm ^ mE�� mrm4 aft V0URT^iE  Doiifl Miss Tttfs  ' Great Sftntw  and COUNTRY and WISTBtN MUSIC  leftrvttlont On!^ -. - $6.*W>lper coupta. Stitorgasboril from 7 p.m.. - Dane�� 9 p..m. to ?  yu  Phom 885-2311 *. Mlg^iway 101, Sedscft, B.C.  !  e��a��Mb^^^g^^Sffg5aaBKaM^��M  ggtgg^^iggg^i^jaj^g *-*-������    ^J*-*"*"*  S,-,^    ���*- ?*�������� ' !���> Jj.*"* l-|*  Canada Post Office . -.,.  _* . j"  . ' -  '^Surface parcel rates  increase October 1st  \  ���.  Page B-6 .The-Peninsula Jtimes  Wednesday, October 1, 1969  17  18  19  20  21  22  6.80 .  7:15.  '7.50  7.85  8.20  8.55  . 5.90.  ��� 6.20,  6.50  "6.80  7.10  ,7.40  September ... " ~���-������ --> ��� ��� -   - Minister commends sbciety  io-fr work witM; :curthritics.  CANADA Post Office has announced in-  ��� creases in surface parcel rates which  are published this week by The Times  as a public service.   ,  1st October, 1S69  Surface Parcel Post rales io the United  Stales (its territories and possessions) and  other countries.  Weight Steps      Zone 1 Zone 2  West Indies  (Antilles), North,  Central and South  Europe, Africa, America  Oceania and   (except U.S.A.  Lb. up to Asia.        and possessions)  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  $1.20  1.55  1.90  2.25  2.60  2.95  3.30  3.65  4.00  4.35  4.70  5.05  5.40  5.75  6.10  6.45  $1.10  1.40  1.70  2.00  2.30  2.60  2.90  3.20  3.50  3.80  4.10  4.40  4.70  5.00  5.30  5.60  United States. Territories and Possessions  lb.  1  2  3  4  5  rate lb. rate"  .75  1.00  1.25  1.50  1.75  6 2.00  7 2.25.  8 2.50  9 2.75  10 3.00  lb.- rate.  11 3.25  12 3.50  13 3.75  14 4.00  15 4.25  lb: rate Mb. Tate  16 4.50 21 5.75  17 4.75  18 5.00  19 5.25  20 5.50  22 6.00  23 6.25  24 6.50*  25 6.75-  NOTE: "Eight ounce parcels" (parcels  weighing up to and including 8-oz.): 15c.  Over 8 oz., full pound parcel post rate  applies.  1st October 1369 ��� Domestic Air Parcel  Post abolished. Parcels intended for air  transmission must be prepaid at the First  Class rate of postage.  STATEMENTVby The Honorable  Ralph  OR.' Loffniark; minister of health serv-'  ices and hospital insurance:  "September is Arthritis Month; During  this "month, the Canadian Arthritis and'  Rheumatism Society will bring their pro-  grains, Of treatment, research and education to- the- attention of all Canadians.  '"The,'work of this national voluntary -  health agency deserves our recognition'  and support. ' Since 1949 CARS has  brought.-relief to many thousands of sufferers of-.this dread disease. In British  - Columbia' alone nearly 6,000 new patients  were referred by more than 900 physicians  last year, and' the indications are that this  figure-.will be exceeded in 1969.  "The new, arthritis centre in Vancouver, which'I declared officially opened  earlier this ��� year, is unique in Canada.  -Here patients receive the most up-to-date  . treatment and care from rheumatologists,"  ' therapists, nurses, social workers and' other highly skilled personnel.  "Therapy services have been established throughout the province and these are  supported by travelling consultation clinics and mobile occupational therapy vans.  Clinics have been established in the prin-  - cipal hospitals for those patients who are  able to attend as out-patients and fox those  unable to travel, the therapists will make  home visits.  "Clinical and basic research are carried  out in British-Columbia-into the cause of  arthritis' arid while tbe final answer still  eludes' the ' researchers, much has - been  learned about the, disease and new methods, of, preventing disability. v ,y -  "In addition to these direct services to  patients, CARS' B.C. division has expanded its programs of professional education  for doctors,, medical students, nurses .and  therapists who have a special interest"- in  the rheumatic diseases.  "As minister of health, I commend  CARS in their efforts to provide patients  and the public with information and' care,  and give them my best wishes for success  during their campaign."  A river steamer stopped because pf  fog. An anxious passenger asked the captain, "What's wrong?"  "Can't see up the river."  "But you can see the stars overhead  perfectly plain." i ��� ,  Replied the exasperated captain,. "Interesting but" irrelevant. Unless our boiler  busts, we're not headed that way."  i  t  7J;  ���fa l  * %  >A I,*  fey  \i  jnun/7n/7nn/7/7/7/7nnr/n

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