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The Peninsula Times Sep 25, 1968

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Dawson, 3_4nis-��' _*<_q! adda&m to her WortVri Williagdon   ������� �� "'"  '���-   - (��.u I___^_    ���������i���* 1 ' ' "         ���'  '    ���    ' ' "j  ' -"ter Wi_aout Portfolio, wbo complMed'ap&c^  uree3av "live-in" at _E__uh__b lake School' '" ^MrfC Dawsoj* did add, 1_o|ug_, *ifo_��tv she  BHJto'  on TSurfiday night/stated float shp.is more' "r^yreaIoye_->iier)visit and ^e wpnder&jl  than, pleased with her sojourn at the School. Yop^i>4u_ity to meet so many otweJwys.  It, jbad been her intention to spend two days   and appreciated 4__ kindnesses and: _<K>p-  1 only, but s&e decided to stay the extra day. ���. ter^ition shovm her hy all, l____,tbos-i _atay-  "wMcli; she. fett'ii^* Traiiranited.     , ,'      )   -in,^ *-__i _ib$e woriong at the Sc&oolj   ���  During her visit, she slept i__ oi^of jftie^ ^ ,__ ��� .._     ���_��_._*_*��_������  rooms in tbe Sick Bay, iand had her meals/-?l?_ii'j��J|---^Si-5��--_ _-��-*����i����S _�������������  wifc lhe t>oy_. is the Cafeteria ty^Dining' �� |iHa XC_ISiIIS C_0liP_ilyU  Boom, having the same hill of fare a&fae . .   w       -    .   w *      *r  boys.-She was giyen her own'set of keys  ~on arrival at the School, and as a result,  was able to visit all sections of tbe School  on her own initiative, winch included the  Mtchen, security, classrooms, auto shop.,  woodwork shop,~pu_lic works, etc., and also visited tbe boys working on a forestry  sectioi. and the gardens.  ���She has many opportunities with many  of the boys, either individually, or in groups  and also with many of the staff. Mrs. Dawson, .who is making no further statement  at this time, said she would be busy sorting out thh- information and her own observations .which she has gathered together.        - ���  IVhen completed, she will submit a report in detail to *b- Minister of Social Welfare, Honourable Dan Campbell This will  toys school eqepaatf  - BQBERTS Creek housewives are doing a  little extra homework jthis- week .in a  fund-raising .campaign to help provide Roberts Creek School with extra equipment  Spnsored by the Parents Auxiliary, a  hake sale will be' held this coming Friday  from 2-4 p.m. in the Super Vala-store, Sun-  " ~nycrest- Plaza, - I  All iproceeds will bemused to help provide  Hie school with essentials' necessary to  meet the present modern methods of education now available to students.  A' spokesman for the'Auxiliary states  _ that auxiliary members- aai^,"teachers"of  Boherts Creek School gratefully ��� appreciate  the help of the busy housewives-who have  made the bake sale possible.'  Sechelt C oi C ��� ..  BALI/OOMS, excellent food and first class    the group of young Vancouver entertain-  eritert__nme_it set' the scene for what was    ers who jprobided an hour's first class dan*  __.____J_rva_-M4-_n.__.1_v    _-4��._r-     ��_��   41. a    _-n_n__>4     ��-./WM��1<oi��~    iCStAliQll __.'_ ___>       ______ _^____ __<     . a     _____._.___��_. .Ir-.!���___-     __.__-___...__*._.______  cing, singing and music. Mainly teenagers,  the group won tremendous applause from  what, it was later learned, was the largest  audience the young people have yet per-  ���-see pass 3  undoubtedly one of ithe most popular social  eyents for some years, last Saturday when  the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce celeihrated its twenty-first anmver-  fcary.  Albou. two hundred guests attended what  was the first such event to be held an the  new {Peninsula Dining Boom and among  those present were' Mayor Fred Feeney  representing council elf G_hsons, School  Board Chainman Bon Douglas, Pender  Chamber president John Haddock together  with several ttnemhers of the Pender Barbour Chamher. (MLA. Hon. isahel Dawson  had heen hrvjtted to attend but apparently  had other committments; Guest of Honour jm_,p_ AND toxmer, header of the i_|>eral  Hay Perrault M.P. proved an excellent Party in B.C,rBay Perrault jaoyed a  speaker and gained loud applause yrhen he popular speaker at *&e twenty first anni-  announced his -wife was' hoxn in Pender versary of the Sechelt and District Cham-  Harijour, TuSxs. Perrault was unahle ito be ber ot Commerce held last Saturday at the  present due to a bout of I influenza. Peninsula Dining-Room.  Am oriff-M chatter imeimher of -he Se- - fe^piessing his pleasure at being pre-  chelt ebgmber and still actwe in C^iamlber' sent JS-irVPenrault said he ibrinigs with him  aflfcuss,. Jfldfcaiaaysfe^Tead a. iefter-signed ___'___Jf_e.^_ii;^rd*es ofsPitiune JVEmster  b^MMM-'-^t^i^JPWfp /ctm&wg coi> 4__OTew_5lilaot'l^ea-i,'-!Fish_ries M-qastftf  *gT&Watiaa$s, Ito^the-^Setpbeti aafl. 13_is_r_ct iand fenmet member 'for* Coast Cajalano,  Cha_a_ei'_f Commerce on the ..event oit its    -ton.-Jack Davis and oar new member i&w;  Service recognition  Charter members of Secheii ao4 1^-  trict Chamber of Commerce,, Mr.  Jim Parker and Mr. Jack JSayne  were awarded Honorary Life Membership at the Chamber's 21st IbMh-  day party held on Saturday September 21st. "Pictured from left: < Mr.  Parker; President Mr. Erxdi'Hen-  sc&; Mr. Mayne and Liberal M_��.  Bay Perrault who flew from Ottawa  to attend function as guest speaker.  P. A. Hoare . ���  BC Bfdhr�� securifY officer  warns fhoughfless hmifers  Up to governments . . .  . ASDH. aid still o.FO.iloble  Lay Perrault tells, C pi C  be added.'   ',-* ' .  '' He said the-one tiring-thai-.greatly con-  night Here in Canada we have the, highest  standard ctf Jiving anywhere in the wc4_j_L  IEBESPDI-SIBLE  use  of  firearms   near  powerlines can result in needless hardship and;danger,' a B.C. Hydro official  warned today.  P. K. Hoare, Hydro's chief security  officer, issued the warning as the hunting  season-an tihe province approaches its peak.  Hie-said -thoughtless target shooting at  power^nes can bring inconvenience and  loss to Hydro customers as well as serious  danger,-and result in thousands of dollars  in annual expense to ithe public  Such vandalism reflects. unfairly upon  the imajorily of hunters, who are responsible and 'considerate, said Mr. Hoare.  Poweriline insulators khatttored Iby bullets can cause a live' wire to __-j causing  a hazardous situation.  -   Inconvenient and pbto___lly disastrous  'power Merniptions also- _an jresnlt. For  promptly reported to  nearest police agency."  He said anyone guilty of wileful damage to Power facilities was liable, of convicted, to be sent to jail or fined and  ordered to make restitution.  Nurses Assocation  plan years1 program  S ___SB_IN__- Coast Chapter of the Registered l_urses Association resumed regular meetings on September 9th at Seaside  Park.       ^  Weather was perfect for the Beach  Party and those in attendance enjoyed it  very much.  Possibility   of  holding   a   "Wine  and  Volume % Mo. 43 IOC  ���   WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1968    '  *^amtmiam*0m*mmmt0*ma+*m*~00ammm~000m0mm^~~m00mm*rm*n, iiwmmm������_>  legofiations proceed  on cable-vision plans  CABLE-VISION for both Gibsons $nd Seehelt has not been shelved and although  a great deal of red tape and negotiation  has been involved during recent months,  a spokesman for the  company told The  Times last week, plans are now progressing satisfactorily:  ����fw��  sites have  been   located   in   the  -Sechelt area and negotiations for both, are���  now talking place. Total cost of the giant  antennas and installation is  expected to  exceed   $W,<_9  for   ithe   Sechelt   projeclt  alone.  Tests have already been made from  the sites and reception has proved excellent No date for commencement has been  announced but is hoped to start soon.  Branch 96 Secretary  seminar representative  REPRESENTING Secbelt Branch 96 OAPO, secretary Mrs. Olive McGregor will  attend the" Senior Citizen Counsellor's Seminar to be held in -Victoria from October  6-Qth.  Ojpening address will be given by Hon.  Isabel Pawson, MLA, Mackenzie Riding.  Hon. Dan Campbell, Minister of Municipal  Affairs will also address the 35 representatives from throughout-the Province.  Program includes discussion with experts in the field of Housing, Health Services, Legal and Financial Affairs, Income  and Maintenance, Education and Leisure  Activities.  Representatives will also be guests of  Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.  Hon. John Robert Nicholson at a reception  and tea to be held in Government House.  lions Club project  gels good response  RESPONSE to the appeal on behalf of the  Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society is going quite well, according to Mr.  Jack Nelson whom the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club elected as Campaign Chairman  for the CABS mail campaign.  The Sunshine Coast lions Club is sponsoring CARS' campaign for the second  year running. They haye sent lout 2500 appeal letters to residents of ihe Sunshine  Coast" j  Whatever the size _f your donation, the  Regarding setaratisan he said he-on-    v���** 1�����OT-?M���� ����� *����* *F���- *��"         w    ���   _         m      t  sidens this to befane of the countries gwa.   6^���fi-   * , "*"?���*��?   <������*��   xoom   Cheese" iparty as a fund raising inject   fact ifratyou respond gives encouragement  test ifcnagedies 'it would be nnuch* hefted  *n_|M suddenly be^ left ���HnfflKMit power. was ^sc^ed g^ comes of teutaitive plans    f�� <he^ workers and Jjrings hope to the vie-  to *o&*xa*oxv^^ - for- ffhft-coming j$ar veee -distaibuted 4*   J��PyM< iritis. Please, don't hold back  tion -anfiBrffiaiT -^sitting absm^-^*^*���^!* tS?*?"* ^^ Vaad*#-   -jn^g^s. -jfctaal daSfer ind aiaces^of anesOr- -i��.*w ���<^J���.6S9^JW^^a-i5ma_i.suanf-%  from   Her   Majesty   Queen  n  anmversary,  Elizabeth.  A gift and congratulatory card was presented President of the Sechelt Chamber,  Eriche Hensch, by Pender President John  Hayes had the honour of presenting life  membership certificates to the only two  remaining charter members Jack Mayne  and Jim Parker, both have played active  parts in a great deal of what has been  achieved by the chamber since its inception in T947.  Giving a run down of its early days, Mr-  Parker explained that originally we had  only the Gibsons Board of Trade, as it  was called In those days, but Sechelt eventually decided to form its own group. ILaiter,  Pender Hlarbour did the same thing. He  said this was a good thing and all three  chambers have gone ahead very well since  vthen.  Behind the scenes a tremendous amount  of work had been taking place for some  days an order (to get the dining room completed in time, and while 'great credit goes  to quite a few, special commendation cer-  ccrtainly goes to Joe Benner, who, after  working late into the might for days prior  to the event, turned around and played a  major part in the preparation of the food  and was still working when it was all over.  There was no questioning the talents pf  Coast C__.-__in Paul St. Pierre.  He said he is not unfamiliar with the  Sunshine Coast, indeed his .wife was bom  at Pender Harbour and both have visited  ithe aTea frequently in the past. We therefore hjave three men in Ottawa upon who  we might feel free to call for any assistance it is in their ptower to give.  He told an audience, of aitoost two hundred, that a few chamber members had  suggested he had made a sacrifice in coming here straight from Ottawa- "this is  certainly not so, I look forward to every  excuse to visit the Sunshine Coast" he  said.  Regarding the progress of the area he  said the fact that it is served by two first  class newspapers is ample indication the  community is moving ahead. "It is a good  thing to see a community moving ahead"  he added.  Speaking in ParJiament, Mr. Perrault  said he had listened to a number of speeches by new members who were Leonard  Marchand, a native Indian, a Canadian  born negro, a Friench Canadian and D.  Lewis who was born in Poland. "These  men all gave extremely good and interesting speeches regardless of the panties they  each represent and this is good to see" he  said. "My own family came to B.C. without a dime in their pockets because they  6lmpJy thought it a better place to live in"  ing"'he said.  A.RJXA.  floi__ing 'out Ithe advantages otfi the  monies available for development in communities sucb as this, Mr. 1 Perrault stressed the fact that ARDA is\ available and  should be gone aifter even though we have  been unsuccessful in the pist. He stated  that so far the only part oflB.C. to have  yet obtained such assistance is the Oafcan-  hoof and ForTSt. James, leaving people    ing win be announced later.  and businesses withini a wide area with-,       P^sed schedule is as follows: Octo-  out power for more than five hours dur-    ber-dinnter  meeting  at  Casa   Martinez,  agan.   "This type of development aid as  ing peak-load evening hours.  B.C. Hydro offers a standing reward  of up Ao $250 for information for the inden-  i&cation of' any person causing wilful  damage to powerline.  "Since people and industry in modern  communities are so dependent on electricity," Mr. Hoare stated, "it is in tfye  public interest that anyone observed shoot-  Y*e* page 3  'ing at insulators or powerlines should be  Davis Bay. November���Business meeting  and speaker. December���Christmas Party.  January���business meeting and Mm. February���dinner_ meeting. iMlsrch���Businessi  meeting and speaker. April���dinner meeting. May���Business. June���dinner meeting.  larger'donations >>,ill even things ont. Remember that generosity is measured by  your avilingaess to give. The amount is a  matter of individual conscience and personal commitment. But please give something to indicate your sympathy with those  who suffer from arthritis, and your understanding of what CARS is doing to help  them. i  $183J00 charge . . .  \  \  ��3fS  ���   \  �� .  *��   if  ips scales  ������nsp^SiSi  TWO BTDS for 24" pipe to be used by  council for drainage in the post office  to Prowse Road area were opened at last  meeting of Gibson Council and were identical regarding cost of pipe. Contract however was awarded Armco Drainage and  Outlet products of Vancouver who indicated shipment would be F.O.B. Gdbsons  whereas thesottoer company, Westeel Rosco  Ltd. asked an additional $163 00 freightage. Total price of thc pipe will be $3,300  Active Auxiliary  Robert- Creek Parents Auxiliary are   Gail Hairsine; Muriel Ball; Thelma Sale will be held at Super Valu Store,  off to a cood start, in compaign to   Prittie and Belle Dube sold hot dogs Gibsons, next Friday from TA p.m.  raise frirata for school equipment,   and soft drinks on Friday and a Bake ���  For an equal length of 4" pipe, two  Gibsons contractors submitted tenders,  lowest by $6.00 was accepted and goes to  Gtibsons Building Supplies. Total price was  $383.C1.  Opposition to proposals by council to  empty treated sewage into the sea off  Gospel Rock seems to be growing and yet  another letter of complaint reached council last week.  Mrs. C. A. Sinclair of Gower Point  wrote stating she is appalled at intention  of council to empty poorly treated sewage  into the sea in that area.  Mayor Fried Feeney suggested Mrs. Sinclair be advised in| the same manner as  others who have'registered complaint and  be assured that a public meeting will shortlybe held at which time questions will  bevansweired, it Is hoped, satisfactorily.  Commenting on activity at tlie municipal airport, AldeJnman Ken Goddard paid  he had attended a meeting there and had  been quite surprised at the number of aircraft which wcria arriving and tatalng off.  He said a meeting had'been arranged with  DOT, the Secbdit representatives had missed meeting with them 'but the department  would be writing in due course as to its  findings.   Meetings have also been held between  lhe airport committee and representatives  of the Regional I District, It has been suggested that lhe Regional District assume  rwponsibaiity of thc airport but Aid. Goddard stated other meetings yvill have to  take place yet due to problems Involved.  J. Unland, given one month to remove  structures prcvlousty referred to as shacks  and eyesore* by council from his property  in the Bay area, jsou^ht, through hia lawyer  a stay of proceedings for oni. week Sn  order that the situation m'lg. 4 bo assessed.  Council unanimously agreed.  Kennels are jirrAenlly under construction and Impounding restrictions will come  into force, as soon as the pound keeper  assumes office. Council agreed that alt this  that, restrictions relating to the by-law  Mil be advcrtiised.  MatUXica.ion relating ito the Natilqnal  Building Code and leonnectlrrg plastic pip��  explained that one important restriction in  the code does not permit ]_astlc pipe to  penetrate a fire separation ,such as a par-  . fy wall .between two dwelling malts because  such pipe either carrien. flam<? or melt a  Wben exposed to heat, thus destroying the  dtc (separation integrity of thc ��cn*ar_tlon.  I.'  h  I  ��� _-*  ly . -  .-��� *���  ���lit    r r���S (,     *t. -t-  r-.v- ..ttSteW.  *-*_��*'* ��*_W''   *-M  ���_-.?tisS5_^_f^_3S3R!  Things to come  First hovercraft to arrive in Vancour  ver recently was this Search and  Rescue SR.N5 which has since undergone tests in the area ahd hag been  off both Gibsons and Sechelt. Many  other version are now becoming  available and chances are that such  craft should soon be operating betr  ween West Vancouver, Gibsons and  Powell River. Mr. John Laing of B.C.  Hovercraft told ihe times last week  that in all probabilities a stop will  also be established at Sechelt. Proposed charge from Gibsons to West  Vancouver will be $2.50 single fare  and $4.00 return. ,'  Councils-Beg. Board . . .  15 local representatives  attend UJB_CM. convention  FIF1TOEN representatives j from  the Sunshine Coast attended last week's Union  of British Columbia Municipalities Convention held at the Jio.teI Vancouver.  Representing Sechelt Village Council-  Mayor Wm. Swain; Aldonnen Adele de  Lange; Morgan Thompson and Harold Nelson. Gibsons Village Council���Mayor 'Fred  Feeney; Aldenmen Ken Crosby; Gerry  Dixon; Wally Peterson; Ken Goddard and  clerk to thc Council, Mr. l>ave Johnston.  Sunshine Coast Regional District rcprc-  flcntalivos were Chairman Frank West;  Director C'JMf GlUkcr; lxirne Wolverton;  Archie Rutherford and Secretary Charles"  Gooding.  PflOV.-MUNICIPAL STUDY  ���B.C. Municipal Governments approved  upending $80,000 to $95/X>0 for their (share  of a joint provincial-municipal mtudy of  revenues and reSponsrSiWlitks which1 alms  at producing a workable cost-sharing for-  *-[*���  mula for public and social services.  .Municipal share is based on 'a straight  population Assessment based on 10C6- cch-  *us figures at a rate of 5.28 cents per  capita, icvilcd agafnst all organized municipalities apd all electoral ai;e��B of regional districts,  Saanich Mayor Hugh Curtis stated at Uic  convention ithat estimated time to assemble  data will take from 12 to ,15 months and at  least a further (three to six months' to analyze It. i  Funds will bo requisitioned In amounts  as and when required.  Municipal AMaJrs Department's nbarc  of ithe costs consists of providing records  and Information, data processing, ?nd ultimately a portion of the analysis team,  and also provide office space and clerical  help.  ' ,The "lira|' of T. J: ' Plunkett' Associates  ha�� been retained ��nd hats already tbefun  Work, isaid Curtis.  \'  ^^yV^*^M.i��^*wYt*W'^-^V'W*^%^'4 .*~fi^4**4**4*r*,4^*44.*444.4444,^. .���������. _*_ �����..**,**_.��  ..._ ^,^ |f^.,%^^^-(^M^^   ^^1^tllgfir-1irt)lffri^l^^^T^*-^H-^*^Jri^'^^ V  _   ____...!__.. _ll    _K.__.__    -__..Y___-|_____E_..__i_. _J_._J__h.W_y AA__*_,.__r____p__._|[E4.__4_.__r_.__���uf���tA.  - '  h ; �� . - \\Y*wi> v"x*f jar"0'' -"fiS  ��-s5B rt -*">? *������� _f- 'Y��-f^"..  ���*M    -''.*>-   &  ^ ..    *  L&&_*3&5-^jtfS-__^^  '- /' '    ''  ,.\ *v�� ,���  '^yt^wvvwVWvY*  A  !  fogfe _. ;y lyttalh Tjmes, ^^tfWy^^lWB    n��AL ESTAT�� Continued)   REAL ESTATE <C��^___i��') ItfAL -STATE !_��*��*_);.' TRAVEL >;.  g ��mmimi���__���__���_������miw>wiinww���m ii.iinwm_ilnin_w.il   i������i��v����^^w����M��.-iiw____����r-n_��, ' '       * J   .      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WOfcK WANTED . fCtfU'  Member, Audit 8ureau  of Circulations  March 31. 1968  Gross Cututpfi-n 2066  Paid Circulation 1807  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  _J-Line Ad-_riefs,( 15 words)  One Insertion . 50c  .$1.00  -10c  fhree Insertions  Extra lines (5 words)  (This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers  10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Header advertising 25c  per count line.  PiSplay  advertising   in   classified  Ad-prief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rotes���  fty mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier/ 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT TREATRE  Gibsons  Wed. & Thur., Sept. 25 & 26  last two days for  DOCTOR SPEAKS OUT  (sex education)  Friday, Sept. 27  Personal  appearance of  the  POPPY FAMILY  Sat., Mon., Tue.,  Sept. 28, 30 and Oct.  1st  SOL MADRID  David McCallnm  3835-tfn  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to thank our many  friends for their kind words  of solace and beautiful floral  offerings in the recent bereavement of our beloved father and  grandfather. ��� Marilyn and  Dick fitanniger and children.  '"    ''"'���;. 9614-44  bojne    location.  $12,060,  Choose your building lot sow.  An excellent selection of level   ���    and view lots priced from $1,250  toUS_3l^_AJSl, -_abiiet '&_&__,. to $2,250. Downi payments from  willed�� friid: jobs. Eei��.iiajbile.   $250 with easy terms.      -   ' -  ,fa. g8^0_.Y: Y , lY   .^tf��^ j>A^g   BAY~EMly   serviced  CABPUNTB5E wik, alteratioiis,   ifew lot 60'xlSO' in fast devel-  carpoi-ts^   eip,    885-2345   or'   *l>&g a��*a close to - excellent  evenings 885-9460.^.   *���   iS74-1fo' "to&ack Full price ^2,250.   ,  SECttELT���Fully serviced %  acre in choice residential area.  An excellent buy at $2,500.  Terms. ' "'  Waterfront: 25 parklike acres  with level and gently sloping  area and 850 feet shorline. ^This  land is easily developed and  .overlooks well known Sargeant  Bay salmon fishing haunts. Full  price  $14,500.  Terms.  SECRET COVE AREA���Waterfront "inoteLmarina with tremendous potential. Modern, fully equipped lodge with dining  room seating SO persons and  owners living quarters; eleven  attractively placed cottages  each with _ view balcony; abundant water supply; boat  bouse, boats and floats. Full  details upon request Priced at  $125,000.   , ���  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Fully  sferyieed, beautifully treed, waterfront -and seini-waterfront  lots in this scenic harbour with  year-round boating and fishing.  Priced from $2,500 to $6,500.  SAKINAW LAKE���Large waterfront lots on .his beautiful 6  mile long lake. Easy access via  Lee's Bay. Easy terms available. Full price $4,250 eaclL  For these and other choice properties on the Sunshine Coast  contact Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay at Gibsons office, 886-  9900.  9577-42  '���r'i'tBn' Mboard 'fc_? .sale, -gste."  #uli    prfee   ^^ iiree?,and"gar_^f|&i^ne   a-oU beia^dble,carport, Lovely  Cbris Johnson, S8fr9832^%(j   " Yiandspaped  yard   wiiin. patio.  EWART McMYNte;   , ^ ti>  , ���  REM.TY & JNSURi^lCE. ;^L___:  ^6-42   Sale by owner, pkone evenings, CASS ond TRUCKS   ,.  .    r   ^*   ' ���    hauled, P_- 8SS-W5L   ��� 957444  061244  ���Vi v  LICUT work required by responsible Tfrdt&ajtt. Pjx. 8S5-_>08"  evenings.  ' ,,_       '-    ,954543  PART time  tkiok-keeping and  accounting. Setting up books  for new   businesses,   financial  satements, etc. Ph. 885-2864.  > 962144  Ii ii .mi���___���_������ nil , i_il_i>_ii���i_ii_. -i_n____y^   BABY sitting in my home at  Roberts   Creek'.   Phone   886-  7130. ;;    ;    ^ 962244  47 YEAR did mas and his son  wishes caretaker job for an  estate in Secbelt area during  winter months, 'Phoife 885-9313.  1&644  WANTED  WILL    purchase    patches    of  standing tainber.  Phone 886-  2459. ^ ' yV&fL-m  1 OR 2 BEDROOM house wantx  ed. Village water, all conven-.  iences,   near   shopping   area,  Gibsons  or  Sechelt,   Ph.   985-  9629-45  Notary WblicV;^^;-; CHA^OES EHGLlSH LTD;  Member ' * > . \'' i''��� Su__j-S_f5rt" ��.-Shdppirig Cenfee^  Van^uyer Real ^ B^ard pwy^ m J^^ c^ast  . Multiple lasting Sendee?., , Mth tf wCompleie/ Professional  "i   "'   JPMWE 886-2248/   ".  WRECKING i'1959   Studebaker  autonia_c.  886-7094.  ' , 9627-46  TRAILERS  -_.��� nj '-S|rvice, ,  Reai JSstaife ��� fosurance    \  (General, and Life)  Law Office'and Notary Public  <R- F, Ke_inett)  Promjfr-tftemion to plirchase or  sale of pn>i_atty ftom inception  to registration*  WF  cottage on  WtiW^m ���. ^ m.fa pUrcha3e cau ^w _  property. West Secbelt. ,jEiouse   q^. ex^gjienced salesmen are  .- t  Electric heat, modem 3~"bdnm  semi-waterfront home, 3% yrs.  old, $15,000 ppy; Y' ^rl>"  Well equipped machin^'.jshpp  on Vh acres. Water rights established. Roberts Ck. $8,000. .  HELP WANTED  OBITUARY  X\ ,t'  BUNCH���Suddenly September  19th, 1968, Guy Penn Bmieh  of Cochrane Road, Gibsons,  B.C. Sulrvived by bis ever loving wife Florence, one son  John, California and one sister, Mrs. I. Perkins of Colorado. Private family service was  held September 22 from the  Family Chapel of the Harvey  Funeral Home. Rev. M. Cameron officiated. Cremation. In  lieu of flowers, donations to  St. Mary's Hospital.        962844  PERSONABLE  young  lady  to  train as dental nurse. Apply  in writing to the Dental Centre,  RR 1, Gibsons,  B.C.        961344  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-i-n  FULLY   furnished   1   bedropm  cottage for rent; $60 per moiK  th plus utilities. Mission Point  Motel. Ph. 885-9565.        9524-tfn  l|_LFMOON Bay, 5 room house  for rent. Ph. 885-9.32.  I.     955443  ONE bedroom, fully furnished  and    equipped    cottage    o n  beach at  Mission point.  Now  avaiMbie.  922i-568i:  West Van.  954643  FURNISHED cottage   for rent  at Halfrnoon Bay. ,One bedroom. 885-9534. v      960144  on highway, cottage at beach.  $15,000 FP. Half cash,   ,,  68' waterfront, iSO' deep, 2  bdrm cottage -wShl sundeck,  steps to beachY Half cash on  $15,800. '  West of Egmont where the fish  are. WF with own floats^ <130'  wide, almost 1 acre with 3  bdrm, % bsmt homcGtood water, $14,000 full price, some  terms.  $30,000 for 2 bdrtn home on IS  acres close to Lafttgdale'(terminus. Good water, Mghway frontage with commercial jpossibil-  ities., Woi^shop and', commercial gravel deposit. ^8,000 down.  4 bdrm home with imaginative design. Double plumbing,  el. heat. Nicely landscaped, SO'  lot on prime beach, with 30'  road allowance alongside, $29,-  500.  'at1 youir service.  8S62481  8546-tfn  LOST  DAVIS BAY. OneWsmall bro^wn  handy "purse.   Finder   please  leave :at Times office or phone  885-20_4.?    ' 963144  FOR SALE  30 FT. (ANDERSON)  TRAILER  Very Clean .$2,350    .  Ab -Haddock, Madeira Park.  'Phone 883-2440.  193940  BOATS & ENGINES  RUNABOUT boat storage available. Safe and dry for winter.  Ph. 886-2400, Shaw Rd. Gibsons.  *     , 9516-tfn  15 'FT* CADILLAC alum, boat,  35 hp motor, trailer,  cover,  lights for sale. Phone 885-2007.  9618-tEn  GIBSONS BuUdtng Supplies.  Ltd. 886-2642Y Gibsons, fe.C.  Quality Ready-mixed concrete  Serving tbe area for 20. years  90-tf_  WANTED TO BUY  2 -BEDROOM   house,   Seehelt  area.  Box 399 Sechelt.  Tel.  883-2530.    ' S57844  FOR SALE        ,    ,  FIRE season here:  Buy your  trash imcinerator from Sechelt  Kinsmen at $3.50 each. Phone  885-9542.  '   95M-4*  USfeD oil range, $39.95;- Moffat  electric range $49.95; Easy  Spiratator washer, $29.95; used  TV, 2 years ,_ld, new set warranty, $199.95. Parker's Hardware, Sechelt 9570-_fn  IF   IT'S   suits-it's   Morgans '  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  1 8893-tfc  water storage (tank, approx.  2fiW gate with-complete structure.' Offers. 385-S5G5.    958142  OIL heatei*, pipes, stand and  drum,  $50.  Treadle sewing  machine,  $20. Phone 885-8386.  , * "        rim-u  FOR limited time only���chickens 50c each, alive^ no dressing. 885-2048, Bring own containers. 3619-tfn  LTTTLE used Winchester 30-30  model 94. 22. calibre Cooey  repeater with scope, gun rack,  cleaning kit and bullets. $110.  Ph. 885-613. 961144  MARINE ACCESSORIES  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-tfQ  Halfrnoon Bay Happenings  E. McMynn  Do Wormian  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons       and        Burquitlam  9633-44  K. BUTLER REALTY  IN MEMORIAM  \  Gone from me but leaving  memories,  Death can never take away,  Memories that will always lin-  1 ,gery ��� ..     ,  While upon this earth I stay.  In loving memory of my husband Hank who passed away  September 30, 19J54 ��� Vera  Clark. j        '961544  IN LOVING memory of Ha__/  Clark who passed away September 30, 1964.  Silent memories, true and ten'*  der,  Just to show we ��tlll remember.  The, Clark family, Vancouver  9616-44  PERSONAL  FOR complete Information otr  Marine, Industrial and Liability Insurance: Claims and  Adustmcnts, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consult-  ant Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  WC-9546 and 8851)425. 489-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  B,x 294, Sechelt, B.C.   Phonn  iSC-9876. 0C0-tfn  WORK WANTED  TILUCUM Chimney S<srvlce,  Eaves cleaned and repaired,  Painting, gardening, Janitori  service, old Jobs, etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Phone  885-2101 or 885-2094. 1B71-Ifn  CARPENTRY    work,    contract,  or    wafiCfl.    Expert    finiflher  with 30 yeiarn  experience.   I'h.  8��fl-72')0  ��r  ftWi-lKHf.. 0020-4(5  VERNON & SON  BULLDOZING  (formerly A, E. Ritchcy)  Land Clearing with clearing  blade - Grading and  Excavating.  Competent work, service  ond sat Isf bet ion  guaranteed.  FURNISHED    batchelor   suite,  Sechelt area,  low rent.   Ph.  885-2041. 9594 .��a  WAIKIKI  Aloha Festivdl, Oct. 12th to  26th? Fully furnished one  bedroom (twin beds) modern  apartment with balcony  lanai. Just one block to  beach and golf course.  Available by week _j month.  yVri.e Mr. F; Lewis, R.R. 1,  Gibsons 6t |shone days 886-  104544  WANTED TO RENT  2   BfcDBOOM   house,   Sechelt  hrea.   Box  399  Seihelt.   Tel.  883-2530. 062440  REAL ESTATE  EXCELLENT commercial lot  -^-centre Sechelt���highway location, level and cleared. All  services available, Box 1104  P<*htosula Times. im-ttn  WANTED to  purchase,   waterfront   cottage.   One   bedroom  and attic or ? Prefer ��� sweeping  view.    Write   2450  Vancouver,   B,C.  West   33rd  9G17 .4  ACREAGE 7.49 ACRES  WILSON CREEK  Int.udes two homd^ pultaWe  for subdivision or trailer camp.  FP $27,000. DP $10,000. Phono  collect Lewis Graham 987-8131  or 98B0781. 3 bedroom home  on two lots, 11148 Gower Point  Rd. FP $23,500, DP open. Ph.  IaiwIs Graham collect 087-8131  or 088-6781.  H. L. WADDELL LTD.  1414 Lonsdale  Norlh Vancouver  119.8-44  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Phone 886-2887  1555-tfn  IlEQUIIIEI)   IMMEDIATELV���  deveIo|X"d, umleveloped waterfront, Nenii-waterfront 1o(k or  block ncijcuRi). Georgia Strait,  Island, Sunshine Coast, Howe  ���Sound, Powell River to 8_ua-  mlsh.  Coll Collect 688-3501  Our   rcprestwilatJve   will  bv  In  yimc area  fn��m Septeni!>er  20  Ui .SeplemlKT 29 to asBCSs property and to call on you.  9030-44  PENDER HARBOUR: 9.26 acres with" all year stream. Good  ^zin^iland. Completely modern foul bedroom split level  home, A-oil heat. Right on bus  route for schools. Auto washer,  dryer, deep freeze, stove, dishwasher, fridge included in the  low price of $21,500 with only  $9,000 down'. Phone DON TAIT  883-2284.  SECHELT: 1.22 acres with 80'  waterfroht. Three bedroom  home on level beach area. Electric heat, fully insulated, includes range, garbage burner,  fridge and freezer; Try $15,000  dowh.  ROBERTS CREEK:. Five acres  with sea view level, road roughed in, clearing for home, $4500  easy terms.        '��� ,   ,  75'   waterfront,   one?  acre   o_(  land.   Beautiful   two   bedroom i  home with full basement. Rec-1  rocm in basement. Utility room  and greenhouse, lovely garden  with   fruit   trees    and    berry  plants. Garage. Imported shrubbery.  Only $23,500 full price.  5.25 acres fronting on two blacktop roads. Lovely two bedroom  home completely insulated,  nice garden, garage and workshop. Full Price $16,000. Terms.  Nearly    new    three    bedroom  home, electric heat, lots of cupboard space.  Yt  acre close to.  beach,     Full     price     $18,000.  Terms.  GOWER POINT: The loveliest  property in' the Gower Point  area. Lot Is }00'x217', all cleared with nice shade trees. Comfortable two bedroom homo, el-  leotric kitchen with appliances  Included. L4rge stone fireplace  In delightful Jibing room. Work-  fibdp In rear, also garage and  one room sleeping cabin. Further details on request.  Small do-it-yourself deal. Partially finished, one bedroom  home, in nice area, good water  supply.   $7,000.   Full   Price.  GIBSONS: Six view acres pric  cd to sell at $2000. Easy Terms,  Three bedroom home on nearly  1 acre, larfio living room with  fireplace, W/W carpeit, electric heat, double garage. Try  $10,000 down. '  View lot in village, levelled  and ready to build on $3200 foil  price. I>ow down payment.  Beautiful three bedroom home  in central location. W/W carpet in livlngroom, newly painted, garage, double lot. on corner. Fireplace in livlngroom,  roughed in rec-room. Try $6000  down on $22,000.  Central   Gibsons. I/>t   65'xl30'  with   creek,   only $18000   with  only $MK) ��� down, balance ny  rent.  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  963444  THE SUN SHINES ON  Porpoise Bay���112' of sandy  ���beach, waterfront. Over one  acre with unl_nis_ed 3 be**-  room cottage. $14,000.  Sechelt ��� Close in. Rockery,  planters, shake roof, A-6il heating, 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.  Imxnsaculate ��� Quarter acre  fencied and in lawns, walks,  flowers, shrubs, and patios. 3  bedMom 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  \k acre cleared.  $19,500.  Large lot;, Selma Park, $2800.  Good terms.  $1,500 DOWN���In Sechelt, 2  bedroom house, remodelled, electric heat, laundry room, attached carport. Move right in  at $10,800.  H.. Gregory 885-9392  , ..'   H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Sechelt, B.C.  9632-44  BLOCK BROS.  K.   Butler  Ron.   McSavaney  Ed.   Butler  Don. Tall  ��� Bflfl-2000  ~, ��8��-W15fl  ��� 880-2000  ��� 883-2284  K.  BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gllmons,  B.C,  I Plwwe 880-3)00  MEMBER  jtfULTII'LK LISTING  SERVICE  962544  Phono Mr. Good G81-9700 collect, 24-hr. service or 730-0171  Main Office, 2096 Granville SI.  ISLAND���App. 1 acre, 2 col-  tages, water and elec. Pender  Harbour. $5,000 down asked.  MLS,  RETIREMENT REVENUE -  Sechelt   area,   waterfront   I.It.  4 suites on beach, 2 bedrms &  1 bdrm, rented year round. Full  price $16,000 easy terms. MLS,  REDROOFFS, HAL F MOON  BAY���2 bdrm bungalow, well  water, oil heat, lot 100x071,  Sign on 'road. MLS. Offers con  sidercil. Asking $12,500 PP.  MADEIRA PARK AREA ��� On  high side Sunshine Coast Hwy,,  5 acres, one cottage, community water. Adjacent turn off  Frances Peninsula. Only $10,700  with terms. MLS.  GOWER POINT ROAD-5 ac.  rea, $8,000, excellent holding  property, $3,000 down. And 1  acre subdivided adjacent, $7<x>  down, with road access. $2,000  FP.  MLS.  GIBSONS ��� waterfront Jot.  Shoal l/wkout, Priced $0,700  Offers. Owner sayn pell.  MLS.  Also executive home on Huron  Road. Custom designed for the  most discriminating family  home, 3 beds, the 1m*��1 of term,.,  only $20,000.  We need acreage, phone Mr,  Good for fast ��crvlc��. We trade  pro|>cr11��a. |  681-9700 or 736-9171  BLOCK BROS.  Vancouver Office  2695 Granville  WELCOME Beach Community Association  will open the winter season with a variety program at the Welcome Beach Hall  on Saturday, October 12 at 7:30 p. m.  Mr. J. Milford McAllister has Just arrived back in the Bay after a two month's  trip. This grand old anan of 91 made his  first air flight to his native province of  New Brunswick to stay with his sister at  St. John and meet old friends. There were  many happy reunion parties and those who  know Mr. McAllister will be sure that he  was always one of the first to step on to  the dance floor. He found the country a-  round St. John very much changed, with  considerable development since he left  there in 1923, He thinks flying is fine and  he wasn't even worried when they had to  lay over in. Toronto for a few hours with  engine trouble.  It was a  sad home-coming last week  ilor, -Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hansen .following .  4he death of their daughter Tove Hansen  in Denmark as a .result of a motor bicycle  accident.  VISITOR  Ah interesting visitor in Welcome Beach  this week is Miss Lori Klnehdorf at the  home "of her niother,...Mrs.. Boy Holgate.  M^'::'i__ii___ej__ioiijv^ is attached to the Department of Ti_.dei arid Comme|rce (Foreign Service)" has recently completed a 2Vz  year posting at the Canadian Embassy at  Guatemala City and was previously post-  ed to Accra, Gfcana..  " 'She' found Guatemala a spectacularly  beautiful country. Goth the country and the  people-were colorful, with each village having ' i->' own particular native costume.  Roads between major cities are good and  she( was able to drive around and see  much of the \couhtry.  "YCrii_temalal City, "with its 5000 ft. elevation, ofters a'healthy and pleasant climate.  Miss IQusendoM, who speaks Spanish com-  \ petehtly, liv��d\in ���&. Spanish,, type, house,  completely walled and with a central patio.  She was served, for a very small wage, by  a full time maid. She was one of four Can-  adiariS: attached to the Embassy, and other  eight staff being native Guatemalans.  Hotels there, are excellent, and cheap,  and .he city offers a Guatemalan Ballet,  a very; good symphony orchestra and movies from all over the world, usually with  Spanish sub-titles. There is a population  of about 200,000 in the city, with about  1,000 American families, many of whom  have chosen it for their retirement.  Miss Klusendorf cannot think of a better spot for retirement. She plans to visit  her sisters in Edmonton and Brandon before flying back to await her next assignment.  ���by Mary Tinkley  Mr. and Mrs, Paul Neumann of Coquii-  laim as 'guests, reminiscences -go back over  a long period for the association between  the two families dates back to 1338. In  that year, Mr. and Mrs. Lynds went to  Australia. During tfye voyage, Mrs: Lynds  enjoyed the companionship of a Canadian  girl, Pauline Avory of Vancouver (now  Mrs. (Neumann) who was on her way to  Sidney to be married.  After disembarking, the Lynds lost  touch with Miss Avory, but the following  year ran into her and her husband in Sidney. The four of them returned to Canada  on the last boat before the outhreak. of  war and have been friends ever since-  IN BRIEF  Mr. Richard Shaicfa of Redrooffe, who  takes his daily swim just for the fun of  it, made ho fuss at ail ab6ut plunging in  ��� onS' irioriihg to rescue the Buzz'' Jones  boat which he found pounding on the heath  after a stormy night. He mahagedj to' rescue, the boat and (get it safely tied up to  a nearby mooring.  At their cottage on Trout Lake Road  for a hunting weekend have been Sid  :  Shelton and his soris, Landley and Cliff.  ���Miss Maureen Cooper of Coquitlain was  the guest of ihe Stan Moffatt's, while  Elaine Moffatt was in Vancouver as guest  at the home of "Mrs; Wendy McDonald.  Ralph Lynds was in Vancouver .for a  risit with his old friend, Bill Richter of  Wilson Creek, who is ill in Shaughnessy  Hospital.  CITIZENS HOMES RAFFLE  Ticket  sellers   of  the Sunshine  Coast  Senior Citizen's Housing raffle are reminded that all sfc_)b5 and money should' be  in the hands of Mrs. M. HinMey or*Mrs.  O. McGregor sot later than September 30ih  and prize winners will be drawn on Octo-  "ber 2nd-  Another attractive prize which brings  the total prizes to six, is a jet necklace and  earring set donated by Mrs. Lorene Yates.  In order .to be ^perfectly content, it is  necessary to have a poor memory and no  imagination-  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenomtnotionol)  | Sunday School 104(0 ojca.  Cfwrcb Serrcce 11:15 a__��  Evening Service 7:30 p-ra.  PASTOR REV. S- CASSELLS  Doris Bey Rood cn_ AAoto  12 blocks op fronj t_$��___if)  32SSS  i.*IWW_!iyB.  Cold, sl__jgisfj siaifls?  Chevron Starting Fluid starts  engines in seconds, even at  50* beta. zero. .  CALL YOUa STANDARD OIL UAH  G. H. (Genjr) Moc_-____  W-soa ���_,______ 085-9332  . 'Standard O- Company _f__C.  ievron Frost-Ban Motor  Fuel ice preventive helps  stop carburatpr. icjng antl  fuel line icing.  CALL YOUR STANDABl-OILiAAM  G.  M.  (Gerry) MocDondld  Wilson C-. Sechelt 805-9332  ���Standard pll.feorr.p��hy of PC  DSMNKt SERVE��  "EVERY FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY EVENINGS  TILL MIDNIGHT'  Pcifi�� G.  Halfrnoon Bey, B.C  Tel: 835-9927  "RESERVATIONS PLEASE'  REUNION  Mjthe   Ralph  Lynds  this   week,   with  -_.l.   I ' nl"1''~l'.ll" '.'"    ' " .. "'   'I i'i'    I'm     .1 '     l'      i        I        |     I  fiEXHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE1. S_CH-_T  ,     ,.7 T.''  Sunday School ��� 10:00 o.m.  , Church scrvlco��� 11.15 a.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You ore invited to attend any or eoch service,  _'"'i       Vj_i."_*_���_ �������� ���'����� ��� -*- ���  ��'���'  mm0+,mm~00u0rK?'"'<\mm^fT'^il''  -4_~  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 o.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  Services held rcgulorly in  GARDEN DAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For Information phone 885-9793  Every Wed. 10 am H, Communion St, Hltda'��  0G2IM1  Frooxo-up llmo?  Guaranteed protection for  Intern M\  ���FftEEZE.  'VP��_*H�� mmm t nnr-vwi      |^l ��#tA  your cooling mum mm  CHEVRON ANTH  CALL YOUR STANbARD OIL MAN  O.   M.   (Gerry)   MwcOomtM  Wilton Ck, Secb��lt 005-9332  *Stind��rd OH Company of B.C.  ��� i  n i����_ . ������    *--*  SECtriELT ACaEHClES PATE PAID  ��� This free reminder of comlhjj events Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listing^, specifying "Dote  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dbtes may  have to wolt thtlr turn; also that this Is a "reminde*" listing only end  cannot always carry full details. I  _M.W_IHMI��I��(_M^  Sept. 27���10 Oim.-I p.m, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Coffee party.  Sept. 27���2 p.m.-4 pm Super-Valu Store, Gibsons. R.C. Porents Auxiliary  Bake Sale. i  Sept. 28���10 a,m.-2 p.m. St.  Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hall,  Gibsons. Job's DouQhters Rummage and Bake Sole.  Sept. 29���From 10 a.m. Timber Trail Riding Club Gymkhana. Behind  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons.  Sept. 30���7:30 p.m, Cedars Inn, Gibsons. 'Power Squodron demomtro-  flon. , .  tkt. 2���2 p.m. Madeira Park Medlcol Clinic. P.H. Hospital Aux. meet.  Oct. A���2 p.m Roberts Creek Legion L.A. Rummage Sole Tea ond  doughnuts.  Oct. 5���2-8 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt. Garden Club Fall Show.  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# !r.J»*o».^.*!p<. ^T^i-;^^^,^.,^^^^^, .v^^_^»-^y^i«<!r,>;ii jr ^.ij,^.;^    .   r^  -yi-. ",\">.*il'YTl i*-,vv"s     *■> "«?" ^"w. _*".>■> ^i»« f__r ,-agf!-1 J*?<fi'S*-'"V'  't'_'°~1__f,'_*'T^_-','*'!«- <■ o^ii'fc s.- *\, j, \', S'jih J#«r .t>(l«^**.
Cheyron Hpating Fuels burn
clean and pack a lot of heat
into a few pennies.
G. ft.' (Gerry) MacDonald
| Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332
'Standard Oil Company of B.C,
■_w___ w-i ,m_.« '^ayaa
OUB £K)AP manufactures, are ail washed    wit-, ©cstacy, a&'tfae ioS&wfa& jnessa'ges
_m»   'Althnti__H    they've.   4te__n    maldnfi     w«n>  revealed?   "Yon   are _mV tttisoner!"      If
up! -Although they've been making
"amazing, astounding, sensational,'and _--
citing" soaps for years/ the first totally
new and dMerent soap has been perfected
recently by tbe Japanese. TStns soap is
designed to brainwash its users. Laterally!
Propaganda messages are embedded in
each bar cf «oap, and'as the soap is used,
each new message is revealed.
Thus far, this soap is being manufactured for political puposes, 4>ut its just a
matter df time, until the industrial and
domestic market -will be flooded with
sudsy sayings.
I It is interesting to speculate on the confusion which could result, if, through an
error dn packaging or shippng, the soap
slipped into the -wrong bands.
Tor example, should a housewife obtain
soap intended to fall into enemy bauds, we
can imagine ber swooning into the sink
Ora The Sinsine Coisl
Secret Cove RR1 - Halfrnoon Bay
For Reservations Phone @@S-®S®S
were revealed'.  "You are my prisoner.
^Attack is jmimSnentr' Surrender or "die!"
Would not a member of -lhe {guerilla feces be dum__>_nded if exported' (vid- the
soap suds) to "(Try the fingertip' test. You'-.
be suddenly shapelier.", <_Y;_ow about
"Tired of Jungle Hands? Use nuM and
gentle Sraino."
With what profound astorustoment Mr.
Business Man on the execu&ve tsuite would
perceive in his 'bubble bath, "Wash may
the filth, of capitalism!" "Clean up on
capitalism with tbe Cong!", and "Down
the drain with democracy!M.    . *
But apart fxiom these hazards of mixed
messages, think bow relaxing it will' be
to sink into a-not bath,- and read a good
bar of soap, •*     ' - >
© ARDA aid
—from page 1
available and a number of communities in
tbe province including tbis area need it"
he added. He said be is presently working
on tbis and feels .that because governments
can't seem ito get together, it is no excuse
for failure to (bring about economical development.
"We are presently in a better position
than ever before to take advantage of
world markets and we could all benefit
from latest agreements between tbe free
nations on lumbar products" be said. In
conclusion, he said tbe Federal' Government is still very interested in getting aid
for rural areas providing other levels of
government are prepared to co-operate.
Mr. Jam Parker expressed thanks ito
Mr. Perrault for his interesting 'talk and
said it is bis bope that under young leadership the government will do a great
deal for the country.
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Tlie Peninsula Times"        "   Pose 3
Wednesday, September 25, 1968
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Highway 101
PHONE 886-9662
_*_i Srit* _J*£
At J*    V J^
Big heat bills?
° 21st anniversary
—from page 1
formed for.  _
Two stars of tbe show were sisters Lorri
and Patti Piercey but despite Xorri's ability as an accomplished player of the piano
aecordian, younger sister, nine year old
PaDti gained almost continued applause as
an exceptional drummer. Certainly no
audience could bave been more responsive
and one round of applause followed another throughout the performance.
An exceptional evening terminated with
a dance to a four piece orchestra and from
comments 'by many of those who attended
the event it is more bkely consideration
will be given to estabbshinig such a function as an annual affair.
Hot dogs
Making a pleasant change from
sandwiches, hot dogs served by
Roberts Creek Parents Auxiliary at
noon last Friday are sampled by
appreciative young man while classmates wait for Mrs. Pittie and Mrs.
Dube to serve theirs.
Heating Fuel Budget Plan:
even, low monthly payments
through the heating season.
G.   H.  (Gerry) MacDonald
Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332
•Standard OjI Company of B
I _!<*«<__■--___.»
B.C.   E
Low heat, high cost?
Bol Block - Gibsons
Every Wednesday
Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear
Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens
Dial 885-9331 - Sechelr- B.C.
Tne Brightest Spot on the Highway
Opposite the High School - Gibsons
for Take Out Orders Phone 886-2433
ypttery, Supplies, classes & firing
, dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products
Pine Rd. & Gran-view Ave.
P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.
SepticTonk* end Drain Fields - Backhoe a__
\     Front End Loader Work.
Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel
Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt
Madeira Park, B.C.
rour OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude
Dealer - Cobins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp
Sites - Trailer Court-Launching Ramp
Phone 883-2266
.x*   m* ""'■■ ■           ■ Y      "'■■■,,
Custom cabinetry for home and office
Kitchen Specialists
R. Birkin, Beoch Ave., Roberts Creek
Phone 886-2551	
,        For Your Fuel Supplies
Danny Wheeler
886-9663 - Hopkins Landing
John Hind-Smith
Phone 886-2231
from 9 am. to 5:30 p_m.
Res. 886-9949
Scows —- Logs
Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing
P&ose 885-9425
Your /Vtohshall Wells
■      -..--tfY::Y:0Mleniiipu^.-^•■■■/■ ,-■- - ■ ■
Phone 886-2442 - Gibsons- B.C.
No down payment.- Bank interest -
Ten yeans to pay
\ Complete line of appliances
Fwfneeestissste—C_a 886-2728
Difl 886-2808
When You Need Building Supplies
Give Us A Call.
Consult Copt. W. X Higgs
Box 339, GAaoma, BJC — 8-6-9546
Prompt - Effective - On The Spot
Coll 886-9533 or 886-7071 after
5:30 pjBo. . .
Fully Insured
Tailored Suits    by Drapeshire
Work and Dress Clothing
Accessories - Jewelry
Watch Repairs - Timex Watches
1585 Marino - Phone 886-2116
Heroin- & Omega
Safes- Parte, Service
1521 Gower Pt. Road
886-2200 Gibsons
Phono 886-2664
Mrs. Mono Navies - 885-9740
1589 Marine - Gihsosts - 886-9852
Everything from Needles to
School Supplies'
Residential - Commerciul
Industrial Wiring
Electric Heating Specialists
Gthsons 886-9689
Serving post Metloat to Pender Hor&out
At t&_ $%- mS C_« Cbtfviwa
AAodfinc Shop — A»c ttnA Acty Woldlnj;
Sfeel Fobricot-KI — Morton Woy»
Automotlv-i and Morlnm Ropalni
StcFJs«2_jn_ Marino Station
ttatarn 6S5-7721       Rm. _S4M?9Sf. 000-9320
Oil Stoves and Heaters
Cleaned and Serviced
Port Mellon to Eari's Cove
003 2600,   Box  43,  Sechelt.   Gitwons, B.C. PIkwwb 886-9354
Your Ono Stop Building Store
For All Your Building Needs
1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642
Phone 885-9713
Phone 885-2818
Open in the Richter Block
Sechelr, B.C.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday
--•'-• bi_^i^_fr'-^-^^^W   :
Phone 886-2873 after & p.m.
24 HOUR TOWING—886-2811
Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Open six days a week
Phone 885-20^3
Cowrie Street, Sechelt
Singer Sewing Machine Dealer
Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345
Foundations - trees removed
Clearing and Ropd Bgilding -
Gravel, Navvy & Fill
A SIMPKINS—885-2132
Gibsons Village
txperts at cuts, coiffs atad colour
Custom Perms — Phone 886=2120
Phono 885-2062
Phone 885-2062
B.C. Land Surveyors
Marine Building - Sechelt
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
Low monthly terms on a
new furnace with our Oil
Heating Equipment Finance
G.  H. <Geny) MacDonald
Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332
'Standard Oil Company of B.C,
leserve HOW and be sure
of S?OHA©il space for fhe winter.
Reasonable HA?fE§ and expert care.
Finest in Outboards ot your
EVINRUDE Sales and Service Dealer.
Madeira Park,
Phone 883-2266
Now lop-of -tho-Hno Olda 6Q: Delta 08 Royalo
They're at your Chev-Olds dealer's right now.
Captivating cars like this all-new Delta 88 Royalo
—youngmobilo thinking In a big, beautiful package.
Sportier looking vinyl top—that*s youngmobilo
thinking. Longer, easier riding 124rlnch wheelbaso
—that's youngmobilo thinking. So is the custom
plnatriplng. Tho side fender louvres. Tho drafMreo,
' ventlpane-free cldo windows. To say notlilng of a
Rocket 455 V8. They're standard on Royalo,
along with tho new GM safety featureo-Thero'o even
an Ingenious antl-theft device to keep your Delta 88
Royalo vour Delta 88 Royalo. Stop In soon.
Seo all tho cars with the come-closer look.
They're on display and waiting for you rloht now.
Household'MovIng 8. Storage
R.R. 1 Gibsons
Gov't Licenced and Bonded
Servlnfl  iho   Sunshine   Coo*t.   Offer*  frccurfty
ch<xk patrol to t-ult you.
Ph. ©85-9737. Benner Block,, Sechelt
or   Ph
Pender Harbour - 083-2403
Installing Fixtures
Free estimates -  Phone anylimo
885-2100 - Sechelt, B.C.
£scd|>£ liosn lli€ o__lina_ry
EVcay OtdMtiabllo hm to m»_» fl
bc1or» w» mark It
PHONE #85.2111
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___^___ fe_>fttxiV »___nfta__3tf> $■_$»..
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-i* •"To1''51 »*■.^**v-»*. -rt^yi-. '"f'*
iHE iTENIKSUtA fmm$>
>k\ may befrfon% tut 7 ^_o« rtft be to
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iJOUCtAS fct. WHEfelER, Etftor J
i*W& M Ii ft _* W-l - fife k&M|
»'   5v      ~r     -        >.   .    -_Jobn Andrei
__,-»_' &£&_.& 14- Sl&fcilL &JU&& <>'.
.tMft&i - Urn* MM^wMm
■ 0tm**tmmatfam*mltmmt»mat1tM*t*m*imtmmmtm^^immmmt**m*mtammMmmmmt^^
Anglican Church Hall
rummage & bake sale
shells hinges
purchase a $4.i
mission of the &CMP.
ing sdhedisled
, JlfpSlHtt ,     ,
j_M)B^,^_f^!iiinl_ittil^ _|t_fejfl_||e^r"|MrWent at St illda's Cimwft I_?I1 on Sun-
;uoXjP.O. We&&\ -it tfafe'^-^egtofc^lfe^ *|J3V 0fitoil>ef7 Ztth al 3-80 p.an. when fee
$!^Mft-%.j^__--#vid/iW Isabel*_iaw_ott win forinaJJy de-
[A_teiA>nnfifc aMm^jcmtz   ed by tea and an inspection of the housirig ' ^nTVrbni ii} a m to _> nm "
L- ^> «ltlea idr d^' ;___ts. XhK4-_a«&.,4*Hl alsofbe open for   ftefSJ? JftJI j Sf*^ !«»««___«_«
._„. _____.fe_i#i_i    ,t; "   . '^S ^pecfio-^ Batdiday;,October 2BHl '   aSS^&f^iS^fiSJS?5
*r«r_» *2y.Ui '-Stort4_n».c _>¥•_» n1flii4i4>ri aW* - ^f_. '       '   f * .       ^* Ora« of SoVs Daughters there will ne
-S 1S£  EeS^TW'ffi -^^ ^ *■■*■ !^^50H^dr_w tUe attention   fc^ br hajifeecteiiUng or ptolfefaing the car
P>^B_f_S---_;flSS @/_8_i?!^-W ™^^}°J^T*^^$t> $£?_!*   -ri'ches -sudh  as :WSne   baking;'ladies,
and his wife-i&d had -a most enjoyable   men's "and children's wear.
hbMay fi^ IgmttraU cost tftae dtoar    ► ^    ^ o^tmaspresents, books, cer-
EV_;E'i_^nNG.ft'»m B_gsi to Biches can
,-, be idund at the Jnuhmage and bake, sale
to Beheld Saturday,. September;® at St
1 rfe&<"_p,e&^'mit**f>Sii*»^ •f,R<,%v^_''r'.-l4
Xa__T *SSf feU^1fi« ITAjtW   T^fr   » «_»»««» »W- Btaacli JVC 2-Canadian
auvUJsfe H \tmttJMmu t_rKSi» IH Ihteli Sfe %Hir_P^^ft'^ra; t«SI   i^gion <N^w Westminster) for fiie use of
_th*^^«a*jg_-. ^|.«^^S Mf^SMiiSM 22sfesJ,*_f_'S_--J
so many, instances of twahything that   0f ft^ctibfis. tke only wavelet the bn*l«by, c^ds.. '■ .    f _k     .        »v
moves in the woods at the wrong time   hiiJiii^ __u___;_ __ _i_Y_.:Ui »__f._a ^^--»ii_       A.Wis..tap.to.
of the year risks a Hasty buliet"-
classic example is that of the American
game warden who is understood
his horse shot from under him!
"*]_£ "iXKTi- .r_'«'««.,.,__* ;«. t_«.i,^'_Ai #ii.    May lst to ^^ou^ l^y* Astiiiong the camp
-_.**iffrsa__c__i «*«»««*-«•-» - - ■
oi Bill Coffey hy Moveahr
The raffle was won by Mr. L. P.. Hansen.
; Following Jthe business meeting, .3 pro-
  _                gKam of music was given by the Sunshine
iheSfes oFtte bubiic ^h_» witiTes^ sut_ "r *^on j&reefe ported on tiie rixms   J«g«ters nndfir the ^gicm of .their lea-
^ic ik ^M» *_^             J ^, ^fe Skrior C_izents' homes which, >e    der, Mrs. -Dorothy Stocfcwell. who  would
Rod and fiiin clubs do excellent ser-                  ^          ,'    ,      '               *. sflla, were pk&ied to be in operatibn h^-   ¥ glad to heaf from sin^€rs w^^S *°
Rod ^dOto clubs aoe^Jiem ser                               ^rdcuiar- sorry vanda- November lst. He extended an open imata-    join ^ group,
vice by offenng courses in gun handling         r^« ™J ™»F«,          >^   „ ^ tion to alu merober5<rf ^ Brancb Ao.hfe
and rules for safety ii the woods and,   J?" £,*?*5? * ? ff ^i*^ SSrr     : — =s	
without doubt, the average hunter does   ^f^^toWmAeappreten. . „   _        .           . -.     |     . .•   |
rtrou^^^^^6" ITt^SS^II^tfS Pender Higk^imht
.arm in or out or the woods,        . l¥     .^uP   »• _.,_i  .,_Jiii.- '«.i-""> "._   a**     ,-_, ^ *^ .•*'   -
'     Uhfortonaidly it is iHe.Mkbrain. W ^^J* fljft4*!-^ <# '    -     ! i^^ i~
less minority who create,havbcbf blast- _*«» causmS willful damage-to a.pow-
ing away at anything in sight th& moment e"me-' , j
they take a gun into ttie busti." 5ne o_ '    Perhaps thfe tnie solution to the pro-
ihe most popular targets for the trigger blem, which involves a great deal more
bappy types are pdwerline i_sula_5_s ^fii Oiikn'W^^Ses, _s stricter controL No
y__ile the number of nuniers ^ho So j___Ss prfe ^a^ir^' ihcredsiBg regulations;. but
is   comparatively  small,   lh^ jpofed^M fee law wkich!;pehnits"aH idiot to puir-
frouble created by one sucfai 4ric_-_i is imdse-febth-iflferTaiicI licence is ludicrous:
tremendous. V^eii-ntiman lives and property are at
As is pointed out in a release from stake a few more restrictions are wel-
a security officer ^of 4he B.C. Hydro this cornier      ^ -   '
, Come ii^rummage around and have a
ciip ot coffee a_idv refresbtheiits.
„ Donations!for the sale will be grate-
feilly received at the homes of Mrs. Charles Mandelkau, S/ Fletcher Rdad, Gibsons
or Mrs, Wm. Dockar, Hopkins landing.
U nfecessary pick up may be arranged by
calling 886-2631.
r, -r ■""cirARftlNIG '
Cortpon ond Single
Starts 8 p.m.
Out 10 p.n>.
September 27,28 and 30
TOURISIvi is" rapidly developing into a    Hmes'.
major industry in many, parts" of the    ;; In this particular instance, ^e know
wince and during recent years' its~ef>
3HE. graduation Exercises "will be held on'
Satviday,.. September >28. T_ie^following >
Students: .will. receive diplomas: Isynine
Brpvin,. Ch6ryl Clay, Gail Dfeler, Clair.;
Donley, Sally Hyatt (Dubois), Kathy" Bi<i-
Kay, and Jo Sundquist (Oyer). It is hdped
tbat. _iere will he a big turnout for "thfe
ceremony as several bursaries will ■>'be
given. JVIr.'^R. Ifenna, the new District
Superintendent will be the speaker of the
-- Onritfonda^ -September 16'ffie elections
were held,to choose between Greg North-
rup and Hazel Wray for Social* Convener
and Mary Brown and .Jimla Fedosv for
treasurer., When _be ballots were counted
Mary .was our flew (treasurer and Hazel
our social convener, Kathy Griffith was
.   —by Donna VoiigKon
•good turnout which is a nice sign for future teas. Ruby Hudson was the winner
of the door prize. The next tea will, be held
at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday the 25th.
Egmont Elementary School bas a new
teacher, Miss Mary Lean. Miss Lean was
born in England send moved _to Canada at
the age of 4__. She .attended school in
North Vancouver and took her Grade 13
at Nortb Van High. After 3 years at Simon
Fraser 'in. which she majored in English
kiss Lean took ,ber,teacher's training in
North Vancouver .Deluding 4 months as a
teaching assistant in Gibsonjs, After this
&he came to Egmont for the 'fall term.
Miss Lean is .very-impressed with Egmont as it Is §uc^„a. changejErom the city.
She loves tbe spectacular view saying that
it is refreshing to see .something more than
Providing a complete GLASS MJD GLAZflf.C_.SERVICE
for the entire area from >I&Stifeit HAf-BOUf-
Box €8 - GIBSONS, B.C. - Phone 88S-2S433
provmce and during recent years' ifcref-    the mariha ttitetotor extreSitfely welL We voted seeretMy,by acclamation.    (   .v
fects are having increasing impact along   can vouch for his honesty. His fellow From t_.e comments I've received it
the Sunshine Coast. With the scenic and   businessmen would express similar com- would app^r Ifaat the students agree with    ffj^Jffig Ae^rk| LsSeattv
climatic conditions we have^ offer there,   mentation, It >-,obviously one of tho^e ScSfTS? S_TS_f _£______    SSSi*? t XSStt 1&& -SfS
is every reason to expeH _h_? to steadily t situations where a. misunderstanding hds ranged from/'Appropriate but not pretty" _ tended the first PTA /meeting^of tiie sea-
"ri    aHseii dnd %-wrong iniptessii^i reached to cen_jor'ed quotations. A few of the ideas " ^^ 0nfi ^ ^e' l^oJects for* Egmont stu-
ihcrease, particularly in the Pender f-lar-1
bour area where boating plays z, pre- We would suggest that likely there
dominant rule. are more unscrupulous merchants this
Tourism while a lucrative sotuxfe "df   side of the bdrdgr; but thej, are a very
income is by no means easy money, for    sihaill miriority,-No country in ihe world
operating a resort, motel or marina in-    that is aify different,
volves long hours, considerable labottf
and often a great deal of abuse.
The average tourist or visitor is
usually courteous and appreciative for
our ways. But far too many arrive with
the misguided impression that the moment they shout "jump" we should ask
"how high". Also there is the equally
false impression that because the Las
Vegas facade is lacking everything should
be dead cheap.
advanced, were that they should have pain-    dente te to r?^e, money for "Biafra.
ted it bur school colors or else pa&ley^or        Miss Lean finds lhe' students at Egmont
psych-^elic purple. X   "   to be as a rule, more jfi-tependj^t, respons-
Wednesday, September ll was the day ^ ible ami generally more enthusiastic about
of tiie first Egmont fall tea. There was a * school liian'ci_y chUdren. „ ' '
Squoringly Yours Sc#^ NlsWs Not&
__ LLJ.     .-4,.Lt3f~w~           , -~   - A G-MaVUP-of-ei^t-entfausiastie-ladies'met    with the
—by Maurice Hemstreet
HELLO there square dance friends, wherever you are, it's tiniie for-a little poem.
Ho! hot' ho. and away we go, with a
squarf. dance session, a la, go-go-go,  .end
A G_E60UP-of-ei^t-entfaus_astieH_adies'met 4 with the Peninsula, Mrs. Thewlis is wish-
last week at the Norman Burley home 4 ing sue could extend heir "vacation" in the
 „.,.._ 1T__ , ,  Mrs. A. Williams at 885-9361.
at the ftopkins Hallos ito l^s(th_j4 teb- jiv
Prices on the Sunshine Coast for most    nfic with just over %wd ?ets. A reai gWl REUNION
commodities are no more and no7—'    *&** ^ * ^-™u ^'A^ ™^ te ^ R^dman was a recen* hostess
to make Obristmas wreaths. Not the usual kind but candy wreaths to be sold to | ',.!,.'
augment funds of j^e. _te-h_lt_ Hospital Aux- I DAVIS BAY   -., -' *.-Lp >* *Y~^ ~'~f
iliary. They mak^ very'lovely CSiristmas |     Many, .residents (will) mou^n -be-passing.-
gifts for botb homes and offices. Furtber \ of-E'eV. It. !ft_ Morrison, "D.D., pariicularly
information may be obtained by phoning '. ids loeigbbours at Davis Hay and Wilson
in slight increases here and thfere    iferry that if j^ii bad a &g \j& Viii_: __itf.kt,
ill negligible. «.   1 arn _pqsi*ive_ J. Md thfe resl bf tti'e feiWdy
plui  - *—- —iL- -t-«-«4--t-
a few extra relatives.
Altogether it was nice to get back onto
the dance floor and relax to the always
popular western .piusic. It makes your feet
Want ,t_»')get:i$> '__di&Ly. Y LL'y LY\.yL:^
the Secbelt,, Promenaders .wul g€t back into
full swing 'ilk ■; our square .nimpus, room, on
Merma|(i'.'Streel.,;,All -s_u_re':daii_efi. m-
^Hie,-W__fei_ too.    ""•■■• ■■•.-■"      '■..-■"/'■:   ■''
her husband visited the Penin-
ind Mrs. Wolfe-Jones were join-
& by their daughter and son-in-law Mr
jam 1 Mrs. Richard Zupt who with their two
children came from Massachusetts. Mr
and Mrs. Paul Wolfe-Jones of Stockton,
California also joined their parents for a
brief holiday.
.•;.,;,JEnjoying.fier)! first visit to Canada, Mrs.
'$_Mfe:^eipi from Huddersfield England
is vi^iing 'bier .aunt Mrs. Jack Wood and
cousiteiSh, WesLsfecpbeiit, Before returning
mffl'e she vM:tevAM-W$ary for the
w*£_idi_g -of .m  ^.'(iiHdaugtiter.   Delighted
generally speaking, than elsewhere.
to our geographic location we have a»    SLSSi.T^^^S^TL'S   '^ and
added freightage  burden  which many    gg^WW» ffiftCtM    ^ Mr" and Mrs' WoUe-Jones were *>ln
people overlook. While this is bound fo    Hi's hok fa behave, i ius't ward y__ to %k&w
result in -u~^ '■ ^ J rf>—    *Vj— ^~- -' -uu L-,r J w- kli *sl'lL till-'j!lt
it is still
We don't doubt there might be the
odd merchant not above a little price
padding when opoprtunity arises. But this
is exceptionally rare. Most business people are aware there is always tomorrow
and retribution can be quite drastic.
We therefore seriously questioned vs.
letter from a Californian who wrote The
Times complaining that examples of Canadian businesses overcharging Americatt
tourists are on the inpreape.
We ciubte 'T Ordered areplaceiiifeht
part for my iifejitirig plaiit ahd thoti&lit ilie
subsequent bill bf $l4.6b was Jiifeh as Ike
same part costs $(5,tt0 in khe. States, tii
answer to my ericjiiiiry of ii VanbouVfer
dealer I iearhed that Ulfo tittk sold i-_ltail
for $7.00 )Ft)i_i Pehdei- Hi.rb'6ui-.
"Many of my friends and I could
personally quote incident afteir jhcidehit
in which the slogan "Sock it to 'em"
would fit admirably."
The writer, heedless to say, reijiicslted
his name, be withheld arid horhially. &s a
result we would riot cv<i_i have bothered
with the letter. However, we Uidl i^kd the
trouble to irivcsligate fiirihclr it. ligiit bf
what we considered lo be unjust accusations.
The marina operator was soon located
and readily admitted that he had indeed
sold the part in question. He explained
thnt the boat owner serit a boy io jtfck
up the part for which a long distari'ce
phone call had lo bo made. On wrJval,
Hie new part proved io bo overpriced
and as a result he instructed tiie boy (he
ilmt thc charge was excessive, Uie'old
part was still operable arid shbhld Uic
boat owner so wish he need not accept
I he item. Tlie American, however, apparently decided to keep it and pay up
"n'f    Nubscqucntly   complain   to   Tho
Ste Was! ah active member of St. John's
United Cbjirch, Wilson Creek, having attended serpces to the Sunday before his
death.       I   " '
'Etorh inl Yoricshire, England, Nov. 12;
1885, Rev.-Morrison died in Sechelt, BC.
^Septenib'er il, 1968. Survived by his sister-
in-law, Mrs. A. Chilton of Davis Bay, nieces
and nephews lin U.iS.A.J and England. He
was P^st pres^dept pf tb$ B.C. Conference
of ithe United Church of Canada.
Ministers' Assisting in the funeral service were Rev. W.- Evan Pullerton, Rev.
W. Murray Cameron of Gibsons, Rev. H. B.
Wallace Dil).; ind Rev. Whitehouse. Burial
in':MoiiiMtalitt;view c^metory:^; ■;';"
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See your Authoriied FRIGIDAIRE
Dealer in Gibsons, with GMAC
Time Payment' Plan.
Spprtieig ©^
Phone 886-9600
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Publiithcd Wedncmlnys at Sechelt
on Il.C.'n SiHiKhlno Coast
fcchclt Pcnlnsulii Timcii tfd,   ,
Hb_ 381 - Sechelt, ».b.
Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor
S. It. Alsgard, Publisher
Sabscrlptlon Rates: tin teOtmct)-
t  Ye*r, $5 - 2  Vcam,  $9  - 3 Ycara, SI3
U.S. »nd Foreign, $550 ,
frrvfrr). fft* area from Fort Metirm to E0M '
(Howe Sound to lervls Inlet)
Cbiktrfti. under 12 yr*. % farm
NOTE! PfeaM Reserve Seot* in Advonca
Oi.o Way toxx* td bf FM Vt.t_-*>uvcr
feUWD Mt   tt.40     .    PENDER  HBR.   , 19.23
PARIS COVE -_._-. 1 20.65 RUBY LAKE 21.70
EGMONT ,  \?m SAKINAW LK. 21.70
SECRET COVE     16.45
VANGUARD DAY _.  22.40
SECHELT -.     9.0'
GIBSONS    9.00
KEATES IS  .    9.00
IM. us service _.nd store
your Outboard Motors
and Chain Saws
All repairs and service ia comm
out by skilled mechanics . . . .
rSpecial Sale and Service for
\ Homelite, Stihl, Canadien,
Pioneer and McCulloch
Chain Saws.
% Foro For Children Under 12 Yean When Accompanied By Adult
F__W ViakJew&yCT    '"" ^l.
feAtfes XrtD itMkftUL- ___il-rr to chamo-
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1 F«-m4ef III".
The latent In Chain Sa% and Circular Saw Sharpening
hem next week.
Opt>n 0:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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Tuesday to Saturday
Res. 035-2893
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September 25, #68  i     r   i . mi n   i   ��� ���    ii���n-f"i ���  Readers' ktghi  Worthy cause  Editcf. Tfe Tish*s   r I  tl  Sir���Commencing the Gtrst msfc of October, the Canadian National Institute for  .he Btih. canvas -viH take place on _ie  To faoiiseiiolders in we aSrea^ I would  tike to poM out that local people will be  calling and yon, caft Jbe taost helt___ by  fieini! tWdy to receive Jhem. v  ^To atose who Have previously belied  witb. tbe ca_vassi_g, 1 hope you will mike:  yourselves available to assist us again  tbis year.  We are tbe fortunate ones to have the  privilege of serving in tbis way for ibe  unsighted persons.    ' '  L��t's give them a very hearty support.  t   liABGAJftET t_AMB  Chairman, t��avid JUtay ���  West Sechelt area  Just society  Editor Tiroes: t v*  Sir���Canada will suffer severly if homosexuality is legalized^ Eead the lptb and  iSt3i_ -<^apters of Genesis, and see what  pjfc__-&hment God meted out to Sodom and  Gomowab Jfor tbat fc__y eviL Every right  .tfeiifcing. Canadian ^shindd protest this act.  'wi&eh cm < certainly never make for a  'Jujli {Society'.   ' <���    k  ���-   ,    te_ w. ito&iiiWiisi*  mA-iitifiw^mfammMrwytfW  yiii��i_ii,iMii__a8aM  1 * �� ^V * 'C* ^_-    *   ,'     '      f    ?_��_&_���?���    i  .     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Your Authorized  McClary-Easy Washer and bryer  ',  ���   - Dealer i�� <3. ^isbns  iY.' -' Pfcone 886-9533  Svhslhine ;l____l Highway  _w  Pender Harbour and  ber of  Commerce-,  Haddock makes birthdayi  \4.   .  ���la.> '?���%���  '"7r.**_V *  ���^if^H^___FW_ira&wa^ v _...__.-*> ^ *; >^> A_-  j- if   ��� \  i*c  L,��__.  ^*y<:'  !_��.  >��,  ;t^_u_^'  ���     *_���'  "  .�� �� l  : __.  . ..��4_^_^i3.,*��,r���  ^_h_mmwi ��  Honoured Mcmbor.  ' iss*i���"*V^<gM  J   Celebrating titcir second. 21fet Wrth-  ���. daxp but 1foA$ t^ine��� asj'oop-inuous  members o|'$<jMielt aW .iDiJsJtrict  't_ii_____r'' :iof;'sl^iime,ife_,/:^te-��k'ary  ffei'iM-_1_-)-)_3: J^ck MiaVttfe _ihd Jim  Pairldfer dlsjiljiy the ahniVersary cake  complete! w^th ecenie. pSettfre of So-  ^    chelt yijUajje;;  .-.   -  ,,.��� ���..;���.:':''  0-^     4    ' ����!-**> ���*       .   ">V"^-Jj__n��*__. i--        1  /  *^__L*_d  ft*]  .1." ���2f* iv      !,,�����_  , *:y ���       " - "��� New tw*-'-';P ���'���������';./    ;.", ',; ;,'''  Young entertaihehs from Vancouver, froih';t__l!jttite_ giiestei llie J?ariy was  tlie VisStil Dancer* entertained da- tiie first field in Seehelt'fi new large  J>aret style at Seclielt Cr '__f XL prflif  PeiA. i&fliUl. Ptnlng Roqih:;. , ;  'day*party:\^��d-'';-Won:idtid.:h|��piaifee'~:- ���������*��.;������"*-���' -������ ���������;���.- ������ ���_������������ ������-..������������-������..  ���^ jii  .ii,  ft^__^CS^!BMG  '    , TRUCKINQ- ��� ���. '  &nKvfcL, r<aPMiL  l& WxWL*'.. ���  >��. ii it^ vti     '  ; i >' ^ j  Tlii 1969 VWpa,^cU?^Mhudz dn.  '"' Ih�� 'tiMy cad 1^ Mite ^tU 'Witfi  ,_ir;-_fW4-.  i   "ii     ,!,.<��  It  .    i  .' Ol a fosWow^d carburetor ^foM e fiAi t_ce  t%ding# icing" and stolliiig'^ro gc^fe,' ^\v"  iFdrtv^rt*. Because ibe old! fasHfotU. <)'  fttitWGtor fa n��n*�� f��3Mr��v��rr ' ��*^*'���,,  i i,  ��� _'*, . __ '_ ' ��L ���* ���'' t *< *. ^    ''7'.' I *������''.  ' -**0m*--,.4~ ,  ��� 4 cWidk the Yellawtaocs under Awfom'ofciTd I.91 lhe inonfiO bi 1lib Voikiwajjgi. *di_6l&( Vieoieii^ii.  - I  1   ���."���  i  ��*i  r^,^*'^^^^*^S.^^ny*^^.^w^^m^^w^jM(_._^^^fcw^^^A^^v^4vM*^J*^^  b*#,^*^^l'i^w^^,^^#^^^^H��w^fc^^��^kiO��*v%^w'^^'M#w^''m<^^1^^ ^^%^^^f$^i^|^^^  4  �����  MW^fcri =  >��-1 rtf��if -   irk  JWr.     1L*JZ*3  .___!_-_" *.-    r^r��-l.l3elC.e^���*r5_����a[ia ��**L-s=__tfer -ST*^^  1*  5H_CTS____S8BP  * * jf _35  ��� Hl**��J. *,.  V_srr03'st fiie Iiqrte of Sir. ���___ Mrs... Da--  vid' Nystrom was Us�� laMei^s "<twj5j_,  Brigadier'B. & ______ fenn HanaseSure,  England. It was bis first wst ami-fee $i___  panada and B,G. is |____c____r, cspedaSy'  *^joying-___; Gnree *s_k__ -stay ca Ite Sud-  itoneCDp^."  7   Spending a ';__*__ ___t Mr. ___t 'Hrs-  j B��d Green w_S"Mr.Y_��__e l_cE__i_ ftoa.  PiDcherC____5,��aiberla-A fomerEjjsal resident, Mr. MeEwea _s_s pleaseS ��o tsste,.  tbe progress at tfee Senas- _S__eas Houses  in Sechelt   "-   .    ^  ~     z- '  Mr. and Mrs. P. Taylor from OaMand,  California were guests of __c and Hrs. Bert  Hardh-g and Mr. and Mrs. Fan! Tffiarifing.  Sir. Edntnnd BL GflJ .t_fffra_t_ tS_e 31st  Annual Convention cf tbe IWA at _E___el  Georgia from t&e9!I�� fotfeelS-- of September as, delegate from Local 1-71. Mrs-  Gill went tm Thursday afieroaoo, 128_; s_e  was among those at!e__i_g the IWA t_ua-  quet and dance at 'the C_iwrmo_toe iliat  evening. -  Congratolations fo Mrs. F. J. Wyngaert  who entered 14 fuMTfffs in __e Bsed___soi__  section of ��be Powell Bhrer Fair and was  awarded 10 prizes.  Mrs. B. Strosbesn 2nd dsugH&er B8s_g. of  Open area -' ' ���': WBsoa~ Greek attended the Po__S Bsver  Students in two grade three classes   week when first parf of Hie new   zingly well to tiie new system and   ^^^Se by*ms SSroLen were, raize  and one grade 4 at Gibsons Elemen-   structure was completed. There was   surpringly the huge multiple class-   vm_nen_  tary school become accustomed to   a little "peeking" when picture was   room seemed quiter thank_ju____-_al   ,  Mr/and Mrs. Gordon ���___ke es_Serfa_a-  open   area  teaching   methods  last   token but students had settled ama-   classroom.     , ������.   , '-%������ - ed at^a Camay get-_@_e__r xeeerMy at  their Jbme when among, 4&e gcests were'  Mr. and Mrs.--__��_? Be___^_mm Vleferaa.  Visiting at tbe borne of Mr. ___��� Mrs. B.  Brackett are tbe former's panails t_____  the GuK Islands.'      ��  Frank and SMrley Parfeer enjoyed a 3  week" holiday, f&ey visited in ��d____B__oa,  Alberta, and stopped at Taylor Flats in  northern B.C.  Guests of -Mr. aid Mrs. S3 Feeaey -sere  Mr and Mrs. Harvey Be Bedser ton  Osoyoos, former Gibsons iGsttesis* ___>  also visited'Mr. 2nd Mrs. AE Qajfee.  Big game banters, pjease save yoar  deer, moose and e__ Sides to donate to Use  Gibsons Bod and Gon Ctsb. Wdss.mas be  left witb 3. Matthews a S_per Vain.  Walt Nygren's in GH____s is Use p_aee  to register if yoa plan to sboot tMs winter  in the Sunshine Coast f_s&l Leagase,  Mr. and Mrs. Hemy G31 of Vancoove_r  visited at tbe borne of tfegir son a_td __n-  ^iter-in-law, Ed and Maiy GS3, ieees%.  Mrs. Mary netdier visited bear son and  daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fletcher and fasuly at Na_samo.  Mr. and Mrs. Dong Stewart: enjoyed a  holiday in tbe In  Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Best Waipffihng  was their grand dangrter McrfapH? Harper  from Norf_i Vaacoaver, vissSng bsse __ale  here parents -ssare a^a* otn a toting trip.  David Tyers was |@__St of feonor at a  dehghtfoly axanged ____refs party on  the occasion of Ms Mrtisday <ej Saasday,  when Mis. Lois l^ers e_tertaa_e_.  UCEMCED AND BONDEE*  yPi   '. *T-"; * YV "'-  rOifen eect_4ty-<^^ pbb��l oiF _-i_fl8 ^^kmsAsto'to Bad Cove.  Sec__->__C  Anrnwo yoar t^___n>eottv-)rMl' Ov ' ^ ft' * Now open,in *_o BesiBCf B!at-y Sn  i' '-. *���   "Lti      !**����-P.P��*']C��PL-'^P$Pl    '��**      +_,*   -L^^B,  Pfcsae office 885-9737,8*3.G93-26G8or-v-iteP.O.Bos43,����fc_ri>B.C  Gf��_s laoon_ Mnuiiiy^i^ay/ll o.iEa^ pjriau Fi-Sfl^ i__d;.'S_h��_ay 1 p_a^-5 p-a...  u"1-'' r-"  ��LO-GO file lot est  see IS ��b. T.V. we fame  we ttare ja pew sdecHon: " # ^_  of STAMPS hem ___5 IV  T  to  !  A fait ___ of Msetes  AatSappHes, indudina  B��f_^K>od 0_ ColouiS/  ��B_SJf-_yn>er (Aoylie)  icc^ams.' 'In (_e bow  __��__iy Citfte. Oittsli-  4BJ* " Cooyos  -BoordSjr  _m_CS_EJD    jKflflflu     ^MblflJr"  CO���v etc*  \ j  v_J_Li___j  FMEwsreis  SEE OUR ����__W'ft.9��_�� OF ^UHS  Open Mondby thrpugh Saturdoy from 9 o.m.  to 6 p.m., Friday to 9 p.m.  CHILDSEM'S  CLOTHES  GLOVES, RAINWEAR.  ETC  Gli-MORirS mtlEIT SHOP  885-9343 >. .   ~    ' S_c___t-i.C  New methods t%r\  Picture showing contimiafion of c^en   F*/, annOUSCeinenr ...  area teaching at Gibsons Elementary  School illustrates students conducting their own research at centre  table, oblivious of classes being conducted around them. Green carpeted  floor and acoustics of building seem  to absorb sound. New furniture for  this type of teaching has not yet arrived and library is not quite complete. OTXAWA (CP) Canada post office has parcels foUowed by \\he deadline far sar-  Principal Mr. George Cooper intends       announced deadlines for Christmas mail-    face letters: -      >  holding an "Open House" in the near   ings by surface mail to various countries.        Britain, Nov ll and Nov. 28; European  future.                                                              Destinations, witb last date for mailing    ^a^l^trc^t'^'J^S- ^ /5_^ "   .     Africa, Oct, a and OpL 29; India and Pakistan, Oct. 9 and Oct 12; other trans-at-  lantic places Oct. 7 and Oct. 12.  Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados and Bermuda, Nov. 11 and Nov. 18; Jamaica, Nov.  11 and Nov. 25; Trinidad, Nov. 15 ami  Nov. 22; other places in. West Indies and  . Central and South America, Nov. 4 and  Nov. 12.  Australia and New Zealand, Oct 24 and  Nov. 1; Japan and Hong Kong, Nov l  and Nov. 9; other trans-pacific places Oct.  3 and Oct. 11.  Parcel and letters deadlines respe_t>���  vely for surface Christmas mail to Canadian Aimed Forces overseas are:  Britain, European continent and Cyprus,  Nov. 28 and Dec. 1; Ghana, Oct 22 and  Oct. 25; Palestine, India, Pakistan, lnT  dochina and Tanzania, \Oct 7 and Oct. 12.  WITH Aft  ByiLDine  - sypptiisf  wf_S___w *�� __-F#fk_ir f||S$S__r gjgQSES��  jfflmg-^ _^_g_g__a_a��_M_S____ag_a_M^r rr_g?r__i  _BB8O_ff0ffB3U' ^SOS-S __S_S_SSE_3^_uf<-_-Ui  ���^wfcfll^VCf Pgt3__?g _a_gBWgIWIS0if  OBOCCSCv    _31_S-��_I    fffiCJfrff-?    CS9    ES____S____U  yff-j Bp vx_______- iwi_^_?r-_iP iw^fi^ CiB^  OVOff_3S_S_CECB__l 6-i  ^P��2fy ^^f^ jffff^  iHii  Supplies ��Jd_  SECHELT, BJL.  AUTOMATIC MfASHEPS  AND -SLOTHES DRYER  Does your laundry day seem "endless"? If if does, you need a jet-fast  Frigidaire Laundry Pair*.' Automatic  Dryer ��� Jet Action Washer.  At your Authorized  FRIGIDAIRE DEALER  in Sechelt.  C & S Sales ondl Serwlce  Cowt'ie Street- Sechelt  Phosse 885-9713  g__ti__��BiWiiggl_a_tM^  IS THIS THE WAY  YOUSEEIT?  tfp-rft*<py ;(P ^"5sr-  0 4+��'*  4SJ  flf  '^$'r'PjM   :"J "��� * ' ?  r*' i"'-*^ :&#l_?��  Ksfy ^  n I  jpayMBa  (f^l^BfSSiif^Y^^  ^^  ^_jjg_p!^_Bfe^^  PHTGOOPS  CgHLHREH AKI�� IHFAHTS  ELAPSES' SroHIS WEAH  Phone 886-9994  - Sunrtycrest Shopping Centre  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  I      SUPPLIES  Serving Tbe Sunshine Coast  GUV HlliiPlNG  SUPPLIES  885-2283-Sechelt-B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  ot  mmwm mm-\  ON HIGHV/AY 101 ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  Brought to yew by  these progressive  ���<;.'���  places of baisijisss  HEVfEf-S TELEVISIOII  a RABJEO  STEREO -Da\V ond COLOR T.V.  fully equipped for Color T.V.  Deoler for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phone 886-2280  GISSONS, 0.C.  POTATO CHIPS GO WEIL WITH CASSEROLES  ���;, Here fs a zxryyeition far usmg potato chips which can be repeated again ond  again and Mill bring campfinniefisiwy comments. The next time you are having a few  friend* in for lunch or supprr and am making one of your fovorite casserole dishes  make it that much better by serving cmuwdiry golden potato chips along with It. One of  the most effective wtrys cf ��fa��ngi this "n to make up the individual plates in the kit-hen  this way. 0�� eoch heated pteee cmonjje a bed of flat warm potato chips and around  this build a fromework of fcwpr, more imeffuJaffy shaped chips. Then scoop out a serving  of the mixture from fhe oaiscroSe and put it on tbe bed of chips. Add a colorful cooked  vegetable at one/ sfcJe end %gssmrsh with pooJey. Willi a little practice several most  attractive ptates can be so tftmkly arranged fbot every bit of food on them will be  enjoyable hot when served to your jyuests.  This cmaerofe dnh of eggs, hcnni ond mxnhmoms smothered in smooth crcomy well-  seosoned soueb H fix* one ol mony *__ch n, jjnsatly enhanced when served with potato  chlpai, ���  i tAAA. dog A��a> mrntt wooux cassirolc  4 tabfespoorrs t��utter iXnfi ���>f dry mustard, few grains cayenne  4 tablespoon* ftour Salt and pepper to taste  1 Vt cup nwO- 2 ct/ps cooked bam���c^it In thin Mrlps  ���% cup light crebm 3 l��o��d-��x>l<e<i eggs���cut In elolitlis  I       l/8 teaspoon paprHUi 2 cups sliced mushrooms���souteed  JMake sawce o* buffer, fSowr, r��__i and c*w*n, Add seasonings. Tlicn odd ham, eflgs  ond mushroom* to sowoe c*k& licet tf��o��m��jj^��tya S(>oon mature into grrjp^ cotsertjle.  5f>rfnk_t, finefy onjfrd chcrse faglMtty owrr Mp. Conrr with crushed potato chips. Bake  350 * F until topping i�� nwedy Swwwncd���dbout 15 minuJes. Mokies �� servings.' ���  B������S_S  I^^^^SP.  FurEtSsMiBgs anJ  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -   Secgteft, D.C-  Peninsula Plinllii  LtdL  BH-ATIH-a & Stf_Fn.lES  Your Kemtone  ShorvPm Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  {KJeleBne's  Foshioii Sh<ip|^  Gibson*, 0.C. - Ph. 886-99411  L_s^_��i_B_M_ag__Bi_^^  jgg^^  s  2S�� A.DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL EUiMACi  Complete   with  oil   burner,   ducts  work and oil tank In your boms.  Call   Bud  Kiewitz  your shell  Oil  Distributor.  88_-21_3 CSbmms, D.C  i  88MSS  / ?���..*.. 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"���!//���        l Il_,-     _,_._,_     -- ��  _  Y/ednesdoy, September 2S, 19f8/ The Peninsula ,Tlm__,  --.j  PageT  oca  l- ,UuY'  aanwassers  ,;,";.^      . <    '   ��� -     '    - ' " '   , .  tr-l��yvMoriIyii Hap&in-  MONDAY .moroiog we had an' extendetl, are MermkedyyThis y^ar 4Jjet_'iii"a chanc? "> c  ,*". tome tooto period to enable fiife class-   that &e.^den^^M~able'toi'thake $&>? , <  ^3-ooms io elect their'-t__eid; .eonocflL-_vb_|*^ ommefidkOoni -!*'�� fl_>sV"^w_r_s. .'-�����' T?*'",-.   '^^'^^T^M^^^^^^^I^Q^fil J^ - Vlf fWE#��  "S��!ft__I_J_I_SJ^^ . "��*�� ^/<teitiito:-^*��-tw^ .fijBto vbiutrfeer ea^asster, *^^l��e   students pMadtaftfregidar hi_cbool_ aid  ' ,c%|^t|n _^to ainjveriifies. Braille .and TaMng books" axe  tyamd free to blind readers from the National labrary ot.tioe li_usiHti_te.  -     '    -  ^-.(W.  ��fi_ (Tie various-ei^ coding S^^81* Wm .* "^ ^ !��*-.-�������-��--.;   JVj,   . to crato,  Emflie'^Jlsg and SS  - up jvete discussed. On Ufae 1st of Novek- ^l  LyT'   ...   <_   .*>.   -.>  A .. .     Y CNIBJS a voluoiaiy servn.ce TOrJsflJ^ tor typmg, cooking and Hrfixfecaoe, travel. They  ' bet. tMoe will be having her annual Sadie * T studcat Handboofc wbidi was di-wn fte social and ectiiuwnic t^ttalMfcalfion of were tau^_t by five blind' Home Teachers  Hawkins Bay. A .senior dance will follow ^L by, a c<,n?ini?tee of teachers and stud* fhe blind and tlie prevention ofrbliSdnfess from CNIB.    ' '   .  '  that night; All students 15 and over will be *��     "? ^ a ready for ^Wn^nXtoa* iri Canada.                       . ,    ,',, , V^           Residence care was provided to 122 eld-  ;ffeted' for office use.  itlii. Students Council field Its first meet-' S^gto_T��_r1d_.�� ^riir ht* S S   ?"* T- M_f��^ 2"S?  uui _-��s-.v. *ui auuhmus io ana over wjil De �������       __.   1    *    _.<.��� *>��� ���__. �����j _m            *������������������.                ,         . ,     ,*,   i   ..j,              ��*m.i>_*_.vi. v���v ��___, tiivvmw ��/ ^e^, ^xu-  welcome to attend and grades 10 4.1 and any m^Jiks *�� "�� ^^^ staff and the .  ' tlfidugh vOliinfcwjr  _oi___b__-__J'IpB-   erly blind "persons last year. In this area,  12 are allowed invitations A'junior dance ��B,���froe se<3tM>n. for preparing this hand;    people -are Helped sluimOunt Me-foa&al   blind people may live at Queen Elizabeth  will follow on the 5th of November  and or ���e use rf ?* ?tuffiats- . -'             difficulties occasioned by loss M^ypan.    Hall, Vancouver or tbe Villas, "Victoria,  it is hoped tbat our local band will be This ^e9T *** Elpbinstone Student Con-   Parents of pre-s^ool. age b__i^,c_iiaren       ���Some 2,000 blind Oanadiaas bave jobs  playing. stitution will be revised also. We _re feeing    are counselled in the special gare ijnd   wilch CNIB hel^d ihem itrid. Blind peoj>le  On the ^ 27th of September, we are hold- to obtain Conslitutioijesi from various schools'" training required io ensure "normal. ,4evel-    ca�� work at most any, job foom farming to  ing a'Club's Day; its purpose is to encour- ^�� .BjlC' and 'tlie staties to aid us in this re-    opment. Tie Institute also co-ope^a^s with    computer programming. Supporting CNIB  age membership in lhe various clubs, such V1&ton.                .                                        sehools for tbe blind and,with jp^sents.M   makes tbeir independence .farou^tt employ-  as: Chess and Checkers, Referees' Bed Student Council cards will' be "issued   arranging the education of blind,' 'cptyixsn.    ment possible.            ,_  Cross,. Gladrag, Yearbook, Future Teach- early in ithe week to' all students who -have        Braille writes, calculators, .ftygmiifts        Local campaign commences   the, first  ers, Future Nurses, Scores and Timekeep- Paid their fees. Their has been -a large    and tape recorders are loaned fo jblind   week in October,  er-s.  Photographp,  arid Girls'  booibs, in  anyone can _.    .__.   j6in if they are in*erested. mg for your locker should make stime peo-  A committee of students was formed at ' pie tbiak twice beiifrre being so careless  the meeting on Friday, for the purpose wiltb tbe condition of tbeir locker. The dol-  of 'revising -the  awards system  in  our laryis refundable providing no damage ig  schooL As the Students Council pays for d��ne during the school year.  f-d  m&B  i  i  i  a�� a.m. SismeSay, Sept. 29  - At _he riding club, corral  ��� rear of Super-Valu,   /  Sunnycrest Plaza,  Gibsons, B.C.  ADULTS 75c - CHILDREN 50c under, six free.  Concession stand, lots of fun for all -Everyone Welcome  MjirwiMrBiiiiin��iiii)ii��lnliiii-��-il����i��ii"'*i'"--"����i��i  eftme  m_  the' majority of awards, It was generally Next iweefc I tope to have some iateri  felt that when the awards were presented, views witb a few of our new staff mem-  there are a few very deserving people who bers.  i  Sechelt Bowling Lanes  ALL LEAGUES underway for fall season;    (295), Sylvia Jackson 639 (268), Cauleeft  high scores to date are pacesetters Cauleen    McCuaig 646 (250), Lionel MeCuaig 693.  McCuaig with a series of 813 (265, 327), and    Mildred Turner 255.  Sam McKenzie 712 (295). September 39th: Orv Moscrip ���67 (276>;  Ladies Tuesday September 3rd: Esther Joy Oda 637, ifev Harrison 695, Frank New-  fierry-321, Eose Rodway 292, Louise Mid- ton 071, Cauleen MeCuaig 818 (265, 327). -  dlemass 633 <234). . Ball and ^^ September 13th: Sharon  September lDib: Esther Berry 650 (256).    Middlemass 618 <245, 232), Kalby Hall 251,  September I7ih: Aileen Bystedt 600, Gail Gladys Kutchie 288, Fran Jackson 648;  McFadden 252, Louise Middlemass 282.- ,      Careen MeCuaig 672 (245),. Len Fox 657.  Ladies Wednesday September 18th: Ball and Chain September l��_h: Caulees  Gladys Ritchie 569. - MeCuaig 758 (251, 250, 257), Mary Ritchie  Commercial   September   12th:   -Mabel   647 <250), Pat Porter 727 (286),  MePermid 685 (280), Sam McKenzie . 712        Pender Harbour: Jim Caimeron 653 <2E_4  Ron Fenn 653.  Sr's-ffigh 'School:  Brad Allen 372, Bob  Benner 253, Susan Jorgenson 361. <203).. .  G:��$ &M* to ��:���� ^.?J3���  /  I  i  IS  mmM% mi m mn im m $2  CHILDREN UP TO 14 Y��ARS $1.25 & PEMSIONERS $1.25,  EXCEPT SATURDAY $1.50  For Weseryatiuim* Flea@e ^jfone ��SS-S973  Af Bus Stop Gibsons  I Cu*:H__r lie W_y;You Want  ag_g_________a5__^^  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bldg., Sechelt - Phone 885-2333  *  WEDNESDAY- 12 noon-5:00p.m.      :  Wednesdays after 5:00 p.m. by <_ppointmen_-  5ATURDAY���2 p>m. to 5:00 p.m.  One expectant mother to'another while  discsusing doctors' pet answers, "Well,,at  least in our case, they can't say *It*s aU  in your mind'."  with flashy   ��#  uicknacfe? Shoulctwe have  '  '   ' skipped i&e bigger new  327 _e!i.-iii. standard VS engine,   : .  theaddedinterior.el^ance,   fpL;  ^% ^andiheimprovecltAstro  ^-,  k Lot ' ^ffl^aati<mJ^t-?ri?|Sotoe ' j"  '"   " people think so���box  id fleeds to say  'afinoimig' or  'lew' oi  S-JPEH TWI  sher-Spin Dryer Coinbiiialion  Exclusive  2 YC-ET  f  Just look how the '69 Hugger  hangs together. Not a line  that isn't leaning into the wind*  WeVe improved itie interior,  too. 0tiieted the ride. And  made ihe Astro Ventildtion  :.-.;, -v, -yJr v_��nfeite evferi better;  No wondier the other sports tern  _ure��jmdiiDg their geara.  T^-^g^J  *"���- +*?  'to1"  -*��sS  iffl  ����� _  .�� '.  art ������  **��� _ ^*^^___)i%M  JW  'G9 ChcvtlluS. 396Ki��rtCoui)P  on all p-iff^s  and service)  ���1 '1 J, mi      i.-fWB( 'II" I -j (  .        1  i.(l       ,  _���>_* ���','���<��'*��t��W<��*i>).4*   .v^vto'^SJi^     J       '" ' ������!,���������.'. ���  *. Extra rugged 1/3 hp motor In washer section.  * 1/5 hp motor In wosher section.  * Twin pumps for separate emptying of wash and spin tubs.  * Agitation action accepted by all for whiter wash.  * Wash up to 12 Ib. of clothing at onco.  * Gleaming white enamel finish, long life porcelain washer tub.  UstPrSc�� $22S35'  Your Trad�� ^ 20-00,  H��W YOtl PhY {MLY  mad? a car Ik��  V69 GfceveSSe.  iel be mtmi*  ihinlc cfttt^ '69 Chevelle as  'concentxptpd Chevrolet*  It'e got Big Chevrolet featurea,  but a naturally active  personality all ita owii-  Just odd jgas���and let tfae  other mi(l-_ize cars step ftside.  4---,  1S6I  Chevy _ova  withTorque-Dii  Ttie'CaChqwyNftviicosta [/,  very little to get into  / ��� ,-<y .x  *a?. ifw^i irv  x* ���"��������� ',r*  .t^i4iiir+ - ^r��> - .v��� ? .ai -^     ^  '���fe**  i-JMmV"*!'"'!  irj��_rflHii____iiii1__ii  U-^*MriB____iHW  _i__a��_Mwi��*WJi���*��in__na���-  'ittiilioiiirsl^'  KS��E YOUn tOCAl AUTH0n!2��D CHEVROLET D_AU_>  PIJCHIJ S03-21I1  ��*M_  ^__q��_  PININSIJIA MOfOl PRODUCTS'(1957)' UD.  ��S_C{I_LT# O.C.  fc��fti1^S#,*l*?'^''^*'J**l ��*"^ '^i*^)"^n^��rt��-^Tl*>J>' ^���^-l^^r^���^1^^^'^^''^^*^^^^^���^,y***''*',''  , ^^fS!^.   (*>|AA^��*1,'''<*4*<  V'^'h**^^'^,,^.,*,.,^,,.^^^^^.^**,.^..**.^^,.^ *p.*i.,A.,*?..#������*,*.#i^l*!(M ^^^i. <�� ,rf.^n.^f,^^  *��^��>YAMH^^f^^MfSM^i^ta#*^ji^^1^t^M<v^ #v*'"^^_���'S*''^^^(lrf^w-t^*^^''*^ ^ ���-, Vol.-s.��23en's Home Alone  * ^Spells IS-frfe^'V  .>  P'  ���   <��� ���  SEE YOU AT  SECIf __LT V��Lff$Wi_$EiN  '.     COPPING MOTORS LTD.    ' '��.  885-2812 , r    685-9646  THIRSTY! ��� FOR MUSIC!  Most children love it ond need it  to build their lives with. The accordion fills this need in a beautiful  and versatile way. The fall term  will start soon, why not inquire  while our rental instruments last?  Risbey's Accordion Centre  885-2109  is  lyood;   K     ^ . .���       _ , p ;s ���..___^���_��� _,_,_���.--._���..-__.,  _bas iAngeles*aiea^w__j 50i00ti!;i��_% of soiil'  grat-gg" sound <tf jti& tfol(&^bmo��La^&&-  powejr.-Paying retards,for;bis>>ul Iho-   g^pmtmg.euX*'so_Tfefwfatl,': ft** ����{��#��  there "and sisters, be must be beard to be -< merey/babyl B^^-w_��*     >    ' Y"$ '^  K*eteSL *<   <"- L'V   *   __<vw"\    i       ^ 'is' constantly -.busy wife WieTe-U  '*    ��a-votee&at1 sounds bke a shovel   ^ne ^efl^ it,-* a m^j^a j^fe��-f  being dragged ams c��n��^ tt�� Wolf-   g^g W wi�� unwarfindMdjial oaflust ^  manaccompames !his ��dec_w ^ tarts   �� ^azy. cbnversafioo^tfc 'a _-iener.  growls,  and! guttaajal i?houts  of:   "Bave .     ��     . r-  mency!"   ^ -   , , *<���  His format is definitely unique, K is  also the( Weirdest-meibod* of radio entertainment today. Unlike most program  hosts who entertain you in such a manner  ���* that eventually, you are only unconsciously  aware o�� their voice, the T7o_anan ham-   .,-,,.       _.�� .s->  ( .mets awar at your s'eisi torn all S-   *J*_J5S&*???*L. T��. .?Pg_f .&?  , ^What's your name?*' he<a_fcs a-colter. ��'  '*<__ri6___>" a sultry voice replfes^11 - .  'I love you, baby! All the seas, a_f __e f  mountains, all the trees,  all the pjppy ~  dogs and al the jazz couldn't leep"fjne  away from youi 'Bye/* '  *|  "  To say the Woliiman is different would '  i>Pp $'P$''eXP,iPP*K��ik~w 'iVr Oy<. fv* -.-'.. - Y . y Y ^    ^t       ^ Y��   ,-V"   i 'M>-*.fk j "^  <- t       ' " * -/   i- y <��� y " "   y   f ^   "�� /�� k *        iJ y   (���,,''���� .�� v "Yy " 'r*  y, j  ��ds. His grating bowl zeros in on one  ear, reverberates inside your head and  crashes out the other ear. He is always  there and you toow it!  JOs "request line" is so way out it  must take bim a week to come down again:  <"Oh, WolKman, I love you," wails a female  voice over tbe telephone. "Play a record  for me." I  "I love you too, baby. Get closer to the  phone;' I want to whisper something in  your ear," the WoHman rasps in-reply.  "Yest, Woliiman?"'cries the voice, helplessly. , t ���   -   -  '^Are you ready?"  Contrary to false information circulating in the area, Mrs.  A. I. Bowler of PENINSULA CLEANERS, Gower Point Road,  Gibsons, wishes to assure clients and residents that she intends to  remain in business on the Peninsula for many years. Peninsula  Cleaners will continue to make deliveries all over the district as in  the past.  PMSUUt a_4___l - 6IMS < 886-2209  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AMD CLOTHES D&YER  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.  GIBSONS yAEPWAtE (1966) 1TP.  PHONE 886-2442  with anything you have heard is impossible. But through- all the nerve-shatter--;  ing noise a message gets across to __ose  loyal subjects of the soul Mngd0m-4iose  who "dig" bis type of sound: "ii me could  all get together in fids world, tmarij-' it  would be out of sight?" , { ���  Tell it like it is, Wolfman. Have rae&y!  it  ��� -�� #   �� s  Small Stuff: life becomes tedious when '  bureaucracy crawls out of the woo^nos_f%  and raises it's pretty bead up over {.tbe-'  counters   of   Officialdom���an   alien   land-  through wbkb we are forced to travel- all  too  often.   Recently,  neighbours  of  ours  bad their first child. While 'Momma was in V  hospital seeing to tbe various necessities  involved, Poppa was at borne celebrating,'  and I was called  upon to- journey\into  Officialdom    to   secure    tbe   beverages.  >Among tbe purchases I niade at tbe rpm  shop was a bo-t-le of vermouth, to be used  by ladies wishing to wet the baby's bead  ���that evening. But upon opening tbe bottle,  it was found that the lip was broken,and  that glass bad seitQed to the bottom. .Che i  cap was Bawiess, therefore it was iimposY  sible lor the "bottle to have, been brcflcen  after I bad made tbe purchase. So I went^  back to Officialdom to obtain an exchange.  There was a different fellow on duty  when I returned and'although he was most  considerate iand very understanding,  itfe'  bands were _ied by tbe bonds of red-tape  . whidi seeim to decorate 0_��fi_aaldom like i  ''-streamers at a ticker-tape parade. He did  however, confer with the chap wbo, b?A  originally sold tbe bottle to me. lans'.pfir-  ison, sitting in tbe office counting the day's  take for the B.C Crovemment, 1 suppose,v  bad not even the good manners nor the  common decency to come out and speak  to me. instead, be shouted from behind a  ''���' sbelf of bottles, across the 'counter whKb'  was an impregnable governmental barrier  between us, that i\ was just plain out of  luck  and  that  I  should  take  my .aoto-  story elsewhere and leave the gates' of  Officialdom forthwith. '  Such was the implication. 'Naturally, I  shall not mention"the name of this little  Oaeser, as it may tend to upset bim,, tbere  on bis throne. Where so many employees  in ithe pay. of the government, play a role  of lord and master, look down upon us poor  peasant folk.  The needle on>my anger meter stopped' /  it's wavering up around IheJeritical limit -  of 9S percent and 'settled back to it's normal level of 50 percent and 1 departed  O-ificialdlpm with in^y sharp bottle df Vermouth  Bunketing the tug in Long Beach, California, tauses us pas. the berth where the  abdicated! Queen 'Mary lies. Her mammoth  size and staleness will never cease to amaze me! She lies silently; "Queen Mary,  Liverpool,^ oh ber stem is now rusty and  faded, buitAber three massive funnels rise  into the  smog covered  sky -in''defiance.  As the tugs teamed down her starboard  side, I could almost visualize the host of  passengers and troop$ she has carried over  the years lining the rails, ber officers pacing the bridge. She is silent now, empty,  but still in all her regal spendour. lit seems  rather a shame that this grand old lady  of the sea should end up as a hotel and a  convention hall. It just does not seem fitting . . .   '  Had a good run ashore in San Diego  this trip. What made it seem Hike a bit ol  home-away from'home was that 1'was with  a new shipmate, Bud Jones of Gibsons.  Yes, thank you, Bud; I believe I will have  another rum. and ginger . . .  NABOB  _ OZ. JAR  BS  ggg;  zzzz  mmmmm  BRUNSWICK  1/4's TIN.���  C  SB!  TALL   r  TINS.U..  muimmmmmmmm  mmmmsmm  "^^  PREM  12 OZ. TIN  ��    SAVE EASY AT YOUR LOCAL SHOP-EASY    #  Ardmono.  14 oz. tin  PEACHES  tfSRES HOIK P  for  Ardmono,  14 oz. tin  for  Chocolate,  ctn. -  etchup:  CAT FOOD  mik,  PIZZ  oz. pkg.  Heinz,  5 oz. bottle ..  &  24 oz.  for:  Kal Kan  Tuna, 6 oz.  ,   Chef Soy-Ar-Dee,  5 oz.   Cheese    for  !��  mm iowels  IHU1!iC��  TOE LARD ___  TEA BA6$w.^  wmmmm^  ;  Chef Boy-Ar-Dee,  i,   17 oz. Sausage _  Sudsy,  34 ��z. bottle.  CANAPA CHOICE  CANADA GOOD  Fresh Ground .tW\  SHOULDER STEAK Ib.   ��,  Burns Bulk Mt  BOLOGNA  lb. _fr,  .������,':���. 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