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 11   ^Y^A^^-.^^**^  \ 4,   ^ 1/       ~ ~ I 4 4. I  !��*��(w��*)*��WW*^l!^^tM^��^ tbdieq./^Mti. s$T^a^i��p^vsK>4>^^ ���0*fifrtntilsv?i,'t0<w'#.v*iir^^_*^'!w-_^Vwwjfc^^ s^n,vV*-%^<^^.^?'Yt^��'"*# Vfe��fe-. tewWJ>W_*i**xr,0h*-*,,*'***-1^l  AP\ * ' . ^    %    ,   ��� * :>. .* ,* ;1;��>-W  '*,, I  SijTOJfejoe Gogsf .ft . _  -nr  Coiap@nY .^^^s,y.ti��e .assiifes  hovercraft: by December '68  i i ����� _ 'in f '    '  _��r M __*."   Lv'.t    ���* __v_._-5-r71- l  ��est Cawtiian Graphic Industries ******  ]��0_rv__&~ _%$_a^  Service,*  .f* 1 . fv'f*  r?.;i  ".ll  k4  r  ?>  *   _  WHBUE certain: red tape arid hoM-% w____ from the 4i$p_rL .Aid in .answer'to. 3 ��ues-v -jfr'"9-- ��?*(  pubHc-n-__ti.es/have delayed' esUbltsb- 'fto��; jawut me *We'4 'Vda location/said wiisftp Qee_; -  ment jDff,tov6rfersaft l��e;pvfre tietoweeai firw- " buspes ate' givfcii piioriiy pn,. the1 lions  el Elver and.West V_u_^vfl_ ,.*___��� stops 'Xiaifrl&M$e.\\ Vie went''fUtther\\aod said  at,Texada Island a_d'G^ons/Vi<wp^P!resl- ; p^tja.ly<.fc�� ��om$_w^bop^ !<��/,$.* dotilj-  dent'od! .he company, J.f<?. Laing jStabefc ''ing "Lfo_jj_la!es 'iiear downtp^b'^ancoiiiver.  the s-rvide willjbe in'o^erM-Qn by De- *lXhe praseAt 5 knot s>eM -bnitji-t^lie  camber.     ? " j-t* * 1     '   <t.lT      Sfia��jM>r prelude hovksctatt .tkotn'malo^  Speaking ait'a recent meeting in Pow-   *J��^ - landing.' f "n  ell River, Mr. Laing,'' aocorapanied by a        To get over tiiis five knot spewed in hai>  conipany dir__tor,E. E. Kfamei\ reported   bot Laing said new legis-ition would be  ing the past thx-e  'inevitable. Such law. exist'in the T}.%l'be  \ -  i  ^P-  f   V.  on progress made _uring  monithsj  Laing said, in regard to press reports  that they had been'refused West Vancouver landing -facilities, that this reifuial applied only to ithe bus depot site because of  threatened tralli- 'tie-ups. Now, hie said,  there is promise 'of ttvo Handing sites in  West Van the exact location he was not  at liberty to divulge. Be assured, he w_d  those assembled, that West Van council  wants the Hovereratft. However, West Van  Council Is on holiday until September' %  but -whlen they return, he said, Ideation of  the landing site will be made public.  We have cut through a lot of red tape,  he said, butt I can assure you that you  will have a hovercraft service by December. He said that .the federal government is requiring that B.C. Hovercraft  apply to theta for a licence to operate; and  must conform to the exacting standards of  the department of transport.  However, Laing said that BC Hovercraft lawyer contends that DoT Hicence is  not requii^d? and that put_ic utilities com-  mfesiohYl^nce; would isu__ce. This 'jpro-  posal is ciaren_y 'bein��?ar!gued; with-CMita-  wa.     '���'.'���     vy**"-- **->' *-'-JV-,;--.' * ������  YjJSu^^aylkxnce, beintimated, woiildre*  quireYstrongi--snpfaii&-mim the commttnity.  Laing said he had isupport from practically  every in^ivir company on the coast incliid-  ing iMaoMillan Bloedel, Texada Mines and  '_____wn''f-!re^';'fWdttclts.     ���  MP's'VISIT."  Laing said that among those who have  ''������pointed ��i}t.'Hwer��raft 'do not make a  wash -qr create waves that - nece'ssitated  those Ifive knof speed limits. Once we convince the authorities, he skid, well be  able 'id go right into the harbor.  SAFETY  Laing agreed with a questioner that at  slow speed hoverlcraft have gone over  swimmers without injuring them. He said  that three million passengers 'have been  carried j by hovercraft, including servicemen in'Viet Nam, without mishap.  FINANCES  Laing '(old t^ie meeting that in the initial  stages it was proposed to rent rather  than buy a hovercraft Because, he said,  next year's designs may cut in haM freight  and passenger rates. Purchase of a craft  coating nearly a million dollars, that could  be obsolete next year was not a' $ound  financial investment, he said.  On company shares Laing said the  company was a private venture and  shares could not be punchased'by the general public. But, ?he said, if a friend or  relative-wanted to buy'a thousand -hares  at present price of a dollar each then that  person would have the option, -when company becomes public, of buying an lequal  number of shares (within 90 days) at the  same" price. And he added, underwriters  ���are wiMing to underwrite Mure shares at  between three and five dollars.  of big-time columnist  ," Authorized{*-��_--, v *,�� -  [�� moil by��� m fW&QP&t' <  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, W6HTV  Volume 5. Mo. 40  lX-4-  "\  W*      -_-        -  :_**\_  :-?*��: ,__. -^*  ��Srt>     liiiwii.Ain    in ��� ��� it-*!   ���       ���  ������������ ill*.     ,      ���  ***l',' ,  . **_ -  Well done  Senior ciiizen's homes  opening date sckduled  __*EJNING-_f'the' senior. citizens' homes  : in Sechelt is planned for''the end of  October'.' with  tenancy  agf.____a.ts 4^om-  Not only di^i Charlie Foster catch the  largest salmon but he pretty nearly  b^oke the world sprint recor-a-when  he dashed up Sfemia Be_tch 16 feeat  77.7'' t '    .'���   \'L-' >���������    ��� '   ������  lepenee pays of . . .  the annual Salmon Derby deadline  and win the trophy presented by Jim  Edwards (right).  t&  inspscted his company in their West Vahr    Sufaject Oi AOW OBC Series    menciog November l_st.  WA  p  J^ 1  ~   Jt  \  V4  >1  couver office fwa�� Paul;St.,-'_PiKnre aaiP'fo-r  Ck)ast.;.Ghac<^in. ^^/jwa_"'_a^i_ielofl_oe ten  _a__^'a^*^���"^il_^'<s3_i^"'ib-' __*ent three  .boiips imthliis." He quoted file MP as being  s'tron^y in favor of iKM/eriraft.  .Hoyercrafit i_presenta_ve also mentioned a ca_<not named) from a provincial  government .member.who was.tapo in fa-  ���vor' :of hc^ei__:aft. :WiM^'^.'^:'SLjM^sym-'  ily said Laing is -hp BlC governmehif & financial interest an its own ferry. systean.  FERRY SYSTEM  ���Most jprtesent agreed when Laing said  the present M^ry syfstem was inadequate to  current Tdemahds. Laing quoted a BC gov-  eramient financial report as saying that  development <tf 4hp Sunshine Coasl^ re^on  is handicapped because of inadequate tran-  -sportation.  Laing  said  hovencralfit   wall  eliminate  limousine iservilce like   those   ntecessary  TPE CSC .anhouncedYjflaiJs to produce a  new half-hour, color drama series to be  vs^en in the 19^70 sfeason.'  . It will be called ____'. ACaJK)NBEB and  a star a Canadian actor, yet to ibe chosen,  ���to pl^y the role of an editor of ah "action-  _ih-'';4ype of 4.blum-vthat appears daily  in. a large, metropolitan newspajier, not onr  . ly to ichtonicle' injustice' lairge,and smal  to Which ordinary people are-subjected,  bjit to do Isomething about it.  ,  The fiieries Was created by TJoronto  writer, George Salverson and is being developed by the CBS's Ronald Weyman,  whipse^outstanding., successes, in Canadian  television drama series include WO��JUCiK  _uid .4QiaBm!IBN-;___3_ifG_iBN_| '  Weyman'says he w_l likely begin shooting the series io October^ with plans to  produce 10 episodes this year to be shown  next felL  af>  X  7 ^  p%)^  *  < *  i1, 'f,  Don't (forget that you can help' in. this  good work of providing homes for our  senior citizens by buying a ra_Ste 'tk&ei on  the fine assortment of prizes displayed1 in  the window of the TaseHa shop, Se&EeU.  TSclcets are available at" 4_e .Tasella  Shop and many other Sechelt -tores; ��rom  Mr, Eric ET Rosen in Roberts Creels, foom  Sirs. Irene Green or Mrs. Teiay Thompson in ^Gibsons; in Halfrnoon -Say from  the Post Office and in (Pender. Harbour  from Mrs. %. P. Spicher, MrYMaynard  Dubois and;. Mrs. Mary Hart;  Prizes include two Eskimo 'soapstone  carvings, a,;hand-knitted bedspread, a 400  day dock and other attractive articles.  Drawing date wil be after September  15th, but watch this column for deEnitfe  date. - .  Trout spawning charmel  :ial ex,   MMmBm Foster wms tropiay  ^ old gno and rusty hook  BEAdHMG his boat just seconds before  #he\ Selma Beach Salmon Derby deadline, Charlie Foster-dashed ii|>" to' the  wei^i-in station to-become. 1SS8 winner of  the-;'._r6phy---.He.--,.wa$^^^ ..  runner up Bert Blade, _3u_J^;, '-J:fij_t' Protesting cohoe to the;''sc.a_&s-;;7'!; Li'yY '  The apnual deriby gives b_ta<:h Residents  Ms of fim and' Mr. .Foster's: name. w_l ..  be fourth on the perpetual trophy donated  in 19S5 by Mr. Jim Edwards. The biggest  fish was a modest 8 lbs. Z -oz. cohoe but  considering it *was caught on leader 2  years' old, a rusty hook and a flasher  which has never been polished in all its 6  yeairs, it just shows what em old-timer of  ��^ears past, *an do.  ''Whale eager fishenmen'^ere planning  compared with previous years. Last year  34 salmon, were caught, the largest being  Mrs. 'Dorothy Richardson's 8-4 cohoe.  Other prize, winners were: hidden time,  Mr. JPyM;. hidden weigh. Bil Sladey.T^ho  ��aught the -biggest feh in 1966; most fish  (3), J|m Eanblpy who caught the biggest  fish in V3S5, an 18-3 cohoe; hidden number, Dorothy Hubbs; mystery prize, 221-  aihe !3___ten; draw prizes, -psie Foster,  Alec Hunter, Eddie Gower, Mildred Grafton and Rob Benner.  1 Popular riding club  draws big membership  RA_N and mud are no deterrents to enthus-  ' iakie riders ,of ifoe Timber Trail Riding  Club'who .turn out op'Sundays to practice  in th^ club grounds behind Sunnycrest Flajza  in Gibsons. i *  Formed just seven months ago ithe club t  ���now has 45 members and the junior riders  in particular are to be commended for  'their enthusiasm. Most <?f them rode from  Roberts Creek in the pouring ram on Sunday 25,th August to participate in the club's  Play^ay but their fortitude was rewarded  when they proudly took their ribbons home  Next open gymkhana will be held at  the club grounds on Sunday, September 29  starting at 10 a.m. and offers a day of  outdoor entertainment for young and old.  expansion  likely one mill only  SPEAKING on the proposed hospital expansion program at last meeting of the  Regional Hospital District, Chainman  Frank West told directors construction  costs are estimated at $656,000. Local participation in 'ibis ' figure Tshouldradd no  more than two mill aaid probably only one  mill. '���-'���-.���   Y  Proposed1 expansion will double the pre-  ssnt hospital size with' _n; additional 35  beds of which 22 wall be ifor continuous  care and 43 for acute care.  West explained that the provincial government will -under^te/lhe boiids "the  Regional Hospital Finance' Society actually sells the bonds," he.^ddied,  The Board approved a suggestion by  the Chairman _hat'_-rector Harvey -lubbs  _be. chairman of tbe Advisory Committee to  ~:tbfe~Jlospital /Board. It was. also, ^suggested  by Wist that the committee comjprise a  total of three, a Board, member, a member of the medical clinic and a Hospital  Board: mieimber.  Regarding appointment of a Board me-  .mber 'to the. Hosg?itai; Roard, WesiLexipre��  sed the view that the Board is ab*ady  ��� well,, -represented. This.... 'iB^ta3s^.:Mi;^0ean,:  himself and Directors A. Rutherford ah_  H. Hubbsl     ���; ���������; ;:���;' ; ; Y'LL'L  Director Adele de l_aoge said she felt  a member should be nominated otherwise  the, Board might be setting a precedent.  It was agreed to table the matter till January.  Costly practice  COMPLETED last week, the four hundred  - fdotiiong trout spawning channel < joining  SaMnaw and Ruby Lakes was designed  by YMr. Murray Galbraith, engineer for  Fish, and. Game Branch-of Department of  Recreation and Conservation.  Last week a picture feature in this  paper wrongly assumed that the project  was.'being executed by the Federal Fisheries Dept,    ' / 'f'i- ���  . Fish and Games biologist',! Mr. Ernie  Stenton and local. Game, Warden, Wm.  'Mason hope that the smooth pebbled channel will encourage trout to'spawn in the  area and naturally replenish -Me lakes. Department of Conservation will be'watching  the experimental project with interest.  ���   *y ���ri.��_*-*��f_u.��i_A--����a-irtJii-i*i��-  ��� ,�� 4'"f ��� ��� -  s-w<!%-v;***j��^��fe5k'.*��-v  feeding until 3 pjm. when the derby-end-  edYand so it was ithat the still struggling  larger fish barely made the deadline.  Largest of the 23 cohoe caught be-  - sides the winner, werej Bert Hade's 7.2; ���  Bill Slade'. 6-9; R, B. Mdnnis 5-?; Stewart Pylot's 5-fi and Jack Richardson'? 4-4.  Organized this year by _fr. and Mrs.  K. Buomley and Mr. Grafton, the tolling  of a bell signalled the eommeAcement of  the derby at 4:30 a.m. and Mrs. Marg  Duval caught the first fish.  At 3 p.m. fishermen gathered on the  Bromley's green lawn for prize presentation and refreshments and ai, th* moored  boats bpbbed oh tbe tide, tales were  swapped of the day's ���fishing and how it  em  Set target date ...  Elusive whale  Squealing, snoiling and cavorting off  Porpoise Bay wharf on Monday afternoon just frqurs after his escape,  Skookum Cecil boldly defied anyone  Whale escapes  to lure hirri back/into cativity but he  also seemed to demand human attention.  OO  ree  despite exhaustive chase  i1     I '  ,  SKiOOKOM Cecil returned to Porpoise Bay  last Wednesday, August 2&lh, only to  tfvwiart all attempts by the V-ncouvcr A-  quarhun i staff to attain hia recajpturc.  j The four ion killer whale escaped from  his pen In Pender  Harbour on  Monday,  Then, at 12:30, ,a dorsal fin was spotted slicing through the' water off Nine Mile  Point at, the' entrance to Salmon Arm. Jt  was Skookum Cecil! ,,4Thar she Mow-l"  wa- the cry and the chase was on!  The killer Whale was pursued into Til-  ytyugmsi 26th, and was'first sighted, In Por- licum Bay where he appeared to remnadn  potec Bay later that",fi��m<.  day, \   y silaltlonary  ,  .  , pcrbaps waiting.  It wals  .Preparations   for ithe   dramatic  whale hoped that he might'be responding to .the  hitpit  btiga^  on .Tuesday ; evening,'wh��n Whale sounds beiog .cmWed through  .he  Dr.YPaul Spong nnd his, ,_tall, hired Har- watpr from the boat. But a�� the boat  old Aune'/a "9triI)per,, 'for;' ttij��� ��jba__.'���   "' ,,'drevf; closer, '"CocU"    dlaappeared    onco  'The ei'���bt_eih C6ot boat waa'loaded with ���.bilone only', to L.bc  4g^(Cd,. blowing,   otK  1 i   ),,  an   array   of  electronic   equipment   with  which lit was ho^cid to lure- "Cecil" Into  thc safe confine* of Porpoise (Bay where  ' ho fcouldjbci enclrclpd in a, net.1 y  Thc expedition Ml dive Porpoise Bay  whiirf Ju��t before dawn Wednesday mom-1.  Ing witili Stripper ��� looking like a floating .st'qdio wllh JW mace 'of wiren and as.  &ortmer-t of ampJifiers andYtape recorders ,��� being lowed at-jtbe cpd pf a one  hundred foot lino by the Egmojjt,-based  glll-fldter "Poacher", operated, by Gorilor'  Gaugh and pan Scoular. y  ,,,$��� was hoped "that by pJayir^ wha)t  vcfaHttatlon tapes ,and   mi<i<��,' Ih* - liugft,  ���foiur Mil- Point.  PROGRESS on tlie Sunshine Coast Golf  and Country Club counse is-proceeding  satisfactorily and at the tost executive  meeting it was announced the .first five  fairways, grassed last ��� fall, are shaping  up very well.  Wiorlk crews are actively ��� working on  seeding of the remaining four fairways  'and a target date for first,play has heen  set at April 1st, 3069. Publicity chairman ���  Jleg Thomas said this week "we are more  than i pleiised with the way things are progressing. Due to the fire wea��on most work  had to be suspended during the summer  months, however, things are on the move  again."  Mr. Thomas explained that so far the  club has developed the course without having to | get into debt and providing those,  who have paid only partial membership  complete their dues there is no reason  why any borrowing ushould be neevssary.  On the other side of the coin, many  outside residents have paid'their (membership feeds without hesitation, and have  from members. Prizes will include one  membership, now valued at $400, plus  golf club stts, etc. ���  ���������',' Members1 are asked to return book  ���stubs and funds in to directors when sold  and arc reminded that extra books are  still available.  Season's first meeting  Gibsons Guiding group  GfflBSWS Ladles Auxiliary to Rangers,  'Guides and Brownies will hold the first  meeting of the season at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, September ]0th at the home of Mrs,  Hazel Wright, Abbs Boad, Gibsons,  Anyone 'interested is invited 1o attend.  WSMJE the Regiptaal Board's', garbage  dump at PcapoiBe Bay is open to anyone in 'She area to dump, many people are  not taking the trouble to deposit their refuse on Ithe actual dump. Result is from  time io [time the Board is fa$$d with the  additional expense of I-hiring equipment in  order (tolclean up.  . This was, in effect, the answer given  Director Fred Feeney of Gibsons ��� who at  last meeting of t^e Board asked, why 'the  Sechelt dump was costing so (much, derk  Charles Gooding also explained that while  a sign had been erected indiicalting dumping area, it has been���:,remoyed,ra new one  has been ordered aiid wul be erected  shortly.,  ��� The Board has also overspent on the  Pender Harbour garbage dump, this was  noted in the report of the clerk who (stated the completed lease has been received,  >nd it is apparent more work will be  needed to imprdve it further.  Regarding complaints by two residents  about the Pender Dump, in the Garden  Bay ��� area, the Sanitary Inspector has investigated the situation and reports there  is no cause for coroceita.  , Reporting on the last meeting of'the  Union Board of Health, Director Adele  de Lange said there are some indications  a change might be brought about in the  present arrangement Involving the sanitary  inspector. New arrangement under consideration k for J. Gallant' to cover the Powell River area down to 'Sechelt and "district, while the; inspector operating in Squa-  '���mish would'take in the (Jibsons to Wilson  Ore&catca* /this should result In rather  more frequent attention to local problems.  RECREATION FOLDS  What wo|ild appear to bc a withdrawal  from' recreation came from a recommendation by  Director Cliff  Gilker that the  Regional Recreation Committee go Into re-  1 Wrement until its  services  are required.  Board unanimously approved* a "motion to  ���that efiEect    ��� -    , -, - -  MINISTER PLEASED  Reporting on a three day visit to Victoria in company with Mr. .Gooding, Chairman F. West said $_ t agreeable meeting  bad1 been held with municipal Affairs Minister Dan Campbell, who had agreed the  municipal act was designed specifically for  municipalities and that changes are needed.  The minister has also agreed to meet,  at a special meeting, with the  Regional.  Board Dec. 6th and will be accompamed  by MLA Isabel Dawson. Y    I  AIRPORT  Director A. Rutherford reported he, bad  attempted to arrange a meeting with the  Airport Committee and had been Wld by  the representative Kor Sechelt council, Morgan Thompson, that he would have no time  to arrange such a meeting before September 11. While the Director had expected a  meeting to be called rather more promptly, Thompson had made clear the fact  that Sept. 11 would ibe tbe .earliest convenient date.  WATER POLLUTION  Scott Bay Waterworks wrote pointing  out that as long time users of Hotel Lake,  Garden Bay, as >a pourc* of water supply,  the company is concerned at possible pollution due to increasing homes around the  Hake together with' a motel on the lake  shore.  The clerk explained he has already  turned. the matter over to the sanitary  inspector Who in turn h^d reported he is  satisfied contamination will not take place.  However, he apparently was ������ unaware of  the existance of a motel and would therefore chpek further. If' necessary, fluoridation, would 'be installed in the Water sys-  ,���tem. "  Skoolcum 6ecii,'wa��, now In Porpotsq Pay    expressed the view that estnttiahment of  il the f'Susan IV', owned by Mr.  and    lhe golf  and  Mrs. IS. J.1 Wlto-ama'' of I&gimont,  stopped  off Pour 'Mile Point and agreed to take,  some of the people from Sitrtipper, leaving  .the ..small, Jboat^vvMh m 'few  as  pa&slMe  ti) 'continue pwrMt; t<i"itbe elusive ,whale;;  Again and again .he'boat waa' able1 to;  ,draw near to Cecil and it almost oeemed  1hat Uic cha.8'0 might be over, But tho ,blg  wlhale had other ideas. The Bcatle music,  |n addition to,-hO wljale 'ebund^,  seemed  to have M_tl�� effect  and' before   a   boat  Avith a netcinjild bp organizwi at thc whaff,  ,    a*sa. *���***?& in-v**    i, cuty'Vicr. .   ja***\��.        Jill'  ."������,       �����-#-'_   <"  pf^bMy'.      '��#^*-.   ih,,!''"* "v��'ww( "f  "* ������F.-*_.-^��   #_���.   F��'��-v*    wwf'w^mf  - ���. mamihal could bf> liired <_<.()b(< cooMRh t��    he lurnpd and beaded oiit.of'Porpo'i��o Bay  lhe boat for Dr',* SpoHfr to be able to pAJ;';^ce again, fruitrMih��'.bl8, purmcra.  and roax Wm to fol'.nv the soiind�� bach  Into Porpoise Bay,  '���'Hydrophone- itran*mllt.d Ui�� pounds into the wat��T 0uU morninB, but the search  proved to be fmit. ess ^rd at noon the gill-  netter had to return to tCgmttnt. Those n-,  board Poadicr were transferred.. to t|M5  Mivailer boat which waa lyinporarlly a-  bandonlng the' kcar<-h to return to Por-  {k>1���� ��Uy,  /  , Tlio Wiaise 'wws ��� cttntinued ���'*_ .far ����  fiiitnion Anm, |lu'n was finally given up,  Cecil, the name meaning "blind", bad  gO'titen away again I " ���  Hope now ai>i>earis to Iw fading for the  eventual recapture of tho kiikr whale.  Skookum Cecil, or "Irving" na ran captors  called him, Bcwnit to mjoy hfa f^wdom  and b* 1* d��fculling all *ltcmpt!s to'prpvc  c/thtTWlsc.  courise will prove a tremendous-  awsct to the entire area, '���>  Work on the cluh house, power sys-  lem, sewage abd drainage is k'ludulcd  on progresabflc ��t��ge_i during the cixmlng  winter inonthi. Foundation- have already  heen poured for the dub house anil plans  call for a similar type building tor ihe  Pro'* shop. An opportune tnomi'iil Is a-  waltcd in order to move in m home from  Port Mellon which will be wtillxed ���� caro-  taker's quarterfl.  Irrigation eiystem wau compUjwl varif  ler thin year and hm worked MccUvdx  during the tiurmmer,  Next 'genural anmial mecUng I. flchcd'-  tul^d for September 30th in lliv Jtobcrto  Creek Hall; In the meantime, a <,-c��rn>mi1te��  Jh revising by-Daws In order to aonmiimc-  daito a working chit��. Further inf irmatloo  on this will bi> mailed to jnemlKTs,  A�� oi�� addHitmal fund raising project*  a draw will be 8m -d ��t the grand oix-ntea  of the  Activity has been feverish around  Gibsons Elementary school removing  Uic fiHir portable classrooms  and    tr    erecting the new permanent stmc-  courac. and'flicidis ar* availably,.. tutau Tccton Structures Ltd/ prefab-  '  New -truciuro  ricatcd elgliteen units 52xJ0 (eet,  caused conBideraWe intercut wfecn  they were unloaded from the ferry at  I^angdalc. \AinR corridor down tA.e  middle wiE lead into two ojicn teach-  P '    \  Ing areas and library; green wMe  carpeting will cover floor and pumpkin colored table tops will make pleasant contrast.  I)  *��� ni"' *��i^.��i**K'..'**i*t-*it*i'l'Si.***'*i'��>,*'(.^fl��*��*-|ift^*fl^;#_^*^*����^W^^**?^  Mwff***".  ��**^��*��^W**^t1^ t   I?  t ..������*������   Y    ,     ^    '<> .�����   ,   <\  Y   ,    P ,-. .*'*/.' , .   .'     Y      ���   ���- ,-    '   . '��� '        *_.,      .    ft "-,*-    ��    t   -���'       -    . ��    "'   '  .   .   _  ,/t!*--^.-'  yi __ i,   ?. �� >< ,  I  1       T  JBrtfta^ ^Tfefef^lrigjiToltriief  Y .     .*/'M\.Sj  ���***>��<���..  .The"'   "   "* ���'--������- *  '   (Gross Creulaftea 2066 ~-tf. ' l &hH*4 _teT.tnfci efface atSe- ..  -    PaidCirculotion 1007     '^ ,'Y_fc-tt ** lihone. $854654. >   ,*'     j  ���  . ISubject tc^Audit) . ',-  ClassjKe- A4vettS$ii��g ft-tett  3-Lfne Ad-Briefe (15 wprds)  One insertion YY,    . ' S9c  fbree  lnse'rtii_.s i       .._.,���._ . _;_$1.00  -ktro lines. *S Vvohferi, ilpc'  (This jSateMoes hotlopply to'  commeJidot Ad-Briefs.)  .  ' Box Number. _:,,,,.,,, r 10c extra  25c Book-keeptoa choree >s added '  /      " for Ad-Briefs not paid by  pijblicotron dote.  i Legal or Reader advertising 25e  per count line.  Display   e-vertfeu.)   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per indu  * S-_K_Bj.-ii._i Rites���   - *  i By malt Peninsula area _$5.00 y_  ' By'mM, beydned 30>tl(& $5.50 yr.  �� By triail,<specio1 rffizens % fn'ce  * By carrier , 50c month  WORK WANTED  JILUCUM ^Cfeim__y, Service.  ySav'is cleaned -ahd realised.  Panting, - gat_ening+ ��� ianitor  setvice\ old ibbs,- etc. All ifrprk  gaaraMeed. __& Sechelt Phone  885-2191 or 883-2094. ^      1871-tXn  <3AR<PENT��B tvpj_t, ^IteHtionfe,  ' carpbrts,   etc."' f_S-234?J  or  iey^ningg S85_4fil).'--"      i&I4rltn  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE'  /   (Gibsons)  Wed., Thui., Fri.. Sept. 4, 5. fc  BILLION DOLLAR BRA1H  Starring Michael Caine  Colour  .  ' Sat., Mon., Tne., Sept. 7, 9, 10  MORE THAN A  i     ' MIRACLE  Starring  Omar Sharif,  ',     o Sophia Loren  COMING SOON:  'Elvis Presley in  ��       STAY AWAY JOE  ,, Walt Disney's  HAPWEST MILLIONAIRE  and returning soon by  I Popular Bequest  THE POPPY FAMILY  9531-40  BIRTHS  TO _Mr._ and Mrs. Brian Kaba-  lu_ at Powell Rivevr Hospital  August 21st, 1968,  a daughter  GVz lbs. Grandparents, Mr. and  ' Mrs. Jirti Waterhouse,' Gibsons,  k B.C.   Gt   Grandparents, . Mr.  and Mrs. Dan MacLfean of "Gibson^, ^.C. and Mr. and ..Mrs.  ���  Frank ^Waterhouse of - Victoria,  |l B.C. * 9534-40  OBITUARY WV  f HELLYER���On August 30, 1968  Ethel   May  Hellyer of   Gib-  | sons,-  B;C.j   survived   by   two  -: daughtens, Mrs. T.. ��� A. (Winni-  fred) Jackson of Gibsons and  t Mrs.E.N.-(Mildred) McDonald  of JPowassan, Ontario; i five  ">gfandd3oidren. Private funeral  ? service was held from theFam-  ' Uy Chanel of the Harvey Fune-  \ ral Hoine, Gibsons, B.C. Crema-  j:tion., ���';���"��� '   Y.-'xx.x '.y   ''9536-40  '. WILLEY:    Passed   aiway    oh  i"  August   26th,   lflt>8,   Percival  ? PWllip Willey in his 77th year  >of   Granthams   Landing,   B.C.,  t, formerly   of   Vancod?��r,   B.C.  . f. Survived-by 2 daughters, Mns.  i" Donald    (phylli'S)    Hoops    of  t Granthams Landing  and Mrs.  >, Donald   .(Dorothy)   Bameitit   of  Richmond, B.C.;  1 son, Ralpl*  , of Burnaby; 1, brother, Cecil of  !'Vancouver; 1 sister, Mrs. J. S.  <Mabel)   Kerf  of   Burnaby;   6  grandchildfen.  Funeral Service  was   held  on   Friday;   August  30th at'3 p.m. from Mt. Pleas-���  ,ant Chapel, ICingsway at 11th,  .Rev.   John Holland offidaitlng.  Interment      Mountain      View  i Cemetery.     Harvey     Funeral  HANDYMAN.   ^b_��J-  vMet,  will do add |bbs. Rfiasoiiable.  Pb. _86-9902.    ^ ^   ^ Jj&ti*  EXPERIENCED   sleJiOgraphef,  1   mature,  j^labfe woiM < Else  _i_l or pait fimfe ^m^fymkvt,  good references..Phone ^5-2318.  ^  , 9250-40  /*    VERNOf- & SON,      *  BUtiDOZiN<3 _  ' (formerly A. E. aitchey)  Land Gearing with clearing  blade - Grading and  Excavating.  Competent work, service  and satisfaction  guaranteed.  Phone 886-2887  1555-tfn  WANTED  WELL    purchase    patches    of  standing limber.   Phone 886-  2459. <        liC81-tfn  HELP WANTED  EVVARTMcMYNN  > \  'lft__J__frYj& INSURANCE  v4      Motory K.bfic ''* >  '.   Meinber kl  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Se?*^ "   ;  PHONfe _86-2248  $4?0(M) dnu.^dpen' iflab; pietnre  wmtl^-to^fettdi dec1_r island  1?$2<*_. Tbxiek t_W_ _bm_ od  ijtiieJ _Jiree|. $9jm CpU jprice-  S 'acre farm���3 bpSraikh ho'iise  and outbuildings, fencing. ���  ^8,dKSJ dmh,T/  Country boke, 3 .bedhwnis, on  2.38 a<feres. A. bU fiitnace in-  concrete bsmt, abuiititet water,  $15,00flr ier^mf. Close to village.  HaHYacse ^across nrad from  beach, . s4e^> r but', workable.  Croo'd-water supiJly, $4^00.  66' beach, 500' long,Selma property with 2 bdrm cabin & year  round spring. $10,000 cash.  2Vz acfres," older 1Y2 bdrm house  in good country settufg but  with village water. $8,000  terms; $7,500 cash.  lUgtot on beach, S yr old home,  two bdrms, hardwood floors in  lv. rm. & bdrms. Village water  in but spring water also. On  highway west of Sechelt, Good  terms on $35,000.  Half block off highway, 5 leyel  acres for $2,800, side road properly. Where can you do better? V  885-9782 or  'ifcninsula Times  nhelt, ��C  ���s_ra_Bs.* w*_^>i��Bfc;_r?   '-ffl��fc>->i ''���>   '  , '  7    T-MMlUB  r 8_S_3?0, Secbblt;rB.C   -,���  '��������  9521-40  CHARLES !3.GL1SH:tfh.  Sunnycrest  Shopping1' Cen*ir&���  Gibs.ns u  !>)_>v_iing the Sunshine Cbast  wjth a ^complete' I?j_ifessinnal  t      filfirviee. ..    ,,.," .  >   Beai Estate -�� Insiirancfe  (General and Life^  \Aw Office 'and itfotairy h&ke  -   ih. F. Kenne-i3'^Ji^  jproinpi; aiieiion to pui_sfee'iw  sale df projtftabty froin t M&pttoh  to i_jgi__ra_.o_.   *   *  TV) list or purchase ca!ll noWs ���  thiiv experienced salesmen ^re  _,   ait" your service.    ^,.  '886-2481      :\  v ' J    ' 85l_4f_i  I III II      I        H     ,.   ,   II        ..L  J J  GIBSONS���Ideal young family  home on view Hot clc!_��.<, to  schools. 2 bedrooms pins den.  Auto-oil heating. Full price  $11,500. Terms. t    ,  ;fftA__EfeS  'i ..  Foi'sALiE   ;   ���'-,  - 30 FTHANDERSbN) ,  ���;;     ;t^au-��R ' ;   '  ! . Very .Glean |2,350  '��� *���'      i^3M9  LtSED Oil-��abg-,'f BteaUnaster,  J8d_& , *U_e_'lf- Oil V S^ng-i  $3-J95.Moffaa   Electric Bang^,  $49^5.", Ea^ , Washer^   $23.95.  togUs- ^lyaph^r,  ,$49^�� il/sw  ��� pan�� accordion, two'switches^ . ^^j^js^ $14.95,   ��fced  Frigir   ^  �� Hotoei: sopwn. Mt_o_ica. ph.    ^3^^ pridlge,t.$^.05. barker's     Take^naticevMelvin Kero^��f  1 886-2I62.    ,;.. ^ j   ,.9509-41   Hawljya��e 1^. Phone $85-2171,.  Vaneoav^  ficcupation 'school  Ubb-o ��ji,J-_ w��h��: ����i    Secbelt; B.C, .,-..    /v��SB9-1_b   tea^ejrtihlenjB to apply for a  .qC^lJjOR wmiger, washer $OT.       -   ;y - ���.'    ^P ���-, '   lease ol the- following .described  jYAltfAHA ^ octave, prgan, Elpc-,  '. tdfe blower." feorsini *4S base  piano aiecordion, twoJ switches;  ,., 'Mt)i ACT.  Ijrolic^ of" fatpntion te'Appiy  ���"to'lrease Laiwi'  tm Lsind Becordiiig IMstrict  of^ Vjancouver (Trail ��ay)*and  sitnat&YS-j the viciniiy of UL  .*  _c  BiiilSlQi"  WIC .portable, AM-FM  esiha   speaker,  sew  ns$li|j 3 months warranty, left,  .exeelleht condition $125 or best.  ^ <SB&} ����hofae 8854340.     95*0^  . .ffltts.   A.,vJVelspn,"   IMH.    475,  <:-;. .��_!*:___:' k/��^cc<rAlilC��^ ;-,rS_&___*^Y'^^'i**Y"''7[| "-<!"}  ,S^1L TIL -85^714.     IgMQ,. ��� ^f^f?||?'" '^SS^ ��t*_ &i '&}*           ^^f-S^SSr     ,  ed6eo,N,then330'.Eo.lhe<SE  Canvafi-Boat Hardjfarp  , ,   ^^^^ nL 1579, ^_Je.'���60*  Confpressed air seme, for .    ^^J^e ^0' Ei _um<�� 660' S;  ���  skiiKUvers tot tanks. ttence 33^ w> and[ containing  Skindiyers available (for  salvage work.  ^   V_-_kV.  rf  GIBSONS .Buading 'Bup)?%4&  -;ttcL ' 88^2642,'/Gibsons, JB.C:  -ZtMvm   T.V.  .$40.   poUday    ipimjeer  power  saw,' abnoit  ftu-ity BfeidyrJa&ed1 fa?ncrete *' i^w^ $t30. Gilt table lamp, $1$.  Serving tbe _real for 4$ years     JH_s_-   item^,   IWTike  TomMes,  "   90-tfn   ' P.O.^ Madeira !paik_        951&40  WALT NYGREN SALES  .  "LTD.,    -  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-iin  five (5) * acres,  more or less,  for., lhe  purpose of  homesite  <j D-.ted July 30, 1968.  lease.  . 2332 West Keith Road,  North Vancouver       S  - Aug. 2L 1968.  H'*\    "LY,  Otimo Report  jlbmc Directors.  9538-40  CARD OF THANKS  MY sincere thanks to my many  friends for their cards, flowers, gifts and visits, during my  stay in hospital. Sincerely appreciated. ' ������Norah Haley.  9527-40  I WISH Ho express my sincere  thanks  to all   who   sent 1 mc  cards and messages after.the  death   b'i   my   husband   Curly  Hides..' y .;'"������ ��� '  Gwdl itiiML 9530-40  PERSONAL  Fbll complete inform atlon or  Marine, Industrial und Liability Insurance: Claims nnd  , (Pidustmehts, ��jontafct Captain  W. V. Hlgga, M4rin^ Consult-  Mt Box 339, Glb$dtts. Vhotics  'ym-mm ��nd 885 .H25.        489-Un  copies of photos  Appearing in  4    the times  may be obtained promptly  $s7 SIZE, 1.25 EACH  f fsime eubjrct) ... too each  12 {game (subject) ...   .00 each  8x10 SIZE, 2,00 EACH  C (MA. subject 1 ... 1.5d each  �� isamb jsnbjed) ... 1.25 cadi  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT..THE TIMES  IS there a retired gent in Gibsons area, accustomed lo  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  RECEPTTONIST ��� Typist for  confidential business.^ Accuracy in typing essenfiaC Reply  in own handwriting to Box 8548  Times. ,   . &48-41  BABY "sitter  required, 3 days'  *  la week" in' my home. Phone  88&-2121 !Mrsr Underbill   .  9535-40  e _ _^t    SALAL WANTED  Top price paid. Good quality  required. Contact J. M. Hayes,  Reed Moss & Fern, Sechelt,  885-&13. .       Y9532-tfh  TEACHERS WANTED  School pistrjet No.  .. .",. (Sechelt)'',  Ail persons'- ���mtyxestZjd. ,-ym.  doing substitute te_i___!)_rw6f8.  in School Distiict 46 Lfdt this  scbool year aire ihvited-ib" submit; a , list of their qualifica-  tiohs _x>tbe; District Superintendent of Schools, Box 2ao,  GibsOns, B.C.,; . ..,,; ,,,.. ���  Those teachers who have eiib-  stiituted in this District before  are requested, to confirm their  continuing   availability.   8536-40  fOR RENT  HALL foi  rent,  Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Gkn, Phillips. 885 2183.  1095-tfn  CLEAN housekeeping, room tor  gent.  All found.  Private entrance.  Selma iParkl; Ph. 805-  Sf53'5.   _ ' , J8574-tfn  ONE       bedroom,      bathroom,  comb,    kitchen-living   jroom,  Suite.  Electric beat. Fridge $  range included. Phone '8&S-933^  8542-39  2 UK Mpuflc for ncnt, unfurnished,  electric hfcat.  All  facilities,   In  yiUagG  Seclielt.   Box  220,   Sechelt,  B.C. 9515-40  FURNISHED 2 bedroom watef-  front  cottoge, ^Wqst  Sechelt.  pliono ,Flnla^R--liy''Lld, 886-  9900/        \:LY. Y' '''"���.:. P52--40  IfUIJLY Wjr*_s___ 1 t bedroom  ' 'cottage 0'tiftA,:'$^ i>w' m'oi>.  th bliii M_litJes. Ml#lori Point  Moid. H>. 885-9565. ;" 0524-tfn  serviced view lots  area. Each priced  easy terms.  Level cleared lot in bay area.  Idpal building site.  Full price  only $1,250.  DAVIS BAY ��� Fully serviced  view lot 60'xl50' in fast developing area close to excellent  beach. Full price $2250.   *  MIDDLEPOINT���8 acres close  to sheltered bay with btfeich and  boat launching. TTull price  $4750.  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Fujly  serviced, beautifully treed, waterfront and semi-waterfront  lots in this scenic harbour with  year-round boating and-fishing.  Priced from $2500 to ��6500. .  SAKINAW LAKE���Your choice  of 2 lakefront lots on this beau-        tiful 6 mile longiake. Easy ac-  LJttgs. JSpaeiohs L.' B... i^twesY" cesz'&k* Lee'sL&gftJEesy terms  astf paneling and full view^lr^l^^^^^5*^^42^0 eaav-  dsws. Lge. dining room adjoins;  ��jteprSiaver  kitchen.   Lge,  carport Your bffer clcse to,$15,-  000. down.  . . ."   >5rThe���times' Ottawa Bureau  ITS AN 11 wind that blowis no one good,  ' and the jpoistal' strike tbat choked off  imosi of She. cjountry's mail ^or Ihree lorig  Unemployment Insurance   : \ '    :i\ ' r.;^. :>   ;Anyf�����c_��oi--.pleose?  fcomanission advising me that J have been  WHY SHOULD I jPAY ADDITIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE. IN MY SECOND EMPLOYMENT?  Y^P^Ll.f. * ^^����   w^kslh^liSer was not^e of tteaT. Q. I have Woeni^loyifafints: In dhe fiffit  at So S ' B <may si#e ifc>jmore of the same -Jdnd ef ' jo>, J pay- the ma^iim\':unmjptoyiBe_it  at ^^y- ��iU1   <gcM, by -.setting, the stage  for healthier insurance "contnbinanns.  w toy parMfcraH.  ' labour-management relations in the ipublic job, my employer -also requires, me to pay  -   _ . _-._.. __:_<_:_ ; IL    *_ _-_-_      -��    T     ��1_./_n_.^r    ��_..,  E McMynn  Do Wortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-268!  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  9506-39  K. BUTLER REALTY  I  SECHELT: Over 1 acre on fine  beach. Excellent 3 Bdrm. family home in attractive surround-  ft  ONE      bedroom/     b^tblwom,  comb.    Jdtchen-livliig    room  ,^ilte, Electric h__t, iridae and  range Inclodwl. Ph, 885^133.  '���  '   .        . ��� Y9S3&4A.  FUrtNlSHJSI) batchelor wife 'P  Sechelt shpmi; low rent. Pjkyjt*.  885-2041. 9533-tfn  1 V/ANTES) T6 ilEMT   ���  j,,,.     1.,,,.1J���.-'.nW._...........L......lT,i'..      iii'.'i     ,n ���    r -*-,' r'        i ���   ,- n,  WANTEb immedlatdy  2   bedroom bo^iso In Sechelt area.  Phone 885-218*. 8537-tfn  TEACHING cmiplfY <no children) ��<���._. rcawmaWy i^rlcwl  umf.uri_K.Hxl iiic<_inni<Mia1Jon,  ymr round Jn Rcdiclt aix'ia. Wa-  ItTfont prefem-d. (-Ynnc wt,1.-  _;0ML   .....  8541-41.  "i  (ROBERTS CREEK: The cream  of dream homes! Cozy 2 Bdrm^  cottage on over 5 ac, Bright  kitchen nicely appointed, nice ,  living room. Lge: arborite vanity bathroom. UhEuiished guest  house, garage. Some view. Attractive terms on $16,QQ0. <  SOME iFtEASONXBLY PRICED  SMALL HOLDING AVAILABLE  C^WEB'!:3.oiNT: Enjoy privacy'  without fsolatiofc on this ���% ac,  W/i5 park. De-li^itful year  round 5 room cottage features  atlracuve living room wi'th fireplace.- Convenient all electric  kitchen and dining area. Workshop and garage. A-oil heat.  Details on request.  GJB&ONS: Low d.��wn payment  on $800i0. full price. Neat 4  ro^m cottage in convenient location. Closfe _hopp, beach etc.,  $250. clown and $^.00 per month can buy choice view,lot in  Village.  Delightful 4 room cottage on  view lot: Ideal for retired couple. Small but attractive garden. Easy terms on $11,800.  FOR THE GROWING FAMILY I  Don't hesitate to view this charming 3 bdrm. home on double  lot. The spacious living rotfm  features deep pile W/W and  fireplace. Convenient cab. kitchen, fiiiH bsmt. A-oll hc\at,  dble gajiage. , Neat' grounds,  close to schools and shopping.  Attractive terms. f  Only $500. down on full price  $1800, for level GS'xlSO.' lot. excellent location. 1  LOOKING "-'Mt SOMETHING  OUT OFf IE ORDINARY! Let  us ishaw ybw this custom built  3 room vl��_r tome:1 Spacious  living and diking room lias ceiling to floor view windows tffnd  the'ty/W.carpet extends tbrough  hai)l ahd both bedrooms. Gleam-  Ii8#,>tile bathrwrn fwaturcu en-  ��� ^lojittl',1, tub ands vanity basin.  lively sunny cab. kWdbich and  ��� utJlityi'Eocs with flxbircs Intact.  Giraic and guest room. At-  'tractive���'terms  on  $27,500. *  For*these and __her choice pro-  periies on the Sunshine Coast  contact Frank Lewis or Morton  Maelcay at our Gibsons office,  886-9900.  Flt^LAY REALTY LTD.  ���^Gibsons and Burquitlahi  ',.".'LY     "   , ..' ,8544-39  THE SUN SHINES 0H  service.  This was the .promise held out at ceremonies where'.representatives of the fevo  postal -unions  and the Treasury Board���  which looks after the Government's relations with^_ivil servants���^signed ihe twin  agreements ithat ended the strike.- Rfciger  Decarie, (president of the Letter Carriers  "UnTon of Cahada, predicted (that the next  contract will be negotiated without a woric  stoppage- "I think relations will improve to  such an extent that we don't have to strike  again/' he said.  One good, reals on is set cut in the terms  of the agreements (themselves: That is the  wide range oi improved working conditions  won by union negotiators. The most spectacular union demand was for a pay package  that wiojild have meant increase ranging  up to 39 per cent for the lowest paid Workers. BuiUpay was only the tip of the iceberg. StiS money demands grew out of the  frustration _eit" by^majty  .postal workers  - bmcmvse- ��$ working ^pdjtiojps. CkinipLaints  range'-Tirem curty toHets ito-arrogant postmasters iinwilling ito give up the one-man  ruifritJiat was once a basic principal^ of  management.  : The depth of this frustration could be  measured  by  the   jubilation   with which  the postal workers went out on .strike and  the;. wliln^njess' of   81,0.00  <3f  them���who  vote(i against ratificatibn of the settlement  -^;;"slay off' tEeiir 'jobs even after three  weeikB. without pay. The correctives written  into the contracts include a shortened and  sitreamflined: grievance pracedure,  stricter  adherejice id seniority in aiEotting preferred  assigniirients,   and  3  review of  imprbve-  ments ib be made in materia! conditions  in'theipost'^iffaces.  But the hew attmosphere runs deeper than  _wtJ___;.__e''.atHtoAes of.the people on both  sides,of the bartoaining table. This element,  too,"wars1 stated'iat thte tsigniiig ceremdhies.  "As bolh the' Government side becomes  more: Experienced as the employee side  bacoanes more exiperiencd, I would hope  Ihii^efrican'r^hieve'.more, rapid rest_its,"  said Treasury, Board President Charles  Drury. One of the hawks on the union  side,���;., Canadian Union of Pjostal Workers  tinemplfSyment insurance. *K t already pa^  the maximum, why should I be jjenalized  ��nd-have to pay additional oneanploymenit  insurance in my second employment?  A We have assumed that both of your  employments are ansurable. This being so,  both employers are required to pay contributions in respect cf the individual employments. Under the Umployment Insurance Act, it is the employment, not the  individual, which is insurable. SpecM regulations permit the employers to pool the  earifings ifrom both employ_aBJ_ts for contribution purposes provided an agreement  is'completed hy both employers on a form  satisfactory to the Unemployment Insurance Commission. 3Ms would prevent the  employee fronr contributing more thah the  -maximum rate of .contribution. In effect,  both employers would he treated as one  employer. ^  Q Upon filling a claim recently. I was  unable to'-send my-insurance book with any  application for 'benefit as my empjloyer  mailed it to the "bead office>f file company  to bave stamps placed in it. I ask-- f<n my  book and my foreman told me that the  fcpahpany would mail the book directly to  ine but I neyer received it. Today I received  a letter froth the tlhemploymnt Insiuance  disqualified indefinitely for failing to lodge  thy book, fhe fepad. offi.ee of Ithe company  is over 1,009 miles from my home. What  ' action do they expect me to lake1 to obtain  my book? '  A You abouHd advise tfae Uneuttploymeiit  Insurance Craripission ofibce handling your  claim that tyon a>sked for your book and  were unable to obtain il. The Unemployment Insurance Commission cilice will tthen  take steps to contact yi_ur employer on your  1>eha_:. If nt is fonnd that you were unable  to deposit your insurance book for reasons  beyond your control, the indefinite disqualification imposed -on your claim will be  rescinded. <  ASSISTANCE FOR BLIND AND DISABLED  . There rare-fcSsral-provinciai programs  cf assistance ifor- blind and disabled per-  ������sons They provide financial support for  those earning" capacity is nonrexistent or  limited. Every provincial welfare department has further jnforanatiofi on these- pro-  graanes.  Seloria Park���3 be(_roo_ij home  with ,4th in fuE basement. Wall  td wall carpets. Washer^, drier,  fridge and fapp^h range included. A-oil heating. Just un-  dfer'bne acre. wMl.A&'.M wait-  erfrdnt. Exclusive setting with  lovely grounds and 'gulf view.  F.P. $29,500. Some terms. ,'  Porpoise Bay���-112' of sandy  beaih.-v.waterfront. ''\Ovier biio  aci_*:Yvi!tli.,,T!t^ 3  be*-  rodun cottage. $17,000.  SecMcti^ChJse.',j in..i'   Rockery, w .    _    ^antfe^;snake rotif, A^i hea-    Pr^&ntjWIHiam Houle, agreed. He.called  ting, ful.bast_��ent. Large liv-    for'ia -bofiter barbaining period; urged both  mm BAPTIST CHURCH  5B.V1CE:.     r :     r SECHELT  ____oy Scbboi ������ 10:00 ___��  C__n_i_ern_6���-11:15 QJ&r  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend cny preach service  4nj40m0r4t^4t<00itm4pt'mi9��u mum nmm  0  -��*_  moo  ��i^ssiflie_a  SUNSHINE COm  GOSPEL CMRCtt  (UndenomIr_QHo_v_)  ,$oe_# fft_s_c3 ifc&ll dJth.  ^ Ciibrth Seivto 11:J^ ___.  "   _*^U.^ S_h>ic_ 7:30 p.fei. -  PASTOR REV. S.  Davi* Bay Boad and Aibatua ���  (2 blodu op fron Hlpfiwoy)  i^fit��Y;  ^������frtf."h-a'T-trfff"fi'**-~^,*"-,'*~''-r"'*i^r'*'J1'~-'"*"i*'''.t*^t**  ing room with fireplace, 2 bedrooms, hardwo'Od floors. $18,900,  165' of unrestricted viek wat-  lerfront with the finest sandy  [beach. 2 bedrpom hOTne that is  \a delJgbt to show. $38,<$0.  gardeners Dream y JA acre,  and in lawns, '������ walks,  floynsrs, shrubs, ' and patioa. 3  bedrobm house, garage and buit-  buildihgs. Near schools/"..bedeh,  and stores. $21,000. '<  U.L.A: Porpoise TRay���lM acres  wltli 100' waterfront. 3 biedroom  house with A/oil heating. About  V* acre cleared.  $19,500.  4 Years New���2 bediwjb basement home. Catbednal entry,  sfome and Vaglio fireplace. Sun-  deck and attached carport, ��J>  tuatcd on ��� Icycl 4Vi, acyes,  $19,500.  l^arge lot, Selma Park,' $2800.  Good terms.  H. Gregory 885-9392  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltp.  PHono'885-2013    ,  Sechel., B;C.  ,8584-tfn  Kay Bullet  ftbn., MfSavdi-Cy  E*l. Btjtlci-  I>on. Tail  886-2000  880-2000  883-2284  K. OUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Olb.-ons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  CA(IS and TRUCKS ,  ������--^ ,  ���,,-., u._r-_  POB   sale  l��6o  I>c��>1��  4  da-.  Jiardt��p, V8. Power windows,  brakes, steering etc.  K_tc.'Jl��.in  condlton.  Ph.  885-M19. kiUAfn  sides to keep their cool, and said (that the  experience' of the previous (few weeks would  make rielMonis'eaisier.  One:, of the most important lessons is  that the'Crpvernmeht negotiators are not  ,sapfs who will! cave in to any demand if  only they can ��pare the puMac some passing inconvenience. This is a lesson that  reaches' beyomi the 24,000 postal workers  to' 6c��ne. 1_5/X)0 other civil ��� servantsi. who  have cblleoliye .bargaining rights���and the  strike wfypon, too, if they choose it bver  binding' arbltra _ion���under Jast year's Public Service''StaW Itdntioms Act.  This w^ tbq��� first, Icg^il striloe since the  Act was ado0ed. Thc unions were tough.  They called a work (stoppage .that gave the  (lovcrnmehit a Haste of the pressure ithat  lias long beejv a standard feature of labor  relali-ito in the private sector. Treasury  Hoard w^s ab$o Yjougn,'. it became evident V-  during thte 'isstrike "'ithat the Treasury Board C  hud .set toildelih__'.'forto wage scttlementfl  mm clvill servants. Although tlierc are  immcrorts mays of calculating (the .size of  tho package that was finally agreed upon, It  appear** fet'ithe guldclineis were fcMorccd,  The iSdHHednent gives the dH>s].al workers  n pay increase of 21 cents an hour retro-  ncillvo lo August a1 last year, and a futher  inoreaise of Y8 cents beginning Ocllober 1  this year. In addition, there h a shuffle in  the scale lading from oninlinwm Ito maxi-  murri pay jn eaich clossliflcaHon. What this  means in prjucilco ik that many of tbe most  Junior workers (take'a long wtep right away  toward* the maximum pay for tijeir par-  llni-lar Job/   .'���        .f.'1  r  ft  6ECEH3ELT' AGEC<3CBEES, ��ATE PAD  ��� Tbis f\ye reminder bi ibomltt^ evenM Is a fkrvlce of JSECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listing^ specifylno "Dot-  Pod", Please note Jhat space Is |lmlt_d ond somp odyahco dates moy,  have 10 wait their, turtf; <dsb thbt this Is b "Itmlrtder" JifetJ'njd brily bhd  cannot ol_xiys coinry full de^H��.y * ���':,'���'"' } ','  . MH_l��lt|HHPHaill��t��l<��|.��H_I.MIB').IWMM��H  Sept. 4���8 p.nV-M__ Ivbh Smith's residence. Mefctlng'Secbelt Garden  ,. Club.' ��������� ������ ' ,.'���'���    '        ��� .��� '   Y.    '  Sept. 10���Check School District voter's list posted at School Board Office and Post Offices, '  Sept. 10���8 p.m. Mrs. Ha?el WVJaht's residence, Abbs Rd., Gibsons.  Meeting L.A. to Ranflfers, Guides and Brownies.  Sept. 12���1:30 p.m. Health Centre, Gibsons. Gibsons Hasp. Aux, Meet,  Sept. 12���2 p.m: St. Hllda;s Parish Hall, Sechelt Hotp. Aux, Meeting.  Sept. 14���Sechelt Chamber of Commerce 21st Annual ^anquet.,  Sept. '20���Deadline for oppto\ In respect pf school board voter's list,  ��� "Moke sure you have 0 vote.'1'. ,  "    Sept, 21-;~From 10 a.m. School Board Office, Glbsoni. Court of Revision  to aorrect voters'list. '  Sept.  29���Timber Trail  Riding  Club Gymkhana.   Bthlnd Sunnycrest  Plora^ Gibsorts. i   >  ' ���  ASK FOQ rttEE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Muttiplt Urtlng Serylco  Vancouver Reol Ettot*  Coord  \  MEMBKlt  MULTIPLE LIBTIWi  SKHVJCK      ,.  ..,,Mzt-m  TRULY   boautlfui car -A-   Itmi  'Plymouth V8,   Auto,  )l*cif��T.,  every   way.   New   Ijraeai   lf.8r>o',  Peninsula  Motors Gana^i��.  I 1 'SK2i -40   _, lt.  .,���  1W7 (i.M.C. half tnn '^ck-up tw  Bale, Only 9,00o' mlirs.. Itimw*  ..4B9&-_a__L .   ,   * totmi-n  ANGLICAN CHURCH  r,  |RAJMT MILTM'*���SECHELT  9;_i0 cm. Every Sunday  GARDEN DAY.-,- 11:3Q a.m.  Jiirif 30, July 7; "21, Amb. 4,10  REDSOOFF5 -^ 11:00 a.m.  fBm 23, imtf 14/28, Aug. 11, 23  '      kCM->MT ��� 3,00 p.m.  iune S0,>_fy 21, A-9. 4, 10  fot tbttoiHotlott phono 003.9793   _L_����|IM_��|M^^^  ^sssssa  1  !  !  6  fl..tl**'-lf*H^'1'*f"*e_l \t I > ,    j  .        1  _J_u^w.^.^.i'_i. _;<��*^��_'��i._^^)^^&*__gftW.^.rfaWift^ _0_ _���*��__*_/._. _��_L.>_  ^S^i'wrffr W*^^wW_jm^,ii,, . >iiiM,WyJK��}^i  M(fe4fK��Ma*#_<��piM��_  "���f^sr^i^-'T'  ,v<.'srt��*v_��fi.-v.v*jAVrf'-  ,.t'  "^     '  i  i     ;  7  Ffofecffre coloration ior;'  Alovnaer used as disguise  THE J_XHS_IH_fl, a peculiar fish With  , both eyes on one side of his hody^can  match lhe bad-ground color of lhe ocean  bed hy itooding1 or draining its^'body of  color; Certain reef fish Adjust ttheir colors'  to the amount of light found at difier^nt  depths. Some fish' even manage to disguise,  their activities by, amazing manipulation  nit -the 'strips hi their patterns.'  "When darting" forward " "t_ey change  transverse lines to InngHudinal ones which  tend to conceal their movements, c The'  stripes quiddy resume ttheir transverse  position when the fish draws up short  Some creatures, on the other hand, sum  their best protection is to .advertise their  presence with a vivid display of colors���-  a sort of "anti-camouflage"/ Such creatures  ctf course, must possess some character'  istic so distasteful to others that a conventionally camouflaged coat would serve no  useful purpose. The skunk is a good example. His loud, distinctive coat is quickly  associated in the minds of his potential  enemies "with unpleasant odor and rarely  fails to ward off intruders.  Christening ceremony  for Redrooffs Church  AiP��nYI>ou_5��* were the .names given .to  the' baby daughter.'_f .-MrYaadi Mrs,  Kendall Parr-P-arson -when '^he /was bap*  tized on August dJStbt,    Y,        r *  it wis 'perhaps 'appropriate 4__at the  cetmtony el  of-Hiis Preseincej,  pJBdaft-sg. The fajnaies'of.bo^.tte baby'-'. ��awa" was  fatheraadvawSw^'had freei. ��&Wiated>- J��Wifl_-ai_l enquiries,  with Ha-xaoon 'Bay and', it was there ati''"'  . Consumers across  _n_f-_ 1-3 ___.���*"    _-l.n_-     jlt-tv**    ��.n,4_W____����    M��t_rl      -miVM-A*-    ftl_l_rt   t->  Consianeg romm��^_icf_ge ..��     -;,;;      ;v  Goms-im��r-Gorporate Affairs  new department gets action  1 , ������, - >     ji     ( '     ' ������     il! ul' Y  -  InYmirjGtirderi. '~wa^;*A��^.*,m  THE FAiSTfEST growing part of the,  -'���   i   > Y b_��ar<i Is ^���.iin_ef'.4_--flL _��w^;;^3_��_i out  ?t garden) 'the gcowiag ^5^',pie, ��-0fi- to ��Jtow ^ie  _��_-   __iir__'      ��-..:<.   i.��_.���_. jj*' -��w>__4��v'.-- *_��   4_if��__��.  AiH   _{?��  THREE gnd^a baflf smontts after'flie Department of'Consumer and- ^Corporate  a-   ^ wtmmm ^_ r ^ _ Canada; responded.  cMlditen thM*her"fai_i_r and^ _io_i-r~jb_d'S��y "ihe''end of 3Way, more 4haa><W> had  THIRSTY! - IFOR MUSIC!  Most children love it ond need it  to build Uteir lives with. The accordion fills this need in a beautiful  ond versatile way. The fall terim  will start soon, why not inquire  while our rental instruments last?  fS-sbey's AccordSon Centre  885-2109  mei<  Mrs. Pearson's parents, Mr. and Wcs.  Richard Laird, ran lhe store and ppst office ait HaMmaon Bay between 1946. and,  1848, while Kendall Pearson's father, the  late Ernie Parr-Pearson, ran a Credit Union office and a real estate and taxi business there during ihe same period.  Canon Greene, who used to cal in periodically at Halfinoon Bay on one of the  Columbia Coast Mission boats, had christened ttwio of ithe Laird children, Carol and  Richard Jr. on the John Antle on one of  these occasions.  The baby's christening gown, of Ml  length nylon, iwas sent -by her great-grandmother, Mrs. A. G. Walton of Dariflngton,  Co. Durham, 'England. Her shawl of Sheet-  land wool had been worn by her mother  and other anembers of her mother's family at their christening. ,  Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. James  Doyle of Halfimoon Bay. The ceremony  was. followed by a tea at the cbttageYaf  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Laird, when the  piece de resistance was a christening cake  made by the baby's great-grandmother,  Mrs. Frank Lyons.  Among the guests were Mr. Pearson's  sister,. Mrs. Ervin Benner and her family,  Mrs. iTrank Lyons, Cabon and Mrs. Alan  Greene and Mr. Wayne -Mntyre of Vancouver.  wiped 4heir problems. ComiJiaints. were  almost as varied as the number of people  who wrote, but Jbey pointecL up certain  areas of major consumer concern,  ' Trade practices sucb as misaeading advertising and labelling, referral selling,  bait and switch tactics, guahtntees and  warranties, credit, repairs and servicing,  accounted hy far for the largest proportion of complaints: 64 per cent. Prices  followed with 113 pet cent; quality, 14 per  cent; quantity^ two per cent, and one per  cent miscellaneous.  While these were the major categories,  complaints covered a wide range of commodities and services. Top among these  were food, 26 per cent; automotive, seven  per cent; drugs, six per cent, and apparel  and housing each with five per cent. The  remaining 51 per cent was spread over  other areas, with emphasis on appliances,  detergents, carpeting, fura_tur_, electrical  fixtures, investments, publications, insurance and {transportation.  To illustrate the variety of consumer  complaints, here are examples of actual  cases from ithe Consumer Service and'Information Division files.  An Ontario consumer bad a bad scare  when her child nearly fell from its car-'  riage due to a defective harness. When  4he local retailer proved to be js_J_f-rent,  4he Division contacted the manufacturer.  Ajrangem��nts were quickly made for rce-  cttANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block -Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  TASEUA SHOPP        .  Ladies'- Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  she Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  for TaEte Out Orders Phone 886-2433  *   ..'i "    i .  SR - ... - ' _>  T-_9hc-__'8_-��--69  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, dosses & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  I        Pine Bd. & Grandriew Ave.  ....j.^_       P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C  L. & H. SWANSON .IT!  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - B_c_hi  Front End Loader Wort-  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Rood >  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Paifc, B.C.  four OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cobins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Romp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  EL Birf-t. Bead. Ave., Robert!Creek  Phone 886-2551   , , -j���   For Your i Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Vour  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  1321 Gower P��. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 _.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS   Phone 885-9425   GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells ,  Dealership.  'A   ,],''.'.'..  Phone 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten.years to pay '  Complete line of appliances  For free esrimotc���-Co-I 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.   FRfeE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. WyY. Higgs  Box 339, Gibson*, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  BOAT SALES  C_S SALES  SECHELT, D.C.  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  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ���- SHAPING  9 cm. to S p_a_ Tce-d-y-Soh-_-r  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE     ���  -   -��� ��-\- DRAPERIES',;'*' -;-;_-,    .-.  Phone 886-2873 ofter & p.m.  pair of a factory defeat.    ���  In Quebec a consumer complained  bout an1 exicessively sally meat product.  The company ignored the complaint until'  the Consumer Service and tnformalion Division approached the processor. The px_>-  lem was promptly resolved _o the consumer's satisfaction.  A Biitish ColumMa consumer was dis-  saitisHed with a camera {purchased from  an Eastern Canadian firm and could obtain no satisfaction from the vendor. After action by the Consumer Service and  'information Riwiskm, the consumier received a jsaltisfactoyy replacement.  When an Ontario firm ignored a prepaid mail order for a watch, the consumer -wrote the company repeatedly, finally  sending a registered letter. Besults were  nil until the Division contacted the mail  order house. flThe watch was delivered  within six days.  Not all cases can be settled with such  dispatch. Many problems ifall within the  jurisdiction of provincial governments and  these are referred to the proper authorities. Other incidents may involve contractual agreements into which the consumer  has entered without fully understanding  his obligation or that of the contracting  partner.  The analysis also revealed other interesting facts. Ontario, for example, registered more than hall- the comJplaiuitjs. British Columbia accounted fox 15 per cent  while Quebec, with about one third of the  national popiilation submitted only 12 per  cent of the complaints. Other provinces  were represented to a lesser degree.  Complasnts about commodies and services were strongest in the West. Forty-  one per cent from Manitoba and 87 per  cent tram Alberta concerned food. In Saskatchewan automotive complaints ranked  highest while New Brunswick was most  concerned with drug problems. Three  quarters of the complaints from Nova Scotia involved trade practices. Prices accounted; for more than one ithkd of the  complaints from Manitoba, and a little  more than a quarter from Quebec.  These figures are interesting and significant. Some definite trends have emerged which. will help chart the course of  fufcure action to protect the interests1 of  consumers.  just mw should ?>e the compost.jpile.' .jfruit /already'i_PW#&-;i-' fftitafct. IjiU ^  ��.*_-��� _~__.__.m__, ���.��_.__c_.  _�� -*__  aonton   a-jj ^po^"ptope^yYj Vovtt foe *�� a Mtty  to harvest ihe _qi___i, wait -l_l $_e~_agbt-  ^othing' ensures, success in th^-garden  mor_ than a good supply of well' rotted  , compost:. iNot ��jly is it good ior digging  under but when used as a' mulch in summer it conserves moisture and 'also sup-  plys nutrition. '  Anything that: will decompose can be  -are a -Me tcooleri tM& vM ^bs&den up  ;ep'better. PP ,   . p.  "'  ��v  ".\  t"v  Y ���  (r  -'->  .t"  t   r  . <^  ���t .  fv     .^f  )  (~    C1  ^  \,  "*"* t  i *  ' *r  t  i  v    1-  and ieep  i,<  . Asa Ebenezer, NX, grade ^school teacher  Histeued" closely as toer^socondgr^de ^arb-  used io malse compost, except afbutus ' led, *'America, The Beaitf-fuV' and iieard  1n.Mi.f_nV.      __._-._1-*    !l__winr__t>c_    it*A\   WUiiSuortK   tl___t-T/3-C.        _t��i_a i!i��_>*   t*i\ (_-u_^_t_ifi_F_iifl<>jfAi�� rf.iWo-XXcfiiflir ��J(r.ftff^9  t    P  . "i  leaves, holly leaves and rhubarb leaves.  Arbutus and rhubarb leaves poison soil  and should never be used. Holy is objectionable because the thorns on the leaves  take so Long to rot they could get in the ���  hands when using compost for potting.  All three, however, can be burned and  the ashes used.  Build the compost pile M^layers of refuse and sand, or soil alternately dusting  each layer heavily with lime. When using  grass clippings dotft pile them too deep,  rather mix them with other refuse. About  four feet high is enough to work comfortably.  After keeping the pile moist for about  three months turn it oyer to further mix  it and allow the air to get in. If you use  one of the rotting agents that speeds decomposition follow the directions carefully and you w_l get good results.  It doesn't matter whether you make it  in a hole or in a box; personally, I like  to use a two or three sided corner so that  the turning over is no problem.  Another way to utilize the Mtchen refuse in winter is to open a trench for peas  about two feet deep and iput everything  that will rot in it and if kept covered with  a little soil and lime it will1 not be objectionable nor w_l dogs bother it.  Window-boxes, and planters wil require  more attention to their watering. Keep all  spent blooms removed to prolong the _tow;  ering season. Those miller moths that you  see around at this time of the year are the  adult of the tent caterpillar; so everyone  you can destroy will mean so many less  tents in (the spring.  ' Marrows, squash, pumpkins and cucum-  4fae line: "O beautif_l;^>r ^ceship sJaes/  noMtMiimmmm  GOOD PRIZES  ����  {PHIZ'S  members must be  present  FW_M��' ;  S p-tft.  mmm  Vff-U-GE  if m1b_l  A sign in a small town reads: "4,009  people died of gas last year in this state;  2 inhaled it, 27 put a lighted match /to it,  and 4,000 stepped on it."  A hundred yean ago, a Prisoner  in a Turkish fortress in the  Holy Land announced a new  Revelation of God. His name  was BahaVilali. His "Letters to  the Kings" are, without doubt,  the most remarkable documents  in religious history. Several mil*  lion people have now responded  to His ��all.  *     7  i.    ��� , *���  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  AUTO GLASS  REPLACEMENT  A SPECIALTY  UNSHINE  COAST  ERVICE LTD.  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING-^886^2811  Wilson Creek, B.C - 885--��4__  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Sheet' Secfieit  Local clergy of all faiths have  just received an offer of  BahaVllah's Message. We  urge you to investigate it either  through your clergyman or by  writing: \  Bahai's of Sunshine Coast  EDNA M. FOOTE       \  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  When Yom Need That Nfew Washer  and Dryer see your AUTHORIZED  MOFFAT DEALER IN  GIBSONS.  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons- B.C. ,  Phone 886-9689  Y  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE .  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations -' trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPICINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  Bernina & Omega  Soles, Porta, Service  i  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For AH Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Scoview - Phono 086-2642  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phone 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibson.  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gov't Licenced and Bonded  Scrvtng  tl��e   S-mMna   Cool..   Oiler*  Mtcurlty.  ���    chock patrol lo suit you.  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. 885-9737 Bcftner Block, Sechelt  or Ph.  883-2688.  Box. 43, Sechelt.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MARK  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  HOWE SOUND 5 10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles tp  School Supplies  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  Industrial Wiring '  felectric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  At tha Sign of Hia Cherron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.    ,  Machine Shop -��� Arc ond Acty Wcldlrtfc  Steel fob. Icatlna ��� Morlno Ways  Automotive and Morlno Repair-  Standard Marine Station    '  PlM>n�� -B(_77-l        ft_��. 886-9956. -06^912-  RJH. (BOB) CARRUTHERS  Oil Stoves ond Heaters   Y  Cleaned and Serviced  Port Mellon to Earl's Cove  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-2155  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  txperts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom' Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  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.  We_wesday,Sept^_her4l|1f6^^':^'f
,, Sirt-W tooting through* you^'pajieiy I [ r ^
fi«6 i "picture ef ithe r____-Ofi_?gi__& w .. ?.
d-t.to the eouflcU o* the village/ ttNta. >l1
if _qnie otSejf ^ilare eau&iiave 3»e_ f-ujad " l>?
ONE'of fit. most soiiy^fiaaip^iJtji^^y ' y&itiiJW^thgm&lves to InMere'wth - tyB^£i&to^ r£ tt_a"_'la7a"jiffle
;J a year must sifely^Jje?^l;©f^1te -the £onrial ~-^ -*___«-«---* a_ i__-_.____.._*__.* ..m.* *._.._ «. i__* ^~,»_
AmepiJaDt Democrat ^a^j^Ott^eld country i_
iast week In that shead^a^"^f *_B- '#a£e.: 1
mind violence, Chicago: h fa  \    \; utould attempt to construct, ppi obstruct. ^ ^x as j ^w. jjow j ^ & i&fotm. at *
To those 'sufiScleMly j_itere^-"to ft fhe£ arecliiatisflect with.ftelr leadeft, fhes foot of my *ro.ij_r,sfgraH.e.      4  y. .
v^atch the ^eai fcu__-bug i^tch'doinin- ' to, the obyJous solution is to take an       Is propvdy so krd^torfind *m G3fe^!  ;
alecl tekviS^.C1_^,si>dutd%|)^ Wfligenl Infe^f ih tlie eleetioi mach- '         " ,(«■) CLABB CHAMBBEpN\
the United^States ista very, sickxounlcy ine. They have the ability to act Uke nor- J}f*yjQffe computers   .     : *    '.
hell bent upon <»inplete self ^est^jction. * malihuman beings and if they disaprove ^^ ^g Ti^,es     -                   ""•  "I ]
Nqmeroxis innocetft |>eoplemcluding news of elected representatives then the answer       sfc:—Frequently are -we wasntetl to be \
men were brutally Attacked for ncJ go|»d is simply, vote them out Nothing is ac- m ^ lo^omt for fraudueat magazine 'dopr Y
reason other than that slobs In'the rat- complished by mob rule and hooliganism to door salesmen. In fact I was victimized
ment ol security police ,and National and unfortunately this is a method gaining out cf *L«J eight months ago^for a anaga-
G'uardsmeh Were^ableto resisi n.w increasing popularity in that country at g^^^^^*2&.ia*" -
found poweis.                  "   . the present' tube.                                             But also tier* are great dangers frop   .
There "afe of course two sides to This is precisely why guns, gas and the vagaries of office computer's. Recently
• most pictures ,and wh'de tWe,.is no ex- clubs were put in the'hands of large num- f CCJ°£ul!r m,?de me. °f fsT win| *? a
mi**. #«_. o*,^*;^ ,__!:.._ „« «««, v«~™ *,^';B*F»u'"*"au,«   *     - ifin^ $23.79 rwrhereas in fact I owed Shem
cuse for atrocities which are now known bers of police and National Guards. Quite m1hi^T ,r_r,tiu__tely my *tm keen romd»
throu^iout the world, there is also t»o obviously these men were not likely to detected the error. Sevenly-nine cents is  -
reason why a political convention should feel atniably disposed towards large mobs nothing, but the $23.00 would buy a smal
be blighted by the presense of demon- of militants. Their job was to make good ba« ** ^Sliss'  '    .      ...     ..
str^tors who, with their trivial banner and^ure no trouble broke oat, and to ^ ^£ Sle^^ 4u_S
and   anti   social  placards,   accomplish protect the rights of delegates and resi-
nothing topre &an creatfeg an uriwar- dents who were in process of minding
ranted nuisance.  (          /' their own affairs. Unfortunately in some
The^orld is full of do-gooders, trou- cases brutality over-ruled common sense
arid in some instances actions by the
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a. .washing (machine, which duly arrived? '
she wrote "Thanks a lot, I will send ..the
down payment al^th- end of the (month."
. This being put through the computer,
the answer was spawed forth, "Send Mis.
X a washing machine," which duly arrived.
police were more in keeping with horror   She wrote again saying, "That is enough,
films of war time atrocitiies. ! don,,t want another, my family isn't ifcat
t•__♦__ *_,__ !!.,:__,_ c*_«_,_, *oV___. ~._._*...».   dirty-" She -wrote each time, bat stdl the,
Until the United States takes positive   wasWlJg Jnachines arrivedj ^ sh£ had ^'
/mfci%
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ble makers both professional and otherwise, .pacifists and such. _Ttris is their pri-
yilage pbviding they practice their futile films of war time atrocitiies.
idealisriis  without  infringing upon the
rightslcf other people and at public ex- action to clean out its own sewers of rab-       So, in desperation,  she  went to _ie
pense. They have no right at all Jo im- ble, this is a situation bound to become   firm's office personally and said, "listen,
pose, or attempt to impose, half baked progressively worse churns, my rumpus room is now fttU of
philospMes uponthose who ask nothing Civii rights and free speech are one   gashing machints. There is no place &r
more th^ the right to gb "about thJ thing,   mof rule   by  re'actionaries   is   ^J^Ze^LTlf^T Si
Business tree of intervention. another, particularly when it has become   futhermore," she said, ^"my husband is
spectable $ei>|ilLe that this assumption is searchers worls unremittingly to»this end.
in gross error at least 50% of .ithe time. \M flip ^same &me CA.KJS. ..rings relief
I assume you, like the many others who fand „hope *o .thousands through its treat-
Shave written are icarrying the torch of meat, serwcjes. Early diagnosis and itrea.-
ftruth above thosfi t& personal opinion and .imept^ eau prevent pennaaeirt disabilify in
invictivness^ so-oftfen^<understandably) <con- 4 ottt of" S'cases.
eeived hastily upon firsit contact.
KEJS SNEDDON
Subscriber
Editor, The Times,
Sir — I am re-reading with jnuch pleasure the copy of "The Curve of Time", I
purchased in your office in July. I was
lnattnousands of demonstrators, pro-   increasingly obvious who  controls  the   a,postman, not a bricklayer, so however   delighted to s<& the picture" of "Chatter
testing everything under the sun, should   trigger of discontent
$wiwr <cJT
am. J.   going   to   pay   for   six   washing
machines? V
So beware of computers.
J. S. BROWMNiG
AT   long  last a group of interested   Canada is headed by S. T. Paton, of   Discontented VOUth
rMtl 74»ftC      ronraranf .tiiran    _r_f   _..t«.    ^*_U.«* fT*_K__.__^Mi.___       .^._!^1_.    A _T 1      .r! _.       _*   »_T  *
citizens, representatives of our Churches and voluntary organizations active
in international relief haVe decided to do
something about the Nigeria/Biafra
situation.
In a month-long campaign the newly-
formed Nigeria/Biafra Relief Fund of
Toronto, with Marcel Vincent, of Montreal, serving as vice-chairman.
The major portion of the fund receipts will go to the International Committee of the Red Cross, the World Council of Churches  and Caritas  Intema-
,-.      ,„ -      1 •     .,                 , _-,     , tionalis, the foreign relief agency of the
Canada is askmg the people of Canada Roman Cathohc Omrch.
to give their dollars to assist the mil- .
lions of unfortunate victims of the war. Il 1S CO1™01* knowledge that mil-
The relief fund was organized by lio°s of men^ WMnen and children are
delegates of thee Canadian Catholic Of- faein& starvation and hunger. Disease is
ganization for Development and Peace. Tzm?mt ^d hundreds, perhaps thou-
the Canadian Council of Chitrches^ t|ie s^^oipeople are dying every day.
Canadian Red Cross Society,'the Can- —•""-
adian Save the Children Fund, the Can
Editor, The Times,
Sir:—Over the past weeks there has
'been a rash of outcries against the so-called Hippie element in our area. The criticism has run rampant, but unfortunately it
is invariably destoictive. Ont could continue indefinitely arguing the relative socio-
cultural advantages and, or disadvantages
of this ejrfyejnely jdbscontented youth. But
•I shall jforego adding further, wordage of
this fruitSess conjecturing and suggest that
we, as Aonestty concerned peojjle, use tihe
resources at hand, in an-attempt t>v understand and evaluate, (not for purpi_.es of
justifying predetermined deseernmenit*") the
box Falls" 4n your paper" with a quote
from ithe book.
Now I would like to ask if you could
send me a copy of "The. filbsons Landing
SitoryY Ijcwned a copy of this once but
gave it to another admirer of your beautiful Sunshine Cba&t.
Sincerely,
Elizabeth K. Cox,
Willowdale, Ontario.
lions help again
'Editor, The Times,
_ Sir —Once again the Sunshine Coast
lions Club has willingly agreed to sponsor
the Fall,campaign on behalf of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society,
which greatly appreciates their help. Mr.
Jack Nelson has been elected Campaign
Chairman.
We feel confident 4hat &e residents of
We know _oe Sunshine Coast citizens
can be relied upon to respond to the appeal which the lions Club will be sendafag
through. ,tHe mail. May we    express the
hope tfhat the" response will be igenerous    Appreciatiotl
and' prompt, thus making the load lighten    wj.,^- tuY q.mp«.
for all coneerhM and gihig much' needed    Etiltor' T,he Tun^
encouragement. We must not forget that
neither CAJR.S. nor the iions dub enjoys
having to ask for money, but neither do
the vktimsot arithnfis-eiijoy their pain.
Thank you for bringing this letter to
the attention of your .readers.
EILEEN  GOLDBERG
Campaign Manager
innuendo, and either carelessly irresponsible or callo'usly calculated to harm people who havie com« to live and work and
contribute to the community. Such McCarthy witeh-htinlicg as you suggest is an
evil thing; but, anyone taking your editorial seriously would be 'gullible' indeed
Mae Anderson,
Gabsons Elementary School
Let bliss prevail
^Editor, The Times,     _ 	
Sir — I find your editorial "Taxpayers
buy trouble" .iAiugt21) so.bewildering as
to- ne&d elari&eation. 'You -speak-off "American citizens m our. midst holding important positions in the community who
beMrtd .the-scenes are inflicting-itheir Idealistic and leftist cndoetrine (whatever that
is) upon gullible residents." ~l can understand a person-of archaic thinking- tends
to condemn f as criminal any ideas even
slightly"ieft"of centre — Mt^your condemnation of idealism tool Shouidn'f you have
Sir — On behalf of the members of the
Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club, I extend
sincere thanks for ithe exieellent news coverage giV-fl. to our.. 3-$ Anhttal„ ..Pancake
Supper, held on August 24th, last.
We weffe'most (pleased witb the wrute-
uips given in your issue of Wednesday,
August 121st and the - pictorial story in your
August 28th, issue.,, 1 am sure that the
picture story portrayed -in the latter issue is worth far more than a full column
of a written story.
Your cooperation and assistance "is
greatly appreciated. - <
R. D. -hopkin
Vice president,
Siinsfcifle Coast JE_v_ni$ Club
■• 0   _ « _i_Jm >■ _tVl*
for S-anamtics, Mr. Editor?"
Tii.e .   _.       +«-> _* 1. »«*»"/i t^1 •««-"_«;«» __i»JUMin,t+Bui»    __»»..•_„, y^w^u »___c/aiu«;ai^«jivinis vi.LLo_ au-   -"*».,-rB'-j—.  residents.' Ob, deatt Hbw
mis is our opportunity to snow our    as oppps_4 to social xes^tmsiKlity not with-' §0 doing .they could bring hope to the child    yt>U Reserve to yourself" aU capacity for
r/»_**1Qfirk-T      fnr     mir     Viiirv1%      _.t_.«/1n_._]      _n.4- __-_-^_«.w1v__^- "" ""_. .fto+_»*._*    t^Jt     .**«.nM_l _     -_.T_.__ _i __t      _lt_. -_l_ __      .>_» _4. _* J*./...-*'.-.^        'NT_._„_.     _._e      _.._»._._.__.      -■■*      - -~ '___.	
appreciation for our high standard of   standmg.
adian UNICEF Committee and OXFAM   iiving land '^ve to the best of our ability        I am Upt suggesting a highly theoretical
■-tf.Ganad-l'rt,.--1'-' Y for those in need. stu^ ?^° ^jattempt.to realize the
— '»_'■■■••   x"   ■ ■  ■< How 1_1^ men a.nd Where oCctyntradiotory
Donors may give-at their Church or   modes qf living within the area'. Just as
at any chartered bank in Canada- If they   st,me would have ihe 3_3^>ie .Vanished so
wish they may give through the Cah-   ^ers would have all beer parlours closed,
adian Red Cross Society, the Cariadian
Save the Children Fund, the Canadian
UNICEF  Committee  or  OXFAM of
Canada.	
This is 3 unique committee. It is the
first time that all churches -arid organizations who have...;.welfare interests in
Nigeria/Biafra, have, come together to
present a united frtot to raise funds for
their respective obligations.
the Nigeria/Biafra Relief F«£d of
INDICATIONS are. that men's fashion
designers are about to go bog wild,
jMd pjwid 'male..proves
sufficiently; teceplive we will shortiy blossom forth in attire so garrish and unconventional, even Lpndoris famous "mod"
centre, Carnaby Street, will look;prudisb.
Charcoai suits, Vvhite shirts and qjuiet
etc. etc.
• Many .complaints about these people
centre'aroultd the issue of; a: non-workers,
parasites b; ' uhcleanliness', disiftase c:
drugs. Recent ivritings have suggested these
■conditions, pertain to all who axe commonly
called Hippie-types. But it has been my
experience and ithe experience of many re-
V4>ptims of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis of
whom 123 are, at the 'present time, under-
gi^Jreaifement by C.A.RJ5. an Vancouver.
|a5^|^!these.:;cases .blindness wouW^jdeve-
lop TOffiolit;,«arly diagnosis and .treatment.
Hope,'too. -bffid be brought/sto. the arthritic
wag^^nie'f. with heavy .financial respon-
sibciliti^s, as wel as to the anthritac house-
wif^^th a-lamily-to care"fdr. ■■■■-:■-■, ■
"' lt:lirnoit' generadly known (that aipproxi-
mately.70% of all people- disabled, toy arthritis are of working age. .Imagine what this
mearis.in terms of costs to the economy!
C.A.R.5.' main objective ,is; to find the
■cause of and cure  for  arthritis.  Its   re-
diafcernitig. Now if your bizarre innuen-
dos re .liands twisting knives' and 'outsiders turning famjly ^against famMy' had
much basis in sfaciJL believe 7_oost of us
would hive noticed: Laestty ydu warn: "one
person -who was active in. 43?le„ :eivjl; rights
mbvemenit dn elhe' deep south is nqw right
here on the peninsula.,....!' Shades of __fe
Klu ISfeiu^ rlBlan!■ ^ouldu,'t;aij .activist (from
the Cdvil Rights Movement-.from meNorlh
or ithe deep Souithji anti -from-, Martin Luther Kanig (mete he Mwng).;'d_|,'itlite,"lMi!niMert
worker) 'as feuchi 'tiohbir 'this^^ :place\"or any
place, he chose;;tol.live? ;,;, ■ "y ... 1'
To sum up: "your "eSatbrial is vie in its
sowMVKii sianoti
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up a whole new future for the industry.
We are told this new trend is expected
to hit hot only the young set but business
executive and office staff alike. Miicing
and matching, co-ordination and style are
the new look for tomorrow's leaders.
This, we aire told, i$ what the Canadian of tomorrow favours and it is very
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som'eibody changed the idate to, Sept. 28.
That's now the date for throwirig the
iswjdch but (there has been no official explanation. Unofficially the contriictbrs begged Dr. Gordon Shrum to give them a
.break. The hew date is a Saturday. The
constritotion crews still on ithe job wont
normallly be working I that day. On a weekday all work would stop and, the^ crews
would get paid for standing iirouaqY   ,
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HITHER *N YAWN — The big; ceremony
to turn on ilhe power ifroto1 the W. A. C.
, .      .    0«hm4t {Portage Mountain)^Dam was all
lies are destined to become creations of possible our fashion setters will prove stit for Sept. 25. AH the dignitaries were
the past and, according to the experts; it correct in their hopes, for after all they *uvited and toe^atere^ were laid on^Tfcen
will be commonplace to droj) inoii one's   are merely about to jump at the crack of """'"
banker and find him clad in vivid orange a fashion designer's whip, at the same
frilled shirt, yellow and purplestriped time trends are gradually changing and
jacket and brilliant green slacks. Or per- while drastic innovation invariably falls
haps a visit by the local doctor attired in the lot of o\ir young people, a certain
rriulti-colored plumed Robin kood hat, amount inevitably rubs off on the older
canary yellow jacket and polka dot slacks,   generation.       ;,, '
To complete the picture we would expect This is by lib means a bad thing, a
him to be wearing knee length boots, the little color does no harm and if the Cana- _u_ „„.«, PPAP1 P Th<v 1ri(Ml hftIir
qjnadian Institute of Men's Apparel have dian InsUtutc of Men's Apparel proves ,dJ^e JJ %Ji^J»_U"S^Sr dls-
otner ideas and say co-ordination is the correct, wc are surely in for a colorful pule saved everyone connected with the
name of the game. If its eye catching and   future- n "* " ~    " ""
shimmers   like   a   peacock's   plumage,    _,,       -     ,    ii. i» ,
^iiVe in. Fletchers Philosophy
Says the Institute "gone is tbe dull
suit Worn With the ubiquitous white shirt.
Gray shirts, blue shirts, fawn, deep
btown, pink and even purple shirts for
morning, noon and formal evening wear
will be thc thing for the coming months.      1o milkc lhc wor)d „ncw.
"Jt may soon be commonplace to ap-f   lint somewhere docp wiihin cm_i kouI
pe.ir in a pink four button, double breast-      there -p._r.gs the urgo to ny-j
cd jacket, blue twill slacks, white striped   To seek expression In w>mc e°\
Khirt and pale red tic." .„.Whlch nothing thull deny.
There is little doubt such an array of
apparel and of blazing color will indeed The infant Jcups wiihin tho womb,
brighten up what wc arc told is an out- And children mu . re1>el;
dated, drab era, and will certainly open While, on Ms journey to the tomb,
  The adult feels lhc cpellj ,
Jfc*a*- ' ^h__ ...  ,  VI        „.
Some jnyMic force of unknown birth
Compels us each to rise
And claim a better life on earth
Or look toward the tklcs.
To Mand erect and overcome,
To rtacli beyond n ctnr,
To be, alive and venturesome,
K Ivhowlng vfhat we ere.
Sofnc call II J.«nk« eternal fight
To iIkc from nwamp and ecxl,
To conquer night and reach for Jijilit—
While wMrto just cull h Ood.'
—Harry W. ttctcha
IMPETUS
You'll never see the day to dawn
when you're no longer you.
No mortal man linn yet been born
The FEmmuuffamfr
Publlihed Wednesdays *t Sechelt
On BiC'a Sunshine Coast
by    .
SccheU Peruntul, Time* t_t
<        Hon 3B1 - Sechelt, B.C
Douglas a, Wheeler, Editor
S. U. Altgard, I'iiblhher
&_bMptlon Kates: (la advance)
» Year, tS - 2 Ye_tm, $9 - % Yearn, in
VS. and f'oreIjtn, $5.50 !
Stirring tfn area from Port Mellon m Rgmr '
.•        0oife Sound to Jervfg Inlet)
0HiiM111H if T-|^|rf-.frff^i^-«ii-N-.-.-^-J-..- -^^-.^-^■-f-_i-(^...r.T...^-ri...|1._r_.YT|r([t   '
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touring Broadway comipflny if I Do, 1 Do,
a igreat deal otf «imlba'rraissimient. As re-
pontcd earlier ithcro wais a proMem finding
a .plaee for star Mary Martfrt to Uvo. Tliere
was no suitaWie jwlva1)© home and there
wasn't a iwivate luxury yacht avflMafele.
So _h« and ber husband, Richard Hallidtny,
have .0 make do in the $_25 a day .niter-
national Suit*, That may malko tho Broadway star sound v«ry J_-de-Wloody-da, l>ut
Ibecause oif itihe nature ol her work, she
ibclonfis to at l«ast three trade uniora.
Khe'd have ibeen in real trouble crossing a
ilWickat lint) . . . Pr-«»l-r W. A. C. Borenetft
trip to Euroipe will incJudc an unannouniced
side trip Ito Spain and Portugal. To RW*
iFr/>nco and 5al«x_r tsomc __j>s7 . . . Shasta
Coimporatlon'is badly dinged Ccc-roo Ple-
h_rly w'M nott be involved In VancouVier
Itoyal soccer in any way next wvaaon. So
Ws Jocal partners wiU f,o to the puWIlc for
owt>er-hlj> jmrticlpatlon. They ne^d at Joattt
3/J00 wlio would 'buy i&eaAon ttefcets 1. . .
OTV j_ans a siponts (npuclal thait includt'
.B.C,' Jions' Ted Cer-I« . . . PN1R general
manager D«v» Dootrhlnc* was out under
(lhc giant coasl.-r the oliicr uvonnlng look-
Ing for the ipmlr o(f f).a«K.,_ 1hat ifilijiped ouil
of hia ii^clkicl. when he ,<>ok tho outRotniR
MiBs P1-J5 ifor rollot" coasiter rld(\
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JAXON'S KLAXON — Forintr Vancouver newsman turned TV and iflhn producer, Oovq Loiterm-r. k oWcrtrtg Old (r\cn(k
a chance do particlipaito flnanciailly, Jn a
film Ihatjic and Beryl Fox plam .0 nrnall(_.
on Stoeklfty and Mr». (Miriam M-kebn)
CarmlcH-et. lx'Jtcnman,, who i_an? on a
,Jjca|rlcal '«_«»*_ ttoor tho fwoject .ifigurcs
itha|'__6_a^y-is .the felt iramfining hope tor
Negro,, leadership in -the U.S. . . . The anti-
ifluitfpdflitlon types, who operate their wild
•ar^^njpa«50_5 under a different nairoe ev-
eryt$&■&., the .issue comes up for a vote,
wi_{*f«6^Etion u,nder the baiuier of a ko-
callw D^naocratic Bights Association iHhis
tiirrii'e,arpu11- '■'■■'• Lands and Forests Min-
istcaf Staf WilU^ton jjs . oEf to Japan to arrange (baicld_'g for a pulp mill project in
Ashcripfi!. . . Mariy, Gillen was the regular -Sfigea.' at the 'lop of the !&t'A(BC until
he left to, try,the big itlme in 'Hollywood,
lie di^.wodl enough; for a youngster but he
ranfiiw ihiitnilgratlon trouWea. So he returned^ ;;In itihe meantime,   Herb, Capozzl
had,JWr__ a Ibackignound 'group. The group
cam- coxiijt>lete -virith • pretty blonde vocal-
isit Kami cyBray. When GMlen returned
Hie group'fl contract eli'H had time to run.
€apozzi put GdMen on the stand with .heim.
Just,,for !$ie, l^ock of, it (Marty and Karen
iK'taTttied" #rogiing duets, ocaaisionalliy. T|h«
isaxoWme s playex started backing ithem
wilth a tfiluit>e. The, ibdcnd is so wiid that
.|>coj-_e with(exta. omielly good eara for that
sort of (thing are talking in terms of record
.conitracts, Iit'is a flutoey combination ithat'
Just .might1 wind up being com tithing,
TALK Tf> THE ANIMALS-iNoith Sl^ore
l.liiltarian minl_1er"Ja«k _<«__, a. very rc-
ciiiii arrival from Chicago, could wind up
!i,s an fflppc01,ant,before, the Supncim« Court
of JliflVj-t^'StiaiteB. H* wap ■ convicted and'
oiy. sffiSf seem
ister '.'• chM Man YEbnmtAt ■ wlifeA Bmmolt ■
iseeks TBtAiM eiidorsaition in .ithe Vancouver
race. Meanwhile, lbere''s'"Another amalll
groundswel fin ;Buri-J_y • to push haoxi-
iworking Burnaby Part Commissioner Doreen Lawson into; the! race. She's/ |the wife
of 'teiansiter clueif^EdJLaii^on/ one Of' the
founderis of __3>AM, - She. ;imight just run'
for Burnaby (council. Memwhite Burnaby. ■■.
resident Lawson and broadcaster Bill Beil•
mfln, a( West Van resident, went partners
on an apartment site in Vancouver in order tto qualify for the city voting list and
h'pad off any Masts that they're outsiders.
iAt one point the riWWng got pretty heavy
on this iscore and (the crusher was deliver ad by. lawyer Al Mackcrff in the CSeorg-
iap co|fee 'ehxm when he bumped into -i)t&w-
ison :aiid Bellman find remarked (i_bout
TE1AM), "Pd love ito Join your new group
but I may i riot be qualified — I. live. in
Vancouver.*'.,,, , f And istilJ, meanwhilje,,the
only Vancouver civic group with any kind
of k cash war chepth e\M the Civic Non
Partisan Asisodaition which , haa about
$#,000 hidden away and mlgk ti&e it for
u- 01 against — Emmott . f . Most «m-
il>arra«sed host of the week; had ito be
Capt,.,Harry Terry/the onetime ishlppdng
magnate 'Who now heads Poittcmj DJ,s.llJei*y.
Several, hundred people turned up for the
annual party in honor of theiMiiss PNK
con.ie'_t_|„t_.; M Terry's' imagnlflcent Deep
Covti watcjifront home Sunday and the bartender ran out of Potters Canadian <Jin.
i AHQ GEt_4¥£lL
SPICWySTS
NEW AUD ElENEW ROOFING
Only, local hot jroofcr
on the Sunshine Coast
RQONNG A^D INSULATION
886-9912
Gibsons, B.C.
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SUPPLIES
fliied'/^lflO', tck.■ JjJiteSilerlnig' i(n the anrcflt of,,' .fllhp ojnlly,7]re|_accnicni etock available came
(i ]0-year-old Negri) child who was charged
with assaiilitipg' a policeman during a €hi-
ciigo dvmomtratton, Kent's church is gulck-
lug up the legal tab. , . . Bookies coim-
I_«In ItbM police haras'sment has been mo
itiiuKh that Ithere _s.no organized service
lu'ovldlmg a betting lline on Canadian foot-
linll, .,., »,Plans for a building ito replace
the Yoirk HiOtel which Is pad, of the 'Parifle
f'l'ii'lro have heen filalled' until the end of
Mie year. The owners originally hoped to
.Mart construction of a new York on lhe
.tmtheast corner of '-Whson and illowe this
HHHiili. iBlUftefl. hang up for hoklmcn Is
Unit mortgage companies are very reluc-
■t 11 nt tto put up money for non-chain hoitel
i|>ru-i>cntJe-. So,;the Wg, get fatter.        ■ ■ I
KNOClt-A-fiiYfi  B/ifeY  —  Burnaby  In-
■hWePN are looking for a push to run de-
il'nitcd JflipflCf. l|jBt*, B0l» (,gr<III_i for the imay-
oial ij^'-pwU'Ml.'bti'rsibdikatcd by Itcam-
from local rival Park ahd Word. Terry
wasn't .Juifit embarrassed. Jle wais a .trifle
annoyed. . .. > The irestauraflt at Iirandv-
wtoe Falls up behind fiquamlsh, will nm
be able ito eerve It. Brandy and wine that
Js. JjOB gave approval for a liquor licence.
. . . Joo Vfilllam* begged off a Mario Polo
date Ibec-UR- Las Vcgaa offered htm double
the; monry, Alw Loi__ agreed. Then he
signed^ P«*_ Darbwltl as a replacement.
. . . Canadian FJlm DevelorMnent Corpc/r-
artion Which hai. millions <jf itaxpayems dol-
Jnris to subsldlrc a.Canadian film industry
meets in Vancouver-Sept. Ifl. Maybe they
, arrange, to invite',the, people responsiiWe
for mmng lJ,C/a E«p!> 70 film in Czechoslovakia.' •
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1 V/ASSERMAKIA — The ^roMem facing
((he Varicouver■ .tvoatlherma'o tlils August As
ibat. Atie,iclltmv&e, dooan't jsccnn ito agre...
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STBLL AVABSLABLE
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WE HAVE THOUSAND
MORE ITEMS.
Come in and browse.
SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION
Of HASTI NOTES ALSO       ,
BOXED STATIONERY.
H-EAS£ HUTE
We will be doted ot 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 7th.
Store Hour* for week of September
9th to Mth inclusive will be
9:30 a.m. to'5:30 p.m. "
PHONE 885-9343
SfECHELT, B.C.
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H******* »#i ^u^y^MBUB^t «*-i(tlW. !>%«* .���'_. 0 V  ffiffirfeftgay; ^^W^i^M^-P^iVcnhsuU time��  hMMPP  <��<  Bi*>   t*      V fc*w  >��  ,f  i       ^  ���s    -ti  n  i��  .4  ' '���* J,  Y>v  it   l  . v  Iusskmm  ft-,-,  Yv^yyy^'tyw��w��^  ka___e_______Hir ^4J___^-__fc____a.    * ��� ____d. *r  ______!��. 4_l____3*X__3_Br _   *J*_��tt_Jr  'l__^ W-SBK at. Camp Sunrise, ffypMns    fe^/n e_mprT-  spL*  up .rio 28 classes  lauding, one hundred and. seventy:. e_-   ha>u3 _ chwte of vocal pr mu-icjl in  to ite held in the province.  ; <Thsre are 32. Salvation Army Corps > Army ftr W'i ban-. Fnau gr-jps  5oi>t&iEr.tish <tajiimbia vUdt'tadn jiyjior - igtfsrrifl bjlh ui ps-cta- and lhe>ry  choirs ^itd'bands for eventual' participa- ^J?a- ^.iik.-- coiumn.-. until _>u]  tion in-senior groups, young musieiatjsf \*fr��? 'l'l"ich' 1S IJ,Jvld b> a recre  jfroan" the ^age ol ten and op attended"^ ^"^ UI,<jI s P3" v���� a 'I-*1 i-.  eaunp frcan Vancouver Island,* Powell <Bi' ,"*�������*> fi">��-'ninS  ver, and from'tSp 'Mainland from as t��t.�� *- Vis tar* ari in\_Ld to t^e evening  afield as Kelowna: ~ ' ,f-       ,'.t-   gr-mnitf -i-n banJs comprtu, b.��_ i  - InstnidoJS-at-tbe camp cofiie from "all - *&"* .are cJiC4,,-n an3 ��ri^inal jruJjlie'  w4_sof.life�� teachers, accountants, s_~3s-~ pk*tJ b> "l^1; F->r -omp.t��i_onf .  men and many snentiheir childhood sum- - bar-tL. ar_ formed gi.JLj Tit j^un.; _.!  mu  J__���!__ay instruction .,  TV.    ^       <  ��o  r give lastruetion  'c&rbp. .    ;  %  if  ^'&tg-Wfe5_  _..**  y  *  it-  chapel under the-__rfy-branches of a'tow-    vajipiui!^y. gaining, _chocl for o__e_f_  ering Maple tree anth   camp   cfaaplau?   to-_a__5*Mg_a>'-'- f ' "V, ,     ^  Bruce Robertson officiating.   . . 'Adjudicators, foj: -tie, final concert __id  Meals are -served in the recently erect-    on*Friday- was _i__fwl&r_2n_���kster for  ed Rotary Hall, cooked.by.Jtos.^Gertrude    fSW^*11 P*5r_ ?#_������������ Gilling-am who  Murdoch who has been at Camp Sunrise    iias -~-n^-andraaster-at the Vancouver      Blff  for four years and fawws bow to appease    ^m^,ioxf 27���y^rs ^nd is a past presl-    **k\  hearty appetites of her young charges * -    dest **" ^ ��k>M_u_n*, Bandmaster- Assii.       V  Instruction'-commences. after, breakfast    Wt<fiMmbajh, $s ^eomiltfpjlsr for Bowell      f  McLean. "Motors in'Vancouver who spent    j  MsjHSumnjer ir^lidaj" ag'diteetor of a camp   {���*  neair 'Santa-' Cryz in -Northern California.    \ ^  ,Friday yas.af5o iheyiag for the theory ex-    ���,  'a^natitm -V-ich' students < look* most ser-  iouslyf *-i ' ' * - *-'-'   -  - -Camp^ound -up op Saturday when' students proceeded tp .the -Temple^ Vancouver for a'lBnal cbmjfetitioji, where ttophies  were aftyarded ap_r(t_e honor student..chosen for a free trip to !a California Camp.  Jfor 4he, week camp at Hopkins I_and-  - in^ students pay a nominal fee of $16.59  ��� anxPbesidS- increasing their knowledge of  musl-'lren. ^dedicated (instructors, they enjoy all the fun of camp "jlife and make new  friends., jMaiiy. return'year after year and  as'adults tafceiitheir turn'"ai instructors.  4W?g^  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Port Office _I_0v_ec__!�� - Pbtxte 805-1333  WEDNESDAY --12 i��?On-S:0(> p.m.'      ���  Wednesdoys ofter 5:00 p.n>. byoppointment  /SATURDAY���2 pjm. to 5:00 pjn.       .  ��B_g____at_fi<^^  I  i  WE HAVE INFORMATION  THE MANAGER OF THE  CEDARS INN IS AN  ESCAPED CONVICT FROM  THORNBURG PRISON  IN NEW ORLEANS.  ALSO WANTED FOR  FELONY IN THREE  -~ <f *   other States.  ' whyh^ he not  been deported?  This'odd.placed ..  GIB$Q_S $Sai!Y  FOR;  Him ct  .?���  *.  ^  i^*^ .,' aA :*w :-**.  il*       ml,  ;    . m? ft  Sm&Hs g__d  Payiog'ii'is Ufiid -visit itf vCariip. Sun- 'Gertru-e'Murdoclrto.see wKat's cook-  rise, c&ngt ^lla^er Tefl Anderson   ing. s :   :, . .:   *   /'    " -  from Pffirt Aiberni drop&in^on Mfs. ���.�� pY . L   .      -  ->    -*   "''  . ' ���r  n. iri_����lin|-_-__-lfcW  B_rimas_r  ipologiste cali-ims pri&ntTve expression���   t&f, ^Joitiet fftim Victoria and Bay-   Anny Divisional Bandtnastet OMf  3iei��;rw-ca31 it golf...."��� r, mofi_r_5T_nd_y, drams *om Vaucoa-   GiHinjgham. ��---'---  ���*���������    m��-v.  f^,*?te,-4^.  0-  !  -yVo?"?0*5  - * tay  *    -  ��� rljfrrN  .��� '  ,4?fer.  Jfe**-   -4*-.  '-j  ^f_��;  O^  -_h  4*. yT1  Oti&st jponductor f  Music Jiraciice on tlie veratidah at   get expert advice fein guest eonduc-  >_i .  _ *  _      _r_^ * _. _tf Y _. _s   -44__'t____i__.__JI_.__   _".._,.���-,     t1_i__ X_-__   HIT..    ~^r__*_!-��__���   HAMiiklMA*.   A��*inl._lA_irtA  *v��.  ���a*  e  ^BSBiiS^lHi  , The^fy,.^ / , .��-  Campers devote one .hbiir per day to  theory and grade one^oegituiers learn  gt_ickly,inid���� V-doipa' school' teadier  Mrs/GwenRowett:-X?_a!s_es at Camp  Sunrise at- small e^tlkt yotingeters  ge;t almost indivuial tditlon. '.  >?^__^J-^__isil  / I I       *  BulislIiBE or ^eisse_��_f_ttil__i_r^  Sfs_��,���-hi�� 8X. Ei3y<_^) ftanco  inaia ��� asM c<sS3t of'cltiMiCQS  ' 03* ��_!_!3��i.332S  _0  yC3��iT  MARICEL ELECTRIC ^EAtlNG  .ClcPheiran QecSric i-S-l-j  ��53-9509 - Gibsons, D.C  AOTOEV3AT^C WASHER  ' AMID S2CLOTMES DF��YE_F.  -$mm.W^GlBMwE --  -" - -   A* Yo-ff Autfitorficd      ^  PXTCG.UABBE D-ALiEEl AT SECHELT  The names of registered owners will automatically be placed on  the list of voters. This should be checked when the preliminary list is  posted on October 20, 1968, prior to the Court of Revision held  November t, 1968.  Qualified peisons, OTH-R.THAN PROPERTY OWNER^ may haye  their names entered on the list provided they hpve the qualifications  shown below, A Declaration to this effect must be filed with the Municipal Cleric on a form provided, within one, week of being made/ at the.  Municipal Office. South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, 6.C.  THE LIST OF VOTERS WILL CLOS_ AT 5 P.M. MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 30,1968.  QUAL1FK_AT10NS FOR PERSONS OTHER THAN REGISTERED  PROPERTY OWNERS:���  RESIDENT ELECTOR���A Conodlion citizen or other British subject of the full age of 2,1  years. Who has resided continuously in the Village of -Gibsons for six (-) months  prior to the submission of the prescribed Declaration^.  - ' i ���*  TENANT feLECTOR���A Canadian citizen-or other British subject of the full ape of 21  years, who has been a tenant in occupation continuously of ipot property jtn Ihe  Village of Gibsons for not less than six <6) months Immediately prior to <he  stibmlsslon of the prescribed Declaration. Those eligible ahe occupants of rented  premises who do not reside In \ the Village of Gjbsons. >> ;, .������ i,  CORPOI^T!ON_^TJm5 name of a,corj��ii__lpriJs not aWot^tJcraliy: pja^ on the list,  of'eiettpli,?((^'^rptionS.bwnlrtg;property or qubiifyJi^^OT'li^'nir^^o^; are  r_ciut)^_j''tb,;.fi1dLyjith ;.|ie Municipal,Clerk' WrJ*tienf.'ibf^rlfiiittlj^'|n<mlnd^>'��omo  I persori of ihe fu'l __- oif 21 years;,^Canadian o^ British siiblect, as its votirig  agent. Swell outhorizotiloh rijust be fifed not';J<btor-;��hjln ;5 pirn.; September 30y  1968. This will remain In effect until it Is revoW or re^boed by tHe Corpora-  tion.7'Y ''':."���'��������� .'' "::'���������������������"';���.���'���' "!": '.��� ���''������;."���.���"'���:������'.'���'.'*''���.'.'' "  The foregoing applies to the Village of Gibsons Municipal List  of'Eltictors on1yf fot use at the Municipal Elections in Decomber, 1968.  If further Information is required telephone the Municipal Office ���  886-2543.  !  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Leaders
SECHELT Guide leaders make the Mrs. Gaudet is well versed in camp-
acquaintance of Senior Commandant craft. Pictured from, left: Mrs. Iona
of Camp Olave, Mrs. Gerda Gaudet Strachan, Captain of 1st Sechelt Co.,
who commenced Guiding in Holland Division Music 'Director, Mrs. Doro-
and has been, a leader in Canada for   thy Stpckwell;. Mrs, Gaudet and D5s-
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da>   outdoor   adventure   at   Camp ren Spencer   \ickve Fearnlev and
01a\e Seahorse Patrol get bus} with Ona Burnett
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SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL LTD.
GOVERNMENT LICENCED AND BONDED
Offers security-check patrol of homes from Longdate to Earl Cove.
■ i -Arrange your requirements with us
SERVICE. WILL BEGIN SEPTEMBER 1968
Office opens August 5th in the Benner Block, Sechelt B.C.
"WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROWERTYfr
Ph. off ice 885i?737, Res. 883-2688 or write P.p. Box 43, Sechelt, B.C.
Office hours: Monday-Thursday 11 <_.m.-4p.mY
Friday ond Saturday 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
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SLNW afternoons on the beach and check on swimmers are Susan Gib-
Mumminq undei thc watchful e\e of son wno was voted the best all round
the lifeguard on dutv at . amp Olave campei    hei   cousin fiom  Ontario
and evening campfires are the hap- Janet MeMulhn and Pam Gross who
piest times of Guide ( amp Members e\eills in swimming
of the Men 0  War patrol keeping a
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WITH AIM
AUTOMATIC WASHER
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Game gadget
PREPARING to camp under canvas,    door larders and camp gadgets. Star-
Sechelt   Guided  put  into   practice   fish patrol busy with a wash-stand
campcraft l__»rned during the winter   are Patty Hall, Iinda Strachan, Di-
months. Busy first day is spent erec-   ane Beck and Pam Sommerfieid.
ting tents, huilding grease pits, out-
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\. Guide welcome
WITH tettts neatly set up,  Guides   cedar bough archway are Guides of
give a thought to visitors night and   Uic Octopus patrol, Lynn Oikc, Janice
prepare a welcome  archway  com-   Mullen,   Kathy   Curric   and   Karen
plete with "Camp Neptune" name-   Fearnley.
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MARINATE BEEF TENDERLOIN WITH NOODLES
IS A FAVORITE WITH NIAGARA FALLS CHEF
Roast morlnalo beef tenderloin, served with butter ego noodles. Is on easily
prepared gourmet treat that's recommended by Vincent Monella, Chef de Cul&ine, at
tho Sheraton-Brock Hotel In Nlapara Falls. Ono of his favorite recipes, tfje Ingredients
olven ore sufficient for three persons.
The first step In prcparlna this gourmet recipe Is to select a stainless steel container
In which you can marinate 1 »/i lbs. beef tenderloin with:
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2 C"P* of water
I gloss of ibcrry
I medium pnlon chopped
1 green pepper chopped
INGREDIENTS     "
6 chopped mushrooms
A bay leaves
Yj teaspoon of tait
1 V_ teaspoon of black pepper
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1 level teaspoon dry mustard
1 Oxo beef bouillon cube
l*it marinate stay for at least 12 hours before taking It out of tho stainless steel
container.
When you're reody to complcto this recipe, bring your oven up to 350 degrees and
have thc following extra Ingredients within easy reach:
EXTRA INGREDIENTS
2 tablespoons butter
' 2 tablespoons flour        |
butter egg noodles
METHOD OF COMPLETION
In a frying pan, put about 2 tablespoons of cooking oil ond I level teaspoon ot
dry-mustard. Rub this all over tho beef tenderloin, cover the pan, put It in your 350
degree oven and leave It there for 30 minutes.
The next step Is to toko tho beef tenderloin out of tbe oven and let It settle down
for 10 minutes, It sould be kept In a hot ploce until your sauce Is ready. I
Chef Monclla soys It's Important that this sauce bc made with tho same marinate
ftock wlilch you should now strain and put Into a sauce pan, Add ) Oxo brof bouillon
cube and lot tho stock 1x5(1 for 3 minutes, stirring consta/illy, At the same time that lt'»
boiling, put In a small quantity of butter roux to moke it thick, The ioux can easily
hove been prepared l>y blending 2 tablespoons meltod butter with 2 Iablc5poom of flour.
\  Slice'thc beef tenderloin so that each piece is about % Inch thick. Servo with your
speciol gourmet souc^ ond with butter egg noodles.
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Clampitt'is off 6  Vancouver* Island for al visit with friends  and" relatives. , s'  ��� l^ouse guests  of J_r.   and  Mrs.  Ja<^K  ^yha'itto-1*re' J_r, w__le_J and Miss 3l_w��e  ;��� Mr. and Mrs, Alan Marshall spent'the  fi_��liday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ben  fcang ^who have jipt returned Irom a trip  to Prince ^Rupert Vija^els^y ytay. t      (r/  Travelling from P$ioi_r VfeMes, -Califtoni;  in io visit ter aunt _ij_s. Charlotte Jacfc-  son of Wilson Creek was her niece Mrs.*  B-i. White, and her mother.  Mrs, Umn JGrimmett of Vancouver is-  the guest of her brother and 3 sister-in-law,.  Mr. .and Mxs. Norm Buriey.  ,  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoffa of Secret  Cove have as Aheir   guest   Mrs. Hoffa's  hiece, Miss Lynn Allison from England,  Forme^ post 'Mellon residents visituig  the rPeninsula' and renewing friendships  were- Mir, _Les Hempsall and son Petfer from  Prince George.  > Mrs. Ruby-Breese and her grandchildren Judy and David have arrived bonte  after spending the summer visiting, relatives in California and Disney-Land, which  they enjoyed very.nwich.     >, i  Toprated com* *.  at"  Hospital visitors  ->    Piitiehts  rj -Army  THUS W_JEKibe Sech^i Tbeatte bn j_&   and      _        _  -   Waterfrbnrlghlights another fettulpij?   odies/and hymng ii  comedy hit. ' s ' *,/   '" '  *   Audrey'Hepburn and^ arciiitect liiishand ._  Albeit Finney ar<e driving to the home of  a wealthy client in tbe south of JTrancfe,  Asv &ey snap at^ea^i oth^r in lon^fer'  infe'oliife annoyabce', visions of earlier $ri|��  come into {their, jojinds,- and,) befoye flj_y,-/-  ������-      ~  .  , '    - " <   y- I'-^'i.jt.i.v     ~'^:< "*"'- * i-*'.-*   -^ - ^:��� y..-,." \  reach their destination four fojaner }&in%-i'  _1HE ���&&?,week has- beep Sa^as&.u_arly_  and^ona?d. 'Mr/^Dxanbrosky^ill be^teacb-  of.iii-rriage have        unhappy one 'for JH-fl$m$>n JBay/iResi-   ingf^'pjeMerai0i^S��bool. Y - -  ',,  - ^ ITFiL' �� ��Sk_i_ ��-*_.W-.'_.��._i_ Wa__^i ,__!��_. __. w ��W"JwWi��������(i*w��bh5 ��������_.-_��_�� ����v  M#BB^il2WS_M f?Kl f *'3��w4 Jrik..��m-����--__ riUft Prince Rupert  KJlaxin_r,"_pd peopl^hfraxeVfa&t1hii&. -^ ^sighteeeS^s use^lopat atecommodation,  b^(*er,;get a'lohg betfer with each,other, .^ve-log ��&> 4hfe .Interior of B,C> ifi��r3a  .ij.^. ^.���v____*_��_ . .-..--...-      -.  - _��& w AJaafca  ^Oujd chanter buses  tHeM on the"945  Prinfce Rupert  Vancouver through some  Nor^ America's most varied and thrilling' scenery.  there axe any _annfoer''of other variat-  i^os^Tiyhicb ipan be< #oj*_d.out iby eontac-  fipEg R."J. Jnhes, JBr. C. Fetries, P.O. Box  1388, Victoria, B.C.  niost modem! ferries in operation, cpuises  tbe^^Wliejr Bay ob^abSpp-vter Island  to ^feice Jttilpaitt ierrafaros of^^.gbway> 16.  The'sales seminar'and conference facilities are offered.' to any grolip oyer 25  JL~i��^-.��^���.     ���*__S_.^   _��    d__>^3__��L_t._.^    jJt    "__��f. . ttk__.wr__/vM  ���Mm���i  nummww  *V  eys and twelve years  beert-rfeviewied. - -- ���>������ilents-"wsre'stmmEa~J>y TfflrTwgicsaew&vpii   ^^.jj-wfe  Constant flashbacks aizag dizzily from    &e death of. love,Hansen ion .&&&,'&�� -^"K. "*?:?  the  preseM-day  cales.  _ __ oif -Finney's, -and hex ;$fieienc^  . "M^""and~!Mrs.' Tony���Wagemalf_rs and - ^and, ^plus an    oBiwMous   _  family have .left by "ear to visit'relatives    daughter   contrastsYh53am-usly  in Manitoba ' ventures they had by tnemseives on tne    ,   i��v�� __- **��*^- m* chiiu��>. ����yz ��^fc-^io ; "^ *       a  ' M*. and'Mrs. Ed Bennie and boW of    ��ame Path ia ^ eafty dflys of their mar-    a^ aod CMne t�� ^P^3 fj^^* 5#^K"4 ^,?*l.fif  Seltoa Park have left for a fishing ��rip    f^8- <    ^J8?^ ^^^a?d' *-f��SS_Si       Vu    g  to ChiUiiwa-k, -A, ^   ,',!,;.S^cess on his part and bdf-dom on   cheerful, giri,,she gre*r up in HalfrnMn  -Mr- and Mrs. Francis Stone are leaving   b^s' instigate quarrels and brief infidel-   Bay,  where  sWyMyed the  outdoor  We  \.    ...__���   _....   .__..,.__..    _'_j.   n..4.....      j_ies_   al^houeh there  is   a  basic love lie-     .  rider.  Tove was bor^Ui Denmark lSV^^eays^ ;  Travellirife   _etween   these ' dates;f the  group gefe pr. seasonal discount of tnm&y--^  fiv^Yper icefit pn^ all j passenger and etate-^  ^^ ��>.��>-. . ���. ^-^, , .-,    . toom-t^^Si plibs-an additional 10 per ��ent  .Mars/ Man ^reenejhasj. receded news .of    gno^.jrate^' .wMch- translates, into major  _..___-*�� -_ -^>���<.--_��:���-   .si-^ Andrews    Bavinss.'.   / ,��� -   .. ; tJ,   ,'.  foltowing        Sauiiigs-S>etiwe.en: ^^jpteimb-r-and iMay  _i_de    3re- noyfiibound frioin' Kelsey ^Bay JTuesdays  visit his    ajid .TEaursday'at.l-SQt pLan.',  abd south-  pleasanf p^sson-    bouncl ifro^a. Prince Rupiert' Wednesdays  #ty _ja'4?won.TSm'manya6iendsliere. abd^aiuydays Tai lfi:30 p.m' '  ��  I-  old I&ifenJ_!  arourid'-tbe Sun-  T&e TfMp'/has* ample and spacioiis sitaite-  rooms, with batbrociis in most rooms  .For meetings* of .sales seminars, otgani-  shine Coast last-weekend was Mr.Robert     ^^ m Q$ thefomvarcLBun  M. Stewart, a -ormer'aresident of Wetome   ^JY^7hTUaXy^^JS��S^  rr.*      - : -E."7~  ~~x   w.~" "l 4_ *    i.   "." ��-"' ~. ~~ '",'���' , '' x. .4.     -     * _,��   l&Wl- 'vdfew lounge is available extMsIyely.  tbjs weekend for  Ireland in_ England. &&, though there is a basic love *e- and was a ��odd athlete and a keen bog-    Beadi J&��� St^rt^o/at Ae^ ^88          fe ^ ^erved:^ tbe" -aCefeSa'. ify  fhey are planning to visit Mrs. Stone's tween^the'two. The cand;d story has sev-^ ��J*-g*:Z^Jm^1^ ^xJTSSi      ���  m             '       J     '   4       ^^ '    '  sister at^For. St. John 4B route. ~rti- ___Jidt r_Jve  scenes and some ex- Bedwwfl- ^dittg her horse Starlight'and  Mr., and Mrs. Bruno Dombroski are re- tremely frank 4 dialogue. Both stars are a% driving her horse buggy,  turning t$ the Peninsu^ *here Mr. Dom- *b^r ^-tractive /best and Miss Hepburn's        Two years ago, Tove flew to Denmark  brosfei -wiU be teachimg-^fc Pender Harbour '-wardr6be is almost as spectacular as ithe' to spend the summer vacation with her  ___ 41 __i_l 4 .J_.4_,_._r. ______ __._, _- ���_/__.  ____.-  JL* _P_ _. S 1      -_   _-_L __.   __,_, _L.   _��   _3_ _    _   _��___.   _h  __.__. _-___.   _jl ____L   ___<_L_l_i   _______ m___. ___^  _1   ���  ���*    -_��� ���__,*���!  _M__h _JI ___A __l J^M_T^  Wortf to moke yotii; home  larger, more comfortable, more  ms^^rn; more (beautiful?  Wliolevef home itiiprovement  project you have in mind,  "y��i?�� find Sielplul ideas and  - information at your one stop  supplies -hop  Secondary School;   _j$^'".v__ live in the  Stone's house al iRedreoffs. ���   4 ^ *"*  My. and Mrs. John A. Clark of Van-"  couver spent the holiday weekend at Park-  havenj guects of Jim and Phyllis Parker.  Mrs. Milt Lohneberg and two daughters''from Pajfcsvilie spent the past week  in'Sechelt.;   \ "J'  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rankin of Selma  Park haVe(.arrived home from _their ti-ip  to- Australia" and New Zealand.  'Mr, and Mis, Louie Hansen of Sechelt  had as _lM_ivg$ie&t Anna Neilson of Red  beautifully photographed scenery.  .   r  -.4,   * J  Around Gibsons  MR.' ANiD Mrs. Ed Kullander and grand-  ' 'son, Uatrt^ll were accompanied by Mr.  and Mrs. Marven Kullander of Kamloops  and nephew George Wane from Nelson,  when they motored to -Alaska; visiting  Fairbanks, Anchorage and. .-way points,  "Th-Yparty of six were away about three  grandibolber jn.South Jutland and she  liked the life and the people so much that  she stayed'there, working on a farm, apd  never returned ito Canada. -Her parents'  were planning to visit her in Denmarkr'al  Christmas.' AiQ'-feUanoon Bay and^ Sechelt  iiiourn Hvith Joan and Andy Hansen-1be  loss of ifteir-only ��hild. > ���  BODY IDENTIFIED  >  x\  a trip to his .native city, 'Aberdeen, Scotland. He~4ives in an apartmen. in-North  Vancouver.  A recent visitor to ihe home of Alex  Ellis was his niece, Miss Ann Wild and  her father Harold Wild, of Rimby, Alberta.  Stan Moffatt has returned to work at  the Vancouver airport after spending the  holiday weekend with his family.  Mr. and Mrs. 5id;SMeltbnhave spent a  vacation at itheir cottage oh Trout Lake  Road, accoittpanied (by Itheir daughter Sylvia who, has just completed a^year study-  _rra_ge.ii.e_it, a wind-up banquet can'^be  served in'ihelohnge.  '  During 4be oW-ieason months, iB5C.",Terries will provide sliiie-and movie "projectors, tape recorder, .microphones abd lagh*-  ted leCfeni, and other facilities'and- spc^al  requirements can be discussed with tbe  department's- trafiQe representatives.  The shipboard -seminar-conference, plan  ���.^ ������ r    -  9  SoJppSies Ltd  Phone 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C. !  mmmtmn%  Another tragedy (touched Halfrnoon Bay ing in Switzerland. She now plans to en-  on August 26th when a vacafioningJEai)^., ter Simon Fraser University, after which  discovered the body of a drcWed i^a'ri on    sheJfosBeen-accepted to study-for a yfear  feti^S'v^ " ���*?* 5 ^%  **p, key^repofr good catpbe* &**** ^oint  uospitai mm.. j   x.        >** ��- whicht^ere very Jtasty.i -   *    -   *      *' ��ingb  *    Mrs. -hades.McKay has her Aunt Ann    * i*/*an^ <��,,- Z, xezi* rsl_._id   Co.   J��� ��,  Anderson v^ifiitg .^fsom^ WlnWlpe_��. (y>sit-  jng _Irs. Alice Erench is Mr_, Dohg Bolts  from North Vancouvef,'  Dong Wakefield, son of Mrs. Edna Fisher, certainly goes* places in his Cessna  140. On August ,12th he left for North Bay,  Ontario, his flying time was 18 hrs. Making a side trip to Ottawa ihe visited tbe  fair and saw everything but. Prime Minister Trudeau. He landed at the Municipal  Airport, "Wilson Creek on August 23th, return trip ilying lime was 25 hrs.  HoUdays are almost over and various  groups will be meeting again; the Sechelt  Hospital Auxiliary commence a new season 'with a dnpeting on Thursday, Sept.  12th in St Hilda's Church Hall.  Alice Potits was home for 5 days after  passing her first semester at Vancouver  City College, she has now returned for  hei* second semester.  _   M^fc-iiiiMMi.  ��.mi    ��� nm    ii��i_ih_.ii_i ������������-,.,,������.in.ii.   . .P    .  wedssi-and enjoyed a -wonderful camming the   beach   at  Seacrest,  near  Reception    in Russia..                    r  _____   _k . a ���i-^_. _-__.._____._____*. ^oint ^e BC3_]P and Bab and Joan ��-un-        ^G3_d  fo'l?Mi'a%ii6 season^  Ingham yvithlthfeir arti__:ahc_-were'ij^-k^-^el^t��  At 'Bapflst Camp ap Keaits Island, Co- 4y on tbe scene, bup it jto&k -.fi&^five f 4^ ^5: ^ E___*uf��Ss^ -J -t��',.  Ed'CSmp was .well - attended. The _"a_iHy    hours fo'"carry the body upltbe?-tt^*trail|*' > t ^    ., --^-ji-,���;   t_i>nip*4Va^ large, ib fatet all'^roujps. there ,tp���tbe road. The. victim was lafer ideflti- * *   when thfe priest 'asked" whether anyone  have ban greater numbers (than in prey- jied as Thoanas Knott of Port Hardy, aged    in his Mexico City church knew wfiy ihe  ioug years. Youth Casttop was fortunate to 23, who had left.Port Hardy fbr Vanc^u--^ 4��ouple standing before him should not be  have a ^Missionary couple on furlough from  Bolivia as speakers.  ", MrsY Nancy Kruse and Mrs. Bessie  Kruse enjoyed a week's vacation recent-,  ly .vhen they flew to Reno, Nevada.  ,, Cruests at the home^ttfjMr. and Mrs.  George ^Bcser for a few days were Mrs.  Boser's 'niece, Francesj^_)ran and friend  from Vancouver.   \  *  Mrs. Nora Haley is, home from ho-ptal.  ��� Bob and Betty Barnes and family have  returned from a camper trip to tbe Chil- -_? %��-~t'- .~x ���.��� "xjx��� :.'-' ,  cotin area. They igjttt pleasant weather1 \ *<��* ��W ^^ bas a sulniner ^e at  and good lake fishing. The boys, caught    K��m>ojp' ^ .   -ly    t.'.,       .��'  numerous jixaut. They were interested ��� to ���:on VAhAflON   '      -'      ' % "*��  see the  Indians  drying salmon. At Wil- mj.^ and ^r6, Francis Stone have left  Hams Lake and Quesnel the , Barnes vis-    for  a jfoj^  holiday.  They "plan  to, visit  itcd relatives. ( friends across, Cabada* and ^theh make a  Mrs. iMike -Jepson is a g&iiottt -M St.'  leisurely tour of SSbgland. During their ab-  Paul's Hospital Sh Vancouver, Y>.     ,     .'    senc^ Jjiebr home at Wclcdiiie Beach will  w ' be ibHrcupled by Mr. and $iftsL-'B. Dom  ver on August 20tb. His boat was*discov-    anarriied.'-ix persons stepped forward���the  ered near Qualicum.      ^ ��� ^(^ brideigro^m's-wife and five^ children. _  LUCKY WINNER ->      ' : ���^^^^^M^^^E^^.  The delighted  winner of the Kiwanis    <��ffg*S^^  draw for the 14 ftJ Sangstercraft this year  was Mrs. Tom Wenn of 63 tvest 28tb Ave-f  nue, Vancouver, who has a summer home  at Seacrest. This is the second tltae in  three years that the Kiwanis boat has been \  won by someone in this area. In lfifefe, the  lucky winner was  Mrs. Robert Page of  Timea" AdBrieffs  wilt sell - buy - rent  trodql  Bill and <Bpnnte Nimtoto ate ot 'holiday,  down thru the States and will viisit Mrs.  Nimmo's parents at GreeriwoodJ BXJ. Staying at the Nimimo home.in theiy; absence is  Mrs, Reynold!? from Vancouyer, < -  Alex Bruce was in V&ttcohvcr io1 "ait-  tend the wedding of his Hnephew. ��� ,  -���'���f "���y���'  Mcowned: '"Fob ihe igujf wlUi money to  burn, jfibe's a j^eifect' inatdT."  ��� "'       '*''   ' " ���������������"������*���������  brosky and their chiidrcn, Karen. - Denise  '.'1'..y     ��� ,'  ���: '-t^ ���Ix^a'vct}it} j ;  Vancouvier  ^\>p.i$MMpL;  ' fimm.��� :  ��� 7:f0j a.m.  a.m.  with jftfa I  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  Bargaiii tiliy ,<rf the yetir -  IftiGlttAlIE Soak Cycle Washer!  Y    Y'" ,   ������    i  Fitmi Your kMhotited FRIGIDAIRE Dealer in Gibw��n��.  Witfl ^MAC Time Paym_nt Plan.  EAI.W IJARDWM- IP SP0RT10 GOODS  1  ,.Y ..-,.,.   ., r,,    .        , '" Phom 8_(i-M_#  ���ma- Leaves t)  Vancouver  '#*J| a.m.  '  1.00 p.m.  __z00 p.tnv7  fIipAy  Pender Hbt*  ^ tcavbs ^  Vabdbuvcr  9:C0 a.ni.  t'M a.m.  \\:$b a.m.  4;30 fr.m.   Pcn^oi-Hbr.'"  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B0B__W_| __£_&:-was in Ithe'Tim^ight on
Thursday, August 15th, .when JSi_-
SchoenewoJj?.^ 36'_r'.» -trimaran, "Gudi^ai",
enteredt^1 wat^r.a-teT having been teans-
ported itifoa. ber building' site op PUh*
Eoadj Jtfs| «£. -tbe Sunshine, Coast High
way.,*-.     *. " '
Pr^paraiiio^ns for moving 4he-_0M" wOr
craft <wereJ! initiated 4he day> __fpre and
in the'Morning, ohJ-he. day^eS ibe launch
ing, the task of /moving the itrimaran down
to the Boherts preek site wa_- begun. Th<
delicate, if oat difficult, job %f (awing -ft"*
vessel' aver the" considerable' clifitance tjie
route lorced Ah^m to take-was comipjIeteJ
witb, _^-mf_imyni,-jaf ontqiwaM drawa
stance.
^.Following clearing of logs  and other
assorted debris from <ithe beach, accom
panied by Glen Krause's vintage -army vj
hide busfling about' both in and out of
the water, the _ri-___led craft was towed  ___________________________
'.into Ithe shallow- of low water to await _w«.i«li •_
'Me incomiing 4ide,?at which /time "Gudraitf'  r . „   ,    "~'""\"'   .„ , . . i «   A„
.was pulled'\_t^\_jjb .ixaflier ,o^;jii#ch sbe   Receiving congratulations of fellow   the silver cohoe which won first three
sat. Y Y ^   ;   '   ■ *"l :   '*■'■.■'•"'       s   |SeIma Beach( anglers; Charlie Fosr* places in annual Labour Day weefc-
A: crowd of Mends and other interested iter, Bert Sliade and Bill Slade display,* end salmon d__fby.
'spectators look^ ^n jib JMrs. Schdenew^f t :— ■ ^~ ■ -U- :—- £££_ £-
.-chrisitenedthe *rat£t which bears her maane,   * n_ «        » p   _j !«* a:   *. '
^-taus-^iimp^tg ■to^a^:'i____. 4t»e.4i--rjEit'-f^a@e' _<E   leacners reaerauon. • « r
^he arduous worfcSolved-iii-building such
*a vessel. Now ihe second stage begins;
ithe "fitting-out" process.   ; _ i.
The Sdjoenewp^ work-d
.long, and bard ih ^creating their ti;iinaran
and the Jruits Of 4beir'-labor have been
achieved in the iaiuncbihig LcS. their fine
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'. A deadhead, jusit fl-ating;awash, jwov- CmS;&m^'4A'S&M-TSBXxi^^^
ed to have damaging consequences for the ■_ che1^ wa^.one <^ anore ,than 100 leaders
3Moot sloop, '^Mandarin*% <wned by Jeff in ae -«w»dB_« profession from across B.C.
ILydiaitt of West Vancouver; Outward bound who amended the Tpecent annual summer
from Fisbenman's- Cove, ^ndSrin was "school conference of the B.C. Teachers'
bound for Pender Harbour .wben she struck ^«d*rat-6n in Nelson, B.C.
the '■ submerged log off Passage Island. The r workshop delegates beard .Tom
Having sustiained: cooj.iderabile damage in Hutchison, . of Invermere, new President
way of four strakes of pJanMng being stove of tbe Federation outline some of the aims
in, eanepgemg^ repaire were effected and and objectives of the organization for the
;Mandarin proceeded to Vancouver to rec-r   coining year.
;_fy the damage. So one more vessel joins - Mr. Hutchison said that one of the most
the Mst of vessels damaged .by debris left important activities of the SSO.OW-member
along our waterways -.
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Federation during 1B68h69 wouM be in the
area of effective teaching and Hearsing.
"There has been considerable discussion
on the expertise of the teacher," he said.
.'. hope this year to see considerable ad-
yances in the expertise of our teachers'
organizations.
"Our expertise must show itself in a
professional  evaluation  of   what  children    I
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Take a look around. Just how many
people do you see who have absolutely no
regard for others. Poor old Joe Soap certainly has to take a Jot of guff at times!
Take, for example, a fellow who moors
his boat at a private wharf in Porpoise
'Bay and uses an adjacent private wharf
as a ramp from.which to water-ski. Per- need and in continued pressure for the
baps he does not want to offend a panticu- ailoca1;ion ^ means to meet that need."
lar group of people who moor their boats , ,,, e __ a_.c__.*„^+ r».^«./.^ ._.
at _Ms 4arf; as well. Clot the picture? ^ J; ^° Spragge, -Af^tant Director of
We_, .that in itself is one thing. But ™™™™\*Tl0PZi -?£„_£„, ?Sr
what albout the private boats mocled at atlon %* ffcbers ^^"Si
this other wharf - the owners having ^nntaent tea quality education for the
paid for some sort of, privacy? Tbis char-   «hiMren. of b.-.
acter, in his sknboat, makes a fast pass        "Some measures in support of quality
at,the float and his! wake sets these boats   in education entail direct .personal benefit
to bouncing against '^heii' bumpers, mar-    to teaciers," he said,
ring,paintwork. Then there are the skiers,        "Otbers Impose n>P^n teachers finaMial
climbing in and out of the boats .;.. but   ■saorif|!e:JFii^^
that is not really "so bad," is it! zing readjustment and insecurity.
1 mean, who really car_s about other        "Can we honestly say -that  wc  have
people!? Who really gives a darn wheat .ft   .pursued both-types with equal zeal?"
comes to tfae ^rights of others. You say I        Spragge said the provincial government's
am making something out of nothing . . .    new education finance formula is "clearly
Am I? designed to strengthen and centralize cost
*   *   * control."
I had piahned' using another item to Don Jorgenson, of Vancouver, imsme-
wjnd up the column /this week. But today, diate Past President of the Vancouver
Czechoslovakia has been invaded by Bus- Secondary School Teachers' Association,
sian and East Bloc powers. By the time urged teachers to form staff committees
this article sees print the facts will' be in their schools to help share in profession-
known and the results of the invasion, de-    ai decisions.
cisive.   But,   as   I   write,   a  news  report        "Can any teacher honestly say that he
states that Soviet troops have entered the    can be a professional unless he has some
Czech   government   buildings   and  seized    ■■	
First Secretary, Alexander Dubcek and f
other officials . . . Try and determine your
feelings at the (thought of foreign soldiers
storming Ottawa and dragging the leaders
of lour country from .the House of Commons. Don't laugh, chum. It is happening
\in \Bratislava!
/isualize tanks crunching along our
streets, ,accompanying troops who seize
our Wherited right to unquestionable freedom .\ But do not resist or you will wind
up dead! That's right; listen to the propaganda now being broadcast over your
favorite radio station. Offer passive resistance, but do not fight!
Think, but do not think too much or
they will knock you down. We have a
right to be ruled by our own government
as Jong as it is their government. Demand
your rights as a man and they will come
and smash a boot in your face ... World
politics is world hypocrisy . , . Walk softly, citizen!
direct say in the operation of!_i_--wp
school?" he asked.
The conference was designed mainly to
acquaint $eacbexs with the work and objectives of the Federation and' also discuss current issues in education as they
affect teachers.
Speakers, in addition -to those listed
above, included C.\ D. Ovans, General Secretary of the Federation and Dr. H. A.
Walin, Assistant Professor in the Faculty
of Education at University of B.C.
Delegates were welcomed to the -workshop by !Rey. Aquinas Thomas, President
of Notre Dame University.
it was the firs^ttime in 10 years thit
the conference had 'been held in Nelson. In
the intervening years it has been held at
Vernon and Prince George.
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Dancing Syllabus
Ann Gordon
Classes on Thursday afternoons at
St.  Bartholomew's . Church . Hall.
I For   more   information   calf   Mrs.
Berry at 886-2335, or Mrs. Mackay
at 886-7484. Classes commence on
September 5th,  1968.
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