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AFTER arresting&a man Friday, Oct. 27    charged with1' crossing 'a 'double solid line.  ��� believed under the influence of alcohol, ' He Was fined $50,      ,   -      '  a member of the flCMP'Secheit detijeh- >v    Failing to negotiate'a curve nearOm-  ment checked the rost room at Porpoise    ninghams, Halfmoon Bay, Sandor Fula, ag-  Bay in which the man had been found and    ed 40 of .Vancouver ended, up off the high-  discovered instruments used in drug ad-    way, Oct. 22 and was subsesuently eharg-'  diction.  Subsequent ihvestigation revealed   e{j wjth driving without due W��3 and at-  the arrested man, Claude Joseph James   Mention,  Arsenault to' be under the influence of both  heroin and alcohol  foivinfl We Su'rWii'nT'^ including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Gronham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts! Creek,  Wif oh Crcck Scfm'a Park ' Secheit" Ho'lmogrt Boy, Sccref O ** "c-dc- Harbour /Vadtiro Park Klcindale/lrvine's Landing, Edrl CoVe, Egm6m.  Arsenault, aged 37, a logger, gave his  address as East 6th Street Vancouver and  said he was on his way to work at a logging camp up the Sechcji Inlet. Appearing  before Magistrate Charles Mittelsteadt last  Tuesday, October 31, he entered a plea of  guilty and was sentenced to 30 days m jail  and fined $1200 to be paid at the rate of  $100 a month.  An accident near Secret Cove resulting  in damage totalling $500 to two vehicles led  to the appearance in court November 1st  of Adolp Brauer, aged 25, of Powell River  Appearing before the Magistrate November 3rd he was fined $50.,  An Egmont couple, William Harry Her-"  ron and his wife Edna Margaret Herron  were charged'October 20 with consuming  in a public place. They were found to be  drinking in a motor vehicle. Both appeared  in court November 3 and were each fined  the sum of $50.  Police in both Gibsons and Secheit report a relatively quiet Halloween. A few  juveniles appeared to answer for their  wrongdoings but otherwise common sense  in general prevailed upon the Peninsula.  *    S  . <a         a  'a -       ��   -                        *  y  -     '    <  , f<S  ���i >  ."*,�����  *.  * A ' '  it,    ,  ,   "��������  '  7  *.   -    a a��C        ��  >%' '  1                 ���  a'J?7    *��� '  1 *    a  A       /  f *V   *���_  ^    "  a-     *        1  ' A,  �����.      *  '-c'"    7.7 *-  *.   1   a.   *V  ���x:  Motion rescinded ��� . ���  WISES'  issioneis mm %m  lie deik's obiscfion  COMMISSJQNERS Morgan Thompson and  Adele de Lange took a firm stand at  last meeting of Secheit Council in order to  expedite training of a substitute for clerk  Ted 'Rayiier in order that be might take  their own arrangements in this respect.  This argument was quickly eliminated  by a motion rescinding this previous motion  and was followed by a majority vote mov-  m  a 4&&fom  Filled lo capacaly  hospital lo expand  NEED FOR increasing tbe Hospital facilities on the peninsula has been recog-  * nized, and action to provide these facilities  was commenced some time ago and is  continuing.  The following statistics may be of interest, and at the same time illustrate the  need for added hospital accommodation and  the fact that 10 percent of hospital accommodation should be reversed/ as a safety  factor, for emergency use shows how important "expansion" has become, especially  since our 35 bed hospital is as a rule, filled  to capacity.  The following statistics show numbers  treated for 10 months to Oct. 31, *1985, 1966  and 19S7,  respectively:    -  Patients admitted: Adults and children,  1,117, 1,272, l,382r Newborn, 99, 95, 102  Hospital Patient days: Adults and  children, 8,521, 9,344,= 9,581; Newborn, 525,  489, 480. i    \    '  Out Patients and Emergencies;' Short  Stay and Diagnostic Services: Outpatients,  1,459, 1,801, 2,871, Short Stay Patient*,' 420,  496,  643  With the enlargement of the" hospital  building pending, final work on landscaping  the grounds completely is" being, held in  abeyance, however, possible wosk itt front  of the hospital will commence shortly.  Langdale expansion  u    u i-j a.     4.4   ^ 4- ing fbe assistant be employed half a day Most of the dredging has been cam-'"include extension of the compound  ^frt & ^��aM*l^a2 SSSf0" ^e days weekly starting January but on pieted and work on improved ferry   parking area  to  accommodate  160  and be absent m the event of sickness. ? full time basis from January first to ��Ups at Langdaie terminal are weU    cars. It is understood approach road  Situations have arisen in the past when       ���   ���      -._-_.-*-_ ���- �� rr  Mr. Rayner displayed reluctance to attend  the annual convention for Municipal Offi  cers at which, it was made clear, a great  deal of valuable information regarding  municipal work may be obtained.  Earlier this year the matter culminated  after the clerk disclosed the fact that although he had two part time helpers,  neither could be left to operate the office  long enough for him to take time off. Even  during his annual holidays he found it  necessary to look in each day.  In order to rectify this situation, it was  moved efficient part time help, capable of  assuming the clerks duties after a period  of training, be employed. This employment  was to be on a two half days a week basis  for a short period and increased at discretion of the clerk and chairman.  At last week's meeting, Comm. de  Lange made clear her dissatisfaction at the  fact that the assistant administrator is still  only employed two half days weekly, and  expressed the view that it is unfair to  expect any person to undertake tbe position on such a basis.  This was supported by Comm. Thompson who agreed with Comm* (1�� Lange th^t,,  such employment should be on a five day  agreement  The clerk pointed out that his assistant  is presently coming in two days a week at  various periods thus enabling her to get a  grounding in the different aspects of the  office procedures*. He also reminded commissioners that a previous motion gave  both hc and the chairman power to make  m_--i, -��-f ,-..���-,���,- ���*,�� ��-,������   ���ma,i~ �� slips at Langdale terminal are well   cars. It is understood approach  ensmg Sriod ^er way by Fraser River PU<>   will also be  widened  but  nothing  Twin* th-��\*oK_^ r��-o,v��-�� inn c��--i-. driving,   successful  bidders in  the  Official  has   yet   been   announced.  on a full ttae basis.  He said coming to Pies  already  in  are  part of .iflj% ..recently, the terminal will eventually  each day for a half day is fine but (here Supporting walls for the Otte new a^8S-.pe on a par With any Of the larger    m JUNE o�� this  year,  Coast Garibaldi    with by Rehabilitation Committees through-  Aid for handicapped . . .  Vocational rehabilitation  established by Health Unit  are times when the office is busy all day  He later asked whether council members  were indicating dissatisfaction with administration of the office.  Comm. de Lange pointed out that this  question was irrelevant at this time and  was not involved Further discussion  brought forth a spirited outburst from  Comm, Thompson pointing out that the  matter has been voted on and passed, consequently further argument is out of order.  The Chair explained he was merely  giving the clerk permission to voice his  views and added "all of a sudden we seem  to be wanting to take over management of  the office." This was denied by Comm. L.  Hansen who reminded the chair that it was  originally agreed to employ efficient help  in order that the clerk might take his holidays, there is no question of no confidence.  facing Port Mellon, tiie second slip ^terminals,  will face Gibsons.   Other work ;w$iti*fj  Popular event ��� ..  a*************1'������    -  ��� - ..   lj  -i i    ���       " ii      i        i      i /  Annual Game Banquet slated  Roberts Creek December 2nd.  AN ACTIVE "membership of the Sedfisft  Rod and Gun Club has resulted mt"h  number of successful events recently mtb,  others scheduled for the near future, most  important being the annual Game Banquet  at the Roberts Creek Hall, scheduled this  year for Saturday, December 2nd.       J  Tickets for this event are now availattte  Further suggestion by the clerk .that he   50_\9e?r�� -^ ���" ?u-n:i! ��r IS?ry  consult the part " '        �����---'�������  .action he taken  joinder from Comm  to get their name down on a lucky target.  No skill required  For the first time this year the Gus Crucil Trophy is to be -warded. As an annual  event the trophy will be presented to the  winner at a closed Presentation Party  sometimes in the new year.  Candidates for the award must be club  members who have proved outstanding in  the matter has gone on long enough and  should be cleared up there and then.  "In other words employees concerned  have no consideration'' retorted the clerk.  Both Comm. Thompson and de Lange replied the matter has gone on too long  already, the debate was then concluded  with the motion standing.  eratkm. Orchestra for the -evening will be      -^Nomination  forms  have  already  been  the Variatones, a weU-kno^vn and popular    distributed with  the  last  bulletin  which  group.  Another coming everft, the Christmas  Turkey Shoot is slated for December 10.  Lucky targets will be out shortly in the  usual stores and those unable to participate  in the shoot at the clubhouse are invited  must be submitted before November 14  next. They may be delivered by the next  general meeting this Thursday November  9 or sent to Secr"tary Bob Janis at Box  377, "Secheit.  Winners of the Lucky Targets at the  Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot were Ted Kur-  luk, Bill Dehart, D'ck Branca, Len Patten,  Helen and Tom Sinclair anl Sharon Ellis.  Health Unit formed a Rehabilitation  Committee designed to put into operation  the sequence of events leading to Vocational  rehabilitation of handicapped persons.  The committee under the chairmanship  of Dr. P. J. Reynolds, the Medical Health  Officer, comprises representatives from  Canada Manpower, Social Welfare and the  Health Department Advice is given to the  committee which meets once a month m  the. Health .Centre at Powell River, by the  Regional Rehabilitation Consultant.  Any agency or person may refer a case  to the committee for consideration. Dr.  Reynolds states that almost without excep-  ion persons ih need of vocational rehabilitation require a medical examination or  have a medical history which- is obtained  from the family physician only with the  written consent of the person involved.  Rehabilitation is defined as the process  of restoring the widest functional ability  If the required facilities are available  in the community where the person lives,  vocational rehabilitation may take place  there but often such facilities only exist in  Vancouver, Nanaimo or Victoria. Where  such is the case, with the co-operation of  the committee, travelling expenses, maintenance and subsistance are paid from  available funds.  Dr. Reynolds Teport further states that  during 1966 the total number of cases dealt  Home construction  iecbell residential area  icing welcome expansion  Royal Canadian legion  assists local students  Zone presentation  I%al Canadian Legion Ladies Aux- Vananda, at tho recent Zone Meeting,  lliary Zone Representative from 1965- On tho left is President of Gibsons  .SCUOLAUSIUCSa^And^bursa^  $23,00�� ��>rln�� P��c!fi.o. Command of tlio   Branch 109 received the badge in Ladles will bo busy this week selling  recognition of her service from Zone popples to raise welfare fui)ds for  Uoprosontatlvo, Mrs. F, Clarkson of veterans and tholr families,  Royal Canadian Legion's total awardH to  $44,000, Included In this amount nro direct  grants made to local students' by Legion  branchoft throughout tho province, ranging  from $7.r)rJ?300,  MIhh Botty Elaine 'Klein, of Madolrn  Park who is attending l,or nocond year at  Simon Firanor University hftH boon awarded  n $400 Dominion Command Award,        ....,  MIhh Mnrlnn U Vnughan of ERmont who  (U'lKluAtod from Ponder Harbour. Secondary  School tlilN year and Ih alflo nttohdlnt* S\mon  Franor, received a $300 award from Pacific  Command,  Tho, 70 awardH mndo this year im>  widely diversified with Senior Mil trie, 11,0,  Submit questionnaire . . .  -^Adop^gTpoj^^-Myiied  W^^ J********* f#lM|  participate in conference  ���ANNOUNCING  n rovlow of tho adoption   ho tho first conferonco of .Its' kind In North  urogram by his department, Minister of   America and is in keoping with his wish to  Hoejal Welfare,  Hon,,. Dan CnmpbpU, has  extended njn open Invitation toN an estimated  Institute of TochnoloKy as \voll ajtolloRos    20,000 adopting 'parentsAo write him  ox*  " "jriii<I  ilnfvotrH(1 (����^"' I><*iiiW  iuioof(TiIzini?^*"T1 i*f*"f""i>i*o��k 1 ii�� 11��cTi* v(6vvft* j^h11 Ideas for improve*  mont In the presbht adoptloh program.  Tho jiarontH aro alno < asked to Indicate  tholr willingness to complete'a, question*  nlilro rloslRned to assist the scheme,  review each Departmental program through  tho eyes of tho persons receiving tho s��rv  Ice,i.  Pacific Command screoiuid moro than 300  , applteantH from all over tho province, both  veteran and non .'veterans children,  Chalrmnn Tom McKwan, says, "When  fichol��ralil|��'-**,l��--��nM��lr"^��^nM^<>r'"'fimds--  inusLbo.priine,:consldoratloii��'lii,,flll,l.o��lon-,  awards,   ���  iiUocotvlng special mention this yonr Is  the scholarship "Memorial Fund,"...sot up  hy tho lalo Dorothy Cook, who mlnlstoroil  to t|io needs of many votorans ovor her  years at Bed Cross Housd, Hhaughnossy  Hospital,     ,  Tho laitKion administers Ihe fund which  will'award t\vo .scholarships for $300 each'  year,..   ,...'   The  Minister states  ho is anxious to  CONTRARY to suggestion, that village of  Va'afrwi'        Secheit is a lost cause, four new homes  l\2M   a,rc presently proposed for Uie community,  wvw   one  already  under  construction,   another  chic to start and plans are to bring in two  homes from Port Mellon to he established  on   concrete   foundations   near   Hackett  park. To these are added four suites above  the large how Crucil building, now ncaring  completion.  , At last meeting of council, approval was  given construction of a homo of 12C0 sq.  fdet, and also approval In principle for the  two Port Mellon homos', to be brought, in  and relocated by Mr. Norm Watson, Mr,  WfUson told council the houses are up to  Canadian Housing .'Standards with 'stucco  exterior, Ho plans to build �� carport onto  tho buildings.  Chamber ql Commerce wrote council  poking assurances that no moro dumping  will bo carried out at tho old village (lump,  4Uwa8-movcd-tho~Chamber-ho~lnformcd  that work on clearing up tlio area has been  , completed, It Ih now In the hands of tho  Secheit Lands Ltd, who, It Is understood,  plans ori erecting, 'No dumping1 signs.  Letter from tho ftoglphal Board advised  council that should It participate In tho  Regional garbage disposal scheme, It may  arrange Its own ������ f*w collection system or  the Board will undfnlftke the task and sub*  mil a charge for this.service..        ��  Commissioners, other than Commission*  or U Hansen, agreed that collection for a  small foo by tho'.Regional Board sounded  qulio satisfactory, Comm, Hansen argued  that as the Board Vould bo undertaking  garbage collection unci disposal as a function, there should bo no question of tho  village having to pay them for making tho  "co 11 ec tion' of" f oo sr Ch al r m n ir Ji 111 "S wn 1 n" ox-  plained tho collection would be oh behalf  Porpoise Bay and Dolphin Streets, Council  moved a letter be forwarded to the real  ��� estate company of Boulbec & Sweet complaining of the situation asking that it be  cleaned up.  Comm, Hansen brought up the long delayed project, of CaXiending Torcdo Street  as an arterial highway in order to take  heavy traffic out of tho village proper.  Chairman Swain expressed the view that  the Wtor should bo held In obeyance for  the Incoming council as a groat deal of  expense will be Involved including drainage and hardtopplng.  out British Columbia was 1,518. Over 20O  persons were placed in full time employment, many having undergone Tengthy  periods of vocational rehabilitation. On  December 31st, 1966, there were 112 persons in vocational training, many of, whom  were attending university.  *!  The Rehabilitation Committee now working in Powell River is still in its infancy  but already this Committee/has1 set in  motion the work of Vocational-Rehabilitation.  i  -  Popular columnist  still on sick list   f  IT MAY be some time yet before Mr. John  Dunlop takes up bis1 pen'again to .tell  of the happenings around Egmont.  'l-J-atest-'Veportliroin his,wife Iaily/is^th&t.  John is- recovering slowly" irom a-return  visit* tb hospital which be left on October  25th. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop will remain in  Nanaimo a little longer until John is strong  enough to return home.  Ballet lecture-film  for Adult Education  ACTIVITY in the Secheit School District's  Adult Education Program continued at  a high level through October. Over '300  students have registered at classrooms in  various schools in the area. y  A new feature of the Adult Education  Program will be presented.on Friday night,  November 17th at' Elphinstone Secondary.  Mrs. Sally Shore, a former student a(t> the  RayolAcademy of Ballet in London,' will  give a lecture on the ballet accompanied by  a dance demonstration.; She will lati tho  same" time show the' film, 'The Ballerina.''  In the film, Margaret Mercier, prima bal-   *  lerina  bf Montreal's Les  Orandd  Ballets y  Canadlens, tells the story of her work in ,  ' ballet,   Admission will be free;    *--'*-'���* '  New classes are still being'organwcdMri  other areas of tho program* , A ceramics ���''  class will begin this week at Pender, Ular-  bour Secondary at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday,  November 8th. A painting class began last  week on Bowen Island. Another ccramlcs  class has just begun at .Secheit Elementary'  '< Tuesday nights.. This class is still taking  registrations.  share tho conferonco findings with aU per*    *��� ���' ^ v ". "^ '" n v \ '^rj  i��  ���.noiui interested In adoption.   Press, radio 'hfJX^  and TV personnel will be Invited to attend,    J , *Jj,K?v?,ml   ^lian en reman  Mr, Campbell'In anxious to hear from    kf,ilS^i��anJ "     �����t ? ����, lEI K  -i��d-adamant'-and-th^'-'niatli>r'*-w��a��.||nnn,v  ���-)tac.(ud��l*ln-tho-prx>gr��m~wl^  feruncejn .Victoria,Decernbor,.,��,J,andao^  at which a limited number of Interested  adopting parents will bo Invited to attend  together, with a number of adult adopted  persons, Selected delogatof- will sit down  With senior department personnel and t,hu  Minister to offer suggestions for improve*  ments In adoptions nnd reyl��w ways, and  means of putting' these Improvements Into  oporatlon  "r  The, Minister has.Indicated .that^ihla,.,WlU�����,,wars,  Welfare,   Parliament   Buildings'  Victoria,  B.C. ��� .  Saturday closing  ALL .RETAIL merchants of Seehelt have  agreed to close on .Saturday,, November  11 in honor' of tho fallen of the two world  allowing'a previous discussion of speed  limits within the village. Comm. Morgan  Thompson H.ild he '.as discussed the mat*  ler with Ihe ItCMl* who have recommended a speed limit of '10 mph be pouted within the village with due consideration to  school ami play areas, Council'weed.Jo  go along with the, recommendation,  '���.xproHsIng disi.t'st at the unsightly nr  ,   , Now complete '  J, Robb Contracting equipment has   been Hlloil In and graded down to the  now moved out of-Solmn Park and   breakwater,   It Is understood that a  Section's  long awaited  Harbour of   pile-driver will arrive this week to  ���,���,.,.,   n     Refuge is complete, Tho forty foot   install   threo   dolphins   to   provide  ���  ���  V*  "f  ���s  *  ','.*. ���  yy  K**a  ".   Mil    '  11 i,    .  1,1     I      I  I'I'. Z&^ff$rv*zs2
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FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)
5 ACRES undeveloped property    EXCELLENT   commercial   lot
inside   -..viUagei,\"b(!i^d[aries.       —centre, Sechelt—higHway lo-'
$2,500. Box 38ii, Secheit .B?!&.;     cation,  level  arid; cleared   All
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The Peninsula Times Ltd.,
at Secheit, B.C.
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.-September 30, 1967
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Phone Mrs.  Naida Wilson
885-9746 or write:
Box 390, Secheit, B.C.
CO.     .
Roberts Creek
Salal  Pickers Wanted
Huck 32c Bunch
Salal 30c Bunch
Contact   plant   before   picking.
Located  at Roberts Creek,
across street from store.
Phone 88<S-2633
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 Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones
886-9546 aM 885-9425:     _48_J£b--''
REAL estate salesman for Secheit Agencies Ltd. Apply by
phoning   C.   Gathercole.   Phone
886-7015. .     • .    ■    1502-48
FOR   ail    travel   information,
i^jpkihgs  and prices call Secheit Marine Building, 885-2343.
,     716-tfn
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.
Box 294, Secheit, B.C.   Phone
886-9876. 969-tfn
Cards. Complete line
[pf.greeiahg cards arid Christ-
rHaF novelties^ Sirs. Joy Smith,
886-9621. 970-tfn
TUTORING — English, Maths,
Biology.    Reasonable .. rates,
Ken  Lor,g   (Cornell,  BA,   '66).
886-7794. 773-51
DUE .' to    .Armistice    holiday,
Thrift  Shop  will   be   closed,
Nov. il 976r49
Specializing ih Funeral Designs
<c Wedding Arrangements
3 temporary carpenters are
required by Canadian Forest
Products-Ltd^r-af Port Mellon. The. job is. expected to
Ibst approximately 2
Personnel Office,
Canadian Forest
Products Ltd.,
Howe Sound Pulp Divn.,
Port Mellon, B.C.
, Park, private entrance. Ph.
885-9535. 880-tfn
' MOJSltE   home   park,   nicely
landscaped,   blacktop   driveway and patio. Ideal site for
retirement. $30 per month. Big
Maple Motel and Mobile Home
■r, j.f -v ",44. t--
TwfrniN' Village    of   gecfielt.
Five acres, ideal future subdivision, $2,500. Box 381, Secheit, B.C. 953-tfh
HARD to find property, undeveloped 25 acres, view property in Secheit. Make excellent
subdivision, $20,000. Box 381,
Secheit. 954-tfn
CLEARED lot, Opposite Hackett
Park.    Phone 885-9943.       '
REDROOFFS—Modern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots, close to
beach and safe boat anchorage.
Living .room, 28x15; fireplace.
Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,
A-oil heat, dble carport. Lovely
landscaped yard with patio.
Sale by • owner, phone evenings
885-9782 or write Box 470 c-o
Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit, B.C. 469-tfn
886-2166  and  886-2248
Waterfront. Lots: undeveloi>ed,
$4,500 and up. In Gibsons,
§7,500 up Fine view property
for home or development, two
short blocks from popular
beach; small house .with 16x18
ft. living room,"fireplace, golden ash panelling, modern bath,
one l6x'2 bedrm. Guest cabin.
Private water supply. El.
lange. $18,000; half down, or
Waterfront home, with three
large bedrooms, living rm with
fireplace, full concrete basement with finished room and
extra toilet. Terms on $18,500.
Two bodroom country home on
just    undnr    3    acres;    $8,900.
Close in on good road.
Lots   and   acreage:   Businesses
and Revenue Properties;
E. McMynn " 886-2500
Do Wortman 886-2393
J. Warn 886-2681
Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.
For you to enjoy weekends,
summer, or all year. It's level
with easy access off paved
road, nicely treed, on excellent
water system, located in a
sheltered  bay in the heart of
Peninsula Times.
- BOOM boat for sale, with brand   120 BASS Italtyn accordion in ~ 7   USED < washers,   $19.95   to -
new 33 hp Johnson; $_300. Ph.      case. Like new. Cost $450, Sa-       $49.95; Kenmoie 30!' Electric
-883-2298 or write J. Bosch, Eg-   crififce at $175. Phone 8&6-93fel. "Auto,   £-.r<ng'e ,$83.95;   McClary'
—mont, B.C.  _     _ 1110-51-  — _.      ■*—T.—. -J1506-50 ^ fridge- $39.95;   Admiral-, fridge	
$39.95;    2^-used   upright
WORKl>.G rigHls df'registered
oyster  lease  in  Jervis  Inlet
area, a\ailable. Write Bo\ 1109
e-o The Tune**, Secheit,.BC
„  1109-51
HAVE very good herd, of Char-
olais    cross    hereford.*   cows
with calves; also cows down to
calf.   Phone 883-2430.    A 1504-47
FOR    sale,    sows   coming   in
litter,     also     weirier     hogs.
Phone 883-2430. 1503-47
Form No. 18
(Section 82)
LAND  ACT   ••
Notice of Intention to Apply to
Lease Land
,/ In Land-Recording Distinct of
Vancouver,   B.C.   and   situate
Secret Cove; B.C.
* *
Take notice that DaL.Stuart
Brynelsen of Secret CJoye, B C.
occupation manager, intehds to
apply for a lease of the following  described  lands:—,.,    t
Commencing at a post planted 297 ft. east of N.E. j corner
of District Lot 4661 thence 99
ft. east; thence 660 ftr s6iith;
thence 99 ft. west; thehce 660
ft. north and containing 1.50
acres, more or- less,-for the
purpose of summer camp site.
Dated  September 24th,  1967.
972—Pub. Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15
Form No. .18
(Section 82)
Notice o: Intention to Apply* to
Lease Land'        ■>'■-■
In   Land   Recording   District
of Vancouver and situate §©cA
ret Cove, B.C. :
Take   aotice   that  Peifirisula
Form No. 15 (Section 40)
Notice of Intention to Apply to
Purchase Land
In Land Recording District
of Vancouver and situate unsurveyed vacant Crown land in
the vicinity of Lot 4686, Group
1 N.W.D. (vicinity of Four Mile
Point,  Secheit Inlet).
TAKE NOTICE that Victor
Russell Walters of Secheit, B.C.
occupation logging operator intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:" [
Commencing at a post planted S.E. corner of DL 4686,'
thence 1260 Ft. East; thence
1050 Ft. North; thence 1650 Ft.
in a S.W. direction to point of
commencement and containing
17 acres, more or less.
The purpose for which the
land is rg|u1red is to, squa.irb
off back portion of DL 4_86 an<j
DL 1557:
Dated sept. S; isfer;
1078-Pub. Oct 25; Nov. 1,8, K
CARS ana^RUg^:^.,^:,, '■'
f& METEblt' .;.i|^o.{.|aio;,;4:
' door. New cqnaiti6iL Sacrifice $2,000. Also 15' clinker
boat, 3 yrs. old., 25 h.p. outboard. A-l shape. $750. Phone
885-2121. 782-tfh
1960 DE  SQTO  Venture,  good
shape.   $1000   or   best  offer.
886-2636. 772-49
1955 GMC   walk-in   van.   good
mechanically, city tested. Al
rubber, 750x17 8 ply, three of
which are show tires. Aluminum box, clearance and signal
lights. Ideal for crummy or
tamper. $359 o,r swap. LvKeUjr.
"883-2502.  '"" '■—.'-1*-"'^^.^!"'
1956 FORD F800, 4 wheel drive.
twin  boom  wrecker  with  A-
frame and centre mounted
winch. 277-2854 after 6 p.m.
1961 PRINZ,    wil   ltrade    for
small   motorcycle   br   cash.
Ph. 885 2183. 1120-51
FOR SALE—1952 ex-army jeep.
Good condition. New synthetic top.  P'lone 884-5367;    1114-51
GIBSONS    Building    Supplies
Ltd.   886-2642.   Gibsons,   B.C.
Quality Ready-mixed  conciete.
Serving the area for 20 years.
KILN  wanted.  Phone  885*9605.
___^     1505*49
SECOND    hand   table    tennis
table in good  condition. Ph.
885-2168. H15-51
SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy-
Read     Typewriter.     Almost
new. Cost over $300. Now $175.
Phone  885-9654. 1017-tfn
USED power saws for sale. All
makes and sizes. Chain Saw
Centre, Secheit, 885-9626^,
-   y  . :i 8966-tfn
SILVER Skagit Shake & SHn-
jgje: Local sales: Phone 886-
j36^^;S86-2097. 466-tfn
ifeyllfiS   suits-^t's   Morgans,
885-9&0, Secheit, B.C.
NAlt^ $12   100 Ihs. .Vinyl As-   cleaners $l5 95; x used viking
J^^i^fe8V 9XA >?C< effi    f-oor  polisher $15.95;. Westing-
12x12, 15c each; 9x0 cork tiles, . house rcaster oven $15<95 Par.
?c each  Remnants  Inlaid, 220   ker,s  Hardware  Ltd.  885-2171,
yards  Exterior,paint (or matte   secheit, B.C. 1126-49
finish $3.95, reg. ,$9.95. .Shake     !	
ONE  Peerless  Rockgas  Space
Heater,     automatic    control
(very quiet), in good condition,
35,000  BTU.  $100.    886-7793. /„
FALL SALE: 10 percent off all
shrubs. Additional discount
on quantity orders. Good supply
of azaleas! rhododendrons, evergreens, etc. Fruit trees now in
stock .at regular prices. Gilker's
Farm & Nursery, Reid Road,
Gibsons. 1086-49
We would be pleased to list
your property for sale as a
Vancouver real estate multiple listing. This will provide a large number of Vancouver salesmen with the
information to bring your
property to the attention of
Vancouver buyers and will
al so gi ve ;yc>u service ioca I ly
by one of our local resident
Westinghouse    fridge,
$39,915;  Kenmore 30"  electric
'auto-range $89.95; used washer  $49.95.  Parker's Hardware,
Secheit, 885-2171. 920-tfn
GOOD   local  Ladner  hay   for
sale, $1  per bale delivered.
Phone 946-6568. 9046-tfn
CHICKENS—live birds 50c ea.
Ready for freezer, birds, $1.
Phone 885-2048; 912-tfn
BABY buggy $20, hockey game
$3,   boy s   boxing   gloves.  $7.
885-9605. 107749
BICYCLES, new and used, all
makes.    Parts   and   repairs.
Call  886-2123. 771-tfn
FLOOR furnace, complete with
barrel,  .oil   and   stand,   $65
Pndne  885-9979.. 1093-50
paint, $3.95,', tag.'' $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 '9V& Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00
Benner Bros. Furniture and
Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.
ONE   Coleman,  space   heater,
$30. Phone 885-2190.      1097-50
RUBBER  stamps of all descriptions  may   be   obtained
at The Times. Phone 885-9654.
Quick service on all orders.
COMBINATION   wood   and   oil
range.  Kenmac type burner,
$15.  Phone 886-9S79. 1122-49
BLACK-and Decker tools. Tim-
ex, Ingram and Westclox
clocks and watches. Lay away
for Chiistmas. Earl's in Gib-
cons '.■ 886.9600.    . 1123-49
OAK  strip: flooring,   usedr  5c
lineal foot. 885-2046.      1117-51
PENINSULA. Woodworking is
now offering a full millwork
service to homeowners and
bidders. Sash, frame, . cabinet
work, arpprite, etc. Complete
building service, \yitfi a variety.
Of plans available,.. Located pn
dldersha.v r|. .Vand Sunshine
Coast Wiway- Phone 886-2966
days, 826-2^77 ,nigli;ts. Manufacturers f6r Porta Fab Leasales
Ltd. Nauaimo, £.C. 774-51
■i Earkaj*Phone. 885-9513.
^..-.vw^-.  aaiaj  -. ....   — ,,,,..    We would be pleased to list
fabulous Pender Harbour.,Area    Hotel Ltd  of Box 374■ Gihsonsi property for sale as a
•nwiic"-;..*,,*- fcv0«r?s onri ovnif.'   B.C..   occupation   Motel -Opter-'    /.       r   K     '  ,      .   .
WINTER RATES—Fully furnished cottages $6£, month
plus utilities, also weekly and
nightly, rates. Also avaiiabler-
Fuii trailer hook-ups. 885-9565
Mission... Point  Motel.     853-tfn
HALL for renf, Wiisop, Grepk
, Community1 Hall; Co'ntact Mir.
GM*:S>hi!lips;  885-2183.  1095-tfn
"offers scenic boating and excit
ing yeatr-TOiind fishing. A dream
that money can buy!   Act now
—call Frank Lewis or Morton
Mackay  at  886,9900.
Gibsons Burqiiitlam
fi.C.'^' occupation * Motel
ator intends to apply .foi*:, a
lease of the following described lands: [''
Commencing at a post planted approximately 10 feet,-from
Oi P. Rock "B'V.NE* corner
Block "A", bisliic't. Lot:6353,
N.W.D. thence following shoreline 300 tcet  to surveyed -post
Vancouver real estate multiple listing. This will pro-'
vide a large number of Vancouver salesmen with the
information to bring your
property fo the attention of
Vancouver buyers and will
also give you service locally
Paint -• Fibreglass - Rape
Canvas - Boat Hardware
Compressed    air   service   foi
skindivers   and   firemen.   Ajr
tanks. Skindivers available for
salvage work.
Gibsons, B.C.
Phone 886-9303
Personalized "Just for You'* entertaining* accessories
— dinner, napkins, cocktails napkins, coasters, matches
ahd playing cards — printed with your name or initials,
add a personal and festive touch to your parties. They do
so much, yet cost so little, and are always socially correct.
Before your next party, drop in and see the complete
samples of Personalized "Just for You" entertaining;
accessories, stationery and thank-you cards at
/     .     ... J    .....       {a [,
Does Your Club or Group reoort its
Activities Regularly to The Times?
HaW Rock Drilling A
.   Low Winter Rates?
Free Estimates.
Room  10
1045 W. Pender St.,
Vancouver 1, B.C. *
Tel.  112-685-1917
w->-«----.«w*>M—*—,w.—,i.,».,w.,- ,,. I,,, . i.
We would be pleased to list
yoUr property for sale as a
Vancouver reqI estate mul**
tlple listing, This wilt provide a large number of Vancouver salesmen with the
information to bring your
property to the,attention of
Varfipouver buyers and will
iiisp|ilve you service locally
We vyould be pleased to list
ONE  bedropm „ furni-slieri. ^sutfe    $ur_-p/peerty for salq as a
in Gibsons, waterfront' view,    Vancouver real estate rnul-
available   Nov.,  15.
Peninsula, Tim£s.
Block  "A'   District  Lot,   District Lot 6353,  thence  back to
0. P.,Rock "B\ of Block '•'A"
Box   1107    tiple  listing. This will' pro*,   district Lot ,63^. and, cbhtain-
1107-50    uiHo-ilnmoniimhornfVn-*.    ing    approximately   one   acre
more Or less, for the purpose
of boat mooring and launching.
O. P. Rock "A"   S,E. Corner,   by»one pf our local, resident
property tip the attention,of
Vancouver buyers arid will
also give youi service locally
by one of our local resident
vide.a large number of Van-
SMALL .furnished house,j.n Se*    couver .salesmen   with,   the
chelL Nc children. II; ^B, Qor*   information   to bring  ybuir
don. &   Kennett   Ltd." Secheit,    rDr0Dertv tb thie attention.of
B.C. Ph. 885-2013 or 885-9512.   /
■ ■ ,,..,■,■ ■   /,,l;,;,;;!i.;u,U(«;tfn
MODER^ one p^roft^ siiite,
combination kitchen living
room. StoVe, arid fridge. Elec-i
trie heat. Phone 885*0333 after
-.P.m. 975-tfn
SMALL furnished house in Se*
chelt, no children, Also modern - ono bedroom\ prefer to
lease. :iuw rent, no children.
H. B, Gordon & Kennett Ltd.
Secheit, B.C. 8P.V2013 or 885*
9512, 1124-tfn
4 ROOM furnished house, $5Q,
, 4. mile1, ,from  Gibsons,, 886-
2983. 775*51
-885-2161     -
by:one of our local resident   GttJSONJ-fj; l|T)mpculato 3 bed-
salesmen,   ' rponi wmo on liirge view lot,
— corivcrii';nt locatlbri, extra rooin
i|i baseinent. lovely panndllcd
living room baa fireplace, A-oll
*fWW«BlMMWtJ*J!lfW)«^Nt'***W«,> |
lyEST '■'. PECHELT: Cut stone
fence features this landscaped
MM)' Waterfroht, propftrty. A
largo faihiiy, homo guards the
view of Trait ami Vancouver
Islands, 15x2. living room with
plus 4th In pasomenl. Hugo kit*
, t Secheit—885-21<Sl
,.   Gibsons--886-70r5
fr! ■ isostfn
-*■■!-■■ - > -     n * f 1 i    *
-.—f— -,—.— — ....- _   -     -	
jpfers ■
$15,000. ., ..     ,
UliXZziX' lllrii."    Xf c»cn anddinette.   10x42 finish*
<IWS- WHUM ACml< «f.rec rooln, basphipnt garage.
Wft Pleated, V4th nlc« 4 r^ )a  ft roal ,,0'mcy  fftmlly
ro?.*" 'Jffl*ft.'.P0??;:B*rtcH n>Kl hoiiso.    Jtist   $25,000,   mostly
LR Dachshund, 5 months
J|)W,, f Beautifully marked,
Ch>hipidn slaock, registration
^al(^>9, pal«rs. Has shdi*. $no
ot* best offer, Phono 885-9535.
HANliY^A^.   cal>ln^t   malu-r,
.; «1U, Qo\ ^pdd Jobs. Reasonable.
YfamJmtr ••*■ ^—7<km«'
soli. Full price ^!>00.
GOWtelt POINT: On th« wat-
crfrorit 150' fronthiic, attractive
' c room bouse; ,T largo bed*
rooms, family size kitchen wired for electric, range, etc.
Bright living room ,nlso> opens
to deck with sliding doors, as
docs the family room. Part
baschici.l has A*oll fu^naiye. Attractive terms on. $16,000,.!,
fiRLMA l'AHK: CloffC, to bfenk
large fenced garden lot. $6,350,
VJILLAGE! $5,300. 3 room, cot*
tai^c, aioiind the corner from
2 BEDUOOM rojlromcnt homo
on «mall lot.   Vlef-vlcw-vlcw,
F.P. $6,500.
BOAT moorage In year-round
.x-r; Norman Procknow
Dated November ,3, 1967.
111,1—Pub!   Nov,   8, , 15,   22,   29
notice to fuel oil ,..
Tenders are invited for tho
delivery ol fuel oil for use ip
our schools, for, 1968, A list of
.schools with typo of fuel oil required may be obtained at the
School Eoard Olflcc, Gibsons,
B.a, _ ;
"'•  Scaltid     tcndcjrs,     marked
"Fuel   Oil"   will   bo,  received
on or before 4:30 p.m., Friday,
November  24,  1067.
Kindly cjuotq prico por fial-
Jon, Including tax,
Tho lowest or any lender will
not neci'snarlly bo accepted,
School District No, 46
P.O. Box 220
'lMK-I'ub.-.Nov. fl,  1067
'   -111 ■——-..M——-...^.W.^WH»^^ -H..I..H-
Tho Board of School-Trustees;
School jjlntrlot No, 40 {Scchclt),
will receive tenders until 4:30
p.m., November 24th, tiw? for
lho follnwlnf. In 1008:
l, service and Mnlntonnnce
of Typewriters- and -Adding Machines,
Sundoy School 10:00 a.m.
Church Servico 11:15 a.m.
Wilton CrccK Community Hall
't; ':' Davis E|ay. Roaid   .,
Evangolical Luthorqn Church of Canada
, Piaster—/\. Husted tbrlstcnson
R(rst Luthorari Church, Vancouver
Services every 2nd nnd, 4th'Sunday of tho
i ■..,.,   , 4-7.,. '. 7,.,PPPft)-■'.,■, ...   ■;'.'■('.' ', ,
tSolrha Park Cc-rnmunlty Hall at 3:00..'p.'m*!
Sunday School-—10:00 a.m.
Church Sorvlco—- 11:13 a.m.
Prayer —Wcdnoiday 7:30 p.m.
You aro Invited to attend any or each service
• This .free refninder of corning events Is a service of SpCHELT AGENCIES
LTb,...Phbiie>..^ dir^ct f°>* free Hstlnos^spqcifyln^J'Date
Pad''; Please;-:npte', that space .is iirriited arid some advance dates iiridy
have to wait;'tnelr iturn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only arid
cannot always carry full details.
Nov. 9—2 p.m.^Stil-illda's Church Hall, Regular meeting. St. Mary's
Hospital 'Auxllld'ry". Smorgasbord tickets on sale;
,-,,  'i,'. * .,     .',.,:'' r, i ,■ '  '      . ,     ,- ■
Nov.   12—8:30   p.rn;'Gibsons   Pentecostal   Tabernacle,' Colour
Treasure In Incjia/''";" '','''
Nov.  14—8'p,m, Piepclor Harbour Hotel, Pender Harbour and District
Chamber of Cdrrirrier'ce meeting.
Nov. 17— l*3,p.rrl, Socholt Legion Hall,,Lions Ladies' Bo^aar.    ,|^7"''
Nov. 18—2*4p,m, Gibsons Elementary School Hall, O.E.S, Fall,Bazaar.
Nov,  18—Scchclt Legion Hall, Hospital Auxiliary Smorgasbord,
Commercial building, wiried and plumbed. Concrete floor. 247 ft, Rd,
f rontoao, $11,200,00 F.P. C. Gathcrcolo 686.701 S.
lOUSK fainting »nA decorflt*
timmpUy, Dick Blakoman,...Ph.
ltd.,   Hit   1,
68MJ*2381,   Henry
nrfV-1    '   ' ■ ■'        ' *
CLOTHING   repair   #bop,   AH
,,,Winds sewing, etc, Phone 883
protoctcd   hny,   75'  of   ftnndy
- water  w.'tH  view, »«lir»ctlyo. 2 r-bottchr-~
hedrooni   horno,'^   aUn,   chor«,    JJont  |Riiriehlw. wayn,   Of%o5i ? Mwhlnc?
balance #5 per nibhth at 6</f,    )Tar*ronrid   fiprlng   well.    Mo.,,°» "°WHirt ,«incmncn.
dcrri  hotno""wltl| |nr«o  work*      ScparoUv hid on any ono of
Eh^p;   dcelrlc  hoallnfi,  double    tho Hhovu will lio accopUid.
SKJ&rt-. Well.priced.nt.?32,000., ,_,FurUvor«inform«aon-«nd-c<an-
SKCnET COVBi , Syndlflii.lp lot   .(IIUuiih. „ntny„..|>c_ohtnli«fd.Ti«)m.
on A Secret   Lokc;    unfinished    	
houso.   Choice BwJmmlnR nnd
mooring,   $1fl,000,
Harry Gregory—885-9392
scchclt, n,c, 8Br>*2oia
8:00 a.m, Eyory Sunday
9:30 o,m, Church School
,   11:00 a,m, 2nd, 4th- 5th Sundays
7:30 p,m, 1st and 3rd Sundays   ,
'  Sorvlcos hold regularly,In
-—■*-— For Infpfmatlon phono-085-°793.—-
(Every Wed, 10 am H. CommHnlon St, Hilda'*
Gibsons, B.C. - 886-2000
the Scliool Bonrd  Offlco*" Oil)*
Hons, JI 0,
The Bonrd of tfchooi
.School District No. 4(1
IM), liox m
(ilhsoiiH,. n,<j,
•->       JUa-l'iih,  Nov,  fi,   1067
St. John's United Church
, ,   Dlvlno Worship—U:15 a,m,
Led,by MUa'li, E,l Campbell
Except on 2nd Sunday each month
Farpliy Serylce~~l J:J9 a,m.
DJvlne 5orvicer~3:30 p.m.
L«d by Rev, VY, M., Cameron
 For further Information    ,
Phono 88S.*)744
3 bedroom houso on 1,88 acres on
Hlvyay no«t to Masonic Lodge, Good
Invofitmbnt  at   $7500   with   $2500
""""    * Ti^MOOrTDAY*7**"'
147' waterlront with two 2 bodroom
houses, Good Investment, llvo In ope,
rent ono, Price $14,000 canh,
• W<r'hover* severot - lotsr*-piTced "f ronr
E, Surtcos—885*9303,
Comfortdble  family  homo, auto,  oil
furnace, 220 wlrlna- mono flroploco,
D,P, $2000,00, bnlnnco $00,00 por
    month. a .., ...
c-p?Y|,,^ I'^droorri hunaolow on nicely
fenced and'landscaped view jot, Full
C, R, Golharc6|o—B86.7015,
Wo would fc>o ploqsod to list yowr property for solo as q Vancouvor Real
estate multiple listing. This will provide a largo number of Vancouver
salesmen with tho Information to bring your properly to tho attention
of Vancouvor buyers and will also give you sorvlco locally by one of our
local resident salesmen, A
'    jl 11 f  I,
f  - ***r h  if, >
I      t
•f_ '    v   V t   ,  l^uUt  fi ���>  ����   ����T<  ������"i  t'l  <   V -���  )^-7   **���  ���f-z^frirrTr-"'  _ /.  ��dfrbr condemned . ���  ��  I t *    'a  '  t    I  -'       T  German architect designed  firsts legislative building 4y  "A FARMHOUSE with an outhouse on each  side  and a blacksmith shop and two  barns in'the rear."  That was how Amor De Cosmos, editor  of the British Colonist, in 1859 described  Vancouver IslaruTs first legislative buildings���the master" work of civil engineer  and architect Hermann Otto Tiedemann.  The editor suggested that the $90,000 expended for construction of the "Bird Cages"  ���as the first buildings were popularly called-���was a waste of money. But Tiedemann  apparently ignored the insult and probably  told his friends it was obvious that De  Cosmos knew nothing about architecture.  Tiedemann was born in 1821 in Berlin,  Germany and he came to Victoria in 1858  as a civil engineer to join the Surveyor-  General's Department. He designed the  Fisgard Lighthouse, completed m 1860.  In 1862 he left government service to  help Alfred Waddington find a shorter  route to the Cariboo, building a mule trail  up the Homathko Valley from Bute Inlet.  Later the trail was considered by the Canadian Pacific Railway as a route and Tiedemann worked for the railway company.  When the final relocation through the Fraser  / Canyon was chosen,.he returned to private  practice.  He worked on surveys for a plan to  bring. Elk Lake water to Victoria and he  did some work for the coal mines at Nanaimo. But the best example of his work  still standing is the courthouse he designed  for   Victoria���now   housing   the   Maritime  ��� ^r^m^m^ -h**   -<w*-r- ���-_���***���**>�����  ';  AS*<  '" Hetnaim Otto Tiedmann  Museum: He also designed many old Victoria homes.  Tiedemann died in 1891 but his name is  perpetuated in Tiedemann Creek and Tiedemann Glacier in the Homathko region.  Rod & Gun successful    "~  Holloween masquerade  GOOPS and Goblins were on the loose a  few'days  early  thiir year, when the1  -Secheit Bod-and Gun Club,hel4 its'Annual '  ' Hallowe'en Masquerade in the Wilson Creek- -  Clubhouse, Saturday, October 28th.  *     i   - < . i  . A,,wide variety^of excellent costumes  made .it ,veryv difficult for the judges to  come to,, a decision. Len Patten an& Bill*  Brysoh bf Secheit, and Mr. Art, Briggs of  MacMillan "and Bloedel Ltd., were',dele-  gated to act as judges���this being the penalty for not dressing up in a costume.   '  , Most 'Original Award went to Joanne  Nygren who appeared as the "Jolly Green  Giant" of a TV ^commercial. The Most  Authentic Award 'was jointly won by Phil  Malpass as an Arabian Sultan and Tiny  Nygren as his eye-catching Harem Girl.  The Most Comical Award was won by Vera  and Milt Lonneberg who managed to keep  their identity a secret until the last  moment.  Door prizes were won by Laurie Bryson  and Ron Sims.  Manufacturer joins the  'uncommon' market  FREDDIE Fox of St. Albans, England, has  topped the "shipping, coals to\ Newcastle" and "selling iceboxes to Eskimos"  super sales stunts, reports Colin McLaren,  associate editor of Canadian Hotel & Restaurant.  Freddie is a pasta manufacturer who  recently achieved his lifelong embition by  persuading a supermarket chain in, Florence, Italy, to stock his brand of spaghetti.  *** /r ��  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING ���* PRUNING  Gower Point Rood  Gibsons, B.C. - Diol 886-2919  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  ^,.. Bal, Block, --Gibsons ~  Every Wednesday  886-2166  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Telephone Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  BOB'S APPLIANCES ~  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit. B.C.  Phone 885-2313  L. A H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  .  ���-a ������  ' " * i"*" :        -���    '   " ���*-  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your.OMC Service Centre - Poninsula;Evinrude  Dcolcr - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launchioa Ramp  Phone 883-2266  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  Tt* PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886.9949  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' jand Children's, Wear -  Open six days a week  Phone 8854063  Cowrie Street, Secheit          i        ,        ,      ������!,���-,      V      '       ,i   .,,,.���  PARKINSONS HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS'  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TILUCUM 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  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-���SHAPJNG  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery servico  Lowbed hauling  EATON'S y   uo  "WHERE-TO-GO"  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS.  MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaxa  Gibsons 886-2232  Head Office 51S West Hastings St., Van.  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Building Contracting  Secheit, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road,  ���.J..V,.'., y  'y,   ,^Q|H}  ^B^OSO,;;  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  S  %6!^J^aBH^l'!!aS(..Wii��0M��*��*��AW-  ���4m*mt>*n!p&i!**toi$.ii  it  *r  !!^-fewH^l5*lf|MiW!W,,f^lH'  GIBSONS'HARDWARE LTD  Your Marshall Walls  Dealership.  Phono 886-2442.1 Gibsons, B.C.  ,�����* ���"���     , i ��� ��� ���"���"���'"   PENINSULA CLEANERS  152'i Gower Pt, Road ,  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY PRY CLEANING NEEDS  .'��� ������ '' '��� ��  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  , Household Moving 8< Storage  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  -W.>MM|-II ��� <M>P    ���-.���-i���i.----��..l.|-.l-l.1..W.llWl-.-lll.l-**.|��-* ������    iwlif-ll I���-   '       .IL.    '    -.'    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Land Surveyors  Mqrlne Building - Secheit  885 2332 or ZEnith 6430  ������������m���i i ii ��� mum ��� ii ��� ���!��� ���iiinniiPiii���-*-���m���***** wi *��**��� i���i ii mil I *��� 11H   W 'i-m i m������m  At tho Slfln of tho Chovron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mqchlno Shop -���- Arc and Acty Welding  ~~SWorFbbW<fdtlh'd^  Automotive ahdi Marino Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Pliona 086-7731       Roi, 886-9956- 006-9326  fW-w-^-i���w ���.������!���ii.iw m*imm..*mmm,m>mmiiimimm<Mm,mm��**tmm*m.r0m4,imm*.mmmn*~mm'im ���'<''���  BRIAN'S DRIVE IN  The Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite tho High School - Gibsons  For Take Out Ordors Phono 886-2433  1 ���'" ",* ���������"- i' '���'���  i i  ���  ���"��� -I  K 8i Z APPLIANCES  Major Appliance^ Servico  All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578 - Socholt, B.C,  f��|-W������     11 1. ���i.llll.lF���ll.l Ill  'I ��� '.HI 11���1������ . Ii.l  II-.". I llllii-.iiil.Mrn������������^���������W! I    "I'lH  *~ "~ ^'^^T^^^ ��� ('-- -  Foundations -trees romovocl  Clearing and Road Building -  ���    ^i?xQJi;J^ayyyA��iJ��liL.  WEDDING of local interest took place at  7:30 p.m., September 30th, in the Bethel  Evangelical Free Church, Vancouver, B.C.,  when Darlene Hilstad and Robert John McQueen" fexchang^ "^ a  double ring ceremony.  The groom, who has been a resident of  Gibsons for many years, is the only son  of Mr. and Mrs. John McQueen of Vancouver and the bride is the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Arnt Hilstad of Vancouver. ,.  Officiating at the ceremony was the  Rev. Henry Nickel, brother-in-law of the  bride.  Given in marriage by her father, the  bride wore a full length white empire,  sleeveless dress of peau de elegance with  over-jacket of imported cotton lace with  long lily point sleeves. A full train fell  from the empire waistline and the flowing  train-length veil was held by a coronet of  real-white roses and baby carnations. The  bride's bouquet was of ^nauve orchids and  white stephanotis.  ,   ,, ,  Bridal attendants were, maid of honour,  Miss Shirley Hilstad, sister of the bride.  Bridesmaids, Miss Sharon Loland; Miss  Judy Berghauser and Miss Beverly Coe  with'flower girls, Shannon Nickel and Ken-  dra Clark, both nieces of the bride.  Best man was Mr. Brenton Marshall;,  ushers being Mr. Allan Marshall, Mr. Larry  Hilstad and Mr. Douglas Stewart. Ring  bearer was Shane Nickel and candle lighters were Mark Manitoski, Cameron Clark  and Gregory Hilstad, all nephews of the  bride.  Wedding music was played by organist  Harvey Loland, soloists being Miss Judy  Berghauser and Mr. Phil Jenion. Selections chosen were God Gave Me You,  Consecration Hymn and The Lord's Prayer,  Master of ceremonies at the reception  was Mr. Art.Hilstad","brother'of the'bride,"  Mr. Carl Berghauser proposed the toast to  the bride and tho best man read the congratulatory, telegrams.  Th.e bride's mother was gowned In a  dress arid three quarter length coat of.  royal blue, black and silver metallic brocade, Winter white hat and gloves, black  patent shoos and purse; her corsage was  white gardenias and carnations.  pother of the groom chose a dross and  jacket of royal blue with matching hat and  black, accessories, Her corsage was whlto  gardenia And: pink carnations.' ' '  For tho honeymoon trip to Banff anil  California the brldo wore an English wool  suit, of royal blue with greon mohair loops.  Her blouse and hat were olive groon cotton  shantung and accessories, wore black.  White orchids formed tho corsagol  Mr, and Mrs: I^dbort McQueen aro living  in Gibsons, B.C.  The Peninsula Times Page 3  Wednesday, November 8, 1967  Youth divisions now  in 7-fcanadian ciiuis  A WINNIPEG policeman is being sent to  a U.S, school for traimag in work with  juvenile offenders.  ' When he comes back, the policeman  Will head ^ a youth jsquad to handle crime  among juveniles in the city.  Winnipeg eity council passed, resolutions  in favor rof such a squad in 1964 and 1965,  but eachrtime the project was stymied by  the failure to get provincial support. Council- passed the resolution again and this  year appointed a special committee to ask  for financial support.  In 19J65, it \vas estimated that a 15-man  division would cost $104,000 a year to investigate juvenile offences and carry out a  program of youth work to prevent crime.  Six Canadian cities already have youth  divisions, says a report in Civic Administration.  Better driving habits  can save many gallons  MANY dollars can be saved each year in  gasoline bills through improved driving  habits, says the B.C. Automobile Association.  During a recent economy run, where  the gas mileage potential of new ears was  put to the test, officials discovered that:  ���An out-of-tune motor can reduce mileage by one-third.  ���A sudden thrust on the throttle to pass  another car can cut mileage by 50 percent.  ���Braking a car to a sudden stop wastes  gas.  -^Smooth steady driving can increase  mileage by three miles per gallon, but the  biggest factor in a car's gasoline mileage  is the number of stops and starts it must  make.  ���A new standard car cruises most  economically at 55 miles per hour.  ���When coasting downhill in gear, a car  gets about 100 miles per gallon.  ���Of two different engines, differing  only in compression ratio, the higher compression engine will require less gas.      J   x,j;x~  i 7f  \i  ���mMMJM��lMHl��MIIIIIIIIMIMltlMB��llll|-^  .,.��,;^.,^fpjr^L^yawOy^,ah.d  early mailing be sure  to see display of:  Mm NOVELTIES  in great variety  Christmas Cards and Gifts of all kinds  ��� '        ^at ':.,"-���'-.:.'.���  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Secheit, B.C. Phone 895-9141  Specials on:   Christmas  PHONE SECHELT 885-9343  u  Candles  -   Christmas  OPSN FRIDAYSTO9 I^M;  ^MMtMt��MflMtHt��MU<M  li  ���Ji.>��  t- A  a ���  . y  9 ������ :*T  ,-���,,-  ll����*  '.MSA  Mm  �����  lif  'a +i"  ;",ii'  ���Mm-  ���r"X  Y.Ay-  ft'-  ?  imiM  ,i!4i*!i  :w��''^^i  ^J^mvpiiP  m  ���������  and enjoy a special 2 for 1 bargain!  'A teon*ago girl dashed Into a shop nnd  with deep concern asked tlio grcetlng-cnnl  clork: "Do yon linvo l\ get-woll enrd for  fta.,l>flX���Ml<>jMSt*shnvcjLfoUll^^  Here To Serve You  Now JorYico in district  PLUMBING & HOT WATER  HEATING  CERTIFIED MASTER PLUMBER  ���FREE ESTIMATES - PHONE ANYTIMB  885-2037  John Malcolm . 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Amk^iX.,,.7.i: -.rrynr^A^^^ayr^y  -^���n-v-r-jr-  iM5M  M  A  ���V.!.'.:  ��B0M0000W0MM*0r000r000000000000i00000000000000000000000000000**r''*m''rrm"m'rr'''m0'","r04\  I.  ~   ITORIA  ^S  fc*/may fee wra/u?. *������*-/ s/iff// nor A* so wrong as. to fail to. say jylutll. believe to MA[Jghl7!i  s        , . ... i   ' ���John-Atkins3  g      ' ,   -���-���;��� ��� ������ a$  * ' '      '  Se��li r��pir0isiBntatlves . mow f  LIMITED and narrow thinking decrees  that, should a newsman express  criticism against a certain person, group  or organization he is naturally opposed  to all that person, group or organization  represents.  This attitude in a supposedly intelligent society certainly has its humourous  as well as sorry aspects. Humourous because, such an outlook belongs in the  far distant past and sorry because such  individuals are locked up in their narrow, little world.of self pity, despondency  and indigestion pills.  In order to rectify any misunderstanding emanating from such a minority  group regarding recent editorials in The  Times criticising certain aspects of the  Regional District, we would make clear  the fact that this, in no way, suggests  opposition to the Regional Board.  From the start its formation was  strongly supported by this newspaper,  we still support it with the firm belief  that it is the only presently feasible means  of bringing badly needed facilities to the*  area without having to wait another  decade.  This does not mean we have to  support every action taken or proposed  by the board or any of the directors.  Where it is considered that criticism  is warranted we do not hesitate to hand  it out, however, this does not have to be  taken as general condemnation of the  board and what it stands for.  Two long overdue functions presently  under consideration by the board it that  of water and garbage. An efficient water  system for the whole area could become fact, within two or three years  providing support by the public is forthcoming. Without the Regional Board  there are areas which will still be asking  for water in ten years time.  Garbage collection and disposal has  posed a big problem to all but the hogs  for a long time. Already sites have been  located and approved and plans' drawn  up for a collection and disposal system  covering most of the Peninsula. Final  say is up to the public when a Referendum will be presented in December.  These are just two functions possible in the near future by means of the  District. Both will cost money, naturally,  but benefits will far outweigh the comparatively small charges involved. <Lefs  face it; we get nothing for nothing. If  we need these services they obviously  have to be paid for.  Directors of the Board never will  welcome all we say about them but it is  the duty of any responsible newspaper to  closely guard the interests of the public  and we have every intention of doing just  that. Who says and does what may be  easily gathered from press reports and  where necessary the coming election will  decide which heads must fall.  Changes are certainly needed, al-  thought to give due credit, directors have  worked to the best of their ability. At  the same time parochialism has no place  in the Regional District and there have  been times When logic has appeared to  take second place. This is something to  be straightened out by the elctorate and  all the more reason for interested organizations to start looking now for.efficient  representation for the election in December.  TMe   CfaMe'se   seat  NOW that the United Nations General  . Assembly is tinder way, irievjt^bly  the,questionof Omese rej^esentation  wiJLj be discussed. It is a hardy anrmai,  an,| ^i*5 year 0Ilcie agaih those nations  th|t want the Peking regime seated will  be disappointed. -���   - ������  China's case is doomed even before  it gets to the floor of the General Assem-  W for various reasons���-not the least,  of course, being the present chaos in  th|; country. Even Prime Minister Lester  Peprson, who in the past has spoken of  th���� importance^ ^e^lvjng the C|ihxes^,  representation j^ol^aij is ma|^l^ob#l .  this year, because tnie Culturp ReV&u**  tioSj. has tltfown^tfie most populous land  on earth into- such turanoil.  uiBut^basically this,does not alter the  ver^ string case Criina has Jp the eyes  of ;ui1ematii6nallayers. Nobody would  deny tgd^jr thatA��eJcLng;has; graye internal strife on its hands. Nobody would  defend China's Red Guards as a well-  meahirig grotip of harmless youngsters.  .    ' X      ' / '  These factors, however, do not alter  China's fundamental right to its seat on  the, Security Council, and to a place in  the General Assembly; 'Both; these  places are today occupied ,by th^ Gpv-*  ernment of Formosa which does not���-by  any stretch of the imagination-���represent the people of Mainland China.  Despite the political explosions 'that  are rocking China; th^ Comrnu'rlist regime,  still has a large measurp bf ipbhtrpl in  most provinces. Pekitig cofrtintfe's to  trade., with many nations in the world.  Peking's diplomats represent China in  scores of capitals, Obviously, Peking  should have a voice in the United Nations  if that body is to earn its title as a world  1 organization.  Other states that have changed their  Governments, or that have been beset  by political violence,  have maintained  their seats in New York. African states  like the Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, Arab  countries such as Algeria and _ Egypt,  several Latin American countriesall  have had repeated internal strife���including violent changes of government���  and none has been deprived of its. UN  seat.  China may not be the peaceful, docile  land that many might wish it to be.  Nevertheless it exists; and must have a  greater say in global, councils, particularly as China today is the first Asian���  and the first have-not���nation to acquire  nuclear and thermonuclear weapons.  Senseless V-  Editpr, The Times:       - .   ��r~  _._.. Sir.���-The Canadian Press reports' (2.4.1b  Oct.,jetc.) the terrible danger, of a "fluoride death cloud'' over several Easteri\ Can  a dian ,. townships   and - farming   districts,  through the. release,  accidental n6;_toubti  of deadly poisonous fluoride fumes fr^m a .  reduction plant���yet other report?  tell  of*  strong campaigns to force fluoridation of  our  water' supply.    It  just  doesn't  make  sense.  E. W. ABRAHAM.  Appreciated  Editor, The Times:  Sir.���Enclosed is my check to renew mv  subscription to your fine  weekly.  I always enjoy reading the paper) and  am particularly fond of John Dunlop *.  Egmont Eye because of his fine iriendU  reporting of local happenings and v*also  because he covers the area closest to m>  own land at Baker's Bay. I am sorry that  he is ill and do hope that, he will soon be  fully recovered and producing that interesting column again.  I also wish to take this opportunity to  commend you on your forthright^ and  . spirited editorials. It is very refreshing to  find an editor who is people consciou-,  rather than party conscious, an approach  that is not found in the large city papers  in the States or in Canada.  Sometimes I think the last voice, of the  people rests with the small newspaper editors who are not obligated in any way to  large business or political interests. In  spite of the many pious- statem.en.ts of  political party leaders and lesser pfiblic  figures including civil servants and appointees, and certain large business exfecu-  tiyes, the fact remains that there ares very-  few voices lifted or efforts speht to defend  the rights of the individual citizen and taxpayer. How often does government forget  where it receives its finances and its jw#er  when it cSllOutfly thrusts its weight on ine  citizen taxpayer?  Again, as you have pointed out, constant  requests for money are in fact demanded  from the taxpayers by a government that  has im providently spent too much toq pft%n.  This governmental arrogance will continue  to grow and to demand more and more,  unless the people have the courage to stand  up and say no.  Your editorial duty (in which I believe  you rate A .A.) is to give the people a voice  --���������and-an--dnstrument*''SO-''-tha.t>"ti!;ey'--will-.-'-'khOW-''-  they are not alone when they demand an  accounting from the stewards they have  elected to represent them and whose wages  they pay. Your intention must be to return  the power of self : determination to the  people from whence it came and where it  always must be retained! At the same  time, you help to serve notice to political  leeches that the people can indeed throw  them out unless they listen and learn to  live and spend in a frugal and judicious  manner as do the people themselves if  budgets are to be kept while services are  performed.  Who has ever known a government,  federal or local, that would admit to having  enough money, equipment or man power,  to get the job done with what it has without going to the people for something more?  On the other. hand, those among us who  have sacrificed to raise, feed and educate  children, house and clothe a family, with  whatever funds we are able to earn; know  that we can always, use "more money, better  tools and more heip���but���alas, must still  perform within the limits', of our present  circumstances.  So also must a truly benevolent government operate. within the means that are  provided by the taxpayers,, pursuing their  endeavors as best, and honestly as can be  done under the circumstances "of money  and other resources that the people have  deemed wise to put at their disposel���to  make do with what is available as parents  have done since the very beginning. Aod,  by this example of public: morality and  responsibility, to set a standard for thit  segment of private morality that has become apathetic in recent years.  Your paper through its editorial column  can speak for true responsible individual  freedom and for true responsible public  morality. -  Keep up your good work even though  you may feel at times that you are alone  when you vote for the people. I assure you  that you are not alone and not unappreciated. A  FRANK   DONOHOE.  Page 4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, November 8,1967  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  Seehelt 885-2214  Toll Free from Vancouver 685-4922  Seehelt & Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  (Bayshore Inn)  NEW SCHEDULE SERVICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 4th  MONDAY ��� WEDNESDAY ��� FRIDAY  NOTICE  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  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FOR A FINE MEM,  Pino at tho  EAGLE LODGE DINING  ROOM  Dining Lounge ovorlooklngtho -  mouth of Pondor Horbour  Charcoal Drollor for Dollcloui Stoaki  BoioryaMonn traniportotlon may bo  ���^������,,nrronflod..CAtLJ83-2;.282_  The Eagle Lodge  GARDEN BAY, B.C. A   ,   '    -"-a     \  ��� v.-'r'-ir-H' ,'liv<!i-*v X  " ��� ' i  MR. AND MRS. Wayne Swanson have returned from a five day vacation, spent  at, Kamloops, where they visited Ted and  _Verna Turner, and Ed Campbell, all former  Gibsons residents.     _"    " '/ ] " \  r Having obtained employment here, the  MiKe Thatchers have returned from .the  Lower Maitaland and are at present staying  at the home of Miss M. Thatcher,' ,. ,  Chub Club met last Thursday, W\. 2nd  at the home of Mrs. Kay Moore, The club  meets every Thursday at the homes of  varibus members and those participating  are: Kay Moore, Jean Jorgenson, Marybelle Holland, fevelyn Berdahl, Georgiha  NasadyK. Lorna Alvaro, Mary Carmichael  and Irene Oram.  Mrs. R. Cramer was a .visitor to Chilliwack recently. Mr. and Mrs. D. Andrews  and family from Surrey visited friends  here for(a few days. /    ,  , ilix. arid Mrs. Dennis Machori "returned  recently from a ten day motor trip to  California, where they visited relatives and  a]so visited the famous Disneyland amusement centre.  Mr. and Mrs. Winston Robinson of Vancouver spent the weekend visiting relatives here. Besides his -regular employment, Winston is attending night school  and Mrs. Robinson (nee Marilyn Bosey) is  completing her third year at, University.  Both plan to enter the teaching profession.  Walt Nygren, Fred Feeney and Bud  Fisher were fortunate in getting moose,  while on a recent hunting trip to the Hudson  Hope area.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Anderson enjoyed a  holiday visiting friends at Kamloops and  Ken brought back a deer that he shot  while in that area.  Hunters take note: if you do not wish  to keep the skins from your game you may  donate them to the Gibsons Rod and Gun  Club. Mr. J Matthews will accept them  and proceeds will go towards the fund for  the Club's Big Bore Range.  Congratulations to Mr and Mrs. E, A.  'Dig* Pedneault on the birth of their son  on Oct. 28th at St. Mary's Hospital. James  Scott, 6 lb 15 oz Grandmother Mrs J.  Pedneault has returned to her home in  Victoria after visiting here Also visitingr  the Pedneaults was Mrs. J. Thorn from  KiUmat  Mrs Virginia Reynolds and Mrs. Sue  Whiting arranged a surprise baby shower  for Mrs. Pedneault on Thursday evening,  Nov. 2nd at her home Gifts were preseqt-  ed in a decorated basket. In addition to  the two hostesses others present were.  Mary Gill, Dorothy Bracewell, Joyce  Smethurst. Ruth Bambrough, Lorraine Duncan, Lois Young, Marg. Wheeler, Alarlene  Bjarnson, Norma Gaines, Lynn Panasuk,  Carol McGivern, Dorothy Schoenewolf,  Paulette Smith, Joan Whieldon, Mrs. Peggy  Thorn and Mrs Tom Pedneault, the two  grandmothers; were also present. Unable  to attend but sending gifts were Nancy  Douglas, Wanda Pedneault, Shirley Horner  and Almeda Whiting.  Roy and Coleen Bruce enjoyed a holiday  recently in Portland, Oregoru  Mrs.   Frank   Charlesworth   and   family  enjoyed a ten day vacation in California  ' recently.     A -  Mrs. Gwen Arthur flew to Rochester  last week to be with her sister wlfo'is to  undergo surgery there.  ..Visiting. Mr.----and Mrs/> Go'r<joti * Clarke  recently' was the latter's inpthpr, ; Mrs.  Gwen Fretter from Victoria,  Bill Lissiman had the mistplrUine to slip  and fall near his home last we^, -f-eistilt|ijg  in a broken leg and Bill n,o# fikk, \�� MSP  crutches to get around. AlsoT rppqjip'fi ph  sick list is Mrs. Daisy Crowburlt arid Mrs.  Irene Jewitt, the latter ih hospital.  Mr. Andy Anderson reports a small attendance at the Gibsons Rod and Gun Club,  Thursday, NPv. 2, due to thfe 'fact that  eighteen of the members were ayay on  hunting trips. It. is, reported by r��?s}denfs  of Park Road thai several dozen snow  geese (Chen Hyper^pjfeus) werpspe*j pn  the park at the tintp wbon thp Canape  geese (Branta CanqcWjtsisO were. Hying  south. BPth species wtrpobsPrved at the  park by Mrs. Gc6rgo ,Boscr and Mri>. AV-  , Puchalski who used binoculars.to make  certain they "had correctly identified the  birds. ,  , \   /  Mr.  L,  T.  LaFond  is  working on tho  .housing for the flag-polo nt St, Bartholomew's church and thanks are being offered  to tho donor of the Flag of the .Anglican  Church of Canada, which will be put i\p;  ��� thanks are also extended to the donor who  has promised to provide the halyard, etc.  On Hciriembrnnce Day'there'will be 'a  S* a.        f        S  ti 1  - 'A > A<'>j; AAA?j'"V  Wednesday; November 8, 1967���   Xte.tenfawhitTime*;  Poge. 5*  A A     >/**..  Pur:suin07$�� Interests  ���*       '^ "A  -      _   _       -~-py Nancy Leslie  future occasion; my next stop is Athens.  On arrival in Athens, I found everyone  ,  ........ ,    very helpful; with the help of an inspector  the co"k. in buVJmoney-being"'approximately    of cigarettes., I obtained ,a room at the rate  _���_-.���...���*������_,-._ _<.��� i_ri_A?x.     <���-, of ^fl-  ,j0ija^   Yius is not a hotel but a  VIENNA   - y��   "r " *1 ;;\A,  By good fortune; I found a; bed here in  a Youth'Hostel-on the'Outskirts of Vienna;  ninety cents >per ���Jjfight:  This- hostel /is /yery'jlarge and quite  modern and servPs .delicious, meals. I am  staying in a room with'seyen other girls  who only .speak 'French ,or; German. In  youth hostels you ��� must keif up around six  guest house which was opened for the use  of students. -The owners are very friendly,  arid speak fluent English^ There are many  opportunities here 'of nieeting. international  students.  After., getting settled, I wandered  thirty or seven-o'clock-and this nearly kills down into the Plaka, a famous district at  me. On Tuesday^ went>ight-Seeing in the the foot, of the Acropobs. I had met a  older' part of, thfe  city" 'where  the  most  ,   V-^lu^ble helper  Mr.;;Chkr^les .rvIcDerinJid' wa^h't realty  preparing a. super bonfijre to celebrate  Guy F^wkes day, last ^Sunday, but t  losing His huge D-8*Cat to provide J  sOrrie^yery valuable volunteer help*  ptep'aring   the   site -for  the   Senibr*  Citizens homes. Also busy on Sunday, -  ntembers of^ the Lions,club put in  gocKi time with, power "s^ws and by  late afternoon quite a large area had  been cleared.  -    a .   a f  celebration of the Holy Communion at 9:30  a.m. itf St. Bartholomew's Church, when  contemplation will be "The Souls of the  Faithful Departed," especially dedicated to  those who gave their lives in the cause sof  freedom. Atr 10.45" am. there will be ceremonies at the Cenotaph, followed by a  service in the Legion-'Hall, Gibsons.  ' On Nov.- 12th, prior to the Holy Eucharist at 9:30 a.m. in St. Aidan's Church, Roberts Creek, there will be dedication of" a  bra'ss'wall plaqtie* to* the 'glory of God and  in loving memory of Frank Wilfred Downes.  Many people are aware of the wonderful  contributions made by the late Mr Downes,  and his craftsmanship can be observed in  much of the furnitu-e in the sanctuary and  chancel*���labors of love and examples of  his devption to tiie church.  At Roberts Creek there will be service  of Remembrance in the Legion Hall at  10:45 a m  On Sunday, November 12th, Rev. J. A.  Raymond Tmgley, B.A', B.D, District  Secretary of the Canadian Bible Society  will be in St. Bartholomew's church, Gibsons at 11 "15 am and wall speak on the  work of the~Canadian;' Bible Society;���     ~>  Mrs. A. Vanderhorn entertained recently  at a dinner party on the occasion of the  86th birthday of Mrs. D. E. Arnold of  Martin Road.  Calvary Baptist Church will hold a  Sunday morning service, at 9:45 a.m., re-  .placing..thp.evening service which used tp  besrhpld at|7:30 p.m. Sunday school', will  fpllpV? immediately after devotions. I|  ni|Mri| the* change Rev. A��� Willis sj^tef  t^ie., is a greater tendency for peoplpj tft  alteld^-church -in-the morning," ��s*peS!|lly  d^rinjg the; dark winter nights. '.,;,'..-,...  ,';"^r.ls," Ivy'Feidler went to Englan<j oil  Pct^|ier 2dth to visit her mother, Sirs.  BeVtprt, Mrs. Feidler is expected back oii  Noypinbe]; 17th.  Mrs. Rosa McLepd who has been, spending spitrie timfe at thp home of h.er sp^-lft*  law ant}. ��� daughter,, Mr. and Mrs. Albert  Stanley Christiansen has returned to Burn*;  aby for the winter;'.;���"������      ������'���' ;,    '  ���Mr; Charles L, Bourri, is recoverihg from  " suVg"ery'at.St(;Mary's.;HqsPital*  Mr.s. M. Jay has returned from a lv>li-  d?y. in Califorpia.  Siebert-Lee . . .  IS t PSdly% Q ardeft  pretty Autumn wedding  ST. MARY'S Church, Garden Bay was, the  scene of a pretty "autumn' wedding at  6:30 p.m. Pn Saturday, October 14th, when  Brenda Louise, the only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Robert H. Lee became the bride  of Maurice Hugh Siebert, secpnd son of  Mr. add Mrs. August Siebert of Pender  Harbour,' B.C. Officiating at/the .double ���  ring cerenjony were Rev. Barry'Jenks and  Canon Alan J>. QfVeene.  Escortpd by her father, the young bride  wore a floor length gown with- long train  pf heavy satin; thp full skirt was.'of taffeta  w.ith layers of wispy nylon. The white satin  bodice, featurpd lily point sleeves and. embroidered lace around the scoop necfeline.  ^he .bride's bouffapt veil fell,, to-the waist  from a pearl studded tiara and she carried  a cascading bouquet of red roses and white  carnations. A" ;*,  Attending the bride were .Miss Georgina  Ibey, maid of honour; Miss Sandra Siebert,  the groom's sister was bridesmaid' and  flower girl was Miss Eva Marie Dubois.  The attendants gowns were ful} length  formats of chiffon over taffeta with nylon  trains flowing over the shoulder to the  floor. The maid of honour wearing pink  and the bridesmaid and flower girl in robip  egg blue. Their bouquets were wftite carnations with ribbons matching, tKe_ gowns  Best man for the happy occasion was.  Mr. Ronald Siebert with Mr. 'Orville Sie  bert, Mr Leonard Lee and Mr Danny Let  acting as ushers.  Mrs. Carl Cameron played-the wedding  music.  The reception was held in Itfadeira Park  Comihumty Hall --yhere^ the toast to; the  bride was proposed, by Mr Ernest Lee,"  uncle of the brute:"���  The  bridals bfither  was gowned in. a  beige dress "or't^trex  rayon  with. ,-SUver.  tbrepds   throughout, stopped  with a   darld  bt-p\vn;   sl&vgre'&Vfjill  length  lace  coat.1  Accessories were *bejge. :  Mother of the groom chose a two piece'  niauve ensemble also of Lurex rayon with  silver threads.  "v Before leaving for tbe honeymoon in the  Okanagan the bride changed into dark  brown 3-piece"wool"suitr With rust trim and  dark brown accessories.  Mr and Mrs. Maurice H. Siebert will be  residing atu Porpoiser Bay,-Secheit.  Out of town- guests included Mr. and  Mrs. Arthur Forbes of .Langley; Mr. and  Mrs Oliver Dubois, Duncan; Mr. and Mrs.  Gerald Doucet, Squamish; Mr. and Mrs.  R. Irvine, North, Surrey;: Mrs. Bertha Larson, Mr. andjMrg,' C. Jensen,. Mr. and Mrs.  A Larson, all-of North Surrey, B.C.  -**"**f  *���*  famous monuments and buildings are. I  visited the Imperial vaults "were one can  see the coffin^ of Maria Theresa and other  well 4cnown 'emperars' and- their consorts  which" are in a deep underground vault.  The coffins, wh)ch are very pld, of course,  are all covered with beautifully carved  figures.  I also visited ihe-summer Palace (Schon-  berg), built (by* Maria TherPsa, which has  1,400 rooms, but I only visited 45 of the  main ones. Each room is decorated with  many gold-plated objects and in each is a  stove which rbsembles a porcelain vase  with a narrow neck. This is the most beautiful palace I have visited so far.  I also visited St. Stephen's Cathedral,  Museum of Fine Arts, City t Hall, etc. I  started off with a tour of the city for 70  schillings, which I regret now as you don't  really see anything and the bus makes only  two stops within three hours. After this  tour, I retraced the route by foot and saw  everything ftiat 1 missed before.  This evening I joined some Polish friends  and ah' American teacher for a ride up to  Kahlenberg hill and saw Vienna by night;  it was beautiful. Later in-the evening we  went to the famous i town,, Glrinzing, where  students' gather' to drink vvvine and listen  to music, r really -enjoyed' Grinzing and  met many international students.  Today (Wednesday) J Trisited the famous  fellow from Johannesburg, .South Africa,  who was born in Greece and so could speak  the language fluently. He accompanied me  on this excursion. We visited many places  where they sing GreekTsongs artd'do folk  dances. A greek lawyer we met took us to  a night club to see Bozuki. f A  Today (Friday) I wandered about Athens  to see what it was like. The streets are  very, narrow and everywhere you find  people pushing carts loaded with fruit and  other wares to sell. Generally, everything  in'Athens isv cheap including hotels and  food. Bfowever, I must admit that the mail  service is terrible.' No mail at all for me!  It gets very hot here in the afternoon and  most sbops, close for two- or three hours  and then re-open about -four -o'clock and  remain open until ten or eleven o'clock m  the evening. -If the visitor- is wise" he will  retire for' the afternoon also.     .   ���  Early on Saturday morning I walked up  the cobbled pathway to the magnificent  Acropolis. As everyone knows, the ^buildings on this hill are all relics of ancient  Greece; the Parthenon built in 448 BlC. and  the Erechthelon with its porch surrounded  by columns in the form of "female'figures.  Surrounding the Acropolis are Several old  but well preserved outdoor theatres vwiiere  many plays are still performed. '  ; " *  In the afternoon to escape the heat .'arid  the streets of the city,, I spent tbe jtime'.at  the beach with some friends and .'enjoyed  swimming.    Here,   all  the  ladies, at  the  --���*-- ��     ' j *J   t��   *.**-. Mtlll^, AAW4   \*j *!.-_���- I.UW ���*��-*.**a-t,-*��M~ *M-> *��������� ���"  Vienna a Woods.   Along the \yay visiting the     _,e��ch wear bikinis; it makes no difference  Or��C      PVi;1/"-q-i>-       Clrrinnrintlrr " nrViiaiV,      "e?      W,ca i. , , _ ���>     r _i     i ? !.!'_      JI      itj  SOS Children's Orphanage^ which is the  largest one in Europe. To. m*/ surprise, the  homes are very moder_Ca"nd' well furnished  in up-to-date style. Td'eafch house is one  mother and usually eight orphans, who are  very well cared for. I wish I could have  spent more time in the woods and in the  country but did visit a monastery of Mosaic  structure.  Later that evening I visited two American friends and saw the Operetta 'Merry  Wid6w.'' We could only get standing room  which cost about forty cents; but we were  able to get very close to the stage so had  a ^woiiderful view. The operetta was won-  ddrful and was well worth-the. cost.  Wbbld' have liked to go down to Salz-  how old or young and fat ladies and old  grandmothers all appear in 'these", scanty  costumes. - ���    ���>  To further escape,the city, I went to a  small island called Poros; this is a .Very  beautiful place covered with olive -?md  lemon tree's. On the trip across 'to this  island I- was amazed to see what, a beautiful shade of blue the water appeared to ,be  and gave a fairyland appearance to the  whole scene and as we approached, the  island I saw that all the houses were whitewashed and had flat roofs. I found this^to  be an island mainly visited by ^Qreek tourists, few Americans find their\waj^ here;.  It was a very nice place to relax, anpV'rest.  I found the, people o% Greece very "wajrm  burg".' but "as *r have to leave t hope there    and friendly,  and enjoyed my, stay .here  wiU*Jie^an opportunity to? visit it on some    very much. ���*"     .,.%".' -,c>  Mr:''and Nti$. vM^rjc��k>lugh Sfebert  CREDIT UNION  ���J ' *   '.     'o^CHE|iTr*S.fc.  *"fues*fay to ^iTdoy���10iP0 a.m.-3:O0 p.m.  Saturday���10:00 a.iti.-4:00 p.m.  Telephone 885-9551  Ah idttrtjwne-it is not pabtahed or displaced by Ibe liquor Control Board or by the Govcmmhit of British Cofumbia,  ^  ^  '"';":'"' >i"       ���������������������':',y '���'."���'��� ;''/'*-^y''p��rYr;'lVpd|l|V'  Iftemembranpe Days |iave pome and gone  And yet���Fay some they stay,  .TheVjjpgler's'.had his fipfll vyoird,   .  Thfe" crowd���-Has gone: (its way.   .  Today one man stood.all alone,  Utjtil-^-A boy came near, <  'iRpmombr/iincp Day was-yesterday,,  Yet now���I Sflrid^ you here'.""'".'  "three words they saw upon the stone  An^ this���Thp man did,say;  "Reinombirance Day i^ alwnys, son,  lt'6 not���Just.'Ypstor^ay,,��  [���*>w����,**-��win��*-vinr*wwwninr*��ww**y��i��^  r.^^��*^4n��il��i��1��i��i��BiW*iWlW(f  . 1 Yoqr ,  C0NT0U WATCHES 6i0ti,B,00  MARVEL DIAMONDS  LIDO DIAMONDS  ROUSQN t/GHffeRS - SCH/C/< HAIR DttiTEkS -  RAZORS : G/I-TWARES  '   L& J JEWELLERS   '���  Cowrlo Stroot, Socholt PhoAo B83-94ZO  it**- mm wUtuMii  JHE ROYAL CANADIAN LEQION Branch HO  WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL CEREMONY  AT THE CENOTAPH IN SECHELT AT 11;0O A.M.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER lllh  TTWECCOMEiS EXTENDED TO*ALU ORGANIZATIONS      .AND INDIVIDUALS TO ATTEND.  "In Flanders Field the poppies blow  Between the crosses, row on row  That mark our place . , .."  < 1    11 _���  'iii  I-  j*~ '***'_.  ^*'vvv' V<   ���4.   _��r-.     ,*-��,fl.  -   t       ���                                                      t  _.    "  -H,-  ���r"\���v���-i-\-x"%-~w-^v-^.^-vr*-^ *���->  .    --- -(-------  *-v (V,'V*^*Wt"1  ^y.A i^AlTXJ X [^liid&M^A  l. ^y^^^-t>T^^T^^^~  EC::  ������-"H -a~  I I  I  I  ,lti  I     /  Page 6 The Pemttsgfqi Times  Wednesday, November 8, 1967  Secheit Bowling   1���   ���by Eve Moscrip  CAULEEN  tycCuaig  look high  triple and  single  in  the   ladies'   section   with  717  (306).   For the men Orv Moscrip also had  a double with 792 (336).  LEAGUE SCORES  Sports Club: Jean Eidred 708 (294), Pat  Witt 629 (267), Chris Crucil 611 (291).  Ladies Matinee: Eleanor Gritt 611 (259).  Pender: Dennis. Gamble 694 (286), Mark  Myers 285.  ~ ���   " ,  Commercial: Orv Moscrip 792 (336),  Cauleen McCuaig 717 (3.6), Lionel Mc-  Cuaig 778 (306, 286). Sam McKenzie 735,  Dick Clayton 724, Frank Nevens 301.  Ball and Chain: Red Robinson 689 (276),  Sylvia Jackson 299, Vicki Vesley 594 (241).  TEN  PINS  Mixed: Doreen Mullen 295 (162), Bob  Janie 294' (157).  SCHOOL  LEAGUES  Juniors: Susan Jorgensen 280 (162),  Brad Allan 327 (19S).  Seniors: Kathy Hall 324 (188), Pat John  381  (218).  *        - vi-1 t    j    t      a*    "���*        '*^*s_3��JK*  ���* *-       * * *  J  ���if  *    jr  *> A.  ��� ar** a*1*  f 4  '��� %>  "    *_&? i-T  m*^*, *>��!&*^p-*s.- _ ._���*���"-  * -*-* _L ^ -1  ��aj_        fc *  G' ��� I ���      I I ��� Tough game  LuSOnS tDOWLinQ   Sliding in to take the ball, Pegasus    team  gives  soccer fans  an oppor-  ** player Russ Edjnunds takes a spill tunity to watch really excellent  in Sunday's hard fought game against soccer. Games take place at 2 p.m  Kenworth Trucks. Playing at home either at Hackett Park or on the  every other weekend, this Division 1    Reserve field.  WEST VAN paid us a visit last Sunday in  a six game match. Aggregate scores  were, West Van 24, 424, and Gibsons 23,  434. High triples this week, Irene Rottluff  704, and Lionel McCraig 734. High singles,  Phyllis Hylton 296, and Art Holden 279.  Ladies Coffee: Georgine Macklam 537,  Lucille Mueller 559, Terry Delong 517, Irene  Rottluff 704 (253), (245), Hazel Wright 559  (242), Iva Peterson 612 (236), Phyllis Hoops  572 (236), Vera Farr 516, Melody Henry  540 (235), Ann Johnson 531, Doreen Crosby  636 (244), Paulette Smith 555 (245), Eleanor  Wolverton 513, Carol Kurucz 517, Eleanor  Penfold 509, Lorraine Werning 633 (243),  Marg Peterson 664 (266), Alice Day 599,  Darlene Maxfield 618 (243), (242), Barb  Riches 516, Clara Christiansen 546.  Gibsons A: Don McKay 650 (249), Herb  Lowden 619 (256), Maureen Sleep 609, Don  Skinner 689 (262), Art Holden 627, Frank  Nevens 680 (261), Carol McGivern 629  (241).  Teachers Hi: "Freeman Reynolds 702  C244), Klaris Abrams 252, Grethe Taylor  671 .(261)r -HelenAGirafd ^674*(24i)f ^Bill  Ayres 651, Linda Yablonski 662 (243), (258),  Gene Yablonski 608, Mickey Jay 250.  Commercials:  Jack Clement 655, Joan  Quarry 277, Phyllis Hylton 635 (296), Dave  ��� Hopkin 732 (271), Lionel McCraig 734 (273),  (254),   Lome   Gregory .630   (240),*- Gladys  ��� Port Mellon: Glyn Davies 603, Art  Holden 658 (279), Red Day 638 (254), Bill  Ayres 656 (249), Don MacKay 667 (250),  Jean Wyngaert 249.  Juniors: Brian McKenzie 389 (231),  Wayne Wright 313 (209); Jim Green 349  (212).  Bantams: Cheryl Penfold 204, Randi  Hansen 270 (138), Debra Pedneault 242  (133), Randy Whieldon 314 (180), Bruce  ' Green 208, Cindy'Whieldon 233 (137), Mary-  anne.Musgrove.234 (135), .David Pedneault  207, Ian MPKenzie 274 (150). "  tmvmmmmvmiiwmirtnrwfrwwumwmmmitmmmmmwitmmitftmfximafu  Failed fo score  -egcisus lose to ECenworth T*  biit proved worthy opponents  KENWORTH Trucks were able to make  two first half goals stand to beat Pegasus in their Div. l game at Secheit Reservation-Ground. The game was well  played.throughout and the two teams were  very evenly matched.  Pegasus controlled the play for most  of the first half and were unfortunate not  to go ahead when Iiorne Edmund's hard  shot curved1, justwide. Minutes later the  'same playeF''Mr'anoihW"  skimmed the bar; The Burnaby lad's took  the lead when Russ Edmunds weak pass  was intercepted and the ball was crossed  to the outside left, who was uncovered,  and he beat the goalie on the short side.  ���-'(tacevmare-the Pegs raidedythe 'Truckers' goal: only :tb falter when "within scor-  ing-distaiice; ������It seemed they either had  to make -that one pass too many or dribble past one extra defender, when a shot  would have been in order. Kenworth's second goal came from a good rising shot  which curved at tbe last minute to beat  Bob Watson. Half time, Pegasus 0, Ken-  worth Trucks 2.  After-the, interval Pegasus once more  had mos^p7- thew_i&y ahA looked v<��ry  sharprjiUtf&" they goK within range, wlien  they.aiffaui-becams-'ifnpotent. Gordie Dick  W^,tojbbed of a chance when after, being  pUSxtf the clear with a good throiigh p#is  . '���'*:,* ___,  Commercial Printing  SEE  The Times  , tnmmmM0mm��m00iU4inm,myiuuu4n00M04M��m00iinmm0mmm0Mi  044*'A'Vi*04r4nnn*4**v4rw4rwit^nnimmmwHmwm0wmuttmm0n\  XV. & RADIO !  '    REPAIRS  IMMEDIATE  SERVICE  Phone  QOi-i"2ftl3y  444%IUkg\IU40U4��AM44m��0lk��mm0mi>MMIUk��ilUUUU40MSU40��IU4mAi  he had the ball tackled away from behind  before he could gel the shot away.      . *  The 'Pegs' became more frustrated as  the game went on. no matter how hard  they tried they just couldn't buy a goaL;  The referee, Mr. Gilbert Joe, kept good  control of the game and stopped any noit-  sense before it  could get  started.  Final  score: Pegasus F.Cu.O, Kenworth Trucks 2.  , Verdict:��A, really good game, congratulal-,  tions to both clubs.  ��� /  Soccer coach blasts  lack of parent help  BIGGEST problem lacing juvenile soccer  and particularly Dennis Gray is the  ���shortage of referees. Dennis the man who  voluntarily undertook the job of, supplying  each game with a referee, and is doing his  utmost to' do a competent job. However,  it isn't possible tb do a good job unless he  gets your support. .     !  ":  These are your children who-are playing every"; Sunday ami it" is up to you, the  parents to take a shot at blowing the whistle once in awhile Dennis has books <. on  refereeing and the commission will run a  school if you will come to it. Remember  everyone of them had to. try it for the first  time.  If there isn't better support in this area  juvenile soccer could be in danger of failing and some 250 boys will be turned loose  ��� tp their,, own , devices every weekend and  besides that whero else could you get six/  month's baby sitting so cheap.  Results of games played Sunday, Nov.  ' 5. Div. 7, Shop Easya 0, Gibsons Cougars  0; Timbermen 2, Gibsons Canfor 0. Div.  6, Res. Braves 4, Res. iTigers 0; Gibsons  Legiori 2; Secheit Lbgion 2; Div, 4, Madeira Park Res, Totems 7; Secheit Lc*  gicn 1, Loca- ,v,7 V, -.,   , >  Pender Highlites   by Donna Vauahar?  OUR   SENIOR   Girls   returned   victorious ,  from Brooks. In'the games they played  on Saturday our girls won 15-9 and, 15-13.  Our counselor, Mr. McKenzie had a  volleyball session with some of the students last Thursday, October 26.  Since last year, the Seniors" at Pender  have had smoking privileges. The furnace  room was available to any senior student  with a note from Jlome. These privileges  have now been, curtailed following a visit  from one of the upper echelon. So now  it's back to the bushes provided you can't  be seen from the road or the school.  Congratulations to Marian Vaughan for  winning the Pacific Command Bursary.  This is Marian's third bursary.  Recently Mrs. Benjafield joined" our  teaching staff to teach morning classes.  Mrs. Benjafield was born and educated in  London, England. She was privately tutored in foreign languages. A muUilinguist  she speaks fluent French, German, Italian,  English and studied Latin for four years.  These skills were' put" to use when she  worked for several years as a secretary in  London taking dictation in these languages.  Mrs. Benjafield is also an expert in  shorthand and typing, having learned these  skills at London's Tottenham Secretarial  College. She has also acted as legal secretary both in London and in Canada, after  her arrival here twelve years ago. She at  one time was secretary to Mr. Norman  McKenzie, former president of U.B.C.  Recently there has been a considerable  uproar over a selection in a Grade 12 textbook, Story and Structure. This short  -story, "Defender of the Faith" by an  American author Phillip Roth contains a  couple of four letter words. Irate parents  demanded that the particular story be removed or at least the offending words.  Apparenly the powers that be must have  thought the story suitable for the Grade 12  level since it passed a resolution 7 to 2  in favour of the selection on its literary  merits. For as one parent said there was  nothing wrong with those words when used  in a story to depict life as it really is.  Most Pender students agreed. Their  main argument was that students have  heard the words by the time they reach  Grade 12 so they shouldn't come as too  much of a shock especially when they are  used fairly commonly in some pocketbooks  '������-��������� and -magazines."11���te*^.U^��M-��e��-=-a ,,~^y  Personally I think the suggestion by  Education Minister, Mr. Petersen, that the  words be removed and little dots be substituted is rather ridiculous, once the story  has been chosen with that word included  i'.'.';  it should be left, alone.  It seems strange indeed that profanity]  -which takes the name of the Lord in vain ��  i$ permitted in school textbooks .while thisf,  particular word which was once, a reputable/  Anglo-Saxon word until it fell iptO disrepute *  should be so condemned. It seems to nip,  that people are more concerned with phy^*"  ieal sins than spiritual ones. \      '    ]    >  Our psychedelic dance on October 27  -���yas a huge success with a record turnout'/  delicious  refreshments  and  piles  of - our  .swinging favorites., Linda FedbsoVj Jackie  Griffith and Linda Johnson kept the,dance;  lively by playing alt our moshpqgular' re-^  cords. ''',.,  The gym \vas decorated with psyched-'  elic paintings, many colored lights' flash'*  ing on tin foil which bedecked the[ stage,  and many colored balloons. Fay Girard  and Sandra Vincent dressed in sequinned  mini skirts and Vack leotards were ��� our  go-go girls for the evening. " ' 77~  7 Mr. J- C. Bell is librarian for all the  elementary schools in the district. He also  prepares audio-visual films for'our high  schools. His headouarters are in Gibsons'.  Much'of his work involves selecting new  books for,the libraries and repairing worn  books. He also prepares subject cards for  the filmstrips which will be filed under  their proper number.  Mr. Bell attended UBC where he received his degree after taking a course  in Teacher's Training. Following this he  took a special librarian's training course,  Recently there has been much discussion over the question of legalizing marijuana, it would appear that this proposi-'  tion would have little support among Pender students for they were against the  idea 9 to 3.  W��raTOM$��^  |������������������M������������M��M��-M*-*-����l���� ��������������.��.��*���;  ���* ^   'a.... 4  *������������������;,��.������������.;������������������  ;     |j  ���  '������-....���������..ai.....''*  it   ...  i  *  l i ���������'���)���'���." < l III  ��� III ill III  ��wtsiBi'��'^(Mi^i>'yi?����i*-j*M(i^��*ii*B.��w( Miiki^tifiV'm^iWiii^iUiA^k'^'mimt^'^a^th'ltiS  >'   i  ���i*>M  i  . I  t     I /;  p��^j:-*)"Vjl'*l"** *" 4t*��*t**/!���*-�� ^W  iljtfiUi       l  *n>i*i> i  'An'A  ,V''\  ���i j  WIN  AN ELECTRIC TRAIN VALUED  AT $40.00 IN OUR  EACH WEEK A CLUE WILL BE GIVEN TO WHAT AM I. WHAT AM I WILL BE  DISPLAYED IN THE STORE, WHAT AM I WILL CHANGE PLACES OFTEN.  ui. ^im^mi**if��is-Mnm ����iai��^��iibwUtS^MW*^l>'i��riW* MtfrtfsW**  -W^lt-ifcU'-ta^^w^M  6^i.'i?S^luiM^^Si*��^��i**'^��WV* ��*^f��lt��^ '*��� ?Wmi#��WtelWtMii'^imm.ft^^ I iMiteklttilB^f ^W^Wf**'''  ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE. BUT THE ONLY ENTRY FORM YOU CAN USE  IS FROMTHE PENINSULA TIMES OR GIBSON NEWS.  THIS WEEK'S CLUE:  YOU MIGHT SAY ~ I HAVE FOURS!  ���JUST CLIP AND DROP. IN OUR DRAW BOX���  ����#��r*ww*##(i|r%*��^*^WtHKfctK**te,*^  CAMPBELL'S VARIETY LTD,  ..i....  ... *  NAME.,.  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The new dishwashers do the entire job Including  This Is 1967; time you started your lifetime holiday the drying, Dishes are washed hyglenlcally clean In1  from dishes with one of today's groat new automatic water hotter than your hands can standi '  dishwashers.   ' If you're still In doubt, ask one of your friends who  Forgot everything you've hoard about dishwashers owns a now dishwasher If sho would ever go back to  up till now; that dishes have to be pro*rlnsod and washing dishes by handl  Giye her a dishwasher for Cliristinas.  B.0.HYDRO  m  v^iBJ��BKn sf*^*h*J��,!'��  fiww4A*A(*ff^aa ^l��t^"��M^^A*Ma^ywaaa��a*w^^aiaaa*aWaiaa^WH��^��aawa#rta��a��rta.aa' tjia.ai  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD*  1S56 MARINE �� GIDSONS - 886.3442  SIM ELECTRIC  SUN5HINI COAST HIGHWAY - SECHILT -  C & S SALES & SERVICE  COYfRil SWtT sSICHIU,f 883?7U ��� ���  BlWW-jm'fSiSBl^WvJC* ?~^ltltfej��( ���!  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING PLAZA *  GIDSONS - flOA-9609  PARKER'S HARDWARE LTD.  COWRII STRE6T , SECHEUT - 885-2171.,  089*2062  PENINSUIIA^PLUMIINO S  SUPPLIES  Sumhlno Cooit Hlflhway -, Socholt - 885*2058  BENNER BROS.  Furniture & Appliances  rpia  15  i  :  *     I,,'' I  -A  A**  *  n*  ^'\I^WItt��  ^1f  fH*.\  *, "'V-'* **  y-^j���.���, -c 1  .���*,���*���i��� *-T*  iaft.-  -r-  Ji_ia_.  ATA  V ]  ���tf-  5A-S-  ..     i ,   *.   ri, ,, > ��  .^Ksy  ���^yr-  -, <" X'  ^  or  J_  rtfjt-  fl  a'li  TAA V;i'Va#  i?  i  I  ^-^.t,    liw,  m  th i<  ���i*^*��*>**********j��****yil  i��_auM?^ &���wk��fc����,'_fr iEi / ventei-iiiai tuna. w ; yi      '- xa # _.<i���� i,. s-a',.  l. Wednesday flfoMq^fM^fr    ,  ^^t^V^,b^'<  ^ ;f -V    ���*'-a"**    Vs    a ��*- *  4    - -  ���--���*'..,���*. ���-   $i^O0D ptnfe available  * 1  for cultural organisations  directly fori the  in add\tton  provincial secretary  irpnan' and co-  OFditefttoi-;;Pr.."t?.,N.���pejrry, <*e_>qty minister  Oi ^ditcatiori-. J$btt*I. ?��� Dwson, MLA for  ^<&&ai&} #pn��� P." jr.^cffd^ MIA for  Uorth; Okauigait; aqd-IJaju.Graee McCar-  -- -   -    -- -*."- fountain.  Paper, dress  IstjSecheit ~  novel way <  Uging newspape;  had,a limited' ti___ ���#  ,,.,-.     ,     .      -,   ��,    *~  costumes.   Winniii_�� vtlier.cbmpeUtion   froiii tiie pile of'old^riewspapers.-,a  were Lynn Oike as Robin -Hood and     '. . , , .      .    ,   '���['���'."<  '���     " -1    " ���������*������������������������.���    ������������������        *        ���������'��� ���      ������ ������    ���.    ���     ������������������������������ .-fc..��� ���  -������.������-     -.������*���������-    ������������������������ l��T-     ������������������������*���*.���. ���I���WP  / * "- -(*     1 *  Halfmbon Bay Happenings  ���" -   ""���      :~    : " ! ���by iMory Tinkley  Thanks are due to Ihose^who .worked so       iHcfiLr    ' a"* TTlif  ON OCTOBER 29th, at Sacramento, CaU-    HOME AGAIN  fbrnia, * a grand old,.map;> Mr.  Albert  friends? Also on'stage aoin_; a ^i-eat, or is    region ot m&racfj��fity'of* the Province to  that a, terrificf jpt    ���       *�����*���''_>���   * A-l"* ".s-'vist/u-i"''>�� ���    -and mine, Jack In  ���X^...^^^'be.:.hon?_e i,n__^��a.0��s   f S^r5JtL^S^��5S   Ml )��& to.have.^ga^ jnixing, up. ifae  virice and that under the" new fund, organ- * a;fiflanciflWccesS'wa& assurea.<rT&e social  izations which have, special and outstanding *- side'wa*si mtich ^njoycfct by neighbors meet-  proiects designed to further BfC,'s- cultural    ing" to talk over old-brnos.  i.VTS'Af ..A        .        c i|. i.        ll        (   '        _   t III  status -wilia ^pt *(Hily- continue to-receive  -,   ��� .         --  ��� finaociaU5uppoitJbiiLmay.be eligible for   hard, to qjake the.eveSf sficfi.a sjioces's  i^dildtllafc:ai^^ >?-W|^-' - ;. * - *.- - ^ ,. -  - additional assistance. __^.^_ir-->-^   <^<-*���  ���-"  cpme  the  world's !famine ^oft^ScriEtiarcs.    4. N!ow f0? the square dance news of yes-        The^fund committee is, placing partic-  The* challenge of -*his campaign /to itrfeble    terday: last Saturday liighf we took'on for ular ^emphasis on'the stimulation of native  4hea<iistnbutibn of. Bite, Testame'i^s; and    M Hopkins HalU where *we' joiifea in; a Indian art,and culture. .   ^  ^spels in this, age .of rapidly ".increasing    wonderful evening of squares and rounds        ;fco��ii .community'arts,- councils,  wfiere  litoacy; is being presented"by "Rev^ltay-    wth tta1: eTOr popular-caUer Harry Rob- propehyicoiistittited, are eligibleior annual  JpondJTingle^JDist^ ertson< at   the * mikerbplione.   What  else grants - froirr ttiO'-fands", ./and" Murray sdid  travels "SiroughoiSit" ~*he~ province     V(. ->,      couia y��u h?ve *>ut a top evening among that such councils are envisioned' for each  '  Since all" fo the Ctalrches are. 3ei4nd-    friends? Also on-stage 9oing a j^reat, oi* is region ot mumcffiafity'of* the Piivince, to   ! r *    >   ��%������?. 3^;.^;  ^tSfhP ww^Srfr'S^Sv    th^ a, terrific, jpb of caUiflg, your friend work-closely wi4^ local-governments and, L   -Wont .to   make, _fO��*��� home  S^&^^^^J^^-i?.^    ^nd mine, Jack Jnglis and of course yours to act as-a fiaison with the fund committee. . f .J^er/more^mfo^e/mwe  SUPPLIES ?  Myrtle in 1897, For 40 year,s he worked  for the C.P.R., retiring in July 1937, A  few years later, the family moved, to  '.Washington, where Mrt) James became a  citizen ,of the U.S.A. and later-made his  home in Sacramento. He lived an active  and busy life and loved to travel.  In 1961 he visited his birthplace in  Ontario and the following year, at the age  of 90, he visited the Seattle World's Fair.  His last trip was in 1984 when, at the age  of 93, he journeyed to Halfmoon Bay to  visit his son-in-law, Ed Edmunds, his three  grandchildren, Marion (Mrs. Doug Foley),  Peggy (Mrs. Chuck Ayer), Owen Edmunds  and his eight great-grandchildren who  lived in Halfmoon Bay.  Alt was around 1900 when Mr. and Mrs.  Jajfiie? f|ri||came to Halfmoon Bay. At  t^i:4lmgV^��rs. Clara Lyell, who was the  I-talfniopn Bay postmistress for many years,  was living in a log house on the property  :*-i"*-A"..,       A    .-.  ��� '77--+       m> -__> *���*-*.****- ��**_r* '* �� 1       JLt_       A.  for a few days and wUl shortly be relurn-    ���� tSS^^lSiS^^kSt&S    ��atky 0BT?'  ^ "* % "* ray^   ^ t^*���*���^^?** g�� t0  ing for surged. ^J���*^.. Z^LT^^^t    1^ &c^X^,Wx^l^LM^    * ���*Jg��t$&^[^^ i..  IN BRIEF  Halfmoon Bay said adieu to Mr. and  Mrs. Dick Derby, Susan, Brenda and  Carla last weekend when they moved their  house trailer to Gibsons to be nearer Dick's ��  work at Port Mellon. Mrs. Ed Tjensvold  presented Mrs. Derby with a blanket, a  farewell gift from her friends and neighbors in the Bay.  Guests of Mrs. Ruby Warne last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Doug^Foley aa&    m^,& HaU <>n Mbrday; Ortober: 3pth  The film will be shown locally w.\tt>e    Spain have^lwught a house at HopKiis tdg.        Murray explainpa 'Oiat-tEe-annual dis- c ���  Tentecostle Taberh?cle,  Gibsons, B.C., on    and are  now, members  of  tbe   Gibsons bursements of approximately $270,000 rep- <-  S^^gjyjg^ ^ lo^^ in ^jj. gai^ h^^py resents the-interest generated by the .$5  '-"-     *     ���"    '    "J" ��� million fund.  He said;th^t no charges are  Nov. 12 at 8:30 p.m.  Secheit Brownie Pack  al Hallowe'en party  BROWNIES  of  the  1st  Secholt  Brownie  Pack attended a Halloween Party in St.  sqtiare dancihg to y^ii.  ^ The next,square dance to bejield will  be a jamboree sponsored by the Heeze and  Sheeze at the Port Mellon Comm. Hall on  Nov. 18, 1967. Come early, all square dancers welcome, don't be late, .square dancing starts, at 8:00 p.m. Admission, one  dollar, each. Bring your own napkin,.they  supply the eats, top caller Bud Blatchford  ,���   .. . ,      with guest callers on hand to give moral  Arrowsmith of Soon a ter the party sferted�� A-shriek-    SUpport.  tog witch appeared from  %j>areiAiy  no-     s No news yet as to squaj.e danc^g^  To celebrate the 40ih weddine annivers- Whe?  ^   W11dmg -her  broppx,-caused s?cheUf if you ^ ^ iritereited call  io ceieoraie me win weaaipg annivers g^M excitement among the Brqwmfes. 885-9941 we will take vour name and when  ary of Mr.   and   Mrs.   Red  Robinson,   of         _ i    *. ,      -_..,,-   ,_;-'.-,-.   ;      , ��5-wi, ��e mu ukc your name ana wnra  Middle Point, their children had arranged ���j ?�� ojher b!g black-cauldron, she ^read a set or two has hcen put togther we will  to have a family dinner party in Vancouver, their fortunes while Mitsical.^airy played -see what we can do. The mam thing, is  being made against the fund for either  administrative costs or* travelling expenses  of^ tbe committee members.  "Wcbelieve-tharall revenues by way of  5> J  Peminsirfa Building i  lies Ltd*  Phone 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C.  [.'..,. -     *    -. - *   a *���__.������ i  Kathy from Mica Creek  Ralph Lynds was Mrs. E  Vancouver.  weird music in,-the background.  'to have fun square dancing. See you next  ��&.*��� aK-tiiS* u.a M-;   -Q.'.u,, nro-iaii    ** h.a.4    However,~the arrangements had to.,be can-    ������    ,_ ~~77~~     '���t" ~~���"rrT .  >- ������.-������.r��� w"��r~*" ~~J���r��' ~~~ --j���- -~*-  SSE^SSI Slr^n; ffiP, at dll in ftld     ��u"��* when 3Vfr. Robinson was indisposed,     .Brown 0*d^>wny .0*1 wish tq^ve    week with memories of past square d��nc-  ty*& ^"e were no houses at^ll n Red- .       ffi ^ theiikv    hekrtv'tliank&^tola Cadwelly Rose Rod-    ing.  rodffs and Mr. and Mrs. James cbuldhave^   ^JS**11! Jnd  bought the whole of Rfedrooitlltor flS or    ^ife^.^  bought  S100. On land which they bought from Mfs  I^ell, Mr. James built a ^summer borne,  \vhich ,the family enjbyed for many years.  The cabin is now pulled do%vh, but it was  only five years ago that Mr. James sold  the .property. <(  Mjr. James was a member of the Ravenna Masonic Order and a Charter ahd  Honorary" Member of the Vancouver C.P.R.  6ld Tiriiers' Club. He is survived by three  sons, Bert and Ken of Seattle, Jack of  San Diego, two daughters,* Myrtle (Mrs.  H. G. Andrews) ,of .North Highlands, California and Lena' (Mrs. Chas,' 1. Hebert)  of Sacramento, 14 gjandchildren, 27 great  grandchildren and nine great-great-grand*  children. Ono of his^grandsons, Kenneth.C.  HeboH is serving with the U.S. Army in  Vlelnnm, A Memorial service was held at  the Mount Vernon jPuneral Home, Sacra*  "m'enlo" and interment at Fprcst Lawn  Cemetery, Burnaby.  HOME BAKE  Children of the Halfmopn Bay School  held a sale of homei baking and r^mhiage  on November 3rd in aid of Project 100. This  , B,CV school centennial project has already  rained sufficient fiinjSs to .send two mobile  clnsHrooniH to Gulnna and Tanzania and  the aim of the present drive 1s tho extension of this Horvice to India, Pakistan,  Znmbln and Honn Kong. ,.������..   Vi��age "ardon  Two Grade I pljlldren comprised the Landscaping'of the 'grounds around  Welcoming Commlttoc, They wore Sandra Sechelt's Village Office is being  jorRcnflen nnd N��ui|o Van Kftmond. Cnsh* undertaken; by .the. ,SecheU' Garden  \m -wore.Tony Rvanj.��M���������"�� funjjn;- Club^ainl president Mr. Wank Read  mm, Sales assistants wore Brenda Derby, ', giv iriibqiiMaHv-rhHrKltitT filaht:  Sheila Murphy, Lelnn Fraser, Starr Man* J��� y'Jl^H  ton, Claude Chnrlfeiohi prnic Kingston and ������ ing. out shrubs ami laying concrete  Bobby Nygnrd. The, sale raised over $30, curbing, Many. ,of athe shrubs,have  thus exceeding tho host ambitious tibpes.... been, donated, by. Giardoh ClUb meiri-  ��nd his wife spent the day,    ty&rty' tiiapk^;tola Caidypell^ Rose '.Rod-    ing.  ir Some. The family will -now   /^ay who' ����**FairyrGodmother and all the  '-*>  i��    tL     I        -~. i  ,~ ^.   -*      V a. ari* ���     .     Jl*^__ *w_      ^   *   , .    *.    ^'J , a Ji'  concentrate oh a really big reunion lor {he    iJrownie/ Brothers,- who   cpntributed,. such    '���   Progressive psychiatrist:  One .who ad-  50th wedding anniversary of their parents,    delicious goodies/or the refreshments        ^Vertises���''Worry-now, pay-later."-   -    -  IM SEtmtT ��� ^Sibhe 8SS-SS2?  f-. U*        JSH   J#frJ  9fxt2' RUOS  **mjm>0m*miim*>*p***0mm*m  1 'I." r i!w  -***M***-��---l  tyj.i  "��� y   t.tj^al^v.M..  '   - - ���   -    ��� ���- **��**��������-  i  of Mrs, Ed Surtees and the children..  bers who now number forty-eighti  MJUUUUUXJOmJUJOUUOCPO^  -��-��nWftWi%MJ***��"w**1*1*fe  ilwd-i*- VMMCVah^PtliWtmHK^'W*^  Our CHRISTMAS STOtR tes ARRIVEtJ.  Shop Early for this Best Sel_fctiori;  USE OUR LAYAWAY OR FAMILY PLAN.  NOTICE OF'; ELECTION  Public noticfe is;hbreby,given tolthe electors of RliWl Area "B" of  of School pistrlctiNo. 46 (Secheit) thpr I require the presence of the said  electors at the School Board Office, Gibsons, ori Friday, the 24th day of.  November, 1967J at the hour of ten o'clock' iin the tal-ehbon, for the  piirpose of electing persons to represt^ht them as School Trustees. Nomi-  haiibhs will close at twelve o'clock noon on NoveKibbr 24th; 1967,  ._ :''.'!   .'���  .���    ..       r      lil. . .      .  ,��� .      . III.���..���..���*  y<>*^ , ���*- , ���*��<! ^,\*   t.  Nip(��^ tit V> ���^.V'K "*t+ 1 ^^l ****���.        *    i  l^^V��w^MiftWJ*fc*^j.4ho*4ifl)'''j^fcflt��^scc*^fKf*.'J^->*fr  Y A'MARSHALL WELLS STORE  GIBSONS HARDWARE (1966) LTD.  886-2442  '!^,t'(.B��ja*S'to(iB;-!i'-*ISl��lBI!iH��U  Wi&tftfft&rta&ti/fWfm'ti  the best  ir��i i*  *"*        -~ ��� -���-       -_^..^ ^  niMli-: E9 ���Jfiwa'i-)'  The mode of nomination of cariaidates shdll be as follows:  ��� . Candidates i5hdll be nominated' in writing by two duly cjuallfied  electors of Rural. Area "B" of this School District, The^nomination  pdper| shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time berween  the dote of this notice and noon of tHe day of nomination. The nomination paper may bfi In the form prescribed In the Public Schools Act ana"  shall itato tho name, residence and occupation of the person nominated  In such manner a| to sufficiently Identify such candidate. The H'omlnd**  tion paper shall be subscribed to by trio candidate.  In the event bf a poll being necessary, such poll will be bp'ehfcd at:  Bowen Island Elementary School  Gambler Island Veterans' Hall  Port Mel Ion; Community Hall  Langdale Elementary School  School Boarcj Office, Gibsons  ���Elphinstdne- Secondary* School  i.    Roberts Greek Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Selma Park Community Hall  ori the;&tf�� day of pecerhbei*, 1967, between the hobrs of 8:00 a.m. ohd*  8;00 p.m. of; ^hlcH wery;person is hereby required to take hotice ahd  govern himself accordingly,  G\ytir\ Wer my hcihd di Gibsons li^dlrikii iHls 27tH Day of   -���>-���  October, 1967.  ������ v   td-t-    ....  .W��*��H'*i* M* 1 ir*  �� l   a!  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V _  ii  M  J' ,__ * .__^aiiUidliESiffii3^  -iA  I*  ������*!  .(  �����;���>���������.  ,i...  :  ���    7,7'. ,.   ,..-^, '.*������������ ' y';_  ������t-r-  Afl  X ''     -   <_  Poge 8 , The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. November 8. 1967  SecheitSocials^  ���With Your Neighbours  MRS. J. A. 'Evans returned Thursday,  October 2nd from a six week holiday in  Ontario, where she visited a daughter, Mrs.  O. Miniato', her husband and family in  Oakville and a son, John Evans and family in Gault. Activities enjoyed by Mrs.  Evans were varied; she attended the races  at Woodbine, visited Niagara'Falls at night  and flew with her son Jack who has his  pilot's licence. Mrs. Evans flew from Vancouver to Toronto and returned by Canadian Pacific Railway. She spent three or  four days in Vancouver visiting friends  before returning to the Peninsula.  PLANS CHANGE  Mr. Alan Solnik and John Gibson who  were to have left by plane for England on  Sunday, October 29th, made a last minute  change in plans and now intend to journey  by train to Montreal and take a freighter  to Europe.  VISITING  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayne spent a few  days last week in Vancouver where they  stayed at the Grosvenor Hotel and visited  a number of friends.  SCHOOL  PARTIES  Mr. W. Reid, principal of Secheit Elementary School arranged a series of  "Halloween parties for the students on  October 31st. Activities began in the morning with kindergarten and junior grades,  continuing in the afternoon with grades  five to seven. Novelty games and peanut  scrambles were enjoyed by the students.  SMORGASBORD  Residents of Secheit and vicinity are  looking forward tb the Hospital Smorgas-  ' bord on November 18th. For those intending to wear, costume, the theme this year is  Canada's Centennial. Tickets go on sale  to members at the 2 p.m. meeting on  Thursday, November 9th. Remaining tickets will be sold to the general public on  Saturday, November 11th.- ,  BAZAAR  November 18th is also the date for the  annual bazaar of the Order of the Eastern  Star. It will be held from 2-4 p.m. in the  Activity Room of Gibsons Elementary  Schobr Ewrybiie is invited^tb attend.  NEW RESIDENTS  New families in the district include: Mr.  and Mrs. H. Aubin from Vancouver and  Mr.  and Mrs.  H.  Hank from Penticton.  ��� _ Both, families are building new homes in  Davis Bay.  OAPO TRIP  Members of tie OAPO enjoyed a day  in Vancouver on Thursday, November 2nd,  leaving at 7:30 sum. by chartered Secheit  Motor Transport bus. Members were free  to enjoy their time as they chose^sfiopping,  sight-seeing or going to a show. About  forty members jpartitipaled and thoroughly  ��,njoy^itlifi^a%_ianT Secheit  ..,4ti.9^p.nu.\.- y.   ���,.,,:.-,/':  REBEKAH MEET  Regular monthly meeting bf tiie Past  Noble Grands Club of Rebekah Lodge Sim-  shine No. 82,. was held at the home of  Sister Eileen Smith on Wednesday, November 1st  Present were: Mrs. Gladys Brown, District Deputy President; Mrs: Ruby Bfeese,  P.N.G.; Mrs. Emily Parsons, P.N.G. and  Mrs. Eileen Smith, Past .District: Deputy  President.  Business transacted was followed by a  delightful tea.  , Next meeting; Wednesday^ December  6th, will be held at the home of Sister Ruby  Breese where a Christmas Party will take  place. ���������''���' ' 'AyA.'.y.  GARDEN CLUB  A very enjoyable meeting of the Secheit  Garden Club was held at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. Gordon Potts with twenty-two  members present.  Following the business session, slides  were shown by Mr. Potts of many wonderful gardens which were toured last summer  in the Secheit area; slides of the gardens  at Stanley Park, Vancouver, and also  gardens to Las Vegas were; much appreciated.: ���'  :'-,   .''  Meetings arc now recessed for the  winter months, the next meeting will he  held in early February at the home of Mrs.  Wla Eidred. ~X'   ,���.. a-  ;>���*���������  wwiimi^w ���MFft* "i-ww  n ����*- **  _ _ _ / '    ? *$vP*?K Country Living  r~  Happenings Around Elphie       T  ���By Rob Boyes ond Marilyn Hopkieif  ON THURSDAY, at lunch hour, the Sports  Council picked the Cheerleaders for this  year. The girls are Pam Boyes, Karen  Stanley, Eileen Nestman, Karren Gibb,  Juanita Wray, Carol Olsen, Denise Quarry  and Brenda Bond.  On Friday our annual Sadie Hawkins  Day was held. Although there weren't any  exceptional costumes this year, the bells  worn on the feet or legs were really something else. When you walked down the  halls you could almost believe Christmas  was coming. The day was normal for  almost everyone dressed "grubby" with the  odd few poor sports. Even most of the  teachers, joined in.  Before, during lunch hours, and after  school, was open season for catching boys.  After Friday there could be a few more  track stars in our school. Some of those  guys were running  then, there were some  slow!" *I - wonder if they wanted to get  caught, maybe! A mixer was held at lunch  time where "Kangaroo Court" collected  fines from the people not abiding by the  rules. Admittance to the mixer was restricted to couples only. Nobody was  killed, but a couple of guys were shot  down! Th��e*'''W!��e"''aiiw"pe6ple carrying  extra loud "pop" guns who insisted on  having "show downs." A very successful  day ended up with everybody looking forward to the dance with the "Shockers."  At about nine o'clock the Sadie Hawkins  Dance commenced. There was a very  good turn out and the band was the best  yet. Everyone there seemed to enjoy themselves. On behalf of all the people who  attended we would like to convey a special  thanks to John Barnes and his staff who  did a-really.fabulous job of organizing our  first dance.   Mr.f and Mrs. Sadie Hawkins  for the day were Dave Ennis and Jtidi  Nygard, a very popular couple around the  school. It turned out that it was Dave's  birthday that night and Judi's two days  before so the band joined in with the audience in singing "Happy Birthday.". Congratulations Dave- and Judi! ' %  Next weekend, or in the near future,  the Junior Dance will be held. We hope  they will have as much fun as we did.  On the 25th of November, Ephie is  going to be host to a volley-ball tournament  and we hope to have lots of support for our  teams who came so close to winning up at  Powell River last year.  Isabel Dawson speaker  EW^E Pender Cor Cmeeting  NEXT meeting"'of the Pender Harbour and  District Chamber of Commerce will be  held on Tuesday, November 14th, at the  Pender Harbour Hotel,  Madeira Park.  Guest speaker for the evening will be  our local representative in the Provincial  Legislature, The Honourable Isabel - P.  Dawson,  Minister without Portfolio.  The meeting starts at 8 p.m. All members of the Chamber and anyone else interested are invited and urged to attend to  hear our local member and ask any questions they wish.  A dinner will be held prior to the meeting at 6:30 p.m. for Council ahd general  members of the Chamber. If you will be  at the dinner please contact the Secretary,  Mrs. Jo Benjafield (883-2336), by Sunday,  November 12th, ,so .that exact numbers may  be given to the hotel.  For overseas  Christinas mail den  announced bv Post  Centennial Library  Sechelt's Centennial Library will be  officially opened before Christmas  and work is well underway. Sechelt's  Centennial Chairman, Mrs.' Ada Dawe  and builder and designer Mr. Norm  Franklin check the plans in the shade  of a beautiful Dogwood tree which  fits so well into the Centennial  project.  Health Tips  Canadian Medical Assoc.  GALLSTONES  Gallstones are stones which are formed  from the bile salts in the gallbladder. Bile  is formed in the liver and stored in the  gallbladder. It passes from there by way  of a tube called the common duct into the  intestine, where it aids in the digestion of  food. The gallbladder is only a storage sac  for bile, and when it is removed, the 'bile  simply flows directly from the liver into  the instestines;  The Canadian Medical Associations advises that the patient who complains of  abdominal pain and indigestion after meals  may have gallstones. They are usually  detected by x-ray.  Gallstones may bepresent.\yithout causing ' any symptoms, but more commonly  they cause inflammation in the gallbladder.  The patient complains of pain and indigestion after meals. If one of the stones  escapes into the common duct between the  gallbladder and the instestine, it causes  very extreme pain. If the stone becomes  stuck in the tube, it will block the flow  of J>ile and the patient becomes jaundiced.  Cancer of the gallbladder, although not  common, is more likely to occur when  gallstones are present, the C.M.A. reports.  :y )^en gallstones are diagnosed, usually  by .x-fay, surgical removal of the gallbladder before complications develop is  often recommended, unless there is some  other health problem that makes it risky  for: the patient to have an operation.  DID' YOU try Thanksgiving on the day set  ' .for it? It makes- a^Thanksgiving worthier of,the name���and! can just hear you  asking���did you get to dotthe dishes?. Well,.  yes I d|d, ttianks to those four young men  ciming in from the. pelting rain-anjL setting  to like beavers, plufcking and cleaning  spine twenty ducks "till midnight. So what  with Nature's bounty around in mushropms  and, the, ducks, we managed to. maintain a  ���state bf open house Thanksgiving. Indeed,  I will always remember a1 young teen-ager  saying grace in our home���"Thank thee  Lord for a home where we always feel  welcome." May everyone feel that way";  ��   ��   ���  Mr. A.J.C. had a good column in the ?  Times, a few weeks past on A.R.D.A.  There was a meeting a year ago at Secheit  op the subject. With the lack of industry  in^ the Harbour, if we could pull together  ���in some form of mutual co-operation we  nuight profit from it as others have suggested before.  - *.*���������,���  Isn't it something to see the buses go  by with all the older folks enjoying their  trips. They have the privilege of their  government pensions to make treats possible.  The scenery around the Harbour is  beautiful this time of the year, the maple  clouds are drifting from the trees leaving  gpldehcrpwns on the stark.grey branches.  The S6g fish in Bargain Harbour and at  the head could be seen night and day this  past month.  . ���   * ,��  Rev. Jim Fergusson has been speaking'  on C.B.U.'s  "Daily Devotions," telling of  the recent young people's trip to Jamaica.  Quite amusing and good too.  ���   # -���  Roy Edwardson and Danny Wiley have  spent three weeks touring across Canada,  with ten days at Expo where they thoroughly enjoyed themselves and still reported line-iips, even as Expo ends.  ���'���*������  Mrs. Nevada Creel, a pioneer of 77  years who once lived on our property years  ago, made one of her return trips, accompanied by her daughter Eleanor and her  husband. She spent two nights of her stay  and a day fishing as guest pf Mrs. Helen  Edwardson and also stayed one day with  her friend Mrs. Martha Warnock.  She expressed the opinion-that she liked  the Harbour better in the old days. Still  with her old spirit of independence and  vitality, Mrs. Creel lives alone and works'  some one half acre of garden, but her  family live nearby. The visitors returned  to Idaho with three salmon and a  quart  and a half of oysters in a freezer chest.  * *   *  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edwardson have  been visiting their son Bob and his wife at  Pitt Lake.  ��� ���   ���  It is cheering news to hear from Mrs  .''".__ ���by A.J.C.I  a *  I ;  Webb thaf son, Roddy is back at ^vork;' the  - skill, and  determination   of   the " docto'rs  helped in his, successful recovery.  *   *   *   *  ���A large crowd enjoyed the splendid  supper provided by the ladies of the Pender  Harbour Hospital Auxiliary. We do admire  the work done by these ladies. \   ^4_  twiliightThe&tre  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886.2827  Wed. 8, Thur. 9, Fri. 10 at 8 p.m.  % M     (till Bl  I  ^T��f��5fAA  !''AMi:R!��N.iN![i?NAl!ONAl*  ***  '.G'QiEQR]  ALDO RAY - MIMSY FARMER  ADULT  The most shocking film-of our generation,  .  y A, ADULT    .,, .���   ,  - Sat., 11 at 2 and 8 p.m.  Mon. 13 and Tue. 14 at 8 p.m.  AMinister to colleague as the gaze out  church door at pouring rain: "Once more  .the' golfers have been delivered unto us."  Sunday Morning  Service 9:45 a.m.  ........ ....... . .... ������ .- . ,; . -a 'tit---- '  REPLACING THE EVENING  7:30 P.M. SERVICE  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Pork Road, Gibsons, B.C.  m  M4\^Mtil^BCHHiCOLpW!  <j  a.  NEXT WEEK:��*  THUNDER ALLY -  SHAGGY. DOG  AND  ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR.  FOR DISNEY SHOWS ONLY  CHILDREN 50c y  Other Prices Unchanged  THE CANADA Post Office today issued a  reminder to postal patrons of the deadline dates for overseas Christmas mailings,  1967. Dates in the first brackets are for  surface letters/ and parcels, arid in the  second brackets for air letters and parcels:  Britain (Nov. 29, Nov. 21), (Dec. 14,  Dec. 9).  European Continent (Nov.' 17, Oct. 23),  (Dec.  11, Dec. 8).        .  Republic of South Africa (Oct. 29, Oct:'  20), (Dec. 11, Dec. 7).  India and Pakistan (Oct,  17, Oct. 13),  (Oct.   21,  (Dec. 11, Dec. 7).,  Other  Trans-Atlantic   Places  Oct. 6), (Dec. 8, Dec. 6).  Central, South America,and West Indies,  (Nov. 12, Nov. 3), (Dec. 12, Dec. 8).  Australia  and  New  Zealand   (Oct. ,31,  Oct. 23), (Dec. 12, ,Dec. 9).  A  Japan'and Kong Kong (Nov. 13, Nov. 4),  (Dec. 11, Dec. 7).       \  Other  Trans-Pacific   Places   (Oct.   14,  Oct. 6), (Dec. 9, Dec. 7),  'Postal  patrons  are encouraged  to .observe  these  deadline   dates  In  order   to  speed delivery of Christmas mail.  ,���!����.���  'V77.  ������v .',1  >*��� M'U��.W*W^*^i��t>Mwfc#*wwwt^^  J" ''  '' i ���  , i ��...  ...a..-  STEREO -  STEREO  -  STEREO  THE FINEST SELECTION IN THE AREA  6 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM  ��� %ws^*W+ia��W^iy'*��'��^Tt"*^  SMiW'��*n��OT��^i����iMW^����*^'<*����tWa  \z  SO delightful anytime!  SOS  ass:  i  TV's'"���;������ TV's'.'.-. TV's  DEALER FOR  ZENITH - PHILIPS *..R.C.A. - FLEETWOOD  PETTER THAN CITY:PRICES  NEVEN'S RADIO  & T.V. SERVICE  Thl* advertisement ll not publi.hed <*r displaced  fay the liquor Control Dourd or l>y tlio Covtrnment  ���tout*. ��(f *mi*im ��*<|i����fai-> ��.�������(-!*����  cf British Columii  GIBSONS  ix  >l ��('i  The  Centennial Cultural Fund  Advisory Committee  ..A.    requests ���', :  Applications from Organizations of a  lion-t^  Arts And Culture in British Columbia  Application forma and information aro available by writing Un  M^^S>l^^sl|*����^M^i*iB��4^w*n  CENTENNIAL CULTURAL FUND  ADVISORY COMMITTEE, a  PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS,  VICTORIA, B.C.  ft��t**ftBSfefl*��lW^lSi%��wWri|(��  s��*��^(*^wrt-*.M^***��f��,'i^#4i*��iswtW -^��**^swi^(*w��i*r��*��l*ttt^��a(B����S*  Ck>mplotc4 nppJicaUonfl aro to bo submitted for conaidoration  by tho Committco by Novombor 30,1967.  ���W af^-ife$*'����':��fl*fc-,lj^��-.'!!W  I '..    , 'A .   .     :, ���   ,  f he-event you���-  ���wtJtt^fy^Mirl^W**^''r**-* ",t*'b8|  have waited for  'V  pip*  i A i       ' ''      i  Feel free to browse around - We have a fabulous selection of fine toys available.  ��� 1 K it '.  ^t^ft^i44��^��'hPi'>*tu^i-t��i^^ ��m?***��n��  M|*    'I    '. r   | I, ���     ,       l|  , i it n4 ��� > \  4ii* >,%i\&lii*'**tti{i,i> !���'��� *; ��>* i  ">'   I J."   *  i. .. 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