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 *..    YY    .      -  . *        * ,  !?  I" I  SUCCESS of the Secheit and District  Chamber of Commerce Bureau, located  in the Bus Depot, surpassed all expectations. ' Credit for this, states Chamber  Tourism chairman Canon Minto Swan, is  the location and the ability of the volunteer hostesses to cope with the numerous  enquiries.  . Operating from May to September  1969 a number of hostesses under ihe gui-  danea "oi Mrs. Alice Murray, a'former  Vancouver, Tourist Bureau hostess, dealt  with an incredible number of enquiries  ahd offered great assistance to the visitors regarding accommodation, dining facilities etc. In one case American visitors  returned to express disgust at accommodation and dining facilities of one establishment but later returned to express com-  ���plete "satisfaction with alternate recommendations made by the bureau.  Apart from many hundreds who simply sought information regarding ferry  schedules or sought simple details, almost  five hundred who showed greater interest  jn the area recorded their names. Ten at  least - aro understood to have acquired  property in the -district and many more  indicated a desire to locate here- at a later  date.  Some of the detailed statistics recorded show that 150 sought information on  ' "'. ' Serving the Sumfoine G?a^^^  camping, 140 accommodation, 190 were in- " Wilson Creek, Sejltno Pork) *Sfedie1t/* j-fqtfjhpor. Soy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Modei ro Pork, Kle.ndole, in/Joe's Landing, EorJ Cove,, Egmont  t;rested in dining facilities, 16tf requesting   '-""i  fishing information, 85 asked availability  of boat rentals .and 40 y/ere interested in - - - ���  property. -   .   ���      -.-**���  Considerable -number of brochures and  related literature -wire both displayed and  -distributed and Canon Swan paid tribute  to the recent colour pictorial map nut out  by The Times which, he said, proved extremely popular. Number of'maps, tiro*-  enures, directories and business cards dis- 7  tributed reached some thousands.  Of the suggestion made for future, promotion of the area, retention of the bodth  rates high on the list. Other ideas include  a look-out site, preferably with park like  facilities. This was previously investigated by the Chamber and the usual .futile  recommendations made to the Highways  Department. Another proposition is that  of a logging museum which would feature _ /--*  a history of logging together with items  of logging equipment used in the past.  Some consideration to a children's playground was another recommendation although one presently exists at Hackett  Park.  Great credit goes to council of Secheit  for a grant which helped pay rental of  the bureau. Other grants made possible  payment of various other small incidentals.  Volume 6, No. 42 * J��C  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17y 1969  1  1  *?/  ���V  First phase * . .  Waterworks expansion bids  approval means early start  COMMENCEMENT of_ -the -waterworks-  system phase one extension "is" expected  to be within the very near future flowing acceptance of two bids last Friday,  September 12 by the Sunshine Coast Regional Board, new owners of the waterworks.  Two separate bids were for supply of  pipes and materials and actual'construction. Eight bids were received for construction and seven for pipes. These  ranged from $109,713 to $310,428 for construction and from $167,202 to $266,662 for  pipes. The low bid by A. 3.- Barr Ltd. of  Victoria of $109,713 for construction was  investigated and an error found to have  been made by the company. While a subsequent bid by -the company still proved  low, it was not considered possible for the  Board to accept in light of "the iact'the  other bids had already been published.  Contract for construction therefore goes  to the-next lowest bidder, H. B. Contracting Ltd. of Surrey at a price of $191,788.70.  John Davidson Ltd. of North Vancouver  was awarded contract for supply of pipe  at a figure of $245,212.53. Lowest bid was  j by Mitsubishi Canada Ltd. but was for  '*/  r  .1  ���7  '-"/  jT   V* V.  |����  1- /  .*"  ���w  1  ./  /*  ,{  _  - -i*X  i  ���f  ��� _ -���  -'i  REGISTRATION  Gibsons Scouts registration is 'scheduled for September 26 at 7 p.m. in the  Scout Hall on the upperside of the Highway at the entrance to Gibsons from the  Granthams area. Registration will include  the 11 to 14 years age group inclusive.  RECOMMENDATION  Small brief submitted to Premier W.  A. C. Bennett by Secheit Chamber President Eric Hensch during the recent visit  to Secheit by the Premier, recommended  improvement to Highway 101 from Langdale to Earls Cove, reconstruction and relocating as required. To provide on trial  basis midnight ferry sailings from Horseshoe Bay to Langdale Fridays and Sundays. Reductions of Hydro rates by 50%  for senior citizens.  BLOOD DONORS     ""*"   "  Desperate peed for blood donors continues and again this year the Secheit  Kinsmen will be sponsoring the annual  Blood Donor-Clinic, to be held this year  at the Wilson Creek Hall, hours will be  2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. ito  8 p.m. Please, remember the date for this  important event: Wednesday September  24. And again, "The life you save could  be your own."  GALA NIGHT  Some tickets are still available for the  second annual banquet of ihe Secheit and  District Chamber of Commerce. Top rated  variety artists are appearing from Vancouver and following the variety show  will play later for dancing. Tickets at  Gilmore's Variety, The Times Office, B.C.  Hydro, Jjtn Janiewick and Campbell's  Variety Store.  Many projects aided  by Parents Auxiliary  ROBERTS Creek Parents' Auxiliary had  a most successful year, reported President Mrs. N. Ball at the September 4  meeting.  Money raised (through -various projects  amounted to $276.76 and was used to-provide book awards for the School Annual  Sports'*'Day and to assist the Community  Night project.  Elphinstone Recreation Society contributed $75 for Community Night rental of  the school and also contributed $75 for a  Halloween party organized -by the Parents' Auxiliary.  Assistance was also provided by the  Parents' Auxiliary for the Nursery School  New innovations . . -  ndion Teacher Aides  elp integration, wor  LAST WEEK six young people j&pm the  Secheit Indian Village returned to  school to play a vital role in the integra-,  tion of 'Indian students into the public  school system. All in their early twenties'  and high school graduates, they are acting  as teacher aides in Secheit Elementary'  school and supervising a nursery school  in the Secheit Native HalL  Secheit Indian Band Education Committee, Mrs. Sadie Johnson, Mrs. Sarah  the hall an attractive setting for the two-  hour class held from 1-3 p.m, Monday  to Friday. Seventeen .children were registered on Monday, aged between 3 ahd 4  years, all were eager to play with the  gaily colored educational toys and books  and there is no doubt that the classes will  he a -tremendous success.  SECHELT SCHOOL  This year for the first time all the students from the Residential School and the  Graduates  Peace and Happiness was the parting  wish of grade 12 students at E_pi_k_-  stone to. forty-three 1959 graduates,  Only tMrty-five were able to be present to receive their diplomas iroin  District Superintendent R. R. Haana  and hear the exceptionally fine address given by their former Principal, Mr. W.. S, Potter, and a very  moving and sincere Valedictory Address given by fellow graduate Mr.  John Barnes.  asbestos Fcement It was decided togo for    pmg&m held in "May .1969; ihe .auxiliary     P3.ul.acnd Mrs. Ann Joe have 'been busy, -Indian. J>ay school suce is. attendance at  csust'Tiwa. f>ipjngv^bi3^ai%*a^7-$75j3(QOAF�� ^^^j^ti--^*cul^:-*::fet^lea^''^fe'^-Coswiriusv^irr-" M��*in�� the pasftr-Sr^Srf ^^dir^-��i<a>togs_ . *SeckeKt'school."Many JlesiderttSsa School-  more, was considered to be more practical    j^gj^ p^ject and held hot" dog and pop -, visiting  nursery  schools   and ^doing  the , students come from remote " "*  and longer lasting. *   " '   j^ on^'a month for the school children,    .ground work which led to the opening of '   province and to help them ;  Cost of a reservoir which is considered  sufficient -,. to supply existing needs once  ithe extension is completed is es-tinaated at  $45,000. Later, once the entire proposed  -system has been established, it is possible  a dam project will be necessary.  First phase will include the new reservoir above the B.C. Hydro plant from  where it will connect with the existing  Davis Bay system, down both McCullough  ahd Browning Roads and on to Roberts  Creek.  Engineers indicate that start of tlie  project will be crossing of the two bridges,  Chapman Creek bridge and the one at  Roberts Creek. -  Contracts between the Board and contractors are expected to be'officially signed this week and a start will be made  almost  immediately.  1969 ceremony . . .  Elphinstone students told  graduation must be earned  FORTY-THREE Elphinstone students  earned thc right to participate iri ihe  Elphinstone Graduation e'eremony held  last Saturday Jn the school auditorium.  Principal Mr. T. Ellwood drew attention  to the fact that graduation has to be earned and tliat British Columbia has the highest percentage of grade 8 .students going  on to graduation,  Introducing guest (speaker Mr. W. S.  Potter who left this year after being Principal of Elphinstone for 13 years, Mr,  Ellwood said he was Impressed by the  tribute paid by the grad.uat.es to Mr, Potter by inviting bim to .give the addi-ess,  Peace and Happiness was the theme  chosen for this year's graduation und it  was reflected in Mr. Pol tor's address when  lie advised graduates that they must ix*  the ones to find the solution to end .man'.,  inhumanity to man. He drew attention to  two unrelated event.ii .which took place  this summer, pausing him to both hope  iind despair. Dreams of the ages have  been fulfilled by man petting fool on the  moon und'Just as wonderful was,the Taut  Unit people were able to witness one of  the great moments .in history, This feat  depended on thousands of individuals who  worked to achieve it.  At the same lime in a nnd but recurring pattern, ��n event took place in "Northern Ireland where civiliwd, cultured people, fig'lit,, kill, loo! and desti-uy in the  name of rehgiou. This is happening in  many pails of the world but how cam.  creature railed man fly to 1he rnOon and  vn the .Oliver hand. burn. Jowl and kill.  The sum of $30 was contributed to  Save the, Children Fund.  Treasurer Mrs. G. Hairsine's report is  as follows; Receipts' ��� Rummage Sales  $120.64i Bake" Sales $48.53; Hot Dog Sales  $42_24; .Community Nights $95.35, Disbursements���School library, book awards,  crests $276.76; Save the Children $30.00.  Special Parent Night  at Elphinstone school  FOR   THE   many   people   interested   in  ���   ��� knowing "What's happening at Elphirv  stone Secondary School this year?" a special Parents" Night has been arranged by  ������the-school for Thursday,''September 18, at  8:00 in the Elphinstone School auditorium.  It is hoped that many parents will take  this   opportunity   to   become   acquainted  with the   deiails' of  some of  the  major  changes that have been made this year,  Both the Shift System and the Semester System will be explained. Parents will  also be introduced' to the basic requirements   of  the   complex   B.C.   Secondary  School curriculum and the standards of  student work required.  ithe little nursery school, last Monday,  NURSERY SCHOOL  Nursery school teachers are Mrs. Donna Joe and Miss Barbara Joe, .both graduates of St. Thomas Aquinas School in Vancouver. This summer they attended a  three-week course ,at the University of  British Columbia, Child Study Extension  Course, and will be attending workshops  during the year and, working in cooperation with the kindergarten teacher at Secheit.  Registration took place on Monday and  on hand for the opening were Chief Henry  Paull of the Secheit Indian, Band; members of the Education Committee; Father  Power, Superintendent of the Residential  School; Principal W. L. Reid and Vice-  Principal V. Wishlove of. .Secheit Elementary School and I remedial teachers in Secheit School employed by Department of  Indian' Affairs, Mrs. Pamela Bloxham and  Miss Lorna MacDonald.  The Nursery School is the Secheit Indian Band's own project and the Totem  Club has donated money for equipment.  The very capable young teachers are  working with tht* Education Committee  with  plans to provide carpet and  make  areas of the  make the adjustment, four teacher aides have been  employed by Department of Indian Affairs.  ������ ������ ��� ���  Miss Linda Joe used to be a member,  of the staff at the Residential School and  this year she is helping with library, kin-,  dergarten and primary students. Miss.  Darlene'Joe is a graduate of Carson Graham High School in Vancouver and has  studied at Vancouver City College, she  intends to make teaching her career. Her  duties include register control, library and  intermediate teacher assistance.  Helping with science, . sports, P.E.,  supervision and teacher assistance are Mr.  Walter John and Mr. Tom Paul, both are  Elphinstone graduates and have attended  Vancouver City College.  Tremendous co-operation between Secheit Indian Band, B.C. Teachers' Federation, Secheit Teachers' Association, School  Board, Father Power, of the Residential  School and Department of Indian Affaii-s  lias helped implement this great advance  An the integration of Indian students,  working towards greater understanding,  and the* project is being watched with interest throughout the province.  In ju.,1 a few days, success of the  teacher aides it? obvious both on the play-  gjXrund and in the classroom.  TS&GEDY- struck in two" places involving  ' '"the Stinshine Coast lasrt weekend, with  the death of a young Gibsibns girl and a  German immigrant in ihe country two  years.  Twenty-six - year - old Myrna Inglis,  daughter of Dr.. and Mrs. Hugh Inglis of  Gibsons, was" attacked by what would appear to be a lunatic as she walked from  the St. Paul'* Hospital where she was  employed as a nurse, toward her apartment on Barclay. Miss Inglis was attacked and knifed when her. assailant warned  her to remain quiet. He then ran off leaving her on the sidewalk,  She told police who visited her later  that she could not identify the man but  a witness described Jiim as tall, thin, about  24 with brown curly hair.  Despite a desperate attempt by doctors  who worked continuously on the victim,  she died at 5:30 a.m. last Sunday morning.  Name has nut yet been released pending notification of next of kin of the  thirty-three-year-old German immigrant  killed while blasting u rock face up Jervis  Inlet last Friday afternoon.  Tin.- rock face collapsed on top of him  during a blast and although a doctor was  flown In lie was found to be dead when  rvcovtuvd from the rock fall.  Although living in iat the O. Connor  camp, 12 miles up from Egmont, tin. dead  man is understood to have had a Jxwm  in a Vancouver boarding house,  Lower grades drop . . .  Student enrolment increase  up 142 but percentage down  STUDENT  enrolment   in   Seehch   School  District   is  roughly  one   hundred   less  than   anticipated.    Normal   increase   has  been in the  region of  U . 0   per  w--.it   but  I   ���. /U'"|t��n|,  '4 V<fk<t"rt **��l<*. Vij  ^ ^77t^^0^v^^Khi^-&f  J"t.'",yJ.J��#_~*_   *U��m.._m__ht_l%__  1  ' luck to you all," Mr. Potter's ���..Kktres*. re-  echoed a warm reception Irom graduates  and guei,1s.  The   Invocation   was   given   by   K'-'V.  Barry  Jenks who Is al*<o a school l,iu-'t��f.  This  Year's Valediction was given   by  Under full sail, 30-foot vessel grounded on gravel-bar at Mission Point at  high tide on Saturday morning, lyoca-l  residents Opt. I_��n Higgs, Capt. John  IJunyon, Mr. Crick, Miitu Porter and  Heav��-Ho  Jim Dixon worked over t*heir waist in ' with tide rapidly receding it was nec-  cold water during stiff north westerly pssary to await afternoon 'tide and  to help young couple believed to have wjUi help of tug Secheit Yarder^ it  rented vessel, to get it afloat, but    was pulled clear and undamaged.  this  year  it  fell to   0   percent  over  la sit  year's figure, ,   ���  Sup'Ti'titendcnt I*!, J*!. Hannu told  School Board members at last Thursday's  meeting Unit, .here is a fall-off In elementary enrolment in kindergarten and grade  one. Tliis, could be attributed to u declining birthrate and this may have to be considered Jn J'ulu|.re predictions,  Figure*, given at the meeting are only  a|.proximal. ��� heciiuw enrolment fluctuat.es  set.hug U> a steady level in Ort��l.er but  at, present it stands at 2,3'JZ, an increase  of 142 over Ias1 year,  Number of Jn_.ruri1ii.tml units at 1he  moment im VI, an increase of 3 over ,1a*. 1  year. The basic education costs are calculated on tbe number of instructional  units in o school district, each unit being  'Ml kindergarten or elementary school students, or groups of 20 secondary school  students, October 3. enrolment figure it,  takt-n to <*��k*uJUkU.* the /lumber ol ttueili  units, and it is possible that the nunil.n-r  will  further Increase.  l(.i.|K*r1,. Crifk arid Miuleira Park  school*. l.��ol,h had lower ennohnenfls 1 (vail  pii'rlii*1.cd es|K*cially ut Muiteira park  where m,iml,��er of ;,ti.idi-tits dropjied fioin  ;*IMi in June to 17. in SeptemWr.  Mr. Hanna slated that 1heie is a higher   perecniagp  ol   pivivzsionaUy   irmxwd  1i<*:,u-hers jn tin,* district; sixty }wv cent havo,  university degrees and training, There  ait.- eight teachers holding Master's degrees  Jn 'Ihe district, one on the distriet staff;  five at Klphiustone; one at Gibsons and  one at Sec-belt l.K.-nienlary schools, <  Thirty-six teachers left the district last  year represcntm*,-, alxjut one-thiid turn  over which is average. Resignations included lh.Y.* supervisory; eight secondary  and jjjiielecn eleinivitary; two retired und  Jour are on leave,  LOW RATIO  Pupil-teacher    .ratio    in    the    See.he.lt  School  District, is quite  low this year as  shown   by   following   table   which   is   approximate only:  School Enrolment Stalf P/T Radio  Klplhni. tone  Pender Jlaiboui  Bowen Island  Davis Bay  Kg mo i it  Gibwna        .  I/ini'dnle      |  M'.ide,ira I'aik  Kc.ljetts Creek  Seclielt  W<-,1   S<*��-h��'1t  Bsill'nujon  Bay  This. 1abW,'  ��y7  ml  'j  D2  14 f>  ,174  in  42;:  47  excludes  35  0  1  �����  I  ,1��  ji  5  Hi  I  I'j.r.o  10,70  2(.i  2a.!."i>  2<.i. 70  I'.n.uo  2:,,r>o  supervising  prin  cipals and full time librarians.  HALFMOON BAY  Changes ait* being inade .,t Haltmooii  ���.,.f* . ��w*i_> v^tJ'v v*!'!-*�����. -jfv*^  1 <  I  ^.-'1^^*-J'"^''**^^'*^,+'"VI.'-"* J*^^^"^i>'  -*n**��,^*- .j-V*  p*y>��cv^w**'��'��^*t,v=-,'��_.*-^. v���h^C-C. ���*,>'��.-*,4-" 'v-C^v v-*^V^V-V ���v"-^'*^'  ������*..-���-_, ������ tA^V^^Wj.��  -.'.^FVW-J^.      'hrfi-.'tfW.^l.Jj'  Pofte4**2,The Peninsulq Times, Wednesday,,.Sept-. 17, 1969    REaL ESTATE  iiwwn��iin imil iiiu>iwpii ^iii Hi-' 11imimiiiwwhm-wiwhnw win��imi.innr ill iHmmmimi'mmiTl iiii'iimmnimniiipiii  I..-.--   v/ir.-����;?-..->V-..  TTT,  .",'-'J*J-I.I    --',7 >?.i/YJiJ  REAL ESTATE (Continued)*   REAL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (continued)      BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)   LEGALS (CortHnued)  THRPjanNSyiA^WMS* Secheit r Phbne 885-9654  1-7   y-:'  "  .   Classified  mn0wJ0wT0wl0mm&Wm*m*wmmwl*mwlM0mW>ntim0wimm*UwVMmwlmlwWm.  Published Wednesday by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at SecHelt, B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  ef Circulations  March 31, 1969  Gross Circulation 2360  Paid C.rcu_a.io__ 2081  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion  75c  Three. Insertions  $1.50  Extra lines (4 words)  15c  (This rate'does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display  advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsulcrarea _$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-LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.        T?h. 886-2827  Wed. 17      Thur. 18      Fri. 19  2000 YEARS LATER  That today���2000 years  after  Nero   fiddled   around.  Starring1 Terry Thomas   with  Monti Rock III  -Also   _  COUNTDOWN  The movie that puts you on  the Moon  all colour  Sat. 20:7    Mori. 22y   Tue.,23  A STRANGER IN: TOWN  and  THE STRANGER RETURNS  Tony Anthony  The living dying-end in  7 Western: .Statement ���..".'..  all.'colour  3297-42  CARD OF THANKS  I WISH to thank the doctors,  nurses, and kind friends and  neighbours for the kindness  and sympathy extended to me  i af ;-|l^death of my dear husband Alfred-Barries. Also my  deepest thanks for the beautiful floral tributes. ���Louise  Barnes. * 3295-42  MR. and Mrs. K. Babu and  family of Roberts Creek  wish to express deep appreciation to the many people who  offered assistance during Mr.  Baba's accident. Especially to  Mrs. C. Salahub and Randy.  Dr. W. Burtnick and Dr. A.  Swan; the unknown blood  donors and the nurses and  staff of St. Mary's Hospital.  Grateful thanks also to relatives and friends for the flowers, cards and get-well messages sent during Mr. Baba's  illness. 3292-42  LOST  LADY'S   glasses  with   clip-on  sunglasses,  At   Saltery   Bay  Picnic Site. Phone 485-4950.  2124-44  PERSONAL  AVON products���Selma Park,  ' call 885-2383. 3230-44  ALCOHOLICS       Anonymous,  P.O. Box 294, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-9327, or 080-2979.  2457-tfn  WORK WANTED  TILLiCUM Chimney Service  Eaves cleaned nnd repaired.  Painting, gardening, ' janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RR1 Scchclt, Ph.  885-2101 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  BEAT the fall winds: W<* top,  limb, fall or put T.V. antennas, in trees. Insured work,  done to your (satisfaction. Our  free estimate may be lower  than you think. Phone 885-  2109. 3054-tfn  FOR  custom  rock  drilling  &  blasting, Phono 885-9591.  3047-tfn  EXPERIENCED      dressmaker  gt alterations. Ph. UMfl-2����3.  3200-tfn  COMPLETE     gardening    **<***-  vlrc,  weeding,  pruning  etc.  Ph. 880-2903, 3207-tfn  HfLF-WANTED  HELP WANTED (Cont:)  4" GIRLS required to assist at  Chamber of Commerce banquet.  Sat.   Sept.   20th.  Apply  Peninsula Drive-in, Secheit.  3296-42  WANTED reliable woman or  girl   for   household   with   2  small  children.  Live in or  out.   Ph.   ,886-2200   or   apply ,  Pcninsula-^feleaners, Gibsons.  3244-42  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Noida Wilson  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" Creek,  -   across-street from store.  Phone 886-2633 ,  3168-tfn  SAW MILL-  PLANER WORKERS  Steady Employment  Also operator with mechanical  experience for small cat and  other equipment. $2.75-$3.25.  Must be permanent residents  in this area and have reliable  transportation. No drifters.  Phone 885-9722 day or eves.  3248-tfn  WANTED  REQUIRED in good condition-  ]?ropane  fridge, also lights.  327-7980. ,   3*281-42  OLD white iron double bedstead,    any    condition,   also  bamboo blinds. 10 ft. and 4* ft.  Phbne 886-2593.        '"' 3246-42  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J; M. Hayes at Secheit,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-tfh  FOR RENT  STORJ*^E7|5p*ac$i^  House bf Dallis, Davis Bay.  885-2813. 3294-42  SECHELT   village,   one   bedroom ^u'ite, .-air electric. Ph.  EVHill. 885-9764. 3289-43  MISSION  Point,  Furnished  1  bedroom waterfront cottage,  $80 month. Ph. 922-5681.  3290-44  ROOM for rent on Snddgrass  Rd., Selma Park. $25 month.  Phone  885-2205. 3237-44  FULLY  furnished 4  bedroom  home,    waterfront,    Pender  Harbour. Ph. 731-5050. '.'  |  -        3291-44  GRANTHAMS     Landing,     2  bedroom   unfurnished   suite.  Oil & elec. $85 month. Ph. 886-  2041. 3273-42  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr, H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  MOBILE space available. Sunshine   Coast   Trailer   Park.  880-9820. 3181-tfn  PROPERTY wanted,, large lot  ..' or- small���acreage - with, or -  without buildings, near shops  &; bus; trees, - ample -water a  must. Cash or terms' can finance. Prefer Secheit or Up**  per Gibsons. F. Steele TR4-  1611, or write 13 W. Broadway,- Van. IO.* 3299-42  WATERFRONT LOT ahd 3  ��� view -lots in Garden Bay,  Pender Harbour. Box 1, Garden Bay, Pender Harbour. Box,  1, Garden Bay P.O., B.C. br  Phone 883-2336. Owner.  2882-tfn  WATERFRONT ��� Choice  beach lots. Buy now. Going  fast. Stop in at our office at  Halfmoon Bay for pamphlet.  Phone 885-9683". H. B. Gordon  & Kennett Ltd. Secheit. 885-  | 2013.    ��� 3062-tfn  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer . . .  ���Continuous   advertising   in  four newspapers.  ���Effective and proven advertising in our catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales staff of  eight in two offices on the  IPeninsula.  ���Twenty-four hour answering service.  ���No charge to you if there is  no sale.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone .885-2235  Box 155, Secheit,. B.C.  Box 369, Gibsons, B.C.  3280-tfn  2Yz acre William Island  Price- $35,000  at Irvine's Landing in  Pender Harbor. Sheltered,  drilled well, terms available  4 ACRE trailer park or motel site; across highway from  Pender Harbour Hotel. Excellent terms.  CHOICE semi waterfront &  view;* lots.7 From $3,500' at  Madeira Parkland Earls Cove.  Excellent terms.  ONE waterfront? lot left at  Earls Cove subdivision. Excellent terms.  6*4>, ACRES, 1,000' Highway  frontage;: Ex. Subdivision or  Commercial Site. $8,000. At  Madeira Park. Excellent terms.  OliLI SLADEY,  Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 883-2233  3240-tfn  REALTY LTD.  Phone 263-4993 collect or  736-5933 Mr.  Good  We Cover The Waterfront  HOBBY FARM: Small holding. Two rm. cabin, year  round water supply, retirement or horses etc. Off hwy.  nr. Roberts Creek. Mr. Good.  $11,950. About 4.6 acres, 263-  4993.  EXECUTIVE HOME: Year  round or summer. About 320  ft. level beach water, yacht  moorage etc. Large home plus  annex all or. one. Guests 3 extra bdrms, L/R, kit. Gardners  cottage, five lots, Nr. Langdale ferry term. Only $75,000.  Easy Terms. Also ideal for  Church or community camp  etc. Mr.  Good, 263-4933.  WATERFRONTAGE:  poise   Bay.   About   43  WANTED   Gardener. 1 day  week. Suit retire', man or  part-time worker. Ph, 880-  700S.  3200-41  LICENSED log salvager required on contract basis. AH  equipment nnd .salvage vi'?M  supplied. Only experienced  and responsible nred r+xtly.  Phone SSA-0722. 3249-tfn  GARDEN BAY ���* 2 bedroom  furnished house. All conveniences. Vacant Oct, list. $75  month, plus oil and electricity.  883-2561, 3238-43  FURNSHED    modern    cabin,  electric heat. Madeira Park.  Ph.  883-2043. 3233-44  SMALL cottage In Secret Cove  with fridge &: stove. Free  moorage for boat. Delightful  surrounding. Possibility of  some winter employment for  ri��ht couple. Ph. 885-9998.  3245-tfn  ONE  Furnished  and  one  unfurnished  ��ne   bedroom   apartment,  available  in  Secheit,  October 1st. Phone 885-21102,  3241-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING    room,    nil  found.      Private      entrance.  Clean ft warm. Working man  only.   Selmn Park.  885-9535.  3210-lfn  DAVIS HAY ��� On the m-n. 1  l>drm. self contained apt.  Suitable for teacher or coupK".  Available immediately. Ph.  085-2153 after 0 p.m.     3105-43  SMALL cabin in Secheit area  for single working man. Auk  for Jim. 883-2058. 3243-42  3   OR   4    bedroom   house   or  larKc   cot lane.   Gibsons���Secheit    area.    Phone    922-70111  rolled. 3239-43  WANTED TO RENT  Por-  acres,  with 175 ft. wharf, boat basin,  sheltered with lge. home mod.  Plus other framed in. Good rd.  in ten mins. Scchclt Our low,  low appraisal. Lock stock &  barrel. Only $100,000 with  low dn. payment or your, offers. Excellent club or private  location, year round. Resort  area. Mr. Good 203-4933.  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Located nr, the Bargain Norrows.  Good for small boat owner.  Threw lots as a package buy.  BLOCK BROS.  Phoiie   ��� Mr.    Good    263-49'93* -  collect- or 736-5933  Fori fast service on all- properties and busihfesses.  WE TRADE HOMES5  3061-tte  MacGregor Pacific Realty  , presents  SAN SOUCI ESTATES  Situated in  SECRET COVE  ��� We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots**on the Sunshine Coast  For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or L. CampbelL  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MocGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  1400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  GIBSONS SHELTERED-  WATERFRONT ��� Lots with  excellent view and safe, pro-s  tected moorage for all types- of?  craft. Each lot is fully serviced with access off paved"  road. Perfect location for your  retirement house and just  minutes from salmon fishing  at its best. Reasonably priced  from $8,800. Low down payment of $1,000 handles.  Two adjoining level, cleared  lots with excellent soil. Realistically priced at only $1,750  each.  Cottage on 2*�� acres with  124-ft. highway frontage. Close'  to Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza.  Excellent potential for commercial development. Full  price only $13,000,  SELMA PARK ��� Fully serviced view lot with gentle  slope. Cleared and ready for  building. Full price $4,000,  ' HALFMOON BAY ��� 5  acres secluded- and delightfully treed property with good  year round creek. Close, to  school and beach. Full price  only $3,500.  PENDER HABOURY-Large  waterfront property with modern fishing lodge consisting of  two self-contained two7 bedroom units, each with large-  bright kitchen^ and modern-  plumbing. Common living  room with large rock fireplace  and picture -windows overlooking harbour. Ample cleared  space on property for cabins-  etc. Full price $40,000.  Semi-waterfront lots all  fully servicedwith access to  launching ahd7 moorage. Full  price $3,000' to $3,500.  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay  at 886-9900.  Eves. 886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons and Burquitlam  3278-42  .  i   THE SUN SHINES, ON  50' Waterfront Lot, $7,800.  SELMA PARK���Open plan  v family home on two floors. 3  bdrms ���- 2 fireplaces ���' 2 kitchens. $28,000 try $7,000 down.  MIDDLEPOINT ������ 4 acres  with 423' waterfront. Post  beam summer home, $45,000.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast:  SELMA PARK���Waterfront  overlooking Trail Bay & Islands. Nicely landscaped and  well kept grounds. 4 bedroom  house, 2 up and two down.  Basement with A-oil furnace,  laundry room & extra bathroom.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots    on,  water    system.    Going    fast,  choice of nine.   Six lots sold.  Now $2,800, Terms.  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1000 each.  TILLICUM   BAY:   '$.   bed-  About 250 ft. waterfront. Only    room  home, has  large living  $11,500  with  half down.  Mr.  Good 203-4993,  HOTEL LAKE: Off road nr.  Irvines Landing, Pender Harbour. Approx, 05 ft. Lake a-  bout 250 ft. deep, Some rd. in.  Only $3,850.  EXECUTIVE or retirement  home. De-Lux, nt today rc-  p.acement price. Bldg. alone  over $30,000. No add can'describe this gem with 300 ft, of  r.afe wnterfrontage, Adjacent  to Gibsons with u multi-million view. Asking $05,000. Low  dn. payment or .rale, with  , Block Bron. pureluw plan. Mr.  Good 203-4093. Inspection by  appointment.  BARGAINS: Our dollar 99  special. Only 15 lots at Selma  Park. Light hush view lots  ofilv. $399 down, ��S0 per mo.  H**.',, Mo.tly 75 ft. by 135 ft.  Mr. Good 203-4993. Inspect  IIicm. now.  I COVER YOUR AREA  LIST NOW  Mr.   Good   203-4993  COUPLE   with   two   children  w��nt   a   cabin   to   frit   or  caret-ike. Ph. S80.7065. 32X15-42  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  room with W-W nnd s1on��  fireplace, new A-oil furnace.  Good value nt $11,500.  GIBSONS: Well built 2  bedroom home with basement  on landscaped ground*.. A-oll  heat, elec, range and Arnana  freezer.  A-skinfi $19,500.  GIBSONS ��� This new, well  planned Wcstwood homo offeni  Jota of living epacx*. Large Jiving room, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full basement, car port.  On 0 acres. $20,900.  E. PORPOISE BAY���1 acre,  100' waterfront, (.ahdy bench.  Unfinished 3 bedroom cottage.  $17,500. $8000 dowsr.  WILSON CREEK ��� 2V_  acrea with year round creek.  2 bedroom bawrment home  with carport. 1 acre cleared.  Secluded, Half cash at $17,900.  Multiple Listing S��vle��  |    H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hadden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Scchclt, B.C,  -39 3309-40  VJEW HOUSE ��� Gibsons  Village, small- 2* bdrm. home,  suit couple, for- retirement or  couple starting out. Nice L.R.  &kitch. C-W oil stove and  fridge. 4' pc: bath' & laundry  tub. Lot 80 x 120. P.P. $12,600  with $2,500 down on terms..  886-2481  SEMI - WATERFONT lot  with- view on Stevens Rd.  Only 100 ft. from a. sandy  beach. All landscaped and  ready to build. F.P. $5,775  cash.  886-2481  ACREAGE ��� Pine Rd. and  Lower Rd. with 1200 ft. of  road frontage. Good holding  property. Price for quick sale.  $4400 .terms.  | 886-2481  Member  Multiple Listing -  Service  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons 886-2481  (',. 3275-42  PACIFIC MocGREGOR  REALTY LTD.  i  777 Hornby St. Vancouver  Wonderful buy for someone  with large family. West Porpoise Bay, 6 bdrm. home on  half an acre, some finishing.  Some very good features for  family or individual privacy.  Ten thousand cash, one hundred a month at 7% for a full  pricf. of $33,800.  - Over 8V�� acres view property with legal access undeveloped $4500" cash.  Acre & a half .level lot, short  walk to beach in Roberts  Creek. $25p0.  Granthams home with superb view, modern design, three  bdrm.,- 17' x 20* bsmt. $5,000  dn. on' $18,000;  $12,600 for neat, well built  retirement home in resort area.  Mostly solid rock landscape  for easy care, good water  Supply. Some furnishings, 500'  floor space and rental cabin  on .93 acre.  Choice lot, 66' x 267* overlooking Trail Is. Highway at  Davis Bay. $4800.  View lots above highway at  Selma from $3000.  750' commercial or resort  waterfront property with  sunny rock peninsula, protected cove and great degree of  seclusion. 5'^ acres for $40,000  ..*Aete'i-"lot- with choice: house  site by year round stream,  walking distance to sand  beach, $2,750 cash.  Phone Jack Warne at  886-7244        . or 886-2681'  3293-42  SELMA PARK: Duplex ���  unique! design ��� some finishing required. Both suites have  goOd ocean view. Let us tell  you, about this remarkable  property.  WILSON CREEK: On level  '.-'_ acre, close to highway. 3  bdrm. home with carport.  $3,500 down on $11,900 full  price.  ROBERTS CREEK: Facing  on highway, near Golf Course  and not for from beach. 2 one  acre lots with potential view.  Only $3,000 each.  GOWER POINT: Good W-  F lot, 110* wide, .88 acre*!,  nice building site. Full price  $10,000.  1,6,7 acres facing on paved  road and road allowance on  Hide. This is ideal property for  S-D. Consult us for plans for  this and other S-D potentials.  GIBSONS RURAL: Fronting  on 2 good roads. Lightly treed.  Some good vtew Kites. 10 ocres  with good (soil, Full price  $10,000,  On Rood fcvel acre, facing  paved roads, thlsj nil electric  home, three bedr-ooms, lnrge  living room, village water.  Full price $22,500 with easy  term**.  GIBSONS: Older 2 bedroom  home, spacious living room  with good view. Close to chopping etc. Full price $10,000.  V4 aero lot in, village, nicely  tieed, only $2,500,  LANGDALE:     Very     good  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Secheit���highway location, level 2nd cleared. AH.  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfij  For the most complete  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  call  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  For Free Catalogue  Phone 885-2235  3279-tfn  EWART McMYNN   -  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member ,  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  Granthams: Three bedroom  home, nicely landscaped view  lot*.' 17x19 living room, big  family kitchen, util. All rooms  good - sized. Half _ basement  concr. with A-Oil furnace.  $5,000 down on $18,000 gives  possession.  2 blocks acreage, over 5 each  $7,000 each. Highway front,  good land.  Three-bedroom home, Gibsons, with excellent 60 foot  waterfront lot, landscaped,  ���shade trees. Basement and A-  Oil furnace. Over 1,600 sq. ft.  living area. Big living room  with fireplace leads to sundeck overlooking beach. $33,-  000 on terms.  Roberts Creek: Excellent  famiy home on 5 acres level  land: Four bedrooms, big living room, beautifully finished  kitchen. Double plumbing and  hot water tanks. Basement, A-  Oil furnace. A real buy at  $25,500. $10,000 or nearest  down - payment.  Four bedroom home on over  two acres corner lot, V.L.A.  iapproved7 14x23 foot living  room, 4 pee. vanity bathrm.,  school bus at hand. Garage,  gresnhouse, etc., $15,000 down  on $23,500 full price.  Blocks of 5 acres, uncleared,  road or highway access: $6,000  each, terms.  Do Wortman  Vince Prewer  886-2393  886-9359  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.   ...  3277-42  MOBILE HOMES  GENERAL MOBILE HOMES  Many Exciting New Models  Features   utility    room    with  3rd   entrance.   Immediate  delivery. 7 yrs. financing.  Trades considered        .  Box 3235, The Times  3235-tfn  WHY PAY MORE?  LATE MODEL MOBILE ,  HOMES  Sacrifice $4,900!     i  Eauy Terms   available  Box 3234, The Times, Secheit  3234-tfn  CARS and TRUCKS  1002   CORVAIR , 2   dr.   Body  poor, $150 or part payment  on truck or cash. Phone 885-  9504. 3301-42  I HAVE a very good 1960 Cad-  illac    for   Kale.    Reasonable  price. Ph. 885-9602.       3106-42  _063  CORVAIR van  for  Kale,  Ph. 885-2292. 3167-42  1903   CHEV   panel,   excellent  condition.       Ph.       885-2357  evenings. 3283-44  1907     PONTIAC     PariKienne  hard    \np.    V-8    automatic,  Power   Steering.   Low   Miles.  Ph. 880-9800. 3282-42  VOLKSWAGEN   for   sale,   as  is,   good   motor.   $100.   Ph.  885-2024  after 0  p.m. 3250-42  BOATS and ENGINES  CLEAN cabin eruiser. 23' Art-  craft. Completely- re-built  Mercury Flathead. Cruises 18  knots, economical. Steve, head,  sink, carpets. OFFERS for  quick end- of season sale. Ph.  112-299-3282. 3204-42  28>/2' TURNER sea-skiff. Well  equipped including,phone, oil  range, pressure hot & cold  water and anchor " winch. '  Chrysler hemi with 2/1 over  drive. Madeira Marina Ltd.  883-2266. 3226-44  2 CLINKER boats 12'. 3* & 4  hp   B   &   S   motors.   $100,  Caravelle 14' 6 hp B & S motor, $125. 883-2577.        3227-43  22 FT. Cabin Cruiser for sale.  Volvo     110     inboard���outboard, with trailer. Ph.  885-  2306. 3220-43  17'   BOAT,   283   Chev   D.D.,  trailer      and      equipment.  Needs   some   finishing,   $995.  885-9555 or 885-2111.   3218-43  FOR SALE  TECHNICAL books now in  stock at the Times Book  Store, Secheit. Carpentry ���  weldhig ��� plumbing ��� drafting ��� house wiring. Fix your  Volkswagen, Chev, Ford, Plymouth. All about small gas  engines and many others. Ph.  885-9654. 3051-tfn  SMITH      Corona,      standard  typewriter with extra-large  type, in new condition, special  at half-price. Phone 885-9654.  2540-tfn  SAWMILL (Belsaw) continental power. Twin disc clutch,  3     blades.    Shingle     attachment, $700. Ph. 885-9565.  3286-42  16 INCH Pelton wheeL Double nozzle ,$125. 30-30 riflle,  $45. 1Y> hp o-b, $75. 10" x 3  ft. single hub concrete pipes,  $3 each. Ph. 885-9565. 3287-42  DUOTHERM large oil heater,  $30. Colonial table, $15: table lamp, $4. Phone 886-2916.  3298-42  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  from   Secheit   Kinsmen    at  $3.50 each.  Phone 885-9542.  IF   IT'S   suits^-ifs   Morgans.  885-9330, Secheit; B.C.  8893-tfu  BEAUTIFUL    semi    acoustic  guitar, electric with.case &  strap.    Sacrifice,    $100    cash.  885-9654. .   3154-tfn  G.   E.   wringer   washer   with  pump.   Excellent   condition.  885-9956. 3171-42  TAPER   &   straight! machine,  24"    &    18"    block,    $300.  Brummell, Roberts Creek.  3200-43'  BAY  mare   for   sale.   Phone  885-9528  any   time  after  2  p.m. 3228-43  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope- -  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers  available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfO  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  Nelson Island.  Take" notive that . Jerrold-  Linowsky of 154 Ashlar Drive,  Napa, Calif,, occupation teacher, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a* post  planted 24 ft. West of the N.W.  corner of lot 3532;; thence 300  ft. East;, thence 100 ft. North;  thence 300 ft. West; thence 100  ft. South; and containing %  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  Jerrold John Linowski  Dated August 16, 1969.  3124-pub. Aug. 27, Sept. 3, 10,  17, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82) '  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver,, B.C. and situate  West Lake, i Nelson' Island;  New Westminster Land District.  Take notice that' Richard J.  Wright of 403-2324 West lst.  Ave., occupation accountant;  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Lake front property.   -  Commencing at a post  planted approximately 1200 ft.  west of established property of  J. Manley, and located between No. L6926 and No.  0280050; thence 100 ft. East;  therice 300 ft .South; therice  100 ft. West; thence 300 ft.  North and containing % acre,  more or less, for the purpose  of summer cottage.  Richard John Wright  Dated August 10, 1969.  3224-pub, Sept 10, 17, 24; Oct.  1, 1969  LIVESTOCK  ONE   year   old   Dorset   Horn  ram, $25. Geese, $5. Ph. 880-  9500. 3247-42  WANTED TO BUY  UTILITY trailer 15" wheels or  under, preferred. Also. small  drill press and used 10 to 12 ft.  glass rowboat. Ph. 885-9561.  3100-42  DUTCH oven & canning jars,  Phone 886-7065., 3284-42  DEEP   well    pressure   pump,  wanted,   will  trade  shallow  well  pump  or buy.  Ph.  885-  2300. 3221-43  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  .LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, British Columbia and situate on Nelson Island, about one-half mile  North of Fernie Point in the  second bay.  Take notice that John F.  Grosvenor, of Port Coquitlam,  B.C., occupation, steel foreman intends to apply for a  lease of tho following described lands:���-  Commencing at a post  planted at John Grosveno'r's  S,E. (Southeast) corner; thence  100 feet S.W. (southwest);  thence 300 feet N.W. (northwest); thence 100 ft. N.E.  ' (northeast); thenco 300 feet S.  W. (southwest) and containing  */������ (one third) acres, more or  less, for the purpose of a summer home.  John Frederick Grosvenor  Dated September 1, 1909  3288-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct.  1,  0,  1909  LEGALS  Form No. 10  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  ..F  . r.'A  h-\  J  15'   Cadilac   aluminium   boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, with trall-  htiTldinglot with terrific view    er fle tarp. 885-2007.     2359-tfn  of   Howe   Sound.   Full   price  $11,800, Terms.  Good view lot, ideal building site. Only $7,500. Easy  terms.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Giteoms,, B.C.  Phone 888-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  BOAT Insurance Information.  Marine Insurance Claims.  Capt. W. Y. HIggM, Box 339,  Gibson?-, B.C. Tel. 880-9540 or  81)5-9425. 2533-tfn  15*   BOAT  with   Johnson  40,  electric start,   with   trailer.  Will tsell with or without motor.   880-7005. 3105-42  *  K, Butter  Hon M<*Savan��*y  Ed Butter  Don Tait  ��� 800-2000  _ 830-9050  ��� RflO-2000  ��� 083-2284  3270-42  12*  BOAT  with   1/1 lip  Evinrude,    tilting    trailer    with  winch, $425, 085-9504. 3184-42  VS ft.  moulded plywood  with  cabin, forward (steering control., 25 lip outboard, tank  &  paddles.   885-0950, 3170-42  14 ft. Clinker with cabin. 5'/  outboard ft1,.    Inboard.  $250, Ph. 805-073H. .'.lfM-43  Notice of  Intention  to Apply  to Learfio Land  In Lnnd Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  Nelson Is-land,  Take notice that Velma Linowski of 154 Ashlar Drive,  Napa, California, 94558, occupation, teacher, intend*) to apply for a lease of the following  described  lands;���  Commencing ot a post  planted 24 ft. W ond 100 ft.  N. of the N.W. comer of lot  3532; thence 300 ft. E.; thence  100 ft. N,; thence 300 ft. W.;  thence 100 ft. S. and containing iv* acres, more or leru, for  Ihe puijx'Hi* of Miinnier hoin��..  Velma  Linownki  Dated Auj;. 10, 1909  3125-pub, Aug. 27, Sept.. 3, 10  17, WdU  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lcarso Land  In Lnnd llwordlng District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  at the North End of West Lake  on Nelson Inland.  Take not lex- that Ann Bur-  ges*" of Vancouver, occupation  ���dock clerk inter)'.-* to apply  for n JciiM. of the following  described hinds:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South We*.t  Corner 200 ft. south or I. P.;  thenco 100 ft. North; theme**  300 ft. Eai��t; thence 100 ft.  South; thencJ* 300 ft, Went and  containing *}'_ acre**-, more or  les*. for the purpose of Summer Home,  Ann  Burg'-M  Dated August 10, 1909.  3250-pub. Sept.  17, 24, Oct.  1,  fi,  1909  lf"i  i  i. *t-*'-��%��. juAv^^k j^^.^1^^^^^ vM.'-��*-*A'W��'iy'-*lV'\^-V W"vJ  ���*^��-'t^*"V,V'*^ *^yr'*^^y"v'*^v*,^*^'i^^^v*^-^^wFV'v'-^^ ���#" l^V V*^ Y'^^-^v^'tr-f' ��r W +���&'*���**'&'+? 4- * ���&������*''&��� 1/"���*������* v  ^VJVV^ *'���*^w^v^VV-**^ -J^ivtSriwU1 Vv'i'Tv '-/-V ^ ���  c-sw-Ktr'ji.'^fc- v-��v*^s '**��������*  c .  .' *-    ,     <-        . *i\j ' _       \   Y    Y''  ' ���*' / ', .     ,?/ r ������ y       -��� "  LEGALS (Continued)-  LEGAL (Continued)  LEGALS (Continued) '  LEGALS TC^ftiriuear  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Fot-Jri.No, Id  (Section /82)  LAND ACT  Form No. I***"  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  mwoi-wrtum*)  Fdrm No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply    Notice of Interition to Apply    Notice bf Intention' to Apply    Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shdre bf  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notive that Wiehel-  mine Angell ot Vancouver,  occupation- Housewife intends  to apply for a lease of the  following described lands:���  Commencing at "a post  planted South East Corner;  thence 100 ft. West; th<j>hce 300  ft. North; thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft. South and containing 3/. acres, more, or less,  for the. purpose of Summer  Home.  Wiehelmine Angell  Dated August 16, 1'969.  3257-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1'969  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West. Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Allan B.  Campbell of Secheit, 'occupation Commercial Pilot intends  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on ithe North West Corner of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take   notice   that   Edward  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  ThePcninsula.Times^Wednesdoy, Sept. 17,1969 PogeA-3  LEGALS (Continued) LEGALS (Continued)  NOTICE TO GENERAL  CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders are invited  for the construction of Additions and Alterations to St.  Mary's Hospital, Secheit, B.C.  Tenders will be received  until 4:00 p.m. (P.S.T.) Tuesday, October 28, 1969 by:  -Expansion & Construction  Committee,  St. Mary's Hospital,  Box 678,  Secheit, B.C.  Tenders must be submitted  Form No. 18  (Sectibn 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply'  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on. the North End of West  Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Allan Angell of West Vancouver, occu-  Take notice that B. G. Wil-  Sonnenberg,  of Burnaby, oc- son of Vancouver,  occupation  cupation Prospector intends to drilling  contractor intends to vntimiiver  nw���  to apply for a lease of the fol-    apply for a lease of the fol-, apply for-a lease of thb follow-   ^^Z^'SttSmrW   t^ A^TS^Z  lowing described lahds:- lowing described lands:-* mg described lands.��� .,    S?d  TENDER   TOR  THE    tends to ap^ly for a tease of  Commencing     at     a     post        Commencing     at     a     post       Commencing    at     a     post   CONSTRUCTION OF ADDI-  planted ori the South East.cor-    planted   South   East   Corher; planted   on  the   South   West   TIONS AND ALTERATIONS  thence 100 ft. West; thence 300 Corner; thence 300 ft. North;   TO ST  MARY'S HOSPITAL  ft. North;, thence 100 ft. East; thencs 100 ft. East; thence 300    ��� -     ' '  thence 300 ft. South and con- ft. South; thence 100 ft. West  taining SA acres, more or less, and containing % acres, more  for   the  purpose   of   Summer or   less,   for ihe   purpose   of  Summer Home.  ner; thence 100 ft. West;  thence 300 ft. North; thehce  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  SECHELT, B.C.  Allah  B. Campbell  Dated August 16, 1969.  3260-pub. Sept; 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1989  Home.  Edward Sonnenberg.  Dated August 16, 1969.  3265-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct 1,  8, 1969  Barry G. Wilson  Dated August 16, 1969.  3269-pub. Sept, 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND Ml.  Notice of Intention; to 'Apply  to Lease fcaftiti  In Land-R^rding -District  of Vancpuver, _3,C. arid si-uate  on the North West Shore' of  West Lake on ffelson Island*  _ Take wtive-that Linda Harr  ris of Y/ancduver, 7occupation  Telephone Operator ihtfelids to  apply for a lease of* jthe following described la_ads:���  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT Y  Notice of Interition to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vahcoiiver, B.C. an'd situate  on the North West shore of  West Lake oh Nelson Island.  Take notice that Diane Andrews of North Vancouver,  occupation Receptionist intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the North West Shore bf  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Donald  Scimmdh of Burnaby, occupation Labourer intends to apply  for . a lease of the following  described lands:���  Commencing     at     a     pos.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND- ACT  Each Tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond made  payable to St. Mary's Hospital  Society in an amount not-less  than $26,500.00 issued by ' a  properly licensed surety company. A 50% Performance  Bond will be required as stipulated in the documents.  Plans and Specifications and  Form of Tend.r may be obtained from: Underwood, Mc-  Kinley, Cameron, Wilson &  Smith, 612 Clyde Ayenue,  West Vancouver, B.C. after  1 00 p.m. (D.S.T.) Monday,  T-eptember 15, 1969, on deposit  of $75.00 per set,   -    "  the following described lands:  Commencing at a" post  planted on the, South West  Corner; thence 300 ft. East;  thence 100 ft. North; thence  300 ft. West; thence 100 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  Allan Angell  Dated August lfc, 1969.  '3253-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct, 1,  *   *  - 8, 1969  OFFERED BY BOB KENT - 885--5461  SfcCHELT;  WATERFRONT _.' No, 1033  Lost wot-erfroot. lot .facing the  Gulf. At $9,500 full price. Try  your terms.  SELMA PARK ��� No, 1267 .  95'xJ30' view lots. Adam poor  road (Government), there's no  water and no electricity.' at  present. I'd rather see*you with  this lot than me. So for o  cheap buy call the-owrier.who  is Bob Kent.  SELMA PARK ��� No. 988  A gentle sloping ��� highway lot.  Water arid electricity available.  Only $3,500 full price.  UAVIS BAY VlEW���No. J!80  Finest view' lot, available, H'afe  water & electricity,- Nearly %  acre 100' by 200'. I block W  stores and safe sandy beoch;  Easy access for small boats.  pender harbour-No. i 120R  At the gateway to fabulous  fishing area-of Pender Harbour  .and the entrance to the busi��-  ness district of Madeira Park.  A choice commercial comer site  fconsisting of over an acre. 200'  fronting the Highway 101 as  well as 350' on the Madeira  Park Road. These two lots or*  priced ot-$25,000 with good  terms.  OFFERED BY JACK ANDERSON - 885-2053,  Notice of intention' to. Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  Form-.No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  and will close with the Vancouver  Lower   Mainland   Bid  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate   Depository,   2675  Cak  Street,  -._  ��_-.  ��.-_....-_..,-__.���  ... -__,���_.-_   Vancouver, B.C. BEFORE 4:00  p.m.  (D.S.T.) -Friday/October  24,  1969.  Bid  Depository  wilt,lie re- ,  quired for a number d�� trades    Notice of Intention to Apply  on the NOrth Shore of West  Lake oh Nelson Island. -  Take notice that Perry Mac-  Gregpr of West Vancouver, occupation Housewife intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  CoitiRlfertei-ig at' a V i��st 7.Cp-ttntencing at a post Commencing at a pos^: Commencing at a post  planted   on   the .South y^est    planted   on   the   South - East    plahted   oh   the   South   West    planted on South East Corn  Corner; thence 100 ft. East;  thence ������$ffi'---:fi7l-}X6fthi-%e'h&'  100 ft. West; theWe 300 -ft.  South and containing- % aefes,  more or lessj for, the purpose  of Sununej. Home.' "  -   Linda Harris  |   DaM August $, 1969.  ^3258-pub. Sept. ,17, 24, iofet. 1,  ; ,.   ,     ��� .. - 8, 1969  Comer; thence 100 ft. West;  Venice 300 ft. North; ; then<*e  100 ft. East; thence ��<30 ft  South and containing % Strips,  more pr less, for the _\ir$o&  6f Summer Home.  Diane Andrews  Oated August 16, 1969.'  3261-pub. SeptYl7.* 2-4. 'Oct; ;-ly"  7 Si 1969  fctffchter; thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft North; thehce  100 ft. West; thence 300 ft.  South and containing % acres,  more br less, for the purpose  of Summer Home.  ijionald Scimmon  ���-, Dated ;August 16, 1969.  3266^-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct 1,  .,      ., 8, 1969  er; thence 100 ft, East; thence  300 ft. North; thehce lOO ft.  West; thence 300 ft. South and  containing 94 acres, more or  less, for the purpose of Summer Home.       -��� '"  Perry MacGregor  Dated August 16, 1969.  3270-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  Form No.- i8     -  (Section 82)  t LAND ACT    ��� -  Notice of Intentipn to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording district  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  in the Norih West Shore pf  West Lake on Nelson island;  Take notice that Mabel C,  Wilsop Of CoquiUam, occupation Housewife intends to apply for a lease of the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted oh the North East  Corner;   thence 1(H), ft.  West;  Form No. 18  - (Section 82)    '    '  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention io Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. arid situate  on the North West Shore: of  West Lake on Nelson Island.  Form "No. 18  : (Se-ctton 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lea_-e Land  In Land Recording District;  of Vancouver, B.C; and situate  ori   the North  West Shore  of-  West Lake on Nelsbh Island.  Take notice that E^ithi^i-        Take riotrcO that Valerie An-        _jv    ^     v>_ _  Lachlan of Vancouver,' oMi-    geW of Vancouver, occupation    ccr-eil.Ahgfeir'of Vancouver, oc  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  fcANB ACT'"  ;';"-*"  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  . Ih' Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  'on/the North Shore of West  Lake,on Nelson Island.  Take   notice   that   Arthur  pation   Business   Wbihah ,'ir��  tends to apply for a leas? of  the following described lands:  Commencing ot a post  plahted on the South East  Corner;  thence   100   ft.  West;  Secretary intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:  Colmmencii.g at a post  planted on the South East  Corner;  thence  100  ft  ^est;  cupation Food Processor in--  tends tb ajpply for a lease of  the following -described lands:  Commencing ot a po:.i  planted on the South Eust Corner;    thence,   100    ft.    West;  thence  300  ft.  North;  thence    thence  300  ft.' North;  thence    thence 3007 ft.'North;  thence    ^Gn^;  3qq  ft,   North;  thenc  100 ft. East; thence 300 ft.  South awd conteinihg *V. acres,  more or less, for the pufpoSe  of Summer Horrie.  Mabel C. Wilson  Dated August 16, 1969,  3259-pub. Sept. .17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  100 ft East; thence 300 ft.  South and containing %'acres,  more oi- less,, for. th* purpose  of Summer Home.  Edith McLachlah  Dated August 16, 1W9.'  3262-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 11.69  100 ft East; thence 300 ft  South and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose of  Suhimer Hbrhe.  Valerie Angell  Dated August 10, 1969.  3267-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. I,  I 8, 19C9  A., r .... .",,   .........   ..     r       r.  100 ft.' East; thence 300 ft.  South, and. containing ���''. acres,  more or less/'foi* thc purpose  of Surh_her Home.  Arthur Cecil Angell  Dated August 16, 19(19,  3271-pubi Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1.  8, 1909  taJS  Form No. 18  Section 82)  LAND ACT  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply    Notice of Intention to Apply    Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on thc North West shote of  West Lake on Nelson, Island.  Take notlbe that Duncan  Angell of Vancouver, occupation Si-1'isiT.an intend*, to apply for a lea lie of the following deftcrlbed lands:���  Commencing     at     a     j>0Kt  to Lease Land  Dli  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  ort the North West Shore of  Wctit Lake on Nelson Island.  Tnke notice that Edna Hope  of Burnaby, occupatibh housewife Intend), to apply for a  lease of the following described land*.:���-  Commencing     at     a     post  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C.1 and situate  on thc North Went Shore of  V-Zest Lake on Nelson Island.  Take notice that Twylla  Mac Sonnenberg of Burnaby,  occupation Housewife intend.!  to ��pply for a lease of the following described lands;���  Commencing    at  post  planted   oh   the   SoMth   West    planted   on   the   South!   West    planted   South   East   Corner;  ------      -     ���        ��� "  -    -   -     therice 100 ft. West; thence 300  ft. North; thence 100 ft. Bunt;  thence 300 ft. South and containing .. acres, more; or Jess,  for the purpoBe of Summer  Horrie.  Twylla Mae Sonnenberg  Dated Augunt 10, 1909.  3200-pub, Sept. 17, 24, Oct.  1,  ��, 1009  Corner; thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft. North; thenoi.  100 ft. W<-..t; Ihert'ce 300 ft.  South and containing .4 Acre*,  more or lens for the purposx.  of Summer Home.  Duncan Angell  Dated August lfy 1909.  3203-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1909  ^gasss  SB  Corner; thence JO0 ft. East;  thenco 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft, West; thence 300 ft.  South and containing 94 acres,  mort. or Itrsfi, for tho purpose  of Summer Home.  ftd'na Hope  Dated August 10, 1909.  3204-pi.b, Sept. 17, 24, Oct.  1,  fl, I960  _skM  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  I to Lea,M. Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver. B.C. and situate  on the North ' West side of  West Lake on Nelson Iskuid.  Take notice that Walter  Hnmber of Vancouver, occupation Store Manager JnteniB  to apply for a leat.1* of the ful-  loV/irig described Jands:���  Commencing at n i"^  planted on the pouth ea. t corner; thence 300 ft, WeM;  thence 300 ft. North; tlien<e  100 ft. East; th��iw-e 300 it.  South and containing ':*. uen-.,  more or lesrs, for th<* )jurpot.'  of tsumnier liolne.  Walter Humlxr  Dated Augii-st 1��5, 1009.  3252-pub. St-pt.  17, 24, Oct,   1,  The lowest br any Terider  not necessarily accepted.  St. Mary's Hospital Society,  Secheit, B.C.  3251-pub. Sept. 17, 1969  IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  BETWEEN:    , -  LINDA BUCKLEY, an infant,  by her father and next friend,  LAWRENCE B. BUCKLEY,  PLAINTIFFS  AND:  WILLIAM S. TEREPOCKI,  DEFENDANT  TO:  WILLIAM S. TEREPOCKI  TAKE NOTICE that an action has been commenced  against -you in, ������,the N��w  WeBtmihster "ftegistry,*'"'in'" the  Suprerrie Court of British C01---  umbia, and numbered 766-69,  by Linda Buckley, an infant,  by her father and next friend,  Lawrence B. Buckley, having  an address at 324-3rd Street,  in the City of New Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, in which the  Plaintiffs' claim is for damages foreperson al injuries and  property damage as a result  of the negligence of yourself  in respect of a motor vehicle-'  accident on or about June  20th, A.D. 1969, at or near  Peterson Hill on King George  Highway, in the Municipality  of Surrey, in the Province of  British Columbia, and an Order has been made that service of the Writ of Sumriions  in the said action be effected  by this advertisment.  If you desire to defend the  action, you must within fourteen (14) days of the publication of this !advertisment, inclusive of the day of publication, enter an Appearance at  the Court House, 053 Clurkson  Street, in the City of New  Westminster, in the Province  of British Columbia, In default of such Appearance,  judgement may be entered  against you.  R.  Fulton,  District  Registrar  3232-pub. September 17,  1969  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notlcc of Intention to Apply  to Leaw Land  WimmmrAmaE^mBE!mmMm'Ssmamm  wiw  OKSimem&wmimHimm.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  A tax sale will be bold on Tucsciay, September 30,  1969, at  10:00 a.m. in the Municipal Hall, Sooth Flettrwr Rcfcfd, Gibsons,  ���B.C. for ony properties within ibe Village Of Gibsons Xr)e(\ bovlng  unpaid delinquent /taxes.  ' DAVID JOHNSTpN,    '  September 18, 1969.  Collect***  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  mmmMmimmmmmmammmmmmsmmimm  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver. B.C. and till unto  on the North East End of  West Lake on Nelson Js)nn<i.  Take   notice   that   Marjorie  Kin*.    C(,nn   ot>   Vancouver,   omipn-  '   . 1    tion Secretary intend1, to apply  for  a   lease   of  ihe  following  dei.cril.cd l__nd..;���  Commencing at a post  planted on the North East corner; thence 300 ft. North;  thence; 100 ft. W��*��t; thw.ee  300 ft. South; llx-nee 100 ft.  East and containing ">4 arret.,  more or le����, for the purporse  of Summer Home.  Marjorie Conn  Dated August J6, 19(59.  3255-pub. Sept. 17, It, Oct. I,  8,  1909  to Lease Land  In Land Riecording District  of .Varicbldver, B.C. and situate  oh the North W^t End of  West Lake ori Nelson Island.  ;������,., Take ; notice that Diablerie  Campbell of Secheit, occupation Housewife intends to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted on the South East corner; theri$e 100 ft. 7>West; :  thence 300 ft. North; thence  100 ft. East; therice 300. ft  South and containing % acres,  more or less for the purpose  of Summer Home. -   . -  Dahlene C. Campbell  Dated August 16, 1969,  - 3254-pub. Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1,  8, 1969  IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  IN THE MATTER OF THE  "NOTARIES ACT"  X  703-69  ; "Chapter 26*31 of "the Revised  Statutes of British ' Columbia,  I960"  and7  IN THE MATTER OF AN  APPLICATION FOR  ENROLMENT  by  HARRY GREGORY  I HEREBY APPOINT Wednesday, the 8th day of October  A.D. 1969, at the hour of 10:30  o'clock In the forenoon, or as  soon thereafter as Counsel for  the applicant may be heard,  before the presiding Judge in  Chamber, at the Court House,  Vancouver, British Columbia,  as the time and place for the  hearing of the application of  HARRY GREGORY to be enrolled as a Notary Public pursuant to the Notaries Act to  practise in the Town of Sech-  , elt arid within an area of  twenty-five miles from the  centre of the Town of Secheit  in the County of Vancouver,  In the Province of British Columbia.  I HEREBY DIRECT that  publication of this appoint*  ment shall be made In a newspaper circulating In the area  and shall be (published once a,  week for I wo consecutive  weeks.  DATED at Vancouver, British Columbia, this 5th day of  September A.D. 1069,  TAKE NOTICE of the nlwve  nppointn.c*. 1 AND TAKE NOTICE, that, in support of the  application will be taken the  evidence of the Applicant,  HARRY GREGORY, viva votre  on oath.  T. A, PARSONS  SOLICITOR FOR THE  APPLICANT  TO: THE SECRETARY OF  THE LAW SOCIETY OK 1101-  TISI! COLUMBIA  AND TO: THE (SECRETARY  OF THE SOCIIETY OF NO-  TAMKS PUBLIC OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  32.2-ptib. Sept, 17, 24, 1009  PETS  POODLES,       clipping      and  grooming,    yearn    of    experience. Phone 86(1-2601.  ' 2420-tfn  DAVIS BAY 5EA VIEW ��� No. 1245  1..10 ."ocVes.. Id'edJ ter Trailer Court. Large two bedrooni home.  Auto/oi! heat, 125' highway frontage. Lovely park-like property.  Fruit trees. Sub-division' possibilities., $21,000 F.P. Try your  offers on-terms.  SECHELT DELUXE ��� No. 1237  Lovely new deluxe home plus large modem suite. Fireplace, golden  oak floors, vanity baths, mountain dsh cabinets, dining room,  landscaped lot, walking distance to shops, bus. Workshop, carport, ��� sundeck.  Retire  with   revenue. F.P.   $29,900,   1/3 dowrt.  W��LeOME,BEACH-^No. 1217  Approx. 3 : acres, treed, sea  view property; Clean 2 bedroom  cottage. 2 lots, work shop, water system,, on payed road with  beach access. Ideal for retire-  h.enty$14;500. Only $4*500  dowrY ; v   ���  ROBERTS CREEKr-No.7 1036  26 acres, Hobby Roncft. Two  < year-round trput streamis. 640  ft. on Highway 101. 2 bedroom  horne plus. large machine shop.  Horse barn and hay shed,. Good  subdivision property. $29,500  F.P. Some terms.  ROBERTS  CREEK~No.   1289  Clean cozy two bedroom* plus  den home. 300' to beach access. Lovely 5 treed park-like  acre. Subdivision possibilities.  $14,950 F.P.; Try vrouryterrns.;  SOD', WATERFRONT-No. 1288  Pender Harbour water supply.  $22>000 "full price. Try-your  terms:  SARGENT BAY  AREA ��� No. 1245  Large  treed  lots.     Access  to  beach and "Hot" fishing spot,  Only $2,500 full price. Easy  terms.  (OFFERED BY PEGGX AtER > 885-23^5  PAYIS BAY ��� No. 1261  View home . , . This 3 bedroom split level family home offers  1,500 fr. of living area. Acorn fireplace in large living.room  plus full picture window. Wood panelling throughouL Family  living room and lower level garage or basement. This fine  Medallion home is offered at $26,500 with some firidhcing  available. ,. ������..-'���-.-'  GARDENER'S  PARADISE ��� No. 1287  This two bedroom stucco home  overlooking the Georgia Straits  is   a   true  gardener's  delight.  Grounds are beautifully: terraced   with   domestic   and   exotic  plants arid flowers, plus 1,000s  of   bulbs.   Green  house,   lathe  house,   fish   pool,   patio   etc.  Gardeners   will   recogniie   the-  value here.  SELMA PARK ��� Mo. t276  This older type house features  large kitchen and living room  with view of Georgia Straits. 2  Bedrooms  and   full   basement.  hlear new washer, dryer, elec.  stove, fridge> all inc., in low  down payment oL $5,000.  LOOKING FOR THE  BEST? ��� No. 1073  See this 2 bedroom full base-  rnenf bouse.  N<> expense has  been spared. Extensive use of  fine  wood  panelling  throughout the  1300sq. ft. of living  area.  Large living and dining  room   with   L-shaped   fireplace  6vet-0oking     <3eorgia     Streets.  Fomily size kitchen, two baths,  situated on   12 acres offering  privacy.   Subdivision   potential.  F.P. $35,000. Terms.  OFFERED BY PETER SMITH - 885-9463  v      r* -     _      _  r*\i+ -���*���*_        * ***���  I^Y,V'*   '  - '-!'v.  * 1 ,;���<*���. *  ,   -.. .  .      '      *,".'*..  . '    J��*     ���**.*.���  ^US' r       - *  ��'i*JL-*\'iJ  .  ���* .*_���'!' ������ ���  *" v*?. <   *-*�� .* :  GIBSONS ��� No.  1189        ���  $16,500 exceptionally good price for this two bedroom bungalow.  Situated on a neatly landscaped 60 ft, lot. In defsitable location,  easy walking distance to beach and stores. Double windows, built  in ronge, wosher> dryer, drapes. Expansive view from large  panelled and w,-w. carpeted living room and dining area. Unique  cabinet kitchen, part basement and auto oil furhace.  24.6 ACRES  SOUTHERN SLOPE ��� No. 83?  Farmland, 10 acres cultivated.  Owner's home on 1.5 ocres plus  2 rentals on 23 ocres with  year round streoms. Buy one or  both. $15,000 down put!, you  on the farm wilh 2 houses and  outbuildings,  FAMILY HOME ��� No. 1196  GibsonS rural. 1.7 ocres cleared land. 5 Bedrooms, well kept  spacious house with full bose-  ment. $16,000 gives possession, 6% on balance,  ROBERTS CREEK  ACREAGE ��� No. 1284  Two bedroom homo on 5.5  acres of southern slope, excellent for subdivision. View property. Just $10,000 down, good  terms,  LOW INVESTMENT WATERFRONT ~ No. 1052-1053  Two bedroom home $10,500.  Duplex with one bedroom each,  $9,850 ori safe beoch. Try your  offers on these cxcelleht lease  properties. 10 minute drive ta  Secheit.  TWO VIEW LOTS���No. 1215  Soome* Point area $1,500 each.  Try your down poyment,  VIEW LOT ���No, 1264  100x450 in Gibsons, Ideal for  apartment, Choice at $8,950.  Terms.  4ft  ACRES  WOODLAND ��� No.  1216  Ensured privacy In Gibsons  area. Try your offer on asking  price ol' $5,000.  OFFERED BY CHARLIE GATHERCOLE - 886-701$  GIBSONS ���No, 1265  $12,600, Ony iwo bedroom home on nicely londscoped lot. View  ol Howe Sound trom largo living area and tundeck. Fireplace.  Storag*- building. This home ho* been completely redone recently.  INVESTMENT  POTENTIAL ��� No. 1039  2,15 Acre*., Level, near Uiop-  plng ond vchool}, Co*..y two  ,bedrooms with tlreplace ond  carport. New auto furnace.  $22w0OO. Terms.  ROBERTS CREtK ��� No. 1277  Right on the beach, well maintained two bedroom home,  filling ond iwlmmlng ot your  front door. Largo tundeck,  average   M/e   living  room   with  ocorn fireplace. Part basement,  outo-oil furnocc. Goroge, boat-  house. Good retirement home�����  near bus stop. $22,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� No. 1244  1,48 acre*. Front*, on poved  rood. Near beach an<l Un service. Comfortable two bedroom  home. Large living room, 4  pc. bath. Oil range and.tpoce  heater. Utility room with wa-ih-  er hook-up. Good water stippty.  D,P. $7,600.  WE OFFER THE LARGEST SELECTION Of  LISTINGS ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  ASK FOR. FREE CATALOGUE OF MtOWERTY  MuUl^U l&flag 5*rv*eff  Vancouver Reo! Estate  0 oerJ  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Secheit 885-2235 - 24 HOURS - Gb*m9 886-7015  &  /-  i  1% >t ,'-,_��* J.^��^,,,ittW^.,.Bt^.r.^(-^rf(,vrt^i^���,fi,s��i^tt.'1��WF-tMh^.*,B(��,^, ^t, ,* r*   *11,  tft ^ufl( ^ , tf��� (.^.((-mf^nwnmrt'in-f..*  i f '?*>&<  ^W* ^*^��*A**t�� -^ W n*^s\fi-^fr*<M >w^iv,1*tf"^*'   ^���i*>**/Ji.'<-vV -**'VV(VW'  , �� T ,  *>"V ^W^v ���v*"^.'*"<^V"Vfc,V'*  "^V -j^^y*'*  ~v.+   .   fc��..  ���**������**- ���y"*t*'*'*V��*Jr ^'���V'W*-'**'''^-'**"*'.^^  ^���sv^-^^  "    ^ j. *I   J*-     o      l** *"*(��� 1      *     *_      ���"     1 ' J rt 1       * J        . "��� 1 ( *"'  /   lt*  .  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Pcge A-4 The Peninsula Times;  ���Wednesday, September 17, 1969  MORE ABOUT ...  �� Student enrolment  ���from pan* A-l  Bay to relieve a situation which existed  when school commenced. Enrollment was  greater than anticipated and covered a  greater grade spread than had been originally intended. When it was decided to  re-open the school after one year closure  it was planned to teach only grades one  and two. Objection registered by Secnelt  parents who did not want their small children to travel resulted in the school opening for children within travelling distance  from grades 1-4. It has since been decided to remove the grade 4 children from  (the school and they will either attend  Madeira Park or Secheit schools.  Elementary Instruction Supervisor, Mr.  Peter Slinn who was introduced to trustees at the Board meeting, had recommended that grade four be removed this  year. Mr. Slinn reported that he has,been  active in all schools especially in the remedial field and working with new teachers.  University Bound  Scholarship and award' whining students off .to university are from left  front: Candy McPhedran, John  Barnes who gave the Valedictory Address, ' Beverly Barnes; back row:  Francis   MacKenzie,   Dick   Scott,  Craig Chamberlin and Alan Gould.  * ^ - -  *���     *   - - - -  Man"to .wife in hospital: "'You"got' a  get well 'card from every department  store in town."  Successlul students .  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL. SECHELT, B.C.  Sundoy School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 ��.m.  PHONE- 885-9665  Ail Welcome  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S..CASSELLS  Davis Bay Rood and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  w$  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  "8:00 a.m. Every'Sunday  ���  9:30 a.m. Church School  31:00 a.m. 2ni 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. Ist4ind 3rd Sundays  SAINT MARY'S���-GARDEN;BAY*   ���  , ,.,.���! !;7JQ>.^-3,^:p*xl3-^  Redrooffs-^3 p.rn., 2nd,,4thSundays  Egmont-���3 p^m. 1st and 3rd Sundoys  carry out  ' THEIR 'high school days already fading  . slightly into the past, thirty-five of El-  phinstone's forty-three graduates returned  briefly to school last Saturday for the  graduation exercises.  Competing with other students  throughout British Columbia five graduates made a good showing in the government examinations; Judy McKean, Candy  McPhedran and Francis MacKenzie each  won grants to cover half their university  tuition fees Craig Chamberlin and Beverly Barnes won grants covering one^third  of their fees. ���     ' ���    "^  Both attending. UBC, Beverly Barnes  aoad Craig Ghamberlin were awarded Secheit Teachers' Assn. scholarships.  ."; Jim Westell attending a two-year data  processing course ait Vancouver City College won the Sunshine Coast "Kiwanis  Scholarship.  Fcancis MacKenzie attending UBC won  the Canadian Forest Products scholarship.        '.  Brenda Weinhandl who is taking up  .nursing at St..Paul's was awarded Secheit  Hospital Auxiliary, 'bursary.-  7 Judy McKean, a student at University  of Victoria was awarded-the Order -of the  . Eastern Star7foursary. ...  ������. :Candy-McPhedran attending UBC won  the.International Order of Job's^Daughters  bursary. ,j -.  .Alan Gould, attending UBC and Dick  .SooH- attending ��� University-  of   Victoria  ;vl^h ..were.-'a'WOTded; Mount  Elphinstone  TROPHIES    Grade 12   |  Headlands Shield and pin for top schol-  CASH FOR CLEAN CARS AND TRUCKS  Leave ft on Consignment with us.  DON1 GI��E IT AWAY!  BONDED DEALER  ALL UNITS INSURED  GIBSONS, B.C.  PHONE 886-2237  .-���-v-v ^^>>*^'-'*!'**l^*X.-iM -.  ,M_��..-.i-��-n.r',  .-i-vv ���wsmmSV7'(!l$*Jlq  20% of oil breaking and entering cases  occur because people leave their doors  unlocked.  ���. ' '     *&  "   t-V       T^r  During winter, .humidifying the air, in  your home con save fuel costs. Pry air  draws moisture out of wood, shrinks window and door frames, and lets in cold  air just ot H a window were open.  ���   if-  ��� ��� tV- ���* -ft ��� - ������  .  Now there's "atomic wood/" a plastics-  imprvgnated irradiated Wood with properties of both plastics and wood, which  will replace wood-in many applications,  especially furniture.  ���3,7       -ft      .-ft  Mildew must be removed from anything '  to   be   painted.   An   ordinary   household  bleach or cleaner and a scrubbing brush  -will do the trick.  -.:.     .it       -ft .  Will   Rogers   said,   "Stranger*   ore   tho  friends I haven't met." Now, that's the  way we feel about you! Why not como in  ��� end shake hands with  Sept.  Sep.,  Sept.  ���-'*'-��� ^'".'iwmM7^Q?>\  ��w�����A*�����������*     **   Ik.Wi- ii.iiisi^_i^^rwi^i.,s��l.i��aiir*w  PETER SMITH  005-9-163  AT  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of com.no events Is a wsrvlce ot SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings', specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space Is limited and some advance dotes may  havo to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot alwpys carry full details.  gflffaggMirsMaaMMB  Sept. 17���1 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Scchclt. TOPS Meeting.  Sept. 17���7 p.m. ScOut Hall, Wilson Creek. Wilson Creek Cubs meeting.  Sept.  17���7;30 p.m. St. Hilda's A.C.W. Fall Dessert ond Coffee meeting, Speokcr, Mrs. Mary Murray.  18���1:30 p.m. Secheit Legion Hall, Senior Cltl/ens Awn, meeting.  18���8 p.m.  Elphinstone  Auditorium,  Meeting of parents to discuss High,School curriculum. ,  18���7 <j.m. Scout Hall, WffSbn Creek. Wilson Creek Scouls meet.  Sept, 20���?-8 p,m, St. Hilda's Hall. Fall Flower Show.  Sept.  21���9:30  a.m.   St,   Hilda'.  Church  School,   Family .Service  and  ��� Awards  Day.  Newcomers  welcome.  Sept, 22���St. Hilda's Hall. Registration night 1st Sechcl.  Cubs. Parents  rnuit attend.  Sept, 24���2;30-4.'3Q p.m, and 6:30-8:00 p.m, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. Blood Donor Clinic. For transportation call 885-9933.  Sept. 24���8 p.m, Roberts Creek Legion Hall. S.C. Arts Council mretinp.  ��� Sept, 28���from  10 am. Riding Club Arena, Sunnycrest Plata, Gibsons.  Timber Troil Gymkhana,  ASK FOR FRM CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Servico  Vancouver Real Estoto  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  f.  Secheit 835-2235  AGENCIES WD.  24 HOURS Gibsons 886-7015  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  V-,*"*-..  !  i  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  ft  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  Effective September 23 to December 31  Lv. HORSESHOE BAY Lv_ LANGDALE  7:65 a.m.  10:10  12:25 p.m.  2:40  4:55  7:10  9:45  For information phone:  6:45 a.m.  9:00  11:15  1:30 p.m,  3:45  6:00  8:30  ar during year���Judy McKean.  Coast News Shield and pin for aggregate points on non-academic���Nancy Le-  Warne.  Elphinstone Cup and pin for aggregate  points   on   academic   program ���  John  Barnes.  Grade 11  Bob Fretter Trophy and pin for non-  academic aggregate���Nancy Millier.  Dave Rees Trophy and pin for aggregate on academic program���Angela Willis.  Research essay, Helen Bezdeck trophy  and cash prize ��� Eileen MacKenzie and  X>orian Gregory.  Industrial Education Trophy and cup  ���"Darryl Page.  PRIZES  Top Scholar book prizes���Gr. 12 Sandra Haaison.; Gr. 11 Dorian Gregory.  French Consul Book prize���Candy McPhedran.  Gibsons and District Kinsmen book  prize for SS 11���Donna Nelson.  Doreen Stewart medal for senior .typist  ���Denise Quarry.  Women's Institute cookbook prize for  senior Home Ec,���Kathy Sallis.  Fabric House Award for Senior Home  Ec. Textiles���Judy Ayotte.  Lennox Co. Merit Awards for secretarial composition���Denise Quarry, Linda  Price.  SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS (School)  Honor Society certificates and���  *-"��� * 'Sandra Hanson^flash-; Judy McKean.  ���flash; Juanita Wray���flash; Elliott True-  man��� flash; Dorian Gregory ���2nd star;  Donna Nelson���2nd star; Dennis Macey���  flash; Mark Ruggles���2nd star.  CITIZENSHIP AWARDS (School)  Gr.   11:   Dorian Gregory ������ 2nd  star;  Karen Alsager���2nd star; Denise Quarry  ��� ���2nd star; Mark Ruggles���1st star; Nancy.  Millier���flash,; Carol Olson���flash; Angela  Willis���flash; Denise <Littlejphn���flash.  Gr. 12: Johh Barnes ��� crest; Elliott  Trueman���crest; Linda Price���flash; Fran  Volen���flash; Tina Bothwell���flash; Al  Gould���flash.  STUDENTS' COUNCIL  SERVICE AWARDS  (pins)  Pres.���Marilyn' Hopkins;  Vice-Pres,���  Barbara    MacLean;     Secretary ���  John  Barnes; Minister of Finance���Jim' Westell;  Clubs'  Treasurer���Kathy  Sallis; Minister  of 'Senior Social Affairs ��� Denise Quarry;  Minister of Junior Social Affairs ��� Ona  1 Burnett;, Government critic���Steven Lee;  iMinister of Activities, ��� Karen Alsager;  ���Minister of Athletics���Jill Cobleigh.  Ambient ambiguities make such effeo  tive palliatives.  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.R.  1, Secheit, B.C.  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts ot cuts, coiffs ond colour  Custom Perms  ���  Phone  886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Povis Boy  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry forborne and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin. Beach Ave.. Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  .     .;a: Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grand view Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales ond service.  Mari ne ways, Repoirs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  I             in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons  886-2322  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p_m.        Res. 886-9949   READYrMIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview _ phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS!  HOME - COMMERCIAL  ���     RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Secheit, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoc and Truck Rentals  Fill for sale  Phone 883-2274  Box 89, Madeira Park, B.C.  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  McCullough Chain Saws  Sales, Service, Repairs  SOLN.K SERVICE STATION  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-9662  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Free Estimates  Phone 88S-2375 after 5 p.m.  Box S93# Sechelf, 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 payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���-Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2818 ~~  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  1        Open* in the Richter Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ���- TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  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 Hie Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ,       & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  BOB LEE  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  '    MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phone 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Highway,   >     .  Roberts Creek, B.C.  TREES - SHRUBS - PLA.NTS  LANDSCAPING  Phone 886-2684  TASELLA SHOPPE  Lodies' - Men's - Children's Wear  'Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Secheit, B.C.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Scchclt to Pender HaHbouf  Phone 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B.C.  L. CLAYTON  WELDING & MARINE  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Machine Shop . Steel fabricating  Complete lino of nuts, and bolts  MARINE WAYS  At.k for Lorry  Phone 883-2535 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  B.C.  Land Surveyors  ���  Marine  Building - Porpoise Bay  Sephelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEhlth 6430  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'fRVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  C&S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phone 885-9713  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering- Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa TowJna  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.        '  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  . ,��--.Giyi_..;.Us-''A::'CaHf y''-:7Y ...*^''' Y-  \     FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing -  Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATE5  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headquarters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currio - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT ^PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  Gcncrot  Freight.  Low-bed ond  heavy  hauling,  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marine Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all makes  Tel: 886-7411 or 886-2891  SECHELT  GARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and potio needs.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  iiy  "5) [o) fcio"  Commercial Printing  mes  i.   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The Fall Bat show,  which set an entirely new and revolutionary trend in hat styles, started the whole-  evening off on a xnote of spontaneous  gaiety. ���  Certainly one of the most ingenious  creations was a lampshade model trimmed with Christmas tree lights which actually lit up as the model, Mrs. Ed, Cook  paraded around the hall.  Other attractive creations were a Bath  Mat Model shown by Mrs. V. Sallis, a  Strainer Model, Mrs. B. McCrady and. a  Cleaner Model with a most becoming  flowered LUX hat shown by Mrs. E-  Pearce.. Mrs. Fritz Leuchte wore the Par-  MocGREGOR PACIFIC  APPOINTMENT  *      F  I  *  *  '     1  4*  I >  _*���  /  JACK WARN  Andrew  MocGregor,   President i of  Mac-  Gregor   PacH'c  Realty  Ltd.,   is pleased  to���;  qnnounce   the ' appointment  of   Mr.: Jack  Worn to his growing staff of Coast, Island,  and Waterfront Specialists.  Mr. Worn hos been a resident of the  Sunshine Coast for 31 years with the; last  A years in Real Estate.  ; Mr. Warn is and has been very active  In community affairs. Mr. Warn is tha;  founder and president of the Sunshine Coast  Skate Club ond has been an officer of the  Sunshine Coast Credit Union for 12 years.  He is completely familiar with land and  property yalues and* invites bis friends and  associates to contact him at 6138-350) or at  his residence 886-2681 in Gibsons.  ���by Maty Tinkley  ty Gal Model which fully equipped her  for any party at -the shortest notice and  Mrs.*Loren Shaw'looked lovely,as Miss;  Pie-Face from'Pastry Place. Mrs. 3". Allen"  was in,her element modelling the-.Garden  Hat and Mrs. Guy Clear-wore a most cter-,  ing creation as i'Miss Baby-Blue eyes  from Beddy Byes." Mrs. M. Tinkley wore  the GIRDLE model and the commentator  was Mrs. Wm. Fraser,  There was community singing with-Ed  Cook at the piano, country dancing and  games. A lively game of 3*3 Questions  kept the members on their toes, witli  characters to be gufssed ranging from  Mayor Bill Swain of Secheit to Little Orphan Annie.  President Keith Comyn reported to  the members that repairs had been carried out to the heater and to the washrooms following damage from the winter's cold. The next- social eyening will be  on October 11 and will have a Harvest  Home theme.  PABTY  There was a party at the Rat Murphy  home for the younger folk last Saturday,  organized by the Halfmoon Bay recreation Commission. The small fry, played  games on the lawn, followed by a singsong and refreshments. From 9 a.m- there  was a most successful dance for the teenagers.  GHEAT1 HONOR  Two very proud sisters in the area are  Mrs. Fritz Leuchte of Welcome Beach and  Dr. Gertrud Zetlin of Middle Point who  have just, receiyed word that another sister, Dr. Luise Bardenhewer of Duessel-:  dorf, Germany, has been honoured; by Her  Majesty the Queen wi.h the Order of the  British Empire.  Dr. Bardenhewer, who has distinguished herself in the field of education and  English-German cultural relations, visited the Leuchte's at their Welcome Beach  home a few years ago.  HERE AND THERE  Bob Wilkinson; convalescent following  surgery, was cheered by a visit from his"  daughter Eilleen WemysS and his grandchildren Carey and Nancy, of North Vancouver,  Also convalescing are Mrs. Mary Harvey and Mr. Bert Moore, both recently  returned from ,St. Paul's Hospital.  Nicky Van Egmond was hospitalized at  St. Mary's with a bad head cut after at  fall from a bicycle, v'-    I  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stephenson, with  Suzanne and Sean, have returned to Mer-           _ . .^reparation  Teacher Aide at Seehelt Elementary  School, Miss Darleae Joe intends  making teaching her career. Helping with children's reading is one of  her duties and .students Donna Rath-  burn, Debbie -West, Angelina Dan  and Sherry Summerfield like the extra attention ��� which teacher aides  provide. * /  ry Island after a holiday in the Okanagan.  They stayed at Kamloops and Kelowna,  . and at  Haney  they   attended  a  family  wedding whex^e Suzanne was flower girl  Guests of the Connors at Welcome  Beach have been Cliff's sister and brother  in-law, Pete and Kay Stem of West Hawk  Lake, Manitoba, -with their children,  Kathy and Kim:  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Camposano and their  five children, who have been staying in  one of the Henderson cottages, have left  the Bay to make their home at Hopkins  Landing. Mr. Camposano is working at  Port Mellon.  Mrs. Grace Hasz of Vancouver was  the guest fest weekend of her daughter,  Millie Leyland.  Visiting. Mrs. Don Henderson are her  parents, Mr. and-Mrs. John Kornsee of  Penticton.  Home after a visit to Courtenay are  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clear.  Guests of Mr. Oliver Petit are his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Marcel Petit, of Memtti:.with their" son.  Charles.  ':. C_ �����'--*'-," '^**.' 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And plenty  of performance.      -   ���  All these Buicks simply drip  with -luxury/Carpeting front and rear.  Rich, lush fabrics and vinyls. Instrument  panels a spaceship would be pro.ud of.  Altogether lots of features to  G-riCrit im. 4tawi-t�� (3��ciib��il>i�� optional -Ux-a coo.  MARK OF  fXCELLENCe  excite you.  Perhaps though, you'd prefer one  of the full-size Buicks, typified by the  superb new Electra 225 shown above.  Jt has an improved three-speed  automatic transmission. A new cooling  system that should never overheat.  A new radio antenna hidden in the  windshield. A new., more powerful engine.  Here's the same kind of  traditional Buick'quality you'll find  in a1U970 Buicks. In Wildcat.  Le Sabre. Riviera.  It's this quality that's made the  Buicxk name mean so much. We want  to be something you can believe io,  And -we hope we always will be.  BuickB7Q  Something to believe in  -See your local authorized Buick dealer-  Sechefr-  !��BtJl��iSULA MOTOR PH0Mie?S. 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The beautifully  decorated stage was the work of grade 12  students under the supervision of Mrs.  Bea Rankin and -the exquisite bouquets of  flowers were grown by Mrs. Wyngaert  and Mrs. Stroshein.  This year's graduates are;  Randy Akeson, Beverly Barnes, John  Barnes, Gary Billingsley, Craig Chamberlin, Leonard Clarke, Michael Clement,  Jill Cobleigh, Sandra Davidson, Richard  Deaton, Allan Gould, Sandra Hanson, Margaret Himmel, Marilyn Hopkins, Fred Inglis, Marnie Jepson, Garry Lawson, Nancy  LeWarne, Gordon Mcllrath, Judith McKean, Donald MacKenzie, Francis MacKenzie, Linda McKmnell, Barbara Mac-  Lean, Candace McPhedron, Bruce Marshall, Carol Newman, Rita Ono, Darryl  Page, Sandra Parsons, Linda Price, Jacqueline Rice, Kathleen Sallis, Eichard  Scott, Uenda Stroshein, Trudy Swanson,  Susan Thorald, Frances Volen, Brenda  Weinhandl, Audrey Waterhouse, James  Westell, Gerald Wood, Juaiuta Wray.  vntm1*1  Pcge A-6 The Peninsula Times   Wednesday/ September 17, 1969  jn    1     .   11 1 im   I     I    '    ' '*  ""   Golf and Country Club  19& hole soon ready  ONLY THIRTEEN memberships remain-  * sed "Available at last count by directors  pf the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club who plan on a target figure of 300.  The big push is now on in order to reach  that mark.  Following an informal meeting held  last July m the partly finished' elub house,  at which ways and means toy which  morfey might be raised to complete the  building were discussed, total pledges to  date .amount to $3,000 and a great deal of  work has since been carried out.   Com  pletion is expected to take about six  more weeks at which time the 19th hole  should be fully operational.  Even the golf course is not free *pf lit-  terbugs and reports have been received of  cans, bottles, etc., simply left lying around  fairways.  . Twilight games proved yery popular  but have been abandoned until next spring  due to the dark evenings setting in.  All club members are urged at -this  time to make their reservations for the  upcoming Sea Food Smorgasbord to be  held September 27. This should prove a  night to remember.  Next Annual General Meeting of the  Club will be September 29 at 8 p.m. in  the Club House.  WW  -Sir*  ate  w/r#ryx^/rrxjr/r^^^  NOTICE - Pimm mmm reside.it  I HAVE 15 HARD WQgtfCiNG YOTOG Mm (SCHOOL  STUDENTS) HO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO BIO. THESE  YOUNG mm ARE COVERED BY INSURANCE.  THIS IS A NON-PROFIT PLACEMENT SERVICE.  If your yard needs cleaning up; Driveway needs repairs; Brush cleaning;  Painting etc. Let's keep these students in pocket money.  Phone Kelly ot- 883-2502 anytime. Please state nature of work required  \ in order that we might place the right man.  )7/r////y////////^^^^^  i  1  o  4.W.  TRUE  F  THE  -BLUE  NDLY  BEER  ACROSS CANADA  ���      BEER AT ITS MS*  This ndvorlncmonl ii not piililulwl m ili_play_il. y Ihe Liquui Unlinl flo.nri m by Ilic Gavainnwil ol liiltuh Cnhmilii*  B.C. Telephone employees both local and  from North Vancouver, held a surprise retirement party for Miss Lottie  Kennedy at the Peninsula Hotel Dining  Room, last Friday evening.  Miss Kennedy has been with the telephone company for fifteen years, and previously was employed by the Dominion  Government Telegraph, acting as Government agent in Secheit for many years.  Before transferring to B.C. Telephone,  Miss Kennedy worked with Canadian national Telegraph service in Secheit iraa  year before the service was diseohtinuld.  Before her retirement, July 30, it was  ���Miss Kennedy's voice customers heard  when they dialled 114 or. 136. 77  Guests at the party included about fifteen operators who had worked with Mass  Kennedy over the years. Chosen to make  ..the presentations were Mr, Frank Wheeler and Mrs. Margaret Burley who also  worked for Dominion Government Telephone and Telegraph. .....;-,..... .,7,;  Supervisor of customer service Mr.  Bert Abram of North Vancouver paid tribute to Miss Kennedy's faithful service to  the company and together with those  present wished her every happiness in  her retirement on tha Sunshine Coast.  Pender Harbour group  undertakes new pledge  PENDER Harbour Missionary Group  commences a new season of work on  September 24 when the first meeting will.  be held. This year the group has pledged  support money for Miss Gwen Pym of  White Rock,.B��C.,.wjh.o4��ay��s ,soo*-ytolr&u>  dy French in Switzerland'iri preparation  for. her teaching. position on the Mission  field in the Congo, Africa.   :  The group wishes to thank the many  friends, some anonymous, who have faithfully donated and wishes them to know  that their sincere interest encourages and  lightens the tasks performed by members of the Missionary group. Besides  sewing, mending, washing and ironing,  members make quilts, send Christian literature to Missionary outposts and collect  used stamps and used Christmas cards.  During 1969 they donated to the Salvation Army; sent baby,clothes to Unwed  Mothers Maternity Home; supplied needs  for the work of a Home Missionary family at Fort Nelsoh, B.C. sent numerous  clothing parcels to the Arctic Mission at  .Chelanko FprkvS, B.C. for distribution a-  mongst native Indians.  Also remembered the group's adoptee  yi the Crippled Children's Hospital, Victoria. Children at St, Mary's Hospital enjoy the scrapbooks and soft toys donated  through thi* year. Primary work is making quills and Missionary workers like  tho frie-ndshio quilts made with favourite  scripture verses inscribed by each member of tho group.  To those who supported this work, the  Ponder Harbour Missionary " Group extends heartfelt  thanks.  IT  Si  TT  JI  awm^  A.  P/flETflU  JV.  (sw:  WALT NYGREH I  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in  GIBSONS  On the Wharf . 886-9303  Quality   Hout.e  and  Marine [  Paint.  Super Kcm Tone  ond  Shcrwln WHIiam.  Petiirasula Plumbing Ltd.  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When you load the bru'..h, do not drag the briMlo:. qcrot'.'. the rim of the  can to remove ex.ee.*- vaml.h, This, caui.e*. liny air bubbles, to form under  tbe tips, ol the brlMle:.; Ini.te'ad, tap tbe brlvtlt*:. lightly ogoiriM 1.ie Inuldo  ol  the contuirifr ju-..l  above the i.uilace oi be vuntl.h.  D. Q. DOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  Dealer to*-  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Better - Longer  Sunnycrcst Shopping Centra  886-2615  ���ULF  Building Supplies  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  In  SECHELT - 885-2283  Tien Creel Lumber & Building Sippf  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DIALER  Monamcl ond Breeze Paints  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NEAR GIBSONS  nmnmm*mmmimmm\M  886-2800  mmnmmmmm **$mmw��mmmm  PaiHter's  Ltd.  ���Your Dealer for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  SECHELT.. 885-2171  Retirement  Honored on her retirement from B.C.  Telephone Company, Miss L-ottie  Kennedy was guest of honor at a dinner party held last Friday. Pictured  from left are Mrs. Margaret Burley  and Mr. Frank Wheeler who made  presentations; Miss Kennedy and  Supervisor of Customer Service, Mr,  Bert Abram.  Hi  1  I  ��^gHsia^^  iimimmimmwm  OB  Leave It on Consignment with us.  ALL UNITS INSURED  *5.f  I  1*.  i.v,  _t  ojsnnsi  \ ' " "/  1.-1  -:**>;  ���*H  Get all the advantages of indoor automatic clothes drying, plus  something for nothing, a $21.98 value ejectric blanket-  It's free when you buy your automatic clothes dryer. But hurry,  your chance to get a cover at no charge closes 15 October 1969.  *! I IIS 011U. IS HOOD ON IHl. IOLLOWING Cl.011 ll.S DHYbR  BRANDS ONLY:TRIG.DA.RE. KLNWORE (CATAt.OGUI. SAILS  ONLY). LEONARD (VANCOUVE.R & VIC10RIA ONLY), MAYTAG,  R.C.A., SIMPLICITY, SPEED QUEEN, THOR AND ZENITH.  D.C. HYDRO  PE^i^SIILA PLGI  Sunshine Const Highway ��  MBI^Q Ltd.  rhone 006-9533  SIM  ELECTIliC LTD.  Secheit, B.C. - Phone 085-2062  HOURLLiAJID  ELECTRIC  Secheit, B.C. . 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Wednesday, September 17, 1969
Poges 1-6
Af Madeira Park . * .-,
Pehdez: Harbour Auxiliary
reports membership growth
Welcome Assistance
Employed by the Department of Indian Affairs, Teacher Aides are already doing a tremendous job at Secheit Elementary \School. Vice-Principal Mr. V. Wishlove has worked
With teacher aides at Kitimat and a
very successful program has been
established in Secheit. Pictured from
left are: Miss Darlene Joe, Miss Iin-
da Joe, Mr. Wishlove, Mr, Walter
John and Mr. Tommy Paul.
Secheit Notes
SECHELT Hospital Auxiliary Bridge Club
—will- start (the -seasoji with a hridge
party, to be held at St. Hilda's Church
Hall, Friday evening, September- 26, - ?
pm. Everyone welcome, bring a partner
and enjoy an evening of bridge. Admittance 50c per person for donation to the
Hospital Auxiliary. For further information 'phone Miss Chris Ward, 885-2329
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stenton of Sidney, Vancouver Island, visited Mr. and
Mrs, Gordon Potts for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parker have returned from Aruba, Netherlands Antilles.
They had an enjoyable flight but found
the weather very warm.
Mrs. Leo Johnson is spending a day
Jn Victoria attending the National Convention' of tlie Catholic Women's League.
The Sam MacKenzies with Marilyn and
Mr. and Mrs. Cec Gordon visited Jack and
Edna Fisher at Vananda.
Ladies Auxiliary to Branch 140, Jtoyal
Canadian Legion held its first meeting of
the fall season on Sept. 8 and began planning the year's activities. The first public affair will be a tea and bazaar on October 7L8." Hospital visiting, which has
been a long-time project of the L.A., ^JH-
be accelerated now the holidays are over.
Highlight of the meeting was the presenilation pf past secretary's pin to Dianne
Anderson which was graciously acknowledged. The Past President pin will be
piesented at a later date.
2-8 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPTgMEIi. 20fh
| * Refreshments    * Plant and Bulb Sale
% * Door Prize    * Raffle
I    ADULTS 50c v   CHILDREN 25c
MOBILITY with the white cane is part of
' the training of The Canadian National
Institute for the Blind. The blind person
must learn to distinguish the sidewalk, the
curb, grass, snow, open manholes and obstacles on the street. He must keep his
mind on .footsteps, traffic, unidentified
daggers and reach his destination on time.
Leave it on Consignment with
REGULAR meeting of the Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital
was held in Madeira ParkvLegion.Hall on
September 10, Mrs. G. Gooldrup, vice
president in the chair.
Mrs. -Qooldrup welcomed, all the members and two new members, Mrs. Pound
and Mrs, McQuitty. 1
Fishing Derby report showed it to be
very successful and Mrs, G. Gooldrup, expressed Ther thanks to everyone who
worked so hard to make it so.
The revised by-laws are printed and £
letter of thanks is to go to Mr, Wagemak-
ers for having provided them for the Aux- '
Mr. J. Donnelly asked for volunteers
to help at the'"-Thrift Shop October 4.
, Volunteer workers report from ine
hospital showed 7 hours 20 mins. volun-'
teer work and 24 patients shopped for
during the summer. Physiotherapy volunteer help showed 10 hours to July, after
chelt mm
Fridoy,  Saturday,  Monday^
September 19, 20 and 22
Where's Jack?
Tommy Steele,
Stanley Baker
Technicolor - Cartoon
Out 10 p.m.
Cat Baliou
Born Free
which they were no longer required.
Mrs. Course reported sending flowers
to a member who was ill.. For the benefit of new membierS, she ^explained that
the silver collection at the tea after the
meeting was the source of the Sunshine
Fund, used for such purposes.
Mrs. G. Lee thanked members for flowers sent during her illness,
■--.. Mrs. L. Alexander, in charge of tiie
Blessing jars explained that they combined with the Sunshine Fund for similar purposes,'
\ ' Mrs, G. Wolpert reported very good
newspaper .coverage for all Hospital Auxiliary events.
Message from the President of BCHA
w;as read with regards to thVconyention*.
Mr§. G, Gooldrwp will be voting-delegate.
The resolution to be submitted was read
ahd all voted in favour.
Plans were -then made for the coming
Fall Carnival to be held Saturday, Oct.
25 from 7 p.m. to. It p.m. at the Cpm- '
munity  Hall, Madeira Park.   Conveners
were chosen for the different events,
Mrs. L. Alexander, asked for: dona-.
tions for the novelty table- ,1". 'was feco-
imepded ■*&a*yb«re;.tySl'^^^
onlhe,novelty s^i-%urn^'ri^ov»rao^i '.
Donations were also asked from the members for the mystery parcel,, bake sale
and grocery hamper. Raffle prizes will
be: Mustang Flotation Jacket- Set of
dishes; T.V, cushion. '    '
Meeting   was   then   adjourned;   next
, meeting to be held October 8 in Madeira
Park Legion ''Hall at 2 p.m.
Arts Council slates
general meet Sept. 24
.GENERAL meeting of the Sunshine Coast
Ails Council, will be held at the Le-
l$on Hall, Lower Robex*ts Road, on Wed.,
Sept. 24, 1969 at 8 p.m.
■ At this meeting the picture "Sky and
' Lonely Sea" by the late Mr. Alex Znotin,
will be presented to rthe Village of Gibsons.
All members uud till those who donated toward the purchase of the picture ure invited to attend. \
My, F. Gibson will be showing slides .
of the Arctic, jnainly the Med ure Strait
and Melville Sound area. This is the area
where the U.S. tanker "Manhattan" is
presently making its historic journey.
Come and see theso interesting slide*-*.
Refreshments  will be.servud.
  i.   ..
Inor&zrio provide a more COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE
ws fsrlll be open Tuesday through Saturday.
Effective September 22 we will be CLOSED ftffONDAYS.
We hope this will not inconvenience any of our customers.
Mr* Lenny Fox reluctantly announces !haf due to
personal reasons he has closed his business known
as L & J Jewellers, in Secheit He takes this opportunity to express sincere thanks to customers and
friends for their past support. Any watches still out
for repair may be collected at Campbell's Variety
Store, Secheit.
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killings. \
Thorefis f»o cjwslion wo could mako t*
Wo could cut our number of Inspectors
from 8,000 Jo 4,000.
And got rid of the WO Inspectors wo
employ to inspect t,ha Inspectors.
Wo could cut tho amount of paint wo
%*«« MtpwI^nMI tAm Im l|» *W Om<m. f.O.**' W«l l*»fl of «*)•_
uso In half, (f-rom 12 pounds to 6.\
Wo'd definitely stop re]octlng 30% of
tho Volkswagens wo turn out every day.
And probably wo'd drop tho standards
*wo set lor our suppliers down to <** normal
human lovol.
in fact, If wo roolly went tho wholo
routo, wo could possibly turn out a smafl
car not much different than anybody olso's
small car.
And tho thought has crossed our minds.
But somowhoro along Iho lino it
was rejectod.
For being Imperfect.
There aro over 280 VW d*«<it«,rs across Canada. Tho ono noaros. yo»J U tn tlio Y-oItow Pages.
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CJBS apparently    f|  pulled out because the product ion -of 'Lear *  which was photographed in Jutland (Den-  mir.*-), went oyer its budget  ' Wheli ftSC pirector' Peter Hall asked  for additional CSS backing, which -wouLpl    ��  have bought the iost up "to about $1 mil-  lion, the network refused to,contribute.  But a CBS spokesman says A'we still  have 'a eontinuing^arrarrijgemenit -with the  Royal Shakespeare Company,"  *  C  leave it on Consignment with us.  m  *i**;  ��*J_  _*��  ^ Chokerman Charlie tells ns there's a    ]||  -* } female in camp 'with a tongue so long she  can seal1 an envelope after she puts it in  the mailbox.   ' , jg  ALU UNITS INSURED  fa  GIBSONS. B.C.  PHONE 886-2237  m^^^mmMm^^mmmm^^mm^^m  1   ".,*.-.      '��� Nursery School .    ,. r .*  Aged from three to four years old,    and Barbate'Joe, wbo have just com- the little folk artful! of enthusiasm  Nursery School youngsters get *ae- * pleted;a>-couzse at UBC. Classes are arid eagef to play Twitfa educalioftal  quainted With tiieir teachers,- Doima *-heldvin the1* Sechfelt Native Hall and *tpys." Y * .'       '^      '"       '   i"  ���f-.  ���*_ -  ���L '  > ���;  '*>-.  f  "S  //.  x>v-  . I  /    ���  //*  ?��aM3ss8S����s��sis's��ssaii^^  F-+.        >       ^  ���  Fv  !F'  El  'p  .,���5   *       X'',    o"^*-  '4.; ,-* W*' -;'4  ^ -  '^'   ����.*-...*.  S^*&<S    -  f5 ^���*',*>-!s  ,'->  .    .       *      > ^ i  ���*-/'-;���; **   -. v       ., '   '      I. >  ^ I   ^       Sf '*   **���   *",*>*���    jf_?*I' v"'-i*'  --*   ^-.47*   '^*f*. ,v'*  *f;    -���^���^A>  _-_^_.**J_ .>-'        _-���-   ^^/"   *  i '   *  ,***-    wa;  1v/| -r-<4'   7  s '*^S  .1. - ^... -* '.-  ^**-v  . -����1  EV%w! Add-on  versatility!  Working Together  Secheit   Nursery 'School - teachers/   Elementary. School during 'registry-  Mrs. Donna Joe 'and "Miss Barbara   tion of students which took place last  Joe, check "-a^few* technical'details    week.        .. _  witji PrincipaL Sam Eeid of Secheit  Saw today...  Spray tomorrow!  j. -   '**--- -v.nt?.,.    V.s*- y/.' *  s*��"   ">'!*&  .If*...     �� * . _    -. , *-Vr  F^   �� JS.  I * \ i.+ t\* 'I  AT THE  Social S:30 P-m.  Banquet 7:3�� p.m.  A- ;v^*y  __** ^ >l ���*������_?  ��m&>**i7  chain saw:.  The new, lightweight Holiday  chain saw-easier, taster, safer:  Now add a Power Take-Off  Stand to pump water, spray  paint or Insecticides, winch,  you name it! For these Jobs anrf  more-buy a Holiday from:  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  Registration  Little Juanita Paul takes an undecided look around while her mother Mrs.  Louisa Paul completes registration  details \wjMj teacher Miss Barbara  Joe dtirlnlg 'la'st Monday's Nursery  School re^s-tratton:  Hunters and fishermen���Never start a  fire unless youWve to.' Choose your spot |]  carefully. Never smoke when, on the move.  Use a ���lighter"instead of Wooden or Wr  matches. Nevei. leave a fire unattended.  Be sure your1,fire''is out���dead out.  .  Variety by the Great  "?ftAVIlLii*!G PEOPLE''  ALSO LATE f^JIGHT DAftgCIl-IG  TO FOLLOW ....  TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE  Times Office - Campbell's Variety  Hydro Office - Gilmore's Variety  HUSH - UUSh - RUSH  ���**w*��^3��$^  *��^s#����asg$��$.*^^^  f  rrMBWBBa^ffiaMggm^^  iilafi^ri^fFfiWfW^'^*8  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  MUNICIPAL VOURS' LIST - 1969-1970  QUALIFICATIONS  i    The names of regltiered owners will aulomatlcolly be ��� placed on tho ll-it of  votera.. This should be checked when tht* preliminary list Is posted .on October 20,  1969, prior lo the Court of Revision held November 1.  1969,  Qualified persons. OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNERS, may have, their names  entered on the list provided they have the qualificatloni shown below. A DECLARATION to this effect must be .lied with the Municipal Clerk, on a form provided,  within one week of bring made, of the Municipal Office, South Fletcher Rood,  Gibsons, B.C  THE LIST OF VOTERS WILL CLOSE AT 5 p.m. TUESDAY; SEPTlMflR 30, 1969.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR PERSONS OTHER THAN RE^ISTERf.p ro0i,EBTY !W!*,?R?:  RESIDENT ELECTOR���A Canadian cltiren or other British subject of the full ope  cf 21 years, who has resided continuously In the Vlllape of Gibsons, as now  extended, for si a (6) months prior to the ��;ubmls*_lon o** t|.c prescribed Declara  Hon.  TENANT ELECTOR���A Canadian clti-en or other British subject of tho full oqo  of 21 years, who has been a tenant in occupation continuously of reat property  In Ihe Villooe of Gibsons, as now extended, for not less than ".'.Ix (6) months  Immediately prior *to the nubmtnftlon of th* piescrilKrd (Declaration. Thoso  eligible aro occupants of rented premises, who do not reside in the VlllaQO ot  Gibsc��.v.  CORPORATIONS ��� The name of a corporation I* not automatically placed on the  list of electors, Corporations owning property or qualifying os Tenant-electors,  are required to file with the Municipal Clerk written -authorization narnlna  some person of the lull age of 21 years, Cbhocfian Or flrifTsf. subject; Ot Its  voting oaent. Such otfthoriration must be fil��d not lotw than 5 p.m.. September  30, 1969, Thl* will remain In rffect until it Is revoked or replaced by tho  Corporal Ion,'  Tlie foregoing applies to the Villape of Gibsons Municipal List of Electors only,  for use at the Municipal elections In December, 1969. If further Information Is  required telephone the Municipal Offlr.o. 886-2!i43.  ;',,;:��1YG001>S"  C&*aBL83RBTO 4 8E^FACTS'  "���'���^ '���'���'.'  '''.WEAR ���'.���'"'  LAOl��S' SFORTSWEAR  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gi!��sons, B C,  Aug.i*.t 28, 1969.  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  "SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPUIAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coatf  GPU BUILDING l  SU PPUES  005-2203 - Scchclt, B.C.  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  $s^3^j��m  mm Mm.  t        4  Furnishings and  VISIT OUR. LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AMD USED FURNITURE  Appliances - TV. - Radio  Phone 885-2058 - Scchclt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  ���,"!.�� , t'     >    .1   '        t , '       'V      .  ot  ON HIGHWAY 101 ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  ���";��� Plfmt 885-2311  PEVE^S TELEVISION  & RADIO  STEREO - Bl. W ond COLOR T.V  Fwfly Iqisippcd for Color T.V.  Dealers for  ZENITH 1 PHILIPS - RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phone 886-2200  GIBSONS, B.C.  HONEY CHINESE CHICKEN  Chines�� cooking Is one of the, most popular in the world ond from It we pet  many delightful dishes. This Honey Chinese Chicken follows their ancient custom of  marinating meat and poultry before cooking to lenderl/.e It and odd flavour. Tha  7c|-*icken will be dark and crisp from the sweet and sour honey, garlic and soya sauce  marinade. For variety, cook sparw.ibs, in the same sauce, To complete t(W Chinese  dinner serve fluffy rice and a green vegetable cooked until tender crisp.  Hpney adds a special sweetness to many marinades,  bringing  out  the flavour  ��{ th* other ingredients while adding a sweet tang of its own.  HONEY CHINESE CHICKEN  1 broiler fryer chicken  (2% to 3 tbs.) a .1 Into pieces  i  1/3 cup honey ,  1/3 cup soya sauco  3/4 cup hot water  7 lablespoon. salted oil  3 to**) cloves gorllc  ppmbine honey, soya ftouce, ho? wcrter, soiled oil and garlic. Urf Chjeker* pieces  eoak In marlnod*. onp to'twdi hburs in 9x|3" baking dish, turning piece* several timet.  Prwheot oven to 350^, Remove garlic from marinade. Bake uncovered one hour  sMn Bid** up. Caste with marinade several Jlmes, Serve vvifh fluffy rlc*. Pass extra  marinade. Serves 4.  'enlnsila Plimbtng  '���"'��� : Ltd.-''  HEATINICi & SUFPUES  Your Kemtone  Shervyin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where ^  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . y  UEUNE'S  FASHION SHOPPE  G'fbzons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  25*c A DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   duct;.'  work ond oil lank In your home.  Call   Bud   Kiewitz   your   Shell   Oil  Distributor       >  886-2133, Gib*om, B.C.  _____S____!  SS��!il��iSSS_IS-SSS3Sl  /I J     1    *    >' ,  ^F--   *   Wit.*.** ,.!_.<,���.     iW-^t,^ W.  <   *    % *     j    -* * * i  ( *** -^       ���*>���  ^^'*��^V^^^^A^^1^W^>>^ v  ^*mmi&��^^?m  */w\  _ _   iM_i _,����>*��_     __3t f."vV,    ).        ,* ,.  , '���'*f_f%\   t  -��� I* J    '       \  *- 1.  /���^"^  CASH FOR CLEM! CMS M. IfHJCiK  OH \��  Leave it on ConsSgnmenS with us*  DON'T. ��!��E IT AWAY!  Education Committee . ,            .         1U    ���    ,  ���-.,,,     .T   .         o .,     ,          x     ���_ e(-ted a member in the Acat"smy during  With the Nursery School now under- the solemn eeremomes of the Academy  ��     way, menibers Of the Secheit Indian Convocation    Presentation of credentials  Education  Committee   Mrs.   Sarah uas made by the officers on behalf of the  Paul Mrs. Sadie Johnson and Mr% i^J^V^J����Z  ^L5?* V?}*^ X? S6/ ^?J^Un ^ achievement in medical admimstra-  of their efforts.  Pictured with them tion  are Father Power, Chief Kemry Paull,    Mr. W. L. Reid and Mr. V. Wishlove, Did \you hear about the over anxious  all very interested in the success Of Cuban** He hijacked the bus on the way  fche school.                 - to the airport  The Peninsula Times  .    .   PogeB-3 -.  Wednesday; September 17, .190?  Hospital Administrate*  elected Academy member  AFFILIATES of the American Academy  of Medical Adminstrators irom each of  the United. States and Canada attended  the Annual Convocation held recently.  The Academy is an. international, professional society, some of the aims of  which are to encourage and foster a scientific approach to ,the practice of medical  adrmnstration; provide a means of mtei-  communication; promote, conduct, and  fostei education courses in this specialty,  establish and maintain a criterion of competency for those engaged m this profession, and to provide for recognition by  means   of   fellowships,  scholarships,  and    ��  j>���,,WWi,,Ji,j.jUtuli.,frW^^^^^  grants to those who aie doing jiotev.oztby    fc^-ag'-Jj^^  savice in this endeavor-  Anthony Wagemakers, adminstrator of  the St. Mary's Hospital, Secheit, was el-  M  ALL UNITS INSURED  GIBSONS, B.C.  PHONE 886-2237  MmiMmmmmmmp��m  a��K._��,��M��W����t��W������^  ^mi^^^^Mmmm^mmmm^mm^^mfx  .' s  V,  J%  ly;" ..,- /- y;.   .\\,4'\  '-���mliylb n-T-l--.iriFt.-i ilu* r- r* -     I -+n��il__H*.��i--   ���! ����������� ������*rt_>��     ���   mMUfmrnt^^ At &���������*���.**�� *n ��������**��� **y "��� ���! m*  ������_  Helping Hand v_  Seehelt Native Half was busy last 'semWing We "trucks is Mr. Henry  Monday when registration of Nursery Paull, Chief of the Seehelt Indian  School Children was held.  Busy as-   Band.  nt  imtBuMHw^nT1"  ,j.*~  J j-      *����� ���  �� *���    4,  W   ,S  ���><���  .>��� '  If      �� -               �� _" *  _ "j-1'      J _- "  1 > f ���*  . -r 4-* <. \ '  .* ,f    - _. >��* <"-   .   _  J!i*V   V     '     >���  ����%��� ���������"*��� <v.�� .  _ _   -* .��  -��      V      **  Ij: ���_.     *��K>        v**'      .���:�����"  X * "* *��� --* .  *WS'*'��*Jj-  *  **.*'.jt,"''      f,  *'  **?v ^C^"  9  ii-*  ������?V>)M  WWiWWli*i*��  ����������***  i  .    F-  SC".  ft  ��� ' 'Happiness   '.:    tmr - year - old Cheryl Joe has no   ful alphabet pricks and right now  douhts a'bout Nursery School and is    "H" is for ha$>pin^ss, sayis Cheryl,  alselt (to Warn wli��h aid of huge color- , . .    ,      .'������  EOR THOSE EXTRA  "   YARDS OF DISTANCE  '," ���     ' ' ' 4  Rarely do I strive for extr**i  distance to the point that 1  swing with .maximum effort-You  should strive to "swing within  yourself."  However, on rare occasions,  you may need to"letoutshaft.  Your opponent may be closing  you out and you need a sure  birdie. Or, for psychologicalfea-  $ons, you may want to nit��� it  past him off the tee after he s  made an especially long drive.  v >  The worst thing you can do  to add distance Is to swing  harder than normal. This merely destroys tho timing you need  to hit it far.  Instead, try swinging slower  than normal while making a fuller shoulder turn. Tho bigger  turn will add) the power, and  tho slower backswing will keep  ypu in balance and control.  Those who feel they want to  ��dd distance to their averago  drives can do ���� by practicing  the slower, fuller swing, whil��_  always avoiding my lateral  swaying of the upper body.  ft_ ft.   1W�� NAf*'. N��w��.  ij  ROY   TAYIOR -.Fro.  Sunshine Cocwst Golf & Country Club  Highway 101 ot Roberts Creek fhanm"'886-2029  PR. J. PAT PERRY wishes to announce that beginning September  -15 his office hours at Peninsula Animal Hospital, for the practices  ��f small animal medicine, will be between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00  o.m. For appontment call 886-7713 before 6:00 p.m.  r.  Phone 885-2058  Secheit, B.C.  !  u.  W_-��WMWU|K'WIWatW^^  WITH 2 YEARFRES FOOD PLAN INSURANCE.  JUST  -��� ,���   *  Certain itemsillustratedor describedanoptionalatextracost.  r " .        - .      *  y<nw��     "VW w**#  v^rir^\\K^mn"^Kv^fK Jii^V^s***- **    ^ ^5_*Jv'*���t'     *"  X i*        F*  ����� _l S ��. -��. -Ji* �����-        ' +  s  r ���  >  5 *  3-A_.0* ��*.)������  rf- .       F.       f   .  Our big one: Caprice  ��yr tough one: Clievdle SS 396  Tlie ScventJcs are on the ttiove at your Chevy dealer's    work for a living can swing.)  ���:���t_.  I Take in the new Caprice  light now.  So why not get over there for thc most moving experience  on wheels.  Move along and see the new Monte Carlo, Chevrolet's  Whole new field of one. m  (At last there's a personal luxury car even us guys who  Take in the new Caprice.  If ybu'Ve a big--car man, this one's right up your driveway.  Ancl dig the new Chcvelle SS 396.  You'llsec what makes thc lough one even tmtgher to reditu  Your Chevrolet -dealer has the lot. | ^  Putting you first, keeps us first.  On Tlie Move  SFE YOUf. LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHCVROUT DEALER  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  ph������: ttis-aiii  S��chelt# B.C.  ~Mm  i '���..-ffcK'-'y *>��= -v -��^i>''V'^*-*^��^-*y^^  ____���___ ___������*  The Pbnii^uta 7^#  "/ may for wrong, i. ut t shall not be so wrong  Douglas G, Wheeler, Editor ���  as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  Stewart B. Aiscaed, Publisher  Readers'  Presentation  Editor, TJxe Times,  - Sir; We wish,to  Right  ����Sndi>��Bs Im dire @ta*ata,  THERE was a time when the School  Board in accord with some other  Boards showed a far greater aptitude for  empire building than for study of actual  educational requirements. Such propensities, however, were finally drawn to a  halt by the taxpayer who failed to see  the necessity for $3,000 a year phone  costs and proposed elaborate constructional projects.  It was therefore not surprising when  the last referendum failed, not only here,  but jn some other communities also. The  public was, in effect, quite justifiably  registering a protest.  Sadly, however, such demonstrations  of protest invariably hurt someone along  the way and while in no way suggesting.  the public was wrong, it is unfortunate  that certain areas involved in that Referendum were in dire need.  To give due credit, changes have  been made by the Board and within the  Board, with the result that present emphasis is upon only-dire essentials. This  includes substantial school construction  in Secheit where for far too long, adequate facilities have had to take a back  seat. In fact, failure of the last Referendum hit the Secheit elementary school  harder than any other area and at this  time that school in appearance resembles  the lay-out of a three-ring circus with ,  its numerous mushroom type prefabs and  ugly iiiain buildings.  The situation is aggravated even  more with integration of the Indian  _youngsters into the school, and admirable though this innovation is, the intolerable burden under which teaching staff  have to operate has to be seen to be believed. Apart from staff discomfort, such  conditions are certainly not conducive to  learning motivation.  We all have to face up to an inevitable situation, that of existing growth  . and potential development which within  the next few years will have reached  , amazing proportion. Pender Harbour  has a wonderful future from the viewpoint of tourism. Gibsons is already  making great strides and as the approximate centre!, Secheit is now showing very  definite signs of coming into its own as  a desirable residential and shopping district.  Population has blossomed either side  of the village but with first class residen-1  tial subdivisions under development, latest reports indicate considerable interest  in purchase of lots within>ihe village. "  It therefore follows that as the school  district encompasses the entire Sunshine  Coast, any further short sighted parochialism will ultimately prove expensive to  extremes. Co^t of school construction tor  day is spiralling beyond all proportion,  at the same time, any such construction  carried out now will prove a sound investment within very few years.  For their part, the trustees, in seeking property for school development in  Secheit, rejected an outrageous amount  asked for a five-acre block in the village  and have now sufcceeded in obtaining  Crown property on the village border  for free from the provincial government.  This block is 12 acres, had trustees been  sufficiently gullible to have acquired the  privately, owned five acres it would have  cost the taxpayer $50,000.  The situation, then, is that already  shift classes are in existence at Elphinstone which means extra transportation  expenses. Despite heroic efforts by staff,  conditions at Secheit elementary are almost chaotic. Costs to the taxpayer at  the present time amount to $23,000 annually for rental of eight prefabs, six of  which are at Secheit elementary school.  The upcoming Referendum will be a  big one, in fact, on the surface, it might  even appear ludicrous. But all things  considered it is nowhere near as bad as  it might seem. Number one is thafit is  actually two Referenda in one. The Tpro-  posed school construction will eliminate  the $23,000 per annum rental of prefabs. It will also cut down to no small  extent on transportation to Gibsons from  Secheit, at the same time eliminate shift  classes at Elphinstone. From the point  of view of the Secheit area, the Tproposed  high school will offer greatly improved .  facilities for ^K^.bi-,1^ 7^oo^\.'psac^car���������.,  ]zxiyw. relation to nigfrt classes, etc.  It is a simple fact of life that these  facilities have to come. JWe are faced  with the choice.of approving them now  at a time when costs, although high, are  as low as they will ever be; or, turn them  down for another two or three years  when the situation will have deteriorated  drastically and will cost many nuflions of  dollars to remedy. We cannot sit complacently still and let the rest of the  world pass us by, we have to move with  it, and if possible keep ahead of it.  Finally, it must be bornein mind that  the amount failing upon local taxpayers  is a mere twenty-five percent of the actual amount involved. The Provincial  Government pays seventyvfivs percent  which still comes from the taxpayer but  is shared throughout the province. In  other words, the large and prosperous  areas shoulder a. substantial share of our  school costs.  We have no figures yet on hand as  to precisely what the proposed. Referendum will add to the general mill rate  but for what it will provide it would  prove rank folly to turn down.  express our thanks  through your paper, to all those who contributed toward the purchase of Mr. Alex  Znotin's picture, "Sky and Lonely Sea",  and to invite them to witness the presentation of same to \he Gibsons Council at  the next General Meeting of the Sun-  'shine Coast Arts Council  This meeting will be held at the Legion  Hall, Lower Roberts Creek Road, on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1969 at 8 p.m.  There will be entertainment and refreshments will served.  DORIS CROWSTON  Corres. Sec, Sunshine Coast Arts Coun.  Help others  Editor, The Times,  Sir���We are approaching the month of  October when we will again be thinking  of those who are not able to read and do  the many things they used to enjoy.  These are ithe people who are becoming, or have become partially or totally  blind for one reason or another.  As we send different -persons to call  on your homes on behalf of the members  of the Canadian Institute for the Blind,  may you receive them in the' spirit in  which they come to you���that of Giving  to Help others.  The Annual Canvass will be from October 1-11.  MRS. MARGARET LAMB,  Chairman for the canvass.  Appreciation  ��� Editor, The Times,  Sir;���On behalf of, the members of the  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club, I extend  sincere thanks f or ithe excellent news coverage given to our 4th Animal Pancake  Supper, held on August 23 last.  . We were most pleased wim the write-  ups given, both before and after this event,  Twhich we feel was an outstanding success.  Your   co-operation and   assistance  is  greatly appreciated.  J. R. HARVEY,  ���'���? 'Vice-President,  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club-  Good for the goose  Editor, The Times,  Sir���I am writing on behalf of myself  and everycitizen of this area. It seems  to me the frights of the individual are just  fading from the scene, due to the attitude  . "I don't -wish to become involved." This  is something which concerns me; someday  when there is no longer real freedom,  yes! even in Canada, we will care but by  then it -will probably be too late.  The problem facing me is that by putting in; a foundation for a mobile home  in accord with the planning committee  recommendations as written in the letter  from the Regional Board Secretary-'Itea-  . surer,-meahs first; a minimum of $200 for  the foundations, secondly a skirt, to be  addecL My trailer is on solid earth with  concrete blocks every nine or so feet.  After putting in the foundations as instructed they.will later have to be knock-'  ed.dowx_.i_i order to. move the trailer. ~  I was told it is a question of safety,  but this will,simply be a matter of a  precedent for all mobile homes on private  property and not in trailer parks.   Once  it is on the prescribed foundation it is no  longer a mobile home which means taxes.  I~ will gladly pay-taxes for my mobile  home but if this is all they require, revenue, then why must I add further expense?  At present I plan to be here ten months,  my children and I loye it here and think  the people are wonderful but, nevertheless, I cannot claim. to be a permanent  resident.  It seems to me that the hard working  gentlemen who comprise the Board are  the only ones who are unaware of what  takes place .among their employees. - If I  am wrong then I am witling to change  my attitude and thought patterns to correct my present impressions.  I am speaking of only one of my experiences with the District Building Inspector.  Our Glendale Trailer sat in the Fri-  gon's driveway for three weeks while  awaiting completion of a logging project  in order to provide a site. This was a  very temporary arrangement but Mr.-Reyburn saw fit to report to the Highways  Department that the trailer hitch was  protruding over the road allowance.  Now I ask, why is it that a man familiar with road allowances and the NBC  should grant a permit for a fellow employee in the Board office to construct a  building at Davis Bay only five feet from  the road allowance. It is my understanding that the Bylaw is no less than twenty-  five feet from the road allowance. Yet  this building appears to be perfectly acceptable to Mr, Reyburn. Perhaps having  no trailer hitch he has failed to notice it.  I ask, how did this man get a permit to  build a'permanent building here, or -was  a permit ever issued? Perhaps Mr- Reyburn didn't realize the Gooding property  was so close to the road.        ~Y"~  ���I am not against laws but it seems ito  me they are^supposed to have a quality of  fairness in their formation and a degree  of equality ha their administration. Or is  the law just for people'you don't work  with?  This district may lose a grade one  teacher through this but immediately after  my class preparation I'm working on my  signs for our one, two, three, Protest Sit-  Poge B-4       -   The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 17/ 19*59  In ��t the Regional District office <one  mother," two kids).  To protest or give up���that is Ihe ques-.  tion. ' i -  GLENDA DBANE.  900 readers in British Columbia and  the Yukon enjoy recorded and braille  books through The Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Because they are  sent by mail, the service is known as "the  library in the letter box."  h for aim cms im trucks  immsm  'It  0  n*  H  l*>'r5  __. is  Iff.  on  Leave it on Consignment with us.  BOUT ��IVI IT AWAY!  :CCS  ,<.'  ALL UNITS INSURED  m  i  Sr*"  _.%!  '���ft.  __?.  >R  '��  $  m  If  ���4k  GIBSONS, B.C.  Wmmmmmssm  flg&%g  PHONE 886-2237  -jj��b.wii'iaij'imjijuiu vjiiusw;J.>��",'�� Wl^l!MroaB**'hi-_l"_tW!l.. ��S&  ***_*���?$_�����  Aiitli��Flty aiifl itumiliAy  AUTOCRACY, relating generally, to guidelines for use according to local con-  government and the unlimited power ditions. A pompous inspector would, to  invested in one person or group, is a large extent, be correct in enforcing the  word looked upon with suspicion and code to the letter. At the same time,  repugnance in present day society and, a reasonable person with a rather more  in most cases, not without good cause,    intelligent and practical approach would,  when necessary and according to situations, adopt a realistic attitude.  What amounts to a ludicrous situation  came to light at last meeting of the  Regional Board when a new teacher to  the district desperate for housing acquires  an expensive mobile home as temporary living quarters at West Scchclt.  The Board does not yet Wave planning  as an official function but does have a  building code, the inspector therefore was  alleged to have instructed the lady  teacher, a widow with two children, that  she would have to go to the expense of a  complete concrete slab as a foundation,  similar to that of a house.  Wc understand the Inspector has  since denied this and suggests a misunderstanding, (However, a subsequent letter  to the lady, who has already obtained a  septic tank permit from the health  department, now informs her that she  needs only conform to the building code  as it applies'to'mobile homes. This too,  we understand, calls for a concrete foundation as with a house but not necch-  sarily a complete slab.  Why a temporary mobile home requires such an elaborate foundation when  it is equipped with wheds and can be  blocked up efficiently witii concrete  blocks which would be obscured by a  skirt, is difficult to understand. Jt could  of course be argued that a temporary  mobile home might easily become permanent. This is no logical argument for  such a situation would be covered in  terms of thc permit.  Wc would suggest thc Regional Board  and its building inspector abandon pom-  poMty regarding fear of netting precedents and consider cases on merit and  circumstances. It tvccms lo have reached  such a decision regarding paying moving  costs of new employees very ably.  Place a previous nobody in a position  of authority and his or her ego invariably  transcends all mortal trivialities. Far too  many such individuals become two-bit  dictators under the mistaken conception  they are now exalted rulers of the  proverbial "roost".  Those who fall or inveigle their way  I into public-office positions which carry  certain degrees of authority fit roughly  into three categories; those who seek  to serve both public and superiors with  responsibility tempered with understanding; those who adopt thc role "the great  I am" and those who,like to impress  colleagues with the fact they are some  kind of Santa Claus who bends over  backwards to help the public yet arc  arrogant dictators unobserved by superiors, in this latter category we can only  warn "beware of Greeks bearing gifts".  Somewhere along the line there is a comparison.  At the present time the Sunshine  Coast residents have become familiar  wilh certain situations arising from what  wc are Jed to believe involve violations  of thc building code. In some cases legal  action has been instituted by the Regional  Building inspector and certainly not  without good grounds, in most cases.  We do, alter all, have a building code  which quite rightly has to be adhered  lo, for it was not produced without con-  wdcrablc study by experts in the field o_l  planning and construction with a view to  the future.  What miiht not be ovcrhx)kcd, however, is thc fact that many items in Ihe  Canada   Building   Code   arc   basically  HOARD*.  SHION  Phone 886-9543  mm Aim  Buy Better  Save More  Phono 886-2424  PM(��  Todd's Drygoods  CliSBtirc.il and  infants Wear  .Ladies' Sports  Park Youtr Car And  Do All Your Shopping  In Comfort. And     '  Take Advantage Of  Our Monthly H>raw.  in  ��� *��  $ $ $  The PEmmvufJimeb  rubllUic.1 Wc*incj.<JUy�� at Scchdt  on JJ.C.'b {.un&hinc Coaat  by  ��S<xhrlt Peirinsula Times Ltd.  IIok } 10- Scchclt, J-.C.  Douglas G. IVheelrr, Editor  S. II. A hgard. Publisher  Sut's��erip'ioi- JUtcs: (in advance)  1 Year. 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A-fon  ^*-1    ^ ��  v   -fV  .?  -*V ,* ��*"*������  pr**���*- ^  ���>y^ >>V   * I** *X?'i* f Ji*^& + ^^*^A*y^rTf*<&*r_  y  ����� -  #  ���*�� ���  **��r  v-  ._   ^ <  r  . _  * . <-  ^  y^SltP'SW'  V  '_._.*'  Pender Guide Company  badly lacking leaders  }^^nos4ffy0$opkroker%7,%9^   The. ?*i?��i��5hM Tiroes fosej^  4l**.pr<��_    UilafW-_f t    Jf^_^JWV      i^^/r^FAvi.��!"��*!*  /*���**',  r  f  <ry"-  /  ���\  tv  /f  j;  J1'        ^^K  V  ���:x\  \  *,��� *  '.-"j  -jl y  j  ?���  -������  ...  y)  ���-���*  "1  At Elphinstone .  j  _.  SgPTEiyiBEfl 10 -meetiGf of the &*fee.$  '"La, *$q ftje 'Proivo&s *w-d G&&$T<syi&  held at #fe &����$ o jf M_%. -pfen^'B^rw?.^  Final plans w^re discussed 'for V J&dWtiie  carpp-out at Cainp Olave op4hel2th, 13$  and Hth-of'Septeo-bej'." Tour' Brov/nies  from ithe 1st -Secheit Pack &nd~'Yighi  Brownies from Wilson Creelc Pack'will  take part. '   '  It was announced that the book sale  held in July was very successful. "  *  The Pender Harbour Guide Company  .   has been -unable to begin activities this  September due to'^aekof leaders." It is  hoped that leaders will soon be ft>iind to-  ,   enable the Company 'to re*0pen? A'Pende-r-  >   Harbour   Brownie'  Company   lias "be^i  '   formed  under the leadeji-ship of 'Brown  '   Owl, Bey 3>uyalJ and Tawny Oft'l, Dolores  }   Kammerle." If has'also been learned' tliat  the Wilson Creek Brownie Pack" will "resume activities. The first meeting will be  held on" Thursday, September 25 at 3:80  pm. with Brown Owl, Norma Eider, taking over as leader, with assistance frojn  two  of the   mothers  of  Brownies.   All  mothers are requested to attend the first  meeting with their daughters,'  Leaders  are  still  desperately   needed  and anyone interested should contact any  member o�� the~L.A. or any o�� the leaders.  Slate of-officers-for"the 1969-70 year  i  9  ���*.-���-  . J<i j*". i   4i lA  INSTALLATION  of  food ~ vending  ma-   Mngs. *' **' "  chines at JElphiastone Secondary School There is a problem^with daie_^ind; as  was approved by school trustees at last _ muchyextra-curricular time is spent'on  ���f*r_rwiTI_''f>    ��v^^v^v4- .vi_.     n/f   ji!-��_-_    T_. _t_^��*_0 T*^i^in_^_J-��4_^>4 *_n.�� w. _._-. ___<LC _��_ T_t       Z ~       J.'Xf. n_ tTJ.     __.__.       !____.__-_       _.___��_* .n.iP4^_^Vl  ..  -/;, :.. Practical Demonsfrafion   - , ���  Partial eclipse of the sun last Thursday gave-school children-more incen- *s as follows:  tive Jo stjidy. the mystery of jthe uni- ��� Chairman��� Dorothy stockweU; vice-  verse.'and'kept tether'aides* busy Chairman-Charlotte Jack?0Jj; S^cretajy-  -seeingm^t children "did not h^rrn 5 ^" Eg?d= TreaT     ?S"  '*thf4r^v^s hv m-olon^ed ^artm? 'Us- man; Badge See.-Bianne Benner-, Pubuc  ����r-ey^oy prowngeasparwg. us Reiatwas���fogrid Underbill. -  mg heavily shaded -shield and- tele-,  scope Mr. falter John keeps wa^ch  CAW IDB SERVE YOU?  M. J. K. GOSDEN  One pf pur representatives  . will be at  Powell ftiver Inn,  Powell fUVer, B.C.  Thursdoy, September 25th  If you require a term loan for a p^w or  existing business, you are invited tq <Jis-  cuss your needs with njjj}, Afi'appolqt:  merit can be arranged by teiephpnina  Mr, <sos��Ien  495^281''or 112^81-7484  INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT Bm  TERM F-NAI-Clt-GrOBCANAblAB BUSINESSES  900 >^e** Hostings Stteet>  yoocouyer1,8.C,'y  *  I  ���ful eye^on students at'Sechelt-School.  Safety glasses that prevented eye injuries on the job are y\oyr being worn, by  more than 3,000 industrial employees in  The perfect graduation gift fqr' ah IS-   Canada.   They 'all  hold  awards   in" the  TS'^l^f t ^l^V**?��^n " ^^ 'B 1$ SH'^ ^ T&ff&i    year-old girl used to be a eo_m>aVlt still   W_se Owl Club of The Canadian National  ^eJhJ^JJl^^J^JT^..f.    l^If^^^f^J^l^jM^    iUbutnowithaslo'urwlieeli.   *   .    '       Institute fmtheBUnd  some students going more than five hours  without lunch and vending machines will  give students a chance to have a snack at  mid-shift break. Time did not allow students to leave school for lunch.  Recommending the innovation as a  splendid idea, District Superintendent R.  U. Hanna observed that vending machines  are not new to schools in B.C., Carson  Graham School in Vancouver also introduced them this year.  SHIFT SYSTEM  It is early to assess the shift and semester system, said Mr. Hanna but a general  meeting with the public is planned for  Elphinstone on Thursday, September 18  at 8 p.m. to explain the system to parents.  This will be followed later by grade meet-  ' f * *     C ��       ������        *V _r_  ".   "'  LAST CfiAffCIE l  TO ��CT IN "Y  OH THE DRAW!  to be held  SATURDAY,   SEPT- 27tll  CHAIM SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-9626  semester system.'  A" meeting is pl&n��ed -  with parents of band students.  There are still some changes to.make ���  in transportation, said 1^.\Ranna,yoUt/on,  the -whole  it "is  working  well* and'* fiX**-  Lloyd Yorkston was commended for doing a good job on the schedule. ]   .  REFERENDUM *  The. School Board is expecting ViCr  toria's recommendation on Referendum  No. 10 this week and a special meeting  will be held. Public Relations Chahmisn.  Mrs. Agnes Labonte reported that^a.; soon  as details are finalized a mim(i_ograp3ifcd  brochure will be distributed- On i&llrag  day it is planned to have loudspeakers  circulating the district and transportation  to the polls supplied. Success or failure  of "the referendum will affect the quality  of education in futurfe years, said Mrs,  Labonte.  ELPHINSTONE  Science wing being built at E-lphinstone  'is behind schedule but  concrete- blocks  haye now arrived, reported Mr; Bob -Rut- .  ter, Buriding Supervisor,  The  Board is seeking  Victoria's approval to utilize funds from referendum  No. 8 for equipment for the wing amounting   to   $13^42-00-">nd   arch.*teet'sr*fees '  amounting <t��"$9,480.00, "' * * '  OFFICE jaOWRs' , '        "  School iBoapd' office hour? h-a^e rever-t-  ed back to normal ond. the Board* approved policy stating that during school, office  hours will be from 9 a.m. -12 noon and  from 1 p.m.'"to '5 pfa. During summe?*  holidays they iyjjl be from 8:30 a..n. ito  4 p.m. with a half hour lunch break from  noon to 12:30 p.m. *  GRANTED  i Provided it is not,required for school  functions, the Boa'd granted, .free use of,  Elphins:kij;e'y^ilditorS Children  to  Children Ciiif9ralvE^.change for.7a ooncert  by B.C. Boj*^',C'hoir7ori October 24. Also  . to .the Gibsons ^ea Cavalcade Committee  for a cabaret to help recoup financial loss  sustained during the recent three-day public eveint" which was a first venture planned by service -flubs and organizations  and highly successful;from a recreational  viewpoint.' ;;;Y':���'''*; y.\  NOT AUDIBLE  Much of the trustees' ���discussion was  lost to this reporter due to the more vociferous ' refrigerator in the Board room  which chose to interrupt at the most inopportune moments and - tlie spasmodic  streams of ferry -traffic, particularly heavy  trucks which choose the "'North Road bypass.  5&5^eK-GEI>fflCfX^^5!ij_i>^i^^  ...   ..--��ARGOTS'NIGHT  Hear whstf s happening this year at Elphinstone  Secondary School.  fHUHSBAY, SIPfEMBiH 18 - 8:00 p.m.  in the Elphinstone Secondary School Auditorium.  EVERYONE WELCOME!  smY/fwj^frsrtmyyzffY^^  AND &WQ. LTD.  at VA^C��U��IR PtSCiS  O   BED CEDAR CHANNEL. SIDING     O  SHIfLAP  O   YELLOW CEDA& & POPLAR T.G. PANELLING  0 p.mrs 0  BEAUTS O TI^BE^S O  DIS^OISION  - CUSTOM CUTTING -  ,    1/   B_?��,��J��0  (FOUR MILES WEST OF SECHELT ON SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY)  'M-wjiy��f��yi^^  SATURDAY DELIVERIES  GRAVEL  *  EXCAVATING  DITCHING * BACKHOES  Box 172  Scchclt  885-9666  Orders Complaints-Another Youngmobile to the rescue! distinguish it: trim neyy styling and  ono of those day��. 0|dsmpbil��3,"3 luxurious now Cutlass ar* elegaptljr formal new roofline.  wliild^tltboStohavo Siiprerrie will whisk you 'if^ffW'' Olds Cfitlas^ SuRremp. Just one of  IfI^^ Machine? rOMtinefQrasllttleasit^o W&.&piQ Wachi^esfrom  ^nE��CWMacti?n9? own a routine car. To pow#r your OWsfnoWeY  Certain Hems illustrated or described are optional at extra cost.  jgetaway: an extraprdin&ry 4-^9^1.  350-cubic-lr.ch Rbcket V8. To  ��� SEC YOUR LOCAL AWHOR'ZCQ OLDSMOBIL6 DEALEU  ���OWsmoWe: Escape fromtli^ordln^y.  |    Phone: 885-2111  PI^INSULA MOTOi: PRODUCTS (1957) LID.  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Though I had all the wealth and power of  kings,  Besides all the time up to judgment day  Borne with phantom-like haunt^ pf,'remember-  in8s* , ,        . _  But whatever the sight of a graveyard brings -  With the fresh-cut flowers-to Honor the. dead,  Still "there's always a >tug on my taut heartstrings/ -*  And the guilt that I feel must needs be said.  i  So my tears well deep as the bugles pray  For soldiers lain low by their broken wings,  But for whom we might not be here today.  Though I question the need, there's no answer-  ings. '  PogeB-g  Gibsons wedding  Knowing all that I am from a parent springs,  A product of those who suffered or bled        >  And who,launched me on purposeful voyag-  ings,  Yet so little have I contributed.  Tfie Peninsula Times       Wednesday, September 17/1969  _-*.  TNHBER TiSAIL MimMG CLUE  ���5 -,'���  10 a.m.: September 28  RIDING CLUB AROA  Behind Sunnycrest* Plaza - Gibsons  nifes Davis-Ro  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS Anglican Church,  Gibsons, was the scene of a pretty wedding on August 30 when at 4 p.m. Dawn  Lorraine Rowland becajne the bride of  Mr. Robert Edward Davies.  The bride is the only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. S. H. Rowland of Roberts Creek  and the groom is the youngest son of Mr.  and Mrs- E. D. Davies of Gibsons, B.C.  Rev. Dennis Morgan officiated at the  double ring ceremony and the bride was  married with the wedding ring which belonged to the groom's grandmother.  Escorted by her uncle, Mr. Buster  Evans, the bride wore a floor length gown  of white taffeta and lace overlay with  shoulder Length four-tiered veil and dainty  white peau de soie shoes. Her bouquet .  was colonial style with red roses and  miniature white carnations.  Attending the bride were Matron of  Honor Mrs. Sherry Husby wearing a floor  length pale pink gown and carrying a bouquet of pink roses and white chrysanthemums, and bridesmaid Miss Audrey Wat-  erhouse wearing a floor length pale green  gown;'and carrying a bouquet of yellow  roses and white chrysanthemums.  Best man was Mr. Doug T. Davies with  Mr. Nick Husby and Mr. David Husby  aC"ng as ushers.  Reception was held in the Legion Hall,  Gibsons, where the bride's uncle, Mr. Bob  Rowland, proposed the toast to the bride.  Tall white candles graced the bride's table  wM^-w^7wvered in exquisite'lace and  centered with the bridal cake.' Ladies'  Auxiliary catered for the wedding party  serving a delicious cold plate.  For her going-away outfit the bride  chose a camel and cashmere two-piece suit  with white and gold accessories and wore  a bright pink rose corsage.  The honeymoon was spent motoring  .Around Gibsons  ^by Mrs. Marie Clarke  ON MONDAY, September 3, Mr. Alan  Bruce of Gibsons celebrated his 80th  birthday with some of his many friends.  Among the guests present "were Dr. and  Mrs. D. L- Johnson, Mr. Jack Lidstone,  Mr. Merv Shoebottom and Mr. and Mrs.  Eric Thomson.  Mr. Thomson entertained on the (bagpipes for'this very special occasion. A  , lovely cake made by Mrs. M. Charman.  also real Scotch shortbread made by Mrs.  Thomson decorated the table together  with candles and bouquets of Sweet Peas.  Tea was served by Mrs. M. Cooper and  everyone had a most enjoyable time.  BRIDAL SHOWER  , ' Honoring bride-elect Miss Dawn Rowland, a delightful surprise shower was  held at the home of Mrs. feud Star. Soames  Point, with Mrs. Lynn Sparks and Mrs.  Jan Rowland as hostesses.  A beautifully decorated table was  adorned with many lovely delicacies.  Guests attending were: Mrs. Pat Comeau, Miss Brenda Wemhandl, Mrs. Edna  Husby, Mrs. Maureen Partridge, Mrs. Donna Fewell, Mrs, Barb Riches, Miss Lee  Wiren, Mrs. Lynn Panasuk, Mrs. Shirley  Feeney, Mrs. Josie Davies,' Mrs. Donna  Redshaw, Miss Anne Fitzsimmons, Miss  Maureen Owens, Mrs. Janet Thorningloh.  Unable to attend but sending gifts:  Mrs. Jo-Anne Rutluff, Mrs. Mary Mansfield, Mrs. Alice Davies, Mrs. Diane De  Marco and Mrs. M. Newbugher.  HERE AND THERE  Mrs. It. F. Kennett gave a Trousseau  Tea in honor of her daughter, 'bride-elect  Susan Kennett. Many close friends attended to view her many lovely gifts.   Mr. and Mrs. W11J6 Wiren have returned from a motor trip to Merritt when  they took Michael and Bobbi Gcicr home  after npending tho summer at Gibsons.  Recent visitors with Mrs. W. Oakley,  Roberts Creek, Mr, and Mrs. II.,D. Adam.*,  Roberts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Reg  Cooper of Selma Park were Miss Lorraine  Fladager and Miss Grace Peters of Daw-  json Creek, also Mrs. W. Barnes of Vancouver.  Lucky hunters end. bagging a mountain goat in the mountains behind Port  Mellon were Edward Wiren, Norm Berdahl and Nillo Wiren,  Mrs, Doris Drummond of Gibsons travelled to Vancouver on Tuesday, August  2f> to m<H*t Mrs. Sylvia Pucks from San  Nateo. California. From Vancouver they  travelled for two week*, through Banff,  Ixike Louise, Jasper and the ice fields.  Upon returning, Mrs. Puckes visited with  friend.. In-fore leaving for home on Thursday. Sept. 11.  Women's Missionary Council of the  FenU-msta. "Chuirh held its firet meeting  last Monday niRht, Sep*-, tt in ihe Church  - with * lurg*�� attendance. The ladies wel-  convd three new members and also their  new MlniNlerV wife Mrs. With. The President Mrs. F. Wyngaert wtis in charge of  the met*.ing.  News-worthy items for this column  covering the ana from Port Mellon to  RolxTt*"- Creek may be left with Mrs.  Marie Clarke, 1320 Gower Point Rd., or  telephone 88H-9GQQ. Preferably early jn  Hie we...  via Westview across to the Island and  Victoria where they stayed for four days.  The young couple's new home is 1740  Wyngaert Rd., Gibsons.  Bridal cars were two identical Mustang  convertibles.  Out of town guests included Mrs. Arrne  Matheson, Mrs. Dorothy Rexworthy, Mrs.  Vivian Ramsbotham, Mr. anc| Mrs. Buster  Evens, all from North- Vancouver; Mrs.  Mary Fennell and Miss Dawne Franks  from White Rock,  '  Award Winners  Among -those receiving awards at Elphinstone Graduation ceremony last*  Saturday   were   from   left:    John  Barnes, Elphinstone Cup; Nancy Mil-^. it is not that my thought to the graveyard  lier,   Bob   Fretter  Trophy;   Darryl" clings  Page,  Lome Smith Trophy;  Brenda     As I pensively walk with my wonderings,  Weinhandl,   Secheit   Hospital   AuxilY   But rather that I should be heard to say  iary bursary to.go to St. Paul's; Jim  Westell,    Sunshine   Coast   Kiwanis  scholarship.  I-UL.,  !_._��!  m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^mm  thank you" to those who have passed this  way.  BLIND TIMER  A' BLIND cook can time an egg right'-  down to the minute with a special  timer available from The Canadian Na-'1  tional Institute for the Blind. One type of  Braille marking indicates each minute  while a second type denotes five-minUie  intervals.  To write braille, a blind person punches holes through a sheet of paper held in  a frame. To read, he turns over the page  and traces dots with his fingers.  "Are you unattached?" the logger  asked the girl on the West Coast Beach.  "No/' she replied. "I'm just put together  sloppy!"  a  a*-"  i  m  mh for mm CASS  �����J  ; DR    .  Leave it on Consignment with us.  BOM1 GIVE I? AWAY!  BOihSlDfEEl fDEMIi.  ALL UNITS INSURED  GIBSONS, B.C.  ^^^smMd^^m^^Mmmm^^Mmi!^mmm  ..MUUFlf .#\1��LA��l#l#lF\.-l��L.-\Fl   nUt.cbl i tX_><��<*<.(.cjc.<.<.oTI  _f_t*5.iJi.^^Kii.k^'r!3  PHONE 886-2237  iSSS^SSSS^StWSS^^  is  ll  i  _  5  .'  .  >  _'  t *^n>. H��   ^.���i*��. ^^^i9,l **t ^!p_


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