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 f - _   '   j'     l 7  Zt  V**��* "������f-*- A ^tf��ft��    -u- *��#P(**n~: -iff*"**   3 n**^ ^ #*   *X  >       ���"��  fignthom'- Condfng^fiibspns, Roberts Creek,  lindole; Irvine's Longing]; Eo'rf Cove^monf,  r~ -" >"* T-*    ���  V*  r        **���    v**"*>     *H.   ^ ��.  ^!_1___________I^^  ,,Authonred os second *!��*?  #maj|j by   the Posf7 ^Office"  Department, Ottawa,  -4  a  si"  t Volume _��/No.<39  WEDNESDAY; SEPT, 15/1965   ��Oe  ' hi"  *>��i  ?1  ' v %  ���*  ."*�������  r fp    -r  seeks extra ifiembers  'SUN^^^ last Sunday  _. ^rW^C^^^tarbng.jpff ^~(an executive/meeting, m -the, moving -agd- gWeral-meeting: in^lije-jsfter-  .r Attenflng;botb~n^ ^usK'ne'.vBTobJ if  .JB.CJFerry public relati6ns"ni^n7ttjsv;wasiconsidered^too_lmuch,  - Rod;Frasfer who at .the morning. .".They get7_ treinencfduV am-  meet spoke >n ^the, work ac-   ount of publicity. JtaraT.it*"'-he  complished and planned by .the  "added, t   <*, * ~ - * -  7: >;  -ferry authority toward the pro**-'  ^Acting on < the -'advice oC_tod  motion   of- tourism, 'generally  "'B^"s��"~ **   -��:._*_<_.* �����_:���������-  -*��� s  ' -3  "7$  7r  ,t:i  n'7"  17'< 1.  -"    J .   f-re�� scnooi'        *��� '���  *��� ,  jHEADMASTER, Robert 1 Barker stands before the tem-  .porary quarters of the first.:coeducational progressive school to be established on the Sunshine Coast. Tlio  school witt open later this month accepting children  through to Grade 7 and is patterned after the now fa-  tt-miit-    CnnunAflnl'    C��k��.1    :_    x->__.i i      t-,   .         .       ���<     .     .  mous Summerhill School in England. Future plans in-   -^?hauDces a5f ***at what BC  elude the building of a residenull school with the addi-   Telcphone   <*w��w    calls  4ion^_^tn-ex4ra-gmde-every^ear7- *   Peninsula project �� . .  tofgressivg school  issizes freedom  recognized as4 a major industry  in the province. -  - Of concern to the association  at the moment is the need to" increase membership which dropped off last year with an increase frgm $10, to $25 in associate membership fees.  President Len Larson pointed  out' the operating budget has  been, about* $4,000' but* should  ^L^diaii^  ��SS��� *> equipment at    ***" * ��Ut * "'" he ���"���  Dial all "digits  for local calls  IS THE phone not ringing "when  you make a call?  exchanges, on the Sunshine  Coast require that ,all seven  digits be'dialed to complete af  local call.-     -'  E. R, Boyce, B.C. Telephone  Company district manager,  said that modifications were  made last month and customers requested to dial the complete . number.   He   said   that  "Rod Fraser told membersTSe  Victoria- association had ex-'  perienced similar problems  with merchants not' paying  dues. However, he" explained,  as the season brought in such  tremendous influx o& tourists  a large number of delinquents  changed their minds and paid*  up, increasing' the funds by  about $5,000.  Fraser it was decided >'the,f local  papers  be  given; regular  news  releases, - explaining  ex-'  actlywhat the association >as*  d^ing 'in ���the area." ��� 7 *���    A  A Pender ^Harbour member  suggested, the association^ together- with other 'organisations  ask the Attorney-General -for  stricter action against groups of  youths who. commit vandalism  and acts of violence in areas  such- as Pender -Harbour.  Se���refeBFed-Hto���fee^ recent  trouble caused by a _ang in  the area." "One member;, was  involved in a similar, incident  last year," he $aid���al�� he fras  Fined was -$50." y,"Violehce  should be tinted vp��h "violence," he added.    Y  -  :'il ~  Len Larson' agreed action  should��-be' sought- but * fdt it'  should' be' asked for.- by -the  chamber of commerce. ^Another  member told of] three Scampers  who arrived .in that district and  WHEN Robert Barker .  Roberts Creek, towar _  laiUL.,,tv^  ,-/,.,-    .   , "ZT^P^Z : ^seven-digits.^8     ' SJl^ m^hs and    ^ master wWch\ would giv^  . Freedom ^nt^isuch- ^-school ^-^^^^^iw^ Aawo^orfiy,^Boyce-adde* ^^ >  !��&"* ^ '<te*d m ^ .   ^ S-n felt $.5 fWaS not    BT ^f^'^ the>  ��� ^' ������- '      ' - too much and said he thought"     Date'of the" annual general'  *�� ���        " "       ~~" .-.meeting, was' set for- October-17  JNeW Concept . : . . -..        , _,.     - when- a* new -slate- of^officers  Freedom in v*fSuch- av school  does not mean that, children  break 'windows all1 day long.  Freedom for $he$e children  means living their own lives  without outside interferences.  Lessons are optional. Children  can"go to them"or stay away  for as long as they wish. Be  Se<JieIt Campsite, A two jrtorey.  building, Jt is presently under- -  going renovation and "pleasantly  surrounded by. fruit trees and  acres of parkland. ��� ,  During the first year child-  fen accommodated will' be in  the age group.three to grade  seven   with   limited   provision*  lieving that a child learns bet* _/or boarders who will be hous  ed with families of children at*  tending the school.  Headmaster   Robert   Barker,  B.A. Cornell Univ. will teach  Hut Festival interest  indicntes big turn-out  ter at his own pace, the aim  is to get him interested in  something. Once he has discovered this interest he can learn  a lot.  Summcrhill   was   established  school lit Uio child, rattier ttmn   ���<��� "�� ��*"> "* �� music pro.   acta and many other barts of the world   *lastem Ca>*-  wlU be submitted: ^Digby; ^ort-,  - er, Gibsons, DougWheeler/Se-  ���  chelt,   and. G.   Thulin,  PoweU  River,' were appointed as a no  minating committee.  Location change  EcaS��P's?c?M r   ^^^^^r^l^^^ for baby clinic  SCenco,   A^r   Usdl.   &   wm fea tare  an enUre.y djffe^?,oncept irf^tn   0.,_�� .JL. <��_-��.  the child fit tho school. Ncill  believes that a child is innately wise and realistic. If left  to himself without adult sug.  gestion of any Icind he will develop as far as he is capable of  developing. Those having thc  ability to become scholars will  do so for free children have a  scope which others do not pos*  scss,  Robert Barker, who established a similar school In Rock*  land County, Now York, after  teaching in Summcrhill says  ijint In tho school, which Is ungraded, creativity will be kopt,  to a maximum and compctl-,  tft>n to n minimum. No board  o)| directors will dictate policy.  Ift matters outside health, safe*  ty and teaching tho school will  bp a working democracy whoro  gutters of discipline and pol*  Icy will bo decided at weekly  mot-tings, each child and adult  having a vote regardless of ago.  T).lff .will - bo the<.hoart pf.,tho*  school enabling children to dov*  clop as loving, thinking, act*  Ing human beings in an atmos*  phe��)o of discovery (and de*  light. The desire to loam and  crcnto comefl from within tho  froo  child  and oh * command  gram.  Future plans include the addition of a grade per year  through-to Senior High School  level. Eventually a new school  will be built with accommodation for boarders.  Presently on display' in the  Royal Bank of Canada in the  Sunnycrest Plaza are a few of  the awards won by Mr. McLaren which include on Oscar and  awards from many parts of the  (baby clinic) for pre-school  children will be > held in future  in St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt  ������not in the Hospital Cottage.  The first clinic for this season will be held on Thursday,  Sept. 16, from 1:30 to 3:30  p.m. and thereafter on the first  by the French as a genius and  is in fact generally accepted as  such.  He  has   been   with  the  ��*m.mH*iiH i.-iu-jr i��-hs ui me ���?��� !Jnl    ,'������?)   ��?ar<*  of Can"    )*�������������� ana mercaiter on tne first  world, It Is believed to be the ada, ��nco ml- The film world    and   third   Thursday  of   each  first time they havc bcen on acclalms his work with more    month 7  display outside Montreal. awards than ,ty has given any  Great Interest is being shown. Jf* ff**���**���  * tota,1 of  in the coming event and a large ��** j�� ^fsL^  53 countries.  month.  Parents are advised to use  the Jlowcr visitors' parking -lot  (not the ground floor) and signs  will be erected for their convenience.  Staff cut  New appointment ' ,  TAKING}, up her duties as  director of nursing at St,  ���Mary's    Hospital,'   Mrs.  turn out Is anUclpatcd. Tickets  aro available at the office of  The Times, the school board  office and of, course will be  available at tho door when tho  fesMva.1 oppns Sept. 21 ond 22  at the Gibsons ��� Elementary  school.    '   :        v i  . School Board Sccrctary-Troa*  surer' Peter WHson, who met  Norman McLaren some years'  _V EmS tUSf-ii  RECS ��nd<I"l0n ������ ��*��� B-C. Perry (loot, the fmJu  much'sought after festival to'  ��   ff���  (^eon, operating between'Saltery Bay and  ,' tho Peninsula and has been on*'  5ar* s c��ve, ran into difficulties last week with a siid-  thuslastlcally assisted by Mr.    de-- st"ko by coffee bar waitresses and deckhands  Jon Clomson of thc National      Tho strlk*) followed a doclslon       '  Film "Board of Canada.       *   "by" tho" powers Uiafbo' to cut"    l  '  During   tho   two   evenings,    hi half tho existing staff which  comprises two women for each  Sudden ferry strike  results in petition  about 16 short film's will bo  shown, all winners of national(  film awards and will bo presented by. Marguerite Roo^c*,  boom who has 15 years export-  ^^^r^srz M^^cGo^R^-fs ^taj?��ui?ass-  teacher  must obey la,  "Thou    proving'a  welcome  addi-   f00!^ set signer and art dl*  rector,-  of three shifts. This would havo  meant just ono waitress to cope  with each trip.  Tho ferry, delayed for two  hours the night of Tuesday,  Sept. 7, finally sailed, after assurances had been made that  ahalt he on tho "child's, side."., ,UOtj ,tp. ��le staff and brings      McLarort himself, a 50-ycar.'   an 7n7e_tiKatIon"oi comDlainiia  (Ihc main hlglxway cloab to tho    tal oxporlenco.  M -Itlwfl  slnco the age of"i8, la described     Despite ,tho fact tho Jervis  Inlet run takes almost on hour  and Is catering to over increasing traffic, no moals, cigarets  oiv.chocolate may bo purchased;  only beverages, sandwiches and  pastries, A number of petitions  aro now �� being taken n round  the Sunshln6 Coast which will  bo forwarded to iho ferry  authority asking that full dining facilities bo established on  tho Powell River Queen,  ��� l  f t i>  i ii ���,  ft;  r.��i   .i*   ,iV*Im*.. ��-***Mrv*"   4*f*"*��Ni  / V r' !.  fit     ���/      .     ��  /      i  * "   ft 1J*   if    ..    A *-,*'�����**  l\iil��    IA    i-l'.  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JBTj, - E3-  ��_  ��=- -      fii_  '**��BS3^nisas^^CR','      *e^��-��_Ses_es_     Free    -esss-  ��sscfe. 25c &spsura t�� peso b^ses  17c per cotwff fee 15 ��c*_^ fess-  fiRses^tSns, I3fc per csa^s* fee ssg?-  SBgagssS fcsartiSRs.  fe&s_T^ffic�� BaifiK  10c per fio^r. 5��c per monSh fbr  camr^rfi $&J��Q> f&se, m edworst-a.  %��cw^ OjSzsks $3 *����cr_  Dweffit^Sotos&^Ssms. ROY 60LOERS0M  "Is ��Sfss e*erai cf a typcgsrqp^asl Box ��35 - Sadbeii  mrs  HDSEilCE  ONE .Ent��rpri��e oil rang^ and t>  ������vf^,*A7T *,; <(ft?      ,r��-��-,( .��  one  Kemac  oil, and . wood Screened Gr<��vel ^-^J$I2! JJttSj  range. Afeo W-18 J&stbope ^n- y^screeiied Mio^feis-Slioll *. "    *'  ^ne. Phong 81^2683,     987Q4P       ^  ��*W*��M*ft����<*H**<kJ*, JM*VM--1''��>*'  c* a wrorss praae, geedb or sts&ices.  trxstf mcZ'&s&M c&& tfce ��SffeE_��ce  ���dwsr^! t*s fhg rae^spepey, f^&fsr-  fefc*-j �� nr^aneSj- isss offer to seU,  ��^3t|- msy be wf&dkgmzt jo$" ��r?/  . Adsesfmrtg ��* occepeed ��������> the carj-  g��^j|j5&3l ettof, that pcelson di ihs  a&fefiiur*g mace ccewpserf &y sfee  efrorseous Seres, -fes^ssSfesr *5^j reas-  orsc&te s^^jtrosce for aSg^wtere, *r^l  net be djsr^sd for, but tfseooSonoe-  ��>f ^foe crf-vgstssenKKr!: *��S &e paid  ���for cjr ^e sjpgs&cfcfe ec*e-  A ccjTipaEftlQr-i charge is, trade for  cdrresthirnii eceepted and put isjfe?  ptrodsafltfeBj, bur ccaceSed before  pei^icct����i, Oxsesse f<ow ora^neJ  cs>P5r wfcen psosf ��s &Jhmbtt&l to  cm?cffi���*r es iO&s c&orgffio&fe ct ess  hewrfjr ��ofe for fee o&St*ar3crS warfc  tr CAWPER c^plete with ice Roorf Moteriot ^-i^k,���>'JJ5  boat, coteman ��tove and mat* for 5 Cu*, ycfe*, " ' !  ,    stress, ideal for hunters,  wiU _   ^  7'^'  . -  fit pick-up truck, $2w>. UUlity Block Septic Tanks & Well  trailer to fit same. Can be bad Linings   ot    rock ' bottom   /  far   Par-    for SIOO. mms.            9875-39 prices             \   -  Ps2_Ssg: te 3PlaasTO                       .  ^ __. , l(,rn A. SIMPKINS - Sechelt  PaHie %ea_i_^                            JA^ BEE USED phone 885-2T32  Semmg, sm& S&sigssksa                         FURNITURE ^ m4ktn  _^ayyj  in i - ������j_i i ��� i��� ��� r ���-���'��� ��� ������i ������ ���- ���* ���-1  Phone 886-S346, Gibsons GOOD hay for sale, delivered,  ^1  j. ��.  i/-   /   n j ��� ^*C)f per ton. 5 ton lots, J- Ba-I  Next to Ken s Parking y���r RR x ^^ g^^ pss^se1  Beer bottles. We fatiy nnd M6-6568. .      ,                   9883**3 ,  I*.'-?  ��� 'i  i'  A  .��S3*-..  4V  'A  '��� t 'i' 'A  z  >  '    f  'A  X ,>  ' >,  *).,|.  7  ' J ?���  C iV  CARP OF THANKS  1.1HS  Swrdvag*i.s  wisJs ft e%> '  pr��f*a  ��feMa_   fctasfc*  to tfee  Votturs e&S ^tsff ��f St. Msr^-'^  KospiuJ, S_��-fce&,, BX7, Bw, 4.  JL Ketiy and Hzryty Vtsae&l  (Jf*me for their Kr^^n* sxd  e^ipvr&tim doing fee *iIo&*��i  ^od pa>,w? (A ti# hu: ViiHtem  II. fittyrtnn. A rA;fJ'(r-t of 'SeJ-  tn-4 lJaf& hr iM past jry year,?.  ���Otto .NwdJing, Cinytrjn S,  *?**"��,        ��� 6GW*39  S85^530 iwerangs  RotolSilJng - Pfowin-g  Grod^ng - Rolling  Ofesr FkM ^isss iSlrsies 'CSaisi- "  ^R3!��_S3S2^ Mewosg,--i_-__fer. lasaPtssT  asd/or sreed and fe3s_s ^s^*..1  CAsasstBifiBt ���� -aacc f_rpes ata_  sizes cf ssgdma^Ej  Power Sn^e^Bifsg Parking  Areo, Streets etc        5  0 S3-S4��a  FOR R��HT  *SJBSO_*JSv - .wateffR^-3     BR  se��   iKHJSaioed   s%i_tft.-  Ptooe"  after ��;30 p.m, Friday or spy-'  tiaae   Satedsy    &zd   Snoday  X   EOQJ1  beacts  cotege.  Soft  worfacg mart. East Porpoise  ��� Ifcty.  P&, 835-2239. ��� m    ��� S333-S&  4' E���K>M   cortege ' 'on   toe&vh,  SeJma Paric 335 monifct. Ph,  P^irrfajt 5-5110<*,   > S@7S-3->  Jfcjs&sffi&sES. wSI sis��, fee wsn-  fe AeasSsasle Classes ����-  *fer Ifse _E*esrtg3��eci P&&gzamms  ta esssiMe %&&$&& 4* cumpSese  ���   "It Is sas4 Beoe^gry la'be'a  qattaSffissd  test-ser.  A -feaaswg!-  ae ��3__E_sa^a &s impart it ta  o&ers are t&e mats rejjaare-  Remnaersitsm uriS fee at tbe  rs��e ��I 9&S_i jifer isesor fer k��s-  wcca&ajsl" classes, S5J�� per  b��s_ fbr 45��xt3fee!al dasses and  S$J0��? per isoear for acajfeasic  classes.  Pleas* toMssie on "ssfeiels er-  esisg? ro��!_ can teach 2ssd ia  _W"J3tst Jocalioasv,    ,. S33&-33  sell everything  0991-tfn  GSE large Findfey oi! heater  with Itower, S��$. One oaly 11  eu. ft-'feMge.*^; ,ll��ed T\* sets,  voridas&'firoiB S2S ap. Ricnter's  JUdso an_ TV. SSS-^777. Se-  B.C.   .  COX.EMAX   oil   iieater, ��� <pm-  j��lete, perfect conditio, i#es  included, $35. Ph. $85-2)18,,     "  3882-39  RUBBER -Stetmps of allies'  triplions may'*6e  ��btafeaj"  ...   ^    ^t The Times. Phone 8S5-96S4,  Sgas-tfn , Quick service on ali.-ordears-  ��� *Mrs, JMciila Wdscm,  Kow 10 years la btas&Msss.  REQUIRES SALAL PfCKERS,  ��� , �� w I        bit        ^  , PfeWKi 185-9746 or write c-o Box'  0XE ^c?��rp)tisc ��il range, ex-  ceSent condition with filter  and 45 gai mi Ifarrel, SS&. Also  ����s rotisserie GE. 480 feraifer,  S3*. Pfeoses 8S3-2S23 a&er S p.ro.  GUNS-GUNS-GUNS  -Everything itsr: the Hwoiter  ot your hunting  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church '.  > (Un^nomlrioticoeft  Sunday School 10 a.m*,  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Selma Pork Community Hall '  '886-9303  Gifceans, B.C.  ' 9863-tfn  HELP WANTE6  REAL ESTATE  1Z  PERSONAL  iS/G.N'S    pa lnt��dr,, lettering    of  v#jlc|c;i   a   *i>ec��!iy.   Dave  I'lnwy;' GHr*jnx.   phone   ��W-  *���*���#-��� a��J4-tfn  FlfLLKK Bruj.fi Products now  h avallaWs from your local re-  ptewnmiu, pfa>ne 835-2347,  '&873-41  WANTED TO 0UT  2 BR MODEKSY Iwrne in Scch*  elt area. I'hone evenings jmjs*  2158' 1W8H1'  ATTENTION JLadie*r-Part *4me,  v-orfc, 15 hr&, weekly earns  ��3r�� tr> wo. Car helpful Service  Fu!k*r ni'*.terner> in your area.  Fer faiorma.ion ^ervd nam/e,  Si-irffp".* aod pb>ny- n>imh��r to  PersTiiw;! maca{;��r,' Mr. A,  Perrtt or phons? &&-W2A.  AM* PERSONS interested , In  , df>i��^ Aulntitutc1 teacher work  in ScJvjoI District No. 4<J tor-  tht-s Khool year ar<? invited, to  Mibrnit a lii��t of ihfrjr qualjlfic-'  atbhs to the Sccrc-tary-Trw-  urer, liox ���'##,' CAbum, B.C.  Those teacher,* who itavc  substituted in this District be-  fore are requested, to confirm  thclf continuing availability.  we*;j9  HOUSE ' for safe. Pull price  , 9&&f>a, gl/jftO dwvrn -1BR,  clost' 'to sttopjriog etc Phone  S3S-22S9. ^       "  9858.9  J��w4fMW*J+ jl^jjjrllivJ  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  I tOTS  EorJs Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Coye  ferry terminol on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  *^^jw^*^flM*-.rf*y��iw.*Wi*��(*'irt  VIEW-LOTS  Twasw^t^tipi^^^jws^ajilttiS^.Ni  Madeira Park Subdivisior)��� overlooking Pender  Harbour ond Gulf���.10% down ��� easy terms  on balance, Discount for cosh,  FOR SALE BY OWNER   ���  dSLADEYf-Madeira Park, B.C.  Pfione 003-2233 or phono North Vancouver  985-4934  HALFMOON BAY  )��' \ilTf., over an acre, sunv  mtr cabin, 3 boah,(g'XKl water,  iwbfcle beach, $55��o. Fp.  WEST PORPOISE BAY  15*   waterfront,   two   tednwm  home, 1.36 acres, good ��)i| and  water, $l2,e<�� full price. S3.0W/  to haprlle. (  ROBERTS CREEK  12J7 waterfrorit,  four bedroom  .home, level lot ,-to .beach, near*  ly one acre,; Full price $16,000,  terms; ,    ���:'������,���'��� 'A \   '   ���>������: <    ���  H. B, GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt and Gibv>ns, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  Ron McSavaney 880-9650  '9894*30  OVERSTOCKED   on   GE   fry*  pans. Excellent buy m ll inch  aud 12 inch' Irom $19.93. Rich-  ter's   Radio  and  TV,  Sechelt,  &S3-&7TT7. ' DK92-tfn  HEIVIZMAN, Piano,  wonderful  tone, $300. Phone 8&J2Qi_.  D88&.39  E  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH;  Wilson Creek, B.C.   ���  Sundoy School���9;45 a m.  Divine Wor<��h)(>��� 1 1:15 a.nv  Led by Mlu H. E, Compb��H ,;  *    *  Except on 2nd $i/nli��v o��h I  month  Family Service���1); 15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p,m. '  Ud by Rev. VV, M, Comcron  u  f  9  7  H  n'  f  7  Paint -' Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES'  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tfn  CEMENT    Lnundry'   tub    nml  tjips,   Phonp  885*1)377,   ��854.:(8  Berna qaptist,  CHURCH       ;  SECHIUT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m. *  Chinch Scry Ice ��� 11 jl 5 o.m.,  Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.mi  PASTOR !  REV. A. WILlllS  You oro Invited ta attend  any or eoch -crvlce.       ��  Trin ifuriiii"1 *' i'" '.i ���" ,"..ti*ir. "iri"  EWART McMynn, Real Estate  and , Inaurancc.   Phono   886* I  Zm,; ftes.   8862500,   Gibsons,'  B.C. 7869-tfn  *m.f*iywm$\mm  2 BR Semi Waterfront  Nicely decorated, floors to be  finisheU to bwycrs preference  In Village, 110,500.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY1  Plw-ne CSl^��o^�� 880*21 W  Kvenlngu 880-2500, 886-2393,  886-2681  0986*30  ���tfJsiJtoM*'-***^  Afhtt    ��� :���'-��� ���';-, -���'���������  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  ����:4tcotor- Ucv.-Jnmcs -Bi-'Fcratiswiir B:A'~L";ihr  : ,   Phono Mymy  .'Sunday/ Soptombor 19/ 1965  CHURQH OF HIS PRESENCE  Harvest Sorvico���Canon Green���-3:00 p.m.'  'ST.'MARY'S-IgarDEN BAY  Communion���4; 00 '"pTm.  st, hilda^s-secheltI  "'",'.'  Evonsohg���7:30 p.m, '  ! !(*J|iM����i*afj^i{lv����#��*l��WfKi��-tt^l.'t  * v, *. ,���������,  ll   -J*     ���-.'  . f, .    ��M^*^��^ *  *.<#T**,~**fi*��*'V��''(<.i'"fc avu^.vKiwwH*"*** 1***5*, *t vr <���*!** ���/ /���-i'w >��� i  it ��.*i>, j��^i  M",  ' ��" ..'l  M  rf  ) ��.  I   '��  7Ji !. ��*S^^;  <���    v, 7 '7 -������ -,7 Z?y.x -*.-,,".' >'   .-  ..**7\.  '" ^./\';V.    ,,V':V" .t-.':/V7'   ^  '   7.7:      "r'7.tv  Sept 15, T 965, ; Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 3  Zvag, James-Wharf and ,can- be r  .--heaj-d" *at'��� any'{time/'singing^  A "Smoke Gets, In ,YoUr Eyes" on -  account of   him   operating- a-,  " smoked, herring -industry right"/  Bu .1/*^,., son?the;ftha&7Art7gets o*her7  '-    >--,.*-- ���   -�����**--- ka-a,   ;  ,,:.���.���     .* f7 f?7Vr^w7fish^jto6>nddopsVu<Lhinartisi  THE POLITICIANS have subtly hinted, by press; radio; tic joKthat it is a pleasure just;  :    TV,;speeches, arid\smoke signals that a breakwater- t0 .**&&. about eating them, .  is under construction for Sechelt. . a\a��� ! even if' you can't afford them.  In order,that they know what *' ���: L~~���y   , ''   7 '���'���'   A��mg\with this we could have  they, are talking about, a rare    are a lofnearer to Russia than   ��*' Kiddie's *> Carousel; .bingo *  thing for politicians, "they" have    we are to Ottawa, which should- 'games and rock pile ping pong.,  sent, a survey1gang in .to inake -, getVus some fast action.-7. J _   ^e'whole place: would  sure the ocean is still ins the ���' Jta 4 any, case the, surveyors  same1 place and.that nobody  ,��.  -f *rs.  mom ��� .  Times  BUSINESS DBRECTOHY  /    ���.; ��� i  '-The'' whole place: would  have  fo*be/brilliantly"lif up and it  has swiped large chunks of the  shore which is jsl practice common to' our times. ?When they  have ascertained ��� there > is such  a place as Sechelt,.. which- is  In v any, case  are 'wandering''about taking -would be/a lot livelier if every-'  ���educated squints here- and .body , attending, the shebang  there, between Selmtf Park and was .Ht.upttod.^" - ,7 ,-  Trail Islands^ and;if their rates/-.. To make sure, we khowwbat  are anything like-they; charge - we .are, getting. * we could send  ether poor mortals there- istft'  a'-delegation* to: Aflarific'City  something they haven't done fi-" g����-fi to .be much left of the -where they could "be wined and  -years;-they V ty��  hundred  thousand  before/ dined it is possibleVthey might  nancially for many, years  will hum and haw and then  send out their best Vote snatch*  ers" to assure us that under no  other administration would such~  largesse be possible. They, are,  they t1 say, prepared to recommend the expenditure of two  hundred thousand dollars on  this mammoth project. They  would spend more, they explain, only they have to buy  four or five hundred million  dollars worth more of obsolete  airplanes that can be knocked  out vof the.sky like clay pigeons  by any third rate ground to air  missiles.  ������However,' they say this " is  necessary in order to keep  L. B. J. in good humor and  from whyre we sit what- with-  race riots, Santo Domingo, Viet  Nam and just about everything  else he inherited since taking  office, it is very commendable  even if we can't afford it.  There are also some complaints  in certain quarters that we  only hand out two or three hundred million dollars a year in  foreign aid and the suggestion  has been made that this should  be upped to at least a billion.  If this is carried out we should  declare ourselves a foreign  country and point out that we  they* recommend the Tbreak-  .water .Joe^ put.in at -Wilson-  Creek, in _act anywhere{else,  but Sechelt.      .      ; -     ^  While some of the^more lackadaisical intelligentsia might  be highly delighted > about "the  prospects of a breakwater it is,  from a modern point of view,  a most miserable offering. We  can all remember the time  when somebody was going to  build an office building, an  apartment building or a row of  stores they called them that  and nothing else. Today they  are called complexes. Why  can't we have a breakwater  complex? There has been  something in the government  yik-yak about the arfta-pmyiri-  DOCTOR OF  OPTOMETRY  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will bo in Sechelt  MONDAY-  SEPT. 20fh  For an appointment  for eye examination  phone 885-9525  ing a-few services for the visiting yachtsmen and providing  suitable buildings especially one  marked MEN and the other  WOMEN though why these  should be needed with a whole  ocean at the front door is more  than I can understand.  Anyhow we are too busy at  the moment wondering how to  hack a golf course out of the  solid rock topsoil to be sidetracked by anything that is  clearly' the responsibility of the  government.  We are told the breakwater  will be built of mounds of rock  rubble. This is not good enough.  We want an artistic job built  of big squares of rock, like the  one outside the harbor at Cape  Town, South Africa. This was  said to be built by IDBs which  is the abbreviation of Illicit  Diamond Buyers, enterprising  gents who got caught trying to  buy diamonds for what they arc  really worth, about four dollars a bushel. It is a masterpiece and we could do the same  things by pinching all the politi- [��  clans, civic, municipal and fed- j��5  eral who don't show up for  work every day, except pay  day. We could also pinch a lot  of them who do for all they accomplish.  The breakwater shouldn't be  a drab and desolate thing good  only for sheltering boats. It'  should bo a glittering, sparking  gayway presided over by someone who knows the business.  There is none better qualified  for this than Art James, thut  -/'dignified Impressario who has  1  distinguished himself by opcrat-  spare a minute or two to "look-  vat .the steel pier which is said  tp be, an attraction." Anyway  they��� could ��� sober ,up , on the  flight to Margate if they were  careful to avoid one of these  Air France flights where tres  chic French hostesses ply them  with vintage champagne; a  most unlikely happening, but  they would come back, with new  ideas > even if they did have  giant hangovers, which' is no  different from the other delegations that Ottawa sends  abroad on the slightest pretext.  However, much as we hate to  admit it, a breakwater of any  kind is a dim and distant  dream. So far it has only been  "considered'1  L&H.SWANSONLTD.  -SepKc Tanks and Drain Fields ,  Backhoe and Front ��nd  1   V Loader Work  , Screened Cement Gravel    _  Fill and Road Gravel >  Phone 885-9666  ' /     Bo�� 172-Sechelt  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  :     BOATWORKS  - '       - ''���      ��� ���  -    A COMPLETE LINE OF ~  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phone 883-2366  -'        TlNGLEYS  HI-HEAT   7  5  SALES and SERVICE     .  -y  for all your heating -* ~  7   requirements '  4 Oii Co.'s Finance Plans'  C.~ \h (Cal) Tingley  '''Box No. 417, Sechelt      ;  885-9636 ��� 885-9332,   -  . * j  " T  ELECTRA-CLEAN   Upholstery-Cleaning���t  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Carpets - Furniture  ; R"9S ���:..  .. for_appointment  Phone 886-9890  - Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal .Block  -   Gibsons  ��� Every Wednesday.  886-2166  By the present  government and with an election coming up in the fall there  is no telling who will be in  power. In any case the present  plans are too fuzzy and the  area is being expected to contribute as much, if not more,  than the federal government.  We would be a lot better off to.  talk it over with Admiral Bennett because the Straits of  Georgia, are really the private  ocean for his navy.  Just let him get the idea and  he would slap a two or three  million dollar breakwater in for  nothing more than a promise to  elect Social Credit. In any case  let's not get carried away by  the present promise of a breakwater because at present it has  more hooks in it than a fish-  boat and isn't half as useful.  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING *  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  '      PV SERVICES LTD.  Marven Volen 886-9946  Digby Porter 886-9615  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING-DOMESTIC"  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97 . Sechelt, B.C.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L.C.EMERSON  .echelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Every time we listen to the  ���'top 50 records," we shudder  to think of what the bottom  50 must sound like.  the  WmL  J*3  ��  FOR SPACE r  Special Pre-finished  Random PI  Plywood 4 "8 s3^ $  Gulf Building Supplies  Phono 885-2283 ' Sechelt, B.C.  i  I  ^Jimed  ON  i**5��  *&  j  5*3  I  I  I  MMM-Ma  wtfmmfmpvfymn  i  3 LINES FOR 50c  (15 words or groups of figures)  3 TIMES,FOR $1.00  (Except Commercial Adbricfs)  A Book-keeping charge of 25c is added for Classified Ad-Briefs  not paid before publication day  BUY- SELL- RENT  SWAP - TRADE - FIND  with  I  I:  1  i  iStf  I  I  iS_*2  C7  iwied  LOWEST COST ADVERTISING ON THE PENINSULA  ~k Pender Harbour,, Port fVlelloii, Gibsons residents may  7 PHONE COLLECT  (OR LEAVE YOUR AD-BRIEFS AT COIN DRY CLEANERS, GIBSONS)  5L Dimes PHOHE 8854654  i ���  r  r  A  AJ  ^  s  4  I-  !v  *^>  i  **i.  i  ft '  �� '  ���*>  u*  si r  ���A,  4:  ST  ft"  ���**���.  ft'  <$<"i  t  <k\*'  H>.  t  ,.L. L  ���i-�������-.��i  .   p  ii . ii��.(.\.i'p)p  'I.  i. 1* I    ��  jiv-t.-  .w...  ��i,*4'��*i4.vA iWrt**^T**iU  ��.4. nfy'p  ,^.���.��ipSV<   ^^jpv^isjt^^.cvu-i/^tv^pirt^- <; <**"**. J,r>,*i*h**,il.rtwr ���'��flS.'*'A'*',''Sl":i'lrt p^^*��f-��^^^-**��c^>*"**-^p*i.^^/^***;^-- ^-s>^-  fc  r  Readers Right  | Letters to the Editor  Slum: area  Editor, The limes ��� -  . 7 Sir���Regarding Commissioner-  ,Bernel - Gordon's** opposition- to  the proposed trailer court at  Porppise Bay-aittbhis remark  in council that he Ielt"it cbuld  create a slum area.   This^rea-lhas^aliisady'lbeen  referred ttf-as> the slums of Se-  &&mx?mmsmjtrp#t&  f7-*r  i+v i  "/-way bewvn&butl*shall rwtbexotwrongastojatltosayywhat' I "b&teve'to be * tight J?i~3tmt< Atkins '  " -v j"^7 '���    ,7^Wed^esdav,.Se_*t.'i5iI9ri5t ����� '���*  ��>-<���>.'  wirow  *%.  "T The Forest Fire  >   ���by Vec !>1>t>    . ,  *    . i,   "<   'r-' ' i  What finer sight in all- thiSf ,*-,..  ' land -J;   -   '' -    v  Than the noble towering < A  ' Timber! Stand?   "'���'" ' ���"   .7  A thunderbolt, a careless spark '  Can wreak'grim havoc,'.    (V ' ,  skeleton-stark.'^   7     ^<  The'warning wisps of smoke  j; /J  are seen*l _ v     -'���7'7 1_  Ascending, gray~above the~ 7f  ** *l\  p*-*|p-tppp  ��p     i  M  i *  ( ',  i,  f;7  "*V  chelt by numerous, people-.be- BORROWING? today-is not only-an established' maintained hubby has received a small wage in- e&reen.  cause of the^oidfish boxes;* ve-         way* of life'but is also bigrbosiness,v*aadirrcretfse and^the Chesterfield is* a-year-ou^two out They, WJIow out; they spread*  ludes-iaid--boats-scattered ar- providing-the* institution-is-used with responsi-* of * date. Next ;Step- is another small* financing * ^and-grow,���   ��� ,    .          ,*  ound the vicinity, as was point- bility,, 'these is-.not too much, to be'said against it. *, arrangement and the family'purse is again'stretch? a canopy for the flames      '  ed out by commission joe Ben-         Numerous*, successful  business  enterprises^> ed to the limit, and so'it goes on; a one-way street, below.              *           ,   ;  De��"    ��.    , ,. have   been- established  on   borrowed   capital: the fantastic lengths to which many people.Devouring monster! Fiery      .  +;2nVJ Ser!S-?      *?*y  ^h001 board and councils fi��m. time ,to time'   wilhgo on this crazy-merry-go-round4s,indicated b,re��,h.'   ,.              '      ;  Srt 1? ����EL �����ailZ borfoMTfunds-W provide -facilities,which in turn .-by.the completely.irrespon^ble activities of one And hck.ng f.ery tongues of   t  ���Z�� bySws To iSthS. contribute^ the^ progress of the area. ;    a ,      n^ w^owed a^local merchant money for items J^jW  but Srove the> appearaS^Tf         Wise jsp��:ulat<��s borrow money-whidv? i�� ,of furnitiBretandiappbances:^ -                             - ah wiwnre rices, neatn fir anir  the area7           -                  ' quickly turae^to substantialprofif "with^the-lqa��r^       It-^^fcft aTnew"a>pliirce-wal~nwd��Fd; ScSTt^  Many     sightseeing     tourist repaid with little carrymg-charge.  Autos and   he therefore conned the meahant into signing - j���e6  buses visit Porpoise Bay from homes are items-whtch*-the average person-has*  for him taobtain a bank joan which would cover Mcn stfive to stav the  various place* andnre'wonder to have but would prove impossible without the ��� ^ o^^ebt.and the new appliance. He obtained Tolowust  af then- unpression of a, area means to fananoe.                                                       the loan> purchased* the appliance and paid off K������their valiant battle  On the other end of the scale we have the?   part of the old'debt. This was followed by the  is-such that they would encour-,  age other visitors to this Dar ��� -lv P3" or ine oiaaeDl*  1J11S was *o��owca oy uic -   Jost>  ticular district. * abominable    trend   of  ''keeping -up -widr the-  purchase of another  appliance on terms from For merciful rain they prey, to  mt ��-nH- Mr'e TTPAMw wtt t  J��neses" regardless. This curious aspect of humaa 'another local merchant. By this time he was two drench  air. ana mrs. xhaixxl ml,l nature provides^a lucrative business for the loanr payments behind on his bank loan. Undeterred, Thc forest. anti ,hc fire  sharks with no shortage of customers. It also* however,   other   household   furnishings   were quench.  leaves~~in its wake^ a series-of broken homesr deemed necessary and last heard of, the happy-And in the black night-sky, a.  family strife and'bttter anxiety.                 . but stupid borrower was negotiating a further f,re,_.     '             *           '  Basically, theie^js no harm ia a person in loan with another bank. Reflected from thc forest pyre'  q�� regular employment "purchase a househpld ap-           This js by no means an isolated case, dif- Destroying all along its path, ���  pliance*on termw The" trouble starts when aTV, ficultthough.it might be to believe. Much of the With igneous devastating wrath. <  Cft   ic   nilir*V1v  fnllrtWpd   hv   a   WashinP machine,   a. nniw   l.ce.   n-JtV.   tUa   mnrrh-mt wlir.  ic   in   o  rliffir-nlt   It   kp.rno   >in*;i   it'e   ea ttrtimri   .  Pay the price  Editor, The Times:  Sir���Re   your' article   by   C  Boyd    Shaflnon,   % Conservative  (Progressive?)     candidate  Coast-Capilano. , , _  Of course" if you accept any- set is quickly followed by a washing machine, a    onus-lies-with the merchant who is in a difficult It burns until it's sa isfied,  ��hm^ndeMhe^ational-HeaJa^eei?4reeze-iWd^  Thousands-t>f-acres i-jsohitcd  Service of Great Britain,  you that the JoneSeS^have them. tomer by refusing credit. Many merchants could And where the towering timber ���  pay for it. If you want anything    ,    fa short-thnej rent or-home payments, food,    retire were it possible to rake in all the bad^fflebts     stood  iSi^e^r^Su^inK aUto' cl^an* aU, other items purcha|d on  trip>to Mars a* the moon       - terms,-exceed mcome. The Jiext step is to  Your  .^As��-a-*tupVj^  tam,'"i aih glad you paid ih full" consolidate your loans under one .monthly pay*-  and take* bacfo the; statement, ment which is less than* the Combined payments.  *4Are att Canadians ��� pauplers"��� Carrying charge is already ch_urged On each  lJS��Eil4 W0Uld be a sensibl? of the small loans, your '^iendly finance Co#:  no��oTHv rnPBMi? pany'^^^ thefefore��*natui|ally,;adds a carryifig charge  -WKuwKwtME on the small loans plus/earrying charges. This"   long  run  would 'be  ;    , v is all* yery pJ|as^ service..   ,  Nothing remains, but charred'  death wood.  answer!  on their books.  We surely live in strange times but it is not  a situat:ion>without'Solution^vTVhe service ^station������^���^i-^  operator^in Gibsons were on the right track  -_,   ,.      ,  wheh- they--got together arid put their customers *��*OMOIllfl|3F  on a credit card or cash basis.,If the merchants "Now look here, my little  operated a similar systemr they w<?uld save them-    man,"  selves many thousands 0$ lost dollars and in-the ���Talking sternly as I can.  dolng^their customers  a "Butter's rationed and you're  bunting  Editor, The Times:  Eiatertoiiaiiieiit Kit Store  not:,, :.. ...-; -A..   ..    .  To spread your bread with  such a Ibt."  Sir���It seems to me that a THROUGH the media of the press, through'the    provide entertainment in the district and only too "Ul "�����'*����"  ^   1^ . a-gaUant Mug,   and"        schools and by posted posters, wide publicity    often has flopped through lack of support. On rl     T.    '  should be flown proudly, show-:. L_.__  _*.���_  7L  t.*���V--L.-   c:i- t^.:.,���i     .!.:��� -:��-1!l-.-��i.-��.-���..u--iMr_.-�����^f:. >. 1 Gobs of b^ter no more float  But it's hopeless whenVl try  reason why  flag  is   a   gallant  thing,   and'  i&S ^iS"! l^\ Sh0VVr^ being ,given to' the McITaren Film Festival, this occasion,'something quite different^ in stord ^^.��^^r np mpre^oat  w��& being used b^aerceer   slated forTuesday and Wednesday, September 21 - and the opportunity toV&w the works of one of 0n h,s porr,d8c m a boa,��  tpin organization on the Sun- and 22, and to the uninitiated,-an extremely-in- the world's leading film producers should certain- Unimpressed by such a thing,  dune Coast; it is so faded-it teresting evening is in store for those attending. ^ ly not be discarded lightly,   ' 'Off he goes out to his swing;*  has no meaning, and may as Little appears to be known generally of the There are people on the Peninsula who are Then I hear a gleeful shout,  well be a bedraggled piece of McLaren technique in Canada as a whole, yet*- always prepared-to donate their time to providing "Mom. your butter ration's  1 a h "    ���     r    '       u strangely enough, NormanMcLaren, a Canadian;! entertainment and with the right sort'of support    out!"  place in SekelteTouldUfl^eSS> has Sained fame in America> Pritain and many* wUI continue to work tothis^end. Without doubt; ...  flag, the village would not be other4parts of the world, in fact his* works are^ if the film festival proves a success, more will Thinking of that Ium half  forgotten by  tourists  and oth- known in 53 countries.  ers, but would be remembered The fact that this film festival is coming to  ijs the Village- of Flags: - the Peninsula is indeed a credit to the sponsors  ' -VETERAN'S WIDOW, which includes the .School Board, Royal Bank of  Canada and the National Film Board of Canada.  Jl refining pTOCeSS It is understood the festival will cater to  Editor, The News: varied tastes, ranging from the abstract to rather  i Sir���The   opinion   that   ma*, more traditional. A tremendous amount of plan-  chines cannot think pleases me. ning and 1 work behind the scenes )has gone into  \ I too feel that machines do this project and it is hoped it will receive the  not   and   cannot   think.   There support it merits.'  are those,who think they can   ���.'��� rA ^^dp-i u^, hecrTdon^ in th<- rmt to  and some of these actively pro* A grcac aeal nas Dc?n   onc m inc pasl   ��  mote this point of view. Little  good can result from such advocacy.  For over eight years my  work has been connected with  the.programming of large digital } computers for various ��� engineering applications. I have  not,found any programmer who  believes that computers think.  It is so obvious to them that  Uioy don't that It Is hot a topic Pnllnt/>/#  fiir' discussion {'8imnl^becatwev>' .  to  them,   thero'tls, prftctUJaily "WARNINO-^this water Isipollutcd���unfit for human  nothing to say ���W tb*f'Other t*lde.> t       consumptton'^v 1 OccAsionally one . rends. siuns < kon<  Mffmwto M-gssages  "Most people are 'bothered b}  those passages of Scripture they  do not understand} but'" ZZ . the  pasMftcP that- bother* me we thost  I do understand", ��� Mark Twain  follow. PO**"*1  Let us all then, get out, ��ivc ourselves a treal! ^ [ k(ipx c001 in^hc W0lind'  and let the organizers sec their endeavors are not , te*r*  ���in vain. ' ' w,Jl"y, raced out to the yard, ���  Willi my poor'heart beating  _._   __ ___ , hard.  Of Many Things . . . . \    , , - Thcn^my footstep*, halted   ���   ���  by Ambrose Hilltf    quicft,  Don't Stop The World ~ %1 ��^^,^ it,',  / Want To Stay On! '   r"n,  TUB Broadway shoW, Stop the World, b an indiea.ion And ^"^ ^ b����<" ��" .ho >  t t of thc cynicism gripping too many of 11.1, There it     ' *  '  quite a little army of cynics devoted to persuading us | grinned, but to myself 1  that life is a mess, the proletariat gets a terrible kicking     sighed  around, and It i�� a lousy world. K,llion%(' Wftr> ftm, b,0(H)( ((nd .  Thc;se cynlcn knock everything popular with thc     car*  people, For. example, they have 0 burning hatred for To think of nil that this 1  tdcvlsion programmes s^^  theme ot n drama or story is, that honesty Is the hest^'Dn'rl.'nlng my sous future  policy, or that virtue is its own*''reward, thoy* come out *��� years,  bitterly aEain��;it,Thc^ label :tt square, or cotnbiill, or  schmaltz, or.whntisvcr rtro current tfermr happens to be in �������"~*������m,mM*mMMINNmM, .  ;. their own forrmila-riddcrticodc of criticism. _ _ .  However; If tho play sny�� the rich arc rotten, or -MGfWPsN^^ H  that all mcr��fwho;enrry (lunch baskets arc on the flido -  of tho angels; they come out wildly cnthusinstlc about  a programmer, learns^early 1,In talnlngirwarninjpof this iwtuw,  ^*!^.!Xt ai.!SX��^ r ���f1 ,0 "r'nk'    "���P""*" W *- ob-cura they don't.undersMmd  ftjto .^tte^ ^^ ��� costly- ��t. They cull it socially significant^ ^ych^l^y  . bchte thc very mto electrical "   ^1",   WW**., sound, of whatever their current janson of hralso tails  , qiKl'.mi>chiiolc^lJWw��t_w*^_-��J%w^ rncchas. been-..., for,  , Thoso df"tnr whorfcel' th^fma��'PoUot*d'',,>' *��� dii��ea��^o�� sin, Bphcslariu 2ii, 3. tcllvu* ������  Chines  do  not  Uilnk  and  wilP'^vfallen, men* we by. nnturtw thr children of dlsobc-  nevbr  bo  capablo  of, thinklngcdiflb��.0pOnd*wrath.vWo)nrro God In ;this  must bo prepara^toglve upas-.��t��tc,-Wf. nrcVunabl��.ovcrt.tod*��n..otirwrvcs.by a fow*  SS&I  ^cH.NrK"L���lb',a a"* WM�� * ^'Mmc, ��-i polled.  Jus-ilJ��i��*i W H��-^i(i*i*ft5*^*l:<**S!*��WWFiiw-  ��� nli.p.��* ��(*��i�� u��-i1J<Hi(J)ial����li|l *_��n. H U���  t my nuts! ft Is n pretty good world, here oirthb  continent. Father lAunUy;docs know bc����> hon��sty ��S the  best policy, nnd virtue i�� its own reward.  ,iSo kccfi-vihc ��lobc' ewplnrihig; loril, Some of  eaUJng thinking, -ore ,<to ffMy ���<������ .B,U al ,nfln,,c expense, Ood ma��*��<HH^��y for.u* re*  thinking. Tod" many^ things :th<^; ^cjvtf'f nB,n^lWo Cft^ bo P"r,f'f<* hT'thc death of"  wo feel rcqirtre thinjclng 6aour/^5,,��^,8,iwho '/fflk��,n ^��y��h�� sins of the world",  part to accomplish can bo done For w������'who see In dismajrthe' slgn-f offnelr own'pbl*.  to/ machines that cannot think;./ l"tlo������ there-Is �� our^ !'B��ll*>vo on. ��h^ f,ord hwt Chris,  .    ���fwr^arpy..jj , And 1 thoo> t��lwrfi;i|��'^v^;.,Aa��i.I6��3l,.....'...'J-,;..,,;,-...���  ordinary folkwhntlo stay onl  us  >:X  We catmoi suppose that tsome; men hftVe* ft rlRht to  bo In this world and others no right. ,V~Hcnry George  I believe In social equality becnuso It is Impossible  tobflll^VtfMinythln^clw,'- ���H, J, Kcstcr  Published Wednesdays*  at Sccholt  on B.C. _ Sunshine Coast      I  7   ,i    ,      by  Sechelt Peninsula Time* Ltd._'  ."* #0*m Z SccheH, B.C,'  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to Egmont'  (llowa Sound to Jervis inlet)  Douglas O. Wheeler, Editor  S, B, Ahgard, Publisher  SabwripUon* Rnteat  ���,,,IYwtt&'iywn,&.'  3Ycar��$13      U.S, an^l Foreign $5 50    ,  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm���mmmmmmmmmmm  ,    J   ,'   }- . ������ .1     * V, r   i   *��*���('.   ..'."'.,   t\i y   ' iM,'(".?T(';, ''"? ���-.'���*���*'.*��. ��,-..-��*.*.p*i.*v,'   1*1-[>*���*��� r ������)';   t"i~ -,\ ' tint*  .'f      Ii  *pp*  4P* I   ���.^t\t .t #",'.   1   ti    1     t'Hi*. "if      (   j..f ,mpi  1 I , , '  |p 1,    . J *   .    .1 l!ijMllW7 La  I *^*��***w(jsi!ssew*aMwttt.  *their^jobs to ensures  .trip. '  >; WiUi-the' expertencetl' ,  <of driver Alec ^Gibson-atr the  awheel the Tml^ed Wotiy   _��dBnSST5-^_J '2^'W^!^^^ >^*W^ffir4Hfo  4* and a Mop for lunch was   m^SSSS^mmmU^Si  ^Z^Tt-^' ^*e ^^   *>* ^ur^daughter 45ra^d out 1  v     ----- __^ " "**>��-* -^wp���I������^i���   n   iihi��ih-*-^�����__,^m__-_____-___���_____ .    .. S   -���*--i  NEW or U  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  .< '<"  SECHELT, B.C.  Pli? 1B85-21II . Ted >flreWe  ,��   . * �������*���.   ���. _   .    \A I *     * -n ��j  Cfscin 5c?w Cenfre  "-������       \Wilson Creek  <* ���   f *        j"  Ocofert for P.M. Conodion - McCulloch .  * / Homelite - Pioneer and Stihl Chain Sows.  ,    COMPLETESTOCKOFALLMODEtS  ,    i.   Ports ond Repair Service     ,  Telephone 885-9626  mmt^mm  J".   _ ,. ,���7i^'Vrk*'*  '_VJ_*'    _.���*   �����**.*' ���*.*?*�������- '   ������       , -     ��p,*S��,1��pp*��  Phone 886-9857^  v_rf__xJjti  COAST PAVING LTD.  Your Peninsula Centre  for Furniture, Appliances  .** Soles*.ond,Service  Richier'j T.V. & Radio lid.  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9777  tmmifmmmmwmemm *��^m*_  kmU  i i  Shell Oil'Dis^ibutor  i  GIBSONS, B.C.      ,  Phone 886-2133  .-.-. i.----������ .      i  i   -i.ln.     nrfftpp-rp-n-ntwu-imw-y^nip^^niij |  **m "*"' '.mmmmmmmtfmmmmmmmmmi  X  Plumbing and Healing '  i i.  i   pLet, u�� i cater to  'mm  service you can count on  .���*' I      ^ ,(.     i ' H -,       *  Anytime,- any f   ^       ���*  weatbe/,, you can  count fon us '4or   -  . ' ^romW^livery.ol'V;  top-quality fuel oil.  v OuHeWice contract** '  offers yoo many ad*  >\f vantages,, ntonjey*., ^  ]</ Wise and otherwise.  7Ge�� the focu and  figuresl ,  SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR  .   .     .    ,   Gibsons 886-2133  �� We carry a full  line of  _      SHELL PRODUCTS  everything ior :the Hoihe; FarW^^Tall  Marine Products. Courteous drivers are  at your c-all at all times, just pick.uplthe  ^hone and call-Budd Kiewits at.Gihspns  886-2133  for -Delivery, anywhere, from Sechelt to  ���   Port Mellon.  ���*�����������������"��������� i.  ,'.���-.      -,��� , w ly   ,  8  V    * 7  ,y\ , 5    Box 545. Gibsons, B.C.  S    _   ' 8     r  ; J   J    FAVJN^:^SfH^LT^DIllVEWAyS  !   I     PARKING A11EAS - ROADS ETC. ^i  -.   ����--��(jv  o^-^u*.^     ^-^^a,,^       ,�� j, v  - *.- r��  ��- ^��^<-r���^*����---*-w--r---��---jr���-r-y���f-y,--^:,-^.,,-,  r  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  >   .*,  ,"  | l^^tssoilSSRiSiPEiaiS  Vjlj lafi ffiej Coin   Dry  Cleaners", 1  i   S   Sunnycrest Plozo,   , Phone 886-2231  !1  S I ' *��i  ��� -t_M-*a-t->��-**--'-*����--w^i-iMl-an-i1-ii.-..-i-   .in    ���    ���        .i     ��� i  1  ^   J Im,  I   f  j. r(r_~n  i  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMITED  Heating & Su��olies  llFREE ESTIMATES  Super Kem/one  Sherwin i William Paints  'if  ?,v  L  Phone ~886-9533  it!  ���><W��r<>j-MWIW-^^MB|l��JMP<_Mi  ^mmmmmmmmm^mm^mmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmm^mmmmrtm^mmmpsmmmm^  | PLANNING A NEW HOr^E?        |  S   Adding a room or two ��� or just re-*  decorating? vSea us first for all your   !j  requirements  all -your Plumb  ing ond Heat*  7ing needs. Oil  Co. or Dank financing available.  SUPPLIES  and  ���fVMi***.'!      *4*>.��-��V"*"��* *' �����W��i**''��'**J��*f��*��V  SERVICE  p J.Up  ^Benner/: Bros*  FURNITURE AND PAINT  ST0IRE      ,   ,   .  SECHELT  Phono 885-2058,  I >     ��� ��'p K' V    ,in    ,   ,   j   ,('!��,   ,p    i  p1 (i, i i f,    i   ,,    ,,  ��"w<<w��fp*-fi��r*��w��IKMW^WHMWW,.l.,t;.,,>lt<l  t ��  t**f IHllpfl ��^MW-Sy*4-ltf f *ff*��*^f-S.i  summer^^:ota^nce;7!  M-l     '  m&hed  i hi ���  ^srddn  ion  t#'i (tA^s ifc'i>t#f*M>'t W-a^-Mif-J <t|  Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-9941  I, , ' '  W>l   /i    ll !i    ,->,  pVtf  | fiwtff {Building Supplies  j   Phono 885-2283 Sechelt, B,C,  a V^ I *.**(- ��"*���-    i  t��   h^.siiPWi^((.Mi-!��.,|wi<'i(i.*.w &  [  i^frMi^Ad^^^S^U&Si^-X, K.v&*-$y 'VSW* **$��$  'U  ^tHW^^SfS^  >f^p*^^l����*S��!MW��,--W*'lsfi'<.  > .-it a.  w*  J  i  J  I     Mi  11*  '<   I  .1    , ���  ft w  ' I-  *' '  I 'J'  , 7  �� .i  * *i  ! '���  Page 6    Sechelt Peninsulo Times * vWed.,\$e|>t; tS/fejfiS  (t  Worthy project  !' i  Power Squadrons group  possible on Peninsula  KEJEN INTEREST has already been shown in the Basic- -*�� ���,  Piloting Course which will be held this winter unjfcr. *  *���  the joint auspices of the Adult EducatioKPfograitf^T^"^  Canadian Power Squadrons. ��� , ��� ' 7 ���-.    "  on September 29, 30 and October 1st with a very informative  Local champion  THE ONLY B.C. representative at the West Coast Muz   zle loading Championships held m ClaekamasThear, program planned*'At the Van  Portland, Oregon, was Recreation Director Phil'Law- couver Hotel on September 30  rence. Sons Chris and David are justly proud* of the trophy and engraved plaque proving their father's prowess  with a muzzle loading rifle, fired at 50 yds. and the even  more antique flint-lock pistol fired at 25 yds. The event  is a three-day affair drawing marksmen from California,  Washington, Oregon and Wyoming.  Donate $42939  St. Maryrs Auxiliary  season  of   support   might   mean   no  smorgasbord this year.  The   annual   Hospital  Auxiliaries Convention will be held  SECHELT Auxiliary .to St. Mary's Hospital, met at the  hospital on Sept. 9 at 2 p.m. President Mrs. J. Redman welcomed back 17 members, after the summer recess.  Roberts Creek Auxiliary *ave  extended an invitation to a  Friendship Tea, to be held at  the Legion Hall (Lower Road)  at 2 p.m, on Sept. 21st. This  will be an opportunity to'meet  members from the other auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital,  so-please plan to attend.  * A; letter from Mr. N. Buckley, administrator, ,was read  thanking the auxiliary for a  cheque for $429.99 which was  used to purchase instruments,  operating room items and a  dictaphone,  V Mrs. O. Moscrip gave a report on the Business Luncheon  held   in   June.   Approximately  ��� 100, were' present to make'this  ���another successful event.  ���Mrs-. C. Connor reported that  more typists wore needed to  complete the work on the1 Cook  Book. It is hoped it will be  ready for 'sale by Christmas.  ���y Show case items are selling,  well and more baby sets are  still needed, Those Interested  |n knitting contact Mrs. J. Redman and wool will be provided.  Volunter workers havc been  doing personal shopping for the  patients -three days a week.  This is very rewarding work  ���and those Interested , please  contact Mrs, A,  Redman.  A,,Christmas,raffle is being  planned by Mrs, E. Paetkau,  convener. Mrs. ti. Batchelor  has donated a velvet wall hang*  Ing aB onp prize >and two others  (Will be nnnounccd next month,  A smorgasbord committee Is  to meet nt 2 p.m. September  22 Jn ,he hospital. All interested are urged to attend to make  defjnlte  arrangements.  A lack  at 1:30 p.m. Jack Webster will  be on a panel on Medicare and  at 2:30 p.m. Volunteer Work  will be the topic. This is an  "Open Day" and anyone interested is encouraged to attend.  A raffle of a beautiful embroidered table cloth njade  and doiUktedjjsbygjMrs. A. Gordon was won-by-Mrs. A. Swan.  The .next meeting will he  held at the Hospital on October 14th _t 2 p.m. Mrs, L. Benner and 'Sirs.: E. Messner are  hoping for more donations of  home * baking to be sold among  the members.  Lectures will be held in Pender Harbour, Sechelt and Gibsons, if sufficient interest is  shown in each area. Success in  the spring examination may  make it possible for a Power  Squadron* to be formed on the  Sunshine Coast.  Included ro the fee for the  course is a volume of Chapman's, "Piloting, Seamanship  and Small Boat Handling", a  copy of which every boat owner should posse-si.  The course includes elements  of seamanship, how to handle  a toat. how to read charts and  use a compass, safe navigation^  in unfamiliar waters and under adverse weather conditions,  the right way to, -anchor and  dock, how to tie knots, interpretation of buoys and lights,  marine customs, boating terms,  flag  etiquette.   In  fact  every  thing   required   to   distinguish  the seaman from the operator.   ' <  The Canadian poorer Squads t  rons flag is respected every- * v  where on the water and those ,  who have earned the -right fa  fly the flag-are proud, of their'  attainment. In addition tov tHe    "  basic course there are nine ^ad-  -vanced-courses-enatoltng-mem-f�����~  bers to improve their qualifications.  Membership in the C.P.S,  has many advantages���marine  insurance premiums are lower,  participation in varied pro-*  grams of social and cruising  activities and tbe policy is to  promote safety, courtesy and  good fellowship afloat.  The nice thing about winter  sports is that they keep you  in the condition necessary to  survive them.  I wouldn't want to say my  wife always gets her own way  and does* everything that she  wants to do���but she does write  out her diary a week ahead of  time.  ROBERTS CREEK  Credit Union  :Wi'-"^;:l";^-'Sedieltis:B.Cf';-"-''"i;-''J-'-i'  OPEN TUES. to FRI.  11 o.m. to 5 p.m.  SAYINGS  Personol and Real Estate Loons.  Also Endowment toons.  Grade 10 Certificate Programme Requirements  English 20 or 21; Social Studies 20; Science 10; Mathematics 20 or 21; TWO other courses at the  Grade 10 level or above. ,���',,,'"  i ���     ��� 7 ' ' '     'i    i   7  Grade 12 High School Graduation - General Programme Re*  quiremenfs  Science 10; Mathematics 30 or both Math. 21 and 31; Social Studies 30; English 40 or both^ English  31 and 41; a sequence of TWO courses in any of the following: Industrial Arts, Home Economics,  Foreign Language/Commerce, Vocational Subjects; FOUR additional courses, two of which must  be taken at Night School.  i ,������,.;:���'���      ;, ������.'''���',   ������ |  i p ' ' ; ���       .   ��, .,���   ,' ���  Grade 12 High School Graduation - University Programme Rer  quiremenfs  Science 20; Foreign Language 20; Social Studies 30; Mathematics 30; English 40; THREE of the  following courses: Mathematics 91, Chemistry 11, Physics 11, Biology 91,  Senior Matriculation (Grade 13) Requirements  (a) English 100/101 (b) FOUR of tho following courses; Mathematics 101 or 120, French 110 or 120,  Ja^?,9?0',1!00'120'6"5^900'101'1*011" "0 or 120, Biology 100, Zoology 105, Chemistry  101, Physics 101, History 101 (World), History 102 (Canadian), Spanish 110 or 120,  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  ,. SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. Oftfi.2111  -Tod Farewell  Any adult 19 years of age or over may be given permission to enrol in the above classes,  Public meetings to discuss the programmes and to set up classes tor which there is suf��  ticient demand will be held at >  Elphinstone Secondary School Gymnasium at 7 p-m., on Monday, September 20   ?ec^e!l Elementary School Actlvl^Room  Pender Harbour Secondary School Gymnasium at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, September 28  Interested adults unable to attend should telephone tho Director of Adult Education at 886-2141 bo-  aZL^iiM   I ryw *"? ^2Sf >rhich are set up will probably run twico-woekly for 2 hours from  �� ��5 on1 n     i��" fT^lh�� *?��M pcr cour,��' Th0 cost of b00k* '����� oxtra a"d may We from $5.00  to $10.00 or so. Department of Education correspondence courses can bo arranged for any subjects not offer-  \&^%^ b�� ���ihMQ "! *? "��"l��'*-* ��N �� 9eJe^UxpCionf:  aMe^e!^.;!^ i^T* *��" ���� ^ M^ ��* '^ ��dU��",0n' Counsellor, will obo be avail-  i4'i.-   + H ti-.Hi/ -,\ 1,-n p.^f^  7'" '  .......ll.�����H ���i\,\.  ,   r ,.,, | i-*r"A,  'i   7 . i,  ,i .���. 1(l|, ,1...... SiWiili^*^^^ ^^-V^^s&S^t^ t^^tJ^Js^   TT^/^^-k-rv, .SW-S-^-V-ij^^ -4-^, ���  -j^pWWofc'{!P��^^*-*t��^> Atufv+wtrww.'  HHw^m^y*-***  ���, JWf    >>��V V-^**J*!( ���"������r^J ">C /��*>"-'  - r-ff-^Wft^ii-t^wWiJit^t^^falatfd^-i  i-r^p  W^Sept^lS; 1965    Secfietf Peninsula Tiines   .frageX  - ' * * ^   *-   ,   * .  �����������_-< Ep*i_ -      <    ,   - *���    ^.r    i  | sowen .report;, .  -f&et, fMtJEor ^angd^evwim^the^liadiprgottett^here he was go- * 4  p^^?-1 seeing'as arneb #s po<��    ing,���and-gone home!- ���v,. .     s **  [*��� ?ible^>fsttu^ountry~ and 'also t ^Ourgroupr, wittefyuntein now  ..*-.-    , Wrong-road 4   ,-    *.-,..-.��� -������  3^#K^^^^ _ - -   SIS 5.* �� , ^ b*ghWay at tRe notorious rGibsoRS S. tne'timing of their worfcr stop- "*k Wife Helen, wear Jo a flor- ventSre, carried &e fountain on  tsena last weekend by a speeder who faited;to stop7\page. ---'V ?-> ��� -* '* ' *- Jst sfcop, *nd��there found the , board. It was a long time since  UamageMVas fortunately Slight'but inconvenience "was"' Bob Griffith %nd* B_nny "pe^ect gift", on dipslay. It Iiropji, so they ,4hankfjilly left  considerable. 7    '   , ���' ��� * Vaughn' -have * arrived "home*   was^a water fountain' which ��� their, burden in-charge  of  a^  Egmont Eye  front the  fishing- gorunds - up   would serve beautifully  as  a  ul 1J      *   ",J3ull Harbour way 4mf are" the1' direction finder, for the blind  * '   -���*"���'��� first vof' ourUoeil^trollerS' to" -guests *at -CNIB Juodge. There  y '       ' make Jah Appearance. vBob7 in ' ��was a'hftsty conference with tbe  ������_ !���___. This * "New 'Dawn"*, and Benny,    rest ^f^he,group, and, undaunt-  -���by John Duniop , with-his" "Ceep'eecee" both re-   ?*? by its size and weight, our  port  a ��� pretty* fair  season in1  PttruiDtpeenn? ���*     *^r '���   '     .    * - ��..* _ ,~ .-        port a;pretty fair  season in- friends made arrangements for  S        ���   Step���Vancouver service station opera-/ spite of'lo'ts of fog.' Also W*"  iVs transfer to the cafe where  PA'im/.2S v M-|tJtuted a policy of CASH OR CREDIT   tedfcav Charman's "Cachalot" a taxi was ���� P-ck t_em up in  ^*       VWLY,.,effeCbvP atthe beginning of this month,    today, tied up-to our govern*    time-to-catch-_ie-6:30 ferry for  1 his policy Will prove a boon to those adopting it,- as it    ment  fl��at*   Heard  that Dave    Horseshoe Bay  has in other parts of the province where it is now 'in ef-   has" had some tougb Iuc3-* *is  feet.  Credit sales have always, been,  a" major problem, not only to  the service station operator, but  to the great majority of small,  independent businessmen, particularly to those engaged- in  retail merchandising. Largcop-  erations usually have their own  credit departments and are in  a jjosition to make a thorough  investigation into the record of  prospective, buyers. In addition,  their attitude to the customer is  on * a more impersonalv basis  than that of the small merchant  and U Is much easier for vthem  to say ��No.'  Credit sales, in rural districts, confront local merchants  tnejr-exmaple.-as far asiposst*���of~theTime  season being tied  up for repairs for*a  considerable part  There was-great suspense as  the time drew near and no  fountain was in sight. Finally  -_.-,  _   __,-���_ 'of  ���  crew- member and headed for7  jthe,dining room, only to find  themselves at the end of a long ���  line,-and I am told that Dene, *-  Couch, forced to pocket his -.  m^al^ or leave at-behind,' was ^  still eating, a piece of ,toast" j  when* they boarded the. VBowen :  Queen" for the last leg* of the 7  journey.   > - 7 ->  The  fountain  was  somehow  hidden ? and   presented..to -the    ,  lodge  manager  and   staff  the  '   ���see page 13  ble  Freeloaders and>deadbeats       Mrs.' pau_nr Griffith -is un-  K��-'-      >?��Al0??'  b��n"^e ^dergoing -treatment    in    St.    *  money-on-the-back'     of    >tbe. _ aviary's Hospital for aji aUergy -��-  *     ,  *whiclt -has" troubled   her  fbr  v,--��   ,some   time.   Husband   _Cen  is  small merchant.*  EGMONT  EYEDROPS  Five-year-old J��arie JFenseii  hit ��� the headlinosVon Sept. 5.  Marie, daughter ��of Irene. and<  Art,.Jensen of Egmont, strayed  away from (heir mother awhile  -on a tiip,io Vancouver. In company with ,Jtwo .teen^gej girls,  Marie became separated' from  expected" home any day from  the"*ribrthern trolling grounds so  jit is-a  safe bet that Pauline  will'-be an ^mpatient^ patient'  ^  -for'the ^rieict* few days.  v  Our six local members of the  Sunshine -Cpast   Business   and  professional W.C. * (wrong5 Char-"  He; Ihe letters stand ior v'Wom7"  her parents at;T p:m.- on-Sun^-en's -aub*) took oft4ast night  .day and, despite continued ra- for^'the 'firs, meeting or the  diod)ro^lcasts and an intensive   klub's Tall -and -Winter^ses^iori,^  ���           ,.���������    search by the Vancouver Police   ^Dorothy Bosch, Mae and-Helen '  witj> many problems not exper- Depsirtmept, was not found un- jBathgate.V Vi 'BerntzenJ. Jean J*  ieneed by their city -counter- til 2, p.m. 'the -following day. fJeffries/and lily Duniop were '  parts, independent seasonal Seems that the two older girls, ^the" Egmont galir who atterided  workers and smalt- contractors mends of the family/ could not rthe* dinner meeting at Ole's r l  ma4ke up a large portion of the' locate tbe 'hotel 'in- which the {Cove' Resort and-Dining Room  consumer purchasing power in Jenseps .were, fitaying,-^checked {Isabel Dawson of Powell River  i.uch areas. Extending ���������������� J��- >n for th*�� niwht in nnnfhA^ i.A. ..._a ������rrJ;.i--_ f_. ^ 7" ^"."i  necessary in .many insl  is also good business  from the' merchant'!  providing Uiat payi  when promised: /        lice sported them, the two 14-   ivri^ri"^ldertVtt(?wgai_t  Credit grahtcrs- - associations .year-olds "badly, .frightened and   ;-zaUon, >ho i*was"accbm^anyiog -  claim   that   approximately ^98   ,M/*ne /entirely     unconcerned   ;her", were stranded at Saltery  per! cent of people are 4Funda-V   about tbe whole affair. .    ifiay  and-'were  unable  to  at-  mentally   honest'.   In  .other.    The j new , ferry on Jervis In-   itend. Better luck next time Isa*  words, they intend to pay soon*    ict,  MV  Powell  River Queen    }bel. Egmont can,well be proud ���  cr -or bte^  Unfortunately^ for   ,has   been '.experiencing ' uriex-   * of the Support ifhas biveh to .  the,, merchant,  some of them,    pected delays In her first two   ���ihc*1 B&PWC:1'Almost/100. per.,   I  for,justlOablcV(or other) rea-    weeks of service *;Qn Sept.  .    *ent of those Eligible for-mem-- j  sons, do not get around, to it,    there was  some trouble with    ber^hipar'e pow in theorg'aniza- ���* 1  the Earl's Cove loading ramp.    tion; B^n8 a'mere male, I can*  This .resulted In,the'southbound . not' sPealc with authority and  traffic being unable to dlschi*1 -��� ��� that jt's/recommenda'tions.ajre  bark for' some timer while a*   HsteWed'te'ln buslnessr,- profes*,-*  long  Hnc  of  northbound   cars  built up on the highway for a  considerable distance south of  thc ferry landing. Now we hear  of   wildcat   strikes   which  delayed sailings on two occasions  during the past week. Premier  Bennett and the ,top ��� brass' nf  tho B.C. Ferries,.were fortunate ,  In having no, such inconvenlcn*';  ccs to disrupt thc Inaugural run  Those with the (other) reasons  couldn't care less., Because of  this attitude, service station op*  orators, purveyors of foodstuffs  nnd other expendable commodities arc taking a closer-look nt  their own cash positions and  nro 'U-ylng. to find effective  means to reduce the losses incurred by poor credit risks.  Restaurants, beer parlors,  cocktail lounges and other  forms of entertainment found  the answer a long time ago.  Others could do well to follow  sloijal and government circles,  both provincial and federal. Be* ���  lng: a  new chapter, the local  club is seeking members. En-  quires'    regarding     eligibility,  membership, etc, will be gladly answered ^by the secretary,,  Mrs.   Grace  .Harling   (Phone  883:236C> or by any member.  USE TIMES AD BRIEFS  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service oi  SEQ*4ELT,.-AGENCIES' LTD., Phone Sechelt, .Peninsula,  Times direct for iree listings, specifying "Dote Pad".  Please note'that space is limited and some advance dates  may have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details.  ��V-< A *-j  ������    r >>     ������ 1-.' -^ ���* . ��� .   . ,  -r Sept;, 15���*-8:00 p.m. Activity Room, Sechelt Elementary  j      ��� School,   P.T.A.   meeting   Mr.   H.   Klyne   Headley,  "Music Supervisor will outline Music Program.  ''Sei>f7l��^-2f36 p.m". St Hilda's .Chui-ch Hall. O.A.P.O.  v\*   ' meeting.  Sept. 16���-8:00 p!m. Activity Room, Sechelt Elementary  \    " School.  Sechelt .Film   Cldb, .registration   ond  film  show, ,1st of series.  l Sept. 1 I'D���-8:00 p.m, Roberts Creek Community Hall.  t" -, Dr. Brock Chisholm,-speaker. Topic, ''Are Our An*  --'   ���  cestral Patterns Obsolete'1.  .������September, 18���8:00 p.m. "Elphinstone Secondary School,  ���j,        Gibsons, B.C. Commencement-Exercises.    .    .   .  .'Sept.   21-22���8:00   p.m,, Gibsons   Elementary  School.  l  r., McLaren Film Festival.  A FEW CHOICE LOTS LEFT  ? \       TERA/IS? YOU BET!  H. Gregory 885-9392  Sechelt Agencies Ltd/ 885-2161  SECHai AGBICIES LTD;  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Rood Phone 885-2161  *-j  I ��^*^^ft��-��!W**|iJiMP��*^*��MtW  ���1,  B  i  I  If  11  In  #  H  _?��  m  *.  ft  I  *���!  w-  ��� ���*  '("  'n  n  .r  'A  ���      **  -\]  &<C  "���   t'V  .  f_  W  '    Wi  t^umi* wvm KtJfv. **��p--WA^L  y  \k-  ft 1  WA  kz  \%:  St-  I '  k|,v  i!  I   SEPTEMBER16 - 25  ���5*1    '  %^ppJPf^mm^JFjP^ff0J'mmmmmmmmmmmm��mmmmmmm0mmi  HARPWARE  SECHEtTf B.C.  Watch For Our Flyers!  Si  .:.,.u.  (t��,  Jr,' ���  ���s  i'��*,  if*  ' ���   fir  l*i   ^  -J*-**"- '-~ii t  /-V^V^^f5^^^^^  _tli.i*** L"-r  4.  r  '     it  ���   e  Page 8 ��   Secfielr Peninsula Timek     Wed:r S'gjft^S, I96S    September 1218th J,  .  ���  ���j p.r^,  ^  >  Tree planting ceremony  f /.     . \ ���'    w       -,1   7  V -  honors forest industry  1 K  TaniaiDcrwti  Esslemqni\ yr^Jy^r ,*  PASSED awayiSeptemher>~;ioV>^^  7'1965; Tarda? Dawn \Es$lemq��ts 7' .'  ,of   Granthams-landing;   B'.C*77,/k '  -Beloved   infant - daughter, ,"��� of > 0 *17  Steve and Elizabeth. Esslemoht" -,,,;'  also1 survived 'by "on�� brother" '^7  WATER , bombing : exhibits,   tree-planting - ceremonies; ��"S����3! ^SS^ '*  >   :and,tours:ofW P^ucte ^ in commumUe, ^^^0^^   .-'���  throughout' the iprovince are scheduled for this week . ' �� t   Glt   0ntario-.<..���  (Sept._12-18) as! the BIG: forest products mdustry^share_s Jj^' jJ^V .se_vice- was * ^ - -  in the annual observation of National Forest Products held Tuesday,  September _.,,)"  JVeek.    *-       v.    l       , ��� j965 in the Family Chapel of  The industry Vhich provides    WMtern Forest Industries mm ^ Harvey Funeral Bbme/Gib-'*     -  50 cents of every doUar of in-    J*^^ Bay    Wednes sons, B.C., Bev. J. |L Kelly  come earned ;by B.C   will be    f ^.TLtBp?oductfm?U officiated.   Interment, , Seaview  "going all out" to tell the pub-    ufy,', A .;�����:. ,,���.  -,��ii_-���-4. Ppmnterv ��� -     -r  lie of its activities.  j*���  5 V  11  '1  ' w.  j1-  Learning aids  DISTRICT Librarian W. W- Dober who is custodian of  some 4,000. library books, films and film strips, records and picture sets, displays some ofrthejascinating  -jiiodels-manufactaredbythe-Denojrei^eppert-eorof-ehK   B7CTr^rKroBicTaVls~and mem-  cago. These unbreakable models of the ear, heart, eye   bers'of the Canadian Forestry  and a generalized flower model, illustrate the intricate   Association,  mechanism of these organs. .  In-Vancouver the highlight ol  National Forest Products Week  was the planting at 3 p.m. on  Sunday, Sept. 12, of young sugar-maple- trees-flown -to- the-  cityjrom Ottawa. Presented by  Centennial - Commissioner John  Fisher, the ^ young maples were  planted in Queen Elizabeth Arboretum on Little Mountain  (33rd and Cambie Street entrance). In attendance w��.re  some 200 Junior Forest Wardens and 25 Girl Forest Guards,  along with Alderman Hugh  Bird, representing City Council; Harold Dagg, B.C. chairman of NFPW; E. R. Taylor,  president    of   Vancouver   Hoo     "Mirhrrtzl Jnhn  Hoo Club, a forest industry fra-    ��� ���.      J '  ternal   organization;   Ian   Ma-    CalUnan  hood    vice-president   of   the    PAssed   away   September   3,  Council of Forest Industries of  at Youbou; Thursday, Hillcrest,  Lumber mill at Lake Cowichan;  Saturday (Sept. 19), B.C. Forest Products mill at Crofton;  Tuesday, MB&PR sawmill at  Chemainus.    Bounding out NFPW, Paul  Marshal, president, Columbia  Cellulose Co. Ltd., will address  Vancouver Board of Trade on  a forest industry subject on  Monday, September 20.  The B.C. forest products industry now employs over 75,000  British Columbians with an  estimated payroll of $475,000,-  000.  Cemetery.  -lS65r-in -MaidstonerSaskatehe-  P.H. Auxiliary  discuss Hbazaarvv"  REGULAR meeting of the Pen- *  der Harbour Auxiliary to St  Mary's  was  held  at Madeira  Park Medical  Clinic,  Wednes** s  day,   Sept.   8 r with   president -  Mrs.  J.  Love welcoming new  members and representatives.  Report   from   the   Peninsula  Auxiliary   Co-ordinating* com<  mittee revealed many J interesting   suggestions   which   had"  bscn put forward. -    * '���  Volunteers for shopping service to patients, were informed . that   a   meeting" * of   the  -groups���has-been^-set���for���Tues-���  wan, Michael John Callinan of   yday, Sept. 14 at 1:30 p.m. In  Fifteen of the young sugar  maple trees were flown to the  west a coast from Ottawa, and,  similar tree-planting ceremonies will be held in Penticton,  Kelowna, Vernon, Quesnel,  Kamloops, Victoria, Nanaimo,  Prince ��� George, Williams Lake  and other B.C. communities.  In Victoria on, Saturday,(Sept.  11) a huge Martin, Mars water  bomber-  swung   over   Beacon  ONE OF 138 trainers for the Girl Guides of Canada���   Hill Park 4to "douse a small "J'for-  * Guides du Canada attending the All-Canada Trainers' ,,est fire." Fire-fighting jugs*_lso  Conference;in" Ottawa Aug;" 15317MrV.-~Betty"Allen of.#��* Pa# ** the ��ho# and there  Mrs. Betty Allen . . .  Gibsons Guide trainer  reports oil conference  Saskatchewan, Victoria and Ro  berts Creek, B.C. Survived by  two daughters, Mrs. W. L  Kirkland, Roberts Creek, B.C.  and Miss Mona Callinan, Victoria. B.C., also grandchildren.  Graveside funeral service was  held September 9, 1963 at 9:30  a m. Rev. Father F. J. Nash  officiated. Interment r Seaview  Cemetery. Harvey '"Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B.C., directors.  the Therapy room at St.  Mary's. Everyone interested is  -Invited to attend.  The coming fall bazaar details were high on the list- of  ���\he agenda and various ideas  were offered regarding the  event.  Next monthly meeting willv  be held al the medical clinic,  Oct, 13 at 2 p.m." '  Gibsons; is'-home again full of new ideas.for her Guide  work this fall.  1 > t  ��� / *  \ >  , s  t.^.    'I-*'   . ***'  Planned to help Canadian  trainers gain a better understanding, of how., adults learn,  and to prepare them for the  "new look" the Guide program  ���will take on this September,.the  conference was a busy time for"  all.  ���    ���'  Director*4 and co-ordinator of  the conference was'Dr. Alan M.  Thomas, Toronto, Director of  the Canadian Association for  Adult Education, assisted by  R. M. MacDonald of Sir George  Williams College, Montreal, and  Miss Marjorie Smith, Vancouver, of the Department of Extension, University. pf B.C.,  -   Mrs. Allen reports;  "We met other trainers from  every province, arid saw skill  sessions "presented by them. Between lectures wc learned how  to use audio-visual aids,' received new program ideas for  thc new Canadian Guide program and learned new games,  music and handicrafts.  "We   particularly   enjoyed   a  boat   ride   along   thc   Rideau  ' Canal' from   Carlcton   College  where the conference was held  to   tho   Parliament   Buildings,  At noon, wc heard a Carillon  Concert from'the Peace Tower  ���a program planned especially  for us, with Girl Guide songs,  Our biggest thrill was hearing  our   Girl    Guide-Girl   Scout  World Song,  which  was composed  by  Sibelius. The Caril*  lonncur played it to honor us  and to mark tho centenary of  the famous Finnish composer.  ...It. was a. special.arrangement ...  for tho  Carillon  and  sounded  marvellous  floating  over  Parliament Hill. Then wo wore escorted through tho Parliament  Buildings, In the afternoon we  wefc taken on a bus tour of Ottawa   and   Hull,   Quebec,   and  Mirroundipg. countryside,  ,.  In. the Gatlneau Hills, eight  mllca from lhe Peace Tower,  there Is  a  charming  domain,  ornamented by gardens and Ira-  versed by walks and once belonged to a famous man. On  one side lies the valley of the  Ottawa, in another direction the  mountain loch- called Kings-  mere, while north-westward  loom- the hills. This is the Mackenzie King Estate, the property of the Canadian people, and  part of the 75,000-acre Gatineau  Park. In this beautiful setting  we stopped for afternoon tea.  In the evening arrangements  had bcen made for a leisurely  boat trip along the Ottawa River coming to a spectacular-  close when we arrived back to  the magnificent view of the  Parliament Buildings and Chateau Laurier ablaze with  lights," ,  TEENAGE  ACNE  Teenagers and young adults  are often troubled by acne, a  skin condition that is cmbar*  rassing and disfiguring. As  soon as acne appears, the family doctor or a skin specialist  should be consulted so that diagnosis may be made and treatment prescribed.  was a log birling display.  Lands,   Forests\and   ^Water^  Resources' -Minister. Ray yWillisv  ton* spoke in Victoria on "The  Forest Industry in our Economy."  Mr. Williston also will be  featured in special NFPW interviews on Wednesday, Sept. 15,  on"CBC-TV and CHAN-TV.  At Duncan, Dean J. A. F.  Gardner, of the UBC forestry  faculty, addressed a special  NFJPW dinner meeting on Tuesday, Sept: >14 on "Forest Products Research."  New Westminster Chamber  of Commerce will mark NFPW  with a visit to forest products  mills at Port Alberni on Thursday, Sept. 16, and luncheon  with members of Port Alberni  Chamber of Commerce and representatives of.' MacMillan',  Bloedel and Powell River Ltd..  ,ln Vancouver, Canadian Forest Products Ltd. will hold  "open house" at Its Eburnc  Saw Mills Division, 9149. Hudson, with tours at 9:30 a.m, and  1;30 to 6 p,m. There will be a  |>rizc draw.  Other "open house",a,ctlv,ltles,  at Vancouver Island forest pro*  , ducts mills include:7     " '  Tuesday,   "open   Ijombc."',  ot  '5i*i,.i;t;r.|.>-|;  SALAL  RIED FERN & MOSS SUPPLY  SECHELT, B.C.  _ NOW OPEN ���.���,_���   TOP PRICES PAID FOR SALAL  NEW PICKERS WELCOME  Call 885-9313 for further  Information  LOCATED IM THEATRE BUILDING,  SECHELTrD,C.  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  Let us supply all your Tire  requirements  Qualify - Sorvico - Economy u -  GIBSONS m SERVICE  ii^,lt~,*,    ���t_ ,*i***n        t  Phono 886-2572  ���.-WW wW- ����� MimiMuu.imwwffpp  mnHmmiMB  For Easy Budget Terma  Use Your SHELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loan  V  ,-"* ���  ���..14  ,��.i ,*... .1   t-rt^1   t..l..,r*'*��.i4^>KL'4fW��lV.W'WtP,1k<��<.A^  if   '   p' "'* ' tV" -:   P' '"  '     l!    "'  '  '   "'p I     I     '   1      ' J  ��,....:..l,_,.'J.JJp..,l.....p,..lj.iU..,.-.,,.-J..L���...J.���l��.J,i.t.i��.L... :   �� a_v, 77 , * 7S p ^  /^  \    ^ *vH 77 *? \^$s ^^ys.  ���   "in  i   ft*  Only Nature can make a tree,  lut Man can build a forest.  Tl^e timberlands we manage will yield  40% more wood than Nature's ever did.  /  /  **> l>*  Take our "ten-year forestry propun. In logged and thinly  treed areas, we'll be planing,forty million new seedlings,  In crowded spots, we'll thin the trees to provide space for  faster growth,* (The thinnings?-They'll bo* used-too: sold*  to world markets as pulp and paper.) And as always, we'll  be waging tho endless war against the enemies of the forest.  Preventing Are, controlling insects and disease. The lands  vr$ manage under this Intensive program, arc* growing up  to 40% more wood per acre than NatureVforests. Growing  it faster, too - by as much as ten years.^ Unselfish? Hardly.  -We hope 4o *be-harvesting and marketing our-products  when your children and theirs are looking to the forest nv  dustry for their livelihood. Let's Say it's just good business.  An agreement between MB&PR,and your grandchildren.  W*!*-��*f*M-.^**H****W A**** it- ���**#      "   *M  MAClVIILLAN. BLOEDEL AND. POWELL RIVER LIMITED  ..Al  :  0  ��� 7*' ���  "H7  ������   ��� ������*.]  -,��������������� ���;-.($��  J'       1    .��    '-   ���'(������.     --* iU.  -*^1*- ���,*;   P-^jr***,-**-; ���->-. *-��,^^  --*"    -*StJ*?_t('r^J,/*(��r  ���i   V.S*.  ttV^^^wiO  $&���&&_  V '        _��  Page 10    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed, Sept. 15/1965    .j ' " *  '* '',      *" *  1      , ,      x i       '     '        ���"> -     " v"-' . * ,     -   * r3"     j,. **     ��**     ��,  ' .-  '  ' "  '      I . "'        >- ' *    '    -     i * *  ,        i *     \    <       *��� /     ' *  ;E,;Orhi3rod reviewsvVV ,7 7   ���".' ^ ���<" ; ^  * *��� - ���  -.���f  V;  .<*.  ..<���.  *���   %\  111  .'ft- GODDESS named GoldM - by^Bhabani rBhattacliarya  > - of India is a most distinguished nqvel of;*the' .time  of the Independence.        "  Forty six Grads  for certificates  WELL-EQUIPPED visitors ix>- the municipal airport last-  weekend, Bob Younie standing by-his plane and  friend Gary Evans astride portable transportation, carried with them. Both men are from Chilliwackand dropped in for gasoline en-route to Powell River on a hunting  expedition.  Airport News and Visits  , ���by G. Von de Meeberg  uv-vwUMUijf 0\.UUV1 KUCCIi) VJL  TWO WELL-EQUIPPED hunters arrived at the airport   these young   people   and   the  on the first day of the hunting season Saturday, Sept.   certificates, signed by the Dell. They were Bob Youme.and Gary Evans of Chilli-  wack.   * ���     -: -     :r"Tr: ;   FORTY-SIX   graduates   of  Elphinstone   Secondary   School  WgU receive   their  graduation-lize-5thfr voaa,mM .& ^  certificate- on Saturday even-    action iarthe coming ^^  A fable, _ - mystery, a romance <>are all" factors of the  story of the village girl- Me,era,  . who is- given^ an. amulet, that  will turn copper * into,, gold,-pro-  videdthe__wearer .does a*com-  TJletelyunselfish good deed. And  what is a-good deed in-a land  ^o^^^reaJL__extrenies"orTweartb  and poverty, of greedy moneylenders and'ambitious would-be  political'figures? The setting is  exotic, the * tale unfolds to a  music alien to our ears, but  who can say the'problems are  so very much unlike those  faced by us at times?  There is comedy, warmth- of  friendship and < c o n f u s i o ji  broughL-when the villagers rea  ing of this, week  The ceremony will climax the  secondary   school   careers   of  to follow the departure of the  English.   But-the- story   opens  ' with ��� the gathering of a smaU  group of women determined to  take steps, to end the intolerable  situation .which has arisen, be**  cause" the, wealthy "mans, of -the  . village ! has cornered \ the -, .textile market and, the priceTrtf  sarisjJjajL gone out of reach". ���>'  "V^ThTTAvife of this'man is one  "of the chief characters, and the-  steps taken to solve the matter  gives a human and humorous  play on the inter-action of-love  and greed, of love and distrust.  By all tests this is a worthwhile novel, enriching the understanding vas well- as adding  to the knowledge of another  part of our world.  If men still complain about  not being able .to understand  women, it won't hejfove lackiof  information.    ,  y  i  h  t *  ii -  ft ���  lV'.  11 *  i, ���'.  ��� **' r  . i ���  . i i  p i .'i  ��� W I���  V  V *  ___The_plane���flown���by^obTTsT  a slightly mo<��fied version of  a Taylorfcraft, built from salvaged parts of two damaged  Taylorcraft and registered as  _ an: experimental aircraft of the  ultjra light class.  The engine had been completely overhauled by Younie,  wlio also'made-his own doors  and added a couple of windows. Total flying time since  -all this 'work-has been done  is only 44 hours.  Behind'-the seat was their  laiid transportation, \oecupying  abbut 20-' byr14"j>l>y-lp". It  <\vis a iieatly folded "Scooter  Cib" which has a 2-cylinder,  4 hp erigine -^and .capable ��.of  sp ��eds 'up to 35 mph.  Cost of the gas used to fly  from Pitt Meadows to Sechelt  was $1.25.  Other airport visitors included H[. E. Justesen, president of  the .B.C. Owners and Pilots'  Association. Mr. and Mrs. A.  W, Glachan who operate a gas  station in Victoria and flew  here in their Luscombe to visit G. H. Adams but unfortunately Mr. Adams bad flown to  Campbell River.  William John  Kennedy  PASSED away September 12,  1965, William John Kennedy  of Port Mellon and Ocean JEalls,  .���B.C. Survived by three ���, seins,'  Thomas, Port MejUon, William  and' Ernest, Vancouver; B.C.'  Two daughters, Mrs. J, P. O'-  Riley, Australia and Mrs. B,  Watawitch, Ocean Falls, One  sister Mrs, A, Manlcy, Port  Arthur, Ontario, Fifteen grand*  children and two great grand*  children. Funeral service will  be held Thursday, September  1(1, 1965 at 1 p.m. from Hamilton Mortuary, Thirty-Eighth  and Fraser St., Vancouver, B.C.  Rev. McLaren officiating, Interment Ocean VleW Cemetery/  Hqrvey Funeral Hoinc, Gib*  soiis, B.C,'directors,  ���      <     *<���  <:  Soccer league  seeks coaches  ABOUT 250 boys between Port  Mellon and Pender Harbour  have expressed interest in forming soccer* teams on the Peninsula, unfortunately coaches  appear to be sadly lacking.  W. Dober, School -District  librarian and a keen soccer  enthusiast, said last week there  is one coach in Sechelt- but none  .in Pender Harbour andtso far-  no referee at all.  Games are scheduled to start  Sept. Jib .and any .adults prepared to assist are greatly. welcomed. Please phone Mr. Dober fon any information at  886-2208.  puty Minister of Education, will  become a__treasured reminder  of their-youthr������   Scholarships, bursaries and  other prizes won by the graduating class will also be presented. In the same ceremony,  prizes will be presented Xo ��� students of the previous year's  grade eleven.  This year Mr. H. Klyne  Headley, Music Supervisor for  the'Sechelt. School District, will  address the graduates.  Members of the public are  most cordially invited to attend the Commencement Exercises at 8:00 p.m. Saturday;  September 18/ 1965.    '���>-  Sechelt social notes  HERE   for   a   few   days  and  guest of  Mrs.   Olive  Porte,  Mrs.  Mrytle Johnston of Egmont.  Recent visitors to * Mr. and  Mrs. Frank Walker, Mr. .and-  Mrs. Don Jtfackie of Vancouver, also visiting the Frank  Walkers and coming up in their  own boat from Tacomat Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert  ���With Your Neighbours  Peninsula immensely ��� Mrs.  Horner and Mrs. Walker are  sisters.'  Mrs. -Rose Towriley is a  guest of Mrs. Margaret Gib-  son, here from  Vancouver.  ,<GuestL��f-~Mr.*��d Mrs. lioyd  Turner, 'Mr. and Mrs. Wally  Schad of Powell River.  Mr. and Mrk.>Turner return-  Hojjmsv _<hey -ateo bad a trip   ed faonfe-��fter a wonderful 4tip  .to*f>nnce George,leaving their   to , Kelowna" attd' way   points  boat .at Gibsons. Enjoyed the   back"by -Kamloops.V *       ^  Los   Angeles   is   represented'  by two teams���the Dodgers and  the Angels. And with the traffic out there, you're either one  or the other.  Around the Village  MR, AND Mrs.  R. Lizee and ven at the Residential School,  family have recently return- is   Steven   Reitcr   who   taught  ed to Sechelt after sp6nding-two , .twb1 years atftheWpper Nicola,  ,  weeks on vacation at Meadow; Indian Day School Mr.'-Rciten.  Lake, Sask, and sfcc weeks-in -has a colorful-biwrkground - Ac- "  Vancouver   where   Mr.   Lizee companied   by   his   immediate  has been studying for his com- family, he left his native Hun*  mercW   pilot's   license   which" gary  during  the revolution in  he^asjiwreccived,               V,1956.   Language <_��flcul^7*pce7  iRespdents, of  Porpoise  Bay,\ -vented ilum, from > resuming ibis-*,  Mr. and Mrs.^R, Campbell and teaching career in Canada but  family haVe now moved to Da* he worked in mining camps in  vitBa_; ., -the. Yukon until,he had mast-  Teaching grades six and -sc- orctl the'English'language.   >    ���  ;fe  V '-  :i*  Sp'  .'ff'��!���!��  iNEED A 'CAR?.  ��   Jn*    .    fu*ln,ic^*.***��|-M*M** l,a^iii>i  -iWH-^iaiftl^^^rfiWr^^^lp^tpS*1**  NEW br USED  ���''TRY'"' '  ���.   .',  j  Peninsula  ! Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Pb. 885-2111 . Ted For.w��ll  "������&>* "Sap*1**  fini things first! Build your life insurance and sflvinga program pn the firm  foundation of permanent cash-value life  insurance���guaranteed to serve your financial needs for life. That's ordinary life  inauranc�� fox,extraordinary value. Call;.,  ;, ''   [7 !'(,!' ' ��� ''' '��� ' '' 7    * ,\ '  ��� !\  ��� Tor f Hither^' ^  f;;qlnforwatloiff��'��p  ,. write ro,  *��   it   ,  r��*  fi  **a**,. B0JJ m 3 B f **k^*p  ��� '������^-;1:^**>.|Jr|,**l^',,,'  ��flry0nfe.B��-rkin��how  A  1'  Robert-JE, t,ofl  TUB  Great-Wost Life  ���    ^Ho-rfAnct eoMj-Amv ���*  ...     v     ., .   M5>-994\-������������     V  ���������prwvJt.. ^  TT" r   j I,     ,   j,i_n.a      m**M***^imnnMn0ml.nmtMmmimm*to  -     *       <   r S      ^ *    . '       ^*  ^J*-'" , \ t.  .    *���   ">��/'r^*   , f J    "  ^ ,       '   *  V*  J**t,~&S%  \.  ���mmmm.  :R 2, 1965  hfxv.  ���i-        1  . drainingJlncludes;  A-  RUSSIAN SCHOOL:  Nino'Sulima (/��_QSco��Bolsl?oi)T' '  ? LydiaoKarpova ,(Lerwr^��^d K?'r^ ' "  ' Alexandra Danilova'(Ballet rTusse)'  George Zorich (Ballet Russe)  CANADIAN -NAt(OMAll^CHOOL:  v.   Jomes Clouser (Wimirlpeg Ballet)  "Milerika Niderlova (Les Grands Ballets  Canadiens)  Helho Heiden (Mannheim, Germany)  '   VancQuver Bal,let School  ROYAL ACADEMY;  Jean Hart  joy Cambden  CLASSES FOR:  Beginners; from age 8  ��� Intermediate , . . ,���    ,   -, ,  Advanced  ;3k��CtED'ACCORDING TO ABILITY  INTERVIEW? AND REGISTRATION  - .,-Saturday: Scjjtcmbor 1 \,' 18," 25"'   - ?P;00 o.m. to 12i00 coon ot ihc1,(   .  ��� Studio Located at:  , ; CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CENTRE  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  For4urfherinform&ti6h^^'^  , Gibsons; 886$99<6  ��w��. ��* -'^ I'H'tin-Jhwi   f*W�� ��'>*tUil��'*iil. w i7"f7��  .7 ����,*- iV i r "." i\ A M���i  ( A  M^^Vl.*114 Is %%   Myk-iH  nji hu\    1*.  ��� jit'     \) i   t 'i- i t'-t* .��i r", **!***+>��� 'n^rpfpH, *��**., 77.7^.^77:7  "J*" "Y��y*  41   '' Kit_-*-*t  t -it '  hv  *  Ci? )���=  >���   *.  i.   > "4..,     p*  '*���   *l  1    "*  ���. v.      ^ ,,       V,     *�����  B/ow the trumpets! Beat the drums!  /f's fime ogain to save on quality  Hoover floor-care appliances. You'//  find big savings at your Hoover  dealer's all this week - look for the  colourful Hoover Days display.  *.     i  I :  7     ,   ���> >' *������.*  '       *^ J*  HOOVER  DELUXE ;  POLISHER  HOOVER  CONSTELLATION  VACUUM  CLEANER  ^���K^ttMs^W**^*^ 181 4ikt  30%  More Efficient  on Rugs  21/2 Times More  power with Tools  m  irAA  _ \  Azi-  i *:  If  * Clean* rugi at only a Hoover  con becauio it beat*, o�� it  ���weep*, qi it clean*,     < ���     f  * King *ii�� throw-away bag completely enclosed.  * New styling with motor in the  back let* cleaner go under, low,  low furniture.  * Attach hate al* knea height In  back ot cleaner - , , Juit ln��ert,  ' twl*t and you're ready to go,  With Trade In  YOU  PAY..  $I24.95  Mr. Bob Biggins  Will be in pvr store  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16  To Portions!rate  alhof the Hoover  Products!  .*S**H<e��i!MtM'l*WiUM*-.^ E|9  M.��M#il<Ml<MW*t*Wi#>��p.  (���",*  YOUR PENINSULA HOOVER DEALER!  fa  *���      tit  warn  %m  1 r  .ni  .im  1 ..1 1 ���. )��� ���tpV*-.^*-- fi^^M^* ^v. . ���s^tu?  ^>���^.>*^i*. t�� Pt���~*  *�����JIJSM.P*   **  ���   _  ^ ... >r  ***      \  Jt  '  ff  .pSj  ���r  *.  $  te  ?"���  11  1   V  If  11  r  *\  *i'  7  A  . -fi**-**  I.  ��,  /  <��>��  3    Poge 12    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Sept. 15, 1965  A      ' "            ;  ���       i     .( -���*-*~  MbmsCieetNewsf^  SS^S-E^^?3- ' U'- S } :' : >7; ��* , '--V^y-Wwew^MeSavaney  'Tm^Sf^L^^l^^ VARIOUS clubs; and'^oxnmittees;, are* getting back to  'fi^TlESi^^^^'        s--work-after -the" summer -hoIidaysrComthunity Ass'ch  ciation held-its first meeting on Wednesday, Sept." 8.  Financial statement showed a nice surplus, which is  very gratifying.         - * -  5 "Fer;r^ line-up       "*  i^ALONG the highway and up over the hill to Hopkins Landing was the scene of a La-  , -.      bor Day line to the Langdale ferry with District Manager Pete Findlayson main-  staining control assiste(|r3J.y*,a member1 of^the\ highway< police-. -~     * ' ~"   "  The hall committee also reported the necessity o| digging  a new wall, the old one having  gone dry during the summer..  Supply rot water- now seems to  be. quiteJ adequate.  Some neighborhood nuisances  were reported,  such, as bark-  which is being loaned for the  use of ,the Red Cross by the  Community Association. For  many years the Red Cross has  met and worked wherever they  could find a suitable place, but  "now they feel' they are more  h���� -,B*i"pM<u*,i��7-r.-7 kV";> permanently settled and hope  -SL^S^,?__S____ShfsJSL!. ><be able to tavite *e pub^  .Tnis . is   unorganized ������ tejfntoryi   to t view s m      f ^ {    h   d_  .^ndM^ejrefore^ve npMby-l^Ws   ,^3* a kter date  -^to-TfomaUsuch, problem^ they 7-      at a Iater date'  \ wilKljave- to Joe* solved- byrthe ^Most   people   find   it   quite  r^ersons7concerne^7to~lhe~l��_sf7?na?d~t(>'iose thei��* faMljHohfc  of their'ability. ' at a time but both Erica and  Due to the vacancy in the    Ted Ba** wil1 ^ leaving home  district of a school board rep-    together to attend Simon Fra$-  resentative, the matter of en-    fr University. Erica is attend-  Suring  .that  this   vacancy   be ^ing^under   special   regulations  put into effect this year, when;  refilled   from   the   district,v was    put m^ effect this year, where  ��'-b��>ught up for discussion, with    Kudents< of special ability who  -  ---'-* "  *" .......    bad   completed   Grade   Eleven  -couldb apply to enter university.  Ted  will  be  concentrating on  j. a^viewtof finding out tvh'a| if-  ���anything could be done at this  time. The. outcome was a decision" to* -write to the school  board ^requesting that tf meeting be held to;elect such a representative.    .  Local  Red Cross ladies, are  getting their, headquarters -pdl-  science with an cnginereing  degree in mind.  ..Hospital Auxiliary meeting to  be held Sept. 13th, will'have to  be reported later. Their plans  for the fall include .a tea for  Double line-up  ___������������  1 FBOM THE highway down to the Langdale * teimna^tHe^lin^p^incre-ised to two  i      *deep with drivers and passengers settling down to-a long,*long wait.*  son. This is the, cottage fcrm-   held in tbe Legion Hall, Sept.  eriy ..used   as  *   library   and   21st. '     p  -kA*  .-i/'-j^i. ���  j.                                . .Four deep line-up .                         ���  | FILLER to capacity inside the terminal, vehicles were 0,Manyarpcopie do. not. realize  .lined up four deep fed up but aware their wait will that this is a groui>���of i3,oco  i not be as long-as.,those further up the highway. This is members    throughout    B.C.,-  i a familiar scene' during height of the tourist season and which shows there is more im*  (.holiday times.                                         , portance to becoming an act-  ,  , :  ual momDer than just joining  ft Happy group  . .  .                                       "       ' the .local Branch.   ��-��*&����� *-                                           .               . Many privileges go with the  Bm ,     _flk^h ownership of an OAPO,rmcm-  ^^Sft^^fe r   J^s SS bcrship     card���dental    a'ssist-  IlililjjII   , _fffl    . ance hearing aids, glasses, etc.  HWHHWH-1        VtfS-Vay A,j   0jd   Agc   pensj0ncrs   are   ���,.,  e ged to g"et with this Active Or-  1&9M&W& ganization and gain the many  IbHO-IA benefits,  iBil*wa^ Branch No. 38 covers all the  .   A��� mTTT- t-* ii               u    ���            ���    j._           i-          i. �� Gibsons   area   including   Uob-  1 AS THE Fall season begins, so do the meetings of the erls Crcek   Fo- further infer  OAPO  Branch No.  38,  Gibsons,  B.C.  Plans have matlon please phone' jMcra A.  i been made to make the meetings more interesting with Haley, secretary at 890-2338  r .numerous putside, affairs, arranged. -���   f'   Anyone -^can' join \ this t group ;  Dean, Martin gave a pint of  7of   happy��-people   and.���.enjoy -J-thlrU   Monday.vof  each  month blood   to   the   Red   Cross   last  t working with them.                      and cover OAPO business, both month, But they won't let any-  i   All meetings are held at the    of the Branch nnd thc Proyin- v;onc,under ai.,have it  Health   ^Centre,    S. ��� -Fletcher  | ,Road, Gibsons.  j ,   Social   afternoons   arc   held  �� the first Monday of cach month '  \ ')\XZ pjm, with fun nt,Blngo,and  \ <of course a "Cup o' Ten".  , , , Regular meetings are on thc  GfLll/IORE'S VARIETY SHOP �� Sechelt  Wishes to thonk oil who purchased their school supplies here.  Yourpohonage is greatly opprecrated. We^apologiso for ony  inconvenience caused by short supply of some items. Wo hope  to continue to supply your school nccds.thru the school year.  Open Friday's to 9 p.m.     ���     Phone 885-9343  ieagf-iparsgisjiir  *^>M"  .,..  Sechelt,  ..BeanifylSsdoBB.  Mr. Omer Lepitre  Abovn Post afflco  '   'Cutting and Styling  pj   Tuctdoy to Saturday 9-9  I''I'.^YaunStairway To ,,  ������ Holf/Wouty"  ypJhtin&-8*85*9525  ;_ i i  Elphinstone Secondary 'School  COMMENCEMENT EXEKC455S  ELPHINSTONE AUDITORIUM  Saturday, Sepf^ 18,-1965  8:00 p.m.  GUEST SPEAKER Mt?. KLYNE HEADLEY  Everyone cordially Invited to attend,  THE  FIlMfESVmAL     ���  SEPTEMBER 21st and 22nd  at 8:00 p.m.  . GIBSONS, ELEMENTARY, .SCHOOL  PRESENTED BY  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  THE��NATIONAL -RLM (BOARD OF) CANADA  THE ROYAL..0ANK OF CANADA  ADMISSION:  One Night: $1;00 ��� Two Nights: $1.50      |  ^    *  Q^vSE^nNI^R0GRAMME EACH EVENING  SIXTEEN OR MORE McLAREN FILMS IN ALL.  -All (films-presonted'have'.Won^ritwn^lonallllm  awards at Film Festivals the world over. Many of  thesop awardsi-are major onos.  Poster Awards will bepresontod by Vancouver International Film Festival to winners at end of first  ovonlngfs .programme.  *.. <  DON'T fMSSf"ir  > win��eu**-tfa����w��** ij*.Kn*e--fi |  ���i����,#;j'* ,i ��i> �������� "*  ��..��^,.f.��*.*r*i >(i��ii ��j p-i -*f' r i,'"*-���' *p}p|-*"i Tfv*'iv'"*-^'*;*^"*"T.'*T'1T!..',>V"'''*" rip**'"*"1" ****T;J,*'"'",^f',~*'"t��!"  . ../���..r  ,r  p   I >   P  'P/|H.iiv..rf��Pi..^M. iife7'T  .*  -��  J>       ti -��   A.  t   V \A'SA ^H��kA\       r i i**K\.^ -*,,--  signsr posters and. bumper-stic* - tthey, didn't want- me io call* so-   pA^,fj^_tf Dfttfi^ii  Iters that*wy,+*��gua*f Dancing ^joined in the^fik .anddancedf   ae**O^TS nignr {  i*   -*->�� "WJiiTl   ",*Ka  ��.!,.   .^��f..   .,_..*��� * ��*__*...... .._���.��*..-. .*._.   . -       '-    -   ���  2?. ^J^*?^^^^ -    ,.   _tt^7oe"M^;W^r;i_^   B��wr of- &enefe>I3oreei_i_^  v *     v   ,.,_-.��... ^ OTet, members. 6f l and|&>rail B33bonr ;of 'Pender4  w^Westminsterciub, 'M-  m*�������^^ f      7   '*VC  "  a" ^visit ^oy,' Missr Helen;*    " Scfiecliiledf guest' speaker ,was  out 'is"aone^wnBn"-B��ii*T ��*r mm-dk *-     *     *_<,*_,,-     - . *-    �����  ^tegioiial%*��� Directory? o��   to,have teen Mrs. Isabel Daw-*  terested   this   year   in  trying    let theircaUerf��aUbut _auaw   ^^^S^Swffi^J^-I   coml>a��-��*^ ** v **&* ^Island   ed,w ber regrets ^ the meetf  fflmSOih&rnar^ *MS.M SS- ,im*^^Zr^!K  ^ "^Wf SW!��!!' "wntei. i ,    %y    -        -v'   ing,7 explaining a/t_e-up7w#  Saltery, Bay-Earl -<3ove, feiv  prevented her 'appearance!;  years sooner. Peg and I have   PromeuadeR?, ~   "  had   some   wondeKfulf^square * sonsvSqii  dance trifWsaii^dytbat-we^-wiU^e^^ _��� ���lc u��c .iK^uia.-inacnimis    ��_  *ever forget. grand tiinZ^fimel^veS on ca^or wSTbe abSto^STS    ^T ^iT??*'? ?ft    ^ Nexfe *����_�����* *'*���**- for,  A few .dates .that nm long   and I bad switched to- �� re" a  liKSn *tf %?����S-   ^aJtn^DeWe    2^p.m. Oct.. 5 at, Ole's Cove,  ^e-t^emtefed^-Aug^ft^-^^ now prevatomt~aHd~���s^*8*8^**6-^^���_ ������ ��� ��� . , .-  ���The'1 Sechelt^  Proknenaderr  nVa young, up^abd-coming-cal-- I feel that it is' important * to1  square danced at the opening-   ler by the name of Rai Thomas nullify it.      of the new Shell Station fy Se-   *vhovhas up and gone to lake* "   ���NEWTON^ GRAY  chelt 7^   . '        Cowichan where* he  is forest  h' a- ���  a4  Oct. 28, 1861���Our club jouv, ranger and-Rai is still going, pt other square dance%lubsr'  ed the Gibsons Squarenaders in'-.strong *in tbe square  dance but I will always*,-be onf band  a costume^ dance at the Hop- world over there Jrbm tbe odd to put any news in myv column,  kins Hall, and of course there* bits of news* that I ean gather so thai** other travellers may  is always "plenty of laughter at by the grapevine. It would be know-where to find-an even-  thls type of a square dance. nice if Ttai would forward a tags entertainment with friend-  Feb.   3,   1962���Hie   Gibsons few news items once in a while liness, tbat is only found in $-  Squarenaders came up to Se- so that our cluh here wouldv square   dance*  club,' Ooopsl.  chelt and as usual, when the know that he is keeping out of goodness me, took at tbeptime;  two clubs* get together every-s trouble.' Well, one *never can? jp-have- to saylsee you at the*  one has "a good .time, so* the, tell when one-'-wili get news* square"dance, do-sa-do for now.^  FRANK; E DECKER; D:O.S.  OPTOMETRIST  p -   -vr  1/  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS  Every Wednesday  For Appointment '88-&2166  WWWMl*  I -i����fl*fl!*(ti*i#*fWi��sjl(-s��(-ftVt��  1   '     '   '������*'"'��� ��� ��������^���^���^���^�����^���    ,-,,       ii       _,_____, �����- ^m 1 .���^_ ��� ^_-.._-        -    .._   . -..-^ .... ...^      ^      ^ ||f      (     ^     .. ^ f[|M j f |||'|||-||. *1 -.     | .. | ������IIIITIir       Ifl       I "l I1 '   N 7 Z^    |~ | 1|7|T'1II iff         1.7    ���    ���      * ** ���       ������ -- ~  I, I.  K ' ���r��C%i_  f7M��  f ;Ay^Jn  \m$^AA-  it7'"r ' w  f ,f7' \aA,A'i  ,^��V#^.'i!4*.Si-'  ^^^^  >r yz 'Af^  iu ami *>.tn^  ' i n*ii��*>-m''iniiiiwww  11 ;iyV(!7.i7  Y'^aVmAv w\  Alii' .'   j" i '<* R  7,77' in A'  &' 'Jl' V ,,'V'-,  ���j',1. a7iitp v.',if.  W7 ��f 7 7 4,  i\^"J'7 ilO'  R:;^ 7?vt ';;;'>if ^  ' HI  I  S       (  SWEPT QNEOFTR  i  THEN YOU'LL KNOW WHAT IT'S  ALt, ABOUT!  SOME PEOPLE DpNJT7  IN tACT SOMr PEOPLE DON'T *  THEY'VE JUST GIVEN UP SMOKE.  &  l>y<\  OF COURSE THEY'VE HAD TO f GIVE  UP SOOT AND SMELL AND  STAIH^fOOU  t '��i|l!"��iKttilWt ^^WIlW*****'*!**'**!!**!**** k*V^%*lS  ,  ���y%#B?fcL| **> &J J_ %_f8?J**_'_|__f B? ^���*^*>^**,*-vHfe^w*irf^^^*4*>'V-**!i*a^ii��n*tytipa fci-Js��t��HW��)|--i*i^i-i*)W!l*t**S-* <���"  .      -. .*       ,  WHERE DOtS THEIR SMOKE GO?  ���**-, inf *��� i.-,uakrM'-i'-fm'**^Jt irf-*'.)t-jt>i* nt*�� *^*lr  BUT V|OU rfAVE TO WHEN YOU'RE  USING FLAMELESS ELECTRICITY  some pfe^pikEDOwnr Have any of ^  THAT, EITHER.  IT'S NOT THAT THEY HAVE GIVEN  ,    7 UrBEING WARM.  ; McPHEDRAN'S HAVE INSTALLED (A  QUARTER OF A MILLION WATTS-OF  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING THIS  *    '" "���'���";"*��� YEAR.n-*'" -y   :   *  IIWt>WW>WW*��M��>WVIMVV*>M^tMMMV����V^  \ - ' '          '        ' '     ��� ���.���������������.  AND NOT ONE' OF THEM WILL  EVER WAV* TO BE S\VEPTT  OF COURSE WHEN WE INSTALL  tYOURS Y?OU*CAN KEEP THE  f.,CHIMNEY*  THEY COME IN HANDY! ON  CHRISTMAS EVE.'  McPHEDRAN��ELECTRIC  GIBSONS A  i IZ���..^,. A.y.A'. Az~A.MyAt.:'.liM.y,���, ,:.-,.,.^*.���,._.,.,..7V.::.v,  , ', i 'i (    i i.i    f   r Oar  ���"A  ( t>  i  y  7  *  - V ^...^   i J p-^pp-^.  .-���*.  -4nw��.    ^��-����. **ti* ��i�� v^---iR*1sS*v*^���*     *hr��*��(nr *��� ���  \ ^  J  WSJ  7''  ��� '/.*  -i   <  Cf  ii !.  ;/ I,  !' .7  :fi  #���-  nv^tjnUr* *���  Page 14 < Sechelt Peninsula Times  < Wed,, Sept." 15/-1965  Chatterboxing:  ^{  ���-Smalltown U.S.A.  THINGS I have Tead in passing, felt they were worth  while passing on . . . from Longview iDaily News,  Is it true what they say about mothers-in-law? . . .  A  survey  of  7,000   wrecked '  marriages   has   convinced   the    than people;   .   .   .  everybody  Rev���Fr.-Frances-RipleyT-head-^n^thTTi^^  of the Roman Catholic informa  tion office in Liverpool, Eng.  that it is, . . and while the good  Father blames the husband's  mother more than the wive's  for stirring up marital trouble,  he includes mothers-in-law on  both sides in pleading with  them to keep hands off married lives of their children.; ..-.  To the married couples the'm-  -selves he suggests . . . Get a  home of your own far enough  away to make it a bit of an  effort for mothers to visit too  often ...  " Now, it takes a forthright  person to speak frankly on so  touchy a subject and you have  to hand it to Father Ripley.  But suppose the statements had  been made by a man who had  a mother-in-law? ...  From Hal Boyle, New York  . . . things to be grateful for  ... Waiting in the dark for  someone you love, to arrive;  . . . reading a good noyeltbat  leaves you the feeling that life  panic when the _phone  and the long distance operator  came on the line; ... it was  felt for sure that some beloved  relative must, be ill or in trouble becaiise if it was good news  it would come by mail; . . .  when a boy put on his first  pair of long pants his, mother  had to hide her tears, but father smiled and said, "Well,  son, don't forget one thing,  where dad sits is still the head  of the table;" ... the average  dog spent most of his waking  hours scratching himself; . . .  a body never felt he really  knew his new next door neighbor until they sent one of their  kids over with a cup to borrow  something; ... When you see  a new "moon jingle the coins in  your pocket, and you'll have  enough spending money to last  you until the next new moon appears; . . . worth remembering,  when it comes to borrowing  trouble, a  man's credit is al  ways gopd ...     .  is-;^;i$il__tf^  race worthwhile;  . ..  . opening    ran into quickie marriages fig-  a package sent by a distant  friend; . . . finding more money in your wallet than you had  thought    was    there;    looking  uring they were going to escape  the, draft*, just ain't gonna do  that . . . they gonna get called  up, and if not a brilliant stu-  down j^ toe face of, a, pe  child* sleeping; 7. .waking up  on Saturday morning and knowing Monday morning is still  two full days away; . . . picking up a good luck penny from  the sidewalk; . . . finding an  ideal parking place after driving around the block only twice;  . . . getting "a pay raise when  you were sure you'd been passed by for another year;; . . .  the delightful terror of buying  something you can't afford but  don't want to do withbiit; 7; V  doing a kind deed for a stranger and seeing the surprised  gratitude in his eyes; . . . wondering at this world's strange  blend of beauty and noise and  suffering but believing that  something better is always on  the way, heralded by bugles, in  the hearts of hope; ;.,,liying  in the past is the only "real  way you can keep young; '.' . .  you've got a, pretty good memory if you can look back across  the gathering mists of the years  and remember when . . . one  of the chores of childhood was  going to the grocery store to  .get a can of coal oil; , , .  exercise was regarded as something   good   for  horses   rather  Chiropractic Office  MON., THUR^.,, SAT.  1678 Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-9843  going to be looked into also ...  So when Uncle Sam calls you  . . that's it, no ifs or ans or  buts ...  Guess . . *. well fall seems  to be with us, that early morning heavy dew, and fog.and  the cool, breeze, and Vthe short  days, all remind us that our  summer is just ah#ut gone,  and school days are definitely  here . . . What has the' time  gone? I thought,, it was only  we oldsters who felt time flying by, until I heard some  y o u n g mothers, wondering  where the summer went, . . .  so don't feel so badly now.  Children and their harrassed  mothers shopping for school  clothes and supplies, one little  mother with a small one just  about out of���;��� patience, shaking  the small one, telling her, "all  right now, shape up" . . . Sure  sounded odd* 7. .but that's the  young mother of today I,guess.  . . v They tell me women  make the best confidantes, not  becajSse they can keep, secrets, ���  hardly, but because they geh-  erally have the grace to hear  you out without laughing in  your face ... the lady psychiatrist says , . , a man is  liable to slap you on the back  and tell you not to worry la  do da . . . and walk off .,...  Mary Martin quotes a Chinese,  saying, and I like It very much  . . . if there is righteousness  in the heart . . . th<>rc will be  Gibsons  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2720  Noted film awards  BUT A FEW of the more than 60 awards presented to  Norman McLaren at film festivals throughout the  world. National Film Board representative Jan Clem-  son and School District Secretary-Treasurer Peter Wil-  home . . . there will be order   son look over the display inside the entrance of the  in the nation . . . when there is    Gibsons Royal Bank.  beauty in the character . . .  if there is beauty" in the character 7 . . there will be harmony in the family home . . .  if   there   is   harmony   in   the  order in the nation . . . there  ������will be peace in the world . . .  They also tell me . . . there is  entirely too much emphasis on  the cost of living . .... Now if  there was any choice offered  in the matter . . . bad news  travels the fastest because so  few people want k around . . .  ? Ifsfthefetruth were known, some  3rd series  ~oniie   biggest" failures   came  from never having tried . . .  Inspiration is nine-tenths  know how and one tenth know  when . . , A new firm is preparing to market a cigarette made  of i:cureduiettucer Hable Vt6;* be"  contagious and end up with  cured smoker . ��� -, . Feeling  frustrated, overworked, not get-,  ting your share of happiness?  . , . cheer up Charlie, you're  normal .....' . Well folks hope  you enjoyed these bits, and  pieces ��� . ; 1 did7 and thought  I would pass them on . . . will  say so long for now with a  prayer attributed to derates  which is appropriate to these  daysft. ..'?give me beauty in  the inward soul ��� ��� . for outward beauty I'm not likely to  have ..", .May I reckon thie  wise to be wealthy ... and  those who need the least to be  most like the gods . . . Good  nite to Ed Green���All those  poor "thirsty" souls.  Record interest shown  in Film Board program  A RECORXTTT^i^oT^have expressed the desire to  join the third winter series of National Film Board  productions this year.  The   series   commence   on  Thursday;TS&ptember" 16 "arid  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  will finish 11 programs later  on February 17, 1966. The programs are spaced 14 days apart  and will be all held in the  Activity - Room'"of the Sechelt  Elementary School, commencing at 8.00 p. m. . Children in  regular school-attendance are  not permitted to join. The fee  for the entire series is $2.50 jper  individual or $4.25 for a couple  from one honie. Beautiful portfoliosconcerning the programs  are issued each participant.  At special attraction to all  those, who pay their fees on  opening-night is the distribution  of free tickets to one of the two  showings of the' McLaren Festival at Gibsons on September  21 and 22, For information concerning the series, contact Mr.  or Mrs. H. Barcndrcgt, phone  885-9573.  TThe following films are shown  oh opening night, September 16:  'High Arctic', a visit to Canada's North and tbe plant and  animal life of the Queen Elizabeth Islands; 'Age of the Buffalo', a vivid portrayal of the  Free West; 'Monastery', a visit  to the Benedictine monks of St  Benoit-du-lac, Quebec and their  life of prayer, service and devotion; and 'Eventual Britain', a  :-:dia^V'n.-v'a:N'year^s"''x-cere^ohiesv  and sports in the British Isles,  a visit to the Henley Rcgatt��i,  an air show, a soccer cup final  at Wembley and on to a blazing finale with trooping the  color. A fine assortment of  'films, nobody would like to  miss.  Here come his skis���he can't  be far behind!  <   ��  i  <WMBgggiMIBMimMiMHIggl8IIMBHII8B-gMIIBMHIIg8BgWIIH88eBggBB8BBgBI)gWg��t.  Best in the West  Free Estimates  1 '    ��� '    " "     '   ,( ,i       '  ���''(���-������.        ��� ,��� r ������ *  ',:,., ��� .V 'i.' i' , i  af a working man's  ���j ,'..   ;. price  let lis quelle you on your clriweways,  i ".  n_    > *p�� "^  parlppg areas etc. - No job too large  or- too-small.  4^tfc^>W',^iW-|N**^i!*'**'*^  ,��bw^i.**ttiftW*MiMp*W^ f.UfcHS.sSMte.ii'  Our well experienced experts are available on the Peninsula to  serve you.  7  Phone 085-2292 Secholt- B.C.  iiiMnisnuniiiiiiiiiMiPiiiiim  i^.i^WSiiUWi*^iKWpa'^**��*��/^****S��*i I  1  \ i  * '��u!,;���,U.-'M~.l.pi^ 17rniu-i��<K'T,l  7 ,17,  il p. I . - t       * 1 * *      I ���"**",. . 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V   >S .  ��� ���     ^^T^ I ^XS^tXf '<��*> ~~��� baseball,play-^>|\ .%  of HaUmoonfBay,appeared be*'     A minor accident-af a Gib- ,   ^ mold WfTof wbfch W'^bsons at 9 *.a. ,Sun__y,��-    6K5 ^ ^ ^^P^peratfon,1      '   f ^ JJ  fore Magistrate Johnstop Sept.   sons Drive-In - Sept., io led to    skiers are, c*ast is ^ually^plas- tembej J9th.c nii��Mmr .*�� <.u^. ^a -.-r.5����� ���_    v  .41 to face a charge of indecent   the arrest of Louis Edward Re-  ,ter of paris. -   -     ��., v.w���n�� < *-*,-.��,  *'_   #i  i ���;_��� 7  -> *.  ~-^/V  *x  picking up dbbris and raking  Everyone possible is needed    before tbe ground is'seeded; ���'  cMl-ciClcl  *.�� .*  ; j  "ypwpfcypKH.'i.��i^..vid����M��^f^gyWi��,wy.��.^w��yy^.j����ww. epj.^/^w-.".;..*..'!     t.'iir*        I'   "i    '  Mere is what  the Canada Pension Plan     _    -  will do for people like Joe CosteuoV  a 52-year-old unmarried labourer         who earns $50 a week.        ���>j>Ti*-*w.,^tw v \ tewtMWff/*��Nw*+m*aMfr*i+em  ,'     "iia_*i.    (_*���     J  ^^v4vyt���/  ^/.tjv**;  **        **--      ���*�� *4       /  jl ���  -  ���f  1*  if Joe continues to work full time  vntil age 65 lie can look forward  to retiring,with n monthly  pension of $54.16 from the  Canada, Pension Plan and $75  from Old Ago Security���a total  of $129.16. That's almost 60%  pf what he wns earning.  If lie is ill'or out of work for  as long as two years, or if his  earnings for a period of up to two  yours nro below his regular wage,  ho will rcccivo tho same pension  ��t ago 65. This is because under  tho Plan a certain number of  eiMflO  months of low or no earnings do  not affect tho amount of tho  pension.  If Joe wishes to continue  working between 65 and 70 nnd  earns higher wages than  previously ho can improve his  pension. For example, if ho  works until age 69 andearns ~ -  $3,600 a year, his pension will bo  $61.74 a month instead of $54.16.  If Joo becomes disabled after  1970, having contributed for at  least 5 years, ho will get a   '  disability pension of $65.62 a  month until ho gets both his  retirement and Old Ago Security  pensions fit ago 65,,  AH benefits under the Plan will  maintain their value, Tho actual  benefits payable will probably  be higher than those given hero  since benefits will be adjusted  to meet changes in living costs and  in wage levels before they are  paid and changes in living costs  after they become payable  What will tho Plan cost you?  If you, like Joo Costcllo, are  employed and1 have earnings of  $2,600 spread evenly over the;  year, you will pay at the ratevof  690 n week. Your employe* will  pay tho same amount,  This advertisement is one of a ���  series which relates some of the  important benefits of the  Canada Pension Plan to    '  individual circumstances..  Issued by ���,  authority of the Minister of  National Health and Welfare-  Canada, ,i  The Honourablo'ijudy fcaMarsh.  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