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 K^r/V^ -*"��tf*  "^V       ,  Copies lor all . . .  Aldermen request bylaws  situation presently  iilf I'myiwiiP-'r^Kiigji'f ��j mufWiW  trA^^J ft��� -���     EwrtftJ  West Canadian GraphJ.0 Industries ���*��td-��  1606 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9t ��.C.  Service  CTCX t^/SS^C���"*"!  "r3C""3'  CL*3  jU-1  SECHELTA village aldermen at last meeting of council made clear the fact that  they would like to know a little more of  what bylaws are in existence for at present, no one, including the Mayor, has  knowledge of what powers council actually has.  Mayor Bill Swain expressed the view  that every alderman should have copies  of village bylaws in order that they  might study them at their leisure. "There  was a time when I was informed that  if I required a copy of a bylaw I could  obtain one by paying twenty-five cents.  Tliis has stuck in my throat ever since,"  he said.  Clerk Ted Rayner drew attention to  ���4r*V4l^4P'i*f4..rVVW/; "lil.* �����ra>y��aa�� uFaaa��a1|ia��..a��ai  F,S . \, . ... F,a ^ .  i *    a a."���     a       . f * .        ja a . .* Fa.  fc> /j     il      , >{..,      >       a   ,. v>     * ,     "* ,1     a  '".* "P77,f7ij'- y/j'' -        -     .     "     *   '   .f  ���*���     f*    /V*.    tk'   *J?   .*   J. ** '** F l   ,i  * - - a r7��� P>7VisAi7 * ,    -���       i  - ��*r *���      ��� ,   ���       �����,   ��������   .   ,-   , -. > *,  VANDAL CAUGHT  Police acted quickly following report  of a trigger happy hunter in the Prince  George area who had been shooting  Hydro power line insulators. Within two  hours he had been apprehended, charged  and tried. The twenty year old man was  placed on two years suspended sentence,  assessed $500 costs and prohibited from  carrying firearms during thc two year  period.  PHONE  PROBLEMS  Recent complaints regarding long  distance dialing, publicized in The Times,  resulted in a visit to the area by a  customer service supervisor who told  Times staff the problems are strictly  mechanical. Introduction of new sophisticated equipment has presented a number  of new situations but it is hoped to clear  it up soon.  BANQUET  Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce entertainment'chairman Ted Farewell reports that a few tickets are still  available for the popular Annual Banquet  lo be held this Saturday October 17th in  the Peninsula Dining Lounge. For tickets,  contact Peninsula. Motors, Campbell's  Variety, Benner Bros, or The Times.  Pender area mothers  express appreciation  MOTHERS  of  children   in   the   Pendet*  Harbour area who participated in the  swimming programme during the summer, would like to extend a vote of  thanks to' those who co-operated in fund  raising projects to help keep the classes  operational.  Classes were held on Francis Peninsula  and af Garden Bay under the supervision  and instruction of April Walker and  Colleen Myron.  It is hoped to continue classes next  summer and to make sure that ample  funds are available, fund raising projects  will  be conducted  throughout the  year.  Anyone wishing to donate empty beer  or pop bottles to help this very worthwhile project, should contact Mrs. An-  tilla at 883-2(333 or Mrs. Thompson at  883-2445. who will be only too happy  to arrange for pick-up.  thc fact that one set of bylaws which  had been available now appears to be  missing. Aid. George FJay argued that  regardless of whether a set is missing,  new copies are required. He therefore  moved that copies bc provided as quickly  as possible.  PROTEST  Mrs. Phyllis Parker of Village Enterprises Ltd. wrote protesting thc fact she  had read that council had plans for extending village offices with a view to  providing space, if required, for othor  governmental departments presently  located in the Post Office block. Mrs.  Parker said she was concerned that council should be considering tempting tenants  away from the present building.  It was also pointed out that present  day building costs would result in a high  cost of rental.  Mayor Swain said he could understand  Mrs. Parker's feelings but it is simply  a q'uestion of getting all such offices under  one public roof. Council agreed and moved  the letter be acknowledged.  CONSTRUCTION  Plans to carry out constructional renovations to the Whispering Pines waterfront cafe arc held up due to the fact  the property is zoned residential. Council  has shown reluctance to rezonc to commercial despite the fact adjacent build--  ings on thc block are also commercial.  While most members of council approve the constructional proposals, permission cannot be given without first  rezoning or obtaining approval by a  Board of Variance. It was therefore suggested the board be contacted and asked  to. make a recommendation to council.  This board is comprised of two local  appointees and one government appointee  who presently resides in the Gibsons  area. Mr. Jack Mayne is one local member and third member* will be Mr. Ben  Lang who, it seems, has agreed to sit  on the board.  NEW BYLAW  Recent complaints by some aldermen  were that lanes and, in some cas*es roads,  on new subdivisions were very poor. They  were being approved by council and once  approved are responsibility of council  forever more. It was felt the Subdivision  Bylaws should be tightened up and a  decent standard of construction demanded.  Three readings were given an amendment last week which will make sure  that both lanes and roads will be constructed to a good standard.  CHAMBER REQUEST  Request from the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce for a grant toward  .cost of establishing the tourist bureau,  last summer, gained approval. Aid. Flay  said he had to agree the cause is a good  one, however, he expressed the view that  he would like to have seen it open for  longer periods on.week-ends. It was explained by Aid. Joe Benner that the  booth was run by volunteers and there  were times when-it was not always pos.-,  sible to remain open at certain times. He  also reported that tourism to the area  was up 40% over last year and that visitors to the bureau were''up* considerably  over last years figures.  The Chamber also asked that,consideration be given clarifying names of roads  at Porpoise Bay. There arc, it appears,  two.or three roads branching off thc road  to Porpoise Bay and all bear the same  name. It was agreed to investigate the  situation.  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon,' Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Pork, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Class Moil  Registration No. 1142  Union <*"">    Label  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  Volume 7, No. 46 -��� WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1970  Executive members of Sechelt Elementary School Students' Copncii:  Secretary Kathy O i k e ; president  Darcy Stephanson and treasurer  David Lamb handed over a $25  cheque to Mr. Albert Lynn president  of Sechelt and District Retarded  Children's Assn., last week. Students  do a variety of tasks to raise money  Happiness  and have decided to help the Association as one of their projects. Mr.  Lynn is going to arrange for the executive to visit the new classroom  built by tlie Association this summer,  so tliat they can see first hand what  is being done to help other youngsters in tlie district.*'  Not maintained  Rod & Gun Club  Ttiaiiksgmiig Turkey Shoot  marks slate of activities  DESPITE the rain, Sechelt Rod & Gun  ��� Club's Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot,  held on Sunday, October 4th was a  tremendous success.  Frank Jorgensen who was in charge  of the event, made sure that lots o|v  ammunition was being used up, aftd  everyone had a lot of fun.  The shoots consisted -of events ranging from lucky targets to skill shoots  with both 22 and large bore sporting rifle.  Something new in the way of a tire with  a balloon in the centre, running downhill, proved a lot of fun and demanded  the maximum amount of skill from the  contestants, with four tying and then  having to shoot off for the turkey.  Eighteen turkeys were won with the  list of winners as shown:  SHOT GUN  LUCKY  TARGETS  H. Batchelor, R. Fairbrothcr, Rod  Pierce,  Lou  Cousins,  Bob  Nygard, Jim  Warren, Sandra Jorgensen, Audrey Benner, Mrs. Lambe.  22 LUCKY TARGETS  Bob Janis, Bruce Gibson.  22 RIFLE (20 yd. target) Chris Smith.  50 yd.- latga- boro bench. Bud Fcarnley,  Chris Smith.   "  50 yd. offhand large bore score: George  Flay.  50 yd. offhand clay pigeon large bore:  Archie Scott, N. Hoyum.  Moving target (Balloon in lire) large bore:  George Flay.  COMING EVENTS  The Rod & Gun Club has a full slate  of events planned for the coming fall  and winter, starting out with hand gun  competitions on Sunday October 18th at  thc Sechelt Club House at 1 p.m. The  same day at 7 p.m., the juniors start off,  any boys and girls aged approximately  10 years or over who arc interested, should  contact Mr,  Harold   Nelson at  885-2282.  The Halloween Dance this year will  be a "come as you please" affair in the  Club House on Friday October 30th.  Saturday, December 5th is the dale  .set for the Annual Banquet. Tickets arc  now available for both events, at C&S  Sales, Sechelt *Barbcr Shop or from most  member*, of the Club.  ASSAULT  Charge of assault has been laid against  Paul Baravash of the Pender Harbour  area following an attack on school teacher  Earl Sevorson who. it is understood, had  had cause to discipline Baravash's son  earlier. Case comes up this Friday,  REQUEST for s c i e n c e equipment at  Pender Harbour Secondary School,  led School Trustee Dave Ganshorn to  comment at last week's board meeting  that it seemed the district has not been  maintaining the science programme in  that school.  District superintendent R. R. Hanna  pointed out that the district had to put  off what had been lost in referenda.  Asked how they managed at Pender  Harbour previously if they required  $5,000 worth of equipment, Mr.~Hanna  said that the teacher demonstrated while  students watched, with the new equipment; the students could perform their  own experiments.  Trustees agreed to seek permission  to use capital surplus funds to purchase  the required  equipment.  PHYSICS PROGRAMME  Mr. Hanna commented that there  seemed to be some misunderstanding,  regarding use of thc science wing at  Elphinstone. The science labs are fully  used by the whole school including the  storage rooms. The original frame build-  ' ing at Elphinstone is deteriorating and  there is a need for thc new multi-purpose  labs presently being constructed.  Referring to the August 19th school  board meeting where Mr. Hanna reported  there were insufficient students to warrant a physics 11 and 12 course this  year, he said that when school opened  in September it was found there were  sufficient students and 22 are now taking  physics 11.  Referring to the poor condition of the  frame building where the celling of the  boys' dressing room is falling in, Mr.  Hanna said that the referendum which  Included funds for fixing the school was  lost.  Six hundred and eighty-four students  are enrolled at Elphinstone and Mr.  Hanna said he wouldn't like il to be  thought   lhat   Ihe  extra   expenditures^  Change of plans . . .  m��ifte  iJTipiflii  Facilities lacking  ��rfta:�� ite�� Msw��ti��!i.  PREVIOUS criticism of tho Coast Garibaldi Health Unit for falling to take  action regarding a wooden hut on Cowrie  .SIreel, presently used an �� food outlet,  re.-iulted In a letter lust week to council  of Sechelt from thc health director slating lhal the department Im well aware  of the t.|tuatlon and expects lo clear Ihe  matter up shortly,  '"'lie "oiler adrcssed to alderman .Joe  Henner, n.t roiincll representative on the  board, pointed out lhat II would appreciate the opportunity of inspecting  Mich pmnli.ru in future prior lo Issuance  by council of a business licence. It wan  explained that this would apply to busl-  net;;, roncen.f. Involving food handling,  eating or drinking establishment;., hair-  dressing places or rooming and lodgings.  Such arrangi'im-nts would assure council  that a new buslnes-i compile*, with all  the public health regulations, At the  biiim.  lime, a Joint Inspection with tlie  building inspector and the fire marshall  would mature that the premise*, meet all  safely standard?! and requirements of Ihe  National Building Code,  Under the authority of the Municipal  Act, council may refuse a business licence,  revoke a business licence or, under certain  circumstances, Insist (hat an existing business nr premise ho brought up to standard.  Copy of another letter sent by the  health director, Dr. 1>. L. Grmmlll lo  one of lli*r> operators of the food outlet,  wan rend nnd slated: "Wc have to advise  you lhat your food store premise,*! are  not In compliance with Provincial Regulation., governing such establishment.*:.  Lack of toilet nnd hand washing facHltlrs,  adequate protected food storage area and  equipment render the premises unfit for  thc purpose for which It  Is  being used.  "Therefore, you are required to have  Hie promises renovated In order lhat Ihey  Inay comply. Failure to havo tlila work  aifca4* 'iVtJtmiim**!',      0    i.tlp-a.,1.  Department Co-operates  Highways Department co-operated  with requicst by the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce and  have now posted an adequate directional sign at the Langdale ferry  terminal cut-off. Previously a sign  .simply indicated Port Mellon to tho  right and Gibsons to Ihe left. .Strangers were therefore faced with the  problem of having to decide which  way to  turn for .Sechelt or points  on to Pender Harbour.  ���n 1 .  performed may result In our having to  request the municipal authorities lo take  action which thdy arc empowered lo do  by the Municipal Act of British Columbia,  "If wo can assist you in planning  the  required renovations, please, contact  ll.*(". ' ���''**,,  Mayor Hill Swaln commented that It  would sreni the Health Department has  taken action and now sreks support of  council. Clerk Ted Rayner however,  warned "we havo to bo careful" Mayor  Swaln dlsngreed and pointed nut that  in light of the letter It In now up to  council  to  hack-up  the  health  director,  Alderman    Henner  agreed  and    unanimous approval wan given his motion  lhat the Health Unit be asked Ui lake iter  -mury action lo enforcu the A��Jl.  LOWEST    bid   for  construction  of    six  classrooms plus administration area at  Sechelt Elementary School. Is $19,000  more than the architect's estimate, according to figured released by .secretary  treasurer Jim Metzler at last Thursday'*,  meeting of the School Hoard.  Rather than curtail effectiveness of  the building by changing plans and  specif lent ions to cut costs, district superintendent II. R. Hanna suggested that  It may bo possible to draw from surplus  funds in Referendum No. 0, This has  been done In other arcan, but Mr. McUlcr  firmly slated that this source of funds  for capital costs has now come In an end  except for funds already committed to  other projects,  Estimated cost of construction at  Sechelt given in referendum No, 10 which  received taxpayers approval in May of  Ibis year was $1*13,000, Taxpayer,! had  already approved the sum of $12,000 for  construction at Sechelt In Referendum  No. ft giving a total of $199,000 available*  for the project, This sum together with  what Is available from contingencies still  leaves $19,00(1 lo be found to meet lowest  bid of $172,779.  A total of eight bids were received  ranging from the low hid quoted, lo a  high bid of $203,237.  Trustee Bernard Mulligan fell that  all avenue*, should bo explored to raise  the extra $19,001) rather than amend the  pilll)!,.  Truiilcca finally    gavu authority    to  change (he plans, subject to approval  from the planning committee, Re-bids  will then be culled from those who submitted the three lowest tenders.  ,  LEAKING ROOFS  Giving his report on tho summer  maintenance programme, building superintendent, Mr, Hob Rutter commented  that no roofing repair.*, had been done  although Ihe weather had been Ideal,  In May of this year, trustees approved  a resolution peeking permission lo spend  $13,779 from capital funds lo repair roofs  at Elphinstone, Pender Harbour, Davis  Ray, Sechelt and   Lnugdulo schools.  Mr, Metzler told the board that referendum No, II funds hi|d been earmarked for Ibis project, A survey has been  conducted by Master Contractor.. Association and the project Is awaiting  lenders,  LANGDALE  Commenting on construction of the  niic cl.iN.roiin. addition ul Langdale which  was built during the summer by Ihe  Maintenance Department wllh Mib con-  tracls let lo local tradesmen, Mr. Roller  said that when final figures are known,  It Is expected that the cost will he roughly  seventy per cent or standard cost,  Mr, Rutter ��-ild that (he Malt.tennnet*  IVpiulmcnl has excellent tradesmen and  Ideal contractor*, were very happy lobe  working on schobl construction. He fell  llllii method in Ideal for ."mailer school  addition:.,  the new science wing was not. needed.  RESIGNATION  In his letter of resignation to the  School Board, Mr. S. G. Bryant who has  taught at Elphinstone for some years,  said that he wished to retire from teaching at the end of December this year.  As the school is on the semester system, Mr. Bryant said he would be willing to teach for a further period, to  complete the semester in January. Mr.  Bryant also said that his association with  the staff and the school board, and with  some exception, the students, had always  been a happy one.  Mr. Hanna referred to the faithful  service which Mr. Bryant has given the  school district and trustees accepted Mr.  Bryant's resignation as of December 31st  and advised that he be employed as a  substitute teacher for the month of January, to complete thc semester.  Shopping mall zooms  as interest develops  WORK   on*, the  $500,000   shopping  mall  in Sechelt i.s progressing satisfactorily  and one store vacancy only remains to  be finalized. A spokesman told the Times  last weekend that considerable interest  has been shown in the project both locally  and  by  outside   interests,  Todate, thc roof of the building has  been completed, floors concreted, heating  installations in position, water hooked  up and interior brick trimmings will start  this week, Store partitions ,are under  erection and it i.s planned to have the  first   stores  opened   later  in   November.  Business'.*; within the mull so far include: Shop Easy, Campbell's Variety  under a Stedman franchise, Marshnil  Wells, Western Drugs, Royal Bank, God-  dard'.s Fashion Centre, Uncle Mick's  Shoes, EiTin's Decorating, a ladles hair-  dressing salon, snack bar, Included in  Ihe Shop Easy store, which will be doublo  present size, will Im a home bakery department, One store remains but negotiations are presently  taking  place.  While some doubts have been expressed as to whether the community Is  ready for such a development, general  opinion in tin* business area seems lo  be that it ty an imaginative and progressive project which will be the start ot  a great future for the district,  mmmaai  id-Bffefs  pint  tbe nay  to action!  In Today's Classified;-  'awianwiniiiiinniiamnaia  .in... i ��� n.a. imaaia ,,. ,���, .,,���,  LARGE size  wooden crib and  mattress,  $10,   McCliuy   Easy   wringer   washer,  $30,   RIO fl,  picket   fence,  $(19,  .0(10 Stlhl  chalnsaw,  like new $179,  ��� Timer. C.<mlfic.h imcl, ovor 2,b00 hoinci  (10,000 rrodott.).  ��� Time*. ClflV.lfleds oo INTO Ilia lir-mot. , . .  nol on lowin, Mirer** or In oilvcit:.,  ��� Timc-i, Clt,v,lfie<l:, oro low-co-.t, hipl-potency  dole*, tonici,  Phono 005-9<!>54  r**a��0a..l���Hl^�����    M.   ���      *��� >t*      **>a��n-jA �����*������*���"   r Pago A-2 the- Peninsula times, We.inest.dy, Oct 14,1970  REAL ESTATE (Continued)      REAL ESTATE (Conh)  ���SEi'ii jiHtn  i  i  ThePenWSULa7^*^ SecheU " ^one 885-9654  e3  Classified  an wnnnniinnnnnr in nnnnimintinnnrwinnrri--*1--'-'**"1* *���*"'"*'"* �������������� ������������<*��-�����������  -C3        Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at- Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  HELP WANTED  Volunteer  TEACHERS AIDES  Urgently  Required.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations1  Morch 31. 1970  Gross Circulation 2S38  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs ll 2 words)  One  Insertion _- ; --.75c  Three  Insertions  ������,���-,..,,$1.50 *���  Extra lines (4 words) . ���15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers,.___..__ 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count lino.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  -   Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsulo area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens $3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  COMING EVENTS  ROBERTS  Creek Legion  dance, October 24 from 8:30  p.m. to.? Music by The Western Troubadors. 5348-46  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ...  Wed,, October 14th at 8 p.m.  Your last chance to See:  "THE BRIDGE.AT  REMAGEN"  i  Thur.,   Fri.,   Sat.,   Oct.   15th,  Kith &   17th  at   8  p.m.  plus  Saturday Matinee at 2 p.m.  Walt Disney's  "IN SEARCH OF THE  .._ CASTAWAYS"  Starring Maurice Chevalier &  Hayley   Mills,   in   Technicolor  Sun.,   Mon.,   Tue.,   Oct.   18th,  19th & 20th at 8 p.m.  "BROTHERLY LOVE"  Mon., Wed.  to 12 noon  & Fri. 10:30 a.m.  or; 1 p.m. to 2:30.  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt JOllage. $30,000,  will sell block or 5t acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 0.28  Acres. Modern 2 bedroom  home, ample cupboards, and  storage; FP; Vanity Bath;  Bar; Property fronts on two  roads; on permanent water  supply; Good investment for  sub division.  F.P.  $22,500.00.  BY OWNER ��� GO ft. waterfront lot, West Sechelt. overlooking Trail Islands. Cleared  ready for building. Phone 885-  241G or write Box 562. Sechelt.  B.C. 5349-46  ���  ���     .a      .... a...     ~a   a  ^ a. a^. -a        .......         .   - . a.  .      f. .  GIBSONS: 20 choice acres  with total of GM> ac. clear.  Comfortable older style 4 rm.  home, wired for range etc.  New workshop 16 .*< 24. Roads  3 sides, excellent water and  garden soil. Attractive terms  on $32,500.  Only 8 years, old and beautifully kept modern  2 bdrm..  Retarded  Association.  Children's  Phone 88G-2932-  5343-46  Starring  Susannah  Peter  O'toole  &  York ��� in Color  RESTRICTED  Coming  Next:  Walt  Disney's  "SLEEPING BEAUTY"  536C-4G  BIRTHS  GIBSONS Wt-STERN DRUGS  .  .   .is  pleased  to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes.to the happy  parents.   *���*���,  ANNOUNCEMENT  REQUIRED  IMMEDIATELY  Licensed Real Estate  Sales Personnel  To round out our staff, we  have spacious offices, with a  good central Gibsons location.  We offer:  ��� New  Subdivisions  ��� Excellent Contract  r��� Mortgaging Assistance  ��� Secretarial  Service  ��� Direct   Telephone   Line   -  Vancouver  ��� Congenial  Working conditions  For a completely confidential  interview,    please    call    Mr.  Black, Manager 886-7244 days  or evenings.,  MACGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Suite 12, Curlew Plaza,  63G Clyde, West Vancouver  Phone 685-3133 '  53G8-46  HELP WANTED (Peroole)  OFFICE CLERK  RECEPTIONIST  REQUIRED  Minimum requirements: Completion grade 12. Knowledge  of office routine, experienced  in typing and if possible  switchboard operation. Kn6w-  ledge of medical terms would  be helpful. Apply in writing  to: Administrator, St. Mary's  Hospital, Box 678, Sechelt,  B.C.  5339-46  REAL ESTATE         EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Lusting Service  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE  880-2248  WATERFRONT BUILDING  & BUSINESS: Marine Supplies, Sporting Equipment.  This Commercial Building and  Business is-well located to ensure a steady year round trade  '3 stores annual revenue from  rentals $3600.00 Appx. $15,000  in stock included. Turnover  in excess of $50,000.00. Also  boat^ rental & beer bottle depot. An ideal family business  with a good future. Asking  $G6,000.00. Terms. Owner may  accept boat as part payment;  Call Jack Anderson 885-2323  or 886-7244.  MACGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Suite   12,  Curlew Plaza,  636 Ulyde, West Vancouver  Phone 685-3133  5369-46  GEORGIA VIEW in  sons, large scenic lot  breathtaking view. Buy  future home at today's  of $6600. Tenns.  886-2481  Gib-  with  it for  price  Lov-  Notary Public  REGISTRATION for Highland, Country and Character dancing. 2 to 4 p.m. Welcome Beach Hall, Kcdrooffs.  October HSUi. Miss Donna  Scott. 5361 -HI  PERSONAL  WISH   to  contact   Latter   Day  Snint-s    members.    Ph.    88!)-  0547 or 880-2540 4505-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thurs-,  clays, Wilson Creel; Community Hull. Ph. llll.r)-!);)27. 811(1-  23-13, 407 It- tfn  MUSIC  (iUlTAH nnd neeordian music  school plans to open Glb.sons-  Seehelt nre... Iiegiiinci.s or advance, private or olns.s lessons.  Uiiiui .Swanson, 1111(1-7701 between   f.-ll   p,m. 5300-4(1  WOftK WANTED  DO    YOU    ri*(|uire    puil-tlme  boo|(-kei*plng,       fitiitomeiits,  balance    nlux*t.s. 'Personal    Income lax returns. Ph. 11110-0331,  4127-tfn  K^i^E^'En di-yw-ilT acou-  t.lic it textured celllngN, now  In (ilbsons men and mivIiih  the Peninsula. Free Estimates,  Knsl service, Phono (��� & W  Drywall,  811(1-2-102,       42011-trn  TJLL.OI-M (ahliiuieySemce"  Eaves denned and repaired  Painting, gardening, janitor  H'lvloc, odd jobs etc, All worli  gun run Iced, Hit I Sechelt, Ph.  1185-2101 preferi.hlv evening*!.  27-H-tfn  I.AMY   Mlttlm;   In   my   home,  Day in* night.   Have ,'t year  old   of   my   own,   Phone*   11110-  1-Vin, ' .">:t.l,.-l7  TYlMNCi. pay rolls, ImoMiccp.  Ing. All office work done  ���(trlclly     confidential.     Plume  II.I.V,..". III, 5333-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK: 4.6 acres  beautifully treed and partially  cleared potential view property, Just ofr. hwy. 101.  Check the price of property  in this area and see for yourself the marvelous investment  potential for ONLY $5,550.  ROBERTS CREEK: Lovely,  selectively cleared large lot,  on Lower Roberts Creek road.  View, This is the site for  YOUR DREAM HOME. Full  price  $5,750.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Centrally located on quiet residential street, a neat clean one'  bedroom home in excellent  condition, Wide angle view,  New oil furnace, This home Is  ideally suited to retired couple or single , person, F.P.  ���Ii 14,750.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: For  IMMEDIATE sale by absentee  owner, u two bedroom older  type home, View property advantageously located. Landscaped Lot, Largo covered patio. P.P. $13,700 with $5,500  down, Reasonable terms on  Imlmicc,  UOIIKKTS CHEEK NORTH:  Ten Nccluded acres of well  wooded land with gentle southern slope, Good rond access,  Hydro and phone available.  Location gives privacy with  convenience. Exceptionally  well priced at $8,250 with  $5,000 down, Balance on small  monthly   payments.  Co m in i* re I a I properties;  Largo cleared lot in tbe centre of Gib-urns, next to existing apaitinfiits, All village)  utilities available. This Is an  excellent development properly for only $0,350,  11 wo Is a good home and n  fully equipped two bay garage with two gus pumps, This  Is n eom|fli��te operating ln.nl*  ness lor only .$:il,.'100.0(1 full  prlco, .a down will handle.  An easy finance through the  gas co. The buuliu'ss has a  prime   locntlon  near  Ihe  golf  HILLCREST ROAD  ely I bedroom home,- suit couple, nice landscaped lot, blacktop driveway. F.P. $11,500 on  terms of $6000 down.  886-2481  VIEW LOTS in Gibsons,  Abbs Road, Sargent Road,  from $3300 to $4800.  886-2481  GIBSONS HEIGHTS��� Lots  72' x 130' close to Schools,  Shopping, Medical Clinic,  Theatre, etc., ready to build.  F.P. $3000 on terms of $500  down.  886-2481  WATERFRONT ��� Gower  Point 50' x 200* with 2 bedroom cabin. $15,500 terms.  WATERFRONT ��� Davis  Bay 50' x 150', sandy beach,  with 2 bedroom house, $15,000.  WATERFRONT��� Langdale  sloping property 8$' x 110',  good anchorage, $7500 on  Terms.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� 3  bedroom near new home on  large corner lot, cathedral entrance, cut stone fireplace,  full basement, w-w carpet,  sundeck and carport. F.P.  $26,900.   Mortgage   available.  88G-2481  ACREAGES ��� North Road,  5 acres $5500, and 4.8 acres  $7500 cleared land, Chamberlin Road, $5500.  880-2481  GOWER POINT ��� 3 bedroom home on 2\it acres, having fruit trees, chicken sheds,  landscaped with patio and  garage, large living room, dining and bedrooms in natural  panelling, with w-w carpets.  F.P,  $29,500  on  terms.  800-2481  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHoi'PING  CENTRE'  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone   888-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  kitchen, living & dining room.  Small patio. Matching garage.  Terms on $1G,800.  Over 5 acres, level, creek  thru*, approx. Vz cleared. 2  homes, walking distance to  schools and shops. Attractive  terms on $25,000.  Retirement Special! Desirable 4 room cottage with a  view up the Sound, level lot  and close to P.O.. shops. Full  price Only $15,000.  We have a few choice W/F  lots on sheltered water, all  services.  Details  on  request.  Well located 8 "4 acres, level, mostly clear and in grass.  Only $2,500 down on asking  price of $10,000. Offers are invited.  Only $6,500 down on full  price of $16,000 gives possession of cozy 2 bdrm. cottage  on 1.4 ac. Close to beach. Year  round stream thru' prop.  Approx. "ii. ac. view lot,  close to beach. Only $3,350.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  5364-4G  REAL ESTATE (Conh)  WANTED to buy, 3 bedroom  house on one to three acres,  or vacant land. Davis Bay or  vicinity. 885-2838 or 88G-7577.  5341-.46  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  LOT for sale, .central Madeira  Park. $4200 T.P. Half cash.  Balance  easy   payments.   10%  discount for cash. Ph. 883-2680.  5271-46  ���BY-OWNER- ��� West-Sechelt-  :��� Waterfront home, 2 bdrms,  electric heat, stone fireplace,  Crestwood cabinet kitchen. 12  x 12 storage room or possible  3rd bedroom. 60 ft. lot overlooking Trail Islands with  pathway down to beach. Full  price $16,000. Terms $5,000  down, balance easy monthly  payments at 7 per cent interest. PHONE 885-2416 or write  Box  562,  Sechelt. 5350-46  H. B. GORDON  & KENNET LTD.  P.O. BOX 123.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  REAL ESTATE (conh)  FOR SALE ��� Woodland lots.  ��� 5 lots, V> acre to -!-. acres.  Close in to community. Madeira Park. Price $5,000 each.  Discount for cash. Frank Lee  Madeira  Park,   883-2G07.  5268-4G  BLOCK BROS.  Thone  Mr.  Good 263-4993  collect or  73G-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  BLOCK BROS.  4342-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  BltAND NEW 52' x 12* General Leader, 2 bedrooms, carpet, 4 pc. bathroom, Queen  size bed, deluxe college sofa  & chair, gun furnace, 200 gal.  oil tank. All set up and ready  to move into at trailer space  No. 5, Sundance Trailer Court,  Sechelt, B.C. Terms available  on $8500 Full Price.. Phone  885-2812 or 885-9646. "Will accept smaller trailer in trade".  5315-45  BOATS & ENGINES  19* CABIN cruiser. Head, sink,  bunks, stove, built-in fuel  and water tanks. 50 horse  Merc. & Irailer. Many extras.  F.P. $1,950. Call 885-9606.  4831-tfn  ONE 28' boat, .double end,  powered by Chrysler Ace,  inoncl shaft, fibreglass fuel  tank, $750. Four open boats,  $25, $35 and 2 at $50 each.  883-2336. 5338-46  5V2 HP Johnson 1964 .... $120  9.8 HP Merc. L/S No.  2245351  $220  r93-HP Evinrude demo-.. $410  65 HP Evinrude 1968 W/  Contr.  : : '--_'  $680  90  HP Johnson  1965  W/  Contr  ,- $025  33 HP Evinrude 1970 .... $495  40 HP Evinrude 1968 .... $495  35 HP-Johnson El. W/  Contr. ���.��� $295  MADEIR MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  53G3-46  EQUIPMENT  .ni.".!** ���,��<���,.��B^ju,��"*i  5  TON B.B.  winch  on stand  and sled. $125. Small Briggs  motor, $25. 5359-4G  FOR SALE  FOR RENT  GIBSONS ��� Luxury, "Gold  Medallion" 3 bedroom 1750  Sq. Ft. waterfront home on  large lot with magnificent panoramic view. Living room 15'  x25' with floor to ceiling raised hearth rock fireplace, gold  coloured wall to wall and sliding doors to patio. Dining  area 12'xl5" with Gold wall  to wall. Bright sunny kitchen  12'xl5" with walnut cabinets;  avocada counters with matching dish washer. Master bathroom 9'xl2' vanity, with sunshine yellow fittings and separate shower stall. Second vanity bathroom 5'.x9' Gold wall  to wall in all bedrooms. Utility room "in basement also unfinished rec. room area with  roughed-in fireplace. Realistically priced at $4.6,900. Terms  available.  GIBSONS���1 acre commercial property in key location  with over 700 feet road frontage!! Ideal for development.  NOW.  Realistically  priced.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 10 acres beautifully treed, south  slope properly with over, 600  feet road frontage. Perfect  homesite with excellent potential for subdivision. Full price  $12,500.  WEST SECHELT���Sargeant  Bay (North - West) Mofiri--'-  cent waterfront & view lots  with superlative salmon fishing at your doorstep. Limited  number of lots available ih  this choice location close to  Sechelt Villago and all facilities. Priced from $5,750 with  easy  terms,  PENDER HABOUR ��� Lge.  fully serviced view lots only  100 yards to safe mporage, Located In the centre of Pender  Harbour the hub of scenic  boating wuters and fabulous  .sports fishing, Priced from  $2,750  with easy  terms.  For full clolalls call Frank  Lewis In the Gibsons office nf  Exclusive   Agent:  Selma Park: New two bedroom home, all electric, on  lease lot. $4,500 down. F.P.  $14,700.  r -..  Silver Sands: View' lot on  hwy. Try your down payment  to $3,300 full price.  Roberts Creek: 20 acres with  stream thru & Hydro by.  $20,000.  Sandy Hook: 3.96 acre  homesite on two roads. Half  cash. F.P. $15,300.  80 feet of waterfront, lovely view, protected shore,  good beach and moorage, secluded water & hydro available. Half cash, F.P. $15,000.  West Sechelt: 2 bedroom  home on 1 acre. 131 feet frontage on Highway 101. View  property $14,500.  WAKEFIELD: Half acre  view lot, $6000.  3 bedroom and den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  .a down.  % acre of garden, lawns,  and shrubs; 3 bedroom home.  $24,500 with  \<z  down.  View  lots  from $3,200.  Halfmoon waterfront: 300' at  $33,000.  PORPOISE BAY ��� 3 bedroom house, nice living room,  large kitchen, basement, automatic oil furnace; a lovely lot.  $13,750 F.P.  VIEW LOTS���DAVIS BAY  ROBERTS CREEK 4.77  acres level land, partly cleared  Good  investment   at  $6,500.  Multiple Listing Service  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. Private entrance.  Warm-, and clean. Selma Park.  Working gent onily. Ph. 885-  9535. 5255-tfn  2 BEDROOM furnished, modern home near Sechelt. For  responsible woman or couple.  P.O. Box 366, Sechelt, B.C.  5306-46  1 BEDROOM furnished apartment & 1 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Available  November 1st in Sechelt. Ph.  885-2862. 5331-tfn  2 BEDROOM furnished house  on   small   acreage.   Vicinity  Ruby   Lake.   Phone   112-883-  2516. 5326-46  SMALL house, close to bus &  shopping area Sechelt. Electric range. 885-2845.      5362-46  3-4 BEDROOM modern home  for rent on waterfront at  Gibsons. $150 month, available until June 30th. Ph7"886-  7227. 5340-48  WANTED TO RENT  FURNISHED house in Gibsons  area, wanted to rent. References given. Ph. 885-9430.  5120-tfn  HARRY GREGORY  DON HADDEN  885-9392  8115-9504  5322-tfn  ECONOMICAL  1963  Falcon,  7164.   ,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD    '  ) "  Our Representative Mr. Good Call Collect 688-8796 (24 hours)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Coll.  2695 Granville St,, Vancouver.  TILLICUM BAY/SANDY HOOK  SUBDIVISION  16 Lots, Watorfront 8. Semi  Drive  down Sandy  Hook  Road on  Sechelt  Inlet,   seo signs.  CALL COLLECT, Mr, Good, 688-8796 or 736-5937.  Evenings*.:  Jack White  Ken  Crosby  Jay Visser  888-2031)  88(1-2008  11115-2300  FINLAY REALTY LTD,  min-imoo                  nail-Mil  Gibsons                       Cnqultlain  '  5307-1(1  531(1-15  64 LOT  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION  Tho bust lorgo vlow lots In Pcndor Horbour���ovorlooklno tho  Harbour ond Gulf, closo to Mores ond schools���thoso lots con  bo purchased with o very low dawn payment and payments  as low as $35 per month.  HELP WANTED  REQUIRED Imuicdj.'itely:  Cleaning Lady for 8oi.n.c*i  Point; .Steady employment,  Bachelor Trailer. Phone 111.(1-  7211, I'll*...*..* Phono Mr. P-Iacl,  for Interview at   IIIKI-7244,  5370-4(1  I  I'DIII'IH*.  LISTINGFI  WANTED  Vine�� Prewer  Lorrlo Girard  Wally Pdorson  Hox  2311, (llb.'ioiifi,  886-9359  886-7760  886-2877  n.c.  53(15-4(1  230' Waterfront Motol sito In Pendor Harbour��� $18,000.  98' Watorfront lot at Pondor Harbour���$7000.  ���ft Aero scml-wotcrfront lot at Earl Cove���-$3000.  130' Watorfront, Pondor Harbour, only $500.00 down payment  required,  6Vj Acres, Modclra Park,  1100' frontage on Hlohway���$8000,  10 Acres, Earl Covo, open to offer.  I Vi Aero vlow lot, Madeira Pork���$4500,  Many other view ond seml-wat��rfrant lot* from $3000 to $8000.  Terms available on nbovo properties.  Discount for Cash,  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, D.C.  Phona Ponder Harbour 883-2233  COMMERCIAL LOT, SECHELT, $11,500 F.P.  COMMERCIAL  At Secholt. 471' watorfront, all services available Suitable for  Motel/Hotel complex. $68,000.  BUSINESsis  Ladles'/Children's Wear, little or no competition, located rloht In  tha contra of tho Penlnsulo. Excellent opportunity. Terms,  .  Variety Store 5 & 10c located on Peninsula, Prime location 1750  sq, ft. Ideal for man and wllo oporation, Stock $20,000. Terms,  Evorfjreen colloctlna wholosalor plus small theatre 100' woterlront  with four bedroom residence, Land alono worth half osklnn value,  High return for ownor-oporotor, Investigate this ond phono mo,  Mr. Good 688-8796. Terms on $55,000, or your houso In port  trado.  "PENDER IIARnOUp"  Located   ovorlooklno  Gordon   Bay West   and   Southern  exposure  just off tho hlohway with ��lgh| average sl/e  lots, can  bo sub-  divided,   $20,000 down or your property In trado,   Ideal retirement, Mr, Good, 688-8796,  ~ lots'"  Two waterfront on Francos Penlnsulo, about 200', osklnn $16,000  each, Also 50 ocros $45,000,  From $3250 Garden Pay Lake, sco slnns,  WATERFRONT  Rfttliomont or Summer homo on the bench, Selma Pork, $17,500  F,P. Terms.  *-"       HOMES '  Summer or Perm, resldcnro Hallmoon flny, Gordon Boy, Pender  Harbour, split level $16,900, Loronr modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landlno, Howo Sound, about $2!i,000 will  handle. Will novor bo repealed, As a prosllrjo watorfront resilience,  Over 5 bedrooms and n'"-*"! accommodation, largo oroiinds,  Commercial Business onrl larp,o Acreages, Phono Mr, Good  680-0796, 24 bouts. I icproiont your area, Block Dins.,  Realty Ltd,, lho laraesf In tho West, I am a realtor and a  member of lho Indilstrlol. Commercial and Investment Division  ,( of lho Greater Vancouvur Roal Estato Board,  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST, PHONE ME���WE SELL!  2695 GranvlMt* St., Voncouver. Mr. Good 680-8796, 24 twun��.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE  LOST  VICINITY of Smith mad ���  Y.iyi.C.A. Road in Langdale,  large Siamese male (nutured)  cat. Friendly, named Co-Co.  Reward of $25 offered. Please  call Mrs. Inger Niclson 88U-  2601 or Dr. Perry 886-7313.  Co-Oo belongs to Chris & Margie Christienson of Langdale.  5295-46  FOUND  GOLD wedding band on sidewalk    in    Sechelt.    Owner  may claim on payment of this  ad. Ph. 885-9625. * 5353-46  PETS  CARS & TRUCKS  1969  V.W.  Westphalia  Camp-  mobile.  radio,   18,000  miles.  Very   good   condition,   $3,000.  Call 112-883-2520. 5327-46  IOCS   PLYMOUTH   Fury   III.  H.T. Power .steering, brakes  etc.   Phone   886-9303   or   886-  2350. 5357-46  transportation,  $350.   Ph,  880-  5346-48  POODLE   Clipping,   grooming  &   boarding* at   reasonable  rates.    Also   poodle   puppies.  885-9797. 5283-46  TOY male poodles, 1 silver &  1  blue. 8  weeks, $60  each.  Ph.  885-9797. 5310-47  GOOD   homes  wanted   for   3  ginger kittens. Ph. 835-2308  evenings. 5354-46  LIVESTOCK  QUANTITY  bantam   roosters,  50c  each.  Ph.  885-9347.  5358-46  WANTED TO BUY  SMALL 2 bedroom home, furn  or unfurn. on waterfront if  possible, if not with good  view. $2,500 to $4,000 down.  Send picture and all details lo  Bert Blohm. Box 2C58 Whitehorse, Yukon, N.W.T.   5294-46  WANT to buy ��� Mali Jongg  Set.  Ph.  8155-2013.      5355-40  WANTED  'Lightweight utility trailer  wanted,    886-2377    ask    for  Dennis. 5300-45  GIVE   Avon    for   Christmas.  Salma   Park  ���   Call   Nora  885-2383. 5277-40  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans,  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  *?OR Electrolusc supplies phone  885-9474. 4769-tfn  TV, radio and stereo repairs.  Prompt service in your home,  or at our fully equipped \shop.  Ayres Electronics, Sunshine  Coast Highway, Gibsons. Ph.  886-7117. 4720-tfn  MARCONI    stereo    hi-fi    set  plus records.- Colonial  style  cabinet  as   new.   Phone   H2-  883-2403. 5329-48  DUOTHERM oil .space heater  with electric start, as new  $40.  Ph.  886-2593.        5328>46  OLDER  (firewood)   $10 "pfek-  up    load,    delivered.    886-  9567. 5330-48  ONE used Propane hot water  tank. $20. One used freezer,  $55. 883-2330. 5337-46  DURO   piston   pump.   Hardly  used  $50.  Ph.  886-2789.  5334-46  G. E. wringer washing machine.   Good   shape,   $30.   Ph.  886-2323. 5335-46  LARGE size wooden crib and  mattress,' $10. McClary Easy  wringer washer, $30. 100 ft,  picket fence, $65. 090 Stihl  chainsaw, like new $175. Ph.  885-9333. 5356-46  "CRUSOE of Lonesome Lake,"  the story of Ralph Edwards,,  can be obtained at The Times.  Bookstore in Sechelt. Also the  Forsyte Saga in paper backs.  Ph. 885-9G54. 5345-46  ONE 12*x9' Kelly Green Rug.  Almost   new.   885-9689.  5342-46  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope .-���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT-NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 880-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  SPECIAL ON BUDGIES   $2.95 each  While They Last  Huge Variety of Top Quality  DUTCH BULBS  Now in stock at:  MURRAYS GARDEN  & PET SHOP ���  88(5-2919 Gibsons, B.C.  5314-tfn  r  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  TILLICUM BAY ROAD , No. 1678  2 Bedroom home with fircploco, shaded verandah, Only $5,800.00  Full Price. Call Bob Kent/885-9461.  GRANTHAMS No.  1726  Immediate possession. New, two bedroom home on high view lot,  W/w carpels throughout. Full insulation, propano furnace, 4-pc.  vanity bath, largo sundeck. $16,800.00���-somo terms. Call C, R.  Gathorcolo, 886-7015.  SECHELT VILLAGE ~" ~ No. 1774  Ready to builcl with excavation In best lot in Sechelt. $1,000.00  Down, Call  Bob Kent,  885-9461.  GIBSONS No, 1566  Retirement homo, Near shopping and schools. Very clean. Slnnlo  bedroom, All electric, Full Price $7,900.00. Coll C, R, Gathercole,  886-7015.  PENDER HARBOUR No. 1725  Excellent investment and holding properly on tho sea, Attractive  forms on 37 acres, 1,800 foot woterlrontago. Coll Bob Kent,  885-9461,  GIBSONS RURAL No. 1470  Six adjoining lots consisting ol approximately (Ivo acres eoch,  Excellent wator supply, Rood allowance on thrco sides, Good Investment, Call C, R, Gathorcolo, 886-7015,  NORTH LAKE         ���        "~" No.   1581  Buy now ond bo close lo tho bin ones next summer. With your  own land, of over on ocre, with a cabin for le*.*. than $10,000,00,  you'll ho silting pretty. Coll Hob, 085-9461,  SELMA PARK  '"" No.  1668  3 nmlroonn rltjht on* Selma Heights, 1040 squaro feet on partly  landscaped aero. How about your, cash oiler. Ownor .willing to  <leol now, Coll Doh Kent, 885.9461,  HIGHWAY PROPERTY No.  1627  Opposite Sunshine Coast Gold ond Country Club ond planned  recreation confer. Prime I0',i, ocres. 660' fronlogo on Highway  101, Lxcepllonol opportunity for Investors to subdivide or develop  or residential or commercial, Reasonably priced at $14,000,00,  For further details m to view phono C, R, Galhercolo, 086-7015,  GIBSONS * Nc)i |725  3 Bedroom home, Practically new. Minor finishing required, Well  rtrslgned for growing fomlly Large corner lot, quiet nelghhoihood,  Reownahly priced at $16,1)00.0,, lull Price, Terms. Call C, W.  i>othcrco|n,   (186-7015  VIFW HIGHWAY FRONTAGE " No   1609  V.TI?I'',,,'I1- r,"1l(>v<"','l lorgo .1 bedroom homo, Fomlly living room  ���J "I*-*. Fireplace, modern cabinet Kitchen, built In range* ond  tinnXnn ",'/" ��ITr,*"'t'T"��,IV ?/3 ocro. Full Prlco $16,900.00,  $/,000,00 down, (.all C, R, Gathercole, 886-7015,  HAVIS BAY Nf),   |790  Mrst Imy In tho oreo Aeon tho rood h your beoch, All fenced  propeiiy with one ol best views on the Const, wllh two bedroom  home to lionl. Real go..,l terms on Full Prico ol $16,500,00, Call  Hob Kent  lor youf next homo, 885-9461, '  ASK FOR OUR FRFF. CATALOGUE 0?RFAL ESTATE  ��)��  Box 128, Secholl  AGENCIES LTO.  Phono 085-22.35  m   M ��       *0f    1  I      |��l��*Hl*   a**-"*-*- a F    J".?   ,(  aaaa>Fa|a^aaaaaj-a  *-U**JN.  The Peninsula Times      N   Page A-3   ��y�� *     //��� a f  Wednesday, October 14, 1970 IrCLVeLLLng    ArOUnCl  FOR SALE (Continued)  HOUSES, saddles, saddle  " blankets, bridles. One live 7  month old female pig. Approx  21)0 lbs. Ph. 888-773-1.   53-17--1R  AVON calling ��� Only 2 more  catalogues    till    Christmas.     -~   ely gifts for all the iiun-  if\ Phone Linda Ball. 888-  9H2\ Territory rrom Wakefield Rd". to Halfmoon Bay.  5332-48  COLDSPOT   upright    freezer.  F.xcellent condition. Ph. 880-  9514. "  " 5351-48  THE Time's Bookstore in Se-  chelt has the complete series of Sunset building, remodelling & home design series.  $2.50 each. Phone 885-9654.  5344-48  Safe motoring  DURING holiday weekends, many motorists will be taking trips to visit families and friends or going for a scenic  drive to view the autumn colors. The B.C.  Automobile Association has a few tips  that will help to make your journey  safer.  First of all, plan it out well in advance: know where you're going and  when you should get there. Have the  car checked for brakes, lights, steering and  tires. Enjoy the trip with the security  of a safe vehicle and use one of the  best safety features in it ��� your seat  belts.  Remember to maintain the proper  speed and drive defensively. By keeping alert to the traffic situation, you  will be able to spot trouble before it  develops 'into an accident situation.  During the trip, fight fatigue by  stopping every two hours for a rest; by  keeping a flow of fresh.air throughout  the car; and by listening to the radio.  Keep the children calm with games and  toys to play with when they become tired  and cranky.  Enjoy your holiday outing with your  family and friends. But, make sure that  everyone is safety conscious, not only on  the road, but also during all holiday active  ities, says the BCAA.  MRS. Jack Redman, Mrs. Orv Moscrip  - - and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laidlaw recently  spent a holiday in Miami, Florida, flying  by charter flight on an overnight trip.  They stayed in a motel on Miami Beach.  It was the off-season and they found it  rather hot, with a temperature . in the  -Ill's but very high humidity. The water  was very warm, but the great Atlantic  rollers which constantly broke along the  beach, made swimming rather difficult.  Miami Beach is often referred.to as  the playground of the nation, for it has  miles and miles of fine white sandy  beaches, flanked by palatial hotels,"ahd  in the winter months il is a popular sun-  spot for visitors from New York and  Montreal.  Mrs. Redman and Mrs. Moscrip paid  a short visit to Nassau which is only 45  minutes by plane from Miami. The island  is British, but soon to get its independence. The streets are very narrow and  traffic drives on the left hand side of  the road. The native policemen, picturesque in their white jackets, black pants  and white gloves, stand on boxes at street  junctions directing the traffic.  Our travellers enjoyed a visit to the  strawmarket where the black women sit  in front of big tea chests weaving hats  and bags in beautiful designs. They saw  the conch fishermen bringing in their  catch, taking the meat out of the shells  and selling it to the natives who came  alongside.  ' They visited Government House  where the Duke of Windsor lived during  his term as Governor General. It was  a most intersting holiday, say Mrs. Redman but she is more than ever convinced  that for year round living, British Columbia is hard to beat. She thinks some of  the magnificent homes in British Properties compare very favourably with the  show homes she saw in Miami.  Our,-Provincial government which has  certainly done a great deal towards telling the world about British Columbia, is  always urging us to "See B.C. First". Yet,  how seldom do we take lime to explore  Vancouver, thai ever growing city just  the other side of Howe Sound. So often  we pass through the city on our way to  other exciting plaees-;-or we make flying  trips to the city just for business or shop-  -ping expeditions, without taking time to  see our city as the tourist sees it.  by Mary Tinkley  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morgan decided to  take a holiday and do just thai*** They  stayed in a motel and saw many of the  attractions they had been wanting to see  for a long time, such as the' Centennial  Museum and the Conservatory on Little  Mountain. They explored Stanley Park  and enjoyed its fine display of flowers.  They revisited Deep Cove after a long  absence, and found it but little changed.  Driving out to White Rock through an  ever-developing residential district, they  visited Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mrs.  Wheeler and renewed old friendships  with people they had not seen for twenty  years.  Color T.V. raffle  aids Homes project  SUNSHINE Coast Kiwanis report favourable progress of their Senior Citizen's  housing project, site of which is, located  oil North Road, Gibsons.  Property has been cleared and legal  work for information of the society is  also well under way.  Various Senior citizen's housing units  are being studied within the province  with a view to determining the most  attractive and functional units for the  local, undertaking. v  As a fund raising project, Kiwanis will  launch a raffle for a 25" color television  set with tickets available as of Thursday  October 15th. Winning entry will be  drawn Thursday December 10th 1970.  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service  11  a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  -    ,   -,.    V-   a-F^^^g!'"*-^^ ,   ,,���.������.  Ul  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  f^'s free reminder of coming events Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  S 5*�� o0ne Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote  Pod . Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannot alwoys carry full details.  a&aaaF'fiAi'U!*'^^  Oct. 14���2 p.m.. Legion Holl, Madeira Park. Pender Harbour Hospital  Auxiliary  Meeting.  Oct. 14���2 p.m. Legion Hall, Madeira Park. Hospital Auxiliary Meeting.  Oct. 14���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo. ' - -  Oct. 15���1:30 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Sr. Citizens Assn. Branch 69.  Oct.  16-���8 p.m. Sechelt Indion Holl. Bingo.  Oct. 17���From 10 a.m. Cubs & Scouts bottle drive.  9,Cf' If���' p'm' Seche'*" Rod & Gun Cluhouse. Handgun competitionss.  Oct. 18���7 p.m. Sechelt Rod & Gun Clubhouse. First meeting for juniors.  October 19���2 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons. O.A.P.O. No. 38 Regular  Meeting.  Oct. 19--Socholt Legion Hall. Blood Donor Clinic from 2:30 to 4:30  p.m. and 6:30 D.m. to 8 p.m.  Oct. 20���8 p.m. Selma Park Community Hall. Community Assn. General  Meeting.  Oct. 21���7:30 p.m. Sechelt 8. District Retarded Children's Assn. Meeting in now classroom at Gibsons Elementary School,  Qcr- 21���1 p.m.-3 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall. Porcnts School  Auxiliary Rummage, Tea 8. Bake Sale.  Oct, 23���2-4 p.m. St. Aidans, Roberts Creek Hall. Fall Bazaar.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Servico  Vancouver Real Ectato  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR, Mr. R. Allaby  PHONE 886-7502  All Welcome  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico -��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  . PASTOR REV. S. CASSat-S  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  .   Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m,  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  AGENCIES LTD..  Box 128, Sechelr, B.C.  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda's, Sechelt. Family Eucharist 9:30  a.m, (2nd ond 4th Sunday). Holy Eucharist  every Sunday at 8 a.m.; 9:30 a.m. (1st ond  3rd), Every Thursday ot 10 a.m. Evensong  at 7:30 p.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday),  St. Mary's, Garden  Day. Holy  Eucharist���  11:30 a,m. (1st and 3rd Sunday),  Egmont.   Holy   Eucharist���2   p.m.   1st   and  3rd Sunday),  Church  of  His  Pretence���Redrooffs." Evensong���3    p.m.    over    2nd    Sunday.    Holy  Eucharist���3  p.m.  every 4ih  Sunday,  Priest���Rov, D, Popplo, Secholt 805-9793.  rin  Ji  flrarawac] jpsmm  *mmwmwm*mmmmm  MMWMnNWVMWNI  WALT MYGHEM  SALES LTD,  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS  On tho Wharf -  006-9303  Quality  llou-io   ond   Marino  Paint.  m0mmtmmmm^mmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmiwu��\mi*l  rmm mwm*mmmw0>wwmwm0mm0mmimwrw0'  PEIWSULA  PLUfVIBiNG LTD.  Dealer (or  Super Kcm Tone  and Shorwin Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  m0��00%m0m0m0W0000Mimmmiwim00mim*0mm#  organ's  en's Wear  G.W.G.  Work  Clothe*  Work Gloves  SECHELT, B.C.  DECGRM.-How About Those Screens?  Tho hoit point lo use is thin screen enomol, A possible substitute Is  on exterior ooomol thinned wllh mineral ������plrlt*. or turpentine, Whichever  you choose., ho Mire thot it is a qiinlity product to assure long-lastln-n pio-  tectlon.  Galvanised steel screens require a special silvery amy primer, The  color cnn ho fhonflod by tinting with oil paints, However, the Canadian  Point Manufactured, Association recommend*, always referring to tho  lobol directions before olloriiifj or apply nn\) point product,  To retain tho nriolnnl color of .co'ppor, brass nr aluminum scrconliifj,  uso spar varnish or a clear oslorior loa-tu'i, Copper ond brass require no  .Inhibition prlmor, but aluminum should ho primed with tine chromata point.'  Whon con.l.lorlno what color to paint the screens, keep tho total look  In mind, The color of your sldlno, framus nnd screens should oil ho tlio  somo color to moko windows loss noticeable.  Method-, of application vary���roller, sprayer, Or screen painter, Tho  loiter con lie purchased from your paint denier, or con bo homo mode by  toiklnu a piece ol carpet to n wooden block.  To .simplify tho point |oh, lay your screens across a pair of saw  Inn*.(���*, or box.***, of I'uual holahl, Thorautjhly m:.uiI> lho paint onto lho semen  In, oil directions. Uso plenty of point ond don't worry about fllllno up  some* o| tho holes In lho mesh, Generally, ono pint of point will cover  (ilK)ut olcihl screens.  If you spray point, stand tho screen upright, tie sure to adequately  protect llto ground or flooi beneath your work area with a heavy layer  of npwar-opofs cm* dropclotl,*, Wl.��m the enamel ttas dried, turn th* scrrrns  over nnd rub with n brush or piece of rnrpeilng to open clogged spots,  Your efforts moy seem o llttlo out of season now, but next sprint,  you'll bo olod you took the time,  $  "Times AdBrlcfs"  aro  MIGHTY MIDGETS  mwrmmmm m iwm  TWIN CREEH  BLUCllBElTI &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monamcl & Dreezo  Paint*-  Sunshino Coast  Highway near  GIDSONS  Phono 806-2808  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom furniture  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in oil price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek. B.C.  Phone 886-2551  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons orea and the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402  Box 185, Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  -    ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment-"Bank'interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete tine of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD*  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Co*..  FREE ESTIAAATES  _ CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRIFFE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  "   .dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvicw Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  FRANK E. DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE"  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSQ DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  "   BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sate  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Aery Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gos and Oil and Repairs.  24  Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Ponder Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Bcnlnger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  PENINSULA STUCCO 8, DRY-WALL  All  Kinds of Concrete Work  Albert Ronnbcrg 886-2996  Welcome to Tho Floorshino Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Sppclallits In Clcqnlno - "l����r Waxing  Sproy (hilling - Window Cleaning  REASONABLE RATES  KEN C. STRANGE  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Camper Sites, Fully Modem Cabins,  Tenting Grounds.  Launching Ramp, Uoot Rental*., Moorage  Uncrowdod Natural Sotting. In tho Heart of tho  I'hhlno Grounds, Follow tlio slon*.,  883-2577 - R.R. 1, Modelro Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Glbton�� 086-2322  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON AU MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  A|l electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  ���from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES."- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  j^*m\ ���^^f\  (CANADIAN   ffROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMAThS  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K&C Thcrmoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Secholt, B.C.  Phone 885-9767  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations- Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel  Crushed Rock  Phono: Sechelt 085-9550  JOHNSON'S  nUILOING MAINTENANCE  Specializing In*.  Paper Manning, Interior & l.xlrrlor decorating,  Ruii crit-tinlno. All type*, of Hiilldlnn  Molnt-'rioncc*. Door Installation,  Window Clcanlno.  PHONB 003-9713 AFTER 4 P.M.  Don 642 - Sochett, D.C.  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone j 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  ������H��*���II���������-����������� I.    .,    ������..      ��� .l���.llil.n,..l1��IH I   I II I      I  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing -" Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 886-7617 oi 886-2848  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood.   We  deliver   on   the  Sunshine Coast.  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Rood, Richmond, B.C.        Phono 321-2388   COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only. ������  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & -GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494  E=>RNIE WIDMAN  E      for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LYw,  Residential, Industrie*.  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2173  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  General Freight.  Low-bed and heavy hauling.  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  tvlnruda Sales - OMC Parts & Servico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Toping and Fllllno by bond and machine  ���Spray Tex Sparkle Ceilings���  Phone 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Crcok  Sunshino Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TRCCS  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for   ,  Londscoplng and Trees,  Phono 886-2684  "A DROP OF BLOOD SAVES A LIFE"  Support tho Blood Donor Clinic  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  / For Expert Blasting  / FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2304 or 886-2945  R.R.  1, Sechelt, B.C.  /  ���wdtoKi^  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will bo in Secholt  ondcty, Oct. 19  For an appointment for  eye examination phono  S8S-28I3  ���%. Page A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 14, 1970  Brownies and Guides  for "Fly-up" ceremony  OCTOBER 7th meeting of the Sechelt  L.A. to the Brownies and Guides was  held at the home of Harriet Newton.  Twenty members were present, four being new to the L.A.  Kcrjorts of Fairy Gbdmothers indicated  I he First Sechelt Brownie Pack has 17  Tweenies and 11 Brownies, the Wilson  Creek Brownie Pack has 4 Tweenies and  15 Brownies, the Pender^ Harbour Brownie  Pack has 20 Brownies, and the^ Sechelt  Guide Company lias 22 Guides under  the able- leadership-of-LoreUa- Copping, -  Margaret, Wise, and Bonnie Whyte.  The Second Sechelt Brownie Company  has not yet been able to resume activities  due to lack of leaders. It is.hoped that  someone will soon come forward and  offer their services, as there are many  young girls hoping to again participate  in Brownies. Anyone interested should  phone Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell at 885-2494  or Mrs. Donalda Sigouin at 885-9763.  The "Fly-up" of Brownies to Guides  will be held October 29th at 7 p.m. There  I  >.!  fit"1**'  1        'I*      *  lal J.'  ln;  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  . * I '       ���;\WA  A   -'  ���m  ���7nti,,**y>    . v  J-4f 4i$  COURT OF-REVISION  10 a.m., November 2,  1970  Public Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will  be-held on Monday, November 2, 1970, at 10 a.m., in the Municipal  Holl, South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., for trje purpose of hearing  any complaints respecting the list pf voters for this Village Municipality which closed at 5 p.m.; September 30, 1970, arid to correct,  revise or alter the list.  The list, so corrected and certified by the Court, will be used  forthe^annual elections in December, 1970, and subsequent elections^  or submissions, until a new annual list is prepared and certified in  accordance with the Municipal Act.  October 6, 1970  David Johnston,  Municipal Clerk  KtW//W///.W^  a  i  i  "5  i  i  1  "3  I  5  a  1  i  i  *-3  i  i  1  i  1  1  expected  The next L.A. meeting will be held  at Aha home of Mrs. Doreen Mullen on  November 4,  1970.  SkM  Jewellers  .*��� ft ft  Jewellry  Watch &  Repairs  ft   ft   ft  Phone  885-2421  Librarian  Busy giving assistance  in the lib-    is a graduate practical nurse who Roberts Johnson, Alison Gregory and  rary at Sechelt Elementary School,    intends getting a few more qualifica- Amy    Joe.  Standing are:    Bonnie  Miss   Daphne Paul finds   being   a    tions before^she decides on teaching Starrs, Shelley Rathburn and Laurie  teacher's aide is quite a change from   or nursing^ as her career. Pictured Tyson.        *  her previous occupation, for Daphne    witlj^Daphne are from left, seated:  BOX 259, WYNGAERT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-7122  COi  GLASS SEftVICE  MBdROHS  Cut fo Size  WINDOW .REPAIRS - PATIO SCREEN DOORS  J FREE ESTIMATES  ��� yii...��i.i.LUij.��.iii   ��I.1IiiiIiw.W  ii.;;..  )'^j^  >L*WMaJata^J>JWlwi.<mh,  aall.fa.Ml...,   .ail     -,^-.V..  V ..^^..^^.J^iUwh^^lt.^  Skiing .started it a couple of years  ���.Ko with brightly colored ski boots. This  .sca.son ice hockey picks up thc trend  toward fancier footwear."  Already six National Hockey League  clubs have shelved their traditional black  for gay uniform-matching colors.  The Detroit Hed Wings, naturally, will  be donning red boots, Pittsburgh prefers  two-tone blue. Los Angeles has ordered  purple and gold; St. Louis, blue and gold;  and Philadelphia, orange and black,  Charlie Fin ley wanted his Oakland  club in white skates, but when it was  pointed out they would look footless on  TV, he consented to Fort Knox gold and  Kelly green.  Supervision  A full day from 8.30 in the morning  until 4 p.m. is spent by teacher aides  at Secholt Elementary School. Miss  Barbara Joe pictured with Lcc  Creighton during playground supervision gives tremendous assistance  to teachers and the work is practical  experience for Barbara who taught  nursery at Sechelt last year and  completed a full course of summer  study at UBC as part of her training to become a teacher.  *& VIIAMilNIS  * HQUSII-iOLO DHU��5   * COSMETICS  *& Fl&ST .AID SUPPLIES  .* STMBONEItY  ' *'. CHRISTMAS CAUDSltiB WMAP  >V BRUSHES  COMBS  with thc  exception of  BONUS BUYS  a   a   a  V/hldl  Arc Values  Too Good  Too Miss ...  BUY ONE  AND GET AN  IDENTICAL  ITEM FOR  1   PENNY!  GIBSONS ��� 886-2234  SUNNYCREST ��� 886-2726  SECHELT ��� 885-2238  zmmm  :&s&si^^  ������*'*WMWff'<*!!***^^^  SET  IMtercurf Outboards:  9.8 HP. Rcg. $533 <&/]*&&%  SALE        ^&6Sa  20 H.P.'Rcg. $646    &f~����i"3<  SALE A-Dfld  65 h.p. u5cd,      S^i^rm  Rcg. $1000      SALE V|>MB\JIJ  1-in" Gilson Decric  LAWNMOWER,  Rcg. 89.95 SALE  12  Yardman  ROTOTILLER,  Reg. $106  :axaBS8gMsgg**��a  SALE *M9  ,o RAWING!  ALL  CHAIN SAWS,  OIL,   GAS  CANS,  TOOLS  (AXES, WEDGES, RAFTING DOGS, ETC.), ROPE,  FIBREGLASS AND RESINS.   '  111  j]   Cowrie St., Sechelt  RTfMI  Mlmud(a|  m  Ju      U      U VilLaSl  .1*3  PhottQ SSS-SS2-S  Nrrr  Glbaono ��� Phono 886-2337  NO MATTER WHAT you want to  aavo for ��� or (or how long, wo cnn  holp you. Bocouso wo'vo got so  mony clilforont ways to savo that ono  ol them litis to b�� Just right lor you.  Wo cnn ovon holp you with tlio  totighont part ol envlng ������getting  started. Onco you'ro on your way,  tho rest Is roolly qulto oasy. It's) n nlco  fooling to wntqli your monoy ��� and  Intorost ������ pilo up.  So il you could uad somo holp  whon it comoa to snvinn. como in  nnd soo mo, Wo'vo n fow Idons up  our aloovo to mako onvlng olmout  |..iinlo*j3.  -  IBEceto'lbol  he ROYAL  YOUR LOCAL BRANCH IS LOCATED  ON THE SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS  Phono 886-2337  KIDS  OUTGROWN  THEIR CLOTHES..  TOYS . . .  FURNITURE?  GET CASH  THROUGH  AD-BRIEFS  FOR FAST  ACTION, PHONE  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser: These  advertising spaces oro  root bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  io| mso 'fr$96-S88 ouoijd  special ad rates. *�������������*������        ���a*-"**-*        V     ^ VWWVS  ��>r-��-s*-*-*v>* y\s V"**-*.  t"^**^ ���"^^"^S"^-*-*^^ v-^^-^sj-v^v*-^-^*^.^,^^ a^xSv-s vV\x*h -**<N."��ti.-��*>--  vv  Impaired drivers hit  by breathalyzer test  THREE men faced charges of driving  while their blood contained more than  .08 per cent of alcohol when they appeared before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt  last week in Gibsons.  Peter Brian Reed, Terence Wayne  Gritt and James Donald Hanson were  each fined $300 and had their driving  licences suspended for three months.  Edwin Frederick Meldrum faced two  counts involving Social Service Tax and  was fined $100 on each charge.  Appearing in Sechelt court September  30th before Judge Mittelsteadt, Ronald  E. Hutton was charged with driving  while his blood count revealed an excess  of .08 alcohol. He was fined $300" with  a thice month driving suspension.  Frank Howerd White of Pender  Harbour faced a similar charge resulting  from a vehicle accident last July. He  entered a plea of not guilty but was  judged guilty as charged and fined $300  With a three month driving suspension.  Rick Peters of Vancouver faced two  charges resulting from an incident July  11th at which time he was with a gang  of motor cyclists in the Sechelt area.  Seen to be weaving across the white  Hue he was stopped by police and subsequently taken to the police office for  a breathalyzer test.  He refused the test but was subsequently charged with possession of  marijuana, driving while blood contained  more than .08 per cent alcohol and refusal to take the breathalyzer tost.  , Appearing last month in court, hi  was fined $100 after pleading guilty to  possession of marijuana. Last Friday,  October 9th, he entered guilty pleas to  the other charges.  Following a character reference and  agreement by RCMP he was fined $100  and a one month driving suspension on  each charge. Suspensions to run concurrently.  f"  <���A-1-^AV 7\  )      a.       -".a1     /.     Ja        -     -,'-T*"J-       4. a-.  s./.f./.A"'     ^��^-**fi  7k'-   ���,,    ' **.".**/\  "'�����      a       A    "    ' (.J    7  ^-\U .-V#*   A       A/  ���" 7/.   *     ���ft, I  &'  v-"*-**"-'*-;-v  A  ���a  ���**. 74,  I     ***-��,  '.l  h  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary Mini Thrift Shop at 1678  Marine Drive will be open from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.  every Thursday,  from October  15th.  V  Use 'Times' AdBriefs to Sell, Rent Buy. Swap, etc.  Section B  Wednesday, October 14, 1970  Pages 1-6  Mrs. Phyllis Mundy . . .  Garden Club slide show  attracts large audience  Warm Reception  ! Well-known public figure, Mrs. Phyl-  i lis Mundy of North Vancouver received a warm reception when she  greeted many old friends at Sechelt  during her visit as guest speaker at  Sechelt Garden Club meeting. From  left are Garden Club president Mrs.  Lorene Yates, executive member Mr.  Vern Shuttieworth, Mrs. Mundy and  secretary Mrs. Margaret Bell.  .mi-sa^r**^^^  L sklz&?H  VI  se  J7.7  10'3":-  -12.5 H.P. Rating  675 Ib. Capacity  Beam���54"  Depth���23"  Weight 120 lbs..  Woman, leading steer by rope, calls  to husband. "Darling, come out and see  what I got for 49 cents a pound!"  One seven-year-old to another: "I've  just about got my parents figured out.  But it's taken me all my life to do it."  WARM appreciation was expressed to  Mrs. Phyllis Mundy by close to eighty  persons who had the privilege of viewing the exquisite selection of colour slides  which she chose to show at last Wednesday's meeting of Sechelt Garden Club.  Common flowers became subjects of  rare beauty and colour seen through the  eye of Mrs. Mundy who is an artist with  the camera and a naturalist with a deep  love for the natural beauty of Canada.  On this occasion, Sechelt Garden Club  opened the regular meeting to a very  appreciative public and president Mrs.  Lorene   Yates  kept  club business  to   a  Gibsons elementary ." . .  Trustees query extra costs  of open area teac  GIBSONS Elementary School does indeed  have problems with open area teaching, but according to reports given at  last week's school board meeting, they  can be attributed entirely to defects in  construction of the open area classrooms  and not to thc concept of this type of  teaching.  .Recent request made during a committee meeting of thc school board, that  Vice Principal Mr. John Ayris be allowed extra time out from teaching to  plan thc programme and assess students'  ability during September, caused trustees  to qucrry effectiveness and extra cost of  this type of programme.  Four teachers involved in open area  teaching at Gibsons Elementary School,  plus Vice Principal John Ayris ahd Principal George Cooper attended last week's  Board meeting to answer trustees' questions.  Trustee Dave Ganshorn pointed out  that Gibsons was the only elementary  school in the district which had requested extra planning time. Mr. Ayris countered that the non-graded philosophy  which is being introduced at Gibsons,  takes more time, for each child has to be  assessed according to ability, Il was not  just a question of planning curriculum  and work schedules. "When you, are  working with children, there arc problems, all year long," said Mr. Ayris.  OPEN AREA  Mr, Cooper outlined Ihe ideas behind  open area teaching which allows more  inter-action between a greater number  of students and it is hoped, results in  them becoming more independent, learning being prompted by their own motivation rather than pressure!.  By working together, three or lour  teachers use their own special abilities to  thc advantage of the children,  Mr,  Cooper  explained   that   llu*   pro  gramme is still new to the school and  changes are being made. This year all the  children in the open area are in their  fifth year of school and around the 9-10  year old age group.  DISADVANTAGES  Mr. Cooper who was strongly supported by Mr. Ayris, pointed out that any  problems were physical ones. The original structure planned for open area teaching.proved too expensive for Department  of Education approval. Resulting structure 'which came within cost limits, set  by the department, proved inferior. The  ceiling is much too low being eight feet  instead of ten feet high. This led to windows being reduced to slits, cutting out  natural light. Ventilation is still very  poor despite the system recently installed which was described as being ineffective and crude.  Asked by secretary treasurer Jim  Metzler about disadvantages of the library being in the open area, Mr. Ayris  said it would have been fine if the building had been designed the way it should  have been. The library has been blocked  off by various devices such as lockers and  cloakrooms because there was nowhere  else to put them,  The confrontation ended with trustees  being invited to visit the school and  spend some time in the open area. The  complaints may appear to be trivial but  they affect the whole system, said Mr,  Ayris. '  Commenting on statements which had  been attributed to him, District Superintendent R, It. Hanna staled that in his  opinion, open area leaching is more demanding and creates more difficulties  and problems than in the triiclitional system, Ho did not say that these problems  were peculiar to Glbsolis Elementary  ' School,  minimum to allow ample time to enjoy  the company of Mrs. Mundy.  Tidewater to Timberline, look viewers  from the familiar shore line to the breathtaking beauty of Alpine meadows above  the timberlane in Garibaldi Park, through  the dry belt of the Okanagan and high  into the Rockies.  From her lifetime collection of slides,  Mrs. Mundy who is renowed as a mountaineer and photorgapher, carefully selected those which would appeal to garden .  club members. Her Jlawless photography  depicted the shimmering beauty of early  morning dewdrops held by the green  fingers of lupin leaves. At the 8,500 foot  level, rare and colorful flowers were seen  florishing on rocky ledges or raising their  delicate heads from a layer of melting  snow. High above the work-day world,  sparkling streams ran through colorful  banks of wild flowers and striking contrast was obtained with meadows ablaze  with colour pictured against a cold glacial  backdrop.  Following the showing of slides, Mrs.  Mundy greeted may old friends in the  district for she has been, and still is, very  active in many organizations, including  the Girl Guide Movement, the Alpine  Garden Club of B.C. and the Vancouver  Natural History Society. Despite being  in her seventies, she learned to drive just  a few years ago and still enjoys the  annual trips with the Natural History  Society.  To those who wish to see the. natural * y  beauty captured by her camera, she says,  "You just have to park your car,  possibly climb under some wire and start  climbing".  In extending a vote of thanks to Mrs.  Mundy, Sechelt Garden Club executive  member Mr. "Vern Shuttieworth, said he  was quite certain he would never have  seen the delicate beauty shown in thc  slides, even if he had visited the same  places.  Miss E. Ormrod extended a vote of  thanks to the visitor on behalf on non-  members of the Garden Club and also  to thc club for inviting the general  public.  Many people stayed to enjoy refreshments served by the hospitable club and  enjoy a chat with Mrs. Mundy who Is  in great demand as a guest speaker and  an inspiration to people of all ages, who  enjoy the natural beauty of this very  beautiful  province.  Blake C. Alderson JD,C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pott Off ico Buittting Sechelr  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesdoy to Friday 10:30 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  with 9.5 H.P. EVINRUDE  12'    :���25 H.P. Rating  900 Ib. Capacity  Beam���59"  Depth���29"  Weight 185 lbs.  with 25 H.P. EVINRUDE  NOW AVAILABLE AT  Phone 883-2266  at Pender Harbour  I  3  M��att����i��*aa��l������^^  Based on WOCmu&ian qtaoftaB- CMmpkmship  THREE 'EARLY BIRD' DRAWS  RED DRAW, August 27  . (Closing Date August 12)  WHITE DRAW, September 29  (Closing Date September 16)  BLUE DRAW, October 27  (Closing Date-October 14)  Total Cash Prizes Worth $141,724  FINAL GOLD DRAW  November 28 (Closing Date November 12)  1st Prize  2nd Prize  3rd Prize  4th Prize  $70,000  $27,000  $17,000  $ 7,000  Plus $41,265.95 in additional prizes..  All tickets good for all draws,  ickets are available from the Manitoba Centennial Sweepstake, Box 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  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THE PEWSULA DINING  LOUNGE, SECHELT  This popular group of Irish entertainers returns by special request  First C/oss Menu  *  Cabarot  *  Music lor Dancing  SATURDAY, OCTOBER  17th  Refreshments 6:30 p.m. ��� Dinner 8 p.m. ��� Tickets $5.50 each  ���=-f J*  * ii   iiiiir**ri Viwi- i>n ������ihi>- t. ��� r'lta  LI.JH1.. a.+l.^HwiaHf. I*-Wr**.. ���**���.�����*�������� -��N^*K 0. a* jj^l��*Vv^i^Ps?'%**ii^^  School Trustees iold    A'ms and oh'iects ��� ��� ���  sharpen your pencils     Parents Auxiliary slates  BRITISH Columbia School Trustees Association, representing 78 school  hoards, have again been advised that  the Provincial Government is subscribing  to the six percent guideline recommended  by  Ottawa.  The Honourable D. L. Brothers, addressing the annual convention of the  Trustees Association 1n Victoria on Monday, said: "I must advise the school  boards that they should not expect as  large an increase in grants as they received in past years."  The Minister said that there is no  question that some allowance will have  lo be made for increased costs, and for  districts which have" more instructional  units because of increased student enrolment. "However," he said, "This is  a year for you to really sharpen your  pencils, to exercise every economy to  eliminate unnecessary costs and to operate  as efficiently as possible."  Mr. Brothers, whose address referred  to several aspects of education in the  Province, suggested to trustees that during the next year the possibility of  further school district consolidations  should be examined. Reminding the  trustees that after the 1946 Cameron Report the 649 existing school districts were  reduced to 74, then allowed to climb up  to 85 as the Province developed, ^nd  have now been cut down again to 78, he  said there are still districts .which would  bo better off both educationally and  financially if associated with a larger  district.  ul! programme ��f events  ROBERTS Creek Parents Auxiliary has  an active programme of events planned for the year which commenced recently with the first meeting chajred  by president Mrs. Murial Ball.  The treasurer's report showed a substantial balance as of September 1970.  Election of officers resulted in Melva  Baker volunteering her services as  treasurer; Mrs. Tomasic accepted nomination as membership officer and Carol  Mundy volunteered as secretary and  publicity, .officer. Election of president  was postponed until more members are  able to attend. Margaret Smith will  continue to provide tea or coffee service,  with the help of another member,_��hosen  in rotation.  For the benefit of new members, Mrs.  Ball brielfy outlined the aims and objects  of the auxiliary which were described as  attempts to faciliate communication between parents and school, as well as to  raise funds for special projects.  FUNDS  After some discussion of the ways in  which money raised is spent, it was suggested that a questionnaire be designed  to assess whether parents would prefer  to see funds spent only oh projects or  equipment benefitting all children or to  continue the competitive award .system  as well. Mrs. Tomasic suggested that any  decision would be better made after the  Gibsons group . . .  Change of liours approved  lor Auxiliary thrift shop  MONTHLY meeting of the Gibsons Auxiliary .to St. Mary's Hospital was held  Oct. 7th in the Health Centre with the  pres. in the chair.  Mrs. Moore made a motion the Mini  Thrift Shop open al 10 a.m. and close at  1 p.m. instead of the former hours and  will go into effect Oct. 15th. The Mini  Thrift Shop is  situated at  1678 Marine  tfkaMrcMJB-MK^^  NOW SERVING  THE  SUNSHINE COAST  PROMPT SEHVICE  ON  HADiO - TV - STEREO  PHONE 886-7117  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Gibsons  '.('."MHjajva*!  'W^U.U,*F**l jwaJU...lJ.'*J."Jl'Jr^^ll ^irjJ.LLaLWJ!lJI*JJ^"!Fl.!JiiLl.^fla.Jl .��^JIJ^|aaaa>^^*��^;  Drive.  Mrs. Moore reported on Hospital Volunteers. There will be a special meeting  for volunteers on Oct. 13th at 2.30 p.m.  in the Board Room at St. Mary's Hospital.  Mrs. Decamp made a motion the Auxiliary buy six more bridge tables for  use at the monthly tournaments. The  motion was seconded by Mrs. Blain and  carried. In Mrs. Davis's absence Mrs.  Dobell read the report of the Sept. Bridge  Tournament. 1st prize was won by Mr.  & Mrs. R. St. Dennis, the 2nd prize by  Mr. & Mrs. W. McGown and the door  prize by Miss M. Moore. Nine tables.  played at a profit of $37. The next Bridge  Tournament will be held Oct. 2Gth at  7,30 p.m. in the basement of the Health  Centre.  Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Blain were appointed as a committee to do the phoning for the Auxiliary.  In reporting from the co-ordinating  council Mrs. Dobell reported that a  cheque for $4,543.79 had been sent to the  Hospital Administrator to pay for equipment which had been approved for purchase earlier in the year.  Next meeting of the Gibson's Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital will be held  on Nov. 4th at 1.30 p.m. in the basement  of the Health Centre. New members are  always welcome.  teachers had been consulted as to their  possible needs.  Mr. Mactavish, principal of Roberts  Creek School, received a $50 cheque from  Gail Hairsine, to buy paper backs for  the library.  As everyone seemed pleased with thc  price and quality of coloured class pictures  taken last year, it was decided to engage  the same firm again, this year.  PROJECTS  Supplies had been ordered by Mrs.  Muriel Newman for the first Hot Dog  sale held at the school October 9th. It is  anticipated that this project will continue  to provide as much fun and food for  the children as in the past. Members  were hopeful^that arrangements could be  made so that cliildren from the Residential  School could bring their own spending  money on Hot Dog Day, as do all the  other chilHre'n.  There will be a repeat performance  of the annual Halloween Party sponsored  by the Parents' Auxiliary, assisted by a  donation of $75 from the Elphinstone  Recreation Committee. Mrs. Thelma Prittie will be in charge of posters, games and  refreshments. The party will be in Roberts Creek Community Hall on Saturday, October 31st from 7 to 9 p.m. with  fun for all.  Mrs. Melva Baker has commenced  preparations for the annual Rummage,  " Tea and Bake Sale to be held in Roberts  Creek Legion Hall on Wednesday, October 21st from 1-3 p.m, Anyone wishing  to donate rummage, please contact Mrs.  Ball at 886-7727 or the school at 886-  2342 or any auxiliary member. As in the  past'mpney raised will be spent on special  projects which the school could not  otherwise afford.  FINANCIAL STATEMENT  During tlie year ended June 1970, tlie  statement for receipts and disbursements  is as follows:  Receipts���Proceeds from raffle of  coffee table donated by Mr. R. Birkin  $72.20; Misc. money raising efforts $467:  Elphinstone Recreation Committee donation for Halloween Party $75.  Disbursements included, Roberts  Creek School $195; Bursary Society, $50:  Save The Children Fund $30.  ^sisiHiMi**^^  "*>  ���5"?  m  O  Registration and Organizational [Meeting  *���'   Sechelt Elementary Activity Room, October 14th,  7:30  p.m.  ���Persons 15 years of age and over may attend adult classes . . .  ���Sufficient enrolment necessary for classes to start ...  ���Satisfactory attendance necessary for classes to continue . . .  ���Fee must bo paid in full on the first session of the class.  FOR REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION ON COURSES���CONTACT  THE FOLLOWING:  Jock Ticrnan. Pcndor Harbour. 883-2666���Ted Joo, Sechelt, 885-9950.  Gene Yablonski, Gibsons & Sechelt-, 886-9370, 886-7722, or 886-2225.  Interest has been shown in thc following classes which will bo organized  and started after October 13th:  PENDER HARBOUR AREA: Keep Fit - Badminton - Art - Ceramics -  Adult Band - Conversational French - Needle Crafts - Small Boat Construction - General Shop - New Mathematics - St, John's First Aid -  Defensive Driving - Literary Group.  GIDSONS AND SECHELT AREAS: (Academic Credit Courses���all available) Power Squadron - Karate - Painting - Badminton - Bridge -  Lapidary - Ceramics - Welding - Mathematics - Log Scaling - Typing -  Keep Fit (ladles' and men's) - Bridge - Woodworking - Houso Construction - Ballroom Dancing - Indian Crafts - Volleyball - Floor Hockey -  Astrology - Spanish - French - English for Now Canadians - Needle Craft  -Art Lecturo Series - St. John's First Aid - Defensive Driving - Upholstery  ��� Machine Shop - Weaving.  How to Live Well on a Dollar a Day, at Secholt���Mr*. Dorothy Grccno,  fee $12, classes on October 19, 26, Novombor 2, 9, 16 and 23, 7:30  p.m. to 9:30 p.m.  GET OUT TO ORGANIZATION MEETINGS! REGISTER IN A CLASS!  SET A NIGHT! LEARN! HAVE FUN! GOSSIP! COMPLAIN!  JFem flanges from $15 to* $25 p��r cotirse -  O Com�� ond Find Out! Q  '     A'      4.  ���><���-;������  a - ��� ' '.,     "  "������-'��� :.*v ,.***-.-������ vi-  ���-. A ') 1  ������a**.*"** ���-   r t  4      N**��*aJ  ''aAaa.ak.F'VFaH ,��  *'*a.^-?^.--"r- af, ' ,  :X  S*i4.*\*.^giYi��'ii*i*;.. .iiJ  Paul  St.  Pierre  Letter from  Parliament Hill  OTTAWA ��� Monday. October 4, Members of Parliament trudged back to  the House on the Hill where, from now  until deep into the heat of next summer  they will wrestle with national problems  and with one another.  The Associated G ropers After Truth  and Light, as they sometimes sorrowfully  call themselves.  The politics of a democratic nation  are neither simple or efficient. Clause-  witz, Germany's ���scholarly* professor of  militarism, wrote a comment upon war  which could apply equally to democratic  government: "War is the province of simplicity,, but, in war the simple, is made  difficult."  The Canadian parliarhentary system  is the traditional one. based upon tlie  adversary system. While government has  a duty to govern, the Loyal Opposition  has,a duty to criticize every government  move, to seek out all the flaws of new  legislation, even some flaws merely born  of apprehension. ���      ' '.  A few Canadians express dislike of  the system. They ask why Parliament  should bicker and squabble. They dislike  the froth of words which covers Parliament Hill. They want action, simple and  direct arid tliey want it speedily.  - A few of these critics of the system  are true authoritarians of the extreme  left or right-of'politics. Their desire for  dictatorship is logical. But most critics,  ih my observation, consider themselves  dedicated democracts and would be ap-  patted, by the suggestion that they are  anything, else. Yet few of these who  are impatient with the adversary system  of Parliament accompany their criticism  with any suggestion of an alternative.  Only tlie tip of the iceberg of imperfections shows in the special arena of the  House of Commons, where the parties  offer their set-piece debates.  Within the parties are disagreements  ���on  tactics,  disputes   on  policy  and   the  ever present human condition of personal  animosities.  *    The   Parliamentary   committees   may  delay legislative action, sometimes on a  partisan basis, sometimes on 0 multiparty basis.  Individual MPs. a notably individualistic breed, -bring their own private convictions to bear on legislative action.  The special interests of 2(i3 Canadian  constituencies, not one of which is iden--  tical with any other, are reflected in any  number of ways, open or subtle.  Disagreements _exist also within the  government. It could scaicely be otherwise among 29 men. The rule of cabinet  secrecy usually succeeds in cloaking these  disputes until, occasionally, ono erupts  in the resignation of a minister. So far  in this Parliament, Paul Hellyer alone  carried,disagreement to the point of resignation.  Commons, committees, caucuses, cabinet committees, cabals and the mighty  caste of civil service .mandarins all lumber along on democracy's square-wheeled  chariot.  It would be depressing, except that the  alternative, a dictator in a bulletproofed  Cadillac, looks Worse.  Pago "B-2 The Peninsula Timet-.  Wednesday, October 14, 1970  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  <"*���-  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 3 p.m.  Jackpot $200 - 50 calls  $125 - 57 calls   (up one every week)-  $10 DOOR PRIZE   -  $75 to go  >,>ir.$.^as:ntm.m-,ZK^Bw%?r.  t  t  .. i  it  i  ���   i  ���t  * I  ,   1  J1**"-;11"'" 'im,fflgW<,'ffirW ������*��'?��  F.     .    ... .   jg.)ia,Jl,����a-i-.,'..,.t.<..^l,a...  l  "I -f., 4 .y... aifc,. ,.���J_, Ja-.fa-,,, _,, X..  LAf^iD CLEARING - ROADS - BULLDOZING  EXCAVATION - BAC�����t��OE - DITCHING  *   ff"��"w-JW*-'*m'MW'1WW-W^  OiOSfll&  Co*��el  Situated in Sechelt Jewellers  Exclusive Distributor of  fl  -WH.  CHOCOLA  Mints * Truffles  >:  Gingers  * Chocolates  . to suit all tastes  -We'll take orders  for your own  Specialties���  t���*-���-  I    4.1      U-  t   i **   '     J* *. x* >i *���     I  <  [* ir 1 ���'i\,tj( !r*-\  ~7/37.  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Payments arc not deducted from your bank account,  You are sent ovfc monthly statement for all your  purchases. And pay with one cheque. Pay for the things  you purchase \vithin 25 days and.thcrc is no service charge.  Here's why you should have one.  More than 30,000 merchants honour'thc Chargex card,  and thc number is growing every day. You can use it in  your own neighbourhood, and downtown. You can use it  in over 40 countries. Your Chargex card is welcome  wherever you see the familiar blue, white nnd gold symbol.  Even when the identifying name is different. (It's  BankAmericard in the United States, Barclaycard in  Great Britain nnd the Caribbean, Bancomcr Card in  Mexico, nnd Sumitomo Card in Jap-an.)  You don't have to be n customer1 of any of thc  sponsoring banks to enjoy the convenience of a Chargex  card. Just pick up an application from nny merchant  or bank displaying the Chargex symbol.  Now, shouldn't you have one?  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"-i-     *>*  * **, I**^^�� ���^W^'��>w,^Wy'Vvmt��^n,  ^^'^^^(V^-vVi^^^^ lVtf. tf ,-, -^ ,  ���,, , rjP r*- ,<���* , t|t |^i> ^w ,  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  MISS Donnn Scott of Vancouver will he  at the Welcome Beach Hall on Sunday, October 18 from 2-4 p.m. for registrations for Highland, Country and Char-  actor dancing.  The Ilalfmoot. Bay Centennial Committee i.s now accepting orders for tho  Centennial Historic Calendar. Beautifully  illustrated in colour, it depicts impressions from "B.C.'s jiistory, such as Captain Cook's arrival in.Nootka Sound,"Alexander Mackenzie's expedition portaging the awesome canyon of the Peace  River and the arrival of the first trans-  Canada passenger train at Port Moody.  _ A-calendai^vill���be~on���exhibition-atr  the Welcome Beach Hall or ori request  from President Alex Ellis or Secretary  Mary Tinkley.  SOCIAL  . At the Welcome Beach Hall last Friday. 22 teenagers from the Bay enjoyed  a happy evening with dancing, games  and record playing.  The evening was sponsored by the  Halfmon Bay Recreation Commission.  Mrs. M. Kiiigstoji and Mrs. G. Rutherford were present but the teenagers organized j"l)cir pwft pnlertajnment and did  their owij cleaning up.  AUXILIARY  Halfmoon  Bay  Hospital Auxiliary  at  ���by Mary Tinkley  its regular meeting at the Keith Comyn  home on October 5th welcomed two new  members. Funds held in trust in memory  of the late Marguerite Mouse, Secretary  of tlie Auxiliary for many years, will be  used to pin chase a painting for presentation to the Expended Care Unit of St.  Mary's Hospital.  The Auxiliary wishes to extend special thanks to those who have donated so  many useful items for their Thrift Shop  sales. Their next Thrirt Shop duty will  be on October 24lh and donations will be  ���gratefully received. Tentative plans are  under  consideration   for  a   smorgasbord  id k mwmm\  CALL. COR 885-2135  For all your Renovations,  Repairs and Cabinet Work  at reasonable rates.  '���*Viyym!r!pmy"mmm4%mfMi��^"wmiyi!'9!mmw%rmji-i  as a fund raising project, probably during  January. The next meeting will be on  November 2nd at the home of Mrs. Ruby  Warne.  TOURNAMENT  Shuffleboard tournaments have now  been organized at the Welcome Beach,  Hall and playoffs have begun. A few  members could be included if they would  telephone Mr. Hall at 885-2881 immediately. ,  VISITORS  There were few people ih the Halfmoon Bay area \vl)o were not aware of  the visit of the Canada Geese on October.  4th for they descended oh the Bay in  great numbers and kept many residents  awake mosl qf the night. Mrs. Tohy  Tschaikowsky and Mary C6nnor were  two of the people watching about 4 p.m.  as formation after formation came over  from the Welcome Pass direction, heading southwards. Suddenly, some of the  formations veered, changing direction  and flying in all directions. The formations showed signs of confusion and flew  low in disorganised swarms over the  water and it is estimated that at least a  thousand eventually settled in the Bay  near the Robertshaw property,, spending  the night there and taking off at dawn  the following  morning.  Li ,i  .���}-*  j*-  1"Wf**'^H^p**l  &.  '**���' -**�������� * - *  III '.'"a-"!  Wednesday, October 14, 7970      The Peninsulo Times  Page B-3  V  \  **��� L     ���  V  f  ���aS*  "**.  ���v  v>  %i  7  lffWy��***Wlil(ll��'l!*  ma...Juu.  ���imm-iin*. r*v>4WiHW��IW?��'*-��.iWi  .aaa.-.,.-.*.!*,.. jA,....a...    ...���**   ^ ^   A  ^|.A,  a "    ���   'k:  (t ' 7M  *5%Ena  XPctMT  REGULAR AND KINGS  A  .  WV'IrtS^aVaaVV'l'  .^.�����.^.l!.,.,^.,^aFF.|..V...��i*a.|,F.t.J,'.l.A..Ja'Fl...jll...aL.fc  TW*.  0 Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces are real  bargains for you.  Sold on contract  only. For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654, ask for  specia|-ad-tates^  Mr. and Mrs. Stanley George Stubbs  ���photo by Dennis Gray. Sechelt, B.C.  Okanagan honeymoon . . .  Autumn wedding q@remopY  united Stubbs - Caldwell  /  a^aMaaswt^^  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sit in the  Municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the third day of November next, from  the hour of ten o'clock until the hour of twelve o'clock in the morning,  for the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the  part of any person to be added to the list of Voters, and remove any  names incorrectly placed thereon.  The list of Voters as corrected and revised by the Court of  Revision shall be that used at the Annual Municipal Election to be  held in the month of December, 1970.  E. T. Rayner  Clerk  taKSsWMW  RICHLY coloured Autumn leaves formed  a ceremonial carpet for two very happy young people. Penny Lynne Caldwell  and Stanley George Stubbs who were  married in St. Hilda's Anglican Church,  Sechelt, B.C. on Saturday October 3, 1970.  The bride is the only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Donald Caldwell of. West Sechelt, and the groom is the eldest son of  Mr. and Mrs. George Stubbs of Gower  Point, Gibsons. B.C.  Beautiful arrangements of white and  yellow chrysanthemums; mauve michael-  mas daisies and trailing white clematis  decorated the church and pew markers  were dainty while bows with purple  heather, exquisitely prepared by ladies of  the Altar Guild.  Rev. Dennis Popple officiated at the  ceremony which took place at 7 p.m. Organist was Mrs. D. Hayward.  Escorted by her father, Penny looked  very   lovely   in,\ her   wedding, gown (Oii'^Phillips of Port Coquitlam..,  Mr.  John  Har\;ey   was-Master of Ceremonies.  In place of the traditional receiving  line, the best man introduced the head  table guest and the/bride and groom served wedding cake to their guests.  The honejjriioon %vas spent in the Okanagan ana for the journey the bride  chose a/delightfully styled Autumn outfit with red pleated skirt and matching  vest' with white blouse featuring long  full sleeves. Accessories were of matching  red and her white carnation corsage was  entwined with bridal rings.  The young couple will reside at Gower Point, Gibsons.  Out of town guests were: Mrs. H. C.  Oehlerking, the groom's grandmother  ��� from Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. F. Edwards, Port Coquitlam; Mr. and Mrs. C.  Stubbs; Mr. arid Mrs. Don Hunter, of  Campbell River, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Brian  -white brocade, short length and Empire"  styled with full chiffon sleeves and  -mauve satin accents at the waist and  cuffs. Her shoulder length, bouffant veil ,  was held in place by a cluster of white  stephanotis and pearls, and she wore a  pearl pendant, a gift from the groom.  Mauve button spray chrysanthemums, silver tulle and mauve ribbon and drops  formed   the bridal  bouquet.  Maid of Honour was Miss July Ayoltc  and bridesmaid was Miss Pam Boyes,  wearing .similarly styled gowns of rich  forest green hue in Empire style with  short length skirts and puffed'sleeves.  Both wore pendants, gifts from the bride,  and carried bouquets of yellow marguerites with white tulle accenting yellow  ribbons  and drops.   '  Best man was Mr, Glen Stubbs, brother of the groom and ushers were Mr.  Ron Caldwell, brother of the bride and  Mr,  Rod  Moorcci'oft,  Reception was held in St. Hilda's  Anglican Church Hall where Mr, Gordon  McCourt proposed the toast to the bride.  Sending a telegram were the bride's  brother and family, Captain and Mrs.  Chris Caldwell and girls from Petawawa,  Ontario.  ^g;fei��i-m^  I  I  "  ,  i  f  j  [Ml  Registration for  i  Sponsored by the Canadian Power Squadron  at r^  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  14tth, 7:30 P.M.- ���-���  COURSE.HARTS 0CTOIEI 28i, 7:1 p.m.  For information on this and advanced courses,  phone Don Hadden, 885-9504  s  SfflWttssssMiai'3'^^  TOTEStfl CLUB  TODAYS. 8:00 p.m.  Indian hall  Jackpot  $75 TO  GO  ���& DOOR PRIZE -fc  Ask for this booklet from our representative,  MR. G. C. HAMILTON,  Assistant Mqnoqcr,  who will bo at  POWELL RIVER INN  Powell River, B.C.  Wednesday. October 21st  If you roqulro a term lonn to ntnit,  inodernizooroxpnndyoiirbuRlnossa  wo invito you to discuos your neoda  with our roprosontntivp.  INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  TtllM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN OUSINCSSfS  003 Dun-rmilr St.  Voncouyrr, B.C.  , WANT  TO SPREAD  A SECRET ALL  OVER TOWN?  USE AN  AD-BRIEF.  DIAL 885-9654.  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Thcso  advertising spaces are  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phone 805-9654, ask for  special ad rates,  KIDS  nr:\    ������'���  ' >   S'l '   '       '  w -  '.-*;�� ���      i ..  .     ��. 4- .' *  >      ,  "a * a*'  A '  7  aT*'  A ( .  U       .- "-a.  ski  CLOTHES  TOYS  FURNITURE?  GET CA5I  AD-BRIEFS.  i ���<$��,,  *  .a-**  ���7   A   *'  Tho rulon Imvo ohun(jod. So haa tho uniform. But ono ntylo lo ntlll what It wan  bride thon. Old Stylo. It's (-still browotl Blow and natural for roal mon who  linow tho roal tiling. That's why it's your stylo. Taoltlo ono tonight and. ooo.  ���)m  mm��.  BEER  Slow brewed and naturally aged  Titla tutorllscmont Is not publhlic-d or <Jlspl^ca ty Uio Liquor Conliol Uma or fcy tlio Qovcrnmenl of Orltlsti Columbia.  ACTION,  PHONE  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Thcso  advertising spaces are  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 005-965-1, ask (or  special ad rates,  /  ,  >ajWi^>,JJ-fc^^J^aHatHI*Qfcl*********1|HH*1 ���!*** a**W*.,0t0��  \.**.*+0K+.#  S A-.a*V^a��-a>*>%<A. Arfta.At.Mt, 0*^. 0M0A #V-jM ��N^��a,A a^ft^M-t, *.*+,*.*% J*,*+^J*tf+f^fs,^ J^^m  S ��t>.*^J^^% a*��tk.M|^.,^h'*>* f.t*  �� iiiiiiiiwininni  THE PENINSULA^fe^Sfl*  "/ may bc wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Aikins  HatJWWHIalaHalaaWaTatallB.  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  ranwajinnfiiiavififWin-irinnriniina-inrinnnnnnirinT���infinrirr���inrin-- *"**"* ���* - "*��������������  ~  HUeeMapm slay aliraws m��&b?  SO.ME weeks ago the representative 'of to the Regional Board. This is a compa-  a group of ratepayers asked us how ratively new field of local government  did  it come about that the taxpayers but one with a big future. Its effect on    w uc uiiti aw UMCI.yw vu ���JW .���1C ov.dl  of his particular area were represented the development of the previously un-    Nour with no one knowing any better  on the Regional Board by a person they organized terrain will depend upon sens-    th-an her what the roads are like, can we  '"*"'   " iblc guidance tempered with a sense of  Readers Right  Monetary gain?  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Having just read your editorial  "Getting there regardless" one cannot  help but wonder how you really felt on  the subject. You mention "Highway 101  had better bc passed off as a long time  political football." There are doubtless  many thousands in the riding who can  recall the time when the present member  defeated Tony Gargrave. We were advised by the press that she had covered  every part of the riding in the campaign,  to be brief she deserved to win the scat.  had, up to that time, been unaware of.  JrVcAid_point mit. following this in  credible statement, that for those who  take the trouble to read their local newspaper, nominations for the various areas  are advertised. Further, publicity is invariably given the fact that elections are  due andlthat certain jjgats will become  available on the various local municipal  bodies. During the next couple of weeks  we will spelf out just what scats will  become available for nominations. Sufficient IxAt to state at this time that  two aldermen on each council will have  reached the end of their terms. On  School Board three from the north end  of the district complete their terms of  office and on the Regional Board the  areas of Roberts Creek, Gibsons boundary to Port Mellon and West Sechelt/  Halfmoon Bay should all provide food for  thought.  Here and there changes are certainly  needed and from past experience the  electorate has invariably showed itself  quite capable of taking care of such  situations. As we have stated in the  past, it is virtually impossible to report  any council, school board or regional  board meeting verbatim. However, it  should be abundantly clear from news  reports over the course of a year just  who does what and who sits like a sack  of potatoes the year through. It should  also be possible to identify those with  dictatorial propensities, the individual  who, upon attaining public office, quickly  reveals his true leanings.  We are at the stage whereby solid,  responsible and progressive leadership is  a dire  necessity, particularly  in regard    day is Monday, November 30th.  .-pEnaDfld*�� ie��ikioiIiB@   o  LETTER to the Editor in this week's    all genuine organizations to be on thc  Times   is   obviously   written   in   an    alert", for,these characters no longer exist  humility and understanding.  It is therefore imperative that responsible bodies and individuals start now  with a view to seeking such people to  represent them on these various seats of  public office.  What has happened so often in the  past is that nomination day comes around;  apathy has been such that, providing an  incumbent has indicated, willingness to  let his name stand again, there has been  no attempt to seek another candidate. On  the other hand there have been instances  whereby responsible groups suddenly  awaken to thc fact that nominees are  lacking and in a last minute panic will  round" up the first willing candidate.  Prime result is that representation becomes .second rate and often worthless.  It is not new to have a representative  sell his community (down the river for  reasons best known to himself. Neither  would it be new to have a ten per-center  in office who changes cloak according  to thc dividend.  We do not suggest such a situation  presently exists but wc do emphasize  the fact that with a flourishing area such  as the Sunshine Coast, with its fantastic  potential, only the best is good enough.  We would suggest that this we do not     government even though we occasionally  have  in   total.   Each  and every  public    c,i,ici'ie it-  body has its  weaknesses and it is  up    rr     v      .       j  to the  electorate  involved to  act  now    *"e "CTu a Oream  and prepare for the upcoming elections    Editor. The Times,  by providing new candidates where it is     .   Sir: The Great Smiler smiled happily  felt  change  is required.  As a note  of  interest to those concerned, nomination  think of anyone more responsible than  her for the roads not being improved?  Premier Bennett freo.uently made itnplain  that would never get anything done whilst  we sent a CCF "member to Victoria. Even  "Isobel" must remember that. Hence we  may properly ask why no action. Could  it be that her appointment to the cabinet  had some effect? Then Mr. Editor we can  not overlook you in the last election  campaign. You very lavishly praised the  Social Credit Government. We know there  was lots of campaign money so we wonder  what influence that had upon you. You  properly make mention of improvements,  but we cannot overlook the inexcusable  delay that took place in starting the addition to St. Mary's Hospital. One could  carry on. However travelling from Horseshoe Bay to Sechelt and back yesterday  I couldn't help but stare at the huge  ferry and also later enjoy the lovely  seating accommodation. My mind went  back to riding on the old Union Steamship boats to Gibsons prior to even the  small ferries coming along oftentimes  packed almost like sardines. Bennett  frequently says of things in B.C. "The  best in the World". I'm afraid we'll be  waiting a while before he says that  about the local roads.  DAVE REES  Editor's comment: Strange though it  might be, we do not all let money influence  our principals. We still support the present  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 14, 1970  Did those students fully realize they had  to finish the WHOLE course by mid-  January. Were they taking Math 11 concurrently with Physics 11, or (as is the  case this year) were many of them  scheduled for Math 11 in the second  semester, thus making Physics 11 much  more  difficult?  I noticed they questioned the teacher's  ability, but could not the ability and  desire of thc students be questioned?  Thirdly, during the second semester,  the teacher arranged with the students  for tutorial sessions every Thursday lunch  hour. Why didn't the students take full  advantage. of these tutorials? Did the.  students apply themselves to their homework or was valuable class time taken  up with the instructor having to ;go over  work that should have been done at  home? '   ���  There are other points in their letter  that are incorrect or disputable and I  feel that the accusations made against  the teacher are unwarranted. Situations  like this are never black and white and ~  this is the way thei students have presented  their case.  I would hope these young men would  be able to temper their opinions with a  little more justness and fairness in thc  future.  HELEN  J.  SALLIS  Worse than death  Editor, The Times,  Sir: At the first meeting of the Sunshine Coast Environment Protection Society (affiliated with S.P.E.C.) there were  len concerned people present.  Apathetic citizens everywhere: Search  your own conscience truthfully and you  will realize that we have not the time  or the patience left anymore for false  people who refuse to see that we have  entered a new era of mankind where  we must all become totally involved in  saving ourselves and especially our children from having to live a life worse  than death. For those who refuse to see  ��� you can have tlie satisfaction now of  knowing that when you go to your grave  you will be held in contempt for all  that you refused to do.  M. DI.A.NE ANDERSON  Mrs. S. ANDERSON  VS.   ' " "mlfA ���>* '���<��� '���"' '"f"1 "V ���" *V' '''"I "���iyyi^"iHT^iiJ.imw**��* ���jii|ii����yy***��-i mnwiMP ,�� jihu u n�� iMjiiH.wi*wi.-����t'�� "���W1 -i. *iWW^*PjWff .ffW^lw-' rmvmmwt^Km JWi^y \ iwwg^W*,  ^akv.' ��'���" ,-*'"���-  ��� 7/7 -v*'' V ff:,:'A; ^ ���--',:> ���'--, >--*~~ vt.v-*.-" A"1-.' ���'-. .���7.(-7-v*  .*>>���.'.      ,J, l",     ���'., ...a- ������.���;, ������,..}...<���   .'       f.       F   ,."....�����.   .'   ,���!,:!...!���    .J,. .���.F-t-..F.,'..F-....a     '..���������<    ���> 4. . ..f. -   . ....a-��� .a,.���.., ������ ���  extremely pessimistic vein and deplores  thc attitude of the public as a whole  because only a small number of people,  had sufficient time available to attend  a  meeting of an  anti-pollution group.  Simple truth of the matter is that  while more and more people are awakening to,the need and desirability of pollution control, there is a limit to just how  much time they are able to give to one  or more of the multitude of organizations  in thc area. There are certainly those  who have nothing else "to do but dedicate their time and energy to battling  causes. There are others who aspire to  dictatorship and will climb aboard any  bandwagon as a vehicle for their simmering aspirations. So too do many  sincere people become involved in movements in one form and another only to  neglect their homes and families by so  doing! Others adopt a rational approach  by deciding upon an organization worthy  of support and give to it whatever time  they can, providing it does not interfere  with their family life. Alter all, many  enthusiastic joiners overlook the fact  that there' are still people left who value  a little time with their families.  Therefore, we would suggest, thai thc  public should be attacked because il did  not turn out in force to the meeting of  yet another new group, is nothing but  unmitligatecl  gall.  We do not question the basic aims  of this particular environment group, it  probably has a number of genuinely concerned people among its membership.  However, from the discordant screams of  a few individuals claiming lo seek instant  purity regardless, il is quite clear lo most  thinking people that some aims go beyond anti-pollution. Consequently the  general public will prove lo be a little  selective about joining new organizations.  Many worthy organizations today  have allowed Ihe subversive element to  infiltrate the ranks, Ihey are not particularly interested in lho objects of that  particular body but have far more insidious objectives in mind. Once Ihey succeed in bringing Ihe group into disrepute, nublic support quickly disappears,  With   Ihis  m  mind,  we  again  warn  ���WEBBS*'.  in fantasy, they arc very real and arc in  all communities and organization's. The  Sunshine Coast has its share of them,  this we state as fact. Wc know them, thc  authorities know them, many of their  associates know them. Unfortunately,  until such time that they slip up and  either commit an offence or reveal the  true nature of their activities, they have  to remain unnamed.  We most certainly agree tliat much  has to bc done to further thc cause of  anti-pollution.. But, let us not overlook  the fact that long established organizations such as Rod and Gun Clubs arc  playing an active part. So are Chambers  of Commerce and many other responsible groups. So too are governments at  both levels. Many millionsof dollars arc  being spent by industry in an earnest  endeavor to conquer pollution, and,  right down to the average person on the  street, an awareness has been established as a result of these concerned bodies.  As a young country we are ,simply  having to suddenly face up to problems  encountered centuries ago by far older  civilizations. They have successfully conquered most of their pollutive situations  and somehow, we do not for one moment  fear a fate worse than death simply because people were too pre-occupied to  turn out to yet another budding organization.  in his sleep.  During the long tenure of his rule  he had build tunnels and many highways.  He<$iad awarded the home owners in his  domain a property tax grant; and he  looked benignly on his subjects and  privately named them Bennett's Lambs.  He had harnessed the waters for electric  power and a famous one was named  Bennett's Dam: and his cup was full.  Then a THING happened! For a pit-  lance he sold out a beautiful lake and  valley that belonged to his lambs, in  order to supply a foreign country with  more electric power for itself.  Then he saw a huge Neon sign bridging the two countries, and it had great  red letters proclaiming Bennett's Dam,  ���but when he looked again he saw thc  name had been changed to Bennett's  Sham: And the lambs had turned into  wolves.  VEE  LOBB  Another view  Editor,  The Times,  Sir: As one student who is putting  a lot of effort into the present (non  existent?) physics 11 course. I take exception to the letter in your September  ..0th _issue by the seven students who  graduated on last year's physics programme.  I   am   an   adult,  attending   as  a   p.irt  time student and. as such, would like lo  ask some, question concerning the critic-  ' isms so freely  levelled at the instructor.  To begin with, the physics instructor  for the year 119/70' was not only new  to the school that year, he was in his first  year of teaching, and was having lo  cope with a semester system that neither  the staff nor the students were prepared  for.  Secondly, there are some questions to  be answered before judging the first  .semester failure rate as being  loo high:  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  CALL ON  n     nr?   o  Q m  FLbORCOVERINGS (LTD.  1659 Sunshino Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road. Gibsons  Phono 886-7112  ^  CARPETS       *��� TILES       *. LINOLEUMS  WE FEATURE A LARGE SELECTION OF DRAPES  WILSON CREE& COMMUNITY  CENTRE ASStM.  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','��� Games were enjoyed especially by the  lucky winners who were: Mrs. Gladys  Armour; Mrs. Maureen Smith; Miss  Suzanne Thomas; Mrs. Leslie Knowles;  Miss Ciana Watson and Miss v Mart ha  Brakstad.  Also attending were: Mrs. Audrey  Coblcigh; Mrs. Verna Simm; Mr.s. Bea  Skellett; Mrs. Wilma Le Page; Miss Marilyn Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Kruse;  Miss Donna McCourt; Miss Mary Wray;  Miss Elaine MacKenzie and Miss Mary  Gordon.  Sending gifts but unable lo attend  were Mesdames Marie Scott; Oney De  Camp; Sally Thompson; Lily Hammond;  Aileen Watson and Freda Mullen.  CHURCH NOTES  The United Church Women wish to  remind everyone of their Thrift Sale  where there will be something for all the  family on Friday, October ICth from 7-9  p.m. at the United Church Hall.  When the Women's Missionary Council met Tuesday last week at the Pentecostal Tabernacle, there was a time of  fellowship following the business meeting.  Tea was served with a special cake for  Mrs. B. J. Wisken, the secretary treasurer who observed her birthday recently.  HERE AND THERE  After visiting at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. F. A. Jones on Skyline Drive, Mr.  and Mrs. Arthur Fuller have gone to  Montreal where they met thirty-four relatives of Mrs. Fuller. After visiting in  Scotland, the Fullers will be arriving  home in Cape Town, South Africa on  October 20th.  Welcome to Gibsons Mr. K. Hanson  who is the new owner of Carol Lodge on  Seaview Road.  Wiljo Wiren, Norm Berdahl; Edward  Wiren; Evelyn Berdahl and Terry Thompson on a hunting trip to Pink Mountain  on the Alaska Highway, each got a  moose. W. Wiren also bagged a mule  deer and E. Wirren shot a fine specimen  of silver tip wolverine.  Mrs. R. Geier and 3 children have returned to Merritt after spending 3 months  with relatives here.  Visiting Mrs. J. L. Myers, Headlands  4j)ilaataMfeMU*l*ttJMMftU��l��lu*  I Jmwi ii ����� 1rtW*ii.��i6a.J.b**iMfcJw ���tfi��.tf��lt1iiiriri����ijifc,.faM a i.M!  '   T'll'l.   till -" t'�� *-*--������'-������-*��� -'t  SECHELT & DISTRICT RETARDED CHILDREN'S  ASSOCIATION  GENERAL MBifiMB      *  October 21, 1970 sift 7:30 p.m.  NEW CE.ASS6iOO.-Vi,  GIBSONS ELEEtfeJTARY SCHOOL  s.  in jhjjujju j'i I "I'm mi j.i )���)     ..Ml'   ".Ji* ��" " " .IM ii.WM.jii i'iijI. jujijiii Jul. ji ijijiiju) ll   iiiiii..im.ul.j)j .'.B."aJa.. I .ma.ia.. lui^u, nun.     i a mi ..ja.E'.i  .J* *  iznAfTl^fmm ALU  Tense Moment  It was fast play around the goal  when Chessmen met Ken Mac Bombers in practice game at Gibsons last  Sunday and goalie Don Maekay had  made some tremendous saves but  this one sneaked by and although  Don made an anguished lunge, it  was the first goal ever scored by  Kerry White for Chessmen. Ken Mac  were playing their first game ever  and the Chessmen their second game  this season which starts officially  next weekend.  ter Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Harper at End-  ako for a week.  Mrs. Mildred Sanderson (nee Allan)  has returned to live in Gibsons.  Friends of W. H. (Bill) Kent are sorry  he has been confined to hospital for the  past six weeks or so.  A happy party on Saturday afternoon  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ian MacKenzie was in honor of the birthday of their  son Kenan after the servicing of delicious  refreshments the all boy group adjourned  to Roberts Creek where they enjoyed the  beach, fishing, etc.  Again the great annual family festival  Thanksgiving Day has been observed by  many people. On this continent the Ear-  lies Harvest Thanksgiving was kept by  t.iie" "Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth in 1621  Al local churches this past weekend,  worshippers joined in praises to God for  plenteous blessings of field and bountiful  yield of garden in our land of beauty  peace and religious freedom. The many  offerings of flowers and produce used to  decorate the different churches for the  occasion will be given to the hospital, to  pastors and their families, to Bible College or used to advantage as seen fit by  ''various groups.  Dental Topics  SOMETIME between the ages of two and  three years, a child should make his  first visit to the dentist. It is vital that  this visit should be a pleasant experience,  for it will influence his attitude toward  dental care for the rest of his life.  He should become familiar with the  dentist, his office and equipment without  fear. Parents should not talk about pain,  but casually concentrate on the beneficial  results to health and appearance. A child  should be taught lo consider the dentist a  friend, not a boogy-man or an instrument  of punishment.  Tell the child what is to take place,  but don't over-emphasize, which^ can  arouse fear or suspicion. Do not deceive  the child Don't tell him he's going to  visit Grandma, only to have him wind  up wailing in the dentist's chair. Most  dentists prefer to see children in early  morning when they are wide awake.  Youngsters co-operate better when they  are not tired. It is alio the time when  dentists are nol too busy and more time  can be spent with them.  If the dentist should invito you in the  operating room, stay in the background  Don't instruct your child. The dentist  knows what he wants and two voices  are confusing If the"child becomes upset,  the dentist may ask you to leave. If so,  don't worry, children calm down more  readily when parents are not around.  Brushing and cleaning of teeth should  be taught early and be encouraged to  become an accepted habit of cleanliness.  As your child approaches  the age of G  years, he will be able to carry on this  habit by himself. Regular visits to the  dentist will result in fewer and smaller  hllings, avoiding much pain for the child  and higher dental bills for yourself.  Rd., Jvcre Mrs? Irene Peplow and Mrs.    |W*��^^^  Myers' cousin Everett Williams from Van-    fe^^: r~*i   r~!     r\     .......1..   ti.....���-... __,   __   ,__ .  ^eea  ' a.-J-i.        or      ��t-w     -rr-���.      ��-.., IT*^ T*"Tl" I'  - Af *^s  Myer  couver.  Mrs. F. J. Wyngaert was d, visitor to  Kelowna where she attended the wedding  of a niece on Saturday evening.  Ray Griffith of Sechelt and Eddie  Vaughn have gone to Quesnel where they  have found employment.  Fred and Marybelle Holland While on  holiday recently visited their son-in-law  and daughter Gill and Kathy Yochlowitz;  also Fred and Pearl Feeney at Prince  George; they saw former Gib.sons residents Mr. anel Mrs, Ron Swabey In the  Okanagan. The Hollands toured many  spots of interest, Banff, Jasper, Columbia  Ice Fields, Rogers Pass. They called 011  Mrs. Holland's brother Lew Reid at Terrace.  Ben and Dorothy Vaughn hail their  daughter Marion and 11 girl friend at  their home for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Marion attends Simon Fi'l'iser University.  David Harding i.s away for 3 weeks  on a hunting trip north of Francois Lake  in the vicinity of Fraser L'alu*.  Mrs. licit Hni-cling returned by bus  filter visiting her son-in-law and daugh-  S^ZOEZam^^^  * Masks * Costumes *  IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY  Novelties - Make-Up, Etc.  -WE   DO   NOT  SELL   FIREWORKS  Li TOY!  I  **?  a   _    ^iMtaMTimmmmMMffsw  I    Blood Donors Clinic, Legion Hall, Sechelt, October 19th���2:30 p.m. to    '  I y~^ 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  SEWING SUPPLIES:  CROCHET COTTON  PATTERNS FOR KNITTING  CROCHET EMBROIDERY  ��ma  'MMMafMMafiaUMIat  .set  mfiSaMMmizurtmiMe.x  VAUIETTY S!K3@IP  ��    Phone 885-9343 Sechelt, B.C.    |  TREASURES  E  7.  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For  details on hovr to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 085-9654, ask for  tpecial ad rates,  I  Branch 140, Royal Canadian Legion executive, have  changed the meeting dates for the month of October  ONLY as follows:  Regular Executive Meeting, Tuesday, October 13, 1970  Regular General Meeting, Tuesday, October 20, 1970  ALL MEMBERS ��� PLEASE ATTEND  i.  /  .a���jaa~aa ����*'aF��-fF��a>waaj,B^w^^  f'** ivy ..  J. -* i So e --. ^KWA^   A.-.-i'-wA  "   >.'-:-.V>>.A^^>.V^AVahCa^'Ws>VLaAa''V^K14</  t~, -.������~~���--~.*-L.   ^0.^00.00000. ���;..���������. ��� ���WB..*..WW�� ��������� -.��������..-.a,  Sfcili'-'i'lr -"���" I'*""!'1******  j��^M^M*-M<i*WI����iw^Www��il��ai|flt^^  CLASSIFIED  Getting a 3' high object into a 2' high trunk is a  noat trick. If you can do it.  But whon a Volkswagon Squaroback Sedan n��-s info  tho act, tho problem disappoars.  How? Just opon tho Squaroback's big back door  and abracadabra, 42 cubic fool of thin air for tho problom to disappear into.  But horoV. tho bos! trick of all: when you'ro through  using it as a station wagon-Proslo-Changoo! It turns into  a family sodan.  Ladios and gontlomon* tho VW Squaroback Sedan.  Now...  Do wo havo any voluntoorr, from our audionco?  --.*   A*.  885-9654  2,500 l-IOMES  WEEKLY.  J/Y~l\ ' W~m  The Volkswagen Squareback Sedan.  Copping Motors Ltd.  CORMITX SUHSHINn TQAST HIGHWAY & WHARr I.D./5tCHriT/005.?012  iEEMT,  GET HE  FIND WORK.  ��� Mr. Advcrtisor: Thcso  advertising spaces aro  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 005-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  I  ��� *,- . ���*  ri,  ,-/ l"*'"'Lf'tJ'��^*t^^HHoo>^  Page G-6 |  '       The Peninsula Times  Wednesday; October 14, 197Q  Scholarship Society  seeks incorporation  MEETING .of the Sunshine Coast Scholarship, Bursary and Loan Society was  held last week to finalize the draft of  the Constitution and by-laws for submission to Victoria so that the society may be  incorporated under the Societies Act.  The object of the society is to solicit  money from coroorations, organizations,  companies, individuals, charitable organizations or government agencies; to act  as a- co-ordinating agency for any organization wishing to offer its own scholarships or bursaries to students of School  DistrictJNo. -46; and to���provide:financiaL  aid in the form of loans to students  actively attending post-secondary education from School district, No. 46 in the  province of British Columbia.  "" Once the Society has been constituted  there will be an active membership drive  throughout the peninsula and it is hoped  that other individuals or groups will wish  to contribute to the Loan Fund or establish other scholarships or bursaries for  students graduating from Pender Harbour  or Elphinstone  Secondary  Schools.  Sechelt Bowling  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH scores of the week went to Roger  HockneH with 879 and Sonny Benner  with 833, both bowling for the "Commercials" October 8th.  Other scores:  Tuesday. Ladies October 6th.: Eve  Chappell 601, Chris Crucil 600: Ladies,  Doris Bond 724 (290), Marg Humm 619.  Mary Henderson 611.  Pender Harbour October 6th.: Murial  Cameron 580, Bob Stochoski 578, Carol  Reid 603 (281).  Commercial October 8th.: Lionel Mc-  Turig 278, Al Starcken 286. Freeman Reynolds 284, Sam McKenzie 285, Charlie  Humm 285, Albert Thompson 300, Roger  Hocknell 280, 331 (879). Sonny Benner  293, 281 (833). Frank Nevens 291. Bob  Maikawa 319, Millie Gray 251 (676).  George Hopkins 275, Couleen McTurig  268, Jack Warwick 283.  Ball & Chain October 9th.: Matt Jaeger 707, Eileen Kohuclv 295 (676), Phylis  Handford 266, 304 (691), Carl Kohuch  649. Scott Henderson 607, Rudv Crucil  278 (701). Bubbles Creighton 602, Walter  Kohuch 650, Pelle Poulson 616  Elphie Highlights  HELLO  out   there!    This i week's   news  takes in mainly names and positions  of the student  government which  have  now been released. Cabinet includes:  Prime Minister ��� Steven Lee. Secretary of State ��� Greg Hayes. Secretary  general ��� Debbie Ashbey. Secretary of  Public Relations ��� Jim Barnes. Secretary  pf Finance ��� Linda Pearson. Secretary  of Sports ��� Dan MacKay. Secretary of  Social Affairs ��� Shirley Hoehne. Secretary of Liaison ��� Alvin Golcod.  Under secretaries: Under Secretary  General ��� Marjorie MacLean. Under  Secretary of Finance ��� Lygie Martinez.  Under Secretary of Sports ��� Dianne  Fisher. Under Secretary of Social Affairs  ��� Paul   Boenian.   Under '"Secretary--'of  Liaison ��� Colleen Husby.  Premiers: Grade 12��� Bob Blakeman.  Grade 11 ��� Linda Zabo. Grade 10 ���  Eleona Swan. Grade 9 ��� Adrianne Ake-  sen. Grade 8 Dean Goddard.  Members of parliament representing  each house: Mustangs, Senior Girls ���  Captain Juanita Chamberlin, vice captain  Marilyn Hollowink. Junior girls: Captain  Susanne Jorgenson. Vice captain Karen  Spencer. Senior boys ��� captain John  Crosby. Vice captain Jim Green. Junior  ��>oys:  Captain  Bill  Sneddon.  Bombers: Senior girls ��� captain Fran  Finlayson. Vice captain Sandy Bennett.  Junior girls ��� captain Linda Day. Vice  captain  Donna  Mandelkau.  Senior  boys  ��� captain Bob Blakeman. Junior boys ���  captain Craig Sugden.  Sabres: Senior girls ��� captain Colleen  Husby. Vice captain ��� Gihny Alsager.  Junior girls ��� captain Joan Blomgren.  Senior boys ��� captain Robert Solnik.  Vice captain Franklin Roberts. Junior  boys ��� captain Brad Norris. Vice captain  Stew Barnes.  Spitfires: Senior girls ��� captain  Karen JParsons. Juninor girls ��� captain  Pat Hogue. Vice captain Nancy Stroshien.  Senior boys ��� captain Tom Lamb. Vice  captain Bob Benner. Junior boys ��� captain Ian Yates. Vice captain David Taylor.  Last Wednesday our junior and senior  girls volleyball teams played they; first  games at Pender Harbour. Juniors won  over Pender girls 3-0. Seniors unfortunately lost but I feel sure they will recover  next time.  Team standings of this year have been  worked out and so far the Sabres are  in the lead, followed by the Mustangs  and the Bombers Coming up a close third.  Spitfires are bringing up the rear.  A trip to Vancouver has been scheduled  in order  to see  the  October   18th  ���by Dennise Dombroski  hockey game between the Boston Bruins  and Vancouver. Any student or teacher  interested is asked to contact the office.  A fee of $10 will include ticket, bus and  ferry fares.  Tuwanek round-uo  NEW  residents  at  Tuwanek  are  Ernie  and Betty Graves who have come to  live here following Mr. Graves' retirement  from the Workmen's Compensation Board  where he held the position of Remedial  Gymnast.  On  Wednesday    September    30th,  at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thompson on Park Drive, Vancouver, a farewell party was held-to honour Mr^ahd"  Mrs. Graves'  Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are weekend  residents of Tuwanek. Guests included  other weekend residents: Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Hallett, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Small,  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Stewart, Miss Gay Stewart, sister of  Mrs. J. Hallett, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smythe  of Roberts Creek, Mr. A. E. Plant, father-  in-law of Mr. Dave Thompson. Mrs.  Madge Marlett of Vancouver. Also present  were Mr. and Mrs. Don Logan of Capilano  Highland  Ltd.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Kelsey, residents of  Tuwanek were invited but unable to attend  owing  to  a   previous  engagement.  Highlight of the evening was the cutting of a large cake decorated with the  Roses of England and the Dogwoods of  Tuwanek and British Columbia and bearing the inscription of the Graves' new  house name "Jesmond Dene", Tuwanek.  Also "Lang may your lum reek" which to  those not familiar with the Scottish  brogue translates to "Long may your  chimney smoke".  The party was a huge success and  everyone wished Mr. Graves, "Oor  Ernie" a long and happy life at Tuwanek.  Latter Day Saints  first social night  MANY people enjoyed a. wonderful  chicken supper and social -night at  Selma Park Community Hall op October  2nd, when the Church of Jesus Christ  of Latter Day Saints held the first social  night of its Relief -Society Year.  Guests from Halfmoon -Bay, West  Sechelt and Gibsons, together with Missionary Sisters Abbott and Crabtree were  in attendance.  Events being planned for the future,  include a bazaar, rummage and bake sale  so watch thc date pad for the announcement.  Members were privileged/to welcome  president Bowers of the Mission Home  -in Vancouver, at-Sunday School-held-on  September 27th. He was accompanied by  his son Mark and two Elders, Doty and  Beardon. ���  President Bowers is also president of  the Alaskan Mission of the Church of  Jesus Christ 'Latter Day. Saints.  Sunday School is held each Sunday  at 10 a.m. in Selma Park Community  Hall and all are welcome to attend.  jjiMilUimiil^.T^ilMiil^,j��iiiiii  ���aggpp^-p*  Winfariia Ycmr fr  Free Safety Checks and  Estimates. Work Insured  and Guaranteed.  Piiifessfree Smice  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  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