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Dr.\ Patterson, who is General Man-  '..       _ * ���*  I    - '       ���  -V., *���?,''  V  "    " " _%n ��*��& %s�� s ns tut & ���  ���1  1  .<  PUBLIC MEETING  Proposed new water line through Selma Park will be topic discussed at a public "meeting at 8 p.m. October 21 in the  Selma Park Community Hall. Guest  speaker will be Chairman of the Regional  Board, Mr. Lorne Wolverton.  BEAUTIFUL B.C.  One of the province's most popular  Christmas gifts, Beautiful B.C. is again  available as a- gift package subscription  for one year for $2.00 which will include  a pgned greeting card and 1970 calendar  diary. Book yours now at The Times  popular bookstore on Cowrie Street, Secheit  CONSTRUCTION  Steady growth of Gibsons is indicated  by the fact that ordinary building permits,  amounted to a total of $235,675 to September 30, 1969, compared to a total the previous year of $194,000 for 1968. Added to  the total 1969 figure was an addition to  Elphinstone High School amounting to  $135;425.  NEW COLUMNIST  Starting ,in this week's Times is a  column pf particular interest to the Egmont - Pender area and is written by Pat  Kenoyer who has already written for various other publications. Pat plans a series  of articles relating to the Jervis Inlet area  and long time residents.  Seven power poles down  when wind topples tree  HYDRO crews were out last Tuesday*  Oct. 7, attending damage in the Secret  Cove area caused when a tree blew down  pulling seven power line poles with it. '  Power in the vicinity was cut off for  about -two and a half hours but once the  section'was isolated service was fed in  from Secheit and "Pender Harbour. The  incident Occurred at about 9:40 p.m. Users  suffered only a short offage during switch.  over of systems.- -   -  Darnage amounted to about $2,500 in  new pp^s>>la"^7'*o^sLjte..i. "  ager, -Howe Sound Pulp pivision. of. Canadian Forest Products, knd-chairmairof *the *  *  pollution committee of Canadian Pulp'and    ���*  Paper Association,* had accepted an invitation extehded by the newly formed Sunshine 'Coast Environment Protection So-;   t  ciety. ' "       '--���---  About -sixty people attended the meeting including three" young -students.-teacb-'  ers, Port Mellon mill staff, and members  of the Society whose-president, Mr. Peter-  J  Baker, chaired the meetiiig.   Most que's-  tioris showed genuine concern but some,  appeared to be a downright attack on the -  speaker's veracity. ' .' .   ' .  DISTRUST  Y  - Following Dr. Patterson's explanation,  of how kraft pulp is made and tests ecu-*  ducted on. pulp mill-effluent, two members of the Secheit School District-teaching staff, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fuller; presented simultaneous questions demanding -  who .conducted.and paid for the tests and  without ^waiting for an-answer, Mrs." Fuller  - stated, "You never, bite the hand that feeds  you, it. is possible .to Rire'a man who will"  say there is no change." Mrs. Fuller was  referring to Dr. Patterson's statement that '  independent tests have been conducted in  the Fraser (River, commencing two years  before pulp mills had been operating -at r  Prince  George and  there   has been  no'  change in the quality of the river.   She  insisted that the quality had changed, .'articles in the Vancouver daily papers and  fishermen's,papers substantiate this.  "Fishermen are.not dtimnues/ysheadded.  Further comments .led'Dr. Patterson to  state: 'Why call me a liar when the B.C.  Research,Council has proved that baby  salmon can live in 100. per cent concentration of kraft\ mill effluent. Don't you trust  yqiir Government department which proved that the effiuent is not affecting salmon  runi?"' 7.... .;..;,  ''"-������''^nim^tirig-^on'Pr. Patterson's observation that pollution at Port Mellon is no  worse than anywhere else, Mr. Fuller, who  teaches at Elphinstone Secondary, school,  said: "This is. a hell of a situation."  Dr. Patterson pointed out that tremendous improvements had been made over  the" years and once a good anti-pollution  measure is found it is put into practice..  There is less pollution at Port Mellon today than there was when Canfor took over  the rriill and yet production'has increased-  six times. "There is hope in the world,"  he added.  To Mr. Fuller's,retort that he had been  told .other-wise, Dr. Patter^son rammehted:  "Improvements are hot newsworthy, .and  do not make headlines." At one time 4 -5'  per; cent of pulp was thrown: into- the  water. Local Union President Fred Corley  stated that progress  made was not that  Servirig tho'Sunshine Coast;* (How. e Sound to'Jervis J diet), inpludjng.Pqrt Mpllon, Hopkins-'Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, '  Wilson Creek/Selma fork*, Secheit, Holftnoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harboiir, Madeira Pork/Kleindole, Irvine's Landing, "Earl Cove, Egmont."  f  w  I!  \  r  , Registration No, 1142  2nd Class Moil     *  <  {  'I  ��� _���>  \  *;  t  : V  J i  \  ,,  ���**��� _  r  -���*_*���  *_ *  it  A.  t  '  *���     V  l       ��  V  '  *���  _������  f  V  4>.  -  i.    k  .  _*_!   __-����      mm  *"',  .  _r/-r  *-   *��**     *���  ��,  - *,.    _**���_,  C oi C active  NEXT regular meeting of the Secheit and  District'Chamber of'Commerce will be  .rdiimer meeting,-to be heldat the Pehnv-  sula Dining Room,- Secheit, Wednesday,  October 22 at 7 p.m.  All members who  "Good Citizen Award" and the committee  chairman reported that two- names have  so far been considered. In light of the fact  , that the committees could change with a  Zone Meeting .  Royal Canadian Legion Zone meetings bring together delegates from  Texada Island through to Gibsons;  executive members at last Saturday's meeting hosted by Gibsons  Branch 109 are from left, Deputy  Zone Commander R. H. Carruthers of  Gibsons; President of Gibsons Branch  J. R. Wilson; Past Provincial President Dave Hunter of Vancouver and  Zone Commander E. Surtees of Secheit Branch 140.' Y  plan to attend are asked- to notify Neil -i- new executive it was moved the recipient    \11*nohlT_P   f.n_**H_t   WTTP **2      - be chosen before the year end, -the com-    uUlWmilC   UUUOl   X\U1   O  Campbell at 885-2335. for meal reservar-"  ti*phs. "      .  ,i     *.     .   . .,  At the last executive meeting .of (the  Chamber, imahimous approval was given  the-suggestion*that a*letter be sent to In-  dustrialist Ben' Cjihter'of Prince" George  inviting" hirn to consider the Sunshine  Coast- as a location -foi-- a brewery.  It was  t   ���        i"*jr^T>i_. j    * reported that Mr. Ginter was, at that time,  In general, said Dr. Patterson, no odor, n SSn?a ��te for i hew operation,  or effluent presents a halth hazard to    ��� y&iSoen, were asked togive consider-  ?; ��_{_%Jt�����*��*dl ��?__"����    ation^to the feet that municipal elections  fern problem than a health ptx>b-     are due m ^ that Wo _ldenwa and  . mittee continue as such until the award  is made. _ '  Little or- no action has been taken regarding establishment of a Retail Mer-  * chants'  Association to work within the  ���framework of the Chamber ,and .it was  moved,' and approved, that the matter be  removed: from" the agenda.   It had been  ���previously suggested that greater attention  might be, given the merchants' particular  problems by formation of-an'Association.  *.'- 'was' assumed there was not sufficient,  SUNSHINE Coast New Democratic Party  Club held its first Annual Thanksgiving Dance on Saturday evening and besides being an outstanding success it completely cleared the Gibsons club provincial  election debt.  Two hundred people enjoyed the smorgasbord supper of turkey, ham and all the  Jrimmings^prepared7by   the  ladies  and  Volume 6, No. 46 SOc  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1969  Thirty acre properly  for Recreation Centre  SOME thirty acres of land adjacent to the  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club  course are to be donated to the Recreation  Centre Committee as a site for the proposed recreation centre. ^  During a recent meeting of the committee, members, were told that arrangements for acquisition of the property are  nearing completion. A-.stream runs through  the acreage which will help provide a  beautiful park-Hke setting for the complex., '..-.���  Initial target, figure of $2,500 will cover  costsof architect's survey^ drawings, models and estimate of coi_struction and operating costs. To .date; Commit^ Treasurer Allan de St. Remy'reports the sum  of almost $2,000 has been raised--This has  been mainly by contributions and': sale of  advance memberships. These are still selling well and may be obtained thrpugh  Campbell's Variety Store, Secheit, or Dr.  John Crosby of Gibsons.    :  Recent contributions have ;come from  Local 297 of the International Brotherhood  of Pulp and Sulphite Workers, Canadian  Forest Products and Gibsons Kinsmen.,-  Browiiies-Guides LA.  hold October meeting  OCTOBER 1 meeting of the LA to the  Secheit Brownies and Guides was held  at the home of Mrs. Mary Flay; LA mem-  bars were delighted to_ learn that the 2nd  Secheit Brownie Pack is back in operation  .with Ina Grafe as Brown Owl and Jane  Merrett as Tawny OwL  The Fly-up ceremony for Brownies  entering Girl Guides will be held October  16 at 7 p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall.: All parents are welcome to attencL  Fairy Godmothers for the three  Brownie packs in operation reported, attendance figures as follows: 1st Sedielt  Brownies���21; 2nd Secheit Brrirvnie��r---13;  Wilson Creek Brownies���23.  Used Girl Guide and Brownie uniforms  are. urgently needed and anyone having  a uniform they would like to. make available to the LA can do so by calling TMrs.  Joyce Farewell at 885-2155- . 7.: .    .  The next meeting of the LA will be  held at the home of Mrs. Kay Nelson on-  November-5.  IX ^.w!. *>^r  Major Junction . . .  - 1  Waterworks expansion start  .victory for Regional bocifd  " ****** reach ^^.ot^ir-tenrts^^^^  -"1  .fl  >i'"*  1N 1928 a partial water system was installed at\ Roberts Creek which, it is  understood, look care of about six proper--  ties. This shiall system yias renovated in,\  the early thirties but it was not until  twenty-one and one-half years ago that  serious consideration was given establishment of a complete water system for the  community.  Since that time, meetings have been  held, committees formed and discussions  held with provincial departments, all to  no avail Most determined group was the  forerunner to the presbnt Regional District, the ARDA Committee, but this too  failed despite Federal assertions that areas  such as this could obtain assistance under  thc ARPA scheme.  Hope was again revived with the birth  of Regional Districts, brainchild of Municipal Affairs Minister, Hon, Dan Campbell.  The concept was that one body representing a number of smaller unorganized districts would bo granted official status and  would serve ns a Regional Council in  direct contact with Victoria.  Although preceded by garbage pick-up  service and a series of problems arid tribulations, the Sunshine Coast Regional District is presently forging the first solid  link in what is generally considered the  start of .. whole new outlook for the entire area.  An efficient water system'Is under oon-  (.truction\for Roberts Creek'as an extension of the Regional Water Authority, previously the Secheit Wnter Works. Work  commenced Monday, October 0 and, sUnt-  ing ncross from the Village Post Office,  heading up toward the main highway 00  Hall Road, the contractor;, laid nnd covered the first 300 feet of pipe line.  The line will continue up to the highway and back to Flume  Road where it  will branch off buck down to Beach Avenue to finally link up with the intersection nt the Post Office corner.  \ The main line will proceed along tho  i   highway  and   back   to  Davis  Bay   from  \   where it will obtain Its water nouree until  \   such time the one million gallon reservoir  \ above Selma Park is constructed.   Work  j  on t|;e re.ervol;' is expected to commence  shortly  nnd   will   be  In  two  part.,   thus  making possible n switch over .rom one  half to the other when clean out of deposit  , is necessary. This will ensure clean water  ; in the future.  > Board Director for the Roberts Creek  > urea, Cliff Gilker, one of the early plo-  * twvrti of water for the area, told The  , Times "this Is a tremendour. boost, for the  eommunity,   Many of <he wells presently  in use are either contaminated or close to  - It and during dry spell** the situation Ivan  .liron critical on numerous occasions."  Mr. Gilker explained Hint completion of  .this first phase of the wiiterworks extension will extend only lo the main built-up  'area   but   will  extend   to   less   populated  ro.idA As it becomes economically "feasible."  Rules are presently being determined and  once established house connections -will be  made.  Contractors for the work are John Davidson Ltd. of North Vancouver, who supplied the pipe at a cost of $245,212 and  H. B. Contracting Ltd. of Surrey who are  carrying out the construction at a cost  of $191,788.,  The pipe used is iron dutile which, although slightly higher in cost than asbestos cement, is considered more durable,  is rather more pliable and will not break  if struck during future digging for such  work as sewer laying, etc.  office Tat-the end, of this year). Ther* afc  Also rumors to the*effect that a,sitting  candidate might resign and stand for the  chair. This could leave three seats as aldermen to-be filled "and members should  start seeking candidates now.  Membership of me Chamber "has how  passed the ninety mark with approval of  two new members, Jose-Martinez of the  Martinez Restaurs&it' an4' Dave Dbig of  the Secheit Garden Shop.  ,  Need for a launching ramp within the  village was discussed ins light of large  number of complaints by visitors to the  area. It was pointed out that if1 we seek  tourists then we should have something  to offer.  It was moved a letter be sent council  suggesting a ramp be incorporated in the  proposed sea wall project. It was felt the  wall.going out to high water mark would  provide protection to some extent for the  ramp.   ,       .,  -  Chamber plans a once every two years  Members' 'are reminded' that"' election  of officers for 1970 takes'tface^befqre\^IT-Z^k^'j&ding NDP candidate Don  end of the yedr and in order that a cap-,  instead who only suffered, a marginal  able and efficient executive be elected it  is 4sked that all members give thought to  nominations of qualified Chamber mem-  berp prepared to accept officei       .'������'���,  By-laws state that all nominations be  signed by the proposer ahd nominee.  These should be mailed to the Secretary,  Mrs. Gray, at Box 360, Secheit, with,the  word "electton" clearly marked on the  envelope. Nominations will be held by  the Secretary and handed over at the November Executive Meeting for analysis by  the Nominating Committee Chairman.  defeat, attended to express his thanks for  lpcal_ support in the campaign and supporters were happy to learn that Mackenzie1 l h&d' the7 second highest increase in  popular vote in British Columbia.  1 NDP raiffle tickets were drawn, the  first four winners won $50 each and the  other four $25 each. Tickets drawn were:  B. Hewen, Secheit; Ken Hewitt, Gibsons;  Mrs. Aina Burns, Vancouver; Tom Kennedy, Port Mellon; Mrs. W. McNaughton,  Madeirai Park; Don Pearsell, Gibsons; A.  Gibbons, Secheit; Bill Gibb, Gibsons.  Group told ��� . .  r-  *���-.  \z /���_�����**���-  _ "i 1*"**. j  ������     . *���  >.�����.  /    -if  _���*  .  *-'.*     "'. . ���-' ���   *    ���*.\ v*-*.��-".y .  *.   .    -  "���    -. 1 v."**!    ���'    ** *\ v..:-'-*.t, ."   %~ ';  m. j.*.* **_������_>_ ^___A l**fc��|i **���  I- ^ I m *���!���-" ,,    ���      I   COM1 t  HalfwiH' Work  Alderman Morgan Thompson, recreation chairman on Secheit Village  Council, views latest cxnmplc.of vandalism carried out in one of the rest  rooms of the rest room of the building, at Hackett Park. This is but ono  instance of the many insane act.s  carried out by vandals and Alderman  Thompson says he is seriously considering recommending closure of  the building.  ZERO pollution at Port Mellon can only  come with the closing of the plant;  there must be. a compromise, somo pollution or no mill, wild Dr. Ralph Patterson,  speaking on pulpjnill pollution control at  ���n meeting sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Environment Protection Society and  held at Gibsons last Thursday:  ; This is n threat industry can hold, said  'Gibsohs Elementary School, librarian JVlrs.  'Poris Fuller, who hud previously remarked, "Why does Industry have.the-,right to  'pollute' if putting in anti-pollutants wllji  squeeze profits," Mrs. Fuller hnd commented on the ash which settles on cars  at Port Mellon and pits thte paint, what  is it doing to the trees, she queried, "Nothing,'' said Dr, Patterson; "they are doing  very well." Port Mellon residents pointed  out that.some people had lived there 13  years and never suffered with sickness  ��nd tho gardens thrive,  If British Columbia wants jobs for people there must Im; compromise, said Dr.  Patterson who, as reported elsewhere, in  this issue, had told the meeting of vast  sums of money spent nnd precautions  taken oh pollution control by pulp mills.  If you force too hard, operating a pulpmlil  will become an economic Impossibility, he  sa.d.  There appeared to he some suspicion  thet tests made on pulpmlil effluent had  been ^onducteo. by people Influenced by  Industry. Dr. Patt��rHon ntntecl that the  Federal Department of Fisheries, International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commis-  nion and B.C. Government Pollution Control had participated in tests which net  rigid standards.  Dr. Patterson said h*. followed Roberts  Creek resident Dr. G. T. Evans lino of  'u-gument regarding ecology, Dr. Evans Is  concerned at-out the safety factor for  Howe Sound which could have a different  nH of standards, He believes that In the  end pollution will kill iw but i.*i trying to  put it off, and will keep pushing. We  have tootatlw admissions that something  cuni be done, snld Dr, Kvnns who pointed  out, it-wasn't too long ago that fishing in  Lake Erie wijs profitable and it couldn't  be proved that DDT wm banmtul, some  years ago. He believes too that industry  should not have to pay all the costs of  research and wondered hpw much more  a ton of pulp would cost if there was 50  per cent better pollution control.  Commenting on remarks made by Provincial Cabinet Minister Ray Willlstor. on  his return from Japan/that Japanese mills  had better pollution control, Dr. Pattcrtson  said he had investigated this and it is not  so, even the Japanese1 were embarrassed  hy the publicity, stating their measures  are the same as Implemented in Canada  using the normal electro static precipitators.    * ���..-..   ��� ���'.-������ ���  ROAD'^o progress is ihvariabiy "cluttered __  up -with a large variety of obstacles and"  plans for a cable vision system for Secheit and Gibsons have encountered more  than a fair share of hold-ups and problems. Foremost of which have been masses of red-tape, great heaps of correspondence between various departments, ap-v  plications for licences, road access, sites  and right of ways.  Since survey cards were sent out last  May 1968 and desire for a cable vision  system made clear, the company behind  the project, Coast Cable Vision of Ladner,  B.C., have been actively engaged behind  the scenes overcoming, tine by one, the  multitude pf problems involved.  Many residents of both Secheit and  Gibsons eagerly await the installation and  from time to time The Times gets calls  seeking latest developments. Some plan  on buying color TV, others hold off pur-  , chase of expensive antennas in the hope  that cable vision will be here soon.  Latest report from the company comes  this week in a letter to Secheit Notary  Public, Jack Mayne, written on behalf of  the general manager Mr. W. S. Thomas  stating: Progress has now been made to  the point where, on the Secheit system,  we Wc awaiting clearance from the B,C.  Telephone Company, This along with a  number of documents must then bo returned to the Department of Electrical  Energy for approval and re-transmittcd  to the Dept. of Highways.  From the latter department we are  seeking a road allowance to the mountainous area north of Secheit.  As the Forestry Department has granted permits for both the antenna site and  right of way, that hurdle is now past and  it is hoped 1 to have the antenna masts  erected in the near future.  Secheit branch  Office up-graded  community grow  SECHELT Post Off lev has been up-graded  from n grade five to a grade six post  office putting it on an equal standing with  Gibsons. Postmaster'Hill Larson told The  Times the up-grading is due to general  growth of the district and population increase.  Mr. Larson warns that Ihe latter part,  of October and early November Is deadline for mailing Christmas parcels to Great  Britain and most Kuropenn countries, late  November for letters and December 11-12  for airmail. Air parcels to Britain December !i and for other European countries  December 3, '  Qvci-e-c-ik gifts must be clearly marked  "gift pdrcel" and may contain only bona  fide gifts, To ensure wife and speedy delivery it Is urged that all parcels be firmly  , packaged In corrugated containers, wrapped tightly in sufficiently strong paper  <u)d tied securely with twine.  Shoe Ixixes should not be used as con-  tfiiiicr,'!. neither should fancy tissue paper  Ik* tifi.fl for wrapping.* Parcel?, may, bow-  ever, ix* .sewn Jn strong cotton fabric for  extra security.   Mailing of  breakable ob  jects or anything likely to damage other  mall Is advised against. Mailing of lighter  fluid, niiifchcs or anything Inflammable is  strictly prohibited by law, Fresh fruit or  perishable articles also are unacceptable.  Tinned food, unlikely to leak, Is permitted to countries other than Albania,  I.ttlgrirl.-, Czechoslovakia, Soviet zone of  Germany, Hungary, North Korea, North  Vlet-Nani, Poland, Houmnnia, Tibet, lluu-  ..i.'i and Rhode, in.  It should be noted that there la no parcel post or letter service at present to the  Peopled Republic of China, North Komi,  North Viet-Ntiin or Tibet. Letter package  service Is also suspended to l.numaniu and  Russia, there Is no service fol- gift parcels  to the Soviet /one* of Germany <md parcel  .ervice to Cuba is restricted to commercial  parcels only,  Tbe usual fully complete! customs  declaration form must be affixed to all  parcels addressed abroad and .must bear  complete- (Ktalls ��'s to content.., value and  weight, These are obtainable at the Post  Office.  if**- fp-\itjf "w *���"������. f * p.**j. *t_,f,ffr*"-"^.^*.-M*��i..evj��*"*��. <f.*f**..'fl>*Mvfy*.? l>:m^^_ .-__..,__.  ___" *   ___ __.   ._,   ...    ._,. _.._..-.     ,r _   i^^_^^V*^*^^  v-"-p'7��^^7-Sly<^  .���;;1:y''7i^^  si)iaias>iiiiu*-^*^^^����&����?'  'i^^^W^^^^i^^^^'^^^if^^i^^  '(iiiSti3U!fii<&  !;YY'*a  liijitiiiilliiliiLt.*  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Oct. 15,1969   ^Ai BCTATP fff,��__n_..__a_       REAL, ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (ConHnued) \MOBILE HOMES (Conh) FOR SALE (Continued) _     ..LEGALS (Continued)  mm  1  liiiiiii^  ^nZ?EmtSUutfU*te& SetMt - Mm* 885-9654  Classified  Published Wednesday by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Secheit. B.C.  Member; Audit Birreao  of Circulations  March 31, 1969  Gross Circulation 2360  Paid Circulation 2081  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion  75e  Three  Insertions  $1.50  Extra lines (4 words), 15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates   ���  By moil, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons.  Wed., Thurs., Fri., October  15, 16, 17, at 8 p.m. "Barba-  rella" and "Waferhole No. 3"  (Comedy Western). Sat., Mon.,  Tues., 18, 20, 21, 8 p.rn. "Candy" restricted. Sat. Matinee 2  p.m. "Taffy and The Jungle  Hunter". 3442-46  OBITUARY  TODD ��� Robert Laurie, of  Madeira Park, B.C., passed  away October 4, 1969. Survived by his loving wife, Anne; I  son, David, Kamloops; 2  grandchildren. Meftiorial service was held Tuesday, October 7, in Boat; Memorial Chapel, 1505 Lillooet, North Vancouver. Flowers gratefully  declined. Donations to the Retarded Children's Association.  Arrangements through the  Memorial Society of B.C. and  First Memorial Services Ltd.  3431-46  CARD OF! f HANKS  HALFMOON Bay Hospital  Auxiliary-wishes to express  appreciation and thanks to all  those who gave their help and  donated to their wine and  cheese party held Saturday,  October 4th, 1969. 3411-46  I WOULD like to thank all the  staff at St.-Mary's. Hospital  for their care and consideration  during my recent stay. A special thanks to Dr. W. Burtnick,  Nurses Eileen Hill and Mrs.  Mike Euler; physiotherapist  Mr. John Lewis and Mrs.  Lev/is.���Bob Summerfield.  3439-46  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ������  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327 or 886-  2979. 3300-tfn  MEN ���  Buy   her Avon   for  Christmas.   Secheit  &  Wilson   Creek   area.   Ph.   Helen  Phillips, 885-2183. 3367-52  WISH to contact L.D.S. members on Sunshine Coast. Call  886-2546. 3404-46  MRS. Riddell is now leaving  St. Mary's Hospital after  convalescence there and needs  a cne bed-sitting roonri, fur-  nbhed or partly furnished.  She has her own T.V. and  radio; partially blind (one  good eye), needs breakfast in  bed and 2 other light meals im  her own room on n tray; eats  very little. Has many friends  in tho neighbourhood; could  be permanent resident and  able to pay $150 per month.  Please phone Canon A Inn  Greene 805-0328 before 0 a.m.  3413-46  WORK WANTED  EXPERIENCED      dressmaker  & alterations. Ph. 880-2963.  3208-tfn  WORK WANTED. (Cont.)  HUG   cleaning:    servIce-^-now  available  on   the   Sunshine  Coast.     Stripping,'    polishing  floors etc.. 885-9715.     ,3380-47  DAY   care   for   pre   school  children  by   hour,   day   or  week.   Reasonable   rates.   Ph.  885-9559. 3409-46  GIRL 20, experienced housekeeper ,   also    child    care.  Live in  or  out.  Phone  885-  9676. 3412-47  HELP WANTED  CARETAKER - HANDYMAN  and wife; to look after  property near Secheit and do  some light work in exchange  for electrically heated five  room cottage, with free heat,  light and phone. Write reply  giving - work experience, age  and other personal details to  Box 3410, Peninsula Times,  Seehelt, B.C. 3410-46  SALAL PfCKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Naida.Wiison  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B:C.  2910-tfn  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal, Pickers Wanted  SALAL 30c BUNCH    -  Contact plant before picking. -  Located   at Roberts   Creekj  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  3168-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 30c BUNCH  Contact plant -before picking.  Located 1st house north of  Pender Harbour HoteL  Phone 883-2265  3436-tfn  WANTED  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J. M. Hayes at Secheit,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  '"  "'       2837-tfn  FOR RENT  BLOCK BROS.  Phone  '%r.% 'Good    263-4993  collect or.. 736-5933 .  For fast service" on all .pro*^*  erties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES  3061-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  2Vz acre William'lslanjl  Price $35,000  at Irvine's Landing m-  Pender Harbor. Sheltered,  drilled well, terms available  4 ACRE trailer park or motel site, across highway from  Render 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  Earls Cove subdivision.- Excellent terms.  m ACHES, 1,000' Highway  frontage. Ex. Subdivision or  Commercial Site. $8,000. At  Madeira Park. Excellent terms.  OUI SLADEY,  Madeira Park, B.C*  PHONE 883*2233  3314-tfn   ,ii-  PENDER HARBOURr-Semi-  waterfront. fully serviced lots  close to safe beach and boat  launching. Terms available.  Full price $3,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� Waterfront. 30 acres choice waterfront property with excellent  subdivision potential. Over  500 ft. onhh^iway. Full price  $75,000 with terms.  GOWfiR POINT ��� 2% acres  of level cleared land on blacktop road. Full price $4,000.  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� 4%  acres waterfrontage. Not only  beautifully treed and gently  sloping property s with safe  beach but large 2 bedroom  modem hpuse power and water, ramp and boat flbat, etc.  All for the amazingly low  price of $32,500.  GIBSONS ��� 200 ft. waterfront. Fully serviced property  in nsw home area with spectacular view, overlooking . fa*  mous Salmon Rock. One of  -the choicest building sites on  the coast. Full price $10,500.  Terms.  ���IVz acres commercial  property in-Village ��� fully  serviced cottage and highway  frontage. Full price $13,000  cash.  YWATERFKOTIT*-���     ChSice"  beach lots. Buy now.,doing  ROBERTS  CREEK���For: s.al<_  lovely 3 bedroom hoirte on  fast. Stop in at our office at    % acre_ approx 200j*ds/-_fom  Halfmoon Bay for patAphlet  Phone 885*9683. H.~ B_ Gordon  & Kennett Ltd. Secfi&t. 885-  2013. '    -     ,     -      - 3062-tfn  ,_r rrtrir..-' ^irTthrof'tiiBMt-  MacGregof Padfic. Ftetilty  presents  SAN SOUCr ESTATES  Situated in  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say; these  are the finest lots on the Sunshine Coast.  For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or L. Can_pDelL  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MocGREGOR PACIFIC  '    REALTY  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  ." 2865-tfn  _ ���      - r        .       . .      ��� |   ..       .. . __    |  ROBERTS CREEK REVENUE PROPERTY," about- 1V&  actes with* 350  ft.' "on  Hall  beach. Private sale. Terms.Ph.  886-2744. " 3376-47  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Sectkelt���highway Id*  cation, level and cleared. All  services, available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. lio-i-tfi.  i    i .-.-.-__ ������- ij    i i ��� ��� ��� i  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  For the most. complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  call  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  '   CANADIAN BUILT!  GENERAL MOBILE HOMES  Many [Exciting.New Models  Features   utility, room   with  3rd. entrance. Immediate ��� delivery. 7 yrs. financing.  Trades considered  PACIFIC MOBILE HOMES  2667 Kingsway,  Vancouver 16, B.C.  Ph.  112-434-0208.  Ask for Roy  3316-tfn  For Free Catalogue  Phone 885-2235  3279-tfn  3.3 very. sulwlividable acrte  Road, all cleared. Hsihdy. to" all   near Madeira Park. Appr. 150'  _��� __..__.       mi .I"        ���   __     " *__T-"P   iv._J   "MM*   TT-rt-ir    CatminoA  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, Janitor  aerviee, odd Jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Secheit, Ph.  885-2101  preferably   evenings.  2754-tfn  BEAT the fall winds: We top,  limb, fall or put T.V. antennas in trees. Insured work,  done to your satisfaction. Our  fret! estimate may be lower  than you think. Phono 8115-  2109. 3054-tfn  FOR  custom  rock  drilling  &  blasting, Phone 885-9591.  3047-tfn  EXP, stem* gen. office, desires  full-time or part-time position.    Shorthand    00    w.p.m.  Typing  00-09. , Ph.  885-2302.  3345-40  appliancrTserviced ���  All major appliances, rcfrlg-  1 rration. Phone 885-2350.  3397-47  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-ffn  SMALL cottage in,'Secret Cove  with fridge & stove. Free  moorage for boat. Delightful  surrounding. Possibility of  some, winter employment for  right couple. Ph. 885-9998,  3245-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING    room,    all  found.     Private     entrance.  Clean & warm. Working man  only. Selma Park. 885-9535.  3210-tfn  GRANTHAMS���5 rooms furnished, package oil heat, W-  W carpets. Also 3 room cottage furnished, oil heat. Ph.  112-022-7695. 3388-47  FULLY   furnished   waterfront  home   for   couple,   Pender  Harbour. Ph. 731-5050.  3415-48  ONE unfurnished one bedroom  apartment, available in. Secheit, Phone 885-2802.  34l4-tfnv  GARDEN Bay, Pender Hnr-  1 bour. 2 bedroom fully fur-  !r_i<she*d cottage. All conveniences. Fireplace, new whnrf.  Until lVIny 15th. $00 per month  including oil heat. ph. 883-  2501. 3422-40  WANTED TO RENT  THREE bedroom home required by regional district  superintendent. Contact Office  885-2838 or Box 930, Hope,  B.C. 3305-46  REAL ESTATE  ���*- ���"-*��� .i'.iw'��������*.- -i. i. ,��i-������������.,-... ��...._.,ii>___ ._ ������. �����..���,_,  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer . . .  ���Continuous    advertising   In  i   four newspapers.  ���Effectivo nnd proVcn nd-  vcrtlklng in our catalogue.  .���Real Estate sales staff of  eight in two offices on tho  Peninsula.  ���Twenty-four hour answering Mndco.  ���No charge to you If therei is  no pale.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2239  Box 155, Secheit, B.C.  Box  309,  Gibsons,  B.C.  3280-tfn  .i Call Morton ' Mackay:  "886-9900,  eves.  886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons Coquitlani  3435-46  THE SUN SHINES;.ON  50' Waterfront Lot. $7,800.  SELMA PARK���Open plan  family home on two floors. 3  bdrms ���' 2 fireplaces ��� 2 kitchens. $28,000 try $7,000 down.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 4 acres  with 423' waterfront. Post  beam summer home, $45,000.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with %. bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast..  SELMA, PARK���Waterfront  overlooking Trail Bay & Islands. Nicely landscaped and  well kept grounds. 4 bedroom  housel, 2 up and, two down.  Basement with A-oil furnace,  laundry room & extra bathroom  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots   on  water    system.    Going    fast,  choice of nine. Now $2950.00.  Terms.  TILLICUM BAY ��� ClosO to  marina, 2 lots $1600 each,  TILLICUM BAY: 2 bedroom home, has large living  room with W-W and stone  fireplace, new A-oil furnacd.  Good value at $11,500.  GIBSONS ��� This new, well  planned Westwood home offers  lots of living npaco. Large living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full basement, car port.  On 6 acres. $20,000.  E. PORPOISE BAY���1 ftct**,  100' waterfront, sandy beach.  Unfinished 3 bedroom cottage.  $17,500, $8000 down.  WILSON    CREEK   ���' 2V*  acres with year round creek.  2   bedroom    basement   homo >  with  carport.   1   acre  cleared,  Secluded. Unit cash at $17,000,  SELMA PARK ��� Lovely  view lot with older 2 bedroom  home. Bin! nnnctunry with  enclosures. Imported bird.*..  Take all for $17,500 cash. Also  2 bedroom home on large view  lot at $15,500 cash.  MulUgkl* Listing ScrvlcO  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  a KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  3391-45  amenities. Two cottages, - a  suite and a store, plus^. big  garage; for,good rental potential. , Cottages ' rented- - now,  owner lives in suite.7 Half" this  property is a ".level ^grassy  field, nicely treed, \an.-es3cel-  lent. site , for " a new - house.  Price $25,000, ' aboutY $10,000  cash to tat-dle. '    --"'.*.  886-2481 -  LOCKYER - ItANSUftY  area, some nice , acreages ���  available, some with - houses.  A quiet,' semi-rtrfal - region,  minutes from- the -highway,  with view over the Gulf. Arrange for tour.  886-2481^  NORTH ROAD, not far  from Gibsons', two five acre  holdings, cleared, good water  area, both fronting on pavement.'- $7,000 on terms or ���  $6,600 cash. .     .   *    -  886-2481   .  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� 3  Bdrm. or 2 Bdrm. & Utility in  this new home on Gower Pt.  Rd.* with view of the harbour.  Large L.R. 4 Pee. Bath room.  Kitchen c-w built in Fridge  & Range. Sundeck on 2 sides.  Full Price $16000.     .  886-2481  REED RD. 2 year old house  with 2 Bdrms., 4 Pc Bath;  L-FL. open to Kitchen which,  comes c-w gas, stove; heaters  and Fridge. All on lVfe acres.  Full Price $12500, with Terms  on $3600 down.  886-2481 *  North Rd. & Mountain Rd.,  Double Lot, priced for quick  sale $2200 cash.     .  ;W-F ami 200' Hwy.. Serviced.  Asking $11,500 with-terms.  Appr.'% acre lot near Ma-  deir_t 'Park. Level, cleared,  serviced. Ocean -vie?*/ and access. _ Only $4,5Q0. full pride.  Easy, easy terms. Call DON  TATT. 883-22^.' .  SELMA PARK. has a inew..  duplex of-,uniqtie design. Just  'enough ,_Mshing to'.he done  to lend your personal touch.  The ocean view and sunny atmosphere will stimulate your  creatiyenessy Phone us now  arid :diScOV6i* -this one.  ROBERTS CREEK: Close to  beach park!* f%* level "Seres  with ,2 bdrm. home. The area  around this solid house is  ready for your landscaping  ideas. The trout stream in an  arboreal setting here adds to  the possibilities. Only $3,500  "'down to hahdle.  GEBSONSTRURAL: 10 acres  gently sloping land. Good  view and building sites on upper portion. Faces on two  roads. Bargain at i only $9,500.  full price.  LANGDALE: Very good  building lot with terrific view  of Howe Sound. Full price  $8,800. Terms.  K. BUTLER REALTY-  & INSURANCE  Gibsons,. B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  -   MULTIPLE -IJSTING  -    *��� SERVICE  Mr K. Crosby Eves.   886*2098  Mr. J. White Eves.    886-2395  it. Butler  *  Ron McSavahey  Eil TButler  Don Tkit  ��� 886-2000  ��� 886-9656  ��� 886-2000  ��� 883-2284  3434-46  CARS ond TRUCKS  1967 VOLKSWAGEN Station  Wagon deluxe model, radio,  snowtires, $2250 or best offer.  Ph. 885-9722. Weekdays 4:30-  6 p.m. . 3416-46  1950 FORD Vz ton pick-up for  r sale. Phone 885-2244.  3440-46  6816   CORTINA   GT,    2   dr.,  12000    mile    warranty.    27  m.p.g. $1970. Ph. 886-2945.  3418-48  BOATS ond ENGINES  BOAT Insurance Information.  Marine Insurance Claims.  Capt. W. Y. Haggs, Box 339,  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425. 2533-tfn  15' Cadilac aluminium boat  - 35 h.p. Evinrude, with trailer.*: tarp. 885-2007.    2359-tfn  FOR SALE 16' plywood boat  with   9Vz   hp   B&S   motor.  886r7282. 3405-46  LOST  ������ .     _,i_T   i .���mi-ii'u -��� ���     li...��� _.,. ��� .���  DARK' GREEN   windbreaker  jacket.  Lost 2% weeks ago  at,' Browning Road  entrance.  Please contact K. Warn. 885-  : 9306. 3407-47  ��� '���������i            ���'���"���*��  ������ii***rwH�� "i   " -i. ii��i-*>  WANTED TO BUY  EXTERIOR door 2' 8" x 6' 8"  wanted. Ph. 885-9427.  3379-46  LOGS WANTED  ,   Small   quantities   purchased  Red & Yellow Cedar, Alder,  Fir, Maple  Phone 885-9722 or  733-2586-721-0731  3385-tfn  FOR SALE  BTJY   youi*   trash   incinerator  from   Secheit   Kinsmen   at  *$^50 eacrlu ^PMiile 88^9542.'  . ..SMITH      Corona,      standard  typewriter with extra-large  type, in new condition, special  at half-price. Phone 885-9654.  2540-tfn  GOVERNMENT . publications  in stock at ' Times, Book  Store, Secheit. "Get Wet" fitness & amateur sport directorate, $1.50 each. B.C.-Pilot, $5.  Birds of Canada, $12.50. Coming soon, Year ,of The Land,  2nd printing,. $35. Canada's  Mai-ihe History, $10. Ph. 885-  9654. 3420-46  ��� ������ ..���I   �����    .������^���..riwM.ii. ��� i .t���  2  PICK-UP  guitar,   excellent  for    beginner.   $15.    Phone  886-2078. 3423-46  DROP    leaf    walnut    dinette  table & 2 chairs, $25. Garden Bay. 883-2244.       3421-46  SMALL solid oak English  Court cupboard antique,  $350. Georgian burl walnut  bedside table, marble top,  $145. English pewter beer  tankards from old "pubs"  $27.50 each. Antique Victorian  ladies writing desk, $150, and  lots of antique china, glass  etc. See Nell's wonderful gifts  in Nell's Boutique. Come in  and browse ��� We buy antiques. Jacques Antiques &  Boutique. Cowrie St., Secheit.  Tel.  885-2331. 3419-46  LEGALS  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 East side of an unamed  bay on the North end of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Larry Roy  Lowe of Surrey, B.C. occupa-.  tion Civil Servant intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lantis:���  Commencing at a post  planted 200 feet South of post  marked Brian Thomas Cas-  sidy (Larry Roy Lowe's South  West corner) thence 100 feet  north; thence 300 feet east;  thence 100 feet south; thence  300 feet west and containing  % acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  Larry Roy Lowe  1 Dated Oct. 6th, 1969.  3425-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  5.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Leiase Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  South Side of unnamed bay on  the North end of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Thomas  Gunning of Surrey B.C., occupation Service Station Operator intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted lOOfeet east of post  marked Moe Lewicki (Thomas  Gunnings North West Corner)  thence 100 feet- East; thence  300 fefet south; thence 100 feet  West; Jhence 300 feet north,  and containing % acres,-more  or less, for the purpose of  summer home.  Thomas  Gunning  Dated Sept. 14th, 1969.  3428-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  5.  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 South Side of an unnamed bay on the North end  of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Shirley  Pietz of New Westminster,  occupation bookkeeper intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted 200 feet West of post  marked Moe Lewicki (Shirley  Pietz North West corner)  thence 10Q feet East; thence  300 feet South; thence 100 feet  West; thence 300 feet North  and containing %,acres, more  or less, for ���; the. purpose of  summer home. .  Shirley Y. Pietz  Dated Sept. 14th, 1969.  3430-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  5.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  7     Gibsons, B.C.  3438-76  EWART McMYNN  REALTY 8c INSURANCE  Notary Public  .  .  .Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  GIBSONS, IMMEDIATE  POSESSION. Two bedrooni  view home, large, landscaped  lot, two street access. Good  sized view living room with  fireplace, WW carpet, part  basement. $3000 down on full  price of $14,900.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE: 33  acres with 2 bedroom home,  spring fed domestic water  system. Stream on lightly  wooded easily cleared land.  Suitable for subdivision. $30,-  000, preferably cash, Gibsons  area.  * GIBSONS VILLAGE���View  property, full acre. Convenient to schools, shopping area,  with 2 bedroom home, rented  n^ present. Excellent development property. Full price  $12,500, with $8,000 down.  EXECUTIVE TYPE 3 bdrm.  home, modern in every respect. Two bathroom**, lnrite  Jiving room, wall to wall cur-  pets, ample closed space. Floor  aren 1300 ft. (plu:.). A home to  be proud of. Full price $31,500  with $8,000 down.  ADAPTABLE ACRE AC.F.  Over 400 ft, highway frontage,  and 705 ft. on gravel road  frontage.' Approximate centre  of well populated area, hlenl  motel site. Ample water. Total  parcel $44,000 Terms.  SELMA PARK: An outstanding view home. 3 bedroom, fully modern. Many  conveniences. Adjawnt to  transportation. Immediate p.w-  ��esflion. Pull price $20,500, Of-  fe~s on down payment.  LAND! I I f !  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  Phone 263-4993 collect or  Yf36-5933 Mr. Good  We Cover The Waterfront  HOBBY FARM: Small holding. Tv/o rm. cabin, year  round water ��� supply, retire-  ntent or horses etc Ofi hwy.  rvt. Roberts Creek. Mr. Good.  $11,950. About 4.6 acres, i.63-  4993.  WATERFRONTAGE: Porpoise Bay. About 43 acres,  With 175 ft. wharf, boat basin,  Sheltered with lge. home mod.  Plu_t other framed in. Good rd.  In ten mina. Secheit Our low,  low appraisal. Lock stock &  battel. Only $100,000 with  low dn, payment or your offers. Excellent club or private  location, year round. Resort  area. Mr. Good 263-4033,  I BARGAIN HARBOUR: Located nr. the Bargain Narrows.  Good for pmall boat owner.  Three lots as a package buy.  About 250 ft, waterfront, Only  $11,800 with half down. Mr.  Good 283*4093.  HOTEL LAKE: Off road nr.  Irvines Landing, Pender Harbour. Approx. 65 ft. Lake a-  bout 250 ft. deep. Some rd, in.  Only $3,850.  BARGAINS: Our dollar 99  special. Only IB Iota at Selma  Parte Light bush view lota  only, $389 down, $50 per mo.  n%%. Mostly 75 ft. by 135 ft.  Mr. Good 263-4083. Inspect  these now.  I COVER YOUR AREA  LIST NOW  Mr.  Good   263-4993  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  3312-tfn  E. McMyrvn  Do Wortnrtdn  Vince Pnswcr  886-2500  886-2393  886-9359  Box 238, Gibson*, B.C.  3433-10  MOBILE HOMES  PNl-ifaiiiitli.i ���M��.rt*^r��iw����^^  m ..i,.,!.^.-^,  WHY PAY RENT?  Good selection  used Mobile  "   Homes   Easy Termi AVailabte  PACIFIC MOBlLft HOMES  2667 Kingsway  Vancouver 10, B.C.  Ph. 112-434-0208  Ask'for Roy.  3317-tfn  IF* TT'S   suits���it's   Morgam  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  SHEEP MANURE aged, ready  for use on lawns & gardens,  in bags. Elander Farms, Shaw  Road, Gibsons, 886-2400.  3309-tfn  WEBSTERS new standard dictionary for home, school &  office, $1,29. At The Times  Book Store, Secheit, Ph. 885-  9654. 3052-37  FIREPLACE, alder, delivered.  Local & Vancouver arta. Ph.  886-2438. 3305-46  DOUBLE oven Tappan, range  with metal cupboard, below  element, $200. Electric clothes  dryer,  $60. Ph. 885-2142.  3339-46  ELECTRIC    Gurney    220   y.  range, $50 or best offer. Call  885-9409. 3361-46  BEDROOM    suite     complete  with mattress & spring. Ph.  886-2549. 3408-40  WHITE Peking ducks. Phone  885-9751. 3399-46  EXHIBITION type muffed  Tumbler pigeons for sale.  Get a start in Chinchilla's���  ��� Breeding pens singles & young  stock. For appointment to  view Phone E. Surtees, Halfmoon Bay, 885-9303.    3417-47  '67 CHEV 100 super van, 27000  miles. Nice condition! $2000  or will take trade for medium  sized station wagon of equal  value. Ph. 885-2313 or 805-  9530 eves. 3441-46  ATTRACTIVE   mobile   home  12 x 48, 2 ycara old. Furnished or unfurnished, 2 bedrooms. Ph. 885-9978,    3437-40  .....i,.. .J         ..-...._- i ii.  -i..~W~... ��.  ONE Ashley wood tk coal  heater and I Zenith oil Btove  complete with 2 drums and  fttnmi. Will ffwnp oil stove for  table saw. Ph*-885-2367.���  3432-46   ��� i     H . in. i   MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fifcr* glass���Rope-  Casrga���-Boat llftrt_vr*rip  Compressed air earvico tor  Ekks-iirera air tiua&s,  Skindivera  available for  salvaga work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate on  south coast of Nelson Island  between Ackland Point and  Cape Cockburn.  Take notice that Kenneth  Gordon Terriss of 1958 Ogden  Avenue, Vancouver 9, B.C.,  occupation architect, intends  to apply for a lease of the following described "-lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the shoreline approximately 5,100 feet east of  the east boundary of lot 1425;  thence north 300 feet; thence  east 100 feet; thenco south approximately 300 feet to the  shoreline; thence west nproxl-  mately 100 feet following the  shoreline and containing V*  acresi, more or less, for\ the  purpose  of recreational  use,  Kenneth Gordon Terriss  Dated 25 September, 1909.  Staked 31 August,  1969.  3355-pub. Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 1909  O !*    ���  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate on  south coast of Nelson Island  between Ackland Point and  Cap* Ctkrkburn.  Take notice that Anne Ter-  rls-i of 1958 Ogden Ave,, Vancouver 9, occupation housewife  Intends to apply for n leaw of  the following described landa:  Commencing at a post  planted on the shoreline approximately 5,000 feet east of  the cost boundary of lot 1425;  thenco north 300 feet; thence  east 100 feat; thenee south approximately 300 feet to the  chorelitv.; the-m* west aproxl-  mately 100 fe<*t following the  shoreline and containing H  ncrr-i, mon** or Iom, for thc  purpose of recreational use,  Anne Tcrrir*r*  Staked 31   August,  1909.  Dated 25 September,  1000.  ���  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 South Side of an unnamed Bay on the North end  of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Louis Kis-  ling of Surrey, B.C. occupation Cement Mason intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 200 feet west of post  marked Moe Lewicki (Louis  Kislings North East Corner)  thence 100 feet West; thenco  300 feet South; thence 100 feet  east; thence 300 feet North  and containing V* acres, more  or less, for the purpose of  summer home.  Louis P. Kislinfi  Dated Sept. 14th, I960.  3420-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  5.  m  M  Phono 88*19303, Glteoiui, B.C.  1306 tf��' 3354-pub. Oct, 1, 8, 15, 22, 1069  Form No. 10  (Section 82)  LAND ACT     ,  Notice of Intention to Apply  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  Thomim Car-sidy of Vancouver,  occupation student, intend*, to  apply for n lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a pout  planted (Brian Thomas C"'*-  sldy'fl N.W. corner*) on thr  N.E. side of unnamed hny  and 350* more or )<���*"**���  N.W, from tho Notice of  Intention of Donald Ivan McDonald; thenco 330' east:  thence 100' abuth; thenco 330'  west; thenee 100' north and  containing % ncrea, more or  lesri, for the purpose of sum*  mer home.  BRIAN THOMAS CASSIIW  Dated August 15, 1801).  3304-puh. Sept. 24, Oct.  1, A.  15, 100!)  ;  -i  BB,***!!!.****!  A_  K  _#    c   ,* y.f   ��    (.    ����� it  _#   , _    4    *  ,C  **'*#.*.,_        *.�����!(.  ....     ^  .    ,..-,,.-,., ,.?.  :-<,  -gp **��� **_.*���   _."^.�� *t*-yZ-*r. .'-.ifc_+lw-v*-*j *  * ��>s*   e*. -4     v-V^v . *ir*^ -^ S^wV ����� v*4 -r-  W-O"**-,^  --^-"i.*.** J*   ,������"-_���   V     i**     i'',L>*"     W^-J^-.*  4,   -h^i.h.u-^^  LEGALS (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued)  V  LEGAL (Continued)  Form,No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of" Intention to Apply  toXeaSe Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver" and" situate  south side of unnamed bay  north side of Nelson' Island.  Take    notice    that    Romeo  Fournier  of  Surrey,   occupation caterer intends to apply  ���for a lease, of the  following  described lands:���'  Commencing at a post  planted North East corner;  thence 100 feet West; thence"  300 feet South; thence 100  feet East; thence 300 feet  North and containing % acres,  more or.less, for the purpose  of summer home.  'Romeo Fournier  Dated September 6, 1969.  3403-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  .      '      5, 1969  .    1   v.     ,  Form No. 18  (Secijon 82)  LAND. ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and' situate  south side of 'unnamed bay  north side pJTNelson., Island.  Take notice that.W-U.li Kauf-  marni of Surrey, occupation  caterer intends to apply for a  lease of the 7 following described lands:--- ���  Commencing "at ,a post  planted North East corner  (Paul Peregrym) North West  comer; thei-tce.' 100;Feet West;  thence 300 Feet South; thence  100 Feet Easi). thence 300 Feet  Noith and containing % acres,  more or less," for the purpose'  of summer home.   ��� -  -    '  Willi ,Kaufmann  Dated September:. 6, 1969-  3400-pub. Oct/15, 22, 29, Nov.  * "���-;      ���'   ' 5, 1969  t    *���    r  1 /���***  r '9  Wednesday, October 15*^1^9*-���^-The* Peninsula* Times  Pa<_ei A-3  .         I    fi aJJMrW****1"1 ��� *_mgf_mm *m*jm m mmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmm^mmm m,m.��-*wM,m^r***:* W JM--IIMJPW m I JI l WJUI ��� ������ piM^Tgli  - Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  "Notice of Intention .to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate  south side of unnamed bay  north side of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Joann  Fournier -of Surrey, occupation caterer intends to' apply  for a lease of the following  described -lands:������  Commencing at a post  planted North East corner  (Romeo Fournier North West  co-ner); thence 100 feet' West';  thence 300 feet South; thence  100 feet East; therice 309 feet  North and containing" %'acres^  more or less, for the purpose  of summer home.  JoAnn. Fournier  Dated September 6, 1969,'  3401-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  5, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Form No. 18  . (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the East side of an unnamed bay on the North ehd  of Nelson Island.  Take notice - that William  Earl Reid of Surrey, B.C., occupation salesman intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:.���  Commencing at a post  planted 200 feet socth of post  marked Brian" Thomas Cassidy  (William " Earl Reid's North  West corner) thence 100 feet  south; thence 300 feet East;  thence 100 feet north; thence  300 feet West "and containing  % acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  William Earl Reid  Dated Oct.' 6th, 1969.  3424-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  5.  MONTREAL has brought much fame to  this country���rthe largest French-speaking city in the world outside Paris, Expo  67, National League, Baseball. One of its  less noteworthy "achievements, however, is  its record in bank holdups1-55 in the first  71 banking-days (this year,- ahd an almost  equal number in the city's suburbs. And  75 per cent of bank holdups reportedly  remain unsolved. Armed guards posted in  each branch has been considered, But is  very costly and will probably only invite  a shoot-out.  One bank has what is hopes will prove  a satisfactory answer. Banque Provinciate  du Canada is installing bullet-proof tellers' cages in the centre of the behind-the  counter area; each teller serving a customer will have to go to the central cage  to get the money. So far, hone of the  branches with such a cage has been held  up yet-^-therefore, not put to the test. But  maybe the moral of the tale is right there  ���they have not been help up.  i  t&  _<3  _*8  _�����  o  1  ft  1  I  I  I  i  i  H   Saturday, October 13th, 1969  w  SECHELT  Refreshments 7:00 p.rn.    -    Dinner 7:30 p.m.  Dancing 9:00 p.m.  i_  ���:  li  I  I  I  6_��  I  I  $6.00 EACH  Tickets available  SEMI-FORMAL  W. Bryson, tel. 885-2153  I  i  Notice of Intention to Appiy  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of Vancouver and situate  in front cf Lot Four (4), Block  Five (5), District Lot One  Thousand. Three Hundred and  Ninety-seven (1397), Plan  4479, Garden 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, at a post  planted at the S.W. Corner of  Lot 4, Block 5, D.L. 1397, Plan  4479; thence 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.E. corner pf the aforesaid 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 of a marine ways and  moorage.  JAMES CERIC REID  Dated July, "1969.  3303-pub. Sept. 24, Oct. 1,- 8,  15. 19r.0  ���NOTICE  TO  CREDITpR�� ,  Estate of EDITH VIOLET  LESLIE, Deceased, la^e of  Secret Cove, Halfmoon Bay,  Secheit, B.C.  Creditors and other, haying  claim's against the said estate  are hereby required to send  them duly verified, to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Bur-  rard Street, Vancouver'I, B.C.,  before the 20th day of N6y���  1969, aftei* which date the assets of the said Estate will be  distributed, having regard  only to claim that hav<? been  received,        Y  , Clinton' W. Foote  i    PUBLIC TltU^EE  3383-pub. dct.B, 15, 22, 29,  1     I960  Form No. 18  (S^cjiion 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land-Recording District  of Vancouver; B.C. and situate  on the South side of an unnamed bay-on the North end  of Nelson Island.   "  Take notice that Moe Lewicki cf Surrey, B.C., occupation Scrap Dealer intends to  apply for a. lease of, the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 100'feet West of post  marked Thomas Gunning  (Moe Lewickijs* North East  Corner) thente 100 feet west;  thence 300 feet south; thence  100 feet east;-thence 300 feet  north and containing % acres,  more or less,* for the purpose  of summer home.  7 Moe J. Lewicki  Dated SepOl4th, 1969.  3427-pub. Oct"," 15, 22, 29, Nov.  - Y' 5.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  lo Lease _L_c.na    " -  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the East end of an" unnamed bay on the North End  of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Joseph  Robert King of Surrey, B.C.,  occupation Mechanical Foreman .intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:��� .    -   -  Commencing at a post  planted and marked. Joseph  Robert Kings N.E.' corner;  thence 100 feet west; thence  300 feet south; thence 100/ feet  East; ;thence. 300 feet North  and containing-%' acres, more  or* less, for the purpose of  summer home.  Joseph Robert King  Dated Sept. 14th, 1969.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of ' Vancouver ' and situate  south side' bf unnamed bay  north side of Nelson Island."  Take notice that Paul Peregrym of Surrey, occupation  Servire Station Operator intends to apply for a lease of  the following" described lands:  Commencing, at a .post  planted North East corner  West corner); thence. 100 feet  (iviiss JpAnii Bloumier North  West; thehce 300. feet South;  thehce 100 feet 'East; thence  300*"feet: North and. containing  ^-acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  Paul Peregrym  Dated September 6, 1969.  3429-pub/ Oct. ,15, 22, 29, Nov.    3402-pub. Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov.  ..' ';: '��� ;  '5,''-"Y" y 5, -1969  M^^yiU^f. !;,���... f';:,i,ff  Ask-for this booklet from oyr representative,  'R%. J. 1$. -����.sdlen.  who will beat  POWELL RIVER INN  ,.. ,1...*., ^��s*i<6.*:   ft    , ,.  .    Powell River, B.C.  ."' .''.'"7.'"'���'���' 7 7.*- ���    ,  T^Rg^ OCT. 23rd  It^ou^eguire^aterm loan to start,  mode,nize orexpand your business,  we invite you to discuss your needs  with our representative.  INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  TERM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES  H  .". >'i M*. WI* <(��*.   I '  nyifcst Hastings St.  aiicouver, B.C.  THE  PENINSULA TIMES,  WWSVT ^Wfil-ffi WW5 mn  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRtyt.. SfCr^LT, if.C  Sunday School ���* 10:00 a.m.  Church'Si'rvlcii ���- ^1 sl-l a.m.  PHONE 085-9665  Ail Welcome  /^i/CAN WURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Evijry Sundoy  9:30 o.m. Church School  11:00 o.m, 2nd, 4th, 5th Sunday?  ' 7:30 b.iri. tst and 3rd Sundays  SAINT /y^RY'Sr-��AF,pEN BAY  11:30 a.ni. 1st and 3rd Sundays  7:30 i.,m' 2nd arid 4th Sundhys  Rcdrooli.S���3 p.m., 2nd,. 4*h Sundays  ��groont~-Yi p.m. is^bha 3rd Sundays  SUNSHIN��t$A$$  GOSPEL CH^RCy  (Undcnomlnollohal)  Sunday Strtool 10i00 o.m.  Church *Mlrvl�� 11:15 o.m.  tvaning S*��rvk�� 7i30 p.m.  PA|STplt r\EV. S. CASSELLS  Dovl�� Boy Bo��-l *.�����*��� Arfeutu**  (_^^V*^'-r>H H^��8*s*��*3f)  cannot always carry full dqtails.  ���I...' -/I'  ��� - l ���'!��� ��-./%*    ������. '���"  ��      "���   .'"    *0(,lltl>.  Oct. 16���-1:30 p.m. Legion Hall, Secheit Senior Citizen*' Assn. mooting.  Oct. 17���10 a.m.-12 noon Madeira Park Legion Hall. Measles Yocclna-  ���'' -   tlori to. childreh 12 months-12 years:*"    ' ' '���    ��� -��� ���      . '  Oct. 17���2-5 p.m. St. Mqry's Hospital. Measlci va(;clnatloo for children  12 months-12 years,  Oct, 17���2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall, L.A. Rummaao Sale,  Oct. 18���2-4 p.m. Legion Hall Secheit. Fall Tea &''bazaar. LA.''Canadian Lcojon Dranch HO,  Oct.   18���From  9 p.m.  Elphinstone. Gibsons  $ea  Cavalcado  "Deficit  1 "  Dance", pHzc;s ond surprise..''"   "' "���' "'''���        '  Oct,  18���From 7 p.m, Peninsula Dining Room, Sechelr. Masonic Banquet and Ball.  Oct, 21���8 p.m, Selma Park Community Hall, Public Mcotlng to discuss  proposed new water |lr��(| <jj Selipa Pork.  Oct,.24���2-4 p.m. St. Aldan's Hall, Roberts Creek. A.C.W. Fall Bazaar.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multlpfo Listing Jorvlc*  Vanco'-ivor Real Eilata  >t  Bo<ir<)  REAL ^STATE  INSUflANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Sochclt 885-2235 24 HOURS Gibsons 886-7015  V   ���  *��� "*- *W>���" mm!  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.R.  1, Secheit, B.C.  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  GibsonsYVillage  Experts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ���  Phone  886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)   L & H SWANSON LTD.  .*�� V , r ���_. f,       f*-t-*-        ���>       t*.��  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  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists"  R. Birkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone ,886-2551   Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  ' Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  K'1.    :'.-?r .,   -.   .,   .. it i i , _ *  .   Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 82;' Gibsons) B.C        LEN WRATHS 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.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons  886-2322  John Hil��4-Sff��i^  REFRIGERATION  and Mqjjor Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phono 886-2231  froir\ 9, a.m. to &:,30 p.m.  Rm. 886-9949  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  ^IVDm$ SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs,  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ___^ ���*-������. * *. ��   ���  ��� /..i      -1* ..* ���.      ���'  ALTA RA| BM.VP^RS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  jfox 14, Sechelf, B.C. - Pfr. 895-235J5  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoo and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  ^ono 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Park, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477  \        McCullough Chain Savys  Sales, Service, Repairs \  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-9662  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Frco Estimates  Phono 885-2375 alter 5 p.m.  Box 593, Scche-t, B.C.  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 poyment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimote���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and* Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street-, Secheit  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN  RICHTER'S BLOCK, .SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  Bernina & Omega  Sales,' Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  At the Sign of. the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive ond Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Rea. 88fr99.jjS, 886-9326  Phone_.885-2062 \  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ������ ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Servico v  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy. Sporryak, Springbok,  K ix C Therrooglass  Ford Marine Engines  o\ Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer    .  Phono 893-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Creek, B.C.  TREES.- SHRUBS - PLANTS  LANDSCAPING  Phono 886-2684  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secheit to Pender Ho*'*'**'"  Phono 833-2426  R.R. 1 Modelro Pork. B.C.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ER^ifCFLTD.      .C SPECIALTY  "       COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWlNG���886-2811  .  Latest Equipment for .  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  C & S SALES  sechelt. b:c:  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phone 885-9713   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050. after 6 p.m.  Scows . ������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  -.LTD.7 ,  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towina*  "''l HIGGS  : '"  Phone 8|y4^5  TWIN CREEK LUMBER   p7  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  , "Give' Us '_*fJGaH. .,,.',l"'"'^,-., ���  FREE ESTIAAATES |'  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plufnbing .-  Pipefitting  Steamfitting - THot Water* Heating  ���,.''  Pipe'Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headqucrters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currie - Pioneer Clothes |  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marino Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885,4118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER ,  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  General Freight. .Low-bed and heavy  hauling.  GIBSONS MAUp! SLICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all makes  Tel: 836-7411  or 886-2891  ECHELT  GARDEN  lHOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cov.rio Street - 885-9711  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving tho Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-2185 - Box 236, Gibsons  L. CLAYTOM  WELDING & MARINE  Arc and Acetylene Weldino  Mochlno Shop - Steel Fabrlcotlna  Complete line of nuts and bolt*  MARINE WAYS  Ask for Larry  Phono 883-2535 - Madeira Park, B.C.  HARBOUR MOTORS  Gas and Repairs  Garden Day Rood, Pender Harbour,  Hours 7 a.m. to  10 p.m.  Phono 883-2414  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  B.C. 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T  -     Growing  Chess Enterprises Ltd. situated near  Gibsons on Highway 101 is already  showing signs of developing into a  large concern. With a variety of used  cars and new Ford cars and trucks  Chess Enterprises . . .  Concern   .   .  available, next stage of development  will be a major service station. This,  however, is presently held up by -the  oil strike.  ANOTHER business for the Gibsons area  which opened unobtrusively less than  two months ago has, without doubt, helped keep mamy thousands of dollars on  the Sunshine Coast which might otherwise have been spent on the lower mainland. ' ���'.  Chess Enterprises on Highway 101 under the ownership of Frank Havies and  Albert de Vries has provided the area  with a well stocked car lot which has,  in short time, made abundantly clear the  fact that there is no stalemate in the car  market. To date, sales have averaged  almost a car a day and indications "are  that the market. will- remain steady.'  Frank Havies is Tho_ newcomer to the  Sunshine Coast 7for he has been interested in the area fOr -thet past eight years  and  hais owned  property at  Davis  Bay  and in Secheit. His partner Albert was  previously in business with his Father  in Vancouver in the the carpet .business  but the family are so impressed with the  Sunshine Coast and its potential, ��� that  they intend moving to the district in the  near future. -  Frank is well versed in the automotive  industry having served-' for eight years  as District Service Manager for General  Motor Products of Canada. He was also  General Manager of a Pontiac, Buick ahd  G.M.C. dealership at Whitehorse and has  worked as a car salesman.fon Bowell McLean. He is married with three children  and presently resides" in Secheit while a-  waiting a move to a home at Wilson*  Creek.    _  Apart from7 uSed vehicles, Chess Enterprises now handle Ford Motor products and future plans call for. construction of a major service centre complete  with gas pumps. This is temporarily held  up due to the present oil strike.  r  ������**:���_  \ -5. V  *���*   -v V*  k***-*;    "  *������*.  ���f.  . y *  .* . _ .*  -. �����-  . *��� ���**  A-.vJ.-_    i  . .A~X \ / -a  ���    4  <.    ���  * ������ **���  .   ,,r.  *Yf/yj .'���:.  �� I ���  Readers Right  Disassociate  Editor, Th6 Times,  Sir: I think it should be made quite  clear from the outset that the Sunshine  Coast Environment Protection Society  wishes to disassociate itself from any remarks that were made at the meeting  held at the "School on Thursday (Oct. 9)  last, which implied, that 100 per cent  freedom from pollution was our objective.  Most people will realise that such a situation is impossible without closing  down the mill at Port Mellon, as was  pointed out by Dr. Patterson.  The person making these remarks was  not at that time a member of the Society.  It was gratifying to see the interest  shown; indicated both by the numbers  present and the questions asked, and it  is the hope of the Society that people  will go on asking questions. This way  we may get some answers.  J. HIND SMITH  ,�� Secretary, SCEPS  Bottle drive  Editor, The Times,  Sir���We wish to take this opportunity  to express many thanks to everyone for a  very successful bottle drive held in Gibsons with proceeds going to Brothers Park.  Special thanks to Super-Valu for the  use of this lot and the co-operation of Mr.  R. "StrosKeih, Mr. Jack Clement and Mr.  Bob Kelly for the collection of bottles.  Also to the Ipareixts who turned out to  drive arid the helpers who sorted bottles  and iserved hot dogs and cocoa to the boys.  KA. toG-IBSOftS SCOUTS and CUBS.  Protest  Editor, The Times,  Sir: As a member of the Sunshine Coast  Roller Skating Club, I wish "to protest the  School Board's statement^ that they eventually, wjant the roller skating terminated.  Surely the taxpayers should have some  say in this matter, instead, of just a handful of people.  The Skating Club was started by a  few- adults who Mt there were no facilities here for recreational enjoyment for  the children. They not only have donated  hours7of their time, but^three of them  sighed a promissory note for thousands  of. doUars, w^th7 absolutely ...no thought of  any7ffh__r(eial gain; as a matter of fact, if  the children had not had the interest in  the skating, these men stood to lose a  great depl of money. This money, of  course, was ^0 pay for the spates, at $43  per pair. Thete was also the sound equipment, ;and insurance to carry. These skates  werfe - so _ expensive due the fact that  the-wheels were made of a special plastic,  guaranteed not to mar any floor.  I should also like to state that no one  has received 4 cent piece fo rtheir work.  All the money taken in has been to*pay  for the skated We haye also paid $8 per  hour to the'school for rent for the gym,  whlc^ramounted"to' approximately from  ,$200 to.$2507pet month;,-Included in this  amount was the rent of .the Pender Harbour gym, where a,group from the Club  jgp ^everyYsecorid 7,,Fiid��iy.,��'''?^h^'''"lia,ve''''*t6  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 15 ,1969.,  truck all those heavy skates all "that way,  but did it in order to give the children  there a chance to enjoy the skating.  The response to the skating has been  well worth* all the effort these people  have put into it, and they feel that this  is reward enough; so you can imagine  our feelings at this time.  We have spoken to a number of mothers who bring their small children on  Satur&ays, and they all feel the same way  we do, that it is most unfair. We hope  other mothers of children who attend our  sessions will be good enough to send in  letters of protest and that the School  Board will have a change of heart.  A. SANDY (Mrs.)  ^i"*^^-"**;^^  .-   SALES & SERVICE  SERVICE  Free Pick-up 81 Delivery  ��&"_��$.#'*_^^  ' r  ACROSS CAHADA  BUB ATMS BIST  ..T^^m^Um^  Thb advtctii.ment is not published or displayed by the Liquor ConUol Ban) m by the (JoverjimplUI pnti .h'Colum...  I.   M  V*"*-..**-    '-v  New Partnership     '  Two men who visited the area, saw    Chess Enterprises Ltd. have proved  the potential and joined forces in a ��� to many car buyers the fact they do  business venture which is  already    not have to leave the Sunshine Coast  justifying  their investment,   Frank:   to shop.  Havies, left, and Albert de Vries of  Customers ion the Secheit System (formerly Secheit  Waterworks) may now pay their water hills at the  ���Sehelt Village Municipal Office or at the Regional  District Office, Davis Bay. Hates for the quarter commencing October 1st are now due. Cheques should be  made payable to the  Regional Water Authority.  CHARLES F.'GOOPSfMIG  Secretary-Treasurer  ^^��t,ct1ijS��*^^*B'*ssj>jc^  .1   *  ���fl    r.   'IFZ���J   |i7=*#A,  ]f I  0  '  ,-*.. ���"*..l,  *������;��� > .���*.  . ��� ���.*.������ ,/���>. **  ������  ��. .��� ** ��� .  , 'V *.-  ��� <*.   '  .���.',.*'7*v:v   '  ] 1 Beautiful Colourfe - Exceptionally Resilient - Installs Easily - Resists Stains  and Spotting - Will not Shrink - Vacuums or Hoses Clean - Won't Mildew or  Rot * Odorless - Non-Allergenic - 70%  Weather Bright Acrylic * 30%  ModacryllC. Sq. yd.  :OWAKE (1969)  Cowrio Street, Scchclt  Phono 885-2171  ��i"     ��� ���   ������"'���      ���: ; ���;    '���    * ���������   -��� ������ ���   ������ ;" ��� ��� ������  ������     ���   '  ...........       . ,..7 ;     .   . 1  fc!        ..�����^      ������ -_.      f���~ [���~ f ���!��������� ������>.      r" -s.      r"���_ 1���n     >^-���*v r������n. r������1      r-"���. r"'"'^'"! FI /~7  I     "^\   I   1 I   I  /*   1   r"~"l t","-v    1*"*^   f~1 ni    >^~~i S  . *  ���_._.,��� ���  - \^M^V__  jJmWM-4  13  ���        -V     * !    "* *v  '    ** !��� *   J  %J  J 7  V  *\ . ��.'  V>f ������IMI__  ���**���  V-  r>  *lH  **'  i* ,  **"'���  -'  U~r  ���*.,*  !*���  .    *  1.  j,   '  1 ^  V  .*s.  1 * *  '��-*  1  ���  X-     1.     * "--���- "������"I  lr7\ ��<  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2234  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885-2238  sagggggggsEa^^  #����i��^__.*����'*^��-^**_*'_<.'��-r**-*if(W*'_^_w  i  Bf'-Jt  ..* n- .i��..u#i*..it��t .'-A 'v.'A.f   '���-'���i   / t' t -.'��� ' , ;'. ���",'  '   .-'i ,���' 4 ,   ,"���  (,   ^   fs*****,^.*,*,,rr?.����,f.,^  i, ,  . ^'^,^-.*���ft,i*)l,^*^#t-, 1     ,      *K1-)   ]��  s_>l..��..i._^��.'4'^ J  .  .     .It   -Vf  *���h      *   Y ^ ".���-'��� -.  ., ^"i i" -.'J; ���*��� (' , / - t^ ' *.   *Y        m  it v   *rt /  **" r~"s    -_ " *  \'       f    V  %->*j#*'*v>>.t. **-.,,��' %,**<Jt ���*** J. ������. ^"-^ V ,*1***i.*-'*4t-k** ->*���*-> J*>"*WA'''lt' ���**i* ** '��-"**"^���fl"***   v1--.-" - *���s,a>4.��u*ji��*-��_  w**tw**.ir < -��**.'< ** *"-*. *>. -1 -t-1  s ! v    i     ^     '^ *���* V  : *    ���" *i - i) * -  -^.^..t.ii, ~ ���*�����'����� iw/y-Vi-'*r|  Wednesday^ October 15 .1969 . The Peninsula Times  ilfii  Page A-5  e spend many dollars on  Because our prices are  There is no way-Ihis company  and every unit clearly,,price tagged.  each unif-Carefully reconditioning our ".cars. ��� .,/'  . :        ;  the customer get more-valtle for each^* dollar/#��u*speti  I' " -.      *' - "���    1 -.-���**���. .        . -'  v '    -r y , '     -'���..   .*   7  will have a dissatisfied customer because we will 'be practical  to satisfy YOU.  A  \  \    1970 Ford Maverick 2 door Coupe  Equipped with:  Large 200 CID 6 cylinder engine.  Select   shift   cruise-omatic   transmission.  Optional axle ratio for better gas mileage.  6:45x14 whitewall tires.  Custom deluxe interior accent group.  ' AM push button radio.  LAST OF THE 1969's 'HUGE DISCOUNT'  Ford F100 V2 ton Stylestde Pickup  Equipped with:  Regular and deluxe tutone.  360 V8 engine. Ranger package.  Ammeter and oil pressure gauges, ,  Tool storage compartment with lock.  4 speed direct shift transmission.  LH & RH chrome swing lock mirrors,  Optional vacuum booster brakes.  Push button radio. 55 amp. alternator,  70 omp.  H.D. battery.  Convenience group.  Extro 20 gallon frame rriounted gas tank.  Power steering.  1250 Ib. front springs. 1650 Ib. rear springs.  650x16 6 ply tube type tires. Undercoating.  1970 Econoline Super Vaii with Windows  Equipped with: *  Large 240 six cylinder engineY  ",,,.   Stationary passenger seat.  Ammeter and oil pressure gauges. ;  Deluxe horn ring. .  CruisQ-o-matic outohndtic transmission.  ,    Dual western mirrors.  Cigar lighter. .."...'  1970 Ford F250 3/4 ton Sfy_QG.de Pickup  Equipped with:  Regular and deluxe tutone paint,  390 V8 engine.  Ranger] package.  Cruise-o-matlc transmission.  Power disc front brakes.  55 amp. alternator.  Extra 20 gallon frame mounted gas tank.  Power steering. ���   \  1250 Ib. front springs. 2450 Ib. rear springs.  Basic Camper Special Package.  750x16 8 ply tube type tires.  Undercoating.  ALTHOUGH WE DO NOT HAVE ALL MODELS IN STOCK WE CAN GLTT THEM  ON A MINUTES NOTICE. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY A NEW UNIT DISCUSS IT  WITli US BEFORE YOU BUY. IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. '  SALES LITERATURE ON ALL  1970 FORD PRODUCTS AVAILABLE.  WW.   wmswwwiiw^.  1962 Thames Comer Club Van  Immaculate    mechanical   condition.    Good  rubber. 4 cyl. engine. 4 speed std._ transmission. Custom radio. Side loading  doors. Completey reconditioned...  1964 Plymouth Belvedere 2 dr. Htp.  V8, engine. 3 speed at-tomatic transmission.  Custom radio. Whitewall tires. Exceptionally  , One.owner car.  .      J^��_PiS^��i_P.  1965 Heteor Rideau Station Wagon  Big 6 cylinder. Standard transmission. Custom radio. Electric tailgate  window. Whitewall tires. ....  1965 Plymouth Fury ll 2 dr. Htp.  318 V8 engine. 3 speed, Automatic transmission. Power steering. Power brakes.  Custom radio.  Whitewall tires   1957 Pontiac    4 dr. Sedan  Green. 6 cylinder engine.  Standard transmission   1966 Volkswagen 1300 Deluxe  With radio. Completely recondi-,  tioned Including brand new tires.  1959 Austin Westminster 4 dr. Sedan  40,000 original one owner driven  miles. Interior liko brand new...  1964 Ford Falcon 4 dr. Sedan  6 cyl. engine. Standard trans-     j^j  mission. Very clean       ,  1964 Elamhler Ambassador 2 dr. Htp.  ,327 V8. 2 speed automatic transmission.  Power steering. Power brakes. New tires, New  exhaust system. Transmission overhauled.  Completely reconditioned grid  ready to go. ���. _���  1969 Cruisalre Tent Trailer  Fully equipped, Has never been  used. Cost $561 OUR PRICE  1969 IMercury Marquis 10 passenger  StMion Wagon'  8000 miles. Has all accessories except air  conditioning. Cost of .this unit was $6700.  This Colony Park Wagon going  for on unbelievable S_lfi.8l0lfl_  LOW PRICE OF     1963 Ford Falcon 2 door Sedan  6 cylinder engine. 3 speed automatic transmission. Custom radio.  Very clean t   1964 GEV2C 1 Ton Flat Deck Truck  Big workhorse. 6 cylinder engine. 4 speed  standard transmission. No spin differential.  reconditioned.   .      MtmWWmW  1963 Ford FaSrlane 500 4 door Sedan  V8 engine. Automatic transmission. Power steering. Custom radio?  1957 Pontiac 4 door Sedan  6 cylinder engine. Standard        ��<  transmfslson. Very clean interior.     ,  3  ���p  \  1   "  .  1  ,r  Yl  -1          h-  - .-*'  _]  i .��-   ..__ _j  __._ \___._.  .-���*,-*.  L -J  U~~3  II  ro  o  1 1.  .n  _,*....��*_. ^*.^,  t  "r " ��� Y-  Y.  ...-      ,   .'        �����' _-- '' {    *.w..v, -*>, ..     'a-   -,^..   .  ,.,*-.. ..��s,.   ...i',.<,   i.,.i*i,.   -.  <v ,v*   *��;.'' 'ii i  ."fl   *.    --' " <.'l      ���,"  . ,  "   .  j*-''*-     ,    '      *���  ���jj-usrfvv <*- i^wK^**'*^****^** 4/_i,  *--   '.*''* ."'r*,'*.* .      '-'������;.������;.,'" ' h.   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Ytefaerioy, October 15 ,1��69        j4M$tit��iS&^!mX  Y        ^ ���������������*���������   |,    ���������������I..   ,      |   ,.,���        .     ,..,..������. ��,������,,��������.,..��� ,_fe_____S._N*____.  ^..��a��t^a____^n-.___-_&��-2_^  ���y  i   Aufumn event  \  Our Lady ol Loiirdes Church  N  Ji\     'Is.  ���   V-    ��� *     /'/_-��    i ���*���  1 ' ���      >��� _    *4        .���*>-  v*   <r  Y.  or Dixson-McMillasi wedding  Delegates  Delegates to Sunshine Coast Royal  Canadian Legion Pacific Command  Zone meeting held in Gibsons on Sat-,  urday are from left, front row: Past"  Zone  Commander S.  A  Clarkson,  Vananda; George Richards, Powell  River; Geoff Thatcher, Zone Secretary, Roberts Creek; Gary Gee, Se-.  chelt.   Back row: Dan Dawe, Gibsons; Alex Hurrie, Powell River; Ken  Butler, Powell River; W. D. Hurrie,  Powell River; Leo D'Aoust, Roberts  Creek.  Wilson Creek resident  passed away October 2  FOLLOWING a brief illness in Vancouver, George Donald Forester of Wilson Creek passed away on Thursday,  October 2nd in the city where he was so  well known, having worked there for  many years.  Mr. Forester and his wife Yal came"  to live- at Wilson Creek five years ago  following Mr. Forester's retirement from.  Whitehall Pharmaceutical Supplies. He  had been a member of The Commercial  Traveller's Association and Past Commodore of the Sea Going Hacks; also a  member of Prince Arthur Lodge No. 82  A.F. & A.M.  Memorial service was held on Monday, October 6th at 2:30 p.m. in.Nunn  and. Thomson Chapel, 10th Ave. at,Cam-  bie St., Vancouver with Rev. Harry  Lennox D.D. officiating.  Mr. Forester is survived by his. wife  Val of Wilson Creek; a daughter and  son-in-law, Mary Lou and Charlie. Mayr?  of Vancouver and, four grandchildren, a  brother, two sisters and nieces and nephews. Local relatives are a brother-in-  law and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hubbs of .Selma Park.  In- lieu  of  flowers  it  was  requested  that donations be sent to  pital, Seche.t.  Secheit News Notes  VERA and Lyle Summerfell' of Secheit  have just had happy news from Ger- '  many. Vera's sister, a former resident of  Pender Harbour and her husband, Marilyn  (nee Dediluke) and Kirk Stone have just  had their second child, a daughter Dawna  Colleen, 7 lbs., and born jn Germany on  October 7, 1969, a sister for 19-month-old  Derek who -was born in Nova Scotia.  Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.  S. Dediluke of Squamish who welcome  ���their' first granddaughter, ahd Mr. and  Mrs. Earl Stone of Toronto.  Former residents of Toronto, Kirk, who  is serving with the. Royal Canadian. Navy,  was joined by his wife and son in Germany in July after Marilyn and Derek' had  been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Summerfelt  in Secheit and with relatives on the mainland, before leaving on their new adventure  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. H. Cooke from  Shropshire. Great Britain, have been recent guests of their cousins Mr. and Mrs.  Pete Smith of Selma Park. The weather  during their six weeks visit to Canada  has been wonderful except for a rainy day  at Port Alberni on Vancouver Island. They  toured an the Cariboo country and the  Okanagan before going on to Victoria and  back again to the Sunshine Coast. The last  week was spent gathering oysters and  salmon fishing at Stone's Marina and on  Monday, relatives gathered for a farewell  party at the Hotel Georgia in Vancouver  to"jmsh Mr.-and Mrs. Cooke a happy jour-  ney.   They have vowed to return again  because they enjoyed their visit so much.  Recent visitors at the home of Mr,-and  Mrs. Gordon Potts were their son-in-law  and daughter Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mc-  Guire with little son Rodney. Also spending a weekend with the Potts -were old  friends Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Logic of Port  Moody with their two daughters.-  Mrs. Tom Lamb spent a few days in  Vancouver visiting daughter Mary.  Mrs. Ernie Montgomery has returned  from a delightful trip to Norway" where  she visited relatives, en xotite home Mrs.  Montgomery spent two days in London.'  _ Mrs. M_ Moulton of Nobleford, Alberta,'  has been visiting her nephew Ernie and  Mrs. Montgomery. '  SATURDAY, September 20, was the <iay  choser. for the autumn, weddingn of  Sandra Lynn McMillan, .oply daughter of  Mr- and Mrs. Bert McMillan of Princeton^  B.C., to James John Dixon, eldest son of  Mr. and -Mrs. John Dixon of Secheit, B.C.  The double ring ceremony took place  a: eleven o'clock in the morning in the  very beautiful and historic church of Our  Lady of* Lourdes in Secheit with Rev.  Myles Power OMI officiating. The Church  Choir led by Mr. Reg Paull gave a moving  rendition of the vocal selection chosen for  the ceremony. -  Given in marriage by'her father, the  bride looked very lovely in her full length  gown of white lace over satin which featured an Empire waistline^ long lace  sleeves and lace neckline. Her three-tiered  bouffant nei veil,was held by an imitation  white pearl and rhinestone orchid and she  carried a bouquet of white stephanotis  and red roses.  Attending the bride were Darlene Dixon, sister pf the groom, and Louise Denis  of Princeton. Their dresses were mauve  and pink crepe, full length, with Empire  waistlines and they carried bouquets of  yellow roses and white stephanotis.  Best man was Mr. Stan Dixon assisted  by Mr. Ray Dixon, both brothers of the  groom. Ushers were Mr. Douglas Dixon,  brother of the groom, and Mr. Almar  Moody.        - - ���   ,  Beception followed in the Secheit Hall  where the bride's table was centred with  the tall four-tiered, beautifully iced cake  made by Mrs. Etta'Ferguson of Princeton.  Mr. Tommy Joe of Everett^ Washington,  proposed the toast to the bride.  For the happy occasion the mother of  the bride chose a teal blue two-piece suit  with yellow rose corsage. The mother of  the groom chose a lime green dress with  yellow rose corsage.  The honeymoon was spent touring in  the Okanagan'and through Oregon and for  ^ the journey, the bride chose a green jade  woven wool suit with fox fur trim; her  corsage was a white orchid.  Upon their return from the 3,000-mile  journey the young couple have taken up  residence in Secheit where their address  is Box 438, Secheit.  Many out of town guests attended the  wedding including: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Joe,  Everett, Wasl^; Mr. and Mrs.- John T_hom-  as, Stranear, Sask.; Uir. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson, Princeton; Miss Teresa Antonick;  Miss Bonnie Holland, Princeton; ��� Mr. Milo  Green and daughter Cheryl of Haney; Mrs.  Shirley and Vicky Small of Burnaby; Mrs.  Catherine Saunderson of Chilliwack; Mr.  Vic Louie, Seattle; Desman Jce, Everett,  Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Coates; Mrs.  Mimi Fossett; Miss Carol Millroy, Vancouver.  It never pays to work on a full stomach���unless -you're a mosquito.  corau^rnr cum  $500 JACKPOT  All Gaines $25  S8.00 F.M.  UHSIIMY,  lift 23,1969  Tickets Limited  3 for $5.0��  extras $1.00  PENDER HARBOUR  COMMUNITY HALL  No-one admitted under 16 years  *Ste.^,TA_���.....&_,,,*>^  S ' .aft*  1  Mm  uii  Confi-tet  SERVING PORT MELLOft TO HALF  We pick you up of your home. Dual controlled cars.  Small automatics now available.  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Their  presence in the classroom, and on the  field has contributed in good meausure  tovard a real feeling of integration and  co-operation. Teachers are expressing appreciation for the numerous types of help  which the aides offer and are recognizing  increasingly the abilities of the young  people.  Village Activity  Take over of tbe waterworks by ihe  Sunshine Coast Regional Board has  resulted in new hope for many who  have previously endured years of  hardship from seasonal water shortage. Work-/is well under way on extension of-the service to Roberts  Creek, phase one of an overall project. Contractors are seen shortly  after starting from the village centre  of Roberts Creek where three hundred, feet of pipe were laid and covered in the first day.  Convention report . ��� ���  B.C. Go��ernment Employees  seek collective bargaining  In Mr. Dall's science classes, "Walter  John moves among the test tubes and * is most noticeable  young people, assisting students with  their discoveries and experiments. He  sets up equipment, designs scientific  charts and takes an active part in the life  of the classroom. Darlene Joe and Linda  Joe work in primary and intermediate  classes providing the extra help so needed i_i this integrated situation. They hear  small groups of children read, give assistance to children erperiencing problems   in   language   and   arithmetic   and  a valuable helper in the art work of the  school. The native youngsters show a decided bent in this direction and will value  his help.  Secheit Elementary is a school of  scattered buildings where supervision has  in the past been a headache to the staff  who could carcely eat a meal or have a  coffee break at recess without interruption. The presence of the aides to help  with supervision has caused the staff to  give a hearty thanks. The tone of friendly  acceptance of the new supervisory staff  Auxiliary finalizes  annual smorgasbord  Pages 1-6   REGULAR meeting of Secheit Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital was held in St.  Hilda's Hall, last week.  Reports of the various committees  were read and showed continued activity  on behalf of patients and hospital.  Plans were finalised for the annual  smorgasbord to be held November 16 in  the Legion Hall. The party this year is  to have an oriental theme, and oriental  as well as occidental food will be served.  Members will conduct a Christmas  Bake Sale on December 18th with Mrs.  W. Burtnick as convenor.  Mrs. J. Redman and Mrs. S. Dawe will  represent the auxiliary at the annual  convention of the B.C. Hospital Auxiliaries.  Mrs. T. B. Ivan Smith who chaired  the meeting in the absence of Mrs. Parker "reminded the members of the memorial fund when donations for pediatric  ward are received in lieu of Christmas  cards; also the sale of candy wreaths.  13,000-member~ B.C..   Government   Employees* Union launched a campaign  for   collective   bargaining   rights, at "its t  annual convention in Prince .George last" Chafe,   assistant -director   of   legislation  week. for the Canadian Labour Congress, prom-  The   delegates  also   voted to  change ' ised support of "all levels of the C.L.C."  the name of the organization from Asso- The vote to change the name from As-  Announcement  Owner and President of Parker's  Hardware (1969) Ltd. Mr. W. S. Nielsen takes pleasure in announcing appointment to his staff of: Keith Pen-  dergast. Keith, who has resided in  . the area for four years, is a native of  Alberta. He h^s been previously employed with Avalon Log Sort near  Port Mellon. He will be in charge of  the plumbing and electrical" supplies  and fixtures. Keith is also familiar  with marine supplies and is well able  to discuss all aspects of this business.  ���Advt.  ciation to Union.  Delegate to the convention from *the  Marine Branch (Unlicensed) for their  area was Lome Blain of Gibsons.  The union voted unanimously to demand immediate talks with the provincial government on the establishment of  collective bargaining. Delegates passed a  resolution to "inform the gpyernment of  our dissatisfaction with present bargaining procedures."  The camoaign for bargaining rights .  was kicked off at a luncheon on the opening day of the convention, when Dr. John  Crispo, Director of the Centre for Industrial Relations at the University of  Toronto, said that the government em- -  ployees of B.C. have only "begging  rights" now.  He said all the union can do is place  its demands before the Civil Service  Commission and then sit back, and; wait  for a decision. But; he warned that the  union faced a long, tough battle in its  fight for bargaining rights. "It- is going  to take a great deal of public educaticEft,  political action and legislative lobbying,  I only hope that you can achieve your  aims without confrontation," he said.  "British Columbia is behind all other  provinces, in granting meaningful, collective bargaining "to public, 'employees^"..Tie  said.        - , , - ' . '  Both the B.C. Federation! of Labor and  the Canadian Labor Congress, who had  fraternal delegates attending the convention, pledged their support for the union's  bargaining rights campaign.  Hay Haynes, Federation of Labour  secretary, told the delegates the government employees would get the federation's ''unqualified support" in the campaign.     ,  He said the provincial government's  landslide victory in the recent provincial  election will make it difficut for the  union to convince Premier Bennett that  he should take a second look at the demands for bargaining rights for the tin-  help with reading conferences. A more  ion members.*."No government can rea-, individualized reading program began  sonably expect its -employees to accept last year at Secheit School and the pre-  second-elass"   status," he said;-   Frank-" sence of the aides has certainly enabled  the children to contact an adult listener  for encouragement and direction ' more  frequently. Most daises. are large and  contain numerous children who need  steady and intensive help.  sociation to Ujiion climaxed a three-hour  debate.        -���'.:.. .  . General Secretary , John Fryer' said  the name change was very significant to  the organization as' it mounts its campaign for collective bargaining rights.  Possibly tbe. most important service  the aides offer is by their very presence  at the school. It is a great morale-booster  for Indian boys and girls to meet young  Indian people in a position of authority  and it is also important for the rest of  the school population. There is a good  feeling of friendship and oo-operationi  shown by everyone concerned.  There is some dismay felt, that just  as the school is learning best how to use  the help of our young teacher-aides, we  may lose some of them. Salaries of the  young people are not high, and, subjected  to further docking by various departments, are proving to be insufficient as a  living wage. It will be a matter of real  concern for the Integration Project if the  situation cannot be remedied.  In the sports program Tom Paul has  proved himself to be a popular and  cheerful referee- He assists with intramural games. His interest in. crafts, particularly  wood-carving,   will make  him  Cultivate an awareness of the various  support levels of credulity.  Surrepetition can be so hypnotic.  Secheit Bowling  THIS week's bowling "highs" were scored  by Pio Vogrig of the Peninsula League  with a total of 767, and in the Ladies'  League, Ev Chappell scored a total of 733.  Sports Club: Carl Arness 295, Esther  Berry 705 (222, 212, 271), Bob Benner 311.  Tues. Ladies' League: Sharon Middle-  mists 253, Ev Chappell 733 (260, 234) ��� Sylvia Jones 254.  Wed Ladies' League: Eleanor Grit* 660  (261), Doris Bond 626 (254), Phyllis Hand-  ford, 255.  Pender League (Oct. 9): Marilyn Clayton 286, Bert Goldrup 685, Bruce Cameron  314, Carol Reid 618 (255).  Peninsula League: Ena Armstrong 649  (272), Leo Johnson 702 (286),Orv Moscrip  286, Pearl MacKenzie 256, Etta Stewart  289, Pio Vogrig 767 (338).  Ball & Chain: Mary Vandeberg 263,  Earla English '623, Sharon - Middlemists  659, Al Lynn 636, Matt Jaeger 654.        ,i  ���fi*-.*- a"  ���L-  BSBBBilBa^^^  a&a  ... '.  1 >  WET STYLE I  8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.  LlVE MUSIC  �����, OCTOBER 17��h OMLY  ENJOY A NIGHT TO REMEMBER  at  <_.  asa  ���t  ariinez  FOR RESERVATION  Phono 885-2270 - Davis Bay, B.C.  Instead of a lot of fancy optional equipment that makes the payments last longer,  Volkswagen introdvces something to make the  car last longer.  The VW Diagnosis System.  ,      Now when you buy a new VW you get  two years' worth of free inspections.  ���_.,"...  The idea behind it all is to spot small  trouble before it can become big trouble.  Which means that the Volkswagen  Diagnosis System is a fancy extra ���  that does something no other fancy  extra can do.  Save you money.  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Alsgard, Publisher  BRITISH Columbia Human Rights Act, large unemployment situation; in fact it  proclaimed last June, does to some  extent help the over-forties who for some  years have been victims of -discrimination  in the job market. Far too many positions have been advertised with the "under forty clause'* for a variety of reasons  and very few of them good.  This abominable practice has greatly  reduced employment prospects for large  numbers of married men with families  to take care of. Generally, it is a safe  bet, reasons all revolve around the questionable concept of economy. An older  man with .experience would naturally expect a higher salary, he would also cost  slightly more in corppulsory insurance  benefits, pension schemes, etc.  Whether the small -savings are justified at the expense of experience and  maturity is another matter and one worthy of consideration by the penny "pinchers. Jn any qase, the new legislation is  a move in the right direction even though  it is virtually valueless.  No longer is it lawful dn the province  to discriminate by refusing to employ, or  to discontinue the services of, a person  who has reached the age of forty-five and  is less than sixty-five.  Like many other such well meaning  Acts, there is always a way around and  in this case both back and front door are  wide op&n. It is like taking the proverbial horse to water.  We do not have an ovenvhelmingly  is comparatively low, but this does not  suggest that large numbers of people are  not constantly seeking work or new jobs.  It is a simple fact of life that the average  person in employment is continually on  the look-out for a better position. Consequently, every time a reasonable job  goes on the market there are numerous  applications, quite logically not restricted  to any particular age group.  Therefore, although no age restriction  was included in the advertisement, in  compliance with the new Act, the prospective employer is quite free to selecj  whoever he decides is the person best  suited to his requirements or type of operation.  In the case of a person who has passed the -age of forty-five and who the employer Cannot now fire without good  cause, theh he always has the traditional  method of making life so miserable for  the employee that he, or she, submits the  awaited resignation.  This is a well used method in our  society as a means of disposing of an  unwanted employee without fear of the  stigma of "ruthless employer." Indeed  the reverse is the case for he invariably  turns round and claims he was let down  as a result of the employee "walking out  on him."  There we have it! A well  item of legislation but v. orthless  nature still wins out.  meaning  Human  CREEPING into our society with the  remorseless tenacity of a malignant disease is a malady which, if permitted to  continue or spread, could result in complete failure of the democratic system  of which we are so justifiably proud.  One of our greatest freedoms, that  of free speech, is in danger. Not through  government decree but by the hands of  the people themselves. It is a self-imposed exercise in gutless rejection of one  of our most cherished possessions.  We deplore the iniquitous dictatorship so prominent in Soviet dominated  countries yet for no reason worthy of  consideration a situation has developed  over recent years in which far too many,  people fear to openly express their views.  In the United States we have been  treated to the spectacle of the Smothers  , Brothers barred by a TV netwprk because they permitted jokes against the  President and his "^verr^ent. 7 The situation was so ludriebus that evep^Sdre  they were deposed,' they were fttfced to  refer to President Johnson as Johnston  in any jocular comments they made.  This does not suggest we approved  of the program in particular but it certainly did not warrant such pious consequences. While we will probably never hear the story behind tlie story, it is  sufficient to ponder just what motivates  suppression of a few political jokes. We  doubt very much indeed that any such  instructions came from the White House.  It was in all probabilities petty roinded-  ness by network management.  A similar incident occurred on another America.) TV. show last week in  which a young writer of a book showing  the other side of President Nixon quoted a few reasons as to why he did not  like the President. The interview was  cut down to a couple of minutes and the  time factor taken up with numerous*  commercials.  On the local, scene, things aren't  a great deal better for we too are, inundated with this new breed of speechless wonders. People who will Wax loud  and long with, often admirable, viewpoints become mumified the moment  they are asked to openly commit themselves.  Newspaper waste baskets carry a  large quantity of letters to the editor, all  unsigned or signed with fictitious names.  Many of these are libelous but others  _)re frequently excellent contributions,  but the writers lack the courage to sign  , their names. Pen names are acceptable  providing tlie letter i�� signed with the correct name but again, why should anyone have to resort to a non de plume?  The reasons are often long and varied but usually meaningless. They include  such absurd excuses as "You know how  it is, I am a teacher and "it would not go  down too well with the Board" or "the  firm might not approve of it"���others  have the inane explanation "well in my  position I have to be careful".  This is supposed to be a free country  and it is a very weakly character indeed  who lacks sufficientc ourage to stand  and be counted. Certainly there are" occasionally good reasons for withholding  a person's name from publication but in  most cases their is no valid excuse at all.  The School Board might not welcome  criticism by a teacher, possibly his superiors might also disapprove but, they  would be in a sorry plight if it ever came  to light that the teacher had been disciplined in any way for expressing a personal viewpoint.  Considerable vandalism and drug addiction as well as other' seriousc rimes  would be cut to a minimum if people  only had the courage to speak out or  make known facts they might be aware  Of. It is the same old story, afraid to  speak out.  This is a deteriorating situation and  one that should be halted now, otherwise, before we know it, we will establish for ourselves another Kremlin, request of the people.  Fletcher's Philosophy  The PENiNSULA^fewe^  Published Wednesdays nt Scchclt  on B.C.'* Sunshine Coast  by  Scchclt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Bo* 310 - Scchclt. I..C  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S.B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (In advance)  1 Year. $5 - 2 Years. $9 - 3 Ycara, $13  U.S. and JF-'orcrfen, $5.50  Serving the area from fart Mrlhrt to EgnHirtt  \ (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  ���Hanry W. Fletcher  RETRIBUTION  In these tortured times of trouble  With our laws reduced to rubble,  While a few fanatics fan the flames of treason;  .Though it smells of revolution,  Like our rivers seek pollution.  It shall all be clean and safe in proper seaion.  Don't let renegades usurp us  In out patriotic purpose,  Fly thc fluig and -how your colors in defiance.  Make u loyalty decision,  Swamp the riots with derision  While we demonstrate more potent self-reliance.  1     .    ;!  Give our citizen, protection  From abuse of Insurrection,  For there's more at fault than student  exhibition..  Wc Miould not destroy the duiry  Just because one cow's contrary,  But we can put back-bone in our politicians.  Now", ihe time for resolution  To support The Constitution,  For our freedom's built on toil and self-  denying.  That no enemy shall doubt it,  Lift your voices up and shout it,  And let's raise the fliifi on high and keep ft  flying.!  Around B.C:  .. .      ���by. Edgar Gunning  jrorn his CBC Neighborly News  broadcast Sundays $:$p o.m,  AS YOU know, hunting opened in many  parts of the province recently. liere's  a letter (that appeared on ,the .front page  of the Cteiforbok Cornier :  "Editor, The Courier���Reggie Waci is  12 years old. He -lives on a farm at Skookumchuck. Like all country Bboys he always wanted a horse of his very own  Good saddle horses aren't plentiful, and  afiter many inquiries purchased Lady, a  gentle bay mare. .Reggie and JUady became f ast friends. The boy loved his horse  as only a boy can love a pet.  "This week Reggie found Lady shot  to death She was lying in a field about  150 feeit from ithe highway She had been  hit by two bullets. The Wacks don't thank  the shooting was a deliberate malicious  -act, but the indiscriminate shots of a hunter.  "Isn't it -frightening to realize that some  hunters will fire at a flash of -color, a  movement in the grass,- or just a noise?  "Hunting seasons have been open six  days and already I know of three cows  and Reggie's horse that have been shot. A  neighbor's irrigation pipes were shot up  By no stretch of the imagination do horses, cows or pipes resemble gsme animals,  "isn't it about tune one has to take  a written exam and prove one's shooting  ability before proving our competance  Why be allowed to use a lethal weapon  without proving competance?  "No doubt Reggie will someday own  another horse, but he will never forget  Lady or her untimely and unhecessarv  death"  The letter was signed "Sharon Pom-  mier."  WeU, Sharon Pommier's (thoughts a-  bout some aspects of hunting were shared  by a number of papers around the province last week, includang the Revelstoke  Review, the Ttforth Shore Citizen and the  Arrow Lakes News. Here's how the editorial read that appeared in the Arrow  Lakes News'.  "Every fall a few misguided citizens  wearing red jackets struggle into the  woods. Responsible hunters wish they'd  stay at home These are the irresponsible  characters who mistake other hunters and  domestic stock for game. They tear down  fences, leave gates open, trample crops,  disregard game laws, shoot up 'No Hunting' sagas and generally 'behave like  spoiled and destructive children.  "Fortunately these nuts are not numerous. Butt he great majority of responsible hunters, for their own protection, must  . rid the woods of them. If you're a hunter,  this means you. If you value your privilege of free access to the woods,and fields  eacr autumn, it's up t,o you to take positive action to .protect that privilege.  Otherwise, sure as shooting, it will one  day be lost ito you.  "Next time you see some irresponsible  character with a rifle violating game Oaws,  or damaging private property, report him  ' to the appropriate authority. You owe it  ' to yourself, and to every crtiher -responsible  hunter."  The WJiitehorse Star says that what  could amount to an international incident  -has come to light recently with Hie shooting of three muskox by Canadian EsMmos  in Northern-Yukon.  Alaska-game officials had released 49  head of muskox recently about 80 miles  from the Canadian border and apparently  the animals had moved along the coast  into ,the Yukon. RCMP officers in the  Western Arctic reported that Eskimos had  taken some of the animals amd later it  was confirmed that three had been killed.  There'have been no muskox on the Yukon's Arctic coast for many years, The  director of game, in the Yukoai, J. B.  Fitzgerald, told the 'Star itihiait the bouncing back and forth between Juneau,  White-horse and. Inuvik. Since' there's  nothing in ttlhe Yukon game regulations  . covering muskox,, an order was passed  making it clear that there is no open sea-  Blake C. Aldcrson D.C.  chiroihractor  P��m>* Offla. BviKJina Sechdt  Phono 085-2133  Ret. 886-2321  Jutmday H Frldoy 10:80 o.ih. t* SttO p.m.  Saturday 9.30 o.m. to 1 -.00 pjm.  CVENINGS m APPOINTMENT  Consultants don't lay bricks.  son on the animals. In the area where the  muskox were killed, -tour live muskox  have been -reported, and -presumably the  message will get through' to the Eskimos  that they have to be let alone.  I haven't brought you anything recently from Ma Murray, the colorful publisher of the Bridge River-Lillooet News.  She's now well into her- eighties and still  going strong. So here's an excerpt from '  her column that she calls 'Chat Out of  the Old Bag":  "The honeymoon is over for the press  boys, eh? The premier gave them the  brush-off but good ait the fust cabinet  meet. That's poor pickin's for his boys  after ithein giving him everything getting  their papers to'print a few hundred more  inches of-front page gaff than they gave  Berger and McGeer put together. Well,  the' key-ifchumpers ain't seen nuthin' yet.  Our advice is to lay in lots of Mecca.  When the' Preem comes down, the bull-  whip will cut and need ointment. Not  many of them who did the election job  for him remembered from '60 to '63 when  fiie BCE grab was fresh news, and the  Preem -would lambaste the press, was  never quoted accurately and retaliated  with 'Smear!'       "   -  "And here's the Anvil mine following  the same pattern that robs Canadians a  heritage and off .goes the first shipment of  ore to Japan; lead and zinc from its $64  million investment in the Yukon. Decade  afiter decade goes on without a smelter  in coastal B.C. to process or keep the ore  ���at home and manufacture " it. Premier  Bennett, after getting hotted up when  he ;was manoeuvering for the Frobislher  complex prior to the 1956 election, promised the people of B.C. who would send  him back, a smelter. The Preem was also  wangling for the Big Swede, Wenner  Gren, but hitchin' his wagon to the monorail, .neither was close enough for glamour and they faded out-and off the  minds of people."  Those were some of the opinions of  Ma Murray of the Bridge ���River-Lillooet  News.-  Here's a shopping note from Fred  White in the Rossland Miner: nothing  " ruips a trip abroad .like coming home and  finding the bargain you picked up in an  exotic bazaar store on sale locally for  half the price..  This is the time of year when papers  around' the province run stories and pictures about over size fruit and vegetables  that show up at fall fairs, and there were  two uliusua. ones that caught by attention this'week The Summerland Review-  had a picture on its front page of Lyn  Morel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. E.  Morel oi Peachland, -perched on a prize  winning squash at the Peachland Fall  Fail- that weighed 82 pounds. And that's  a let of squash.  The Richmond Review showed Henry  Kruger holding a zucemi squash that  measured 25 inches in length and 27 inches  in circumference Normally a zuccini  squash weighs half a pound when it's  picked, but this one was 30 times that  weight at 15 pounds.  Well, we've had marathons, walka-  thons, swimathons���now we have eanoe-  a-ttbons. A story in the Hope Standard  tells of a two-day race from Hope to New  Westminster that raised $500 for Boy  Scout activities at Port Moody. Twenty-  one canoes started from Hope, and all  but two finished. There were Boy Scouts  in eight of the canoes, two canoes were  paddled by Girl Guides and 10 were entered by persons tnpt connected with  scouting. Stops were made at Agassix,  Hatzic and Fort Langley, before reaching  New Westminster. The first canoes made  fee 96-mile .trip in 14 hours paddling time.  Jim Buckley was one of the organizers  of the trip and he said ithe weather was  perfect and the river Was faster than  usual.  The   Boy  Scouts  had   made  the  canoes.they paddled and had made frequent trip*, an the Fraser with them. Now  they're planning for next year's canoe-a-  tlion  And finally, here's an observation I  came across m one of the papers this  week: it will be wonderful when the  younger generation takes over" all our  problems, including the- younger generation.  Change is arrested by fortifying ignorance.  ������*WSS����*��S��gi��������  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Secheit  Monday, ��cfr. 20  for an appointment for  eye examination phone  SS5-2S1B  >rffjHM_a��_-��*^^  _w  ^asxmmaxmm^mmmmmmmjKfii^  DRYGOOIIS  CHILDR!  'S & If-fFAffrS'  i      WEAH  LADIES' SfPOftTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  A  Ts  GOLF CLUB' EV_E.Y_BERS  I  HAIibWEEN' HA1P TIMES DANCE -  MweiBber 1st - Club  Hoais��  A limited number of tickets are available ot the Pro Shop.  SORRY���NO PHONE RESERVATIONS.  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Experiment with wrne of the many varieties of low cart squash and opplcs  now on the markel, Our recipe combine:, .juicy, popper, r-quayh, ground moat, lart  cooking apples and tender fresh lnu*_'irooms In a dish that guarantees roves.  Tender, fresh mushrooms know no season. En|oy them raw, right from the  refriflerator for a crlr.p low calorie :.nackv Slice them Into salads, stew, and casseroles.  Fill the caps with egg, tuno or chicken salad. For, a delicious hors d'oeuvre fill one*  pound mushroom r.ap% with half a recipe for the ground meat mixture below. Use the  chopped stems for the mushrooms called for in the recipe. Bake in a large greased  casserole 20 minutes at 350". Serve hot. Yield aboul 30 caps.  SAVOR* STUfFEP SQUASH  1 egg  mm mi.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF, TOP'-QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058 - Secheit, B.C.  enlnsula Pluinbing  Ltd.  HEATING' & 5MFPLBES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibtons, B.C.  3 pepper or acorn squash about 1 pound  each  % pound Qrourvd chuck  % pound ��round .eon park  1 cup finely chopped mushrooms  S medium cooked apple dropped  \k medium onion chqpped  1/3 cup rolled oats  "/J. cup cotr^'p  1 tflaspoon self  pepper  '.ii teaspoon summer  ;ovory or rosemary  Tffihfrat ov**r.'to "35X3", Cut squash In half through width. Remov* seddr. ond ..aTt  lightly. Cut points off ends to make squash sit up.  Grease a shallow casserole lorge enough to hold squash, Combine remainder ot  ln$redt��*��ts, Mix lightly but well, Stuff squash with meot mixture rovmcllng off top of  meat. Place In casserole, Cover with Ud or foil, Bake 1 Mi hours or until squash Is  tender. Plate arty remaining meat In >a 1 quoit casserole and bake 45 minutes, Yield  6 servings.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at .  .  .  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Thanksgiving Day, Roberts  Creek Hospital Auxiliary meeting was  he'd instead on Monday, October 6th.  Some new msmbers were welcomed and  regular reports given. The annual  Christmas coffee party will be held a-  gam to convene the afXair tins year with  tlie assistance of Mrs. Grose.  ���  >��� ���    Welcome Parking<   ��� _        .  Welcome- paricing area is once again wharf, and [floats. ��� W*6r3j. 'criws are    .one side only for a period of one hour,   trucks for winter  available at ihe Gibsons- wharf .wMh seen laying a white line down the ap-    On the wharf itself the period is ex-   travellers  approval   given   to   application  by proach which will permit parking on   tended to two hours. >  ���    ' -  council to assume responsibility' for .*   * .   '  FIRE DEPT. .  Roberts Creek Fire Department was  so pleased'with the results of the dance  - held on Saturday night, that it has asked  the Hospital Auxiliary to consider .co-operating on New Year's Eve smorgasbord.  More will be heard about this later.  Several generous donations have been  received by the Fire Department, but  they can use all the Fund's possible in.  order to provide a building to house the  AVAILABLE WITHOUT CHARGE BY  _    COAST GARIBALDI HEALTH UMll  GIBSONS: Community Health Centre, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.  MADEIRA PARK: Legion Hall, Friday October .17, 9 o.m.-12 noon  SECHELT: St. Mary's Hospital, Friday, October 17, 2 p.m.-5  p.m.  J  , ;<-r��  v     ,  . t  1  ".. *  r-���  .   ���  r    ���* *������  ^*       *  V - 'MA  .*  www   1    irttt.^.  ������. r  ���* *  **"      '^  *��� - ���   . *  6*   l'-.      -      . ^    V ' ���  _.   '-        *^ Ji*  s  \  Mr. C. Bedford spent the weekend of  October 4th .at Everett. Washington,  where he had been invited to attend the  annual meetin? of the Salty Beachcombers Club. He rerorts that thjsy all. treated  him to a very good time,sad quite a  number of the persons he met expressed  a wish to visit the Sunshine Coast next  summer.  Mrs. W. Clark, Mrs. C. Hilchie and  Mrs. A. Crawford have sjJent 1_he past  week on one of the Butterworth f,pm*s to  Reno, Nev. ' \ ���-'"'"  ^��wm^mi^���^^  ��'->  ���     V/ATERWQRKS  .Those skeptics who thought we would  ���' never have a public water supply in Ro-  ���% '  berts   Creek   are   having   to' eat   their  ���'    words, as the pipes are rapidly being installed on Hall Road and" Flume Roads  |    and by the time this is in print no doiibt  ,    theie will be pipes laid on the IJower  Road also  ; In Use Again  Under superV'is'iqn oi-' village works  foreman Pred Holland, white lines  were painted recently oh the Gibsons  wharf for liaaited parking of two  hours. Park areas are so marked to  permit access to loading zones and  ready emergency access. Previously  |ueh parking had. been ilegal but  Council.had now aeee|>ted lesponsi-  MMty for the^ wharf, j-riobrage, etc.  Elphie Highlights  '*^"v^        *-.       'Y >i,*v Ay^^vjN^,, ���  DURING this past week school sweaters  were being sold. They are black knitted with two gold bands around the  right arm. These cardigans are $9.95 for  the thin and $16.00" for the bulky.  Also last week the first -edition of the  G-ladrag, tlie schopl paper, was published by the-Grade 11 and 12 students. The  sponsors are Mrs. Day, Miss Fraser and  Mr. Peterson. It was edited by Karen Al-  sager and Angela Willis, and typed by'"a  group of students. '.The Gladrag contains  stories, jokes, poems, pointers,, goofy'  pictures, biographies and other. articles  presented to the committee by anyone  who wants .to. It is sold for 10c and.I am  sure many people got lots of enjoyment  out of it. '    y  The volleyball and basketball' practises are held every Tuesday a)ad Thursday from .5:3,0 to 6:30 pm__ On Friday  night there was a volleyball-'^clinic held  at Elphie;' two instructors from the Vancouver area coached Pender'and Elphin-  ���by Oennise Dombroski  stone students to pick up pointers on the  game.  The Students Council is getting organized and filling offices-in spite of the  disadvantages of the shift system. Elected officers are: President, Don Smith;  Vice President, Denise Littlejohn; Secretary-Treasurer,, J^anefete Carmichael; Minister of Senior Social Affairs, Ingrid  Blomgren; Minister of Senior Activities,  Carol Olson; Government Critic, Frank  Hoene; and Club's Treasurerer, Susan  Johnson. Grades 9 and 10: President, ���.<  Ginny Alsager; Vice President, Crystal  Gehriag; Secretary Treasurer, Joan  Blomgren; Minister of Junior Social Af- .  fairs,- Diane Fisher; a;nd Minister of Junior Activities, Shannon Arthur. And  Grade 8: President, Richard Stevens;  Class Representative, Betty Topham; and-"* r'  Minister of Grade 8 Activities, Rick  Blakeman.  Children's   saying   of   the   week:   Q.  ���  What  country  is famous for the manu  facture of goblets? A. Turkey!  *. ;  m  i  WALT ^YGEO-J  ,, SALES, LTD.y  Your BAPCO PAINT  bEALER > GIBSONS  On the Whalf - 886^9303  ��� )'   .',.' ,       ,   . *    ���'!  Quality::Ho_ise  ond* Marine  -.    '    . ���    '.Point'- '-';'  'Peniiisuljn ;PIiii|ibiiig,M.( Supef^^c;  :- Gibson*;- |B86?59533   . y ,   ',   ,      Sherwin Williams  ,      < .''. '..      ��� ' ' '*. -      V"    '������''������''       ..''"���'''������        '  '��� ','!'���'  IMl-MIMWWWMM-llWWUmJ   .  Gnosis Hardware  (iSSS)   Ltd.  Dealer for   '  MARSHALL. WELLS  POINTS  Barnacle Bills Marine'Paint  1556 Marine  GIDSONS 886-2442  sd^EEH OUT, THOIJi^t Ui; 'PAINT  >  \   /.  Y1     i   : ��� ;      :-Y".���������'_.,-.���. '��������� -���  The "rioht" time to'clean ai?d fpalnt ,"your screens is finally here.  During the sweltering summer months, they've) probably accumulated a  heavy,film of soot and orltrne, no. to^meritlon'.summer'ralns caUslng them  to rust or corrode. /     * .' ���   ���    ,>,   ������ i:*M* ���'  Now, during the comfortable fall weather, is the best time to tackle  the job, If you wait any longer, snow and ,lce will make tto'e problem Avorse.  Even if you plan to remove and store your screens^ cleaning ond ppinting  will protect them from moisture and'.they'll be-fr��sh7and attractive In  the spring. .'    . 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Their  reasons for buying? Simple.  Canada Savings Bonds are easy to buy for cash or  on instalments where you work, bank or invest.  Canada Savings Bonds aro cold hard cash-  instantly. They can bo redeemed anytime ot  their full face value plus earned interest.  They are safe���backed by all the resources of  Canada. A very special security.  And this year Canada Savings Bonds give you  tho best return ever I  New Canada Savings Bonds now yield an  average of 8.00% a year when held to maturity.  Each $100 Bond begins with $7.00 interest for  the first year, pays $8.00 interest for each of  the next two years, and then pays $8.25 Interest  for each of the last six years. On top of this you  can earn interest on your interest.  Doublo your money in nine years! Buy your.*  today and make good things happen to you*  oes  IMMIffff^  SiSa^rESS"  __._____Ma_^^  g^yyUH  g��aB3I8^^  J\JU\  in  _^A����M  ~~~S Lj    "VA L TZ1 LYlJ  ���y ..���������I^A'-X''".1'.  vU*w ___\%7mtS$->  I     *���    *__ \ ���'    ���   ^lA   ' v    j   f\ rWfc *y  t^W^W^^SSS^SS^^^^^^  RDAY, OCTOBER 18il\ 1969  - PENBMSUiA OD^GWG RQQPSl  iteffreshments 7 p.m. - Dinner 7:30 p.m. - Dancing 9 p.tn.  $���i.CNJ each ��� SemMormail  For tEck-fits, phone: J. Brandys SSS-SS17 - W- Bryson 885-2153  !?[1_3Q-J��i[___ ��C-DWE-D.. 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J-1-*-**    >T^<-*V'^,JW   ^   .  *��� v��"**{���>* rt-*?"1^ *���*�� *��"4 '^���^A^r^'il.'-irt*.  v '      *>    ?    *���       tV      \l_.  ^H*-*'**-   ���*���    **!��� ��J**V '���-f^i.^--'^ *>*W"  ���V-    y>}m*v>*        'V1*'     sV1"',.      Jr  1  . ��� '������  , :  \  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, October 15 <1969   "  Around Gibsons  ���by Mrs. Marie Clarke  MR. AND Mrs. Doug Davies Sr. of Gib-  sens are proud grandparents of a lovely  baby girl named Kirsten Leigh, a sister  for Angela and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Doug Davies of North Vancouver.  SUCCESS  Members of St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church are pleased to announce the  success of their Thanksgiving Dinner on  Sunday, October 5. Over 130 dinners were  served and enjoyed by all. Many thanks  to all who helped to make the day a complete success.  BRIDGE NIGHT  ���: Oa Friday, October 17 at 8 p.m. the  Ladies' Auxiliary fo the Royal Canadian  Lpgicn Branch: 109.Gibsons will hold a  Bridge and Cribbage night in the Legion  Ball; Alt those interested please attend as  the Legion, hopes to have these card nights  every..second Friday.  BACK HOME  Mrs. Winnifred. Tyson has recently returned home from hospital and would like  to thank all- who sent cards and flowers,  and a special thanks to "those who showed  so much kiiradiiegs and' thbughtfulness.  Welcome hbirie Win., and hope you have  the best of health.  IN BRIEF  Mr, Andrews of Nanaimo was a recent  visitor at the home of his niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Horseman.' All his  frieiwis were very happy to see him again.  Gibsons Tabernacle are having a dedication service for the opening .of the im-  IH^dft'ftllW.'^JJ^'M^aOTliUM.l--. 'itfU>t*^ft]i,J^^  i.'tj^.iwia. ,,t-ii^��iAW����hH*'^)g*^  -��^lJl,JW&��ffM_*_.H_W  U.     1  /  Around Jervis Iniet  *< i  //>  A  I  /  \\ ���  \     \-**-  -'. *U /  1   s  W.  _ ���  * *.  \  b  t  < 7  <* .  -.   ���  r  )  .'  "   ;..  \E   ."I  V  \ C  LIFE IS different for people along the  Jervis Jnlei waterways. The road ends  at Egmont. From there all travel is by  plane or by boat. Most of it is by boat.  This is enjoyable when Jervis is in a  peaceful mood. It's more exciting when  white capping waves cause a boat to ride  like a spirited bronc. It can be frighten*  ing when the inlet gets riled enough to'  send water crashing over the sides of a  small boat.  Despite the transportation difficulties  many people live along the, waterways.  Most of them are employed at the spaced-  apart logging camps. Occasionally some  other type of work brings someone to Live  ���temporarily in the area. An Indian village  lies at the far tip of the inlet  It takes a special type of person to enjoy living in the solitude and challenges  of the wilderness. Besides being resourceful and appreciative of na%re it helps to  be an avid*reader. This is particularly true  ot the camp watchmen who, in the ab-  ���by. Pot Kenoyer  s6nce of the logging crew, are alone for  long stretches of time. The isolation promotes a spirit of pelpful hospitality among  the people along the inlet.  Not only do single men live and work  along the waterway. There are also couples and even a few families. School-age  ' children receive their education by correspondence.  There have been people working here  since the late 1800's. Sites where early day  logging and mining camps sat are in evidence and valued for their part in B.C.'s  colorful history.  The area today attracts people because  of its scenery, as well as its fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities. People  travel long distances to visit the famed  Mahbu Lodge.  In the coming weeks I hope to bring  you some of the interesting aspects of life  ixpw and in earlier days along the Jervis  Inlet waterways.  ZmmFFFFJFmFIFWFJFFPfFfjmFFFFFyFF/FFFJFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFMPfFFFFFFFFFFFfFFIFFA  -        - ��  ��  RY 10 ST.  RY'S HOSPITAL  *���'-  .   ���**. v*  "���      r  > l    "��   .  10 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays   -   IO a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays  ,      UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE       \  ��  i  Award  TttFfmfffflffrfffffffMffFMMffffgFIfrfFFffFflFfFFIflfffFffFffFifFfffffhi  proved church building next Sun., Oct.    pjrst Wprld War veteran and- Zone urday's - Zone meeting -held in Gib-  io ���. n ._.._.���.   A11 ���w���    Comcnahder of Sunshine Coast Royal sons. " Comi*ade Surfees .has keen a  Canadian Legion1 Pacific Command Legion member since 1933 and ^ was  Ted  Surtees  presented Past "Zone president of tlie Cumberland Branch  Commander's -medal to S. A. -Ciarf.- on -Vancouver Island in 1938 and is.a  son of Vananda who has held. tie past president of the Secheit Branch,  command for two years, at last Sat-    | 19 at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. AH are welcome  7 Two ladies while "canvassing for CNIB  ��. in the Bay area of Gibsons, wisEh to thank  ," the many people who were* so kind with  ������.: tMir donations, plus the hospitality they  ��� 7 received on their house-to-house calls.  * Never have they been treated so kindly.  Thanks again.  _���  The Gibsons  United Church Women  will   be   having   a   Thank-Offering   Pot  ;  Luncheon jh the Church Hall- Oct. 23 at  t 12 o'clock noon  The speaker - will be Mr. Rea of the  | Training Work Shop for the Handicapped  7i operating with the Welfare Industry of  '?. Vancouver.  :..      Invitations have been e-Ctended to the  \. ladies of all the local churcftes, also Se-  _ chelt, Powell River; Squamish, Britannia.  i       Last year there was a total of 100 and  j: it is hoped this year will be as successful.  I The offering will be given to the' Senior  \ Citizens' Fund.  t       The L.A. of T3ie Royal Canadian -Le-  |' gion 109 of Gibsons, held their first gen-  \ eral meeting this fall on Wed, Oct. 8 with  t a good attendance.   Two new members  �� were installed.  Tlisted iqcts . .  PEOPLE can be pressured by newspapers  and get a little panicky on Ihe.subjeefc  of pollution,  said  Dr.   Ralph -PattersoiC  speaking at Gibsons, last week.  The Pollution Committee Chairman of  the Canadian Pulp and Paper Assn. referred to a recent picture of Port Mellon  Mill featured m Vancouver daily newspapers in conjunction with a feature*en  pollution   He contacted the columnist who  .      .1  "admitted he knew nothing of the operation of kraft pulp mills. Dr. Patterson said  -he then-spent two hours with the-writer  who after hearing a detailed explanation  of the operation exclaimed, "The trouble  is" you don't put -the story before the public." Well, I'm telling you, said the doe-  tor, who was amazed next day to see>  roughly,,two minutes .of the two-hour talk  " in print with a "misquotation attributed to  him which blamed pulp mills on Vancouver .Island for -the smell which emanates  from Port Mellon.  A rational report is net considered as  ���ne^'sworjhy  as   a   headline  procjkaimihg'  "Fish "killed by pulpibiU," said Dr. Patter-,  spn who added, "We were not in an ad-,-s-  vanced state of pollution when it became  a popular subject."  -PHOCESS Y '-   <������    "  Kraft pulp production has a'less offesn-  smellis not because management.is so  'tight it Won't cure it: the basic problem  is the gases are so smelly that it is possible -  to detect 8 parts per billion,  Port Mellon uses 30 million gallons of  water per "day -so that the same quantity is -  spilled out as effluent into tbe ocean.  This contains bits of fibre, fly ash, lime,  sand and -grit -plus dissolved substances  such as blaek, liquor spills and a little  causticing but'the major amount is from  the bleach'plaiii't. The brown color is dissolved wood Tsubstance and apart from the  color it doesn't do too much harm.  Canadian Forest Products has been  pouring money into research Jetty;;yeais,  said Dr. Patterson, and -will be sending a  further $4 million for improv&ne&ts at  Port Mellon. Where the pipe goes."' .iitl-to ttoe  sea at Port MeUon there is a dirty black  beach but it is still possible to catch 30  lb salmon from the \dock., From an  esthetic point of view it is bad .but the  pollution side has been over-rated.  CONCERNED  Dr. Gerald T. Evans who is a chemist  and biologist and now lives at Roberts  Creek expressed a deep and knowledgeable concern regarding ecological effects.  Ecology is a word appearing frequently in'  the news and was defined-at the meeting  as the study of organisms and their relationship to the environment. He pointed  out that white smoke contains something  more than water vapor, this may not be  important healthwise but could be ecologically and rhetoric won't settle it._ DDT  has become a sedopis ttareai to mankind  ant." there shoul<rW"^^nUen<5rlto' ���*��/  there  will be, ho 'remote* ton^equences.  sive water pollution and more offensive '�����' -Howe Sound is virtually an enclosed body  air.pol-utipn ttfjjn,Gibers. The-smell-is due*" of water and he is afraid pollution is ac  to sulphur containing gases released either  to relieve pressure or during the evapoiaf-  tion or "burning ��� process.' \ Electro-static  precipitators have been installed at Port  Mellon which also has adequate furnace  capacity so that less 'gas is released. The  cumulating. In reply to Dr. Patterson's  statement that a middle course should be  taken between hysteria and apathy, Dr.  Eyans evoked a few chuckles by -sayir-g  he would be hysterical if only he could  prove it.  j Contract Check  Big day for the'Roberts Creek area superintendent Gordon Dixon is., seen  * came last week with start of a water looking over the contract with ad-  r), system  under  the  Sunshine   Coast minis'trator   Charles   Gooding   and  ; Regional District. New district works Director Cliff Gilker.  '^-'"���^���iw,j^^  aBSONS AMD SECMELT AREA:  Classes at Elphinstone  MACHINE SHOP���Beginnen - Advanced . Welding      October 20,  POWER   SQUADRON  Started Tuetdoy,  PAINTING     '. 7     Wednesday, .October 15/  KEEP  FIT .:. : Tu**day, October 14/  UPHOLSTER*  _.     ...... Thursday, October 16,  BADMINTON  Started Wedn��day,  WOODWORK _   - I......  Tuesday, October 21,  DRAMA '..'. '..'.....77...   Monday,'October 20,  VOLLEYBALL     Start-ed, Tuesday,  POTTERY-CERAMICS  ,,..     Thursday, October 23,  BOOKKEEPING   Tuesday, October 21,  Other Possible Courses:  First Aid - Log Scaling - Safe Driving - Shorthand  Phone or write:  E. Yoblomkl, Gibsons, B.C. ** 886-9370 or 886-7722  7:30*  7;30  7;30  7*30  7:30  if. 30  7.30  7:30  7.30  7:30  7*30  5PK1M1ZI611 llMIHT FLORALS  ARRANGEMENTS MADE TO ORDER FOR THOSE  SPECIAL OCCASIONS!  tSBSS^SB^S^^^S^^^^^^^S  SB  r  M  %  1  1  ��s_  ;S  I  1  Here's a gift package that will be remembered long  after the Christmas season: a year's subscription to  Beautiful British Columbia magazlnep'/usa full-color  1970 calendar-diary. You can give both for just $2 -  the regular price of the magazine subscription alone.  We announce your gift With a greetlngsigned In your  name and the current Winter Issue of Beautiful  British Columbia. The 1970 Spring, Summer and  Fall issue? will be mailed as published.  This offer applies only to new and renewal subscriptions purchased for $2 and commencing with  the Winter, 1969 Issue.  Pi-rchaser  ..'-���. ; -.���  Addrcis  ; �����    Sub-crlp1'on lo .., .���..  ,.������  .  Enclosed M.O. or Cheque for ,    10 THE StCHELT PENINSULA TIMES LTD.  Box. 310    -    Scchclt, B.C.  SIGN GIFT CARD:   I  ^^^m////////MfWM/////m  WFFM  announces the S  ^edlnesclQjf of each  facials on our Fiyers will begin on  week mm4 continue through Saturday<  STORE H0UI5  iosidaf ' CLOSED  Tuesdaf     9 i.ii. to 6 pji,  Wednesday '9a.ni. to 6-p.m.  Thursiay    f am to'6 p.m.  Friaf       9 am. to 9, p.m.  Saturday    9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  fFFr%  !Sg  s  I  V.I  XI  *%  S  s  ���*��.  s  t.'C  *4-r\  mm  t�����*��^tT>w*_'"r��w- m**** i-Wrs-i*.' *<_s '<-' �� '  W.  . i , ��� i  fta^e-m-'S .      ���   ffi&e gen-gtsi-fa Times  Y    Wednesday, October 15 ,1969  Halfmoon Bay  Happenings  ���by Mary Tinkley  WELCOME Beach Hall rang with laughter and good fellowship last Saturday  evening when the season started with a  Thanksgiving party. The hall, gay with  arrangements of honesty, had been decorated with pumpkins, squash, gourds and  rosy cheeked apples from local gardens.  Responsible for ithe decorations were  Mrs. Guy Clear and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh  Duff. The evening started off with a  Thanksgiving message from Canon Alan  Greene and then the members, in excellent voice, raised the roof with the singing  of "Harvest Home." Music was the main  theme of the evening and Mrs. B. McCrady and Mrs. Fritz Leuchte, both gifted  musicians, entertained with Santa Lucia,  Beautiful Dreamer and One, Two, Three,  Four on their guitars:  Members threw themselves with gusto  into community singing to music supplied  by Rtr. and Mrs. Fritz Leuchte. Hugh Duff  showed movies of last summer's Country  Fair and the Ice Follies.  In the, absence of President Keith Comyn, Mr. Duff acted as Master of Ceremonies. The next social evening is scheduled for Saturday, November 15, so mark  it up on your calendar right away.  ��  VISITORS  Most homes were filled with guests last  weekend.- At Killaly were Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Staniforth of Powell, River who were  married by Canon Greene 44 years ago on  the Columbia Coast Mission Ship Rendezvous, in Refuge Cove.  Mrs. Ruby Warne's guests are her sister and brother-in-law, Micky and George  Hills of Nanaimo.  RENO TRIP '.,,.:  Several residents of the Bay Tecently  enjoyed a most" interesting trip to Reno,  with visits to Lake Tahoe,. Virginia City,  Carson City and the Ponderosa Ranch.  Among the 50 people on tlie charter bus  ti ip were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burrows,  Mrs. R. Warne, her sister-in-law Mrs.  Anne Warne, Mrs. Mary Kingston and  Mr. Ed Edmunds.  OUT OF GAS  Mrs; M. Tinkley was on Cortes Island  last week "as the guest of .Mrs. Olga Hynek  and it was a week packed with activity  and surprises. She attended a luncheon  party for the Anglican Church Women of  Cortes who wanted to hear all about the  senior citizens' homes at Secheit and how  they should set about starting such a  project on Cortes.  One of the minor surprises of the trip  was when the Hynek truck ran out of gas  on one of the lonely roads, miles from,  anywhere, necessitating hiking through  the pouring rain to the nearest homestead  to borrow a gallon of gas.  The island is expecting a ferry service  in the near future and electric power by  next spring. B.C. Hydro crews are already  working, clearing brush and installing  poles, while Cortes housewives are busily  studying catalogues and -dreaming of deepfreezes, vacuum cleaners, electric,toasters  and many other luxuries which here we  take so much for granted.  SHOWER  Last Saturday, Mrs. Roy Doyle was  hostess at a Baby Shower for Beverley  Silvey of Powell River who is expecting  a visit from the stork within the next  month.  Many lovely gifts were piled in a crib  decorated with streamers and the hostess  served coffee and sandwiches followed hy  a christening cake. Guests included Beverley's mother, Mrs. Pat Ness, Mrs. Oil.  Sladey of. Pender Harbour, Mrs. Andy  Wilson and Mrs. M. Gledson, both of SecheH. Beverley and husband Larry are  the weekend guests of Mrs. Ness.  POWER OUTAGE  A power outage which lasted for over  four hours last Friday morning was caused  '.*v*'j * t y   - ,,,  ,.    ,'���*'*��(.{���. y\- . * *-Y' '     - . i " ���.' > . ��        < -i ,  lew! Add-on  veissiliiity!  Saw today...  Spray tomorrow!  CMAIIMOAW:*".  "Tht* new, lightweight Holiday  chain saw-casicr, taster, eater;  Now add a Power ?��***-0'f \  Stand to pump water, spray  paint Or inswcttctdes, winch.  you narrto it! For these jobs an**"  more*-buy a Holiday from:  MADEIRA HASINA LTD.  Madeira Pork - Pender Harbour  Phono 883-22&S  i ������_  ���v.  ���*��  }-.  -S_f.1.<  r-  *M  ���V>V4 /-_,"*_  * ';*v��f   .���  <*���,   ;  \   f  S  J.  r  t  w  1  __  \V..'  JIA  V  -.��  *���_ ���*���  *   *"-*   *V  I.1"    .       *  *    .-��*  *U  V**  v.**  *"*-���  �����/���  ���>--  Unemployment Insurance  ^6 &i  -8k  m  Qr flow is it' that my" neighbour gets  just as much Unemployment Insurance  benefit as I do? He has no children and  I have five. His wife works ��� part time,  while mine stays at home to look after  om* children.  A. Under the provisions of the Unemployment Insurance Act the dependency  rate is paid to a claimant if he has a dependent It is immateriali that may have  one, two, or more dependents.' The rate  is the same for one as for five.  Q. Am I entitled to benefit if I am  locked out by my employer?  A. Generally, a person who has' lost  his employment by reason of a stoppage  of work attributable to a labour dispute  is disqualified from receipt of benefit It  Any Questions please?  is immaterial whether the stoppage of  work resulted from strike action by the  workers or lockout action by the employer. However, no disqualification is applicable if a person proves that neither he  nor any member of his grade or class of  workers was participating in, financing  or directly interested in the labour dispute that caused the stoppage of work.  Questions should be refered to Information Services, Unemployment Insurance Commission, Vanier Building, 222  Nepean Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� TeL  998-2975.  Some open minds should be closed for  repairs.  ^������^^MsS^^  by an old alder which fell across the pov^-  er lines at the top of the Connor's road at  Welcome Beach. The outage which left  the Halfmoon Bay School without light or  heat, meant an unexpected holiday for tlie  children.". \     '  '  IN BRIEF  Preparations are well in hand for the  winter's-activities at the Welcome-Beach  Halt Teams are being made up for the  shuffleboard tournament and a few more  players are needed Please phone Mr.  Hall at 885r2881. .   -  There is room for one or two more in  the dressmaking class starting Wednesday"  afternoon, October 29. Anybody interested  should phone' Mrs, Keith Comyn at 885-  2378 or Mrs. ML Tinkley at 885-9479.  The' Halfmoon Bay Recreation Com-"  mission is busy making plans for the sea- ;  son  and have, a Hallowe'en: Teenagers'  Dance scheduled for Friday, October'24, at  the Welcome Beach Hall at 8:30 pjn.  A Hallowe'en Bonfire is also-being  planned for IViday, October 31 at the  Trousdell home. Watch this column for  further details.  Massimilate before you disseminate.  Meanings, mentally retarded, develop"  a double-conviction.  .   Veterans  First World War veteran Harry Juby  and Second World War veteran Curly  Martindale formed the Color Party  with Sergeant at Arms Gordon Clarke  representing Gibsons. Branch 109 at  the Zone meeting. Mr. Juby served  with the Hampshire Regiment, Brit-,  ish Army, from 1916 -1918, in India,  Siberian expedition and South Africa.  Mr. Martindale has been a member  of Branch ,109 for 25 years, he served  with the Irish Fusiliers in England  and Holland from 1939 -1944 when he  was invalided back to Canada.  mmmmimmmmmmimmm^mmKmmsss  ATTENTION SELMA PARK RESIDENTS  i  1  TO DiSCUSS PROPOSED NEW WATER LINE  THROUGH SELMA P$RIC  Guest Speaker: Mr. Lome Wolverton  Chairman Regional Board  8:00 PM. - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st,  1969  SELMA PARK COMMUNITY HALL  MgWBMW  Sponsored by Selma Park! Community Association.  I  '  i  swsuss^^  B������ii��^  MBgMgllBi^^  mmWk^.-X?��F*T32mrii  wiaBiBaBamaBaa^^  25 LB. 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