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Secheit Garbage collector  questions dump regulations  SID WATERS' appeared at the last meeting  ' . of. the Regional Board to discuss with  members details regarding the Secheit area  dump which he will be obliged to use with  closing of the old Secheit dump, understood  to be at the end of September.  He.said he had no objection to cost of '  one dollar a load as imposed by the. board.  His main concern was collecting fees and  also the fact that he considered some of  the regulations laid out a little difficult to  undertake.  While Mr. Waters has no objection to  keeping the dump tidy, he expressed the  view that bulldozing and covering refuse  was a little too much to expect of him.  Such maintenance would cost more than  the job is worth, he said.  Director Eric Prittie agreed that this  ..would .indeed;-be-too. much :to; ejcpect-and .  was supported by Chairman Norm Watson  who expressed the view that once the  garbage disposal referendum has been approved the matter will tie solved. He suggested to the Board* that Mr. Waters be  given authority to use the dump with  deletion of some of the stipulations- previously imposed pending the proposed  referendum.  STEADY PROGRESS  Director Lome Wolverton, reporting on  planning, warned "we should not progress  too rapidly for the Sunshine Coast could  very quickly loose its identity as such!'.  He explained that a road could open up  the area to such an extent that area residents would be sorry'for ever more.  He said he feels the Sunshine Coast is  area, etc. Costs vary but he said an average of between $15 and $16 per foot appears  to be a base price to work from.  Many builders have expressed satisfaction that some form of control has been  established and that regulations'-now. exist.  This applies to both building and plumbing,  he added.  Some protests were made by people  building sub-standard dwellings in the  Tawanek area but later the same people  expressed the view that they were now  glad changes had been made.  Changes in the National Building code  will include separate trenches for septic  tanks and will be enforced where possible  Anything larger than two bedroom dwellings will require a septic tank permit m  due course, he explained. Wooden planks  covering septice tanks are to be replaced  byc concrete * planking: and cbncreitf blocks  are not suitable.for building septic tanks.  "There have been some kicks but most  people soon realize these restrictions are  for their own good," he concluded.  POSSIBILITIES of a hotel-marina attlte '  bottom  of tbe  Bluffs,   Gibsons,  would  now appear a thing of the past and the,  owner of the property, Mr. E. Cartwngnt;  is to be advised that if the project is a. .  dead issue and he wished  to dispose ot  some or all the lots involved he should  apply to council to have the property re-  zoned to residential.  Clerk Dave Johnston advised council he  had had a conversation with Mr. Cart-  wright who had queried the situation should  he decide to resell some of the lots.  Comm. Jim Drummond explained 'that  originally the eight lots Were rezoned spec-'  ifically for establishment of a hotel-marina  only and not for just one or the other:  He said. "We went to a great deal of  trouble to make possible his proposed project and I would suggest that if he wishes  to sell some of the lots we should rezone-  back to residential."  It was agreed the clerk notify Mr. Cart-  wright accordingly.  SEEK EMPLOYMENT  A number of applications were received  from residents seeking employment as  caretaker of the municipal office. Some  discussion as to merits resulted in a suggestion by Commissioners Feeney and  Drummond that a committee be formed to  consider suitability of applicants and to  report back to council. Chairman Hodgson  decided that he and Comm. Peterson would  constitute the committee.  Comm. Feeney reported he would be  unable to sit on the coming Court of Revision due to other commitments. Tbe  chairman nominated Comm. Peterson to  replace him.  --^^--Ri_gardmg''''tKe^pro"pQ"sed Centennial project, Comm. Ken Goddard stated plans had  SeclieHEi&ict  expresses concern  'sold down river" on roads  fput out and, an early start is anticipated.  Regarding   proposed  improvements   at  the Langdale Ferry terminal, Comm. Feeney suggested council make representation  seeking a covered Walk from the ferry slip  ���see page 4  Brothers fined $100  on log salvage sharge  CHARGED under the Log Salvage Act,  Leonard Dubois and his brother Ben  appeared before-Magistrate .Charles Mittelsteadt last week charged with moving logs  without the log salvage stamp on them.  While the men have a salvage licence  Jthey were found guilty of the offence and  fined $100 each.' It is understood appeals  are under consideration.  , A great deal of interest has been shown  In this case, believed to have been the  first prosecution under the act. It has  been looked upon as something of a test  case. Should an appeal take the case to  higher court, interest is expected to be.  province-wide.  Gibsons resident  dies in accident  FATAL accident in the Gibsons area took  the life of a well-known Gibsons man  over the week-end. Edward Feidler of  School Road was discovered at about 8:30'  Sunday morning in the wreckage of his car  been submitted to Victoria and have now   * but it was not known up to Sunday night  just what time the mishap occurred.  . Police-report the car-apparently failed  to take a sharp bend on Pratt Road near  ft the Gower * Point -Road-intersection, shot  into the bush and_ struck trees before coming to rest. Mr. Feidler was the sole occupant. .*"  ,${-   The dead man was an active member  |of the Kiwanis Club andthe Royal Canadian  ���Legion.  He had a large circle of friends  in the district.'  Pender graduates  Honored last Saturday at the graduation^ ceremony held at Pender  Harbour Secondary School were:  Bud Klein, Roy Williamson, Brenda  Lee, Janet Webb and Marian Vaug-  Graduation plaudits . . .  han (reading from left). Four graduates unable to attend were: Robbie  Cameron, Marilyn Gardiner, Leonard  Graves and Mrs. Bonnie (Lee)r West.  been returned.   Official acceptance is# expected any time now.   Tenders have been  Students receive accolade  from school superintendent  GENERAL   opinion   at   last   meeting   of  Secheit Chamber of Commerce was that  the area has, to some extent, been "sold  _ down the river" as far as* promised roads  desl[tted~t<x^  tourist population , between-*Oregon -and  Vancouver. Chairman Watson agreed and  suggested we should not confuse quality  wjth quantity. .*���  From all reports, continued Mr. Wolverton,, it would seem the Pender Harbour  area will 'develop as a large tourist centre.  Director Cliff Gilker said,he was a little  disappointed in the planner's survey which,  in his view,, was' more or less a hash of  previous reports, although he agreed it did  have some good content.  > "We need some other form of industry  here in order to keep pur young people  at home,'' he said.  .   "Tourism and recreation alone will not  do it," he added.   .,.,,  A"  Chairman Watson pointed out that the  planner came here basically to prepare  rha'pa..'! His survey was an 'extra' thrown  in and might be considered 'cream'.  CONVENTION  Commenting on the recent Union of  B.C. MuhicipaUUc.si..,il.(;d'nycnUon,,,,.hcld...l,,,at.,  Prince George and attended by most village  commissioners, clerks and Regional Board,  the Chairman said ho was quite impressed  ^vith tho 'largesse of the city.  Many of those present, like himself,  were somewhat hazy on municipal affairs,  but, he said, "Thoy are trying although  there were somo who wont along for tho  ndo'f. ��������� .   /���;  ' '.  ,;:     .   A  General opinion of those attending was  that tho convention was well worth attend*  . ing i nnd... that, a great deal is learned as a  result," ������ ���" "���'���'���������������'"���' ������; ��� ���- -  ' >'\ ���"��������� <: ���'������"-  BUILDING REPORT  Submitting his first report to tho Hoard,  Building Inspector Fred Raybiirn said he  has received a number of applications for  building permits nnd at present Is occupied  Jn establishing prices, bulkllng costs 'In the  Credit was given the Highways department for paving and improvements to East  Porpoise Bay road but it. was argued that  of the two miles payed this year, one mile  only benefited permanent residents but  the other mile further along, on the whole,  was for the well being of part-time summer  residents. Roads such as Mason Road and  Nor'West Bay Road were in a bad condition and require considerable work prior .  to paving.  Chairman John Hayes suggested the  public, by means of the press, be asked to  protest road conditions by writing letters  to ihe Highways Department. Mr. Eric  Hensch' questioned the benefit of this  method of approach and said he felt that  on the whole the department lias been quite  fair. Other members agreed that letters  en masse do, indeed help considerably. '  Further discussion resulted in a motion  that Mr. Underwood of the Highways, Dc-  patrmont be Invited to the next dinner  meeting.  GARBAGE'DUMP "'"." ,'~ ���-���>-"������  Disgust wns expressed, at the .condition  of the Secheit Village garbage dump, re*  ported as being piled up at the roadside.  The Chairman snld ho had been given to  understand that little can be done until  council terminates, use of tho dump nt tho  end of September. Cnpt. Sam Dawe said  ho hns property adjacent to the village  dump and refuse has been dumped on his  property also. Joo Benner said ho con*  sldered the whole, situation a disgrace and  felt that Council should bo responsible for  clearing refuse dumped on the adjacent  'property when clearing Its own dump.  BREAKWATER  Chairman of. the Chnmhor Breakwater  Committee, Norm Watson, drew attention  to the fact that under, present arrange*  ments it would seem there. is to be rid  access to the boat harbour although��� Aa  public access road is gazetted; He saicthe  had been talking -to the -foreman ofpie  ���" pro}eej.-^i^  seal off. access on completion of the Tireak-  water.  Chamber moved, on the recommendation of Mr. Watson, to notify the minister  of Public Works that the Breakwater Committee is presently studying facilities for  the breakwater and is concerned over lack  of access Which could well retard future  development.  ,'...������ Oh  a  motion by, Capt.  Dawe  it. was  agreed to make application at this time"for  a light to be placed at the end of the breakwater.  lined progress of the 28 students who at-  attended grade eight in 1983 and could-have  graduated this year. Besides the nine, ten  are still continuing their education; four of  them atteding vocational school. -Six former students are working or have- chosen  marriage and unfortunately the-school has  lost track.of the remaining three.  Vancouver hunter dies;  GRADUATES  j-a   a-'*'  ...I*  ONEv'OF a party of three hunters collapsed  and-died in the bush about a half mile  in from  the highway  at  Halfmoon  Bay  Thursday, Sept. 28.  Fifty-fourTyearTOld Harold Grey of North  Vancouver was with his two companions  when he fell-to: the ground. One of the  group immediately, walked out to a phone  and. called the RCMP who--arrived shortly  afterwards at approximately 3:30 p.m.  An inquiry is to be held but it is believed  death was caused by a heart attack.  ADDRESSING graduates of Render Harbour Secondary School last Saturday,  Superintendent Gordon Johnson chose an  unusual form of speech. Instead of; offering  advice which he feelg is often "trite and  old hat", he summarized criticism of the  school's education system and students'  concern for the future from letters winch  he had previously requested from this  year's grade 12 class. ^'- -  ', BeUeving" that it is- important to listen Janet Webb" is taking first, year Science  to svhat young ^people have to. say,  Mr.    at U.B.C., intending to study dentaLhygtene  concern  present  Criticism of the, school system included  being forced to take' certain subjects in  which they are not interested and restrictions on student conduct which interferes  with their freedom.  'Supporting the students, the superintendent said that educators and teachers  to attaint bachelor of educa^on degr&.  Marilyn Gardiner is1 studying 'atr.Nptfe  Dame University. * Mrs. Bonnie (Lee) West  has already chosen marriage' and Brenda  Lee is to be married also." X/.\~7...\\7\  Bud Klein is taWng'maririp-ibiology"at  U.B.C. and Leonard Graves is,taking first  year science at Victoria University. .'Roy  don't take advantage of opportunities which    Williamson will enter VancouverfCity,Col*  Wrong approach . . .  Beliitttl buiUiiig permit  gains cmiincil criticism  LAST MEETING of Gibsons Municipal  Cpuncll, Sept. 26 terminated with clashing swords betweo*i Chairman Wes Hodgson and Commissioner Jim Drummond  following difference of opinion regarding a  building permit granted after construction  of" a home had commenced.  approval but that It was up to Comm;  Drummond. However, following, a further  request by the Chairman he so moved.  Other commissioners indicated their disapproval by failure to second the motion,  the Chairman then said he would take it  upon himself to pass the permit providing  Clerk Dave Johnston reported'that the. U was satisfactory with the building In-  bulldlng inspector had approved the dcrmit    slpector.  Combined building ^.���,  ��� �� ���    ��� ���������"'������H ������''MI.I-IIMWW.I-I-MII-III.--I-WII-*-! ������III-.IP-.I.I.II-|... I���I..P...H   .I*. Hi. ������ll���ll*) ���  Regional Board selects  Roberts Creek location  BUILDING and planning committee of the  , school board ltt prepared lo hold n Joint  meeting wilh members, of lho Regional  Board liM'ogardu to a Joint office complex,  Lotli-r. lo this effect from lho school bonrd  wns read lo refdonnl������dlroqtorn at Iho regular mucUiiR last ��� Friday, Sept. mh,  Remarks, by  Chairman  Norm  Wnlson  lo the ofCuct thnt there would nppoar to bo  think thoy arc hldo-|>ound as far as location  Is concerned.  "Nalurnlly;U will depend on them however for wo.n'rg HlIU too young to consider  bulldlnK our own pronilses," ho snld. Mr,  Wnl/ion added, that at'tills lime, all tlio  Regional Board can do Is .consider a ,rental  arrangement with the school board. However,   Home   consideration  lo   nhnrlng  of  that afternoon, Mr. Johnston snld ho had  been approached regarding tho project and  had suggested the building Inspector bo  approached before work commenced. However, It appears work wns started before  permit application was made.  Comm. Drummond said the whole thing  would normnlly bo quite straight forwnrd  but ho strongly dlsnpprovcd the fact work  had started before official approval was  granted, Council agreed and It was suggested, builder J. Gooldrup bo notified that  suclv-,prnctlco.-would���not-,.bo*.tolo^ated-lh  future.  Tho Chairman asked who would stop  construction in future under such circumstances.? ������ Ho, was told by Commissioner  Fred Feeney "the building inspector",  Chairman Hodgson then, snld he felt It  woulc} bo necessary for a motion approving  tho permit. This was disputed by Comm.  Drimimond, who .pointed ..out that, as the  permit has nlready boon approved by the  Inspector, no further notion was, necessary,  Comm, Feenoy supported Comm. Drummond and explained |l��nt council had previously agreed on this procedure.  When Comm. Drummond again said lt  was noj necessary to pass tho permit twlco,  the Chnlrmnn said, "As Chalrmnn I there*  fore will not accept the permit and they  "I have no timo for those cheap politics,'' he added. r  "You are creating them nnd because  you do not got your own way there is no  need for sarcasm," retorted Drummond.  would help young people to grow ub and  accept responsibility. They most be allowed to use their freedom and make their  own decisions, said Mr. Johnson.  Other criticisms from Pender Harbour  students claimed that there,!are riot nearly  enough occupational graduates from the  school and also that secondary school does  not train them for jobs. Mr. Johnson ob^  served that this is not really the function  of the secondary school and " retraining  would still be necessary.  Despite .what we hear; arid see, young  people are not "going to tho dogs", observed the district's superintendent,, wno h��s  a great deal of faith in today's youngsters  who he believes are far better than their  predecessors.  CONGRATULATIONS  Minister without Portfolio Hon. Isabel  Dawson sent a congratulatory telegram to  the graduates as she Was unable'to attend  the ceremony. Trustee Wm. Malcolm exi  pressed the good wishes of Uie Board of  School Trustees. ;  i  Also offering his��� congratulations to tho,  nine grnduntcs, Principal Don Skelton out-  If  4^,| A  ,.lfc'u|A  'i 'I \>\i  Am  no problem  other than thnt of '0L'��tJ;>n.    ^  Intor������wlll-,l)o,.lntormod-thnt-.bulklln��-nni8t atop  >  ���������-flrc(l'*ri��nKth1V*fllfllcMS,slon"nfi'to-wlioro-the  bonrd Would suggest the building locution  would bu most fiultablo.  Director Fred Foonuy made clear lho  fact Hint largest population, presently nnd  __anlldlpnted,,,Jtt,Jn.Jh^  Mibslnntlnto his romnrkH ho quoted n recent  ���~ Y0|)o,.i by-f* pia  Hummer months by lho board, Director  Malcolm Myers of tho I'ohdor nron pointed  out that tlio report staled Inrgosl nnticl-  palcd growth1 would be rrom (llbsons to  Wilson Crook through lo W��nt Secholt. .���  i Directors (Hikers and l'rlllle, both of  Roberts Creek nren', expressed the ��� view  thnt, (heirs would be the most logical loon-  Hon.   Tho-Chairman snkl Hint ns far nn  rdaloj  Following' further discussion ns to the  merits of n Roberto "Crook-Gibsons' 1000,11011  ns opposed to Secholt, director Fred  Feeney   commented   that   population   In  ls-downr *-*Both*Hr-*Prittlo*-Mid-Or,CHlkrr'M  agreed,  Summing up, Director Frank West snld:  "It would seem wo Would llko' tho building  In the Huberts Crook area,  1 Committee to discuss tho situation was  oleoled and InoludoH directors Cliff (Hiker  and Frank West,  The Regional District'Is understood to  I'uproN'int lho whole lumlnsuln from Egmont  until tho Building Chairman approves Hie  permit." 1 ,  NORMAI, PRACTICE  Tho clork explained, thnt normal prno-  . tlce-c alls. for -th��-lnapector-to��check-pcrmlt - -  ^nppllcnt|(ms,���(ind��Mnlcss,,probloms,aro,ln* -  volved he approves tho permit nnd reports  to  council.    Comm.   Feenoy   agreed   nnd  commented that tho Idea was lo expedite..,  mnUorTi  by  giving Iho  building Inspector  nulh'U'lly Jo approve permits,  Mullr.r   was   temporarily   dropped   but  was renewed lowm'd Ihe end of the meelliig ,  by,;|h(j" Chairman who asked Comm, Wftlly >  1'oleMon If ho would move nccoplanec of  (ho   permit,    Comm.   Peterson   snld   he  "lli��ll1tltrilio  matter  should hnvo  council  lege in January and Robbie Cameron has  not yet returned from fishing so his, plans  are not known at present. '   ' ���    ,   .  AWARDS " *"���    /  :���.,.. Marian,.Vaughan received Pender Harbour Royal Canadian Legion Branch. 112  bursary presented by Mr. Bernard Clarke;  also 'the Secheit Teacher's Association  bursary presented by President Mr. H. R,-  Archer. , .  Janet Webb received the ladies Auxiliary to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 112  bursary presented by President, Mrs. Gilbert Lee.  ,  Pender Harbour PTA Bursary awarded  the two outstanding students went to Janet'  Webb and Bud Klein,arid was presented by  President Mrs. Gordon Klein,  Bud Klein received the Order of the  Eastern Star, Chapter No. 65 bursary presented by Mrs. A. Aitchison; It was awarded for the first time this year. ', v ,  Valedictorian, Marian Vaughan islncerely  thanked parents and teachers for guiding  tho graduates through their ���five years of  secondary school and helping thorn nchlcvo  tholr goal. ,   A  iiiBttowiS-MiwWfoft'-a.*^^  Centennial traveller* , ,  Visiting Elphinstono Secondary "'Rorttort.nro visitors UVsuln Schmllnfi,  Sohool'lnst week, throe tfiwlo oloVon Bruco Wilson nnd Jill Cobleigh  .students from the lower mainland pictured with their young hosts:  heard how Lord Elphinstone enmo to Deborah Dockar, Gordon Mcllrath  visit Ihe school and gave permission and Jill Cobleigh. _  for, his Coat oC ArmsliC&Osecl,  ______  Students go travelling  on Centennial program  LAST   WEEK   somo   600  B.C. , secondary  ,��,. r, .~w��..tt--^-^-school~sstudcnts~"Wcro'"*studylng���"aWfty  from  homo  ns  thoy   participated  In  tho  Centennial Youth Travel program.  From. Elphinstono, Rltn Ono trnvcllcd  to Haney; Clint Booth to Lytton nnd Trevor '  Johnson to Penticton. Taking tholr places  wore Ursula Schmllng, from Mngco High  School nt Kerrlsdnle, who stayed with Mr.  nnd Mrs, Wm. Dockar at Hopkins Landing;  Bruco Wilson, h!"student nt the nowly constructed Centonnlnl sr. High School' at  Coqultlnm, hosted by Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon  Mcllrnth nt Roborts Crock nnd Carolyn  Clark froni North Delta Secondary School  ��� whq stayed In Seehelt nt the homo of Mr.  nnd Mrs. Aubrey Cobleigh,  Alt students woro delighted with tho  friendly atmosphere nt Elphinstone nnd'  v llkod.thoSunHhlno-Coaat but oi|ly for-ylsU.v.-"  Travelling by'bus was something now as  they lived within walking distance Qf, their  own schools.  Carolyn missed most of her courses ns  she- b -Uklng-ibe-commMnlty-'fervlc-i -pro**-  gram nnd���,elUHrLjhey,Jjvcre..not,a��v4llaW^  at Elphinstono or clashed with other subjects. Bruce missed sports which haVe not  yet commenced nl Elphinstono, which h��  extremely overcrowded this year.  During their week-long stay the visitors  were taken by wator taxi "Mnr-De��" to  Iho Skookumchuck and saw tho Indian rock  paintings In tho Secheit Inlwt. ..They ��Uo  took   advantage   of   the   Centennial  Open  i.  J  * i  *!   '  i  r  ?  ^  si  4!  Im  m  MP'.  7M  J"  ���i >���>  if    a,  I      I  1  M  3tewwaaasra��a��,��nw..wMa��a .rfi.*.b#��ari.*.  I  f*.t, 1, * j*"*' tt. b-  J  'Jf' tsJ?"1 i AAA:  iA    .-��� ������."'.' 7%V"rr ^ihL\\'It'AXX.ix'7t^\V'A{X,k{  ���  ' ���'��� " x  '.���'��� "-' 'it' .A A-:. Mt*fj t*>?,M -A; :T  ,#;  #  Pojfe>2     The Peninsula times, We%ijfgs��fayrOct> 4, 1967  REAL   ESTATE  (continued)    AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont'd) 1 FOR SALE (Continued)  =��T�����P    . .  :    C7*     .     Jgcnelg^lton-^4^5-9654  ^^^^fU^7^f   G^ins ^tte 886-2515  >0000000��M00000000mM0000M000d000k'  Classified  4/000000000000*000*00*000*00*  ~~\ ~ LGT-80^i��5~SSclielt*^ighTv5y^  s      Also  acreage adjoining front     -dition." $350.'Phone  885-.9680.--���  lot 1086.5x176.25. Road on East_ ,r _     ��*_ll-4____  side to Nortli West Bay Road.  City water. Subdivision opportunity. Full price $7,500. Phone  H. Sawyer, 885-2166. 921-45  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Tunes Ltd.,  at Secheit, B.C.  FOR RENT  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Gross Circulation March 31, 1967  1509 Copies  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion 5Qc  Three   Insertions   J $1.00  Extra lines (5 words).' 10c  (This rate does not'apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers __J  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.  HOUSEKEEPING room, Selma  Park,   private   entrance.   Ph.  885-9535. ~-,fA     880-tfn  MOBILE home park, nicely  landscaped, blacktop driveway and patio. Ideal site fair  retirement $30 per,month, Big  Maple Motel and Mobile Home  Park.  Phone 885-9513.     652-tfn  HALL for  rent,   Wifttyn  Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542.  '"     9167-fctn  FURNISHED      offices���Secheit  Marine Building.1 885-2343.  826-tfn  WINTER RATES���Fully fur-  nished Cottages ,$65 month  plus utilities, also weekly and  nightly rates. Also available-  Full trailer hook-ups. 885-9565  Mission  Point  Motel.     853-tfn  Wedding Announcement*       WANTED TO RENT  BELI��WEBB. The marriage is  announced of Mr. Adrian  John Bell and ifrs. Vera Agnes  Webb on September 25, 1967 in  a civil Ceremony at Seehelt by  Constabie Orville Underbill of  the RCMP Detatchment, Seehelt. Sirs. Bell is formerly of  Prince Itupert and her husband  from Vancouver Island. They  have taken up residence at Irvine's Landing, B.C.       1501-44  IN   MEMORIAM  THORNE  1963.  Duncan.  October  6,  (  "So teach us to number our  days, that we may apply, our  hearts unto wisdom." (Psalm  90:12).  Gone to a ' happier hunting  grouhdf ���Sadiy missed by Lu-  ella, Wendy, Glenna, Roger.  910-44  PERSONAL  FLOWERS .fori all .occasions.  Gilker's    Flower   &   Garden  Shop, phone 886-2463 or Secheit  885-9455. 824-tfn  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims and  A'dustments, contact^ Captain  Iff: Y. Higgs, Marine' Consultant- Box 339, Gibsons.- Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425.        489-tfn  FOR   all   travel   information,"  Cokings  and prices call Secheit Marine Building, 885-2343.  .���;*        716-tfn  LISSILAND FLORIST  & GIFT SHOP  Specializing in Funeral Designs  & Wedding Arrangements  886-9345 - Gibsons  728-tfn  WQRK WANTED  EXPERIENCED Chimney  Ceaner ��� eaves cleaned,  troughs cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  bervice.-Free estimates, Phone  885*2191. 517-tfn  HANDYMAN,   cabinet   maker,  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  Ph. 886-9902, 766-tfn  HOUSE painting and decorating, , Professional work done  promptly. Dick Blakeman, Ph.  886-2381, Henry Rd,, RR 1,  Gib&pns. . 767-tfn  HELP WANTED  PART time  ed. Apply  885*9558.  house help requir*  Mrs. Jack Nelson.  909-44  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. f^aIda Wilson  885-9746 or vyrife:  1        ,'   Box  390, Secheit, B.C.  875-lin  GALLISON EVERGREEN  ..,'.''.;,;co, ..,.;'' ;  Roberta Creek  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck.. 34c Bunch  , Salal 30c Bunch  Contact plant boforo picking  Located at 1'obertn Crcck,  ttcrosfl street from store,  Phone 886-2633  835-lf n  HELP WANTED (Mold)  .MALE help,  en.'  $2.00  885*0722.  West Scene!,  nr*  per  hour,   Phone  1049-44  **W ���*���-*!"��*--'.*  WANTED  SHELVES, clothcn racks, counters,   uficd   vacuum   cleaner  for   Hospital    Cottage   Thrift  Shop. Ph, 680-0981) or 885-2117.  703-44  BEATTY   OR   JIomArt   platan  ty|*ft pump. Phone 68tv*20ifl.    W**S  ���*-' -i-"--.--- *7 ���"���  BUILDING required, suitable  workshop, garage or similar  building for storing materials.  Sechelt-Wilson Creek area. 885-  20S7. 922-44  TWO or 3 bedroom house, possible"  option.    Reliable    ten-  nants. No children. Phone 885-  2214. 1050-46  REAL ESTATE  REDROOFFS���Modern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots, close to  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room, '28x15; -fireplace.  Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,  A-oil heat, dble carport. Lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box 470 c-o  Peninsula Times,' Box 381, Secheit, B.C.      ,...,,.���fe,.,.,.._:,���,469*;.tfn,.  GIBSONS���Spacious, modern 3  bedroom home with 2 extra finished bedrooms in full basement. Wall to wall in 15x21 living room. Large, bright cabinet,, .electric -kitchen -with adjoining utility room. 4 pee. colored Pembroke bathroom. Auto-oil, hot water heating. Matching carport. Full price,  $19,750. Terms,  Modern . . . Side by side Duplex on large landscaped lot.  Excellent investment. Full  price $22,500  terms.  GOWER POINT ��� Waterfront  lot/iOOx-OO-feet; ideal summer  homesite. Ful price $3,500.  ROBERTS CREEK���Modern 4  bedroom V.L.A. home on 2.2  acres. Large living room with  fireplace. 4 pee. vanity bathroom. Auto-oil heating; Full  price. $14,800.  PENDER HARBOUR���- New  waterfront development in sheltered; bay;; Alii lots large arid  fully serviced With easy access  off payed road. Excellent year-  round moorage. Just 8 remaining, priced from, $5,500.  For these and other, choice properties on the Sunshine Coast,  contact Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay at Gibsons- office, ,886-  9900.,,;.,; '..,,.���:; .\A<..;���,;..  FINLAY REALTY Ltp.  Gibsons       and       Burquitlam  A A'..''���'"'��� .   , ' ', ;,';;     . ���',   y    '885-42  THE SUN SHINES  ;aa<'A,;';;''ON'' -���''���  Silver Sands  Boat moorage in , year-round  protected bay, 75' of sandy  beach. Dock and float anchors. Boat launching ways,  year-round spring well, Mo*  dcrn homo with large workshop; electric heating, double  carport, Well priced at $32,000,  This will not last, as desirable  property of this nature is al-  inost extinct.  Lota, %, blocks from Chopping  centrt, Try $1,500,  SELMA   PARK:   4   hodroomj  waterfront home. Sea wall and,  seaside   garden,   $15,500   with  WEST SECHELT: Cut&tone  fence features!, this landscaped  100' wntorfront property. A  large family home guards the  view of Trnll nnd Vancouver  Islands, 15x24 living room with  fireplace. .3 big, big bedrooms  pliiN 4th In basement, Huge kitchen and dinette, 10x42 finished roc room, basement garage.  This Is a real homey family  house. Just $$25,000; mostly  cash.   ,  SUNNY Okanagan���Large view  'lot, Sage Mesa subdivision  overlooking Penticton and  Okanagan Lake. Possible trade,  or down payment Of a boat or  car. Phone 885-2292 or write  Box 404, Secheit, B.C.    600-tfn  WANTED 5 to   10 acres, with  2   to  5  acres  cleared.  Year  round  water. Box 1047,  Peninsula. Times, Secheit.        1047-44  5; 4CRES undeveloped property  inside     village     boundaries.  $2;500. Box 381,  Secheit B.C..  ^.A' A 565-tfn  WATERFRONT, Garden Bay.  new. 2 bedroom' home, grand  view, electric heat, hot water,  stove, fireplace, convenient to  beach and store. Vacant October 1st. Open to view now. Al  Lloyd, 883-2253. 904-45  2 BEDROOM home with laundry and rumpus room. Landscaped lot, ocean view! Close  to schools. $10,500 down payment   $2,600.   Phone  886-7058.  1044-44  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty  &  Insurance  Box 155 Secheit,  B.C.  Phone: Office 885-2161  - See our listing under the date  pad.  217-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE,  Box 238 Phone 886-2166  Gibsons, B.C.  TWO ACRES  ���artmejit   site  convenieruly  drained  view  home, six  quiries.  Gibsons and  tained, two  large view  price,   cash  Two bedoom  available as ap-  or   similar   use,  located,      well-  land.   Has   older  rooms and bath. En-  area:  Well main-  bedrm   home   on  lot,    $7,300    full  preferred.  view house, new-  roof .-Half down-on  ly shingled  $7,500.  New home on large lot (-4 acre plus), excellent well with  good flow: 2 bedrooms, interior plaster; half down on  $11,500.  Waterfront: Three bedroom  home on- just under half-acre,  100 ft. waterfront, finished  suite below: some terms on  $29,800 or cash $27,500.  Four bedroom home, level corner lot, full concrete basement,  ample water:  $6,000 down.  $4,000 down will handle pleasant, large view home in Granthams Landing,. with self-contained basement suite and rental, cottage;  Enquire about waterfront' lots  in Gibsons���very good properties. -  Do   Wortman   886-2339  Jack Warn 886-2681  .   ,      , 899-43  HOPKINS:    View   lot;   50x150,  lovely trees and gentle slopes,  water  line   on   property,   only  $1500 on terms.    .  GIBSONS: Lovely 3 bedroom  home; large living room with  fireplace, roughed In F,P. in  possible rec room"in" basement.  Try $6,00C on $17,000 FP.  ROBERTS CREEK: 2.38 acres,  level, , paved road closo to  school and,P.O. and store, only  $2,500. terms.  3 bedroom, electric heat, beautifully landscaped lot, very good  water supply, $15,500 with  $0,000. down,  WEST SECHELT; 3 bcdrooir}  view homo on hvvay. Llvlnfi  room lookfi out to Trail Islands,  only $12,000, full price with  $4,000 dSwn.  K, BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  886-2000  '65 METEOR,  auto., radio,  4- '.  door.   New  condition.   Sacri- ;  fice sale. Also 15' clinker bq^t; w.  S yrs. old, 25 hp outboard.^ A-l  rhape. Must be sold by end"of^  this  week.  Phone 885-2121.  9iS444'  ������i ���������   FOR SALE���1&53 Ford V8 Cus- ,  torn,  overdrive  70,000  miles,  complete mileage and mainten- ���.  ance record. Excellent mechanical  condition.   885-9562.    915-44  BOATS & ENGINES  12 FOOT heavy gauge aluminum boat. Near new 4 hp  outboard motor, oars and locks.  For quick sale $375.00. Phone  885-2053.     . 825-tfn  12 FT. BOAT with windshield,  7 hp Seagull, oars, etc. $125.  Phone   883-2385. 879-44  RUNABOUT boat storage avail-  able. Safe and dry for winter.   Phone   886-2400.   Elander,  Shaw Road, Gibsons, B.C.  I036*tfn  22'    TROLLER.    Cedar   plank  hull.     Licenced     and    fully,,;,;  equipped  for  commercial  trolling.    60    hp   Austin    marine.  Brand  new  Johnson   auxiliary,  motor, electric pump, spotlight, ���  horns, twin battery switch-overset-up,   dual   controls,  insured.  Ideal for retired person. $2,500  cash. 883-2561 or write Box 859  Peninsula  Times,  Secheit.  896-45  sailing  THE 20 ft. auxiliary  cruiser "Gypsy" fully equipped  including sounder, generator,  etc. Sleeps 2. $3,000. Phone Tom  Scales,  883-2622. 888-45  TENDERS  BIDS wanted for road contract. Approx. 600'. -May be for  each or both phases. No. 1���  clearing of right-of-way. No. 2  ���bulldozing,  grading,   etc.   Sil-_  ver Sands Resort,  Pender Harbour.  2630.  Bryan Road,  . Phone   883-  916-45  LEGAL NOTICES  Form No. 18  (Section* 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to  to Lease Land  Apply*  Ron*McSavaney*  886-9656  010*44  DAVIS fi AX:  highway nnd  available.  Summer cottago,  waterfront,  now  .EOltl'OiSEaBnyAS acres.invlka  luge. Last ono, $2500,    '  SARGEANT DAY, 2 W.F. Jot*,,  $4000, $4050.  ACREAGE���io   acres,   house,  M ason- ROADr 9 nem,* clear*  cd, old nouge; lots of water,  $11,500 wilh $3,500 down.  Harry Gregoiy--*-88t5**9392  H. 0. GORDON V  KENNETT LTD. ,  Secholt,   B,C, 885-2013  ���"   '   ' 877*42  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS    gliding    Supplier!  Ltd,   880*2042,, Gibsons;   B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed  concrete.  Serving tho area for 20 years.  OO-lfn  CARS ond TRUCKS  r a. ���--. : --  '65 MKTEOR , Auto,, radio, 4*  door, New condition. Sacrifice $2,000. Also 15' cljnkpr  boat, a yrs, old., 25 h.p- outboard. A-l shape. $750, Phono  ~ p83.2i21r~*r~~~-~"'-*"*782'tfn '  1002 BUJCK Special, Vfl, very  good condition; 1050 Olds Su*  per 88,  hard  top',  new( tlreu,  good condition, Phono 8850488 >  umim��mmmmm*m wimmmmmmmm$mmi*mmmm n-n-mi-mi n ii wwwi.i^-wwwww-*-**- ^;  1958 IMPERIAL'  , CHRYSLER  Power wlndowH, lop. condition!  terniH.  705 44  ., In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on the  east shore of Malaspina Strait  VA miles N. of Secret Cove at  Wood Bay fronting District Lot  1485, Group l, New Westminster District.  Take notice that Ivor B. Jorgenson    of    Vancouver,    B.C.  occupation   retired,   intends   to ���  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  on the point of land forming the  westerly end of the south shore '  of Wood Bay thence N 45�� W  500 feet; thence N 30�� E, 200  feet more or less/to the north '  shore of Wood Bay; thence  following the shore line more  or less to the point of commencement and containing 5.0  acres, more or, less, for the  purpose of building a .small boat  harbour.    ' ���'-'���- ''"'" ������������������-������'���"������������  IVOR B. JORGENSON  M. Bruce Paterson, Agent  Dated 14 A"SMSt, 1007.  832���Pub. Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4  FOR SALE  .,'.' :���: 1 '���; ���  USED power saws, for asalo, All  makes and sl/.e��, Chain Saw  Centre, Secheit, 885*9020.  ���������;;���'-;���.",: ���:'".-.; ,',",'; ;      ';:"*;'8906*tfn ;  ONE towing winch, suitable  .small towboat "or beachcomber, Ono set cutting torches and  cages. International dump  truck. One 18" block, 15 boom  chains, Phono 883*2485.     802*40  ARE YOU  Wonderful   M,����ortmcnt of   Evergreens,   Grass   Seed,   Peat  , Moss,   Fertlllzorfl,  Seeder   and  Lawn Roller available at low  '     rental  1 ' 1 ! '  FRUIT and VEGETABLES  Always available at low prices  WYNGAERT ENTERPRISES  Gibsons ����� 886-9340  013*45  E  ACCESSORIES:^  Paint '<- Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas ������ Boot Hardware  clonn, $1,000.  Somo  Day* 886-2346  Nights 886-2872  S"PlTCIAI7"foT"sale. barge Easy~  Read     Typewriter.     Almost ,  new. Cost over $300. Now $175._  Phone   885-0054. 1017-tfn  SILVER Skagit' Shake & Shingle. Local sales:  Phohe 886-  9697 or 886-2097. 466-tfn  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  GOOD  local  Ladner -hay  for  sale,  $1 per bale  delivered.  phone 946-6568. 9046-ifn  -NEAR new cMin|'isaw.J ��ssort-  cd carpentesr arid niecliahics  tools.   Phone  885-9375.       830-43  NAILS $12, 100 lbs. Vinyl Asbestos tiles, 9x9, 10c each;  12x12, 15c each; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. Reihnants, inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior paint Or matte  finish $3.95, reg. $9.95. Shake  paint, $3,95, reg.- $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  gallon. Large stock of used  vacuum cleaners, A-l shape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 m Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00.  Benner Bros. Furniture and  Paint Store,  Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  ;TAPPAN   30A electric   range.  Good condition, $125. 885-9774.  893-45  _ FLOOR furnaces, $35 each.  Good stock of remnant cushion floor covering, to clear,  S2 sq. yd. Phone 885-2058, Benner Bros. Secheit. 1046-43  VSED Westinghouse fridge,  S39.95; Kenmore 30" electric  auto, range $89.95; used washer $4995. Parker's Hardware,  Secheit, 885-2171. 920-tfn  SMALL    practice   piano,   $150.  Ph.  885-2836. 914-44  COMBINATION coal and wood  range      (Fawcett).      Almost  rew. Beautiful condition. Phone  885-2898. 917-44  CHICKEa\TS���live  birds  50c  ea.  Ready for freezer, birds, $1.  Thone 885-2M8r'"^'  HOO\TER Spin Dryer in excellent near new condition, $130.  Phone   Mrs.   Jack Nelson,  885-  9558. 908-44  ��� 2 DRUM Boom  winch.  Power-  ered by  6  cyl.   GMC   motor,  mounted on new float. Will sell  <rr trade on work boat, car or  what have you? 885-2834.  907-45  BUSHNELL BANNER    .  SCOPES IN STOCK  5 year  warranty,  2.5X  $29.50;  4.X, $37.50; 6X,' $39.59; 3X - 9X  variable,   $49.50. r '"'���". ':l> ' '       ��  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C,  Phone 886-9303  903-44  Davis' Diaty  upWI&'ftiWIi&t+iwAfj'  A7k ���by Jack Davis, M.P-  iTOW THAflbTe. Kennedy Round has $lash--  , ed tariffs on a wide range of goods and  services the spotlight is shifting tb other  forms of protection, These barriers must  also be dismantled if our drive towards  free traders'to be maintained,   ; *  One of tiie most formidable of these  non-tariff barriers is the quota system. Importing countries, sometimes set arphysical  limit on the quantity of goods which th&y  allow in.  One example is the United States quota  on lead and zinc. Only a given number of  tons can be sent into the U.S. in any year.  Another relates to oil. The U.S. will only  accept 15 percent of its total annual consumption from all countries, including  Canada. *'  Everi more insidious are the so-called  "voluntary" quotas. Exporting .countries,  like Japan, agree unofficially to limit their  sales of textiles in Canada. Our own te.x-  tile industry is automatically protected. in  this way. We do not raise our tariffs.  Nor do we set an official quota of our own.  Instead we get the Japanese Government  to restrain its Japanese exporters on our  behalf.  We, in this country, tend to think of  Canada as having a relatively "open" economy. E-ut even after the effects of the  Kennedy Round have worn off we will still  be a relatively high tariff country. On the  average our tariff runs betvyeen 15 and  20 percent on most manufactured goods.  And then there are other hurdles to be  overcome. In Quebec, for. instance, the  provincial government requires that all  goods be labelled in French and. English.  Not only that but the French labelling must  come first.  Customs procedures in themselves, can  be a hindrance. Take the so-called "American Selling Price formula" U.S. tariffs are  often levied on foreign goods as if they  were  priced   at the  same   level   as   U.S.  fttw nnvi*!* ir����*-vwrtnii��yvwi>wvwv<Hn��**^w .��-*-**�� *--��*��** ui  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada  ! Pastor���A. Husted Christensen   ���  .   First-Lutheran Church, Vancouver  !��� Services every 2nd. ond 4th Sunday of 'the !  * '���   *   ��� month.        .   , *  Selma; Park Corpt-rjunity Hall at 3;00 p.m. |  44*&m44i44ti4i40mm4k:m4,4Yamm*mi>f4ni4Jr4m4>.i4A.MA��+Mtimi4f4mti'  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undendmlnational)  Sunday School 10,00 a.m.  Church Soryico 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S.-CASSELlS  Wilson Crook Community Hall  Dayl* Bay Road  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE:    , SSCHKLT  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service���11:15 a.m.  Prayor ������ V/cdno��day 7:30 p.m,  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR,   You are Invited to attend any'or each service  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  ' 8;00 ,a,m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m, 1st and 3rd Sundays  ����.,.������S<*ry|co3>held"reaulorlyin"  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS ond EGMONT  For, Information phono 885-9793   ���  Ey��ry Wed, 10 am H. Communion St. Hilda'*  Comprcutcd   air   ncrvleo foi*���  eklndlvers   nnd   flrpmcn, Air  tanks, skindivers available for  salvage work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,  Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-9303  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  TTh��r�� fitm ��hr���� rollllor. n��op|-i  oroiind lh�� world today wno b��-  l|��v<r* tM tho unification of monWnd  ft fht wlll of Ood for our aflo. Th*y  Mil rti#*-*����lv��>i Poha'li,  r��rfippi PoWl h whof you at*  fooMnjj for,  MormofJon *pon rtqutiti \$ Ma  f^ad, Toronto 7.  prodUcts. In other words,, even when they *  are much cheaper,,.they istill have to^beiir  j_ Jar.iff jvhich is calculated on the higher  U.S. price. ;.        A--  7 -~   -   ' A  *   Tobe even'mdre jspecifte,' if a Canadi��n, ''���  product is offered for-sale in the-U.S. *lat-  $1 a pound, but the price of the ��ame* product made in the Uiftfed States h $2 a y  pound, the 30 percent tariff eanf be :cal-n  culated using the U.S. product' price rioj  the Canadian price,   lt would be 60 cents  a pound, not 30, cents.   This,, is protection,^  with a'vengeance.        . /  Then there is the buy American Act.'  This law requires that the 'U.S. Government  give U.S  contractors a 12 percent <edge in  building for Government account.  We can decry these practices ahd \ve  can protest U-S. customs officials who'  willfully delay making a decision as to  which customs heading our exports come  under. But until we put our own house in  order these appeals, I am afraid, will tend  to fall on deaf ears.  The next big step in international trade  negotiations will be the elimination of many  of these "administered" practices. Canada  will undoubtedly be I'epresented at such a  conference. And we should be prepared to  take the lead in getting rid, both at home  and abroad of unnecessary protectionism  of this kind. v>  A lot of fellows who complain about  their bass being stupid would be out of a  job if the boss were any smarter.  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���--9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each month  Family Service^���11:15 a.m.  Divine Service^���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron  For further information  Phone 885-9744  CSiCCOCCCC  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  PALL FLOWER SHOW  Saturday, October 7th  ���,"---"'������""���*'    ^^  ----.���   ST. HILDA'S HALL ��� SECHELT  ADMISSION 50c  REFRESHMENTS  aOffiEaoaofflBsaas.^^  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to woit their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  Oct.   4���2-4   p.m.   Gibsons   United   Church   Hall.   Hospital   Auxiliary  Thanksgiving tea, Bake and Plant Sale.  Oct. 5���10 a.m. Art Council Gallery Shop, Scchclt. Rent raising Bake  Sale.  Oct. 6���2 p.m. Elphinstone Co-Op, Gibsons, Art Council Bake Sale.  Oct.   7���7:30   p.m., Welcome   Beach   Hall.   Thanksgiving   party   and  variety programme.  Oct, 7���8;30 p,m, Hopkins. Londing Hall. Gibsons Squarenaders Dance.  Oct. 13���2 p!m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall. L.A. Rummaae Sale.  Oct.   13���10 a.m.-2 pm  Christian  Education Centre,  Gibsons  U C W.  Thrift Sale,  Oct.   14���10:30, a,m,-2:30  p.m.  Gibsons  Elementary  Activity Room  Job's  Daughters Thrift and  Bake  Sale.  B.k*.,  M*1  X  147  HALFMOON BAY  FT. WATERFRONT WITH TWO 2 BEDROOM HOUSES. A GOOD  BUY AT $14,000 CASH���CALL E. SURTEES, RES. 885-9303.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  l"*'**!!  �����**  JOtai  ft"**  ���.'������  :-��r  ;-*  DAVIS BAY  Lot   directly   behind  Vic   Motol,   Cash  ��� ���'��� price,  special!  $1,695.  Coll  Bob Kent. ���  ros;1 885-9461,  WEST SECHELT  1   boclroom cotlago on aero of ground,  Good  vlow,  asking   $6,600   full  pr|co,  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  ROBERTS CREEK;  % aero, 3 bedroom homo on year round  crook,  Ar-klna  $7,500  terms. Call  Pob  Kont,  Ros,  885-9461,  HOIJSP. BOAT !,,0��0!��'' fl'h'oo  SERGEANT.DAY,  i^!M����H^MW^HW(*M!����V*)**!��nat ��6M-^W-i.W=��i  HOUSE BOAT,  Fully self-contained pontooned motor-  Izocl float homo, oxcollont. Travel the  coast leisurely or fish;, ready lo troll. All  gear ncc��5*��ary, licenced, Closest offer  lo $9,800, Call Bob Kont at 885*9461  . , , ,       residence,  SOUTH THORMANDY ISLAND  43  acres,   thousands of  feet  of wqtor-  fronf. twocoyos. Full prico $59,000 call  -i      Mob Kent at 885-9461 ovcnlng-.,  < ������  ,    EGMONT  Inlond���1.40   acres,   baa  dwelllna���Vi  mllo  from   Egmont.  F.P,, $7,000,  Call  Dob Konr, r����, 885*9461.  LOT AT VAUCROFT  Thormanby Wand, $3300 on good torm��.  (486) Call E, Surtoos.1  ,;���.�����.�����w���pENDER.|-IARBOUR---~��~r--  8 acros wilh 300' wotorfront In 9. lots,  Good buy for cavhl Call E, Surk-ei,    ���',  .      885-9303,  VLA VIEW LOT       ,   ,  Wost   Socholt,   164   foot   on   hlgliwny,  ^l4���ji)o<^'fMll^r|tsr^w~J^,~",*,"���  -WE3T"3ECt1EUT"----~-~--r-  Closo lo Wokoflold Inn���-Suncoosi acros  -*���Tho vlow l�� magnificent on these jots  facing South to tho Gulf of Georgia overlooking Trail Wantls, U.io of launching  on .npnlylno lo Wokoflold Inn, as a cour-  tow, Guud flMiIng ond iwlmmlna, Vlow  tola Mart at $2,450 for 100x1 DO ff,  Plf.od clomo&tlc wator aupply avolloblo,  Torma |/3 down. Call (Job Kent, re*.  885*9461.  .    ,. oroa on Sunshine Coast.  Largo vlow lot,   1,50  ft.  from tho' soa.  Full   price   $4500,   cal|   Pob'Korit   at  885*9461 oypnlngs,  ,   DAVIS DAY ���  2 bedroom houso wilh basement, Auto,  oil   furnace.   Iqrgo  lot,   Vlow,   $12,000  torma (434) Call  E.  Surtees; tos;  885-   ,. .,19303. -.,-..   YEAR ROUND STREAM  Cloon rotlromont  2 bedroom homo on  ono ncro, closo to l^oborh Crook Store  nnd  Boach,   Extra   room   In  basoment.  good valuo nt $10,750, D.P, $4,000  Call J, Anderson. BBS.2,053,  SANDY DEACH ���   '  Exccuilvo rotlromont homo on beautiful  ,.������pooclv..proporly,.-Many-cloluxo��featurc8r  Lnrpo covorod wn dock, Guoat cottago  nnd parao'o.. Building* all Iri new condition, MuM bo fcoon, $33,500 F.P, Terms.  J, Anderson, 885-2053.  $7,500 FULL PRICE  _  ?, bedroom full bnscmont homo on largo  "jreoriorttrV Village woiorsupply, Extra"  room In basement, Idool for yodr round  living, Try your torrm. Coll ), Anderwn,  885*2053,  3 BEDROOMS, DAVIS BAY  Modern homo on largo fenced lot, closo  to boach, 6 rooms plufi, laundry rm, &\  Qornga,, $13,000 F.P.'ReqljIro larflo down  poymont, bnl. 6% Inf. Cn|l J, Anderson  at 805*2053,  tktMMMM)  7.,~iM. :*r  i   11 ���������faH: *��!~jl_  _.   i_ ,      _* u^L_,^rH. .iV-*;.-!*-.--., Vs   1-tjj-4 ' i *-"-��� Hr-r ��������� ' ��� ' ~r~ * " "* *" '���" "I ���' "   ' ���a -. ,   .   i,_  ..  ,...      , .        , ��� ���.         ���   ��� .   '  X     *���v i I -\ '" *-;    ' ~    / f ^ -/ -���  A  ,  ;  i  %  \  Kenneth McKerinHe  eer farmer-builder  ,)�� ', - . a *"  carved place in history  Kenneth McKenzie  KENNETH McKenzie is revered as ,a  pioneer farmer and,builder in southern  Vancouver Island A Craigflower Farm and  Craigflower School, twoof Victoria's most  precious monuments to the past/ are also  monuments to Mckenzie. He was born in  Renton Hall, Haddington, Scotland in 1811  and he came to Victoria in 1853 with his  wife and five children after rounding C^pe  Horn on the "Norman* Morison".  . He was brought out by the Hudson's  Bay Company's subsidiary Puget Sound  Agriculture Company to take charge of one  of its farms here which were to supply the  necessities for company forts on the coast.  With him came a party of 25 artisans.  When they arrived there was nothing at  Victoria but the fort, no houses for tbe  immigrants. McKenzie was so mad he was  ready to return. But when he saw the  choice land which was to be his new home,  he decided to stay and building was soon  begun.  The farm was named Craigflower after  the English holdings of a Company governor. At Craigflower McKenzie supervised  construction oi a sawmill, a home, birm,  a flour mill and a school. The school, now  preserved as a museum', is the ,oldest school"  still standing'west of the Great Lakes': The  farm house also is to be restored. J  Thp company farm \vas^ some distance  from the fort and it was visited often by  curious Indians. To impress -them;' the  farm folk blew a bugle -each morning,'held'  drills and each night a small cannon and  all available muskets were fired. ' They*  never bad trouble with the Indians, in fact-  many of them became domestic help for  the new settlers'.  , . " 7  Mckenzie built huge outdoor ovens at  Craigflower which- were soon being used  to supply vessels of ttie Royal Navy at  Esquimau. McKenzie was able to establish his own farm at nearby Lake Hill:  The McKenzie family was well-known and  respected long after the death of the  founder of Craigflower, April 10, 1874.  A beauty contest is like a candy store*���  everything looks goodi but you can't touch  it.  Trigonometry: What has to be  when a man carries three wives  same time.  solved  at the  -1  - N ''is. ���*  The Peninsula Times \ <  Page 3  Wednesday, October ^A96Z���L  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING - PRUNING  Gower Point Road  Gibsons. B.C. - Dial 886-2919  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  TASELLA SHlQfPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  .. Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TV PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. to 5:30 p.mr  Res. 886-9949  Scows ���Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  ..    ., . L. HIGGS.'.., A,..,.,  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  BICYCLES! Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  PARTS and REPAIRS  New and Used - All Makes  Call 886-2123  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Telephone Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  i...:��_**.:;}����� ���; i,   TO,ywiri-;ii--.i �����A'��riiiifi.-ii>-in'-fMi.i.r.fiii, ... .���  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit. B.C.  Phone 885-2313  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  ' SepNc Tanks and Drain Fields - Bockhoo and  Front End Loader Wo7k.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  HARTLEs Masonry  Fireplaces - planters - Blockwork  Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates  Phone 886-2586  MADE-IRA MARINA        ".  Madeira Park, B.C.  You/ OMC Service Centre - Poninsula Evinrude  Dcdlor - Cabins - Trailors & Hook-up"'. Camp  Sites - Trailer Court-r-ounchina Ramp  Phono 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cablnofry for .homo and offjeo  i 'Kitchen Specialists   , ��� '  R, Blrklrt, Beach Ave., Roberta Creek  Phono 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, coiff and colour  Custom Perms ������ Phono 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  For Your Fuel Supplies  ^^.-^-^.^^.-Donny-Whoolor  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  i ' i        \  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealorshlp,  Phono 006-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  LIGHT MACHINERY SERVICE  Clearing - Levelling'- Landscaping  Bulldozing  .' CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE  885-2830         #"���-������""���" "������ " " ";!!"V<''UM*-!���"77-, 1 - -7 ��� l''7^"i7','l''Z7,7"7r7"771  ' ~" , " PEW^U'LA' CLEANERS'* '  15.Vi Gower Pt. Read  886-2200 Gibsons  ,FOR.YOURJAMll,T���DRY���CLEANING,.NEEDSTO  ���-��������������"���  i ��� * '"���"��� ���* ��� i" ���'���������'���- ������  -    Bold, Custom UPHOLSTERY "'  Rc-upholstorlng,   Re-styllng  Draporiesr Custom-made furniture  Free Estimates  Call 886-2873 after 6 p.m,'  LEN WMY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  -~p|idiffl*886--2664'-w---M-R;Rr1,,G��bio'iii4  ��� tt^MtaSJO^M WtoM** ttm*^Wty W Wm W��^*��*a*"��* BS��W����**a>*  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances        \  For free estimate���Call 886-27128    ,  .  *      ���' '--"     ������ -ti-Vj-.hJ'i...-��*.��-.������-.. r^i   .��_v*, >*���**'���������-I**- ���^-i- _        ������-"J   '  ���  LITTLE BIT RANCH RIDING  STABLES  HAY RIDES. . .  Children, Friday Nights, 6-7:30 p.m.  Adults, Saturday Nights from 8:30 p.m.  Phone 886-2253 for reservations  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  GiveUs A Call.  ���,, ,,r ���...,._:i.  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ~ 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS     '  !      BOAT��SALES  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  Phone 885-2828  or Radio Mar Dee  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phono Secheit 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E, ), Caswell, Prop. - P9X 97, Socholt, D.C,  Phono 885-2062  EUCTRlCAl, CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES -���'ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING -��� SHAPING  -:,,��-...j-ij-faf |^-5"pzii:^Tuesday1 - Saturday  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  ,., Vancouver ���,.,_ x .,..���..,,...,...,,:.,.;..-,-  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery service  Lowbed hauling  EATON'S  "WHERE-TO-GO"  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS  MARGARET MACKENZIE ,  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  ,  Gibsons 886.2232  Head Office 515 West Hastings St., Van.  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine -Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service,  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  /'',,, Fully Insured  ''' ��� ].'''' '"��� -   v.  "���������.���..'   ������    "    '    ' ���..  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  , Secheit, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  ROY 6V WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Secheit  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  ����� ������" -���^.������-���.������i-iiii-^iimii-^w--*--*iii*.*��ii�� i     i    i,i i ii ������ n- i-���n-��_.'..i .i--.i--.it ,i iii m\  At tho Sign of tho Chovron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  6V MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and /*,c ty folding  Stcol Fabricating ��� Marino Ways'  Automptivo ond Marino Repairs  Standard Marino Station        '  Phono 886.7721       Ros. 006-9956, 886-9326  Floor ,., . Washed, Waxed, Stripped.  Window Cleaning  Poets Corner  POEMS BY GAIL (13 Years)  the   rocks ��� the  sea  Thundering   against  rages on,   ^ a  White spray billows across my face,  As one wave is split and then gone,  And I too wish that I could be like the sea,  Ceaseless,  endless,  eternal, unattainable,  But most of all free,  But I am man and my fate I must bear,  Life is no longer a game,  And if I were to end it all, who would care?  The sea would share my secret,  As 1 plunged to its depths; yes, the sea!  And then I shall have overcome  . The petty emotions of man  And 1 shall be free���free forever.  Teachers' Federation  supports new lax forms  B.C. TEACHERS' Federation would welcome a standardized tax bill showing  education and general municipal costs  separately, says the president of the federation. .  Robert M. Buzza, of Burnaby, said it is  time that taxpayers are made aware of the  exact extent of sharing of education costs  between the local and provincial governments.  Buzza was commenting on an announcement by Municipal Affairs Minister Dan  j Campbell to the convention of the Union  , of B.C. Municipalities that the government  is planning to issue a standardized tax form  to all municipalities.  The form will detail provincial contributions to education, including the $120  homeowner grant.  "i would agree with Mr. Campbell when  he says that education should not become  a political football," Buzza said. "The taxpayer ,should���, be made aware, in a very,  forthright and clear manner, where his  local taxes are spent.  "To date the provincial contributions to  education in each school district are seldoriv  known to the individual taxpayer with the  result that ^he , taxpayers ��� are unable to  ��� assess the adequacy, or otherwise of the  provincial grants.  i "The BCTF considers that expenditures  on education are justified dnd that any  analysis of the local and provincial grants  would serve to support further expenditure  in this most vital service.'A  New award  Awarded for the first" time this year  to Bud Klein was a new bursary.  Past Worthy Matron, Mrs. lioris  Aichison, had the pleasure of presenting the Order of the Eastern Star,  Chapter 65 bursary at Pender Harbour Graduation Ceremony.  A married man spends his tiirie making  money; a bachelor spends his money making time.  Redder's klght^  The Christian Religion  Editor, The Times: A  Sir���The TRUE Esoteric Savior of the  Christian _ Religion overshadows every  Human Being and is a State of Consciousness called , by the Greek Adepts the  Chrestos���or the Christ Principle.  ���This, Principle has nothing whatever to  do' with the Physical Body except in cases  where the Soul has awakened to recognize  its Father in Heaven this Christ Principle,  that fully awakens the Soul to its Divine  Mission of becoming one with its Christ-  Principle (or its Father in ~Heaven-Harm-  opy).  This Becoming (or Atonement, At-one-  ment) is portrayed in the New Testament  as a Drama of the Soul going through its  initiations from Gethsemane to Caivery,  really a series of initiations, but mutilated  by pnesty forgers to represent a human  being���Jesus of Nazereth. However the  mutilation is not so complete as to hide  the real meaning of the Drama of the Soul,  from one who has discovered the Esoteric  meaning of that Soul Drama not yet known  to the Theologians themselves!  CHARLES R.  CARTER.  Bridal shower event  al West Secheit home  BRIDAL shower was held for Miss Heather  Lang, in honour, .ot her forthcoming  marriage, October 7th, to Mr. Allan Marshall. The shower was given by Mrs. Roy  Walker on Saturday evening, September  23rd, in her home at West Secheit where  twenty-four guests were present to wish-  Heather a happy future.  tin Secheit for the occasion were-  Heather's grandmother, Mrs. M. Diebel,  her sister, Mrs. Irvine Garry and her  cousin Miss Kendra Law, all of Vancouver;  Mrs. Huxley Marshall, Allan's mother of  Gibsons, was also, present.  *> f  CAR PAINTING SPECIAL  UlifliflUMIUAWflliMMlIIIflll,  I  '//////////////////////a*  FOR ONE WEEK ONt��  PENINSULA MOTOR v-PV^DUC^^Tb.-  will make appointments and reservations  to hayer.ypuf..cqr^:i^injted. complete Tone  Color at an all time Low-Low Price of  $59.95 for all common makes.  $49.95 for English and small models.  price.  Every now nnd then ypu run across a  ���.fellow who would gladly give you the skirt  of his back.  Come In and see our bodymctn and  appointment for this  1st time-one time low  All work guaranteed: All jobs cash.  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCT!  | SECHELT, B.C. ~ 885^2111  &0YS//U/fS///f/f^^^  s  Parnina & Omega  Sole*. Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIR? AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs, Mono Havios - 885-9740  TELEVISION  For Service Phono 885-9777  ..J.y.Hci9YJL<L��9.In rdayJQj^  BCHTER'S T,V. & RADIO LTD.  Socholt, B.C.  ji,...-I1ti i,j.,iii ii.jii-1 I,      ,|     i* ..rn iiiii..i-ii....iio!ii-i ii ..in1.- iiiii..rii...i  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  uthorlicd     '  Cowrlo St, - Secholt - Ph, 885-9345  Phono Kon Hewitt  885-2266 or 085-2019  LILA'S S^LON  ...^IISV|TATIpNvTb-*Bl=AUTY      '  Export Hair Cutting  For appointment 886-2980  Sunnycrest Plaza Gibsons'  rii-ini 1 j��� .i -ii .. ��� .. i-   -������   -.i    i iiinui-ii....ii.ii ������ '.]..*   .        ������ i ������i  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  Tho Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite tho High School - Gibsons  For Toko Out Orders Phono 886-2433  K 6V 7, APPLIANCES  ��^^AI.LMc)kC5���pLMajor,�� Appliances  Phono 885-9578 - Socholt. B.C,  Med  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port MoMonTo pbndlor Harbour  Reg. '   %  $17.50 JUST  12.99  1967's  Greatest Houseware  Promotion  iHtifWI       W*>4lM��*l((l*��aiS��t     V}    Jt*-1*  Rog, $13.95  For'  $9.99  Two Examples  Stainless Steel  Steam & Dry  Iron  Stainless Steel  BVettle  XAi  w  I  I * *  111  I   ,!  ���A!  il  k  iri  ii  Hi  9 *�����  la-  I4\\  *. k |  !*H-  v-m  ���������(# ':?<��������.  AMX  ]mX7  : WtX  wrt>i!M*sAwiB*^ftowViM^*fiH*^i**U����      ap��f*��^M**'**��W'fi*i*i��>,�� ***iWw irttfrVti"* wc  Both Loaded with Special Features  Drop In and  -floo these and other  Hoover Specials!,  iM 'i,  885-2171  YOUR HOOVER APPLIANCE DEALER  i i   ;  Cowrie Street '  Socholt, B.C*  , ,-..,���������  I-- i i-  i' ' ���  ., ��i,, 1 ���?:'X---'Sy&.rKX*:**,i,%. ���?: _�����  .  A-v - *  WaTIi  _   1-  a  The Penuisuto Times       Wednesday, October 4, 1967  ���?��*r'mm**0&0t*n000000*000*700^0m&*'m000000*00*m0**m0��r00000000000000000M0*0000***00000i  lX^-'^7 1.   ���        ,XX^': ���'-���,::���-'    -.  ". 1 ^__^ -__������������---��� - V  Tr^SferasiBiji.A^&Sei  I--.  _ "7 way 6e won?. fc��r / shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to jbe right.' <  3   '- ���John Atkins?  _-.../��������� . ���     ���     ���    5  ���j0*00ti*00*0*m00mM00000000**00000*m0**000000*0*0000M00m0**M0M*00000*000000*000000'00'000'  Siek nwrOTts nt large  EITHER an infantile joker or an unprincipled driver., in fear of having to  wait an hour should he miss his ferry,  put Langdale Ferry officials to considerable inconvenience and delayed many  passengers for twenty minutes last Wednesday.  A few minutes before the 4:30 p.m.  ferry was due to depart for Horseshoe  Bay a phone call claimed to be from the  Cunningham Ambulance Service.at Halfmoon Bay asked that the ferry be held  for arrival of an injured logger being  transported by ambulance to Vancouver.  After waiting in vain for ten minutes,  terminal manager Peter Finlayson  phoned Cunninghams for confirmation  only to learn they were quite unaware  of any injured logger and had received  no calls in that direction. One driver  questioned stated he had at one stage of  the vroute had an ambulance behind him.  * However, a check with RCMP revealed  that no ambulances were on the highway  at that time.  By the time it had been decided the  call was a hoax, the ferry departure had  been delayed twenty minutes.  Sorry aspect of this type of irresponsi*  emergency call to wait was treated as just  another hoax. The same situation applies  to the ambulance operator who went to  great lengths to ensure no-one was lying  injured awaiting arrival of an ambulance.  He too might one day decide he is being  hoaxed, with the same serious consequences.  It is extremely difficult to understand  the low mentality of a person who resorts  to such stupidity either as  a practical  joke or. from malice. They do, never-the-        ,^  less, exist and undoubtedly always will   \ >^  and as this is a matter it would seem we    It?  have to live with it. i   *  On the other hand, if the call was  from a person who wished to delay the  ferry in order to make sure it did not  leave without him, then it is simple a  question of limited outlook. An eager-    1*  beaver so engulfed in selfishness that he    |J  has no conception of the consequences    L-ft  of his actions.  MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Councilnews  ���from page V  to the ticket office. ' /    -  "Theyhave~done- this elsewhere andy I r  see no reason why it should not be done,  here," he said.  ���'t  ���j?i  I". ../>  Neither ferry officials nor ambulance  operator are likely to adopt the attitude  that the next call might be a hoax and  act accordingly. They all know full well  that should: the call prove, otherwise  bifity is the fact that people only take so someone could die. The danger however,  much and of these days the childish joke does exist and it is to be trusted the  will have serious repercussions. It could moron responsible and others like him  well result in a seriously injured person, will give a little Jhought to the fact that  facing a battle against time, rushed to a their little jokes might very easily put a  ferry that has already left because the    human life in danger.  Tbe pious ��ry loud  ...... v ,��� ��lowhorn beauty  Not many Sunshine Coast residents    generating   station   pictured   here,  have seen the -quiet beauty -of Clow--. ���" Photo shows the comparison between  SOUND IDEA  Comm. Peterson said he thought it was '  a sound idea but suggested Secheit Council  be asked to' support the suggestion. Comm.  Drummond agreed and expressed the view  that the various Chambers of Commerce  also be asked to co-operate.  A letter from Hon. Isabel Dawson, regarding' proposed change ol name from  Gibsons .Landing to "Gibsons" indicated  need for a plebiscite which she suggested  be included in the Decemher elections.  Comm. Drummond questioned necessitj*  of a plebiscite and was told by the chairman that the MLA. has obviously discussed  the matter with the Municipal Affairs Minister who has evidently stated this is the  necessary procedure.  Comm. Feeney said he saw nothing  wrong with a plebiscite;, He was supported  by Comm. Peterson who added "maybe  people won't want to change the name  anyway."  Three "thank you" letters were received  and read by Clerk Dave Johnston; the first  was from the Library Committee thanking  council for its annual grant; the second  came from the Salvation Army which expressed thanks for a grant of $25; and a  third letter from the Board of School  Trustees thanked council for its assistance  in decreasing the traffic hazard at Gibsons  Elementary School.  hom Lake at the head of Salmon  InM. A fisherman's 'paradise, it is  nitre miles long and accessible only  by float plane or water .transportation. Industrial undertakings in this  remote spot include.the.B.C. Hydro  1   eP*. *"E3  the smaller ..station which served  from 1950 to... 195.7.. when it was  replaced by the .larger station which  increased production' tenfold' from  three Megawatts- to ��� 30: ;  MOST people with any sense of res-  _, ponsibility deplore the layabouts who  under the very fitting name of Hippie  practice their dubious philosophy in comparative freedom regardless of the antagonism they create.  The filthy conditions under which so  many of them prefer to live; the obscenities upon which they thrive and  their distorted outlook upon life has  sickened those who contribute to our  present society. Certainly the world has  its problems, it always has and undoubtedly always will. Abandoning our  qualify for welfare.  Needless_., to^ say, opposition leader  Robert Strachan immediately clambered  aboard the 'human rights bandwagon'  and fired off a torpedo labelled "discrimination". This type of hogwash is to be  expected from a politician of this type  -What does seem incredible is the fact  that there are those who,, in one way and  another might be looked upon as public  leaders, Have decried the minister for his  positive and welcome action.  ABOiher man who has also proved  'himself capable of action while others  V - . vyi, p   f. iiui . u-|MBp.ill>. -J|l  ^��"***^*��* ..  *���. ���*���  ���&-��* *? y  1*  vy_\   ������  responsibilities to live the life- of a hog flounder, is Vancouver mayor Tom  will in no way improve or prove any- -Campbell. By lifting the. licence of the  th^g hippie publication he has carried out a  it      . i*A~  A j A. :. A ?a ,*���, w -iptiblic service which should be hailed  _Dunng recent.months as. the ranks:   b/ ^m and citizen who has any  of these failures have- reached- alarming    appreciation of coxnmon ^d basic de-  tHEY^ibONE IT AGAIN!  am SECHELT THEATRE  Fri., Sot., Mon., October 6, 7 and 9  How To Stuff A Wild  ii  Dwayne Hickman  Technicolor  Cinemascope  'V    Cartoon and Double  Annette Funicello  proportions. Civilized members of society  h#e expressed warranted alarm which  became more pronounced when a filthy  rag under the name of Georgia Straight  was sold openly on {he streets and1 indeed,  cency. .  -  That people with roles in public life,  such as radio and television personalities, stioyld publicly support, the rights  of the people behind the hippie publica-  ���^!S(?*i:* impressionable    ^ ^^hard-to-:comprehend. Even  Worse, is the fact that Vancouver magistrate ;Les��� Bewley has seen fit to state  "any person* is free to do as he wishes  unless he breaks the. law*..So. surely the  hippies have fh,e right to. publish a newspaper". He said he has read the Georgia  Straight and considers it a typical university-type newspaper, although rather pornographic in some aspects.  Mr. Bewley should,climb down from  his perch and acquaint himself a little  young' people,  Strangely enough, the moment long-  called for action to eliminate this scourge is taken, what we would Consider to be  responsible people raise their voices to  the sky and piously denounce attacks on  i'/hmnant���-.rights;-:".:: X'7X:fXX:X'':7 ^.atA1  ���iiFirst man under attack was Hon.  Dan Campbell, minister of Municipal Affairs and Health and Welfare. We are all  faxjpayers and it is hard to nriderstand  Control pane(  Clowhom can be operated, either by  radio impulse from Vancouver or by  manual control from the plant. The  huge switch board controls the power  output which is recorded on the  Megawatt ehart being checked by  Sub Foreman Ed. Laidlaw, who has  been stationed at the plant for the  past four years; and .also worked for  two years at the original generating  station.  NOTICE  |>-��lf*����>V**����W^V*��<>V*-���J ��������*���!��***-����� W����W*W***��I  Sunday, October 8  Midnite Show  THE HUMAN  DUPLICATORS  George Nader, Barb Nichols  Technicolor  ��JMI_*iU��-*��IUII*��l��>l-\A*��l>��>4MWAAA<MMUUUUM��<>��:  See it at the SECHELT THEATRE  THE THEATRE ON THE WATERFRONT  fewciSD  w  ��.iZ~.  ��� y  A great day to discover how little long distance costs  any taxpayer; questioning. a move to cut more closely with both the lavy and basic  down payment, of welfare to those who fundamentals. The paper in question is  although young, fit and able to work, filth, if is available to children of any  choose not to work providing welfare is age, it is not in any "way constructive end  available- Mr. Campbell made clear the is the end product, of agroup, of indivi-  fact that any hippies planning on winter-* duals who contribute not one iota to  in�� in this province from the east will not civilization. They are in fact, misfits and  ,  j the quicker they are brought down to  earth and encouraged to rejoin the human  pee, the better for all concerned.  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Yancouver, B.C. ..,_..,  Will be in Secheit  Monday, Oct. 16th  ,  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  885-9525  I*o��t's tTormer  STRIPES ANP STARS  -hy Veo1-obb  JVJuck, swamps nnd leather boots,���-  f^csli vvlthout breath.  VVI^tij, black, unci yclkw hkins,-  Jovclled In (Icnih,  ��� ��� 'Death-awl deiilnrclloiT;-^""*":  ��|r filled Willi dirgcrij  Ixgalbxid mtirdpr^wbcn the \vnrlprd uinqrgcs,  Jun-jIcN, rice, piddles,���moiiNpoivi niid dvouglu.:<  Oun5, bonibtiiind gn��Hes,~--tho warlord. It. out.  Drafting young ^lal^i���-to malm and \o kill;  Thousands of yoiitli.���Bijsijror war's mill.  , All Jock arc pu|alindN,---aH (ehurllcs, ipawn},. t,  Bul )oc himn (Uscoycis,���-ho'�� only n jruwu.  .I'coitanis amjl 9lilk1riini-rVi|l��gCN Kmall;  , News item/n*Micp<?(.a, we jjot fhem nil,  Hundreds of cliaiJIcs,���-wc (?o| today,  Ouii Josscn Nli(jht("-i;cporicrft iplay,'  Thoise lying dead,���-look, there, t|i��src, and ��� ,  there.     'A;"' ',;,-.,"'':;"    ���'';���'":" ';   ' "'  rostluiinou*. slarN,---(to mother or wife.  Joe' was' ito b7ftV*c,*--loc jgavc his life.  Oovcrnmtntptmilon* to those whotwrvivc,  Shot-Id bp cot(|K)|��tloii,i---)fc>r joo iw alive.  Stripes on hl-j ��jtwj in motilflcrlnfi earth,  - Whjlc, bUcki>pnd ytllow *kln��,���- - ���   ��ba('(i wli#t joe'd worth.-- -  |y^-ifi��infir��*in>��w^yir��wvwyywiit^^  mmmm mnimmm  CREDIT UNION  a�� SECHELT, D.C.  Tpetday ta Friday*---10:00 a.m.-SiOO p.m.  Sa��wr|-jay----iO:OQa,m..4iOO p.m.  1 -_.- ���**_���   -j '  Telephone 885-9551  Jti&^W&}Afr,MU  WftWW  Let Put It Over  The Top  To Complete Membership  With Class A Shares.  Don't Bo left Out  JOIN TODAY  The Sunshine Codst  Golf and Country Club  and Save Money.  CONTACT;  Scchclti Mr, Dick Clayton (Shop Easy), Mr. H, 0, 'Gordon  (H. 0, Gordon ond Kennott), Mick McKay (Undo Mick's*  ^hoo��)^����Mrr^.Fronk..~Ntwt��>r>^��.(Potker'��'"-Hoirtfwre^r~"'R^  J|,prnaU$,bop,,Eosy)^^^  RoNrti Crccki Mr, Hcl MchValno, 886-7486,  Olbiftnii Mr, K��lllvWrlght (Supor Volu), Mr, RoyToylor,  066*77\S. Mr, filll Snnddon, 8B6.9.1?fl, Mr. M, Joy, 886-  2S87, Mm, Wllmo Morrlwn, RB6-7076,  Port M��l|ont Mr, Art Orcaanln, 884.,-5361,   ���  W,MJ^lMailawUaU(BSA-��*^^^l'"W^��*,t*:��^*^,'  On this special day the voices of loved ones, perhaps from hundreds  of miles away, have a special place in our hearts. Memories are  sharpened, experiences recaptured. It is a day when togetherness  means so much and-as always with B.C. TEL-costs so little.  : IVW*WM��^^'*��*��^^"*'����lw1*Mr>' MSSW*taW-#**^W'i&t#Wt*.r.. J  ._r i   -. **j u-.. r .- . - -'  ���**'"���'����� asi' -���.'���*���������"���'." ���  -r .**���*) A''A- ~i '���'  ���    -   ��� ���.%;-*, *���--'-���  a i..-. i^ha i".  miAivAii. wawf ��,  �� mmm��Km0it44i^mAnimf%^MmA0Hi^0j4^KHKKmf4^��f4i4i4Mfii^ftlftfu%f<,fi^,ft4U4MmjU4m  Now, a student aon or dnuohtor nwny ot collooo can afford a  lono'dlfltnnoo cnll homo (aspoclnlly If thoy cnll "colloot"!).  L,ono dUlnnoo mloa nro nmono tlio vory fow |toms of poroonnl  oxpondituroo whloh,,ovor tlio y.oors(JinyQj��flao^JnLholilnd���,,  Tho' nSnWolf Ibo In oihof llvrnflcoats', In (not, mnny ionn dlntnnco  , cnlla nctunlly coat Iona In dollnra nnd conta today than 10 yonra  oflo, Moroovor, nf tor 0 pm ond all dny Sunday thoy nro cheaper  by nbout ono-flfth.  Chock tho rnto'n yournolf In your tolopho.on hook orjIlnlJ^O."  '    '"   ��� ^'^fopio|nfoJ7Y6uiri)o slirprlnocl htavw lltllo It coata to  onjoy "tho noxt boat thlng.to bolno thoro." Horo, for oxnmplo.  nroa fow currontchornoo:  VANCqUVER-PniNCEQEOBQE, ......$1,35^  NEW WESTMINSTER-CALGARY...' $1,60  VICTORIA-TORONTO'.......,��.,, ....... $1,95  (Evening, ntntlon-tq-otntlon cnlla, first 3 mlnutoa)  Pnjhln Important day of thftyear ilwroVrhoro wnsonthan*  ,,.���.EEi�� l<fl0 LonflJP!?rtnnBOjor,iillJi,��.��aVOrthl ^ -�����.  !�� TEL  '#K*,  ��l��*iHWa��.BLR  mWH COLUMBIA mWNOflE COMPANY  WOIUOWIDR Hit mom CONNECTIONS �� INTmN^IONALTWH AND TriRTYPR fitnyiCt ��� nAOIOTtlEPUONrfl ��� ClOSrO CinruiT TV ��� iMTBnrnM Awn -.Artiwn  evflUMO ��� EUCTnowniTenn. DAT/\pnot,Efl. fiMmma mo alarm units . oven m oTMtn coMMUNicATtON aips eon mopmn HOM��nNO !u{��ni����  -A}7XAXXAA=:  Kif^if^.i-i-ipsn-^f'ii^HifiiT'  <.  nir,'���/!.(��� ���, ���       .    -   _ , t-  ������-    W^I^^;,fll<a(<��C4;!r?*f7      fife f+fafaw&?fVAiAr&&''&X ;'��� 'XlBl  I   ��� t   ';' 'i  mfll'liiyif %|..^i|i,^iife.ii|^i,l 'f-iilLiJ,,...       ^ >,  my.^ii^., ,��� ||,  i,  ^        hi      ii,.i^     ���        ill   i ^   I'm    i n i ij-n-t-Vj, v,; t y ���>  -l     _if ^ "   _i* *$^j__* *-  _$'  "ff.l^J Hi'7*  Secheit, BX.^-'/A'*   \  'Al   a..   , >.-  >���    J  ' fir**1*-ft?  J*J_rcfifttf  fcl|^^__ ^���* *���**��� -.4-Hr *     *   �����,      J--*.   *��*-        -  -..���l"���"     u   *jJ-  �����w->  New Arrivals - Shop Now  * j   Giftwore - Edmrigs  > .*     . Cosfume Jewelry  Brassware - Novelties  5'y  We carry a complete liiie of  Reeves Art Supplies  Biggest Button Display  on the Sunshine Coast  ,��MUW<UM'*WW��*-.����l<>��*��*la-m��*^t*^A��<W<<IJ-JlJM-J^^  **ft/i>wnnn��.Tv<^*��vw.ivifW��ui����*j-��wiJT>wtf-/w*^^  .MORGAN DOES IT AGAIN  Only once                                   *  The huge $125,000 crane  (top left) ersttor in 1957 arid may never  be  poised over the geneiator excitor in used again. Producing 30 Megawatts,  the Clowhom plant was  used only Clownbm feeds into the grid system  once dunng installation of the gen- at peak operating periods  ,.',   * Massive turbine  Clowhom Generating! Station uses previous turbines wtii^h, only yielded  approximately 3$00j 6u. ft. of water \000 h.p: Sub-foreman. Serviceman  per second to M\4;the 40,000 h.p. Ed., Laidlaw keeps oii eye on tiie  turbine which was installed by B.C. massive piece of machinery. The  Electric in 1957/to replace the two    shaft alone weighs 120 tons  ������       ���4\-fl>-A.-'x- ���   ���������  ��������  t i  i *  Giant tools  fv f^5Ji?l "Pass the spanner" can be a major the plant and spends his free time  "^^^iCj operation at Clowhom, Vtfiere the trying to prove the myth that the  ja^^Ss    largest one weighs 70 lbs.; Service-    trout at Clowhom are almost as big  man Bob Bygdnes is a newcomer to   as the tools.  %, la In |*-*|1%_?-111 % |a  of  REVERSIBLE  JACKETS  J|rii_9  MORGAN'S MEN'S WEAR  Seehelt, B.C. AWHERE SMART MEN MEET ,'        ,    885-9330  'WUM*JIIMMUM..��lll*J*JU��#Jt.UMIJM'J*MUMMUU^^  Antique in seven years  Inaccessibility of Clowhom has made antiques. This 2,000 h.p. unit is one  Ihe two generators installed in 1950 of the two which now stand idle in  and used for seven years only, almost   the old station.  mi'-i ;  I  '   j  Peninsula Plumbing  Ubt)-  HE^TING & SUPPLIES  ,  _v.. ,��/  Your Kemtone  Sherw^W/Z/idrnis  Point Dealer  Phone 886.9533  Gibsons, B.C.  .Canadian/*    <  \  M  $P  When_/ou make a beer that's enjoyed in*--,  over 60 countries it's got to be good.!;,1,,  '        *    '     A' * ' *|"  \      .   * * I        i   a '    i *'   * * \  J?      ' 1-1 > I   *      .' . . I      "I*  M>1  1  m  W��*WfiM��**i(f��i*��i��WF��>iwt  .-,-���- :7'   ������.-.' .���. * a ���.,, :u 'si'* *;: ������;  tttHt*.k����i��*tlljy(V*t-l| Wil  ARE HAPPY DAYS  Particulary At One Of These  First Class Places Of Business  V #+*W ����W*-*��t*��*il��i. i  .(..    i  .��-*.* * 'v^r*,"i"U'  \0f      fl'   n1.*  H1,*'!  ll   I1  t-   (-J- itlnt. (U    i*�� Ht* I WM. (��m��  f       t*  f   i    l;  i'Siliif'1'.  ! i'   ��   ' I*.    ��� a    i  * i  1     M  !   'il'1'    '!'  j ,i'  Benner Bros.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OP TOP QUALITY NEW  AND-USED-FURNITURE  AppHqnoes- T.V. -Radio  Phono 885-2058  Scchclt, B.C.  JOIN ME  ON A  ���:M��ot4it��wiMiifl-teit J  M'WM^AiM��Wii'"*i4iKnWftie*^  CENTENNIAL  VISITING SPREE  Zhitts^^  Where  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  iioa^Sliop^  Gibsons, B.C. -, Ph. 8B.V9941  THE LADIES' WEAR  QENTRE  I AS LOW AS  ^ge70)\BK)i  Will Completely Install  A New Shell Furnace  Complete with oil burner, ducts  homo. Call Bud: KicPtVitx youi*  Shall OH Distributor  886^2133 Gib*on��, B.C.  .JlWa��R��lttlf*l!i*M B  FOR A FINE MEAL  Dine at tho  BAGUi LODGE DINING ROOM  Dining Lounge overlooking the  '," mouth of Ponder Harbour  Charcoal Broiler for Delicious Steak*  The Eagle Lodge  GARDEN PAY, D.C.  !1  1 Mi   >!  l�� '  , .-flMli^��(rtit*!l**J,4��-��(l*''Mrt'*(6 ��  * **".r��    !lJV��--a*iKi��  wTIA  U ��  <*-"  "If".Ill*  T7  A i  I I  A A  (">  r*'  it. a    I *  'l-" *' 'a''    : .""a. ���;iA: Z7x77a7777t7, '   .    r^.77x^7xi:A'A'^7x7\x^ X777xA^i\Sx7i777777  * i. ���* ��� -  ����.  * ,'!A'  (Page 6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 4, 1967  &vM\   ',    S4jA>   ^ \tA-   <V  Country Living  ���by Mary Malcolm  SEPTEMBER   days    havfe    slipped    away  again, after such a carefree old fashioned summer just like we used to, have. The  Heavenly Father certainly gave us a gift  just right for our Centennial year. Wag it  this way  all  across  our  great Dominion''  Our privileged teenagers have . stopped  sporting around in their fancy speedboats  and outboards. impressing all by the way  they handle them. But now, its sort of  nice jus: to see them settled to their homework and have them around the house once  more.  Our hearts go out to the number of  young people facing up to the challenge of  higher education and from the families of  the harbour. Buddy Klein has left to attend  U.B.C.. and his sister Elaine for her second  year at Simon Fraser. Miss Marilyn Gardiner off to Notre Dame and Ron. Malcolm  in his second year at Victoria College.  Quite a few pretty young brides and  summer weddings, especially from the  Irvines Landing area.  SWIMMING  CLASSES  ��� We appreciate the fact that Mrs.. E.  Warnock has given her capable help and  organizing ability freely for the past three  years to the community's children. Reporting on this year's activities, Mrs. Warnock states that another successful session  of swim classes was held this summer  under the capable direction of Miss Nancy  Harford, assisted by Miss April Walker.  Some 80 children and five adults took  part in the program this year. Thanks go  out to all persons and organizations who  gave donations in any form���without this  co-operation classes could not proceed.  This is Mrs. Warnock's last season as  Chairman of the Swim Committee. Anyone  interested in taking over for next year,  please contact Mrs. E. Warnock. Winners  of the raffle this year were: Mrs. Ray  Worth of North Vancouver and Mrs. Kl��-  ven.  AUTUMN NOTES  In lieu of news, we have our returning  fishermen with their talk sessions of the  season's news and catches. They come  from the far reaches of the scattered fishing grounds and we are always glad to  havethem safe at home and solvent for the  time being.  The hunters of all ages are keeping  their eyes and ears peeled as to who or  where the latest deer was caught and are  making plans for shooting expeditions.  The first Fall Bazaar was held by the  Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion on Saturday,  Sept. 23.  Oh! the sights and joys of Country  Living in our beautiful Harbour.  Arts Council schedules  bake sale fund project  S.C: ARTS Council is having a Bake Sale  on Thursday in Secheit (at the Gallery  Shop, at 10 a.m.) and on Friday in Gibsons  (Elphinstone Co-op at 2 p.m.) partly because of a belief that cooking is an art but  mainly to supplement' the money raised by  cbmmission on sales at the Gallery Shop  in order to pay the rent and keep the little  Art Centre operating. ',  .Monthly, expenses ,��� are approximately  $65-70/, (rent,, electricity and insurance).  'Donations' of $163 from / individuals,' the  Credit Union and Secheit Chamber of  Cpmmerce with steadily increasing sales  have, kept it going during the summer.  The Arts'Council hopes to stay open until  Christmas and if the community feels that  this sort of venture is worthy of support  build up a fund to tide it over the quiet  winter months.  .."���; There,are so many talented people in  the Sunshine Coast communities that al-.,  though the Gallery cjisplay is changed every  two weeks, members have barely scratched  the surface yet and have many ideas and  projects in mind.  Donations of baking will be received at  /the Gallery Shop on Thursday from 9:30  a.m. and in Gibsons on Friday from 1:30  at Elphinstone Co-op. Please contact Mrs.  J. Gibson, 885-2093 or Mrs. J. Usher 886*2553  for information. Support will be appreciated.  i From the SeguJn,, Texas, Gazette; "Tho,  brldWleot was showered with pieces of  her chosen china,"  One man show -T. .  -~!  J*****  Shanks Eoriy Mail service  launched Express Company  'FRANCIS   Jones   Barnard, - failed   in  bus- Road-houses, and eventually  towns,- greW'-f  mess in Toronto.   He failed to make a up at the points where Barhard changed    '  . fortune in the Fraser gold rush too.   On horses on the Cariboo Road.   Barnard sec-  tryiftg to be, a constable at Fort Yale a ured a government mail contract.   In 18$6  'fcr soner almost stole his gun.   And when he bought out Dietz and Nelson and ex-  he became a purser on a river boat, the tended his route from Victoria to Barker-  First solo  First woman to solo during the recent Fraser Pike of Altair Aviation Ltd.  flying course at the Gibsons-Sechelt Both  seerri extremely  pleased with  Municipal  airport   was   Mrs.   Irene the achievement.  Burtniek seen with her instructor Al  Halfmoon Bay Happehings  boilers blew up. But when Barnard started  cairying the mails into the Cariboo by  Snanks Mare, in 1881 he began a career  ttu was <to make his name forever hon-  ouiad in British Columbia history.  Bern in Quebec in 1829 he led a quiet  life, marrying at 24 and earning a living as  la struggling merchant. 'The gold Tush of  1858 brought him tp British Columbia. He  arriy ed at Yale " with $5.00 inhis. pocket  and'spent three years in'! fruitless, pursuit  of fortune before he got the idea of pro-  v.ding mail service to the,miners of Cariboo, carrying letters for $2.00 and newspapers in a ..bag on his back from Fort  Yale to Barksrville, where he sold the  papers at $1.00 per copy.  H'.b first expansion was me purchase of  a pony to do the packing. Before long  Barnard's express and Stage Line with its  14 passenger six'-horse coaches were the  ��pride of the Interior. Miners claimed they  could set their watches by  their  arrival.  ville His company, now called the B.C.  Express Company���more popularly the BX  ���is reputed to have earned five million  dollars a year m gold from the Cariboo.  From 1860 to 1870 Barnard represented  Yale in the Colonial Legislative Council  But success was not always his for in 1870  Barnard introduced steam tractors on the  Cariboo Road but they couldn't climb the.  hills and he lost -heavily. In. 1874,...he, lost  heavily again when he contraot|ii to build  part of a telegraph line .that never developed. Then bad. health hit him; Following a  stroke he sold his interests to Steve Tihgiey  and in 1889 quietly died.  Frances Jones 'Barnard  Canon and Mrs. Alan Greene were in  Vancouver last/Saturday to attend������',the  funeral of Jean, wife,: of Canon; Heber  Greene, who- died -suddenly of- aAfteart  attack at her; home in Kerrisdale. at the age ' I  of 75 years. . ������-.-...  The first of each August, this sign-is  put up on the--front of an Arizona churcil:  "You think it's hot. here?'" ���'.,a--V  i-f't �����'# 1 ���"���  "���i* �������� r   *���*������*������  ���by Mary Tinkley  WELCOME Beach Community Association    Pearson with husband Ken and baby daugh-  will open the season with a social even-     ter Carol,  ing and. variety program at the Welcome  Beach Hall on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m.  So great is the enthusiasm of the executive to make this first event a success that  a working bee was held on Monday to  convert the wood shed into a dressing room.  Members and friends are urged to be  punctual in order not to miss the special  attraction which will be the first item on  the program. This will be a dress parade  with men in ladies' costumes, and it is  hoped that members and friends will cooperate.  Men should come dressed for the parade  and go direct to the dressing room until  they are marshalled for the parade. Everybody is welcome. Admission is 50 cents  which includes refreshments of coffee.  ...sandwiches and apple pie.AThere will also  be a door prize and two prizes for costumes.  FILM  PROGRAM  Also at Welcome Beach Hall. Tuesday,  Oct. 10 will see the start of another program of documentary films presented by  the School Board. Fees for the whole  ''cour'se^bf''"12'vpro^rams'''are''$4' single, $7.50  for a couple from one home and free to  all old age pensioners.  VISITING  Art Wattam, 90, driven by bis son, Andy  Wattam, travelled from their home at  Havre, Montana to California and then to  Halfmoon Bay to visit his nephew Art  Armstrong and his great niece, Joan Cunningham. Mr. Wattam, like wine, is  improving with age. When he visited the  Bay two years ago, he was walking with  the help of two canes, but he now gets  around on his own two feet unaided. He  has spent two happy weeks fishing, clam  digging and generally enjoying himself  around the Bay.  Mr. Ole Carlsen has returned from a  visit, to his native Sweden and has settled  for the time being at Larson's Resort at  Madeira Park.  .  Mr. ai}d Mrs. Hugh Duff are home from  a trip'to Expo and were at their Welcome  Beach cottage last week-end.  Vis'UihgA Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce have  been her son Bill Pearce, his1 wife Vi and  children Debby and Douglas. They "have  recently returned from Camp Borden, Ont.,  where Bill served with the R.C.A.F.  '���"���. Mrs. Frank; Lyons was in Vancouver  last week to visit husband Frank in  Shaughnessy Hospital. She returned home  accompanied by her granddaughter Carol  Laird and Edwin Dash of Vancouver who  stayed thp week-end with her. Her other  visitors   were   her   granddaughter   Susan  AMBASSADOR  HOTEL  773 Seymour .St.     ���-     684-2436  VANCOUVER 2, B.C.  Ken Campbell    -    Chas. Campbelr  CLEAN COMFORTABLE ROOMS  $3.50 to $4.50 Single  IN CENTRE OF BEST STORES-  THEATRES ond RESTAURANTS  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF GIBSONS LANDING  COURT OF REVISION ��� 10:00 A.M., NOVEMBER 1, 1967  Public notice is hereby given thot a Court of Revision will be held on Wednesday,  November 1, 1967, at 10:00 a.m., in the Municipal HalJ, South. Fletcher Road, Gibsons,  B.C., for the purpose of hearing any complaints respecting the list of voters for this  Village Municipality which closed ot 5:00 p.m.,, September 30th, 1967, ond to correct,  revise, or alter the list, the list, sb corrected dnd certified by the Court, will be used  for the annuo! elections in Decembr 1967, and subsequent elections or submissions,  until a new annual list is prepared and certified in accordance with the Municipal Act.  October. 3rd, 1967.  mmam  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk.  ,   , ��� -��� -. -*.  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bld3��� Scchclt - Phone 885-2333  f UESDAY���l 1:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  THURSDAYS���I 1:00 a.m, to 7:00 p.m.  SATURpAYS-*-.3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  NOTICE���The offlco will bo clo��ed  Saturday, October 7  tt-^lMW^W^B****'  *&*����>>  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  Secheit 885-2214 '' Toll Free from Vancouver 6BM922  .00  ta*TWtf,t^��(*W^*y**liH!'^^*'^  EACH  Secheit & Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  '      ��� ���      , .-,-   ' ���,' .7 i-..-- ....    ..-.;       ������..', ���   , - \   A    .    , ., .... - ��� '���      ,.   -     -A.. -  i '<-,,. (Boyshore Inn)  NEW SCHEDULE SERVICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 4th  ���ai!i>t1*i^n^��*j*iWW-*liWM*fl*^   ���  ^Lf*0tteStoW$��i1Mm<8&>ltVW^  0m��j  Leaves Scchclt  Time Flight  9;00 o-m.        901  3:00 p.m.       301  MONDAY ��� WEDNESDAY��� FRIDAY  Loaves Gibsons  Timo Flight  9sl5 a.m.       9Q1  3;15 p,m,       301  Loaves Vancouver  Time Flight  10:30 a.m.      1031  4:00 p.m.        401  Leaves Scchclt  -Tlrio��--~ Flight  9:00 o.m.       901  SATURDAY (One Flight Only)  Leaves Gibsons  ���-Time-*���f lightens a.m.        901  Leaves Vancouver  *Tlmo'--���'Flij-hr  10:00 a.m.      1001  Leaves Secheit  - ���* itOO-pimr���*301 *  SUNDAY (One Flight Only)  Leaves Gibsons  Time T Flfght  A4;25 p.m.        301  Leaves Vancouver  Time Flight  4:00 pm.       401  0TMfR^^ C0N^ICT,NG SERy'CK MONDAY - WEDNESDAY . FRIDAY from.  N��lton If. - P��nd��r Hbr. -��� Efjunont -. Thornamby U. ��� Jcrvli Inlet -. Secret Core ond  Secheit Inlet area.  Pender Hbr. to Vancouver 16,50       Thornamby Is. to Van,     .13.80  Egmont to Vancouver   .1. 16.80        Secret Covp to Vancouver 14.10  7r7'\    iSk  W,li!..,/.,.1;;*e  *iwiit>niim*iii'>,>toi  WITH AN  AUT0MMIC CLOTHES PRYER  Sure is! SheValready finished a bfe beautiful wash.  i   Automatically. And now it's d^  Meanwhile she's waltzing through washday. Ironing?   ,  There won't he much of thatreither; Things com  smoothly from a dryer. Especially wash-ajad-'Wear clothes,  ',, The nqw dryers have a special cycle for Permanent  Press fabrics. So you have more time for ^hopping, Sewing.  Or waltzing- if you wish. The newest clothes dryers and  Don't wait too long. The next waltz is yours.  ac. HYDRO  Bffl)K<i��i imnv#��f,T<f wjSTWrfiir-'T*  11, ��� .  S<    ^!'*<��*>**l��*|  m^mimmmmm  | 'VitiMffo&totktltfi^^ ��i  A     ,      .   .^   **,**(*-(    It   ^*<  IWMMHI  | rttiWWt^l^W^fVfeMiilKW*!-''  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD,  1356 MARINE - GIPSONS ��� 8.86-2442  SIIV1 ELECTRIC  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY - SECHELT -���  C & S SALES &, SERVICE  -^COW����S STREET��5ECHJ.LT sS85-��7.3  _7__ ^_ j:  i i"ipi)��^'.-��'JBlP*-(*!��n-l!VlW'!!f-i  McPHEDRAN  ELECTRIC  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING PLAZA-  GIBSONS - D06.9609    .  PARKER'S HARDWARE LTD  COWRIE STREET - SECHELT-805-2171  883*2062  > ^i���f i-<rn ���*  PENINSULA PLUMBING &  '-''SUPPLIES.1  Sunihlno Coqit Hlflhway -. Socholt -. 005.2050  BENNER BfROS-  Furnlturo & Appliances  " ', ^Wnfatt'Coost Hlflhyyoy "���' Glb-ont - 086-9333  ir*  ...   ..I. ^jagWr-a- a ^~.sim ���  ' ___! >- * ._ '.iViV  ljMa  '_ __/ j.^- ^^(_'��� Aj -Ar_ U- A -! a. A-'  -v      -     -     --   ���-  i ji  ���tijc:  t'*la�����BQ"l^A3Sl*"l������  ^ ^  -.  A   C A  -*-     r  ,  *,    *  , i  <V '  7 r'          "  - *?;  "~   *~>   "a     ' ���a  A \     -  '  . ~~ '^  ^^^,���3^:3^-^^^-^^ "A  AroundMbsons  UtsSILANDi' Florist Shop was the/scene of  "a*,fascinating- demonstration'oii floral"  arrangements, glVen in a .most interesting  manner bj\ Mrs. Jean Lissiman, l&at Wednesday afternoon.5, '  Members'1 of the'' Gibsons** Garden Club  present, ^ere: Miss Chaddie1 Bremner,  Mesdames W, Hutchins, S.' Thomson, M.  Kemp,-A, Clarice, D.aDavies^JE. Grant, 0.'  De Camp, R..,Telford, J. COrlett, J. Stewart, G.i Charman and Al Nuotio:  Mrs. Eisaiman advised gathering flowers  early morning or,in the cool of the evening  using a sharp knife rather than scissors.  Foliage suitable for the flowers should be  selected.. Elo.wers should be arranged according to where .they will be' placed and  should not" hide each other or have their  stems crossed.  .Exquisite arrangements were being  made by. the speaker as she told her  listeners of always having "a focal point,  darker flowers to the centre and lighter  ones outside.  Imagination should be .used regarding  containers, many household articles can  be used with good effect���a bean pot for  zinnias Or-a Candle holder for small dainty  flowers.      ,  ^Many facets were touched upon by Mrs.  Lissiman including a fuh part, something  from very little, such as branches, weeds,  grasses, reeds, seeds, etc., perhaps incorporating a figurine. Bamboo, Sumac and  large exotic type leaves are useful and  sometimes a small bird ornament adds  the finishing 'touch.  A hearty vote of thanks was extended  Mrs. Lissiman for a pleasurable and interesting afternoon; eoffeje and cookies  were served. A  SHOWER  A wedding shower for Miss Gladys Le  Warne was held at the home of Mrs.  Verdun Swinney on the afternoon of Saturday, September 23rd. Among the guests  were former Gibsons telephone operator's  with whom Miss Le Warne had worked in  thepast. ; Ceramic*- class  MaMF.W��il?��,l}ii!   Seen Putti��g final ***** 'to^onfitt   instructors in. the Painting and Cer-  her excellent ceramic works, Mrs. B.   gmics   classes;.-. starting   this   week.,      Bihg of Wilson Creek is one' of 'the   under the Adttlt Education program. ;ber members ^^rmly-suppffrts"the idea  -������-~:of a"fi)unst~association and while he feels  Federation of Telephone Workers.  J^enaxer^iiM&^sx  IT DIDN'T seem much like autumn at "all  -   with" the warm sunny w6ather~wewere ~  having.  Indian Summer to us is something  to enjoy, but for the early settlers of this  country it v/as a different story.  In the pioneers' sday the best-land-lay ~  along the river banks. In September when  the temperature stayed up it meant early  morning fog, which' provided perfect cover  for an Indian attack, consequently, such  summers were referred to as "Indian Summers".  . The grade, eights again constitute the  majority. They have ,the largest class in  school with 44 students. Grade nine have  29, grade 10 have 23 ' grade 11 have 22 and  grade 12 13 students.  Recently we had our election of class  representatives and the following students -  ' were chosenT Grade 8 girls, Janice Cum-  mings; grade 8 boys J John Malcolm; grade  8, Peggy Mills; grade 10, Heather Duncan;  grade. 11, Jackie Griffith; and grade 12,  Terry Cameron.  In the morning, noon and after school  the girls and boys volleyball teams are  practicing in the gym with our new P.E.  teacher Mr. Tiernan.  Mr. Tiernan has a very interesting- background. He.was born in Liverpool, England; where he received, his elementary  schooling. After attending college in London he worked for a time in industry. He  also served in the Navy before he began  his;'teaching"eareerT""''':'"" "'���'"A" ���-���������'���-������.������:- ������'  Mr. Tiernan taught school in' Liverpool  and in Lofidbn before coming to Canada in  1960.  Since that time, he has taught at Mc-  Bride, Calgary, . Northwest Territories,  Dawson Creek, Lasqueti Island and Minstrel Island.  Chamber of Commerce  forms tourism group  MR.  ALEX Gilmore, Secheit Chamber of  Commerce   representative  to   the   Sunshine Coast Tourist Association, told Cham-  y/e^e^uf/OcJ6lAiet4^7iH7 '   Tfar Peninsula Times  ', ��� ...'. ���- .:-ms  ROUND ABOUT  Edmund H Gill was a delegate of the  I.W.A. at the Regional Convention held  last week at the Hotel Georgia. He was  joined on the weekend by Mrs. Gill who  accompanied him to the I.W.A. Banquet,  held at the Cibmmb(ibrea  Mrs. L. G. Fretter returned to Gibsons  at the end of the week after a two month  holiday in Ontario and the States. During  her trip she visited Expo. Mrs. Fretter  will be the guest of her son-in-law and  daughter, Mrrand. Mrs. Gordon Clarke  and family for a time, after which she  will be leaving to take up residence in  Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. Al Swallow and Mrs. F.  Fisher recently had a three week holiday  during which they saw much of the Prairie  provinces while visiting, relatives at Edmonton, Brandon. ^Portage Le Prairie and  Winnipeg. "  Mr.   and   Mrs.   R.   L.   Blakeman   and  Frank Tulle*  IKEitlil IlpGiif  FIRST, round of a night- school registration will be a meeting.of adults interested-m>  was   completed   last   Wednesday   and starting ceramics, women's keep fit,  and  Thursday nights at Elphinstone and Pender Spanish classes at the Secheit Elementary t  Harbour Secondary School.   There: was a School.  large turnout for the first nights of regis-       -fa industrial mathematics class is be-,  tration for classes that began Monday. '.fog organized in Gibsons. Call 886-2241 for  Second, round bf registration take* plac^ I information.  A    .  "  this week and will continue into "nfeiitw.eek._l''.���_.   _. ������������_,�� A/-,     *��� A-it .* ~      7   mio-A*-*- ,-.;�����,* ���a,^��� ������, ���*--.,.,-. ~.���a��,,.  For this Derioi^dent^^av^TeEMer^duf^^    The Advanced Art, Creative Writing,,and ^ Chamber might carry out its own promo-  in�� pI^^Sht*^^^^^^7^ Woodworking  classes will, be   meeting  at . tion of tourism.   Doug Wheeler commented  The veS" po?Slar painting and ^raftiics    J30 *����� at B^M"-*���- Secondary School.ithat while The Times paid an annual $150  family altended:tHe,;weiiding of their son    cjasSes e"  M"'���e   �����>��- ���- mpmwch,n   h�� v.-- r^o,���.-.  -,,, m,n���toc  Fred to Miss Fay?$q$ng#^^ and"  Church, Langford^^Mtei^lB^lafT^^Ma^  Fred  Blakeman ^tj^iyre&^^irtssidelce     arv  ' certain   benefits   have  resulted   from   the  .. main organization he does not see much  ' future for the local group.   .  "7a.     Mr. Gilmore pointed out that Mr. Len _  '��� Larson of, Madeira Park has put a great  '- deal of effort into the local body which has  .. proved a thankless task.   He is now prepared to let others take over the helm, and  there   is   some   suggestion   Powell   River  ?   members will be elected to the executive.  "The- idea of the association is fine but  unfortunately the very, people who should  support it on the Peninsula refrain from  joining and that is the  motel and resort  operators," said Mr. Gilmore.  The Chamber fully supported his suggestion that a committee be formed, to come  up  with  proposals  by  which  the  Secheit  ary,  at Terrace  where|^lr.  Blakeman is em-    Landing Elementary.  ployed, having left1 the Navy in August. A new Spanish class is already in pro-  Tiiesday   night   classes   at  Elphinstone  Chamber committee to consider tourism  If you want a thing well done, don't do  it yourself unless you know how.  gress on Monday nights at Pender' Harbdtir    struction, piloting, log scaling, typewritin;  ^"SKae-mSpg. 'UnffiTS MSk_& Giln,ore' Paal Hai,sen and Doug  Secpndary School.  On Thursday, Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m., there  <a*   ?  . Wheeler.  is. A  i    ,  ���7lM   ���  W77  m AA ;ihy-'f*.  t4 i'{ v vJ\\ I'M'iV }  and public speaking,  Wednesday night class at Elphinstone ���  will be paihtirig/for pleasure, news behind '  the headlines- shorthand, andI drafting andsi  blueprint reading^ At' Gibsons Landing il|  Elementary these will be men's keep fit fe  and lapidary classes. At Halfmoon Bay;.'  Elementary a painting for pleasure class ��  will be in progress. '������-���;��� ������'<77  On  Thursday   night,   basic   alterations, ^  .English, and Oriental cooking will be at ��.  . Elphinstonei while  at Secheit Elementary a  painting for pleasure and women's keep fit":i|  .classes will be in progress. Ai,  , '   All classes start at ,7:30 p.m. ��.  SALES  DATSUN  SERVICE  NIK SERVICE STATION  HigKway 101  PHONE 8869662  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY CLUB  s)JM,'��AvW  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 - 8:00 p.m.  $iOO on 50 Calls  1^-^10 Games  Plus~$100 worth off  Gift Certificates  For Your Thanksgiving Goodies  ji i*i��-("��,|l**W'*w*|tw**=*  Nowlywods (  Ono   of   tlio   first   jobs Jo _, greet _,  Constable Orvlllo��� Ujtidorhill on his  nrrlvfll as Constable In chargo of the  Secholt Potachment was to officiate  nt the civil ceremony': marriage of  Mr, and Mrs. Adrian John Boil, now  residing  at1 Jlrvlnos (Jbandhig.   The  ,couple have known .each, other for 4,0  years, but only; mot again lost. year.  Wedding took place September 25th,  Mrs. Hell Is well-known In thp Prince  Rupert area, whore she has oporated  a gift shop for the past twenty years.  Mr. Boll ias resided mainly on Vancouver Is and.  Both aro now retired  nnd_havQ~eachaJacon.jmRErM^  .vlously. , ������,           Gibsons Squarenaders  rtHtlttftWT-fi, *U��(,1W^WH��1 ( kl*l-** (ntwt>*S--?* * Wsifi��*WiVf*i* * *^^ \>< **^ *&>(��*  <*+**^ft^��W*ilT��W����i** l^lWiMaftllf ("U��*��li.(JbW��J-- i(A��l( **��*M**��*"*1**��*W " ��> i��f��l!l'��iHf-''Jt,*��flM**l(Wli*-* *��t' -W*aV* ���**  .H>^>'i*i��n*S *��i.Wtf *WM*i  Let fftll'a harveflt of aavinga go to your  feet I No\V th<s whol^ family' can  aave.Hke never before oii oiif neweat  shoo  stylea.  Stop in  aoon.  HOPKINS MALL  SATURDAY, bCT. 12  v .) ������,   8i^0 >,ni,��    ALSO Beginners Cflniiet  Anglican Clmrch h0"'  Thimday, October 12, 8 p.m.  For Informaotlon phone Harry  Roborrsdn 886-95*40  ,mm<mm  WE  HAVE THE BEST  IN SHOES AND  BOOTS FOR ALL  OCCASIONS,  . . ,   .    ' 11��...' ���    .       .,   ������  LET US SUPPLY  YOU NOW WITH  YOUR WINTER  ��� FOOTWEAR.   -  I        mm     1104 �� m* 1  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons; B.C.  Risbey's Accordion  "       Centre  Is pleased to announce because of increased  local Interest in the piano accordion we, will  now   be   offering   individu&l   instruction   in  Secheit three days each week, Monday, Friday and Saturday.    We  guarantee responsible teaching methods. We will be pleased to answer  any questions you may have.  Phone: 885-2109  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'  True Chequiiig  personalized  cheques  go"  7:R;7$}jrA -  77.\��i'f;:'' .��� ���  True Savings  passbook  gpesliere  The new True way to bank  Here/ it is! Everything ypu need for your combination of True C3ieqttiing and True Savings  accounts in a neat complimentary wallet. Including  personalized cheques.  ^is'new T^  account separate from True Savings. You leave-  enough in a True Chequing Account to pay your  bills. You put the rest into 4Vz% True Savings.  (If'you already have a 3% Savings Account, you  can convert it to^Irue Savings.) ��^-:  See how this simplifies your money planning. Come .  in and ask about the new True way to bank ��� and  get your new True-blue wallet/ree.  Bank of MontrmpI  Canada's First Bank  T  ���V.  Seclxelt Branch: ...' .,:.,,.,.      ^ . ERNEST BOOTH, Manager^  PetiiJer Harl&biir, Madeira- Parte' (Suif-Xjgency):;    Open'Daily  Gibsons Branch: '       T. F. DAUGHERTYv Maaager  TTX00CO  DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES  * .. '���    . '������������.,���  The Adult Education Department of School District No. 46 (Secheit),  in cooperation with/the National'Rim Board of Canada, announces the  - 1967-1968 Filrn Series.  PART I  Programme for October  ACROSS CANADA 24, 25, 26 (Tue., Wed., Thur.)  10, 11, 12, (Tue., Wed, Thur.) Tha Drag  Celebration The Railrodder  Precision                ' Buster Keoton Rides Again  The Voyageurs y   ��� .               .  -   Max in the Morning      '' ��� ��� ,     ^.                                       i ���  Programme for November  WHAT IS MAN?  7, 8, 9 (Tue., Wed., Thur,)  What on Earth?  The Inner Man   .,,  ( >  Memorandum  MAN THE CREATOR  21, 22, 23 (Tue., Wed., Thur.)  Fly way North  Vaillancourt  In Search of Medea       ,  Paul Erhile Borduas  '      ' Angel  Programme for December  THE WORLD AROU^P US-^5f 6,7 (Tue, Wed., Thur.)  Octopus Hunt (Jervis Inlet) - Island,Observed-^lement 3  PART II WHERE MAN LIVES (Theme for enriro series)  Programme for January, 1968  9, 10, 11 (Tuo., Wed., Thur.)   /        23, 24, 25 (Tue., Wed., Thur.)  Black,Crook Pioneer Villdge  The Sea Got In Your Blood '  The City���-Cars or People  The Arinanacks  Programme for February  6, 7, 8 (Tues., Wed,, Thur.) 20; 21, 22 (Tue., Wed., Thur.)  .��Tho,CltyaQnd-lt8.'Rogipn    ��� The Heart of the City  .... Changing Wheat .Bolt Buy Low���Sell High  Minor                          i The Ever Changing Lowlands  Vancouver Island i    Autobiographical A. M.KIein  Programme for March  5, 6, 7 (Tuo., Wed., Thur.) 19, 20, 21 (Tue., Wed., Thur.)  The City as Man's Homo The City and the Future  ������.Ghosts.faf:.a:Rlvor��..~^^^^  City Under Pressure The Changing City  Change in/tho Maritimos' '    .������������������' ,  .  Programme for April ���'  ��� (Speclalf nol cYenlngsprogramme) 2,"3r4 (Tuo:;Wod.7Thar;)w ^"  Trip Down Memory Lano~-CanadlanrCanDanceA Helicopter Canadq"  PLACES;  Tuesday Nights���Wolcome Beach Community Hall, 7:30 p.m.  Wednesday Nights���Secholt Elementary School, 7:30 p.m.  >     Thursday Night*���Gibsons Elementary School, 7:30 p.m,  FEE! $4.00 SINGLE ���- $7.50 COUPLE      , !  i REGISTRATION:FIRST NIGHT AT EACH LOCATION  1 ':'v.;>:  ������;.{A  (���Al  ��� ���(,  AM.  1  '����� "I  ������'������ ll ���'  ���'.���;��� m  ���".'.,.m :  -7'  - $'  r  i  l-sa  A-  I r  ,h ^U-BilWt-^SW^J^tl-WrtB^tlM** W*  ! t  IHh,��art��*al^f*i��B!-��M��''W1��fiS^' *  ; )���'  I #.*���.#,*> .|'*..-f.^'*'.*.-.# ���rj-it-.-i,'.'*--* *������<��,*.^.-#,.# *���������*���.-'  v#3 ) ��� ���-o(-|��i^a.7i:?''.  i;.-;;..:....'^.;;  '>:;Xi   ~-i-   'X '  ,���'������.���  ;. ���"' ' .'  7\<  .   fitevF'-   ���'  ....."������'..'.-,'rjc;:*'*  Av.A.rii .���*"J*" ������'.*���"  ;'-U[.'>;.'>.���!-'��'���"���' ������   ���������<���* ���  ' >  '    ���                     -A     '   ���  ���  ��� j .- .yA ,'.,'  ���v., ,-'.!"-*,.-���--  hvh/m-.��i    -���   *  ���MA'.    77  ^A^A��J  ���'" ��� ^'S-.A. A'  -  v.-i ,;'.    U  ���            '  ���-, ���-������*..���  ..... '���' A''V  t.     ��� .������'|,A-A-  '. '.'-.'���-������'������C'  ���W  ^f-'-r-y������  .��� '._'���_ A-*.  .   .,        .,...--. -^  ^:���.- tn.&iL. .  ..../..,:_y;^A��^-..-  ���.-.'.';:.-_  .-l-:..-^. :7X  '. .."-.':,.i*X ������*''������  ".'." X -A.-  .._._!'....;. ��. .. .._'... ."..���.   ��� , .'���!.'_... .  *  .-..-./'  ;;;; y:':;'t*?$$_  af^UiULlA  *���&*��  Page 8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 4,1967  Gibsons howling  FRANK Nevens  broke the  single  record, (  held by Frank Hicks, when he rolled a '  tremendous 416 this  week  and  ended, up  with an 857 triple.   Lionel McCraig was- in  fine form last week, starting off the season  with a whopping triple of 912.  Ladies Coffee: Georgine Macklan, 546;  Irene Rottluff, 580;'Jean Whitla, 572; Iva  Peterson, 555; Vera Farr, 594 (261); Doreen  Crosby. 597 (237); . Paulette Smith, 519;  Mary Peterson, 595; Alice Day. 566 (241);  Jean Christianson, 559 (235); Clara Wilson,  507.  Gibsons   A:   Frank  Nevens,   857   (416);  Joan Whieldon,  631   (290);   Freeman Reynold, 633; Orville Shogan, 265; Alex Robertson, 653 (245).  Teachers Hi: Len Ellis. 640 (243); Larry  Farr, 637; Freeman Reynolds, 676; Jim  Thomas, 626 (266); Herb Lowden, 635 (240),  (259).  Commercials: George Elander, 680  (243); Frank Nevens, 638 (273); Jack  Clement, 272; Jack Marshall, 644 (264);  Shirley Hopkin. 654 (274); Lionel. McCraig,  665 (243); Lorne Gregory, 634 (249);  Doreen Crosby. 704 (270) (254).  Bantams: Bruce Green, 282 (142): Randy.  Whieldon.   223:   Ian   McKenzie,  308   (180);  Debbie Sicotte. 217; Cindy Whieldon, 255.  Juniors: Colleen Husby, 328 (178);  Ginny Alsager. 323 (203); Martin Kiewitz,  309 (170); Wayne Wright, 292; Jim Green,  328 (183);  Robert Solnik, 309 (194).  Secheit Bowling  -���by Eve Moscrip  BONNIE Wigard rolled high single of 351  in the Ladies League. Fran Jackson,of  the Ball and Chain had a triple of 651, and  Reg Thomas led the men with 768. Dave  Trowse had a high single.of 310.  Sports Club: Ray Newman, 645 (233);  Jean Robinson, 624 (260).  Ladies: Ann Shaw, 649 (251); Bonnie  Wigard, 351; Iona Strachan, 273.  Ladies' Matinee: Hazel Skytte, 529;  Lois Bullis, 233.  Pender: Carol Reid, 648 (250); Ev  Harrison, 258;  Bill Cameron, 669 (286).  Commercial:   Reg  Thomas, ,768;   Dave  Trowse, "310;   Odnel 1^  Orv  Moscrip,   725   (281-);   Jean  Robinson*  269; Red Robinson, 282.  Ball and Chain: Fran Jackson, 651  (281); Kay Mittelsteadt, 621 (254); Al Lynn,  646.  .   School Leagues: Seniors, Bobby. Benner,   394 (242); Earl John, 211; Linda McKinnell,  341 (186). Juniors: Laurie Allan, 220 (119);  Scott Henderson, 309 (151).  Ten Pins: Lola Caldwell, 310 (201);  Gordon McCourt, 318 (179).  Pegasus show well  in first hpme game  PEGASUS  F.C.  playing their first  home  game of the season, came up with a big  win Sunday at Hackett Park.  The .-Pegs' are in division one in the  :North Shore Juvenile ^Soccer league again  this year. They will also have interlocking  games with teams from Burnaby.' This  means they will be facing some of the best  juvenile teams in the province, so their  games should be well worth watching.  Alan Louie opened the scoring in"; the  first halfjAvhen he was a real opportunist.  The ball came across the face of the goal,  and Alan, coming in on a full head of  steam, connected for the goal.' Half time:,  1-0 for the 'Pegs'.  After the "re-start, Bernie Jackson tied  the score on some sloppy defensive play,  arid for' a while Pegasus goalie Bob Watson  was busy making some brilliant saves,  . Gradually the 'Pegs' took over and came  up \vHh three quick goals from Roland  August, Alan Louie and Gordie Dick.  But the Bernie Jackson team  sparked  by good mid-field play from Randy Timothy  refused to give up and came back with;  two\ more goals.  ; Pegs  held  on to the  final  whistle to  take Uie game 4-3..,  Next' week's game:   Pegasus  F.C,  vs.  Burdette's   'B'   at   Sowden   Park,   North  ,��� Vancouver.   Kick-off 2 p.m.  RANCH  RIDING STABLES  TRAIL RIDES  9 a.nv to 9 p.m.  FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE  886-2253  R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  ���aa-��'IH m  iiJUfl"  Hmhemngs^jodw^  *���   f"   '-     I  -���JA.  SO  FAR   this  year's  happenings   around  Elphie have been very eventfiiL  Our exchange students, Carilyn Clark,  North Delta; Ursula Schmiing, Magee and  Bruce Wilson, Centennial High, must have  by Rob Boyes and Marilyn Hopfcins  i'      '"'   ~A^7^f'--m  Arriving on the-,'Vv,f!  weren't quite prepared.  morning of the" 29th, a number of* students"  found  they  had  been ���sort  of rained1, or *  "flooded'out".,- But worst of all,,tiie typing  room  won't be  seeing "any  action  apart  wondered what kind of institute they were    from something to suck, up the'water, at  being exchanged to!  Imagine arriving at a    least until the weekend is orver. '.Doesn't  school with some 179 grade eights running    look too good for the construction workers,  does it'  Last weekend our President, Steve McCourt and his officers for the ensuing- year,  were sworn in. Gpod Luck! This should  be an exciting year.  We even had fire trucks whizzing 'by  our school; you begin to wonder what will  happen next.  Well this might not be the biggest school  in the world, nor the swingmgest but'its  got to be the most complicated, intricate  school in the whole, wide wonderful town  of Gibsons, B.C.  ��� Safety equipment  Following last Saturday's tour of display. First .Aid Supervisor Peter e.xchange students Bruce Wilson and  Port Mellon Pulp Mill, students were Madison explains use of an -Ultras ..Carolyn Clark from the lower main-  well aware of the need for rigid sonic Flaw Detector which locates land and Elphinstone student Gordon  safety precautions and showed great weaknesses in metal to Centennial Mcllrath.  interest in the safety equipment on  around adding to the noise of skill saws,  ,dump trucks, earth movers, cement mixers  ,and the rpek 'n' roll roaring out of the  exterior speaker at the drive-in across the  street.  ���' They must have loved the organization  ;bf students running on four timetables, all  ^different.; The 'original, the proposed, the  revised, .and of course their own specialty.  They were; most likely impressed with the  Variety cf routine; Like how many schools  get to change lockers every week so that  by the end. of the year they have possessed  every different color in California?  On Tuesday, overheard from a cute  little girl, "I guess the school couldn't wait  to try out those blood red bells that 'are  supposed to indicate a fire, so that it could  show off tb the public the immense number  of students."  Wow! I hope our visitors weren't around  when two girls had a battle in the drive-m  parking lot. One could easily have had  the iinpression that the girls here aren't  lady like.,  On the night of September 28th, a  terrible mishap occurred to Elphie���it  rained! As our school is under much construction, as you might have gathered, we  4 X fty  A '*���<  HOSPITAL COnAGE  Any organisations previously using the  Hospital Cottage at Secheit, please contact  Mrs. Leola Hill, 885-2871 or Mrs. F. J.  Willis, 884-5346. Cottage is now under  exclusive control of Hospital Auxiliaries  Council. * ,  tm  ThEM?____ACTl_i012jt��  \\7$i%*u    i     r  ���*���  A  t    -  \  i  A   '^��������'*���������������v-'i����-a��-*������M-irM��WMMM��n��^  BUS TOUR TO BoC LIONS GAME  Sunday, October 8th  SPONSORED BY RECREATION COMMISSION  Cost of $7.50 includes bus fare from Secheit, ferry fare and entrance  to game.  FOR RESERVATION (TICKETS) CALL:  Phil Lawrence 885-9965 or 886-2901 Port Mellon, Red Addison  884-5370 or contact Bob Jan is, Fred Jorgenson 885-2027, Secheit.  ���tHf  a\,V 1  7\  i in     t \  * j( m  -\ ^  JU  Introduction  Prior to a tour of Canadian "Forest   and Training Co-ordinator Ray De-   was extremely well planned with 15  Products,   Port  Mellon   Pulp   Mill,    long.   Despite a very wet Saturday,    glides available and all department  visitors get.a briefing on the intric-    an estimated 200 peo{de:took,.advaa-r^^peiintendents.'On hand to welcome  acies of producing pulp from Main-   tage of the Open House tour which    visitors,  tenahce   Scheduler   Bud   Blatchford  g All    makes   of   Oiitboards,   Lawnmowers,  ^ Power Saws or Air Cooled Engines. Reason-      4S^^  S able winter rates, pick-up service. .�����_*^'Vr**s  I SMiTTY'S BOAT RENTALS   I  | AND MARINA  | GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-7711  ��x_yi*y/^L^/_r#//jt_^^  Nerve centre '  Chemist Dave Ganshorn explains to    Digester where the wood chips are Open House coincided with visit of  visiting students the function of the'   cooked under pressure at "Canadian' Centennial  Exchange  students  pic-  huge bank of electronic equipment    Forest Products, Port Mellon Mill,, tured here with their hosts,  which controls the Karriyr Continuous                                                 y ..               '  **4��ti56l��ft(*:��***-M-*��  EVINBUBE'S  f *fi|Jlfeit l reasonable price,  fflstwin Is a favorite motor (or fishermen who wanl to rflngo a little farther,  ���'and stay aliiiln idriRorrand como back*  n littlo Iflstcr. You'll llho tho way it  (rollj *l ��� snail's pace, and runs for  hourj on a tank of fuel. A favorite of  camper*, too. J8 hp that's so light ono  man can carry It. rastwln can.piano  .. ,���one .*dul|,,skl"'r..otl,Juiiiloi!��,-,��,a-A.����.  Son tho Fastwin IS and tho other  Evinrudetfor 10B7 tottny.  Trade in your old motor.  * Madeira Marina  Madeira Par*, B.C. - Ph. 883-2266  'A     .���.���'.!������    .        ' '.     ;  af Peninsula  otor Products  ���'"���.���"������-���. LTD,  ��� '  The public is invited to view the new 1968 Chevs, PontiacsfCamaros and G.M. Trucks now  on display on our lot and in the Show Rooms. '  ��Mai.asa*fc��aWl.a��w.Ja.  [>www*��M*riwrw*-wwwin��WTWT��*'*n��W'inn>in��w^  ! '  i We have only one leftover from 1967 i  ! A BEAUMONT SEDAN,  ; Reg.  Price $3,100      ' ^^iCfliC'100  !��� At tho low-low price of,      ;    ^Q /3"  i JUST THINK! BRAND NEW FOR THIS PRICE!   j  USED VEHICLES:  1966 VIVA 2 dr. do-liixo tedan. Only 12,000 pillos. 4 ipocd.  tram,, rodio, pood tiros, (Sparo uniuod), $-g *|j|jf  This l*,a rcalrtcal, w��i|495..;,���....,..NOW   '*'3,^iP  1965 CHEVELLE MAUPU SEDAN. Y-8 Stanford Tram, Radio,  flood rubber. tfllUlK.  Was $1950 ....:....;..'...,.���....,...'.;....���.NOW ONLY   ����^3  1964 G.M.C,  PICK-UP TRUCK.  Heavy duty iprlngi,  Equip.  ...montJlko-ntw--w|rfrt|irer'��pw^  Wat $1795 ..,..: ������;;��� :... now  , Sua your qullibrlicd Pontiac doolor  eniiKula Motor Products  (1957 Ltd.)  Scchclt, P.C.  Phono: 005-2111  FOR WEDDINGS - SHOWERS  AND ALL OCCASIONS  ��w>m  I  A FEW GIFT SUGGESTIONS  Chip fit Dip Dishes  Only 3.19 and 5.59  Early American Proscut Glass  TUMBLER SETS  Bowl Sets 5.59  Frog Vases  For Your Floral  Afirangomoriiti,. ,..,..,���,,....,.  1.49  4 QUART FIRE KING  m&��0mw"  BRING IN "YOUR". FILM  FOR PROCESSING AND  OET A NEW ONE FREE!  I    ��� ���.    ,     ^v_  "w ii.iiinw  mmmmm  mmmiymttmmmmmmmmd  .toWWf^isWi��*ifi*(��flMi��S-t.wm)  *4        t*        0  *  f  ����� ��* #  Tjf   ' #   *  ,  ������###..��  �� fl  f*4*-.ft*t#tt*#f,��tttftf��t-  *     I   *   *   #

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