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Array Concern expressed . . .  .unicipalities threatened  as Hydro ignores antnoi  ^y^  *���#>��  %.  West Canadian' Gra^lu5 iA.;;tri.-5  160& Best 5th Ave  Vancouver 9t B.C.  ��7*i.a.*77^M  FLAGRANT example of presently approved double standards w4.s_br0u.ght  iight~Tecenlly with a letter to both  councils afid regional board from the  North Quadra Land Use Protection Association of Saanich near Victoria".  Explaining that the association represents a group of home owners in the  municipality of Saanich, the letter brought  to the attention of local authorities a situation '%hicli virtually threatens powers  of all municipalities in the province. It  states:  Three years ago Saanich cp.yi.cH refused after public hearing to allow' B.C.  Hydro to construct a "Service Centre"  arid equipment yard to our residential ly-  zonccl neighborhood.  Recently, however, B.C. Hydro purchased, through an undisclosed intermediary, a large acreage in this area,  arid has begun to remove the buildings  f^ywy.F^^^F^?aaFa.aaa^ya^.yia,.^����F,)t(UFJj affFjaFayayFF  itjf< , .".fr^^:>,/tv.  t*Z*��ytrtxr  VX  therefrom and intends lo proceed with  its original plans as forbidden by. the  Saanich council who, incidentally, were  ready to approve an alternative, convenient site in an area already zoned for  industrial purposes.  It^will be clear to you, we believe,  that this action, over-riding the decision  of tire-council arid destroying its ' guar--  On tec of residential security to the owners  who built their homes in good faith,  strikes at Ihe root of all existing municipal authority and. as a fatal precedent,  undermines all zoning regulations. If B.C.  Hydro, or other agents of the Provincial  Government, can abrogate municipal bylaws at will, no municipality will be safe  from such invasion and no home owner  protected from the devaluation of his  property.  We, therefore, respectfully request  that your council resolve that Crown  corporations be required, like private  corporations, to comply with municipal  /oning   regulations.  We trust that your views will be conveyed without undue delay to ^tlie Provincial Government before a. grave blow  is struck at the rights ot every British  Columbia  municipality.  When discussed/at a recent meeting  of Gibsons council it was disclosed that  B C. Hydro lias expanded its premises  in the village and while council was so  nolilied; no application for a permit or  approval was ever made. As a corisequ-  wi? re !r^inc ??\<H!r: snd ,0 jt l:ictlinc,ud,n9 po,t Mc,,on-Hopk,ns L��ndin��> g���*����� w*. caw Rob0r,s o^  Wdsp^Oggk, Sclmo Pork, Sechelt, Holfmoon doy. Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Modelro Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing. EarlCovo, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Class Mai.  ReQ'M.aiion No. 1142  Union   ������-��"���>��� Label  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  NEW  CLASSROOM  ���Officials-opening of the .special classroom for retarded children is scheduled  for official  opening  September  27th  at ^lice, council has written the Department  1   p.m.  Letter  from  the Retarded  ChilA-f *�����������----���  *��-- --<-= '-*-**--  dren's Association extended an invitation  to councils to attend. In Gibsons^,-Itfayor.  Wally Peterson agreed to represent coun  afClla  OPEN  LETTER     A  Copy of a lettetAent to Premier W.  A. C. Bennett/protesting conditions of  the ferries, was published in last week's  Times request of the writer, but unfortunately thc press men appeared to  miss out the signature, which caused  further upset. Therefore to rectify the  situation, we hope, the letter was signed  "Mrs.  Dorothy  Greene."  ROD & GUN  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club has scheduled its first meeting of the season for  Thursday September 10th at 8 p.m. in the  Club House. It is hoed to start shortly  the Hunter Training program. Juniors on  Sunday evenings, Ladies on Monday  evenings and Men on Thursdays.  IMPAIRED  Checked by the Pender Harbour RCMP  marine boat crew, John Edward Slavin  of Burnaby was subsequently charged  with being impaired while operating a  boat. Breathalyzer -reading was .19. Appearing before Judge Pat Carey September 2nd he was fined $75.  of Municipal Affairs seeking clarification  as to rights of the Hydro Authority to  ignore local bylaws. * .   ���  Further discussion at- the last meeting of the regional board brought forth  comment by building inspector Fred Rea-  burn to the affect that at Burnaby, crown  corporation or not, they have.to take out  a permit.  Mayor Wally Peterson suggested it  might be best to await reply to council's  request for a ruling on the matter before further action be taken.  Regional Bvlaws ... .  Double standards attacked  rules for all states Mayor  ALDERMAN Norm Watson, also village'   explained  that it will involve  consider-  (������"���  t-m   ��  r  ���" "    \ *"  5*       ���*  ?���*-!>                                           ��                                                         ^           ;,            ��W        /                    -JaW*-)****,  s^^J                            ��* v  -^C^ *     rt          0      ^  r         f-f  I            ^ *"           ~   "���*       ��  " *������ "7    "���          "      j      A *��� ���**J-  * *c  V-,* i?"i       M ���*            .      *"  V         *^                    1      v. *    ,.1      *           a****,  f  representative on the regional board,  was called upon at last meeting of Sechelt council to give a run-down on board  policy regarding failure to include some  of the islands within the district in zoning regulations. He was also questioned  on policy regarding building inspection  on near-by islands.  Regarding the hew zoning bylaw, he  A A V~a''ni*fit  SjKaK-v-M; i 1;,<',**?t-f.'W  'life!  a  able work from an administrative point  of view and, in fact, the board does not  have the labour force or funds without  additional grants from the provincial  government.  Mayor Bill Swain expressed the view  that if the regional board is to impose  rules they should include the whole  district or not at all. He added "I am  not blaming any particular person but it  does seem some can get away with things  and others cannot. Either you have rules '  for everyone or the whole system is no  good."  Aid. Watson, commenting on the exclusion of properties more than 1,500  feet from a highway or secondary road,  explained that as far as lie knew, this  was a guideline arrived at some years  ago in light of the fact it would be impossible for the building inspector to  cover thc entire area, particularly in some  of the remote parts of thc district.  Aid. George Flay asked why Trail  Island should not be checked when it  is considered the island has been subdivided with n road around it. Aid Watson agreed that it Is borderline but added  "il is still nol easy to get to, being cut  off from the mainland". He al.su explained that while plans for a houso  submitted by one of tin," residents of  Trail Island had been rejected, they were,  in fact, excellent plans and had been  turned clown for resubmission on very  small  technical  grounds,  Mayor Swain said he still feels then*  should be no two 8 el.", of rules. Aid. Watson, however, argued that In lime the-  whole district will bc covered but right  now a start has been made nnd "hall  a loaf is better than none".'  STOCKPILE  Aid, Watson reported th.'it lie had  been informed by a local cunt tad or that  a substantial amount of fill would lie  available at .Ilk* a yard .should village  couneil be Interested, This price Included  delivery.  It was agreed that council docs have  a  number  of  use**  for such   fill   and  at  lhat   price   it   would   be   more   Ilia*,   acceptable, ll  wat. decided to purchase and  stockpile   until   required.  BLACKMAIL  Request for a contribution to a measles   Immunization     programme     by   the  ���Sec  pngo  A-->  Sudden and violent  panied by thunder, lightening and  massive hailstones last Thursday  night appears to have been confined  to the Sechelt area. Some stores on  "TuVrie Street looked a sorry mess  ne.v.t morning but volunteers were  soon on the scene to help the lady  operators. As may be seen, merchan-  JVlop-up operations  storm accom- dise had to be moved out onto the  sidewalk from Joan Hansen's Toggery Shop while mopping-up took  place. Enthusiastic helpers are from  left: Tommy Robilliard, Sam McKenzie, Bob Normington who finds  retirement has its comebacks, and  Neil Campbell.  Complaint ignored  FAILURE by the health inspector to take  action regarding a small structure used  as a food outlet, allegedly lacking in  plumbing facilities, was again thc subject of discussion at Inst meeting of Scr  chelt  council.  Alderman Joe Benner said that at a  previous meeting it had been moved that  a lettei be sent thc health unit drawing  attention to the situation existing in the  main shopping area on Cowrie Street,  He wondered what response had transpired.  Clerk Ted Rayner said that no motion had been made, he was not present  al that meeting but found a note awaiting him on the subject on his return  from vacation, As a result he has himself contacted the health unit which, it  appears, is looking into the matter.  Alderman George Flay said he understands another situation is developing in  a house ncxi to Ihe food outlet, In this  case he understands the yard and outbuilding is rented .-.part from Ihe house.  Further, an office building at the front  of the house is to be rented separately  from the living quarters. While there arc  no plumbing facilities In the office, il  would bo no problem should it be operated  by the resident ul" the house However,  should it be let to another party, then  it is hardly likely the householder will  permit use of Inside plumbing* facilities,  Thus, a second ���situation of a business  without  loilet or plumbing will exist.  Tin* clerk said It would nol be pus-  i.ible to reluse a business license on these  ground:-; "wo rami'it discriminate In any  way", he raid. Aid. Wnlson agreed and  suggested such a .-.lluation would be up  to the health Inspector,  Mayor   Swain   .hew*  attention   to   Ihe  fuel that the owners of the new shopping  . centre,   under    eiinstiucllnii   on    Cowrie  .Street,   were  forced  lo comply   with  Ihe  building  code  In  icgnnl*;  to   toilet:;   and  Volume 7, No. 41 ��� WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1970  Medical Clinic plans  facing long run-round  INDICATIONS are that endeavors by the  regional board to establish a medical  clinic'at  Madeira  Park  are  to  got  the  interminable governmental run-round,  For some months letters have passed  between the board and BCHIS in an attempt to get a copy of a brief submitted  by another district which successfully-  obtained the go-ahead for a similar project. Suggestion that the board obtain  and submit a brief on similar lines as the  "Clearwater" brief was made during a  visit to the area earlier this year by  Health   Minister  Ralph  Loffmark.  Following the inevitable departmental  flim-flam, director Jim Tyner journeyed  to Victoria and was able to pursuade the  department to, reluctantly, provide him  with a copy of a brief in question.  Registration night set  for Sechelt Wolf Guhs^  REGISTRATION   Night   for   the  Sechelt  Wolf Cub Pack will be held on Monday, September  14th at  7.30  p.m. in St.  Hildas  Church  Hall.  Sechelt.  The Group Committee of the 1st Sechelt Wolf Cub Pock, reminds parents  that any boy between the ages of 8 and  10 years is eligible to be a Cub. All boys  wishing to become a Cub or wanting  to continue as one are welcome to attend  and must be accompanied by a parent  or guardian. Tlie fee for the entire year  is $3.50.  This year the Pack will again be  under, the capable leadership of Mrs.  Frank Leitner. assisted by Mr. Bruce  Cobleigh. Thanks to their interest and  efforts in attending recent training sessions, the boys may look forward to a  wide variety of interesting programmes,  in nature, citizenship, self-reliance, self-  - development and creative skills.  Legion Branch 140  hosts social visit  WEST Vancouver Branch and Ladies  Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion will  visit Sechelt on September 19th. Branch  140 L.A. will serve lunch to the visitors  and members of the host branch at 12.30  p.m. in the Legion Hall. All members  of Branch 140 and Auxiliary members  who would like to have lunch and a  social "hour with the guests, should indicate their intentions by Wednesday, Sept.  16th, so that arrangements can be facilitated. Please phone Dianne Anderson at  885-9785 or Gladys Ritchie at 8C5-2I73.  Brenda Bond, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Arnold Bond of West Sechelt is  the happy recipient ol" Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 140 bursary. Brenda i.s  enrolled at Vancouver Vocational School  as a student practical niir.-e and the $104.  presented by Mrs. Ritchie and Mrs,  Creighton represents her tuition fees, The  L.A. wish Brenda every success'and happiness  in   her  work.  Next meeting of Branch  1-10 L.A. will  >e held on September  Mth at  II p.m.  plumbing, yet wc have a real estate  office with a building next to it now  used (or food sales without any such  facilities. At the same time we have a  howl going up about pollution and contamination and here we have it again,  two different law..-. On top of this, this  latest information suggests possibility of  a   similar  situation  developing.  Aid, Watson said he does not consider  the matter a problem "this sort of thing  is covered, under the Shops Act and comes  under the Health Department", he added.'  Mayor   Swain   suggested  a   letter   be  ���sec  page   A-5     |  Many odours .  $250 reward  BC-Hydro seeks assistance  against gun-happy vandals  IMi.-is Tina < lower who spends  vvoekc-ml'i and holidays at Selina  l.a'.i.'li wllh her family was a very  .���n|.al>]<< "WVinli-in Boss" as shown  liy the ncally arranged nnd can-fully  l.-KHt'il .'.allium which vuiicd in weight  Weigh-in  liei*  -.from  an 11 <���/ KiH.se* lo tho trophy  winning 7 lit II oz. fish which Tina Is  hnlaainj,, The annual derby look place  on Sunday wilh 112 fishermen on Ihe  salmon trail,  f-  LONG   awaited   opening  of   the  hunting  i M-n.N.in   miik*-*'.*-.  thi,i  the  happi---*!   time  of  Ihe vein*   for  many  hunter* and  other  i.poi*li.inen,  Hut there are farmer!, innelicr-., lumbermen and hydro line crew,, who  wouldn't agree, To ihem hunting ,*.en:,i��n  can mean broken Ii ncc*. mid ���.langhtired  Hvc'itock, bullet damage to l**!*,!'**K and  road building i*<|0)|jIim*iiI, power Interruption.-,* and blackout,*, iviultlng hum  ,'hot'iip  liiMihitor-i mid  pow.'i'lliic,',  All  hccau.u1 a few vand.<l*i  wllh rlllen  reriiNe   to   rciipcct   cither   pi ople'*,   rigliis  and  property.  A bullet that shatter.*, an insiilatoi on  a high ten.-.liiu piiwcrllnc t an plunge .*  Whole community Into dinkm;-.*., Kleclile  light, heat imil power i-cie.o lo e\i*t,  Home-i and ..tore*,, lui-inev. and indiitiv,  ���fV'.'n vital hospital ���crvice-a, rill nre c.f-  leclcd Kveiy ie-*idc|i| MiKer'i needle*, inconvenience Sumo, illicit the ai;ed uiul  Ihu   .tick,   may   enduro   very   real   haul-  A*  ���'���hip if many hour, are iei|ulred to locale  and  repair  the  iliiniai.e.  1* A, Uo;ire, H,<\ Hydro-*; chief se-  eurlty ollicer, a-*.e* the aid ul all ie,.-  pnnMhlc hunli'in and i.pni I'-mcn'** croups  In pulling an end tu ������eiiM*|e .r. and dauger-  ou*   vandalism  ol   this Kind,  "Mont hunter,*, in e good and i e,*,pon- ihle  clll/cn.i," Mi, Moan* miy.v ".*.o it reeni.i  a hliume tluil the rcpiitiill-'ii "I hunter*.  as a whole nIiouIiI be damaged by Ihe  actions ol aii li'ii*s|ioiisib|e few 1 think  gooil hunter.*, mill .;.hmI citl/eitM owe ll lo  lllem elvr:, In pmlicl their I'ooil name,  and hel|i put an end lo Ibis kind of  wanton   damage.   Alter   all.   they'll*   the  ones who Millei, tilling wllh eveiynne el.e,  When"  tome   idiot   riluil.t   Midli),    puweillne  Initilalois  Im*  lnr;-<'i   practice."  fiC, Hydro i;, nrum tlu*. yeai oHeiiug  n rcwrird of up In *5".'fi0 for informal im.  leading lo the ani-t and conviction of  peiM.ii'. wilfully itumiiglng licftlatoit. in  powcrliiK-s,  t<  ,''".'���  OB.1KCTION to use* of incinerators within tbe village "brought forth Ihe com- '  ment by Mayor Wally Peterson that it  seems strange lo have people object Ing  to one stench yet protest Ing the lacl lhat  council Is endeavoring to remove stench  from ditches etc. by means of an expensive sewer  .system.  Objection by way of a letter I com  the M'cretary of an anti-pollution group  supported establishment of an efliclenl.  garbage nvhIciii on Ihe Sunshine Const  but Miggcslcil action be taken to eliminate  use of garden incinerators within the  village.  Mayor Peterson added that il is ci'tinl-  ly strange the protestors appear to Ignore  some of Ihe inure predoininchl odours In  the  area.  Alderman Ken (ioddnrd noted lhal  there had been one m* two complaint*,  durina Ihe -'pant months. He sni'i'e-ii.'d  council consider Imposing a ban during  summer  niunlhs  on   use  ol   incineralors.  Mayor Peterson pointed mil lhat should  council do tills, tlie result would he, of  necessity, a lar^c burn-up ul the dump  periodically wllh Ihe same consequences,  Council agreed and il was moved by  Aid    Ken  Crosby   that   the   loiter   be   ac-  luiowli-dged.  Copy ol a letter sent tn boll) newspaper,', by regional bo.ml dlreclor. Frank  West, nic. given vciv briel' consideration.  Aid ('rushy .aid, "West has ipie ,t|iiin*d  what, hydraiil*!, il any, will In* included  Hi village plans hu a new waternialn  down' Pi.ill Id.(id I think we aie well  obit* In lake care ol that .��� nit of thing",  Mayor Peterson agieed and added, "Figures <|ituti'il in his liltn would be woilh  collslilci Ing II Ihey were icall-ille 'Ihey  jut certainly nol realistic and ciiicequeul-  ly nut  wm thy of consideration",  itcpi>ilm,<, on I.i* I meeting ol the ic  gion.il hoiilil, Mayoi Peterson said the  l>ii.ml has wiltlcn to arrange .. muellng  wllh iiiiiniiipnl alfaiii mini 1 ��� i Dan  fainpl-ell and MLA Isabel Daw mi lb*  iFiii.l he i* still onelcnr ti��i to what will be  Ihe naloii- of the meeting bill Iui* m>  .Inula time will lell Fm liter, lie guthii*.  iron,   dim lor   Wi*,.l   thai   th*1   bouid   can  "������y*  get the Pratt Hoi.d waterline installed  at a lower price than the village "per-  haps wc should get them to do ours",  he   iiddedi.  Aid. Goddard reported that the health  unit plans a programme of measles vaccine and is seeking assistance from council, U js expected to include all the Coast  Caribiildi Health Unit area. Some of the  funds rei|ulred will come from Victoria  but inure is needed. Grant Iront council  of Powell Hlver is anticipated and, said  Aid, (ioddnrd, It I.s hoped to .start with  pre-schoolers.  Administrator Dave Johnston added  that the Kinsmen clubs an* also raising  hinds lor the, scheiiie but will all gu  Inlo  a  central   fund,  On n suggestion by A lil, (Ioddnrd It  was agreed a grant of $101) be made toward   the .scheme.  nnnmiinnnnnninnninnnn  M-Briefs  the way  to action!  In  Today's  Classified:-  KIHKWOOl)         Men  * lined, (by,  split alder,  liiiplaci*    n,nly.  Dclivi'icd,  yih    pec  (i.i .1                  ,    ,  ilii'il-,   icoili  over   y,!jO()  home.  Tmiii".  Clnv.UM'ii  (10,000 .rmli-i-...  Times Cl(...*��i(ieil*, i|u  ItJIO (lie liopte-. , ,  ,  not on lo-wi-., -.iiccI*. cm mi . ulwii-.  Time*. CIiv.mIiciI*. mo low i.o:.l, biyb |iulriu y  sole*,   lonir,'.,  A' Poge A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Sept. 9,1970  HELP WANTED  aF."*''.  '**l��*M*a'ajJnajat*aifa^Mft'*a*Vaa^Baflaa'^  ThePeNINSULaT"**** Sechelt - Phone t885-9654  REAL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (cont.)  REAL ESTATE (Continued)      REAL ESTATE (Cont.).  Classified  aT*aTaa-**Wna*.aTMaaiaajM^vtiM*a*aa*a*liWlaya^^  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot Sechelt B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31. 1970  Gross Circulation 2538  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion   _f_75c  Three  Insertions '._ ���$1.50  Extra lines'(4 words)  15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers _��� 1 Oc extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs riot paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count lino.   -,  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad.Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.'  By mail, special citizens .$3 yr.  By carrier ,���, _���., 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Special Return Engagement of  GGUGAR COUNTRY  at  regular  prices  Wed., Thur., Fri.. Sept 9th.  10th & 11th, at 8 p.m. & Sat.  Sept. "12th at 2 p.m.  Sat. Sun.. Mon., Sept. 12th.  13th & 14th at 8 p.m.  THE WILD BUNCH  Color  &  Panavision���Starring  William  Holden  RESTRICTED: k Warning: Excessive violence & brutality.  R. W. McDonald, B.C. Censor  Coming  Next:  THE WALKING STICK  5177-41  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  ... is  pleased to sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. and Mrs. Neil Aspin of  Wilson Creek, B.C. wish to  announce the engagement of  their daughter Carol Diana  to Mr. Terry Newsham, son  of Mr. and Mrs. George New  sham of Wilson Creek, B.C.  Wedding to take place .later in  the, year. 5103-41  OBITUARY- ~  MATTHEWS ��� Janet Mat-  thews, aged 77 years of Roberts Creek, B.C. Survived by  two daughters; Mi-.*-;. B. Jcevos  of Chilliwack, B.C. and Mrs.  S. Roberts of Oregon. Two  sons; Earnest of Surrey and  John of Hopkins Landing.  Seven grandchildren, six  great grandchildren and rcla  tives in England. Funeral ser  vice was held Monday, Sep  tembcr 7 at 11 a.m. from St.  Aidons Anglican Church, Roberts Creek. Rev. D. Morgan  officiated. Cremation. Harvey  Funeral   Home   Directors,  515(1-11  ADAMS ��� September -1, 1070.  Passed away into the presence or her Lord at St. Priul\;  Hospital, Vancouver, Eva Mary  Adams of Selma Park, B.C. in  her filsl year. Btiloved wife  of Hugh D. Adams, .Survived  by one brother, A. W. Peck,  England and cousins In Australia and Afrio-'..,' Mr.*., AdnniH  served in Ihe 1st World War  ns U CSL in th,. WHAF. Funeral .Service was held mi Monday, September 71 h nt "iillO  p.m, from the Gibson*, Penh*  costal Church. Rev. It, .1. With  officiated, Interment Seaview  Ccnietaiy, In lieu of flower:.,  donations to the Living Mem  orlal Fund, c/o Rev, With.  Harvey Funeral Home, Gib  ���sioiM, B.C, directors,        .1107 41  OBITUARY (Continued)  NICKSON ��� On August 29th,  1970, in Vancouver, B.C., Margaret Jane Lindsey Nickson,  of Sechelt, B.C. Survived by  a brother and two sisters. Private Funeral service was" held  Tuesday, September l*st, from  Nunn & Thomson's Chapel,  Vancouver. Rev. James Dalton  officiated.  Cremation.    5142-41  CLARKSON ��� September 2,  1970, Thomas K. Clarkson  of Gibsons, B.C. Survived by  ona son Jack McKie of California. Two grandsons. Mr.  Clarkson was a veteran of  world war one and,-one of the  few remaining Vimy men.  Funeral service was hold Saturday, September 5 at 11 a.m.  from St. .Bartholomews Anglican Church, Gibsons. Rev. D.  Morgan officiated. Interment  FOH Seaview Cemetary. Harvey Funeral Home Directors.  5155-41  CARP OF THANKS  I WISH to thank all my  friends and relatives, who  were so thoughtful in so many  ways duringmy xecentiilness.  Also thanks to Dr. Hobson &  Dr. Swan and the wonderful  nursing staff at St. Mary's ���  Mrs. Julia Boser".   "'   5151-41  THANKS To -. "The Flood  Squad" (?) Marilyn; Neil;  Tom; Sam and Bob who looks  like he is really enjoying his  retirement; -- Mickie, at  Mickie's  Boutique.        5.166-41  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327. 886-  2343. 4979-tfn  WISH to contact Latte-rDay  Saints    members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  I WILL not be responsible for  any debts contracted in my  name by anyone other than  myself, on or after this date���  August 19, 1970. Kenneth A.  Whipple,    Box    513,   Gibsons,  B.C.  --."N.  5057-41  WORK WANTED  SANDY HOOK  Summer cabin ttctuded In lho tree* |ust 500' to beoch, $5,000  Dn, Bal. ot $-.0 p,m, /VI|oinlng lot nvoll, lor $4750 or Lg, view  lot lor only $500 Dn, A lew W,F. loti, nvallahlo.  SUMMER HOME SITES  To"***** your pick of 2 level extra largo view lot* on Gunboat Day  loc, I ess thon 500' bench. Powor nnd writer ovnl. A*, low as $3800  with term*., Alio Garden Hoy Lake front lot*, from $2750,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  1.20 nc-. ot Enmont wild 200' frontaoo plus whorl ond not loft,  2 oca with 2 hdun cobin ��, 264'  w.l, ot Pender Hl.r,  $19,500,  MOTEL SITE  Approx.   3,6  level  ors wllh over  250'  Hwy  Frontage  ldnn|  for  Mold or Trailer Poik. A sacrifice) ol ONLY $1,1,500,  SAVARY ISLAND  Numerous lot*, to choose from ns low o*. $1500 F,P.  TOR   THESE   AND   OTHER   SUNSHINE   COAST   PROPC&ES  CONTACT   G,    KNOWLES   PHONE   290-0541    OR   2vMfil|  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  4701   I*. HASTINGS ST.  TEACHER urgently requires  a babysitter for children ages five and six. Babysitter  must live within walking distance or provide transportation to the Davis Bay school.  Reply to F. Jovick, Box 22,  R.R.I,   Sechelt. 5095-41  BABY -sitter wanted. Ph. 885-  2384. 5148-41  POLE     contractor     required,  from stump to dump. Con-'  tact Bob .Guenther, 886-7272.  5143-41  REAL ESTATE  MADEIRA PARK ��� "VS acre,  located on highway, close  to school, stores etc. $5,500.  Egmont ��� 2,��a acres, easy  clearing $7,500. Phono Maureen Lee, 883-2563.        5158-42  INTERESTED  WATERF  PROPERTY  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,   886-2402.       4208-tfn  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,       statements, ,  balance    sheets.  Personal   income tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.  4127-tfn  HANDYMAN seeks work, carpentry, plumbing, what have  you?  885-2177. 5124-42  GIRL 19, new to this area  socks employment. Grade 13  educntion, some office and  clerking experience; willing to  learn, Phone 886-7112 or write  Box 99, Gibsons. 5136-42  CEDAR SHAKES  AND ROOFING.  Leaks repaired. Free estimates  Ph.  8(15-  2461   or  805-2437  5104-43  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing in paper hanging,  interior & exterior decorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  Phone 885-9715 after 4 p.m.  4252-tfn  BUSINESS   OPPORTUNITY  KMaLKlt Wh.lie" Drive-In "and  bus depot, Madeira Park.  Fixtures nnd stuck complete.  F,P, $7,100. Phone for appointment l,ll.|.a>r>2.r>, fiOlll-41  BOX 5149  c.o. PENINSULA TIMES  BOX 310, SECHELT  5149-41  H. B. GORDON  & KENNET LTD.  P.O. BOX 123.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  Selma Park: New two bedroom home, all electric, on  .lease lot. $4,500 down. F.P.  $14,700.  Sandy Hook: Waterfront lot,  Hydro & water by. F.P. $7,500.  Silver Sands: View lot on  hwy. Try your down payment  to $3,300 full price.  Roberts Creek: 20 acres with  stream thru & Hydro by.  $20,000.  Cotton Point, Keats Island.  Waterfront  lot,  offers,  $7,500.  Sandy Hook: 3.96 acre  homesite on two roads. Half  cash. F.P. $15,300. -  80 feet of -waterfront, lovely view, protected shore,  good beach and moorage, -secluded water & hydro available. Half cash. F.P. $15,000.  Tillicum Bay Lot, $2,400.  ' West Sechelt: 2 bedroom  home on 1 acre. 131 feet frontage on Highway 101. View  property $14,500.  WAKEFIELD: Half acre  view lot, $6000.  3 bedroom and den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  Ui  down.  "���a acre of garden, lawns,  and shrubs; 3 bedroom home.  $24,506 with  V-.  clown.    -..  View   lots   from   $3,200.  Halfmoon waterfront: 300' at  $33,000,  VIEW  LOTS���DAVIS BAY  Multiple Listing Service  HARRY   GREGORY    885-9392  DON  HADDEN 885-9504  5172-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK, Cedar  Rd. Lot size 80 x 238. Very  nice lot close to beach, with  an unfinished house on it.  Well insulated. Would be ideal for retirement. F.P. $14,900.  386-2481  Waterfront in Roberts Creek.  4 acres with 216' frontage of  parklike timberland with  creek and fruit-trees. Very  nice 3 bedroom home with  .large rooms and sunporch. FP  $33,000. Try your offers on  downpayment and  terms.  886-2481  Hall Road. 3.8 acres with  370' road frontage and 657' on  sideroad. Close to beach area.  2 bedroom .liveable -log cabin  to mQiaOj-.ii} while you build  your own. $12,500.  "    886-2481  Waterfront Lots in Gibsons.  3 lots from $8800 to $12,500.  Beautiful view. Close to village on hardtop road.  886-2481  How about a 3 bedroom  home on a waterfront dot with  your own jetty Where you can  ���moore any size boat and more.  P.P. $35,000. Good Terms.  886-2481  Subdivision material on Reid  Road. 2 acres of corner- prop-  erty-withvery-nicetree.Ta:ria.  easy to clear. $6000 on terms or  $5500 cash.  886-2481  Nicely landscaped view property -with 2 bedroom remodelled home with the possibility to make an extra suite in  the basement. $16,500. $6000  will handle.  886-2481  Village of Gibsons. 2 bedroom new home. Electric heat,  vanity bathroom, carport and  storage. Close to stores and PO  No hill climbing. F.P. $16,000  with only $3000 down. Balance at $100 per month. You  can't rent this cheap.  886-2481  Gibsons Heights Subdivision.  A completely financed home  of your choice. The only thing  you need is money enough for  a lot. and that is only $3000.  886-2481  MARTIN ROAD: View, 2  bedroom home, nice knotty-  pine living room, auto, oil  heat, sundeck garage, F.P.  $17,100,�� terms   arranged.  886-2481  DOGWOOD ROAD, Gibsons: 2 bedroom electrically  heated home on the flat, close  to stores and P.O., large living room, vanity bathroom &  carp-art with storage. F.P.  $16,000 with $6000 down and  balance at $100 per month.  886-2481  NORTH ROAD: 5 acres.  $7500 on terms, also 4,85 acres  cash $5500.  886-2481 .  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone   800-2481  Richard F. Ken net t  Notary Public  Evenings:  Jack White       ���        880-293!)  Ken  Crosby 88(1-2098  Jay Visser 8115-2300  5170-11  PE  ������Jttmy-WiiW wiip im*;������  ,    ,. ��� ..'A/,//'*    ���  '**    .*,?        *"      **     a   ���'     "a   *      "*">  4 ,,^.-,f <-a a,.*. ,  '<*.,(,,   . .��.      >a. a ,,***"'      '       ^      a -.a,,  7 'V ���-,.<)->, '     ' **"\J**, _*..."��� .       .    ,r  '���* tf4f'- ^;.<,,t| U*AAA 7 ������ -,. i- - -��� >- a  *���  -**'  '^r^^^^Phi^.t^^ 77-. ;   _ "> A \ A -  I *'<���  " aA*-��'l iAA       ���('*(     I'm      '"��!.    .\   ���'.-     .?,",    ,l,','"r\*a!r**-'*.*l4*.W>,��**��aV��a,,.  '    . , ..     '       , . ** ���** .      1 .Hf*..*.*,     ,     a.  , ,.|       .      **, . " ,' "<" ,      ���    ,1 /j��?^**7 W(*at'����.*aF�����*n*.pi^  l"    ". I, ���       '     '!        "' ' 7"'f      7 >t '�����"** a  *7**5.J  .      ^-,'.����M^,,       j,     ,,v  ,* I, '   Ifivl   K- Mt"!      4-f *" '���    Ma*        -a , I * -        . t  '   1 1 1 I ,    * M ^     ���**�������.   t       f      ���*     V     * ,  ���*i��rf  P ^i--.^����>#^/   "* ' *  ^'f^    ''j    ^ #J��i^**ift��,' ^Wtf,    J,,   sH^B   ^KAliW"^**.!1!'^   MA^Slf'f \^^t^w  i*t^Mii[i*ili|li*!rirpViriTi"'*i-iii1-)iM*��*ii'ji"ii*:ii)iai nii'iunh. '��� - '-*- ���'"--���- ������ .x.*.-.,a.M>.^...1.^r7i^.>n.l,.ri^.,rl,.tr ).1^^..^...^iaiu.ai^.A^i^.^1rfr^a..nil.]lttlttt  DEAUTIFUL 2% ACRE WILLIAM  ISLAND  At Irvine's  Lancllno.  In  Ponder Horbour.   1,400  ft.  waterfront,  sheltered,  drilled  well.   Full  prlco  $35,000  with   $5,000 down.  230' Wotcrfront Motel alto In Pondor Harbour���%\8,000,  98' Waterfront lot ot Pender Horbou.-���$7000.  95' Wotcrfront lot at Earl Cove���$9000.  Vj Aero soml-waterlront,lot ol Earl Covo���$3000.  130' Woterlront, Pender Harbour, low down payment,  6Va Acre*., Madeira Park,  1100' (rontnao on Hlohway���-$8000,  10 Acrei, Earl Covo, open to olfor,  4"/.! Acroi with 550* on Lllllo Loko,  1 Va Aero vlow lot, Modclra Park���-$4500,  Many other view and j.eml-wa|erfronl lots from $3000 to $8000.  Term* available) on above properties,  Discount for Cadi.  0LL1 SLADEY-  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pender Harbour 883-2233  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  DAVIS BAY & SELMA PAR"K~  Two Brand New Sub-Divs.  Beautiful view lots, 70' to 80*  Frontage, Paved roads, walking distance to sandy beach &  breakwater. From: $3,950.00  to $4,250.00.  Ideal Investment opportunity, Granthams Landing Sub-  Div. 15 lots excellent view on  Howe Sound, $2500.00 each.  PETER AELBERS  MocGREGOR PACIFIC   .  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons, B.C.  Ph. 886-7244 or 886=2991  5173-41  GIBSONS RURAL ��� New  house never been occupied.  .Attic bedroom. Very large  (level lot. Elec. Heat. Elect:  H-W. 220 wiring, copper  plumbing. Full Price $12,000.  Offers and terms.  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� A  very' well kept, compact, cpm-  fortable-2 bedroom Ticme, older type home. Elect heat. Situated on a quiet street. Full  Price $10,500 with $5,000 down  fair terms on balance.  GIBSONS RURAL ��� Two  seperate blocks of level land.  These blocks adjoin. Size 4.50  acres each. May be sold together or seperately. Block A,  with 375 ft. road frontage  $7,000. Block B $6,000. Full  Price. Owner will consider low  down payment and terms.  Gibsons Rural: 1 bdrm.  house needs inside finishing  and to be set on a foundation,  however, has good roof, wiring and is in good condition.  Situated on one acre mostly  cleared land, some view. This  is an excellent buy for only  $4,400. Down payment $2,000  balance $100 month.  Roberts Creek: Beautiful,  level l!'i acre lot on Hanson  Road, behind Golf Course. If  you are looking for a nice  country lot with private road  in and building site aill cleared.  THIS IS IT! Full price $3,500.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real  Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Lorrie Girard        886-7760  Box 238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  5171-41  GIBSONS ��� 1 acre commercial property in key location  with over 700 feet road frontage!! Ideal for development.  NOW. Realistically  priced.  Charming bungalow on beautifully treed, landscaped lot in  Bay area. Ideal for retired folk  _:=<;lose to all facilities���no  hills. Full price $12,400 with  easy terms.      ,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 10 acres beautifully treed," south  slope proporty with over 600  feet road, frontage. Perfect  homesite with excellent potential -for subdivision. Full price  $12,500.  WEST SECHELT���Sargeant  Bay (North - West) Magnificent waterfront & view lots  with superlative salmon fishing at your doorstep. Limited  number of lots available in  this choice location close to  Sechelt Village and all facilities. Priced from $5,750 with  easy terms.  PENDER HABOUR ��� Lge.  fully serviced view lots only  100 yards to safe moorage. Located in the centre of Pender  Harbour the hub of scenic  boating waters and fabulous  sports fishing. Priced from  $2,750 with easy terms.  For full details call Frank  Lewis at the Gibsons office of  Exclusive Agent:  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  886-9900 936-1444  Gibsons Coquitlam  5134-40  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Sunshine Coast Acreage ���  Investments  No. 1. MODERN 2 BEDROOM HOME on 6.28 acres  Roberts Creek. Front on 2 rds.  Good for subdivision on permanent water supply. $22,500  F.P.  No. 2. 6 ACRE TRAILER  PARK SITE on paved road,  just steps to beach, store and  P.O., treed, easily developed  en community water. $8750,  terms.  No. 3. 2 ACRES SEA-VIEW  PROPERTY. paved road,  Wpst Sechelt. Nicely treed,  400'  frontage. $6950 F.P.  No. 4. 25 ACRE HOBBY  FARM. Large barn, cozy 2  bedroom home, approx. Vi  cleared and cultivated, on Gibsons water supply. Call for information re this prime investment.  Nc. 5 SARGENT BAY  LOTS. Large 18,000 sq. ft.  treed lots, close to famous  fishing bay. $3750 to $4250,  easy  terms.  No. 6. DAVIS BAY VIEW  LOTS, from $3950, easy terms.  Call Jack  Anderson,  885-2053  or 886-7244  MACGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Suite 12, Curlew Plaza,  630 Clyde, West  Vancouver  Phone 685-3133  5176-41  ���, t   BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  Our Representative Mr. Good Call Collect 688-8796 (24 hours)  or Buslnoss 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Olflce to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  TILLICUM BAY/SANDY HOOK  SUBDIVISION s  16 Lots, Waterfront 8. Semi  Drive  down  Sandy   Hook   Road  on  Sechelt   Inlet,   sco signs.  CALL COLLECT, Mr. Good, 688-8796 or 736-5937.  COMMERCIAL LOT, SECHELT, $11,500 F,P.  COMMERCIAL  At Sechelt,  471'  waterfront, all services available. Sultablo for  Motol/Hotol complex, $68,000.  businesses"���"  Ladles'/Children's Wear, little or no competition, located right In  the centre of the Peninsula, Excellent opportunity, Terms.  Variety Store 5 8, 10c located on Peninsula. Prime location 1750  sq, ft. Ideal for man and wife operation, Stock $2.0,000, Terms,  Evergreen collecting wholesaler plus smoll theatro. 100' woterlront  with four bedroom residence, Land alone worth half asking value,  High return for owner-operator, Investigate <lhls and phono mo,  Mr, Good 600-8796.' Terms on $55,000, or your houso in port  .    trade,  PENDER IIARnbuir  Locatod   overlooking   Garden   Boy .West   ond   Southern  exposure.  |ust off   tho hlohway wllh eight overage she lot*,, can  bo subdivided,   $20,000 down or your properly In trado,   Ideal retirement. Mr. Good, 608-8796,  LOTS  Two waterfront on Frances Ponlnsula, about 200', asking $16,000  each, Also 50 acres $45,000,  From $3250 Garden Bay Lake, sco signs,  WATERFRONT  Retirement or Summer homo on the beach, Selma Park, $12,500  F.P. Terms,  HOMES  Summer or Perm, residence Halfmoon Day, Garden Bay, Pender  lloibour, split level $16,900. Larger modern lioifio $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landing, Howe Sound, obout $25,000 will  handle, Will never bo repeated, As a prestige walerfront residence,  Over 5 bedrooms on<i guest accommodation, largo grounds,  Commercial Business ond Largo Acreages, Phono Mr, Good  600-8796, 24 bouts, I represent your area, Block Bros.  Really Ltd,, tho largest In the West. I om n realtor ond a  member of tho Industrial, Commercial and Investment Division  of lho Greater Vancouver Real Estate Hoard. i  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST, PHONE ME���WE SELLI  2695 Granville St��� Vancouver,  Mr. Good 688-8796',  24  houm,  BLOCK .BROS. "REALTY LTD.  ASK FOR-.FREF, CATALOGU!;  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  PENDER Harbour between  Garden Bay and Irvings  Landing. Lowest priced large  view semi-waterfront lots. Nr.  .lake. Serviced. $3500-4500.  Phone Collect 883-2407. Mrs.  Walker. 5098-42  BY OWNER ��� Selma Park,  immediate - possession. Viewing Georgia Strait, 2400 sq.  ft. on 2 floors. Lower flpor  waHc-in entrance, 4 bdrms,  large rec room, 2 fireplaces,  dble plumbing, w.w. carpet,  large sundeck, carport. Features reg. rein, concrete "fallout" shelter, outbldg. workshop 24 x 30 ft. Attractive  grounds, approx. V". acre. FP  $48,000 some terms. Ph. 885-  9630. 4878-tfn  "'     BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr.  Good 263-4993  collect or  736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  BLOCK BROS.  4842-tfn  SECHELT: In fine residential area convenient to shops  & beach: Attractive 5 roOrh  home on .level landscaped &  fenced lot.. Blk. top drive to  C/P. Terms on $18,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: 4 lovely  waterfront acres, over 200'  shore and what a view. A must  to see at only $20,000 an easy  terms.  One acre, westerly elope  close to beach $4,000.  Cozy 4 room cottage in  parklike setting, just few steps  to good" beach. Terms on  $16,000.  GIBSONS: Over 8 level acres well .located, partially  cleared. Only $2,500 down on  full price of $10,000.  For the handyman, unfinished house on ZV> ac. in excellent  location,    ilarge    storage    and ,  workshop. All services. Terms  on $11,800.  On 5 level acres. New 4 room  home, room for 2 more bedrooms upstairs." Outbuildings.  Terrific garden established.  Try $25,000.  HOPKINS: 2 large view dots  close to ferry, $5,000 for both.  Only $7,500, on easy terms  for -a-i ac. cleared lot. View is  unequalled anywhere.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  5135-40  REAL ESTATE (Conh)  2  BEDROOM   all   electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only. Ph. 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 4483-tfn  OWNER must sacrifice 2 bedroom, 1 year old home, iVi  acres, good water supply o.i  Redrooffs- Rd., Nr. Sechelt.  Could not possibly be replaced for $12,800. For inspection  phone   885-2315. 5162-41  WANTED TO RENT  TWO bedroom furnished house  or  basement  suite.  Gibsons  area. Call Mrs. An Coin, Cedar's Inn,  Gibsons. 5075-39  FURNISHED house in Gibsons  area, wanted to rent. References given. Ph. 885-9430.  -,-��� 5120-tfn  ROOM AND BOARD  ROOM  &   board  available in  Sechelt. Ph.  885-9470.  5089-43  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week. Commercial crew  rates. Full housekeeping. Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons,  B.C.' 4423-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. Private entrance.  Warm & clean. Selma Park.  Working gent only. Ph. 885-  9535. 4976-tfn  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885--9575.  2635-tfn  FOR rent* . Central Sechelt,  Lang block. Spacious one  bedroom suite: elec. heat,  stove, frig. Washer and dryer.  Storage. Carport. $125. Call  885-2829. 5052-tfn  2 BR newly decorated house  for rent at Robert!*. Creek on  beach. Older or working couple or school teacher preferred.  No children. Ph. 886-7193.  5140-40  WEST Secholt  ��� 2  bedroom  house.   Semi   furnished   $75  month.   Ph.   885-2197.   5165-41  FURNISHED 2 bedroom wat-  erfront, Halfmoon Bay. Electric range, oil space? heater,  $75 mo. until June 15th. Older couple preferred. Ph. 112-  433-3610. 5160-42  FURNISHED   duplex,   1   bed-  room.  combo  living  &   kitchen. No dogs, $55 month. Ph.  885-9463. 5174-41  DE   LUXE   2  bedroom   home  ... .for* rent or lease,. Granthams  " Landing,   $135. hionth.   Write  Box   5144,    Peninsula    Times,  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.   5144-41  BOATS ft ENGINES  FOR QUICK SALE ��� 16 ft.  Clinker Inboard with 9 IIP  B.S. Engine completely overhauled and ready to go. Complete $300. Phone 885-9326.  5048-tfn  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  VIEW SELMA PARK No. 1760  Only lot in the area, this is 11,000 sq. ft. of lovely view lot on  Selma Pork road. All services available, only 2 blocks from  water and market, F.P..  $5300. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385,  WATERFRONT VIEW No.  1741  View of thc whole of the lower Sunshine Coast and Trail Islands.  Lot is over Vjt acre with 115 It, on lho beoch; good beach acccs-i  for cars down on access maintained by thc adjoining property  owners, This Is ono of the few waterfront lots in the area. F.P.  $10,500. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  GIBSONS RURAL No.  1743  Retirement - Rovenue - Subdivision. Twenty-three ocres, cleared,  fenced, level. Good water supply from year round stream. Two  revenue homes���always rented, F.P. $45,000.00, Call C. R.  Galhercolo, 886-7015.  ROBERTS CREEK      , , No. 1644  Almost four acres���all cleared, Warm southorly slopo, Many  maturo fruit and nut trees. Excellent garden, Stucco and log, two  bedroom home, $l8,000,00.Call C. R, Galhercolo, 886-7015,  ROBERTS CREEK���VIEW       ' " No. 1742  Highway frontago, largo lot, Completely renovated throo bodroonv  homo. All rooms largo. Spaciou. living room with stone fireplace,  Utility room with washer and dryer connections, Auto/heat.  Well  priced  at   $l6,900.p0.  ColMC,   R.  Gathercole,   886-7015,  SEMI-WATERFRONT PENDER HARBOUR No. 1759  This lot is nlcoly treed and terraced, only 50 feet from a good  sofo beach, A float Is nearby (or mooring a l>oot. All services  avalloblo,  !00'x250' for $7500. Coll Stan Anderson, 885-2305.  TILLICUM *       * No. 1670  Slimmer homo on 50'h230' lot clo'.e lo marina ,ond he*.t Seehell  Inlet llshlng, F.P, only $5800, Coll Dob Kent, 885-9461.  PENDER HARBOUR   " "     "~ No   ,725  Situated on most   FaMerly arm of  Pnnder  Horbour area, owner  bos tentative1 approval lor 10 |o| subdivision. Total waleilronlage  V��n! . "��� ^0in H!*'nw��V 101 bisects properly wilh over  1300 ll, of pcived rood, Call Bob Kent, 005-9461.,  MISSION POINT        * ~" ~~ No   1050  .3 room furnished cottage, I lot from waterfront, on laigo lua.n  lot Concrete |o..ncio.lon��. F.P. $4900, u-rms or $4500 all cosh.  Call Peter Smith, 005-9-163,  SELMA PARK ',  No   ,457 ont|  u5n  2 good lots   vl��w polentinl   quiet area,  nico 2nd growth   tree*.,  Good buys at $4000 each, Coll Poicr Smith, 805-9463,  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT   No   ,640  This excellent beach properly ol over  I  acre of boniillluj  item,  value,   $20,000  down  Will   lu.ndlo   ���r  ,,�����������,  co,|,  ,,������,,,   | ���r  details call Po|<j, Smith, 005-9463.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF RFAL ESTATE  ^fefnfH-  Secholt 885-2235  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155, Secholt  Gibsons 886-7015   Vl  ���:iva|.'lll,....aV.JI,!,U,.,,    .a.'1'   i��\J'.���,  \ '-.. .  :������.!'., I '#��**,'   ������.��,<-,     '',  K  .'���(**.., -,vi.��n-fl  I   ���n.l.'all ftlftjIH-iWiilW |<*,���,��Kjla*-��W-��P>'-|n Mtmt.'���nH H*%l<-||r11lT"r-" IT*--"-*, fllll-ni*!1*-}*-*    ���|^-***1*-*^*      *   a-fc-J*. at-Vat*  *a��l��AJ|��*-*ai*��J)a#B,*V-��J^>  ���H*"-*-"* ���*���* �������-i<W*.|fc-*ft^-%^fc M^*aa)M.TA^k.A -��0*J**0*.*  *,* *d.j*t^.i*n0*,>*0*.0*0trJ*.0l1aA  **<K**^**0+*>**il,**,0.+,mr0.Jb^. 4*^*^,0* g*k,0imm.0A01*'*' VA^A'f'AA/   <V AAA"-   A<?*>**Jf'*l~r\  1  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont)  19* CABIN cruiser. Head, sink,  bunks, stove, built-in fuel  and water tanks. 50 horse  Merc. & trailer. Many extras.  F.P. $1,950. Call 885-960C.  4831-tfn  14Va FT. "68 deep-V Snngster-  craft fibreglass boat and trailer, 33 HP Evinrude electric  start; canvas top, side curtains,  day tank etc. A-l condition.  Bargain price $1150. ...Phone  880-2840. 5100-42  12  FT.   Clinker with   10  HP  Johnson, set of oars. All in  good   shape,   $200  or   nearest  offer. Ph. 883-2284.       5150-42  GILLNET ��� Trailer. 34' 9"  Planked . speed hull. Grey  Marine Engine, 2 phones.  Sounder, complete with trolling gear. Phone Frank Lae,  883-2C07. 5159-42  45 h.p. McCulloch   *$450  '50 h.p. Merc, 1969  *$650  50 h.p. Viking  *$425  90 h.p. Johnson 1965    *$625  115 h.p. Evinrude 1969 *$1197  33 h.p. Evinrude 19"68* $395  40 h.p. Evinrude m. 1968 ..$495  9.8 h.p. Merc. L/S  $220  ���Includes controls  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883?2266  5132-40  Kubota 8���11  hp  Diesel Engine  Single cylinder, water cooled,  complete with reverse gear &  controls. Safe, reliable, economical power for fishboat,  yacht or work-boat. Electric  or hand start. Priced from $598  DODWELL DIESEL AND  EQUIPMENT LTD.  645 West 8th Ave. Vancouver 9  Phone 874-1161  or contact Esso Marine,  Pender   Harbour,   B.C.  5069-41  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    FOR SALE (Continued) WANTED TO BUY (Con��.)  17'  PLYWOOD cabin cruiser,  Trim tabs, 1968 40 HP Johnson motor, $800. 886-7793.  5141-43  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  14 FT. El-Camino house trailer.  May  be  seen at Elder-  kin's. PorjJoise Bay, Rd.,   Sechelt. Ph. 885-9691.       5044-41  8  X  35' Glendale 2  bedroom  furnished   trailer, - $2500   on  terms. Ph. 885-2419, Sundance  Trailer Court, Sechelt.  51G9-43  CARS & TRUCKS  1962~C*HEVY 2.  Station wag-  gon. Good, running order, 5  good tires. 885-2187.      5154-43  ���63  JEEP  Oil   6.  8  ft.   box,  dual tanks, hubs. $600 cash.  Ph.  885-2421. 5157-41  rv, radio and stereo repairs.  Prompt service in your home,  or at our fully equipped shop.  Ayrcs Electronics, Sunshine  Coast Highway, Gibsons. Ph.  886-7117. 4720-tfn  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  ""OR Eiectrolux supplies phone  885-9474.  . 4769-tfn  SADDLE   with   14   inch   seat  for sale. Good condition, $50.  Ph. 885-9312. 5152-41  1959 PONTIAC camper. Good  condition.  Ph.  885-2315.  5161-41  LOST  LOST AUG. 23: Convertible  boat top, with aluminum  framework. Between Gibsons  launching ramp, to Langdale  terminal, back to Gibsons���Sechelt and East Porpoise Bay  Road. Reward. Cail" G. Prost  885-9657. 5126-40  GREEN canvas knapsack, .lost  between Halfmoon Bay and  Gibscns.    McMillan,    Madeira  Park, B.C. 5168-41  PETS ' ~  TOY   and   miniature   poodle  puppies. Most colours, innoc-  ulated. From $50. 885-9797.  5066-41  KITTENS, free to a good home.  Ph. 885-2384. 5147-41  FOR SALE  FIREWOOD -��� Seasoned, dry,  split alder,   fireplace ready.  Delivered.  $25  per cord.   Ph.  886-2717. 5097-tfn  1949 CHEV. %  tof flat deck.  17"   wheels,   3   speed   box.  $175. Ph. 885-9463.        5175-41  HORNED ..Dorset ram. 3  yrs.  old*.   Elander   Farm,   Shaw  Road,  Gibsons.  Ph.  886-2400.  5146-41  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ������  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  v skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  1 WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  ��� Volkswagen  ��� Honda  ��� Starcraft Products  ��� Sportsman Products  -Johnson Outboards  ��� Marine Accessories  ��� General  & Glendale Mobile Homes  ��� IHC Trucks  ��� Alaskan Campers  ��� Factory  Authorized  dealer  for all above  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  885-2812 ,885-9646  ^'Financing Available"  .. 5133-40  WANTED TO BUY  HOME, cottage or lot with  view & easy access to beach.  Welcome Beach, Damp Bay or  Secret Cove area. No agents.  Reply Box 4996 c/o Peninsula  Times, Box "310, Sechelt, B.C.  - 5112-42  LEGAL NOTICES  MY wife -having left my bed  and boiird due to a hiinor  illness, I wiil no -tonger be  responsible for any debts incurred in my name by any  other than myself, from September 4, 1970,' 'till further  notice. .(Signed) Clarence  Blackstock, Sechelt, B.C.  5153-41  PINT  jars   wanted.   Ph.   886-  .9534. 5145-41  Form Np. 1  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  for Disposition of Crown Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate near  Sechelt, British Columbia.  Take notice that Construction Aggregates Ltd. of North  Vancouver, B.C., occupation  sand and gravel company intends to apply for a disposition of the following described  lands:��� Lot 2372, Group 1,  New Westminster District.  Commencing at a post  planted south west corner of  lot 2372; thence north 5,280  feet more Or less; thence east  5,280 feet more or less; thence  south 1,320 feet more or less;  thence West 1,320 feet more or  Jess; thence south 3,960 feet  more -or less thence west 3,960  feet more or less, and containing 520 acres, more or less, for  the purpose of sand and gravel  quarrying.  Construction Aggregates Ltd.  Agent P. E. Ross, P. Eng.  Dated August 18, 1970.  5050-pub. Aug. 26, Sept. 2, 9,  16,  1970  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico 11:15 o.m.  PASTOR, Mr. R. Allaby  PHONE 886-7502  All Welcome  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service  11  a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ���- 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evcnirta Sorvico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutut  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.    .  Gibtoni United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a,m,  P0r> Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd ond 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev, Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  ���v-v^lii^&rZtef* ^^VXi**-***-^ ��wr**  ��� /" Wp  C-7ff*Miri IT   AitSt?M(r*IIR'S   ITlAYir   ISaAtft  aaaTUajalary Btaaaaai ���       ��-��aaa*lEa�����*��*)��aBa����aa*      avniaa     ���   a�����uav  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsulo Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please noje that space is limited and some advance dotes moy  have to wait their turn; also thot this is a ���'reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  '    *        v  Sept. .9---8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  Sept. 9���1 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt. TOPS Club meeting.  Sept 10���2 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall. Sechet Hospital AuxMitjjx. Regular  Meeting..  Sept. 11���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  Sept. 13���7 p.m. Gibsons Athletic Hall. Meeting to organize Soccer  Programme. S.C, Juvenile Soccer Assn.  Sept 14.���7:30 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall.' Sechelt. Registration night for  1st Sechelt Wolf Cub Pack.  Sept. 16���8 p.m. Gibsons Elementary School (new classroom) Sechelt &  Dist.  Retarded Children's Assn.  Meeting.  Sept. 19���2-8 p.m. St. Hildo's Holl, Sechelt. Fall Flower Show & tea.  Sept. 26���8 p.m. Roberts Creek Holl. Giant Bingo. .  Sept. 27���-1 p.m. Gibsons Elementary School Opening of Retarded  Children's Association, new classroom.  Sept. 30���Closing date for application to bc placed on Regional, Municipal and School District Voters list.  19 year olds eligible to apply.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Sorvico  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Sechelt 885-2235  /ouf^EMOBC Biff  24 HOURS  Gibsons 886-7015  ���Xi  WESS  n/mnn  Lili  Z&LivJ  ui  ���<r  JV.  m  WALT tWGISEN  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 086-9303  Quality  House  ond  Marino  Point,  "FIUST AID) FOIS CARS"  PART II  1  PENINSULA  PLUM3ING LTD.  Dealer for  Supor Kcm Tone.  and Sherwln Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  organ's  ��car  en's  G.W.G.  Work  Clothci  Work Gloves  SECHELT, B.C.  Remember, now paint will not adhere to a dirty or  greasy surface, so wash thoroughly and use tho proper  cleaning agents to remove road tar^ grease or oil. Before  painting, it is wise to put your car in a garage or protected  place where there is very little dust, Dust can ruin new paint.  Bare metal should bc given a light coat of metal primer  before you apply the top coat Check with your dealer for  the correct primer to use. Let tho primer dry overnight, and  sand lightly boforo you apply tho top coat,  Touch-up paint with a small brush applicator should  bo used for small nicks and scratches, Spray cans of touch-up  paint aro also available for larger damaged areas, Don't try  to paint a large area such as a deck or door. This typo of work  requires the skill of a professional car painter, When using a  spray applicator, it is easy to spray too much or cover a larger  area than you intended to cover, so practice ahead of lime,  Mar.k areas you do not want lo paint, with newspapers and  masking tape,  When applying top cont enamol, remember thot severol  thin coots aro better than ono heavy coat, Sand lightly  between each coat, Tho paint should be completely dry  boforo sanding ond recanting. After the enamel has dried  for several days, it can be polished with a buffing compound  to make II blend with the qrlginal finish,  By taking over easy ond Inoxpesive touch-up painting on  your car, you can save yourself many repair bills and own a  car you're proud to drive!  TWBIM CilEEIi  LUHBEil &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monamel & Breeze  Paints  Sunshine Coast  Highway near  GIDSONS  Phono 886-2808  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists-  Fine Custom Furnituro  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phono 886-2551 ���,"*"-  Free Estimates - Fast Service  *<> G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area ond the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402  > Box 185, Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest -  "Ten years to pay  Complete tine of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A CoU-  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, dosses & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvicw 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,  Canodo's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886.7721        Ros. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's -, Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beninger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All Kinds of Concrete Work  Albeit Ronnbcrg 886-2996  Welcome to The Floorshlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Duffing . Window Cleaning  REASONAI1LF. RATES  KEN C. STRANGE  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  I  .la*'.  TT;; ���*���  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Camper Site*, Fully Modern Cabins,  Ten! Ing Groond*.  Launching Romp, Hoot Rentals, Moorng-  Uncrowdcd Natural Soiling In lho ll.-oit o| lho  Flihlng Grounds., Follow lho sign*..  883-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Park, D.C.  ����� IHIm.. ill���wi ���,.11.   i,.ii.���������.������....������.���.������.���ii..,^..,������������..,,,,    ..���..���������������........i ..,.���������. a���.,..-,  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block  Next to tho Co-op Store  Gtt-sont. 806-2322  ~���5 : > '���r���  HALL SHEfef METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Tclepimtio 885-9606  Box 164, Secholt, B.C.  i'r  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Black - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-1 Se STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 086-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler-  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  ������.��������� .mi '     A    i . i ��� ������   i  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  THE TOGGERY    .  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phom 885^3  Cowrie Street, Seclielt  Bernina & Omega  -Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C&S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  >ANADIAN    J^ ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMAThS  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - S^helt, B.C.  ���.���������.......iiii...���������....-.���i.������. ������iaai      n    I -a. ���iia. 11- ���     i   p|  ROY & WAGENJ  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K&C Thcrmoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.  Phono 885-9767  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  DJv. of Coast Dockhoo & Trucking Ltd.  Fibreglass peptic Tanks sold and Installed  Drain Tlio - Cement - Reinforcing Rods  Distribution Roxoa, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOJ  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows -��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Sreamfittihg - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 \ 886-2848  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood.   We   deliver   on   tha  Sunshine Coost.  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.  Phono 321-2388  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494  **��� RNIE WIDMAN  Efor all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTC  Residential,  Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anvwhore In Canada.  Goncral Freight.  Low-bed and heavy  hauling.  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gjbsons, B.C.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Dle.sol Repairs - Woldlna  Evinrudo Salos ��� OMC Parts & Sorvico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taplnrj and Filling by hand and machine  ���Spray Tax Sporklo Ceilings���>  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  , Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying tor  Landscaping and Trees,  Phono 886-2684  vsssssnt  O  DON'T AAISS THE EVANGELIST  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE, GOWER POINT ROAD  "    GIBSONS  THURSDAY and  FISIDAY att G:GO p.m.  SUNDAY at X!:��0 a.m. ami 7:00 p.m.  O A BLESSING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY O  Biwm��WF^jiPW^Wpy.*TTW^^^  .-II*  -"���a-* *?�����.*' *-���  !��� *-*H->*-a ��!�������  **  **     ��h-Ma��aA  ��*��  4W**- *>����i'-'*-ldr*'��**-A.*    ^   *. -r�� *       i   *t  J  ���afea-al-lv A **��� ���-*,.�����, a* (*������..������)���. ** (,  *l l*|><aa>ltaja-a   .rfaa, 49fe*tL4*J al*   ���*     ���   -",!��"������ J  c a* ��n. *.     -*�����������*.���,    f* rt .*     j*   p    .T*-   a-      alf     a* /n. 11  ���     ", A "A' % s^Sh*"��� ?'  .a*?V.UaF..ial....^u-..^i.L..aha.   .fa.-**���*������ ��� !������" ��� "     'all   aaajaaVl al  n-";,^)**^*^ l^��*^Wl*^i^��^f^tfti^fAi^*fJ  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 9, 1970  Local students pass  music examinations  MUSIC students' from  Davis Bay.  Half-  mcon Bay. and Madeira Park hav*-*. received word that they have passed" the  following examinations:  Royal Conservatory of. Music: Piano:  Grade 1,~ Elaine Antilla (1st Class Hons),  Sheila Harris (1st Class Hens); Paul Phillips (Hons). Grade 2, Lhevinne Talento  (Hons), Martina Phillips (Hcn��), Jean  Cameron (Hons), Maureen Cameron,  Deirdre Murphy. Grade 3, Rosemary Malcolm. Wilfred Phillips. Grade 4. Heather  Walker. Grado 5. Dennise Dombroski  (Hons), M.-ji*yv:Cameron.  Theory: Grade 2, Carson Dov!^ (1st  Class Hons). Gratis 1, Karen Dombroski  (1st Cass Hons). Dennis Dombrzrki (1st  Class Hons), Mary Cameron (1st Class  Hons), Heather Walker (Hons). Preliminary, Deirdre Murphy (1st. Class Hens).  Maureen Cameron (1st Cla^s Hons). Wilfred Phillips (1st Class Hons). Marjorb  McKay.  Guitar, Grade 1. Luke Peters (Is: Ckws..  Hons),  Runnell Cunningham (Hons).  Trinity College of Music (London,  England): Guitar, Grade 2, Marjorie McKay (Pass with  Merit).  SFU guide service  changes schedules  STUDENT Guide Service at Simon Fra-  Sa.r Uniygi'sity has chanced over to its  ft-'ll schedule of free conducted tours on  weekends and holidays only.  Tours .start from Ihe University entrance every hour on the half hour from  10:30 a.m.  to  5:30  p.m.  Some 7,000 persons took advantage of  the summ.-r schedule of daily tours to  visit Simcn Fraser during Julv and August.  Tim M-Jcdonald, a sixth-semester sociology student who co-ordinated the guide  service during the summer, said the  guidos played host to visitors from all  over the world.  Visitors to the campus on weekends  and holidays may park free in the undercover area of the University mall.  Midweek tours for special groups may  be arranged by calling or writing the  University Information Office. Simon  Fraser University, Burnaby 2, (phone 291-  3210).  vf^!;!"'Av'!l'��i  A��A   '    r '<��� \   ���  JA -A "A   1   v'?  ���As** V'nV ft ,**�����,  Ki.7 ,   >'(  ��      *  **���$  *5>��,'  )  >.*J*ar*S'.v ���*���*  <"*/=>-  WO  \~  ���'FFaSi  -r��l*i**m*8r-miM**riaiit  a. u tatty     UiaW  It is back to school for six year-old    Gilmore's  Kelly Reeves, daughter ���of Mr. and  Mrs. Gordon Reeves of Sechelt but  at this moment Kelly pictured w'.th  Mrs. .Alex Gilmore, is busy drawing  lucky numbers which will give prizes  to students who bought supplies at  1589 Marine Drive  Gibsons. B.C.   We welcome-Mr*-A/Vally��� Peterson.^to our firm.-  Wally with years of experience in the Construction  Industry, will help us to make professional appraisals  and the best possible service to our Clients.  W. Peterson, 886-2877  McMynn Realty, 886-2248  s  8  the Times. Today's numbers will be  posted in the store window.  Clarke -*-- Wheeler . . .  Catholic Church wedding  pretty double ring event  "wm&  t^j-Mi^^  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  M/kRKEL  Electric Heat  ^JVHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 885-2*062  ���ay iijuj nu-IHt��t".*i��JHIiniiiii|.i'��*lL'F,"i)i)l'Mll��."iri  XFf' *U  -AFM^   l��\fAjjl�� F-.t.  at!   a   -ft   *  X���-   ..��3l.��l,<tX,...X:.:.*,   |Ht��i..   .,".FF.|a..;.",*.F.��   *  I  *\*i*j1ViiAi .  torn*  HOLY Family  Catholic Church. Sechelt,  was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Saturday, August 29th when Rev.  D. Kenny united in marriage Jo-Anne  Marie Wheeler and Donald Douglas  Clarke.  The bride is thc youngest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler of Selma  Park, and thc groom is the eldest son  of Harold W. Clarke and the late Evelyn  S. B. Clarke of Gibsons, B.C.  Pink and white roses, gladiolus, white  daisies and baby's breath, decorated the  church for the double ring ceremony  which took place at 1 p.m. Organist was  Mr. Jack Mayne.  Escorted by her father, the bride  walked through an archway of white  gladiolus, stephanotis and purple heather,  looking radiantly lovely in her entrain  gown of poi de soi styled in mid-Victorian  fashion with high lace collar, empire  waistline and long full a sleeves, with  richly laced cuffs. Her three tiered bouffant veil was held by orange blossom  and she carried a cascade bouquet of  long stemmed red roses with green fern  and red satin bow. Her gold chain and  cross was thc groom's gift \ot his bride.  Matron ^oi ��� honour was Mrs. Diana  Eberle, sister of the bride; Mrs. Julie  Clarke, sister-in-law of the groom, was  bridesmaid. Both wore lime green floor  length dresses of peau de creme with  empire waistlines trimmed wilh daisies  unci carried nosegays of rust and yellow  chrysanthemums and white carnations.  Miss Sherri Eberle was flowergirl dressed  draw is bein^made today.ASato-   Gafdeil Clllb SCh8flUleS  day's winning numbers are listed in    n      ,     th m  Gilmore's ad in this week's issue of   JSepI.   I lOWei   OUOW  SECHELT Garden Club held its first  meeting after summer recess on September 2nd in St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt.  Main topic of business was the Fall  Flower Show scheduled for Saturday,  September 19th in St. Hilda's Hall from  2 to 8 p.m. The show will again feature  the very popular sale of plants and tea  will be served in the hall made colorful  and fragrant with beautiful autumn blossoms. Admission charge of 50c for adults  and 25c for children also includes a  chance of winning the door prize  Judges will be Mr. Kirkland, Mrs  Martin from Ann Lynn's Florists and  Mr. Dave Doig from Sechelt Garden  Centre.  Next meeting of the club will be  October 7th at 8 p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall.  Special guest at this meeting will be  Mrs. Don Munday, wife of the well-known  mountaineer, who Will be speaking and  showing her outstanding collection of  slides.  Mrs. Munday is such an excellent  photographer that the club thought it  would be a nice gesture to. invite the  general   public.  ^^^iVMa*^^  jPupiwwfmpim'Bwi  SUNSHINE COAST JUVENILE SOCCER ASSOCIATION  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER  13,  1970 at 7 PM.  GIBSONS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION  HALL  > *.  All those interested in promoting soccer on the Peninsula. Please  Attend.  Anyone   requiring  further  information   phone  Terry Connor 886-7040.  gWM'*"����'>������<��w^  in floor length gown of pink taffeta  trimmed with white daisies and earrying  a small white basket of yellow and rust  chrysanthemums and white carnations  topped by a green and yellow bumble  bee.  Mr. Leonard Clarke, brother of the  groom was best man and Mr. Al Boser  was usher.  Reception was held in the Legion  Hall, Sechelt where purple heather and  white gladiolus formed an archway for  the receiving line. "White lace and damask  covered the bridal table where the three  tiered cake was surrounded by a table  decoration of pink tulle with pink roses  and lily of the valley. Crystal candelabra  completed the decor.  Mr. Jack Mayne proposed the toast  to the bride. Among the congratulatory  wishes was a telegram received frbrra^ an  aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carlisle  of San Carlos, California.  For her daughter's wedding Mrs.  Wheeler chose a lace ensemble of royal  purple with champagne accessories. Her  corsage was a pink orchid set in feathered  carnations.  Ladies Auxiliary to Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 140 were caterers.  Thc bridal bouquet was presented by  the bride to Mrs. Douglas Meldrum, of  Gibsons, the sister of thc late Evclvn  Clarke.  The honeymoon was spent touring  Vancouver Island and for travelling the  bride chose a dark green suede leather  vest and skirt with pale green long-  sleeved tailored blouse, white and black  ���.ruikeskh. shoes and purse. Upon their  return, the young couple will reside in  North  Vancouver,  B.C.  Out of town guests included: Mr. and  Mrs. H. Gurniak, Vancouver; Mr. and  Mrs. K, Taylor, Coquitlam; Mr. and Mr.s  C. Neufeld. Williams Lake; Mr. and Mrs  R, Clarke, Okanagan Falls; Mr. and Mr.*-,  L. Clarke, Langley; Misses Denise aiul  Deborah' Clarke; Mrs. L, Wolff, North  Vancouver; Mrs. V. Condon; Miss A, Condon, Powoll River; Mr, and Mrs. Neil  Ranson; Mr. imd Mr.s. G. Roy; Miss A  Anton, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. D, Rush-  ton and family,  Richmond,  -'-*' ������-��������� *in  \   ' J   'i"'*WJJjii,*mj)M��~H'  ...'.. 7kr.*7u '..<'.. a;  ANY LADIES INTERESTED  IN" BOWLING IN THE  LADIES' BOWLING LEAGUE  ON TUESDAY EVENINGS,  PLEASE CONTACT MRS. A.  BYSTEDT AT 885-9528 EVES.  A ll<<<    1,1,111i*[i''yityM,wiywMMi��Piiytkf iJaiai��a.ii'MtiW'',''��',''**''*V.,  V . f-- ,   -S * 7 />,*>��*.&    S'.i7 W, '��    ���j  Vi ." ..IIW'liillllllftilliraKullfll^iiriaaawaJnti^lafeiMliniii'^a.ii'.lin   inn  .v^gs-M^'s^-,^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  1970-1971  QUALIFICATIONS  The names of registered property owners will automatically be  placed on the list of voters. This should be checked when the preliminary  list is posted on October 20, 1970, prior to the Court of Revision held  November 2   1970.  Qualified persons OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNERS, may have  their names entered on the list provided they have the qualifications  shown below. A DECLARATION to this effect must be filed with the  Municipal Clerk, on a form provided, within one week of being made, at  the Municipal Office, South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.  THE LIST OF VOTERS WILL CLOSE AT 5 P.M. WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 30, 1970  QUALIFICATIONS FOR PERSONS  OTHER THAN REGISTERED PROPERTY OWNERS  RESIDENT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or other British subject  of the full age of 19 years, who has resided continuously in the  Village of Gibsons, as now extended, for six (6) months prior to the  submission of the prescribed Declaration.  TENANT ELECTOR���A Canadian Citizen or other British subject of  the full age of 19 years, who has been a tenant in occupation continuously of real property in the Village of Gibsons, as now  extended, for not less than six (6) months immediately prior to the  submission of the prescribed Declaration. Those eligible are  occupants of rented premises, who do not reside in the Village of  Gibsons.  CORPORATIONS���The name of a corporation is not automatically  placed on the list of electors. Corporations owning property or  qualifying as Tenant-electors, are required to file with the Municipal Clerk written authorization naming some person of the full  age of 19 years, Canadian or British subject, as its voting agent.  Such authorization must be filed not later than 5 p.m. September  30, 1970. This will remain in effect until it is revoked or replaced  by the Corporation.  The foregoing applies to the Village of Gibsons Municipal List of  Electors only, for use at the Municipal elections in December, 1970.  If further information is required telephone the Municipal Office,  886-2543.  Gibsons, B.C.  September 4,  1970  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  ��g��aMB[M<i��g����^^  4*2  **>**v    W-afa  *"(.��  'V  7T7x*7F\  *f   " F     aa-  AASa^^-vff,  Gibsons ��� Phono 886-2337  A Bonus Snviiifjs Account is tho  Wool wny lo build up your nost ong.  You con withdraw monoy nny timo,  but only nt lho bank, so you'ro not  tumptod to write choquos. With n  Bonus Snvinns Account, you tond  to snvo moro, And yon fjot n bin  GVaVu cf-lculntod monthly, credited  ..omi-nnmif.lly, Mutch up n Bonus  Sfivinfls Account with n Royal Bnnk  Porsonnl Chequing Account (or pny-  inn tho bills. And tnko this hint from  mo: save for something.  I'm hnppy to pny you 6V,% on a  Bonus Savings Account. And just  as hnppy to tako an ovon bigger Intorost in you, Thnt Intorost adds up  too. Drop in and soo.  re flake  at the  OYALBA  YOUR LOCAL BRANCH  IS LOCATED  ON THE SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS  Phono 086-2337  KIDS  OUTGROWN  THEIR CLOTHES. .  TOYS . . .  FURNITURE?  GET CASH  THROUGH  AD-BRIEFS  FOR FAST  ACTION, PHONE  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Thcso  advertising space*, aro  real bargains for you,  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phone 085-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  \  a,~WV    ���  .fiT v, A v*  ^A%>^  XfcVaat       ,   A 1'       4    "a  vK, A*����  "aaljF     .'-  ���V**  /r*  'AAA A k   .A Si >  *., a  *...'vn..,!l*'y'l\   *LA*f��)  ���v*4 7    'A- 7 Ji      uA��v   / \      A *-"'* .  Uv.ir'-V >"-���-", *<faW**:*4(F- *����      \   ,V,,iU ,'a,t��*  &AAA'- 4' * 77 \a��;jv A>  KlU7K7i> &  !..��..; i1-.".-  .>mae��L  Tlio rwloa Imvo ohangod. So Jma tho uniform. But ono ntylo in ntlU what it waa  toaok thon. OM Btyio. It'n otill browort nlow And nnturnt for ronl mon who  2inow tho roal tiling. That's why It's your otylo. Taohlo ono tonight ana aoo.  Be��7 cr 13  Slow brewed and naturally aged  llils advertlSaJliiont h not |)ublir*het�� w Ul>j.ilfljfcU ly tin* Lujuur Cyntiol Uo��ra or bj* ||i�� Oyvcrmucnt of British Columbia.  DESPABtt OR  BUY, SELL,  FSNP WORK.  PHOIME  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Thoso  advertising spaces aro  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only, For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 0B5-9654, ask for  special od rates,  fl��,  >���..  <������*  ���..a-m. ��*���. ..*��.l-m^m^m,*.! ,0.m&**b,^mi*j*Kn #*��� *t.m��fa��t��i 0k 0.M fa  Tho Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 9, 1970  Around Gibsons  ���-by Marion Charman  ���ROBERT    Nixon,  Elphinstone graduate,  -who���attended-the"  "BXAlnstitute of  Technology, is now enjoying his work in  the Forestry (road and Transportation  Crew), with headquarters at Lillooet and  travelling between there and Pemberton.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Horseman and family  were accompanied by Mrs. Andrews from  South Burnaby, when they toured Vancouver Island for 8 days, visiting relatives  at Nanaimo, Youbou, Chemainus and  Campbell River.  Mrs. Alice Hardman has enjoyed having summer visitors, Miss McDiamid and  Miss Lennex, also Mr. and Mrs. Water-  house, out from the city. Earlier in the  season, Mrs. McLeas who is a nurse at'  Shaughnessy Hospital and Mrs. Bald from  Vancouver were guests of Mrs. Hardman  for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. Reg Godfrey enjoyed a  vacation  in the Okanagan.  Capt. and Mrs. John Bunyan and Miss  Susan Bunyan had an interesting camper  trip when they motored to Calgary. At  Card.slon. Alta., they visited the Mormon  temple which is very impressive. Crossing over into the States, thc travellers  saw the Grand Coulee at night, showy  with multi-colored floodlights. At Missoula. Montana, the Bunyans visited  Yvonne Mcuchcl, They gathered souvenirs  and took slide.'; of many fascinating  places. -4  Guest   of  Mr.  and  Mrs.   Erie  White  Whites were weekend visitors to Chilliwack and also attended the Washington  Fair at Lynden. A cousin from Portland,  Oregon also visited Mr. and Mrs. White!  Cy Piket of Quesnel was a- visitor  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson  Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dodd, also  of Quesnel were guests of the Moores.  Spending a week here was Miss Gwen  Moore, a niece from Delta. The family  visited Mrs. Moore's brother, Mr. and  Mrs. R. Douglas Reid at Hope Point,  Gambier.  Mr. Bill Cook is home from hospital. ���  Mrs.   Blanche  Horseman,   who  spent'  some time in Alberta, where she attended  a family reunion, has since returned from  a visit  with relatives on Vancouver Island.  Clarence Cook has returned to Bute  Inlet after visiting here.  CELEBRATION  On Saturday, August 29th, the home  of Mr.-and Mrs. Ray Coates at Port  Moody, was invaded by a group of friends  from Gibsons. The occasion was the 21st  birthday of Margaret Coates and those  attending from here were Bradshaw McKenzie: Miss Fay Flockhart; D. K. Ken-  nett; Robby Boyce; Harold and Shirley  Wray; Reginald Price; D. S. Swanson;  Twiggy Wray> Terry Rhodes and friend;  Bruce, Mary.- and Susie Puchalski; Vicki  and Gus Johnson; Wendy Tracy; Ted  Fiedler; Rocky Zantoles; Mr. and*���Mrs.  Robert Coates. Former Gibsons residents,  Mr. and Mrs. Len Coates of Port Co-  *-��� quitlam were among pthers who attended.  MORE ABOUT...  @ Health inspector  ���from page A-l  sent thc health unit "speaking to them  docs not provide them with anything on  their books regarding the situation", he  said.  Aid. Watson expressed the view that  council "is stirring a big pot".  Aid. Joe Benner disagreed and added  that the real estate office also has a  dental mechanic operating there and he  has to go through the real estate office  and through a kitchen for toilet facilities.  "There aro rules 'regarding Ihis too", he  said.  The clerk asked that council let the  matter rest with him until such time he  has cheeked rurth.'i* with tin; health unit.  Mayor Swain agieed but made clear  the fact he is nol happy wllh the situation as il  stands.  MORE ABOUT...  �� Regional Bylaws  ���{��� ���from  pngo   A-l  Const Garibaldi Health Unit was approved  to the amount of $100, In seconding the  motion, Aid, Watson snl<| ho Is opposed  in principle, The program should ho  financed by the provincial health department but right now council Is being  blackmailed by the Provincial Government,  EXTENSION  Following recent discussion regarding  extension of the village office to Include  a rcii,.oiiiil>lc council chumhci* which  would include facilities for public attendance, It Iiiin been decided to consider providing accoinmodaliui, for other  public bodies such as tin* court house,  probation  oil lee etc,  Letter Idol week from the Attorney  Gcnei'iil's I'cp'irlinent sl<it<*d council's  |.i<*l*<*:,i*|.*i arc being considered anil It is  hoped to submit iei|uiienientM lo council  shortly,  In Ihe- inennlliiie, council has agreed  to, contact other governmental departments wllh ihe object of centralizing all  such agencies   lu one centre.  Bountiful Harvest  was a nephew  from  Chilliwack.  The    Grownwithout the aid of spraysor . giant ptlmpkins pictured here with  araaffiEsaaas  ZEE  Sechelt Peninsula  Rod 4 6un Club  Meefini  Thursday,  September iOtti  8 p.m.  at tlie Cltib Mouse  chemical fertilizers, the crop this  year on the market garden of Mr.  and Mrs. George Charman, Gibsons  is truly bountiful. In great demand  are the citrons used for preserves,  hubbard and acorn squash and the  Mr. .Charman. Crop this year has  included green beans, potatoes, corn,  besides the vine crops and carrots  nbw ripening in the well tended  garden on the S bends at Gibsons.  ���Y'Y-T  L.  **" **--������.,  TZ^Bi*  ��� 77777mm^i^im  Colourful Crop  Grown for either decorative or culin- nier squash make deleotable eating,  ary purposes the whimsical gourds The gourds, especially those with  and sweet flavoured squash being yellow tops and green bottoms and  harvested here by Mrs, Marion Char- others either plain or striped with  man of Gibsons, come in a fantastic smooth or bumpy surfaces, when  variety of colours and shapes. The dried are used for decorative pur-  while crookneck and pattypan sum- poses or toys for children.  MMMMNHMMWMiaMiMaNIMHHtHM^^  �� rots i si  MOWS VMBV SH  aci to school mm  ON SATURDAY, '.SEPTEMBER 5thf THE  FOLLOWING NUMBER? WEI-IE DRAWH:.-.  S3 - 55 - 17 - 35 ���'- 37 - 26 - 31-19  3G - 36 - 5�� - 7  If your number is here bring your tickets in and  claim your prize.  Our thanks to all our Customers ond wo Wish you Every Succqbb  in your Studios during tho School Year . . .  pr^w for more prizes  today, Wednesday, September 9th'  Numbers for this draw will bo postod in our  window 4 p.m. Wednesday,  WATCH FOR THESE NUM&ERS.  LM08E'  Mill?  Phono 085-9343  Safe motoring  AMQNG the thousands of youngsters returning to school will be many who  use their bicycles for transportation,  Motorists will be on the alert for bicycle riders but the riders themselves  can do much to ensure their own safety.  While all youngsters should know the  basic traffic laws before they are allowed  out on their bikes, the B.C. Automobile  Association offers these additional tips  for safe riding.  ��� Keep well back from moving cars  ��� they may stop suddenly.  ��� Be smart on left turns. Drive straight  across the street close to the right curb.  Wait for the light to change. Then start  off in the new direction ��� with the  light. Walk your bicycle when crossing  busy streets and intersections.  ��� Be alert for pedestrians who might  step from between parked cars.  ��� Be on the lookout for doors of  parked cars which might open on the  street side.  ��� Avoid driving too fast down hill,  or on rough slippery roads ��� Good drivers  avoid skids.  ��� Cross streetcar and railroad tracks  fairly straight across ��� then your bike  won't skid on the tracks.  ��� Play fair on your bike by showing  good driving sportsmanship to pedestrians,  other bike riders, and automobile drivers.  The BCAA says that'if all bike riders  will incorporate the above tips with the  basic traffic laws and ride with care,  common sense and courtesy, countless accidents  could be avoided. ���  WINDOW REPAIRS - PATS�� SCREEN POC5RS  FREE ESTIMATES  ^i||Ji<��i!i|��li'��IJff'Wi..ilTWTO^  mmmtmmHmmMmtmmmm��fmtmmm  mmmmmmmmmmmw��mmmmm��im  SAMDERS - CER/1ENT IHIXERS - PA8OT SPRAYERS  1ACICS - CHAIEU SAWS - TYPEWRITERS  JACK MAIMERS - PUSWS - ADDIMG L^ACHIHES  VACUUMS AND RUG SHAIOTOOERS ,  DRILLS - ROTO TILLERS - POWER RAHES  EXCERCISE BIKE - BELT VIBRATORS  WHEEL PULLERS - AUTOMOTIVE TOOLS  RADIOS - PORTABLE TV's  CHAIN BLOCHS ... ETC. ETC.  WE BUY AHD SELL USED FURNITURE  AMD GOODS OF ALL KMBS  Davis Bay - Phone 8-8S-2848 - Evenings 885-2151  g.:***^^^  l ���ifa v-iWVa-rl ih i[|'V'^.i*^*^*a--*|A''��-'-**- J*r.4.f*l.m  n-I/tW]. 6  ��� ���������4  mi  r\     \ I i       V        /  W��QL  ]��M? imm  Q  \  ) O  (  ���>  >  4    '  tl  A  t      *  il  J  When a doctor lakes candid shots of your  spine, it's because your back huils.  5,562 people in B.C, woro disabled by  work-caused back injuries last year. And most  of those injuries could have been avoided,  To prevent a pain in the back, learn to  lift tho correct ways  1. Bend your knees. 2.Gct down, so your arms,  legs and back can share tho load.  3. Keep your back straight and lift slowly.  And if it's too heavy, don't even try. Get help.  Somo back injuries aro tho result of arthritis,  or othor back disease. Othor ailments aro   ,  caused by spinal defects you wd'ro born with.  They're likely to hurt you sooner or later.  But if your back injury is caused by your job,  tho Workmen's Compensation Board can help  you wilh tho best of medical care and  rehabilitation therapy.  Y^e can givo you somo candid advico, fooj  next timo you lift something, save your bade.  Use your head.  uibRKriienS  compensanon  BoaRDsa  \  .��.-*    **.****     A    -Sl*-f^.��V*��>    ���*���*���  *.*    �����*.#*������*  *.*������     a*   an.^1-   ���    a***** ������'���t..*���**���   ^��n.a��   ���* aa.k\) aaO, a^ ^.^.���i^y.,,,.,,^^ Mmwt *rr*��gf*f "^-"a W yy iy*f if ��wpj  / "��fcu   7.   T,$l| '^���l*.#W- ^aaliM        ,    *fA^^I    7^^ -&     Wit     ' V       'A * "  ��        .   ���    *  M'      �� ^i*B i ^il^ Afi'M rrifS-i. A  Hon. Les Peterson . . .   a- _ /  Labour Minister's - message  seeks inaiistrial ��� liarmoiiY  mmm^vKWiimmm  Cl'.Al  n't*'*��  '.  \?/   ;. {&��� 4 ]7��  v  - *&��  //A "<  a J^      A    A  v*. -;��*?  "Xf  fr"\  '^ ^ 7 f-A  f-  -?&-  r  J  ^  Q  QISL THIS-special occasion.vLabour Day  1970, it is fitting that we pause and  take stock of the many gains that have  been made as we enter a new decade.  The. 1960's were notable for their  increase in real income, and, therefore,  an improved standard of living. During  the ten-year period, population grew 29  per cent, while the labour force increased  48 per cent and total employment was  5 J per cent greater. At the same time,  jotal personal income more than doubled  and retail sales grew approximately 85"  |>er cent. Our record is an outstanding  one to be envied by all sections of the  eountiy. but we cannot rest on our laurels.  "Much remains to be done and higher  standards attained.  Unfortunately, there are a number of  ob-staclcs which stand in our way: theije  is inflation which must be overcome, high  interest rates to be reduced, a gain in  productivity achieved and labour-management relations to be greatly improved.  tJiitess we successfully surmount these  difficulties, we cannot make the progress  that wc arc capable of.  Let us co-operate and work actively  together, therefore, to achieve these goals  rather than allow conflict and dissension  to deter us, to the end that we will have  a better British Columbia and a better  Canada during the  1970's.  Ever notice how as things get smaller,  the price gets bigger? And the most expensive way to celebrate your wife's  birthday is to not get her anything at  all.  MB reports . . .  -'Arf:  y $*��s^  Labour unrest restricted  student summer employment  Celebration  Surrounded by family and friends,  Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Baldwin of  Selma Park celebrated their diamond  Wedding anniversary recently. Pictured from left are, son Harvey from  At Selma Park  Dawson Creek; Mr. Russell; daughter Mrs. Anna Ebach from Wilson  Creek; Mrs. Russell and son Bud  from Camrose, Alberta.  60th wedding anniversary  brings letter from Queen  MR. AND Mrs. Russell L. Baldwin of  Selma Park, were guests of honour  at a small reception held at Wilson Creek  Hall on Saturday, August 29th, 1970, when  relatives and friends gathered to celebrate  their 60th wedding anniversary.  Attending were their three children,  Harvey of Dawson Creek, B.C.; Bud of  Camrose, Alberta and Anna of Wilson  Creek, their families and friends. Two  very special friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. Elliott, formerly of Saskatchewan and now  living at Sardis, also attended the celebration.  The hall was beautifully decorated for  the happy occasion. Centering the head  table was the three-tiered Diamond Anniversary cake made by Mrs. Anna Ebach  and. richly decorated with, white icing  ahd pink iced rosebuds.  Letters of congratulation were read  from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth; Governor General Roland Michener; Hon. J.  R. Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor of  B.C., Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudcau; Hon. W. A. C. Bennett, Premier of  British Columbia and Hon. Isabel Daw  son,  Minister without Portfolio.  Music was provided by the Western  Troubadors with Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin's  daughter Anna Ebach playing thej organ;  son-in-law Herb Ebach on the violin and  grandsons, Chuck and Lee playing guitars.  Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin were married  on August 31, 1910 at Mountain, Ontario  and moved to Cereal, Alberta in 1917,  where Mrs. Baldwin's parents had settled  as farmers in 1912. The family moved  successively to Maidstone, Sask.; Rost-  hern, Sask.; and in 1927 to Saskatoon,  Saskatchewan.  After the two sons and Anna's husband went overseas during the last war,  they moved to, Victoria where Mr. Baldwin retired in 1951 at the age of 65. They  resided in Haney, B.C. until moving to  Sechelt three years ago.  Mrs. Baldwin who is 82 is not too  active, although she enjoys reasonable  health. Mr. Baldwin at 84, keeps active  and only recently had to refrain from  strenuous exercise. He still drives a car.  Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin have twelve  grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  lew Business opening  this week in Sechelt  ANOTHER  new   business   opens   in   the  Sechelt area this week with establishment of "The Yarn Barn" i"H the Benner  Block.  The Yarn Barn is a franchiscd operation with fifty stores across Canada and  will be under the competent management  of Mrs. Diane Dunsford, a gifted artist  who specialises in high quality velvet  paintings.  Apart from having her own works on  display. Mm. Dunsford will accept other  handycraft works on consignment. She  will also be pleased to assist with any  questions and problems.  Yarns will be displayed in cones and  arc offered at city prices together with  knitting  machines  and accessories.  During tha three firsLJifficial opening  days, September 10-ll-12th, a number of  opening specials will be on sale.  TOPS Club renews  regular meetings  SECHELT TOPS Club will once again  begin regular meetings at St. Hilda's  Church Hall, Wedne-*>day. September 9  starting at 1:00 p.m. Weigh-in will begin  at 12:30, so everyone can be ready topar-  ticipate in the meeting at 1:00.  Anyone wishing to "take off pounds"  should come and see the fun and contests  connected with it. New members are always welcome.  LABOUR   unrest    this  year   in    British  Columbia   has   sharply   reduced    the  number   of  summer   jobs   available    to  .students.  MacMjUan Bloedel has released figures on ^Ra"| hiring ol students during the  summer Tijfieh probably are indicative of  the genera  trend  in the province.  Strikes and lockouts in the construction industry, the towboat industry and  part of the pulp and paper industry all  have reduced the number of jobs available to students.  MB reports that it was able to place  740 students in jobs this summer, a figure which represents about 4.1 percent  , of the company's total employment figure.  A spokesman said that while this  ' was . a substantial number of summer  jobs, it was down from the 1.080 jobs  MB provided students in 1969. Last year's  1,080 jobs was about six percent of total  company employment.  MB also reported that of the 740 jobs it  provided students this year, 210 students  subsequently were laid off as a result  of the strike July 24 by the Pulp and  Paper Workers of Canada at Harmac Pulp  Division, near Nanaimo, which is continuing.  In  the  forest products  industry  stu-  j dents'are hired each summer as vacation  relief, that is they Jielp to maintain the  work force at normal level while regular employees take their holidays.  This year, however, mill closures and  production curtailments due to strikes,  secondary boycotts and picketing have  prevented the companies from scheduling  vacations in a normal manner.  TOTEM CtLUB  mmAN hall  Jeadcpof $30��  $75 TO GO  ft fDOOH PRIZE ft  I  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  )|i  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board  or by the Government ot British Columbia  **J.,-/?*1  ��� V ������'$���1  'a -"V  a   ��*'   .        '   r  ~"V       .  Vf   'VjSf.   A    ��\  A, AA-i  fcw**Hfc��*^��K**i**"; .   *Sv A*"     - V  V    **  At^l^HMA *S  ���A'Aa!*^ !A  A ���",*?**    "*!  ii\< ���*  /. *>  ������ ��� f /'; i .* ���. .iv  */��� *V     ^����V>v*v\  i r   i    t '    ',.\ "��-aa^?'  "M. "'^V^A  ���  !-**/  nr. \  i  i  OUTGRO  aW >7*li e<Kl  *���*       ^    ���* ***    �� *W  y  (  c  I    . ' .** a-J*^a a I tH O  *���   v, . i # ���l^iivf  \ F (        '<-                 F1/         F         \  a�� a'l J44takjf,       -a*"**,  >-"  :\  X  J AW -J  ;' \ \  ". K, SV2MJ0 ���  ,       '  a-*'  *?** *. '  IES . . .  TOYS . ��� .  :UR!*WURE?  GET CASH  i  I  i  I  i  i  -I  AD-BIRBEFS.  calls lor  arln  FOR FAST  ACTION,  PHONE  885-9654  British Columbians know rsd living. They also know real beer.  * Mr, Advertiser; These,  Advertising spaces nro  real bargains for yon.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how fo stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 885-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  1  I  ���I  .2"  s  ������5  I  .s  I  I  A bylaw to authorize tho merging of two specified areas.  WHEREAS Bylaw No. 19 The Davis Bay-Wilson Creek Street  Lighting Service Area Bylaw provides for the establishments of  street lighting.  AND WHEREAS the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council was pleased  to amend the Sunshine Coast Regional District Letters Patent on  November the 14th, 1969 to provide for the transfer of Selma Park  Improvement District to the Regional District;  AND WHEREAS the services provided by each area are similar;  AND WHEREAS the boundaries of these areas are contiguous;  And WHEREAS thc cost of the services supplied by the B.C.  Hydro are the same to each area The Regional Board is empowered  under Part XVI of the "Municipal Act" to merge;  And WHEREAS Section 619(b) thc Municipal Act provides for  thc merging of specified areas;       **  NOW THEREFORE the Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District in open meeting assembled ENACTS as follows:���  1. That tho area defined in thc Amendment to the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Letters Patent dated November Mth, 1969 and that  area defined in the Sunshine Coast Regional District Davis Bay-  Wilson Creek Street Lighting Special Service Area Bylaw bc merged  ihto one area.  2. That this area be named thc Selma Park-Davis Bay-Wilson Creek  Street Lighting Special Service Area.  3. The area so established by this Bylaw may be merged with other  specified area or areas for the same purpose whether contiguous or  not In the manner provided for in Section 619 (3)of thc Municipal Act.  A. The effective date of tho merging bc January 1st, 1971.  5. This Bylaw moy, bo cited as tho "Sunshino Coast Rogional District  Selma Park and Davis Bay-Wilson Creek Street Lighting Special  Servico Areas Merging Bylaw No, 46,  1970.  TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE COPY OE A PROPOSED BYLAW AUTHORIZING THE MERGING OF TWO CONTIGUOUS STREET LIGHTING AREAS WHICH CAN BE MORE  EFFICIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY ADMINISTERED AS ONE  AREA, OBJECTIONS TO THE MERGER SHOULD BE SUBMITTED IN  WRITING TO THE SECRETARY-TREASURER, TO BE RECEIVED BY  HIM, BEFORE 12 NOON, 21st SEPTEMDCR, 1970.  i1  I  I  I  i  t  I  1  I  .1  ���1  IS  its'  "a��  I  *��  3  L-afittrlcA   ^T.    \ joodi  i  t*Ss  ���3  tS  s  -a.  OOlllIK  'J  Scuetuiy-Tica:.u.oi'  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT,  Whltoko Block,  R.R.  1,  Secholt, B.C.  -I  IS  TIEiaiMIAI  ^0*.  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  885-2335  Check this space every week for our  advertised Shoppers Stopper SPECIALS, olso new items we have received, shop CAMPBELL'S often���  "don't miss out". Some specials we  just cannot get enough to advertise  so these items are just in-store  specials. Our every day prices are  compariable to National Chain  Store prices'so shop with confidence  at CAMPBELL'S.  ftftftftft  LLOYD'S SOLID STATE  81A0.. STEREO  Plays anywhere, home, car, beach,  boat, or ifftCfl   ($M��\  airplane     ^����^^  ftftftftft A  M WATCHES  Men's, Ladies' and Children's. Yellow or white Ofa A��  MEN'S COTTON FLANNEL  MC SHIRTS  Blue, green and red, sizes "I5-17V2.  Our last year's regular price was  $3.98, this year's price  is  $3.33.  SPECIAL FOR ONE A   /fttrife  WEEK ONLY SqW��  ^mm*m0mwrnmwwwwmmmm**rM>mmmwmmw***mmmmmmmmmm  ftftftftft  GAYLY COLORED  MM & JELLY SET  On a ��j"5   fcj'fih  rack .. 5)o2?^'  ftftftftft  RUBBER BOOTS  Children's and adults'. All sizes���  *0wmwwmmirmmmmm0W0*0i*0*****'00>0w*'*0*^  ZODIAC  ASH TRAY  ftftftftft  PLASTIC  STORM WINDOWS  Got ready for Fall and keep out tho  cold wind, in a package /lir'l*  36"k144", pkg.  ftJS  ftftftftft  TRAEISISTO  RADIO  Compact pocket  siro, only  ftftftftft  ZODIAC MONEY BANKS  Real novel,  only  t  rm trttwmmtnmimmmwm  For floor covering check at  CAMPBELL'S WE ARE your  OZlf E Dealer  '���'���*.���   T',   L..aiaia.,^.-J|'   ."   fa'   SJi.  i  V  ?    ���    .       ��� :     .  ������������....-..*    ...**., '..:::',*������:,..,  ���MX  ' a? t -r / * .- x^  ������ A.jiw *l*>, ^AA A/.AM #.n��  *\A   AaAAtm^afa-fcaf^AaAat^a* A   M ftt  ��      *      ���  AAAAA*1  ���*l"**^*   .A����-*��li1J--.^.*W*rf^^a**��-*k -^���^.A 0*0.*.*K   *.<���*�� AdA.**kA*%A^*.JaV**   <t>-^   ���     �����. ���*   ��� Lions Leaders  First meeting of the new season  under chairmanship of Chuck Rod-  way was held last Thursday September 3rd at the Casa Martinez dining room, Davis Bay. Present for the  occasion were a number of out-of-  town guests including the district  governor- and zone chairman. From  left: dist. governor Ralph Long,  Chuck Rodway and zone chairman  District 19 A 1.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���by Mary Tinkley  ques at her old home,  Mrs. Alan Greene celebrated her  birthday last Sunday, with a luncheon  party at Lord Jim's Lodge.  Jack Richmond who has been spending a holiday at the Bill Richmond cottage, has returned to Edmonton for his  final year in dentistry.  Guest of Mrs. Hugh Duff at Welcome _  Beach is her sister, Miss Clara Hall of *  Boston, Mass Miss Hall flew out to the  west coast after a tour of southern Ireland.  Mrs. Mary Walker had a fall at the  P.N.E. which did not result in any serious  injuries. However, she pays tribute to the  P.N.E. first aid service, for she was immediately transported in a gleaming new  ambulance to thc Royal Columbian Hospital for a check over before being released.  Children of the Halfmoon Bay School  were entertained at a beach party at Duck  Rock -sandbar last week. Hostesses were  Mrs. M. Tinlolcy, Mrs. B. McCaul and  Mrs. Wm. Sexton. Lifeguard was Lori  Se.xton.  Cougar Country back  at Gibsons theatre  DON'T  miss  thc  return   engagement  of  ���"Cougar Country" this week at Twilight  Theatre' in  Gibsons,   probably  the  most  popular nnd  entertaining  of wiM-  Sunshine Coast Lions Executive  Under tlie chairmanship   of Chuck son,   Chuck   Ayres,   Les   English,  (Charles)   Rodway, Sunshine   Coast Frode Jorgensen, Jack Nelson, Ted  Lions held their first meeting of the Farewell, Orville   Underhill. Seated  year last Thursday .September 3rd front: Vice chairman Neil Campbell,  A PROUD winner at  this year's  P.N.E.  is Mr. Ed Surtees whose pigeons took  four prizes, two Firsts, one Second and  one Third.  Mrs. Mary Harvey and Mrs. Joan Hansen who live in the Halfmoon Bay Banana Belt left their homos last Friday  morning quite unaware of the storm  which had hit Sechelt during the night  and totally unprepared for the surprise  awaiting them.  First arrival was Mrs. Harvey who  opened the door of the Sechelt Beauty  Shop to find the floor covered with an  inch of water and silt Business was held  up for a mammoth mopping up operation  in which all the staff, the fire brigade  and neighbors co-operated. It was exactly  a month to the day since Mrs. Harvey had  taken over the Beauty Shop.  VISITORS  Recent visitors lo the area from Northern Ireland were Mr. and Mrs. Harry  Flack of Co. Armagh. They were guests  of Mrs. Eva Lyons and had happy reunions with their cousins Mr. and Mrs.  George Flack of Gibsons and Mr. and  Mrs. Jack Morgan.  The Flack Brothers, Jack Morgan and  U.e late Frank Lyons all came from the  same district in Co. Armagh. It was Mi*,  and Mrs. Flack's first visit to the west  coast  . Mr.-;. Ed Cook received--surpricc visi-  tois last Friday with the unexpected arrival at Eureka of old friends of her  childhood in Calgary. Her visitors were  Mr. and Mrs. Watson Bodie, Mrs. Bodie's  brother, Gid Wcstaway and his wife Stella, all from Taber, Alta. The father of  Mrs. Bodie and Mr. Westaway was the  pastor of the chinch where Mrs. .Cook  attended Sunday School as a small child  It was unfortunate that the visitors  did not get as long to visit their old friend  as tfiey had hoped because they had to  wait for three fenies at Hoiyeshoe Bay.  CHRISTENING  On August 30, ut the Church of His  Picsci.cc. Canon Alan Greene officiated  at the christening of Andica Christine  Dalton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John  Dalton of West Vancouver. Godparents  were Mr.s. June Simpson of Vancouver,  Mrs. M. Sutherland of W, Vancouver and  Jeremy Dalton of North Vancouver.  IN BRIEF  Canon Greene who recently received  news of the death of his last surviving  hi other, Phillip in New Jeisey, is now  ���In Toronto as the guest of his son John.  He will visit old friends and relatives before U-turning home mound the end of  September.  Mis. Janet Allen on the occasion of her  birthday last Sal unlay, was .surprised to  find hoi.self guest of honor at a tuiltoy  dinner at the McC'iacly home. One of lho  Mirpri.e gnosis was Mrs. Elizabeth Poarec  a former resident of Hcdiooff*. now living  in an .i|.uittm-nt in Hurniihy. Mrs. Pe.iree  w...-w,thc gue.t  of her nephew  Alan  Jue-  "with an attendance of about thirty  six.  EaXecutive   includes from   left  standing: Cliff Salahub, Ron Robin-  �� J< -, *"  chairman Chuck Rodway and vice-  chairman John Lewis.  Sechelt and District Retarded Children's Association  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME  edtrcesday, September 16 cat 85���� p.m.  IN THE NEW CLASSROOM,  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GROUNDS  Jiiwjjli iair^^MMW��p��n��wi-iai*��.iii--i 11 ^m^&qi^pzpmm iMiip.mmiqtjunj -lu-iyi'inffM-ni'i--** i jninmi-��ui -���"���i'*ni>t;*v JJiT"' W.J I,. ���" Jiuin *��� ');-j|,ui��L*w!^wfT��*;t*|ii] a 1.11    *w^^^  1  *** **��s!  II  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Committee seeks photo-  graphs for its records. First prize of $25.00 awarded  for the best picture submitted of the last Sea  Cavalcade  event.   Slides  or  snapshots  accepted.  CONTEST CLOSES imiMlt JOlEi, 1970  I  ii  Lions Guests  Visitors from other clubs attended Ben Goldman of Vancouver China-  first meeting of 'tlie season of the' town Club and Joe Benner, Charter  Sunshine Coast Lions Club held last"' member of the Sunshlne'Coast Lions  week at tlie Casas. Martinez dining and Past Zone Chairman  room. From leftA Charlie Saunders   "*"  Submit your entries to:  Gibsons Se�� CeiwsS-ceidb Committee  - Box ��45, Gibsons, B.C.  ALL ENTRIES BECOME PROPERTY OF THE  SEA CAVALCADE COMMITTEE  *$  ���3.  I  u  hfe adventure movies to come along in   of the Vancouver  Chinatown   Club,  ycaus. ��  i\nd then, "The Wild Bunch", bloodshed and violence, nothing new is this  day and age; the story of outlaws in the  cruel terrain of the West, It takes place  in 1913 when the world was about to  plunge into war, and Mexico, where  much of the action takes place, was being strangled in a bloody counter-revolution. Sound familiar??  Pike Bishop (William Holden) and his  gang are outlaws of a .sort whose exploits  .10 or 15 years before might have been  considered as heroic. Even their archenemy, Deke Thornton (Robert Ryan),  thought they were re-living past glories.  But time had passed them by. 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McDonald, P, C. C��nior  COMING NEXrr"TH�� WALKING STICK'7  TWILIGHT "OTEATRE - Gibsons  i  ���      *����-*F  I J>J| �����"*,-  ���  ^  'fATO***.      ��'W-\f  v,j.   -   *     ft   A..  ,1   JO..  F  F*. >    .**   !Srf   fjF?^  LaV     >��� A AA��<  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY AT WYNGAERT RD., GIDSONS  Phone 086-7112  LA f*  Tyi|��T��ia.yaF��^F��jHtll��yi<��'afya[��^ ^ . ^ tV^j f. ,' _|  ^^rf^4ltr~i2^2A..i^jLd^^  ..'���rli'-r^*^,;..^^  in   "< >  :T��^!  IW  *^��5.'3*wi-i*  'aSSfelC  --.  r  Fs*  -  ft  -'  h-'  IJIA ��*,j,u*-,.,iH "' 'rmf-'i 1|ft*)^*^y-*-^*WI*tt*t *"P.*Wr*W*1*'  wiiuttuvsauuiiMaiin]  The Peninsula^^s&  ,'"/ may be wrong, but'I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ,    ,                                                                                           ���-John Atkins  ----   -- DoVGt/&G.-V/HEEL��RrEditor-and-Pttblisher   nnmiiiaWiiiiniiMiann nrnrii " in 1 rr "inm irrnrn-|nnnnirirrinriTiiiiif>riniiaiiirifiiTnnniTiinii��Min��iiiiiniir��niiiii  -af J *  Readers' Right  Squeaking wheel  Editor, The Times, ""^  Sir: One reads with interest the letter  from the irate resident of Redrooffs dealing with the matter of inadequacies in  -our-ferry-~sj*stem7  Page 6-2 The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, September 9,1970  of extreme annoyance to a number of  people during the beautiful summer that  we have just experienced. Most of these  complaints came from the more densely  populated parts of the area. Apart from  1 _ Jhe __obhoxious_Qdoui--s__that these things  Selta����! stay�� toiling iiasM-al��  WITH an increasing population and a    children and young people will bc in  subsequent increase in motor traf-  'fie, plus the fact that thc Sunshine Coast  is attracting more and more year round  tourism, it naturally follows that school  areas in proximity to highways will now  provide a greater hazard than ever before.  This situation is not restricted to  this particular district but is, perhaps,  somewhat more of a problem than many  other communities. Gibsons elementary  and high schools are probably located  in as bad a spot, if not worse, than anywhere, and warrant extreme caution on  thc part of motorists.  Both schools arc well populated and  are in the unfortunate position of being  presently located not only on cither side  of a busy major highway but on the  fringe of village boundaries. Thus, visiting vehicles frequently tend to build  up speed on leaving thc lower village  area and very often greatly exceed speed  limits when passing through the .school  zone.  This is one dancer; The second is  "local traffic and wTftltTafivet's are aware  of the school zones, they have become  accustomed to a comparatively safe cars-  situation during-past months that schools  have been in recess. Consequently, it will  take some weeks of having to exercise  caution until motorists again become  mindful of the fact a large number of  evidence for the next few months.  Often an unavoidable accident is due  to thc careless actions of youngsters or  older people who step out onto a highway with every confidence in the driver  of an approaching vehicle to avoid them.  Should another auto bc approaching  from the opposite direction at high speed,  it is likely to be a question of hitting the  pedestrian or becoming involved in a  head-on collision with the approaching  car and possibly injuring a number of  people. In any case, the onus invariably  rests with thc motorist.  As pointed out in a news release  from the B.C. Automobile Association:  The areas around schools will again  bc crowded with children who often are  not as mindful as they should be of traffic rules," it is up to the motorist to  drive within the reduced speed limits  so that he can bring his car to a slop  at a moment's notice, if necessary."  The BCAA urged motorists to be  especially.iHm ~ar~the~ "street crossings  and- to -watch for youngsters who may  dart into the street from between parked  ''When driving around schools, it is  important to..have your car under strict  control at all times. Daydreaming or  any other kind of distraction is particularly dangerous in these areas."  <dw timw Hiraiitm SGDcenaniiiisEQn  ���from P.R. News  R. B. BRYCE, former deputy finance  minister and one of the architects  of thc Benson Iceberg, admitted that the  government's new tax- proposals went  overboard in trying to correct the "scandal" of tax advantages for small businesses. Mr. Bryce is now economic  adviser to Prime Minister Trudeau, and  Mr. Benson is trying to find ways to  soften his first proposals which hit small  businesses to the point where their disappearance could be seen within a  generation.  Mr. Benson does not propose any  important easing of the new tax bites  for small business, or at least has not  come out with any statement to that  effect. About all he has done is grunted  enough to lull thc protesters into a state  where they will let op on their protests  '��nd be only semi-conscious when the  proposals   become  law.  The "evils" of which Mr. Benson  complains and is trying to correct in  small business taxation could be easily  corrected in a much simpler way than  by damning all small business uind hitting them all with the sledgehammer of  confiscatory taxation.  About all that has been achieved  so far is to remove any possible encouragement a person mighj have to be  his own boss by starting his own business.  What Mr. Benson and company seem  to have completely overlooked is that  small businesses (which Mr. Benson does  not like) become big businesses (which  Mr. Benson likes because they arc  easily taxed). If there are no new small  businesses over the next generation,  there are going to be no new larger ones,  either.  Unless, by some coincidence, Ottawa  is determined to have Canada a complete socialist state by that time.  ��    HI0��    H    11  OIN'E of thc stranger aspects of life  would seem to be the fact that while  most of us strive toward establishment  of a better and more peaceful existence  there are always those who seek to pull  down and disrupt.  In many cases much of the trouble-  making clement consists of people who  have conifortablc homes and hold down  financially rewarding positions. Usually  positions of responsibility, yet of such  a nature that grandiose proclivities are,  limited. As a consequence they direct  their endeavors and excess energy toward  channels of dissent ion. and often downright anarchy.  Significantly, although hot always so,  majority of people who volunteer their  services to working for betterment of  their community are by no means in the  higher wage bracket. They arc, instead,  individuals who have an interest in their  district and are prepared to give a great  deal of time and effort lo bringing about  improvements of benefit to all.  The point is���those who do all the  screaming often feel justified and in  their own minds probably are convinced  Ihey speak for the majority. At the same  time, if they aro genuine in their desires to improve, then there are various  official outlets available lo them: namely  council, school board and regional dis-  plc support his views and philosophies  he attracts no support from official  bodies, therefore feels perhaps he should  leave thc area.  Wc most certainly would not argue  with the latter suggestion but cannot  help but note, this man has never yet  allowed his name lo stand for public  office. We can only surmise that there"  arc those who gain considerably more,,  satisfaction from standing alone with thc  cherished ambition to acquire fame and  prominence as a contemporary Aristotle.  As a member of a duly elected body  Ihey become one of a group and as such  they-would have to be both tenacious  and vociferous as well as above average  in intelligence in order to sway the  group to their way of thinking. Very  few back-room politicians have these  qualities. Most of them arc certainly  vociferous but lack oihcr qualifications  to back it up. Consequently, their  achievements seldom rate beyond thc  nuisance category.  On the other hand we have thc radicals, subversives and trigger-happy revolutionaries who have other reasons for  disruption and should'be treated as true  criminals of society.  We have too the other side of the  coin, ihe so-styled "Flower Children"  who seek to establish peace and happi-  One remembers water transport experienced some -fifteen years ago in this  area and cannot but help, by comparison,  consider what we have now, the very  acme of luxury.  One point brought out in the letter is  important because many of us still travel  by shank's mare and'have suffered from  lack of help with luggage. This deficiency  creates considerable hardship especially  in the case of elderly or infirm pedestrian  travellers.  It is also intimated that the Nanaimo  ferry suffers from the same need but I  well remember being told at the Horse,-  shoe Bay side that carts were provided  for that particular ferry but not for ours.  So this ought to be a very simple matter  to rectify and no doubt if enough pedestrians write and complain things will be  quickly rectified for it's the squeaking  wheel which gets the grease.  (Mrs.) G. E. Webb  i -  Swim classes  Editor, The Tim'es,  Sir:  "We would  like to  express Our  appreciation to the Gibsons Athletic association   and  publicly   thank   the  two  swimming teachers, Denise Littlejohn and  Linda Jackson.  . ..... Our, children  were   in, a  variety  of  swimming levels, from "non-swimmers"  to "Red Cross Seniors". All thoroughly  enjoyed their lessons and all successfully  passed their exams. We attribute this to  the time and thought put into this course  by Denise and Linda. Thank you.  Mi's. A. Aarnott, Mrs. G. Sinclair,  Mrs. R. Thicke, Gower Point, B.C.  Outlaw traps  Editor, The Times,  Sir: As a member of the Canadian  Association for Humane Trapping, I  would like to draw to the attention of  your readers,' the horrible suffering that  is. being inflicted on fur-bearing animals  all across Canada..  I am referring io the barbaric and  atrocious leg-hold trap, which holds its ���  victim by the' paw until the animal dies  either of starvation or freezing.  An animal is in many cases trapped  up to a period of two weeks. Sometimes  it even succeeds in chewing off its own  paw and crawls away to die.  There are humane traps available to  trappers now, and more research is in  progress to develop others.  I urge people to please write to.*'their  members of parliament, urging them to  instigate legislation to outlaw these leg-  hold traps as soon as possible. A  The Canadian Governments must out-*  law this crime against bur fur-bearing  creatures. There is no valid reason for  such unnecessary cruelty and absolutely  no reason fo/ our governments to be so  far behind other countries which have  abolished, leg-hold tcaps.many. yeara-ago:  Anyone wishirfg further information  about Humane traps, write to the Canadian Association for Humane Trapping,  Box 934, Station P, Toronto 5. Ontario.  J.  BICKS.  Ontario  can produce they are also an unnecssary  source of pollution which most people,  especially when it concerns them directly  and personally, are concerned about. We  are inclined to blame industry for most  of tho problems and fail to realize that  each and every one o". us is responsible  in a small way to a certain extent, rfere  is a way. in which everyone could- help  keep our air cleaner for the benefit of  all.  I would certainly respectfully suggest  to the village oL. Sechelt that. a bylaw"  banning the use of these incinerators_be_  considered so that next summer people  will be able to relaxe in their garden's  without fear of objectionable odours  pervading the atmosphere from their  neighbors activities.  I am sure many people would thank  the village of Sechelt for helping to eradicate an unnecessary source of contamination of our beautiful environment.  ���      , J.   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For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654, ask for  special ad  rates.  aaaaj','"JI| "K '"."I1 JJ?a��,'lw-��iy..J.'au*��''J.I I"1"} wwa^awialj;|jji 11  a^ ;�� ******���,,... i ......... . ,..,.. t._. ...,.,   ���,-,*.���.���.,,.���!-.������ f,-,-,.,i,  7 i'4l  a*' **^f Laa^.  -���^Jf-'*  GctmdiJ <-  6ir/asd!fe  REGULAR AND KINGS  v4,^^^t...... .-";"....-^  ~A\      *&%X7l.  f.   * ��� '^CM.ioiiMni-i.il��� .tan-airMmi-i ���mh,MmtnW,u^iimml-m.t\\i,^m^>mt^Mtff,0^^  triel. Rucl. year as terms of office are    ncus by throwing flowers instead of tak  terminated a whole hosi of seals are  open lo nomination,  Strangely enough, the perennial  rabble raisers arc conspicuously missing  on these occasions but emerge from Ihe  proverbial woodpile Ihe moment elections have ended,  One such person dropped in last  week to complain thai while many peo-  The PemnsulaT^5*  Published Wctlnc*��tlnyi nt Sechelt  on H.C's Sunshino Const  by  ���Sechelt Pcnln-aitl.. Times ltd.       ,  tlox .110 - Sechelt, B.C.  /hitmlai G. Wheeler, lutltor and Pulilidier  .Si.tncriplkm Rotes: (In i.dvn.ico)  1 Yciir, $5 - 2 Ycnr.i, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. nml I'orclon, $5.50  Urvlng the area front Port Mellon to Bitnumt  (Howe Sound to lervh Inlet)  ing their place in society and working,  as everyone else should be, toward Improving things constructively.  In actual fact, as we have stated  previously, world conditions are heller  today than ever before. Fear of nuclear  weapons is sufficient lo hold off another major world war and while small  scale wars are in evidence, in some remote corners of the world, they are not  as prevalent as they were In the now  distant past. In ihe western world, where  we still have freedom lo protest, far  greater numbers than ever before are  enjoying a very good standard of living.  It would seem that if the protesters,  radicals and society drop-outs woke-up  lo ihe fact that no-one owes them anything and that Ihey get out of life only  what Ihey aro prepared to put into it,  I hen the world could indeed be a better  place in which lo live. Right now it  has a lot lo offer but Ihis Is due lo the  builders, nol tlu. sob-sisters '.ml  wreckers. ***  Great service  Editor, Th^.Times,  .Sir: I am writing this letter to inform  you that I receive your paper from time  to time, through my son-in-law, who  ships lumber to the various centres on  the Peninsula. I think you have a fine  publication which is rendering a great  service lo the people of your district.  As one who i.s deeply interested in  public affairs and who writes continuously lo the papers of the Lower Mainland,  over a period of many years, it gives me  great pleasure to read the letters in your  Readers Right column. I am . also very  Interested in the editorials and I wish  to state, that your editorial of Wed. Sept.  2nd "Time for Re-c.\amination" was well  taken,  I, like yourself believe that there could  be a vast improvement in the justice  courts of the United States, not that our  courts art* perfect. Where man is involved  with hi.s worship for gold, money comes  many times before justice. To wit, 1  think th.. Kennedy case could have been  brought out Into the open moro fully  than It was. However these are the  problems wi* must bear, while we nim for  a belW world.  In closing I wish you and your paper  thc host of everything, Hoping that our  Indu'-trial wars will end quickly, .so we  can march'forward in harmony and not  hate,  THOMAS FARRINGTON,  South  Burnaby, B.C,  Next step  Editor, Tho Timet., .  Sir:' Most people will agree .thnt tho  establishment of an efficient gorhiigo  collect Ion <m the Sunuhlne Coaut wan n  much nt'.-clcd and appreciated action on  llic pail of the village of Sechelt nnd  thc Hegionnl District,  i Now that the operation had been  proved a ���.ucee.-i:, would It not be a logical  move lo the next ulc-p nnd use the .servico  to Hh maximum ulfieluncy?  There nre ninny garden iwlnonitor.-i  still   In imp which  hnvo been  a rource  .       ��� ........'..���j...,:.........   iBTgffj**  as.  DE  SH  VILLAGE OP GIBSONS  NEXT REGULAR MEETING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1970  Tho next regular meeting of the Council will bo held on Monday,  Soptombor 14, 1970, at 7:00'p.m. being advanced by ono doy.  September 4, 1970.  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Add the rind, and cook gently, stirring  occasionally, until transparent. Remove the bag, and let stand overnight. Next morning drain tho syrup into a kettle, and boil 5 minutes,  Pour over tho rind, and lot stand overnight. Noxt morning bring to a  boll, and ladle into hot sterilized jars. Seal. Makes about 6 pints,  Hero's how to uso tho watermelon loftover from your pickles:  Scobp out melon bolls; or dice tho pink pulp for freezing. Romovo  the seeds, and pack in covered plastic or specially troateel prossod paper  cartons. Flavor cold thin or medium sugar syrup with a llttlo lemon juice,  oncl pour over lho melon, leaving a Vi inch headspace. Crumple pieces  of woxed paper, and press on top of fruit to fill tho air space; then cover,  and chill in the refrigerator. Freeze, Ynu may prefer to cut out pink part  for eating; then scrape out remaining pulp and juice. 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In that group, five million  suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, which  can cripple and disable its victims.  Mature women are particularly prone  to rheumatoid arthritis. "It tends to come  on in women more frequently than in  men, perhaps three-to-one. Its onset is  most common hi .women in their forties  and fifties," said Dr. Reynolds. He pointed  out, however, that it can also occur in  children of pre-school age. ^  The word arthritis literally means  inflammation of a joint. But it is used to  cover 100 different conditions which  cause aches and pains in both joints and  connective .tissues throughout the body,  not all of them necessarily involving inflammation.  COMMON   FORMS  The most common form of arthritis  is osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease. Everyone who lives long enough  gets a touch of it sooner or later. "We  are dealing here with changes that are,  in part, simply due to wear and tear  as one gets older," said Dr. Reynolds!  But one form of osteoarthritis is more  commonly found in women over forty.  It is characterized by bony enlargements  of the joints of the fingers and sometimes  the   toes.  MEN AND ARTHRITIS  Two forms of arthritis attack men  more often than women. These are gouty  arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis, a  disease of the spine that occurs ten times  more frequently in men than women.  "Gout is a 'disease of long interest in  liistory and often associated with what  can be called high living and fatty  foods," said Dr. Reynolds. The connection  exists but it is not quite so direct. "Gout  is due to a derangement of our ability  to digest and handle certain types of  fatty foods," said Dr. Reynolds.  Ankylosing spondylitis, which often  begins in the productive years of the  thirties, frequently starts with a pain  in the lower back and legs as an early  symptom. This arthritis of the spine, Dr.  Reynolds explained, can also involve the  hips and shoulders and, less often, the  hands and feet.  TREATMENT  Dr. Reynolds said that a warm, dry  climate does'offer relief for many patients suffering from arthritis. "On the  other hand, other patients find little or  no difference by simply changing their  climatic surroundings. Most physicians  would not urge a -patient to go to unusual  expense or inconvenience to make that  change."  He suggests that arthritis patients seek  early "medical treatment, before irreversible damage to joints, takes place. For  one thing, a medical diagnosis, can pinpoint the form of arthritis. If it is gout,  for example, it can be effectively controlled with treatment. If it is rheumatoid  arthritis, medication and a combination  of rest and exercise ��� and occasionally  surgery ��� will help to restore function  and prevent progressive deformity.  The Arthritis Foundation has a booklet entitled: "Arthritis ��� The Basic  Facts;" which is sent upon request, free  of charge. To obtain it, write to: Arthritis, Box 2525, New York,  N.Y.  10001.  Top stars team up  for lively western  JOHN Wayne and Rock Hudson come to  Sechelt Theatre on the waterfront this  week, as they' team up to star in the colorful action-packed western adventure  "The undefeated".  s At the close of the Civil War,' Union  Colonel, John Wayne, resigns hiscommission to round up wild horees". for sale  to the Army, j The. government agents  prove to be cheats and' Wayne in'akes'.''a.  deal instead to sell his three thousand  horses to Emperor Maxmilian in Mexico.  At the same time Confederate 'Colonel,  Rock Hudson, who will not the war end,  is taking his family and followers to get  aid from Maximilian.  Both expeditions converge at the Mexican border, where the Yankees help the  antagonistic Southerners fight off .a bandit attack. The well-equipped western ail-  so presents a fitting amount of rough and  tumble humor along with some youthful  romance. "A  N. Campbell chairman  The Peninsula Times Pago 6-3  'I Wednesday. September 9,1970  EBS3  'aa.  a   f4   *a-v, ,  a?     '    M        P  S-  t.AXAv^*^***  .' c\a/-a & -ma*1* vv*?j*>  \t  -{   k   jtsjn*. 1 A Aj~:?Aj#f#s��  \ or*..' *' *  **"*    F.*       Wj^  w-  ���*���   }**aa��*-       f   *-".- - jy* ;.->  *-5A ,A~"i*% -"Var *   &*��-7& -   i  ?* >f$7 kJ\V^ -a* wf&n  fa.     4?   ��t"a   t,V|     ��f        t   "VI 4<_*��        ,���   .  l*W-aSa- ^ "..-.._? *S~-"   "J  F-'**'1..      ..  **if.*.H..n.  Terre Haute, Indiana; A musical  combo consisting of piano, drum,"guitar,  and bass has been formed by inmates at  the Federal Prison, here. Name" of the  group is "The Fifth Amendments."  $���trJ^,a7L7,��M%7']  LAND ��LEARBS^G ��� ROADS - BULLDOZING  EXCAVATION - BACKHOE - DBTCHBS-JG  aJ*-Wa.  �����-������.  'Kelly'  Victim of rheumatoid arthritis since  the age of two, little Kelly receives  regular treatment from the CARS  centre and will be under such care  until she reaches tlie age" of twenty-**  one. Sunshine Coast Liqns campaign  this moflth on behalf of the Society  under campaign chairman Neil  Campbell.  Immunize pre-schoolers  scheme gains momentum  CAMPAIGN, to immunize every child  from "one to twelve in B.C. against  /German Measles, is gaining momentum.  During the past few weeks several Municipal Governments have agreed to cost-  share with the Provincial Government  in a programme to immunize all children*'  of school age. It is hoped that other  Municipal Governments outside the metropolitan Vancouver and Victoria areas  will do likewise.  In the spread of Rubella infection  there is still one gap ��� the pre-schoolers.  The little guy who has lost the immunity carried over from his mother,  which protected him through his first  year of life, and who has not. had exposure to the disease, has built up no  immunity of his own. This child would  not suffer much himself, but is a threat  to pregnant women who have not had  the disease previously. 1970/71 is the  epidemic year in B.C. for German Measles. Mothers are urged to contact their  local Health Unit to see that their preschoolers and school children are included  in the program and prevent damage to  ��. unborn.babies from German Measles.  SUNSHINE Coast Lions Club again campaigns on behalf of the Canadian  Arthritis and Rheumatism Society and  this year Neil Campbell is campaign  chairman.  To portray the many sufferers who  have gained relief through this organization a two and a half year old child Will  be featured in newspapers and.on posters  during the present project. The youngster will be'known only as  Kelly.  Kelly represents the estimated 100.000  British Columbians who suffer from  arthritis in one form or another. The  100,000 people The Canadian Artlxritis and  Rheumatism Society wants to help. The  100,000 people CARS can help with your  support of campaigns and United Appeals.  When Kelly was not quite two years  old, her doctor requested a consultation  with a CARS specialist. The diagnosis was  rheumatoid arthritis. Kelly was put on  treatment  immediately.  . Every week Kelly's parents drove her  in from.out-of-town to the CARS Centre  where she received physiotherapy. This  went on for four months. She learned  special exercises which sometimes take  the form of play. Kelly calls them "up-  ups". Whatever they are called, they are  extremely important. Her exercises keep  Kelly's little legs strong and straight.  She must do them several times every  day at home in addition to taking daily  medications to control inflammation and  pain. ��  We don't really know what the.future  holds for Kelly. Rheumatoid -arthritis is  impossible to predict, but CARS will follow Kelly's progress until she is 21.  Under the Children's Program at  CARS, directed by Dr_ Robert H. Hill,  a careful record is. kept of all children  suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Their progress is recorded, compared to others with the disease, and  compared to normal children.  For Kelly, and for all people of all  ages who suffer from arthritis, tomorrow,  next week, next year is uncertain. The  cause of arthritis has not been found.  The cure has not been found. Until a  cure is found, treatment will prevent  crippling and deformity in four out of  every five cases.  The Canadian Arthritis'and Rheumatism Society will continue their research  and public and professional education  programs until a cure is found. And  unUl then, CARS will treat arthritis patients, helping them to lead normal lives.  C.-'aRS Campaigns and United Appeals all  over the province make this work possible. You make this work possible.  Woman reporting to clubwomen: "Our  picketing city hall to save the clubhouse  from urban renewal has been most successful so far. We've each lost more than  five pounds."  sponsored! by  Roberts Creek Volunteer  Fire Depti.  September 2<Sf��* in  Roberts Creek Hall  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  First game at 8 p.m.  3 cards for $5.00  TICKETS AVAILABLE:  Mr. E. Fossett, Gibsons  Seaview Market, Roberts Creek  Morgan's Men's Wear, Sechelt  or any Roberts Creek Volunteer  Fireman  ^rMBa^iggq^iig  NOW SERVING  THE  SUNSHINE COAST  "PESOlllJp? 3*7  RADIO - TV - STEREO;  PHONE 886-7117  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Gibsons  .     a-1        7 t      4.        -     TV  > * *�� AV % i*?v> A  ^AAAY^ -** 0  fcA* ��.,* A*******v j   7  a-af a. -a.  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Size: 3" high, 5'/A wido and 8" deep. |||^|  3-wiro 8- ft. cord. SALE! EA.   J|*U0����  iF^^awftw^ww^g^sate^^ '  RBO-JID IROE^BNG TABLE  Pedestal stylo legs with 12 height adjustments for /"***   A A  moro ironing comfort, standing or seated. SALE! EA.||p@||||||  DECORATOR IRONING TABLE PAD AND COVER SET.  Smooth, long wearing cover made of attractive decorator  fabrics with drawstring closure. Resilient Foam- O (^(Jb  cushioned doublo layor pad.     SALE! EA. ljj,Q@t^  CARBAOE CAF-3  Galvaniccd, corrugatod for extra strength. Drop handles.  Capacity 20 gallons (U.S.).  Slie 17H"dla. by 23 1/fl"  deep.  Sale! ea. 3.59  INSTANT POLYFBLLA  Ideal for all small repair jobs in plaster, wood or. brick. Begins to harden  as soon as it is exposed to air. Won't  crumble or fall out. In 12-ounca tuba.  s��":a w  LINOLEUM CEDENT  A specially formulated waterproof  linoleum cement for laying linoleum  and floor tilo.  SAIE1 EA .<4iU4��7  ?AuLAErE-A. 1.39  SCtflL 3-BW. tDUSTLESS  BELT SANDER  Intake system draws dust into baq for quick  disposal.  5.5 amp.  motor weighs ten lbs.  Ta^i'ea3'50:... '.       79*88  SICBL 3-BW. BELT SANDER  Lightweight . . . only 9)$-lbs. Flush design  allows sanding right up to vertical surfaces.  Powerful 5 amp. motor with burnout protection.   Anti-friction   boarfngs,   precision  cut  MAiUCEL  BASEBOARD HEATER  Exccllcntfor chilly rooms wricro additional heat,  means complcto comfort. Built-in automatic  thorir.ojtar.1000 watts. Woodgrain front panel.  36" long, 7%" high and 3" deep.  sR^EaA4!5: 2S��S��  SE16L    CIRCULAR SAWS  Fully machined housing and accurate depth  and level controls and sawdust ejoction system,  6H-INCH SAW. 5500 r.p.m,-���Ovor 1 h.p.  Cuts 2" lumber at 90��. -a^m   OO  SALII EA. : >/4 &ya<&&  7 1/4-INCH SAW. 9200 r.p.m.���Over 1 fi-  h.p. Cuts 2" dressed lumber at 45�� angle;  2 3/0" at 90V -a#a   OO  SALE! EA  3)Z��ot����I>  .'73.7} ^,-KTO^iggg  RAY-O-VAC MITE HAWK LANTERN  Full 3-inch reflector provides bright piercing spot. Floats if it  falls into water. Complcto with battery. Rcg. 4.98. SALE! EA.  *#38��#SiS!j^^  HARRISON SUPER CASTORS  Provides cosy mobility to any picco of furnituro from tho  lightest to tlio heaviest. Neutral grey enamel finish. Available in sots of four in oithor "Plato" or "Socket" (S\ e?)(7?\  typo. Regular 3.59. SALE! SET OF 4 SoM^  i^����NsS��  ENAMELLED  ROASTER  A superior quality roaster  with capacity for a 15-lb.  fowl or 10-lb. .roast.  SALE! e~)  *����� i)o  .*.  SANYO PORTABLE  RADIO  Lightweight,    compact   7-  transistor  pocket  siro  AM  radio. Handy carrying strap!  Reg. 13.95.      fl ^  (3^  SALE! EA.   .   JiUPo^^  BAT|4ROOn/3 EXHAUST FAN  Especially designed for bothroom wall  or ceiling. .Easily installed in coiling  or 2"x4"  wall.  Has 3"  round discharge. Blade typo fan.  Regular 19.95. <i*ft  m(��  SALE! EA.    Ji,  JO-.  CLOSET SEAT  AWED COVER  Heavy molded white composition closet scat and covor.  Closed front, Rugged polyo-  thyleno hinges. *{*) flfifi  SALE! EA. ^qVqP  m  AfiEROCIC SULVm-  COWCEALED  HBE^OE  For   3/8"   insot  overlapping   doors.  Satin copper finish. if3^!!  Reg 87c pr. SALE! PR, J  B  &"  ^^dt^^TT*^ s***^^  STANLEY  BUTT C-3IWGE5  Slxo 3'/a'*x3Va inches, Wrought steel  with satin bronze finish, fi2.C  .Ef  PR. 33  m  A^ECuOCEi aimn  Die cast knob, 2-Inch diameter.  Satin copper finish.  Regular 73*. /���} g^C  SALCI , EA.  ^^  A^EROCGI PULL  Die cart pull with 3 ���*-&" centres,  4V4" overall, Satin copper  finish. Reg, 39.. , 9(^C  5ALBI BA.   "��**  AEV3EROCK  r��1AGNETBC CATCH  Provides positive closing. Tar)  plattla case with permanent  magnet. Regular pkg. of 2-fl9o.  5Ati" A��c  Pkg.'ot  2       ^-^  ISElf WtMMG HEEDS  CANADEX ALIMINUM,  -^MD-3 WIRE  For residential wiring. Quick and  eosy to handle. Thermo-plosttc insulation on each wire.  ���r sv2c  SECTIONAL  SWITCH BOX  Complete   wllh   loomex   clamps   and  salei* ...        , , ^y-  CANADEX COPPER  NIV3D-7 WBRE  Similar to above but with copper  wire, 90* Insulation recommended for  lighting fixtures outlets, tfH^*'  SALE! .FT,      **  VINYL-PIASTIC  TAPE  Specifically made for ���lectrleal wiring. 33 ft, roll, 3/4"  ����,  '....   .2,..-2Sc  LEVITON  TOGGLE SWBTCH  Slnglo polo, snap action, A.C., qulot  togglo  switch.   Brown   phenolic   with  ���ss,": :..., :.:.3����  OUTLET BOX  3 4-Inch octagon outlet box. 1 %  Inches deep with all )(, Inch knockout and one ground screw, >p|||C  SALE!      V*   A^  LEVITON  WEATHERPROOF l���IT  An exterior electrical outlet for electric mowers, hedge trimmer... mow  thrower*, etc. Consists of cost aluminum box, u-ground, heavy duty re-*  ceptaclo and cast aluminum cover  with Individually sprung M Mffh  lids,     SALEI IA. ftfta^lrfF  LEVITON  DUPLEX RECEPTACLE  Duptaxu.ground brown duplex equip,  ped  with  break-off link.   Has   both  ��� ��-fttlcft w"** end ��erew-in "!Sff^*  termlnol  SALEI 33  W*"***-1**'^^  tmmmi^Mmm��m'smmmwui^MmmmmmmsmTmm^tiiti  **** ^^^^m*.^.^.**^^.^  .<��l.^^��i j*. f*.1^**1~^��l0.ir*.^ A.aAieVrfK^  ���Aa^.a**' ���l*'a*��-^.la% a-*��.^*��jf ''.  Fi   '  -*  J  >   .  t  ^i ����� ** *���  1  if  - ��^ V }  u  * v. ..v--.  ���a  (1  4  *.  fa* Ti  F  ->������.<  Jj  ' ��� a  J'  . c '  ���., 1-  ,   ,    ysjiits   <'m���"i    , "a*/.*. -*i. V       ,< ���       ,    ..    *.  ��v ���?,.��* a ���. ���, -"**������" *?vi a < ,��� ,,.�����--'*-:.  '  ���  ���* "i   '*..*. ,     *���-*��������,* ������**.��,  .   A rt  //,6    ��.  *\11*'A   A-AH  AAA&1  ��� /fa  I F> i  *fA.  *.Sl:-1  si"'  *.  -fa  il  Annual event . . .  Selma Park Fishing Derby  successful despite weather  OVERCAST  skies  and   threatening  rain tish  Isle.-*  came a  special message from  did    not   deter    sixty-two    daui.lle.--s Mr. and  Mi's. Bill Slade, absent for the  Selma  Beach  sparts  fishermen,  who set second consecutive year from the Derby.  out at daybreak on Sund-ay for the An- Bill who is also a previous trophy holder  nual   Salmon   Derby   which   brings   the and keen  fisherman,  sent  a  one  pound  ���summer holidays to an exciting end. note for thc salmon closest to 26 ozs which  Before the last booming blast from the s(*-ms ,0 h-!d a P15,0"-' of affaction in his  horn, sounded by Mrs. Bernie Duval, fin- *"'c:*rl- This year�� lhe note went to David  ished echoing round the Bay at 6 a.m., Grafton.  boats werc being .launched in a1 calm sea, Eddie   Gower   won   the   fish   caught  ideal  for fishing  despite the threatening closest to the hidden time of 10:45 a.m.  rain. and a host of other prizas were awarded  Mr. Larry Grafton started thirds going during the afternoon.                                   '  when he caught the first fish at ten min- Mr. Edward Gower did a tremendous  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, September 9,1970  a>*V>  Z     .A  3PF,< 'A A i"  Ci   *  fffjfSji^A^   t  IV ��� at ����V T\     .. ,-������.    , . 1  ��� Ljn">laaa       ~ . JRj   ta,b*jfl   "fcaW^    Ufa   _u-��r*��.��    Tim ...a*'      A ���jf  *A h'��! Jw^^7lxm^A  nsVS'.Ff a i*fv> *{..���-.��� sa-r *w��'��?^��V*��*"i    *aaa>A^'*i>I^X..^tfo'arJa.i^^laSa..t'  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIISOPIMCTOIII  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  . Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  Top  Fisherman  Sixth holder of the Selma Beach Salmon derby trophy is Mr. Lloyd Olm-  stead who topped 62 fishermen in  last Sunday's annual fun event by  bringing in a J lb 8 oz fish. Fishing    From^usband  was restricted to the area from Trail   for catching the largest total weight of  Islands   to Davis Bay   wharf   and    fish.  lasted from daybreak to 2 p.m. From the far away shores of the Bri-  utes past seven and by weigh-in* tima at  2 p.m. a total of 26 silvery salmon were  nsatly laid out by Mi^s Tina Gower who  was the "Weigh-in boss" for the Derby.  By 2:30 pTm. ffic verandah outside the ���  C3rruthers home looked like a railway  station during holiday excursion time,  packed with fishermen ail eager" To admire the catch and discover who were  thc lucky prize winnens.  The array of home baked delicacies  was also something to behold and the hot  coffee w;is more than welcome as the  rain came down in a steady downpour  but doing nothing to dampen the happy  spirits of old friends enjoying the last  long weekend of a fast fading summer.  PRIZES  This year it was the smallest fish ever,  to capture it's angler the Selma Beach  Salmon Derby trophy donated by Mr.  Jim Edwards and the honour goes to Mr.  Lloyd Olmstead with a 7 -lbs. 8 oz. salmon.  Previous winners were: 1965, Jim Em-  Wey. 18 .lbs 3 oz. I960, Bill Slade, 8 lbs  4 oz. 1967 Dorothy Richardson, 9 lbs 8  oz. 19S8 Charlie Foster, 8 lbs 3 oz. 1959  Gordon Head, 14 lbs 1 oz.  Second prize went to Mr. Larry Murray (5 lbs 1 oz) and the third to Mrs. Jean  Hairion (4*ri: lbs).  As Mrs. Hamon had already wqjT a  prize, Mrs. Dot Richardson wojK^first  prize for the .largest salmon catight by  a lady.'iMrs. Richardson wha/fiad caught  a VS* Ib. fish, and is a previous holder of  the trophy was delighfed because the  prize money reimbursed her for tho -lost  tackle which w^-sAausing much ribbing  who also won a prize  job as master of ceremonies and as the  little beats rested at anchor on the grey  seas. Hie families that live at,Selma Beach  enjoyed a happy time of relaxation.  'i  Man, returning home from work, to  wife: "The good news is I'm in the vanguard of the fight against inflation. The  bad news is ��� I'm fired."   "~^raTF..,...j ..Jil.l    .��.;*��!' n.;.jl,'.;i.' i luuu,^��<.M,j.Mi|iiy   ..n-jiMi ���!    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