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'.r Commissioner, Clarko  asked  why  not  ed, in" part; upon 'campers who Illegally ._ prepare a^ p|an for "the beach area which'  spend a night and sometimes more, alopg    could be' qarried out so* much each"'ye .ir  the waterfront.   > " ' 'v   *    storting next' year/ Commissioner Lang a-  '     _ <    "��� ���    ,,v   ' , _     u  SERVICES��  "21S2 tf��ST 12TH AVENUE;  \Vi$C0ttV��&'9# "B.   C.   "  t  Authorized *as-seeOndf cfa��  moil by the Post, Office  peportment, ���, Ottawa^   i   i  (_    ,4  > iy  j y  it  Sferving the;Sunshine Coost.'(Hpwcr jS^J03��^%',ervis '"let), fncludii?$ Port Me,lon/ Hopkins,Minding,.Gronthdm's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  1      . ���      i  1 ���..-._.-.-.      r.    ��� ��� .Kl. ���   ���___��� 1         ��� ,.              . _-i ..__.. ^    .. , ^ i    iii     i      .li. ���"     i        ri ��� i     , -    -*._,--_��������� ���!,. n  ,i      ,i mmtm      -  Wilson Creek";'SeJryKrPdrk,,' Sechelt; Hotfawoh Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour,, Madeira' Pork, Klefndale,  Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove,  Egmont.     W*     WEDNESDAY* AUG. 24, 1966   ����fi  . .*.... . .... _. .��� ���, p���������m*^^^**���^^ ������ 1      ���   i ' ��� i   - - I, i ��� ��� ,  ���Fi   ���# �������  had  along  the* solitary garbage container at the pic- - The! chairman .explained that Mr. Bur  nic area had been overfilled resulting fo ley objects to plumbing'facilities near his  Kiln*        onnft__.i>_..l         ���_���.��..��� _1        tU_      <������___<..           1��� ___.__.i_l..      _._.1      1-1. _ J.      _.!.��..      __.___._.'    U��      ���..*     _^n  ^s^��^4  Utter  scattered   around  the  property,  in  front of his home.  Following this complaint, the chairman  reported* that she and Commissioner Ray  Clarke had cleaned up the mess. She said  that as a result of these latest problems,  she had renewed her practice of carrying  out a patrol of the beach road. Two or  property and that they cannot .be put on  the .road   allowance.   Commissioner   Joes  Benner disagreed," claiming there is ample  room beyond the Burley residence.  ���He. was supported by Commissioner  Clarke. who said, "If we wish to encourage tourists ws have to do something for  them/' The chairman expressed the opin-  three campers bad been advised that camp- .ion that "wc will have,to be very diplomaing was not permitted there arid had a- tic," and suggested the garbage container  greed to move off. should possibly be moved.  Commissioner Ben Lang pointed out to On a move by Commissioner Benner,  the chairman that she was responsible for if was agreed signs be posted indicating  objections  when  he  previously  suggested "No Parking.!*  Maximum fund use . . .  Centennial Committee plans  worthwhUe library project  SECHELT Centennial Committee met last  week under the chairmanship of Mrs.  Ada Dawe to further discuss plans for the  Library Centennial project. Representing  the Village of Sechelt Commission was  Commissioner Ray Clarke.  Mrs. Dawe reported that $4050 will be  available for the project and to have a  building worthy of the Centennial, maximum use will have to be made of the  morey available. This will rule out paying a large sum for architect's plans and  tiie only solution would be to enquire locally into best method of erecting a 20' x  36' building.  Two local qualified librarians, Miss Helen Dawe and Miss E. Ormrod have been  giving v valuable .advice on the best layout  of, the building Other organizations have  indicated their interest in voluntarily assisting in the project.  Halfmoon Bay and Redrooffs Centennial Committee have already contributed  $450 to the project, the proceeds of their  ^Countiy-'Fair*'-'-�����~^^  CELEBRATIONS  Plans were also discussed for celebrations next year when pioneers will be honored.  Visit of lhe Centennial Caravan will also need a lot of planning with respect to  . parking arrangements in the Village. The  caravan will occupy the whole of Sechelt  Park and will travel to Langdale on a special ferry. It is hoped to organize a Centennial Regatta in Porpoise Bay, in cooperation with the recently formed Power  Squadon. The committee also agreed to  sponsor ���he compilation of a  history of  * M . ,   .    -       '   ��   SoeredTNomination TT '       jt-1     1. v  l  IN-BY ACCLAMATION, Isabel Daw- s with John Dunlop, left, who had the   VSIS <ull6 iiyPIlOllSI  son  was  nominated  in  Gibsons   honor of making the nomination; Po- ir  Monday/ August -15th, as Social 'Cre-   well  River  Publisher  S_M.i7.^��Mdi^7M��   M candidate fir the September 1st   Hon   Ray Williston and  Liberal Candidate  IN BY ACCLAMATION, Sechelt merchant Joe Benner accepted nomination Sunday as Liberal candidate  for the Mackenzie riding In Uie coming provincial election. Born in Saskatchewan In 1920, his first job was  . ottlng typo in a newspaper plant.  Since then he has had a number of  occupations including 4 war years:���.���'.#���..  the 3rd Battalion Reglna Rifles,. Arrived on tho Pcninsufa 10 years ago  as a general contractor. Since opening up a small second hand, storo four  years ago, has expanded to what ho  claims is tho largest furniture store,  on Uio Sunshine Coast,  Elementary School children. Principal Mr.  VI. L. Reid expressed interest in the suggestion, when approached recently.  PROJECTS  Open to every resident of B.C. is the  1967 Centennial Quilt competition. Rules  governing the competition have been approved by the B.C. Centennial Committee  and cash prizes totalling $1,500 will be  awarded.  Entry forms may be obtained from Mrs.  Ada Dawe or the Times office. Rules call  for an applique, hand quilted quilt The design which must be imposed and sewn on  Uie quilt is to be of a Centennial or historical theme relative to the district, province of B.C. or Canada.  ^ Prized will"W awarded in 17 provincial  districts, Three winners from each district will be judged for top awards of $500,  $200 and $100 at the P.N.E. at Vancouver  iu 1967, The winning quilt will become the  property of the Provincial Centennial Com-  mittee and will be displayed in the Provincial archives and museum at Victoria.  Deadline for entry is June 1, 1967; -;V  Anyone interested in the purchase of  Centennial playing cards bearing a colorful design of red coated mountie and guard  '- dog; or in tlie.purchase.of oenl^ri^j^ineiaii-  lions should contact any member, of the  Centennial Committee or the Times office.  These items make ideal gifts for overseas.  Telephone Co. asks  keep posters off poles  CAMPAIGN   managers  of  all  candidates  entering flic race in the provincial general election called for September 12 arc  being asked; by the B.C. Telephone Company to kesp election signs off telephone  polos.  H, N. Maclean, B.C. Telephone's safety  director, said the request is made to enable the company to comply with provincial Workmen's Compensation Board safety regulations.  In a letter to campaign managers, Mr,  Maclean requests their cooperation arid  quotes tho provincial regulation, which  states that "mail boxes, signs, clotheslines,  oi other obstructions or hazards shall not  be allowed on or In close proximity to  poles upon which Workmen arc required  to work'."  Mr. Maclean's letter adds:  "Foreign attachments on poles endanger workmen. A resulting fnll could cause  serious Injury, or death. May wo count on  your assistance in making bur employees  sftfe on th^c Job?"  provincial election for the Mackenzie   President Gibsons Chamber of Corn-  riding., She is seen posing afterwards   merce.  Mrs. C. Woodward,. . *  Municipal Affairs Dept.  questions village plans  PROPOSED' extension of village boundaries involving West Sechelt Water District was questioned last week in a letter  from C. Woodward of the Department of  Municipal Affairs "who referred to a gap  iti the extension plans.  Chairman Christine Johnston explained  that the gapjwas the Nixon property which  she has been told, by a one time member  of the school board, is forest reserve. "The  water district; was unable to include' it  but it is something we will have to^ go  started some months ago and as yet uncompleted, the clerk said he had been unable to get in touch, with the company and  asked whether 'CbunciF intended paying" av  till already f-ubmittesd by the contractor.  The chairman adyised him that council had  previously voted no payment be m^detun-  til the contract1- is completed:  MOTION IGNORED  ^Asked .wKyihe had,tk$. obtained, a ..du-  into," she said.-She added, "the,question plicating 'h||diine following a motion-'that  now is to ascertain whether it is a forest one be obtained, some months ago, the  reserve or not." clerk told-Commissioner Clarke he felt it  Commissioned Joe Benner a*6& wfe? ^^m^m^mmi^^^  er there have been any objections ttf the    M^aP&5fe%^  Commissioner Clarke expressed surprise  ' American visitor  k involved urbrawl  CALLED to intervene in a dispute'on ���a  Pender Harbour wharf, members of the  RCMP arrested an American boating visitor, Arthur Harms of Spokane, Wish., and  charged jiiM with being intoxicated in a  public place.  Appearing before Magistrate Charles  M.ttelsteadt at Madeira Park August 15th,  the American was fined $50.  Futility of fines which in many cases  are paid by the parents, the magistrate  has decidpJ to make juvenile offenders  work off their misdemeaneur.  First such sentence was imposed last  week upon a Sechelt youth, who appeared  on a charge cf being a minor in possession.  He was put on probation for three months  and ordered lo appear one day a week for  a month u> the RCMP detachment for fatigue duties, such as cleaning cars, etc.  A 10 p.m. curfew was also imposed upon  him  Two auto accidents occurred over the  past weekend; Roy Fraser of Gibsons lost  control if nis auto at Selma Park, Friday  at 7:45 p.m , leaving the highway, he struck  a telephone pole, glanced off and ended  up in a resident's back yard. He faces  charges of driving without due care and  attention.  Another Gibsons driver, Billy Lee Mc-  Connell aged 19, also faces a charge of  driving without due care  and attention.  Losing control of his vehicle at the top  of Nor' West Road, he struck a stump at  about 1 a.m. Saturday morning. A passenger, Corkv Parsons, Sechelt, suffered  a broken jaw snd was taken to Vancouver  Hospital. McConnell and a second passenger, Charles Poteet of Sechelt, are reported as uninjured.  Formation announced  of new football club  COACH Bill Hartle of-Roberts Creek, announced this week, the formation of a  new. football club under the name of the  Pegasus Football Club.  ^Playing in division 3 in the Vancouver  District, the team will be comprised of  players from Port Mellon'uto 'Sechelt. -  Initial expenses will be about $400 and  although it is hoped to receive some cash  donations, the boys plan a number of car  washes as fund raising projects. First one  slated for-Saturday, August 27th., at the  2s a-youngster of 12 he was outlawed br Standard Service Station, Sechelt Proprie-  the parents of a friend because the boy's tors are donating -use-of. their car lot and  mother considered him a witch.        * have' agreed ^sjippljr'ttie; soap. ^/   -  T  MtafiS coming here shortly  SOMETHING entirely new for the Peninsula is scheduled for Wednesday, August  Sl^t, when the "Amazing Trebini" Hypnotist and Magician, appears at the Roberts  Creek Hal', before continuing to Powell  River where he will appear at the Civic  Arena.  An extremely accomplished Hypnotist,  Trebini at one time used his powers upon  two members of the Edmonton Oil Kings  hockey team to,, help them improve their  game. Just a week previously, he had successfully predicted the headlines ih the  Edmonton Journal on a certain later date.  Among bis achievements on stage has  been his ability to presuade a volunteer  he is intoxicated after drinking a half glass  - Of^water^^FoUororig:one^perform  than a hundred people stayed Xo ,be. cured  of their smoking habit by hypnosis.  During his colorful career, Trebini has  caught bullets with his teeth, driven through  city streets blindfolded and caused people  on stage to forget their own names.  His career began at an early age and  Disregards by-law..v.. n.;  {-���^ $+>+$ .Cr���- >.  *"*�����  ���   *V)h    |-V,^       v  purposed expansion. He was told by the  clerk that such objections would fed to Vic- ��� a> this action, stating he understood a mo- J.  �����,-   ���     .-,  ,������ ��� ���-  ���,r.a not ,,* v.^ ��,c, n. chairman ^^5^3?^'&^ ��*������''Prosecution threatened  that  perhaps  the   matter  should  be  left * w��*w  _��HiAWAa     llAAA %*_��*h wa.��^m  with the office to get one when suitable.  expressed the view that it might be ne  ccssary to go to vote but it will be he  cessary to clarify the Nixon property first.  Commissioner Benner. stated, he had  heard froni, oh^ source that about 50 .complaints had. gone to Victoria and that a y  'local'"'merchant' had said he had been  told by the. chairman that complaints had  been received in Victoria. The chairman  replied "word of mouth can be very dah-  gcrous.,v '���'"������������;'"*';"  ������'"������': ������"'"'  CONSIDER VERDICT  h. H. Swanson, responsible for most of  the village work, under the chairmanship,  of Commissioner Lang, wrote referring to  a previous motion that Commissioner Lang (  resign if incapable of performing his duties as roads chairman.  The letter, in effect, pointed out that thc  commissioner had -not been entirely to  blame in failing to get jobs completed.  Swanson Bros., at various times, <tyc to  pressure of work, had suggested certain  contracts bo left temporarily, also thoy advised him/to hold off ono contract pending consideration of costs already involv-,  cd. "Tho commissioner has always proved  mbst understanding," it was stated.  Regarding  tho  latest  paving  contract  SCOUT  DONATION  -������������ -.�����.On the advice of Commissioner Lang, it  was agreed a donation of $25 be made to  the local Scouts who he stated,, have done  a lot of c|earing-up work within the village. "They will probably do piore yet,','  he added. ������,'. ,���. !,  GUNS PROTEST  Support was sought by; Mrs. Dorothy  Green for her campaign to bring in stricter control, of firearms purchase.  Council moved that although there is  nothing it can do, it would support the protest in principle.  on overparking offence  PERSISTENT overparking and disregard  for the recently imposed parking bylaw in Gibsons by a local businesswoman  will result in prosecution in future if the  practice continues.  This was the immediate decision of the  village council, when, informed last week  by the traffic ! superintendent ��� that the offence was' continued despite the fact he  had spoken to the lady in question repeatedly.  Administrator   Charles   Gooding   com-  Socred nomination  Isabel Dawson wins  unanimous backina  '... .  ��� . . ���. ,. v  T  Faith Inshrance man  Seeks council assurance  calls letters worthless  ^p*rt.(SK����^tj(iiH*iiji*tM#if  !*W%*fw****(tt��fat:t*  .FAITH��wIn8ur(inco��A. onclea���of��Burnaby-  hnvo accused I.Ibaonti Village Council  of writing them what thoy rcforrod to n��  "pus. tho buck" letter,  which woroiln effect, worthless,  f.     '  '  Tho company; which has Indicated In*  , torpst In construction of nn apartment block;  oh School Road ��� previously sought' Information regarding flcrvlcec such as wntcr nnd  newer.  They  were Informed  thnt. livatcr  *'Monr^'i0**wiM8^pF0flont^bMMdi  Commissioner Flndngor, said lt wns his  view nothing further should bo permitted  until the present, building complies with  building Inspector's nnd' flro, mnrshnll's'  . pcclflcntlons, ul know that Commissioner  Drummond would bo of tho same opinion  11 ho wns present," ho added.  Commissioner MncJKny agreed, stating  he was out to hold things up but felt tho  "I HAVE ono promise ��� tho same ono I  made In 1903 ���, that said I will work  ���for you, win or lose, Although I lost tiiat  election, 1 have kept the promise."  Mrs. Isabel Dnwson, Social Credit enn-  dldato for the Sopt, .12 election, thus reiterated her Interest In Mackenzie riding  at recent mc'o|lng,V on tho Peninsula.  She snld there wns n "tremendous need  for positive <\nd local representation of our  nrcn. Remember, wlint concerns you, nlso  concerns me, ns n resident of this con-  Mobile X-Ray clinics  visit Sunshine Coast  ���TUB MOBILE Chrl.tmns Sonl X-rny unitH  nro returning to Powell HWcr and tho  Sunshine Connt. ...... ,    ,    .  ..,,���L��8t year out.of 10,500 roradents tested   __   ,)(V>r   VfV,v,_  ������w.   P(1)������    OB.M| ��� v  1,500 wore poh live to the tnheronun Hk|n w||hm tho vlllngo prcnontcd no problem,    building Inspe^torls report should bo com,  tost, Only tho. e adults who hnd a positive ���-      - ���    ��� -  -  reaction (red bump) Inul yoar will bo of.  force! n free client. *,*. y, No children will  bo touted nnd no nUIii tofita will bo given,  , The cllnlcN will ntnrt on Mo.dny, Aug-  tint .2 In Powell Illvor nnd continue  through to CJlbHonfl,. ���  Dr. A. J, Cunningham. Modlcnl Hcnllh  .,Officer, for-lho,Const,GnrtbnldUloaUh. Unit  ���urgoH all residents who woro positive to  bo re-checked nt this llmo.  TH export.   cHtlmnte Hint ono out. of  every 20 .eoplo who hnvo ihoon , infected  but It would bo ncce.snry to cither obtain  permission from Iho school board for a  newer hook-up,' or discuss possibilities of  n cavltator, with tho Hanltnry Inspector,  G, Hryan, on behalf of the conrpnny,  npkod as. urnnco from council that thoy  would Ro nlonfl with any decision mndo toy  tho aanllary Inspector nnd If no, say so,  ns -hti-pref or. cd -action- to wordsr"'~"**���'*  Commissioner Norm MacKay, said ho  ��aw no ronion why council should hnvo to  take that *orl of "guff," Chnlnnnn Won  Hodgson suggested thoy bo asked to ��U'b��  rnSZ hnt lofeirK  S did  i��v��  In  in bSIrl thi!'' 'whlcl? .ho.snld "hAd long boon neglqctcd." Rrltaln Is In deep trouble, aijd wo  .hould timo, should villago attempt to enforce It,  " Mt'ff B��r?IirAn    llr  ,   In'    '/   Mrs. Dnwson Is president of tho Mac- ho  warned  that  these  policies  will  not ,.uch action would have to bo taken against  .Jtforot.Mr.to.ww^^ work Instead of belnRi fooled Into believing miiififfii*;^ T  will'develop Iho actual 'VJ\. (llNnnno..Only    mn,.,|���nH nnd obtain a'snnltary Inspector's  ���" 'if you received a lottor Nlnllng you wero  punitive, ho fiuro to attend tho clinic near  ������" your'homer  ......y..y. ..  The units will ho near Shop KnViy Secholt August. HO nnd 31 hotweon tho hour,  of,, to 4.p,m, and 5 to 0 p.m. In QUwoiw  nt the SunnycroBt Shopping.Contro l to A  p.m. nnd fl to 0 p.m. Ono day only, Sep-  tombor lat.  report but CommlHHlonor Plndagor reminded that council hart done this provlounly;  On a move by Comml��Hloner MacKny  it wan agreed tho letter bo filed,      "'���  REJECT REQUEST  Explaining that In order lo obtain a  liquor licence, tho Welcome Cafo, .Hunted  In hl�� Soasldo Pla/a block would require  two roatroomn, Mr. Cy Johnson Bought  liCrmldBlon of council \o conatrnct an nddl��  piled \Vlth before allowing any more add!  tlona. Samovlowfi wore expressed by Com  mlrtslonor Fred Foonoy, who added that  council would bo remiss in Its dutlon If  It ruled othorwifio.  Jtt wa�� moved tho application bo hold  over until tho required reports bo supplied  and compiled with' Commissioner JWacKoy  commenting  report  time,  ho _ald,  PLANNERS APPROVED  ���-Planning" commtu  Hodgson with himRcl<,< lis-chairman, -hold  a meeting August Sth In order to appoint  n plnnnlng consultant to carry out �� planning survey of tho villago,  Tho firm of Robert WUUnnia nnd Associate. was ..ccoptcd from a number of applicants,'and council moved acceptance of  the company.., Council , previously moved  the sum of $1,000 bo budgeted for this purpose,  MWe can't ojfpcct to get all that wo  \yant���that would take more money than  tlio minister of finance collects In tho, province, Hut wo intend to get our share,"  she said, 'i-ct's have a voice in Victoria."  , Mrs', Dawson; outlined hor program In  general, which Includes increase^ niton-  tion to old-aiio needs; secondary road Improvement 'In., the Peninsula,.Powojl Hiver  and Rclla Coola areas; n plnnncd progrnm  for Highway 101 Improvement;; development of upeonst ferry UnkA; nnd Opening  of hor long-touted Cnrlbou-Chllcotln outlet  to the const, throiigh the Ilolln Coola valley.  Sho claimed travel of 12,000 miles In  tho past 18 months in projects involvlhg  Mackenzie riding, ''helping wherever... 1  could" to bring the needs of this sprawl  I sabot Dawson  ������t*hoto, Reid's Photography  ed, "Is a straight fight between the NDP-  CCF and the Dennett government.  ,"lf you Want to uob'.tho result of abctyVi.  1st policies, such ns tho NDP ndvocnto^  mented "sho is the only person bucking  the parking restriction." Commissioner  Norm MacKay expressed the opinion she  should get no special treatment. Commissioner Fred Feeney advised she" be prosecuted if she persists and Commissioner  Sam Fladager said he felt every offender  should be given a\ ticket when caught.  Unanimous approval greeted the suggestion that the superintendent be advised  to lay charges in future.  CONVENTIONS   EXPENSIVE  Suggestion by Commissioner Feeney  that thc works foreman be permitted to  attend a building convention, fired off an  objection by Commissioner Fladager, who  warned thnt conventions were getting a  little out of hand In that they were originally a means of learning. "Now it ends  up as a celebration for both commissioners  and wives, and they are becoming quite  on, e^ponscj" ho said,, .}  Chairman Wes Hodgson said the conventions were originally attended by two  voting dclogates and that things will bo  a little different next year it he has anything to do with tbo budget.  Mr. Gooding explained that council was  not allowed to pay more than $6 dally,  plus mileage; but Commissioner Fladager  argued that ho had seen many expense  claims, which covered, at least In part,  wives expenses, He was again assured by  tho chairman ,that noxt yoar would, see  changes. ,  CLEANUP   REQUEST  ' Request by Mrs. Margaret Roll of Vancouver stated by letter,, sho is tho owner  of a whlto stucco,'house in the village  which sho, recently cleaned up after untidy tenants had moved out. .Returning later sho was 'shocked to find black-berry  bushes and undergrowth had grown onus-  Ing an eyesoro on the adjacent vacant (lot,  thereby dovnlulng her property. Sho thoro-  foro asked that council ask owners of the  vacnnt lot to cut thc offensive bushes.  Commissioner Fladager, said, "Wo do  have a by .law and they should bo cut  down," ho was told by Mr, Gooding that  this,Is tho responsibility of tho owner and  that there Is In fact no legal by-law to on  provident of the B,0, Social Credit League,  Hon. Hay Williston, Minister of Lands,  Forcstsrnnd" RrsourcCTrntcompa nlcdw Mirsr  Dasvson to acv<��ratInformal gatliorlngs,last.  week in this, area,  Hon. WlIllHton observed, "You are fortunate to havo a person such as Mrs. Daw-  non as a candidate ... as a former schoolteacher, I,know hor family well, nnd they  nre fine people. Isabel hits a dedication  to people that la outstanding, and a total  lack of selMntorost."  "This election," Mr. Williston continu  um! wo should experiment with thorn.  "Mackenzie Is a. tremendous riding, and  -Mr.trDnwson'a-vlm-and'-ylKorls-'nn- out*"  ��l/andlng^.mAtchwiormlU'Lho.����Ald��^.��~<~��������*^.  "As tho unofficial representative for  Mackenzie riding those past years, sho  has been a burr under tho saddle of tho  government : . but who got things done.  Why Mackenzie riding has been content to  sit on tho opposition sldo of the Legislature for nlmo.'it 30 years, I'll never understand , . , yju have so much watting for  you to Accomplish."  many othovs within the village,  Commissioner Feeney suggested1 thU  wnUghL,bQ���.a,.Koodj|��lca.�����ndJt:omml��8ioner  Fladager said It should bo backed with  T*V6tteFlft'tftb^b\vil0fni"avlilW8'W*fclclilW'  up, llowovor, Commissioner MacKay suggested the matter bo Investigated first,  warning, sho Is an Investor after all. Commissioner Feeney agreed, with the comment, "sho is out to sell the property and  doesn't live hero."  It wns agreed, the request be Investigated before further nctlon bo taken.  '    fix, ip  -ti,  _fc,.  -v-  I it ,����� H-������^,#, f..t. f*  riM\%'f*l&tX I  ll.,fjl. :^t
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gives positi^i advice     y?y
Kva   rererson,   ___,, "waran,  Marie  uiarKe, * „ '    ., ,, ,,    ,   .,,. .       .      ...   ,   i^a~...   _.     n
Sallv Garlick Margaret Hauka Greta Tay-    JACK DAVIS, ,M.P. Coast Capilano,- ws_   natton-building enterprises  that  endow, a   -
lor.  Heather' Geoghegan,  June  Peterson,        ^ed last week in the Globe &:Ma,)\>   country with the sinews and the mood oi     .
»     .    v__.__.i_.__.__i     im    **..».        4      >        f«i>    hie    nfitcnnlrnn    mahnAr    in    tnWntf    tiVlf*       «*rflntni»S<_. " _ '
MISS LINDA Peterson Was^est of honor at a bridal shower, hosted bj. Mrs.
' 3, P. Garlick,f Placing gifts in the wishing
*vW6ll were. Mesdames Agnes Labonte, Ina
Peterson, Betty Parker, Patricia Herman,
'Eva  Peterson,  E. Wardil,  Marie Clarke,
Jan Rowland, Vi Peterson, Anna Aunpuu
Sending gift? were,- Mary Solnik and I>oris
Drummond. Refreshments included a beautifully decorated cake bearing the wish,
for his outspoken manner in taking (ijie
-government-to- taskr—The Treport- ,tate£:
None-oFthis-is- Radically-new.- Yot Mr.-
Jack t)avis, parliamentary secretary to    Davis carries Ihese plans for national sett
 •»«■__,_.____      T_l._   T .._.     •_">_-__        J._.»t_„J^.. ) I    ,, l        . . I. _       l>    ..ll          _ li_„
Mines Minister Je _n-LUc Peptn, yesterday
gave the Government some frank and positive-advice on developing resources. Speaking to Western Liberals in Saskatoon/ he
accused the Pearson" "Administration pf
leaving resource devolpment "out in the
Assertion a logical step further, pounding
them out with a tough policy on'resource
-prices,-and -therefore-profits,-geared -to—
<'ajl that tiie market will bear." He tells
.C .nadians to demand for their resources .
when selling them to foreigners "not me're-
««i r- «-   _______
anop-caby  v. onrcsi
PICTURED here are the winners of th§ beautiftu'Mayne'
Holiday Cottage: Mr. and Mrs. HI B. Tarris, 2890 Pan-
SMALL place for bachelor for
winter   months.   Would   look ~ .       „_. -« ,r                   »^        >-,.,  „_.',    i        -.i_     «««;*.«"«««••« *«*«-w - s«* ««««>» «*"
Legal or Reader advertising 25c    after maintenance of house and oramo Drive, North Vancouver. Along With the lttCky Will-    Mesdames, F. Craven, C. Easterbrook, E
per count line.                                  .       _        .         .           . __   ^i_-   _*_i.x *»_   tt    t-.        _n    -r»_v_sj—ja.   -j. tt.,.             __     . .       _          _ -.    ..       .__.        __ .        _
Display   advertising   in   classified
Ad-Brief columns,  1.50 per inch.
.J Lind&, who is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Peterson and the granddaughter
of Mrs. Eva Peterson, was married last       ,, „.      ,   , _^ fc. _,  tu >. ^u.        «,_._»*    i-..~ ., ,-    t    • „ >      „
Saturday rfternoon to Mr   Elgin Gordon     cold'    and  demattded that Ottawa meet    iy a minimum 'reasonable' rate of return;'1
>The young couple are presently honeymoon-    this challenge more aggresively.      ^    -<    but "a handsome profit," reflecting ^the
From a politician m the antechamTjer,-. umqyeness of the resources" instead of
of the ministry, these aro- courageous.* thej-convenienco of fomgn consumers,
words. For not only-do they avow clearly >' ,Tl»s 1S bold talk. It breathes the con-
that the Government has given *a low Ajence and optimism that are thdSessence
priority to strengthening ,the basis of Can- of >oth fr3e enterprise afid free natidnhood.
ada's long-ttrm prosperity; they documeht
authoritativelv Opposition charges'that Mr.
ing in the Bella Coola area.
' Mrs. Doris Drummond entertained at a
surprise going away tea for Mrs. N. Dolley prior to her departure on''a trip to
England. Mrs. Dolley.was presented! with
a necklace and Yardley's gift. Guest's were
grounds. Experienced garden- ners on the right Mr. H. Rendall, President at Holiday Hutchins, Trene Coleridge, Nora Haley, E. Davis' own party has* "wilfully neglected,
er. Contact E. Hamilton, RRV Homes Ltd and on the left, Mr. fi.XobUrn, Sales Mana- Wardil, * Florence Kirkham, E. Baker, J. as he himself put it, "the Northern and
Madeira  Park. 8806-38-M)    ger of Shop-Easy Stores (B.C.) Ltd.-presenting to the   Garlick and F. Chaster. w-»«- «*^ ^ ',',"0',,", »-».**-« «
* "'"       •>    • ^        — ^   ' - ■ A baby shower fof Barbara Chiasson
was held a'ttlie home of Dorothy Swinney
winners a letter and picture of thedr' new summer cottage.
BINGO—Friday, 8 p.m., at Sechelt  Indian   Hall.   All   welcome. Totem Club.        9610-tfn
CROUSE — Passed away Aug.
17. 1966. Viola tlsobel Crouse
of Selma Park, B.C. Survived
by her loving husgand Birdell;
one son, Berry, North Vancouver; three brothers, John Jel-
lis, North Vancouver, Walter
Jellis of Edmonton, and Arthur
Jellis of Edmonton; one sister,
Miss Mabel Cooper, Edmonton.
Funeral service was held Monday, August 22 at 2:30 p.m.
from the Family Chapel of the
Hairvey Funeral Home, Gibsons. Rev. M. Cameron officiating. Interment Sea View
Cemetery. 8809-38
ARE you under 40, if so the
Kinsmen of Sechelt welcome
your   interest   as   a   member. ,
Phone 885-9544 or 885-9560.
DACHSUND    pups,     female,
champion stock. Ph. 885-9469.
SCRAP  metals   and  batteries.
Ptione 886-2487. 9543-tfn
FOR Carpentry. New' and repair, work. Contact 1V.  Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn
TYPING done,in my..home,.Ph..
886-9847. 4799-39
LADY requires,work baby sitting, cleaning, anything.  Ph.
885-9671. 8795-38-40
EXPERIENCED   relief   cook .
required. Phone 885-9344.
,   Mrs. Naida Wilson
Now 10 years in business.
■ Phone 885-9746 or write c/o Bo*
390,   Sechelt. 9625-tfn
Roberts Creek
Salal Pickers Wanted
Salal 30c Bunch       *
Plant located at Roberts Creek,
across street from store.
Phone 886-2633
There is an Immediate va<
cancy for an Accountant at the
School Board Office in Gibsons, B.C.
• ' Applicants should have accountancy training and experience, preferably in a echool
«...., .The,'starting..salary,.,wJll_J>c,
$417,00 per month, rising to
$438,00 per month, following
thc successful completion of a
probationary period of tl^rco
Applications should bo directed to tho Secretary-Treasurer
at Box 220, Gibsons, B.C, Further information can be obtained by Udeplionlng 880-2141.
8701—Pub.  Aug.  24, 1960
HALL   FOR   RENT — Wilson
Creek Community Hall. Contact Mr. L. Watson, 885-9954.
FURNISHED suites for rent
from September 6. Ideal for
teacher or retired people.
Rates from $70 Up. Trailer
spaces with sewerj water, elec-.
tricity hook up. $30 per month.
Big Maple Motel. Phone 885
9513. 8777-tfn
UNITS available. at winter
rates from September 1. Suitable for school teacher. Mission Point Motel. Phone. 885-
9565. 8503-tfn
2   TIIREE-room   cabins.   Must
be  removed  from   property.
Open to offers. Phone 885-9979.
COTTAGES for rent by day,
week, or month. AlMnclusive.
Also, trailer space and excellent campsite facilities. Phone
885-9565. Mission Point Motel,
r. ^Wpson^Creek. 8502-tfn
FURNISHED    waterfront    cot-
•./tage for  rent.   Suit  working"
man. Phone 885-2289.      8803-38
FURNISHED   -   One   bedroom
house in Sechelt. H. B. Gordon ' &  Kenneth Ltd.,   Sechelt;
B.C.   Ph.   885-2031. 8804-38
THREE   room  house   at   Porpoise  Bay,   $45   per   month.
Phone   885-2086. " 8811-38
NEW suites, furnished or unfurnished. One bedroom,
bathroom, combination kitchen,
living room. All electric new
stove and fridge. Phone 885-
9333 after 5 "p.m. 8792-tfn
HOPKINS   Landing   waterfront
on Point Road. 4 bedrooms,
2 baths. Phone 733-8050 or 261-
3151. .    2345-tfn
SECHELT area — Retirement ' 'plus revenue. Main
house, three bedrms., A/oil
furnace. Cottage, 2 bdrms.
Just a few steps to sandy
beach. Terms, on $16,000. Ph.
885-9473. H. A. Hill owner.
Pender Area:
3 acres plus with over 200 feet
waterfront, see us for parti:
■ culars. A few Lake-front lots,
varying sizes and  prices.
7-roomed  house on  approximately half acre, Waterfront—
good sheltered mooring. Terms
on $16,000.00.
View home on highway, 2 bedrooms,   sun-room,  living, bath
and   kitchen. - Basement,   El.
Heat. Insul, Drive add' garage.
$12,800.00 terms.
1 acre, with house and 3 cottages.  Terms on $11,900.00.
Large town Jot with well-built
3-bcdroom home, convenient to
shopping and schools.  Full
basement, A/OJ1 heating, etc.
Some terms on $15,000.00. ,
Selma Park:
Two good waterfront properties
4-bcdroom bouse with hall, utilities and rumpus room,
~: - $12,000.00 tcrmo.-.
..bedroom  homo with largo
sleeping room witetairs. Glassed
sun-room, deck," patios,  boat
Box 238       Gibsons       886-2160
Re. ,  8802500, 1J86-2681, 886-235J3
room   home,   300  feet  from
beach, 1 acre, good view. Ph.
885-9765. , 8782-39
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
ONE ^ACISE, mostly ;cleared,
juever- ' bulldozed, permanent
creek^ and;' wellf. ten:. minutie
Walk 'to?beach on Mghway,
landscaped^ lawns, many" flowers and stiine walls,-3 .room,
house*'land other buildings, pow-
er, phone. Ph. 886-2569, evenings. 8800-tfn
On The Beach
2   Bedroom   home   with   safe
clean sea front, deep water an- -
choragej-auto: * heat- fireplace;
Ideal retirement home $10,000.
Looking for Seclusion?
Modern electric summer or retirement home. Situated on 120'
waterfront, and 600' deep. If
yo uaire looking"'for something
real nice, take a look at this
one.  $16,800.    -
Call Charlie King 885-2066
.$58 ■'" FORtT   Station    Wagon.
Good running, condition, $600
value.  Sell x>r, trade for boat
ai^* motorT phone 886^077.
1949    A-40    Austin,    excellent
transportation.   Ph.   885-9562.
\ 8798-38
I960  Envoy sedan,   good  running condition. $300. Ph. 885-
9988. 8807-38-40
1965-SCOTTY Sportsman toiler. As new. Sleeps th|ee.
Propane cooking, ice box, propane and electric lights. Ideal
for hunting or travelling. Gross
weight 975. Phone. 885-9565.
"C6KE". spirited animal.
Twice games winner and 3rd
Urne runner up. Reasonable.
Call Bill Peters, Madeira Park.
Phone  883-2430. 8764-38
with Jennie Reiter as co-hostess. Guests
were Mesdames Gladys Davis, Eleanor
Reece, Susan Taylor, Gladys Le Warne,
Florence Kirkham, Marion Hopkins, Marilyn Gregf?uin, Margaret Burley and Gail -
Sabo. Unable to attend but sending gifts
were Mrs. J. Garlick, Joan Mahlman and
Catherine Mason.
Miss Joanne Jorgenson has returned
from a holiday at Little Frontier Dude
Ranch, Chilliwack.
Ricky Wiebe of Abbotsford is visiting
hi? cousin, Joanne Jorgenson.
Darlyn Ferris is holidaying in Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick.Vernoh with Corey
an0 Shane down from Hudson Hope visiting with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Vince
Bracewell; Robin and Kim will accompany
their daughter and her family back to Hudson Hope for a holiday. <-^
John Karateew and Steve Price enjoying Vernbn district where they are Working at Coldstream Ranch.
Mr.  and Mrs. Roberts  Desrosiers  and
daughter Suzanne from Inglewood, California, were visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Berdahl. Mr. Desrosiers has
Mr. and Mrs. Wiljo Wiren, Edward Wiren and Michael Geier are holidaying at
their fishing camp on Jervis Island,
Mrs. A. W. Robertson was a recent visitor to Verncn, accompanying her on her
return visit was her mother Mrs. Ingram,
who is enjoying a holiday at Gibsons.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kullander from
Kamloops  visitirlg relatives  in  Gibsons.
Mrs. Clarence Sicotte has returned after
spending three weeks l}n England visiting
her mother. '   .-
<     Mr. and Mrs. E. Turenne and family of
Port. Mellon have returned from a trip to
Millie Germyn from Nanaimo, a former
\ r    \
K*f -m #^**tu,Ni*.«™4Ki^    t»w
* Eorls-Cove Subdivision .—...adjacent to Earls Cava
,   ferry terminal on tho Sunshine Coast Highway.
Mwielm  pork  Subdivision —. overlooking   Pender,
Harbour (and Gulf —  10%  down — easy terms
On balance. Discount for cash,
v.:,'v   , ■ ■..■•.
a   Ot ^LADPY — Madeira Park, B.C.
Phone 883-2233 or phono North, Vancouver
14'     SANdSTERCRAFT     boat
With windshield. 18 hp Evinrude  motor  and  trailer,  $550.
cash. Phone 885-9565. ,  9582-tfn
board  boat,. %  h.ii.   engine
$75. Phone 885-2105. 8767-38
THREE Inboard motor, 14-foot
boats for sale. Marion Hansen,   Whisky   Slough,   Pender
Harbour, phone 883-2348.
12' PLYWOOD boat. Top condi-
Hon. Oars and oarlocks, ■■$55.
Ph. 885-9654.     8778-39
13-FOOT   Clinker   Larson   In-
, board boa^ and trailer, $300.
Phone 885-9453., 4797-39
opes, statements, Invoices
and all commercial printing,
contact Uie Times,office at Sechelt or phono 885-9654,
17   FOOT  cedar  canoe, \ good
condition. Ph. 880-2204.
";,'' i"' . .'','  —i ;—"
12' Runabout
With«ncw,.2Q*h.p.^John. on,
controls,   etc.,   complete  $495,
-.'-...■■■■'■.■■.''■■•i5';:ciihkcr,';  ■- *: '■■■
With convertible top, Evinrude
Electric Power,  $1,475...
1965 91/2 h.p.
Evlnnide Demonstrator, 3 year
" guarantee,  $319. (after  25%
y    1959 10 h.p.
Evinrude, Wnrrnntccd, $150
1963 18 h.p.
Jobnuon, Warranted, $105
Evinrtulo, GuttranUiod, $305
1964 28 h.pr
Johnson,  Warrantocd,  $340
,!«np,-.,p«Mork 65 -Mercury,,wlUi
controlH, $H8
(OMC Servlcentro
Evlnrudo Rales &  Sorvico
Johnson tk...Evlnrudo. ViwU
Phono BR3-22fiO .
THREE-year-old   cow,- freshen-,
ing in   January.   Phone   886-
2592. 8781-39
GOOD-natured    trained   riding
'horse: "$70 or trade for "pony^^
or foal. Ph. 886-9909.       8787-39
10 ACRES land.  Water  available. Snodgrass Road, Selma
Park.  Phone 885-2205.     8774-38
ONE used coal  oil  refrigerator,   across   the  top freezer.
Excellent   condition,   $100.   Ph.
885-2859 or Box 516,  Sechelt.
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, G}bson rfisi(ienti is visitlng with BiUy and
$50;- Sabre saw, $10r Set of«'Dianne phi|Ups> Mrs. Germyn has recent-
5.25x16 tires,« 10;-Four drawer letter file, $25. Ph. 885:^956
^dr' write -Sox" 39, Sechelt:'
LARGE Coleman oil heater for
sale. Can be seen at Wakefield Inn. 8796-38-39
WHITE enamel coal and wood
range. Cash-$25.  Phone 885-
9365. 8788-38
USED Westinghouse fridge,
$50; Used Moffat 24" range,
$35. Both • excellent condition.
Richtens T.V. Itadio & .Appliances.   Ph.  885-9777. 8789-38
303 . British rifle, A-l condition,
remodejled     by     gunsmith,
peep   sight*    strap    and   box
shells.  Ph. 885-2014..' evenings.
Phone 886-2346, Gibsons
Next to Ken's Parking
Beer bottles. We buy and
-sell everything
'C .;' ',.":.kp' ' 999Mfn
Western parts of Canada." Perhads,-as a
Westerner confiding to Westerners, he
thought this classic complaint would delight the hornefoiks; but he should not *x-'
pect either the Prime Minister or the Leader of the Opposition to overlook it.
But Mr Davis' most challenging words
are constructive and forward-looking. He
believes, unlike his colleague Walter Gordon, that Canada can prosper in freedom
without sealing the border against American investment. For Mr. Davis, Canada
should escnew punitive xenophobia in fa-!
vor of vigorous, positive efforts to induce
Canadians to invest at home and to sell
at higher prices abroad. He agrees that
Canadian r«sources should be developed
to meet Canadian needs and not those ^under the slogan df "continentalism") of
the United States, But he holds that this
overriding national goal can be achieved
through incentives to Canadian initiative.
Incentives both economic and fiscal. A
national pow^r. grid and an Alberta-Montreal crude oil pipeline would help lay down
the economic infrastructure on which investment by Canadians could flourish,
while probably reducing significantly the
deficit in our balance of payments. And
more daring tax concessions would, Mr,
Davis hopes, draw dormant savings from
under Canadian mattresses into the risky
Let us hope that Mr. Davis will make a
stand when Liberals from all Canada, face
their great ideological showdown next.October. And let us hope that. Mr, Gordon
for a change, will be listening,
PHONE 885-9998
Next to Sechelt Theatre, prior to picking.
Germyn Jias
'ly' returned~, frort^Babihe.Lake -where she
was \vork}ng\,,y»ith...^she|^es;..Itesearch.
Visiting with Mr., and Mrs. Lionel Single-
hurst were Mrs. Singlehurst's cousins, Mr.
and  Mrs.  Tony  Fredricks  form  Chicago;
U.S.A.; also a cousin from Toronto whom
Mrs: Singlehurst had not seen since coming
to B.C. 43 years ago. They had all left
'*: Belfast, Ireland, about the same time. Delighted with the Sunshine Coast, the Fred-
rericks, who are shortly, to retire; are considering taking vui> .residence • in Gibsons.'
.Also joining in the happy reunion was Mrs.
Singlehurst's sjster, Mrs. C. C. Cole from
Powell River. .,        ■
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Peninsula Motor Prod.
■     SECHELT.  B.C.
Phone 885*21 .1 — Ted Farewell
What Happened To Baby Jane?
Find Out by Seeing  ,
Joan Crawford, Bette Davis,
Joseph Cotton
Fri., Sat., Mon,, August 26, 27 and 29
At The Sechelt Theatre
Out 10:15 p.m. The Theatre on the Waterlront
•      '   (Undenominational)
Sunday S^hooll 0:00 a.m.      \
'Church Service 11:15 a.m.
Selfjna Park Community Hall
Paipt n Fibreglass.- Rope
Canvas - Boot Hardware
Phono 886-9303 '
, 7857-tfn
 'i     i.iii.  inimii.._.i .in.. »
5 piece chrome fiulto ;».. >27,l).r)
.   plcco used Che. tor. lold, A-l
condition   .„„..;_..... .  $M),%
5 piece Plnotto Rulto .. pAM
U. cd Phllco FrldKO -.- $B»7«5
Used Kcnmoro Electric Dryer,
220 yoltfi . ....».i». ifOff.llS
Qulckfroczo Frld«o .— $40,05
U. cd Q.R, WnHhor -_,.„ jiio.ori
Clore Jewel Oil JlnnKo . $40.05
Only Yfii! con
SERVICE;;'!,y;:'   .,■;'■'.'•'■■/.     .'   ,    SECHELT
Sunday School —• 10:00 a.m.
'   " Church Sorvico — 11 ilS a.m.
'' ""Prayer^— Weflnwday 7130 p.m,
Youiar<} Ipvltcd to attend bny or each sorvico
St. John's United Church
WHaon Crook, B.C.
Sunday School-—9;<45 a.m,
,    Dlvlno Worship)—11:15 a.m. 1
Led by Miss H, E, Compboll > '
Except on 2nd Sunday each month
family Service—11:15 a.m.
.   Dlvlno Service-^;30 p.m,
Led by Rov, W. M. Cameron   .
'., Tho,
Anglican Church
Rector: Rev. R, Hurry Jenks,
•-"— Phonar885 .97W™Ti"'"'
I. .... J ,   ,
Sunday, August 28
..;,. ST. HILDA'S—SECHELT  .,.,
__ .Sa.rD-zriJ0'/Communion __
9:3<> "a m ^0o|5SSMi^L,.Z
, ,3 p.rn,—Eyensong
. ,   7;30 p.m.—Evensong ,
Eyory Wednesday 10 a,m, Holy Communion
, St. Hlldn'»
I '
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• This froo romlndor of cqrf\\ng events I.  a sorvico of SECHELT
AGEMCIES LTD. .Phono Sechelt Peninsula Time* direct, for  free	
listings, spcclfylnp "Datd.Pad", Please noto that spaco Is limited and
some advance dato9 may havo tp wait tholr (urn; also that this Is a
—''remlndor-'-llstlnp'onlyand connot«olwaysc(.rry-full J.i«tal|«.
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Aup, 24—8 p,m, Hospital CottOQO,' Socholt, Sunshlno Coast District'
Rccrc<i»lon Commission mooting/' *
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Aug, 26—7 p,m, Pethel Baptist Church, Secholt, Closing proflram of
Plblo School., Children will ontortaln. Evoryono wolcomo,
Aug. 26—3|30 p,m, Secho|f Loglop „(io|l, public reception ,j.on, p,
A, Gaglardi, Minister of Hlohways,     '       \'
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Aup, 27—9 p^, Roberta CroeK Legion Hall, Danco (Social);       . .1
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REALTY and INSURANCE — Phono 8BS-. 161
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,.'.. /.'.'.jVA*^'* i i r e, >/*'.' „t ,; v <{<•,*.» f / (, i ( I i * V Vii>  u  .     T    * *���- ��  ;1^0A^Siri^Jb4Jt  >v i  IM-  ^'_.__^"_    ___    ��   - i_?   ��!�����<.  "A'W.** ih**frl��ift f fyallihot t>a nf^ro^gfaitarfatb&\*iy'what VVtUeveio belrtghi"]  .y-'- ^   < ��� _    <��� '.    > II. V,v .     ^ 1 ,' -;\u" / r 2 ��� ,,' "Vri -, < -John Atkins  Egrnont Eye y  -    ^ > ���by John Dunlop  >ETE IS a, likeable, good natured and well  * mannered ycung fellow in his late twenties;, he is'also a wheelchair case1 in a  '   ,     '"'<   -'       WBSiL^Jj   '   At.J'1\*'"����    _Ba.-4.V-'   ������''"'       ������      j arms and hands. Tfen y��ars ago, wjien driv-  HUlgll  - i!lfcPl|V0* JfOlIfMS  > i  . i.'.'   J s       ing on a Lower Mainland highway one dark  __i_j_���._i__i__r ��.* ^i_/r^r^_^5^,__,___^__^,__^>L^^ ^     -night, Pete took a chance and1 cat across  CASTINQ a vote in1 the election 'of a re- *" vppebjtoihe evolves witl. !suchiasy>l?an- a double wiiite line .when rounding a-sharp  rPresentative,% whether.it ^be'- villdgSv da*h f i;'K   '"  >- ' -}     * ��� *'���. v*. ,' curve ��� a,chance that didn't pay, off. He  council, provincial government'or federal.        Many,- empires have , crumbled ��� fxqm  'Is "the duty ofltirpossessin^'the right to  , df alttitucle .such as tms and whfleTwe  4- ' t . _ -j. is  SepfemJber 7th . . . \<  p. i ��� r     ...       r  . -  *  Olympic Peninsula trip  slated for Sechelt OAPO  collided with an. approachihg car* a colli-  sioh that injured-othets^and made-Bete-a-  vote.' This duty, however,. seems'to be Mnight be1 an<affluent society at this time,    ^nVs -carieSSneSS and for the sake of sav-  helpless cripple-for life. All due to -a mo  ��� ~ - ment'-s 'carlessnc  loosing out to activities of. ^Jfar, lessees- - \ve coyld easily crumble,with the best of   jng a couple oi  ponsible nature., . .      ���   --  '"'1 theriC'TK&'moment we cease to fighf for       Jim's is'anot  U is quite surprising the numbers who, that wtychjs right, erosion,sef$.jn'afld we  cast a vote yet have no idea of what they' oe$n t0 deteriorate as a society,  are actually basing their decision upon. - ' 'The'future of all of'us1 depends upon  Even worse is the fact that increasing the kind of people we elect to public of-  numbers are staying away from the pol- fice. Apathy in this direction ineans.the  ling booths. "��� -    -    biggest dumbell in the world could walk  Whether this is apathy emanating from! ^to ��f ic�� P^Wing he stands for] the  the fact that our is an affluent f�����y '**$[ ^^ the greatest support m a  quite happy io let those who wish to vote    Partl9ular ������' Th,s ,s no exaggeration  Sechelt Peninsula Times Page 3  Wednesday,   August   24/ 1966  their condition today. Remember also that  the ability'fpr safe and,continuous,driving  of a car is i.~ much brighter future .outlook"  .than is a lifetime' of wheelchair operation.  Think it over and act accordingly.  EGMONT EYEDROPS ^ <  Mrs. Myrtle Dalton recently returned to  her island paradise (they have them in Hawaii sojvhy no_t_here) jifter_a_weekls_va-  cation in Vernon. Prior to her Vernon trip  .Myrtle had spent a couple of weeks in Sa-' K'Sevl^'^SS  cramento at the home of her daughter and        ���    . - !.   ...  ,,    ,     . ���  ��on4n-law, Jeanette and Bill Hoover. Tra-    ��� Members were advised that the bus for  -veiling to Sacramento bjrcaFif"5ompw -the-P.N.E.-trip-will-leave Sechelt at-8:30  AT I7AST Wednesday's meeting of the Sechelt O.A.P.O.  members  stood for  a  moment in silence in tribute to two members, Mr. Harold-Roberts and -Mr���George-  Nekon. whose death had occurred since-  and from some of the reports.we hear  and read of, there is good reason that  this' has actually taken place in some  ridings.  To represent us at any level of government, we desperately need the best possible people, both in intelligence  and  It could be that the voting public is   ethics. To do this, far greater interest is  compltcly disillusioned as a result of per-   required. The present situation is deplor-  petual election promises which are dis-    able -as was emphasized at the recent  carded -like old, boots the moment the    Socred* nomination and public ..meeting.  elect who they choose, is indeed difficult  to determine. Certainly it would appear to  be a popular explanation/but from the  constant criticisms levelled against commissioners, MLAs and MPs, extremely  doubtful.  polls close.  Whichever the reason, it is not sufficient cause to throw our administration  Thirty voters took the trouble to attend  while more than 200 played Bingo a few  miles away:  Action   Mot Bickering  SUGGESTION by Commissioner Ray  Clarke at last meeting of Sechelt  Village Council that a plan be prepared  for improvements to the waterfront was  a good one, for at the present time,  our so called "big asset" is a disgrace.  The entire Boulevard has been served by one garbage container placed at  the far end near the park site area.  Thc benches and picnic tables are all  placed in an entirely different location  despite-the fact ;a ,public,.water-supply  is also near the park site. Result being  that those using the rest of the beach  either take the trouble to walk up and  deposit their refuse and litter in the lone'.  container or deposit it on the beach.  iately cry, >4we can't afford it" this is  an attitude which will continue .to hold  the village back and certainly not an unfamiliar cry.  It is to be hoped the commissioner  has the fortitude to carry on with his  suggestion. He appeared to have the  support 4t the 'commissioners present,  it requires nothing more than decisive  action to carry it through.  '"All has obviously not been well  f. within .council ^recent ;monthseand�� it  wpud seem the time has arrived for a  little.harmony in order to get things  done. We have four commissioners who  should be making the decisions and it  is high time petty bickering, petty poli-  oeft's Corner  MORE DIES THAN FLESH  Each man's his own reality: the trees  1 see are .never quite;"the;trees you see;  the sky's not quite the sky and every stone  may hold for each, a different subtlety.  One ...container,.^ apathybe. discarded for a real-  it naturally soon overfills with the con-   istic concerted effort,  sequence the immediate area takes on  the appearance of a garbage dump.  The Boulevard which has been opqn  to traffic for some years, suddenly has  unsightly logs stuck out in it marking  off. a property line. One might well ap--  predate the property owner's attitude  but whether the action is legal or not  is questionable and one would have ex-  vpe^c<i^.ouncil. to at least obtain legal  3dyice.;fh!fead,;xc^^  ment by the chairman who said she felt  the owners were within their rights.  In all probabilities this is correct,  nevertheless, thc logical action is to  make sure. This protects both council  and property owners.  The waterfront along Boulevard even in its present Condition has attracted  a number of visitor^ many; with carrip^  ers who have stayed overnight and for  longer periods. Unfortunately there are  no toilet facilities with the��� .result an un-  "ilesirable sanitary situatioln arises.  Pictures of the not too distant past  reveal that our waterfront has indeed  deteriorated badly. Should a small sum  be allocated each year fpr the area,  working on a plan as suggested by Commissioner Clarke, a great deal could be  accomplished over a period of time to  renovate it. | (,  There arc those who will  immed-  The dawn to me it riot the dawn to you;  my mountain ridge is not your mountain  .ridge;  my stars are not your stars; thc town I  . ',._.see,,.���..,...,.; .,-.._,. ...'.���...,.  is not your town; my bridge is pot your  'bridge'.:".  seconds in time. '  , is another case of what can happen when too much liquor combine^, with  the recklessness oif~ youth is behind the  wheel. A country dance in a small Interior  town situated en a1 provincial highway. The  dance ended and 4wo cars, each filled with  young people, some of whom had been imbibing too freely, including the driver of  the automobile in which Jim was a passenger, started for home. A race ensued under the same circumstances that all too frequently occur when youngsters get behind  the wheel.. Whose car was the fastest?  Which ^driver would 'chicken out' first'  Step on the gas. Let's go. A winding highway decided the result when the loser failed to negotiate a curve. One passenger, a  .girl, was instantly killed, the driver injured, and Jim was flown to Vancouver the  following da:T, paralyzed and with severe  head injuries which ultimately contributed  to serious brain damage. Jim is but 21  years of age and faces the grim possibility- of spending the rest of his life in a  wheelchair.  These are not fictitious happenings. The  cases of Pete and Jim are among several  of like nature and of which this writer has  personal knowledge. Most of them become  reconciled to their lot, even cheerful m  many instances, but one and all have the  same thought ��� 'if only I had another  chance;' I have lived for awhile with some  Of these lads, several of whom,, have to be  lifted in and out of their beds and wheelchairs. Soihe can feed'themselves, others  cannot. Body functions and personal cleanliness, in many cases, requires the assistance of others. Modern surgery aiid medical science, occupational and physio therapy and well equipped rehabilitation centres are of inestimable value in the treatment of such victims but, despite today's  scientific advancement, many are doomed  to a lifetime of physical helplessness.  'It will rever happen to me' is the  thought in the minds of most of us. Pete  and Jim thought likewise ��� but it did. We  have examples of the aftermath of automobile accidents here on the Peninsula ^- we  are all vulnerable. With todayrs high powered cars and traffic congested highways  many accidents are unavoidable. On the  other hand, many are of our own making.  The latter we can do something about  Highway 101, particularly' the Wretch between Sechelt and Earl Cove with its many  sharp turns, rocky bluffs and steep" dropoffs, demands careful driving attention at  all times. We are all prone, on occasion,  to overlook this fact and, at.tiines, W^are  all 'guilty'of infractions of * the safe 'driving  code. Unfortunately there is another type  of driver on the highways. The driver who,  out of bravado and sheer recklessness, must  demonstrate his or her ability (and stupi-  with s-i-1 Bill arid his pal 'Bud'Pihera at  the'conclusion of! their. late . June fishing  safari in local waters, Myrtle left Egmont  at 3:30 p.m. on a Saturday and was in Sacramento tjy noon on the following day.  Fast gal, our Myrtle, and with her family  scattered all over the U.S.A. she does get  around.  Another person who gets around a great  deal in the course of his regular business is  Oscar Nukka, 'management and mining  consultant, who calls Egmont his home  base. Here, he and his wife Janet maintain  their year-round residence, though Oscar  is absent a great deal of the time. Western Mines,' Geld River, from the Yukon  to the U.S. border and beyond, wherever  there is mining there is a chance of finding Oscar He is presently employed in the  re-establishment of a mercury mine near  Cottage Grove, Oregon. Janet has spent the  past two months in trailer-living at the  mine, but is now back home and enjoying  the Egmont sea breeze again. Oscar is  spending a few days at home, then 'Back  to tbe salt-mines for you, chum.'  28th wedding anniversary on August 26  for Vi and Gene Bertzen. Congratulations  to a swell couple.  Would you believe 40 signs on our new  four mile Egmont road? Traffic and Warning signs, that is. Makes one wonder just  how we survived in byegone days.  a.m on August 25th. On Wednesday, August 31st, there will be" a picnic at Roberts  Creek Park. All cars should assemble at  the Sechelt bud depot at 10 aim. and those  requiring transportation should advise Mr.  Roily' Reid by August 30th. Tea v/ill be  supplied but members are asked to bring  a basket lunch and their own mugs.  For the 2-day Olympic Peninsula-trip,  the bus will, leave Sechelt at 7:30 a.m. on  September 7th. Members are reminded to  bring enough money in U.S. currency to  pay for their meals and any shopping they  wish to do. There will be an opportunity to  sbcp in Belliagham andjt will be possible  to bring back up to $25 worth of goods  duty free. >  Guest speaker at the meeting was Mr.  Wm. Haley who, in~ addition to being 1st  vice-president of the provincial executive,''  is president of-the Gibsons branch, president of the North Regional Council, chair-  -man-of-the-Joint Council - of���the-O.A.P.0.' -  and Senior Citizens and steward of the Se- '  chelt Branch. He urged members to carry  their membership,cards with them where-  -ever���they-go. -��� ��� '���  On completion of business, tea was gexv^  ed by the ladies ',of the social committee  under chairman Mrs. I. Biggs, followed  by community singing to music supplied  by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baker and Mr. R.  Eeid. The raffle was won by Mr. L. F.  Perkins.  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885-2111 ��� Ted Farewell  TEHT and TRAILER SPACE AVAILABLE  FOR OVERNIGHT OR PERMANENT HOOK-UP  Modern washroom facilities with hot and cold water  showers.  ��� !IJil>MIMr��,rM  I tried one of those waist-slimming exercises where you bend over and grab your  feet. ,In one week, I went from a size 9  to a size 15% shoe. .'���     .  Wait till you have a couple of eighth  and ninth graders. Then you'll find out  about the junior high -cost of living.  Wilson Creek 885-9513  FULLY MODERN HOUSEKEEPING UNITS  ���Mr  Close to sandy beach  . parklike setting  Would You Get Such Values?  YOUR PENINSULA CENTRE  FOR FURNITURE, APPLIANCES  Soles and Service  RICHTERS'S T.V. & RADIO LTD.  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He, is also the  type who invariably ignores all regulatory  highway sights and the rights of others ���  except whon in the vicinity of highway patrols at which stage he immediately becomes a model driver. "'  Peninsula rtunfibing Ltd.  Gibsons, B.C.  as there arc eyes  night ��� each crca-  and no two see the  Phone 886-9533  SEATING & SUPPLIES  FREE ESTIMATES  YOUR KEMTONE  SHEmIN WlLUAMS PAINT DEALER  For A Fine Meal  Dine at the EAGLE LODGE DINING ROOM  Dining Lounge overlooking the mouth  of Pender Harbour  Char. Broiler fpr delicious steaks  Reservations - transportation may be arranged  CALL 883-2282  THE   EAGLE   LODGE  Ga^en Bay, B.C.  More dies  hearse  bears back  than  flesh:   the  rider In  the  to dust a world; a universe.  l^mnnnimniMMi>im��iM  mm m w**%**mm0*m*M0*f*m0*mn9*m0*mm*mm .  GET YOUR  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C's Sunshine Coast  ..   by  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381-Sechelt, B.C.  Douglas G, Wheeler, Editor  S,B, Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (In advance)  Year,, $5 - 2  Years,  $9  ���  3 Yeurs,  U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  $13  Vote for Isabel Dawxonf  Serving the wen from Port Mellon to Egmoni  (Howe .sound to Jervis Inlet)  Courtesy when behind the steering  wheel and consideration of the other driver, if practiced to a greater extent by all  of us, would considerably reduce lhe accident rate on our highways. Glvo it a thought  next time you are tempted to take an Unnecessary chance ��� courtesy costs nothing. Is the few minutes saved by excessive spped and selfish and dangerous driving worth ll? Remember Pete and Jim, and  Sechelt Beauty Salon  Mr. Omer Lepitre  Now In The The Richter Block  Cutting and Styling Tum. to Sal. 9-5  Phone 885-9525  &L  fl  <22JV  Ttili tdwtlumti. it not publlitiwl or dliplwd by tho m��or OpftUol Bond or. y tht OovoirtrMnl��(British Colunibli,  I itsa^k^��\M��iwWJ?Mt*^i��w*lr��ii��!(*e!  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W--i!>S*fti*ssH!�� *WSr-M  WW*4>J  '��.  *l_^*!UHi*p*��^W���il'^^��!K*WW-^^l^��+l��*^ "���"  ���!,*  ���f r-.f -t> ��)��"*<  i ".("^({lA^f*! ,< n ">,{-< ��.���;* r)Ti T,.*Wv\i!M^,,i:,: . \'r  fi  11  Page 4 Sechelt Peninsula Times  Wednesday,   August   24,   1966  Reader's Right  1 ���n������  ���i   .,.___��� i ��� i ���_���������������..������    _������������      -.������_������ ���__._ ���   ������.��-..-!-.,    ,    in.     -������.���    ���    n  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature ana  address, although a pen-name may be used jot  publication.  Express concern  Editor���The^TimesT  Sir���This week's edition of 'The Sechelt  Peninsula Times" presents three letters,  jwritten by Jhosc concerned over thel.inat-  ter of easy purchase and control of fire-  arms, as well as your second editorial, and  I take this opportunity of suppoi-ting the  views expressed. _ :  There must be concern in the minds of  many people over the wide-spread mis-use  of firearms, both in British Columl��ia and  elsewhere.  It would appear that, the laws governing the movement and use of one* class of  firearms does not necessarily control the  movement and' use of another class, yet  all are labelled 'firearms,' which would  indicate that the mis-use of one class is as  lethal as the mis-use of another class. I)o  we not detect something of 'the goose and  the gander' here?  Yet in the placing of restrictions on the  use of firearms does not necessarily provide an answer. To purchase firearms one  must be of a given-age, but this does not  mean that this given age controls the use  of firearm.-.. This is only too evident.       /  To drive an automobile wthout diie cijre  and attention demands strict counter-measures, and to drive a vehicle without proper certification also calls for strict measures. Such licence to drive a vehicle can  only be obtained by. examination, how is  it then, we may ask, that the;standardfof  efficiency demanded in all users of vehicles,  which can be labelled as lethal weapons,1  is found wanting in relation ttd the iesers  of 'lethal weapons.'   ' l 1      '       ' ��� -  Behind the wheel of a; car lends itself  in a number .oi ways to the same Conditions as being behind "the- 'sale-ehi^ of a  gun, therefore, we should support*fwhat-  ever more is made to prevent af^pnthm-  ance of this oreserit situation.      ������. A^A.'---  J. HENRY KEfcLY  Help appreciated  Editor, The Times:  Sir���I would like to thank all the mothers and anyone else who has helped our  Roberts Creek Scouts and Cubs to have  a  successful year.  I would especially like to thank the four  girl guides who helped serve at our Father-Son Banquet; and also the council members .without whom there would, be no. scouting " organization here.  We are desperately in need of more  leaders and assistant leaders for next" fall.  Anyone interested and wanting more information is asked to phone eithe|' Miss  Harrold at 886-9371 or myself at $86-2957.  I wish, to congratulate ;Miv and-Mrs.  Peter Sluis, who "have moved, to-Gibsons,  for the wonderful year thfey1 "have given  the cubs aiid thank'them for all their "efforts as. I know they ,have both given a  great deal of their'time',and energy to  these boys. ' '"' v       ���.    \ ', , -  Here's hoping-to see you all at atfn. efc''  ing we plan to call in September.."j","'.���*  (Mrs.),.Ix)rna; Piper,,.      .,  ,/      V  President - Ladies Auxiliary to     *  Roberts Creek Cubs and Scouts  Recent wedding  LOCAL men,  Dean Thomas Plpbil-   at St. John the Evangelist Church,  Hard with his bride Linda, picttir-   Vancouver,  ed shortly after their wedding held  Vancouver wedding . . .  Robilliard - Marshall  double ring ceremony  PRETTY double wedding was held recent- T  ly in North Vancouver, when Susan Marshall and Linda Doreen Marshall, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall of  North- Vancouver were married by Reverend John Wolferstan and Reverend Robert  Noyes at St. Jchn the.Evangelist Church.,. _  Susan was married to Keith George *���'  Walker, second son of Mr. and Mrs. G.  Walker of North Vancouver and Linda- the  youngest daughter, was married to Dean  Thomas Robilliard, only son of Mr. and  Mrs. Thorn? s G. Robilliard of Sechelt.  Both marriages were double ring ceremonies and the- brides  were given away  by their father. They were gowned alike  in pure si"t faille trimmed with alencon  lace motifs styled in empire line -with scoop-  -.ed- 'neckline*-,-,   intermission   sleeyes��i and ���-  shirts.enhanced with full trains flowing from,..,  the back .'of-the waist.''''1%eir'pf'tiieiidtdeces   ;  were   illusion   tulle   shoulder-length   veils  held by pearls and brilliant crowns, and  they carried cascade bo��^uets" of deep pink'.'  roses and white carnations.  Matron of honor-for Linda, was Mrs.  Allen Smith, bridesmaid Miss Jo Robilliard  and flowergirl Melinda Dempster. The wedding parties were gowned alike in three  shades..of pink.empireL.^ne^.. .i^yetess^WTM^;.  featuring bows and long ties ih the front.  All attendants carried white carnations and  pink roses.  Best man for Dean, was Thomas Mc-  Court.  Fashion News  ... by Nancy Gaylord  ,ARE YOU kooky enough for a Kabuki?  ���y Inspired by the costumes worn in modern Japanese drama, the Kabviki is perfect for steamy temperatures. Loosely  shaped, with widened kimona-style sleeves,  in gigantic art-nouveau prints. The fewer  seams, the better. Very, very comfortable  __. . 7 antTsuch a melange of faults "can lurk-  .. beneath.  >  Try the Kabuki in silk jersey for pure  . luxury. To make it easy to" sew, stitch over  "Tissue paper. Keeps~~it from slipping;"-just_  tear off afterwards. Or, try the Kabuki in  a new tissue batiste for coolness plus.  For sheer delight, try voile. What is it?  It's a fine delicate-looking cotton made  from long, strong fibres grown in Egypt or  the South Sea Islands. Light as air, it  sheds wrinkles; requires only a Ibrush of  , the iron. Cool to wear because it's .porous  ''and   "breathes."   Choose   a   dainty   baby  print for a soft, fragile look reminiscent  of Victorian feminity.  i   With the sheer and semi-sheer delicate  ^fabricsvwith us this season, try a narrow  French' binding around neckline and arm-  holes instead of facings. Cut a true bias  strip 6 times the finished width desired.  Fold in half lengthwise with right sides  out. Stitch raw edges of bias to right side  of garment making the seam M$ the width  of the folded bias. Turn folded edge over  seam and hand hem in place.  Are, you the ^experimenting type?  Try  ���this": one.:-"' JNote tfie styles you particularly  " like  in  your  favorite  fashion  magazine.  Now, ask your "Mr. Special" to do like-  .wise.  Shocked   at  the  different   choices?  Maybe a lesson is to be learned here?  Fashion leaders watch'for:  * Halter necklines with high bib fronts  * Square armholes  * The seven-eights length coat  * Transparent plastic shoes  Do yoiir feet hurt? Perhaps this news  will help you in choosing a shoe that riealiy ���  fits. A new system of fitting shoes will  be introduced in Canada this fall. -The system will measure the girth (distance a-  round the ball of tiie foot). It will apply  ���first to men's shoes and later to children's and women's shoes.  The newest gloves are a lovely way tq  show off pretty hands ... all but-oiit and  baring in short, short lengths that barely  cover the. wrist bone. Some are in contrasting colors of black or navy and white;  others are all one color in such delectable  ���' tints as 'buttery milk, bone and pistachio.  The cut-outs range from circles, to dia-  . monds to art-nouveau fantasies. Perfect  compliments to. the architectural shapes of  Summer . ... cool too!  iwvwiyi^fyiiMyvww  Gibsons  ^ESSO OILBJRNACES  No Down Payment - Bank, Interest - Ten Years To Pay  I  Complete Line of Appliances  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  . _. ������ i '  Gibsons, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING  YOUR APPLIANCE CENTRE  ENTERPRISE  RANGES  L-P GAS and  ELECTRIC  A complete line of Plumbing  Fixtures. ALSO Kepntone-Sherwin  Williams Paint Dealer.  PLUMBING  LTD. Phone 886-9533  The Welsh village of Nantymoel hasn't  gotten around to erecting a statue of its  A favorite son, Lynn Davies, winner of the  :-Olympic broad jump, but it has done the  Peter West and John Yates were>#��ext best .thing. Painted on Nantymoel's  his ushers. .-fftmaih street  are two  white  lines  placed  . The double ceremony went as follows:*||exactly 26 feet 5Vfe inches, apart ��� the  choir entrance singing "The Voice thatSppan d^Iiavies' winning jump. All the vil-  Breathed O'er Eden" followed by Susan's-^^8^ children ��� arid even some grown-  bridal parly, and she was escorted on her f^ups ��� are having a go at the record, and  lathers arm. Linda.^ Doreen followed, es-;<|jteaping figures have become commonplace,  corted on the armjjf her brother,David..^ y,'  ^Vhe'tt the ftndal paHres?were in plafc^ solcn'^ tA'  ���*���*���kJ" Vi'.'.v. .���;.:������. .��� '.-Jt  WILL SOON' BE THE RULE  Get All Your School Supplies  r Here And Save - We Have  Many Specials -  , i  091  FREE with each  Order  TOTE BAGS  and other Gifts.  Fresh Stock ...  GIRLS' and  BOYS'- BOOKS  z  Have You Seen The  "HANOI PUMP"?  New Souvenirs In Stock  .^<^_fcpi*tS��iiM��>at-.**��i<  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  FOR A COMPLETE LINE OF  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  Sechelt 885-9343  ist  Tpm^ sMclatighlin  Prayer." ' ���'._���'"'  Signing o. the register was carried out  while the soloist sang "The Wedding Prayer." The choir then recessed singing "Love  Divine,", forming a guard of honor for the  bridal parties departure from the church.  Following the double .'wedding a reception  for. 250. guests was held at Canyon Gardens.  Linda's travelling outfit was a, navy blue  silk crepetrimmed in'navy arid white with  white accessories. Linda and Dean are now  residing, at West Sechelt.  Out of town guests at the double wed-  , ding came from Edmonton, Kamloops, Port  McNeil, Comox, Powell River, Egmont, Sechelt. and Courtenay.  New Democrats avoid  disputes intervention  TONY GARGRAVE, New Democratic Candidate'for Mackenzie, this week verl ally rapped the knuckles of his party's leader. II9 reminded his legislative colleagues,  Pave Stupich and Bob Strachan, that the  Nov/ Democrats had a policy of non-intervention in union jurisdictional disputes.  Gargrave told the News that he had  been dragged through three grinding juris,  dlctlonal disputes in thc past, namely:  The I, W.A. 1051) revolt; the mine mill-steel*  worker argument; and thc current Canadian versus International Pulp and pulphito  problem,  "At no time did the NDP endorse ono  side or the other In those disputes," said  Gargrave,  "It Is all very well for local cnndidales  lo solve local problems by endorsing one  side of 1 tho other, but It docs'nptf^clp the  party/' Gnrgrnyo h.Id. '  "In my old'riding of Mackenzie! 1 h.d  hothpulp nnd sulphite groups, the Inter-  "national-and-the-rcbclsf-nnd-nellher^fildo'  wanted mo to nttack or support the othpr,"  Gargrave .old,  "The NDP policy of non-intervention was  established ti. tho onrly 1050*8, long before  the present pulp nnd julphlto problem n-  rose . md NDP cnndldntos throughout B.C.  should adhere to this policy,"  Gnrgrayo  Haiti, ...       .     ....���...'.  - , MFronkly, I am upset that this lm.ue  ban |>con Interjected Into the provlnclnl  election campaign," ho //aid,  "Tho only pcopU) who can benefit from,  the situation is the ��ntl-unlon Soclnl Cro-  dll government nt Vlctopln/' ,  "I am sure that Mr, Bennett thinks that  this Is tho funniest thing thnt hns hnppon-  ed to him on tho my to tho pnrllnmont  buildings for qullo some time," G��rgrnyo  -��nld��  sang   "The   Lord's  fS Clerk to woman customer: > "To show  ".'"[.[ .���"''    ium sure we are of this perfume, you can  *buy it now. and let him pay later."  GET* YOUR  I,'.-.-  Vote for Isabel Dawson!  GOLF AND  SUNSHINE  Inviite You To Take Part  In Our Pitch and Put  at the  MAINPORT GOLF COURSE  GIBSONS  Sunday, August 28  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  .'i ".."'��� '   ,'    v.   ���      -    ���     ' '     " . , ���  ���4^-.i--<.4...^:x..y>y   -si  -r   :.   ���<;    .- .4....ti -.^    ..  PRUZES-PRIZES-PRIZES  ���. - BRING YOUR LUNCH  COFFEE FOR SALE  4 BALL-BEST BALL  Provide your own balls.     ......  Clubs dvoiloblebutif you haye your   ,  own, use No. 6-7-8-9" and Putter  CLUB  ...jtokltijwm WtJ>Vi i* 'i>fn  ���f<   s-A-      'itairj^i't    f  Entrance $1.00  poyoble at firit tee  These rugged, comfortable and  well equipped "Security"  Campers and Trailers will be  on view in our Showrooms   , Jn��� September. ���_.___.  Your Emjulrles Welcomed  More and more vacationers are enjoying carefree holidays  m their" own Camper or Trailer . . .  WHY NOT Y6b/> ��� ��� Better Still! Buy it here , ��� .  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS LTD. (Sechelt)  Phono 885-2111  wta^tw&.i(*wiiB(fiw*W'j<Vfl��.  ft    * ,< nn  .wr." ,. ���-  i.V.   i    .  ; I'Ai .;","���  ^    i$   4\j.   4- . 1      A      L   *  rf'ti''"'".'1!'  '- jfefflt-j i. $]> *������ '** ,r  AT THE SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE - 886-2624  HEADQUARTERS FOR SHOES by Savage  ���man  f '  .A-  MHtoi*- )s-WMm��W, ���V     .. ~.   ���V���w ���*/    ^-  v.  helf PertinSUld Tirana  ,  Wednesday,  August  24.  1966  . v.  ^1J ,*  *  ����� ".  1-, ,*'     *  ��, \ 9  1�� *  i*.  ^5?. iyj. y    *  ,<��� . rf. ^  /a    increase in Health & Welfare  fw �� expenditures in next Zyears.  --  4*       ���.   .v.T^J  |^7i   /iticteasein hospital-beds; - ', ;< :.*, , ;^*; .>;/..  hfflr- providedJrifftextTyfca .s^ .;<���'-y-y^AAy^%t~'~- ��. ���-'  - -. increase in public school enrolment  - provided for in next 7 years^l. A ?  -v v��_/  J 'St    Increase i^ocat^itel school ertrlfl^t-v^ 'V> "      ;,^ il^%   lnw^lji.H^eowner's GNntA *; '4  u  \  ft  Incroaso ip avorago.we^kly wages pnd Salaries in >v  next 7 years - already, the Hlghost In Ciinada.,    , '  I W;r��  iticroa^p in "electric* power  i     %\  Jja ih  *h    * . 1 ��_    ii_M��lat,     I     �� . >s , 1 V^lKll ) l�� 1  years - already, the hlghost In Canada..    ', '      :,   f O'/O^ 'provided for in nont /years,  "<    i    y ,-���;:'  Look at the evidence of progressive government In this National average ... at the rush of new-capital to Invest  Province, Look at the spectacular heights reached by our        In our great future. On September 12th, be sure. Vote for  <"     i   i     i .  economy . . . at pur population growing at double the        your Social Credit candidate.  i i  ���L .'' Increase In .camping units - ,  #0' provided for innext 7 years..  \     \  I     .-  1   I  .   ��  #Vf ' .7    i  i i  i \  -.1.  .I.  ��'   i  'V  '���I   '     ( . \>   ,*  1  <V     I,' '     ��Tv     I-  y\ a.,,  '        r>      'l  </  ^ ^   ���) Fn _.  J miMn������^_-y^w  1  !���!  t*  t-  OAJI  *      V  ii/eInsurance isgoodfpryov  insornanyw^ys (   ,   :  *   -"r   -\>' - ��� Jm ; !  ��� guaranteed security T  - '  �� ".   -    "it  ���   '   f J    -  ��� lifetime incqjne, at retirement  ��� excellent s^virig values  ~  ��� mortgage protection  r       "' ��' ^ .'.'        *  ' ��� funds for ;etfiergencies  V     ��*������������!'K,.   V  -Robert-E. Lee  '.)  'THE  'I   ���  Proof positive  MRS.   CELIA   Stroshein , of   Wilson  Creek once again took the grand  aggregate  prize  at  the  Pall  Fair,  proving  that without a doubt,   she  Great-West Life  ASSURANCE   COMPANY  your key to guaranteed financial security  Bryan "E. Burjclnshaw  For further information write to  Box 500 - GIBSONS, B.C.  housewife on the Sunshine Coast.  Centennial theme  KJ^^SS. ^^J^f^ufJf^^SlSf116*1   HARD-WORKING  executive  of the tumes   to welcome   visitors to   the.   P. G. Harding, Mrs. L. G. Fretter,  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair Commit- Fair. Gentlemen are: Mr. Len Wray;    Mrs. Marie Clarke and Mrs. Gerry  tee, after speiidihg long hOiifS tag- Mr:  F.  J.  Wyngaert,  Mr.  Clifford   Clarke; -....;..:.,,.,-^,..,  ging and arranging exhibits, quickly Clarke, Mr. Alf Clarke, Mr. Jim King,  changed into Centennial theme cos- and Mr. Gordon Clarke; Ladies, Mrs.  Does Your Club or Group report its i  Activities Regularly tp The Times?  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleanina - 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  SeovfSp-^-'Logs*;,-��,,,^.p���..*.,=^p  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Phone 885-9666  WILL SPEAK AT  n  ���;-5  1  1  ���i  Legion Hall, 8 p.m.  Thursday, August 25  Horticultural Section  THIS SCENE of the horticultural ex-   science products; home baking and  hibits at the Fall Fair, proves that   preserves  being  exceptionally  well        the Sunshine COast is still a garden-   represented. Exhibits were decora-  ' Bo* 172    Sechelt    er's paradise. An equal number of   tively  arranged,   completely  filling  - pox i/A - jgcijen    tebles   were   ^^   ^^   drimestic   the Gibsons Elementary School Halt  HARTLES MASONRY  Fireplaces - Planters - Blockwork  Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates  Phone 886-2586    "  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMERIST  .  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday and Saturday  886-2166     .  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park/ B.C.  Your OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching fyamp  Phone 883-2266  ���. 1_   CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK - BACK HOE  DITCHING - EXCAVATING CONTRACTING  GRAVEL. - TOP SOIL AND FILL  Lot us solve your problems  ED FIEDLER - GIBSONS  Phone 886-7764  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING LOWER LIMBS  FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Marvcn Volen 886-9946  Diaby Porter 886-9675  1 i i i  ��� ������������ ��� ������ ���   ���              - ��� -.,---. _ 1  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Secholt 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E, J, Caldwell, Prop, - Box 97, Socholt, B.C.   ��� - Phono 885-2062   SIM ELECTRIC LTD,  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  ROBERTS CREEK  HALFMOON BAY  MADEIRA PARK.- .SBSMS*pm  Welcome Beach Hall, 8 p.m.  Friday, August 26  m Legion Hall, 8 p.m.  "Wednesday, August 3ft  iff lint    Legion Hail, 7:30 p.m.  JCinCLI" Thursday, September ft  THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND THESE "MEETINGS  GARGRAVE  NEW. DEMOCRATIC PAOTT  ff Parade magic  ANXIOUSLY,awaiting the judges' de-   tion and some old clothes and these  cision, youngsters line up for the   little characters seem to have walk-  Fall Fair Parade. A little imagina-   ed straight out oi a story book.  1966 event . . .  Full Fair hull  with almost 1  success  1 entries.  Sorry to disturb you, sir.  It's about your next heating system.  Maybe it should bp electric.  Sure, it's the heating fuel of tomorrow.  But do you know how many B.C. families  are enjoying electric heat today?  '   Over ten thousand.  With more joining them every day.  Shouldn't you find out why?  Call us and ask questions.  Especially about costs.  You may be in for a small surprise,  h}i>' ,).'���   '    ���  [trtj.. >.>.������.:><  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Sechelt, R.R, 1 Davli Day R^ad  Phono 885-2050  GIBSONS SEPTIC TANK  PUMPING SERVICE  Phono 886-2848 or 886-2404  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charier Trips - Scenic Tours  Phono 885-2828   or Radio Mar Deo   "*  GEORGE WAGMAN  Back Hoft and Front End  Loader Work  , Excavating -��� Pitching  Custom Tractor Work  805-2047 ��� Socholt, B.C.  ���. .....fJODS ROAD lAl.port_.l.oad) ,., t  AS THIS year's Sunshine Coast Fall Fair natcd by Mrs. G. Frottcr.  drew; to ado. o on Saturday ���night, a tired MEN'S AGGRAGATES  but still enthusiastic committee were nl-        Gift certificates went to Mr, Atf Clarke  ready busy making plans as ,to how tho ��� (i,0mc cooking); Mr. Alf Fletcher (needle-  annual-cvcnt"TouId-bc*lmprovcd"ncxt*year,��'work)rMrr,1fuBh-Ada��mr(coppcrrtooll^  Secretary Treasurer, Mrs, 0, i\ Clarke, M(.    'ArrPArATBc  reported that almost 1,000 entries were re mo������ *uv,*.p,ryA -,.���.���������������  ���,,   ,  ceived  and  ticket sales  showed  that 717 ., l$oiT'nVH> {\1 Rlfl, c.��i.lfl,cni?^ MrH'  pesons vlslivd tho fair which opened on ����� \V. I'yes; PouUry, Mr. 1^ J. V/yn. aerl;  Friday evening, this figure did not Include Restock  Mr. ChrU; Wray, each Received  children wk'r 10 years who were admit- 2 year subscriptions to Country Ufo Mafia-  ted free of charge zlno' 2nd plRco aggregate fpr cut1 flowers,  For the second'successive year, fMrs, (I>Avld Iluntor qnrclcn Shop $0 certificate  Printed forms  will save you money,  believe ut!  Thoso days,  tho time lost  in trying to  "moko do" with  i  old-fashioned methods  Is fantastic. Printed  forms, with Times'  color-codo Ideas, will  speed all your  offico work. ���  You tell us what  SHiSW !*fl*ttW*3Slflia'  Malkln's liAinpcr for homo cooking and HIDPEN PRIZES  Eaton's Mall Order certificate for needle-       ,'Ncw fouluro Introduced at tho fair .this  work.        --i-   -'-- year was (he nwnrdlng of prizes for hid-  Mrs. Q, F, Kerbis of Langdale wns a- den entry nunbors) 45 oz, syrup wont to:  warded tho Jloyal Unnk of Cannda's SI|vp4- Kny   Wntnrhou.o,   Joan  Wyngn��n,   Colin  Hose Bowl lor aggregate, cut flowers and Stroshclnv.Ben Chamberlin, Kay Wooda and  ���-the -JJank -of ��� Montreal's ofJilver-Cake- Plato ���-01lve���IJli!>mf.rt:n;-��iickcrnel(i'fl"-fJour~prl��  for aggregate vegetables.        . ' '/.os! J. Dosor; Peter Kerbis, W, A. Clarke,  Mrs, PhyJHsHylton won Kldred's Fior- (J, A. Hope, Mary Strom, Gary Sphindc)  1st trophy for aggregate in flower decora- and  Helen  iWburn,   Lalers  Chemicals!  tion and  Mrs. Jean Wyngaert,  the Shop Cella Stroshein, Melody Henry, I.lien Mar-  ....Kn.yjiwnrri for.aggregate In fruit. ,     , .ha|l,'j(ay.,V![LM'��!.^iu.l*9Mr. jyi.j\f. Alrlll.  JUNIOR AGGRAGATES <'< FrKe(Rls",'JuanliifChftmlTorifi) and laii  Gift certillcates of $\ donated by Port MlKUWlC .  Mellon, vyenf to Junnltn Chamberlin (flow- MISC. PRIZES  ��rs)  and  Pamela  Wagman  (vegetables),        Ogllvle,.~* fj lUmim Flour, cash prizes  Gary Schlndei received McCormlek's Ham- were awarded Nancy Douglas and (ilorla  :por for hom-j cooking. Gift certificates of Fylet. for imi bread entries: Cella Strosh-  $5, donated by Miss Kast, were awarded cirirnnd' Kmlly Stroshein,'best layer cake-  Ellen McKenzie (needlework) nd Junnltn Ellcon McKenzie /And (3, Jloser, |>t��nl pie  Chamberlin (Juniors), Eileen McKenzie ��!>        Plush toy. we'le won by: Ciiuiy Crosby  ��i won two a.gregntos in handicrafts, Hud- Yvbnne Duncan and Iliirry Omiiory. Door  eon Way Whoiesalo mugs and $5 cosh do- _m pnoo j i.' i *  .<W&  C^A'Ji   "C   '"   ���'   7 *e&e. M ,;^ Bo^^^  'oBCuBLt bOCLCLLS     3*&*'*�����;*&���� �����*m****;KV**4ta^*?ua��wi-'.*4; ims ir  *r.^* ^������'������^���m*   ..*^w>�������****# Spanglejr. He was with Bis uncle when hp ������ ^ <**  9elf, he'b.s  a good importing business.  <��� Sergeant B. Moore and family of Van-    And being fa a hurry he'did not'see-many  couver are the 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.    old friends, but will come again now that _  DeFifeise,1      - '*'',',_    ' travel,!* ty pleasant on the ferries.,,      '.;  ���Mfcfsiw       rrtiaat ����y^   SaaJ     _.____.:!_________.-    __t___     ___._._��    > _    j*_ _.   <*��_������   -** ,_.���____   J\  Mr. and Mrsr A.,U���Parsons have hid, ,u. display from the Jtemstreete of Sechelt?  as house guests, Mrs. Alice Farley of New plastic JeVefleTy, it was really, very, good;  ,   -   \ Westminster,  a  sister-*of Mrs.  Parsons, and people'wen* admiring it    ,    '    '4  -  *       'They also spent a'weeHJn Vancouver vis- '���������!���' .>��� ���     '������ ������   ���.   - .> ,~+jl  Vote, for Isabel Dawsonj  .        ;��  {,.  Uf  I  MORE ABOUT . . .  Official guests  SUNSHINE Coast Fall Fair fn _1806, Gaiiy.SchindeL, Mis. D��� Crowhurst,,   ��"Kp "fri-Li; mwnolnl * ~>  was. offifcially opened when Centeri-^ Ch&tman of .Gibsons Latfdingt; Vil^ :* ^^\K^laVf^^m%'1^:  mal Queen; Mrs. Daisy Crowhurst; * lage' Comniissfon, Westtodg&r��arid    '     ��� '   ' '< ���"   ' ^ > -from. pafle.*  graciously perf"���J Jt- -!i-,-!' x    ���"--   "-*-*----'-    " '�����-^-^-   *-->  tirig ceremony,  ceremony^  iting friends,' .J -   ^ <-    '     "   -  The annual picnic of the Sunshine Re*  bekah Lodge was held as usual at the  beautiful gardens of Mr. and Mrs.^Roly  Reid and. as usual the gracious hospitality  was much enjoyed. Present were Mf. and '  Mrs. Mel U&her of Gibsons. Sechelt guests  were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner;'Mr. and  Mrs. T. Ivan Smith, and Jimmy;" tit&.C. .  Anger, Mr/add 'Mrs.1 Roly Reid, Mr. and  Mrs. Arch Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. W.  George,'Mr.,and Mrs. W. L/Parsons,*Mrs.  Alice Farley._ Ufa*.'A." A. French/Mrs. 01-  iye Porte, Mrs". Frank Walker; and Mrs,  ,, CORPORATION OF THt VILLAGE OF GIBSONS LANDING r "  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  1. Sprinkling Restrictions as defined field* Are ftffeffeet front August13rd utitil ,.''  furthernotice, y' y ".����,-' ,l   > "  (a), D.L/685 (areo-south of;Winn RooSf Mon.;^��|./Fri. 7"p.m. tot8:30 pMis ;  even numbers���8:30 p.m.?to 10 p.m. odd ntjrtibgjrs^ -^ ,i ,      <���'        "���  /b) D.L. 686 "(area north of Winn Roa<J}-Tues^ ^HiUre., Sot. 7-p.m." to 8:30 p.trt.  /even numbers~-8:30 p.m. to>tO,p.m. odd rw.n��lifers.y ~&f<\,   , * "'<**,  ' >   r2.' Individual permits will not,be issued. s   .-  *jr - tf ^ t -     ' -      l' i  3. Users are requested<to co-operofe and w. served water and so prevent a complete restriction on sprinkling.      <'    ,'    y*r, * ?,.y^\' -.-,     *  '*'...  '     ,'    "\,wC-'     -*1        '-*   tC'P, GObDlNG, Municipal.Clerk  v J-  winner^df $3<H�� worth of 'merchstadlse; Mr. Bruce, David and Diane. (Mrs. ^Morris is  WHjo*,Wiren won:$100 cash? and .Jean-Jor- the former Phyliss Clayton); and Mr. and  gensen, $50vCash.^. '    * -  �� ,.    >    ". Mrs. John Clayton of Woodfibre with child-  Winning ticket- No."26187 ,Was���_till;un- ren, Steven, Gordon and Raymond,  claimed on Saturday night. '       '...,-. Visiting Sechelt after many y^a'rs ab-  Say You Saw Jtln \Tti$ Times'  children's parade;/    '   ;A* A Ail  i > ,Mr. Jim King was parade'marshaltf^  the ever popular cWIdren's^parade,J.eldyin  Saturday* afternoon.   Awarded' prizes 'fof  fdncy dress: Judy and Peter Fletcher,, Denise Strom, Gail Azyan," Joyce and Cindy  Psovsky-  Most-Original:   Zena Davidson,  ]3    Michele Beaudoin,. Brenda MacKenzie.* Co5-  a    mic: J^ina Christmas; Steve and SStisan Pe?-  terson^.Leqha/Ifickmatt.' Pets: , Heather  Wright, ;Te��esa Labonte, Nancy Stroshein.  Peninsula Motor Prod.  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885-2111 ���- Ted Farewell  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 .SECHELT)  NOTICE TO PAKEMTS  ; Pupils who were in GRADES 5 and 6 at DAVIS BAY ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL in June will attend ROBERTS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  for Grades 6 and 7 in September^~.r*%r'':f~* "-'..,'      "     A  Pupils who were in GRADE 4 af DAVIS BAY ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL,will attend SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in September.  *.- * * t, a.  r'l  *   w  -"��� . \ " t   ��      -  BRITISH COLUMBIA SURGES AHEAD!  Children's Piper  FOR AS long as most people can remember Mr.'Eric Thomson has  led the children in the Fall Fair Pet  Parade ;> this year was no exception  and once again the youngsters follow  their favourite piper.  COMING SOON /  NHT^A-ahgwIhal'  combined the mirijue  of tfie aciertfificj-  and the  dlamout-  inqsteries  -��~ ,Flrt* prixe  DIGNIFIED bride and groom in tho  Fall Fair Parade look so perfect  they could almost be an enlarged picture of a-bridal cake decoration. Taking first prize wore Judy and Peter  Fletcher, the children of Mr. and  Mrs. Alfred Fletcher.  MAGICIAN  HYPNOTIST  See/  ON THE ST/I  THE PHENOMENA /  OF HYPNOTISM   *  SECRET  TRANCE ??  ,     PRACTICES  GENillM  mm  if pahticlpsfi  wfogndir^ phenomena  WED., AUGUST 31st  Roberts Creek Hcall  8:00 p.m.  Adults $1.50   -   Children 75c  (ftmmtMmmmmimimtmMmmimmmifiittuffiMmiiMmmij^  TROUBLE with Aci'5'��y?i��A[E[S)?  SK^pwiT  THEN  "i  BRING IT IN  FOR EXPERT  SERVICING!  WE OFFER THE LARGEST SELECTION OF  OUTBOARPS AND.CHAIN SAWS ON THE  PENINSULA - ALSO BOATS ~ MARINE  EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES.  I  i  Itbl ��H*   (, (11*1, ti _fIffV   L-  :^)!��9jW��iiWf��(i!iN)iMWiii*!  ���,4��  REMEMBERS WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  '���    ���   ��� .     ���    ��� . A i. ' , , i  Cowrlft St. m, Socholt, D.C. Phono 885-9626  1  !  X  I  In British Columbia today, Industrial expansion 1. 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REGISTRATION I Bonds of $1,000, $9,000 and $10,000  can.be fully roRlstorod. i iMoriMniTiriMAl I v   ��� ���' '  INTERESTS Intoroat at the rata of 6V4% per wnnum will     UI^VA-HNUI IIUINAUUT   ,  bo paid quartorly on tho 10th day of December, March,     ftU AR AMTEED BY THE "PROVINCE  Juno, and September during tho currency of tho bond. , ��wnnruuii.Gw>Hi, mprnuvii.uc  PATEonssuE��soptombori8#)i966.     ( OF BRITISH QOLUM^IA ,*, / : i ;  J^43l    v_   JMm   I*      ||^4f %��� Jm  *"����� ��� }   *y-^-> *-.-  i   *1*  doiM r��i-  f    1  ^  7  i  \    t  w  I ���  'I1.'  'I'  '    '.Ml  .-*    ^,*     T-��       Aft?  I  \  I  I   I    I  I,.      -C|       l| , rsr-r^rr^^r  ��,   v    ..   *  i!^  'J'  i.  h  ��  II  it  ���A  ���A  > \, i>  I !  ..I  ��*.>>'  886-2827  THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM  ILIGHT  YOUR LOCAL QUALITY THEATRE  4 \  \A\  Good Ones Are  Show Storfs 8 p.m. ��  SAT. 2 p.m.  Teenage Mionaire  n^uuinnfMUUuiniuTiuiminnfitinnnnnnnnnnnniTinrrrii���^-���������������������������"������������������'������������''���������'������"������"���������'���'���������'"������''"���"'���.^���.������������.���.������������������..���.�����������k......^.^r.............^...��.k.m^  Page 8           Sechelt Peninsula Times  _ -jfoednesdoyf^u9usfc-24,-_lSL6&   lvirdjibrrails~  ���By Tom Portei  WITH POLITICAL babblings filling the air ,  'J and more tc come as we near September Mtix, 1 tuought I would jump on the  battel wagon and pour forth with' pearls of  wisdom pertaining to the outdoors in general.  One of lb e favorite cliche 6f incumbents  is" to stand on their records. So let's sit  back and take a look at what the gentlemen dealing with the outdoors of this province are standing on.  On June 91 h of this year the Honorable  Minister of Recreation and Conservation  announced that permission was .granted  Western Mines Ltd. to establish a townsite  in "Strathcona Park. Very good Mr. Kiernan, we don"t need parks, for recreation  we can always race shopping carts in the  supermarkets.  "At the time of his announcement he also  told the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce that the "mess" he was in was the  result of a 1918 government ruling allowing  mineral claims in the park. Almost while  he spoke his department was busy granting an American mining Company the right  to, stake claims in Tweedsmuir Park. Excellent move Mr. Kiernan, now the minister of recreation and conservation in 1994  Of we hav-e need of one by that time), can  blame you for the "mess" he will be in.  ' Our M:L.A. for Mackenzie ha? said that  we.need more done in the area of recreation.:and conservation. Brilliant Mr. Gargrave, but that is like telling us that a  drowning man needs air. We know this,  but Whkt have you done within the past  year -towards: improving   our great   out-  .. dop^r."-...'.  f,I: imagine one of the planks that Ray  Yf^toh. ^Minister of Land. & Forests, is  juniping up and down on, is the wonderful  way in which he stood up against the Federal Department "of Fisheries regarding the  Stellako River. He showed that if he wanted to' destroy 10 to 15 per cent of the spawning grounds for Sockey Salmon, he could  difn .well do it and to heck with our fisheries. .Bravo Mr. Williston, the salmon do  not, haye., a vote, but. the persons making  a/profit from the logs live in your home  riding and do have aijvote.  ���'One thing our premier does if there is  a, problem, and 4oes well, is "act." So it  is';with rthe pollution problem. About five  years t ago,-1 Mr. Bennett apparently saw  some warning signs and as a result, the  B.C/ Pollution Board was formed. Unfortunately, an unrealistic amount of money  was .allotted to the board. Oh well, honorable! m��aber from Kelowna. a fyjard with  up'^money is better tha? no board at. all.  hi 4o'Jttbt think that qui present- provincial '^yennnectvis purposely liryirig, to do  aj&ay- witii"recreation ,'aijd conservation,in  ^ok YOUR  Vote for Isabel Dawsont  this province, though sometimes it seems  that way. I believe only that they have the  -wrong people at the head of a couple of  departments* namely the Department of  Recreation, and Conservation, and the Department of'Lands & Forests.  I would not see a carpenter if I had a  broken leg, nor- ^vould I consult a doctor  about.building a house. The same reasoning  should apply when the premier forms his  next -cabinet, appoint a man, or woman  for that mattery io the office of recreation  ,aud conservation, who is honestly and deeply concerned with our parks, fish and wildlife. To the top post in lands and forest,  a person who realizes the importance of  all aspects of the forest and what they  mean-to the pebple of B.C. ��� not someone  who treats it "just as a job.''  Now let's take a look and see how some  of the people who enojy the great outdoors  did out on the salt chuck.  Selma Bay. Davis Bay, are producing  some fair sized coho. Out around Trail  Islands especially hot at times. Over Sar-  gents Bay area some nice Jack Springs  as well as a good number of coho. Don  Caldwell,  Sechelt,  limited  out last week.  , .Low. slack seems^to be, about ..the best time,  using live herring. Lob of herring in the  bay.  Over in Porpoise Bay, the week started  fairly good, tapered off in the middle and  last Sunday started to pick up again. Lots  of fish coming ashore at May's Boat Rental over the weekend. I. Christensen, Port  Mellon, near limits of coho; Mr. Jeffries,  Vancouver, 25 lb. spring and two coho.  Up at Tilicum Bay Marina, good reports coming in all week. Mr. and Mrs.  McKimmie, Burnaby,. a couple of coho;  Bob Chappie,,. Burnaby, .three coho 6 lb.  average; Frank Hampton, Vancouver, 6  lb. coho, 10 lb. spring; Francis Barkley,  Sechelt, took a nice coho Sunday.  Haddock's Cabana Marina, Madeira  Park, reported fishing a little spotty at the  beginning of the week but began to pick  \ up on the weekend. John and Mike Catch-  pool along \vith Bill O'Callaghan, 9 coho  and'a 25 lb. brig, strtpcaistihg; R. B. ..An-,  drus and son'pAndre. limits on cbhd trolling herring strip. Lots of:;'boats coming  in with one or two coho.  I took in the Sun Free Salmon Derby,  along with Lome Wigard, and next Ayeck  \yill 'thrill' you with our experiences.  Keep that line in the waiter, and I'll see  you'next week/''.'';'       'A.,,',;':/:.';'\'  Hi 'ii  ROBERTS (REEK LEGION  (SOCIAL)  Saturday, August 27  9 P.ML-4��.f��J  $1.00 PER PERSON  Little  Leo's  FOLLOWING the playground eliminator in the Little Leo, Kick, Pass  and Punt contest at Hackett Park,  last Thursday. Sechelt Village Chairman, Mrs. Christine Jonhston, presented certificates to all the winners.  From left: Stewart Hately, Ian McKenzie, Kim Walters, Kelly Foley,  Kirk Thomas, Boh Waters, Bob Sol-  nick, Dennis Gamble, Ritchie Godfrey, Garry Davies, Paul Greig and  Mrs. Christine Johnston.  Punl Pass Kick finals  played al Hackett Park  EIGHT  boys  travelled  to  Vancouver  on  Tuesday tc take part in' the district and  zone finals of the third annual Little Leo,  Punt, Pass & Kick contest.  Chosen last Thursday in the playground  eliminator, held at Hackett Park were the  first two boys in each age group, scoring  the highest number of points: aged 13, Kirk  Thomas (293.3) and Bob Waters (241.3);  aged 12, Dannis Gamble (195.3) and Bob  Solnicr (190 9); aged 11, Ritchie Godfrey  (186.5) and Kelly Foley (176.8); aged 10,  Gary Davies (192.2) and Kim Walters  (159.9).  Zone finalists will compete on August  28th at Empire Stadium during half-time  in the match between B.C. Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders. They will receive  autographed footballs and the champions,  special trophies.  Locally the contest was sponsored by  the District Recreation Commission. The  event is co-sponsored by the Vancouver  Sun, B.C. Lions and. Community Progrkins  Branch, Department of Education.  B^C. Telephone Co.  tracks annoyance calls  VANCOUVER ��� The B.C, Telephone Company, which recently announced a step-  ped-up program against persons using the  telephone to inake annoyance and abusive  callp, has tracked down the source of nuisance calls in three separate incidents during the last week, ;:  The company reported today that two  of the individuals confronted following investigations by the company have admitted  responsibility for the, calls' involved, In  the third case, the suspected individual  did not admit responsibility, but the calls'  have  stoppbd.  Thc company's success in tracing these  anonymous calls was> reported by R, J.  McLuckie, B.C; Telephone's security officer, and J. D. Pearman, who heads a spc-  .,.-daily-trained' gi;oup in the Lower Mainland  assigned to deal with problems of'annoyance telephone calls,  The two men s<Ud tho telephone numbers from which tho calls originated in  the three cases mentioned above were traced with special equipment following complaints from customers who were the recipients of the calls,  Thoy said that In cases involving ol>-  scenc telephone calls, the Criminal, Code  provides.foripenalties of up to six months  Imprisonment, $500 fine or both, In cases  Involving threatening telephone cnlls, the  ��� Code makc3 provision for even more serious penalties,  NEW  DELUXE CHAMPION  V% Price Sale  GOOD SELECTION OF FIRESTONE AIR CLEANING  AND POLISHING MATERIALS  For Easy Budget Terms Use Your SHELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loan  GIBSONS  |p   SERVICE  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 806-2572  Concentration  DENNIS Gamble of Pender Harbour  points the direction with his tongue  and finger and with his foot packed  with power tries for a long shot in  the Little Leo, Kick, Pass and Punt  contest. Eight boys from the Sunshine Coast took part in the district  finals at Ambleside Park on Tuesday.  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Monday ��� Thursday  1678 marine drive - gibsons  Phone 886-9843  }'.  OPERATION DOORSTEP RETURI  ?���������.-���- SECHELT  Tuesday, August 30-  Wednesday, August 31 - .tT^vM  IS  SHOP EASY STORE  1-4 and 5-9 P.M;  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION   PHONE:  GIBSONS���886-2228  jn^����vwt^��iwrtta����fMfefccd4��#M��rrtft. PmUqiK,GuttedDo��rd��rbytb��OovcrnmotofJMH��!|Cot��mM��,  i1 , ...  * 11   i i  Af\)  f|lh    \lt\       (  f'll  iMUjI^yAl.//k-BHlWk'C^wWfl favorite for mort than Forty wear*.  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