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 - -��� -'* ;y';( ;. ���' - -i,r':,' "?-v  1 T * '  f I0t i      �����** f$~ *?* ���**?&** ��rt  _���  -*  Walter Peterson . . *  7?r  *-^j0.^ffl       t  ���,,*a��__.*,        1,-A   *  OONIOBRN Ibatt __e SiuishineVCiiastFail   ticiype i_��es wall _�� .permitted ^bwe ,  Fair anight -aHrthrough in future yras. ground. .     ,_, , , -, 1  ,    -        -     . ��� -  -  expressed by AWecmaa ^MyPeterswi at   OP ,T ��mr_W    " ~'      "   *  KfLWJ*}f ^JL?*^^ c^me&ted ��m  _ _=��� ._.__  ���_._  ___.._.,.. te^t  .-*  . ^-> ^clVV  file:! !:i��^ ^  *< ^,  __str'-���^i___i_ua ���Gr^pi.ic - in#  1606;-ffl^ 54_i' Ave* ,  .jSeivir^ tie S_a_li-_!lGpo^'|r|oB^ Jhlet), ^liidio^Pcrt^Me.J^Mqpkms,!-!^^ Roberts Creek,  Wilsoh OcdcSelma Paikf Sg__-gr^ft^��y��l^��!_f' SecrerCov-/ P_ <i_er Haitwur/Mocfetra tSgift., Kfc_h-fa_fc% Isva^is fljorafcia, Eprf Gove, Egmont  oritedos second class  moil by the ,Post v Office  '   Pepartment; Ottawa,  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28,1968  '  *Volue 5, No. 39  i"i  fl  . _   . . ���.    . It go  .down the drain- arid fold up" herald.; .\\  ,��� Mayor F?ed, Feeney agreed wilba.sug-^  gestion by Aid. Peterson _ha<t various, or-  ' ganizations shp|ild participate and  bae^1  ' it" up, .also, thai council should delegate a  menVber, to; _3te Fall Fair coiamiitee.'t%e  expressed the view that the Fair should  '' be held in ithe fall as indicated tby the name.  Aid. Peterson explained, one ^prOblemis  that once jschool starts back it is not easy  to otttain use of the elementary -choc. _aci-  litie^, further, be said, that as the area is  ho more an  agricultural  district, more  should be done to encourage other types  of displays.      -^  BUILDING PERMITS  Stricter- control will be exercised in  future wiltb regard to building permits due  to fact small homes bave been ���permitted  ��� in the past on ithe understanding they would  be enlarged'to residential<standards at a  later date, yet have remained uncompleted  long after 'time limit has expired,  ., Discussion followed a permit apjplicat-  lon for a home on the Bluffs which will be ,  pant ipan-aibode type structure. Aidministra-  tor- Dave Johnston told coun.il thait while  the jplans <met /with general approval of the  Buildimg Inspector, they had been.referred  to council for final approval because of  recent complaints regarding a small home  already on the Bluffs.  ' Mayor Feeney explained to the applicant  that council's main concern is ensuring  thaif iiew homes going up fit in with adjacent properties. "The small home there  right, now was built as a holiday home on  conditions it be enlarged later. Unfortunately, people have been making promises  then failing to keep them" he said.       ,  The applicant explained it is his intention to construct a-first.dass home which,'  he said, will be white cedar on the bottom  half and natural pan-abode above, "I have  always- had good homes and I assure you  this one will be the same" he added.  - Council approved .permit for construction of the home which will be 1,128 sq. ft  Approval was also 'giyen.a -permit to construct another borne, any tbe Blutfe. Aj>-  plicant is from Toronto and the home will  be i,200 sq. ft Y  HOMES PROJECT  'Mr.' O, Kiassen wrote council seeking  assurance that' 3 %ater hook-up wil be  permitted to'a 5propei_y"x___ide"Ltije village  boundary;upon,which be flans a multiple  dwellicg consiyuction project..    |  Council saw n^erit in tbe proposal, plans  of which are to be submitted: at a later  date, ai_d approve a- six inch connection.  < Mayor Feenejr explained iKho^ppjroval for  /  the JwMngprojMt .rill have to coine from  t_ieB-��pa^_W_trfct'    , Y;  PLUMBING BY-LAW  __     . ^ *-*lAr,_.*__rH_.yJr��-_." JfS * m^ -**���* _.������     ���__ m  ^J^P_����__MJ^%yj��PS^la_d'_r  " ter include _b_r^^^nM"C5^e:Follc_v1)Kg approval ha? Victoria aiid final reading! possibly in a few weeks time, the 'by-law will  provide for cast ^upes 4>e3ow ground. IPlas-  I  si  1,1    ...  , ���_ , ��� r. pai&,  and .said tiey, _liOMld*belin_ operation tins  week, ^Total cosit' ^hoifld "opt exceed p,tm  which .was, generally considered to 'be a  reasonable(Cgure. y . 1      '.   '    '   '  Skookupi; Cecil  scoots to sea  -  PEMDES Harbour's Skookum Cecil bas  escaped! Largest of the killer whales in  captivity at Pender Haifbour, tbe __H, tbat  bas been keeping tourists from all parts  of the country and UCA entertained by it's  antics disappeared from the new pens Sunday night.  Vancouver Aquarium officials and locals  residents started a search by $_ane and  boat Sunday. Early Monday officials indicated they had spotted-what looked lite  Cecil frolicking in sheltered water close  by. Problem now is to keep trapk of Cecil;  then to recapture bim!  Council commends  active RCMP Cpl.  CORPORAL I/m Biggenman of Abe Gibsons  ROMP Detacbement Jhas made clear to  council be has no intention of .permitting  hot rodders and noisy mufflers in bis area.  Following an earlier complaint by council, CpL' Biggerman replied that two offenders have been taken off the toad until  such time exhaust systems , are _mu&3ed,  check-up sliips have been banded out to  several others and formation of one motor  cycle club bad fallen through.  Council expressed the view tbat Corporal  Biggerman- has co-operated extremely well  and is carrying'out good work'in the district.  -  .YYYY.  1*.  *.  ���V" **_����''  Wcfeg-TOJBff project _ > .  Cornell considers seawall  . seeks engineering studies  i>"-'<  vV     Locky escape ' ' { .  THIS auto went out of control near:   without due care and attention feave  the Pender Harbour Hotel .last Fri*   been laid against tbe driver Mb T_a  n.nn Tn       1 -       day but no injuries were sustained   Wang, a university exchange student  UAiT U PfimhfiriflU JYYQ   by tfae occupants. Charge of driving   from Formosa.  charter rescheduled  SO MUCH disappointment has been expressed by members of tbe Sechelt OAPO  at the cancellation of the charter bus trip  to Whistler .Mountain and Pemberton, that  it bas now been found possible to go ahead  with the arrangements, but please note  thatthe new date is Wednesday, September  _L'  Memibers in tbe Gibsons area can make  their reservations through Mrs. Jesse Ene-  fer (phone 88&0OO&), while Sechcslt reservations can be anade direct to Bifl Coffey.  Members of the Branch enjoyed a very  happy day at Ahe P3SE on A^st 20. The  Gibsons eyesore . ��-  .Y    - J      -  Village Coimcil liolds mm.  shack removal order stands  ORDERS to remove two shacks, which  have been an eyesore in the jviSage tot  the past ��_�� years, still Stands dispite 3  idea for fiarther time In order to smarten  them up _y the owner, J. Unland, .wbo two  years ago �����as granted a permit to renovate  with a one year time limit.       - - 2.  Council of Gibsons has been repeatedly  -laical  trip,^started in.heavy tarn whiefc cleared .^Mvi^u^ *_, ��cu��t=. _*��<>:  awAyjbgfere the'partj..Tea^^^^m^J^^&^^^^  grounds leaving a perfect day. �� ^^mmfSamas alwul **&***"<**��  proved ludjy at the Veteran's Bingo, with  Mrs. Wm. McGregor winning a blanket and  Mrs   R Gowland aYet of towels  First appointment  GRADUATING from Vancouver Vocational School just three weeks ago,  Daphne Paul accepted her first job  Jasl week when she became a practice, nurse at St. Mary's Hospital.  Local girl graduates  starts nursing career  JUST twenty years old, Daphne Lorraine  Paul of Sechelt always wanted to be a  nurse and last week ubc achieved her ambition when she commenced work as a  practical nurec at St. Mary'a Hospital in  her home town.   Daphne who J�� the daugMcr of Mr. and  Mta, Joe Paul attended tho Sechelt Residential day school until igradc eight then  continued her  studies  at E-plUnslone 1o '  grade ten. Her laat two years of schooling  were competed at Queen Elizabeth High.  School in North Surrey where in June flOWY  Daphne graduated dn the Community Services Programme.  Three weeks ago the young nui~e coain-  plc.����l a year's st<>dy at Vancouver .Vo* (  ca.lonal Unstltutc, ��raduatin�� as a certified  practical nunc and Ju��t In time to fill a  vacancy In St. Mnry'B whldi Is Just a short  distance from luir home.  Jijnt lllke her parents. Daphne is full-  filling a resiHinHiWc role In ithe community,  her father baa been a fflMhful employee of  Sechelt Motor Transj>orl for over slxiccn  yeans and her mother Mrs, Sarph Paul is  n .ounclllor of tlio Sechelt' Indian Band and  for many years ham ��M;en president of tlio  Scchdt' Jlomema_jens Club,  their dilapidated condition which, it-' has  been staled, do not enhance surrounding  properties.  - - FoSowing issuance of an order to remove  and clean-up recently, Mr. Unland accompanied by an associate appeared at last  meeting of council and asked for futher  time in order to convert the huts into  hoines. He told council his intentions were  to cany out complete renovations which  would bring the building, up to standards  .acceptable in Abe district 'His problem  had been lack of financial resources but  this has now been overcome and he is aU  set to proceed al once.  Told by Mayor Fred'Feeney that council has written bim on a number of occasions without receiving a reply; Unland  said be is not much of a hand at writing,  he had however, attempted to obtain services of a carpenter, but bad run into.  difficulties. Although council bas referred  to the buildings as shacks, the Begional  District building inspector has looked at  them and said they are constructed of  good quality timber. Mayor Feeney replied  ���*tbe. regional building inspector has no  jurisdiction in Gibsons and as far as we  are concerned they are shacks.  Alderman Wally Peterson agreed and  pointed out that foundations were totally  unsatisfactory and it -would be neccessary  to put in full concrete foundation together  with other provisions of the newly established building by-laws. "I have looked at  these buildings and they arc as they were  when you bought them six years ago. They  have never been fixed "P and certainly  will not pass tbe building code. After six  years 1 don't feel if can go on any stongeir"'  he added.  Mr. Don (Amos of the Sardis Bay lumber Company, speaking on behalf of -island, <stated he has an equity in .the project  and sees no reason why they cannot go  ahead providing a new penmit Is granted.  '1 have no intentions of Getting my. ��i__y  , j. ~pt. ___ r "' L' '' ' "--$e��l pass 3  ',"��� P:L-YLypp-rr^^-^^z^^^,YY^^, -'  PB���J��1DIISG plans axe not allowed to-drop  teg the -ray-fide a number of projects  rcraBar edzsMsrsSkm hy Sechelt Village council coaM BiecaTd in wellcome improvements  McEy mgedEd iia the ccsmmunity.  FtSxmzs eailisr suggsstion by Mayor  BOB Stasia thai jrassaMMy ot a sea wall be  <TH.5__n_��d ��_ tths walarfront, an engineering essssrsSSasA was approached regarding  a fe23Sfi��_y stmd? and recommendations.  Eepfiymcg last week, the consultant indicated is -EroaM ___; pleased to carry out such  a study te_l as he is presently busy with  o&srr jEnsJarfe be vosM prefer to carry out  Iff"? TSF0H& ijBpniiing ihe .fcunter months.  tSesk-Ted Baynsx suggested-council give  tfie msS&ar a ___�� thought iiefore taking  fotttssT zsSksm. S&dsxmaa Morgan Thomjv  scn, feswFever. ���stresssiS the fact that council  sisroM Eot da!5y lbs long "if he says he is  fansy r.3w be noIgiS be much busier later  dE" Bs saSd..  Mayor B5M Swain -warned that there are  many feargy eenmsil would like to see done  fa the \__23g2 seme ef which are possibly  mcHre essential *ft"��n <She waterfront study.  ___ IBse rc-anQmeniation of tht clerk it  was agreed tihe eassoltast be invited over  to d��sca=s tffiiE .matter with council.  AmtSser pit^sct commenced some years  ago. -calivsi&Bg and filing in the ditch  dtenm MIeS. Avssme for future parking area,  \sas also rrsvammended for completion by  the Mayor w__> expressed the view that  gwrefdarafaa y^gald be given levelling  and gmagpSng. He said paving could be  earned ��rat ssezt time pavers are at work  in Ifee amea. Tins <smM permit a welcome  parfefrrg siea sfireiciang the length of Inlet A^emanf..  AMpirmgni Thompson agreed something  sftfaruM Que <jffi)y  BOAD _fO_-C5  FtiZatzmg i_jkM by AMeiman Harold Nelson ffajaft -jsoffiHiSES 'SJ^ere slowely being filled  tm^ .AT_feinma|,!| T3M3ns5��t_3 stated he had had  <��rnHiiiibrr jpaxffifeims "raferai he upas works chairman <afn fadt fcere are jobs not yet com-  pfflfea ffiialt I toss assured would he <com-  pEetedl by last Fehraaiy" he said. At a  sngpslSeo Sf? AH. __nmpson it was agreed  ��9 seek serwieffis <�� a man capaMe of taking  ease ��ff -iff_�� ^SSIage inainitenance problems.  ATid. 1S3s.x#s_q also suggested council's  posSgsa &e asseiraa^TM.!. regarding of a  peoalfty s_gas_-3g ��ai3nre by the Sechelt  Water f5_sik5 Coonpezty to fill in water line  -Kfeftes ���ss&. assess roadways. "We have  fisro oitlfissee jialhe 'village now, one of them  bas 6eea dEasre a year and I feel it is a  Ssgranft ^s__-_-,n. lie said.  j^Mgregp ISTdigH psonled out tbat .one  World turned on  -*-��^j.j, s^..-  eoMrifontmgj chsurcje pro��ed  Coast Garibaldi  Unioii Board of Healtli acts  seeks additional inspector  MEETING of tho Coast Garibaldi Health  ' Unit,' last Tuesday August 13 was attended by IM-m Adele de Lange representing  .ho Scdielt Council arid Regional District,  Ken Goddard representing Gibsons Council  and Don Douglas representing School District 40.  Oh behalf of M10 Regional Board, Miss  de Lange slated the present situation whereby the Regional Building Inspector has had  to undertake duties of a health inspector  1s not usual and, further, it places an added load upon thc building inspector. This  duty has been carried out simply because  thc Regional Board feds it bas _> duly to  the- public.    {      , ..'������''  It waij suggested that building inspector  of Gibsons Village and the Regional District  be used on a cost sharing basis with the  hcalith inspector available for consultative  .(service. Jit was also suggested the Regional  District impose a fee for septic tank Inspections..,,. .,,...,.    . ��� .,  It was agreed a letter be sent to 1hc  Minister of Health pointing out need for  another Health In-pector on the Sunshine  Coast.  Present Health Unit organisations calls  for ono Public Health Inspector, 'or each  1,500 population. A resolution submitted to  tbe Secretary of the Associated Boards df  Health points outlhat geographic conditions  in certain areas nccccssilate considerable  travel for HcalSh Inspectors -Which cuts d<wn  effective working hours. It .bereforc seeks  a reduction in population ratio in such areaa  and suggests the figure toe reduced <o 10,-  000 in such areas.  Another resolution draws attention lo the  fact that certain municipalities wishing to  install sower systems lack necessary financial resources; and as health hazards  arc created through defective disposal systems, thc Associated Board of Health Js  to be asked to urge the Provincial Government to assist financially in oblainitig efficient sewage disposal systema where local  finances arc inadequate.  Coast-Chilcoton member  plans visit to Sechelt  IiOCAL liberal association announces a  visit to the urea by the new Coast CliilroKln  member iPaul St, Pierre.  -V social meeting has been arranged for  Tuesday, September 3 and will be held  in tbe Srrbelt Indian Hall at 8 p.m. A  cordial Invitation is citended to all wishing to drop in and meet the Federal rcpre.  fscnlative.  "WOW"  and  "The world is .urning 00���  were predominent expressions o?ed in (  an explanation by a, twenty year c__ who  appeared in bare feet, ripped jeanst and  hair shortened by a jail barber, ���vs_iei_ he  stood trial last Wednesday charged ���_-__  contributing to juvenile deBncpiency-  Charged with contributing by reason of  having sexual intercourse with a sixteen  year old Vancouver girl, Alexander Job-  Seaman entered a plea of not guilty and  agreed to let the trial proceed with ocrit  legal representation.  'Evidence 1>y the sixteen year did grri  revealed she had left home in the connpainar  of Seaman and two of his friends on a  jaunt to Victoria, Long Beach, Tacama and  back up to Powell River and down to Half-  moon Bay where' they were finally found  by the girls father assisted by members  of the Sechelt ROMP detachment.  On one occasion the girl said she had  shared a sleeping baig with Seaman and on  another occasion had spent four or five  days with him in a cabin at Halfrnoon Bay  during which time they had shared the one  'bed. She admitted consenting to intercourse(  on a "couple" of occasions with the; ac-'  -Used.  While admitting that evidence was <_��-  viousfly conclusive, Seaman pointed ouit  the whole trip was not a "sex" trip.  ���In a garbled attempt ito justify Ms behavior he told the court "people have little  Idea of how the world Is turning on, there  is a revolution and as far as -marijuana "  and such things are concerned thiogis are  being turned on.  "I realize that organically I am an  animal, the world we live on is spinning  around and 1 know I am on it. My name  la John Seaman but I don't know who I  am" He then expressed the hope that Wis  speech was not on such a high level that  the coiirt could not understand him. Concluding, he said "1 pm aware I have brotai  the laws of this country, my fate is in yoar  hands." '  Questioned by Corporal Underbill, the  girl admitted cost of thc ten day Jaunft had  been bourne by bet. She also said that  Seaman bad visited her and said be was  going to Jjong Beach, she had asked to go  along.  Found -guilty as charged, Seaman was  remanded in cutody pending a pre-ect*-  tencc report.  POSSESSION CHARGE  Another of the hippie sect appearrd  with his locks shorn ,by a prison barber to  face trial on a charge of possession of  marijuana but due to a last minute decision to seek legal representation otrtahrad  a remand fict for September 4.  Jacques Cyr who was (brought over from  Oakalla for trial was arrested, Augtrat 10  in Sechelt and haq been held Jn custody  since. In court Wednesday, he tojd Jlfauis-  trale Charles MitUc'stc'a'dt tbat while he  had previously lacked funds, ho now hoped  to raise tho bail set at $600 which in Com  cociM See msed to pay lawyers fees. He  tbsrsSocre asked for a further remand.  Ctowia prasesratlar JoEan IScAlpine raised no  abjecfena ami a definite date has been set  for > SejetoniilKnr 4 ���w__uen trial will proceed  CLE/ISS-OUT  CaasiaMte  Aim de SI   Heme of the  Pefcrftar Ha__K_3r Detacbement {reports that  twemS-j-amss off ���be same ���_ement, mainly  ____d__a_s, _av lift to leave the area last  week and ainnffliHnr <ten are expected to seek  new pasfiraes tSMs week. AM from the Ir-  viaes I_ai__iii_g area.  trerieh is a nenv one, but was told by Thompson "so was the other a year ago."  SIGN EYESORE  Alderman Adele de Lange drew attention to ithe mass of signs posted at the corner of Porpoise Bay Road which, she said,  ha$ 'been increased by four recently.-Coun-  cil has previously registered a complaint  and asked that the area be cleaned up,  nothing has been done and in fact, bas  deteriorated. Aid. de Lange commented  that some of the signs are crude and garish and certainly do nothing to enhance the  appearance of the village.  It was explained that the property is  presently in the'hands of Reaiters Boultbee  Sweet but was purchased some time ago  by a syndicate as a shopping centre site.  Unanimous approval was given a motion  that a further letter "of- complaint be sent  the company.  t.  Semi automatic pistol  surrendered to police  MUAN Evans of 'Gibsons appeared before  Magistrate Charles Mittelsteadt August  13 to JEai.ce two charges, causing a disturbance in a public place and a minor in  possession.  To the chaige of causing a disturbance  by 'swearing on Seaview Road, he was fined  $50. Further charge, minor in possession  rang up another $100 fine.  Norman Nelson Cook of Gambia Island  appeared to answer a charge of discharging  a firearm without concern for other people  he was given a suspended sentence of six  months and ordered to put up a $250 bond.  Charge arose following complaints by residents. The gun, a .22 semi automatic pistol was surrendered to the court.  Edward T. Armstrong, of Gibsons, was  fined $50 on a charge of being'a minor in  possession and on a futher charge of causing a disturbance was given a six month  suspended sentence and ordered to post a  $250 bond.  Larger sips sought  to indicate Gibsons  SIGNS indicating to visitors they are entering the village < are too small and  council of Gibsons is to {investigate possibilities of  aquiring something a*__t_e  . &���_)����'.,.���- _��, Y ' ,��� ��� -' >.*_/��/ * '*���*��� - --*������ :  Ea^jja^^p^n .JCto^qt .at, last" mieeting  drew' attention, to _he*_^J'1hat' many" visitors fail to see.,the existing sighs,"consequently they often pass through without  realizing where they are.  The situation will, be taken up with  Victoria, failing assistance there, council  will have to seek'other"means. Alderman  Wally Peterson suggested, the Chamber of  Commerce might be approached to undertake such a project.  Commenting on recent installation of  garbage cans "at the Government wharf,  Aldi Gerry Dixon said he noticed that although ��� being used, there are still some  people who prefer to sling their refuse eke-  Where.      ,,' '.;  , Regarding water'.supply. Aid. Dixon said  there is an overflow at the reservoir and  that the village has abundant supplies.  Request that council purchase a foam  applicator for the Vollunteer Fire Dept.  at a cost of $150.00 was approved .Administrator Dave Johnston announced there  is sufficient in the budget for the purchase.  ' *_ trf -r* *4.0.'  '" "   '   Good mlxom    '' 'y .-<���-���.  CROWDS mingled on Gibsons wharf by the Sunshine Coast Kiwanis. Star  Saturday night to watch  all ni��ht attraction were the batter mixers,  preparation for the Sunday Fishmc Dave Hoplcin and John Matthews.  Dsrrtty ancd acre entertained and fed  rJ  ng*Hu mm-, ._i*ieh_>hiiM l^,i.��^��fr*|if��<n��im.aiyp��jnff��*j jiit^^nimiwrwymi*"1". ��m ���������'" i"*i j*"'*i�� Ai-*"*-***"*"**.^ ��|fW(%B*w>t,*��i��*..i*M ^M��W^^'��*%i**wiWW"if^W'JW��W��  fl  - >  I  P  nfttMWwWhmMwipiwtif im4^^mw^***'mb<$,w��*&^*l*t**^m  tf*lfHWWIiy>iM^|i��W''.>W^<��B*��^MWI^ A     _.  4-T-."  , ���_  t ,^      ww��� ���,������ ���_..,. ���.        del_*'>nd-ehaif $5]  grata* m&,^a&t!d*VieBny,, tor for sale. p&'ttM^^I J>(&>4$^).* .fJ  fettle.     , ,t        ^35j39/.i :ljfY   ?>^*jK��*��a_fa^V - J -^-'-V*  fjJl^fflKj midti-o^^JEemafg^  tre  BOATS �� E_v3GINES (C_nt.)    FCm SALE (ConWhuem  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd, "  .- 'Meinber,A-s&t-Bureoti.  of Circulations   *  ft.'   March 31. 1968  .   Gros? Circulation 2066  Paid Cut-lotion 1807  <f     -(Subjefct to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3.4_ne Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion t .,.   50c  .$1.00   10c  Three  insertions    =xtrq lines .5 words)  .<Thjs rate does not opply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  ,6ox Numbers.  MATURE "woman vfoatfte part  " time |ight ^ofcetbahtftsit-'  tin. Phone _S-9_-S -venin^ ' '���  H^NDYMANj   cabinet  waker*  will do odd Jobs. Reasonable.  Ph, ��86-9902.      y , .j   <���  766-tfn  V��RNON &1 SON" ' ���  .   BULLDOZING '// _  " (formerly A. E. Biichey) ��  _^/$a$y t_astcd' J____g_.  -}>_,-   .'.__ i j __, . c ��� ..,    '*���  -' * '*' *# �����_____��_* suite ^rSn'tosh.  August W ,ai4oberts^^'J ffrft'jSALg; p %&. ;ft ^ U, . n Phone* &85-2$>4.   y  , S .51)973-39  SJ^sy::1: *msm^.pfi^:s]>itm:. ^^rtA^f^um^n  J  idr'i%_^ier;' $29.95. rp.<H&H   heawr^.Bea.c^tr^d.&.^Mujr.  $i.tm * __*.  \vifldows  ���' ��- >- . -     service.    .;��.*i  ��^ r,   ����**<�������� v* �����*<_��, vr_ w_*��_.o..   ��  ,; ��7*eo* plan, pi&*..   ' >i a*ft _g 1,^*4-. >" jttr *����*' ****** ^ .  io siin deck, JdauU, p   .(Ckarerat aiSi Life)       ,     Pjioqet 885-2310. 8593-39,?>y(  _-��*.     t_r_-tfl      hftttM.      ����-.   T_m    nff_��a    ��!_ij_   XT_��4,oi.* __�����__&__���, I *"_T  Thfee fodhrft  home  6a-; l��w office and NotarjT-lpuJtfic  ���.��_��_���     _*__��*.   *..,,    ��___.___ (R    FY,Ke^jett)r-        *  BLOCK- BROS.  Dining rooitf table1 and d^cbabx.  t^dd bed ai_drspring. Also miscellaneous ,i^s: f Phi ,885-9781.  '    l   ;   '      .  . /   . Jlffi3t-39  *������'������ ���������'"    ' "���" ��� ���" '    ��� I ���'���������  USED Electric Bange, $&5ji5.  ' Used E-terffrise" Annex Heater, $f��.9l U_ed Oil B_dge; A..  Shape, $79.9^. US��_1 Washers,  $14.95 to-$39.95. Used Fridge,        __ 'across top fxeeier, 6 years old,    eefiric" taug& 59.95; uSed'TV's'   $129.fe. See -our in-��tore Sum-  t*Mpaf CADILLAC sedan DeVille.    39.95 to '89.^95.' P_frkef*s Hard- ��� mer  aearanie  Specials.  Par-  $14.95. En-  Heater, ^?9.95.  ri- B?��gfe, A-l,  Vsed,T.V.%  J '��(P��_. ^.srup'-o' $59J95.  Parget's  '" Y ^Y 'Hardlvafe Ltd,, ^Sechelt, rB.C.  Piidne'8fc-_17i;   *' '       9513-t_d  .Box Numbers _;  iDc extra    , , n, x ..,   (.*..     ,, Mi.  '25c Book-Kfeeping dhorge is added   L��nd Clearing with clearing  * .j** .   _____! r%.m..m    . i___  .._���_��� a ���_. t . Ik I ____.__J ___. _^^���ta_ J*j _l  .; 'lor Ad-Brfefe Hot jpaidpy  -".*, "   . puHicdtipri date.  Legal or ~ Reader advertising 25c  per count line.  ���^Display< advertisiflS, iin classified  Ad-Btlet columns, $1.50 per" inch.  " Subscription Rates ,  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail', keyond 30 irules $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  'By carrier  50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  ] (Gibsons)  (air conditioned)  Wed., Thur., Ftt., Sat.,  Aug. 28-31  BONNIE AND CLYDE  . vSUplay,- feptember 1  Mi|jfiglit ^rxor Show  I    P \he ghost  ;      HOB^iCASTLE  f \:,0_t-:^3-a.m.  Mon.,YTue., Sept 2 and 3  i      KILL A DRAGON  Color  Jack Plance, Fernando 1_amas  ���P . ���      .(Next Week     '  BILLION DOLLAR BRAIN  MORE THAN A MIRACLE  Coming Soon  Walt Disneys  '   "THE HAPPIEST  MILLIONAIRE"  9510-39  blade - Grading'and  Excavating. _-    ;.  Competent vrark, service  f and satisfaction,  guaranteed!  Phone, 886-2887  njiiet irfrtet i^sA f_H price.  . .   <t.  m. jr.;_saiw��M.Y; |'   phnn^rr^^IToa m^'i ><*c white- all p^er. Ph.    ^are^L^Sechelt, B.C. _*o__   ker's  Hardware Ltd.,  Seehelt  5 acre fattn-3 bedroom hpuse   P*Pm���� __^__��._��j__#_3��ior . phone ���*- OM&mmOetSB^,,8^.5534.       ^   ��� -   8&20-S8J 885^171.'     ,l '   **      'f&S_-tfn   B.C.. Phohe 885-2171.    8534-tfn  ;���_.,,    *��_���__;��^"^   sale- of nroueg. far t��om _S_*eotian or 736-9171.    -      j��-    ���L :���l___= >-T -   -   <Ji_i _ ; iw_i���_,'"������>,'��',   "�� "    '1  For fast service on all proper-  lies and businesses."  and outbuildings,  fencin|;:^   sale-of propegjfy torn,mi*pfap^     - ^' to r^g_sh_ition.Y5r ^ "  To list or pufaiase call now; -41  Our experienced saleismen-are1  at your service^*..   ?; ].  * ��86-2481 r' f \, l  I1   .    8546-'  $6,000 down,  , Country-home, 3 bedrooms*, on  2^8 nacres.  A. oil furnace in  'c__ci-te bsmt, abundant water.,  $15,0tttf terms. Close to village.  Half, acre-across'road from  beach, nsteep, but wbr^sSSe.  Good, water supply. $4,3)0.  WE TRADE HOMES  1785-t��a  TRAVEL  WANTED  1555-tfn   #t beach, 500' long Selma pro-       perty with 2. bdrm cabin & year  round spring. $10,000 cash.  2V- acres, older 1 Mi bdrm house  in good country setting but  with village water. $8,000  ^enns; $7,500 cash.  Right on beach, 8 yr old home,  two bdrms, hafdwOod floors in  lv. rm. & bdrms. Village water  in but spring water also. On  highway west of Sechelt. Good  terms pn $35,000.  Half black off highway, 5 level  acres for $2,800, side road property. Where can you do better?  E McMynn  DoWortman  J. Warn  ^886,250(3  ��� 886^393  886-2681  BIRTHS  JILL and Merv Messner suddenly find their suite smaller.  with the arrival of. their �� lb.  12 oz. son. "All the-gang tbinks  us gresxi From^ cabins one  through seven comes best wishes always! f_��43-41  CARD OF THANKS  TO  the   dolors,   nurses   and'  staff Jot St.  Mary's Hospital,  my  sincere thanks and  gratitude. Especial, thanks to Mrs.  Andow and to l>f. Boundy.  Oliver Hansen, Secret Cove.  .7 ,9511-39  ON be&alf of myself and-family  , I would like to thank Dr.  Egah, i>r.- Paetkau, arid associates, arid tH<_ Naylof family,  for their liaste in the treatment  of my' sbik; ItieliaTd^iall. Also  iriaiiy thanks <io the kind people  whfl s^nt their best wishes.  Alice I.rail and family.  9512-39  Box 238, Gibscins, B.C.  9506-39  K. BUTLER REALTY  li^M6pN BAY: 1 Parkli����  acre witfi access to beach  fiejnts dn black top road. Small  stream thru property, 2 Cottages. Attrac_ive3y priced at  $12,800 on terms.  SECHELT: One of the finest 3  Bdrm. bome in the area. Situated, on over 1 acre 80* on luce  beac__. 1300' floor area: Lge  view L.R. panelled in ash and  orifen to dining area. Compact  WE wM io express our siijc&e  thanks and lappreciatiori ib  our friends and relatives tor  their expressions Of sympathy  and floral tributes in the sudden loss of our ^ar motlhcr arid  graridmbthef^ Mrs. Winnie  ^ndtt^ist. Special thanks to  Hi-. Stuairt, the doctors and  Staff of St. Mary's Hospital arid  Mir, John Harvey.���-The Fprhiiy.  , 8550-30  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability Insurance: Claims and  Adustm'ents,' contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  I&G-9540 and 885-9425.        489-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box 294, Sechelt, B.C.   Phone  180987G. 909-tfn  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5X7 SIZE, 1.25 EACH  8 (sariife subject) ���. 1.00 caeh  12 (��am6 subject) ...   .00 each  8x10 SIZH, 2,00 EACH  6 (same subject) ��� 1.50 each  il (same subject) ... 1.25 each  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  At THE TIMES  WOftK WAMt.tt  MIIS. Bolisjoli.   Sechelt, mialnire  lady   wishes   baby  sHting  In  my Iwm* or yotfrs. IH's reference. 885-9538, ,1035 40  TliXlCUM Chimney .Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Palhtlftg. gardening, Janitor  service, old jobs, etc. AH work  guaranteed. KM Sechelt, Phono  IW5-2191  or 885-2094. J871-tfn  WILL   purchase    patches   of  standing timber.  Phone 886-  2450.  1681-tfu  WELL    jet    pump    remiiredL  Write  Box  8569   c.o.   Peninsula  Times,   Sechelt. *   8569-39  HELP WANTED  IS there a retired gent in Gibsons area, accustomed to  business of a confidential, nature who would like to work a  few hours daily. Typing an asset but not a necessity. Reply  to Box 8547 Times.        8547-41  __ECEPTIG3S_3fr^: T&K_-: fo?  confidential business. Accuracy in typing essential. Reply  in own band\iriti_ag to Box 8548  Times. 8548-43.  TEACHERS WANTED  School ...pi0ritt.-:j^p4B;^y:  (Sechelt)  All . persons interested in  doing substitute teacbers work  in School District 46 for this  school year are invited to submit a list of their qualifications to the District" Superin-  ��� tendent of Schools, JEToX 220,  Gibsons, B:C.  Those teachers who have stub-   stituted,.in, flds. J8&^$&tefg%jkg$K&,    grounds" larid&apei  1-    _...,_._.. .*^._. "'%-^c|^''$l5,<ft)0- dowii. ;.. .,..   ...V....,YY  rRdBERlS CREEK: Delightful  2 Bdrm. Waterrfont cotfcagfe  features bright living room with  glass doors leading to sundeck.  Steprsaver all eieetric kitchen  and eating area. Priced for  quick sale at $15,000.  ��IBSONS: Spacious 3 Bdrm.  hpmehome on 1 acre level.and  close in. Large living room  features heatilator fireplace  and w.w. carpet. Modern kit-  dben has counter top cooking  surface and wall oven in cop-  pertone. Matehirig fridge included. Bright utility, carport,  on3y $20,000 on terms.   ��� '  $3700 down gives possession 3  Bdrm. bsmt. home in good lo-  ^tioij. Mai^y extras included in  -he low total price of $13,000.  A most desirable retirement  borne on view landscaped lot. 2  J&irms. Modern cabinet kitchen  witb adjoining dirang area..  View living room opens to sun-  de$c. Lge. utility, Near new  auto washer, drifl dryer apd  other gotfdies included in the  loW price o!f $11,850.  Neiir new 2 Bdrm. home on  large Acreage; Ml rooms spia-  cfoits arid well appblnted. A. oil  W$, arid heavy duty wiring,  tj^4 garalge and workshop.  TOri to view this one soon. At-  ^ralctjlye terriis op realistic to-  tall fwfioe,  ftO&ErtTS CKEEfe:    io very  4esir_ble   acres,   gentle  elope,  ��� wooded. Ter iris on Full Price of  $7500.  A real buy for the economy  minded. tk>ty 4 room'bungalow  oih, $ Ac., dble. road front, ex  "   . Moc6rejg|or Pacific ^  Y  Realty Ltd.      .  -  124-845, Hornby Street,  Vancouver, B.C.  Only 3 selectively cleared spectacular view lots left in 'the fully    serviced    ���    SUT?COAS!T:  ACRES   ���   above  Wakefield.,  Priced now at $2,050.  WIS CHOICE  RESI��EOT_JAL  SUBDIVISION IS'SELliNGS  FAST  DON'T WAIT--WTACT    N  Dal Brynelsen 885-0998. or.  688-3501 anytime.  PENDER HARBOUR .  296' waterfront ft. Power, and  water available, 1.6 acres. Priced to" seE. Contact Dal Brynelsen ��85-9998 or MacGregor  Pacific   Realty   Ltc(.   688-350L  9501-39  FOR aU fra'vM infottma&on and  bookings, Margaret MapKen-'  zie (loejfl yep.), Eaton's Where  To Go "Travel, 886-2231, Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza, Gibsons.  1591-tffl  ^���OR1 sale i960.-.Desoto. 4J dr.  " hardtop. VS. Power windows,  brakes, steering etc; Excellent  ��� eoffiiiton. Ph. $85,-S4?&:S��734*_  tFOR Sale 15555 Vaiudiall Victor  > " Station   Wfagon.   ^300   below  market value because of right-  l-4rive.  ! Excellent    shape  jFTRE��� -easotf-here:  Buy^your  ' trasb inciierator from Sechelt  Kinsmen at $3.50 each. Phone  : 885*542.; r ��" ~-,-;��.   , 9504-44  WES77NGHOU-E W r in g e r  * Washer. Good condition' $45.  Phflne 885-9385. 9508-39  LECtAL  NOTICE-  RETS  0. M. 885-2365 after s p.m. /IF:  EC'S  fiujt^���It's   ^organs '  1 8533-38 '    885^9330! iSeqhetti B.C. '   ' '  . 8893-tfe  YAMAHA 5 octave organ, Electric blower". Borsim'48, base  pufno a^Cordiori, tW" switches;  Hohner soprano Mc_o_ica. .PIl  886-2102.   ,       I "   9509-41  1960 RENAULT Dauphin, running   orders   Phone   885-9978-  ;. 8570-39  PUPS  ���  Englishi setter  and  short hair pointer cross, good  hunters; and; pets. Can be seen  , at   Mffi&icipaT Airport.   Phone  885-9933. 8597-40  x PURE brad seal point Siamese  kittens.    Mrs.   J).   Rorison,  Pratt Road,  Gibsons. 886-2867.  'r-;if   -"    " ,     8538i-3&  ��� -   I   ���  ������������������ iiw���-"����n�� ���������     ��� ���!������  YOU wilf^never fed lonely  again with a toy or small  min... poodle .puppy from| ehamr  piori stocky "asst. colors; reg.  inoc. and dewormed $50 and up.  Also poodles clipped ^.00. Ph.  ��_Fi-97_7 854<J-5_.Q  BOATS & ENGINES  FOR SALE: 18 ft. clinker cabin  cruiser,   50  hp  Mete.  O.B.,  Ml canvas. 885-2827. '  : 1960-37  18. FT 110 HE .inboard cruiser ,  and water ski boat,' sleeps 12/  'stainless. steel  sbaft,   master  steering, fibreglassed to deck..  Contact Jack.Mercer at Stone's  Marina, Secret Cove.    .8568-38  3-EVINRUDE'S for _ale. 5%  hp  $175  each.  Ph. ��85-2007."  8583-tfn  17% FT. Cabin Cruiser "Joan  S". '67 - 40 hp Johnson $1100.  May be seen at Smitty's Marina nr phone 8_fi-77__3       ��_f_9-40  ���CONNOR wringer washer $20.  Mrs.   A.   Nelson,   Box   475,  SechelL Ph.  885-9714. '   1934-40  MARINE A(iCESSdj-l_5  Paiftt���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  ,.     sldndivefs air- tanks.  SMndivers avaflable ior  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD/  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.'  1366-tfii  JiAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver (Trail Bay) and  situate in tbe vicinity of DL  1379.  Take notice Melvin Kero of  Vancouver, occupation school  teacher intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at, a post planted 660' N, then 330' E of th_ SE  corner of DL 1379, thence 660'  N; thence 330* E; thence 660* S;  thence 330' W, and containing  five- (5) acres, more or less,  for  the  purpose  of   homesite  Dated July 30, 1968.  lease.  2332 West Keith Road,  North Vancouver  Aug. 21, 1968. .  8540-nub. Aue. 28: Sent. 4.11.18  aj��;��j��_iufisted to;iedri^|^j|ieii>  ���ca^avung   ava_ability-   8536-40  FOR RENT  HALL for   rent,  Wilson -.Creek  Community HalL Contalct Mr.  Glen Phillips. 885-2183. 1095-tfn  2  BEDROOM furnished hoiise,'  Granthiams   Landing,   available Sept. 1st. $100 per month. .  Phone 886-2555. 8566-39  ONE bedroom fully furiiished  arid equipped cottage on  beach near Sechelt. Available  Sept. 3-June 30. Call 922-5681 in  West Vancouver. 8625-39  CLEATJ housekeepirig libbm for  gent.  All found.  Private entrance.  Selmd  Park.   Ph. 885-  9535. 8S74-tfn  ^RNJSHED 2. liedroomsyon tlie  waterfront,  cfo'se  io  Sec'helil.  Teachers or retired couple pre-  ferx^d.   White  P.OL   fiox W,  Seicilelt. " 8575-ifri  ROBERTS CftfcEK, waterfront  borne, one jbedapoom plris,  compietely mMped, o_ st^ye,  frig., stone, fireplace. Full,  plurribirig. idteal tot- school  tedfcher. Rea'srialile to. xesftoi^s-  ible party. Available Set>t. ist  to June 30th. Call 886-7006.  859l-3Si  ONfe be<b;dbm caUh, toilet,  shower, 1 mile ^echdt. Tedder ojf retired couple pmerred.  Available Sept. 1st. P& 8^-,  2289. 9503-3&  ONE      bedroom,      bathrooin,  comb.    kitcheri-Hvirig'" io6iii.,<  suite.  Electric beat. Fridge.,.it  range Included, Phone 885-^333.  8542-39  3 BEDROOM *iW*e Vv. Seicheli.  Available   Augrist  30_i.   Ph.  885-2054. 1938-30  wanted ib Mkt  WANTED  immediatolly  2   bed-  room house In Seehelt orea.  Phone 885-2184. . -537-iifri  riiAClH^G~^ii_e ..i_��'"J^_L'  dren) seek reasonalMy prjeed  unifuniis'hed accornmodaliori,  year rotrnd in Sechelt area. Wa-  terfont prcfcirwi. Crane 885-  2000. 8541-41  ____...I,-,,.���.1���--���.  ������,������,��� ��� ������ ., r..   .I,,,. ���, ���i,  RESORTS  OAiMPEUS, trailcrltea - Waltc  up by the ��p* in ourlwtly  camp ground. Hot sbowrs,  etc., ako 7 modern units, facing the water. Dally or weekly  rales. Boat swim,,fish or hist  loaf at iMiddoa Point M<ri*l,  Phono 883-0S65.' 1875-tfn  jFlJLLY fiimlfilwd, 1 lni-wiTi  collages for r<T��t, available  September 3nl $00 month plus  iiUMIJen, Minslon Votnt, Mold  ��a5U5G5. 0503 tin  GIBSONS���Ideal young family  home on view lot close to  schools. 2 bedrooms plus den.  Autooil heitmi. Fulf pAce  $i^500.. Tenris. T ,  Your choice of 2 adjoining fully  serviced vievv 16ts. in now home  area. Each pricec. at $2250 wife  easy terms.  Level cleared lot in bay area.  Ideal building site.  FuU price  only $1^2S_ ',       ,  DAVIS, BKY ��� Fully serviced  view lot eO'xlSO' in fast developing area eiose to excellent  beach. Full price $2250:  " SifjfcffiLEPCiEOT���8 acres close  to sheltered..bay vfith,beach and  b&at ktffliclflig. ' MEt' price  $4750.  PENDER HARBOUR ���rFully  serviced, beautifully tree$l, waterfront and semi-waterfront  lots in this sceriic Karlwur with  year-round boating arid fishing.  Priced from $2500 to $6500.  SAKINAW LAKE���Your' choice  of 2 lakefront lots on this beautiful 6 mile lorig lake. E&sy access via' Lee's Bay. Easy terms  available. Full price $4250 each.  For these and other choice properties on the Sunshine, Coast  contact Frank Lewis or Mofton  Mackay at our Gibsons office,  886-9900.  F1NLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons arid Burquitlam  8544-39  THE SUN SHINES ON  Selma Parl^YJ bedroom home  witti, 4111 in full basement. Wall  to wall carpets. Washer, drier,  fridge and Tappan range included. A-oil heating. Just under one acre with 112' of waterfront. Exclusive setting with  lovely grounds and gulf view.  F.P.  $29,500. Some terms.  Porpoise Bay���112' of sandy  beach, waterfront. Over ono  acre; wpth unfinished 3 be_-  r<>om cottage. $17,000.  Sechlct���Close in. Rockery,  planters, shake roof, A-oll heating, full basement, Largo Jiving iwm wllh fireplace, 2 bedrooms, hardwood floor..'. $18,900.  165' of unrestricted  view wat-  *��  ^  H&lftmoh B&y Happenings  ���by Mary Tinkley  ^client water supply. Attractive    erfront  with the finest sandy  terms ori $16,000.  $��>Q0 down on large acreage  Wi_i dbl*. road front.  1 ��� P  Choice waterfront "location,  OKafmirig 2 Bdrm. collage in  Parklike eettlng. Spacloua Lit  Has fireplace and opens to deck.  Cab. kit. A oil heat. Attractive  U-riris.  Neat retirement collage on Uw  beach. Prolific garden, i boat  house and float. fcxcMlent lo-  calkm.   Caflh   or   easy   t<Tms,  Kay Butler  Ron. McSavarwy  Ed. Butler  Don. Tait  ��� 886.2000  ��� 886-0050  "��� 886-2000  ��� 883-2284  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gil.sons, jf��,C.      I  I'honc 88fi 2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SICRVICR  ' 8545-39  beacli. 2 bedroom home that Is  a delight to ishow. $38,000.  Gardcmers "Drearii ��� '/. acre,  fenced and In lawns, walks,  fjfwera, slirubs, and paitlos, :t  bedroom luwise, garage arid out-'  buildings. Near sc1mk>1h, beach,  arid stores. $21,000.  U.L.A. Po^rpoise Bay���1-0 acres  with 100' waterfront. 3 bedroom  \vowm wiifo A/oil iioaling. AIkmiI  Va acre cleared.   $10,500.  4 Yeara New���2 bedroom l>nw>-  ment home. Calhcdral enlry,  Sitonc an<i vanlio fireplac*1, Sun-  dock and attached carport., M-  tuntiOd <>n level Wt acres,  $10,500.  Large lot, Selma Park, $2800,  GimkJ tcrunfi.  H. Gregory 885-9392  H.  B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secbelt, B.C.  R58i-Mn  V3SII1NG their many friends around the  Sunshine-Coast are Mr. and Mrs. Doug  Foley of.lMSca Creek, with Stephen, Kathy  alndi Kefiy. They are guests of Mrs. R.  Warne -in HaMinioon Bay.  TIM Js'a family with such deep roots  in It6e area that they return at every opportunity to visit their many friends. Mrs.  Foley'.' isister, Pesgigy Ayer and her husband Chuck have also decided there is no  t>lace quite like the Sunshine Coast and  wM be'rao'virig back from Wellingdon at  the-end of'the imohith with Paddy, Robbie  and 5Kaf6n, to settle in West SecheM.  AjSoth'er arrival who is always glad to  be Ibsick in the Biy is Patrick Muriphy, on  leave from his Dew line station.  riA#y ��Mthday  .':��� Mrs. Leia, Hanney who icelehraited her  birthday on August 18' is always sure of  being remembered by her very devoted  family. She had visiits from three of her  grandchildren, Grant with his wife Heather,  Gary, with"' his wife. Barbara, and Corlyn  Hafnney, an accomplished musician and  stager 'who is working for her Master's  degree in music. Cbrlyn recently received  wide acclaim when she sight-read the voice  .fack for iMtes Florence La Rue on an  occasion nvjhen the great star was able to  act her pant but not rising it.  Mrs. Hanney's other visitors have been  her/fiojiB, Collin and Bryon, with Bryon's  wife,J_or_M, and ison-ln.aw, Dennis Faw-  cett.  ''���'"  IN BRIEF  A busy hostess at Redrooffs Hast week  was Mrs. Morrice Hanley whose guests  have been her sisters, Mrs. Irene Roberge  of Ablbotsford, Mrs. Pauline Swanston of  Ilythe, Alberta, wllh husband'Bert and  daughter Carol, her brother Nick Meyer ef  Cloverdale, her daughter Wanda Graves  with her children and Mrs. Joan Pllump of  New WcslimJntatcr.  Guests bt the Btirz Jones' at Rcdroofla  last week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace  Watkln or 'gummeriand and Mr. Ed Walkln  of Wyoming,  At (the BHI Sexton -cottage were Mr. and  Mrs.  Make Rees of Scot tie,  while Debra  Sexton's guest was Anne Wallace of Vancouver. <  Vacationing at the Jack Temple cottage  are the Temple's daughter, Leigh, with  husband Eddie Steward and children, Bonnie, Brenia, Brian atftf Bdbbjf.''  Mr. and Mrs. Slatf Uottztt, accompanied  by K3t, spen{ an enjoyable holiday id ,i__  Okanagan where they attended the Kelowna Regatta and Peachland festivaL  OIL PAIMTING EXHIBIT  The oil painting exhUiit at the Welcome  Beach home of Gladys HCr# Behtham wfll  continue over the holiday -vfreek-eiid but  with open bouse jC__ly from iA p'sra. and at  other times by appointment. {Several of  Mrs. Ben-ham's paintings bave been sold  during the past week and 10 f>er cent of  th��! proceeds is being donated tti the senior  citizens* homes id Sechelt. For further  in_oinmatioh or for. appointment telephone  Mrs. Bentham at 8p5-2283.  .Charges pending  HEAD-ON collision occurred Sunday  afternoon between Halfrnoon Bay and  SfecVet Cove when a ear driven by  Mr. BUI Chalmers of Edmonton is  Understood to have crossed the centre  Me and struck a station wagon dri-  veii by Mr. Scot Houston of North  VauQpoiiver. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers  #$����� taken fd S��t. Mary's Hospital  wilfi iindetermlhetl injuries and ftbin  ike other car Mr. and Mrs. Houston  and, a yoiihg ctuld were also hospitalized. Extent of injuries were un-  khown af press time. Charges are  pending.  nktmi ^Artist cHUkctt  SERVICE: SECK-tY  Sun-dy Softool ��� 10:00 o.m.  Chm-ft ieWc�� ������ 11:15 a.m.  REV. A. WILLIS; PASTOR  You ore invited to attend ony or each service  *'"x   ��� vi**" ' ' ' " '* "'    " " '   "'" ' rt"*      " "* *" ���""* �����"������- a ��'i >-g��.'''-{. j>  !->J  ___._.*  -JJ  ?�����  P-.  h  Q^���U2Lt AGEWCflES DATE IPAE5  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dat<9  Ppd", Please note that space Is limited and some advance dates may  have to w<��lt their turn; also tbat this is a "reminder'* listing only and  conpot always carry full details.  ..,.'.  l.��_)l_��_J����_.MMy__M,l_.im^  Aug. 31���5 p.m. Deadline for application, to be Included on School  , pist. Voter'B list.  Sept, 10^���Check School District voter's list posted at School Board Office and Post Offices.  Sept. I .���Sechelt Chamber of Commerce 21st Annual Banquet.  Sept. 20~-Oeadllne for oppcal in respect of schpol board voter's list.  "Maloo sure you have a vote,"  Scot, il��� From 10 a.m. School Board Office, Gibsons, Court of Revision  to correct valers list.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  9;30 a.m. Every Sunday  GARDEN DAY���11:30 a.m.  Juno 30, July 7, 21, Aug. 4,18  REDROOFFS���11:00 a.m.  June 23, July 14, 28, Aug. 11, 25  EGMONT ��� 3:00 p.m.  June 30, July 21, Aug. 4, 10  For Information phono 885-9793  Sept.   29���Timber Trail   Riding  Club  Pla/o, Gibsons.  Gymkhana,   Behind   Sunnycrest  SUNSHim COAST  QOSPEL CHURCH  ,     .Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 tun.  Church Service 11i15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  {V.STOR REV. S. CASSEUS  Davis Bay Road and Arbufm  (2 |��lock�� ap from Highway)  ASK FOR ECIEE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Servlca  Vancouver Reel Ettata  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  J  7, *t^�� ^^r^^ffi^^ ..ii.mTvT-v tfn*i.- . at  -Sff  ���WI V  't NS  ���4  Wednesday, August 28, 1968      The Peninsula Times  .P-S--3  n/v ������ -  Water Ireatment plant oabZonS eyesore  removes water problem  i  v -%   *     Y, *      ��   ' -4rotx\tPn\ym  go just Jike that" he warned. ', ; .  MAccnrn- #���_,__ _,v��_._0 ._.  _��� __����_��____, ��_.   >    Amos al?- dtew aMention to adjacent  rE|S__��y3Sr_S SX&��_-_-f_-t-3_S^  provide the null w_ih a new^ water treat-    *UJ^-Jr**.w*. .*lu***i'":.. .. . *."%..  ment plant designed to ensure the daily  supply cf��30 jmi-tion gallons is free of mud  and other matter stirred up during heavy-  rainy periods. -��      -  Ihe older townsite has been -cleared of  homes and the,whole area, in proximity to  the mill, is undergoing clearing and compaction.  A reservior will occupy a site #revious-  ly occupied by the church. It will be 300  feet long, 160 feet wide, 17 feet deep and  will hold five -million gallons.  QuaOity of pulp depends upon purity of  water particularly with bleached and sema-  bleached pulps. A muddy condition cause-  serious problems for the mill and apart  from downgrading tbe pulp -causes equipment (troubles. Such an incident occurred  last year and caused a mull shutdown in  order to clear the silt. It is reported the  new plant will eliminate the problem.  in ithe ���vicinity o~ ��___*" he argued. tB_aypr  Feeney pointed out that these other situa-  tion have existed ior many yiarp whereas  the .buiSding -code has or&y been recently  adopted- Consequently any new permit issued, will have to conform "to present-regulations.   ," '>     ,  it was also made, clear ithat a septic  tank regulation Is cow in force and before  any,bunding'is considered by council, approval for ��ec_c tank has to be obtained  from the Health Unit inspector.  ToM thaljt the matter is now in the hands  of the Village Lawyer and that -council  would have to discuss the matter further,  both men left. ,  On returning to business, council after  due consideration, could see little advantage in allowing the situation to -continue  and unanimously supported a motion that'  the order to remove and -clean up still  stands.  **qjjl  .*V-.v  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Terryf. Simmons  ���Photo by Dennis Gray, Sechelt, B.C.  by ment  Z*  **  IF I WORK PART TIME/ AMI l     ,  INSURABLE?  " Q. X_ I woric only part time,,am I insurable? , .  A. Yes, although you may claim exemption from taking out Unemployment Insurance under -certain circumstances, such  as employment for less than 24 .hours a  week and employment in -certain fields. -  Q. {How many-contributions do I need  to qualify for regular benefits?  A. At least 30 contributions in the last  lot- weeks. Eight of these contributions  must have been in the last 52 weeks or  since your last regular benefit period,  whichever is shorter.  It you are making a new claim less  than 104 weeks after the commencement  of your base initial claim, in addition to  the 30 and 8 you will need 24 contributions  in /the last 52 weeks, or since the commencement of your last regular or seasonal  claim, whichever is the longer period.  Q. I worked in non-insurable employment for the last 12 months. Is there any  way I can still qualify for benefit?  A. -Possible, if you bad built up an ade-  Aay Questions please?  quate contributions record before taking  up your;,non-insurable job. Contact the  nearest office ��- -the Unemployment insurance Commission as you may quality ior  an extension of the qualifying periods. In  some cases ithe IMC will1 go back four yeans  to pick up your contributions.  f> '  immm>  HIRS1Y! - FOR MUSIC!  Most children love it and need it  to build their lives with. The accordion fills this need in a beautiful  and versatile way. The fall term  will start soon, why not inquire  while our rental instruments last?  fSisbey's Accordion Centre  885-2109  .<  i-*>  CRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  ,       Every Wednesday  886-2248  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  ������ in������ ������������ ������^____������ ���p-_��-_���   i   ...____������ wii    i   ,m    ii     .  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  fne Brightest Spot.on the Highway  Opposite fhe High School - Gibsons  For To!ce Out Ordere Phone 886-2433  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a_m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  j-fr'i'-E *r.. f .'���. ���. fi     &** *v 1 -r- f **  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  pottery. Supplies, classes & firing  deoler for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grand view Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  L & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tank* and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Parle, B.C.  four OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birfdn, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  For Youi' Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  Tailored Suits    by Drapeshire   *  Work and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Timex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine - Phone 886-2116  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower Pt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  ������ ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing   lYHIGGS  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies* and[ Cihil_r_nVVy_ar  Open sbc days a week  Phone 8854063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest - ���  I        Teh years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ���-886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  BOAT SALES  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  Bernina fie Omega  Safes, Parts, Service  Phono 886-2664  R.R. 1 Gibsons  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  ���   i      i i ��� i i- ������< ���          i     '��� i -������   ���  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Corpmerciul  Industrial Wiring  Electric Ideating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gov't Licenced and  Bonded  Serving  tho   SuntJiInc   Coa��.t.  Offers  Kicurlty-  check patfol to suit you.  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. 885-9737 Benner BlocfeJyfijechcIt  or Ph.  883-2688,  Box 43, Skhelt.  At His Sign of tt��o Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  AAachine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marina Ways  Automotive ond Morlno Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Pbo-s 006-7721       Rm. 886-9986, 8844*326  C & S SALES I  SECHELT, BX.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechelt, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  f^lRCLTT ���STYLING-^shading ;.,  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURMltyRE.   Pp  ���  DRAPERIES-Y -���^   ���" .-P  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING-4386-2811  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phone 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  I Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Coaler  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPE.INS���885-2132   BRICKLAYING  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  txperts at cuts, coi'ffs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120    (CLOSED MONDAY  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ���. ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Sechelt  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  CHALET UPHOLSTERY  Davis Bay  Free Estimates  Samples Brought to your home  HAL AND MAY AUBIN        ;   885-9575   CONTROLLED BLASTING  , FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  lemsnts  .ray weddiEEf  TALL spires df white and coral Gladioli  and ' fo$s_<e.s of deep >wM_e coloured  Da_r_ias graced Gibsons United C_.ur��Ji on  Saturday, August 17 for the wedding of  Edna7Darlene(!N_c_i) Wray and Albert Ter-  ryl (Terry) Simmons.  The bride is the eldest daughter of  Catpt. and Mrs. Edward A. Wray of Langdale and Ihe groom is the son of Mr. and  Mrs. Nicholas B. Simmons of WilsoB Creek.  Jlev. W. M. Cameron oSEiiated at *he  ceremony whidi took place at 3 p.ma. Organist was Mr. Uoyd Yorikston of Lang- .  dale.  Given in marriage by her faitier, the  bride loblced charming in a floor length,  gown of Peaii-de* elegance, A-irae sityHe  with Emj��re waistiine and-,- Jlong. sliighfly  belled sleeves; the iscooped neckline,  sleeves, skint and train were trimmed with  a wide Iband of heavy lace. Her elbow  length veil was held in place.with.. a lace  and chiffon covered crown trimmed with  pearls and she carried a (trailing bouquet  of pinfc;roseibijd_j .and , white ste^hanoitis'.  Aittehdiiig the toride was iMiss Lorna  Sneddon, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  William Sneddon of Gibsons.  Best man was the groom _ brother-in-  law, air. Arbie Wimge Of Slocan. Ushers  were ithe jbride and groom's younger brot-  4.h&rsYT^Lvyr^Yand:.Meu Simmons.  ���'��� !R��<ce!ptio!_ follow^"'in'Me"t^hsotrs'"t^g-  ion Hall where Mr. Len Wray (proposed  4he itoast .to the bride. The 4-tiered wedding  cake trimmed with pink roses and white  lace icing was designed and decorated by  the bride's mother.   I  Mistress of ceremonies was 'Mrs. Gerry  Clarke of Gibsons aim pourers were the  bride's younger sisters\ Juanita and Cindy;  youngest brother PeterV served young people's punch. \  .Mother'of (the bride pore an aqua ensemble with (matching *wide brimmed hat  in chiifon and cream coloured accessories;  her corsage was composed of yellow rosebuds. The groom's mother chose a light  blue suit with matching'hat, white accessories and pink rose consage.  For the honeymoon in the Interior, the  brides wore a deep pink cape suit with bone  coloured accessories and white , carnation  corsage.  Mr. and .(Mrs. Terry Simmons will reside at Gower Point, Gibsons, B.C.  ' Out of town guests included: Mr. and  Mrs. Cliff ��enham; M*. and Mrs. Gordon  Brundrett; Mr, and Mrs. Al Edwards; Mr.  and Mrs. Wayne Lutz; Mrs. Dan Lute and  Miss Beverly Martin of Vancouver, B.C.  Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Simmons; Mr. and  Mrs. Aubie Wdngc and Mrs. Emile Gustof-  son of Slocan; Mrs. Dorothy Woodward of  Chctwyod and Jaque Perron of Pont Coquitiam.  Y :;y.gw#_mmB��!^^,I>MyiW!J  jgSB^  jim&  BALI AWD CHAIN  LEAGUE  NEW AND OLD BOWLERS  WANTED FOR FALL LEAGUE  Bowling Commences  September 6, 1968  8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  COME ONE - COME ALL  For further information contact  G. Phillips 885-2183  t." ��� y-nppbfacM^  >mMmmmiiymqmaamm/imBtt  PLUMBING REPAIRS  Installing Fixtures  Free estimates - Phone anytime  GEO. FAWKES.  885-2100 - Sechelt B.C.     .  EXCAVATING,  DITCHIHG Af-D  THfEHCHl��.G    ,  LIGHT AHD HEAVY  BULLD0ZII.G,  TOUCEtlNG.  GEIAVEL, TOPSOIL  AMD FILL.  Days SSH-2663  'Nights OGG-2370  .    or 7764  V  SIFT. 3rd SCHOOL OFll^li^G  AVOID THE RUSH       ,  go fo Gilmore's ��ciriefy Shop  WOW  FOU ALL YOUH SCHOOL SUPPLIES  WE HAVE COMPLETE STOCK  GET A FREE COUPON WITH YOUR KEY  TABS AND A CHANCE TO WIN A T.V. OR  ONE OF MORE THAN 75 PRICES.  CHILO.-fEf-'S FALL  CLOTHIi-0 MOW  AHf_iVif-G  6ilmorefs. fiiiiff lop  Open Friday to 9 pint.  885-9343 Sechelt, B.C.  We have Specials  to offer  EXTRA SPECIAL  300 SHEET FILLER  Reg. 1.49  NOW  Layaways if required  fe'_nrfwt.e_��,-ri'*.  ^t-j���.^. ��_���?���__j^iaft,.;^^^ js.  ^'��^~ fuses, sluggish appliances, flicker-Yf'^YiYY  ing lights may be due to inadequate wiring. V "Y^*'  Let us check now, bring wiring up to data      :"  for  modem   living. Use the  B.C   Hydro  Finance Plan���add cost of changes or additions to your light bill.  B  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING  .cPMrasi Qetiric Ltd.  886-9689 - Gibsons, B.C.  its wsir pisasE  Lucky in bottles? Or Lucky In easy-open cana?  tiy both taJay for that man-clred tasto.  Give yourself a  l/^S^W^^W^- m      ��<**�� VU|\  Thla advertisement Is not published or displayed by tho  Liquor Control Board or by tho OwewiaeiitolEtritW CoUunbtar  . ,->  vi  ^-nWp.i^.MHiiMnm.mmvwww.&>m**t.i**t'il��fin*if .>'.���J^ii^%__��_l*i��._<  *,**��W*��H^H>#m*4t4v**iy*4*nf*,0t4\p(*tll>04fi.**,il**t* ,^��li.��\i.^ii#l^_jl<>%.J*t^��a^���,^t^^fMt~i0*vffl*fV����f*M*��J.i*  a m^t^f^^^itit^tf^f^^ cy^'  ������*>/���  -*f.jyj��___^__^l��___^  'r"-t��f.  Jiiyvyv1  i 2   "���  *,_f.rf"&'--'      S.^fK*,.''1' '4"/^'t,**a\l .<Y  t Y   <���  ' '        " '     '  s I       r  '�� ' ' I   ' 4- ���< '  /  H mm be wrong, but I shall mtbeYsortypng^tis to Sail to spy i what I believe to be-right?  _ -. C'Y' :;;; -: >/"'     '*  'y   ' ���JortNAitoa  ~-    ,       DotiGtJ-;G.Wfl_3t^_w0jr~ ,v  . -rr. ��� __ ���+  j -0 .   Jr.   ..^_i__ii_,_ti.-)--^Jt._ ^ - "*. _- ��� ___.________._- ��� __.���.______' ___"___ _______________ ��� !_.._. ���__���____.___ _���i________-,_______._..  Mi'iiii'iimiTi in -^-*------!���-���*���  t:'--  ftagKf Y "Yr-T^JPajteBbla llmca  -  'JWy^^'AJ^'20/ 19gB  BffOTHfllUIMMM.  '/TYYTT^  /'  *^C 2��  .���.���"  ��fs fag  [.aw-  ASSfe  DmAmmn  Edife^fe- ___*.**<' -   ��� *  Sr^ol^Mg^ott^ story on the Tv  came :W^r<\r-irto/District in il_ August  14th e&tltitt iS? yfaix patter. I vtoaJei it I  may use-.your -onimuiilty n_^spjpi.r to  pi__ilyl^.ek��-$_s thfe appXj&ciuUon of re .-  dent& bfJ't&e% _U-triei io K^jb Uunnmtj and  the *Bj. ard Imfimibsrs.  ^Ti^au^^h's (determination and cnthu-  !*mLr> M.  i  v  UNMITIGATED entry info^Czecfocfclo- , such plapes as the Viet J,am.,  .    vaKa-l^I^ussiMtrooiJsdisi^Uspnce        One thing is certain, whelhtf. due to,  &id Joe. all .the. image of J^fc?**!^*?   % 'endeavors of these communist ^in-  created by, pawns, sympatitdzers and herp  woi_Mf>pets of the Red flag! ^ : zP. ,        ..__..���  - " Undoubtedly dus warlike- det of sup-   so has Canada. European countries could  pressioA against a sniaU peacefidcouriby,   cdntriblite nexMp-no-hmg ill the event    flg||jrjj hdttle  seeking'no iftore than the right to govern   o�� conflict, and the oiUy remaining big   Editaf ^^ ^^    .    ;  Hs own affairs, will end-as another Hun-   power^UncfeL_am; wlhils^ By ho nifcans       s_r^fT_Tfe -is -reeping amon^ t  u-j a  gary without the Blood-bdfli.    >~      '      miUtarily weaky has already poured huge    cerMn^^n]mnYbm onyowing th^  Brave Bolsheviks safe in the know-   quantities of arms, men _hd equipment  fcdge that the'c6mbined~foaes of ��_l id-   into the -\.et Nafii. In the event of Bluff  jacent Balkan countries, present practi-   callihg -at this time,-  cally no threat whatsoever have shown   seem fairly evidept where the advantage  either complete stupidity or thrown _owh   lies..  the gauntlet to the western, world. Cer? If this is what the leftists enjoying the  tainly the Red warlords have,with primi- best of a free world desire then they have  tive cunning,' built themselves i massive every reason to smirk with success. How-  war machine. "For while its stooges, paci-   "ever, the biiy smiles would be very short  lived should the westent aUiaitee refuse  tojaccept Kremlin intimidation. The neit  war will not he fought sow& ,thousands  of miles away in distant lands, it will be  right here on our own doorstejjs and will  be a disaster hitherto ujakopwji. For the  benefit of the would-be dralt dodgers,  m  fists, sympathizers and other ftusgbided'  souls parade their "ban.the homb1! had-,  ners, arrange peace marches and. raise  loud protests the moment the free -world  attempts to help; c<mjmunist dominated  countries, good old brother Ruski has  been actively engaged itf building up  seeds ~f ctis-O-tentand fear Si id 'Boston  Matt. #<tf<_ls��_ to have a dttiree of inttli  2x  -   .*_*!.   \t gendfe Wit i serap with the Fi^henc-Dtpt  it would therefore -|ar|^ mrs mf<HAm    - f P -  Said Boston Man' should realize tbat we  Canadians being a , e^ns^rvativfe; ^__j.i^e  Id, still have 'law and -rder in OUfb couii-  try ahd that il _e fioestfit want his noSe  shoriehed he hid .better slithir _acK to  where he e"^ine frdih. v   ' *     4  A CANADIAN  I  J**   -  ���Mfkim^'  mt.C  .'-'...-mHUNNG y  Won! to mofce your home  lorger, mote comfortable, more ,  m-dem# more, beauriful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  you'll find, helpful ideas and  information at ybfir one stop  supplies shop  Penis-Silica Building  Supplies i-fd.  Phone 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C. .  ���Mka  Yeah, lot-&&w  Gibson Bleux .  Local eyesore  COUNCIL of Seehelt lias expressed  concern at what has'been termed an  eyesore created by this army^of signs  grouped on' the comer of Poi^poise  Bay Road an4 the HgWrfy. A further  attempt is being iriaflje. tei encourage  the Realter?, BoultB-$ and; Sweet,  respdflsible for th_ p'r_pertyi t& carry  out a.clean ui> *  TIMES ADBRIEFS WORK FOR YOU  pewB_if��fa__i-j^^  jroggjH_i_a^idMH-__-^^  arms, men and equipment on a gigantic7   conscientious objectors and tnrowers of  scale.'- ���'  ' ,      .  This sudden show oL duplicity, must  surely come as something,of a shock to  the idealists, and while banners have-  indeed been raised in Various parts of the  shocked world, it would be extremely.in-  teresting to learn how many of the  marchers are those who so enthusiastically condemn western intervention in  fliwfers, make no mistake, the next war  will-be one no-one will dodge it will  envelope us all in one tremendous inferno.  For, that, reason alone,, possibilities  of a world war are slight, at the same  time, with a mentality such,as that demonstrated by the Soyiet Umpn, who  knows? -  -  WHILE ithas continually fallen the-lot of with the workings of the board, the trus-  Tlie Times to deplore, and publicize, tee was "perturbed at actiofl of a school  the ardent desire of certain demi-gods in ��� board introducing a procedure bylaw republic office to administer public business versing an earlier decision to allow press  under a shrould of secrecy, it is partfe-   representation at committee-of-the-whole  SOME G-ibsons^E'lemeD.taTy-- Sehqol - pupils  may have a longer holiday; the new  addition.to the'school, now, under construction wfli probably not be ready by jSept- 3  and some -pupils-will- have to prolong their  holiday. ,  , .  Pupils are advised" io .check 'the class  lists and riotices. which will foe.posted on  the main .-doors -of .the school on Friday  of tbis week. .Pupils names on the class  lists in rooms in -he present school building will commence Septemlbef 3Y  The extended holiday doe's not apply to  grades 1 or 7 nor kmdergafcten. Only to  those who ^ili occupy the new building.  i  ���\.-/_l   . __*  Until'School Board decides  September 10 th whether  skating Is'to" be,allowed Iti  school-gyms, the-skating  programmes .are, deferred.  ��FWiil____tt*_WriJIW---ytt^^  ularly gratifying to learn there are also  those involved in such public office who  share our sentiments.  In announcing her resignation from  the Courtenay School Board, trustee Mrs.  Muriel Pedersen is to be commended for  a little straight speaking which did not  fail to obtain substantial .coverage in the  Vancouver press. It is extremely doubtful  if any improvements will be brought  about within that particular school board  by the resignation. In fact what is evi- -  dently a cozy situation will now be free'  to continue unhindered.  " Stating she was entirely disillusioned  \y^4tPpy;im\  y^JtyPyrpA  f  *    _5*l��    V^y      fiJ-    4%  Jane Fonda and Robert* Bedford  BAREFOOT IN THE PARK  Fri.. Sat., Man.. Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 2  INCREASED PRICES  Technicolor Out 10 p.m.  (Start* 8 pjm.)  . 0      m      m      m  ALSO:  Sunday Midnight Show, September 1  PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES  Andre MoreO, Diane Clarice  Cortooo  Technicolor      Midnigtit Sbow start 12 p.m.  meetings. The subsequent comments by  Mrs. Pedersen are as follows and we  would suggest be considered by local  potentates and electors alike:  "I am not prepared to be part of a  board, using public funds, doing public  business, which may at any time by ordinary resolution and not unanimous decision, turn, a public Meeting into a  private .affair" she said.  "I firmly believe the public is entitled  to know how/iind why decisions come  about.        ('       '   _ ' f.  "I see no reason to demand unanimous decision for introduction of new  business, yet the exclusion of the press  may come about by resolution only.  "I can't help but think that the  thousands of men and women who gave  their very lives to preserve our freedom must have died in vain.  "When we start curbing the right of  the press to attend piiblic meetings, I  believe we are putting down a very dangerous foundation which can be expanded upon in thp f dt_te.  "I ednnot.agrfee to restrictive legis-  .lation; where public funds are concerned."  One argument put forward by Mrs.  Pedersen agaiflst barring the press was  that it is permitted to attend council committee meetings in that area without any  breach of faith.  The Times has constantly drawn attention to the excessive amount of business carried out in camera by our own  school board, which has done nothing  to improve the trustee's image. At this  time a number of administrative changes  have been instituted and there are indications that.policy changes might follow.  If not, then the solution lies solely with  the electorate who will certainly bc  acquainted with thc situation next election time.  The legendary Casey Jones was a real-,  life railroad engineer whose train wreck  on April 30, 1900 has provided material for  several ballads, a (book, a motion picture  and series of radio dramas. The scene ot  the crish in Vaughn, Miss., corn still grows  every year, self-seeded from the grain  scattered hy Casey's locomotive.  SERVICE  .  solnik mm STATION  Highway 101  PHONE 886-9662  ^afeii^^  .  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT  V  _. _     *  Mi-  Property owners and other qualified electors are  advised that the School District electoral list is the list  *-   * 4.  used for all REGIONAL DISTRICT elections and referenda. The list is currently under revision and attention  is drawn to the notice published by the School District.  C. F.GOODING  Secretdry-Treasu rer  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  i  . Registered owiiers of phspterty should be automatically on the list���but check when  the lists are posted onSepteiriber-10th.-  Qualified persons, other than property owners, wishing to have their names entered on  the-Usfeof Elettbrs for 1968^69-must.file the necessary declaration ifrith lhe .Secretary-  Tredsurer of School District No. 46 (Sechelt), Box 220, Gibsons. B.C. before 5:00 p.m.  o_AiijSUSI;3J;_5te8.,  RE5IDENT EL��CTORS-~Cano*pn. "Citizens or.other British subjects of the .full age of  twenty<>ne years, who are resident and who have resided continuously for  not less than six months within the Schooli District immediately prior to the  submission bf'the'decJarafion provided for in Section 69 of the Public Schools  ' --Act/_.e..since before March 1, 1968, and whose names are not entered on the  Hst'as'owner-electors."  | "TENANT aECTORS-^Conadian 'citizens or other British*subjects of the full age of  . " twenty-one years and corporations" which are ond have been continuously, for not  less than _ix mpntbfr .immediately prior to the submission of the declaration  provided for in Section 69 of the Public Schools Act, i.e. since before March 7,  1968, tenants in occupation of real property within the School District and  whose-nomes or the names of which are not entered on the list as owner-electors  or resident-electors. ,  Wives or husbands of property owners, who ore not themselves registered owners, may  register as resident or tenant electors at the School Board Office.  CORPORATIONS are not automatically placed on the list and those qualifying as owners  of property or as tenant-electors must also hie a written aulhorizotion,, under the seal  of the Corporation, naming some person of the full-age of twenty-one years, who is a  Canadian citizen or other British subject, to be its agent on behalf of such corporation.  Such authorization shall be filed with the Secretary-Treasurer not later than AUGUST  31, 1968.  Names, other than property owners, will not be carried forward from last year's list  without a person making a new declaration in accordance with the Public Schools Act.  SOME INDIAN PEOPLE CAN NVOTE AS TENANT OR RESIDENT ELECTORS  A recent amendment to the PuW.c Schools Act has been interpreted to mean that,  where an Indian Reserve lies within a provincial school district and where the Indian  children attend a provincial school, the adult Indians of the reserve can register as  tenant-electors or resident-electors, which makes them eligible to vote for school trustees  ond also to run for election themselves as school trustees. .Tenant and resident electors  cannot vote on money by-laws.) The necessary declaration form must be completed and  sent to the Secretary-Treasurer not later than AUGUST 31, 1968.  DO NOT DELAY. REGISTER NOW IF YOUR NAME IS NOT ON THE LIST.Mf  Peter C. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer  School District No. A6 (Sechelt)  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  If you are a resident, but not the head of the household, you can be placed on the  voters', list by completing the form below and sending. It to the, Secretajry-Tceasurern  ;  !  i  i  i  hLksfaar^A.  s_Ss  ��awbB^sa��si_aEai___SB  ' fcEFOfeE AUGUST 31/1968;  (cut along dotted line)  *  _<afes_��p_ig!  ��gBt_ttmai^^  5aagjw___  Are you a COff_tHACTOp - ..pj^EfJdftygR  or maybe a "D��-!T-Y&_J!SELVk!R"  with a WSDE RAtr-laE of TOUGH lOfIS to do?  ERE IS WHAT YOU NEEP  DECLARATION BY RESIDENT-ELECTOR  Canada: )  Province of British Columbia )  School District No. 46-(Sechelt)  Box 220, Gibsons )  1.  do solemnly declare as follows:  a) That I am a Canadian citizen "or other British subject and that I am of the full age  of twentytone years.  b) That I have been continuously, for six months immediately prior to this date, and am  a resident of thq school district (or a rural area of the school district).  c) That I reside at  V- r:  ���'���  0 *.  *��.  _w  s  4 ���  *    1  >v  ^J  backhoe/iioader  ��������� �������� .mmm&0i.  mwrnm+mmmmmimmmmmmm  ^mfimmJi  ' Published Wednesdays ut Sechelt  0_ B.C/a Siiflshfac Coast  Sechelt Peninsula Tlnwii Lid.  Box 381-Sechelt, ��.C  Douglas O. Wheeler, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Kates: (la advance)  I Year, $5-2 Years,, i9 - 3 Yean,  VS. and foreign, $5.50  Serving tht area from Port Mellon to Egmc  {Howe Sound to lervls Inlet)  $13  (here describe by address or property description)  os _,   ���. __Y :. in the sdid school district.  (head of family, member of family, boarder, or lodger)  And, I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true] and knowing  that it is of the same force and effect ias if made under oath arid by virtue of theCahada  Evidence Act. .    ,   ,    .      .  DECLARED BEFORE ME AT  B.C.)  this  ..��� day of   : , 19...  I  ////////////>  f Mi /1 / (/ / t-f t  pMmmmmwmm  Ltd.  .. Ill nrJESORT  Oil Ib kmlim Coast  YOUR HOSTS: THf* BRYMLSGNS  Secret Covo RR1 - Hcilfmoort Bay  For Reservations Phone SS5-_HM$_t  FJcwO__iO_3.580 Construction Hing~fa>>te8t,most pro.  ductlvo hn<i pr6fltnblo londor/lmcklioe you can own! )Liflu 3800 lb.  IvJth Hydra -leveling loader; rilRB mora than W deep with Extendi*.  jio<_ Deigned, ton high prpihidion idajy-Sn, any-out: tonpio con-  verier, power nhuj.Ip, hydraulic BelMevcling bucket, uiriclo Je'vor  loader control. Rcttirn-to-ditf niHi.wuiicnlly repositions loader bucket. Choice of huckhoo controls with Uuol-levc-. control., or foot Bwh'g.  Havfl ud dcn.onBtr.tt_l '  HAVI; U$ t>__^QfiSTRAT�� f ME HEW CASE  SSO CONSTRUCTED?- ICING .  ggB2E82X6XXBBBEB%MtX2%  U5E0 EQUIPMENT? Yc��. Wo havo a good selection off  BacMioe-Loodcr Tracton, Crawler-Loader Tractora^Btc.  availablo at attractive price*.  mSBXEEGCX&i^  10547 King George Highway  NORTH SURREY, B.C.  l__B_BSBBgM^^  P.O. Cox 100  B8ffiU__HM  .^msm^smmmmmMmmSBSixmmxsmmmmi  (The Sccretary-Tredsurer is empowered, under Section 10 of the Public Schools /vet,  to administer oaths and to take and receive, wllhin the School District, affidavits, declarations ond affirmations required to be taken by or under tho Act.)  Complete the form below for tenant-elector* If you are the head of the household and  send It to tho Secretory-Treasurer at the School Board Office. After checking out thc  qualifications, he will send you a statement which ploces your name on the voters' list.  THIS MUST BE DONE BEFORE AUGUST 31, 1968  (cut along dotted line)  ��  DECLARATION BY TENANT-ELECTOR  Canada: > |  Province of British Columbia )  School District No. .6 (Sechelt)  Box 220, Gibsons )    "  I.  do solemnly declare os follows:  a) That I am a Conodion citizen or other British subject ond that I am of tho full ago  of twenfy-ono years.  b) That | have been continuously, for six months Immediately prior to this date  ond  am a tenant In occupation of real property within tho school district.(or o niral area  of  tho  school  dlsrlct),  and   that   tho   prcmltes  to  occupied  by  mo   aro  ultuato  (docrlbo tho property to as to Identify tho lot, lots, or premises)  In the school district.  And, I moke this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, ond knowing  that It Is of the somo force ond effect as If rnade under oath and'by virtue of the Canada  Evidence Act.  DECLARED BEFORE ME AT , B.C.)  i  thin 1. doy of ..._���    |9,.   (Tho Srcretary-Troaswrcr I* empowcrrd, under Section 10 of the Public Schools Act,  to odmlni.tcr oaths and to toko and rccdvo, within tho School DUtrlct, affidavit*, do-  cloi_tion\ and affirmations required to bo token by or under ttia Act.)  __S_5����S^^  ;��<���.����%*.  VJ  I  __,.. t���j', rf>���^.*i.^.^��,���*^ A,,..,. v^^.^./^���f^rf!^^?',l,i-'*",'*1*���',*-' *'?* VA '* ���* *,B^7J  ���i,\���^.,4,'m-f^^^4^^ '<-*S>*��lN*��vV'V-' _  4<��&!*h��&f��*li^^  ?. . > 4s . .  1   Y > . '  inM^0^ike j'm  "*   f-4��y John Me.herii.0twi      "      ,/   -/,-r   ***  SO TOE^iE is q feature dinsigiied to asswer' f'*" -  ���^ questions aimed at the 'Unemployment   IsAa** .  Insurance Oomwissioa.,' Well,   catch Jtbis  one, -chum! "When is -ihe U.J.C. going  overhaul  exfettog rjte��ulaitltfiis"' _���(>  as w    * -*  ���bring Ibenafit lo all it's paying t_fera!_3f�� l tC  rather than' to just a few?" <  Sosmepne, -with whjoii. I am 'more' than  ya>gU-ly ��� familiar,' brings itor intna ,an al"  tempt - toi -btaiaad, isaitiisfaction, #rqj��.4 -the'  Unemployment Insurance jCemmissjoa.  Having paid full stamp' 'tor' six 'years'  this chap was relieved of his duties as.  Third Officer., by ihe shipping company he  was Dmrtong to'r dt the tithe; to attend 'the*  navigation school in Vancouver .0 upgrade  his certificate. He went to the U.I.C. office  to apply for subsistence /but atikr having  exercised a great deal of self control when  exposed to the petty hureaucracy dispplay-  ed fry,, -he t front office clerk (something  which seems to all 'too prevalent in government offices) was finally told he could  not qualify because he was going to attend  school, in addiitiori to thfc fact thfct he had  noit he en fired or actually laid dff through  his job no longer existing. p  The average fellow trying to get ahead 1  is faced with this sort of nonsense when  there are people engaged in seasonal em- ik  ployment where it is possible to earn $40,  ��W> yet collect unemployment insurance  during the o'JBf-season. If tins is their idea  of fair play then the outlook of thfe U.I.C.  as very much warped.,  He tthen had a talk' with Canada __a_-  power in Vancouver. He had ehrctel at  the navigation school hy this <time and was    ___��� ..., _ _ . -. ���-���*-,-��   - -  told that to he eligible for 'Manpower as-    meiqhhOtS SUtptlSe  sistance he should have approached thfejh '           first, Ibefore enrolling, and let them suggest he should attend the navigation school.  Only in this [way would they grant hiatt  financial assistance.  One tends to lose faith in governmental  procedures when suhjected .to this type  of red tape; not to anention when one sees  some of the idle wasters and other as  �� 1 *  i >  I  %  ���it  __���  J  *^  ��**rf-r *���***  T^t* '���'' ' *  ���v  1  ���o Leaves $  Vancouver  9:00 o.m.  1:00 p.m.  6:00. p.m.  7:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  4:30 p.m.  8.00 a.m.  12:00 p.m.  5:00, p.m.  8:15 a.m.  12:15 p.m.  5:15 p.m.  r*-��f.  it'-  V  ' i  _. ?_.__!!  K ^  ��� ���  *f " v   a  _     * L.  i  '         .  SATURDAY  <y Leaves 1}  Pender Hbr.*"  Sechelt  Gibsons  Vancouver  '  9:00 a.m.  7:30 a.m.  8:00 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  SUNDAY  ,1  . Birthday celebration ._  CELEBRATING her-j_-ie_ie_-'fcirfli-  day 'on Monday, .Mrs. Delta .Chilton  of Davis Day did-not feel quite up to  a swim like last year but If 90th birthdays, are as- nice-as the one she  celebrated this year, she thinks she  v Leaves tf  Vancouver  7:00 p;m.  Pender Hbr.*  6:00 o.m.  ______ __ _____ _?!_   J_... -.._.  Sechelt  6:20 p.m.  Gibsons  6:30 p.m.  *Jnclu'dej -^ Thomionby hlond ond Netson Island  would like another one. Wishing iier  ���,..., happiness is her daughter, Dr.-Jean  sorted floteani and jetsam who actually   .rr_.T.l_��_;D.���.T__T_-* _.      - ���____ _.t. t-__.t._. "                 ."*...      ..           .*'",' Cross and botti are wearing corsages  do qualify, at the ticpayers' expeW -'   ^Sf^iSrMm0��tfa^?^,t0,1 " P?*** ^^Mcther.w^DDm and^ presented by nei^bcmrs who anln-  Is ihe rumour that ship's officers of the    nt Efj^ ��**? ��^S?Y? ^ f5??   A^^fY^^f: ^?^^ f. W ged-a speoml part��       '     '  t aw .ffnintr tn ihi�� BnnriKntf    of *,*w? w'y^o s^ compose a poem for   maintainecrnby the 5_a_ional thM and ��s, ian' 5^* �� ^y<^��-x yg^jr.  taregomgtomespomng    eyefy^ccasio^^pry.^^a^^e^gense    exMlrition duilding. ���' - ���    '-   CfiMren u-der 12^ yrs. % fdrt   ' NOTE! Please Reserve Seals in Advdnce  CONNECTING FLIGHTS MON., WED. AND FRI. TO LOGGING CAMPS  One Woy Fares To Or From Vancouver  BLIND BAY  _____ __ 2i.4p PENDER HBR.   _^S.KrS��VE  ~ ^ !2'5S ROBY LAKE   ISSu��-r ~  1?��S SAKINAW LK.   SEGHELT  ; ,__^   ?;if��0        SECREr COVE   GIBSONS 9.00 THORMANBY JSm< _j   KEATtS IS. .'     9.00    '    VANGUARD BAY   19.25  21.70  21.70  16.45  17.15  22.40  ALL OTHER RATES ON REQUEST  H fare for Cfaildteo tinier 12 Yean When Accompanied Bv Adult  ���    - ' her another's, birthday, Dr. Jean Cross was  B. C. Ferries fleet  powder hlue uniforms in the future "actual  ly trtie? I say, haw nice!  So a nineteen year old, English girl,    .,..fi.nt n\a������ *�� K���^ ������A ;_,��� -��.��_.�������._.     _ 'mwaers mrmoay, ut. tvms. _r��_s ��  Sheila Edmundson, has signed on an Amer-    S^^rlS? T^       nfilShi��?irs. - accompanied: by'- htk��� ^_as____ Dr. Harry  ican freighter as a deck apprentice. It is ' Cross, hath have now-retired,  iataiguing to see the many new profes- On Sumiay afternoon[r the eve of her mB. Chilton's only daughter Jean is a  sjobs women mnJl take on as they anove 90th hjrthday, the neighbours showed jus,t graduate of University of British Columbia  towards complete emancipation. Her career how wonderful they think Mrs. Chilton it, and ���}#& $��. doctorate in psychology at  should be a very interesting one to follow, vrhen she became guest of honour at a the University of Southern California. Df.  I also wonder how her relationship is with Party held in the home of (Mr. and Mrs. C. cross has worked extensively nvith J>rain  the other deck apprentices?  I definitely    G- Lucken.   ' - �� injured children and h?s seen many ichild-  feel I sailed with the wrong outfit when Mrs. Chilton's eyes 'reflected happiness" ren diagnosed as mentally defective toeing  I was in that category during my sea-going as she blew out ninety JSttfe candles on the successfully treated and eventually grad-  Carter* ���-__.,_,_-._. . birthday cakf made by Mrs. E. Keeley    uating from university.  fMS? �� tW ��5?A Jln^^f^0 afld d���corated ^ ''****��� ^^ ��� ��� -A very. modest _dy, Mrs. Chilton will  ?pSc Sw-.T^LTL Z %*JgL A iWA eeneration Canadian, Mrs. Chil- not^ayToo much of her own life but ��ays  rtZ d_fv ^Z JSSfilm LSi^SS t0n'S great W_W_-er Br. Harrison came she is very proud of the work her daughter  to hfe Sttln 5^��^_%^S^��SS?^ to Canada fr,Mn En��land' <lajldijlS to Nova has accomplisied. 'Her husband, Mr. Al-  SSufdriav S3 .'?lSZ^ ^^g^ Scotia' Mrs' ^^ wh0 received ***&* bert Hilton who .was a bank manager died  fiS 2tv S S^Mntt ,_Srf t a    tennial ,pioneer Medallion last year, was    in 0917 and Mrs. Chilton came to Davis  ip%Tla��nhl^LC^h^^^   horn   Musguodoboit,  Noya; Scotia   A  the    Bay from West Vancouver in 1948. ,  eaten around their house.  The moon has always been a source of  inspiration but how many of us look upon  the lunar o��b"as -ohiething other than a  bright baH^of light in the night sky?  The moon rotates ohce" otf il'& axis an  one revolution' of it's orbit around the  earth. This means ithat the same face of  the moon is always turned towards the  earth, except a little -at the. poles and at  the sides as a result of libration, or oscillation, in latitude and libration in longitude.  About 41 per cent oi the moon's surface  is always towards the earth and about 9  percent is seen on each side from Eber-  ation, so that we can actually see about  59 per cent of the surface. Next week we  take a look at the phases of the moon.  Write to P.O. Box 187, Sechelt, B.C.  RATES AND SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE  ^__a___  -  y.x  ... ,6.''-*"    4f     <->    4.A'^',  : ^i~   t//sy.     s I4V44'       /A.>     4-4. 4i      4.    %  > When you imak^a btegr tt.9t.s eoioyetljri,  over 60 countries it's got .a' be good:  s 1  DINNER SERVED  _  "EVERY FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY EVENINGS  TILL MIDNIGHT"  Polio Gardens  Halfrnoon Boy, B.C.  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A\+*>* ����� *1-J  SAVINGS IN OUR ELEaRICAL DEPARTMENT  ^i4',W/^,_!,."l-0��iiE-Cf special price ���,   DUfPLE-C WALL HECEEFTA-ILE, brown _���  l||jfA-_L^f-WltVS-iv brown . . , r���   ,0���TA�����-_BOJC : :���'   , ,; '  ,r '," '  ."  _7c ft.  <_a.  ,40cca.  . ..7f"-" -" '-':-y  ii'i"'--    "- ; -^ ; "n 'Tl-L    ^___-__..  _.-��������� ������-  Shop at "LINU" for Q&sa_%y Senrie�� and Eedndmy  iiuri.rr���ii���.mi i rin:  T ��� ' ^_^_j__M__^jt^j ]_____���__���-_,.__���  ..*/__ V BIG-H_ARVESl   fcl     ;    .        tl  Wdfch for our       gp^^U       flyer in the mail  Make your UNK HARDWARE  STORE your headquarters for all  youf ammunition and tiiiiiMng needs  Bolt ocflon punting companion from Winchester Cooey ... sure M> moke your day  irt tho field,a success. The riiode| 39 was  mode for the youno'hunter. Single shot  action In a light weight bolt action. Walnut  finished stock . . . Metal butt.'plate, bead  front sight, adjustable rear sight.  SPECIAL *'  _.  8* ���  ,  (  1,"  M. ^W^H-^p,^ (fcfc^w^^^^^^^^l^tfT!^^^^  ��*��M��^-*^y^^��>M��^^*^i<^N^##��^ ; Mi^f^ir-^ ���  -**VV +  > + **���* _r-\* w ���+ ^������m'-  ��>S  -*   *    v       w n*-^- -  ��� -^���j^*     /��� _*- ���������* ���>���*  .  (p^S_r  y ^ J�� w  _r .  -f^V,-*. ��^fc  ^'li"' U"^1 _"'"-_ ^'ll*'-' V 'b 4*"��"V '-���1"r_>*_��><ji .JiJ^lM^-f*'1-���   *"i-Wwi_iiW��<       ^n  �����_ ii} < V "^ $ "-^Vf > .  KSP^ **_  ^__-K��_R. .?    *   *^  SI  '^'  Evening meal  ENJOYING a pancake supper and  sea breezes on Gibsons wharf  Gibsons resident, and vis.tins fishermen  tuck into a tempting meal of hot  cakes and 1 aeon verved by local Ki-  vanis    \dults square danced and  younger pople danced to the music   g  of a teenaged band group while fish-   ��  eimen  ^elected  bait for  the  earl}    ^  morning fishing   The wharf was a  hi.e acti\it\ mo . of the night  Health Tips  Canadian Medical Assoc.  BLUE  BABIES  THF i m blu babies ha^ o\cr tnt  b tn applied 'j b bit    bjrn   .it.  en n ial ntjrt d_rtcts m \ .ie. thc biood  tjK up a* much ow.. n a-, it do  Chamber of Commerce  schedules anniversary  WHAT should prove a "great plight bad been -  scheduled for Saturday Sep__o_ber 21  by, the, Sechslt and District Chamber ,of  Commerce ito celeibrate its 21si adversary.  Last such _d��_rat_on v. as in 3S&I at w_ieh  time guest speaker-) was the ___-_. Hon.  Robert Bontter, s Attorney General of BjC.  It hiid heea hoped to ihvite Han. I*e��  Peterson as guest speaker fof the evepi  bjut i$ seems'he _a$ either comi-i*tmfi_ts."  It is therefore fiat yet Imcwn^who w-li jbe  guest oi honor (but 3 number ef flag names  are presently under consideration.    ,  Location for the banquet will be the new  Peninsula Dining Boom -which has -easting  capacity for almost two hundred. Entertainment Mowing will be"toy a first rate  Vancouver group which 1wM. igive a forty-  five minuie stage show.  Ot particular interest is the fact thalt  the only two original members will be present, they are Mr. Jack >Mayne and Mr.  Jim Parker.  Souvenir iO-graimpes are (presently  being printed and ivfll serve as admission.  , Members will be notified hy mail. Admission will be $4.00 per person and w_l include the entire evening.  ,P_ge,\6  Tho Penlnsal- 'Times     ', Wednesday, August 28, 1968  __q_a_a��^^  sgjjffiCTi^  SCHOOL DISTRICT Ho. 46 (SECHELT)  I  SEPTEMBER 3. 1968  Schools will open for registration, grouping ond textbook issue  tonly at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday,, September 3, 1968. Pupils will return  home once these formaiiti es haye been completed.  > . -  Kindergarten students should report to Gibsons Elementary School,  Sechelt Elementary School or Madeira Park Elementary School at 10:30  a.m. on September 3, _,  1  Kindergarten and Grade 1 pupils should present birth certificates  for registration. ,  Pupils in other grades must present reports from previous school  attended.  Regular instruction will commence on the following day, Wednesday, September At at the usual times.  "WW"  IS  mass.  -aspf iM  333  9 s  !%  '"**%&  I  '**  Jbs?*i.*����w ���?��*��.  1. \J  hr^^J^^Yivr.4'  V.  "���^ -,  t  Risky business  ISlWAJSlI Jim Dmmmond demonstaa-   pancake suppekr ori the eve of  tes how light bis pancakes are to   Fishing Derbm  hungry fishermen at tihe late night |1  J  Sun  ta    deitl jjiitn*   of thc &  .,* "j   j .   it    >.   po'sibk g  1 c nnttL. 1 v nich all-  -> ��  !j Ij tnt iui.e. Tms re S  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  SCHOOL BUS SCHEPIJLIJ  B  FBBB���BM��BM"'��:r'a'  COMMENCING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1968  !  1  HALFMOON  B & J Store   Redrooffs   Road  Middlepoinr ..  Silver Sands   Madeira Park _.  ���r  :Y  \  m    k 1 Id   With  IvlU        HIdlock   Cpi  l) cut .n t\tra  ir.... bb^d io  Hioves 1M| blueness and the baby is aWe  t(�� get more oxygen into its blood and to  curry on much more Jifce. a normal child.  Several htadred of these operations have  been dbh-j pn! tMs oo&ti^ and elsewhere.  In recenjt years, with the development  of! open-hkrt jsungery, it has become possible to do 4 curative operation. Usang  the heart-jung machine, the defects inside  the heart can be completely corrected with  relatively little risk, ithe CMA reports.  Some lhabies have'''1i___5'''<��j^li^''in''_udir  a severe form that they haye % have the  Taussig-Blalpck sinjgery to help them live  long enough! in order to have the ouraitiye  s^-ery-    . \ ������-���,  ..     ..     .  'il,  _7:34 a.m.  ..7:35 a.m.  _7:49 a.m.  ..7:55 a.m.  ..8:05 a.m.  Pender Harbour Secondary  John Daly's Garden Bay  .8:30 a.m.  Pender Harbour Secondary 8:45 a.m.  Madeira   Park Elementary  ...8:55 a.m.  ROBERTS CREEK/PORT  MELLON; LANGDALE,  ELPHINSTONE  Joe Road L__. : ,_7c35i  Joe   & Lower Road |.7:40 a.m. h  Roberts Creek Store _  Elphinstone "   Port  Mellon   Twin  Creeks '.   Langdale  .   ...7:50 a.m. h.  ...8:00 a.m. h  -8:20 a.m. h&e  ..8:30 a.m. h&e  -8:35 a.m. h&e  i  i  *  EGMONT  West Egmont  .7:45 a.m.  .7:50 a.m.  .8:15 a.m.  Egmont Elementary   Pender Harbour Secondary ..  Madeira   Park   Elementary ....8:25 a.m.  Indian Islands  8:35 a.m.  Madeira  Park School 8:50 a.m.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  AND IRVINES LANDING  Indian Islands 7:45 a.m.  Pender Harbour Hotel  8:00 a.m.  Pender Harbour Secondary ...8:07 a.m.  Girard's, Sinclair Bay  8:25 a.m.  Irvines   Landing   School    8:30 a.m.  Pender Harbour Secondary ....8:45 a.m.  Madeira Park Elementory  8:55 a.m.  HALFMOON BAY, DAVIS BAY  AND ROBERTS CREEK  Halfrnoon Bay , 8:00 a.m. p*  Sechelr     8:15 a.m. o  Residential   School    _ 8:20 a.m. e  Davis Bay  .'���..'. _...B:25 a.m. c  Wilson  Creek     8:30 a.m. o  Roberts Creek Park 8:40 a.m, e  Robert Creek Elementary ...8:50 a.m. o  WEST SECHELT, ELPHINSTONE  LANGDALE, GIBSONS ELEM.  Gamma   Phi   Beta     7:40 a.m. h*  Wakefield ���..   7:45 a.m. h  Residential   School    7:50 a.m. h  Boba     . 8:00 a.m. h  Charman* 8:05 a.m, h  Elphimtona  School   ......������...8sl5 a.m. h  Langdale       .   8;30a.m.a  Gibsons Elementary 8:45 a.m. o  NORWEST BAY, WEST  SECHELT, ELPHINSTONE,  SECHELT  Moson ��. Nor West Bay Rd 7:30 a.m. h  7:33 a.m. h  7:35 a.m. h  7:37 a.m. h  8:00 a.m. h  8;30 a.m. e  8:25 a.m. o  8:30 a.m, c  8i35 a.m, a  8;40 a.m. o  0:45 a.m. e  Hopkins Ldg.   Granthams Ldg.  Elphinstone  '.   -8:40 a.m. h&e  ..8:45 a.m. h&e  .8:50 a.m. h'&e  West Sechelt Elementary  Mason Rd & Highway , ,  Newtons ,        .  Elphlnttono   School  Selma   Loglon  Sechelt   Elementary      Ncwfens    Gamma Phi Defa          West Sechelt School  Sechelt   Elementary   SELMA PARK, ELPHINSTONE,  LANGDALE  Selma  Legion : 7:35 a.m. h  Lockyer Road  ...7:40 a.m. h .  Pine Road  _���__ 7:48 a.m. h  Elphinstone School _________-_._7:55 a.m. h  Port   Mellon   . 8:20 a.m. h&e  "S" Bends . -_.._.,.._ 8:25,a.m. h&e  Langdale ,  .....8:30 a.m. h&e  Soames Point..: 8:35 a.m. h&e  Elphinstone  8:40 a.m. h&e  Soames  Point   _, 8:50 a.m. e  Hopkins   Ldg 8:52 a.m. e  Langdale Terminal 8:55 a.m. e  Langdale   Elementary   9:00 a.m. o  DAVIS BAY, GOWER POINT  RD., GIBSONS  Davis Boy 7:45 a.m. h  Wilson  Creek .���....7:50a.m, h  Elphinstone  School   ....  ..8:05 a.m. h  Chaster Road 8:10 a.m, h&e  Ripper Road   8:15 a.m. h&e  Pratt Rd & Gower Point Rd 8:25 a.m. e  Elphinstone .8:35 a.m. h  Gibsons Elementary   8:40 a.m. e  PORPOISE B/\Y, ELPHINSTONE,  ROBERTS CREEK  Porpoise Bay ���'.  ,7:40 a.m. h&o  Forestry Station    ,. 7:55 a.m. h&e  Sechelt  Elementqry 8:00 a.m. e  Yates  .8:05 a.m. h  Elphinstone School ,. , 8:20 a.m. h  Crow* Road  ;  ,,8:35 a.m". c  Lockyer  Rood   0:45 a.m. o  Roberts Creek Dcmentary ..8:55 a.m. e  SECHELT, ROBERTS CREEK,  SECHELT ELEM.  Sechelt Elementory ..,.7:50 a.m. h  Bus   Depot 7:55 a.m. h  Elphinstone  School   ,      8:10a.m.h  Pine  Rood   ..8;12a.m.ei  English   ,   8jl4a.m.e  Peninsula Hotel ....  8:15a.m.e  Joe & Lower Road      8:20 a.m. <o  Metcalfe Road , .,.,..  8i23 a.m. a  Roberts Creek .     8:25 a.m. a  Wilson  Creek           8:30 a.m. e  Davis Bay 8;33 a.m. e  'Sechelt  Elementary  . 0:43 a.m. c  I  Sales fyf/i Service  PAINTS  Volkswagen's Name Alone  Spells Service!  SEE YOU AT  J  SECHELT VOLHSWAGO.  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  885-2812 885-9646  1556 Marine  -__S_-----!_%__^^  .V.__.W.'3��g^  gg-MwanJ  2SS  MK^ua  Mtymmmmmmammm  S__S_  <__s  B  Kx^miimd  BWWF.  3B  ' DHYGOODI*  CHILDREN AND INFANTS  WEAR  LADIES' SPORTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Elementary School ��� *  Highschools  Save Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  EIIBL08NG  SUpg��UB  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  PHiSUU DRIVE-IS.  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In fact the delicious mushrooms add so much that family and dinner Quests  alike will feel that the meat course Is really speciol.  i  No metier what cook book you pick up you will be sure to find qt least one, usually  several, recipes for moat loaves, some with sauce, some without, but seldom If ever Is  the suooestlon made that mushrooms bo served with tho loaf. After all sautood mushrooms are served with beef steak to add a aourmct touch so why not add Iho same  touch to a beef loaf.  '  I '      '���  MEAT LOAF WITH MUSHROOMS  I  1 % pounds minced beef or hamburQcr Tomato Souca  1 egg, beaten % cup tomato Juice  1 cup soft bread crumbs 3 tablespoons brown sugar  2 tablespoons minced onion 2 tablespoons vinegar  1 Yj, leaspoons salt 2 tablespoons prepared mustard  1/4 teaspoon pepper 3/4 cup water  % cup tomato Juice Salt ond pepper  1 puund mushrooms  EH BROS.  FurnisfiSngs and  ances  5  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -    Sechelt, B.C.  tomato |ulco, salt and  Bake  In 350"   F. oven  Mix meat with brood crumbs, minced onion, Ixjaten opg,  pepper. Shape firmly Into a loaf and place In a shallow pon,  alx>ut 1 % hours, When loaf Is partially cooked pour tomato sauce over top, Haste  occasionally with sauce. Servo on hot platter surrounded with wholo wuleod mushrooms.  Garnish with parsley,  To saute mushrooms1; M*'lt 2 tablespoons butter or l>ocon tal In large frying pon.  Add 1'pound wholo mushrooms,'sprinkle with salt and cook quickly until mushrooms  ore well coated with fat, Reduce heat and cook about 5 minutci moro���until mushrooms  ore tender and browned.  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  ..EATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  i      Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  Ileiene's  Fashion Shoppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  S_S3SE_SwSSSSSa5-S  ____ssssaessBS  gg��ag��gga  BgB��Wg_.  AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducts  work ond oil  tank in your home.  Coll   Bud  Kiewitz   your shell   Oil  Distributor.  886-2133 Gibsons, D.C.  BgBSBa��gB8aigas��  >>  I  *r  " * "        " "        *��� "'       "        *       * ��� ���      ���      !���',��       ��      *        f*,^".,*.*^.*,*^  ^,j0f,   ^H,   J0��,,rt0t-    >*,._�� ,*_*..*  Jf��,|^l^V,,W   4fim-1^,^��^0fll^H *  I^Aj'Mrr"^^^,^^^,,^,^-^^,^^,,,^,^^^^!^.^^^,^! (I*^^^."^^^,^.!*^.^^;*.^ f J I)Vfl^_t��*1lp .*..-*-.  ���lit-  '_/** a jiYY'Y"vY<",'i>w jw-yri*  iC>"��^^_.>7U^wrt^_.'*��w**iu*iwv^***A*H^*,. -  -    '���    -*"���    ���   "���. .>* ��� J.���.. _u_*..>!_____.  1 _-���Wv^y*^��fci^.���**iU^_*kv*%*M���^^.*U��_*.tf.-*#L���t'*��*e*^**4  Y"V"<'f   "   ~  ���>" V*_ ' <?"  ������     ,<*(.-<*.        It  $  I  3*  |s  &������  i  .V  ill  5.1  4,  5.  ^HOlIi  n  t V  pL and Mrs. fhor  $ turned borne  fence ol 4 (months.  went by ship $fcfa,  SO days in (the- "M  ^omtanenlal  tended tour as far south as Yugoslavia   .st' ^a^y's Hospital   ��n_ Italy, last moat- they ^Mfed ___. ^White'Back white t rsecuper^ng.  Chritfenson's -isfers and' brother�� an Got- Wra_ Denise and Beborab OlarK^  fetibor^ ,Sw��d-^a��d also toured IStaway a ^ee& with (their, brother-  Und iDemmarJc                   ,                  , 'Cindy in Vancouver. I*-  ")~ .������_,' '- -  'Wolilwetevisitors with _       LEAVING AREA                             ,     ^ k Mns. Evelyn Citark recently. Bcnyn. fr-ftfc'  v. At tthe tome of (Mis. F, Boss, Gibsons, Penticton ifor a" visit were Hits. <_at__s  "a-iumeheoa Ttrieefing of 'the Alter Guild oi. other -son-in-law and, <fa?_ifiifi  J��t. Baiitholomeivy's Anglican Church honor- Mr. and 'Mrs. Ken Taylor.  ed Mis. Kelly iwho with her husband 'Bev, Mss  Sandra' Corleit  S  S. Hfenry Kelly and younger daughter Anne Gibsons aifter being in hospital in itotyn &$?  _y_.ll be leaving Ito reside an En-gland. some tarns.                                              t_  ' Mrs. E. US. Morris presented >Mrs. Kely Mir.' Bob Emersoa and son Peter ��_v$  with a lovely blue fitted bag. The guesd; of down !for,a visit to itheir home lor a fear.  honor was also recipient of an exquisite days and have novv jreturned to continue-  corsage'of carnations in lemon yellow col- pommercial fishing in Hecatte" Strait" " <  our. Present were iMrs. L. T. La Fond, '   Visiting with Bill and Helen Weinhandl  hfe r&wm&d io*>we ft^^jgtout  |_T5 ________     -_*���______,      ��t��.__.a_   ��-_r    __    t___*W       ._. __7 -*  ]po$-Htatofy^, e&"  of the- alitor -wSefe  ��' ^adner 9&��* weekend --watte < .to   Afomtf a &&,* && ,&���� *����&�� -to  _��<��____��__..._!. .__.______, V.��J_ .,*_._._. -^����._��*T..<��__������<  r^!^irol:i^b^l?up(I^W)q"<ife _^ri%'__K^fiorfHe first time.  ifir*. vid&ai_ lf^*_s__Wte'siwasA     .   ...'..��_���>. ��� .'-.��'.^'.- ^ ���'  <' ��� ��� ���'���ff j r * x ^tet ,re, . x..(^.r a, ^ 4   v3__-eib uhjs. wynsaeriir neices umss _o- "�����__? >^<ir*_)^wauj_:_,__trj_Ba, jLHane- inaw-  Atftf'Sygi^n and _lis's J8oyleJen _i''_��_^ J*- JSlari^F^drkJb^and'Mi?? J_evfeabo,  Westmifils'ter for 'a few dais^Ias- waa_fc    No* 4'MendiD^'but sending g\S&i-vii^ie ma_j  maiiy  Mrs.  H.  W.   Maskell,   Mrs.  Kelly,  (Mrs.   "lor^iseveral days were the Jaiter's brotbei'    Wihile  ithere  Mrs.   Wynaert met* "jinother    ��^ei friends too numerous to list.  Gibson, Mrs. Morris and guests Mrs. K.    Wlm,. Arnold with his- wife and .two chUdreij.    neice. Miss Lee FTeppner team' Ass__Hoin,    '   Richard Niall of Roberts Creek' js pro-  X?.A,r.n   4-n_  ntir,oo    _vt   o���i,~_ji frnm   Simi    iTSo_iif nrnl o , ^       C.i.U4__��,._    _.,__ �����_���,_   3.J7- _:i._j.   i-.^ii ^*_'      ��-n���_:_- :_ *->_.   mif ._ n_._. ���_,   .   -     ��. ���  from Simi, California.  Larry TfiompsOn from Gold BiVer visi-,  ted relatives in Gibsons. ���  E'dye and Mrs. N. Schmidt.  I  At the home of Mrs. E.  F. Kenneltt,  President of ithe Anglican Church Women  of St. Bartholomew's Parish on Wednes- - Guest of Mrs.-1 J..-^Lyres was a Hong timd  day afternoon; August 21 Mrs. Kelly, who 'friend, iMrs. H, T. iPai) Gi-tfey.  has been a faithful Secretary of the AOW, Visiting A!f and Marie Oariie were the  was again honored when 30 ladies were former's brother Walter Clarke with his  present to express Iheir love, appreciation -waife Buidy and daughter Trudy who motor-  ind good wishes. (His. Kelly was presented ��& frim Beglna to spend a week on the  wath a gorgeous corsages of red rose buds, Sunshine Coast                                    *  Saskatchewan, who' paid her first visiit Ito'    greasing in St. flSlar/s Holsjntal in Vancou-  the Sunshine Coast when she accbtebanied    ver.  JW"^tH_,rT4.yHa_.jjBfa.  varx!LS.0S0i^=0itM.  ^^^a___^_i___fes^w^  a gift and a purse of money.  I Very pLeasaat^sQicial time Was enjoyed  at this delightfully arranged pa&y. The  beautifully -appointed tea taMe was centered with a charming arrangement of lovely"  snapdragons and presided over by Mrs.  H. Chaster.  _.  WEDDING  , A well known young former resident of  Gibsons, Denise Hicks was married recently in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to Ervin  John Unrau, second son of >Mr. and Mrs.  John Unrau of Williams Lake. Judith De-  mse is the eldest daughter of Mr. amdr Mrte.  Dennis Hicks formerly of Reid Road, Gibsons, now of Williams Lake. Denise's grand*-  mother, 'Mrs. Flora Hicks resides at Davis  Bay.  1 A dinner reception was held at the  home of lAfr. and Mrs. John Unrau, Williams Lake, on the evening of August 10  in honor of the newiyweds. Many beautiful  gifts were received from relatives and  close friends who gathered to congratulate  the young couple. The bride and groom  are making their home in the lake town.  Visitors^  Interesting visitors with Mr. Harry Juby,  Harvey Road, Granthams, are his sister,  Mrs. Alf Base with her son Mr. Frank  Rose from Melbourne, Australia. It was  49 years ago when Mr. Jiiiby last saw his  sister, at that time he was just out of the  army and his sister was a girl leaying for  Australia.  The visitors flew to England and then  to Canada, they are staying at Granthams  for 3 weeks before going on a trip to  Alaska aifter which they will return to  spend another week with Mr. Jxuby before  going home ''down under'*'0 "  ift b8ief , &  Mr- Levi Fitzgerald^'travelled to Prince  Rupert last week to attend the wedding on  August 23 cf his grandson Bill PciHe. Mr.  Fitzgerald went up Coast on the "Queen  of Prince Rupert."  Mr_. Rita Fitchett was accompanied by  Miss Edith Jack and 'Miss Mary Jack when  s'he went by plane to Montreal where they  spent a night before flying to Bermuda for  2 weeks All enjoyed the tap.  'Mr. and Mrs. Don Horseman were visitors to Whalley recently where they attended a wedding.  Visiting at the home of Mr. Alan P.  Nevis and his sister Mrs. K. Edye from  Dryden, Ontario where Mrs. Edye is secretary for the School Board and has charge  cf running films. Also guest at Nevins-  Morris home was a friend, Mrs. Nellie  Schmidt who ha's a la^ filorist establishment in iDryden,,Ontario.  ���' Wli'th Mr. and 'Mrs. Reg Cooper of Selima  Park, Mr. and Mrs.' H. D. Adamis of Beach  , me., IR-oiberts .Creek; spent a couple of  weeks recently visiting friends in Vancouver apd New Westminister. ���  Guests c!f Mr. and !Mrsi F. Ross Gibson  recently were (Miss- Gertrude Keating 'R.N.  and .MSss Marjorie'Betts both frotai Halifax  N.S. who visited'here for 'a week.'  1 (Mrs. Mariphe'Horsmah, after visiting at  Chemain-s i^ent, a month at ,Prin_e Su-  pert with her granddaughter. Mrs. Horis-  nian enjoyed the trip down the Coast ori  tops jctm r -       x .���   j,  . Have you Ward of the TOPS Club? \%  is a club which wa^starft^d bi the Unifteii  States/but h^s jrprea"d aH over the epntin-'"  ent, the wTs(ke Off Pounds Sensibly" Club  now has a local group, "The Sunshine  TOPS Club." Being overweight is not al  joke, it is'a serious business! These clubs  are operated in an efficient manner and  with -ueeess. If you are OjJ to 20 ibs. overweight and gat a note from doctor, you  cotild join the club which meets at the  Health Centre in Gibsons each Thursday  afternoon at 1:30 p.m. After the "weigh-  in" the ones who have lost weight are1  given fruit, and anyone 'gaining pays a fine  of lOq p~er lb. gain. For fiirfher information regarding this .club, phonef 886H2139. Already there are 11 members and more are  expected to join tbe ranks when school  starts and "mom" can get out without the  children.  HERE AND THERE  Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Singlehurst had  cousins from Chicago, Illinois, Mr. and  Mrs. Tony Fredricks visiting with them.  The guests like the Sunshiife Coast and  are considering making their home here  upon their retirements Also visiting was  Mrs. Smglehurstt's brother, William Murphy with his wife and family, wuib whom  Mrs. Singlehuflst went to Powell Biver to  visit a sister there, Mrs. Clarence Cole.  Recent visitors at the Singlehurst home  was another sister Mrs. Ant Procknau from  Savona.  Mr. Bab St Denis from Vancouver visi-  tedhis mother Mrs. Ivy St. Denis and his  ABSENTEE OWNSR^-^'VACATIONING RESIDENTS  GOVERNMENT LICENCED AND BONDED  o  Vf!?  _MffefS seiiitittf-dkeik .patrol of pomes from Longdate id Eot,~���dye.  " '   ;    Aifioajge your r^uiremenfs with us ,���  Service: will begin September tees  Office opens August 5th irt^he Benner Block, Sechelt B.C.  "WE, CARE ABO_# YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. office 885-9737/ Res. 8|3-2_|8 or write 9.O. Box 43, Sechelt, S.C.  Office hours; Mon|aj|Trhursday f I tt.rn.-4 p.m."  Friday ^30- Sa_yj|ilay 1 p,��_u-5 p.m.  GOOD PRIZES  $80  members must be  '     present  p ^;;p^ry:  v SECMELT    ..  ��� .������������������mmmnjuWH  __P  t^mK^^ama&w^m^^^m^^^^&a^^m^^^^^^MA  \  i  jj^tfegB^?  ^^W��l^^  mMzmm��  **"/"?e-  ��t^p, ras��  F��M TAC���E ��UT ��_l��Efi_S ������_ft$f-_- @S5-32I"&  ISICBAY      v  Telephone district plant supervisor  atldTi-ail School Board member.  CHARLES BALTZER  Tekphoneicombiltahonman and  Haney School Board Chairman  A.j.sitfirnr  "-' ,-      -   .    |  TelephoncdifrlctfQKwanandHaneyPar'ka  mid Sicriatibn Commissioner. --     "'   *���  \       *?. J___*5{? s -r��*,*fT'_ i;"  ��� V    ��t.,^ S*i*i la, i-rSi*,.  _T B        ____*���_ ��   i     . d_t_BJ____ll_.    _ .��� ���!�����������* ��a.     .  BOBERtWll_s6N  Telephone ���combiwlionman&nd  Cranbrook Alderman.  HIED FEENEY  Telephone district repairman  andCibsons Landing Major.  0. A. SMITH  B.C^tel District Managerand  Cranbrook School Board member.  I.OIS HA3LDEB .  Telephone central office maintenance  technician and Duncan Alderman.  ���\iiir\'��  They elected to become B.C. Telephone Company employees*  Tey&pte they serve elected them to civic office.  What arc B.C. Telephone people doing on civic  councils and school boards?  They arc being public servants.  And why?  Tlie reasons arc many. They live in lhe communities where ;they work. They raise their  families there, spend their earnings atid paj.  th<?ir taxes there. And they arc vitally coflceroed  tv|<h education and civic affairs.  They havps pride in their communities and they  show it by'contributing tin>c find effort .oward  Making these communities grow and prosper.  I   ,   .   . ���  Perhaps all df thijt springs frpm their desire to  be good neighbors, a desire spurred Ijj. their  role as lJ.Cj Tclcphone^mployces.   .,.  1 Tclcphonfe people are involvcit wirfi lhcif  comtnuftity because they serve all of it. The),  are keenly aware of the special obligation they  have, to give service beyond the normal call of  duty, an obligation which comes With being tho ,  only telephone compam) in town.  They are trained to meet this obligation on  ^the Jok And they are encouraged td apply fim  same dedication to their participation Ifl com*  munity activities. ��,  ttere are more than 7,200 B.C Tefephows  Com^iatiy employees in British Columbia,  living and workhtg in communities throiig^iout  ^province.  Seven of these people are pictured hare; tele-  g_iose mcit ded��_l to. civic office They twtm .  by choice���at w<_r& m yoar ttk��hom pecfls J  ' Hikzcm��mwdiy��syotit��w&m!z  jL_��iIL;,^IElU._-J -JL  Iitfm!^*fiw*yiifyti4toi^^       ^^^,^,*fa*tl*l0mwt*a*.^^ i,mi0**44**^f*t***��4***^^  ^.<-��J��",1t**fT*l^H''''1 ���*%   **  *���>,���*" rt )^V^-( **^( rt" 4Q*i0\ i^jfi[ l^"^ Y' /  s&_&  7? )j \   <H       ��    .      x? .    t!i   V    C -/''       Y    V_ ^   J       I   *'   "  /> V�� '*'* ' Y   J*  \ �� <? P , (1    IP     >'P> f Y /,   P> :< Yu i   J&? '<\    C "P  f>i    ..  Wednesday,  Sechelt-  Fisheries project  THE Bine JHorizonin;  - setting o�� ith��'tev��jn  family ga___Hnj|;4i_-inat_j:'it��B ,��_$?- < .vending, anniversax^ e��� J_r. ian_ M*&- 3&bn  Bayesot W___l_fedK__" SS-^jjoiU^S^s  Woody, Badger, Botiby, and-Gregory- ijrere  lhe hosts and r_spoq_f_ile iorvf__caj|ng.4_i5  d���_gh__i evenisp _<_i^l_te'wi^''i.nm^Br-  sary ca3_> ifo* t_.eir haippy ipategjfc^ Z>:y.[}  Mr. and Mrs.1 '.Hayes plan op,_$eojjLufe a  Jew d_ys -i-ii-nd John's sister in">'Weaner-  ton, 'Washington!-] \ P'pP *\  (Mr. and: Mifsj iLeo Nesbraan of Selana  Part have had _s iheir house.guests Mr  and Mrs. Eugene Blomgren from Omnher-  land, Vancouver Island. iMr. _fio_igrep,wi]l  be teaching tins year. 4/  ILL \ ' <  Mr. and Mrs.] Hank Sta��_Men an&JMT.  -WlMe Takahashii left this  week-end 'for  Kaanloops to attend the Kinsmen'- National  Ctonvenition.        ��� I     *        :   CLEARij^g j^e debris clogged chan- backwater. Designed by Mr. Murray , vating of Gibsons with the assistance"  Mr. and ^ fwcy Sands;andjfeugMer ���Jlja^jtetoreea��� Buby-aiid   &_fcinaw Galbraith of _ae Federal' Fisheries; of Len Swanson's fcackfaoe,  Gerry  SSafa^TMr��d 5�� c__   Lafces is a -Federal .Fisheries Dept. Dept: the project is beingTfxecuted Vande Meeberg, Al Wyatt and Norm  w^nrad a_ gueste �� Mr..ana ___*. oec    _.^ ^d walMiopefully encour- by R. Johnson Trucking, arid-Exca-, Wolansky.  Visitors to the home of Mr. and Mrs.    age trout to spawn in tfae secluded ' .      t[       ;-..    :  George iBettsj Wilson Creek were Mr. and,   _T_ -~ "!_���__ ���"���'"���_ .~:i��^"^KLisJis.____--_.'>*__=_..t�����*,  Mrs. 'Will Wiliains <rf Vancouver.    ���  Mr. and"Mrs. Stephenson of Selma Park  have had a ���busy month with visitors from'  the PaMes (Mr. and Mrs. Bobh Stephenson  and .daugrlett Julie were here from Swift ���  .4-urraut, .Saiskatehenvan-'Froin Hbiose Jaw,  they had as visitors Ralph's brother and  his wife Mr.' and fl__rs. Garry Stepiienson  and two children. Has sister and husband,  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wright and theirJtwo"  boys, were also there.  George and Mabel Wagman had as their  guests -Mr. and Mrs. John Sett, of New  Westminister.  Mark Wagman,1 son of Kay and Albert  Wagman of Selma Park and a Mend from  North Delta visited his Uncle and. Aunt,  Mr. and Mrs. George Wigman this-week.  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunne of Vancouver  and their three sons and a nephew were  guests of Mrs. Dunne's .parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Ted Osborne of Porpoise Bay. The  boys enjoyed several fishing trips op 4he  Inlet while here, and RaJph and .Duffy renewed old friendships.  A new abode-has been erected on Sea'  view Lane at the home  and there is great  wonder because this  "^Cookie,"   the to_a____l  Appaloosa recently acquired  can be found every spare  love and aittoition on her pet.  Mr. and Mrs. J����f Dalanan of lake  Cowichan spent a tew days visitang with  her sister and husband 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Fisher.  Mr. and IMrs. N. 'Lofthouse and family  are ho_daying in a ibeach cotog^in We&t  jSechelt and are thrived with the wonderful dashing that completes eyery ^yacalSon.  Mr. and Mrs. Don Skelton and four  small children have made their home in  West Sechelt cooling here  from  Pender  - L  *-rfb��a_2J  Wm AVABAKf  W1���IERSM_6E  Le. eas service and store  your Cfii-board^iiotors  and ���ha_n Saws  /��  All repairs and service is <arri  icd  ___"_^i_-,-'^*��rf^^^5S��-^^3^J   ����r by skilled mechanics  SPECIAL ���  ,   h  Reduced Prices on ME^ BOMS  DROP fH Af-D CHECK eiliS STTOCEC.  Harbour] where Mr. Skelton as the school     * ^w.U   'fffi^J^&B^^T  .^tf^ \ Sfc^^tk^       P   P  Mr.  ^nd  Mrs.  Allen Wood enfcyed a **/'.*.'  few days in Williams fi^'-yi^^^x-v^. [ -    *�����  former Sechelt resident*Mr. and'_Itb. P: ��� -���'j'jfc,  DeLeenheer. '    . \^'   ���*&.   /Y;J  iMr.  and   Mrs.   George  Sim  ����  iNorth \>Jf *"r��fc*'J'  rM��rvjii_*r _i_m_�� r_inv>1.'i__3_.  a _/._.<> ;n iTi__ #. . <f*   ..j.1*".   -*___!______ _  *��*  f   6  L/l  - .,-^"  S>,< ^3  _-___��,    *    "     '"JITrfK     .        _*"*i  Jit" ^'TV'**^ ^'  Almost complete  f'LEA.RED channel between Ruby  and Sakinaw Lakes is almost completed and picture bhow.s e\en bed  of smooth spawmna gra\el with rip  up lining the edges. Logs are embedded in the gra\_l at inter.al. to  -top it being washed awa>. It is hoped that trout will spavin in the channel helping restock the lakes  flpjn leav ng PT . mi...iiu) Tain-  1> }turs J��0 1 \.a�� t-��ld I _a nt a- s-nar*  as  nj fatner Twdaj I m told 1 m not  a-, "nart as m> Ulu age boj     . . Wntre  cLd we go wTon,?'  GO��D SELECT!<?f- OF NEW  AMO> USE�� OUTEOAHOS  fiOW AVAILABLE!  New Service Coming Soon  SHAESPE.W-. SEKUICE FOU  CHASM SAWS _, CI-SC-JLA^ SAWS  YOUR  SECHELT, B.C.  885-9626  /,i_-_*s*_  *���"  s   -  Vancouver have purchalsed a home in West  Sechelt where they will be perananentiy  living after retirement. I  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher have moved  to Vananda where Joe is employed iij the Contractor  h0ltf SSSIli��� *~n    * i a _..��� WORKING on the trout spawning   which bfecame surplus equipment for  bert SSSdfa _SfvS SSJ7LTS   channel  at Ruby Lake,  ccJitWctor   aU the Jock washing was "obligingly  to iXStZem S��^   % ��    ' R^y Johnson and Norm Wolansky of   done by fee weattu*, especially when  Mr. and Mrs. D. Ti. Bariay of Davis Gibsons ruefully inspect the pump this picture was taken.  Bay have their son David and daughter-  in-law Ada and two grandsons, David and  Bruce visiting from Kitirnat. Teh year old  Bruce wais a proud young iman on Sunday  morning when he brought home a ten'  pound salmon which he caught in Daivis  Bay.  Y  The Leo Johnson have had a visit from  Mr. and Mrs. Neil Gustafson and family  of Lund. Their daughter Caralee, Spent  the weekend at home.  The Ben Langs spent a few days in town  visiting relatives.   r  Mrs. Norman Cook of Vancouver visited the Sam Dawes last week and noted  many changes in Secbc_t.  Mr. I and Mrs. Jack Whaites. are .enjoy,  ing a visit from Mrs. Whadte's sister Miss  Marjorie MeJlish and friend Mrs. Norma  Watt.  Now the holidays are over there will be  time to do more reading, don't forget the  Sechelt library, jp you want utfortnla-  Uon about gardening there are several  good books on tbe shelves.  Surprise visitors to (the home of Mrs.  Ed. Green, Selma Park were Mrs. IDoll  Birch and her son Leonard who was accompanied (by Wis wife and children, Mrs.  Birch is sister-in-law to Mrs. Green. Ihe  vitjitpns were from Ventura, California.  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