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Also.in-attendance���-  5 to pLLtnn Sltal a^harle.s traveU- was B.C.*��s .minister of health, the-Hon. W.  ^mv,   a   ���     ton Iast week t0 attend the    D- Black.    .'  Ho%i^S7aUoCnhVenti0n ^ *��� B'��- '     W�����S   the   banquet^ entertainment .  f   four fmi days work from early morning    S^dVen,by *���;"-�� ^cers.from New  fornfaLn1 ^ pr��V!?ed *. .wealth of in" ' .Outstanding  speakers -included  Deputy  Hpfrfiv L ff  and  asslstance  to   aU. Minister of Hospital Insurance D. M. Cox,  banaS/S! ��rrM thf ^nch?��ns and" **��� Resell A.  Nelson,, president  of the  6 Si St Mary's Hospital Aux- Johns Hopkins Hospital! Baltimore, Mary-  th^��-Ti��S* P/eSeiJ.ted-_ WitlL a CUP. winning land; Miss Mary Richmond, director of  niLrJ I -L 7*. beul h0SPital auxiUary nursing, Vancouver Qeneral Hospital and  52? ! fs"bmitted in tbe under-35>bed hos- Mr,,K. Wiper, administrative officer, Hos-  pital category. pital Insurance Service.  Representative shocked . . .  Lands Gprnpany  epiores garbage  VU|1WVJPIII'SVII - 7 '4 i   a       Serving the'SunShingCoost,'(HoWe'So^^feryis'lnlet). including Por tMellon, Hopkins Londing, Gronhom's Unding/Glbjonti Roberts Creek,  3omeV700'Wrwns�� were seated  at  the     -W^on O^M&PaWtSefatf Secret Co^ve, Pender Horbour, Modeiro^ork-; Kleindole, lp��n<sl^ndin^J^n Coye, Egmont. ~  1?REVlQi0SI-Y criticized as an eyesore and  healtli hazard, the Secheit garbage dump  was the subject of. a: letter -from Secheit  Lands Ltd., owners of the property, who  Informed council that during a recent visit  to the area, a mertber of tae company  was shocked at" the conditions existing at  the dump..;  It was pointed out that agreement between council and the company is that on  expiration of the'lease, Uie property will  be cleaned up, compacted and earth fill  piled over the refuse. Council was reminded of its obligations and asked to  comply with the agreement.  Clerk Ted Raynor told council he had  spoken to a company representative and  explained the condition resulted from the  long dry summer which curtailed burning  worth   attempting to ;do Tahything   b-fore  spring and was told by Comm. Clarke that  the building is used and-it willbe advisable -  to get it in operation again.  HIGHWAY POND  Oh the advice of Comm. Morgan Thompson it was agreed to write the Highways  Department pointing out that work carried  out to eliminate an oversized piiddle fronting the Standard Service Station was riot  yet satisfactory. The Commissioner explained that additipnal asphalt is. required  in order that water .will flow across the  highway to the drain-away. Also, work is  required, at the roadside on McDermid's  coriier where pot-holes exist.  . Hlgr| fashion  It was "high jinks" at the ".Wdcomk- Duff and Bert James.  Modeling the    Pminnil   dnnatac $9(1  permits Beach Community Hall last-Satur-   free-and-easy fashion of the future is   wUlulUU UUIiQICO ��p��iU  Three anniiraHon.; fm* hniiHin-^ nprmit��;   day when the ineft proved fhag'Qit%* Fritz Leuchte.   The fashion parade    1 J - -     x  and.buWozing, He said ^ company ap^   addf subSteSy to $i^^ZJS^A   ^ nioderClbi^s -just.as well^   which preceded the social evening    IOWarCl SWIEI PrOjeGI  preciated the situation but would hke con-    already under way in Secheit.   They in-    Twiggy. Believe; it or riot, but seated   put everyone in a merry mood for r     '  firmation  m   writing  that  the   necessary    eluded an $18,000 rhome, a double garage    are  glamorous  models i   GuyXfeaT-T   the Thanksgiving weekend.  Jim  Cooper,  Ray Marshall, Hugh  work will be carried out as soon as possible.  yComm. L; Hanson reported that burning  has already started at the dump but asked  did council have to accept responsibility  for covering with fill. Chairman Swain  stated council naturally has to honour its  agreement.  When completed, the Secheit Lands  Company plans to erect signs at either end  of the dump prohibiting dumping and will  have the area policed for some time afterwards.  Comm. Hanson then suggested he be  given permission to obtain services of a  bulldozer at the dump. He was told by the  clerk that a resolution to this effect had  already been passed.  AIRPORT  Reporting on the Airport, Comm. Thomp-  and a $28,000 addition to the medical clinic.  All were approved.  Approval was also given, a subdivision  already approved ind dedicated as the site  of a Senior Citizens Homes complex, scheduled for an early start, and located adjacent to the Secheit Elementary School.  Many protests?,".V,"  programme  -iravelled lelchef ridictiioiis sc^' secretary  L -" "L "ll   A   A M.       DISCUSSING-the withdrawal^f the travell-*  DnilQS   J3dlll6I   10   COdSl ing dental cWnics in the Sechelt-Gibgdns  BALLET classes will be starting soon in  Secheit,   under  the   direction  of  Sally  Shore, a licentiate of the Royal; Academy  in England. '  Sally   and   her  family   have   come   to  settle on the Sunshine Coast after travelling  area at last week's Union Board of Health  meeting, Secretary Treasurer of School  District No. '46, Peter Wilson, stated;\that  the presence'of a permanent dentist^dtoes*  riot make up. for the absence of the school  dental program. ,_A  fiyioK lessons75Utafr AvTlaSriT ha^i ^dbri-  "   The-^ottttg-SMHer, teacfier fbpgan ;$ef���   5  ated $100 toward cost of grading the runway, "it was in such a bad condition that  the D.O.T. was quite concerned and had  threatened to close it down unless something, was done, however, it is now reasonably good," he said.  HACKETT PARK  Commissioner Ray Clarke t&ld council,  vandals have bc<?n busy again at Hackett  Park and toilet vents were' plugged with  rocks." They had also found their way into  both men*s jand ladies' toilets leaving them  in a mess, a lock had been torn off the  men's room arid in general Work was required to clean the building up.  The  Chairman  asked   whether  it  was  PW^7W^^'  dancing career in Africa whence she  went to London where she studied further  with the Royal Ballet and the Royal Academy- of Dancing;  Before leaving London she obtained her  teacher's diploma and on her return be*;  came principal of a large ballet school in  East Africa.  Now she has come to Secheit to teach,  arid .together  with Miss; Anne Gordon of  Vancouver plans to start a ballet school  in the area, ���        a  Classes begin next Saturday morning at  St. Hilda's Chlirch Hall where enquiries  can be made. Further information is listed  in the advertisement which appears in this  issue of the Peninsula Times.  During  19654966 the. travelling dentist  andnBOwW^Islatid;: ThiOear the^rol  covered the Peri'der Harbour area pijly.  There is a resident dentist in Gibsons* out  he appears to be either overworked, understaffed or both, stated Mr. Wilson who  added that it. is almost impossible to-get  an appointment even for the most urgent'  treatment. ;  Mr. Wilson who. appeared at the meeting to back up /alette^ written to the  Coast-Garibaldi .Unionv Board of Health by  the Board of School Trustees, further stated  that it seems ridiculous that the school,  travelling dental program is considered no  longer necessary in. this area.  School   trustee   Mrs,   Celia   Fisher,   enquired as to the feasibility of operating-the  school dental program with the resident  dentist. Chairman of the meeting J. M.  Ford of Powell River SchoolADistrict ob  served that the program Was dropped in  his district because dentists make more  money privately than under the school  program.  iSechelt Village Commissioner Adele de  Lpoge, observed that there is no resident.  dlfatist in the Secheit area where there are  SECHELT Village Council agreed to a donation of $20 at the last regular meeting  toward cost of entertaining those involved  with the Nanaimo-SecheltAswim -which;  took place Aug. 13 and resulted in two  swimmers making the crossing for the  first time.  Letter from the Secheit Chamber of  Commerce pointed out that the. project had  brought good publicity to the area,~ a cup  had been "puu"chasdiV^  as a combined Chamber of Commercer-  Centennial Committee Challenge Cup and  it had cost about $60 to entertain swimmers arid those accompanying them.  Commissioner L. Harison asked if any  members" of council were present or was  someone else getting all. the honors. The  chairriian, Bill Swain, said he had been  asked to attend and felt the whole thing  was good advertising worthy of support.  The Chamber of Commerce was repre  Photographic display  extended for one week  BECAUSE of the interest in Dennis Gray's  photography display at the Art Council's  GaUery Shop in Secheit, Mr. Gray has  agreed to extend the show for. a week until  Oct. 14. '-'     *  To the documentary series a of aAl>ay  in September," a photographic record of a  day's fishing, Mr. Gray has added tjwo  sunrise views of Gibsons harbour and a  series of local landscapes with verse, originally produced for last year's Art in Actioii  happening.  Arts Council Gallery committee wish to  thank all those who supported the; bake  sales in Secheit and Gibsons. The proceeds  ���$32.00 in Secheit and $36.00 in Gibsons-  will cover Gallery expenses for one month.  The help of the manager and assistants of  Elphinstone Co-op was appreciated.  Magistrate discounts  deer on highway plea  KENNETH Lee Luttrell of Halfmoon Bay,  appeared before Magistrate Charles Mittelsteadt last week and pleaded not guilty  to a charge of driving without due care  and attention. He was charged on September "26 following investigation of an incident at Halfmoon Bay involving an auto  which had left the highway ending up in  the ditch.  Luttrell told the court he had slowed  down to avoid a deer crossing in front of  him, instead of crossing the highway into  the bush it turned and recrossed thus causing him to swerve off the highway. He went  onto the soft shoulder, struck a rock and  was thrown out of hi s. vehicle which continued some distance before running into  the ditch.     .-. '  ^tansteblei,^ stated tire  marks indicated no skid marks but that  it had travelled'about 250 yards along the  soft shoulder before going into the ditch.  Nothing showed'any signs of swerving as  alleged by the accused;  Magistrate Mittelsteadt said he considered the"chargfepro^di^and that it was obvious LuttreE "did not re-act in a normal  manner had there in fact been a deer on  the highway. He imposed a fine of $50.  Time loss for Times  WE'k'E'''sorry'''(we^hia'ds'i^leave maiiy items  out of this week's Times. The task of  moving into our new location (a half-block  north on Cowrie Street at Secheit) plus the  ���j *$  W  L'i  1!  4:'  u 1  L 1  '���i  **  INSUFFICIENT  FUNDS ;  Explaining withdrawal of the travelling  dental program, Regional- Dental Consultant Dr. H. G. Bennett stated that the program was never meant to be a treatment  prograrii but a follow up to the dental  education program. Funds available  throughout British Columbia only amount  to $155,600,./urifortunateiy the. budget has  not grown with the population and seven  travelling dentists are needed where there  are only two. In areas , where there are  resident dentists the original program has  been replaced by 'the" "Three' Year Old  Birthday Card Program", which emphasizes primary prevention.. At three years  old the child can visit any dentist for ft  free half-hour consultation which may include a fluoride tooth coating. Dr.' Bennett  Stated this program releases the travelling  dhtistto serve more remote areas and he  sented by PresidentJohn Hayes-and about    Monday-', holiday,   simply   subtracted   too,  30 were "present" "at"- ihe ^reception "which"���many-hours rfMm^e-*^weefc.- iu-�� /-_; ,,  followed. We'll have all the. news in next" "week  Council unanimously approved the $20    for you . . -and thanks for,your patience  donation. and your co-operation and goodwill. , /  Machine shop request . . .  Zoning by-law hhecsh  .receives council s  Application, some months, ago by a local  ; resident for a permit to construct a  machine shop on the Porpoise Bay Road  appears to have posed something of a  problem for Village council which last week  took,decisive action to rezono the area in-  believes the money available is better spent yolved to industrial in order that the pro-  pri  this  new  program which  encourages    Ject m*2ht So ahead.  , secondary prevention such as early treatment of abnormalities.,  Dr. Bennett observed that never in a  million years will dentists bo able to fill  all tooth cavities. It is better to concentrate  on prevention; fluoridated water supplies  will result In 50 percent fewer cavities and  50 percont fewer dental bills,  Mr. Hall felt that tho Board'should mnko  1   a -���see page 3  Following a request for guidance on the  matter, council received a reply from the  planning department of the Department of  Municipal Affairs which indicated that  council proposals followed closely a previous land use plan prepared by ^he, department. However, while rezoning to 'cpmmer*  do not have facilities for residential. However, it was suggested, council consider  meeting with the Department Planning  Engineer who could possibly make a s,tudy  of the situation.  , Chairman Bill Swain expressed some  puzzlement as to what constitutes an .industrial area "we have other commercial  properties in that district which could quite  easily become industrial so what exactly  do we consider 'industrial.^ he asked.  Clerk Ted Raynor explained that originally industrial Involved heavy work and  equipment which required comparatively  large areas of land, now it Is actually a  i. (  cial might bo considered favourably, it Is    matter of interpretation.  not   considered  good   practice , to. permit  Uvirig quarters in Industrial districts which  Local resident ��� . .  Remanded lor sentence  iwmB*��������ii(< MsiMMfc-  AMELIA Crftljjcn of Socholt pleaded not  ^~gidlty-to*n*chnrgO"of**obstructlriH��*n('po*  Hoc officer In execution of his duty when  turned from �� blntfo game. Later, when  n-scuffle*��to6k"plncc-ontsldcTher*homc*be*'  tween tho constable and n younj? Indian,  she apponred  before   Magistrate  Charles    she went out to see whether It might bo her   ^orilght," she, said.  Mlttelsteadl    Inst    Mrldny.    To    another    son Involved, Sho merely touched tho con-     4 Tho   Chairman  agre  Commissioner 'Adele de Lango Said It  would appear the department is opposed' to  flats above tho building, tho clork agreed,  adding, "it is certainly something to bo  considered." Comm. Morgan Thompson  said that as it will bo tho operator's own  building it would be up to him. The clerk  disagreed and added'that It Is against tho  by-law. "It is no,t so," argued Comm.  Thompson and added U Is moro ft matter ot!  Interpretation. 1  Comm. do Larigo pointed out that should  council rezono, tho area as requested tt  will bo available to any other small in  Idustry-Hkolyvt6^ibmTihr,,r(c611vOh'5uW  settle tho  matter ono> way or tho other  *&����-n"lt*-.*fctMn<* lswH-MaJ *****  M* tW*H> lb*-iiwA*��**Hrf  ohargo, theft of articles to |ho value \\t lows  than $50, sho"onloroil,'��' plen of guilty,  ,   . FlrNt .charge nronc  following  an Incident on tho Secheit roscrvo Sopt. 1) during*  Which 'Constable Keith Winch was 'obslruc  stable on the shoulder In order to 'ftscer*  tain tho prisoner's identity. \  Sharon Cral'gon, daughter bf tho accused, substantiated her mother's version of  the Incident and snld sho had been ono  Mrs,   Groto,., Jorgenson,.... nn . ardent presented by Show Manager, Gordon  gardener from IJalmoon* Bay Gained Pptts,   President Frank Head dis-  tho highest aggregate for elirysan- ploys ono of Mrs. Jorgenson's entries,  thomums at the Seehelt Gardoii Club a beauUful trnlllng begonia.  Flower Show qualifying for the cup " ,   , '  Secheit Garden Club ..* ,  initio  fatlracts  lowei  mm afileiu  ow  ance  Mrs, Mln Kldrod of Seehelt wns nwnrd*  ed the Mrs. C, K. Redman Memorial Cup  with   the   highest   ngKrognto   for   potted  ' plants In section two.  Special   .mention   went,   to   Mrs,   Kay,  Lomlouxi  Mrs,  Marg Do  Hurt and  Mrs,  Florrlo  Clayton  in   tho   table  decoration  section',      , i\ , ....      ,,.\,  Judges of the event woro Mr, Klrklnnd  ��� of���Vnnconver���nnd"-1 Mir.ir*-(ilr-CorlcU~of'  ',, CJUbsons,  Lucky raffle winner wns Bop Janls who  now has a  Flseu Elnsllen Decora.   Tho  beautiful begonia door prize was won by  ^J)ouk Davies of Cllbsons,  tori by Mrs, Crnigeri whilo''''Tiilifi\it)liriR,''iif^"o'f'"T'tlw''"f6ijr' teenngevs 'present when"the  arrest a youth for intoxicntlon, court heard,    scuffle took place,-  Const, Winch told the court ho hnd nr-  restod tho youth following ft complaint nnd  was wnlklng with him when he w��s' crin-  fnmtod by throe tocnnners,, At this timo  ho was outside the Craigen residence and  as hq s|M)ko to tho teenngers, Mr��, Craigen  appeared Just as the prisoner heRiui to tnlk.  ,Sho���.nUcmptcd,,to*pulLtho���.prlsonor-,.away-,  from Winch at tho same timo tolling Winch  ho was on private property and had no  right being there.  Warned that she would bo charged with  obstruction If sho persisted, Mrs, Crnlgon  Defence lnwyer Doug Sanders contended  that his client, already worried bbenuso  her son was not at. home, hnd heard that  someone wns being arrested and had gono  along In case It might be her own son. Sho  had also been sleeping nt tho timo' and was  agreed and said "wo  cither have to follow their advice (Victoria's) or go< along with our own train of  thought, this plan Is their own Idea which  Is fine but anyone could come in and ocme  up with an entirely different Idea,",  Tho ^lcrk explained that  this Is pre*'"  clsoly why It was suggested council meet  with, the planning engineer,  Comm. Thompson pointed out that tho  applicant, Mr. C, McDermid, has pcori very  patient over tho long drawn out situation  and* consideration sho'utd be given rozonlng  forthwith. ���'  Explaining thnt n number of problems  naturally concerned. ,,,,���_,- .   ,  ��� ,,  ^l��gikrftt��.MlUClStcndt^  loubts as lo the fact sho had interfered    ���%VM^  Busy workers behind the learn "of"lho'   wnflnWiTTo-ffiTOrroro 1-y-jn.miriFaWlon  S13CIIELT   Garden   Club's' Annuftl   Fall   Centennial project, landscaping and main-  Flower  Show, once   again  brought   to    tnlhlng tho garden surrounding the Vlllngo  visitors'   notice   thn  varied   nnd   suporb   office.  fluidity of iho flower�� grown ns n hobby  by keen horllcullurlHls In lho nroa.  Opening lho event, Village Commissioner  Miss  Adole  do  J.nngo   congrntulntod   the  club on the fine display. riwpile the torren*  llnl  niln .whicii preceded  Iho. show.   Sho  -flljo-thflnkod^too~Unn��w~(^  President Frank Road rnenllonod that  Iho shrubs have beep 'ordered for Iho  grount|s nnd will bo plnntod thin week,  Mrs, Greta .lorgenson of Halfmoon Bny  won Ihe Socholt Gnrdvi. Club Cup with the  highest aggrcgalo. for chrysnnlliemums In  tlrnvor /show woro: ProRidont Frnninteiui;'  vice-president Dan Cnrr; secrelnry-lrons-  urcr Mm, Mndgo Hansen; show manager  Gordon Potts; sh,ow steward Mrs. .lnnot  Alien,' nnd Mr. Gunnnr Hanson,  Also busy during tho afternoon nnd  evening were lho Garden Club soclnl  romiultlee member,*, who served light ten,  Mi'h.  M,, Firth did  n   ntondy  bu��lm'��M  with   the   delightful .iwltcd   plants which  -wcre-on-wier-���**'  Ing-the-prisoner to' get into her- house ^tcf*��"Shanjn*'��nd'^dnuKht'er'in4��>vw"lJennlfCf'  Const. Winch snld, Another Constable fin  ally came on Ihe scene.and helped get the  erlal highway and a by-law will therefore  require approval of the Highways Department. 1  Tho Chairman told council "wo, defined  r-fl-.-w-*wrWifmm,-B*-t^1.,-K~*^--^.-.-.--...-#ir,.a--Mr*-McDcrmld's i>u*lne*�� a��..,lndu��trlalf-thte^.  crnmon was aechnipnnica by her rtaugh* ^m^onM ���r-,.we right? The .clerk stress,,  ed the fact that council wns indeed right.  with Intent to obstruct and found her guilty  as charged, Sontenqe was* deforrqet to Oct.  ja.nt a n.m. .  On  tho  charge of theft,  Mrs.  Amelia  prisoner Into the police car, Mrn, Cralgd)    than $50,  Craigen, all three charged with theft from  a local store with goods to tho value of loss  was then chnrged,  Denying that she had'In nny wny obstructed the constable or thnt she had un*  ed 0derogatory -expression when the sec*  ond constable . enmo on the ncene, Mrs,  Craigen said she hnd been .perturbed nt  -Jinding Iht son���wnot^at*)iomonvljenwslio-rc-'r^rocontlyrM  Fach entered a plea of guilty and sentence wns again deferred for one week.  Op behnlf of Amelia Crnlgen, lavyycr  I), Sunders told the court his client, a vvl*  dow, bad experienced trouble with her  children and had also boon In poor health  In moving a proposed amendment to  the zoning, by-law, Comm. Thompson commented that other commercial enterprises  In Ihe nren nre manufacturing in ono way  nnd another and hc feels this proposal  Hhould be put through without further delay.  The clerk explained thnt a number *vf  factors would have to be considered and  It wan 'agreed to hold �� special meeting  "Vih wocrW1N:tfeF*(olr^^  ���" !���'/���  i  i I  I n- 1.  !,'���(  j.,*,** *&f.i  ..aaa it  rf ft* �� u  '*.��"-"*-'- #t#  wa.w��M^aa  f\l i f  / *A  A  <i .J A <- It- ' ''���  _ J i ! ��� ... .?^-al-  '"l  U-jK  ��� y  u^  The Pemnsuio Times, Wednesday, Oct. 11,1967  *j?**���'00}'0000000000000*0000*0*00W00**000*0**00*r***00******rmm*0,.  \1m>'?t\ cr.      _    Secheit-Phone $85-9654   8  TKSPi^*tt*0�����Gfosons . Phone tf86._��st5  ^A^ 1,7  Classified  REAL   ESTATE  (continued)    LEGAL NOTICE (Continued)    FOR SALE  LOT SQ'x:^' Secheit Highway.  -Sv  r  X'-  '+M000.  ���000*00000*0000000000*00m*00*000000****w0***m���mm���mm  -Published -Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Secheit, B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Gross Circulation March 31, 1967  1509 Copies  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion   50c  Three   Insertions ; I���$1.00  Extra lines (5 words)  ���10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers  10c extra  23c Book-keeping charge is added.  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or   Reader  advertising 25c  ~ per count line.  Display   advertising   in    classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area .$6.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $7.00 yr.  By mai), special citizens $3.50 yr.  By carrier ....:...J. ; 50c morinth  BIRTHS  MR. and Mrs. Ron ^.leCourt  .wish to announce the birth of  their first chiid. a son. Larry  Alan, 8 lbs., 3 ozs. Born September 27th at St. Mary's Hospital.  Secheit,  B.C. 927-45  PERSONAL  FLOWERS   for   all   occasions.  Gilker's   Flower   &   Garden  Shop, phone 886-2463 or Secheit  885-9455. 824-tfn  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims and  Adustments, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consult-  ���ant, .Box. 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425.        489-tfn  FOR   all   travel   information,  bookings  and prices call Secheit Marine Building, 885-2343.  716-tfn  LiSSILAND FLORIST  & GIFT SHOP  Specializing in Funeral Designs  & Wedding Arrangements  886-9345  Gibsons  728-tfn  REGAL   cards.   Completeinline  of greeting cards and dffi&st-  mas ;novhies. aJ6^Smith.^86-'  9621. ' . 768-tfn  r^^ry-'c-^r- ' :"���'  ��� '"\ V"T .".  ANYONE "knowing the whereabouts, of Mrs. Bill Emery,  formerly of Half Moon Bay,  B.C, write Box .937, The Peninsula Times, Secheit, B.C. Matter of urgent personal concern.  937-45  LOST  BETWEEN    Dayis    Bay    and  Nor, West Bay Road. One yel-  ;lqw' acetylene :iank,   Sunday,  Qctylst/ Phone 885-9739.  940-45  PETS  FREE to good home, Airedale*  , German Shepherd cross. Affectionate, intelligent and used  to children,, phone 885-2132,  938-45  GOOD homes  8  week old  885-2184.  wanted  kittens.  for two  Phone  928-45  WORK WANTED  GibHons,  HELP WANTED  FOR RENT (Continued)  HOUSEKEEPING room,,Selma  Park,   private   entrance.   Ph.  885-9535. _     880-tfn  MOBILE home park/ nicely  landscaped, blacktop .driveway and patio. Ideal site for  retirement. $30 per month. Big  Maple Motel and Mobile Home  Park.   Phone 885-9513.      652-tfn  HALL for rent,  Wilson  Creel-  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542. 9167-tfn  WINTER RATES-^Fully furnished cottages $65 month  plus utilities, also weekly and  nightly rates. Also available-  Full trailer hook-ups. 885-9565  Mission   Point  Motel.      853-tfn  UNFURNISHED cottage for  rent, 2 bedrooms, heating,  suit elderly couple, reasonable  rent. Roberts Creek, main  highway. Write Box 887 Peninsula Times, Secheit, B.C.  942-45  ONE only cozy furnished cabin  left for winter occupancy,  $40 per month. Gunboat Bay  Fishing Resort, Madeira Park,  883-2284   after  4  p.m.       935-45  WANTED TO RENT  TWO or 3 bedroom bouse, possible    option.    Reliable    ten-  nants; No children. Phone 885-  2214. 1050-46  REAL ESTATE  HARD to find property, undeveloped 25 acres, view property in Secheit. Make excellent  subdivision, $20,000. Box 381,  Secheit. 954-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  FULL BSMT���3 bdrm, view  home in good location. NHA  6V_ percent mort. $26,000.  full bsmt view home, walk to  shops,  $5,000  down on $17,500.  LARGE LOT���Gibsons Village,  close  to  water,  $2,800  terms.  REVENUE PROP���1st class  condition $25,000, come in for  particulars.      A  DOUBLE  LOT���good ,yie\y lop-;  ,,^o*JS4,2()flL, ;}''7 ���'���[ '"-  Older, full bsmt house with  many years service left, on  good double lot, $7,500 FP.  Do Wortman 886-2339  Jack Warn 886-2681  948-45  HANDYMAN,   cabinet   maker,  will do odd jobs. Reaspnable,  Ph. 886-9902. 700-tfn  HOUSE, pnlntlng  and  decorating,  Professional  work  done  promptly, Dick Blnkemnn, Ph.  880*2381,    Henry   Rd.,    HR    1,  GIBSONS: Lovely 3 bedrqom,  neay home, large Hying room  with FP roughed in. FP in possible Rec, R. in basement, try  $6,000 down on $17,000.  GIRSONS RURAL: Lovely stucco bungalow, 2 bedrooms, fully  insulated with gas furnace, 10  acres partially cleared, $8,000  ; down on$l5,000l ;     '  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedrooms',, electric heat, nearly  new home, nice view, close to  WFTA$14,500.   FP'with  $6,000.  GRANTHAMS: View home, living room has fireplace, 2 bedrooms, A-oil furnace, <5.<_ suite  in basement, $5000 down on  $9000 FP.  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY: .19  acres with 2 year round creeks,  ideal for subdivision, $5250 FP,  K.  BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  886-2000  Also acreage adjoining front  lot 1086.5\\176.25, Road oh East  side, to_J>Torth_ West'Bay Road.  City water. Subdivision opportunity. Full price $7>506. Phone  H.  Sawyer, 885-2166. 921-45  5 ACRES undeveloped property  inside     village     boundaries.  -$2,500.  Box 381,  Secheit B.C..  565-tfn  WATERFRONT, Garden Bay,  new 2 bedroom home, grand  view, electric heat, hot water,  stove, fireplace, convenient to  beach and store. Vacant October 1st. Open to view now. Al  Lloyd,  883-2253. 904-45  REDROOFFS���Modern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots, close1 to  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room, 28x15; fireplace.  Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,  A-oil heat, dble carport. Lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit,  B.C. 469-tfn  WITHIN    Village    of    Secheit.  Five" acres, ideal future subdivision.  $2,500.  Box 381, Secheit.  B.C. 953-tfn  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty  &  Insurance  Box  155 Secheit,  B.C.  Phone: Office 885-2161  See our listing under the date  pad.  217-tfn  THE  SUN  SHINES  ON  WEST SECHELT ��� 9 acres,  cleared, lots of water, older  farm house. ��� another house  started.  FP $11,500.  ROBERTS    CREEK���A    creek  rufis through this parkland, almost 2 acres. 4 bedroom home.  Automatic laundry, fireplace,  oil furnace.   FP $14.750..  FINE  VIEW LOTS from S2.300  .    H.  Gregory���885-9392  H.  B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  ' Secheit,   885-2013  947-45  CARS ond TRUCKS  '65 METEOR . Auto., radio, 4-  door. New condition. Sacri-  . fice $2,000. Also 15' clinker  boat, 3 yrs. old.. 25 h.p. outboard. A.-1 shape. $750. Phone  885-2121.     -,      " 782-tfh  1952 CHEV wrecker.  Fair condition.   S350.   Phone   885-9680.  "t 911-46  3956 FORD Sedan, good transportation; also rebuilt 312  Monarch, only lO.cTJo miles,  automatic trans., rear end  good. Best offer. Phone 886-  2783. 923-45  1953 FORD   V8  custom,   overdrive. 70,000 miles, ��� complete  mileage and maintenance record. Excellent , meqhanical  condition.   Phone  885-9562.  944*47  Ron McSavaney,  7��7*tfn  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  880*9656  939*45  USED power saws for sale. AU-  Saw  Form No. 18  (Section 82)"  L.AND  ACT  Notice  of  to  Intention to  Lease Land  Apply  <In   Land   Recording   District  "Vancouver,   B.C.,   ahd   situate  Secret Cove, B.C.  Take notice thaf Rdsfemary  Irene Campbell of North Vancouver, B.C., occupation Secretary, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  198 ft. ea-��n of north east corner  of District Lot 4661; thehce 99  ft. east; thence 660 ft. south;  thence 99 ft; west; thence 660  'ft. north and containing 1.50  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer camp site.  Rosemary  Irene' Campbell  Dated   September  24th,   1967.  P30���Pub Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND  ACT  Notice  of  to  Intention to  Lease Land  In Land Recording  Vancouver. B.C., and  Secret Cove, B.C.  Take    notice    that  Elliott   MacGregof  of  ver,   B.C.,   occupation  intends to apply for a  Apply  District  situate  Andrew  Vancou-  Realtp.r  lease of  the following described lands :--���  Commencing at a post planted  at the N.E. corner of District  Lot 4661;..,..,thenc.e. 99 it. east  along shore; thence 6610 ft.  south; thence 99 ft. west;theriee  660 ft. north to pt. of commencement and containing 1.50  acres, more or less, for the  purpose ot summer camp site-.  Andrew Elliott: MacG?egpr~  Dated  September  24th,   1967.  931���Pub. Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1  Form No, .18  (Section ''82)  LAND  ACT  makes and sizes. Chain  Centre, Secheit, 885*9626.  8966-tfn  ONE towing winch, suitable  small towboat or beachcomber. One set cutting torches and  cages. International dump  truck. One 18" block. 15 boom  chains. Phone 883-2485.     892-46  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy-  Read     Typewriter.     Almost  new  Cost over $300. Now $175.  Phone   885-9654. 1017-tfn  SILVER Skagit Shake & Shingle.  Local sales:  Phone 886-  9697 or 886-2097. 466-tfn  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  GOOD   local  Ladner  hay  for  sale,  $1 per bale delivered.  Phone 946-6568. 9046-tfn  NAILS $12, 100 lbs. Vinyl Asbestos tiles, 9x9, 10c each;  12x12, 15c each; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. Remnants, * Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior paint or matte  finish $3.95, reg. $9.95. Shake  paint, $3.95, reg. $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  .^gallon. Large stock of used  vacuum cleaners, A-l shape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 9% Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00.  Benner Bros. Furniture and  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  TAPPAN   30"   electric   range.  Good condition, $125. 885-9774.  893-45  2 FLOOR furnaces, $35 each.  Good stock of remnant cushion floor covering, to clear,  $2 sq. yd. Phone 885-2058, Benner Bros. Secheit. 1046-43  USED Westinghouse fridge,  $39.95: Kenmore 30" electric  auto, ran^e $89.95: used washer $4995. Parker's Hardware,  Secheit. 885-2171. 920-tfn  CHICKENS���live, birds  50c ea.  Ready for freezer, ���birds, $1.  "phone" 885-2048.  rr ''''"''"'''si&tfti  2 DRUM Boom winch. Power-  ered by 6 cyl. GMC motor,  mounted on new float. Will sell  or trade on work boat, car or  what have you? 885-2834.  907-45  OIL range, oil heater, -several  easy   chairs   and   twin  beds.  Very    reasonable.   Phone   883-  2577. 934-47  COMBINATION coal and wood  range (Fawcett), almost new.  Beautiful condition.   Phone 885-  2898. 926-46  KENMORE    sewing. jnachine,  straight and zig zag stitches.  Phone 886-9335. 924-45  Notice  of  to  Intention to  Lease Land  Apply  BOATS & ENGINES  RUNABOUT boat storage avail-  able. Safe and dry f6r winter,   Phone   886*2400.   Elander,  Shaw Road, Gibsons, B.C.  1036-tfn  22' TROLLER. Cedar plank  hull. Licenced ' and fully  equipped for commercial trolling, 60 hp Austin marine.  Brand new Johnson auxiliary  motor, electric pump, spotlight,  horns/twin battery switch-over  set-up, dual controls, Insured.  Ideal for retired person. $2,500  cash, 883-2561 or write Box 859  Peninsula Times, Secholt,  ,   896*4.p.  THE 20 ft, auxiliary sailing  cruiser "Gypsy" fully equipped  includfng sounder, generator,  etc, Sleeps 2, $3,000. Phone Tom  Scales,, 883*2022.  In Land Recording District  Vancouver, B.C., and situate  Secret Cove, B.C.  , Take notice that Melville E,.  MacGregor of North Vancouver, occupation Real Estate  Salesman intends to .apply for  a lease of the following described lands:���  .  Commencing at a post planted  99,ft. E. of. N.E. comer D.L.  4661; thence 99 ft. east; thence  660 ft, south; thence 99 ft.  west; thence 660 ft. north and  containing 1,50 acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer  camp site.  Melville  Edgar  MacGregor  Dated  September  24th,   1907.  032���Pub, Oct, ���!_,, 18, 25, Nov. 1  ONE-. Coleman   space   heater,  -,'$30.;.- Phone 885-2190.      941-45  I960   NASHUA   trailer,   36'x8'.  Good   condition;   Phone   883-  2657. 943-46  1967 8 FT. VANGUARD camper. Offers. Phone 885-2145.  946-47  COMBINATION     electric-wood  range. Like pew. $70. Phone  885-2395. 945-47  TIMEX watches, once more in  good supply, including electric. Good choice of models,  Earl's in Gibsons. Phone 886*  9600. 950-tfri"  WESTINGHOUSE fridge $39.95;  GE washers $19.95; Easy  Spiralatbr washer $49,95; used  Hoover Upright vacuum cleaner $19.95; Westinghouso Roast-,  er Oven $19.95. Parker's Hard*  ware;  Sechelti  Phone 885-2171,  949-tfn  KLOOR furnace,' complete with  ���barrel, 'oil   and   stand,   $65.  Phone   885-9070. ,951*45  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Phone Mrs, Nalda Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B.C.    .   " '." '" ":i 875-tfn  CALUSON EVERGREEN  .,     , ' CO..,,...  i Roberta Crcck  i        i   '   ''   '    ���  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 28c Bunch  Contact   plant   before 'picking,  Located  at Roberta Crcck,  " " flcrdH's"VtroHWom^'loTor''^  ." .Phone 886-263?  J)20.tfn  WANTED  BEATTY   OR   Homart   piston  typo pump. Phone 885*2018,   ,: 897,45  FOR RENT  FURNISHED     of/kofl~��echclt  Marino Rulldln/'. 885*2343.  82fl*tfn  GIBSONS���Spacious, modern 3  bedroom homo with 2 extra finished bedroomn ir> full basement. Wall to wall In 15x21 Hv*  inR, room, Large, bright, cabinet, electric kitchen with adjoining utility room. \ pee, col*  .orcd��.Pcmbrpke-i.batlnx)on.,-Au  U)*oll, hot water boating, Matching cr.rpoiil. Full price,  $19,760. Terms,    ;  Modern , [ .Side by side Duplex on largo landscaped lot.  Excellent Investment. F u 11  price $22,500 terms.  GOWER POINT -r Waterfront  Jot, 100x200 feet,; Ideal mimmer  homeslto. Ful' prico $3,500.  ROBERTS CREHK-Modcrn 4  bedroom V.L.A, homo on 2,2  acres, Largo living room with,  fireplace. 4 pec. vanity bath*  room, Auto*oll heating. Full  price, $M,800.  -PENDER-HARBOUR- Now  waterfront development In nho-1-  tered bay; AH lots large and  fully serviced with easy accchs  off paved road. Excellent year*  round moorage, .Tust 8 remain*  Ing. Priced from  $.r)(.r)00.  For these and other choice pro.  pertles on Uie Sunshine Coast,  contact 'Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay At Gibsons office, 880*  0900. i  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons       and       BurriuiUam  88542  888:45,    Notice  of  to  LEGAL NOTICES  Intention to'  Lease Land  Apply  COLOUR TV's  ,2���pew Zenith 25"  for Cash at .Wholesale,  Price,  I.J^J*9^-M4^^Jll01i(^*^M��MSl��BlJgl(��.'��i  t  Form No. \fr (Section 40) , ..  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  In Land Recording District  l���,of,���,ynncouver,,.an(La.tsltun|o.jin*...  fiurveyed vacant Crown land In  the vicinity of Lot 4080, Group  1 N.W.D, (vicinity of Four Mile  Point, Seehelt Inlet).  ' TAKK NOTK3K that Victor  Russell Walters of secholt, H.C,  occupation logging operator In*  tends to apply for permission lo  purchase the following doscrlb.  ���cd ~ 1 n'tKl ��"i'"���^���: ^���^���' ^  Commencing al a post plant*  cd S.H, corner of DL A(M  thence 1200 ,Vi, Kast; thence  10SO Ft. North; thence ift.W Ft,  commencement and  containing'  17 acres, more or less,  The purpose for which the  land Is rWiulrcd is to square  off back portion of W, 4080 and  T)h  JB57.  ...VICTOR   UUSSKLL WALTKHS  Dated ��ept. 14, 1007.  1 IIM-Pub. Oct, n, 11X17  In Lano Recording District  Vancouver, U,C,,, and situate  Secret Cove, .B.C.    Take notice that Perry Flalno  MacGregor of West Vancouver,  -BiGjT-occupatlon-iHccrctary���in  tends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:���  Commencing al a post planted  ,800 ��� fl,: cast of ,N.E,-.corner of  District,lot 4001; thence 00 ft,  cost;    thonco   (WO   fl,    south;  thenco 00 ft,, west;  thence- (WO  ft,   north   apd   containing   1,50  "ncrib, 'more of less,  for the  ' purpose of summer camp silo.������  Perry  Elaine  Macflregor  Dated Heptomber m\\,   1007,  flM-I-Hh Oct, ll. IH, gft, Nov, 1  TENbERS  niiDs^wn'i)i��i~wi,-wwift-(i^cMr'  ract, Approx, 000', May bo for  each or both phases. No.  i������  clearing of right-of-way, No. i,  .-bulldozing, grading, etc,' Rll.  -��,vcr.&��ndt<-j^eiwrtp-Bryan -Road, ~  ���J>cndur,.,Jllarbour,,m.i'Jioiio  hki.  SJJWO, , IH04,r.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9777  TOfl-47  Unrest says president  &Gr^eoeh��rs^isscitisfiedf  fringe benefits lag behind  �� U**l.iaSK��HJWW-W��,*l!M'��B4iM;.  ARE YOU  LAISDSCAPjNG?^  Wonderful assortment of Kv.  di'grcons, Grass Seed, Peat  MosfV Fertilizers, Socclor and  Lawn Roller available al low  FRUIT dnd VEGETABLES  Always available at low prices  WYNGAERTENTERPRISES  Gibsons -..886-9340  oia-45  Building  GIBHONS  Ltd.  Quality Ready.mlxed  Serving the area for  AB0-2042,   Gibsons,  Supplies  ll.C.  conciflto,  20 yearu,  DOIfn  Paint - Fibreglass �� Ropo  Canvas - Boat Hardware  Compressed   air    service    foi  skindivers   and   firemen,   Air  tanks, Skindivers available for  ��alvu��o work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,  Gibsons, B.C,  P^one 886-9303  m-ltn  CLASS size and-working conditions are two  of the major concerns of' teachers in  British Columbia today, says the president  of the B.C. Teachers'1 Federation.  Robert M. Buzza of Burnaby told the  annual meeting of the B.C. School Trustees  Association in Vancouver: "There is unrest among teachers in British Columbia  as there is elsewhere.  "There is unrest with respect to class  size and working conditions���with a lack  of opportunity to achieve job satisfaction in  a job well done in today's context  "There is dissatisfaction With such items  as sick leave, where B.C. grants one day  pfer hionth and every other province i in  Canada grants 2Q days a year. ���  "There is dissatisfaction with the deplorable state of our pension plan���an area  where trustees, as employers, have passed  on their responsibilities to the provincial  government. B.C. has the worst, situation  in Canada in terms of pensions for the  career teacher."  Buzza said the federation is also concerned over the number of salary bargaining agents who are being retained by  school boards.  "Agents cannot produce lower settlements . . . far from serving as a catalyst  for settlement, these agents are too often  a deterrent.  "Twenty of 29 arbitrations last year  occurred in districts where bargaining  agents were used." he said.  Buzza added that the federation believes  that where the board hires agents to  bargain with the teachers "trustees surrender their rights and 'duties as they relate  to the teacher.  "We teachers recognize the desire of  trustees for expertise in this (increasingly  complex area,- but decry their surrender of  opportunity to communicate on a face-to-  face basis with teachers," he said.  The assistant manager, noticing the  frown on his superior's face, said, "You  sdre look worried!"  "Listen," replied the manager, "I have  so-many worries that if something happens  ; today, I won't have time to worry about  it "for another two weeks".  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service'��-*- 11:15 p.m.  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or^each service  !um4iww44*4i^iwirm4nn44ntw04>mit4444wm0m4l4imiinmwwwwmm4i  LUTHERAN CHURCH  |A  l<  \  V,  '   *a<t>  Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada  Pastor���A. Husted Ghristensen  First Lutheran Church, Vancouver  | Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the j  month.   J  Selma  Pork Community Hall at 3:00 p.m. !  % ���'1  A^  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELtS  WHson Creek Community Hall  Davis Bay Road  Missing  someone  far away?  *Hr     She's lonely like you  -phone her tonight!  7 B.C.TEL��  ii.   I^tf^    ���i"-,^.    i. a        ^      'f *:  ?''* **  ���<       .**-   U     > <*������ hv-.*< ^ a 35 >���   v^y <*  ia .   -.*3 -^  a   ^  *\   a^  \:- il  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad" Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  connot olways carry full details.  i.wmMiw.M��jM.wm)��a^  Oct   11���8 p.m. Roberts Creek Library. Roberts Creek Community Assn.  meeting. ,   .   .  Oct.   12���2--p.m. St.- Hilda's Church  Hall. SfjcfieH Hos��?itQl/^vu><ili(-trv*.  Regular meeting.  Oct   12���8 p.m. St". Bartholomew's Hall. Gibsons. Gibsons Squarenaders  beginners class.  Oct.  13���St. Hilda's Parish Supper at Secheit. Service 5:15'p.m. Supper  6:30 p.m.  Oct. 13���2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall. L.A. Rummage Sale.  Oct.   13���10 a.m.-2 pm  Christian   Education Centre,  Gibsons  U.CW.  Thrift Sale.  Oct.   14���10:30  a.m.-2:30  p.m,,  Gibsons   Elementary   Activity  Room.  Job's  Daughters Thrift and Bake Sale.  Oct.   16���-8 p.m. Roberts Creek Library.  Roberts Creek Hospital Aux.  "meeting.  Oct,   19���Legion Hall, Secheit. Ladies' Aux. Rummage Sale.  VIEW BUNGALOW ���>  WEST SECHELT���-8 ft. highway frontage on 2.34 acres. Co��y 2 bedrooms, A/O heating. Cement foundations, '/��� basement. On city wotcr.  $4,300 down. F.P. $9,850. Col| Bob Kent, res. 885-9461  {No., 537).,  REAIL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phone 885-2161  pr*  :*s  ���I  t����mHlB*W:��'Ilk<St!,M*!*ffi,*",^*,*l,''  HALFMOON BAY  147 ft waforfront with 2, two bedroom  houses,  A aood buy at $14 000 cash.  Call E, Surtcos, rosi 885*93,03.  LARGE TREED LOT  Porpoise Bqy Rd,. Secholt, Sbcriflco prico  $1,500, Call Jack Anderson, 885*2053.  l,000f FT WATERFRONT  19,30 acres on 'Sunshine Coast Highway,  road to bqach. Two houses, crook, Real,  Invostmont, Orily $35,000 F,Pl( Call Jack  >w��e(ai��wf��vrti*fi*i*>i*iHt*s��' j\ ncl o r sq n i ** o o o * ^* v w *J i  , HOUSE BOAT  fully solf-contolnod pontooncd motor-  (jed float homo, oxco||ent, Travel tho  coast lolsuroly or fish; rcocfy to troll, All  gear necessary, licenced, Closest offor  to $9,800, Ca)| Bob Kont at 885-9461  residence.  SOUTH THORMANBY ISLAND \  43, acres,. ||iouf.ands of  foot of wotorfront, two covos, Full price $59,000 call  y  Bob Kent at'88B*9'16l ovcnlnfls.  EGMONf"  Islond���1.40   acros,   hos  dwolllno���V*  mlln  from  Egmont,  F,P,   $/,000.  Call  Dob Kont, ros, 88S-9-461.  LOT AT VAUCROFT  , .      ,  Thormanby Island, $3300 on good term*.  (486) Call E. Surtoos,  8  -PENDERHARBOUR..,..  with 300' wotorfront In  acros with 3UU' watortront In 2 Iota.  Good buy for cash, Coll E, Surtoos,  885-9303. ������'���.-.       ,  ,     ,  VLA VIEW LOT  Wo*.t   Secholt,   164   foot  on  highway,  -   -       $4,000-full prico,-   WEST SECHELT - - ��� ���  Clgsc to Wakoflold Inn*���Suncoast acros  --.Tho vlow l�� magnlflcont on thoso lots  facing South to tho Gulf of Georgia overlooking Trail Islands, Uso of launching  on applying lo Wakoflold Inn, as a cour-  l<ny, Good fishing and swimming, Vlow  lots sfart at $2,450 for I00x|50 ft,  .Plpod- domobtlc wator supply aval labia,  Torms. 1/3 dawn. Call Boh Kent, res.  a85*946l.  '.':;:.;'.;.;.; davis bay���view lot  Close to beach.  $2,750 ful price, Call  ;" '    J, Anderson, 885*2053,  '   TWO BEDROOM--SECHELT  Clean homo, auto, oil heat, Nlco landscaped Jot, Work shop and carport, $.10,*,  500 F,P, $4,00Q down, Call J, Anderson,  885.2053,  COWRIE STREET  X:*mMt^  monf, Good buy at  $9,950,00, Terms  available, Call Bob Kent, rosi 885-9461,  SERGEANT BAY '"���  Hottest fishing area oh Sunshlno Coast.  Largo view lot,   150  ft. from the sea.,  Fuir price   $4500,   call  Bob   Kont   at  885-9461 evenings,  DAVIS BAY  % bedroom houso wlth'basomont. Auto,  oil   furnace,   largo lor,  Vlow,   $ 12,000~  larms (434) Ca|l,.j*. ,Surtoos, rosi  885.  930?.     ,  YEAR ROUND STREAM  Clean rotlromont  2 bedroom homo on  ono aero, close to  Roborts Crook Store  and  Boach,   E-ftra   room   In  basement,  >      pood value at $10,750, D,P, $4,000  Call J, Andor��on, 885*2033,  SANDY DEACII  -Executlvo-rotlromeht ���homo-on-boautlfuh  boach properly, Many doluxo foaturos,  Largo covered sun dock. Guest cottoqo  andgdrago, Buddings all In now condition, Must bo soon, $33,500 F,P. Torms,  J, Anderson, 885*2053.    ��� $7,500 FULL: PRICE   2 bedroom lull basement.homo on largo  treod lot on Village water supply, Extra  room In basement, Ideal for year round  living, Try your torms, Call j, Anderson,  885-2053, ., 'I  3 BEDROOMS, DAVIS BAY A  Modern homo on largo fenced lot, close  to boach,' 6 rooms plus laupdry rm, fit  garage, $] 5,000 F.P, Require largo down  . payment, bal, 6% Int. Qh\\ J, Ah'derson  at 885*2053.  *��*ll**MI��ll*l��)��,-**��ll��*-|,  MHJiniipWiillil^iilpHW  t  *.*m.  ��...  C   4   i t f if ,  .' f  ** ft < .  f V f t ,' |' ,   |* |- . -_\   V,",   1 WJM*  ���      i-* li     -*     V   1 ���*?   'U     if   y    y .      -r   y_t   _>'_--t-:a_.jJ_,   j, ���   ~��-c- ���?--������'���*-���*������<���>��� r~**~r,vHr-^'"T^T-r  ryvr-v^j^^y TfTff  t,   \   < -*��� -x  + r~    v *J    ^"V-1J3    "T,,  "*-**. -v1 ^f 44f*n*f^\i4"xr\f-v\ ��-(��y" V***-, ���*���-*- ���#- ���*��"*��� p ��� t _;;* ^\ * _��� '�� T "*!! '"  '** 3r "tf^cri   v*y*"v>;*-c.r�� -t-t p-'-r^r  -X*     JP!     r/^/^/VV'^'-V^M^  ���***-** ^-s--/--  ^->V���*-        V*Ala^** V-'^V'^"**   ^    -J     -  '���"    "        "*h  - I'  Happenings Around Elphie  SPORTS' are beginning to come alive as  - the timetable and other problems" around  Elphie have begun to settle down. Last  week the grade eights and new students  to our district were placed into "Housfc"  and during the last fifteen minutes on  Wednesday, House meetings were held  with the 'reps' and 'vice-reps' being elected. This year there is a new aspect td our  inter-mural sports; an intermediate bracket  has been added. This should aid the "in-  between" people who are too young for  the seniors and too old for the juniors.  Volleyball u house games at lunch should  commence soon. So far, only our senior  boys have started practicing for the forthcoming games, but the others should follow  any time.  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m. '  Divine Worship���11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each month  Family Service���11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���-3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron  For further information  Phone 885-9744  "===By^Kob Boyes and Marilyn Hopkins   At last, to the enjoyment' of the students_  havingJ lockers in the area of the school  flooded during the construction,'a tarp was  placed over the roof of the typing room  and the building of our new library has  gone ahead without too much trouble from  the rain.  Last week our school was plagued with  false fire alarms. On two days the fire  alarms were set off at lunch time. To  those concerned, we hope they realize it  could be quite serious if a real fire did  occur, but people might just think it a  false alarm again. Remember the little  boy who called "wolf" one too many times.  The fads and fashions this year range  from tbe far-out colours to the plain ordinary clothes of a few years back. After all,  this year you do have:to be choosy with  your' colours', ,you might clash with our  "wild" lockers!   But seriously;; about .80  percent of the schooldoes keep up, with'the  !=iJasMans^&e^est=m3y^n0t=be-mterested=  Arda and the Family Farm  %, i  . *.  The Peninsula Times Page 3  Wednesday, October 11, 1967  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT   ;  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  Services held regularly in  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For information phone 885-9793    ""*'  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. Hilda's  or 'they just- don't agree with the trend.  Kilts and knee socks with loafers are quite  popular,' although some boys don't agree,-  and the wearers aren't boys.  There is no real style for boys this* year,  most of the clothes being carry-overs from  last year. You can't help but notice the  number of denim jackets and jeans. Some  of the fads are probably associated .Witt  the .hippy" fad. One of the grade 12  students, Allan Wilson, who decks himself  in denim, wears denim boots, and has' a  vest with 132 chrome studs along the seams  of the sleeveless jacket, the pockets, collar,  cuff and waist are finished in brown fur.  The seam where sleeves once existed, is  bordered with shiny chrome chains. It  really looks wild, and he has now set a  fad for a few other boys who have copied  him. There are a lot of guys who have  exceptionally long hair and seem to spend  a lot more time fussing over it than most  girls.  Well, so much for fads and fashions.  We hope you all spent the weekend prosperously; affer all, these three-day weekends come few and far between. Hope  you noticed the fantastic drawing on the  back blackboard in Mr. "Pete's*' room.  It's the masterpiece of four of our grade  12 girls.  Many accidents occur in the kitchen���  and are served that night for dinner.  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING - PRUNING  Gower Point Road  Gibsons, B.C. - Dial 886-2919  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday        _���--r^  886-2166          TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard XsSSds; - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  BICYCLES!  PARTS and REPAIRS  New and Used - All Makes  Call 886-2123  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Telephone Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  �����      BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-2313  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Bockhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel ��� Fill and Road Gravel.  Phono 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Pork, B.C.  Your OMC Servico Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  Sites-Trailer Court - Launchlna Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for homo and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin. BeacN Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Exports at cuts, coiff and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  (CLOSED MONPAY)  For Youf fuel Supplies  Danny Whqelor  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 -Hopkins Landing  ..    GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshal) Wells  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Scows ���*- Logs  SECHELT TOWING & 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.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down poyment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening.-  janitor service - painting - odd jobs etc, -  Free estimates - All work guaranteed.  Phone 885-2191  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  i  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call,  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  . Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  BOAT SALES  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  Phono 885-2828  or Radio Mar Dee  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  *" ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES' ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  S  ��ltiK>1^�������-ll*S.J(J**��*!Wr-te W��BKt��rf ���  Phono 886-2442 - Gibsons- B.C.  LIGHT MACHINERY SERVICE  Clearing ~ Levelling - Landscaping  Bulldozing  CALL FOR i%E ESTIMATE  .^������, ��.. 885-2830  PENINSULA CLEANERS  152V Gowor Pt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  Dolalr Custom UPHOLSTERY  �����_.Rc_wphoJstflrJ.DO#^Re.styJJna_��___��  ' Draperies, Custom-made furniture  .....:,. Free Estimates  Call 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  LEN- WRAY'S-TRANSFER  ;-l)~s.iin#<M-SW->*��'  ���-^Ho���QSoh���ol'dJMovln"gTorStdrd0O'w,w**,  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  ,_ ; . ���; ; '���**....  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phono Socholt 885-9669  "THE HOUSfiVlTH A! HEART"  , El ���/. Cajdwoll^r^^  zzii~z:i:irzzr:z:  EwmGNE   ,.Born*"0* 0m��9a  ERVICE        Sal��S' PartS' S0rVlC��  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND.SERYICE pN ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havios - 885-9740  ,���',   ;,\  ��� ; .   WIGARD^S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized,  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrie St.TSqcKq'I^ Ph. 885*9345  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential "Commercial,  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialises  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving PortMollon to Pender Harbour  HEWITT CLEANING SERVICE  Floor . . . Washed, Waxed, Stripped.  J/Yl ndoyyjCIaqolno _ .*-*.  ,���.,���,phono Ken Hbyitt   -  885-2266 or 885-2019  LILA'S SALON  INVITATION TO BEAUTY  Export Hair Cutting  For appointment 886-2980  Sunnycrest Plaza Gibsons  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ���-TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m: to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  I & S TRANSPORT tTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  LocaI & Long distancemoving  Local pickup and delivery service  Lowbed hauling  EATON'S  "WHERE-TO-GO"  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS  MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  Gibsons 886-2232 WAV  Head Office 515 West Hastings St., Van.  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  ��� ������ ',*    : '  ���   JOHN DE KLEER  . Building Contracting  ,  Secholt, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  I i i.    i ..i ii  . I   .. '.I ��� in. Ti   '  ROY & WAGENAAR,  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Secheit  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  pumiiii ��� i wm +mam*m��000n���m^mnm00nwim*fmmmm0im.m\\mm   urn --'H   hi |inn m '������   ������ '���*  At the Sign of tho Chovron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ,��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steal Fabrication ��� Marino Ways  .Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886*9326  -   -    -     ���   ������| -j--,  |  ���  ��� | -     i   .   ir i ���   ���ii      ii ������    ���  .       i --i ���   ������������������   ���-  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  For Take Out Orders Phono 886-2433  __       in    i    -       ���������  ���    L       ������. i   .... i  - i      ii     - ���  K & Z APPLIANCES  Major Appliances Servico  All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578"> Socholt,"B.C  LETTERS on the topic appear frequently  ���- in the-farm newspapers; they come  from men and women���particularly the  women���of the farms that are regarded as  small by comparison with the vast wheat  mining enterprises that are now vogue and  which require correspondingly large areas-  for the profitable use of the great modern  machines.  It is. because of the need for, more space  in this  method of agriculture   that   the  women see a menace to their homes that  many of them entered as brides and where  they have raised families of 'sturdy lads  still words of great power and deep meaning.   They have, been assured that they  will not be "sold up" without their con-  and lasses���and "Home^Sweet Home" are  sent, but they know that once these great  trends are under way they build up like  tidal waves and finally engulf everything  before them���hence their fear.  Also many  of the family farm people make less income than tiie- minimum of $3000 set up  ���by'ARDA, below which something must be  done about it and, while that may be a  business-like  approach to the  subject by  those who drew it up,  they are still far  from the  grass  roots   where figures  can  lose much of their meaning and it might  lead to the great mistake of thinking that  the true values of life can be expressed by  figures after the dollar sign.  They cannot be so expressed, for their  source lies deep in the human spirit, and  to those who are content to supply their  modest needs by working the soil that is  the mother of all, the family farm is still  a wholesome way of life, bringing rewards  and satisfactions that AJIDA cannot compute with figures. Nor need that way of  living be as laborious as it once was, with  . a wide range of tiie smaller machines to  draw from.  The same trend toward grouping a number of small farms together to form one  large unit is noticeable in England too, but  in a country of such long experience,  opposition of more than one kind is soon  encountered.  More than half the farms in that "green  and pleasant land," are typical family  farms that are worked without outside  help. It would be difficult or even impossible to disturb those people to make room  for wheat miners! The National Farm  Union stands behind its own and when the  NFU speaks, Prime Ministers listen.  In Canada the Federation of Agriculture���compared with which ARDA is. a pup  with its eyes not yet open���is the strongest  advocate pf the family farm.  The leaders of England also know that  down through their long history the yeoman  group has been the strength^of Ahei country  in both peace and war. It. was the farmers'  sons who manned the"squares that did not  break at. Waterloo; it was from that group  that Cromwell drew his Ironsides cavalry  when the struggle was between the "divine  right of Kings" and an elected parliament  ���and the same stpry can be carried back  to the days of the longbow. Whereby, considering these matters the editor of the  influential Country Life wrote these words,  "We do not propose to become a nation oil  townsmen fed by a few mechanics with  great machines."   ; "    '  ARDA or ho, the family farm ��� and the  life it gives can still approach as near as  is practicable in these days of high and  higher taxes to the ideal expressed by the  poet Pope, in his verses on the quiet life.  For those not familiar with those verse, I  venture to quote them from memory; anyone who wishes to Check will find the poem  in any edition of Palgraves Golden Treasury.        ��� ��� ��� ' ���  Thus let me, unlamented, die,  Steal from the world"andnever a stone  Tell where I lie."  MORE  ABOUT  * Dental program  ���from page  I  an effort and write to the Minister requesting more funds for next year.  COMPLAINTS  Gibsons Village Commission and Sunshine Coast Regional District Board have  written to the Union Board of Health objecting to the removal of the Public Health  Inspector from Gibsons to Powell River.  Department of Highways has also complained to the Board regarding reports on  subdivisions and sanitary conditions which  are either arriving late or not being received at all.  Union Board of Health Director, Dr. P.  J.   Reynolds,  reported that Senior Public  Health Inspector, H. B. Catlin who is now  resident in Squamish  had  been  carrying  the whole work load before the appointment  of a replacement for Mr. Phil Crampton  who had resigned to attend university. The  new public health inspector will reside in  Powell River.  Dr. Reynolds explained that  health inspectors were allotted according to  population and Coast Garibaldi only qualified for two  men.   However due to the  amount of travelling necessary to cover the  area efficiently the services of another inspector had  been requested for the  Sunshine Coast district. A  The Board decided to write the Minister  of Health requesting appointment of a third  inspector and to forward to the Minister  the letter of complaint from the Department of Highways.  PROGRESS  Dr. Reynolds reported that satisfactory  progress is being made regarding the new  health centre, to be located at Squamish.  Three service clubs are busy raising funds,,  which led Pemberton Village representative, Mr. T. B. M. Fougberg to query why  funds have to be raised locally; he would  have thought the entire cost should, be a  government responsibility.  Stating that this is something new to  him also, Dr. Reynolds who comes from the  British Isles, explained that the. Federal  and ���- Provincial ygovernments pay a percentage of tiie cost, the difference to be  raised locally.  Pender i/tJVews  IN THE noon hour the Grads now are  selling candy bars, pop, potato chips  and bags of peanuts. The proceeds go  towards the graduation dance and banquet.  Friday, Oct. 6 they had a sale of hotdogs  and pop.  Congratulations to 1967 Grad Buddy  Klein who won the Pender Harbour P.T.A.  Bursary and the Order of the Eastern Star  Bursary, Also Marian Vaughan, valedictorian of her class, who won the Pender  Harbour Legion Branch 112 Bursary and  the Secheit Teacher's Association Bursary;  Janet Webb winner of the Pender Hartwur  P.T.A. Bursary and the Ladies Auxiliary  to Branch 112 Bursary.  Leonard Graves, one of last year's  Grads, is now attending Victoria College  where he is persuing a career of Oceanography. Leonard -was inadvertently overlooked when I was doing my write-ups on  the Grads just prior to my Expo trip. My  apoldgies to Leonard and ins family.  Recently it was proposed .on a certain  television show that students wear school  uniforms    instead    of   ordinary   clothes.  Judging from their comments it appears  as though this movement would have little  support from the students of Pender..Most  students said that it .was stupid.   One, of  the teachers said it would make everybody  look the same, which would be very boring.  A couple of students however, siaid it would  be good because it would keep some of the  girls from wearing too short mini-skirts,  and that it would be good for the students  whose parents were in the lower income  brackets. *  I for one would oppose any movement  of this sort on the grounds that it would  make students lose their individuality.  It is a hard competitive world we live  in, and it is an inescapable fact that' there  - are rich people and poor people in it. If  students were insulated from this feet they  would be bound to receive a rude awakening when they ventured out into the world  and discovered that there are some who  are more equal tiian others.  CREDIT UNION   ' afSECHELT;*'B;C. '"   Tuesday to Friday���10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  Saturday���10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.  Telephone 885-9551  W4NTA0S  CJfAJU-03S  .1    ���*���  "Times" AdBriofe  will sell - buy - rent  trade!  A powerful fishing motor with..  THE QUIET LIFE  Happy the man whose wish and care a few  paternal acres bound,  Content to breathe his native air on his  own ground,  Whose fields with bread, whose herds with  milk,  Whoso flocks supply him with attire.  Whose trees in summer yield him shade, in  winter fire.  Blest1,  who can unconcernedly find hours  .*    . days and year slide soft away  , In health of body,, peace of mind, quiet fcy  day,  Sound sleep at night.  Study   and   case   together   mixed,   swept  recreation  That most doth please with meditation.  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A.^  ,- } J ^   f ^J *-��   '  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, October 11 # T967  r00*ltiiMlfm00k0000*��000000*000����ir000��*00w000000*00*000000*00000*0*0000*000*00**t00000iK   I  Tilil  A-.*I  fed  f   >  tr.-i  JLJnkJui.o  S ,   mmmmm   ���.���               -��� : ���       ��� ...   -v ta  B ���* 1 ^     * 2  5 "4 may be wrong, but 1 shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."* ,  __"*"  John Atkins ��  8   s  ~00*O000*M****0*0*00*000000000"'0000000000000''000*00*000000*000000000000000*0000000000002  Amn "  i   'M      *  Gibsons bowling  Reynolds 644, Bill McGivern 245. -,  '     Teachers   Hi:   Paddy   Richardson- 6B0  (257),  Sylvia  Bingley 699  (252, 245),  Bob  -   --Y.��� ___���-- ��.- -i    -     -Blakeman -715,   Freeman   Reynolds   820  cn-v*--- a    VKEmJSTTXtffltiSlL^^ 6537  f5si#_ this week> r0llihg a hig,h*tri?le.,0f"^ r^n-n-,���-,!**   .Tack Clement  K^.T _ onjhe Teachers _!feagueASylvia Bingley led  "���' "' I  "the ladies ~\Vith a 699 in the Teachers lea-  JLet*�� Mee faets  WE have written previouly regarding the pansion to double its present size of the  parochialism existing between various Hospital. Last week village council ap-  small  communities  which  in so many proved  the  subdivision  upon  which  a  based upon personal animosities  ;/ *. *"-���-������-*-���'.���   i,i �� ���  l  '.*-.    -."i. r. *   li        . J.  \ ���'������"���;-*-���������!*.'"'-��� *."-"���*���- -j  .-���.a"  V,t*    *..�������� *      ���*  cases is  and questionable motives.  We have individuals who at the drop  of a hat will launch forth into hysterical  tirades at the mere mention of progress  in a neighbouring community. Others will  go down with the ship still insisting it is  the only vessel afloat when a little logic  in place of devotion would clearly indicate otherwise.  One of the most typical examples of  this desire to down grade a community  reared its head at the last meeting of the  Regional Board during discussion on location of a proposed headquarters for the  School Board to include quarters for the  Regional Board.  In order to appease the preponderance pt Gibsons and district members it  was suggested Roberts Creek would be a  logical location, with no consideration  what-so-ever to the fact that numerous  Senior Citizens housing project is slated  to go ahead in the near future. The medical clinic is already undergoing a  $28,000 expansion, a large store-apartment building is under construction and  other substantial projects are still at the  rumour stage. -    .     .  . Population wise,  those  who would  muzzle a growing community, overlook pa^ ri,0>,ei.  the fact that a great number of the busi- DaQ Mackay< right wing for newly  nessmen of Secheit reside a short distance  outside village boundaries and are helping the ever increasing populations of  Davis Bay, Selma Park and West Secheit.  This of course will be argued as not in  Secheit but just how hairsplitting do we  have to get?  Also conveniently overlooked is the  Secheit Indian reserve which has a population of something like 500. The Indians  are not to be passed off as some kind of  second class citizens, they contribute cori-  gue.  Ladies Coffee* Lorraine "Werning 599,  Therese Jenkins 593 (259), Alice Day 590,  Ha-tel Wright 611, lya Peterson 600, Phyllis  Hoops ,593 (234), Melody Henry 512, Donna  Forsyth" 538, Carol Kurucy 666 (250),' Dina  Wilson 514, Tina Vanderhorn 531, Terry  Delong-507, Irene Rottluff 697 (236, 294),  Ann Johnson 5i4, Doreen Crosby 641 (2|8),  Irene Jewitt 588, Marion Lee*519.   . ���  Gibsons A: Alex Robertson 633, Joan  Whieldon 680 (244), Don Skinner655 (2441,  Lorraine Werning 604, Frank Nevens 668  (278), Orville Shogan 725  (251),  Freeman  Commercials:  Jack Clement 268, Murray Crosby 259, Evelyn Shadwell 605.(243),. _  George Elander 769 (256, 306), Lionel McCraig 684, Lorne Gregory 672 (243), Jack  Marshall 247, Doreen Crosby 607.  Port Mellon: Bill Ayres 587 (259), Dot  Skury 548, Jean Roberts 511, Red Day 524,  Glyn Davies 623, Marjory LittleJohn 550,  Gerry Turenne 506, Herb Lowden 579.  Mens: Red Day, 642 (256), Frank Nevens 728 (269, 268).  Bantams: Debbie Sicptte 243, Marlon  Jenkins 237.  Juniors: Colleen Husby 354 (190),, Ginny  Alsager 288, Martin Kiewitz 372 (244),  Wayne Wright 395 (245), Jim Green 354  (221), Bob Blakeman 275.  Pegasus won 7-0. The, only team-ih  formed Division two team, Gibsons Division > two, like Pegasus, Gibsons  United didn't quite beat "Movei?" tfriited has-been, forced : to. join a  (Joe Wilson) of Division one, Pegasus Lower Mainland League and. will  to the ball in exhibition game where   have to play- all -games-in-town.  ta.  21 cu. ft. Deep Freeze  ���* -  �����*r  :*&*- <&  ^r^riv  r ���  J*  '>-  Wr, h  \&SJ&&  i N-  **-     -  X  **V -V^a-rr-aa;  **  i&7x  S*?'~*4S  **> * jr      * t        r _  ���  \  ��--4  ����rf v*r��*.���,*liT-i*#-?-/-_. '.t_W*i  subdivisions are building up in the Pen- siderably to the -economy of Secheit for  der Harbour area,  a district generally it is a sure thing they do not do their  recognized as the future tourist centre, shopping elsewhere, other than on the  This does hot suggest just summer visitors rare occasion, of course. In the report  for  permament population  also  grows of   the   aforementioned f planner,   brief  with tourism. mention was made of Indian reserves in  One of the upstanding supporters of the area,  anywhere but Secheit mentioned the fact Youngsters from the reserve are now  that the recent planning report indicates integrating into the local schools, and are  Secheit   is   declining   population   wise adding to no small extent to school po-  whereas "Gibsons is increasing. pulation in the district.  This would appear extremely ques- We most certainly would not be suf  tionable for only a year or so ago Secheit ficiently small mindeid to suggest that  Village expanded its boundaries to more Secheit is the only place, worthy of con  .than double,^  additional population along West Por- ever suggest it is the logical centre of the  Poise Bay. Strictly speaking, population Sunshine Coast. Its potential is both tre-    Andy Higgins of Madeira Park and    win  in   a   spirited   game   with   the  of the actual village is not large, neither mendous and obvious to all other than    j0hn Hopkins of Gibsons, Local 297    newly formed Madeira Park team,  is it increasing to any great extent. What those who for reasons best known to    play   footsie   with   the   ball   during    League games are expected to start  5 YEAR 1-OOD WARRANTY  '^���.^o6ta>aPJflqttqO.OQQQn"nAa,���  MARSHALL WELLS  MARINE DRIVE, GIBSONS���- Ph. 886-2442  Toe toss  is overlooked is the fact that Secheit is themselves chose to think otherwise,  growing'quite Parochialism is not good, it belongs  Most  notable   development  is . the in the past and has no place in a progres-  breakwater, followed by the proposed ex- sive world.  Without f enr ��r favtiitr  POLICE Court news is probably more outlook to adopt this attitude. Once in a  widely read than any other item in a while, as happened recently, one man up  weekly newspaper, simply because it in- on a motoring offence, went to great  variably involves,, a  great; number  of. lengths to have his name kept out of the  people, in one "way and another, and as paper, even to the'extent of suggesting  pointed out from time to time, is part we would be losing business should we  of the penalty one has to pay by falling publish his name,  into the clutches of the-law. The Times does not appreciate this  The outcry, which^^ wouldjarise should kind of intimidation as the person in-  no report be published; of certain cases volved discovered. We fail to recognize  requires no imagination and any paper the fact that any one person occupies  which fails to report court;hews, rpb- such an elevated position that he can  beries etc, faces anextt-emeiyiun given the  future as an interesting rag. Occasionally kid  glove treatment. When  our  name  when extenuating circumstances involve comes up in court, providing it pets a $50  a case of a sordid nature which has little or larger fine, it will be m print along-  news   value  and would hurt innocent side the others.  people, it is witheld. This however, is Other papers might for the. sake of a  quite rare and certainly not appreciated shekel abandon normal ethics but as long  by those who prefer tovprint without fa- as The Times is in business we will con-  v��t-r*          A./...>:�� A; a'                       *.* tinue to publish the facts. This is what  Other newspapers of a )pss ethical na- the public is entitled to: and what it will  ture publish only those cases Which will receive,  not harm them financially.'Th> is some- ,  thing deplored by those in the profession  who adhere to the adage '*we publish ";, ���',���'.,  without fear or favour". i  Certainly there has to be a line, in so  much that it would be absurd to make  ��� a big play of cvci'y trivial case coming ur>  in court, in this respect The times docs  not bother, under normal circumstances,  with anything drawing a fine of less than  $50. ,   , i    ,.���..,;   , > ,���',���' i  This is the only line and while \wc;       -.'i'["."77":'.  occasionally Jose the business ottho.sc  .who feel their name should be deleted,  cither because thy arc customers or feci       '     '  they are different, we will continue to act >   ,  in an ethical manner as Jong as,we arc  able to obtain court news,  It is to the credit of the public that  ..JycryJcwpcQpJtan^  weekend exhibition game in Division  four where Local 297 scored a~ 1-0  in the near future.  ^xmr^ra^iaKOK^  HAVE YOUR MOTOR  WINTERIZED  and repdy for spriiig  AH   makes   of   Ourboards,   Lawnmowers,  S . 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(l*U��f)jJii��K^tlll��it*?^%lj>W^^lHfc imus&HKl #-���(  nmndum-  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  mmmmm4440mmmmmm04imm400mmmmi0i0mmimm  Some heating fuels give you "cxtraH'^you^ bo bettor olTwitli  out.Xike fumea and soot-With electric heat, bo fuel m burned  bo no dirt is created to mar your furnishingfl. You get oven,  comfortable heat; operating -coats are low, and your Heating  system requires little or no maintenance, Come to think of it,  value it adds to lyQurhome, Aa. the trend to all-electric living,  continues, moro and more homebuyers will be demanding  modern', efilcient electric heat, That could mean a lot when  tho time comes to sell,       .���  14��000 homeowners have made Electric Heat B,C/sHottest sellerl  B.CHYPRO  (fiftt >*^W4i(i^w��WfiteMl*i*l*����f <#tM**k  *  .      *.���.   *.Jf      4,   if    *    V**��  -H- ���      ���    ���f -  -K-'-Hr  ���'"TTi  1,1    -.rlL',if*U  "<! V  ��JiVlrW..^TV,|Ii  1    1"  s  --  --   s ,   ,       s  f t     S    S     f     "    s  *  ���   ��   ���- V  V   n*-if(-**rv   tf"^f \jf-jK^-ler^f .?****���  ��� >" *-**���-/ t>  f  l^iyAjyy   I'U*., ^J-,- ^t       ,      ,  r s-fnstf   i  *   J^-"a  IT*  -a  a'a*v^ 4a rtavi- rV\.^.^ ^w(a ^ if^kffi9ffH^n^il(7L j.     a  -     k  i i vt; If if ���  -    -A-<*-f��aJlV3  West-Lee  - - U J^**i -w  The Peninsula Times Page 5  ���    Wednesday, October 11   1967 ,  at  g^remdny  naifes flyitig. group corp. and Mrs. tt. Hunt  pf Portage La Prairie, Man.; Master* Jimmy  ST. MARY'S Chapel, Garden. Bay, was the  scene of &,1pretty wedding on Friday,,  j f _-���.������...  \ugust 25- at 7:30 p.m. when Bonnie Ellen,    Walcott,~Mrs~ Eva-ScoTtrMrrisair^ilMtt,  only daughter bf Mr�� ahd Mrs., Gilbert Lee    Mr., Gordon Scott all of .Vancouver; Miss  of Irvine's Landing, exchanged vows with   -A���   ��-��-���>-    - ~     ......  Grateme Ward West^ youngest son of Mr.  and Mrs. John W. Vfesp of Egmont, B.C.  Canon Alan Greene officiated with Rev.  Barry Jenks assisting at the' double-ring  ceremony.  Escorted by her father, the bride wore  a floor-length ��� gown of white nylon over  taffeta, with lily point sleeves. Her three-  tiered shoulder-length net veil was held in  place with white flpwers and she carried a  cascade bouquet of red roses and white  carhations.  Attending the bride were the bride's  cousin, Miss Brenda Lee and .the groom's  sister, Miss Heather West. Miss, Lee wore  a pale pink over darker pink embroidered  nylon gown with white accessories. Her  bouquet was pink carnations with white,  ribboh. Miss West was gowned in lilac  with white accessories and carried a bouquet of white carnations and lilac ribbon.  Mr. Peter West, brother, of the groom,  was best man with Mr. Rob Murchie and  Mr. Gordon Scott of Vancouver acting as  ushers. Wedding music was played by  Mrs., Don Cameron. '  Reception .followed at Madeira Park  Community Hall, where the bride's table  was centred with a three-tiered wedding  cake, made by the bride's mother, ahd  beautifully decorated by Mrs. W. Rousseau.  The toast was proposed by the bride's  uncle, Mr. Frank Lee. Master of Ceremonies was Mr. Etob Creighton.  The bride's mother chose a light blue  wool suit with white accessories and the  groom's mother, a flowered pink nylon  dress with white accessories. ��� Both wore  corsages of white carnations. After the  wedding the bride presented her bouquet  to her mother.  For travelling the .bride donned a suit  of navy blue with white accessories and  a white carnation corsage. The young  couple are residing in Richmond, B.C.  Out-of-town guests were the bride's  grandmother, Mrs. Florence E. Reed; the  groom's grandmother, Mrs. Maud Griffith,  from Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph  Eddy, Hope^JB.C.; Mr, and Mrs. Ronald.  ' Marstori, Seattle,"Wish'.; the. bride's .cousin  who is with the Canadian Golden Centen-  '     v ���   - *"   *    * ! v *��� * A VX       ��  A ���*' lS ' 1       X  H����li_H*"SI  "   :Fzaw3*aPA'!/  '  i AA��> ��*'���*���>>'> < ��"����-   Qftf frf^ 7'J  LX<L&, *�����-..!�����.,*, vfc^trfW,Jfa.i,..w,  vol  Ann Hfefiry, Guernsey, Channel Islandsr  Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Miller, White Rock;  Mrs. Joyce West, Mr. Robin West; Mrs.  Olive Gibson, Vancouver; Miss Alice Griff-,  ith Campbell, Ri^er; Mrs. Elaine Heggland,  Crofton; Mr. Rob Murchie, Vancouver and  Mr.- and Mrs. Dean Robilliard of Secheit.  tah Van. Burdetts  draw at Snowflen Park  PEGASUS F.C. staged a late second half  rally Sunday, at Sowden Park, to tie  Burdett 'B' 4-4. The game was played  under ideal conditions despite the heavy*  rains,  Burdetts opened the scoring with a fine  goal from their outside right, and a few  minutes later, he tatlied number two.  Roland August put the 'Pegs' back in the  game, when Russ.. Edmonds, Pegasus'  Skipper^ intercepticf* a |>as$ twenty-five  yards, out,, and took a siMirig shot which  w.as too hot for the 'keeper to hang on to,  and Roland fired hprrie thfe; re-bound for  the score. Half time 24 for Burdetts.  . The North/Van. lads came out strong  after the iitite'rvai, ajn<! were rewarded by  a goal. Pegasus refused to give up though,  and Russ Esmond/ set up his brother  Lome with a through pass and he made no  mistake. Burdetts came back and got  number four and looked certain to^carry  away the two points. With only seven  minutes left arid trailing by two goals it  looked like it was all over but the shouting.  However, no-one told the Pegasus lads.  They piled on the pressure and were awarded a penalty, kick when Burdetts centre  half handled in'the ai'ea.  Russ Edmonds converted it into a goal,  and all of a sudden the 'Pegs' were back  in the game. With only three minutes left,  Russ once again set up Lome with a  defence-splitting pass, and Lorne rose to  the occasion to tie the game and salvage  a point.  , Some of thei stuff they serve Jn bars  today not only hits" the spot, but removes  it too!  m@s&m qjqh  Build your iong-term  'savings prdgratn on the  guaranteed foundation of  permanent life insurance.  V.   .'I,*  *#* ���.���'i -  i *���� ��   *  s-  B*/  Robert E. Lee  THE  Great-West Life  ASSURANCE   COMPANY  Gtb  your key to guaranteed financial security  For further information write ta  Box 600 GIBSONS  LT. ROBIN CRUSOE  Disney Live Action - Dick Van Dyke - Nancy  Kwan - Akim Tamiroff  'CARTOON - TECHNICOLOR  SPECIAL MATIMB  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 ~ 2:00 PJMp  See itat ihe SECHEIT THEATRjE  THE THEATRE ON THE WATERFRONT  Rule by tyranny1?  Editor, The Times'     '   " " ',    ;  , Sir-.Regard1 ing your editorial in. the Oct.'  4 issue of your papt>r,. under- th6 heading  "The Pious Speak' Out", I declare that I  strongly ��� object,.to -your assertion that he  manner ih whicii he hippie paper-Georgia  Straight was forbidden to ptiblish is justified.   '  I believe also, that you are quite unjust  to a great number of people when yoU accuse'the'm of personal uncleanliness. True,  some of them are filthy -in this respect,  and this I cannot understand, nor tolerate  either, but I know many of them are just  as careful personally as you or I, and many  other people.. You will find the unclean  also if you look about you in the Establishment, as well.  I fail to grasp just how you as a, writer  would use the Word pious, to describe those  who have ehough intelligence to see, ahd  ,the courage to speak out, when they see  our basic freedoms dangered by those who  would prefer to rule by tyranny. According  to Collins English dictionary, the word is ,  described as "being godly and religious".  That is the last thing I believe one should  need as a qualification- to fight for their  freedom. I am anything but pious, but I  have enough' intellect to realize if people  such as Mayor Campbell are allowed to  succeed unchallenged in this manner, we  are allowing an extremely dangerous, precedent to be set. -   ���.,. .���*  I am.not defending the Georgia Straight,  itself! if it is publishing filth and pornography, then I most certainly agree it should  not  be  allowed.  However,  that  which  is  pornagraphy to one, may not be to another. I do not believe it is Mr.' Campbell's..  position to judge, using his moral code as  a yard stick of propriety. There are those,  who for instance, object to the naked body  in  paintings  or  sculpture.  I  see  nothing  wrong  with art of this  sort,  I  see  only  beauty,  providing it is executed in good '  taste.  Mayor Campbell, who perhaps missed his  calling by not becoming an actor, has suddenly chosen to play the role of Oliver  Cromwell, elected to Parliament in 1628 to  represent Huntingden. As his power grew,  he forbade almost everything the common  people, .enjoyed, -including.,the srecogmtionv  of Christmas, and the singing of Christmas  carols.  Mr. Campbell has set himself up as an  absolute monarch in the realm of puritan-  ism. No one knows better than hims  that the proper channels are through the  courts, but he chose to disregard" this procedure.  He has stated that the paper is a filthy  rag. I cannot- quarrel with that statement,/  for I have not read tbe paper. If it truly is  a filthy rag, then the hippies themselves  should use their heads and force the publishers to clean it up, or else, for many ft  of them are intelligent enough to realiie itf  will do nothing but harm  to their images  if allowed to ..continue in this manner. However, I do object to the Mayor's dictatorial m-ethods~6f"iettihf rid of It   '*"   ^ ^  I am not-positive offhand, but I believe  it was Herodius who wrote: "We are content to accept the evil done by men ih the  name of evil, but heaven help us from  the evil done in the name of good."  We have Health Inspectors, Fire Marshals, Safety Inspectors, and numerous others. If and when they find conditions unsuitable during their inspection, the management is warned,. and given a set length  of time to clean it, up. Why hot the Georgia  Straight? If a warning was disregarded,  then the Court should decide the validity  of the case, ���  Mr. Campbell also states that the paper  is slanted in its views; Are we approaching the time when one dare not speak, out  or write anything radical, or different to  the accepted views, without fear of punishment? '    ���   * ���  You Mr, Wheeler, more than anyone  _c.se,. should ��� be incensed and vehemently  aroused by anyone daring to tamper with  freedom of, speech, and, of the press. If  this attempt at smothering the written  word is successful, on the excuse that a  paper is slanted; then you, Sir, may - find  your own doors padlocked \n the somewhat  hoar future,"You may slant your editorials  ngnlnsl the hippies, nnd pot mnny will rise  to denounce you ns yet, but once the precedent In this case Is set because not enough  some editors chose to support it, then oven  the hippies may get on'tho band wtiRon,  and heaven help you If you should over  offend u' politician.  ' R. DON KICK  Secheit.' '  ftwXXXXXMMM^^  1 To loam about n woman, nsk tho num  who Is owned by ono.  wrfiifiitw'���! iaa*l��MHitiW��itl<i*<*  HiVcka, houses nrid hog llnoa,,. tartnna nnd tarns  .., tho old trodltlons glvo curling o floir ond opponl  nil Its own. 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WASHER HAS;  ��� 2 Speeds ��� Brisk GcnHo  ���^�� -3 4cyt1or=^NontfQlrPuniblrPi��iS'^Sook'"  ~    ���-Full Flexibility for All Fabric Waahing  DRYER HAS;  ��� Timo and Automatic Cycle*  ��� 3 Heat Selection  ��� In-A-Poor Unt Trap  t��P|^W��fiWlUWT��W��i��  WASHER  DRYER  Othelr Washers From  Dryers From  $399.9.5  $229.95  l^^jl^*?��sWW��W1��lWT***K  ���*���*--r�����t  r     /  i i  i: ,  A I .  ��� ��� i  *Vv u...irf1*T'" t*K ,s '   y '��� j.   ii' ,   .�� �� v*[t  .n,��V  Poge>6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday^ October TI, \9$T  Active gmiip v . >  loses two volue  SUNSHINE Coast Business and Profes|s$n&i  Women's Clufar held its first ranting  after the summer recess,, at pie'sy Cove  Resort on Oct; 3. '; '!;-A   >  Miss Adele de Lange, the vice-presidept;  took the chair and explained that ltyWas  with great regret that she had to/announce  the resignation of the club president, "Mrs!  Grace Harling, who was mOvmgAyitht; her  family back to Vancouver. .Mrs. * Hairling  will be greatly missed as she, is ay charter  member of the club and worked very "hard  as the first secretary when the club; was  formed in 1964. .   [[[.���..  Miss de Lange regretted that she was  unable to step into the presidency thisvyear  due to her heavy commitments on behalf  of the Secheit Village Commission. [ After  due process Mrs, . Helen Bathgate of  Egmont was elcted president. A  Mrs. Bathgate has been a regular and  reliable member of the club since its early  stages. She has held the offices of emblem  chairman, secretary and treasurer.y She  was one of the clulx's. delegates.to-its  provincial conference at Pmewoods"Lodge,  Manning Park, in May of this yeax^and  Candle capers  Ma Murray, who has been burning  the midnight oil again (portrayed by  Herbert Bollington), finds a use for  the little utensil carried delicately  by model Fritz Leuchte. Mr. Leuchte  ���in costume representing the year  2000���decided the little gadget found  under beds in olden times will be  needed again with tiie severe water  shortage at Redrooffs.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Oh dear!  No lady would be complete without  ai large, handbag and model Ralph  Lynds searches frantically for the  ever-elusive lipstick as hc prepares  to make his grand entrance in the  fashion show at Welcomu Beach Hall.  WELCOME Eieach Community Association  started off its winter program with a  Thanksgiving party last Saturday in a hall  decorated by Mrs. Guy Clear with pumpkins, squash, cabbages and fruits from  local gardens. Over 40 people packed the  hall and joined in the singing of Harvest  Home and some old time songs.  Supplying the music were Mr, and Mrs.  Frit2 Leuchte' who love nothing better than  a singsong. During the winter time, these  gifted musicians visit Lions' Gate Hospital  regularly to entertain the patients and  staff with their music. There was old  time dancing and Hugh Duff showed some  excellent slides of the pavilions of Expo  which he and Mrs. Duff recently visited.  There were moments of quiet thought-  fulness too, as Canon Alan Greene gave a  short address on thanksgiving and read  messages-from Lt. Gov. George R. Pearkes  and the Deputy Provincial Secretary.  Undoubtedly the most outstanding feature of the evening was the dress parade  with men in women's clothes. These were  a surprising number trf entries, all of such  "a high standard that awarding tbe prizes  must have* been a difficult task for the  three judges, Mrs. Anton Kadin, Mrs. Frank  Lyons and Mrs. Keith Gomyn.  First prize was awarded to Hugh Duff,  attired in a mink stole and exquisitely  coiffured wig ahd manipulating his high  heeled shoes with grace and skill. Jim  Cooper, in a pink, lace shawl, received a  prize for the most comic costume, The  teenager's prize went to Roy Marshall who  made a most attractive girl with long  flaxen hair. A special prize was awarded  to Fritz Leuchte for his futuristic concep-  . tion of a Welcome Beach lady in the year  2000, when he apparently considers there  will still be no solution to the local water  problem.  Other highly commended models were  Herbert Bollington, displaying the latest  in evening wear, Roy Holgate as a Hawaiian  maiden, Guy Clear as a Japanese girl,  Bert James, Ralph Lynds and Rob Wilkin-  ' son. The . excellent turkey sandwiches  served with the lunch -were made anil  donated   by   Mrs.  Hugh  Duff.    The   next  ���by Mary Tinkley  party at the hall will be a Halloween costume party on Oct. 28.  *.  *   *  Redrooffs and district was packed for  the Thanksgiving holiday, though many of  the summer residents spent the time retrieving and salvaging boats which broke  loose or were swamped during last Friday's  storm. All lost boats were eventually recovered and at last report efforts were  being made to raise the Ron Bendy boat  which had sunk at Welcome Beach.  At the. southern end of Thormanby  Island, 23 students from the universities  of Washington, Oregon and B.C. spent the  holiday carrying out a mycological survey.  '-***��.  On   Wednesday,   October   14th,   Ronnie  Brooks, a former resident of Halmoon Bay  will be married to Norma Lynne, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs.. Norman Petrie,.of.Camp-*,  bell River.   The ceremony will take place  at the United  Church  at Campbell. River  and will be followed by a reception .at'the  Discovery Inn.  *   *   *  Canon and Mrs. Alan Greene have returned home after an interesting trip" They  travelled by P.G.E. to Pavilion, a fe,w  miles beyond Lillooet, then transferred to  a bus which returned them to Vancouver  by way of Clinton, Kamloops and the Fraser  Canyon. At Boston Bar they stopped for  a visit' with Evan MacDougall, son of the  late Mrs. Marg. Meuse.  Two of the Bay's residents confined to  St. Mary's Hospital are Mrs. Frank Kingston and Buck Cranswick.  Mr. and Mrs. Alec Morris, former residents of Welcome Beach, are enjoying a  week's vacation at their, former home.  Guests of the Stone's at "Secret Cove  have been Francis Stone's cousin, Mrs.  Joan Keeble of Kensington, Lbridon, England and Miss Mary Prior of Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Vic. Gendroh of Riondel  have been recent visitors of the Anton  Kadin's at Eureka.  Visiting   Mrs.   Keith   Comyn   are   her  grandchildren, Trevor and Kevin. Marshall.  Bill Gunn spent a few days at his Sea-  crest cottage last week.  also attended theyLower Mainland regional  Conference   with yother  club membersx in  l&arch.  ���':' It was also regretted that the club's  membership chairman, Mrs. Ruth McLin-  tock, had had to resign.due to the fact that  she too had moved back to Vancouver.  Mrs. Marilyn Wigard of Secheit was elected membership chairman; Mrs. Lois Stan-  pard of Secheit was elected United Nations  chairman; Mrs. Phyllis McLeod was elected treasurer.  A letter of thanks from the bursary  recipient, Merrilee Olson of Elphinstone  High School, was read. She reported that  this summer she had taken a six weeks'  course in I.B.M. keypunch operation at  Western School of Commerce in Vancouver  and is now. employed in the data processing  department of the B.C. Telephone Co.  The club will again be selling UNICEF  Christmas cards and will have a supply on  hand ih the near future. Proceeds go to  UNICEF, a branch of the United Nations,  to help needy children the world over.  Funds have to he raised to pay the  club's portion to the federation's Centennial  Year Foundation, a foundation set up by  the federation of all clubs in Canada, the  interest from which will be used in various  ways but chiefly in some form of education. It was decided to run a raffle for  a Christmas Hamper. Tickets will be on  sale shortly.  Business Women's Week will be observed Oct. 22 to 28 and a committee is working on" the club's presentation on the  peninsula.  Guest speaker for the evening (Oct. 3)  was Mrs. Caryl Cameron of Pender Harbour, who gave a most entertaining account  of her return this summer to her birch-  place, Lashburn, Saskatchewan, which,  although only a small community of some  350 people, had arranged a most elaborate  centennial celebration centred around a  commemorative monument housing the old  school bell dating back to 1902.  The overwhelming mass of detail and  hard work that every member of the community had put into the effort was staggering since it was estimated some 900 people  from different parts of the world, all ex-  .residents of Lashburn,,..pyer,n>.the..,,past.���,65.,  years, returned for the three-day celebration.  It was a marvel of organization and  most heartwarming to hear of a community working together so well. The members  greatly enjoyed Mrs. Cameron's talk.  It was announced that the speaker for  the next meeting, Tuesday, Nov. 7, at Ole's  Cove, will be Mr.. Norman Watson, chairman of the Regional District, who will  speak dn the formation of an action taken  by the Regional District.  Anyone interested in joining the BPW  Club is cordially invited to contact the  membership chairman, Mrs._ "Marilyn Wigard of Secheit, or any other' club member.  WARREN Allen in thfe High Sjc^|^g|e j  rolled   a - two-game ' :total;7y|^tf|^i|p^^i8vy:v  335). Dennis Gamble was hig^bo^er^lh  773 (284). Sylvia Jackson topp^theBlS|(ifes;y  with 652(318).  ���' 77f0l��0:iXA,.,.,  LEAGUE SCORES ' '  ,   ��� 77-AA'7[7---7/7  Sports Club:  Red Robinson. $75;"{281);;  Phil Joe 317; Jean Robinson'587,'  Ladies:   Fran  Starrs  642-<i265)ARose  Rodway 285; Lil McCourt 256.y AA \  Ladies' Matinee: Jean Eidred 665 (255).'  Pender: Evelyn Harrison 628 C271); Eric!������;  Antilla 654  (286);  Helen Edwardson 25^;'  Carol Reid 258. AA   ^ - ������;  Commercial:   Lola   Caldwell  623  (264);  Dennis Gamble 773 (284); Sam MacKenzie  313.  Ball   and   Chain:   Sylvia   Jackson  652  (318); Fran Jackson 615 (310); Kathy Hall  262; Al Lynn 658" (268).  SCHOOL LEAGUES  Seniors:   Warren Allen 583  (248,   335).;  Heather Hall 301; Earl John 50X (223, 278).  TEN  PINS  Mixed: Randy Page 320 (176); Dorothy  Rodway 316 (178).  CJq$ses far children and  adults held at St. Hilda's  Church Mall iSechelt,  Starting  Saturday, October 14th  ENQUIRIES  Sally Shore L.R.A.D.  Phone 886-7059  Or on  Saturday morning  at the Hall.  TIMES ADBRIEFS WORK'FOR  YOU  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  Secheit 885-2214  Toll Free from Vancouver 685-4922  $Q.OO  JaW each  Secheit & Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  (Boyshore Inn)  NEW SCHEDULE SERVICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 4th  MONDAY  Leaves Secheit  Time Flight  9:00 o.m.        901  3:00 p.m.        301  WEDNESDAY ��� FRIDAY  Leaves Gibsons  Time Flight  9:15 o.m.        901  3:15 p.m.        301  Leaves Vancouver  Time Flight  10:30 a.m.      1031  4:00 p.m.        401  SATURDAY (One Flight Only)  Leaves Secheit  Tine Flight  9:00 o^m.        901  Leaves Gibsons  Time Flight  9:15 a.m.        901  Leaves Vancouver  Time Flight  10:00 am.      1001  SUNDAY (One Flight Only)  Leaves Secheit  Leaves Gibsons  Leaves Vancouver  Time                 Flight  Time                Flight  Time                 Flight  3:00 p.m.        301  3:25 p.m.        301  4:00 p.m.        401  OTHER CONNECTING SERVICES MONDAY . 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M-*��f*WW*f^a*i*��itfr        toMBW  Buy yours today-*  you  ��B*7|  f  U    I  :/.   ��  i  -��� km hiMa  , %wwmmtm),*immiMim  mmmmmmmmm*imm��mM:iiuMmmMiimmmmimi*mtt$ki  ./*_..,  ; I     f       I - > I 1< ���   I <  I  J!",':..*  r,  t  * * i tik t / t���> /'"'A t f t >///<>//,'///,*> ���,������> / i* f / / ,  t ' *    *    ��    ��    ���    *  <*����'���  t      t     ��      ���     t      1     f i       ?***#  t-    | ' v,  i-  -   H^rA.yfliAJVA ~,/~fr f   rf.   "f   SC^ST   '  --j* f* sav��*j*- /*-'*/* flJ*-f��.- ^t^A-w* -a^a-ai-ao**. ��  ' " V \ "  �����j   <j~tr^\  ._A*��tf.-*-/- -p.- ������.. -.���-  *Tt    .'   ^'''SJ*^^^^ --W����X^_^A<1  ^-v-i^  Around Gibsons  WALLY and Rita Peterson and daughter  Lorraine had -a pleasurable six-week  holiday recently 'when tfiey* motoVed through  every province in Canada. Good.weather  during the trip added to'their comfort. In  fact, they fo,und it pleasantly warm while  swimming in. the AtlfttnhcOcean. *  * They especially enjoyed the Maritime  provinces, the rugged scenic beauty of  Cape Breton, etc. The Petersons saw Expo  and while in Montreal visited Malcom and���  Mary Heino who are well and happy there.  Malcom was born at Gibsotts, son of. Charlie Heino; Mary is a sister" of Irene Kullander. ��� - ���..''. ��� ��� ��� *  Mr. and Mrs. Peterson "were ih Halifax,-  the Great Lakes area and also toured in  the States.  Mrs. C. Strom was impressed by the  immensity of the city of London as viewed  from the plane while it circled for 25 minutes to lose altitude from 37,000 feet. Mrs.  Strom reports that the weather was not  too good during her six-week vacation in  England. Mrs. Strom was happy to be reunited with relatives in the Old Country.  She revisited the school which she had  attended,  and  again met old friends.  About Buckingham Palace, Mrs. Strom  says seeing it en television doesn't show  all the shine and gilt in its full gleam as  it really is.  Mrs. Strom went through the mile tunnel under the Mersey River between Liverpool and Birkenhead. At Blackpool, she  maryelled at the beau^^ golden sand.  Mrs! Strom''''rioted''Bie''grandeur and  magnificence of views on the trip home  over Greenland. Arriving at Vancouver  Mrs. Strom said motorists here are courteous drivers, sometimes one goes elsewhere  before   appreciating  this.  Mr. and Mrs; George Hill spent their  holiday  camping  at Loon  Lake.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  J. Haining visited  Van-  NOTICE  cuver Island while on vacation.  John Charman was guest at the home  of Mr. and. Mrs. William Peers in Langley  on the week-end.  * <.��,���*���".  At St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church  i     X- , -,      *-*       a"'1'  ] Landscaping  starts        '  First stage of the landscaping project around the Gibsons municipal  ball and the health centre -has ,bei?n  completed    with    this   ne^t-looking  on  Sunday 'evenings  throughout October,    parking area with its concrbte,,curb-*  ��� Inn     c*a*��**-rv��rtt*-.     nA��:n',l      n^A��    *TP-r-.A-��-i-^7x**-��rf     --AmflAA ���   _ ' i���*      ��__.*_ .     _ ���*��    il     .      I.       ���-! /l��A T   '   Jjl A. _ JS  l,t "What- are., the Sacra-  Oct. 8, *%hat Is ���the jneaning of  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Secheit  Monday, Oct, 16th  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  885*9525  the sermon period after Evensong service  is, being used for the purpdse of 'answer  ing questions concerning the' faith. These  were  on:   Oct  ments?  Holy Baptism?" Next Sunday, Oct. 15 will  be "Man and. His World���How True?";  Oct. 22, the Vicar will answer "How shall  I baptize someone in an emergency?'', and  on Oct; 29, "What is the meaning of the  Holy Communion?"  ;"'.- -.'���"."'  Thanksgiving for "the blessings of the  harvest' wil} take place in' St. Bert's at  11:15 'a.m!'dn Oct 15.' ���.".','  Confirmation   Classes   are   being   held  in  the  Parish Hall on  Wednesdays  at  4  p.m. for Juniors and 8 p.m. for adults.  '.���������'�����*  It was promotion and award Sunday on  Oct. i at Pentecostal Sunday School when  Mrs. R. Brackett, superintendent, made the  presentations during open session.  Women's Missionary. Council of the  Pentecostal Church met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of the president Mrs.  F. J. Wyngaert. Scripture reading was given by Mrs. S. Fladager. Following the  business meeting tea was served, including a decorated cake marking the birthday of two members.  *   *   *  Mrs. Terry Hanson and daughter Patty  from Lund and visiting Mrs. Dorothy Hansen.  David Husby is a patient -in Vancouver  General Hospital. -  Ted Strom has returned home after undergoing ear surgery in  Lions  Gate Hos-  . pital.  Miss Elaine Peers of Langley was guest  of Miss Shean  Bennie over Thanksgiving.  Arriving on Thanksgiving to visit Mr  and Mrs. R, Emerson "were their son-in-  law and daughter,. "Mr. ahd Mrs. J. Hear-  field from Stettler, Alberta.  Many of the locaj fishermen have returned home. -_���   - "    '   '���  Congratulations to Marvin and Dianne  Skytte on the arrival of a baby girl, Cindy  Bernice, seven pounds, .11 ounces, born  Sept. 27 at St. Mary's Hospital.  Mrs. Pearle Trethewey returned recently from spending 10 days with her son and  daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Don Trethewey. at ��� Corva'llis, Oregon!  Mr, and Mrs. Garry Berdahl were in  Vancouver recently Jo attend a surpris0  birthday party at trie'-home of Mr. and  Mrs. Brian Rusk when 30 people were  present to make the day a happy one for  Brian.  ing.  Painting of the building, started,  some months ago and has ^et.to'-be  completed.    Future   work  includes'  landscaping of the grounds down'-to  Marine Drive. \ ���      '  Aduli education  mttrffil swing"A  ADULT education was in full swing this  week ^s adults attended night classes in  Gibsons, Secheit, Halfmoon Bay and Pender Harbor publico schools. New students  may still register for classes by contacting  the adult education office, 886,2241.  The Documentary Film Program begins  this week and will continue to meet twice  a month (except December) until April 4.  Films were shown at Welcome Beach Community Hall Tuesday and will be shown  Wednesday at Secheit Elementary and  Thursday at the Gibsons Landing Elementary School. Time for all film showings  will be '7:30 p.m.  The Elphinstone Secondary School library will be open every Wednesday night  from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m for research and  study. An excellent collection of reference  works, magazines and other materials will  bs available for use in the library. A  professional librarian will be on duty to  assist This service is available to all  adults in the community and will continue  as long as there is a demand.  A i2-week course in industrial mathematics will begin at Elphinstone Secondary  on Monday, Oct. 16. Students may register  the first night of the class.  Wednesday, October 11   1967  - *    ���      - ���          *���  " . _.       _.  hi  The Peninsula Times  ��� ��� 1.1- yr.|.. .y.'.'i i.i. ji  ���'"  P*f6 7  tH6COft1��ORATlONOrT86V��.tfA��?e0PSIECH��iT  *  ' r    * ������   '     ** -    ' '_'  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  ANNUAL LIST ��F VOTERS  ���A - C'i    *-    4 i  1 , , i < *  Notice Is hereby given that a Court of Revision will sir "or the MUNifClPAt, ItyU,  SECHELT, on the FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT from the HOUR OF TEN O'CLOCK  UNTIL THE HOUR OF TWELVE O'CLOCK IN THE MORMING, for thfe purpose *i  hearing ond determining any application on the port of any person to he tidied to the  list of Voters, ond remove ony names incorrectly placed thereon, >' *  The fist of Voters as corrected and revised by the Court of Revision shall be that  used at the Annaat Municipal flection to be held in the month of December 1967.  E. T. RAYNER, Cferk  This advertisement is not published ot displayed by the liquor Control Board or bj the Government of British CotonibTa.  ' ,'X^A,  #->  s  / '  //' v  / i  . A^}?>",  ii  a" <a.  ^  AS /.r  thisp��puiaff.  ���' rA.05mi,*      0*4     / ^ (,     c  is  A.  If we cannot get all we \yaht, Wje^.should  be. thankful .we don't get all we deserve.  The reason the Romans gave up their  big holidays was the overhead. The lions  ate up all the prophets.  vwmvwm  ��wwmwwnw��umiimm0in9i0T0vir��itint*0&4V0��*<0i44in4m  44rmmwiimw����im4mi4<rm����iiwnirm��wi4wi  4 .*<.  V  m  *n  Let's Put If Over  The Top  Only 5 More To Go  t  'To Complete Membership  i- V^ith Class A Shares.  V.  '���fill  Don't Be Left Out  '���"��-   JOIN TODAY  .rThe Sunshine Coast  !��o|f and Country Club  A-,  and Save Money.  '.������.0��  ���'���:>  CONTACT:  Secheit:! Mry'OJck Clayton (Shop Easy). Mr. H. B. Gorden  (H.  B. GfeVden one* 'Kennett). Mick McKay  (Uncle Mick's ;  Shoes).    Mr.  ..Frank   Newton    (Parker's    Hardware).    Reg.  Thomas (SKoW"Easy).  Roberts Ctedni.Mr.>Ed Mcllwaine, 886-7486.  . Gibsons: Mr. Keith Wright (Super Vol u).'Mr.  Roy Taylor,  886-7715. Mr. BiltSneddon, 886-S>39'8':.Mr^'M. Jay, 886-  ���    ���' *    ��� t.     -../.a...*...   .���-.,...      fijf.fa     ������ :t:i}-'i'' v     ���>..  2587. Mrs. Wilma Morrison, 886-7026.... .   ���     . ,.  Port Mellon: Mr. Art'Greggain, 884-5361. '   '  <  s *-^SyIfWw^w-Cw^H^Mpir^i^lBiB^wisiBK^^^^i^^^ ''" ' ���"'���XA'"A":7  .*.        ������^W>��*��'��^Lg'iii<^ir?Mii-.^^^feiM;��^P;^ ���      '.   ��.���..,'���'."������'���"������-,:.',���  - *f *"���      ^" ^ "     ^^^^���(!!!K^^v^^S^^^,^m^;i8J:i''^L'*'p!*,f      '���'    '���'"������"���������.'���'./���',������'���'.'  Mte.'v^.     \<> y \. ^^n^^v^w^m^, ^s.^to\**v^^^*i��fiwiaiS^i^aa^k^ 'ji -���;'''''.'.'iJ,',*V;'(  oiumDii  agazine  Peninsula Plumbing  -./Ltd.,   |    '      \  HEATING a SUPPLIES  Your Kemtope        {  Sherwin Williams    ')  Paint Dealer  Phone 886.9533  Gibsons, B.q.  ; eanadifln.  ��������  and enjoy a special 2 fori bargain!  )(.#��t^l*^ilSw*l��t^��(iBiiMl*a^i'��^^ t!t.li^4iK**��ttM* t��Vil(si��t**l*W*  Here's what our sift packngo Includes: a full yqar's subscription to floautlful British Columbln maBazlne ���-4 lasuba'  llluatrnlod y/ltli mngnlflcont color plibtORrnphs' - plus a  hiMKlsonio cfllont-nr dlnry cont��inlnR 13 moro,color vlqw3  of British ColumWu'a scon|c Rmndour. All for tlio roRulor  subscription prico of only $2, It's qulto a bnrgaln, ospoclnlly  consldorlnfi tho excellent qunllty ��n?l corjtont of Boaujjful  BHtlsirC6|umbf��"moijnz  of Travol Industry, thla apoctaculnr qunrtorly denla ox-,  cliislvoly In hrtlclots and photographa with tho vnst and varied  roRlons of our provlnco. Tho nowly doslgnod 8'/*" nil'  calendar diary la a natural companion ploco, nnd Includes  o personal srootlna from you to tho recipient. Why not  colnplle a llet now of thoso you'd Mho to rocolvo th|a unlquo  Rift packnRo I Wo'll mall the current winter Issue of Beautiful  British Columbia - nnd tho personalized calendar diary -  to your friend* or relatives anywhoro In the world.  (^^^^^^l^^*f*4^i*V1S*'->I���"*���**)���*  IT-/  ARE HAPPY DAYS  A ���  Particulary At One Of These  First Class Places Of Business  Save Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  Gulf Building  Supplies  885-2283 - Secheit. B.C.  Only $1100 for both  gilts! ��� dk&t  *&*"*****  mmm0f4f4p0f4f>0f4mi>mm*0*ff0*m0mmm0mmmmmf4mm0\\   _���'*�����/*�����-  Benner Bros.  Furnishings and  Appliances  visit our large.Display  of top quality! new  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances -T.V. -JRaclio  Phono 885-2058  ScciMt, B.C.  L ^TaH^iwmitw^Wteiasit^ew.wt-si  ,iimWl*n*!iH��BW:i��W*��*ii- j  JOIN ME  ON A  CENTENNIAL  VISITING SPREE  ^*��a#^ti^ss#!*ttts^l"��^^s��t��W��!4��-W^ ��� ~  |AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  Will Completely Install  A New Shell Furnace  Complete with oil burner, ducta  .^work,.jondu.oil,���toiiK��iii*yoMr  home. Cajll Bud Kiewitx your  Shell Oil Distributor  8136-2133 Gibsona, B.C.  *HaiS��ia.pjW>r��*i>^ M  . i  y  ll  I-'  {!���  *,  11  $���:',  li'  iy  'i-  (1  li  ii  l    i  itiHM*'^J)*w^eM*^^��#p if '%***W��(  Purchaser  Address  .,  i^���'5(.b<citntlon't(r%....%...?^rc?^^  fncloicd: M,0, or Cheque for ...............u... -.  lo THE PENINSULA,-TIMr.S LTD,, BOX 38, SfCIIELT, B.C.  $|GN GIFT CARD; .��� --,  tyt=vtit!'fi?h f htiW^.Ws���*^.! |; si*  t  "ha  -J��rt**l-*��'***��"-*-'��l***tl  lfmmpplKr,^llff,m^lf��fr,'4f4<44'mil4*mrf m4f0mmm^mmXf^fm��m^gft44^0mmfmm*mmmr0f  "r-  I* ��� tr^fr**' urn �� ��#����*^����*f *"  Where  Fashion fs a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at , a .  ��. ^��� H��l��nefs���,������.  '^"*^^KtriwHi^Dai^wB*i^tiaf,j. n^ .. mm ^|^ W ^m**" p-f ���*! '******",fl<''****-r'-.|'n&fnr^w.n��frftt,i,,^s***-  Fashiovi Shoppe  Glbtom,' B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  THE LADIES' WEAR  CENTRE  CHAIN  _ SAW CENTRE  *"~*~~Bo089T^^  DEALERS FOR.  P.M. Conodlon �� McCulloch - Homollto  Pionftcr ��n<t Stlhl Chala S��w��  -COMPLETE STOCK OF ALU ^AODELS  Parti and Repair Sorvlco  Telephone 885-9626  FOR A FINE IVIEAL  ,Dlr*o at tho '  JAGLE^jLODGr^  Dining Ldgng�� overlooking the  moMth of Pender Harbour  Charcool Drollor (or Dollcloua Sh��aha ���  ^^ Rci��rvotlon��i tramportatlon moy b*>  arranged CALL 003-228*  The Eagle Lodge  &ARDEM &XY, B.C.  'i; ���". 'i i'i  **���'. JiXW*^      %*?*-*  " "*  ~?J^sab*iatW=sa=���^^-frnFxf-4 jS���  tr vy t" ~~v ��*+* �����->-  '     >a& -' -    -  ���  -,A'  '. - 5? ���' ;i  i v��_  Mobile denial clinics reported satisfactory  A', i  W  MMkl  ��xaa.4a " ���  Times building  purchase  of  the  With the purchase of the former  Johnston Block in Secheit, the Times  now occupies more spacious quarters  together with Gilmore's Variety Shop  and the new L. ti J. Jewelers.  REPORT^M* on travelling dental clinics  ' in the' area covered by the Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit, Regional Dental Consult-���  ant Dr. H. G. Bennett stated at last week's  Union Board of Health meeting that, the  Madeira Park programme went well and  the Pemberton area had been completed.  He mentioned that Indian school children integrated into the . provincial ' system  were also receiving treatment. Secretary-  treasurer Peter Wilson drew Dr. Bennett's  attention to the number ot Indian students  attending provincial schools in the Secheit  district. Secheit school in particular has,  about a 25 percent attendance, and he  wondered how they will receive dental  treatment if they are cut off from the  previous system. .     ^ ,  Dr. Bennett replied that those living in  residential schools would probably receive  treatment from Department of Indian  Affairs dentists. According to his statistics, there are approximately 55,000 Indian  children'in British Columbia served by two  ���or three dentists.  As an experiment on Texada Island the  {ravelling dentist had held clinic in a'bo^t,'  but it was not too satisfactory due to tbi  waves. "      - - 4 ���  RUBBISH r  Mr.  T.  B.  M.  Fougberg, representing  Howe Sound School District suggested the  use of vaporisers in schools! td prevent colds'  but Dr.  Reynold's   advised  they - wouldn't  'Work-=and=the-teet-that^they-do'rwork_isjr=  actually rubbish .  > To his second suggestion that apple  juice be provided in schools as< well as  milk, Dr. Reynolds observed that tooth  brushes would be better. Dr. Bennett  advised against chocolate milk as it is  very sweet. <  'On&i^tumW^Hd  -. ii  Av4yf  ���f'TJ  '*"'*. Via-  Wa** \  'A <t.L  *!*-*S��S  aIK^tfA  mi  ���ptfl  **?'  m$  By Stewart Alsgard . . .  Times Publisher announces  purchase of business block  First office  Erom almmble beginning an ,1963in, boys  and  this   little   one   room   building   on  Sephelt's  Cowrie Street,  thanks  to  many correspondents, faithful carrier  a wonderful public- and  perhaps a little hard work, the Times  has now been able to move to larger  and more convenient quarters.  New owners  Starting out on their first business  venture Len and Jean Fox, new  owners of the former Chris's Jewelers  in Secheit, arrange some of the beautiful rose and gold embossed crystal  which is part of their new. stock.  Coming hero from Smithers, B.C.,  Len is a certified watch-maker and  jewelery repairer, He is also an  ardent sportsman, having won many  awards in ice hockey which ^he.has  played since a child and also golf. ���  He also coached the Quesnel Little  League baseball team which reached'  thetB:C. finals. 7..::A"7'..7.7;A  �����' '��� - , ���    '      " ��� ' i i   i ..i  Poets Corner  !      ' by Dorothy Swlnney  BE KINDLY WIND  Plow wind B/ow, llko a trumpet blast,  Fling the flag out straight from, tho mast,  ��� Aro. you,..a.,dcmon��. In. frunUc.4UKht,^���-��*~-  Or arp you an angel with purpose nnd  '.might?....',.. ...          ,.. ..���    - '..  Whoever you nro, with your nngry frown,  Turn not your wrath on ,our JUtlc town.  Churn the waves Into frothy shafts,  But >sPftr�� W yP" will, our Hinnll aircraft.  Dash the tide on the rocks to foum,  Just lend,.our fishermen... snfuly home,  , Torture,the,.sea Jlkoji, frightful dreuih,   , ,  But leave tho wny clear for our ferry queen.  Bend the trees so great and tall,  Spnre their elegance, beauty and ��)1,  Glye our ioggora hoenuse U\ prny,  Show \.\em air homo by the safest wny.  liOfivc nil our .'.keepers of power nnd phono,  Each with their families, safe nt,home,  An�� when the night nt Jnst is gone,,,,.,,'  IaK)|,'; the'sunshine blnzo in a rndlnnt dawn,  ,, Glvic. us', njclay. all, Bpnrkllng, ,.brlgl.t,^..-���  A JKlft'*��f' trnnqulllity, beauty nnd light,  WHILE there are those who for reasons  perhaps best known to themselves prefer  to insist that Secheit has little or no future,  The Times has every confidence not only  in Secheit but in the Peninsula as a whole.  In order to serve the entire Sunshine  Coast and to keep up with ever-increasing  circulation and/popularity, it is felt Secheit  is the more practical location from which  to operate and with this in mind, property  was purchased three years ago with the  object of ultimately building our own  quarters. In the interim, office space has  been rented although both publisher and  "editor are taxpayers within the district.  Now, with the largest circulation by  far on the Sunshine Coast between Port  Mellori and Earls Cove, expansion has  been considered necessary and consequently  The Times has purchased a block on  Cowrie Street, which includes Gilmore's  Variety Shop and the L. & J. Jewelry  store.  We  feel  particularly   pleased   that  0uf  expansion   coincides   with   a   number   of  projects presently taking place in Secheit  at this time, all indicative of considerable  faith in the area.  New tenants of our block are Leonard  and Jean Fox of Smithers, B.C., who have  taken over Chris's Jewelers. Mr. Fox is  an experienced and certified watch-maker  with many years in the business and will.  undoubtedly prove a tremendous asset to  the Peninsula.  It is our firm belief that great things  face the Sunshine Coast. Pender Harbour  has an assured future as a tourist meca  and recent surveys bear out this fact.  Gibsons will develop as new - secondary  industries come in and Secheit faces a  future of residential-tourism.  From an extremely humble beginning  The Times has developed up to expectations and will continue to do so. Usual  trials and tribulations have been overcome  and with a first-class staff, large printing  shop and a progressive outlook, we consider ourselves an integral part of the  community we do our best to serve.  Without    subscribers    and    advertisers,  our   growth  would   have   been  short-lived  and it is their faith and continued support  which have contributed to our steady expansion.   It is  inevitable  that during the  process  of time  we  upset  an  occasional  individual   but   this   in'��� any   business., is  ''unavoidable.'''Expenses .'curtail' large staffs  on   weekly   newspapers   and   in  order   to  operate on  an., economical   basis:   limited  ' staff have a number of duties to perform  thereby   making   it   impossible   to   cover  every event.   In this fespect wc have to  depend upon appointed publicity chairmen  of various groups and organizations to  acquaint us with many affairs.  When possible we attend if and when  requested but there are times when as  many as three and even more events are  scheduled on the same night. Quite obviously it is impossible to attend them all  and consequently priority is given according  tq importance.  At this time as publisher it is with great  .pleasure that on behalf of all who contribute to the success of the Peninsula Times  I  extend   sincere   thanks   and   very   best  wishes. .  ���Stewart B. Alsgard  We extend sincere congratulations to Leonard  and Jean Fox, hew owners of Chris's Jewelers in  Secheit. We feel their business under the name of  L & J Jewelers will prove a great asset to this progressive area.  Also our congratulations to The Peninsula  Times on purchase ot the block, another indication  of faith in the district.  I\ieil and Mabilyu GampMell  m  mi  m  m  4  M  ��^ fy-d d{  ewe  (Formerly Chris' Jewelers)  w����inn.i*irv*-^*n��rii'iii'iintw*ri��i��i>*��w��vwwi***^^  GILMORE'SVARIETY SHOP  SECHELT ���885-9343  i  Greeting and Best Wishes       ,tA 4  to our new neighbors ^  L & J  JEWELERS  '��� '  "���/ and  '       '"'/;'  THE PENINSULA TIMES  ays  OCTOBER 12th - 13lh - 14lh  Buy one of our Genuine Diamond  "Engagement Rings and Get a  GOLD WEDDING BAND FR��E!  .nt.  NEW SHIPMENT ��� LARGE SELECTION  PAINT BY NUMPER SETS  #afW[��M%ii->js��W!*mi^i.  i��*USp^fl^a^^i--1��ife^^iWl��*H^*f��NiiljWil'-(l [����fMt*��W)��**t��*.I^lji��-^l WJ��Wi*��i��**'-��  GIFTS GALORE AT GILMORE'S  j^"********" *��*MMUMWUU*a>MMUMMMLA��A<MMlA<M>A*U**����*^  Each day of our Grand Opening a cup  and saucer will be given away fo each  of the first fen Lady Shoppers!  For the Men - The first seven male customers get a FREE liquor jigger - And  r*fy*��*wirwTnfir��w)Hnorww;-wi��|i^^  *3(-SS  : AMBASSADOR  j-A--rHOTO--- ~  J��73 Seymour St.     ���     684-2436  VANCOUVER 2, B.C.  en Campbell  >   Chas, Campbell1  CLEAN COMFORTADLE ROOMS  $3.00 to f 4.90 Slitgto  IN CENTRE OF BEST STORES -  "THMTRES ond RESTAURANTS  mmmmam  Chris' Jewelers will be opening under  the new ownership of  Mr^ L Fox  WATCHMAKER and JEWELER  from Smithars, B,C,   '    ... ���.... . ..'������ .       ; ..  .,i .. . ,   ..    . .. . , ...   ���  ���Afcfc^ WORK-WIUTBE DONE: ON THE PREMISES  I witih to thanlc all my cufltomcrfi for their     j  yeara of support and hope thoy will continue   /  the name support for the new owner, /  \  i  . i  !  i  i  ���\  i  the first five> males im on Saturday will  he given a Free Wallet!  PROP IN AND GET YOUR  WATCH CHECKED FREE!  ijfSJH ��(*���('���   tt  BUY-THOSE-GIFTS NOW!  DURING OUR GREAT INTRODUCTORY SALEI  COWRIE STREET  SECHELT (The Times Building)  -��-.  4  , \   I  *.'.***���*���  '���* *'i#*- ���'��*<* ��'    *    t    t    f

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