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The Peninsula Times Nov 22, 1967

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Array ' '~ '       * a ' ' '     ~*     ~* ^ ^ ' ~ ��� ~        '  ^^                     a -a. ^^ Iff,',  r-^^W^  Victoria agrees . , .  - .f, -  a*'  :<")'  ezn|iiitg pans uppirraa  ~ ~Canadian-Micr o -Data-Wd.    j> IB2' U6flt ;l-2th- Ave   V*��^yftA'.;/?%��fy^'-*"  Deq./k3  Authorized as second doss  moif   by  th��   Post   Office'  Department, Ottawa.  BULK of last meeting-of Secheit Village paint'for the building.   Painting, will be,  Council  was   taken  up with, proposed carried, out as? a "joint project by members  rezoning of a the area  extending  approxi- of ��� the Lions and Kinsmen, clubs.   * . '  mately from the Forestry Department to  the 'Power Lines down Porpoise Bay Road  in order that permission might be granted  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (How0'Soun<f Jjb,J(%-vls Inlet), including Port,Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  ,Wifsan Creek, Selitia Park; Secheit, hjolfmotafojBoy,, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.  for construction of a machine shop with  living quarters above. ,   '  Following notice of intent to the planning  division of the Department of Municipal -  Affairs by council, the department .replied  with a prolonged discourse in civil service  wordage which, in effect, approved council's  proposals.  Various recommendations were included  in the reply among which was that one  residence only be considered and that it be  either above or behind the building but  attached to. It was also suggested that  certain types of industry should be avoided  and others carefully considered in relation  to objectionable odors, parking problems,  smoke, etc.  In order to speed up discussion on this  subject, Clerk Ted Raynor, suggested he  read through the list of industrial undertakings and council move accordingly,  striking out those not considered suitable.  Among those ruled out were brewery  and distilleries, transportation and trucking terminals, food manufacturing plants,  storage for wrecked cars and garage parking lots for motor vehicles.  The latter project created some argument when Comm. Morgan Thompson  questioned the Chairman's comment that  it should be out. "We already have one  man down,there with such an operation so  I can't see how we could bar others," he  said. Chairman Bill Swain argued that  there is not sufficient room in the area  involved anyway.  Further difference of opinion broke out  regarding an animal hospital and pound.  Comm. Thompson asked what would be  the situation should a veterinarian wish to  locate in the area with an animal hospital.  The Chairman said he was not concerned  and further he did not consider it to be  the right area for such an undertaking.  Comm. Adele de Lange said she understood  such a project, which would naturally include a dog pound, should be located three  miles beyond the village.  Comm. L. Hanson said he still did not  approve the previous ruling of a twenty-  five foot set back from the property line,  "this is a waste of space, particularly when  the property owner could, if he chose, erect  an,eight foot,'.fence..on_Ws....prpperty���.iine^V.  Comm. Thompson argued that this reasoning was ridiculous. "I can't see anyone  wishing to do that," he said.  The clerk explained that a great deal of  detail work together with preparation of  maps and plans will now be required and  he told commissioners he would have them  prepared by the next ^meeting in itbree  weeks time.  Council approved another building application, this time by Mr. T. Robilliard,  who plans-coin_llufetjd&* o�� a*' UQO sqf foot  home on Mermaid Stre^t4,,,wjthin the. village.  ���    * '. "���"'  Comm. Thompson reported that work  is progressing on the new public library  and that rather than provide the plumbing  from the old municipal hall as promised,  former commissioner, Joe Benner has  offered to donate a new set together with  Application for use of the village speaker  system by Mrs* W, McGregor for the local  branch of OAPO was rejected. It was'  explained that the, apparatus is designed  for.outside use-only -and',would not be  suitable for the intended' use.  * ^ "*  Christmas bake sale  planned by auxiliary  PLANS for' a Christmas bake sale and  r coffee sale and coffee party were discussed at the monthly meeting of the  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary held in  the library Monday, Nov. 13. -  This event had proved so successful last  year that some of the members felt it  should be carried on as an annual event;  tentative plans are therefore to hold' it  December 15th between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.  Peggy Marshall and Vina Beeman have  agreed to act as co-conveners.  A walking doll that had been presented  to the Auxiliary is to be dressed and given  as one of the door prizes. Report from the  Thrift Shop was given by Mrs. Muriel Tibb  and Council report by Mrs. Vina Beeman.  Meeting unanimously agreed to co-operate with the other auxiliaries in the proposed purchase of new equipment for the  hospital. Members were requested to turn  in any articles for the Thrift shop before  December ftth, which is the next date on  which Roberts Creek is to be in charge.  Mrs. Shields kindly invited the members  tp hold the, next meeting at her home; date  of meeting is Monday, Dec A 11th.  Panel discussion plans  for education meeting  SCHOOL Board Education Meeting will  hold another in the series of panel discussions on the topic "Why Children Fail  at School" at 7:30 p.m. Monday evening,  November 27, 1967, in the Elphinstone  Secondary School Library.  This meeting will be the second in a  series of discussions on the Public School  System. Panel "discussion will focus on the  following aspects of public school program ming;  7. _.���,.,,-,...���. ,.... ..,,,-  (1) The teacher-student relationship and  teaching methods;  (2) School building design and communication;  (3) Why students are working below  their ability and what can be done about  it;  (4) The' high school "Drop Out" problem.  Panel:   Mr. Frank Fuller, Director of  , AdUlt Education (discussion leader)*   Mr.  VtsV*;-}  v  Ail..:  4  '���*     .    I  Centennial fashions c     i��   I# T        -r.   .     ��       <  Celebrated personages at the Sedielt Captain Gordie Hail and Mrs. Don    oecheit leacnersltssn.  Hospital Auxiliary- Centennial-Smo& Hadden; seated, Mrs! Neil Campbell,    seeks Competitive wage  gasbord,  dressed in the  height-of Mrs.   Barrie  Redman,   Mr.   Barrie  fashion were none other than (ffcom Redman, Mrs. Jack Nelson and Mrs.  left): Mr. Neil Campbell, Mr. Mai- Gordon Hall,  colm Mactavish, Mr. Jack Nelson,  Boats herl  Situation is critical,  fisherman tells M L.A.  COMPLETE closure of herring fishing for  reduction purposes and the droppingxbf  the subsidy on dog fish have resulted in a  critical situation at Pender Harbour.  '     Speaking<at.last week's,meeting, of ffie  Pender Harbour iand District Chahiber'of  Commerce  which was  attended by Hem.  Isabel DawsoC Mr.. Ernie Leje dfcewattififc'  when a high price was paid for livers used  for extracting vitamins and tbe fish were  ment placed, a subsidy on"dogfish, which  was continued in-1966. Some boats in the  harbour had, participated in the program  and more boats were equipped "with ground  lines for this year's fishing, but the subsidy  was dropped and now the boats are idle  add" the dogfish are increasing. All. the  esraense and effort put into the program  w_fi*-lie .wasted* said ��� Me, . ,Lee,. who also  STATEMENT on the Status of Negotiations  by the Secheit   Teachers'   Association,  issued by Mr. Dave Smethurst, Chairman  of the Agreements Committee, states:  The Secheit Teachers' Association regrets'its 'inability yto ^negotiates a: riiutuaQy -  acceptable agreement for 1968. Percentages  like the third Teacher's proposal of 9 percent and the second Trustee offer of about  4 percent are thisleading when the salary  upon which they are worked is already  below the BaC. average and' far below the  salaries^" teachers in~"nSighbourihg: afe  tricts. 7 -      ��� -----   The Secheit Teachers' Association wants  our* district to have a competitive -salary  scale which will both retain our present  staff and recruit more good teachers to  continue offering a good education to our  children, y  Director nominations  required next Monday  NOMINATIONS for Directors to the Sunshine Coast Regional District close  Monday, November 27th, commencing 10  a.m. to 12 noon. Eight Directors are required and it is not yet known how many  of the present Board intend seeking reelection: Notice of Election is advertised  elsewhere in The Times.  Voting takes place Saturday, December  9th at the following locations. (First name  mentioned is D.R.O., second Poll Clerk):  Area A: Madeira Park School, Mr. W.  Scoular, Mrs. W. Scoular; Garden Bay  Hospital Clubhouse, Mr A Lloyd Davis;  Egmont School, Mrs. Dorothy Silby, Mrs.  F. Vaughan.  Area B: West Secheit School, Mrs. D.  SI Hayward, Mrs. M. Firth; Halfmoon Bay  Post Office, Mr. R. Wilkinson.  Area C: Davis Bay��� Whitaker Block,  Mrs. V. Franske,.Mrs. S.'Hobbs. ,  Area D: Roberts Creek School, Mrs. T.  S. Malldry, Mrs. C. Beman.  Area E:. Gibsons Elementary,.School,  Mr. Kurt Hoehne,"Mr. G. Richards.  Area F: Langdale. School,, .Mrs.. J.  Swann, Mrs. Watson; Granthams Community Hall, Mrs. G.'. Cresswell..  Breakwater opening  set for Friday 2M  ALL INTERESTED are reminded that  MP Coast Capilano, Jack Davis will be  taking part in tbe" official" opening .of "the"  recently completed Secheit Breakwater' at  Selma Park Friday, November 24th. at  4 p.m. This will be followed by a no-host  luncheon at Ole's Cove Resort and^ reservations for this had tb be in- by November  21st.      '    ��� .  SecheltCubs and Scouts  registration next week-  REGISTRATION of Secheit Scouts will  take .place at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,  November 28th in the Legion HaH. All  boys wishing to join " or present scouts  wishing "to continue, must be there with 'a  parent or parents. AH boys eleven years  and over are eligible.  Registration of Secheit dibs will take  place at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November  39th. The same conditions apply for"*cubs  its for scouts and boys between the age of  7-10 year's,are eligible. .-- -   M.L.A. keot her word  Schools  Guest Panelists: Mr. Mike Blaney, International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite  and Paper Mill Workers; Mr. W. S. Potter,  Principal Elphinstone Secondary School;  Mr. D, N. Skelton, Principal Pender Harbour Secondary School; Secondary School  Student (not yet named).  men.  Most fishermen could foresee the present depletion of herring, long ago and now  with the dogfish increasing, the situation  is extremely critical and could lead to the  extermination of herring and also the young  salmon supply, stated Mr. Lee.    ���;���'���<'  In 1965, continued Mr. Lee, the govern-  ��ntlpone  ���.V'f-a,    ��,fA"'  Used for reduction purposes  Supporting Lee's statements, Harold  Clay stated that fishermen were prepared  to ..form a deputation tp see what can be  done. Many of them are not the sort to  accept unemployment insurance; their  boats are equipped and they are. prepared  to work.: in the meantime, dogfish in the  harbour are reported so plentiful that at  times it has almost been possible to walk  on them.  Mr. Lee also, drew attention to the  closure on dog salmon; at one time between  REFERRING to recent statements in the  press, Hon. ��� IsabeV Dawson; .Minister  "Without Portfolio, reminded constituents of  the Mackenzie riding that she, .ijhade no  election promises but one and that vyas to  represent the riding; to the hesi of her  ability, and this she has done.  There have been frustrations, said Mrs.  Dawson,  who  was  guest  speaker  at the  people.. Mrs. Dawson also paid tribute to  Mir. John Dunlop who has worked so hard  for this project and, who (is presently  recuperating slowly from an operation.  ROADS V  .Paying of Mason, Nor'West Bay' and  Halfmoon Bay roads are a commitment not  a promise and the wqrk will be done, said  _,   .,     ���   ..... .........      , ,.,,.., the Minister.   ��� ���..,      Pender Harbour and District Chamber of        Chamber Director  Markle  Myers sug-  three to five thousand used-to be caught    Commerce meeting, one being development    ge_ted that certain corners on Highway 101  each fall; the closure has been in effect    of the Skookumchuck parksite but thw where serious accidents frequently' occur;  for nine years and there is still a decline    not been "-rough lack of effort. couia be easily straightened out; aridvMrs.  in the numbers going into streams. No one     ���> both Minister of Highways, Hon. P, A.    Dawson agreed to recommend this when  is, fishing them and they are still'diminish*    Gaglardi and Minister of Recreation, Hon.    the corners are listed,  ing, observed i Mr, Lee. W. K. Kiernan, are working on it and it  won't  be  too  long  before  the  Skookum*  chuck, Rapids  Prirk is, available  for  the  It was agreed to hold a further meeting  on the problem, this week.  Chamber speaker . . .  .LA. promotes  ���  u  says everyone  0UK1SIE&  IIS  i  M.P. Inaccurate,  CBC issues facts  NOVEMBER 1st Ifl.suo of tho Times carried  nn editorial In whl/ch wo quoted romorkw  made by M.P. Coant Capllnno, Jack Davis,  crltlcUInK expenditures of tho Canadian  lirondcnfiting Corporation,  Letter to tlio Tlmoa received last week  points to Uio Inaccuracy of tho'��� (Inures  quoted by Mr, DnviH nnd stntCHi  Your nnp'or of November 1, 1907, printed  montary Secretary to tho Prime Mlnlstor,  nn linvlntf unld that tito. CBC lind ��pont  $400,000 nnd'used m people to covoi: tho  roc-.nl. Confiorvntlvo Party Londorshlp Con*  vontlon In Toronto, Ho compared this with  tho CTV network which employed ono tenth  tho pcrwonncl,  Ponder Harbotfr is not often in tho   can hardly he blamed on the Prime  dark but it was for 2* hours last   Minister,, this time.  Also in picture  week when Minister without Portfolio/Mrs. Isabel Dawson was guest  speaker at tho Pender Harbour and  District Chamber of Commerce meeting, Gallant vice president, Mr. Al  Lloyd, holds the lantern for Mac-  -kon^lo-Rldingis-MLA-whUo-Prosldont  John Haddock explains, tho situation  are; Secretary Mrs, Jo. Benjafield  and Mrs, Haddock. The blackout  was caused by a most unfortunate  Incident at the Secheit Sub-station  WHEN travel promotion dollars go to  work, so do British Columbians���-so do  you; MLA nnd Minister Without Portfolio,  Hon, Isabel'Dawson,'told members of the  Ponder Harbour and; District Chamber of  Commerce?, speaking at tho dinner meeting  held at tho Ponder Harbour Hotel, Inst  week,  Tourism was Mrs. Dawson's mnln topic  when a jumper cable burnt off at its   and sho explained tho function of tho B.C  connecting point to a switching de  Government Depnrtnicnt of Travel Indus  try,���formcd,.lh,AprU.of-UUaiyoar.  :*(*l(sri/*.��nS)ftiri!fW��S*'  Hits taxpayers  Secheit Scnooi iiisinc  over tenches: entitlemen  SKCHKLT School District hns 20,3 tondiers  ovcr.ontltloniont, aecordlnR.lo tho onl*  culntlohfj of tho Department of Education,  TIiIh -moans ...that tlio local tnxpayor�� nro.  In actual fact,' CHO'u direct, contH for    entirely roHponslblo (or pnylnfi tholr Nnl*  tiWr-llvo-oonvonllon-*'o6voraHOT-on~EnflUBh.w��rlo8,^i.-^,^  tolovlHlon, French tolovlHlo'n, EdkIIhI. radio       At a recent education mooting of tho  and   French   rndlo   totalled   $40,600  NOT    school board, .Superintendent Gordon John-  'Aon Htatod Mint'lhlH" district hns oi-o or tho  IowckI, piipll-tonchor ratios In the province,  ment, '  Klphlnalono Secondnry School which hurt  five oxtrn teachers this yonr Is (J..V over  ontltlomont, , Other schools ,, ovor, -.are.  Ponrtor Harbour Secondary, 2,n; QUmoun  JSlcmcntary^, School, A2,0;���LanBdalo,-���l,();.  Madeira Park, l,5| Roberts Crook, 2.0 and  Secheit Elementary, 2.0.  Tho Provincial "Government Hota Its flrnht  formula In elomentary achoola at n. maxlt  KlKures  lMflued  by   Mr,  S.   P,   Lovers,    mum   of  3(1. students  por   lonelier.   R.C.  "Bui)oHhr6h(IonrW^ .sunfie.stod' thnt  .11400,000 nnd the"nunibor of people Involved  waH m NOT 480, It Ih worth noting ni��o  that tho 13njtllHh dlfilrlbutlon alono on tolo-  -convention - to--moro-than-05 ��� per cent-of--only'Rfl.t* ho bnsprt on a  Cnnndlnnn, , whoroan tho CTV network  covorw only Cnnnillnna llvlnR in U major  .ccnlroH, ^   ������;' ��� ;��� ������������ '  TIioho noiMirnto ffeiroH 1 hnvo quoted  nhovo hnvo boon broiiMht, lo tlio attention  of the Uohho of Commonn In n ruoont, Ihhuu  of llniifinrd, Mr, Dnvln, In IiIn original  cpioto, referred, to n ."Vancouver newHpnpor  columnist ��a lho source of Jils.flaui'ca..  .Stuff of tho School District nro within  flntll.lcn.cnt, Breakdown 'showed thnt tho  District stnff which" Includes tho District  ���Superintendent,��� HupervlHor of Rlotnontary  GradoH, S|)oclnl Coun.sollor. Adult Kducn*  tion Director, Dlntrlct Librarian, MuhIo  Kuporvl-for, two ���-TrnvelllnK...Librarian*.,  Travelling 'MuhIo Toucher, .and. threo Hem*  edlnl Itondlnn Teachers, la a.8 oyur ontltlo*  maximum of 25 por tonchor In primary and  no per tonchcr In tntenncdlnte Rrn-lfs,  In Secondary schools tho n.C,T,F,M\R*  KohIn 20 Htudont.f per tonchor In kcIiooIn up  to !W0 fltudonls nnd 22 students por tonchor  In hcI.ooIh onrolllnn moro than 500 atudenta.  Department of Kducntion approve*! a ��oo*  ondnry. ncUool ratio of 30 tdudenu per  teacher. '  GRANTS  Undor tlio contributing firahts plnn, a  fund of $175,000 Ih not aside annually to  holp tho nine provincial tourist regions  promote themselves annually.  Tho Sunshine Const Iteglon conies under  tho Greater Vnncoiiver and, Eraser Vnlloy  Region which Is ������eligible for *fr>4,400. For  every dollar raised' rrom the region tho  Provincial Government ���contributes- $1.50,  Tho Fraser Valley raises 22 percent of tho  Region's share; Sunshine Const zy* percent  nnd the Greater Vancouver nren n,nkos up  tho bnlnnco,  Mrs, Dnwson commented thnt she was  pleased to note that the Sunshine Coast  Tourist Association Imn ovor tho last four  yours, mot lis annual commitment and this  ~" cd ��� o po r a 11 vo" sp I r 11 sho vi id * bo ~ h I jpf hi y ~ c ftrt^'"  mended. ��     ,  Everyone benefits' from the tourist in*,  dustry,' stated MncKonzlo, Hiding's MLA,  not Just the motel and hotel operator, servico -stfttiQn,-.4!tCa.~ No~ business .Is..growing-  llko tourism but It Is tho world's most  competitive Industry and ovor a billion  dollars Is spent by other places to keep  travellers away from Hrltlsh Columbia,  In lho past, British Columbians have  boon complacent about tourism but aro now  beginning to organize themselves In pro*  moling the province.  REVENUE    ......  Quoting from tho Dept, of Travel In  dustry pamphlet, "Mere's Proof,1' Mrs,  Dawson drew attention to. the \%7 Vesti*  mated tourist revenue of $280 million which  provided a bonus of employment Incomo to  British Columbians,  Tourist, business will soon hold second1  position In British Columbia's economy,  stated Mrs. Dawson who expressed the  wish that the people of tho Sunshine Coast,  which Includes tho Peninsula and Powell  IUvor, will,realize' the tremendous poton*  ttQrtyMph"ls'th'orovftnh'ra  Promotion does--pay off said Mrs, Dnwson  who hopes thnt everyone will support tho  local Sunshine Const Tourist Association,  and wlll herself do her part In working for  those commodities necessary to help the  aroa progress.  ��    >  ���:!���!'-  71  1  I      ~     I  ���*      M  \  l      ���/  17  Gibsons Athletic Club  to open Sports Centre  GIBSONS Athletic Club wasted no timo  onco thoy were granted permission to  uso the old Gibsons Village Office building  as a sports club centre. Enthusiastic members quickly got to work with brushes and  paint ond a good Job of renovation has boon  ^cqrrjed^  Mr, Terry Connor told Tho Times this  week official opening Is slated for it a,m,  Snturday, November 25th and parents and  other Interested people are cordially In*  yltod. _ __ __ ,_ __t  Already a ping-pong tabic.and checker  bonrd have boon donated and pledges of  2.*>o monthly havo been made by ninety  Port Mellon personnel .so..far, This.Is the  moans by which It Is hoped to finance tho  undertaking .and a similar campaign Is  planned for Gibsons.  Apart from gamoh to occupy tho young,  stors, It Is planned to give Instruction in  various sporting activities.  FERRIES  Langdale ferry terminal' improvements  will cost almost one million dollars, when  completed and will overcome parking  problems. In reply to a query ' by \Peter  Benjafield Mrs. Dawson stated as far'as  she knows there |s no truth in the rumour  that when the renovated Sunshine Queen  is placed on, tho Horseshoe Bay-Langdalo  run, there will only be a two-hour service  during the summer; "and auxiliary, vessels  will,continue,to operate,    ,       ,;. , ,.:,,a y  Mr/ Myers asked why so much 'rtioney ���  was being'spent on the Earls Cove terminal Improvements. The Minister replied  that she could not give the <iomplete answer but the Iriiprovombnts are part of "tho'!  overall development of improved forry  services and It was eventually, hoped ito  have a double run operating from there.  Tides at, Earls Cove aro afifectlng the ferry  slip expense and it had been necessary to  make two drillings before water was found  f6r toilet facilities,  Regarding student travel on the ferries,'  Myers^pqlMcO  cost of transporting students was paid to  the B.C. Ferry Authority. Mrs. Dawson re-.,.  piled that she had pointed out the unique  situation of students In Mackenzie riding,  and a meeting had been arranged with the  Minister but there seemed to be confusion  between tho Powell River and Seehelt  School Boards and tho meeting had been  cancelled, "It is hard to set up a meeting  again," said Mrs. Dawson who also requested figures, such,as those quoted by  Mr, Myers.  HARDSHIP  Harold C|ay drew the Minister's attention to the hardship created In tho tourist,  business by having to pay what amounts  to Wi tlrtics the normal rate of pay to  employees working on a statutory holiday,  ���* whi ch-1 s - n" nor nl nl "world ng'*"d ay " in*"thr~  tourist Industry. Mrs. Dawson replied that  others had complained ot this and to rog.  iNter complaints In writing assoon as possible.  "A  >   *  A  i  a   <,  CHRISTMAS SIAIS FIGHT TI  & OTHER RESPIRATORY DISEASES  *!(�������        I    ��     *   It)  . ,l|,  , A  i- A}  >X  7 A  ��� t  wr  I   .  I   '  t.     I  .��..', - -vsYy ^��.*wv-  I 4  .-..-���= .*V"i-t. vVv-ss-, ^w^-%K*y^?^y^^^ c ���* *'i ��'^a^^>v*^H^*��^J��*<*'*^-'  ,4 \ ^-*W^jW4*V^^��--ii__f*  �����_&�� ..TfceJteniinuIn Times, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967  laMfc^a^,..... fa. ,. i ��� ��� .    i     ,7  ���  ���    ��� ���      i ��� 11 - i       f  if ���       I [- ��� ���    '  ���>i.  A  f  I  '������}  i  f  '������nu., m  ��5   7'~'*.  REAL  ESTATE  (continued)    REAl. .&TAT5 (Continued)  ������   If  ���" .-**-*! A.I  Published Wednesdays by the  a The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  1    at Secheit, B.C.  FOUND  SMALL   black   female   kitten.  Please    claim    by    phoning  Mrs. G. Prost. 885-9657 eves.  1154-51  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  September 30, 1967  Gross Circulation 1099  Paid Circulation 1764  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion   50c  three   Insertions       $1 00  Hxtra lines (5 words) 10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers -��� a 10c extra  ' 25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader  advertising 25c  per count line,  bisolay   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  A Subscription Rotes���  By mail,.Peninsula area -.$5.00 yr.  yBy mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens -���/_ price  By carrier . :  50c month  ENGAGEMENTS  MR. AND MRS. Frank S.'  Yates of Selma Park, announce the engagement "of their  daughter Linda" Joan to Graham William Michael. Allen of  10, Hillyfields, DuhStable, Bedfordshire,  England. 1155-51  WORK WANTED  HANDYMAN,    cabinet   maker,  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  Ph. 886-9902. 7B6-tfn  HOUSE painting and decorating. Professional work done  promptly. Dick Blakeman. Ph.  886-2381, Henry Rd., RR 1,  Gibsons. 767-tfn  BABYSITTER for workihg parents, or part tirhe sitting by  week or day in my own home  on Mermaid.St., Secheit, Phone  885-2893. 1132-52  CLOTHING   rfcpsiir   shop.   All  kinds sewihg, etc. Phone 883-  2678. i5l2-51  SEWING, dressmaking or patching;  Gatl  Sandi  joe;  885-  9509. ;   - 1162-51  HELP WANTED  OBITUARY  WATSON���Nov. 15, 1967, Ethel  . Mary Watson in her sixty-  fourth year of Ocean Beach Esplanade^ Gibsons, B.C. Survived by her loving husband,  Charles, two sons, Ken pf Gib-  - sons ,and Bert of Vancouver..,;  Two brothers, Bert and Gordon  of Manitoba; two 'sisters, Mrs.  Hazel Robertson, Salmon Arm  and Miss Hilda "Reilly of Brandon, Manitoba. Five grandchildren. Funeral service was held  Saturday, November 18*-from  Harron Bros., 55 East lOth Avenue, Vancouver. Rev. H. Irwin officiated. Interment Valley View Cemetery. Harvey  Funeral  Home  Directors.  x 1167-51  _ HERRIN-4*ovember~ 15,-1967;  Elsie Victoria Herrin of Gibsons, B.C.,vaged^.47^,Suryjyed  by her loving "husband- David;  two sons, tearaes^^f-'Glbsotts^  Kenneth at home. Two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Wheeler,  Hopkins Landing, Mrs." Berne  Valente 'of' Squamish, B.C.  Three grandsons, two granddaughters. Two sisters, Mrs.  Isabel Macpherson, Vancouver,  Mrs. Gladys Tbiretful of Rev-  elstoke, and her mother Mrs.  Hilda Larson, Vancouver. Fun**  eral service was held Friday,  November 17 from the Family  Chapel of the Harvey Funeral  Home^ Gibsons, B.C. Rev. H.  Kelly officiated. Interment Ocean , View Cemetery, Burnaby.  In lieu of flowers, donations to  St.   Mary's   Hospital,   Secheit.  1168-51  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phonfc Mrs. Ndida Wilson  ,$85-9*46 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B.C.  ���  875-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  Roberts Creek  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck. 32c Bunch  ^,^,v5JaJal 30c Bunch,,   ;w  Contact  plant  before   picking.  Located, at Roberts Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633   ���'*���-.-������ y '������ ^29-tfn  FOR RENT  PERSONAL  FLOWERS   for   all   occasions.  Gllker's   Flower   &   Garden  Shop, phone 886-2463 or Secheit  885-9455. 824*tfn  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims and  ,Adustment8, contact. Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons, Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425. ,      489-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box 294, Scchclt, B.C.  Phono  886-9876. 969-tfn  YOUR  j Avon    representative,  Mrs,; E. McKlnnon, 885*2100.  ���vi. A   '. . 1141*52  wii^4fi��i^*^'.*ft^**W'4*����Brfwe!'>-i  TUTORING7- English, Maths,  Biology,    Reasonable    rates,  n<rBJm^A99.m^&J^Ayim)..^  880-77W* 773*51  GOOD -second hand toys wanted  for Hospital Auxiliaries Thrift  Shop.   885*2117. 979-52  ''   '        ���     -"" """' ��>mm4m,.,��.ii>04iii>4*.im.4mm.~tmml,m,m,���,Tmmm,*m  MSSILAND FLORIST  & GIFT SHOP  Specializing in Funeral Designs  ** Wedding Arrangements  $86-9345  Gibsons  728-lfn  mills:  MOBILE home park, nicely  landscaped, blacktop driveway and patio. Ideal site for  retirement. $30 per month. Big  Maple-Motel and Mobile Honre  Park.  Phone 885-9513.     652-tfn  i tj,  . r. ' ���      ���  WINTER RATES���Fully fffr-  . nished cottages ��� * $65- -, month *  plus utilities, also weekly .and  nightly rates. Also available-  Full trailer hook-ups. 885-9565  Mission  Point  Motel.      853:tfn  HALL for  rent.  Wilson  Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Glen Phillips. 885-2183. 1095-tfn  SMALL furnished house in Secheit. Nc children. H. B. Gor-,  don  &  kennett   Ltd.   Secheit;  B.C. Ph. 885-2013 or 885-9512.    .  1108-tfn  MODERN one bedroom suije,  combination kitchen living  room. Stove and fridge. Elipc*  trie heat. Phone 88*5-9333 after  5 p.m. '   975-tfn  SMALL ( furnishfed house in Secheit, no children. Also modern one bedroom^ prefer toi  iease.' I'a-w rent, no children.  H. h. Gordon ft Kennett Lifl.  Seehelt, BiC. 8P5-2013 or 885-  0512. ' ,1124-tfn  4 ROOM furnished house, $50.  4  miles froni  Gibsons.  886*  2983. , 775*51,  GENT'S    housekeeping    room,  ,,  clean,    warm,    private    en*  trance. Towelii and linen supplied. Selma Park. 885-9535.  .       1138*tfn  TO  responsible   persons   only-  furnished     modern     beach  home at, Selma Park.   Phone  885-9003 eves. 1137*51  $70   RENT   in   advance   for  nipdeni 2 bedroom homo in  Gunboat Bay. phone 883-2073 ���  -*"������^'���"���������������������'���"���������������������llliii-p-Hi- ���"���**" ���������I���   -li ���������������I ���! ������im i Mini  - ONE .-bedroom�� furnished,-suite,  in Gibsons, waterfront view-  available  Dec.   1st.   Tel.   112*  2638161 eves, or write Box 1145,  peninsula Times,  Secheit.  1145-1   i" ;" -��� ����� * ���"'*���������-**���������������  TWO  bedroom,  furnished,  all-  electric   "pro-fnb   house   on  bench at'Davis Bay, $80., Av-  available'Dec.i. 880*7480,  , 'AV, <>' "���-" 981-51  TWO bedroom cottage at Halfmoon Bay. Phono 885*9964 after fl p.m. 1165*1  5 ACRES undeveloped property  * inside <   village    boundaries.'  $2,500. Box 381, Secheit B.C.:  565-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Secheit���highway lb-  cation, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  1    OFFICE PHONES  886-2166 and 886-2248  SECHELT���40 acres view land  when cleared, with comfortable  2 bedroom house. GOod water  and ready access. Short dist-  ���anle to village centre. $15,000.  REDROOFFS���3 bdrm home in  pleasant location oh B.T. road.  300' to good beach. Only $10,500  ���cash $6;000 with 5% mortgage on rest -at $50 month.  RED.ttOO^fe'S���S- cottages, 600x  56bss9. ft., i and 2;bdrm., good  wat&rysupply, partly furbished;  semi waterfront. Rocfebluff setting. $15,000. Half cash*  GIBSONS���A wide choice of location is available with smaller  homes priced to $7,500.  GIBSONS���Good revenue properties yield 12V4% and better  in Gibsons. See us for prices  and terms.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ���  right now, at a price that cannot be held this low for long.  E. McMynn 886-2500  DoWortman 886-2393  J. Warn 886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  1161-51  YOUR PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT LOT  IS NOW READY!  For you to_.jenjoy weekends,  summer, or all year. It's level  with easy access off paved  road, nicely treed, on excellent  water system, located in a  -sheltered bay in the heart ^f  fabulous Pender Harbour. Area  offers scenic boating and exciting year-round fishing. A dream  that money can buy! Act now  ���call Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay   at  886,9900.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons Burquitlam  1088-47  GIBSONS: Delightfully neat,  one bedroom home on large  lot. JPatio. in front. Attractively  priced at only $5250..  GIBSONS: Immaculate 3 bedroom home on "large view lot,  RE:   Estate of LESTER FAR-   :^SL$1?;Ue100QvSS- i^JS -  ttAiT'^frrr   Patieht    -~   >   bestos ,Ules��* 9x9,  10c ,each;  RAR SCOTT,  Patient,    ,, ;12xi2, 15c each; ��x9 cork tiles,  This office  is   administering l^c'eachy Remnants, Inlaid, 220  the affairs of~the^above-men=Ayards. Exterior paint or matte'  tioned  person and  accordingly - -finish $3.95,-reg. $9.95. 'Shfclce *  we offer for "sale the following    paint, $3.95,  reg.  $7.95.  Inter-  property:��� ' ior paint, $3.00 and $4.95, per  Lot 4, Block 9, District Lots    gallon-   La^e ' sto^ <of   '^efl  FOR SALE (Continued)     ^   LEGAL NOTICE (Continued)  LEGAL (Continued)  -r   ' ".      * ?   ���*        ^ i  "   '*'._!   1   I     ""   '  \' A" *" ���^i-   *"* >444*<i**0*40l+**rmrimmi+ ������  - ��  SUNSHINE/,cftAST REGIONAL  LEGAL  NOTICES  (Cont^)  BY-LAW^NQ. 9-  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  The Pender ftarbouf1 -'Garbage  Disposal' SpeciaK Service Area  By-law, fi967-  y , -H rv  Fc>rm N6. 18"  (Section, 82),  LAND ACT  303 & V Group i, New West- ^^J^L^'L "JC'* Nittee'jrrf Intention to? Apply td   %��� SSr>--'��^:* ^.to    ^0^ce o^ntention to AMy to  ms���c^->   ni��wri   Plan  -was   -'$19*95 and up. 1965 9V&_ Jobn- i t��--,0-.t-��j establish  a-special   service Lease Land  ^inster   District    Plan  74^ ^ g     outboar(3  like^new  $195.00,  being on Porpoise Bay Rf,( , Beniiel*   Bros. " FurmturS   and  Sehelt,  B.C  1967 Taxes (gross)      $ 106.93  1967  Assessments  Land        $1,155.00  Improvements    $1,645.00  This property will be open  for inspection on Thursday,'  November 23, 1967, from the  hours of 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.1  Persons are invited to submit'  offers in cash or on terms for  purchase of this property to the  undersigned not later tlian  Thursday, November 30, 1967.  Sale shall be after inspection  and no representations are  made with respect to the condition of or title to the property.  Neither the highest bid nor any  bid will necessarily be accepted, and no bid under $4,40&00  will be considered.  DENNIS % SHEPPARb,  Public Trustee, ,g",  635 6urrafd Street,  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.,  Phone  (884-6311.  1147-51  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  WORKING rights of register^  oyster  lease  in  Jervis  Inlet  area, available. Write Box 1109  c-o The times, Secheit, B.C.  U09-&  LIVESTOCK  HAVE very good herd of Char-  olais    cross    hereford    cows  with calves; also cows down to  calf.   Phone 883-2430.        1504-47  FOR    sale,    sows   coming   in  litter,    also    weiner    hogs.  Phone 883-2430! 1503-47"  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS     Building     Supplies  Ltd.   886-2642,   Gibsons,   B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed  concrete.  Serving the area for 20 years.  90-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  SECOND    hand    table    tennis  table in good condition. Ph.  885-2168: m%*fl  PRACTICE, piano wanted.  Write 'Box* 1129, Peninsula  coBW^S^Son7extea room - Times,. Secheltr. B.C. 1152-1  ��� in basfeihent; -lovely panelled  living room has fireplace, A-  oil heat. Low down payment on,  $i5;66o.  GOWER POINT: Small cottage, spotlessly clean, living  area panelled in teak, suit  young mairrieds or retired couple, excellent water, $4,000 full  '.������price,- ���'���'��� "������' "'A ���"���"  GOWER POINT: On the water*  front, 150' frontage, attractive  6 room house, 3 large bedrooms, family size kitchen wired for electric range, etc,  Bright living room opens to  deck with sliding doors, as does  the family room. Part basement has A-bil furnace. Attractive terms on $16,000.  CARS and TRUCKS  FOR SALE���1952 ex-army jeep.  Good condition. New synthetic top. P'lone 884-5367.    1114-51  1956 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. sedan,  std.' shift,   radio,   etc.   $175.  Phone 883-2351. 1136-52  1966   G.M.C.   pick-up,   2   tone,  new tires,  first class  condition. $1,850.   Phone 883-2243.   V  1140-52  '54   FORD   sedan.  886-9612.  Best offer,  978-52  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  ;- t   124-14  >^IIIIW|W *-l- I" -������    ���IIHIMI.-..l��ll..l..->  RUBBER stamps of aildes-  > criptions may be obtained  .'at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on "all orders.  __.... .,-.<-,....._i.., -.,,-.,.������_.. _,_.,_. i     ,i     .1,    ,   _.  PENINSULA Woodworking is  now offering a full millwork  service to homeowners and  bidders. Sash, frame, cabinet  work; arborite, etc. Complete  building service with 3 variety  of plans available. Located ,on  Oldershaw Rd. and Sunshine  Coast lliway. Phone 886-2966  days, 8CG-2077 nights. Manufacturers f6r Porta Fab Leasales  Ltd. Naaaimo, B.C. 774i51  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  88S3330, Secheit, B.C.  ���    -  8893-tfn  BEATTY washing madupeVlike  new, .$75; cement tubs and  fittings, perfect condition, $25;  Easy washing machine with  spin dry, $20. All three combined for $100.  Phone 885-9535.  1134-tfn  OAK  strip   flooring,   used,   5c  lineal foot. 885-2046.      1117-51  USED, fridge (McClary) $39.95.  6 used washers $14.95 to  $49.95; Roast oven (Westinghouse) $14.95; used vacuum  cleaners $15.95. Parker's Hardware, 885-2171, Secheit, B.C.  ���tj 1176-51  WE suggest for Christmas���  ^br Mom, electric -appliances;* *:>Timex watch. For Pa,  tools or fishing tackle. For Sis,  radios, Ingram watches. For  son; 'tackle, hunting, knife.ypel- 7  let gun or ? You have's cliance  to get free a $35 dresser set.  Come and ask about it. Earles  in Gibsons, 886-9600. 1166-51  HOOVER    upright   convertible  model.- Almost new, $35. Ph.  88^-9787. 1164-1  GOOD    used    davenport    with  matching   rocker   chair.   Excellent  for  rumpus  room,  $95  or best. Offer. Phone 886-2659.  1153-51  LAZY BOY easy chair, $50; 23v'  Fleetwood TV, $95; table  model electric sewing machine  it Jong bobin), $25; tri-light floor  lahip, $7; ill in excellent con-  ditjpm  Phone 885-2035.    1151*51 >���  2' WHITE   uniforms   for   any  use.    Almost   new.    Used  3  weeks.   Phone  885-2893.  ?' 1133-52  GOOD   local  Ladner   hay   for  sale, $1  per  bale delivered.  PhOhe 946-6568. 9046-tfn  ���.'���Ml  .  '   .   ,   V.i.  BICYCLES, new and used, all  r makes.    Parts   and   repairs.  'gall 886-2123. 771-tfn  FOR LETTERHEADS, envel-  "opes, 'statements, Invoices  pd   all. commercial   printing,  K. BUTLER REALTY  :,.&; INSURANCE  Gitfsons;-'tilt: - 886^000  UNDERWRITING LIFE  '���'.* ' AND MORTGAGE'  INSURANCE  Representing  MONTREAL LIFE  INSURANCE CO.  CLOSING out Vancouver car  lot; 27 cars���$35,000���easy financing arrangeih[eht made.  1962 Cadillac $1,295; '57 Dodge  2 dr, IfT, V8, $225; '55 Ford  sedan, V8, $175. VVHl pay cash  for any car or truck. L, Kelly,  883-2502,' 11(53-52  .     ���           --'''���-    -���������-���-      |.i    ���   - '  ���  ���-      | _      t  DRIVE the hotte'st car In town  ���1966 Ford 7 litre, 2 dr, hard  top, 427 cu, inch, 4 on floor,  bucket seats, power steering,  power disc brakes, radio, low  mileage, $3250. Will take suitable trade. 886*2470,       ���   982*51,  1160 51    BOATS & ENGINES  THE SUN SHINES  ON  WEST SECHELT: Cut stone  fence features this landscaped  100' Waterfront property. A  largo family, home guards tho  view of Trail and Vancouvor  Islands, 15x24 living room with  fireplace, 3 big, big bedrooms  plus 4lh In basement. Hugo kit*  cl>cn and dinette, 16x42 finished rec'room, baHcment garage,  This is a rcial homey family  houie, Just $25,000, mostly  , cash.  RETiREMENT COTTAGE on  largo fenced garden lot. $0,350.  VILLAGE;"$3,300, 3 room cot*  tago, as ound the corner from  flhopplng,       i ���  '  2 BEDROOM retirement homo  on small lot,   Vlcw-vlcw-vlew,  F.P. $6,��K)k  BOAT moorage In yoar*round  protected   bay,   75'  of  ��andy  BOOM boat for sale, with brnnd  new 33 hp Johnnon, $1300, Ph,  683*2298 or write J./ Bosch, Egmont, B.C. 1110*51  BRACHCOMBING Iwat, 25fL x  9'0H hull,   Cash $250.   Brurn-  mell, Roborts Creek,      1140*51  intact the TiWes office at Se  chelt or plione 885-9654.  . k<; '^^.-iScirden''Supplies  Evergreens, Flowering Shrubs,  Ptatt Trees, Bulbs, Seeds,  Fertilizers,   Peat   Moss,   Etc.  Fruit and Vegetables  Always available at low prices.  Feed for Every Need  Including   Dogs,   Pigeons   and  Cage Birds.  VYtNGAERT ENTERPRISES  '^Gibsons 886-9340  7-11   . "���'. ,   t "1139-52  XfGAL NOTICES  FOR SALE  SPECIAL for sale. Largo Easy-  Rpad     Typewriter.     Almost  now, Cost ovor $300, Now $l?5.  Phono 885*9054. 1017-tfn  USED power sawfl for sale, All ���  makes and sizes, Chain Saw  Centre, Scchclt, 885*9026.,  ,8066-tfn  i" Form No. 18  'Section 82)  Lease Land  '<    *��� - i  In- Land  Recording  District  of'Vancouver, B.C., and situate  in Secret Cove, B.C.  Tpke notice that J. Book of  Vancouver, B.C., occupation  salesman ihtends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 495 ��t. east of NE corner of  lot 4661 thence 99 ft. east;  thence 660 ft. south; thence 99  ft. west; thence 660 ft. north to  point of commencement and  containing 1.5 acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer  campsite.  J. E. BOOK  Dstted November 4, 1967.  1130���Pub. Nov. 15, 22, 29, D. 6  NOTICE  Application has been filed with  the Mot^r Carrier Branch Of  Uie Public Utilities Commission  for a change in Express Tariff,  with <ah effective date of December 15, 1967.  CopiesOf the proposed changes  will be. on file at the main office of the Company at Secheit  ���and at the express offices at  Vancouver, Gibsons, Madeira  Park and Powell River.  .This application is . subject to  the consent of the Public Utilities Commission and any objections may be filed with tiie  Superintendent of Motor Carriers, Public. Utilities Commission, 1740 West Georgia Street,  Vancouver, B.C. on or before  December 5, 1967.  SECHELT MtfTOR  TRANSPORT LTD.  1158���Pub. Nov. 22, 1967  THE CORPORATION OF THE  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  LANDING   ���������    BY-LAW No: 186 ;       A By-law to authorize the submission of a question to the electors of the Village Municipality at the time of the 1967 annual elections.  WHEREAS.it is pjx>Y"ied that  a Council may, at the time of  the annual elections, obtain the  opinion of the electors upon  any, ..question, which affects, the  municipality and with which  th'e Council has power to "deal;  AND WHEREAS it is deemed desirable to obtairj the opinion of the electors on changing the name of the Village  from "The Corporation of the  Village of Gibsons Landing",  to "Village of Gibsons".  NOW THEREFORE the Mun-  cipal Council of The Corporation of the Village of Gibsohs  Landing, in open meeting assembled, hereby authorizes the  submission of the following  question to the electors of the  Village at the time of the annual elections in December,  , 1967:<   ., .;.  "Are you in favour of changing (the name of the Village tb  "Village of Gibsons"?  ThlsBylavv, may bo cited for  all purposes as the "Village  Name Change , Referendum,  1967".";";"'"' ���'���'���":';<7'; ""'"���  Read a first timo this 24th  day of October, 1967,  Read a second timo this k4th  day of October, 1967,  Read a third tinie this 24th  day of October, 1967.  Reconsidered and adopted  this 21st day of November, 1907.  ' '  ��� WW B, Hodgson  Chairman  D, Johnston  Municipal Clerk  Certified a true copy ofltof*  erondum By-law No. 180.  D, Johnston  establish ��� a - special - "service  area for. tl^e, purpose of initiating a. garbage collection  and disposal service.  2. The area forms ipart of and  is entirely within, 4he boundaries of Electoral Area "A'J.  3. The Bylaw will authorize  the Regional District to provide a gStfb&ge collection  service and recover ,the cosj:  from Jand and improvements  benefitting from the service.  4. The assent of the owner-  electors iri that area of Electoral Area "A" to ���be covered by the service shall be  determined before the adoption of the bylaw.  Take notice that the above  is a synopsis of'a bylaw that  may be inspected at the Regional District Office, Whittaker  Block, Davis Bay during normal office hours; at Secheit  Police Office, and on- polling  day, at all relevant polling  stations.  This synopsis is not intended  to be, and is not deemed to be  an interpretation of the byaw.  CHARLES F.  GOODING,  Secretary.  Take notice that the above  is a synopsis of a proposed Bylaw upon which the vote bf the  Owner-Electors, in that area of  Electoral Area ''A"' to -fie covered by the service, vfiU be  taken at Madeira^ Park School  and the Hospital Clubhouse,  Garden Bay on the ninth day  of December^ 19*67 between the  hours Of eight o*clock: in the  forenoon and eight o'clock in  the afternoon and that I,  Charles F. Gooding have been,  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate North  Lake (Secheit Peninsula).  ' ,  Take notice that Sylvia Eleanor Hansen of 1277 Willing-  don" Ave., Burnaby 2, B.C., occupation housewife intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 400' E. bf Lot L6782 on shore-  line; thence 300' N,; thence  100* E.; thence S. to shoreline;  thence W. on shoreline to point  of commencement and containing % acres, more or less, for  the purpose of summer home.  SYLVIA ELEANOR  HANSEN  ''���        A'"      . '   ' .\: .  Dated Nov. 'lp/1967.  1157���Pub. Nov. 22, 29, D. 6; 13  Fohn No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate North  Lake   (Secheit Peninsula).  Take notice that Harold Herbert Hansen of 1277 Wlllingdon  Ave., Burnaby 2, B.C., occupation fireman intends . fo apply  for, a lease of the following  described lands: r  Commencing at a post planted 80" E. of Lot U6782 on  shoreline;     thence    300'    N.;  appointed Returning .Officer for.   thehce   100'   E.;_ thence  S.  to  iii-  yyi2iji y;��-iii.-^i. i_j  _:.     shoreline; thehce W. on shore-  tne purpose'-"ot taking and recording the vote ol the electors.  Dated at Davis Bay this 15th  day of November, 1967.  CHARLES F.  GOODING,  .,--.. .,_-���:,... - .,7ix..,X.i..i ,--^*-..^-Secretary- .,.  1148^-Pub. Nov. 22, 1967  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  DISTRICT  BY-LAty NO.   11  The West Howe Sound Garbage  Disposal Service Area By-Law  1967 ��� '  1.- Bylaw JNo.."ii is a Bylaw to  establish a special service  area for the purpose of initiating a garbage collection  arid disposal service.  2. The area forms part of and  is entirely within the boundaries of Electoral Areas  "D,* "E" and "F".  3. The Bylaw will authorize  the Regional District to provide a garbage collection  service and recover the cost  from lahd and improvements  benefitting frdm the service;  4. The assent of the Owner*  electors in that ares of-  Electoral Areas "ri", "E"  and''F", to be covered by the  service shall be determined  before  the adoption of the  , bylaw.- 7.,7.77"X'.77}'"\77  Take notice vtHat tiie above  is a synopsis lot^, a bylaw that  ,, may be insjiected at the Reg*  ional District Office, Whittaker  Block, Dftvis !Bay durlnfij normal office hours; at Gibsons  Landing Police Office, and on  polling day, at all relevant polU  irig station?.  This synopsis Is hot intended  line tb point of commencement  and containing % acres, more  6r less, for the purpose of summer home.  HAROLD HERBERT  "^"~'V- ': x''ji ���^-'���^������hanSen^-  Dated Nov. 10, 1967.  1156���Pub; Nov. 22, 29, D. 6, 13  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  DISTRICT  BY-LAW NO.  10-  The Secheit Garbage Disposal  Special   Service   Area   By-law  ...;*���..-v* ,.*,   ,..,..1967!S^\.       ���-��� t- '  1. Bylaw No.-10 is a Bylaw to  establish a Special Service  Area for the purpose of initiating a garbage collection  and disposal service.  2. The area forms part of and  is entirely within the boundaries of Electoral Areas "B"  and "C'V  3. The JBylaw will authorize  the Regional District tp pro*  - vide a garbage collection  service and recover the cost  from land and Improvements  benefitting from the service.  4. The assent of the Owner-  electors in that area of Electoral Areas ^B" and ';C" to  be covered: by theV service  shall be determined before  the adoption of the bylaw-  Take notice that the above  is a synopsis of a bylaw that  may be Inspected at the Regional District Office, Whittaker  Block, Davis Bay during normal office hours; at Secholt  .Polite Office, and on polling  day. at all relevant > polling  stations,  This synopsis Is not Intended,  to be, and is not deemed to be,   to bo, and is not dcejnpd to bo  an interprctatipn of the bylaw,    an interpretation of the bylaw,  SILVER Skagit Shake & Shingle. Local sales: P>ono 880-  9097 or 880*2097. 406-tfn  LAND ACT  Notice 0! Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In  Land   Recording 'District,  of Vancouver and situate Secret Cove, B.C.  Take�� .K)tlco   tliat. Peninsula' .of. the municipality , and .upon  Hotel,Ltd of Box 374, Gibsons,    which'quostlon tho vote of tho  NOTICE  Take notice 'that tho a)>oyo Is  a truo copy of By-law No, 18.6  authorizing tho submission oi  ti��o question therein set forth  for tho opinion of tlio electors  CHARLES F, GOODING,  Secrotary.  Tfiko notice that the above  in a synopsis of a proposed Bylaw upon which the vote of tho  Owner-Electors, in that area  of Electoral Areas "D", "B".  and "F" to bo covered,by tho  service, will bo taken at Olb-  .,,sons���EIemcRtaryJ*;!M>oiiJi:ant*.  hams Community Hall, nnd  Lartgdalo Schppl on the ninth  day ot December, }Mfl botween  tho hour?) of eight o'clock In tho  CHARLES. -% GOODING,  ,    Secretary.  Take notice that tho above  Is a synopsis of a proposed Bylaw upon which tho vote of tho '  Owner-Electors, ih that area of,,. .  Elcctorlal Areas "B" and ?C".  to ho covered by , tho sorvlco,  Will bo taken at Halfmoon Bay  Post Office, tyest Secholt  School, and tho Whlttftkcr  Block, pav|s B,ny, on tho ninth  day of Docon^bor; 1007 between  tho hours of eight o'clock In tho  fbithoon and cigbt o'clock in, forenoon and eight o'clock in  B,C, occupaliori Motel Operator ilnlcndfl to apply for a  lease oi the following doscrlb*  oil Jandh:     ,  M jii tfi o/r* *��- twi-w' V1  HARD to find property, undev    l>cach.    Dock   and   float   an-  1  Hard Rock Drilling A  Specialty.  baw Winter Rates.   ^ __  I ATLAS DRILLING  4 Room to  1045 W. ^nder St.,  Voncotiyer \, B.C.  Tel. 112 685-1917  crty In Scchclt, Make excellent  subdivision,   $20,000,   ��ox   381,  Bfcchclt, 054-tfn  i  .1, .1...,,. 1,,.  A  nWi  nBDROOEFfeModcm _4,.bcd-,  room homo on a lots, closo |o  bcachlnd'sifcTboat nnclioira|C  Living room, -28xl5{   fireplace.  Bright cab, kitehoni rec. room,    ,_,        -. ^ ooc AOOO  A-oil beat, dble carport, lovely -; Harry \Grtfloiy���885-9392  year*roui1d spring well, Modern homo wilh largo workshop; electric heating, double  carport, Well priced at 932,000,  fJECRKT-COVK; "Syndlcate'lot-  . on ,���,, Secret-,..Lak* ;�����.��. unf ioi��h��d..  house, Cholco swimming and  mooring,   $10,000,  I,  landscaped yard with., patio.  Sale by owner, phono evenings  88>0782 or wrjtfl BOX 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Sc*  tfjelt, B.C. 4<JWfn  H. B. GORDON &  ,     KENNETT LTD.  Befhell;   fl,C.    , , fiflS-2013  1121-40  Commencing at a post planted approximately 10 foot from  O, P. Uock "11". NE corner  Block '!A,P, XX��itUt IM,03r>3,  *   N.W.D. ilierico followjtig shord-"  lino 300 icct to surveyed post  O. P. Rock "A". S.E, Corner  Block MA'  Dlstiict>I/)t,  Dlst*  rlct Lot (1353. thonco back lo  " "Or'PTitork"4 ��� B'^of-Btpck-^A4*"-  Dlstrlct-I/>t C353 andlcontalii...  Ing   ppproxlmatcly   ono   aero  more or less, for tho purpose  salvage work, or boat  mooring  and  launch  ing.  PENINSULA HOTEL LTD.  ,ier; Norman Procknow  Dnt^l November 3, 11X51 ,,  llll-Pub   Nov, '8, 15, W,1 20  Paint - Fibreglasi - Rope  ^BDZSS-Z. Boat Hardware  Comproadcd olr nervico fot  skindivers and firemen. Air  tanks, Skindivers available for  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,  Gibsons, B.C,  Phone 886-9303  electors of the municipality will,,  )>c taken at the Municipal Hall,  M00 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons on���  Saturday, December 0, 1087,  from 8;00 a.m, to 8:00 p.m,  and also at tho advance poll lo  Friday, December 8, 1007,  from 2,00 p.m. to fl.oo p.m. In  tho 'afternoon, for those who  expect to bo absent on tho rc��-  jda^l^llln'g,��.,day4,,XI>��L.M.r�������,l?.-,  jean Malnll bas l>ecn appointed  Returning orfifcoi* wr'liter ptur  poso of inking  and  recording  the voto of tho electors.  Dntcd at Gibsons, B.C. Ibis  2lst day of November, 1007.  D, Johnston,  Municipal Clerk  llfifMPub, Nov. 22, 1007,  tho   Afternoon   nnd   that   I,  Cnnrlos F. Gooding hnvo boon  appointed. Returning Offjccr for,  . tho purpose of taking n^l re* ���  cording tho y-pto of tho olectors.  pntolat Davifl Bay this 15th  dny of November, 1007,  CHARLES F. CJOODINO,  Socrotary,  1150���Pub. Nov, 22, 1007  tho nftomoon! and thnt I,  Chnrlos p, flooding hnvo, boon  .appointed Returning Officer for  the purpose of tnltlng nnd ro��  cording tho voto of tho electors,  pntod nt Dnvls Bay 'this 15th  dny of Novombor, 1007,  CHARLK�� F. GOODING,  JSocirctttry.  1140-Pnb, N0Y. 21., 1007  ,*um  ryTinrTi  *H����Ai��ll ��*"*Wal*'<*- >����Ki*W"iWT>��fli^.�� f*f <-*��������*�������*��<( ���"'  TO SERVE YOU BETTER  THE PIENINSULA TIMES NOW HAS TWO  SEASIDE PLAZA - GIBSONS  Phono 88G-2515  COWRIE'STREET - SECHELT  Phono 8S5-06S4  *     IT '  T  Ji,-*T��*** ���t^-% '*,** it ���WI1"* *V m 9m *>.* *.*((.   * j*   #   **  , m ���**���**���*.��.,  tiA^fSt      *���***',    J*?;*4,  M -J M W  *i*������*����  * ��� *  1 !�����  *  i AF  M-U-  =HS=  rtr  's^l^l^^  v>:  , ^ y ; A; [:  ,, . ;   ^ a .;'���, .       \.',.'..'     )'������������ ���     ^    ^ ^    ��� .a"'         ^ i ,  ,~~^ H~'^r      .*~-v������- "~~"~    ""V . y    T"~'      A'^XXAAATAxS^TIXX^^  i*' *AV> ^J*' ���!  The Peninsula Times Page 3     Bv arrlrtmritir.n  Wednesday, November 22, 1967        ��� * aCCiamanon .  its  Centennial Belle  One of the loveliest dresses at the- and black ostrich feathers. However  Centennial Smorgasbord  was  worn such gowns were not made for com-  by Mrs. Phil Nicholson.   The shim- fort and Mrs. Nicholson had quite a  mering   green   taffeta - gown   was time   with   the, hooped   underskirt,  trimmed with black lace-and fringe Admiring the superb cuisine laid out  with authentic black lace apron and for the feast are Mr. and Mrs. Cliff  the picture hat featured green, blue, Salahub."  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominotionol)  Sunday School 10:00 o.m.  Church Service 11:15 o.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSEUS,  Wilson Creek Community Hall  Davh Bay Road '' ""  Centennial feast  A century ago feasts were reriowhed  for gourmet dishes, but none could  have surpassed that served by Secheit Hospital Auxiliary, last Saturday.  Busy greeting guests were MrsV.Rosa  Swah.AMrs." Mabel McDeiwdr Mr. *  and Mrs. Jack Redman and Mr. and  Mrs. Frank Parker.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.   .  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m,  REV, A, WILLIS,'PASTOR'  You are invited to attend any or each service  nnmm��iii����wn*nw����viii��im��wini  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada  ��� ,      Pastor���:A. Husted.Christensen  First Lutheran Church, Vancouver  I Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the j  " month, A "''  Selma Park Community Hall at 3:00 p.m.  4kMJ4l40l*n44*l*m4U4m4k0l\n*tl��4\..44l4m4KA*J4IUUHVlllH4*ma*'  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of, coming events,is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES ;  LTD, Phono Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad", Plcoso note that space is limited and somo advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this'Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details,  '���'    !  MRS; MARTHA Wleal is visiting her daugh-  r ter   Mrs,   Margaret  Putnam ' in   Vancouver. i     '  ,    An .executive meeting of Branch OAP  Vivas'held at* the home of Mr. and Mrs.  George^ Mould on Thursday afternoon,' It  is proposed' to have a Christmas Dinner  ��� party in December for members, date to  be announced later. '   '  ,  > On November 25th at 1.30 p.m. at the  Mormon  Church  in  Vancouver  Mr.   Dal  Crosby, ��� son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Crosby  ot Gibsons will be married to Miss, Mary  Oviatt,   daughter  of  Mr.   and  Mrs'.   Cliff  Oviatt.  There will be no Evensong and Sermon  in St. Bartholomew's Church on Sunday,  November 26th. The vicar and congregation will, once again, join with the Gibsons  United Church in their Evening Worship  and this will be at 7:30 p.m. Joy and  blessings are experienced at these joint  ���services. '  Gibsons United Anglican Church Women's meeting was held in the Parish Hall  on Wednesday the 15th. ' -  On Sunday, November 26th, at 9:30 a.m.  in St. Bartholomew's Church, Gibsons and  at 11 a.m. in St. Aidan's Church, Roberts  Creek, will be held "The Service of, the  Five Candles" signifying The .Nativity,  Crucifixion, ��� Resurrection, Ascension and  Coming of the Holy Spirit.  '���Oh''Thursday evening an executive meeting of the'Gibsons Rod and Gun Club was  held. General meeting will be on December 7th. A turkey shoot is scheduled for  December 17th. A A  In England, employed by British European Airlines, is Donald Weal, former local  resident who has been, overseas for the  past five years. He is taking interesting  trips to the continent and is able to spend  his holidays visiting relatives in Frankfurt,  Germany. Donald enjoys arts and is continuing his musical studies, being an  accomplished cellist.  New firefighting  record in books  CONTINUED hot and dry weather has resulted in a B.C. firefighting bill topping  $6  million,  a  sizeable increase  over tiie  highest previous cost.  Firefighting costs for the year rose by  $186,000 last week and brought the total  for the year to $6,147,500.  Highest previous cost was $4,797,418 in  1960r -:--:- * * --������ i-,^.,,^.^.^*. .7.,  Continued dry weather and above-average seasonal temperatures in the Nelson  and Kamloops districts has resulted in  pockets of high hazard, forest secvice  officials said Sunday.  "It's been the hottest and driest fall  that we've had for some time," said-a  Kamloops forestry official. *  Human carelessness was blamed'for  three small fires which broke out during  the weekend near Lytton, Clinton aid  Lutrifoy'.' "'���"' ���'���'     " "'"'���'   ��� -ii}  "But   we've  had   no   major  outbreaks:  and everything is under control," said the'  Kamloops official,  Firefighting activity was reported as  quiet during the weekend in the Nelson  district, except for the Shaw Creek fire  near Creston, which was whipped up by  high winds.  The fire is contained, but still burning  in a rocky area on private land, a,Nelson  forestry official said.  A total of 196 fires \vere still burning  throughout the proyii.ee as of Friday, most  of them in the mop-up stage.  T.iere were 123 new first last \vcek and  another 51 were extinguished.  So far this year there have been 3,110  fires which Have burned about 230,000  acres, much of it logged-over slash.    .  mm  elects  OVER-70'members of Branch 96 attended  the   OAPO   meeting last',Thursday  to  welcome backJ President Harry Hill and  his wife Frances who have just returned  "from a trip to. Europe,  Mr. 'Hill told the members that while  overseas- he had made a ,point of seeing  what was being done for pensioners in  various- countries. In England, much has  been done.. He saw many housing projects  for senior 'citizens, some of, which - were  ancestral mansions donated - by owners  unable to keep them up. From the point  of view of the pensioners he considers  British Columbia hard'to beat.  Mr. Hill reported that some trips to  Vancouver would be organized for the  winter' season to see the Christmas decora  tions and for ��� showsu Special prices are  available to OAP's for Famous Players  and Odeon Theatres. Particulars are obtainable from the Secretary, Mrs. O. McGregor.  Canon Alan Greene took the Chair for  the election of the 1968 officers and the  following were elected by acclamation: Mr.  H. A. Hill, president; Canon Minto Swan,  1st vice-president; Mrs. L. V. Yates, 2nd  vice-president; Mrs. O. McGregor, secretary and Mr. VW^ Coffey, treasurer.  A vote of thanks was passed ��to Mrs.  Yates who hadbeen acting president during the absence of Mr.Hill and to the officers who had so warmly supported her.  For their past services, to the Branch,  presentations   were   made  to   Mrs.   Alice  Batchelor and -Mrs. Mary -Tinkley.      * % X  Entertainment was .provided by the Sun- -  shine Songsters, who- obviously enjoy singing as" mfichv as" their capable leader," Mrs.J"   '  Dorothy   StorSkwell.    Despite -their   short  period   ot' Gaining   since 'reorganization,  they gave1 very, competent renderings of  "Ob,'* what 'a sbeautiful   mornings   and  "'Mighty like a Rose."  Mr. Charlie Brook-  man told another of his amusing wax experiences and recited "So long Spotty."  -11 fi 1   ITT  V    ,  >*.   '  : x.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  AT THE Jolly Roger last weekend, Mr.  and Mrs. John Brynelsen were hosts at  a family dinner, to celebrate the 21st birthday,, of v Jheir. son. pal .and the..... return of  their daughter^ A Dana,- after a tour of  Europe. Guests were Dal and Dana's  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brynelsen, Sr. and Mrs. Anne Stewart of North  Vancouver, their, uncles and aunts,. Mr.  and Mrs.  Bern Brynelsen, with daughter  ���by Mary Tinkley  Karen and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brynelsen,  all of Vancouver and their cousin, Mr.  Oliver Hansen of Secret Cove.  IN BRIEF  Home, from St. Mary's Hospital are Mr;  George Cranswick and Bob Cunningham.  Guests of the Stan Moffatt's last weekend  were Mr. and Mrs. Obed Sandve with  daughters Katherine and Carolin from  Cloverdale.  '   1 *  * -   '   " '        .?  'It '     >  No Cents  Jn Waiting  ��� ��� ���' ���  E��GjT  v A  **��v  The Times  Classified  Make Ybii :  Monev!  ^Jhe^Jl  ime&  Phone  ---------------rrnnni-i-rr*i--~*---~*"^'^J���****  Sign on a small birdhousc in rural part'  of the state: "For Wrent."  Nov,',24���10 q,m.-l   p,m,  Party & Bake Sale,  Nov, 24���Madeira Park Community Hall, Klondike, Nloht.  Nov, 25���2 p,m, St.  Hilda's' Parish Hol|.  Sunshine Rcbok'ah  Lodge.    '  A;. AppvKil.Bazaar. ,,, .     ,_,rl^  .,{   ,7,, ��� , ���, i:,\.  '*.i|A.v' !.(������!���'���<���; :tA,  Nov, ,27���7;30 p.m, ElphlnstpnoTSudl'torigm,, Educatjon'mcotino..  Nov.'28-���7:30'p,m, Scchclt Lc_i6n Hall. Rtol&tratioa of Scouts, Parents  ploaso attend. ' '  Nov. 29���2 p,m, Wilson,Crcok Community Hall. St, Johtfs United,  Church W.A, Bazaar. . y,,.,,,.,,���. ..,....;���...,,,. ,;'-,"'������������'',..,.'���:,.,,, ���,  Nov, 30���7:30 p.m. Socholt Legion Hall, Rofll&trcitlon of Cubs, parents  please attend;, ,     ' '  Pcci 1���8 p,m, St,, Hilda's Church. Hall, Fun Nioht.  Doc. 1���2 p,m, Roborts Crcok Loa|on Hall. L,A, Christmas Baxaar &  Tea.  PENDER HARBOUR (Mtrlng No. 561)  1350 ft, Watorfrontaga. With  16.0 aero* of moitly low, loyal land.  Froih wafer year round crook, AiMng ^15,500. Caih offon considered,  REA��, ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phono 805-2161.  Multiple Muting SarvM  Vancouvor Real Eitato  . ..1.,       .��� Pobrd^,,... , ���  AGENCIES LTD.  GJDS0NS OFFICE���PHONE 886-7615  ANGLICANCHURCH  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  Services held ,re_u|arly In  GARDEN BAY, REDRCOFFS and EGMONT  For Information phoqq 8B5--9793,,.,7"* '  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. HHda'i  St John's United Church  Wilion Crook, B,C,  Sunday School-���9:45 a.m.  Dlvlno Worship���11:15 a.m.  Led bv Miss H, E, Campbell  Excopt on 2nd Sunday each montn  ,.     Family Sorvlco���11:15 a.m.  Dlvlno Sorvlco���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rov. W. M. Cameron  for further Information  Phono 885.9744  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAP^IG- PRUNING  GowtJr Point Road  Gibsons, B.C. - Dial 886-2919  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTQMETRIS1  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - "Mfen's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Telephone Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  '< Real Estate & Insurance  f >:-������������      ���'-������.������ -* ���:������  ..:-���������������>���-��       ������.      ���    ��� ���     ������  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit. B.C.   '  Phone 885-2313  L & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks iand Drain Fields - Backhoo and  7:77'7',..X-' '/Front End Loader Work. ,  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  MADKRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMC Service Centre - peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launchina Ramp  Phone 883-2266  ��� ��**������.������.���������������.������i-��� 1.1.. 1.. ��� 11 .i .��������������  1  ������������i_ill_���������������  OCEANS IDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and offlco  Kitchen Specialists A  A     R. Birkin, Beach Aye., Roberts Creek   ' '  Phone 886-2551   ��^l�� " m   1-1 % t'mmm\,i**\\^mimm'tm^'mmmm,n*m.im^.m^4mimimmmmmmmmmm.mi*mi>imimm.'ifmmimti4m��\m'nmii.m  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  i    ;      r Gibsons Village  Experts at cMts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  ' "         ���  *-���**������*���'****���������**���������**������������������'''**-'���*******���'��  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  ,   Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30. p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.   ���  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  i v  Phone 885-9713  Scows���-Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week.  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.   .....,GIBS6NSW..,?,,.-.,;- .',,,,  ,;;,  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down parent -Bank interest -  Teh years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728    '  tillicum Chimney service  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening ,*,'  ,   janitor service"- painting1'- odd jobs etc. -  Free estimates - All work guaranteed.  Phone 885r2191  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Cqll.   '  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone. 885-2818      .  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C  PERMANENT WAVES -  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ���  , 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday <  -TINTS  SHAPING  Saturday /  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ���. 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  BOAT SALES  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES r-, ELECTRIC HEAT'  Phone 885-2062  S  KB��iWW#rt��WH^W^^^<t��**ii��i' *i*^>|--��tl��^i!�� W(J*S��1�� J 4��  ���"ittwaliSiiWMOUSlK**!!*-4  A hundred yoars ago, a Prisoner  In a Turkish fortress In tho  , Holy Land announced a now  Revelation of God. His namo  was Dqha'u'lloh, Hl�� "Letters to  tho Kings" aro, without doubt,  tho most remarkable doeumortts  In religious history. Several million people havo now responded  to Hl�� call/  ���PENDER HARBOUR-(Llstlnp No, 573)  Malcolm Hay aroa, 67 M. water-  (ronlcjno 13300,00 F.P, $1200 rlowp,  OnobctlrQomhrtrno'H^OO"^0!:^0"'  Hra noxt |o iitoros ami monlcol clinic.  :        .-F.Prorjiy r/QQO.qo.      ���  ' MlbDU PpINT AREA (Is No, 5?7).  19,30 qcros wllh'2 Iiolms on 1000 ft.  vyalorfmril. 'Rool bordhliv and Invest*-  mnnt pt ,^35,000 F,p,  ,-J, Antlorson���005-2053, .. .......  GIDSONS .,.,,7.7,7...  ?. Iwlroom cotioQO on vlow lot, village  wotor.   Woll   locotorl   for  shopplno.  .Roat,onob|o~flt,.*.^SSOO,OO.u-,C��vR.,  ;���-    WIUSON CREEK ��:  2 Drlrni' homo on 3 ncros, Plroploco  & basemfciiti '-Borhs- nhel fruit troos,  $10,500 ful price, ,,,    ,  K, Suriouh���005-9303.   lillllioOi  HEARDIOF  :07x^777^70iK797^.  ���WMMk,  Local clergy bf all faith* havo  |mt received an of tor of  llQha'u'llohV Mcstago. AWo  urge you to invoitlgato it aithor  through your clergyman or by  writing!  Hohal'ii of Sunihlno Coo��t  EDNAM, FOOTB  R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C.  ���I'MH",M|I*MM'^^  GIB&ONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phono 886-2442 �� Gibsons, B.C.  ^J C, : f 1 ; p������.  PENINSULA CLEANERS  152V Govyor Pt, Road  886-2200 Gibson*  FOR YOUR FAMILY PRY CLEANING NIEDS  inwii.-i   -on ���������   iiiii mi '\i��m^.mm.��^m,0,mnmmmwmim^^,^m0m*,,mm*m.m,mm^.^mlmnm4tmi*m0��m^  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  I.IGHT MACHINERY-SERVICE-  Clearing- Levelling - Landscaping  '    <* Bulldozing  CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE  888*2830-���������  EW?NGN^     Bornlna & 0,n09a  ��r.!lTi        Solos   Parts, Sorvlco  ERYICE      ,.       ���' '  ���"~ FREE H6ME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havlos - 885-9740  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing:Machlno Dealer  , Cowrio St. - Scchclt - Ph. 885-9345  H^���m->m^���^���.^i^^ww���w^������ ��� n n 111 mimimmiimm^mm^0^4^m4i^4m0m0i^0im000mm^mmm  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD,  Residential ������ Commercial  Industrial Wiring  Electric Hea]tlng Specialists  _   Gibsons 886-9689  rSoTrvlng "PoWMolloinV'P*^  W***����****����**��*-*********>*����****�� ��� 11 ���'������ iii��wii-i��i-**i*h**i>*-**m��***w^i ii- 11��� ��� 111111 mt-!-.! ��� i.i.1 ����������������mmm���**���  HEWITT CLEANING SERVICE  Floor , . . Washed, Wa��ed, Stripped.  w��r������,^������.VVindow^Cleanli>g  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYUNG  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  EATON'S  "WHERE-TO-Gb"  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS"  MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  Gibsons 886-2232  Head OHieo 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  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Socholt, R.R. 1 Davhi Bay Road  Phono 885-2050  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors '  Marine Building - Secheit  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  At the Sign of the Chevron*  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ~- Arp;ar,*4 Acty Welding '  Stool Fabricating ��� Mqrlno Ways  ���     Autambtivejind^Marino, Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phone 886-7721       Ret. 886-9996, 886-9326  I i  f '  '.'J  1  A  i .  ��� fojtMtu .*��i������i4+*��'B-**B4"��v +*wt i��e-Wi����*-��>n(  Now sorvlco in district  PLUMBING & HOT WATER  HEATING  CERTIFIED MASTER PLUMBER  FREE ESTIMATES - PHONE ANYTIME  885-2037  John Malcolm ��� R.R, 1. Scchclt, B.C.  "Phono KcrHewitt"  085-2266 or 885-2019  ULA'S SALON  INVITATION TO BEAUTY  Expert Hair Cutting  For appointment 886-2980  Sunnycrest Plaza Gibsons  -    BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  The Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite tho High School - Gibson*  For Take Out Ordert Phono 886-2433  i  K & Z APPLIANCES  Major Appliances Service  , All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578 - Scchclt, B.C.  EXCAVATIONS  Clearing and Road Building ������  Gravol/ Navvy & Fill  A SIMPKINS���885-2132  ���BRICKtAYING-  RUBBER STAMPS  W*k)  "t**^    ^Pr*    ���"""""'  *��*��������w t*******4 *��**l  ^��*( ^PW      P**|    ��*K       **M*****    IRI   p|| p*| ******  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  h)\  see THE TIMES  ���V  ..* . a   . .ii  (   ���  '  i ,  I  i   ��  ��  * . k  �� . I ,., \  i  I  '���'  { I i  f  t   " f  I S   ( �� I * *  1  ' ... ,Vt  '  .v  ���.��   f  I  1  ���  * *  l t,  ..,, i.i,'. �� "  ������* ���*���"* �����.*����-*ifi-ifi(~��>.  i ��     �����  r\\7  V e\> 0%mi^<}k4kM$  * **�� ����� "ll   �����  pg^ft ^g^^>yr'pyJ'-  -y^!^ '>*,!t  -J***"       "       "^aj  jT % frs*^ * yd ^ y^,^��g^ yWAtif-S-^  ^S��^��^^i?E^i��-3  ja-v-to-.  ���^vifa'wuv***-*-* .������wxt'fe �� nVT't'r^^r<yV^*gV^-t  4a  it  is"/"  I  ^  /*  Pog  * $L  4a.   ,   The PenMuJq Times       Wednesdoy, November 22^1967  ��i  a.  1,1  r.  3  anNsourftftfjgf  ��*   t|>��4*t4--  .��**-���   ,^fc��t.  - ^  DiTa_a_vi_  IPaftefs Cwriifefr  I1/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right-' S  r+ '���'���'"'���_ - ���-John Atkins J  ���^aw**-*****^****^^  aJ '���.'.*,'  Nominees needed now  LAST week a Secheit businessman  1 made the comment that council has  become something of a joke. Because  he lives outside the village and his  business is registered as a company, he  is unable to stand for election, a situation  yrifortunately applying to a number of  possible candidates.  Whether, his comment is justified or  fcot is strictly a matter of opinion but  ���certainly by no stretch of the imagination would one say it has been a year  of achievement. Worthwhile projects  such as acquiring the water works for the  village and rezoning in order that a pro  two commissioners and a chairman for  Gibsons and the same for Secheit together with eight directors for the  Regional Board, a'total of eighteen seats  available. .  If the taxpayer is happy with what  these various bodies have done or not  done during the past year, then those  members seeking re-election will return  by acclamation. On th other handvif  there is dissatisfaction then the answer  is simple "find new candidates and get  out and vote."  ,It is a notable fact that every community has the backroom  lawyer type  posed machine shop might be construct-    ^Q Spen<_s h|s time expounding distorted  ed, have indeed been under considera  tion and are to some extent under way.  However, if a simple application for a  building permit in order to bring in  Badly needed industry is to take six  months or more- of discussion and ex<-  views on the wrongdoings in Council,  School Board, Chamber of Commerce,  Police Department etc. Yet those same  people are . conspicuously absent year  round from the seat of any of these organizations, in most cases they do not  proration, it is reasonable to suspect the    even read the complete account of who  V. . Ml     �� a-1 . \a..     A.linr . . j .       .  Abater works will be taken over by other  fiiterests when council is still considering  the hows and wherefors.  One of our commissioners has frequently made clear his views on delay  and reluctance to take the initiative but  one man fights a losing battle and in  time all enthusiasm disappears.  Council of Gibsons on the other hand  has never failed to make a decision and  whether right or wrong have carried out  proposals with a minimum of fuss and  delay. This does not mean that everything in the garden is in blossom and it  is not unlikely that many taxpayers see  the need for changes.  This same, situation applies to the  Trustees. In each case, changes are needed, and providing sufficient numbers bf  taxpayers are prepared to offer their services, it is a certainty changes will be  made. .,.,-..^..=.,,, ^,. ,:..^.���.,,i,.,..,...1.,uA;...... ,   Unfortunate situation is that it has  always been hard to find candidates for  the position of school trustee. In Secheit  there is usually a shortage of suitable  candidates for commissioner. Now with  establishment pi a %gjonal District, we  require an additional eight interested  and capable individuals. This means four  trustees require^ for th& School Board,  ���* -. a*-*-.' ��� j��;.AV' tj^jiTM  does and says what and have a sorry  record of public sendee.  The views of such should be discarded for what they are-worth, on the  other hand, the responsible voter should  give very serious consideration to past  endeavors by elected members as ywell  as to those standing for the first time.  As we have pointed out in the past, a  good guide line might be taken from the  past activities to community betterment  by the candidate, and in this respect we  do have those among us who have, over  the years, proved their genuine interest  in the community with active participation in Chamber of Commerce, service  clubs and. other worthy organizations.  The days of using position on council or school board as a status symbol lie  in the past, a progressive community requires the services of people capable of  putting words to action without letting  their vision be clouded by the simpler  process of being a 'yes' man to everyone.  We have capable people available  and it is now up to the various organizations to encourage them to accept, nomination- Without councils, we would still  continue to make progress, with efficient  councils we will progress that much better and more orderly.  -VlC:,.   ^M*,  ArndDtlieB0 gs����iap forms  ARRIVAL Qii;tfte /Peninsula a few years  ago of* a semifinteilectij^ American  who cl��oo^^.^^i^^ifto?M:i father  than" ^orae^in^^ In thp .tedious  monotony * of-gainful emplpymeht was  "followed. with: li%ue^ gatheringrpf-tlie  clan." In short time & group" parading  extremely sparton existence which has  nothing to offer, proves nothing and as  far as we are concerned, is highly suspect.  A significant item is contained in an  active anti communist publication which,  in-explaining some of .theiactics employed by those whb" would drag this  RUWENZORI ���������~  ���by Vee Lobb  Colossal mural painted <on sky canvas  Fi\e supernatural artitts stnved to vie  Fach with the other working to exceed him  Each capturing form  and color,���earth to.  !>k}  Five zones appear, distinct, on this huge canvas.  Five zones compose this re nge of Ruwenzon  From Savanna to the lofty ice. peaks  Each artist s brush depicts fantastic btory.  \  First the Savanna, parkhke, green and lush  Teeming  with   animals,  elephants   abound.  Tift> five hundred feet the plains rise up  No richer place for wildlife coold be found.  Abo-.e this then, rising two thousand feet  The Ram Forest zone where the great tree-  ferns grow,  Scarcely a day without a drizzling rain.  Habitat of ihe torest buffalo  Now a dense belt that girdles Ruwenzon,  The Bamboo Forest s slender stalks may  spring  Dramatically up three feet each day  Beyond this belt scarce ventures living thing.  At ninety-five hundred feet appears the Heath'  zone:  Gnarled forty-foot heather trees with lichen  cowls.  Deep carpeted with moss and liverwurt;  Completely quiet, where the leopard prowls.  Next, hazy, a weird silent Borderland  Of nightmare quality pervading round.  Fantastic shapes loom up; the veiling fog  Blots out the sun, and muffles any sound.  Twelve thousand feet,���now comes the Alpine  zone.  Black lichens and brown mosses pioneer  Bare wind-swept rocks, and glacial lakes.  The hardy little hyrax dwells up here.  Up. up,���six sharply towering summits rise  Magnificently cruel; glistening White  Encased in snow and ice of centuries:  : Cloud-piercing sixteen thousand feet of  -  height.  This equatorial African mountain range  With snow-clad peaks eternally mist-  shrouded,  Whose climate tropic heat to icy cold;  Whose lower zones with living things are  crowded;  Whose shining peaks, glimpsed by, explorer  Stanley  Who named it Ruwenzori,, (the rain boon.)  But in ancient legends of the native lore  It was ever called "The Mountains of the  Moon."  Ruwenzori���A moutain range, 80 miles long.  Unknown to Europeans until" 1388,'''when ex-1  plorer   Henry   Stanley,   glimpsed   its   peaks,  through a rare break in its cloud cover.  Ruwenzori���After   a   native   word,   meaning  "Rain-maker."  Tickets on sale  raffle  ladies club fund raiser  REGULAR monthly meeting of the BPW  Club   was   held   on   November  7th   at  Ole's Cove.   After a delightful dinner; the  business meeting was held.  It was reported two new clubs had been  formed in Smithers and Terrace. The  Sunshine Coast Club is to raffle a Christmas Hamper and tickets are now on sale.  The Club has to raise $3.00 per member,  being the 1967 assessment to be paid to  the Centenary Year Foundation which was  set up by all clubs in Canada to observe  Centennial Year. Interest from the foundation monies is to be used year after year  for purposes to be decided upon by the  Executive at the time, with the accent on  .^education..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.-,,,^,,,,^.,.  Mrs. Jo Benjafield reported she had  agreed to sponsor* a Future Secretaries  Club at the Pender Harbour Secondary  School, and asked for the support of the  club in this endeavour. The club eagerly  agreed and plans for future program were  --discussed. - - ;~ :*~ ......-,..:....- ;,. ,.,.^.,  Guest speaker for the evening was Mr.  Norman Watson, Chairman of the Sunshine Coast Regional District.   He gave a  most informative talk on the background,  origins, structure and accomplishments of  the Regional District and was most helpful  in answering the many questions  put by  members.  Next meeting of the���.-.club will take the  form of a Christmas party at pie^s Cove,  on Tuesday, December 5th. All members,  old and new, and guests are welcome.  Membership Chairman, Mrs. Marilyn Wigard of Secheit, will be pleased to answer  questions regarding joining the club. She  also has a good selection pf UNICEF  Christmas Cards for sale, as have other  members of the club. Proceeds froni the  sale of these cards go to the UNICEF  Branch of the, United Nations to help  needy Children aU pvfer the world, v  fit  It may be the woman who pays, but  she always seems to use some man's  money to do -..it.",': "A' .,A;r.   yy;    .���������:-; .";���'-.  under the badly tattered.banner of 'art country to the depths of depravity, em-  loving'idealists revealed itself as holding phasises the methods adopted to rally  rather more than sympathetic communis-    dupes to aid the cause.  tic outlook. It would hot be too difficult  to prove that thiswas the least insidious  of its, activities; Wt is sufficient to indicate the means by which the Kremlin  ���is able |o rjstabHsh, its tentacles among  the rcceptives in our midsC  This particular little group disbanded when the great' leader found, adverse  publicity hampered his operations. He is  now peddling his insidious jndoctrine  among the hippies of San Francisco. \  An extremely apathetic society is  presently seeking a variety of excuses  for the long haired and usually unwashed  segment which in plain simple English  is to all appearances a group of escapists.  Escapists frorn draft boards south of the  border, escapists from responsibility of  afty description, particularly gainful employment, and of course, escapists from  th,at age old custom���bodily cleanliness.  Here on the Peninsula, it Vyoiild ftp-  pear a happy hunting ground exists and  more and more of the 4th Avenue  throw-outs are taking up residence in  ..various. hang*-outfi, wRcccnt.,aiTiiyal8, point  to the familiar pattern In which a front is  established under the guise of art followed  with the arrival of a $ang of long haired  individuals, the sex of which poses gome-  One of these is to persuade the gul-,  dible that any action taken; by our elected  representatives to contain communism is  unnecessary and ill-advised. Also that  ;action taken by those charged'with our  security constitutes an infringement of  personal liberty. In other words it gets us  to work against ourselves and for the  communists by attempting to frustrate  and impede actions deemed essential for  our protection by those in a position to  know the real situation.  This, continues the item, npt only can  destroy opposition fo their work but also  helps them in one of their major objectives, th(i undermining of .ill respect for  law and order and established authority.  It is very simple to shrug this off as  sensationalism or "it couldn't happen  here" but make no mistake, it is happening throughout the world, in banada  and right here on the Peninsula,      >  The above quotes were published  before the hippie era but are significantly  substantiated by an editorial in the publication recently stamped upon by ytm-4  ~couvcr**Mayor��Tom"Cam  it advises, students���If yqu ��rp thinking  , of leaving school, what's wrong with  getting kicked out? Organize a union,  hng of a problem to anyone sufficiently ci|)als fi0 lhcy?��� g,V(J yoij whm        Jl. ^  interestta, A delegation can bo Kent to PTA mcct-  To those who a^t an attitude of jngs, to present student demands, don't  "Hvc and let live" be not led astray. :isk for permission; tc|| them what you  Something, apart from  the  unwashed intend to do. If you yvnnt to do sonic-  charactcw, wnclls, for it,is a wry fact thing, go ahead. The Jaws arc so bad  that there if no such thing as an idealist, that, nowadays, it is dishonorable NOT  Many Play nlvthi5 but it Is virtually im- to have a criminal record, Just forget  possible to adhere to an idealogy. Com- about building a future in their society  niunlsm, tor Instance is all very nlco and you can do better. Organize "Jove-ins"  cosy, theoretically, but the human clc- jn school yards,  Wc could easily quote the example of a tribe In a rag which gained cohsidcnblc  well known gentleman who has long support when a responsible citizen' at-  practlced t^�� foeialistic doctrine during   tempted to stamp it out; Precisely the  A^mim tm^,^  ��t double. This is not wrong, it is simply   tion. *  jiving up to our <;*pHaH!tic pnode of life.  Vtwtvet, obe wtmm hardly call it living  up to communistic ideals.  Tho frig point is, Jn$t why ivwld phy-  s sically fit, well educated individuals wish  to revert ta tho cave mm era- It is an  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Po$�� Office Bldg., Sccjielt - Phone 895-2333  TUESDAY���-11:Q0 a.m. \o 7:00 p.m.  THURSDAYS-rl 1:00 a.m. to 7:Q0 p.m.  SATURDAYS���3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES?  sk$>7'-  Wont to moke your home  larger, more comfortable, more  modern, more beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  you'll find helpful ideas and  information at your one stop,  supplies shop  f etiinsula Biiilding  Supplies Ltd.  Phone 885-9669  7AX'::'77 ''S^EWlliW'l7'1'''^  4M4U40..m**mi40mi40lk��0t4MJU4mi>0m4^U44U404UUUUUU4J40j  NOTICE OF ELECTS��!  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of Rural Area "B" of  of School District No. 46 (Secheit) that I require the presence' of the said  electors at the School Board Office, Gibsons, oh Friday, the 24th day of  November, 1967, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the  purpose of electing persons to represent themsas School Trustees., Nomi- f  nations will close at twelve o'clock noon on November 24th, 1967.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified  electors of Rural Area "B" of this School District. The nomination  paper shall be delivered tothe Returning Off iter at any tirm between  the date of this notice and noon of the day of nomination. The nomination paper may be in the form prescribed in the Public Schools Act and  shall state the name, residence and occupation of the person nominated  in such manner as to sufficiently identify such candidate. The nomina-*  tibn paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate. '"..*.  In the event of a poll being riecessa^ such poll will be opened at:  Bowen Island Elementary School  Gambier island Veterans' Hall  v-v    ��,Port/Mellon v^mrnunity Hall A ,  ,      ' Langdale Elementiary School  School Board Office, Gibsons  Elphinstone Secondary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Selma Park Community Hall  on the 6th day of December, 1967, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and  8:QQ,pirn, of which every person is hereby required to take notice and  govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons Landing, this 27th Day of  October, 1967. , . ������ 1,,,,...,..,.. ..      .    .'.,. ,.,.,.,  PETER C. WILSON, for the Returning Officer  !' ���' ��  School District No. 46 (Secheit). Box ,220, Gibsons, B.C.  CHAIN SAW  CENTRE 7  Box 489 -Secheit  ���  ,   . .,':,.'      DEALERS FOR;  P.M, Canadian - McCulloch - Homcllta  Pioneer and Stihl Chain Sawi  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parti and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  Stive Money  AT YOUR PQPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  885-2283 -Scchclt, B.C.  tho New  CEDARS INN  Find Cuisine in a  Friendly Atmosphere  LYLE and OLIVE  806-9815 Gib��on��/B,C.  RECliPES  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  BENNER BROS.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OP TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  . Appliances - T.V, - Radio  Phono 885-2058   -    Secholt, B.C.  rftiiHtlMMWBKiSfiitflfrf.       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I       * ^.AaJ. ^-.    -*.   aA^V   a,   .   ���      a'J-,  VHa ���'���jl'-a a-'V  V>i> >^<-ka <V^ W  �� * -1   *����� -4,  i.^t,At/.^.^.^i.^r&^AV. ..afr^^frt^ifrfrTj yKM5*^'8^^J^l?*,'^P^^^ ^-Wy-a- V^> g Vi��a>gSt->f>Jt^'>*v^-'��-S-.v->_v  *.<  XMfe' OffGRrir  *a-v .*,),   s  AA_v-*A'44--  _c&  *\  /���*\*j  ���t  -   > V     ��   a* 5  A a        ' *"'-    "    tV    V '   (   V A * /  #��__ li_;'-Jf^ _=��_** _fi��  oa  ���  -*     ��   ��� j. / *  f% PeninsMlo Time*-- ~j   -    P��9e\5  <} Wednesday/ November 22, 196?  during tourtfcen^i&SlitHioixtiU  Perider Hiahlites  TWENTY-THREE ^ekr old Datfa BryVei-  sen, daughter, ol John* w) JKpy Btynei*  se*i of the Jolly Roger Iiin at Secretive  rfally got the wang&lust fbtMeen, mp��th$ ,  ago sirtce which time she has seen maya ���  of the world than the average person. wpUtdl  see in two lifetimes. '  Dana sailed from Montreal to Rotterdam fourteen months ago and went direct  to Germany, There she bought herself a  BMW. motor cjtale which she rode ,for  mahy miles through numerous countries.  Her tour took her through - Holland,  France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland;  Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon.  Jordan, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Austria, ftnd  Hungary. Wherever possible she sjayed In  youth hostels which were very good in most  countries. A /  f  The country which fascinated her nidst -*  was Turkey where she stayed for eight  months living in a modern apartment on  the Bosphorus, at the entrance to the Black  Sea, for which she paid $30 a month*. It  was a picturesque spot, with olive graves .  running right down to the turquoise' blue  water. During the eight months of her  stay there, she learned to speak Turkish  competently.  Dana was overwhelmed by the hospitality of people in the small villages. They  would all come out to greet her and would  argue as to which family should be honoured to have her as a guest. The family  so honoured would kill a sheep to provide  a feast.  On the trains, everything was shared-  food, drinks, cigarettes���and this among  people who had very little to share. Turkish  trains, she says, are the worst m the  world. On one of them she had the most  frightening experience of the whole trip.  A man, the worse for drink, came after her  with a 12 inch knife. Some young univer.  sity students came to her rescue until the  tram police took over apd put the man off  at the next station. He received rough  treatment at the hands of the police, for  tourism, is an economic necessity in the  poorer countries of VEurope and no ill-  treatment of a toufist Ik tolerated.  Miss Brynelsen left her motor cycle in  Turkey apd took the train through Syria,  Jordan and Lebanon, where tbe roads are  notoriously bad. In Syria, she was impressed with Beirut, a most beautiful city,  comparable to Paris and New York-  In Greece She found the food delicious  and the people friendly ahd hospitable.  She was disappointed in Athens which is  modem and Artericgnised. She thought  Coi^^^the'west^colst bf Gfefece, one of  the most beautiful- islands she had ever  seen, with most iaterestihg flora and fauna.  ��� In Switzerland she crossed (the- Alps  from Basle during a snowitorm, no easy  . task on a i^otor cycle; but sheAwas re-  wirde*d ���*��� wfteh "she descended into warm  sunshine at Lugano. She crossed into Italy  and vi'sUed Pisa and Rome. Her * arrival  ih Rome coincided vVith a bomb scare. The  police were looking out for an anarchist  who had threatened to blow up the Vatican.  Their- suspicions fell on the racing motorcyclist, whom they stopped for questioning.  She took off her helmet apd, when her  long hair fell around her shoulders and  she was found to be a Canadian girl, she  received the friendly and effusive reeep*  tion usually accorded to tourists.  Bul after all the fascinating and lovely  places she had seen, Miss Brynelsen  thought the Sunshine Coast apd Secret Cove  looked  beautiful.   She  thinks,   considering  �� Seasoned traveller  Dana Brynelsen of Sepret^Cove stfll  has a yen^for travel alttidugh.she has  only just returned frtfm * fourteen  months4 touring Europe on. a motor  ,cycle. She is .the daughter of John  and Kay Brynelsen of the Jolly Roger  Inn at Secret Cove.  the beauty of'the scenery,-the'standard of  living and educational advantages, there is  no better place in the world to live.  Dana Brynelsen has been a* motor cyclist  for four years. She bought her first Honda  while ,she was a student at U.B.C. She is  a member of the' .Vancouyer Motorcycle  Club which awarded her a trophy for cross  country motorcycling on her 650 c.c.  ���Triumph.  Her wanderlust is satisfied for the time  being* and she plans* to spend her time  between her home "at Secret Cove and  laboratory work in Vancouver. There are  still many places she would like to see and  perhaps, some time in the future, she may  sign on as a stewardess on a boat travelling to Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.  ..till. ������������.��� im r i'i    '   ������-.-������������I ��� ������ ��� *������������*-**������"��������������������*���  by Donna Vaughan  OUR - TEAMS (lidn'tvmake out io well in  the games .jtifey> ids-fed agamsVBrooks,  November* \U, Brooiw emerged victorious,'j  ' On ffov'emoei 10 W&ad i siioft Ueinem-]  bailee'Day Service. ''Thfc cetemoftyeon*;  sisied'-pr.a .petfoda of silence followed *W  Jofth ftel&n 'feeding the^bem "in glanders ,  Fields" qnd Salty H^att reading .The Lord's^  VxWe\\t Aside from this, however, tye had,  m "general holiday tynich w4s t��ei*haps just *  &js vfrfell 4s It "could,tend toMflake people r  fot-get the true meaning of Remembrance *,  bay.'   - x   a   , ,     x���       f <:' > < r  All in iWy cliiuatipplly speaking, Bemem-'  out i$ such great numbers In'good weather.,  ftr-trad.     ' ���_ - ->  ,.  <  ' t)n Tuesday, Noyember 14, MLA and  Blinlster^ Without Portfolio, Isabel Dawson  ipoke' to, the students of Peider.^ Her  s|ieecb eoncerned<v B.C. education ' and  stressed the-importance of higher ?educa--  tioh either at a university or^a vocational ,  school,   y ' \ * "���'    '7 -  ���3  Thursday, November 16, was ther daf ~*  "' , ; ,  for^ buying slaves ior Sadie JJawkins Day.    -^-. .   Biddirtg took place on the 'stage at lunch t/___{_rj ji-^i.---  6otirwitS Mr. Skelton as auctioneer. The^ ���' V an^aMlSpiay, ���*,. .  siWye^ stood behind the curtain^ with only  one lega sticking out. Many laughs ensued  when bidders upon seeing a stockinged leg  or a boojted foot jumped to the conclusioh  that they were getting a girl ,or a boy only  to find oUt the very opposite.  The B.C. Forest Servicers presently  carrying'out a reforestation program in  Vancouver Bay up Jervis Inlet. This undertaking is providing a new ci*bp of trees for  tbe future as well as giving employment  for several of our local boys.  Following three or four years of prospecting and geological survey a mining  eompany has airlifted by helicopter a prefabricated house and diamond drilling  equipment to the 4200 foot level of Mount  Diadem. Their ob.ect is to ascertain the  quantity of. base metals-occurring in this  area, a    ���. :--.    " .'  ; Interest-in mining in this area is by nb  means ne(w�� since, my grandfather worked  in a small mipe there in the late 1920s.  . Congratulations to Elaine Klein, winner  of the Pacific Command Bursary. Elaine  attends Simon Fraser University.  Highway 101  Is Adequate  Wealth of talent revealed  with late autumn paintings  ,- Disraeli once commented, "No generalization is wholly true; includihs this one."  Some years ago George Bernard Shaw  addressed a women's club in London about  broken hearts. At one point he told of a  friend- who loved a girl very dearly, bit  for certain reasons couldn't marry her.  "��nd did he die?" asked a woman in  the audience.  "Yes," Shaw replied dryly, "fifty years  later."  AN UNSUSPECTED powerhouse of talent  is centred along the bays and inlets  which comprise the Welcome Beach-Secret  Cove area and will be evident to all visitors to the Arts Council Gallery Shop,  Secheit, where the paintings of a representative group of artists are exhibited  until the end of the month.  The varied collection of paintings, appropriate for the late autumn with predominant vibrant blues, orange, gold and  white, transform the h'ttle gallery. In  central position is Barbara Laakso's large  painting "Indian Motif" gaily designed  Indian rattles contrasting with white dogwoods. Flanking this* picture are two  which carry on the red and gold tones,  "Telegraph Trail" by Barbara Laakso and  Ruth Stone's "Maple ^Leaves", also the  warm browns and fawns of Marjorie Morgan's "Still Life."     C�����  Dorothy Hall's paining of an old boat-  house and delapidatedKfishboat abandoned  above the high water mark is appropriately  named "Omega" and,'*the muted browns,  greys and blues contrast with the spark-  'hng white of two winter scenes by Mae  Winning.  "Weekenders" at the float, and "Wel  come Pass" by Dorothy Hall and Marjorie  Morgan's "Merry Island" carry nostalgic  memories of summer, but the vivid, happy  blues which predominate make one think  hopefully of next summer rather than wistfully back to the last one.  Mae Winning is also exhibiting a charming flower print and Ruth Stone's "Collage" is in complete contrast, a Picassolike design utilising scraps from shiny  magazine advertisements.  While you may find it doesn't appeal to  your orderly sense two very' small people  too young to have preconceived ideas were  quite fascinated.  The Gallery on Wharf Street is open  four days per week, Wednesday through  Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The  draw  for  the  apple  green hand  knit  sweater  took  place  at the  Gallery  Jshop in Secheit on Saturday, November 18.  ��� Miss   A.   de   Lange t picking ^the   winning  ticket, No. 87, Mr. R. Smurthwaite of Twin  Creeks. > ,  The Gallery committee is pleased to  announce that a 25c donation to tbe pent  fund will entitle "you- to a ticket on their  December draw to take, place on December  23, a handsome desk set, black and gold  pen mounted on a highly polished piece 'of  red Arizona Jasper and,.made by Mrs, T+  W  Ritchie of Selma Park. ' *,,.  t    ���  ���+���*���  Here To Serve You  jiju mi * hi niii'iin ii p ��� m |i t ii iir..���.-f*���  *fe*^:\  -:^  fevers r:i^��.'  'iffy" JV   . "P> ��.    J"_ aW    >     . 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I havo 22 years local residence  I havo 20 year* norvlca in tho Voluntoor  Firo Sorvlco of which 5 ycart wai  served as Firo' Chief.  I  haVo 4 years oxparienca ay Commis-*  ' ilonor  with  tho  Corporation  of tho  Village of Gibsons landing,  JL9B.PJ��?onHy actively,onaagqdjnt,,  Chamber of Commorca  Olbions Rod 6V Gun Club  Kiwanis Sorvlco Club  Royal Canadian Legion  AS A NOMINEE I SINCERELY ASK ALL ELIGIBLE VOTERS JO CAST  THRIR BALLOTS ON DECEMBER 9th, 1967 SO THAT WE CAN START  ON OUR SECOND CENTURY WITH A POSITIVE AND CONSTRUE  TIVE POLICY.     - ���'   my*  4 i*B-SWBW**fl��W.Mii U(i*fll t*i�� "Mf*!  ��>^��i  ,iy Mi^M%i\  FIRST CORRECT ANSfER DflAWN  Saturday, December 16fh .  WINS  AN ELECiM TRAIN VALUED AT $40.00  IN OUR  I CONTEST  * t \  ���EACH WEEK A CUUE WILL BE GIVEN TO WHAT AM I.  ���WHAT AM I, WILL BE DISPLAYED IN THE STORE.  ���WHAT AM I, WILL CHANGE PLACES OFTEN, '  .' ���'',,'  Enter as ofteri as you like, Bi^'only on these forms found. In the  ,    . .'     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Here I sit plum tared out waiting  for the'Peninsula Times paper to arrive  so'that.,I can find out what the square  dance was like at Port Mellon last Saturday night, but in the meantime, let me tell  you of our trip there and back.  ;I   missed  the  Centennial   square  dance  jamboree due to sickness and right, up to  the last day before the Port Mellon jamboree  it looked like I  was  going to kool  my heels at home again, but then I thought  'that if I could take pills to work by there  must be a way out. So.' I just took another  pill and away we went, only to have the  generator of the car stop working the other  side of Langdale.   Travelled on the battery.  enough to park the heap, but failed to start  it again.   This  created   a  bit  of a   worry  thru   the   night   but   I   did  find   a   square  dance friend who had a jeep and a set of  jumps.   I set to work and had one of the  best nights of square dancing in my nine  seasons    of    participating'   in    this    great  hobby of relaxation and  friendship.    Anyway." with the square dance over. I stepped  into   the   old   car.   hit   the   starter   and   it  started!    "Hurrah:"-   cried   my   wife  Peg.  "let's .go'".   So with a honk of the horn at  Harry   Robertson,   who   was   standing   by,  we took off and headed homeward.   Every  so often the generator light would come on  so we had quite an exciting trip.   By the  way:   we  got here all  right  but  I  would  like to thank the young fellow with the jeep  for offering to help.   Once I  had the old  girl running I thought it best to go quickly.  Anyway, thanks  to all  who  offered  their  help.  To return to the dance,  first pleasant  surprise was the hall itself.   On entering,  man what a sight! bales of hay were here  and there,  about six feet up the walls  a  string  of  hooded  lights  were  strung   and  under each light was displayed a full size  square dance skirt made of  crepe paper  and all colours.   This /was very effective.  Above this display at various angles, one  saw such things as old type hats, an^old_^  battered cream  can, barn broom,  one  of"^  hill-billy    Bud's    earthenware    moonshine  jugs,   lanterns,   lamps   of. long   ago,   still  working, an old sythe, not many of these  around, a double barreled shot gun, does  it still work? well I wasn't taking chances.  Every  time"' the caller  said  square  your  sets,  I  was  on  the  floor.    Up  near  the  ceiling, a net was strung with streamers  dangling and full of balloons.   At one end  of the hall one could see the back end of  an old chuck wagon heading west, com-  .....plete.^wth..,.p.ots..,_.an^_pans..:....,.p.n^the other   side  was. a   small   covered   wagon.    The  sound gave a fully modern wrap around  effect, it was terrific up on stage. Amongst  all   the   equipment   was   an   old   bearded  caller who I learned later was Bud Blatchford.   He had Jack Inglis and Harry Robertson to help him out.  .    Half way'thru the evening, the dancers  were asked to look on the back of their  admission  tags upon  which  was   written  the name of an animal'or bird.  The idea  was to find other members with the same  and    square   your   sets.    Well   what   a  shambles, one.lady came up'to me and  said  "moo",  I  said  "iiB  Polly  wants  a  cracker."  One had to fiild his partners by  the sound of the animator bird that you  were. I ��� .���*���������. '-���-  Supper time was smorgasbord time and  whoever was', the master sergeant of the  kitchien deserves a lot of praise, the food  was terrific,  every type of eats possible  ��� yereV'there.''::;..;:V'.,;.''.'���'': ��� 7������,'[��� ���'���'���":..i-'"'7.A:7  . Spot prizes were won by Ronnie Haner  arid Al Pelkey with seconds going to  Marguarite Sherman and Jack Warn,  ' Over eight sets were present, I believe'  there were about seventy dancers on the  floor, there was.so .much avtivity that it  was impossible to take an exact count and  it was sure nice to see square dancers of'  a. few years ago like Marg and Tom Lamb,  ,   Secheit; Anne and Jack Higgenson, Selma  Park; Joan and Jack Warn, Roberts Creek  and many others on the square dance floor  ' once again  ra9��9a��0KB^  PORT MELLON ANP Dfsffc COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION |  Sumdcsy, December 31st -10 p.mr^2 a.m.  BREAKFAST SERVED FROM 1.30 a.m.-4 a.m.  HANK MORRISON AND HIS BALLROOM ORCHESTRA  Tickets on sole at Community Hall, November 23rd from ?-9 p.m. - ^  Further soles to be announced. fe  Tickets $6.00 each ��� ��  Secheit Bowling  --���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH SCORE this week was by Don Caldwell for the Commercials with a nice 760  and for the ladies, two scores of 685 by  Lil McCourt and Bernice Bain. Other  scores:  SPORTS CLUB  . Donna Joe 265, 674, Red Robinson 283,  671, Arnold Jones-273, Pete Jorgenson 318,  657, Rod Lizee 605, Murial Irvine 237, 607,  /Steve Reiter i650.  LADIES, TUESDAY NIGHT  Lil   McCourt   260,   685,   Rose   Rodway  281.  LADIES, WEDNESDAY NIGHT  Lois   Bullis   620,   Martha   Reid   .332.-  WiDNESDAY, 10  p,N  Randy   Page   325,   Walter   Dooley   197,  Judy Sim 152, 274.  PENDER, NOV.  15  Bernice Bain 328, 685, Dennis Gamble  640, Bill Clayton 276.  COMMERCIAL  Nov. 9: Ron Pockrant 314. Nov. 2: Ron  Pockrant 305. Lionel McChaig 275, Joe  Fisher 295, Ron Pockrant 312 (753), Dennis  Gamble 281, Dave Trowse 306, Don Caldwell 279 (760).  Seeks Chair  First hat thrown into the ring in the  coming municipal elections is that of  Fred Feeney, presently village com-  rout^wn guests travelling with Chuck    missipner of .Gibsons, with four years  Cougars  Gibsons Cougars, coached by Norm  Christiansen   and   Mike   Musgrove  have  plenty  of  reserves but  when  they   met  Sechelt's  Timbermen  on  Sunday   they, couldn't   manage   to  break through the Division 7 team's  record of five shut outs and lost 4-0.  But  there's  always  another   game.  Standing,   from   left:    John   Sleep,  Bruce Hansen,  Steve Charlesworth,  Eric   Hansen,    Bruce   Green,    Pat  Chadwell, Stan Carson, Tom Zueff,  Cary   Bjornson,   Rob  Williams   and  Carson Stanley;   Front, Len Green,  Phil   Rinaldis,   Joe  August,   Randy  Marleau, Mick Marleau, Bryan Ed-  grenand Fred Verhulst.  Pegasus meet defeat  despite tough battle  PEGASUS F.C. lost to the reigning Pro-  ��� vincial Champs Sunday, on the Reservation Grounds, they lost 2-0, but played  well enough to have won against any other  team but Norburn Athletics.  Norburn  commanded   the   play  ih   the  opening minutes and the Pegasus goal had  a couple of narrow escapes.  Gradually, the  Pegs settled down and the spectators were  treated to a splendid display of soccer by  two very fine teams who had come to play  the game, without the rough stuff.    Both  teams  had  good   scoring  opportunities  as  play went from end to end.   It was Nor-,  burn  though  who  eventually   went   ahVaJ*^  when right half, Randle Corbitt, rattled'Ih^T ,._...,  rigging with a low drive which beat .JBob>A(��7g)  Watson who was  being screened.   Roland  August was Pegasus' most dangerous forward and only a fine save by Dave Burke  kept him from getting the equalizer' on a  hard low drive.  Half time. 1-0 for Norburn.  After the break Pegasus seemed to take  a long time to get back into the game, and  once more Norburn kept the defence busy.  As  in  the fiijst. half, ,the  Pegs   gradually  played their way back into the swing of  things, but.it was Norburn who came up  with a goal to make it 2*0.   Pegasus came  back and did put the ball in the net, only  for the referee to call it l/ack for off-side.  Full time score  Pegasus F.C.  0 Norburn  Athletics 2. .      Verdict: Win, lose or draw, this is the  type of game that will put soccer on the  map.  Well done both clubs.  Gibsons bowling  THIS WEEK'S high triples were Doreen  Crosby with 705, Maureen Smith with  702 and Frank Nevens with 715. High  singles were Irene Rottluff with 285 and  Art Holden with 289. The Gibsons 5 pin  Bowling Association weekly hidden score  draw went to Bill Ayres, Commercial  league; Grethe Taylor, Teacher's Hi league; Joan Whieldon and John Bates of the  Gibsons A league.  LADIES COFFEE  Janet Hart 552, Violet Pennier 510, Lorraine Werning 518, Marg Peterson 542,.'  Alice Day 518, Ann Johnson 579, Doreen  Crosby 671 (286),. Paulette Smith 535,  Marion Lee 582 (241), Hazel Wright 623  (236), Carol Kurucz 530 (237), Georgine  Macklam- 5097 Terry DelOng 555, r Irene  Rottluff 598 (288), Darlene Maxfield 549.  GIBSONS A a  Lorraine Werning 242, Norma Gaines  603 (253). Don Skinner 623, Carol McGiver���n.  642, Orville Shogan 628 (258), Don MacKay  656, Red Day 651 (242), Frank NevensV715  (240),  (274).  TEACHER'S HI  Vera Farr 240, Helen Girard 654, Bill  Ayres 602, Betty Fitzpatrick 246, Bob  Blakeman 646 (267), Jack Lowden 258, Leo  Daoust 253.  COMMERCIALS  r   Ron   Oram   251,   Lorne   Gregory   605,  yllis, flyston   641,   Doreen   Crosby   705  (244),   (240),   Maureen   Smith   762   (255),  PORT MELLON  Don MacKay 632 (283), Chris Wood 609,  Art Holden 287, Gerry Turenne 241,. Red  Day 609 (263), Alice Day 628, Gerry Rick-  aby 621 (265), Axil Hansen 648 (279).  JUNIORS  Shirley Hochne 259, Martin Kiewitz 332  (195), Wavnc Wright 398 (182), (216), Jim  Green 468 (209), (199), Brian McKenzie  332 (226).  BANTAMS  Erik Hansen 252, Randi Hansen 329  (205), Ian McKenzie 263 (166), Debbie  Sicotte 275 (188), Cindy Whieldon 250, Garry  Jenkins 245, Michael Armstrong 215, Debra  Pedneault 216, Randy Whieldon 305 (154).  be a  ^CTlCiU  minute  $an ta !  ���������i.:wm:  ;$:::Vk��:2*S:WS  Kv-sy-wwi  Give ��  PORTABLI  TYPEWRITER  this  Christ mas I  PARADE  *8995  J&  Weatherill from Roberts Creek were Alma  Turner from the Hay Loft Squares, Van.,  and Marg and Bob Guy, .Silver Saddles  Club in Burnaby. I hope they enjoyed the  evening as much as we did.  Yes, this was a square dance" to be  remembered for many, years to pome-qnd >  then some, How do I Ipow, well let!me  tell you, I was there and it was worth ev.ery  little minute of time In making ready to go  and the extra rest I will need to, have to  recuperate which 1 haven't, Unio for" anyhow, but If there was another tonight I  would be there, wouldn't you?  Red Skelton observes that by the time  a man finds greener pastures, hc can't  ���"climb the knee.  service behind him and now offering,  his services as chairman. Mi*. Feeney during his two terms,pn council  has proved himself an extremely  capable commissioner guided strictly  by his own views and observations.  Apart .from his council. duties,! he,;  plays an active* part.as a member of  the- Gibsons Kiwanis, }s-a member of  tho Chamber of Commerce, Rod and  Gun Club and for many years has  been one of thp mainstays of the  Gibsons Volunteer, Firemen. During  the war he served with the Royal  Canadian Air Force and for the past  twenty or so years has been employed with'tlio B.C. Telephone Company.  e ��JMt*m.��k��itt, lift flW��t-w <W(-i��-T��tJsMn��. ���>i  ',.  ���r  SL cf /f jewellers  Cowriq St., Scchclt, B.C. - Ph. 885-9420  mittx, 1Wtf*t,'S&rp,'/imm4* t*i��-tfi,'ririmnmiit��it i.i iit->)>Ky^..'*^r*/  We have new supplies of  wonderful gift items arriving daily.  Drop in and browse through our  fine stock of jewellry and related  ^^gi iff ���* I i -rt^^���--���-������-���  Plus 20 games for $20 each  All prizes will go  Place Elphinstone High School Auditorium  lime - Saturday, December 11967 at 8 p.m.  ;:���;?:���������*���>:���>>**>"������ ��;?_*>*���;  W^^^^.^Mi' i%&&*  ROYAL PARADE  FEATURES  Exclusive touch control - Full-size keyboard ��� 2 colour rib*  bon ��� Stencil cutter -  1, 1 Vz, 2 line spacing ��� Choice of co-  low--*- Red. Grey. Blue  ��� Distinctive all-purpose case ��� Paper  guide.  EASY TERMS  let  HAS A  SECRET!  the secret OUTl  m  ������������������; and wc cont  .  .^^E ARE SOWE CLUES    ��� *  *,%'. Port-We* . R0Y AL 5 V**' *����a��X<��'  . i   Your ch��!<�� " x.  1 |tV.ll cbs�� *69;95. _��-th'aH 3 WEEKS.   $|;  ^*-*-l��^.^^.r*-ft  It it meets yo��" "  pORTAB  LE  nm,  *m  AU  f  Hom  KOJLL '^' nrAnv  ACTION  mSTB^^Wc^I  SAFARI (s  Fomii,  VSW?��W ���.������'.������������.  ���vW'-'ivW'. !',v ViVi^ * <���    '***\  *w.so  WMk  if.',,.  ^i&M  't'i'J'W |V*''* "'���'*'��� M**l.'*lisi*sM^ffli^^W**t*i**��  ��� %y  EK  i  yr Gents' Signet ^ Rings ��� _  "k Ladies' Alaska Black  Diamond Rings  ic Wrist Watches; hulova,  Ro/ex and other  famous makes.  Card - 3 for $5.00  *'���'���}<'$'���:&?'���!���''*'���    '<$'M$  m  paragraph ln��J�� ^ ^  kS.  mmm*  Reserve your card by mailing a self  , addressed envelope together with  $5.00 cheque or money: order to;  Kinsmen Bingo -Box 22 Gibsons  or any member at the door.  0|  ,*,  tv,0 colour 'riMw'W  ���-        ,h��i "porsonal P,ort"p' ;0ioM(. ribbon -..���-  The Times  Scchclt ^8B5;9654  ���-���--^^  im  I'.w-ll'^^i'      '���'���' "" '   J.  , I    ��+ *,A fA\f ��� ��� a i-.ji.iH'y-V',  */  .  a.. v a a  ,..   ,. * a. ia  a   f, -J -/;.**��� Ji*-* j*'*W- 9 v-1M�� ->Jp-��>- ��.-> ��ajSa��>aW^<r 4>-<il-yyikJif4A^9>*V->'^ $i��'IS*qt*friir<*.,s i^ilpy>*^z,.#i^fr��^yA>y^^^,^^^.,f*^^^ytA.fy ���%,, r *, Jja-zsj*. ^, ^, _ it,,, ^^.j.^i^A^iy. ^, yyV ,  a^a-a��-aia-1* *~* ~ a*^* *'  - ia-^-aa-V-vi- *-��� ii*-!?"la V^a  "I**  '*!Wa^iIi>a-aCi>.''��'  -*-  -"���-^^ '  Other business . ��� .  <\  ,'s proposed plans  questioned! byJ school  SCHOOL trustees dispatched general bus- the school; this bus has to go to Elphiri-1  iness  in rqcord  time,   at last ^week's stone too.<   "We can keep'on doing-this  meeting'of the board:  committee reports until we'have door tb door trahspprtaiionV'*  were negligible and no school principals stated   Mr.   Johnson.   Secretary;treasurer.  were present.               �� Peter Wilson "observed that if willfafeq ����  Trustees   granted   permission   for   the *"  *"MJ       '"'         -^>-'���-'������"-'-  temporary  borrowing of $250,000  so  that  construction, could ptoceed at Elphinstone  and Langdale schools without interruption.  necessary  to (build a" drive-way" into \ tae  yard for the bus to turn, t ".-"A_r}  Trustee Johnson expressed his intention  of explaining the situation to Mrs. Lalrd^  The money will only be borrowed when    "Are you hoping to' talk her out of, it,''  needed and until more debentures are sold    queried the Superintendent. ,    A  by the provincial government. /  Mrs. Joan Rigby has been appointed  returning officer for the forthcoming election of school trustees, having had experience in the Federal field. Trustees whose  terms of office expire this year are: Chairman Joe Horvath, Celia Fisher, Don Douglas and Mrs. Peggy Volen who represents  the Village of Gibsons. Nomination of candidates closes'"at noon on Friday of this  week.  PRINCIPAL ABSENT  Letter to the board from Mr. M. Mactavish, Principal of Roberts Creek School,  stated that he will be absent on B.C.  Teachers', Federation business and will  employ substitute teachers during.his absence whose salary he will pay and claim  from B.C.T.F. Chairman Joe Horvath  observed that the board must approve the  substitute tieacl^B^rsraMtri^tee Peggy  Volen stated that (the board should know  -how much time the Principal intends to  occupy tins' way.  Regarding attendance of school principals at board meetings, ,Superintendent  Gordon Johnson stated that principals' reports should concern education not incidental matters which could be reported to  the secretary-treasurer. Chairman Joe  iHorvath suggested that such reports be  ^submitted before board meetings and if  "discussion is needed at the meetings the  principals could be so notified.  EDUCATION MEETING  Superintendent Gordon Johnson stated  that the monthly Education Meeting will  be held at Elphinstone Secondary School at  7:30 p.m. on Monday, November 27th. This  will be the second in the series dealing  with children who do not fit into the school  system.  lt is understood that the revival of the  Secheit   and DistricMRetarded   Children's ���  Association is contemplated and that a committee will be formed at this meeting.  SAFE AND SENSIBLE  Mrs. Gladys Laird, Principal of Davis  Bay School has requested that the board  gives serious consideration to the Davis  Bay bus driving into the school for unloading and picking up children. Where the  bus stops at present there is no shelter for  children who hive to wait until 3:20 to be  picked' up. The only safe and sensible  place for them to wait is at the school,  stated Mrs. Laird.  In reply to the Chairman's query as to  why this could not be done. Transportation  Chairman. Leo Johnson, stated that the run  is illegal in the first place afernost of the  clfadrtnOliv-j-irttfita  Timetam^Cis^importantjand- another five  minutes would be lost if the bus went to-  REPORTS  Reporting in writing from Madeira  Park J Principal Ken Powers informed'the  board that a car had driven across the  school grounds tearing up .the turf. Secheit  Principal, Mr. W. JEteid, reported that a  grade five boy arrived late at school after  having been attacked and punched by two  teen-aged boys. Mr. M. Mactavish of  Roberts Creek reported a break-in and  Gibsons Principal, Mr. G. Cooper reported  that boys had been seen climbing pn the  roof of the school during the weekends. In  the first three instances the RCMP had  been notified and were investigating.  CONFUSION  Mr. Jack Warn wrote stating that there  seemed to be a mix up concerning the  evenings that Elphinstone gymnasium  would be available for roller skating and  there now appeared to be no evening when  it is free. There is tremendous interest in  skating and something like $4,000 worth of  skates had been ordered. Trustees will see  if arrangements can be made whereby  Gibsons Elementary School gym. can be  used one evening a week leaving Elphinstone free for the roller skating experiment. It is preferred that Elphinstone be  used for skating as it is already badly  marked and will need resurfacing when the  gym is enlarged,  TRAFFIC HAZARD  Commenting on the hazardous condition  on Highway 101 at the intersection on North  and School Roads, Mr. Peter Wilson observed that it will take one child to die  there before any action is taken. Department of Highways seems more concerned  with keeping traffic moving than with the  safety of pedestrians.  Trustee Peggy Volen reported seeing  one car stopping at the crosswalk for children and other^carsswinging-aroun^  turn off North Road. If a child stepped  back, there would be a tragedy, stated the  trustee who had observed this happen frequently,after the student traffic patrol had  left.  The Department of Highways had been  approached about a traffic light at the  intersection but did not-seem to favour it.  Mr. Leo Johnson observed that he got the  impression that there was more concern  over the maintenance of the light than by  the actual installation. Trustee Don Douglas felt that the RCMP should pay more  attention tp this corner especially between  3-3:30 p.m. when Mrs: Volen reported the  incidents occurred.  The Peninsula Time? '   .Page, 7  Wednesday, November 22, 1067  ������ii |-  ais  i . Peace  If Mackenzie Riding's MLA and^  Minister without Portfolio, v Mrs.T  Isabel Dawson is going to smoke tiie;  Peace Pipe with all the dissenters-in;  the Riding, she is going to be''a -  mighty sick person. But, to be;,  serious, Mrs. Dawson is working  hard and devoted her own holidays"  P'pe  time to'visit the Harbotfr and listen.  to any complaints. However, there  seemed to be few and the Peace Pipe  shared with President of Pender  Harbour and District Chamber of  Commerce, Mr. John Haddock, was  not really necessary.  'Wake up' address .  LC. tourism like golden  eggs  ; goose fafmg  <<WAKE UP British Columbia" was 'tiie  /theme of the address givten by Wiliiafm  B. Pattison, president of Delta Properties  Ltd. to delegates to the Provincial Tpurist  JVdvisory Council conference in Prince  George. * j  v Mr. Pattison, recently returned from a  "round the world junket", was speaking of  l}is personal experience through the trained  eye of a major accommodation operator  He likened tourism in this province to  an "under-nourished goose that is laying  golden eggs", and stated" thatAve^can-iib  longer rely on our scenic attractions aldhe  to bring visitors. He pointed out that places^  with comparable scenery, like New Zealand, Japan, India and Bolivia were becoming more accessible with the adyettt  of ~the "Jumbo" jets which can carry  passengers foir as little' as one cent a mil&T  MORE LEISURE  This, combined with the fact that people  have more discretionary income and leisure time, is making the world a more  competitive market place. "The day when  Grey Owl was our best tourist ambassador  is" gone forever," he said.  - "We take pride in the fact that approxi  mately 100,000 'visitors came here from  California last year, a- relatively easy  jaunt. But in the same period, 25,000 Cali-  fornians travelled to Hong Kong���a somewhat, more strenuous undertaking.  ACTION  ''Visitors want to go where the action  is,'- he said, noting that in winter months  B.C. could take a leaf from swinging London with its backdrop of rain and-smog.  Among the "simple things" he advocated  for British Columbia were:   .  -Z$ei^  for Victoria police.  ���knowledgeable liquor store attendants  who care. .   -  ���customs officials who appear to be  glad to see visitors.  c^a free port in British Columbia;  ���lakes set aside for fly fishermen only,  with gang-trolls and motor-boats prohibited.  The conference, sponsored by tiie new  B.C. Department of Travel Industry, meets  twice annually for the purpose of exchanging ideas between private business, communities- and. government departments interested in tourism.  H*����V����**H��l����l��llll��UII��l����H��IH����IHII��IIH*|l  'St. John's United Church  Women!  PRE-CHRISTMAS  BAZAAR and TEA  2:00 p.m.  Wednesday, Nov. 29,'67  Wilson Creek Community Hall  Home-cooking - Sewing - Plants-  White Elephant Booth etc.  COME, MEET YOUR FRIENDS  FOR TEA..  Lmnum<unM��-UM��***<*.-**��.'*.��i��*w�� ��� ���-*��*����* tMW-wwj*.-****  VILLA  WINES  i��f fcsraJe��s5tiHaW*'|fttJit��  V:  New sign  Pender Harbour and District Chamber of Commerce have posted this  new sign at Earl's Cove. This busy  Chamber gets things done, including  a road frorti Garden Bay to Irvine's  Landing; a spar buoy with reflectors  at Indian Islands; a Staff Sergeant  from tlio RCMP is visiting the area  to discuss a possible detachment  there and a deputation of fishermen  is pressing for continuation of the  subsidy on dog-flshlng.  t��eMflw*whu��i*>wi^Wfi#(st***i>  so delightful anytime^  by Ilia Manor tonltnl Uonraor by III* Govs.nmin.  ' ol millili Columbia.  GcorRo Bornnvd Shi\w ono dny received  ��n invitation from �� colobrlly huntor:  "liMly X will bo nt homo Thuwlny botweon  four 'nnd',six;",' Tho author returned 'tho  card; underneath ho hnd written: "Mr;  Bernard Khnw likewise,"  -v  Life Jnsu ranee isgood foryou  in so many ways  ��� guaranteed security  ��� lifetime income at retirement  ��� mortgage protection  ���fund* for emergencies  SSL*  _ i^ff-i- |  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public notice is Hereby ^iven to the electors of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District that I require the presence of the said electors at thei  Regional District Office, - Dayis Bay, on Monday the 27th day of  November, 1967 at the hour of ten'o'clock in the forenoon, for the  purpose of electing persons to represent them as Directors fpr a two  .year.term, ���    . . ...... ,���������< 7     The mode of nomination of candidates shall bo as follows:���  ��,Candldatos.shall.beVnomlnated,ln-wrlHng.by-.two.duly*9ualified,electors-  of the RegloQ-al District. The nomlnaton-paper shall be delivered to the  ReturnlngtOfficer at any time between the date of this notice and noon  of the day of nomination. The nomincition-papor may be in the form  proscribed In the Municipal Act, and shall state the name, residence,  ' and occupation of the person nominated ih such manner as to sufficiently Identify such candidate. The nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will bo opened at:  Electoral Aroa "D"  Roberts Creek Scihool  Electoral Area "E"  Gibsons Elementary School  Electoral Area "F"  ���Uangdale-School ��������-���~������~ ��-  Granthams Community Hall  ivuuvai i   C,   U*J  TMR  Great - West Life  /\ai3U',ANGR COMPANY  G-ro  your fcoy to Guaranteed financial securttw  For further Information Yrnt��.T*v  ���   Do* 600 GIBSONS  Electoral Aroa "A"  Madeira Park School  Hospital Cottago Clubhouse,  Garden Bay  Eiamont School *  Electoral Aroa "B"  "V/est~Sec"Holt���5cliool   ^ |     ^  Holfmoon Bay Post Office  Electoral Area "C"  Whittaker Block, Davis Bay  finT \Ho^f6T��inoori~qncJ'' "^gKt"b'cibcK* in the Qjftomow^r'whicfi'w^  pertbn Is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand  at Davis Bay  this Thirteenth  day of  November, 1967,  CHARLES F. GOODING,  Returning Offlcor  |. ���s*!^**(*��,(����fw*il(*it(.u  (  *  'P"  Sleepy drivers  are major hazard  DOCTORS have a special name for falling  asleep or becoming, drowsy at the wheeL  It is hypothalamus exhaustion, the phenomenon that causes a> driver's mental  faculties to slip'into the "sleep centre" of  the brain after several hours on the.highway.Jiist why this happens is still largely  a mystery although, according to a report  in Bus & Truck Transport by assistant  editor ��� - Steve Duncan,. research ; has discovered, how any driver can spot the symptoms Of approaching hypothalamus exhaustion, and effect a. cure.  The tell-tale signs of approaching hypothalamus exhaustion are: susceptibility to  cairelesshes's..' muscle spasms, jeirking and  straightening the legs; Sudden talking in a  loader Voice; sudden jerking-of the steering  wheel or stabbing at the brake peidal '^th-  out apparent reason, Indlcatihg the driver  is "seeing things"; nodding, yawning and  blinking; increased speed,.in bursts, or a  marked slowdown without reason: driving  too close to vehicles ahead, then braking  suddenly.  To stop hypothalamus exhaustion ,the  driver should stop at the soonest oppor-  tuhityf roll" Wsr head' in"'"a^complfete^ciiid'e  three times in each direction, then' take  several deep breaths, exhaling by short  bursts  through  tightly  drawn lips.  ���.With Your Neighbours  FOLLOWING fifteen months in Europe,  . Miss Linda Yates is,home again with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates o��  Selma Park. Linda left Vancouver in  August 1966 ,and travelled across Canada  by train to, Montreal, then continued by  ship, CunardLine, to Southampton and on  to London for two days. 1  She continued her trip by plane to  Amsterdam where she joined Elaine Gibb  of Roberts' Creek and Dianne and Karen  Unruh of Vancouver. The four girls hired  a car and travelled through a Germany,  Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Southern France  and Spain to Gibraltar. They .then drove  to Paris where Linda parted, with >her  friends who continued their round-the-globe  voyage, and she returned to England where  she worked as a secretary for twelve'  months.      ] ���  During this period she > spent two weeks  in Scotland, Ireland and Wales and made  a second tripjto Germany, where she visited  Mr. and Mrs. David BithelL Mrs. Bithell  is the former Anne Morrison of- Secheit  whose husband is with the Canadian ,armed  forces in Hemer, Germany.  While in England, Linda met and became engaged to Mr. Graham W* M. 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The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, November 22. 1967
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Happenings Aro
ON NOVEMBER 10th the Junior Sadie
- Hawkins Dance was held in our gymnasium. Although the dress for the dance
was supposed to be "Sadie Hawkins" style,
only a few dressed that way. It took a
while to get most of the juniors dancing,
but with Steve McCourt and John Barnes
playing everyone's favourite, records, the
brave ones managed to coax the others
onto the floor. Mr. Yablonski and Miss
Kawasi gathered enough people, together to
have a limbo competition. When 10:30 p.m.
came around everyone seemed reluctant to
go after having such a great time. Many
thanks go to the students and teachers who
organized this event.
The next dance will be on December 15.
As it will be our Christmas dance, the
seniors and juniors will get together for
their only mi^ed dance of the year. With
the whole school behind them, the committee who organize this should have no
trouble in making this a huge success. As
our last dance was such.a social success,
we are able to have another band. We
have a contract for Billy Dixon and the
Accents, an eight piece band.
As we had hoped, Elphinstone will be
host to a volley-ball tournament on the
25th of November.
This week, report cards came out. The
marking on the first report is not always
expected to be high. As we have not covered too much material at this stage, the
standards for letter grades are higher than
they usually are for the next report cards.
To get an "A" on the first report is more
difficult, in most cases, to maintain than
it would be to have a lower letter grade
and then work harder towards building
your marks up. This does not mean that
you should not work as hard the first time,
in fact,; just Uie exact opposite. We have
a.-few!words to some of the seniors who
we're maybe disappointed in not receiving
the. aew .'/hot pink" colored report. They
are entirely different from the green card
of the seniors. Elphinstone really has gone
"far-out" in her colors. Who would ever
have dreamed that the report cards would
be-a'bright color. Maybe next year the
seniors Will be blessed with such a color.
; On/Friday during the last ten minutes
of vtfte day, room reps distributed school
photographs. This year, although most
pictures   turned   out   well,   the   coloring
—by Rob Boyes and Marilyn Hopkins
seemed a little dark. Maybe the photographers didn't like "our highly colored
Construction at our school is progressing. The library atop the typing room, the
electrical and physics room and the com- .
mercial section are expected to be ready
for use by spring. Plans are in preparation
for an addition to our gymnasium,-which
is badly needed, a music room and a revision to the office area.
This week there is a correction to the
smoking situation which we discussed last
week. We were wrong in saying that there
is to be no smoking allowed in or on school
grounds, at school functions or in the vicinity of the school. The vicinity is left up
to the discretion of the head of the school.
Obviously, this had been misinterpreted by
us, other students and we understand, a
few teachers. After all, with so many new
rules appearing one can't be blamed for
getting mixed up. If juniors are seen
smoking, a note will be sent home to their
parents for their protection. Overheard in
the hallway Friday, after the home-room
bell rang, a group of junior boys racing
down the hall muttering under their breath,
"We can't get caught."
Comm unify Association
slates New Year dance
HANK Morrison and his ballroom orchestra
will   be   featured   at   the  Annual   Port
Mellon and District Community Association
New Year's Eve Dance which will be held
on Sunday, December 31st from 10 p.m. to
2 a.m.
Complete breakfast will  be  served  at
the  Seaside  Cafeteria from 1:30  a.m.  to
4 a.m.
Tickets will be on sale in Port Mellon
Community Hall on  Thursday,  November
23rd  from  7-9  p.m.   at $6.00  per  person.
Further ticket sales will be announced at
a later date.
Earl's Cove activity
The new ferry slip is in place at Speaking at Pender Harbour last
Earl's Cove, made of steel with con-* week, MLA Isabel Dawson said this
crete piling it will replace the old "is in keeping with the overall im-
structure on the left. A large new provement in ferry terminals and it
parking area has been prepared is hoped eventually to have a double
which will eliminate the dangerotis service operating from Earl's Cove,
traffic   line-ups   on   the   highway.     -  .      ' ..
Education emphasized » v >
Joint study for municipal
financing urged by UBCM
Health Tips
A pretty young student nurse and a
doctor had just broken their engagement.
"Do you mean to tell me," exclaimed
her girl friend, "that he actually asked
you to give back all his presents?"
"Not only that," sniffed the young
nurse, "he just sent me a bill for forty-
four visits!"
DELEGATES to the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention at Prince George
approved, by a split vote, a recommendation that the union ask the government to
join with it in making a detailed study of
provincial-municipal financial relationships.
The recommendation place particular
emphasis on education costs.
An amendment calling for the union to
go ahead with the study itself, if the government   refuses   to  participate,   was   de-
Last April the union's executive adopted
a stronger attitude, saying it would proceed with or without the government. But
it was unable to find a competent Canadian
financial expert who was available at this
time to make the $50,000 study.
"If we make a study on our own, it
wouj'I be a waste of time," said Maple
Ridge Reeve Peter Jenewein. "We could
spend $70,000 on the.report and the government would only throw it away."
Victoria's Mayor Hugh Stephen said he
was disappointed that the union was backing away from the stand, taken by the
executive in April. He said the organization must become a fighting union and
must have its own royal commission intq
financing if the government is not prepared
to co-operate.
Saanich Reeve Hugh Curtis, a member
of the executive, said he had endorsed the
stand taken in April but now, on reconsideration, he had changed his mind and felt
more could be. achieved with government
Meanwhile local government officials
reacted in a variety of ways to Municipal
Affairs Minister Campbell's proposal to
establish a standardized tax bill in B.C.
Some officials said the idea might be
a good one, but others said it looked like
a move toward a "government propaganda
The minister said the purpose of the
bill would be to educate taxpayers as to
what their local funds were being used for.
Eventually, hei said, the goyernm
even require municipalities to itemize each
individual tax notice, showing how much
the property owner pays for sewers, street
lighting, road, parks and other services.
"If the corner grocer can do it, why
not the municipality?" Campbell said in
an interview later.	
Campbell said he has rejected proposals
that school boards issue their own tax
notices. The new standardized bill, which
must still be endorsed by the legislature,
would show general government and education costs separately^-as bills in most
municipalities already do—but it would also
show the provincial homeowner grant de-
deducted from education taxes.
In a Victoria press conference, Premier
Bennett said he has dropped his plans to
introduce separate school and municipal
\ak bills for property owners. Public reaction to the idea was opposed, 90-10.
The premier said he was instead exploring the possibility of introducing " a
''master tax bill" clearly showing the
arhount of school taxation, general purpose
taxation, and the provincial homeowner
grant. , ■
Canadian Medical Assoc.
z Pain in the left side of the chest can be
due to many causes, according to The
Canadian Medical Association.
The. pain located directlyv over the heart
is usually due to causes other than heart
Pain that is cardiac in origin must often
occurs directly in the centre of the chest
behind the sternum or breast-bone. It is
usually related to exertion, the pain coming on with exercise and. diminishing or
disappearing with rest. It may also carry
over to the neck, lower jaw and arms—
particularly the left arm.
Because the heart is situated in the left
chest, any pain originating in this area
causes the average person a certain
amount of anxiety. We 'are all concerned
about heart disease. In fact there are
many conditions that cause pain in the
left chest. The "painful anterior chest
wall" is a well-recognized clinical condition^ Also, ^ any ^disease of_, the left lung,,
the pleural lining;' of the lung, the ribs, the
small muscles between the ribs, nerves, fat
or skin, could cause pain in the left side
of the chest. Even diseases outside the
chest, including ulcers and gall bladder
disease, can sometimes be felt in the left
The C.M.A. says that early attention by
the family physician is the best solution
to the problem of chest.pain. All chest
pains should be diagnosed, because some
of the causes are serious.
True expert
Editor^ The Times:
Sir .'—By . definition, an expert is- Someone  who  comes  from  fifty  miles   away.
Last" week'this ihyth was shattered by Mr.
Ross Gibson when he spoke pn his experiences in the Northern Arctic to audiences
at Eender Harbour, Secheit and Gibsons.
A man who has lived for seven years with
the Eskimo becomes no mean authority on
his subject.   Those, of us who heard, him
speak could not help but be impressed by
his modest account of his efforts to establish a group of Eskimos in a  previously
,u.ninliabited area of the extreme north.
• '   The pioneering; blood which established
one of the first settlements on the Peninsula obviously still runs strong.
The .Arts Council would like to express
its thanks to Mr. Gibson for sharing his
experiences with us.
Corresponding   Secretary.
Express thanks    •
Editor, The Times:
Sir.—Branch 140 Royal Canadian Legion
Poppy " Fund committee wish to express
their thanks to all who so generously subscribed tO/ the recent Poppy Fund campaign and assisted in every way.
. Welfare Officer. to Branch 140,
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