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 ���*&��$#  Goes foeledorafe -*  _<C> *r��. ..  ,* Y  ^^^1^^^  ���.  to vote yes ��r~no to the question "are yov  in favour of tbe Letters Patent being'extended to include-tbe supply and distribution of water as a function, substantially  as recommended in tbe Sunshine' Coast  Waterworks Survey/'   '  Continued growth of the area has, during  Regional Board finalizing  combined water works plan  '" T    r       . -��'*��* Xt -i  OWMDB electors' in toe 'Sunshine, Coast - -of Peing served from the .system, fox which  Begional District will shortly toe,asked   afe jDistrictaissuiries responsibility for dis-  ..���fcrilbiition, adminis1ra-i--ij and-maintenance.  This "tax will vary, depending: on'the-size  -of tbe 'parcel, &s._o___��_:~<a) Up to one  icre in area���$1.25 permonttii "<b). From  pup. acre to thxde [acres in area-i$2.50-per  month; (c) From .three acres" to"ten acfes  past years, created need for ^ compreben- inMea^i75 per,mont_Md)'-.reater^n  sive water supply scheme m order to take - ^ acrX$5.^ per jnonth.  eare of smaller communities  which pre- ^     v      *    .  sently bave little or no water, particularly  during summer months.  Following an extensive survey carried  out by Consulting Engineers, Dayton and  Knight Ltd, the Begional Board hopes to  establish, in stages, an adequate system  utilizing Chapman Creek as the initial  source. At present tbere are 2,177 potential connections in its service area representing a population of over 6,000. The plan  however calls for sufficient supply for a  population of 10,000.  Subsequent construction, which would  be impLeapenled in stages commensurate  with need and financial ability would include; extension of the service area and  supply facilities westward from .West Sechelt and extension of the service area  uphill by construction of additional mains,  reservoirs and pumping stations to serve  'the higher pressure zones.  Ultimately it is hoped-to serve the entire area from Port 'Melon to Egmont.  from one ixttegrate^iupply system.. Ef approved "by the ejtaefors, construction is expected to .start in the spring of 1089.;.  Estimated cost of stage one which would  provide for 10,000 people and based on  anticipated' 1869-70 prices together with ad*  ministration costs, interim interest chairges  etc., will be about $_-,40Ov0OO. This wil be  retired over twenty years, operated and  maintained, at a cost of $1_6.000 annualy.  This cost will cover'purchase of existing waterworks and where neccessary provision and sale of bulk water. At tbis time .  there are .18 systems in operation together  witb some private systems ���between Port  iM.e_.on and Egmont  To cover the annual payments., a water  rates schedule incorporating three charges  is proposed;  1. A- flat rate connexion change, payable at the t_x_e_of connecting to the system, that wil coyer the ��ost of the initial  bouse connection from _he street water  main' to tbe .property line. It will be $125.00  for a 54-inch connection.      ',  2. A land parcel tax on alll^nd capable  - t_c_  SeB^ !canadian Graphic In&xstsrfes ��&_L��  4_>0& Ile0*'5*ft Av������~-���-���   *--- -~c  t^^afocmer^ *�����&- + =^-~~ ,- ������������  "/; Service  M____s_et83 cs-secowf-cfea  moa by ihe Post Gffioa  Ptipoitment; Ottawa.  Serving the Sunshine ���bofljriHoi��-__Jwd*o Jenfe ln!ct)J Coding Port Ma IIcm. Hhpt^lon8ing,Gmnth^  Wilton Creek, Selma Pork, Sethgfr- tjeffecigaP.By/,, Secret Cbye, Pender Hgrbwy., t/faSpm?txdn,Klsin&ate. trvm^sUtaeSag.Gsa&xej.Si*m��*i  - 3, A "User" charge for each' dwelling  or building that connects to- the. system-  and "fakes wafer from it' This-charge will  vary, depending on the cost of .supplying  water to various locations, and is estimated  to be as follows: 1. Sechelt'-'and: Selana  Park���$3.50 per month; 2:. .W^est Sechelt  ���$5.00 per antailh;. 3. -Davis .Bay���$4.00 per  month; 4. Atea between, Davis ���Bay and  Gibsons���low pressure zone���$5.00 per  month; 5. Gibsons Heights���second pressure zone���$4.00 per month; 6. Gibsons.  Heights^hlrd pressure ' zone���48.00 per  month; 7. Chekwelp, Granthams, Soames  Point and Hopkins���-$3,50 per month;' 8.  Langdale���second pressjure zone���$4.00 per  month.  The above "financial zones" are delineated on the drawing ass Areas 1 to 3:  Only those owner-electors". wbo will be  ���served by the :new systein. or whose 'property is capable of being served, wil be  charged.  Volume 5, No. 46  t$_-9S_-S9AY- OCTOBER 16,1968  i|p l^ist-i^tMlursesmeat  M flailoTOiiiberfiiiitioE  Tr_______nr-*3WO ���m__es met at- Casa Ular-  tftpsg far lie October meeting of the  ��2X-__Q�� Coast Eegisiered Nurses Associa-  F-fitaaang ~a ddicioHS meal, 'ftey got  ���sssn to bBffloessv making final plans for  fise Wase aM"Cbeese Tasting Party to be  hsftfl _?*3W��_o_��er 2nd from S-10 p.m. in Gibsons Legman HalL All proceeds will go to  sod tbe Sea-teat and District Retarded Qifl-  daggts &��&&&atasn ami tickets are now jaVr  ga%��Pe item members of the Nurses AssoY  Ufeafi meeiaug w_H be November 4th  Tafean Mr- Bud ��_5_cK___3e will be iguest spea-  __s_. Tcfoc _ral be, "How -we can help tbe  wetasSed ��____*�� from our own comniuni-  ���5  few*  .--.,   /-��r._-   -^-^-^   ���     ^,"5,  limber frail * .  Riding Club's Cymklicma  hailed successful ska  TEMPER fl__A_L iM<Jing Club's September  7 iGymkhana was a tremendous success  with riders competing from Squamish; Ab-  botsford;  ChMwack  and .Richmond.  High points junior rider was 15 ye^ir-old  Brian Mcintoshfroin Squaimisb. -Di^b;,point  senior rider was iEiic Mirus from Abbots-  ford ��� and president ��� of .M.S.A. Biding"|d_b_  Local yoiing riders put up a Enelshoiw  against more experienced competition as  the fo_owing. results show:  jimfoRs  Western Pleasure Horse: Brian Mcintosh; Dianne Cramer; Georgette Madalam;  -Jhane McCann; jMike ��� Manson.  Costume: COUeen BuS)y; -Luke Petesps;  Sheaban  Bennie;  Wendj <Jnroey;   Andy  Peters.      .  Egg & Spoon: Teddy Meldram; llarjr  Wray; Nina Cbxisfxaas; Colleen 9a$w,  Dianne Cramer. ,y  garret: Brian Mdcfosb; Debbie 3SzMi;  PM Townfey; Debbie Jackson; Ceorgette  Macklam.  Dress ��p: Debbie Marsh; Teddy Ms&-  drum;  Dianne Cramer;  Karen BrigoaD;  Make Manson. ,.:      ..���[..,....,....;;  Ron & Ride: Phil TowitSey; Brian J3c-  Intosb; Shane McCann; Laurie Day; ^Efi-S  Manson. ',..-'  Stake: Brian Mcintosh; Hike Slasson;  Dianne   Cramer;   CoHeen   Hnsby;   Lake  Pcte.s. '.        /    ::. -    .   .  Foals: Dave Husby's Cody; Dave JLef-  ier's Antoro; BiB Peter's Appaloosa filly;  Diana Bergen's Cody; Cbes Day's Bagsoa.  Best turned out horse and rider'in both  junior and senior class: Sheaban 3ensm;  Stevie Chafer, Tbp&x Pentecost \,  Y -'��� Pirst Hand lirfoiinaffusn  Ranching in ttie Chilcotin country   Biver area ��a ffie a_las ace  came to life for Sechelt Elementary ,' left: Rlcfcy Pearsoo; '.Jmi ll^gs; Bin-  School children when randier Lyle   Jensen; Lynn Ozke; ifesse _%a_ic��-  Jensen paid a yi_at to the school last . ski;  David Be Slaer 2s_3 C-__ssa  week and answered a variety of   Proctor-  questions.    Studying   the   CBsbako  Victoria visit * m a  TSas Loan Caj_K)ard is proving very  ����3__��iMls wilh tbe following articles avail-  s2_s sat Soas -v_��n sckness is in the house:  _as5B5a3 beds; wheel chairs; commodes;  vapsolzer; -eaema and douche equipment;  bedrft&m and aranails; these may be obtained ��?y g3iffi_a3g Mrs. T. Lamb at 885-9975.  .SSjj-StaS-e crutches may be rented out  Stassi^b Emse Drug Stores.  Qaristmas deadlines  overseas air-i  Post Office has now re-  mvsd  the 'Christmas  deadline  dates  ��rtam aH ifereign postal administrations for  j___ 3__3T3sg Canada by air. To ensure  (f^&rery lay C3_3��-39_s jime,. letters and  pas-__�� sIkkM be-posted as follows:   t  fSsst date is for letters, the second for  ��cal senior citxzews  return from co:  :��mm~\  PROVINCIAL government, in its desire to  make a happier and fuller life for the  s-33k>r citizens of this province,; bas ap-  P<��nted 35 counseltors whose responsibility  it will be to belp and advise senior citizens  -e matters affecting ihsax welfare, such as  f-OMons, medical services, mental health,  legal and financial affairs, bousing, leisure  and adult education.  Counsellors appointed to fhe Sunshine  Coast are Wm. Haley representing Gibsons  2nd Iklrs. Wm.. McGregor of West. Sechelt,  representing the area from Secbelt to Eg-  ajont. '    ' ' .'.'".  Tbese two Counseaiors bave recently returned from a Provincial conference of  Senior Citizen Counsellors held in-the.Par-  rSanjent Buildings^ Victoria, ftom~Oete4>er  cboBson and Mrs. _^*______c_s sS. a ggeegggsi  and tea at GoranssenS E55eseu ..   ���  Welcoming address- wzss'gsaeesY'teg H&e  Honorable Isabel Dawscs wtas ��ss .tssasi-  Ied all over BrftMs ���___aai_is <_tefeg -__ts  past year 'making a specras st__ad3y <s�� 1_b��  needs of t6e perBSHaas;- Pkesaser ��� W- _&_ ���_���  Bennett also Ioo___l irs fo_r s ^��5rt t��s_e ta  add bis -soni of'��-____&&.  Three tsssj dsgs Were pecisd w2_i interest, .wifii fiE-L-gE^gnssss; 'oa_s��?25g -be  delegates faKg;^a,m. t�� 3 pint *BSEre-a_3_;  ' addresses,'gwoy cfrwtgrgffasg a_aS-ggg__-l'^-  cusshjus on a3 maSSerff gegtegrfeg to t23��  welfare of tbe sesfbr c6___3��__l' ilffl" s3_____5  was gfanen b? t&e BaakiraMe Ifes Csss^-  he33, -Wrasses r& SaczS Messrs.. g_3- ~  j_�����S5p��ft*��5**J*����  ^^^|^^s_a^i^^^S^_^^^^^%^&^^^^^^^^  Brian. Mcintosh; Dave Tattrie,  Jumping: Debbie Harsh; Harvey Lef-  leur;_ jShajfte tMcCann-  ; Scurry race.:Eric; Mints; Brian Mdn-  tosh; Bill Petere.  iRrala-n. Dec. 14, Dec. d; European Con-  ttasasesa. Bee 11, Dec. 7; .Sep. .of South Af-  inisa, __9e& M, Dec 7; India and Pakistan,  Usee,   is,   2Dec-   7^   Other. "tons-Atlantic  plsees, Dec 9, Dec. ���; Antigua, Bahamas,  Ifejfijsiias aM Bermuda, Dec. 12, 3Dec. 9;  Jasmaka, Dec 32; Dec. 9; Trinidad, Dec.  13, Deb 9; Central, South America' and  ���____��� fgaees an West Indies, Dec. 12, Dec.  ��; AasteaMa and Wew Zealand, Dec. 12,  USec 9; Japan and Hong Kong, Dec. 11,  ______ 7; Otter traias-Pacific plaices, Dec. 9,  sasc'7.        ;    '"������..'  1Ss& last mailing dates for air letters  a__l ]paa___s ��or Canadian Servicemen  ' -tosrseas aie also announced. Mail for tbe  Caaaaaan AcnneS.-Forces abroad"wilL arrive  Ss Hmne ___��� <__3_stmas festivities if tbe fol-  IbssSsjg p___3__g dealibes 'are obsefved:  jgjsBaan,..-��ec. 14, Dec. 9; European Con*  Iftfegtf^ _ftBc:ai,."Ifec 7; -Cyprus^ Dec."7,  ��6_u C; ���___oa, Dec. 7, pec. 6; India and  Pslssten. Dec- 11, and Dec. 7; Palestine  Bee $,-��&��&_ $; JfidoChina and Tanzaiiia,  r^S=  Bare Back Relay:  Debbie .Marsh team;  Colleen Husby team; Ted MtMrum ieam.  Egg race: Brian Mcintosh; Shane McCann; -Mike Manson.  Key hole: Doug Oram; Pete Christmas;  Shane McCann. I  Pole Bending: Enc Minis; Tom McCourt; Peter ICbristmas.  Run & Ride: Shane McCann; Bill Peters; Roger Pentecost.  Barrel: Eric Mirus; JL Lcfluer; BiM  Peters.  Tins hs^ng the/i3__^'conference" of-its  kind, it was planned on an experimental  basis, but so great was the entbusiasm of  tbe delegates -and so -much selp and useful  guidance did they gain,from tbe discussions tbat it will quite -possibly turn out  to be.the first of along series of such conferences.  In tbe absence of Vincent Yates who is  ill in hospital in New Westminster,' tbe British Columbia OAPO was represented by  Provincial Vice-President Wm.p Haley. Tbe  Senior Citizens* Association of B.C. was  represented by its Provincial President  Mrs. M. Smith and the Federated Legislative Council of Elder Citizens' Associations  of B.C. by its President C. Frank Way.  On October 8, we Counsellors were entertained by His Honour, John Robert Ni-  Pender ygaffe  Sechelt and District ��� - -  Happy Sleak-ln  TimOC   nPW   finnV^tnrP    Hot gruelling evening over the barbe-   ing^ontbs'aMouncc^"^ w  XAUiCa   HCW    JJUUJVdlVUv    cue providing steaks for the annual   nual Hallow-ecn  Masquerade  has large selection  WE AIT thc Peninsula Times in Sechelt  arc pleased lo announce another first for  the Sechelt Peninsula, our Bookstore Ib  now well stocked and is open regular hours  .hrougbout the week. -  Our tremendous {.election Includes books  for chiidrcn who are just learning to read  as weM as for ortigular readers, and for the  young teenagers wc have a large variety  of adventure' novels at reasonable prices.  For .he adults there arc books on almost  any number .of topics:.' Fklnlmg, (Hunting,  Geology, iGovcrnmcnt, UJatory, Arts, and  many unorc. For those who enjoy fiction  there are vast number, Of novels by well  known Canadian .auithori.,.' both w\ a lopal  and natkm-wJdc level. For those wlio prefer  non-fiction, we also havii a good ' selection  of auttublogruphlvo _)<'alintg( with political  figures in Canada aiid oilier countries, as  'well as a nuniibcr <A booku on.the hlbtorlc-  of cities and provinces In Canada.  The Timea Bookmtorc h <��|K'n daMy and  invi.es anyone with an Interest in books  to come in and browse.  Painting exhibition  held over by request  DISPLAY of Marine palnllng by Mr, Lionel  Singh .iurM. of ...bM.iift WiU In) held ovrr  at the Gallery Shop for anoMwr week \mU\  October JWb, by /sjx-clal request.  Tho Sefiix'inbi.'r raffle, �� painting of thc  "Ultu-noso" by Alex Znolln wmis won by  Mrs. JR. M. While of lyadnrr, B.C.  Tfet. G��llcry S��a* retnlvfid a bcautlfuJ  bandknlt ladles c_rdJgan fclzu 34-30, donat-  ."d for the October raffle.  Lions Club Steak-In failed to bother  the good spirits of Lion Chuck Rod-  way seen Willi Lion Bob Heard.  These were but two of tlie kitchen  group responsible for an excellent  meal,enjoyed by 1hose who attended  tlie event held at the Peninsula Dining Room.  SEGHELTT Rod and Gun club with a fuU  slate of events scheduled for tbe corned- ib an-  Masquerade will be in  the club bouse Saturday October 26, commencing aj 9 p���n. Tickets available from  George Hay, Bon Spencer <w Ban Currie.  Big event of tbe year, tbe annual banquet will be' beld December 7; asransf-  oncnts are well under way and tick*-*  should be available shortly,  '  Commencing-Monday October 21, il i>  jPr. Murray Newman  Public ^Aquarium Director  Chamber of Commerce guest  PKtWER Harbour and Ditftrict Chamber  of Commerce announces thi|t Rr. Murray Newman,, Director of the Vancouver  Public Aquarium, lias agreed to vInU Pender Harbour lo itell of lii^ expedition latA  August to the Arctic In rwaix-i of Ibe Narwhal, which It* a very rare animal, die  male growing a tusk sometimes eight feet  long.     , -  l)r. Newman will show pictures of tbe  expedition, He will alho diwufis the pro-  grrsH and i>lans for tho Garden JJay Whale  Station',  This meeting will take place at thc Garden Hay Conference Centre (the old bos-  pit al) ml 8:30 p.iin. on Monday, October 21,  amd any iTieinl>er of 1bc jwWlc wlw la Jntcr-  ijn1<h! Is welcome,  Itegular monthly wtincll mwrtlnp of thc  Chamber will be held on Monday, October  28 at 8 p,m. at John Haddock.'*.  j Among 1honc wlw accompanied Dr. New.  man on the Norwluil expedition waa I>r,  l'at McGeer, w1m�� apart from his political  career ib _ biocbemlM, lnvolvi_l in brain  rciicarcb at UBC. A* a uiddifiM. ol Ibe txipy  Dr. Newman reveals tlie fact that darwz  the trip, Dr. McGeer gained new 1k��*w��  as magnificent cook.  Dr. Ncwnian who played a promim-nl  part in Uic establishment of tbe Whale .Station at Garden Bay report- that 11m; *n��-  tion has proved extremely popular all ��mjm-  mer and during the past roo^hs a ��uniM-r  oi communsration cxpcsimcs&m bave _*,-*���_  carritxl out on tlie nrhalc*.  He reveals thc fact that Skoofcum-CcoJ,  the large bull wbalc wtiicti escaped M-l  AuguKt and has clludcd capture ow since.  was believed to have been tbe largest ��_���������  ine mammal in captivity at tliat time lie  wah about 21 feet in length and ettmy.ft  io wdgh Jn the region of ten tt*w*J��4  pounds.  One compensation Is tbat fie bad been  devouring two bundrcd and fitly pound* "t  bcrrint; daily. JVow bc ha* to Jtccp turnvr_  Ihiring bis early -_ay�� of freedom. i*k"'^  urn-Cecil was vt*n on a wimbrr of ��cca-  tdons  in  Porpoise  Bay. and   aMrKigfi  .��-  came cIom' to a number ol boat- be nwa-  aged to keep clear of ncU,    ,  hoped to establish a Ladies' Night for .22  handgun shooting and interest shown will  decide on future meetings.  Pistol competitions between the Secbelt  and Gibsons clubs will recommence Sunday November 20, Junior Rod and Gun bad  a turnout of sixteen for its first meet and  it is .understood tbe junior training program through tbe schools has started.  These classes held with co-operation of  the schools are beld in the club house and  include instruction in the basic fundamen.  tals jn gun handling,(field behaviour etc.  I Films of interest shown at recent general meeting included a' bunting trip by  Prank Jorgenson and a visit to New.Zealand and Australia by Mr. iind Mrs. Bill  itankin..  Report,of interest to fishermen is that  80,000 fingerfings have, during the past  twp weeks, been added to a number ctf  local lakes including; Trout Lake, Garden  Bay Lake, Hotel Lake and Kilarney Lake.  TURKEY SHOOT  Winners <_" lucky targets In the Turkey  tboot beld October <Mh were; Gladys Prost,  Chris Spiitb, Bill IjDehart, G. Newsham,  Bd Cbiassin, Phil Burdett, Hob Janls, Mel  llouslcy, Jim Stockwell, Dean Warncs, C.  V. Beeman, Bob Summerficld, Gladys  CSartceJ N. Crosby, George Play, Judy Sim,  Holly 1>4 .unann.'A. R. Simpklns, A. L. Han-  <H��h, Ray SMcox, J. Parker.  TROPHIES  Throe trophies will be presented at the  Jlalknv'ocn MatMjucradc In three classifications, these will bc most original costume, most authentic costume and most  cumlcal 'costume. Tlie Gu.n Crucil Memorial Trophy for "sportsman JWJ ���w-ill.bc  awarded1 during the annual banquet, nominations for this award must,be in to the"  wcretary Bob Janis by November 12th  1908. \  Members arc advised that NovemWr,  ��s closins date for ����e Fox Jrophy. awar-  tAN oneim_B_e recociS off crfsze vssaSjsS m  a seventeetfryeax-oM VcssSsx ' Ws&xm  yonth being *2__e.i to z&& coxsst te&&. We&-  nesday- in Secbelt -at r&gsest eg tSse cs&sm  lawyer wbo suggested sods seSass. as Easing m tbe best interests of tSoe ���pa$$E��-  Tbe Snath, RaptSe PMiy PsziM dL MaS-  eira 'Pam has had fifteem c&asgss sg2C3__at  him dorfng tbe .passu t3kee yeassr ns___. ��_f  them inwaking fsresS^. enCry ssb& iSss&L ESe  appeared!'before Magfeteste CBscSss 3_53-  tekteadt \ssi -reek t�� fece ��we s��5?ai!_Kle  counts after being raiaec! to acfiiiil osbrtL  As a ren_t of &a eaxSkeg o��Seoosr JPiaaiil  bad been sent (cf Bntmrnta ILatoy cm Vancouver Island, last Aagttst. flto BseaSsaffi ��ral  September -19, he ste&t at sgieeSSsisaA fin  Nanaimo and nza<��e Ms tpagr hadk tto> tlfiae  Pender Harbour area w_Jes-r, aiSor -Boafo-  ing up with two more jEseoSsa, Bte ��a_-  barked upon a ranxpage- of tzKzk. arod ��s-  try, 'theft and ma;Tle_oaa damage ta�� pegntte  property.  . Entering a ,pfea of. ga��&y ten affl JEwe  charges, be elected to jtaaxS cuiaa fty rnsxg��-  tratc to the more aerioaa. efflence, tSoeSs. ��_-  ceeding $50. For t--�� oflfeaec be BadI ��ft_ase  of triad byj jodge aad psry, by jb5_s; wsSasotl  jury or by magSstrase,  Other four icfeaxges iweres I3i5tta_; a__l  ���entry <rf a ipsirate .reawfience; Breafl:. aa_l  entry ��f the Royal CagaiSaa HjtgHoa. SmA  and entry <_f anofher paitSetoce^ tiks-it <sf  tanks of gaaoGne to a ua&c rose eawPeficg;  I Crowii counsel CoEdl the court (SssaO. fMaw*-  iog bis escape froos JScsooma Lalir, ��2__ accused spent thc first dixy m toas&��\axa& nwaur  the school. He titer s&rfe a W_e tbofl *pe��>^-  boat together with g��s and tB&rliy Bwa*!*-  powcr 'motor and left &c Ptemfer Jibste��cr.  During fais orgy of crtoe kd cftoa aowa .  he stoic  Itqnor  and  ex^tnexnta. fxmxa -Cto  Legion,   igasoiine  from   aatsC&cr 'itoinutisav  broke into cabin* axed st_��e n_-TPetrgca�� j_��itnt>  including abd-*, a peEet gua> and 'pwiS-rtav,  1 clothing ;bed_ing. fesfcras ro������v a&epesa h<ES��  etc.* In vac cites be s_a3 fcia'cocts^usecssss  meased thc .ptace ap ttetksac Bwhro^s w_5  upon rttun-ns for a_oTh��x BtgJta Mil i_ pa  a 'wrrcked coadhttoa.  l_at��x thc trio were anr��__t_ a�� SLbfeira  Pari; and c&ar^es *a&��e��|GenC?" DM.  Crown cooascf taggercerfl cbbks ootflrr tfi*  rircuatstance* it ���� tsboao* Ix-tHgr <r*a Ew  deme for the accused xt Ecasncn. JLo.2ur aisd  suBgcsted �� prr��-S of <��et)ei��Cisn_i asxH tonaa-  )nr. at a scsit��t_e imtitaCwsm.  Thc yotsth'3 moclier 3tasT��_J s_*r Sa_l jaws  hecn notified of ber ��oo!"�� e>e7*5��r onriS a  wtxk later and that barf she bewta ��r�� *fl-  risrd ��wr might h������- Caiara ��ncp�� r_> ff.c��_  hem thus avwdiog aortre oC G__- �����_��������.�������*  he now f��cea.  Magistrate X__��eS>tcad_ ���*��_. he ajyiBitid  and express*.! th* *iew tSa: wtiSr tor fead  no idea -why C_q atacSA 6e so. for fsfl. *��  enquiry shou&S he suaSe as  to ibSl^ ��mSi  Y ."-.v,   >  .1 ' X-i  IP' "v  "Pa y  / ? .,^  ^Y4,  ���������&s��$$M  member Scscow^; F��* w mm sex tteSASm  aid ��__D�� jear Indefinite in the young offenders, irww.. ef Oakaila, the magistrate told  tern *Hlbsjy 'have very good facilities for  tsakoag tbea_. and I would advise you to  sefflte down and accept it Behave yourself  and 3?wa _-U be out in one year, olberwise  yam -sol serve the second year, it is up to  y&si",    -  Tknusday thrift Shop  prows Very successful  J_JE_5t_LAft  meeting  of   Pender   Harbour  __BK__aiy lo St Mary's Hospital was  _ffiM October 2nd wilb vice-president Mrs.  ��, Sadey presiding.  Jtatoesliing reports were read from Co-  <HKla3__iis Council  and  lhe  Thrift Shop.   '  OpKmag of the Shop on Thursday mornings  {has proved to be very successful and much  apipnscBaSied by residents.  >___. Nkld meported tbat, now associate  cneimSwrs jmay be Hospital volunteers,. she  taupe* more members will join from Ibis  jgrawjD as more worfcers are needed.  Jtembens were reminded of the coming  EC JLA. Gonvenlion at Hotel Vancouver,  Octtfifeer 35tfa to 181b. Several members  bsape to altead.  Remaining time was s{pcnt finalizing  jjtects for abe Fall Pair & Carnival wbicb  willl be bdd on Saturday October 26|h at  7 p_xi- at Madeira Parle Community Hall.  St w__! be an interesting and enjoyable  n��wa_ns for tbe whole, family. Bingo; Fish-  pvai; Gamaea of Chance as well as sale  ��tf Do��-_iiies and gifts, so attractive and of  _rot_i warit-y, they -viU make Chri-_<inas  a___as>B-__g easy and early. Also on sale will  8>e dt-idous bomc-baking, fruit, vegetables  astd f_ants not forgetting refreshments.  ���jnbr A-odlJary expects to sec everyone  Uterc |t_ning in the fun.  jrtflnct rocctiiig will bc held on November  Wh at  Madeira Park Medical Clinic   at'  Cffizens homes project  creating big interest  THIS past week has seen great development in ��bc |ir��t ten units of the new  Scaiiwr Citizens Homes, on Ocean Avenue  in Secbelt, Every day a number of pros-  pne!_*c C3K->1�� and local people come to  ac* mtxaA is taking shape. Surprises have  bwa register**! ,at the eirc of .h�� laundry  asad abe individual Ooekers for the guestii.  "J!bc beauty Ol lhe homes is now attract-  s_^; aUcmion beyond the Sunibinc Coast  aad Mifttkn. is bring a large delegation to  wnr-Uie SwuSdinsg and meet with the local  ttrm-x rilirens. f  ,  Owing to lhc delay in receiving pome  ��t_��j����a3*,   thtt  ��A0cial   ��s��e__iBg  ha*   been  fw��$9 A-J  n.p.i.nWI��l*^WH'��'ff.,fflWBlutf 7 J^ ("V-vY-'  |J_^>^iW^J|^Mt_M-_tfK_ii. .i^^LwjwtjJ^ja,> i__._ __������_.      ~    -  Ufj/'v*.*  f_>-  i^V  ..j j  _\*^w i .^ fi  AV>Vj   W^   *_'   ">t^   /  .-^.^���ttMta. rtMvtV^,  i^jj^^j^^V^^1^^^  r*  PasreA-2 �� %e fenlnsuln Times.  _. _.       V,1.  i       - Y       ."���.I   ' "tl*  >er 16,1968  WjBpy^l|<l)IWJIIf_IU^^|^^W|U_l|WMIW  ���swift"  REAL ESTATE.  XlS  REAL ESTATE (con^ue^    BUILDING SUPPLES  ���Mtl'U "I    i'iJ,'  hi III 111  --J.  Ill Hi MilIHlli III Hi I  _......   ..     ji^-  f  ��r   t> rr*     _- Mc^ir-moiie ��_>-voh.  lHEl^ENH3SU^/^^fobsfcris-Phone 881-2515  . ,    r     -���      -       ���   -        ________ ,. (I   _.*k',* -    " . . '     .   ..  __>  AUTOS fi TRUCKS (Cont.)    FOR SALE (Coa��nuc_U FOR SALE (conHnued)  Published Wednesdays by ibe  The Peninsula Times __&,  et3ecf��_l>8.C.-  Sechelt-Kione 885-965.   1   BEDROQ^ES-Modern ,4 bed- EXCELLENT, .conune&ialJoi   G_BSO:i_}S    Biiildmg/-Supp-Lfia.  *���'������"'' -3^h6me^2-otv_to$f'in /Uten^Se^Mrr^gMyfl^,     Ltd. a^fett/.^itirtis. fc.&  " $.eact_ and?safe boat anfcltyifcge. ;^tio_V le?fil ��E$;;,t4ea*��& All   Quality: J^dy-jalxed concrete  laving, totenl^ZbdSp, a^plaee. ''servUki  avaajafie;"', Box iiosr Serving the ar&a for 20 yearS  fright eab; M&bgn; i_*. jwna,, penitmla^^mes. ^   ,   VfQt$&i        P'   < ���-    7,v   ���*"*    SO-t&T  A-oil beat dble carport. Iiovefe ^i^v^ -i, * _. - - .��' ��������rr* -  landscaped   yar_'^tb" patio. *Pf|�� #^�� Jg*-  Sale by owner, tobbne evenings . f** �� ��4-��. ^^ sikdHr-  WRECKING 3S59 'Sfad_3xa_��r �� fiUNTW Shots, WSSHf S_is> WAlWFM>M home J near  ���  automatic.  886-709k'   1     - J��fi��� 8-5_-fa    '"    -"Sfgf5.��      Garden feayYWater, power,  -float, good wad. Call 883-2229  ''tottrlte BO-C 4^ JFEjft 1, Madeira  Pflfrfc, B.C.     '-      "    ' 9691-48  ^ 3627-46  LOST  ^^ ift^       SSmoriS ESS. :��ra^��5  l_OGGING nggUj&Qne '& j_t��*bJ  Member, Audit1 -urean  of Crculathms  March 31, I960  Gross Circulation 2066  Paid Gtreulcri-on 1807  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Elates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs .15 words)  One Insertion   Three Insertions  I'WIlL nofc i��"tesiHmsable for   ��h^ B.C.  any delfts or obllgafions' contracted in my name \by persons  other than i&ysell     '  -  Jack B.< WB&wb.  4G9-lfn  ,��WL  ,S&feSa  50c  _$K00   10c  Extra lines (5 words) _  "{This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 1 10c extra,  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 25c  per count line.  Display advertising in classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5;00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier -Yi ^___ 50c month  COMING EVENTS  GRAND draw" Jfor "colcik radio  'will be &^ld at Roberts Creek  Legion Hall, Sat., Oct 19 at  8-.3Q p.m. Admission $1.00. Dancing and other entertainment  arabged by Social Committee  of ,_he IOOF. 9690-46  TWILIGHT THEATRC  Gibsons  For six days  Wed., Oct. 16 to  Tues., Oct. 22  THOROUGHLY  MODERN MILLIE  starring Julie Andrews  Color  Next Week  Oct. 23, 24, 25 "  Nancy Sinatra and  Elvis Presley  SPEEDWAY  Oct. 26, 28 cind 29  PSYCH OUT  and  SLAVE TRADE IN THE  WORLD TODAY  Both restricted  9708-4^  Wedding Announcements  MR. AND MRS. William 1 R.  Sneddon of Gibsons, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ionia  Sallie, to Mr. Richard Hugh  Holbech, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Ronald H. Holbech of Coombs,  B.C. The wedding will take  place at 6:30 p.m., November  9, 1968, at St. Marks Anglican  Church, Qualicum Beach, B.C.  9695-46  MR. AND MRS. Harold Swanson of Sechelt, B.C. are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter  Valerie to Toby Millage, son of  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Millage  of New Zealand. Wedding to  take place at St.Hilda's,Anglican Church at 2 p.m., November 9, 1968. 9693-46  OBITUARY  WARNOCK: Passed away on  October 11, 19fe8, Martin War-  nock in his 79th year of Madeira Park, B.C. He is survived  by his loving wife Martha, 3,  sons, Bill, Ed and Jim1 all'of  Pender Harbour, 3 daughters,  Mrs, A. (Cledla) Duncan, Mrs.  T. (Luella) Duncan both of  Pender Harbour, and Mrs. S.  (Nina) Almas of Nanaimo; 17  grandchildren, and 5 great  grandchildren,   Funeral  service  CLOSE to* Seeh-_t, board and  some nuissang "care .in new  cozy cottage by sea; beautiful  view; country Hying; all conveniences. Home cooked meals,  special diets catered to. Electric heating, own; thermostat in  bedroom. Seasonable. Write  Box 9662, Peninsula Times, Se--  ehelt. 9662-tfn  WORK WANTED  HANDYMAN,   cabinet  maker,  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  Ph. 886-9900. 766-f_Q  OARPEiNTEE work, afterafions,  carports,    etc.    885-2343   or  evenings 835-M60. l-ff-rtifn  miJCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor'  service, old jobs, etc. All <worfe  guaranteed. RR1 Sechelt, Phone  8��-Zm or 885-2094.        1871-tfn  CARPENTRY   work,   contract  or   wages.    Expert   finisher  with 30 years experience.  Ph.  886-7240 or 886-9345.        9626-46  MAN experienced in-most-facets of construction, home building wants permanent work in  Seehelt area. Own transportation. References. Write Box  9689, Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  9689-47  EXPERIENCED   secretary  requires full orfart^time' employment. Ph. .SK-'OOe.  9701-48  VERNON & SON  J3UL-JDOZJNG  (fonherly A. E. Bitchey)      '  Land Clearing with clearing  blade - Grading end     ���  Excavating.  Competent work, service  ond satisfaction  guaranteed.  Phone 886-2887  1555 4fo  WILL    purchase    patches    qf  standing timber.  Phrate  2459. 1681-1  SMMit, acreage, view or wal  erfront,  required by private  party. Ph. 886-7006. 9702-48  12-14' RUNABOUT, 20-30 hp  outboard, complete ^ith trailer, imust be in good condition  and reasonable. All cash. Ph.  886-2313 after 8 p.m.    (   9717-46  HELP WANTED  EXPERIENCED full-time book-  keeper. Books to trial balance, accounts payable, payroll,  Pension plan, MSA, congeniaf  staff. Reply to Box 9692, Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C.  9692-47  THERE is aii immediate vacancy for a part-time Clerk  Stenographer at the Madeira  Park Elementary School. The  salary will be based on the rate  of $2.19 per hour.. Written application should be Sent to  School District No. 46 (Secbelt), Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  9709-46  SALAL WANTED  Top price   paid.   Good  quality  * required. Contact J. M. Hayes,  Reed   Moss  &   Fenn,  Secbelt,  885-9313. '    9532-tfn  EWART McMYNJ*      ~  HEAJilY & INSURANCE.  Y     ,     .     '   '  Notary Public  Member . /  Vancouver Real Estate Board-  Multiple Lasting Service  PHONE 886-2248  Modern 2 bdrm view borne on  1 acre overlooking Trail Isles.  (Garage, community water, eL-  beat $14,000 cash. Ideal trefiie-  ment home.  Bright l bdrm home on/.sock;-  bhiff site for good Sower, garden, view of sea in near distance, fine water, stream,-thni-  1 acre and extra 2 bdrm neatal.  cottage.  AH for $12,600.  Half ,  cash. Some fumiure and .equipment goes with. Redrooffs.  With a sheltered'sandy beach,  mossy bluffs and deep black  soil, you can bave a beautifully  ���-landscaped, steam heated, 1000  sq. ft. home in tihe country, for  $22,750-$10r000 dxc W-W carpet  in lvrm, built-in oven and.  range, plaster -finish. 2 car garage and workshop on cement  floor, l-acre, Halfrnoon.  5 acres level land, comfortable  walk to Village, road access,  $3,000 csh.  Nine acres of Alpine beauty  and seclusion with a comfortable cabin on over 200' waterfront. $15;000. %down.  2 for cottage .on Vh.^aieres. Water rights on stream, well equipped machine shop on highway  :;&rJ&O0!>;;Y--'--<- ���  $5#6o down for furnished .2 br  part 'basement view home in  Gibsons on quiet street. FP and  A-oil furnace. $11,500 Full Price  A place to finish but lots for  the money. Half! cash on $7,900.  20x12 LR, 13x_i and 9x8 Brs.  15x16 electric ef h. kitchen. Utility and concrete floored garage and workshop.  A better home in the rural area. $24,500 with cash .to a $10,-  500. Mtge. A-oil bea-ing, biul--  in stove and oven. 6% per cenlt  int. Concrete floored garage  and workshop.  Semi   waterfront,   good   view,  easy access ito  good beach,  2  bedrooms,  bath and op$a,.h_,  $5,800. Itefimsbed at Redrooffs.'  West Sechelt home on good pebble be____. Small area to gar-'  den, on highway. Ccanmunity  water and good spring fed we_L  2 bditm open living area, hardwood-floors. Carport on house.  Full price $30,000. Down payment $10,000. \  100 ft: waterfront West Secbelt, 30(1 ft. deep, house on. Cabin at beach, stairs to beach,  $15,000.  I&IS for issaK- 4 -3_agje_ 'fctew.   consBfion; (Ewpfr l amch'^byline  -!. lots in Sf.ma Parle 'Steretced   sbacktes; ne^^eo&efflaon; -oiie ���%  m%, power and, water. J*Bneed   ��m& &&&& ttoacjIsleYvevr 'ten-  at,$2,750 eac-*. P.OYl6ox -3St\f ditionv ��� ��**���* ���-*��� '������-'"���-  tSec__e3t or -jo jfew'contest fa   approx.  ��� Nestoan, S-Jtoa Park. $$$MM   fo"r  gu^Mnes,'length. i$5; ft  > ���... jr.,~.'r.--    ea<ih, %" wire mope; -one 180  ft. length, % 6x35 iWRC wixe  rope. A. WilsoB, EoWris Creek.  9688-47  USED fridge,. 6i ,_iOB-hs> old,  '<3 CHEy j��M$x\ fc V0h . $329J95; tSR.'&afae' ifetoVe,  . bunk;sank, stove, ke'box/in 2A", $79.95;*Easa..;wringer wa-  gobd shaiH>;;$1150. 885^9575, J*��r;$29^5ja &%&&*. zttewglit  BIUSJ sell. 3965- Mustang, $1400  '   or best offer. Phone _S5_64S.  970O48  washer masl eaxk��H H_ii_.   ifeAt^NOWCSR  ware x,td���  885^2171  Sechelt/B.G- fbone  9__3--t__i  MOSILE HOMES  ;��� one leadstrap, length ���        " -  x. 7 *L> 'ly**** wie'Lwse'Y RARKWOOD. CANADIAN  BLOCK BROS.    Y  Phone Mir. Good 681-9700 collect  or 736-9171    "    -  For fast service on all proper-  _ ties and businesses,    y  W�� TRADE HOMB  9646-tfn  CHARLIES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest' Shopping  Centre-  Gibsons  Providing the Sunshine Coast  with a  complete  Professional  Service,  <   Real Estate ��� Insurance  (General and life)  Law Office and Notary Public  <R. F. Kennett)  Prompt aitteimon to purchase or  sale of property from inception  to registration.  Tolist or purchasejcall now ���  Our experienced salesmen are  a't your service.  886-2481  8546-fo  THE SUN-SHINES ON-  Seehelt ��� Close in. Rockery,  planters, shake roof, A-oil heating, fill basement. iLarge Jiving room with Sireplace, 2 bed-  i rooms, hardwood floors. $18,900.  165* of tmrestrided view waterfront with the finest sandy  beach. 2 bedroom home 1hat is  a delight to show. $38,000,  Inmiaculafte ��� Quarter acre  fenced and in lawns, walks,  flowers, shrubs, and patios- 3  bedroom house, garage and outbuildings. Near schools, beach,  and stores. $21,000.  U.L.A. Porpoise Bay���1.6 acres  with 100' waterfront. 3 bedroom  house with A/oil heating. About  % acre cleared.  $19,500.  Large lot, Selma Park, $2800.  Good terms..  $1,500 DOWN���In Sechelt, 2  bedroom house, remodelled, el-  BOATS & ENGSNES  15  FT.  C____N|PER boat, "good"  condition.  2S hp  motor for  sale. Ph. S86-27SS. ^23^46  RUNABOUT, boat storage'avail- "���  able. Safe and dry for winter.  Ph 886-20*0, Shaw Rd. Gibsons.  ��� 951fi-t_n ,  15 FT. CAD2LXAC. aUun. boat,  35 hp nioior, trailer, coyer,  lights for sale, yhone 885-2007.  96lS-tfii  16 FT.   plywood  boat. Cabin.  New controls,, two 5- gallon  tanks, 35 hp Evinrude. Phone  883-2645. 9710-48  27   FT.   clinker   built,  275  hp  Chrysler. Bunks, galley, head,  FP $5,000. / Writs' Box 9704, Peninsula I^eJ5,^Swhe-t. ' ' v    Y  -     - -^������������" - 9704i_S  CARS ond TRUCKS  1956   PLYMOUTH   Belvedere,  automatic. Good ruining^order. $150. Ph. ,885-2192.   9678-47  1967 hjflbile home. 44'xlO'. Two  bedrooms, front" living _ooom.  I_U7: price $5,-W- ATailaWe  Dee. 1st. For information phone  x   ,    .        885-9513.  Z   Big Maple'Motel  & Trailer Resort       __  ' 9707-tfn  gOU SALE  FIRE Reason- here: Buy your  trash incinerator from Sechelt  Kinsmen ait $3.50 each. Phoiie  885-9542, 9504-44  OIL  space heater  with  tank,  $20. Phone 885-2041.     9640-46  USED Zenith dryer and Zenith  semi automatic wringer'^pe  washer.   A-l   condition.   Phoiie  885-2087. 963(&_6  IF-   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans  885-S3301 Sechelt, B.C.    ,   ,   ,  88934fn  160. F^f. new)fence- material,  ^#ria^C^dari 5*. highi <Jlaz^  ed MOsaic tile, 16 sq. ft. turquoise, 12 sq. 'ft. lavender. Ph.  J885;2395>'.  ���":'���' \. ...   ". >��4M7.  LARGE oil  space  heater for  sale. All' complete.  Ph. 885-  9450. 9674-47  1984 400 cc JSTGBTON-, Partly^  customized.   IjKceljent   condition-  $500 cash. Phone 487-  9023, Powell Biver.  -   ��� 1815047  ��� ���*      }    ~ > ..  GENDRON baby earnaSge," tw^-  bpr balh tub, baby carry-^1  and bassinette. 886-2055.  ��-3847  -��� t- J-   U     v.  ,immmmmw0m^mmm^mni-im^l��mf<mmmmimm��tmmmi0immmtma^rmm'��' ������������������������   ���  5 FOOT Holly trees #_$2 each.  Good  heage   material.   Proceeds to Sunshine Coast Senior  Citizens    Housing.    Fjhone    I.  ^Green-at_ 886-9979- 965746.,  TRUMPET for sale. .Good condition. Ph. 886-2675.,     969448  ZEZNT_H> -wringer washer, A-l  condition, $89.95; wronger washers, $1055 to $29.95; Simplicity wringer washer, 3 months  old, $99.95; used console TV,'  A-l condition, $129.95. Don't  forget to see our big Hoover  Demonstration on .Friday, Oct.  18, 1968. Parker's Hardware  Ltd., phone 8&-217V Sechelt,  B.C.,,..,;.   ,.'..���   .-   .'97154&1  MARINE ACCESSORlB  Canvas���Boat Hardware  6q8QiH__js#."air service for  .::^..p%kttv^;^:te_3cs.-  'SE&v^''ayaOatoe rjtot  salvage work.;  WALT NY&REN SACES  ^ ' ���- y      tLJD. '��� -���   ��� ���  Phone 886-1303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tEo  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  at the "south side of Secret  Cove.  _.JTakejiotice that Wesican. Exv  plorations Ltd., of 38 - 845 Hornby, Van., occupation land development and raining exploration intends to apply for a lease  of the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted S.E. corner of Lot 1, Plan  12912 of D.L. 4661; thence South  2500 ft. to N.W. corner of; Lot  5416; thence East 1600 ft.;  (tbence North 1900 ft. to a point  300 ft. south; of the N.W. corner of Lot 6843; .thence westerly  following south boundary of existing leas�� applications to a  point of ��ommencement; and  containing 80 acres, more of  less, for the7purposeof development of land opened up by our  road construction.  HAROLD JAMES MeKENZIE  Agent for   -  Westcan Explorations Ltd.  38 - 845 Hornby  Vancouver, B.C.  Dated Oct. 4, 1968  9705-Pub. Oct. 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6  enings  ie  AFTER UESS than a month of practicing  cheeirlea-_ng Iryouts were held on October  10.   This   year's   cheerleaders  are:  Carol Olson, Mai_lyn Hopkins, PattilC.e-  ment, Juanita Wray, Dinese Quarry, and  Pam Boyes. The spares are Karen Stanley, Carol Forshrier, and Barb McLean. It  is hoped to make new outfits for this year,  black   and  -gold   plaid   mM-kalt,   black  sweaters, and Maek and gold plaid tarns.  On Thuisday *at. hooh,7 the grade 11  Food j Glass held a pizza sale in the home  Ee. loom. Ut went quite well.  At last week's Student  Council meeting ii was voted that the Grade 12's would  have || Slave.. Day thiST. year. - Consequenty  eetric heat, laipdxy room, alp., the ^l^ade 12 students will be auctioned  tached carport. Move right in cK. li^ty, tb^r held a, meeting, ahdyplun-  *>t-ftiORno-"-   - ' '*��� . ieersmfettY%��ls^^  weeksl the rest of the. school can get at  the Grade 12 students either by _h-_nselves  or pooling their smoney itogether, with their  E. McMynn  Dp' Wortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  d/l  was held/Monday, October 34 for RENT  at 2:30 p.m. from the Cominun-  ity Hall, Madeira Parle, Rev.  W. S. Adjroyd ofnclating. In-  terment I'Virest View Cemetery,  KranciN Ptr.nlnBu.la. Harvey Funeral Home Directors.  9714-46  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to expreHN our uln-  eere Ihnnks. to the miany or-  HiuiilzatloTiH and ���jK'rwn.H who  helped iih after our recent loss  1 li_-.mf.il tir<\ -���Mr. Jind Mii'H.  K(\   lUm'M. IKKMl-49  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS AnonymfMis. P.O.  Box TSit, Secbelt, JVC.   Phono  UHC1IH76. 969-tfn  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES   '  may be obtained promptly  5x7 SIZE, J.25 'EACH  6 (nnxno iimbjrrt) ... 1.00 each  12 (smnio .subject} ...   M each  8_10 SIZE, 2.00 EACH  C (pamio wibjccit) ... 1.MI each  11 (name Mibjcrl) ... 1.25 each  LCAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  6 "  HALL foi   rent,   Wilson Creeh  Community Hall. Contact Mr,  Glen Phillips.  885-2183.  1095-tfn  2 BEDROOM older type house.  Old age j>ensloners only. 886-  2019. 0656 .fn  SMALL .hrcc roomed house, all  facllitiefi, on five acres, fenced for horws If rcquln_l. On  OranRe ltd., upper wlope, Ph,  738-5448   or   see   Flndlay   ^al  E��ta4e. 0045-46  , 1 ,   ONE bedroom units for winter rent on Uic waterfront.  Electric heat, TV, Hiou&eJceep-  Ing, .ill fincUJUca fiiii>j>ll<_l Including Jlncnri. It<Mii.)nable, phone  885-WR7. 0637-46  2 HEDltOOM un.fu.rniNh<-<l Jiounc  at   Tillicum    Bay.    $50   jx-r  mouth. I'll. K85-219J. 1)711-48   1   lailtNlLSIHED  co.1ih��<> wMh  one  IxKlnwm     at    Selma    Park.  Clean   and   warm.   $65  month.  I'll.  HK5D772, 0703-40  3 HOOM    MJiito,   frldgo,   tAttvv  mm! liealxT. View. $C5 month,  (JlbfcWIK.   8802055. IKKW-lfn  WANTED TO R��NT  r~BI.l)HOOM   htnm,   SerhHt  arc-a.   Box   STO   SdbrJt.   Trl.  ��a_-2.V!0.       ....      ._.... &G2*-m ..  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  9706-46  ROBERTS CREEK: Immaculate 3 Bdnm home on lge. WF  lot. Bright modern kitchen, spacious LR and dining room. Full ���  (Concrete bsmt., features finished 12x20 (room. Utility and A-  oil furnace. The unique garden  features many unusual shrubs  and plants, plus fruit trees,  small fruits etc. Garage.  'Approximately 10   ac,   Soulh ,  slope,   nicely treed,   excellent  access, $7,000. Full Price. Excellent terms.  Completely modern 3 bedroom  home, electric beat, close to  beach, good view potential,  $16,000. Easy terms.  GIBSONS: Older home close to  municipal beach. 1/evel to shops  etc. Lot 50'xllO', $0,000 full  price.  On 1 level-acre in desirable  location, modern 3 Bdrm ivome.  All'rooms spacius and aititract-  ively decorated. Living room  features heatilator fireplace  wllh raised hearth. WW carpet.  Bright kitchen bias counkir top  cooking .surface and wall oven  In copjx_ikme, maitehling fridge.  Utility room. Attractive terms  on $20,000.  View home, close to shopping,  one bedroom, large living  room. kHic'hen, Self contained  (suite in Ibaflemcnit. <Jood garden Ml. J'^ull price $10,000.  RealiKlic  terms.  Over 19 choice acres, with  over 1500' highway frontia.ge,  two creeks. Full price $5500.  with only  $1250 dowm.  ��� 886-2000  ��� 880-9G56  ��� 800-2000  ��� 883-228.  K. Btijiler  Ron  MrflSavaney  Ed   Butler  Don Tait.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  GlbsonN,   B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SEimCK  af $l-t,800:  FUHN1SHED rental��� Sefchelt,  sitable for two, $90 per month..  H. Gregory 885-9392  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013^  Sechelt, B.C.  9680-45  GIBSONS���lmmxaculate 2 bed-  room, fully serviced, part  basement home on level landscaped lot. An ideal retirement  home location. \ Full price  $12,000. \  Choose your building lot now.  An excellent selection of level  and view lots priced from $1,250  to $2,250. Down payments from  $250 with easy terms.  DAVIS BAY���Fully serviced  view lot 60'xl50' in fast developing area close to excellent  beach. Full price $2,250.  SECHELT���Fully    serviced   >/i  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 ishorline. This  land lis easily developed and  overlooks well known Sargeant  Bay salmon fishing haunts. Full  price  $45,000. Terms. {  SECRET COVE AREA-Watcr-  front motel-marina with tremendous potential, Modern, fully equipped lodge with dining  room seating 60 persons and  owners living quarters; eleven  , attractively placed cottages  each with a view balcony; abundant waiter "supply; .vboal  house, boats and floats, Full  dotails upon request. Priced at  $125,000.  PENDER HARBOUR - Fully  serviced, beautifully treed, wa-  terfromt and Beml-wnlerfnuit ,  lots jn this (scenic harbour with  year-round boating and flNlilm;.  Priced from $2,500 to $0,500.  SAKINAW IJVKE-Large wal-  erfront Ms on this beautilful (l  mile long lake. Easy access via  Jveo'ffl Bay. Easy I/thin .'nail-  able.  Full price $4,250 each.  For these and other dwicc p\i>.  perties on the Sunshine (>)����i|  contact Frank Ixwis or Morion  Mackay at. Gibsons office, mt-  WW.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Glbnona        and        Biirqnltlarn  9T.44-4f, l  PETS  ���I>y Marilyn Hopkins  -Mends. Let's 'make -Ms year's .Save Day  an even bigger success -ban-last year's.  The day Of our Erst senior dance is get-  ..ting closer. November.. 1st is the day .and  S:i30 p.ap- is ihe time. Cost i of the dance  wall be $1.50 with Student Cards and $2.00  -without. Invitations will go through the  office. The name of the person being invited should ibe placed in the office at  least a week before the dance in order to  aOtaw the Student Council Executive to  mahe up the invitations which will be  mailed out. The invitation must be shown  at the door. A decorating committee has  been formed in preparation of the dance  School pictures are coming up; the photographer will be here on the __4_h of Oct.  Last week linda price and I interviewed .Mrs: Day and''3__ss ftobextson on what  they thought of our new Commerce wing  now that it has been completed. *Wer_e  quite happy except for a few defects. It's  pop. small, ifs lacking electrical plugs .in  some places where we  need them, and  there's a lack of top cupboard space,for  .Storage. But on She whole it is tremendous.  We expeicted it to be verjy noisy but;it"is  quiet.   E's. bright,   attractively  laid ' out,  It's- the first "itime we've had everything  in one area and -he open plan makes it-pbs-  siWe for us to help half a dozen kids at  ohee. It is more -_|fie (the <__ice environment. It's not distracting and it makes the  rest of the school look like a dungeon; The  janitors call it The Ohamebr of Commerce'  We're just not sure whether it's the bright  faces that make this such a bright wing  or (the bright wing that makes such bright  /  Pender Rtgh-Ligkts  faces.'   Mr. Sallis, a new teacher in thgjj}ra__-  ing Department, comes to us ____-��nDelta  High School in Ladner. He and his family  feel this area is a tremendous place. They  prefer it .here thaa .heir former residence.  Mr. Sallis, originally from Vancouver, said  he^would -never want to go <back -here.*-"He  'feels that the Mds.here are much easier  to get along with.  When asked about our colour system,  Mr. SaMis just said it was unusual- and to  leave it at that.  UN THE voSe(yba!l ganues played with  Brooks, Saturday the 28, the scores  -were: Senior 'Boys, Brooks 15, Pender 10.  Game 2 Brooks IS, Pender 7. Oame 3,  Brooks 15, Pender 14. Senior Girl?: Brooks  15, Pender ,7. Second game, Brooks 14,  Pender 16. Came" 3, Brooks 15, Pender 3.  Junior Boys: Brooks 14, Pender IB. Game  2, Brooks 35, Pender 11. Game 1, Brooks  3, Pender 15. Game 2, Brooks 15, Pender  10. _ra>me 3, Brooks 15,/Pender 1. Junior  Girls: Brooks 15, Pender 13. Game 2,  Brooks 9," Pender i!5. Games 3, 'Brooks 16,  Pender 4. [Mixed Group: Brooks 12, Pender OS. Game 2, Brooks 35, Pender 3. Game  3, -BrOofcs 15, Pender 11. Pender 15, Old  TwnerS 12. Game 2, Pender 15, Old Timers  9, Game b Brooks 05, Old Tamers 6. Game 2  Brooks 15, Old Timers 1, Game 1, Pender  13, Old Timers J5.  Our teaims didn't fare so well in the  games they played with Brooks and Vanan-  da1 at Brooks last Saturday Octobers. They  were beaten by both teams. Next games  we play I hope we get to even the score.  Tickets are (being sold for the Pender  Harbour Hospital Auxfliarly iratffle. First  prize is an electric grill, second is a mystery prize and third prize is a blanket.  Winner will be drawn at the carnival  October 25.  Oangratulatlons to Bursary and award  winnens Kathy (McKay, Terry Camerbn,  Fay Girard, and SaMy Duibois.   '  In order to raise momvy for the graduation, the Grad Club ds thinking of putting  on a show or holding a sale. Some ideas  . considered were: Soup sale, selling wreaths  or candles, a car wash, bottle' drive or a  Donna Vogglran  carnival.  Saturday September 28, was Bingo night  in Egmont. Winner of the jack pot was  Clifford Silvey. AM in all it was a' very good  night for the Silvey family as not only  Clifford but brother Robert, father Stan  and mother Dorothy also were winners..  The whole fa'mily were celebrating Dorothi.  and Stan's  anniversary.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 o.m. Church School  1 IsOO a.m. 2nd,, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1 st and 3rd Sundays  Services held regularly in  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For informatjon phone 885-9793  Every Wed,10 dm H. Communion St. Hilda's  BETHEL BAPTIST CHWRCM  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sunday School ���10:00 <���.__  Church Service ��� 11:15 o.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  Ypu are invited to ottend ony or ��ach service  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:Q0 a.m.  Chun_i 5erviee 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7.30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Dovia Coy flood ond Arfcutui  (2 Modes up from Highway)  ��� _��� -    " _     > -,*J^- . *   ���    -  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGIO  CUDDLY   toy   nnd   nilnlatiiic  ���P<K)dlo    fnifTrit'H    fnun    J^'.i  Alio   IVwdic   cllppln,':   y.V.   Trie  HC72-45 Jditcos.   J'h.1 JB��5-_��797.       W7W-*S  SECGtIELT A-aB-CBES ��ATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of 3ECHE..T AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space Is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannot always carry full details.  mwmmmmmmmmmmMimm  ���BMBEmmmm  Thar* or* Hir���� mUllo* p*opl��  arctmd Ih* woild tmAay ��_M b*.  Bmvm fhot fha Pfrtdcafloii of manWnd  b th* will of God for our ap*. P\ty  FmtXvtpt PaWI b tAim*. ymm mrm  foobbg *or-  tDHA M, fOOTI  805-2080, Smctttit, D.C.  r^.  l  Oct. 17���1 p.m. Legion Hall/Secbelt. O.A.P.O. General meeting.  Oct. 18���10 am-12 noon. Christian Education Centre, Gibsons. United  Church Thrift Sale.  Oct. 19���8:30 p.m, Roberts Creek Legion Hall, l.O.O.F. sponsored social  evening and dance.  Oct. 21���8 p.m. Roberts Creek Scfhool. Parents Auxiliary meeting with  films.  Oct. 25���2 p.m. St. Aldon's Hall Roberts Creek. A.C.W. Fall Sale and  Toa. '  Oct. 26���7 p.m. Madeira Pork Community Hall. P.H. Hosp. Aux. Fall  Fair and Carnival.  Oct. 26���Sechelt Rod & Gun Club Hallowe'en Masquerade  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Servlco  Vancouver Real Estate  Coord  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  4  AGENCIES LTD.  ScchctJ 035-2161  24 HOURS  Gibsons 006-7015  . /  . t-7-inw V/rtf^-. ���"y-vr-v-T" VvHtT^*"  _C/L.w A. .^.-,-.v��3:.,-..  <��_;  ^._*^...��ir^__��C__^-.  M*.  <V. V  ^V(4**^'ia>-V"fy^*��* f^-V^f^-^V ���*"*�� i-"^  ��*��_ .^    if       ^  y\  Chamber suggestion  * .���  ___ v  set'sjp to'D_afce serious  in._tfa-io.3-_ 7 *n& 3  on 4he committee  lhe Secbelt Peninsula.  *   -i  ,     ���. 4.    ��   ,       ,   .      i r  "   - -.  ..il* '.v   '   . -X- i i���^- Y   '"r   .   ���"-   ^'^- J'-    .- 7-'"  ^X5^^ ��iv ob*te����adfj* *��.**: �� S^.^'^'a'm'.Mrf  &o?Snd SfSSifS? fib 2��       ��W--3_3or�� ttti vin_-_>^ *v ��tf   swatter ��o_rifa��* ttiftlpi* you  -'"     "     "   "    "-���"-���   sometiancsflwsefes'on#a<I. Asjnflliboai may  'arable property, and'j.i__-i,__ bridge vwilfl'  POSyELa. RIVER <__ai_3��r'<_: Commerce  suggests tbat Agamemnon Channel be  bti&ged, io join Sechelt Peninsula and Itfel-  soft Island, and ,��ov�����horteJi _&ry times  across.-Jervis Met/' .&? __5-ininuie shuttle  LW-UIMWIIH '^__.^^^^Bf��^Wp  \m$mM Holice  Did You Get Our Flyer?  Fantastic Buys!  i  VJHtlEFY LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  I  bfxatnm&taaamiwssMiHUvsJiUWK&rfcl&i  servuce from Telescope pass on Nelson  Island to Saltery Bay -would ie all the  ferty time required, ~        Y ;  In a brief to Premier TV- A.^C. .Etea-  nett, Powell Biver Cbajmber president __m  F^lpweattier listed Ms as one "of !t_e ito-  provtetments winch couid be made to Vancouver-PR ihighway.link.,. '  '��� .  First xecbmaneiid-tiOn for amproVetoent^  however, was for completion of the Port  MeUon-Squamisb road link, in order ]o  provide overload facilities and ^aH^idurs  access to Vancouver around Howe Souim..  As a second neccinmendation, the Chamber  suggested  improvement" of Highway  tinm St mt 'tosen* mahv _earal_. <__er 'used as a'rule *f lB,nw* ��flflj> to ��-��_-_��   somelianesflw&lsss'on*nd. A^atfooatmay^^^k j^  _^..Y.^^.f^er^s^_^xieYrYu^J^   not atavay_ accurate, but tte sun S$ a.3^7   &Mhaz&d-~m me\i>ot a storm sncckse-. Y^fe\mlt 'weels has seen manv defr  darin coloured disc an a s_dnt^_ttfc cfy   i&^y, tat %, e3Dperi$nc_;wBl be exto(m*Ir -'\JJ^II^1 ���:?r^_ *^J��*&_ n?Z  ' ���ftrom jpage A-l  Octobtsr 271iL lo a, dale  x. . Y  serve a great many people, not just Poiw-  elj; Biver," he jsaid, /   -; ;  ' In preWe to the brief, the chatml&er  said: ,���_/���- -*  '3L T?t(e Sechelt Pemnsula is in the mSdsl  of a seasonal population explosion.      ��� ;  2. Highway 101 ���on the Peninsula is m  capable, of accomiaodaling peak traffic  pattern <viz. ferry on-and-off4oading per-"  iods, especially during summer months).,.  All indications point to vast increases, in  Vancouver-Peninsula1 traffic.  5. Connecting traiflc with Earl Oove has  two alternatives, <a) to follow traffic flow  not always accurate, but the sun 5$ a^maii-;   test hazard���a'ad iride\o_t a'storm succfess'-.  ^3. tat the exped$n.<te wM he ex&xemely'^ttjMfitai. a.,!^ .-. .v_ ����*_ i* __,w  -_�� mor^g^a^. M *tt*g. 1|fl. . togg.�� A��' ffew, ����|. ^hysic^y ��i   |f ^SS3 to ^2fco?t S  morning, the old saying is de_d jaiccurate3< me^aiy,  It has tafoen up all tBgtit to beat <c_ur way / i wonder '4 *hese ;pe!opli& ."who' iaT__.*��  , around that playgrioimd of the 'WiesteMies:* v��aj��_ig a^way ,40 feajaw-fi-^o^ *iwaje ai*e  'Cape Mendocino, for _tfee day^the wjrtd 'Wny���iealy tooiv what they'^re up ag-  has screaaaed Not-meek, reaching a spiune- "ainst; I kriean "aseaily" know?      ,   - -  driving velocity,over ssriy-five knots. "Hie ' 'They wrast pick their weather carefully  J.01> on the Peninsula, witb widening'and *a?d mi*s ��oim����*ions or <b) to pass vehi-  jteai^teiiing_whfirem mecessary^ and_ ibe,   ^ ^?d piw/mote accidents,  "addition  of  passing" lanes   and  cdiirtesy  zones to allow ferry traffic to pass 'moving vehicles. "  Third recommendation was for the Agamemnon Channel bridge.' /  The Chamber asked that a feasibility  study committee, headed by !____ Isabel  Dawson and the Minister of Highways, be  ~"--^.-Basic-policy sbofild"be switched now"  from ferries to highways. Ferries should1  be supplementary to roads as roadsr are  a better long-term invesfmeni  One thing we all know about the speed  of light is that it gets here too early in the  morning.'  CRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  TASELLA SHOPP  Ladies' - Men's -Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  the Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite Hie High School - Gibsons  For Tolce Out Orders Phone 886-2433  .   Te&phoae 8S6-2069  HOSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  , dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Gran-view Are.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tarda end Drain Fields - Backhoe ond  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - fill and Road Gravel  1  -Pfeooe 885r9666.. Box> 172 - -Sechelt  iilMi    rT ^        1 *  1  r    "l V^.'Yii I,  M "  *  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C  Your OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins -Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home ond office  Kitchen Specialists  R. 8irkin, Beach Ave., Roberta Creek,  Phone 886-2551    "  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  Tailored Suits    by Drapeshire  Work and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Timex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine - Phone 886-2116  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower Pt., Stood  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phone 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gov't Licenced and Bonded  Serving tho  Sunvhino  Coast.  Offers security-  chock patrol to suit you.  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. ��85-9737 Banner Block, Sechelt  or  Ph.   883-2688,   Box 43,  Sechbft.   Gihsonf, B.C.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Morshall Wells  Dealeiship.  Phone 886-2442 - Gibsons- B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  '    GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment -Uank interest -  Ten years, to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  "'      - '     ��iaf-e#��2608 ��� ���*"<JyP^  When You Need" Building Supplies  Give Us A Gall.   FREE ESTIMATES   BOAT OWNERS  Consult Copt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibson. B.C. ���G36-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  BC>>VT0SAL��S  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt- Effective -(__.The Spot    ���  Service.  Coll 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 |4.m.  .'. Fully Insured  SUNSH*Nfe     Bernina & Omega  EWING       r ,    T -jL   _     .  ERVICE      Sales, Pfliftli, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Moria Hdvies - 885-9740  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-985?  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.    '  Residential - Carmrjercitrl  Industrial Wiling  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Honour  At t_o Sign of Htft Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Stc��. Fabricating ;��� Marin* Woyi  Automotive and Marino flepaim  Standord Marine Station       , Y  Phona OOiS-7721       Be*. 886-9956. 0B6-9326  C & S SALES  SECHELT, 8.C.  APPLIANCES - "HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS    '  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY-SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechelt B.C.   .  PERMANENT WAVES ��� Tltfas  HAIR CUT ��� 5TYLING ��� SHAPING  9 o.m, to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERJNG - RESTYUNG  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  ._-i->-*��.,si���� ^"TUE-^TOGeS&Y-: - '" - "\ -"-t %  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  i Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  EXCAVATIONS ,  Foundations -\tr^esreniidved  Clearing ond Road tJuilding ��  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPKINS���385-2132  BRICKLAYING   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  txperts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ,-_ Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  Phone 885:2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  wjnd scoops 'the "tops? 'off waves and drives  th. spray, Me itawir gravel, against the  wheeliouse wmd<iws,'The rigging plays "a  macabre symphony as the "wind ^uclss and  strums the aerials, gnys and Sfctalyards.  Y��t, it is not ssp ramch the wind as the  mountainous s'lweH. ^ 'driving doym iilong  the direction <r& ihe watod, that Shas ns doing^  a bare three Jtarts.' L��he 'tug .jcuses to _��"  top of a swell and you see a giant roller  charging down at you, it's crest tumbling  and .urling wjiite, likse finders oraiwllrig.  The vessel _jesitate!s at tbe peak, then  swoops down in violent roller coaster fashion, into a deep, vaUey-like trough-in front  of the oncoming, rolling mass of water, and  'before the l��ow can risfe, the swell catches  the tug in the trougla and collapses on it's  "prey  The -oredeok and Joidge jerupt an foaan-  ing, boiling, tumMiiig, wlute and green  ���water that crasheis against steal -wlJchoads^,  'bending and tearing, aid snatching away  anything poordy lashed' .town. Water cascades down ovfir the-wiheelhouse in a solid curtain from the sea tiaat has crashed  down, (breaking green, on Jhe monkey-island  The tug throws her head tip out of the  sea to rid herself of tons of water Jhat  spills across the decks, filling the scuppers  and overflowing rails and bulwarks,  *  .*   ��  Day after day she pitches, heaves,  jumps and rolls. All you can dp' is hang  on���hang on to anythingl Her motion is so  violent that sleep is imp&ssiMe at times.  When she drops into a trough, the upper  part of your body leaves the mattress entirely in tbe galley, soup leaves your  bowl, and the lid on the deep-freeze keeps  lifting, slamming against the bulkhead behind it, then slamming closed again.  Day in and day out you hang on to keep  being bounced off walls and tables. It is  an exhausting process! Every muscle in  your body as >put to work in opposing the  wild motion of the ship. Tempers soon  giow short and the never ending buffeting  you are taking 'becomes so annoying you  feel an uncontrollable urge to smash something  Bad  weather in a  SOD  foot deep-sea  ���ship is one thing, tout the same weather in  a 129 foot Img-boat is quite another!  At  times, the seas are so steep you haye to  press against the -wheelhouse windows and  look Mp to see the white, ^thing crest of  a wave about to crash down on you.  *  *  *  Being constantly subjected to this violent motion t^nds to jmake one look upon  then watch at closely, as^i their life defends on- it���which it does! For the infex- '  jaerieneed yachtsman ,to attempt iin -___ro  crossing without finst delving into ihe intricacies involved is sheer folly. He might  just as weel jump off a bridge���the end  result will undoubtedly be the same.  *  j.   i.  "ftjiist taJjes a_ month back at sea for  my "enthusiasm for foreign voyages in  small boats to wane. But the seaman's  corejall for -what ails him is simply? times  ashore and a good night's sleep. So 1 daresay, after a month ashore, away tfrom the  violence cf the North Pacific, I will have  forgotten the steaaning cujp^ aif cofifee 1.  spiHed On myself when thfe1 deck disap-  j*j__p_Jd from xittilpr'" .iny'feet,,'and get all  fired up to feel any 'oeeati 'transit ,iip. a'  pleasure craft is feasible���even to the extent of trying it jtayiSeflt . -.   ,  gfeyferal .large gilts i as Swell as numerous  d-fina^onej. have been received. The direc-  tois- ��jspisess 4heir ap>iifi��iatii.n and hope  ihat getor6i_s r^onse- will ctfa'tinue to meet  thfe "great nied., Every one *an assist this  w&%lfy.ean$:  _$_|^esen't#��v!es, of various local ladies'  gjtoiips an'el '-at the home" of Mrs. Sam i>2we  a��d ejsjfressed willingness to assist in different avenues of service. They will assist  the lady directors with the drapes for the  luaits'and in a number of other ways. Plans  for garden spots was (suggested for one  of the im'pi'oyements.  IW-MOrariA-iofi will ibe given  shortly  about the cIEcUd openings and it is expec-  - ted- 4haf the JHonprable Isobel Dawson .vill  ha on hand to 'declare the units open.  CHlRQPRAtTlC Off ICE  Post *0ffipa &1&&.,r Sechelr - Phone 685-_333  -". WEOl-ESDAY.--12 'noon-5:00 pxn.  W^rfrjes^pys olftfer 5'.Qtl pm. by appointment  .     SAlilRQAY���-2 pirn, to 5:00 p.tn.  BffWJ*  tm %m  Iffoa��$  1��C1IS�� S  aasaN  Ilia Cdisl Brydemner  iMWiie��__mKa_r__aH^^  WITHAf-l  AUTOE^ATSC WASHES.  AMD CLOTHES DP.YER  DINNER SERVED  'EVSfiy FRIDAY AND  SATUStDAY -VEN1NGS  TILli MIDNIGHT"  mm  Halfrnoon Bay, B.C.  Tel: 885-9927  PRESERVATIONS PLEASE^  Need a Washer-Dryer!  ^^.PPTH. See Your    *  ZENITH Dealer In Gibsons.  (A Maisha!! W.Hs Store)  Your Authorized  ZENITH AUTOMATIC WASHER  AMD DRYER DEALER  in GIBSONS.  ISIBSONS HMPWARE (1966) LID.  R. H. (BOB) CARRUTHERS  Oil Stpvcs ond Heater-  Cleaned and Serviced  Port Mellon to Earl's Cove  Fnono  54'  Sechelt���485-9654  i   CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Haifcoyr - 883-2403  PLUMBING REPAIRS  Installing Fixtures  Free estimates - Phone anytime  GEO. FAWi.ES  885-2100 - Sechelt, B.C.  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C, Land Surycyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R. 1 Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  OPIFEIIENC  1968  POWELL  RIVER  GUEST SPEAKERS:  Mr. Wm. Marchak - Professor E. Gibson - Doctor C^ Gregory, M.BV Ch.B.  PROBLEM:  What do we consider to. be the "Realistic Objectives" of Education?  PROGRAM���FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1968  Admission Free  'i ���  Max Cameron Auditorium - 8;00 p.m.  Opening Remarks and Introduction of  Speakers���LMr. Wm. Jones (thaiinman)  PROGRAM���SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1968  Regitfratlon Fee���$1.00 t- tttudenhi, wiHi cord*���free  REGISTRATION ...  \GROUP DISCUSSIONS ................  o.m.  o.m.  a.m.  -.,.  9;00   .. .... 9:30���10:30  COFFEE BREAK   1 ..._.���. _  .......10:30���10:45  GROUP DISCUSSIONS (conllnued) ...���...���. 10:45���12;00 noon  GENERAL SESSION  GROUP CHAIRMEN'S REPORT : ._.. '.,...  1:30��� 2:30 p.m.  GENERAL DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS... 2:30��� 4:00 p.m.  CHAIRMAN'S CLOSING REMARKS  CLIP  AND  MAIL  "~j  ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORM  -p'LteAste Mail to-, mr. j. trombuy  69U 0Grt��ftf>y *free. Powell River, B.C.  NAME  ADDRESS  PiJEASE CHECK���  $ | .00 Reglslrallon Fco enclosed Q        Student Registration Q Free with student cord  Reglstrotlon also occepted ot the following���Wlldwood: M&M Sv>perette; Powell River: Ken's  Clothe* Closet; Cranberry. Bosa & Mitchell; Wektview; WiJllnodon Furnlturti.  CUP  AND  MAIL  ii_M^___,j,Jii_!ai_.w-'_, ._r.^_._: j  THUR., 0Ci\ 17  through  SA?., OCT. 26  G30SONS, D.C.  fhtmt 6S6-2234  Pfiarimace-iticat ChemSsts &, ��rugetota  SftlHEiT, B.C.  885-223_  ��T|fl(*lf��1��WWlfW��������^^lWi��lfM^f^ .r- ' I   ' _   .      . I ' _��� ���*���' ���*!.__! J.  - "'.   ;  V'1   '��� ' '  _________-l_- i^-   .  l*agfiA-4  "..i*  Tite'PenlnsuJa-timea "t   V/ednesdioy, ��cffober 16/1968  CANADA CH0/C&.- CANADA GOOD BEEF AT SHOP-EASY!  i- V . ��� i1' '   '        ���   ' > '  -"Y-  Pleasant Atmosphere  This bection of the new   Peninsula    the  Peninsula    Tiled dancing area last Vaturdd} night as guests to the [>*  Dining Room gi\ea some idea of the    in the centre is surrounded b> attiac- Sunshine ( oast Lions annual Steak- ^5"!  laige and plea��ant new  addition to   tive red carpet   Picluie was taken In weie arming  f^WMWfM  CHUCK  POtJftS��  jl&:  GROSS R1E  ROAST  SHORT  RIBS -  I   -*f *0   ^^^__i ^w^ y^ ^HHHMe   oil  CHUCBCWAGON  STEAfCS  lb.  ERISKifr POifMT  ROAST lb.  GROUND SHOULDER  STEAK  ���lb.  PLATE  BOILING BEEF  LB.  Willing helpers  Four membei . of tlie Sunshine ("oast   appeal    to   be   thoroughh   enjojin^    makei     llan>    Gie^orv    and   Don  Lions flubpiepaiin^ tlie .limmings    their work From left  Ench Hensch     Chapptll  foi anothti populai annual Steak-in   Chairman of the e\ent Tom  Wage-  r^i..-_.,, -__- - ___. .__-     __.���  y_4\    '  t   '   _  &&!l  �����<___  t.  TOMATO JUICE  HEINZ  48 oz. tin  'Fa  3ri_^8L  ���       ���* .__ - ....__.._��__-____..      s_    �����'  7 *  .���-JL;  "   V    "<    *  /  ���- V.     i -n      f  fe^^^&*G2'\ gH;Bleach  ���BB  PANCAICI MIX      !  DAD'S COOKIES  1  Ib. pkgs.  Assorted Varieties  AUNT JEMIMA  3 Varieties. 3 Ib. pkg.  ii^iiiiii^MBSiitmiaKKxmaiiaKKimfm  PACIFIC MILK  EVAPORATED  Tall Tins   BATHROOM TISSUE  SCOTT  Assorted  ISTAN? COFFEE.  MAXWELL HOUSE  Special Offer. 10 oz. jar  Squormgly Yours  Dining Room Staff  Happy in their work and all set to  hand out what appear to be slightly  underdone  steaks "members  of the  ���by Maurice Hemstreet    Sunshine c^ Ums held toeir an.  \VEI4_! here it is  Saturday night, quite nual Steak-in this year in the large  early and we are having coffee at home. Peninsula Dining Room and served  What happened at St. HildaV Hall? Well, ab    t ohe hundred and fifty 'happy  if you add up nothing and nothing you get ,.            _         ..  ..     T    .      Jn    rr,r  a zero. Oh well we tried, or shofajd fait. dinerp.  .From  Mt;   Iryine   Benner,  read "cried". Larry Goeson,  Terry  Rodway,  Dr.  ���,.',,           .. ..          . Eric  Paetkau,  Pres. Ted Farewell  from  Silver  Sands  to  square  dance   out    ciardan Walil  we  couldn't   square   a   set,   however,   all    "Ofuon wail.  was not lost. Bob told me that on Monday, '  Oct 7, the Legion Hall at Madeira Park a yawn is nature's way of kttjng mar-  was just a jumping with 33-young square     ried men open itheir mouths.  dancers aboard. That's four sets plus one ��� ������ ,   and he also said that if any other Jfids  would like to get into the square dances  picture they should join within thc next  two Mondays. J.,v the time you read tills  there will only be one Monday left that  you 'will be allowed to'^oln unless you have  been home sick for a while or a newcomer  to lhe area. Imagine four sets on a first  night? Happy  square dancing, Bob.  The next square dance will be at the  Hopkins Hall with the Gibsons Squarenaders on Sat. night, Oct, 35) at 8:30 p.m.  Well, 1 must get along but let me leave  you with this thought in mind, There arc  more ways than one to skin a.,.cat but  whichever way you do it the cat isn't going  to like It.  Important Police  Did You Get Our Flyer?  Fantastic Buys!  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" -The wren that Stew into my lodge _*-  cenffly was an old acquaintance; that it  was the first time she had perched on my  shoulder imerely showed .that our acquaintance had ripened to a degree that made  her as (UttOe afraid of me as I was Of her  and in any case as one of-the smaller  kind ol the two ifound here, fhe Western  Winter Wren is the most' self-possessed  fcnd the most ��oimpetent to take care of  herself off all1 birds. Perhaps that is why  she carries taer tail ap ihat erect and very  saucy attitude!   .  She. found the moment favourable _or  paying atteemtfion io her hair-do, as ��t  were, and proceeded to ffluSf ap her feathers prior to cqanttnng them down neatly  with her beak, quite indifferent, to my admiration. A anirror for her to see the effect in would have been the climax to the  incident but she ffliew over to the window  sill to hunt for dead flies and other sad  evidence of masculine housekeeping, moving nimbly amongst my rock- specimens  without  d_stuiiban.ce.  Having policed the place thoroughly for  tidbits, out she went the- way she came  in. This wren is so exactly like those of  Britain that geologists use her as additional proof of the former existance cf a  land-bridge between Europe ami America,  of which the surviving Islands were then  lhe high points-a great responsibility for  a little bird less in weight than my thumb!  i Robins also come in at times, but where  the wren arrives casually on her rounds,  they bluder in by chance, panic at once  ���-t��y A. J, C.  anil dash;, wildly at Ithe windows/unable to  understand that the way in would also let  them out. When I had a cat it was. pf ten a  race between us to' see if I could save the  bird from fang and claw or not-but If  usually won,  ' With no intention of belittling a friendly  hard that stays with us ihe latest of all in  Autuimo and returns first to bring us hope  of another Spring, I am afraid it is necessary to confess (that the rcaagrant thrush  called robin is not quite bright, of which  I could report much evidence. But he is  as made and today he is all that is left  of the isummer birds that nested with us  with the exception of a few catcher tribe  that are still finding good hunting and are easily identified by  the wide gape of their beaks-so useful in  their feeding methods! AE. others except  our winter companions have heeded ithe  call of ''Southward Ho". ��� Y  As for the 3x_��ns, the parent MrdiYare  moulting as shown by the wing feathers  that 1 pick up. Elight being vital to;,birds,  Natural Law that rules all, ordains1 that  they should lose feathers and renew them  a few at a time and without losing all power of flight. When their new plumage is  complete Ihey will take the southward  course, following the orderly flights of  geese 'that will have passed over by then  But we will not be left without company  for .many birds see it through with us. What  would winter be without the towhees talking to one another with their mewing call'  notes? Or tapping on the door for a dole  after a snowfall?  The habit of moving with th�� season  affects humans too. In addition to noting  the ways of birds I find that some friends  are already becoming restless as the rains  become colder and the grass white with  frost in the morning. The reason is that  old age lowers our resistance to the cold.  HlSULA  Section B  Wednesday,October lo, 1968  Sir John JL  <L  r  i  rMmmzMiym'Mm'miHMMMmi/BMMZim  wMkmwimmmm*  Served in  M CANADA'S 101 years as a naiSon 35"  men have presided1 over her destinies in t  the most powerful of offices--*that of Prittne  Minister.  With' the belief that it as of importance to  students. The Times embarks today on as ���  "historical" series that will, from week to  week, briefly tell the story of the personalities who led the nation.  For the purpose of introductory remarks  it must be borne in mind that in a democratic system, such, as Canada enjoys, no  man has .absolute power. A Prime Minister  must govern' according to the constitution.  He must have the approval of Parliament  and he must face the ultimate verdict of  the' citizens and voters.  -In Parliament the Prime Minister has  the prestige of his unique position. He  commands the greatest respect . because he holds the office many  men fear. He faces the hardest attacks any  one man can endure and finds little or no ���  escape from the responsibility for what  his government does.  The 05 men who guided Canada are profound and distinct in history. As Sir John  A. Macdonald happened to be Canada'^ ���  first  Prime   Minister,  it is  only  appro^f  priate that we begin in the  series with;  him.  THE OLD MAN-SIR JOHN  They ca'lled him affectionately "Sir John  Deplores heeze  ���  !  SSSSBS  jHtgfgawi  hfgprfeif lotici  Did You _3ef Our Flyer?  Fantastic Buys!  CAMPBELL'S  VAUIETY LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  fa�������_i^^  , or "the Old Man*'. Btor no Prime  |_-_nister has been closer to the Canadian  fpeople than Sir John A- MacdonaTii, the  flirst Prime Minister of the new nation.  Though working card, and giving strong  leadership, he remained -very human and  could lighten an^ occasion with a touch of  original humor. He would even joke about  his very big nose. A friend once saw him  being shaved, the barber holding his nose  between thumb and forefinger. He remarked that the barber was probably the only  man who would dare to take him by the  nose. Sir John A. at once replied,, "And  even he has his hands full!"  No other Prime Minister can ever occupy a iplace so important in Canadian  history. He was not only one of the princi.  pal influences in forming the. ^Canadian  nation in 1867- he molded and developed  it, a_ Prime Minister, for.nearly-ig Hat its  first 24 years. '>"''���'���  At first Canada comprised only.  provinces-^Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Sir John A. persuaded remote British Oolaimbia to join in  1W1, and Prince Edward island in 1873. He  formed the new province of Manitoba in  1870, and secured for Canada's future the  vast region from which Alberta and Saskatchewan were to be formed' in the  Twentieth Century. He bound the huge  country together by actively supporting the  ��� cons-ruction of the Canadian Pacific Bail-  way.  The "Old Man" died in office in 1891,  Prime Minister to the end.  i  3  3  I  i  OPEN MONDAY TO THURSDAY  HjOO a.m. to Midnight  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  11 o.m. to 2 o.m.  CHINESE FOOD DELIVERY BY CAB  from ,5 p.m. to 11:30 Doily  Catering Service for Private Home Parties.  PHONE  iiHINSULA DttWE-ifi  I    SECHELT, B.C.  Dial 885-2311  ly_f_y_��y_y___^^^  OtltE  Doctor of Optometry  , *  204 Voneouyef~Sfoc&' ���  .rs^fl  ;, -V��B��BO___i_V/4i.3__^?^"  Will be in Sechelt  0nd��y, Oct. 21fh  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  THE PKESiEDEiNT of the B.C. Teachers'  Federation has expressed full support  for the B.C. School Trustees Association  in its censure of the provincial government  for failing to lift the freeze on school construction.  . Tom Hutchinson said the implications  of the freeze were recognized last Easter  by the teachers when they decided to assess each member $3 to pay for an informational campaign to inform the public on  the efllects of government education finance policies.  "We have been attempting ever since  then to let the public know of the implications of the freeze and we heartily commend the action of the trustees," he said.  Hutchison said also that be was pleased  to learn that the provincial government  had released $422,000 to permit the Coquitiam School Board to buy school sites.  ^^^^P^M^^J^%Y-P^^-  ^hejs'and iE__e> sd^rfc-��*Srhad to involve  public pressure to bring the government  Attention to an obvious educational neel.  '^Educational needs should not have to  depend on people getting so aroused that  they are comipeled to hold public protest  meetings."  "Students shouldn't have to go on strike  to demonstrate the need for a school gymnasium. They have a right to the same  educational facilities as all other students  in the province," he said.  Hutchinson said the BCTF intends to  keep on with its informational campaign  which will climax in the weeks preceding  the next provincial election.  "'The Federation will assist local teacher associations throughout the province in  publicizing local problems, just as it-assisted the Coquitiam teachers in their campaign," Hutchinson said.  CaHMTiG QUI HIST HIIYEIMRY  WE HAVE COMPLETED OUR FIRST YEAR  BUSINESS IN SECHELT . . .  In appreciation of your  support  we offer  Treasure    Chest  contents  free  to  person who  guesses its  value. Just  drop in, you *  do not have  to make a  purchase  to enter.  (1) Only one  guess per day.  (2) Articles  must not be  touched.  (3) A simple  question will  be deciding  factor in  event of a tie.  By Times  Editor  Doug Wheeler.  i  Contest Ends October 26 ot 5:30 p.m.  tentfg$jfoir$  IN  TotidY Drfgotis  ChiB-iren ansi  Infants Wear  Lades' Sports  Wear  Phone 886-9994  i  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  .   Sunnfcrest  , Mm  Phone 886-9962  The Service Station  wSth everything for  tbe Motorfiff  CASH YOUR FAMILY  ALLOWANCE CHEQUE  AT ANY SUNNYCREST  STORES AND A FREE  ENTRY GOES INTO  THE DRUM FOR OUR  MONTHLY $50 DRAW  One $30 and Two $10  Winners.  J  Our popular monthly  Family Allowance Draw  How gives you a better chance to  win. We give 3 prizes each month  One $30 and Two $10  Winners announced monthly.  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  Phone 886-2624  MEDftM  ELECM LID.  Phone  SUP^fALU  Buy Better  Save More  "ggggMgriggmgffffmmm  Phono 886-2424  jfpumi���t  D. G. DOUGLAS  Variety and1  Paints  //  'Anything You  Want We Have  Phone 886-2615  ES  //  .  Irtas@ Drygs Ltd.  Phone 886-2726  On the Sunnycrest  Pfaxa for your  Shopping Pleasure  Charles English  Lirnited  Heal Estate  and! Insurance  Phono 886-2481  ^^y^l^  S  Q)     n  U/b uUL  ���  lull moon Bay ��� -&     Phone 885-9927     ik '   Reservations  hjttypspaw^^  m^m0^^^m$^mm^M^mwmM^mm^^^0>  if����M^ffpJ  y^JZfflggl^  .  ,      ^1>,||I.���..��-I' lr^��W(.*.���*B ,4^*.,^  mrff*,**^ �����. i,��fr*irt.-d!��*t*!��h"  ,., f^y ���riH^ww^v^y-w^rlP**^^ ' ^f^j^rf^ff^^  w.^tm4,*4*>m4>,*m'm><**^0*4����*4*^^ "iw> ^^i-'V^v G-  Page 8-2    r .  . .. Wednesday  Isabel  ���from the Legftlfttu ^ WtoHa  XHJRIN-r the J$��50's the province oi British  Columbia has led the country in'recorded economic adyari_eiQ��ftt-_ C_n44&VfcC��*  nomte council has fated i_e province _s  having "sustained the most toddy--Jbbfcea  economic expansion of all regions". - Remarkably, the prospects for fiurifett advances in most areas appear virtually Jin* ,  limited.  Population growth has .paralleled e&K  nomic expansion. Since "1980 the province  has recorded the highest pojMH-t-fc>_.'grdwth  in Canada, and is. now estimated ��t  2,0C2,000. -  -  The province's labour force has also recorded the fastest growth jn Canada, with  salaries and wages showing isimilar trends.  The high level ofwatesphis *&& fact Bri"  tish .Cojumbia, h^s Canada's highest personal "ineoine i>er-elhi>loyed person reflects  the high (productivity per . worker in tbe  province.  Forest-industry production and expansion has been the mainstay of the growth  of British Columbia's ec7��n&��y. Wood industries, particularly sawMiling, (have historically been the in&st important segment  of the forest economy; however, sitae 1B80  the greatest relative gains have "been re-  cored in the pulp ahd paper sector.    ^  Mineral pcoducUion h#s increased in  value every year in this decade. Copper,  lead and zinc have historically made the  greatest contribution. HoWever, during the  1980's crude oil, natural gas and anolyh-  denuim have come to greater prominence.  A very optimistic outlook _s held for British Columbia's mining indixstry, based largely on high levels of��cai__al investment,  the ready market in Japan for many minerals and technological advances in the industry that maikes it iwssiible to utilize  ore-bodies previously considered uneconomic.  Farm cash receipts have advanced  steadily in (this decade to a 1967 level of  $195,800,000, while cdimmercial fisheries  marketed products valued at $99.8 million  for the same year.  The selling value; of factory shipments  has increased 64 per cent since I960. Saw-  milling, pulp and paper, petroleum products, non-ferrous metal smelting and refining, veneer and plywood production and  food-processing are leading the manufacturing scene.  The growth in commerce through British Columbia customs ports reflects both  the economic growth of the province as  well as the prosperity of the prairie provinces. The increasing volume of Cana*  dian products that is being marketed  through the province wil be accentuated  when the Roberts bank super-port is completed.  A review of British XJolumlhia's economy  reveals tourism to he one of the province's  most rapidly expanding industries. The  improveimefllt and expansion of pjrovSn-  cial highways and accomodation facilities  and the extended provincial car-ferry service have played important roles in this  ODIWAJOpot Sports Cluh was top lady  jbawiter wjh a 7_�� seoes and n- 3$* ?__*-'  ^e.YPick *y?ise of Sechelt eomm&citf.  leads- ihj. men with a 313 total..      P.   .'  lidies- Tuesday; Esther JBe^���fi3ft. -1  indies Wednesday::Eleanor &tiit-&2  -Ell); J&an Robinson���853; SJgry HSnder-  59h-i8ii7/ ���    '    ' : '   <  : ���  ' ... . '  Periderm fiiU Cam?ren->m.-    ^   Y    "  Ball..tfpGtialn*.  Date t BUddKui.ass^-250;  ���.*)*. t_*J4_^_"(VN^_.-*  Sechelt Bowlit^Pliines  lj.  Susan Jorgenson���313 (182).  -. Sports Club; \Phil Jpe^-SS?; Gtett-Kxaus  ���S14; Donna Jojz~f& <3��8); Team-, Hi 3,  Smckers���2.59; Team i& 5 90 ctrs���Q9_,  __jSed._dt, Commercial: Sean McKenzie-^-  -*SS (311), Dlck1/?&e--7l3, .Cauleen MeCraJg  -rSE5. (309); ten \ox-rffiB; Hoy itot&on���  ���71;. Or* iMQScrips-680... _  Trouifte' vfriw.~_nA>__- -____ts- it that' not  Katifr ;Hail-��57i ttan JacksMi-^i (278)'.   everyone has thy safoe size faifetet _;  ___i>ii��rs_      TC___,*_i      Kntnirttr 9Sn'" "littt\- - ������ -    . *   ' 7.' ^T1 _Yll  iisry,  , Jtiwors;    Eaten . Spencer���291  Gte\g Jtodway-aC2 (143). -   -     -  Sfenlprs;  Scojlt Hsndefcscn -m��  (_SK)  im); Bob Benner ���225; Brad WanZztz;  HsaM^sea3K^M*^M^^^.'i!i%^^  .'S&J5B?  Important M  Did You Get Our Flyer?  Fantastic Suys!  ca^pbMlvb  VAMtWy &&.  Sechelt, B.C.  i  Low Heat, high wst?  feiiAit ��ugj?ij''i-ill' 'li.JJ. _.�� "      i M  Wt-iJi - 'h* rlr" si  S_ilv4tethr^V  \  STANDARD  III -ft.1  I.III   ���   nN .   w ���       t       I  Low 'monthly terms on*a  hew furnace-with our Oil  Heating ��quipme_t Finance  Plan, .  CALtYOUBSTANDABDOIL MAN  G. H. (Seriy) MocDoi^old  ,  Wilson Ck, Sechelt 8B5-9332 j  'Standard Oil Company of B.C.  - -_i --'umimimmm"    ^"^  '        "'. '   Y ; > . V" ' Glbsoiis Charoors * *      *  dary between British and American term- _,..-���..,        .    . .-YL.      ,    .,. _,.-.    Ai_.-"      ^_       tw    ��       j  tories arose, and in lsi^the 49th paraiei, Sporting ^&ff   blue   jeriseys .wiHi   dour to Ol^en;   Pan  Price  sjkJ  fiytm Pacific io;iBockymountain was set as white trJan"-3afeBOri]s' new division five    epaph   Kirk. -'HiQmaS.   Fpont;   Bob  growth        __  One of the naajiw J_or^;js#st^��^;^^  noanic growth hits' ':Sw-��yt__��^a��livily 'ftS^"v'^'ui^fejr-d_t'%roi^^^  sted by construction of the massive Peace  River and Columbia River Hydro-electric  projects. The W. A. C. Bennett daih, one  of the largest of its type in ihe.worid, will  provide 2,300,000 kilowatts of electrical energy. Combined with the three Columibia  river treaty dams, and province-wide transmission grids, these projects will in total  account for investment in excess of $1,000  itaillion.  All things considered, a contribution of  economic expansion in British Columbia Is  assured.  such.  Official <��mmencement of British rule  occurred id 1849-1850 when "Fort Victoria  wa�� established as a crown colony and  Richard Blanshard assumed office as Governor of th��-,colony of Vancouver Island.  Following the gold rush along the Fraser  and its tributaries in 3)858, with its subsequent' influx & ipeole, mainland and 'Island  colonies united.  A few years later, in 1871, British Columbia became Canada's sixth province,  on condition that a rail link be 'built to join  east and west. When Donald A. Smith drove  the .goldfe-n spike at Craigellachie in 1885  this condition was fulfilled.  By 19(.o British .Cklumpa's population  had passed 170,000. The completion of the  pahauha canal in 1935 provided the province with vastly increased1 markets.  Surviving wars and depressions, British  Columbia continued to (grow, making spec-  -tacular gains in foreign markets for forestry products, minerals and manufactured  ���goods.  Particula-iy. in^ithe last decade a viable  economic ibase bajs: beenrestablished and'is  expanding   continuously.  The ^Province's people are scattered  over 10 maijor are&Ywith-the--Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island accounting for  over 70 per cent of the total.  More than 80 per cent.of the population things done". He could have said "the  resides in organized anpas that include f00^ who rush in where wise men never  cities, town, villages and district municipal- an" m if "m" nrafa^ "��.^_^o mQ_ ��* .w-__-  ities.  A' breaikdownxi$. age groups  shows  a  team ife OiBsoii chairger^ fprijaed tiaird;. Jim BJortison; Cary Bjorn-  thrc-igb t^e 'efforts o�� Gibsons Afale- son; \ Ken B\icfele^ Jam Wireh^ ^nd  tic Club, woe-lip f��r The Times photo- Bruce Crfeen. Team is also coached  grapher- -They ate, Back Row, irom by John Ayris, vic^ principal of Glib-  left: Chris^ Rouse, Derek Holland', sons Elementary School. As a team  Manager Ron West; Tr,aey Galiier; they are~xeported-to-be*-getting- into  John Krase* ^ed Humer Cnris Sfied- full stride.  A PROFESSbk.Jjom the University. of  Colorado has jus�� coined a new vyord.  The word is "Copemanship"J and the definition -of this .somewhat pompous and un-  wielcfly addition to;4_he English languaige  is "the ability to .cope with problems".  (Whatever happened to the old-fashioned  word "Wisdom"?)   .  '���-��������� "Copemanship"j according to (the pro;  fessor, consists of two parts: 1, how much  you know, and 2, how you use your knowledge.  The professor is concerned with the lack  of "copeinanis'hip" in our society, ahd he  divides into two categories those.who lack  this important duality,      ' ^p''"(���:  In the first group, he explains, are "the  ignorant who rush blindly forward and ��et  |i��3__a��a^fi,^ln  ie;,:<_fier dndLci  fee scale the over 80'_ show a slight in-  ereaise. These Endings are phased on a five  year span. ���'**  Like the- rest of-Canada,- British XMuim-  bia's under-30 group accounts for more  than half the population.  Our,s is a very young province, not only  in history and population, but most important of all���in outlook.  Gas Bine icing?  go", or if you prefer, "where men of copfe-  manship never '��o."  In ^ihe second"* .Sroup are1 "those who  "  1 fmf in .. V..inuii7 i_i'ftiii"n nii.Mi.JfT.ijTjii" v  '  Although Captain James Cook's arrival  on the west coast was preceded by several  explorations, he was tfie first to set foot  on the territory known as, British Colum-  ibia. The year was 1778 and waB to mark  the beginning of British Columbia's rapid  development.  Cook's initiation of the fur trade was to  lead to increased commercial exploration.  Shortly thereafter, in 1792, Captain Ceorge  Vancouver arrived to establish British dom-  inence over the coast.  Tieing coast to interior, Alexander Mc-  Kenzic made his famous journey overland  the following year. ,Jliis accomplishment triggered further- explorations of Lakes and  rivers, and soon Simon Eraser was descending lhe treacherous river that bears his  name. Ills' danger-frought trip ended in  disapjwintment when he dlscoveed the river was not the Columbia whose headwaters  he had Bought.  Other explorers, among them (David  Thompson and various north west and  Hudson Bay company people opened up  the country  still further.  Soon the  necessity of detfihing a boun-  End winter engine stalling  with CHEVRON FfiOST-BAN  Motor Fuel Ice Preventive.  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   H.   (Gcriy)  MacDonald  Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332  'Standard OH Company of B.C,  ���by Maty Gross  have the .snowlfedge, but don't act oh il"  To put it ainother way, we have the ig- -  norant fools, and the educated fools. As  there are more educated people in the  world than ever before, it seems reasonable to assume that 'there are more educated fools. However, as I see it, there is little  or no choice between ithe two groups.  But this is -where the professor delivers  what appears to. be, at first .glance, a startling statement. At second glaince���an illogical one. Having gone to great lengths  to make it perfectly clear to tts that each  of these groups is equally stupid, because  each group lacks one of the essential  :Jngredients of "copemanship", the pro-  %)��spr suites, "It is aWkwald for a professor to announce himself in favour of ignorance hut etc., etc.  Where no choice exists,  the professor  has chosen the a^nojnaot fool.    '  if I may beperimitted one simple three-  Jfetter-w6rd,'%by''? ������' |  fochett Ikmlm  ���PRESENTS���  CHARLTON HESTON  as  \  /#WSII Penny"  .   ALSO STARRING  Lee Majors/ Joan Hackett  Cartoon  Technicolor - Cinemascope  Starts 8 p.m. Ouft 10 p.m.  Friday. Sat., Mon.,  October 18, 19 and 21  WITH AM  AUTO^^TiC WASHIEP3  AMD ��LOTE-3ES OP5VER  For your Automatic Wdstier  and Clothes Dryer  IT'S FRIG1DA1RI:  i  See ypur Authorized FRIGIDAIRE  Dealer in Gibsons/ with GMAC  Time Payment /Plan.  cieiil Spotting Goods  ON THE WHAnF AT GIBSONS  Phone 086-9600  I  ��s~-  -���**  .1  Ju*t _ ko  'Times" AdBriofi  will ��cll . buy - rent  trade.  as  Our  Book Su|  not yet complete  V^ c;J fQt  m  ���   ���   ��  Cold, 0lu@@lsli starts?  "7* Uf laaflM  Chevron Starting Fluid starts  engines In seconds, even 6*  50* below zero.  G35-S354  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   H.   (Gerry)   MacDonald  Wilton Ck, Sechelt 005-93321  ���SU"*!*"* OH Camrmny o< O.C.  are arriving tonfinually.  Already a tremcaidoMs selection. ";'  *?**��*?m2**r  *ANY QUAUTY%! Of CM,.*  'ttxH ' **��* PZ **�� Q"lD��fN*  ll  I  )t 11  '��� i ' /     ��� . '     '   ' '     >      H   v     '     *     /        r '        V v        '    '   ���><   Y'''�� Y �� ' ' . 1 ' ' J '      t       ,  -     '  V  ��;  :'-_��  Y_._,_lYY^^Y_,i^.r  i^w^^^w'i^V^Jif^^S^1^^^*' V ^<|^������l%iI^^Y^^sY  The Peninsula Times' Page B-3  Wednesday, October 16, 1968  Paul St. Pierre  ���Letter from Parliament Hill  ST IS NOT ior new Memibers of 'Parliament to ��03tnip|lainv afbout its workings or  make such imkind suggestions as that the  institution is 'so slaw that, it couldn't fail  C-I a .___ in a hurry.  For one' thing, democracy involves a  certain amount of ineffiiciency Jby Its nature. The slowness of the ma.hinery is  part of the price we pay lor protection of  citizens* rights. However, almost, all the  older, experienced members of the House  appear to be in agreement that present  parliamentary rules are quite inefficient-  inefficient beyond any excuse.  Stanley Kmowles of Winnipeg North-  Centre is one of those, who so speak.' Let  tis give'-Mm "easy* for- be is a veteran of  the House. A lean grey man of ever-dolo-  ���rousi countenance, a non-smoker and; non-  drinker, a- man who, it is said, has built  his life around the institution, Mt. Knowles  is one of- the most highly respected -MPs.  He was speaking to the House in committee of supply. This committee of the whole  .House is, presumably,, exaimdning the government's estimated of expenditure preparatory to approving interim supply of  money.  to fact, thte-re is very ItHe examination  of the estimates. (Members unburden themselves of general comments upon general  government poUicies. ��M time of writing,  one of Mr. Knowles^ New Democratic Par  I Secheti Wews Moteis^  .T_  . <x  Y7T  _ras_i__��  Big heat bills?  ATTENDING the annual RCMP Ball held "orders for- the beaniaM Candy Christmas  in the B.C. Batoodm of >the Hotel Van-    wreaths being made by Seehelt Hospital  ���couver last Fnidav were Magistrate and   Auxiliary. Orders may be placed with Mrs.  $     Mrs, Charles Mittels^dt.  Cpl. and Mrs.    A,   Williams 885-9E61 or Mrs. T,  JCurluk  n I   Orville Underbill CoaiUv.Jp, idettles from    885#a83k Samples of the  richly colored,  AM   Seehelt Detachment,CpV,?pd  Mrs, Alan    decorative but edible wreaths are on dis-  .. > f   St, Berne; Const. ^itf-ftsfat from Pender    play in the stores.  Harbour   Mariper\J)fite0)ment.   Cpl.   and       Mrs. Lw B-ggermah; "Const. Hans Burki  JErom Gibsons Detachment. Also attending  from Sechelt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson.  Miss Reves and-'Miss^jPacris of St  Mary's nursing staff have returned from  a pleasant Holiday in California.  The Jack Bedmans spent the long weekend in Vancouver. '  Also spending the holiday weekend in  Vancouver were Mr. and Mrs. S MacKenzie and daughter Marilyn  The L B. Johnsons had their family  home for the holiday celebration.  The John Haves family was also com-  pktf for Thanksgiving with the arrival  hwi���� of Soger and Woody from Vancou-  \ti  \ sitors to the Ben Langs were Mr  ud Mrs. A. Marshall,  Mrs. Dick Clayton is a patient in St.  M ii  's Hospital.  October 30 is the deadline for placing  Heating Fuel Budget Plan:  evenj low monthly payments  through the heating season.  CALL YOUR STANDARD OILMAN  G.   H.  <6eriy) MacDonold  Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332  ���Standard Oil Company ot B.C  wiwwwww 'irwfflwftvif  ESSES  -lc~~ -t;,__��.,.��-��-' ������__.._: ,\. .... -....,; ...**���,��� ,_^,^��r^^.  * _\  ^._.  \**p r  itofrfe��& -    i;N DOES'YOtlft' GAR .NEED  Seehelt Legion  of the Auxiliary, The next meeting. <a_ ISiov-  r^S^T^S^"^^   l^A^f^'^^    Eric Ni^;   Evw Wand Bill   :mlZZ^b,^Zmr^ZTa^  ian civil war-a, subj^ctia_her far remwed   many of 4iiese lads are experienced   Frigon.    Front:    David   Robinson; ''  m�����l���e  from imatters of domestic Canadian budgeting.  In the view expressed by Mr. Knowles,  the so-called examination of the estimates  is a farce.  "Wlhat I say now is not by way of cas-  Ugathug  anybody.   I   aim   not   assessing  S>lame. But unless there is some new ma-  tehinery off a sort we have,notLhM dwr^ng  tiie quartei* of a centary itihat.!' ihave'ibeen  connected with this Houslr, I dt�� not see  estimates being adequately discussed."  ���   For ex-aimple, said Mr. Knowles:  ���   to the .80 days set aside for this coin-'  itnitftee eaaiminalion, Paa_iam.a_it will vote  $4,894,000,000,  '"Even iff we were to spend a- whole  year examining the Wibns of dollars of  estimates . . , we stSU would not do the  fob. The ofificiaOls are not Ihere for question*  ing, and the ministers axe not as bright  about theim as we might wish them to foe."  Not once' in bis 25 years, he said, had  he, seen MPs mabe real examination of  the expenditures planned by government  to see whether or not they were correct,  or valid, or whether they should be cut  down or increased.  As he spoke, I was reminded of re-marks  attributed' to Tfonmer U.S. Presidenit Oarry  S. Truman. Ait a press conference, Mr.  Truman was asked about his Secretary for  the Treasury who confessed that he hadn't  even read aOl the budget which was then  -being presented to Congress, The president's reply was that he had no doubt that  ��the minister hadn't read Itjaill. 31 he did  Jj��^' i* al_;^lbe;5WsaBv<q_lt_^  have understood it all anyway, said Ms.  Truman.  Thus are the billions and tens of billons  of taxpayers' dollars spent, in Canada as  in the United States, The figures are so  ���vast-vast beyond the comprdiension of  ordinary individuals, intricate beyond the  scope of any one man's knowledge���that  they pass by their own weight.  Members might dispute a $5*000 item  for the janitor service of their local post  oiffice. But should adrnMstrative expenditures of some ministry rise, they are  unlikely to notice whether the increase is  one or one point five milons of dollars.  Mr. Knowles hopes that smaller* (and  therefor, presumably better) parliamentary  committees may examine estimates! in  more detail, aided I by research assistants.  "Otherwise ... we might as wel $ve up  the notion that in Parliament we have any  control over the pursestrings. The only  control that is really exercised.is by the  Treasury Board . . . '���  Such is the view of a recognised expert.  Lyons.  players whose exJieSrience pays off   ��oyd Goesen;  Gordie August; Lpn .  on the field. /Back Kbw from left:    Bedkf-'M<iky"'Pearsdn;"Ailstn;"Mfe1_^r-' i   c^ Connor-has -returned hiome _��u__.  Tony Petula;   Coa<eih and  Manager   son and Michael Beck. Bruce S-M-K': improved in health after a course of treat-  Frank    Newton;    Gary   "Feschuk;  David   Lamto;   Brad- Alan;   coach  also plays for Legion."  HaLfmoon. Bay Happenings  THE Canada Geese, flying southwards over the area, remind us that winter is  only just- around the comer. First sighting  of migration reported to your correspondent was on the night of Octobe 6, quite a  bit earlier than usual.  With this reminder, the area is settling  down to its iwinter activities. There was  a variety program last Saturday with the  opening of the season at the Welcome  Beach Hall. The decorations had a Harvest Home motif, .with rosy cheeked apples, picturesque vegetable gourds, Michaelmas daisies and pampas grass ma'king  an attractive display. Arrangements were  by Mrs, Kalph Lynds.  After the singing of. the grand old Har-i  .^jmejptt at the CAES centre in Vancouver, i  Also -home in line Bay ^after -a--very- enjoyable trip are Mrs. Ruby Warne and Mr,  _ Ed Edmunds. They ���visited Christina I>ake  near Trail, where Mrs. Warne's  brother,   r f.Darrow Castey Eas a summer tome and she  -^y--MoW--Tii^_!eyt I vi5ited her brother, Geoige/Casey to Trail.  ��� They continued to Mica Creet far'a visit  with the fam��y of Mr. Edmunds' daughter, Mrs. Doug Foley.  Doug and Marion Foley acec-npanied  them on a wonderful tour of Calgary, Bai^f  and Lake Louisel The weather throughout  their trip was perfect. On their way home,'  they stopped in Vancouver to visit Mrs.  Warne's sons, Jimmy Weir and Frank  Warne.  deal more about Australia then' they. had  ever know before. Four fine color films  portrayal different parts and different aspects of the vast continent wMch covers  an area of three million square miles.  "Australia's ��� ��oral Wonderland", besides  giving an interesting study of the coral  plant, showed fine pictures' of the natural  life of the Great Barrier 'Beef with some  of its unusual and picturesque creatures  including a fea_b��red star fishi, ai butiterffly  cod and a seaslug, graceful enough to  earn the nickname of "Ballerina".  One of the finest bits of photograpihy in  this excellent film showed a,tiirtie digging  a pit, laying her 200 eggs and then camou-  It's funny that a wife doesn't notice a  missing button.  .tiMuci 'uic bu_&i__g vi. uie, gi-iuu ��_u ��iar-i     xi~~;-~   ����� .   ^ j. ���       .       ���   _.   _.    ���___."  vest hymn  "CoW  Ye   Ttonkful  Peopl^. ?^ **���***���'***** retummg to  tlie  Come", Canon Alan Greene, for im Thanksgiving message, quoted an article from a  Vancouver paper which urged the bread  user to remember that behind the bread  is the; yendor, the baker, the mailer, the  farmer, itihe rain, the sun and the soil-  but behind all of. J&em. is the Creator who  ?^36iiQnfidi?*li3B^ '   ���*-  ��� Members threw themselves with gusto  into the singirig of their favorite old songs,  with Ed Cook at the piano. A one-act play  "As One Lady to Anot_|r"."was performed  by Mrs. Guy dear and Mrs. G. C. Tinkley, The Centennial quiz contest on B.C..  place names was won by Jack Hall and  Mrs. Fritz Leuchte. The next party planned at the hall will be a social evening  early in November with "hard time" dress.  Tentative plans are being discussed for  a pot-luck supper in December..  FJLM SHOW  I The small group which attended the  Film Show at the Welcome Beach Hall last  Wednesday, came away knowing a  great  water.  Other films pictured the vast and lonesome stretches of the, Northern Territory  and the exploration of limestone caves in  tihe Nullanbor Plateau ih Southern Australia. The subject df the next film show on  October 22 will be "Discovery Under the  jfaaass^Hags^sees^'' --?<~-;-~ ���~;   IN BRIEF  pPhe Halfrnoon -Bay Auxiliary to St.-  Malry> Hospital, held its last meeting on  October 5 at the home of Mrs. Ron Robin-  soa\ Present project of the group is the  sale of the,Regal .line-of Christmas and  All Occasion;cards and.gift novelties. Any-  bkdy interested can 'borrow a catalogue by  applying ��o thfe Bost Office or any member  1km km iim  lute foil ili��p  WH��liE WE IH3AVE COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR  ALL YOUE H��F^m AMD PAflMTIE-G HEEDS. WE  MOW HAVE FULLY EXPERIENCED STAFF AT  YOUH EJSS^OSAL, UE.DEB. THE f^AftAGC^lEliT  OF BHiAf^ EUATtlSHAW.  svii M��t0r ProdijcfS tpdo  Phone 835-2111  ��  IISiliBiSiSIiSHSSfill^  /_S3tt/g..y., ^____<-_a^_-_rg7a'^:  ___Hp��WltalMllWMMUrtVtfH-_*��wbMH��-B____M  J.      - $_    -J-h.     " ' ���     -      ��� ���       v  Private Classes in Ceramics starling now at Rose & Art Enterprises  Studio. Phone 886-2069 for fee,  schedule and information.  Want clean heat?  Chevron Heating Fuels burn  clean'-and pack a lot of heat  into a tew pennies.  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  IOTICE TO* 'iUEttbRS-  \    - MIJMICIPAL VOTERS LIST  Notice is hereby given ithat a Court of Revision will sit at the  Municipal Hail I, Sechelt, on the first day of November next from the  hour of ten o'clock until the hour of twelve o'clock in the morning, for  the purpose of hearing and determining; any appJitpation on the part  of any person to be added to the list of Voters/ and remove any names  incorrectly placed thereon.'  The list of Voters as corrected and revised by the Court of Revision  shall be that used at the ^nnual Municipal Election to be held in the  Month of December 1968.  I ��� E. T. RAYNER, Clerk  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   H.  (Gcny)  MacDonald  | Wilton Ck, Sechelt 885-93321  "Standard Oil Company of B.C.  1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  WITH AIM  For Encfuiries Phone 886-2401  AUTOMATIC OR STAf^DAUD CARS  FUULY DUAL COHTROt-LED.  LEARH TO DRIVE WITH COf-FBDE��S���E AT.D SKILL  BY QUALIFIED IHSTRUCTOR.  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Automatic  Dryer - Jet Action Washer.  i  At your Authorized  FfUGIDAIflE DEALER  In Sechelt.  th'i C fit S Sfsf^s aitd SeEn/Ece  .jiA-^'mJ Co*rie Strcet' S^1*   '       **��>��* 8S5-9713  . __<<J-jAi*  PG^T MCLLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT UNION  ,���' Gibkom Office���886-2722  Tuw&oy: 1:30-4:30 p.tn.���fridmy; 5:O0-O:Q0 p-m.  .     ��� Port Mellon Office���084-5239  W_<li*e^by; S:30^;00 p.m.���Thurtdoy; 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  ii i*m  iina4im��^'mm0ti<mm,m*<��M ������ .- - n   ���h ��������� Ammwmm.mm  i-i ������������ .mn- - ...i  ."'.ftdB-ERTS CREEK CREDIT UNION  Secfee'Jf, B.C.���885-9551  TumdoTr'Thundrnf. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. - FrWoy: 10 a.��n.-7:30 p.m.  IT,, i   ���   I       .   I  ���      .   FENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNION  Madeira Park* B.C.���883-223-  ,*#^oM*^���T^l^��[��a��^*l^^^f(V���>^*���l�����,'��*>ft''',M?^'h'''',  m.^_._;v��.j!����(�����> jjtStm^-ivtrt.hf  ���Mi-��#M.*��(l%>n>ljf tl��t M _'IBh *'  wft^iii^hlHii t fair, .���*T.'"ii'. -ry u-��(��) H��t~v*.>i��l '-rf w#ii|*h.  I. .iiH^MI.<��_l** . *f����?H��WlB��tB^����W ���*  \!*#*- 0 ., lft^t.P<g��gfl.^iiw.tpftBB,t)ei����.��4f***'.>*tj-vH-.^,fft^Kjj.i,,grt,*fi,... / .  ���" ,      ~t  --fc^a-Jl^a^^-i-MnJu���__^JS_J^JJ|_J_1^_^- I    " I        ' J    , II Ml ''        ll I   I,   III   j j.    I   lj i   11   _   j 'I |    I     ,     ll    I    |  J     j  'I j    I' \ It  '     ' ,    .    '  ['    -J. '7L.1        i'-ir Y '' '    '    ' I    I'    J    I    I     '    ',    I       '  ,_Vj  ^   -   44    -_  Y^y^P~44~Y^"&^��^>4*?^</Z4l^^ '-"���   _^ >^iy*'~~';'  foge B-4  Tfae Peninsula Time*        Wednesday/ October 16, 1968  | ThePeninsula^^^  'A may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what 1 believe to be right?  ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsgabd, Publisher  m^^u**0a^*0*0aan0*^u^*0***0*******a~**mma*mmanmaa00*kiKtammmm00icmmaamammiimM  -��_!-! pi?��l_____ti*B_I  } WE HAVE from time to time expres- cut-off be constructed. Needless to say,  sed the view that as a centre of tour- this would appear sufficient excuse for  ism, the Sunshine Coast offers a poten- the department to conveniently forget  I tial second to none, at the same time as the cut-off, certainly the matter seems  * long as we have a two and a half hourly to have  been well and truly  shelved  ferry service and a highway in such a despite a number of earlier surveys to  ' deteriorating   and   hazardous  condition determine the most suitable route,  such as that with which we are blessed, To give due credit, we now have an  then the future remains in considerable excellent ferry terminal at Langdale and  \ doubt. an improved ramp at Earls Cove. The  What must surely be termed an as- fifty mile monstrosity in between refer-  stoundingly glib statement by our MLA, red to as highway 101 remains its usual  the Hon. Isabel Dawson, will be found deteriorating self, ferry service between  '  in a column published in this week's Horseshoe Bay and Langdale has wor-  Times "Isabel Writes" in which she sta- sened and holiday time line-ups grow  tes "Tourism is one of the province's longer.  most rapidly expanding industries. Im- On a provincial level we have approvements of provincial highways, ac- tinued to support the Sacred Govern-  comodatiojas facilities and extended pro- ment, we still feel it has a great deal to  vincial car ferry service have played commend it. However, we are not suffi-  important roles in this growth". ciently hide bound to suggest it is be-  Mrs Dawson is quite obviously re- yond reproach, indeed we have not hesi-  ferring to anywhere but her own consti- tated to criticise in the past. Again we  tuency which in large part includes the maintain as far as the Sunshine Coast  Sunshine Q>ast. Unfortunately since her is concerned we are a lost entity. Until  appointment as Minister without Port- the next election the Mackenzie Riding  folio, Mrs. Dawson, undoubtedly through is an insignificant outpost. At the time  no fault of her own, has spent a great of the next election the story will undou-  deal of her time in other parts of the btedly change and we will hear of great  province and has become a rare visitor things planned for the area providing  .  j to her own Riding. This we would as-  f sume accounts for her obvious lack of  mamiliarity   with  a  disgusting highway  > and an inferior ferry situation.  Since   the   last   provincial   election  with its  usual worthless promises,  the  | crowning achievement of the Department  of Highways has been removal of the  < Granthams i Landmg  bridge  and  recent  paving of  dale   end.  carried oui  until such  SURVEY  North Road from the Lang-  This latter innovation was  as a temporary knprpvement  time the proposed Gibsons    the polls  tY     IMS  of course, we re-elect a Social Credit  member.  We have news for Victoria, there  are those among us with rather long  memories and it will take a little more  than meaningless promises next time.  Our future rests with tourism which in  turn depends upon efficient access and  a good highway. At present we have  neither. If Social Credit hopes to retain  this riding the time for action is now,  not dubious promises a few weeks before  "You won't have to worry about little Herbie wrecking the store anymore. We keep  him on a chain,  At Roberts Creek . . .  Generous donation helps  special Halloween party  i -  earned out by a publication    vate life would now come under the mic-  known   as  "marketing"  revels  ihe    roscope   of  big   business.   The   family    ents Auxiliary including the traditional ap-  EOBERTS Creek children have an extra  special treat to look forward to on Halloween thanks to community effort.  Elphinstone Recreation Committee has  generously donated $75 to be used for a  Halloween Party on October 31 commencing at 7 p.m. in Boberts Creek Community  Hall. All parents and children of the Roberts Creek area are invited for an evening  of gaiety  Gaines have been planned by the Par-  fact that when considerable applicants  for jobs in the sales> field the boss sblould  also interview the prospective employee's wife. It appears that by so doing  the company will enhance its own im-'  age and make a bigger impact on the  applicants.  More surprising is the fact, according  to "Marketing", that 63% of salesmen  pooch for instance could be nothing less  than a French Poodle. Opera, ballet and  classical music would be a must and appreciated of anything but contemporary  art would be considered extremely poor  breeding indeed.  This,   incredible   though   it   might  sound,  is by no means an impossible  pie-bobbing Prizes will be awarded the  most original costumes and to the winners  of the drddren's poster contest. There will  be a fish pond and a table Lamp will be  raffled; tickets are selling at 25 cent each  for the raffle.  Mrs. Helga Connor and her Brownies  with Mrs. Molly Almond's help will be decorating the hall which all adds up to a good  time dn true community spirit.  Admission is free  with hot  dogs and  today in the learning process. This should  prove extremely interesting to all parents concerned with modern teaching techniques for students A donation of teaching  aids presented by Mrs. Galliford has been  greatly appreciated.  Films will be shown during the last  hour, one being "Miracles" which describes the work being done in the Shriners  Crippled Children's Hospital m Oregon.  The other, "Harvest of the Pacific" will  feature exciting scenes of fishing along the  B C  coast  There will be no delay after 8 pm. so  it is advisable to be on tune. Refreshments  will be served  situation. We have no doubt it actually  �� actualy  approve   of their  wives  being    exists in the tiresome corridors of the  r screened by management. higher   echelon,   or" worse,   it   is   an    soft drinks  being sold at a  reasonable .... vatsous iblo_.de was assigned tjo their tame  Though they -fo&_dj conduct-such    ims^^mr^mio��?tamiy extending adfe^*^.*^ .***��?  , interviews 66 per cent of managers ap-    ^ ^tL^Yelfewfiere ^v   * *   7 j__nYr    ^ **.*������,������-_*���  > each itaed to outshine the other with this  The two salemen had stopped at one  of the roadside diners for a quick lunch,  and were very pleased to note that a curvaceous it___.de was assigned t|o their table.  f prove the practice. If any credence is  to be attached to this survey then we  have all been living in a fools' paradise;  = for the general concept is that we have  fought two world wars in the course of  * freedom and democracy,   i-  That malcontents and wrongdoers  face the prospect of loosing certain of  their rights and freedom is quite understandable, but once abominable dictatorship insidiously usurps the personal life  of responsible human beings, then something is drastically wrong.  It is assumed the reasons behind  this proposed imposition is that salesmen ofjten have to entertain; partioipa-  ��� tion in the social whirl is a prerequisite  of employment. This then is where the  little lady plays her part, the hostess  with the rriostest, and upon her ability  to  create  a favourable  impression  de-  " pends the future of hubby. Should she  possess a vivacious personality, good  looks, dress well, consume large quanti  its tentacles elsewhere.  ��� ������'��� It is, in fact, the type of utter snobbery which music hall jokes frequently  attribute to the old style British Lord-of-  the-manor. Removal of this abominable  biggotry is the one, and possibly only,  commendable innovation created by a  socialist government. That it should  rear its head in a country such as Canada is almost unbelievable and, certainly  something to be carefully watched.  Roberts Creek Parents Auxiliary mem-,  bers are very optimistic about the success  of their next meeting which starts promptly at th school at S p.m. on Monday, October 21. Many new ideas have been work-  de out to make this and future meetings,  an interesting and entertaining two hour  session for parents. ;.  First hour of this meeting will feature  a discussion hy Principal Malcolm Mactav-  ish, explaining the involvement of children  this  luscious  creature.  When she bad finished taking the order  from'Wolf Number-One, he gave her an  alKectionate pat. The waitress didn't say  a word, just gave Man a cold stare, and  proceeded to take the order from Wolf  Number-Two. When he finished he gave  an affectionate pat. Again no commentf-  vjust a cold stare. WJhen they received their  checks, they each noticed that added to  the bottom of the foil was the notion:  "Extra 'Refreshments . . . four dollars."  Readers' Rigfii  Unsympathetic ,  Editor, The" Times,        / .  Sir���Aldenman Ken Crosby's concern tot  a commumly hal < where the puhlic can  hold entertainment with liquor) does not  strike a syaiipaahei-ic chord with \me. Not  1 suspect with the pensioners in our midst  "When quotes $100i,000 as the cost of this  project and goes on to state he wants the  support of all organazations in the area, I  am reminded off,the Centennial Pool project fiasco. As a'lesson in humility, Alderman Crc__y would do well to contemplate  the graph for thejPiooi Drive still proudly  hanging at the She! Station in Gibsons.  Then when he is sufficiently chastened perhaps he might use some of his enthusiasm  for building housing units for senior citizens.  $100,000 would provide a lot of housing,  Mr. Crosby and, incidentally prevent a lot  of Sunday morning hang-overs.  I. GREEN,  Granthams.  i  Extend thanks  Editor, The Times,  Sir���I wish to thank you for the excellent  coverage given to our Camp during the  1968 season, and ��socially for your won-  derlful write-up and photographs taken at  the Music Camp. I managed to buy a few  copies of the Sejpfemfoer 4th issue on the  Ferry. Thank you for your interest and  help.  This is an excellent programme and  through it we are endeavouring to add  spiritual and artistic dimensions to the  lives of our young people.  <rod bless you.  Wm.  G.  KERB. (.Major),  Divisional Youth Secretary.  Cold condemnation  Editor, The Times,  Sir���In the October 2nd issue of the Times,  there appeared an article about an  automobile accident, complete with a description oif the teenage driver's "recklessness" and two photos of the "totally  wrecked car". "Charges are pending" said  the article. It was short, just another tactless, compassionless article about another  example of today's horrid youth���the editorial specialty of the Tunes.  Sadly and ironically, the teenager died  before the paper hit the stands, ("lacerations and a broken leg"!) So anyone wishing to press charges against young Pol-  son wil h.av�� to dehver the summons to  his grave.  The point is, that where young people  are concerned the Times seeks to condemn,  quickly and coldly. We are al guilty from  tame to time, of careless driving. After a  close call we take a deep breath and resolve to be more careful. Poison didn't  get another chance. He was human���and  he died, and on the day of his death he  was, to the Times, just another object of  critical > comment.  Ef, perchance, charges are laid against  me, I wil expect to see the Times man  in the courtroom, giving me Mack Hooks  and assiduously noting and expanding on  all "the bad"  while blindly ignoring all  HITHER 'N' YAWN���Advertising chaippie  cum author, Ernie Perrault was wondering aloud, why 'his book, The Kingdom  Carver, is booming along near the top of  the lists in Western Canada but it isn't  getting a glimmer of action in the east.  city street seen  aigainsit iaUge scale defalcations by mom- lender announced . . . The produoers of  bens of their staff . . . Also in passing, Noel Coward's Sweet Potato, (which was  computerization of bank operations makes    ^toe lemon of the Vancouver Festival) are  Jffis boss, John Roberts, overheard the ob-  ties of liquor without passing out or be- nervation and contributed a possible rea-  coming objectionable, then there is every    son, "1 was in Eaton's in Toronto in the  everything more efficient but it also creates headaches for bankers. In the old days  a bank manager checked ' every transaction ait ithe end of each day because aiM the  records were in his branch. Now aU he has  are sheets of figures from a computer . .  dea-h-imade'fcls friends -sad.  -      I      : Y . --   MSMMEIL. A. KSOiMSH���-  Editor's hitrtei-phat our reader is saying is that if something is human, with, - .  "crimes,, lovies. desires" ihen it Is eatped  to jeopardize the welfare and Hives O-  othens in any way that occurs lo him' without the matter being" drawn (to public attention. The reports referred to iriade no  mention of recklessness./i!l_iey were simple  news reports, and as such showed neither  compassion nor condemnation. (These aire  feelings which are only expressed in an  editorial page, not in news columns.  h  books labelled "Canadlana." I Hooked for  The Kingdom Carver and when it wasn't  there I asked the clerk. The clerk had  never heard of it. So I explained that it  waa about the early life otf a young logger  who could have been Gordon Gibson and  that it was set on the West Coast, of Vancouver Island." At this point John paused  for dramatic effect���and to give Ernie  time to get a crying towel ready. "Tbe  cktrk said lo me, "That's not Canadiana by  our 'standards." John concluded.  key star Bill McNeil have a chunk of the  Drake .motel on Powell Street . . . Some H _>l-  lows who wea-e talking about a major motion picture for Vancouver to begin in  August are now saying that Peter Ustinov  will direct. But they won't say when. Tll.lv  Of the jikltiuire is A Degree otf Larceny . , .  Motel Vancouver steam engineers wait clown  to negotiate theilr new contract the other  day  just   about, the  time   the Jioteil  was  fore the Vancouver debacle is finadly settled , . . Among Punch Imlach's minor  concerns while his .Toronto Maple Leafs  were playing ��o-so hockey on the West  .(Coast exhibition swing was a report that  tsame of his athletes had come out of  (Hornby Street restaurant and snapped olflf  the antennae on about five parked] cars.  'Boys wil be bdys , . . Ben, Metcalfe and  John Macsey have ^already begun to pro-  The Peninsula^*^^  P_.blif.had Woilnctidi.yN ��t .Sechelt  o�� IlM^.'h SiMitJitac C(��ut.l  by  Kciliftl rcninnulii limns Lid,  jnU ;<K1 - Sochcll, U.C.  Poualus <7. Whaler, Editor  H. H.Ahnurd, I'ubtkhrr  Subscription KuIcn: (In udvui.ee)  I  Year,  $5 -  2  Yc.hiii,  %<>  .  3  Yean, $13  U.S. and Jorclgn, JS.50  frninc rh< rrrra trr*n fVrf Mellon to Epnc'-i  (Ihnir Sound to /rrvlt Irxlrt)  HERE'S WHO���Former Hotel Association bofis Roy Corbett, who found himself  out off a job recently, may have been handed the foey'to the mint. He's been granted  a franchise of n wax museum in \Mto_nii  Bench. The feaslblUty studies Ind'Lca'l* it  wliH win htm about $_W),.KX> the first year  of operation. Corbet! is all ready ito move.  lll.l(i Urltlsh Properties home that had been  on the- market for .teveral months wan  purchased by a Hong Kong 'millionaire  last month . . . Veteran CBC "Washington  (���ormipomk'nt and author Jamen M. Mlnifie  i|Vlnn�� to settle on Vancouver Jsland. At  the moment he'& living with friends in  Jl'unoy . . . l_ocal nelrew. Marpot Kldtfer,  who headed lor Toronto to work on her  career l'lnailiy mad" H to Hollywood where  Canada Norman JewUon east her' in his  latevl eiiUci Gaily Gflfiiy . . . The sign  !>al titer who otiwIm'u the Migns for ilsy'w Mtn|>-  ipi-r Club now knows that Tiinnitfl. Erroll  Garner'* name Iti .ipelled with two "eilts".  11 took him It'/j iMwina 1o add the mltisllmg  letter to ,1.1m* ,1,<MK) whow curds, When lny  saw the -mlwlnke be -.honed (be flm.nlct-  and said, "1 want you to get the clover  here,"  INSIDER'S OUTLOOK ��� The pnperfl  have finally Iwcn served ,lh a proposed  divorce nrtlon involving one of the more  il>n_n.incn1, inrimlxirw of the horsey set. The  .wtrai'ed wife has be.in njntherlnig evidence  for nean-.v a yeaY'iind igathcrliig rvldem.r,  find giitherini* evidence , . . Just Jn passing  the     chnrtcml    banks    carry    inauranct*  pipes that are the reason for all the ditches In the downtown area, It might he a  rather tense negotiation session been use  most Ot the jobs wlJH disappear.  possibility the imaster of the house has   book  department  and  saw   a  display otf    .Former pohiceiman Peter Blaker and hoc-    ��roadway but there might be lawsuits be-  * - , . , .. .. .ii .    ii    .__ _   .i      _.i_r. __]!.. it      -w     il��� ��1.���J     _T....__. i      __._...        n_ll     _____> __. _k I __. ZI    V_n..r__     <n     skl\__nl_*-     / _f    i\\,. ���_��� _i.i. nr.. J __._._..___     Jl _-_l_ *....! a     . _->     if i ���.*___, _t    c __r4 __  good prospects ol early promotion. What  other   attributes   will   ultimately   bc  required is, of course, anyone's guess.  Perhaps the next logical step would  be lhc salesman's chiidrcn, after ail, they  too   should   naturally   attend   the   best  schools,   bc  impeccably   mannered   and  capable of intellectual conversation with  sons  and  daughters  of top  executives.  Then, too, there would be the situation  of a suitably imposing residence. After  all, a company representative would have  to entertain lavishly in order to retain  the firms prestige and this would entail (something more than a functional a-  bode, Further, location too must bc considered, the right side of the tracks in  this case is a prime factor.  To advance this new concept even  further, there is the question of the applicants friends, who one ,would expect, to  come up lo lop level standards. Cassual  acquaintances at all levels of thc social  scale are quite acceptable but, only  those of true blue blood would be considered permissable as personal friends.  Keligion would not be too important  providing it is of orthodox variety but  all aspects of the salesman's hitherto prl-  ^ss  UMmtiMMlirmiAMmbmiiSiAJi uusas.  teiiimg friends iin New York that they'd  inever have come to Vancouver to try  tout their show but for the fact they thought  the Festivlal owned the QuceniE Playhouse  iand they'd escape paying rent. The re-  rvamiped  show   received good  reviews   on  TOWN TOPICS���'Former 13 ay shore sales  manager Ted Curtl�� was lured to the saiiue  post al ilho 1-I.otdl Vancouver, which ,|u>,|'  imight Ihe round two Jn a "feud", Jiound  one wan when Uaysbon; boss Peter Hudson  hired front otHfl.cc manager Diane .Martin  wwuy ifrotm Vancouver ��� . . In��p,. Bud En  rlnflftort of the <rio squad uwualily insish  that tho promoter a hire a couple of domi  potHecimcin, N-iO's and policewomen lo  cover .be crowds at attractions thai draw  younger patrons bull ithere were only mk  pollcemieni available for the record break-  .nig cr(��wcl itlvuit tunned up to see Donovan  ���at the Pacific Coll'icuim. And there wann i  enough trouble with 12,000 kids to kii-|i  the ,f>ilx busy . . .' Fred Latrimowle's- <:ii..t  ..lourinlaws Interview with Tiny Tim'* mini-  agcai turn-id down i|Ro*s McLean and Co,  for a new Interview, Tiny Tim's asstninit"  iriiguw! that wU the advance 'IV expoMin.  ilocutly wus the reavson itlle show limiiltiHi  ���at th. Collwuim, 'J.iat would liicvc Ihm-h  ifine exceipt the CDC didn't show the iinter  ���view until  aifter Tiny Tim  had come  nnd  tgone.  ���   ���   ���  JAXON'S KLAXON���Most e.ubari'asMKl  iKKitn ��f ithe past month had lo the the rvv  oil operatttriH who ifflew In a hinge detenu-  tion from prewi and radio only to hnvc Hit,  bartender qulit Jn ai huff jaul when |.|M.  .party got. swinging, "T<1 rather istarve Hum  bavo to iKrrv�� peop_�� like  thi-.,"  U_  |,mr-  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see WE TIMES  jra��_;.^-.>��w.<ie��^^  I  Important Notice  Did You Get Our Flyer?  Fantastic Buys!  CAMPBELL'S  VARIETY LTD.  Sechelt- B.C.  :  3  I would like at that time, to comfort  the Times tmait by reminding ihlim that I  too w_H die one day, and all my humanity  ���any crimes, my loves, my desires wil become extinct. I would .also _^mind the  Times man that he too wil die some day  and the world will either be wanmer or  colder for his having lived.  I hope the Times man learns more a-  bout loving himsielf and others.  I was there when ithe news of Poison's  SECHELT VOLKSWAGES.  OFFERS YOU BRAND NEW  '68 V/W DELUXJES AT  '68 CUSTOM PRICES  All equipped with leatherette seats  ' and undercoat! ng.  YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE.  Includes full 2 year warranty.  1  BUY A BRAND NEW  VOLKSWAGEN  for a cost factor of  ONLY $45.00 PER MONTH  ��r  u i  Phone Bill Copping  885-2812 or 885-9646  SECHRT MS{SW_.GE���  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  (Test drive theiamazing stick shift)  llSgjW : P'-;Px  \ i .      ij���JL-JSkl *''���'v   ���      "   '-"������������������-  , ^>-.r���rf," -��**^���j , .^__j_^.^  .connecting up lo the new central  healing    duoe   setgimie_its   for   thc   CIJC's   1-lahanle  iscdes which they will lake over in January  from Bob Fortune . . .Tory leader Roberf  Stanfielcfs Friday visit to Vancouver is In  line with this _aimipalign (promise to move  around Itbc eounitxy and ��ci! what'* haj .k_i-  ing ,at firiKt hand . . . Tho word that iDho  ���government will advertise hitoks itihe country for ,a ftuccessor to AUG JJaron Col.  Donald McGuonn iK iprObaihly window dr.i��-  sling. Premier W. A. C. Bennett already  has jAana for his .successor, It wIlil not bo  Phil GagtmriJH . . . Abrupt resignation of  JoJwi'Drew from the post of i-xccuiUvo two  rcit-ary to 'WIU 33 Mtfdlatton Coimimil����lon  ircsuiltcd ffrewn tho ���comimhiion'm flrat failure  Jn the wrea of ncRotlatlng waigoa and work-  Jnig 'Conditions. Drew, who loves B.C., lift,  the federal serVkc on rtlhc underHtandlmg  that tho new' job would match the wallmiry  'he'd 1xi tin 'Jilne for Jf Iho look a 'major fod-  era! miinipowcr dtip��_itim.*r��t ipost he'd iln-en  olHf^_-cd iin e*stern Canada, When jfj��y day  cuiim* the salary wasn't ev-tMi dose. Sad  ���part Is that Drew was probably tho best  itnan In Canada to hundil.) the <iiififi.tMi.it. re-  jieaixli job for tho .ailr.'ady ftounderlng commission . , . Alt, th'ti r��1<< ilhlngw arc iinov-  Jmg tiler** imay \>e ian. many art five <rivn_l'l-  dates wnniitiK,for jMayor of Vancouver iin  December . . . When somebody iBusiped  (hrrla-uw J��<*< wl*�� ��sked $:m)0 for hl��  j��ilnitJnK ���cniMiW'd 1-mvv, which Is the ,e<*nit.re-  p\pcc erf his exhibition *lt the Euiu X.I <3'inl-  h?r.v, Wise, who worked i>n the .paiiniliiiig for  three months replied, "That's ri^h't^���slightly Mss-s than ilho price or a niass ]>roduced  automobile,"  ��   ���   ��  r      -    ��� n I  f .-   ���-'-jH'*' B     o  .a J^'T- I  <&��g ^"'1.^  ^.:���zm  L j f^ Wm^,.. !*.����;.,  _����(_,����rff   , iAS,v j,rk, ,  With each $2.00 now or renewal subscription (4 Issues)  purchased we will forward to the recipient a beautiful bonua  ... a full colour _,9G9 calendar notebook-diary.  The 1969 Diary contains 13 maRnlflcentecenesof Beautiful  British Columbia. This book, together with your gift subscription to Beautiful British Columbia magazine, makea  on Idoal Christmas gift lor friends and relatives throughbut  the world. ��  We onnounoe your gift with a greeting signed with your  name, and tbe current Winter Wue of Beautiful British  Columbia. Tho 1969 Spring, Burnmer, and Fall Issues will  be mailed os published.  This ��ltt applies only to new and renewal subscriptions purchased  lor $2.00 and commonclnji with the Winter, 1968 .��_,_.��.  WASSei-MANIA���Thc   hardest thinfj a-  bout iinaMng money jast J* to ma'ke it ��lr*t.  ~m*m*m0)00m0tnm  Purcl.a-.or  ...  A~dr.m*j   flul.t!.crl|M Ion to  l>itl��:.tid M.O. or Cltpquu for........   I    to THC PLNINSULA TIMES LTD., BOX 310, MiCHLLT, U.C.  SIGN GIFT CARDi  \MMMMMMmmm-mtm*mm ___n�� mmtm, m^^mtamm.^^yr^0nmnm0^nnfnn4rnnn^mmn^mm^mmmmm^mmmm  m>mmmmmmm* I  ���t'  .i  ��    /I-    ���,:  . I -*f? /   . If*1��1 '* '*��*�� !*��. * * f0 H��fvW. *t!.t*W*W' A 1���     ��� ��� . ~ C ���-��� A*r�� -" I  1     i~r-t  Western Saga fMs wee&.      A --L* ma*J  r**L  ^^  ior* fee Secfielf.yiJ^  THIS   WEEK  at  fecftttt #&**&  ^6fl,t - Mjfa^ ^4^M-Jtex^|| .^^s^&d^^ ^^;^JSai��^  yourselves to a Jb^#dri_% jtftg. of tte ' .' W )iPf^ivw4^'�� *f 9,4$I&ht-  fd >jvBst in the jfi's. "Oft 1?&%TWMiao- ? ## aAp&^.jtHjfc -fewer 4J$fft>&>r of  fly portrayed by ChaMkj ..afafefeft ih so* /Wm VM^mim&mix^te W#e in  of his most famous &#��& - n " ����*i�� -��**���<���* ___<.. ___/_f~.._tf:r^'_i_i.i.-J _.,._.  Th%U#m)itrfM&,  In this unglarooa^ed iww M tetero ' fet. "~Wm��mW ^W^&r^n^mP The    f��Cj^1 ~*  whose hard   dirty work fennge. Ufa ^y, ^ ��f M ,pl��*m&>'��exe eaW'faW their  HUs latest job, tending icattle for the win- fortune. Games > were -enjoyed. Deleetabh.  -on. *  hash Montana range, .provides refreshing were $$tved. Attending wem  an isolated shack for shelter. He finds it ydma ^.rfK��Il_?ftl  .JoKac^^nd^efhitr11118 T^ S^' ��^^  i.oanmckett) and her little son, staled judy Far*. Kar4 giafcley Mrs  fctfandoik  brutish sons, Will is viciously attacked and  left to die, but manages to crawl to the  shack.  For the first time in his life, he knows  a home, a family, and love. A touching  Christmas scene is interrupted by the madman and his brood, more bestial than ever.  Although a fierce fight settles this threat  forever, at also brings the mutual love of  Will and the woman to the fore, and a difficult decision remains to be made. There  is a convincing feel of the desolate hardships of We a century ago on the snowcapped peaks and frozen prairies.  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  ���mm  PITCHING Mm  LMSISf A�� ��*��&����  SiliJLP0ZlfiQf  TRUCKING.  ��ravel, mmwL  Mm FILL.  Days ~ift3&2��63  Nights 8H��-__37��  or 7764  Susan f&jafafi. ikd Mrs. ft.   fc i&hnett.  Unable j�� Midndkg ibht sending A gm was  Mrs. $mi msb^i '       f  vising ^   Ui pi    f  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Art Hauka recently was their daughter and her husband  Mr and Mrs. David Bithell, and their twp  daughters Cpl. Bithell is a member of the  Canadian Fonces and .has been transferred  back from Germany where they itsy^ liy-  ed for the last two and a half years. 1_iey  will now be stationed in New Brdh^wiefc.-  Home on leave they spent two weeks visiting relatives and friends, thoroughly ha'p-  py to be hack m Canada.  Mr. and Mrs. Art Hauka have reitirtieif  from a very enjoyablte ifyo we^k hoMay %  Ontario whefce tb��r Visited *ejaiivi_s an3  friehds. pne of the Mghli��j_te of lhe trip wtte  a visit to Niagara Fall? jtoii the ride ofc  the Maid of the Mist.  PARTY  Mrs. Marlene tiaptoth entpWained at  h; r home on Wednesday altewhJttn, the oe-  ��as- _i feeing the bkthdsay of her son MjEfce.  Gtamejs were played and a jolly time was ~ -._. ffl- . .  had by all, the children especially enjoy- GWUDlfflg-May take VOWS  ed seeing .the antics oi (the flanroth's p#  tnonk -\ Present were Camie and Msp  Johnston, Fttv Wilson, Todd and <3ier^  Loitz, Na��j_._ Nygren, Davia and Danny  Barber, Greg Harris, Hubert C&arman, E&  we Walters, Jaoelynh Gahis abd JohansW  Braithwaite. A delieious p&vt& supper m$  served. ��,  A stag party was held in hoaor oJ $wee  Cramer on the Monday evening prior to  his marriage. .  to Vyv-^^-"^"^ -vJ����SV1��4L.^A<_w��i*-'f *#^^^w<i^.ft-^-^-w a4wf-��.v ^.s^-W-1^^^. to* *J>*v^. Hi.   ��**fti^^*W^. W-vy-KV*- Ji��y_s��w-^^���^v/.,J.ty~j>.,4. >>--~^ T^v�� ^ ^- >^fV  SOLiK SERVICE SIATIOf  Migb-yosr 101  PHONE 806^^2   '  mat*  imporlanl Notice  Did You Get Our Flyer?  Fantastic Buys!  CAMPBELL'S  VARIETY LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robert Gambling.  Wedding rites solemnized  during September ceremony  SEPTEMBER sunshine streamed through  ., the windows of St. Hillda's Anglican  Church, SecSfevpl., for the September 7th  Redding of Linda Pennine M&y to Paul Bo-  feert Gambling, linda is tbe daughter oi  $Jj_ and Mrs. Miiehael tThomas May of Sechelt and Paul is the only son of Mr. and  Mrs. Bohert Walter Gambling of North  Vancouver.  -   Bey. Banry Jenks officiated at the double ring -ceremony and Mr. S. C. K. Red-  H Given in marriage hy her father, the  jtletider young bride looked very lovely in  Ijbe govra whidi she had fashioned herself.  ISmply styled, the floor length gown was of  jirbite peau de sole "with lace bolero feat?  urrihg elbow length scaHloped sleeves. A  single white rose held the sweeping net  veil and the bride carried a bouquet of  resi. and white striped carnations and bab;  mmmMmmw  4 0_HS_W  mm mm  Best, Chuin Price  Anywhere  20% Off  GUESS WHAT'S NEl'E?  AufomatSc  $2.���� $zr cfiaSfli  IN BRIEF ,  Mr. W. S. Potter, Miss Kathy Patte^  Miss Denise Ciarit ami Miss Deborah  Clarke were among those attending the International Horse Show at the Agroc_om��  in Vahcoitver. "*  i -, "* H)0J.*0       ����**fi _***�����-   -^���**\J'**(J        104++A*  ���1H^-��-'-'Fj___k--'flj_l'i3p^----Bpley were d��   man was the organist  vacation they visited tias Vegas and en*  joyed a trip oh the Aihertcah West Ckasi.  S^ripfcffie verses were retad when tile  Women's Miissiohiaiy Couhcil bf the Pest-  ecosiM Assejthbly met at -he home of Mi*.  R. Brackett oh Mdhdiay" e^saiSig with Pre_>-  ident^Mrs. F. J. Wyj^ftert in the chaar  flind lt�� membtrs pfefsMtl" Rieports were  received telling^- *h��>, work of overseas  fhissionairieSB. Plains tvyfere Jhade tt> send red i��ses_  parcels ito.fedige^mjjtgj5%)_ && J#to|r jijral  sent a!bi-��ad. Refreshments were served  hy Mrs R. Cramer and Mrs. M. Cassin,  including a decorated oake wi_i candles  'fox two meanhers who hadrofaserired Jartii*  diys recently.    ,  Congratulation^ j��. thjs .fojigwijig (couple^  who celebrated wedding anrnversairies on  dctoiber 8: Jon and| jSejalpLtie i3pans<m, G,  J., and Diane McFac^en7^r��_-- and Daisy  Bailey a^;E^ith'~��^.;I^;-^^A-- ��� Y;  "i/lx. and" MrsT Syd' Basey*, -Tye-te ah_l  Cheryl flew to Scotland in the latter pant  of August. They .stayed in Edinburgh, seeing the historic sights and drove ifc6 -places  nearby as well as going to P-ehth and also  to Ehgland. They are being cohgreMated  on the birth of a baby -gM; Aihscm\M��raig  Basey, 7 libs., Yh. oz. in the Eastern General Hospital in Leith. Remaining W^eiwas  for a month or so after the happy 'evetbt,  the Baseys wanted to see London befoipe  returning home. \  r  Attending the bride was Miss Debbra  Ann Pollock wearing a floor length gown  of peach peau de sole and carrying a bouquet of white carnations. I  Best man was Mr. Norman John Den-  ney watB. Hammond J. Denney and Peter H.  Dahl acting as ushers.  Reception followed at the Reef Room  of tbe Jfolly Roger Inn where Mr. George  (Flay proposed the toast to liie bride.    .  For her daughter's wedding, the bride's  mother chose a white suit laced -vith'f_lver  thread, white lace and white accessories  and pink carnation corsage.  The groom's mother wore a powder blue  and white suit with blue accessories and  white carnation corsage.  Mr,   and  Mrs.   Paul   Gambling  spent  their honeymoon   journeying  across British  Colombia   to   Alberta,  returning   via  i Prince 'George. They have taken up residence at. Port Coquitiam, BC  vilUge 0^��f&<bj*$,  !    * % Y  ��� -    '  !  COURT OF REVISION - 10.00 A.M, ^pVEMBER %, 1968  'PiSbttc hotice Js hereby-given that a'Courf pf J.ev1stor�� will be held on FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 1yl96B, "or ]_>:00^o m, in' tirfe ffimicipoh Holl, South Fletcher Rood,  Gibsons, B C, for ^e piiljfflse of fieanng ai_y poKn^tCrrOs respecting ihe list of voters for  this Village .Municipality .which closed at'Sjfeli pm., September 30_v !968��� ond to  cornect, revise, ck alter lhe list. The list, so connected oi^d Certified by the Court, will be  used for the annual eltJchons in December" !$&% o��d subsequent elections or submissions, until a new annual list is prejjiorejJ ond rectified in accordance With the  Municipal Act. '  October 9, 1968.  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk  [  T  .i  Mir  i  MRS.. MAR&ARB1 MadCENZlS  COM E  .1- '  lakes this opportunity Jo thank her Friends  awfi Customers for their patronage and hopes  will continue to extend their custom to the  NEW 6WNER, Mrs. Dorothy Swinney.  Be kind to your ��rien<is--H_: it weren't  for them you'd be a total "ste-geir.  EXPECTANT  PARENTS CLASSES  TYEE AIRWAYS LID- ���>'4KHILT, BX.  DAILY SCHEDULE FLIGHTS SEtWEEM  Downtown Voncouver r Gibsons - Pender Harbour area  and Sechelt  MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY  ^.LEAVES^ :.:"_������;_.^..' > ,  s  Voncouver      Pender Hbr.     Y&Adt   ���        Gibsons  9;00otny sWffibm'r    B.COam      8.15am  ItDOpm    11:30 am    12:C0pni    12:15 pm  CONNECTtMGFUGHTS TO tOGGlNG CAMPS  SUNDAY ONLY  ^leave^^    < ;1'  ��� .,    . -,i^|  *u    ^,-V^d^necr y i^api^ i^.Jp.^e^ka4tA'^ '      GSbsom.YxA.x..  1:OOp^-4   ll^O am   12:00 noonr   12:15 (����  IJiuJtidei Thprntonby, Nelson, ond fficotes lslaijd.  PLEASE RESERVE S^ATS IN ADVANCE,  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO VICTORIA ARRANGED.  1  ONE WAY FARES TO OR FROM VANCOUVER:  Blind Bay,, -_._ ..._-...__2__40 _    Pender Horiaour ;.-t^--_:  Earls Cove 20.65  Egmont    J : 19.60  Sechelt ������... : 9:00  Gibsons     _'. I 9:60  K^at^Js.   -rr-:l-��� ,9:00  Holf fcuia for childre_ undeir 1ft ofaimpaoiei by odtdl-,  RATES AND SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE  x^^A9L25  Ruby ioke  __21.70  . Sdkinavy. Irdke 21.70  S&cfet Cove 16.45  fHgrmahby .. 17.15  Vanaubi-i   22.40  /imix/>fXtf/'ffM'/=/./:///i  t(isM*itMtMi-/;M?/i/:/  Secbelt-, B.C.  Authorized Djealer for  MERCURY OUTBOARD  MOTORS  i      Open 8 o.m. to 6 p.m.  phone Bus. 685-9626  Re*. 085-2093  l�������Hw����M����n_il��w����-������W��W��__��'W������M->��_*i��a"i��  Will be held Weekly ot the Health  Unit office. Gibsons from Monday,  October 21st to Monday November  25th. Fo* registration please contact  Health Unit, Gibcono.  Phone 886-2228  s  V"-'  "mmMM*tm  ���up mi 11 ijiuwpw ihpi  FOR SBX DAYS WfeDf^ESDAY IO TUE:  16 - 22  ^...awtyt-ih'".  I  S  ORTGOODS  CHiLHHrE^I AHD IHEFANTS  WEAI3  LAIDSES' SH>HTS ITJEAE.  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  :  w      '' 'lit !JMW"'��> ih { ��  ��  ,<��!  !!�� .*!  t If I' M        U  Wi  B^^^^^^yMggBST_P  TWliBGHT TE-iEATEIi  GJDSOMS |j  YYYYLLy^L.L^yz.Y,yy:L\-x\  Sow�� Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BfJllBif-lG  SUPPUES  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  SS3&��  nwwaijw  SssHlsa  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  PEf.1f.SULA DRIVE-EM  ON HIGHWAY 101 at SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHOHE 035-2311  RECIPES  mamma    ^^ttta^^tm ^Hpi^ mtt^am^      pihwpi^if ^ymt^^  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  4htm  STIREO - B & W and COLOR T.V,  Flillj. equipped IFp* Color T.V.  Dealer for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phone 886-2280  GIBSONS, B.C.  __r.��Mgl_��  SHORT-CUT COOKING MADE EASY  ^lew ore Veoetablo Beef and Chicken Vegetable soup irilxes, and for a budget  supper thot requires a minimum of preparation we recommend Chill Con Carne with  Spaghetti, which gets much of lis tongy flovour from a package of the vegetable beef  soup, or Casserole Chicken a  la King, made with the new chicken vegetable oaup.  CHILI CON CARNE WITH SPAGHETTI (Serve* 01  3/4 cup onion, chopped  1 % lbs, ground t>ecf  3 tbspc, butter or margarine  1 (28 ot.) con tomatoes  1 tbsp, chill powder  1 /A tsp. prpper ( ,  Saute onion and beef In butler or margarine until brown. Add teimotola., chill  powder, pepper, vegetable lx>t. soup mix and spaghetti pieces, Cpv/Rr ��Sh_ simmer gently  until spaghetti Is tender, (oprojUmately 20 minutes). Add red kidney beam. Cookj  covered, additional 5 minute*.  1   envelope Llpton vegetable beef soup  mix  1 cup (4 oz,) uncooked cpaghettl, broken  Into 2" pieces  2 (15 oz,) cans red kidney beans  CASSEROLE CHICKEN A LA KING (Serve* 4-6)  I envelop* Llpton chicken vegetable  coup mix  1 envelope Upton cream of chicken noup  mix  1 cut. hot water  1 % cups milk  2 cups cooked chicken, cut Into pieces  1 cup drained cooked poos  2/3 cup sliced mushrooms  2 cooked carrots, cut Into large pieces  1/4 cup chopped onion  1  package refrigerator biscuits  ' " Furnishings audi  ''AppEssisces'  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone ��05-2050   -   Secfteft, D.C  ill  SIS & 'SUPPLIES  Your Kemfone  Shcrv/fn Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 08&-9S33  , ,   Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Pashion Is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  i    ' If��l0lt��*S  fei-wnp, B.C. - P_t. B��5-��94,  Blend chicken vegetable soup ehd cream of chicken jsoup mlxen. Add hot water.  Simmer 8-10 minutes.. Stir In milk ahd heat Until ^cVHIatly ihldtened. Add chicken ond  vegetables. Pour Into 7-quart cos��*��Dle, Cut noch refrigerator biscuit- Into fourths,  Arrange on edge^ rounded side down, in casserole, Bake 425'* f. 0-10 minutes, Reduico  temperatwre to 375" F, ond bake 12-15 minutes.  Myjwff^fflSffiij  a��77iZ..,ii,;?'a_a  iya|^a  SS^SE  SSS  ^^^e  ILIMjii,,  SEsa  25c A wmw  Vftii. bDMPLETELY I&-STAU-  -    A WSW SHELL FUCINACE  Complete  with  oil  burner, ducts  work ond oil tonk In your hom��.  Ga\\   Bud  Kiewitr  you*- fthell ���%i  Distributor.  '"$i^-2133 Gtbimnz, DC.  #_a_a__g|j!i*!ft^^  M4  ��*,,,.,,., ,.,..v,im^lh^^tt ���, .1^,j^��_^?f_^,rt^^^B^n��^-h^-ff.^��^,��-f ����*''?r��*,1 rpw  ��T'f*'l.lfl*H(^1* f��Wtf* M^B)**!,.**!)"  ,UI^ #��..*. f<'"V" *"**lt"pt i,-.**^r'i!i��^.-.v.-f'^<^^fli^i��r*i*.��  "(WrtyWwj**^^"*"" ^"|>pfl��nif tf  '^^n^iKmii*. ��<f_i mwtwipswii*, inum* --1�����������*���<>. *f n��w������.  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