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Array /_^,...___,.._..___...471   -^-y^^|^^  '���' >- ^ ^ ���'. /\^ y. .p.pytfr: f n->/ y  y<-   A'- pi( y:'' }v^pi'^P'i   * s*   ��� "  - Authorized aS _ri_pM4_��ft$i  mail by *he *fr_*  * 0epartment/OttoW5OA*  Y^.  >YY/  JP\l  /Yt  *_*__�� 7 AiAticn-mKiiig cnarge  W&&#% ____&*_��& tw��&_r >>_*V Bfc-ijr *_Vv MMdU lu^  Mfotej %ag&iraifa Charier, Wi-telstfi^'dt, - employed but fe trying^ ty get back jnto  ^jy^;iftoSe<_jefe,wh_-^ Jiichael Chart-;  school' "       '     '   ���-   ; --Y- \    -v  nad/Mteiln/of'^Sson-CtM, enfc>ecCa;~r^T��7ftUT_Mfe___  plea- ol. guiltyf_o:ttJft o^Caceof ^ch4_ildri& V..?S2S2r?k!K'  such facilities bad no alternative. ^UrtJje^  the practice-pf 4_teh-_Mng-is quite' preval-J  ent.in. the .area and be was therefore .surprised - that be * should have - been. singled'  out.    '_-, '        \'     s      V "*        Y  '   Tbe magistrate explained to him.that.  Mtch_iiking Is against <the law and thai, as  a driver himself be' bas frequently encount-  August 21 to contributing to Juvenile delinquency Involving a sixteen year-old Vancouver girl with whom he' bad taken off  on a ten day jaUbt during-which intimacy  bad taken place between them. .  T A pre-^ri^e.lfiepart-iijdicated -tbe-feet  that Seaman'bad 1>een arrested on 4th Av-  exed* hazardous conditions resulting from  ' ehue, .Vamuver, last year on \a vagrancj  charge-Ibis,,foe. said, was a false- charge  and at the-time he bad been in tbe com  young people taking up half tbe highway-  while" attempting to thumb down a lift. He  also pointed out that there are four trips  a day by 4he local bus service.  . In imposing a sentence of ten dollars or  two days jail, be told Chartrand; "I am  not'going to condone hitch-biking and any-  one else,brought before me guilty 'of the  offence will be dealt with."  . _  . Asked if, he required time to pay ibe  fine/ Cbartrand said be would serve ibe  two days, jail instead.     ���    pany ,of ten associates. He -ilso" told-the  court that during his stay in Oakaila await  ing sentence, .he bad done a lot of thinking  and has reached the conlusioh that he it>  too honest; '-'I feel now ithat tbere was no  evidence against me and that had I ob  tained services of a lawyer I would have  beaten this charge." - ,  He was told a lawyer would hardly  have helped under the circumstances. In  imposing a sentence of three months del  inite and one year indefinite in ihe young  offenders branch of Oakaila, Magistrate  Mittelsteadt'said,' ".I hope this will give you  an opportunity to straighten yourself omt  I bave also taken into acoimt time already  served and am imposing tbis sentence .tor  your own good. * - - j  it*  ���  -ft&&��fc * ��� %3��2LSkK  . i  SSSSM  ���**  ^*t__*_k  ���><*_        i_n__L _*__..-__n_*  *     . * __* Hi  IN POSSESSION  Two youths entered guilty pleas to charges of minors in possession of liquor. Both  tfere fined $50 each and given until September' 27 to pay.  .* Charles Craigen was seen by two 'members <>f "the RCMP shortly after midnight  oi August" to'in company wUb. _turee other  ypn&is'^ttmg down drinking'. 'When the po-  liep.��ar approached, Craigen, was seen ,to.  r^^a^paper bag \yhich he smashed tothe-  grouncC. Or', examination It was disovered  tip. contain a broken" wine bottle, other beer  SSSErfS^'iL? Vk^'PJ*^ ATTHE tortfacoming Elderly,Citfceii Coiin-  S^^fi?!^ ��� ^f^' CttU" ��� -��eB-r'�� -Seminar- being ield-in Victoria  ge^otfered no defence m ��ourt..        ,      0ctober M ^u^ve, the opening address  \ Elgh^e^ year "old Howard'Joe WSa_ char-.- will be given by the Honourabte Isabel'  i(ed.foUowi^.a"cKe<^'by,'police,'who'were Dawson. This seminar and the subsequent  investigatiiig a complaint of liquor drinking counsellors is a new approach into the area  aqd the s-RPlyibg of same "to young girls. of~a~ method of obEainmg up* to ~date~infor-  Joe was cau^it seated in the bushes with mafion'fof flie elderly citizens throughout  a,gaL bottle of wane.   '                             ' British Columbia, mrty-five citizens will  ' At the scene he refused to state where be attending from throughout the Province,  he'liid obtained the liquor but in court said < Mr, T. Green will repsresent the Powell  he' bad found it in an unoccupied bouse on Biver area and M. W. Haley will represent  the\r_serve. Told by the magistrate "that the Peninsula.  Local representative  for Citizen's seminar  Elphinstone Secondary . - ^  Sixteenfli' Gireiauatibxi: efiiiif  ateacte capacity audience  Catholic Women's League twrsary was  presented to Jo-anne Wheeler.  Also warded tot Hie first tame this year,  Gibsons Co-operative bursaries went to  Susan P-Khajskj and Pat -Warn.'    .  Department' of Indian Affairs bursary  was awarded Gary Jones,      -   '  Trophies ' y  Headlands Shield" awarded tot top marks  went to Louise Johnston.      .   -  ' ,  Coast (News shield awarded.student.with  highest aggregate on non-aicadetrbic programme went to Sandra Ward.   ' "' ,  Lard Elphinstone Cup, awatded Student  with highest aggregate on academic-technical program went to Steve McCourt.    ?oh Fritter Trophy was awarded grade  AS THE Director of the JSociety i�� charge    RB No. i Seehelt, B.C., or if you wish, give   ~ TOdaVsj"graduates will assist  in W*   eleven stodent Marilyn Hcjpkins,    '   ,_    .  of finances, I hdve asked 4a�� treasurer    it "to <_ie of the dnrectoiB.or 46 de at Box   ".break through"   period;   the ' eduxjatltov  v ^ave 1^s>' mm w,as '&&&*&& '<��  to tptesetA *�� JfHo-fate ^tentent of our    257, ^echelt. /        , , .   j' Tec&ved ^r must���be <ionsidered as m   ^SJSfJST*���^ ���* cm Pr?��>   "  ^_^^:B^^.^_^:W*    .^int^^to^that^^a^   ��*��**j��^^  4heir patea$& ae-TOHMB- _w��a��n. ,   .,y  ^ ��� .  ^ .��� v      .    . always  shown an&, Prizes . ��� '  r^uir6d^I0 ^r cej��t cash 6om Sfce'com-    ^'"&K_eiyrAH 'over~<Janada,Tthere"is a   thanks to .he teachers with regrets that'      Top scholar-book prize,"grade 11���3)eJ)-  ..__._. _ ._i. _.-_._i .....' ���. _,....   ..      desfce ^ do sometiubg for older folks and   feey bad not aearnt imor���' ��ver Jthe years . orah Dockalr. Textiles.lfc^Eabflc-House).  Caqdji Minfo Swan..;> ..   , <���' ���   ���  . i\   *   ������__  Fkaioe Director reports  homes among Canada's best  ELEHrasaxM!ffi.Second3ry..Schojoi bgdfef  sixteenth graduation ceremony on Saturday, September 14 and once again the  auditorium was filled to .capacity as* paf��  ents, teachers, -friends and well1 wisberft  gathered for the final assembly of forty-opfe  graduates.   - :  Father Power 0.<M.I. ^ave the invocation and Principal W. S. Potter expressed  the sdiool's appreciation for public interest  in tiio ceremony.    ' > -   }'  District Superintendent of Schools Sfr.  B. it. Hanna gave a nicely balanced 4--*  dress -fiber aMy, interspersed with1 amusing  anecdotes. He reminded graduates of ihe  ever accelerating rate of ebaiige bringfog-  a nostalgiatfor days gone by and a blurring  of convicitibn at all levels.      - ���* t>-  " Today's! graduates will assist i% mef  ''breafc through" period; the ' eduxja&taK  recerv_d toqsay* must <be Considered as the'r  Volume 5, No. 42 IOC  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1966'   < '  Seohelt Chambers'  21si Anniversary  ALL members and invited guests wishing  to attend Xhe Gala. Banquet of the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce at  the Peninsula Dining Boom Saturday, September 21 are asked to notify one of the .  following; fSricbe Hensch, Jack Mayne,  Doug Wheeler or John Hayes.'  ^Entertainment -was-previously-announced as refreshments, banquet and a variety  concert by a Vancouver professional group.  This bas now been extended to include dan-  ing afterwards te a four inece brchestea.  -Last minute preparations have been going on }n order to prepare the new Peninsula Dining Boom for its first official  function and an excellent smorgasbord bas  been assured by management. Seating capacity for about two hundred will be available and it is expected that close to this  number will be present.  "Inordr to obtain representation from  1__4oria, six cabinet members including  , Premier W.. A. C.: Bennett^^were approach^  ed either directly or through their secretaries but none were available due to other  committments. An invitation has been extended to Minister .without Eojptfolix. .Isabel  Dawson; and great credit igoes- to liberal  MP Bay Perault who agreed to-appear as  guest .speaker at short notice. Mr. Perrault  , will By here directly from Ottawa on Saturday.  Auxiliary Executive  holds active session  EXECUTIVE of the Hospital Auxiliary  Thrift Shop .held-the monthly meeting on  September 10th when representatives from  all six auxiliaries were present There "was  a general clean up and pricing session followed by a business meeting. ~ '  Improvements to the children's department svere decided upon and also an-item.  of interest to the public���4be shop will no>v  open on Thursday mornings from 10 a.m.  until 1- p.m. commencing September 19th.  This will be in addition to the regular Saturday business and mil continue if the  public finds it "of use. "  ,   '  ' Clean used clothing is still needed, also  pocket books, jewellery and white elephant  items. Tot collection please contact your  'j   P f  Li  x Y "i  ^P\  Yy  P'l "  Top scholars .  Tbree students who qualified for top  awards this year at Eiphinstone Graduation are: bowse Johnston who is  attending. University of British Columbia in the faculty of Art; Steve  McCourt now studying engineering  at, U,B.C. and Sandra Ward who is  presently on the staff of the Bank of  Montreal, Gibsons.  Fund raising raffle  aids senior citizens  DBAW for the prizes in the senior citizens' housing raffle _>��_ be on October  2 and all tickets shoifid be returned to  Mrs; M. Tinkley or Mrs. O. McGregor by  ibe end of September,  - Still another fine prize has been added  to ihe' already impressive list for whicb-  winners will be drawn on October 2nd. It  ���Si\._S_s2__!_E_ft^__��i __r.___r____-r_5"��iS_  of two wild martens which were trapped        toys ot games in good condition willbe  *-*  munity is at band. You will mecall from the  brochure <<��h&i this was ^necessary before  the government would allow us to go ahead  with Ahe project. You will also readily understand that this is only a small financial  part of the total cost.  Our first ten units are among the finest  in Canada. In checking with other Senior  Citizens Housing across Canada, we find  /that the Surishine Coast unite haye foun  Unique features not found together elsewhere | hi (any place we know. Here we  have a Vefcy level open area, adjacent to a  park, here we have a proximity to the  viftter.on eveh terrain, here we have easy,  shopping facilities and here we have a fine  hospital close.by. These outstanding qualities are ours because the Board of I)irec-  teris alter; checking all the Sunshine Coast  chose jt^ property. I Other properties' were  offered even as free" gifts, but because of  such wonderful advantages, these lots were  chosen and it is noted that they leave room  for future- expansion. The cost of this land  was -$i_>,(KK) and we are now anxious to  have it paid for and save interest charges.  Besides the land payment, we should have  at least $5,000 as a contingency fund, this  means that wc are inviting you all to  raise $20,000 as soon as possible.  ���yfe, would ask those who have not made  any contribution as yet if they would be  willing to give now. If any can add to what  has already been' given it would be appreciated. Later nve may have a monthly contribution plan. but we * would like to have  the cash in ��� hand at present. Will you be  rejsponsive to the appeal by sending youxj  donation to the TSpca-urer, Mr,,Ben Firth,  it our pride in our area and   they bad  gained  a  rich  background  of.'. Barbara Bpza (nee Giant), petnqc. -_L E.    Etic E  it will produce an immed-   knowledge and.hoped to become more re-   '(Women's Institute)���Mary��Lamh.,^Doreen   p^^    sponsible adults.      - Stewart   Medal  awarded" pernor  typist���  we _ire sure that  our kindly spkit  iate and "generous response,  Elsewhere in The Times is tfae statement  of'receipts and disbursements up to and  including September 12, 1968.  IjE you feel you are not to make a gift,  would you be willing to become a member  of the Society by paying a $2.00 initiation  fee and a $1.00 annual membership; contact Mrsr Mary Tinkley at 885-9479, RR No,  lfvHalfmoon Bay.  Scholarships.  Louise Johnston and Mary Rita Cross  won provincial government scholarships.  Louise who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs  Dave Johnston of Gibsons is  Lost camera locaied  WHEN Mr. and Mrs. H. Glese df (Burnaby  ��� lost-their icaniera on the, Frances Penl-;  -ulA'Bbad" recently, they had only a forlorn  hope that they would ever se�� it 'again,  However a classified ad. in the Times hop'  ing that someone local onay find It  A few days later, Mrs. G. Raffle of Sechelt was'reading classified advertisements  jn the Vancouver Sun when she noticed  someone in Vancouver bad found a camera  on 'this very road. As a result of the two  ads. and an observant reader, Mrs. Gleso  picked up her camera in Vancouver and  wishes to express her thanks to Mrs. Raffle.' .;,:,���  Another reader also phoned to say she  had noticed the ad. In the daily paper;  which. proves. that it pays to read tlio  classified ads���all of them.  University of British Columbia and Rita,  the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gross  of Secbelt is attending Notre Dame University.     ���;.'���������.���������  Louise Johnston also qualified for the  Chris Spencer scholarship awarded in  school districts 46 and 56 inclusive and the  Sechelt District P.T.A, scholarship' for  achieving 89 per cent in the government  exams.',,   ,  Gordon Hauka and John Charman were  awarded ��� Sechelt' ^eaiqhers' Association  scholarship.  ',���-Vfvn,' Bow Memorial,' Kiwanis busary  was presented to Jim Jludolph. Gibsons  Branch, Stoyal Canadian Legion scholarships -were awarded: Norman Blatchford,  Robert ��aba. Slteve iMcCourl; Chuck  Weathcrill;. Bob Wing and Rita Gross.  .', Presented for the first time this year,  Canadian Forest Products scholarships  were awarded Robert Nixon who is attending B. C. Institute of Technology and  Philip' Reeves who is attending U.B.C.  Sechelt Auxiliary to1 St; Gary's Hospital,  1957 bursary was awarded Beverley Szabo  and 1958 bursary to Carol Procknow, who  are both taking up nursing.  Eastern Star bursary, was awarded to  Phyllis Hauka.  Nancy- Le Warne. Mrs. .S^i^.^iedaLS_P_  12-^aiI flPrice. Mrs. Searj^iim^^l^'-llf-  May Hansen. Kinsmen Sodal Studies, il���  Trudyr"Swanson,:  French-"-iCoiJ-ftJ^ftj^''book ���  attending the    *?MLF^^  Tasella Shop; -fifeo&elfc-A #ew-ia_3Se-��jd__*s  ate still 'available at fhe Peninsula Times  office ot the .Tassela Shop in Sechelt, from  Mrs. Irene" Green in Gibsons, fifcwn Mr-  Rosen in Roberts Creek, or tete-  Mrs. TickUep at 885-9439 for the  name ot your nearest ticket seller.  Pe^ember.  The executive wishesi'to"take*Oi_5 cqjpor^  tunity to thank the Peninsula Times for  excellent coverage for the" Auxiliaries1 and  the general public for their patronage in  this worthwhile project for their local hospital.  arship hook pi^,-gr.-aj^Louise: Johnston.  Scholarship award- (School)  .���'.. Honour Society roils and pans were presented to: Louise Johnston; Pat Warn and  Phil 'Reeves, all receiving 3rd stars.  Deborah Dockar, 2nd star; Steve McCourt  and linda Price, crests,  Citizenship awards      (  Grade (H���Rita Ono (star); Karen Kara-  teew <cres't); Flashes���John Barnes; Jill  Cobleigh; Deborah Dockar; Sandra Parsons; Karen Rudolph and Elliott Trueman.  Griade 12���2nd star:; Phil Reeves;, Joanne Wheeler; Pat Warn. 1st star: Nor?  man Rlatehford; Steve McCourt; Brenda  Weinhandl and liee Wliren; Crest iGiajll:  Price, Flashes���JEpsther ^Jarey; Louise  Johnston; Janet Laking; Mary' Lamb;  Steve Macklam; Janet Plows;; Jim Rudolph and. Jaci Spencer. > Y   '  '  Students council  Service pins were presented to, retire;  ing Students' Council: Presidcht, Steve McCourt; Vice-president, Rita Ono; Secretary,  ���see paga A-3  Interesting speaker _> .  fScliool Blstricf supe:  shows wealtii of ex  TEAR? bave no place in learning, stated  Sechelt School District's new elementary  school supervisor, W. J. Barton wben be  spoke briefly on elementary education at  last week's board meeting.  District Superintendent B. R. Hanna}  commented on Mr. Barton's extensive experience which includes B. Ed. degree at  U.B.C.; teacher training in England and  ten years experience in the field of education in England, Jamaica and Bermuda.  Before coming to this district he spent some  time in Yukon and Alert Bay.  Following his introduction to trustees,  Mr, Barton outlined some thoughts on education which "is a lifelong process". Many  people are overwhelmed by tbe number of  changes in elementary school education  which is shifting from the locked step grade  system of the past. Emphasis is on understanding rather Jhan memorization of sup-  erfidal facte which acounts for the new  arilhmentic which introduces students to  Algebra. In the past Algebra came as a  shock to students entering high school; in  a similar manner reading is extended to  literature. The abilities of children have  long been underestimated, stated Mr. Barton.  Children must team to think positively  about school and learning. Individual differences must be recognized in each child;  the grade system ignored this, setting an  impossible task for some who left school  feeling they were second class citizens.  The quality of pre-school education  limits or enhances what can be done In  elementary school which is similiary related to secondary school, jobserved Mr.  Barton who is an extremely interesting  speaker.  i \  Rise ollB  : . .:   .:_ 5 0'    v".-.'  -MY'Y'.'��Y��  '���i    ','','     '  _ .-<-Jy *' y<.^,  KG��V'#I  r  SCHOOLS BhowinK the greatest increase In  student enrollment this term are Elphlh-,  atone Secondary school Increased by' ��� 70  students over June figure of 624 ond Sechelt  Elementary which now has 432 student* an  increase of 61,  Gibsons Elementary school has;568 eto-  dents an Increase of 23 and Pender Har',  bour Secondary school enrolled 131 students  showing an Increase of 24,  Other schools remain fairly static, Juno  enrollments shown | In bracket*; West Sechelt 44 (40); Langdale 132 (127); Roberts  Creek 137 (136); Madeira park 221 (221);  proposed new activity room in the expansion wilt not have a stage but will bave  folding tables so that It can bc used as a  lunch room. The existing stage is considered adequate.  Plans for Elphinstone expansion have  been checked out with Principal W. S. PWU  ter and staff and are ready to go to referendum; they will include Jaboratoxy facilities.  DEPARTMENT CUT  Secretary J. Metxler reported tbat Department of Education has reduced referen-  1 ���-Vi-'  u  +i&^jMPy  1 't�� * .y* - '  :W*  "I  �����.  0#*f. _*?if} i' \V  f-  .v.  "-'-'���i-f-"*"**'  ���..  ��*. *��  . .���   ���..__   ���     -o    *  >   1.*  Hew appointment  i'-3>/ /        \\     �� �����..������     'T\   ; i\mZ ai\      .M      :        k  hZTa S?v sf r��rTZoni it 02)   ���__   *"* No- 8 by *X'm "J*? ^*?* *   SupcrviBor of Elementory Grades in  Davis Bay ftl (51);  Egmont 11 112), -no    Indlan Arfaln} grant u, <bc district for con-    cJ*_it  _^h��_.l  ,1 _��!,.,.    Mr   WaliM-  fitniction costoj At tlie July board meeting  JJowan island )3 (V.).  OPEN HOSE  Gibsons Elementary School cnp��n��lon  is expected to be completed by September  20 and Principal GeorKC Cooper la planning  a iwibllc night. ��o that tho first open area  UsMching complex In till* school district  may be Inspected.  REFERENDUM  Sechelt Elementary Shool now lia* a  total of five rented classrooms and plana  Elphinstone Graduates i  Tlrirty-tliree of Elphlnslone's  forty-   year's Grade 12 class decorate<l lhe umn   blossoms   which   graced   the  one   graduates   assembed   for   the   -backdrop .with pale green and yellow stage were presented by Mrs. F. J. arc being, made for expansion of <hi* eehoo!  colorful graduation ceremony which   rosettes and streamers radiating out Wyngaert"and Mrs. ;G. Charman. to be included in referendum No. 9. W-Uto  took place on Saturday evening. This   to "GRADS W. profusion of Aut- ���'��"',. Buiwintendcnt,, Mr. llanna reported that  it waa stated that only $17,070 mwM be  used out of Indian Affaira money to help  Offset the cost of Gibsons Elementary  Sctiool expansion.  Mr, Mctder believes tbat it will be possible to have most of money reallocated  by the Dept. of Education.  IPLE FMNPS  Tlte secretary also observed that there  appeared to be aurplus funds in referenda  4, 5 and 6 amounting to $32,000 wbicb wmtid  be invested in deposit receipt* as it bas  been lying Idle for some ttowr.  Sechelt School > district, Mr. Waller  J. Barton has vast experience in the  field of education, having spent ten  years in schools in i England, Jamaica and , Bermuda. Prior to .bin  appointment he spent Ihree years in  the Yukon as supervisor of elementary education and one year as special vocational guidance counsellor  with Department of Indian Affairs.  A boating enthusiast, JVJr. Barton  who is not married, recently cruised  from Skagway to IJund in a convcr-  tcd lifeboat.  \  v  ���W-IWt^Hlp^M"'****'*"'  . ��*�����4�� ,w_n�� a^^9,t ���^���mmmmtt ywnmn i _��^��"iw"��������� ^mt ��� -<iw��i  ^r,tyr..,.,. ���-.,.,.'- - ^f^ff^m^^m^^^^^t^  Hfm>*>m  Nwrtwi*******^  .. c  t     I vv - t 1  ,iW>.r?-4-^<!,ir,sr,* :_.^["��_,vYi "'<t^t-^,^YYf. 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REAL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (ContinuedJ   CARS and TRUCKS  ZS  ��*���    ��       '       <C7��__ . ' aecnajr- rntme ___-v��3.  |   THERsNppi^^�� CSbso^.Ph-ne 88*2^5  ,C8_ss*f*esi  .j  ���JL__i  SUPPLIES tOR SALE (CwifiaisetO* * ^ Fbl-lsk_^tc__tf?ttw^f 1  Published Wednesdays by, the  The Peninsula Times Ltd.i  dt-Secheltj B.C.  "------���������-- *         -'IT 1 T���I 1 r    II    f-\ 1 f  * 4. -. *        *. . .  * <1 , 4., ^-A��.J| J-  ' WORK WANTED (Ce^.) ;  ties and businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES. ^  ,   yL     < wss-tpa    '62  MEItCUE-^ Meteor,'  good  ' BEDROOF&S--Modem ��4f- 'bed/- runtringp cmiditon, -just *over-  Yioonr hamfron Z lote^close hi' hauled. Ph. 885.9751.'   <��j74_4  bwch and,safe boat anchorage."' -���   j,_.t ���  .���.���,,;.r _:���  laying, wm, 28x15;; fittp.Se AJSSSfd^aLt2m' * m^  __ i . <?    _.. ... -  ..��v     *,��f* $200 belowr town price, for  PITS  ^X?J��tw&T?a& ^mm^m^xM^  ��.��_.v _t��* ������? "_1!.���?-r'16       ter Pump with jfrressure ,con-  ,Hr^wxy_^>;cha__s\engIis_'ltd'- !!8af*__ff_��' &��?*������  Member^ Audit Burenu  of Circulations  March 31,1968  Grass Circulation 2066  Paid Circulation 1807  (Subject to Audit)    ���  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (IS words)  One Insertion  50c  .$1.00   10c  Three  Insertions _____  extra lines (5 words) _  (This rate 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 Rotes  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens Vz price  By carrier . 50c month  COMING EVENTS  Wed., Thun, Fri.,  Sept. 18, 19, 20  STAY AWAY JOE  Starring Elvis Presley  (Note:   Matinee Sat.,  2 p.m.���  Free   draw  for  prizes:   Quick  Shake outfits, value 79c eacb)  ' Next Week:  Walt Disney's  THE HAPPIEST  MILLIONAIRE  9608-42  ENGAGEMENTS  MR. AND .MUS. Alex Simpkins  are pleased to announce tbe  engagement of their daughter  Marilynn CMherine Frances to  William John Ayres (Bill's TV),  sob. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Ayres of Gibsons. 9610-42  Wedding Announcements  MR. AND MRS. William A. Cameron of Pender Harbour  wish to. announce toe forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, June Ellen to Arnold C.  Miller, son of Mr.^-and Mrs. A.  MSUer, V-mcouver. Tbe wedding  will take place on Saturday,  November 2 at 7:30 p.m. in  St, James United Church, Van-  9597^2  evenings.    -  < -  y    9545-43 ' Smmycrest Shopping' Centre- '**&&*��*&*. ^m 2***-!  ���   >     �� -J' ,'7Y * . Gibsons . ,'      s��le ��J 6wrier. Pfao��e evenings  BSS!?lS^f^_?tf,!r&' *-_*__��   -he, S__S_i_e  Copst   SKi,%2_?'ffi��   T  mature, rebate,   .vcnild bke- ^th. a  compete Pwfessio^l   PJf ^��a���Tunes' ^ *}���*��:  dl^r.nart time ��mn1_vir��iout. ��� Seirt*^e clielt-. B.C-'   r -   - 469-1**��  ,    Real Estate ���: Insurance, -  ' CGeneral' and Life)  Law C-_Ice' and Notary Public  (R.^F. Btomett) -  Prompt attenipa to purchase or  sale of property from inception  to j registration...  full'or, part time employment,  good references. Phone 885-2378.  ,    ^j 9587-42  CARPENTER wort, alterations,  carports,   "etc    885-234-    or  evenings 885 ._��(_ __87*-_n  4 EWART McMYNN  REAtTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public." ,,  ���   ' , Mem'ber     ''   ,  !ts & ENGINES  ;11DE'S &r sale, 5V_  '5. ead_' Eh.   885r-2007.,  .     x *    '   8583-tfa^  )UT boat storage avail-  Sdfe and dry tor winter.  Ph. 886-2400; Shaw Rd. Gibsons.  9516-tfn  WANT a little-joy ia your life?>  Ruy?' a ppp&e pup for' your  mfe./Ftom:\^o, most colors.  Registered abd. -inoculated. Also experience^, clipping. Phone  885-9797.      ' \< \ 9605-42  _, _J __j   FREE to g<��d>ome, 4 Giimea  pigs; veryqu^et. Ph. 885-9996.  9591-42  LOST  To list or purchase call now ���  Our experienced salesmen' are  , at your service^      *Y  886-2481   l'     8546-tfn  GIBSONS���IdeaL young family  home on v^ew lot close to  schools. 2 bedrooms, puts den.  .Vancouver Real Estate Board,  TRAILERS  Multiple- listing Service  ,       V  PHONE  886-2248  We have several blocks of acreage for immediate development or for "holding".    \ 'y  Six roomed view home on 70 ft  FOR SALE  30 FT. (ANDERSON)  TRAILER  Very Clean $2,350  WANTED .  WILL   purchase   patches    of  standing timber. Phone 886-  2459. 1681-tfn  HELP WANTED  WAITRESSES with some experience wanted for banquet this  weekend.    Apply   Peninsula  Drive in any day; about 3 p.m.  9600-42  SALAL WANTED .. -���__ _-__., _    _ ,   .^   ���       ���  tod vrie-t. i��i<_   Gnm_ miaiiiv serviced view lots in,now borne   pces^ $10,000 -down on $35,000    CANON camera with 1.2 lens  r-cpmS CoSct TlL SSS area, i^cb priced, at $2250 witb   ^Price.            '      ���      ..-       and 135 mm telephoto lens,  Reed   Mods  &  Fern, Sechelt,  885-9313.                             9532-tfn  SET of Wrenches in black case  at Selma   Park  beach.   Reward. Please return to Times  office. 9607-42  FOR SALE  ette, floor.model. Offer^.,Phone  885-2205 after G p.m.. or ai 12  noon.    '* :  '      ^  -    ����ll-42  RADllINTON and tennis, rackets restrung, ��adminteP $4.50,  tennis $5.00.-' 18" airtight. heatY  ers $7.95. Also assorted hunting knives. Your E��gldaire Ap-  pli^nce Dealer,- Gibsons, witb  GMAC Payment Plan. Earls in  Gib^ohs,, Winston Robinson,  prop. 886-9600. 9603-42  ALMOST new portable electric  typewriter.    Smith    Corona,  $130. Ph. 885-2007..        ' 9SS9-^  OIL floor furnace, central beating. No ducfcf required. Two  oil drums and stand. Excellent  trols, swifches, 63 gallon "tank,  air control, ' electric motor,  guage, foot', valves, -ete.>'iiaU  complete. Also pump ttotlse.  Will demonstrate it oil our well,  ni> longer-required. A-l shape;  served 9 cabins easily. $140.  Plume 885-9565. 958242  tLARGE wooden above ground  ',, water storage tank, approx.  '2,000 gals with complete structure.  Offers.  885-9565.    9581-42  r 1 ��� ���       1 -   ���     - 1 ���  FOR limited time only���Chick-  r ens 50c. Each alive, no dressing, 8S5-2058.: 9583-tfn  1 1 11 1 1 1     -1 __���_ '-���-* i     11  2^ UPRIGHT    fridges,     good  ^ond.yige. space heater; elec.  lot, has 16x19 ft.  living roojfi"-   Ab Haddock, Madeira Park.  v&ih beatilator fireplace, h__t- Ptone1883-2440.  1939-40  Autooil   heating:   Full   price m tan^e�� P161^ <* cupboards;  $11^00. Terms.    ���     * ,' s"^ ��> ground Afar b^s two>      ' bedrooms, also- is view area,-   SWAP  Your choice of 2 adjoining folly Doublet garage and double ser-  4S  easy terms.  Level cleared lot in bay area.  Ideal building: site. FuU price  only $1,250.    :  SCHOOL DISTRICT No.  (Secbelt)" ��� ���  A full itime janitor is r^uifed  for Sechelt EUementary School-  commencing. October 1^ Starting salary will be $418.00 per  month rising * ?_a.���0 a_t|r Mn>bLEPOINT-�� acres close  successful completion Qf a>-   to 3^^ ^y wittt 5^^ and  DAVIS BAY���-Fully-serviced  view lot eO'xlSO' in fast developing area close to excellent  beach. Full price $2250.  Two bedroom borne, on quiet  view street,twith small concrete'  basement and A-oil furnace.J  $12,500- foil price1 foclud?s __E  fornishings and rockgas ranged  "ficy -half -down.  couver, B.C.  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to express our sincere gratitude to Dr. Burt-  nick, the nurses and staff of  St. Mary's Hospital for their  kindness and to our friends,  sincere appreciation for their  sympathy and help during our  recent 'bereavement ���Mrs.  Bmg' and  Family. 9580-42  PERSONAL  SECHELT Avon  representative  Mrs.  B.   Bmg, 885-9352.  9579-42  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims and  Adustments, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  B86-9546 and 885-9425.        489-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, P.O.  Box 294, Sechelt, B.C.   Phone  ��8-1876. 969-tfn  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy  Read     Typewriter.     Almost  new. Cost over $300, Now $175,  Phone  885-9654. 1017-tte  months probationary period]  Minimum of Grade 7 education  required. Those interested  should send written applications  to Mr. J. S. Metzler; Seeretary-  Treasurer, School District 46  (Sechelt), P.O. Box 220, Gibi  sons,  B.C. 9602-42  FOR RENT   HALL for  rent, Wilson Creek  Community HalL Contact Mr.  Glen Phillips. 885-2183. 1095-tfn  FULLY  furnished   1   bedroom  cottage for rent, $60 per month plus utilities. Mission Point  MoteL Ph. 885-9565.        9524-tfn  FURNISHED 2 bedroom waterfront cottage,  West  Sechelt  Phone Finlay Realty Ltd. 886-  9900. 9523-40  HALFMOON Bay, 5 room house  for rent. Ph. 885-9432.  9554-43  0 ���    t  ONE  bedroom, folly furnished  and    equipped    cottage   o n  beach  at  Mission Point.  Now  available.  922-5681.  West Van.  954643  FURNISHED cottage  for rent  at Halfrnoon Bay.  One  bedroom. 885-9534.    .      u     9601-44  2    BEDROOM    apartment    in  West Sechelt. W-W carpeting,  stove and fridge. No small children please. Ph. 885-2087.  9606-42  ONE bedroom, bathroom, combination kitchen - living room  suite. Electric heat> fridge and  range included.  Ph. 885-9333.  9590-42  boat    launching.  $4750.  Full    price  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Fully  serviced, beautifully treed, waterfront and semi-waterfront  lots in this scenic harbour with  year-round boating and fishing.  Priced from 52500 4o $6500.  SAKINAW LAJKE-Your choice  of 2 lakefront lots on this beautiful 6 mile long lake. Easy access via Lee's Bay. Easy terms  available. Full price $4250 each.  For these and other choice properties on the Sunshine Coast  contact Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay at our Gibsons office,  886-9900.  FINLAY REALTY LTD. ���  Gibsons and Burquitlam  8544-39  ROBERT CREEK: Immaculate  a bedrm borne on lge. W-F 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.  This fine piece of acreage has  double road front. Delightful 4  room cottage has 2 nice bedrooms, LR, bright kitchen and  features post and beam effect  throughout. Try your down payment on full price of  $16,000.  Approximately 10 Ac, south  slope, nicely treed, excellent  access, $7,000 full price.  Cozy beach home fpr retirement pleasure. 4 lovely rooms,  lge.   deck   overlooking   water,  Country home on two large lots,  with excellent waterfront: l6x  24. living room with views Jo"  three sides has beatilator^ fireplace^ two bedrooms, biglritch-  en - dining area, bath and utiL  Concrete basement wiiihYA-oU  torn., ext and int. stairs, ample waiter supply, garden, guest  cottage. Try half down on $31,-  000.  Unusual 3 bedroom country  home on 2V2 acres, close in on  good road. A-oil heat, fireplace,  ample water, outbuildings, gardens: 66,000 down for posession.  Only $15,000 full price.  $10,000 down gives possession  of $40,000 farm close to Gibsons:  year-round stream, 3 bedrm  farm house, rental, suite, big  shop, barns, etc. This is an unusual buy.  Small country home on 2Vz acres, -wiTed 220,  village  water.  , Terms price $8,000. Consideration for cash.  Country borne about 2 miles  from school, on bus line. A-gas  beating,- Jpart basement' concret- '���  ed, green house and shed, carport. Try $3,000 down on $12,-  000 full price.  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.v  3893-tf-  PANOSONIC portable AM-FM  stereo, extra speaker, new  needle, 3 months warranty left,  excellent condition $125 or" best  offer.   Phone 885-9340.     9540-42  FIRE season here:   Buy your  trash incinerator from Sechelt  Kinsmen at $3.50 each. Phone  885-9542. 9504-44  10    SPEED'   Raleigh   touring  cycle.  Immaculate condition.  Phone 885-9332. 9528-42  USED oil range, $39.95; Moffat  electric   range- $49.95;   Easy       Spiratator washer, $29.95; used  2   BEDROOM   house,   Sechelt   TV, 2 years old, new set war-  area.   Box 399 Sechelt.  TeL    ranty, $199.95. Parker's Hard-  883-2530_ , 9578-44    ware, Sechelt. 95704fn  ssrtsss:*??. -aits'*_s��*  fer. Phone ��85-9637.  9586-42  lenshood, filters, flash gun,  case. Cost $600. Swap for guns,  complete camping equip., rubber dinghy or? Ph. 883-2285.  9592-12  WANTED-TO BUY  ELECTROLUX vacuum cleaner, 1 year old. Half Price, $55.  Kenmore jewing machine $25.  or best offer. Marconi 21" cabinet TV. Immaculate condition  $175. or best offer for quick  Sale. Ph. 885-2324. 9584-42  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���'  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WAIT NY6REN SALES  1 LTD,  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  eque;1 spring bed and matttess;  1 odd teble with 4 chairs; 1  Philco console 'TV; large table  with 4 chairs, ex. condition; 1  cash register; 3 -speed record  player and misc. items. Phone  885-9781. 9593-42  160 FT. new fence material,  Striated Cedar, 5' high. Glazed Mosaic tile, 16 sq. ft. turquoise, 12 sq. ft. lavender. Ph.  .'885-2395. 9595-42  12 BASS accordion, new condi-  dition. Reasonable. Phone W.  Cameron, 883-2609. 9598-42  FOR " LETTERHEADS, enve*  opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact the Times office at Sechelt or phone 885 9654.  The Old Days Of Sail  ���by A. J. C*  "LO HOW all things fade and perish  From the memory of the old men"  (Hiawatha, Longfellow)  One memory that survives with me  dates back to 19G5 when the barque "Castle  Holme" on which I was serving was one of  53 tall -ships that were moored two and  three abreast in the Hunter River at Newcastle, the great coal port of New South  Wales, all awaiting then: turns under the     _ ^.-���__��.._j .���;���_��.__*��.  coal chutes. Few people living today have     ACaaemy OWOTO Winner  columns of the press. ,  - It was a hard, rough life in those days  ���bo union seaman of today would put up  with it. But there were weeks of ideal sailing in the track of the Tradewinds, and  in~the words of our old sailmaker who was  73 and had followed the sea calling since  he was 13���"It were fitten for a man to  do".  ANGLICAN: CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT    '  8:00 o.m. Every Sundoy  9:30 <ifm. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays      -    .  Services' held regularly in  GARDEN' BAY, REDROOFFS ond EGMONT  For, informafion phone 885-9793  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. Hilda's  E McMynn  Do Wortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B C  9596-42  TRAVEL  FURNISHED   batchelor   suite,  Sechelt  area,  low rent.   Ph.  885-2041 95?4--fn   .small guest cottage, only $15,  000.     ' '  REAL ESTATE  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5x7 SIZE, 1.25 EACH  6. (same subject) ��� 1.00 each  12 (same subject) ���.   .90 each  8x10 SIZE, 2.00 EACH  G (same subject) 1.50 each  12 (same subject) r��� 1.25 each  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  WORK WANTED  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  ��� Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, Janitor  iscrvlce, old jobs, etc. All work  Ruarantecd. RIU Sechelt, Pbone  B85-2191 or 885-2094. 1871-tfn  HANDYMAN,   cabinet   maker,  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  Ph. 880-9002. 7(50 tfn  VERNON & SON  BULLDOZING  (formerly A. E. Rltchcy)  Land Clearing with clearing  blade - Grading and  i Excavating.  '   Competent work, service  <?nd satisfaction  guaranteed.  Phono 886-2887  TWO homes on nearly 12 acres  of land with 340 ft. of highway frontage, Excellent water  supply. Large modern home has  4 bdrms. Alum, roof, full basmt,  fruit trees and garden. Phone  Chris Johnson, 886-9832.  9576-42  RARE  view  property, Sechelt.  27 acres, $25,000. Apply 9009,  c-o   Peninsula   Times,  Sechelt,  B.C. 9609-tin  THE SUN SHINES ON  Porpoise   Bay���112*    of   sandy  beach,   waterfront.   Over   ond  aero   wiUh   unfinished   3   bed.  roftm cottage. $14,000.  Sechelt ��� Close In. ROckcry,  planters, shako roof, A-oll heating, full basement. Largo living room with fireplace, 2 bed.  rooms, hardwood floors. $18,900,  1C5' of unrestricted view waterfront with the finest sandy  beach, 2 bedroom hom�� that is  a' delight to show, $38,000.  Immaculate ��� Quarter acre  fenced and In lawns, walks,  flowcrJi, flhnibs, and patios. 3  bedroom house, Ravage and outbuildings. Near schools, beach,  and stores. $21,000,  U.L.A. Porpoise Hay���1.0- n��jre��  with 100' waterfront. 3 bedroom  Imim with A/oll heating. Alwut  Vt  acre cleared.   $19,500.  Large lot, Selma Park, $2800.  Good terms,  H. Gregory 885-9392  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885^2013  Sechelt, B.C.  1W3-tfn 9OTO-ttn  GOWER POINT: Developed Vt  Ac. park, spotless 2 bdrm.  home, the charming living  room has fireplace and' opens  to modern kitchen and dining  area. Lgo. workshop, garage,  A-oil furnace keeps you cozy  and warm inexpensively. Thc  low price will amaze you,  GIBSONS: Looking for seclusion witb a view? We have approximately six ac, and *h��  price is only $2,000 and terms  are easy.  On 1 level acre in desirable  location���Modern 3 bdrm home.  All roms spacious and attractively decorated. living room  features beatilator fireplace  with raised hearth. W-W carpet. Bright kitchen has counter  top cooking surface and wall  oven in coppcrtonc, matching  fridge. Utility room. Attractive  terms   on  $20,000.  GIBSONS: Only $500 down  gives posscfislori of level 05x  130' serviced lot. $1800 FP.  View home, close to shopping,  one bedroom, large living  I room, kitchen. Self contained  suilc In basement, Good garden  noil. K.ill price $10,000. Jtealls-  tie terms.  Over 19 choice acres; with over  l.r)(M)' highway frontage, two  creeks. Full price $5500. Terms  available.  Kay   Butler   , -.   880-2000  lion McSavaney    WM5 00MI  Ed   Butler      880-2000  Don Tait  883-2281  FOR all travel information and  bookings, Margaret MacKenzie (local rep.), Eaton's Where  To Go Travel, 886-2231, Sunny  crest Shopping Plaza, Gibsons  1591-tfn  LEGAL   NOTICES  NOTICE  Application has been made by  the undersigned company, to  the Public Utilities Commission  to increase public passenger  'fares between Vancouver and  Powell River and intermediate  points.  Subject to .the consent of the  Public Utilities Commission the  increase will be effective on or  after November 1st, 1968.  Details of proposed changes  may be obtained at any Seehelt  Motor Transport Dcjxrt.  Any objection to this application may be made to tlie Superintendent of Motor Carriers,  1740 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C, up to September  30, IOCS.  Signed:  Sechelt Motor Transport  Ltd.  9502���Pub. Sept.  11, mm  K.  BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons,   B.C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LUSTING  SERVICE  958R-?.  LAND ACT  Notice of  Intention  to Apply  to I/ense Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver (Trail Buy) arxl  situate in 1 tlio vicinity of ut.  1379.  Take notice Melvln Kero of  Vancouver, occupation (school  teacher intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands;���  Commencing at a |K>st plant,  ed 000' N, then 3:10' K of the SE  corner of DL 1370, thence (MM)'  Nj thence XW E; thenco mi' s,  thence 330' W, And containing  five (5) acres, more or Wnn,  for   the   purpose   of   homch.it.)  Dated July 30, 11M58.  lease,  2332 West   Keith  Bond.  North  Vancouver  Aug. 21, 11X_S.  seen such a forest of masts and crossyards  as that fleet presented, or will it ever be  seen again in the future. During the latter  half of the nineteenth century the sailing  ship had been developed to the highest  pitch of perfection of which designers and  builders were capable���both in hull design  and-rigging���so 4_e end of the century was  the chosen time ito cast 'them away in favor  of something new! The story of man's doings shows many instances of that, and  will no doubt show more in time.  So we all knew in 1905 that while there  were still hundreds of clipper ships afloat  ���most of them flying the Red Ensign of  the British Mercantile Marine���-that sail  was on its way out. .The romantic cargoes  that many had once carried were no more.  The ship's manifest no longer showed "Peacocks, Apes and Ivory, Silk and Spice, and  China Tea". The queens of the sea were  reduced to carrying coals.  Castle Holme, of 996 tons was the smallest of that fleet and the chance that seems  to rule such matters saw that we should  be moored alongside the largest ship in  port���the great Brilliant of 3,000 tons. We  had to put up with much chaffing from her  crew; they would lean over their high rail  and ask if we really went to sea in our  "overgrown rowboat", and on our part we  would fire back by wondering if their clumsy great waggon could sail at all, or if it  had to be towed!  ,! When the time came to sail with full  loads, both of us proved capable, for whereas Brilliant with her vast spread of sail  made the fastest run of live season, our-  nimble Utile barque was right on her heels,  being skippered by a daring young master  who "cracked on" day and night. It was  the best run-about 5,000 miles���to the  west coast of South America, that I ever  made, with wet decks all tlie way. The  coal was raw from the mine and full of gas  and we had to watch every chance to lift  the hatch coVcr for ventilation.  The oldtimc deep water seaman called   |]  a passage from port to port, a "run" reserving  "voyage"  for  the lapse  of  tJmo  between signing on and paying off.  That  particular  voyage proved to have  many  runs. Wo had left the Port of London in  autumn 1904; well into spring 1900 we dis-  charged ow" to** cargo In Antwerp. Inl tho  meanwhile we had roamed .he world picking up cargoes wh^ro wc could���'and for ' %  my teste that could have lasted until now,   H  Growing up from boyhood afloat, I was at  home at sea ami away from home ashore  ^-wbex��  all   my   problems   began.   Many  seamen' of my kind were keen on picking  up eouvnlrs and curios that have  some  value, among landsmen, but instead of that    1 t  I collected impressions which later became   \^''  tho subject of seafaring anecdotes In the   tl  this week at Sechelt  ANOTHER first this week at the very  popular Sechelt Theatre on the Waterfront  winner ,cf two academy awards, "Guess  Who's Coming to Dinner" starring Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, Ketberine Hepburn, and introducing brilliant young act-  re'ss, Katharine) Houghton.  The story of 'the movie'deals with the  problems encountered by a white family,  when their daughter announces her intentions of marrying a young negro doctor,  portrayed by Sidney Poitier; the parents  being portrayed by Spencer Tracy and  Katherine1 Hepburn, and the daughter by  by Katherine Houghton.  This movie was produced 'by Stanley  Kramer, and was winner of the Academy  Awards for .best actress, Katherine Hepburn, and best screenplay by William R_se.  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  "I agree," tbe school principal said,  "that your son may have a spark of genius.  But] in my opinion he, also has -ignition  trouble."  Iltora orp Wires million peopta  ctround 0)0 world today who fco>  fjavathat tho unification of mankind  b ttw will al God _* our ogO. Jhoy  cpl) fffemtelvpt BaWls.  Pertiapi Baha* I b what you era  loo-toa fori  -DMA M. FOOTE  BAhoi'�� of Sunshine Coast  005-2030, Sechelt, B.C.   1...    COPPING MOTORS LTD.  885-2812  Sechelt, B.G:  y'T~''"'X^*_.ip.r,^^  i 'S~\  -'-���'���  ���:���-   : IS*?*  SECMELT AGBgCBES DATE PAP  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for free Hstlnos, specifying "Date  Pad", Please note that space Is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also lhat this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details,  BHatJUllUnnHllllHlllimuillHHmnuilUJU)U^HtlMMHiiin,Mii���HnM��HM.^ilnmtmIHilNml��BTTwm  Sept. 18���7:30 p.m. St. Hilda's Parish Hall. Quarterly meeting, Anglican Church Women.    |  Sept.  19���1:30 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. O.A.P.O. General Meeting.  Sept. 20���Deadline for appeal In respect of school board voter's list.  "Make sure you have a vote."  Sept. 21���Sechelt Chamber of Commerce, 21st Annual Banquet.  Sept. 21���From 10 a.m. School Board Office, Gibsons. Court of ftcvlslon  to correct votcrf list.  Sept. 24���2:30 .1 4:30 and 6:30  Donor Clinic.  r  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sunday School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Servlca ��� 11:13 o.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You aro Invited to attend any or each scrvlco  B  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  San���oy School 10:00 a.m.  Church S-rv|ca 11.15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELI.S  Da*J* Uay Rood and Arbutus  (2 hlocki up from Highway)  8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Blood  Sept. 28���10 a,m.-2  p.m.  St.  Bartholomew's Anglican Church  Hall,  Gibsons, Job's Daughters Rummage and Boko Sale,  Sept,  29���Timber Trail  Riding Club Gymkhana,  Behind Sunnycrest  Plaza, Gibsons.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Lilting Sep. Ico  Vancouver Root Ettota  >.i Board  rbaL estate  insurances  ���  AGEING  i  ���4  i  i  Si  ���i  tl.  H  ��  ���M  it/-":  k  1  1��  W-Wf_i_j.(ff(1-tl.r��l>P.y^,,rtK.'"i.ft1.'ip'-nn  ��Pfti%**t>w. 1** ^<��t nHw *��i*i> mMfrnptmif t. mwHvwin. ���*. ya*iitvm*i**t*�� r  rf*��_ps  /        ... - ?  'Active group?, . .  ��.fy,t' JYf",Vt'TY^% YY^^.Vf^'ttC^,^^^"'"^ ��j, v^y.-v'- <���' *���**���? "Hi <.**"_������ -.'���r,; -unit-*-,. "*>���"���  ."��*�� w.,/,.-., ��    ��.    . '._< . .-v  -.*-_*<���<���_���> _-<^^.��  sr * '�����'��.1       .1  l_Y_...___. - i-__.'___!___. _LiLi_ as ___-_4_.^ *r*     i     -1' (   Y".,  :^__;YY:_fi.Y     '. <" ._��-_f_r_r_._i__j2.r*wM_^t__^*��-. ._��*-'?��^-.-��_:__4i:^.��__,~-*j^v._.-        ��_w_.  Y _'  hOEOrS ReV, J. H:, Kellf Commitiiify Hall  Werfnesaoy^Se^eia^r' 18,195-  iwpi-H^iri fMJfon-.i  TSie teninsof-T?m_9 P_gb A-3  '       -    JY  PENDER' Eferbour Auxiliary, to'St. Mary's vies and -Noyeliie- for sale. Donations of  Sechdtmws Ndtes  ���ing the campaigning-of the last   QUE MEMBERS of ih^Secbplt Rod and'  -from their trip to England .mdjlreland and  Electfop in Gibsons, I bought        Gun Club and their, iriends efajoyed a ^fihey are again in residence in Wes&S&chelt.  *ra|i for a social Hour honouring, the Bev.-  J* the fact, that Gibsons-and Area should   real treat after their monthly^ meeting oiT *' '������   *��� ^..-^-.i^ ~_*w��__j * ^__,*.  ���- --      ���     - 9lflVO   thai*   ��im<   r>��mn,_.i_,,   TI��11      ��_j    _.!.__        ��nu-.'__il_...    ._.��__:_._   Aji__.A -n?_.'._j   ���n_%_.   j���� .  APTSfeB T__T service of Evensong, se^'^T^^f  temW 8t_, the Congregation of St, Ai^-tfg, Sir-JDunng *h*  AngHcan church adjourned to the - Parish Y'���*��?1  Mrs.. Jane Newcdmhe' re'e-ived a '^reat-  Hospital held the first meeting of the  fall season on Wednesday, Sept, ll. Due  to 4he absence of Mrs. Philp, Mr��. O. Sladey, 1st vice president was in tire chair. 15  members were present-and one new member, H_rs. Would was welcome^ and introduced.  It was interesting to hear .secretary'  Mrs. G. Gooldrup read the lengthy ahd important minutes of the June meeting, refreshing memories after the'summer vacation and bringing to attention work planned for the falland winter months.  First coming event discussed was the  Fall Fair and Carnival which will be held  in Madeira Park Community Hall on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. Conveners for various stalls were chosen; tbere will be Home  Baking, Jams, Jellies, Fruit and Vegetab-  SECHELT BRANCH O.A.P.O.  1:30 p.m.  TO-JG-S0AY,:  SEPTi-pset istii  SECHELT LEGION HALL  any of'these items will be appreciated,.  i There will also be, games of chance,  bingo; raffles and a fish-pond for the kid-  dies; something interesting and amusing  for the young and not so young. A large  attendance is expected so make a note of  the date and place, bring the family ahd  have an enjoyable evening.  Mrs. Nield reported that some hospital  volunteers feel they would like 40 do moire  work for the hospital when the shopping  is light; this will be enquired into and a  repciri; given at .he next 'meeting.  members agreed to purchase an industrial vacuum cleaner which is required by  the hospital. A letter was read from Mr.  Wagemakers thanking this branch for the  donation toward hospital equipment which  has recently been installed. Dr. Crosby  offered to demonstrat! the Heart Machine  to Auxiliary members when a date is set  It was reported that $79.25 was amount  raised at the Bake Sale held in July at Garden Bay floats.  Many members wish to attend the  Friendship Tea which will be held in the  Anglican Church Hall, Gibsons on Wednesday October 9 from 2-4 p.m. Gibsons Auxiliary are hosting this event. As this is Pen-  der���Harbour!s. regular .meeting- date,, tbe  * next meeting will be held on Wednesday,  jfOctober 2, one week earlier than usual.  m    Mrs. O. Sladey is this branch's official  'delegate to ithe BSHA Convention to- be  fheld in Hotel, Vancouver, ^October 15 to 18.  tf Several other members will attend.  I'    Next .meeting at 2 p.m. October 2 at  9 Madeira Park Medical Clinic.  erooheted cloth and centered ,'with a trowi -    Now <more than ever, the need for this Mrs- 3tankift> twas';LM$v$i&. 'Besides the   Wr Jbusfymd.  <# pale pink and -yellow dwarf da__��S.wa5 , Community Hall has been activated  by Pictures of iAustraikL'New, Zealand, some     , air. and i&lirs. J-.Whyteof Duncan are  Ipresided* over 1>y Mrs. -l>y'C. Bengouigb/  *he controversy of using our School Audi- ��* Suva�� T>Pi and-_l&$^,were included., jvisi_ng iwith their daw|Jter and husband  wife' of'the .Vicar's'Warden and Mrs. Ai   torium for Dances, liquor Outlets, iPrivaio Altogether it was &Wy< interesfing even-'  ���"���'      '" '  "--*--'' "--*-  Mf \Harper, presidtent of ihe A. C' W. ���     ��"Parties, Etc., 'and .1 can agree-with thein, *ng��        ' :JPPPa  (Mr. J.' W. H. Sear) a long'lime church' that the School Hall is'no place for tiiis       We are sorry toCkfoseJack andEdna  " -warden gjresenjed Bev. Kelly with, aipiitse /type ctf entertainment, even1 a it is our Jisher from our fibnimjigjiy. They will be  KU-n^v.      ���*!._     n,n_ih__-      _*     4\.rS    _i/inir1iUlI.O.!nn        Only    SlZaWfi    Hall. ^nXU,      ����._._���____      *_.      ��.f�� j4ji,ti.      ��'_���..    IC_____JI_  To start this Project, I wilL be sending  from the members of the *ongne|ation  with kind aiid appropriate remarks.  ' ISis-s Ena Harrold presnted 'Mrs. "Kelly  with a' monetaiy gift from *the A.C.W. 'She  also gave Miss Barbara Kelly a personal1  'gift -and 'Mrs. R, Gumming did likewise to  young Miss Anne.  .   Mrs. A. M. Harper brought from the  parishioners on Gambler Island, regrets  sadly missed by M'tBfcjr many ��ri-_ids  n*��_3      _____w*.1_n^_      __���__.     Xli.     * i__f_!_______"_____a____X      _.______>__.______!___,___Xf __.__  Mr. and'iUxs. Manfofd'XJbok.  . Mr. -and Mrs. D. B..Barclay of Davis  Bw have had their daughter Peggy and  small-grand-daughter- Jijegan visiting for  the^pas't wees from^ Peariberton.  < (Miss Dorothy iMacdpnald is from Prince  a letter to evry organization, within the  Area, to appoint one member to sit on this  Community iHall Committee, these people  can then choose their own Executive, and  get into the planning and ifund raising part  of the Program.  One should remember that this is  a  and memhers of thes3i_5erent organization ....  to which they gave sa-ujiselfisbly as their Bupert and,she has been waiting a num-  support. However toeljajteh for them tbe b& of frjends fro-h.tte l_ortfaelrn city <who  t x   ���_ -_.i__._       ' _ii.f���'"   __   ��.   -  .. ___   . _^ ._�����_ M/xir 1i��niT_f ~n*> +h_i B__>tti>14  Piinincn<_i  best in itheir new v^ifttqse at ,Vananda."On  Thursday evening a.'fafejrell party in their  honor- was held at"-4hV home ot Mrs.  Wilma' Morrison, Xaitgtlale Heights. A  delicious - buffet' supftfcr OWas  served  fol-  at the thought of losing their vicar, who,   Hundred thousand Dollar Object and may    lcwfid by games* and .presentation, of .gifts  1ilr_a   +1lJ_.   l*i_-_.f   _r_-r   +Tia   _*rt��ffiv_.rf_f'__!firt*i      4\iov   K-3/.I        lioivn    4a   flk.*_   __-_1_.^M._^__l ^ ______    _~l__.___-._       __*_*.i_.        ij\    Vtr\A\y      TaaIi*    _yi_1     -_7_4_��#�� Y ^T��.     m A'_��/\n^.��-_r--    US*. *  like the res?t of the congregation, they had  learned to love and respect.  She also presented him with a $>urse  in token of their appreciation of his ministries to them and his kind care for them.  Before t_is goes to press, the Kellys  will have reached their new home in Birmingham, where Bev. Kelly will immediately begin working on ins new assignment.  Thursday previous, Mrs. A. M.��� Harper  entertained ReV. J. H. Kelly and Mrs.  Kelly with their two daughters Barbara  and- Anne -and~��riends, at a farewell -luncheon at her home, "Shasta Lodge'% New  Brighton, Gambler Island.     '  ���    1  It'was a beautiful day, the young folk  being able to enjoy the Jbeaeh^and 'swimming while .the grown-ups enjoyed rambling through the woods. * /  ' Bev. l��eUy called pn .twelve. families  bidding them all good-bye.,  _  have to be planned'ih stages, with some  ���voluntary work involved, and can only be  realized -by /the backing of every one in the  Community.  I am sure from the people I have talked to, that every one is in agreement, we  need a Community Hall, so let,s go after  one.  AUDEBMAN K. A. CBOSBY  to .both Jaqk atjd Edna Yin. accepting his'  token of friendship Jack'with a'few>chosen  words thanked thoseijpreseflt; and assured  us they, .would be ftack* in- a "few years  hense" to live her'eY  ," ".'  Mr. and'Mrs.'Xr'^ahurin of Long  Beach, California are guests of 'Mr. and  Mrs.'Frank Newton and: Mrs; Jtuby Breese,  'Mrs. Mahurin is^a, sister<pf <Mrs. .Breese.  are now living on the Sechelt Peninsula.  ��� The Women's Auxiliary to the Sechelt  Hospital -are planning to start their Merry-  gb-Bound bridge tournament the beginning  of'October. Any persons interested in playing "are* asfcfed to 'Contact Miss Chris Ward  at -85-2329 or iMrs.- D. B. Barclay 885^13.  ���Mis? 'Ward will;jalso have classes for ��ny  who are-Anterested in bridge lessons.  The local school* teacher was becoming  increasingly annoyed by the continued mis-  c_i_vourness of one of the boys in class.  At4ast, in.desperation,'she said: "I wish 1  PRANK 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  fhe Brightest-Spot on the Highway  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  Por Take Out Orders Phonfe 886-2433  < Tefephone 88&20JS9. .: -.  ROSE & ART EMTERPEIISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grab-View Av_.  P.O. Box (52, Gibsons, B.C.  L. & H. SWANSON .LTD.  Septic Tank* and Drain Fields - Backftoe ond   -  Front1 End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMC Service Cpritre -Penlnsulo Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up' -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  ; Phone 083-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home ond office  Kltfchfen Specialists  R. Birkln, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  ��� i _ ���__J���. ��� .  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 - Phono 886-2116   ;���: 1   PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gow-r Pt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY PRY CLEANING NI--S  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs    '  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phofie 886-2642  John Hind-Smith !  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALYAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phohe 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  : No down payment - Bank interest -  , ,       ,   .Ten years to pay  ���   C-m^e ImeOPappfiarices  - ��� ��� For free estimate���Call 886-2728  . Y TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  jGiyei.^lijtef^idiciiL  'C-iri-_l��v;��fl|__ W,'% "Higgs  Bo- 339; Gibson., B.C. ��� 006-95.6  Re INSufeANGE CLAIMS  &DAT5A___>  P_Nlr,5ULA SEPTIC  'ypyC ''Service,.'' y.^.p^  Prompt - Effective - dn The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  Bernlna & Omega  Sales, Paito, Service  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  i    Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gov't Licenced and Bonded  Serving the  Sunshine Coost,  Offers socurtty-  check patrol to Mil. you.  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. 885-9737 .Bc������r Block, Sechelt  or Ph.  883-2688, lox 43, Sechelt.  UNSHINE  .EWING  1 ERVICE  free home demonstration  Repairs and service on all makes  Mrs. Mono Havles - 885-9740  . ��� ��� ��� i     ��� ��� ���-���   ������������   ',n���  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons - 886-9852  Eyerything from Needles to  School Supplies  McPHECmAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commertiul  1 Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  1 At tfca Sign of tho Chorron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8. MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machlno Shop ��� Are and Acty Woldlnc  Steel F9l.rlca.lo0 ��� Morlno Way��  Automcfllvo and Marina Repolm  Standard Marine Station  Photio 0-(-77-1        R���. 0-<M>95_. 806-933-  R. H. (BOB) CARRUTHERS  Oil Stoves and Heaters  Cleaned and Serviced  Port Mellon to Eari's Cove  Gibsons, I.C Phone 886-9354  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE    *  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  S-chel-, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  ��� ,, -'r    DRApERIESl,,   >,        .    >--r  - , 1 "*���* *   j - i* \ ' -     '���  Phone 886-2873 after 4$ p.m.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      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MORE ABOUT ...  @ Graduationevent  ���from page 1  Karen Karateew; Minister of Finance,  Janet Plows; Clubs Treasurer,' Donna  Bjornsen; Minister Sr. S.A., John Barnes;  Minister Jr. S.A., Debbie _v_arsh; Govt.  Critic, Rita Gross;- Minister 'Activities,  Mary Lamb; Minister Athletics, Marilyn  Hopkins.  Retiring President "Steve McCourt presented the gavel to 1938/69 President  Marilyn Hopkins.  could'_e your 'mother ��or just one week."  GIBSONS -^They drove front. jQaBloiJia.via Victoria Y*_/ery /well,", replied' tbe {mischief maker,  and expect to retitftf-fojr- way of Spok_he,'   "ffl .speak to my (father about it when I  ' -Janon Minto Swa'n^d|id _ri& wife-returned    get hdi_e.'��  1111-    r  1968 Graduates.  Superintendent of Schools <R.-R. Hanna  presnted graduation' scrolls to:���- J  Robert W. Baba; Florence A. "Bateman;  Norman N. Blatchford;- Esther IL" Carey;  Michael !R. Cavalier; AFobn Charman; Robert  N.   Franklin;   Barbara  G?nt;   Mary  Rita   Gross;    Russel   Gullachdr;'   Phyllis  Hauka; Gordon R. Hauka; Clyde Hxggin-  son:  Karen   Johnson;; Kenneth -Johnson;  Loiiis M. Johnson; Garr�� A. Jones; Leon  Kazakoff; Janet Lakiag; Stephen McCourt;  Seven Macklaim; Moira McPhedran; Robert F. Nixon; Judi NygaTd; -Janet Plows;  Jamis Postlethwaite; Gail: 5. Price; Carol  Procknow^ Susan E, Pttchalski Philip A.  Re^^>;^4ax9_9.r}_- Ttudc_p^-j^taiflgyf <6..  Stubbs! Sandra F. Ward; Patricia K. Warn  Peter A. Wayment; XJhris ��� J; Weathenll;  Jo-Anne M.  Wheeler;" -Wendy T.L Wilson;  Ted Winegarden; Robert -F. Wing; A. 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W .ij'in1^. ^p-'tr+dlfffy-vimft'Tta'^^if.'tmttit*pnm^n^<uMi^4>n,0tvt^tim'\  i"ft.^f��>��*.,���*mi<ftw^-wiwm��)wfwn��w��wn.p��\tmm**mmr*n   -,�����.,..������..*--^" +*t**ma*mtv��004*il*ytrw��m*m*.m��m ...i.,,.,^ ,-��..,-���  w^C^CX ��r^C^Mv^lW*^^^ ^KT^ OT���-UTt. *fMT **\ "^" I^J^^^P^^^^I  PoS_ A-4T        The Penirisulo Times- Wednesday, September .8, 1968  The Penins^la^^  ^��%Md  "l mat be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right?  * ���John Atkin3  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewaet B. Alsgabd, Publisher     ������-_---���������������~-u������~  w  Jail' imw Mteb^MMiig  > r  WE have to live with many laws'which young people who prefer to spend a hoar  to most of us are outdated, plain on the roadside thumbing a lift when it  ridiculous and at best, difficult to under- would take no more than ten minutes to  stand.  Some of our liquor laws are walk the short distance they frequently  ludicrous, as an example; a twenty year have to go. Many of them do this in  old may give his live for his country but groups and take the practice a step fur-  the moment he acquires liquor as  a ther by standing out three feet on the  civilian he faces prosecution.  Various paved portion of the highway, thereby  other laws relating to licenced premise- forcing motorists out  over the  white  are sufficient to drive the most placid line, and often into the lane of approach-  individual into a,trance, ing vehicles.  A twenty-one year old male having This is a hazardous situation which  8.'.  .V" A ,.��*** i. J"* ��<S*f Yt "r v  "{  \t��w-  ����  Y    \ Y \ &p   n^^ t V*  _v��<     "   . ^ i._svY  % y*y\  . *Vs  .-   r* *.  a sexual relationship with an eighteen  year old female and with her full consent  and co-operation faces a jail term for con-  undoubtedly has led more than one  motorist to report the matter to the police.  Under such circumstances action becomes  tributing to juvenile delinquency. The virtually obligatory-  female involved could well be far more Once up in court, the magistrate is  mature than the male and certainly a then   obliged  to   administer   the   law  present-day  eighteen  year  old  female whether he approves or not.  is no slouch, yet the male goes to jail In an area where bus services are  while the female becomes the centre of somewhat few and far between, thumb-  HxKdthfips  Canadian Medical "Assoc.  Breaking out  heart rending sympathy.  Many of our present day laws require  considerable amendment and with some  research there is no doubt they could be  quoted in suffiicent numbers to fill a substantial book.  In many cases, we all break the law  regularly in one way and another without  even being aware of the fact for although  still in existence they are so trivial and  outdated that they are ignored.  One such case is reported this week  in which both police and magistrate acted  quite correctly in charging and sentencing  a youth for hitch-hiking, in itself this  would appear an extremely trivial offence  to nail upon anyone, particularly when it  resulted in a two day jail sentence, at the  same time there are always circumstances  io be considered.  First and foremost is the fact that  hitch-hiking is generally known to be an  offence subject to prosecution. Secondly  is the fact that there are far too many  ing a lift would hardly suggest proceed- # j  __��*.**.,����.-__.����. Aroun(J[ Gibsons  COLD VACCINES-A PROBLEM  Vaccines ate designed t^prevent, not to  dire," illnesses, -The ' Canadian Jledical  Association reminds leadens. .       t   "���  ^There are more "than 100 known viruses  or other 'germs; -any one, of which may,,  cause a cold.- More Jtypes ol viruses and  . gems are being .identified every year. A  vaccine, prepared against one of these  genms, might stimulate the body to ^manufacture antibodies that would prevent him  from getting' a cold, caused by that one ~  germ. BUT it won't protect him" from the  other 99. Another problemis ithat immunity  thus created is not permanent, it generally  lasts only a few. weeks,or (months.  There are on the market the so-called  polyvalent vaccines, which are a mixture  of several of the most common known  causes. However, the person who has received this vaccine is protected only temporarily from some of the common germs  known to cause colds.  Remembering these' limitations, it is  recommended that persons with chronic  chest conditions, such as chonic bronchitis,  emphysema, or any chronic ailment, that  might1 Ibe aggravated by a cold, ask their  doctor about cold vaccines.  Statistics show- that in industry, time  lost due to colds can be substantially reduced if all personnel receive polyvalent  cold vaccine during the autumn.  In summary, the C.M.A. advises that  not all colds can be prevented through the  use of vaccines���but the vaccines do help  and are advisable for some groups of  people.  Minister warns  i^HM^^S^SSK2S313  to own a car or other forms of transportation, he is eAtirely;dependent upon walking or the generosity of a passing motorist.  The police are not monsters; they do  have a job to do. There is little doubt they  have in the past turned a blind eye to  hitch-hiking. But, there are always those  hitch-hikers who overstep the mark  ruining things for others. Now the police  haveabeen forced to take actum against  one who probably was creating no hazard  at all. And in the future, police may have  to take action against others.  On the face of things it is an absurd  law which makes it a crime for a person  to seek a lift; after all tbere is no compulsion upon anyone to stop. Unfortunately it does not take long for tbe odd  hitch-hiker to show why these laws are  necessary: If s tbe exception that proves  the rule!  ��&��!_���<  THERE are places of business in the)  area which during the past have been  entered by unkempt, unwashed and unshorn individuals who have left in their  wake a stench so putrid that deodorizing  bas been necessary. It is therefore logical  to assume that certain places of business  are of such a nature that it is necessary to  keep such people out.  Hospitals, medical clinics,'cake shops  and, of course cafes, are perhaps some  of the premises which depend upon clean-  lineess to greatest extent. While there are  undoubtedly those among us who have  no objections to mingling with unsavory  characters it is perfectly obvious that any  cafe proprietor who values his business  is faced with one choice, that of barring  undesirables frdm his premises. This is  a duty he owes to himself and his regular customers for let us face facts, the  average person normally choses "a place  to dine for two reasons, cleanliness and  quality of food. Few people have any  desire to eat in an atmosphere of human  unwholesOmeness.  Needless to say, simply because a person elects to adopt an unorthodox mode  of dress and appearance, it does not mean  he has to be filthy and smell like a hog,  indeed, many of them are extremely  clean. Unfortunately a busy cafe operator  has Jittle time to chase around deciding  which is clean and which smells ;uid certainly can hardly be expected i to waste  time with barefooted, long haired weirdos. Jf he decides his premises are off  limits to such people, then it is his right.  In thc event of what one would expect  to be a responsible member of society  Msing to ape the Haight Ashbury fac-  i.ij.., ��hen it is simply a question of "he  who Jives by iIiYswotJ."  There certainly is homing unusual in    Y��"r numc Bha" Mund amons 1hc ^,alificd  the owner Of dining premises enforcing    Who facc lhc m,ds md boldly my' "l Can!"  certain conditions or rules of the house.  In large communities we have hotels and  clubs which insist on ties and jackets yet  a newspaper should see fit to publish letters which smack strongly of malice is  difficult to comprehend.  Of all the business men on the Sunshine Coast, some of whom might possibly  be anfr-senjitic", we would strongly doubt <  ifsthgre is one who would turn to two  strangers and shout *we don't serve Jews  here." This is a country of just about  every race under the sun and just who  would be sufficiently knowledgeable to  pick on a male and female, apparently unusually clothed, decide tfyey are Jews  and order them out?  This is the very type of letter The  Times recently referred to as one which  finds its rightful place in the garbage can.  Most newspapers are approached from  time to time'by people seeking to use it  as a means of discrediting another individual who at some time or other has  upset them, and at this time, it would suggest there are those who have designs  upon the proprietor of the cafe involved.  As it happens the possibilities of success  are very slight for residents and fellow  businessmen are not gullible and many  have already expressed extreme disgust.  We would state the first of these letters was also sent to The Times and we  are pleased to say it was given appropriate  treatment.  ��� i  Fletcher's Philosophy  ' ���Harry W, Fletcher  RESOLUTION ���Harry W. Fletcher  If you can bake a better lemon pie  Or cultivate a fruitful field of grain;  If you can sew a straigbtcr hem than 1  Or watch your dream collapse then build again;  If you can run a racp and not deride  Thc losing team, but laud the way they ran,       /  tMR. FRANK Taylor reports he. is. having  a good fishing season up Butdale iway.  Glad to hear Mr. Earl Bingley home  again after a stay in St. Vincent's Hospital in Vancouver.  Karl and Helen Scbroeris were accompanied by .Mrs. .E-, Lawrence when they  were on a motor trip to the Interior. They  visited Dennis and Faye Hicfcs.. former  iGibsons residents at W_i_a_i>s Lake and  -aMed'on'Graham and Pearl McLean at  Prince George and also toured the* Okanagan Valley.  Week-end guests at the "WjIjo (Wiren  home were Miss Beverley Kermode and  (Arnold Wiren with <a party of friends from  Vancouver, who enjoyed fishing while here.  Mr. and Mrs. Garry Berdahl were  guests of honor at a dinner party on the  occasion of their wedding anniversary on  iMonday last week, when Mrs. N. Berdahl  was hostess at her home.  .':___s'-Janet \Ki-ise has xesum^l studies  at U.B.C. after spending the summer with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Bay Kruse.  Peter Kudolph tf. Port Mellon is back  home after, a successful fishing season for  halibut andsatoon around Prinee -lupert.  Peter JWdOlipb of Port Melon    Ce  '���^Y'a0i''WisY'''''3a^^"lStKldo and son  William of iLanjgley are moving to Secret  Cove.  legional District concept  nraet work otherwise action  Ml__IC___Aiif Affairs (Minister l>an Campbell today made it dear he is giving  Lower Mainland municipalities, a deadline  to make the regionalI district <^cept work  or the Government will^ take aetio__Y  He said he is igfrving the area un_l HWO  or 097li to assume r._q��on_i_-__y for essential services which he "feels should be administrated on a regional basis.  'il feel thait the early 1970's are the  critical years for the metropolitan area  of Vancouver." He said, these are the years  in which some of the basic decisions .wMl  have to be made or the area wili be in  trouble. ' i  "The questions that I thi^k must be resolved by the early 70's are.housing, transportation, waste disposal and regional  park  acquisition," the minister said.  He said also that consideration must  also be given to placing policing under the  regional district.  At present only hospitals are a compulsory function of regional districts. The assumption of other services is now on a  voluntary basis, though Mr. C___$ibe_,'s  remarks show ithe Government believes  more functions can best be handled regionally. ' ' i  "I would not Ike to see us go the way  ���tatrves and discuss financial participation  in development of a transportation plan  for Greater Vancouver or any other re-  gion.' He said the Government itself would  setup the meeting, if the municipalities  request it.  He said _laims that the Government as  attempting to unload costs onto local governments by establishing regional districts  are untrue. When .hospitals were made a  function of regional1 districts, the Government increased' its' cost-sharing from 50  percent to 60 percent. In areas where  parks are a regional foncltion, the Government provides an outright grant, of one-  third the cost of acquiring sites. Previously  there was no provincial grant for this; pur:  pose." .' '  Y    Fear and suspicion of new ideas for  government is a common ingredient in  the municipal picture today, the minister  said. He said he feels it is unwarranted.-  -.LPHif-STOIHE  Until further notice, skatiiuj will be  Saturday afternoons only   1-2:30  p.m. 14 yrs. and under; 3-4:30 p.m.  open session. Commencing  September 21st.  PEMPfS HAHIIMJH  Skating to start Friday September  27th in High School gym.  Every  other Friday Session 8-9:30 p.m. 14  years and under; 10-11:30 p.m.  open session.  A motorist was driving in the country  when suddenly his car stopped. He got out ^ ^_   ��� _*_>.���.����_�� ~^�� *��*_��* im **�� .��.__*-   ��� - ^w Yoric where there are as many as  850 tadividuai boards trying to cope with  problems. That respect is frightening," the  'minister said. He was referring specifically to the situation on the Lower Mainland. '  Mr. CampbeE's remarks are contained  in a pamphlet on regional districts which  was issued by his department, -lie pamphlet, .which outlines the role of regional  districts in British Columbia, will be distributed to delegates attending the Union  of B.C. Municipalities convention in Vancouver September IS to 20.  The minister said the Government is  prepared to sit down with local represen-  an old 'horse came troifting 'up _h- road.  "Better check the iga_oO__e," the horse  $aid and went on his way.  The motorist ran to the nearest farm  house and told the farmer what had happened. Y  "Was it an old horse with a flopping  ear?" sasked the farnier.  "Yes! Yes!" repliedVthe maiji.  "Don't pay any attention to him,', said  .he farmer, "he _oestft\__ow much about  cars."  ms^w^mtsssm  An old -timeris one who can remember  when the town square was a place and not  a person.  iTiiflii ml mmm hthusiasi  SUNSHINE COAST POWER SQUADRON  *    pcrmus m mmTATiOH jo you .. ��� ~-*  to attend a preview of the latest course materials, to Be held at the  Cedars Inn, Gibsons on  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 at 7:30j>.mr     "  Jim Spilsbury and Gordon Lea; senior\instructors from the Vancouver  Squadron will demonstrate the use of Ithe overhead projector ai\d the  latest training \slides. \  COFFEE WJLL BE SERVED  Pender High-Lights  WHEN we returned to school on September 3 we found many changes around  the place. The most obvious was the new  color scheme of the school. The outside of  the school and gym are now painted a  pale brownish color and the inside of the  girls' change room a pea soup green color  with a grey floor. I wonder if the boys'  change room is the same? After being  used to the old color for so long, the new  scheme looks like someone threw up on  the inside after looking at the outside. 1  don't know who chooses the color scheme  for the school, but I guess ito each his own.  Two new teachers, Mr. Pom brow .ski  from White Rock and Mr. MacMath from  UBC have joined our staff. Mr. Dombrow-  ���by Donna Vaughan  ski teaches IE and Mr. MacMath sciences  and general math. In my next column I  hope to have interviews with the new teachers.  Another change concerns the time table,  there now being an eight day week instead  of the usual six.  There are also quite a few new faces  around the school besides the new grade  eight class.  On September 5, former student Gail  Deller'had delivered to her, the 1968 Sunbeam Imp from LawSon Gates which she  won on Labour Day evening at the PNE.  Gail became owner of thc white oar with a  blue interior by purchasing a ticket at the  entrance of the Teem Age Fair.  ^0^^i^fy-l-     I     .       .' -  ���<_5f���st-i:v  j>* UP<% v -  Unemployment Insurance  Dave Hopkin  ZURICH LIFE OF CANADA  serving the Sunshine Coast  Phono 886-2881 ��� Res. 886-7446  P.O. Box 500 -Gibsons, B.C.  Lite Insurance Protection  and investment opportunity  in one premium.  Zurich's Equity 65 Plan  also offers many other  advantages.  INQUIRE TODAY!  wc Jtear no outcry or demands by  righteous residents that the premises be  boycotted. This is their right and no one  is forced to participate unless he so  wishes.  That a local cafe operator sets up a  few simple rules in order to provide a  desirable service, is to be commended.  That his actions should be publicly denounced is extremely poor taste. That  The Peninsula^^c.%  ruMiblic-l Wednesdays ut Sechelt  c-�� ll.C.'�� .Simoliwio Own  by  Scchcli reninsuln Timen Ud.  Ho* 3��| - Sechelt; U.C.  Dotiglut V,. IVhceler, Editor  S, H. Alsgard, 1'nbllsher  Subscription Kutea: (|n mlvantc)  t  Ve_r.  $5 -  2  Years,  $9  -  3  Years, $13  U.S. nnd Foreign, $5.50  (ervtng tlu ureajhm^ Port Mellon to Rgmc '  (Itfwe Sound to Jerrts Inlet)  If you arc left ulonc to fight the field  Or .peak thc word to turn a tyrani'K Ming,  Will you resist iho urge to lighlly yield  Or will you foil ultcmptis ��t silencing?  Will you defend the poor nnd help Iho Wcuk  And do your l>c*l with knowledge nnd by (.kill.  Jn jlnics like .Iicnc you ..how your yellow streak  Or pick thc challenge- up and slioul, "I Will!"  Nt> need for statues in some hall of fame  If one small local niche reveres your name.  Though great events obscured your name and  hid it  Ono task you had, and you can claim, "I Did  nr '  CHASE    UNEMPLOYMENT    INSURANCE  STAMP?  Q. I think I am over the icel.ing of  insurability, but 1 still have to pay 'into  Uncmjiloyinjent Insurance. Why h till.''  A. Probably because the ci'ining dm.-.  not aipply to anyone paid at an hourly,  daily, 'place, ,milt_ifie or other rale per  unit of work accwmplis'hcd, or (servico  rendered.  Q. I aim flliortiy to become an employer, Mow do I ���ct a licence 1o (purcliHM!  unemployment Insurance nl.amps?  A. Contact the nearest office ... vho  Uni'inployment Insurance Commlnhloii,  You arc- required 1o mako nppllcMUuii  within thrco dayrt of Mh> date you hit.  your first. Insurable  envpfloy...  Q.   I   called    at   t\\v   Ummployjni'iit  Any Questions please?  Insurance ComimiesJon offdec and asked  for a job. They directed me to _ic Manpower office on the main street. There'  ���were two offices, dlose together, One wa_  calllcd Canad'a Manpower Centre and tho  other 'Manpower Services, What Is the  difference?  A. Canada Manpower Centre Is run  by the Government of Canada, and there  Is no charge for their 'services. Manpower  Services h a private ciinidoyment organization.  Thc young *on of a newspaper editor  11-filcncd 'spellbound in Sunday school as he  heard for'thc Wr��t time (the istory of Jonah  ^laying Inside the whale for three days.  Then ho exclaimed to the teacher: "Do you  know if the newspapers got out an extra?"  mMMtapaemm^^  I.ittle John went to a wedding and was  given a neat near a fond aunt, at the breakfast. "Well," ��akl the dear old lady, "and  what kind of wedding will you have when  you grow up, John?"  Thc  ilMjy   shook   hJs   head.   "I'm   never  going to .get married," ho  Mild with an  air of defience,  ,   "But why not, dear?"  The bwy looked across the table at hfa  parents  and  frowned   plightly   as   he   replied:  "WeM, for one thing, I've dived with  married people too Jojitf already,"  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  SPRgNtCONG RESTRICTIONS CANCELLED  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  Sprinkling restrictions on thc municipal water system are hereby  cancelled.  September! 0, 1968  P  Sea  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk  jgj^^^^  ���*>  I��mmnmm0mmm4mn400mtmmm4444404im  ammfxmmmmmm  Building or Hemo-felling?  Use the B.C. Mydro Finance  Plan - add cost of changes  or additions to your  light hill.  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING  E^cPEiedran Electric Ud.  886-9689 - Gibsons, B.C.  mammtanm  . *��*     # ^(* l jfV ix i  iii<i,�� hi i. ii... niii |ii)111mm*mmmm\mm11mm'��� .*  '"  .������;'--,^-v"ly     ;.':  May_4__ib_  Jli_  mm  t  p.:  fp  &'  I. J-  t-  i  rt.t*"*1_^*f^p*n^tf(f��ih^!**Y^rah'4^ _>*  Y<r  r���U2CeS >���,.-  r<T 111j! i ih'.*--  Y'  ���-Y.-r. -v  , If -.  ^  Y_<  n > '1    i   ir i iiiji i ii, 11 ^ i      "-<.'������       Xi-'i  Safety crash  / - -   <y * -. -Y. >V  i  ��� ,-r,?-.... �����-t ...   ,:"V...,. .>, YYYi}     f,_z .  ��� ���  "   Y*. YsYx<��r#( V Yiy^'  .Y. -.>'  !   <  YiY  <���_��� , Sv 4  aifrn00rit$WfrHapperufW��  jf* !JJ-F?*  " "V_.<-.    '  4. 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They are being jmntly  the pi___ isgrifke dipsioo  SSSnl^g^Sf'-^^S^*' ^ "^ ESV_rie��W; JiolteofilnM^Sr'ir^Tng^a^^                                         ^ wereirt vetyjmmssed wi__ &e weaf ^',  ^fba^^rS^L^ St �� �����_** * -   "^  4"^     '��� ^ -    -"    ^-J2��_3-     as  _. -^^   the*  ^er^ed . i  ^e^^fac^ardouH           _           ' J .flggff^ ,  -  About 15 countaes,- (including Britain, j^-mI? in-ufce cradL .. .             -     '        J^-' ���-                                            -_        .  the U.S., France and Japan, are now study- , mt a Erm; ill Hissex, Britain, cla_ms^4o   tftoathk busy season ts being plaanej                  ^       s      . to    ��   j^  1^/^, tt?B?ta!l5 'r^fw��^!wi ^ developed ^entirely ue^ and-to ,.fe the Welcome Beach W A mn*   3 Sfeti^aS^MS^HewS  hundr-4s of maeK of crash tamer? dump 'tettBh��,crai__ harrier 'that will &ue E^e.  of documentary films, sponsored jtorlltf   SmwS1saJ__El^^ano Hon^  jjg replaiced* * ���* -^  ** ���* ���-*y*-���^ j.-_-.__ .ji~ - ^^^fH - __*..i._*A. d��.��_   ^...i. *__. c_m_m /in \vi-if____r.   . -    ___.^^^.        ......       _    _^*.    . .,  j , more.than superficial  In Britain the _n_r_tution "of Meehanical    even when it hits the barrier  damagejio, a ����,   |chool Board, waU^ shown on Wed^ lalo. r_eJp_r^.decided^m^'_ieir v_s;t  -���               rnera(t70niph.5pt^ day  afternoons, starting October 9 an�� g��datecl celebratfoo o�� H&s, Hanney's  Engineers, to which many BMH designers   WilL not do much more -han scor*" the    -tvety two weeks thereafter.       < >,    ~ A KrtMay so they came .prepared ��with the  belong, have organized a special two day        FMt, of  demonstration, ^conducted* -at, _~ Tlie ��.ehool Board'srart class wffl ibe Mia dinner ah eooked and ready to smre Mrs"  conference to tell motor chiefs and the high    Britain* $ Ministry f<tf Transport Controlled  v this year at the Welcome Beadi HalleaiSr ^^^g^ was ^tw the occasion, <aa hohored  engineers that:       ,                                  ,    Road Research" ^Laboratory, is to be shown   Wednesday evening  commencing Septem- ^^ ^ ^ 0WB imise  ��-Is iuteiestang  CONCRETE   curixs  and  low   concrete to highway chiefs "on request",  guardrails are a hazard to vehicles that paint," they say.              '            <      ' *  strike them too severely.    BARRIERS with corrugated guardrails A worried mother went to see the doc^  boMed directly to. strong posts are uosatis- . tor about her son. "Doctor," she said, *^y         B1HliHie BC         m vx %nv u*,^^���  factory for high speed impacts son mal^pwd pies and eat*s thexb." The    M permanfint residents, Eureka is devel-         vacau0mDg recenuy   ax  me   m<  Road research scientists w Bntato have doctor replied: "There .5 nothing unusual   nniZ, wA a  ���,ie ishjI comimnrity   the   _^ vacauamng ^��^��y   ai  me   m<  ���nH tM �����_�����>��� harri*��� __n fa_ temv^i a,hn,# *h^+ .�����   .-_,_ mAtiiPr ��M   ��w_.   I    optog ia?�� ^ snug i^^m������^A*r   beacb. cottage  at Welcome  Beach  found that crash barriers can be improved    about that" The mother said, "Well,  I  by setting guardrails about 'a foot away    think it's unusual, and so does his wife.-  *er 25 under the  direction of -Mr; 3m    ^ j - *  'K^11-J"^ partlculars ^ be *"?"    is acknowledged to be one of the world's  jjtsned next wees.  , t . .      most pj^ig,. vaption spots, thou^t our  Mew fam/liese Sunshine Coast was very beautiful.  Witk.the settling in of two ii^elami-fis    \fv^ot%  Vacationing recently   at  the   Morritt's  were  J  EHIHG YOlJil WIFE Oil Siri-Ifl-fAft?  TO THE  CUBMS MM ��OR mMMWH?  We're olwaysstriving fo give-you the best in food and service.  As an example; this Friday we will be featuring Steak Special with  Baked Potatoes/ Sour Cream and Chives.  The tourists say wejhave the best grilled steaks in North America.  By the way!-the manager is more than a little "Kooky" but the  staff are extremely nice and always pleased to serve you. Give  them a try and you will be pleased- sowilJ we*  new residents are Bill and Alice Fraser j^. 3 R Smith with ber daughter Donna  and Edward and Frances Cook. > '        -and family from St Paul, Minnesota. The  The Eraser's have had a summer home Smith family tratt ber daughter Donna  in file area for some time and come from and family from St .Paul, Minnesota. Hie  New Westminster, where Mr. Fraser ser- Smith family at one time owned the ^ proved with the police force. perty now owned by Mr. and jMrs. George  Mr. and Mrs. Cook have been-visiting *Morritt.  RedrooSfs for a number of years as long-        Mrs. Keith Comyn's recent guests have  shoreman on Vaneouvers waterfront The been her I two sisters, Mis.  A. J. Keinick  old and new. residents got together sft a and Mrs. Edith Wood, and her niece, Jan-  "Welcome to Eureka', party at IheYFraser ice-Wood, an of Calgary.    ,  home last week-end. At t&eir cottages lait week-end were  '   Delighted to be- home after his long {Mr. and ��&__ Fritz lenxMe and Jack Tem- ���  stay  in Shaughnessy   Hospital Is  Fraidc pie Jr. wiHi members of the Vanmiatic  Lyons. Recent guests at thel-yons have Club as his guests. - *      *    ��  Random Thoughts  We will-&3 era Hes S_  �����323 Seemlier 23 - 27  If you. wish any infatmeSian -tp Iwegatd*. to. our services,  please write or drop icSo^ oar: mobile office  '' '..   while-we oseKr,y��ar cieo  ���edf���ilf& Iiiii/;��IlisdiiiSy: BoCo  ���by Maiy Gross  , '   ���'  .HEBE'S a pyromaniac running loose m try m other areas _Le. Oregan and Wash-  4he woods, and ihe's set so many fires ingfon), and that slash burning is not  that the entire lower mainland has been always so economical as its, proponents  shrouded in smoke. - ' would have* us believe, in 19B7, damage  The people of Vancouver, choking with attributed to slash fires breaking out of  rage and smoke, approached the B.C. Gov- control ia tbe Vancouver area, amounted  ernment and asked for the removal -of t&3 to S845.C24.  lEbrebug. !M_c_ to the consternation of _hese But the bickering over Imming, is mere-  concerned citikens, #iey were told that the ly a smoke-screen to cloud the real issue  fires were being set by order of the paxwin- of air pollution. Meteorologists tell us that  cial government It seems that the only *e pollution in_fi��e atmosphere has screen-  way to clean up the untidy mess left be- ed the sun's radiation sufficiently to alter  hind by the logging industry, is to set fire the earth's climate. Summers are getting  to it. "Slash.' constitutes a real ��orest.,fire shorter and usinters are getting longer,  hazard, and in terms, of economy, there ,3s We tend to ignore these warnings from  no alternative but to bum it. ^e scientists-^erhaps because they seem  (toe might suppose that such a prtmmtr i^^^vefT ^L?3"56 ^^^  CementS_l1iie^ri^wolMe_i-_e P^f *s  **te  from an  mteriectual  matter then and there/ but snprisingly ra^ ^t^^*^ *3? ��f T^a ��.  .  there ar* maw-peoi^wlaojilape 00 such- ^mJsxJSSf^ ����^.^��.w^khed^-ae  -SentL- if Sr_ir, _<?_�� and fe ^SL^iS^l fSSK  2548 Lxmam Ave.-  West Vortcoover  ' BILL CK&lG  4474 W. 9th Ave.,  Vancouver  CA 8-8662  Qmimf(M\  S^i_i)iC_VIE IIMIIED  sunshine���all of' which  are incompatihle  with ^'burning dash",  ^    Further enquiry into the stfbject reveals  a few interesting facts; that iMiscriminate  ���slash burning is not considered good fores-  into the mists of smoke, the .scientist's  message was dramatically illustrated.  There's a new diet food for dogs called  aiattrecaL  ��_. _   *j  AND. CLOTIHISS. DRYER  Children 1 and  Infants Wear  Ladies' Sports  Wear  Phone C36-9994  Sipfoisf  pk.ono 0D6-9962   1  Tlio Service Statl^si  wiift evefyffting; for  U10 Metcirlst  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.  Our pdpular monthly  Family Allowance Prow \  How gives you a better cfeance to  win. We give 3 prizes eocfa montii  One $30 and Two $1��  &  Winners announced nfOftfMy-  ><l_ilMI)_%_MM-IMM--��IM---��W *'' ,mm**+  J  Don's Shoe Store  A CosBBplsfte Une  of SI-o��3 for  flfte Entire Family  tThsmm 636-2624  m mm of  .Ltii  tOU BX.'s Mo. 1  _PHE0!  LECMLTD.  Pfaone  SSS-S689  supm-vMu  Buy Better  5a��e more  Phono 886-2424  D. ��. DOUGLAS  V-3s^sty; and   ��~fe!S!-_5  "Anyfliing You  Want We Have"  Phono 006-2615  Im��� Dni|i Ll  Phone 886-2726  On the Sunnycrest  Pfo-o tot your  Shopping Pfeiworo  ^253HK^^^^-_-S3--S--_-~~3--~---__--S^SSKaK^__-_8  93  JiBB^HIIfltfMffB^  iilei English  Lienlfe-  0t|]   |f^ftf3lt_-l  Rionc 886-2481  Ust Price $379  LESS TRADE  YOU PAY  MATCHING  DRYER  * 2 SPEEDS  I    BRISK-GENTLE  * 2 CYCLES  NORMAL - SHORT  i  * 10 YEAR TRANSMISSION  GUARANTEE  * 2 YEAR GUARANTEE ON  ALL PARTS AND LABOUR  yy  <nJf  f*.  .*..  ,*,$  - ��  tr  _* i^  mY  . '  B.1.X  ^����_wiM|  i> R��Wfl^��MWnM��l  "   'V   iWipn. iBHiiwif ��� (mwMW. ww tf mi��WfHt"W*  SZ^LZfZZ ^t f ^*^4*4H *1,H? ���nr*ivV"*r^Y"*->;rs^7r?^+^*(t^HlW-i!''t.rrrs^'t^-t^ . kw^i ytry-^ryti * ���^^yyvi"-^J--<y* ���<��� *  W'/-T !     *"l v ^ * y"'"*'��    ��'       f    .,;?/<   s^v1/'    ; /^ '^'V/' "   5-   -  , s' ' / Y* Y     Y "  * i <<"        ftf Mr   ��       -'  ,        i        f  ffew concept >.��  ii ."" i ~ i j in i  a  Twenty percent^increase  expected in postal rates  THE   HON.   Eric , Kierans,   Postmaster those exceeding the estaW-sihed parcel pgist  ',   General,  announced a  giant  step  to dimensions and wbkti. muist'receive especial  bove'jpostal rates and im___g regidatiolis handling in the mail stream.'      *,    ��� ' ���"���  ^mttadMoiaipatenitoamodertctenx^ xntexsataon    rates   which    could, be  merad vernal*. No class tA mod w_I ad;justed   wiaiin   ae   ^.s^i,^   rMe  fcemaui uo^nged a��d ra^vbwih do not for dwnestic ^^ ^^ ^ ^ reidsed  wised effective November 1st, 19S8. ^ ^ fctter ^^.ae Un34ed fitatfi|5#  For years the difference between a third The new*rate wall be 10c an ounce wjikh  faass onaiL'itein and a parcel post item was js. the same as the current rate on United  kstaWsshed to a large extent, by the intend States   'a$r   mall   letters   addressed   to  jbf the mailer. This resulted in ?ates beinig Canada.   ' l  JBstabiishfed  on  individual   ruling   rather _   . ��� .    ,,            -              , _   ,,  than on post offitee handling costs. Now al g&JL*3*��� (1seSiT ? Farhafe?  third and fourth class items of mail if - SgSS��  aW**?1 ^   b!   6���?h*_ to+  ihey weigh one pound or less  wil be *%??(*��? "��f* "^ on *������_�� first  handled �� third class item, mail and' as SSL^ ���ailB *?�� on secoDd ��^S5 mad  W post when they weigh over one* which is made up .f-newspaper and maga-  Mind.   Administrative  work  in  defining *utss'  lass will be eliminated and work at post Revised rates are expected to add 17  office wickets and in mail rooms of in- million dollars to postal revenues for the  dustry wall be faster and more accurate. remainder of the fiscal year ending March  With this change the special delivery 31^1969.  and insurance  systems which applied  to  Page A-_ -  ';    The PteJjira&u.a. Time-  ^    yUdneiday.Septembot IQ, .19jaQ  .  m__  MM  1  ,       . *      "   '     44  WPWIItlir__WMM8���ljt��  Wanl- fo make ;yotfr~ hotns  forger, more comfortable; mora  modem,. r more fceautiful?  Whatever home improSremfertf  project you have in. mSrtd,  you'll find-helpful ideas ond  informal-ion ot your oJte.$foj>  supplies shop   ^  lyf  SyppliesTLfii;'  Phone 885*9669  SECHELT, B.C.  parcel post or fourth dass mail wil be  Thrifty shoppers  Well, I'm not too sure about the color five year old sister Penny tiiinfcs pital auxiliary volunteers from Port extended to cover third class. Included in  says three year old Ronnie Berdahl beads are just the thing to brighten Mellon to Pender Harbour, there's " third class mail category are addressed  to Thrift Shop attendants, Mrs. Ruth up a little girl on a wet Saturday always a bargain at the Thrift Shop. and tmadw-sed corculars and all types of  Nield and Mrs. OmJa Sinclair, but   morning. Neatly maintained by hos-  x&��m  greeting cards, including Christmas cards  Rate .changes to these items will establish  the cost of mailing an addressed circular  or a greeting card at 5c for the first two  punces :and 3c for  each  additional  two  ounces. TUnaddressed advertising material   I  Sc for Jhe first two ounces and l%c for  each   additional  two  ounces.   The  lesser  rate  for  unadrressed  mail is  based  on  actual handling  operation  which  is less  jthan   for   individually   ^addressed    maiL  Similarly, a special rate' for mailers in  Quantities of 10,000 or more third' class  addressed items has been established at  4c for first two ounces and 3c for each  additional two ounces. This special rate is  contingent upon the -nailer pre-sorting and  bundling the mail in accordance with post  office requirments.  Parcel post mail will; be adjusted only  for oversize items where the new handling  surcharge will be 75c. Ovensize items are  :,vn-y>. ^>^:.���^Y^l  WITH AM  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  i ���  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE IIMMS  mmmmaam  Extra; Service 'Y  Busy little hospital auxiliaries .thrift .ph.duity^:___-_)^g:.-&_^^.j&bi^ shoes  Shop in Sechelt will now be open on to, pocket^ books &re ^h^ec^Haj^our  Thursday mornings as well as all members J Mrs. May Eevmgs;YMrs:  day Saturdays.  Profits  buy equips Edith McNaugth-On;   3^. J^rbaia I  ment for St. Mary's Hospital an^[ Higgins and Mrs. Jean Sliadeyv  ,'iqfimbers of six auxilaries take turns ;      ,;.��� y  :... c.:'-._ -p- '������^..-..;.l  _r _.IH_f.���** ^ ���_ . ._ >��� ___. '   _    .���       Y__   ��� _. _': Y .-_ _���     '  THIRSTY! - FOR MUSIC!  Most children love jit and need it  to build their lives with. The accordion fills this need in a beautiful  and versatile way. The fall term  will start soon, why not inquire  while our rental instruments last?  Risbey's Accordion Centre  885-2109  jm"rX!!'��-~^*v',T'lw**"**  U-^ -H.M j* ���_���������   ������������! MDIIW "* **'"V **      ^  For your Automatic Washer  and Clothes Dryer  JT'S FRiOiDAIRE  See your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE  Dealer in Gibsons- with GN4AC  ��� Y.-.-���      Time Paymenf- Plan. "-::?-y>>  EdrCs hardwire i  ON THE ^VHARF. AT GIBSONS  Phone 886-9600  �����  " "Pt''"A ^^SSrY***^ K" -^X*YV'"Y rj '������ V'Ksy. " ���  f��*   -JV.i*k v    ���. ^  * *_.      -     s  J_��  '4 i  *' : rytyPP )  r  _'y1  -m���  - 1  School ��IsffrkB1 M��o 46 (St^clieit)  -  Foil 1968  GEI^ERAi- -IMRMIMVIATI0W  COURSES BEGIN (unless otherwise noted) September 23, 24  25 '26.  PLEASE NOTE '      '  Classes ore open to. all people  15 years and older,  not presently attending schools. ','  All fees ore colllected on the first night of classes.  All courses are free to old age pensoipers.  Refunds will be made only in case of course cancellations or genuine need.  UnlesS|otherwise noted texts qnd materials will be supplied, by students.  Night classes will be closed jpn/holidays and other occasions when Schools are closed.'  ' '   ' i       i. ������''  REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:  Register with instructor on first and second night of classes.  Course locations are listed below.  TIMES;  AH courses are from 7:30-9:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.  VOCATIONAL ANO CAREER COUNSELLING:  Counselling   in   training  courses  and   educational   prograrris   both   outside   the   school  district will be given. For appointments or information call 886-22,41  and ask for the  Adult Education Director. Assitance can be given In ihe following areas:  Secondary School completion at night school or by correspondence courses through the  provincial Department of Education.  University level programmes: A wide variety of courses ore offered through correspondence  by universities Ip Canada. Catalogues will be available.  Vocational School programmes in British Columbia.  Other educational opportunities are available,  ACADEMIC COURSES  Social Studies 11  & 12���Elphinstone, Mon., Sept, 23, 34 nights, Room 201 $25.00  Mathematics 11 6, 12���Elphinstone, Mon,, Sept, 23, 34 nights, Room 103  $25,00  Basic Adult Education���Elphinstone, Tue,, 5ept. 24, 12 nights, Room 128 $15,00  Grade 10 Vocational Prep. (English)���Elphinstone, Tuc��� Sept/24 & Thu., Sept. 26, 24 nights.  Room 104 , $25.00  BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL  Bookkeeping Elementary���Elphinstone, Mon,, Sept. 23, 12 nights, Room 221   $15,00  Business Law���Elphinstone, Thu., Sept. 26,   12 nights, Room 221 $15.00  Typing, Begin.���Elphinstone, Ded., Sept. 25,   12 nights, Typing Room $15,00  Typing, Advan,��� Elphinstone, Wed,, Sept. 25,  12 nights, Typing Room $15.00  Retail Sales���Sechelt El��� Wed., Sept. 25,  10 nights, Trail Bay Building  , $12.50  YOVATIONAL, HOBBY i RECREATIONAL  Introduction to Bo'-lc Mac.h, Shop���Elphltntone, Wed,, Sept. 25, 12 night'., Room 105  $15,00  ' Bavic Alteration & Drccssmaking���-"-Elphinstone, Mon,, Sept, 23, 12 nights, Sewing Room $15,00  Building ft, Construction���Elphinstone, Mon., Sept. 23, 12 nights, Woodwork Shop ,,$15.00  Woodworking. Clyhlnstone, Tuc, Sept, 24, 12 nights, Woodwork Shop        $15,00  Advanced Soarponshlp���Sechull El., Mon,, Sept. 23, 20 nights, Trail Hoy Building .. $16.00  fly 'Tying��� I. Iphlnstonc, Wed., Oct. 9, fi nights, Room  106       Y    $10,00  M^n't  Handball     Scclwlt   El,, Tu�����''Sc'pl,  24,   20 nights,  Activity'Room Drop-In  Fee  ladle/ Kf(|) Til Gibsons El., Thur,, Sept. 26, 12 night . Activity Room $15,00  Lodlr .' Keep Eit 5��_helt El., Wrd��� Sept, 25,  12 nights. Activity Room  $15.00  Mixed Vollrty Ball���Ponder Hnrb., Tuo��� Sept, 24, 20 nights, Gym      Diop-ln Fco  Ml*cd Volley Ball---Elphinstone, Tuo,, Sept. 24, 20 nights, Gym  Drop-In i'oc  Mixed Volley Ball---Roberts Cr��� Thur., Sept. 26, 20 nights, Activity Room   D.op-ln Fco  Mixed Volley Ball���Sechelt El., Mon,, Sept. 23, 20 nights, Activity Room   Diop-ln Fen  Piloting���Elphinstone, Tuc, Sept. 24, 20 nights, Room 102   ....'..,..,.$20.00  GENERAL INTEREST  International Gourmef.Cooking���Elphinstone, Tue., Sept. 24, 12 nights. Foods Room ..$15.00  Band Music for Adults���Elphinstone, Mon., Sept. 23 and Thu., Sept. 26, 24 nights,  Annex   "A"    . .  ___: _._$30.00  Ceramics���Pender Harb., Tue., Sept. 24, 12 nights, Lab. . . . . .$15.00  Ceramics���Rose & Art Enterprises, Tue., Oct. 8, 10 nights, Ceramics Shop  ....$15.00  Ceramics, Sechelt El., Tue., Sept. 24,  12 nights, Basement $15.00  Magazine Article Writing���Elphinstone, Tue., Sept. 24, 12 nights, Room 128 ���..r $15.00  Lapidary���Gibsons El., Wed., Sept. 25, 12 nights, Basement .  $15.00  Water Color���Elphinstone, Tue,, Sept. 24, 12 nights, Art Room  $15.00  Oil Painting���Elphinstone, Wed., Sept. 25, 12 nights, Art Room  $15.00  Oil Painting���Sechelt El., Thu., Sept. 26, 12 nights, Art Room $15.00  Oil Painting���Welcome Beach Comm. Hall, Wed., Sept. 25, 12 nights, Hall  $15.00  Oil Painting���Bowen Island, Wed,, Sept. 25, 12 nights, Activity Room $i25.00  Oil Painting���Madeira Park El., Mon., Sept. 23, 12 nights. Activity Robm  $15.00  Audio-Visual Operation���Elphinstone, Wed,, Oct. 9,  10 nighty., Room 201   $12.50  Beautiful Brit. Columbia���Elphinstone, Tuc��� Sept. 24,  12 nights, Room 201  $15.00  Conversational French���Elphinstone, Wed,, Sept. 25, 12 nights, Room 130  ..$15.00  Public Speaking���Elphinstone, Mon., Sept. 23, 20 nights. Room 128 $25.00  Flower Arranging���Elphinstone, Man., Sept. 23, 12 nights, Art Room $15.00  Geology & the World Around Us���Sechelt El., Tue., Sept. 24, 12 nights, Trail Bay .....$15.00  Fine Needlework���Elphinstone, Thu., Sept, 26, 12 nights, Sewing' Room  $15.00  New Math for Parents���Elphinstone, Tue,,. Sept, ��24, 12 nights, Room 103 $15.00  New Math for Parents���Madeira Park El,, Wed, Sept.'25, 12 nights, Room 103  $15,00  Principles of Investing Money���Elphinstone, Thu., Sept. 26, 5 nights, Room 103  $ 5.00  Modern Marriage, How To Get Along In Lile -Elphinstone, Thu., Oct.  10,  10 nights,  Room 201  ...��� $1-00 P<* wsslon  ���im. ijitH- ipv-wq<  .j<^:*t'*��^  �����    'it-  ���Mf***.  1  ' -     ^^^ter^^***' .'_'���!������ '    '  ^',iip,'i  ���W  f��r  ��� ._>J��  *   Y'  \> *���'  ,.  Pointing classes  t\;l  FROM SOUTHERN CROSS TO NORTH STAR  P|oct)���Madeira Pork Elementory Activity IVnn, Tuesdays, Time: 7:30-9:30 p.m.  Place���Welcome Beach Community Hall, Wednesdays, Time: 2:30 p,m.>4:30 p.m.  Fee���$5,00 per person; $7.50 per couple, I'enMoners free. Rglster first night of tllm showing.  K  t  4    ^,. .  >>^^  ��1" 'mk-  DOWN UNDER  OctoUir flth, 9th (Tues, ond Wo.j.)  t  "l  DISCOVERY UNDER THE  SOUTHERN CROSS  Octolx-r 22nd-23rd (Tuns, ond Wod.)  THIS FORTUNATE LAND  November 5th and 6th (Tues, ond Wnd.)  CANADA'S NORTHERN PEOPLE  November 19th and 20th (Tuc��,, ond Wed.)  UNDER THE NORTH STAR  December 3rd, 4lh (Tues. and Wcd.)  V A' "*' ���  ^ ?��� >4!M^  t .  P?m0^*y4#^(y,0 r^-  , _ji  milPi  ii * ��*ii__^w 4t#awi  h*��_, ^i^wwj-***--**-'!**-! w*> Wii��_in��iW_.*n-MI<i#WW��# J J  /V 0.*     +- ^     -.   J*-""  ,,. _.  Vocational classes  ..CU,,*.,.,,,, .   mh.,** j*",<^-! i^'*h"*' f*-;.*,'--*-r*"+'**-*,"��- -*"��'���>���'":-, .' b"'-   .('-  ..,H.:.*( ,.��,-.-> vh- ������'  ,4.**:^..--i hM"1 tt^nat.  1(*[ ,(..*>���# /fin-,*,, (^:-t*<��(_'#_'fc(*in  1^'i^#'^'^f*>>ii��^^^*^*^-^".w^(''^-��~^'w-��>rw,ta�� i.,*m>;iY-��>??iiP*'s^P'PPi''Pl'sth^ . --^>�����  ' * - '        < { , -       ,' ,        ' < ,%     r "     - Y'' Y-- ^-s        ' '" V        ">   ','''"/,', 'S    \      .       J'        ' I  '' V > . '      '     - -. i-   ��� ' \ '- ���   -   ��� T '   ��� .-. , '  -���^v^^ev^^s^'irj^v- fTrr^TP^^  LR Brownies and Guides ���  receive additional aid  FE&Str meeting of the L. A. to tbe Brown- -  ies and Guides lor Hie 1988-69. year, was  held on September n, 1S68. It was noted  .that a successful book sale was held by  the Li. A. in July, netting the club $69.00.  Encouraging news was 'given to the  mewbct&op when it was learned that  several new Brown Owls and Tawny Owls-  had offered their services, enabling,Brownie Packs to open as follows.  1st Sechelt Brownies-St Hilda's HalL  1st meeting was held Sept 16 at 3 p.m.  iBrown Owl���jMetis. Dbnalda Sigouin; Taw-  ney Owl���Mrs. Drain. ,'<.  i 2nd Sechdt- -Brownies '��� Eesidential  School. 1st Meeting was held September  16th. Brown Owl���(Mrs. Harriet Newton.  Tawney Owl���<MJrs. lna Grafe.       r-  Wilson Creek Brownies���iWilsoh Creek  HalL 1st .Mtedting���f__h.iu_.day, SfSipltemtber  ,19th at 3.80 p.m.. Brown Owl���Mrs. Boni  Paetkau; Tawney Owl���Mrs. Diane Eberle.  list Sechelt and Wilson Ctfeek Guide  companies are still in need /of leaders.  Anyone interested please contact Mrs.  Harriet Newton,  L. A. Division meeting of the Hunechin  District .Powell River, Texada Island,  Gibsons, Sechelt) wall be held in St. Hilda's  Hall in Sechelt on September 28���beginning at noon with a box lunch, with discussion groups during the afternoon and supper at 6 p.m.  On September 21st a Training Camp for  Brownie and' Guide leaders will' be held  at Camp Olave from 9 a.an. to 5 p.m. .  m^s  afeWKfefeaw-d-rf  S1S  '*��*-�����-��  am** -aiiWIMgglT.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  W  _#.  Roberts Creek artist  exhibits work  ^���_.JIJ.WLW^^M^;^a^W"arfgaBf  ECHELT VMM  ���PRESENTS���  I  _���__&-��� .v-jr- _n_,HaV>*.f~"^"r"57"*���'  ���   :*     ***.$  ���*���   ">" _f* '#**'  I      -'   OK.*      .  !  ��X '%<  **������ *-ii jj��.j-A  ��UUSS WW'S  . ..��� Spencer Tracy,  Sidney Poitier,  '    Kotherine Hepburn  6 BIG DAYS  Technicolor Out 10 p.m.  ADVANCES) PRIGES  Adults $J.50  Students $1  Children 75c  Thur.j Fri., Sat. and Mon.. Tue., We_����  September 19,20, 21 and 23, 24, 25  !  iQICK-ffairsb.O- Roberts Cree* whose paint-  ' |ngs will foe hung in the Gallery Shop,  Seehelt until the end of September credits  his interest in art to Jack Shadbolt, Ms  art teacher at school in Duncan." *  However upon, leaving school there wasn't <1ime for drawing or painting and the  talent lay dormant until several years ago  when he received oil paints as a Christmas  present from his wife Ruth.  This was a new medium with which to  work and a course at night school provided valuable information about mixing colors and methods of application.  Time to paint especially wh^ni in the  mood is a problem faced by all artists,  but when the only time available is winter  evenings and landscapes are preferred, the  problem looks insuperable but Dick Marsh  has worked out a satisfactory solution by  using his color slides as a guide.  Extremely modest about has achievements, Dick Marsh has so far only exhibited locally but has won prizes for his  work at the Fall Fair. His large "Sunset  in Howe Sound" contribution to the Gibsons  Fence Painting contest 2% years ago was  greatly admired and hangs in Ken Watson's  store.  Most of the paintings to be displayed  at Sechelt are of British Columbian landscapes, many are familiar Sunshine Coast  scenes, lhe Gallery is open from io a.m.  to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.  Several local artists including Robert  Finlayson, Gower Point; Kay Wells, Roberts Creek; Trudy Small and Alex Znotin  of Gibsons have submitted paintings to the  Vancouver Art Gallery's "Spectrum '���8"  open to all amateur painters in B.C.  Scholarship winners  Elphinstone students qualifyingfor   Szabo; Bob Wing; Pat Warn; Nor-  sebolarahdps which will help mem jman  Blatchford;   Carol Procfaaow;  during their first year of further 'Jim Rudolph; Phyllis Hauka; Gor-  study are from left: John Charman'; jdon Haukqi and JP*hal Reeves.  "Robert Nixon;  Robert Baba;  Bev }  f  OOJL-Jnli  Section B  Wednesday, September 18,1968  Pages 1-4  Threw beer bottle  ���  ��� m  ... 'A-.-iztyear-old toy, JLooldng at his aunt's  j^���piy|ed }a^^i^,.babsk."^o1M��VJS  w|y she^ept.-blunder her* coat so long.'  QiU-  Specwt tow rates for women���  one good reason to  LOOKATIIFE  with us-now!  J���l_Y<''     '      .   ;,     }r-^  th_ ''���'' ''  Cprv^aft-Wesl: ��� Life  AOOURANCB COMPAMV  Sour toy to guamnteed flnandcl ceastttg  .tf  .�����.  _��_,. r>  Jjiit rPi.l  Robert E. Lee  For further Informotion write t<?  Box 600 GIBSONS  lap.     t&'w^MWiWUmfj    lira  HEGULA-^ SCHEDULE FLIGHTS  PENPEil Hit. * SECHELT - GIBSONS  DOWfiTOWfi VAMCOUVEH  MONDAY ��  WEDNESDAY  ���o- Leaves ^  Pender Hbr.*  Sechelt  Gibsons  Vancouver  . ���     1  9:00 a.m.  7:30 a.m.  8:00 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  11:30 a.m.  12:00 p.m.  12:15 p.m.  i  FRIDAY  ���tat- Leaves t)  Pender Hb,r.*  Sechelt  Gibsons  Vancouver  9:00 a.m.  7:30 a.m.  8:00 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  11:30 a.m.  12:00 p.m.  12:15 p.m.  6:00 p.m.  4:30 p.m.  5:00 p.m.  5:15 p.m.  EABLY moraing conflict at Middlepoinl  resulted in Don Glass of Vancouver appearing on an assault charge in Sechelt  last Friday. Charge was laid by Charles  Boy Fenn who told the court he was awiak-;; '���  ened shortly after 3 a.m. on the morning  of July 7 by Glass who'was shining a light? -  in his face and demanding to know where  bis wife was. Glass then left to -kid bis  wife who was iin another aoom together  with her children. Shouting and swearing  then broke out .and,Fenn got up and asked'  Glass to leave the house. "Following further argument, Glas^ was. alleged to, have  thrown a beer bottle striking Fenn: on the  elbow, he also stnifk Fenrfs son when-he  attempted to phone for -the --police. -������.���-.���;  Glass finally left ithe home after Fens  picked up a small bore rifle following which  the phone was repaired and the police notified.  Glass told the court he had visited;-the  Pender Harbour area in order to effect a  ; recoociMat-m * ^��Pi 'las- -jpjfc., -who' bad?^  him about four months ago. She was staying in a cabin with'the three children but  said she would be moving out that day  into the Fenn home at Mddlepohit, Femt  would be moving-out the same day.  '-���" ���  After spending the night having a few  drinks, he returned tip the Fenn house and  discovered Fenn to be still.- an residence.  Result was he became somewhat annoyed  and this led to the subsequent circumstances,' however, he said! he had no recollection of throwing a bottle at Fenn.  Magistrate Charles Mittelsteadt in passing sentence of six Vmonths suspended,  told Glass he could see bis position in that  he wished to' get his wife away from" the  house, at the same time he was actually  in another person's home. He was also ordered to place a bond of $250.  CONTESTED  Mrs. Thelma Williams of Vancouver  conducted her own defence unsuccessfully  against a charge of driving without due  care and attention. Charge arose following an incident July 8th when her car went  out of control and rolled over near Roberts  Creek.  For her defence Mrs. Williams stated  she had been exeprieincing some trouble  with steering while returning to Vancouver, first thing she knew of anything being  wrong was on finding the auto on the  wrong side of the road, it then 'swung off  the highway and that was ail she remembered. Friends came along and took her  to hospital after she had climbed out  through the passenger side door. On inspecting the car later, it was found one  rear tire was flat and the wheel had pulled  out of its socket.  Police stated all tires were up immediately after thc mishap and suggested the  damage to the' wheel was as a result of  tlie impact.  Passing a verdict of guilty as charged,  Magistrate MliMel^toadt told Mrs. Williams  she had admitted the brakes had been previously reported as out of line and also that  she had been ex-^enciitg difficulty with  the steering, the onus therefore rested upon her. He leveled, a fine of $$0���  Long engagement^ :_re bgst, for young  people shouldbe-h-P^iaslbiig a&they ean.  QUi-UFICAH-li-S  t  The names of registered owners will automatically be placed on  the list of voters. This should be checked, when the preliminary list is  posted.on October 20/ 1968, prior to the Court of Revision held  November 1, 1968.  Qualified persons, OTHER THAN PROPERTY OWNERS, may have  their names entered on the list provided tfiey have the qualifications  shown below. A Declaration to this effect must be filed with the Municipal Clerk on a form provided, within one week of being made, at the  Municipal Office- South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C  THE LIST OF VOTERS WILL CLOSE AT 5 PJvl. MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 30,1968.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR PERSONS OTHER THAN REGISTERED  PROPERTY OWNERS:���  RESIDENT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or other British subject of the full oge of 21  years, who has resided continuously in the Village of Gibsons for six (6) months  prior to the submission of the prescribed .Declaration.  , TENANT ELECTOR���A Canadian citizen or other British subject of fhe. full oge of 21  years, who has been a tenant in occupation continuously;of .iwd. property in the  Village of Gibsons for not less than six (6) months inarsedsatdy prior to the  submission of the prescribed Declaration. Those eligible are cxn^ants of rented  premises who do not reside in the Village of Gibsons*  CORPORATIONS���The name of a coiporation.is-not automatically; placed on the list  of electors. Corporations owning property or qualifying as Tenant-electors, are  required to file with the Municipal Clerk written authorization naming some  person of the full age of 21 years, Canadian or British subject, as its voting  agent. Such authorization must be filed not later than 5 p-ra., September 30,  1968. This will-remain in effect until it is revoked or replaced by the Corporation.  The foregoing applies to,the Village of Gibsons Municipal List  of Electors only, for use at the Municipal Elections in December, 1968.  If further information is required telephone the Municipal Office ���  886-2543.  Gibsons;, B.C.  August 28,1968  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  I  SATURDAY  ���ma- Leaves ��  Vancouver  9:00 a.m.  Pender Hbr.'*"  7:30 a.m.  Sechelt  8:00 a.m.  Gibsons  8:15 a.m.  SUNDAY  -o- Leaves'^  Vancouver  7:00 p.m.  Pender Hbr.*  6:00 p.m.  Sechelt  6:20 p.m.  Gibsons  6:30 p.m.  ,* Includes ��� Thmrmmnby If land and Mchon liland  Children under 12 yr��. % fara  NOTCt Plea.o Itctorvo Scat* In Advance  CONNECTING FLIGHTS MON., WED. AND FRI. TO LOGGING CAMPS  One Way Fares To Or From Vancouver  I.LIND  BAY  _.   22M  EARLS COVE   _ 20-65  CGMONT    -- 19.60  SECHELT  -     9.00  GIBSONS -. .-.-    9.00  KEATES IS ....-    9.00  PENDER  HBR.  RUBY LAKE  19.25  21.70  SAKINAW.LK ;  21,70  SECRET COVE   16.45  THORMANBY IS.    17J5  VANGUARD BAY    22.40  c  11  ALL OTHER RAtES ON REQUEST      ' I  X-j, For* For Cti'tMrmn Under 12 Y��or�� When Accompanied Of Adult  RATES AND SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGS  TO SOUP     CAM..EU...0OZ.  OBIAMGI CRYSTALS  KETCHUP   E.D..M.TH  TOBLET TISSUE z__  BMSTA  Ff.OZEfMSTf.AWBE  zsmtBfxmMmwma^  ^*^^^s!^il^SS^^^^Sf^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  \  ."'  V*.  _^��*r*��W>#��f>^.*��*M��*V**  ti 00t%i.m*it&'^i*<***0^-m*m>*90<>*^''t<'"><i*  m. ***4*M*0'f*>*<*ii**J��i'  ���wi*m*. Mi^'^li<fww.j��^Bm��y��*wWW*��iyi rV   \' i- *?'-'>' 5Y v -v�� *\- ^Y^-Y'liYY_������" ,&u!^_2S2_ja^^  M-��w.i.J.W^-f-^iHiii)ir..j, unit*  \  Poge B-2  The Peninsula Times   Wednesday, September 18, 1968_  School District 46 . . .  7h The $m00fi���e  t^mitmpmtiflt^  Adult education programme  k-cludes Band mussc course  HAVE YOU ever had a sneaking hunch  that you would like to play a .musical instrument in a band?  TMs year you will have a chance to do  this in the new band music course for  adults Ithat is being offeted t)y the* adult  educatioh department-"<_:  School  District'  No. 46 beginning next week.  The new course is aimed at providing  adults' who have never had the opportunity  to learn a wind instrument an opportunity  to join, a band program. It will give those  who have had some experience on this itype  Of inBthuntent a chance to join a band program. '  The T>and course will be divided into  *wo .terms. The first term-���from September to Beoember���for those adults with  little or no background on band instruments. The -group will meet twice a, week  and receive instruction in the rudiments  of music and instrumental techniques for  iBegmners. At the conclusion of this term,  those wfto wish to continue will do so as  advanced learners'.  The second term���from January to  March <also bi-weekly)���will be for those  people who not only want to learn more,  !But also for those persons with band exper  ience who wish to ^-familiarize themselves  One night .will be devoted to further instruction in musicianship and rehearsal.  The other night will be concert band practise onlyl  __J ifr hope^d that a' solid nuclei_> for a  senior ctae^rt band can be realised" from  this adult band .course.,,  The instructor will be Mr. ��� Prank Pos-  tieihwaite, ;music man for the school district'. Mr. Po-rtleifchwaite not only has exper-  ieifce' as a'sehdol music'4achef, but has  been, in a number of Ar_dy Staff Bands including ther Boyal Highlanders, Black  Watch, and Engineer_s .bands. He has also  had 10-years'experience as-a member of  professional dance, bands.  A''meeting of interested parties will be  held on Tuesday flight; September 2��, 7_30  p.m., Annex A, at Elphinstone Secondary  School.- to demonstrate the various instruments and to answer questions as to' selection, purchase, and/or rental plans.  A small Soy was telling his mother a-  bout a ride hfe had with-his father: "Gee,  Mom/' he said, "we passed two idiots,  _foee"iilbfr��is; foiif darn fools, and i doii't  lbiow hbw many knothe_ds."  Reserve MOW ���ifi# be sure  of SfOlAGE space for ffie winter.  Reasonable RATES and expert- ��ar <�����  _>t_ft___r, oJie ot o4yv ship's frequent trips  to South Aan*rica. I spent ffibee days' u (  Guyana. u__mg with ^several ofjny fellow  officers I was invited to, attend .an'.'East  Indian wedding, thirty miles* up -the (Dean-  erara -liver, % was with much.' att&cipatiok  that I awaited the festivities and eajoy-  ment which seein to accompany suchL an  event But .what I found to hav_! a very  sobering effect1 was the acttial ceremony,  for the groom was only ten years' of age  his bride a mere nine years. The wedding  wa_,> in ��Sect, a business agreement' foe-  iween the two families. Through this arrangement each family would obtain. (Certain assets of the other. The dildren, of  course, fcacfno say in the matter. '  Following Hie ceremony^ the chMren  would return to the fold of tfieir famlKfes  until they were in their teens and ffiwght  malfcure enough 0~live~ ip wedded-tift&s:  Then and only then would they, be attorned  to go off together to create a Me for. _ae_i-  selves.  This arrangement would never be condoned in our society, nor would it worik.  But in other societies, such as that of India,  these events seem commonplace with* all  parties seemingly happy.  Thus I found that society, in itself, is  a relative state. Environment ahd' culturil  heritage, not to mention economics, govern the grounds on which a society is ibuilt.  Something that does not conform to the  teachings of our-society ^should^ not be condemned, for* Who are, we to' say *out * policies aire ihe only, correct ones *bj. which  every individual should.be governed? . . .  Datelline: Georgetown, Guyana: For a  young fellow, the prospect of signing on a  ship and going" off to sea fills She mind  with images of romance and" "adventure.  Howeyer, it does not take long &>r the  novelty of travelling to foreign coiintries  to wear off arid dreams of swashStiuckling  cameraderie to become baneful reality.  The sea is a .ver^r taxing element and ffliose  who chooi-4 tO'!^.down-!to the sea in ships  finally c<frnel4d ;-inderstand' ithemselves as  a brotherhood,'set apart from the rest of  society. They realise the power of the sea  and the inexplicable grasp in which a man  can become trapped. She becomes a home,  a way of life, a means of constant soul-  searching, happiness, loneiliaiess, friendship, or the devil personified. The sea' is  -by JbHr�� .-e.hei-tttjton  aU ithere tMtigf. for a.single _ia_; the  sea is iie,i_e_l'-way of'life'If he is willing  to make ft a" means to an end. Take what!  he cad -from bet, he must, olherwise* she  ���vsdll'take fixim him. The sea is a "cal&jg"; '  it will get' in the blood of a1 man and if he is  not carieful' wil -find himself travelling  down a one way street.  '    -  Eveiy man nsrho has accepted" _ae demands imposed by the sea ivjur evehtualiy  find the time come�� when lie must choose  between MS own l_e and that of the sea.  A friend and former shi^matek has reached' Hhe crossroads, M which leadr fl>-t  one way stipee*. iFrom his homfe inr Georgetown, he writes: "To be quite, frank, I-am  skk of going to sea. Since any son was  born, I have been getting more atid more *  restless and less and less satisfied with v  ^seagoing generally^ I feel I ought to" be  home with the wife to help care-for him  and as he is nbw starling to icrawl- arouhd  and recognizing people, r feel that I should  start bfejag a father to him instead of1 aff  occasional" visitor. 1 have tio doubt that you  ���will come to the same conclusion when  your boy gets to be bigger. I literally feel  sick eyeryit&me 1 leave Georgetown, no  matter for how long it might 'be.  This has led inie >to make up my mind  'to attempt to leave the sea altogether..'  .... He then goes on to tell me of plans  he has for returning to school for a fresh  start in a totally new field . . . "yfiW this  I, would ,be able to earn a,good salary  and command a good arid interesting job.  ,.'��. f<_et tliat'it will b6. worth the sacrifice  thalt, we .will have to make for the first  year and-will 'give us, a_ good future���a future we could never hope to have if I stay  at sea for the rest.of my life. '  Wis'h me luck", Jack, for I did not rea>-  lise beofre just how difficult it is ito get  away from the se_i.  But I now understand the failure of so  many old'fellows tHait we meet at sea who  are obviously unhappy but are unable to  do anything about it".  So, to any young '������ 0km y/tioi��� ywants to  go to sea, I" say by all- means, go. -But remember, my friend, it will not be whalt  you think it is. Make the sea work for you  rather than the other way around. It can  be rewarding or it can make life merely  an existence. The legacy it leaves is yours  to. choose correctly and your life can be  greatly benefited! . . .  Wd.  "���I'vS. *-*��Y Y' ;.     1 <  yyif\'"���/������t 1     "   J  Secret ���bv_|;}|8'f P Holfmoon- Bay  ���p(P~'  "'' ���    "��� '  .      .        -   ,,        ���"���'. *������'''"   -' {    . _,        ..   .  ^as_aa___-_%_^M5_____^^  Finest in Outboards at your  t^-^.��v1^j  JS^^^^SSS__^_^*!_^S^|^^  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone 883-2266  fflsr&ti in IpYLxM tMsffisSBkwtifcB  MO'NDAY morning Elphie had her second  assembly. The 68/69 Executive Council  members were introduced and later Mr.  Montgomery and -_r. Yablonski spoke to  tfae students body, giving some reminders  of the necessary rules and regulations for  our school -his year. It was also noted- at  the assembly that it- would probably be the  last assembly this year where the entire  student body wojild be ./present 'Due to She  *s_2e of oi_r ''.^j_^iaa^*__SiBles.:. aisembiies  "will have to?il^i^^.^"paaSs'^'"^i!nl��ir  and senior. This should stress itihe immediate need, of more gym space Sn Elphde!  The three remaining oifiees on our council were appointed this week. They are:  Secretary; -Johitt Barries, Treaisurer;  Jim  Westell ana*' bulb's: Ti_easufeir;' bathy Sallis, a new grade 12 student this year.  Last yeat a group of students together  with some teachers put quite a bit of time  into revising a .handbook for the use of all  students, ft should ibe <^ut this week.  This past week has been a very busy  week for a few students around Elphie.  Our grade '12 class, headed by our class  president, John Barnes, worked extremely  hard in decorating for our graduation 'ceremonies Saturday1 might. The stage had  Grads '68 on the back curtain with streamers reaching up to it in alternating pastel  green and yelfow and Good Luck; written  ���by Marilyn Hopkins  across the forward curtain. During the  ceremonies, Scholarships, Citizenship, and  other trophies were (presented to the winners. Mr. YR. Hanna, District Superinteri-  dant gave a speech. Pat Warn gave the  Valedictory address. One of our grade 9  students Co_een Husiby, sang "My best to  You" to our grads. There are many thanks  due for organisation of this, grad: The office s-taffYMrs.,.Day .-.and ���Mass Boberbson,  Athe-d?ra<_e ^j^^^toT^it^.-w^^iiSscs. Cfaar-  ^ .man-and Mrs. Wyngaerit for the flowers,  Mrs. E. V. Freer for her piano playing,  and everyone who attended the Graduation of the 67/68 class.  jBaaa��aaia  Come in and see us about our  Vbs  INTER RATIS on  Room and Board.  FEN1NSIILA U&tii  Sunshine Coast Highway  !B_^K__g-__a__��_T._^^  ^^._Mmiwrilii^i__BBBiMdB  tfHiiagwgaiiiiB^^  ja_JB_BBBai__=_alB  iBHIB!ftMi��HHM___Mi___^^  TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CHBLDKEM AM0 INFANTS  LADIES' SPORTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest (Shopping Centre  Save Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BIIBI,D1NG  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  PMSIM DRIVE-IN  ON HIGHWAY 101  ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  SEVENS TELEVISION  ik HADIO  STEREO - B & W and COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.V.  Oealer for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  phono 886-2280  GIBSONS, B.C.  iTIEOTFES  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  DIP POTATO CHIP AND VEGETABLE  1  Potato Chips ond dip are tho basis pf a flllino ond nutrlclous meal, Add veQc,a!.lr._  for dipping also and lunch Is on Iho table. Voaetablei. have Iholr greatoM vitamin  content when eaten fret.!, and raw so serve them Itils way whenever possible.  Slice raw carrots and turnip Into (loam. Break cauliflower into Individual florets.  Slice cucumbers and oreen peppers. Even green beans are delicious raw. Add mushrooms  ond radishes and you brave a variety to tempt any palate.  The dip Is a traditional Hungarian recipe, Tho cottage cheese and spur cream  provlffe essential protein lo tho meal. The vegetables and potato chips can be attractively  arranged on a large platter with tho dip In tho centre,  I  Potato Chip manufacturer, through research ore continually Improving processing  and' packaging to bring their products to you at the peak of freshness, ,  LIPAUER CHEESE DIP  1 cup cottage eheo-.n | t;.p, chopped copers (optional)  Vt cup unsolted butter 1 ib>.p, chopped onion  3/4 cup sour cream 11A 1*,p, toll  1 ibsp. sweet Hungarian |iapiif<a freshly ground block popper  2 \:.p. caraway seed. 3 ibsp, chopped chlvc.  1 tt.p. dry mustard  .   ' I  Doat unsalted butler with elo^trlc mixer until fluffy. Add cottage cheese and sour  creom, Bret until smooth paste is former), Add panti. n, rnrnwoy seeds, ropers, mustnpl,  onion, soil ond pepper. Combine well. Refrigerate 7 hours. If a blender K available all  Ingredients except rhlves moy be placed In blender and blended until ''month, 5prln.lt'  chives over dip after It has bren poured lain serving bowl. .Yields approximately 2 cup*.  ?i^^��?MliB��l_��)M^  ���_B*1���MhI '_��� ���I iiP-__W.     " B-_i'Bar*m_f^  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -    Sechelt, B.C.  P^siiiisisii Plumbssi  Ltd.  HEATIf-G & SUPPLIES  Your Kemfone  Sherwin Williams1  Paint Dealer     i  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, R.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at .  .  .  1  1  Helena's  Fashion Sh^ppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  25c A HA��  WltL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A MEW SHELL fURMACB  Complete   with   oil   burner,   ducts  work ond oil tank in your home.  Call   Bud  Kicwitx   your shell   Oil  Distributor.  0*6-2133 Gibsons, B.C.  ESS  _gegg^��sa_aa_B��ta��aa  asaasagaaBa^gg  ����_��  ���j_fM_'.��llMPU(Wy^^  With aim  AUTOiV3Al"IC WASHER,  AMD CLOTHES ORYEIS  Need a Washer-Dryer!  or BOTHi. See Your  ZENITH Dealer in Gibsons.  (A Matsnaf! Wells Store)  Your AtittbrisEed  ZENITH AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND DRYER DEALER  in GIBSONS.  GIBSONS HAttlMAii (1^^)  PHONE 886-2442: :  mm  >-���-,-������:V.r.v*-?1yffc|  Say Yak Saw It iln(ffm% Times'  The Provincial Credit Union Share and Deposit Guarantee fund protects the investment of all individuals,  In every credit union in British Columbia.  Such investments may be in the fofm of credit uniorr  shares and/or' credit union ddposlt accounts, tern-  deposits or any similar savings or investment plan.  Tho Fund also guarantees credited dividends on  credit union shares and credited Interest on deposits.  This protection msike^ credit unions one of the safest  places where any orie can save or invest.  -���.,.-*.  _��V^i;  i;<��nA ,$&^ mm  _i_-j-i-__����tffc_  ��� ��-_��� JUn.mriWi  POUT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT UNIOM  Gibson* Offiic*���_86-272_  Tuesday: 1:30-4:30 p(m.���Friday: 5:00-0:00 p.m.  Part Motion Oltic*���004-5239  Wt4nctday: 5.30-6:00 p.nt.���Thurxlay: 9)30 a.m.-.2:30 p.m.  ROBERTS CRE*K dtCDfr UNION  tecUtit, B.C.���0fr5.5*551  Toc��day-TKur��dayj id d.rtv.-S p.Hi, - FCiday; TO a.m.-7:30 p.m.  iin- ii ��� r i nun--1 _���.....|. ���-,-  *.  ,.;.    ry -'- nf1���r-- ���   r   i    i". n     .    L. i ��� ��� ��� m ������   " m m-n ._....._���-���nin. j.  PENDER HARBOUR CtEOIT UNION  ModelraTarSqrftC���6��3-'2236i  ,����!��#���_, I  f'Vt^ /Vi,*   <-\:  _K_____J_. j,.__,__ -i;���,,L��-^.l.fy..i i7. 7_^.i.t-_f.lt-_-l  ���gr*  . s \ **^(3'*'^-*^"-^V 1^*7**^*itY���*k*'-  dy_JU.^A *<- t ��� l0*��*��H*tHt0.HiHtl>*'  w_l <-��� lip f y-y�����e���'  -*��� -<iB-.-.^ft'-��j  sjr"l-*,\>"    r-ejrts-rf-.tr  t^^io_s<t^v_y_j^C,*^-*y'--^"'Tv._ja  f   V***  "V**v^V. W*H^^'^Oi-^-W^^^^Vrtf*^^^,R^^ Hhl-*   -.H^-VjpJ.riri-Tr*  " y��y'l^��-y,v-�����"* *��� ** ^>-^>^^x ^^ty^ w*_y*y  ��- ^ ^. t,-..y ^r*  * v_l   _,  ^ * _ i_j*. _&��*.�� .     _���   v  l        'MBA  $*     ^^i fc  Auxiliary enihusiasiic  wiik pknised  Wednesibyi;. tepiMmhep 1&/T0JS&   TliVPaiirisuIpI^Rnies        ' Pege 8*3  A _eusewi& -went *0__ipleiely; berseric' suddenly. Jose her senses this way?"  os�� ^Ihernootu  In a  wM fit^-siie threw'���, - "I'afy just as^surprised as you are, doe-  eyery kitchen utensil and crockery at- the - tor, .-'w husband answered. ''I can't ima-  MBSSBESS v��rf Sec__3t Auxiliary  to   St.    walls until, her usually spotless kitchen was - iwe .wjjai jgot into her her. She's always  JSSaiy*s Ktosj_4al attended the first aneet-    reducedlo a' total' wreck. Her hitsfcaiid con-    been .stfcb a quiet hard-working woman.  ing afe Or holidays -viih erithusidsm for    Mied a ^sjtehiatdst who asked. "Dov^ou    Why-she" hasn't been out cf the kitchen  Use' csmp^etisn ef projects" planned.       r     Juiriw of any reason why your wife should '"foritwenty years,"'  President  Mrs.   J,   Parker   welcomed     .-���_      >��� . ���'  ,    ���"������' Y. . . '._.... ���   timree new metnahers and two guests.  Nwmnbsr 16th is the date chosen for  tbe annual smmgasbord, ad affair enisled by aSl -who attend. A group of ladies  roil be twasy snaSdng candy wreaths for  sails at CSaristanas. another group will make  tray favours for patients in hospital on  Christmas Day.  A tea and display of antiques is planned  far early mew year. '  The memorial, fund is used to provide  extra e��pipn.ei_t in the pediatric ward.  Members c�� the auxiliaries do volunteer  service in  _ae hospital wards, such  as  is__res^g~^nd-^to^ngr-^^i^~iD-���the���\  TMRt Step and with' the showcase.  M fflse ElpSsnostone .-Sraditation Cere-  m<my on Satnnflay, 3Srs_ 3. PaTker on  bdsalf ��ff tlae Sechelt Auxiliary inresented  ew�� ni_ra__g scholarships, Miss Beverley  Sra&o aaud ��3tes Carol Procknow were the  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  A tax sale will be held'on Monday, September 30, 1968 at 10:00  a.m. in the Municipal Halt South- FJetcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., for  any properties within the Village of Gibsons, then having unpaid delin  quent taxes. ��� ' -  T& angfttent Binds ihe- auxiliary is con-  Ejimg a :Ca_iri$4anas raffle^ wben the first  foe a Jjeaafifiil hand tuftied rug,  s____- pares includsB -tiwo��� for boys and girls.  Tuckets may be obtained from memhers or  pJiape.S^-_SE3 or ti&iyifi&i.  Mem members -<m& be welcome at any  time; tine a____ary -meets, on the second  Thursday d the month in St. IDlda's Hall,  SscWL  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 4_ (SECHELT)  Soccdr Registration B      '1' It'  Variety Store operator Neil Camp-    -n-UXMliary Slate ,��:  bell had a, busy time last  when he took part with other soccef  enthusiasts signing up youngsters for  tiie coming soccer season. A, fair  number turned up to register at the  Seehtelt Elementary School grounds  an____atiiig an active -a_riii�� ahead.  ober  resident  reek parents  PARENTS auxUiakp td>BU>berts CredTfiefii    day 20th and "just as" a renwnder fsg.sM  its ^first ^meetiiSg of the season in the  " exciting events now being planned fb_r _���  sjy  SSItVSCi  milStliqSlillii  Highway 131  PHONE 886->662  I-Wt**  LIGHT AHD HEAVY  C.E.AVEL, TOPSOIL  M4B FILL.  Days" ��8��-2&<S3  Higiits 886-237S  I        .. or 7764  ���  sc-i3di titi&ty, Moriday evening Septemher  $. F_$ure iiiefetings will be conducted the  3rd Monday of each month at 8:00; p.m.  The attendance was very encouraging  for a start ncluding a few.new member  and of course the infallible old timers.  A discussion was held regarding the  purchase of paper hack books wr a Jaeger  variety of reading material ior (theL-ipier-;  mediate students. Cost bf these bWs would  be comaprativelp small if puftshased in a  large quantity. Not only would: tin^e books  supply tfae youngsters with1 neamng���''inat*  erial of their own personal seleotion Jbut  will also prove to be a necess-tvl fdf the  hew method of speed readSiigi i__%' introduced this year to the older gf^die^  The evening carried on with a .^ote for  or against disbanding the Auxiliary which.  seemed to be a cany-ov���3" from the previous yeai*. l__��w6Ver fli-i spirit of ��ie new  group, was all in favor of carrying on and  forgS^^ahjead with.^aSlyppuudJsei^tg 6$r  eaffiiMas-FaSi';._3ve'T^i^'cdip_iiag"yeair.  Votes were passed also fcr the election,  of officers during this term with the follow.'  ing results^  Tdrs.  Muriel EteU,  jw��sj_l___t;  Mrs. Thelma Prittie; vice-president;  Mife.  Barbara  Matthews;   scretary;   Mrs.   Gaff  Hairshje,   treasurer;   Mrs.   Faye   Biririn,  membership chairman;   Mrs. Belle  Dube,  lunch convener; Mrs. Sharon Middlemiss,  refreshments; Mrs. Mafjorie MaeFarlaney  public relations.  Hot dogs will be sold at the school Fri-  iively Halloween party tor the es&se family ii| the community hall at Roberts Ces_&-  So 1-k's fill the hall, help the school and  have1 a wonderful) time doing it, BetaSs ��J_  th& program will |be published later.  DINNER SERVED  IB  1  "EVERY FRIDAY AMD  SATURDAY EVENINGS  TBLL MIDNIGHT"  Puff�� Gunfens  Hfi-iraoo-i Boy, B.C.  Tel: 885-9927  "RBERVATIONS PLEASE'  ^^^P^^^^^^^^^M^JM^^^^^  CHILDREN UP TO 14 lh_AHS $i_25 & PENSIONERS $1_25,  EXCEPT SATURDAY $138  At Bus Stop Gibsons I Cst Hair Tfce Way Yoa Wotit  A Gourt of Revision'for the list of electors of the rural area  of this school district will be held at the,School Board Office,  Gibsons; B.C., commencing at 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1968. The Court. wjJJ continue to sit as long oi may be  necessary to consideer and rwle oh ��l]4 appeals.  Any person who wishes folapjfcai*in' respect of the list of  electors MUSTFILE AN APPEAL. I^VVRpWG with the Secretary-  Treasurer before the twentieth ddy^fS^annber.  The Court of Revision'shall <a5*h^  and revise th& list of eledtorsparid .h|s6 Tdoing^ may  (it\ correct the riarties of eliffes^:mL:<$jr$. way wrbrigly stated  !    #ier-_tt;. ^ Yl  YL',y' .'-.'���':.  (ii; add thj^names of ..ect^Cfnift^froirt the list;  (iii) strike out the names of persons from the list who are  not entitled to vote to who afe disqualified from voting;  and' j 'Y, y. | "    (iv) correcitanyothor manifest.error thjer^in; and  (b)"dcjfd to the list of elec brs the name of any person who has,  since Ithe thirtyrfirst day or August^ become gualifi^; to have his  name entered on the list of eJecforeYdhd fpr this purpose a declaration may be accepted as duly completed under Section 69  if it is delivered to the Court before.the. end of the sitting..  Does Your Club or Group-report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  I  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bkfg,, Sechelt - Phone 685 .2331  WEDNESDAY - 12 noon-5:00 p.m.  Wednesdays after 5:00 p.m. by (appointment  SATURDAY���2 p.m. to 5:00 p:m.  a^3^Mi^tiyMW^��J3!^^  ABSENTEE OWNERS ��� VACATIONING RESIDENTS  _-_S___S  .   '���' .  '*  GOVERNMENT LICENCED AND BONDED  Offers security-check patrol of homes,from Longdate to Earl Cove.  Arrange your requirements with us. Now open in the Benner Block, Sechelt, B.C.  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Phone office 885-9737, Res. 883-2688 or write P.O. Box 43, Sechelt, B.C.  Office hours: Monday-Thursday 11  a.m,-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday 1   p.nt.-5 p.m.  B__s_ai-__^^  ___  E&  %u% .0��'  i'4y.Y' '  '  ff��H^7  V .   ''    *0'y "**" - - ��� ,-��? JSt?"  *i */ r^��  Utewui__  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASH��Ft  AND CLOTHES DRYER  j  mGWMR  '���Tlf  priced right  ��� farypu!  ,  Does your laundry day seem "endless"? If it does-you need a jet^fasf  Frigidaire Laundry Pair. Automatic  Dryer ��� Jet Action Washer.  At youf A-fffMMrised  FRIGIDAIRE DEALER  1   in Sectbeft, ,  i  C ^ S Scales cBiici Serviice  Cowrie Street, Secheft fhom S85-WT3  L4BLE  STOMGE  |j@f fs��- cs2Ttf.c_'"_3n_l store  ynsr d^gstifeoaaidl fjotors  aMfif 'Oi^lsi Saws  Alf repo*i_ os__ service i�� carried  'A - #T?3: *> )?^��^PffiP?P?'p^)jY,'/*:-  Special Sdle and Servrce for  Homelite, Shikl, Canadien,  Pioneer and McCulloch  Chain Saws.  ��� SEASON END ���  \  AN�� ilEASOI^AELE OFFER !  lil_x? Et-Sssi  ajpc'01  jHHW^dljJfMNl ��_����*_l_j  0��si Saw -stiff 'Circuter Saiv Sltarg^nfng:  EsSff��  flG3tft   W���$���>*C_  Co 6;��0 !>.��-. Tuetdoy fo Saturday  HW��e @ml G05-9626 . Res. 885-2893  ���    ���     - .    . l    *7il w       '."fl^'l       1^  i -     -��...-   ���--   -_��   .ft v .���,    \ %^2    ye y  r >T_h����  '-  ,1b *���   r^*^. ; �����'��� je*w  7>     .    ^_._.  =.    Tfc.^'P'S *__-*      i*_s    _     .  J_*- .,"*  p j  , -,   .'Y.-^.^>Y.>  J,; \.J Y^f>Y----  "   '/4^_^**4?JW'--   Y J  Jv *>. ^JM  W ,j->.  -Y* -  .,.*����. ,.*).#���>*������ I. r��.-��.1  f����Wi>��!Wf��*.S��^��*iM'^.W yTP>    ~       '   <\^'Y^^\*^fr:yY   '^Y-Piy^x     P,   4','.ylPf   %r    J.^   ;  ';     fY  #**        '      l      -       ' <        ~ VY'"Y- 1 ,r ^ ,H , f    '  3_W /��� _ >*   .     ..i     fcr,.       J1 W. < "���  SR  \Y  Y/   ,<'v  'V 11  >IS>��Y l i 'I   ,  ��������?      '.,1 .!        t '  -Y   r  vP��seS-4 tlieP^nsuWI^oi  30% bo* gfe<3* ,����  Y,   Wednesday, September18, $$6$ p t ���TT���YY.Y. i Y '.   > ii  -#��  44   i . A " * T  ���Y.  Squaringly Yours  �����  5        ���by Maurice Hemstteef  TODAY we have what-1 call a jsbort ��#���'  umn; you w_llirea__��i54iat|: mean^h^x   COMMENTING- on fit) inunbei.  o�� aew   TRANSPORTATION  .ilj        teap__jog_.a|ip_iitoents1in Sec__lt Sc_ool  >&��<���?'  't-\..  U    I  V: WW -/- ^?^^J?:^7^^y:^;1^  >> f-  1 .  *    s-  "> i  1  you eomfi to *_e end.real quack Use. *   ^ ;        teaching MWM^tmenis1 in Sedielt School        Three year contract with Sedi_->t Uj$h.  -    (toe week leEi i_.1ri.-_; off __n*_"Qi sguare ^LPPL��� "_��-   &1M����,*a^_��. ^' �� Transport eommeocing September l^iQus  dancing on the Su__b__e Coast, lead__g>�� , ��1^rict ,ltos 3***. Superptendent B, B. year f^, fc^ ^D^lt ^ increased  with the Gibsons _qu_renad��is -leading fen; Hanoa,stated that it represented a 30 per- j^ 0j 44 cents pgj. ^fc^ jq^ year', tie  the Hopkins Hall with ca_ter T&axty'l&tibmA cent turn over1 which, is quite normal. board paid 40 cents per mile,  son, way out front on Sept 21. That- __aci Trusts sheila Kitson daiified the post-.       ,tt waB ako a��reed *bat Gamtoier Island A  Saturday, night at>8_30 _p.rn.-ail square Um^ m, M^ F PosUe&waife who is not c^Mren continue to travel by B.C. Feries_  dancers welcome. Tins meludes people who rn1,.jp supmdsor ^ut j^,^ teacher em- at a ^^ of *�� P61^ d��r{ ^^ aKS *,��*_��� 4  are interested inleannng to square dance . ^ ^ ^ 1^^^^ and pait time in ^^ *����?"* �� ^ ye�� wben it was  too, comfe out and see, mayt>e you would. J,Y scij^ig   ,                      , agreed that the situation be reviewed if  like this form of relaxataooa wiffli friepds. I *                        - the number of students fell below 6,  went to my Tfirst square dance in 1958! I Mrs. Kitson also queried the necessity  really didn't tihanfe that I would like it, _u_ ef reclassifying accountant Mr. G. L. York- CROSSWALKS                         _          ,     ^  ���ten year latex  I am-still going ^   -- �� sto_i ks assistant secretaiy treasurer and        Bfiganding  proposed mvesitagailaon,  into  Still have not heard from any prospec- recorded a dissenting vote wben the motion the need for, a crosswalk in the vicinity U  tive square dancers to help get a club go- was approved. Mr. Yorkston has been act- Sechelt   Elementary  School,   trustee JL$��  ing in Sechelt  They can be young, old, ��a_ assistant since April 1,  employed in Johnson said he can't see any value in it  short tall, thin, fat, beginner or pro, just this capacity temporarily for three months as children wouldn't use it. "No d___tcn  dial 885-9941 and leave your name and ad- ***>��� & vos^ble extension. toe on the other side ot the road' he said,  dress and phone number this week. Secretary Treasurer J.  Metiler stated fl r>epaxtmmt of Highways wM ��DBtdl?��  We hope our first meeting: will take he required an assistant to take over during Jkf���- a?Jer Mght on ffi^iway M at fiie  place in our square room on Saturday night his absence and Mr. Yorkston is fully quali- J���?8 ..���!^7.       ^ml^f:^  September 28.  Sure would like to have fied to do so, also it is quite usual for the ^^stog red m^ ���� Norfll and Sdoo��l  you. CSieerio for now, see you iat Hopkins.* accountant to 'hold this position. ^^YY. ������������ ���,_ u   ',  ,      .,   .u n P  - Signs will also be placed on North Boad  ^��- >  ' 4.  .  /X////X-/X UJ//  Friday High! SPECIAL  6:00 PJM. to 9:00 PM.  WELCOME CAFI - Gibsoni  For fte_-_r��ations Please Phone S96-9973  ^__OK__aK___fiB9S_^^  -______%S    indkating a school zone,  I    GROUNDS EQUIPMENT  ^ Discussing two requests for use of  grounds eqtiipment which the school boaird  is presently renting, trustees agreed to  loan the equipment and personnel to Gibsons Athletic Club for certain periods at  the discretion of the grounds supervisor.  In granting the loan, trustees took into account the fact that Brothers Park is used  by students for soccer and other games.  The board also agreed to rent equipment  and personnel to Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club on a temporary bads at the  rate of $6.50 per hour on a stiaigiht time l^-^F  basis. Trustee Norman Hough queried adequacy of the charge commenting that* the  Board could do his work for that rate.  SUC-SC-BE-E COAST S��_I0K tMZimS' HOUSING  SOCBETY STATERiEWr OF EECEIPTS AND  DISBUI_S__ll_-NirS yPT0��@_HP IMOLUpiliG  SEPTEIiBrai 12_ii, I9SS  RECEIPTS  Donations  Memberships  Bank Interest  Bank. Loan  Provincial Government Grants _  Centra] Mortgage & Housing Corp. Loan  DISBURSEMENTS  Payments on Property : ___.  Payments on Building :   Secretary's Honorarium ^   Legal Fees  Printing and Postage  Office Supplies ,__.  .ifiv.^;. _*;3_>-.��3-fi .'R��i�� ^_2s*r=i7iai3K  Interest ana Bank Charges  Water Connection     Clearing and Burning    Survey  Architects' Fees (cheque held)  Taxes   $13,599.18  154.00  188.25  9,000.00  10,500.45  3,173.00    $36,614.88  7,000.00  21,329.38  75.00  784.63  _>i6:9r  815.00  120.00  95.00  4,236.96  114.58    $35,163.10  BALANCE ON HAND  1,451.78  SKATING  Boiler skating will be allowed at Elphinr |i". ^  sitone on Saturdays from 1-4 p.m. and as  usual ait Pender Harbour Secondary School  Superintendent R. Hanna reemmended that  it be continued as there is not too much tor  youngsters to do.  ADULT EDUCATION  .... Reporting^ on forthcoming Adult: 'Education program director Frank Fuller commented "that increased fees are necessitated  by the poEey that the programme should  be self supporting. Courses are of 12 weeks  d-__tio_ with an option to continue or drop  them. Last year, during the latter stages  some of the courses were of more benefit  to the instructor than _ie^ pupils, observed  the director.  AUTHWIZIED  'a ______  Sales fyy|) Service  ��� ''PifflfS ���  Volkswagen's Name Alone  Spells Service!  SEEYOUAT  SECHELT VOLf-SWAGO.  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  885*2812 885-9646  owance  EP1CQAL  LOTS OF RA1HWEAIS M STOCK  For Sunshine Coast Liquid Sunshine  Sizes 8-16. ���   ��^��^  Reg. 5.98 \    ��l -I  SPECIAL Jnm3t3  Colors:   Grey.   Blue,  Black,  Brown.  Our Reg. Special 3.98. For  this week ^   ��s_ <^4  only. Fantastic        iJ    \\  price of  ��_�������_'��_���  Values up to $8.00  Good stock of winter gloves  oncl nnitts just arrived.  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S  SEE OUR NEW' SELECTION  BOXED EPglXOW SLBPS     .  Fancy embroidered and plain. Ideal for fhe guest  room, wedding and  shower gifts.  FLANNELETfE SWEETS  80x90.  Reg. 5.99 pair        ' Special, pair  Our Fall stock of Leotards now on Sale ^  Size 2-14 years. <l    ��| gfe  Boys'Toques. Only ioiJ  STORE HOURS  Open Mon. through Sat.  to 6 p.m.' Friday to  9 p.m.  j 1  _i  ��[ .  CANADA CHOICE  CANADA GOOD BEEF  SHOP-EASY POT E0A8T SMI!  CROSS RIB  RC��MT_  GROUND  SHOULDER .  THICK  SKORItliS  ic  -lb.  PRIME RIB  ROAST  JM  FRESH GROUND  I KEF .   UNIVERSAL  SOCKEYE PA's  .tin  ZEE SALE  pkgs.  or  issui  MOM'S  PARCHMENT WRAP  lbs.  MALKINS'S  ORANGE OR CITRO  4 lb.  3 lb. ti  in  SEVEN FARMS  ' xx 4 1, ;-.-.������'���  CHEESE  ' " -   i".  *t>  jfot  Gold Seal Y's  Molkin's 24 or. tin..  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