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 M *.  Consider action .  liiiisaii  OCT 2 3  ���West Canadian Graphic lnda&ts4es  AbOb We3t 5th Ave.,  ivancouver 9��- B.C.  JOHN Burnsidc, president of the Sechelt  Teachers' Association, today announced  whole-hearted support of the Q.C. Teachers' Federation's campaign to improve  teachers' pensions. ,      .  He said that the improvements teachers want..should*'; not cost .taxpayers any  money.  "There is more than enough money in  the pension fund to pay for the improvements we want. The fund now totals more  than $165 million, is - growing by-more^  than $18 million a year, but pays out only  $<J million in pensions. All we are asking  for is the use of our own money."  Unless the provincnial government  assures teachers before October 30 that  substantial improvements will be made to  the pension plan, the BC.T.F. will hold  a referendum of the province's 25,000  teachers seeking authority to invoke  strike action.  If a strike should* occur, it would be  thc first teachers", strike in B.C. since 1921.  Burnside said that pensions for B.C.  -teacher's aie the poorest teachers' pensions in Canada, despite- the fact that  teachers here 'payas much' into their'  pension plan as any other teachers in  the country. ..  Teache-rs pay..67i> of their salaries into  the pension fund; the provincial government contributes    on behalf of    school  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, .Granthams Landing,.Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Haltmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  the government and is invested in B.C.  government-guaranteed bonds.  "A year ago, the B.C.T.F. submitted a  brief to the government detailing the inadequacies of, the pesion plan and calling  lor several major improvements. The  government could not argue with the  brief; it just ignored it. This year, we're  determined our case will be ignored no  longer,1' said Burnside.  He added, "Teachers don't want lo  strike;--they-lwant_decenL_pensions from _  the fund they contribute to during their  entire working lives. But if the government is not prepared to let us use our  own money, we're prepared to take drastic  action."  The average  pension paid to a B.C.  teacher and his wife after 40 years of  service is $294.40.  school assignments.  a Local men complete  program  HOWE Sound Division of Canadian Forest  Products at Port Mellon was one of  the first pulp mills in the province to  institute an apprentice training program  and has participated in such a scheme  since 1953. In 1965 Pulp and Paper Mills  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. 1142  Union ���fig"}"* Label  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 7, No. 47  -^apcaaa 4xJLj&.&y7M  P��vpmjnm ml *  |��f-.V -^^^*y ���*^*W^''*i-*a"*--f^^- H^^iifaal -*"C^--y��mi  T*I  *��*-*J    vt* V"��1 r^*** "**�� " *W -V*" ���*^^f'  **?** -i*tifr*r*>rt,\~tP  V  A~.  boards a fixed sum of Jess, than ��200. .a    throughout B.C. entered into an Industry  f��  /  <���>���. $& \*i  ik  ���       (  -aaaaCw ���  <    " "A f^i        .      a.  .> " -A. "\ *&%��, . *���  Ff.f <'I. V   .    * Y&i   ?  a. 4&*  ?    --T'     a--  year' per ''teacher. Teachers''contribute  $1.70 for each dollar put in by the'government. All the money is administered by  a,a,.a..^wgifaa>a..a.|..afaaBa*li!,|aa, ��mn ,ia..^avjaf.m j.'i'^,FFki,aa^i.u i n .���.������.! u���a)H',i, iy.il,  '       .    a rtj>*  ���t  BLOOD DONORS  Your blood might save a life? Red  Cross blood donor clinic will be operating  in the Gibsons area Thursday October  22nd at the Health Centre between the  hours of 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm and 6.30  pm to 8.30 pm.  BAKE SALE  Raffle winners at a highly successful  Bake Sale and Tea by the Holy Family  Catholic Church Ladies, October 8th at  Sechelt included: Greg August $50, Tricia  Leilscn $40, Vivian Parker $30, Yyette  Kent $10. Door prize went to Mrs. Gert  Hope of Gibsons and Children's door prize  to Mary Evans.  PIONEER LADIES  Pioneer Ladies of Pender Harbour, will  be honored at a tea party sponsored by  the Missionary Group,, which is to be held  on November 4th at the home of Luella  Durican at 1.30 p.m. -  Interested parties - please phone 883-  2374, 883-2454 or 883-2270.  STEAK-IN  Sunshine Coast Lions will hold thc  annual Stcak-In fund raised Sunday November 1st under chairmanship of Pete  Jackson. The event, which has attracted  considerable response in past years, will be  held in the sho\\*rooms of Peninsula  Motors and will be enhanced with an  exciting decorative scheme, music and  refreshments. Publicity chairman suggests  Mum be given a rest and taken out to  dine for a change.  wide apprenticeship training program  with co-operation of Pulp and Paper  Unions."  Congratulations were extendned last  week to ther latest apprentices, by Mill  manager Ed. Sherman, on completion of  their trainiring: Martin Henry and Bernie  Mulligan, Steamfitter/Pipefitters, and  Jon Nimmo, Industrial Electrician. Each  man was presented with his Certificate of  Apprenticeship arid Certificate of Qualification/together with a gift of an inscribed fifty foot steel tape.  /During the past five years, apprentices  have been indentured in ten trades in  the Port Mellon mechanical departments  and in the peak year (1966) there were  a total of forty-five apprentices.7 Each  apprentice is provided with *on the job'  practical training for an eleven month  period plus four weeks at the B.C. Vocational School at "Burnaby. In the case of  Electricians and Instrument Mechanics,  ten months are spent on the job and eight  weeks are spent at Vocational School. Tlie  industry provides full pay for its apprentices   while   they   attend  vocational  J I"  /.'  J*  ���AA^t��i-  'a-. &&��&*,  MjyFit?,,*.  <</*  ���li  (  c  '    ��,  Cougar" Catch  Hunting irt the hills above Sechelt  on Thanksgiving Holiday, Bob West  of Mission Point artd Danny Henry  of West Sechelt came upon a fresh  deer kill and close by in the bushes  crounched this female cougar. Fearing attack, they shot the cat whose  rich brown pelt is now being cured  as a trophy.  Trustees back-oii . . .  1371 project . . .  Centennial area meeting  outlined grant stractiire  AN AREA Centennial meeting at the  "Welcome Beach Hall on October 16  was attended by delegates from the  Sechelt, Pender Harbour and Halfmoon  Bay Centennial Committees. The meeting  Was chaired by Mr. Derek M. Cooey, the  regional Centennial '71 representative.  Mr. McCoocy described thc change in  the grant structure for Centennial '71  since .the announcement of the Federal  govemrriont's intention of participating.  Under the old structure, the B.C. Government agreed to give 60 cents per capita  towards each committee's project and 40  CAUTION fee of 50 cents per student recently imposed at Elphoinstone Secondary School, to cover cost of damage  incurred by students during the year,  will be refunded to those students who  request it. Unclaimed money will be  handed over to the school's student council which will operate a damage control  reimbursement fund.  Trustees approved this recommendation at the September 8th Board Meeting,  cents per capita towards  adminstratlon ��alter collection of the fee had been sus-  and celebration programmes/Under the   ���'pended when declared illegal by trustees  new structure, the committees will receive $1 per capita from the Federal  government and $1 per capita from the  B.C. Government, but will have to raise  their own administration and celebration  expenses, as well as their 60 cents per  capita towards their projects.  Mr. McCooey advised that the first  Centennial project will start right on  New Year's Day when a B.C. Centennial  float will be entered in the Rose Bowl  Parade. This will be followed on January  3rd by a Day of Thanksgiving.  Delegates reported the following projects. Pender Harbour's project would be  a face-lifting for the Madeira Park Com  munity Hall. Sechelt Committee would  cany out improvements to the Sechelt  library, and Halfmoon Bay, improvements  to the Welcome Beach Hall.  All committees arc still anxious to  hear from any residents of the area who  might qualify for the Centenarian or  Pioneer awards. Pioneers must have' been  born in Canada or a resident of Canada  prior to January 1st 1897.  To qualify for the Centenarian award,  a resident must have already attained  or will attain his or her one-hundredth  birthday during 1071. Timo Is now growing short for sending in these applications which must roach Victoria not later  than November 10th. So if you think  you might be eligible or you have a neighbour you think might bc eligible, telephone any of ��� the following: Ponder  Harbour, Mrs. Bill Peters, 8(13-2*130, Sechelt, Mrs, Sam Dawe, n".!i-fl.r>37, Ilnlfmoon  Bay, Mr. E. Cook, BR5-0402.  at the August meeting of the board.  District superintendent R. R. Hanna,  said that a similar fee had been charged  at Elphinstone before, but this year three  complaints were received from parents.  He agreed that students causing damage  should be apprehended and charged, but  when the student enrollment is 680 pupils  it is difficult to detect who actually docs  the damage. Even in the community, we  all pay for public damage out of our  taxes, said Mr. Hanna.  TABLED  Society for Protection and Environmental Control wishes to form SPEC  action groups in British Columbia Schools^  As board approval is \rcquired before  such a group ,can be organised in thc  school district, thc matter was brought  to thc attention of trustees.  Acting chairman, Mr. Agnes Labontc  felt that the group has been political and  trustee Dave Ganshorn commented that  misinformation was being passed out by  SPEC. Trustee Bernard Mulligan said he  could sec nothing wrong in the request.  Trustee John Hayes felt thai too many  organizations were being formed in high  schools. Mr. Ganshorn snld that students  could join the local SPEC organization if  they wished anyway, and the matter was  tabled.  EGMONT  Trustees approved a request from Egmont Mothers' Group asking permission  to use the classroom, presently not in  use nt Egmont School for a Nursery  School. The group pointed out that Mrs.  Griffith who holds a P.B. certificate would  be taking the nursery class.  Mr. Hanna was agreeable to giying the  Nursery School a chance and said that it  met wilh the approval of Miss Edwards  who teaches at Egmont.  LANGDALE  Request from Port Mellon Hospital  Auxiliary lo sell hot soup for a nominal  charge to students at Langdale did not  meet with the board's approval Tr*-v*��tecs  agreed with the principal of Langdale,  Mr. Passmore who felt that although the  idea had merit, there arc no facilities at  the school and it would not be practical.  ADULT EDUCATION  Reporting on the Adult Education  Programme for which registrations are  now being received, Mr. Hanna who is  adult education director, said that Mr.  Tiernan is in charge of the programme at  Pender Harbour, Mr. Yablonski is looking  after Gibsons and Sechelt. and Mr. Teddy  Joe is organizing a programme for the  Sechelt Indian Village. Once again, resident manager at Port Mellon, Mr, Sherman  has given' permission for thc Welding  and Machine Shop course which proved  popular last year.  - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1970  *  Remembrance Day  aids many causes  OBSERVANCE    of  Poppy  Week    and  Remembrance Day is fast approaching, and Legion members will soon be  selling poppies. The Poppy Fundradmin-  stered by Legion Branches across Canada,  is the only appeal to the general public.  Other monies for community projects are  raised by work and servicesrrendered by  the Legion membership and that of the  Ladies Auxiliary.  Poppy funds are used to alleviate  emergency crises for the veteran or his  dependents.  Beginning this year, the residue of  each year's collection _can be turned over  to Senior Citizens Housing.  In 1969 Branch 140 collected approximately $390; in the Poppy Campaign.  Through careful administration, a sum  in excess of $75 is being"* turned-over-.to  our local Senior Citizens Housing project.  It is also interesting to note that in  case of a large community disaster where -  locJU Poppy Funds could be depleted, the  branch can call upon the Poppy Funds  held by Provincial Command.  This year, after a summer frought with  labour unrest and a high percentage Of  unemployment, the requests could be  higher. Local branches of Poppy Committees therefore ask that you be genorous  in your donations.  Lions Ladies schedule  full season of events  SUNSHINE Coast Lions Ladies are well  underway with, their plans for another busy season of activities. Meeting  on October 14th at the home of Mrs.  Maureen Hall, plans were discussed for  the Spring Fashion Show which proved  such an outstanding event last year.  The Lions Ladies Christmas raffle  offers seven prizes and will be drawn on  December 18th. Prizes from first to seventh are as follows: Hand made crocheted  bedspread, Thermal buffet server, "Gourmet" grocery hamper, 15 lb turkey, Xmas  cake, Shortbread, Christmas cheer. .  Tickets which are being sold very  reasonably at three for 50c may be obtained from any of the Lions Ladies or  or by contacting Mrs. Claudette Casey  at 885-2839.  Flashing bus lights  mean stop or court  DESPITE j^  fail to stop when a school bus draws  to a halt with warning red lights flashing. This is an offence and one which  could take young lives. Police have therefore asked co-operation of school bus  drivers who will take down licence numbers of offending drivers and submit to  RCMP for action.  Already a number of such offenders  have been reported and action is in process of being taken against the registered  owners.  It is noted lhat the object of thc  flashing lights is an assurance for youthful passengers that, on leaving the bus,  they have safe passage across the highway or road. This also applies when thc  bus pulls off the highway with lights  flashing.  Estimate $845,000 . . .  or extra sewer costs  Police chase  lee cars unaiiy ncu  speeding Gibsons driver  HEMANDP.D In custody to November 4th     a  total of $-100 nnd  his driving licence  for sentence following a guilty plea lo ^suspended for ono month.  Sorrowful Tribute  Signifying  one  of lho  most  trafilc .Sunday morning In sorrowful tributo  momenta In Canada's history, nnd the to Quebec Labour Minister Pierre Ln-  moaSt tragic since tho red Manlo leaf porte who met his death, al Ihe hands  was adopted as tho National Flag, of FI,Q assassins on Saturday night  lho Canadian .-'Inn flies at half-staff in Montreal,  oubido Sechelt RCMP Detachment on  throo charges, involving motor vehicle  offences, Robert Wayne Thorhurn of Gibsons wns arrested aftor a driving npreo  in which he was followed by RCMP at  speed.; up to 1)0 mph through the village  of (Jll.fion.*!,  Dm ing Ihe course of tho ll'<ii mile  chase, Thorhurn Is alleged to have* pnssed  n n...rl.*'ti police car at high :.pi*rcl, cut  tlu* police car off, failed to heed police  emergency equipment, strurlt tin nuto nt  the .shopping centre, endangered p��-  drsti'liu.'i, attempted on a nunmher of  ncciirilnn.-i to ram Ihe police vehicle nnd  \v.i!*V. finally brought to n hull when cornered by three police curt,,  Chiirges In id itg-iii...! him Include.:  criminal negligence In the operation of n  motor vehicle, hit and run, nnd driving  while hiu blood roiilntned moro Ihun .Oil  alcohol, He iippe.ncd Tuc-.dny October  mth before Judge Charles MIMel-.lendt  In Gibsons.  Also appearing October 13th Wllllnm  Andrew Phillips, also of Gibsons, was  clmrged with hwvlnf* care and control  of n motor vehicle while his ability lo  drlvo wns Impaired, He wim nlxo ebnrged  with it'luMiil lo tali.-* tin- brciilhnly/iT le-.l,  Found e,..'Uy n*. charged he wus fined  Three other men faced charges of  driving while their blood contained more  than .08% alcohol, they were: Alan Richard Wilson of Gibsons wilh u breathalyzer rending of ,21, .lohnnn Grimm*  Grlmson of Richmond with a ,lf> rending  and Davis Wayne Ward of Coquitlam  with a rending of .13, They were fined  $300 each und tiui.pci.decl from driving for  one month,  Louise Ann Lnmont of Ilnlfmoon I-ny  fi.ccH a charge of possession of marl*  junnn ns the result of n check cnriied mil  nt Ihe IViilnisulii Motel beer parlor, She  Ihiii been remanded to Oclober "JOII. for  trial.  Ch��rgcd with pose,**- Ion of cnunabiti  renin and Impaired driving, Michael tilb-  ���'on {-'I,.-Kelt of G|b'*nn,t has hud dale nf  trial t-e| for November ,!llh,  John AlcMinilcr Glbb,,of Robert!. Creel,  nnd Russell Oliver Gibsonn ol Twin Creel..*  were both remanded for one week on  charge*', of refusal to tnlte n brcatbnly/er  test,  Terry Howard Gobcr stood*, trial November Dili lo iiniiwcr rhinites of failing  to lake the brealhnlyi'cr tc;,l nnd dl.'pullpc  a traffic violation.  DUE to the opposition which bus delayed  establishment of a sewer system in  Gibsons for al least two years, it has  now been found necessary lo revise original plans nnd provide another hyjpw in  order to provide financing for the project.  At last meeting of council a draft  copy of thc second .bylaw was rend and  approved. Once approved by Victoria, Ihe  second bylaw will be wlvertised prior  lo pulling out lo tender. Original estimate  wns $-120,000 nnd included first phase of  llu. scheme, Later council decided to  Include a secondary treatment plant in  light of outside opposition to the proposals,  Spiralling costs together wilh additional cost of the secondary treatment  have now put thc estimate up to $045,001)  but $200,000 of this bus been ntlributed  lo rising costs during tho time protester*,  delayed the scheme,  Village work-crew has commenced  work on tin: new waler lino down Pratt  Road, It wns reported thnt pipe Is arriving, agreement hns been reached as to  locution of five hydrants nnd, snld Mayor  Peterson "It Is coming along very well",  An old partially submerged barge Is  still anchored at the wharf, reported  Aldermnn Gerry Dixon, It was .tuggcHted  the .wharfinger be advised to tnke necessary action in order to remove what  has been termed "a hii/ardoiiN situation",  Another situation nt the wharf involves n number nf fliihcrmen who are  delinquent In moorage fees, ll was agreed  lhal tlie bylaw be enforced, which states,  Unit oneii tut m-cnunt becomes delinquent  for ten dnyt., moorage facilities will no  longer be permit led.  l.-siiiuu-e nf motor vehicle licence  pliites commenced |or the find time pari  way through Inst year. This year, with  n full period to test response, total return-, amounted lo Sftl.HIO.IIt. Included  In this were -.nlc-i ol 11)90 passenger platen  amounting to $21,002,01, 430 commercial  plates to the value of $22,340.70. remainder  Included denier plates, motor cycle, Irail-  tii., farm tractor;, chauffeur*, etc,  Mr, I), M, Harrison sought |"*imission  tu trtin.'.porl n ..mall two bedroom homo  Into the village from Vancouver, sizo of  the building was given as 26'x2��', It wns  moved the applicant bc notified thnt it  will first bc necessary for the village  building Inspector to Inspect tbe building  to make sure il conforms to local requirements, Such inspection will be at expense  of the applicant.  While attending the recent convention  of B.C. Municipalities at Penticton, council wns impressed with n colored decorative light greeting visitors to the district.  It was therefore suggested lhat Aid, Dixon  look Into possibilities of something similar for Gibsons, Mayor reterson suggested  something in Ihe nature of a fish might  ho fitting for tho nrett,  s  point  the ray  to action!  In Today's Classified:-*  **���������'���-    -��� n���n i "in ��� mi ��� nrprrwTi iu minim mm m. -u'u, il. uu,... ���  MOVING must sell, Three year old lnglii;  nutomntlc washer,  *MaMlMIMIIMMMt^^  ��� Tlmi-r. Clarified*, reach over 2,*>00 hoinci  (10,000 rcodor*.).  ��� Time*, Clnvufird', no IN 10 the home*. . . ,  nol on lawn-., Mn-ct*. oi In culvoit*,,  ��� Tin,.-**, ClowUlcd*, oto low-co*.!, hl*ah-p"*l��niy  f.olrr. tonic:.,  Phono 885-9654  Phono linci open Sunday; classified  ���icodlinc i% Sunday evening,  '   '   *   ��� ~r\  at����*p*a���� *?l4*n^^^m&**i*^KM#*Am*t��>v>4tM��44*4*71. .  ia.aFa. a** a* a*aa^ 0> a*a.^a^a,^, ja. a-, avaaaa* *Jki&W<il*iKf>^  ji.afo^^^i^j^^i"^^  Pogfe A-2 Tho Peninsula Times; V/cdnefctJoy; Och 2lf 10/0,  THEPElli^SlJLA7^>^ Secl,e^ ' ^one 885-9i54  Classified  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times' Ltd.,  at Sechelt, B.C.  "Established 1963  Member. Audit Bureau  of Circulations  ,  March 31. 1970  Gross Circulation 2538��� ���  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed.with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Ratos:  3-Line AdrBriefs (12 words)  One" Insertion -I ��� 775c  Three  Insertions :���$1.50  Extra.lines (4 words) 15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers . _- 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count lino.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ...$3 yr.  By carrier -^_,____ 50c month  COMING EVENTS  ROBERTS Creek Lecion Hall.  DANCE, October'24th. Music by The Westerri Troubador.s.  8 p.m. to ?. ��1.50 per person.  5385-47  TWILIGHT THEATRfe  Gibsons ...  At   8   p,m.   Wed.   Oct.% 21st.  your last chance to see  "BROTHERLY LOVE"  Starring  Susannah York  in  Color ��� RESTRICTED  Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct. 22, 23. 24  NOTE: For this show only.  Continuous Performance. Two  Complete Showings of Walt  Disney's  "SLEEPING BEAUTY"  Starting at 7:30 pm & 9:25 pm  Ending at 9:20 pm & 10:15 pm  Plus Sat. Matinee at 2 pm  Sun., Mon., Tue., Oct. 25. 2G.  27 at 8 p.m.  "UP IN THE CELLAR"..  Starring  Wes  Stern���In  color  RESTRICTED  Coming  Next:  "How The West Was  CARD OF THANKS  I WISH to thank all my  friends for their kindness to  me during my recent illness  and for the many -gifts and  cards that helped to cheer me.  To Dr. Burtnick and Dr. Irish  and the nurses and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital, ' a special  thanks ���"Olive McGregor.  5381-47  SINCERE thanks to Constables Brian Werth and Fred  Simpson of Sechelt R.C.M.P.  Detachment and Dr. Burtnick  and staff of St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, for their efforts  on behalf of my wife Florence, the evening of October  14th���James Ridgewell.  5383-47  Won"  5397-47  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .   .   .   ia   pleased  to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENT  PERSONAL  WISH  to  contact Latter Day.  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 886-254C. 4505-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8130 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 88G-  2343. 4979-tfn  REAL ESTATE  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD. ,  P.O. BOX -423.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  Selma Park: New two bedroom home, all electric, on  lease lot. $4,500 down. F.P.  $14,700.  Silver ^Sands: View lot on  hwy. Try your down payment  to. $3,300 full price.  Roberts- Creek: 20 acres with  stream thru & Hydro by.  $20,000.  Sandy Hook: 3.9G .icre  homesite on two roads. Half  cash. F.P. $15,300.  West Sechelt: 2 bedroom  home on 1 acre. 131 feet frontage on Highway 101. View  property $14,500.  WAKEFIELD: Half acre  view lot, $6000.  3 bedroom ana den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  ,'i  down.  \{\ acre of garden, lawns,  and shrubs; 3 bedroom home.  $24,500 with  %  down.  View   lots  from  S3.200.  Halfmoon waterfront: 300' at  $33,000.  VIEW LOTS���DAVIS BAY  Multiple Listing Service  MR. and Mrs, Gordon Edwardson of Pender Harbour, B.C.  are pleased to announce the  engagement of their only  daughter, Carolyn Jane to Mr.  Brian Robert Jeffries, second  eldest son of Mr, and Mr.s.  James Joffries of Egmont, BC,  The marriage will take place  on Saturday, December 10,  1970 at 3:30 p.m. in Si. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt,  B.C. Open reception at Pender  Harbour Community Hall,  Madeira Park at 5:30 p.m.  5375-47  MR, and Mrs. Len Higgs of  Selma Park arc plonwd to  announce Ihe forthcoming  wedding of their eldest daughter, Judy, to Kerry Eldred,  eldest son of Mr, nnd Mrs,  Jack Eldred, Roberts Crook.  Wedding will lake place November Mth nl 5:30 'p.m. from  St,  Hilda's  Church,  Roc-holt.  5300-17  HARRY   GREGORY  DON  HADDEN  885-9392  885-9504  5'98-tfn  OBITUARY  SALVAGE October     15.  1070, John Percy Salvage  age 72 years of Huberts Creek,  B.C,, formerly of .South Burnaby, B.C. Survived by .his...  loving wile Anne, one daugh-  li*i- Mrs, Joan Turncy ol Hub-  erls Creek, 11.0,, one grand*  daughter I,t*,,llc. and nli*c*c-i  nod nephews In England. Private funeral service was held  Monday, October 19, 11)70  from llic family chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Homo, Gibson?*, 11,C, Reverend IX Morgan officiated, Interment .Sen-,  vlow   Cemetery. 5404-47  HIDC.EWKI.L October   11,  11170, Florence Uldgewell i��r  Pari- l.oiul Roherbi ��� Creek,  H,(", Survived by her loving  bnsbiinil .lameii, three .iI'.I.tn,  Mrs. Aline Gl.ivelle, Ottawa,  OnHulo, Mrs, Irene Miigulre  Hull, Quebec, Mrs. Jean Poppy, Ottawa, Ontario, one bro-  llur, Rene .SI. Bruno of Quo  lice, her mother Mrs. Berna  cldth lllll of Ottawa, anil  hini.y nl.*c��>.*i iinu nophewt.  Funeral MTvirt* wit-i hold Hut  urday October 17, 1070 from  the family chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Gibson**,  B.C. Reverend Father Kennv  officiated. 5405-17.  \  GIBSONS ��� Luxury, "Gold  Medallion"    3    bedroom    1750  Sci.   Ft.   wal erf root   home   on  largo lot with magnificent panoramic view. Living room  15'  x25' with floor to ceilinji, raised hearth rock fireplace, gold  coloured wall to wall and sliding   doors   to   patio.   Dining  area   12'xl5'   with   Gold   wall  to wall. Bright sunny kitchen  12'xl5'  with  walnut  cabinets;  nvocada counters with matching dish washer, Master bathroom fl'xl".'   vanity  with sunshine yellow fittings and separate shower stall. Second van-'  Ity bathroom  5"x9'  Gold wnll  to wall in all bedrooms, Utility room in basement also unfinished  roe,   room  area  with  roughed-ln    fireplace,    Realistically priced at $411,900. Terms  available.  GIBSONS -1 acre commercial property In key local Ion  with over 700 foot road front-  agel! Ideal for development,  NOW,   Realistically   priced,  ROBERTS CREEK -- 10 ae-  ro.'i beautifully treed, south  slope property wilh over (100  feet load frontage. Perfect  homesite wilh excellent potential for Huhdlvlslon, Full price  $12,500.  WERT SECHELT Sargoanl  Bay (North - West) Magnificent waterfront ci* vlow lots  with superlative! milmon fishing ut your doorstep, Limited  number of lots available In  this choice location closo to  Seehell Village and till fac'lli-  lleti, Priced from $5,7.10 with  cany  terms. > *     '  I'HNDI-'II  IIAMOIIR   l.jio.  fully serviced view lots only  Kill yarilii to safe moorage, Located In the centre of Ponder  Harbour the hub of scenic*  boutlng waters and fabulous  sports llshlng. Priced from  $.!,?5If   with  ereiy   terms.  l-'or full dclull.i call Frank  Lewis In lho minions office of  Exclusive   Agent:  REAL ESTATE (conh)  BY~OWNER ��� 60 ft., waterfront lot, West Sechelt, overlooking Trail Islands. Cleared  ready for building. Phone 885-  241G or write Uox 5(52, Sechelt,  B.C. .  ^380-43  EXCELLENT   commercial   lot  ���  centre Sechelt���highway  location, level, and cleared. All  services   available.   Box   1104'*  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfii  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real  Estate Board  PHONE 88G-2248  Notary Public  Business Opportunities ���  We have to offer:���A Gas Station with home, a Motel, a  Chinchilla Farm, . a Hobby  Farm, a Grocery' Store, or a  "Marina Boat Works with a'  marine fuel outlet. We also  have good commercial development sites. If you are interested ih any of these please  contact us for particulars.  if it's a lot you want wo  have over a hundred listings  from Langdale to Earl's Cove.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Three  bedroom homo, centrally located. Large bright living room,  cut stone fireplace, excellent  view. Lawn, garden, fruit  trees. Comfortable family  home, with an approximate  floor area of 1500 ft. F.P. $16,-  000 with $7,000 down. Exceptionally good terms on the  balance. Low interest rate.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: A  neat clean one bedroom home  situated on a very quiet residential street, in a central location. Good view. New oil  furnace. An ideal retirement  home. F.P. $14,750. Terms possible.  SPECIAL: Good family  home, close to beach. Four  bedrooms, large L.R., panelled, W-W carpet. Large modern kitchen, full concrete  basement. Sun-deck and carport. See this well built, spacious home today. Very well  priced at only $18,000. Excellent terms for only $10,000  clown and the balance at $125  month with ONLY GVi per  cent interest.  ROBERTS CREEK: Now is  the time to purchase property  in this fast growing area. 4.6  Acres on Crowe Road for only  $5,500. Approx. M. acre on  Lower Roberts Creek road,  $5,750. 10 acres Lockyer Road  ' for only  $8,250.  AFTER YOU HAVE SEEN  THE REST���SEE US LAST  FOR THE BEST!  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Lorrie Girard        886-7760  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Box 238, Gibsons,  B.C.  5400-47  LANGDALE SUBDIVISION  ���Good sized lots, all services  at hand. Only a few left, with  prices at $2,350 to $2,550 easy  terms.  880-2401  GIBSONS-Split level family style home, almost new,  Cathedral entrance leads to  both llloors, Main floors features large living room wilh  view window and cut stone  fireplace, cabinet kitchen with  lovely cupboards, , modern  bathroom, Below is another  bedroom, big. roc. root)).,, find  powder   room,   Also  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  APPROX 21 acres priKie fu-  , tui-e residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  ���bush. Sechelt-Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5. acre lots.  Cash. Bo.x 310 Tlie Peninsula  Times. Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 263-4993  collect or  73G-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  WORK WANTED (Conh)       CARS & TRUCKS  EXPERIENCED drywall acou-  , stic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and. serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  East service. Phone "3"& W  DrywalJ,  886-2402.       4208-tfn  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  a?ainth.g, gardening, janitor  liervice, odd jobs etc. AU worie  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  BLOCK BROS.  4842-tfn  Retirement .cottage in the  WF! Lovely view 'living rm.  with fireplace, bright kitchen  and dining area both overlooking the water. 2 bdrms., bath  & utility. Some finish worlc  required. .Lge, level lot. Only  $15,000.  One ac. bldg. lot near beach  and Golf course. Nicely treed  Offers near $4,000.  Over 1 ac. with 122* on bik.  top road, few steps to good  beach. Cozy 2 bdrm. home,  nice living room, kit. mod.  bathroom. Approx. $6,500  down.  Near 6 ac. level land, approx. Vz cultivated. Two 2  bedroom hmes. Small barn for  2 horses, creek thru' prop. Attractive terms.  Modern Cape Cod cottage  on level cleared lot in area of  fine homes. Close to excellent  beach, terrific view. A must  to see. Terms on $17,000.  Very desirable WF ac. fronts,  on pebble beach. Small home  has fireplace and incomparable view. Only $23,650.   .  Delightful 4 room cottage  on level lot, 5 min. walk to  shops, P.O. & beach. W-W in  living room, lge. kit. & dining  area, wired for range etc. Part  bsmt. The price is right at  $15,500.  Spectacular value in this  charming 6 year old home,  owner planned & built. Pleasing decor throughout, 2 bdrms  lge. view living room with  fireplace open to modern kitchen and dining area on main  floor. Full bsmt. features completed lge. bedroom and rec.  room. Utility room and storage, work area. A-oil heat.  Realistically priced at $26,900.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 J  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  5401-47  FOR RENT  }  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  storage    areas,    Big    sundeck  ��� with carport under, $26,1100 FP  some terms to a 7'i.'!   mtge.  1186-241)1  GIBSONS RURAL here's  a 2,'.it acre estate on Gower PI,  Road with a lovely home,,  (iardeus and patios surround  the houso, which is very well  built, featuring large Lil, will*,  acorn I'M',, throo bedrooms,  $20,500 F.P. on terms.  118(1-2481  ROSAMUND 111"), ��� Now 2  bedroom A Frame on 70 x 2211  lot on water. Fridge h stove  Included. $12,000,00,  11110-2-1111  TUWANEK VllAV LOT ���  Tho Inst In this area, Close to  beach and bout -launching,  Water main on street, $3,1150.  1111(1-24111  .SECRET   COVE   --'  lot   In  Sunny 'Harbour  Ke;itates-  115  all    .services.    Asking  Ideal   for  summer  cut*  9557 oves,  1960 OLDSMOBILE Station  Wagon. Power brakes and  steering. Radio, heater, new  tires. Best offer. Phone 885-  9519 days. 885-9995 eves.  5391-tfn  PETS  BABY   sitting   in   my   home.  Day or night. Have 3 year  old  of. my  own. Phohe 886-  7425. 5332-47  HOUSEWORK wanted in Se-  chelt  district  between  9-12  mornings. Also baby-sitting on  weekends.   Ph.  885-9741.  5374-47  LEGAL  TOY male poodles, 1 silver &  1 blue. 8 weeks, $60 each.  Ph. 885-9797. 5310-47  BLACK miniature male poodle. 2'/..  months. Innoculatcd  & registered. Ph. 885-2019.  5371-47  FOR SALE  X       I'll)  $5,000.  luge,  11(111.24111  a,  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Heal Eilale &���  Insurance  "i  SUNNYCREST   .SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B,C,  Phone   1111(1-2-1111  #  FORM NO. 1  LAND ACT *  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A  , DISPOSITION  OF CROWN  LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate vicinity of North Lake.  Take notice that Melvin  Robert Taylor of 3575 Vimy  Cresc, Vancouver 12, B.C., oo.  cupation, examiner of drivers,  M.V.B. intends to aj>p1j- for a  "ji lot of the following described lands :-  Commencing at a post  planted 1000 ft. from N.W.  corner of lot 7000 group I N.-  W.D.; thence 100 ft. N.W.;  thence 300 ft. S.W.; thence 100  ft. S.E.; thence 300 ft. N.E.  and containing 100' x 300' %  acres, more or less. The purpose for which the disposition  is required is summer home.  MELVIN ROBERT TAYLOR  Dated Oct.  14, 1970.  5373-pub.  Oct.  21.  28,  1970  BOATS & ENGINES  9 HP Briggs & Stratton motor.   Completely   overhauled.  Al shape, ready to go. Standard  Motors,  Sechelt.    5376-47  NEW  17'  K. & C.  With 115 HP Evinrude, full  house type top. Depth sound-  ei��, extras. Cruises over 30 kn.  A $4000.00 value for only  $2995.00. Trailer optional, $575.  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  539D-47  1 BEDROOM furnished apartment & 1 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Available  November 1st in Sechelt. Ph.  885-2802. 5331-tfn  MIDDLE aged or retired couple only. 1 bedroom, utility  rm.    near    Pender , Harbour.  Days 922-5040, Eves, 922-0874.  ���5377-47  COMFORTABLE 2 bedroom  W,F, cottage, furnished or  kemi furnished, Halfmoon Bay  $75, Electric range & hot water, oil space heater. Older  couple, preferred. Oct, 15 to  utility       .June   15,  Ph,  112-133-3610,  90  HP Johnson   1965  W/  Contr.  33 HP  40 HP  35 HP  Contr   5M. HP Johnson  1964  9.8 HP Merc. L/S No.  2245351          9.5 HP Evinrude demo  Evinrude  1970 ...  Evinrude  1968  Johnson El. W/  $625  $495  $495  $295  $120  $220  $410  05 HP  Contr.  Evinrude  1960 \V/     $0(10  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  5*05-47  IF IT'S .suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  MARCONI    stereo    hi-fi    set  plus records. Colonial style  cabinet  as  new.   Phone   112-  883-2403. 5329-48  OLDER  (firewood)  $10   pickr  up    load,    delivered.    886-  9567. A A    5330-48  399    OLYMPIC   1970   skidpp.  trailer   &   cover.   Ph.   886-  7561. 5379-48  AVON calling ��� Only 2 more  catalogues till Christmas.  Lovely gifts for all the farn-  ily. Phone Linda Ball, 885- "  9625. Territory from Wakefield Rd. to Halfmoon Bay.  5352-49  RETIREMENT package deal  ,���-Or? De luxe 50 x 10 mobile home, wall to wall carpet  throughout, gun furnace, new  drapes, special furniture including stereo combination,  insulated and heated cabana  with storage and workshop,  fully skirted, cable vision,  beautifully treed and lawned  location together with 23 ft.  semi-cruiser, twin 35 hp outboards, full equipment, extra  tankage, sound and seaworthy.  Can be purchased together or  separately. Phone 885-9456 or  885-9367. 5386-47  SALE     OF    PRIVATE    EFFECTS.   L2   F.G.   boat,    3  floatation units, oars, 7.5 "iSv-.  inrude Twin. Odd golf clubs.  Fine electric heater with guaranteed elements. V*** HP West-  inghouse     motor.     Airopack.  Cowhide brief case. Club* bag.  Steel   trunk.   Hand   axe.   DB  axe.   Rake.   Shovel.   Machete.  Small    swede    saw.    Leather  cartridge   belt.   Bed   hunting  cap. Heavy down sleeping bag.  Old steel cots and mattresses.  Coloured   prints,   some   rare.  Picture fromes. 1200 books on  all    subjects,    these    are    no  trash. Rae Fine weave Indian  baskets.   Some  odd  Antiques.  Some    new    miniature    cars,  trucks .etc.,   etc.   Skis,   poles,  boots & jackets and ski racks.  Old   branding   iron,   etc.   etc.  Would   like  to  contact  someone who is not working who  would be interested in assisting me to wreck -a building on  a trade or swap basis. I also  would    like   to   obtain   some  winter vegetables on the same  basis. Phone 886-7731. 5384-47  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope -.  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phono 886-9303, Gibsons,  B.C.  1306-tfn  JTHE Time's Bookstore in Sechelt has the complete series of Sunset building, remodelling & home design series.  $2.50 each. Phone 885-9654. .  5344*48  MOVING   must   sell.   Three  year   old   Inglis .automatic  washer. Phone 885-2346.  5403-47  OLD Rhode Island red laying  hens. 85c each. Ph. 885-9427,  5387-47  AUTOMATIC Ironer, combination Propane, coal and  wood stove. T;V.'s from, -$39.  Chrome .sets. . Chesterfields.  Auto, water pump. Refrigerator, etc: The Rental Shop,  Phone  885-2848  or  885-2151.  5396-47  POOL table, 4' x 8' plus accessories. As new $200. 885-  9534.  &393-47  5372-18  SECHELT 2 bdrm. apartment, furnished, (1 bedroom  unfundshofl), Electric range &  fridge, $150 month, Heat Included.   Ph.   (1115-211(111   or   11(15-  5300-47  MODERN furnished 4 bed-  room waterfront home in  Davis Bay area, available uii-  III Juno 30th, $115 per month.  References must bo provided.  Ph, 8115.21171 aftor 11 p.m.  .5:1(111.48  rINLAY REALTY LTD.  Illld-IKIOO 03(1-1 *l'14  (ilbson.i Co(|Ultlam  5:110-45  Richard F  K  ���Illicit  Notary  I'ii  .III  Cvcnlng*):.  ���lack While  IIIUI-..IKI!.  Ken  Crosby  IIHII-lHIOn  Jay Visser  III15-23IIO  5402-47  WATERFRONT homo.  2  becl-  icioiiin. $25  per  week, llalf-  moiin   Bay,  11115-9534*,*    53114-47  WF.ST    Secholt ��� Waterfront  executive   type   home,   Responsible tidiill-Vonly. $175 per  month.   Ph.   llllft-2253   after   (I  p.m. nana* 47  WANTED TO RENT  URGENTLY needed, to rent  unfurnished 3 bedroom apt,  oi* house- for government employee, only Interested In per-  niiiiiciit residence in downtown area ol Gibsons. Contact  B.C, Ferries IHIII-ICM.. A- leave  message for Mr, .1, Kanipiiiaii,  53112-47  WORK WANTED  DO    YOU    11 quire-    parl-llnio  book-keeping,       statement *i,  balance     (sheets,   Person.!I    Income tax return... Ph. Itllll-lCiat.  4127.tfn  TYPING, pay rolls. ImoUeep.  iii||.   All  office   woik  clone  Htrk'tly      confidential.      Phone  II..5-I.5III, ft.mifn  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  HEY NOW! No, 1775  10'x40' Rollohomc Trailer, furnished; including Rockgar. tanks  and o vorancloh-poreb to boot. No tetrri'., but q low cosh price  of $4500. Must be moved! Coll Bob Kent, 885-9461 evenlm-)*-,  885-2235 clurintj office hours.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT T ~ No, 1774  flost lot In Secholt with on oxcAlloo rood-/ for you lo build.  $1000 clown, cosy term*, on Fuirprice ol $4000 IF YOU BUY  NOW! Coll Dob Kent, 885-9461  ovenlnoi'or office 885-2235,  WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD BUILDING LOTS located In the  Secholt ViHoa". To view those and many others, Coll Pefloy Ayer,  085-2375,  SECHELT   , No.  1807  Zoned Commercial!   Best 50'xl65'  lot   now  nvollablo,  stroteglc  location In lho vlllano on Hlnhwoy  101. Full price only $11,500,  call Bob Kent, 005-9461 evenings or olflco 885-2235,  ROBERTS CREEK ~" No, 1742  Family home, Largo living .room, fireplace, Three bedrooms. Utility  room, View lot, Fronts on pnvi-d rood, $16,900 terms, Call C, R.  Galhercolo, 006-7015,  GRANTHAMS No.  172.6  New two bedroom homo on blflh view lot, WAv carpets, Four  pleco vanity both, Lorne sunclock, Auto, Icirnoco, Immediate* possession, $16,000, Coll C, R. Gathorcolo,  086-7015,  GIBSONS RURAL No.  1725  Practically new, modern three bedroom homo on level lot, Quiet  location���short distance* to schools ond stores. $16,500, terms,  Call C. R. Gatliflrcolo, 006-7015,  ROBERTS CREEK RURAL  ~"~~ No, 1009  3 bedroom house on neatly A acres, close (o golf courso, year  lound stream, no trouble with domestic water. Lots ol room to  keep o horse or other hnrnyard animals lots of frontnor* on o  main secondoty mod, Oust of all a low down payment of $3500  on ci full price) o| $10,500, open to r-.osoi.al.lc, terms on balance,  Call Nob Kent, 005-9461 ���ivonlriflt or officii 005-2235,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ipol  Box  agencies Ltd.  128, Secholt Phone 805-22.35  SAVE A MFI. GIVE YOUR BLOOD ON OCTODER 22  WHITE SPACE ATTRACTS  ATTENTION ��� USE IT  vOR Electrolux supplies phone  885-9474. 4769-tfn  64 LOT ~  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION  The best large view lots in Pender Horbour���overlooking tho  Harbour and Gulf, close to stores and schools���these lots can  be purchased with a very low down payment and payments  as low as $35 per month.  230' Waterfront Motel site in Pender Harbour���$ 18,000.  98' Waterfront lot at Pender, Harbour���$7000.  V< Acre semi-w.aterfront lot at Earl Cove���$3000.  130' Waterfront, Pender Harbour, only $500.00 down payment  required.  6% Acres, Modeiro Pork, 1100' frontage on Highway���$8000.  10 Acres, Earl Cove, open to offer.  1 % Acre view lot, Madeira Park���$4500.  Many other view and semi-waterfront lots from $3000 to $8000.  Terms available on above properties.  Discount for Cash.  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phohe Pender Harbour 883-2233  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LID.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  -Our Representative Mr. Good Call Collect 688-8796 (24 hou^s)  or-Btisiness 736-5933; or ask our* Mobile Office to Coll.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.     ��  TILLICUM BAY/SANDY HOOK  SUBDIVISION  16 Lots, Waterfront & Semi  Drive down Sandy Hook  Roaa"_ on Sechelt  Inlet,, see signs.  CALL COLLECT, Mr, Good. 688-8796 or 736-5937.       . .  COMMERCIAL LOT, SECHELT, $11,500 F.P.  COMMERCIAL  At Sechelt. 471' waterfront, all services available. Suitable for  Motel/Hotel complex. $68,000.  BUSINESSES  Ladies'/Chlldren.s Wear, little or no competition, located right in  the centre of the Peninsula. Exc6llent opportunity. Terms.  Variety Store,5. &.10c located on Peninsula. Prime location 1750  sq. ft. Ideal for man and wife operation. Stock $20,000.'Terms.  Evergreen collecting wholesaler plus small theatre. 100' waterfront  With four bedroom residence. Land alone worth half asking value.  High return for owner-operator, investigate this and phone me,  Mr. Good 688-8796. Terms on $55,000, or your house in part  trade.  PENDER HARBOUR  Located overlooking Garden  Bay West and  Southern exposure  just off ihe highway with eight average size lots, can be subdivided,  $20,000 down or your property in trade.  Ideal retirement. Mr. Good, 688-8796.  lots"  Two wotcrfront on Frances Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  each. Also 50 acres $45,000.  From $3250 Garden Bay Lake, sco signs.  "Waterfront  Retirement or Summer homo on the beach, Selma Park. $12,500  F.P. Terms.  . HOMES  Summer or Perm, residence Halfmoon Bay, Garden Bay, Pcndor  Harbour, spilt level $16,900, Larger modern home $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landing, Howo Sound, about $25,000 will  handle, Will novor bo repeated, As a prestige waterfront residence,  Over 5 bedrooms one! guest accommodation, large grounds.  Commercial Business and Largo Acreages, Phono Mr. Good  688-8796, 24 hours. I' represent your area, Block Bros.  Realty Ltd., tho largest In the West, I am a realtor and a  member of tho Industrial, Commercial and Investment Division  of the Greater Vancouver Real Estato Board.  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST, PHONE ME���WE SELLI  2695 Granville St., Vancouver. Mr. Good 688-8796, 24 hours.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE  r^-,KM'**��v  ( Any baiter ivlio kneads the dough   )  V_���^ ^ is in the   s J  K  )f.��Blt^>#>   ���^���kMAAMM^   -��� ���n.**, aftkaA-A aft*^-**- SUNSHINE COAST  GO$PEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School -��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 o.m.  Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  Ski Watch  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda's, -Sechelt. Family Eucharist 9:30  a.m. (2nd and 4th Sundoy). Holy Eucharist  every Sunday at 8 a.m.; 9:30 a.m. (1st and  3rd). Every Thursday ot 10 a.m. Evensong  at 7:30 p.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday).  St.  Mary's, Garden  Boy. Holy Eucharist���  11:30 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sunday).  Egmont.  Holy  Eucharist���2  p.m.   1st  and  3rd Sunday).  Church of His Presence���Redrooffs.  Evensong���3    p.m.    ever    2nd   Sundoy.    Holy  Eucharist���3  p.m.  every 4th Sunday.  Priest���Rov. D. Popple, Sechelt 885-9793.  ���by Dr. Peter Andrews  SKI shops are stocking up and the ski  movies are stoning. Just a tease, but  it gets tire mind thinking SNOW. Of  course the hardy ones at Baker and  Whistler haven't missed a weekend yet!  Watch for a major recreational program' this winter at your nearest ski  school. Most schools in Western Canada���  i.e. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and  B.C.���will feature Molstar Races this  winter. These recreational standard races  were run on a test scale last winter in  B.C. and proved very popular. Now with  a good sponsor and very keen Alliance  support, we are oil to what should be a  really great program.  WHAT IS MOLSTAR?  This season skiers from different parts  of Western Canada will be able to com-  BAHA'I  "That one indeed is a man  who, today, dedicateth  himself to the service of  the entire human race."  BAHA'U'LLAH  Phone 885-2078 or 885-2885  ^l>nm%<i.wmmu^i^qjm��mM\ti\ttfi\w,ii ���*. minyi^^mny^e^ymf^t^yi ^������www*iiju-*��**m**;i  ** + >i.'?->>\   ^j&S*" ���"���Mi!*,... .A.. -VP ' ���*.' *jj_- ?it*f ,1*3"* '-���Jan,, ' -a   ../���?! ��� -    [u "".v-.  ���*,   *'a   *..  If".'  |m))jjjjj^jj  1  ii  1  it CEAAENT MIXERS        * LIGHT PLANTS  ��� SAWS * SANDERS  T��r WASHERS      ���. JACKS      & PAINT SPRAYS  ��� ETC. ETC.  Davis Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2B4& or 885*2151  J  The: PehlHsuld f irt.es Page A-3  Wednesday, October 21,1970  pete with -one another through standard  races at ski areas in a program called  Molson Standard races. The Standard '  races will be over easy, open giant slalom courses with about 20 gates. Awards  will be given in accordance with the skier's ability to come within a certain percentage of thc Molson Standard. (This  Standard will be set at Sunshine Village  where all participating ski schools will  have representatives at the Pacesetter  race.) For men, the gold Molstar pin signifies 20 percent or less' slower than the  standard time; silver, 20-35 percent and  bronze. 35-55 per cent. For women, a  gold pin will be given for 25 percent or  less; silver, 25-40 percent and bronze, 40-  '65 percent. Primary objective of the program is to build competitive interest among recreational skiers. People like to  race, and we don't know of any skier  who doesn't want to compare his or her  ability with a friend;,. At last there is  now an easy and conclusive way-Molstar.  AT GROUSE  A great new idea comes from a really  turncd-on ski area. Youth passes for  $79.50���-good day and night, 7 days- a  week. The only restriction is that on  weekends and holidays the passholders  must use the lower chair between 7:30  and 11:00 a.m., and they must be off  the mountain by 9:00 p.m. Combined with  its Family Pass deal, this makes Grouse  one of the most progressive and realistic  ski operations that can be found anywhere in terms of encouraging family  and teenage skiing. Too bad more.,.area  operators can't be as far-sighted as the  Grouse people.  SKI-DADDLING  Remember to start keep-fit  exercises  so that you will enjoy the first month of  skiing. Trying to ski yourself into shape  isn't tlie way to start the year . . . tho  CSA. Western Division,  has again been  favorably looked upon by the B.C. Government with a grant of some $21,000-to-  be  used to  promote skiing in B.C.  this  season.   More   than   most   Governments,  Victoria  recognizes  the unique qualities  of skiing in terms of encouraging good  health both physical and mental . . .Did  you know that W..A. C. Bennett was one  of  only  three  provincial  premiers  who  was good enough to lend his name as a  patron to the National Ski Team's fundr  raising drive this year? Tlie others w-^fe  Premier  Bourassa, of Quebec, and/Premier Robarts of Ontario.  ���?     1  v.  xm. AAwf" As i^Mr77 '���cPM?.���< >A  ���*w-0+t*  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Data  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot alwoys carry full details.  Oct.  21���1   p.m.-3 p.m.  Roberts Creek Legion Hall. Parents School  Auxiliary Rummage, Tea & Bake Sale.  Oct. 21���-7:30 p.m. Sechelt & District Retarded Children's Assn. Meeting in- new classroom at Gibsons Elementary School.  Oct. 21���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  Oct. 23���2-4 p.m. St. Aidans, Roberts Creek Holl. Fall Bazaar.  Oct. 23���10:30 o.m.  Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Coffee Party  Oct. 23���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  Oct.  24���7 p.m.  Community  Hall,  Madeira  Park.   Hospital  Auxiliary  Fall  Carnival.  Oct. 24���From 10 a.m. Gibsons.Cubs & Scouts Bottle Drive.  Oct. 30���Sechelt Rod & Gun Ciub. Halloween Dance.  Oct. 31���1:30 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Fall Tea"& Bazaar.  Senior  Citizens' Association Branch 69. -*-  Nov. 2���Legion Branch 140 L.A. Meeting. Notice of Motion on Finance  Matter.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple- Lilting Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR.  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 o.m.  Service 11  a.m. ���*.  Madeira Park���883-2374  BAPTIST CHUkCH SERVICES  MERMAID AND TRAIL, SECHELT  PARK ROAD, GIBSONS  Sunday School Sechelt 10 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Sunday School Gibsons 9:45 a.m.  Church Service Gibsons 7 p.m.  PASTOR, Mr. R. ALLABY  Phono 8B6-2932  All Welcome  *4$0$&&  Fr-a*"*-"^  The United Church of Canada  I SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Boy  Sunday Services - 9;30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sundoy Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  IF  aid ISMLv!  Ul  ,fl\lj?  "*"**"^^*"V f^^\ ^%   P^      BWIfW**"^      ffPt        f"*^*L    ^^ o0^^^^M  wwmmwmmmmmm0W0mwmwm0m00*0*mimwm  WALT f^YGIIEM  SAL.ES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER ill GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 006*9303  "Quality   House   and  Marino j  Point.  PESWSULA  PLUSVlBBnG LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kern Tone  and Shorwln Williams  Gibsons - 806-9333  Morgciii's  en's Wear  G.W.G.  Work  Clothes]  Work Gloves  SECHELT, B.C.  PAINT WINTER AWAY  Part I  The winter months.ore tho best lime of the year to give  a new personality to your home through a program of beauty  and maintenance, All the necessary interior decorating and  repairing can bo done now, leaving you free to tackle the outside during the spring,  Start by inspecting the houso from top lo bottom and  making a list of necessary repairs, At the same time, tako  on objective look at the appearance. List thoso plain-Jane  rooms or the ones that haven't been painted for,years.  Keep your eyes open for crock In Ihe walls, holes In the  plaster, onrl blistering, loose or scaling pain!, All this must  be repaired before repainting because tho now finish will be  no bettor than lho surface underneath.  J Now try some of these hints to give your rooms new  lil<*:  Introduce a new shade to your walls by picking up a hue  from the draporlos or carpel.  Paint one woll a different color, to focus attention, and  then finish with a new picture arrangement,   ,  Use the "total look" by pointing celling and walls the  some color. Remember,'pastels ond light tints make small  rooms seem airy, look bigger. In large rooms, add interest by  combining pastel walls with trim accent!, in a .Mpor hue.  TWIN CPEEH  LUMBER &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monamel 8, |3ree/o  Paints  Sunshino Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phono 006-2000  de  l   i  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture  Store andv Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beoch Ave., Roberts Creole, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and 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 fee cstimote--Caii 8��i.-2728  TWIN fcStEEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD-  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Ca-I-  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine-. Gibsons - 836-9852  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' ana* .Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  "    L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelr,  B.C.  A mother had been lecturing her small  son, stressing that we are in this world  to help others. He considered this, then  asked, "What are the others here for?"  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Grandvlow Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Paclcing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel' Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956. 886-9326  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.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and Service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smilji  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  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  HARBOUR TA)��I LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24  Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd.  Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beninger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  PENINSULA STUCCO 8, DRY-WALL  All Kinds of Concrete Work  Albort Ronnbcrg 886-2996  Welcome to Tho Floorshlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleonlng  REASONABLE RATES  KEN C. STRANGE  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Camper Sites, Tully Modern Cablni,  T-intlnt) Grounds  Launching Romp, Hont Rnntnli, Moorotj-*  Unaowdccl Nuliiml S.-tllni) In tho I foot I of tliQ  Fhhlng Ground**. Follow tho slgni.  883-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C  i���    mi ill i a ������ -��� i.. a . i ,n .m, i ��� , ii . .��� .,      M IM.���.M .,,���,.���..�����..,. ������,., ��� w laiian...,......,,��� ..���a. a~~**.~~~~~~*~s  ANN'S COIFFURES  in thp Bal Block  Next to tho Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Secholt, B.C.  ,ANADIAN    PROPANE  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 & 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 Therrhoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Secholt, B.C.  Phono  885-9767  COAST BACKHOE 8, TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Coment-Gravol, Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Bclildlng  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel  Crushed Rock  Phono: Sechelt 885-9550  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Sprclall/lnn In:  |Vi|>.-r I'lciri.-lna, Interior ft, l.xlc-rlcir il<*n>i.ilinsi,  Run Cleaning. All type*- nf liulldlnn  Miilntonancc. Door Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 005.9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Cox 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.   or 886-2873   Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Lea Towlrm  L. HIGGS   Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader. - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons x  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut oil sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood.   We   deliver   on   tha  Sunshine Coast.  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C,  j      Phone 321.2388   COASTAL TIRES  v - Sunshine Coast Highway  Box \3, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 885-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL -'ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494  C=>RNIE WIDMAN  Efor all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTw.  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 onvwhere in Canado.  General Freight. Low-bed and heavy hauling.  ,     i,    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 - Diesel Rapalrs - Wolding  Evlnrudo Sales - OMC Parts & Servico  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taping and Filling by hand and machino  ���Spray Tex Sparklo Ceilings���  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshino Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraylntj for  Londscoplnrj and Trees,  Phono 886-2684  "A DROP OF BLOOD SAVES A LIFE"  Support tho Blood Ponor Clinic  xwemm  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATFS  Phono 885-2304 or 886-2945  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  ID  D)  Mm in Ilia, ralf  y.  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  *   AT 0 p.m.  Jackpot $200- 50 calls  .$125 - 58 calls  (up ono every week)  $10 DOOR PRIZE  $75 to <jo  I  ���** ��w 7%i:  -ir.-aii--.rfj- i-r **r^^.+^*J*****>.*.***>*��*i>r+**��m",*i i"********"*-"-���������**���* �������"�������� **.Vn,**C*-**��� 0*^*��*-WV~*+m** '-��� *--���*���/�����-/*������ "tat ���*������* *-.*�� *V**��� ^������**^* ** -��� ���" **���*# �����*�� ��f */W**#VV%A'f-K*< Pagg ^-4 The Peninsula Times ." Wednesday, ���October'21, 1970  1  SPREAD  SECRET  Juvenile Soccer  weekend results  WITH sixteen teams playing in four different, divisions, this season, Sunshine  Coast Juvenile Soccer will have some interesting games for soccer fans.  l~*"~ The- season  commenced  officially  on  Sunday and the schedule lists six teams  in  Division  7:   Chessmen,   Residentninal  Warriors, Shop Easy, Local 297, Ken Mac  Bombers and Tee Men. Divisidn 6: Cougars, Roberts  Creek and Madeira  Division   5:   Tiger    Cats,   Super  Braves and Timbermen. Division  sons Legion, Totems, Sechelt Legion  Games scheduled for Sunday,  25 arc as follows.  Divn. 7. Game time 1 p.m. Tec  V Chessmen  at  Hackett  Parke  Local 297 V Kenn Mac Bombers  sons. Game time 2 p.m. Residential  riors V Shop Easy at Hackett Park.  Divn. 6.  Game time 2  p.m.  Cougars  V Madeira Park at Gibsons.  Divn., 5. Game time 3 p.m. Super Valu  V Timbermen at Gibsons. Braves V Tiger  Cats at Hackett Park.  Divn. 3. Game time 12.30 p.m. Gibsons  Iaceion V. SccUeU. Legion at- Gibsons.  RESULTS  Games played on Sunday, October 13th.  Divn. 7.'Chessmen 0, Res. Warriors 0.  Shop Easy 0. Local 297 3. Ken Mac Bombers 0, Tec Men 12.  Divn. 6. Roberts Creek Thunderbirds  5, Madeira Park 1.  Divn. 5. Timbermen 6, Tiger Cats 0.  Super Valu 4, Braves 1.  Thunderbirds  Roberts Creek Thunderbirds started er, Billy   Connor, Raymond   Dube,    Guelph, Mark Roland, Kenny Miles,  6ff the season well in Division 6. by Mark Fromager, Ricky   Dean   and   Leslie Setchfield and captain David  scoring, a 5-1 win over "Madeira Park. Dean Boyling. Back row: Tony Wil-   Miles. Coach is Mr. John Connor.  Pictured from left front: Robert Bulg- Hams,   Ambrose   George,   Gary-���-'  Will the biplane (a) get  the mail through in time?  Will.the express train <b) stop before  it reaches the missing track? (inches ahead  of its wheels!) Will the Indians (C)  attack the stage coach? (d) Or the speeding  Hupntobile? (��) And those monks (t) -  what are they stirring up?  The Old Style label raises many exciting  questions. But there's never any question  about Old Style beer. It's still made by men  who take the time to' brew and agejyhis  beer in the traditional way. WeWnottabout to  change either: the label or the beetcJ  OLD STYLE BEER...SLOW BREWED AND NATURALLY AGED  Tha IdwHtmi*! �� ml cutlnhcd of cMt'Mi l>�� |Hf I.-.om Cerl.cl t"��*<J e. t. lit Gr.t-r.ranl cl Buti:!i CVa.ir.Sia*.  USE Ai  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces   are   real  bargains for you.  Sold  on  contract!  only.   For details;  on how to stretch!  your    advertising j  dollar, phonej  885-9654, ask for  special ad  rates.  Use 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  MHMMmWSMHHaMMIMBmfinatUM^  Division 6 7 -  Madeira Park flayers have./joined . for their first" game. Still awaiting    and Andy Peters. Games will be held  Division 6 soccer this year and tra-    their soccer strip but hot on the ball   at Pender Harbour this season,  bivri. 3" Totems~o, Secholt Legion o     veiled to Roberts Creek on Sunday    are Bobby Kubus, Russell Cameron  Sechelt Bowling  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH score this past week was made by  Pcllc Poulson playing for the Bull and  Chain team at thc Sechelt lanes with 781.  Other scores include; October 12:  Mixed 10-pins: Mens' Hi 2, Frank .lor-  Kc.11.sen 314; Men's Hi Sing, Leo Johnson  117: Womcns' Hi 2, Dorothy Rodway 2IHI:  Women's Hi Sing Dorothy  Rodway  lfil:  October   13:   Tuesday   L.-idio.s,   Hnrcn  ���Ifti.scn (ia'.O: October 11, Wednesday Mtit-  hi!M>;    Mil be 1    McDermid    2f>!).    Bubble's  Creighton  592.  Commercials October 1.1: Andy Leslie  72!), Ena Armstrong ((ID. Orv Moscrip  (102, Eve Moscrip (119. LU n��tlor (illti (21)0):  Mrtll & Chnin October" 1(1: George  Derby 074. Phyliss I landlord 269 (G13).  Tony Tike (S2��. Wnlter Kochuch 27f> (0118).  Lynn Simpson 2.1.1. Pello Poulson'2.11, 312  (7111), Roger HockneH 033. Tony Hitting  2111 IfilTi). Curl Kochulc (14ft,  "&  COMING SOON IN THE NE  "[  ���frfc  /  r'LMi'"j��*>J  IP  "i II  ZJke Stereo / ^r4i ^sri ^3ecti  Bi;;iMiin!;:;;uri;i.'L,:i!!jiiC!;;!;a!ii:i!i]iaa  lO��%   liaarjiiBiicin-iiiiiFiiiiiiiiiixniiiiiiiiiiiiia  Seehell  Jewellers  ft    ft    ft  Jowellry  Watch &  Repairs  ft   ft   ft  Phone  885-2421  ir With the latest in Component and unit Stereos ...  ttV Headphones, Speakers, ahd a complete range of Accessories  for  tho  Storoo  listener ...  -k Also available will be a completely new line of pre-recordod 8-track and Cassotte  Tapes, and a new selection of Records.  ft8  *^*  0^��  ���e  ,*W  cp  *H?  o^  f*c  s��  <S{  * MMXAlUm. TELEVISIONS IU BLACK AND WHITE AND COLOBS ft  "jaV  COWRIE ST., SECHELT PHONE 805-2171  Savo A Life. Give Your Blood On October 22. 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A   J*  4   ..* .* J^ Jka*^. J*0Li*,JLAJk-A.Jk.4 t*'^'>''*at**a'Har��<iN*iN^ Jj*-S. ���  Around Gibsons  ���  ���  ���-by Marion Charman  THg "WELL attended Harvest Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner at St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall was an outstanding  success. A happy atmosphere pervaded  as men busily helped in the kitchen and  charming girls waited on the tables. Joining the local folk'for a very delicious  meal were friends from Roberts Creek,  Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay.  The floral decorations were especially  lovely.  ., With Mrs. Kay Wood as general convenor, the splendid co-operation of the  Anglican Church Women was evident.  They wish to thank everyone who helped  and those who attended.  CHRISTENING  At the Catholic Church on Sunday,  Denise Quarry and Richard Flumerfelt  wore godparents for the 2 month old  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mulligan, who was christened Colleen Denise.  HERE AND THERE  Mr. and Mrs. "Peter Madison were  hosts at their home on Sunday^evening  when a group of young people enjoyed  instrumental music ahd singing during  a time of Christian fellowship.  Mrs. B. J. Wisken was a visitor to  the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Zahr'in  Powell River for 5 days. She was' present  for the birthday of Yvonne Zahr.  Doug Andrews of Coquitlam, former  Gibsons resident, visited friends here for  a few days.  Guest of Mrs. Effie Lawrence was her  sister-in-law Mr.s. Twiggcr from Vancouver,' who returned to the city on  Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Littlejohn and  their three children have returned after  spending a month overseas. They travelled by 707 jet lo London, England. It  had been 16 years since Marjorie Littlejohn had seen her relatives there, so a  very happy family reunion took place.  Mr. Littlejohn visited friends in Scotland. All had a marvellous holiday and  enjoyed seeing many places of interest.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hewitt entertained the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Ted Hewitt from Saskatchewan, who  were on their first visit to the Sunshine  Coast. They left on Tuesday, last week to  return to the prairies after a very enjoyable 2 week holiday here.  Recent guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Jim  Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. Barry Stewart  and daughter from Vancouver.  Dennis Carroll, Garry Berdahl and Al  Jackson had a successful and ennjoyable  week of hunting when they visited the  Chilcotin district. They did some fishing  and got a good lot of ducks and geese.  Randy Clarke, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Walter Clarke of Regina, was accompanied  by two of his chums when he visited  his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alf  Clarke and relatives in this area.  Twelve people from Gibsons attended  " a rally at the Pentecostal Church in  Powell River on Monday, October 12th  at which a' group from Campbell River  was also present. There was a special  speaker and* beautiful musical and vocal  numbers were greatly appreciated. A  thanksgiving turkey luncheon was enjoyed  by all.  ���Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nickerson and  family moved to Powell River on Saturday, where Mr. Nickerson will be working.  Mrs. Alice Hardman was a recent  visitor with Rev. and Mrs. David Donaldson in Vancouver. Rev. Dqnaldson, who  is now retired, was minister at the United  Church in Gib.sons from 1958 to 1959. The  Donaldsons enjoyed a trip to Alaska this  past summer.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson of New  Westminster were guests of Mr.s. Alice  Hardman before going on to their cottage  at Squamish.  Wayne Larson, Harold Allen and  Mickey Jay, while hunting GO miles from  Quesnel in the Blackwatcr district were  happy with their bag of two moose.  Mr. Len Coates, a well known former  resident of Reid Road, now of Port Co-  _   quit him, underwent open-hart surgery at  Heather    Pavillion,  Vancouver    General  Hospital,  last Wednesday.  Gibsons Cubs and Scouts will be conducting a Dottle Drive in the Gib.sons  area on Saturday, October 24, commencing nt  10 a.m.  Classic film legend  for Gibsons theatre  SUSANNAH   York,   who   says   thai   the  wrongest thing one can do Is shut oneself off to new things, is stalling in  "Hrolhorly l-ove" showing Wednesday  night al llu* Twilight Theatre in Gibsons,  and Is, cif courso, restricted.  Starting Thursday, Wall Disney's  "Sleeping Beauty," the ultimate; in tlie-  fine art of the animated cartoon. This  e'Visnlc* legend features the music of  Tchaikovsky and U filmed in color ami  wide screen; unci should prove a real  lival for lhe- youngstois in tin. family.  Kolltiwlng this on Sunday, another  lenlilclcil movie, "Up In the (>||ar," the  untuning follow-iip to "Three in the* Alllc*",  slurring Wen Stern, .lonn Collins und  Lurry ilagman In th��V hilarious i.lorv of  n young poet thrown otil of college- by  a computer; Stern Is required to attempt  to hill himself by jumping from Ihe* radio  station of KCHIt, Leaping from the "K",  Slcrn gelit hung up on the "C". only to  be rescued by college president ll-.flmim,  whoso computer threw Stern out of the  univcisily  in  llu* Ural  place.  The unusual story Iwlsl is Dial Stern  taken off on a career til' revenge iigiiiiist  llaagmiiu lor '.polling hit* miIc'IiIc,  Yae SECHELT 5g6AMNifALChamber of Commerce  GRAND BANQUET      was held last Saturday evening -  " THE EVENT began  under1 the  presidency  -Or"***   ����� - ���'    * �� -  quifetiy; guests were  ,shy and sedate';;.....  ItidusttistL First Aid Classes  REGISTER QE-i PJ20NE3>AY, OCTOBER 26 af 8 a.m.  AT POUT MELLON , OLD SCHOOL HOUSE  Classes Mondays and Thursdays, 3 fo 10 a.m.  MIMtBtJ^  NEED A CARPENTER!  CALL COH 885-2135  For oil your Renovation*},  Repairs and Cabinet Work  at reasonable rotes.  md. as expected a  good <\  time  was  had  by all  fO  CiS-  and inat cxMleraihg musical  group - the Travelling People f/  took over-KAY PARKER Gave a  tickling  comedy  performance,  setting the  pace -Tor the  dancing JiVuV and"  a-whoopin'up  which followed  -. not the least  conspieious   was  ^the disUnquisbejd  ^ quest... MAGISTRATE  J Carles Mittelsteadt  SSSi-MMSWW&W*  CHILDREN BETWEEN AGES 3V2 TO 4  FOR ENROLLMENT IN THE  "JACK AND JILL" NURSERY SCHOOL,  GIBSONS.  1  i  Hurry - HurryS  ��ra*��M**����K^  !  - I  Section B  Wednesday October 21, 1970  Pages 1-6  October meeting . . .  Branch. 69 Senior Citizens  eiijoys growing membership  OCTOBER 15 meeting of thc Senior Citizens Association, Branch 69, held in  thc Sechelt Legion Hall, was well attended with 75 persons present. Two new  members, Mrs. May Barker and Mrs. G.  Mould were welcomed by the president,  Mrs. Madge Hansen.  A minutes silence was observed in  memory of the late Mr. Harry Winn, who  had been a faithful member for years.  Highlight of the meeting was a talk  by Mr. Frank Way, President of the Federated Legislative Council, commonly  known as thc F.L.C. It is not generally  known that thc F.L.C. was first formed  by retired pensioners of the C.N.R.: the  C.P.R.; and thc B.C. Electric Co. These  pensioners realized that each small group  was practically helpless by itself, and so  they formed a council, and then sought  to enlarge it by adding other retired  groups, one by one. At present, there are  Hi retired groups represented in thc  F.L.C. Some of these organizations, besides the original three, are ihq B.C. Retired Teachers, Old Age Pensioners, the  Senior Citizens Assoc, The Vancouver  Retired Firemen, The B.C. Govt. Retired  Employeecs, Ihe B.C. Hydro, and several  oil.ers.  Since "In Unity there is strength it is  not surprising to learn that the F.L.C",  representing 50,000 people, i.s the ONLY  voice of retired persons ,lhat is recognized  by the Federal, Provincial and Municipal  Governments.  Thc Resolutions adopted by each of  these organizations at their conventions,  are sent to the F.L.C, where they are  processed and theh presented to the different levels of Government.  Mr. Way spoke on many other topics,  stressing hearing aids. He said a hearing  air clinic could bc set up right here in  Sechelt, if enough people are interested,  thus saving time and expense in travelling to Vancouver.  Another vital subject was "Para-medics". This term refers to Chiropractors,  Podiatrists, Optometrists, Naturopaths,  Physiotherapists, and Osteopaths. Last  July, the B.C. Govt, cut these services liy  50 per cent although, according to their  own figures, there is a reserve of over  $30 million dollars on hand. All persons  should protect these inhuman cuts by  writing 'immediately to their Provincial  and Federal Members of Parliament,  i Also, Mr. Way touched on the $3 per  capita giant, given to the Municipalities  by the Provincial government, to be applied first to Free Ambulance Services  in your immediate urea. If you me not  sure just what your municipality has  done about that, whv not Inquire'.'  The CMC has Interviewed Mr. Way,  Mr. Yfltes of the O.A.P. and Mrs. Smith  of the S, C,  A,  to find out  If an after  noon program of music and talk designed  particularly for elderly people, would be  of wide-spread interest. As a result, listen in to your Radio CBC station on Nov.  7. around 3 o'clock for the first of these  programs.  Mr. Way will be going to Victoria on  Nov. 4. to present Briefs to the Provincial  Govt, on our behalf. We wish him the  greatest success, and we thank him for  his continued interest in our welfare. A  hearty vote of thanks was given him at  the conclusion of his informative talk.  Thc meeting continued with an announcement regarding the Tea, ...Bazaar  "and "Bake Sale to be held in the Sechelt  Legion Hall at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday,  October 31st. Everyone is welcome. Tickets being sold for thc Raffle on October  31 with thc 1st prize being an oil painting of The Bluenose by the late Alex  Znotin of Gibsons. The 2nd prize is a  beautiful satin cushion made and donated by Mrs. Margaret Gibsons. Tho 3rd  prize is a magnificent wall panel in  needlepoint, worked and donated by Mrs.  Madge Hansen.  /a-":;.-.*  TWILIGHT THEATRE - Gi  ft  "\r i  V  N*��*'  THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 23, 24  NOTEi   For   Thl��   Show   Only,   Continuous   Performance;   Two   Complcto  Showing,-  Storting at 7i'30 p.m. and 9,25 p.m. ond Ending at 9:20 p.m. and 10:40 p.m.  Saturday Matinca at 2 p.m.  U LA) CU L AJL.JJ LAJ U_ J LAID  rr.'rt'-T.rr-r.a.^r.TF-r."���! a en  'i \V!w*"  I. UJ j [JK*' 1M i  A uirraG Ly .*.  \. h ���.. ?(".id'vH U:. &r:. \  n  UP IN THE  CELLAR  IN COLOR  smwiriu*  \\'f*\ *itri|i fin* I  .li>.Ill (...illlh.  RESTRICTID  SUNDAY, MONDAY,  TUESDAY,  OCT. 25, 26 nnd 27  "7C>  %.  ;..il^:'��Vi;..a*.*��-;'  y^gwyi'iay*****;  im8Ji%BtB&SM^  N*m*S>��S*��5^^  TimoK from $7.95 up less 10';.. trade.  Timcx Self Wind from $15.95 up loss 10��-..  Times Electric, accurate, convenient, reliable,  less Bcnsltivo to shock, from $29.95 up loss  10%  Timcx Ladies' from $12.95 up less 10V..  -**.y.i*^^  Wcstclox Silvorboll $3.95 loss trado $3.55.  Wcstclox Day Dato $9.90 less trado $0.99.  Wcstclox Musical Drowse $11.95 less trado  $1075.  Wcstclox Big Den $11.95 less trado $10.75.  .|*'f^��-i��^  vs  3ESS  "  Try Electric Alarms, no winding, accurate, won't run clown, convenient, reliable,  quiet operation.  The BEST for LESS at . . .  sJ^ u\&Js V��s?J <is3^  Sunnycrest Ptazu  Phone 885-7213  ���J***** .j-J-    j}f   ���V'Ktrf^  tV'<iWi w-'-*!.*'-'-'*       ��*  -liww-j        '*-   !���-  **.-���',     -����������� f i-W ��\fr'    *$.W   Vet. Si  Ft******- * 4-** *-iXif ����� * �� ��ii�� ���("*��(, J  )<&haJk0*^W$wmi*M&  SSSA  ���Km  m  Sri/i  m  W  Msisf.  M'ft  mi  m  8"S'  ����p  ml  im  !-J'.K  rf33  m  'JjliLsail  J",  i'L*^  m  WW  ���**\mM  pA'm  ���bvsCf  tMt  [74  '���$W  \  -      ** I . .'       a.'       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Mr. and Mrs. Keith Comyn look a  well-earned holiday over the Thanksgiv  fJliologvapliisr  she had spent the whole of her  life  in    ing   weekend   and   visited   their   son  at  c  m, JT  '1     *   jr >. a\ fc   .���.   ,��� a*   TA' /   I < X.       ^"aa-^v,  --    '������?:^^.^*./f-'i\?   ���*    If  tES^3  7^ji  0*<7  *-**KaJ  -*      <.%J-  7      a.    A* e. _f  " '   \      V  % A  A-AiW^I^  VI.  H&Sr***-  ���l****"  %  '--    '     ��� F     "'V-li ^      . '     tar, -     **  ���    _ ,r'-**'-***<->'-***---**a����^  I  \  ZlSti  British Columbia. She and her husband,  James Alfred Anderson lived in Boston  Bar for over 40 years and moved to Halfmoon Bay on September 12, 1969. In  her short period of residence here, her  Jiking for people and her sense of humour had won her many friends and the  affection and respect of all her neighbours. She was a keen gardener, \ always  3\���0*0    happiest  working  in her garden  among  A \-      ���    her flowers.  FIREWORK DISPLAY  On Hallowe'en Night, there will bc a  bonfire and fireworks display at the  Trousdell property at 7:30 p.m. sponsoied  by the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission. Children should take note that  they will not be allowed to bring their  own fireworks.  Kamloops and friends at Pemberton, Mer-  rit and Salmon Arm. The weather was  warm and they enjoyed the glorious fall  colours.  Spending a week's vacation with  Mrs. Ruby Waine have been her sisters  Micky, with husband George Hills and  Mary, wilh husband Albert Lucas, all of  Nanaimo.  Mr. and Mrs   Ed Cook  and  Mrs. K.  Bloke C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  * .*   *     V .    ������    c  A   '.   -fA*'^ ���  -���%"     j -*   / r- -fr-   ** r    ~   .-   -   -  t *              ���    _        V            i" -  ''"-;;  ;*���'.* ;  Is,*" -v  Cjc-   - ���  (4' k    ���  Ay < ��� . -���-���  "         '                'K        4.  *"             ^    �������� rt l^��� ,  *            '        ,    V'        '"j          ���**&**,  ���; ���   * iA         \  -{   , -v  -   fi, *   <     - -s\  * >;          !  ���     Jf> * It J.  >   ? <   ���. 4V  a**"^,                       **  <li'  A-         1  ���    ,    7x   "\     Vl.^.-Jqf--  -    ,       a.            af J-.      a..aT-  ���.'���-.n<-\ *>**��.  1              *                      ���.*"���         ���*i    lit   -  ������ ���     .-   .   i-*. *-<���?���*.  ,V"V*V*" i      "      i  '      'a-   .**         >  ���    *V.    u  *     '        ,    7           V -  , '   '  /    i-    j  /                      s         -i    1                        t  F           -                            -^                            a  *                 'a     '       -                  '     "                /  /     ' >>i  '-    '.          -                     -"                                       jf*  '     '       'a              -       >                            '    C  /     *<.  M          f-       *             "      ,..Sha  /                      F                  .         .       \       '.  &SZ2&  836-737*4  ��rf***aaall^lMir*Tl�� I  -��a* "1  Concentration  Given   the opportunity, children  of    Mrs. Redshaw   supervises distribu- been busy using their own ingenuity  four yeai-js can accomplish a variety    tion of paint for Wendi Rottluff, Debbi to design whatever their imagination  of tasks when sufficiently interested.    Harrison a*nd Steven Larson who have dictates.  ***a��wi <m*mBt**F*i0i^!gy*  FILM PROGRAM  The film programme at the Welcome  Beach Hall for the winter season will  have as its theme "The Lands of our  Forefathers" and will cover various countries of Europe. Starting on Thursday.  October 29, the first programme will be  by courtesy of British Travel Association and will cover the British Isles, in-  1 eluding studies of Ireland, Scotland and |  I Wales. Time is 7:30 p.m. and admission s  35 cents.  On Saturday, October 31. there will  be a masquerade paity at the Wolcome  Beach Hall. Admission i*-. 50 cents including lefreshments and everybody is welcome.  vF*mjm*MjrjrMrjrMX^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  VS LIST  VOTI  a           1                          FA.  Autv*. a. "*  '  ^    e >  **.     F.  I  Demonstration  Children love   to experiment   with    boats which   children make   them- Well, Steven Larson and Ddbbie Sue  water and the big bowl at the Jack    selves. Sometimes the plastic squee- Ramsey are looking the picture of  and Jill Nursery School provides an    gees get pointed in the wrong direc- innocence and Wayne Simm shows  opportunity to float the little wooden   tion, and who was squirting water? that he is being a good boy.  LiMiwjMgM^i^Mwaiwii11! i.a1'i"��**r*~twr ���**>#**��� r*-*^v'W,t*,W'&i*,*r,!MU*''>l>*0't ��"*��"y��''-ji'r ���"���**��� m yj-i- **,'*i'T^''Win,vx&tyftw'r*"*<'r*'*^-T&*'**rt #���*-> ��� -> fh-i ������*-^-��**^^--.���*��-t----* �����- ���y**;7*''"''*yi****''!'r �����-��� *���"*. ������  ***** ���${.*��� ?���)***"  n   K^Xi)^\^iii^4\777:y^^ji^ ' a|  HsiHjgtM****  f.4l;77^''t'<^[7iy^-^7c^7p-.7^\ii *"r:hi , . A'  (" ?n  "*>*iS����*"W  0#  *���"*  ~a_a.  j.i  I  lV'<\ 7 �����>'''     il   '    7 *  l  I *'   Wlfc        ' "*. Ik ^7 't.if'!'''���'.'' "*"' ''���A "  J   fc, 'I^VHlT. i    I        R-'    m'      "I   I   "   t    >l      I'* *.   a  '��  Sv'"rf^   PA,   ih,*\ '?,fe'-<;  /' ���*.  J \  ASSOCIATION MEET  Halfmoon Bay  Improvement  Association had a busy meeting on October 12.  with many matters being brought under    |  consideration.  The Government had advised it was  not prepared to consider extending the  floats at the Halfmoon Bay wharf since  there were wharfing facilities at Redrooffs and Secret Cove. Regarding Fraser  Rock, between Halfmoon Bay and Thor-  manby Island on which many boats have  become stranded, the Government advised that the marker was continuously being dragged off the rock by booms and  they considered a "marked" reef without  its marker was a greater hazard than an  unmarked  reef  The Association was also pressing the  Department of Recreation for more picnic sites in the ^area, but so far without  success. Pollution and environmental  matters were discussed including the  Skagit Val'.ey. Some residents had expressed enthusiasm for the extension of  the Cablevision service to Halfmoon Bay  and a petition is 'o be circulated during  the next few days to ascertain how many  residents would be interested in cablevision service.  HERE AND THERE  After a season's fishing in the Prince  Rupert area, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson  have arrived in the Bay with their fish-  boat El Toro and plan to spend the winter  at the Morrice Han ley home.  The El Toro is a Newfoundland fishing schooner which was brought to the  west coast partly under sail by way of  the Horn. Tho Wilsons are former neighbours of the Hnnleys at Cloverdale.  Mr.s, Blanche McCrady accompanied  her friends, Mr, and Mrs. Basil dunning  of Vancouver on thc circle tour���Powell  River, Comox and Victoria. Enjoying the  glorious Indian summer weather, they  ' visited friends at Courlency and stopped  for a visit with Mrs, McCrady's brother,  Ernest   H.   Mncoy   nl   Fanny   Bay.   They  COURT OF REVISION  10 a.m., November 2,  1970  *-  Public Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will  be held on Monday, November 2, 1970, at 10 a m., in the Municipal  Hall, South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B C , for the purpose of hearing  any complaints respecting the list of voters for this Village Municipality which closed at 5 p.m., September 30, 1970, and to correct,  revise or alter the list.  The list, so corrected and certified by the Court, will be used  for the annual elections in December, 1970, and subsequent elections  or submissions, until a new annual list is prepared and certified in  accordance with the Municipal Act.  October 6,  1970  David Johnston,  Municipal Clerk  i  I  s  1  I  ^^^2225222'^^^^  B. F. ��@@IM!OT  v.  We have a large stock of winter tires. Plan ahead  and get yours now while the selection lasts.  BELTED WIDE OVALS  $33,74 $36.74  BELTER "78" SERIES .  $30.98 $35.98  4 PLY "78" SERIES _ _ _ $19.98 $30.98  RETREADS; "78" & "70" SERIES $13.25 $20.60  TIRES AT VANCOUVER PRICES  COMPARE AMD SEE  Phone 886-2700 S-Bends. Gibsons, B.C.  i  I    ���VJ--K   �����<**     *-W-V|1  Tired Tots  After lunch break at .lack and Jill    blankets,, laid out for a nap if they bis attire as pages are turned. More  .School, music    puts youngsters    in    wish, they help Mr.s. Gail Ohler tell children are needed if the school is  mood for relaxation; seated on their    lho story of the pirate who changes to remain operational.  .|^iy>...|glliy.��r.l����.?|i.;i|;}   ilttni^a.l|iil^l��^Htfi&t��  mAmaimytiSn  ��1wiiliiit.tiiiii.iliii^i|r?fai4��^ ml-Ub* a-iw* ftU ��mA,mk ftwi��&&* totum* *m^m^ info -fa,* **����  yW^i.^^^iJ^i*'.i-.*i***nwt**'ai!j^  **^*-W����f^^  Ua"M  ffliffi  ,.**��*V��h��a_  aA.-*l}7'7,l7\  ���Ft*      ��y / ��� *y \  ���" '     ''���*,'-v\  M  ^t**#ffir-  i '..ji  ASA *^ /  -* s'  OUR COMPUTE STOCK (S ON SALE  OUico Equipment is includod . . .  MIL PMCES MAVIS  BEEM CP? ���� COS!!_  SALE ENDS OCTOBER 24th  a. a.,------ __���-�������� ^.���-������������M��iM ����������������������������>��� ���--r|Onnnnjr)J1|J..|J11Ju.UU0  Gibsona ��� Phono 086-2337  ft  SAVING MONEY IS SIMPLE. Tho  difficult part is flottinrj atortod on n  cnvlnga plan thnt auitr, your spocinl  nood... So, you'll bo hnppy to honr  thnV tho Royal Dnnk has many dif-  foront wnya to.sovo. And ono Is  nlrnoct cortnln to not you "-tnrU-d,  Tnko tho f iri-t stop townrd nuocor.s-  ful snvinn. Si��P in somotlmu soon  nnd find out how wo cnn givo your  saving., prorjrnmmo n yonilo shovo  In tho right direction.  HOn  ��  'SE OF "v-1*^,  yfi  Cowrie St��� Sechelt  &��'  Phono 88S-2813  O  We Bike to look after you  attHie  YOUR LOCAL BRANCH IS LOCATED  ON THE SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS  Phono 006-2337  EXTRA CASH  FOR THAT STUFF  YOU NO LONGER  NEED  IS AS CLOSE  AS YOUR  PHONE.  CALL 885^9654  CLASSIFIED  FOR  AD-BRIEFS.  * Mr. Advertiser: Thcso  advertising spneca ore  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 8B5-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  Tm^^jHn  a.l_.llal llail   lT   JI J*   IfjH '<��*     Tall l**ll|lrt _|*ll ��***��� a-a*>aj-��*iaaa*W|ata>��**l*lll*��� a*T^I l^lllWaaa.*^^  �����*������* ^1^1   ^ ������ laa)a**^D��>>MM>a)*��lai<*|>a>*ll-la|*'**i ��W at��  i un,ci ^is**.*****^^.***** 0*m*0* *-^.��-***t'  H.jim_#*1.ll ��� .ital a��l ,at��>ajfc��a��a1l�� f\, ,a4    I*, jfr | *>��� |l*t. laWal.^*. ajfc �����,, a��n^i ��� B�� I. Ifll. *>i --* V.  ^4  W**<iW**-Wsrt��V$^^  Imagination _ J"  Three year old Susie Anderson whips    riot during morning session at tlie  up a storm of colour on her drawing    Jack and Jill Nursery School,  board as she lets her imagination, run   ,  Co-ordination  It looks a little like a nail (hiving wood, nails, plastic rings and plastic  contest, but   Wendi,, ftottluEf ,.#nd .letters. The two hours spent at the  Sharon Latham have their own ideas nursery school are busy ones leaving  occupying their thoughts as they youngsters contented for the rest of  make colorful objects with pieces of tlie day.   ; _^  .",  �������w����7  a"**^",      ��� ���,��, '  ./ ���*>-  j  \  V4  $*  fr  <4     -V  a--*,  V        ��.      ,>ta*t      t     ''--I     *   Flf'tft    ,   ,  ��� I l��,j.     ',,3 14)   31  \    i *l\ "\ A A ? ii>7*ii A< *A, At /> ^  '.-;..,-''i>"^,*le^;:.:  'St,**  **.|       *y    ��     ���'  ���1*   r  *���**. ,,,.'**    t  *��� a        Ml IK* -a" t      * *  .<>�����/ ,>^**��n-a��  ^A  i *t\i#Mi  *������  Alf'i  '^aV,  a,  -ivti*V�� a.  1!  I    i  V >.'  *  ,.iT"h *  i ���r��� .,vt>,?..  Discussion  Ready for lunch after an hour filled    discuss tlie merits of their respective  with activity. John Older and David    lunches.  Parry enjoy companionship as they  Wednesday,, October 21, 1970      iThe Peninsula Times Page B-3  Third even* . . .  m\kf7Md^Md}:&7M  Annual Spear Fishing rn.ee  held at living's Landing  IIIVING'S Landing wharf was a scene of  intense activity on October 11 when  skin diveis from Canadian and U.S. clubs  hict to compete in the 3rd Annual Spear  Fishing meeting-organi?.ed-by- the-Assoc--  iation of B.C. Diving Clubs. The event  was hosted by ihe Vanquatic Club of  Vancouver and other clubs competing  were the Wetbacks of Richmond, the Oregon Sea Lions, the Portland Scuba Club,  the Pescadores* of Vancouver and the Sea  Hellions-Diving- Club of New Westminster.  - "Weighmastor was the genial Jack  Turford and Safety Officer was Syd  Craig, both of the Sea .Hellions. It was  the safety officer's responsibility to see  that all divers carried flags on the paddle  boards for easy recognition, that their  equipment was in good order and that  all divers were accounted for at the end  of thc dive.  Winning teams were;  Womens'���4lrs. Linda Kless and Mrs.  Sherry Smothers of the Portland Scuba  Club, with ���*"���(>'.(> points.  Largest Cabezon���A. I. Smothers of the  Portland Scuba Club.  1st Place Division B. (Novices)���  Dave Jones, Tom Bailey and Ken Hem-  mings of the Vanquatics with 01.8 points.  2nd Place Division B. (Novices)���  Dave Bradley, Bon Cant and Grant Weston of the Pescaderos with 50.8 points.  1st Place Division 4. Jack Temple.  Mason Dixon Jr. Wayne Mossman of the  Vanquatics with 145.2 pounds a fish.  2nd Place Division A.���Don Kramer,  Gordie Cox, Jerry Penner of the Vanquatics with 108.2 pounds of fish.  Largest Ling Cod.���Mason Dixon Jr.  , of the Vanquatics (30.5 pounds). /-  The diving clubs have many interests  apart from speaiing fish. They operate  as brotheihoods or fraternities and have  -done work-for Tetarded-children~orgarriz- -  ing picnics and making collection of shells  to present to the children. They do ex-  ' cellent work in securing specimens for  aquaiiums. In fact, their next project is  to collect livfc specimens, for the Vancouver Aquarium in Howe Sound on Sunday, October 25, when they-will be accompanied by members of the Aquarium  staff who will have tanks ready'to re-  1 ceivc the specimens collected. Registration is at 10 a.m. at Porteau, with the  dive-in scheduled for 11 a.m.  There is considerable interest and experimentation in the clubs in underwater  photography and s'-de shows have been  organized which have helped to promote  B.C  The clubs are interested in pollution  and conservation. They have helped clean  up many underwater dumps by salvaging  saleable articles.  Excellvnt physical condition is essential  for the young men and women of these  clubs   and   they   live   abstemiously   and  j take regular exercise. The Vanquatics, for  'example, spend two evenings a week  keeping fit with underwater hockey and  water polo. The divers explained to a  Times correspondent the difference between scuba diving and skin diving, a  difference which is apparently not widely  understood. SCUBA is an abbreviation  for "self-contained underwater breathing  apparatus"," so the diver with the tank  is a scuba diver and can stay under water  . - for as long as an hour. The skin diver,  on the other hand, has to come up frequently  for air.  ft  tlf;  ��� #i  LASSO CLEARING - ROADS - BULUI02IMG  EXCAVATION - BACH.HOE - DITCHING  Mi  7  '.F-taa  7  avj"gj,"-y5TO  :0..*^..-s^  ElDlEamtEIEStel  jisssnxE  ItttfMfflllKWttM^  At* the Legion Club Room, Selma Park  Friday, October 23rd.  arizer  Vancouver vocalist and comedian    ft  MEMBERS'AND GUESTS ONLY  each member allowed 3 guests  CARDS MUST BE SHOWN  HIIHHHi-lmpHffllMJI^  ^������gj-gg'^^^  !  O Pender Harbour Auxiliary fo St. Mary's Hospital ��  nnuai  i  i  7|,m,  COpHiU^ITY. HALL, ilADitRA PARK  GAMES. "NOVELTIES  BINGO ... HOME BAKING  PRIZES GALORE  Come and have -fun.' ��� 0  Needs yougsters , . .  ������*���?���*  pproved etirsery school  meets lull reqmrements  BOX 259, WYNGAERT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-7122  JACK and Jill Nursery School, Gibsons is  facing another crisis in its uphill  climb to become established. Presently  operating with eleven children, fees are  not sufficient to cover operational costs  and the present need is for an increase  in enrollment.  The school which operates from 9.30  a.m. te-��i4.30 a.m. from Monday to Friday can accommodate twenty five children and meets all the requirements laid  down by the Provincial Government.  Nursery schools are wonderful centres  to have in any community for they fulfill the needs of active youngsters from  3 to 5 years ago. At Gibsons, in the  United Church Hall, the little school which  took so much devotion and hard work  to get started, is now fully operational and  quite well equipped.  Under the supervision of a fully  qualified teacher, Mrs. P. Ohler who is  assisted by Mrs. F. Redshaw, the children  put in a busy and*educational two hours.  They have a wide choice of activities  which help deVelop their independence,  co-ordination, ingenuity and tolerance and  prepares them for kindergarten. For the  busy mother who cannot give the extra  time which an active youngster requires,  the school fulfills a tremendous need.  It also helps an only child who enjoys  the companionship.  Anyone who is interested in sending  " their children to this exceptionally well  organized nursery school should contact  Mrs. Marie Connor at 886-7040. An active  parents auxiliary also helps support the  school and it is possible that a car-pool  could be established to bring children in  from outside areas.  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Fender Harbour Auxiliary    IK  Fall Carnival October-24*  "l may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I% believe to bc right."  ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  Mi��o Itoaafesana Is, a toll! (DaEnsaa!ii&Dti  i  -AT-THIS critical point in the Canadian  crisis of Confederation, Prime  Minister Trudcau and his government  needs more than crocodile reminders that  he .must not keep thc emergency measures  act in force any longer than necessary;  he needs more than the politically-  opportunist footwork exhibited by Stanfield, Douglas and Diefenbaker. He needs  to know where Canadians stand on his  decision to meeL determination with determination. He needs to know whether  we wish to be governed by elected bodies,  or by bullets and bombs.  More than that, the anarchist FLQ  needs to bc shown where Mr. and Mrs.  Canada stand. Any wavering now on  what kind of government we want���  banana republic or proud democracy���-  will feed the experts in the FLQ the ammunition and the encouragement they  heed to recruit more anarchist. The FLQ  is on trial for survival, as is Canada.  Make no mistake: thc FLQ is not a  Quebec separatist group, far from it.  Those who believe that Quebec should  be a separate state within Canada have  now, in this emergency, aligned themselves with the nation for the duration.  The FLQ is small, but well-trained.  It is not led by dope-crazed killers or  flailing maniacs. When the whole story is  told, the planning mind behind the FLQ  and its terrorism will be found to have  _somc, quite impressive credentials. We  know already lhat murder, arson, kidnappings and bombings are not planned  in the heat of mob riot, even though they  may be carried out in that climate. We  know now that these shocking acts are  coolly and carefully planned and coldly  and ruthlessly executed. This is the real  enemy, thc planners behind the FLQ,  who will be as ruthless with their fol-  ��� lowers as they are with law-abiding Can  adians, should-they attain their objective,  which is a break-up of Canadian unity.  ��� The FLQ's prime target is the bar-  barization of our society. They seek  deliberately to deprive us of law and  order, and to create the kind of backlash  which will alienate the younger generation from renewing our institutions, and  paralyze our progress toward constructive solutions of our social problems.  Mr. Trudeau, on the request of the  Quebec provincial government, had no  alternative but to reach for the only  weapon available, the emergency powers  act. At the same time, the cabinet is  rushing to prepare lesser legislation which  will give the needed powers to fight this  insurrection; but it takes time to prepare  and pass proper legislation, and time was  one thing Canada did not have last week.  When that lesser legislation is passed, Mr.  Trudeau promises lifting of the emergency wartime powers. Knowing his  punctilious regard for laSv; and his interest in civil liberties, it would be  facetious to doubt him.  Canadians have watched the gradual  progress of terrorist groups in the States,  and wc have smugly reassured ourselves  that it won't happen here. Riots, killings,  bombings and the rest were things that  happened "somewhere else," but not in  Canada.  Well, it has happened. What wc can  now do, as Canadians, is to keep our  cool, to realize that this is not a passing  skirmish, but a war between the ballot  and the bullet, and to let our govern*.  ment and its leader know where we stand  on thc courageous and-difficult decision  he had to make.  Mr. Trudeau has demonstrated a  quality of statesmanship, of decision, and  a stature of leadership in crisis that will  long be respectfully remembered.  ��  Flll��S  ��11F _ nil��r J��?  CHARGES were made earlier this year  by a Montreal Police Lieutenant, a  former member of Montreal's crack  Social Security Squad, that a Communist  network is bringing U.S. draft dodgers  and deserters into Canada, many of them  trained to spread dissent and uncertainty.  Speaking at tlie International Conference of Police Associations' convention, he warned ''Don't think high posts  in government are not infiltrated by  Communists and left wing sympathisers.  "It has happened before and it will  happen again." He charged that thc  government is playing into thc hands of  the Communists by passing such laws  as those which permit homosexuality between ..consenting adults, or, relaxation  of drug regulations. He called Communism an evil more serious than organized  crime and is involved in everything including thc illicit drug traffic.  The Times has consistenly pointed  lo the fact that there arc those holding  important and well paid positions in  this present federal government. More  significant is the fact that serious consideration is being given thc rather infamous Le Dain report which recommends relaxation of laws against so-  called soft drugs such as marijuana.  While many members of the medical  profession are prepared to suggest marijuana js no more dangerous than alcohol,  there arc very m'ufty who will state otherwise. Further, considerable evidence is  available which makes clear the fact its  long range effects are 'far more detrimental than its proponents would have  us believe.  Writing in the July 1970 bulletin of  Canadians for Responsible Government,  Pr. I*. Franz Winkler states: "Failure of  Ihe medical profession to become fully  aware of the subtle but, in my opinion,  disastrous effects of marijuana may he  due lo following reason: The old fashioned family doctor would have been quick  to notice Ihcse effects and to eliminate  the cause, F.voii today the general practi-  lioucr would still be in a position to  observe ihe destructive effects of marijuana, were he not too busy to deal  with psychological problems, The psychiatrist, on Ihe other hand, sees the already psychologically disturbed patient  nt a time when ii is no longer possible  lo distinguish between pre-existing  psychotic tendencies and marijuana effects.**  Outlining hi,-, long lime experience  with young people from their early days  to young adults, Dr. Winkler says lie  has had lots of opportunity to study tlie  effects of marijuana on the strata of  the personality.  lie said: "In this long experience,  I have come to the conclusion lhat the  The PENiNSULA^wea.  I'uMMird WrriiicMlity!. ut Sri licit  on H.C.'i. Sunshino C'oiisl  by  Seidell IVnl.i'.iilu Time** I Id,  flox 310 * Srehet., lit:.  Iiouillits ti, Wheeler, lulltor nml hihlhlier  .Ntil-icilptlnn Rules: (In mlvnnco)  1 Vcnr, $."- - 2 Ycnr-i, $9 - 3 Ycnti, $13  U.S. unit l'orclun, $5.50  SenlttR lite men Irom I'nrl Mellon to Rgnumt  [lltiwe .Souiiil to Jervis Inlet}  00m ��*-��,���* i��*<��li*��^ll*������ii*l��'*��im  abuse of marijuana is one of the major  tragedies of our time. While hard drugs  cause far more obvious physical and  mental harm, they are mostly used by  people already defeated by life, who  seek in them a way to oblivion.  "What makes the, use of marijuana  tragic is the fact that it appeals not only  to the neurotic and already defeated but  to healthy young people who seek in it  nothing worse than a diversion or an  expansion of consciousness. Unknown to  a generation of parents, teachers, and  physicians, some of the finest young  people arc thus condemned by sheer ignorance to a gradual disintegration of  their personality.  "An early effect of marijuana and  hashish use is a progressive loss of will  power, already noticeable to thc trained  observer after about six weeks of moderate use. Such will power loss weakens  thc "ability to resist coercion so that users  too often fall victim to hard pushers,  extortionists, and deviates. .  "Soon, all ability for real fun disappears to bc replaced by a noisy pretence of fun. While health teenagers  eagerly participate in all kinds of activities such as sport, hiking, artistic endeavors, etc.; a marijuana user will show  and increasing tendency to talk endlessly of great goals, while doing nothing  about them. Athletic abilities invariably  fall off and artistic achievements become meaningless and lose all originality. Since the drug removes inhibitions  sex life may bc .stimulated for a brief  period but invariably" declines within a  few years, leaving men all but impotent  and women frigid."  As a challenge to youth, the doctor  suggests they pick from their associates,  one who has taken pot for at least a  year and who was known to them before  starting in on marijuana. Invariably,  comparison will reveal the\iser to be but  a pitiful curi-.iil.irc of his, or her, former  self,  We can but hope lhat the increasingly  obvious breakdown of law and order  and deplorable moral decline during  recent years, will finally dawn upon the  responsible members of government, to  the extent the malcontent of society are  put where they belong, and right once  again becomes might.  Ithymuifj Philosopher  -a-Iliiny iVV. .'Ic.v-I.cr  I! N I T Y  To we in Jinn* j-*. hullowini* of live*,  Ciuililil up In lhal ccslutic yciiin lo be ���  To M'ok  fulfillment  as u hope survives  The crush of ciuiimslunees (liuniplmnlly,  To Ih* us one, to prove we curt exist  Ami -.lilt  pcipclimle om   love ami liiisl;  To he u universe iipuit- u liyM  lo clevitlc out selves from out  Ihe ilust,  lo l\* ii iniily o| iniml, yet Occ  l*oi   In.liv l.liiiil   cspiessjveness,  ,\n<l   supplement   ihe  common   entity  I utl-otl-tiitiM oiii   Cull, uiitl  liuppiiiess,  lo this we ple,l|*e our honor, clusplnn Imiuli,  lo  wnlk  lo|tetlier  tliul   wc*  two uu* one,  Snfe  In  llu*  knowk-(lj;e   ilmi  ouch  uiuleistiunh  The sunctil*,  of wliul is now bowm,  If there lie peril- In the roml nhem.,  If iliere Ih- nny tltullenjtes lo dice,  Joiielhei   we   shall   ovcicomc.   well-spoil  Ami aniKil In dim  upjiointctl pluce.  REPORT from the Pender Harbour Aux-.  iliary to St. Mary's Hospital invites  everyone to visit the-Fall Carnival to be  held on Saturday evening, October 24th  at 7 p.m. in the Community Hall, Madeira  Park.  Regular meeting of the Auxiliary was  held- in the Legion -Hall,- Madeira-Park-  on October 14th with president Mrs. O.  Sladey iirthe chair and 17 members present.  Mrs. Bonnie West sent a thank-you  message acknowledging the farewell luncheon held in her honor at the Garden  Bay- Hotel.  Mrs. Wolpert reported on posters and  notices being out for the Coming Fall  Carnival, where there will be attractions  for the whole family and everyone is welcome.  Mrs. Alexander thanked everyone for  the wonderful response to the novelty stall  where some very attractive items will be  for sale.  Mrs. J. Donnelly's report on the Thrift  Shop was're^d and volunteers asked for  Saturday, October 17th.  Mrs. Jean Rousseau asked that blessing jars be brought to the next meeting.  MEMOBIAL FUND  It was voted to accept donations to  the Memorial Fund " in' lieu of local  Christmas cards. All residents are invited  to donate and a list of donors will be  published in the Peninsula Times with  appropriate Christmas  Greeting.  A motion was passed that money from  the Memorial Fund was to be set aside  to furnish a private room in the new  addition to the Hospital.  The annual meeting will be held with  a luncheon in the 'Garden Bay Dining  Room on December 9th.  Due to the next meeting falling on  Sechelt Notes  FORMER resident of the  Wilson  Creek  area, thirty-two year old Robert Henry  Gilbertson who was a fisherman, died  tragically when the fishboat he was a-  board caught fire. -The accident occurred  on October 7.  Mr. Gilbertson is survived by his mother Mrs. Dorothy Gallant of Vancouver  and his sisters. Mrs. Frances Betts of  Wilson Creek; Mrs. Joyce Rusk and Mrs.  Esthe'r: Duncan of Vancouver ahd Mrs.  Grace Miner of Kitimat.  Word has been received from Ireland  that Mr. Bill Coffey is making satisfactory progress since his operation and expects to return in the near future.  Visiting Mrs. Florrie Clayton was her  sister Miss Violet Potts of Vancouver,  who has spent many holidays in Sechelt.  Also visiting Mrs. Clayton from Prince  George were Mr. ahd Mrs. John Clayton  who with their three sons, spent the  holiday weekend here. With the new  shopping centre well underway, John,  who is Mrs. Clayton's son, saw a great>  change since his school days in Sechelt. "  Mrs. Olive McGregor is recovering nicely at home, following surgery at St.  Mary's Hospital.  CHRISTENING  Ronda Louise were the names given  to the infant daughter of Ronald and  Dayle Siebert of Sechelt. at her Baptism  on Sunday, October 4th in the Church of  His Presence at Redrooffs.  Rev. D. Popple officiated at the ceremony.  Godmother for the baby, i.s her aunt  Sandra Siebert and Godfather is her uncle, Gary Billingsley.  Ronda's aunt Cheryl Billingsley and  great grandfather, Mr. W. B. Billingsley  journeyed from Vancouver for the occasion.  A buffet supper was served following  the ceremony at the home of grandparents Bill and Alice' Billingsley, West Sechelt.  Safe motoring  WHEN  claiming  higgage  at  an airport,  make certairitoWrlvc at the facility's  baggage department directly after getting off an incoming flight.  That i.s to ensure that you ��� and  nobody else ��� gets your luggage, the  B.C. Automobile Association advises, even  though you may have to wait a while for  your  bags  to be unloaded,  BCAA suys it still Is notoiiously^eusy  at many airports throughout the'world  for the thieves lo take unclaimed Hems  off baggage carrousels and unloading  docks, and simply walk away wilh them.  Lust year alone the airlines estimated lhat  more than $7 million in such tlu;fls occurred,  The In-terminal baggage thefts reportedly aro on a fairly Htendv ail", per  cent annual rise, principally boi-miM- ,(<*,.  planning passengers are making a practice  of slopping in lounge, reiitnurant or carport nhop before finally gelling around  to the business of their luggage,  Airline officials are concern..,! iiw,t  the problem could become even more  perlous with tho advent of the 'M,,)PI.  Jets' and their huge passenngei* IoiuIm.  THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!  (Less when on cont met)  Your oclv..rtir.|nrj In thif,  spoco will rcoch nmrlv  2,500 homes (ovor 9,000  people) each wook, It'-, ||���.  most oconomlr.nl way to  rccuh moro Sunshino Cd<r,|  people becati'.o limes <ul*.  no into moro homes ih.m  any other nowspopor pm  iliicccl   in  this oreq,  tHE TIMES  Phone 805-9654  November 11th, the date has been changed  to November 18th.  A very good response followed "the  call for volunteers to help with the carnival.  Tea, convened by Mrs. Bob Crichton  followed the meeting.  All members please' not that the next -  meeting will be held November 18th.  Readers' Right  Slauahter  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Brian Bavies, the man who has  fought so valiently and against such  powerful odds, for the abolition of the  brutal seal hunt, spoke the other day over  the radio. He was here, he said, to attend  a meeting in Vancouver of the Canadian  Federation of Humane Societies where  he hoped to put forward a motion that  the government be asked to suspend the  hunt for a year. Later, after the meeting,  he related that the motion was killed  instantly by being tabled. ���.  Apparently the majority of the $upj*  posed animal lovers present gave their  blessing to the bloody slaughter next  spring-of another quarter of a million  seals. That is, of course, provided that  it be done in the prescribed manner of  being battered to "death with clubs.  As the moderator of the programme  remarked, one would nave thought it a  gathering of" money-mad furriers instead  of one of people devoted to the welfare  of helpless creatures and supposed that  the baby seals will certainly love these  "humane" societies. It is indeed passing  strange that they wouldn't have the  grace to change their titles! -  EVA M.  WEBB  Chamber annual banquet  now firmly established  VISITORS from Gibsons fo Earls Cove  and as far away as Vancouver and  Seattle were guests at the third annual  Grand. Banquet of the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce last Saturday at  the Peninsula Dining Lounge, Sechelt.  About one hundred and twenty people  turned but for one of the best evenings  of entertainment in the district for some  time.  Return of the Travelling People, a  group of Irish entertainers from Vancouver together with the support of two"**"  Englishmen, provided a full hour of first  class entertainment prior to playing of  music for dancing. So popular was the  music of the group that many were up  dancing during the variety portion of the  programme.  Two other banquets were taking place  in the area the same evening and consequently attendance was slightly lower  than last year. Organizers, however, were  delighted with public response and entertainment committee chairman Ted Farewell expressed the view that without  doubt the Chamber has established one  of the foremost annual social functions  thus far.  ��Wi����*WiW.J*M^  VILLAGE QF GIBSONS  mmim ranis cmelu  Effective immediately, wafer sprinkling restrictions imposed in the Village area are hereby cancelled.  October EGtBi, 1970  a..-;^..^. ....,��������-��� ..a.a..l,^ .���^.. ,-...������ M-^.L.ijF ,1-itimid,-,  ���i...wniifmifwyn D'l  !'%��������� W,',"i��.i'1M:  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  CALL ON  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  1-? CARPETS      ft TILES      ft LINOLEUMS  WE FEATURE A LARGE! SELECTION OF DRAPES  e��B��ww��������*^^  SUNSE��!�� COAST REGIONAL DBSTRICT  us List EifcioitM mm��  A Court of Revision will sit eft the Regional  District Off ice, Davis Bay at 10-a.m. November 2nd,  1970, to hear complaints and correct and revise the  List of Electors for each Electoral Area.  The Court, of Revision may:  (a) correct the names of electors in any way  wrongly stated therein; or  (b) add the names of electors omitted from the  list; or  (c) strike out the names of persons from the list  who are not entitled to vote or who are  disqualified from voting; or  (d) correct any other manifest error therein;  A copy of the list of electors for each Electoral  Area is posted upon the notice board at the Regional  District Office, Davis Bay.  L^haned J"?. Kjooding  Secretary  syitwgJS'ssjaw^  tBOOltSTORE  A Good Selection ot  Popular COOKBOOKS  Sechelt 885-9654  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  .let Sweet  er Icons  Here's a treat for weight watchers���but equally delicious for  anyone���tasty Diet Sweet���Spicy Gherkins���wjlh only 40 calorics per  pint.  5 lbs. cucumbers  Vi cup pickling salt  3 cups wator  1 Vz cups mild vinegar  2 cups water  5 tablespoons liquid artificial sweetener, or to taste  (such as Sucaryl)  I teaspoon cinnamon  1/-1 teaspoon ground cloves  )/A teaspoon ground allspice  Scrub tho cucumbers thoroughly with a stiff brush, Soak for 2*1  hours In a brine made with tlio pickling salt and 3 cups ol water. Remove Irom the brine und immediately douse with boiling water. Plain  immediately, Pack the cucumbers while hoi, in sterilized jui*.. Puik  tightly. Cover immediately with a boiling mixture made from the  vinegar. 2 cups of water, sweotevor and spice's, Seal lho jars at once,  Makes 4 to 5 pints.  Peninsula Pluiing  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your fCemfone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C,  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers aro  found at . . .  HEtLEIME'S  FASHION SH01P.PE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 006-9941  ���a*X**W����---to**^^  '���^-���'������-���������'���������'������������^  TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CHILDHEM'S a Bf#At*lT3'  WE AH  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAK  Phona 886-9994  Sunnycrest  Shopping Contro  SAVE MONET "  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AMD BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Solving Tlio Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDSEMG  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  'j^��'pA''(WlBiW-'^WIff*li!wy��^ 10WVW w *���:  �����**V (/ tTW WWNTV ���rf'V''*  'rr-  Travelling Around  /     ��� rf-- ri-i.ji iHi iiiiilm   ��fi*i *ffl>ii "*t -* V*1*1*-1' -a-���at--.. .>... .*..i..-.....f, i,llJ,.**,,r.j,,���1.L^,_Jd.^jm*iiiii a-n.ii.ii-M^  LAST week I loft you on the "tniin returning lo Geneva where we arrived  happy,   hungry   and   ready   for   a  good  night's sleep.  Next morning we  left by  -4>u.*. foivChamonix-in the Canton of Savoie,  France. Many small villages dotted the  coiiniryside, neatly    arranged with    orchards, gardens and vineyards. Our very  eoHifor.able bus climbed higher atid higher  into   the  French. Alps and   Europe's  -highe:st''"Tnountain7"Mt7-":'''Blanc (15,800  ft)  . came into clear vje*.|.'. We were lucky because only about 30 days'a year does the  the peak show itself.  At Chamonix we took the airial gondola ride up one peak called Aiguille du-  Midi. The hanging cable car goes part  "Wa.v lira landing, .tfieiTa final gondola  carried us to the peak almost straight  up over jagged peaks and glaciers arriving at the top. 13,000 feet from the  shut being the highest cable ride i ihe  world. If you have a little squeezy feeling about heights this will cither cure  you or it will be <j'never, never again."  It was a knee wobbling- experience but  the'view of the valley and buildings was  magnificent. The temperature at the base  Was 74 F. at the top 19 F. Needless to  say we. shot a few fast pictures and  descended.  The ride took 25 minutes each way.  The gondola coming down on one cable  helps pull the other one up. From the  gondola we saw tiny black dots of climbers attempting the peak, "just because  it's ���there;" Twenty-two lost their lives in.  1 his area between January and August.  I preferred to do it our way.  After leaving the ride we lunched  at a little cafe under the trees at Chamonix then returned "home" for a rest.  That evening a few of us Took in  the famous Knie Circus. It is a large,  one ring family affair, having been carried on by descendants for 100 years. It  was very spectacular and some of the  acts have been on Ed Sullivan's shows.  Wednesday was a free day so we went  window shopping nnd a little real shopping. The fine jewelry stores are unlimited in variety and the,, quality of  merchandise excellent. We bought a few  items to mail home to the family.  In the evening about half our group  decided to go to Divonne, France, for  a seven course dinner and see the first  gambling Casino in France. It was a  very swank affair but after cocktails,  dinner and looking at the beautiful hotel,  little time was left to lose a few francs  at roulette or black jack.  Thursday, another bus tour tool, us  through Lausanne to Monlreaux and  provided good views of many historical  castles and homes. The highlight was a  conducted tour of the beautiful Castle  of Chillon.made famous by Lord Byron's  "The Prisoner of Chillon". The eastfe was  originally built by the Romans in the  9th- century and re-built in the 13th.  Much of the structure is maintained in  its original  state.  We  returned  by  an  other route through the vineyards.  Here I correct my dates. This is now  Friday Sept. 4th. At 2 p.m. we flew  Swissair, Convair 890 to Beirut, Lebanon,  1875 miles in approximately 3 hours;  about the same time it takes to come  from Vancouver to Sechelt. A clear sunlit day let us see, Florehce, Ancona, Brin-  disi (Italy) Athens, Rhodes, and the island    {ftA'-*-* '���k^AAA.*,,,'- '  Jl e-*-��- ���"-*>,- -.'   "->- S��, ��.-��>..,    >  .       ,.  "*S**"  3m  U/tvr/M/c  T  REGULAR AND KINGS  '.*-"*     '   |-V?la--**-*aaaV. _-*V  I "-^^A^hF-V1*'-     I ','!��� ..."' naa����PF|..'J.i;'lai lai 11.1)1. "*\jr  ,   aaa    al fT^M      r'flil.il.a Vi*.   ' 1 r~ '   -'        '".������''-'      -       -���-* ]������-,;   -f*��*^  J^am^ifM^  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  fVIARICEL  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  %.  pool was closed.  Next   morning   we   visited   the   city  centre  with  its  wonderful   bazaars  and     It was a hard won goal Uie first Of  exciting articles of every description but     three   scored   by  Local   297   playiilg  no   prices   displayed.   You   bargain   and     Shop  Easy   on Sunday.   Pint   sized  this can be lots of fun. Beirut is noted  for gold, fine jewelry and rugs.  In the afternoon a highlight trip took  us to Byblos an ancient seaport and old  site of the Phoenicians and the shipping  of papyrus. The ruins still remain of 18  different nations which rose and fell,  each bringing its cwn type of civilization. The walls of the old homes are still  there; some 6000 years old. Our lady  guide on this tour was very well informed and I wish I had a portable tape  recorder.  I'd like to Interject a few historical  facts here: 72*% "Of"the industry is commerce, just buying and selling. The main  exports are fruit and cement. Lebanon  was  formerly Phoenicia and was  ruled  by the Turks for 400 years until French  rule in 1918. In 1943 Lebanon became an  independent  republic. The population is  half  Christian    and   half   Moslem.   The  stipulated political policy insists that the  president be a Christian (Roman Catholic)  and Prime Minister a Moslem. Armenian.  Arabic, Palestinian and Turkish peoples  have found refuge in Lebanon. We saw  many of their campsites ��� shacks built  from  just  anything  ��� old  boards,  tin.  tires, cardboard and the roof held down  wilh rocks. We were feeling so sorry for  the people until our guide pointed  out  several TV (antennas.  After Byblos we had an unexpected,  fantastic underground lake voyage in the  Jieta Grotto. Small aluminum boats seating eight  were paddled  down about  a  mile   of  this  hard   to  describe  shallow  lake. '       "   -'  The  cave sides  and ceiling  were an  indescribable    natural    phenomenon    of  stalactite and stalagmite formations. There  were  amazing   figures   resembling pipe  organs,  statues,    cherubs,    apostles and  some grotesque snakes and dragons. This  was all ingeniously illuminated with white  Hght showing the natural colors of reds,  blues,   white  and   greens.  This  lake   is  '  part of the artesian well sy.stems Which "  . provide water to the lush valleys.  Next week Casino de Liban, Baalbeck  and on to India.  Goal  goalie Keith Rodway dived a little too  late in his first game ever.  *��*y^^*��ft^iwwij>**^��;.wi.Wf ^.^lyi^wiMjii j*  ��� Mrr Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces are real  bargains for yfto, .  Sold' ��n contract A  only. For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654, ask for  special ad  rates.)  10'3'  l>  -12.5 H.P. Rating  675 Ib. Capacity  Beam���54"  Depth���23"  Weight 120 lbs ���     with 9.5 H.P. EVINRUDE ~~    $6^5.  12'    :���25 H.P. Rating  900 Ib. Capacity  Beam���59"  Weils' fc~   $42B.Q0  with 25 H.p; EVINRUDE  _     $99  NOW AVAILABLE AT  Phone ��83-22-3$  >.p ui hi jjh"i'"j.  at Pender Harbour  mit'*��iw*wi^ifM'^pii**^^l-wuHww����i-ii-i*iaijiiiia m  This is a $3 SFOT1  (Less when on contract) '  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes* (over 9,000 people)  each week. It's-the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes thon any.  other   newspaper * produced   in   this   areo.  Times  Phono 885-9654  p.vM-a^.p,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.^,,   ^,   aixya'awv^'TiilliJ   HtmUV   JI  Naa--.--^.-..-.,..���..J   .._.-.. �����������, ,..-,. ,  . ���-���-���.--.Sir! -���*-��� ��� irri ������-*���--  MEAT  LA.  ��  Registration and First Session  You Can Still Join Any Off These Classes:  WELDING���Monday, October 26th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone  SEWING���Monday, October 26th  7:30 p.m, Elphinstono  TYPING���Monday, October 26th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone  ENGLISH FOR NEW CANADIANS���Monday, October 26th, 7:30  p.m. Elphinstone ���  HOUSE CONSTRUCTION���Tuesdoy,  October 27th,  7:30 p.m.   El--  phlnstone  CERAMICS���Tuesday, Oclober 27th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone  POWER SQUADRON���Tucsday, October 27th, 7:30 p.m. Secholt  Elementary.  VOLLEYBALL���Tuesday, October 27th, 7:30 p.m.  Elphinstono    ,  KEEP FIT���-Tuesday, October 27th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone and Sechelt Elementary  PAINTING (Art)���-Wednesday, October 28th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone  KARATE   -Wednesday October 28th, 7:30 p.m. Sechelt Elementary  BADMINTON���Wednesday, Oclober 28th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone  WOODWORKI No���Thursday, October 29th, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstono  ART LECTURE SERIES���Thursday,  October 29th,  7:30 p.m.  Elphinstono  ft The evening on which classes are called for may be changed  to accommodate tho class, but the first session Is to be hold as stated.  ft All other previously advertised classes are still possible, but more  students are needed. Those Interested do some recruiting and phone  886-9370 or 886-7722.  ft Final attempt to start classes not listed above will bo made on  .the week of November 2nd.  1  1  I  A  v**.  7y  -*> �� i  7  'J"i'  A,  A"  ECOND E��10FtTGA��  LOAN  FULLY INSURED  WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE  A Second Mortgage Loan to r. maximum of $5000 with interest  lowor thnn Federal N.H.A. first mortgage loano, Is avallablo  for construction of n now homo.  TO QUALIFY:  1. You must bo tho first occupant of lho homo.  2. You must havo lived In British Columbia for 1? months Immediately pi needing lho (Into ol purchase or lho (Into of  complotion of construction of tho homo.  Providing payments ate mndo promptly an required, 10% (up  to a yearly maximum of $50.00) will bo infiindod to you thus  reducing tho offecJlvo intorost rate. For examplo thin would  moan on a $5000, 25-yoar loan, tho effective Interest now  would bo 7%%.  ...OR AN OUTRIGHT  HOME ACQUISITION  3T OF $1i  I     .4   i,  A $1000 Homo Acquisition Grant la avallablo ns nn alternative*)  to tho Second Mortgage Loan and mny bo used for building or  purchase of a now homo started on or aftor February 9,1008.  1. You must bn lho first occupant of tho homo for which application is made,  2. You must havo lived in British Columbia for 12 months !m-  modintoly preceding tho date of purchase or the dato of  completion of construction of your now homo.  3. Previously rocolved Home-ownei Grants will be deducted  from the $1000 grant.  Complete nnd sond tho following coupon if you wish furthor  Infoimntlon.  r  i  ECO  rgiiigggiiBgMiiatilitMMiiti  ft-*  **"*' ?  a" J  "** '  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE  HON. W. A. C. nrNNETT, P.C, Prornior nnd Minister of rinnnco  G. 0. tmYOON, Dopuly Minister of finnnco  Pr-.vinclnl Admlniialrntoi, Homeowner Assistance,  Piirllnmenl nulldlnnn,  Vlctorin, nrltlnh Columbia  Plen-.i- r.end mo full Information wllh repaid to tho  | | Hf:COND MOfiraAGI".  | | IIOMi:ACGUISniONG,"V\NT  di. I liavo indicated.  Nnme  ......  Addrefia   a     **  F-f H* "y *%yJ>^r%^n^Mri't>TiW'"'<ij \iii'\y|i%il|1'iu^|i(j-|(it'ioi i>j"VijiiM>*TiMi"'>orJM|���ttf^iij|F"\Bf "^W^SJ���V^IJ^tw1" TUTi^*ai���Tij r^ri ir^-~fcr^i^tf'Tjjjf*J'ij*'^r^(f"*^r���^|T*1ir"  ~1  *rv*��?*-H^*",*rv**r"  �� ;-5:  Page B-6 The^Snihsula Times  Wednesday, October 21, 1970       II��� .1.1��������� !���������������^������I.H.I   N    ! ������ �����������*������ .-I      ,    !������    ��� ���  Anglican Church School  re-commences at Pender  ANGLICAN Church School in the Pender Harbour area re-commenced this  month in the Madeira Park Lt?gion Hall.  On Sunday, October 25th, the Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese, Bishop Somer-  ville will celebrate and preach at the  9:30 a.m. service at St. Hilda's. He will  leave immediately after the service to  take a confirmation at Gibsons.  Harvest Thanksgiving was Celebrated  at St. Hilda's on Sunday, October 18th.  Ladies of the A.C.W. prepared the  Thanksgiving Supper which was held in  the Parish Hall following the Eucharist.  Wife to sloppy-ttTMerT'"Trrifi^rpIaces7  cleanliness is next to godliness, but  around here it's next to impossible!"  One bureaucrat to another: "In this  town we go by the law of demand^nci  supply."  *fe**Ste&^ ��� ,   .  SECHELT THEATRE  PRESENTS  Wtisfflers  Starring Scott Brady  _    PLUS   ���     "  Journey fo the  .Beginning of time  Jungle Fantasy  BOTH IN COLOR  Starts 8 p.m. Out 11 p.m.  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,   -  October 23 rd, 24th and 25th  m%niW,.WI*m0tm*Hnm0mM00l0m,Wm0MmwimMW*W.  COMING SHOWS IN ORDER  "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice"  (Restricted)  "Royal Hunt of 1fhe Sun"  "The Out of Towners"  "If . . ."  Sechelt Auxiliary preparing projects  v  THIRTY three members and  one ' guest,  Mrs. R. Atherton, attended the October 8 meeting of Sechdlt Auxiliary to  St. Mary's Hospital, held in St. Hilda's  Church Hall with Mrs. Eileen Smith in  the chair.  The Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary bursary for 1970 was presented to Miss Rita  Ono whose chosen field is laboratory  technician. President Mrs. Eileen Smith  made the presentation at the annual graduation exercise at Elphinstone High  School   ������*  There will be a smorgasbord meeting  at Mary Play's November 5.  Anyone interested in purchasing the  very lovely candy wreaths, being made  by auxiliary members should call Mrs.  Ann Kurluk at 885-9483 or Mrs. Margaret  Burley at 885-2179.  The Thrift Shop is requesting white  elephant items and pocket books.  Tuesday, December 8th is the date  set for the Annual Lunch meeting; the  place is to be announced at the November meeting.  There are still some smorgasbord tickets available for the Annual Smorgasbord to held on November 14. Anyone  interested   in   purchasing   tickets   which  Bombers,  Another new team in Division 7  Juvenile Soccer is the Ken Mac  Bombers sponsored by Ken Mac  Parts in Gibsons. New strip has  green jerseys with white trim, white  shorts and green and white socks.  Mighty proud in their new colours  and pictured with coach Ted Kelly:  sponsor Larry Boyd and manager  Terry Connor are from left, back row:  Chuck Esslemont, Scott Phillips,  Dean Pilkey, Michael Fyles, Kurtis  Hall, Dean Martin, Blair Head and  Dan Bailey.   In front:  Joe   Unge'r,  Here's a gift package that will be remembered long  after the Christmas season: a year's subscription.to  Beautiful British Columbia magazin^/us a full-color"  1971 calendar-diary. 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