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 Trail Islands . . .  Prime waterfront property  excluded from.  . a  Best Caaadi&n Graphic  1606 East 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9. B.C.  Industries Ltd.��.  Service  SEP 4 heci  2nd Closs Mall  Reais.n-.t.on No. 1142  PRIME waterfront lots c-n Trail Islands  do not come undt.*iH5unsMnc-Coasl-Re--  gional District Zoning Bylaw No. 35, although the islands are included in Electoral area B of the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  Explaining the proposed zoning to  property owners at the Public Hearing  held in Sechelt, last Thursday, Planning  Officer Mr. Ed Cuylits ..said.-that.' prime  waterfront lets had been zoned as Residential No. 1 to ensure aesthetic development  along -he densely populated waterfront.  When asked why Trail Islands had not  ^^7 77m^i^r?Ti^ 4  %   vt*\^|*  **f&/&Ad>A >:*.      aj  7 gzW^ffSm $j"^yi,7 * *���  ISLAND SOLD  Demand for property in the area is on  the .increase despite' rising prices and  Jlajggt/jarid' deal is "understood to be sale  of^IhesmaTlcr Trail Islands to the grandson of'old time movie star Walter Bren-  nan.  RING THEFT  Gibsons RCMP are investigating theft  of a diamond ring valued at $1,800 reported as missing from a summer cabin  at Langdale, the property of Mr. Robert  Lester of Surrey.  CHAMBER  BANQUET  Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce scheduled it's annual Anniversary  Banquet to October. Originally planned  for September it has been learned that  a number of members will be away at  that time. Official date will be announced later.  \  40 piece art display  depicts church origin  ON DISPLAY at Gibsons and also at  Selma Park, this coming weekend  will be a 40 piece collection of pictures  by a famous religious artist, depicting the  origin and historical background of The  Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints.  Ass well as the display of pictures  which has been shown in British Columbia. The Yukon and Alaska, there  will also be a film, "Man's Search for  Happiness". This film was shown in the  Mormon Pavilion at the New York  World Fair and is currently being shown  at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan.  Two missionaries, Elders Richard  Hartley and Ralph Beardon will be on  hand to answer questions and .talk about  the display.  Lady    Missionaries.    Sisters    Louann  Crabtrcc and  Joy Abbott  are presently  working   on   thc   Fcninsula,   calling   on .  people to discuss their religion.  The display and film show will bc held  on Friday, September 4th at 7.30 p.m.  in Elphinstone Auditorium and in Selma  Park Community Hall on Saturday, September 5th at 0.30, 7.30 and 8.30 p.m.  and on Sunday September 6th at 1.30,  2.30  and, 3.30  p.m.  also in  Selma  Park  been included, Mr. Cuylits said that the  nslands-fedTim'beea'zoned^becausetliey-  are difficult to control.  DISCRIMINATORY  The Sechelt meeting was attended by  31 property owners, and, as at tliA Gibsons meeting held earlier in theij'eek,  it was pointed but.'that the. minimum  floor area of 800 sciuare feet in Residential  I, could creat a hardship.  Miss Adele De Lange who is a member of the advisory planning * committee  pointed out that the minimum floor ar-ia  in Residential 1 is 800 sq. ft. compared  with 480 sq. ft. minimum in Residential  II, which is discriminatory.  Mr. Stan Ander^jn a'so voiced the opinion that many of the retired people who  come to this area may not b3 able to afford an 800 sq. ft. heme. It was stated that  minimum floor area in the Village of Sechelt is 750 sq. ft.  Mr. Cuylits stated thai this area was  set, o,j the recommendation of Ihe Provincial Government -Planning Officer, who  rhad actually set , a higher footage but  compromised under pressure.  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons Roberts Creek  '���>-~*������r-- 't-II---T-���-rr-.       c---��� ��� >--   ���n       7~   TT ��� -        ���.���7~. ^ i Ti-i��� T~. J     .-.-.-    ���. _     . _ _l *'  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, SecTJeit, Halfmoon "Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Pork, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, EgrKOnt  "  Union issS* Label  This Issue 12 Pages  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 7, No. 40 ��� WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1970  PUBLIC PARKS  Lack of public parksite facilities was  pointed cui by Mi*3. Chas. Murray who  has.been in charge of the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce Tourist booth  for the past two summers.  Mr. Stan Anderson also pointed out  the lack of public boat-launching facilities.  Chairman of the Regional Board, Mr.  Cliff Gilker explained that the Board is  reluctant to take on Parks* and Recreation  as a function of the Regional District, until  Victoria has a clear cut policy. At the  present time four Provincial Cabinet Ministers would have to be consulted on any  matter relating to Parks and Recreation  and the Board feels that there should be  a more cohesive policy on the part of the  Provincial Government.  Many areas on the Sunshine Coast had  been* reserved by Victoria for public use --.  but only the picnic area at Roberts Creek flippy types . . .  and the campsite also at Roberts Creek  had been developed. Work is scheduled to  commence on the Porpoise Bay parksite  and also at Smugglers Cove Marine park-  site.  Roberts Creek residents had recommended that the area around the breakwater at Roberts Creek be reserved for  public U-se that Mr. Cuylits said, that the  Board could not zone for parksites until  it has a budget to back it up.  utensils, salads etc. The barbeque will  also contain free baked potatoes. Other  foods and beverages will be available at  nomina.1  charge.  Sponsoring the 1970 Labour Day celeb-  Employees  Public  Union,  Pulp, Sul-  Inter-  America,  Re-  the Sechelt Indian Band.  Happy Days >��� * -    .  The summer holiday is drawing to under it or diving from it, John Ny-  close and every day is precious for . gren, Kyle   Nygren, Wally Nygren  the youngsters who will be back at and Bruce Lockhart are trying out a  their school desks, next week. There little barrel. rolling for a change of  .is always something to do on Gibsons pace,  wharf and if they are not fishing  Mo sanitation  irector raises questions  office lacking facilities  Hall.  \  WATERFRONT  Referring to the comment that all the  waterfront seemed to be zoned for Residential 1, with no public boat launching  facilities, Mr. Gilker said that it is all  prcvatft'y owned and the Regional District could only acquire property through  purchase. However the Board is looking  into the matter of expired crown,grants  which should revert back to public use;  BRIEFS   ,  Mr. Gilker advised that briefs and  letters of recommendation for zoning  changes should be in the Board office by  Wednesday,  September 2nd.  Mr. Cuyilils -explained that it is easier  to make any changes before the Zoning  Bylaw is finally approved, for it is .then  necessary to go through the procedure of  a Board Hearing and possibly a Board of  Variance Hearing and a Public Hearing.  THREE transients were scheduled to appear in Gibsons police court earlier  this week to face charges of trafficking  in narcotics following their arrest in the  Roberts Creek Gibsons area August 25th.  Peter James McKenna of Quebec, John  Brien Caldwell of Vancouver and John  David Parker, of Eastern Canada, appeared August ,26th before Judge Charles  Mittelsteadt in Sechelt and were remanded for trial, without election., or  plea to Sept. 1st.       '*v '        -*-,  'McKenna is charged with trafficking  in marijuana and LSD, Caldwell with  trafficking in LSD and Parker with trafficking in marijuana.  William Black of Gibsons appeared  in Gibsons before Judge Mittelsteadt to  face a charge of assault following an  incident in the Peninsula Hotel May 18th  in which he was alleged tb have caused  a disturbance by fighting and using  obscenity. He was  fined $100.  Kelvin Craigcn of Sechelt appeared  August   14th    in   Sechelt   to   answer    a  ifir    .  aW.      �����*,*.  *' 7a i^U*^4'*iauif*^f  '��� I * ' *W#'  '* l * ' 'Wtffi'lA , #A   AfV Ai  ��     - \i    A A !*���*���>��� ty-, J  v  TT '  I"?  ,  ���I            V  /  ;]/'  charge of refusal to take the breathalyzer  test. He was fined $350 and suspended  from driving for three months.  Charge arose following an incident in  which Croigen travelling on his wrong  side of the highway, almost struck a  police car as it drove over a hill at  Mission Point. Craigcn was stopped after  a chase and found to have been drinking  but refused to take the test.  Norman Angel of Vancouver, stopped  for a roulirig clicck, was charged with"  having no auto insurance. He appeared in  Sechelt court August 18th and was fined  $250.  Vernon Warran of Delta was fined  $130 following a check of his freight  truck which proved to have an overweight when tested by Department of  Ti ���.���import  scales.  Marilyn McDonald of Egmont was  charged with failure to keep her vehicle  in the right lane following a two car  collision near Secret Cove in which she  drove* over the white line and ��� struck  another vehicle. Total damage is estimated at $500. Unless contested, the offence carries points in thc demerit system.  Robert McAllister of Alberta attempted to puss another vehicle on a portion  of the highway carrying double solid  while lines on a curve. His speed was  too high and he lost control, bounced  into a bank broadside on and back onto  the highway. Dnm..go lo his nuto i.s  estimated at $100. He was charged with  passing  on  a  double .solid   line.  No charges were laid in another accident in which Isabel Wright of Vancouver was driving south near Madeira  Park when she was temporarily blinded  by a sudden squall causing her to cross  the road .striking a rock bluff, Damage  to her auto is about $1,500. She was  rt.  INDISCRIMINATE dumping of garbage  continues despite the fact a number  of dumps are open to the public and a  pick up service covering a large part of  the Regional District has been established.  Directors, at last meeting of the board,  found themselves confronted with a  number of problems resulting from ignorance on the part of a number of individuals who persist in depositing refuse  adjacent to dumps. In another case, in  the vicinity of the Selma Park breakwater, it was reported that people are  arriving by boat and dumping their waste  in the bush and surrounding area. Director H. Slade said he had inspected this  area and found it to be a place to step  carefully at night time. He said two  trimarans were anchored in the breakwater with people living aboard but they  had told him refuse was being dumped  gshorc from other visiting vessels.  Director Norm Watson reported that  RCMP had already warned the occupants  of thc trimarans that the breakwater is  not for permanent berthing and, he  understands, instructed them to move on.  Further, he said, a company is presently preparing to provide floats which  will be available to thc public for awhile.  Later a marina wiL] probably be established and an element of control will  then be exercised thus eliminating dumping problems, However, he added, it has  been brought to his attention that the  contractors who have an office above  the breakwater have no sanitary facilities. He wondered whether the health  department has jurisdiction over Indian  lease property.  Administrator Charles Gooding replied  that following an earlier enquiry, the  health department had indicated it does  have authority, However, the Department  of  Indian  Affairs  has denied  this,  It \\fas moved Ihe health department  be asked to look into the situation and  a letter forwarded, ulso, to the Department of Indian Affairs.  A visitor present, L. Fraser, told Ihe  board that he is residing on Indian lease  property and according to the terms of  the lease It is necessary lo provide sanitary facilities.  In his report, Mr. Gooding stated thai  Wild guesstimate . . .  Regional Director refutes  pipe line price variation  COMMENTING on u recent editorial In  The Times, director Krunk West, at  last meellng of tho Heglonal Hoard, told  fellow members It had been slated thai  he had quoted a price of $40,000 for  laying of waler .pipes for I "mil Hoad  user.*, while council of Gibsons were prepared lo do'(Tie Job lor $...r,,<)00. This, he  said, tended In make Ihe board look like  a  bunch of Incompetents,  Admitting thai the figure he had  quoted was Just a wild guess, In*, explained thai he had hinted his estimate  on 11,000 feel, Normally Ihis would have  been al $11 per !ont but due t.y.thc easy  nature ol Pratt Hoad he had figured at  $0 |.cr fool, thus making n total of $10,000,  On the oilier hand, bused on tho distance  th.i village planned on renewing, the  figure ol $l!5,0l)l) worked out to about  SI. per  foot.  Mayor Wally Peterson laughingly suggested Director West lake another look  al Ihe seal of his pants nnd check his  figure-*. He **mI��I (l��;ui*-��i -juuled by director  West were for Prat I lloud only, the name  distance  as   tin*  village,  about   one   mile,  Director Noun Wal'on commented  "that is ..till less than 11,00(1 feel", Mayor  Peterson added that both quotes were for  Pratt  Hoad  only,  Director West Insisted that his quote  was for 11,000 feet but director Archie  Kuthorford tniggestod It was pointless to  continue the discussion "the press him  ulw.iy.H been quite fair and I lint sure  will correct any wrong Impression," he  added.  Director Lorne Wolvcrton, report Ing  for the Water Committee following a rundown of extension plans, said the committee has boon made up of those In the  areas Involved, Unfortunately they have  been sadly luckli.,; In providing Gibsons  council with information II should have  bad, Therefore, he said, he feels tlio village should be Invited to have a repro-  i,dilative on tho committee, lie made a  motion to Ibis affect and Mayor Poloi'son  said ho was plea-iod lo agree.  Dhertor Wolverton also reported lhal  by purchasing pipe In quantity, �� good  price has been obtained, This will pro-  vl<k�� lho board with *"*>me pip** which  will provide lor any extra work (bat  might come up "il it) necessary lo replace  bad   slrelchi-s   In   .Soeholt,"   he   mild,  Halfmoon   Hay     previously   approved  ��� ���"'' Avfl  ..tfn.aa ..'.... ,,������ .,��... ,.    ,.i j, ,.,,vial,...,,, ft, a,,..,,, .,�����, at.  Changing Sccno  Work has started on tin. $.'00,000  addition to St, Mary's Hospital and  already new construction is chan^ini'  the appearance of the old bulldin,"-,  completed in liKM. Intension will  double the size and capacity.  water as n ruction and this is presently  under further survey and Investigation by  Ihe engineers, explained the director,  Director Jim Tyner advised the hoard  lhat It might soon become necessary lo  put water as a function to Ihe Pender  Harbour voters. He said he has reason  lo believe the board might be approached  by residents and at such time would  like to see then, given the opportunity  lo vote.  Director JJort Slade questioned possibility of 11,C, Hydro carrying out spray-  li.lt operations In the vicinity of the new  reservoir. Director Hulheiford agreed but  suggested such concern should also include water sheds.  Director Watson suggested IK", Hydro  be contacted mid ashed for Information  roiturdlng   spraying   plans,  Mayor 1'etetfon snld that from cuu-  cll's experience, any spraying thai .if-  fcclod the village , waler supply wiet  bliimed  upon  the contractors.  ���Ohftlrman Oiff tiiSkrr therefore *ug-  jested the authority be informed lli.it II  will be held solely responsible for any  such action Involving the Hegional DitiUI  Waterworks,  Rezoning Bylaw . . . .  ecord hearing attendance  in Pender Harbonr district  .-,>*  .  !i  Ml^^'iiiWhAin^iA'a'AiAAA.Arfk^^ f  w^*^^vA��AvA>AHAHAM#<i ���*���*��� A 0\n* A A fc>i  -*-,>*>.-A.**./*  i ��w#*v*^��u* ^��*,*A-  PENDER Harbour residents showed the  givatesl imprest In the Sunshine Coast  Heglonal District /.oning Ilyhnv, when 111  |ic!,*Kinn attended the ,las| of u series of  four'publle h.aringH, held throughout the  District last  week,  Electoral Area A Director, Mr, Jim  Tyner explained at the meeting held last  .Saturday, in Madeira Park School, that i-  local planning commission had l��-en established lo discuss /oning.  Commercial area-. In the Pender Harbour area are ,sl||| in a state of flux with  no fixed area yet established, At the prc-  ���'���'nt time il is limited lo'Madeira Park  with lb;, -prospect of a commercial area  at the head of the Fi:mc|s Peninsula HdihI,  There U a lack of s-rvleo Industries and  '���Im. extreme diversification on Hie water-  fi-int, Dim-tor Tyner said that thi'M-  lhrc�� problcmi* had been considered when  zoning was  being  planned.  Pliinning Con.ullant, Mr. Kd Cuylits  Wh'l I'-id been employed by the Keglonnl  Honrd for the summer, Illustrated th��  need fur zoning with ,, series of colored  '���lidos taken llumighout ||���. district, be-  ���!"i" outlining /oning proposed f*>i l.Ictor.il  Ana A,  FLBXIBLE  In fsVh.Tal, .Mining in III* Pender 1 Iui -  b.nii- nern \n reMririrtt in He-ttenllat 111  ".long Hie nta-Klin*-. around Hie lakes -mil  ' n Fran,'is PeninKuli., around Kurli'i Cove  mul   at   Egmont,   Tho   rc-*.t   being   Hum I  Holding  ami,  Resident!.d III zoning is ..x'reinely  flexible, allowing for hIiii.isI1 all activities  n;>w being conducted in Hit* area. It does  however Impose o;*rtain rcgulaliiiii*. on  silo sizes for single family dwellings,  motels, nut,) courts and hotels, building!,  for commercial use, gasoline service st lotions and restaurants,  There are also setback and height regulations plus minimum floor area of 1110  {.quiii*.- foot for ii dwelling unit,  NOW EFFECTIVE  Mr. Cuylits explained thai the Zoning  llylnw Is In effect now but will not be nf-  ���{U...1I until O.tolM-r. A 00 day holding  period conies into effect before lho Hy-  law bn urn*, offilial to prevent any undue spi'culalion,  The Zoning Hyliw cannot be linpo*>ed  on Indian !l..crvc I,and or on Dominion  (iovornm. nt land but such laud does  come under Ihe Health  I)cparliuoii1,  All suggo-.tli-.ni made at the hearing  wire recorded for consideration by lho  Itegional   Hi.aid.  One member of the public preferred  ''to !<->it io pi-ofanitv and abuse until it  bei-ini.* eviil< nt thai members of the public wen* prepared to support Chairman  Jim Tvner In .'xcrcl.lug Huberts Kulo of  Order,  A v*iU- nf thnnl'.*s wir* extend*"! t:i Mr,  Tynei jiiiid Mr, Ciivlll", h.-fiiiv (lie Ileal mi  elo'cfj^Hllel* Ii*-.-. than two hours d< llbeMi  tion.  the garbage collection ^contractor has  complained about indiscriminate dumping  which commenced immediately following  a major clean-up of the West Howe Sound  dump. A large proportion of this garbage  is from the ferry terminal and therefore  is dumped by a contractor. Mr. Gooding  suggested banning of garbage dumping  by contractors not equipped with compacting equipment and/or, closing of the  dump by a gate and the supervision of its  use during advertised times. He added  that a similar situation exists at the  Isechelt dump where access to thc trenched area has been cut off from use by  indiscriminate dumping.  Chairman Cliff Gilker said he had  seen the dump which is -a mess and is  becoming a constant expense to the board.  Director  Watson  expressed the  view  that it all go:>5 back to the question of  a gale, something he  has stated in the  ''past.'" '���'        '"'���"������     ���  ' ���/.-���;���-  Neither directors Wolverton, Rutherford or Peterson agreed with this suggestion and director Peterson asked "what  happens when they dump outside the  gate?" Director Watson replied "keep a  lookout and when caught have them  arrested," he explained that now official  dumps are established together with a  pick-up service, there is no excuse- for  the RCMP not enforcing the law.  Director Lorne Wolverton said he  does not agree "I feel we must provide  dumps for people and would rather see  us have to get them cleaned up than  have indiscriminate dumping," he added.  Director Archie  Rutherford suggested .  it is a question of educating people and  perhaps  signs  might solve  the problem.  Chairman Gilker, however, said signs get  pulled  down  and   destroyed.  It was finally moved the matter be  turned over to the garbage collection  committee for invtrtigation and recommendations,  1  Senior citizens attend  Golden Agers event  KOHTY-sIx persons, member*, of the  Sechelt .Senior Citizens Association and  Ihe Ciihsons Old Age Pensioner.*, Organization, travelled by bus to the Pacific National Exhibition on August 25th, Golden  Agers Day. Everyone! reported an enjoyable  time.  The nexI bus trip Is scheduled for  .September 2!lHi nnd ."10th to tho Interior,  with overnight slop ul* Kamloops, This  is the time of tho year when tho fall  foliage is so vivid and spectacular.  Anyone interested may obtain further  information by phoning lill,r��-ll772, Anyone  planning to go should telephone as soon  as possible so lhat all necessary arrangements can be made.  '���BMiigiiwiiBfflagiroM  ~tsn@ts  oint  i@ i7dy  to action!  In Today's Classified:-  mm. aaal m ���aaa.uaui ai .11 ��� aaaamaiwaaaaaaaaaa. aliaiw a. a.a. ii. .'aiiai.ui iiai 11111 1 m.  1)1 VII.I,HISS compressor, professional  typo, 1 h.p, eloctilc motor, 2 gal paint  tank, quart lop, iprny gun, hoses, complete, Ready lo go, Keg, value $'".'>(��.  Sacrifice  *f:i00,  mil '���' 1  I.iiiai a aa����a����.Maa.aiii,i ia.a,aaaMaaaaaaa.aaa��a��wajaaaa.��a.���aaa  ��� Time*. Clru.'.ill.Ht', rend, over 2,1)00 homes  (10,000 rrorfcr-a),  ��� Tlmr-!. Cln*.*,l(|pd*. <jo IN 10 the homci . . .  not on lowns, Mircl'. or In culverts.  ��� Time* Clfmlficdf. art? low-co'.t, high-potency  ��,olc. tonici,  Phono 005-965*1  pi*ffl^r^*ffmf*^W^|iW'!W  iW**- vuft -.iff. .a-ali *-r*fW^** * �����* '1'  -���l-lll-jt-w1*!  / V-*"**  Page A-2 Thc Pen.nsu.o Times, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1970   REAL ESTATE ^^} REAL ESTATE (cont.) REAL ESTATE (Continued)   REAL ESTATE (Continued)      ROOM AND BOARD BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)  _*m-iaTj*in��iainr--*-Tl-~'-i*irrinn-i-r*-rn*ir*rii���inrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn-i*irT"-*i-*i'*irnrnnr,  THEPENlNSULA/����e^ Sechelt - Phone 885-9654 -  Classified  aa1anffllf��ilEraaa-aJaaaaa��alaaaaaMltWaHl'aJina-a.aIa^^  Published Wednesdays by.  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot Secholt, 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 '.- ������. ���_75c  .$1.50  .15c  Three Insertions _���  Extra lines (4 words) .  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers ..* . ,, ��� . 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by'"  publication date.  Legal or Rcoder~advertfclnari35c~  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  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont.)  MR. & Mrs. Pockrant of Madeira Park, B.C. are pleased  to announce the forthcoming  marriage of their only daughter, Vicki Louise to Mr. Craig  Ross McQuitty, oldest son of  Mr. and Mrs. Ross McQuitty of  Madeira Park. B.C. Wedding  to take place, September 19th  at St. Mary's Anglican Church,  Garden Bay. Open reception in  the Community Hall, Madeira  Park, lit 8:30 p.m. 5117-40  CARD OF THANKS  I WISH to express my thanks  to all my friends at Pender  High who so generously contributed to the gift I received  before leaving for my- trip to  JBritain.  Thanks  kids!  ��� _Kit  Moffat,  5105-40  PERSONAL  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Tue.. Wed.,  Thur..  Sept.   1st,  2nd, & 3rd at 8 p.m.  THE BALLAD OF  CABLE HOGUE  Color - Starring Jason Robards  RESTRICTED  Fri.,   Sat..   Mon.,   Tue..   Sept.    ���������,������,��������������� ,        ,,  4th, 5th, 7th, & 8th, at 7:30 pm -EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. -7-  Meetings 8:30 p.m.. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. 4979-tfri  WISH to contact Latter Day  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. 5057-41  GIBSONS ��� 1 acre commercial property in key location  with over 700 feet road frontpage!! Ideal for development.  NOW. Realistically  priced.  Charming bungalow on beautifully treed, landscaped lot in  Bay area. Ideal for retired folk  ���close to all facilities���no  hills. Full price $12,400 with  easy terms.  ROBERTS CREEK'��� 10 acres beautifully treed, south  slope property 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.  ���fuily^servlced^view_Jo_ts--only__  100 yards to safe moorage. Located in the centre pi Pender  Harbour the hub of scenic  boating .waters and fabulous  sports fishing. Priced from'*  $2,750 with easy terms.       Q  For full details call Frank  Lewis .it the Gibsons office ol  Exclusive Agent:  WORK WANTED  A  BEN HUR  Color   &   Wide   screen   -  Starring Charlton Heston  DOUBLE FEATURE  HORROR SHOW  Sunday, September 6th at  11:00 p.m.  FRANKENSTEIN MUST  BE DESTROYED  x       plus  TOMB OF TORTURE  Both   in Color  Coming Soon:  COUGAR COUNTRY  5131-40  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .   .   .  is^joosed  to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  OBITUARY  STEVENS ��� On August 25,  1970, May Stevens (Copping),), of Vancouver, in her  85th year, Survived bv 1 son,  William G. V. of Sechelt; 2  grandchildren, William Junior  of Sechelt and Mrs. M. (Lois)  Williams. Kamloops; 2 great-  grandsons. Graveside service  was held Thursday, August 27,  at 9 a.m. in The Seaview Cemetery, Gib.sons, B.C.. Rev. D,  "Morgan officiated. In lieu of  flowers, donations to The G.  F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre  would be appreciated. Arrangements through The Memorial  Society of Ii,C. and First  Memorial  Services   Ltd,  5139-40  WESTBROOK ��� On August  ���"..-"���., 11)70, May West brook of  Gibsons, B.C. in her 75th year,  survived by 2 'daughters, Mrs.  A. E. (Daphne) 'Harding of  Gibsons; Mrs, A, M. (Joan)  Ross, North Vancouver, Six  grandchildren nnd eleven  great grandchildren. Memorial  Service was held on Thur.sihy  ���August 27th at 2 p.m. In the  Bim-1 Chapel, North Vancouver,  Crematian: in lieu of flowers,  donntinns lo St, Mary's Hospital Memorial Society would  lie appreciated. Arrangemeut-i  through the Memorinl Society  of H,(.:, ��nrl First Memorial  Services   LIU. 51111(1-10  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR, and Mrs, Glen K. McDonald or Wilson Creek, ll,(!.,  nre happy lo announce ihe engagement of their younge-st  ���son, Trevar Chnrle:, to Jnrqul  Donna Milner, only daughter  of Mr. nnd Mrs. IVter D. Mil-  nil* of North  Vancouver, IU",  51011-10  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  WILL    spray  $100. 886-2512.  paint  houses.  5123-40  HELP WANTED  HANDYMAN seeks work, carpentry, plumbing, what have  you? 885-2177. 5124-42  GIRL 19, new to this area  seeks employment. Grade 13  education, some office and  clerking experience; willing to  learn. Phone 886-7112 or write  Box 99, Gibsons. 5136-42  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing in paper hanging,  'nterior & exterior dpcorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  Phone 885-9715 after 4 p.m.  4252-tfn  ��� ������.... _  WANTED  WOOD cook stove, water tank  up  to   500  gallons.   Canning  jars.  Ph.  1180-7291. 5092-10  WOMAN or man and woman  for en re of home few days  monthly. Sechelt area. References, Box 5119, Peninsula  Times, Seehell. 5119-10  FJJvOAY REALTY LTD.  886-9900    ��� 936-1444  Gibsons -    Coquitlam  5134-40  ROBERTS    CREEK:    First  time offered!   VA   acre nicely  treed lot with road into property.   Close   to   Golf   Course. .  F.P. $3,500.  GIBSONS LOTS: Abbs Rd;  Fantastic view lots, 70' x 120'.  F.P. $4,800. Fletcher Rd; Lovely view, cleared, level lot. F.-  P. $3,900. Fletcher Rd; Large  ���lot.. 80 x 20 -x 200 x 180. F.P.  $3,350. Georgia * Heights; See  this KING OF THE MOUNTAIN LOT, F.P. $11,120.  Georgia Heights; Large view  lot, ready for building. F.P.  $6000. Georgia Heights; Overlooking Georgia Straits. F.P.  $4,500. Dougal Road; Level,  close to beach and shops. F.P.  $5,500. Hillcrest Ave; 2 .large  good building .lets. F.P. $3,300  each. Pratt, Road; 1.10 acre lot  fronting on THREE roads. F.-  P. $7,000. TRY YOUR OFFERS AND TERMS ON*  THESE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTIES.  MAGNIFICENT WATERFRONT PROPERTY: 160'  good pebble beach in secluded  cove. 1.47 acres of lovely park-  ���like property. Two story well  kept modern home. Fully self-  contained suite, furnished with  many built-in features. Heata-  lator fireplaces up and down.  Dble. carport, storage shed and  outdoor Pergola. This is a rare  opportunity to purchase for  ONLY $28,350 on GOOD  TERMS.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple. Listing Service  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver  Real  Estate Board  PHONE  880-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  886-9359  886-7760  B.C.  5138-40  GIBSONS���8 Vj acres for sale.  4 minute drive to shopping  & school, $8,000. Ph. 886-2150.  5041-40  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETTLTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  2 bedroom brand new home,  100 amp service, wired for  range* and W and D. Heated  by electric furnace. Move in  right away fpr only $14,500.  Waterfront lot at Sandy  Hook. Spectacular view, Hydro ;ind water by, full price  $8,000.     A  View lot at Silver. Sands.  On the highway. Try your  down payment to^$3.300 full  price.  20 acres with stream through  and hydro by at Roberts  Creek. Full price $23,500.  Waterfront   lot   at    Cotton  ^TblntAKeats   IslaTadr~offersT~  $7,500.  4.7 acres close to Golf Course  ���good investment at $6,000.  3.96 acre hom<?sitea_ on two  roads, near Sandy Hook. Full  price $17,600. _  80 feet of Waterfront, lovely  view, protected shore, good  beach and moorage, secluded,  water and hydro available.  $15,000 full price, half cash.  Tillicum Bay Lot $2,400.  2 bedroom home on 1 acre in  West Sechelt. 131 feet frontage  on Highway 101. View property. $14,500.  Multiple Listing Service -  DON HADDEN  885-9504  5083-tfn  SECHELT: In fine residential area convenient to shops  & beach. Attractive 5 room  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 stops  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 2Vi ac. in excellent  location, (large 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 Jots  close to ferry, $5,000 for both.  Only $7,500, on easy terms  for ���",-. ac. cleared lot. View is  unequalled anywhere.  FOR sale, by owner, 2 bedrooms etc. Winterised, furnished or unfurnished. A. frame  construction. Minutes from  beach.  View.  Phone  883-2671.  5109-40  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre SeclWlt���-highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-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  ilarg'e'rooms and sunporch. FP  $33,000. Try your offers on  downpaymeht and terms.  886-2481  Hall  Road. .3.8   acres   with  ^37Q!_joad-irontage ancL657I_on-  sideroad. Close to beach area.  2 bedroom .liveable .log cabin  to move in 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 ilot with  your own jetty where you can  mem-e any size boat and more.  F.P. $35,000. Good Terms.  886-2481  Subdivision material on Reid  Road. 2 acres of corner property with very nice trees and  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 youiA choice. The only thing  you need is money ensugh for  a lot, and that is only $3000.  886-2481  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone   886-2481  Richard F. Kcnnett  Notary Public  Evenings:  Jack White  Ken  Crosby  Jay Visser  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  BY OWNER ��� Selma Park,  immediate possession. Viewing Georgia Strait, 2400 sq.  ft. on 2 floors. Lower floor  walk-in entrance, 4 bdrms,  large rec room, 2 fireplaces,  dble plumbing, w.w. carpet,  large sundeck, carport. Features reg. rein, concrete "fall*-  out" shelter, outbldg. workshop 24 x 30 ft. Attractive  grounds, approx. M. acre. FP  $48,000 some terms. Ph. 885-  9630. 4878-tfn  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  "Sechelt. B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  ^WAKEFIELD:  Vince Prewer  Lorrio Girard  Box 2311, Gibsons,  I1AU    Steward    required    full  time for private club, Apply  Box    257,    Gibsons,    B.C,    Kx  Service Man only need apply.  5107-10  Mil, ,m'| Mrs, I .en Dubois of  Madeira Pink wish to iu.-  nounee the ei.gio'.t-intnt of  their only daughter, l)iii*l<*n<*  Diane .Susan, lo Mr, John Stephen Nehon, eldest non of Mr.  aiul Mrs, Harry Nd.-'oi. of Irvine's   Landing,  B.C.      5101-10  MIL and Mrs, Nornum Hull ol  Davis May, wish to announce  tli<' forthcoming ii.iirrluge of  their (I.iugTv.er, Ifpnih-T Kl|7:a-  lx th to Mr. W��yiu�� Lloyd  Hnieliotf, ison of Mr. and Mrs.  Lloyd Bracketl of West He-  (hi.it. Wedding to tako pince  on September 12th.        ."iOfllMO  TEACHER urgently require..  a babysitter for children ages five and six. Babysitter  must live within walking distance or provide transporlii-  tion to the Davis Buy school,  lteply to F, .lovlek, Box 22,  U.K. I,   Sechelt. 501)5-41  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  KII.LEK Whale Drive-In and  bus depot, Madeira Park,  Fixtures and stock complete.  F.P, $7500. Phone for appointment .|,,.l-..r>.!5, .1081-41  REAL ESTATE  rilEDROOM~i.il   elect ill!   at  Porpoise Hay for sale. Principals only, Ph. after  (I p.m. 4483-trn  PKNDI.II Harbour between  Garden Buy and Irving*.  Liiiiiling, lowest priced large  view semi-waterfront lots. Nr,  ,|uke, Serviced, .$350(1-4500.  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Pi^     ^J^JSW      ItftofcA,      SZ&*    ���<��\               -  V r* ,    ,v. ���.:."  *"                   **���      **                                                               aW^aaa.  * -**���(, , -,                   t    ���*      v         B  , (  '��r                 i       ��      I W%       *    ��j*     -  ���                                                                                             -���                                                                                              i��  m^    .���     I, H                   ���        ������  BEAUTIFUL 2% ACRE WILLIAM ISLAND  At Irvine's  Londlnn  In  Pondor  Harbour.   1,400  (t.  wotcrfront,  dioltorcd,  drilled  woll,  Full prlco  $35,000 with  $5,000 down.  For  BLOCK BROS.  Phono  Mr,   Good   2d3-4!)!)3  collect   or   730-5033  fast  'service on  nil  properties and  buslnciccs.  BLOCK BROS.  41.42.1 fn  230' Woterlront Motel ��.lt.. in Pender Horbour���$10,000.  90' Woterlront lot ot Pcndor Horbour*���$7000.  95' Woterlront lot at Earl Covo���-$9000,  Vi Aero r.cml-wotcrfront lot ot Carl Cove���$3000,  130' Wotcrfront, Pender Harbour, low down poymnnt.  6% Acrei, Modelro Pork,   1100'  frontODO on Hlohway���$8000,  10 Acres, Earl Cove, open to offer.  A Va Acre*; with 550' on* Lllllo Lako,  I Vn Aero view lot, Madeira Pork���$4500.  Mnny othor view ond tcmi-wotorfront lot*; from $3000 to $11000.  Term*, nvaltot.to on obovo properti-n.  Discount for Cos....  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, B.C. .  Phono Pcndor Harbour 883-2233  Half   acre  view Jot, j$6000.  3 bedroom and den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  %  down.  % acre of garden, lawns, and  shrubs; 3 bedroom home. $24,-  500 with Vz down.  Davis Bay���2 bedroom home,  $16,500.,  View lots from $3,200.  Halfmoon  waterfront���300'   at  $33,000.  View  lots���Davis Bay.  H. Gregory 885-9392  4886-tfn  T  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsoro, B.C.  Phone flBG-2000  MEMBER ,  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  .1135-10  880-203.')  1180-2098  885-2300  5137-40  200' EXCELLENT  BEACH FRONT  Hydro, Phone and Water  at Site  FOR SALE  By Lease-Purchase  Agreement.  $18,000 Cash Required.  Available as One or Two  Lots.  PHONE 885-9722  Or HavjBvYour Agent  Enquire.  4981-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  TWO bedroom furnished house  or  basement  suite.   Gibsons  area. Call Mrs. Au Coin, Cedars Inn,  Gibsons, 5075-30  FURNISHED house in Gibsons  nrea, wanted to rent. References Kiven; Ph. 085-9430.  5120-lfn  ROOM &  board  available in  Sechelt. Ph.  885-9470.  5089-43  Ci  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week. Commercial crew  fates. 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. ' 407fl-tfn  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  2   BEDROOM   apartment   for  rent. Ph. 885-"2014.      5030-40  BRAND ne\v;2 bedroom home  for  rent,  Salma  Park.  $130  per month. Ph. 885-9G06.  / ���     5054-tfn  2 bedroom waterfront home,  -���^eGtric���range���&-��il���space  ^/heater. No dogs. Vacant 1st  / September, $100 per mo. Ph.  885-9463. 5053-40  GARDEN Bay, Pender Harbour. 2 bedroom furnished  house. All conveniences. Fireplace. Oil heat. Private wharf.  Sept. 1st to May 15th. Ph. 883-  2561. 5051-40  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  SMALL furnished house for  rent. Annual lease. Corner  Mason Road &. Highway, Sechelt. Write Box 5061 Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  5061-40  DAVIS Bay, 3 bedroom home,  large family room and  living room, w-w carpet throughout. Ph. 885-2235.        5082-tfn  CABIN on beach, 1 person only, 1 mile Sechelt. $55 monthly.  Pay  own heat  &  light.  Furnished. Mr. Good 688-8796.  5127-40  2 BR newly decorated house  for rent at Roberts'Creek on  beach. Older or working couple or school teacher preferred.  No children.  Ph. 886-7193.  5140-40  ONE bedroom cottage, $75 mo.  Ph. 885-2100. 5088-40  BOATS & ENGINES  45  h.p. McCulloch   *$450  50 h.p. Merc, 1909 *$650  50 h.p. Viking  *$425  90 h.p. Johnson 1965  *$625  115 h.p. Evinrude 196D *$1197  33 h.p. Evinrude 1968  $395  40 h.p. Evinrude in. 1968 -$495  9.8 h.p. Merc. L/S   $220  ���Includes controls  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  5132-40  19' CABIN cruiser. Head, sink,  bunks, stove, built-in fuel  and water tanks. 50 horse  Merc. & trailer. Many extras.  F.P. $1,950. Call 885-9606.  4831-tfn_  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SELMA PARK VIEW  Lovely treed scmi-clcarcd view lot on tho hill In Selma Park,  only Vt block to market and distance transportation; fully serviced.  $5200 F.P. Call Stan Anderson,  885-2385.  WATERFRONT   - No. 1741  Largo cleared watorfront view lot, located In Eureka subdivision,  Access to beach; best fishing In tho area. P.P. $10,500 with  $8000 down. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385,  REDROOFFS No.   1453  View lot in Redrooffs, all facilities available; wator on property,  Ono aero,  F.P.  $4500, Call'Stan Anderson,  885-2385.  REDROOFFS ~ ~ No.  1596  81' frontage on Redrooffs Road, beach access, view, and nicely  Irccdi A good buy at $5000 with $2000 down, Coll Ston Anderson, 885-2385.  GOOD, sound llttlo bungalow in village. 3 bedrooms, full bath,  living room, and kitchen, All concrete foundations, wide lono ot  roar of property. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385,  VIEW LOTS In Davis Boy, priced Irom $3950, all terms orronged.  Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  SECHELT VILLAGE    "~ ~   No, 1737 and 1743  Two clcarr-d residential  lots,  good drainoge  ond  rxnosuro. Well  priced ot $4000, low down paymonts and c-o-.y Icinv., Coll Peter  Smith,  885-9463,  SECHELT INLET  No.   1450  w kitchen,  rgoln   ot   F,P.  2 bedroom homo, concreto bsmt,, auto, oil furnace, new kitchen,  cut   stone   fireplace,   5   miles   to   Serbell.   A   boi  $11,900, Vi cash, Coll Peter Smith, 805-9463.  SELMA PARK ~"     No,   1457  ft   1450  2 lorge view lots, mostly cleared���some nice trees remdln, owoy  from highway noise, Moth good buys at $4000, Coll Peter Smith,  885-9463.  3 WATERFRONT HOMES Mo. 1640, 1716, ft 1712  Privacy, beauty, Ixiallng, Each bos 2 bedroom homo, rath with  own special leotures. Prices from $26,500 with terms. Tor de.  tails call Peter Smith, 005-9463,  SECHELT VILLAGE No, 1493  Hove your own business. Store frontogo and lovely iurnl'.bod living  quarters nt rear on large lot, $13,000 will handle, terms on  bclnrice, Call Peter Smllh, n85-9463,   ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  WM&  &  AGENCIES LTD.  Box  155, Sechelt  Secholt 885-2235  Gibsons 886-7015  20 FT._plywobd with fibreglass  cruiser; approx. 6 ft. beam.  2 bunks, toilet & sink, electric .  pump; 100 h.p. Johnson outboard, like new, also 18 h.p.  Johnson in good condition.  Ready to go. Phone 886-7031  or   886-2513. 5004-40  30'  WORK  boat,  good  condition,   diescl   power.   $3,000.  886-9696. 5032-40  FOR QUICK SALE ��� 16 ft.  Clinker Inboard with 9 HP  B.S. Engine completely overhauled and ready to go. Complete $300. Phone 885-9326.  1 - 5048-trn  14 Vi FT. "68 deep-V Sangster-  craft fibreglass boat and trailer, 33 HP Evinrude electric  start; canvas top, side curtains,  day tank etc. A-l condition.  Bargain price $1150. Phone  886-28407 ^1W42  Kubota 8���11  hp  Diesel Engine  Single cylinder, water cooled,  complete with reverse gear &  controls. Safe, reliable, economical power for fishboat,  yacht or woi-k-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  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  12'x56'    Glendale,    completely  furnished, TV, stereo, record  player, porch & skirting. Ph.  886-2588. 5010-40  8   X   35   Glendale   2   bedroom  furnished   trailer,- $3400   on  terms. Ph. 885-2419, Sundance  Trailer Court, Sechelt. 4995-40  14 FT. El-Camino house trailer.   May   be scon at  Elder-  kin's,   Porpoise  Bay   Rd.,   Sechelt. Ph. 885-9691.        5044-41  CARS & TRUCKS  1959 VAUXHALL Sedan. Run  58,000 miles. $250 cash. Ph.  886-2118. 5110-40  1968   TOYOTA   Qorolla.   New  motor.  Ph. '885-2301  after 5  p.m. 5091-40  WRECKING  ���   1900~Mc-teor.  will  sell all  or parts. Good  tiros,   accessories.   Also   8   ft.  car top dinghy. Ph. 885-2177.  L 5093-40  ALL parts ��� 1965 Ford Fairlane. Good condition including 6 cylinder engine, for sale.  Ph.   885-237!). 5094-40  ���53 MERC. Half ton. Must sell  by weekend.-Best offer. Ph.  885-0711   clays.  880-2449 eves.  5129-40  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR, GOOD  ���     ��� /  Our Representative Mr. Good Call Collect 688-8796 (24 hours)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.,  TILLICUM BAY/SANDY HOOK  SUBDIVISION  16 Lots, Waterfront 8. Semi  Drive  down  Sandy   Hook   Rood  on   Sechelt   Inlet,   r,ce  slnnr..  CALL COLLECT, Mr. Good, 688-8796 or 736-5937.    '  COMMERCIAL LOT, SECHELT, $11,500 P.P.  COMMERCIAL  At Sechelt.  471'  waterfront,  all services available,  Suitable  for  Motel/Hotel complex. $68,000,  BUSINESSES  'Ladles'/Children's Wear, llttlo or no competition, locotccl rloht In  tho centre of the Penlnsulo, Excellent opportunity, Terms,  Variety Store 5 8, 10c located on Peninsula. Prime location 1750  sq. ft, Ideal lor man and wife operation, Slock $20,000, Terms,  Everoroen collection wholesaler plus small theatre, 100' woterlront  with four bedroom residence, Land olono worth half nsklnn value,  Hlflh return for owner-operator, Investigate this ond phono me,  Mr, Good 688-8796. Term*, on $55,000, or your houso in part  trade,  "PENDER HARnC4lR~  Located  nverlooklno  Gordon   Hoy   Wo*.t   nnd   Southern  exposure  |uir off  the hlflhway with elnht averaoe lire tots, cnn bo subdivided.   $20,000 down or  your  property  In  trade    Ideal  retirement. Mr. Good, 608-8796,  lots"  Two wolerfronl on Frances Peninsula, obout 200*, osl.lnn $16 000  each, Also 50 acres $45,000,  From $3250 Garden Bay I oko, sco (,lnns,  WATERFRONT    Retirement or Summer home on Ihe bench, Selmo Pork, $12,500  F.P. Terms.  HOMES  Summer nr Perm, residence llollmoon Bay, Garden Bay   Pender  Harbour, split level $16,900, La���,er modem home $10,000 down  ?r v"?r?.r M��l>Mn*. Landlno, Howo Sound, obo-.t  $25,000 will  handle, Will never bo repented, As a prosily, woterlront residence.  uver ., l-edroo-m ond quest accommodation, loroo nmunclt.  Ann m5oi01  'J"s'nc''%  onfl  ���-��f0"  Acreooe.,   Phono  Mr,   Good  ��...'.      .    ,,ml^',���   '    "���.'������'���'���-���'.��   your   area.    Block   Bros.  mSlLi'f ll    '?  'i0'0*?', '!!. ,hC  Wr"t*   '  0m  ��   r<:Q,,0r   0ml  ��  memher of |l>��� Induslrlnl   Commerclol ond Investment Division  o( lho Greater Vancouver Reol E-,toto Honrd,  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST, PHONE MC���WE SELL!  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  Mr. Good 6B8-R796,  24  hours,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.--  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE  I ���  )  A  i  ���A;  ***������ ll Kill ���J-l*>**'-1|^|||��|��11  ���ajtyaHaWjUat^miM^! f^timf*****'-.**'  fttl:+,mf*,**r��i 4*1 ^.-P���**..!!**^ &������**"* l*^*******-** ���"���������������"������'  A-^-*   *!>�� a^vAirttl AA ��<\M  ���   ���������lllaat" J*^aaA    -*|   -*||* || "   *      **   |***   -ff-| j.M ���a) ��� ajU,   tjU. aj^ jM  -    a**,****     4-.a-4. *.,*.,*.  ,,, *.,�����. ..-%--��*. -*-.��,..  Rl .aAaaaflbJ&lMtLaAki^ai.. fafe-, ataU.a��a (Hfe- ja*   t ,t -V-^^k^^ ls/;VLi �����"���''���"*��   ���-���-- a-i-./iJ^Lj^iiil*^*^^^  aY ^     ar. waraaaayyyy^^ T ^ ar^-r-r m V aj^j^aa-ar-y-y-aa-ayaya^^yay^^^aaa-aa-aay^^^ia^^^ .�� va.r'aa->a-aaa--aF--ayaw-aa^aa^^-a^a^ai^^r^ray.v ^ v "*^0-*4^ri*4vrvr<V4sirSPVr*4<0*i0<*44^^  -, "  -: _ a .  j" a '  AUTOS & TRUCKS (con.-.)    FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR sal-i ��� 1959 Rambler Sedan. 2 new tires. Good condition.  $400.  885-9755.       5115-40  LOST  YELTEOAV"-budgie- lost week  ��� Friday,- Selma Park���Bromley,   behind   Legion.   Reward.  5087-40  LOST AUG. 23: Convertible  boat top, with aluminum  framework. Between Gibsons  launching ramp, to Lnngdalc  terminal, back to Gibssn.-;���Sechelt and East Porpoise Bay  Road. Reward. Call G. Prost  885-9657. 5126-40  PETS  TOY    and   miniature   poodle  puppies. Most colours, innoc-  ulated. From $50. 885-9797.  5066-41  LIVESTOCK  YOUNG live unsexed geese. $6  each. Ph. 885-9362.     5086-40  PALAMINO  ponyv -ra.l---*-good-  with children. Ph.  886-2409.  5090-40  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  COUPLE planning to retire  have cash for 1 to 5 acres.  Close to Gibsons. Must have  good view. Write: Advertiser,  6426 Montgomery St, Vancouver  13, B.C. 5113-40  FOR SALE  CARPENTER tools. See to appreciate. Skill saw & blades.  Plaster & cement tools. Electric Box's outlets etc. Ph. 886-  7429. 5128-40  ���""OR Electrolux supplies phone  885-9474.- -     4769-tfn  TV, radio and stereo repairs.  Prompt service in your home,  or at our fully equipped shop.  Ayr-cs^ Electronics, Sunshine  Coast Highway, Gibsons. Ph.  386-7117. 4720-tfn  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  ,  8893-tfn  TEMPORARY electric  service  multi breaker. 2-110 plugs &  1-220.    Used, once,  $55.  Ph.  885-9685. ��� 5003-40  MUST sell 5,000vJkilowatt light  plant, gasoline"or propane.  Fully automatic. $900 cash.  Write P.O. Box 603,. Sech-Jlt,  B.C. - 5025-40  WHITE- tsnaniel heater &U'ook  stove or garbage burner, 2  .lids 13" x 26" x 36" high,-6"  pipe, only 1 year old, hew condition. Snap $65. Phone 886-  7789. -A 5111,-40 ���  DIVILLRISS compressor, professional -typer-1- HP-clecirie-  motor, 2 gal paint tank, quart  top, spray gun, hoses, complete, ready to go. Reg, value  $750. Sacrifice. $300. 886-2512.  ��� 5122-40  BLUEBERRIES  Wyngaert Enterprises  886-9340  5065-40  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  DUOTHERM oil heater, $35.  Homart piston water pump.  Complete water system. Excellent running condition, $85.  Ph.  886-2744. 5106-40*  INGLIS  wringer  washer,  $20.  Broil���quik   chef   rcti.-��*eris  broiler $15. Vi" copper hot water coil, $7.50. Ph. 886-9548.  5103-40  McCLARY easy wringer washer   $35.   23"   electric   range,  $65. 090 Stihl chain saw, like  new.  Ph.  885-9333.        5102-40  FIREWOOD ��� Seasoned, dry,  split  alder,   fireplace  ready.  Delievered. $25 per cord. Ph.  886-2717. 5097-tfn  DOUBLE french doors. Frames  etc. Complete. 885-9089.  .  ' .    A . . ;   5125-40  DANISH settee &  chair, $95.  Also   misc.   items.   Mrs.   "W.  H.    Montgomery,    .3/10    mile  West of Wakefield.      5104-40  LARGE Fawcett range. Some  repair needed. $50 or nearest  offers 885=9568.       ..     ^130^40  LARGE  electric   range,   good  condition, $50. 886-9690. ,  5114-40  SET  of " Colliers  Encyclopedia  with bookcase. Assorted LP's  50c each. Ph. 885-2184. 5116-40  ��� Volkswagen  ��� Honda  ��� Starcraft Products  ��� Sportsman  Products .  ���- Johnson Outboards  ��� Marine Accessories  ��� General  &' Glendale Mobile Homes  ��� IHC Trucjcs  ��� Alaskan Campers  ��� Factory  Authorized   dealer  for all above  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  885-2812 885-9646  "Financing Available"  5133-40  ONE  large  room  divider  72"  high by 09" long. Consisting  of 6 drawers, counter desk and  bookshelf.   $20.   885-2087.  5121-40  LEGAL NOTICES  ���teA-  Form No. 1  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  for Disposition of Crpwn Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate near  Sechelt, British) Columbia.  Take noticed 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  .less; 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  TENDERS  TENDERS are invited for con-1  struction of a wooden frame  poultry house. Further information phone 885-9978 or write  Box 387, Sechelt. 5011-40  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT. B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR, Mr. R. Allaby  PHONE 886-7502  AU. Welcome   *" -  -������ "������<.����� i-v*���I *a.t.'-jf|.yl(..  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.  Evonino Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (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.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 o.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m,  (2nd ond 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev, Jim Williormon - Gibsons - 886-2333  SECHELT AGENCIES HATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some ^dvance dotes moy  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  ~S��pt . 2���8 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt. Sechelt Garden Club meet.  Sept. 2���8 p.m. Birigo, Sechelt Legion Hall.  Sept. 4-���8 p.m. Bingo, Sechelt Indian Hall.  Sept'. 4���7:30 p.m.. Elphinstone School. Latter Day Soinrs Film and Art  Show.  Sept. 5���6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. Selma Park Hall. Latter Day  Saints Film and Art Show.  Sept. 6���1:30, 2:30, 3:30 p.m. Selma Park Hall. Latter Day Soints  Film and Art Show.  Sept 7���From 9:30 a.m. Sechelt Indian Village. Labor Day Celebrations including sports, barbecue and games.  Sept. 30���Closing date for* application to be placed on Regional District and School District List of Voters.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Servico  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  \7' 177T7"'"," >f><''mi*'^ww-i��w'yn,>iinpy*AHP"i*'-'"  <lv"*<iL:A* A' ��� ,"��� Au A '"-���1'. ���  ,  *��,      ^'"������""'"���ri-'iii'* ������'   \\       ,;Ua^,..aa.a^ita>,^ll��aaaai-LwAa-^  '����-a"��W**U*aa,jU^.-l.V..*  /i^Mfrlk'  ,��w-*-^ *,  E��  caaraisvGaaKi p/aoraGi wi  WALT NYGREN  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf ��� 006-9303  Quality   llour.o   and   Marino  Point.  PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kcm Tone  nnd  Shorwln Williams  Gibsons - 806-9533  .orgoii s  Men's Wear  G.W.G.  Work  Clothes  Work Gloves  SECHELT, 8.C.  TOUCH UPS:  FIRST AID FOR CARS  PART I  It's almost Inevitable* that your car Is going, to get a  few "scraper." when 11 Is constanlly threatened with scratches  from passing bumpers, nicks from flying gravel, or gouges  from another car door in a crowded parking lot? With some  quick attention, your car's painted finish con be easily re-  pqired( preventing corrosion and devaluation of this cosily  investment.  A car's motal is safe as long as It is protected by oho  of today's excellent automotive finishes, Once bare metal Is  exposed, rust begins almost Immediately. If allowed to continue, it spreads under the pointed areas around the scratch  causing Ihe paint lo flake away. More metal Is then exposed,  I and the corrosion cycle continues,  Touch-up pointing is an easy, effective way to stop  corrosion, ond special paint to match the color and chemical  formula of your car's present (Irtish'in available from your  car dealer or automotive shop.  Proper preparation Is important. New paint adheres  much better to metal or old paint If Ihe surface Is lightly  sanded. Make sure rough edges around nicks are sanded  smooth ond all loose paint is removed.  "Times   AdBricfs"  aro  MIGHTY  MIDGET'  i,V*��J'!K vf ^Mil J* t  ���HMMMMMM  TWIN CREEK  LUMBER &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  * Dealer  Monoinel &  Breeze  Paints  Sunihtne Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  s  Phone 006-2803  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists '  Fine Custom Furniture  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beoch Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phono 886-2551  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic arid textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and 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 line 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 Co-*-  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIAAATES  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, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sole  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Morine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Horbour 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 Bcningcr  Box 14, Secchlt, B.C. - Ph. 8B5-235S  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All  Kinds of Concrete Work,  Albert Ronnbcrg 886-2996  Welcome to The  Floorshine Coast  Howe sound  janitor service  Specialists In CloonlriQ - Floor Waning  Sproy n.d.lnu - Window Cleaning  REASONABLE RATES  KEN C, STRANGE  Phono 886-7lil - Gibsons, B.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Comper Sites, Pully Modern Collins,  Tenting Ground*  Lounchlno Romp, Hoot Reninls, Mooro-jo  Uncrowdc.l Natural Sotting in thc Heart of tho  Fishing Ground*., E..ilow tho sians.  883-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Pork, B.C,  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal  Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 006-2322  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 805-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals..  <��pa"     .  est    -- *'���  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    JffROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMAThS  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  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 Thermoglass  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.  Phone 885-9767  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Dlv. of Coast DacMioo & Trucking Ltd,  Flbrcolass Septic Tanks sold ond Installed  Drain Tlio - Cement - Relnlorclng Rods  Distribution Boxes, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, otc.  Box 89, Madeira Pork  Phono 883-2274  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples showrT'-in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towiria  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PK RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  \ Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensionol  Lumber   and   Plywood.   We   deliver   on   tha  Sunshine Coast.  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.  Phone 321-2388  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only. ,  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phohe 885-9494  EARNIE WIDMAN  tfor all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LT5.  Residential,  Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anvwhero in Canada.  General Freight.  Low-bed and heavy hauling.  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Dlcsol Repairs - Welding  Evlnrudo Solos - OMC Parts & Servico  Phone 886-7411  Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Toping ond Fllllnn by hand ond machlno  ���Sproy Ten Sparkle Cclllnas���  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING . SHRUBS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Fully Licensed Pctleldo Spraying for  Lonchcopino ond Trees.  Phono 886-2684  1  IS  I  I  *e  ***  IS  Ii " " "*"* I  ^M. dSiAitop cJLadieA    uUe  ear  1 R  Anyone  interested in  taking ovor business,  please  contact Mrs. H.  Bishop, Sechelt.  Phone 885-2002  1  ���Qi  ���i  I  S  -��$  s  "S  k  S  &  .IS,  'ISi  e  \  .Ji,  -* ������ 1 i *<.  *a����*.aai   a .* a- a Encourage amateurs  PROVINCE-wide competition which will  determine leading choirs ahd bands, both  junior and'senior, in all sections of British Columbia with finals at the University of British Columbia next spring was  announced in Victoria this week by the  Speaker of the Legislature, Hon. W. H.  Murray ot Prince Rupert. The musical  competition is under the.aegis of Ihe British Columbia Cultural Fund.  Associated with Mr. Murray's bands  and choirs committee are leading figures in educational and other fields, including Dr. J. F. K. English, former deputy minister of education; L. J. Wallace,  deputy provincial secretary; and others.  The committee is working very closely  with Music Festivals in all areas of the  province. All Festival competitions will  be completed by May 4 next and band  and  choir  championships  are., scheduled  echeit  Jewell  ft   ft   ft  Jewell ry  Watch &  Repairs  ft  ft   ft  Phone  885-2421  for the second week of that month in the  U.B.C.  auditorium.  Highly qualified adjudicators will select junior and senior choirs and bands  and community choirs and bands as the  winners in each of 12 different areas of  the province. These zone finalists will  then be transported to Vancouver for the  provincial competitions. Close liaison  with all school districts in British Columbia will be maintained by the committee.  Bands and choirs in six different categories will be welcomed in the competition. They will fall into the following  classifications: Junior Bands (students up  to and inclusive of Grade X); Junior  Choirs (students up to and .inclusive of  Grade X); Senior Bands (students up to  and inclusive of Grade XII) Senior choirs  (students up to and inclusive of Grade  XII); Community Bands and Community  Choirs. It is felt that the widest spectrum  of musical talent all over the province  may be discovered in this manner.  Mr. Murray made it clear that the  government-directed musical competitions will take place in the spring of every year. "We are confident that these  provincial championships will encourage  amateur musicians in every section of  British Columbia, adding materially to  the cultural wealth of this province,"  commented Mr. Murray.  .Following are the 12 different zones  in -which annual competitions will be  staged.  North Coast ��� Regional Finals to be  held   at   Terrace.   Including  School   dis-  Pleasant Spot  Pleasant place to rest after a round  of golf is the'Club House at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club,  Roberts Creek. The pretty verandah  with its flowering potted shrubs,  overlooks the greens and has a commanding view of the Straits of  Georgia.  tricts 49, 50, 52, 54, 80, 88.  Northern Interior ���-��� Regional Finals to  be held at Prince George. Including  School Districts 28, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60,  81, 83, 87.  East Kootenays ��� Regional Finals to  be held at Cranbrook. Including School  Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 18. 86.  West Kootenays ��� Regional Finals to  be held at Trail. Including School Districts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.  Okanagan ��� Regional Finals to be  held at Vernon. Including School Districts 13, 14, 15.  16, 21, 22. 23, 77.  Mainline-Cariboo ��� Regional  to be held at Kamloops. Including  Districts 19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30,  89.  Fraser Valley ��� Regional7 Finals to  be held at Chilliwack. Including School  Districts 17, 32, 32, 34, 3^42, 75. 76.  Metropolitan ��� Regional Finals to be  held at Port Coquitl^-fn. Including School  Districts 36, 37, 38. 40, 41, 43.  Vancouver ��� Regional Finals to be  held at Vancouver School District No. 39.  South Coast ��� Regional Finals to be  held at either North of West Vancouver.  Including School Districts 44* 45, 46, 47,  48.  Greater Vistoria ��� Regional Finals to  be held at Victoria. Including School Districts 61. 82,: 63, 64.  Vancouver Island ��� Regional Finals  to be held at Nanaimo. Including School  Districts 65, 66, 67, 68, 6D, 70, 71, 72, 79,  84, 85.  Safe Motoring  ALL set for your holidays? Well, if you're  ' travelling by car, have your garage  mechanic check it for .any obvious, trouble spots. A few minutes now could prevent a lot of inconvenience later, reminds  the B.C. Automobile Association.  Don't forget to check your spare tire,  too. Hidden away in the trunk it's often  neglected and sometimes low on air. Let's  hope you won't need it . . . but if you  do it's a relief to know beforehand that  the spare will do the job.  Take a few minutes put before the  trip to check these few points.  If trouble develops with your car  on a busy highway . .*-.. don't panic. Your  reaction to the sudden problem can often mean the difference between a minor inconvenience ^ahd a major mishap.  If the heat indicator in your car lights  up, just ease over to the side of the road  gradually and pull up on the shoulder  well out of the line of traffic.  If the hose connections to and from  thc cooling system remain secure, then  simply place your car in neutral and accelerate slightly to help the fan of your  motor cool the engine. When the light  goes off. proceed slowly to the next  exit and have your car checked by a  mechanic.  Enjoy your weekend outings with the  family . . . drive carefully . . . and "Bring  'em Back Alive!"  Screen spectacular  returns to Gibsons  NO FILM in the history of motion pictures has ever received the awards,  plaques, citations, accolades, governmental  recognition and special honors which have  been bestowed upon "Ben Hur." And this  week Twilight Theatre in Gibsons is  proud to announce a special four day  engagement of this wide screen spectacular, starring Charlton Heston and Jack  Hawkins.  With the spectacular chariot race, the  sermon on the mount, and some of the  most spectacular settings ever employed  by a movie company. "Ben Hur" will,  as it has in the past, prove to be high  class entertainment for all ages. Due to  the fact that this is the full 200 plus  ^minute version of this film, it will be  .starting at 7:30 p.m.  Poga A-4 The Peninsula Times    ,  Wednesday.. September 2, T970  :2|  a.**-**)  EWmM&Ui  Ea  ^mmmm  LANE) CLEA��G - KOADS - BULLDQZBNG  EXCAVATION - BACHHOE - DITCHING  Ff>  ���f  Fff?,  *ai  fMAUi,  1  I  l  MMarm^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  1. The Voter's Lists toTTe used in all Regional. District, Hospital District and School District elections and plebiscites is being compiled  this year by the Regional District under the provisions of the Municipal Act.  2. The lists will be complete for each electoral area of the District.  3. Those lists for Electoral Areas "A" and "B" and those for Electoral  Areas "C", "D", "E" and "F" will, respectively, be the lists used  by the School Board for the division of the School District into their  areas  "A" and "B"  is  PHONE  885-2848 or 885-2151  4. Each list will be in three sections: Owners, Resident Electors, and  Tenant Electors.  5. The owner-elector's roll will be compiled by the Regional District  from records obtained from the Surveyor of Taxes. The Tenant and  Resident Electors rolls will be compiled from applications received.  6. Applicants for inclusion on Tenant and Resident elector rolls may  obtain the necessary forms from the Regional District Office.  7. The main requirements for inclusion are; Canadian or British citizenship, full age of nineteen years, property ownership or in the case  of tenant or resident electors six months occupation/residence prior  to submission of declaration Full information on eligibility may be  obtained from the Regional District Office.  8. Corporations will only be entered on the roll if there is, on file  with the Secretary, a written authorization naming some qualified  person to vote on their behalf.  9. The list of electors will be closed on September 30th, rolls prepared  for public information by October 20th and Courts of Revision held  on  November 1st  following which  the  list as certified  will  be  printed.  (charted *J~. 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APfofiimi ototwioAnn MAnifir cnnrnnMioN nr ca.Iaoa ud pi tc nnonoimu, canaoa  *        M��nulatlu|��l�� ol CMO Mom Drive Lnglnoi, L��*n lloa (u>*<-r nio*oi��, (.now duller KiomnouilQi and f'Aoi Hum taw*,  Your Sunshine Coast SERVICENTRES'  IN GIBSONS ,         ������'���  GIBSONS imm SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO Marino  PHONE 886-7411  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira  Park  PHONE 883-2266  Eh3g.a*^^  K  if  :��� i.  ������*,.  :  a.��.^�� .,.  ���, .,   ..J*,..,. a^a  . ...��,Fvaaaaa.*  . *a*a*a\J^i>XJ^i,a.  , aaaataF^a. a, .,   V >���**. A.Jaa��V *a.aa.XFa.aa^Faaa..a,a>.^^'*aMaa**FaFa��aaa1a.  ^aa,A> J\A >-K��.*.*Ka�� ..��. ,  -.���.a.* ��,..,.. AJk.Ja.1 fr-V-VV ���������  moon Bay Happenings  Wednesday. September 2, 1970 The Peninsula Times  Page A-S  Annual event  SECOND annual British Columbia Festival of Sports. May 20 through Julie 7,  1971, promises to be bigger and better.  Last year, in its initial staging, the  Festival of Sports brought together 125,-  000 athletes from all parts of the world,  competing in 247 events in 64 BC centres.  Forty-seven individual sports were involved.  Already, 100 communities have signified intentions of staging events in 1971,  British Columbia's Centennial Year. It  is hoped that some 200,000 athletes will be  involved.  Two sports not involved last year���  basketball and football���have shown keen  interest in the Festival and are planning  events. Those sports tf.pt. did participate  are already making plans for an improved  program.  Bowling, for instance plans a vast zone  playdowh. Rugby is talking of hosting  Australian Cup champion New South  Wales. Soccer is negotiating with Leeds.  United of the English First Division. Field  Hockey plans international tournaments  between Canada, the United States and  possibly a team from RJexicoj,. Japan or  Europe. Boxing is loolcing -at the Western  Canada championships.  "There is more of an awareness of the  Festival now," said Don Benson, who with  Frank Bain is one of two special field  representatives for the B.C. Sports Federation.  The Festival of Sports is sponsored by  the B.C. Sports Federation in co-operation with the Government of British Columbia.  Benson said that a typical example of  community interest comes from Golden.  "Last year, they had two events. This  time around they have six."  Said Bain:" 'It's really encouraging.  Last year we had to go out after them.  This year they're coming to us."  The two field reps said that communities are asked to make their initial  submissions announcing names of chairmen and activities to the B.C. Sports  Federation, 1200 West Broadway, by August 31. Community sports organizations,  working through sports governing bodies,  have until September 30 to make submissions.  Satisfied Customer  Lucky winner of the annual Kiwanis  Boat Raffle, Noel Layfield of Surrey,  called to collect his fine prize last  week. Comprising boat, motor and  trailer, his prize is valued at about  $2,500. Turning the boat over to Mr.  and Mrs. Layfield is Kiwanis president John Harvey. Overwhelmed  with his good fortune, Mr. Layfield  said he already has a line bf friends  waiting to take him out fishing.  THERE was a happy reunion at the home  of Dr. and Mrs. Don Rutherford last  week with the arrival of Mr. ahd Mrs.  Ed. Smith of Walnut Creek. California.  Mr. and Mrs. Smith came for two days  but were so charmed with out coastal  scenery that at the time of going to  press, they were still finding it hard  to drag themselves away. They explored  Smuggler's Cove and Frenchman's Creek  and consider that our coast, with its  coves and inlets, is even more beautiful  than the fjords of Norway.  Mrs. Smith who is a talented artist  is preparing to put some of the finest  scenes on canvas so that her friends in  Walnut Creek will be able to see as  well as hear about the glory of our B.C.  coast.  Forme? residents who have returned  to Halfmoon Bay after living in Squamish  are Owen and Lois Edmunds with  daughter Cindy. They arcAenting the  McNeil house.-  Canon Alan Greene, a chess enthusiast  who  has  been  the  unofficial  champion  of the area for some time, beating every-  , y ��� f .w��j    k.oc*ly he can persuade to play with him,  ''irLl'f-rfA.':     has  at   last   met  his   match.   The   new  ..ijlaS^f   Win, fn.ni...aar.il ,  champion is Ross Conquest.  The Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital will hold its next meeting  on Tuesday, September 8th at 8 p'.m. at  the Ed. Cook home at Eureka. New members will_be-Jwelcome,���  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manton with Starr  and Rpss are home after an interesting  holiday driving through B.C. They travelled to Prince George, then along the  John Hart Highway, returning through  Jasper, Banff and the Okanagan. They  saw many wild animals, including elk,  big-horn  and  bears  and  hope  to  have  ������by Mary Tinkley  some good pictures.  Charlie Reese is resting comfortably  in St. Mary's Hospital.  Guests of Mrs. Ruby Warne last week  were her son and daughter-in-law, Frank  and Norma Warne of Vancouver with  Gerry and Cheryl.  At the Stan Moffat's have boon Betty  and Ed. Powers with daughter Kathleen.  Frank McCrady with his wife Edith  and son David have been visiting his  mother, Mrs. Blanche McCrady at Sea-  crest.  Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thorson and family  have enjoyed a holiday in the Bay and  finished up last weekend as guests of the  Bill Sexton's at Redroofs, 'enjoying some  good fishing in the June Bug.  ���  NOW SERVING  THE  SUNSHINE COAST  PEtOWT SERVICE  - STE88E��  PHONE 886-7117  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  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Mr. William S.' Nielsen take* pleasure In announcing  appointment to hit staff of Mr. George 5. Olack, a*  manager ol a newly opened nppllnnco, T.V, ahd Stereo  showroom, Goorgo, who hat resided In our area for 3  years, i* a native ot Dundee, Scotland, George bring*  wilh him to hit now position, 10 years of soles and  service experience In coloured/block ond white tclovlUor.  and appliances and would liko to tako this opportunity  to Invito hit friends and customers to visit him ot tho  new showroom for advertised opening specials.  a.      F;Fa''.4aj)/.:aj.'Fi^4a.a...  . a   . a   .*.,..,,,   ,1^,,  ,���:..,  ....^t-F.'.     . *"f,k |  ,.   a    -   a-.a 1, I. al   - �� 0/V I.    I*.  *   , ��� 7 1*  y.'..  :x :.*%**A^ffi.,'.^  Section B  Gibsons Rural . . .  Wednesday, September 2, 1970  Pages  lid opposition indicates  general zoning acceptance  FIRST  Public  Hearing   held   to  discus.*;  Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Bylaw No. 35, attracted 36 persons  from electoral areas E and F which include the whole of the rural Gibsons  area, plus the area throush to Langdale.  Director Frank West explained that  the Bylaw is not meant solely to impose  restrictions; the main aim is to preservn  the environment and, "for our protection".  Main objection registered at the meet-  in'} was that the extent of Residential II  zoning is too restrictive, as .large blocks of  land are included North of the Reed Road  ara and also in the Pratt Road area.  Residential II restricts property to  single family dwellings; mobile homes  only in mobile home parks; comprehensive development; market gardening, fur  farming, animal and stock raising according to acreage involved.  Planning consultant Mr. E. R. Cuylits  explained that the boundary line which  divides "Residential II from the Rural  Holding Zone roughly follows the boundary of the area which can be served by  thc Regional Waterworks.  Mrs. David Leslie who represented  Delta Lands expressed the opinion that  areas included in Residential II zoning  could be used for .light industrial or camping grounds. He also felt that it will  be some time before much of this area is  serviced with water, and that Ihis type  of zoning will force people into subdividing.  GIBSONS HEIGHTS  Mr. Jim Gurney, President of the Gibsons Heights Ratepayers, pointed out that  at the March meeting with Regional  Board representatives, it had been agreed  that the area North of Reed Road would  be a Rural Holding Area but It has now  been included in the Residentiail II zone.  Director West felt there might have  been a slip-up there and the Board wouild  check into the matter. ~-  PRATT ROAD  Many property holders in the Pratt  Road area felt that mobile homes should  be allowed for residential use in this  area and requests were made regarding  re-zoning as a Rural Holding area.  Beth Director West and Chairman of  the Board Cliff Gilker said that a new  ruling is hoped for, from Victoria regarding mobile homes, which in some cases  is a misnomer as these are really prefabricated houses. The matter had been  brought up bfore the Union of BC Municipalities.  SOAMES POINT  Soames Point Property owners had  prepared a brief and sent a delegation to  the meeting. The brief commended the  Regional Board on zoning the coastal  area as Residential I which is strictly for  single family dwellings.  Only . two objections were registered;  one dealt, with a break in the continuity  of the zoning and the other felt that tlie  minimum "floor area per dwelling uiiit,  which is 800 sq. ft. is too larg.c for what  could be an octttsiona! guest cabin. Two  dwellings are allowed per parcel; provided site area requirements are mot.  NON CONFORMISTS \  Asked what, would be the status of  those pi-e.sently,JLying in accomodation not  approved in the new zoning bylaw or  conducting <t business not allowed in the  nt.w zoning, the Municipal Act was quo-  tod which reads as follows: \  "A building of structure lnwfii'.ly\un-  der construction at the time of corning  into force of the zoning bylaw shall, for  the purpose of that bylaw, be deemed to  be a building or .structure existing at that  time.  A hiwful use of premises existing at  the time of the adoption ot the zoning  bylaw, although  .such use does nol  con  form to the provisions of the bylaw may  be continued; but if such nan-conforming  u-i> is ''discontinued for a period of 30  d;ys, any future use of those premises  shall be* in conformity with the provisions  cf tlie zoning bylaw."  The a*\ct also states that the business  may be extended throughout the building  but no structural alterations shall be made  unless allowed by the Board *of Variance  (which is an appeal board).  If the building is -destroyed or damaged to the extent of 75 per cent of more  of its value above its foundation, it shall  not be repaired or reconstructed except  for a conforming use.  A change of tenants or occupants shall  no*! be deemed to effect the use of the  premises.  PUBLIC HEARING  Planning Consultant, Mr. Cuylits advised that all objections registered at the  public hearing and all briefs submitted  would be given due consideration by the  Board  Hot-line JJetector  Novel and exp^nisive piece of equipment in thie, area recently was this  Thermo-yision camera valued, at  more titan $30,000 and property of  B.C, ���'Hydro.. Together with two electrical engineers, the equipment -tra-  The Zoning Bylaw would not becomeA^ throughout the province check-  ....... ..?._/..._       ... .   ... . A   mg Hydro linfes and installations for  faults and short circuits. The camera,  used either on top of a truck or installed in a helicopter, moves beneath  or above lines at speeds of 15 to 20  mph and records by closed circuit  any hot spots in the system. Any  law until it, had been sent to Victoria,  after Ihe Public Hearings had been- completed, for the Lieutenant Governor's approval and then finally adopted by the Regional Board.  Application for re-zoning can be made  and if this fails to meet with the Board's  approval, an appeal can be lodged with  the Board of Variance which consists of  one person chosen by the Regional Board;  one chosen by the Lieutenant Governor  and a third person chosen by the first  two members. Members of the Board of  Variance may serve for a three year term  with no remuneration other than their  expenses.  Legion Ladies provide  $507,602 for charity  LADIES Auxiliary to the Legion in British Columbia raised $507,602 for community and Legion projects, announced  President Mrs. Agnes Keegan in th annual report.  The terrific efforts of the 10,903 members in 154 branches, running rummage  sales, catering meals, bingo, bazaars, fashion shows and raffles amounted to  hours of voluntary service.  Apart from $168,970 donated to branches for maintenance, building and welfare, $304, 022 was given to many other  deserving cases.  No worthwhile request is igtvored.'be  it unwed 'mothers, junior sports, Rest  homes, retarded and sick, CNIB or Salvation Army all get consideration according  to their needs although they are not in  anyway connected with the Legion.  A further plus in the Ladies efforts of  which no price can ever be assosecf are  visits to the sick at home or hospital���  the cleaning of needles for Operation  "doorstep" and getting Senior citizens out  on tours or for shopping.  The volunteer hours washing dishes,  and carrying out the multitude of chores  required, show us the true meaning of  charity by those wonderful Legion Ladies.  heated point shows up on the picture  as a white spot which can be easily  traced later. From left: local Hydro  manager Erich Hensch, engineer  Jose Tuells, journeyman-linesman  Harold Nelson and engineer Les  Szentmiklossy.  MOVES AHEAD  Variety store operator Neil Campbell  of Campbell's Variety moves a step ahead  with announcement that he now offers  credit cards, Gambles Canada. Account  Cards. The cards may be used as 30  days from date of invoice or as regular  charge accounts with monthly payments.  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Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor and Publisher
Huaa© fiw re^e^amtmsatla&iia?
THE GRISLY   Tatc-LaBianca murder
trial in Los Angeles grinds on.-kv^.^
It is now in its  12th week. • \
There is a warning and a lesson to
bc gained  from  this  highly  publicized
and dramatic case. It shows clearly what
can happen when the ethics and practices
of the legal profession are lowered oi*
when the courts fail properly to carry
out fundamental justice.
The Los A.ngcles trial, featuring the
sinister and evil Charles Manson and
his hippie family (followers), has become virtually a three-ring circus. It
was months and months before this trial
ever opened.
More and more Americans feel that
justice would be better served and their
society more soundly protected if the
usual practices pj-evailjpg in Panada and
Britain were adopted in the United
States. Some Americans say that if they
could export some of their 20th century
plumbing to England in exchange for the
British courts and legal procedures, it
would be an excellent exchange with
America receiving the biggest dividend
of thc transaction.
In too many instances judges in the
United States arc elected and the rankest
kind of politics enters into these considerations. More and more lawyers arc
engaging in questionable and even ne-
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farious practices. Upholding thc law is
not a prime consideration. Getting the
"client off regardless of his guilt or the
immensity of his crime seems to be the
sole objective of too many American
Even in Canada there has been a
tendency, in recent years to overprotcct
the criminal at the cost of society generally. In some cases our judges have become ovcrsentimental and maudlin.
In other cases, thank goodness, some
of our judges have taken a hard look
at thc situation and come up with sentences which should create some respect
for the law. One such instance was the
Vancouver Island judge who ordered a
grubby young individual to wash and
clean up before he. would hear hi*, case;
and we remember with respect one of
our local judges who cited a young
smart-aleck for contempt when he deliberately slammed the door on leaving
the courtroom.
It is natural to resist contamination.
Perhaps now would be a good time, in
the light of the Tate-LaBianca trial, for
the Canadian legal profession to make
a self-examination; and where indicated,
to rededicate itself to the finest and
truest tenets of the law: It would be a
tragedy if wc permitted our judicial and
legal systems to follow thc degeneracy
of the American systems.
PERTINENT questions have been recently asked in council regarding the
fact a group of American individuals
have taken up residence on Trail Island
and have built a number of shacks, apparently without  building permits.
While this is strictly a matter for
the Regional Board and more specifically
the Regional Building Inspector, council
as an elected public body has every right
to express concern, in fact everyone has
cause to express concern should it prove
we have two sets of rules involving the
building code.
It would, for instance, be extremely
questionable should it be possible for
a grbup of American hippy types to
form acolony within the regional district
and set themselves up in a cluster of sub
standard shacks while long time taxpayers are forced to conform to every
rule in thc building code.
Thc situation would then seem a
simple onevif^ the N at tonal IBuildmgGodp
has been adopted l>y the Surisnine Coast
regional district, then there should be
one set of rules only. Certainly a certain amount of flexibility should be incorporated within reasonable bounds but
there is no room for two different sets
of rules.
Board building inspector Fred Reyburn tells us that there is no such thing
as two sets of rules but the area is so
spread out that it is virtually impossible
to be aware of every building going up.
It is possible for people to build in an
isolated area without his knowledge for
unless they ask for a building permit
he will naturally be unaware of their
activities. In the case of Trail Island,
the individuals concerned have sought
a building permit. They submitted plans
which were rejected and were told to
bring them up lo standard, but so far
have nol returned and no permit has been
issued. Further, it was his understanding,
although he has nol visited the Island,
that only a lent and a plastic covered
shelter presently exists.
Mr, Reyburn has also brought to our
attention the fact thai in l'K,7 thc board
agreed lhal a policy should exist regarding areas where building codes should be
enforced.  At  thnt  lime director  Frank
West is reported, as stating he was more
concerned with sub-standard sanitation
rather than sub-standard building. It
was recommended that full standards be
enforced from an arterial road to the
waterfront and for a distance of 1,500
feet on the opposite side of thc arterial
road. In the case of a secondary road
it would be in force for 1,500 feet on
either side of the road.
However, Mr. Reyburn says that this
does not suggest the board has no control outside these limits, also that he
plans on making a personal investigation of what has been constructed on
Trail Island.
This is as it should be and wc sincerely hope Mr. Reyburn follows through
for if this type of nose thumbing' at
authority is permitted to continue, then
the regiomdjboard will have a great deal
to answer to* by taxpayers of the district.
It would encounter considerable difficulty
in prosecuting local residents for build-
ing^infractipns should Upturn a blind; eye.:
to an element from afar entering ttyc
area and breaking all thc rules in thc
Significantly, a spokesman for the
Trail Island promotion told us last week
that the buildings on thc Island were
up to standard. This sounds rather
strange when it is considered no permit
or official inspection ha.s been given. He
also asserted that when only outside
toilet exists, then plumbing is not required inside. Regarding allegations of
nudity in view of boats, lie said he sees
nothing wrong?
Well, good for him, that is a matter of opinion but when we have, over
the years, set up a standard of acceptable
rules and general behavior with laws to
back it up, then wc would suggest this
is a type of American infiltration we do
not   need.
We see little wrong with U.S. investment which helps develop the country
providing bulk of thc proceeds are kept
in the country. Rabble, wc do not need,
draft dodgers we need .even less for
these are a breed who will not fight
for their own country, they seek refuge
and a living here but would run like
rats the moment Canada became involved in war.
Crying  over spilt milk.
EVERY community has its back-room
lawyers''or aspirants to fame, and
sometimes fortune, as defenders of the
rights of those they fondly consider to
be inadequately accomplished in the
seemingly ceaseless battle against
Some of these people nre sincere
upholders of the rights of the individual.
'Ihey do not seek public office but
rather act ns spokesman for concerned
groups the moment autocracy raises its
ugly head. It is good to have persons
such as this for otherwise, as we now
know only too well, dictatorships are
never far away.
On the other side of the fence we
become frayed and for a while
hostility prevails,
Much of this could easily have been
avoided had the vociferous individual
responsible taken the trouble to keep
abreast of the subject. As an example,
by following news reports in the local
I-very editor goes through the same
routine from time lo time; phone call
from an anguished resident demanding
to know how come an elected body has
the power to do this or that.
Carefully explain lhal il is because
the people approved Ihe function by
Referendum which was given ample
publicity by way of advertisement and
Page B-2 The Peninsula Time**
Wednesday,, September 2, 1970
Readers' Right
Editor, The Times.
Sir: Upon relurnrng-from-vaeationr-I—
was disgusted an-* disappointed to see
in an earlier ed'uk * of the paper, that
someone else ha"d been given credit for
the first hole-in-one, at the local golf
My husband made thc first LEGITI- *
MATE holc-in-onc on the eighth hole in
June or July and he had a witness too,
but the "powers that be" at the golf
* club don't consider a 10-year-old boy witness enough, plus wc aren't members, and
let's face it, unless are "somebody" in
this world, you apparently don't count.
My husband was of the opinion that
go|f was a game of honour. There is no
other way you can possibly play, because
if you cheat it is against none but yourself.
I am oLtbe opinion that apparently you
should always play with "witnesses" and
whenever you tee off,, be sure to yell
"watch" because if you get a hole-iri-
one you have to be a pretty important
-member, because they won't acknowledge
it otherwise.
Open letter
Editor, The Times,
Dear Mr. Premier: May I make a few
helpful suggestions for your benefit and
"The best ferry sevica in the world."
I have b$en a resident in Great Britain
and travelled widely all over • Europe
where of necessity Ferries are normal
transport for the use of those who pay the
taxes to support them.
Here in B.C., the tourist gets all the
benefit of these magnificent ferries, but
the local residents are forced to travel
, by Bus or as foot passengers during the
months of July and August and on any
public holiday because they cannot, being on business bent, afford to sit in a
queue for anything up to six hours.
As you are well aware through the
excellent services of your Minister without Portfolio, The Hon. Isabel Dawson,
most of the residents on the Sunshine
Ccast are retired and on Pension, and
these naturally go on foot as they cannot
afford cars.
What facilities are there for these local
I would like to suggest:
1. At least six push carts for taking .
luggage from the ticket office to and on
to the Ferry at each end of the .line, i.e.
Horseshoe Bay and Langdale. 6 labelled
for each end exchangeable. If, at the end
of cne day, eleven were at the Horseshoe
Bay, tlie extra five could be put on the
last Ferry back to Langdale.
2. A luggage crate on wheels to be
pushed aboard the Nanaimo Ferry, from
the Langdale one at Horseshoe Bay, Many
of us choose Vancouver Island as a holiday place and thus keep our money in
3. That all full time and particularly
part-time summer help "on any ferry service be trained to be polite to the General
public whom they serve as public servants.
A letter re local so-called 'Help' has
been forwarded to Mr. Finlayson, Manager at Langdale, re unbelievable rudeness
to a guest of mine, President of the New-
asked how did a certain individual become their representative on thc Regional
Board? Told he was elected by acclamation, he stated "wc did not know he was
representing us, how are wc to know
these things".
Now, this is an absurd situation.
The Regional Board has been established
for about four years. Directors and the
areas they represent have been spelt out
each year both by advertisements and
news reports. Not once but many times
up to thc election period and there certainly i.s no simpler and more straightforward means of publicising the facts,
yet months later such questions are asked.
Another person, and one who has
long been actively interested in the
Regional District, quite recently asked
"how did the Board get into the garbage
business?" . . .
Garbage as a function was one of the
earliest projects and was discussed and
reported for about two years, finally
reaching the stage of Bylaw preparation
followed by announcements, news reports, advertising and distribution of
literature, and eventual Referendum.
Apart from Pender Harbour, the Bylaw'
received overwhelming acceptance. Yet
months later we arc asked "Mow come
we knew nothing about it?"
A simple situation exists, we now
have a Regional District firmly established on the Sunshine Const, its actions
affect everybody living outside either one
of tlie two villages, Consequently it is
of lite utmost importance lhal all residents of the District acquaint themselves
with its existing and proposed functions.
It would also be wise policy to make
good and sure who represents who aiul
York Travel Association on his first visit
to B.C.
As a local resident waiting for your
long promised road from Port Mellon to
Squamish, when or if it is ever built, I
need no longer queue for the Biggest and
Best Ferry Service.
P.S. When and where the Squamish-,
Port Mellon road is built, may I suggest
-that it bo i->aid--foi*-4»y-U\ose-^io-A^hH.tar-
comments to the. press, we assume for
added publicity to her cause.
■ While we are all aware of the present
inadequacy of .the ferry system bet-ween
Horsshee Bay and Langdale, we have
never before heard of rudeness by ferry
employees even though the attitude of
some passengers leaves much to be desired.
They are certainly not employed as whipping boys for every would b*>.. potentate
ily choose to use it for vacation purposes
to see some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. That is, that every car
not bearing a BC Licence plate, be charged
a fee of One Dollar, thus causing no loss
on the Ferries.
Re Postal Services in B.C.
I personally would dike all present
personell sacked, and all Hippy Type Welfare cases be given the chance to be of
the Establishment. The* present service
could not be worse so maybe this would
be better.
I would dike to know your views on
this'matter as Premier of British Columbia and Minister of Finance.
(Editors Note: The above is a letter
sent to Premier W. A. C Bennett by a
Rediooffs resident who has ciiculated her
who comos  along snapping his,  6r~her,
Food for thought
Editor, The Times,
Sir: Your editorial of August 26th
gives food for thought. Am I to understand that by using Pratt Road as an
example our Regional Board water system will cost approximately a half million dollars more than was necessary?
I would suggest that either an explanation or a resignation would be in
Editor, The Times,
Sir:  Some figures and editorial comments thereon printed in last Week's paper
require clarification to allow taxpayers
and the general pi^ic r^, fairer appraisal of facts. '■*■>.*
A-. a member of the Sunshine Coast
Regional Beard since its formation-I deeply regret the constant attempts to discredit this rather young venture into local
government and a board -composed of
men who strive to the best of their nbili-
ties ta serve their fellow citizen and who
—after all—have been dlected  to represent the vast majority of residents.
This presently prevalent sport of 'onc-
—see page B-3
-offmi 5  (^oiffureA
Marine Drive, Gibsons
Phone 886-2322
have Ihe soup box type ornfors ready to    news reports and the reply comes back    \»si bow  much  and in what way each
raise ctiin at the drop ol a hat without "1 didn't see anything about it and I
any attempt to jisscrtnin the facts first, mkc the paper". This is invariably fol-
Consequcntly, trouble invariably cle- lowed with a lengthy attack against
velops somewhere along the way, tempers    elected  representatives and  a  multitude
of suggestions as to what Ihey should
have done to publicize Ihe apparent
atrocity in question.
Wc do not for one moment suggest
people should not register protest when
Ihey feci Ihey have good cause, wc do,
however, suggest a little homework bc
carried out first. Far too many aro prepared to casually glance through their
newspaper and are extremely apathetic
itniil such time Ihey become pcTfionally
Involved. By which time iris usually too
Ji,'c to do anything.
Typically, a phone call recently by
Ihe   chairman   of   a   Mibstiintinl   group
The PENiNSULA*jfewe*
Published Wednesday,** nt Sechelt
on I»,C."» Sunshino Coin!
Sechelt Per.lnv.il.. Time* Ltd.
nox .110 -Seehell. 0.C,
f'nitnltit G. Wheeler, lull tor and Publisher
.SubicripJlon Itntci: ,(|n advance*)
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U.S. mid Foreign, $5.50
Serving the area from Port Mellon to P.gnumt
(Howe Sound to Jervli Inlet)
Director contributes, We would certainly not disagree with anyone who
suggests changes are necessary, in fact"
we would heartily agree in .some "eases,
The onus rests wilh Ihe electorate iiml
elections come round each year.
We would not, al this lime, presume
lo indicate where those changes nre
needed but prior lo the elections wc will
submit our humble opinion as to the
areas In which change could prove advantageous. Meanwhile, we ngain urge
readers lo spend rather more time following reports, not only of the Kcgion.il
Hoard but of School Honrd and Councils.
Time speeds by only loo quickly and now
\% n good time as ever to start seeking
competent and eligible candidates for the
various offices coming vacant,
When emergencies put you under pressure, a telephone call will get
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What you need:
I pound smooth cottago checso
4 oz, blue choose
II oz. cream cheese
V*2 teaspoon garlic salt
Yi teaspoon salt
!/. teaspoon Tabasco sauce
Vz cup 7UP
How you do it:
Place cottage cheese in large bowl.
Add 7UP. Blend with rotary beater.
Crumble and add blue cheese. Break
up  and   add   cream   checso,   .Add
seasonings.     Blend     till     smooth.
Yield—1 quart clip.
What you need;
1 cup Basic Cheese Dip
3 drops Tabasco sauce
1  tablespoon coarsely cut chives
or green onion tops
Yz teaspoon paprika
1/8 teaspoon white pepper
]—4l/2 oz, canned or fresh
How you do it:
Place first five Ingredients in
medium sized bowl,
Blend well wilh rotary beater.
Dice shrimp and odd to mixture.
Blend well.
A Good Selection of
cooked shrimp (app, 2 3 cup)    Yield —12/3 cups dip,
What you need:
3/4 cup Basic Cheese Dip
V% cup mayonnaise
AY? ot. deviled ham
1 teaspoon onion flake*.
I teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1/8 teaspoon cloves
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
How you do it:
Blend  all   Ingredients  wllh  rotary
beater In medium sized bowl.
Yield I Yi c\tpr, dip.
Peninsula Plum-bin
Your Kemtone
Sherwin Williams
Paint Dealer
Phone 886-9533
Gibsons, B.C.
Fashion is a byword
Smart Shoppers are
found at .  .  .
Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941
Phono 886-9994
Sunnycrest Shopping Centre
Serving The Sunshine Coast
885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.
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•.I*— «. *»  at,    «       Trf    *^*«    J O Readers' Right  ���from page B-2  upmanship' on the Region was once more  evident in the eomparijen of the allegedly  so unfavourable costs of $40,000 for a  waterlina in Pratt Road against the  $25,000 for which the village could do the  .same job.  May I be allowed to make the following explanatory comments about this  claim:  1. The sum of $40,000 was not a quotation of the Regional Board, but an 'ad-  hoc' guess entirely of my own, which was  made during a ratepayers' meeting,, when  ���representatives of the Dress were present.  Everybody in the meeting was fully aware  that I was* not making .anyistatements on  pshalf of the Regional Board, but that I  fiad to make a quick calculation in ans-  -sver-to a# Mtepaycr's question. Everybody  including the press representatives knew  th:-*. basis of that calculation, i.e. a line of  ductile pipe throughout the length of  Pratt Road of approximately 8000 lin  feet and laid to regional and fire underwriters' standard with 6 hydrants lo the  mile at $5 per .lin. ft.  At the time I based my guess on past  _exp--*iience  for  laying  6"   pipe���jn���other-  cheaper but inferior to ductile pipe. It was;  not said whether that line would be furnished with hydrants. But it was stated  lhat the $25,000 was based on actual pipe  costs and a contractor's bid. On the surface this would mean an unit cost.of about  $9.75 per lin. ft. against my estimate of  $5 per ft. This differential appeared too  high to me, especially in the light of the  new-a-papcr   comments.   So   on   checking  ture to stick to the-fact? and stop bandying about slanted and misleading figures  which nobody troubles to check out and  analy.se, but rather prefers to jump to unwarranted  conclusions?  FRANK WEST  Wednesday, September 2,1970     The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  Playboy PM.  ���scctons of the system, but without the  benefit of exact engineering data or contractors' tenders. However as chairman  of thc finarfce committee I had a fair  knowledge of these costs and fully realized the variances in "contract costs in  different sectors, depending on soil con-  ditiens, rock formation, fill requirements  etc.  2. According to'informatiqn available  the village intends to lay about 2700 lin.  ft.  cf asbestos  concrete pipe,  which  is  i^ii#-"Vi^AOv;a'  Hi"    ��?4 a#a- I ��� **- r   ��  \hu , \ Vi   ~^Afr   .A    7 ���>.    -> ,  F I     ' V **  "..a. ��-       I ,- a\\    , ������$  ,      .-Va��*.a-a-J* %        '       .a-      \a a . ^  "   tS*-*- >> * -V <   v  -    '   Faa-"*5^- -*>-** A    Y * * ^  0i im* Ai&*  V  4*K��.^  The beer  that  smites  wsihyoUo  laassusu*  msatatsa  ALL  I?  usi m  Tfilii advertisement is not published or.displayed by tha.UquorContro'  Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces are real  bargains for you.  Sold on contract  only. For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654, ask for  special ad  rates.  back I was informed that the quate wo*?  not for the 2700 feet, but for the whole  length of the existing village pipe system,  or .slightly over 5000 ft. This then would  come to about $4.75-$4.80 per lin. ft. for  the village proposal.  3'. Engineering estimates of the Regional District for. a 'line of similar length  are not available, as the District had never any reason to work out the costs of  such  a  short ..line.   Such  cost '.''estimates  . might have been different. I cannot say.  ' However my figure, based on a superior  pipe including hydrants to underwriters'  specification and with a guess at the cost  of laying it and the figure put forward  by the village based on actual quotes for  an inferior pipe with an unknown number  (if any) of hydrants and a bid from a  contractor are so close in unit price, as to  make no difference at all. There s-ieins  to me no cause whatsoever for all these allegations of District "inefficiency and  waste of taxpayers' money. The derisive  remarks and more than doubtful conclusions drawn in respect of a completely  uninv-olved Regional District are unfair,  unfounded and rather uninformed.  4. The Regional Board and a how quits  famous 'small group', in which I do nat  hesitate *.o include myself, are also blamed  for alleged increases in the cosi'of the  proposed village sewer system. Mayor  Peterson quoted a sum of $200,000 involved during the last Regional Board  meeting. It is claimed that this increase  was attributable to the delays caused by  unwarranted objections, which held up  the permit with prices going up continually in the meantime. Having some knowledge. about the project costing and the  impact of inflation on prices, I find the  sum of $200,000 hard to believe. It cannot  be the inflationary price increase alone.  if the sum is correct and some further  substantiation would be required. I am  inclined to believe that the increased costs  point to the fact that seme of the objection's against the original proposals were  fully justified.  But again, the Regional Board is no'  the least involved in the matter and the  famous 'small group' can hardly be blamed under the circumstances.  Would it not be timely now and in fu-  Edilor, The Times,   -  Sir: When may we expect Mr. P.M.  (Play-man) Trudeau and his 'trained seals'  lo do something about the postal strike?  Why not lay off Mr. Kierans for a  start? And you might also tell the posties (in French, so that the union leaders  get the picture) that their image has gone  down the drain for all time, because of  their stupid and heartless tactics.  E. W. ABRAHAM  Appreciation  7$"afflt%  taT4dj  grp^a*f��|g*fSfff��*i;  mw  BS"!  3.  Editor,  The  Times,  Sir: Sechelt 'and District Retarded  Children's Association wishes to thank  the young members of the Gibsons 'Low  C's' and their helpers for the recent membership blitz which brought in the sum  of $182.32. -- -.  Youngsters who sold memberships and  received donations were: John Sleep, Ted  Hume, Robert Stevens, Wally Dempslcr,  Camille Turynek, Heather White and  Janet Hart, all members of Low C.  Outside helpers were: Kevin Honeybun, Sharon Woodward, Gwenda Havies,  Gail Pybus, Rodney Smith, Steven Sleep  and Billy Nygren.  A special thank-you goes to Mrs. Loise  Hume for helping the young people,     -j  Mr. ALBERT LYNN  Lions campaign  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Again this year the Sunshine  Coast Lions Club has undertaken to  sponsor a mail campaign for us throughout the peninsula. Mr. Neil A. Campbell  has been appointed Campaign Chairman.  May we, through your columns, thank  the Lions Club for this further demons! ration of their public spirit in undertaking  this campaign. We feel sure the citizens  of Sunshine Coast will want to support  the Lions Club by responding generously  when the appeal letter arrives in the  mail. The entire proceeds from the campaign will be handed over to us and  will be used in our province-wide services to the young and old alike who are  victims of this painful and crippling disease.  Thank you for bringing this letter to  the attention bf your readers and for  vour willing co-operation.  J. F. DEWHURST,  Director, Public Information Dept.  _A_SPECTACULAR-li500-ft,-home in^ENDER-HARBOU^on^c^Whsr wi��h-<!oub!e���|  everything: doublo kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms; a beautiful stone fireplace. Two  attractive homes in ono exceptional!'/ good buy at $39,000.  Approx. 350' waterfrontago on RAT ISLAND IN LEE BAY. 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All services available on this lot which is situated directly  on the open Straits.  ���aaaiaaaaaaaaaaiaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB'  3 bedroom meticulously furnished homo with full basement on Sinclair Bay with  200 ft. water frontago on 2 lots, off paved  road with  excellent entrance  and  private float. ,    .   ,  JH  m  An unu  sually attractive 3 B.R. home at IRVINGS LANDING with beautiful view of  Straits, a V.L.A. approved home.  Four serviced lots off Garden Bay Rocd in GARDEN BAY, all view lots pricod from  $3000.  m  32 ACRES ON SAKINAW LAKE with 2400' waterfrontago with spectacular private  bay, furnished cottage and guest cottage, floats, water system, a beautiful picco of  property for privacy or subdivision.  3.3 acres of gorgeous view property an HIGHWAY 101 in WEST SECHELT, property  .can be sold as one piece or in 4 lots, a breathtaking view: of tho ocean which it  directly, across road.  Beautiful "Francis Peninsula Estates" on FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD. 12 new lots  off paved road with water and electricity available. Directly across from secluded bay,  reasonably priced from $4500.  IRVINE'S LANDING . . . Featuring cafe, house, floats and boats with motors. A  entrance *o harbour with perfect protected moorage. Loads of potential  for additional development.  THIS LABEL ON YOUR  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  IT IS PRODUCED UNDER  %JStJMJ&J(^  5 acres view property at EGMONT beautifully treed, serviced and an excellent bu>  at$6000.  A few choice waterfront lots in GARDEN BAY, fully serviced with excellent moorago  don't wait too long on these"...  2 choice lots in MADEIRA PARK serviced and within walking distance of al) services  and reasonably priced.  2 bedroom home with suite in basement, overlooking all of Madeira Park, in choice  location. Priced in low 20's.  2 BEDROOM HOME with spectacular view of Straits with 1.5 acres on COCHRAN  ROAD in MADEIRA PARK, overlooking everything. Priced in the low 20's.  Beautiful VIEW LOT NEAR HOTEL with excellent view of harbour; cosy access  with all services. F.P. $4500.  LOWES MADEIRA PARK RESORT has 10 furnished units with a lovely home on 8  choice valuable acres with loads of potential, this beautiful property has 400' watcrfrontage, floats, boats and many other extras.  TO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR CHOICE OF PROPERTY CONTACT:  !l  ARBOUR REALTY LTD.  1439 Kingsway 874-2305  Weekends Phone Pender Harbour 883-2491  "WWHW-^-HIJII,**1  -.i'-y-A w.4L  ��***MI-M-��ryW'tf**W--a y  ">r The B.C. 6o��eramenl Employ ees Union  'A' flie Canadian Union of Public Employees  & The Hospital Employee? Union  'A' The International < Brotherhood of Pulp,  Sulphite and Papi  ill  i-( The International Woodworkers o1  America  ~m The Registered iurses Association  ^&A 7&  V i*i*%  ���ft.;  9:30 a.m.  Start of registration  for entrants in under  16 years competition.  10:00 am to 12:30 pm  Competition for under  16 years.  ^*-Vv<** .- K'AS J****-  E57J3      CTT3  rm  ji  [Ul  ji  P'TBI  n  iiEi u  ft The Sechelt Indian Band  r\n  IM  i ^***i  12:30 pm  FREE Barbecued Salmon ^  and Baked Potatoes  (bring your own  Plates,  Utensils,  Salads, etc.)  2:00 pm  Competitions for over  16 years of age.  ,a*K  ^ip2  ^!p  CMM6YM GAMES OF  SKILL AND CHANCE  THERE t��IAY BE  WATER SPOUTS AMD GAIViES  Bring Your Bathing Suits  aJf/W  A1.*" - * *^KVv   V.vX *>%^#t<>^  .��%v*FW��y',* ,**     /,<       _.^  *        a        **��� a   ^      IV r\t f *  -*��.��'*,*-*��      7   ,M     ��.,*��*> .''j/.**j A  ^���>4���     1,14. y,      ,IJjf  ��� *il,hl0 -*       ^ '  COFFEE ... 5c  POP .... 10c  O? ����GS 10c  . ��� ��� 15c  CHIPS ... 10c   L,  t*-tta  CHEEZES   . 10c  |5;J  CHOCOLATE       W%  ��� . .  10c ilUMF  F-T^U**!***^.  va-FaFaF^M^awaaaFaaaaaaaJMnaJFtaFF'^FaaaataawMaa  ,   h'*\  �������..** j* -*h i-^ taht��% * *.** ��iAa>k>��'i.. dW W  *t>.*�� kKK�� I  ������ ������ ���      ' *yi     ,     '"   * '        *.  *,**.^a*K0**l*lk.*t,*.*%S*.+*.004  -e.^,* '���X  Sports results . . .  SUMMER activities at Hopkins Landing  culminated en Saturday, .August 15  with the traditional Gala Day which, after  a full day of water sports, ended with the  prize-giving assembly in the Community  Hall.  For the second successive year Taryn  Brodie won the Imperial Esso Trophy a-  warded the girl with the highest aggregate points.  John Bell won the Florence Hopkins  Memorial Trophy, awarded the boy with  the highest aggregate.  RESULTS ~  Decorated Flotilla: Hickory Dickory  Dock ��� Brenda Bown and Jamie McPhedran. Mars & Pollution ��� Marion Bown  and Bill Letham.  Fishing Derby: Heaviest fish, Bobbie  Laird 97".-. lb. Most fish, Mike Fyles, 10.  Smallest fish. Jim Laird 4M.". Strangest  fish. Bill Letham.  Shiner Derby: Most shiners,- Shelley  Fyles 42. Fcss- Bown 25, Ann Marie Falk  23. Smallest Shiner. Jacqueline Johnstone.  Largsst shiner, Sheryl Douglas.  7 YEARS & UNDER  Paddle Beard: Boys: Donald Sleep:  Donald Brodie: Ross Bown. Girls: Phiona  Brodie; Nadine Smethurst: Kathie Cook.  Free Style: Boys: Donald Brodie;  George Hopkins; Ross Bown. Girls: Kath-  ie Cook; Phiona Brodie; Sheila Twanvley.  Back Stroke: Boys: Donald Brodie;  George Hopkins: Justin Webb. Girls: Phiona Brodie; Nadine Smethurst; Kathie  Cook.  Dinghy Race: Boys: Justin Webb; Ross  Bown; Donald Brodie. Girls; Nadine Met-  hurst; Phiona Brodie; Sheila Twamley.  DRIFTWOOD CONTEST  6 years & under: Ross Bown, thunderbird: Shiela Spain, Sou Lion; Kirstcn  Falk, beaver on a log.  7 to 9 years: Tonmmy Sleep; space  helmet; Mike Fyles, nesting ruffled chicken;  Allison Johnson, ogopogo.  8, YEARS & UNDER  Paddle Board: Boys: Michael FyJes;  John Bell; Geoff Pednennlt. Girls: Joan  Avis; Sharon Twamley: Dallo.s Brodie.  Free Style: Boys: John Bell; Danny  Cook; Gary Letham. Girls: Sharon Twamley;  Dallas Brodie; Joan Av'i-..  Back Stroke: Boys: Bruce .Nci.l--.oi.;  John BcM; Danny Cook. Girls: Joan Avis;  Sharon Twamley; Dallo.s Brodie.  Diving:   Boys:    Gary   Letham;    Bruce"  "   N.-ilson; John Bell,  Girls:  Dallas Brodie;  Joan   Avis;   Sharon   Twamley.  " Dinghy Race:: Boys: Join. Be.ll; Mike  Fyles J Scott Bown. Girls: Sharon Twamley; Joan Ovis; Dulles Brodie.  10 & .11 YEARS  l'u(jdU< Beard: Boys: Ryan Matthews;  Donnie Hope; Joey Pcdnault. Girls: Taryn Brodie; Geruldinc Fyles; Bernie Bell,  Buck Stroke: Boys: Ian Manning; Doug  Avis; Shawn Twamley, Girls: Taryn Brodie; Sta.-ey Johnson; Trlca Brodie,  Free Style; Ryan Matthews; Doug  Avis; Ian Manning. Girls: Taryn Brodie;  Sl.'icey  Johnson; Bernie Bell,  Diving; boys: Ian Manninu; Joey Perl-  neault; Doug Avis. Girls: Taryn Brodie;  Bernie Bell; (leraldine Fyles,  Dinghy Race; Boys: Doug Avis; John  Twamley; Ian Manning. GUIs: Taryn Bio-  dle; Judy Holme; Klizahcth Wade.  12 & 13 YEARS  Paddle Board: Boys; M:irk Hopkins;  Bill Letham; David llolm.-s. Girls: Roliln  Young:  Kathy Hamilton; Gail  Mardon,  Free Style; Uoyvs: Bill l-ethnm; David  Holmes; Doug Kiloh, Girls: Robin Young;  Healher (.'ah*;  Gail   Mardon.  Backhlrolte; llovs: Steven Sleep; Murk  Hopkins, Gills: lti'Mii Young; 11-i11i.t  Cole; Andrea .loluivn,  Diving; Boy ft: Mark Hopkins; Steven  Sleep; Dave Holmes. Girls* Robin Young;  Julie  Manning; Gall  Mardon.  Dinghy l.'i.-c*: Hoys: Mill l.etham; .Marl;  Hopkins; John Sin),, Girls; Marion Down  Gall  Mardon; Julie Maiming,  14 YEARS & OVER  Paddle Board.: Boys: John Rea: Scott  Young: Don Avis. Gilt's: Allyson Bell;  Nancy Wade; Debbie Owen.  Free Style: Boys: Ian Thomson; Gordon Letham; Don .Avis. Girls: .AUyson  Bell; Debbie Owen; Lulie Mar.ler.  Backstroke: Boys: Gordon Letham;  Stewart Manning; Don Avis.  Diving: Boys: Ian .Thomson; Jimmy  Laird. (  Dinghy Race: Boys John Rea: Ian Thomson; Stewart* Manning: Girls: Nancy  Wade; Lulie Marlcr; Alyson Bell.  Mothers   Free   Sfyle:   Mrs.   Twamley;  Mrs. J. Young; Mrs.|J. Crosby.  .    Dads Free Style:'W. T. Wade; Mr. R.  Brcdie: Mr. D. BowaV.  SWIMMING RELAYS  12 years and under, won by the South:  Taryn Brodie: Ryan Matthews: Bernie  Bsll; Heatherd Cole; Donald Holmes and  Shawm Twamley.  13 years and over won by the North:  Gsrdon Letham; Stewart Manning; Peter  Kvist; Fabiola Ruys; Anne Letham; Marilyn Hopkins.  Adults Relay wen by the South: Mrs,  J. Young; Mrs. Twamley; Mrs. D. Smeth-  hurst; Mr. T. Wade; Mr. R. Brodie; Mr.  Twamley.  Ladies Nail Driving Contest: Mrs, L.  Letham:  Mrs. M. Brodie.  Men-: Tug-O-War: Tie between North  & South.  Sabot Race: Scott Young won the  Florence Carson Trophy. Ian Thomson;  Bill Letham.  Near Completion  Concreting of the Selma Park million gallon reservoir has now been  completed but will not be filled until  the fence has been constructed. Contractors are expected to start-work  almost immediately.  Hardware store expands  with growth of village  CELEBRATING  the official  opening  of  a new showroom this week, Parker's  Hardware (1969) Ltd. has expanded the  premises by an additional 1,000 square  feet of very pleasantly decorated display  area.  The new department which-features a  complete line of gas and electric household appliances: television sets and a  stereo section is under the management  of Mr. George S. Black who is an experienced technician as well as sales  manager.  Decorated in contemporary style, the  Spanish Elm panelling and blue and gold  wallpaper make a pleasing setting for the  new music centre, record bar and audio  section which carries all the latest stereo  equipment. Television sets range from  the small portable to the most expensive  color set on the market and all can be  fully serviced right on the premises.  The choice in household appliances is  outstanding with ranges, fridges, freezers  and washing machines all displayed for  easy  viewing.  Mr. William S. Nielsen who became  owner and president of Parker's Hardware  in July 1969. extends a cordial invitation  to the official opening on Thursday.  Dawson Creek Dave sent in the following:  Honeymoon: morning after the knot  before.  Cannibal: one who gets fed up with  people.  -     * , F *J�� ,  in Your Garden  ���by The Old Rake  ONE of the worst enemies of roses is,  without doubt, black spot. This is the  fungus which appears on the leaves in  round blackspoTsr^Sbbn~"tlie ^a^es-turn-  yellow and----drop off. There are many  ways in which this inciduous disease can  get started. Sometimes a hedge or wall  will encourage black spot by preventing  a free circulation of air and increasing  the humidity.  Quite often it is the gardener himself  who contributes to the spread of the' dis-  seases by overhead sprinkling late in the  day. The spores of the fungus that cause  this disease are spread by splashed water  and germinate within six hours of continuous dampness. Roses should always  be watered in the morning using the open  hose or a soaker, the drier you can keep  the foliage the less chance there is of  getting black spot. Once you have black  spot it is practically impossible to stop  it short of picking off the affected leaves.  The answer lies in instituting a spraying  and dusting program and staying with it.  Powdery mildew often gets started on  roses about this time due to much the  same reasons as black spot and can be  kept,under control by dusting with sulphur. Pansies and violas will be past their  best by now but can be brought into  bloom again with some help from the  gardener.  First cut them back within two inches  of the ground. Mix some screened compost with some bone meal and some wood  soot if obtainable and work a handful into  thc middle of the crewn with the fingers,  water well, and in a few weeks the  plants should be blooming again.  There is a variety of pansy known as  the wintering flowering, it is' sown in late  summer and can be used in window boxes or planter or planted in a sheltered  place near the house. Watering and cutting are the ever present laWn chores,  keep the blades set at two inches, this  will keep the necessity for watering down  to a minimum and also will discourage  crabgrass from starting. If it should make  its appearance, do anything to keep it  from going to seed. This is a good mont  to get after the weeds in the lawn with  2-4D. This is a selective weed killer and  won't hurt the grass if used as directed  but care must be taken to avoid any  drifting on to other plants in the garden.  Some plants merely suffer a set back  but the tender annuals will not stand even  a whif of it so do your spraying on a hot  dry windless day. Some weeds such as  buttercup and bugloss may require subsequent spraying to eliminate them.  Page B-4 The Peninsula Tunes        Wednesday, September 2, 1970  -.BACK- TO SCHOOL SAVINGS  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPI-mCTOi-t  Post OHieo Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tucsdoy to Friday 10:30 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 o.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  a*****���  ,'��������*���-   '>,   ^    ll'P     J \\\    M*i      1'Tcl  *&      JJ 'i&v  ' AIYA'' /IvA  *m  /,  TREASUitES  -./  HOME.  .>  W*.���<w���  Community and Sports Organization Applications  For the Second Annual  E""3iri i  MAY 20-JUNE 7,1971  ixaaBsagaaB^^  ELEcrraacAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Spccialiring In  MARKEL  Electric Heal  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phono 885-2062  YOU CAN MAKE IT BIGGER lf\! CENTENNIAL YEAR!  ��|      Wrllton submissions hnvo boon roquostocl from community Festival of  |���     Sports Commlttoos In drnlt form with n doadllno of Soptombor 11,1970.  Commlttoon mur.t bo sanctioned by tho mayor or chief municipal officer  In each community.  Initial submission.) from sports orfjnnlzatlono hnvo boon roquostod wilh  a doadllno of Soptombor 30th. Durinn tho noxt throo months B.C. Sports  Fodoratlon field dlroclor3 Don Donson and Frank Bain will bo contacting  community commlttoos and, sports rjovorninrj bodlo3 to assist with tho  organization nnd sanctioning) of ovonts.  All submissions nnd enquiries should bo directed to tho Drills", Columbia  Fostivnl of Sporl3, c/o D.C, Sports Fodoratlon, 1200 Woat Broadway,  Vancouver, B.C,  Tho 1970 British Columbia Festival of Sports was an Immense success wllh  nearly 125,000 participants cornpotlno In 2-10 ovonts In 04 centres.  Much of thlfj nuccoss has boon attributed to lho orrja.nl/ntlon of Festival pro-  flrama nt tlio local lovol. Municipal leadorn, Chambers of Commerce, sorvico  clubs, business nnd labour, sport and recreation bodies, Intornstod cllizonn  nnd organizations havo nil made substantial contribution:) thin yonr.  Tho Festival of Sports belongs to ovory citizen of British Columbia. Now la  tho timo lo rjlvo it your -support.  ,j        -vw     , Sponsoro.1 by tlionnminur -.porta nroanlinllonn  t^C'-jJI^r^! o| tlio provlnco onil thn ��� *'  k P*3 5  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  **���*>!.     "   izf Dopnrln.nnt of Trnvnl |-,.!,it.t,y  ������440^y-      Hon. W. K. Klornnn. Mi-ilf-tor   '       H, ll.Woil.--y, I..,|,*,|y Minis.-nr  THOSE  DOLLARS  485-4255  IO REACH  i  2,500 HOMES  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Tlioao  advertising spaces aro  real bargains for you,  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 885-9654, ask for  special ad rotes,  ���v.....*.'1  I  * l^e ������-�����-  ^WWff^WlWJ^WtHtJ^glti-WM^gMlJ^WgVWlW+EP**^^  wwmwuw  One-Size STOCKINGS   ..  Small Size PANTYHOSE  Long Sleeve BLOUSES ...  69c    SHELLS from ...........  .1.25    SWEATERS from ...  .4.49 -Allot  3.50  5.95  MM  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons  Phone 886-9543  Mhl��l*.��t.HMhBnw,l,^M^  1  Km"  T  ulm/ra  REGULAR AND KINGS  ^      .^ . iiiiJ.iaill.i.F^uiuHUIiuj4Jlii.iMiLl|liwai^uja^yiJi^i)aj.J.^OT  ���   '     1-1*111"--        ���"���-'-*-��� ���**" '"- ,i^-.J...����a.^F{.l,.la..llJ  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces are real  bargains for you.  Sold on contract  only. For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654. ask for  special ad  rates.  | *  i  I  Is  Ii  .1:  i  I  J*2<  ii  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Committee seeks photographs for its records. First prize of $25.00 awarded  for the best picture submitted of the last Sea  Cavalcade  event.   Slides  or  snapshots  accepted.  COMES! CLOSES SEPTEM! 30th, 1970  Submit your entries to:  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Committee  Box  145, Gibsons- B.C.  ALL ENTRIES BECOME PROPERTY OF THE  SEA CAVALCADE COMMITTEE  il  |  ���i:  il  ."aS'  i  i  I  I  i:  "&*  I  I  I  I  I  Ii  I  immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* IkV  |i  i|| SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  A bylaw to authorize the 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 Governon-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 the cost of the services supplied by thc 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) the Municipal Act provides for  the merging of specified areas;  NOW THEREFORE the Board of the Sunshino Coast Regional  District in open meeting assembled ENACTS as follows:���  1. That tho area defined In the Amendment to the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Leltcrs 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  into one area.  i  i|  il  *i  i  i  l  l  ***"*!  il  ii  &i  ii  i|  I  i  i  i  Ii  i  i  il  ii  2. That this area bo named tho Selma Park-Davis  Street Lighting Special Service Area.  Bay-Wilson Creek  ii  I  i  3. The area so established by this Bylaw may bo merged wilh other  specified area or areas for tlio samo purpose whether contiguous or  not in the manner provided for in Section 619 (3)of tho Municipal Act.  A. Thc effective date ol the merging bc January 1st, 1971.  o, This Bylaw may be cited ns thc "Sunshine Coast Regional District  Selma Park and Davis Bay-Wilson Creek Street Lighting Special  Service Areas Merging Bylaw No. A6t  1970,  TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE COPY OF 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 RFCFIVFD BY  HIM, BEFORE 12 NOON, 21m SEP*TMUER, 19/0  C httrltW   ^J.    KJootluitt  Secretary -Trco:��uicr  SUNSHINE COAS  "Wfiilnko  Block,  R.R.  1,  Sechelt, B.C.  REGIONAL DISIRICT  a?S  I  1  I  "Bf  Si  i  SM  4\  sit  **->*!  'tsi  I*  Si  Si  ���Si  ;i��  :l  ���Q  I  ll  *fe��  :^  (">i  S!  ifj0&W/Ji��&/^^  *****i ��� ii"m>^i>].wa. nn r^r->i|iiji*- ��� i *   "   ������**��*��**����� ���**-^----'  �� ���*,  *    >>qA^><lirAv��uiVAMHArfkt��i.��i  .��  *f  ������"*������"^-n-- *������ *��� ��� C" ���*��� ���   ��  ^y -*n_n._r_-*^ j*i..j-l .i  *,m**mt'm*+"*'u*+.'*,0*>0h,m.4n^*mi a I  f**i p^��Karrri*^  Around Gibsons |fl|B&j:  ���by Marion Charman  AT THE home of Mrs. F. A. Jones on  Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 26th, the  Gibsons Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  held a farewell tea in honor of Mrs. Donald Mc*Vieat^who,rwtth^cr^usbanti-mH���  be leaving to reside at Agassiz in the  Fraser Valley.  Twenty ladies were present to express  "their good wishes and a small gift was  presented to Mrs. McVicar.  Mrs. A. Vanderhorn was also recipient  of a gift, she expects to be away for 6  months, Mrs. Delong and Mrs. Baxter  poured tea.  September meeting of the auxiliary  has been called for ^the 2nd Wednesday  in September.  On Monday of last week,  and bridge party at the home  Walter McGown with Mrs. William  and Mrs. R. St. Denis as co-hostesses  honored Mrs. Donald McVicar,  be greatly missed by a host of friends  who regret her moving from the community. Four tables were in play. A  gift was presented to the guest of honor.  VISITORS  Mr. and MrS^-George Flack and son  were happy to ���l.ave cousins frpm Northern Ireland, whom they had never met  before, visit them here for ten days. The  visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flack enjoyed  the beautiful Sunshine Coast.  Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  George Ruggles were former Gibsons  residents, Mrs. Bunch from Portland,  Oregon and Mrs. Hanson from Vancouver, who was accompanied by a friend,  Mrs. Duffy.  Guests at the heme of Mr. and Mr.s.  William Davis for a week were the latter's  cousins from London, England, Mrs. F.  Gox and Mrs. L. Lambeth, who are visiting Canada for 3 weeks. Also spending  a few days at the Davis home was Mrs.  W. H. Faulkes from West Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. John Wood had Mrs.  F. Norfield from Chilliwack and Miss D.  Norfield from North Vancouver visiting.  A happy family reunion took place at the  Wood home when holidaying here were  Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wood and family  from Whitecourt, Alberta, and Mr. and  Mrs. H. Walters (nee Patricia Wood)  Vancouver, also Mr. and Mrs. D. Johnson  Present of a brick  recalls old school  OLD times were renewed at the home  of Mrs. R. Reid, West Sechelt, when  two old friends visited her lail weekend,  _bi��3giiig-an-unu.':ual-gjftv  Wednesday,, September 2, 1970   "  The Peninsula Times    - Pago B-5  Visiting were Mr-s. E. William.? of Vancouver; Mrs. Belle Hughej of Tusuo, Cal-  jfo>r<ia and Mrs. L. Wilscn of Vancouver.  The gift which Mrs. Williams brought  was a brick from the old North Ward  School, bu>!t in 1894 in Victoria. The  5.ch:r! which Mrs. Williams; Mrs. Hughes  and Mr--. Reid attended 60 year-, ago, was  torn down just a year ago.  Walter Safety say9,  "Keep air-inflated toys  out of the water. Play  with them on the beach  where they belong.'*  .... ,���.... .... Not Permitted  veiled by way pf. Gold River, and Nimp- , . . ... .  kish" Valley to Port Alice where they When the Sunshine Coast Regional mobiles or as a junkyard and any  visited friends for a week. Returning District Zoning Bylaw comes into vehicle which has not been licensed  to the South of Vancouver island,' the effect in October, this type pf garden for a period of one year and which  family spent 2 weeks with Mr. Kitson's landscaping will not be permitted. in is not housed in a garage or carport,  parents. electoral   areas. The bylaw   states    shall be deemed a derelict vehicle  Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll enjoyed     "No parcel    shall be used    for the    and junk.*'  a week's holiday at Powell River with,   wrecking or storage of derelict auto-  Mrs. .Carroll's sister and  brother-in-law   Laura and Gordon Wright and family  who are now guests at .the .Carroll home,  Shaw Road.  Leaving for Europe, August 22nd, Mrs.  George Kerbis of Langdale while at Vancouver Airport wrote a note -to hej* husband in Gibsons. Upon reaching Frankfurt, Mrs. Kerbis posted a letter. Mr.  Kerbis reports that the airmail from  Germany arrived here before the card  from Vancouver. While overseas, Mrs.  Kerbis will be present at the Golden  Wedding anniversary .of her parents.  Friends here attended a* delightful bon-  voyage tea, prior to Mrs. Kerbis,- departure.  A group pf .willing friends and. neighbors are having success in their efforts  to assist Kiwanis Senior Citizens Homes  project, by selling flowers at Super Valu  store on the weekend. The blooms are  donated by local residents, arranged in  generous  bouquets  and  left on  display.  Company acts . ...  . Marijuana users considered  automobile insurance risks  ONE major life insurance company is des-  tr-cying 150,000 insurance application*  and medical forms and replacing them  with new ones' in an attempt to weed out  lifa insurance applicants who i\se drugs  including marijuana.  Occidental Life, a North American lift-  insurance company, is adding two- quos-  ticni pertaing to drug use to their new  forms. One question will ask applicants  whether or not  they use marijuana.  Individuals engaged in drug research  agree that the use or such drugs as LSD,  speed, heroin, etc. can result in premature  fronTsimi'. "califo'ir-tar Mrs? Wo"od"and     ^��:n.0: js_l^_'?}t.?I?^a,j,ce ^ut ah honor sys-    death" among thdr~UFSw  Mrs. Johnson were school chums and had  not seen each other for 30 years.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R.  Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor  and family from Calgary.  Mr. and Mrs. Felix Comeau and family were visitors to Cranbrook for a few  days when they took Mrs. Comeau's sister's three children home following a  summer holiday here.  Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lineker and  family spent a week  at Powell  River.  Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Read and family have returned from a motor trip in  the Interior when they visited relatives  and friends around 100 Mile House.  Visiting at the home of Norm & Evelyn Berdahl were the latter's nephew  Eugene Boudreau and friend from Cloverdale. -  ,, When former Gibsons residents Bob  and Jackie Burnett of Ladner visited here  on their boat, they were accompanied  by nephew Jeffrey Lovestrom from Creston.  Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Davis were their daughter from  Vancouver and  friends  from  California.  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wood and son  from Portland Oregon were visitors to  "Craigowan" Gower  Point.  A weekend visitor with Mrs. E. L,  Scott was Miss Florence Chillingworth  from Burnaby. Mr.s. Mary Hurdcr from  West Vancouver spent, 10 days at the  Scott  home.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Wicklund  were the latter's 2 cousins from California, a cousin from Washington nnd  Mr.s. Wick hind's sister from Seattle.  Mr. and Mr.s. S. R. Strachan of Soames  Pi. had their daughter Mrs, Pcrkundor  and 3 children from California visiting  for 3 weeks.  Former Port Mellon resident, Graeme  Strayhorn now of Kitimat, visited Gib.sons for 2 weeks, a guest of his aunt  Mrs. G.  Legh.  HERE   AND   THERE  Gibsons Fire Chief Dick Rnnnigcr ruid  Roberts Creek Fire Chief Stan Rowland,  nt tended (he 39lh Annual College of B.C,  Fire Chiefs at Revelstoke, where they  found the .1 days of .sessions helpful nnd  worthwhile, Mr.i. I-tnnnlger and Mr.s,  Rowland accompanied their husbands on  thc   trip   to   Revelstoke.  Mr, and Mr.*., Michael Kit-.*-)!-, Margaret  and John havo reliuiied fioin a pk'ii.s.ml  vneiilion on  Vancouver Island, They Ira-  tern is in effect with a suggested minimum  of 50c.  Among those ministering at the Pentecostal Tabernacle in the absence of pastor B. J. With was R. Durman from New  Westminster, who on his visit to Gibsons was accompanied by his wife and  daughter, also his mother Mrs. R. Durman Sr. from Port Moody.  Pastor arid Mrs. With and sons enjoyed a vacation at Point Roberts. They  also attended the Pentecostal Assembly  Conference  in  Victoria.  Mrs. G. Legh was a gracious hostess  at her home recently when she entertained at a bridge -party in honor of  Mrs. McVicar. Other guests present were:  Gladys Davis, Lucille Holden; Ira Reid,  Ivy St. Denis; Annabelle McGown and  Vi Harris.  ���Mrs, K. Robinson of Selton. California  is very much enjoying the Sunshine Coast"  whilst visiting here with her sister Mrs.  Winnie Keen, Sea View Rd.  However, there has been substantial  controversy regarding the harmful effects of marijuana. Nevertheless, Occidental is fully satisfiad that marijuana too  can constitute a hazard to life, dirccbly  as a result of its usage and in addition indirectly through progression to tha "dead  ly" drugs such as heroin.  Occidental said today "One effect of  using marijuana is that space Li broadened  and near objects seem distant. If a person drives an automobile while experiencing this, the chances of accidental  death are greatly increased. Also, we are  informed that narcotics officers have observed definite physical and mental deterioration of individuals who have used  marijuana ever protracted periods of time.  For obvious reasons, such persons would  not be good risks for life insurance".  The company also stated that "...  people who become seriously involved  with any drug lend to become involwd  with many drugs. This has been true with  marijuana in the past, and the progression  has been towards LSD. the amphetamines,  and the opiates. Users of LSD, users of  amphetamines for 'kicks', and users of  narcotics such as heroin, certainly are not  good insurance risks "  UJ, ayaaiiajiiwjtaaiaJj^^ijiy m jjMWIIiaai.n.    ���ga 1 (���,���� njimi a ypgf*  . .-Fa-F.a.F.y.JFF.FF,  ii.fili.iiiliiMdllaM.i'.iN  ���FFFF-a*Fa."-FF. ..,   ~  ^.^  will be  BAY  STARTING SEPTEFUlBEit lOth  Regular Hpurs: Mom, Tue., Wed., Fri., and Sat,  9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Sundays:  1:00 p.m. fo 5:00 p.m.  HHp^UWUflili-W.1 IffWl1 "gBT  aAato-.lM.ir.atl   Info*lil.    1IIfVa..^t��.1 ���a*M.*a<'^.!�����  r  TIDES FOR IHE WEEK  SEPT. 2nd TO SEPT. 8th  2    0138 am  0.3  5  0313 am     5.9  W.  0656om  12.7  Sa.  0926 am  12.6  0113 pm  6.0  0250 pm    9.3  0741 pm  14,2  0041 pm   13.9  3     0203 am  7.4  6  0353 am    5.3  Th. 07-16 am  12.7  Su,  1031am   12.5  0140 pm  7.0  0333 pm  10.4  0001 pm  14.2  0901pm   13.7  4     0238 am  6.6  7  0433 am    4.9  Fr,   0036 am  12.6  M.  1136am   12,3  0223 pm  0.1  0423 pm   11.3  0016 pm  .          0~  14.1  0921pm   13.5  0523  am  4.6  "W*      Tu*  0111 pm  ".7     JL.  12.0      ��  r\  0520 pm  0956 pm  13,2  CHAIN ��� CHAIN ��� CHAIN!  ��� OREGON CHAIN  ��� CIIIPMASTER  ��� PIONEER  ��� SABRE  Got Your Now Chain For  Winter Fj re wood  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICE  IBM SAW CENTRE  ���,.-.."<������  ��UTGHOWM  'HEIR  jr-_  "Hu-rry, hu-rry, hu-rryt Stop rlfrht up nnd boo Marmaduko Tho Miraouloun! Ho oats ilro  boforoyourvoryoyon..." Doingnfitdoshowbarlior in those dayswn.inoolrouB.UBod to  Jonvo a man with n dry throat nnd n mighty thlrnt. What did ho do thon? Sumo thing*  ���Toll-H do now. Cool off nnd rolnx with British Columbin'n boat Rolling boor. Old Stylo  "Door...plow browed and naturnlly ng-ed for groat rofroahmont. Groat? Wo Oolosaall  Cowrie  St.,  Sechelt  805-9626  pl.il ftftQllIrl"?  t w,-���>-,.--    ~ s- "   -._..���'*  --���"���"    "i  '       BEER  Slow brewed and naturally a0cd  AD-BRIEFS.  FOR FAS?  ACTION,  885-9654  J  Tills m-vflrthemont |j not pnl-llslied or displayed l.y tlio Liquor Control Boarder t,y tho QoVMijment ot 0iltl-.liColumbia.  * Mr. Advertiser: Thcso  advertising space-* aro  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 885-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  TOTTED CLUB  FRIDAYS. 8:0�� p.m.  *   mmm hall  JsscEqpof $300  $75 TO GO  ft DOOR PRIZE ft  Use 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell Rent Buy, Swap. etc.  rEissamga  HGOL DSSTRiCT rio. 4S (SECHELT)  EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 8th# 1970  (On September 8th only, schools will be dismissed at  11:00 and bus  students will be picked up accordingly)  ELEMENTARY STUDENTS  Selma Park���Sechelt Elem.���West Sechelt���Sechelt  8:30 a.m.���Selma Park 8:46 a.m.���Lawson  8:35 a.m.���Sechelt Elementary 8:48  8:40 a.m.���Newton 8:50 a.m  8:42 a.m.���Wakefield 8:55  8:44 a.m.���Lawrence  a.m.���West Sechelt Elem.  Walkers  a.m.���Sechelt Elementary  8:40  8:48  8:15  820  8:26  8.-30  8:33  Tyson Road-  a.m.���Tyson Road  a.m.���Wilson Creek  -Sechelt Elementary  8:50 a.m.���Davis Bay  8:55 a.m.���Sechelt Elementary  Port Mellon���Langdale���Gibsons*  a.m.���Port Mellon  a.m.���Twin Creeks  a.m.���Langdale Elementary  a.m.���Hopkins Landing  a.m.���Soames Point  Langdale  8:41   a.m.���Elphinstone  Secondary  8:45 a.m.���Granthams  8:49 a.m.���Soames Point  8:52 a.m.���Langdale  Elementary  Residential School���Roberts Creek Elementary  8:40 a.m.Residential School 8:50 a.m.���Macklams  8:45 a.m.���Lockyer Road 8:55 a.m.���Roberts Creek  8:48 a.m.���Roberts Creek Park  Elem.  8:45 a.m.���Selma  Selma Park���Sechelt Elementary  Park 8:55 a.m.���Sechelt Elementary  Pine   Road���Roberts Creek Elementary  8:15 a.m.���Pine Road 8:24 a.m.���Joe & Lower Road  8:18 a.m.���English 8:30 a.m.���Bayview Road  8:20 a.m.���Peninsula  Hotel 8:35 a.m.���-Roberts Creek Elem.  8:22 a.m.���Joe & Upper Road  Elphinstone���Gower   Point���Elphinstone���Gibsons   Elementary  ELER/3ENTARY & SECONDARY STUDENTS  8:30 a.m.���Pratt & Chaster  8:35 a.m.���Chaster & Gower Point  8:38 a.m.���Gower & Pratt  8:45 a.m���Elphinstone Secondary  8:48 a.m.���Gibsons Elementary  8:40 a.m.  8:45 a.m.  Elphinstone���Langdale Elementary  -Bennetts 8:50 a.m.���Langdale  Elementary  -Hopkins Landing  *  ft ft  SECONDARY STUDENTS  7:30 a.m.  7:32 a.m.  7:34 a.m.-  7:50 a.m,  7:55 a.m,  8 00 a m.  Walkers to Elphinstone  ���Walkers 7:35 a.m.--  ���Norwest & Mason Rd. 7:36 a.m.-  ���Louma 8:05 a.m.-  Lawrcnce to Elphinstone  ���Lawrence 8:05 a m.���  --Lawson 8:35 a.m.-  -���Sechclt Elementary  7:25 o.m,���Bus Depot  Depot to Elphinstone  8:00 a.m.  -Mason &   101  -Newton  -Elphinstone  -Bus Depot  -Elphinstone  -Elphinstone  Residential School���Elphinstone  800 o m.���Residential  School 8:10 a.m.���Baba's  .3,05 a.m,���Canadian Legion 8:20 a.m.���Elphinstone   Secondary  Porpoise Bay���Elphinstone  7 45 a m. ��� Porpoise Bay 8:06 a.m.���Wilson Creek  7.55 om-~Forcstiy Station 8:30 a,m,���Elphinstone   Secondary  8:00 a m.���Sechelt   Elementary  Ncstmans���Elphinstone  745 a in.- -Ncstmans 8:00 o,m���English  7 48 am -Davis Bay 8:03 a.m.���Pine Road  7:50 am,--Tyson Road 8:10 a.m.���Elphinstone  7,55 nm.--Ciowo Road  Mission Point���Elphinstono  800 a m.- -Mission Point 8:25 a,m.���Ephinstone  8 05 o m,���Lockyer Roorl  Roberts Creek���Elphinstono  7*35 am,- -Roberts Creek 7.43 a.m.���Joe Road  7 40 a.m.���Boyviow Road  7:55 a.m.���Elphinstone   Secondary  Port Mellon���Elphinstono  fli5 a,m,  -Port Mellon 8:25 a.rn.���Soames Point  H 20 a,m.--Wrnys 8:30 o.m,���Elphinstone  NOTE: Adjustments mny be made In scheduling for both elementary and  secondary students, but It is anticipated the busses will operate  On the some schedule that was In effect in June with the exception  of the bus that travelled down tho North Road. This route will  not bo In operation Ihis year,  All Grade VII students living In tho Langdale al tendance area will  attend the Langdale Elementary School.  Ilnlfmoon Bay Elementary: This school will operate as a primary  school this year and bus transportation will be provided to transport  Grades 3 to 7. or 4 to 7 to Sechelt. On September fith, oil elementary students are osked to register at the Halfmoon Bay Elementary  School until it con be established how many students will have  to be transported, No bus will operate on the first day of school  with the exception of the one travelling to Madeira Park ond  Pender Harbour.  II  E-^S*fe-S  igsss��*#wtwss^^  BSfgaggsMga Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 2, 1970  Prison based movie  for Sechelt iheaire  "RIOT" based on a novel by Frank Elli,  written while he was serving time in  prison, appears on "Ihe screen this" week  at Secheit Theatre on the waterfront.  A half dozen convicts incite a prison  riot as a cover for their escape through  a forgotten tunnel. Time for its cleai-ance  is secured by bargaining oyer a list of  grievances with the authorities while  holding a deputy warden and some guards  as hostages.  As the drunken, violet rioting gets  wilder, Cully. (Jim Brown), though reluctant to participate in the outbreak at  the start, becomes the leader, enforcing  some degiee of order and a return to  the* original escape plan. Filmed in Arizona State Penitentiary with a number of  inmates in the supporting cast, the picture  carries a strong feeling of authenticity.  ECHELT TH  ���    PRESENTS    ���  (ADULT)  Storting Jim Brown and  Gene Hackman  COLOR - CARTOON - FEATURETTE  Starts 8 p.m. Out* 10 p.m.  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 4th, 5��h and 7th  1000000000000000000000000000000000,  SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, SEPT. 6th  (ADULT)  Storring Noel Willmon  IN COLOR  .000000000000000000000B00000000M00-.  Next Week:  THE UNDEFEATED  ,00000000000000000000000000000*0mm  Coming Soon:  The Prime of Miss  Jean Brodie  Oliver  The Reivers  . - Norwood  Logion Poppy^Workshop  revatilization project  AN AU'EMPr ti> dcermuic public support and knowledre of the r^ed for the  Annual Poppy Campaign will be discussed by Legi.-n branches across Canada.  The need to revitalize Peppy Campaigns was decided at a recent Legion  Dominion  Convention  and   t'.e  weekend  September 12-13 will see Legit:n_members   gathering from fourteen areas in the Province*   from   Peace   River   dawn   to   the  "  Peace Arch.  Tha workshop will be bas?d on material supplied by Daminicn Command and  wi'l endeavour to improve the adminis-  tiTi.ion and public approach by Legion  members.  In?, eased ccsta both in manufacture of  Poppy wrcr..ba ��*nd .shipping have shown  a marked decline'in funds, even though  NO expenses are incurred olhewise..  Each area will have a local chairman  and p sen..-r zone or command officer as  werk.-hep leader. It is expeted several  hundred members will be in attendance.  WANTED  PHONE  885-2848 or 885-2151  iii*iaTiai��*Twn��tni-itnr-<��niiiir>iiii��  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  A thoughtful wife is a gal who has the  pork chops ready when her husband  monies ho...e troin a fishing trip.  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  Jackpot $200 - 50 calls  $125  - 57 calls  (up one every week)  $10 DOOR PRIZE  $75 to cjo  Public hearing . ...  Roberts Creek residents  question Zoning Bylaw 35  v  FORTY-fcur property owners in the Roberts Creek electoral area D attended  the Public Hearing to discuss Zoning Bylaw No. 35 which has been given three  readings by thc Sunshine Coast Regional  Board.  Area   Director and  Chairman  of   the  Board,   Mr.   Cliff  Gilker  explained   that  Zoning and Planning is an essential function  of the  Board  under  thc provisions"-  of the Municipal Act.  Main objections registered at the meeting concerned the exclusion of mobile  homes as dwelling units in Residential I  Zcne and also in Residential II Zone except in a mobile home park.  Planning Consultant Ed Cuylits stated  that Residential I is considered to be a  bolter class development and inclusion of  mobile homes would set a standard prob-  ilem and also a taxation problem.  The Union of B.C. Municipalities had  been trying to get a ruling from Victoria  regarding mobile homes for some years  Director Gilker added that until the  Board get*; -a*-'-puling- from���Victoria,���the^  Regional Board's hands are tied.  In respect to -Residential II, Mr. Cuylits stated that it had been a recommendation from the Gibsons meeting to consider  parcels, and the Board would reconsider  thc matter.  ZONING  In* general. Residential I zoning is restricted to the coastal area with Residential  2 in the next., zone with the hinterland  held for Rural Holding purposes.  Minimum lot size in the Rural Holding  area is 5 acres. Mobile home residences on  single parcels are allowed in this area  ���together with a variety of other uses including extraction of raw materials from  the  land.  RECOMMENDATIONS  Recommendations included protection  of   civekaa   and   consideration   of   mobile  Camper  Trend  Typical of tourist traffic this year,  Uned up outside the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce Tourist Booth are* these trailers from Saskatchewan and visitors from Oregon. There is a dire need for more  camper accommodation on the Sunshine Coast to accommodate the ever  Jiicreasing^jiumber joLjrisito-m who  are choosing this type of travelling  vacation.  homes as dwelling unite. -in Residential  Zones. It was pointed out that this is a  retirement area and mobile homos are  quite attracive and easier for older people  to maintain.  Mrs. Schachte drew attention to the  fact that she keeps chickens for her own  use in a Residential I area and wondered  if she would be allowed to restock with  a new batch when the old ones died. She  was told that the Board would have to  seek legal advice on the matter which  would be resolved before the* Zoning Bylaw is finally adopted.  Large maps of the zoned areas cf the  Sunshine Coast were on view at the pub-  ���lic hearings and copies of Zoning Bylaw  No. 35 were available for perusal or could  be pu�� chased for $5 25 per copy.  IT WONT BE LONG NOW  WX  GET YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES NOW!  We have all your requirements at Reasonable Prices.  *' With every order���a Chance to Win a Prize  *���  NEwlRWVALS:' " J BOl��cH.N,A   In Mobiles, Stuffed Animals,      \ CUPS and SAUCERS  and other Novelties. ! $1.09 and $1.65  " .....m.U........ a.a.a..,.....".   CLEARING:  CHILDREN'S WEAR, BATHING SUITS, ETC.  ���  Sechelt  ���  Phone 885-9343  7annnnnn/7nnni!nnf77nnnnnf7nfjnfwnnn/7nf7nn/7f7i  FUTURE FLOOR POLISH  27...  INSTANT COFFEE ^mM ���0M10,10 ...  MARGARINE soi.swcct,. ��. Pk9   VEGETABLE OIL w��t. m ..:  *lo39      RED  EY    BEANS Ubbyt.  14 0*.  �����# for  in Tom. ubby��, m ��,... 4 ��<>-  ETTI   Libby's,   14   oi    4 for  loff      FRUIT COCKTAIL F<y. m**, u ...  for  SHORTENING pqkcosy,, ,���. pk9.  ROLLED OATS Robln ���ood, Quiek( 48..  IT 12A3   Green GlorH*, 14 on, Med., Smal  BEANS   Green Glont, 14 ox. Kltchcr. Cut  ORAMGE JUICE 6 oz. 4 for 85c  Dclnor Froxcn  FRASER VALLEY  dozen  ON THE COB  CRANBERRY SAUCE 14 oz. 2 for 57c  Ocean Spray  [P  <"&&'  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  THUR,.  SEPT. 3 TO SAT.,  SEPT. 5  A -o��  .1 ��_./    GREEN  LB.  u  LOCAL  '777777H7  WE lUSLRVI. THf. 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