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 I I   I  . -a.^.1���..-~v_ .�����  ***��*���  ���MA^ulf>^�� jl^WV-^^-Vt*  !9  I  I  l  ^  1  Launches fund . . ���*      , '  Public minded citizen aids  Secheit Centennial project  77x7MM7a  Canadian tlicro Data Ltd*  2182 West I2t(h Ave.  VaaSGttVejT 9, fl.c.  "      (~2     ~a  WORK commenced last week on Sechelt's  Centennial projecWthe first public library to be -built in the progressive little  village.  It is combined project of Secheit, Redrooffs and Halfmoon Bay. Community contributions and Federal-Provincial contributions are all going into the structure so  that it will'be as large as possible.  This meant there would be no funds  for such items as fixtures and tiles for the  floor. A very public-spirited citizen happened to be passing when the concrete floor  was being laid and on learning this, immediately started a fund raising campaign  which is growing steadily. Tiles for the  floor are now ensured and it is hoped there  will eventually be sufficient for the other  fixtures.  It is understood that many organizations have promised' to clo such work as  laying the tiles ahd painting. The Brownies  are going to maintain the little garden in  front.   ���  ���( The building is to be constructed by  attractive entrance befitting a Centennial  Norm7 Franklin, who has designed a most  project and a capsule containing 'Centennial coins, and' medallions will be placed  in the concrete when the library is opened  in the early part of December.  Excitements is running high, especially  a'mongst the volunteer library staff who  are looking forward to having a permanent and modern home. Last week they  were busy choosing the color for the tiles.  The building is centrally located on Trail  Avenue near the Cowrie Street intersection on land formerly owned by Mrs. Alice  French, who sold the property to the Village of Secheit specifically for the library.  Anyone wishing to boost the growing  fund is, invited to drop a donation into the  Bank of Montreal, Secheit.  Serving the Sunshine Cobst, (Howe-Sound-to JferWs Met), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Londing, Granhom's Londing, Gibsons, Roberts Craek/.  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Secheit, Halfmoon 6oy, Secret Cove, Pender   Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egrnont.  ��*#*. *fl-IM      ��� ���**-.  Machine shop > . .  ezoning proposals  appro v����l by council  BULK of the last meeting of Secheit Village council, was devoted to rezoning  proposals involving the area from the vacant lot between Tyee Bait Products and  P and A Cafe and down Porpoise Bay Road  to the power line?  Area from the.Cate to Standard Motors  in presently zoned industrial and plans  call for rezoning it back to commercial only. -From the forestry station to the power  line wil be industrial on the west side of  the road and semi-industrial on the east  side. These are tentative plans and will be  subect to a hearing in due course.  Clerk Ted Raynor said he had had a  short discussion with Mr. Jawanda of the  planning department of municipal affairs  who had indicated general approval of the  proposals subject to deletion of transportation and truck terminals, bottling works,  ...cajuung^pa^  merits from the  proposed  semi-industrial  zones.  Other stipulations agreed to by council  include a 25-foot frontage setback with  parking requirements the same as present  commercial; dwelling units permitted either above or at rear of premises but part  of the premises with a minimum floor  area of 400 square feet and separate access.  Both Commissioners L. Hanson and R.  Clarke opposed the 25-foot front yard but  Chairman Bill Swain cast the deciding vote  in favour.  The-proposed changes stem from an  application some months ago, by a local  man for construction of a machine shop  with living quarters above. The area inyol-  rezoning."  GARBAGE  DUMP  Commissioner Hanson reported that  work had been carried out at the garbage  dump but little more could be done at this  time. He suggested rat poison be obtained  and pointed out that the area should now  be policed by the property owners as previously promised.  "We have gone as far as we can right  now and I notice they have not posted  signs forbidding dumping," he said.  The clerk said the company has asked .that they be notified when the dump is  cleaned up and suggested they be notified  accordingly.  MAY  DAY  Letter was received from the Sunshine  Coast Lions Club outlining expenses incurred in sponsorshipyof. the 1967 May:., Day  event. These totalled $653.88 of which council made a contribution of $400, the balance provided by the Lions.  Council agreed the club had done an  extremely fine job. Chairman Bill Swain  commented the letter could indicate a suggestion of a- larger grant- next year.  -  SENIOR   CITIZENS  Comm. Hanson reported on progress  made by the Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens homes project which he said is planned to go ahead shortly. He displayed an  artist's impression of the proposed homes.  Plans call for a total of 20 units eventually but about half that number are gazetted for the first phase. The unit wiU in-  Electronic equipment __,_ m         -     .  Nursing staff of St. Mary's Hospital, Mrs. Pat de St. Remy, Miss Blanca XllIlBS CirCUIStlOIl  Secheit demonstrate the very latest Reyes,   Mrs.   Marjory   David   and .....,...,���  equipment   in   the  JHospital ��� the patient for tiie occasion, Mrs. Evelyn Tioc  YQ.PfiYt\   T'nTlfi'ff  "Heart: Monitor" purchased by the Cochrane.    Miss   Filler   and   Miss **Clo 1 CbUl U  1 lUlUll  six Ladies Auxiliaries in the district. Reyes are both from tiie Philippines.  From left are: Miss Marcelina Filler'  Executive change in  Tourist Association ,  SUNSHINE, Coast Tourist * Association, as  anticipated, has almost faded out as far  as the Peninsula is concerned following the  annual meeting October i5th in Powell  River at which a new slate of officers  ��� was elected.  Position of president has been accepted  by <k>lin Bye of Powell Riyer, Whp tikes  oyer the rpins from Len Larson of Madeira Park. Mr. Larson has occupied the  position for some years and has had to  make the best of a steadily declining membership. He was elected to the,position of  vice-president. Laurill Kilborn has been  replaced as secretary by Linda McMasters,  also of Powell River.  Directors are:  Bob  ATolin,   Powell! River;  W.   Birkett,   Pender  j ���   / . ��� .     i  Harbour; 'Guy Winning, Halfmoon Bay.  Both Gibsons and Secheit are as yet, unrepresented.'  W. Birkett reported that Pender Harbour has had a very good year and if  visitors continue to come in such numbers  the future of the area is ensured. He said  the entire Peninsula is expanding and developing new services, however, indifference is experienced as far as the Association is concerned.  "Thinking is inclined to be parochial,"  he said.  Vote winner  Former M.L.A. deplores  area invol-    elude a Uving-dinihg room, bedroom, closet    Vanbbnvett ..Stmi; news story, i  vedis   presently   commferciata^idei*&^^ its<ri��f^^-saW/'v".^  but a machine shop is classified as an industrial undertaking, thereby necessitating  small patio and floor  area   will  be  426  square feet for each unit,  FORMER New Democratic MLA Tony  Gargrave, who lost his seat in the last  provincial election to Isabel Dawson, Social  Credit, though retired from the political arena ,., submitted the following.; comments ...to._   The Times last week in which he questions promises made by bis successful opponent.  He states:  I read with interest the story in the  Vancouver Sun of October 10, 1967 -by Da-,  vid Ablettj concerning the poor ferry ser--  vice to. Texada .Island.  Harold,K.' Eggen complained about the ,  poor terry-service to Texada Island in the  "'   ;   ,; "    ~ ; Mi*., Eggen,;  votediNDP-f  We, were always - blackmailed -on the question of the ferry.r So in the last election the  Socreds promised us a ferry."  The story said, "Anyway, says Eggen,  Mrs. Dawson came over to Vananda after  theelection;; and, said, there would _ be. an-:  other ferry forthwith."  In the 1966 Provincial election, Mrs. Isabel Dawson, Social Credit candidate, promised a hospital to Ocean Falls, a highway to the interior for Bella Colla, improved ferry service to Comox for Powell  River and black tops for roads on "this Secheit Peninsula. All they had to do was  vote out Gargrave, the Social Creditors  said:*: -A aA'a- ���������**��� A A ;- ; .A--' A.-*. :  %til^^ Coola is so  mad that they purchased -advertisements  in the Vancouver Sun" to protest; Seehelt  residents are speaking put in the local  weekly Peninsula Times; and Powell River  residents are still getting seasick on the  Comox Queen. Ocean Falls is still waiting.  Though lam now retired from political  life to the quiet practice of law, ��� I can't  help but comment on the lack of wisdom  o,f candidates from any'political party gathering votes on the promise of government  services.  TIMES circulation, took another leap last  week with a press run of 2108 papers.  Present average circulation for the oast  few months is 1764 compared to our official  average taken last March for the preceding year and showing a little better than .  1,500 fully paid circulation..  On present figures, indications are that  by next summer we will reach a 2,000  weekly paid figure. This is exceptionally  encouraging and will be appreciated by ad-  "vertisersr whb^natiirally "expect the greatest  coverage for their advertising dollar. It is  also encouraging to the publishers to experience such a spiral for The Times has  yet to reach its fourth year Of publication.  He added that there was almost a breakaway in the Pender area and Secheit  Chamber of Commerce has already set up  a committee to study tourist promotion  with a view to setting up its own organization. "This might not be disastrous if  liaison can be established between the  Chambers of Commerce and. the association," he added.  Bob Jolin, reporting for Powell River,  stated that tourism is up about 12 percent  which: isvery5 <^  ment publications which show those^ ;pla|es  not enroute to Expo were down slightly.  Only bottleneck is the Comox ferr^ :.which  is anything but perfect, he said.       ;1  Sinclair Road next  1<lf WW  given pavm  SSH7HItC@S  CLOSE behind,-formation of a committee    will follow up on Irvine's Landing, Egmont  v jS^^iny^tigate tomist ^nraotioh in, the ^ 'and Francis.Peninsula Roads, paved.dur-,  ���Secheit 'area'-'by;^the*Secheit ChamberT6f    ~��� ^    "    ' ���"   ���..-   ---.   ���      -  Commerce,  Pender Harbour  and District  Chamber at its last meeting discussed the  possibility of producing, a brochure for the  Pender' Harbour area.  Discussion followed a number of requests by business people in the area for  such a brochure biit no decision was arrived at. a  Still pushing for and getting payed  roads in, the .district, the Chamber was, informed by Mr. J West that Sinclair Bay  Road is to be paved next summer. This  Arts Council sponsors . . .  Arctic slide col  to be shown on  ection  eninsuln  Almost complete  With tho crowning of the retaining Sceptre Dredging Co. was busy filling  wall and the dredging of the; wharf- in tiie rock-blasted area which it is  ago'.area, Sechelt's harbour of refuge understood will be the site for an oil  is   almost   complete.    ]Last' week   company which is to locate there.  _,       n . ' nil. , -    I"        --     -    ���   ���I'.         "   '~    ~'   "~      "     -    -  "-    ���-������   -   ���    "   ���-  ���    ���        - ������       i ���������      ,��� ,--.,���   ,    -  ,���.���  teaching simplified . > ���*���  Initial Teaching Alphabet  subject of PTA discussion  and wns returned to the PTA following the  collapse of tho centennial pool project, Tho  PTA hopos, the, money can bo usod. ns soon,  ns possible cither to finance suggestions  nlrcady In hand or tp get export acoustical  ndvlco,  Tho PTA will assist Mr., J. C. Bell tho  District Librarian with a book display to bo  held In tho Gibsons Elementary School  gymnasium Oct. 187, ���-.���������  A workshop on leadership and public  relations is being arranged for PTA and  FROM mushing with a dbg team across  the howling wilderness of the arctic'  making 'routine visits to lonely Igloocd  outposts, Ross Gibson, recently retired from  the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, hns  brought his family to live In Gibsons, whore  '  <w*x. "-"v    lncy  nro h��PPNy  absorbed in community  "'*��y?^7    affairs.  "*��� *Ak*-.ff!*��' During his' years with the force Mr. and  Mrs. Gibson spent seven years In the east-,  crn  arctic,  in northern Quebec  and  tho  North West Territories.  K WflSf WUKtWttlS-SWWjaW11  Historically, this was an', exciting, time  to live In the north; During tho fifties Can*  nda'.s arc|lo Islands'Suddenly became strat*  eglcnlly Important, oyce), for a variety of  reasons by Russia, the States and Den*  mark, It was deckled by tho Canadian  Government that tho Islands previously  known as the Arctic Archepolago and, up  lo that time uninhabited, should bo ronam*  ed the Queen Elizabeth Islands and a Can-  will show some of his collection of colour  slides and photographs and; tell of their  experiences In part of Canada's vast ,and  beautifuj northland, in, three centres, sponsored by tne Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  Also displayed will bo Eskimo' carvings  and prints from their collection.  Theso illustrated talks will bo given iri  Pender Harbour I^ov,, 2 at 8 p.m. in the  secondary ,school auditorium,;, in Secholt  Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. in tho elomentary school  hall and Sat. Nov. 4 at Elphinstono Second*  ary  School, auditorium.       Admission wiU he $1.25 for adults, 75c  for students and OAP with a 25c reduction  for all members of tho Arts Council.  ing the past year or "so.* Members ".agreed  to next inform the Department of Highways that it is the wish of the Chamber  that Maple Road and-Bradwyhie Road;4Eg-  mont, be given7 top^^priority^ffiii^piving of  Sinclair Bay Road. y  Following.a report on matters relating  to freight ratesl A.Xloyd stated the'Piiblic  Utilities Commission lias extended:, an ^invitation to a committee'[,^b meet; with ihe  rboard in Victoria, for furthervdikussiw oh  the "situation. Investigations ��� aire continuing  by the committee. '���'!AiA<:'*,',;-'  ^ Need for establishment of an RCMP detachment in the area was, subject' to serr  ious discussion and approval was given a  motion by D. Cameron that a request' be  made, to this .effect.  ,;,  Members apprpveld a suggestion by H.  Whittaker that official recognition be sought  regarding  heroism > of, Carol Johnson,  responsible for saving the life of her companion,  Roddie Webb, thrown from Jiis boat  when it struck an object. He was out? badly  ��� when caught up. in the  propellor of  the  outboard  motor and clung  to logs while  Miss Johnson swam, and ran a considerable  distance for aid after pulling him to safety.  D. Cameron moved the Department of  Transport be asked to supply a Coast Guard  vessel to look-.after fish boats, any,'time  there is a fishery in the Queen Charlottes  and to remain during the, fishing season.  It was also agreed to ask. the department  to move, the light on Cockburri Point out  onto the rock of Cockburn and that a spar*-  bouy be placed on tho rock on the east  corner of Skardon Islands.  MLA Isabel Dawson, 'Minister without  Portfolio, is to bo invited to attend the next  meeting of tho Chamber.  y,~  THERE Is a story going around Gibson's  Elomentary school,that tho mother,of a  Grade one pupil was  considerably  upset  when her .child brought' homo a picture of  an apple 'labelled a >pl and Insisting that  the" teacher had written It that way,  ,    .-^^.^^, ^^^^^^^^^ ^rii"! ��'"^fii ��^ '^�� ���Fi^L'Totr"' I" IT* v VM1 *rtT>����l I -  ���ing,   l.T.A. stands" for the Initial Teaching  Alphabet, a system devised hy Sir 'John  Pitman to simplify'tho teaching of reading,  Mrs,, Peterson, who Is starting nor  fourth year using l.T.A. at Roberts Creek  School was to have been Iho principal  spoakor at Monday's I\V,A, meeting, but1  Mrs, 11, Kwasney and Mrs, M, Nellson woro  -l^nppy-lQ explain the.mothod.ln hor.ahsenco.,  , l.T.A, Is being started this year at  Gibsons and already they nro enthusiastic  about lho' children's progress' compared to  'conventional methods, ,   ..,  The forty-four letter alphabet, at first  liini^ra<r<^^  |)()sslbllUles, The sound W, as In moo for  example can he. written over a dozen  different wa'ys, ruby, through,' grew, shoo,  true etc,     ,,,.,',  As an additional slmpHcatlon no capital*  izatlon Is used In 1,T,A, readers until the  sevehlK book by w'Wcli (Into, towards:'the  middle of the year, tho child la making the  transition to normal script, '  About this transition, aren't wo making  our children depondont upon a crutch?"  "Absolutely not, the children realize thoy  are using a tool and many of them are  already, ,of tholr own accord, beginning to  make the transition   to   what  thoy   call  .Agrown.up,~wrlUnH,?AMrH.-NollHon��HayH.u,~,  Mrs, Peterson had taken tlui trouble to  "send the text of her talk and also emphasized' thai, children, when not hampered by  adult prejudices, take things In their stride  and make tho transition In their own time  "With" traditional scrlptrh)a-ns-MrH."-Kwn��-  noy pointed out most of the additional  eighteen letters aro similar to traditional  combinations -of letters, The advantage-of  I.T.A. Is that each symbol consistently rop*  resents the same sound so'that the child  Ih able to relate Iho spolion to tho written  word. '���������������  A oltlld learning to road In lho usual  ���"-Parents' were impressed- by the- Improved content of tho readers and tho number  usually covered In tho year, and with tho  obvious enthusiasm of the teachers it was  wondered why I.T.A, is*only being used in '  those two schools,  A cheque for $100* was given to Mr,  Coopor .for tho lui'irovomunl of tho acoustics  In, .lite elementary school gymnasium, This  way Is faced with a bewildering array of money was raised at the spring carnival  ,othcrs"ltttoro8tcd*on"Nov,"'2l"��*"^^  It foil to tho lot of Mr. Gibson, who wns  then stationed at Port Harrison on the  eastern shores of Hudson's Way and somo  two hundred miles north of the tree line, to  take 25 Eskimo volunteers and create o  community at Resolute Ril'y on Cornwal*  , lis Island.      ,       ���    What Is life In these far away Isolated  communities? Wo, who live In tho whlW  of civilization tend lo think of them as  havens of peace and quiet, Life may bo '  lived at a different tempo but Mrs, Gibson, who acted as Public Health Nurse for  the Port Harrison area, covering tho vast  distances by dog sled or small boat, found  life hectic,  ^mwr..SUo-.roonllH��how��Rho��took~.tn..wlUv���hcr_.n_  supply of wool Intending tb knit socks In  her spare (line and -found the only knitting  1 she did wiw on lho Icebreaker going In.  Gardening Is an Interest, for which there  is little opportunity in tho far north, and  "^nTnioufcF "MK'lmfl RtTiTTilTJ^nflRfriWWi7'  ���Milftnn^lctnres^of*it��pnm��nr^rtW'~tlowrTa*  which, brighten the brief arctic summer,  the prize chrysanthemum at the Garden  Club show in their first year haft "brought  thorn much pleasure,  Mr, Gibson, who Is a recognized authority on the Arctic and Eastern Eskimos and  whoso exploits are recorded ' in "Men,against tho 1-Yozcn ftorth" by Rltchio Cakler,,  P-TA plans to display  schoollibrary books  GLPSONH PTA;'will.present a display of,  J   school library  books at 7:.'t0 p.m,  Friday, Oct, 27 in Gibsons Elementary School  gymnalum.  Books lo bo displayed have been purchased by tho Socholt School District Library for elementary school libraries In the  district; '     ,  Most, of the books aro for primary grade*  and  lho display  should  prove  Interesting  for parents of both kindergarten and prl��  j.,inrjL.j:ldldren.���,.,-,_^^  All mcmberN of tho community aro most  cordially Invited to attend.  Headlines crossed  as aremlins-attack  SINOEHl'. apologies tp Mr, A. .I, Charman  of Glhs^ts and to Mrs, 'Mary Malcolm  of Kraneort Peninsula for tho error In Inst  week's Issue of the Peninsula Times,  Country Living Is submitted by, Mrs.  Malcolm not by "A���I.C.M nnd we can only  blame the little gremlin that suenks Into  every print shop. '     "  Socholl Kin.sman, WUllo Takahashi,  .says  "Don't forget  tho Kinsmen's'  'Annual Light Bull)-Blitz which will  toko placo October 25th and 26th,  Proceeds go towards tho many Kinsmen charltle.s ami Kinsmen wlll bo  calling with a "J3ag of Uulbs" during  the two duys. ,  ���f-  -I-  "13 ���  t Vf+K***"!;*/!*!" iyi>v  1. ��..��>, l��-u^ ^..a l.^m,    ^[��v ^mwxmim^m  an  Amm.  JNj9g&& T^ P#n?f**��fa Times, ^fdfnesjitg^ Pet. 25,1967    ^��AL  ESTATE  :fi*0000*000*00000*00**000*00********0**00*00*****000*0***M******rt    -t���jL:...:-'7..: "I Secheit- Phcne 885-9654^tl���WITHIN  TITHE FENIIf|ULA /����e4.   <5'��>s6iis - Phone 88tJ[-2515  (continued)    LEGAL.NOTICE (Continued)   CARS ond TRUCKS  FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR SALE  %&M  fpT'"  lontinued)  ���TS-'i  SIR  Classified  1  i,000000000000000**000000*000000*0��000******00*00******0***00000*\  Village , of.  ideat"  Secheit. _.  Five acres, idealAuture subdivision. $2,500. Box 381, Seehelt, TlCa...J,.:       933-tfn  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at. Secheit, B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Gross Circulation March 31, 1967  1509 Copies  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion    50c  Three   Insertions   -  $1.00  Extra lines (5: words)  . 10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers .._  1 0c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   Or   Reader   advertising  25c  per count line.  Display    advertising    in    classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  . Subscription Rates���  By'mail, Peninsula area ..$6.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $7.00 yr.  By mail, special citizens $3.50 yr.  By carrier ,.... _ 50c mpnnth  PERSONAL  FLOWERS   for   all   occasions,  Gilker's   Flower   &   Garden  Shop, phone 886-2463 or Secheit  885-9455. . 824-tfn  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims and  Adustrnents, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425,        489-tfn  FOR    all   travel   information,  bookings  and prices  call Secheit Marine Building, 885-2343.  716-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box. 294, Secheit, B.C.   Phone  886-9876:       ^      - - 969-tfn  REGAL Cards.    Complete  line  of greeting cards and Christmas novelties.   Mrs; Joy Smith,  886-9621. 970-tfn  Ll SSI LAND FLORIST  & GIFT SHOP  ���Specializing in Funeral Designs  fc Wedding Arrangements  886-9345 - Gibsons  728-tfn  WORK WANTED  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  WANTED, steady work in Secheit area for truck driver,  mechanic or machine operator.  Phojie 885-2100. Write Box 305,  Secheit. 960-48  FOR RENT (Continued)  ROBERTS Creek, one bedroom,  waterfront cottage. Fully  furnished, oil heat, fireplace.  Very reasonable to responsible  party. Phone 266-8615 weekdays.  886-7006  weekends.  971-47  HALL for  rent,  Wilson   Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542 9167-tfc  REAL ESTATE  EWART McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Box  238 Phone  886-2166  Gibsons, B.C.  VIEW HOUSE close to top  beach. 2 bedrms, over 900 sq.  ft. floor space, with s.c. basement suit**, rec. rm and furnace  rm, 60 ft. lot. Half down on  $15,000.  VIEW HOME, excellent area,  $6,000 down on $16,000 f.p. two  bedrms, 13x16 it. living rm,  12x16 ft. kitchen, s.c. basement  suite; el. heat., landscaped  grounds,   dose to  good  beach.  310,000 DOWN, payment gives  possession of a fine, rather unusual home, on 100 ft. sheltered  waterfront: 4 bedrms, bath plus  extra toilet, etc. A/oil heat.  Landscaped  grounds.  VIEW HOME, with s.c. suite in  basement, rental cottage on  grounds. Full concrete basement, landscaped grounds.  $4,000  down  payment.  VIEW   HOME   in   good   area::  Full price only S9.500. 2 bedrms  (could be 3) 1,000 sq. -ft.  SOME excellent new lot listings,  Revenue...Properties  and _..,_  Businesses.  Dp  Wortman 886-2339  Jack Warn 886-2681  925-47  WANTED  CLEARED lot, opposite Hackett  Park.    Phone 885-9943.  1089-49  HARD to find property, undeveloped 25 acres, view property in Secheit. Make excellent  subdivision, $20,000. Box 381.  Secheit. 954-tfn  LOT 80'xl65' Secheit Highway.  Also acreage adjoining front  lot I086.5!xl76.25. Road on East  side to North West Bay Road.  City water. Subdivision opportunity. Full price $7,500. Phone  H. Sawyer, 885-2166. 921-45  5 ACRES undeveloped property  inside     village     boundaries.  $2,500. Box 38L  Secheit B.C..  565-tfn   ��(-5 METEOR-.-Auto., radio, 4* ASOOD^JgcalyLajner... hay,.JQJL. JJSED jKa-wer^^  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to  i, to Lease Land  Apply  *\  REDROOFFS���Modern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots, close to  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room, 28x15; fireplace.  Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,  A-oil heat, dble carport. Lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885*9782 or write Box 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit, B.C. 469-tfn  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty   &  Insurance  Box 155 Sechejlt,  B.C.  Phone: Office 885-2161  See our listing under the date  pad. .  217-tfn  YOUR PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRQNT LOT  IS NOW READY!  For you to enjoy weekends,  summer, or all year. It's level  with easy access off paved  road, nicely treed, on excellent  water system, located in a  sheltered bay in the heart of  fabulous Pender'Harbour. Area  offers scenic boating and excit-  Jng,year-round, fishing, A dream  that money can buy! Act now  ���call Fr?>nk Lewis or Morton  Mackay   at   886,9900.  - iln Land Recording District  Vancouver, B.C., and situate  Secret Cove,'B.C.  Take notice that Rosemary  Irene Campbell of North Vancouver, B.C., occupation Secretary, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  198 ft. east of.north east corner  of District Lot 4661; thence 99  ft. east; thence 660 ft. south;  thence 99 ft. west; thence 660  ft. north and containing 1.50  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer camp site.  Rosemary  Irene  Campbell  Dated  September 24th,   1967.  930���Pub  Oct. 11, 18, 25, Noy. 1  door.   New  condition.   Sacrifice   $2,000.' Also   15'- clinker  boat, 3-yrs. old.,, 25 h.p. outboard. A-l shape. $750. Phone  885-2121. ' 782-tfn  1953 FORD V8 custom, overdrive. 70,000' miles, complete  mileage and maintenance record. Excellent mechanical  condition.  Phone 885-9562.  944-47  1955 G.M.C. walk-in van, good  mechanically, city tested, Al  rubber, 750x17 8 ply, three of  which are snow tires. Aluminum box. clearance and signal  lights. Ideal for crummy or  camper. $350 or swap. A. Kelly  885-2502. "    1083-48  1960  DE  shape.  886-2636.  SOTO Venture,  $1000  or   best  good  offer.  772-49  LIVESTOCK  HAVE very good herd of Char-  olais    cross    hereford    cows  with calve?; ab>o cows down to  calf.   Phone 883-2430.       1504-47  FOR   sale,   spiys   coming   in  litter,     also    weiner    hogs.  Phone 883-2430. 1503-47  "sale,  $i  per bale delivered:  Phone 946-6568. ^9()f46-itfn  CHICKENS=3ive-birds 50c ea~  Ready for freezer, birds, $1.  Phone 885-2048.' 9J2-tfh  OIL range, oil heater, several  easy  chairs   and  twin beds.  Very   reasonable.   Phone   883-  2577. '"_ ; '     934-47  1967 8 FT. VANGUARD camp-  er. Offers. Phone 885-2145.  946-47  BABY buggy $20, hockey game  $3,   boy's   boxing   gloves   $7.  885-9605. 1077-49  WESTINGHOUSE fridge $39.95;  GE washers $19.95; Easy  Spiralator washer $49.95; used  Hoover Upright vacuum cleaner $19,95; Westinghouse Roaster Oven $19.95. Parker's Hardware,  Secheit.   Phone  885-2171.  949-tfn  USED oil space heater���in hall  at   Madeira   Park.   May   be  seen Thursday evenings. 963-46  COAL   and   wood  range.   Fair  Shape. Kemac type oil burner. $15. 886-9979. 769-48  ^_��it$h  irrekes ajij, :Sjz��$;;  Centre,  SecBei^C;8||  ..A  ��� ;7i'X7.:'$t  ftAlLsT $12, 100 W- ������'VinyPA*  bestos tiles, 9x9, 10c each;  12x12, 15c each; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. Remnants, Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior paint or matte  finish $3.95, reg. $9.95. Shqke  paint, $3.95, reg. $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  gallon.. Large stock of used  vacuum clearfers, A-l shape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 9Vj Johnson outboard, like new, $195,001  Benner Bros. 'Furniture and  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  BOAT launching equipment;  600 feet of railroad iron  track, 8 roller reels, and 5 hp  electric motor. Must sell. Ph.  885-2292. ' -      968-48  BICYCLES' new and used, all  makes.    Parts   and   repairs.  Call   886-2123. - ��� 771-tfn  TlMEfX watches, once more in  good supply, including electric. Good choice of,models.  Earl's in Gibsons. Phone 886-  9600. 95Q-tfn  A��-';fAA^  USED WASHERS: Easy Splril-  ator, $39.95, 3'washers $19.95,  Inglis washer $49.95, Westinghouse oven boiler $19.95, Philco  fridge $59.95, 2 used upright  vacuum cleaners $15. Parker's  Hardware, Secheit, Phone 885-  2171. 1090-tfn  ONE bed chesterfield, like new  condition. $40. Phone 885-2087.  1082-47  KITCHENER oil range, perfect  condition.   Apply  885-9524.  1084-47  ii   -.i-ii-i      -     -���-    -��� ;    '���- * ; i    ���       -   ii-  r     ���    ���- -��� i  FALL SALE: 10 percent off all  shrubs. Additional dis count  on quantity orders.-Good supply  of azaleas, rhododendrons, evergreens, etc. Fruit trees now in  stock at regular prices. Gilker's  Farm   & Nursery,  Reid  Road,  Gibsons.                             1086-49  _,���.__.        ��� ' '.' '* i  NEARLY   new   zig-zag   sewing  machine.   Cost $100; will sell  for $65.   Rol of heavy  gauge  fencing.   886-2512. 770%  imaUM^^  ���HnMM-n  l��*#��4*����  FOR SALE  Form No. 18  (Section  82)  LAND  ACT  Notice  of  to  Intention to  Lease Land  Apply  FINLAY  Gibsons  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  PHone Mrs. Naidq Wilson  885-9746 or write:  ���Box 390, Secheit, B.C.   <  --���������i^-f... rw;-�� ��� ������-;������. -, ���...���..,.,..,. ,      875-tfn  ,.-.*���    CALLISON EVERGREEN  '.CO.   .  Roberts Creek  Splql Pickers Wanted  x:i M-Juck 32c Bunch  SqIqI 30c Bunch  . :.:<v-.y--^Uet:-,. plant before  picking,  Located at Roberts Creek,  a, Across street from store,  ���; Phone 886-2633  '". a '���'.���'���''' : ,.���',      '' m-Un  0, ipm-E-H,---*, H wi I,, 1.1..., I, ���,, ,n I,.,, ������ii.���..,_������. 1.1..,. , i, ,���,, 11,^.1,, ���������  HP-f WANTED (Male)  ')    , ,..r��i.i,���ri.Mii'. ,,..., ��, _��_���; ,  REAL estate Balesmnn, tot So*  pjionlhgc, patliorpalc phono  V      880*7016,, 1502-48  THE SUN SHINES  ON  WEST SECHELT: Cut stone  fence features this landscaped  100' waterfront property. A  large family home guards the  view of Trail and Vancouver  Islands, 15x24 living room with  fireplace. 3 big, big bedrooms  plus 4th in basement. Huge kitchen and dinette. 16x42 finished rec room, basement garage.  This is ���a real homey family  house. Just $25,000, mostly  cash.  RETIREMENT   COTTAGE   on  large fenced garden lot. $6,350.  SELMA    PARK:     4   bedroom,  waterfront home.  Sea wall and  seaside    garden,    $15,500    with  '   '��� ' ��� $5,000 down.  2 BEDROOM  retirement home  on  small  lot.   View-view-view.'.  F.P. $6,500.  ���BOAT moorage ill year-round ,  protected bay. 75' of sandy  beach. Dock and float anchors. Boat launching, ways,  year-round spring well. Modern, home with large workshop; electric heating, double  carpprt.  Well priced at $32,000,  SECRET COVE:  Syndicate lot  on    Secret   Lake;    unfinished  house,    Choice  swimming   and  mooring.    $16,000.  Harry Gregory���885-9392  H. B. GODRON &  KENNETT LTD.,  Secheit,   B.C. 885*2013  1081-47  GRANTHAMS '  Retirement special. Largo view  living .room with fireplace,  roomy kltctypn and dining room,  2 bdrms, utility, Modern 4  room self contained suite, own  entrance, Handy to store and  beach,   $9,000 on terms,  .... GIBSONS.; . ..  Pet tovci'H*  U��*8 10 acre  plot  Iiuh qvorylhlna to offer, ImmaC'  REALTY LTD.  Burquitlam  1088-47  BOATS & ENGINES  RUNABOUT boat storage available.  Safe   and  dry  for winter.   Phoii���   886-2400.   Elander,  Shaw Road, Gibsons, B.C.  1036-tfn  22ft. COMBINATION troller  and pleasure craft. Perfect  condition throughout. Licensed  and fully equipped for commercial trolling. 60 hp Austin  Marine. Brand new Johnson  auxiliary motor, electric pump,  spotlight, horns, twin battery  switch-over set-up, dual controls, insured. Ideal for retired  person.  Phone 883-2561.   1080-47  LEGAL NOTICES  In Land Recording District  Vancouver, B.C.. and situate  Secret Cove, B.C.  Take notice that Melville E.  MacGregor of North Vancouver, occupation Real Estate  Salesman intends to; apply for  a lease of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  99 ft?' E; of7 N.'Er corher D^L-  4661; thence 99 ft. east; thence  660 ft. south; thence 99 ft.  west; thence 660 ft. north and*  containing 1.50 acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer  camp site. , .......  Melville  Edgar  MacGregor  Dated  September  24th,   1967.  932���Pub. Oct. 11., 18. 25. Nov. .1  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy-  Read     Typewriter.     Almost  new. Cost over $300. Now $175.  Phone   885-9654. 1017-tfn  SILVER Skagit Shake & Shingle. Local sales:  Phone 886*  9697 or 886-2097. 466-tfn  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  USED Westinghouse fridge,  S39.95; Kenmore 30" electric  auto, range $89^5; ifsed washer S4995. Parker's Hardware,  Secheit, 885-2171. 920-tfn  COLOUR TV's  2nevy..Zenitk25"  for Cash at Wholesale  Price.  THIS LABEL ON YOUR  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  IT IS PRODUCED UNDER  UNION  CONDITIONS  Phone 885-9777  936-47  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND  ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, B.C, and situate  Secret Cove, B.C. ������'������-���  Take notice that Dal Stuart  Bryriclseh of Secret Cove, B.C.  occupation manager, Intends to  apply for a lease of the following  described  lands:--  Commencing at a post' planted 297 ft. east of N.E- corner  of District Lot 4C61 thence 99,  ft. oast; thence C60 ft. south;!  thenco 09 ft. west; thenco 600  ft, north ami containing ' 1,50  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of' uummer camp site.  DAL STUART BRYNELSEN  Doled September 24th, lfl��7,  072���Pub. Oct, 25, NOV. 1, 8, 15  Form No. 15 (Section 40)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate- unsurveyed vacant Crown land in  the vicinity of Lot 4686, Group  1 N.W.D. (vicinity of Four Mile  Point,  Secheit  Inlet)".  TAKE NOTICE that Victor  Russell Walters of Secheit, B.C.  occupation logging operator intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands;,  Commencing at a post planted S.E, corner of DL 4686  thence 1260 Ft; East; thence  1050 Ft. North; thence 1050,Ft.  in a S.W. direction to point of  commencement an4 containing  17 acres, more or loss,  The   purpose  for   which  the ,  land  Is  required  is  to  square  off back portion of DL 4686 and  DL 1557.  VICTOR   RUSSELL  WALTERS  Dated Sept: 14, 1967,  1078-r-Pub, Oct, 25, Nov, 1, 8, 15  ARE YOU  LANDSCAPING?  Wonderful assortment of Evergreens, Grass Seed, Peat  Moss, Fertilizers, Seeder and  Lawn Roller available at low  rental  FRUIT and VEGETABLES  Always available at low prices  WYNGAERT ENTERPRISES  Gibsons - 886-9340  913-45  ACCESSORIES  Pajnt - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  Compressed    air    service foi  skindivers   and   firemen. Air  tanks. Skindivers available for  salvage work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,  Gibsons, B.C,  Phone 886-9303  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECKKLY  Sunday School ��� 10,00 a.m.  Church Servico���11:15 a.m.  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7j30 p.m*  REV, A. WILUS;,PASTOR   ,  You are Invited to attend any or each service  a...".  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote  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. ...    ..��_..-.'  Oct. 25���7:30  p.m.  Wilson  Greek Community  Hall.  Special  meeting  of the Community Association.  Oct. 27���2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. St. Aidan's Parish Hall, Roberts Creek.  A.C.W. Fall Bazaar and Bake Sale  Oct. 27���Wilson Creek Coffee Party���Cancelled  Oct. 27���6:30 p.m. Madeira Park Community Hall. Hospital Auxiliary,  Family Supper.  ���Nov. 1���7:30 p.m. Mr. G. Potts residence. Secheit Garden Club mcet-  'ng.'   . "������ ���'���' -  '' ��� '    ������"���' ���' ' "���  Nov. 2���8 p.m, Pender Harbour Secondary School. "Man and the Frozen  North".  Nov.  3���8 p.m,  Secholt  Elemontory  School.   "Man   and   the   Frozen  ���    - -North". -   - .-.������  ���-���������      -  Nov. 4���8 p.m. Elphinstone Secondory School. "Man and the Frozen  Norths    ;  1,000 FT. WATERFRONT .  19.30 acret, 2 houses. Creek and road through property. On tho Sunshine Coast Highway. Only $35,000 F.P, Some terms. Call J. Anderson  885-2053.  ftJtJ  F8  Form 'No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice  of  to  Intention lo  Len ho Land  Apply  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco 11:19 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSEU.S  Wilson Creek Community Hall  Davis Bay Rood  *�������*.�� whj.kwi'j '��� ujmirJ.JU...'11'i'i    ������'�����... -.'ii,i';u:i.i...u   ..ywiDa,, ll  IIIM ll , Af.  FOR RENT  HOUSEKEEPING room, Selma  Pork, private entrance,  Ph,  885*0535,   ��� 880-tfn  MOIULE homo park, nicely  landncaiied, blacktop drive*  wayand patio, Ideal site for  retirement, $3Q per month, Big  ivfaplo Mote) ond Mobile Home  Pnrk, Phono, 885*0513,     052-tto  * i   w **��� t<mm i ui ���*i*n*��� ii mi f wm i ���*���. ������������n*-  ��� "*�������� *��**i*- nwM mm 'urnii' ���*���  SMALL.   furnlHhcd    house   In  Bcchcit,  No children,   H, )).  Ik Gordon Kennptt.^td,, Scche)tu  IJ,C.   Phono 885*2013 or 885-05J2,  1085*tln  I^W^MfMKPMm^mpMVWMMHMMMWMimMWM-f ����� -Ill*" ��  W|MTEn   PATPS-Pwlly   tw-  filched   potU��e��   $��5   month  -plvt utimtles, ��l��o weekly and  nightly r��itc��. AUo J>v��|l��t��lo���  / Full toiler hookups,  885*0505  I M|����ion Point Motel.    853*Wn  '   a. ... .i.M.i.ina... , ������ "'ii'1" ������ ������  l-YATKflfPONT. r'��rden Bbv,  f new 2 bedroom homo,, grand  /view, electric hont, hot water,  f nlovo. fireplace, convenient to  bwiclWnd *tore. Vacant Oct*  Qher lit. Open ifl view now, AJ  Lloyd. 883-2253, 058*4?  District  Hllunto  Andrew  ���I  cottage, bnrn, chicken houiso,  linrngc etc. pasture nnd excellent fiftrden, village vyater  'connection.   Terms on $lft,0(K),  , COWEIt   POINT  On the waterfront, JfeO' front*  ajje, attractive 0 room house���-  ��� 3 large bedrooms, family bIm,  kitchen wired for electric range  etc, BrlRhf living room with  ulldlntf K'aHS doors to deck.  Family room alrio opens to  deck, Part basement has  A/oll furnace, Attractive tarnm  oh $18,000,  '"UOWKft   POINT  ��-Boantiful,older-typo-a��bodroom.��  homo situated on over 2 acres,  'Approx, t4 clealred and In  grass, The lovely lar��e living  room features blu stone fire*  place.   Hrli'hl family size kit*  " chon   with   adjoining   storage  prep, 4 piece bath, A/oll turn.,  in partial  concrete  basement,  Easy terms on $15,ooo,  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE'  886-2000  Hon McSavaney W*0(156,     .  Jn  Land   Recordlnfi  Vancouver,   B.C.,   and  Secret CovotJD.C,  Take notice that  Elliott MacGregor of Vancouver, I..0',. occupation Koallor  Intends to apply for a lease of  tho following described lands:���  Commencing at a i-ost planted  nt tho N.K. corner of District  IM 4001; thenco 0J> ft, east  ifiipnB^.eh?.rei���Jhencoii ()(io  ft.  !ln~Lana Recording DlKtricl*  Vancouver,, jj.C, and situate  Secret Cove, 1),0, ��    ''  Take notice that pbrry,,EI'alne  MacGregor of West Vancouver,  U,C,, occupation Hooretary In*  tends lo qpply for a lease of  tho following described hinds i���  ^CommenclriR'al a iwst plaiUed  'M ft, east of N.I'a, corner of  District''Lot 4001; thenco 1)1) ft,  east; thence ooo ft, Boulhj  tlience 9|) ft, west; < thonco 000  ft, north and containing 1.50'  acres, more or loss, for the  purpose, of summer c��m|) site,  Perry  Elaine  MacGregor  fjY*wyariinrir04nnr0iiyri4i4ir<iyi*yrm4nniw04i44mii>4��0ww4  LUTHERAN GHURChT  Evqnfl-llcal Lulhofan Church of Canada  Pastor���A, Hunted Cnrlstensori  First, Lutheran Church'Vancouver  ! $orvlcca ovory 2nd and,4th Sunday of the;  I ' month,  j Selma Park Community Hall at 3l00 p.m,  south; iliehce illi ft, west; tlience    Daled^'BepRiiillSr'ailiC liWl,  000  ft,   north  Ui  pi,  of commencement and containing 1.80  acres,  more or less,  for  the  purpose ol summer camp site,  "Andrew"Elliott MacGregor  puled  September 24th, 1007.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention, In Apply  to Lease Land;-,.  031-Pub, Oct, a, 18, as,. Nov,-1  .033-Piib Oct, 11, 18, 25, Novi 1  BUILDING SUPPLIES  wmmin4>*mntmi0l^,m��mmlm��.m^^mmmmiim^mm*iif4mtmmmm4MmMm!muiiti i nm -  GIUSONii.m��a,.])ulldlntfJ-.Jiupp]lui  Ltd.   880*2042,' Gibsons,   U,<;,  Quality Hoady-mlxed  concrete,  Serving the area for 20 years.  ' '     ��o*tfn  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  , 8:00 a,m, Every Sunday  9:30 a,m, Church School  11:00 a,m, 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p,m��� 1M and 3r<;l Sundays  Sorvlcoa hold roflularly In        '  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONJ  '"   " "forTnform'QtldrpHohtf'BBBWW^^--1"--  Every V/cd. 10 am H, CommMfilon St. Hilda'*  WANTED TO PUY  KILN  wanted,  1'hono  Wfl-IMIO!.,  im-lii  St, John's United Church  WHion Crook, B.C,  ' Sunday 5chool���9:45 a,m.  i-     Dlvlno Wor��hlp-r*l 1:13 a,m.  LcdbyM(����H.,E,CamplJall  ', Escopt on 2nd Sunday *>ach month  , Family S��rvlco���-I l||5 a,m.  ' Djvlno Servico���3:30 p,m,  Lod by Roy. W,' M, Carrjoron  For fHith��*r Information  Phono 885*9744  a*.siSi:.i,fc.a.a!..��).i:''"SX-^cu^^^i^.iJti^^^  '   , HALFMOON BAY  ,M7 ft wotorfront with 2, two bedroom  houses. A oood buy at $ 14,000 cash.  Call E, Surtees, ros: 885*9303.  LARGf; TREED LOT  $1,500, Call Jack Anderson, 885-2053.      1,000 FT WATERFRONT  19,30 acros on Sunshine Coast Highway.  roqd to bqach, Two houstis, crook, Real  Invostmeht, Only $35,000 F,P. Call Jack  Anderson, ,^5-2053.,  HOUSE BOAT  Fully  solfJconlalnod   pOntoonod   motor-  Ucd float .homo, .oxcpllcnt,,Travel tha  coost leisurely or fish; ready to troll, All  gear  necessary,   llconcctl,  Closest offer  to $9,000, Call Dob Kont'at 885-9461  residence,  EGMONT  Inland���1,40   acros,   has   dwelling  mile  from   Eomont.  F,P,   $7,000.  |3ob Kent, ros, 085*9461.  PENDER HARBOUR  ���.���, Q. acroB-wlth-300'-watorf ront-lr*. 2  Good buy for cash. Call E, Surtoos,  885*9303.  '     ,,     Vl-A VIEW LOT  West   Socholt,   164   foot  on  highway,  $4,000 full prico.  WEST SECHELT  Closo to WokefInld Inn���5uncoa��r;*acros  ������Tho vlow |s magnificent on thoso lots  facing South to the Gulf of Georgia overlooking Trail Islands, Use of launching  on applying to Wakoflold Inn, as a courtesy, Good f|ihlng and swimming, View  lots start at $2,4150 for 100x150 ft.  Piped domestic water supply available,  Torms   1/3 dawn, Call tyob-Kant- r*��.  .   885-9461.  Call  .lots..  DAVIS BAY���VIEW LOT  Closo to beach,  $2,750 ful price. Call  J, Anderson, 885*2953,  TWO BEDROOM���SECHELT  Clean homo, outo, oil heat, Nlco land-  jcaped Jot .,Work���hhoR���ond, ca rporl1,.$lP):-.l  BOO F.P, $4,000 down. Call J, Anderson.  885*2053,  COWRIE STREET  Two bedrooms, A/O Furnace, Part baso-  mont.'Good buy at  $9,950,00,  Terms  available, Call Bob Kept, res; 8,8>946l,  SERGEANT BAY  Hottest fishing area on1 Sunshlno Coast,  Largo vlow lot,   150 ft, from tho r-ea,  "Tidl, price   $4500,   call Bob   Kent :or-'  805*9461 evenings.   YEAR ROUND STREAM     .  Cloon rotlromont 2 bodroom homo on  ��� one aero, close to Roborts Creek Store  and  Beach,   Extra   room   In  basement,  ��� good value at $10,750, D,P. $4,000  Call J, Anderson, 88,5*2053.   .  SANDY PEACH  , Executive retirement homo on beautiful  -hoach~proportyrMany -deluxe-features.-  Lnrpo cove'cd sun dock, GuoM cottage  ana garage, Buildings all In new condition, Must bo scon, $33,500 f,P. Terms,  J, Anderson, 885*2053.  $7,500 FULL PRICE  ~~'2 bsrtroomitfi basemonrhomronianjo  '-. tr��od.lat-an��vlllage,water supply..Extra  room In bqs<*mont, Ideal for year round  living, Try your terms, Coll J, Anderson-  .','..,.,./.        885-2053,  3 BEDROOMS, DAVIS BAY  Modern home on large fenced lot, clos��  to boach, 6 rooms plus laundry rm, &  garage, $15,000 F,l\ Require largo down  payment, bol, 6% Int, Call J, Anderson  at 805-2053,  '  lljtt. .Jafllfr* ff th^lilTH-Jfr-il-lvM1  ���J-.  -T~"*"*T���*  I        'I  * I'  ��� >��� .*' ���'  ,��� .   i .1 * * "I  ,,'������'  1V   I'.I y   !  I,- >*- s- ���  *   ! h'-Hj'  i> 7  "TTj*  a*.aa     i  2A  i'i  il  Made ;&G�� Historyv*��  >*^lt*WW<-**M  �� ��      77   ,   ���  pine  f 011a - _ - ,     mktikXii^ ^Qio^\%^  ftteWds Oliver tslafcd. <;  {i\&b^mlmpty%W'6 imfk-J^h yekhs ih . 'It*' served' six years an, i��lum*Jer atad  8riMsn;'OoWWa\ ahd  Vfctt&uver ^ Bland Heca-^eiii &C.'water* and acted afeo 'as  tyfit^���bilifc ^!s*A*b3?ks "hefk &fe rolled ill -a tkeen's Comnussioha? dn determining the  a' %ost <Jl fekridsj,' liafboits, bays ahd *hain- ittfia'tiOh of the 49th parallel as the Wwtid-  l^i    ..j.,^ _t L.i._r_-  KA.I..  ^_i^.fcfcj j*. ary  ^^ hB tgturaed lo England ito 1863  he ���went by way of Asia, cfrciinuiavigaiting  the globe for ihe third time.  Richards was m&de Bear Admiral in  1870, four years later he was placed on thfe  retired list. In 1877 he became a Vice  Admiral, 'retired and was lcriighted; ;in  1884, full 'admiral,' though retired. While  dn retirement he Was 'assodiaited -wfttlx  Telegraph Construction and [V Maintenance  Company laying submarine cables. He died  at age 76 in November 1896.  (bfys Welt Hie,, nkwifed Mdife eiiiga&M ih  jc'd^stal siil-Vieys. Ganges, .Fulford; firock-  ifon, fcehdfr) Vesuvhis, Maybe, Trincomali,  AfrW,"Mpp&5py, Knapp, >Pie*s, fhetis> Ku-  ^br���the fet gofjs on jaiid en. ,  ��� *tihe son of ia, navy *ca_>ta4ii he was born  ahd ^istd ih England ahd >giv<Sh tb tbe  Savy ih 1832 When he was obly 12 years of  dgfi. He isfetved first ih the West Indies ittten  itt mtvey ishif>Si and iater Watehips ih  Ohiheise waiters. By 1842 he Wais a Lieutenant. He did suk-veys -in the talklahds and  saw war service again in South America.  In, 1846 be became-'a' commander -and  joined -a survey of New Zealand waters,  led by Admiral Stokes. In 1852 he served  ih .the Belcher Expedition to ' the Arctic  searching for- nidnths by sled Over Arctic  ice for the missing- efcplober. -Sir >Johti  Franklin, to, no avail. In 1854 he was promoted to Captain and in 1856 given command of HMS Plumper for surveys of V'an-  The professor in medical college, a lung  specialist, was lecturing his class. "It is  my opinion," he told them, "that a mah  whb sings at the top of his voice every day  for one hour will never be troubled with  chest complaints in his old age."  ' "Probably," came a student's voice  from the back of the room, "he won't even  be troubled by.old age."     ,  ; f  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING - PRUNING.  Gower Point Rood  Gibsons, B.C. - Dial 886-2919  FRANK C. DECKER/OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  ^        886-2166  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's -Children's Wear  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit B.C.  i -���   ���- ,  RICHARD F. KENNETt  NOTARY PUBLIC  Telephone Gibsons 886-2481- Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  ���    <p." ���" ���"-'��� ������ i ...I -      i      ���'.       - ���'  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit. B,C.  Phone 885-2313  .,   L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  .   Septic Tanks and Drain.Fields - Backhoo and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 .Secheit  MADERA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Gamp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  .     . _- . Al -   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE,  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for bomp and offlco  A Kitchen Specialists,    v        ���,.;..  R. Birkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  , i"," ��� <���--... ' ���-.- ..I ' i   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, coiff and colour  Custom Peirnis -~. Phone 886-2120  , (CLOSED MONDAY)   '  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  '���-,.,' Your'  '   .  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD,  Your Marshall VYells  Dealership.  Phqno 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  MGHT MACHINERY SERVICE  ��� Clearing���-Level I ing������ Landscaping���  Bulldozing  CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE  805-2830  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  POftf MELLOti  T<> PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 8864231  (from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Stews���logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  ......    Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment.- Bonk interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE^  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening -  janitor service - painting - odd jobs etc, -  Free estimates - All work guaranteed.  Phone 885-2191  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886 2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  ���V  BOAT OWNERS  Coniult Cap^ W. Y. Higg��  Box 339. Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886.9546  re insurance claims   boat��sales, ..,..,..'.','  ���..-������������ II WI        M ���������.��� ������.-������-������-������. II       * ���*'        ���'��� HI*������  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAX!  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  Phono 885-2828  or Radio Mar Deo  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  S  PENINSULA CLEANERS  152 r Gower Pt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANlNO MM>$  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  '  Phono 886-2664 R.R; 1 Glbsoms  PENINSULA^  BUItDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phono Socholt 885-9669  'THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  J. Caldwell. Prop. -. Box 97. Socholt, B.C.  Now service In district  PLUMBING 8* HOT WATER  HEATING  CERTIFIED MASTER PLUMBER  ms. ESTIMATES - PHONE AhlYTIMR  885-2037  Mn Malcolm�� R.R. 1, Socholt. B.C��  BW?NGNE      *om{n<x & 0m��9a  ERVICE       Sales/Parts/Service  JRIR HOME DEMONSTRATIOH _  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mr��. Mono Havlo* - 885.9740  WIGARDS SEWING CENTRE  , AMthorlxed  Slrigor Sewing Machine Pooler  Cowrlq St. - Secheit - Ph, 885-9345   i.  ���  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commerclql  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Glbsom 886-9689  .SQrylR0.foit1MQHonlQ.P��iiitl9iLH(!irlb9i��ir.  Pf,,i*0m,mm itnin mmnimtn*,,^******,******^****^*: .im.i ,��� I n ������i.hp-��i���Hf-1���*���-  HEWITT CLEANING SERVICE  Floor , , , WoBhod, Waxed, Stripped.  WlndoW Cleaning i  Phono Kon Howltt  885-2266 or 885-2019  ^w��iMam^*Mai-maiw��i.iMwn*����iBin     ^��wii-**��i-**��i��w"ii.---i*��*-i<i ��� ������  LILA'S SALON  v,   INVITATION TO BEAUTY  Export Hair Cutting  For appointment 886-2980  2,   Sunhycrest Plaza Gibsons   \��  C & $ SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Black  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLfNG ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  I & S TRANSPORT LTD;  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery service  Lowbed hauling  EATON'S  "WHERE-TO-GO"  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS  MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza .  Gibsons 886-2232 >t  Head Office 515 West Hastings St., Van.  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.   ,  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  ���������:yyy y Fully Insured  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Secheit, R.R. 1 Doyii Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  .(   --   ���   -     ���'       -   i ���      -     '���     -      "   i   ���   . i  .    .. -     -in- i     "���.i-nwrrii.-n ..  ROY & WAGENAAR  t B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Secheit  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  At the Sign of the Chovron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop *������ Arc and Aery Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marino Ways  Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721   Ros. 886-9956, 886-9326  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  The Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposito the High School - Gibsons  For Toko Out Orders Phono 886-2433  K & Z APPLIANCES  Major Appliances Service  All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578 -Secholt, B.C.  The-Peninsula >Times  .    ~ Page A-3  Wednesday^ October _��$, %HY^-^  Around" Gibsons  AREA meeting of the Anglican Church  wotneh waS' held at ��>l. Battholomew's  m Gibsotts on Monday, Oct. 16 at iwielve  o'clock, forty comfflufiifcahts pkrtici^aied  in the cetebr&tiUW o_ the tfoty Coiftmufaioft.  Representatives were present feoha St.  David's, WestvieW* St. PaUl's, i*oW^U River; St. Hilda's, Sedhett; St/ Aidan's, Roberts Creek; St'. Mary's, Pender Harbdur;  and St. Bartholomew's. Also present were  six members of the Diocesah Boaird of the  ACW.  Following lunch and a short business  meeting two guest speakers, Rev. Paul  Moore of St. park's Church, Vancouver  and Riev. Charles Wilkins of St. Stephen's,  West Vancouver, addressed the meeting  on the subject "The Principles of Union."  A questiofa period followed in which Rev.  Paul Moore  answered  questions and led  discussion.  *   ���*   *  Mrs. Edmund Gill entertained at a  morning 'coffee party in honour of Mrs.  Larry Young pn^the occasion, of her birthday. On Monday, Oct. 16 Mrs. Gill was in  turn entertained by Mrs. E. A. 'Dig' Ped-  neault on the pecasioh of her birthday,  when a few neighbors gathered to extend  their best wishes and to enjoy coffee and  cake.  Thereywere 19'-.present at the home of  Mr7 ancl iMrsrX,r��.':6^isoia,oit'' FMay'even-  ing when the Sunshine Coast Power Squadron monthly meeting was hosted by Mr.  and "Mrs. iah Cattaiiach with Commander  Gordon Hall at the helm.  Night schtfor courses Were "discussed and  the Seamanship Course will be held on  Mondays at 7:30  p.m.  in Secheit.,  Squadron certificates were presented to  two new members; refreshments were sfer-  ved. The squadron will meet" nefct month  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gross,  Secheit.  *. *   *  Welcome to Mrs. H. Klyne Headley who  comes from Santa^ Rosa, Calif. The Head-  leys are having a nsw home built on the  highway at Roberts Creek.  Lieut. John Ayris reports Militia activities well underway this season. Seaforth  Highlanders anticipate going to Albert  Head on exercise in November.  Corp. Rick Wray, who has been in Ger-  m any,, visited in- England for a few .days  and is expected home in Gibsons at the  end of October.  *       **:       *  Mr. and Mrs. Alf Clarke were delighted  when a surprise visit was made to their  - home by Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Peterson of  Edmonton, whom the Clarke had not seen  for 22 years. The two families had been  friends in Regina in the 1940's before the  Clarkes moved further west.  FLOWER SHOW  Gibsons Garden Club Annual Flower'  Show, held on Wednesday at tiie United  hurch Hall, was indeed a success.  A colorful display of dahlias grown by  Mr. C, P. Ballentine was much admired.  Judges for the occasion were Mrs. Wm.  Thomas and Mr. A. G. Andrews. Prizes  were awarded as follows:  Best chrysanthemum���Mrs. koss Gibson, a vase from Gibsons Hardware.  Six best 'mums���Mr^. John Ccrjtftt,  fertilizer from Buckerfields Ltd.  Floral arrangement���Mrs. M. Kemp, a  crystal glass basket from Lissiland Florists.  Best house plant���Mrs. Alf Clarke, 30  King Alfred daffodil bulbs from Murrays  Garden and Pet Supplies";,of Gibsons.  Door prize was won by Mrs. R. Telford.  2nd Annual Telethon  pledged $81,618.00  MORE than $81,600 was pledged to Variety  Club's second annual telethon which was  televised over CHAJSf-TV and CHEK-TV,  Oct. 7-8.  Scores of local entertainers joined nationally famous stars such as Barry Morse,  Ken Berry, Gary Collins, Mary Ann Mob-  ley, Billy Lee, Bill Kenny and the New  Vaudeville Band on this 17 hour all-night,  all-out appeal for funds to continue tho  woivk Variety is doing In Western Canada  with handicapped and. needy children.  The Variety Club wishes'to'thank all  those who gave of their time, services and  talent for this most worthwhile fund raising  project, and a special thank you to every*  ono thnt made pledges or contributions ot;  money to the Telethon.  , ..,.,..,,..,.������..  Contributions may be mailed to: Variety  Club Telethon, Box 3200, Vancouver 3, B.C.  Persons who did not hnvo an opportunity  lo phono In a plcdgo during tho' Telethon,  and wish to contribute at this1 time, may  send tholr contributions to tho sanlo  address,,.,  _^__-_r . ���/��� ������ -TT~T<VA���t; ^y-^-  ���*"       "J���r-JI-*' n���r��� ������ ' ���*��� ^-^��� ";^i.   W    ���f���*" r"~,<~v---      ^   -��� tyrf*.   Ji^n-r-J*-    vJS*-*'---��J>--V ?-~*tV *-4-i ���.. SC  ���"    * "^7f X ^XjX ft^-jgij��/r1 ^kj^^jS^"*' "2l'.'''A'fc.'lll,ir  XA~x&  i  h  ' si.  *' : ~X7%7~'��77XX:ffc ��� and-Mrs., Ronald A^ Marchok-  7 'rtiis- .fii';v. '--�� i-.-J  . .^photo-by--Dramas ^Grayy Sfechelt  M  y;^^|>"ai  Wm  REV.  W.  M.yCainerbri officiated at  the  A   double-rin^eeremony-^  16   at   two   o'clock,   in   Gibsons   Unittti  Church, when^Ger/aldine:/I^ii,sia Winn -became the bride of^Ronald Alexander Mar-  chuk. ''     ,i,: '.  The" bride Is'the" only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. A. Winn of Gibsons and the groom  ���'������the^Ohiy'-sBn"'��!^  of 93  Mile  House.  The bride, who was given in*-marriage-  by her father, was -gownedI kta-floor-lenglb.  slim* line dress - of -white, chiffon- which featured a lace jacket with iojjg.sleeves, to  which was attached a trailing, lace, train.  Her silk net veil.was held in- place by a  flowered headUpiece and she carried a  bouquet of red rose buds and white' stephan-  Otls.    ���-������:���-���.���    -     . ���-     ���  ..  ������--  Miss; Jaci Spencer, bridesmaid,; wore a  loose- fitting blue, wai��z4en_rth dress and  carried 3 bouquet -of i��d rose ! buds and  pink carnations. . Flower girl was the  bride's cousin, Miss Kelly;;-Winn, who wore  a blue lace dress and carrifed a posy of  pink carnations. Best man was Mike Mc-  Donaugh and usher was1 Bob Coukell.  Reception following the ceremony was  held at the Legicnh Hall, Gibsons. The hall  was* lavishly ��� decorated with pink and  white- streamers and.' pink flowers. The,  bride's table was centered by a beautiful  wedding cake, with white candles on either side and the whole set. off by pink  and white streamers and white bells. Toast  to' the bride was proposed by her uncle,  Mr. Herb Winn.  Mrs! Winn chose a cranberry-red knit  ted suit for her daughter's wedding and  .wore white accessories and .carried^a corsage of white carnations. Groom's mother  wore a blue. sheath dress with lace jacket  and white. accessories and. a..' corsage pf  white carnations. ...  For.going away the bride chose^ja gold  knit suit with beige accessories. The yoiirig  couple left for a trip throu^'-thV'<tl^a^gan.'..'  and other poiiits in the interior,' and will  be at hbine on Sargent -Road, Gibsttas On  their return. -   .-.-'������'      ���--���    ������  Out-of4oWn guests wei-e: Mri jSflct Mrs.  Wm. Papohuck and---fa-htily-,' -Mr.-S.- Mat-  suda, Mrs. Selma SkOg and; Miss^ Lena  Skog,. Mrs, Aa McLennan,.Mrs. KAGordon,  Mr. and. Mrs.: M. McDonaugb*: ife and  Mrs. N. Koswin and Miss Koswin, Mr. and  Mrs. H. "Winn and f?mily, Mrs. C. Charlton, Mfs.'F. McGivern, lilr.- and Mrs. .Wm.  Cfbssen. "Jr."  1*1 .. 1 . ~  One-woman to another:- "I won't go  into details���I've already told you/'more  about it -than I heard myself. ��� ' -  v.  wantads  t IOFMIUI0HS  "Times" AdBriefs  will sell - buy - rent  . trade!  Life Ijrisiironce is good for you  ��� guaranteed security  ���' lifetime income at retirement  o excellent saving values  ��� mortgage protection  ������funds for' emergencies  1  ��� 1  ' ���':     1 .��� 7   -1 , . 1 ���  -���'-  .:-*.  ...     .:T=*r  -H*����  IA.      ��ft^-**.V.     ...  ~     Jk     t II'  "   '   ' '     -A ���   A  Robert E. Leo  *^  THB  Then there Is tho touching story of tho  you won't marry mo." She not only called  his bet but raised him Hvo.  (Gtr&sit-West Life  ; ASauwANce. company         - C?"TWI'''  For further Information write to  Box 6Q0 GIBSONS,  y  ,--.-:,l;.,'.,i-  VERIFIED  TTT  WARRANTY  USED CARS  1966 V.W. Deluxe  AH extras  n $1,678  1964 Ford Fairlano  Stn. Wgh. 1 $1,695  1964 V.W. DoImxo, Now  ������*iAyitQ9~ RQdiO"%"f'��.w��a.��w��ii����$l 1195  1964 Romblor % dr. Hd. Top,  Rodio, Now Tires...   $1,595  1962 Studobokor 1  ���1957- StudelMit��r~~~~~*-~~~-~~-.  Sedan, Special .. r...P���,$95  ............... PROP. IN AND SKI  Trodo Up - Trndo Down  AT  Copping Motors Ud.  Secheit, B.C.�� Phono 885-2812  .),��--��--_-U-a..  3-DAY SERVICE  Right on the Peninsula  We now  OFFER A  THREE  DAY  WATCH  REPAIR  SERVICE BY  CERTIFIED  WATCH-  WP*^*S *\   _JB^^  solectbn of  quality*  "vrofcHos"  availablot  L & J Jewellry  Cowrie St., Setholi, B.C. - Mi'. 8S��.9��C>  -���v;..:,-'.1,..'^::  lW*S��S*SI*.J��Wrt����iM��l(lii��l'-*  ZZZC  VtHM aW*f fl- f** "Ijl "W'" "II  I      ,    I  .'ll  I   \  1*.  7 ��"������"*"' V''  f .t,..j#'*i  ��� '      ..... ��  1 , ;���.,. 1' I -:.���-���������  n'r'Wa"', ;\  w->   -a,1" ^^~i av -*' "T~r^- "���  * *Aw--..*ijwiV*.r  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, October 25, 1967  ��*������*'  ^00000000000*000000000*000*00****000***0000*0000000000000000000000000000000000000****00  l&zW^\^sui^4me^  ITORIALS  "5  { "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right  _ ���John Atkins !  t       : ____��  N Report vandals ��f known  MANY residents, particularly those with    juvenile misfits which society has to en  youngsters, at one time condemned  village council for its' reluctance to spend  money on facilities at Hackett Park, a  complaint considered to be worthy of  support by The Times at the time.  The man responsible for bringing  such facilities in the form of -a concrete  building equipped with toilets, concession booth and a changing room, was Joe  Benner, at that time a village commissioner. Recreation commission, parents  and other commissioners supported the  project and we still feel the expense was  justified.  Many sporting groups use the park  which is now in almost continual use by  one ball team or another, and probably  99 percent of those using the park and  facilities appreciate what has been done  for them. The ever present idiot fringe  however, as usual, is making future developments very unlikely and if it continues, there is every possibility the  present building could be rendered unfit  tor further use.  During recent mpnths, halfwits, vicious vandals and plain straight-forward  idiots have continued to inflict damage  to the building. Doors have been damaged, pipes bent, toilets plugged with stones  and a water tap deliberately broken off  a pipe.  This in itself is deplorable but even  more insidious example of the type of  dure was evidenced last Sunday when  during a ball game, clothing of the visiting team was rifled by the light-fingered  element.  This is a sorry situation and one  which brings only discredit to the community. A number of adults as well as  young people were watching the game  and it seems hard to believe that no ond  saw the culprits. There surely must be  some honest person with a knowledge of  noi only the thieves but the vandals also.  If such is the case, they will do the village a service by reporting the wrongdoers to the proper authorities.  lt is extremely unfortunate that  people fight long, hard battles to bring  about projects for the betterment of the  community as a whole, only to have the  fruits of their endeavors ruined by halfwits.   .   .       -       '  No one should hesitate when it  conies to bringing them to justice, they  should be treated as they deserve, if  guidance is lacking in the home, then it  is time the law took over and this cannot  be accomplished if evidence is witheld.  We have a very pleasant community  but lately the malcontents have been  making their presence felt. The time to  stop the rot is before it gets a chance to  talce hold, it is therefore up to responsible  members of the community to take whatever action is available to them.  They hope it  SENIOR    CITIZENS    HOUSING    PROJECT,     SECHELT  wr-w*��-��     woks***     s-omrv ^       t *��� ��n������W��*��-# ^ **oi<��mjw"  ttSNtaSMEK*-*  ���**"J**V ^*^*''*.^*^  ��*��*��*        ��CRlW3��  ��      s>        *���   ��      >  * **    '-i..*   *h  O.O  Lucrative fnttare awaits  TOURIST revenue for British Columbia  is this year expected to pass the  $280,000,000 mark according to Travel  Industry Minister, Kenneth Kiernan, who  points out that while business is good,  too many British Columbians fail to  appreciate the various ways in which  they benefit directly or indirectly by the  tourist industry. He explains that tourism is a non-depletive source of income  which even helps pay some of our social  services without using them.  The Minister was speaking at the  recent Provincial Tourist akdvisory Council convention and was one of a number  of well-informed speakers who stressed  the tremendous potential of this lucrative  indusTy plus the fact that a great deal  more has to be done to encourage additional, business into the province.  William B. Pattison of Delta Properties told delegates tourism in the province  is like an undernourished goose that is  laying golden eggs. "Wake up British  Columbia"' was tne theme of his speech  and he pointed out that places like New  Zealand, Japan, India and Bolivia are  more  accessible  with  wmmmmmmrmmmmmm  The PEmNsuiJi^we*  Published Wednesdays at Secheit  on fi.C.'s Sitflshioe Coast       .,...   .,,   by  ���"'      '���'������'" " "  Scchclt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381 -Scchclt, B.C.  Douglas Ga Wheeler, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  I Year, $5 - 2  Years,  $9  -  3  Years, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  * (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  reasonable cost.  Consequently the world  was becoming a more cdm^titive market  place.  For those who extract their living  from the tourist industry, the writing is  clearly displayed on the wall. A great  deal more effort is required, not only to  encourage visitors, but to hold them and  encourage them to return.  It was mentioned at the last meeting  of the Secheit Chamber of Commerce  that in promoting tourism, consideration  should be given to publicizing the area  not only as a summer vacation spot but  rather as a year-round meca.  Mr. Pattison commented that "visitors  want to go where the action is" and  noted, that during winter months British  Columbia could take a leaf from swinging London with its backdrop of rain  arid smog.  Certainly a serious look should be  given to what we have to offer. The  potential is here but right now, apart  from fishing and hunting for those who  appreciate the sport, little else remains.  modern   jets, at It is to be hoped the Chamber of  * Commerce  will  follow  through  on  its  promotion 6f the district project.  At the  same   time   added   facilities   also   need  promoting and as it will obviously take ;  outside  money to do  this,  then  some  thpught; should be devoted to attacking  the   situation   from ��� the   angle   of  encouraging such money into the area.  - '"��� Indications   arc   that   many   resort  operators and business men are keenly  interested in some kind of promotion.  For various reasons they, very obviously,  did.not favour the Sunshine Coast Tourist  Association,   therefore   an   imaginative  project could  well  gain  the necessary  support.   '������'"'" : X        ' ' ���'  Cases of hepatitis  nearly double '66  INFECTIOUS hepatitis   cases  in  B.C.  are  running almost double last year's incidence.  But there is' no epidemic or cause for  undue alarm, says Victoria's senior medical health officer Dr. J. L. M. Whithread.  Figures show there were 1,041 cases in  the first eight months-of 1967 compared  with 532 cases for the same period last  year.  CAN BE SERIOUS  '���These reports aren't all serious. But  hepatitis can be serious and must be taken  seriously," Dr. Whitbread said.  The increased incidence of infectious  hepatitis in B.C. corresponds with a similar, if relatively smaller, increase in the  disease across Canada.        '      *  For the first eight months of this year,  there were 4,953 cases in Canada compared with 3,717 for the same period in  1966. '     .       .  Said Dr. Whitbread: "Good sewers and  adequate sanitation are needed in a hurry,  not only here but throughout Canada."   A warning that infectious hepatitis would ,,,  increase in B.C. this year was sounded last  May by, Dr. A. A. Larsen, director of the  division of epidemiology with the provincial  health department.  Happy prospect  Now on display in Secheit is this very President  beautiful ^architect's concept of the  Senior Citizens Housing Project to be  built in Secheit. Land clearing is  already underway on the site, adjacent to the Secheit Elementary School.  $1,000 donation ...  of the Sunshine Coast  Senior Citizens Housing Society,  Canon A. D. Greene presented his  report at the last meeting of the  O.A.P.O., Branch 96.  ItiOff  ���IJiiilyiB^  llisens iadvisei  ifojecl advancing  RUNS IN CYCLES  Dry Larsen predicted the rise would  coincide with a general increase in" the  disease across North America because outbreaks of hepatitis appeared to be reaching the peak of a seven-to-eight year cycle.  The last serious outbreak in B.C.  occurred in 1961 when more than 1,500  cases were reported. This compared with  only 865 cases in 1960.  (Infectious hepatitis is an infection of  the liver and gastro-intestinal tract. Jaundice is a common symptom").  Between the golden years of youth and  the golden years of retirement come those  nickel-plated years when you do all the  work.  LAST Thursday's meeting of Branch 96 of  the O.A.P.O. was well attended and  much business was accomplished. Mr. Bill  Coffey announced a one-day trip to Vancouver on Thursday, Nov. 2, with the bus  leaving Secheit at 7:30 a.m. and returning  by the 7:30 p.m. ferry.  Officers plan to have available shortly  a list of shows offering special prices for  OAP's. Interested members should get in  touch with Mr. Coffey without delay and  are reminded to carry their membership  cards and wear their name badges on the  trip.  Plans were also discussed for the annual  Christmas .dinner, with a tentative date of  Dec. 7. Full details will he announced at  the November meeting, when the secretary,  Mrs. Wm. McGregor, will be glad to accept  reservations. Chairman Mrs. L. V. Yates  announced the main business of the November meeting will be the election of next  year's officers and she.hoped there would  be a record attendance.  Canon A. D. Greene gave a report on  the progress of the Senior' Citizens' homes  which will shortly be built in Secheit adjoining Hackett Park. He said that the  suites planned would have an area of 426  square feet and would be furnished with  ranges and refrigerators. Approximate  rentals are planned at $45 a month for  single persons and $65 a month for married  couples.  The plans, he said, have yet to be  approved by the Provincial Government  and ���by Central Mortgage and Housing  Corporation and tenders obtained before  building could start, but that much work  had been done by voluntary labour in clear  ing the site.  A most welcome anonymous donation of  $1,000 just received brought total donations  to $7,200. A brochure is being designed by  Canon Swan and it would shortly be distributed in conjunction with a big drive for  funds. In the meantime, he said, the Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing Society would be glad to receive donations and  to accept memberships.  Membership in the Society is $2 for the  first year with $1 for subsequent years.  Treasurer is Mr. Ben Firth, R.R.I Secheit.  Mrs. Dorothy Ericson has donated an  electric sweeper to the society and anybody  interested in becoming the owner of this  useful;; lightweight piece of equipment, can.  make an offer for it to Mrs. Wm. McGregor at 885-2819.  An attractive artist's conception of the  homes when completed was on display at  the meeting and will shortly be seen in-the  stores of Secheit and Gibsons.  --- After the meeting, members threw  -themselves with zest into a singsong led  by Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell and accompanied by Mrs. Edna Calbick, a brilliant  pianist who should be a tremendous asset  to Secheit where she has just settled permanently.  The raffle was won by Mrs. Edna Burt.  President of the Branch, Mr. Harry Hill  and his wife Frances who have been spending a holiday in the U.K. and Europe will  be sailing for home on the S.S. Himalaya  on October 28th.  won't be used  B.C. TELEPHONE Company has .assembled  a potable manual telephone office  which it hopes will never be required for  service.  The special unit was constructed for  use in restoring communication services  in case of' disaster ot major emergency  which knocks out existing facilities-.  "We hope no such disaster ever strikes  in British Columbia," isaid D. C. Watt, B.C.  Telephone's vice-president ��� staff (opera  tions). "But we <are prepared with this  unit ready to go anywhere, should it be  required."  The unit, a trailer-like portable structure  30 feet long 'and'--lbr.;ie��t';;-wi;4-iB��. contains  manual switchboards (through which as  many as 900 individual telephone lines���or  several thousand party lines���can be connected. There are three operator positions.  QUICKLY SHIPPED  It was constructed at B.C. Telephone's  supply and repair headquarters in Burnaby  and is to be moved to a geographically  central location from   which  it  can   be  shipped quickly to any area of the province.  In the event a fire or flood or tome  other happening knocked out a telephone  office in any B.C. community, the portable  offfice could be on its way to the site���on  a trailer pulled by a truck���within a matter  of a few hours. .......  It is designed for quick and easy connection to outside distribution facilities so  that telephone service can be restored to  a community a few hours after the unit  arrrives.  Mr. Watt said the potential value of the  unit can be seen readily from an incident  which occurred in Idaho less than a year  ago. There, fire destroyed the telephone  company's central office, leaving the community without communication service.  That company had to gather replacement equipment from across the western  United States and assemble it to restore  communications. ���  In a similar happening in British Columbia, B.C. Telephone now can move its  portable unit into service quickly and  maintain communications while the damaged offfice is replaced.  "This is the purpose for our new portable  office," Mr. Watt said, "and we will keep  it ready for action at any time."  CREDIT UNION  at SECHELT, B.C.  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Phone 886-2515; Scchclt 885-9654  CIRCULARS ��� CATALOGS -��� DISPLAYS ������ BUSINESS CARDS  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at , 4 .  -Helene's���  TashioiT Steppe'  Gibsons, B.C.-Ph. 886.9941  THE LADIES' WEAR  CENTRE  1 HW,MB4tj��|l*W,  AS LOW AS  25c A DAY  Will Completely Install  A New Shell Furnace  Complete y-ith oil burner, ducts  wark,,and���oiLtank Jnurwrt.  homo, Call Bud Kiowitx your  Shell Oil Distributor  886-2133 Gibsons, B.C.  iHBe|-4*i*fi��**l'?4'H^ 5  aWtSHWHIliA*        fl|CW*(aW-jH0W-*f  FOR A FINE MEAL  Dine at tho  EAGLE LODGE DINING  ROOM  &  I  I  Dlhlng Lounge overlooking the   mouth of P.oridor Harbour...,.:,  Charcoal Orollor for Delicious Staaki  Roicrvationi, traniportntion may bo  nrranaod CALL 003.2202  The Eagle Lodge  GARDEN DAY, D.C.  t. 1  '���Ja/'MHA "J  i *   ��  ijAii  *^M*y ,y^ (  T|ie PeninsMlo Times        . Page A-5  Wednesday, October 25, 1967  ,.......  ������ ��� , , in. uni ui i.i ^ .I. in        ���i��s:*i.Tiii> *  ^^^i'- *^-A* ,  M'* 7t^AfX$W7^<x(i'* 17^W7 Sa.aa<>  ~ .'��� ��� ��> -?^T  "gBP���**-N^n-Wf.!! *%l* ai.1 .Liu ��� .im ��i liigMi. mjiMm ai I Aj.. i.���  -       u...���^ a -^"^ "    *. **       .     ���iniT^ miw [���������������������i ii.ii.iw ���imViibi  I  ml I   .H i.i       ���mum inn |1|IH   I mi ** *  y  '^      <*!   a-  .V> j*  Ai*  ��  1  ���by Jack Davis; MP-  ONE OF the first items mentioned'in'Erinie  Minister Pearson's Wtt of fare "for'the  fall session of Parliament is a mew Broadcasting    ACt. -.    >. ,       >" ,}    7     .    X'    '7'      ,  ^ And tied up with this \% the question^  Educational TV. Both Aitferta and Ontarlp  want to get started. Arid other provinces  will undoubtedly want to use~ this vital  new 'medium of communication in order  to cut costs and at, the same time, raise &���,  ��� Njir educational, standards.   ���, *- JOJ  Educational TV is bound to be, e^ntro-  versi-al. Broadcasting ^onj'es trade** the  Federal Government. However "education  ���and especially education of the very  young, comes under the provinces," So  there will' undoubtedly be" a' heated exchange, especially with Quebec, as to how  educational TV is to -be handled in% Mit.  country.    ,  ETV has great possibilities. They were  outlined recently in a speech by the Secretary of State, -the Honourable Judy"' La  Marsh. In it she 'said"that a number of  countries were already making extensive  use of TV for educational purposes.  Division, Spven  ���  -     y,        |-  ���-      - ^7'K^'1;    -  PEGASUS^ tfiC.^played what was- probably >"jcj^es^4��a^ii play, and<laclced that desire  thejc* ^yorst .game ev^Surt^y ai .Hack- '^an^Vpn^e.pi urgency which Js so, peces-  ett P^rk; ^fieij^gir were;.heaten 2-1 by S^^op'aV^fltfyfe cluli. Lorne Eftmunds,  W,y. S$ft%Wifc7n'yaf Y4*y hVd *o he-1^ Bob ^ksOTfanja'Joe Wilson -gaye their ?11,  lieve thht these 2were thjsi 'same players^ hnpjL;��atfeslu*rnev to make a team,  whp outcJa^se^^jJie^B.ljiedevils-the previous ^"A^^etfblack'ngte w^s^added to the  week.1 S, '  ,/"    r,A A  *'" k^e\whmihe. West Van lads went into  Pegasua^'eorecL^firit on a goalmouth tjir dressing room: it was discoyered that  scrainblg when thp net-min^ef bobhled Gor- - ^%^6 Play several g the visitors ^ad  die Dick's weaFsfiot' apd' the ball went *je^>DbM|.; Whereas the team offals  over tlfe-liiie^itl-m the space of k min- sh^u^ssljtp^ some responsibility for this  ute S_mr3waWscoW*V the othen end "mt Of thhlg by collecting and holding aH  what would have 'passed as a replay of the valuables -it is' nevertheless a * yeiy b*d *���*-  Pegasus gos'j'.-lbese'.Jdnd of goals you1 ex- &ee��#. orpur rconinujnity. It is very ironic  pect in the lower'divisions, not ^ Div. a. ��� thsO,g&*T^.-which has done so niqch. in  The score remained >?ed 4-1 to the inter- ib^figiiMgainst delinquency should *t-  val ,     ,.,���-.;*.,     ' *    tfact'thirjpoor^f-element of our society.  * in tbe,*s\cp*nd Jiatf,.pia'yWeterH>rated ev- V��^ *eac: Capttapo T-Birds vs Pegas-  en more.^th'neither? te^pir showing any  , l?8;^"3^ *??wdpn Park.  Class. On^sj>e<jtator,s^mineiJL up the sij-    \ ,-\L: ;-',�� ��� r--t���rr������ -  uation whep he-wa^^eard.tp remark, "This c^-Sign'ta-window of finance company:  is .*U..��KX.-.wftll�� Mt Si -wift never replace "FOR.-THE -M-AIt WHO HA& EVERY-  soccer." 'Spurs' got the. winner on a bre,ak-    W&G BjUT HASN'T PAID FOE ITa"  away,wbictt-gaye-P5gsugoaJie Bob Watson*-- - ���   -Business is what���when you don't have  all the prin-, -any���you grf out of. \  Miss LaMarsh, after seeing this system  at work in Italy, said that #ie teachers  record their programmes in a real classroom setting, in other words, they are  actually teaching classes and answering  questions as they would normally do.  ' Viewers are located anywhere and  everywhere.' They are > to be found, not  only in classrooms, but also in community ~  halls, church basements and the^ kitchens  of ordinary homes.  One can imagine what the availability  of these programmes, on ordinary TV sets  has done iii remote areas. It has helped,  quite dramatically, to raise the standard  of education, not only among students at  the secondary school level but also that of  the adult population especially in Southern  Italy:    ���  Not only can ETV help immeasurably  in the teaching of science or the presentation of plays by great authors like Shakespeare, but it can also help to cut costs.  The problem of crowding for instance, is  less acute. By using large screens, modern  audio techniques and closed-circuit-trahs-  mission systems the audience numbers can  be increased substantially.  Classrooms for   m~aW"subjects. lh"ow^^^  longer be confined to 30 or 40 students.  Hundreds can receive this instTpction at  the sarnie time.  In order to get around the jurisdictional  question���Ottawa has offered to build the  necessary, transmission facility. Last  year's White Paper on Broadcasting proposed that a new Federal orgapization be  created to build and operate the studios  and transmitting stations. The matter of  programme content, however, will be up  to the provinces. Their Departments of  Education would driftSthe message so to  speak. Ottawa will only be making sure  that it is put across io the most efficient  manner possible.  One decision, at least, bas been made.  It is to open up the Ultra High Frequency,  or UHF, band for educational purposes.  While' this makes many more channels  available to ETV it also means that many  of our present day* sets will be, unable to  pick up programmes of this kind. Sets  with all-channel capabilities are now generally available in the United States. Soon  they will also be necessary in Canada. Our  Canadian electronics industry in other  words, will have to be producing and selling sets which will also tap Ultra High  Frequency waves if our adult population  is  to  also  benefit  from   the  marvels  of  ' .Educational TV In this country.'    , a  [Gibsons bowling  \ HIGH triples this week; were freeman Roy-  ;       nolds  (701)  and  Sylvia   Bingley   (745).  Four 300 games were recorded this week,  '   Freeman   Reynolds  337,   Ron  Oram   325,  Doreen Crosby 30!) nnd Dot Skorry, 300.  ,  Lndios Cqffeo;  Ivn Peterson 595 (243),  ' Hazel Wright 5U, Georglnn Macklnm 501,'  Irene Rottluff. 608 (270), Doreen Crosby 887  ,'��� (239), Marion Lee 664 (251), Lorraine Wer*f  nlng 057 (250), Theroso Jenkins 010 (234)/  Mar�� Pcoraon 610 (240, 208), Carol Kurucz  571,   Ulna   Wilson  553,   Darlene   Mahfield  "'005,' Eleiinor ponfold 566.  , Gibsons A: Lorraine Wernlng 621 (246),  Don McCauley 640, (256), Bill McGivern  687 (248), Freeman Reynolds 716 (337),  Dot Skerry <$p3 (300), Norma Gaines 678  (211, 275),' Joan WleUlon 033, Frank Nov-  I ,ons 600 (27,1), Art, Iloldon 7U (250), Ken  1 Herman 655 (260),  Teachers HI: Art Holden 257, Tammy  Don't Mass This!  . Ifs Tremendous!  a     - .�� ":   'a  October 27, 28 and 30  DERCIBABY  a    ���    '   7      "'.        1       V, �� "'���';''  Tony Curtis,'-jfcossqrip Schdffjno, Nancy  Technicolor - Cinemascope  a^AR^OflVncI SINGLE ;  - ���. 1        * H   V      ' ���''     ''  ���  See it a! Ihe SECHELT THEATRE  THE THpff^i^TH| WATERFRONT  ^~*  ���a   ���*,*     ,  Tim^ermen  .--.  ��� -....-w,,..,._/  little Division 7, Sepjielt Tim-   ^'p^way^are,- l>g5ck row from left:    Casey, Terry Rodway,, Danny ^est-  beafmen.- Sf^rtthg their new-blue and   mikelBeck; Dave5lSfe\^fon, Bill Higgs,, ^aln^; vCx^  WjUte strip scored a 3-0 win^in their * Trevor' SWan, /^Jbrk" TurehneV. 1Jim   Mckepson. -^i^u&^'''^aa^aJtA^  first   game   against   Secheit   Shop   Ifranklin-arid Scott llbdway.   Front:   ^-&^^  Jlasy.    Pictured with  coach  Chuck   Kelly %>dnarek, Scott Jackson, Sarii   Mg|i^  "'   'tsk   "^'"V!  "ZJiJ a  mm*  '%  s  DOWN ^  BETS YOU  Buy a eond at Bank of li-Ofitreal  V   *'  & 196V68 Series  v  ^ A *  Only;5% dow in (jasy  Hciw available $t all l^peipphea  ing  ���by Eye Moscrip  TOURNAMENT  ^vlnnors lust  week  wore  Helen Phillips'nml Fran Jwckson (2,307)  who took top"��� money."' Runners up wore    n rf    Lionel McCimlK npd Frftnk Neyons (2,128)  K,-^0rKa-(nii-702li240)iZun<l��  046 (254), Molvln-Jny 2t|7, Nnnc'y Philips  First game     ���  Playing- their first Division 7 game looked-the--stn>hger:teipj^ffimbjp,i>i  of t)ie  seasoh,  Secheit Timbermcn rhon really shone in the secop'd,haif  (White   shorts)   kept .Secheit   Shop with Dayld Newton scoring*two arid  Easy on their toes.   With no goals Craig Rodway, one goal. /" - '  .  scored in the first half, Shop Easy '     '      '!' v   ���   r  Juvenile soccer away:  Bank of Montreal  Canada's First Bank  *--���������*���  oai   (258),   Hrlo ��� BclimWpfliior  003   (280),  \ Herb Uowdon 650 (S.0.1), .Inck Fltcholt m  '(270), Paddy.Rlohnrd.sou ilia (241), SylvU  Ulnilloy  745  (2fttt),   ��l"   Ay^1- "����0   (280),  ; Lurry Farr 00�� (2411, m), Freeman Jloy-  noldo 761 (242, 250, 263),  Commcrclalfl; Evelyn Berdalh 626, Kv*  ' r ort Nyfrp.s oil) (240), Hon Oram 715 (325,  241!), Shirley HoHpklu 62;., Lorne Gre��ory  08H, Davo llnpkln 250, Evelyn Hhadwell 018,  In''"*. HflndrlckNnn 652, Frank Novoiih 680  (276), (lcori?o Inlander 243, Phyllln Hylton  60(1 (240), noroon Cro��by 715 (UOtl), .lack  iClemoiU 604,  Port Mellon: Art Iloldon 088 (2811), Glyn  Davleii 060 (801), ' Krl'e RclimldNuflr M0,  Yeoman   Roynoldn   Oil),   Dill   Ayres   500,  (3M;-M0J/.6rv..:MoHcri-):80��(308i;.^^ Coa��t,Tnvohilo Soccer aoason  tBAGUB stoRES ,'" . Kot underway last Sunday with 12 toaniH  LihIIoh!    1,11   McCourt   810 (3-35, 340)IV Paying In threo divisions,   Horo aro tho  Phyllis, Handford" 26(5,'Joyce FnrdjvoU 273; ^scoros avnllnWq at' press time.     ;  \ Ladloa MqUnooi' Hazel Skytte 58l,    \    Division SIX   '. ���-,  Commoi'cJiU: Orv Moacrlp 800 (308, 283),;      r0Si Hvavos' 1, Socholt Legion 4,  Bruce,, Hodman 200, Riloen Evniifi ^Sg'.^rnnk' ; '.qibson.s LegiVlO, Res. Tlfiors 0,  DIVISION  FOUR,.../  [Mifi��*^*H��p5n**t^i*w��W-i  Newton 800u Bud"WontfeohiVry **89, J^n  Robinson   285,   Tod -Kuplwk, 312, . Frank'  Novonj 308, Rvo Moscrip 260, ,',., ,  pondor:' NHa Tomllnson 020 (254), Iannis Gamble 007,  1   Ball and Chains ,Oplo Thori.toli.BOn 658  (324),  SCHOOL LEAGUES  Seniors',   Bob  Bonner  386   (207),  1'���cF^  Day 581, Alice Day 531, Herb Lowdon 557 Junlorm  Brad  Allan ,335  (177), Susan  (258), Belly Woods 504 (234), ,lor|(onson 201.(150).,                  .,,:..,..,,,,.  Mons;  Red D'iiy 646 (257), Bob W��Won 1  ny-AlH��K��^3a7L��<lB8)r��Wayno���WrlffhtJ^^^^^^ Cal(hvi,n ?aa (lft7)l      ,  (217), Jim Green 330 (104), ..1    , Bantams: Dcbra Pedrcault 211, Randy  Whieldon 200, Marlon Jenkins 209, Debblo  Slcollo 211), Cindy Wbjoldon 232.  , Res,; Totoms 7, Socholf o.  Jylaoolvn Park vs, Local, 207 postponed,  .   No division sov��n scores had come at  nrqss timo and wo remind* nil conchos thai  it !i��. tholr rpsponslblllty to phono the result  1     ,, of tholr homo Ramos Into Bill Hnrllo at  ��� " '   SBO-a.W before 0 l>,m,  Ho will not contact  Karl .yfi**..  And  then  thoro  was  lho  fnlnlhoartod ���  rolloRO Sturlonl who wan afraid to burn hln  draft curd, ho ho boiled 11.  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Poit Offlco fMdfl,, Socholl ���- Phon��t 009-31333  TUF.SDAY-��� 1 iiOO o,m; to'fidO'p.rnVi  THURSDAYS��� ri:Ob o,m, to7i'00-p,w��--  SATURDAYS���3;30 p,m, to 7:00 p,m,  .*  AMBASSADOR  HOTEL  773 Seymour St     ���-     684-2436  Kt?n Compboll   -   Chaa. Campbolf  ,    CkB-NN COMrOMARU ROOMS  '   $3.50 to $4,50 Slngta  1 '*' *    IN CENTRE OF BEST STORES *  THEATRES ond RESTAURANTS  rnan-oltod Lucky Uogor. Lucky hits tho toato tnrq��t timo  ftllor tlmoi enno aftor caao; dollvoro big boor flavour you can  taata, gront boor quality you oan rolyon. So aot y<*yr Blahta  on Luoky Lngor - tho D.Q. brow tor mon who know a good  1 boor whon thoy taata It,  Givie Yourself a  'icicy  T|il�� -*(ly��rtl��*rn*nt li not pnbllih��<l or fllifii*y��(t My th�� klquor Control Oo��rrt or *>y ��hf Oownmtf*, ��t ^rWf��* ������������*��*��.  '-*,*  J  1   1  ���1-  :t  * 1,  ��*.  -r * "'��* ��� '7l "��J>iavi a  ������,-t^t- .��� ���-. . ..-.;..,.^ - --C r;.:, ..-���.,i - j,f;: ���;....-���-  ^-^-^g^CtCC^.a..^,. -j.:........ a..v>  ��� ������,<���, ��,���.,...>.��� -..j ...������. ,���-   |     :.  7,rAf  3             **���  I  /  *                                                           - -1  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 25, 1967  ' I  1**1  >.  ;t'.i ���  b     ' f  World's biggesfAr^Ar  Long three--year journey  ends for huge conveyor  THE WORLD'S largest conveyor belt has  ended a three-year, 107,000-mile journey.  The 15,000-foot-long steel and rubber  conveyor has completed its job of delivering 100 million tons of fill material to the  Portage Mountain Dam site from a glacial  deposit three miles away. '  The conveyor is the longest single-flight,  high-capacity one in the world. It has  travelled the equivalent of more than four  times around the earth at the equator  since it began operation in July, 1964,  The dam has now reached its full height  of 600 feet. Only about 50,000 cubic yards  of the. structure's total 57.2 million-cubic-  yard volume remain to be placed.  Under the dam's left flank, meanwhile,  installation of the first three generating  units is in progress in the world's largest  underground powerhouse. Ultimately there  will be ten of the 227,000-kilowatt units.  First power is to be generated in 1968.  It will be delivered to population and industrial centres in southern B.C. via a  500.000- volt transmission network now  under construction.  About 140,000 people had visited the  project site up to the end of July this year.  Resident project manager BUI FUndlay  estimates that there will have been 200,000  visitors by the end of the year. A total  of 135,000 visited the site during 1966.  The dam will create B.C.'s largest lake,  a 640-square-mile reservoir with a storage  capacity of 57 million acre-feet of water.  The lake will be 225 miles long and have  1,000 miles of shoreline.  Estimated peak labor force at the Portage/Mountain project this year was 4,000  men, up from 3,800 in 1966 and 1,600 in  1965. At least 2,000 workers are expected  to be employed in 1968 as work continues  on the powerhouse and other installations  in the dam area.  i  ,000000-000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000004.  *00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000S.  St��ck-Up For HALLOWEEN I  Roasted Peanuts ,b. 39c  Apples Mcntosh ._l7 ibs. !�������  Pomegranifes __��� m-IO*  Dad's Biscuits    ���_..��� 1 for $9c  NEILSON'S  Chocolate Bars     8 bar, 39c  Redman's Red & White Market  sechelt;b.c.  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FOR  TRICK  on  TREAT  BAI1E  VILLAGE BAKERY - Secheit  r-lj**"  ���*��� (.�� ��-*-*,*.  <A (WlCKt "Wla-JH^Wf*. I  '.Ufo*��<*BS4l��*WFt!l��Wi**��iai!'(-J'(��'*  '^^ifc  Mac Apples  Handi-pak .,������..,.��� ., ,  Halloween  Bags of Candy  PEANUTS  ���SJEtMA-PARI^STORE  DAILY DiLJviRY    ���'  885-9336  WATCH  FOR OUR TOYLAND  GRAND OPENING!  Sixes 12-16. Reg. 4.99  Special 4 Days Only ..  a><l>M��!��^**M*^I^M*".t^^ ^ ��*I>S*W   h .S^l^-i*  5   .   __���  CANDY  MASKS  and everything  for  GOBLINS!  lp**i-q*-��j|*'**f*0^  t,f0000000000000000f00000*000*000m0*Md00fl000i,.-.  INDIVIDUAL  AND BOXED  Christmas Cards  NOW ON DISPLAY  FOR GOOD SELECTION  AND OVERSEAS     ,  .MAILINGI���l~  Boys' Denim  JEANS  HOWICH STYUNG-TAPERED,  Sixes 8-10, Reg. 3.99  Special 4 Days Only ..  I" M��c*0[Kie*M WWM****1**^ SSPOSSf����  FREE FILM  Hand in your  film for  processing  and get a  new ONE FREE!  OPEN FRIDAYS TIL 9:00 P.M.  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A^*t-J  ^*2l-#tM.i*V��s-^3J1.**  *��.>!>,������ ��,rl>*vj--   *<*f'7f^'<^,p^J!J^y-JLl'f **    ^ *  v..*--/ ��~ *   **-w*-**������/*V*"* -��^.*- %    (���*���(**-���-��� ^  - >"��*��^/-��^''SP^>^U>i%-H7&*^#-^_ka6��vf-*-^  * rf*<w***y**4Vii   jm*/.-  if'  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, October 25,1967  Oclohei22-Wh  ���   ���   ���  Pages 1-4  Local Ladies celebrate  A  --T-T  A  Starts JqjmqryJ ��� ..,  Consumer safeguard act  details now disclosed  a, >  Business Women's Week  ���  A .": -   Steak-ln  chefs  While, most people hav.e put away pell get" the. steaks sizzling for 120  their barbeques for the winter,, the Lions Chuck Rodway and Don Chap-  fj   Sithshine Coast Lions Clu^b got theirs people   who   dined   in   candlelight  W^Vo.^^  ll   out. for  a   giant  Steak-ln  held  at comfort in the Pen.  Motors Show   after the transaction has been completed.  r.'t   Peninsula Motors last Saturday even- Rodm.  ***   ihig. Zone Chairman Joe Benner and  ATTORNEY-GENERAL Robert W. Bonner  has announced that the provincial cabinet has now approved Regulations under  the Consumer Protection Act.  They are to, come into force and effect.  on,*.January; 1st, 1968. The provisions of  that Act, not previously proclaimed, are  also to come into force on,the same date.  ' The Attorney-General said, "The Consumer, Protection Act and Regulations seek  to provide safeguards to the person purchasing on credit or borrowing money, but  requiring a uniform disclosure of the cost  of credit so as to make valid comparisons  of credit costs possible."  "The Act and Regulations are designed  to require all the costs to be incurred,by  a borrower of money or a purchaser of  goods on time to be expressed to him. by  the credit grantor or seller of the goods in  terms of an annual percentage rate and  a total dollar sum.  ''Moreover, the rate and the other matters required to be disclosed must be disclosed prior to the transaction being entered  upon. '  There is no useful purpose in a person  completed.  This legislation will require disclosure  which will permit the consumer to shop  for the best credit rates possible, just as  he shops for any other commodity."  BUYING ON CREDIT  The new laws help the buyer in all time-  payment transactions by requiring that,  before credit is given, the buyer be provided with a clear, written statement showing:  ���the cash price of the goods or services;  the? advertisement must contain every-one ���  of the following items:  ���the sum to be actually received in  cash by a borrower or the actual cash  price of the goods (whichever- is applicable);  ���4--the amount of the down-payment (if  aijjr);  '���the amount of each instalment; and  M���the number of instalments required to  ,repay the total indebtedness, including the  edst of borrowing.  <4No advertisement shall contain only one  ot two of the above provisions. All or  none must be included.  OTHER MATTERS  The Act also empowers a Judge, having  regard to the risk and all the circumstances, to find that the cp��t-of-borrowing :  lit; a transaction is excessive and that the.  transaction is harsh and unconscionable  and thereupon to reopen the-'transaction  and settle it upon such terms as he deems  "fit. ���*������������.��� ���-���������:���  * The Act also deals with the assignment  of negotiable instruments.  PENALTIES  4-Where the credit grantor understates  the cost of credit in the statement required  to be disclosed prior to extending the  credit, the .borrower is only liable to pay  the sum or rate so stated; In addition,  substantial penalties are provided for contravention of the Act and Regulations.'  "As presently written the Regulations  do not extend to transactions involving  mortgages or agreements for sale on the  security of real property," said the Attorney-General. ~~  "The date on which the Regulations are  Jo^come into_eff��ct4s--JainiatyTst, 1968, .so  as  to  allow  sufficient   time   for   credit  granters and others to acquaint themselves  with the requirements and: to prepare the  necessary forms. Of cpuTse,, all those who  are in a position to comply, prior to that  date._are^ged..to.doi.so.     .  "Prospective consumersi ofcredit and  possible purchasers from itinerant sellers  would do well'to consider the benefits which  will be available to them after that date  and be guided accordingly.  - "Borrowers and buyers should bear in  mind..that nothing in the Act and .Regular,  tions relieves them of their responsibility  of making careful decisions when considering a loan or a purchase on credit. All  interested persons should make themselves  familiar with the Act and Regulations  which can be obtained from the Queen's  Printer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria  (price 15c each). For advice on the working of the Act and all regulations, see  your qualified business adviser,."' .  ��. j t- \  Bj#sUtettt*of the Suasfcine Coast Lions   J&ns A <_W SteM-Iw; * ^whichY took  Club; "Terry Rodway does spme pre-   three sittings to serve 120 people.  ft-  siding oyer the sink at last Saturday's  ��  ���the amount of any charges for insiir  ance or official fees required to be paid  under any federal or provincial,statute;  ���the amount of any down payment or  trade-in;  ,.,,, ���the* amount of total: credit finance  charges on the net balance to be paid,  expressed both in dollars and cents and as  an annual percentage rate;  ���the basis on which additional charges  are to be made if the buyer should fall  behind in his payments.  BORROWING MONEY  As in credit sales, the borrower must  be given a written statement showing the  amount to be actually received in cash;  the cost of borrowing, expressed both in  dollars and cents and as an annual percentage rate; any charges for insurance  or official fees; the rate and intervals at  which the money must be repaid; and any  charges in the event of default on payments. A- ��� -���  :i Ilia borrower*.or?'persoi.^bftying goods    ;��> p "k 3o., O\ '? K �����>   f |?-(>*>  on cEedit can. pay b��ttffi;|j$^ Yiifi-C  to jdue date, then 'the���';noi^cowetJ'orrt���bttJ^t���"  is entitled to a proportionate rebate of the  credit  charges   by   the  application of   a  formula set but in the Regulations.  ITINERANT SALES  Special provisions apply to "itinerant  sellers" which in general terms include  anyone who regularly sells goods or services away from his permanent place of  business.       ��� '   '-'.- ������  In the case of a cash purchase, when  the-price of the goods or services exceeds  $50, the sales, contract must be in writing  and include the following:  ���the name and address of both seller  and buyer;  ���a description and the price of the  goods or services, and a detailed statement  of the terms of payment;  ���a statement of any warranty or  guarantee applying to the sale. If there is  no such warranty or guarantee/the contract must say so,  And In addition, when'the purchase price  of the goods-or services exceeds $50, and  there is a credit charge, the purchaser  must bo furnished with the written statement required to bo furnished In tho case  of credit transactions referred to above,  ��� Tho , contract must. be signed by tho  buyer and an originally signed copy must  bo given to the buyer,  CAN BE CANCELLED  tinder tho Act, any person who buys  goods worth $50 or moro from an Itinerant  seller has the right to; cancel the contract,  ��� provided he docs so In writing, personally  delivered or sent by registered mall, within three days of receiving his copy of tho  contract, if tho goods are not delivered tho  SUNSHINE Coast Business -and Profession-  ' al Women's club is joining sister clubs  across Canada in celebrating Business Wo-'  men's Week Oct. 22-28. To celebrate a  similar week two years ago, the local club  started a bursary to be given to a student ���  from either high school on the peninsula  leaving the area to take further training  in commerce.  , First bursary was presented to Georg-  ina Dellar of Garden Bay who took a five  month secretarial course at the Burnaby  Institute of Technology. Last year's bursary went to a student from Elphinstone,  Merrilee Olson, who ,spent the summer at  the Western School of Commerce, Vancouver, taking a course in I.B.M. Keypunch.  Another important aspect of the BPW  club, is attendance of members at regional  meetings, provincial conferences and federal conventions. The local club has had  representatives each year at the Lower  Mainland regional meetings, the provincial  conferences at Pinewoods, Manning Park,  and tiie past-president, Mrs. Lily Dunlop,  last year attended the federal convention  at Victoria.  At .these meetings members from various parts of the province and country get  together to exchange experiences, ideas  and tod iscuss direction and work of the  club, which is international in -scope. .  -To* raise money for the bursaries and  travel fund for delegates, the club held a  highly successful rummage sale in Secheit  and last winter raffled a mink stole.  Meetings are held at Ole's Cove Resort  with dinner at 6:30 p.m., followed by the  meeting at 8 p.m. ,'"������,"  . . The local club is a member of the United Nations Association Branch in Vancouver and each Christmas sells UNICEF  Christmas cards, the proceeds of which  goto, that branch of the United Nations  WmchV is concerned with helping needy  children throughout the world. The club  has had many interesting guest speakers  in the past, including the Hon. Isabel Dawson when the club was the first group any  where to be addressed by her in her capacity as cabinet minister.  This year it is hoped' the club will work  closely with the newly formed Future Secretaries' Club at tiie Pender Harbour secondary school, as well as in other areas of  education.  The club is allowed a percentage of  members who are not working women.  Anyone interesting in joining is welcome  to attend meetings and this could be arranged by contacting; Membership Chairman Mrs. Marilyn Wigardof; Secheit (885-  9345) or secretary Mrs. Doreaa Lee of Bryan Road, Silver Sands (883-2283)*  Speaker at the next' meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 7 will be chairman of the regional district, Norman Watson.  Following is an endorsement, of the prin  ciples of the Canadian Confederation ot  Business and Professional Women's Clubs  by Premier W. A. C. Bennett.  The precepts of the Canadian Federation of Business and Professional Women's  Clubs are worthy of praise and commendation.  I  am  glad  to endorse  these fine  principles in the belief of their merits and  in the example they set.  ,.    .Canada is fortunate in the high percentage of its women who have chosen to ac-  : cept business ��� and professional respom$>-, -.:  ',' ilies. That these same citizens discharge  their' multiple "duties'" with decorum  ahd  efifciency i& a credit to the nation. Their  '. dedication    has    contributed    immeasure-  ably to the good name of bur great homeland. Less conspicuously, meantime, their  adherence to high ethical standards has  been a source of inspiration to members  the length and breadth of the land.  "The Challenge of Change" is an ambitious theme. I congratulate members  most heartily in their choice. At the same  time, I have no doubt that, in their own  customary way, they will achieve their  objective and, indeed, set even higher standards of attainment in the years to come.  My very best wishes to you all.  W. A. C, Bennett,  Premier  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  Secheit 885-2214  Toll Free from Vancouver 685-4922  EACH  Secheit & Gibsons TO Oowntew Yaiicou��er  (Boyshore Inn)  NEW SCHEDULE SERVICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 4th  MONDAY ��� WEDNESDAY ^-FRIDAY  AT A quiet family wedding at the Bethel  Baptist Church at Secheit, on the evening of Oct. 21, Rev. A. Willis officiated at  the marriage of Carson Nesbit, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Graves and  Roy Doyle of Halfmoon Bay.  The bride, wearing a floor-length gown  of white satin and carrying a bouquet of  white chrysanthemums, was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was  Mrs, Al Laakso in a dress of gold brocade  and carrying a bouquet of amber chrysan-  .themums. Mr. Al Laakso,was best, man. ' ���  Following the ceremony, a reception  was held at the Al Laakso home at" Secret  Cove, when the toast tb the bride was given by Mr. A, J. Rutherford, master of ceremonies. The couple will make their homo  in Halfmoon Bay.  -*&  yLfeOves^Secheit t .  Tinier **-���-.��� ��l*>. flight  9:00 a.m.      &&%*  3:00 p.m.       30l  J-eavcs Gibsons  <  t*****ni ___   -.  ��� ������IIK-*** ,*'";,,*V-**V**7*--r  .S^4%.-iMJnu'r'..  'toeSVesP Vancouver  lime - - _ yi-Elinlilu-  ,10:3,0 am.    7ld3^T  SATURDAY' (OncTFIijakf Only)  Leaves Secheit  Time flight  9:00 o.m.        901  Leaves Gibsons  Time ; Flight;  9:15 a.m.        901  Leaves Vancouver  Time AA   ^  Flight  10:00 a.m.      1001  SUNDAY (One Flight Only)  PrZTZZSf-.  Leaves Secheit  Time Flight  3:00 p.m.        301  Leaves Gibsons  Time Flight  3:25 p.m.        301  teaves Vancouver  Time/ '   Flight  4:00 p.m.       401  OTHER CONNECTING SERVICES MONDAY - WEDNESDAY . FRIDAY from:  Nelson Is. - Pender Hbr. - Egmont - Thornamby Is. - Jervis Inlet - Secret Cove and  Secheit Inlet area.  ;���,'"'  Pender Hbr. to Vancouver 16.50  Egmont to Vancouver _���16.80  Thornamby Is. to Van. 13.80  Secret Cove to Vancouver 14.10  TW�� advertisement la not published �� displayed by Uie Uquor Control Board oi^ty^  there's a great head  under this hard hat!  Holping hand!  Chairman   of   tho   Lions   Steak-ln 'amatters was very welcome, and Lion   norlm- lhlAnrt u-.!,--; ��h�� ���������-,'y~"�� va  'committee; Bill McDermid,  gets a������', Barrle, Redman (centre) .during last   SllclTtcxSSS!��^        aCt m y b  holping hand fpm Mrs, Mabel Jylc-,. Saturday's  tremendously, successful      if ho ohnceis tho" contract  Uw buyer  Dcrmid,  whoso experience In such   foasti��������� , .'    ,   '        n^��st ^tnrn my goods ho hns' nlrondy re-  colvcq,  ��t, tho .seller's  expense and tho  floUor..muBt-roturn-��ny-monoy-^)r.tr��do*lnt.  which ho rocolvpd,  When a trade-in Is Involved, tho goods  given In trade only become tho seller's  pronorty pftop tho threo day "coollng-off"  period has expired without tho buyer can*  colling tho contract.  C*-^*a-SE  BWniito  "���*'."*^..*"l''.*���**ll^ll*l*rt*HlA.'��.��>Al*IM^I��IA*lA<*M^mil.l6h*l***AIA  TO SERVE YOU  BETTER  THE PENINSULA TIMES NOW HAS TWO OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU.  SEASIDE PLAZA - GIBSONS  Phono 886-2515  .   COWRIE STREET - SECHELT  Phono 885-9G54 ������ '  ADVERTISING  If a lender of imohoy or seller of goods  on time makes any reference in ah ndver-  Uscmcnt to the interest rate which ho  ��� charges for extending credit tlum ho Is  required to disclose tho ���Hmo" Interest  rate which Includes, all tho charges and lo  which reference has already been made,  Jf a lender of money or poller of goods  on time makes no reference In an advertisement to tho Interest rat* but does mt\k��  rcfcroncojo_othey^tcrms ^credit, then  *il*��titW4��i#wi^^*��H*Vi��i����Hl��  Q0alVl��9^/l7/^  PHOHE 885-9345  RELIABLE; SEWING MACHINES AVAILABLE FOR RENT  SECHELT, B.C.  !  ^tmtmtt/immuuttutmmutgttitMtmvaiiim  4  ' )!....*' ' > li,  *g&mSMXx4*-^  - J  ��*Ui-~ �� j  . --*^34*S!i4-  ....    ���^  --t ~- ~~-  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 25��� 1967  1  itesA  LAST MONDAY, the school photographer  came around and took our individitail  pictures and those of the staff members.  These pictures, which .are ready for distribution around-"November,- will appear in  the annual at the end of the year.  Pender now has a trained counsellor. Bud  McKenzie, who will try to help those who  have problems at home.or at school. Mr.  McKenzie is counsellor -for all of School  District 46 and will be at our school on  Tuesdays and Thursdays.  In the volleyball battle between the  senior boys and the teachers last Wednesday the students emerged victorious, winning three games out of five.  In our English class we read as one of  our selections Alan Paton's "Cry the Beloved Country." the almost poetic protest'  against South Africa"s racial unrest. . In  one of our class discussions the question of  inter-racial marriages was brought up.  Since this is a question of great dimensions  in our society today, in fact Time Magazine  recently ran an article regarding it. -I  wondered how young Canadians felt about  it.  Everyone I asked was in favour of such  ��� marriages and when asked if they would  marry -a Negro themselves they replied,  "Sure I would, -if I loved him."  One .person's view was that if a man  was a good catch in every other aspect his  colour really shouldn't matter. Said this  person, "They could do a whole lot worse  in the white race."  Judging from the students' replies I feel  confident that if- this is the general view  life is going to be a lot happier for minority  groups when this, generation becomes society's leaders.  Health Tips  Canadian Medical Assoc.  The most common symptoms are pain  in the stomach and chest, fullness or bloating in the abdomen, an excessive amount  of gas, heartburn, loss of appetite and even  nausea- Most people find these symptoms  occurring soon after meals, and more frequently after eating certain foods. Some-  . times they asspeiate headache and con-  "'[ stipation with iridigestipn.  There are many patent medicines available without prescription which are supposed to be useful in the relief of any or  all these symptoms. The three main groups  are antacids, laxative and headache rem-  ,...!.,,ediesa ���  .........:,., A,. '.. ..:..- ���.-...-  Antacids are taken to counteract the  effect of the hydrochloric acid normally  present in the stomach. Taking large  amounts of antacid may, however, disturb  the cnemical balance of the body and cause  such complications as kidney stones.  The constant taking of laxatives to re-  ��� lieve constipation may interfere with the  absorption from the intestine of vitamins  and other important food factors.  ���,*.      Some", of the drugs  commonly used in  j headache tablets have been shown^to cause  ��� inflajiimation of the kidneys.  "|      The:'C:M.A.  says, these are but three ,  0 examples' of why it is unwise for.-people'  1 to .adniinister to themselves large amounts  of patent medicines.- The Other very im-  7 portant factor, of course, is that the symp-  v toms they are treating may be due toan  ; underlying disease. It -would be ,more  '���'' sensible;;: for the individual to consult his  7 doctor," X.. ..,.,...'       ...X ...:.:... . /_  ....  . ....'  *������ Conimunity Association  laces possible iailure  "T"'WILSON'"Creek Community Association is  'makihjg. an urgent appeal to all Wilson  :���,,, Creek citizens, to. attend tonight's meeting  of the Association at 7:30 p.m., Wed., Oct.  ;; 25, in the Community Hall. ...  ��� j"   Future of the hall .will, be ,dis<ji>ssed and  ; unless more -support is forthcoming, k is  I' more'th^npossible ii-hat the association will  I; fold and the hall will ,be closed down.  iAM this happens, there will bo no place  for Guides, Brownies and Cubs'to meet.  ;;Ai the moment the guiding and scouting  movement in the area is very actiye with  very  fine   leaders.    Once   aij ��� associatl6n  " folds, It 1,? hard to re-establish it again.  Residents of all ages are asked to attend  the meeting and bring ideas' and suggestions to keep the hall open for community  functions and the ball park maintained for  baseball and summer 'sports.  T*j'V;yi  ��� *'v .  \A  -J��-V�� *       nip.   .,    VS  a       '    X   V  jy-f- -  -a    (i -      *-��X\AJ^'*xV*** ��    ������    ,  y'-&*}ii'���*��  '?YvV'_ ^  J ,7 t-v. i*  will reside iiiCdliary  ST. MARK'S Anglican Chutch (South Hill),  H$ce, and White accessories.  __  50th Aye. and Prince Albert St., Aftta-    a The groom's,mother who traV&Uefl *from  couver, B.C, was the setting for a~very* Sf$n River, wore hi ^medium 'blue tafl&ta  impressiye   double-ring  ceremony,   SatuV*   sitft with ��cce'ssbttes e^tonfe/  day, Qct. 7 at 7 30 p.m. ' -  Reception wSs held at Fra_erview jHall,  United in marriage were Victoria Elsik   toflowedf by M&&E- \  only daughter of Mr  and Mrs Finest J.    > 'H*niy A. West i* Vancouver, B.C. gave  ,Itee of Irvine's landing, B,���   and mm   <th^bn^'1. to^si       >���   t ._   :  Warren Byron of Calgary, Alberta, soh,6i     t For going ,away,ythe;,bwde lookedatery  Mrs Byi-on and the fete Mr V^tor E. By-" ^mmg m a joe&um W��e tt'ool wit With  ron of Swan River, Man. '        '���  ��i , three-quarter length sieves .tnmmed with  _  ���        ���   _ .      ,., .,,   'J5     white fur. Her .hat was sinaUi and of white  Reverend Grant E. Dale .pfficiated ��t feathers. Her accessories were black and  \the ^ceremony mtoe Absence of Reverend    white and f^he wore "a corsage of red and  n,     a-.j a-n-. .. w_      ��. y^Ue   TOSeS.  The young couple will reside in Calgary.  Travelling to the &oast for the wedding  were: the groom's mother, Mrs. Ma,rion  Byron, Swan River; ,Cal/~ JVTaier, Wayne  Byron -and Miss Blanche Almond of Calgary; Miss Marilyn Gardiner of Nelson;  Mrs. Lucinda Hepburn,^MV. and Mi1;?. J.  Hepburn and 'Mjrs. Bjbtty * Meljema from  Seattle, Wash;. Mr. and Mrs. Mattis of 100  jVtile House, B.C. and Mr. and Mrs. V. T.  WlUiams of Yale, B.C.  Ai,. E* Godwin  Thfe organist was. Mrs Ric-  ketts a^d the soloist was M*s. Vicfo Leyi,  whn     cans     Hid     tra>*v     Haant-iful     "Wedding  >yho  sang   the   very   beautiful  Prayer". X  Given in marriage by 'her father, the  V^de wore kn A-luie floor,length goWnjof  ���hea.vy white satin,' en train and *mbrof<l-  eied with appMues pf lace 4nd seed pearls  abd ^fe^turitlg .hly* p'blnt sleeves. A srti��H  Jhinestone cro^vn 'heljd her Ihoiilder length  bouffant veil of white t;ulle and sine canqlsd  a cascading bouquet of red and white roses The groom's gift to his .bride was a gol4  Secheit News Notes  MR. AND MRS. Andy Wilson Jr. of West  Secheit. re'cehtly .travelled   by   road ."to  Sunnyvale, Calif., where they visited their  nieces   and   nephews,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   \R.  Jones and Mr. and Mrs. R. Wilson.  During their visit the family joined in  celebrating  the  80th  birthday, of Mrs.  A.  Smith, grandmother of their hosts.  This was Mrs. Wilson's first visit to  California and-^he was most impressed by  the friendly hospitality of people in the  area, also by the fresh, clean appearance  of San Francisco and surrounding districts.  During the holiday, their hosts, Mr. and  Mrs. R..Jones, took them on a tour of San  Francisco where they visited ail the Well  known ^aces of interest.  "'iwF^^^zlo,'" ^""'-":-""--���  Mrs. Mara Lumsden of Vancouver, a  former resident of West Secheit. was hospitalized while visiting Rev. and Mrs.  Samuel Cassells of West Secheit. She is in  St. Mary's Hospital recovering from an  -attack'of'arthritis.  Also in St. Mary's Hospital and making  good progress is Mrs.  Mark Steele.  Mrs. A. Dawe reports that the Centennial Committee is busy with the details of  the new library. The cement slab has been  poured and construction is to begin this  week.   .���"'���  HOME AGAIN  Mrs. C. H. Nixon of Secheit is happy to  ;^. home again following a three-month trjp  to'Eastern "Canada,   She visited her two  sons, Jack  and Archie,  in Winnipeg  and  Awhile there attended the Pan Am games.  .She. was very, impressed by the goodwill of  the people.   She aiso visited another son,  Robert in Ottawa, and a daughter in Baie'  d! Urfe.   Mrs Nixon spent three days at  Expo in. Montreal where she especially enjoyed the exhibits of Israel and B.C. Tele-  phdBfi -Co.,  - Motoring' from Ottawa to Winnipeg  through Lake Superior Park, she enjoyed  the autumn beauty of the countryside. From  Winnipeg, Mrs. Nixon flew back to Van-  . couver,-'.   ,,  ,.,. ���,...',....     . ... ',, ,.,���.,!,,'. ..,,'.  ENGAGEMENT  ,:r ;Mr�� and Mrs, L. Evans^ were in Vancouver on "Friday 13th;Mo' attend an engagement party in the Panorama Room,  Hotel.Vancouver., Jhe party was ih honour  '''   '       '       *'''��� '  ' ' '      ',    "       |   ,,rv " i ��� 'i'" ' '        il'   ' '   ;f  of Mrs. Evans' twin, sister,. Mafy iHppwood,  and her fiance, Ernie Pollard of Yictoria.  Mary has been nursing f,or; %e. past six  years in San Jose, Calif- Mr. PoUaxd ds a  school principal in Victoria. ,.  SOCIAL EVENING  A number of Secheit members 'attended  a  soci  Olson, -Gibsons.   The meeting was posted  by Mr.' and Mrs. Ian Cattanach.    "���".;*���  Arctic crafts  Mr.  and. Mrs. F* Ross Gibson tell _ auu auc ,,,���,,  u  m.m^XgH year' old daughter Steph- and white chrysanthemums  ante, .stonw  of/toe Eastern .Arctic Bridesmaid was Miss Marilyn'Gardiner  and the tostory pf just part of their of Nelson/ BX., wearing a "dress, of the  beautiful Collection of Eskimo carv- same material and design as the'maid "of  ings and superbly woven Arctic grass honour but in rose shade, and she carried  baskets.   Mr. Gibson who is one of a" bouguet'of yellow and white chrysanthe-  the grandsons of "the Minding family mun-s*                                             '"?:  of   Gibsons   Landing,   George   and ,. Flower girl was Miss Wendy Sprosofl  crucifix studded  wrth pesitjls ^  Maid of honour wvas Rliss Blanche Al- T _"i'f*al   nt_SrVc?rirtafi   TintlC  mond of Calgary, who wore ,a Hoor length JuwUCll  lilCIl iVOlUall   Wlllo  gown of blue satin with overdress of nylon       I ��� - i      i  lace    Her   head-dress   was   of   matching *.hfl01111(1   f!OntfiSl  tulle, held in placeny a, rose of ithe same w*uuuuy ��� yviilOW  tone and  she carried a   opuquet "of pmk  ^tPo^S^Bffi^S    CharlQtte   Gibson,   ^11   be   showing    of Vancouver, wearing a gown of yello&    ��*��^  becneit  ���er  bquaciron  njee^g  and      ^ .      ^a s    ais0 of the same design and material, with"   jaPr���,  :ial evemng at the  home  of = Mrs.  A.    *u^s -:ana .rT^img, ,sa��^ ot "ls e.x'   m^mnp hft���rt-rtrA��   Sh*�� ^rri*^ a cm��n    wth *e B  penenqes   while   serving   with   the  RC��in thenar North; on Thursday   ^ums!  at Pender,  Friday  in  Secheit  and  Sautraay in Gibsons.  macthing head-dress. She carried a small  basket of tiny yellow and white chrysajj*  AT CONVENTION  Dr.  and   Mrs.   Eric  Paetkau   have  re  turned from  a  week's  trip to  Saskatoon, A " ���-   Sask.,   where   they   attended   a    Midical | '7  Convention   and   Medical   class   reunion��� I ga��e. my wife -a $10 gift certificate on  class of 1957.. They also stopped m Galjgafy her bi^tjiday and Idle .used it as. a  down  where they visited Dr. Pae^fcau's parens payment; oh av$2,66o coat���Bob Orbehr  and sister. i '' ' !���?-��� "��������� = '���   Best man was the groom's brother^  Wayne Byron of Calgary. Ushers were:  Cal.;- Maier of Calgary and the bride's  brother:, ��ydney Lee of Irvine's Landing. S  5le bride's nSother  chose for. the oc-  ca^on^a^JIglit ..^  .chiiil"-||ft Jand three ouarter-U?h|th coat of  BILL, ELLIS, Secheit, won a rifle in the  "Shot   to  Win  Contest"   sponsored  by  Canadian Industries Limited.'  Ellis, one of 81. winners in the nationwide contest, won a single-shot rim-fire  riflfe-  jlJnder the rules of the contest each  entrant receive a special target from his  sporting goods dealer, on which he was  required to fire a five-shot score with a  rifle. Each target was mjarked  name and address of the dealer  issuing it.  r Mr. Ellis received his entry from C & S  Sales & Service, Secheit, which also automatically became the winner of a $10 cash  dealer prize  The.first place winner, Robert A. Clayton of Beaurepaire, Quebec, received $1,000  worth* of hunting equipment.  Hi/rhfb^zes,and a .number of, consolation  prizes^*jfee now soing forward to the winners.  NEWLYWEDS RETURN -A I  Heather and Allan Marshall arrived  back from a wonderful honeymoon- in  Hawaii. They were on the Penmsiife^jast  .'weekend''"'"visiting"' their pafents;i'-jjprr^''ahd  Mrs. H. Marshall of Gibsons and "Mr.-and  Mrs. Ben Lang of Secheit.  NEW ARRIVAL  Mr. and Mrs. Brent Marshall of' Cobo-  conk, Ont., are the proud parents of a  baby boy, born on Saturday, October 21st  in St. Mary's Hospital, Secheit. The Brent  Marshalls and their two children have been  visiting Brent's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Huxley Marshall, Gibsons, for the past  month.  NEW .R#$iPiNfsy  New -residents of Davis Bay are Mr.  and Mrs. - John . Malcolm, formerly of  Burnaby. They have purchased a new  home ih Davis B&y and -Mr. Malcolm,  who is;; a, certified master plumber, is  going ipto business in the area.  SOC C���R FAN  A busy lady in Secheit on Sunday was  Mrs. H. Grimmett of 'West Vancouver,  trying to. watch two soccer games being  played simultaneously. Grandson Andy  Henderson was playing for the Secheit  Legion team" "and'grandson. Bill Myers of  W6st Vancouver was playing for the visiting West Vancouver Spuraways, Mrs.  Grimmett, who Is the sister of Mr.'Norman  Burley, spent many happy childhood days  in Secheit.  'OT-  ������i.t  HospitalHighlights  FROM St.  Mary's Hospital,, the. Director    help, to, mako. ;them feel at home by ex-,  of Nursing reports the  arrival of four    tending a; warm welcome.  ''The heart" monitor equipment' mention-'  nurses, three originally from the Philip  pine's and one from Hong Kong, An Australian nurse has also been on the staff for  .some time, They are all highly qualified  and a welcome addltlonf to the Hospital  Staff ai)d the community.  As  Opportunity   presents   Itself,   please  ed In a previous Issue is now in service.  Much credit is duo to the members of  the six Women's Auxiliaries to St. Mary's  who have donated the funds which made  poassible the purchase of this "modern mlr- '  'acle'Ay ������/.���'��� ',���"-..-  A groat deal of careful  research and  study   were   undertaken   by   tho   Mfldl*?al  Staff to determine the best typo obtainable  ,  for this hospital, and It Is felt tho "moiilt*  supplied by Ingram nnd Bell, Ltdjof  Vancouver, B,C,( is most satisfactory,  '       '  .  t .   .  . .,. y .    ,  .^ .  Tho telephone rnng in tho offlco ,of  William A. Bostlck/curator of tho Dutrblt  Institute of Arts, nnd tho person on ��� tilie  other end offered -to oxchango n sto on  sculpture for a roivnrd,  Bostlck-hnd'tho-call-trftcpd���rlght-bftck^  to a pay phone at tho museiim. ���  Police moved In and Inter nrrested1 a  20-yeAr-pld man In n washroom. Ho wftfi  chnrged with extoftlpn, i  ���i*n'W**s**i��wr^w��B.-I^  ciaim TICKETS - LOOSE ^^-/.uprrc . STAW-^S -  :. ��� stf- ^S&.<��'.  ^ -.-TAPE DISPENSERS - TVfEW*.'^_T ^pjSERS - PAPER  PAPER- PENS AND P^CI^qb^S-l^BEtSAND  ruPS . SCOTCH TAPES -#��|S. TWINES AND  STRINGS - ^^TSjwMNAR PADS.  Be��HtlM nw^JHrwS*'1*' lin��' '"??  **����� f_| I'I ^ I |J V3��3> U I ni I ." yaUi-Ka-afil. *8*!*J'W**** ^��^Wft��SM��J*!!M**6W��WWi��^W^M  repair oncl ryialntenance sor  ler  Toj_?to0��r  fAOM  I itotopmtmtifciKHiti  /\sk about our  ^rrrst^-".-  liable.  fotWat\i S^*  cord cardboard!.  Conrtructlon P��P��;  BhfAwnsel  1^4��,(^Hl^(*liMi#^lW*4W>to    '-  th  a; &iX,  Plflytlmo        r  Preparing   for   Halloween   In ' St. aro busy with "black cats" uiitfeir th��  lory's-;Hospital,   threo   little   con- supervision of momborfi of <tho nur^  Valfj^fifjitjiptfe��|s, Marie Irene Jen- ing staff, Miss Myrna Burtniek and  len", mMi Sattl and Ernest Joe, who Mrs. Mary Jiudolph,  VILLA  WINES  \���..  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V  "a. , , jy_  -f  " *���-  Ottawa Report  *   Mill  \gmngs.  ^^^^  Very" (affeirt  The Tiwes' Ottawp Bureau  OTTAWA.���John Diefenbaker will not be in  his seat wherf -the' House of Commons  reconvenes next Monday. 'He will be fishing. That is an eminently sepsible dccupa-  tion for anyone who has been through the  strenuous days in Torpnto at ,the ,age of 72  But it raises the question of how often  Parliament is going to see him in future.  Ho is still the -member for Prince Albert.  As this report ts being written he is still  Leader of Hdr Majesty's Official Opposition. < It would be logical to expect an  almost immediate resignation from that  office and the choice of an interim Opposition Leader until Robert Stanfield's entry  into the House of Commons. But logic has  not bepn the primary guideline that Mr.  Diefenbaker has been following these days.  Even if he retains his seat in the Commons  the figure that has dominated the House as  Prime Minister or Opposition Leader since  1Q.37 will be gone.  In his place before the end of the year  will be the 53-year-old son of a prominent . ,  Nova Scotian industrial family who has L,  been Premier of the Province since 1956.  In background, character and personality  Mr. Stanfield is a contrast to Mr. Diefenbaker. There will be ao prairie shanty to  be'--''-pl��j$i^f^ when  he, leav^oftieey T^t^v^U^io evang- ��� /  "'"'     r. : A - i~ ������,-  eligm  in  the  House or  on the  hustings    Chairman of Gibsons Village ffoip.-  duilng his teift^v.rTberse^will'be no accus-    ���:--:-- "'-- TT-J���-*>- -*��-^��-��--?---  atbry finger ;|ixttfedii|riws: the  aisle,  rio  stubborn obstruction of business over issues  of secondary importance;  Mr. Stanfield in bis o^ni way is as tough  a fighter when he needs to be as his predecessor. He has a -little of the late Angus  Macdonald in his make-up. He is also a  down-to-earth political realist of the first  order. Fresh from Kis first few weeks as  Premier of Nova Scotia he was chosen in  December 1956 as the keynote speaker at  the Conservative convention which elected  Mr. Diefenbaker as leader. On that occasion he warned:  "There is no greater tragedy in public  life than a politician who becomes convinced hy his own propaganda."  He will be quick to recognize the Government's political mistakes, quick to shape  his Party's stategy accordingly. But he  \viil also be quick to co-operate wth Government where no advantage is to be gained  by doing otherwise. This is important to  a Parliament with a legislative budget of  133 bills. . ,    '   (  It may be decided? to wind up this  secpnd .session before 'Christmas, in. which  case Mr. Stanfield will scarcely have time  to try out the political waters in Ottlwa.  Whatever happens, a revived Conservative  caucus, rid of the jealousies, rivalries and  divisions that have plagued it for the last  four years will be busy remaking the  ir.age of the Conservative Party and building the image of a leader who before 1968  is too old may be called on to show the  Canadian people that he can form a better  Government than that in power.  In spite of this election probability, there  3.1^^  _ _   _    .    ���by Mary Tinkley  LAST Saturday morning, many people /Mrs." J, Danish wore kept busy with a  along -the Halfmoon Bay and Redrooffs '-stall of home-icooking. .Mrs. V. Sallis sold  waterfront had the opportunity td get a ; tea pickets whfle Mrs.Ga/Jorgensen wasm  closer glimpse than usual ol migratory . chaf-ge of Me 'plant -at& sowing stall. Louise  geese In driving rain and with gafle-iorce Rutherford and Deirdre .Murphy took orders  winds blowing, flocks of geese on their way ( for'^hristmas cards and ifovelties.  south landed oa the waters of Halfmoonl ' Winners of the ratifies^ were Jimmy  Bay. Alter a period of rest; the birds Smith, Who won a "mantel clock, and Mrs.  could be seen obviously organizing and pick Derby, and .Miss Connie Lanham, wno  planning the ihext stage of their flight. The    f>_tn won dolls.   Deirdre l&urphy drew her  leaders .moved around among the Hocks,  honking instructions, and presently, they  took off southwards again, in several perfect V formations. They barely skimmed "  the treetpps over Redrooffs and Welcome  Beach.   ' .;���  ���������   y > -y   ' * ���''* . ft  HALLOWE'EN  ���A'-.rHalloweien -party at the Welcome-  Beach Hall on Saturday, Oct. 28 will start  at 7:30yp-nia -sharp. Fancy dress will be  the orcli^yof the. evening and there will' $e  six prizes for the best costumes. Everyi  Body is ^welcome. Admission of 50 . cents .  includes coffee, pumpkin pie and ice cream.  AUXILIARY  The Halfmoon. Bay -Hospital Auxiliary  held a successful'tea at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Octr 21. .Serving teas were Mrs.  G. Rutherford, Mrs. L. Jorgensen and Mrs.  M,   Fraser,  while Mrs.   B.   Robinson  and  'down ticket to make ibef winner of the door  , prize.  OPEN HOUSE  At 2 p.m. on Saturday, pet. 28, there  will be opjen house -at the (home of Mrs. ,  Alah^Gree^e inlaid of'the-Save the Children  Fund.' Tea will be served at 50 cents.  CMdi^���J*/ill jalso make a house-to-house  collection for the same cause. Mrs.  Gireene's ..project is tbe adoption of a  star vuig ^fehM.  '   ''.-! ���'        A ���', X .       '    *    *    * \ .'������������  ^tN:.iBiuiiv'; ���' \ '        ' '77  yBirr. Hirfy McLean. suAered  a broken  arBi %.hen���he_i_eH���.at.���Ws jhbme.    He  is  making good progress.  Still pi hospital are  ,..j||i$|rank Lyons in Shaughnessy and Mt.  Buck Cranswick in St. Mary'<s.  GuestSjOf Mrs. firth Swam}have been her  brother and sister-an-iaw, Mr. and Mrs.  Fred McAllister of .Rivers Inlet and Miss  Helen Gowjof Burnaby.    ,  lasivsdr . 1...  p��*'Mrf-^J^^*^-,^.isto**...}*Vtf-^ .  B.C Hospital Auxiliaries  iinds by $68,209  mission Wes. Hodgsoh-offlcHatty-iiands -  over brand new 1968 Chevrolet panel  truck to Fire Chief-Bill ^ Scott an&_  Fireman Fred Feeney, .who is atso-��  village commissioner.. Equipped with   ���  P.A. system and siren, the new.irvick"'  JS?5f?hpa SPlSn?td S    *^$& menvhers AheardvexceUent re- i venor Mrs. C. McDermid; Tickets are $3.50  enable the Fire Department to rush ports froni delegates to the B.C. Hospital    each for the event and will he on sale to  innalator and Other vital equipment rAnxiUaries Convention at the regular meet-    auxiliary merhbers only at the next reg-  ���to the scene of an emergency,., ,.�����"    /-ing of'the Secheit AuxiUaryHast Thursday    ular meeting. ,   ��� 1  ;.afternoon.  ft ��        f* ^ ..   '.  7" President Mrs. O. Moscrip and secretary  r^QQlS     V> O/TIG/- ,'Mrs. J. A. Morgan gave interesting account's  PREVAILING WINDS  On a  cold October night  I  lay in bed. awake  Listening to the wind > :      .,;   ^ ,  Thunder in thV trees outside my window.  Here am  I surrounded  By  natures elements  Separated from exposure  By an eight inch wall of fir.  What creatures dwell outside  On a  night  like this  While L'the king of the jungle  Lay sleepless in my comfortable den  [���,��� -.- ^a~aOf.,.the convention which they attended in  by"Ray Moscripy '-* Penticton this month.  ..- -f  In the reports" concerning the work of  the  B.C.  hospital  auxiliaries  of the  past  "year  Mrs.  Morgan reported the following  impressive   statistics:    Auxiliaries   raised  .-$68,209  more than .in the previous  year;  " y^  and the B.C. membership had increased by  177 members.  One ofJUie-main items on Thursday's  agenda was^the forthcoming annual Smorgasbord which will be��;'field in the Legion  Hall on Nov; 18 this y^ar. -Plans are- well  under wayj'and anyo|ie. wishing to be involved in preparations" should contact Con-  Members-who will-not be attending this  function are requested to. refrain from buying tickets because of the limited supply.  Any remaining tickets may be on public  sale after the meeting.  It was reported that the yearly r.affle  tickets will be on sale next month. The  raffle consists of: First prize, a crocheted  circular ta-ble cloth; second, a Barbie doll  with wardrobe; third, a basebalL mitt and  ball. Mrs. Elsie Johnson will be in charge  of the sale.  Members heard another successful report from the Thrift Shop. At present,  men's and children's clothing are greatly  needed.  ��� ��� - The next regular meeting will be - held  at 2 p.m., Nov. 9 in Saint Hilda's Church  Hall.  The creatures.of the forest suffer so  While .1  lay iri warmth .  Free from hunger, cold and death  But still, my^ mind rs restless.  For 1 smartest of all creatures  Lord amj masjer of the jungle  Must suffer the worst fate of all  HappewMgs Around Elphie  ������By Rob Boyes and Marilyn Hopkins  ON MQNDAX morning we had an. "inter-    an uproar as John Barnes began auctioning  esting"   assembly.    It   started   off   very    slaves for the day.   The students shouted  will  be-fewer  political  issties  than usual   "For'TW^nflo^^^^^ out their .bids, which started at 25 cents,  -l-aambi'-minister of actiyMjesyUand Marilyn  One fisherman to another loading case    Hopkins,   minister   of 'athletics,   for   the  of liquor into  rowboat:   "It  makes  more  sense than putting boats in bottles "  &  Student Council.  Immediately 'following,   the   eymn   was  .-attiiaiW*tijBa****p^��fc��*-ii  arising" in the coming months. .Few will be  found in the Government's legislative promises, most of which are relatively non-  controversial and affecting the economy of  the country rather than the future of. governments and parties if the two can,be  separated.  Mr. Pearson has divided his legislation  into two classes, bills where the issue is  moral that should be decided by individual-  conscience's rather than on party lines with  the fate of Government at stake. These  include capital punishment, divorce, criminal laws dealing with divorce. In the other  category will be the Patents ahd Trade  Marks laws to be amended in a general  attack on drug prices and the legislation  .selling up the new Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, The first  two of these should arouse no issues in the  Iloufip, Tho drug Industry Is something  politicians of all parties like to get tlieir  teeth into, Tho Consumer Department may  be a horse of another colour. It has already  been"1''described as n fifth wheel to the  conch and If the legislation reveals any  attempt to Interfere or control legitimate  busine-is enterprise Mr. Stanfield could use  it a,-; his first bnttlo .ground.  Kfitnbll.slnnent of a Canada Development  Corporation need not, In Itself crontc a  political Ihsuo hut if It should.be presented,  as, tho Hon. .Waller Gordon has presented  II In the p'nst, ns n medium to put the brake  on American control of Canadian Industry  II could become c-onlrovorsliil. The bill Is  on ihcr priority list,; ' ! -a .:.;;."";;.  Also on lho priority list which Mr. Pearson wants to net pahsed before Christmas  l.s revlftloii of the Broadcasting Act which  will Inevitably spark n fight, It will pro*  villi' for n ronetlvntod Bonrd of Broadcast  Governors, very different from thnt created  by Ihe Dlefenhnker���Government.   . , ^ ^^ ��� , ,,, 4I.    ,,���,.������     ,..    .,   Between wm and l.),r>(l the Conservative   ^traDQOOtnsraODDtHMQDflOQtKXiaaini^  party wasted    by two former provincial m  premlerflrlhe'-ilonf-John-Hracken-and-thu  Hon.' (iuorK�� Urow, In (hi* period federal*  provincial Issut's were never far from tho  Hiirfneo. II was before someono Invented  lho phaso "co-opo'rntlvo federalism,". Now  ,'�� third provliielnl premlor Is'coming to tho  Ottawa, Hthf.o, n man with something of tho  provincial rlKhln firo of Angus Maodonald.  While there Is no immediate legislative  fn.se to ysot thorn off federal-provincial  Ihhiioh are likely again lo oxploclu Into lho  open before loud, And of course, adding  explosive fuel, Is lho Hiatus of Quebec. Tho  man who twisted 'deux nation' to give it  a moanlni' never Intended hy tho Conserv*  atlve convention resolution In an unsuccessful atlompt to create an Issue may ho gone.  The Party that passed the resolution and  IIn now loader will he challenged to oxplaln  ���'"'ivinrri Wfxi in in o/vir n ndnj^iin I rr in hey-  musl, ���   ''  and climbed to. prices averaging /about $3  tAn unbelievable, pripe ,qf ^85 .was paid for  slaves Kerry Eidred and Nancy LeWarne.  T^iey were bought as a team by about ten  students who poqled their resources and  bid against another group who had scraped  together about $19.    The two sdaves.had to [ perform duties  for'all the students who bought them. This  wasn't easy! :Kerry could be seen packing  about 30 text books and ten binders down  the hall. It's lucky thathe is a good sport  (and   powerfully  built).  Some of the chores that the other slaves  were asked to do included sweeping the  school drive-way, sweeping the, drive-in  floor, picking up garbage, cleaning lockers,  and shining shoes. The proceeds from the  day, which exceeded $70, were put toward  'Project 100". Slave day will certainly be  an annual event.  A.s for school sports, volley ball teams  are very busy practicing: After Monday,  the rest of the week seemed quite slow  and normal, We hope;,to see a "Sing-a*  long" Assembly in the near future. We'll  be sure to tell you about it When It happens,  ^fjn^jfi  -x-."    ������.-���. '������������.', ��� ��� A *   '--���/*���_���'���"{'  '��.-������������'.'   >���  ���--���*-���'. ���*.���;*'". *}���.,'/,:*-. .V"./* ���*.  a    *" -���������   '*      - ��� -**. -"-   -    *-."     -���������    - ��� 1-���-   -           T- ^    nr[     I .Hi.-"-' -.- in f       7  Volkswagen  '68  Exterior   appcaranpe  pjf, 1968   YW , .which .hiivo l)ocn welded to tho now  squareback is.Qnl/,,^lgr4tly Ql]i��ing^s..^P'ilol/it)f.:t^e. famous "bpotlo," mpro  Insldo it has all tho safety, convonl-   now   features   than   in   any   other  onco    and    comfort   improvements    model year.  *4,im*.**m��i,.m *������������*���.'-- .i���n**     �������������� *���!>����� W"�� ���"fiwrw'f Vt'T'I"-*1-���"'���-���������-*��� -*"1 "-'**'" "��������� ��� iimi*����*"!������(���  ioaoanQaTO^oaDt7auQcaaoDDDM]bmjDnQi]DaoQU[iiii.oua  SAJLES  SERVICE  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Highway TOT  STEREO - STEREO -  STEREO  ******P*Jr       m      **f|p***4   l��|    ****��� f*****'J|      IHr Tl(f**Tj       *p**      ���***������������������ **f*i   ^f***" *1P*����|��'      ^4^^^ -.^^^pa       ^"B      ^^^^ ^m   w^ ff����*?*H      T��ffPJf   ���  JHE FINISTSIUQTION^IN-THE-AREA,.  6 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM  AlL,at^BETJER���than,Cliy^PRICES,  NEVEN'S RADIO  & T.V. SERVICE  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-2^80  Come in and see ...  THE ALL NEW 1968 VOLKSWAG  1968 VOLKSWAGEN  DELUXE BEETLE - $2,118.00  *^***tt?Wft,^Mt^Ri^1(**f��ewj*-  SEE*THEIKIrTODAY~"AT"  COPPING IVIOTORS LTD.  a^r*  WiiWlMM1,*  at  i|WWA^^i4M^.I|l*jl ********  1968 VOLKSWAGEN 1600  STATION WAGON  fjfnther- Interior -'-    $3;078,00  WdWWf*!"*!  S���K.W'.WIJJ  jjira-fl-m^^  xxmasappess  SECHELT, B.C.  pNome ats-alta  ^  muxmmn _ -ZiuZ^u,i_c��-L^^J^  ' :"A*   *- ^*?>^A *.'"V'   yV   !���  -�����"*���, 27 -*-  Page B-4  The Peninsula Time*   Wednesday, October 25, 1967  I  B.C. HYDRO PRESENTS  Medallion Showcase 967  DOES IT AGAIN!  . . . AND OFFERS A FANTASTIC  OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A  A WASHER AND DRYER AT  TREMENDOUS SAVINGS!  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