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Array 'r.^vJ/ ^ps* *_  /+*���   /-i*!��vi^--'/r-  ^fci  < ��^rfVr*~ >��TT.f^��.     *��� ��"-v'-71,i  (���  ^  ��-.       *��1,   *1_.��__* *  '4  *.#-���*  .*,M7-  ��� ft4-'. *  Yll  1��       '  .<-..  . .     I    ii 5' ��        .11"  M  1*0.  \t. ���>!������/  i_L>  l*~  it*'  PLEASE help the lions Club belp CJjlS. 7 son said be_and,the Idoos Club'appreciated  - -said- Mr. .Jack. SJebon, Campaign <_ia|r-' the jresponse*sovJ___'.r ..JYJ.._ Y���__~  _u�� for the fund drive on behalf.of _2?   ySfcaiing on b___Mlof <1toe fact .that  Canadian Arthritis.and Bfieainatisnt'Soc-   __i_��jri_ejr _s' Ar_OT_s. Monfli,-'National  j��.ty; Last year lie-total ainount raised-B^as   ifeallh and Welfare Minister; HonYJohn  #_3i;��: Tbi-~itt<at_I__7_ generous donation^ Mumostates:  -      -ri "* -Y      ' \  -      )  from flje.IJops Cluh itself. "We lo& Jtor~,    .During ithis motmpte-Oaw^an-Aitit--  waidto a bpttfer response this year/ jssridYri__~__d Rheumatism Society wm .bring  Mr. Nelson. "If everybody who receives 'a   their' prpgratns of treatment, ��j$ear<ph ,and  letter" would Tespoml, it could be a faemeo- ''education to (he attention of CanaldiaitSi  dotis success Even __ose who 4Sm spam __J_~ ww*.j_f Jthis jn^to^^vohu^ry^  only a little must not feel it would not be ' health agency deserves our recognition;and-  appreciated. Let'lis show that the Sunshine   support. Since 1949, tbe Canadian .Arthritis  Coast has a warm heart as well as a lot   and Rheumatism Society, has assisted clia-  Of sunshine". ics, rheumatic disease discovery unite and  "The Xions 'Curb", said Mr. Kelson. '���*��* ��Knics- to **&* ^ties ,<he Soci^y's  "hopes people will W in the blank cheques **"** physiotherapy ^rvjees coyer about;  enclosed in the appeal letters as soon and *****& ��* ��* populatKML lfes society, has  as generously as posable to make fl__ cam- **&** *�� develop research gnoups m med-  paign a really successful effort"; Mr, IM- " ���see pago 5  Porpoise Bay .�� .  ,o  Dept. of Health endorsing Dr. Reynolds  views on the need for an additional health  inspector in the area.  Aid, de Lange also commented on the  fact that Public Health Officers cannot  make inspection on Indian Reserve Land.  Referring to the leased land at Mission  Point, she said all kinds of septic tank-  are being in*fg"ed and no-one can check  them.  FUNDS AVAILABLE  Aid. ehulk Rodway commented that  Council should be taking advantage, of  Pnov, Government's offer to assist financing of sewer installation; one village on  the Island had already received assistance.  lhe Chairman replied that facts and  figures are needed first and council is  awaiting an undated report from consultant  engineer Martin Dayton. Aid de Lange  commented that a lot will be learned from  this weeks meeting oi Union of BJC. Muni-  palities.  CLEAN UP  Newcomer to Hoe area Mr. Don Henderson will take over works projects in the  village which has already received a welcome. "cJea-Hip". ....   .��.  Aid. Harold Nelson also reported that  when oil changes aw_ mauie at Po%>i^  Bay the used oil is being dumped into Jhe  -water. Council will notify Dept. of Fisheries  winch is the most likely body to take action.  "Engulf  oal assistance is avaflaWe ^___n Fed_o_il  'j?  is/ Roberts Creek,  I Cava, Egmont.  WEDNESDAY/SEPTEMBER 11, I960  >   *     "   Volume 5-"No. 41  I    7) n.f,..���3M..fcM.  _ '        laV-.* 4\  L-Cftil&AGE-  iv    DjL&.fc. _.)  ���J-"  '��� XXS ���:f.p:i,  ',���*������' "C: Y  '���Sv-iX.xti  fcW-%1  .' hSt&B'.  xm  ?'yx*..  tS'77,4.>'7  ���lllYfi'  ��:*>���  liSfeWE  *'.5  -J*"*. _; -r*- "_i. ���  *_--ii*i��--**'5ic; ���   . - '  APPLICATION  by Porpoise Bay Service  to extend water lease in Porpoise Bay  by an additional 100 ft. was tabled at last  week's meeting of Schelt Village CotmciL  Villagie Clerk, Ted Raynor was instructed to make further investigation and obtain more information on the proposed expansion.  Discussing the application which had  referred to Council from the Sunshine  Coast Regional District, Aid. Morgan Thompson commented that the applicant bas  quite an area now and wondered -where the  complex will stop.  Cliairaian Bill Swain was of fhe opinion  that permission depended on requirement,  if it is for a marina with all facilities it  will be an addition to tfae Bay, he said.  DEPLORABLE  Ruts in the roads left by Sechelt Waterworks is an abuse of 4he highways, stated  Aid. Thompson. Sechelt Library was built  over a year ago and the road bas not been  properly surfaced yet where the connection  was made; commented the alderman who  felt .that a further request for action should  be. made to the offending company.  CONFLICTING REPORTS  Stating that he had made a thorough  perusal of the Martin Dayton-water report,  Aid. Thompson expressed amazement at  the number of water' systems in the Ws-  trict. Comparing the estimates in the report with those given by consulting engineer  J. isotfaerweU,4^  Misunderstanding , , t - ��� .  Sun-lime Coast BegionaF Disfaa|t ^- grain Pipe  Garbage Dump directiDnal-sign on  P&rpmse Bay Road.. Sedw_t��� seeffls  to bave been misunderslopti by some  people. The-actual dund^is not on  the side of ihe road but a mile or so  along the side road where further  agns mdidjte tbe true dump: The Se|  * ������  Major drainage project  wiE remove old problem  w ��� , -���. _ OI_Ai__iFI)C_Vig:ON of hi^iway 101 is needed sport.  Cbelt dump has been the ^Sjespen* m Gibson,, decided VaOlage Coiindl -when       Two persons have expressed  interest  sive to operate because of Uldiscnm* Aid. Ben Croslby ireported that tourists in operatinlg a dog pound and penqissia-   LIFE SAVER  inate clumping. * ��� L *- ���--**-'���    - - -*-  *��� --       -  ��--��-��- *"-��  Night School classes  for boat enthusiasts  -NIGHT school classes in piloting and small  _oat handling will be held again tins  - year and are open to men and' women,.  . older boys and girls, ��-  * Designed for sail and power boat oper-^  afcors,- the course includes traffic laws of  the waterways, seamanship, safety afloat,  compass reading, charts and piloting, manners and customs and life saving.  Enroll now and become a' member of  the Sunshine Coast -Power Squadron with  emphasis on safety. There's lots of fun  too at monthly social meetings and boat  cruises from punts to yachts.  Time and place of courses will be announced in this paper at a later date.  Two Pender residents  make local headlines  SUMMER  happiness  for   Gail   Dellar of  Garden Bay, was winning a Sunbeam  Imp at the Pacific National Exhibition.  Gail who will be 18 on September 17  had just .finished her summer job at the  Eagle Lodge Pining Rpom and visited  Teen City at the PNE on Labour Day. Her  ticket was amongst countless ones deposited during the week and it was the one  drawn at 11 p.m.  Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dellar  of Garden Bay, Gail Is presently staying  with bet sister in West Vancouver where  she wiU take ber driving test ito drive the  gleaming white car with blue interior.  *t"  Sechelt Kinsmen seek  blood donors Sept. 24  TAKE OFF your coat, roll" up your sleeve  and be defied Cross ijlood :donor in  Sechelt Legion Hall on Tuesday, September 24th;    ���  can he seen to hesitate when Jthey reach  the intersection at tfae parik. It was suggested that Department o!f Highways be  contacted regarding an overhead sign.  Consulting engineer ^Martin Dayjton's  plan for a storm -drain on tiower Point  Road from the Post,Office towards ��� the  bluff and Prowse Road draining into the  sea, was accepted-..by Council. The plan   level,  consists of 24"  pipe with 4" tale drain       alongside and four catchment 'basins. Work  will be done by the village crew and estimates wild, be obtained as required..  Estimates 3ast year to cost $7,000 the  was given to construct 6 pens and runs,  after consultation with S.P.C.A. Aid.  Croslby .vail check into cost of collecting,  boarding and disposing of animals.  Hum-ring by law 195 was given final  reading; it adopts tfae National {ftuEdiog  ���ode| section on plumbing with the exception that solid pipe be used below ground  Quick thinking and even quicker ;action  on the part of seven year old Rod Devan-  ey of Pender Harbour probably saved the  life of playmate lour year old Russell  Douglas when he fell off a float at Frances  Peninsula last week.  A non-swimmer, young Rod who is tbe  son of 'Mr. and Mrs.. Jkn Devaney, hung  onto his friend until: adult help arrived.  Corporal L. Biggerman , �� .  sets^ of figures. Y- ��� *.    -r.,. ,.^'.-������> Y . L   v.-\r��..Y'YY .P.'>x.py.Y'Y yYpy" -" .���'   "''    -<"' '''''"'-Y'1^'*"Y"'<%..r .YY!,':-;;YV^ Y':igiY;��  Gimer Point.. L   '��� ���-���' ���- -^B" "'  An average of 7& patients every day ol        ^ ^^ ^^   ^^  ^ ^^  ^ ^^ ^^  the year..vfll receive blood trai^sionJrt Provi^arGowrnment wiE r_.y"hai ^  B.C,33wspitails'___.year and su_ci_#;0-?#e wsn              ������������.���       ���  ..R^'.J.taite_@^lo_^.-^ai^^ ' *'���                      -  __gte^7':-TO.*3jj��e-i^^ FINANCES                                    ._    .  ..  'W^^W^^W^'^^W^0.-      ^���* a wary eye pn bank interest  ���"j��9rY  L"\LppYLLL .Y ':.  '-.L^YPv ..% rates ��� which   are   presenfly   decreasing,  Spio^^^|^:the!lS0^^-4V^^^s'.^iipy--i CountiJ decided to return to parity bonds  i.   ���.     > -���<: X.,- ._���_ -;_Vi;:    -_^ ..__-__--__i__'.^    ^^ ^ frftgggfc. ,,�� g% pet CCUt.  Septemiber SO is the date set for the  Y> Anmial. Tax  Sale   and delinquent .taxes  sending' f.d_^-''-'______te__r;\'-:--.a_d!  ino____i;"-i__^____c���__tr^  Sechelt J Tj^^yLWSY. otf :1_iesc^|  TWO former members of the Irvines Landing group and a newcomer to tbe Gibsons area left as guests of the taxpayer for  la* fiax oaae  ana' 4iei|_q_e_i -taxes      - ^���_ I^i," tu. i^i rni?<n��iA<,  ^mt^^Sr^^t^^   tp^sessmnofwmiuanaYiini  merited VaMage C_erk, Dave Johnston.  lis Hilton of' Gibsons stated she had known  the accused for some time, he has worked  for her and has proved. honest, reliable,  , an excellent " "  iwjgSJfek'  It mag-    l-y.-nt.' J. yi^m^so^^er^&&^^ea, Li  HOLD OP^,  Chairman Bill Swain commented on  building delays because on-one is available  to make necessary health inspection; this  is a great inconvenience to people buMsng,  he said.  Aid. Adele de Lange stated that the  building inspector who has been carrying  out inspections for the Health Unit is nuJbed  off his feet. In .the month of April alone he  put in 350 hours doing the health inspector's  work and this did not mclude travelling  time. It is taking time away from Ins official duties, she said.  Pfi^pefirf: Owneirs exe! pitpp  jnirsiies duffaE slMaii��-ri  'IE TBE Gibsons sewage outflow is pure  and harmless, it can be disdbtarged' into  the harbour at <ribsons. If it's not pure  and harmless, we don't want it discharged  at Gospel Rock." \-  i   ���_    ....   _...__...!  .. \.      j.:..__7___A  Thss is the opinion of the executive of  Council agreed to ��end a letter to the   the Gower Point Property Owners Associa-  k. *.'  ���'��� s^.3*J ^ ��'     rw��.<t&  >p:V��mf'$ piy'[m  ���-"XA^-V ��� 'ft' '&  ���v *   v/      t, -_ . i. i  I   H    K-V    mjfxMm  .*_'._l_^M___��rfJ_t.____*, -ffl^     ���/*fl  taon, as expressed: at; a meetings on Mon-,  day August 26. 7, ..:,:....���;":-:'7.'^. ������  . The .executive,; .elected' Yat Y a recent  general meeting of���������; the Association, consists' '��� of lMessrs:-Fred'' iCoriey/^'Pjresident,  Grover Snuclair, Past President; Lloyd  Elrick, Secretary-Treasurer,"' ' Raymond  Hull, Vice President, and Mre; Peter Sluis.  The Aisiajciation is concerned with  furithering .the ihterejsts .of ithe Gower  Point, area, worn the Western limits of  Giibsions VilaBe to the end of the Gower  Point Road.  Water suipsply is ah important issue: The  General meeting heard from Mr. Frank  West a detailed account of the proposed  new regional waiter system.  Zoning, to protect the residential  amenities of the district against unsightly  commcrciibl or industrial, operations���  junk-yardsYgravel-pdts, etc���is also being  considered.    ���  Gower Point residents^ like others on  the. Sunshine Coast, will i also continue to  press for improvement in the Horseshoe  Day-Langdalc f^srry service.  "You ,used to be aWe to spend an evening in Vancouver and get back the same  night," isaid Secretary-Treasurer Elrick.  "But you can't do that now."  President JCorley says, '"Our immediate  aim is to etrpnigthen the Association by  increasing ite membership. We want to  enroll aM1 property-owners wltlhin our  limits, whether they arc'residents or not.  They have cbnrmon Interests in preserving'this beautlfiiil stretch of the coast,"  APPRECIATION  Gibsons Kiwanis expressed written  thanks for. assistance from the village  Works crew.  Public appeared to be appreciative of  receatiy completed rest room in the  village which was well taken care of  durhig the holiday weekend. Aid. Peterson  reported that signs and baffles will be  ins|a)ied and now that the holiday season is over it will be closed at night; it  wastbnilt mainly for the benefit of older  people during the day. ".  .  Approval  Council approved Aid. Dixon's suggestion that slpeed limits signs be posted on  the point and on the breakwater and a  letter will be sent to Department of Tran-  Clifford Strand, hair tied in a-pony-tail,  appeared last Wednesday and elected to  stand trial by magistrate. He was charged  following an incident at Irvines Landing  August 20 at 12:05 a.m. during which members pf the RCMP entered a home occupied by a group of people described as hippies. Strand was present together with has  wife and on being searched, a plastic bag,  found later to contain marijuana, was found  in his pocket.        ���      ' .  Constable Allan de St. Remy told the  court that when questioned, Strand said he  had grown the plants among corn and tomatoes at his place of residenice. He denied  having made this admission to the police  but St. Remy's statement was supported by  another officer who had been present.  i    Speaking on behalf of Strand, Mrs. Phil-  - ���  Good prospects .  Silent hovercraft ord ered  company gets large support  GENERAL excitement at prospects of an  economical and fast hovercraft service  between ithe Sunshine Coast and West Vancouver prcfailcd at an informal gathering  last ��� Wednesday which included member-  of the press, Parks Bc^rd, p&iaetguarel Ser^  vice; councils and executives of B.C. Hovercraft Ltd. __  Among the guests from tlie Sunshine  Coast were Mayor Fred Feeney and| Clerk  Dave Johnston of Gibsons, Mr, and Mrs.  Hairy Smith of Gibsons and Times Editor  Doug Wheeler. Mayor Alec Forst was present representing Wd>t Vancouver and  , news media Jncludcd ireprcsentaition from  Rav Perrault  m  %*?^  Arretted  Constable. Gerry Horseman of Sccli- sptrilcd half hour battle before be-  elt RCMP Detachment apprehended fog   permanently    detained.    F.sh-  1his fishy looking character in lhe ing has been good Ihis past week,  vicinity of Tliormanby Island on Fri- Gariy Berdahl of Gibsons caught a  day afternoon. Falling prey to her- 28 lb. spring off Roberts Creek on  ring bait Hie 25 Ib. spring put up a Saturday morning.  SKCOTBUr and District Chamber of Commence h4�� re-schcdulcdi date of Jts  twcntjf'first annive'nsary to Scptoni'lX'rtJl'.  Considerable dllflflcnilty was experienced In  obtaining a guest ��� speaker, ��� con_eTJ'-'n1iy,  onficial date ot Scpicm'ber >U wan abandoned.     Y  '  It has! ibecn announced that former  leader of the H.C. Ubcral Part), Hay  Perrault IM. P, has agreed to at.end, Mr.  P<irr^,ult wiU come ttlrcclly from Ottawa  lo Solicit.  With seating capacity for j___noNl two  hundred, .he new Petrtnsaln Plninw Room.,  will bc completed In time for tho went  which Will Include, .a smorgasbord followed with a fir��t class variety Mow by  l��rof��ralo��al Vancouver arlW*.  Oiaunbcr president Ericbc ftenncti ��aW  Inst wctk "Ihfa la a Wg ocraaion for Iho  Chamber and we look fotnv��rd to an excellent 4urnotit*',  Still  active  in  ____3b_r^___>in> Jte&  \  Parker of Parker'�� Hardwire and Jack  Mayne. Notory Public, expect to be prc-  Benl flfl' tho only two remaining orljgin��l  members. . '  hmt euch ccliibration wa.s Jn September IS57,. the. tenth anniversary. At that  time Hon. It-bcrt Bonner Q.C, was guest  Rpeatoer, (Mr. IJonn.r was. approadicd  aKain Mi. itlmt" but reluctantly declined  due to a committment In Cflhfornla at  thai Mime,    ��� , '    ' ;' " '  A<kniss<on to the banquet. wit. be four  dollars per person and entry will '��c1l��y,  as far as Palm Desert California. Itcpre-  Bentives of B.C, Hovcrciiaft Ud. included  company president General T. J. Manning, vice-president and treasurer John C.  Jjaing, directors E. E. Kramer and H. Itie-  der. A total of approximately one hundred  were present.  Original plans were to rent the, currently available S1U.6 craft until such time  thc later near silent modelis became available next year. However inevitable delays  have held back establishment of eervlec  until December by which time it Ifl now  hoped to obtain two of the very latest  models by tfiat time. Director E. Kramer  told .he Times all terminal sites have been  aproved with exception of West Vancouver^  however, hopes are that at meeting of council this week approval will t be given for  |,the West Vancouver proposed site,  Following such approval, Mr. Laing  will Journey to Britain to personally check  on required modifications and arrange delivery of the two machines.  larger of the two craft wiU be a HM2  which carries 60 passengers at speeds of  50 mph. This larger hovercraft makes possible substantial reductions In fares which  are mow set at $2.50 frorh, Gibsons to Vancouver and including transportation to  downtown. Return fare will be $4.00. "This  said as a reaFestale- hian he too had known  Strand for about ^p/t years during which  time he bas remted'*him hopes- and had  him as a guest in his home. He too spoke  of his honest character.  Crown prosecutor Peter Butler told the  court he doubted if character, witnesses  could say anything as to whether ''the accused grew "pot" or not. He pointed out  that what has to be considered is the question of a person \ becoming .temporarily involved in snwking marijuana or premeditation. In this case the fact he had grown  it obviously prove^ premeditation.  Guilty as charged, Magistrate Charles  Mittelsteadt sentenced Mm to five months  in Oakaila after explaining that the offence carries a maximum sentence of seven! years. J  Second offender, Jack ��yr, told the  magistrate his god given name is Maya  Oatwan, he said the charge of possession  against him contained some discrepancies  but due to circumstances he would enter  a plea of guilty.  Cyr was also checked at Irvines Landing but later disappeared from the area  and was finally apprehended and brought  to court. Due to remand and indication he  wished to obtain legal representation, he  had already served one month in jail.  The prosecutor told the court Cyr had  be��n observed at Irvines Landing with o,  pouch attached to a belt around his waist.  Ito was {also seen to be in possession of a  pipe, content's of which, when analysed,  proved to be marijuana,  / In reply to questions by ihe magistrate,  Cyr said he was born up coast in B.C. in  19W and had, never been to school. He  could not recall when he had first smoked  marijuana.    '  Prosecution advised the court that poppers found On tlie accused indicated his  birth as May 1839. However, it was pointed out that merely smoking marijuana was  not as serious as growing and smoking it,  crown therefore did not seek �� heavy penalty due to the fact a month had already  been srved in .Oakaila. .  A 6entence of three montlis Jail was  therefore Imposed.  Stating he had been in Hi Gibsons area  less than two days, George Michael Rag.  Jlone, aged 20, elected to go to trial by  magistrate and entered a pleq of guilty to'  possession of marijuana. He admitted to  having a common law wife who expected  a baby within a few days.  Charge ��|rose toPowting vigilance of  Corporal Lou Biggerman of tho Gibsons  detachment who on spotting ILagllone walking past the police station called him  in  might later be reduced even more" stated  Mr.  Laing.   Full trip from   Powell  River   .'or ����o_ttoj_ng due to nature of his attire  will take two bourn as compared with thc    and appearance, When asked did he smoke  present six hours. From' Gibsons to West  Vancouver vyill take little more than twenty  minutes.  Two, films shown arrived only tho pre  vioua day 'from Britain and showed great  lipase and (simplicity wllh which the latest  soirvcnlr" prugrantiinie, shortly to be ��� avail-, >. craft operate. In that country ��uch mode  able. Chairman of the banquet cowjriit^o l of travel js now nwUnc, and Is the meawi    for threatening and another  TJoiijf Wheeler   ����k/.   that   members   who" by which many business people, workers    In ^a own defence he said  Intcwl  bdng  present contact cither Mm- '  e(_f. Jack Mayne, John Hayes or president  'Erkiie Hensch.       ( , ���>  Vhcni ^tarls with a social hour to piano  ffittrir-at -.30 p.m. _nd the date, a^aln,  , Saturday Kcptttnbcr Siet* Y. .  nml students commute.  Regarding tlio noi��e factor, pr-.vio.if_y  wme (rause of concern, Mr. Laing explain^  ed that the two machines proposed will be  quiet "In iaA tSj^y will operate with less  noise than a B.C. Ferry, lie said.  marijuana, (Jk�� acaised, replied "yes"���  abtii'd if he had puy In Ids possession ho  w>id he did not think so. After further  eucstloning he i>ullcd a number of baga containing the' narcotic from his pocket,  Court was told that Raglione, aged 20,  had two previous offences against him, ono  "for vagrancy,  he had only  smoked marijuana once as on experiment  but due to Ihe interest in it he had purch-  n��ed thc packages for reaalo in order to  make a little money,  , J_#gislrate AIMtebteadt scrrtenced Wnt  to five months In Oak&U-.  /,  , ��**��� t��m^mffi000fi040ti ��flf .|*����'infl-lnsttB��|W��0^ffl����..  ���f#HW!*>t*',   .l^tHIf^^^l,,,,  t *=..** r apM.i^t^M^ Hif'rtH. ���_')��_ ����� i^*#t�� a *s t"fti^^*i.<*��* j ��H J. \i. im ^Hj^j^wftii^jii^ *M%��!|. .^ ��f^,;' jw mi  ���^. ������>^u*ffji��-*js**?���'* ,^i*l*r**���.^^��*+��r*������� ***1_"fe.*-j"*^-*?^>�����^t��*����^h,*i��ifr^t-i-*w^>(iii*��j*B��#���fW*-����*".�������  ^.u^.fl._���.��M.^1''���'p,^' '-'  I /  V   '*   * 'f"'\ '   '  ' Y~ *>"*" ,   Y1 . ���" "-'        ..���/*.",     .6      V_Y^">    .- ,       L L        -,  ���     .*-?   .T!.^'. _f^   _v"-**^rrf��vt^*-  . *   * i -Jt-w*jf>G.rt-.^ ;-^Vl#*7'*   * 1 r _.      i   V{   ��..!. ..    �� ��� [/*     * J .'       r-   ^    >    ��. *   *       7*%'.���'y_7_t_.^ ^* v        *     ���*..*.      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PqidCimil-tion 1807  !CSubiectttAudit)r  FUiRt��SipjD TO  RE2^.~ ?2  tidrm Jioitse' in Selnia ��afc_wtf  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Une Ad-8riefs (15 wo+ds)  pne Inse'iiion ���, 1���, 50c  1_$1.Q0  ___: 10c  i"4  954841'  ...  Three .(nsiftioni  Extra lin_> (5 words).  ���M  tTHis rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  At^OHOtIC^i)AoByni<>ittsYP.O. ,,clu-ibn^$8^ per month.  '  J_fox 2M, Sechelt,3-C.TTPhone    *' Y,* ^,." ii. Y.      '������;����.��   ���������! ��� �����������������������������__-���* i ���m-M���wffr��������������������� f>  ; SPEClALfolp sale, tSlgeiEaly1 -  , ' Read    !jr^w��ie*.V Almost  j new.' Cost eyet $30lVNow .$|75.'  Phone' 885-9654. ^' .       fOll-to  rr.-. ._ .  Box Numbers.  iOc extra  5?^ 25c tfook-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Brief? not paid by  publication date.  WORK WANTED  ��� THE SUN SHINES ON *  . r + * V  Selma Park���? bedroom home  with 4'th in fuH basement. Wall  - to wall carpets. Washer, drier,  fridge and Tappan range in-  Sunnycrest^ ShoppingYCeahr��^ ^  <�����    Legal or Reader advertising 25c  *\\ ( per count line,  It  TD-LICUM   Chimney  Caves cleaned  Painting,  Service.  Real Estate '-f iHsiirance  (General and tile)  w  eluded. A-oil ^heating. Just un-  aned and repaired! der one acre Vith 112' ol wat- i^w Office arid ^a^cs^O^r ��^  gardening,    ianitor- verfront. E^lusi^ setting witti ,        (R. f. ij^h&tl ;  ' - *             way^-FuUv serviced  fertef��I^>,S1_i0p-f'inA.ljghawnteed,^^^^ F.P. $29,500. Some terms. sale of prope^from jn^phon   ^    ar^ close  to   ekekent  -.^SS" ��??!_< W'^WIS     ^^i^^^'^fti    Powell ^ver^nd^intermediate  '   i Hca^tion, l_fejacj_p^-^145,. 1968    phone 885-9332. ��� - 952842    ^y^    ->-     ; >     ���  Subjeit to, the consent of the  Public UtiUtifts Commission the  increase will.be eSectiveon or  ...... , --,-.. ir . -- ,_,���..-���-- . after November Jst, 1968.'  Level cleared lot in bay area.    : ,. Yr+Pxip���rrn���    good   ot_er.\ Ebjctriir/heater.    T��cta___s "'bf  tironbsed   diinses  Ideal building site. FuUt price ,"** *?., cU^.^_fi^ 5^_ |^Me-^^it_-4^uttet-, JO    ^&^a^^5hy5Slt  onlv^l^. "-"^       ��"1 '*      ' .dition. 25 hp liio**. 8"^-. eal .crock. Rangette floor mod-    Si^riSS%*%? *  .t  Subscription. Rates���  By maiJ/f-ninSuta area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier" ��� 50c month  8B5-21&1 or 885-_a>94.  \?j.     _.-y���  l???-tfn  CA&PteNTEII" work, attentions,  'carportsV'^etfc"   S&-23& ' or  evenings 885-94$..   "     "W4-tfn  t  COMING EVENTS   TWILIGHT THEATRE  (Gibsons)    h      ,     .  Sat., Mon.# Tue.#  Sept. H,  .$,.17  8 a.m. A -mind bending Double  Teature m/~  THE POWER  with George Hamilton and  Susanne Pleshette  EYE OF THE DEVIL  with Deborah Kerr and David  Niven  Wed., Thur., Fri.,  Sept.  18,  19, 20  STAY AWAY JOE  Starring   Elvis   Presley  (Note:   Matinee Sat., 2 pm.���  Free  draw  for  prizes,   Quick  Shake outfits, values 79c each)  Next Week:  Walt Disney's  THE HAPPIEST  MILLIONAIRE  9573-41  V/ed ding Announoeinents  I MR. J AND MRS. Roy; Taylor of  Gil .sons  are pleased to an-  * ra_iice the forthcoming marriage of -their  only   daughter,  ' Susan Jean to Mr. James Charles Rogers, j��n of Mrs. Kath-  erine  Rogers of Burnaby and  ii Mr. Leslie Rogers of Canim  Lake,, B.C. The wedding will  take place ^ Saturday. October  57l968at'1:3,0 p.m. ih St. Mark  Anglican Church, Vancouver,  B.C. 9569-41  CARD OF THANKS  MY  SINCEiRE   thanks   to  the  many friends wtio, sent cards  arid yisited; during my stay in  the  hospital.  ���Mary  Leeman.  ^ 9567-41  I SINCERELY wish to thank  Dr. Stuart for his care and  attention to Captain John, also  to staff; ot St, Mary's, Hospital.  ���Elenori Bunyan. '       956841  MANY thanks to the staff of  St.  Mary's Hospital, and all  those who sent cards and flowers.  ���Mrs,  Alice Batchelor,  9559-41  SINCERE thanks to Dr. W.  Burtnick; Nurse Landau and  the staff of St. Mary's Hospital  for their kind service ���Mrs.  Anne Evans. 9541-41  I WISH to sincerely thank Dr.  W. Burtnick,, Dr. Crosby and  the staff of St. Mary's Hospital  for their haste in the treatment  of Richard Niall ���Alice Nlall  and  family, 9549-41  OBITUARY  HANDYMAN, capiat 'maker,  < will do odd. jobs/Reasonable.  Ph. 886-9902"    " -   ~7.����tfn  , LiGHT work required by res-  "pmsible woman. Ph. 885-9508  evenings. 9545-43  ^1 ��� I I ��� I ���!���--���_-��������������� ��!������   Ill    .."TIM  VERNON & SON'    '  BULLDOZING  (formerly A. E, Ratchey)  Land Clearing with cl_aring  h\ade - Grading and   r  Excavating!,  Competent (Work,' service  and satisfaction  guaranteed.  Phone 886-2887  1555-tfn  WANTED  WILL    purchase    patches    of  standing* timber.  Phone 886-  2459. 1681-tfn  DOES   1anyone   commute    to  Vancouver daily and wan�� a  passenger? Phone collect, Vancouver 299-2039. 9543-41  1 OR 2 BDRM house,  village  water, all conveniences, near  shopping area. Gibsons or Sechelt. Ph. 985-5608. 9542-41  OLD fashioned wall telephone.  Crank type. Phone collect to  Whitcroft, Regent 8-7165 or Regent 8-3536. 1944-41  HELP WANTED  IS there a retired gent in Gibsons area, accustomed to  business of a confidential nature \ who would like to work a  few hours daily. Typing an asset but not a necessity.- Reply  to Box 8547 Times. 8547-41  RECEPTIONIST ��� Typist for  confidential' business.   Accu-"  , racy in typing essential., Reply  in own handwriting to Box 8548  Times.     ' 8548-41  SALAL WANTED  Top price paid. Good quality  required. Contact J. M. Hayes,  Reed Moss" & Fern, Sechelt,  885-9313. 9532-tfn  FOR RENT  HALL for  rent, Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Glen Phillips. 885-2183: 1095-tfn  FULLY   furnished   1   bedroom  cottage for rent,. $60 per month plus utilities.  Mission Point  Motel. Ph. 885-9565. 95_4-tfn  FURNISHpp 2 bedroom waterfront  cottage,   West   Sechelt.  Phone Finlay Realty Ltd. &86-  9900, ?523-40  PORPOISE Bay: 1 bedrom furnished cottage, on beach,  clean and warm, toilet and  shower. Phono 883-2289 after 4  p.m. 9571-41  BUILDING SUPPLIES  .: ���_ ,V ,- Vi���_J..,'.';,,_, -,.  GIBSONS    Building fl Supplies   ,   waterfront:   Offer   one' To list or purchase e-aUbow���..'     *   yy v - s.^rf   88S.2642,  Gib_bn|;:B.C.  acre  with: wjlfimshed  3  bed-   Our experienced ^alesine^ are ^ MIDD^EPpINT--* acres close   Qdal|ty Ready-mii��jct ?��i_crete  robin cottage.'$17,009.        ' '      at your service...'  -       to sfeltered bay'with beach" arid   Serving tbe area ��r'2&%years  1 886-2481  '  " -     -' boat ��� launching,    �����M ��� -~-    ' ���' " fl,,*Ma-  $4750.       \   v i  Porpoise   Bay���112'   of   sandy - ^ Te^Ff^��- ��� - ' beach: ifWl^ftrice $2259.  beach', "waterfront:   Cfwer^ on��' To list or mirchase caU bow���_.'     *   -*-.^ -' >  il. 'Ota. Ph. 885-2205 after 6 Motor,^^^ t  pm or^at-^iwon.    * .9564-42 Any objection to this apphea-   1 YjY liY.j   "\ ��� tionm^yjbe made to4he Super-  USEDi oil range, $��.95; lM[offat ititendent df^Mdtor  Carriers,  ^electrfc  r^e  ^49.95;^ <&?sy, 1740 West Georgia Street, Van-  Spirat_itor tvasher, $29.95; used couver, B.C. up to September  WILIX)UGHBY ��� Suddenly on  Septcm,ber 6, 19C8, Roland D.  Willoughby of Gibsons, B.C. ag-  ed 84 years. Survived by tvv]o  dauglitcrs Mrs. G. (Hilda) McCulloch of Gibsons and Mrs, B.  (Mary) Brimcombo of Stuart  ^ Island, B.C., one son Roland,  Terrace, B.C. three grandchild-  ren and six great grandchildren. Graveside service was held  Monday, September 9th from  Campbell llivcr Cemetery. Rev,  Trevor Williams officiated. Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C. directors. / .9565-41  PERSONAL  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5x7 SIZE, 1.25 EACH  B (name aubject) ��� 1.00 each  12 (aarao subject) ...   .90 each  BxlO filZE, 2.00 EACH  6 (same subject) ... 1.50 each  12 (same subject) .... 1.23 eaeh  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  HALFMOON Bay, 5 room house  for rent. Ph. 885-9432.  9554-43  CENTRAL Sechelt ��� Large 3  bedroom milte, W-W carpets,  hall iand Lit, Elec, heat, stove  and fridge, washer and dryer  for use of tenants, Car port in  rear, $135, Ph. 885-9366 after 5  p.m. 9555-41  ROBERTS Creek waterfront  home, one bedroom plus utility room, completely furnished,  oil stove, fireplace, largo refrigerator, full plumbing. Reasonable to responsible party.  Please phone 880-7006 weekends  or H2-266.UJ15 (Vancouver)  weekdays. 9547-41  ONE  bedroom,  fully  ftinriishcd  ami    cqulpj>cd    cottage   o n  beach   at   Mission  Point.   Now  available,   922 MM,   West   Van,  054043  W. ._,.,������.������. I���-   T.l������.,,. -HI. ���,���,1. !���__�����_--��� --       H  WANTED TO RENT  , __���, 1���,   TEACHING couple (no children)' acvk reasonably firlc<\l  unfunilshrtl acrnmmodntlon,  year round In Sechelt area. Wa-  lerfont   jrrefcrn.1.   Crane   8H5-  MK). tan-it  Sechelt ��� Close  in.   Rockery, w  jjlanters, shake roof, A-oil hea-'  ting, full basement. Large living room with fireplace, 2 bedrooms, hardwood floors. $18,900. .  165' of unrestricted view waterfront with the finest sandy  beach. 2 bedroom home that is  a'delight'to show. '$38,000.  Immaculafe ��� Quarter acre  fenced and in lawns, walks,  flowers, shrubs, .and patios. 3  bedroom house, garage and outbuildings. Near schools, beach,  and stores. $21,000.  U.L.A. Porpoise Bay���1.6 acres  with 100' waterfront. 3 bedroom  house with A/oil heating. About  Vz acre cleared. $19,500.  Large lot, Selma Park, $2800.  Good terms.  H. Gregory 885-9392  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Sechj-lt, B.C.  8584-tfn  K. BUTLlER REALTY  SECHELT: Ovjer 1 acre on fine  beach. Excellent 3 Bdrm. {am:  ily nome in attractive surroundings." -Spacious L. R*. "features  ash paneling and full view im-"  dows. Lge. dining room adjoins  step-saver kitlphen. Lge. carport. Your offer close to $15,-  000. down.  ROBERTS CREEK: The cream  of dream homes! Cozy 2 Bdrm.  cottage on over 5 ac, Bright  kitchen nicely appointed, nice  living room. Lge. arbimte van-"  ity bathroom. Unfinished guest  house, garage. Some view Attractive' terms on $16,000.  SOME REASONABLY PRICED  SMALL HOLDING AVAILABLE  GOWER POINT: Enjoy privacy  without isolation on this V_ ac.  IW/F park. Delightful yeqr  round 5 room cottage features  attractive living room' with fireplace. Convenient all electric  kitchen, and dining qfea. Workshop and gafcage. A-oil heat.  Details on request.  GIBSONS: Low down payment  on $8000. full price. Neat 4  room cottage in convenient location. Cflose shops, beach etc.  $250. down and $25.00 per month can buy choice view lot in  Village.  Delightful . room cottage on  view lot. Ideal for retired couple. Small but attractive garden. Easy terms on $11,800.  FOR THE GROWING FAMILY!  Don't hesitate to view this charming 3 bdrm. home on double  lot. The spacious living room  features, deep pile W/W and  fireplace. Convenient cab. kitchen, full bsmt, A-oil hclat,  dble gariage. Neat grounds,  close to Schools and shopping.  Attractive terms.  FuE�� price  -__4e-ttn...  TRAVEL  xr..  90-tfii  Ey/ARTisAcMYNNr>   ���,  REALTY &^N_.UltANCEv]  Notary Pablur ~  Member ,-   '  Vancouver ��Real * Sstate > Board  Multiple lasting* Service  PHONE _8��2248 "' -   *  COUNTRY HOMEY3 bdrm, W-  nace heated, "tm *ower .2 .acres,  handy   to   beach !^nd - \iHage...  $6,000 down on $15,(W��._  $2,000 buys 2 view lotsYwith  135' front on convenient 'quiet  street. ',  $7^00 or nearest offer for sound  2 bdrm home on large lot Half  cash preferred. School handy.  $6,000 down gives possession of  lage revenue view home,"convenient location. Excellent", family residence. See us about  terms.  Beautiful view lot landscaped,  one short lot from beach with  well planned home- (some- finishing required) can. be yours  for $4,000 down. Full price only  $19,500. Large living room 20*30  open plan dining-Mlcheix, . built  in range, heavy duty wiring, A-  oil furnace. 1 finished, .2 mifin-  _, i^ed bedrooms, iecjan.JExcel;  lent residential -area.  r  WATERFRONT HOME, level  to sea in quiet sheltered area  Basement, A-oil furnace, most  compact planning, furnished.  Also guest cottage on landscaped lot. 1RL. Full asking price  $20,000, half down.  Tty ' $3,000 down on attractive  home close in. Has carport and  greenhouse on IVi acres. Living  room', kitchen, l bdrm and bath  6n main-floor. Full basement.  Full price $12,000.  Modern comfortable 3 bdrm  view home dn'_ acre cleared  lot. Electric heat,.ample water  supply. Close to sea anb\ blacktop road. Conv. to bus. $6,000  down ori $18,000 full price. Good  terms.  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Fully       .serviced, beautifully -treed,' wa-r  poR aJ1 ^avei inforniation^nd " barrels, and stand, $60. "Also 5'  TV, 2 years old, new set warranty, $199.9?."Parker's Hand-",  ware," SechelL     '   ' :9570-tfn  1 > ������  MEDIUM size oil space heater,  good   condition,   includes   2  terfront "and semi-waterfront  Jots iiLtl^-Sfenic.harbpur with  year-round boating and fishing.'  Priced .from $&50O to $6500)  'SAKtNAW 'i&KE-rYour 'choice  of 2 lalrefrobt-lots on'this beau-  t__d 6 mile long lake.* _Easy access via(.lee!s Bay. Easy terpxs  available. FiOJi price $4250-^ch.  For these and^ other choice pro-  . perties on the Sunshine Coast  contact Frank Lewis' or Morton  Mackay at-our Gibsons office,  885-9900. '     '  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  .  Gibsons and Burquitlam  " 8544-39  TRAILERS  FOR SALE  30 FT. (ANDJERSON)  TRAILER  Very Clean $2,350  Ab Haddock," Madeira Park.  ._  Phone 883-2440.  1939-40  r bobkings, Ma^g^ret'MacKenzie (local rep.), E&toa's Where  To Go' Travel, 886-2231, Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza, Gibsons.  -"-.  .   ���  x i591-tfn  PETS  , ^  GOOD home wanted fori male.   ���,    ^ut'soKMn  Jand"l female Siamese-Persian '*%> WLtWS-gm.  cross kittens. ��� Phone 886-9609.  9561-41  portable baseboard electric  heater with thermostat, as1 new,  $35. 885-9460-rffce* 5 P-to.  9560-41  i ONLY', '^Sunshine Parts Bins  ' 7*x3V$25 eac&, l only *'Sun-  shine" Parts Bin '4' 6"xS', $15.  j^bhly hon-coanmercial,'gas met-  " " 955841  30, 1968.'  Signed:     �� i  -   Sechelt Motor Transport  Ltd.  9562-Pub. Sept. 11, 1968  LEGAL  NOTICES  YOU will ne^er be lonely again  " with a toy {pr small miniature  poodle puppy; Regd and innoc-  ulated, from $50. New litter of  black toy miniature pups, six  weeks,   $75." !Also  experienced  clipping. 885-9797.  956641  NORWEGIAN- Elkhound   pup-  pies," championship 'stock. S.  Langman,   Gen.   DeL,   Powell  River or phone 485-6818.   194041  LOST  KODAK Retumette camera,  brown case,,lost on Frances  Peninsula Rd. rRewaid offered.  Ph. 437-3510 Collect or contact  Times ofice.,'.' 955743  OAK desk for sale. Good condition,' $15.  Ph.~ 885-9772.-     .  "  955641  .-.-.. . ii ������_������ Wi.ilH e*��� ��� I- ���'    ���  PERFECT for rumpus or living room, Franklin fireplace,  in excellent condition. Ph. 885-  2292. ���    ' 954441  MARINE ACCESSORIES  f Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  LAND ACT        t  Notice of' Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver (Trail Bay) and  situate in the vicinity of DL  1379.  Take notice Melvin Kero of  Vancouver, occupation school  teacher intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 660' N, then 330' E of tfae SE  corner of DL 1379, thence 660'  N; thence 330' E; thence 660' S,  thence 330' W, and containing  five (5) acres, more or less,  for  the  purpose of  homesite  Dated July 30, 1968.   - -Y  : lease."'' ���-���^������������<:--^ ��� ^x^xx-'X-^,,^.  2332 West Keith Road,  North Vancouver...  Aug. 21> 1968.  _w  E. McMynn  Do1 Wortrnon  i. Worn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  Only $500, down on full price  $1800. for level 6S'xl30' lot. excellent location.  LOOKING FOR SOMETHING  OUT OF THE ORDINARY! Let  us show you this custom built,  5 room (view home. . S|_ic.oua'  living and dining room hap ceiling to floor view windows awl  the W/W carpet extends through  hall and both bedrooms. Gleam-  Jng tile bathroom features enclosed tub and vanity baaln.  i/ovoly minny cab, kitchen and  utility goes with fixtures intact.  Crarage and guest room. Attractive   tcrma   on  $27,500.,  Seaside playground  enjoys good season  SEASIDE PjLAYGROUND activities closed  - Wednesday "August 28th. with a very  successful Wild West carnival held in the  Community hall in the evening.  Parents and children enjoyed an evening of novelty games, cra!��t display, fortune telling, horror chamber, and a paint  iriYA slave auction was an added feature.  Money received from the carnival will be  used to start out next years programme.  During the eyening a presentation was  made" to-the instructor Janette Heyman by  the children in appreciation of her / Cine  leadership,, during the programme.  During the summer a weekly event was  held, events f onsjsted of Sand Castle building. Comic RooJk: Auction, Swim Meet, Pea-  nut Hiirit, Diiia.faur fegg hunt (Water-  meflon), a triji to Stanley Park and a body  painj in. These special ev.ents proved Very  ; successful ''and 'were greatly enjoyed! by>  the cMMreii.  ' C* (August 26 and 27 the swimming  examiner was in Port Mellon to finalize  theYswiin instruction for the summer,  paisiseswere as follows.  Passed bronze royal life saving; Susan  Ferris, (Angela Willis, Mrs. Ruth Weston,  Wrs. L. Girard. i  Passed intermediate life saving: Debbie  Willis. ; Y  ' ��� Hcd Cross seniors passed: Valerie Ene-  mark, Jackie Klausen, Jon Rudolph.  , ; (Inter^nediates:   Cindy  Frykas,  Beverly  Ferris,  Canaille, Turnek,  Kathy  Deaton,  I>oug Taylor.  Junior: Ida Henderson, Laurie Weston,  Meen Osa, 'Ronnie Girard, Eric HanscnA  Fred Love.  Beginners passed: Ann Inglis, Jackie  Inglis,' Donald Turcnne, Gary Enemark,  David TuWnnc, Hugh Duffy, Keith Weston,  Marie Handcrison, Dennis Stevenson, Bruce  Hansen, Joey Boser,  Prc-lbcginnfcn. In categories Btrokcrs  passed to beginners: Danny Girard, James  R.F. Kennett  .   i;7i.  dsohs weatner repor  -^_,-.-~^-* **     ***    * ��__��� ������'i"i-Y"     vl"'"  11  GIBSONS    weatherman  Kennett  Box 238, Gibsons, G.C.  95C3-41  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 681-9700 collect, 24 hr. service or 736-9171  Main Office, 2696 Granville St.  ISLAND���App. 1 acre, 2 cottages, water and elec. Pender  Harbour. $5,000 down asked.  MLS.  RETIREMENT REVENUE -  Sechelt area, waterfront I.It.  4 suites on beach, 2 bdrms &  1 bdrm, rented year round. Full  price (��16,000 easy terms, MI*S.  REDROOFFS, H A tFMOON  BAYr���2 bdrm bungalow, well  water, oil heat, lot 100x671.  Sign on road, MLS. Offers considered. Asking $12,500 FP.  MADEIRA PARK AREA ��� On*7 'inglis,' Ufiha", Osa,   Laurie   Boriey,   Dean  high side Sunshine Coast Hwy.,    Pclky.,,'.''.  Floaters   passed   to   istrokcrs:    I_ynn  Kennedy, Kathy Boser, Tod Tuba.  Splashers   passed   to  floaters:   Glynnla  Pavlesi Ricky McDougaH, Allan" Carroll.  ,,^reveals,-a total of 4.45".of>rain for last  August compared to a normal of 2 6i" and  an'extreme in 1982 of 5!52". Report in full  for lhe area follows;  .   ,-  . -  * ^ Total Rainfall: August '68 4.45"; August  Normal 2.61"; August' Extremes 5.52"  <-19yo2),  .09" <1967).  '-.'Wettest Dayf 1^18" <26th); August Normal .86"; August Extremes 1.74" (19G2).  .    Days with Rain: August '68 13; August  luminal 7; August 'Extremes 15 (1982).  '.;, :'j 'Mghesi. '.JTeimperjrtiiriE:*:: August  _88  84'  <9tli);   ,; August     Nofmal     83;  '.Extremes 90. <1S��e5>..    ':."'  ; ;��� :7 Lowest' JTemperaturc:   August  CVSHk)',     Atrgust    Normal    47;  Exitremes"42 (ilflfel). - ���'���'  '   ijilean   Temperature:   August  August Normal 62;  August Extremes- 66  (1957).  :,' :-��� 7-7-7...;: .-.-% y,;,y. yy.-1  Sunny sides and Warm weatherfc dominated the first half of August giving way  to abundant rainfall for the last half of  the month resulting in' neaif -record rainfall. August 26th wasi oneef, the wettest  days on record. Temperatures ranged very  near the normal figures. ~   '.  'AugtiBt  '68   48  August  ���68   60;  ANGLICAN CHUjRCH  SAINT HILDA'S^-SECHEllT  8:00 o.m. Every Sundoy  9:30 a.m. C_>urch Sdwol   ���  11:00 a.m. 2nd- 4th/ 5th Silndays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays, i  Services held regularly ������>  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For inf6rmat.on ptione 885r9793  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. Hilda's  \^  5 acres, one cottage, community   water.   Adjacent   turn   off ���  Frances Peninsula. Only $10;700  with terms. MLS,  I        SEC MELT AGEWCBES 1DATE PA��  ��� This free reminder ofxomlna events 1$ a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phone Peninsula Times direct for free 'listings," specifying ';Ddto  Pod". Please note that space is limited 6nd some advance dates' may  have to wlalt their turn; also that this Is a "reminder'^ listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  Sept. 11���-8 "p.m. Mrs. Joyce, farewell's res. Sechelt. Meeting Sechelt  Girl Guide Assn. r-  Kay  Butler  Ron.  McSavaney  E<1. Butler  Don. Tait  ���. 886-2000  ��� 8fW-9f>5fl  ��� R80-2000  ��� 883-2284  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Cibsons, B.C.  Phone R8O-Z0O0  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  95SM0  GOWER POINT ROAD-5 ac.  res, $8,000, excellent holdlrif-  property, $3,000 down. AikI 1  mere subdivided adjacent, $700  down, with road access, $2,WW  FP, MLS.  GIBSONS ��� waterfront Jo.,  Shoal I_ookout. Priced $fl!7Wi.  Offers,  Owner says sell.  MLS.  Also executive home on Burns  Road. Custom designed for the  most discriminating family  home, 3 bed*, the best of terms  only  $20,000,  We need acreage, plwno Mr.  Good for fast service. We trade  properties. |  681-9700 or 736-9171  BLOCK BROS.  fipTHIEIL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVIC-: -ECH-LT  Sunday School -  Charts, jerrlca ���  10;0O a.m.  -17:15 a.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You arc Invited to attend any or eoch service  Sept, 12-7-1:30 p.m. Health Centre, Gibsons. Gibsons Hosp. iJVux. Meet. ,  Sept. 12���2 p.m. St. Hilda's Parish Hall, Sechelt Hosp. Aux. Meetly.  Sept. 14���8 p.m. Elphinstone Auditorium. Graduation Ceremony.  Sept.   16���8 p.m. Garden Bay Confcrerico Centre, General  Meeting  Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce. Everyone welcome.'  Sept. 1^?���1:30 p.m.j Sechelt Legion Hall, O.A.P.O. General Meeting,  Sept. 20���Deadline for appeal in respect of school board voter's llsf.  ; . "Make sure, you have a vote."  Sepf. 21-ry-Scchelt Chamber of Commerce, 21st Annual Banquet.  Sept. 2?���-From 10 a.m. School Board Office, Gibsons. Court of Revision .  x\ to porrcct voters' fist. ' ���<���,..        Sept. 24���2:30 - 4:30 and 6:30 - 8 p.m. Secbelt Legion Hall. Blood  Donor Clinic. ' Y '��� - ,       A1^!  Sept.  29���Timber Troll  Riding Club Gymkhana.   Behind  Sunnycrest  ;      Plara, Gibsons. -..';,'  ASK IOR FREE CATALOGUE Of PROPERTY  M-Silp&a Ustleg(SeM��-  Vmeattver Rtpsi EsJ-Sf -  .. Momtd <  REAL ESTATE"  INSURANCES  3531-11  SUNSHINE COAST  GpSPfl CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Ctiurdi ServJco 11:15 a.m.  EVcittag Serrko 7:20 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  ,   pavii Bay Road and Arbutus  (1 fc'n<fc�� up from Hlghwaj)  .,���!,,, ���,._������,.������.�����.,���������. .... ,,-^^m_j_^->   *  h  W..lf^��,^    _��� Tlqplx   l"*<1 Qt4)f*tHt  ���*fWi. 4.<r\ & ��t����| *.<%,*.��i ."i����i�� t^ffw*m��*"w i* *jm"p*"mr* h^jphik    1!1S.^.1,^.s" pj8*w(*!f��nr'i_>��^��W(i.^~��_ * ^ -*i �� * " *" ���J_��u.itliHll_A'M*te--Ji���j):-<v' ^iffi^^HtWyaaWtf.  >r ���   ���',     ,, ' '    '. .   ll  fc  Fri��teiy i^ligtit SPICIM  ,   ���   ''V,   x  .  < I,        ', j < >  Fob* gteseroatio-is Fleas�� Pfcoroe  M  .1  I  J'  :  i  s  I  1  ��t&-25__0-!__^^  Sk/ie/f:JN��^; Notes  ./'J  ROBERT FtatMm, son oi _4ir.! a��4 Mrs. C% Ghosi Town.     , ' ,    ,     /, DO YOU wish to <leaTB to write a maga- > av^wo^iia^c of C&mpbeH's Variety Store,  * jyoi-nan Franklin of wesv Secbelt bas     ' Mr. and Mrs. F. FUUer and family have.   . zine ett3x3e_for profit,- sell in a retail   vrafl tead. a course in retail selling. JMs as   left'__-rSy__eyYN_vat Scotia ta^tt^P^- <*�� iflB^^l0~T/i^tiSM-i_irtoi_T!_isa_% Point.   ����e, or~run a~m__l_gntoacS_oe?7Thett;  one ori&ecources specially designed by tbe ^  Canadian Coast Guard College'as "__. officer       Consrat|_al|oiis to Mr. and Mrs, George    **Sh _P for nigbt school1.    -   ,     , ���'   v < .   "  cadet ��   ' ' v  "     -��� V   I >   " / ' ��� Adams of *Seche_t who��� celebrated their       "The teaching of thfese skMs and many  ��� Sr_��--i _-_-R-%7 S K?5S,S3MfiE?_S: parts'' -*�� J-1*- *-  Si ���*m ,m d��k^2n__K   jtadude   edatripta Porpoise Bay through the   a^gf, ��J Mstrjw* a course m magazine  ^n^a^n^^-^S-JTS^   SkookShuck to Pender Harbour. ��We ��rta��:�� EMnnstone,Secondary.  J  P%h/J \  EJ[��_tIS@S '  SaSurday,  September 14,1968  8:00 P.M.  I  I  ELPHINSTONE  AUDITORIUM  ALL WELCOME  labour relations and other fields related to  the anodern marine world, -    ' . y .  ���Eh�� college is located at Pt. Edward on  the south arm of the harbour at Sydney.  All cadets have a period of sea training.  Congratulations" to "Robbie', as only two  cadets are chosen from _a_h province  every year and best wishes tor his future.  SUCCESS  Miss Mary Rita Gross, daughter of Mr  and Mrs. Phil Gross has been succssful  in winning a government sdiolarship and is  off to Nelson, B.C. where she will attend  Notre Dame University.  IN BRIEF  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary will 'be happy  to welcome new members at their meeting  in St. Hilda's Hall ofl Thursday.  Mrs. A. Johnston is in Vaaqcouver for a  few days. > ,  Mrs. Marion Cook accompanied by  daughter Shirley spent an enjoyable ten  days at Whitehorse visiting with sisters,  Mrs. P. DeWolfe and Mrs. L. Paquett. The  travelers visited Otter Falls, Haines Junction and Haines,Aiaska stopping in at Silver  Mrs. M. livesey of Selma Park had her  son Jim from Vancouver as her guest over  the holiday (weekend.  Mrs. Schmidte and family have taken up  residence in 4he Loneberg home in West  Secbelt. Mrs. Schmidte is the new Lab.  Technician at'St Mary's Hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunn with Karen and  David spent a week at their summer home  on Seaview Lane.  Mr. and Mrs. Molina of Walnut Grove,  California visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parker on fhe weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. Karl Van Spngen have  returned home after a three week vacation  to Edmonton and Banff National Park.  Ctpt. John Bunyan is rported to be recovering from a fall while painting ihe  ��J3>gf of his home at Davis Bay. No bones  were broken when he landed on both heels  but he will probably be out of commission  for a week or more.  federal government. It will be fallowed  by,a course in retail management ir�� the  spring..  _;The new  adult education programme  ���will offer, not only these classes but a wide  variety ��~ classes dn academic, vocational,  home,  .arts,   arts,   hobby   and   general  interest subjects. A __m programme will  .       begin in eariy Oeitolber.  ���Mr. Bud Insley,- Port Mellon journey- . . "Ernes, dates, course location, Sees, and  manr machinist, will instruct {Students in' * instructors,   will Ibe  advertised  in  nexit  lhe basic fundamentals of machine shop -' weeks paper. Watch the Peninsula Times  practices, at Elphinstone. ,�� for advertisement Brochures will be dis-  In Sechelt, air. Neil Campbell, owner   tributed*.  f /  The Rio de Janeiro fire department rushed to put out a fire it later blamed on  "���total disregard for the tmosit elementary  rules of fire (protection." The blaze erupted  at the Fire Prevention Institute.  &RANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  a I *  Every Wednesday  886-2248  TASELLA SHOPP  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Diol 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  fine Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  Per Take Out Orders Phone 886-2433  Telephone 386-2069 ,_  '      HOSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Graodyiew Aye.  '   P.O. Sox 62, Gibsons, B.C.  v      L & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Wort-  Screened Cement Gravel -Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 > Sechelt  MADEIRA MARINA  Maddra Parle, B.C.  four OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  , j,   �����   ���    ' '���  �����'��� ������������������-����������� i ���_.ii.����-i��i*. ������ ,      i i   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkfn, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  '        Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  _-    _  Tailored Suits    by Drapeshire  Work and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Timex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine - Phone 886-2116  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower Pt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ono Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Scori-rr - Phone ��86-2642  LEN WRAY'5 TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phone 886-2442 - Gibsotis, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  .    ESSO OIL FURNACES  ,_       Klo down payment - Bank interest -  \ ' Ten years to pay \  \   Complete line of appliances \  For free estimate���Coll 88641728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Diol 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIAAATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Copt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  BCyVTSALES  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured .  Happenings Around Elphie  ----~-----~- ���|,y fok g0yes OIM| Marilyn Hopkins  TUESDAY anorning, September 3rd, was  the start of anotiier year at Elphie. Many  now faces appeared; about 160 grade  eights, new teachers, new students, and  former teachers. We're really glad to welcome (back (Mr. Montgomery, Vice^principal  who spent a year in the Interior, and Miss  Lewis of tiie Home Economics Department.  At our first assembly, held on Tuesday  morning iMr. Potter welcomed back all  the students after which the classes were  sorted out. This year there seems to ibe the  largest number of classes; with six grade  eight and nine classes, five grade tens,  four grade elevens, but only itwo grade  twelves. Also this year, Elphie is running  an eight day week, with forty periods. Tbis  allows most of the seniors a study block,  as they are required to carry at a minimum seven subjects in both grade eleven  and twelve, and also allows them to possibly pick up extra course or ones they  have to repeat.  On the 14th of September, our 67/68  grade twelves are having their graduation  ceremonies. They will start at 8.00 p.on.  in Elphie's auditorium. Everyone is welcome to attend. On Friday, the present  grade twelves held a meeting to elect a  class president and secretary. John Barnes  and Sandra Parsons 'have the honors. This  week (the students will be busy planning  .and making the stage decorations for our  grads.  Finally' after waiting so long, our Commercial and Electricity wings were completed. The Commercial wing is arranged  -touch like that of an office. Elphinstone  should be back to normal this week with  the new timetable runniiig smoothly.  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechelt, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ���- TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAWNG  9 o.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesd-y-Sattti-oy  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - JUSTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE ,  DRAPERIES,   ,    '.T /     ^  Phone 886-2873 after _��� p.m.  UNSHINE AUTO CLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  ilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  i      THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  n  ~ym.  fi���: Does your laundry day seem "end-  priced rmi less"?"if does'you need a 'eMast  Frigidaire Laundry Pair. Automatic  Dryer - Jet Action Washer.  At your Authorized  FRIGIDAIRE DEALER  in Sechelt. -'  i, i_*_*c��*1  ��� Il S Stales an& Servke  Cowrie Street, Sechelt Phone 885-9713  V  B.C. HYDRO PRESENTS  Bernlna & Omega  Sales, Ports, Service  Phono 886-2664  R.R. 1 Gibsons  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gor't Licenced and Bonded  Scrvlna tho Sun&lilno  Coonf.  Offers security-  check patrol to ��utt you.  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. 885-9737 fUynoer Block, Sechelt  or Ph.  833-2688,  Pox 43, Sechelt.  UNSHINE  EWING  1 ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON AU, MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havieo -805-9740  HOWE SOUND 51015c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons -886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  m " Il- ���' 'iiwpHMi��i��i..iiiiwil��iiiii��H'��i��inii'..>n.mwini i.i urn��� ���  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  j Industrial Wiring  i     Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  ��� ���     ' " ������ �������������.��� ���--. ��� I I   II   ��� 1.1. Mil . IH. ��� 11 ���!.!!.������������>    I   11 I I . |H    ,   M ft* Sign ef tta Qmwmm  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop'���Arc and Acty Weldlnb  Steel Fabricating ��� Marina Woya  Automotive and Marina Repair*  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       tU_. 006-995&. e@ft.93aa  R. H. (BOB) CARRUTHERS  Oil Stoves and Heaters  Cleaned and Serviced I  Port Mellon to Earl's Cove  Gibsons, B.C. ��� PfttBw'886-9354  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Sjnger Sewing Machine Deoler  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMP..INS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  txperts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone, 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  ������'"-"��� ��� ��"���"������ ��� ���'"������ .���������^..ifi- ���"'        ���   Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT   Phone 885-2062 )  ROY St WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Sccholt  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  Y  i  .*__^v  nil * rA/ iv* -' ���v\ '%  ���lit r-  ���ifc*  '��S��M__^^lrf  TIMES  Sechelt���005-9654  CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  PLUMBING REPAIRS  Installing Fixtures  Free estimates - Phone dnylimo  GEO. FAWKES  ��85-2100 - Sechelt, B.C.  loaern eiectric uwm  Come aboard! this exhibition on wheels is absolutely free, open  \ P  to everyone with an intereU in home improvement through better electric  living. Displays, working models, slide shows, and demonstrations  you can rumyowself... all combine to show you that the '  good life is electric. You'll pick up tips on wiring and kitchen planning, seo  and hear about tho latest bright ideas on lamps and lighting. Visit  Medallion Showcaso '68.. .(seo how tho Medallion Standard of electrical excellenco  makes it possible for you to live better electrically,  aa hydro  ON DISPLAY AT:  DATES  SECHELT���Tue.,  September  17  10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ot D.C. Hydro Ofllco  GIBSONS���Wed., September 18  I  12 noon to 0 p.m.  Sunnyctie��t Shopping Plasa  .  ,h  \  ,��WIM��WP*'*1 *.����������**"?.��  1 irtwfi i��" taa. w>,/it*4*f*nf.i4, m+��t  'bjwWWW'** rHTW*_*-w**w��|i'i*~ WMW_r��w|^m  ��i|i*n��>flMW.tf*.��-�� H(^fciWTm._i��-����_*��*  ���^BWUItj-" .MS* IT,  l^lf Peni^s-lg:,TfW?_f ~ y?ei$f*Aoy, Sefifrpherlf, 1��8g  4��<Xt<  ������gWz��gR$��  ���^  ^_^i_ii__^i.i.^li_fi.__i  IhbJr_-1TOpiii_i_  ^��t&lW$$��$2  ^v^tfW^"7?^?^^^^  "J may  be wrong, but I shall not bk io Mom ai to fcal to say whai I believe to be right.  ,<"..       /    >   ���v   'Yf /    -���Y v*      ,-   * *     Y-* * -���loin* ArtcM  Stewart B, ALsgabd, Vublisher  F-.QM.tun- tQ time the pre$�� geti be- ,the s^me time, therejjp pita)it* Vg  sieged with telephone calls |rom tesi- many of these supposedly worthy orgam  is Ikb have verf good cause to be ?x-   zations paymg substantialjg���J^te  dents  3As~ wpgtod out in tbep^K pauses peopleare expected to give  Cnei to be multiplying rach yea? and it vices free y for the lions' share of the pro  fhS'O.-S^Wbi founk j# why should no| dedicated^ workpn  ^&dTtheCds^Jnmostc3ses, be found to give their �������*��*  ^genuinely ne-ded.                *. P* administrative s|de. This 1$ by fat flu  ,       8^ui4i-}J!        ���                                         . ,   c ^ rf fte tw<> .obs ^ d(jes not carf.  Unfortunately with the good comes ^ hafd work experienced b_  the bad arid .while deserving fcrganiza- Avassers  .tions grow in numbers it is a.- siutv bet .. ^ ^^ investigation into the ma-  fhose of a que^qpable nature m f*>; chmety i^^ Some of the groups would  'blossoming i forth. Consequence is. that ^^ ^       ^ m that only a sp?a]i  ^m^^���^^^J^S^ percentage of f��n# collected  actHall>  ppidlyieachmgthelimitof^his-pAuence. ��::    source for which they wen  4     In two days last week no less -hail fitted!' "  live fund raising organiz^jops, .sqjight ,      SQme form 0f central agency is, of  /Times publicity supporting ^cunent^and c5ur5^ probably the best solution, am*  proposed, canvasses.    To backjhis up 0rte whiph \yould carefully scrutipize each  tfoee'paid-representatives pad personal organisation  and its Workings. Funds  would'then be administered according to  /��  ./_,/ff��* $WZ Wit ttftf   .   J F*  {cm  004*0  $ n  n Qt  ���J  ���V  ���aMMMcDt  * x*j_w_ii^a-.s|a  iiwi&  _*��/_����_!  jreP 04*.  TS  ��'.��<  ���>*-> '"taffr*  * Jt  \>  4  V*  /-  *������_**__.  /  visits to express enthusiastic-appreciation  for past support, in two cases obviously  unaware of the fact they have not had  pur assistance. Not that they do not warrant support but things are reaching a  stage whereby the whole situation is becoming rather ludicrous. There is a limit  '-as to how much space we are able to  supply and an even greater limit to how  much the public is expected to contribute.  As we have pointed out before, too  many such organizations depend upon  generosity of local individuals or groups  to carry out the gruplljing gnd rpgrtaigly.  unpleasant task of canvassing;^^ This-Is tp-  tally unrewarding and often carries considerable abuse. Naturally the only reward most canvassers seek is the satisfaction of knowing they haye in some  t >  mh\)  (mc  ^v  * T  * ft  w*��    /T  ^  j  /  PMiX  -'f^^^*^/_i ������,"-"��_�����-w i_      -��  Wjfias!^  Me&ders*Rtglitc  ���A?fenti<m*QitBC> ���..-.' -r'v?-  i'^ipS'^^uminef-s^aston-is now-i%'ost���  ever'ana >ve Ire kbojit* to commence bur  many" activities ,fe- "lie'F# and. Wipter  'seasons..y-,,"'"  \ -     ��� " '   \Y     Pf  ���. f Your executive has many projects in  yvi&w "and rem^siail members to make a  special^etfort to attend the general 'meeting on September. 19' (flR-ursday) at 1:30-  p.m. at tbe legion Bali. ; -       : *  ,��� We are now _70 strong and I must emphatically1 stress the necessity of your, attendance, at meetings. Jt is imperative pow  tbat we enlarge the executives and working  commutes to help keep up our objective���  >vhich is to help all elderly citizens to a  better and anore active and enjoyable life  and to assist in all community work to the  ' betterment of our community.  /' TRianks to your co-operation, our Elder  ' Citizens Homes are nearing completion and  will be ready for occupancy early in November. There will be many improvements  to be made in which you will, I know, give  all assistance possible.  Our. transportation chairman will have  more trips in his agenda and will be putting them up for your approval.  Our busy secretary, Mrs. Olive 'McGregor, has been working hard a!T summer  in our interests and will,have a great deal  1 to tell you about.  ' Looking forward to meeting you all  ag^ip on Jhursday September 19 and hoping for a packed house.  HARRY A. HILL  President,  Branch 9S,  OAPO, Sechelt, B.C.  ��� J  merit. This is not new for already such  central organizations are in existence;  Red Feather is one.  As things stand, the average person  has little idea of the real story behipd  most of the annual canvasses, result pf  which, whit little they might have to .  donate often goes to a questionable or-      . (jmter H^ ->t^E busb-After the' fpstMal - who helped Keith build tbe-origunal Jwuti-   ^h piw^-we need,a -downtowb.^conr  ganizationwhUeagenu^causeistunfd   4&<^B��* ^/^n^f��   ^.^^"l-^^^SL^K   ^^ ^^ ' -**���**>��� ^^  a$y sfrefef seen  ill S��M(#S  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see f HI 7IMBS  dowi|.  We are1 perhaps fortunate in a smaller community in that those who cpii-  duct lejptimate collections are usuajly  knpwpas;well.as the group they represent.  In the event of any doubt regarding  either collector or organization involved,  then the afjfpf "y> |||i|:|M|^ ygur money, It did not <^me easy so wby p4rt  ���'..._i. .���-._.-.��� .-���������������'-��� "������'���        '������������' ���"'-���������������*'  measure helped less fortunate people.^^ At   .with it easy.  PROBABLY of .��he wibje American  continent no province compares" wiH_  British Columbia from both a scenic and  climatic point of view but as Canada's  most progressive province we are already  experiencing major pyQblem��.  deed hard to understand.  ��� ��� Some time ago fflZ Spft $0$* ^  actually c|��f| hp|g fafe |GMP  and was giyeij an hoi|j- tp refp||re his refuse and cmry ft. Needless to say, possi-  -bility  of the alternative  S-fOQ.QQ fine  Perhaps the most serious is that of proved a guUdiiig tight, the refuse quick-  pollution and contamination but while ly disappeared-  .this, danger>_sipresentiy^eceiv-^^ y- peffiapt a little- <_p^r vigilance by  ���ing attention and will ultimately be con- pUDiic and police would help eliminate  trolled by legislation, mfuch has yet |0be ^ pjrpblem. *rp establish the existing  accomplished before Yin"end to iridis- *-'"        -  '*-"��� '     "~ '''*'" '       * ~  criminate refuse dumping can be brought  mgiit, one'of flie young prize winhprs went  out and got himself well squiffed. By the  time he arrived at tfie PNE administration office to cash his $300 prize cheque  he could Rarely make:himself understood  and the cashiers were j__t__a__y sus-  mcious of Mm. "Just at that point, Art  McDonald of the PNE staff, who'd been  waitching the loggers compete, came along  and' told the cashier that he'd vouch for  the logger. The 'logger became yery digm-  fied and asked "to whom am I indebted?"  Art told him his name. The cashier agreed  to cash the cheque. "Please endorse it,  sir," she said. The logger asked what that  meant. She 'explainecl he'd have to sign on  the back. The logger very carefully .wrote  a name. It read: Art McDonald- "You did  me a favour and I'll do one for you," he  esxplained grandly.  ���   ��   ��  Notes to me���_t's pretty far out but the  suggestion made the. Bill Pattersonfe'  steadily expanding Delta Hotel chain is  dickering with Western Hotels to buy the  Georgia Hotel (property for aiwut $&.fla_y_on  It makes a bit of sense because 3DeUa has  been looking for a downtown hotei to capi1  talize on its hinderlahd booking connedaons  and Western will probably l��e in like Hynn  which win be called Daisy. Bojbson street  Ines again! . . - Val Setz, the onetime Vancouver Sun printer who made it large as a  juggler en the two-a-day is seriously ill in  Hayward, Calfornia - . - The distinction of  having the ugliest large sign in town is no  longer held by the Hotel Vancouver, Proprietors of Neptune Wharves in North Van^  couver have put a sign on one of their  sheds that is even bigger and more garrish.  And I didn't think it was possible.  *.'.*,-*  it eool i$V almost 10-1', thai alderman  Harry 'Rankin won', run for mayor . . .  The man behind the October 18 Great  British Variety Show, starring Ann Shelton  and Mrs. Mills, is Bruce Irwin, a onetime  Vancouver; ctaracter-pbout-town who  gained a , measure- ol -fame writing The  Midas T-tyicb, in which, -ie offered gamblers  an unbeatable system for' beating the Las  Vegas (table_-rat$50 a throw. ,At least that  was the price xtf the system . . . Aformer  Vancouver stock- promoter seems to be  operating- in'7Germany judging hy. the  buying that is coming out of -Munich���that's  right: Munich!���for local" penny stock  deals. - ���    -  .Wassermania���-If they make-life miserable for supermarket: operators with their  farm work^-,^ycpt| traYC^hfoimia fruit,  about  In many areas such as ours, establishment of a Regional District is a move in  the right' direction, at the same time the  solution will not be easy, cheap or instant. The human element still has to be  contended with arid despite the fact open  garbage dumps  have now been made  available in the area there are those who  still find it easier to dump elsewhere.  Even worse, there arp those who actually  take the trouble to drive along the road  to the Sechelt dump yet phose/'tp unload  their refuse along the wayside befpre everi  waiting to reach the official dumping  ground.  To some extent poorly marked signs  might well be blamed for while a sign  points the way to the dump it fails to add  distance. Consequence is that it only requires one irresponsible dumper to deposit refuse in the first convenient spot  and in no time flat a new dump is born.  Another sorry aspect is the type, or  nature, of refuse and this it scenes includes not only household refuse anp useless aplianccs, car wrecks and unwanted  building supplies, but dead animals.  One resident en-routc to the dump  recently stopped to remove a plastic covered object frpm the lane and bad the  shock of dispovcring it to be a dead dog.  This type of thing is a deplorable reflection upon our society and ccrfamly leaves  n great deal to be desired.  There is little doubt the Sunshine  Coast is by far thc most desirable area in  the province and faces 11 tremendous  future providing thc sick practice of indiscriminate dumping can bc quashed.  Right now wherever one drives off thc  highway man-made unhealthy eyesres are  in evidence. The Rcginal Board has gone  to great lengths to establish public dumps  in order to eliminate thc excuse previously used that facilities were lacking and  why anyone should bc so thoughtless as to  continue thc abon'iinnble practice is jn-  dumps in iGibsoris, Spchelf arid Pender    when the Block 42 people erect an ultra  Harbour has'c^stlhe taxpayer far more    modern hotel on .he Pacific Centre site . .  money than he would care to contemplate, it is therefore high time the litter-  bug learned to respect the laws of common decency.  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W. Retcher  INDJSPENSIBILITY  While gawking at some awespme alp or  some such foreign scene that left you thrilled;  remember���suddenly your scalp went cold,  then hot, your backbone crawling, chilled with  guilt and fear,;.1he more profound to wonder  how folks back home made out when you  took off, vacation bound, and left them flat,  and helpless too, no doubt.  For who tho heck could do your job and  not make hopeless hash of all you'd planned?  TTien, conscience stricken, with a sob you  hurried home with hope they'd understand  your base desertion wasn't meant to rub their  noses in Uie void you left; arranging for a  week neift Lent when things arc slack, and leave  them Jess bereft.  So, unexpectedly you walk into tho shop  or offjeo���nothing's said. Nobody stops their  work to talk. You yell, "Hp bacjc! What's up?  Is somepnV dead?" They look surprised, as if  you'd flipped. You gloat, '<Rclax my friends,  I'm back to stayi Vrn good as new, refreshed  apd fu|'f Buf pQfnppfle yfluyns, 'ffth, have you  been away?"  Prime   Minister   Pierre   Elliot   Trudeau's  speech to the bar convention was written  by Tim Porteous who is the son-in-law of  prominent  B.C.   Ferris  legal  clan  -  .   .  When the first feasability study was done  on the potencial of  a commercial operated  salmon derby,  ithe  guesstimate was  that   a   derby   would . break   event .with  9,000 entrants- The^recently concluded B.C.  silmon Vderby did considerably better than  ���that. The pr$ipoters claimed ithey seeded  at least EtS.OCp en.frarits'"'to break even . . .  Andy Marquis, who quit Oianhel 8 to run  a   fishing  lodge on  Vancouver Isljand  is  back at the Burnaby TV outlet as news  director Y'x  .  Stock and bondsman  Bob  Burtwell, the onetime hero of local basket-  ball wars,  dropped ,20  pounds  and  tells  friends   who 'remark;', favpnablyv   "That's  right���I'm not as big ft fool as I used to be.  ���   ���"''. *' ��������� '''���'  Th- street ' narrow���When plans were  first announced to iear down the building  on the south side of ithe 700 block Robson  to make way for a new version of the York  Hotel, which was about to be displaced as  part (ft the Block 42-52 deal, most of thc  tenants made plans to move and some  actually vacated. Then there was a delay  and it looked as if thcre'd be an additional  90 days, That was enough time for Keith  and Sara Miller to frame a boutique in  what used to be an ojhical shop, Sara���A  Boutique for Birds���^Wfis an instant success. Then the hotel 'plans were delayed  and it appears that tenants jn the block  will have a minimum pf six months. The  Millers have taken over the vacant beauty  Sarlor next door. That will bo called Dol-  cs. And  LeW Lewis, another Englishman  Walkie talkie���The apparent collapse of  one of those cut rate charter flight clubs  ought just have the most unbelievable  reprecassions '.' . . Only possible opposition  to lumberman Paul Plant in the race for  presidency of the liberal partyl is lawyer  Bryan Williams. Plant was a key man in  John Turners lad tor <Ote national Liberal  leadership. The presidency has nothing to    canL^t.J^^^i'j^eL!0^M-!^J&^>!^  do with'tile provincial leadership which is ~"   "~   ~  ~~"   ~ "    ""  almost certain to go ta SUA Pat McGeer  . . . Hy Aisenstat, who parlayed a small'  CalgaryV steak house into Canada's most  success&il. string of specialty restaurants,  w0I pnit the fancy dining rooms into"Fiwrt'  MacJJillkras. otherwise known, as the new  Georgia street headquarters of the Mac-  Millan Blaedel empire. Hy is also the man  behind the skillet in the Board of Tirade  Tower.'.Z'Y.     . .. ���        :. .,������ .    v  .AUTfJg-filZEP  Sales fjyyd Service  Volkswagen's Name Alone  Spells Service!  SEE YOU AT  SEC-.ELT VHLfCSWMEi3  .^.~.t:^:.���0PPIII6.M0VI0JRS._T_....  985-2812        ,- 885-9646  .Quickniks���Xew fisheries and  forestry  minster Jack Davis will soon announce a  plan to resrict entry into the 1 fishing industry. Although there is a long standing  push to beep tea the number of fishermen, it's more likely that the Davis plan  will be to make it tough for any new boats  to enter the commercial fishing business.  Existing boats would get a licence, making  the fishing industry something like the taxi  business .' . .It isn't generally known but  the Roberts Fehtbn agency which has now  taken oyer the western Canadian operations   of   McConael   Eastman,   Canada's  oldest   advertising  agency, started   as   a  small local design studio a mere 15 years  ago . . .Although his death didn't create  a ripple the subsequent court battle over  the estate of Herbctt Emerson���I Stole $16  Million���Wilson will probably get his name  back on the front pages that it decorated  for so long. Wilson, a -onetime preacher who  masterminded    several    California    bank  heists, finished out his days as a Vancouver  character, who wrote hooks wjod articles  and once ran a crime museum.  ���   ���  ���  -   ,    ��� ���   ���     , " '  Finish  lines  Canadian bar  association  Convention drew so many delegates���more  than 12500���that Vancouver lawyers who  registered for the' sessions were asked to  pass the various luncheons and banquets so  that there'd be room tor all the' visitors.  WITH Al  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CI_OT{}--ES DF2YPFS  y  �� t  V.* n't*'  H. Is Y  0. >"rf'  J^P  //Yks^pfiS:^  "hPmPi*,\ Pv'>  ���4WrfV1'���"*  Make Washday Easy with  a Washer and Dryer from  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  Your Authorized  McClory-Easy Washer and Dryer  Dealer in Gibsons  PEf^lNSVIA PI,IJMil��NG LIP. - Gibsei-S  Sunshine Coast Highway Phone 886-9533  catch - big tliirst ^blg Ilavou  BOO  iw^siissafc^^^  ^fmsi^^  *mamt*tmmmnmtrmmm-fmia'mtm*t **���** ,  The PENINSULA^ftW^  Publlislicd Wednesdays nt Sechelt  On H.C.'s Sumhlno ConK ,  l b*  Sechelt renlnsula Times Ltd.  Uox 381 -Sechelt, 1_,C.  Poutfas G. Wheeler, F.dlror  I / S. ll, Ahuanl, Piiblither  Subscription Rme��: (in advanco)  I  Year,  $5 - 2  Yean,  %9  -  3 Years, $13  U.S. nnd Foreign, $5.50  Serving the, area from Port Melton to Rgmf ��  (fto\\e Sound to leiylt tnlet}  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  DOG REGUliM - BY-LAW Ho. 194  The following is a public information summary of tho Village of  Gibsons pog Regulation Py-laW No. ]94 recently passed and now in  force. This summary is not intended to be and is not to be deemed to  be ar> interpretation of the Py-law which may be inspected during public  hours at the Municipal Office. South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.  1. Tho former dog by-lavr ii repealed.  2. A��y��n�� ownlnji or h-rfwurlnfl ��� dpg, molo or fmmaXm, over four month* of og��,  must obtain a licence before February lit In ooch year. Fee* are $5.00 male  or ��p*aypd ferno|��; $10.0Q tor o femolo.  3. Dogt may not run at largo In Iho Village of Gibtom. Any person who owns,  harbour*, or normally has under his control a dog, molo or female, is required  to havo It under the control of a leash. Dogs running at largo may bo impounded,  or destroyed as provided.  4. Tho poundkeeper and any person, or persons, duly authorised by Council may  impound any dog found running at large. Tho posting of a notice is provided.  An Impounding foe of $5.00 is provided plus a day deep scale. After 72 hour*  unclaimed dogs may bo disposed ot.  5. No person moy fceep a kennel Xn the Village, 3 or moro dogs, male or female.  6. penaltle* am provided for Infractions.  September 6, I960 '  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Cleitt  }*w��^ak&^^  SB  Giv��>K->-irsel�� a  PfOCIf break  for free homo delivery end tfottfo return, phono:  jpH *&��fee_i__ H xM ptrtfjtej or tSsji^etf i^ fh^-tf^nar C?(rii$f^ ITpVAl pr |Cif;tttf> pcflfrnw>eBf of OrfCWi Ool^mAls* ���  h  '���-"V  ���*' **," 'f.��. C* *"*������ ���M-f.f '*  tf>,f!).*#_. fttstfI*��"*.04\0fiW*f*n��t.rt  *#-fi-MWtf**mW*T*'. mii^j i i ��� ���!..��� ,,i,, i, mi     i...... i  *^*LdTK&-*   ~_f  I��� <jy ******.  -__t  >���**  , 7^iilfplS:'#s||i#*  p/V ������  i* .      ��    <    li     ^>  M_wrt*_m��iwuH____H-����as__MW-_^^  K.  ���M*  ���t__MlliWI_l��__M/.-li___S_fl_  ���$    4- i ��.  r' "Y-_ ��'-�����  **?  V. *  We do^iylve a beautiful B&tisfi' Columbia,  also, there -will b^ stpriefi on our rock iiuiit-  ��_g expeditions and what we have found  in the (liferent 'area. You fcnow,' rodt^hunt-  uig, like ��_|uai_J"dalicl_g is"yery rblax&g 1  and fun and arouM the creeks can also  be very wet. '    '  ... Square dancing Js ,tjte topic for today.  ?��� rp ?V. ,',>[' '���' >ii'-' 'PJPPtA 1'     In P3** y63*8 I"haw rented a hall, set a  .,(. .i��t v ...   <_->.. _* V. _ ;,.      date and pjj,. ^ -fagmendous amount of  advertising to get <fcog��Hi&r #11 of the people  lhterestd'ak^quar^ facing. JFor a grand  start into' the square dance seasop of fun-  filled ev��__ipgB tJ^Oghbli^ the wirier months has, in -the p^pt, cost me a holiday fcrip  or two^ sov_ms year whe$ier you -are a beginner or lam intermediate or just a, pro at  square dapcing, -just, v*_k quietly to the  phone and dial 835-9941. Leave yflur name,  address and phope number and state your  intentions -in the square dance world "apd  I will be 4onlv bo happy -to take over from  there.  The Gibsoi_�� SqU^renad^s take off on  their ta&i squai^ ^dattce yaglit of ihe rtew  seaspn at the Hbpwns Half Sat,, Sept. 21  at 8.30 pm. 4W$MWpto& out and  help m this squareJake-os jp, fun and laughter and HI, THERE NEIGHBOUR.    *  See you' at the square dance and don't  forget, it's' your ftirh to get square dating on the road to happiness.  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Lions Club helps CARS  1     *     > } 1.1,      �� v,     ��� / ��  ���        '  ���*i_m page 1  ical scljools, to tra|n,i_ieumatologists and  to sponsor "regular national conferences on  research in rheumatic diseases.  Rheumatic diseases including arthritis  }    _.f    continue to be major causes of chxoiuc  Safely across.     .       _      ^ , >t (   ,   -T r "Y."   Y"'     lUness and disability, it is estimated that  On duty for the first time tbis term, School Roads- Working Jo tfrill rec- - is- sufficiently- sparse and ^traffic; is nearly one million persons in tfenada are  Gibsons Elementaryv School' cross- \ypahen&f&%j safety dHicers;, student halted at at three c_osswaU&"slmtil- wStetets and of these about 350,000 are  walk patrol -controls studfent cros-   ^charge Wows tvhistle when traffic   taneously. ' ^P'iPLP   permaneatty fjsaWed. ..,..,  Sings  on  Highway  101,   North and *     " * Voluntary tealth agencies give wdmd-  0 ' uahzed care. On the national scene they  Y  vh'P  1 V l_3ott_t?$r.;  1    Voncouver  ( '        KSO 'jtm% %  ������   *_  i��S_..    * *-tt  6:00 p.m.  ��� I'* '���' >m n"P_ii..!.__>  .wmr<*  _ ^  o  Pender Hbr.r  ���+ _i  T:30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  4:30 p.m.  ____  Sechelt  (     8:00 fl.m.f  1 x i v_ r  .*  5:00 p.m. - *  Gibsons  8:15 a.m.  12:15 h.m.  ,   9:15 p.m.  ^ Ledlre$i��  Vancouver  9:00 o.m.  i <  SATURDAY  Pen4erHbr.*  , 7:39 q.m.  ^'Seehdt^^  8:00 a.m.  Gibsons  8:15 a.m.  v Leaves J.  Vancouver  7:60 p.m.  *.��^y *, .,  , _^ r   , SUNDAY   -1 tl   u  spender tlbrr*^     Sechelt  6:00 p.m.  6:20' p.m.  ~ Gibsons  6:30 p.m.  * includes ���7 Thonrtonby Itjond and Nelsffaf slqnd  Children under 12 yrs. % fare " J      NOTE! Please Reserye Saits In Advance  CONNECTING FLIGHTS MON., W?D- ANP Fl-I* TO LOGGING^CAMPS  ,     ' Qne, Way -Fares To Or From Yahcouver  BLIND^BAY  *.*... r. .i 22.40 PENDtR HBI_ ���_Y^���_-_Y W.25  SECHELT _, Y--_���   ��.00        SECret COVE  L_ 1-.45  iGibsons ���:.:: ....:.-  KEATES IS.  19.60  >00  $00 . Y, THORMANaY IS.  J>:00      -  VAHI_UARD_AY  - 17.15  -1-22.40  v     ALL tCffHER l-^TEf ON-REQUEST  - % Fare For Children Under 12 Vefl^ W|fe^ ^cpfn^i^ fr^*, C"  ^ RATES AND SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE  H^ tm_^.ii4|||_,��ii.i)* __    t_|��        yJtj^n.jM.>-��<^        ��W_^,w_  ^  "TeSV make OD ^^P6111^!0 contribution by the  ^00 �� ,   ^-*% special support they give to the three levels  ,   * fcJW^ H of govenmieat and to members of all healtii  *-J*i/       ^^ Professions charged \?_H^ 4he health and  MM  ���W1^  /. * *<     <��� 11  ***.. v/*T y ^*^a��.).j.^w'   a ^'*i    trVrf . w-��^      -r  ^  ^ ��^- *   f^^f>>  /"��-<i�� v '.a-     /t**  IIU��W>lilli  ;��   f *    *  and  care of Canadians.  As Minister of National Health and  Welfare, I commend the Members of the  Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Soc-  4   lety in their efforts to provide patients and  On patrol  Traffic patrol 2$ Gibsons Elementary  School intersection is no mean task,  but everyone's safely across and  grade seven students, Bill Price, Ian  McKenzie, Bill Sluis and poug Evans can head off home for the first  Weekend of a new term.  1 SME5  SEf#l���E  PUBLIC MOI ICE  i  The rjext regular'meeting of "the Council wilpbe hefd op Monday,  September 16. 1968, in place of September 17,196J.,' Jo epajile members  to register for the Provincial Municipal Convention ir�� yaiico^ver.  September \V\, 1968.   .   r  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk  * v- ���* ? / '   ^ pU:bllc wita information and care.  /S   " ^  / To all members of the Canadian Artb-  * * ritis and Rheumatism Society my best wishes for success during yjaur campaign.  irf�� >   -  BiJilLiSSirl��  SUPPLIES?  Wont to rnqke your home  larger, more comfortable, more  modern, mpre beautiful?  Whatever homg improvement  project you haye in mind,  you'll find helpful ideas and  inforrriarioiri o^ your one stop  BMpplie? shop  Peninsula Building  Supplies Ltd.  Phone 885*9669  SECHELT, O.C.  mm STORAGE  Let us service and store  your pjmSfeoard Pftors  and Ch__n Saws  l 1 ,   *. l-V  ����� i 1  All feppirs ond service fs cprripd  out by skilled mechanics ....  tiQAT CUM  J^J  J ���TW'%*1      <->^l*  ,te_f--  - *���. ���>'  -r-r"��. i'ti"1  ,J   i'   '4-   WJt     J-lAit'__,V->-V-*  (S��0�� SEli���"8"l��^a ��F N��P  ���*- i��- *i    i��   t1'  .AtfD USEI3) OUY$��AE-_tS  \ <��  J-W|-��^^-��"��*  knpMjjfea__i-_^^   s���2___j ;���! _J���, 1 .    1 VA ���1 ���' ....     ,    ^ '��� .    ''  "'    '��� . i-     s'i   ;.".'.���   '1. 1   .  s  Mew Sem/ke Comlmig S����^  SPA^PJIWG SERVICE Fell  cM/_if- saws k cii-cuu-it skws  YOOR  SECHELT, B.C.  w___ii______a_M-_ii______a_^^  885-9626  iHMHmaaiMMUB  !  *  1  SO^IEI SERVICE SIMIOJI  Highway 101  PHONE 886-9662 J  ly y* \   ^,y<   ->  >-#     -    -\ *"K<N J*Y ��'���,.  'v.  M-i*''  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHEO DRYER  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,  SEhriMDER 13,14AND 16  MACADRO  (RESTRICTED)  P��c��M��-t��r)r  CARTOON arnd DOUDLE  TECHNICOLOR  Start* 8;00 p.m. Out 10 p.m  Muimmwmii < in 1 mm ]iiliiiin'iniiww��"��Miiu��iim��'����iiiiiiBnwn  For your Automatic Washer  qnd Clothes pry^r  IT'S FfllG|[)A||-p  See ytptf Authorized FRIGIPAIRE  Dcalcr in Gibsons, with 6MAC  Time Payment Plan.  Earl's Hpril#are  ppd Sp0rtin9 Goods  ON THE WHARF AT GfBSONS  , ffcofip p$W6pQ.   Intfi die pntfsl picture, liemitifailly!  T|>o inulliplc lino phone for small businesses; "The I&ct rtv  writcrforlransmiMinsband-wriUcnmcssagcsaijd&kctclics.  Closed Circuit TV ��� as big n boon <cj slock-brokas as  .0 pawmills. These nrc only ihrcc of our stores pf busiiK^  fcrvicfs designed to jsavx time and ovcrlncfid. Ask out"  , Marktllng Department about thc pieces nmlcd |��'cO|n��"  pletc ydur profit picture. ''"I '"  gnmsn cstmusst iiitfisvw  t��(r)��i>M9  n  i  msmmmma.  .'>  w>��w^yM^w(W^ty��>yH^i.^_%f��%r^  .^^M!^*^^*^^**^^  M.M��H-l!Wi*nf*_����Mf��**<^^ ^"Vw^Vl'ftMf'no'^. H^THw w *t  - 1 V    _)'��  ^',x^M^i^.4ajiii^^y^fivi^^^  ,s>lV  ^    't  J    <���'       , "'     ' YY ��. .    '    _ .   �� '     v' '       '       ������   *��� *,    Y      <��� v  ,r  tt.*.^^     i^O  ���    ���  Pcgo 6  p- ~ v- |  " "*����# V':-V~  ���      i ri '      '" "   Vi   H"{  / Jtj'iHii" ���  -  .'-��.- <* ' v*p *". Yv * * *r  _   l/.t  V  1 ���-'  1 _   ���  7*   <  t$��v Mary Gross  voted to the paste and pencil customer.  .*  .�����'  screens, car.____^ nasal���'mist, lawnrferfc *  jljzer and antique dppx'stops, " ..' .- ,'  :, And rcmemher ia''good ruJe<rf-Ui_u3iif> fe>*  follow is to j_a_ out isfiai tke parents of  the smart Idas''are buying. Onfe of our -Ids  just toM mrihtat'\Wcsl jB. (wboibas the  smartest Md m se&ool),, just bought -_0D Vbs.  ���m  r  ' '" ' 1969 Pontiac <?rand Prix '  Ponlaac'sc "completely new" for 1969 a.completely new ftfeme is introduc-  Grand Prix is <the first personal-lux- ed with a classic-like vertical center  ury car to foe^ introduced in the Pont- grille, ,and headlights set into body-  iac "price .ilass. Exclusive to-the color plastic panels. /The roofline and  Grand Prix is a completely new body rear deck is also exclusive, and js  style*, its own special wheelbase and iftore formal 4han cars of the recent  engine lineup. The Grand Prix hood j^ast. ,  is the longest in the industry. In front ^j [   Half moon: Bay Happenings  ^  K  WEEH LASBOUB Day behind us, most sum-  tmer resdents and visitors have returned to face another year of work and  study in the big city and the area has  settled down to its other life���the staid,  quiet, winter life of the residents. Quiet,  that is, except for the rath-ir doleful moan  of _be new fog horn on Merry Island and  the whine of an occasional outboard engine  as its'owner fishes in tbe now uncrowded  waters.  A .few hardy visitors and' residents still  take their daily plunge onto the waters of  the bay. Among these is Mr. Richard  Shaich who is modestly reticent aibout his  age, but has been -a retired senior citizen  ��f EedrooSs for a number of years.  There is one thing that makes this fall  cfi_ferent and rather sad for many old-  timers in the area. For the first tune for  37 years, there is no school operating in  EM&noon Bay. The younger children who  ���would noranaly have attended the school,  are now being taken by bus to Sechelt  Elementary.  . For these 6-9 year olds, taking the daily  trip io Sechelt is a glorious.adventure, and,  to judge by their enth-udasm, every bat as  much' fun as a ride at the P.N.E. Tfoe bus  travels, to Halfrnoon Bay by the Redrooffs  Bay,' Welcome Beach and Halfmon Bay  Road, picking up children at Nor-West  before reurning to Sechelt by the highway.,;  Over the holiday week-end, a number  of boats from the area entered for the B.C.  Fishing, Derby, some fishing all the hours  of daylight and returning home completely  exhausted.  One such young man, a guest in the  area, was unable to keep awake.for. the  journey home, so he found himself a quiet  corner on the ferry, curled up and was  soon asleep. When the ferry docked at  Horseshoe Bay and his ^friends were unable  to find him, it was feared that he -might  have fallen overboard. *  ^^.^ssddixctm^erna^sm: aboard, while tbe  search for him was still proceeding, he  awoke and calmly walked off the ferry.  Iftere have been a'number of birthday  celebrations in the area during the past  week. On September 6, Mrs. Frank Lyons  was hostess to a luncheon party at her  home in honour of the birthday of Mrs.  ���by Mary Tinkley  Alan Greene. Mrs. Janet Allen's birthday  on September 5th was celebrated with a  tour of the Allen garden followed by a tea.  Mrs. Allen has recently returned from  Vancouver where she attended the wedding  of her grandaughter, Wendy Escott to  Beverley Fisk at St Andrews United  Church, North Vancouver. The cetemony  was followed by a reception at the Floral  ���Room at Joffre's Restaurant.  Guests last week at the CliH Connor's  is Cy Oartwright with his sons George and  Colin and friend Tom Hoye, all of Calgary.  Cliff Connor is preparing to start his  winter patrol of the beach cottages.  Vacationing at the home of Mrs, Mary  Walker were her daughter and son-in-law,  Ralph and Connie Smart of New Westminster, with daughter Norma.  At the BUI Swain's is Mr. Swain's  mother, Mrs. Harry Swain of Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McPhalen are  spending a vacation at their cottage with  guests their grandaughter^ Dianne and her  husband John Morgan from Prince Rupert.  Mrs. H. R. Peiaice's guests is her daughter,  Mrs. George Andeasson-iof Buxnaby.  Patrick Murphy, after spending three  weeks with his family in the Bay, has  returned to face the long winter erf the  far north.  Guides and Brownies  seeking new IM  SEMEELT Girl Guides and Brownies  are  in need of new leadens this season due  to the retirement of leaders who have given  long services to Guiding in the District.  Anyone interested' in participating in  the movement should contact District  Commissioner, Mis. Harriet Newton or  Mrs. Dorothy Jacobs��-.  Port Mellon shut down  blamed on weak market  HOWE SOUND Division of Canadian  Forest Products Ltd. announced today  that its ICraft Pulp Mil at IPort Mellon will  be shut down for a two week period  beginning September 30th, 1988. This is .the  second shut-down for the mill this year.  jPort _M!on was down for one week last  February.  Both shut-downs have been caused by  weak markets and an over' supply situation facing Kraft market pulp 'producers.  WELL, we've done''it again," and finally  we've achieved our  ���(. * < ^     *  We'vel survived ^the  crisis,  apd1 have  iseni         _ (.   ... ,  school equipped in sudh a manner'that "power   mowers,y musey paint,^   windoov  no one could possibly aiofcuse u�� of nofreait "^  rang the vahie'off education. .*" *���";, ,  I cringe when 'I remember how naive  we used to foe when we thought that gain��  back to school entailed buying a few hooks  and pencils, and perhaips a new paly "of  ���#hoes.    �� ,   * '       .,.,..  -   That was before I realised lhat>uio chiM. of nails. So we bought 800 tbs,  can ever be expected to. exqel in -ss&apil, ,  unless he has more scribblers than he can -  use, more clothes than he can wear, and -  more material possessions  than anybody"  else.  Furthermore",  it is   not enough to'  turn out a well-dressed child with a bulg- .  ing briefcase. To-achieve "total development" of the studentT one must consider  the total environment. And if that means  buying a new house and car, who would  begrudge it in the interest of education?  There are some terrific "Back to School"  bargains in the Houses for Sale and Oars  for Sale. I know of one boy who got straight-  E's in .Math, until his Dad bought a brand  new CadiiMac Eldorado. It's the little things  that count!  However, for those of you "who may stall  ���be undonvuncedl, check your "Back to  School" sales flyer. One-haJf page is de-  ^A^  THIRSTY! - TO ��!G  Most children love it and need It"  to build their lives with. The accordion fills this need in a beautiful  and versatile wayYThe fall term  will start soon, why not inquire  while our rental instruments last?  Rishey's Acc��irdc��si Oesifre  885-2109  AUTOMATIC WASHEB  AiVJO CLOTHES Df-YSR  When You Need That New Washer  and Dryer see your AUTHORIZED  MOFFAT  DEALER  IN  GIBSONS.  .  swammweBSBewA  ''/���//////  //////���/-/'/>/-/'/���/���////./���/���//>/���////  ���     111 V4E0B  Ofii The tohisie Coast ' >  YOUR HOSTS: THE BRYNELSENS  Secret Cove RR1  - Halfrnoon Bay  For Res-Hf-vaHons' Phone fS_t5-_B$fl  Ltd.  MEDM IIEC1SC LTD.  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons- B.C.  Phone 886-9689  masmmMigmmBasgiimiijmmgammasB^  ���>*  0U-fUfS :  DO Yifg.  .4  N*  cY"_-S"<v_^  ft  KSi��y.\<*i.%  Want full benefit from your mod  ern electrical appliances?.Let us add  outlets to add convenience. Use the  B.C. Hydro Finance Plan���add cost  of changes or additions lo your  light bill.  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING  EXCAVATING,  DITCHING AND  T-H-NCISING  LIGHT AND HEAVY  BULLDOZING,  THU��KfNG.  GRAVEL, TOPSOIL  AND FILL.  Days S86-2663  Nights 880-237��  or 7764  PP  m  is  SECHELT BRANCH O.A.P.O.  -ff-edran Biifie Ud  886-9689 - Gibsons, B.C.  Sip  rj. ---V.. Si'-  A&L  P?-.Ps  Y/>y  ,0A.    * .  $  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  A Court of Revision i6t the list of electors of the rural area  of this school district will be held at the School Board Office,  Gibsons, B.C., commencing at 10 a.m. on SATURPAY[, SEPTEMBER 21/1968. The Court will continue to sit as long as may be  necessary to consideer and rule on all appeals.  Any person who wishes to appeal in respect of the list of  electors MUST FILE AN APPEAL IN WRITING with the Secretary-  Treasurer before the twentieth day of September.  :A........ lfxp,Coxirtljof. ReyisicMi,shall (a).,bear all complaints and correct  and reyise the list of electors, and in so doing, may  (i) correct the names of electors in any way wrongly stated  therein;  (ii) add the names of electors ornittep! from the list;  (iii) strike out the names of persons from the list who are  not entitled to yptte to who are disqualified from voting;  and .  (iv) correct any 'other manifesterror^ therein; and  (b) add to the list of electors the name of any person who has,  since the thirty-first day of August, become qualified to have his  name entered on the list of electors; and for this purpose a declaration may be accepted as duly completed under Section 69  if it is delivered to the Co^rf before the end of the sitting.  P3*1-'T.yb_^fi_ifeawu_,... l'j. j Jf.. ,sjjj^m vv-wraamrsmmitmna*  1:30 p.m.  THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBEH idtli  SECHELT LEGION HALL  mz  S��_��KO!___^  TOi^iys ,  DtYGOOOS  CHILDREN AND INFANTS  LADIES' SEPORTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  5'  FINEST IN OUTBOARDS AT  YOUR EVINRUDE SALES AND SERVICE DEALER  if.i  JUL  II  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  vmmmwi'fM'fif'Pf Pi  PHONE 883-2266  Stave Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GUUF BllgLDgl^G  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  PMSULA DRIVE-IH  ON HIGHWAY 101 at SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  NEVENS TELEVISION  & RADIO  STEREO - B 8t W and COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.V.  Dealer for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phone 886-2280  GIBSONS, B.C.  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  GLAZED HAM WITH SCALLOPED POTATOES  There Is such good flavor In a whole ham, a half ham or a thick ham slice)  cooked to a turn that addlno nwo flavor seems quite unnecessary. However the appearance of a glaze on the ham tofldher with Its added touch of sweetness does make  It worthwhile to give the ham that extra "fllo|tlno" treatment in the final minutes of  cooking. '    .1.      i   '.. I._��� ____  Because of its flavor and consistency It Is natural to think of honey when deciding  what glaze to use. Starting with honey many glazes can bo made���all good and worth  trylno In turn W choose a favorite.  AN ASSORTMENT Of* MONEY GLAZES '  1 cup honey and 1 /3 cup orange Juice, 1 tablespoon lemon julco  ] cup honey and 1/2 cup crushed pineapple  1 cup honey and I /2 cup applo Juice or elder ,  1 cup honey ond 1 /2 cop chopped maraschino cherries  1 cup honey and 1 /2 cup apple, red currant or cranberry Jelly,  Scolloped potatoes are an oldtime favorite to serve with ham. The practice may  well have started 'ycoA, ago when the ham and potatoes were cooked at the same time  slowly in Jho largo oven of the old-faihloncd coal or wood stovo. This con stlH be  (done In our modern clcclrlc and gos ovens, l>ut with today's hams the scalloped  potatoes will probably take longer to cook than tho meat. Sometimes there Is nofenough  limo to scallop tho potatoes, uvlng tho,raw potato slices and hot milk which takes from  l>/& to 2 hours. Then It Is a good thing to know that by portioning the sliced potatoes  and orranglng them In a greased baking dish .n alternate layers with thin cream  s_iuc_ and dotting thc top with butter live scalloped potatoes will be ready to serve In  less than on hour. Even moro quickly, scalloped potatoes can be produced by arranging  cooked slices at potato jln a l>aklng dish or casserole, mixing ] can of celery soup with  !_ a con of milk and pouring Over the potatoes, then dotting with butter, and boklng  ior a few minutes until thoroughly heated.   , , '  WSS^XI^^^^A^IS^^^^^^sii  FurnEsfigngB and  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -   Sechelt, B.C.  ninsuli  i    Lf_L  -fEATif-C. ��_. SUPH.IES  Your Kemfone  Shcrwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, t.C.  .  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  Heiene's  IFashion Shoppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducts  work and oil tank in your home.  Call   Bud  Klewltx  your shell   Oil  Distributor.  886-2133 Gibsons, B.C.  i_��fai.BMJi^  3P3S  s^_g����i^Bii^^s^8spi_aiteidg  ���tgsBiifgii^  M  IV  I  . ^^��tr^-^--'W_t��*-__��t_^  / ��..    _   ^ " ? ,. 1*     -*._���/       __^1 ' -> , ^ " __ *  YiWeip&ioy, Severnbeg y_jfjS��{> :tfc&f^3^g ^im^ J>^f,  f " ' "    ' -----     - _-_..___ -,  w^^w^'S .^^  nV_r-ft     ^_�� _r^_. bfr      A *-_)-ptvWI-i.,tmlar ��*.*-�� *>  ABfENTIE OWNERS ��� VACAHWjOpMSIMMlS  SO ?_C�� P1@_^I__?�� _^ATO@L Lf��'.  LICENCED AND BONDED  ;        Last Saturday C-iwyfsefc off' Alone M���  < feb'e'fL sfciff vtoich b^^uilt^unisejf; _te$9?  | ing fishing at 6:3aft' sunt' ^efeveep <^mf|;.'3_i  a Byng and Boberts'Creek whatf.Wtidn^f^tixfre^_    _. ii.._.. .   ..    . .      ,    s.  5 an,fiw_r he bs^ed a fish which duric^aa'.^iEtiajwg for a few dayfe tyere Mr, and $*SY ^^mtiejate-nij^it ��at_S offier^te-ucedf -*tar  * hour k>ng___i_ towedjaimi^fhe^hatii    0o^J/J_Beox and four children ���*1**- ---��   f-'    -     .- _-   a_i ��...��  ___u'_j___.i*_iu_i_-.  * Thanks to his super ��ize_l Jset which ,bad   3_rs.*'t_rry" "Cotter and two -  > caused much amusement J ��.T'_mn_|-_*tp' Vancouver; "/u v  i   1*"d ! fine_28 lb' ^0^ which when dfe-    <  Mr; a. m. Dawson has retained to west    -. j^ ja^pt^L^ates also wiU twang  * played sent many  fisherman  back  into    r^rf fi_htn^ *ftar v_��.i_���__ hi* .anrihr here. . ^.^*fie_14Stt_.ow:Y?��� _S*_��2?iS___Si  thei^boa.fcs for-.apoithertrjr.  _L_��cal 'sports* fishenneh  !  Tte sLe jm'4** from Vancouver '%?�� foftffif^^  tfi#;$��*-^?Jce caches of,cohoe,and^grilse.   j^ Meunt Wrottesley where-they .got a    Jnuia charge for M__^a-,c_a\___'i��,TO   ��. ^d ewsfi^g^n^it fates will apply to  VhOWWER " /       " jnouniaSngoat" -"Yl       "     '*'      <  "^    ^Ms fef ^,first'��three'nainilite_.J!   t * '        calls' placed1 t|ie4wel_f 6 p.m. and midnight  , B5%: kipr^>r^ W heH at ^  ^^Bn������^��S tojte��^i^  ^ j; ^^  Richardson;   jjj_-UB-.:��d   �� ^*gj ft^Sf S jj^?^  SHOWWSR   > ��iu4ni!i,tijii 'gwai,. - -..,   -                       <   -_, semis ior me'Hxsi''iiinree nmumtas.-'   > cays placed .perweeii 6p.ni. and midnight*  hUeofVrrNh-tbTn W-dnSy'-ven" ids okifer hrother passed wayY p"  ;  - '$& executive office of "<B.C; 'Telephone, X^TCl "Sf iS" fi^_ tXHTtTe  ing taking |he foim xtf a��� baby shower for Recent, guests pf iir. land lb*. Joseph ^aid the new rate structure wiU-off-* "suh- !^JiS Ser <___i. _S oreSnt  MrsYOUvfeTSchw_^aad;'a farewell for Hansen, Gower Point'Road i.ere.Hr, and ~Sg5tfal   savings to   telephone  customers J���-a���� "?fS?5,-       -              -  ^L^LtSt^^^SS^LS ^^^>-^^^4^aJl .&!^_^^^^^^ '^oSer^mples of the effect of ft.  will be  were enr    with Constable J. i&ifietd',9nd 3^LlHea��-   '^fione orator' ^.Jlplace lhe kadonrto-    " ^JbeU    River-Vancouv��r,>   flow    95  iJJ    field <nee Elaine Emerson) who 'motored _ tf&fonk eall^der-% tm/jtfQ&k< J cents, wiUhe 60 cents,  receivea.    from Stettler. Alherte. .i < ��_^ Vte^nig_t 'ralesKwM-n��~ "apj^y-to      - Nanaimo-V_nc<_iver, now' 55 cents, ,will  i��JJi._._.^*_S_&I *_ -_.-_��.tfcJu-_.-nr._B. ^SMkfe     ���      ������..?. ��� -  nurse's -training  at- ^St. "fail's  Hospital from Ahbotsford'.  VancSuver.                ,-,-  5     '  JKrih guests^ of -honor Were presented erson  wi!h beautiful corsages; gatnes  were enjoyed followed by ,a pleasant social  \vhen  many lovelyi gifts were  receivea. ^jn stettter Alherta.  _Sri2^^CnL3SS .'olvSare ' '��e*C_M_e was a* visifo^ to 'Courtenay wit��    Ilb_�� the Alaslsa ffi^iway,'calls to the Yu-        Vamcouver-Edmonton, now $1.55, will be  in*���^ . Longratulataons   Olave-* are- ^ and Marty Meidj^^ -r^ attended the',  Ibn^and Northwest f1ter_itories, or to ealls   85 cents.     "    ���>-,.    ���-.  < fefe��^were Mrs. Laurie Parke, Mrs. 'Jjj I^H^^Snf^J^fXn    g Atlia ^ fer^orihwestert. BritishCdno.        V^couver-Benticton,  Bnhv ritifr' ��_*-. TArrairfp^TnTinahnTio  Mrs mg m^ the wdd cow. mdkii^ contest. Upon    hia. -   ^ -,    .. 65 cents.     ,  ,  _ffl^S_^__T^ fS "S^Snf ^^ V ^ f*   ^^-m^yto^e^t^^ '       " "  Nuotio: Misses Kiaren Gibb, Patty Clem- g0aJ,���s ���iaHII& " '     -1���' '"-"^ " ^-^   ��~-'  ents, Marily- Schwabe and Iinda^Szafo.' ' . -Mrs.-R; <^rr  - .- N��t; attending Jmt'-sendii^-^ftB' were ."Jgmcely after  M��."-C__ri_ <i__^-M__j-B-3inda--}ibb and -^i* '        ,  ��� ���.        ... ,,    ^.  Mrs. Georgina Nasadyk. ' L^r' Frank M*Glveni is home after the  J   From the staff of ith^ Cedars Jhn, Miss ^fS *ea,so"'   .        Jt.   t   ,   '!/'  Szab�� was the recipient of a gold colored     '  +M .��� 3axk. ��!����*�� <"# ���� faoSier feom  duster in orlon pUe. J^��� .������S��d a  pleasant  three ; week  '  When the Fall-f_ir Committee ansd wor- ^^ ��f the'Interior where they report  kers met for theta> Mmual Jfot '-Luck -Sup: the weaker was pleasant and not too hot, s'  ���per in the Anglicaa Paris HaU on Tuesday; ' _ Ly^m Earner has returned to Moose  lit was to wind up'their activities'for the Jaw> Sask.rto attend schwl after spendang.  - a summer at Hopkins Landing with hi,s par*  ^phone facilities across Cana__, however,'  50 cents.  ���-Edmonton,  '  Y >     '  now- $1.09, will be  -   >  It's paradoxical, but cold feet are often  season.  Seventeen persons sat down to a delicious suj>peir and the table was ado .ned with  lovely dahlias from Benmce Chamberlain's  Cff/ffOPRACT/C OFFICE  Post- Office Bldg.^ Sechelt - Phone 885.2333  WEDNESDAY - 12 noon-5:00��p."m. "  ^ednesdoys after 5:00 p.m. by, ap&nntrnent  '' SATORDAV���2 p.hi. to 5:00 p.mt  __3i  HH  V  M�����������������  -T  BEniH CITIZff^S  SOCIETY OF GIBSONS,  _,.*,._ j-'^^jjij^ '^f; v -  !  ] would like to thank you  bringing my post record to the  attention oi J & M Laundry in  Hew Orleans, which has sent me |  my uniform and numher 413260  dating back to 1952, proving tbat  American   laundrys   are honest I  and have a good sense of humor.  Good Luck J &M Laundry.  Manager,  ^   emms mm  ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. <___mer.  Mrs. Pearl Trethewey is on holiday __=�����  iting her son and daughter in law Mr. and  Mrs". 0on Trethewey in Oregon.  ���"��� ^Guests ofc Hrs. Mary Cassin fci* two  weeks were her son and daughter in law  Mr/ and MrC Ouris Trower, Bobby, <_ndy  and Alan from Toronto who motored from  Toronto and (then to Chicago where, as an  executive, Mr. Tiower attended a\ Steel  Workers Co'nveiriioij. \>   J^  Richard Niall'of Roberts Creek is a pat2  ient in St. Pauls Hosj^tal, Vancouver.  Mrs.iB. J- Wlsken accompanied by her  sister 3VI_ss F. Samesof ��_NTew Westaninster  visited Vancouver 'Island ^ecefitly, travelling 'to XJculet *       'i - y  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary to $t. Miary's  welcomes new members %b join gie group;  work is. interesting and does much to hpp  towards patients' comfort. Meetings aire  held every second Thursday in the month  at Gibsons Health" Centoe at"l;30 p__n." J  ��� *   *       '       * " ''.''.' r 1^* ���-  , P\M^k{p4%%L M '*'   ''-/;' ,''-"1   "      -  ! '     ' $2.TO ^ESISTRATI��?- F_i���.  S^fELT^fCER CLUB  The namfes of registered owners win;au[t_��iat5cqHy be placed on  the list of voters. This should be checked when the,preliminary list is    ;  ppsted on October 20/ 1968/ prior to the Court of Revision held  November 1, 1968. '_....  Qualified persons, OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNERS, may have  their1 names entered on tbe list provided jfbpy hgv^fhV <1M9'ifications  shown below. A Declaration to this effect miist be -ilecl with tfae Municipal Clerk on a form provided, within-one week ofbeing rtiade, at the  Municipal Office, South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. "     ��� '  THE LIST OF VOTERS WILL CLOSE AT 5 P.M.- MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 30, 1968. *    r   ' '   ' "   '  QUALIFICATIONS FOR PERSONS OTHER THAN REGISTERED  PROPERTY OWNERS:��� '    ' '  RESIDENT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or,ptber. British subject of.the full age of 21  years, who has resided continuously in the Village'of Gibsons for six* (6) months  prior to the submission of the prescribed Declaration.  ��-��� _  TENANT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or other British subject of the-full age of 21  years, who has been a tenant in occupation continuously of real property in the  Village of'Gibsons for not less than six <6), months immediately prior to the  submission of the prescribed Declaration. Those eligible are occupants of rented  ^^^ premises who do not reside in the Village of Gibsons.  _ -WWJWMEj. W��" i_y) mm  CORPORATIONS���The name I of a corporation i? not automatically placed on'the list  of electors. Corporations owning property ori cjiialifying os- Tenant-electors, are  required to file with '[the Municipal Clerk written authorization naming some  - person of the full age of 21 years, Canadicn ��rTjfritwh subject, OS'its voting  agent. Such authorization must be riled Hot liter than 5>pjn., September 30,  1768. This will remoin in effect un il it is revoked or replaced by the Corporo-  ti >n.  Thfe "foregoing appjlies to the Village  6f Sectors only, lor uselatthe Muricipal HL_      _  .. _   .  ,   If further information is required telephone \me MuniciparOffice' -  -'88^.254   "   ''"��� I        * '   >    ''"}    ">   f   '���    "  ojFiGibsons Municipal List  ectfonsin December^ 1968.  Gibsonsy ^.G.  w    August 28,1968  DAVID JOHNSTON  | Municipal Clerk  mtfmamyM  P  PINNER SERVED  "EVERY FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY EVENINGS  TILL MIDNIGHT"     -  Pkiio Gmrdems  Holtmoon Boy- B.C.  Tel: 885-9927  'RESERVATIONS PLEASE'  ���ft-**"  __!  SB  M;i;-ajga'!_fe:  mm  x   )'  ,/  WITH AN  <}P^L}}  , . ��    >ifi{  .��> * Y1 -  ���_!  ���i ,YY, I!   P I  ^.��  i  '���.>, I*..  ��   o   o  '-  :  A.JTO-V3ATQC WASHER  AMD' CLOTHES DRYER  -��'  ,*^* ,>  A tOMPlItB' LINE QF' .j5PE_3M-iUEB  , ���  ' AUTOMATIC WASHERS  ''j|^P(||,pTIIES Df_YEft&,> ; '"  ��gg Piscoi^iil  ^MS  NDW IS YOUR CHANCE TO QfT GOING OH THAT TROPICAL FISH HOBBY YOU HAVE ALWATS WANTED, OR -..  ADD A TANK OR TWO.  !  'r^Mw  2��% DISCOUNT Of1. ALL AC|II---I1UMS Af^D CAMOPix^S.SMMPLE^  Off A $5.00 AQUAHIU^ SAVE $1.00 -  Oil A $34.00 A-HIAHIUH  ��/WE $2.p0<  i  :l J(��  J . .I 4  ;; t  V ���!  M  W�� Are Open  6 Pays A Week  OPEN  FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL.  9  P.M. CHECK #UR FRIDAY  NIGHT SPECIALS!  C!hca-"�����__ 13  Gravel  ', Tallin  Oriiamenfs  Aquariym Salt  '      i����lis on Fish  Turtles  ������'���������:;��� ftirtle'Eowls;'  ~y;  Pqg Supplies     .  Cist Litter  l|gpister Litter  ,'     ' Heaters  : ���  Gasig ��aBves  Shrimp Matcheiy Kits  If we hqvep't gpt it ask us to orffer iff for y��y .  ��*m*.4^*'W4mtii,*mm00um4*04��mmm*mmm0m00  mum��iWi��iyj��_  .^MWW_tll>l)IMWI^(l(pMIIWIW_*l*y_i^l��<^W^*^^'^  If Z- M0UTAIN PE"  MitMM_-_i______IMMII-M^^  'LIES  ^pM   dUVt   _*���***!���."'  ^-  \  f, ��-,, ��� ^^O *���*(<,.* t '��!,(���* ^ i^t (*%���._ 1B'*V*I*   ���*��� I Cf'T��,B  H,  #|_^lt#fc,r1f��.1H��. Jrt.*��|��trf^  fH-.��H>-Hl   ^_*^h.**f*    *r^  lf.��MT  fH����*.W(il_ -#. ^��i j*** ����Vi-��   '  i��irt^rt^�� W*l''fl**'�� ^*4fV*^n��4^ik4i#t iHi. ttll *#Vt%iM  l^||^H��'ll|l|Wlt<��|#>l(||lWlil|,'��l|��>><**l|i>| WTntWWn����l|.��llW��>.W��lWWWl ^B��#'M^I����Wi����*'(ll**|^lW��t'll��'"l����'^��^*f*%**1'^'  i i(i)H��tf*ft��!(j��ini^Mj ,"w f n_*#wiM__i(t_<rtn#^ f y'  'f1   a  .��- - -  \    H  , .�� *<���*)  '. ���*  f >?i^*/YY ^.'^  ���    '. . ..Y"i,v  'w^  &  ____  .'I  m�� '.; y.  MS  Ws-'V-*  ^rr. ;*..yyvy  Mi ���>-yy>y  m  '��V  gt Vfa . J..  Wcilnesdfliy; S-jftewfoer Ii; |9^  ii Hi .wpp- i�� I   ill <���!-i i mi i ii���imp'i__   hi l nil! i iliKiiii ��������� i|in * phii Ill    i mmmmiUmm  lnS^m0fM���ji  > * > j 3  I?"  *. _ >  J. '(4  .^  ' ��� J**' Yf w��is��'rar  1 -  spM&atdr wte^t^tyhkgy ty��^��d<$.^fJ^ "*' ~rii*  Y   Y\<\> xY.- .J /,.���. Y ,<  _Y -k* __Y^'#jYY1'_5 t.  f?M  If*'  <" YV .-;'  fc  ���_ Ye  IS^Af*i_S^^:  <Y.Y>.V  (.��r\  ���_*.' ��$.:/* r  ���f   _  r A    __Sfi_k��.     K  1 I (I"  <J  0*��<  .f'-l  .pass up. So any farott^-Maw and I ��i��Wfii*PJ---iT-Tr lt "7  --.__._      ___."^ ^"s j__.   ��-~_-��_v�����. ���.__,_*_.__ _*_*  _7.,YLu-7i.���.fr7���.y1. _.��_. tsi-_.-3>,'A- <s^H_rifinpennon, and 13jw*'*Guars_iieed   nate component of pensions .pajr^lelto,  J__.    ~_!j_5 '_* ________ ^A _��/>��___       -_.___-_... j JI._.M/_jl  ...*J��nn��.   mill  i<ii<MM^_.  OJllil oi flieLcomMned HaWOMi_^Yi��ary 19^*" <>r^^ J?**166^.��^ %^^Y|  /^"jto_te_^1ha____-_t4w^-^ ttft'.Giiaraliteed' rate comoonfints, of pensions payabte&to^i  <lmy�� st*   "''-,  -"*-       -"���"'    ���"       ii~"t!-  hoisted  found a!  itpanisota--flifl_y.  "We weir�� In ,11.-.       .. ���  ^_ _���.  We dragged the'ttoa-d Into the wafeF --pd'aa^sesi1^ cotiWhiilidns'^and^J��^fi& ?ii_der _ae"P_mj~ , * If  and cliimlbed aboard as it took off in ^viB__-r"the"Cala__i Penraon Plan; also^ ef-     . Tbe maximuiri d^th benefit payable ntf-  _ti_S Jjreeze. She sailed ike an'ocean^ey^'feeti^to JSuiary. ^    ^      " \    . ,der "t1116 Canada' Pension Plan for deaths:  hound! We did not mind the water cascadY?% -The^'^pensipn' increase   Saraotmcemejtt,^wuch occur in 1969 will be-$520. Y  ing along 4he flush deck as we bounced   foilbwed^an J_ocrease-Aof!tvw$ percent iathe    * ' "^ %  throua^uthe chop. This mas a "gas'%-w1& rp��n_i_n jDad^K^ltbes.kaximunv aliased i>y ' r*].��ir/��h cetrvir-e^c rA��flm_> ^  ing to it! yV '*l-_a__4o4, ^-m?396�� _o 1969. The Pension   WiHirCI! Services resume  },   .  We onade like the crew ol Jthe original /'index reflects increase- in the Consumer    at WHsOU Creek United If  ^Bluenose", mddng passes along the dock'fPrice Index.       ' CHURCH services have been resmned'm  on Davis Bay for the ->enefit of those fisWng *     Old Age Security pensions will increase        ^e Wilson Creek United Church. &*r-  ^here. But on one such pass I could',not ���from ^76,50 to $78.00 a month. More than  help but notice the water was lapping up" "x',500,000 "men and women will receive the  . increase'" including, those whose  pensions  will start in January when -he eligible age  will be reducedjto ���6 years. ' XIUTOLW ���^ w ��� w^��� . ~~   'r Jn addition, approximately 780,000 old ^e g^t portion of the service then childsfen  age security pensioners will benefit -from from 4-9 years of age, yill be taken to i_e  the increase in the Guaranteed Income Sup-,   Sunday School room for the latter partipf  _   _:~ lu ^.-u --   --   -.- -  ->~   plement. The maximum suplement will rise   ihe hour t  ft^'ftj*ttlw? f^xf-^^J^^^iti Jammry torn "&��.&> to &lM.a tdotith.   ,   lt     *���   te atroreciated if some^e"  Ashore (faying not to notice the people 0-   'i*.. ^nmhitipH mtaAhv ,hpnefit far -those��      "  womd        appreciajea _t  someone  %e dock);1Sled the plug to dShr the1' gj S^trtW^^-^cSy^   wuM telP *** Sm^,y &?��(d **��� ?����   *~ -��- - ��� * v/m u -n(x,.2Q compared to the ctitreU    Mrs' Margaret Lamb at 885-9975.  payment of $107.10.  (Maximum pensionable earnings under  the Canada Pension. Plan, Mr. Cote said,  will rise by $100 from the present $5,100  to $5,200.  Maximum yearly contributions by employers and employees will increase from  l'v��-  _:Y*w_  j$!$_vi  wS  "^Y.&y,^ .  *!__*. Yk&z-oh&\, \ >  ^i 2__si_ **' <*' >  ly*.?  j  m  "Jl-'i'-i,  ..  .,^  Iflifl4  f-K".  Pj  around jmy chest and she had be-ome^  rather sluggish to handle. My thoughts  3>eca~ne a reality when I followed any  ^other-ift-tew over the side as our craft.  capsized, Ml of water . . . Ever try to  tsaii a log?  In addition to the hoard filling' (with  vices will be held at 9:30 each Sunday   |  morning and families interested in Sunday  School should bring their children to tiie  9:30 a.m. services. ^  There will be a combined meeting Jipr  ffor another pole to act as a gaff, drove  ;back to Davis Bay, re-rigged the board  "and there we were again, crashing through"  s_ae *aiif.   Wow!   Great,   man!   We were"  ^eally flying.  ^Now.r_he would not come about  jwoperlyj the rudder was sitting too high,  f k_pt throwing the tiller from side to side,  Overfence: "It's the same every spring.  He bursts with energy for about thjjee  hours and has a bad' back She rest cO��e  year." * �� ���"< I  i&9* ^^^ ,U3t tM:kiu^ *! Surf^T    ���� current $81.00 to the new figue of $82.80  of ithe wMer. We were careening down the  wind. Sure we were flying, but so would  a piece Of driftwood going with the wind  in that breeze.  I knew that even if we did come about,  we .would not be able to tack up wind  because with that rudder, 1 could not hold1  the board close on the wind. So there we  were, running free with the wind right aft,  heading for Sechetlt  1 was now beginning to wonder how  we would get iback to pick up our car once  wet arrived at Setoheit and was answered  by any jbrother-dn-law disappearing over  the side >again_ ^Phere I was, hanging on,  trying to sail a log once _nore! The loss  of 4he considerable weight my brother-in-  law displaced did not help the stability of  the board one bit . . . over she went, Ml  of water. Our "jury-rig" plug had made  our board as watertight as a sponge!  Oh, joy! We had snapped the mast this  time,   as  well.   Brilliant  sailing,  indeed!  Again we puled our board ashore, drained  it, lashed the sail to what was left of the  mast, and began hauling the board back  along the beach to Davis Bay, waving sarcastically to the people sitting in front of  their    cottages,    smirking'���  behind    tali  of gin and tonic . . . Tennis, anyone? . .;  v   Smal Stuff: That red ''Slow" sign Just  -^'fi-____��sou> '���ixeaci_':-i1J!e-'vhospta4^_vhen- you  are Coming from Selma Park must be for  small cars ... I sti_ think'-it is only put-  on, but apparently a fellow by the name  of. iMbCoranaek  5s   seriously   thinking   of  turning  down  the  prize he  won at ihe*  Abbotsford Air Show. This chap, living in  Victoria, thanks the two tickets to Amsterdam he won is a pretty poor prize. He  Maintains that of all the places there are  to go, 'Amsterdam is the worst.  It's a terrible place in his estimatioa  because everything shuts down at 9.30 at  night; the place Ss dead! It is dbvious he  has never been to that fair city or it is  just that he has so much cash that his  ideas of where to go for a swinging time  are somewhat bent. He should take a walk  along Canal Street or take a quick taxi ride  up to( iRembrandt Square. There is no such  time as 9:30 here. Failing that, there is  always The Hague, a short train journey  away <not our conception of trains, either),  or it is twenty minutes to Rotterdam, six  hours to Paris and not too far to any^other  city in Europe for that matter.  No!  On  second thought, it has to be a hoax. My  source of information is not entirely reliable. In. fact, 1 bet he, is a disc jockey on  some radio station ...  Well, well! Just as my index finger  slammed down on that "dot", my door  burst open and I recelbed the news that  Jill and IMcrv Messner have just become  the proud parents of a 7 pound 12 ounce  baby boy, There Is going to be a hot time  in ttye old .ompiex tonight!   each. Maximum annual contributions by  self-employed persons will increase from  $162.00 to $165.60. Canadian employers will  receive t_>n_ribul_on (tables incorporating  the changes _efore the end of this year.  Mr. Munro stated that all retirement  pensions being paid under the Canada Pension Plan at the end of 1968 will be increased 'by two per cent in January 1969.  Retirement pensions which become payable  for the first time in 1969 will be slightly  higher than those which became payable  in 1968. On the basis of the new ceiling of  $5,200, maximum full retirement pensions,  first payable in 1976, will be increased from  $106.25 a month, to $108.33.  Survivors' benefits became payable for  the first time in February, 1968. All such  benefits being paid at the end of 1968 will  also be increased by two per cent in Jan-  OTiCE  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Sechelt  Monday, Sept. 16  For on appointment for  eye examination phone  \  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  ��.  v  Need a Washer-Dryer!  or BOTH. See Your  ZENITH Dealer in Gibsons.  (A Marshall Wells Store)  Your Authorized  ZENITH AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND DRYER DEALER  in GIBSONS.  GBBSONS HAHDWAHE (1966) UD.  PHONE 886-2442  Thoro'a mover any question when you buy Foreyth  Tacoma Permanent Proaa ahlrto. Thoy olwaya look ond.  feol as frosh-ao-a-dalfjy. Your choice of whlto, b!uo#  Band, mint, or maize, and eight collar styles. $6.05.  Wo also have Tacoma Permanerjt Press In sportknlla,  cport shirts, pajamas, and boxer shorts. In your favourite,  otyloa and colours.  nprp  Ln-iUV-  n/  IX  Tlio ��neH In lt�� Hold-  m  ����  s.  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