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 * .  1' t  a  ?       ^      J   HlTtS  '���44'!    *-* -* ���*      *     ^        JV-.^r-jrM  l>i��V9M>K  **&-,.-<$ AA  u\y  1  :  !  ;1>K it M t ' . * I I ,  1 (  IV.  T  ^iv*    v.- *i*j.'s4?u* f ���/'r��B^V'����^'^|y'**W^<��^<y>-^^c-^^^  .   .   -*   ., ���    .    :^f J_       .    ....  f     .'....,.  Tip Toes Jbacfr > >  &$&&$;<*f*... ......  says Tony Gargrave  SPEAKING >ik BoberW\Cwsek tost" week,   caption "drag*   and   <ihild   dehtal ?*caw..  . Tony, Gargrave, NDP candidate ia the   ^Threes   Build  .fldustria) ^eaceand  end  'coming provincial election depltfre^the, Jtrife bytinestjis of jrevlsffed'ifegislation to  ,���actions-offender Bem��ett-^or calll^^tt-^TOake ^eolleetivo ba^gaiiiinj^ work -without���r  ���election with twbv years x>f term to ?o. r   ^junctions or needless reactions;*Pro*  - ^TbisMs an <&Jbuse o. the^lector$1 i^w-V motion-oi secondary , Metrites ^rtd Jim-  tem.the,result,is Unpredictable-and J feel   jtr^vement of workmens^compe^tionpr,,/,  the^pubUc. will recent Having'to go .to'ttie * ,;Fppr/_Broader'edition cojuepf?offer��\,*  polls fr <often.M be said. Quoting, auVap- finc^greater'educaUbnal opportunities  at   J  (iouveir^MLA, who stated Mr. Bmpftt / Is^C all afces with increased aid for higher ed-  out to y tiptoe 1>ack in, Mr,,Gargrave add- ' igcatuQu Upgrading ^ of technical /skills by  ed, H, think >this is indeed a; fact.' pen-   means of training programs, and a pro- *  nett i$'a "dictator and arrogant, if \he is    vince^ide system of nursery schools and  *218��-JISST-IStTB AVENUE, .,���_...    .   . , r���.^     ,���t .. ���_/, ', , ^ ;.,!;���>, ,,w,v  Deportment'' Ottawat  $  i��'  .5-   J.��  SerV^g^e $uhshTrte-C6o^ jHoWe^>ur)d}to Jervis Inlet); including Port Mellon;'Hopkim fondihg. ,3rptfhWs Landing; Gibtt6ns/;Roberts Creek,  Wilson Ctegk^ &lmo\'P.Q_ kfSech.lt J^^ Kleindale, Irvine's Unding, Egd'Cove, Egmcfot,  I  ...    : VplumeJ, Ho. 3^  WEDNESDAY, AMG. 31, 1966   ��06  returned with an increased majority, he  will become more dictatorial than ever,"  he said. ".  'Regarding redistribution, he explajned  that the Mackenzie riding has been largely  untouched although it has lost Woodflbre  from which there were a great number of  NJ>P vo\e$,      <; "\  Should, tlje NDP be elected as tbe next  government of B.C., a five point program  will include: curb rising prices, particularly in regards to food. Enact auto insurance; out telephone rates through public  ownership. Lower gasoline prices. Provide  electricity . i^d gas at cost, Build low cost  modern hqmes. Protect the consumer.  Two:  improved family health; a genuine health service program; chronic care  kindergartens.  '.!' Fiye; Attack on pollution problems and  preservation of public parks with extension  pf recreational facilities. To undertakel ur-  bai., and rural renewal and development  of resources for the well being of the people. v( ������ f ;  .Regarding' pollution, Gargrave pointed  out that experience has proved the southern United" States'may be used iis a yardstick in determining the future development of BJC. and it is a' certainty we are  to get bugged by it soon. The Socreds refuse to recognize tbe problems facing us  and-push expansion at any cost.  . B.C. is one of' the last outposts left  where forests are- still unblemished, and  and ambulance service under BCHIS; pres-   we have to' fight to keep it this way.  Building estimates . . .  ��� ��������������� ' W mm^�� I ��� ��� i i.flSaiii.1 ������___ i���li m m   ��������w��� i . �����    .i im m.   f chilect's sketch pliuis  exceed referendum figure  Sixty golfers play  Ft,  VICTORIA   has * rejected   the   architect's  sketch plans for Gibsons Elementary  School expansion as not being according o  the.original submission and too costly for  the money available. It also advised that  the arhcitect be instructed to plan what  bad been evaluated.  In Referendum No. S which called for  thc building of eight classrooms and a library, the. estimated cost was $173,800 but  the sketch plans submitted to Victoria for  six primary, two kindergarten classrooms  and a library would cost $220,000.  Planning Committee Chairman Mrs. Ce-  lia Fisher, said that Victoria will not allow  hiring an architect to draw up sketch  plans ahead of time which restricts estimate of costs when preparing the referendum. Planning committee will visit Victoria to discuss thc situation. <  Sketch plans for Langdale Elementary  School for building an activity room and  ��� covered play area were estimated to cost  $3,500 less than referendum figure of $56,-  500 and were approved by Victoria.  DEFICIT  Total   deficit   on  these   four   projects  alone would be in the region of $50,000 and    tAh��e��ti  Tnic****-*��**_��! 4�� m+~ ���� <,  tliisis><_aiynitiho-platmtagstawjrkastyfci^ r^t��s��r$?**lfflV��'^'fflJ  the towSt KactorX bid. wZ $52,om in   Uonal *" wbich 'woato teke a Ioad rf  excess of the architect's estimated figure  of $209,800.  Chairman of school trustees, Joe Horvath commented that he hoped plans for  other schools would not be discarded,  j No sketch plans have yet been submitted on remaining building projects at  Halfmoon Bay, Madeira Park, Roberts  Creek and Sechelt amounting to a figure  of $80,700.  SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE  , Architect's sketch plans for thc school  board office have been sent to Victoria for  approval, estimated cost is $2,500 higher  than the referendum figure of $54,000. Eiphinstone Secondary sketch plans have  also been submitted, estimated at $4,400  over the referendum allocation of $221,600.  TRANSPORTATION  No tenders have been received for water transportation of nine children in the  Egmont area. Mr. Wm. Malcolm reported  that he still hopes to get someone but in  the meantime parents were anxious to know  if arrangements should be made to board  the students.  B.C. Perry Authority has Indicated it  will continue to transport children from  Gambler Island to Gibsons at $21 per day  for two return trips provided no stops were  made at* Camp Artaban and Port Graves,  Which are log dumping areas and a hazard  to' the vessel. Trustees were advised that  there are four children in this area out of  a total ^ of seven who will be attending  school this year, from the island.  It was decided to pay ferry transportation for seven pupils but the service would  be discontinued for, less, than that number. Parents Would be responsible for  transporting the children to the dock at  Gambler..   . - -  -  increased numbers of students attending Eiphinstone from the Residential  School,at S. chelt.will result in the need  for ah  extfa  bus,; reported  trustee  Leo  addi-  stu-  dents from the Indian village to Eiphinstone and on the return trip pick up the  Davis Bay pupils for transportation to  Roberts Creek, which is also a new run  this year.  Art exhibition plan  arranged in Gibsons  TAKING a leaf out of'West Vancouver's  * book, where the sketch club stages an  annual Fiesta Week during winch the  stores each exhibt a painting by a local  artsist, Mrs. Kay Wells, with the support  of Sunshine Coast Arts Council, is arranging a similar* exhibition in Gibsons to~run  from September 1. *  The arts council hopes at the same time  to display in the drugstore windows a  selection of' works by local craftsmen,  from which - the prizes for their current  contest for an emblem and motto will be  chosen.       *' ". >  -     .-     ���       >   .;  Students grades 1-7  bring pencils and pad  STUDENTS in grades 1-7 attending. {Jib-  sons Elementary School are asked'to  bring pencils and a-note pad to school * on  Tuesday, September 6 at 9 a.m. Class lists  will be posted on the doors of botb^the "bid  ZONE FINALISTS in tiie Little Leo  Kick, Pass and Punt contest,  Kirk Thomas (left) and Gary Davies  get last minute words of encouragement from Recreation Director Phil  Lawrence, before playing in the finals at Empire Stadium, competing  with  32 'boys   before   a  crowd  of  Superb effort  Ui local tournament ;  T5IXTV golfers turned out" tot take parf in  the Sunshine Coast' Golf' and Country  Club Pitch and Putt Tournament'held'last  Sunday at the Mainpprt Golf Course, Gibsons, j. ''  This was the first such event arranged  by the club and proved an outstanding  success although marred by one small incident for which members wish to express  sincere regrets to those concerned. Somehow, someone goofed and neglected to enter down names of a foursome taking part.  Consequently, when the game ended, as  announced at 4 p.m. winners of events  were selected \ without those of the foursome.  Vice President, Frank Newton, told the  Times, "this was a genuine mistake and  we can only offer our apologies to the  players concerned." Mr. Newton also asked that we extend a word of thanks on  behalf of the members to Mr. and Mrs.  Jules Mainil, owners of the golf course",  for their very kind assistance in allowing  use of the  course.  Winners of the events were: Nearest  to pin, Betty Turnball; Men's Low, Dom  Sleep and Frank Bailey; Ladies' Low, Miss  E. Plucckbolm; Ladies' High, Miss Hed-  ley; Men's High, F. Redshaw; Men's High  Single, M. Enemark; Hidden Hole, F. Anderson.  Lions-Riders game. Thirty-two finalists from Lower Mainland area were  chosen from an estimated 6,000 boys  who started the competition. Gary  and Kirk made a fine effort, classed  in the first three of their divisions.  Besides receiving autographed footballs, they and their parents were  30,000 fans gathered to watch the   guests of B.C. lions for the game  Save $19400 . . .  Vast quote difference  staggers school board  INCREDIBLE difference in two quotes submitted to the school board for stage one  development of Eiphinstone Sports Complex was discussed at last week's meeting  of trustees.  Specification called for removal of top  -soil, rough levelling the entire field, centre  crown  and edge  swale  and removal  of  large boulders and roots. Sicotte^Bulldozing Ltd. submitted a bid of $4,485.00 and  low points of about 20 ft. Rough calculation of yaTdage to be moved comes to  34,000 cubic yards, much of which is hard-  pan. There would be an 11 or���12 ft. cut at  the top, end' and about 8 ft. fill at the lowest point; most of the material must be  moved-an average of 450-600 ft. Allowance  must be made of 'over. 25 per cent cut to  fill for compaction. This makes it. difficult  to tender properly on .anything but a cubic  Renowned artist visits  friends at Gower Point  WEEKEND visitors to the home of Ed  Burritt at Gower Point were Ann and  Zeljko Zujundzic. Mr. Zujundzic, an artist  of international repute, who works in'metal, clay, wood and on canvass. One man  shows of his work have been held in Lon- "  don, Paris, Edinburgh, Oslo, Montreal and  -Vancouver. .   *���        .  He brought a selection of his paintings  and wood prints wbich were admired by  neighbours   and   rfiends.   Mr.   Zujundzic,  who^has lived in Canada for 8 years, started the Kootenay School of Fine Arts in  Nelson. Recent commissions include a .memorial fountain for Crawbrook City Council, mural and sculpture for the Peebles  Motor Inn at Nelson,  concrete^ sculpture  and design for murals' for the  Institute  of Technology in Burnaby. A fountain for  the Middlegate Centre; in Vancquvef, and  a Mayors Chain, of Office in inlaid gold  and silver ior the city of Nelson/   ���v  Zeljko Zujundzic is one of a new group  of"* contemporary "Okanagan   artists:   the  quired ior new school year have been lost,  lists will be available at school. All classes  will be dismissed before lunch. Parents of  kindergarteners are asked not to bring  their children until 10 a.m.  lower bid, Maintenance Supervisor Al Por- ""��� cents  per*' yard  for  common earth  and  ter   observed   that  if   Sicotte. Bulldozing "about -$lJ0O "for hardpan. Top soil" could be  Federal chaos  Good Liberals vote Soared  says Minister of Highways  SPEAKING last week in Sechelt, the Hon.  Phil Gaglardi told an audience of more  than 100 he has been invited to the Peninsula on a number of occasions during thc  School board office  past few years; he didn't expect to make  it this time but thc perslstance rt Social  Credit candidate Isabel Dawson finally won  out.  He said she has showed him more  country on thc Peninsula than he has seen  for a long time. "You arc lucky to have  Isabel as a candidate for thc Mackenzie  riding. She is sincere in her aims and has  already worked hard for thc district, even  though not your appointed representative,"  he said,  Regarding a road from Port Mellon  through to Squamish, thc minister said a  road would be put through, but until negotiations were completed with thc Rayonicr  Company, ho was unable to say whon. As  to Highway 101, ho said there arc many  place, throughout thc province, pecking  such construction and ns a consequence  have to go on:h; priority basis. However,  ho pointed put that with a persistent person  such ns Isnbel Dawson breathing down Ms  neck, there Is littlo doubt wo will got action  could accomplish the job for that figure,  there was no reason why it should not be  accepted. Last year it was estimated that  the complete job could be done for $8,500  and this was only part of it.  Trustee Bill Malcolm questioned if Sicotte had ever done work for '��� the board  before. Trustee Leo Johnson replied that  he had submitted low bids but always  completed the contract. Sicotte's bid was  accepted by thc board.  EXPLANATION  Mr. Ritchey, who attended the board  meeting, explained how he had arrived at  his quote and requested that the press publish his calculation: "Measurements show  a  difference in height between high and  stock piled at tbe upper end for about 50'  cent per yard. There is too much work by  far for the money available.','  PAINT SHOP '  Mr. A. J. Bergnach's tender of $100.00  for , the paint shop on the maintenance  shop site was accepted by the board. It  was the only tender received.  EGMONT TEACHERAGE  Two lots and teacheragc at Egmont  appraised at $3,350 received three tenders,  one subsequently withdrawn, leaving Mrs.  Jean Silvey's at $3,350 and Mrs. Ruby  Larsen's at $3,500. Both were cash offers  and thc larger one was accepted by the  board.  Dirty campaign . .  iheral en  In this reppect.  ARCHITECT'S drawing^ to jjnh   pictured from North Road, on tho   crcd^^  nosed now school  board ofttco   site of Uio maintenance dept, buWdn   To Vccompiish this, a,  I Ji��H3W����!'W��?**'ft*'fJ*W  estimated   to  cost  $50,500.   Sketch  '  plans havo been submitted to Victoria* for* approval. -Tho��buildlng-is  ingj just opposite Gibsons Landing  Elomentary School,  i*jl��i^iW��t*����ti^i*Si^��***��^Jsf^^ IK3&S M Mi  _toy.w _*.  Assault charge  ..               ..         ���       ,. ii -ppp-pITi-.      ������  year  attack on wife  dent August 10 In which ho lost control  of, his iuito At'Solmn Park.  A Socholt j>m��ni Philip Lester Joe,  charged with having enro niirt control of  a vehicle while hlu ability was impaired,  wan . Intod; $200 rind a driving restriction         , ... Imposed upon him, forbidding driving bo<  -fore ~M��j{lBtriitor(jh?iripp7MII.McBl|0��1dtr;onw��77itwoon:tho'hoiirB- of flp.nv. and o xmrfor  .Miliar charge ��� nnd linn been romnrtd^d1   ,lx months.  CONVICTED of taking, �� motor vchlclo  without tho owner's consent, Michael  Stove Johnson, ago i 22, of Socholt, wa��  given a one year ���, muipondod flontenco qnd  ordered to make ro.tltullon to thd lityquht  ol approximately $U7,  , Another youth, n Juvenile, appeared ho  strong mandnto Is  required. "Wo havo only to view the chaos  among tho Liberals In Ottawa today as a  ro��ult-*of*����a*~woaki��mandatolJ��  "Whon you go the polls Soptombor 12, remember this , and elect a Social Credit  member to tho Mackenzie , riding," ho  ended,  ' . , ',   .    ' ������ '."���'"  i Pointing out the benefits of having a  Social Credit government, ho said, o"\Vo  do not como with empty promises and 1  find it hard to understand why an area  auch as this* should, bo represented by a  . ocUllat, monibor. Australia. Now Zealand  and Norway h(\vo heaved them but, Thoy  do not represent tho working man, Ipstoad  thoy exploit him," ho said. Pointing to  EXPRESSING disgust at a local newspaper  report stating many members of the  Peninsula Liberal organizations havo indicated resentment ,at tho recent nomlna-  tion, campaigh manager for Mackenzie  riding, Art James, asks, "How dirty can  the campaign get?"      '  Referring to rcinnrks by an unnamed  Liberal, Quoted in the report, Mr, James  said ho wonders just how loyal ho is to  the party which ho claims to havo supported for aj7. years, or for that matter, any  party. "I would suggest It Is very questionable," ho added, "had their been any  ho��*8ald.����*basis-for��his-accuaations��of- not-receiving*  notice of the Mackonzlo nominations, hq  should hnvo( quietly taken It up with Gibsons Liberal Association executive who  were certainly notified.  "Failure to obtain satisfaction there,  ho .should havo got in touch with tho president of Mackonzlo Riding Liberal Association Dlek Forrest. This would have allowed tho whole organisation to ferret out  tho possible Benedict Arnold In our midst,"  Mr, James assures the public that the  elected candidate, Joe Ronncr of Secholt,  was properly elected rind that tho riding  the, constituency, by plane. He called The  Times by phorte last Saturday from Ocoan  Falls, reporting that his campaign had so  far proved extremely encouraging and that  ho hoped, to ho back op. tho peninsula oa rly  this week,  Final word from Mr. James who wishes  to go on record as stating,, "The news  item regarding the nomination was par  for tho course. Reporting wrong names,  twisting facts by innuendo and rumor Is  the typo of reporting we can do without,'  Certainly it Is not the sort of tiling tho  public wishes to road." ',  Art Centre in Kelowna, Ann and1 Zeljko,  besides exhibiting their work, make tapestries, conduct art classes for children and  adults, and run workshops for teachers  and art students. l ,  Regional College group  still awaiting decision  NORTH Shore Regional College'Co-ordinating Committee which'includes representation from North and West Vancouver,  Howe Sound and Sechelt School Districts,  is still awaiting a decision from the minister of education regarding the establishment of a regional college on the North  Shore. "���  In the meantime the committee is proceeding with planning and' publicity. Lt.  Commander W. F. McGowan has been appointed as assistant to Mr. Leslie Brooks,  , adult education director for North and  West Vancouver, who will concentrate on  curricular development.  Sechelt School District set aside $2,500  for regional college research in the last  budget of which $400 has been spent to  date. Trustees approved the transfer of the  remainder to thc central co-ordinating committee account for administration.  COMMUNITY CONFERENCE  Mr, Ed Sherman, co-ordlnator of the  community conference and Mr.1 Peter WH.  son, met recently with Mr. Blaney at  UBC. Invitations are being extended to  proposed speakers for the full-day conference planned for December 3 at Eiphinstone Secondary School,' School trustees  havo set aside $1,500,00 for tho conference,  budget.  ,it  >   it  b  t  u,  \ t  1 >> pf.  r  jf  t^j^ilBS  Saskatchowqrt as a cloap-cut criterion, tho   Is fortunate In having,h|m  for a pnwiontoncc report, ���, ,   ,   ,,,���,..;  Robert Kdwln Sully of West Socholt'  made another appearance in court on a  .ihargc-ofwa88aUlUcau8lng���>Qdlly.Jiarmf,  Charge arose following a ruckus between  'fl��iiy"And"hirwird7thr,vioumToc*wr,fttr  tack,  Sully has made a number of appear-  ahcos in court during tho past 2Vfc. yow'fn  and .this timo wns  year,     ,    ,   ��� ;���  Gibson, mnn, Hoy Frnsor, was fined  $r>0 on a charge of driving - without d��o  c_ro and ftttcntwh a�� a result of aw ihol*  minister explained that somo industry has  gono in, In that province, .inco lt kicked  out NDP, ���������-���'      ' ���"���������  -iV ���-���- ���-  "Under Social Credit,.Rr.tlsh Columbia  Is-a* booming province which'n��cdH"dynu*-  mlo policies and the typo of mop to aoo  them through. This |n tho fastest growing  province on "tho entire North American  continent, There aro moro hospital bods  George Loalman, was found by a  local   per capita In l^C, than anywhere in tho  IrofifdofirnHtTSft^  ahdlH'TiroToadlhCUiol^  *_hQrerHo"to-b.lleYfld*tqf*hRVo-lH^^  R0DY FOUND  The body:of a 50-yoarrold Victoria man,  water for about seven days and although  a body was rcnortod to hrtyo been scon  Sunday, Aug, 21', there has been'no report  "fl'ont to jail for" ono ' of tho dead man as being missing.  , It Is undorstbod ho lived ftlono In ft Vic-  torla apartment block,  -.���J' An autopsy .and cnqlury Is to bo hold  later,  I  -tr^)^wtiH��W��ilBMw���*fl*i*W��f.'!��*  'il  r  Mr, Gaglardi explained that the government does not sell resources but develops  and uses thorn for development of tho  province, "Tho only battle wo havo today  is that against socialism, As to Liberals,  there are Indeed somo,good Mhoraln and  thoy havO'Como over to vote Social Credit,'}  ho added.  TV  .Regarding tho Issues at stake, tho campaign manager said It Is possible tho opposing parties dlsllko tho Idea of a Liberal  candidate who Is ono of its and a man who  believes Iho Socrcda aro BovornlnRby-ovcr���4  taxation and tho "kickback" system. As  to the NDP, Benner feels they put labor  first and  the devil take tho  hind-most,  whllo their Incumbent has achieved littlo  or nothing for Mackonzlo rldlng^llls^alm^  l_lo7gct taxoaTltlown and get a moro equl��"  tablo roturn ot tax money hack tcrtWrxMF"  ing In order to catch up with tho past  neglect,   A   road   to   Vancouver,   trade  schools and senior elttoons homes are long  past dud In iho great economy wo havo  built for ourselves In the province of B.C.  No dates havo boon Issued* so far for  meetings on tho Peninsula -but  Mr. Ben  r ii? in* rfl ��*MJi'*,'��*^*l'B**^*' W4**"1*'  a  ��� ���������n  11  .ii-.��  hA  ,*, rt.< .***ti.Uj��  if!MWt^i(Sf*.'^^a^lity*#^  thou 100 In tho Loglori Hall.- Tho higlii-  ways minister was nccortipanlcd by  Social Credit candidate Isabel Daw-  .MtHu'f for tiio past "week, been" touring   sou. on .who's beltdli he spoke. Isabel  . ,���' iviiimrer viuti  *FtYiNG-*v��sit*"by*M,iFlyln'g-:Phra" was rosponsiblo for brihglh'^'Wtif to"  GaRlanli  to  the  Peninsula last tho area and mado sure ho saw mos,  Friday, torininated at Secholt, where of Uio Peninsula Including Egmont;  ho addressed an audience of morfe Doriston, Garden Bay ��n4 SecheH*  j'|  > iim.fi ��< 4  i A  Ho Is photographed with Mrs;  Dawson and Harvey Hubbs, wh?  acted as chairman for Uio mooting, f  ,1  ptwptw-i rt��^R��ir*tjvi<aFJ[^'ifl>4(���' ���!>��������� ��*<���*  W**��#*W*MBS�� W  "J  i|M. J:  u V  , ~ 1/ '   I  '< ��p.>f> .'  i :���><��<,���.  "'?404 2 J Sethet*teniosulo Times  Wed., August 31 /1966  ?����U    Wiiii^ip^H) i1W'��.l'Mnli��^f_^iiW_��*��l>y<i^ir ��� i.��i-> -1np^���.w,.i  IPMIW���PWW^���������*��������������� ��� ���    ���������    ������^l ��� f.  ^^kfig^MMM^Mt^MM^MMimm^^  SE^^pEimiSUlA^^      Telephone 885-9654  Classified  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  REAL, ESTATE .(Continued) BOATS,. ENGINES (Cont.).  ,  ," .    , , ,.. , ...,������������ i j     i-i   -   i        ' -   ��� ������-  - ���  ONE   ACRE,   mostly   cleared. 13-FOOT   Clinker   Larson   in-  .-nevep. bulldozed,   permanent board" hoat'i and trailer, $3iW,  creek } ^and   well,t "ten   tfriqute Pbope 885-9453,                4797-39  walk I to   beach  on   highway,  Published Wednesdays by the  Eechelt   Pentnsula Times  Ltd,  at  Sechelt, &��..  HELP WANTED  landscaped lawns, many flowers and  stone  walls,  3  room  house and other buildings, pow-  l    er,  phone.   .Ph.  886-2569.  even-  " ings. 8&QQ-tfn  12' PLYWOOP bbai Tfcp ?oiidi-  tion. Oars and oarlocks, $35.  Ph. 885-9654.   >' 8778-39  I,  .   -I,- _ i      i ��� i -1, ��� 1 i -i  TRAILERS ".. -  -+��� -   - -���  ������*    Member, Audit Bureou  of Circulotion  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion : 50c  ~~~~; 77~l     3 SECHELT    area    ���    Retire-    WANT to travel fast and light  PART-TIME reiiet steward ���       m^al ^    m<enue<    Majn      __   1965   scotty    sportsman  Royal    Canadian    Legion    h three   bedrms     A7oil"trailer."As" new,  sleeps  three,  furnace.    Cottage,    2    barms,    propane cooking, ice box, pro*  -Just- a   few- stet>s���to���sandy���-pane- tmd-electric-lights���Ideal-  beach,  Terms  on $16,000.   Ph.  885-94^3. H. A. 13(11 owner.  8776-39  Branch 109, Box 257,  Gibsons,  -B.C,__^ --^ ^ &MM-  Three insertions  $1.00  -JOc  Extro lines (5 words) ..  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers, __.'���10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs not paid, by publication date.  Legal or   Reader * advertising   25c  ���-per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns,  1.50 per inch.  COMING EVENTS  BINGO���Friday, 8 p.m., at Sechelt   Indian   Hall.   All   welcome. Totem Club.        9610-tfn  ANNOUNCEMENTS  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL  School Opening, September 6,  1966. Grades 1-7, 9:00 a.m. in  classrooms; ' Kindergarten,, 10  a,m. in gymnasium. Advance  Registration ior students new  to district, who have npt already registered: Thursday,  September 1st and Frida^, September 2nd, 1 p.m.1 - 4 p.m.  8819-39  BIRTHS  BORN August 16th to Dave  and Sue Tyson, nee' Armour,  a girl 6 lb. 12 oz., Denee Sylvia  Tyson, at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt, B.C. A sister for David. 8817-39  OBITUARY  SCHOOL bus driver, must have  current   clkss   "A"   license.  Phone  885-2217.    > 8815-39  Mrs. Naida Wilson  Now 10 years in business.  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c/o Bo&  390,   Sechelt. 9625-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO. .,  Roberts Creek  Salal  Pickers "Wanted  Salal 30c Bunch  Plant located at, Roberts Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  9750--tfn  WANTED TO BUY  SCRAP   metals  and   batteries.  Phone 886-2487.    '        9543-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  SMALL place for bachelor for  ti winter months* Would look  ��� after maintenance of house and  grounds. Experienced gardener. Contact Ei Hamilton, RR1,  Madeira   Park. 8806-38-40  mm, hi ii ��� i ���   ���_-  __��� ^^MMMamiH      mh ���_���__����������� i  m  FOR RENT   HALL   FOR   RENT ��� Wilson  Creek Community_HaH.��� Contact Mr. L. Watson, 885-9954.  ��  ; 9275-tfn  FURNISHED suites for Tent  from September 6. Ideal for  teacher or retired people.  Rates from $70 up. Trailer  spaces with sewer, water, elec  tor  hunting.   Tow  bar  weight  150 lbs. Phone "885-9565. 8824-tfn  HOPKINS   Landing   waterfront  on Point Road. 4 bedrooms,  2 baths. Phone 733-8050 or 261-  3151. 2345-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Busy, thriving Garage and Service Station on Highway in  growing community. Can be  had on LOW DOWN PAYMENT  at this time. Good gas sales,  FOR SALE  THREE-jfear-old  cow,  freshening in  January.   Phone  886-  2592. 8781-39  GOOD-natured    trained   riding  . horse. $70 or trade for pony  or foal. Ph. 886-9909.       8787-39  ONE  used coal oil refrigerator,   across  the  top freezer.  Excellent  condition,  $100.   PJi.  busy three-man operation. For    835.2859 or Box 516, Sechelt.'  details see: 8801-3840  E. McMYNN ���  REAL ESTATE &  "   INSURANCE  Box 238       Gibsons       886-2166  ^Res.  886-2500,  886-2681, 886-2393  8826-39  AroundGibsons  RICHARD Stenner; son o. ;Mr. and M ...  , ;    -    V       . Flyinep 4p|ir., ���    , ��� ���       v\ ,  A1 LITTLE late in embarjring on a   te$'With;a flourish last weekend;on  tour of the . .Mackenzie constitu. * a^flying tour piloted by Fred Sqhroe:  ency, Liberal .candidate. Joe,Bennor   der'.of-Sechelt,-        .,    --   *     -: ,  .*���____ _. __. .. .    .     ���* , _.    "*....*��� .   -. _.  CARS and TRUCKS  1949.   A-40    Austin,    excellent  transportation. Ph.   885-9562  R.C.A. Victor cabinet radio and  record player, $50; Royal Office typewriter, $50; 28 camp  beds, $25 the lot; 35 m.m. camera, $20; Comfort wood stove,  $50; Sabre saw, $10; Set of  5.25x16 tires, 10; Pour drawer letter file, $25. Ph. 885-9956  or write Box 39, Sechelt.  8793-38-40  muHAttU stenner, son o. ;am\ anc^ m .��.     ; ; =;       >     ^t-tvt;        ���v . '   ������ ' '     ^  : .F, W. Steniier,-has becbnie 'engaged/to    e(} back totthe "Shnshlni. .Coast: They,have  ^ln Jhe vicinity, of Monte Creek' had the  Miss Mildred tyajr of yencouver. The wed-    taken up residence in West Secheltca<t?r   -rnisfortune 6 b�� involved in; a  hedd-pn  ding, to' take place .in Matcbi,' '.      -,       spending several years 'at "Knutsford no^>/' collision which demolished their truclt and  ^ik tw.o   t   t^   m��^. *����>.o     ._...._. > . <. -     f *'cainper. The ocrppants were badly shak  en up and Mrs  Weinhandl was hospitaliz-  Visiting'wiih.Mrs. 4, C." Myers ior;'a  few���days.:we^e Mr, and,Mrs. R.'E. "Beug  from Regina, 5 ' - t -  Mr. and Mrs. W: S. 'Potter and daughter have returned from Alberta where they  visited Edmonton, Calgary and* Waterton.  '.Mr. and Mrs. Tin.  Searles have arrlY-  KamloopS.  Recent visitors at the A.-E, Ritchey  home were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hildebrand  and, family frown North Surrey. Judy .and  Linda Hildebrand are staying with their  grandparents until school opens.  Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Groll and family  i960   Envoy   sedan,   good running condition. $300. Ph. 885-  9988.. "   ' $807,38-40  1963 NJ5.U.  Prinz, looks  good,  runs  good,   nearest  to   $400.  Armstrong   Motors,    Halfmoon  Bay.  Phone 885-9927.  8813-39-41  1958   HILLMAN,   sedan,    good  running  order,   $200.    H.  T.  Bishop,   West  Sechelt.     8814-39  edfram Nassau, -Bahamas.  Mis. Margaret Searles will. be v teaching commercial from Calgary, visiting Mrs.  Groll's  par  subjects at Eiphinstone Secondary. Before ents> M*. and Mrs. .William_Hutchins.  leaving for. Nassau 6 years ago, Mrs, Sear-        Mr.   and Mrs.   Dave  Coull have  Mr.  les.had been teaching at Campbell River Coull's brother-in-law and sister, Mitch and  and Squamish.     ''         V <,              }-r Edna  Pawlak arid Miss Audrey Pawlak,  -Mr. and -Mrs. Corey, MeKay and Miss vsiting  from  Los Angeles.  The  Pa\ylaks  8798-38    so 39 inch Hollywood bed and    Coreyanne McKay .spentTlast weekend in have just returned from Scotland where  spring and mattress, botb for    Seattle where they '.attended'the wedding they were guests of Mr. Coull's mothOr.  1    SPRING     filled , roll-away  couch, in good condition. Al-  ed briefly. They are home again now>  ,JtMr. and Mrs   Roily Spencer have re��  turned to New Dtav��;r. after visiting at the  Home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Holland.  '  Mi*, and Mrs. G   Ynchlowiu. have moved, to Vancouver. t '  *  Mr. and Mrs. Rom Hackett and family  have returned- from a holiday on the* Gulf  Islands.       ,  Mi*, and Mrs. N. J. Haynes' have 'also  been holidaying on the Gulf Islands.    '  Mrs. Arnold from Priwe Rupert is vis^  iting her daughter, Mrs. Weinhandl,  $15.  Pb/ 885-2078.  8821-39  2 - THREE room cabins must  be moved off property. Open  to offers. Phone 885-9979.  8820-39-41  PASSED away in Sechelt, B.C.  " August 28th, Georgie Billings-  ley of Sechelt. Survived by her  Joving husband William,  three  sons,  Charlie,,,Toronto;. Harry, , tricity hook up. $30 per month.  Vancouver;    William,    Sechelt.    Big   Maple   Motel.   Phone   885  PHILCO 23" T.V.,  good working order;   Also  coffee table  and lamp. Ph. 885-9482.  8818-39-41  ROYAL   Standard   Typewriter.'  completely    rebuilt    by    tiie       manufacturer.    Original    price  THREE inboard motor,  14-foot    $249.95," - now  just  $139.50.-The  .    boats for sale. Marion Han-    limes office, 885-9654, Sechelt,  sen,   Whisky   Slough,    Pender  Harbour, phone. 883-2348.  8773-39  BOATS & ENGINES  B.C.  9287-tfn  Nine grandchildren, two great  jgraudcbildren. Mrs. Billingsley  was a life time-member of the  W.A. to St. Hilda's Church.  Funeral service was'held-.-Tues-  day, August 30th, from .the St.  Hilda's .Church, Sechelt. Rev..  R. Barry Jenks officiating. Interment-in- St. Hilda's Churchyard. Harvey Funeral' Home,  Gibsons, directors.      -> 8827-39.  JPASSED away, " August ' 21,  J 1966, James Ewing Faulkner  of , Gibsons, B.C.,' formerly of  .Vancouver. Survived by two  sisters,. Mrs.   Edith   Benn   of  9513.  COTTAGES for rent by day,  ' week, or month. All-inclusive.  Also trailer space and excellent campsite facilities. Phone  885-9565. Mission Point Motel,  Wilson Creek., 8502-tfn  NEW suites, furnished or unfurnished. One bedroom,  bathroom, combination kitchen,  living'.iropm..,. -All electric new  stove apd fridge. Phone 885-  9333 after 5 J.m. 8792-tfn  FOR   LETTERHEADS,    envel-  ._���,       ��Pes��     statements,     invoices  8777-tfn    and   *&   commercial   printing,  contact the Times office at Sechelt or phone 885-9654.  17   FOOT   cedar   canoe,   good  condition.  Ph. 886-2204.  8799-38-40  14 FT. plywood hull Sangster-  craft   boat,   windshield   and  storm cover, 18 h.p. Evinrude  '.motor and .boat, trailer, $550  leash. Will sell" Separate. .Phbne  885-9565. 8825:tfn.  1 BEDROOM,   completely  fur-  ���  nished, modern home, to responsible,    clean   person,   for  Gibsons,  B.C.  and Mrs.  Ethel    rent   Bax 8829) Sechelt Times.  Morton,   Florida.   Private  fun- ���_ ������ 8829-tfn  eral service was held Wedhes-    ���'. '������:   day, August 24, 1966, from the    FULLY   furnished- 2   bedroom.  Family .Chapel of the Harvey  . Funeral  Home, Gibsons,   B.C.  Rev.   Mi* Cameron, officiating.  Cremation. * 8812-39  PERSONAL  A|tE ypu under 40, if so the  Kinsmen of Sechelt welcome,  your  interest  as  a   member.  Phone 885-9544 pr 885-9560.  9581-26  ���home,  with fireplace and oil  range, beach property near Roberts Creek.1 Ph. 886-2554.  '     . ' ' 8828-tfn  UNITS    available. at    winter  rates from September i. Suitable for school,,teachers,  etc.  Phone 885-9565;' 8823-tfn  FURNISHED .suite available  September 1st,., close to school  and stores. Madeira Park. Ph.  883-2240 during' the day, and  after 6 phone 883-2627.  -   ;^ 8816-39-41  REAL ESTATE    WEST PORPOISE Bay: 2-bcd-  _        room   home,   300   feet   from  ONE set of keys on ring lost    beach, 1 acre, good vlewL Ph.  :  between  Wakefield   and   Se-  ehelt. Phonet 885-2073 or leave  ���at Times Office. 8822-39  tETS  pACHSUND , p u P s, female,  ���' champion stock. Ph. 885-9469.  ''.   - 8810-38-40  IOST  885-9765.  8782-39  WORK WANTED  l���i���r  4HA. 4 .' .1.1 &.V ii^.'.r1' .-pi1*'^ '  ��� 1 1 I  '.I.    '  REVENUE property. 3-BR  home plus 3 cabins. Almost  2 acres. Close, to school, Sale  by owner. Ph. 885-9568 or 885-  9647.. '"  .',     8772-39  On The Beach  2   Bedroom   home   with   safe  clean sea front, deep water anchorage, auto, heat, fireplace.  Weal retirement home $10,000.  Looking for Seclusion?  ' Modern" electric* summer "or >c-"  tlremcnt home, Shunted on J20'  i��k��7" "������������"������'������:'"���" ���~*���,   waterfront  and  600'  deep,   If  mm want>d-clcon up your     0     ro |{K)U,ng Jor 60m<;u��tng  Junk,   boat, prfcea   paid   for   J   { ^ f take % look at thi.  your copper, brass and motel. 'inn  41ftftfM, ,  '88C-22CL P5(l8-tfn Q1W'  *l pWW'  ;;;;:r;;" zm���t~.���7.���       Call Charlie King 885-2060  WANTED,^ firewood for fire-     -UADI cc  CMrMcu  im  .; place, about,22". Phone 885- . CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  93.5. 8505-39 8780-37  FOR Carpentry. New and re-  ', pair work. Contact V. Mlt-  Chell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  hwi^v.w.r. m nnn���myiMiwii ���>..ii_i>p..._ii.i*iIii'iiw itmimm  TYPING' done in my liome. Ph,  886-9847. ' 4799-39  JbAPY rcquhMJB work baby sit��  ting, cleaning, anything. Ph.  8&5-9671. 8795-38-40  12' Runabout  With new 20 h.p. Johnson, -  controls,   etc.,   complete  $495.  15'''Clinker  With convertible top, Evinrude  Electric  Power,  $i;475v ;  1965 9V2 h^  Evinrude Demonstrator, 3 year  guarantee,  $319.  (after  25%  OUTBOARD TRADE-IN  SELLOUT  1959' lOh.p..  Evinrude, 'Warranteed,, $1^0  1963 18 h.p.:���'; ,'y  Johnson, Warranteed, $195,  J965  18 h.p.  Evinrude,  Guaranteed,  $365  1964 28' h.p.  Johnson,   Warranteed,- $340  1957 A0 h.pi.  Mark 55 Morcury, with ���  controls, $148  MADEIRA MARINA  OMC Sefvicentre,  Evinrude  Sales  &  Service  Jbhnson & Evinrude Parts  Phone 883-2266  ,    . 8802-tfn  Used Frigidaire Fridge���$50  Used Moffat 24" Range $35^  Both excellent  condition  Richters Radio & T.V.  Phone   885-9777  8830-tfn  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons-  Next, to Ken's Parking   ^  Beer Bbttlfes.-We buy ancfc  :a "H,se!ll everything /.  9991-tfn  on-Saturday oi Mr.-McKay's" nephew," Dr.  Burton E. McKay and "Miss, Robbie-Jo Gay-  lord. Dr. McKay -isfoptometrist in Gibsons.  JVItss" Janet 'Kru|fe has" retUrhed from  Banff, where she spent the summer holidays. .,   .   ..  Mrs. K. A. Robinson from Fclton, California, is spending a month visiting Mrs.  Winnifred Keen.  Former Gibsons residents, Mrs. K. MacKenzie and Miss Heather MacKenzie, have  returned to. Vancouver after spending a  holiday at Roberts Creek. Miss R. Haskell from Vancouver, was their guest.  .- Recent guest'of Miss^Chaddie^Bremner,  was Mrs. Cobourne of Vancouver.  ^Mr. and Mrs. Don Rice and family, for  mer Gibsons residents, are being wel corn-  Mr. and Mrs. W. Weinhandl and family were .holidaying in the Kamloops area  THE  TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL NEWSPAPER  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  -   Church Service 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELS.  Selma Park Community Hall  : St. John's United Church  ��    ��,. _. ; Wilson Creek, B.C.  .j (<; .: Su^ayScboqi-^9:45ro.^  r' ~   '    Divine; Worships) 1 il5 d.m,,    ,hj,.  >'   ���t^-"v>'ted,by:Missr'H:-,E."Carnpbel|;j;-.">  '''   Except on 2nd Sunday eoch njohth  "���'.'..: Family Service���--11:15 a.mi  Divine Seryice���-3:30 p.rr��:  ���;   :     ted by Rev. W- Mi Cameron ,    .  ACCESSORIES  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phpne 886-9303  7857-tfn  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sundtay School ��� 10:00 a.m.  1  Chtirch Service ��� 11:15 a.m.'  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. Wll;US,>PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or each service  ��� This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT  AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula Times direct for free  listings, specifying "Date Pad". Please note that space is limited and  some advance dates may have to wait their turn; also that this is a  "reminder" listing only and cannot alw9ys'cairy-full-''details:;"*"*-v-"''v--'v^''^--'  ���.���������'���'.���  A ' '  ���Aug.  31���Operation Doorstep, Shop Eosy Store, Sechelt  1-4  p.m.  and '5.-9-.'f.'m.  Sept.1���rOperotion Doorstep. Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons. 1-4 p.m. and  ;.;-.r'5-9v;j^.sp*-^ "...''.-5  Sept. 3���7 p.m. Fall opening pf Sechelt Bowling Alley.  Sept, 12���Provincial Election Day. Please cost a vote.  WE HAVE BUYERS  WE NEED YOUR LISTING  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE ��� Phone 885-2161  1.1  5 piece chrome suite.__,_ $27.95  '2 'piece used Chesterfield, A-l.  condition  - i ��� $^9.95  5 piece Dinette Suite ��� $24.95  Used PhUco .Fridge ��� \$59.95  Used Kcnmore Electric Dryer,  '   220 .volts ,���   $09,95  Quickfreeze Fridge ��� $49,95  Used G.E. Washer  $19,95  Clare Jewel Qll Ilange . $49.95  PARKER'S HARDWARE  ,     Sephelt  , Phono 885.3m   ,  *, 8808-tfn  < .1  USE   TJM6S   CLA8SIPIGP  .       Tho  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  Reclor: Rev. R, Barry Jenks.  Pbpnc: 885-9793  'Sunday, September 4th, 1966  ,    ST.' HILDA'S���SECHELT  ��� Holy Communion���8 a.m.  ;|  :::} Eyensong���7:30 p.m.,  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE  'Holy Communion-��� VI  a.m.  ST: AAARY'S-^GARDEN BAY  <������    .Evensong���3 p.m.  ���  ,��� ��� .(j'.i1. .1 ..."'���     >   ���  Every W��<ln��?��day 10.a.m. Holy Communion  ,   ...ii,;  ";;   -,SI.HIM��>;.     ,...':  1   1.  LET YOUR MONEY EARN & GROW; INVEST IN CANADA  United Accumulative Fund Ltd,  One of Condda's Fastest Growing Major  MUTUAL FUNDS  'Sample-Accumulating Account  $10,000 Invested  2nd  Jan;   1958  with  dividends  reinvested fras grown to i,  $26,968.69 Jmiio 30.  1966  WANTED  <*u>i^*(iiW'.tr('����*i'  *��� '.*  Sis'-  \  2 SUBDIVISIONS  IT LOTS  Earls Covo Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Covo  .    , ferry terminal on iho Sunshlno Coast Highway... .  Also - LARGE VIEW LOTS  1 *  Madeira  Par\i  Subdivision ���-������ overlooking  Pender  Harbour and Gulf ,���*  10%  down 7- eosy t^rms  oh balonce, Discount for cash.  , FOR SALE 0Y OWNER  .V;       bLLI/SLAOEY ��� Madeira Park, 3.C  ,1   PhQw 883-2233 or phone North Vancouver  .,....',��  ,'..'.. .  ,        '.985-4934  Samplo-Monthly Jnvastmorit  . flQQ J9i|v 1��lf |959  $50 each month  to June 30, 1966 you would havo  Invested $5,150  Cash vglue would be  $7,843.72  ADVANTAGES  Diversification, your money Is  Invested in over 90 of North  America's largest industrial &  flhpnclal corporations,  An Investor may withdraw his  funds on any business day.  Tax-frbo'cdpltql gains, 1  ...��������� .-.-���  ���' ;,-      ���.   ���      r ���        ������    .1.,  Investment plans as little as  $20 monthly,'  UNITED IHVESTMENT SERVICES ���l,TD.  HXOCIy.o, n  Wflit YoneoMVor, H,C, '  Plcpio inall mo full <|o|nlh of Unltod AccMmuiailYfl  Fund Uld, wlllioul olillgoHiin,  =��fl&j_i"ii,*i*��^i*fl.  NAME  ��^^p*��^Mtft��M***f*��M|P*.tf��-. ��<ft*���*������(  for Catling Pilseiier  OIHSIadpy  Madeira park. P.C  0O3-.233  Your SunshinQ Coast  ,   R .proBontal|yp  APDRESS  H44*mm����+li.mpm��m4pmnw*rmmmM*mm'wmmi   ���  ,14   r.,    1       ,  famr  I  i >v >*  A British Columbia favorite for more than Forty f.��rtri��.  <HK.II    '.IH.'     .Ml   "tlf   ���'.������M>,'T.>|ii,    '.HII, l,ii_.,.|��,l��H,.. ��.|,��|, ..pn  .m. 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Fms and 7 axis  ��� .,   ^  *fi��   ��fs<>'^ ._* V* _,> /  <   J* *P nf    ^   i^ */��� j','j* *~ -r '���  f"*w     *���/"  ^.i't*''^'- r_2*"!&  i * ��� i-s't.  5'  >\-  Sechelt Peninsula Time* '        Page 3   financed with provincial funds, to protect   districts,   .  .. .      t .   .      .    r  Wednesdoy, August 31, 1966 ^L^^l.h* ^^J^^J^^'   ..^^ifi^^i^^JSw^'- '  vising consumers on wise buys and warn-  LAST WEEK Lorne Wigard>tt^lW out    (Jfl  til��  II USuflOS  inLorne's boat, in quest o* a king sized TT ��� " r.1 *vL; * / ,*r^ r'. 3^  salmon thai, would lea^ us td(v.fa.ne and  fortune as well as* the, Sun Free*Salmon  Derby's prized boat. We foiled; ",but I pro.  inised /you I would recap ^)'ur; adyenture  ticus] week' so here' it'lis. ���   " ^  J,?  I ���- met' Lorne. on ,the Saturday afternoon  ter ferry system, better roads and bridges,  1 highway improvement!      ', ? '  Parkin are'& definite need if we are to  *'.   _v  t' /J r,".  A *'   '.AA  NEW/DEMOCRATIC  Tony Gaigrave^NDP ,'  ing the public of. shoddy or' overpriced   and highway improvement!  >   ,, ,  goods.     . -u .      >'       V-     Park��are> definite need if we  Re-write old -agej assistance legislation' * cope with the booming tourist trade, which  to ensure that all'of the pensioners in B.C.    benefits1 all of* us. '   ,    , ^ x'* \    - *J  will receive,-th6 full benefit from, the pro-     - Here' are some more common goals of.,.  posed $30.00 per month federal increase.      s our people in Mackenzie, t&iugrmoSt o&jxa >  ' -iCurb living costs through enacting a ,.are -painfully aware of the" need" for;, hds*  public autotinsurance scheme. \ ' \ ,'pitals, extended care units/senior citizens  �����ut  telephone  rates  through  public    homes. . -     '   '" -' j ,'  ' ownership of B.C. Telephone Co.      .  ..    * !-��� In this column .each edition IH go into ,  ">     �����^*+* -_^r=__---__a_:__.^__.^___J_.' -^ji^e matters separately,-so you will-know������  h  can-especiaUy.pufchas^ for the occasion.    probiem facing the people of B.C. today/   r^?'V��rZ+ ?*��<,  The garbage can proved deal as, only two    * rW,���r ,���i<W *���� iast >w*r *xuiL   m<>dern. low-cost housing  ���                   - Consumer, prices* rose* last year twice  of the, herring died.,'    ,   ' ,.,. y      ~ as'fast as'\in any of'the previous four  We loaded our gear, food,"rods, nourish- years "A rise df one boint in the cost of  ' ������-,��� o-���           -*�����.-           v   ��   ��         -       ^  mbt (?) and th^herring oq Lome's boat. S��3r fc8"��&SfiTlBoSoTper yeS the^ ^ �� * �� *vtoas that tiie present years I have-spent aU of my spare tome  and after turning :dowu dfan of two dol- from thTwokK tte aveVage tS home Sovermnent  is   sitting  silent and  doing "LSS^J^^^SL 15���LSfSf  We want everyone, not just some people,  to be able to buy all the consumer goods  my .thinking and what I intend to do ahout  themr-if you send~me-to Victoria. as-your^L  locdl MLA.> ,-   ' " ��   * ^V  -   To properly represent Mackenzie riding %  is not a part-time job. It will demand full-'"  time from your representative if it is to  be done properly. This I am willing and  ready, to give to you. For the past three  i,  Mr    aimI   Mm     MurAn   D     I mttnt  Loulet-Smith  Summer sunshine prevails  for pretty local wedding  BRILLIANT  .ILLIANT  summer   sunshine   streamed   jacket entone and a gardenia corsage  through   the   windows   of   St.   Hilda's'       Servers  were  Franke  and Kelly  Anglican Church, Sechelt, on the afternoon  of Saturday, August 20, when Teresa Anne  Smith, only daughter of &}r. and Mrs.  Peter C. H. Smith of Mission Point became  the bride of Myron Douglas Loutet, elder  son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindsay - Loutet 6t  Duncan, B.C. Rev. R. Barry Jenks officiated at the double-ring ceremony.  Sprays of ivory chrysanthemums and  ivory candles decorated the altar. Pew  markers were of white tulle and heather.  Given in marriage by her father, the  bride wore a floor-length gown of white  peau de faille featuring short sleeves and  scooped neckline, deep pleats in the .back  waist line gave fullness for a chapel train.  The floor-length veil was held in place1 by"  a single rose and the lovely young bride  carried a bouquet of stephanotis centered  with white orchids.  Bridesmaid, Miss Shirley Cook wore an  apricot floor-length empire style gown with  Jllusiqn net headpiece and carried a bou-  '"quet".'^'"wifiite"sltephanotis with coral rosebuds.  Supporting the groom as best man was  his brother Wayne M. Loutet with Michael  Martin and K T. Barry acting as ushers.,  Organist was Mr. S. C. K. Redman. , ,  Godfather of the bride, Mr. T.'A. Keien-.  an of Vernon proposed the toast at a reception held in the parish halL Thc bridal  table was centered with tbe bride's cake,  made by sister-in-law Mrs. David Smith,  Georgian silver candlesticks holding tail  White candles and white stephanotis formed  tillable decorations.  Mrs. Peter Smith, the bride's mother,  wore a flowered slik dress with matching  coat and gardenia corsage. Mrs. J. Loutet,  mother of the groom, chose for the occasion, a peacock blue sheath dress with lace  McDonald, Gay Lefroy and Suzanne Smith,  cousins of the bride. In charge of the guest  book were'Deborah Stringer and Lynn McDonald, also cousins of the bride.  Before leaving for a honeymoon on the  Olympic Peninsula, the bride graciously  thanked everyone for making the day so  perfect. Her travelling suit was of caramel  tweed 'with fox cuffs, brown accessories  and a wide-brimmed, apricot organza hat  Mr. and Mrs. Myron Loutet will make  their home at Cadboro Bay, Victoria.  GET YOUR  , ivinsmen appoinrmenr  HAROLD S/faggert, of London, Ontario, was elected president of the  association of Kinsmen Clubs at the  annual meeting held in Fort William,  Ontario, August ,24-27. A well-known  lawyer, Mr. Taggart served as vice-  president pf the association last year  and now succeeds Will Klein of Re-  gina, Saskatchewan.  Vote for Isabel Dawson!  Peninsula Motor Prod.  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  SECHELT, B.C.  ���   Phone 885-2111 ��� Ted Farowotl  <wwwwwww��wwwwwwwiyiiw����iwiiw>��i��i��i'*<>i)|iwww��i��ti ����wiwiii��wwywww>iyiiwwiMwnwi wvwomw<;  *IU,*_fl*W*_��^.��WWt_t��,  Gibsons  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest - Ten Years To Pay  Complete Mn�� off Appliances  For Free JEstlmato ~ Call 8S6-2728  Only 5 more Shopping Days  . to School Opening  Got Your School Supplies NOWI  We have just recefvecf q special  shipment of FALL CLOTHES ior  CHILDREN.  . ..i, ,..  .,'/,...i\  . 'i......i,��..���,.  1     ' ���'     i. p.':.'  ^^^^^Puy^WhHo^O^KSolQctlon.li.ComjplatQ^^^.  ... SEE OUR DISPLAY of CERAMICS  Designed by Chief Henry Hunt of tho KwaMutl  (Alort Day) Indian Band  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Phono 085-9343  Socholt, B.C.  r  U4 tfl^wntjw*j*-^��H> if rV  lars to- eight dollars a dozen for our herring we pushed, off. ' v  We had previously decided th^t the  winning fish was waiting for us on the  west side of Anvil Island. < This decision  was reached after many hours of chart  searching and research along with the fact  that a week before Lome had made a  trip to Vancouver. While - crossing the  sound a 40 lb. chinook had surfaced; waved his tail at Lorne and yelled-"east side  of Anvil on the 21st." So Anvil Island it  was come ".hell or high water", or f leaky  boat *  *.*  We dropped anchor about 6:30 and after, a couple of "pick me ups" started  to prepare for the coming dawn and Mr.  Salmon. There were hook-ups to be tied,  gaff to fix and herring to be tended to  as well as two hungry chaps to feed. Fried  chicken, courtesy of my wife, and potato  salad, courtesy of Lome's spouce,' took  care of the latter.  After these chores were taken care of  we still had about half an hour of daylight left, which was spent mooching and  watching the, arrival of other boats into  our 'secret' bay. That salmon must have  been a yappy so and so. No luck mooching so- reel in and to bed. Notice I said  to bed and not to sleep.  Darkness had crept in and we had just  snuggled down into our sleeping bags when  "putt-putt, putt-putt, putt-putt." A boat, but  where is he?" He basn't any running  lights; can he see us?" "We are OK ���  or are we." "Does the wind always come  up like this at night here?" "I wonder if  the anchor will hold?" "Is that another  boat." So on we went into the night  After forty-six cat-naps, I counted, the  first light of dawn could be seen inching  over the mountain tops. We got our lines  out and began to pat each other on being  the first to get our lines wet on this  most important day. It was then we saw  it ��� an armada heading straight towards  us. Ten, twenty, thirty boats all sizes, all  shapes, all bearing down on us at a steady  even trolling pace. What a sight, it looked like a movie of the invasion of Normandy taken from the beach.  After a couple of hours and nothing but  a few small ling cod we decided to move  out of the wind and chop and head around  the island to the south west side. It was  .a   lot  calmer  but  a  lot more  crowded.  There  were  house-boats and  row  boats,,  $30,000 yachts alongside $36 prams,  Uk|  boats next to runabouts and even a boat'  made from what looked like a sea-plane's  pontoon.  Around about noon we reached the conclusion that the salmon that waved to  Lorne was rolling over and over with  laughter somewhere up the Squamish River. So with sun burnt arms and hands  we reeled in, heaved up our anchor, gave  the remaining herring their freedom, pointed the nose of the boat in a southerly direction, spanked the engine and headed towards home.  Now let's take a look and see how they  were biting along the wonderful Sunshine  Coast.  Fairly good out in front of Sechelt and  the Selma Bay, Davis Bay, area. It has  bpen spotty at times, but when they are  in there are lots of them.  Northern coho showing in good numbers out of Secret Cove. Thormanby and  Merry Island real good.  Sargeant Bay spotty at times but hold-'  ing up verywell. Jack springs aro about.  Over in Porpoise Bay, Bill May report'  ed it "so so" but still fish coming ashore.  Tillcum Bay Marina reported it a bit  better. Springs about along with a good  number of coho. Marty Hutchinson took a  .6 lb. spring,  From the Madeira Park region Had.  dock's Cabana Marina reports quite a few  boats out over tho weekend with some  very good results. Macks Skinner, New  Westminster, 15V4 lb. coho trolling with  herring strip at Quarry Bay. Lon Lanyon,  Van., 0.2 lb, coho at Bargain Harbour while  mooching with d��ad herring. Johnny Herb,  aged ft years, ,9.V_' lb. coho while trolling  with dad, Herb M��krut*kl and Mr. Lejlar,  Vancouver, 12.4 lb, flpringj 7,2 lb, coho,  10,4 lb, spring nnd 5.3 lb, coho all from  Harbour pouth while mooching,  Qowor point very hot at times. Limits  ,���not*uncommon with coho and Jack springs-  mixed,  Good chances for fish all up and down  tho coast, Hot spots appear \o bo Tender  and Thormanby,  Keep that Hire in tho w��tcr and I'll  bqo you next week,  Centennial swim pool  moves toward reality  GIBSONS Centennial Swimming Pool pro,  Joct moved i\ stop nearer realization  whon school trustees approved tho croc-  tion of the pool either ori Gibsons Element  Uiry   or   Eiphinstone   Secondary   School  .rounds, '  ������Port l^ollpn-Centonnlnl-Commlttoo��\vJU-  aIno pool r. sources for Uio project; attend"  ing the school board ���meeting' were;  Mr,  Stnri Flndnger, Mr, Don Dnukn, Mr. Gene  Ynblonski, Mr. I), LitUoJohn and Mrs, J,  S,  Macey, ���  _   ���  In reply lo n query from irustoo I>co  Johnson, Mr. Fliulngor stated that the'pool  would bo under tho principal's Jurisdiction  during school hours and open to tho pub.  llo after" sqhriol hours and 'weekends'. So-  crotnry ��� treasurer . Pistcr Wilson ��� said ho  could foresee no legal problems,  Tho proposed pool which' will roughly  40x80 (25 motors) will bo hontcd from tho  school;' '   r. "'���  average  pay of a worker. In the'last 12 months, the  cost of living in this country rose five  points. This was $250,00 filched from the  pay packet of the workers and constitutes  a major assault on the living'standards of  our people. ' l   ~       -   * *  Economists tell us that inflation can  occur'only with the acquiescence or active  support of the' government In this province', the overall cost of "living last year  went up five, per cent but food costs went  up 11 per cent In the meantime,. every  newspaper reports that the profits of the  major.; corporations' are soaring and we  know that farm income has not been, increasing., Prices have been going up even  when the cost of production has been going  down. '       .  The New Democratic Party proposes  to slow rising prices and cut living costs  through the following measures:  ���Urge and co-operate with the federal  government .to use its powers to stem inflation.  ���Establish a' consumers' council, well  nothing to protect the consumers of B.C.  SOCIAL CREDIT  Isabel Dawson. Social Credit  REGARDLESS of party leanings, anyone  who aspires to represent a constituency  as an MLA at Victoria must give serious  thought to the obligaitons involved.  ~ A constituency such as our ��� Mackenzie ��� demands close attention to a wide  variety of matters. We have, as our industries, forests, mining, fishing,' agriculture and tourism. And so we have all the  problems that relate to these.  In addition, we have responsibilities for  the humanities. There are Senior Citizens,  Retarded Children, to be cared for. And  there are problems in Social Welfare, Men-^  tal Health and Education to be faced pos-:  itievly.  We have problems of policing in some  areas of such a widespread constituency  as Mackenzie; problems of district improvement/ the  development of regional  constituency, finding out real needs and  what the problems are. If you choose me  as your MLA on September 12, I'm ready  to go to work at once in high gear, , . I  don't have to' lose any time finding out,  what your needs are. I know them,very  well already. Tl    "  I made one promise in the last provincial election campaign, in 1963. That was.,  "win or lose, I will'keep on working,for  you." '       .  \ .  I kept that promise.  I am ready to follow it up and I believe! can accomplish a great deal more  for you in the next,four or five years,  which are going to be Mackenzie'^ greatest if we pull together.  In tavern: "We have a pay-as-you-glow  plan." At pony farm: "Compact Horses."  On building freshly painted Kelly green:  "Sure and it's wet!" On play street: '.'Kid  Row." iIn loan company office: "Ask us  about our plans for owning your home.".  Would You Get Such Values?  YOUR PENINSULA CENTRE  FOR FURNITURE, APPLIANCES  Soles ond Service  RfCHTERS'S T.V. & RADIO LTD.  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9777  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd*  Phone-886-9533 Gibsons, B.C.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  -     FREE ESTIMATES  YOUR KEMTONE  SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT DEALER  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Box 489 - Sechelt  4  Dealers for P.M. Canadien - McCulloch - Homelite -  Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saws  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  ''���-     Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  For A Fine Meal  Dine at the EAGLE LODGE DINING ROOM  1  Dining Lounge overlooking the mouth  of Pender Harbour .    -   ..  Char. Broiler for delicious steaks  Reservations  transportation may be arranged  CALL 883-2282'  THE EAGLE LODGE *��**�� *<����� *���<-���  fsm  BBSS  pys  wtwwffmgBmBH  PLUMBING & HEATING  Let us cater to all your  Plumbing and Heating  needs. Oil Co. or Bank  financing available.  SUPPLIES AND  SERVICE  OLSON FURNACES  BENNER BROS.  Furnishings & Point Store  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-2058  5W  "V^.^*  ��b_>  *>  He left in a hurry so he  wouldn't miss the  terrific service at  BUDD K1EW1TZ  SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR.  Phono 886-2133  AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  i i tt it ��� t*  m ioBW mp*it wAiJiiMwti*  Gibsons, B.C  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL A HVfi( SHELL  FURNACE: Complete with Oil Burner, Ducts Work  and Oil Tank in your homo. No payment till  October. For full information call Bud Kicwit* your  SHELL:MOiLwDISTRIBUTOR  Gibsons, B.C. Phono 886-2133  u*  A  I *��w*tol*iiiSiM.i_*��*!(����r  ^^i*lU46MJt&��Ji(rtVMl.^M f*)tH*4t^WrlB-W.  .it _��  Y^����  iiCWiET"SJW,ip@ @��MC!S^  Helene's Fashion  SnoppG  Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-9941  Gull Building Supplies  Phono 885-2283  Secholt, B��C��  SB  58  * (wf I  DIAMOND <$> BUILDING SUPPLIES  Dealers for Westcraft  Windows  Wilson Creek  Phone 885-9704  �����M��^W��><MWMVVi>��MWMWV>W��yWWW>W��V����MMlM��W��WMWW����WV  Benjamin Moore Paints  and all Building Supplies  ilf,!,,,'.  I I".1        '   I  . ft*i��WR!.#MI   _  *.*��   *_.*..  ...   Li  I* fii��rHt����f*��**!f�� twwwtt rtwww*   -  WiHKJnrtl-MlpWBHM* ^����HWi"Ha�� W  tfsij* wl t ntti W'W��r^^^^��wA��iMH'^^u*N*��M^^^ #tttyU��*i( fc *.<Mu��i|. k  I'11 1  \ If'' If  .     ��     *     4  ,...��,  K   y,\: .        ft ^      ^ -^J-_   ^
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VJ2RY 'HAPPY re-union for three sisters
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years. Mrs Tony Eberle of Sechelt was
^visited by her sisters.Mrs. Nona \Kalm-
back and Mrs._Alma_KoUer. both of_North_
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.Upholstery Cleaning - Carpets -.
Furniture - Rugs
For appointment Phone 886-9890
RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING
SALES & SERVICE
HOT WATER HEATING       ."    ' *
BUILDING & ALTERATIONS     "  .    .
Davis  Bay  Rd.,   R.R.   1,  Sechelt
Phone 885.2116
Scows — Logs
SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE
LTD.
Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing
L. HIGGS
Phone 885-9425
L. & H. SWANSON LTD.
Septic Tonics ond Drain Fields - Backhoe and
Front End Loader Work."
Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road. Gravel.
Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt
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HARTLES MASONRY
Fireplaces - Planters - Blockwork
Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates
Phone 886-2586
FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMER1ST
Bal Block - Gibsons
Every Wednesday and Saturday
. 886-2166     i
MADEIRA MARINA
Madeira Parle. B.C.     ,/
Your OMC Service'Centre -Penihsuld Evinrude
Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp
r Sites - Trailer Court - Caimctiirig Ramp
Phone 883-2266
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CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK - BACK HOE
DITCHING - EXCAVATING CONTRACTING
GRAVEL - TOP SOIL AND TILL
Let uf solve' your problems
ED FIEDLER - GIBSONS
.Phone, 896-7764 „   (
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TREE FALLING
TOPPING OR REMOVING LOWER LIMBS
FOR VIEW.
Insured wprk from Port Mellon to
Pender Harbour
PY SERVICES LTD.
Morven Volen 886-9946
Piaby Porter 886-9615
PENINSULA
BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.
Phono Sechelt 885-9669
1 "THE HOUSE WITH A HEARt"
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Vacation workshop
DIXIE .cups, cbeese and egg cartons . cMdrien. last, week. Well-maker Neil
all ^erve a useful purpose in the Clayton lias dropped over to see how
Vacation * Bible School workshop, sandle- makers. Judy Newton and
Leonard Whyte displays" his crushed - Coleen Proctor are doing while Pas-
rock biblical scene, just one of many .tor W- H. Stannard and Miss Mau-
beautiful colored pictures made by   reen'Owen of-Gibsons offer advice.
An old-time resident coming back to
live here soon. Mrs. Mary Evans has purchased the property of the late Mrs. Stan
Parker. Mrs. Evans is a sister of Mr,
W. J. Mayne and first came to Sechelt in
1914 when the family rented one of the
summer cottages on the waterfront then
owned bj. Mr. Bert Whitaker. Later on
when Mr. Evans retired they bought property on the waterfront on Marine Drive,
later v going to the British Properties in
West (Vancouver. Mr. Evans passed on
some time ago and Mrs. Evans has decided to come back to us. Her many
friends will be glad to "see her.
Such wonderful good fellowship and exchange of gardening ideas when gradening    Vancouver   I
enthusiasts   gather < together  as  they   did    «   '	
when Sechelt Garden Club Was entertained
at tea at the home of President Mr. Dave
Hayward and Mrs. Hayward.
Plans are already in the making for the
forthcoming garden and flower show, date
suggested September 24. The next regular
meeting is September 7 at St. Hilda's Parish frail. Present at the tea we're Mr. and
P. Jorgenson, Miss Claire Anne Lawrence,
Mrs. C. G. Critchell, Mrs. Arch Williams,
Mr.' and Mrs. Gunnar Hanson, Mrs. S. Wallace; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Read, and jlrs.
L. S. Jackson.
•thejovely plants at the Hayward home
were 'mudh admired and Mr. Hayward was
busy de-budding some very choice 'mums.
. There are" some Jbeautiful " gardens in
this^area, and they come into view in the
most .unexpected places. Some gardeners
are.fushia enthusiasts, some dahlias, some
prefer the perennials such as pinks, solo-
mon seal, etc. Others specialize in. delphiniums.
Evidently the Haywards like chrysanthemums, their blooms are very lovely, with
a wonderful variety of colors. So watch out
for-the garden show. It will be worth your
time.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Miniato and. family
are"leaving Sechelt for Ontario, where* Mr.
Miniato has been transferred by Shell Oil
Co.    *
Moving from Pender Harbour to reside
in Sechelt, is Mrs. E. Burt. ]
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, are
Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Myers of Calgary! ^ «*..^-..
Guests of^Mr.'and Mrs. Tom Lamb are
Mr, and Mrs.'L. Farris and family -#>rWinnipeg, Man.
Miss Judy Pybus of Langley is visiting
at "the home of'her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Hayward. Also on a yi_it:to
the _ Haywards. are Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Fockner of Calgary.
Mr.  and , Mrs.  Tom  Parrish have  re-
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awarded local entrant
MONTREAL August i83 —l Gunnar A. Wl«
g .rd of Sechelt, B,C. has Qualified for
the Silver Expert" Shield, one of the most
difficult tests In handgun shooting. ' \
Dominion * Marksmen officials announ<?«
ed today the »58.yeat-old merchant had a*
chieved a Score of 5^92 points out of 0^000
_to quality, jt__1  __L      ..  .,
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For the Silve? Expert Shield (Handgun)
the shooter must fiw 20 sets of three tar-
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Recent wedding
LOCAirman, Dean Thomas Robil-
gets, each set consisting of one slow; one
timed and one rapid fire target, and each,
set scoring 265 out of 300 or better,
Mr. Wlgard, a member of the Sechelt
Peninsula Rod & Gun Club, has been shooting for 40 years, although he only began
handgun shooting seriously in 1965. Before winning the silver shield he had to
work his way through a series of Dominion Marksmen'awards beginning with the
bronze pin-which required 10 targets scoring 60 or better out of 100 in slow fire.
Pistols and revolvers of any, calibre may
lia,rd with his bride lihjda pictur-    be used in the Dominion Marksmen handed shortly after their, wedding held   gun competition,
at Siv:Johh the Evahge_i$t Church, ,
Health Tips
Canadian Medical Assoc.
THE    CANADIAN    Medical    Association
points out that surveys show there are
about* as many undiagnosed diabetics  as
recognized cases.
Diabeteses still" a serious disease, perhaps because the diabetic usually feels
perfectly well. Therefore, diabetic surveys
and periodic check-ups are advocated,
particularly for those over forty.
Known diabetics should attend a doctor
regularly for supervision. This usually includes blood sugar tests, urine testing
(wbich.the patient may do himself) diet
and weight supervision, and instruction in
the- care of the feet. The, diabetic must
know a good deal about his condition and
its - treatment, and the Canadian Diabetic
Association, formed and supported by diabetics, can co-operate \yith the doctor in
this.
Although there now are pills for diabetes, they are not a substitute for, nor do
they replace, insulin in treatment. They do
add another method of control in some
cases.
While there is no cure yet, diabetes can
be better controlled today", particularly if
the disease is recognized early. The CMA
points out the importance of the patient
co-operating fully with the doctor in the
treatment program.
Red Dee, Alberta, where Canon ,Swan was
in charge of the parish. Now going'to the
parish "of Horseshoe Bay to relieve the
rector there.
Qn'the sick list and in St. Mary's Hospital is1 Mr. Tony Eberle;" alsor Mrs. John
Browning. ■     ^      ~ -1,
Mrs. Arch Williams has recovered from
her accident and getting 'around once more.
Passed away in St."Mary's Hospital, an
old-time resident, Mrs.. W. • B. Bjllingsley
(Georgie).. Mrs. Billingsley came here with
her husband and family .from Kelowna in
1922. She- was very .active in community
affairs 'in. the- early, days 'and very prominent in" Red Cross work. She was first
president' of the Community Guild and
later,.on" president- of WA to St. Hilda's
Anglican Church. She ,was also a life member off the Anglican WA.
Heard^ word of an old-time friend of
Sechelt' who owned waterfront' property at
one , time, Miss Rose , Martin. She is in
Amhurst Private Hospital having both legs
amputated. She used to visit Mr. and Mrs.
W. 3; Mayne with* her brother Mr. Jaqk
Martin who was at' Vancouver College.
Jack has passed on many years ago. We
are, passing on this information,* as many
ask us'from time to time about these old-
time friends.
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The way my wife drives, if I were an
Arab, she'd come home with a dented camel. / ,
Busy fingers
YOUNGEST group at. Vacation4 Bible   is Miss Karen Goshulak fromChilli-
-   School is-busy making little palm   wack.   Little   workers   facing   the
trees for display at the closing cere?-    camera are: Shelley Betts, Eva and    tunied from Kamloops where Tom was, a
mbny last, Friday. Giving instruction . Charlotte/Bandy and Mark Gillespie,    delegate to the firemen's convention. There
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were approximately 160 firemen; most of s
them-the. chiefs of their departments with
their wives. -They were royally entertained
by Kamloops; all' accommodation was
looked after by the hosts, and a banquet
was held to' wind-iip festivities.
Mrs. Teresa Mulligan has left Sechelt
for Gibsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Eberle
have moved into the house left vacant by
the move •
Miss Julie Steele left for a shdrt'Vacation in California with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wheeler and daughter Jo-Anne.
Mrs, R. H. Sheridan at her home on
Marine Drive for a short vacation'.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whaites have their
house, guest,, Miss H. Cartwright. of Vancouver.      •   ,       , '■" k .'   >
Back in-Sechelt once more, Canon and
Mrs.  Minto S\yan.spent three months in
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WHftWIIJ"-. Wednesday. August 31
CEf \Wm T    Legion Hall, 7:30 p.m.
JEinCLl— Thursday, September 1
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND THESE MEETINGS
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BIBLE stories, came'.to life tox child-. Stqnnard, rerenacts ,q biblical .scene
, ren of all denominations who at-., for, Debbie Campbell, Debbie Contended, vocation schbol at . Sechelt ,roy, , Cindy and Cathy Campbell,
last Veek'and Gibsons the week be- Roberta Betts,. Barbara Proctor,
forte; Pastor and Mrs. W.\H. &t£tn- Sheila Betts, Kneeling, Leonard
nard, here for the summer, conduct- Page, Dpnna Whyto and Brenda
e^, the ,school. Balancing, a pewter Proctor,
water  pitcher on her hand,   Mrs.
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Sechelt, R.R. 1 D«vJ« Bay Roo4
Phone 885-2050
GIBSONS SEPTIC TANK
PUMPING SERVICE
, Phone 886-2848 or 886-2404
Vacation Bible School
inspires young people
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PORPOISE DAY WATER TAXI.
Scenic Tours
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ailLDREN arc hnppy when 1hcy nro busy
1 anil tho bu. lest little people to be found
In Sccbclt. m\. week were taking part Jn
Vacation Dlblo School',{«t Bethel JJnptlHt
Chufch. ,    ,
' Divided Into groups . wording to ago,
which ranged from 4-12 year., many activities were being .ImultancouHly conducted, 3omo children had cnthuulantlcally
■• dived Wnrpugh♦fl'faBclnating-tlmiy-m
into a land of my. tory/- where palni tree.
paper. Instructing t)ic littlo ones were
Georglna Newshhm and Karen Goshulak;
Karen, who will bo attending UUC In the
fall, came from Chllllwaek to conduct
singing cla. sc« for the week,
Older children wore working with Pail-
tor W, H, Stannard, Mrs* ,.r. S. Conray and
Maureen1 Owen, making rt! variety1 of articles all related 1o 'Dlblo Morion; sandfUfi,
artificial* well. rJltUe-browhipapor-macho -
donkeys and colorful cru»lied rock mosaic
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shaded la make-believe .tone well, com-   pictures.
&MMV&"*tim&^ .Amid this happy atmosphere of learn-
deplct^.^^»eC.E^.AndAr0b|'fi.at.U)e   ing and playing, singing vtan inevitable,
■ time of Chr sfs Wtlh, and in a ..corner nwanCUil8j8.whero„Karca,tookJ6hftrge#,lead-
■f colorful Arab lent tempted youngfitcrs Jo    lng u,0 cblldren In favorite songs.
peep imde. H<?re Mr.; w.; \\, SUnpsrt—'   Thlrty-sovonchild^
was relating Dlblo stories illustrated with
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pictures In relief.
\ Other children wore enjoying organized
j. amca,, under; the wpc(ryj .Ion of Klphln-
.tone student Marilyn Masoy before going
to the bajjflltWift class wliero Uie younger
ones i^Jtdo artificial palm * trees using
dlxle cups, faster, twigs and green crepe
hour morning school in Rcchclt and their
enthusiasm and. chylous enjoyment was a
tribute to Prtstor and Mrs, Stannard and
all the teenagers, who helped make the Va-
cation Dlblo School a success In tho Gibsons and Sechelt districts, No doubt m«ny
youngsters will be eagerly awaiting next'
summer's program,
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v- <—,— —£~ ... , i      *"    havfofr* duping the feast three" weeks or so
—by John DunlOp   ~ \tbjre^ts, b j^atan. In fact, there arc
lM,UftUB.      '£_ '       l.Ju       - . *$> Jtefisohs. First, it was Lily's mother
-SiH,?JiST C5?\E T0 TH£ w°y*»TAtNJ "paying us 9 visit. Fort the*past> week it
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MNETY-ONfi sw}ittbte&. in the area from David„ Lamb, Michele Rogers.
-Port Meiton': to, ifeffrpODfl Bay passed HALFMOON BAY                                  ;
their swim .tests which.' terminated the sum- ,     BEGINNERS — Bobbie Derby,
raer program, -^ ^Q< \* ' JUNIORS - Barbara Smith.   «
- Fifty^our jj^jpsgf^,Jp theJPwt INTERMEDIATE Deidre^-Murphy,-
Atellon-Gibsons^rea, thr^r of them quab- Stephen Foley
fyingf for ~ the\ ^bronze   medallion   which -     '
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p«*^«*iu* i!,r—p
^see for themselves*. So; after a dozen lon« wUl IfM;.tbAt/your mo^rJ:-w^s',her^ a
years of trying, and with the aid     ^ t*"*J ->'-'-.—* '^^- «--.    .   -   -.>
bel Dawson; we at last succeeded .„
ting Mr. Gaglardi to come '.here. After
he is the man who must first, of all
vide access. He came.'He saw: And WE Vd^ whe¥^<iomris to .dealing with Hex
cohquered — we hope???    '    n
The Hon.,P. A. Gaglardi,'acbmbanied ?aa^WUHt89^ear«, behiifd-bep^andfin
by Mrs, Isabel Dawson, Social Credit can-'W.W-W not quite ^>ea^
didate for. Mackenzie in the. forthcomings H^*^*.0?-3"«f» _totyer?,is'enjoying ^r
election, paid a flying (not on the Lear "W^ljtfed^vislt *nd'is*busy' rfenewii«?
jet) visit to these parts on Friday Aue- f™'TOP»:««i. made,in.Egmbntsome JO
ust 26th. >        < Y!      g to 12.ye4rs;ago.^Qulte a ;gal.\   .-•/_,
Landing by float-plane at Doriston they    . , Ba<^k *" tbe fold after visiting relatives
were met by Mr. Oscar Gjerdin and Us    ? ^u?UVef ?la^? **
daughter-in-law,'   Mrs.   Cherry   (Gunnar)    Gr'ff.thK and daughter
Gjerdin, shown around .the area; Wluding    ?utomo^f ^d.
the ultimate terminus of the fcgmo'nt-Dor-    Sfems, th?t"our3
iston road (again we .are''hoping), 'and    *f f"?^&°W wanderers is Mrs. Marje    jj&'^ M\iHW%aa$M^1fevn' vf^Ml^Ma^
partook of some of Cherry's luscious fruH.    Blals,^ who, recently  returned   to * home,    "?   "        - *      ' F   *
Through the courtesy of-, Gene Barntzen fireside «iJd husband, Jean Pierre, - after
they then were, brought out to Egmont In a f&mily^ visit \o ChilUwaok.^ -' "><,
Gene's water taxi, Popandi, a trip through John,.and; Harriet Cook and tliree of
the rapids at the beginning of a "IO. foot their four ^children are among the last of
run-in that gave our visitors an excellent we many members' of the family to' eit-
and Instructive view <tf tbe great tourist Joy, tbe hospitality of JobnVparents. >Ctar-
potenial in our backyard,1, the Skookum- «nce arid - LenaJ Coofc Clarence .and Leha\
chuck rapids and ^the''parksite. location.- bave a "beautiful beach location--on'Eg-
While not committing himself in any Way, mont's Waugh4 Lake and successive' visits
Mr. Gaglardi was greatly impressed with from, the different members of their large
the future possibilities ot the area and both family/ scattered over; the Lower Mainland
he and MrsM Dawson thoroughly enjoyed ' area, fmakes the Cook homestead'a real
the experience. .      .;   live go-go place in?the summer jnontbr
A quick smorgasbord luncheon at- Dun- Jr°hn» ^° left'these parts * about 10 ye?rs
lops* and then on to their next stop at aS°.J'is a gill-netter and "be and Harriet
Garden Bay where Lloyd and Mariiie Da-    reside on Lulu Islnd. -     ■ y
Our small community has suffered a-1
sad loss with the death of Mrs. Amelia
Silvey in Powell River on August 23rd.
Mrs. Silvey was in her 76th year and was
one of this district's real oldtimers, settling in Egmont with her husband Henry
some 50 or more years ago.  A gentle,
courteous lady' and one >ho  was highly
regarded and respected by all who knew
should;be~adde'd i|.£6ntive"to the drive~for~
a Centennial S^ibixping Pool/   ';
Those passing*theirJtests-were as fol-
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BEGINNBRSif"  v-
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\ptjid Quarry," Trevor
DAVlSBAY^ : . — -—-      —<
BEGINNERS — David de Kleer^
JUNIORS — Barry Franski, John Chase,
Ona Burnett, Nancy Stroshein.
INTERMEDIATE — Cindy Nygren/
PORT MELLON
-BEGINNERS
telUveau,, Ru
quay,-Warren Dixonf,JCelly Hincks, Ricky    6?*_L5f^ls*
Leah Belliveau, Diana
Quarry, John Sleep,\Sfeve Sleep/Jimmy    L .?^ViN^t ~^aa *™a«• »£™
Peterson,,Sherr^^E^ersby/Michele T^tt-    Mveau   Ruth Hanson.   Tracy   Gather,
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vis took over the proceedings. Here they
met some of the local people and were
taken over to Madeira Park on Henry
Whittakers new boat. From there to Se-
chelt for that community's big afternoon
meeting.
Now I know why they call him 'F _yin'
Phil.' Not only because of his air travel,
but he is  continually on the go.  Having
Thatcher/ Yvonnef <Btteen' Williatn, John
Wilson, Mona Hallj'Hjeather Wright, Janet
Mackay,-Aody Easthamj* Audrey Herman,
Pete. Herman,. Heather Reid and Mark
Weinhandl.       VJ£2vS*. _&£
JUNIORS ^Dip&S^fK. tumult, Sheane
„iid,^Ga^/si6i^Z^t3inj:Sandy, Susan
CharlesWorth; ^ri?|,^j^„Mb^rove, ?a*-
,—- .Roberts, _.;yalerte?^bBa9,  Deborah ,
"Shirley Wibnief}Gayy" Scnindel.      *'*,
iotermbd^e;7^^^1^^ Cw>i>e?•;
Diane Fisher, &ha_?On^Frjaser, Yvonne Stan-
ley.' ' i« >*£   - v%T
SENIOR -l^fintoi^Rp^OTS, Jimv Scorgie, Phyllis Thatcber^V'' \'$: ^ - % 5
BRONZE ~'#ordo£;JCfc>0per. Neva Cowan, Phyllis Thatcher^ Dougal, Livingston
—Bar."
JUNIORS *- Patty Thomas, Kathy Thomas, Jackie Klausen, Philip Madison, ^
'INTERMEDIATE — Susan Ferris.
SENIOR'— Sharon Enemark.^
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been with Mr. Gaglardi8 and Isabel Dawson for a full afternoon t herewith renounce
all thought of being a politician. The a-
mount of travel, looking over local projects and meeting and listening to people
and finally expressing" themselves at a
large public gathering is not my cup o£
tea. I just couldn't do it — and now I
am wondering just how they do it. But
they do and apparently with no ill effects.
I'll "stay  with my typewriter.
EGMONT EYEDROPS
;   Recent visitors to our fair domain were
17 year old Vicki and 15 year old Cathy,
daughters of Jim Leighton. The girls spent
a few days with their father during which
her, Mrs. Silvey's passing will leave a gap
in the population of Secret~Bay that-will
be felt by many. On behalf of her many
friends we extend our deepest sympathy
to her husband Henry and tbe entire- family. < ,.
Due to the Labour Day weekend and
the return to school intervening with the
date of their September meeting- the
B.P.W. gals have decided to postpone' their
first meeting until October 4th. Members
will be notified as to time and place.
Hapyy fishermen
NEW FLOATS at Granthams Land-   vagod from thd beach. Happy fisher-
ing are solidly built and provide   men can now reach their craft in
safe  moorage 'for  pleasure   craft,    comfort, neat steps lead up the steep
Much of the lumber, used was sal?   slope to Granthams Store. 7
ROBERTS CREEK
BEGINNERS- —* ^tby^Maclean, Pam
MacKenzie, Cherylt Gftelph,^JBeye#ey Robson; Andy Gibsbft^ Stetry Blomgren.
JUNIOR — 'Bruce xiyibsop;-^
HOPKINS w* "." >£ y " v
• BEGINNERS/s-^laura Cabipbell, Stephen Hoops, Joaitmfe ftaird, Bobby Laird,
Ian Manning.    ;'\\-&'/ - y ' '*   ■>
JUNIOR — Gail" Mardon, .'Julie Manning, Donna Mandelkau/ Marion Bown,1 Janet Bown, Doug'Campbell. *    '
SENIOR — Shjiifa dampbeft:;      '    *
SECHELT »    ^?~y       ,v/
BEGINNERS1--, Gbrdo^ August, Minni
Siguoin, Melody'iFare^ell,' Dale Brother-
ston.       " <y yy- "I   "v ? -' 4
JUNIOR — Keith; Jaeger, David Henry,
C0M1NOi30OH/
combined tire intatfue
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If there is anything the non-conformist
hates worse than a conformist, it's another
non-conformist who doesn't conform to tbe
prevailing standards of non-conformity: .
Reader's Right
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Letters to'the Editor must cany a signature ana
address, 'although a pen-name may be used Jot,
N publication. "
Times change
Editor, Tbe.Times:    „ _' ." '.   r    '     niirr_fiCT<JP
Sir-Looking through a knot hole I tad-:i™*^ *,"fr"u*w
a vision of the'past-It was atthe champs .Editor, The Times:
ionship tennis game. I did not want to pay   *    o:~ "——«*»■»-*''
hves. Jack Redman? . . .- and so-it went
The conversation was voluble. Now^I don't
know whether Phil G., is building a road
- to   London,   4>rfl whose   borrowing,, from
whom. Glad to hear about the black gran-
, ite deal, I will be watching it develop.
.    , MARGARET  ALLAN,
Vancouver. '
CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
MONDAY —THURSDAY    , ,
1678 MARINE DR(Y£ - GIBSONS
Phone 886-9843
WED., AUGUST 31st
Roberts Creek Hall
8:00 p.m.     ,. .
Adults $1.50  -   Children 75c
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Sir—Congratulations on your recent ed-
■y\s-x$/irK%v?z*y^ five dollars-'entrance lee so I found tbis-i.jitorials, also to Mr. 'John Dunlop of the,
• »-      *.i„4 1^,,^ 4- -.iv >^y^c^^fr^ large knot hole,-and there-were-Uie'k)velyrry Egmont Eye." '"    :
green tennis-courts of Sechelt, .^O.yea.^ a..uAlso to those who have-written letters
ago. I was thinking also of the emerald; tto -support the case of. too easy purchase
green waters and the speckled and rain-    of "lethal weapons. " -   t<!
V'&ifoOiyDISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)
1   -iQUftT OF REVISION
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A Court of Revfsiqn for the list of-electors of the. rural area of this School District -
will be held^ot'tbp^-SSiQor Board-.Office, Gibsons,'B.C., commencing Jot 10 a.m. on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, J 966. .The Court will continue to sit as long,as may be
necessaryJx> consider kind rule on all appeals.
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bow trout from Cloholm Falls, via. the rod
and gun club. Now Mr. Ed. brings me to
earth, it isn't like that any more. Well,
we can't have our cake and- eat - it. ■•
He Is worrying' about the topless hall,
'tis' better than none at all. The art is
swinging . any way, me-thinks an -Emily
Carr some^ day, my genie tells me so.'
' Yesterday,' at our tea timfe. a nice
young'gentleman called'at the house; the
Liberal' candidate for the, Burrard-Vancou-
ver riding. He asked what we wanted to
know, After a few questions I happened to
mention Sechelt,. . ..politics went out the
window. His question, did. I. know Mabel
MacFarlane,   Roily   Held,  both  his   rela-
I would also like to thank those who
have written to me personally: Mr. Bonner, Attorney General; Mrs. I. -Dawson,
Social Credit Candidate; the Corporation
of the Village of Sechelt; and many others for their concern and support.
I" hope  that this  matter  will  not  die .
the usual  Death  of  Apathy.
DOROTHY T\ '<?REENJ3'
Any person who Swishes to make such an appeal in respect of-the |fsrvof> electors
must -file the, appeal in writing with the Secretary-Treasurer before September 20th.
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The-Court of^Revision^shaJthear all complaints and correct-and revise.,the list of
electors, and 'may ^'        - '    i," " _.   . ' A "
a. correfct the names of electors In any way wrongly stated therein; or _        4
b. add the names of electors omitted from the list^or    " ', \
'  .      C» strike out.the name^ of persons fjibm.the Ust who ar^ not entitled to vote or."
who are disqualified from voting; or
d. correct any other manifest error therein,, ';    ,
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THIS SMALL pleasure craft is an-' sufficiently strong to withstand the
I" other victom of the trick south- heavy seas, Mr. Don Hadden wades
castor which ;h^s doomed many out to fcdeuft, a'lihe for Stahddrd\Mo^
small vessels moored off Sechelt, tors tow truck to Winch the vessel out
This one was left for a week and it of further danger of damage,, ■
is believed its • moorings were not	
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-•■■"     SCHOOL DISTRICT No: 46 (SECHELT)
SCHOOL OPENING - SEPTEMBER ,6th. 1966
Schools will open for registration, grouping and textbook issue only at 9:00 a.m, on Tuesday,' September
6th, 1966, Pupils vylll, return home once these formalities have been completed. ^
Regular instruction will commence on the following day, Wednesday, September 7th at the usual times.
CHdhgofirSfcliOoi'Bus'runs'will be'as follows:' AT ■"" ■'? ""
PENDER HARBOUR SCHEDULE
BUS^o. % AM.
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Arrlye Madeira Park .8:25
Leave Francis Peninsula 8:35
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Leave Pendisr Harbour - 4:15
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Arrlvo Fronds Peninsula 4:30
SECHELT, GIBSONS/ PORT MELLON
Same schoclulo as of Juno oKcept DAVIS BAY GRADES4 and 7 who will attend ROBERTS CREEK ELEMENTARY. SCHOOL will boqrcl bus at Davis Bay and VYhlttakor Park Road at 8:30 a.m,, Field Road 8:35 a,m„
Flume Road and Boqch Avenue 8:45 o,m, , . '        ■'
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progress to all our people. The new $500 home-purchase and construction grant will be
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It's no wonder British Columbia's population growth Is double the national rate. Where else
will you find a Government that already pays $110 a year toward the takes of every qualified
homeowner in the Province? In the next 7 years your Social Credit Government will increase
' the homeowner grant to $200-and already the grant has given British Columbians tho
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Mwwaiy��u^vvas as uw  credible as it was uneflTical'and Wui7to' notice of nomination was npltmatffttwKra  doubt, leave a N taste in % ipinds of; to .all and sundry; th. e^vftfiSp  responsible people whichever pprtythey of theB-C.kUb^>/^8wM%d  nught support, for most of us appreciate   ' The Times ttfat du?wfi'S?lS  at least some semblance of fair pi ay. considered' a snap .election mad*'me  Few newspapers deviate from a policy . by-the fact ,it ,& been called ��g  of giving fair play to each party during summer,,* has iti some cases b&53��  election tune, and fewer still go to the sary to stray from usual custom of Sg  extreme   of   attacking  one   individual, seven days notice. It was therefore'teft  without good, grounds, of course. Once to discretion' of local groups :fc> notify  the election is over, both man and party members, by mail. o> telephone., favatS-  are 4n the firing line and both get judged bly, a few get missed in the shuffl? ������-  on heir actions and ability ing the inevitable uproar by \H& tho  We are all human and have our own feet they have been ignored. \ ., l  beliefs and viewpoints and 4t is only Politically we have our own views; jn  natural that a Writer, however good his tithes of election.in accord with -inost  intentions, will to some extent slant ethical newspapers we prefer to remain  things a little toward his���own outlook, impartial, as much as possible all parties  He would be an extremely poor person get a fair crack of the whip wovidtog  indeed Xo launch a.personal vendetta they are prepared to co-operate, with  simply on the strength of va letter from their publicity. Should one candidate put  a crony who doesn't even have the forti- himself out to submit releases while annate to sign jt.;       '  - other doesn't bother, then the onus rest  This would appear to be precisely the with him.  situation which has arisen on the Penjn-       We   do  not  necessarily - follow * the  sula. A candidate, nominated arid in by Liberal line, neither do we have to carry  acclamation, is smeared in a sorry article a torch for the Liberal candidate. V_erdo  which by virtue of innuendo and sup- however feel he has just as much'xjghtto  ported by quotations, from a letter by an fair play as any of his political opponents  unnamed so called long time Liberal,       The poor attempt to stir up contrp-  blatently  implies  wide  spread  contro- versy by one or two dissatisfied Jndiyi-  versy regarding the manner in which the duals it to be deplored and certainly jfpes  nomination was carried out. \ nothing to enhance the repvitatioiVo/ those  It  is obvious sufficient numbers of involved.  " _  Frailty of Hnamaii Mature  Sechel. Peninsula Times ;,;  Hie 7 a:  I    Wednesday, August 31, Wft ,��_ 1  -;"��ni. v:<f��w �� .I'i, $> 'r_p*'V    ,   _      vi'" "ww. t  CAfiS Arthritis Month      ;  gpe$ fjito high gear  SEPTEMBER' is   "Arthritis   Month"   in^  i, Can. da (,,.".. a, time, when, .attention is  being focused vonJ this national health prob-'./  leip-. !4x time, when thet Society's .purpose ��� >  and goate are heng brought to the pub-  lj e'p- s(ttentjQii',4prp .S the nation. A time  '  -when, we hope,-more and more Canadians ,  will lend their support to the, Society's aE-  out .war/against. arthritis.,, ,' *. >     -f ..  .'  Teamwork" is the" key to\thev attack on A,  "afthritis."5 Teamwork "between the medical -t ~  profession, jprerhments, the hosptals, the  IJriiVersities; the Society and the thousands  upon  thousands of  contributors, each of  Whoty fya$ 'Us part to play.' y '   '  ; Ignorance-of the symptoms, delay,in  seeking' diagnosis and" treatment, quacks  ^ryT l#c^- of adequate facilities, are re-  1 isponsible-fora substantial amount of unnecessary jost time and jtnoney. The Can-  adi^n uArthrj,tis and Rheumatism Society  is;doing sbmething ^bout this. ,  Sicpf Beauty Salon  -?f ^" Oilier Lepitre  fAoyf In_ Tiie The Richter Block  *- -m  Cuftina^nd Styling Twes. to Sot. 9-5  4  Phone 885-9525  1*  DESIRABILITY of^ socialism is stricUy  a matter of opinion and certainly a  question unlikely to be answered to thc  satisfaction of all in this decade or the  next.  There is little doubt it has done nothing  to enhance the floundering economy of  Great Britain, and at this time, enjoys  little enthusiastic support from the labour movement which was responsible for  thc election of a labour government.  An even worse situation developed  during its last term in office starting in  1946 at the end of which the country  faced bankruptcy. A change of government and the economy again boomed  bringing with it a vasUy improved standard of living, not without certain problems, but it is a fact that the average  British worker had never been so well  off in his life.  This then would suggest the fallacy of  socialism being for the working man,  and the wage freeze imposed by the Wilson government might well be taken as  further proof of this. Indeed, at this time  many thousands of trained workers,are  already deserting what they evidently  consider to be the sinking ship, and seek*  ing greener pastures in other countries.  The unfbrturiate^ situ^tjpn is that, in  actual fact, the blame for the strife is not  altogether that of the goyernment but  rather that of those who put it inrOfficc.  In all (fairness tp socialisni, as with other  idealistic rcginics, it is theoretically spund.  Human nature is the weak link which will  continue to destroy the hand that feeds it.  No sooner had the hero worshipper of  Winston,Churchill rejected him for a  Labour government in 1946 than thc popular cry became "we have our boys in  power, now wc want shorter work weeks  and higher pay.  This was not an unreasonable request  considering condiiions at thai'time,.but  sadly it did potend there, for in short  time demands increased with alarming  regularity. First a wage increase, then  shorter hours, until such time a halt be��  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  .TRY.    -     ,  Peninsula Motor Prod.  ',-������ $SCHEl.T�� B.C.  P. on . 0B3-2U1 ~, T��4 Forqwe|l ,  pas  .,uau��  came imparative for the labour government- was in dire straights.  The situation had been made even  worse by the almost fanatical desire of  labour to nationalise. Power, coal mines,  railways, road transport, steel industry,  and had they been in long enough, land  and the old English pub were next on the  list. '     .  Again, theoretically, this is all well and  good until the frailty of the human element shows up loud and clear. No more  foremen who have to show results 'in  order to hold their jobs; instead government overseers who get paid anyway. The  workers have a great sense of security for  the government pays now and they have  lots of money to play with.  Consequence of all this was that/one^  could travel Britain and in any city or town,  witness the - sickening spectacle "of one>'  government employee working and four  or five sitting around looking oh. This  was conspicuous among work crews on  such propects as pipe laying and hydro  jobs etc. and flourished in factories away  from the public eye.    '    "  " This very same situation has again developed and while the rats leave their  sinking ship, the problem is not unsur-  mountable. It does however, go to prove,  a government is only as good as its supporters. ���     ��� .'  Poet's Corner  PYIIRRIC VICTORY  ���by Peter O. Trowcr  Lacklustre snmipcr stirs my scum'of bones;  thc stringy with manipulate _ thc'ladle ���  ami coulcl-bo friends are squ .wlingin the cr/ulle  while otljcr friends'arptnrnliigir\t6)itoites.  >--,'-*-���'-' ���..���!���......,-..1. ���������..' ii:. :,\X?pMp..C|pv��,   Ii'*.:'.-; \|  I did not know the game whc. I Wgnn it;  the laughter sprung too easily; tho mentor        >  , sut cleverly within the clouded center  nnd watched the ragged rat-race as 1 ran it.  ' ,       :''' \    it11.  Ten thousand tears betray the Innovator,  diseased by lovo and hate nnd epidermal  delusions of identity', thc tipermnl  desires that pipe us sideways to the crater,  The hand ihut rang the bell will still its tones;  1 twist in the sargnssocs of my sinning;  this game of paradox Is lost by winning  nnd all my friends aro turning into stones,  rcttpwi  QJJB4CAWNG -{aeip^atS^  '* * * Byug, ^Roberts., Creek, we*e -^x- v  panded by one-third when Rev. St&q&  le^" Smith, President- of Rotary yo��  Vancouver Club, officially opened  aiid dedicated the site, last weefc>;  Financed by Rotary, the new facifi*'  ties include a fine lodge and five  camping ^units. -Pictured her (from  left): jNorOT.B^rfe'^YiC!erPre^irf, *  Vancouver-Coast region; Lorne*^ol-.  vertonv District Commissioner; ^E.  Benson, Regional President; Lt. Col.  G. W. Smart, Regional Commissioner; Rev. Stanley Smith; Norm Rudolph, Asst. Regional 'Commissioner;  and Mr. E". W. Booth, Vice-President  of Sechelt District Council.  Joe Horvath  ,t  School Board chairman  excess, ssyst^m of -insurance now accepted  by thesichool board, .wll result in a ."saying  in premiums. UnderCthe,edd system, com-i  plete coverage, was- given for a three-year  premium  of ' approximately $24,000.00.  Under primary ��� aad excess, insurance ���  is taken out to cover "the* replacement  value of the most costly school and its  equipment in the district, so that every  property is covered except in 'the instance  when the.most costly school and any other  school board property are simultaneously  destroyed by fire. Jn this instance it would"  only be possible to claim for the amount  insured, in this instance ;$750,0Q0.0O.  JOLLY ROGER IN  TOE J���>LLY RQGEit INN  .  is N0W wm  \ f'A FUUL'MENU WHICH  ^'INCLUDES FRESH'SEA FOODS  '    & CHAR BROIUEP STEAKS  -   - JS FEATURED IN THE  -     BUCCANEER ROOM.  VIBVTACCOMMODATION IS  , AVAILABLE.  c WE StJC^EST RESERVATIONS  f       PHOKE S85-9998  ���a>  ALTERCATION" arose amongst trustee^atV",  last week's "school-board meeting��r$A  garding a-motion approved at a previ^a^^  meeting that ."the board adopt primafxj  andf excess insurance coverage and-tmb^.^  firms be invited to bid for;( Sechelt Srf$$:f  District business.'*-       ~ ���     - ^*^��  'frust^e Peggy Volen who was absent  from the previous meeting said she understood that three specific firms were mentioned, and .wanted to-know if Ihey had all.  s6ht in bids. In reply trustee Celia Fisher  stated that the insurance > committee had  njet and decided to invite bids from eight  local insurance^ agents and one [Vancouver  firm. No tenders had been' received from  local agents and the committee now recommended that-Armstrong and Taylor's - proposal be accepted. Names of three Van-  cqqver firms had- been mentioned'at the  meeting "but had not been included in the  motion. ,��� i  .  Chairman Joe-Horvath stated he'had  no objection to the firnv recommended but  the-committee hqd not followed what was  in the minutes^and he"',was quibbling over  what wa$ understood at the last tweeting.  'f Secretary-Treasurer Peter tyilslon replied thnt spmetiipes situations oharige but  so long aa the intent of ^ mptlon wa\ carried through, .he considered It |n,oVder.i  ,l'n.,thls,.cas^local firms were given, an op-i  portunlty to bid.  , Trustee Don.Douglas asked Mr. Wilson  what reason he had for going to the firm  of Arm&tTong &. Taylor. Mr. Wilson replied that all brokers deal with thc same  lurge companies and If they received enquiries from various brokers all dealing  With the same school district they would  wonder what was going on, Also the same  quotes would be received from tho (different brokers. Mr. Iloryath observed that you  may get the same quotes exocptfor commission. The secretary-treasurer replied  that'this is possible he was only going by  wlujt tho,experts'tell him.  Tho ,board finally agreed to'accept tho  firm of Armstrong A Taylor;. .proposal to  insure the~ board's property against' fire^  for' a three-year premium of $17,973.00  based on a total insurable value of $2,527,-  986.00. Eiphinstone Secondary School valued at $687,000.00 would be covered up to  $750,000.00. Armstrong & Taylor will' also  be*4he< board's sole insurance broker with ���'-  complete responsibility to administer the  entire insurance program for the board.  It is understood that-the primary and  <  GET YOUR  >,'.;,:THE.NEWS If :CW "    ,  THIS FABULOUS P!$N&f CURIES TO SEC&3ELY  .^mni.ijiimij U im iii i i ��i)|ii.uui  mmnm  Friday, Saturday, Monday, September 2, 3 and 5  "i  . (�����  I . >���        ,^  1 4'  -   ..      ^  -Vote for Isabel Dawson!  "l    .     ���. r  ../,V Eddie Hp^g^s  - Teehnigplpr^Cprtoon.  tNCRIA!.!��^ ADMISSIONS  Sunday, September 4 -Midnight Sho^r  DR. TIRltO^S HOUSE OF  HORRORS   '  '    Pet��jr CM5hing - Cbrlgtppher l��?9  ,   Technlcojpr *-pnepnpscppf  Cartoon gntf Single - ADUI,T -   ' ��� ' ���* " ___^ y.A' .' .1  �����w> ���  "V>\ mm  i   i '  m>mm*mm.  i  See !f This Week At The $ek;he(f Theatre  Out 10;15 p.��i; / ,     ,  THE TH^TR^ ON THE WATERFRONT  i    . i  imimmmm  '���'t*��i��"��i!iii,nrt|i"w��"^"i irw wwi"..���i ������" * "v .'.v ?*"'*** w'^'i''! g*HPwn'iw^y<v_r  mmmrm?mminvm  (WWW  iiniiiiiiwi.iiiibiiHiii^iii.j. injiMiiij [iiliiiin mjiiinijiiw.ni|iijiiii,|nnin)iiiiiiiin.iii  comrssr is a requisite in our Bmsmss  For weddings, for  ioc|ali, for any event,  your Inyltatlont ohould  reflect- exactly Iho  ���jplrjlt of the occasion.  If you're puvxled,  lot us help you.  The Times  AAA36sSSM.,'.x..-'. -Ajivv^;-\/-p*��^^..ja^��^:��p_|5*s--\;.i'y;^s��i^0'mmm?i^:-->.  mA tm rn'mlmAA-m,: ���:���... ��� Ay^-A.my��^y^myAim"'  k'',PiV':J'Jf.fti4'p'''tilft*i::l-..-''?p&<";ft...'''i'i'al '.?'^;.;:'-">"asJII';""" ' " ^<y.r.iii��M'inp��i.��i.iiM��iil '���'���?,��. !j;,gjj  mmmmi  ^Msmt  ??^���  .&>#'v^vriw^.._,:^  i^^^l^J^^^^I  hum-its,  !?'**.��. _4n  ^^lil^JMi^^&l  iPvCirI*��  ysr'*��.'*t'.--."_*rf*i''  tbli idvMtlJcmonl li not pvblltM w dliplsyoO by tha Uqw c^tioi 'mm *m ^;����MiinM'of Prltli. Column' ; nom-o'  1 ��� i        i      " A A't'   * ''"'*���'��� i.     'i ' *'        (''       ��� >    '  Complete  , line  Sewing Goods  School Clothing  Shirts - Pants  Cl���.  Mary M  Wools  Children's  Winter  school gym shirts & shorts      Jackets  For Gibsons - Soehelt - Roberts Creek ^  J SCHOOL SUPPLY 9      foys ��� ��Jffs  %        LSSTS FOR       At.      .1     . -.: . ���  A    ALL SCHOOLS    Y    C��rlfon Greeting  WH3fes*0T5=K5^^ :    W * ��� ��� ��� ���  '^mtrnm  Phono 006-2615  Glbaont, B.C.  ���M  ��''.',',.' ,'}',lt,;lt'.'4',l'V.  <**v��^**(K.fc^+ ^ !*MVfft<4 4|iti��.ftHt  ���MpIMM  Wl  !  i  1  i  ,V'f ^  S** f^-H'W" tfflHu Mtfn  .    "^iJid^    J!J.fl4<tff    &  B M|k 1��M��B'|!  *"U**WW4��W^IWftBMI+>J��flJSt��  ?"-!����,     i, v. *Njpj|.M j *ttp��ii puumi <��-Wtv ,. ��fi,j�� t, 4> n't*-?) t-.  MWw_��^*��V#"*JtWt'i Dhi t-.iB)��!W��i|y��^*a'^-����"jm��6'ililB-ii��-B.'ni()  ^  \L  ���"  '"      ' ' *'      1  '       ������/"'    .���������"���'.���I',      '������      ,    -,. '   ���  S, I      ',  ,/   >(,M  .  I  \ ' il  k  7  i.  i  iU  ..j '::."; >.  y,yyyyAUhL^y^)^y "nin  t. ���  i 111111  It' ',i ,��� y^yA' '!.'<!   .fi,"  ���' "'<���      i  t |  ,       i    ^i y*^    ,u  i    '   i |l /     'Ui III Hi. ii>( i  j H  T_ ��        .        ,.       ������"\���>T-^r-  y    i  ^^^taj*^-**/TV *���*"��>'��.�� ���  ___s_i -*��"���.  ^  V   .   .   V  .   v.......  ..\    -.      .     .      ��    T.     *  _^_i_-Ji_~^.^ii  AA i*e^ .^."v.^ * * ��� ~f**"^.^  Tf'^"%  I   I  V.  ?  \''  ~__l^^l. _��� ���  IT   ���J*  j*.*.^       __._^-_-.>|,     ,>__���, t.-l���^lij.  '  ?ly    *       V. ^r* &*-V  886-2827  THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM  YOUR LOCAL QUALITY THEATRE  ���   Gibsons, B.C.  Where The  Good Ones Are  Show Starts 8 p.m.  ���  ,1     T-        . ,  THIS      Yiile Brynnor, Georgo Chakirl��.  SAT^      KINGS OF TOE SUM  } y^oii  it1- t   ' i   J f  MON '   s  \ a^v-wwnp;,   , -       t  **-.     Shirley Ann  Pl��Jd, Bkdiqrd BaMfetM  TUE.  > i  PANAYISIOKI ond COLOR  \m  1   ,r"��s>   "pi "���.*��?�� ^t-rt-f  i   >  SUNDAY 4th-MIlT  Vln��n�� Prlco i,. hie mo* chlllln0   (i  DIARY OF A IVIADIV3AH  TECHNICOLOR  Seaside  Swingers  Freddie ond  > The Dreamora  ������wi  Page 8  Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wednesday, August 31, 1966  L&F minister  liMackenziesluture is  tremendous:" Williston  "BRITISH Columbia is one of the richest  areas in Canada.  "Mackenzie constituency is one of the  richest ridings in this fabulous province  cf British Columbia.*' ���  ���Thus did Hon. Ray Williston, provincial minister of lands, forests and resources- hring irto new focus the importance  of the constituency of which Gibsons, Sechelt and Powell River are an important  part. He was speaking to a Social Credit  meeting in Gibsons in support of Mrs. Isabel Dawson.  Forest products, he pointed out, are  B.C.'s top industry, bringing in four times  the wealth that the next-most-iraportant industry ��� mining ��� produces. "Mackenzie  riding is a leader in production of Forest  products, creating a total of $980 millions  of new wealth last year."  It is also an ideal vacation land, the  minister said. "Too many people miss the  importance cf Mackenzie triding."  "I foresee a tremendous expansion of  forest production," Williston continued. "If  we think it is great now, just watch the  next few years. The use of low-grade drift  logs from our beaches offers exciting new  possibilities, wbich we are experimenting  with.  "Wood irom the Caribou will come  through Mackenzie riding (via Homathko  valley) to tidewater and a useful blending  with coastal woods. The Cavibou-Chilcotin  hinterland is going to reach the sea through  the Bella Coola valley."  Mr. Williston referred to the Bennett  government's administration as moving in  7-year periods. The first half of its. 14  years in-...office .were devoted to tiie interest��  of people, which -had been neglected. The.  second seven years have been devoted to  "getting the economy rolling."  "The next seven-year period is going to  be a great one. especially for Mackenzie.  The filiing-in of a void in transportation  links, to* link Bella*"Bella, * Bella Coola;  Ocean Falls and similarly isolated points  with the lower coast" where ferry systems  are already  established."  Mackenzie r.ding is going to be one of  the large areas in the power field in B.C.,  he prophesied, "The natural way to join  our power forces in a total grid system  is  through  Mackenzie . . . your riding."  Mr. Williston took a jibe at the opposition: "Our socialist friends wondered what  we were going to do with all the power  from the Peace and Columbia. Well, I tell  you now in all seriousness that unless  these projects remain on target and work  proceeds without interruption we are going to be short of power. The growth pattern in power usage is already double the  normal of 7 per cent per year."   ,  Answering criticism that the present  election was unnecessary, Mr. ^Williston  declared: "A vote of confidence in the  policies of the past 14 years ��� free enterprise policies ��� is very necessary at  this time. Unless B.C. can maintain investor confidence over the next five years,  we will face a very critical period."  He spoke of socialistic policies: "No  matter what kind of thinking you do, fuzzy  or clear, you must understand one fact ������  that you cannot have anything to divide  unless men work and produce something.  No wonder England is in economic troublje  after its experiment. Last year, one man in  the US auto industry produced three times  as much as one man in the British car  industry. And England used to be the leader when it first entered the auto field."  The minister said that B.C. was tiie only government in Canada to take full responsibility for capital school construction; social assistance had been brought  to the highest level in Canada;- 300,000 people "voluntarily liked our medicare plan";  home-Owner grants;?which��� Would"eventually reach $200, ''were copied by other provinces after we started them"; "B.C. is  the only area in fee continent that can  look to power rates going down instead of  up." "Good jobs, good wages, good hours  ��� these are the products of our free enterprise : ^verhmehC' he"concluded. "They  are not the products of socialism. We have  helped create them all over B.C."  School principal . . ��  Eiphinstone Secondary  expects 502 enrolment  First tournament  GIBSONS Mainport Golf Course was ment. Getting ready to tee off are  a busy place last Sunday when 60 foursome   of   Keith   Wright,   Harry  golfers turned out to compete in the Stuchberry,   Don  Sleep  and  Frank  first Sunshine Coast Golf and Ooun- Daly,  try  Club,  Pitch and Putt Tourna-  W?r-Mm  Just right                                        y  LUCKY winners of the  Fall Fair for the  Kellys'  range  was  giving  raffle prize of $300.00 are Mr. and trouble,and this brand new copper-  Mrs. John Kelly of"West Sechelt. No colored Findlay range is just right  one could have been more delighted for Uie Thanksgiving turkey.  World peace plan _..�� ��  orld-wifie ��$i  sponsored by  YOUTH of the Sunshine Coast havo beon  given a challenge to develop a plan for  world peace by their local Lions club���a  challenge that could earn one of them a  $25,000 educational and/ or career awi*t-  ance grant.  The Sunshine Coast Lions Club, together  with Lions clubs throughout the world, is  sponsoring a world-wide es, .ay contest for  the world's youth on the most important  world subject today���Peace. The contest  offers $50,000 in total awards, including the  $25,000 first prize, eight semi-final world  regional awards of $1,000 each and travief"  expenses for the eight winners to Chicago,  Illinois in July, 1967 ^ At that time, the  first prize winner will be chosen from the  eight. Also, more than 20,000 local, district and multiple district awards will be  ..ipade..   ., _...,_,__  "We are hopeful one of our young people will win this world-wide prestige  award," President Fred Jorgenson of the  local club said in announcing the contest  locally.  The contest, open to young people who  will be 14 but less than 22 years of agef.  as of January 15, 1967, was announced by  the president of Lions international, Edward M. Lindsey, of Lawrenceburg, Tenn.,  during the Association's Annual International Convention in New York.  "The Peace Essay Contest is divided  into eight world divisions for the $1,000  prizes,"  President Jorgenson said. ���  "Our club's winner will advance to  Lions District 19 competition in his (her)  effort to qualify for the multiple district  contest,"  Mr< Jorgenson said.  The contest sponsored by more than  20,000 Lions clubs in more than 130 countries in fhe free world, will be the largest  Peace Essay Contest in the world today.  "The purpose of the contest is to develop a formula for world peace because  we feel peace ia attainable," Jorgenson  said. '' '"���"  ' ���"'    "���������'     '���'"���        ���'"'      ���������������������������  "We want to alert our youth to the need  for  world  peace  and  focus  attention  on  'that important goal," he said.  In announcing the contest internationally, President Lindsey said that Lions International, the World's largest service club  organization is well qualified to sponsor  such a.contest.  Hq said the world-wide representation  ol Lions, the attention given to international relations and friendship between differ-  coEilesl  ent nationalities and their participation in  international humanitarian programs were  their credentials for the patronage of the  contest. -  Contestants should submit their entry in  essay form, not to exceed 5,000 words."1  ..* "Judging will fall into four categories:  75 per cent of the essay's points will be  devoted to content, ten per cent to organization, ten per cent to style and five per  cent to mechanics," said Mr. Jorgenson.  * (The mechanics segment will be used  .to^appraisejhe grammatical.construction,  of the essay).  "Three judges will be appointed to  evaluate the entFies submitted to our club,"  Mr. Jorgenson said.  "If our winner can advance through the  judging stages up to the world finals he  will receive an expense paid trip-to Cbi-~  cago to attend the Lions International 50th  Annual Convention for the final judging of  his essay in addition to the $1,000 award."  Mr. Jorgenson said he hoped local young  people would accept the challenge and enter his club's section of the contest. Closing date for the club's contest is December 10, 1966.  "Students wishing to enter the contest  should contact one of the Sunshine Coast  Lions to get full details of the contest," he  said.  The age limit for the contest, includes  all youth 14 but less than 22 years of ag��  as of January 15, 1967. i  Mr. Jorgenson announced that each applicant would be limited to one entry, with  . one winner's essay eligible to compete in  the Lions District 19 contest. Winner of  district contest will be entered in state or  country contest. Each country or multiple  district winner will be entered in One of  the eight world divisions.  IN FUTURE two school board meetings  will be  held  each month, .the second  one will he entirely devoted to  mattert  of education only.  Eiphinstone Secondary School anticipates an enrolment of 502 pupils, reported  Principal W. S. Potter, at last week's  board meeting. Commencement will take  place on Saturday, September 17th, with  the Dean of Women of Simon Fjraaer University as graduation speaker.  Three student teachers from Simon Fraser University will teach in Sechelt School  District from September 12 to December  23.-x ,���    ��� ..���������.',  Ic reply to a suggestion from Recreation Director, Phil Lawrence, that tho  school board be represented at the district recreation meetings, held monthly in  Sechelt; trustee Leo Johnson was unanimously accepted.  Trustees decided that they could not  comply with Sunshine Coast Aria Council  request exempting them from paying fees  for the use of school auditoria for the  forthcoming Dirk's Marriohette shows to  be held at Madeira Park, Sechelt aiui Gibsons. Trustee Peggy Volen pointed out  that local music teachers paid for n9o of  activity rooms for recitals which are juat  as educational as the marionette show.  Regina students travelling to the Sunshine Coast under the centennial youth  exchange program were welcomed to Gibsons last fr riuay by Chairman of the Village Council, Wes Hodgson, School Superintendent Gordon Johnson and trustee Ce-  lia Flsh'r. Box lunches provided by the  Viihge Commission were enjoyed at Mr.  Al Porter's waterfront residence at Soambs  Point. Maps prepared by-Mrs.  Marianne  West and iJostcards "were provided as sou-,  ve>ur. uy thx. school board. After touring"  the area and signing the guest book in.  the Municipal office the students continued  by  chartered bus' through  to  Powell  River where they will spend a week.  Mrs. ouve Service,  accountant at the,  school board office, has recently remarried and will' be terminating her position  on September 3rd.  FOR QUICK RESULTS USE TIMES  ADBRIEFS TO SELL, RENT, BUY, ETC.  NiiD A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula Motor Prod,  SECHELT, B.C.  Phono 885-2111 ��� Ted Farewell  GET YOUR  Vote for Isabel Dawson!  NEW  DELUXE CHAMPION  V% Price Scale  GOOD SELECTION OF FIRESTONE AIR CLEANING  AND POLISHING MATERIALS  , nw;.*_5>.�� >cA*Ji .  For Easy Budget Terms Uso Your SHELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loon  GIBSONS  Gibsons, B.C.  3CiCwl%_tii  Phone 886-2572  IMHMMM<  tf/W//W////////////��////W////////^^  i"    ,_. ^ ���.��� ��� .     ��  I t  1     ' V  i      .��.<  A  y  y.  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