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 1. 77,  i ���  -Vl.t.M.. TitAl.'l.'JilM.v  vli*iu  ,. i/niii^i / ,\, n,..,ii;i-i  a   ."a^.v.  ^faj=js_;  f f{  ^-���4!   > -  r~ A >'   *.    %A ^   ^   (   \A      A    <     Av<     -^A      A^-      ^      >t  , -..,  *��*���!    Fla-inrishin-T Bri-tforl    n 'i " �����v    ��� �� '   *    ."�� �� ���'���   . ,!-'? ���>��� ,*.-"*>" ,v.^i  ~"-X3��$St0A4^^  * ���'.s-j  '*>\i  r*��  *T   * ���_  ������-'"4  ;.?;  -V'j  r 'l 11  5  !  ���.  I  i  i  I  |  i  !  .'��  >n,AJ *  -,__��� v-  ua ^.^.^  f,A  MORE ;THAty sixty members * and, Intel;- recently- taken^part in work parties with  6sted residents turned out to the annual the result a 'great deal has; been acoornp-  meeting of the, Sunshine- Coast Golf and lish'ed.  Taylorv appealed for volunteers for  Country Club last ��� Wednesday at Roberts further work parties in order that'seeding ,-ft  Creek Hall, an indication of the tremendous - knight  be t carried '.out1 -within, the' next '��� R  interest   now   shown  in  the  organization month.". Samples  of ���' soil' have < been ~s'eht  actively  engaged  in   establishment  of  a for analysis from which it will he-deter-  nine-hole course at Roberts Creek. mined the-most suitable type of seed and '  President Prank Newton, outlining pro- what soil treatment might be'necessary.,"  gress during the past year, said that a year,       Vice-president   Keith, Wright   reported  ago membership was slow and considera- that water rights had "been obtained'"on -  p  tion was given employing the services of Clarke Creeka   A storage' tank, would be *  &  a person to sell membership on3 a commis- installed  butf a  puhiping system  will be  ' |,  sion  ba'sis. *���> However,   the   executive  de- required to ihaintain it.  He said sufficient,   *"  water ..will he available for an eighteen-hole  ��� i i  ���y.   **-���-*  "V  m <���  f(t  Serving Ihe.sWsbfoeCobjrty (Howe^un3|n>'lervyis Inlet?. fncl^rngaPoVtMelfon, Hopkins Londing, Gronham's Landing, Gibsons/Roberts Creek,  Wjlsor. Creek> S^frri^PorkiSecHelf; H<ilfn\o||t'B0y, Secret'Cove/Pender^Harboujr/MadeirolPork, KleihdQle/lrvjne^s Londing, Eort Cove, Egrrtont.  j__���������_���_���<^-)~ '-yi-f ������-H,*T'5 ir���tt WfVi-**r-'  "    ''   ' ?    Vr-;   S'ra^Ji  Authori2erfv.osit?f3eori-in��tesl -*' ,< fiW   ,    .  niail   by  the* Post, flfffct, / ���<    *.f'  "    Department Ottawa.'^     ,   *-      An  }f A  WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1967  cided to first try a membership drive,  which has since proved exceptionally successful.  ���Not only has interest been expressed  by residents of the Sunshine Coast but  numerous summer residents and occasional  visitors have taken out fully-paid memberships. Two recent enquiries by interested  golfers were read, one from Los Angeles  and one from Vancouver. Both had read  of .the project and indicated their desire to  join the Club.  Mr. Newton expressed his appreciation  for the way in which the executive has  worked with him and said, "we know  people but it is not until one works with  them on a project such as this that we  really get to appreciate just how much  they do." He added that through their  endeavors during the past year, things are  now moving quickly.  ''We promised a golf course and we-will  have this one in operation next year, there  is novgoing back now," he said.  Membership Chairman Bill Sneddon  said that in August last year the club bad  87 members and up to August 31 this  year membership stood at 138. There  have btfen an additional twenty 'or so since  then bringing a total of 159. Of these, 64  are fully paid up, more than seventy are  partially paid ,and of those, twenty-four  have paid the bare minimum. Mr. Sneddon  explained that all money possible is needed  now and urged all wbo are not paid tip to  remedy the situation as soon as possible.  Director %od^Taylor said the club originally considered an eighteen-hole course  but after a study of statistics it became  obvious the area did not-have sufficient  population^ warrant more than nih^holes;  A number of sites were then investigated.  Most of them presented certain problems  and the Roberts- Creek .site-', was finally  selected. He reminded members that the  present location'was acquired at a cost of  $7,500 as opposed to the others which were  in the "region of $30,000.  Some labour problems arose during first  phase of clearing but have now been cleaned up and the new contractors are making  good headway. Some of the members have  course if needed.  It was also^ reported that plans are  under way for purchase of a club house of  approximately 50', by 80'. This will be of  truss roof1 design with open'ceiling and of  the pre-fab-type. Estimated cost will be  about $8,000. - -  Director Kurt Hoehne announced plans  for another dance to be held October 28 at  the Port 'Mellon Hail. So many were turned  away last time due to limited capacity of  the Roberts Creek Hall that it was decided  to make use of the larger hall at Port  Mellon. '  'Meeting ��� termlinated with election of  next year's slate of officers which is the  same as before with the addition of- two  Directors, Mick McKay and Reg Thomas.  The slate stands at; President, Frank New-  tori; vice-president, Keith Wright; "secretary, Wilma Marrison; treasurer, Dick  Clayton; Directors, Roy Taylor, Ed, .Mcllwaine, Mick Jay, Art Greggain, Bill  Sneddon, Bernel Gordon, Reg Thomas and  Mick McKay.  Volume 2, No, 42  ll  Maraaret Lamb Chairman  TI  -a-i 1WT-*1 !*���.���% Ml-_.-.i ��]#%��������    Student pilots, are.keeping 'two"aii*   being tutored by Mrs. Helen Harri-  1 Oil lYLGllQIl SflUI-QOWn    craft busy at Gibsons-Sechelt Mumr   son, a veteran pilot with between 20   for IQC7 CNIB camoaicm  cipal Airport where Altair Aviation   and 30 thousand flying hours  and  , a*| ... ,*|     uipai afurporia wnere Aiian  Aviauuii    aim   au   uiousanu   nying  n��urs   ana  lemDOrarilV DOSlDOILGCL   Ltd* is conducting a flying, school   10,000 instructor fio^..\-^. ;I^ri-'-VTONATaw.;:her.  y     *-*. j u       an<* a^s0 gwi^ introductory fBghis-   son, who.ferried^aircraft duiiiig the .    cause, Mrs. :  PREVIOUSLY announced temporary shutdown at Port Mellon has been postponed  arid l^est .release from Personnel Manager  Don, Mackjam jstates:.    . ,      .    .   ,^  Canadian Forest Products Ltd.\ Howe  Sound,Pulp Division announces that the  previously announced shutdown, which was  anticipated- to occur in- late October and  �� early Novemberj^arid; Be of at least two  weeks duration,-has been postponed; ��� It is  now anticipated that some downtime of  'approximately-two weeks- may take place  at Christmas in conjunction with the normal holidays. v  Production shutdowns are dictated by  sales and market conditions which ~ are  difficult to assess accurately in advance.  These conditions have improved slightly in  the short term, although the long term  picture remains uncertain.  Husband and wife team learning to last war holds commercial licence  fly are John and Fran- AyrisfJ Fran No. SC144 which niakes her a true  (top) is receiving ijistructiori^rojn pioneer in. Canadian aviEitidh.   :  Pilot Al Fraser Pike and John is  At Roberts Greek*. ��� *  K IS   Cf  ���a. * * ^ > ".  mill Eeittat  ' \ \ J * V  e ppbleins  FOR THE last two years^resldents -of the  Roberts Creek area have * "pointed", witti'  pride to the Post Office.and-IibraryJbuildL  ing erected  as  a  Centennial 'project, by  the Community Association.-  To /enhance" the building arid; improve  the area generally^ the ground's behind the  building-were levelled, grass planted, arid  ��.��� guard r��d,Install&L This made a very  |itti^ctiye^cX>mer arid many." visitors���'com-  ,ifteritedi?uiion it  services to a very worthy  Margaret Lamb has undertaken the task of CNIB- cariipaign chairman for Secheit this year and states the  drive will ;be the "first week of October. ;  To-those considering a personal Centennial Project, CNIB suggests:  Why riot make your Centennial project  a positive move to aid a blind;?,person.  You can show thanks for your gift of sight  by deciding which of these personal projects you can endorse. A white cane for  a bhrid housewife, $3.50; a Braille textbook  for "a blind University student, $40.00; a  talking book for a blind senior citizen,  $60.00;~a guidie^dog'for ablmd-workmanv  $150.00., ".A    A  A white cane, a Braille textbook, a seeing eye dog, one of these may mean independence to one of your blind neighbors.  Help them take;, this step in the right  direction by supporting the campaign for  funds of ,The- Canadian National Institute  for the Bliridl       V  :A   member   of  your ��� community,   an  Gibsons Auxiliary meet  draws larger attendance  GIBSON'S Hospital Auxiliary met recently  and had a much better than usual at-  t ndance. President Mrs. Ivy Richards  in roduced the new vicerpresident, Mrs.  (riadys Davis, and new members Mrs. Kay  Mjore and Mrs. Carmen Dixon.  Reports were given on the Thrift Shop  at Secheit and volunteers were asked to  \ )'rk Sat. Sept. 30.  Plans are well underway for a Thanks-  iving Tea, Bake and Plant sale to be  h Id ori Wed.," Oct. 4 from 2 p.m. to 4 pjn.  in the United Church Hall. Mrs. Almeda  Whiting and Mrs. Gladys Davis are con-  \ cnors. , People interested in contributing  plants or baking for the sale are asked to  l intact Mrs: Whiting at 886-2050. Also  nere will be a White Elephant table with  Mrs. Kay Moore and Mrs. Marg. Smith" in-  c large. . Persons wishing to donate articles,  ] lease call 886-2455 or 886-7711.  It was also decided by Auxiliary mem-  b srs that they would dress a doll with a  >mplete wardrobe for a Christmas raffle.  Returns from Germany  after 3% year simf  RECENTLY returned from Germany where  he spent three and a half years with  Mr Traffic Control, Four Wing at Baden-  Laden, Corporal Doug. Wakefield is now  taking a one year special course at Esqui-  malt. Doug, the son of Mrs. J. W.-Fisher  bf Secheit was one of three selected. from  Four Wing for the course. During bisC three  week vacation at Secheit, the former  Elphinstone student spent much of his time  at the airport'where he is a member of the  Elphinstone Aero Club.  In February of this year another former  Elphinstone student left for Germany. Paul  Tbynbe'e, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John  Toyhbee of the Cozy Court Motel is with  .. the Royal Canadian Signal Corp. Paul,  who is only 20 years old, joined the Signal  Corp when he was 17 and .expects to be in  Germany for three "years. He recently  qualified for his para-trooper wings and  had the choice of returning to Canada but.  decided to see a Uttle* more fo, Europe first.  Guide leader shortage  company  ���a  .  Tliis summer; the^Centennial^Committee .      ,_���._,,  decid^^gi^^ on    hdP. the; Guide <  ^'P^i^^ yon^givetft.', disbanded.-^Plusxi  ��>& ���-_MiA^.i^;Si,^vr.t_* ;&..77.:..i,i7*. i.      ,;.... .ch^ue,>to^assii^^                                              "A      "  *������+"*��������  f���  +^*  'Chamber oi Commerce  seeksbaydevelopment  'CSIBSONS Chamber-of Commerce has decided to launch a full spale publicity  program In'an endeavor to got tho waterfront In the J>ay area developed commorc  ' ���' inlly. '. '',..��� ������������ .:  Tho meeting, first of tho season, wns  hold   In  the  Welcome  Cafe  on   Monday,  .   .Sept. 18th,  ____.  I...;...,.....  ���,������Members 'wore   told   thnt  property  Iri"  tjie area was available and It was agreed  that   every   effort   should ' bo   made   to  .uncouraKo fiomcono to develop |t com mere*  '����� Inlly and make, this urea the fine tourist  attraction thai' It undoubtedly could bo.  U'lterH nro to bo sent to all orftaplnaUona  Nearing completion  This aerial view of th,e new breakwater, fast approaching completion,  shows clearly the, area taken in,  which when dredged, will provide a  reasonable boat harbor. Another ,100  feet   will   complete   the   wall   and  dredging is due to commence this  week. No plans have yet been announced for floats but, it is understood an oil company has indicated  interest in establishment of a marina.  Night courses . .  s  L ' ,|J:;C^mumtyf?^  -��� iWormed at the,;fegulaif '"meeSrig. on Wed.  Sept. 20, that the plaque remained for one  day before it was forcibly removed .by.  vandals.  Members have just about decided that  it .is.quite useless-to try to improve the  general appearance of the village corner.  The grass is continually littered with  papers and .some of the sporting, element  of the district think that the grass makes  an excellent paddock for , exercising their  horses and alsor for holding motorcycle  races.  ;.J      ..,,���';���  It was suggested at the meeting that  the only .way to keep vandals off the property would be to install a wire fence around  the entire property; this of course would  defeat the whole idea of the project..  Another coiriplaint discussed at the  meeting was the matter of speeding along  Beach, Avenue and the Lower Road, ,It  was pointed out that the three-way corner  was quite dangerous and a letter is to be  sent to the proper authorities, requesting  that it be riVade a three-way stop;  The present water system at the Community Hall is no/longer'satisfactory and  it was decided to obtain estimates on installing a complete now system,       '  The water board committee reported a  great deal of work had been done to date  and the petition to resident taxpayers is  almost complete, Letters are now being  sent' to non-resident taxpayers and it is  hoped the whole petition will be completed  .shortly, '  "S^^F���W4^.i^&a^^p-tKECTION���,.  THERE are about twenty Girl Guides in .  Gibsons, who are anxious to get back  into the Guide movement.   Besides, there .  are  several Brownies ready to  "fly  up" *,  into Guides. .Unfortunately there';are not\' > -  enough leaders to work with these , girls  and unless volunteers*-'come-forward���to  help, the; Guide Company will have to'be  means^^t��.^h��^*ynll--be--  ^  no future for, the present Brownies.   "  If you can-be * of1, Kelp/ phone - 886-2423.  Arts Council features  works of local artist  DEBATE as, to whether a mechanical instrument such as a camera could produce art was as vociferous in its day as  the current feelings about electronic devices  being used to make music;  Any lingering doubts about the art of  photography may be dispelled by a visit  to'the Arts Council Gallery Shop where a  small collection, of photographs by Dennis  Gray of Secheit is on display from September 27-Octobcr7.  The eight  16x20  inch' pictures  form  a  short documentary entitled by Mr. Gray  / "One Day in September, a father's memories of a, day in September when his son  took  him  fishing."    It  carries, the   very  essence  pf  this  Indian  Summer  weather  when it seems warm days will never cease.  Pictures of children havo an universal  appeal especially tho camera's ability to  capture the small 'boy,  perpetual  motion  personified in a rare moment of medita-  ' tion.  AH( boys from nine to 90 and anyone  who has'ever loved a small boy will find  i  a  warm  response   to   this   photographic  record of one day in a boy's life.  To many it will bring fond nostalgic  memories, to some the social connotation  may represent a' challenge and ring a  clarion call to action before it is too late.  Once upon' a time the right of every  boy to be able to fish with a home made  pole in the nearby creek* pond or river  was taken for granted. Now it is the privilege of the fortunate few and even on- the  Sunshine Coast where pure, clear streams  still cascade merrily down to the sea,  there Is "no guarantee that they will remaip  unpolluted for our grandchildren. Perhaps  we do not any longer feel this small boy's  heritage Is important. AU will appreciate  the art and skill of the photographer. Mr.  Gray is interested in your comments, and  a visitor's book with space.provided will  be available.  ,     Tho Gallery Shop is open Wednesday  through Saturday from 10. a.m. to 4 p.m.  i  '(:  ,n'  Aii  I I'} ll  u.  ./V "*!".,  mPIOOTClKl  n******     ^^^ ^p***^ ^^^jH    ^^^        ^���**"T^**?f I-"***"** tm^p*** ^^^  JSt..��!*��**��Wi^��l**i*fl:  tirftlnrt thorn to"'kIvo tholr fullest eooporn  lion in thin endenvor,  rualftnlnB her |>oh lion' a�� Nocrotnry,   I bin        RCRlBtrallon  for  all  classes  \  wan. 'accepted with rogrot,  TWO i PENINSULA public school building    place between 7:30 .p.m. and Osao p.m? on  will \\&h\ up thia Wednesday'and Thur��*   Wednesday,   Sept,   27th,   at   Elphin-stono  day night when,, adults .begin registering in   Secondary and on Thursday, Sept. 28th, at   "'' '    "    " J!,iCsam,te  Registration  for  all  classes  will   tnko    ����7.   Adults, not nblc to register on Ihoho  nlrthta may, register by mall or the, flr.st  Vii r'iXW,  '���' . Aii7uuXfiXh  'i i i   ,       *Vt   'ti I ,  7''-0ti  111 'iii  - . /'fl  I), "UH*. Jlfi*Jft��Jnli  If I  Changes occupation  after fifteen years  FORMKIt  mnnivRef oClhT'Royal '  Gibsons, Dave Hopltln, after fifteen  yoars In tho hanking buHliumu,' \\hn roalgned  and onlorod tin. llfo lnsuranco profosHlon  nn an und'orwrltor with Zurich Life InHur-  ano'e Cdinpnny of Cana<ln,  Dave camo |6 Ulb��onn three nnd a hnlf  \voa��'H 'ago and-apart from IiIh bullion In  lho hank, linn acquired numerous fr|ond��  IhrouHh-hlH.-coinmunlly,.QiuloavorH-aK-.,an.:  nellvo momhor of lho KIwnnlH, Shortly  nfler hl.s arrival In Glbson.s ho undorto6k(  clialniuuiHhlp of tluv July. 1st Day com*'  milieu  at  which  timo ono of tho  iniwt  1 popuiav,'ovoiiIh to date roNullod,  llo In unwerHlood' io ho tno only lull  * Uhi��rwiiftr"liVfittrftneo",*wtirtorwrUor���roawinu*4"  on' tlio I'onlnHiila, ' ��� '  AhIuhI hln roaiion for ohnnglng hln Job  nflor flftoon yoiti'H, Davo ��ald ho ha�� no  Intonllon of leaving '.lho ronlnsula and  funrhd, iin In cnnlomnry In banka, ho might  bo nHked to Inko a poHllInn ��� olnowhoro In  ll,C, notlr lie, hlfi wire Hhlrley and two  yonngHtoi'H nro Hold on tin* HuriHhltu- Count  and liopo to hu horo a lout! time-  ' ���' " rit|!  i11'  i j  Fornrior bank monogor  After flitetm yours la tho honk, Davo  Uppkln hu.s given up hln Job.nt-j innn-  i\i\Qi\ ol iho 01l>3on�� Roynl Bunk und  ���\\iiw onlorod n enrooPiwlth Zurich Llfo  of' CnnaUu ��s an Insurupco Unilor*.  'writcr*.  nlght of clafjsos.  Regular adult' prdgram will bo high*  lighted this year by the addition, of four  olasHos of special Interest, Theno nro:  Croatlvv writing, public speaking, advanced art, and a. course which will analyse tluv  rtoWn behind the.headlines.  1     Mr, ,  Raymond'.. .Hull,    a    profonnlonnl  writer, who l\as written some 30 T,V. plnyo  nnd  cdtintloati, magai-lno  artlclon  will   ho  Instructing tho creative writing and public,  speaking coui'hoh.  inntructlon In1 advanced art technlqvion  will Do offered by Mr. Fred Cnnwy, VouhK  Mr, Carney liaa boon a painter for eight  yearn,   llo Jn a product of lho Vancouver'  ���Art���School~nnd-"tho"-woRUirn"WnBhlnKlnn-  Collogo of Education,   Ills courno > wlll ho  for i Individuals... with artistic abUitlos who \  wlnh to broaden tholr Hkllln. ''  Mr, W, S, Potter, principal nt Klphln-  ^,fltone���Secondary,,^wlll^:��nalyso  tl>o   goo*..  graphical ami historical roots behind |ho  T osliliHllngThomlHiioH  Iii "Tilp  clahs, "NowH,  Hohlnd   tho   lloadllnon,"   Thin   clnnn   will  glvo HtudenU a chance to look donor nt  many of the crln'oH of today's world,  Tho fee for thM eight wtsok course In only  $7,1.0,    .  .        ,,,'���,  All cournon, , llmos, daton and clnsnon  nro listed In the program brochure which  lho adult, education-office mailed to aU  residents this Week.  Nautical  hobby  With a fair wind arid ��( lot of skill, Tho "'fourteen" foot board is speolttUy Watts of Vancouver, sailing enthus-  sall hoard racing can bo a thrilling constructed and fitted with rudder, last   Harold , Is   presently   working  pastime and they cantoften bo scon sail and rigging and, of courso, a for the 11,(1. Ferry Authority before  at Davis Bay whore young enthus- very, necessary  puddle,   Getting, a entering  Simon  Fraser  University  last Harold Auno has made four at holplng hand from his cousin.Dick next semester.,  an ,approximate cost .of $125 each,,                                                                              .. ,   .  *���-,  f ��*�����* ���xxxx  &XA A'-^'.j,!?'" ''.'��� '���Ii7?-"7',:f. %*����� A ,f.' ..'.'.*., *'.ft,��-*-i.' f.-i.:., ,^_,,, ... _.  '>,,.'.    V^...;  a*?. .-?.^^"iA '.*v*\v^ ���>���*&���**-��� K>"^xh ytrxfy **..._,.   _SL  '.    i"   ^'V-j"'>."'*��.���   '.Ji"V'i  -fc��� v ~\���V���V-nr-jy*-;  t.   -, -*- -N �������� �����* V -�����"*S *-*���*���  ��� t^riy**tyr-  Pcg&Z The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1967  m,m^0,^��fiimmtimi04tm->m*<4ki' .m n ,,^w,m ��� i.hii_-��i-.i ��� n i ��� ���i M.w ���. ������ ���������i*w^-*^-^^^^iii^,^^ii-...-ii^.��--^_  ' $0000000^00000000000000000000000000000000.40000000000000000000000^  X      *   "y.      ,���. ri, Sechelfe^hon&=885gS6S4=,^  J   Ikfe PENINSULA/iVMCiV  Gibsons -Phone 886-2515   J  \ i  "a   !  ..f���.  5   Classified  gr000000M000000000M000M0000000000M*0000B0000000000000000000000000$  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Secheit, B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation;  Gross Circulation March 31, 1967  1509 Copies  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion 50c  Three   Insertions  - . : -$1.00  Extra lines (5 words) ^lOc  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-8riefsJ  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader advertising 25c  per count line.  Display   advertising    in    classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  HELP WANTED (eont'd)  CALLISON EVERGREEN  GO.  Roberts Creek  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 34c Bunch  Salal 30c Bunch  ���Contact plant before  picking  Located at Roberts Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  835-tfn  WANTED  BIRTHS  YOCHLOWITZ���Born to Gill  attd Kathy (nee Holland), on  September 8, 1967, a son, Gillian Leigh Charles, 6 lbs., 11  ozs., at Burnaby General Hos-.  pital. 764-43  Wedding Announcements  MR. AND MRS. William Smith  announce the marriage of  their son Christopher Harrison  to Miss Dorothy Ellen Watkins  on Thursday, August the 24th,  1967, First Methodist Church,  Coeur &' Alene, Idaho.    889-43  IN  MEMORIAM  His  helping  hand  was  always  first.  To render any aid he could  His voice was always raised in  praise  His words were wise and good  Dear Husband since you've gone  away  ThesOne ^you>. toyed -so true.:,,  Tries hard to carry oh the way  I know you'd want to.  ���*In loving memory of my  husband Hank who passed away  Sept. 31, 1964. ���Vera Clark.  890-43  CARD OF THANKS  MY SINCERE thanks to staff  '���"���������'��� '^r^^n^^l^S^^^H^S^is-'-^  pital and;, especially ,to Dr. Bur-  tnick forthis understanding and  gr^t help during my- -recent  short stay in' the hospital. ���-  Mrs. Vera Clark. 898-43  PERSONAL  FLOWERS for all occasions.  * Gilker's Flower & Garden  Shop, phone 886-2463 or Secheit  885-9455. 824-tfn  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability ' insurance: Claims and  Adnitmcnts, contact, Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425.        489-tfn  FOR   all   travel   information,  bookings and prices call Secheit Marine Building, 885-2343.  716-tfn  LISSILAND FLORIST '  & GIFT* SHO?  Specializing Jn Funeral Designs  & Wedding Arrangements  886-9345 - Gibsons  728-tfn  LOST  ���  12 FT.  ALUMINUM boat, Vh  hp    McCullough    motor   off  Keats Island In July. Reward.  Phono  collect 922-0979.    1048*43  SHELVES, clothes racks, counters,   used   vacuum   cleaner  for    Hospital    Cottage    Thrift  Shop.  Ph.  886-9989 or  885-2117.  *        763-44  BEATTY    OR   Homart   piston  type pump. Phone 885-2018.  897-45  FOR RENT  IN   SECHELT,   unfurnished   3  br home with shop front. Ph.  885-9654. 1043-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING room, Selma  Park,   private  entrance.   Ph.  885-9535. 880-tfn  SINGLE  bedroom  partly  furnished suite available October  15.  Phone 885-9*562. 874-tfn  MOBILE home park, nicely  landscaped, blacktop driveway and patio. Ideal site for  retirement. $30 per month. Big  Maple Motel and Mobile Home  Park. Phone 385-9513.     652-tfn  HALL for rent,  Wilson Creek  Community HalL Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542:    v   ?9167-tfx:  FURNISHED      offices���Secheit  Marine Building. 885-2343.  ��'. 826-tfn  WINTER RATES���Fully fur-  ?._tished�� cottages $65 -month  plus utilities, also weekly and  nightly rates. Also available���  Full trailer hook-ups. 885-9565  Mission  Point  Motel.      853-tfn  ONE bedroom partly furnished  cottage   at   Halfmoon   Bay,  waterfront on highway, $40 per  month. Phone 885-2065.      906-43  UNFURNISHED Cottage for  ���tent, 2 .bedrooms,- heating.  : SuitJelderly-"couIp^RMsonable"  rent. Roberts Creek Main Highway. Write Box 887 c-o Peninsula Times, Secheit. 887:43  ONLY 2 cozy little cabins left  for winter occupancy, $40 per  month. Gunboat Bay Fishing  Resort, Madeira Park, 883-2284.  894-43  WANTED TO RENT  ONE bedroom home, unfurnish-.  ed, wanted in Secheit area.  883-2656. ' 848-43  REAL ESTATE  REAL  ESTATE Ubntinited)-   REAL ESTATE (ContinwfflV got. SALE (Continued*  ��imNY^kanagan^a^e^  WORK WANTED  EXPERIENCED , Chimney  " - leaner"���- eaves - cleaned,  troughs cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gnrdening, Janitor  ocrvlco. Free estimates. Phono  885*2191. 517-tfn  turn ������, ���mii-i     iiiiip mm    ��� ���i     n      ���  i n-nwnw.��� ii�� m  HELP WANTED  tim^..m.,i4m ii <m.,~mm4,4fm,.4m.ii.*m~^t~ ^.^m*,*-.*^***,**^..*.,.,* mm^  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 40  , (SECHEUD  There 1(3' an Immediate vac*  nncy for a< teacher at the Madeira Park Elementary School.  Tho position wlll Involve %  time teaching kindergarten and  Mi time relief inching. Written  Applications sltould be pent lo  llio-Socretory-TrcoBuror, P, C.  Wllt-on, School DlBtrlct NO. 40  (Secheit), Box 220, Gibsons,  B.C, or (clcpliono 02C-3717 (Iro  enso of Vancouver) 880*2225 (In  casft ol.local papers) for fur*,  thor Information, 001-4.1  2,BEDROOM homewith laundry and rumpus room. Landscaped lot, ocean view. Close  to schools. $10,500 down payment $2,600.   Phone  886*7058.  1044-44  "   THE SUN SH.NES  ON '"���'"  Silver Sands  Boat moorage in year-round  protected bay, 75' of sandy  beach., ' Dock and float anchors. Boat launching ways,  year-round spring well, Mo*  dern home with large workshop ; electric heating, double  carport. Well priced at $32,000.  This will not last, aa desirable  property of this nature la almost extinct,  Lots, 2 Wocka from shopping  centre., Try $l,5(j*0,        1  SELMA   PARK:   4   bedroom,  waterfront homo. Sea wall and  lot, Sage Mesa subdivision  overlooking Penticton and  Okanagan Lake. Possible trade-  or down payment of a boat or  car. Phone 885-2292 or write  Box 404,  Secheit, B.C.    600-tfn  REDllOOFFS^Mbdern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots,, close'to  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room, 28x15; fireplace.  Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,  A-oiJ heat, dble carport. Lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box" 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit, B.C. 469-tfn  WANTED ��� Waterfront acreage. Cash for your property.  Please give details as to location, price, etc. Write Box 871,  c-o Peninsula Times, Secheit,  B.C. 871-43  WANTED  5 to 10 acres  with  2  to  5  acres  cleared.  Year  round water. Box 1047, Peninsula Times, Secheit.        1047-44  5 ACRES undeveloped property  inside     village     boundaries.  $2,500. Box 381, Secheit B.C..  565-tfn  WATERFRONT, Garden Bay,  new 2 bedroom home, grand  view, electric heat, hot water,  stove, fireplace, convenient to  beach and Store. Vacant October 1st. Open to view now. Al  Lloyd,  883-2253. 904-45  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Box 238' Phone  886-2166  Gibsons, B.C.  TWO ACRES available as apartment site or similar use,  conveniently located, well-  drained view land. Has older  home, six rooms and bath. Enquiries.  Gibsons and area: Well maintained, two. bedrm home on  large view lot, $7,300 full  price,   cash preferred.  v Two TjedooiriT view "fiouseT newly shingled roof: Half down on  $7,500.  New homo on large lot (*4 acre plus), excellent well with  good flow: 2 bedrooms, interior plaster;half down on  $11,500.  Waterfront: Three bedroom  home on just under half-acre,  100 ft. waterfront, finished  suite below: some terms on  $29,800 or cash $27,500.  Four bedroom home, level corner lot, full concrete basement,  ample water:  $6,000 down.  $4,000 down ' will handle pleasant large view home in Granthams Landing, with self-contained basement suite and rental cottage.  Enquire about waterfront lots  in Gibsons���very good properties.  Do  Wortman  886-2339  Jack Warn 886-2681  ,       ;<������-.:-;;.;::;���;���;��� ���; ���    ��� ^        899-43'  HOPKINS LANDING: Revenue  property, 4 cottages rented  year-round; beautifully "modern  2 bedroom home on sandy  beach, good water supply.  ���   Come in ;and get the details.   /  GRANTHAMS: View home, living room has lovely fireplace,  2 bedrooms, A*0** furnace, s-c  suite in basement, $5,000. down  to FP of $9000.00.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom  home on 69' WFT, A-oil furn*  ,' ace,   view, ',��� $17,000.00   FP   on  ��� terms.'';"-:; '-   ��� ���  SELMA PARK: Nearly 4 acres,  fruit and nut trees, garden,  lovely' 2 bedroom, completely  modern home, $14,000,00 FP. ,  . K. BUTLER REALTY  .    & INSURANCE  Gibsons, 880*2000  The Progressive Realtor  900-43  Realty & Insurance  Box. 155L __ ' _ Sechelt.B.C.  Phone: Office 885-2161  See our listing under the date '  pad.  2l7-tfnv  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS     Budding    Supplies  Lid.   886-2642.   Gibsons,   B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed  concrete.  Serving the area for 20 years. ,  90-tfn  CARS ond TRUCKS  JEEP, 4-wheel drive,  quantity  Jeep parts. Ph. 886-2459.  759-43  '65 METEOR . Auto., radio, 4-  door. New condition. Sacrifice $2,000. Also 15'. clinker  boat, 3 yrs. old., 25 h.p. outboard. A-l shape. $750. Phone  885-2121. , 782-tfn  I960 CONSUL,  good condition,  low    mileage.    Bai^ain   for  cash: Phone 886-2263,        850-43'  1962 BUICK Special, V6, very  good condition. 1959 Olds Super 88, hard top, new tiros,  good condition^-vPhone 885-9488  after 5 p.m. 863-44  BOATS & ENGINES  12 FOOT heavy gauge aluminum boat. Near new 4 hp  outboard motor, oars and locks.  For quick sale $375.00. Phone  885-2053. 825-tfn  CHEAP for cash, 32 ft. round  bottom    cabin    boat.    Phone  885-9375. 829-43  12 FT. BOAT with windshield,  7 hp Seagull, oars, etc. $125.  Phone   883-2385. 879-44  RUNABOUT boat storage available. Safe  and dry for winter.   Phone   886-2400.   Elander,  Shaw Road, Gibsons, B.C.  1036-tfn  13--FT." FIBREGLAS  and- plywood, windshield  and   steering.   $150.   With   18   Evinrude,  $400.   886-7793. 760-43  12'    FIBREGLAS   speed    boat,  hull   new,   $150.   Phone   883-  2653:         -   -       -   836-43:  22' TROLLER. Cedar plank  hull. Licenced and fully  equipped for ' commercial trolling. 60 hp Austin marine.  Brand new Johnson auxiliary  motor, electric pump, spotlight,  horns, twin battery switch-over  set-up, dual controls, insured.  Ideal for retired person. $2,500  cash, 883-2561 or write Box 859  Peninsula Times, Secheit.  :����...;-'     .���   .- 896-45  THE 20 ft. auxiliary sailing  cruiser "Gypsy" fully equipped  including sounder, generator,  etc. Sleeps 2. $3,000. Phone Tom  Scales,  883-2622. 88845  LEGAL NOTICES      *  ONE  Peerless  Rockgas^spabea  '.heater,'    automatic;-'control  "(very quiet), in good condition.   \  -35,000' BTU,' $100.f 886-7793. -        .'.',,      761-43  '���T- - ���  ..���������������        '    t | ^  SPECIAL for sale, Large Easy-  1 v Read     Typewriter.     Almost  new. Cost over $300." Novtf $175:  .Phone  885*9654. 1017-tfn  JEEP parts, logging arch, D4  parts,  model A parts,  chokers and blocks. Ph. 886-2459.  758*43  SILVER Skagit Shake & SHn-  gle. Local sales: Phone 886-  9697 or 886-2097. 466-tfn -  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  -^ 8893-tfn  GOOD  local Ladner  hay  for  sale,  $1 per bale delivered.  Phone 946-6568. .    9046-tfn  USED power saws for sale. All  makes and sizes. Chain Saw  Centre,  Secheit, 885-9626.  8%6-tfn  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and aU commercial printing,  contact tho Times Office at Secheit or phone 885-9654.  NAILS $12; 10O lbs. Vinyl As* r-Asbestos tiles;  9x9,  10c  each;  12x12, 15c each; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. Remnants, Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior paint or matte  finish $3.95,  reg. $9.95. Shake  paint,  $3,95,  reg.  $7.95.  Inter-,  ior paint,  $3.00 and  $4.95  per  gallon.   Large   stock   of   used  vacuum   cleaners,   A-l   shape,  $19.95 and up.  1965  9^  Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00.  Benner   Bros.   Furniture   and    .  Paint Store,  Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  CLOCKS, watches, radios, Wal-    ,  kie Talkie, air rifles, electric  lanterns and many more good  buys. Earls in Gibsons, 886-  9600. 902-43  ONE towing winch, suitable  small towboat or beachcom-  ber. One set cuttingtorcb.es ancl. - .,  cages. International dump  trjick. One IS" block. 15 boom  ciiains. Phone 883-2485.      892-46  COMBINATION   electric,   wood  . Jrange.   Like   new,   $70.   885-  ^Sr'^-'^'r-----;'-----^*-; ��--..���-895-43������ -���  TAPPAN   30"   electric   range.  fGood condition, $125. 885-9774.  893-45  2 FLOOR furnaces, $35 each.  Good stock of remnant cushion floor covering, to clear,  $2 sq. yd. Phone 885-2058, Benner Bros. Secheit. 1046-43  RIJBBER stomps of -aU  des-    ���<  _  criptions  may*b^ia,obtainedu��4>iir-  at The Times. 3E?hone ,885-9654^ ^ a>...  Quick service on 'all''.orders. " *  "     BUSHNELL BANNER  SCOPES IN STOCK  5  year  warranty, 2.5X $29.50;  4X, $37.50; 6X, $39.59;  3X - 9X.  variable,   $49.50.  WALT NYGREN SALES  ".'  LTD/'    Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  903-44  Pender High-Lights  ON-SE.PTEMBER 5th, school resumed for  another year. On that-first half day we  were all busy getting our timetables organized, filling out book lists and other  forms, being assigned our lockers, btiyirigr  locks and getting used to school again.  There are two new members on our  teaching staff, Mr.,Blue, who teaches senior  science and first aid, and Mr. Tiernan who  teaches physical education, socials and  English.  Mr. Blue was born in Blue's Mills, Njova  Scotia. He attended school in Truro, Nova  Scotia, one of his classmates being Robert  Stanfield, who recently won the leadership  of the Conservative party. He received his  Bachelor of Science degree at Mount Alison  University  in Sackville,  New  Brunswick.  Mr. Blue served in the army from 1941  to 1946. His first school was Queen Elizabeth High School where he taught for 20  years before moving to a school in Hinton,  Alberta. After teaching at Hinton, he moved  to Pender Harbour and joined the teaching  staff of our school.  *      V      *  Since Hippies have made the scene and  the word now is "Love" I wondered how  the Pender students regarded these psych;  edelic emissaries of peace, love and pot.  The most outspoken opinions both for  and against were: "I think they're great.  I'd rather make love than war" and "I  tiunk ��� they're a buncii of' dirty weirdos."  A lot of the students seemed to think that  it Was a free country and the Hippies should  be able to live that way if they so desired,  although quite a few thought they shouldn't  be dirty, should support themselves and  refrain from taking drugs. Just about  everybody liked their philosophy of peace  and" love for all mankind. Said one person,  ���E>y Donna Vaughan  "Sure,  it's   a   lot   better  than  war   and  hate."- ,     - '  I asked several people if in their opinion the Hippies were- more esS-ntially>  Christijin iii their, outlook than many of the  so-called "straight" people. One student  said that they were not-religious andthat  they had their oWn philosophy, but that it  more closely approximated the Christian  ideals of peace.  First of all it is necessary to define the  term Hippie. Most of the people who call  themselves- Hippies- seem to be just going  along for the ride because they think it is  the in thing to do.  'On, the other hand the ones who are  sincere in their beliefs are, in my opinion,  wonderful. Anyone who exercises prejudice '  and replaces it with love for their fellow  men can't be, too Jar wrong.. They are,  however, considerably misguided as to the  best manner in w'hieh to apply this philos-  - ophy. I see no reason why they cannot be  clean, self-supporting and free- from drug  usage and still hold these ideals.  This philosophy of"Make love not war"  dates back to Biblical times and is essentially the same doctrine as that dessemin-  ated by great religious thinkers like Christ,  Buddha and Mohammed.  Christ, hawevfcr, supported Himself/by  working as a carpenter spreading His doctrine of "Love thy neighbour" after hours  instead of lounging around on public  beaches in Vancouver I or Strumming-a  guitar and contemplating society's ills in  a run-down section of Toronto's Yorkville.  A father  looked   at  his  son's   report  card arid told his son, "There's one thing  in  your favor.    With  these   grades   you  couldn't possibly be cheating."  rrwww  Bl  <wiiiim*iiiiw0wv'iwiM��mmmiiM0u*n***w0*��ww*wmmmm*mmi��mm\Mmm'iwititum**��***mw**��'t*\*��+��itum��mmmiii0i  BUS TOUR TO B,C LIONS GAME  Sunday, October 8fh  SPONSORED BY RECREATION COMMISSION  Cost of $7.50 includes bus fore from Secheit, ferry fore and entrance  to game.  Phil Lawrence 885-9965 or 886*2901 Port Mellon, Red Addison  884-5370 or contact Bob Jonis, Fred Jorgenson 805-2027, Secheit.  *��� **--���!**���* i-i-rnr*rnnrrnnn;n,i.-ifl"*��w*i<��iMM  jl*"t'��***t|  Form No. 18  (Section''$2)  LAND ACT  GIBSONS���Spacious, modern 3  bedroom home with 2 extra finished .bedrooms. In .full  basement, Wall to wall In 15x21 Hying room,  Largo,  bright cab*  j       .,�������     .iu    Inct, electric kitchen with ad-  seasldc   garden,   $15,500   With    iotnlnc utllltv room  A ncc   col*  *CnAA .!��..,��� orcd Pembroke bnthroom, Au*  to-oll, hot water, heating. Mat-,  $5,000 down.  WFJST SECHELT: Cut fttono  fence features this landscaped  J00' waterfront property. A  largo family home guards tho  view of Trail and  Vancouver  chlng    carpont.    Full    prico,  $19,750, Terms,  Modern . , , Side by side Pup*                  .... lex  on   largo landscaped  lot.  Islands, 10x24 living room wlUi Exc_nc,-t   investment,    |F u 11  fireplace. 3 big, big bedrooms prlc0 *22,m terms,  plus *llh In basement. Huge kit- ...;,.  chen and; dinette. 10x42 finish- ' qO^KH POINT- Waterfront  cd rec room, basement garage, lot, 100x200 feet. Ideal summer  This 1�� a  real homey family ; homcslto. Ful price f,,r.00,  houso.   Just   $$25,000, 'mostly ROBERTS  CnRRK-Modom 4  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on the  cast shore of Malaspina Strait  1'/.- miles N,' of Secret. Cove at  ��� Wood Bay fronting District Lot  1485, Group l, New Westminster District.  Take notice that Ivor B. Jor*  gonson of Vancouver, B.C.  occupation retired, intends to  apply for a lease of the follow*  Ing described lands:*-*-  Commencing at,a post planted  on the point of land forming thp  westerly end of tho south shore  of Wood Bay thehce N 45�� W  SOOJcot;, thenco N 30�� E, 200  foot moro;or loss to tho north  shore of Wood Bay; thenco  following tho shore lino moro  or loss to tho point of com*  mengement and containing 5.0  acres, moro or less, for tho  purpoHo of building a sinnll boat  harbour,  IVOn Ji, JORGENSON  M. Bruco Taterson, Agent  B-ntfed 14 August, 1007.  832���Pub, Sept, 13, 21), 27, Oct, 4  FOR SALE     ' ' ,.  7  NEAR now chain flaw, assort*  ed carpenter' and mechanics  lOOlH,   Phono  885*0375,       830.43  Get Your  at The Times  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote  Pod". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their rum; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  a,;:_  Ammmwiumiwh  ma  '������Sept'. 27-Ctt. 7���Art Council Gallery Ship, Sechelf. "A Day in September,"  Photographs by Dennis Gray.  September 3Q������1-5 p.m. Centennial Open House. Howe Sound Pulp  Divn. Port Mellon.  Oct. 2���8  p;m. Secheit Hospital Cottage.  Sunshine Coast  Fall  Fair,  wind up meeting for the year. ���  Oct. AAA--2-4   p.m;   Gibsons United   Church   Hall.   Hospital   Auxiliary  Thanksgiving tea, Bake and Plant Sale.  Oct. 5���-10 a.m. Art Council Gallery Shop, Secheit. Rent raising Boko  '" Sale.   "     '    ' "' " X': '"'' "/'' ':': ���'"  Oct. 6���*2 p.m. Elphinstone Co-Op, Gibsons. Art Council Bake Sale.  Oct.  7���7:30, p.m.  Welcome, Bea<*i*   l^bll.  Thanksgiving  party ond  variety programme. < A      .���;i.,X-:X--7-:X,.... ..^..,7.77. .���., ,,.,,.,��� ������..>, ...... ���,...,..  HAIFMOOM BAY  147 FT. WATERFRONT WITH TWO Z DBDROOM HOUSES. A GOOD  BUY AT $14,000 CASH���CAL^ R. SURTEES, RES. 885-9303.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phone 805-2161  Multiple Listing Sorvlco  Voncouvar Real Bttato  Board  AGENCIES LTD.  WATCH FOR OPENING OF OUR NEW GIBSONS OFFICE  BETHEL PAPTIST CHURCH  .sERyicEf.;;:-::;;.:;.       :::.;v;.:;.: -.--i5^1^^.  Sunday School���10)00 a.m.  jChurch Soryleo ���-* 11:15 a.m.  Prayer^���Wcdno��day 7.30 p.m.  REV. A. WlttlS, PASTOR  You aro Invited to attend any or each service  it>^<i!ffl)����iB**e4M> l-llra&a-vt  SUNSHINZ COAST  tSOSWnCHORCH"  (Undonomlnatlonol)  Sunday School 10,00 a.m,  Church Sorvlco 11)15 q.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELtS  Wlbon Crook Community Hall  ,'   Ravli Bay Road  canh,  DAVIS DAY: Summler cottatfo,  hlKhway and waUjrjTront, now  available, ���  rOftPOlSE'Bnyrs ncrcsin vli"  Jago, Last ono, $25001  SAUGI5ANT-BAY1, 2 W.F. lots,  .f-lOOO, $4050.     .;  ACHEAGE~-10    acres,    Irouao.  bedroom V.UA.  homo on 2.2  ncrca! Largo Uvin�� room with  flrcplace.c \ pco,  vanity  bath-  'room," Auto-oll   JicnUim.   Full  PKNDBR MAHlVOUn -Now  watcirfront development In sheltered bay, All lotH largo and  fully serviced with easy access  ,lpfL,paved-road,���|S'��c.pllent year-  round moorage, .Turtt H remain-  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINtHlLDA'S���SECHEUT  8; 00 o.m, Evory Sunday  9|30 a.m. Church School  MiOOa,m, 2nd, 4th, 5thSundays  7;30 p,m, 1st and 3rd Sunday��     '  Sorvlcw hold regularly In  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For Information phono 809-9793 I  , Every W*��OQ am H-,,CpirrnmMnlon 5t.,.HIW��'��,  DAVIS BAY  Lot  directly   behind  Vic   Motel,   Cash  price, spoclall $1,695. Call Bob Kent/  ros;  885-9461,  WEST SECHELT  1   bedroom cottage on acre of ground,  Good  vlow-  asking   $6,600  full  price,  Call Bob Kont dt 885-9461  residence,  ^ifrTW^W��*(S(N����*^rt^W����*ra����iW)^nbfciafy  SALAL, PICKERS WANTED  Phono Mrs, Noldo. Wilson  ,885:9^*5 or write:  Box 390^ Secholt, B.C -  MASON JtOAI): 0 acrcH, clear-   3n��, Priced from $5,500,  ed, old houfjo;  lots of water,  $11,500, with $3,500 down.  Harry Gregory���885-9392  H, Bi GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Secholt,   B.C. , 88.T2013   877*42.  For thefeo and other choice pro*  portion on tho Sun��hlno Coast,  contact Frank LcwJa or Morton  Mackay at Gibsons office, fi��0-  OWO,  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GibHon-i       and       Iluniiilllain   BflTH?  . Palnf - Fibreglass - Ropo  Canvas - Boat Hard\V��ro���,  ComprcBflcd   air   norvlco�����fot  flklndlvorfl   and   firemen.   Air  tanks, Skindivers available for  Hulvago work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,  Gibsons, p.C,  Phono 886-9303     ,     ...      .  .   ..lUB-tfn  I*****************'**���**'****���**'***'*'*****'**',  WTmRMCHURCH  ���Evanae|lcaI,|L,ulhoranrCliurcl). of Canada _  -*-- pastor���-Ar Hunted Chrlstenicn  Find Lulhoran Church, Vancouver  l'Sorvlco*)'" "commence at Solma Park Com- ]  i mwnlty.Hall, Soplcmbar 24lh at 3|30 p,m, |  i ,     ,[ ' i  | 'Continuing ovory 2nd and 4th Sunday of j  ; each month thorcafier! Pastor Hustwl Chrlori  lonson will conduct tho sorvlco*,,  t.  ^.innmi* ir)n~rr~ r***---** **** ************"*********'****** *l111*'*11*'*1'1  Fully solf-contalncd . pontooned motor-.  Izod float homo, oxcollopt. Travel tha  coast lolauroly or fish; ready to troll, All  Qoar nocos*>ary, llconcod, Cloaest offer  to $9,800, Call Bob Koni at 885-9461  rojldonco,  SOUTH THORMANBY ISLAND  43  acros,t thousands of' foot of waterfront, two covos, Full prico.$59,000 cqII  Bob Kept at 885-9461 ovonlno*.   ^  EGMONT  Island-*���1,40  acres,   has  dwelling���%  mllo from  Eomont,  F^P.  $7,000. Call  ,      Bob Kont, res, 885-9461,  LOT AT VAUCROFT  Thormanby Island, $3300 on good term*.  (486) Call ft' Surtoos,  PENDER HARBOUR  "8"afifoat WUh"300' wdtetfrortf"In"2"lot*f.  Good buy for cosh. Call E. Surteon,  885-9303.,  VLA VIEW LOT  ' West  Socholt,   164   foot on- -highway,  HQP.PJfMll. price.,... .,.   ..TOW,���,���,,;..���,WEST...'SECHELT i���.  '"*'"C'i^^lo^WakofIblcl Inn���Suncoast acrisa  , ���-The view Is magnificent on th��o Iota  faclnq South to tho Gulf of Georgia over-.  looking Trail Islands. Use of launching  on applying to Wakoflold Inn, as a cour-*  , tosy, Good fishing- and swimming. View  Iota stort at $2,450  for  100x150 ft,  i Piped domestic water supply available,  Terms  1/3 down. Call Bob Kent, ros,  '885-9461,  ,,&  miHiruUiUiWiii  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  ROBERTS CREEK  %acre, 3 bedroom homo on year round  creek. Asking $7,500 terms. Call Bob  Kent, Res, 885-9461,  SERGEANT BAY  Hottest.fl6hlng.aroa,on.tSuhshlno.Coost,  Largo view lot,   150 ft. from tho sea.  Fulf price   $4500,   call  Bob  Kont  at  885-9461 evenings,  '   ( DAVIS BAY    ..,,...'  2 bedroom houso with basement; Auto,  oil  furnaco.  largo lot.  Vlow,   $12,000  terms (434) Call E. Surtoos, rosi 805-  9303.  ;  YEAR ROUND STREAM,  Clean retirement 2 bedroom homo oh  one acre, closo to Roborts Crook Store  and  Boach,   Entra  room  In basement,  good value at $10,750, D,P, $4,000  Call .1, Anderson- 885-2053,  SANDY BEACH  Executive retirement homo on beautiful  jjooch property, Many deluxo fqaturos,  *. Largo, covorod_8un.,dock,��,GMest.�� cottago,.  ancl garage, .Buildings all In new condk  tion. Must bo soon. $33,500 F.P, Terma.  J, Anderson, 885-2053,  $7,500 FULL PRICE    i  a2 bodroom-fulLbaspment,home.on.largo,  treed lot on Village wator supply, Extra  room In basomont.ldoal'for-year'rotind''  living, Try your tormn, Call J, Anderson,  805-2053,  3 BEDROOMS, DAVIS BAY  Modern homo on large fenced lot; close  to beach. 6 rooma plus laundry rm, fl*  garage, $.15,000 F.P, Roqulro largo do\yn  payment/ bal, 6% Int. Call J, Anderson  at 885-2053,  ' <  m��w*4iimf444Vf0mmmi>m44nk mmm n mi  i  i.  t  -a-  h  "h  .i ^\^WM ^).}t^^^S^^.  ^ A * *> fa*} ft*- y 3   - r- t;  ;���'  ��*a-& *' A  i __A*'?5*'>    \    A   A MJil,--*      -_.   *���   ,.-���.,--    r     ' -,   ,      i  11    >   _       * ..?!..   r.,    * a      . a   .  H% fMo^ouWat* take to c&ve a 4i4aUe   -DHafyl*** jiM ��� j^o-tit?^-to tnake , $ - #ail \  thtt?ottt'pfa^Brm*_kColta^ia'wiltleif- - tt.oft -F,oJt\t%ke ^i$tom$#tirne Win-,  ne^ over'/�� aty-MAe routfe? ^felgar^Utewd-    -plfeted it a* ftjr a&$e bfcesidrtt site of Priftce- v  jjgW.^--*^     -.-I-4-*--*1**!     -I ���   ...      - .'    - -     * _y,_*"fJWL     ���.*....     ...*.__.      -Jl_"-..I''    V_.-_J      ._    tirSlJ  " ill*  *-*���* ,*a��* ^ ^ * ^  {a  0X*LA &&Xl * Jf    i ..   ��� ���** '  4*��w^fe^ W* ^eQ Wv &e   Shepherd 4og ^canJp"; is th^hero   Repnie,  Peter. aii4 Wflf /^t^ari,  of Selma ,Park youngsters, for he   Dale ^eph^sonV.JClennis "VVagm^n,  of {He Cariboo iWagon JtoaiJ was underlay, .��� woman-yet  ��������---.���&������������������ M-i��� ���     .. tnu'l    ��� i-     im . ��� i��� M fctt-i jnJi^tmmy.m, +n .. J>i w-n-t ���*-������>*�� J**v_-ti���*���**������  ij*��*|_ ^aM^t-f -i ��*>��s*i*  MURRAY'S GARDEN & fET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING -r PRUNING - *  GoperJPftijit iRbad ������; vp  Gtbtons, B.C. - Dial fla$-2?l,9  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIS1  Bal flock - Gibson?  Every Wed^t?sdtiy ,   886-2166  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - ;Bedding - Linens  Dial 885*9331 - Secheit, B.C.,  BICYCLES!  PARTS and* REPAIRS  New ond Used - All Makes  Call 886-2123  i   * *  ... 11    . i i .I     ' ���  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC   _  Telephone Gibieru 886-2483 ��� Res. &Bfc2}$J  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate 8* Insurance  rszxr.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  .    i>OaT MELLON  Jv F^PE^flAjlBpUR  WW 51^2231  "from 9 o.jfT.'W 5:30 p.m.  '    tUa.BB6-&9A9  chased a faiaraudiiig. black bear up   Darcy StepHansonaiidlittle'i CJjfiEprd    ftj  dvriancifkn   "rildTI*?       '���  ,a tree and held him*there until the   Wa^man,   who  is\no,t', ta^ng   any' UI  CApOil^IUll piail^     ���-,*-  R.C.M.R-fcere called'*'-and the bear   chances. The bear must ha^e known   MAR^iSTSrin the pulp and' paper business  *.        V t  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheljr, ^.C.  Phone 885-2313  L. & H. SWANSON iT��>.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields ��� Bounce find  Front Etjid'Lqador Wo,**,.  Screened Cement Grovel - Fill and Rood Gravel.  ?hono 885-9666 - Box 172 -* Seehelt  00mmm,��mi   m i ��� ��� n 1-1 ���������������- ,��� i ���     ninmii- m MiiWiiX-ii*���Wt^*        ��� >  Wi  hartu-S MASONRY   ".  ��� Fireplcices - Planters - Blockwork  Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates  Phone mWM     ,  SECHa? TOWJNG & SALVAGE  Heavy EqulpmehtMaving & Log Towing  X. HIGGS   Phone B85-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street/ SecheJt  f ARHIHSO^S HEATING JLW,  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down paymfjnt ���> Book interest -  !    Teoye't-irs(t6'pay  OjmpletfjHne pf-appliarvte?.  For ffeo cj^mato-^U 58A-?73t8  nl-},,!, miU i  .i        T. A i.   ^. i !"   'i "���Ll>wtJ     "*    I    "        V"    1  MTTJLE BIT RANCH RIPING  AS^Wr^_.F4dw_^9^'^Jf*  Adul��s/ Sotiairday NigWs from t?;391>^*  Phone 886-2253 far reservations  '     '-'   "        '        . 'i ' A  TWIM CRSEK 4AiM�����R  PUILDIHG ^JPPUES Urp,  ��ial 8v8l6-2903  When You Need fiuilding Supplies  Give Us A Call,  B i* *rt**- * i*��  *�����(,*  .Ft,   *   I*1     ���***�����.  MADGlRA MARINA  Madeira Pork, B.C,  .  k  Your OMC Sorvlco Centre -.Peninsula EVIroUtft  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers fy l^lopkiyp - C^npp  Sites - Trailer Court - LaupchJna Romp  $ Phono 883-2266 ^  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  1 f  Custom cabinetry fpr homo aqd offlco  Kitchen Specialists  R. Blrkln, (Beach Ave., Roberti C;reek   Pfrono 886-2551   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY.S^ALON  Gibsons Village  Experts qt cuts, colff 6nd colour  Custom Po^mt t^ Pfrono W^  (CLOSED MQNDA^)   A-   "'   .'   ���*���   I ���' I1."!,'.",1,"/*  "'''For''YwF:,|iFSM $m0i;  Danny Whcelor  ���Ypmi',-  fCo^pult r^opJ, Wr ^ *MflS!  fr! 1^0,9,1^ W/ ^. -r fl06-^4^  ^ insurance cla.aa��  '   boA'Aales  <6hQrt.fr T^ s ��c*?^c XRyr?  ... ,,..��.,,,..^1,, 11   .,  \C iS SALES  - -*��� SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIAWCE^ -.HARDWARE  - HOME FURNISHINGS  _        Phone 885:971|  ���  ;   mm 195-2818.  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  **��� * *- y -��  0|ien < in "the Benner Block  Secheit, B;CI  PCtlMANfkrWAVes��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYUfcjG -r SHAPING  9 0jn. to S p��*3ri. Tuesday - Saturday  I & $ TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone ,3,86-2172  - pally Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery service  Lowbed hauling  EATON'S  "WHERE-TO-GO"  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL A$ENT FOR ALL YOUR*TRAVEL  NEEDS- MARGARET MACKENZIE '  Suhitycrest Shopping Plaza  . Gibsons 886-2252  ��� t-lcad Office SIS West Hosting*St., Vpn.  ^OWE SOUNP 51015c STQRE '  1|8> AAoritie . Gibsons - 886r9852  Ey^H|^g ���from,l^leedle$ t9  Schoql Supplies.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  P-rcimplt - Elective -On The Spot  ���"v"Sejryjce:'' ������; '  .COM ���986_.953.3oi' 8^6-7071 ofter  5;30 p.m.  ��� ���>-i|--��.l*ll.-MI..|-M-|..-.ll    ^W��l^lltpl-il|lWM^B,l>.M��l,tW-|_l >..,-,     ������-���l.lll.M.^  ^wtW-tog. Controcting  ^cscl-cU. JR��^, 1 flayU Cy Rood   -f^ft ^S$-^050   ROY iwAGENAAR  MtW-^? MMlti�� - 5echelt  was   shi)t: by   Mr. ' Pete   Jackson, that ,most of the fathers3 in *the sub- ,ari^fcft -to&T be termed "buBish" ;at ithe  Scan?p Whb-belpngs to the Stephan- division had- gone- hunting and sneak- mometst; lifit'Northwestern Pulp and Pow^c  son "family is pictured'with young ed�� in to steal a"couple of'chickens Ltdf^as^ost bepn,praised.by. Premier E.  admirers:   Pamela   Wagman,   Tim for, his Sunday, dinner.  I. JK, $iiib;e$ai',d, yice-president and'(resident anatJWget.        -.���     * '    ~  1      . a-' ����  _'�� - -   �� _aa.�� ,    ^      ~.  ,We' ^tner.  companies   have   slowed  down of'icut back on production, the com,-  1         tThte-jprtHnier commended tbe company  f -      I./ - # ' - for "its'contribution ta 'the ^roviiicie^atfd  Haljm.Qori Bay Happenings  "   ���6y*M'ary Tinkley  -* ' . > \  MRS. RALPH McCrady is recuperating at end. for a visit with,ber. relatives "there. . .    ���_....���.    ...   1_-_. .....     _     .,  her home at'Seacrest after -her-return In last week*s gale, at leasj orie boat pany which is located at ^Hinton, 180 miles  from St: Vincei&'s Hospital where she got away from its mooring and headed ior wefet .of Edmonton, has plans for. a ^sub-  underwent surged   -- disaster.   It -was "rescued  by .Mr.', R. J.    stantiaT* expansion. ..,  \ .  StiU on the sick-list is Mr. Frank Lyons Shaich who tiedi it up temporarily tat the        .Theplaij^ are being delayed because of  'in Shaughnessy HospitaL Mrs. Lyons' guest Bill Richmond's buoy.   Unclaimed at the    over-oapacity *# tl^e world pulp market,  "has been a former resident of the Welcome time of going to press, it'is thought to be Northwestern /abo officially opened a $1  Beach area, Mrs. Florrie Brewis. the property of Mr. C. J. Frederickson.  Mrs. Guy Clear was in Vancouver last        The Morrice Hardens spent last week  week to attend the funeral of her sister, at their Redrooffs home and Mr. and Mrs.  Mrs. Ethel Tee.   Mr. and Mrs. Tee were? Charlie Coatham ^ere at their cottage at  guests of the Clear's at Seacrest as recently Frances Avenue,  as August. Guests of the Jack Temple's have been  Ed. and Alice Armstrong of Edmonton Mr"Temple's  brother-in-law 'and   sister,  with their two children were guests last ^    and   ^5    chuck  Hislop  of   North  week of the Art Armstrong's and the Bob Burnaby  and  Mrs.  Temple's father',  Ed.  Cunningham's.   Ed, who -is attending uni- Campbell of Vancouver.  "E?iLl.- d.Tnt0!aV * 3* ThxW ^nm       Last week-end, Mr. Harry McLean re-  %L��r    *gS aDd C0USm to J9an CUQ* ceived a surprise visit from his daughter  mJin. j c   i ���  ��� j v   t, Edna   and 'her  husband  Wm~.   O'Ziro  of  Mrs. Ted Surtees, accompanied by her KevCictoke v  miioii effluent plant Mb 'help reduce water  polllution from the" mill...  ,.  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  * a,     v W     "��� *��� **      ���a* "���*     "* Jf    -0  Pps* Office B|dg., Secheit - Phone 895-23$3  TUESDAY���sl 1:00 cum. ,to 7:00 p..rp.  THURSDAyS���1 i ^00 an. to 7:00p Jin.  SATURDAYS���3:30 p.m. to 7:00-p.i*i.  son John, went to Cumberland last week-  r  *- _.  Home from the fishing grounds is Mr.  Ed. Edmunds, reporting a poor season.  Mr. Edmunds has been trolling in the aAlert  Bay area.  Visiting the CKff Connor's" last" week  were Mr. and Mrs. Gy Cartwright of Calgary with their son George.   " ���..  *r\ t   *-,  ���   "*���   ��*-  -3W  -rr  mmm.  ���''i-'iVI't''  ^fl^��^rf����i��Mtis(^^WtftW*t(^jWu^WitallW^  IMPERIAL )ESSO PEALER  886-9663 �� Hopkin* Mi^^{|  if. b qMnMt f^.?^M__i_5feM  'fg-iir-r; \i,<u,ii\'ii.,ai,M**'il-''i>"'.���rt~~,  AiPpuaw^ w- 4ec1;^ic hi=at  Phono W��-Wfa  ���#iSmInw &ww ltp.  M<*^M %B&!hfo* 9��?d Ac,ty Welding  |pW.Wf Mi (M^lffp Repairs  Gains honors .  ^jiropra^c.tQr Norm Schneider who  recently located from Gibsons to  Seefyett .tpgether with his partner  Blake -Alderson, was .appointed last  week to the Board of B.C. Chiropractors, yhte is a Chiropractic Association of nine members whp govern  jtjtye Chiropractic profession in the  piovince. Mr. Schneider told The  ^(Uries he considers his appointment  # big honplr. His office is situated in  ,^e Post Office piock, Sechel(t.  ALSO SEE THESE TWO GREAT BUYS  This attractive  two-slice  toaster  by Hoover*  This smartly styled deluxe  automatic electric kettle by  Hoover.  Full 1 year warranty  iRI  LTI  Phone 885-2)71  .Coyrrie .Street, Secheit, $���C.  VANCOUVER ASSESSMENTAND COLLECTION DISTRICT  H)'!tM!ta#M l��|.N-*-l tt* jitU��SfcP*��   I  ��4-BB,W^��-*Jil-, t*^*i I <^*^il��  I HEREBY Q1VJE NOTICE thnt, on Thursday, the 5th dny of Oc*ol)cr, 1967, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at 9*44,Howe  Street (Courthouse Annex), Vancouver, B.C., 1 will sell nt" public miction" this lands'mid improvements thereon in the list hereinafter set out,  of the persons in mid list h^rejrwCtcr set out, for nil DELINQUENT AND CURRENT, tiixcs due nnd unpaid by .s^d persons on tl\e date of tax  sn|e, ond for interest, qoais,'iktid expenses, including the cost pf ��dvortisln]jj said S11I9, if the total amount of .taxes duo up to and including the  ye^r 19^, /^;^^Wcftt^tJ^CfC9n/|���?liBc^t^c'r with costs 0^ .^tlycrtlsinB ����>i*i sjnslo.-^boynbt ^^ncr'palU,  !     jpcra^nVaWtpj^^cd'^W propfcrty at ta}. sale nro ndvisod that tax sales do not extinguish existing' Crown liens nnd other exceptions  u^rM,^��-^.^��>;ii ������;: ;�����;<.���T^...-tf..??..?tow.^ ,  ^     ust;0F'JPROpertie?< "���     ��� -  '  pfj^m ,!Lle<j>nlrig  ��miU��itwA4*ii��cAtMyi^t>��f#^��.  Natno Of Person.Assessed  gi Bso^ mbmmtwfc  Your Marshall Vyel'i?  Dealership.  Phone 88,6-2442 - Glbtiond, ft&  vrrr'  -rrr-  LIGHT MACHINE^ ffltylffl  Clearing ��'. LeY^IMra r to^Pi#^? >  Dmllcalozlng  CALL FQR TOE .ESTIMAII  ''   'X'''^^''      -   ������    ���  _..���_P|EM^M^.,:CLEANERS  -  133t'i Gower Tt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  fpR YOUR FAMIU PRY CI.EANIH0 HBBDS  Ro-upholstorlng-   Re-styl(^g  Draperies, CMStom-mado fqrr\ltMre  Froo Estimates        ���  Call 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  mi^ ^Mto* *   Mn. ^m M��vloi p. 885-9740  1 j.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSfER  Howsohblcl Moy^g <% $.to.W  Rhono OW-^i54    _;.' _ [Mf'J flWW  Tuosdqy to Sqlvirday 16 a,m, to 5 b-rri.  - '" '"���";;ff?:!-v|i"^lH. "r^n '���'" ��������,  WRLpOryiE OVFE  .__:$^   pp^n 7 Days A Week  ,6:^0 iQ.mj to 1$:pQ p.m;  WIQAW SEWINQ CENtRE  . .���.���.,���,,.....,,., Au^herlxtNl-''--'���'. ',' V-'- ���  ���"Slmi��r!:^rjf ^#Rf P^F  ##> 8^-2019 t  ^W^T9^uty  ft* 'mfanmt ew-2��8o  IRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  % ^!ife^ ,^ W ^Q Highway  *  A.; ^^���fr/f^AN^  1,1,4.'r" i'"V"' ;"'*'.!���:   Shojrt description o( Property  W*Wf1*ilWW*,WteWfe��'  ���3  McDonell, Sydney; McDonollj 9qrnk<?  %oldrttp, Y'Ctor 0,r <3ooldrup. hy L,  1. on�� Bay Dovelopiincnts Llmit��d.*~i  1. oi*s Bay Devclppments Limited..���..  L ohs B"y Deyelop^hcnts Limited.....:  L ��jn�� B^y jDiwqi9p,mcn��8 L'n^t-id *  l.ous Bay Developments Limited......  Lohs Bay Dcvcloptr\chts Limited..:...  L ono Bay Devcilopmcnts Limited   Li^ns Bay jqayotwnwtffi LimU��d...;,  L on�� Bay Developments Limited   Bk. 24, D.L. i023, flan.7125,.C. of T. 3415651  Lot 2, Bk, C. of Bk, 13, D.L, 1397, Pl|ih" 10482, 0. ofT.  >(%./H,P-f. 1575  Lot 2. Bk.4, Plan 10154, C. oLT. 398349L ^���,..7���  Lot 3, Bk. 4, Plan 10154, C.'of T. 39H349L  ���y*^iiW-^lHfni^f^3^w**ffffl!*,v  TTT-r  Residential-i Commercial  '���;.������",Industrial VYIfIng  Electee Heating Specialta��  mm  Uw ni'V Poyciojj.mentd Limited   Fceiilo, jL-tonoli WcN^l, ll\om*vi., .'  Brown, Ronald M.|, Brown, Ooorao  M.'i-ntfcs, ot will ot .VllUwn K.  Brown);  nnd  Fitziimmons, Cntho-  rawfl, Ronald M.i -Mv^.P^^0  Brown);'; and Fitzjilmmons, Cailie-  '    TtnO        J. A..,:.....A........-..'-...A.t,^*A,..A.....��A...  Robinson, Thomas E. ��...���.....-~,.~~--_  Lluns Hay Developments Limited   Smith, Gordon (ic��. owner, Gordon  Mcintosh, admin, or estate of David  Mcintosh)   ..'.   Lot3. Bk. 7. Plan 10595, C. of T. 5022I9L ...a..........   L'ot 5. Bk. 7, Plan 10595, C. of T. 5022191 ,   Lot 23, Bk, 7, Plan 10595. C. of T. 502217L...   Lot 24, Bk. 7, Plan 10595, O. of T. 5022I7L,.,....;   Lot 31, Bk. 7, Plan 10595, C. of T, 5022I7L   Lot 38. Bk. 7, Plan 10595. C. ot T, 5O22I0L   Lot 41, Bk. 7, Plfffl JL05.95. ,C. of T. 3.Q2210L ........  Lot 42, Bk, 7, Plan 10595, C. of T, 502246L .....  Lot 43, Bk. 7, Plan 10595, C. of T, 502216L .  ->��nta**M*��*4-> ���>���->������*-<  Lo| 10, Bk. 5. D.L,, JW4 and 1595, P|nn 6760, C, of T,' I78854L��� ...  D.L. 3077, C. of T. 27I616L -.  �����-��-���>���*���>**-������<  D.L. 3080, C. of T. 2716171 ���...:.   Parcel A. Rcf. IMnn 3278, D.L, 3961, C. of T, 2176641..,,.., ......  D.L. 6748, C, of T, 4671211 .....  D.L. 6893, C. of T. 50H522L   $ o  381.46  225,52  391.71  306,64  216.12  256.69  245,30  276.70  285.01  585.01  275.96  257.65  231.45  *"t4r:o��  46.04  28.30  ���*^*  28.30  110,01  637.44  $ c  11.841  10.27  16.8.5  14.1M  10.29  12.34  11.22  13.47  13.84  13.84  13.84  12.90  1L60  "fi;46;  2.09  1.29  1.29  5.01  29.7H  $ c  14.00  13,09  13.00  13.00  13.00  13.Q0  13,00  13.00  13.00  13.00  13,00  13.00  13.00  "I4.0d  13.00  14.00  14,00  14.00  14.00  i ~  4 -J  Mi  ���H V*i!#!^(��^*��4l'tS*.i^iHJiIl*Mia-| iil��*litoli*lilVlfllli(*t)**  1 $. c  407.30  248.79  421.56  333.68  239.41  282.03  269.52  303.17  311.85  311.85  302.80  283,55.  256,05  t<St..12'  61.13  .43.59  ��I*^W.:|��r*',^Wl"*W��*S��*fl!Sl*W  43.59  129.02  681.11  ,:i?-?W>i?^l#.te^^^ \WMW ~  Datcil im N,c,yv VVc*>tmlnstcr, B.C., this 8th day of September, 1967  4-  131.081   5.971 14,00.  J. F. Mc60NAlA  /Vvy^^A^*0*'**  ���     \       ������   '-   i,^.(���#>,.%. ���&./ #(�����!*^*��v*,^-!^.*#,via����i* r**-  *.**?    * jt-V*}',  'I I  f   4- >ff y-#*v����j--  /,  it, WaAf\ XJaa^j ' fc va. t\  yiSSSZS^l  t7  M  I  \{ 111  r *  ft'  ������������ - ,:-:;.,���, -...:--:-y^:^^  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, September 27, 1967  The pENiNSULA^^iiei.  mTORIALS  Reader's Ri  BIG" business iaiid ?g^t down to the-real/  fundamentals^ 7;'AXA>7:  : jM773A^Ml^mEi7^ :^____1______  ������ a.���'^S.AAS;wSSsvBs'717"���'.',��';*��.�� ^.'i.;'.,.. A;tArtAA'A*A'^AsA'^A  #siii_l_M  *--������-��� ������&:iiAiA-aJ^--Ar .���~>��-��A>As;..i;iA^*^^  _ "/ /nay Ac wroni>, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right: s  s \ ���John Atkins 5  >,M0000000000000000000000000000000000*0��00000'*'**"*mmm'"''mm*"*"''m"0''m''m0'aB*m*'mi  The d��oi*-to-d*o��F racket  IT WOULD appear that the cycle of time  has swung around again to the period  when magazine sales crews feel the public  has recovered from its last round of  attacks and is ready to be milked again.  Warnings are already out from the  Better Business Bureau in Vancouver,  telling householders that, while there is  no complaint against the magazines which  are offered, they should watch carefully  the details af the contracts they are asked  to sign.  Subscription agencies organize these  crews pf young people, favoring brash  females who happen to posses a certain  crude charm, and train them into hardsell artists who have, no scruples, no  conscience, and the general moral standards of alley-cats. After such a crew has  swept a town, the cries of people who  find they are committed to substantial  cash payments over a long period of time,  and also have signed up for a half-dozen  or more magazines, can be heard past the  town boundaries. ''But I was only trying  to help . . . I didn't want any magazines!"  is one common complaint when the contract is found to be legal and binding.  Or. 'Al just ordered ONE magazine . . .  and I've got six coming!" And so on.  These young magazine sales crews do  not "sell magazines." Their pitch, worked  out by experts, is based on some vague  "Training Program" or "Youth Achievement Course" or sometimes the suggestion of paying university tuition or of  winning a round-the-world trip. It's a  psychological appeal, because almost  everyone wants to help a youth struggling  through ^  crews operate in months when universities are in full swing seldom seems to  draw the attention of householders.)  Also, some householders (and businessmen) believe, that an exhorbitant and  unfair contract can be cancelled, and  learn to their sorrow that it is almost impossible to break one of these contracts,  no matter what "he said" or "I understood." A sales contract is a binding  contract when executed by these young  not matter one little bit what was said,  not said, or merely "understood." The  effective terms of the contract are in the  material printed in the contract, not on  what the salesman told you. And believe  us, these people DO collect on those  contracts, unless you are prepared to go  into long and expensive law actions to  fight them . . . which you might lose.  More than one court has observed that  a contract was manifestly. unfair, but  nevertheless it ��� is legal and must be  honored. /  There are reputable subscription  agencies in reputable stores, and there  are local hometown agents whom you  know and trust, if you wish to subscribe  to a magazine. There is ho need to encourage these hot-shot door-to-door  salesmen.  We offer this advice, .if your doorbell  is rung: Be prepared to be overcharged  for anything you get; buy it ONLY if  YOU want it; ask to see the municipal  sales licence and if it is not actually  SHOWN to you, then phone the municipal licence inspector so that he can track  them down.  Some of these sales organizations  have been "run out of town", others  have been flatly refused licences, based  on unsatisfactory records in other communities. But still new ones appear.  The way in which door-to-door salesmen get their sucker-lists built up is also  interesting. The other day we got a piece  in the mail for some cooking-ware. A  coupon at the bottom said we could enter  a draw for an 18-piece set, absolutely  ftee. Now the probability that anyone  will ever win a set, or that a draw will  ever be held, is very unlikely. What will  happen, however, is that everyone who  sends in a coupon may expect a call at   their   door   from   an  expert, salesman,  fully trained in human psychology and  weaknesses, and end up with a high-cost  contract on their hands instead of the  free set they fully expected to win.  You may be next, so be prepared.  Like weeds', these high-pressure door-to-  Debt iree  Editor, the Times:  Sir.���Having recently returned from a  trip to the W. A. C. Bennett Dam, I must  say I was impressed by this vast undertaking and our government is to be commended for its dynamic outlook.  Dr. Gorden Schrum states that not one  cent of taxpayer's money was spent on the  Dam, it was all borrowed.  Only   under   the   Social  Credit   Banner  can a government undertake such a stupendous project and still remain debt free.  PETER JENKINS.  Forge* 'Think Big"  Editor, The Times:  Sir���The splendid editorial "EXPENSIVE  INEFFICIENCY" September 20th issue of  the Times is a masterpiece. J  It is time some one spoke out regarding  the terrific expense for buildings, administrative offices, expensive equipment _h  connection with School District No. .46.  When is this expense going to end? Appointments are made and immediately the  person given the position needs an assistant.  The writer for several years was a  member of the board and one employee  carried on the duties of secretary-treasurer  with one assistant. The board members  attended meetings . which lasted for hours  and we received no remuneration whatever as we thought it our duty to serve  and rightly so without payment for our  services.  Apparently there are six full time employees in the School Board Office and  goodness knows how many part time  assistants. The Provincial Taxes on my  one lot at Secheit amount to $299.17 and  out of this amount the school tax "is  $204.88. The heavy burden of taxes is  being borne" by old age ��� pensioners or  retired people and it is not right for the  school board to spend large amounts when  not necessary.   Let us forget this "THINK  Eevea^j^^^^^A^i,v  Editor, Thef^e^^^7':^)A7:77      ������������������;-  Sir.���Oh ,:S|p^n^e$ '  ;helt TheatreVio'kfee^  ������- ,��� '   .. *������:.*..>?    .:���; A '; ,"A A \A;'?    ' ���.'���^���������-r3*l;&*4,ft��^  '''������':.~"'r'AAt'7'{r,;  X%  Sec  i *-i  1  the age of five to seven :years.HThesie children could not have been'ocicam^  adults because most of them were Indian  caildren and there were not enough Indian  adults to cover all those children.   ���'  There were very revealing scenes in  this show and I feel that this restriction  saould be enforced in the future.  "SHERI LEE",  Gibsons.  (Editors note: Mr. Hayes of the Secheit  Theatre, a busy man with little time to  devote to trivialities,-did take time out to  explain that for every under-age youngster  attending a restricted show, a card ot  ' authorization signed by parent or legal  guardian has to be presented or the child  accompanied by an adult. Fridays and  Saturdays are frequently the nights many  parents use the Theatre as a baby-sitting  service and while they might accompany a  child to the show, there is no way by  which they can be forced to stay through  the program. As to revealing scenes, Mr.  Hayes suggest the writer take a look at  Playboy magazine, available to any child  al most newstands).  Reminiscences  Editor, The Times:  Sir���I was very glad to. see A.J.C.'s  pennant flying from the masthead again  and hope to be able to read more of this  old timer's reminiscences and his obesrva-  tions of wildlife and the changing seasons  around his hilltop hideaway.  ,. MARY ANNE WEST--3  River on Vancouver; Is}sump;j'<  a  Nearly :$Q0..w>x\ssrg^  pulp  mill voted K^p^ee^i^  strike action to back, up Pieir j��opc^ais fw?  a   $50-a-,month   cost-of-living ' bonus   and ���  specific job rates not; covered by 4he pulp,  'industry standard agreement,.:        ;   ���  The Tahsis Co, has Offered 7 a 'flat' $200  bonus Which has been rejected by the  PPWC  The Vancouver IWA has sent a wire to  the PPWC saying: "We will recommend to  our membership 'that as an organization we  provide all-out moral and financial support'  should this become necessary.,  ^ffNS^olftllMSf!4  Secheit   Notary-  attending    the  Asked the small boy, looking ,up from  the evening paper, "Dad, do political plums  grow from seeds?"  Public has been  Annual Notaries  Convention ot Harrison Hot Springs  and will be resuming normal business Thursday, September 28, 1967.  A harassed young mother  baby-sitter as a girl hired to  leftovers in the refrigerator.  defines   a  finish   the  aataaetouxiiK^^  SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA  ARE YOU  INTERESTED IN:'  Monthly Pay *  Driver Training  *  Range Shooting  Summer Camp * Weekend  Exercises '* Summer Employment  (for selected personnel)  If you are physically fit. male age 16-35  Then you are interested in joining this famous  HIGHLAND REGIMENT  Contact Mr. J. Ayris, Phone 885-2348  Roberts Creek Hall, Saturday mornings, 16 to 21 age group  Tuesday nights, 21  to 35 age group.  vultures and their principals:, and it does    door deals show up in regular cycles.  ffiei  l*dli��!����   ��f   hfgjfeway  EVIDENCE is growing that the alcoholic readings are consistently over the accept-  is a special hazard on the highways^ ed limit. We are not going to see any  saysTEarl Damude; editor of The Medical lowering of traffic accidents ahd fatalities  Post.  He (quotes, a study by Dr. Reginald  G. Smart of the Alcoholism and Drug  Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario revealing that 96 alcoholic clinic  patients had twice as many traffic accidents as the general driving population.  Another study shows that out of 72 fatal  out' accidents 40% ���' involved alcoholics.  ,A'These highway accidents, fatal or  otherwise," Pamude points out, "are  not caused by so-called social drinkers  who take a few beers and then drive  home. They arc caused by hard-core  alcoholics who have a long history of  heavy drinking and whose blood alcohol  until tougher legislation is passed to keep  alcoholics from driving.  If provincial medical associations  showed strong leadership in helping to  keep alcoholics off the highway, perhaps,  some such legislation might succeed. We  can lawfully prevent people with ocular  disorders and epilepsy from driving and  these people constitute a minuscule  hazard compared with the alcoholic  driver.        ,:-v,y ������������,,,: ..,..,���,, ,..-, ���  The evidence that the alcoholic driver  is a killer in incontrovertible. Let us get  him off the highways,"  -       .���������'������        The Medical Post  Afflitem��!* lit hob0 society  'J      f'  A.      ^  I  "7  11  v,i  7  ,"S  II  1II  OUR affluent society has, it seems,  reached a stage whereby a new type  of bum has been born, the type of person who drifts aimlessly from one community to another under the fond impression the world owes him a living.  These people are neither beatniks  nor hippies. They arc, in most cases,  reasonably well-educated individuals with  little, ambition and practically no sense  of responsibility but still bear a strong  resemblance to tht.' liuman race.'  Under a number of,easily detected  guises they turn up from time to time,  all with the same story, They seek employment arid anything will do providing  they 1 can make  sufficient, to  maintain,  themselves;    ,. A,....  , Most people arc ready to, help sonic-,,  one genuinely put to help himself and in  short time opportunities are offered. The  strunge thing is that months later, despite various short terms of employment  which usually become shorter each time,  the drifter is still assuring his dwindling  supporters of his sincere desire to work.  In duo course, having extracted the last  then transpired; he is actually a school  teacher but would not consider accepting  such employment for he .disliked regular  hours.  His next query involved accommodation. Told that it might be possible to  obtain a room for $40 monthly, the big  money operator just about flipped his lid  for, it seems, $40 per month is city price  and he certainly would not consider this.  Needless to say, this young enthusiast  failed to linger when told his desire for  work,obviously was not too sincere. He  carried on his way as the others have  bci'ore him and there is no reason to  expect him to be the lasl,  Ghnnging-tcon(litiohs-of-thc-clity**und  age appear to have the unfortunate  knack of eliminating sonic problems but  creating new ones in the process. But  when nh out-of-work Wanderer can turn  uji his nose at $2 nn'lioiir, |hcn things  cannot be, in a very bad state after all.  WjfenSlbAertHM'ittaM-'f'f  , PIchsho  waa  Improved; , ��o   when   hln  plncc wns robbed soon after, be ��� studied  tho bandit who bound him with ropofi and  Inter did n pnlntln/*, of tho man for thu  dregs of generosity from his remaining    |>ollco, Guided by tho sketch, thoy promptly  friends, he drifts along to.the', next mile-   foumkd up, two hundred people, i\ horse,  S il>*w*%[<��9"-, j^lwHt .fttfwrtMWi  �� 'p I wt&'t^fayph'iPt rft* "*  stone of his devious > career,  A typical example of this new attitude  tQ"iifcrwas evidenced-rcccntlynvitlrthe *  arrival of such an individual bearing all  the carnjmrks and' who qUiekly proved,  to be o^ such calibre, Pack on back,,  wcll-c-lucatcd, sincerely sought employment etc. We were in a position to advise  him of vyork available at $2.00 an hour  for Jfght labouring, This was obstacle  " " numbe*; one- for who in this day and age  ��� ,'.   ;,   , wouldVwork for such a pittance,  Tp|d,0iiH mnny,people do and would,  .,, ;,   ,,    given'the opportunity, he made abundant-  .. i.     .,, ly. clear the jfact that he would not con-  _idc*Asuch a mcagrg remuneration, ll  ~ -h~ -~  n benrso, a  opener.  pair of old boots, and a can  *c-****"'.'"'*.*"'*^,*'.",���'''"'**'"'*""'���"''"*,''* pmm?' "1* .1.  The PEWNSULflTWe*  Published Wednesdays al Jk'chcli *  on H,C,'�� Sotuldnc Coa->i  '"     " ~  by "   Secheit PenliiMilu Tim.-, I.id.  Jlox 381 - Scchclt, 1J.C.  , . ���   Doughs G, Wheeler, lulltor  $, B. AlsKurtl, 1'iwlMier  Subscription Kalcss (in advance)  t  Yenr,  $5 - 2  Years,  $��  .  3  Yearn, $13  U.S. anil Foreign, $5.30  Swing the nren fnmi fort Mellon to Ugnwnl  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  I **mm **4***>^j_- irTnr~i"^nr~rifn'r'-nTnrriff<*i'n*rrwnTiroiw*i*u*<M  Top: '68 PontiacParisienne Sport Coupe.;Bottom:.'68 Grande Parisienne Sport Sedan.  ^68 Ibntiac j^es\^Me^^^  New flowline styling,  new road-holding stability,  plus the biggest  standard V8 engine  in Pontiac's history.  Dramatic new flowline styling with disappearing  windshield wipers. Bigger tires, wide 6" wheels set further  -~-p===~~-n apart for a wider track. Big rtew Astro- Flash  /^zxa^x    327 c'u".' in; 210 hp standard on V8 models.  felllSC'r:;^   Peripheral bumper. Full Glass styling and  irZSL., Astro Vertti^tion on Grande JParislennc  ���^.de^ack^J Spon Coupe#  A ��68 Donumont Sport Doluxo Sport Coupo.  ^8 Beaumont  A 'CQ Acadian Two-poor Coupo,  %  68 Acadian  Every GM ccr hos  boloro wo nwrk it  i^VMYffi* who'arc ...,-,...'.J.;   ready for new ideas. <  12 toiitlly new ni'Mlch. New stjllnft.  New power. Ncw.rldc. Ncwwldur (ruck.  New concealed wlndalilchl wipers  on Sport Deluxe and Custom niodcla.  to make a great  sports car even greater.  m����� ��*nmw iiwi*** pniiiii--|' B4immim4iwi**mw4,!H*,.,mrfmm���,i��*;W*m*.ii>i4*itM  :Moro'powerfiil-*'nftliH����t-Ncw-l'Vill<*la**i-~��  ntyllnft. New Jipp��rl��v��l vcntUutloii..Ncw,  cufltoin optloiiH. N��w renr HimponHlon  and tho wldvai track In Iin claas  for even hotter roadholdlnft.  Or make It swing.  Your choice.  ~itomplett>ly-fl>��w-far-*%$rJ^  lHouktJ.roi.Ul) for iht!Jowcst..|>rlc�� cJuj.8..  li'aHtback Klyllnft. .Superb performance  and lutiulliuft, lllrtftont-ovcr choice of  luxury, comfort and power options,  0 mcik') it  *���*��* W* t��MlHM4  ��� So* your authorized Pontine dealer*  Ai4lh��rl/(.'(l Pontine  Dcx\\ot In 'Secholt!  Peninsula Motor Products (1957) Ltd.  Secholt, D.C.  Phonai 885-2111  few^tai^^wiifrf^'^*^'*' i,-^-��*-'w  U sf^j*v*>(.-i., -,,..  tl  A. F*ifc& ��� *- r  f^AA^il#^^  Big fob ��� '��� ��� '"���?> '  X      V      *      a    "a',   - '    < *     ^ ! A  f ^   ���*�� -a     '"a    ,Wv       ,|  iff! '"A MINrATOREfpidp mill Ipout 'fife" feetj     &&*%,$faafatt flia^l  *!2 ��� l" /tall will/oe the centre'of a major in-   morfelOgs^^v^labteii^Ca^*^  future for pulp  ; �� 4 mi too early Tf^fcmto.^^^^  ~" "--��� _' *"        Wednesday, September %ft W&t  i*^m*0��m>00m&0wm  '���"-Am  <-", tf   * a  .   VBfcl'  %  r ii A  ada'* "ttttfrltetx' palp ;will BS^^^Sed^iit' .  ;��� -    ���*.*, MM*- w^W* -a-.: V4m�� $mold Ow?e    t, .���  ***** ^incJl^^^^ii^esjkd by <fce Ate. W^ ^JS JPSJ2SS 5FSS 2H_��&  Jesslman���Clarka  St. Bartholomew's . .  Anglican Church wedding  unites Jessiman-Clarke  Andf whenr they cairn* to putting in the I ones developed,,, -to"convert fibt^pre^s^ntf^  50-horse imotor to,run the little mill, they/ wasted into products^ ultimately market-  had/to, cut a foole through the wall and ablev" ' " , �� "  ;put it outside. v ' ^ f, What are tine branches/ worth?' Bfow  NONE TO SOON                                    '.       much gow* puip ** in ^ stUlilP�� ^e r^ofes?'  'Pbe.federal emphasis on pulp resources i NATURE'S PLASTIC    ��     ^  and ffsearch comes none to soon.   ���     -   ,,*      Anotiier answer <&kkt mttet beT��ouitdr is  "By the" year 2000," said Dr.. John'L.,< how toi*se the lignin, nature's plastic ttoa-t  Keays, <who heads the long-range study of^f holds tiie fibres of wood together.  What is becoming Canada's major��natural,,      ���For e        m tons ^ bleaclied puip  resource^ "the yield and the use will be an ��� produced( over 60 tons of lignin is either  balance/'    -                                               , wasted, poured into' sewers-'to cause -a  In other words, the, nation will be paving c Uution problejIi   or ^ used ^ a iow.  to dgpend( on trees presently growing:  it-; value fuel*- Dr. Keays said.  will no longer be able to reap the benefit ^ ��,-*���-*.     -_   - i~~~.*A +*..,> -~n*i.i*-  of rwtt 4t took puce tad-eds of ye^t .,����-��- ^^r^^T^!  *^��sje 5,roblrans! "^ mu5t,ie'f ��y^ ^atu^rs'/iLt  iwiSt,-. oc m,,^ �� w- ct-ft,iiri �� tol*s*  Think what U��e value would be if it  We don v Know as mucn as we snouia, .                   .       ��.^__* _i_ ���.���j ��,--.��-..��  ' he said.   "We don't know as much as we , could,���� *J���1 "fo thenwals and become  think we know.   And we don't know as wortil ^ust 12 cents, a pound;'' .  much as we know."                                     v Tfle idea isn't far-fetched.   The petro-  The latter was in reference to the fact^ chemical industry has done much of this  that learned papers by the thousands have ��� with the wastes in the refining process.  been published on woods and fibres and Before the Forest Laboratory gets very  pulping.   And part of the effort of this deep into lignin research it may take sev-  projept  will  be to  locate  and sort out ��r��l years to review ithe scientific literature  this knowledge. on the subject, "We don,'t know as much as  Dr. R. E. Foster, who heads the labor- we would like to know." " Assembling the  atory, told how an interchange of informa- knowledge will take sophisticated computer  tion known about tree disease was at last techniques of data storage and retrieval.  set up  by  Canada,  the  U.S.  and  other The laboratory hopes to adapt its mmi-  -.-..-------                 .                       nations, and today it is possible to get a mill to making pulping even from slivers."  The bride,  given\ in marriage by her    resume of all that has been written about Working with other forest divisions and  step-father, was attractively gowned in a    a specific ailment of trees in most North" private  companies,   it  hopes   to  sample  rittsh Columbia  magazine  Photo by Bill Price  ���������  and enjoy a special 2 for 1 bargain!  v  ST   BARTHOLOMEW'S   Anglican  Church    was played by Mr. Wm  Haley.  was  attractively decorated  with white  gladioli and yellow spray  mums on the        , , .   _  r   occasion- of   the   wedding   on   Saturday,    ballerina length  gown of white peau de American  areas  through   an  information ' existing forests'to find" "out What vahtes  August 26th of Dianna Christine Jessiman    soie with white lace jacket and shoulder centre in Washington.   But this hasn't yet ^cx-st there.  A suggested method would be  and Robert Wilbam John Clarke* length ved   Her bouquet was of Talisman been done for pulping and fibre -studies.    ^ t�� take cores from trees after a grid of a  The bride is the youngest daughter of   roses and white carnations. ' forest has been surveyed. Then these cores  Mr and Mrs A.Haleta of Twin Creeks and        Matron of honour, Mrs. Janet Thorning- WHOLE-TREE PULPING would be developed- for, pulping values,  the groom   the youngest son of Mr   and    ton, was attired in a turquoise ballerina-        One major objective of the pulp study ���.____���__.  Tr.n  groom, youngest son of Mr   and , 4 wiU be whole-tree pulping. Dr. Keays drew WE^^EES,JOO ^ ��������������. .  taffeta   and   carried   a   bouquet   of  pink a picture of a tree on a blackboard.   He        Dr. Foster and Keays discussed ��bes so--  Sameliaf drew a Une at the stump and figuratively caUed weed trees such as aspen.   Vast  Bridesmaid was  Miss Maria Dlugopol- lopped off.tiie branches.   ,, *���*?...are eowed wig this ^growing  Brmesmaid was  Miss,Maria,JJiugoppi, ^-*��t.^^^ggg^*jfi��g:Tiffinrp'and"the roots spedes? 1^��tle-is-taown*a      strand  Mrs Alf Clarke of Gibsons.  The double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. J. H. Kelly and wedding music  Here's,what our gift package includes: a full year's subscription to Beautiful British Columbia magazine-4 issues  illustrated with, magnificent color .photographs - plus a  handsome calendar diary containing 13 more color views  of British Columbia's scenic grandeur. Alf for the regular  subscription price of only $2. It's quite a bargain, especially  considering,the excellent quality and content of Beautiful  British Columbia magazine. Published by the Department  of Travel Industry, this spectacular quarterly deals ex-  clusivetyin articles and photographs with the vast and varied  regions.of our province. The newly designed 8%" x 11*  calendar diary is a natural companion piece, and includes  a personal greeting from you to the recipient Why not  compile a list now of those you'd like to receive this unique  gift package! We'll mail the current winter issue of Beautiful  British Columbia - and the personalized calendar diary -  to your friends or relatives anywhere in the, world.  Copping ��%!@r$ Ud.  VERIFIED _lf^JS|k^ARRANTY  USED CARS  1939 NASH LAFAYETE  .,.$195.00  .1*345.06  1958 VAUXHALL ���.���..���_^���  1957 CHEV. V-8  . ~~,��� ..$395.00  1959 RaAMBL.ER-4 dr .$395.00  1964 VALIAl^I^Q^YT^^;;,^ .which.she Jwore-jCcoisage,.  1964 FORD FAIRLANE.V *_..,  "' ^^^ A [    of red carnations.   Groom's mother wore  Station  Wagon  ._. ._,$!695.00  1966 VW DELUXE ..$1595.00  .966 V.W. DELUXE  with sljnroof,  only 3,000 miles    1695  00  ska, who wore a ballerina-length dress of  yellow nylon over taffeta and carried a  bouquet of mauve glamelias. Both attendants wore veils to match their gowns. Best  man was Mr. Danny Thornington and  ushers were Mr. Nick Husby and Mr. Ed.  ������-Dayies:'-'-''--"- ^-���j'���-'������- ���;������ ^...,.,,.,,...,;.,.^..:,.:,7...  After the ceremony, guests assembled  at'Danny's "Dining Room for the reception,  where the toast to the bride was proposed  by Mr. R. Patton and toast to the bridesmaids was proposed by Mr. Danny Thornington. A beautifully decorated, three-  tiered wedding cake centered the bride's  table.  The bride's mother chose a gold-toned  gown for her daughter's wedding, with  matching gold lace jacket and gold and red  might be as much as 30 percent of the , almost nothing of its possible value as a  entire usable bulk, of the tree.v he said., [ PulP source.  "We don't know but we'll have to find out '      Other objectives may -be to apply cer-  HbWONSALE  1967 VW1600 FASTBACK WITH  RADIO, LEATHER AND SUNROOF.  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The Eagle Lodge  GARDEN PAY, D.C.  y.  .f.^W  QXH'   4*f��fS*il^  a toMi'e*rti*JM*l!li��i4fi��Ea>ifW��**l k4  wuwwM"*  W^��1HP|W ijM^-h -v*W+llfr*��Hl"*' I  I.***-!.    IH wV    )  iM *!WM*W ^(^���*t����i��lHct��'P��*M Hi^-Mfc^M**!*'* Va^WWW* tHW  rW^<t^WN^W^Htrf^M-*tiW^^*��H^*^W**^ 1  ]����'*PS^*WlW"*��r'lii) A  ��f*rt^>^Hi*v4W<*nt��-^*wlPiW*#''*"<Wi-' i^tfr ft"*t  , .fit        t i  ,''.,   " '77,u���i,<\-'rXlAl.,ln I.  Ml'"  ! i  "',1 I  1"  }<?)>. tii^'-HtWft   *-(   '  f, ������������� jtlF    11  '   *'    ',   f I. i   < I . II    i   ' .-P^S^*^Sjhk_*ir<-*V,\  a. *-  ~c~~-  "1t'?'T''."."'*^*y''" "~  _a  iswfcsa  A-; '.;,i-"-S '-*>-i��i��^v  iM'ffv"' *��� t 1 MCM i-i'.** K.  1 I  ���f-t  r  A*  ! '-*������'  -' I  I' I  ��� I ���'  !���  s  "ji1  'J f  ,W !  ,i't  Page A-6  The. Peninsula times        Wednesday, September 27, 1967  Home Service Centre  -B.C. Hydro News  CNIB cairipaign aids  Tflindffiul^areers  ���BECAUSE - X-Ray film processing-is - done _  ���in the dark, it offers a "satisfying career  for trained "blind'persons.1   Today 59 blind  SOME HOUSEHOLD HINTS ' ' * ",   andJorft, never allowing'it to stand still in , .. >���-��.- ���    v���,  One of the'cardinal* rules in making a : One,spot for more than a second or two.' .persons across Canada fill;these posts, you  j baking   ; i,1 u perhaps spring time has given you the  boll, the, "urge,to brighten spme clothing with a tint.  - Landscaping  B.C.   Hj'dro   Sub-station   at   North and seeding and its success depends  Road,   Gibsons,  has   been  given  a to some extent on a water supply  $2,000 face-lift which vastly improves which the Village of Gibsons Landing  V- its   appearance.    Project   included has promised to take into considera-  clearing, top soil, grading, planting tion in the provisional budget.  ���������^*VI^W*'**,y"l*ltiJI'JjMil*FJ)|f|ll'>^  Lumber carrier  now on the ways  KEEL OF the first of two specialized  lumber carriers which will operate out  of B.C. ports for Canadian Transport Co.  Ltd;, the shipping subsidiary of MacMillan  Biodel Ltd., was recently laid at the Hiroshima shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., through their Bermuda subsidiary, but Will be operated under long-term  charter by MacMillan Bloedel.  One of the ships will be christened the  H. B,.l MacMillan alter the founder. of the  MacMillan Bloedel lumber empire, and the  other will be named J. V. Clyne, after, the  present board chairman and chief .executive officer.  JS&ch of the two ships will have a deadweight capacity of 27,000 .tons.  good cup of coffee is* a CiLEAN Jiffee pdK    Dp\,not\ attemptto add weight by pressing  In addition to thorough, washing after each'   '<townvQn the fcolisher. When polishing hard-  use, periodic use of a, commercial cleaner' - wood, move polisher with the grain of the  is recommended to remove residual oils.!,* wtfqjd* , This gives a more even polish and  These oils, if not removed, become rancidJ *ljmin?1;es brush marks*  and spoilthe flavor of the'coffee. To'ciean.1   /'kV'A-    "   ...***  a glass coffee maker, add a little' baking  soda to the water in the bowl and  s )lution for a few minutes:  % " .      .    > Tinting Can be easily and evenly done in,.  Other rules for making consistently good Jyouf, automatic washing  machine.   There  c >ffee���use freshly ground coffee; measure t ifcre tints on the market which give direc-  coffee and water and do not reheat coffee,    tions for tinting in an' automatic washer.  *   *   *    ��� Protect inside of washer cover and area  surrounding the cover with foil during the  drying process. If any dye isspilled on the  outside of the washer, wipe off with a  damp cloth immediately. After tinting in  the washer, run the machine through a  complete cycle with bleach and detergent  to remove all traces of the tint.  make ^ tHis r training'' possible when you  support the current drfye * for funds under  way the week of October 1st, 1967.  i^iwiiiiiuMini*jiiioiii^^i****r****r*******1**'*'******** ****************,  If the bottom of your electric fry pan  is discolored; there is a special cleaner  available at authorized appliance service  depots and departmental stores which will  make it bright again. Read the manufacturer's directions carefully before using.  The cleaner is spread on tbe bottom (exterior) of a dry pan and allowed to stand  for 20 to 60 minutes, then it is washed off.  Clean frypans radiates less heat downward  and  lessen  the  possibility  of  damage  to  countertops.  *   *   *  To clean the soleplate of an iron, use  a mild non-scratchy...household, cleaner. For  greater ironing ease, occasionally rewax  the surface by ironing over, wax paper with  iron set at low. Wipe off. excess wax and  polish with a clean, dry cloth. '������ ; A .  When steam ironing, use ' long,, slow  strokes. In this way .the steam is permitted  to penetrate the fabric! and then the rear  or "dry'' portion of the sole-plate drives  off the excess moisture.    A ;  To operate a floor polisher, before polishing allow wax to dry for 20 minutes  unless manufacturer's directions state  otherwise.   Move the polisher slowly, back  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  '4W490i00*0mim0m40mi0*04004m0t0ft*i0i0f0000i0f0i000i*0004'40*00  .wiw<wnn>*w��MV��w'MMi��M'����-w-����-��*-*MMiryFwintwv^  '   Wed. ond Thur.  FrL, Sat., Mon. ond Tue.  l^&Siliffllill  fB&SI&i  ? *ESh*^-*����st'_J.V',,,J���'�������� ������     ^���l***��,'  F>;A-A��vAl  ^X?AXh7&  &t0ttiAXs-M  at 8:00 p.m.  ffp_**3*^ja*"t*-  4'  j,,'Am  ;-4&  ot8 pm. olso2 p.m.Sat.  k"*f**r"**-1"*l**"*"*"****"**-*-"**���*"*"********************'**************  L,- X : :...l '~,A z . Almost completed  Change in name, plans *��g2&*����> ������� SS&Lft  approved at meeting  station at Gibsons was designed by  Mr. Raymond Smith of Vancouver  who has been with the company for  FROM NOW on.say "British-Columbia-  almost 25 years, just one year less  Cancer Treatment and Research Found-    than  his   brother,   Mr.   T.   Ivan  B.  ation'' instead of "British Columbia Cancer   Smith of Davis Bay.   A variety of  Foundation"A'" '"���"'; spreading  Junipers  and  Pines  and  The change in name was approved by    other evergreens were  selected, ior  members .attending,"the 32nd -annual meet-    the   bank   arid   ornamental, Cedars  ing   held-at  the5!B.C." Cancer   Institute,  Vancouver. ,  Foundation president H. &f. "Gale ��� and  B.C. Cancer Institute Director'Dr. VA."M.  Evans explained the-change is being made  stand sentinel on either side..  Institute!  The new building wll take the  njfoce  to .reflect the wide scope of the Institute's    ��_ _u60 ^aJ^ld, s^^ure'^ '$�� south.^nd  ._!..._-ii_- -���a,j ,   ,    .,       .....        .        of the Institute's present facilities  opprations���-particular]y 4he addition -of a  floor in' Uie Institute devoted to research.  , Mr.' I Gale also announced plans for a  $1,7 million expansion of, the B.C.' 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JTiroP-^-^^^j-Fliflh*  3:25 p.m.        301  Leaves 7Vancouver  Time Flight  4:00 p.m.     ��� 401  OTHER CONNICTINO SERVICIS MONDAY - WIDNISDAY . FRIDAY from.  Helton If, - Pender Hbr. - Eflmont - Thornomby In, - Jeryli Inlet ��� Secret Cove on4  , ������"!'' Secholt Inlet orea.  ���j Pender Hbr. to Vancouver 16.50        Thornamby Is. to Van 13.80  ,f $��mont fo Vancouver 16,80       Secret Covo to Vancouver 14.10  }<&'��!&"  'fl��(^*)Mt**-����* t*   f#W(H,4"^lr��-r    -  LfWtiW'fgg!  1  B> t^nwqripi/^H*.-.^  Next time you're in the woods and you see someone  with a spray gun marking certain trees with blue paint,  don't call a forester. A forester planned this and the  man is just doing his, job. He!s marking trees that are  crowding their neighbors. Later, they'll be harvested  by logging crews.  Nature seldom provides the careful spacing young  trees require to grow their biggest and fastest. Overcrowding robs some of them of sunlight and soil nutriment. The underprivileged trees become stunted:  many die. Worse, they also prevent their healthy  neighbors from reaching their optimum growth.  , So we thin them outwhen they reach a harvestable  size - say by age thirty or seff And B.C.'s entire forest  economy gains in two ways. First, because we turn into  pulp and other marketable products trees that would  otherwise die. Second, because vigorous growth of the  , remaining well-spaced young trees^results ^  larger total yield of quality timber.  Commercial thinning of second growth stands is  one of many things MB is doing to secure more jobs  from the forests pf today - and a bigger, better crop  for tomorrow.  That blue paint marks a rosy future for the forests. *���-11  ft  m  i  -��***-   J* -(*"* (W��       *i Tf *V f^   ���  ft  'V ^f"A0^-0t   *      ,*1��*^J>w**^*��4iVJ'*-'  r^-'T*-^-^  -* i***"*t_  *.*'-_"  *���* -**���-/   V  ** ���**������ f  ���**-*/"�� ir-��  r ,>    ���*���**���        r"   f   ���Vi-'* "���  W*-,J  i     i-  *���   j-"-     '-ny-i    r  ';>T JV* -*-���-.  ��� * w*1-*1" ������*��� ^*��  LJWDMHO/VJIS  f 1    A-    -rV  AA-V'AvA   y   ���'>*  MHA Mppmwed  ���     A    '   '   "     - i " - ,  ,'      -���    -  ���/.*.,  '    Aa  "fc1-'. ,   a  ��� **>l��b��i**-**i���� nnwi *Mr^i^.^i��^-^.i.^^U^^i��^��>^w��^i��^^-ii��^>^**.^  i i^^.-; ii..,t|wi^iiww>'***>wp**w<**iii***<w>**��n***ff****ifi<ffw��r^*~w~>^ mjtt^"^^^^���^^^������ ������ ' i* _i  .. *   *    ,  - I -   , ���- -  -** ���"  it --   '*���*���''> *j��"^-ir*"  X,       i  _J ^v?  t  i*  :    GIBSONS. B.C.  WHY RENT?  Your Present  Rent Cars Buy  You Your ...  DREAM  HOMS  Education starvation . . .  ��� .i    a       , '  Indian ckldreii ito! w@ll"""  taken aire oi nt anytime  ACCORDING<Jto"v at ,leasl'two educators, understanding  between "Indian   and non-  Indian'children in Canada, are"o_r"an' Indian.,      ' ,  educational near-_^rvaition\��diet.V *   7, r             "Seminars such as this 'are only a start;  Assistant drief -superintendent of educa- we are concerned with the Indian children  tion services "In itfce federal Indian affairsi in integarafed* schools," be said.'  branch,'G.lK. Gobderhaan.'isaid that schpols        Whatman/claimed his department was  are not providing the necessary education pursuing ithe question of Indian education  or interest* to Jceep Indian- ehildrena vigorously and isaid Indian parents are-also  He was  backed in Jus"' statements by taking a greater interest in their children's  University  of  BXI.   anthropologist  Wilson education and are pressing the branch for  Duff, who said the federal government is information" on schools.     '   , -  more concerned with'the a physical aspects"      Gooderham, giving'irhe* keynote address  of education such as integrated schools and for teachers and educatic^iaradnunistrators  desks than with, important intangibles such at a seminar on the Indian child and his  as development of the,children's personality education at the University <rf B.C. said,  and intelligence.   ,            * ��� "The Indian child is on * an educational  Duff made his charges -at a seminar on near-starvation diet, and he quits school  the Indian child and his education, held at to try to get away from this, only to find  UBC this week. '      "   _ he's totally starved outside school."  He described  Indian reserves   as  un-        The week-long program is sponsored by  natural communities created by government  commissions, for, economic and social conditions ^that ceased _tot exist shortly after  the turn of tae century.;  Duff said -a comparison of Indian and  the faculty of education and extension *��!&���, ,  partment at UBC and the Indian, alf airs  branch, '        _,__'     _^_ _^_ [. j_ ._  The Indian affairs v official claimefi 90 }  percent of " Indian: children, drop ot|t" of  school before "th^r reach grade mae/A  "Teachers should help Indian students  with their particular problems, < including  surmounting a language barrier and cul- -  tural differences," he said.  '���        '      I    * *  }      ' it  r , - -r    11! - ������t!  ���' Av   *    A  Disillusioned young wife describes a  girls cycle of life . . . From safety pins  .... to fraternity pins ... to clothes ^pins  ... to rolling pins . �� . to safety-pins.  SALES  D&TSUN  SERVICE  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Highway 101  PHONE 886-9662  aa  .   i  7m  11/'ft  '1.1 M  lift's  '.!��'  M 4  v                       .   '    ' *         Golf COIirse Shapes Up    "J  '^ '                A*  \ ,   '      A> uuq saia .a compai-Ksoii at iiKuau ��ma  Great strides, hav4 been" make teo " liave  expressed \donfidence, that it _J*fo- ebmmumti^ shows that reserves are  ently and the nifiefiole^ golf coiirse * will beJn���us*4iext���faIi: ,This���aerial Si^8001^63 1"We towns "* ^t���s OTe  at Roberts Creek .is fast, appiokching^ shot _shows the amount of-.clearing occupational choices- he said - are rea-  completion.   Members . of  the Sun*:   already carried out. To the, right the SOnably numerous in a white community  shine Coast Golf and Country Club'* highway fronts tiie course-          _^ where service industries and professions  are located, "but if you live on a xeserve,  B.C.TEL��  BRITISH, COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY  Major role * - . .  Half of B. C.'s dollars  come from our forests  '.ia**'  GORDON F. Mact^RLANE  New ��� ��� ��� ^;;a.  Appointment  Announced     a^  The appointment of Gordon  F. MacFarlane as Vice-*  President ���- Operations,  effective Oct. 1,. is announced by J. Ernest Richardson, President and Chief,  Executive Officer of the  B.C. Telephone Company.  In his new capacity, Mr.  MacFarlane,will bc.rcspoh**  sible for" Uie day-to-day  operations of, the Company's commuiiicf-uons sys^'  tcm..  JBorn and raised in Victoria^  Mr, MacFarlane attended  the IJniversity of British  Columbia following service  with tlio RCAF from 1943  to 1946. In 1950, he obtained his Bachelor of Ap-i  plied Scicnccdcgrcc in electrical engineering. He joined  B.C. Tel in May, 195Q and  has served in various capacities since, including Coastal Division Engineering and  Construction Manager, District Manager and Director  of Plant and Engineering  Services. Ho .hns been the  Company's Chief Engineer  and Director of Plant Services since February, 1966.  THIS IS Canadian National Forest Products  Week.  It is a period set aside by the forest  industry,, to remind   employees   and   the"  public of tne importance of the industry to  the economy.  The theme in British Columbia is: "Half  your dollars come from the forest industry."  It plays a major role in the British  Columbia economy.  In' a comparison of four natural resources with ar combined value of $1.6  billion, the forest: industry produces 64 percent of the total; mining 20 percent; agriculture 11 percent; and fisheries 5 percent.  In .forest products sales values, which  total just more than one billion dollars,  lumber 'provides 44 percent of the total.  The remaining value is provided by  pulp and paper mills, plywood plants,  shingle and shake mills and other plants  manufacturing such- items as laminated  beams ahd other products.  In excess of $40,000,000 has been spent  by the B.C. industry in a continuing pollution control and abatement program.   ���,.������  Prior to I960 tbe pulp and paper sector  of   the   industry   had   expended,   about  $8,770^00.-.o and   during   the   following   six  ,' years'^n" addition^ spent. ,'|,'*.  -'t'faiWpod^pr'bdacte*  cess of $lC?,flW,0Cib since 1956 'dh'poUuuoh  control devices and on Waste handling  machinery which has had a decided effect  on pollution abatement.  A report by^ the Council Of the ^Forest  Industries of B;C."on,behalf of its member  companies states that the industry is engaged in research on four .fronts: by larger  companies which have their, own research  laboratories; through outside consulants;  by expenditures through the B.C. Research  v      you can be a logger or a fisherman, and '  that's all."  The reserve problem is aggravated when  *    �����    more   progressive - band  members .move  away, he said.  -'        He 'said the Indian 'affairs branch is not  doing as much as it could to develop and  , educate the Indian child.  At an intervie-��r later, George Whitman,  Council; and by forest industry associations regional training officer for the Indian  which serve as an exchange medium for affairs branch in B.C. claimed his depart-  technical information. ment was  trying to  build  a   bridge   of  Sunshine (oast Power Squadron  in co-operation with School District No. 46 (Seehelt)��  will again train boaters in safe handling and navigation  of their craft. For further information contact the Adult  Education Director at 886-2241 or Sunshine Coast  Power Squadron af 885-8986 or 886-2938 after 6 p.m.  CLASSES COMMENCE FIRST WEEK IN OCTOBER  '68 Chevrolet... tomoveyoH  like you've never been movedbefore.  Chevrolet's gotitfor^  Wt7 CHEVfiOLET'lMPALA^CUSTOM COUPE  .-i-  ^^kPj^^M^MMd^A^m^h  '68 CheveUe...togiyeyou  a dramatic newpointofdeparture.  Chovclle-S80titfor'68  CHEVELLE SS 396 SPORT COUPE  The TIMES  Phono 805-9654  Secheit, B.C.  '68 Canwxo...M satisfyyow  personal taste in driving excitement.  . ��� . '       , '��� ,)  Cwxo'S^titfor'68  iS^^^HHrtWJS'lWiKftW**!  Ml  .'l '.-. .a.' .*'. ������'    .      r V  *��'   U  sStV-r-- -:%ft ���������"^���'".'. 1  if/*_*".:-n-.ir-"' * '"'  BENNER BROS. FURNtTURI & APPLIANCES  Phono 885-2058 Scchclt, B.C,  J v  Xi  i  .^^������i.'-Vilv, -xr7.\  '68 Corvette...  to give you a'one of-a-kind'  North Ainericaji sports car.  Corvette's gotitforT68  XHCVYXNOVA  Every Cliovrolct baa to (nata) It before wo mark tt  ^ Chevy IIm. to letyou  gotodassatan^^e^^^^  (^Ifc^itforB  11  .-.U-..  r**pn,nU*~H  ��wiBfu*��WJ. (WaW,tawVWR***"BWBi����lfr��'  "T  Authorlaccl Ghcvrolot  ...&*o,er >r>*&*tvVnAu*���'-  *.'. ( > i  Peninsula Motor Products C1957) Ltd,  Scchclt, b.C,  u;,i.  If?'  �� I  '"'C*..  r      I  *B*W'l��lk^lWaM��-*��*!!W*��W'��**^��,PS<^ f|  ,   ��v [     .IN-"?  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T._-_.rt...    f-^     ���       -���   ..          il-a.^A.    4- ���^    *       -��--.���*-*   **-*-.  New $42,000 "iine<' truck ,  Ifemberi? of tbe B.C. Hydro line -erew ..driller, wihcries 'for tip, lo 14,000ilb.,  r^t their mew line truck througlrits crane ^rm-^^4..'b^c^.*-^tC9ffi^  paces  last  week     ''       ' -.   ���      -. a. ,-r-.        tu__j  SS^EmS^^t^^4S^. i&S7&%^U�� fi?^H��S&s;Sd-' gfin*y^Jto--��wfer *hd M   blc Hydw but ^^  '      **"���     ' ndinclud- ��|s ^oweaiig^ttoevdM Mm Jr^tice   KousJ^y with Fragk <^d an,-fee   mg roanu|actured m -Canada.  Tins y��jar Tiesfa ^-e-k^has ;been^ held aa^tgo^to the fefapl.of the Udck'to leek in  i>yer mnta ^e ^st week of September to ej��eh store window." -Many complintent?  ���tie vin -with s��rok#ioh oi Adult Education    \fcg& 'received following, last.'year's ld|Jk'Jn ^         feveijia^"classes- in ,the visual  art?."* In- and jye hope you will find enjoyment in  Wfc*-* 1   additidn jto -a paultlng lJn each store Vi-3d$w;!. ^Selng 4he ���new, paintings' your neighbors  ^/%*ar3   'thel* ?*& ^e^wo fecial, displays ,of'$&W^ h��vefbeen doing during the year.  *  ;"i"��ft.''i"Vi ���'.���'������'u'l^'i^rr,"!1. r.-fv, ������������ yi fvjvrj, u' ,;   ' i      .Ai. -_. n  i r-Ti     r  t *,      Mriffiiiiintimirin.jiiiDhii--niiMi.il    r  i-JjiftMurrtryniiii!   '   \     m m . ��� , ,���'     ���  Drilling'Operation.  a?C4rhXSU'iit   desimefto^^^ Drill-is set <-for action under the , vfe^cifi % -toe" MtJ^f -its^kind ^ur-  -?.Sft-5S   ^M^TS^g   -r^^^te^^c^. ^^^M.J^.^ ;  tiional piece pf,equipment arid  ell   retractable * support   legs,   pole "run.  ^~      rtment  advanced on new Indian act  INDIAN.Affair!s';Minis.ter;Arthur Laing said . fcership and bring their wife,,:jvhether-she  last week ;tbat ;WQrk is far advanced on    was 0f indiansstatur-ormotsinto fuU mem*-  preparation of ainw In^an Act. /'fork**; bership w_^^C�����n-vw>mai marr|ing  ing papers which-will guide the legislative *: .      t.    , ��� ,     'J.  dSftog people i?i iW department of .Jus- -./; non-Il^-n: f ^f ti^JQSPs. her. status  tice have been -discussed with the ���Nation^J it-as an Jndia^.'^ ;__;���__,...,' ,     . -   ,  Indiap> Advisojy Council and are now being a -    These points are^nieeting i withAmixed  reviewed- -by -an -4��ter-Bepar-ta^eBtaA -com--- 7V^^  mittee," the Minister said.  "When the final AffieiL-and  women should  be" treated the"  review has been completed, the Act itself    ;Saitie, others hold that Band membership  wiH be prepared and representative's of the    shoui_, be limited -and i:hatn distinction is  Indian people will be consulted further."        necessary.   While some Bands accept all  The Minister said .that the Act is being   . the children of. their womenfolk as mem*  given highest priority both in the Depart-   .bers, others have in, the1 past protested the  menAbut  that there is  a long  standing    applications of unwed mothers as a matter...  commitment to consult the Indian -people     of principle.  and this has inevitably slowed the process    "   ^ Minister said that he beheved the  'a- ���*    i  V  A* -A  -.5.1*-   >  _.r  Is pleosed to "annb'uncV'becausV^of, increased  loqalinteresjt-in the piano accQrdionjWe will  novy   be   offering   in&yiqlual \lnst-rucjfion^ m  Secheit threeidays.eaGk.week^Montjfay, Friday and Saturdby.    We  guarantee jesp6nstl��le teaching-r^thods. We will be plfeased-to.ansNver   'any^questTorislyadlmay have,.  * *. * *. -^  T   *-r     T     * *'*.._���*��� . . .  i4L  ���i     i  *f&mmm*m00fm��m���~  ���."J! !' " ! i1. . 7U   L.  T��mmmmmmmtm044mm  .%*���:_*  i    -  a  .. U~. ^,_.    H��.   II  *v  f >  HAVE YOUR MOTOR  INTERIZED  , *      * *  * V   l_ ** -4      0 "**��� j*__,  and ready for spring  down, a little.   "The Indian people have a  -development provisions   of   the   proposed  nght to examine the Act and to play a   , Act add ^      T 'covering  man-  part in.the' formulation of the final version       agement of  Band  assets   were  g|neraUy  he went on to say. acceptable   to   the  Indian   people.    "This  When-the legal version is drafted it.wm ^section of the-Act appears^ to meet the  provide Indian Bands with much nidr�� needs as they have been represented to  scope for development An Outstanding ^us," he said. "We want to make sure that  feature of the suggested new Act will lie A%ere are no restrictive, clauses which hold  provision so that Bands may incorporale; Aifcack the Indian people.; It v?p be a com-  and manage the affairs of their ReserveA fpietery new do(^ent|which Will meet the  community independently. "The new Afcti''. --^oeeds of tbda^ and 't|^?years immediately  will provide a flexibility which was lacking A?ahead. Mexe will belMarfificijal barriers  in the-old statute," 'the Minister said,A^ ^0 the' Incban'Xj^pie^^Xi^y seek their  will enable each Band to choose the level A*place ih ihe w^rld ^^olmorrow.''  of management best suited to their needs  *���  ^y77^%^i.    an^ ^6 j��er^it-iliuem';tb .progress -at'th&F"3  ^^u.4*^    own .speed."  -s. k .,-..   A, *"'���,,. ,r. ,       .A    *  Canada's fiiSsP Federal Indian Act was  passed in 1868 and .has .been reviewed and  amended ma'tiy times since. The greatest  changes came in 1951 following Hearings,  by a joint Senate-Commons ^tfhrnrittee  Vhich held extensive hearings in 1947-48.  The ^ew Act will make many radical  changes in the-legal position of the Indian  people but will continue to protect their  land holdihg;*sAfrom -alienation. Land will  still be held in trust for future: generations,  but development for the !beri#t of the  Indian people will be encouf a'gedli'  The provisions for devotutibn of respons-  ibihty and the assumption of ni ansigement  win (0pal)le ',,'the'^^ Bandsi;*-yho choose to do so  to assume fiiUmanag^ assets,,  -/--JfteAMihteter, lWs;^'said,'::oV',':a,;'','':num'b6r of  I  Ail makes of Outboards, Lo^nmowers,  Power Saws or Air Cooled Engines. Reasonable winter rales, pick-up servicer  in    "  7 ^  I SMITTY'S BOAT RENTALS  I AND MARINA  S -* * j-  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-7711  I  1  \  %  as  Birds eye yipw  Taking a bird's eye view of Secholt,   Extension   arm .and   buckets 'cost rt������oc.      .. . ...���������iA w^^^-^i   _���v-  Oes6 two Hydro crewmen try out   frm. Buckets ^lone are worth $500 STuL^^  *e insulated ^fibreglass buckets at-   ^ch/fhe modern and fully equipped mdian people must be encouraged to make  tached   to   a   fibreglass   extension   line truck was acquired last week by their own choices from the many options  taking  them  to  a  height  of  43'.    BC. Hydro, for use on the Peninsula, available to them.  It is proposed to delete 'the section? of  .the existing Act which cover questions of  liquor as well as other discriminatory provisions which work against Indian people.  There is some controversy among the  Indian people about, those parts of tho Act  which govern Band membership. Decisions  have yet to -be -made on tho question of  membership and adopted children and those  born out of wedlock; The status of Indian  women who marry noh^Indians Is,. also  contentious. At present Bands can contest  membership for iiligitlma'to children if thoy  believe the -child's father to be a non*  Jndian. The present law provides that  Indian men who marry retain their mem-  DASNCE fo the SiJiper-Somics  AT, C^I^^UNITY HALL - ROBERTS CREEK  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th  9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.  Admission $1.50 Single - $2.50 Couple  *��W ,oii*wMjrt*iW��wA ��**��^Jja*i,* *    *w   *��!*��**���!-.  IM  iii  M  h !v..U  .AAi  I    d,Wll   H  ill ''VI  <>i i Mi  HiwiMmi^f1  '������ft. .^^_*S*''-V 4,-<  jjlfx''SxA,\  &Mr'm<~ h77XA-  <h > /''il  .,  in,.,,  . iii> h  ft|iifitlaflieililTSf-BtST  "owt&ra ou> vikmnA brkwiw* oqu^auv iQ-.ojiLti>.  t  IT ^��" t",*iV   jl *.Jl/l#^*WilV*, f*,JMMSt��J ~W*(MW  |*Wl*fiiip^*# ".wife".. ^0^^4*faaafet toQt&pHwii^ l^mnim, iHmnmm.  'YlLwmii'      :  "��� i  j*J*-**Y*ll    WfW V     ">   ' ~ '*^1   .'       'Vi1    '  t      ' ^ *   k-iW^i <��%       't     '       ' ��� > i       i  &   fl'M-'W       '        j fc ,| ' * . j;    u.  #H'..lj*Msi*j#tli'M*ft'*' > Ji*����M*n. "  , l��*-.  .(a,!, ����� A-\V\  ^iii&M:  AU  T'1  i A  ��� A~t*S  Chinchilla ranch  Just a small section of the neat lows   as a hobby a few jeais ago   Mr**  of mdiudual Chinchilla cat,es at the   Nelson now has more than 200 breed-  Perfect pet  Mthough Chinchillas are bied mainly   the}  make foi thej  are both clean  lor then pelts  they are occasionally   and   fnendlv     One   ot   their   big  axailable as pets and veiy fine pets   attributes is*that they ha\e no odor  in  ��  Sweet-tooth  pig  Carrying   out   his   own   Centennial quatter of an acre to himself and  pro]ecl, this young boar is actively has alreadv looted out a large sec-  i   engaged in clearing a sizeable area tion of his domain He is seen getting  of   bush   at  the   Nelson   Chinchilla a upe plum fiom Mis Nelson as his  Ranch    He is fenced in with about   lev-aid  By Doug Wheeler , . .  Local Chinchilla breeder  I turns hobby into business .       ,         tun* ��.  UNDER  artificial   conditions,   millions   of    Mrs. Nelson's activities.   She has a small &!*%��. ^fSnisMS ^l\^^tM&Jff^%^  Chinchillas   are   being abred   annually   Jarm carved out of the bush which already RaPch>, M**i JacK Nelson is DUiiamg    uxieroi growing -pigs, seen enjoying  ...^.... _-_. xr.-_t.  __.-: �������.     includes a dozen or so fine "growing pigs, up asmall farm.at herPorpoise Bay j. a 0aily feed.                    -    <. .  throughout the North American continent,  yet turned loose in any other than their  natural environment they would not survive.  From a handful brought into California  by ���a man who had -captured them in the  two sows, a goat, laying hens and table  birds, all from a modest start with a few  Chinchillas as a hobby. *     :*  Perhaps the most significant aspect pf   -;  -the holding is the fact that while we cry [A  Bath time  An old can with a small access hole der is acceptable and is commonly  and a sprinkling of volcanic powder used. Picture shows one with his  and the Chinchillas dive in fo? their head stuck -out of a the hole while  dry bath.. While1 volcanic powder is   another awaits his turn. -  the, natural substance, granite pow- }a ". -, :l'- },\  Andes, a tremendous business has develop- out ,fsr* secondary industry, a need would  ed as the demand for pelts 'to adorn the appear to exist for small farming, and this  backs of ladies of fashion grows. area is obviously well suited for it as w��s  Records indicate that first pelts sold in "indicated in a  recent government surrey  Canada in 1944 totalled five at a price of of the Peninsula.  $78.  In 1980 sales reached 9,067 and raised The Nelson property is an excellent ex-  $118,416            ... vample of what can be accomplished in-a  ,    AU is not easy "in this apparently lucra- -comparatively shbrt time and in this case  tive business and most breeders agree that *? Mrs* Nelson points:outA'a great deal of  had they been aware of the .problems and .Pleasure has-bgen obtained m the process."  complications involved,  they>*n��ver would  tiave -started, and this-is a * view shared by  local breeder Mrs. Jack Nelson of Porpoise  *- 'Bay.  *'l ^*Mrs. Nelson started with a small number  .  a few years -ago and' today has better than .  200 breeding females add approximately 50  males.  An odd note of-interest is the fact that  babies are born promptly at 9 a.m. Occassional^ a birth is delayed or premature by  a few hours but is an exceptional circumstance. Two is an ideal litter but three and  four are not unusual. In their natural  habitat, Peru, more than two invariably  die but under supervision more are successfully reared. ,    *.  Of the rodent family, Chinchillas are  nocturnal by habit, are vegetarians and  eat almost anything but flesh. They eyen  eat the shavings put in their cages but  this has to be carefully watched, for fceda'r,  or salt-water soaked shavings prove fatal.  Mrs. Nelson averages about $&> a pelt  pat she says they can go as high as $<|6.  This' of course is exceptional. Selling is  done through the National Chinchilla Breeders of Canada.  A visjft to this interesting Chinchilla  ranch reveals {the fact that a great deal  of painstaking ;work is involved. Hygenic  conditions have, to be, scrupulously maintained, , individual drinking bottles kopt  supplied wlth'./water�� new births recorded,  each ,anima^fcbeefked for health and' the  list of cnorips:*is: indeed endless.  Breeding? /Chinchillas is not the extent of  . OTIif *BIf  .'9..;:avm..Cta^..'9.:::p.m.  FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE  :';, 88^2253':'^0'::::::;/:  R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  tortvft; goo* out  Very.large and! very friendly,, the  old goat is also; yery <nirt<ws. He is  on East Porpoise Bay Road and pm  in valuable tlifne cleaning out m  bush. '        i:1'������"':'  _jby Evo Mo-crip  FRANK Nevens, bowling In mid-season  form, rolled a Whopping U0 single in  lho Commercial League Thursday xitght,  Ho nlso set a season mark of 890 triple  whldi will keep the boyo scrambling to  etitch. " ' i  LEAGUE SCORES  Sports Chfo: Jay Eidred 020, Peggy  Thornpnon 204, Donna Joo 205.  im\QH\ Rose Rodway 71ft (278), Sylvia  .lnokson 722 (250, 252), Ml McCourt 313  (020), (Hndyn Prost ?!58,  Undlos Mntlnoo; Joan Robinson 571  (2113),  Ponder) Dennis (Inmblo 711 (282), Dick  'Wi^~(Kin(28i)rKt.(lTK<>Wniion--04X--(2a8)r"  Evo" Hnfirliion 707 (280), UnrJ>. Ivornon 281,  Ron Form 050. X.   Oomitiorcinli Frnhk Wovens 800 (410),  Norma llrnncn flOf) (203), Don Caldwell  ,283rAi'ftd -Kurluk 525, .Wov-,,Robln8Qn.,.275w  M\ rWQcHLjAck . FlshriA8j5V.18J|L JM  Kurhik 828 (303, 300), Dick Clnylon 823  (300, 327), llruca Redman 280, Krnnk Now  l<m!>78, Dcnnlti (lamble 288, ,  ftall And Chnlni Al I.ynn (IOO (201), Vicky  Vontav 8M (238). LAot week; Allan Horn*  Htroet 080 (270), Aly'l.ynn 044 (250), Jtathy  Ilnll 007 (204), Rtibblo brolftltton 507 (201).  TEN PINS '  Mixed  (2 jrnme tolnls);    Untidy   1'flfio  ^0^r.j��;rj-��ifl-cnWwO),*fla��*t>w->* ��� -   ��� ��� -  4  !,���  Alwaystho loador In atyllna Mid pert prmt,r,co, brand now 307.cu.-ln. with 200 hpl Other  GMC truck, offer* brand now. oKcltlno Hflht duty jHtraco��, wtion* you,erai ord��r  power story tor '08. A rw 427*cu..ln. VO,ot aro tho 327 ��nd 396 va��,THa 307 V0 ia bIiio  200 hp la nviillnblB on &60 writ** rowHurn/ nv*��ll��.Wo on Hjndl.yftna nnd onthoollnw  honvv QIVlCs. In 950 and 96Q a��rlna th* Vnlu'o.Van*. Thin la why GMCn nro ��ho  235 np With n tour��tj��rr��ti3BrburBti>rr ym *��w>mW wf ffahtdown toy������rHiviu.,���  Svnndnrd va pickup power thlrywr It a cJMlor">natli\doMli//thnt,anowfor 88.  flMC��w*wft.**flf^����M Mw-tf-VWr*  What a dillcrcncc a name nu&M  See yowr authorhed.GMC TrucV d��al��r  BMC CIW VW*Wrf��f Mufi  (upm Cmltm wM4��\ ��Amn nw*��i��'  iii|l,|ili^iltf.li|ilWiWM��-*ni  Au<horl-od:G.r*A.C. Truck.  Dealer In Socholt:  Peninsula Motor Products (1957) Ltd*  Socholt, B.C.  Phono; 885*2111  **������ j(f��* 4t tj-!^* i  t  -l  u��  ���v ��� 'a' it'-"***'*  ."l'��v^tfV'��J't ���.���* ���> ,    -  .1  i  -"              ._       s                                                        ���                                              "*���         -*     -*���  r  '                                        *                  *7  1  Page 4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 27. 1967  i'i*i��i*ii��iiiii��wiiiiim-inmmmiii��mii>nw,  GIBSONS'  SQUARENADERS  HOPKINS LANDING HALL  Saturday, October 7th  8:30 p.m*  and every 2nd Saturday there after \  EVERYONE WELCOME  W* *�����** ������*������* -*i**��-^.*����-.��--.i����j*-**��,**-*im*i*-m* <***.**�� *������-�����*�������'  i I ���' - v.!i  ' j  u-i- '-> **i*iU'>iV" ��^r_.   ���  Fall- Goods -Arriving.  ally  SHOP OFTEN. COME IN AND  BROWSE AROUND  1968 Pontiac  The Pontiac Grande Parisienne for  1968 features completely new exterior and interior styling plus important engineering refinements including  a wider track, and a new constant  pressure, draft free Astro-Ventilation  system. The new "Flow-line" body  styling features a new" front bumper-  grille combination, wrap-around front  Around Gibsons  INTERESTING late summer visitors with  Mrs. Cloe Day were her son-in-law,  daughter, and two children. Master Sgt.  C. B. Ashby, together with his wife and  family, spent three years in Germany with  the American Air Force. Their motor  vehicle was shipped from Germany to.  South  Carolina  where  they  picked It  up  side marker lamps, hideaway head-   and . to Ek     brfore visiting. her(. ]  Ughts    upswept   hood   line,   hidden    leaving in early September for Castle Air  windshield wipers, and new tailUght   Force. base in California.  SHORT  liiHT...  if job want a fishing motor that sets only  inches aboire the transom and delivers 914 hp  that feels like_more, thea the Sportwin is for  you-a-BevS^  slo*��; smooth trolling you drearn'abouL  Solter rubber moonts.rnrte thV954 quieter  than-ever. Want eeonqmy> ltVyourj-^80  miles or more on 5 gallons wrth:  *���   *.     _.���-._.  ^iS-B-ortfa|ip>.FnHge��sl-iftj�� Tljermo. -  Jtal cooling ��� Tilts to,I6 positions.  fishermen in the know have manVtherfft. t  besi ieller the past two yeari 8ut you have to  try it to appreciate the benefits.    ,  ���SEE IT TODAY.  Madeira' Marina  Madeira Parte, B.C. -Ph. 883-2266  WiNRUDE   |ales|  treatment. The new interiors are  highlighted by foot pedal trim, automatic front and rear door light  switches, new full glass styling, new  stirrup shift lever, and a new ignition  warning buzzer system. The Pontiac  Grand Parisienne Series comprises  a 2-door Sport Coupe, shown above,  a 4-door Sport Sedan, and a 4-door  2-seat Safari Station Wagon. With  this Series there is a choice of four  engines. Standard engine is the alL*  new 327 cu. in Astro-Flash V8 delivering 210 h.p. As well, there are  three optional engines: a 327 cu. in.  4-bbl. V8 which turns out 275 h.p., a  396 cu. in V8, turning out 325 h.p.  and a 427 cu. iri V8 delivering 385 h.p.  Selection of the new 1968 G.M. Cars  arie now on display at Peninsula  Motors, Secheit.  Six months su:  for defrauding count  AN   EGMONT   man   Jean   Pierre   Blais   'appeared    before    Magistrate    Charles  Mittensteadt last Wednesday, September  2pth charged with defrauding the Department of Social Welfare.  Alleged to have claimed welfare during  a period of some months during which he  had in fact undertaken occasional- employment,: Blais. was found .guilty .as charged.  He was given a six month suspended sentence ,and ordered to make restitution to  the }sum of $280. .  ��� ^Yaar* Walker 7 of--, th>e r Vancouver: area, had  his dangerous1 dnvjng activities cut short  following four complaints from other motorists, '.'some"' of - whom .had been forced off  the highway as a result of his driving.  Charged with driving without due care  and attention on two counts^ Walker who  had-entered' a plea'of not -guilty-wasfound,  guilty.-oni* both, counts. He was fined $50  and $100 respectively, his licence endorsed  and a recommendation that his driving  privileges "be suspended was entered. He  was represented by Earle Dawe-of Gibsons  Born to Gill arid ^Kathy Yochlowitz; "atA  Burnaby General Hospital'on Sept. 8th, a  son  Leigh   Charles.    Proud  grandparents  are Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Holland.  Weekend visitors  at-the home of  Mr.  and  Mrs.  M.  Bujan were  Mr.  and  Mrs,  Charles Gobin and Carla. .Mr. Gobin is on  the. staff  at  Prince  of Wales  Secondary  Schpql; Vancouver:  The visitors especially  enjoyed,the scenic beauty of the Sunshine  Coast..1 .......'....      ���  *. The .Catholic Women's League meeting  for' September was held .Tuesday at the  home of Mrs. Theresa Mulligan, to start  their fall season's activities. The attendance of mor^e. membars is requested!  Miss Audrey Owen has ..returned to  Carenport, Sask., where she is continuing  her studies at "Briercrest".  Mr.'and Mrs. Keith Booker of Kelowna  are being congratulated on the arrival of  their third son, born September 15th.  Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.  Jepsbn and Mrsv-TAE-B^  Mrs. D. McLymont (nee Penny Strom)  from Coquitlam visited relatives here for  several days.  New owners of the.Begg place oh Henry  Road are Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Blakeman  and.family formerly of Seattle.  Edmund' H."Gill" recently" attended' the"  Convention of the I.W.A. at Shannon Motor  Inn in Portland, Oregon.  Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes of Vancouver spent the weekend visiting Mrs.  Ethel Barnes.  ' '  Mrs. Joy Smith was a patient in hospital  Guests of Mr..and Mrs. Alf Clarke for  a week were Mr. arid Mrs. Ron Williams  of Herbert, Sask.  Mrs.   Sidney- Basey>. < entertained   at   a  /jdeUghtftil cr&dren's,party, ,;��atu&ray after- t  noon, 'in  honour* of Jhe  Dirthday'of "her  younger daugnter.''The hbist'ess'was assisted by Mrs. E. Robertson...,     .  ,' Gibsons  Garden  Club  met  Wednesday  evening   at  Kinsmen  Club house.   'Plan's  ; were made for ;the Annual Chrysanthemum,  Show to be held in'October'when*there will  be a' dpor ptite,'. prizes for .the .best house  .plants, -chrysanthemum,  best six and for  floralarrangement..',..',,'.,,,',..','.'".      ,'.[. ..'  Why  shouldn't a   fellow   carry   books   from  S3    school for cute little Karen Paetkau all dolled  up in her granny print dress with white puritan   collar and  contrasting   bow  with  knee  high white stretch stockings. And of course.  Wayne Campbell feeling quite suave in his  100% high bulk orlon sweater, paisley print  &'***&!&    shirt, high  boy  burton  down  collar���brown  I ���     ���-"-����    corduroy pants with mod belt. Complete outfits available at CAMPBELL'S VARIETY LTD.  ���M***^*PW**^����W����<-*****W***IW  1 J i   ' I ���  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  See our display tree of new FALL. MATERIALS  ... Styles and Colours  Oil  Simplicity Patterns tn stock  Good trade-in allowance on hew Singer Sewing  Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. Electric ahd  Treadle Machines, $20 up (used)  Machine repairs and Rentals.  =sj- S6^elt Branch OAPO  s visit  Here Karen is showing us a lippered -wind  proof, pile lined ski jacket with storm cuffs.  This jacket has a concealed hood and is washable, also she is wearing a smart pair of corduroy slims for play or just to romp around  in on weekends, plus a fine white cotton  blouse with embroidered front panel. Wayne  gives his approval in the background. .   NOW AVAILABLE  Fine Upholstery Leatherette  in a good range of Colours.  Agents for Peninsula Cleaners  Phone 885-9345 Secheit, B.C,  i<h��MMMW��***<MMM>*M>**��l*.��^��<UMMM^^  SECHELT Branch of the O.A.P.O. met on  September 21st with 45 members present and second-vice president, Mrs. L. V.  Yats in the Chair.  Delegates appointed to attend the North  Shore Regional meeting to be held on  October, 13th were Canon Minto Swan and  Mr. M.' W. Bracewell. The meeting' will  be held at the Elk's Hall at Squamish at  2:30 p.m. and any members of the  A.O.P.O, will be welcome to attend.  Mr. W, Coffqy announced that a three-  day trip to Kamloops from October 10th*  12th would be organized if sufficient bookings ��� were received. Anybody interested  should get in touch with Mr. Coffey, immecl*  lately..,' '.'��� ,'���   /,'       . ���\I  The'Welfare Committee reported that  Mrs. C. M, Postlethwaltc, who has recently  been in St; Mary's, Hospital,' will bo ro*  turning to hospital shortly Jfor.)Jurgery.  , 'Iri the absence of Mrs. Hazel Evans  who Is on a trip to Expo,, there was no  organized!entertainment following the meet*  Ing, but members enjoyed an Informal  social hour which save them an,'opportunity  of visiting with their friends.  fS'rM*f f 1,   'V' *�����   *      5      i>   k   I  mmvix  ff.ff'f r.et t.   t��H   X'  hyt "t,r i * *'A  y, '   ; '  A -       ��i *? ]  ^.��aat^��i^.^aw��^^fea^aA��.����^��wwla.^a.al*aa��^a��a^a^*^*tl*J**W,--b^"**u****^^  ���tt-AUUl  <��>*(.. 1/1,        I J, f  f    ' AWlf  hX  AA wfr�� :i u At  i |   A  , A!m��*��i��m u"'"l "IT '   Vrt^TST,  04j ft*   9  x;xx  > i  ' ��� fi'M^A'**!1 '  ,��� i ��� 7 ' ajmMi i ( \ ' >  ��;  7 VityM  ';      (    {  I    "l i    h ^   I    V  I * '  1     V     H     Ai    l*\  Karla Paetkau gives a real lesson in using  the Hoola-Hoop as she shows us her smart  play outfit. The turtle neck jaguar designed  top with long sleeves fits into many wardrobes along with the practical stretch knit'  slims from Action-togs, with foot straps and  elastic waist band.  i i   i  - \) \ ���>  r"xm77VXA^  \ * r I        I i '      i  ������ .ir(l %mmr  ��� -,.,'��"    I *     *        ft    '-.A     ,       ,  ill ��M��M)��aAi i(l��'(K kilWW*����l  I      ln.a^i     '  7  ^'i^.h  H   ��.'�� <vf*Wt({ ��,i", .at * '   'ii   **'*if,t  ^alUHIfltW��)*a riWA&'aW  WM    AffMl   )*i��l(f  '*_  *��~a\   , .    .'VW  ,i.,5i ��, i���r-<.,..'-*.\,  IkfVW ��,!���..�� J(,tjh�� ��  l��i�� ��wa* JjiMr����U*) wit *t*�� ������i;**iailf#i  - iaM*��!Jra)V- (O ��*H��(***H*<"  ^**%S��M��f*( ��i'4^W��M>*^*frWM<M^����i*^^^JM^^ Ww 1* ^ifsumit*  KflHa is a real sports minded little girl. Hero  she goes for a swing in hor corduroy jumper  *#ith~brdis*butro>i"to^  patch pockets accented with matching brass  buttons. 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