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The Peninsula Times Nov 29, 1967

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The rfact tliat people are' using the  dump is a $tep in the right direction, observed director Wolverton and! it' was'ag*  reed to send equipment to clear the site.  There appears to be confusion on the  WEPNESt*Av;*NOyv2yt967  Volume 4/No.'{52 IQc  -    CJT  Education still desires, that recreation becomes a function of tiie Regional District.  Director Feeney Phserved that this will  give the Regional Board time to think a-  bout the matter and perliaps a committee  part of the public regarding the new gar-   should be setupnext year to lool$ into it.  bage collection by-law, reported chairman   OPFlf.    '._.-  Watson; some people believe that they will    ��F���oy**n a reCent meeting .witti a  representative of the School Board, director  Prank'West stated that the School Board  is already committed" regarding the site  and nothing came out of the meeting. Sharing quarters would be a tremendous saving to the taxpayer but if the School Board  does not want it, the Regional Board cannot force it. The matter was tabled until  the next February meeting.  be assessed according to the value of their  property. The actual charge will be somewhere in the region of $1.50 per month for  a collection of one can of garbage per  week.  RECREATION  As a stop-gap measure, it /appears the  Community Programes Branch of the Department of Education is prepared to fin-  flifr and run charge  Four month jail sentence  netted by impaired driver  STOPPED by police near Secret Cove  following complaint of hit and run at  the Garden Bay Hotel. Basil Joie of Secheit  was found to be impaired and subsequently  charged with-two offences.  ' Appearing before Magistrate Charles  Mittelsjteadt last week he entered a plea  of guilty to both charges after telling the  court he had met a friend with whom, he  had been drinking beer. It was stated in  court that Joe-had two previous convictions  for driving wthduta licence arid had also  been -charged with assault by a local resident. He said he was- unemployed and presently on welfare.  Fined $250 or in default sixty days in  Oakalla on*thei impaired driving charge and  ��200 or' sixty days for hit and run, he  elected to serve the jail terms, having insufficient funds to pay the fines. The magistrate-told'him he would be recommended  for the Alou'ette Alcoholic Foundation, a  branch- of Oakalla at which he will receive  special treatment.  " '<-;-'*'-"*i::-^���-���5"*''*-  Despite an attempt by his lawyer to  prove bis innocence, George Frederick  Schroeder of Secheit was found guilty of  operating a motor vehicle without due care  and attention, the charge followed an incident last Graduation night near Elphinstone High School when Schroeder w,as  alleged to have*struck a sign'and power  told the court he understood Thomas is  already on probation in Ontario. Sentence  was therefore suspended pending a presentence report. - ',  Donald Roy Klasson was fined $300 on  conviction of a charge qf hit and run following an incident some months ago in whk  his auto struck another car parked at the  Pender Harbour Hotel and drove away.  Three Gibsons men faced charges under  the Log Salvage Act. Richard Earnest  Hammond and Robert Henry Hammond  were each fined $100 on each of two charges  and Henry Smith $100 on one charge.  <��>  -<����  *��� ��s  >. *���  ����*.���� .a*  Christmas dinner set  for Branch 96 %P0  ARRANGEMENTS are well in band for the .  Christmas Dinner of' BrabbH '9��, OAPO  at the* Legion Hart, Secnelt 1oiOThursday,  December 7th at 1 p.m. A special.program  of entertainment is being arranged by Mrs.-  Hazel Evans.  Any members who wish to attend and  have not yet made reservations, should  telephone Mrs. Wm. McGregor immediately  at 885-2819. Anybody requiring t^ansporta-  ation should advise Mr. Harry Hill before  the day of the dinner. *,   >     >���  John Dunlop returns  recovering quietly  TIMES columnist, John .Dunlop of Egmont  is,reported to have arrived home following an operation in Vancouver which,, in  turn was followed bv a rest with relatives  with Nanaimo.  Mr. Dunlop is still somewhat weak from  his .experience with the doctors" but ^recovering quietly. We join his * numerous  well-wishers in extending our sincere regards , and look forward > to hearing from.  him again soon.  ii  A Negotiation  Secheit Indian Band Council is presU Clarence .Joe Sr.,.MrASandy Fisher  holding: irripoftant discussions;! and Mr. John Humphries (represent-  wiffiB:A.;;OU Company represents^ atives of B.A.yCJillHEo.) aid Mr. Dave  tivesv which mdy have tremendoust Lawrence.   Seatfed:- Councillors Mrs.  impact on th4 economy of the wnote'1 Sarah Paul, Mf. Clarence Joe Jr.,  area,   fic^ried standing from left:*- Chief,  Teddy Jbe and Mr. George  Mr, A. iAppleby^ Indian Affairs; Mn. Gallagher, Dept. Indian Affairs.  Frank: Rivers, Mr. Bill Parsons, Mr,  Under discussion . . .  Gibsons Village  Signed statement required  for advance poll electors  f*-  December 5th  ROLLER skating starts December fifth and  will   herald   a   welcome   pastime   for  youngsters and adults alike in the Gibsons  jimS Although if H  to Gibsons,  One of the instigators of the project,  Mr. Jack Warne, told the Times, the first  session will be in Elphinstone High School  auditorium commencing at 8:30 p.m, for a  two hour period. Next' period will be Satr  urday, December 9th, in the same location  frontV2 to 4p.  A charge of $1.25 .will be made to adults  Oil Company makes of f er on  breakwater foreshore rights  AN ADyANPCE Poll at Gibsoiis will permit  voters'who expect to be out! of the area  on the official polling day. to vote the day  previously be%een-the^hpurs^oiK2,?p.m.-rtO  8 p.m. Official polling takes.place at the  Municipal Hall Saturday, ��� December ' 9th,  from 8 a.m. -to 8*p.m. Advance poll will  be at. the same place on Friday j  Clerfc, *Dave  Johnston, ���. told.. council - at  last regular meeting that "thpife' taking ad-  much had been gained, in fact the- equipment was little better than the /Gibsons  Department had. "They are still using* the  5 old��itypefe: hose whereas Gibsons* has the  latest 'Snakeskin'. This is a hose which  does not have to be dried out and may be  rolled, up immediately following use,"_ he  explained. However, he added that a few  tips.had been picked-up.        .    ,    ,  A' local resident complained ,that bad  PROVIDING marina facilities in Sechelt's    the Company to lease foreshore rights rifcar  Harbour of Refuge, is a big opportunity f the new breakwater.  which you shouki-grab and develop-your-  selves, said Mr. Frank Rivers when he was  invited to speak at' last Thursday's meeting  of the Secheit Indian Band.  Mr. Riyersis a member of the Squamish-  Band   Council   which   operates'  Mosquito,  Creek Marina\|alfe; open  meeting whifch:  hel^ in ^|t��^.t; Reserve Hall wes^fit-f  'Chairing the meeting, Mr. George Gallagher from the Department of- Indian  Affairs, referred to" a" letter from iae' Company offering to provide services, once  floats or a dock is put in. The Company  only wanted the foreshore_if a marina  could be developed and * offered $700 per  annum for the site on a l��n% term lease,  pole   near   the,, local   theatre.    He   was  charged following subsequent investigation   forif^<^^lia��e,s��. 75c for students and 50c    was  ,  ^ ,   . . ......  Appearing for the prosecution; one wit-    a non-1��'OfR organizationr^i��a "charges are    Company; officials^frdth the Departme1it'rof    ���   Mrr Clarence * Joe "Sr., - stated  vaiikage^ causing excess^water .around  ed to produce k sighed statement tp. tbe, *"" ^        " ^       1  ~~* ��----���  effect that they do not expect to be available.; ./.       ...'������'���"   v\...'A   ��� .A   I   7 ���,,..  ..: Final reading was given the 'change of  name' By-law'which if approved duiirig?'the  coming. Municipal elections wiUehange* the  V i^me o|."^^ratipn o^ffi^  to siinply "Village of "Gibsons." Comm.  Fred Feeney and Comm:--Wally������-Peterson  -e^reisslttstiiE^p^itiiat' a -nU01)er\:c^~.r^icl��*V  his home on Dougal and'Trueman ,Road.  He suggested that ditchirig'the area would  eliminate the problem.!!  .' Comm. Feeney, said the previous owner  of the property hid lived there for .a-number of:'years and v had" never complained.  Comm: Peterson Agreed and said thaVthe  problefiivs could easily be overcome* by' the  resident, himself by digging a small ditch.  Jt^wa#therefore moved   the   matter -be  hess said she saw the'car Involved "peeling" away after it had fishtailed down the  highway shortly before striking the sign,  Another witness referred to hearing "burning rubber" followed shortly afterwards by  a crash. He identified Schroeder as the  driver of the car which he noticed stopped  out in the road following the crash.  \Vhen found guilty as charged, defence  counsel pleaded for leniency, stating  Schroeder now realized that his 500 h.p.  automobile is too powerful for local roads,  also that, he requires transportation for  work.  He was fined $100 and given' a driving  suspension of. six months,  .;, Total of five charges were laid against  an eighteen year old youth which included  offences of no insurance, no driver's licence, and no registration, faulty muffler  and unlawful operation of a motor vehicle,  George Robert Alan Thomas, residing at  West Secheit, pleaded guilty to the charges  but argued that hc had come here fron\  Ontario where such an exhaust system is  legal, also he does in fact have a driver's  licence which he had left behind in Ontario.  He said no harm has actually been done  by his operating the car for there was no  question pf speeding Involved.  It, was revealed in court that a number  of complaints had been received by the  RCMP- regarding the nuto and that although  police had Instructed Thomas to rectify tho  faults he failed to do so. When stopped  again he was Instructed not to drive tho  car but told police officers ho would not  stop driving it, he would however get It  put right. Despite a warning not to operate  tho Vehicle, subsequent complaints Indicated the warning had boon Ignored.  Probation officer Mr. M, Kuchcnmullcr  to help pay  expenses which include purchase of skates, etc.  Indian - Affairs ,ahd members of-the Secheit  Indian Band, to discuss an application from  Major advance  Irefflkwstta opening event  loresees bio future  OFFICIAL opening- of; the Secheit breakwater was a little delayed last Friday  but a few Peninsula residents who turned  up at 4 p.m. last Friday remained until  4:30 p^m. for Coast Capilano M.P. Jack  Davis to carry out the ribbon cutting ceremony.  Mr. Davis, who arrived directly from  Ottawa, had left the Capital City at 3 a.m.  Eastern, time, and experienced some delay  en, route, He was met in Secheit by. members of the Chamber of Commerce including Breakwater committee chairman, Norm  Watson and was hosted at the Cosy Court  Motel, Secheit, where he was able to take  a brief respite prior to the opening event.  Mr; Pavis told tho small crowd that ho  has awaited the occasion for some years  and while others before him have worked  toward establishment of the harbour of  refuge, he feels extremely honoured to have  assisted In bringing It to reality. Ho said  that while U Is constructed as a harbour  of refuge, future expansion will depend  upon use and demand for extension, This,  ho .suggested would depend upon private  ahd local Interests developing floats and  marina facilities,   Visualising a big future  for the project, Mr. Davis pointed out that  the Indian Band owns upland rights and  suggested close co-operation be established  between them and local authorities; .  Commenting on the efforts of those who  in the past have worked so hard for a  breakwater, Mr. Davis said, many have  put In a great deal of time and endeavor  to bring it about but, he said, much credit'  must go to Norrn Watson who helped prepare such an impressive brief which,played  a major part in gaining necessary support  from the Department of Public Works.  ,'' Also speaking at the ceremony Was  Chamber of Commerce Chairman, John  Hayes and Clarence J[oe representing the  Indian Band, Earlier; Mr. Joe told the  member for Coast Capilano that an agreement has been .tentatively reached with  the B.A. Oil Company which had agreed to <  lease the upland area. Tho Company has  also agreed to loan the Indian Band sufficient capital to build floats and facilities  which It would then lease from the Indians,  This In effect would moan a good deal for  the Hnnd in that tho lease revenue would  pay back the loan,   .     '  Mr, Joo also sold that duo to Inability  to obtain work locally, many Indians aro  now returning to fishing, ho thoreforo fools  tho breakwater will fulfill a very useful  purposo in providing (?afo anchprago.  Following tho'oponlnR'coromonyrthlrteciv*  members of tho fifty odd,strong Chamber,  showed sufficient Interest to attend iv  dinner at Olo's Covo Resort at which Mr,  Davis and his wife Margaret were guostn  of honour, '  Eastern Star bazaar  "' "'     V"   ' '��� ''   ' '' 1  reported successful  MOUNT ICIphlnstono Chnptor No, 05, Order,  of tho EftHtorn Star, held a most gratifying bazaar on Saturday, November-iBth,  Guests woro welcomed Into tho Gibsons  Elementary School Hall by Sue O'SjlK'h,  who put everyone In a happy mood for tho  ~aftQrnoon!a��-fo��tiyHl��iir~--~~^^  In hor opening r��markn, Grand Chaplain Mrs, Zoo Rados.reminded guonttt.nnd,  moinbors of tho Hcholarnhlp awardt,, hon��  pltnl support and tho hlRgent undertaking  Indian Band had allocated'the rpck^pdintv' "teresting:!  at Selma Park for. a breakwater in 1949  and mentioned that the!Band,yCouncU?had  never been invited ;fo- the-BreaJcwater Committee meetings but now that floats are  wanted, "they come to the''jndian."    ,  Mr. Gallagher informed the, meeting that  the Band had only been involved in the  project by receiving .proper, epmpensatfdh  for the rock used for the breakwater,.which :  belongs to the Department of Public Works.  In his address; ,VMr. Frank Rivers told  the Indian Band that development of a  marina is a .money-maker and would provide employment, as the boating industry  is big business. Referring to the Mosquito  Creek operation, he stated that during the  war, it was leased to the Harbours Board  and' had become run-down. On its return  to the Indian Band, the wharves had been  renewed and ,now there is a 500 ft. main  dock with fourteen fingers of 60 ft, and  30 ft. lengths. One hundred and seventy  boats are moored there, the average length  being 30 ft. He advised the Secheit Band  to build floats/recommending the fibre-  glass type which, resist teredos and are  guaranteed for ton years. He felt the band  should seek help from the government.  Representing the B.A. Oil Company, Mr.  Sandy Fraser, District Sales Representative, agreed with Mr. River's comments,  stating that ho believed the Company woyilA  be able to finance the floats an<l Instill  equipment.  Mr, Dave Lawrence who Is also Inter*  estcd In tho development, stated that he  Hnow.s the' tug boats would bo only too  willing to refuel at Secholt if facilities were  available, *  Mr, Clarence Joo Sr,, speaking for tho  Secholt Indian Band, stated that the matter  would bo further discussed at a full Council  meeting, but the Band favoured the lease  which may possibly bo open for ro-negotln-  tion, every five yoars.  *,,r-Tho'*Bnnd"wHl*send-,n'"iottcr**to*the*Dc  parimont of Transport requesting Inform-  ntloh regarding the building of floats |n  tho harbour.  ; Municijpal^ffairs, ^resent^:^nVfeyer-'chang-  ing scene" and although "a; fully qualified  JMunicipial Administrator, Clerk Dave Johnston indicated ;his desire to Ueep a^re^st of  the times by; requesting[permission to. attend the .quarterly Lo^erMaiidand Municipal .Officers Association meeting held  last Thursday at Richmond; : Council fully  approved the; request: agreeing it! was, good  that Mr. Johnston is sufficiently interested  to keep in touch. 7A  , Letter from School % District 44, North  Vancouver, was received stating that a  meeting regarding establishment on the  North Shore of a Regional College is to be  held Wednesday, November 22nd at 6:15  p.m. As council has a. representative to  the committee, it was asked that he attend.'  Chairman Wes Hodgson stated he would  attend together with the clerk.  Reporting on a visit by the Gibsons  Volunteer Firemen to visit fire departments  in Vancouver, Comm. Feenoy said not too  askedVthat consideration be given erection  Ojf a light at the foot; of-the road. 'It was  agreed,;such a light"is needed and "will"be  included with other lighting projects in the  new budget. e  Application by the Salvation Army for  a $50 donation was discussed and finally  left over for further consideration during  discussion on the provisional budget. Council has previously, made a grant of $25.-  AU^ouSh he has not yet purchased the  homes or lots, Mr. Dodyk��� told council he  is thinking . of. bringing two homes in to  lots on Glassford Road from Port Mellon,  before committing himself he asked for  council's views.  .The Chairman suggested the applicant  be advised that the Building Inspector would  have to inspect and approve the homes  first, at the applicant's expense. Comm.  Feeney pointed out that this is normal  procedure but added that it is usual to  have the building chairman, Comm. Drum-  mong, appraise1'the homes also. It was so  moved, both inspect the properties.  ifl  Province wide  New stringent regulations  regarding sewage disposal  MORE) strlhgent regulations regarding  sewage disposal, approved by Order in  Council on August 24th of this year, were  discussed at tho Regional Board meeting  held last, Friday,  Responsibility for application of the  regulations comes undor the jurisdiction of  tho Medical Health Officer who has written  tho Board requesting that tho building inspector carry out inspections, It Is now  necessary to apply for Inspection of any  slto*before*'constructton"of"a-scptlc'*ti\nK,'bo*  commenced. Also when tho sowago system  is completed U must bo loft open for further, Inspection before on approval form bo  Prefers shacks  Indian Bund wot speak  iunores Beaional Distiic  SBCHffiL/r. Indian  Band' Council  will  not  roply to loiters sent by  tho  Regional  ,Jloardr~.statod... Secretary.* Charles.,, Gooding-  at last Friday's mooting of tho Board,  A letter to the Board from the Department of Indian Affairs, advised negotiation  with Iho Socholt Indian Band In connoctlon  withA-ohing bylaws which'would give tho  of the canco^dressln��sriwhlclv.U^-Chaptor.%.R  Opposition Loader VUlti  lliiiof visit wna pnkl to Socholt lpst   in Vnncouvor ond ia accompanied by  Sunday   bv   NDP   lender   Tommy, Hartley Dent, NDP candidate for the  Douglas vyho dropped into the Times   Coast  Chilcotin  Federal  Riding  in  oU\ca���mhte^)mv^  mccting-in-'l^vvcll-HlVerr-He-is acen"wfecls*,coulr|~be"Jn-,tho-TOrtoo*t11stai.t"  about to leave for anothor mooting   future, '  ni��lntalns._>Sh(!_('sjke(|jhnLflWP��-��-i��n.vli��l��  materials which can bo used for dressing*,  to contact any of lho members.  Tho door .prime w��n- won by Mrs,M.  Trueman of Gibsons; grocery hampers woro  won byi Mrs.,.land, Hilton, Gibsons; Mrs",  Telford, Gibsons; Mrs. Holly Davidson,  Roberts Creek nnd Mrs. /.00 Kndoa, Roberts Crook, Mrs, Irmlno..Ramsay of Fran-  pis Peninsula won tho cake and raffle  winners, were: Miss,. K.. BvcU, .Lan&liUc,  (loll and bed; Mrs,.L.JUclUcr., Scchclt. ti'H.  ho I; Mrs. Jsobel (loolch'up, Vendor Ilarb.'ui',  MctiiroJ  standard -building*.,- The letter further stated  that It Is tho Indian Rand's feeling that If  tho zoning bylaws woro applied on rosorvo  proportion, thoy would nerlously affect the  Rand's leasing agreements with non-Indian  ' tenants.  In somo areas of tho Province,, Indian  Rosorvos are Included In .Municipal organizations hut only after agreement has boon  roaehod. This gives tho municipality power  ���to. t*x the lufcachoM lntere*t of the m\\  percentage of tho taxes levied, ,  Mr, Gooding stated that two letters hud  .boen.sont,to,thcSccholLlndlan Band Invlt-...  Ing roiiresontutlon on tho Planning Committee but there had been no reply.  The Band had also not'replied to letters  concerning tho use of tho road to the now  garbngo dump but a 'phono call bad boon  - received'rrom ^lrrctnronce'Toosrrrstnttnr  ��*���lhat-the*'roBd*wo\dd��havo-.to-bo���''Clo��cdrww*,-���,  Directors deckU'd to wrlto Department  of Indian Affairs, stating that tho Board  can get nowhere with tho Band although  overtures had  boon  mode.   It was   also-  decided  to  sock alternate  access  to  tho  garbage dump. /  Commenting on tho , situation, Director  Eric Prlttlo stated that ho understands tho  Socholt Rand Council had a meeting and  Issued.  Director Frank West stated that the  Board should fully co-opcrato in a problem  which may be the Reglpnal District's In the  future. Chairman Norm Watson agreed but  felt that the Board should not have to pay  for the extra work Involved which may  require the Board hiring additional help.  Plrpctor Wolverton felt that the Board  should make known Its concern over the  lack of funds to provide adequate staff for  -Proyinclal-Departmentsr-H-seems*tharthe  ' new regulations will entail more work  , than tho sanitary Inspector can cope, with,  Secretary Gooding commented thnt  there Is more troublo involved with septic  tanks than building and if the Regional  District becomes too Involved extra holp  will bo required, At the moment tho Reg.  lonal District Office Is acting as'an agency,  referring any difficulties to * tho "sanitary  inspector.  Directors finally agreed to reply to tho  Medical Health Officer's request, stating  that thoy wish to co-opcrato but Mr,, Roy��  ' burn Is a building inspector not a sanitary  inspector, further tho Board 'wqiild appreciate, negotiations to settle finances on 11  cost sharing basis,    ,  k,i.���.Thola.lnew,-.rogulatlon��_ai>ply-��.throughout  British ' Columbia and as Director ' West  pointed out, many of tho existing septic  tanks are a scandal and If the provincial  Government had not clamped down on tho  situation, tho Board would lii'vo to.  ^**Thr"Bpard*"np^  Bylaw No,-13 to repeal * Sewage -Disposal-  Bylavv No. 8, ,. '  Now .regulations are available at tho  Regional District Office and nt��t�� among  other things that a septic tank shall not bo  located, loss than IM) ft; from ft .wirco pf  potable wator; not loss than 3 ft. from a  parcel boundary and not loss than 3 ft.  from n building.  Any person who violates tho regulations  U liable.to a pcnAUy.up to,$100 and Jo a,,.  oxceedlng }\0 per day,.,  -��i*AKiM^��^iWsS*i''a>i(i:jH"��J^'��*  'B��,i��tt4.H(Wi��-i*  turned. IU*����� Regional District, down flat, on  Indian.   Unless, .specific���so)rvlccs.nvo���mndo..���,oYorythlng���It :su,ms..,tho.���maiorUy,,.oi:. the further, penalty���|jul        ^ ,.    .    ..,  available to lho Indian tyind, It was sug*    Band want nothing to do wl^h tho Wblto    for  each d*��y ��f�� summary  convicUon��  Jfcuied tho Band would lnnlst on receiving it    mam during which tho violation conUmtofl  ��� ��� ���    ���" ���   *   "  ',\    ,'���-" ��� ���  - '    '      ��� 'i  ��� n\  rti4<**llvJ   ���*.*   Hh.**J  /*   *t  a tr  .a fi,  �� if^\t^fxx^.
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SMALL   black   female   kitten.
"Please    claim    by    phoning
Mrs. G.  Prost. 885-9657 eves.
•' ' 'J
HANDYMAN,   cabinet   maker,
will do odd jobs; Reasonable.
Ph. 886-9902. 766-tfn
HOUSE painting and decorating. Professional work done
promptly. Dick Blakeman. Ph.
886-2381, Henry Rd., RR ■ 1,
Gibsons. 767-tfn
SEWING, dressmaking or patching.   Call   Sandi   Joe.   885-
9509. ' 1162-51
A-oil tifcat, dble.1carport. Lovely    x.-al.   $i »50 -Phone 883-?24a v „...-,
l^dsc^ed,::y^^whh"'iMtid.    V I™ if A    ^40-52   "washers wjth writer $14.95 *ip   The Pender  Harbour Garbage
Sale b£ owner,' Vphone evenings ■
"88^^782* of'"vyritelBox 470 c:o
• PSmnSuia' Tim'es, Box 38l, Seehelt, a.B.C. ■;..        469-tfn
        3f ' to $49^95; «used upright Vacuum    Disposal Special Service Area
'54   FORD   sedan.   Best  offer,   'cleanets $14^95; usecffloor pol- y    By-law^ 1967 ...
r\r%*4.  nn4n ' "*_    ».L..Pli_ *     '_.!_.     _1      A** *?*'**K*yi     YllA^tiVifr«l*£-i-f*OA *   -McVn * "* *~
-978^2 ' ishef $15:&5; We£tihgh6u5e' rot
sting .oven, $14.95:..Bed,,Jounce,
Phone   885-
886-2166  arid 88fe-2248
5 acres, some slope to south,
small cabin, ample local water;
hydro installed. $5,000 terms.
$4,500 cash. Blacktop road.
Excellent three-suite block,
full tenancy, $10,000 down^-a
fine investment.
$7000 down and good terms on
balance for a good view home
on fenced lot, with drive; 2
bedrooms, 15x18 ft. living room
on main floor, 2 bedrms and
other facilities in full basement.
Good consideration for cash.
CLOSING   out' Vancrfiivter^cUr   good condition," meaV for exfra
lot  27 cars—$35,000—easy fi-    bed $73.95..Parker's Hardware,
nancing    arrangement*   made,    secheit, B.C. Phone 885-2W1.
1962 Cadillac $1,295; >57 #odge <                   '   '      - " X   li99-tfn
2 dr. HT,' V8,  $225;   '55 vFord   J ' '■ * '  " '    *   "'
sedan, V8, $175.'.Will payvcash - ONE large oil ratnge.'hot'water
for any car or Jruck. L/KeUy,       coil. One large space* Kfe'ater.
883-2502.     ,  *   *•   , lV$-&   One   Thor^ 40r electric, range,
A.v_,.,   .—:—"——r 7—:-~   double Oven." 5f elements!! One
(1S_5__X " A 4IS- -*^^'>^i*Alte
$350.   Phone .883-2502.   ^ 1187*v§4
efemen\s. pne
^      r    ^ie.for 'furnace,, factory  oyernajil^ P,h,One
886-2861'feves.; SW-^l.Mays.1
WANTED to buy, 8-10"ft." glass
boat  Any condition. Must be
cheap. 885-9561. 11^8-54
_*  Ji **v
Subscription Rates—
By mail, Peninsula area ..$5.00 yr,
By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.
By mail, special citizens Vz price
By carrier _ 	
teacher   * ..w...   ww«
29 acres* land, with waterfront,
lovely sheltered moorage, $17,-
800,Vterms^;jwo bedroom country fipme, o^linost 2 acres level landj qiiite close to sea and
'^month    Phone Mrs.VNaida .Wilson     ViUage:  $3,000.,down will han-
50c month m*_ -**»'ii.'«.':  *• :AjM > £s#      Hip '        "
Janet, a son David Neale,
born_Noyember_20, 1967, 8 lbs.,
14 ozs.," at" St" Mary's Hospital,
Secheit, B.C. A brother for
Jill. 1192-52
HOPE — On Nov. 20, 1967,
James Andrew Hope in his
71st year, of Hopkins Landing.
Survived by his Joying wife
Gertrude and daughter "Gloria
of Hopkins Landing 1 son and
3 daughters in Vancouver; Also
I brother, 3 sisters and 15
grandchildren. Mr. Hope was
a member of the Amalgamated
Transit Union No. 101. Funeral
service was held Thursday,
Nov. 23^ at 1:30 p.m. from the
Famil^^Cfiaper of^the'H^ey
Funeral Home. Rev. aM. Cameron officiating. Interment Seaview Cemetery. 1190-52
ADDISONM>n   Nov.   20,   1967,
Jane  Gordon Addison,  aged
jeiyeatB, of Gibsons, B.C., for-
merly^ Survived
;by ijlaugihters, Mrs.. Ruth VA1-
Jan, ..North .Vancouver; Mrs. Ir-
jene Docker, Calgaiy; Sirs.. Dorothy VVHgjma; '^Pr^cV'''-.Gejprge;
■■■Mrs;'yRonli^^6^e^'J&^bM   2
885-9746T* wfife:
Box 390, ,Se£helt,, B.C:
Roberts Creek   r   »7
Salol  Pickers Wanted
Huck 32c Bunch
Salal 30c Bunch
SPECIAL for sale. Large" E^sy-
Read     Typewriter.  r Almost"
new. Cost.over^dO, JNdwC~l§W5.
Phone  885-9654.   .        fr-10i^t|n
—;^ r-^—. ,   ■      j'w'-*
USED power saws for' sale. All
makes and sizes. Chain-Saw
Centre, Secheit/ 885*9626; "**"?
Good    buys - on   acreage   and    SILVER Skagit Shake"& Shin-
Contact plant before picking.
Located   at   Roberts   Creek,
across street from store. ,
Phone 886-2633
waterfront, businesses and revenue  properties.
E. McMynn 886-2500
DoWortman 886-2393
J. Warn ,886-2681
A..a. JBbx238;.-.Gibsons,. B.C.
fence features this landscaped
100' waterfront property. A
large family home guards the
gle. Local sales:  Phone '886*
9697 or 886:20S7.
2   WHITE   Uniforms   for   dny
-use.    Almost   new.    Usfed'*3
weeks.    Phone  885-2893.
GOOD  local  Ladner hay  for
sale, $1 per bale delivered.
Phone $46-6568. * 9fJ46-tfjl
Form No. 18
'Sectioh 82)
Notice o  Intention to Apply to
Lea^e Land
In Land Recbtdihg District
of Vancouver and situate Secret Cpye, B.£.Ai;,rii- ;^? ,,.,
Take* iiOticeV-that Peninsula
Hotel Ltd of Box 374,. Gibsons,
B.C.,   occupation  Jlotel .Oper-
,   **    >        .        ,   i-.-ilS  - .I'll:-   Z V"vtft,'f>.«
ator intends to apply for a
lease of the following described landa: , r „_ -.
Commencing at a post planted approximately 10 feet from
0. P. Rock 'tB", Ng corner
Block  "V',  Pi§Uiitt JLot" 6^53,
1. Bylaw No* 9 is a Bylaw to
establish a special service
.area, for the purpose ,of in-
' Itiating a „ garbage collection
arid disposal service.
2. The are*:if^r^#-*ia^t^;d|'%nd
is entirely \Vithih the boundaries of Electoral Area "A".
3. The. Bylaw .will ■ -authorize,
the Regional iiistrictytii !pro-
vide   a   garbage, co,Uection
. • servi'^ ^d [recover t$e!^ost
• >i. from land "an& improvements
'benefitting from the service.
;4. The ^assent of th,e o\v;ner-.
electors,in that area of Electoral Area "A" to be, covered sby _the service shall be
determined before theyadop-
- 'tion of ttie bylaw.
" Take notice that the above
is -a synopsis of a* bylaw that
may be inspected at the Regional' District Office, Whittaker
Block, Davis Bay during normal Qffice hours; at Secheit
Police Office, and on polling
day, at all relevant polling
This synopsis is not intended
to be, and is not deemed to be
an interpretation of the byaw.
Take notice that the above
is a synopsis of a proposed Bylaw upon which the vote of the
Owner-Electors, in that area of
Electoral Area "A" to be covered by the service, .wpl be
taken at Madeira Park School
DISTRICT , ■; ■      ,    -
*• «..' *wv< y>
The .West Ho\ve, Sound Garage
Disposal, Service^A^ea By-Law
*A.   .v%'..^9Fj« «■ ^v,  *. *
,t I        *' l.-Jlfl'V    V'\    Alt^i     ,    I"    *
1. Bylaw Nov 11 is a Bylaw to
establish a! ^special service
area for. the'"purpose of initiating "a;garbage ^bflection
and disposal''serviced "'" '
* *    > *. * - ', r >  , f
- 2.--.,;The^a^e^fpp^s|.g^^%^nd,
. '!i|J^tiir!e!ix^i[t|ii^^
:3. v.Thef.J;jByia^^rv.^yi&^
,! !:t.lie-;:Re^^li!|I)i^ ■
,.. ,v|^e;.;^!!:|p.'r;h||e! yjip^icticm
■ .^s^y|c!|V^^I-^Y^ii|^
, •'f**$rj^
■■• J3«^|iiii^!|firom*!th^s^
■ X&&'?:Wg^;' « ;, i"A yV<;
4. ;The:|ass|ijt.^o^-sth6v|^w^
. ^eieetor^tin!%IHat; :l^ef; !%f
',.   :iJte^brai|.y^e^sv "&$■*'!$'
..   .aittl fFf !tp |l;^yered;%^ljie
servfee '•.shall 'tie determined
.before; the! a'dotition of the
BICYCLES, _new and used, all -.wn •fuAtl(,A follnwiriff <-hore- "a***5" '•*«• awueira rarn.acuuui
makes.    Parts   and   r^airs.   fJ^&j;*S^i®   and   the   Hospital   Clubhouse,
CaUS^r    '7-   -,»   ^^;*!5^,^tyefclS    Garden Bay on the ninth,day
of, December,.1967 between the
hours  of  eight o',clqci?lJin,.the
67 P.  Rock
Madeira Park*  •
....Salal Pickers Wanted
Huck 32c Bunch
Salal5 32c Bunch
Contact  plant  before picking
Located 1st house north Pender
.   Harbour Hotel
A"   S.E, Corner
NAILS $12,  100 lbs. Vinyl As-   Block  "A'  District  Lot*   Dist-
bestos   tiles,   9x9,   10c   each;    rict Lot  6353,   thence  backra|o ^^ S" rieht^dJck"^in
1180-tfn    view: of..TraU  and  Vancouver    12x12, 15c each; 9x9 cork tiles,:, O, P._Bpck mZMTm*^^. ifS?iJSP™„   SI   S- ^
Isla^                                                                                                     District Lot 6353 and  contain- ¥?eA a"erno?^ ,ana, -inai:,,^,.
fireplace. 3 big, big bedrooms yards. Exterior paint Hor matte ing approximately onf*,. acre
plus 4th in basement. Huge kit- finish $3.95, reg. $9.95,. Sha|e more, or- less^ fpf'^the ,'purpose
chen and dinette. 16x42 finish- paint, ^3!;95, reg. '$7.95? IflfiSr* of lwat mooring and launched, rec room, basement garage, ior paint,  $3.00 and $4.95 per ing.
Charles F,  Godding Jia$e hegp.
appointed Returning Officer for
.tbeu-purpose of taking and recording the vote of the electors.
Phone 883^2265
2    WINTER    JBATES-Fully    fur-
sons, Charles, Gfbspns; yGordpn,       nished   cottages   $65   month
Vancouye^; 1 sister, „ Mrs.,..Annie. Cbwie^ Calgary;' 13 grandchildren. Funeral -service was
held Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 3
p.m. from,the Family. Chapel
of the .Harvey Funeral Home,
Gibsons, RevyM. Cameron officiating. , Cremation
This  is  a real homey  family
house'.     Just ,$25,000,
large fenced garden lot. $6,350.
VILLAGE: $5,300. 3 room cottage, around the corher from
2 BEDROOM retirement home
on  small lot.   View-view-view.
F.P. $6,500.  •.
BOAT ~ moorage in  year-round
protected   bay.    75'   of   sandy.
beach.    Dock   and   float   anchors.    Boat   launching   ways,
year-round   spring   well.    Mo-
gallon.^ Large. „stock^.of^ujs£|1
mostly vacuum, cleaners^.<Ari~<,6jh|j^^
$19.95 and up. 1965 9V*i Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00.
Benner Bros. Furniture and
Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058!;
',.   .'"'124-14
.^erf NormlSi Procknow
Dated November 3,11967    ,
1111—Pub    Nov.   8,   15,   22,   29
plus, utilities, also, weekly , and
nightly rates. Also available!- ^ern home with" large work-
Full trailer hook-ups. 885-9565 sh0p; electric heating, double
Mission  Point  Motel..,, ",853-tfn
HALL for rent^ ".Wil5onv(Creeik
Vaa A.A. Community^^VHall! Contact Ui,
1189-52    Glen Phillips:^885^183-1095^1    bouse.    Choice  swindling  and
carport; Well priced at $32,000.
SECRET. COVE: Syndicate lot
on -Secret   Lake;-   Unfinished
SECHELT Kinsmen, wish to, ex-
MODEItN pnev bedroom* suite,
combination    kitcheii "living
rooni. Stove and fridge. Elec-
press 'grateful'thahks to the    ^>#- Phone 8^-9333^er
people of Secheit and surround*
ing district, for , their   support • GENT'S    Hbiisekeeplhg ; "roppi,
during the recent fund raising       clean,f   warm,    private!   eh-
light bulb sale. The sale was a trance. To\^ei^^^h^'^j^Ii*^"ll'is,iijp•-,,
.great succes, showing a profit plied, Selma- Park.'-.JB&-9535., '
of about $250. -^Gary Helmer,      "     "'       '  '"" •■•*»-«■'-««■.
Secheit,   B.C:   '
...   ,.■•-   i   <:■,.: .■.■*■:',:
lCamp'ai,gh;-^a'jriajge'*•.■,1 '■■'■ 1179,-52
^ERSpNAt!;,,;;,!,!,^;.!!!,; ..
- FLOWERS 'feraU' 'occasions,
GilkeFs^ Flower & Garden
Shop, phone 886*2463 or Secheit
885-9455, 824-tfn
FOR complete inforttiatlon'^pn
Marino, Industrial, v and Liability   insurance:   Claims   and
- ' Adustments,,   tontac);.   Captain
W. Y.. HiggB,, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons, Phones
880-9546 and 885r9425. V V ! 489-tfn
ALCOHOLICS Anonynious. P.p.
1 Box 294, Scchclt, B.C, 'Phono
8p(J*9$76.      ,.',.".,,,!.,!        i)09-Un
YOUR ' Avon    representative,
'Mrs.  E;  McKlnnon, 885*2,100,
1  '-""*.- ■  *. I...... in. 1
GOOD second hand toys wanted
■ t«
•TWO bedroom cottage ^'Halfmoon Bay. Phone 885-99p4 df-
...tert.«6r.. p;m.-i;,,,.,'.. .;;„ ,.-,:.H.iA >v. 1165^1..
mooring.    $16,000;
Harry Gregory-—885-9392
v:. a KENNETT LTD. ^   '
\")'r,'''''■"..','"—,.: ;,'■,, 7 1 '' rr—~—
frontage on' the quiet waters
of;5echelt.Inlet. lVi* ac. Spacious" 3 bedroom home, heayy
Nyiring,' A-oil, heat, workshop,
$18,000 on terms, u,..        ;    ! ,
modern 3 bedroom, homo on Vi
IF   IT'S   suits—it's   Morgans,
885-9330, Secheit, B.C.     VX,
BEATTY washing machine, like
. n<|w., - $75;; cement tubs anflvf
fittings, sp|x|ect ;cbnditfb'n, $25r*
Easy' tf&hing'  machine   with
spin dry, $20.   All three combined for. $100i   Phone, 885-9535.
Wx&WxM, fibreglass'! bottom,
very seaworthy with 35 and
l^z hp motors,!needing -irepai^s.
'53 Ford, good running condition. _ Some furniture. Mdying,
must sell; Reasoliable offers.
Phone, 883-2218. .1514-52
USED   electric   clothes   dryer,
220.   Good shape.   Phone 885-
9561.        * im-54
Form No. 18
(IS^dicih 82)
Notice of Intention to Apply to,
Lease Land
In   Land   Recording   District
, of Vancouver, B.C. and situate
West,Lake, Nelson Island, Jervis Tnlef.";
Take!Hnotcie that John Davison;:-Maniey of No. 207-1475 La*
bumum Street', Vancouver 9,
B.C., occupation f'axl owner-operator intends"'to .apply,./foir a
lease of the following described lands::..,.        '.,......
Dated at Davis Bay this 15th
day,aof November, 1967; * •
' Secretary.
1148—Pub. Nov. 22,  1967
BY-LAW NO.   10
The „ Sechelt^Garbage Disposal
Special   Service * Area ' By-law
'""     1967
1. Bylaw No. 10 is a Bylaw to
establish ^"""Special Service
Area for the purpose of, initiating a garbage collection
and  disposal service.
2. The area forms part of and
is entirely within the bound-.
aries of iElectoral Areas "B"
and. "C",   ,,    ,  7;t     ;n
3. The Bylaw" wiir authorize
the Regional Dismct to,' pro-
Take notice that thfe ^above
is V sytibpsis of ^ bylaw fthat
may be V insi)ecled!! ai Vt^eiReg-
ional District^Office, Whittaker
Block, Davis Bay during "normal office, hours] at (Jibsons
^ndingf^bBce &ffice| ^nd 0p
polling day-"%t all feleV^t polling stations,     ■? ,   v
This synopsis is! not intended
to be, and is not deemed to be
an interpretation of thevibylaJw.
' •   .' • Secretary.
Take hotice^- that the above
is a synopsis pf a proposed'Bylaw upon whicfi the vote of the
Owner-Electors, in that area
of Electoral Areaf "D",; "E"
and "F* to be covered by the
service, will be takenV.at "Gibsons Elementary School, Granthams Community Hall,* and
Langdale School on the ninth
day„pf Deceniber^ J967 bet>veen
""the!;lwurs;;pf ^|^tV^'cl6|k"'iJrr;4i]ie''"
forenoon and-e|gh't o'Plock^in
the afternoon^., and that I,
Charles/f,7 G6q*|ing have loeen
appointed Hetun^ig^ Officer for
the purpose of taking and recording the vpte of the electors..
• ' ' A ''" ■ "■       '.''"'' " '■
Dated^at D^vis Bay this 15tii
day of November, 1967.   -
•       V    ■    Secretary.
1150-Pub. Nov. 22, 1967
l.gl i'*i*i'i'i-
form No. ,18
'ion 82)
Notice of IritMition to Apply to
In Laijd IfliJcbrding District
of Vancwiver'ai'rid situate Nbrth
Lake ICSecheltKPeninsul^), ;   '
Take notice Sat Harold Herbert Ha,nsenvpffi277 WlUingdbn
Ave.,: B^rniab^, B.C.,.occup.*
tion fireman »intends to. .appty
H'OME    away "from   "home.
Housekeeping or, sleeping tin- ,      4    ,    ,.    _     .„
its by day, week or „month. ;*}c<,jf lW, ^'J^A TrL $C>
Two one bedroom, full house* «bwn ,on F.p: of, $14,500.
keeping, now available. Weal GIBSONS; Modern 3 room cot-
fpr coristnictioh worker,!,.'Cept- tage oii larfee lot,' features beamed ceiling in living room. Old
English type garden needs, at*
tp'ntion. Patio. ,Only $5250 full
. Only $3000 down gives possession of cozy 3 bedroom basement, home. View lot in ; excellent location. Nicely panelled
living room features fireplace,
TfHREE pair custom made^full commencing at a' post -planted
length,  lined  drapes;   cbppe'r pn'' tbb   s°utl)l   shore   oi   Wesl
,fi're'iscreen,",draw  ch^in;  tele* Lake approx.'2000' S.W. of S,
phone table-bench;stand: -prac* ^,'sj,ake of D.L. 6853;  thence
tically, ne\v. Table moctel, elec- n.E.' along shore,line 100' more
trie,   Singer seyving .machine. ^iess;r'thbnce S. approx,/sqb';'
Phoqo ,883-2465,     ■      ,   1186-54 J^cb,)y. approx. ;00'; tl-pnce
;GlBS6N!:!gUitar,  L50,wlth!^e.:(N^
Armbnd   Chief   1000   picfe-up fytoW 'A, W ha)f),acre„mpre
and' case,  good .condition.' ;885* ty Mf, „M.  tl\9 .purpose,, of
9*123", $125. 'firpn. 11,81*54 -campsite, u
rai' showers,   sheltered  mbblle
homo space, Big Maple ,Motel.
Phone 885*9513. 1515-tfn
.:.,.„'-,' uJ :_ 1 ' ' ',; 1,
2 BEDROOM   house, oil cook
stove and heater; on the beach...
at Davis Bny. $55. Phbn'e S85*
2280. ,. A  ;     ,.' lW-tfn
2   BEDROOM 'house;1 Carpets,
all electric  at Selma  Park,
$100, month.!, 8^5-9740.     ,ni|l'*52/
t0m,,»mmm..«0*+4y0m4*0-iiii *■ * i ■■>■■>■■■■ ii»w w*    *■ ■» ■■■»**«*-***«P*'
1,700   FT. ' 2x6   tongue   and
'groove    cedar.    Phone   883*
2481.     . '     1193-52
TWO Brownie uniforms, size 8
arid 16.1 Complete less socks.
Pliojtlp 885*9708, 1198*54
TWO fplding Winnipeg couches,
Phono "885*i)570. 1188-52
t J,   D.  JWAtfLEJY
Dated November 6th ,1967.
1182-Pub. NOV. 29, D/6,13, 20
GOOD stock of electric Tlmox
watches In' now for Christ*
mas. And how about a gift certificate $5 or $10 at Earls,' the
HOPKINS; View lots, serviced Stanley Tool Centre In Glb»onH,
and nicely  treed,  priced from    Phono 88fl*960(>, 1107.52
$1500, '■■;■,-     '
!AV, A!!!A  W.i.,!/.V,:. ,.    ; ,.'.: .. ,,..
Form No. 18
(flection 82)
,-".  v      |!'LAND, 'ACT     .
Notice of Intention to Apply to
lionsb Earid
vide ,a   garbage   .collection ''?«•   a.J^^A^  Allowing
servico and recover the cost fle-scrfbcd.r!an^l!;.         -    ' '^
fyom;hind an4,iinproV(jm^ts '''•o>hilmeQo,ing.^0;ai^st^pIaht•',
benefitting from the .service, ed .80' ,E. ''-of; ,;Lpt   U6782   on
4. The   assent.of the   Owner* s!W<>l.n©;■ • .toA^, ^(»V .jt;
electors in that ahia of EWc vthencc   JOO' M!• 1™™$ ,!?• -Jo
toral Areas "B" and "C" to shoreline; thpi^ce, ;W. on^j^ore*
be (covered   by,^he iserylcc Vm^o ■JjflM<°* con(imehc^moflt
•shall I be, determined  before *>/id fipntainin^y% .acres,,^norp-
,the.adoptjon.pf the bylaw., ^pr7J^s,^
Take  notice  that-' the  above M^^W-*-,■>■,...:&',.^1 »^>! .
is •_!< syriopsisya'bylaw that "   ""'   ■   l^BOtO«HBRBRRT
may be inspected nt tho IJcg* ' '     ,M|'                    -HANSEN
ional plstriqt Office,. Whittaker Dated Nov.yl6r 1967/    t(" '* '"'
Block, Davis  Bay, during  npr- uso—Pub; Nov. 22, 29, P, t, 13
ma|  office   hours;   at  Scchejit
Police   Office,   and  on  polling
day,   at   all   relevant   polling;
This synopsis Is not Intended
to be, apd Is not dteenicd to be
' an Interpretation of the bylaw.
" "• charlEs f. Gooding;
1    'A,        Secretary,
(Se<^bn m
Shop.    885*2117.
opes, fltntoments, invoices
and all commercial printing,
contact' tho tlmc^ office at Soi
chelt or phono' B85-9054.
inside   village ' boundaries.
$2,500. Box ,381,, Sech'eH ,p.C.
■•  '' .     ■    '•..,-.■■      v y, ^5*tfn
. 1,1
EXCELLENT   condmierclal' iot
r--ccntro Seehelt—highway' lo*
cntloHi"'.level and cleared,  All
services r available.   Box   1104,
'*'• LISSlUND^UORIST   -, Pchihsula,Times. ,.     ^KM^n.
• & GIFT SHOP HARP to find property,'undo*.
o    .,...,-.       , t*.  ...        eloped 25 acres, view prop*
Specializing^lnsFu*>ernl Designs    erly ,n Scohclt  M'^ko ^^j,^
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1,      !.'' -LiAA,^!  ';!���1-  .-V-*    W> w   '���iflff'*'** -  ^S  But reform-coming���. .-  i  i  Government inav hec*ve  Carter tax report out!  ���V  Rjsberts  CTree  fr  Wednesday, November 29, 1967��� -The-FenlftBulainm^-  J^go-H-  CHAIRMAN of the tax committee of the  Vancouver Board of Trade, Jacques  Barbeau, has told a press conference that  while there will be a tax reform he is  convinced the Carter report on taxation  will not be implemented by the government.  Barbeau was one member of a business  delegation which came away from a 4VS>  hour session with  government officials.  Speaking on behalf of the Vancouver  delegation which had two long meetings  with Deputy Minister of Finance Robert  Bryce and with Revenue Minister E. J.  Benson, Resources Minister Jean Luc  Pepin and Northern Affairs Minister  Arthur Laing, Barbeau said:  "Based on our talks, the consensus was  that the government has almost thrown  that (tie . Garter report) out, and now  wants only a-reform of the tax structure."'  NOT FI��M  He admitted that none of the ministers  had actually said that. During the talks  only about 15 minutes had been devoted to  the report over 4l_ hours of discussion.  Barbeau said they were- surprised to  learn that the government white paper on  the Carter report, which Finance Minister  Sharp Monday announced would contain the  government's "proposals for tax reform",  would "not be a firm outline," but rather  guidelines for public discussion.  Sharp's announcement had indicated  hat there is to be an "extension until the  end of October for submission of briefs to  Ottawa by business organizations and taxpayers, and an extension until the end of  November for provincial governments to  make their critical evaluations of the major  tax report.  FIRST SUBMISSION  The Vancouver delegation���making its  first federal submission in 15 years, ac  cording to Bapbeau���opposed the a Carter  report on four main grounds: Insufficient  attention to need for federal-provincial tax  co-operation; underestimation of Canada's  balance of payments problems;" overestim-  atlon of the effectiveness of fiscal .policy  on economic growth; and the'tax treatment  of extractive industries.  The delegation had comp}iiinedT#fcout  "the guinea-pig" approach tb "\ax! reform  imp-licit in the Carter report, Barbeau'said  meaning that provinces like B.C., and  Alberta could not afford to gamble on this  new approach to taxation when their economies were so dependent on extractive industry. The recommendations wquld  "undermine" their economies.  He suggested, without being specific,  that "nine out of ten people in B.C." were  opposed to the Carter report. This was the  result of some kind of survey, he said, in  which most people objected to the proposed family unit approach to taxation  suggested by the Carter report and to the  proposed transfer of family wealth under  the Carter scheme.  SOM��  SUPPORT   Barbeau said the delegation did support  some things in the report, such as the  single rate of corporation tax, if the overall tax was lowered, and a capital gains  tax, if it were a flat rate no higher than  the U.S. tax.  The Vancouver businessman said that,  Benson had emphasized that there was  going to be plenty of time for the tax  changes, that the Carter report was not a  government report, and that it would likely  be a 1969 tax year before any changes  would come into effect.  Federal finance officials who sat in on  the talks with the Vancouver delegation  said later that there had been no change  in the federal government position.  ���by Florence MeSovaney  ROBERTS Creek Cubs are busy these days,  getting ready" for the show to be presented on Dec. 1st in Elphinstone Auditorium. This is being done in co-operation  with Gibsons Scouts and Cubs and promises  to be an evening both entertaining and instructive.  All, troops will have displays of work  and will put on- a demonstration of some  sort. The whole evening is designed to  present scouting in a different light and,  incidentally, to raise needed funds.  Hospital Auxiliary ladies are busily  working towards their coffee party to be  held on December 15th in the Legion Hall  at Roberts Creek.  It was previously stated that tbe walking  doll was to be a door prize, when actually  raffle tickets are presently being sold/by  the ladies, with the doll being the first  prize. Several ladies are making garments  for the doll's wardrobe and this will make  a wonderful gift for some lucky little girl.  FRED FEENEY  HAS PLEASURE IN ACCEPTING THE  NOMINATION FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE  VILLAGE COUNCIL.  My Nominators ore Community and .Cost Conscious People who are  sincerely concerned about the future development of Gibsons,  Rev. Nicholas Coccola  Abandoned an army career  Mr. Harry Gregory  Davis Bay resident  named Notary Public  MR. HARRY Gregory has'been appointed  by His Honour, The Lieutenant Governor  In Council, as Notary Public under Section  21 of the Notaries Act, in and for the  Province of British Columbia. His area of  practice is limited to Davis'Bay and a  radius of three miles.  This appointment which gives Mr. Gregory authority to administer oaths, take  affidavits, declarations and acknowledgments and attest instruments, will provide  a much needed service in the area, especially for older people.  ���Mr.. Gregory who is a real estate salesman with the firm of. H. B. Gordon and  Kennett Ltd., in Secheit, has been a permanent resident of the area for four years  and lives with his wife at Davis Bay. Both  active in community affairs, Mr. and Mrs.  Gregory have a son and daughter, both  married with families and living in North  Vancouver and New Westminster.  It's dangerous work. Only married men  should be sent to the moon. Single men  have something to live for.  This is why I think I can do a good job  as Chairman:  I am 45 years of age, married, with a  growing family.  I am employed by a firm whose policy is  "SERVICE"; The B.C. Telephone  Company.  I have 22 years local residence.  I have 20 years service in the Volunteer  Fire Service of which 5 years was  served as Fire Chief.  I have 4 years experience as Commissioner with tbe Corporation of the  Village of Gibsons Landing.  I am presently actively engaged in:  Chamber of Commerce  Gibsons Rod & Gun Club  Kiwanis Service Club  Royal Canadian Legion  A'Sf y|f'!|*t|i��  Aivyy-  Y��&  ���y  *��JVI  .-   )  W>m  'iV  7X &��� ,!���': ��$���*.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 o.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  Services held regularly in  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For information phone 885-9793    ""*  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. Hilda's  AS A NOMINEE I SINCERELY ASK ALL ELIGIBLE VOTERS TO CAST  THEIR BALLOTS ON DECEMBER 9th, 1967 SO THAT WECAN SfMt  ON OUR SECOND CENTURY WITH A POSITIVE AND CONSTRUCTIVE POLICY. A '.'-'A  :-*  I   K  Does Your Club or Group renort its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  [���������������������������������������������������������ww-*����**,-����������-����������w����i*-,  FATHER Coccola bared his chest to a  rifle in the hands of a maddened Kootenay Indian. "I am waiting," he said,  "See I have bared my heart to your bullet.  Surely it is not "you Who is afraid?" His  bravery won the respect of his would be  assassin and led to a peace treaty when  Indian wars threatened in 1887. And it was  just one of many adventures in the life  of the famous priest.  Nicholas Coccola was horn in Corsica  in 1854. He spurned a family tradition of  army careers to be a missionary. Ordained  as deacon and a member of the Order of  Oblates he sailed for British Columbia,  arriving at Victoria in 1880. He was sent  first to Spence's Bridge where he was  ordained as a priest. Then he served in a  mission at kamloops, farming, cooking���and  teaching white. and Indian children under  the trees. His willingness to travel into  the wilderness by horse or canoe to aid  the Indians soon won their respect. He  started a new mission oh Nicola Lake  despite the antagonism of medicine men  who once tried to ride him down���until he  shamed them, standing unarmed before  them.  In 1883 he was ordered into the camps  of the trans-Canada railway builders, which  were rampant with vice and cruel in their  hardships. In 1855 it "Mis his intervention  with the contractors that "averted a revolt  of the workers and Improved their condi  tions.  In 1887, after the murder of two white  prospectors and the arrest of two Indian  suspects brought the Kootenays to the brink  of "a["'bloody war, it was Father Coccola  who went there from Golden, part of the  way on foot, to intercede. It was then he  had the brush with death With the Indian  Pierre. Winning respect of both sides he  arranged a land grant which led to a treaty.  Then he founded an Indian school and  a hospital near Cranbrook and aroused the  interest of the Indians in mining and  brought them prosperity. He led a battle  at Ottawa to protect their fishing rights  and won it.  He died in Smithers in 1943, one of the  most respected of all the missionaries in  the history of B.C.  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada  Pastor���A. Husted Christensen  First Lutheran Church, Vancouver  ! Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the '  ! month. I  | Selma ParkV Community Hall at 3:00 plm. >  rir"*-"r-"*"*"*"***"*"*"**"*'*'**  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELY  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Prayer -~* Wednesday 7;30 p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or each service  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m. .  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELIS  Wilson Creek Community Hall  Davis Bay Road  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 a.m.  Led bv Miss H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each mopm  Family Service���1 V:15<a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev, W; M.Cameron .  For further information.  Phone 885-9744  7-f  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of comlhg events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES.  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for free listings, 'specifying "Date  Pad", Please note that space, is limited and some advance dates may  have, to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  1 t I  Nov, 29���-2 p.m., Wilson Creek, Community Hall. St.  John's United  Church W.A. Bazaar,  ISov. 30���7;30 p.m. Scchclt Legion Hall. Registration of Cubs, Parents  pIcQSo attend,  Dec. 1���-8 p,m, St. Hilda's Church Hall.'Fun,Night.      ,��� ,  Dec. 1;���2 p.m. Roborts Crcok Legion Hall. I, A. Christmas Bazaar 8-  Tca. ,  Dec. 1. t���8 p.m. Elphinstono Auditorium, Mount Elphinstone Scouts and  ������   '������;������������ Cobs, Centennial Caper. ,������������,������,A n,.. .;....,.,...,' ...,������������.������,       . . .���...>���....  Dec, 2���7 p.m. Roberts Creek Hall, Secheit Rod & Gun, Game Banquet.  Dec, 6���8 a,m,*8 p.m, Election of School Trustees Rural Area 0. ,  Dec. 6���8;p,m, Gibsons United Church Hod. All candidates mooting,  Municipal elections,  Dec. 9���B q.m.*8 p,m Municipal and Regional District Elections,  PLEASI; PHONE TED SURTEES FOR ASSISTANCE ON THE SALE OF  ,YOUR.PROPERTY^  ^��|AiM'W!(*i^��^el>��*M��^^ f)  ft ^i��tv*^^^W��l*a��WI*-'(te*Jflw��  REAL ESTATE   ,  INSURANCES  Phono 885-2161  Multiple Lifting Sorvlco  Vancouver Roal Eitato    Board.  -.-i^.|wirwwi--��mmwtww*f-��wwww��w  BUILDING  IES?  Want"fo���"iriak<r your rhoitio  largor, more comfortable, moro  modern, moro beautiful?  Whatever homo Improvement  pro|cct..uyou,...,.ha*t'ow.Jn.�����wm.!.n<l#��,  you!ILfJnOoJpfMlJitootwpnd_.  information,at your ono stop  supplies shop  AGENCIES LTD.  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING.'- PRUNING  Gower Point Rood  Gibsons, B.C. - Dial 886-2919  , ' ..'������������ i i i       ��� i ���        ^ m   i       ���--���-���-  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  releiihone Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  ''    A Real Estate & Insurance A  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-2313 '  L & H. SWANSON ITD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel -Fill and Road Gravel,  Phone 885-9666 -Box 172 - Secheit  MADHRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  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GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay-  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening -  janitor service *. painting - odd jobs etc. -  .,. Free estimates - All work gugranteed.   ,  Phone 885-2191  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  BOAT SALES  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ���* ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  A^f A ||.><��M|��M&  GIBSONS OFFICE���PHONE 886-7015  <s  r*#J  Peninsula Building  Supplies Ltd.  Phono 885-9669  lA#^i*^*MI<*��*'>**'l'<*'l*'f'*'l">^l*^^l**'^^*'*"*'****'l>"******<W>  P04A0  '{Mm.  T* ���������n**��-��.  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Your Marshall Wells  Dealership, i  Phono 886-2442 �� Gibsons, B.C.  *" **> 0��-0400*m��>-00~0i��m���*i>*m'~m. ima * i-   -.-������������.���- ���.-������-i.���m-  .1.1 n, .��� .���,  .,    ,  PENINSULA CLEANERS  152V GoworPt, Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLIANINQ NEEDS  >l .ll<*ll|.�� ll.���l.l��� I IM. I. I...H.I,... ���I-III ���-. II.W.MI���.-.I���II.I ������M-.I..-I-.���|.H..II^���W.,|.|..l.. 1 1 I,,     1,11   IIIW-.!-^  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  .Phono., 886-2664..���,-,.��..., R. R...1 ���Gib$oni *  LIGHT MACHINERY SERVICE  Clearing - Levelling - Landscaping ��  Bulldozing '  CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE   "  885-2830  Now loryico in district  PLUMBING & HOT WATER  HEATING  CERTIFIED MASTER PLUMBER  FRHE ESTIMATES - PHONE ANYTIME        885-2��37~-~~-~-~"��~--.    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'���"*���"���������*��"*��������� - '   '���'"   "���!������ "'��� ��"���- ��� *-'"' ��� W ���HI**-**- limMI��i*MM��MaiM      BIIIIVB   II If  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt r Effective - On The Spot  Service. *  Coll 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully insured  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Socholt, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  1    i   I, '  11 ���." ,' i ��� i*    .in.!...., ; ��� I',,, ,n I,.  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  .���.,...,.       '.���,,..,��� .,i,  ���.',;   -i,   ..      I.'-.    ���:' '���    :������   ���; '���'   V-'.ii. ���    '     I  ���  Marine Building - Secheit  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430   ,  "    .i-ii- ��� -I*   "i.   At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  oV MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ���< Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marino Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phono 886-7721   Rei, 886-9956, 806-9326  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  Tho Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite tho High School -Gibsons  For Take Out Ordorn Phono 886-2433  K&Z APPLIANCES  Major Appliances Servico  All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578 - Scoholt, B.C.  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building ���  ,._, Gravql^|yayyy^��l|l^���  A SIMPKINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  RUBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  i  -i  i<tlt��i��it����ilBS��iis���.��i��*MS��![��iw��l*y| ^p****t*il*��.l*,Wj)��*"*!t!  iS-jM #if��aiun��M*, wbo^iu?. msrM * fl"  ^0  %-*  J  t I  411 WJl~*~~'l' V -1. '  ,7X  .lAUmhp^if'iTVr^k'ik^  J|"he^enlnsulav*��n��ry^fe  T^/VdrtAee >VfartJ&ce;  A^VA  ,^/y^\y  ->&����� i j^nSSijAA'.trii:Siii*iSk.i':~...Ji;a, ",.~"|^y:'-_...-i".'..".-���.���'-��� .������ ��� - ���..-.-      ^ - - -^ ��� ������  he Peninsula /ItVtte*  DITORIALS  ^V-8*l?jtJV'&* wrong. ����' / shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what 1 believeto be right."j  - ** i X^!^mmm^l^^M^,M,^���,0,0000000000000000000M0000000000000000000000000000*'*J'0'***'***''*^  \    ' ''  " \1'  ti *  1    4    #  ���>*&,' f*  .���**),?     f  f��*P   <?  |Ve start our fifth year ��� ���'.���'������  ���by Stewart B. Alsgard, publisher  ���  ���  JT week The Times starts its fifth    who take the trouble to tell us when we  "A/4year of publication in the bustling    are wrong, support us when we are right,  ^larek'it has been privileged to grow with,    and above all show an interest in the  ij7%x ^/The past four years have been busy    community newspaper, we say "Thank  yt^nes, and not always smooth, but the    you!"  , ^steadily-growing acceptance of The Times And we can alsQ say ��Thank yout��  1   * on the Sunshine Coast has proved that ^ Doug and Marcia Wheeler, who. have  ��people are ready to support a newspaper    defeated ^^ efforts to the community  ' ��� dedicated to community advancement.        through The Times, often facing difficul-  /     From a cold start, the Times has    ties and assignments that would daunt  grown  to  serve   1764   families,   705_6    fess-devoted  people,  facing  disappoint-  - people from Egmont to Port Mellon'. It    ments with a determinati0n to overcome  has not catered io special interests, and  it has refused to be pressured by special  lobbies. It is gratifying that .advertisers  and readers have shown their support for  this policy, even, though not everyone  has always agreed with The Times. This  is good, because total agreement" would  be impossible,  and total disagreement  would be unpleasant.       '   ,.   ,  To a community weekly, interested  citizens are its best friends.; We say "interested", meaning that these friends not  always are agreeable. But to those people  "ii  A  . 7  in   i(  T"  them instead of running away from them.  The Times is fortunate, as is the community, to count people like this as  citizens, and to have them in charge of  the paper.  We have dug our roots into this  community because we believe in it, its  people and its future. We plan to be  around for a long, long time to watch  those roots flower as the community  develops.  The best is yet to come.  a*.    *rfc * 1*. H  \-  \w  ��.*������, f&��*re  * *. it*    ���  1 V- * ^ y* x   *��   *  * .ayx ...    ���? 1  i^wclind^&lbsoii1^  MRS. BRUCE Crutchfield of Quebec City  has arrived to visit her mother Mrs.  Irene Coleridge whose marriage to Mr.  Ron Haig will take place on December 2nd.  -���A commendable theatrical sperforrnance  was the result of much time consuming  effort on the par,t of the Gibsons Kinettes.  Their-first-production, Goldilocks anS the  Three Bears stage Friday at 7:30 p.m. and  Saturday at 2 p.m. in Gibsons Elementary  School Hall, was much enjoyed. 160 lbs. of  authentic costumes had arrived from  Winnipeg reaching here by way of I & S  Transport. Consisting of about 16 active  members the club is to be congratulated  on their "achievement.  Mrs. Roberta. Cramer was Mother Goose  with Joy Smith and Gerry Nimno as Pappa  Bear, Donna Forseyth as Mamma Bear  and Freida Leichman taking the part of  Baby Bear.. Goldilocks being played by  Marilynn Musgrove.  Mr; George Beaudreau with his wife  and young son flew over from Victoria in  his four passenger plane to visit his sisters  Mrs. N. Berdahl and Mrs. M. Hollowink,  taking some of his relatives up for a flight  on the weekend.  Mrs. Jack Gordon visited friends in  Seattle and Winnipeg recently.  ��"   *     W ���   Nl   i  **?*���  *��~   *>j�� '��8^_*.   ffijya   }���>,   %i��    y lj     **- *��� ,.  ."*��� $  ComsMer tiie vtetim  Poet's Torner   Best interests?  ��� Editor, The Times   "  *\   i    h-  v 5  s%  Two armed bandits robbed the safe of  a chain grocery store in Alameda, Calif.,  of $6,000, while six employees kept cool  through it all.  The robbers locked the workers in the  vegetable cooler, and told them: "Turn off  the fan so it won't get so cold in there."  RECENTLY a .local .publication publicized a rather sordid case involving  a youth who quite obviously required  medical treatment and now having come  before the court,* probably will, for no  normal person does, the sort of thing  for which he was convicted.  Result of the publicity is naturally  distress and embarrassment for the fam-  ily"'but"vpHiief'iS^might be argued that  this applies to ,alLcourt cases,, this particular type of offence is distasteful and  involves a^teenager.  We have argued in  present situation is the hostility expressed  by the father of the convicted youth  toward the police who were simply doing  their duty. His hostility stems from the  fact that the RCMP had released details  of the case to the newsman and in a  letter which he submitted to this newspaper for.,..publication, his  attitude  to-  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ���by M. W.-Bracewell'  The "Sunshine Coast" that fisherman's haunt  and home of. sporting fish,  Its fighting salmon and tasty trout are fit for  any man's dish.  From spring thro' fall, boats large and small  are scattered o'er lake and bay  " Sir���It is reassuring - ta learn that the  'Regional Board' has our best interests at  heart, when it reached the decision to establish an IBC billing system for the yet  to be formed Garbage Service. They quote  a figure of $4,000 and carefully insert the  words "close to" and quote a round figure  of $5,000 for hiring local workers. A child  -could figure out the obvious answer to the  $1,000 difference.  Typewriters .can be rented at $8.00 per  IF IT'S ELECTRIC HEATING  BE SURE TO CONSULT US ON  ward the police is abundantly clear. Had    While fishermen wait with lure and bait trying    month,   possibly-less* far-Municipal  use,  We"'" published the letter as requested,  most of this attack would have been  deleted for the sake of writer and  RCMP.   However,  the  gentleman was  the past that publicity is part and parcel    apparently assured 'h�� _co���m^2i:^��||}^  of the punishment for a crime.   It also    ' * ""*'  servS&lto remind potential offenders that  the police maintain vigilance and the  magistrate is well able to mete out  justice.     A .       A  The main- point is, that when acute  distress faces innocent people as a result  of publicity, most newspaper editors are  capable df using some discretion. We  couM^pSoint out,2 nevertheless an editor  ���is-perfectly entitled ta- publish - anything  that might come:JUp in .open court and  be given prominence in the publication  involved, he therefore asked that we  whh-hold it.  In support of the police, the case  was raised to open adult court which  meant any member of the press or public  had ���the right to sit in. The press has  every right to' publish details as it sees  fit and in the event-that details are  sought froni the police.they have every  right to release the information.  We sympathize with the parents in  there'����� are times when such|publicity�� does   rthis" case, but, one aspect only too fre-  considera^e goodl   ''O'^rare' occasion,    quently. buried under ah avalanche of  more good is" done" by with-holding cer-    emotionalizm is th& victim.   This does  tain (e^feritsr-Thiis.is spmetlimg'thei Times    not necessarily apply at this time al-  has agteed td once only: and involved a    though we read no expression of synv*  similar casej%> tibje ���ope; publicized recent-    pathy for the woman involved. It seems  ly. 6n anofli^bcc^i^ to be common practice to discredit the  ]X>^iblevinb-^aivm^fWW.ultinehis    police** and, magistrates for dealing with  wife who togetheV with the:<ahildren were    wrongdpers .yet the ..victim  who quite  forced*) go shprt of,fessentials:while;he    feasibly;could,be ruined both,physically  . .    ,    *,    .... ^      ,   ,   ���... ,,,���     , and mentally for life, is completely over  looked. .,,,  ..... .  A-  We do riot Question the ethics of the  editor at' this time, how .he chooses to  operate is his business, we do however  point out, there are two sides to every  'coin, ''"'���"  to entice their prey;  The fish reel screams and the fish-lure gleams  as the hooked fish starts its run  And the fisherman craftily plays his line for the  "Battle of Wits" is on.  The fish darts here and flashes there .and cuts  figure eights right through  The air as it tries to shake its man.  The fisherman carefully feeds it line as it starts  its gallant run  And deftly brings it in to "net" when its last  brave try is done,    j  And so throughout till close of day as marked  by setting sun!  The fisherman pack his rod and gear and winds  his homeward way,  And many a yarn, somefshort, some tall may  be told of what happened that day.  BPW  smor  supper  spent .his welfare .-money. ,���in��� ",the beer  parlbiir. There' were those who chose  to object to, rthe; fadf-: that the; case was  published but it vyas! felt the man involved should be shown up for what he  WaS. ''X';:;*;.1.',.���.,'���"���'."*"*���*'"."','" "'''"'"   ������,'.  '���'! "7"! ' ���: i"< ^*y."- ' ���'. ���'���''.  Another   aspect   arising' from", this  VletiiiaaM �� niily iitcideBital  WHILE* we* in our own, littlei ivory  ������,' towers are. .becoming increasingly  aware of the sorry f situation presently  existiflgnn Vietnam, thousands- of- young  Americans are dying under?'filthy conr  ditions for a cause many,of them do not  even remotely understand.' American  parents endure extreme, agony and heart-*.  ache knowing that next time the mailman calls it might be to notify them  their" son  has   given  his  life  fighting  vast numbers of North Vietnamese who  fall innocent victims to this bloody war  which they too do not understands The  untold misery-left, in, its wake is quite  incomprehensible Jo- those of us who  have little more than a neighbourly  interest.;.  What, so many do-gooders overlook  if} the saga, of one, Adolph Hitler, the  Austrian Corporal who led his Nazi  arriiy on a campaign of horror which  DECEMBER A, meeting   of. the- Sunshine  Coast BPW.Club will be held at Ole's  Cove on Tuesday,. Depieinber 5th.  A rSmorgasbord supper will be -served  at 6:30 p.m. , This will be followed by a  short business meeting and the rest of the  evening will be given over to the club's  Christmas ..Party,,. ,,   ,      ,,;.,.,..,  Contests, games. and ��prizes are being  arranged .and gifts will "be exfhanged.  Each member, should bring.,.,a small, gift  worth not more than 50c, together with one  for any guest,she'may be bringing. Mem-  Uers, old| and new, are welcome and  encouraged to bring friends.  Plpase .contact Mrs.., Marilyn -Wigard  (885*9345) or Mrs. Jo Benjafield, (883*2336)  before,.Sunday evoninig, December 3rd,, to  let them know; If, you willj.bo coming, so  that correct numbers for the sm  may be givenjp^Mr;.,Winning,  therefore' that having "alone ^ wbiild   take  care of this difference.  The tabling of-water-for yet  another  study, fills me with,dismay.  "The. public .  must  be  sold,", .states   Mr.   Prittie,  "We  haven't enough time."  .. ,Xnx 5ick ^p��,..table^..^.g*vp.ble]ins,. sick..,of .  IBM billing system; sick of stupid debates  on the location of a permanent site for the  board. Sick of' the? wheezling which has  occurred in adopting a National Building  Code. Sick of the present members of the-  Regional Board, period.  The options expressed herein are my  own���not my husband's; not my family's  nor for that matter, the ''Times".  IRENE  GREEN  Granthams, B.C.  Dahaerous shafts  Editor, The, Times: -,��� ��� ,   ....  Sir���I am writing this because ��� I feel  possibly that something should be done  about old well shafts in this area; also as  a warning to other parents. .  A Pender Harbour boy narrowly escaped possible death when he fell 20 ft. down  an old well shaft. One youngster aged 12  and two companions were running along a  trail in Ihe bush, taking a short, cut to one  boy's home, when the 12-year-bld suddenly  disappeared. *  He had. stepped on the edge of an old *  well-obscured;'from view by old roots and  leaves and fell 20 ft. landing on a rock  ledge where he clung in a semi-conscious  state for half an hour. Eventually he managed to' grope his way out With the help  of his friends.  He required emergency, treatment, in St,  Mary's Hospital for a bad laceration to  the;|back';of'his head and shock.,.'.  '���.���..  The old* well is- on private property,'but  there are so many* in this area, it could  happen to other children. r>  'I, think these old shafts should be filled  in; by the property owners or posted  as  milium, -��u    dahgerous,  at least.    Most of  them  are  orgasbord    covered |>y' rottefn*branches'arid'loavos,  1V1RS. J. THOMUNgON.  V!|E^E^RICgBAS^  Sold and Serviced on the Sunshine Coast by  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE - GIBSONS  Phone 886-9689  SEE. o . .-.Sonify & Cher  FOR THE FIRST TIME  IN  PLUS  500 FIREBALLS in  V  / L  wm  At Your SECHELT THEATRE  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,  DEC.  1, 2 and 4  8:00 p.m-,  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Boarc-  or by the Government ol British Columbia.  stinking communists in equally stinking included the murder of six million Jews  jungle swamp. and the deaths of countless millions who  Thp   big   question'  on   so .many died fighting a man who said he wanted ,  peoples lips is "for what" and well it only peace. , _  might'.,be asked for just why parents World domination is obviously the  have-to devote their lives bringing up goal of the Red regime; In the countries  youngsters  to  have  them  sent ,to  an which suffer from lack of education and  impoverished country of, no concern to an even greater lack of food, communism  them \f\ order to wage war against people offers hope and indeed, is a sanation,  who Jliave done them, no jiarnv simply Unfortunately  its  taskmasters   arc  not  because they are opposed to a regime satisfied;   with   merely   assisting   these  supportd by the United States,  This is countpps.  Greater objectives predomm-  part of the argument put up by the peace ate !#femost��� of which ,1s the, desire to  marchers,   student,   bodies,   subversive inflict its indoctrinc upon countries which  groups and^ of course, American com- need it like the plague.   Tlio western  munists. a , .*... world   has' elevated   itself  above   the  Added to this is the fact that they squalor and privation upon, which .com*  are fighting on, behalf of a peoplo they munism 'flourishes, we have no use for  do not know, probably do not wish to it, further, there is no place for it in  know arid* for a"country wlu)se"iriterriar' our"typS'���bf society, '  strife should be its owji affair connected        For   this   reason   alone,   American  in no way with the United States, yomh h Ulk|ng [ip arm in ordcr U)  Certainly, to all intents and purposes, suppress the odious advance of a militant  there  in good reason to question  the political   system   which   would  outlaw  sanity.bcbind the thinking of a Govern- freedom of speech, smother all Initiative  .ment which will so calmly order millions ��� imd shackle one and all with, the fetters  of' young   men   to   slaughter   or   be of a sadistic dictatorship.  ., 6laughterc4-��undcr���Asu^^  circumstances, and let us not forget the ti*is js w|,y young Americans are laying  .   ,       ,'   - ' .    .' down their lives .and this jsvwhy, the,  *M*��w*%***--**i>-����r��rH***'����^^ �����*��<**��m*M^*i**��w*w��**w����w ���     /i f it  .   ,  ,                ��� influcneo of so many subversive elements  ThePeNINSULA./^^ in our midst should Ixj ignored.  ,.    PubUtbed Wednesday* H Secbclt  <ta B.C/�� fSiwalJhift Cojist  ..      by  Sochelt Pcnln��ula Times Lid.  Jiox381 ^cchcll.D.C.  Douglas Gt Whaler, Rdltor  S. D. Altgard, Publisher  Wb*ctiptkm**mi On wJv��nc��)  I Y��wr. $5���-���* VeM��, $9 - 3 Years, $13  SmfoV(k#<srmfry��� PcttMrlltm to Bfinm.  -        (llerWA$eutui teJervU /��feU.^.���    ��������*��>'��� tfr-jctyj'nwrl ]  "Tlmm" Ad Brich  " wlll'tell ? buy? tmV"  ���trndf'l-  Vm again offering my services to the community as a  member of the Board of School Trustees. I sincerely feel  my past 2 years in this capacity \\ae> been worthwhile and  ���wj,ir stand���|tne_jn ,��� goo^  creasing school population has created many and varied  problcmfi which require confittxnt attention nnd policy  revision. Greater emphasis must be placed on curtailing  unnecessary expenditures and with this in mind 1 ask that  you give me your support in the coming election  'December -9th."  ��� ���������;;  ���MHiiimn *���****->  ,'    l,      ,. tuiMii ,.. '���        ���   ���*���  .I-11*1'*  Vw^^*r \ I, 'I It  ^''ih'1' ua1  **       3T ���**       T" i- - -n-T-i i, ��� -* _��. . .-n-inn   i...    n. iw-rrw*-***!-*tii*T- Ji ���. .*, ���*.*�����������_  Halfrnoon^Bay Happenings  '   '   - '*,'<*  ���;     ;���by Mory Tinkley  NEXT program.of documentary films.to be    scare; at thfe, HalHnooii ,Bay Scjrool- failed  shown at the Welcome Beach Hall on  December 5th will be entirely* in colour and  twill include a., film of local interest.  "Octopus Hunt", was filmed in Jervis  Inlet and covers an expedition to collect  marine specimens for Vancouver's aquarium The film contains" plenty of purpose  and action and there are fine photographic  studies of life below the surface. "Element  3" portrays water as .man's source of life  but also as the poetry of the earth. It  studies the universal problem of water  shortage and conservation with an ever  growing world population.  ,  "Island Observed" is a study of the 949  Spanish speaking inhabitants of Easter Island, a speck in the Pacific 2,200 miles  from the coast of S America. Included in  the film are glimpses of the famous Easter  Island sculptures The program Will be the  last in the series until after the New Year.  IN BRIEF  Mrs Ruby Warne was called to Trail  last week to attend the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs Beatrice Casey who was  killed in a car accident in the Kootenays.  Mrs. Warne's brother, George Casey is  making satisfactory progress after sustaining injuries in the same accident.  Mr Joe Sallis of Eureka is in St Paul's  Hospital and will undergo surgery this  week. 4  Recent guests of Mrs. B. McCaul were  her brother, Goldsmith Baisley of Edmonton, with his wife Hilda.  All tickets are now sold out for the  Christmas dinner at the Welcome Beach  hall on December 2nd. Ticket holders are  reminded that dinner will be served at  5:30 'P.m.,.  A cougar hunt which followed, a. cougar  to {pick up < any trace of the��� animal. The  ganie warden's dogs-went carefully over  th0 area where the < cougar 'was reputed'to  have been seen, but with no results. ��� '  -        " v   '   ' J *       "      a <*  Regional Board and  AW^a*1-**     r'A'i-^i-*'  .--.i *  GIANT PRE-CHRISTMAS  $500 FULL CARD  $20 Miiiimuiii Games  DOOR PRIZES   ; All -to- go---    Friday, 8 p.m. Dec. 8th  SECHELT RESERVE HALL  Limited tickets 901119 fast  PHotie 885r?509 *��� 385-2$51  NO MINORS UNDER 16  Secheit Totem Club  '"///M//////////M////M////////'  ELECTION ���# six directors for- jthe Sun-'  ishine; Coffsfc- Regional District Board  will -take plape op, Sdturday.v -December  9th, TJ^le^BoarJ has a itotal of eighth direc- <  tors; two being appoihted by the respective-village commissions, to represent Gibsons and'Secheit.   - <  - '  Candidates are: Electoral Areq,, A, Pender.- Harbour area: James H,- Tyner, acclamation. , * " 1-  Area B, Halfmoon Bay, West Secheit  area: A.- J. .Rutherford, Norman Watson,  Gordon Arthur, Potts.  < Area*<V Wilson Creek area: Eric Prit-  tie, Harvey Hubbs.  Area- D, Roberts Creek area: Cliff Gilker^ Hugh- Bernel Gordon, Ian Norman  MacLean. *  "Area" E,* Gibsons Rural: Frank West,  acclamation.  Area F, Granthams, Port Mellon: Lorne  Wolverton, Vmce Hartley Bracewell.  COUNCIL SLATE  Village of Gibsons Landing: Chairman,  Wes. Hodgson,- Fred Feeney, Commissioners! Ken Crosby, Jim Drummond, Jerry  Dicksbn.   ��� .' " '   7   ��� 'X '...��� ~:  Village of Secheit: -Chaimair, Joe Benner, BUI Swain. Commissioners: Chuck  Rodiyay, Harold Nelson,\ Philip- Gross.  Scholarship announced  byTimes publishera:  WHILE appreciating Jthe fact that a far  greater number of students graduate  annually from Elphinstone Secondary  School compared to the Pender Harbour  Secondary School, past graduation ceremonies have revealed an extremely small  number of scholarships and bursaries av-  - ailable to Pender area students.  Editor Doug, Wheeler'and Publisher Stewart Alsgard comes an announcement by  Mr. Alsgard that The Times will provide  an.annual scholarship of $100 in order,to  enable a student to continue with higher  ...'education.. :���,_ ,., .,_..,, �����._,,...,_..*���.  Further details as to qualifications will  be announced."later but-the scholarship will  be definite and not dependent upon last  minute percentage stipulations.  It is understood a local service club is  considering a similar- grant, this has been  approved by the executive but as yet to  be approved by the membership.  < In*  'W^iic^t^'l^emlKr'^'lMTf Tfie Peninsulo Ttif.es  Page 5  -.-��-_��� *       * n      ���  *    J-       *_ S '  Pender Highutes  -���by Donna Vaughan  FRIDAY, November 17 was Sadie Hawk-  ** ins-Day. It was also-the day on which  the slaves who had been' bought the day  before had to do their master's bidding.  Most people, including the- teachers.Vwoire V  some kind! of costume.     ;'"'"'. ', V  "The' slaves "'were- kept' busyJ carrying  books, crawling^oir their Jiands andVkneesj  aridi In"the case.of one person pushing a Vat. ���  sin up the hall with their nose. In case of  disobedience a karigaroo court was set up  in the library.  Rebellious- or Ia?y slaves .?  were < to stand* "trial7 be*ore this tribunal;X.  Brownie enrolrntv.*  Taking tlteir, first big step, into the  world of Guiding, five tittle girls  made the Brownie Promise last week  becoming Brownies of the 1st NWilson  Creek Pack. ^Latest members af this  world wide organization are: Lenore  Farrell, Karin Paetkau, Isabelle  Martinez and twin sisters Lynn arid  Lee Eberle. There are now 140 Gill  Guides and Brownies in the five  groups which form the Secheit Dis- ���  trict. .  ���'���:������-��� 7a';''":. :���''' ~  Lions Lafly'sfcht  YOUR SCHOOL BOARD-Second largest industry on the  Sunshine Coast.  YOU are shareholders - are YOU getting maximum  dividends? , ; ' t:x,  PROGRAMME  ���Tightening of administrative  costs.  ���Greater co-operation between  School , Board and Municipal  Councils.  ���More  information  published on  School Board expenditures.  More' financial support from the  Provincial Government.  DICK  RAN NIGER  FOR TRUSTEE ON DECEMBER 9,  1967  Resident of Gibsons for 3 years  Employed with B.C. Telephone Company for  18 years.  Member of Gibsons Volunteer Fire  Department.  Father of three school age children.  LETS HAVE BETTER COMMUNICATION  f/99  \  "V*l^-3*  ���H  .-����*  A doctor in Bangor was summoned one  day by an anxious father who said to him,  "Now, doctori~,Irwant>j'ou to treat my son  "*? '   iraTTE-.    ���J.*!*-*'"*"'-       -;-!-*���.  -     --J-*?.��.    ....    *  .just as :u;*Iv."^re.,.Raying.,7ou.,iorv;,?t".    ,..,,,;  !  i����WW*i*��**i**l*��**^l>WWlW*WW����*l*��'i*l*i**l��*'���'**���*��.��� ******** *��***����  i\\ . .0* ��� -  > *  in one of out' lovely ouffits  DRESSES and SUITS  for ��ayti^e m  ,   WiRTY; WEAR "'  Glittery, Beaded;'[[arid'  I    Brocade Tops  ��� .'..' !  We will be pleased to assist the  gentleman  shopper* to select  just  i tho right gift. .  We'll al.o gift wrap and hold 'till  Christmas.  wt  H. BISHOP'S  LADIES'WEAR  885-2002 -Secheit, B.C.  LADIES' V^EAR^ISxiURONLY'  BUSINESS  The s)avj_s^ however, were for the, most  part obedie'nf and I know of none who  stood trial.  The noon hour was extended to accommodate the Sadie Hawkins Day Dance.  Admission to the dance was ten cents  for those in costume and twenty-five for  those who wereh'��:: P^ap^AtHiit's what  furnished the incentive for so many people  to dress up.  The Peninsula Times is donating a $100  scholarship to the .graduating class of Pender. Mr. Hately also asked me to advertise..the.new-Drop, Off-Award, for^the student who drops off to sleep in class the  most throughout the year. Any contenders?  ���- There is a list of everybody's name  posted -up on the bulletin board at school  and along side it two dates.  These are       the dates on which these people will clean  up the gymnasium and the school yard.  Their job will include jpicMng up" lunch papers and other debris left by students after  they finished eating.  ���, I asked the students what their views    ,-���  were .;on ;. American*-policy   in: Viet-Naih. ��>y<  Qne; person, applauded the U.S. stand", a   ��� A,  few firmly opposedAt,^ while the. rest ex-  Pf-essed-, wishes a that the war end as soon  'as;^sslbieVb^cau^:^aVlot....of nbheombatahts,  especially   children,, were   getting   kiUed.  They, ,,said' .howeyer,   that, iii   war  such  things'..'always happened; and that someone    *  , ha��'/to be 'twere !to, stop Communism.  A Itj .would appear to .me that a lot of peo:  pie who 'are 'against the ���war really doiVt    ' ;  know jyhat it is all about, anyway. Many  of them weren't even- [aware of the American commitment tinder treaty with South  Viet-Nam :to .defend^ her., again aggression.  Jt seems strange'to me that people crit*  icijee; the ,Am$ricnns for, their stand  but  never, even,mention the .fact that the Iron  .......  Curtain countries are sehdihjg military supplies, to.,North Viet-Nam. It also doesn't  seem rights for people , to insist on an im- V 1  mediate,haU*|of U.S. bombing of North U  Viet-Nam while the .V,l,9t Copg keep on  their bombing and their infiltration into  South Viet*Namv  Friends of John Diinlop will be- glnd  to hear that he is now at home,In Egmont  convalescing after hh>.illness.  ' GATHERING bf*^about-~forty members of  ���r the Sunshine Coast Lions Chib and Lady  Lions proved one of the most successful  "Lady's Nights" to date with members enjoying-what was described as a "Fabulous  smorgasbord" at Ole's, CoVe Resort.  Evening events included induction into  vthe Lions Clhb of four new members ��� Harry Gregory, Pete Smith, Keld Hansen and  Herb  Stockwell.   Installation  was   carried  >.out by Chairman Zone 19A Joe Benner.  Highlight of the evening was presentation, -by Past President Fred Jorgenson, of  a Disthiguished^ Service Key;., for, outstanding endeavors iii membership pro^ to  Joe Beimer. Mr. Benner is himself Past  Charter President and was also* Charter  President of. the Kinsmen Club when first  formed on the Peninsula.���- -  5*^'^w.vw-^..aa^VX>w*-.^'v..^y?��:wa;^a^vjjvaav..v^  \7k^^%^\^A^^A%^^^  LOOOE  KINSMEN OF GIBSONS  8J  ti  -fi  m  .figs  Extension  Phones are  FAMILY  PHONES  Why ansWeMhe  phone always for  your teens,-when extensions cost sq little?  Ask about them at*-  Plus 20 games for $20 each  All prizes will g��  Place" Elphinstone Hgh School Auditorium  Time - Salidiy; December 2,1967 at 8 p.m.  Reserve your card by mailing a self  addressed envelope together with  $5.00 cheque or money order to:  Kinsmen Bingo - Box 22 Gibsons  or any mfemher at the door.  i # ��� # ��� i * ��� * *  _B  *SB  RURAL AREA "B"  Never attempt to mix dry-denning  fluids in the home.. Although the final result may' not be inflammable, some of the  ingredients may explode on, contact with  others, before thoy are sufficiently diluted.  ���Also, the toxic fumes emanating from tho  mixture could cause serious harm to a  porspn .mjixlng, and using; tltogo fluids.  NOTICE OF POUL  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)  Public nQtice is hereby given to the electors of the Rural /^rea aforesaid, that a poll has become necessary at the election for School Trustees now pending, and that I have grbn,ted such poll; and, further, that the  persons duly nominated as candidates at the'said election, for whom only votes will be received, are:  COME DM AND SEE HOW ��Oll S$W����  ^jtiMeiWni^WS^Iw-fcM^yiV*^^^'!^!*-^ t��*Hl^l#�� H*��M��*ii* is��i��^^P|��lI��"*rf��**��I��*,.��s*WVii*'1 I J*^*4W*r^��It^^*rtl*l^����W��l��*^W��*W��^"*^^     / fHf  ^B| ������  LliNCH +IME"isi-iciAI."  tljf*^��^^ki.1^16W��^W^^��^W^i^s>��*^��.Wi^h.it^.'^  Surname  Other Names  Term of Office  ALMOND  Harry J.  77A. 2 Yearn i'���'���.!'..  CRAMER  James Arthur  2 Years  DOUGLAS'  Donald Gardner  2 Years)  HORVATH  Joseph Roger  \., i.  2 Years  HOUGH  Norman Harold  2 Years  KITSON           ShcUa Adeline L  2 Yeart  Residential Address  Roborts CreeK. 7.,: 7X777' V..Vy!V"'"VA!,,  R.R. No. 1, Cemetery Roqd, Gibsons  R.R. No. 1, Gower. Point Road, Gibsons  ��� A. '���   ', ,     ,.' i,7' ,i , ,  R.R, No. 1, Gibsons  R.R. No. 1/ Pratt Road, Gibsons  R.R. No. 1, Henry Road. Gibsons  .^H*tSa^��ffi)at*(*��*����W��lMt**) 4WS.fi*.  Occupation  Carpenter  Kamyr Cook  Mcrchqnt     ,  Shipping Foreman  Dairy Farmer  MpUSQWllo,,  886-7117  Noon to i:3o p.wi.  MONDAY  TO FRIDAY -,  ��� IrJulty frioce ^Flavour Crisp'1  Chicken ���-���������French- Fries    ,  Yowr choice of a cool drink or hot coffee.  AUTHIS  IFOR ONLY  ��T*^-StAN^  Such poll will be opened at  BOWEN ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  GAMBIER ISLAND -VETERAN'S HALL  PORT MELLON COMMUNITY HALL '  LANGDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE, GIBSONS  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  ROBERTS, CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  DAVIS BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  SELMA PARK COMMUNITY HALL  On the 6th day of December, 1967, between thp hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. of which every  person Is hereby required to take patlco and govern himself accordingly. (  ��� !���]��  ': I  Given under, my hand at Gibsons Landing, this 24th day of November, 1967.  ;�� *^J%  **/,jMi^ Mi* ���*.,,������,     . ;  ^V-Kfj ��^fl*T^ ^iy ,,  ^���t^T^y-^;.*;.-% -y; 'f^-.1  ���^������y. ���._;,���-���! ��������. ^'ffiffif**1*1;*."  ,;--    *l..f,IV^.  ��� L_.,  __.V, ._....  -t ,..[... t,.,  .1  j        (    *l     .     a   ���*'������'  "' ."���- ���  ' "        ~ -a ;.,,-.,-,   . --���������*.   .'t....l''jJJL,��fr-*jr:i^M-Ut.-u.^   1,*-/. ... ���  f^*i_ti_  : y- ^ c ��� .-J* -.;��� ^- 'Ui   -y t.   ��-.'��� -y;  *.*���- W' v ������'<**��� "w*y d ���  'v'>;��'.-.:,.     *  !as'VtXsAsXs<%-  *���     V -\   .%   ft?���  LXiAX&XtuXai  The PfeninSuIci Times  ^tednesday7 November-297-1967  fir ��7 7, **��� <  $Vr Va��x .i  a I liKv     a  fa*    1*7     ^      n      }.-��  (-'fiA-' ^ ....... A  i Secheit Bowling  ���  \  ���by Eve Moscrip  j'^y^'AAFRANK   Nevens   cracked   the  900   barrier  A I -JAri ---^A���-'-Thursday   in   the   Commercial   League  ���''-���J;     &, A' rolling   a   whopping   906   (377.   298,   231).  tt  * A  t  1   7  *- A<  "������of-  ^  >  . r  ijySylvia   Jackson   was   high   lady   with   736  A(336)  U ^  ^LEAGUE SCORES  '   I a     Sports Ciiib: Jay Eidred 656, Roy Taylor  ?v��90   (325)  V   ; ��     Ladie*.    Rose  Rodway 633  (274). Sylvia  .j, Jackson 2S6,   Fran  Starrs 275.  ".,      Ladies   Matinee:   Pa;  Porter 64  ? Skytte 2il  Pendci     W:lf   Harrison   677   (291).   Roy  ^ '   Fenn 6-1   Isabel Gooldrup 2">4.  Ccmnurcial:   Frank   Nevens  *     298)  D-ek Clavton 814 (322); Bruce Redman  281.   R?g   Thomas   27S.   Lola   Caldwell  669  (271. 26U), 'Dennis  Gamble 281.  Ball and Chain: (Nov. 17) Terry Kwas-  ney 631 i284), Al Lynn' 6S5: (Nov. 24),  Sylvia Jackson 738 (335); Vicky Vesley  25S. Jack  Fisher  644   (298).  TEN PINS  Frank Jorgensen 361.(199), Doreen Mullen 182. Lola Caldwell 316.  (216,   211),  SCHOOL LEAGUES  Juniors:    Brad    Allen   427  "Susan Jcrgensen  278  (152).  Seniors:   Bob   Benner  420   (260),   Kathy  Hall 293 (148). Pat John 398 (259).  TYtSi AIRWAYS LTD.  Secheit 885-2214  Toll Free from Vancouver 685-4922  j*W   EACH  Secheit & Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  (Boyshore Inn)  Secheit Legion Division 4  Secheit   Legion   scored   a   fine   5-0 Marvin John, Dan Nestman, Randy  victory over Local 297, last Sunday Joe, Tom Lamb, Kirby Jackson and  and now face the future with confid- Warren Allan.   Front: Keith Jaeger,  ence.   Pictured with coaches Frank Ron Casey, Dave Taylor, Herb Ber-  Newton  and  Angus  Thodeson  are, dahl, Ian Yates and Gary Feschuk.  from  left,  standing:   Bill  Nestman,  Score 5-4 . . .  Pegasus defeats Langley  during thrills <& spills  l ���!  y  I'i  ..vv  i"  ���I;  ���������iii  V     <:'  #  VLXUUULWLXXJLnJUUUUUUJUU  Our CHRISTMAS STOCK has ARRIVED.  Shop Early for the Best Selection.  USE OUR LAYAWAY OR FAMILY PLAN.  A MARSHALL WELLS STORE  GIBSONS HARDWARE (1966) LTD. - 886-2442  ��� 1 !  I,-'  HWk*ft*Wa��**<|-'f lttVfM*��l affl--^Wlf(ttM-*<W-A.-iv^W>,^SH��t~'ft��l',iiWliai.t  Say Ypu Saw It In 'The Times'  FIRST CORRECT ANSWER DRAWN  Saturday, December 16th  WINS AN ELECTRIC TRAIN VALUED AT $40.00  PEGASUS F.C.  came from behind to defeat  Langley  Legion 5-4  at  Ambleside  Sunday.   It was  a  gariie  of thrills^;  spills  and goals.  Pegasus put on some early pressure and  .^llan Louie beat, the goalie but the fullback  picked up the ball before it crossed the  line to concede the penalty rather than the  goal, It was all in vain though as skipper  Russ Edmunds slammed home the penalty  kick. This roused the 'Legionnaires' and  within five minutes they were leading 2-1.  Both goals were scored on defensive l'apses  Gibsons bowling  THREE 700 triples for the men this week,  Freeman Reynolds 714 (261), Bill Ayres  741 (335), and Don.MacKay 761 Old)." For  the ladies, Doreen,Crosby 680 (268).  LADIES' COFFEE  ��� Violet Pennier 600, Melody Henry 510,  Carol Kurucz 586, Ann Johnson 579, Doreen  Crosby 577 (252), Irene Rottluff 584, Clara  Wilson 505, Darlene Maxfield 592, Alice Day  550, Hazel Wright 571, Iva Peterson 506,  Phyllis Hoops 564, Vera Farr 592.  GIBSONS A  . Maureen, Sleep 654 (241), Freeman Reynolds 690, Red Day 637 (278), Alex Robert-,  son 635, Helen Girard 679 (253) (262), Art  Holden 615 (278).  TEACHERS HI  ,'Art Holden603, Herb Lowden 604, Gene  Yablonski 246, Paddy Richardson 602,  Sylvia Bingley 607, Freeman Reynolds 71-i,  Helen Girard 621, Gary' DeMarco 633;  COMMERCIALS  Ffank Nevens 640, George Elander 2U,  Shirley Hopkin 631, Lionel McCraig 057  (24i), Lorne Gregory 614 (241), Doreen  Crosby 680 (266), Bill Ayres 741 (335), Jack'  Clement 607 (302), Murray Crosby 259,   PORT MELLON'  Don'' MacKay 761 (310) '(241), Jim  Thomas 653,, Bernard Little John,247v Hill  Ayres 694 (254). '   '  JUNIORS  Franlln Upborts 300.   -,  BANTAMS  Eric Hansen 227, Rancli Hanson 302  (181), Debbie Whieldon 237 (137).��� Debbie  Slcotlo 223, Mllly Armstrong 217, Mlchnul  Armstrong 259 (151),, . '  for which the 'Pegs' payed in full. Langley  dominated the game for the rest of the  half and tallied one niore gdial tc> take a  3-1 half time lead.  It was a much different Pegasus that  took the field for the second half. They  were the same players but were still stinging from a half-time tongue lashing from  the coach. Three minutes .after the kick-  off Russ Edmunds headed home a Roland  August cross and it was 3-2. Langley  scored next on a long high shot that caught  Bob Watson two steps ,too far out. Pegasus  pulled out all the stops after that and put  on a spectacular display. They hit their  third goal from,Allan Louie's header from  Gordie Dicks cross to make it 4-3 for  Langley.  . Still the 'Pegs' kept up the pace looking  for the equalizer which came three minutes  from full time. Russ Edmunds collected a  pass from his brother Lome and drove in  a sizzler to tie the game at 4-4. Langley  kicked-off and the 'Pegs' Joe Wilson moved  in and  stole  the  ball  and  pushed  a lead  pass through for Russ Edmunds who again  hit the mark for the winner and bring his  total to four goals.   John Duffy  was  the  hero of the  day  when with  the   Pegasus  goalie down and beaten he. cleared off the  goal line.. Final score;., Pegasus F.C. 5,  Langley Legion 4.  Verdict: A fine second half leani effort  to bring home the bacon.  Week-end soccer score  shows Timbermen ahead  WHILE coaches and linpsmen were suffer* ,  ~ ing cold toes, last Sunday, junior soccer  players were ou| in full force and once  again the Secholt Timbermen scored their  sixth shut-out of the season. Results received were as follows:  DIVISION 7 ,r  Canfor 0, Timbermen 2..;.,.,,  DIVISION 6  Braves 11, Tigers 0; Gibsons Legion 5,  Secholt Legion 0.  DIVISION 4  Totems 13, Madeira Park 0; Secheit  Legion 5, Local '297 0,  DIVISION 2  Gibsons, United 1, Westburn Coopers 10,  PIVISION 1  ,   Langley Legion 4,, Pegn.ius F.C, 5,,  fler^IoSServe ^You  Jj^AAEATTHM^m  YOUNG CHILDREN 4 . .  When you are gone will  yogi* children have a port  part time mother?  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r-byj^autiee H.smstreot   ** :_
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WELL, as I sit here loolting oUt' the window,
watching fall Jailing .alUver. the'Vace,
the the^rnometer.,'dropping ,to twenty five
.cJhIIs ^unnmgt.down-j^y .Twck, j\«aye. de-
cided that wintervhas' ,c"ome, andMh'ere "are
only twenty nine, clay/ leftVM' Christmas:'
Doesn't ,it jmake, you .Wnfler,' how Ithe
past year has  come  and >gone  so fast?
Well! (time only, standsa still .£or those who    1
don't really do,top much community .wise,    I
hofcby >wise, ;churc]it wise, -square,, dance
wise and so on.   Come to think of it, let's
take a look square dance wise.   We have
been in this' wonderful pasting'for almost
ten years.- Why I can remember, back in
1963,. July 14th, Cal and'.Ifepe -Tingley put
on a square dance salmon'b'ar-b-'q at their
place .which, was a'smashing hit with all
e. the square-dancers who attended. - Beth and
h Gerry Hook from Powell #iv,er were;guests
*J of the day.
On Oct. 26th, 1963, we" travelled"to. the
Gibsons Squarenaders^'hard times square
dance.   OnJ Nov.' 23ra\ ( 1983,' we took in
a round dance session 'at the 'Hopkins :Hall
under   the    professional ~\ instructions , of
g Harry   and   Frankie-VSommerville. from
*h Vancouver way.   We liked this so "much
I that we went back on Dec. 14thr.1963, and
u had another go at learning round dancing
I the proper way with the same teachers. -
$     /Did you know that on July 20th, 1963,
j Secheit lost one of its*oldest land marks,    f
't ItV was a sad day  when \h~e Spchelt Inn    r
h caught fire and was burned to a pdint that
made  rebuilding* Impossible   due ^to  .its __,
I former construction, now it is past histoVy.    *   ^S"f
"     Something coming this Saturday night      " -*51
at   the   Hopkins   Hall   with   the   Gibsons      -^cn*
t Squarenaders   and   their   popular   caller    « ,    ■        L
I Harry Robertson. Also for those who may Busy rehearsing for next imaay^ Anay Aisager, siepnen .tioops, line
I be interested, rferry'hasl^beiinr^er^clals night^sf Scoutt (^ntennial Caper are^ Bi#u, „Rpy Christiansen. Centre:
ton Thursday nigMis, iiffleWhere^m Gitsons, tubs' "of' Gitisohs % Pafck who will). JVfjjiistefcSl, Ken. Hincks, .. Leigh ,Wol-
Ewhy not phone Harry at 886-9540. Oh! .by enafct* a parody on the B.C. Legis-; vertcm, Scott Forsy the, Bill Christian- ,
fthe way, Bud Blatchford has a group of lature. Members of the-gallery-are, sel^Wayiie Wolverton, Keith Com-
' square dancers started at Port Mellon; (I back' rowsfrom left: Guy Fisher, ea%, ::Pats. Gaities,^Hahdy^;Watson.
^ ?iv „?«f you are down in that area,   Ricky Delong,' Brad Quarry, ~Mark   Fiona Dean .Goddard, Paul .Walters,
[ ^TairasiVtTZ IJT ew?u ¥4^>7F*m yf^f T P*^!don; Trevor Q^arry ^*
be'glad to give you the^detalls. " " '  *"   iBuelde,* John, ¥pten,   Bobby  L£ird,    Ryan Matthews * * $
f     -Well, I'm sorry, I wwiltfiiiie ^stay'a  ■*'   ' '*'•'•  V '' ' """ ; ' .   .    «  *"*■  4 *'       :     ' ~    : " '
little longer, with you* but! must get along
now, however, if you pick tip'the Secheit
Times next week, you will find ffie on hand
for a short visit, see you at the square
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-—by Rob Boyes and Marilyn Hopkins
The fundamental and unresolvable contradiction in the  male nature is that no
LAST Monday morning, an assembly was went on; a mushroom hunt last week and"
held with, a short skit put on by a few collected 30 varieties of mushrooms, some
members of the Students Council. The of which were edible. The grade 11 stud-
brave ones being John Barnes, Karen Kar- ents have been carrying on experiments
father of 40 wants his daughter to do what ateew, Rita Ono (who would make anyone with saliva, which they affectionately ter-
he wanted other men's daughters to do a great grandfather), Steve McCourt (who med "gob",
when he was 20.      ..■„..                        .           shouldn't .play the part of a  yillian,  not On  Friday   at ...i$pn,. another ^
good for the president of our Student Coun- staff volleyball game was held! The junior
cil, but we know it was all in fun)  and reps   played   members  of the   staff.  The
Mary   Lamb,  who   reminded  us  when to staff won the first game  (15-13).  Junipirs
laugh, etc. and gave us a general outline ' were winning the second game (11-5) \vften
of the story. the bell rang, so the juniors won on .total
Two of the "behind the scenes" people points. Congratulation, Juniors!
were Carol Procknow? and Donna Bjornson. This doesn't look too good for our sen-
We hope that this will spark some enthus- iors, for they only /tied with the teachers,
iasm for. future plays. The gym was packed with spectators who
In  the  near   future,  there wil be  a could cheer their favorite team loudly, or
"Who's Who"assembly. All club presidents "boo" the teacher whogave hirn "lijies"
arevgoii^-';!lo;:'.-givev,reports on what-their last week* Actually reyer-yone^ was,a.^gpod
clubs are doing or have done. This is iri- sport—better luck next time, teachers,
tendedfto give the students a better idea Wanted—by authorities, a super sniffer
of what is  going on ih Elphie. It  may to detect cigarette smoke, up to any dis-
dra^ ajVfe\y new^ members for the various tance.-                   '^   •          V7 777A''''XA7X''
clubs. The Year Book Club is now' taking —'■—-7——. —-.,. y
deposits so they can get an idea of how Human  brain:   instrument  that   starts
many year books, they will sell. Merchants working the minute you get up and never
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and December 17
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\ .so delightful anytime !/,
Thii idvcrliiomcnl i> not published ot ditplkyetf
by lh« Liquor Control Board or hv Iho Government
ol British Columbi*.,
in the district are being sought for spon
sors. We'd. like to thank Pender High. for
coming down to our.district and stealing
our sponsors. We hope wc can do something just as rotten for them sometime.
We'll just have to whip them,.in our ypl-
leybnll  game's,  (lots  of  luck, teahi),  :■' •
Speaking of games, our team travelled
to Squamish on the weekend. We'll have
the results for next week. The next tournament is on December 9tlly
Our grades 11 and 12 biology students
stops until you get to!the office.
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Public notice is hereby given to the elector^ of ^tliej,Sunshine Coast
Regional District that I'require the presence oT the.said Sectors at the
Regipnal-District Office, Davis Bay, on Monday the 27th day of
November, 1967 at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the
purpose of electing persons to represent them as Directors for a two
year term, '■'•     A,  . .. /■■ ,,.'■ . :'■;•-,    ,[■■■• ,.,, .:.
The mode of nbminatioh of candidates shall be" as follows;^*
Candidates shall be nominated in writing by t^vo duly qualified electors
of the Regional District, The nominaton--paper shall Be delivered to th,e
Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice and noon
of the,day of nomination. The nomination-paper may be in the form
prescribed, in the Municipal Act, and shall state the name,' residence,
and occupation of the person nominated in such manner as to sufficiently Identify such candidate. The nomination paper shall' be sub"
scribed to by the candidpto. ,....,..,,.,.,......■        .■/..-.'
In the event of a poll being necossary, such poll will be opened at:1
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Box 489 - Secheit
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Electoral Area "E"
Gibsons, Elementary School
Electoral Area "F"
Langdale School
.Granthams Community Hall
Madeira Park School    ,
Hospital Cottago Clubhouse,
Garden Day
Egmont School
Electoral Aroa "B"
West Secheit School
Hdlfniobn Bay Post Office
Electoral Area "C"
Whittaker Block, Dayls Bay
on tho Ninth day of December, 1967, between the hours of eight o'clock
In the forenoon and eight o'clock In tho afternoon, of which every
person Is hereby required to take notice arid govern himself accordingly.
GJvon under my hand  at  Davis Bqy this Thirteenth  day ,of
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on tho market thb rolotlvely small,number of, |bpg,^
unconsciously pushed Into tho background, Is this hoppenl,na(to?honey?!lf'so Itjls,
time to talk In glowing torms about this outStandfiiO;naturQ|.ts\yeot. Pcttor.^
with poaches and othor fruits In season now Is thbulrnoiTO.buy^.sbfjrio honoyandis^o
for yourself hovy.much tho flavor of honoyodds totholfrultiwhenusodiwlthjltilri
various ways. ',   , , » Ai \r ' ,;•, , ...i,i ,„■'....',,   y..Asi:.;'
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Combine honey, s^gar, salt and cream In saucepan!'Hoat, stirring constantly over low heat until sugar Is dissolved."Cool; Makes 6 to 8 sorvlngs. If a    ■
clear sauco Is proforrod uso 2 tablespoons of water In place of, tho croarjm.
Put sorvlngs of |co croain In shorbot glosses, Arrongo sliced pedchos around
Ico crca. four Honoy Soucopyof,|op.
Makoa syrup of honoy, sugar nnd wator, using M cup honoy, % cup sugar  .'
Io 2 cups water. Drop pooled poaches, cut In halvos'oi* thick slices Into hot ?yru'p,
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f i ���j'1;'-,.*.',  K\X\7?i\\ $ iWA$*<-Xn'r VLXU<\  --�� l Kt,    ,    I    ,  H   (  i i"  v  rat  ft'  If   H  IfMi  Th�� Peninsula Time*    GuiltV nlea  |!#Times special feature  v *������  * ^N��**<  A A  *A!f>  Page 8  ~ WednesdayT-Norember 29, 1967  *���:'���'*.'���:  *$f  A  presents the candidates  |'\f- * SMARTED   by   the  Times   previously,   we Exceptional   interest is   indicated   this  X^-X V&gain take pleasure in assisting voters ytear with many new faces on the scene  agd'candidate"?  with a picture  sketch of which is sufficient to warrant an unusually  <fie .candidates for" Board of School Trust- large turn out at the polls. Missing from  i_.^ _ 1 'II i. ~1-       ��.*..-. 4-.. ua a.-.*.       a~7\-**\     l��       1 \T��-��� _-��__     TT        TT 1- \_"  >* . **-  i.V  !A J  tegs. As usual we will next week feature  council candidates together with, for the  fil&t time, candidates for the position of  Director  to  the  Regional  District  Board.  our sketch is Norman H. Hough who was  unable to drop in for a picture. He has  served previously as a trustee. Mrs. Peggy Volen is also understood to be seeking  re election but was not contacted in time  for this week's publication  8  .      .:���:*���������-    ;  h  i < *  ��t  t :  ".��  M-  h  MM,  "5  ii!  ' 1  1    t  a ��  /  *��� +4* ****���> *��  Mr. James A. Cramer  New candidate for School Trustee,  Mr. Jim Cramer has been nominated  to represent Rural Area B of the  Secheit School District. President of  the Gibsons Kinsmen Club, Jim has  lived in the area for 16 years and at  Gibsons for 14 years. He is the father  of three children aged 4, 7 and 11  years, and his wife Roberta is a  member  of   the   Gibsons * Kinettes  Village legal proceeding  by-law strength  _^___OjfM  t     *���* h.     *&v.*��gS'5SA3��.3  Mr. Joe Horvath  Seeking re-election,, representing  Rural Area B of Secheit School. District, present Chairman of the School  Board Joe Horvath is vitally interested in Education. He has been a  trustee for four years and chairman  Employed as a Kamyr operator at *��r  three, years  and  has  attended  C.FP,   Howe  Sound  Division,   Mr. J0*^ c^erenc^ Married and the  Cramer has been interested in com- g*�� of two children aged 7 and 9  munity work for many years and is j& Horvath has been a resident of  also an active member of Local 297 ^J^J^K^LlL^Zl^ ft  rnation  to  be  mvolved  in   service C  R R Howe Sound Dlv'  work for the  community  and  will  look after the taxpayers interests.  Mr. Harry Almond  A well travelled man, Mr. Harry  Almond is seeking election as School  Trustee representing the Rural Area.  A resident of Roberts Creek for the  past 8 years, Mr. Almond who is the  father of three children aged 4, 6 and  12 years was born in England coming to Canada 17 years -ago. He  served in the Royal Air Force in  S.E. Asia and Burma and"spent 4  years in New Zealand. A carpenter  and building contractor, Mr. Almond  has some excellent ideas which  could save taxpayers money anct is  interested in construction of schools.  He believes that more consideration  should be given to simplieation of  school design, possibly through a  central planning office.  VILLAGE clerk Dave Johnston informed  council at its last meeting, Tuesday,  November 21st, that legal action taken out  by the village against a Vancouver man  who brought in a home from Vancouver  after' being told by council it would first  -have to be approved by the Village Building Inspector, was brought before the  Magistrate last week.  Robert Holden stated in cdhrt that while  in some ways he did not feel inclined to  enter a plea of guilty he had been advised  by his lawyer to do so but would make his  statement later.  This it. appeared involved a legal technicality in that the home, was actually  purchased by hil wife. Further, the home  had been approved as fully up to standard  in Vancouver and as there was an element  of rush regarding the moving, he felt there  would be no problems involved.  ," Guilty-as charged, Mr. Holden was fined  $25.  Mr. Johnston advised council that the  accused had also complained of no action  ;_ taken on his application which it appears  he had mailed off October 6th. This, said  the clerk, reached the Municipal Office  October 10th and a reply advising Mr.  Holden of Council's  action regarding  an  ; inspection, was mailed off on the 13th.  Chairman -Wes Hodgson commented, that  this action by council would show that  council has every intention of enforcing its  -by-laws.  -'    The clerk commented that the application has now been dealt with and a permit  granted subject tb -approval of the building  inspector.  Following tjie example of other larger  communities, Council has approved ja bylaw permitting pre-payment of taxes at the  rate of 5 percent annually. This interest  will be paid the taxpayer from the time  faxes are paid, in advance, up to June 30th  7but will apply only-up to May -15th������   Mr. Johnston pointed out that normally  when taxes fall due, council has had to  borrow in the interim and pay interest  accordingly, it is therefore only fair that  those'who. pay iri advance be paid interest.  The owner of a property on Wynn Road  has, agreed to sell a portion to the Village  in-order to' permit "an access road. The  Chairman stated that this would be the  first time action has actually been taken  on a Town Planners' recommendation. It  was moved that council accept option to  purchase, payment to be made in February.  J M M M �� M ��� #��������� ��� t t ���*,# t .��� t t t t t #' ��� �� i  ��� * �� * t *t #����*�������� *"-������*:# ����*���������<  TWILIGHT THEATRE  886-2827  Gibsons, B.C.  WED. 29 - THUR. 30 - FRI. 1st - SAT. 2nd  ffl p-ess-ft  A KENNETH HYM^ PR00UCTI0K  ":>:���  n^i,:  :t<A�� ^V^WETROCOIOR"''  ���Cl��.,*YfV  ���~.U   fc aa  ��jy- ,'i-* jy  MONDAY ond TUESDAY 4 and 5  THE PLEASURE SEEKERS  IN COLOR���    ADULT  NEXT WEEK - DOUBLE FEATURE  WILD WILD WINTER  AND  THE PAD AND HOW TO USE IT  IN COLOR  TABU - In Color   Restricted  COMING FOR CHRISTMAS  THE SOUND OF MUSIC  s   V  _*  v,-j  *     ������**���/*��  +   *    4*>-,     /V  Mrs. Shiela A* Kitson  Youngest candidate to seek election  as School Trustee representing the  Rural Area, Mrs. Kitson has been a  resident of Gibsons for 5 years. A  graduate nurse in Ophthalmic and  General fields, Mrs. Kitson comes  from England and is the mother of  two, young children agecj 4 and 5  years: Mr. Kitson, who is, a graduate  of U.B.C. is a civil engineer at Can-^  adian Forest Products, Howe Sound'  I>ivisipn: With more leisure time  now, that the children will soon be  attending schfool, Mrs. Kitson is ���  anxious to be of service to the community.  i'*jmT\y7 7PrA^i21" W ''X; WJTOtf           ���    '*$?��%  Mrs.   Agnes   Labonte  Nominated for school trustee representing, the Village of Gibsons, Mrs.  Agnes Labonte is extremely active  in community affairs. Before her  marriage she worked for a school  board as secretary in elementary  and secondary schools. She has been  a leader in Guiding for thirteen  years -and recently retired as Division Commissioner. She has also  been very active in the Gibsons PTA.  Mrs. Labonte is the mother of tw#  daughters aged 10 arid 12 years; her  husband is employed at the Howe  Sound Division of C.F.P. Ltd. where  he is a Kamyr operator.  Itt   it** (*����*,"���� ** m*  #* I  ij��^m���fcsii^iVii��faif��iRW's*ii(* nv I /ijj^ni^iw^w^^^feiMiwu^ews^^'^^  ^ , Mr. Don Douglas  "iSeeking re-election for Rural Area  B of .School District No, "40, Mr.  Douglas is just coming to the cnci of  a two year term of office and was  recently, appointed President pf the  South Coast Branch of tho B.C. School  Trustees Association for, a two year  - term:* Mt*r Dou$a,<rwifc-Virginiar ir  Girls Counsellor at the Squamt.sU  Secondary School and they have two  married daughters, and a son In  grade   12.    Sincerely  interested   in  mmr'mrnmm^'^^c^^ri, Mr;  D0Uglas":owns" his**own* business Jn  Gibsons which he opened six years  Ago, He is plso, President of Uio  Gibsons Kiwanis Club and served n  two year term on Uio Board of  Trustees of St. Mary's Hospital. With  six candidates seeking three seats on  iho School Board representing the  ^^ Rural Area 3, Mr. Douglas states  ���>f^f��>^Y^'^'^m^ttiut' tttf"*t9' very *ploas(Hi' to -see- 6Mon  l^^i4*-t^bf14'i,Ws*s*T"**"rilsitjannD'St;"'in"*t3te"e1iccU6ri-*which -takes  tt\\- \ ���;"'    .pH^ <^* Wednesday/ December ojalj.  ^'W^.s-'.v'iv,.^,,.^:     \%^^^A^X-- : ."  I (I.,  1.1, I  1 ��� t i  7A  '��� ;v-'  I III!  \.fit�� w I  '1  nlMf  Ai  Mr. Dic;k  Rannlger  Seeking to represent the Village of  Gibsons' on the School Board, Mr.  Dick Rannlger has a very definite  program and is anxious to keep the  public better informed on School  ,I3oard��.expendlturcs.�����A.ircsidont^of-  Gibsons for tho past three, years, Mr.  Rannlger is a micro wave and maintenance technician with tho B.C.  Telephone Co., where he has been  employed for. 18.years.;Ho Is also an -  active member of the Gibsons Volun-,,  teer Fire Department. His wife  Marilyn, is a leader with the 3rd  Gibsons Brownie Pack and they have  three children, aged t>, 8 and 0 years.  %       r    i        i ���    * .      ���    .  We've been,paying cmploymcnl insurance for years by.gnthering  seeds to plant trees unci jobs for lho future,  *>Tature-will-eveniuH!ly-rci>lant-��-1oggcd-forcst-��^  do it in her own sweet time Even then, she won't necessarily seed the  area with the most desirable species. Wc give her a hand by planting  young seedlings to replace the trees wc harvest. Sounds easy, but there's a  catch; Trees produce good seed crops only qnee in every three  to ten years. So when a bumper cone crop docs come alonS,. we  gather, all we can for planting hi the lean years. ��� r  1966 was a good year for tree seed si When the crop was ripe  and ready, our forest crews hand-gathered Almost four million cones.  From these, more than 84 million tiny seeds were extracted,  cleaned, tested and cold-stored. As wo need them, these seeds will bb  planted and nursed along into sturdy seedlings, Then we'll  replant them where they'll do tho most goouV ,      _��� a.  '   Jty taking the initiative from nature, we're building a forest  that grows more productive each year. In British Columbia, that's  employment insurance for everyone.  !��Ap��^*aW5Wlfo��^ W��HJ��M ���(W^^t^.^rttK'itJiWtlWitjRlS*^ miji^lBlWSiaiMl.;*  '*, I  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Pott Off fee Dlda,, So-chelr * Phone 885*2333  TUESDAY���'11:00 o,m. to 7:00 p.m.  "THURSDAYS���11;00 o.m, to 7;00 p.ni,""  SATURDAY^3:30 p.m. to 7:0C\ p.m.  tVJacSV35!!arB Bloedel Limited  mmmmmmmmmm'  ���t-  mm  ..,,.. 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