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 Aw-.aM-a...���.>,,_���. <walS^V^av-a��-.^..^<_>-^  A,.  K*  Director Wolverton . . .  Water Committee Chairman  lashes Council statements  West Canadian Graphi. Industries Ltd.,,  1606 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9, B.C.  Service?  REGIONAL    Board    Water    Committee    pointed out  that one change requested  Chairman Lorne Wolvcrton, reporting    by   Council   presented   some   difficulties  at last meeting of the Board," recommend-    regarding control of the water system,  ed that for information of Gibsons Coun  eil, residents of Gibsons and Regional  wafer users, Directors declare in the  .strongest possible terms that none of its  actions could bc construed as jeopardizing supply of water -services to anyone  inside or outside thc Municipa'ity.  Director Wolverton was referring to  statements made at. a meeting of Gibsons  Council September 29lh to a delegation  representing North Road, Park and Reid  Roads, seeking committments by Council  that water would be supplied in the near  future. ^  : AC that time the delegation was told  "not only did Counciloffer the Regional  Board use of "ilk Pratt Road water facilities free' of charge, it even offered to"  purchase water from the Board in order  to supply the Chekwelp Indian Reserve  property and extend services to residents  within the upper area, of the Village not  yet served."  Mayor Wally Peterson also told the  group that council had just finished discussing a letter from the Board which  rejected what was a "very* fair" offer  by Council. As a result. Regional Board  action will hold things up somewhat.  Director Wolverton told the Board "it  is indicated by these statements that,  neither the action takeiV by the Regional  District nor the problem within the District as detailed in the Water Committee  report of September 25, 1970 were under-s  stood.  "In spite of the impressions left by  various press reports, the Regional Dis-  ���ri.ii has gone out of its way on various  the Board accepted favourably and the  change was incorporated in the plans. All  further changes were forced upon the  District by arbitrary actions by the Council without prior advise to the District.  These changes included;  Boundary extensions which cut  through the proposed District service  areas, making marginal areas unscrvice^  "able~^y"tlTe^T3IslrrcT^ToheT_    . .     *"*  Stipulation by Council that the District connections to the Village system  be made at one point on Gower Point  Road under the following conditions;���  (1) The p:pe within the Village to be  at District expense with no revenue a-  vai'able to the District; (that pipe was  originally planned in District territory  and would have created/revenue to the  District had thc boundaries not been extended).  (2) No permission to take water  through  Gibsons   to  the  Chekwelp  and  -North.  (3) This system subject to review after  one year.  Also . . . Retention by the Village of  the highest density and most economical  distribution sy.stems outside the Village  with the proposal lhat the District develop and supply the very high cost of sparsely populated areas outside and inside  .the ViVagc.^(This has reportedly been  referred to as it "very generous" offer by  the way).  Report concluded; "The public- criti--  cism in Council of our handling of these  suggestions by the Village Mayor or Aldermen   is   totally   uncalled   for.   If   they  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jem:. Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Horbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  -   2nd Class Moll  Registration NO. 1142  Union ��S_=_"<-  Thjs Issue 10 Pages  Label  12c  Volume 7, No. 50 ������ WEDNESDAY^ NOVEMBER 11, 1970  wish to challenge or speak on these  occasions to safeguard the water services subjects, thc Board meeting is the place  to  all concerned within  the  framework    to do it.  of the overall plan by changing our arrangements to adjust to changes made by  Council.  "The overall plan was conceived by  Dayton & Knight; ** Consulting Engineers  for both-the. .Village and the Regional  Board."  Regarding changes made in plans previously agreed upon, Director Wolverton  "The Water Committee recommends  that thc Regional Board exert all its influence to impress on MayorUnd Council  to deal in a somewhat more mature manner with affairs which are of greatest  mutual interest to ther people inside and  outside the Village, even if they do not  wish to subscribe to such ~ views."  , Thc Board agreed to accept the report  as submitted by Director Wolverton.  y*wii��''��'^i(FV*ir  Teen-ager to mother: "Teen-agers are  supposed to represent billions *in buying  power, but with the allowance you give  me you're sure cooling down the economy."  Chamber of Commerce  gets NO from Kiernan  PENDER  Harbour   &  District  Chamber  Of Commerce will be holding a dinner  meeting at the Garden Bay  Restaurant  on Tuesday, November 17th.  Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m. and thc  public is invited to the meeting which  commences at 8 p.m. Guest speaker is  Chairman of the School Board Public  Relations Committee, Mr. Bernard Mulligan.  Invitations were extended to on. W.  K. Kiernan, who is unable to attend^ and  to Hon. Isabel Dawson. It is hoped that  . Mrs. Dawson will be present. '  Health Unit acts . . .  WRONG NUMBER  Due to an error ..some weeks ago thc  Roberts Creek Fire Department phone  number was used in an advertisement  for the Eatons Order Office on the Sunnycrest Plaza. Despite subsequent clarification some people are stijl using that  number for Eatons. We again point out  the Roberts Creek Fire Department number is -8G-7575.  ROOF CONTRACT  Office of tlie Hon. Isabel Dawson announces that permission has been given  by the Treasury Board  lo let contracts  for a.roofing replacement at Pender Ha.--"  bour High School to the amount of $9,931.  REPORT CARD  Students of Elphinstone Secondary  School will be issued with the new report  cards covering first half of thc semester  on Monday November 16th'.  HOLE-IN-ONE  Understood to be the second officially  ('recorded "holc-in-one" at the Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club, was hit by  Mr. Cecil Firth of Roberts Creek. Visible  improvements at thc golf course are due  to active work parties out in force.  BEWARE  GIMMICKS  It has been reported that a hearing-  aid salesman sought n rating of prospective  customers from the Senior Citizen's Couiv-'  ���Hellor and was refused. It" Is understood  lie has (.bice canvassed thc old folk stating he hud been talking to the Counsellor  and flho had recommended him. Wc can  only advise caution when dealing with  unknown door-to-door salesmen of this  type.  SECHELT���Letter from the health inspector to the new operator of a food  outlet on Cowrie Street, read al hist  meeting of village council, outlined a  large number of changes to the small  building required in order to bring it  up to operational standards.  . .Clerk Ted Rayner told council Mr.  John Barber had applied last week for  a building permit in order to carry out *���  necessary renovations, He had been  advised to get in touch with the building  inspector and told he would require a  permit from thc Health Unit for waste  disposal.  Aid. Joe Benner said he understands  the letter from* thc Health Unit was addressed to Mr.'C. Stephens whereas the  former operator was J. Barber, thus indicating change of ownership. He asked  Mr. Rayner whether a trade licence has  been applied for by Stevens. He was told  "no",  Pending further developments it was  agreed application for a current trade  licence for the establishment be withheld.  DOG MENACE  Hampnging dog:, are proving a menace  both In Sechelt and Gibsons, A letter  from Br. Roy Wigard of Porpoise Bay  Hoad registered a protest following loss  of valuable birds and ducks destroyed  by dogs which ripped Ihe wire netting  of  his aviary.  Mayor Bill Swain questioned whether  the village has bylaws perrnitting or  disallowing livestock in thc village. The  clerk replied that no such bylaw exists  but suggested the. matter be held over  at this time due to the fact there arc  other factors involved, further, the incident is under investigation by thc RCMP.  GRAVEL PIT  Letter signed by Mr. Al. Lynn of  Selma Park drew attention to the fact  that operators of a proposed gravel operation have posted signs and advertised  intention to lease certain property. He  said he also understands thc regional  board has approved leases for the project. He therefore wished to know if council could supply him with further information on the subject.  Mr. Rayner pointed out the matter  wus strictly regional board business for  it did not involve thc village. Council  agreed und moved Mr. Lynn be rcferrrcd  to the regional board. >  PM REPLIES  Following a motion ns Inst regular  meeting, a letter of support wa.s sent to  Prime Minister Trudcau approving the  measures ho has taken to combat the  FLQ atlrocltie.s in Quebec. Last week n  reply from Mr, Trudenu expressed his  gratitude for the support of council in  those difficult limes.  District Emblem  In Scouting, the Sunshine Coast is Field Executive, Jack Adair was  firmly linked to form one district, as responsible for the banner pictured  depicted by the new emblem which here with Bob Janis, Jack Adair,  was on display at the District Scout- Jim Janiewick and Ivan T. Smith,  ers testimonial   banquet.   Regional  Mr. Norm Burley . . .  Long time scouter honoured  during "Thank you" Banquet  STRENGTH  and  unity or the Scouting  Movement on thc Sunshine Coast was  very evident last week when ninety-five  people, all connected in some way with  scouting, attended a, special "Thank-You  Banquet to honor those who have given  long service to scouting.  Highlight of the evening was the  announcement made by Distinct Council  President, Mr: T. Ivan Smith, that the  Scout Camp on Bear Lake will be known  as Camp Burley.  Mr. Norm Burley, who last year was  named Citizen of the Year by Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce, has  been a long time member of the Scout  Stovemeht. Not too long ago, it was  Mr. Burley who kept scouting alive in"  Sechelt. by taking over as Scout Master  of the 1st Sechelt Company.  For the presentation dinner which  was held in" Casa Martinez at Davis  Bay, colors of thc various Cub Packs  unci* Scout Troops in the district lined  the wall. Dominating thc scene was the  huge banner bearing thc recently designed emblem of the newly formed Sunshine Coast. District.  U-  Commissioner Bob Simmons made thc  presentation to thc Coast News. District  Commissioner of Guides for Mount Elphinstone District, Mrs. Marg. Wheeler  made the presentation to the Peninsula  Times.  AWARDS  Certificates of appreciation, together  with ten year pins and a special mom-  onto went to four persons who have devoted many years of service to scouting:  Miss E. Harrold of Roberts Creek, Mrs.  J. Scott of Gibsons, Mr. W. Laing of  Gibsons and Mr. Norm Burley of Sechelt.  Making thc presentations was President  of --Vancouver. Coast Region,- Miv Carl  Juul-Hanscri.  District Commissioner Mr. Doug  Honeybunn presented ten year pins to  Assistant District Commissioner Mr.  Dave Wilson and to District Scouter,  Maxwell Hainmcrsmyth. Receiving five  year pins w.erc Scoutmaster of the 1st  -Sechelt Troop. Jim Janiewick and Scoutmaster of the  1st Wilson Creek Troop,  ���sco   page  A-6  Pender Public Library  expands opening hours  Pi_iN_-J_l. Harbour Public Library has  built up a very fine selection of 120  volumes of interesting books, which together^���with-*--books���on���loan���from���tlie��� -  Library Commission , in Victoria, makes  for a good selection of reading matter.  Sufficient help, now enables volunteer  woikers to open the library which is  held in the Community Hall, Madeira  Park, on two afternoons a week. In future  the library will be open from .1 pm until  3 pm every Tuesday and Thursday.  Mrs. Molly Payne is in charge of the  library and-.during thc month of December, there wi 11 be a display of painting  and hand-crafted work done by local  artists.  Local officers attend  RCMP Dinner and Dance  ANNUAL Royal Canadian Mounted Police, qMnher, and dance, held on November 6th in the Pacific Ballroom, Hotel  Vancouver, attracted many guests from  the Sunshine Coast.  Judge and Mrs. Charles Mittelsteadt  attended in the company of SSM Frie-  dcrich and Staff Sergeant Ferguson. Corporal and Mrs. Orviile Underhill of the  Sechelt RCMP Detachment attended in  the company of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson. Corporal and Mrs, Lou Biggeman,  and Constable Don Brosl attended from  the Gibsons Detachment. Const. Brost  was accompanied by Miss Carole Rcnaud  who was visiting from Alberta.  '  Tetrahedron Ski Club  boasts W rope-tow  ' TETRAHEDRON Ski Club is starting its  second season on Mount Elphinstone,  and this year the Club is boasting a 600  ft. rope-tow. Several members have worked hard all summer-on the tow. Hopefully it will be operational before the  big snows. .  Thc fall general meeting was held on  (jkaobcr 22nd, when discussion centred  on the tow construction, re-opening the  B&K logging road as a shorter access  road and acquiring a special use permit  for the tow  area on the mountain.  Thc newly elected executive consists  of: Bernie Littlejohn, President; Mel Jay,  Vice-President; Marilyn Greggain, Secretary and Jim Oei, Treasurer.  - Memberships arc twenty dollars with  a five dollar -initiation fee for adults; five  dollars for juniors from 6 to 18, with  special rates for couples and families.  -The "snow-cat" ride: from snowline.,- to  thc top is $1.50 return and the low is 50c  for the day for members. For moire information, phone Mike Haner, 884-5367;  Bernie Littlejohn, 886-7004; or Mel Jay,  886-2587.  The Club i.s holding a "Ski Swap" on  November 13 from (i to 9 p.m. at thcr  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons, Good inexpensive second hand equipment will be  on sale.  RECOGNITION  Before making two special awards,  Mr. Bill Gage, Regional Scout executive,  Vancouver Coast Region spoke of a new  experimental camp held this summer  at Camp Byng. Known as New Horizon  Camp, the venture was sponsored by  Vuncouvcr Variety Club and Mount  Pleasant Lions Club and provided a  summer camp for a group of boys all  non-Cubs or Scouts, who were suffering  some type of emotional disturbance in  their young lives.  The two special awards went to Mr.  Al Campbell of Tyee Airways who took  thc lads on a scenic air tour of the  district, and to Mr. Gordon Hull who  gave I hem a cruise aboard his fine vessel.  For helping to promote scouting  through the media of their respective  newspapers, The Coast News and the  Peninsula Time,**, each' received a certificate ot appreciation. Assistant Provincial  West Porpoise Bay . . .  Eon   n       @ no  ��IKSlll Si UM-BHSl  Son ounished .  -..'������'.,  ^  "'a*,.Vt<,N��*a>.*'*--'   *���-.-*��- "*'.  ^S7^^^S^^^4^'  i-a" Y ' " '"  I-****-* *��?���*#*!  '; 77'7j  GUI ��1 IM��  mhm gQfiflid  Recognition  lo a homo wlic-n family ..rouble    week  hi.s  n'.ivciy  wa.s   it'couni/icil  with jir.'.NOiilalioi.  of  a  citation   by  .bun of Valine! Ion was  KNTFlUNa a pirn of "nol guilty" to  n charge of unlawfully striking an  elementary m-hnnl toucher al Mud.'lui  Park, I'mil llurnhtish admitted to the  court lust week that he had gone to  Ihe tiohool lo spo.ik lo lho teacher, Mr,  K. Hitveriion hut had lo.sl control of himself und had no recollection of what  took  place.  1 Charge*, tirosc following an Incident  in which MrJ HcVti-mIii had occasion to  punish the son of Mr. Hurubush hy strlh-  ini; him on the rear wilh a pointer, Am  a result, the hoy, n/;cd twelve, hud I wo  wellN visible,  Mr, Kovoisuu told the court he had  had an exchange of wurl-.ii wllh the hoy  previously nnd later when ho caught him  pinching another boy, which he admitted,  lie Instructed him lo hend over a desk.  aSovei'.'ion snld he then (.truck him two  blown, wllh n pointer, In later evidence  In* said the pointer broke while udnilnls  Ii'ilnu Ihe punishment. Thin could hup  pen heciiiiie point,***,, are cattily tmupped,  "-"uk'.o'iuently, thr following day as  .���.Indent*; wen* entering school for after-  i it nil*, clu'i.-cs, l.urulm.ih appeared wllh  his xnii, lie appeared lo he In a lowerlui*.  rage and on approaching he asked nre  you Mr. Scvcrnm? On receiving an an-  ('alln  brol-i.tm. last May IBIh near (.ib.son.s,    Ctmslnblu Batty Holh found himself Huperlntcmloiit .1. 1_..C.H  fncini-.  the wrong end  of a loaded couver. The con.stabh.'H   _ n    rifle held by a man who throaUtncd brought lo lho attention of lho Al-    Nw--r he ..limited "arc you a teacher <>r  to shoot him. Hy edging closer, con- torney (ieneral by M. Wes. Hodgson    a nudittV' and -.truck ,s..*vcr<,nn with hi*.  stable Roth  managed  to  grab lho of Gibsons. ���--���' knorkin.i him to the ground.  gun und overcome his opponent. Lust t*k.v.'i.it>.i'n icntiniony   wan   .tuiwtiiii-  liiitcd by a student who'added that after  repenting the (|ucmIIoii "are you a teacher  or u ,!iidi,<t" Mm abash Instructed hlit non  lo drop his pants nnd show the mixed  cla.-i,*, tjie hrulric,*, on  his  buttock.*,.  Principal Hart Dtterluton told the  court Mr, Kevcrso'n Is a toucher of long  experience and has proved very capable,  He wild he has given his teaching Muff  authority tu hand out punishment If  iiciA-n.-uiry, further, contrary to popular  belief, Mich punishment does not iiccoh-  Miilly call fur the simp un Ihe hands,  lie a I.*,, i .said the hoy is nol normally a  bad hoy,  Mr, Doerkson testified thai he cu-  lered the room In timo to see the toucher  on the floonr and Muruhuhh standing over  hhn ..bunting "are you a teacher or a  sadist"   he was also swearing,  The mm, Kelly I-urubujih told the couit  he had been -ilnioU throe Union but lho  pointer broke on Ihe Ihhil stroke, He admitted |*|i|ch|ii|j* another boy and iigreed  Hud he did deserve to be punished  III bandit-.c mil a one year suspended  lenience, indite Mittelsteadt told Mar.ihash  "I hope you ceull/o you eaunol lake  the law Into your own hunds. You could  have coiuplnlitci! to the pilnelpul, Ihe  school hoard or the court hii,t you eho*ic  to take things Into your own hands,  You will be placed under the probation  officer for a period of one year and any  fiirthci* hi-o-tch will ro-Htll In you being  brought buck into court.  i&iWl PM  SECHELT���At last regular meeting, Sechelt Village Council agreed to look  into thc present situation regarding 170  acres of Crown land at West Porpoise  Buy upon which, it i.s believed, council  has  first  option.  Past councils have dithered over the  opportunity to obtain a firm committal  on the property which has been available  for recreational purposes. Various aldermen have, from time to time, brought the  subject up only to get sidetracked somewhere along the fine. ,  Last week, Aid, Joe Benner suggested council look into the mutter with  a view to getting the property turned  over to the villugo, He suid lie knows  of one service club which Im presently  contemplating acquiring propo-ty to develop, us u project.  Aid. George* Flay agreed possibility  of obtaining a louse on the acreage should  bc   Investigated.  Mayor Mill Swaln expressed the view  lhat llu.* Village is growing and wllh  possible later expansion, some thought  should ho given to providing lor the  future, "This block of properly will'prove  valuable for future uso as parks etc,"  he' .(aid,  Aid. Norm Watson said ho could see  no point In hotherlng at Ihis lime "it Is  tied up for (he village anyway," ho said.  Mayor Swain argued Hint It Is not (led  up and siiggosted pcrhups council should  consider a vl,*.|l lo Victoria In order to  n-.M-rtuIn pti.,.ll>illties of oblaintni; the  land on n dollar a year louse. "Il would  be well worth following It up and cor-  lulnly such properly will be needed In  (lie   future,"   he   added,  SUPDIVIBIONS  Subdiv Islon plan involving Iwonty-  bun lot(. at Wo,*<t I'oipolfo ll'.y vvui finally  approved li'ittuHvoly, .Snbinllleil by Mi.  Ted O iIhii no, lho plun.i woro hold in  olii-yance al lio.l regular ineHing due lo  i|iie;.lionui|- ol a technical deluil by Aid,  May,  Auolhei Mihtllv iMon plan lu Ihe same  ,uci, involving five acre*, hoing spill up  Into lour lots, remitted in eoiiKldoiublo  iIim'ii.'.mIiiii as to additional access dc: pile  th-* iucl cucl^lot Ironled on the load und  n ^Isly-sfx toot  road wont  up one side,  Aid. I'lay Insisted the same ;itluation  applied to both sul'dlvlslon*. and II one  wiif. lo ho approved thero was no icanon  why both should not. Finally in moving  il? pt  acceptance, alderman Flay was defeated,  A second motion by Aid. Watson with thc  addition that a thirty-three foot road  allowance be provided for at rear of the  lots wa.s approved.  VANDALS  Aid, Watson asked that net ion been  taken against vandals responsible for  removal of trees Iron) the hcach access  road area of the former McDerinid property.  Il was explained to him that council  hud agreed to removal of'tho trees at  roipiest of properly owners cither side  of tho road. Trees were considered u  hazard   and  the   request   was   approved,  Aid, Wulson suid he was yet to hear  of cedar trees blowing down, Aid, Harold  Nelson assured him that it is by no  moans uncommon for such a happening.  Aid. Watson, however, replied t|iut while  this might bo so he was astounded to  learn lhat council had agreed to such  a proposal,  d-Briefs  oitif  Ihe waf  lo action!  In Today's Classified:-  "  '    ""��� ���^���������^���| 1���iiniirirTtTtTTriiiTi'Fiirwwiurwipuiiii.  GI'l'NOK'  Fleetwood Moron ill excellent  condllion,   $11)0,  ���~^~~-~J-JJ^r~'~^-~~rT[nr*n-rTrrii��iwii ���rrrrrrniirmn- ��� Tinii_m_u.j_iuiMi_jij,  ��� Time*. Clciv.lll.-<l-. rcoch over 2.,!>0() hoiii-n  110,000 rro.lcc-.).  ��� limes Clov.Uirrl'. .jo |NIO the homo . . ,  not on lo>vm>, MicH-. or in rulve'lv  ��� limfs Cl-mllted. o(�� low-iott, tugl, jintcncy  1  sole*, tonics,  m eiAss  Phono 085-9654  Phono lines open Sunday; classified  deadline is Sunday evening.  (,  * r <* r r r,  'H/iiii'i-'/n'F'"';''*'       a i < r 4* ��� r /  ' Jt   / *   \At   ���      I Af .�� I., r a    < .  .>" at * / , A. *\a  la. /-.*  ���*,   J.  ���t a�� f ' . Page AT2 The Peninsula times, Wednesday, Nov. 11,1970
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TURNER —• Passed away in
St. Mary's Hospital on November 5, 1970, Vernon Lloyd
Turner of Sechelt, B.C. Survived hy his loving wife Lola,
1 son, Bob of Edmonton; 2
daughters, Mrs. D. J. Wood
(Joan) of Burnaby; Mrs. R,
Davies (Marilyn) of Nanaimo.
Seven grandchildren; 1 sister,
Miss Verna Turner of Victoria.
Funeral Service was held,
Monday, November 9th at
Harron Bros. Chapel of Chimes in Vancouver. Cremation,
Harvey Funeral Home in
charge of * .frrangements, In
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friend Buck -Cranswick-who-
passed away a year ago.
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GIBSONS: Older type 3
bedroom home on large vil-
lpge lot. (60.\220). New roof,
foundations and water-dine.
Needs inside renovations. Well
priced at $9,000.
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os low os $35 per month.
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98' Watorfront lot at Pender Harbour—-$7000,
Vi Aero seml-wntorfrdnt lot at Earl Cove—$3000,
130' Wotcrfront, Pendor Harbour, only $500,00 down payment
6Vj Acres, Madeira Park,  1100' frontago on Hlohway—$8000,
10 Acres, Earl Covo, open to Offer,
1% Aero vlow lot, Madeira Park—$4500.
Many other view and scml-watcrfront lots from $3000 to $0000,
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Discount for Cosh,
Madeira Park, B.C.
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2343. 4979-tfn
WISH  to contact Latter Day
Saints   members.   Ph.   885-
9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn
FOR Avon products in Wilson
Creek & Sechelt area phone
Mrs. Helen Phillips at 885-
2183 evenings. Personal Christmas shopping from the comfort of your own home.
Don would be pleased to have
his friends drop in to see him
or phone him at his office.
885-2235 or at his home. 885-
Look for Don's Picture
Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.
■ Phone 885-2235
Seclusion and privacy on
.this nicely treed view plot
close to beach. Only $1,500
down on full price of $5,000.
Exceptional buy is this level
acreage with 2 good homes,
barn etc. Attractive terms on
$25,000 F.P.
One only! 65' x 130' level
lot,  well  located, $2,500.
Over 8 level acres, -mostly
clear, convenient location. Offers are invited near $10,000
with  low down payment.
We have a few choice W-F
lots on sheltered water, all
services. Details on request.
Strategically located 37 acres
has 1500' hwy. front., gentle
southern slope, creek. Terms
on $30,000.
Retirement Special! Desirable 4 room cottage with a
view up the Sound, ilcvel lot
and close to P.O., shops. Full
price only $15,000.
Comfortable older 2, bdrm.
home on view lot. Convenient
to shops, beach etc. Nico,
grounds. $11,000" cash.
Gibsons, B.C.
Phone 886-2000
room family home with fantastic view. Has new full con-
rete basement with rough-in
for plumbing, could be a good
revenue or inlaw suite. See
this to'day. Full price $17,500.
Here is a beautiful Motel or
Apartment .sight in the heart
of Gibson's—All offers considered.
$6,000 down will put you in
a near new home. Balance on
ea_=-y terms. Check with us.
large lots fronting on Pratt
Road with additional access
from two side roads. Land has
been cleared, now grown up
with small alders, quite easily
disposed off. A good level development property, very well
located. F.P. $7,000.
neat clean well kept, one
bedroom home, situated on a
very ' quiet residential street,
in a central location. Excellent view6. New oil furnace. An
ideal retirement home. Full
Price $14,750. Terms possible.
Vince Prewer        886-9359
Lorrie Girard        886-7760
Wally Peterson     886-2877
Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.
where Ihe action is! Still
some lots left at prices from
$2,350 to $2,650, all services.
Act now.
lots   on   highway   as   low   as
$2,200.  Lovely  trees.
WANTED. View acreage on
Gambier    Island,    good    cash
available. Call Mr. White.
GIBSONS VILLAGE, a renovated OT house on large lot
(150x160). Located on Fletcher
Road, handy to all amenities.
$9,000 FP. if you can manage
$3,000 cash we might arrange
a purchase.
PRATT ROAD. Some attractive acreages, now fully serviced, Prices from $7,000, half
cash for 2'/i acre holdings. Also about 2 acres for $5,500
IIOUGH ROAD (near Pratt
Road and minutes from Sunnycrest). Here i.s a rebuilt
home on 2,5 acres of level
land, cleared, good soil, partly
in garden & lawns. High pitch
shake roof gives this place an
Old World Charm, and rewiring for 220 service, Aiito oil
hoat, EHW, elect range etc,
provide a New World atmosphere. Heatilntor FP In Lit.
two bedrooms, big kitchen and
utility. $1(1,500 FP.
Owner says sell, Loveily home
.surrounded with gardens, patios and lawns, also orchard.
House well positioned on 2,r>
acrcs some view, Interior features largo panelled , living
room with acorn FP, three
bedrooms, Asking $20,500 on
Now Is the time to look n-
round for n sito for your Hummer home. Enquire about listings in Sandy Hook nnd
Tuwanckt, wo have' WF and
View lots, all services.
Real Estate & Insurance
Gibson.-., B.C.
Phone   11110-24111
llkhnrd V. Keiinett
Notary Pul.lle
— centre Sechelt—highway
location, level and cleared. All
services available. Box 1104
Peninsula Times. 1104-tfr
BY OWNER — 60 ft. watcT-
front lot, West Sechelt, over-
•looking Trail Islands. Cleared
ready for building. Phone 885-
2416 or write Box 562, Sechelt,
B.C. 5501-tfn
APPROX 21 acres prime fu-
ture residential property, elevated, view, lane access, close
to new subdivisions,. mainly
bush. Sechelt Village. $30,000,
will sell block or 5 acre lots.
_Cash._Box__310_ The Peninsula
Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn
Phone Mr.  Good 263-4993
collect  or  736-5933
For fast service on  all  properties and businesses..
Don would be pleased to have
his friends drop in to see him
or phone him at his office.
885-2235 or at his home, 885-
Look, for Don's Picture
Box 128, Sechelt, B.C. .„
Phone 885-2235
_ • I.
UNDEVELOPED acreage wtd.
on Sunshine Coast. Principals only. Please write Box
5480 Peninsula Times, Box
310,   SecheUt. 5480-1
WANTED to buy — Used ~Z
bedroom mobile home. Send
details, price etc. to Box 5500
Peninsula Times, Box 310,
Sechelt. 5500-51
„Custom  Manufacturing to
your requirements.
Free Estimates—24 hr. Phone
.3385 (rear) kingsway,
Phone 434-3756
Sechelt,   with   fridge,   stove
and carpet. Available November 15. Ph, 885-2862.    5438-tfn
MIDDLE aged or retired couple only. 1 bedroom, utility
rm.    near    Pender    Harbour.
Davs 922-5040. Eves. 922-0874.
ONE   bedroom   cottage,   furnished,  waterfront, West Sechelt,  Prefer  middle  aged  or
retired  couple.   Ph.  885-9570.
Community Hall. Contact
Mrs. Diane Anderson, 885-
2385. 5455-1 fn
OLDER lady seeks for a per-
. son to share her wotcrfront
home. Moderate rent. Write
Box 502, Sechelt, B.C. 5444-51
IMMEDIATE occupancy. Two
bedrom duplex, Davies Bav.
885-2116. 5464-tln
TWO bedroom home, WW car-
pct,   electric   heat,   garage,
close beach & post.office. Qib-
sons. $125 month. 8S6-2881.
ONE -bedroom-fum.shed~l.oir.c-
for  rent  at  Roberts  Creek.
Box 5452. Box 310, The Times.
NEW house for rent on Kent
Road,   Bargain   Harbour.   3
bedrooms. Oil hot water heating. Ph. 112-883-2481.    5506-51
WIGARD block' — 2 bedroom
apartment,   slove   &   fridge
included. Phone 885-9345.
DO   YOU    requite   part-time
book-keeping,       statements,
balance    sheets.  Personal   income tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.
TILUCUM Chimney Service.
Eaves cleaned and repaired.
Painting, gardening, janitor
service, odd jobs etc.-'All work
guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.
885-2191 preferably evenings.
EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic __ textured, ceilings, now
in Gibsons area and serving
the Peninsula. Free Estimates.
Fast service. Phone G & W
Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-tfn
. ajl ____  '	
YOUNG experienced baby sitter available.  Evenings and
weekends. 885-9525.       5504-50
-LANDSCAPING     —     Fence
post   hole   drilling.   Garden
ploughing.  Ph.  886-7126.
CHUCKS painting & decorating. Guaranteed  work,  reasonable rates. 885-2375.
WOMAN    35    wants    to    do
housework bv the hour. Ph.
885-2885. 5491-50
RELIABLE baby sitter wanted   to   li\-s_   in.   Phone  884-
5377. 5404-50
_       ..— .a——.,.—,.    ,-. --    -..   ■      - ■*    ..'i.-——
MATURE lady companion for
older couple, board & room
plus small  remuneration.  Ph.
885-2437. 5502-50
SALES vacancy fr best yet
home care products in Sechelt area. Full or part time.
Good earnings. Write Box 517,
Gibsons, B.C. 5481-51
COUPLE require trailer, reas-
- onable for cash. Also small
building suitable for workshop.  885-2809. 5497-50
_F~C__INkEI. built boat. 6._"
beam, Ford V8 flat head. 1-,
single bank, sturdy, seaworthy
vessel. May be viewed at
May's wharf or Phone 885-
2335. 5457-51
NEW 17' K. & C.
With 115 HP. Evinrude. full
house typo top. Depth sounder, extras. Cruises over 30 kn.
A $4000.00 value for only
$2995.00. Trailer optional, $575.
NEW 14' K. & C.     ~ "
With 40 HP el. $1931. With 60
HP $2195.
__—USED-16- 4^-K.- &-C.	
80 HP electric Mercury, New
Upholstery,   Ride-guide   steering. $1050.
50 HP Viking, $275;  Controls
avail. $50.
at Pender Harbour
1965  2010 John   Deer  Winch.
canopy  and  arch,  $4800 or
closest  offer. 5473-51
acting  for Ewart McMynn Realty,   ,,
Gibsons, B.C.
Phone 886-2248 or 886-2877 EVENINGS
—    Free Appraisals with Listings    —
WlacGregor Pacific Realty Ltd.
00' Wotcrfront;  West  SechHt foclna Troll  Island,  Fruit  Trees;
This unique building •.Ho offered at $1 1,000 F,l\
700'   Watorfront;   Saroant   flny—Sechelt   Areo,    13   ocro*.   wllh
<.00" oi1) Redrooff Rood: 557,000 torn.*.,
30'  Wotcrfront   -level  to beqeh  oil  serviced;   on  paved   road,
central location-Gibsons; $7,000,00 P.P.
Jack While
Ken Croshy
Jay Vi,.M-!i*
Mr. D. Good -- 688-8796 or 736-5933
Mr. G.  Knowles — 291-2881  or 298-0541  cvcninn_
l.or(|i* City Lol; suitable lor duplex or: F,P, $5,000,00,
Imagine a homesite wllh a beautiful view o| Kcaf. Island and
the Gull ol Georgia. This I*. Seaview Estates, a small modern
u.lxllvKlon of only 13 lot. 7 only available.; this Is o perfect
spot to iMJlIri your dreom homo for retirement. Only 50 minutes
by ferry Irom Vnncouvor. loigo lots, oil underground service*.,
cnblevl.lon, closa to ..hoppln--* ond Gibsons Marina,  Price*.  Irom
$3500 ami .i-> with good terms.
Let ui help you r.otl your homo, loir., acrcago or woterlront
propcrtl*..*!. We hove, tho client*, wllh ca-.li, for oil lypoi of proper-
tie*, on tho Sun.hlno Con*>l. Wo olr.o <lo appraisals to help you
arrive at Market Value. Coll us for any advice «>n year R-'--l
Estate*. Needs,.
MacGregor Pacific Realty Ltd.
685-3133  -Vancouver direct
John L. Dlack-006-7244 or 886-7316
C. A. Peter Aelbcrs—886-7244 or 886-2991
Selma Park Division
J. W. (Jock) Anderson—885-2323 or 885-2053
Phone 883-2266
'64 OLDS Super 88. Automatic,
4 dr. HT. Elec. windows &
seats,  new   rubber,   like  new
condition. Ph.  880-9575.
1965 6 Cylinder Pontiae. Good
condition. One owner. Radio, 6 new tires on rims. Upholstery as new. 886-7564.
'64   FOUR door Chev.  stand-
arcU6r- Radio,   42.000' miles.
$795. Ph. 883-2505. 5443-51
'62   FORD  pick-up  truck   for
sale.   *_   ton. '63  Chevy  II.
885-9735. 5485-52
'56   DODGE   318   V_KadIo.   4
door sdn. Good shape, $150.
Ph.   112-883-2734., 5484-52
16.2 hands, 5 years old,
speedy, gentle, well trained,
excellent jumping prospect. *,.*
Arabian V_ Apalusa, 14.1
hands, does well in games.
Large Buckskin, 16.3 hands,
strong & spirited. Full arah,
no papers, 14.1, perfect conformation, gentle, intelligent.
Roalcogor Ranch, 883-2602.
GOOD riding horse and  foal.
885-9312. 5445-51
VICINITY of Smith road —
Y.M.CJ.A. Road in Langdale,
large Siamese male (nuturcd)
cat. Friendly named Co-Co.
Reward of $25 offered. Please
call Mr.s. Ingcr Nielson 886-
2601, Dr. Peri-y 886-7313 or
Mrs. M. Freer 886-2555. Co-Co
belongs to Chris & Margie
Christienson   of  Langdale.
YOUNG   black   male   poodle,
$50. Ph. 885-9797.        5450-51
IF IT'S suits — it's Mdrgans.
885-9330, Sechelt, B.C. •
^OR Electrolu:. supplies phone
885-9474. 4769-tfn
THE - TIMES Bookstore. Sechelt has a good selection of
Canadiana Reference & hobby books. Also classic paperbacks. Govt, books include
Birds of Canada, $12.50. Gaz-.
etteer of Canada, $7.50. Phone
885-9654. 5417-48
TRAVEL trailer, Shasta 21  ft
s.c. Movie camera & lights.
Film  editor,  all  as  new.  Ph.
"8-.>9570. ~--_544.-49~
CABINET shower; table saw;
3"_ hp air cooled motor; 5
hp outboard; dishwasher, used
1 month; 4 spool gurdies; 6
evl. Ford motor. Ph. 883-2417^
•   5474-51
$20 a cord, split, delivered,
stacked.   Carf"'&   Jesse.   885-
9705. 5482-52
ALDER firewood $10. Pick up
load, delivered. Ph. 886-9567
FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices
and all commercial printing,
contact tbe Times office at Sechelt or phone 885-9654.
Telefunken, magnetophon 4-
track professional stepphonic
tape recorder. Track mixing
control, enclosed speakers, two
microphones, stereo head
phone, splicing .and cleaning
kit. Worth over $400 and in
excellent condition for $225.
Phone 885-9654
Don would be pleased to have
his friends drop in to see him
or phone him at his office.
885-2235 or at his borne, 885-
Look for Don's Picture
Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.
Phone 885-2235
BLACK miniature male poodle   2M-   months.   Innoculntcd
&  registered. Ph, 885-2019,
FOR SALE (Continued)
STEWING  fowls for sale 50c
each   (Poultry   Farm)   885-
9978. 5459-49
chairs. Ph.
drop leaf. walnut
set, upholstered
WANTED.  Good  homo  for
horse. Ph. 11116-7729.
MANUAL clutch for Brigg.s &
Slratton    boat    motor,    Ph,
112-HH3-237H. , 5494-50
DK LUXE spring horse wanted in good condition. Phono
8115-9512. 549ll-.r)0
PIANOaS   - Tuned, repulrcd &
n-flnlsh.'d        professionally,
Ph. 11115-1)1139. 5410-lfn
QUANTITY   household   furnishing very reasonable. 885-
2184 or call at  1281  Mermaid
St.. Sechelt. 5488-50
GRUNDIG    Fleetwood   stereo
in excellent condition, $100.
886-2258. 5489-50
_WALNUT__drossi.ng __table._ mir- _
ror & 9 drawers. 6 months
old.  $70.   Eleetrie  toaster,  $7.
- Ph. 886-2513. 5505-50
LARGE crib  with new mattress,   also   box   spring   for
large bed. Ph. 885-12306.
DOUBLE    bed,    spring    and
mattress.    Good    condition.
Also    wringer    washer.,   885-
9552. 5507-50
SAWS — Skil Sabre, new condition. $20. Fury 7^" circular   $10.   New   Sand-Vik   8P
hand $3.  885-2896.        5509-50
305 YAMAHA motorcycle; 350
BSA scrambler.  The  rental
shop,   Davis   Bay.   Ph.    885-
2848. 5514-50
Paint — Fibreglass — Rope --
Canvas — Boat Hardware
Compressed air service for
skindivers air tanks.
Skindivers available for
salvage work.
Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.
Used Chain Saws
from $90 to $125
Used Outboards:
HP Johnson   $100
4  HP  Elgin* ■■...-..— :
3.5  HP  El$n   ..:	
Phone 885-9620
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SECHELT VILLAGE No.  1743 and 1737
2 _ood, dry, level ond( cleared lots, eoch for $4000 with low
down  poyment   and  good   term*.,  Call   Peter   Smith,   885-9463.
Exceptional woter view lol In now homo subdivision, overlooking
Troll Islands. Note the largo size I00'xl50'. F,P. $5950. Call
Don Hadden, 885-9504.
Largo lot, oentlo western slopo, some trees In a quiet area-
potential view, F.P, $4000. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463,
WEST SECHELT ' No.  1825
Over ono ocre on Highway 101 with Insulated 2 bedroom homo;
good vlow of tho Islands. F,P. $13,900. Call Don Hadden,
In Land Hecordlng Dlslrlct
of Vitn-ouver and nituutc* within the hnniidurl.'*. of tlio VII-
|a|'.« of (ilb.wiiH,
Tnlu- notice* thnt thl* Villago
of Cilbnon*. nf ("Ib.'onM, JVC,
occnpntlon, rnnnl.'lpi.l corporation, Intend*, to apply for a
lorn;.' of tlu* following doscrlh
ed  liuid-i:-
l.lo.l. 2, of Dliitrlct Lot 0114,
Group 1 N.W.D., Plan 4*1311,
nnd containing 4,51 iici'ci,
more or lr*.:i,
Tin* ptirpo**1* for which llu*
ili'.|*ii:*!li!*h In I'l-ijiilrcd In 1111111-
k'lpul  -M\«l  "H'hool purpotH-s*,
Vllli-l',0   of   Gibson**.
D, John-iton, Municipal Clerk
Dated Ocloher 11, 1070,
aVW-iii....  Nov.   .,  II,   1070
$11,900 F.P,, good 2 bedroom home, A/oll furnace, stone fireplace, new kitchen, Walk to Marina; 5 miles to Sechelt, To view
coll Potor Smith, 885-9463,
4,77 acres suitable for hobby farm; build your own log cabin
retreat among tho tall trees, Ilydio and phono M-rvIco available.
Cash price $6500, Coll Don Hodden, 885-9504,
Box 128, Secholt
Phono 885-2235
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Check tire  inflation pressure regularly, including the  spare.  Tires   should   bo   inflated  to   factory  re-'-onimended   pressures.   Over   inflation  caases rapid  wear in the centre of the  trcac*^ Tires thatare under inflated will  "wear, rapidly" on "the shoulders.  If'3*oii are using last year's studded  tires again this winter, be sure that the  tire is mounted so that the rotation is  in the saine direction as last year. For  example, i"L", last year the tire was on  the right side and this time is mounted  on the left -.side, the rotation will be  reversed, Studs become sealed with  driving and reversing the rotation of the  lire may cause the studs to fly out.  Studded tires should always be marked to  indicate which side of the car they were  on."  Erich Segal,' explaining why he did  not v-rite any sex scenes into his best-  selling novel Love Story: "Two is love.  Four���adding the writer and reader���is  an orgy."  Wednesday, November 11, 1970     The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  A A:  *    - A      J      "5    *   *.   tA*    * ��� ��� i" * *���*?,      '  *>****"  __(*  Mr. and Mrs. Maftin Mullen  October 10th . . .  ullen-LePage united  in double-ring ceremony  ON October 10th, in St. Mary's Catholic  Church, Gibsons, B.C., Father D. Kenny officiated at a double-ring ceremony,  uniting in marriage Catherine Ann LePage and James Martin Mullen, eldest  son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Mullen of  Hopkins Landing,  B.C.  The bride, Oldest daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Hector J. LePage ofGibsons, was  given in marriage by her father. Her  bridal gown was of white fortrel crepe  with high waist and sheer puff sleeves  featuring delicate lace. Daisies and ribbons were entwined in the bride's hair  J!,i.,     t'<*Aa,aa,,..,.fH..aWa ,/* ~.i ��� U .'-',Tk���! .   .   ..I <.._.. *F,.. t a..aA  ere�� Headphon  With the purchase of any  component system  Also Available:  Portables, Consoles, Turntables,  Speakers, Headphones and  Accessories.  lalfl*  886-7117  Gibsons  and she carried a bouquet of white carnations and pink ribbon.  Maid of Honour was the bride's sister  Miss Mary LePage, gowned in mauve satin with contrasting lace, and carrying a  bouquet of white carnations and mauve  ribbon.  Best man was Mr. Gerald Ward. Mr.  Benjamin LePage, brother of the bride,  was usher.  Reception was held in Roberts Greek  Community Hall whre Rev. D. Kenny  proposed the toast to the bride. Decorations of streamers and paper carnations  made a pretty setting for the reception  and the bridal party., greeted guests under a beautifully decorated archway. The  bride's basket of flowers had been arranged by Mrs. R. F. Bennie.  Mrs. LePage was gowned in a crepe  dress of royal blue with check coat,  black accessories and pink carnation  corsage.  Mrs. Mullen chose a coral dress with  matching stole and white carnation cor-  .'s-ige.  The groom's godparents sent a telegram.  The honeymoon was spent at Whistler Mountain and for travelling the bride  chose a moss green coat with matching  skirt and  black knee boots.  Out of town guests included: Mr. and  Mrs, Everett Thompson; Mr, and Mrs.  John Thompson, Quesnel, B.C.; Mr. and  Mrs, Leo J, LePage; Miss Penny LePage;  Mr. Gary Mohns, Vancouver; Mr. and  Mrs, B. Mullen and Karen; Mr. and Mrs.  J. Harlow and Lauren; Mis. G. Harris;  Mr. and Mrs. .1. Griffith and family; Mr.  and Mr.s, D, R. Chippendale; Mr. hnd Mrs.  H. S, Cooper, Vancouver.  Psychological dwnrftm.- can annihilate  monstrous Odds,  /  y  V  a.^V^A.I/^^W^'^^U***'*  _aAa_-r*i.l��.U*-* ���**�������� *�����%���  u  ���*'.  Nov  Nov  Nov  Nov,  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAID  ��� This frco reminder of comlno ovonts Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct lor frco listings, specifying "Dato  Pod". Plca-o ncito that spaco is limited and somo qdvanca dates may  havo to wait their turn; also that this is a "'reminder" Ifstlng only ana  cannot always carry full detolls,  tiiflflnnwyiMw^^  II���II  a.m. Remembrance Day Services ot all cenotaphs,  12 2 p,m, St. Hilda's Hall, Secholt. Hosp, Auk, Mcetlno.  12���7:30 p.m, Welcome Beach Holl, Film Show, SwiUcrlond.  12���fl  p.m.   Roberts  Creek  Community   Hall,  Community  Assn.  Monthly Mcetlno.  Nov,   13 ��� 6 p'rri,-9 p,m. Sunnycro*.! Plora, Gibsons. Ski Swap,  Nov.  13-0 p,m, Sechelt  Indlqn Holl.  (lingo.  Nov.   M"-~7 p.m. Sechelt  Legion Hall, Secholt Hospital Aux, Annual  [lanqoot, "  Nov,   14-10 o,m,*l   p,m,  St,  Dart's Hall,  Gibsons,  Jobies  Rummage  Salo,  Nov,   16--2  p.m.   Gibsons  Health  Centre  O.A.P.O.   No,   30,   Regular  Mcfitlna. and election ��( officers. I  Nov.   17--B  pm   Garden  Ooy  Restaurant.   Pender  Harbour  ft   Dist.  Chamber ol Commerce Meelino (allows annual dinner,  Nov,  111���7:30 p.m, Gibsons Calvary Ooptlst Church,, Mrs, Den Gullison  ���.peaking about  India.  Nov,   l8~-Leglon Holl, Madeira Pork. Hospital Auxiliary Meeting,  Nov, 20���8 pm, St, Hlldo'*. Hall Sechelt, 5 C. Arts Council General Mlo.  Nov, 20    7 p.m. Community Hall Madeira Pork,  Fisherman'.** Homo-  rnnilno.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  -4&  Multiple. Lilting 5ervl.��  Voncouvor Real Eitata  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 128, Secholt. B.C.  A.    ._/"  I"W|^'*^i'*��Wf��***!'*|!*ft---"    j  . ,rp_��ii/4s -*-*-  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda's, Sechelt. Family Eucharist 9:30  o.m. (2nd ond 4th Sunday). Holy Eucharist  every Sundoy at 8'a.m.; 9:30 a.m. (1st ond  -3rd). Every-Thursdoy ot 10 a.m. - Evensong  at 7:30 p.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday).  St. Mary's, Gar-en  Bay. Holy Eucharist���  11:30 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sunday).  Egmont.   Holy   Eucharist���2  p.m.   1 st  and  3rd Sunday).  Church  of His Presence���Redrooffs.  Evensong���3    p.m.    ever    2nd    Sunday.    Holy  Eucharist���3  p.m.  every 4th Sunday.  Priest���Rev. D. Popple, Sechelt 885-9793.  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service 11 a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ���- 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico -��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highwcy)  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  MERMAID AND TRAIL, SECHELT  PARK ROAD, Gl BS_ON_S   Sunday School Sechelt 10 o.m.  Church Service 11:15 o.m.  Sunday���School Gibsons 9:45 a.m.  Church Service Gibsons 7 p.m.  ..  PAJSTOR, Mr. R. ALLABY  Phone 886-2932  AllJWelcome  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  ���St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services-9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United '  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rey. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  )    ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069 �����,  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Grondview Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 or 886-2945  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDEitS  G. CROWTHER  * CARPENTER *  For All Types of Carpentry Work  call 883-2746  R.R.  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywoll acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  -   JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance, Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  ��� EXPERT FINISHING ���  Alterations - Additions - Kitchen ond  Bathrooms a Specialty  RAY CRAWSHAW  RR 1, Sechelt, B.C. - Phono 885-2198  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All Kinds of Concrete Work  Albert Ronnbcrg 886-2996  BUBLP.r.G SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN, TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sl.es, Timber and Plank, Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood.   Wo   deliver   on   lho  Sunshino Coast.  Check Our Prices Delora Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  13-1? Mitchell Road, Richmond, B,C,  Phono 321-2380  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 006-2000  When You Nc<*d Duildlnn Supplier-  Give, Uu A Coll  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAEiERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Speclali*.!** . Pino Custom I'urnll.ir,.  Storo ond Roilouront Fixtures.  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchen-, ond Bathroom*  In nil prlco ronae*-*.  R BIRKIN  0cod. Avo., Robortt Crook, D.C,  Phono 886-2551  Use these spaces to  roach nearly 10,000 people  every week!  Only $5,45 per month  THE TIMES - Phone 885-9654  coNTRACTroes  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt B.C.  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9767  PK RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Grovel - Fill - Top Soil - Bulldozing  Loader - Backhoe - Trucks  Phone 883-2240  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taping and Filling by hand and machine  ���Spray Tex Sparkle Ceilings���  Phone 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  -ELECTHICIAMS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Lino Work  Phono 886-7244  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477  FUEL  c  ANADIAN  ROPANE  Serving  the Sunshino Coast with reliable ond  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Waler.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Secholt,  B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Dlf.nl Repairs - Welding  Evlnrudo Soles - OMC Parl-i <"-, Servico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C,  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY Wlirn.FR  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  086-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FUHWACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIDSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment ��� Honk InteroM  Jen year*, lo pay  Compl..|~ line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 00-.-272Q  .'fA-f.DHESSEi'S  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op ���Store  Gibsons 886-2322  MEATE&G, �����SE-___._T METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Indi_j5trial  Telephone 885-9606 7  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No dbvyn payment  Phone 885-9494  ���MEfliTOR SEUVfCE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Woxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  REASONABLE RATES  J<EN C. STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibson*}, B.C.  lyjACHflftSE SHOP  At tho Sign of thc Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc ond Acty Welding  -'Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repoirs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Res 886-9956, 886-9326  lARI^AS  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinrudo O.M.C. - K&C Thcrmoglass - Sunlincr  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Also Plumbing Fittings and Fixtures.  Pender Harbour - Phono 883-2266  f^Uf-SEHY  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  SUNSHINE CoXsf HIGHWAY  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Tree*. - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mow  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for ., ���  Landscaping and Trees  Phono 886-2684  0-PTOfV8ETHf$T   FRANK  E,  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUilBlMG  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Plpeflltlng - Stcomflttlng  Hot Wator Heating - Pipe Lagging  '    FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 086-7017 oi 086-2848  HEt-WALS  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at  Davis Bay  'Wc Rent Almost Everything)"  885-2848 or ov. 885-2151  RESORTS  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All .'lectrlc cobin*.. (tool rcnlnl-.,  Launching Romp,  Mercury Outboard Solo*, ond Servlcn.  Mnrlne Woyn, Repair*.,  083-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  RESTAURANTS  EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Open 9 a.m. to tho last Ferry  Homo Cooked Canadian ond  European Dishes  JOE AND MARY FRASER  RETASe. STGHES  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY ~  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street,JSechelt  SEWING ^MACHINES'-',  UNSHINE    Bernina & Omega  .EWING  ERVICE       Sales, Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt. B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TA3CI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour  B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast* Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Avallablo  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L, HIGGS  Phono 885-9*425  TRANSFER       _'  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving. Packing, Storogo  Pocking Materials For Solo  Member of Allied Von Line*,  Canada's No. I Mover-  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  WAREHOUSES  Secholt 885-2118 - Gibsons 086-2173  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to onywhetrt in Canada,  Gcnorol Freight.  Low-boil ond heavy  houllnp  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  R.*��.pho|',t,*rlng ��� Rc.lyllnn . Complete Drapery  Service ��� Sample*.- ".bown In tho home*  Phono 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2073  Your Duslne*,', Card  In this space will  rror.h nearly  10,000 people!  Low cost - High power'  'I  - _._- 4, a. j* ��- a_.  - a- ..a. a._a,j*. + a*a.^~.**��a*.#*4* a.   'Aa*  * ** * * * ,   " �� A', * J* ./// '   */   I /   '*  4/-  '/  '  I t a' .' Kt f t f *a- f  r /   '. '��'  <F A.       a...      jlJtrJiy  a  t \Xtt lit (it,/rttrrt '*/*<.   a  , A A Af a, A/a/ ,  * J t J  * Af  ,      'a-/-.*.  ,/���  "a'tA.,f*jr*,.fitrjifs ,i,.yi Ajtf, ,'. . - - I * *  PogeA-4  The Peninsulo Timea      Wednesdoy, November ll, 1970  **********^****��*'*******niii^��*a,i*ywy*,*iprn*****'P*'"  THE PENINSULA^jfc^^��^  7 may bc wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John A.j_ins  Dougla. G. Whu_xer, Editor  JUU_*_T��llTUina-af-_*UManaW,-W-VV^  T^vt.:. ��� j*t -* ..,|;  '"V-,.      -*aH.-t  ,   >* aa-WaJaB^   ��- .   a'  ��**' "\L'^A'  - A>\AAV  **    . v ��. > A_"V  . --  (��<_���_ W-B��-"�� -tBa�� ae.lo__ is  Paul  St.  Pierre  Letter from  Parliament Hill  WITH  soaring costs of materials and  labour it is becoming increasingly  obvious that, regardless of past prejudice,  . mobile _ homes. arc.Jast _b_.com ing_ an  accepted way of life with more- and more  local authorities having to revise bylaws  in order to accommodate such change.  During the past two years a number  of trailer park developers have indicated  interest in the area but in most cases  have been mainly interested in development within village boundaries. This has  posed a problem due to confliction with  existing bylaws. The same situation applies to a lesser degree within the Regional District for recent rezoning and  planning bylaws have, to some extent,  limited-development of that nature.  While it might appear that a trailer  or mobile home park could locate away  from established communities, it must be  borne in mind that residents of mobile  homes, like most other people, prefer to  have easy access to stores, schools and  other facilities. Therefore the demand is  for sites in proximity to a built-up area.  Appreciating the need and financial  potential of good mobile home communi-'  tics, Council of Gibsons is already  holding planning meetings with a view  to providing suitable areas for this type  of development. Thc matter was, at one  time, brought before Council of Sechelt  but little if any action has yet been  pursued.  One of the objections in the past to  trailers, and mobile homes, was the fact  that owners, while availing themselves of  local schools and other services, did not  pay taxes. This is a changing situation  and what was overlooked was that the  property owner paid substantial taxes  which naturally were recovered through  space rentals. Further, whether a family  resides in a house or mobile home, it  still pays for power, water, phone and, in  fact, contributes to the district on an  equal basis.  This, of course, docs not suggest local  authorities go hog-wild and grant approval for these developments without  reasonable control. There are trailer  parks and trailer parks. Some a credit  to the community others a colossal cyc-  _sorc. _So far__wc_are fortunate onjhc  Sunshine Coast in that we do not have  any in thc latter category and there is  no reason why it should not bc kept that  way.  As an example of what can be  accomplished it is noted a 100 acre development on Vancouver Island, presently nearing completion, has all services���-water, electricity, cable television  and metered furnace oil���all underground, roads are paved, many trees  have been retained and other decorative  shrubs are to be planted by a professional landscaping firm. The company  behind the projects provides lots, with  100" frontage, plans a recreational centre  NOTE: This column was written after a  visit to the First World War battile-  fields during a visit to NATO meeting  in Brussels lasf July.  YPJ._.S ��� Sections of the First World  War battle lines were given, in  perpct-  _uity,_by__the people of_ France to thcjpco-_  p!c of Canada.  We have kept them clean but essentially untouched. Iron stakes and frag-  mesits of barbed wire remain between  the lines. -The trenches remain, changed  fior-i 1918 only by a covering of green  sod.  The men who trim thc grass sti..l occa-  sionu'ly find rifles, bones and uncxplod-  ed shells.  Three of us have spent a day travelling these memorial grounds as guests of  the Commonwealth War Graves Commission���-Pat Mahoney of Calgary. Gerald Laniel of Valleyfield, Quebec and  myself.  It is hard to know what to say about  that terrible war. After Armistice, it is  said that a German delegate said to Cle-  COSTLY though it might be, it has become increasingly obvious the Regional  district is here to stay and with it has  come water for areas previously in dire  straits, garbage service, street lighting  where requested and, perhaps, most important���zoning and planning   It would be foolish to discount any  one of these functions for in one way  ami another they all spell "progress" and  already their establishment has been followed by considarblc activity and development,  Wc have in thc past questioned many  activities of the Board and occasionally  individual directors. However, this is not  any attack against the concept of  Regional District, Wc have consistently  stated such an authority is needed to  provide thc very necessary services. At  the same time, we have never hesitateo  in opposing bureaucracy whenever it has  showed signs of rearing its ugly head.  Whether it be council, school board or  regional district, there i.s always the odd  one who shows dictatorial propensities.  However, this is not really a serious problem for thc general public invariably  takes care of the situation at .subsequent  , elections. .  What has to be faced up to is the  fact that with progress comes expenditures for, most assuredly, we get nothing  for nothing.  In the case of the Regional Board,  largest permanent expenditure to date is  quite clearly administration. As compared lo either of Ihe two councils which  have a permanent staff of un iidmlnislni-  lor and one clerical worker, ihe Regional  Board has, within three years, grown lo  two- rtilly qualified secretary treasurers',  mul lull lime and one pari lime clerical  worker, a building inspector, works  superintendent and works crew. At last  meeting il was agreed to obtain services  of a planner on a part lime bases and this  must inevitably develop into a lull time  for adults and a special park for children. ���  menceau  "What  will history say  about  r\.u���_-    :���_���    ...-ii    -���...j..          this war?" Clemcnccau answered  mercilessly "Histbry will not say that Belgium  invaded Germany."  But the bit'^rress .:>������<-���--'*<������  German students now come to France  and Belgium each year to repair the ^raves of their own and other nations' soldiers and they place wreaths on the graves of French partisans who were shot by  "the Germans in the Second World War.  For Canadians who see this fantastic  killing ground for the first time it is a  deeply moving experience.  Vimy Ridge is the main Canadian  memorial park. Two shafts of clean white  stone, imported from Yugoslavia, stand  at the -lip of a small hill which overlooks  the slag heaps of the coal mining towns  on the plain.  On its base are written the names of  some 11,000 Canadians who were killed  but never identified. These, of course,  we have already met in the graveyards  which march along the old front lines of  that war.  The War Graves Commission has always been particularly careful to keep  identifications exactly as they were made  by the burial parties or by those who  transferred bodies later.  Thus on the stones which do not have  the man's name���and there are many,  many���the inscription reads "Canadian  Soldier, Known Unto God", or "Canadian  Corporal. Known Unto God" or "Five  Canadian Soldiers, Known Unto God."  Walking down the rows of pOain oval-  topped stone slabs, the inscription recurs  again and again, monotonous as the shape  of the headstone itself.  A section of the original Canadian and  German. trenches have been preserved  on the lower slope of Vimy Ridge. Thoy  have been altered only by the replacement of the old sandbags by cement  blocks cast to shape by being poured  into bags. An immense mine crater lies  between the two lines, which are little  more than a 100 feet apart.  Below, in thc limestone which underlies this country to the channel and beyond into Kent, England, are miles of  caves which our sappers cut. Some left  their names cut into thc soft white rock.  Rusted Lee Enfields, picked up by the  sickles of thc French workers who trim  thc  grass and keep  the  flowers on  the  Other* services will include; saunas,  exercise area, hobby rooms and a hhl.1 for  general get-togethers. Eventually some  three hundred families will occupy the  park. A-  It takes little imagination to viualize  the affect on the economy of an area  such as this with a development of that"  nature. It might be argued that we are  not yet ready for a centre of this magnitude, particularly with a lack of industry,  but when it is considered the population  has jumped from 6,000 to an estimated  15,000 within a few years it would seem  a need does exist.  _. -Regardless of industrial lack, the  area, as we have frequently stated, will  develop at an accelerating pace and when  one drives around and sees the number of  subdivisions established and under development, new businesses and shopping  centres, hospital doubling in size, senior  eitizens homes expanding, more classrooms and larger schools; then it is  fairly obvious we arc growing at a tremendous rate.  The onus rests with municipal councils to seek a share of the action by adopting a progressive outlook and planning  for the future.  ��Ely  sadly overlooked, or neglected, would appear to be that of the building inspector  who, it seems,"* is expected to cover an  area some fifty or more miles in length.  Wc have criticised the fact that there  have appeared to be two sets of standards. It has in turn been explained that  the general area is so spread out that it  is virtually impossible for the inspector  to even hope to carry out his duties efficiently.  When one drives around some of the  rather more obscure side roads as well as  the prominent areas, it becomes quite  apparent that even two qualified building*  graves, are stacked down in  the lime-  inspectors would bc fully occupied in  irdcr to competently cover thc entire  regional district.  We do not propose to set ourselves up  as messiahs, neither do wc have aspirations in regards to supreme authority,  but wc do suggest our regional directors  have failed to see, or recognize, thc direction in which staff expansion is most  needed. /  Checking standards of building is but  a small aspect of the position. There arc  a multitude of queries involving thc build-* would never be accept.  ing code, regulations, specifications, behind the lines, would  policies etc., not counting the establishment ol" planning and zoning regulations  which must inevitably involve subdivisions, Willi subdivisions literally  shooting up like mushrooms and substantial building expansion throughout  ihe entire area, it is quite evident, one  man cannot possibly execute his duties  efficiently, hence the frequent .suggestion  of double standards.  Again, wc say, Ihe regional district  is necessary but will prove expensive.  We cannot progress and grow any other  way, If the functions are to bc curried  out they should not bc done by half  measures, Therefore,' planning being an  extremely important innovation, there  should be no question of apathy or penny  position. Indeed, the secretary treasurer    Pinc,,inf." when people are  involved.  It  has made abundantly clear that qualified    ''  ���'"������ *'  help is required just tu answer questions  from the public.  One   department   which   has   been  Seehell  Jewellers  "A    ,V    -A-  Jowaflry  Watch &  Repairs  Phono  885-2421  PWmm0mmmm^iimmiimsuiqmw*ipili0!&iiti&  docs neither the Hoard nor building inspector any good when some individuals  are able lo thumb their noses al rules  and regulations while others face prosecution and have to abide by the book.  The PmimiJLAjmteA  l'litillshcd Wnlnc*.duy��� at *>ct*li_lt  on H.-.'.'j* Sumlilna CoaM  hy  Salirll IVnliitiiU Time*. I.Id.  Un* 310 - Seehell, IIC,  Intimitis (I. Wheeler, Editor mul Ptthlhher  Subscription Rule-,: (in ndvunct**)  I Year, $.1 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Ycnm, $13  U..S. nnd i'orclj-n. $5.50  Urvtng Ihe area from Port Mellon lo Eemtmi  (//<)���� Sound to Jervit Inlet)  stone caves. Thc wood of the guns has  rotted away entirely. There remain only  rusted   iron, sticks.  A booklet, distributed to tourists, tells  how four Canadian divisions moved up  these slopes In line in April or 1017 to  take the ridge. It also notes that there  wn.i lit tile secrecy in our preparations  and that Field Marshal Hnlg favored  drawing German reserves to this position  of the Western Frant in order to weaken  their .strength on other sections of the  lino.  Mr.   Mahoney   remarked   that   in   tin*  ago   of   television,   warfare   by   attrition  pttihlc.   The   public  see  too clearly  what  their soldiers endured,  To me, tho most disturbing I.i tin*  Newfoundland Memorial Pink on tin*  field of BendmoiU-IIamt.l.  There weren't many Newfoundlanders  there, There have never been many Newfoundlanders, But on those pitifully few  ynrds of the line, almost an entire gen-  end ion of Newfoundland men was killed  In a single afternoon,  St. alulien rcmetery On the Ypics Sullen! bus oriKimenliil trees, coiffed and  manicured nnd in stone, the hrnndliu;  figure of a Cnniidlim soldier, resting un  bis   upended  gun,  Mere Ih this old inedleviil town of Yp-  ii*s Ihe city mitre bus been restored In  perfection. The Cloth Merchant*. Guild  or old would approve.  But Mention Gate is pockmarked will*  .shell holes from the Second World War  However, moie than half u century  nfler the win* culled the Groat War, the  Helgh-i. poll--., continue to ulop all tml-  f|e at Ihe. Mi'iti.on Giili* every evenlnn,  while a buglei* |.Uiyn Uie l.iisl Post fur  tin; dead.  For wluil comfort there may be lo  vetori.i.M, the Cnni.dl.in memorials an  well preserved and have dignity,  The French and HeljilunH who v|-,i  Uio :<II.'*i (lu miml-iTi*., Is fur Kinder limn  Ciniiidliin) an* quid. They do nol llii'm-*  fliiui wrapper,*, on tho ground, They <l..  ilol -ipcnl, loudly id (lie iiouiorial  whoro lho idgnn ask  for ...|oii.*c  plcii.-.o,  For CiiiiikIiiiiii., it is a pity lhal ini-u*  of ii,*. cnn not wii.ll, thosi, gnitindri.  Thoy mo not innmiinentH lo war, Tin \  have none of lho viilgnrity of lho lin.-,**  iiu-nts and the souvenir stands which di  face the '��Uc of the I-..ttl<�� of Waterloo;  oulsldo  BiusiioIh,  Thoy   an*  quiet   plan*.  in which lo consider what n profound of  feci nil those dead mon have had on the  thnractcr ot lho Canadian nation,  '.        *- ' *V-<1: ^ .... -(i '4^~. r<jX}j  I     '-i- .]       ��� ������        '�����*-  t-'J-V,'     J*  I       v     ' ��   - ,        ���    j-** vS      .    *  ���      ,��� b     t. i -rv_ "  ti       Jl     .'Vs '.     -���_���--= -  _ i  }  JI  v  ���  *. -a,.-.  u  r,  o  c  Readers Right  Appreciated  Editor, The Times,  Sir: On behalf of thc Jack and Jill  Nursery School I would like to thank  you very much for the excellent coverage the Peninsula Times gave our little  school.  ' INGE HARRISON, Secretary  Open letter  Editor,  The Times,  Sir: Following is thc copy of a letter  sent to MLA Isabel Dawson by the B.C.  Government Employees Union, Powell  River Branch, protesting the fact that  the Government has seen fit to deprive  its employees of what has generally been  considered a -statutory holiday.  Dear Mrs. Dawson:  As spokesman for the over 100 government employees in your riding I feel  1 must protest the unfair situation in  which the Government has placed its  employees.  We havo received notification that  your government has unilaterally and  without discussion with its employees  deprived them of a statutory holiday  enjoyed by all employees of responsible  firms. I am referring to Boxing Day  which the government has chosen to  ignore   this  year.  Thc government must realize by now,  having just been through a strike at  the Wiilingdon Educational Complex, that  their employees are tired:  '��� Tired of being ignored by an employer who refuses to sit down and talk  with  them.  ���  Tired  of being  mistreated  and  mishandled by government and Depart ment  J_.  ���ff  '���/]  ___>->-_-_  -\  heads who have absolute powers.  ���Tired of working for substandard wages  and  conditions.  ��� Tired of having no rights but the  right to quit.  .-___.Tjired of having a collective begging  agreement with a civil service commission with no authority.  ��� Tired of being refused "binding arbitration although Provincial Labour Law  may  require it of other  unions.  ��� And tired of being treated as second  class citizens by an employer with no  interest in our welfare.  I trust you will give us the courtesy  of an immediate reply to let us, as  voters," know,, how you stand on these  and any other issues affecting government  employees.  R. G. Moore, President, B.C.G.E.U.,  Powell River Branch  Success drive  Editor, The Times.  Sir: The Gibsons Scouts and Cubs  wish to thank those who helped make  the recent Bottle Drive a success. Special  thanks to Super Value, Mr. J. Clements,  Mr. Bob Kelly and Mr. R. Stroshein for  their co-operation. Also thanks to the  Drivers, the Ladies who served the refreshments, Mrs. S. Trueman and the  Peninsula Times for their assistance and  especially the Donors.  Thc Gibsons Scouts will be selling  Christmas Trees and will be accepting  orders at 8S(i-9392.  Sechelt Grows  Connecting a maze of wires to new  switches in B.C. Tel's Sechelt central  office provides no problem to equipment installer Don Pack. The project,  the installation of 100 connector terminals, was completed last week at  a cost of ��� $8,000. B.C. Tel customer  service supervisor Bob Robertgon  says the switching equipment addition is a direct reflection of the  growth in the Sechelt area. Five years  ago there wer.^947 telephones served  by the Sechelt central office now-there  are 1418���an increase of 50%. . .  Lions CARS campaign. I would also take  this opportunity to ask that all who might  have forgotten, send in their contributions by this weekend, November 14th,  which will mark thc end of this year's  project  project..  Response has so far been very good  and a full report will bc issued in due  course.  NEIL CAMPBELL. Campaign Chairman  Sunshine Coast Lions  Club.  C,AR.S. campaign  Editor, The Times,  Sir: May I through the medium Of  the Peninsula Times express sincere  thanks to all who have so far assisted  with   donations   to  Ihe   Sunshino   Coast  L__**_l^tMMIi(JI* ���      -_�����*_-,..^���"�����L.ili!jW-C,J-l  J  WinteriieYegarlree  Free Safety Checks and  Estimates. Work Insured  and Guaranteed.  Peerless free Sense��  R.R. 1, Secholt, B.C.  Phono 885-2109  III     fli II llllll ��     llCf'llllla-.  c-ae.1  Sunililno  Coast Regional  Dli-  tticf rcqulr-i a  .      CLERK-  ,    STENOGRAPHER-  CASHIER.  For  Interview,  write Secretary-  'Trcotauror,   Sumlilno  Coa.t  Regional  District,  \<R   I, Sechelt,  U,C, or phono B05-2G38,  FOR LOANS.  SAVINGS and  ISURAiCE  consult our  Secretary Manager  Pender Harbour  Credit Union  Madeira  Park  883-2236  Credit unions offer a wide range of savings  plans paying most attractive rates of intercut,  lor example, Term, peposits now pay .tho  highest rates ever recorded in the history of  the British Columbia credit unions.  Take advantage of the rowings plans of your  credit union, It will be in your interest,  And remember, loo, all your savings nro  protected hy the Provincial Ctedit Union  Shore and Deposit Guarantee Fund,  Sunshino Coast Credit Union I Port IVIcllon Industries Credit Union  Secholt - Phono 885-9551 | Gibsons - Phono 886-2833  'Z$L*.a*^.*t,.4  >��AAaAaA ***** *����� A Jin A ^V^_ A^ ^yyvVvv<i%v)^V^4' j&S,/
"Wednesday, November 11, 1970   The Peninsula Times
Page A-S
Halfmoon Bay Happenings
—by Mary Tinkley
FILM Show at the Welcome Beach Hall dative   audience   when   a   special   film
on Thursday, November  12 offers a show was given for them at the Wel-
programme of five films of Switzerland, come Beach Hall last Friday, .sponsored
by courtesy of the Swiss Embassy. This by the Halfmooon Bay Recreation Com-
- is e.xpccted to be an excellent program- mission.
S^  EvervLd.° if ISL^*^ ^he programme included "Paddle to
35 cents. Everybody is welcome. the gea„( the story of a tfjy canoe carved
NEW ARRIVAL *'v an Indian b°y- The film follows the
Two  very   proud    grandparents    at {wm«*-y-ng*  of   the  canoe  along  rivers
Secret Cove are Mr. and Mrs. John Bry. through   rapids,  by  way  of  the  Great
nelsen  who  are   welcoming   their   first Lakes and out to the se^Also enjoyed
.....  .      . . _T . .       WAI-P—"nim*!—ftltVH- i>-nr."i.Ta|arma,—-Thai—Tina,..-
their son Dal and his wife Corinne at and the Mouse' and "Beep". The children
Lions Gate Hospital last Saturday. 2*0. hc,tped    serve refreshments    were
Sandra Jorgensen, Mary Connor, Sheila
CEREMONY Murphy and Elsie Kingston,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ellis have returned Films  were loaned  by the National
home after a visit to Edmonton where Film Board   and  projectionist   was  Mr
they attended a ceremony at the Royal Keith Comvn.
Alexandra Hospital when a record class
of  130  nurses graduated.  Among  them AUXILIARY
was Mr. Ellis' niece. Carol Wild, who has Woifm,,™, n,„ tt.-.,.,w_.i  a  „-.-      r i
^zzi^** ••",te Wi""- ^Th^X'-r^tr'S' No-
**n   U0SPliaJ- vember*2nd at the Rutherford home, an-
The ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis re- nounce that their next Thrift Shop duty
port, was most imprssive. Each graduate will be on December 5 for which dona-
carried an identical bouquet of 15 roses tions   will   be   gratefully   received.   De-
which looked striking against the snow- cember 7th is the date scheduled for the
white uniforms. The roses had been flown annual smorgasbord at the diome of Mrs.
in from Texas for the occasion. Ruby Warne, when officers for the corn-
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis had first driven to in£ ">'ea"** will be elected.
Calgary to pick up Mrs. Ellis'  mother, TM nnTP-.
89 year  old Mrs.  Louise  Bardahl  who ■*-»«"*«
„..._.. . ...                         .                                                           .                                                    accompanied   them   to  Edmonton.   They         Ml"S- Alan Greene announces that she
Kestaen.ia. warriors ...       *,       , * -. little knew  what kind  of journey  lay has *>0I»e new lines of "Save the Chil-
Tough little team in Division 7, the   ord this season: Pictured with their    ry Wilson, Carl Tom,  Daren Joe,   fries,- Tim   Johnson, Louie .* Tom,   ahead of them or they might have hesi- dien Fund" Christmas cards available.
Residential    Warriors   have   been    coach Alec Jackson are from left   Wesley Nelson    and Daniel'   Dan.   Georgie Leo, Tom Dick; Tim Nelson   tated aboul subjecting Mrs. Bardahl to       Ernie piper has sold his Redrooffs
*-1,J! —! '-—   —"" —      *—"•-  t__i_:_ t.—  t.-.-i.ia..i:—. t—      .......,...._    «.,..,   >-,—_   • .«,*_,_      »■_* -.   -- , sucn an experience. At Red peer they watorfront home  to  his neighbor,  Len
ran into a blizzard with winds of -5-50 Greenall. Mr. Piper is retiring and plans
miles an hour and ten inches of snow t0 move with his family to Mexico.
fell before they reached Edmonton. All  — 	
along the route there were cars in the
ditch but the Ellis' little Volkswagen
plodded on at a slow and steady pace and
reached Edmonton without mishap.
The return journey from Edmonton
was very comfortable with all roads in
good condition.
building up an'impressive goal rec-   front: Jackie Dan, Reg Phillips, Lar-   Standing:   Neil Grant, 'Wesley Jef-   and Jesse Jonesv   '*
The children- proved a  most appre-
Bloke C. Afderson D.C.
Post Office Building Sechelt
Phone 885-2333
Res. 886-2321
Ticsdoy to Friday 10:30 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
omn© §§i send see ©sir
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Ahcadywitafimp^iveregain Juvenile Soccer week-end results
Division 7, Sechelt Tee Men play a    STEADY down-pour prevailed during all    Creek 3.
fine game of soccer. Pictured from
David Johnson, David Kelly, Brian   spectators sought refuge in the
Phillips,  Ivor   .Joe, Tim    Bloxham,    the lads p'8^ a eood game.
Academic freedom
soccer games, this weekend but  that.         Divn 5:-Tiger Cats 0; Timbcrmeif 14. S0ME UnUed ^^ aca(]omi.
J\ft  are assistant coach John Kelly      is parl o£ lhe game and althougli most     -3raves '* »upor Valu 4. cinns fear that campus''.n4c.li-
spectators  sought  refuge   in  their  cars,          Divn 3:- Sechelt Legion. 1, Totems 3. gencc"   networks,   now   being
SCHEDULE:-  Games    scheduled  for .'scd. to identify, rcvolutionar-
Cort v Jnhn<r,n nnd n^nh T«rrt, Rnd • Sunday, November 15th: ics and hopefully head off stu-
Uei Iy Johnson and coach terry Rod- Weekend Results: * . ■" • dent violence, could inadver-
Way. Front: David Farewell, Gary Divn. 7:- Ken Mac Bombers 0; Chess- „ tDlv»*?£ Go"»e timo > P™: Chessmen tently lead to destruction or
Benner, Rick August, Trevor Paul, men 5. Res, Warriors 4; Local 297 0. Shop y Local0297aJ,G'bson2.- Tee[rM°n X,Wni'; academic freedom,
Wayne Goeson, Brad Rodway, Perry Easy 0; Tee Men 5. "orf at SccheU* Sho*° Ens*V Y Ken Mac at At the University of Calif-
Williams and Roy Ayris. Divn. 0:- Madeira Park 0; Roberts ™. * „ _, t. „ .... ornia, Los Angeles, for e.\am-
                                                                                                                                          Divn, G:- Game tin^ 2 pm. Madeira pie,   a   faculty  committee   on
Park V Cougas ot Madeira Park. academic    freedom     reported
Divn. 5:- Super Valu  V  Timbermen that     local     law-enforcement
at Gib.sons 1 pm. Braves V Tiger Cots at and   federal   authorities   alike
Sechelt 2 pm.      ; refuse to disclose, to the eom-
Divn,  3:-  Sechelt   Legion  V  Gib.sons mlttee their policies on undcr-
Legion,* Hackett  Park at 3 pm. cover  campus  agents,
Lacking  access   to  this   in-
THE BAH'AI FAITH: J"', Mlion**•*■•"■»«■   «««"-.
hers  say   they  are  unable to
Teaches to consort with substantiate or refute student
all   men   in  a   spirit   of   friendliness     ^^nrfics   that,  some   "agents"
and fellowship,, u,,rtiyt   ,n  °*k!r  (o ,I,fl,ln,te
At* tho Legion Club Room/Selma Park
FF-BDAY, NOVER/IBER %3f  -.970
^Jwawid  ^Jh
ft    Vancouver vocalist and comedian    ft
each member allowed 3 guests
Phono 886-2078 or 885-2885
msm mwmm _*
On lho Wharf - 006-9303
Quality Houso and Marine
Fall It. now considered by most authorities. Including tho Canadian
Paint* Manufacturer**' Association to bo an Ideal timo for exterior painting.
Temperatures ond weather nro moro constant, wood and other surfaces
hove hod a chance to thoroughly dry out, and insects and bugs havo dis-
appcarcd. .Cunurally speaking, palntlno conditions era tho, most odvan-
Air bubbles  In varolii*  will mal<o 11  almost  Impo-jilblo to obtain a
".mootl. flnl-h according to tho Canadian Paint Manufacturers.' Association
"*T|   Hero's how to ovoid creating bubblov In tho first
I   When you Iood the brush, do not drag tho
con to remove excest varnish, This causes tiny
the tips of the bristles,  Instead, top lho bristles lightly against tha'im-dr
of the* container just obov-. lho surface of the varnish,
Dealer for
Super Kcm Tono
and Sherwln Williams
Gibsons - 886-9533
orcpC-tui s
en's Wear
G.W.G. Work Clothes
Work Glovei
Roflnlsh o piece of furniture? The Canadian Paint Manufacturers,'
Association suggests you remove as murh hardware as possible from tho
ploco boforo you begin to roflnlsh It. If you mount drawer pulb, knobs and
other docoratlvo pieces on cardboard, you con quickly and easily spray
paint or cnomel them. Cover any hardwdro lhat can't bo removed with
masking tapo, This will ptuvent you from accidentally getting even a few
stray spatters af paint on thorn—and will help give your swrk a professional look. „
Practically every home hos Its dreary corncrt—o dark basement, o
orlmy garage, ugly loundatlon block, or lack-luster loundry roam. Wllh a
llttlo effort, paint will transform these dull, gray expanses of concrete ond
motjonry Into llv«ly colorful or#a*.
Painting l>eoutlfi_» your mosonry, make. It easier to clean, and
protects tho surface from moisture, harmful chemicals and obraslves,
st placo, Do not stir varnishes! |------■■—  ■■' 	
bristles across tho rim of tho I
ny olr bubbles to form under TWIN   CHEEIH.
General Paints
Monarnol & Broozo
Sunshino Coast
Highway near
Phono 886-2808
deliberately provoke campus
radical f*roupn,
The faculty j*roup say*. It
does not believe that .Investigations or intelllf'ci.i'o [*nth-
erinc on campus by public a-
KcncieN eoncernliu! criminal activity is a breach of academic
freedom per se,
But, ll Insists, indiscriminate
snoopinj! into intelk-clual, political, and asHoclatlonnl activity
"is destructive of freedom and
threaten!, the wvy exiKtenco
of a lice society,"
Freeway windfall
HOUSE Hales hero are j*ettlnn
a boost from a lolully unexpected   quarter;  freeway  coii-
Kver since Hrllnin's highway |)i*ogrnin |*ot Koinu in
earni'Mt a decade uc.o, homeowners wlio.e property lay
nloiH! the new route feared
values would plummet, Rome
Hut How a build In-; society
(biiildiui; and local association) confirm.*! that house prices nre actually belli', boosted
by their proximity to freeways
—either nlrcndy built or under construction,
This Is particularly so in
counties around London where
l.ow loads are proi;resslvaly
trlinmliti; the travel time for
And the hooiu isn't destrlc-
tert to exist iui! houses. Duvel-
oporn are movln*,' In and
biitldlnf, new houses within
ciwy reach of freeway routes
to London,
t, 0 i ■*    .0 a
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Tliooo woro tho golden days of auto racing. Shoot molnl and ahcor guts; tho
full-throttlo roar of cars and crowds; ond tf|o tasto of Old Stylo Boor to
1/ quench that wind-whipped, dust-dry, bone-tirod thirst. Tho cara move a lot
fnstor today, but Old Stylo's still browod slow and oosy. For good old*-
fashioned flavour. So rally round tho Old Stylo flag. It's a winner!
pat. SAKgtj
"   » tr%tfmrmP%
Slow-browod and naturally ®Q®d
This odvortisoment is not published or displayed by tho
■liquor Control Qoord or by tho Govornmontof British Columbftj.
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Pender Harbour . .
isaon-ory Croup hosted
first Pioneer Ladies Tea
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SUCCESS of the first Pioneer Ladies
Tea organized by ladies of the Pender
Haroour Tabernacle Missionary Group,
was very evident by the happy chatter
that filled Mrs. Luella Duncan's spacious
and very comfortable parlour on Wednesday of last week.
While a wood-fire crackled merrily in
thc hearth, and boats in thc harbour
glided swiftly about their business, the
ladies who played such an important part
in thc growth of Pender Harbour, relaxed
comfortably enjoying a chat and the del-
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Happy Afternoon
Mrs   Luella    Duncan's    waterfront    tertained .long time residents pictured Cann. Hostesses in front are: Mrs.
home at Madeira Park was a very    in thc back row are:  Mrs. Olsen, C. Hyatt, Mrs. Dons Phillips and her
happy Place last week at the Pioneer    Mrs.   Gordon  Liddle,  Mrs.   Thyrza daughter Sandra, Mrs. W. b. Ackroyd
Ladies Tea where Pender Harbour'   Anderson, Mrs. Mary Malcolm, Mrs. and Mrs. Luella Duncan.
Tabernacle's Missionary Group en-    Sarah Silvey and Mrs. Harvey Mc-
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icious'tea served by their hostesses.
Guests of honor received pretty corsages made by Mrs. Marilyn Harris and
while younger ladies of the Missionary
Group served tea, older members, themselves pioneers, made everyone feel at
Mrs. Martin Warnock, Mrs. Maggie
Wray and Mrs. Sarah Silvey, all shared
adventures of early pioneer days. Mrs.
Constance Harper taught school at the
first school at Donely's Landing, later at
Pender Harbour Superior School where
Hassan's store now stands, at Kleindale,
Silver Sands, Britain River and before
retirement at Pendor Harbour .Secondary
School. When Mrs. Harper first commenced teaching she received $76 a month
and when she retired, $31 per day.
Mrs. L. E. Maynard lived for many
years at Blind Bay on Nelson Island. Mrs.
Mary Malcolm who is an active member
of thc Missionary .Group came to thc
Harbour in  193G.    ■
Mrs. Gordon Liddle. is fairly new to
the Harbour coming in 1963- with Mr.
Liddle, now retired manager of the Credit
Mrs. Agnes Mullett who entertained
on the piano, is a very attractive 86 year
old who came to Canada when she was
24 years old from Lancashire, England.
Vancouver has-been her home until she
retired to Pender Harbour to live with
hor daughter Mrs: Edwardson.
Mrs. Thyrza Anderson who is related
to pioneer residents of the Larson family,
thoroughly enjoyed thc afternoon as did
Mrs. Olsen, for both are members of thc
busy Missionary Group and also pioneer
Perhaps enjoying thc surprise afternoon most of all was Mrs. Harvey Mc-
Cann who cannot get about as she used
to when she came to the Harbour fifty
or so years ago.
, The afternoon also proved a happy
one for the hosts: Missionary Group President Mrs. W. S. Ackroyd, Mrs. C. Hyatt,
Mrs. Doris Phillips and Mrs. Luella
Mrs. Martin Warnock proved to be
. very able entertainer with her stories
-oHifc in_th__days"whcn "plolieers"wrested"
a Jiving from the sea and forest. In fact
everyone had such a happy time that
many more such afternoons will be arranged, for there are many more stories
to be toM by thc people who pioneered,
and made this land their home.
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"Alfred The Great"
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HIGH energy spectacular "Alfred the
Great" is the feature this week at
Twilight Theatre in Gibsons. Two major
battles are featured in the vast battleground of Ninth Century England. It was
a country at war with itself. Saxon
against Norman—Peasant against Noble
—Bandit against all. But the greatest
threat came from the brutal Viking of
the North. All this and more and color
ahd David Hcmmings in wide screen.
*" "... Tick a deep southern country has
gone to the polls, ... Tick, for the first
time since the black community has been
enfranchised. .. .Tick." .Without getting
a single white vote, a black man i.s
elected sheriff." This movie shows next;
charged with keeping order and enforcing the law, facing the antagonism and
lack of cooperation from whites who refuse to accept a black sheriff and blacks
who seek to foment racial hate, this
man finds himself on the edge of an
explosive volcano.
Monoy docs make all the difference.
If you have two jobs and you're rich,
you have diversified interests. If you
liavo two jobs and you're poor, you're
Pioneer Ladies tea organized by
Pender Harbour Missionary Group,
was an enjoyable event ..with' Mrs.
Agnes Mullett, just 86 years, playing well loved tunes and lots of reminiscing by, from left: Mrs. Maggie
Wray, Mrs. Martin Warnock, Mrs.
Constance Harper and Mrs. L. E.
Arts Council schedules
general meeting Nov. 20
GENERAL Meeting of the Arts Council
will be held in Sechelt at St. Hilda's
Church  Hall on  Friday,  Nov. 20  '70 at
8 pm. Refreshments will bc served.
An interesting program has been arranged with entertainment of widespread  interest.
The award winning Driftwood Players
will put on a short skit, entitled "Cleaning Up Justice", by John Mortimer, Players participating will bc Colleen Johnson and John Burnside, awarded best
actress and runner-up actor in thc B.C,
Drama   Festival   in   June.
Members arc urged to make a note
of this date and-.plan lo attend,
A small boy in the neighborhood
wishes his father, would stop putting on
weight. Every year, at summer camp, he
bar. lo bead a longer belt. '
© Scout banquet
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Ed  LeWarne.
Cubmasters Mrs. Gail Pedneault of
Gibsons and Mrs. Nora Leitner of Sechelt received their wood badge and
-f" Chairman of the Gibsons Group Committee Mr. Bill Laing,-presented Mrs. M.
Sleep with her 5 year pin.
Acting chairman of the Wilson Creek
Group Committee, Mr. Glen Phillips presented 5 year pins to Mrs. Phyllis Pearson, Mr. H. Pearson and Mrs. Dorothy
Assistant Cubmastcr or the 1st Secholt
Pack. „Bruce Coblcich presented his
mother, Mrs. Audrey Cogleich with her
five year pin.
District president Mr. Ivan Smith
presented five year pins to Mrs. Joan
Quarry, Mr. Bob Janis, Mr. Kurt Hoehne,
Mr. Bob Keelcy and Mr. Peter Bcnjafield.
Rev. Dennis Popple of Sechelt was
presented with the Chaplain's badge and
Scout pin.
Mr. Ivan Smith who was also chairman for the evening and organizer of the
highly successful banquet, the first ever
held by the Sunshine Coast District, received his three year pin from Mr, Juul-
Hanscn together with a special little
momento in tho form of it "Norris" Boy
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V vfwwyvw  I  X  f j  *1  Dental Topics  ONE Lost Tooth Can Mean trouble.  "What's one tooth less���especially_in  the back of the mouth?  This thought is common to many  after they lose a tooth. Frequently lost  is the lower first molar. You don't feel  it happening, but teeth on either side bf  thc gap gradually drift ,and tip toward  it. This causes other spaces to form between teeth which trap food,-leading to  decay and gum disease.  This tipping also reduces chewing  efficiency, as the upper teeth contact  only a small part of the tipped teeth.  So you- think you can live with all  this? What about pain? As tipping in-  eresses, bone" "gives" \vay~to~ " the- oncoming tooth which exposes the, root  surfaces���sensitive root surfaces.  , The upper tooth, which would normally have met the lost molar, will continue  to erupt beyond its usual length. This also  exposes sensitive root surfaces and contact is lost with neighboring teeth which  again leads to decay and gum disease.  People tend to chew their food on  the other side of their mouth after losing a tooth. Tooth disuse canstart the  development of: an unhygienic condition  causing low  resistance to gum  disease.  A fixed bridge or a removable partial  denture can replace a lost tooth. The fixed  bridge replaces from one to several missing teeth. Cold inlays or crowns on remaining teeth retain the bridge. Metal  backings on the artificial teeth are soldered together and to the retaining inlays.  This requires extreme precision, and so  is costly. The bridge is cemented in place  permanently.  Thc removable partial denture is  used to restore missing teeth on both sides  of the mouth. It consists of a cast metal  frame in which the teeth are usually  cemented by acrylic resins. This denture  is normally retained by thin metal clasps  which encircle the neighboring teeth.  ���Canadian Dental Association  Travelling Around  Section B  Wedncsdoy, November 11, 1970  Pages 1-4  Four little Tweenies   became  fledged Brownies and their Tawny  Owl Koreen Martin, officially became  a Guider at last week's ceremony at  Enrollment  fully Wilson C r e e k. Brownies pictured  from left are: Lynn Creighton, Cherie  Martin, Penny Berdahl and Lisa  English.  ONE Sunday morning in 1493, Christopher Columbus, exploring the group  of islands which he named the "West  Indies, came across a small island which  was the most ruggedly beautiful of all,  with towering mountains, tumbling rivers  and lush green' tropical growth. It was  a green jewel set in the sparkling Caribbean waters and he named it Dominica for the sabbath morning on which  he first saw it.  This is the small island where a young  Sechelt couple, Bill and Linda McDermid,  have spent the past two years. Linda, who  is-the daughter" of "Mr. and_Mrs. ~Fr S:~  Yates, went there as a bride two years  ago. Bill was supervisor for the Dom-  Can Timber Company of which Bob  Malpas is president. The company is  working in conjunction with the government of the island to train native workers  in logging arid milling operations. Among  the timbers being logged are gomier, the  Dominican mahogany hardwood, bois  diable and carapite. Some of the lumber  is exported and some is used for making  prefabricated homes for the island. As  crown lands are logged, re-afforestation  is being carried out, and the clearing of  private lands is immediately followed by  the development of plantations of bananas, coconuts, limes and citrus.  Over the years, since Columbus named  the island, it has been in the hands alternately of the English and French and for  200 years it was a British possession  under a Governor based in the neighbouring island of Grenada. In 1953 plans  were drawn up for a West Indian Federation, but these plans never materialized  and now Dominica is an independent  country with its own laws and taxes.  Despite some changes and develop-  meia__v_much remains unchanged so that  today Dominica is a strange mixture of  the old and the new. There are modern  super markets���but there are still the  open air native markets where the women  sell their produce of bananas, flowers,  citrus fruits and beautiful Carib baskets  and grass mats, carrying them to riiarket  in baskets balanced on their heads.  There is a fine modern airport at  Melville, but there are no deep sea piers,  so when the Van Guecst freighter calls  at thc island each week for a cargo of  bananas, it anchors out in thc bay-while  bundles of bananas are carried down to  the pier on Ihe heads of the women and  then transported to thc freighter by a fleet  of lighters. In the towns, all of which lie  around thc coastline, there are some fine  modern homes with swimming pools, but  in the villages there arc old houses oL  French architecture with shutters, but  no windows, and man}' of the women  still wash their clothes in the rivers.  Among the island's attractions is a  magnificent botanical gardens, famous  among botanists throughout the world.  Just a few miles away is a reservation  viving community of  descended ffom the island's  Ca'ribs, how ' "almost  extinct, were, once a fierce and warlike  tribe which had its home base, in Domin-  ���by Mary Tinkley  ica and from  there terrorised the surrounding islands.  Dominica is 29 miles long and 17  miles wide wit-fa population of 70,000.  There were less than 1000 white people  when the McDcrmids first went to the  island but this number is now increased  to about 3000. The chief language spoken  is a French patois. The natives are friendly people and the cutlass which native  men invariably carry is a useful tool  rather than a weapon.   .  The climate is hot and humid. During  the months August and September there  _are hurricanes "and-Iropicainraihs",-with-  , resulting swollen rivers and floods. Rainfall is heaviest over the mountains of the  interior where il averages 350 inches  annually. There are boa constrictors, but  no poisonous snakes and very few mos-  quitos or bugs of any kind. The island's  chief exports are bananas, lime juice and  grape fruit. Sugar cane is grown for  rum making, but only for local consumption. The roads are winding and  very poor. Surfaced with a thin topping  of crushed igneous rock mixed with oil,  they quickly become potholed and hazardous. Says Bill McDermid, you seem to  be driving for miles and miles without  getting anywhere. However, his Cortina  car was still in good enough shape at  the end of two years to bring them home  from  Miami.  For the visitor, Dominica offers excellent .swimming in cool mountain  streams or in the warm ocean surf. There  are excellent opportunities for underwater swimming exploring the coral reefs  and one of the most popular tourist  attractions is the awesome Boiling Lake.  Before the McDermids returned home,  they spent a month in the Bahamas  which they found even hotter than  Dominica. They flew to Miami and from  there drove home by the most direct  route through Florida, Georgia, Tennessee,  Kentucky, with a stop at Chicago and  then   westward   through  Montana. They  arrived in Sechelt exactly seven cloya  after leaving Miami.  They are happy lo be back on the  Sunshine Coast with their families and  -friends Linda says that for the white  woman in Dominica there is little to do  except for swimming. She was fortunate  in having a hobby, being an enthusiastic  artist in oils and has brought back a  number of her paintings of the little  Caribbean island.  F  __C_  I  WE PAY  s��ks8 Cash  FOR  MiHisiFyrgiilure..  Stems of all kinds  li lentil Shop  2nd Hand Store  885-2848 or 885-2151  Davis Bay. B.C.  !  I  i  _*OTSOTB@rM  Students of Elphinstone  Secondary School will  be issued with the new  reports cov&ring the first  half of the first semester  on  MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 16,  1970  mmimmsmmismmmmmmmsammmimtmmimmamm  ���l  a ���> ,^_***-_., ou_i   u  ikw  miies  a  '**"*!      ' % ��'  \ where  lives  a   sur  \    ��� \A   > aiib Indians, descer  XA>\-.',*-   *���! first  settlers."The  TWILIGHT THEATHI - Gibsons  Alfred The  Great  fni Color - Starring  David Hcmmings.  Wed., Thur., Nov.  11 & 12 at 8 p.m.  Tick ... Tick  ��� ��� ���   I ICK ��� * *  In Color - Starring  Jim Brown.  Fri., Sat.,  & Sun.,  Nov. 13, 14 & 15  ot 8 p.m.  **W��-'" '"      F*,*'F*rJf    '  "** rV4A  =��*hsss is mm mur ���..., .-.���..-,  TOSS*. WMAVE.  "mLOVES OF ISADORA"  " ���      _,���       ,',,      ,    a.    ,"      _���     ,FflJ_        ft'!      !���������:_    '.'-.'  *-*",*Tr-rjtttico-Ofc*-*  ' '"   "     '    '  r��v  \_* �� * - A  r*,7   V a.* ����� ��3* ,  , The Loves of  Isodora  In Color - Storring  Vanesso Redgrave.  Mon., Tue., Wed.,  Nov. 16, 17 & 18  at 8 p.m.  RESTRICTED  _\_  To all  those  who  responded so splendidly to  the annual Poppy Campaign,   our   heartfelt  thanks.  ROYAL  CANADIAN  LEGION  Branch  140  v *-"**>.).    i\ �� *!v   ,*-".**; ���>  ������,���._,;.���_,..-_._.,*,   *  "jp��r  ___,  w  Wilson Creek Pack  Brownies commended  FOR  achieving  their  Golden   Bars   nnd  other proficiency badges so early in  the year, Brownies of the 1st Wilson  Creek Pack were highly commended by  district commissioner, Mrs, Dorothy  Stockwell  at   their   meeting  last. week.  Before the awards were given out,  four little Tweenies, Lynn Creighton,  Cherie Martin, Penny Berdahl and Llsu  English were enrolled ns Brownies by  district guider, Mrs. Donalda Slgouin.  Enrolled a.s Tawny Owl by Mr.s, Stock-  well was Mr.s. Koreen Mart in who assists  Brown Owl of tho Pack, Mr.s. Joan News-  ham.  Brownie Kim Benner has been working really hard, for *>hc received her  swimming, cyclist and athletic badges  bringing her total number of budges lo  seven. Kim also qualified for the Golden  Ladder award nnd 2nd year star.  Awarded  their golden  bins and  fir.it  Golden Awards  Happy Brownies of the 1st Wilson  Creek Pafck who received awards and  stars at a special ceremony last week  are, from left, back row: Kim Benner (Golden Ladder), Teresa St.  Jean, Kim Bryson, Brenda Nelson,  Patricia Hall, Anne Creighton and  Shelley Bctts. Front: Julie Nelson,  Caroline Ncwsham, Sherri Eberle,  Ava Bandi, Dorraine Pearson, who  all received Golden Bars and 1st year  stars.  star wore: Kim Bry.son, Dorraine Pearson, Patricia Hall, Julie Nelson, Brenda  Nelson, Caroline News-ham, Anne Creighton, Shelley Bett.s, Teresa St, Jean, Ava  Bandi, Gail Thomas and Sherri Eberle,  Parents were Invited to the Special  ceremony and enjoyed reficshmcnts  served by fairy godmother, Mrs. Diane  Benner, while Brownies led by Mrs  Stockwell sang a number of delightful  songs.  for a cose of 2 Gal  These Fiine C-B-L Products  C-I-L INTERIOR LATEX  C-R-L INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS  C-I-L ENASV1EL UNDERCOAT  /HUmpHH. ��-������l?l5^^��y��l-,���'  II   I"** l$*%Ji!pT"VWW*t'.*V%*IKH\ faaaj-_a_MFJ��V  �� ��EHF  On All Other C-I-L Paint Products  NOVEMBER 12fii through 28th  SAVE MOW At These Special Introductory Prices  A Factory Representative, Mr. R. V. Hazlctt. 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W_I_Fa��. _^. ^^wif-^j^^ Poge B-2 The Peninsula T!me>  Wednesday, November 11, 1970  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  SISTER Clove-Frances, for 20 years with  . the Order of Franciscan Nuns, was assisted by a member of the Lay Order of  St. Francis, Sister Frances Montignic.  whon she held a series of C.C.D. workshops on tho Sunshine Coast.  Actual methods of presenting teaching  in a> forceful manner were given, encouraging involvement in the faith. Sister  Clare-Fanecs is appointed by ihe -Archbishop to be in charge of C.C.D. education for tho entile dioc.se. She has an,  office oil Hobson St. Vancouver^ They  also have a MR-um on~Coirdbvu St."where"  they feed the hungry and help the destitute.  The Sisters had meetings m Sechelt.  Thurs. Fri. & Sat. and were at the Catholic Church, Gibsons on Sunday, taking  the Catechism. They showed films etc..  colleges were made illustrating words  chosen as being most meaningful in the  Christian life.  At the home of Mrs. Bulger. "Roberts  Creek, the Sisters met with a group of  ladies for an evening discussion and  question period.  HAPPY HALLOWEEN  A spectacular fireworks display for  relatives and friends, put on by local  residents in the vicinity of Highway,  Lower & Pine "Rd. corner, was -also enjoyed by passing motorists, some of whom  stopped to view the display.  An especially colorful show of scintillations������'"avas evident at the Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park where a neighborly atmosphere prevailed as the combustibles and  explosives proved fascinating for all..  Then there were the children who  went to doors saying, "we won't do any  tricks and we brought you a treat",  meanwhile suiting their actions to their  words.  A  ���  . A  f    *i   r  *     It'     ._  AAA��-b ;���-*-*�����  \ '^K  ��i~   l      T-_t***V \h  ,   _ ,', -��_!���_:���-    ���if  <AA' ���-.' ��'���?���>.  * ��"-"A *"��� *  * v*   a. 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Troop    missioner Dave Wilson awarded his  pins last week are from left: Troop    .Scouter Jim Janiewick awarded his    10 year pin and Troop Scouter Ed  Scouter     Maxwell    Hammersmyth    5 year pin, .Assistant District Com-    LeWarne, awarded his 5 year pin.  awarded his 10 year pin, medal and  '4*"*'f-*'*a*  **'*% aaa,.  a***-.1*? Hi        ^ ****- "WiS  *7%7 **T?r rM)_3  f   I. **    >*  -J ?!Fw    .    a  ^F-  _^  **       '  ���^S****!  .��*.  \  IW?" _',"**:-> _^"^>  -_.  _l___a  HERE AND TftERE  Mr. and Mrs, Bill. Wright travelled by  plane, train, bus and car when they spent  a month in Eastern Canada. It was quite  hot when they were in Ottawa and Montreal. They; visited Mrs. Wright's relatives  and had an enjoyable  vacation.  Dr. and Mrs. T. Webb enjoyed a  month overseas; It was beautiful weather  for their holiday and they had a pleasant  time visiting in England and France.  Friends of Mrs. Carl Schroers. Kelora  and Derrick, accompanied them to Vancouver .Airport on Nov. ? to see them otf  for Germany .where they will join Mr.  Schroers who left early in Oct. for overseas..  Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Cramer are nicely  settled in at the former Jules Mairtil home  on Pratt Road, Young Jason Cramer observed  his birthday/ last week.  Away  on   a  successful   hunting   trip  were  Walt Nygren,   Cliff   Connor,   Bob  Nygren and Jack Mercer who were joined later by Wally Peterson. After hav-        1       ��� rr-   >  ing  been, up  around  Hudson Hope,  the    mPf!|S  TlfiW ���OttlflfiT:  party returned Saturday with a caribou    CiCi'1,>   11CW   UiilbCl^  between them and one, moose each.  Women of all denominations are in-  r vited  to Calvary  Baptist  Church,  Park  Road,  Gibsons on November 18th when  Mrs.  Ben  Gullison  will speak  on India'  ���at 7.30 pm.  *_ -A, -*  r jtf __v     "���-.  v K ���  /  ST. John's United Church, Wilson Creek  was the scene of an exceptionally  pretty wedding on Satin day, October 24  when Rev. James Williamson officiated  at the double-ring ceremony which united in marriage Carol Diana Aspin and  Terai.co Lewis Newsham.  - -   -  The bride is -he daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Neil Aspin and the groom is the  onTfy son of Mr. and Mrs. George News-  ham, both families live at Wilson Creek.  The groom's Aunt had decorated tho  Church with bouquets of mauve and  -white-chrysanthemums,-with-window-dec--  orations of daisies, dahlias and snap- dragons and a beautiful bouquet of red  rosebuds on the piano.  Organist was Miss Margaret Mclntyre  and soloist, Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell.  Escorted by her father, the young  bride wore a full skirted gown of satin  with Liyered lace, ncclcline embroidered  with pearl flowers, and long lily-point  sleeve;;. Her veil was shoulder length and  she wore a silver cross, a gift from the  groom. She carried a bible cornered with  white lace and topped with red and  white roses with a red and white rose  falling on white ribbon.  Attending the bride were, Miss Sandy  Aspin. Maid of Honour; Miss Linda Jackson, bridesmaid and Carcfline Newsham,  flower-girl. All wore floor length, Empire styled gowns, iSandy_,chpse a turquoise brocade satin with velvet bow at  the waist and scoop neckline. Linda wore  mauve biocade s^fin with velvet bow at  the waist. Caroline's dress was coral,  with black velvet bows and white lace  trim and she wore a head-band of white  daisies. The attendants bouquets were  carnations  with  ribbons   matching  their  gowns and  lho  little lt.ower-girl  carried  a basket of white daisies.  Attending the groom was Mr. A km  Erickson as best, man, and Brian Iliggin-  son and Wayne 'Hcdstrom as ushers.  Reception was held at Casa Martincx  where a beautiful three-tiered wedding  cake, decorated with blue and silver roses, with white swans holding the layers  centred thc bridal table. Blue tapers and  red and white carnation sprays completed the table decorations.  Mr. Orpher Hamilton of Powell River  proposed_the _toast_ to_ the. bride,   The mother of the bride wore a two-  piece suit of purple velvet with white  full sleeved blouse and black accessories.  Her corsage was white roses.  Mother of the groom chose a two-  piece suit of pale blue brocade with  white lace blouse, silver accessories and  white carnation corsage.  For thc honeymoon journey t,o .Powell River and Vancouver, the bride wore  a red pant suit with black cameo choker,  silver accessories and red and white rose  corsage.        Jf'*' \  Mr. and Mrs. Terancc Newsham will  reside in Quesnel,' B.C.  Out of town guests included: Mr. and  Mrs. Eric Wilson, Langley, B.C.; Mr. and  Mrs. Bill Magoggan; Mrs. and Mrs. Bill  Aspin, Surrey; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hed-  strom, Quesnel; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hansen and family, Burnaby; Miss Linda  Meyers, Quesnel; Mr. and, Mrs. Harry  Dent and family White Rock; Mrs. Len  Green. Langley; Mr. and Mrs. Orpher  Hamilton, Powell River; Mr. Rick Aspin, Newton; Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Day,  Kamloops; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Jacob-  son, Richmond.  ;_uw����innrin��n������-WifW>t>��ui��i��CT^  Sechelt Garden Club  SECHELT Garden Club .elected*,'...a new  slate of officers at the November 4th  meeting, chaired, by president Mi-IT Lorene  Yates.  Colleagues  Tlie, mob roots for you one day  uproots the next.  ���i  mmmmma0mmmm��M0Gmmmmmiit)mm��.  !-",,^'**T  ___,_:_;,-*a*._**^^^  ByCEW.G? - .SPLITTING?  CAJ.L  BUCK-IT SERyiCE-  P.O.  Box 64, Sechelt  Phone 885-9960  Saw or split logs around home  or building site for clearing,  firewood or haul away.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmimmMwmfimmmmMMmmmmtiii  mmmmmmmtfmmmmimmmmmmmtMmmmiimMitmi  New officers are: President, Mr, Frank  Read, vice president Mr. Alex Ellis, secretary Mrs. Madge Hansen, treasurer,  Joanne Van de Meeberg. directors Mrs. L.  Conroy, Mrs. Jack Whaites, Mrs. Janet  Allen. Publicity Mrs. V. Reeves. Show  manager Mr. Jerry Williams, bulletin  Mrs, ��� Nancy Read, social convenor Mrs.  Marg De Hart.  Slides of local scenery taken by Mr.  H.  Swanson were shown.  Any members having any spare flowers thoy would like to donate to the  hospital, please telephone, Mrs. L. Conroy, 885-9301 or Mrs. Reeves, 885-2031,  who will pick them up, or just take them  to the hospital, to help keep things cheery.  Thero will be a'special meeting on  Wednesday, December 2nd at 8 pm in  St, Hilda's Hall, for the purpose of discussing and approving the club's new  constitution and by-laws. Members are  urged to attend to offer suggestions.  All staff members of B.C. Hydro and  Power Commission and active Scouters, pictured from left are B.C. Hydro  sales representative Jim Janiewick  who transferred from Scout Group  Committee to'the position of Troop  Scouter to re-form the 1st Sechelt  One-man show featured  in Art Gallery display  PORTRAITS in pastel and on black velvet, will be featured in the one-man  show in the Gallery Shop, Sechelt for  the weeks of November 9th, through to  November 21st. In Addition to the alluring children of many lands, for which  Jo Warne has been known in other shows,  there Is a very dramatic pastel of an  Eskimo hunter and one of his huskies.  She is also including a sketch book  of crayon work.  Mr.s. Warne who lived here some  years ago, was a pupil of M-'. Sjoloih,  whose work is becoming widely known,  especially the portraits of thc Indians  of whom her husband writes in his book,  .The  Haidas.  She show will be followed by one  featuring tlie work of Jim Schwartz and  Ken Sneddon.  Troop which had been out of commission for some time. District president Ivan Smith who has been with  B.C. Hydro for 28 years and is three  years along- the scouting trail.rPast  president of,th^ pjstr^ct CftuncU, $qt>  Janis lipids a 5 year scouting award  and is engineering clerk with B.C.  Hydro. "  1F'������*I8'����'*^^  fT  j"" ��� l  [VJ  ,,..aj_^__.__��   , P-aa. 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Getting away'  from it all  AS a gel-awny-frnm-H-nll retreat, why not conipole for  n dilapidated weaver',', eotluge  on the main street of an old  Scottish village?  *'Officials of En-,1 Kilbride,  the booming new town which  omhp-iKfcs the villnge of Max-  welton are nmn/.ed to find lhal  more Ih.-in 1,01)1) application*,*  lo buy one of these ..(Kl-yciir-  old" houses" liavo poured in  from such furl'lung .�����pols us  New Vnik City and Manitoba,  Canada,  Then* an* only 23 cottages,  all lacking "mod ci.ii.h," Mul  demand for them, Is under-  ���(laudable, To preserve the  "ultli! world" image of Ihe  new town, ll*. Development  Corporation ha.*; arranged for  M) percent Improvement grant.,  from Ihe government for each  colt sine,  Chewsy Ruskies  ClIKWINCI   gum   In   the   land  of   Lenin?  '���Voviot Communists have always heaped scorn on the  chewing of gum as n vulgar  habit. 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'  -,^ . / \ ' /l  l^~.������ - A_________i___________^^. . ii  i^'i _,1-. ��� *; v/w.-.r^ .y-.*  Congratulations  District Commissioner Doug Honey- their hard earned wood badge and-  Gail Pedneault is ACM at Gibsons  burnt had the happy task of present- parchment at the Scout Banquet held _ and Mrs. Nora Leitner, on the right,  ins? two vprvnrtiva p,,k i,.Q,w_ ,,,;��. at Casa Martinez, last week.' Mrs.    is Cub Master at Sechelt.  ing two veryactive Cub leaders with  CHARGED With driving while his blood  contained more than .08 per cent alcohol, Tommy Fawkes registered- a pCen  of not ii-i-lty when he appeared in Sechelt majjisti-ate.*^ court last week.  Drivini* homo from a dance March 15  at 1 a.m. Fawkes was stopped by an  ItCMP of/ieer when seen to be driving  in a questionable manner. Snbspquent  breathalyzer test showed a reading of  .20. Since that time there have been a  number of remands.  He-told-JuOg_~^_itTelsreadr lie-lTadT  only drank five or six drinks the entire  e\*ening and any unsteadiness he might  have shown while walking was duo to a  hearing problem.  Found guilty as charged he was fined  $400 with fourteen days to pay and his  driving licence suspended for three  months.  Lyle Summcvfelt of Mason Road. Sechelt, appeared for sentence following  conviction previously of a charge of impaired driving after a breathalyzer test  showed a readirig of .24 described by the  Crown prose'tut'or as "extremely high."  At that time when asked if he had a  previous conviction for impaired driving,  Summerfelt had stood mute. Asked again  last Week, he replied "yes". Earlier conviction was August 12,  19G6.  As a second such conviction carries  a mandatory fourteen days minimum jail  term, lawyer for the defence asked that  leniency be considered, is client is a married man" with two small children and it  is now some years since the earlier conviction.  Sentence was adjourned to November  10 in order that Mr. Summerfelt���might  complete a working corttr-act.  Malcolm Duncan of Pender Harbour  appeared to t answer a charge of failure  to take the' breathalyzer test and was  fined $300 and suspended from driving  for three months.  Regardless of the fact he had made a  statement admitting complicity in break  and entry of the Peninsula Drive-In last  Bazaar-Bake Sale . . .  enior Gifcens  holds successful Fall Tea  BRANCH C9 Senior Citizens, held a?successful Fall Tea, Bazaar and Bake  Sale Saturday, October 31st in the Sechelt  Legion Hall at which president of the  Provincial Senior Citizens' .Association,  Mrs. Marguerite Smith, was introduced  hy branch president Mrs. Madge'Hansen.  On officially openiml the bazaar Mrs.  Srnith expressed pleasure at being present.-and commented oh the wonderful  display. She also expressed delight at the  beautiful weather which had prompted  her to enjoy an exhilcrating walk along  the waterfront earlier in the morning.  The hall was quickly fillcdUp capacity  and all stalls did a tremendous business.  Thanks for its success go to convener  Mrs. Olice MncGregor and the many  willing workers who assisted in n multitude of different  ways,  Door prizes wore not claimed and  holders of the lucky numbers are asked  to phone 885-2029 in order to collect.  Prize winning numbers are: adults, 10200,  children,   18191.  First raffle prize, an oil painting by  the late A. Znotin of Gibsons, was won  by Mrs. F. Allen, Second, a needle work  wall panel was won by Mr.s. J. W. Hill.  Third prize of a sutln cushion wont to  Mrs, B. Cameron, Winner of the Bean  Conlest was Mr, Curly Lucken,  Word comes to the branch of a new  radio program to he heard from Monday  lo Friday at 3:10 pm over ��� Station'CBU  (11)0. Designed primarily for persons over  fifty years it will consist'of music and  talks of genenil 'Interest, Elderly listeners  fire asked  to ��end  in Jiny  comments  or  suggestions -they might have regarding*  the program. With such help it is hoped  to provide an enjoyable, informative and  interesting broadcast. Letters to be addressed to: Mr. Bert Nelson, Announcer's  Office, 747 Bute Street, Vancouver B.C.  Many people are under the impression  that only old age pension recipients are  eligible to join senior citizen's groups but  this is quite erroneous. There is ho age  limit and anyone interested'in the state  of affairs likely to exist'in five or ten  years time, when they might be about  to retire, should join now and help bring  about badly needed  improvements.  Members are reminded of the bus  trip to Vancouver December 1st, For  further particulars and reservations  prone 885-9772.  Exceptional Service  President of the Vancouver Coast  Region, Mr. Carl Juul-Hansen presented certificates of recognition and  ten year pins io four people who  have been the main supports behind  scouting on the Sunshine Coast for  many years. Pictured from left: Mr.  Norm Burley whose name will: beT  perpetuated in the newly named  Camp Burley.on Bear Lake at Pender  Harbour, Mr. Juul-Hansen, Miss Ena  Harrold who has been connected with  scouting for 16 years at Roberts  Creek, Mrs. Jean Scott and Mr. Bill  Laing of the Gibsons Group Committee. .  The Sunday-school teacher asked her  class, ''Now I'd like to have each of you  tell me what story in the Bible ydu like  best."        ,������������������  When it came to Bobby's turn to reply he eagerly answered, "I like best that  story about the multitude that loafs and  fishes:"    ������>'���  /  TOTEM CLUB  0m*��r    tajj    a,}       \u  BDAYS. S:00 n.m.  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His accomplice in the incident was  Jerome Julian who appeared some weeks  ago before judge and jury in Vancouver,  he is presently serving"1.-, similar period in  jail for-his share in-the offence.   m) A CMPE��  GALL CO& 88S-2a3S  For all your Renovations.  Repairs ond Cabinet Work  at reasonoble rates.  }���/, *mm*m.f*<-tm.mr*0. iffy woy wyi^w^iyyi^pttw ii*.)*fjit��^^f-wj-y-aw w ��� ���> uimi^frruJ  fua-. ..'��� ���������Jii.waaa)>aWJ��ay, i!l ij'- 'aia*" ���J..V  Ti. .-.'.'j ii-i ,t.-ir.i.-.-,i,, v���.i_���,..__*Ti  Robert Wayne Thorhurn also appear  ed in Gibsons last week for sentence  following conviction previously of criminal negligence resulting from .a high  sp��?ed chase in the Gibsons area. He  was sentenced to two years less one day  in jail together with a fine of $300 for  impaired driving, plus two years suspension from driving and $300 for hit and  run.  Iloss Gibsons of Twin Creeks faced  a charge of driving while his blood count  showed a reading of above .08 alcohol. He  was fined $300 and suspended from driving for one month.  .i^Hfaapawnaa  a.irn   ni d,ifriini.ni  mm  Rental or Rental Purchase Plan.  BQ% of Rental applied on Purchase. 1500 WAH to 5000 or  larger on request.  , ENQUIRE AT  Mi. HI SHOP  885-2848 or 885-2151  Davis Bay, B.C.  !*���(.-,-_. .,.._���*���      a a _.! ���������_-.. -..-_���-__-_.._-���_...���_ l-.t -a.-.*-.*. . .-.!���+_._������   ....... r..t   __,���  erw�� Yon  g FesHwe  e���_so��3  How Has Two Phone lumbers  Catalogues Available Upon Request  i  Who! mc-Vos tf r-votuHonory Is lho way H looks Tns!<io>  nol so much lho way It looks outsldo.  It'll carry fw/co as much as last year's Boetlo bceauso  II has a trunk vtrlbally twlco as big.  It lias a poppy 1600 c.c. onrjlno. A wholo now suspon-  slon systom doslgnod by Porsche racing onglnoers. A new  How through vontllaildn systom.  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Bui In ono very Important and unique way, It romaln*  tho samo*.  ~>\\7-^   P��r ,n ^97'' a yoar m w'1,c'1 ovo*vbody Is  4 vv A\    ���r��voris,,l-/ slapplnfl tonolllor"rovolullor)ary',  (���Vy*. f\JIM   now smoll cars, tho noma on lho back of this  V-A 'XJJJ ono, roads "Volkswagon",,  -����-*WWIJ[||*��|**-J*B^a.Wy��^  ^��rmr��^^  i^g.^��^��ife��^i����^  ��Mit***imi***i*n,^0'm>  ^_��*_a___-_B_ti_^^  (DON'T HBSS THE frlKST t?Ef.BWSUILA AfPEAHA^CE OF  DANCE FROM 9 p.m. 'til 1 a.m.  Mms00M^t*Mm*<mmm��mm��  cgMoHtd  v^y  '     HIGHWAY !��l, SECHELT - PHOHE Qm-ki3M  AdmlssSon $4 per CowpSo Ladlos, Pleaso, No Slacks Round World Vacation  ���by Ben Lang  CHAPTER 5  FIRST, a fow facts about Hong Kong and  area: Hong Kong is a British Crown  Colony consisting of Hong Kong Island  (29 sq. miles; population 1,000,000), the  Kowlooon Peninsula (3 and '/i sq. miles;  population 2,000,000) and the New Territories (365 sq. miles; population 500,000).  To this number must be added the boat  people, 100,000. Of the total 3,700,000 over  99% are Chinese. It is interesting to  note that Kowloon has an area. about 4  times that of Sechelt and its population  is 2,000,000; ours is 550.  Much of the land is re-claimed ground;  Kai Tak airport being such and the land-  . _ing _ strip__ru ns_ far out_ into. _thq _.harbour,_.  When landing there we felt sure we were  going into the sea because the strip is  quite narrow; however the airport has  one of 4the lowest accident records -_n  (he world.-  The climate in Hong Kong is just  within the tropics and in general is mon-  soonal; temp, in 70's and 80's and humidity high. Tlie colony's farming is predominantly in the New Territories and  consists of rice, chicken and duck farms  and some vegetables. There is little  heavy industry. Hong Kong being a  duty free port is a shoppers dream.  Almost anything made anywhere in  the world "is for sale in H.K. dollar. H.K.  $1.00 is equivalent to 16c. The average  wage runs H.K. $150 to 500 with largest  single expenditure being rent; HK $30  to 50 per month per Chinese.  Hong Kong's name is derived from  Heung Kong meaning Fragrant Harbour  Kowloon means "nine dragons" because  the ancient belief that a dragon inhabits  each mountain. .  The colony of Hong Kong can be  best described as mountainous, steep,  tugged, rocky, treeless. This sounds barren and unnattractive but the combination of all these factors is what gives  Hong Kong its scenic beauty and right  to be the most impressive harbour in the  world.  Because  the mountains  drop steeply  into the sea both H.K. and Kawloon  have much re-claimed land. Our beautiful hotel in Kowloon had a top storey  dining room which afforded a panoramic  view of the harbour. It is a very busy siea-  way. boats from little sampans to junks,  ferries, tugs, barges and freighters. Docking facilities are not adequate so thc  harbour is loaded with ships at anchor.  Many small, lighters ply their. way to  and from loading and unloading thc big  vessels. Anywhere from 20 to 50 freighters arrive or leave the harbour each day.  The well-known Star Ferry terminal in  Kowloon operates small and large ferries  across the harbour to Hong Kong. The  _dista_nc_e_is .about _a_ mile__and_ thejfare 10c.  The Chinese staple food is rice and  H.K. and area provide enough from a  year's harvest to last 3 days. The balance  comes from Red China. An interesting  point here is lhat Japan produces large  quantities of rice which the government  buys from the farmers then sells it  back at a lower price. While we were  in Japan the government was seriously  considering dumping excess rice. All this  is just part of the complexities of different  politics and  higher  up  strategy.  Begging in H.K. is frowned upon and  is not necessary as there are good social  services and assistance for the really  needy. There are no pensions in H.K.  and thc elderly have to subsist on very  little; many play mah-jong by the hour  to make a few H'K. dollars.  The Chinese nearly all eat breakfast  out at a tea house where the cost is very  little, then the oldsters play mah-jong  the rest of the day. The housewife shops  for each meal separately, fresh food, rice,  poultry, fish, vegetables. This is a necessity because there is no refrigeration.  Living quarters for a whole family may  be 12 by 12 feet.  Laundry is dried on bamboo poles  stuck out from upstair windows half  way across the narrow streets. These  poles with a mass of protruding colorful  signs added make quite a scene. Until  recently   the   height   of   buildings   was  SPLITS  ��� for Jackets. Vests, GIovcj, and Moccasins. 4  * Storting, Bridle, Shearlings, Latigo, for Harness and Saddlery;  '��� Custom Tanners of Gamo Hides.  J. LECIUE Co. United  220 Cambie St., Vancouver 3, B.C.  Tanners ��� Since  1898 ��� Shoe Manufacturers  SIDES  Page B-4 Tho Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 11,, 1970  limited to 3. storeys because of earthquakes but with new modem construction some are going-up ten or more in  height. I was very interested in the scaffolding made from'bamboo poles only and  where they cross at right angles are tied  with grass or.a type of raffia.  If the building has seven storeys or less  there is no elevator, above that one is .  supplied. Much new modern building is  going on to cope with the natural increase' in population plus those escaping from Red China.  One tour took us to the border of *"  Red China through the rico paddies,  duck farms and to the ancient walled city  ���true old china with its narrow alleys,  tiny rooms and still inhabited by des-  "cenclahts- of" 400" years" "aga" We" also"  visited the famous Tiger palm Gardens.  These 'gardens' are a profusion of grottoes and pavilions displaying effigies  from Chinese mythology. They cover 8  acres and were built in 1935.  Tiger Balm Oil not unlike camphor  oil was developed by a Mr. Wah. He made  so much money from his Balm that the  government tried lo get some from him  so he said instead he would build this  beautiful 'garden' and give it to everyone to visit and marvel at. Mr Wah was  not permitted to remain in H.K. so he  went to Singapore and built another garden there. His wife lives in H.K. and  yearly donates HK $2 million to good  causes. I might mention that the Chinese  are still very wary of European or Western medicines and still use lots of Tiger  Balm for everything.  Wc visited the largest fishing village  named Aberdeen and went by Sampan  to a floating restaurant where wc enjoyed a 7 course lunch.  The sampans are operated by women  using one long oar over the stern. Many  of these small craft house the whole  family and the members live oh them  going ashore'only to get fresh water.  On our return bus tour we went  through great blocks of government-  provided apartment buildings housing  many thousands of refugees then along  the coast through quaint fishing villages  of Taipo and Shatin.  That evening, Sept. 11th an English  radio broadcast announced a typhoon  approaching H.K. and about 300 miles  to the south. Wc were due to fly to  Osaka, Japan the next day at 3.30 pm.  However, thc storm slowed progress and  we look off on time Sept. 12th.  Next week: By air to Osaka then to  the beautiful Imberial City of Kyoto, cultural centre of Japan.  St. Mary's*group ,  F_3ia__  V- ,*../;*  F.a.,j'iJ.;i >!.���)��.' iiaii|..,.,.uujjL!UJiiiij , ��,,.�����,!  ...     ���?,,._.���..-_.������-���_-,���.���_,.������������_     .    ���?���_,.   ...fa-fl-*.-.   _> ���,  af. Gibsons JUraliarY Joeet  MONTHLY meeting of the Gibsons Auxiliary io St. Mary's Hospital was held  November 4 in the Health centre with  the President in the chair. Two new  members were welcomed; Mrs. J. Willis  and Mrs. F. Waterhouse.  Copies of the constitution and by-laws  ��� of the Gibsons Auxiliary to St; Mary's  Hospital were distributed to all members.  Mrs.   Hobson   reported   the   Secholt  Thrift Shop will bc closed from Dec. 20  until Jan. 7.   Mrs._Blain__j_eportcd _the_Mini_ Thrift-  shop will bc closed Dec. 24 and Dec. 31.  Mrs. Dobell reporting on the meeting  of the Co-ordinating council staled the  . council will purchase and be responsible  for all smocks used in the Thrift Shop  and for In-Hospitall Volunteers. Also will  be buying 12 new Dogwood Crests for  the smocks.  A sketch of the proposed show case  for the Hospital Lobby was shown to thc  council and Mrs. Morgan, council representative on the board, was asked to request additional information regarding  shelves locks etc. It. was moved thc council pay invoices for equipment amounting  to $691.30.  The  delegates  to  the B.C.  Auxiliary  Convention hold October 19 to October"  /���22,  reported  on various aspects of  the  convention. Mrs. Dobell, Mrs. L. Mason  and Mrs. N. Moore read reports which  were most interesting and informative.  Thc president appointed Mrs. G. Richards and Mrs. N. Moore as nominating  committee lo the annual meeting to be  held first Wednesday in December,  Mrs. W. Davis, convenor of the Bridge  Tournament, .gave her report for October  -13.-Tables played -Mr.- and-Mrs,-AV. McGown won 1st prize with .760 points 2nd  prize won by Mrs. E. D. Hoops and Mrs.  F. Wright with 5.640 points. Door prize  was won by Mr. \V. Dorey.  ��� Next monthly Bridge- Tournament  will beheld November 30 at 7:30 p.m.  in the basement of the Health Centre.  The monthly meeting of the Gibsons  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital will bc  held on Decenmber 2 at 1:30 p.m. in the  basement of the Health Centre. New.  members always Welcome.  [in mm  PRESENTS    ���  f  ,STARRIN:  Jock Lemmon ond Sandy Dennis.  Color - Cartoon - Fcaturettc  Starts 8 p.m. Out 10 p.m.  Friday, Saturdoy, Monday,  November 13th, 14th and 16th  COMING SHOWS  IN   ORDER:  "If . . ."  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