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Array VERT; SOOnV alter opening�� of" i^\I$��  ' 3Mary��_vHospitai at Secheit in N/>ve$t#r,, T-(^TtTr��� .----���.-- -^ T-.-,--^-, ..-,���..  1964, it became quite obvious to the"Hos-    yap provincial government paid *their shared  pital Board that in a short while the facili-    topfull.  Now tbe local taxpayers ^through/"  ties would not be enough to provide,ade-\ thw ^'Regional  Hospital   Districts'" 'will'~  quate hospital care for the steadily, groMrig    raise kll funds required for,'the project;'the-  popuiation of the Sunshine Coast.       J   '< ���' provincial' governmentorilyj participating in A  St. Mary's Hospital Society had origin-1" H|ie annual interest' payments and' retire, f  ally   asked  the1 authorities   to  allow  the \ments.; On the /other 'hand our -"Regional'',  -building   of   a  50-bed   hospital,   but  was" Hospital District" Vill l?e relieved, of the ~  turned down by the BCHIS, which consider- -,t task "pf selling the debentures,- which- was  ed 20 to 25 beds ample for the area.. Our1, \quijte';ra difficult chore   for   the .Sunshine?  present 35-beds hospital was a compromise,    Coast Hospital improvement District at the.  reached after prolonged negotiations with  the authorities. ' < J ,  * Basing their considerations on the recently-'published figures about occupancy,  - patient-days and the number of out-patients  ' treated at St, Mary's, the board approached  Victoria* in the middle of 1966. to have the  number of beds at St. Mary's increased.  The board found iV imperative to relieve  pressure on staff'and'facilities as soon as  possible, as occupancy had reached the 100  percent capacity mart at ever shortening  intervals,  time of floating' our 1963 issue, when the  construction -of- the present hospital had' to  be financed.   In future aU hospital deben- ,  tures will' be sold;; by a "Hospital Financing >  Authority,"   a similar institution  as that"  now operating for floating debentures of  the school boards.  AtXthis time the members of the��� St.  Mary's; Hospital board have not' too much  detailed knowledge of how the "Regional  Hospital District" and its "advisory committee," to be formed'under the new legis-,  lation, will operate, but we expect to be  A brief was prepared and submitted to    informed in the not too fax distant future.  Mr: Martin, then, Minister of Health, outlining the urgent' needs of this area for  expansion of hospital facilities at the earliest possible^ date. After receiving * some  expert advice theboard "asked for a certain  number of 'extended care' beds only at  that time. A research team of the BCHIS,  however, found not only that our request  for 'extended care' beds was justified, but  also that a number of additional 'acute'  beds should be provided.  Eventually, approval-ih-principle was  obtained for 13 'acute' and 22 'extended  care' beds by adding a full second "floor  to the existing hospital. ; "  During the whole period of negotiations  with the BCHIS and at all stages of planning  the hospital board kept the trustees of  Sunshine Coast Hospital Improvement District No. 31 fully informed. The trustees  of the HID shared the hospital board's  views for the^need of an early expansion  and gave assurances that they would do  everything ,.?in theirpower to; obtain the  community's share of the construction  funds, when required. '  However hew legislation in early 1967,  dealing with hospital administration and  hospital financing, divested/the "Hospital  Improvement Districts of their powers to  assist in the construction of hospitals on,  behalf of the Ideal taxpayers.  This function was given to "Regional  Hospital Districts,'' operating under the  authority of_ theMinisterof Health, ,who  will appoint in due course directors to act  for the 'un-organized* areas, whilst directors representing the municipalities will be  appointed by councils. /  Unfortunately, it seems that some difficulties have arisen in organizing the necessary "Regional Hospital Districts." As far  as the Sunshine Coast Is ^concerned ��� ���.. ��� our ���  "Regional Hospital Distinct," being geographically identical with; School District  No. 46, exists on paper only at th�� present  We hope that'the machinery will be set  up and functioning byr the time our plans -  have   matured   and rhave   been   finally  approved, and that we shall not experience  r  any delays on this account in providing the ,  needed hospital beds for our residents,of,'  the Sunshine Coast.  Take iirm stand  Mangled Cadillac  bEfflSOlftS wiiicip uiiincii  institutes legal taction  LEGAL action is to be takenby council   ing an empty building but the requested'  of Gibsons against a  Vananiver man    rental of $65 monthly was far more- than.'  who-ifc seems chose tp ignore aruling by    members could hope to pay. The old hall'  Early morning accident;iast Tuesday, November 7th occurred".when  this late model Cadillac,driven by  William Ross. Cameron ,of Prince  Rupert drove into the back end of a  large senfi-trailer "driven by Nick  Schiller of Vancouver. Incident look  place near Secret Cove on one of the  numerous dangerous bends on highway 101. Cameron was rushed to St.  Mary's Hospital Secheit .from which  he was transferred to Vancouver suffering multiple irijuries. He is understood to be in serious condition.  r:*\-A  council; and brought in a house which, he -  established  on  a lot within  the  village  Without official approval.  Robert Holden submitted a request at  a prevtous; meeting of. council seeking per-  ^ mission^ to* briiig'in!'tiife  couver'which he stated came up to standard. He was notified that before permission could be granted the home would  have to be inspected by the village Building Inspector and Commissioner Jim Drummond. This would be at the expense of  ���'"'tHeappiicant;'"'' '" "���"" "    " *'"���'";"*  Wtihout waiting for such approval, Holden transported the house over by barge  from which it was moved onto his lot.  This move was followed by a registered  letter from council instructing Wm to suspend further work on the project due to  ^pending^action^���r���*���~ a���X  At last meeting of council, Clerk Dave  Johnston reported he had been in discussion with the Village, Lawyer, CpHijt Mc-  "Wiirprove adequate for the time being but  it is hoped that as it develops and funds  become available, a larger building will be  constructed possibly at Brothers'Park Af  Council unanimously approved the proposals and moved the club be permitted,  use of he building subject o ,having to,  vacate should council require it at a later  date. Heating and lighting costs will be assumed by the club and it is hoped to arrange a means of acquiring funds.      ~ 7'  Chamber sets dale   :  breakwater opening  CHAIRMAN of the Secheit Chamber of  Commerce John Hayes, announced this  week plans for an opening ceremony to  commemorate completion of the Secheit  Breakwater at which, everyone is invitedi-  M��* J$ck Dayte Who after.many years.  V  .:*��?���  * O*  ^^^^^m^^^^^mm^^m^^m^^mw^m1^^^ ?*>w. ���*-���-  Affairs and< Health) ^niid "theirs Staffs are  engaged to find means and ways of getting  a "Regional Hospital District" functioning,  which could take over from our Sunshine  Coast Hospital Improvement District, This  HID has no powers left.any. longer,'.to, continue its work on behalf of the local residents,  However, once the necessary machinery  is set up and the ; plans of. the Hospital  Society have been approved by the authorities, the local taxpayers will be asked by  way of a referendum to approve of the  "Regional Hospital District" borrowing the  total sum required for the hospital addition  by the issue of,hew debentures, to be repaid by the local taxpayers and the provincial government according to the approved formula {40 percent by local tax*  payers, the balance by, the provincial and  federal governments).  This method of raising the required construction funds and their repayment Is a  change from the previous methods of financing the community's share.   Then the  said "we have his application in now but  due to this violation I suggest it be held in  obeyah^e;" " ���.. "  ''���"."  Council agreed and moved the necessary charges be laid.  Threje members of the Gibsons and District Soccer Club attended last meeting of  Gibsons Council seeking permission for  use of the old Municipal Hall, they were  Jock Bennett, G. Musgrbve and T. Connor. :.;.        ':,.". ���''''.'      '���"���'���   '���  Mr. Connor told council there are four  soccer teams in the Gibsons area and a  total of twelve on the Peninsula. It was  hoped to put the old hall to use as a sports  : club at which youngsters under supervision  would receive instruction, hot only ih soccer but baseball artd other sports. Ping-  pong will also be established and geneiral  idea is to provide youngsters with a place  of their own.    ���"''."'���"."  Council were told the club has already  approached  a  local  businessman  rcgard-  ceededan obtaining %pn^l for the .project, Will be preterit, to carryout tiie opening scheduled for 4 p!;m.:. Friday, November  24fh. '   ' '   ;   x-"  Ceremony will be followed by a no-host  luncheon at Ole'sCoye. and all interested  in attending are; asked to contact Mr. Hayes  at -885-9962 or Doug Wheeler, The Times,  885-9654 before Nov. 21.  The -breakwater,.: was -completed two  weeks -ago and grading and clearing up  the"approach area last week was followed  by installation of three dolphins. No floats  are scheduled .at this time but it is understood negotiations are taking place between  various governmental deparments as well  as private interests. The Secheit Indian  band is also interested in some type of  development'and is presently studying a  public marina operated by an Indian band  in North Vancouver.  The Secheit harbour of refuge has a 600'  sea wall and is a minimum of 10' at low  tide.  ��n-*iB��*ii#tns*'fcfiW-i'  H: Hubbs reappointed  lo hospital position  MINISTER of Health Services and Hospital  Insurance has informed Mr. Harvey  Hubbs of Selma" Park-that,his'position as  Government Representative on the Board  of Management of S,t.s. Mary's Hospital will  be continued for avfurther- two years.  A copy of tiie Order in .Council authorizing his reappointment was* forwarded Mr.  Hubbs last .week together with' a note  advising the* ^Hospital* Board of the reappointment.*   \, - ,     >.  '  Letter from the Minister advised Mr.  Hubbs that cost ,��f'operating hospitals in  B.C. last year reached one hundred"million  dollars and this figure continues to "climb.  Need for co-operative effort by each member of the Board to ensure the.observation  of every economy consistent with a high  level of patient care was therefore stressed.  Minor highway mishaps  bring police jzjkargesa ���_, .,  TERRY Alstotf Rhodes "of-Powell ,.River,  ��� aged 21; fold police officers he'took^his  eyes off the road momentarily and as a  result drove his smafl "sports car "off the,  highway and into the edge" of Trout Lake.  Charged with driving without due care  and attention, he appeared before .Magistrate Charles Mittelsteadt last week and  was fined $50. He paid another fine of $25  for having no drivers licence. A      ��� ~-  Gary Wayne Barber-of Gibsons also appeared in court last week' and was' fined  i total of $200 on two charges. For driving without due care and attention he was  fined $50 and for driving wisSa under suspension, $150. Charges arose following a,  single auto accident.     , -���- ,  Gerald McDonald of Wilson Creek was  Eined $50 for driving- without due care following an accident between a truck and  an auto near Langdale October 30. '  A minor received a six month driving  suspension as a result 'of an accident near  North Road following which he was charged wih driving without due care and attention.  -Two local residents, one from Roberts  Creek and another from Gibsons,,are'sche-  uled to appear in court this week to answer charges of driving while impaired.  Port Mellon Auxiliary  Immovable Object j. P-Xx  CL J   ���  Nick Schillar of Vancouver is seen   end of the semi- trailer on a blind   DlciIlS  ultt OilOP ClnVQ  checking, his load shortly after a late bend near Secret Cove last Tuesday, regular m0nthiv meetine of the Port  model Cadillac was completely dem- November 7th. -Needless to say the Mellon Auxiliary to St Mary's^Bospital  olished after running under the rear   heavy vehicle escaped undamaged:      was held November 8th at the home of  Mrs. Pearl Hume in .Port Mellon. > ���������-.  r-Tluift0fihop>3s-to-b��Hffl'^ v  Mellon Auxiliary on Dec. 2nd and before  that date a collection will be made in this  area. Especially needed are toys and'winter clothing. Anyone> having such items to  donate please contact: Mrs. Phil Greggain,  884-5361; Mrs. Eleanor Wolverton, 886-2826;  Mrs. Marjorie Christiensen, 886-2270 or  Mrs. Paulette Smith, 886-2531.  We have been asked to join the other  auxiliaries in buying a machine to prevent  static electricity in the operating room at  the hdspital. This auxiliary's share, would  be approximately forty dollars. It was  decided to give a donation of ten dollars to  Medico, a Canadian group in Montreal  whose Centennial project has been to equip  a hospital in Kluang, Malaysia.  Members were unanimously in favour of  holding next year's Regional Conference in  this area some time during the month of  April. Plans will be developed in the coming months in cooperation with our regional  representative, Mrs, Cotton of Vancouver.  A tour of the hospital will be arranged as  one feature of the Conference^ t' 1,7A,,.  ���. Three .members���Mrs. Marguerite; SJher-  man, Mrs. Phil Greggain and/Mrs. Paulette  Smith���were aSkied to form a nominating  committee "and to present a slate for, elections at the next meeting. All position arc  open. Preliminary plans 'were m,ade for a  fashion sho^v, which will bo presented in  February. Mrs." Smith was asked to convene this event,, Next meeting will be a  Christmas luncheon in'Vancouver on,December 13.       <  !��3s��_,.$&'  4     |  fca-J*i-*..?S-ia.* ���Jr,r**,-*<*a '  says  Regional Board walk slowly  Guott speaker  Making a brief return to' Secheit "Commissioner Morgan Thompson  School District to nddross the Secheit representing the: Village of Secheit  Teachers* Association Mrs, Frances at the Induction Ceremony; Socrc*-  Fleming is pictured with Chairman tqry-'of STA Mrs. Boa Rankin and  -of School Trustees, Mr. Joo Horvath;    STA President, Mr. H. R, Archer,,  Special group �� . .  Secheit J^i0^]^i32^M^-  most  dorttoment for It -has,'.-.n)ado tho fionornl  public nwni-o of the Importance of. uduca*  tion, reduced class hIxo and achieved salaiy  gains;"'" "     . a A' ," "..', :;"'"  Secholt'ToachorsV Aflsoclatlon, continued  Mrs. Fleming Is a very ��pcclal group containing true "plopcors who may have a llti|ir  iwqw on top but fire In tholr ho��rtn, Tholr  rosoli|tlo|iis are often revolutionary and the  ltlena generated by S.T.A. could nevci' como  from the larger city, organizations whom  REPORTING  to  Gibsons  Council ori  the  last meeting'of the Regional Board at....  which he deputized for Comm. Fred Feen*  y, on vacation, Comm, Wally Peterson said  he had a few recommendations which he,  considered worthy of some consideration. '  First of these was that a reputable planning firm,  possibly Robert Williams' and  Associates, a company which has, recently  carried out a planning survey for ��� the Vil-;  lage of Gibsons, be employed to decide ,  where, the proposed Regional Office should '  bo located. .*..���.            Fred Feeney,, chairman due to absence  of Wes Hodgson, agreed that this mlgq; ,  prove a good solution., Some controversy  appears to have arisen 'following statements by members of council to the effect that Secheit Is diminishing population  wise and that strong representations should  bo made to'the Regional Board that any  'Such, building, should bo In Gibsons.  ���A-" Strong denial that Scchclt is not the  failing community certain Individuals  would havo it appear was made at last  meeting of the Regional Board by Chair-,'"  man Norm Watson and the letter from  Gibsons council'was filed.  , Comm, Peterson then commented on  proposals' by the Board to establish a.cbm*  plcito water sj^toni for the PerrinisuHa  which, ho said, is cxpcctc<l to cost about  ono and a half million' dollars. "This will  moan an expensive survey and, I would  think'tho Board w^ll havo to answer to tho  t.ixpyorsKouia*tli^  tote the project Is accepted In tho Loiter.-.  Patent" ho pointed out. He added that a ti  attempt at a /'complete shot" at this time  could end up with nothing "1 feel the nren  Is no;.'large enough'yet," he said,  Suggestion by tho Commissioner was  that tho Bonrd should first ge< water as, a  function In I.olter.s Patent tliensceK yar,  iou.s means of ohtnlnlng assistance botiii on  a provincial and federal level,'"We should  walk slowly;*' \\e said.  Regarding what ho roforre<l 'to as an  oxpenislve hilling system pix)|>0Hcd by the  Hoard, Comm, Peterson hhIwI tho Chair*  man how often hilling for garbage pick  up would bo made? Ho was told twice  annually,".  broke the contract and therefore owed the  full contract price.   '''-X "7'':',7'[  "'."..,'.'.''  Matter has now been turned over to  council' lawyer; Collin McQuiarrie.  Election meeting  Brandt 96 0RP0  PRESIDENT of Branch % OAPO, Mr.  Harry A. Hill, urges all members of the  Branch to make a special effort to attend  the meeting' on, Thursday, November le  when officers for 1968 will be elected.  Any member requiring transportation  should get in touch with Mr. Hill nt 885*  9764, At the nieptlng, members will he  able to make reservations for tho Christmas Dinner toAbo hold oh December 7th.  There wlll also be a sale of novelties suitable for Christmas gifts, with proceeds going to the Sunshine Const Senior Citizens'  Housing Society.    ,  Jack Davis M.P.  Member lor Codst^iGap^cmo  reports on Postal service  PROMPT to take up the cudgel on behalf y enquiry purposes'," '  of hlai riding, MP Jack Davis, noted a re*        "Unfortunately, nothing  tWWI^^*'m&W4MiV%tW<i*W'iV*lfK>fiiiT*ilx4'  SECll ELT��Tcadier��l^^  �����. mpst.independent,, JnJhOa,Provlnco,,coni:���  mented   Mrs.   Francos   Fleming,   guest  speaker at tho Toachcra' Induction Ceremony, hold last Tuesday at Roborts Crcck  School.  Introduced by S.T.A. secretary Mrs. Bca  Rnnkln, Mrs. Fleming forritor Principal of  Pender Harbour Secondary School Is now  guidance teacher and conHollor at Temple*  ���l0ft.Swloc8c��.ondnry School, having rcc*>  ���cnUyjecelYed^hec*Mastet's_Pegrco, from  U.B.C, whoro aho Iwroto a thesis In Phllo*  ''"lopTiyrw"*'"^":"'*~^""w^^^  Teachers participating In tho ceremony  wore'those vteaching In British Columbia  for tho first time. Remarking that this  yonr's .inductees are so well travelled and  so well endowed, Mrs. Fleming slated she  would tell them something of S,T,A. which  she firmly supports and groatly apprecl*  -, ntcfl, "      ��� ���  B.C. Teachers' Federation needs no cn��  secondary -and -elementary -tea churn-*imuV-~  separately and never with administrator,    ,wm be from 10 a.m, to 12. noon Monday,  Wishing the now inductees: Woll3lFH"!^,'V���'"1,'lM!r- 27Ul- olcclions take place Sat*  Fleming threw In one of,her customary unlay, December ��th both In Secheit and  light-hearted comments by observing that ..fllbsona, Returning officer for (llbaons Is  ��ho- behoved*^^S��TJU��only��4nvlted-her^la ^Mr*��.J^t������Uj��odJScchclt.Mr*JackJUyne,  cent IUmii in Tho Times regarding long  delays in postal delivery and Immediately  look tho matter up with tho Postmaster  General,, ���.,'... , . (. ���.,, ' ,..,������. , �������� ������ . ,,\,. ,  ��� Letter from Mr, Davis this week slates:  Some weeks ago your paper carried nn  nrttclo entitled "13 Day Mall Delivery  Vancouver to Gibsons", 1 cut it out ami  sent ll along to the>**Poatmnster General  together with several other complaints  which I have recently received from other  parts of the riding, 1 havo now had a reply  frorn tho Post Offlco Department which  says that:  1    "During tho past year only 0110, com*  plaint has'boon received Involving mall  sorvlco   to   Gibsons,   Tula   wa.s   received  ,,rrom���r.pntroro^  was uncovered  In the course, ot enquiry to explain the  mishandling of five correctly addressed  items, The two letters that were posted on  tho 5th July would probably have reached Gibsons at the same time and similarly  the other , threo, posted on 30th, August,  would also have arrived together which  suggests tvyo incident,-!, of .misdelivery;"  I have every reason to believe that your  article also resulted In the matter being  taken up with the cqurler concerned,  Hoping that olir postal service will hi  bettor In thq future,    '  Teacher? wage demands  labelled irresponsible  submitted   the  covers of  the  flvo Items  referred to In the,article,''  "Examination  of   the   covers, rcvenla  that three  of the envelopes,  posted, res*  riH,>ciiyuly^jiU.Kaaintoopttr.iQuQM)ol.^��nd^eWa.  spenKJc-A/��cejr^  during her stay in university. She definitely  has not'for according to' her definition a  hippy Is a person who looks like Tarzan,  walks like Jane, and shells ]lk<- Cheota.  Now InducteoN are: Mrs, Josephine  Crane, Mr, A. J. Crane, Miss Hoathor  Wheeler, Mr. 11, C, MacKenzie, Mr, r\ !��.  Fuller, Mr. R, A. Mills, Mr. W. C. Bluo,  Miss Klslo' Chlldc," Mrs. Catherine Alloy,  nnd Mrs. Mary Underwood.  Friday, Docenibi)? fltir froin 2* plniT io li  p.m. In the Municipal Hall,  y Bill for $000,20..was..submittal to .council  by N., Hull, contract prico for painting of  tho Munlclpnl Hall, Clork Davo .lohnnton  told council ho had .roturwd this to Mr,  Hull pointing; out his bill was unacceptable,  This wAs duo lo termination, of tho con*  trnei, no said ho thonrceolvcd a oomnuin*  ie 111 Ion frtim Hull 'minting out thnt council  'Gibsons, which is indicative of local misdelivery and ropostlng, As regards tho other  two Items, enquiry had beep made res*  pooling ono of these, ��, letter, from New  Westminster,'and whon received tho Post*  master nntntcd tho dnto on the cover nlong  with the observation that it was In poor  condition and had 'InSen reseated with  scotch tape, Tho remaining Item does not  benr nny marking* which are useful for  School Trustes, School District No.  4tt  (Secholt.) and Socholt Teachers Association  havo broken down nnd the conciliation of-  fleer has referred ho matter to arbitration.  .-^Th��4eftcherft^"Initial demands atmnmtcd  ���IOa.ntore..U����nJ2*pcr*ccnLoaa|MiyroUr*-�����w��  Tho Hoard's Initial offer of approximately 2W per cent was Increased to a final offer of r�� per cent: however, the teach-  era declined to reduce heir denwnda be-  low approximately  to per cent,  Mr.   Joo   Horvath,   Chairman  ot   the  noard's Salary Committee, stated that, In  vlow of the worsening economic conditions  In  Canada,  today,  the teachers demands  ��� \��crcMbj|Ultoftwyljfct^Jftrw��pM��lMft,���..* -.  ?  \ :  ���p^*y*  i'  '���!   t  'I  ' t  ' I ��l ���  �� *  .1 1,1.  V."  *   M    h   ,*   #  * ft * ' ���*  tttttti'ttiff-ttiti*.*  '?***'>S,  AA  ��� * '  ���    '    1 1"   'I, i,l I*; '.t-.-Qn-  fta-VVvj.'M'tV'vi  ��� ',)--.������'���,',',;;.*���.; ^i;il-AA~.~ ;���, :���i���  :S  I  1  |  si  :^i,;||fe^'''yy   ' ���*   ��� aA7XXXX'A^'  '^^if^TrJ^p Peninsula Times, %ednesdoy,N&Y*, 15, '67  l*IAJL ESTATX(^ NOTICE (Continued!���AUTOS & TllUCK$Jc<m|^^_FOR,:SAL| (Cpntmued,-   _. - FOR^SALEJContmued..  Published Wednesdays by the  ' The'Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Secheit, B.C.  WORK WANTED (Cont'd)  CLOTHING    repair  kinds sewing, etc.  2678.  shop.    All  Phone 883-  1512-51  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  September 30, 1967  Gross Circulation 1999  Paid (Circulation 1764  (Subject to Audif)  Classified Advertising Rates  3-Line Ad-Briefs U5 words)  One, Insertion . ���-���;���   three   Insertions    $1.00  ��xtra lines (5 wprds)   10c  . (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers ~_   10c 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 _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier , - 50c month  Marriage Announcements  KABALUK ��� WATERHOUSE:  On November 11, 1967, at  3 p.m. in Cranberry Church,  Powell River, B.C., Brian  Kabaluk, son of Mr. and Mrs-.  N. Kabaluk, Lac Du Bonnet,  Man., to Judy A. Waterhouse,  daughter of Mr. &nd Mrs. F. J.  Waterhouse of Gibsons, B.C.  980-50  HELP WANTED  PRACTICE      piano  Write    Box    1129,  Times, Secheit, B.C.  wanted.  Peninsula  1129-52  50c    SALAL PICKERS WANTED  S^aCRES.undeveloped property  Mnsidie_   village! ^fl^uhdarje\_  $2,500. Box 381, SecKelt Sb.cS  Al y ,*    .    ��� .  ;5s'.:;.   -   565t_fn  REOROOFFS���Modern 4 bed-  1 Wofti home On1^ lots, closeHb  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room; - 28x15; firjplace.  Bright cabV totdaehf rec.rophij  A-bil heat, dble carport, fcovejy  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box 47Q c-o  Peninsula* Times, Box 3JSif Seehelt, B.C. :        469-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  OFFICE   PHONIES  886-2166  and  886-2248  _a^;Rp:Jo^ undev-  J;!;eloped;'25i-acresv^view property in SeeheltAMake excellent  stil&divisiorif'- $20,000: ' Box 381;,  Secheit.        - -\   ,  \    .     ,954'tfn  EXCELLENT   commerciai~lbt  ���centre Secheit���-highway location!  level  and  cleared.  All'  services   available.    Box   1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Phone Mrs.  Naida Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, "Secheit, B.C.  875-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  ca  Roberts Creek  Salal Pickers ^tonfed  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 30c.Bunch  Contact   plant   before   picking.  Located at Roberts Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633-  ���.���������.������'' 929-tfn  Waterfroat  Lots  $4,500    and    up.  FOR RENT  PERSONAL  FLOWERS   for   all   occasions.  Gilker's   Flower   &   Garden  Shop' phone 886-2463 or Secheit  .. 8a5J455V;i,._..;,?^,.,.. ���... s ^.^.^8243tfn..^  FOR complete information oh  " Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims and  Adustments,, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and ^5.94^;'      489-tfn  FGJEt all travel information,  falsings and prices call Secheit Marine Building, 885-2343.  r.-77.^77. ;- "���������7-77 '    716-tfh  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. PX).  '3oxf294, Secheit; B.C. Phone  886-SI876: 9��9-tfn  YOUR Avon, representative,  TUlfs. E: McKinnon, 885-2100.  Ar .'������:'���       1141-52  TUTORING ��� English, Maths,  Biology.    Reasonable,   .ratesj  Ken JLoiig   (Cornell-  BA, .'66).  8807JM.'>  ,; '���'   ���;.        '   .773-51  GOOD'^cond hand toys wanted  ior Hospital Auxiliaries Thrift  IShop.'^Mm.    '"'.7    979-52  ^Bssib\ND FLORIST  !:;& GIFT SHOP  ���Specializing in Funeral Designs  "*�� "Wedding Arrangements  ��86-9345 - Gibsons  ". 'X ' 728*tfn  MOBILE home park, nicely  landscaped,- blacktop driveway and patio; Ideal site for  retirement. $30, per toonth. Big  Maple Motel and Mobile-Home  Park. Phohe .885-9513.     652-tfn  WINTER RATES--Fully furnished cottages $65 month  plus utilitiesj also weeklyyahd  nightly rates. Also available-  Full trailer hook-ups/ 885-9565  Mission  Point MoteL      853-tfn  HALL for  rent,  Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  yQlen -Phillips.  885-2183; 1095-tfn  ONE  bedroom  furnished   suite  ih  Gibsons,  waterfront view,  available   Nov.   15.   Box   1107  Peninsula Times. 1107-50  SMALL furnished house in Secheit. Nc children. H. B. Gordon   &   Kennett   Ltd.   Secheit,  B.C. Ph. 885^2013 or 885-9512.  1      7 : ������ '    MODERN one bedroom suite,  combination kitchen living  room. Stove and*rfridge. Electric heat., Phone 885-9333 after  5 p.m. *     975-tfn  SMALL furnished bpuse in Se-  *,.chelt, no children. Also "modern- , one bedroom, prefer to  iease. Low reni, no children.  H: B. Gordon & Kennett Ltd.  Secheit, B:C. 8P3-2013 or 885-  9512. . 1124-tfn  4  ROOM furnished house, $50.  ��� 4 ' miles .from   Gibsons.,  886-  2983. 775-51  GENT'S    housekeeping,   room,  clean;    warm,    private    entrance. Towels and  linen supplied. Selma  Park. 885-9535.  -     ,.   ��� ,   1138-tfn  TO   responsible   persons   only,  furnished      modern    .beach  home  at Selma  Park.   Phone  885-8603 eves,    ��� 1137-51  $70   RENT   in . advance' Afor  modern 2 bedroom home in  Gunboat Bay, Phone 883*2673,  .   . 1135-51  I^ARGE   one   bedroom   apartment;  fridge  and' stove; $80  per-   month" including <  heat;  Phone 885*9344. 1127*50  imdeveloped,  In    Gibsons,  $7,500 up.  Fine view property for home  or development, two short  blocks from popular beach;  small house with 16x18 ft.  living room, fireplace, ; golden  ash panelling, modern bath, one  16x12 bedrm. Guest cabin. Private water supply. El. range.  $18,000;   half  down,  or  offers.  Waterfront home, with three  large bedrooms, living rm with  fireplace, full concrete basement with finished room and  extra to'let. Terms on $18,500.  Two bedroom country home on  just    undf-r   3    acres;    $8,900.  Close in on good road.  Lots   and   acreage:   Businesses  and Revenue Properties.  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Worfman        886-2393  J. Warn 886-2681  Bos 238, Gibsons, B.C.'"'  1143-50  Gathercole is efficient they  tell,  For buyers, and sellers as  .;;, weM, _ ���,:....^.;^,....._ ���...   .So give him a ring  Won't cost you a thing  Your property he will well  sell. "       v  SECHElfT     :  AGENCIES LTD.      .  Gibsons 886-7015  Secheit 885-2161  See the Date Pad.  WORKI\Q rights of registered  oyster  lease  in  Jervis  Inlet  .irea, available. Write Box 1109  c-o The times, Secheit, B.C.  1109-51  LIVESTOCK "  HAVE very good herd of Char-  olais    cross    hereford    cows  with calves; also cows down to  calf.   Phone 883-2430.       1504-47  FOR    sate,    sows    coming   in,  litter,     also*   weiner    hogs,  phone 883-2430. 1503-47  BUILDING SUPPLIES     ~~  GIBSONS     Building     Supplies  Ltd.   886-2642J-Gibsons,   B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed  concrete.  'Serving the area for 20 years.  90-tfia  WANTED TO BUY  SECOND  ���table  m  885-2168.  hand    table    tennis  good  condition.  Ph.  1115-51  LEGAL NOTICES  Form TSIo. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to'  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C., and situate  in Secret Cove, B.C.  Take notice that J. Book of  Vancouver, B.C., occupation  salesman intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands: .  Commencing at a post planted 495 ft. east of NE corner of  lot 4661. thence 99 ft. east;  thence 660 ft. sbujUi* thence 99  ft west; thence ��� 660 ft. north to  point of commencement and  containing 1.5 acres, more or  less, for the purpose of summer  campsite.  J.'.E.  BOOK,  Dated November 4, 1967;  1130���Pub. Nov. 15, 22, 29, D. 6  CARS and TRUCKS  1956 FORD F800, 4 wheel drive,  twin  boom  wrecker   with A-  frame    and    centre     mounted  winch. 277-2854 after 6 p.m,.  1092-50  FOR SALE���1952 ex-army jeep.  Good condition. New synthetic  top.  P'lone 884-5367.    1114-51  ���r  l/a-TON    flat   -deck--Mercury-  truck^ First $150.tiakes.^Phone-  885-2163 X'7 yJP-?!-50  '55  WILLYS  station., wagon,   2  wheel, radio, heater.; $100 or  best,   885-9784.    A"~     1131-52  BOATS & ENGlhlis  BOOM boat for sale, wilh brand  new 33 hp Johnson, $1300."Ph.  883-2298 or write j. Boscii, Egmont, B.C. 1110-51  FOR SALE  ,,SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy-  ���;   Rekd     Typewriter.     A^Qst  ne'WyCost oyer $300. Now $175.  Phone ^885*9654. ���   '.-..        1017rtfn  USED power saws for, sale. All  makes and sizes.  Chain Saw  .Centre, Secheit, 885-9626.  8966-tfn  SILVER Skagit Shake & Shingle. Local sales:  Phone 886-  9697 or 886-2097. 466-tfn  2 WHITE uniforms for any  use*; Almost new. Used 3  weeks.    Phone  885-2893.  - .   1133-52  GOOD   local   Ladner   hay   for  sale, $1  per bale  delivered.  phone 946-6568. 9046-tfn  BICYCLES,  new  makes.    Parts  Call  886-2123.  and used,  all  and   repairs.  ���*   "   771-tfn  pfc��Motrnr 4  std.   shift,   radio,  Phone 883^2351.  dr.  sedan,  etc.   $175.  1136-52  1513-50  Iter ills  Harcl Rock Drilling A  Specialty.  Low Winter Rates.  Free Estimates.  ATLAS DRILLING  Room 10  1045 W; Pender St.,  Vancouver  1,- B.C,  ,    Tel,  112-685-1917  1118-tm  We would be pleased to list  your property for sale as a  Vancouver real estate multiple listing. This will'provide a large number of Van-  . couver,,,salesmenAWith the,,;, yleiv. ot ^Voll<innd/iY,��fic$mm  information to bring your  properly to the attention of  Vancouver buyers and wlll  ajso give you service locally  by one of our local resident  salesmen;  YOUR PENDER HARBOUR  WATERERONT LOT  IS NOW READY!  For you to enjoy weekends,  summer, or all year. It's level  with easy access off paved  road, riiceiy treed, on excellent  water system, located in a  sheltered bay ,iir the heart of  fabulous Pender 'Harbour. Area  offers scenit boating and exciting year-round fishing. A dream  that money can buy! Act how  ���call Frank Lewis or Morton  1 Mackay "at  886,9900.  FINLAY REALTY LTp.  Gibsons A Burquitlam  ' 1088-47  We'would" be pleased to list  your property for sale jas a  Vancouver real estate multiple . listing. This Will, provide a large number of Vancouver salesmen" with ��� the  information to bring 'your  property to" the attention of  Vancouver buyers and will  also, give you service locally  by one of our local resident  salesmen.  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  Brynelsen of Secret Cove, B.C.  occupation manager, intends to  apply for.a leaseM the following  described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 297 ft. east of N.E. 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.  DAL STUART BRYNELSEN  Dated 'September 24th, 1967.  972���Pub. Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15  1966   G.M.C.  new  tires,  tion. $1,850.  pick-up, 2 tone,  first class condi-  Phone .883-2243.  1140-52  54    FORD  886-9612.  sedan.   Best  offer.  978-52  We would be pleased to list  your property for sale as a  Vancouver red I estate multiple listing. This will provide a large number of Vancouver salesmen with' the  information' to bring your  property to the attention of  Vancouver buyers and will  also give you service locally  by one of our local resident  salesmen.  FLOOR furnace, complete with  barrel,  .oil   and   stand,   $65  Phone  885-9979. 1093-50  ONE   Coleman'- space   heater,  $30.  Phone 885-2190.      1097-50  Garden Supplies  Evergreens, Flowering Shrubs,  Fruit Trees, Bulbs, Seeds,  Fertilizers, APeat    Moss,    Etc.  Fruit and Vegetables  Always available at low prices.  Feed for Every Need  Including   Dogs,   Pigeons    and  Cage Birds: ~  WYNGAERT ENTERPRISES  Gibsons 886-9340  1139-52  120 BASS Italian accordion in  _  case, Like new._Co'st $450rSa-_.  crifice at $175. Phone 886-9361.  *'   *  "*     ^ "      1506-50  NAILS $12, 100 lbs. Vinyl, Asbestos tiles, ( 9x9, 10c each;  12x12,'15c eacli; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. Remnants, Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior paint or matte  finish $3.95, reg. $9.95. Shake  paint, $3,95, Jregp$7.95;K Interior paint, ':$3.W^  gallon. Largte;.'��� "stock '1.0% hsed  vacuum cleanerS| A-Jt .shape,  $19.95 and up.;]l9j65 9ViTilohh-  son outboard/ like ^riew^ $195,00,  Benner Bros. Furftiiure- ��rid  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  RUBBER  stamps,; of' all Ascriptions  may  be  ofttafnied  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  PENINSULA Woodworking ' is  now offering a full milbyork  service io homeowners and  binders. Sash, frame,; cabinet  work, arborite, etc. Complete  building service with a variety  of plans available. Located on  Oldershaw Rd. and Sunshine  Coast Hi way. Phohe 886-2966  days, 8"6-2077 nights. Manufacturers for I*orta Fab Leasees  Ltd. Naaaimo, B.C.    ','    774-51  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  -885-9330, Secheit; B.C.    A  8893-tfn  We would be pleased to list  your property for sale as a  Vancouver real estate multiple listing. This will provide a large number of Vancouver salesmen with the  information to bring your  property to the attention of  Vancouver buyers and will  also give you service locally  by one of our local resident:  7 USED washers, $19.95 to  _ -$49.95;- Kenmoie_30^_ Electric _  Auto, fnnge $89.95; McClary  fridge $39.93; Admiral fridge  $39.95; 2 used * upright vac.  cleaners $15.95; 1 used Viking  floor polisher $15.95; Westinghouse rcaster oven $15.95. Parker's Hardware Ltd. 885-2171,  Secheit, B.C. 1126-49  HUNTERS: We have 2 used  ���: Ridgeruhners in best running  condition. Must be sold now.  The price is your first thrill.  Earls in Gibsons, 886-9600.  1142-50  BEATTY washing machine,'like  new, $75; cement tubs and  fittings, perfect condition, $25;  .Easy washing machine With  "spin dry, $20. All three combined for $100.   Phone 885-9535.  1134-tfn  OAK   strip  flooring,   used,   5c  lineal foot. 885-2046v    1117-51  ....... .ji      - ��� ���-���  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and aU commercial printing,  contact the Times office at Seehelt or phone 885-9654.  SECHELT  AGENCIES LID.  Sechelt-  Gibsons-  Notice 0:  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  'LAND' ACT  Intention to  Lease Land  -885-2161  -886-7015  1510-tfn  ACCESSORIES  Paint - 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  Sechelt-  Gibsohs-  -885-2161  -886-7015  1511-tfn  No Cents  ; ������      ������.<     -i     a.  In Waiting  ... Let  The Times  Classified  Make Ypu  Monev!  ^Jhe^Ji  imed  Phone  885-9654  OMWMWIIWWWMWVMWWWWMMWWIWWWIW**  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship-���1 V: 15 a.m.  Led by Miss H.E. Campbell,  Except on 2hd Sunday each month  Family Service���-11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron  For further information  Phone 885-9744  nrw*��innrinnnnrirvty*��innniftnr*^^  i .... .......  Apply to  REAL ESTATE  THE SUN SHINES  -'  "  ON '   ������������', '  WEST SECHELT: Cut, stone  fence features' tills landscaped  100' waterfront property. A  Jorge family home gunrds the  Sechelt-  Giibsons  -885-2161  -886-7015  ' ISOiMfn  Secheit*  Gifc>s6ns  -885-2161    ���  -886-7015   1508-tfn  WP^K WANTED  ���i"  f  "*���  t    4    ��  HANGMAN,   cabinet   maker,  "will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  P)>. 88(.-��902. "    * 7CC*tfn"  1    ��*Mt*^.��^IIWW^*t>l*J*^ll>WW.|.��l*l-***-li*^^  HOUPR iwUnllng and decorat*  ! ing/ Professional work doms  promptly, Dick Blakeman, Ph.  C8G-2S61, Henry Rd., Jill' 1,  Olbftons.   �� '      7��7*tfn  IJAOVSITTER for workln'iTpar*  , enUi' or part time hltUnfi by  wneli or- day In my own home-  on Mermaid St., Srehclt,'Phono  869-2693. ,   1132*62  IslandH, 15x24 livlns ,|WpS*:"wl0r*  fireplace, 3 big, big bedrooms  plus 4th in bflHcment. Hugo kit*  chen ��nd dinette. 10x42 finlflh-  cd rec room, basement garage,  This Is a rcnl homey family  houBO, .lust $25,000, mostly  cash.  RETIREMENT COTTAGE, on  Inri'o fenced ijarden lot. $0,350,  VILLAGE; $5,300. 3 room cot*  tngc, mound Uie corner from  fihopplnj',  in   "     ��� i ��� i  2 UEDROOM retirement homo  on nmall  lot,   Viewvlcwvlcw,  K,p# $0,500,  BOAT moorafic in year-round  protected hay," ~75''"ot "Ifthdy  bench. Dock and float an-i  chors. Root launching ways,  year-round nprlng well, Modern home with Jar^e work*  .��hop; .<-lc*ctrlc bcntlnn,* doubl*  carj>ort.. Well |>rlce<l,j9t$^,000��,  SECRET COVE; Symilcate lot  on Secret Lake; unfinished  house. Choice swimming and  mo-jdng,    $10,000,      ,i,i  Harry Grcgory���885.9392  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  .Sechelf,  U.C.  S85.201.1  ���  1121*4!)'  SELMA   PARK;   $2,750   down  Rives   posBCs'slon   cozy   2   Rr,  ,���homo-on*.viow'-proportyi���Ideal���  BUrtimcr or retirement.  GOWER POINT: Small cottntfo, '  HpotlcBBly   clean,   living   area  pan'ncllcd In  teak,  suit young  mnrrlcd�� or retired couple, excellent water, $4,000 full price.  Delightful and spaelous 3 room  homo,on over, 5 acres. Good  location.   Only $2,500 down,  GinsONS; Try yrtur offer of  $3,500 down on modern 3 Rr.  home, well situated onvlew Jot.  E)replncec Jn ,ipaclou�� 'llvlp-j.  room,i lots of cuphoardH in  convenient kitchen awl dlnlnjj  area,' Tiistefully decorated  throughout,   A/oll beat,  IJANGIMIiE!   Largo Tot   with  unobstructed view,   Buy'In tho  block or wlll subdivide, Details  , on request.  -��� K.-BUTUER-REAbTY-  ra_._&...,..| NSURANGE���  Gibsons, B,C, - 886-2000  UNDERWRITING LIFE  AND MORTGAGE  INSURANCE  Representing ,  MONTREAL LIFE  INSURANCE CO.  In ' Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Sec*  ret^Cove, B.C..,      .  Take ..otice that Peninsula  Hotel Ltd of Box ,374, Gibsons,  B.C.,. occupation 3\lotcl Operator intends to apply for a  lease of the following described, lands;..   -.,..,...  Commencing at a post planted approximately 10 feet from  O; P, Rock "B", NE corner  Block "A",' DisUict Lot 6353,  N;W.D, thence following shore-,  line 300 loot to surveyed post  O. P. Rock "A", S,E, Corner  Block "A" District Lot,. Dlsi-  rict Lot C353, thence back to  0. P, Rook "B" of Block "A"  District Iyot 63r>3 and containing approximately one acre  m.oro or less, for the piirpse  of boat mooring and 'launch*  'Ing. '��� '  ' '"���  ,  , PENINSULA HOTEL  LTD,  iuir; Noi;man' Procknow  Doted November 3, li)07  Ull���Pub,  Nov,  8,  1(1,  22,  20  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada  Pastor���A. Husted Christensen  First Lutheran Church, Vancouver  | Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the ;  | month. ]  i'Selma Park Community Hall at 3:00 p.m; i  [lU4��m4U4l4l4����mmmm��l4t444lkl4l4M0IH4JUUV4tktUUtM0*M4MJ444JlJ  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  ���'���  (Oncfcriomina'tidrial)      <  Sunday School 10:00 a.m,  Church Sorvlco 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSEUS  Wllion Crock Community Hall  '���'���'���,���<. ;'v Dayi* Bay-Road'""- ��� ���  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE:       ; , .   SECHELT  .    Sunday School-���10:00 a.m. i  Church Sorvlco ������ 11:15 a.m.  Prayer <���; Wcdnoiday 7*30 p.m.  :a^ 7 m  Ydu aro Ihyltcd to attpnd any qr each sorvlco  s��ii*W4S**"t*(^^lS!W��*Mf��Ji^^  Form No,-IB (Section 40)'  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  1   '        Purchuse Land   ,  * In Land IlecordlhF District  of Vancouver and slluuto un*  purveyed vacant Crown land In  the vicinity or Lot, 408(1, (Jroup  1 N.W.I), (vicinity of J��>ur Mile  point, Sochell  Inlet).  TAKE NOTICK, that Victor  nussoll Wnltei-H of'Socholt, M.C,  occupation loKKlnK operator In-  "lehd^lo'npply for'pflfnll(.��IoT'ftr  purchase the followluK descilb*  ed lands: .i .'..-.,  CommencInK at a post planted   H,K,   corner   of   Di.   MM  *Joso,*Kt^Nortlt^th'"nce������lfl!iO���'���^t^,*"  In a fi,W. direction to point of  commonccmont and containing  H fiprcn, more or less,  The purpose far which lho  land is required Is to square  off hack fortiori of M< -lotio and  DL 1557,  VIQTOft  nURRRLL WALTRHS  Dated Sept,' 11, l%7,  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  i   0*00 a.m, Every Sunday  9:30 a,m, Church School,  11:00 p,m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  aZiSOap.m.lJst.and.jrdSundQys..^.^...  Services hold rc_u|ar|y In  GARDEN PAY, REDROOFFS and &MONT  ,   For Information phono 885-9793   "*  Every Wed, 10 am H, Communion Sr. Hilda'*  W*atit*S,l��Sf*��Wi6��**��^' 9  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  .fmmsn^Aimttafii  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of'comlng 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  carinor always carry full details,  . i < i * i < > i.. <  Nov,  16���1:30 p.m. Secholt Lcolon Hall, OAP.O, mooting and election of officers.   . ���''..'' ��� -    '���   '  Nov,' 17-"��--l -3 p.m, Scchclt Legion Hall.'Lions Lddios' Annual Christmas  ���;Bazaar, '���    ������''���'    (, ,���. ���',..;���:���":      '     '' . ���.. i- ,  Nov, 17���7:30 pm Elphinstone Auditorium, Lecture Dance demonstra-  ���   tion on Ballet, ,  Nov,   18���3p,m, Arts Council Gallery Shop, Secholt,  Drqw for hand  knit sweater,  Nov, 18���2-4 p.m, Gibsons Elementary School Hall. O.E.S, Fall Bazaar,'  Nov, 18���Secheit Legibn Hall. Hospital Auxiliary Smorgasbord,'  Nov, 25���2 p.m, St,  Hilda's Parish  Hall,  Sunshine Robekoh  Lodge,  Annual Bazaar, '         Nov, 29���2 p,m, Wilson Creek Community Hall,; St,  John's  United  Church W, A, Bozoar,        ,  ' '" ,;'" -������'������������'���"���v ������-   ---��� < ������ -���������,... ,.-,  $7300 FULt PRICE  2 bedroom, Fu|l bimt homo. Selma Park.' Largo rrcc<J lot on warcr fupply,  J. Andonon ������> 885-2053,  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phono 085-2161  Multlplo MuHnfl Sorvlco  Vancouvor Roal Eitato  \^'i\V"      ���A   iBoard     ,,i  >5tl'  ,4.i I.'  Agencies ltd.  GIBSONS OFFICE���PHONR 806-7015  1:  ���itrntMbjeiw-miKK*^  m  ..IM4-50_W7H~rul)._OcL25,,iN��v...lt.8rjB-  ���I"  "Th'iro, ar* tliroo million paopU  around tho world today wlia bo-  lltya that th�� iinlflcntlon of mankind  |t th* wlll of Ood for our a-*-*. Tliay  coll llifm-oly-j* {.qho'li.  P��rhop�� Paha'I It what you aro  looWnqfor.  loformorton upon roqutiti \i Lola  " Hood, 7pron1o 7��"''��'*��'~*'����~'��-"������������''-t*����  ^INVESTORS * DEyELOPERS       ��  ) 000' wotorfront  19,3 acres, Homo  ^ guo*,t cottago, Crook through pro-  pTri^1Uon'ITorfiril��llvrOriliT$3'9;P00'  F,P, Somo torms,  SANDY HEACH t    ;  Enocutlvo rollrpmont homo, outstand*  Ing   hooch   property,   Many   deluxe  itt(fimf��rrndM'ttin"{naT'jir"twil'fttd'^o'nr  d��ckrgumt,cottago and garago, Outld*  lna�� In now condition, Do lho (Irst ono  to mm,  it,  $33,500 F,P, Torms, J.  Anderson 003*2053.      ���   HALFMOON DAY  Ploawnt   living" ohel   Investment, 2  hoMsos on 147' wotorfront.  ..__.���._���4,���$ 14.O00*'Cqsiir-��-'-'~~'  E, Surteofi 005*9303,  GIRS0NS  .i^mfortnbtcr-fdmllp^om^nwcrr'oir  ,,/urnac��f.��220,aWlrJnor,Slono flroploco,.,  Closo to shops, Full prico $9000,00,  Down $2000,00, $00.00 por month,  C, R, Gatliorcoh- 006-7015,  Wo would bb pleased to list your proporty for sale as a Vancouvor Roal  ostalo multiply listing, This wlll provldo a largo number of Vancouvor  salosrpen with Ihe information to bring your property to the attention  of; Vancouver buyers and will also,give you sorvlco locally'by ono of our  local resident Salesmen.(. - .    ... ;  ������..    .,..  o^ft^,aa^iJ*l��wi;isw��-��ii!**|i,>=i  '  ll  ���l"i ^���'VM' v"7\- **  >*   a '  M'  *   it-  ^Jiif(l^#ii^^A  ���*?*�������������� ���*�����' ���^'���*'S**v*V-^l-/-v--  ���0~-9~~r-ir-?-~-  ..&*��� iT^jii***.   ��*Ajt* jW<)/i*.>'t    _   ^_.   ��� "y ''A'       i_  ^���^SS^Su^^r  lateuterj ballet dancer  Fund raisers  *-*���, 'i  \'i��*��l     I. v'*<  Hi.   ill  _^T^OF_Ithe ji&rice .willr take ���the centre  spot light in Gibsons ' Friday "night at  7:30 p.m., November 17th,-in the-Elphinstone Secondary School gym-when,Sally  ShoVe presents,^ lecture-dance'demonstration ' on the ballet. Mrs. Shore *" will also  show the 'Canadian Film BoarOirm /'The  Balleriria.'"     '      *    -        M '   ' *   ,    ������  Born in Nairobi, Kenya, Sally Shore  began her ballet'training under the eye of  one of Africa's priest teachers, Miss Poreen  Liburn. She studied in Kenya until th'e  age of 16 when she left "to further' her  studies in London, England, with the Royal  Acaden-yof Dancing and the .'Royal Ballet:  After completing a teaching course with  the Royal. Academy she returned, to East  Africa and 'became .principal of1( a Jarge  Ballet School in Nairobi. She toured East  and t Central, Africa -giving ,lec.tures and  demonstrations Vn 'the Dance and helped  organize:performances given-by such World  reno\vhed dancers ��� as iRam, Gdpal, the  classical Indian dancer, Alexis Rassine and  members of the Royal Ballet.  Mrs. Shore's presentation ,is under the  ausplc^ 'cir'the "Schbol 'District^'? ^Adult  feduc&tftm Wogr'am: M mission is free to  the public.      ������.-���A       y      : A  ISI. SC01I1S  OPENING the festive month of December  the Elphinstar.-s District - Scouts are'in-  tearii work and, co-Operati6n, often revealing unsuspected  talents-^or' organization.  viting. the .community to join in, the joys improvisation humour and dramatic abil-  of scouting at- a' 6ig 'jamboree of fun and fty 'ih'iiidMdttals'-as-well as' putting a young  entertainment'to b'e held'on> December 1    lad's natural propensity* to goof off ani  in the Elphinstone auditorium  It has been the "custom in recent years  for the Group Committee to mail out the  yearly appeal." -Alvvays v/e\i received, and  supported, this appeal provided most of  the annual budget"!of'five 'to six hundred  dollars, which'includes-the-per capita assessment which goes to Provincial head  ham-it up to good use.  No-one will deny "the high ideals, good  citizenship and rsporsmanship, concern for  others "'"resourcefulness, ' etc. for which  Scouting'stands, biit it isn't always realized that both.the learning and the practise are fun. An evening's entertainment  as planned for December 1st is designed  quarters for leadership,'trainingf upkeep of    to demonstrate a very important Scouting  campsites,  funds for ^later-provincial and    philosophy, 'that-work is fun'   **.*  CREDIT UNION  '   at SECHELT, B.C.  ��'{.'-< ^  Tuesday to Friday���-10-.OO o.m.-5:00 p.m.  Saturday���10:00 q.m.-4:00 p.m.  Telephone 885-9551  __ - .    . "5 .&      *>" r-y-tt"   S3    . ��� ���   , Secheit District teachers .   ,  Teaching for the first time in British    Mary  Underwood,  Mrs.  Josephine  Columbia, teachers attending-thfe re-    Crane. Standing from left: Mr.\,B,. C,  cent Induction Ceremony were, seat-    MacKenzie, Mr. F L, Fuller, Mr'.*R'.  ed:   Miss   Heather   Wheeler,   Mrs.    A. Mills and Mr. A. J. Crane.   \  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'  ���v    -*    *> *  i *\r       r*s  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING - PRUNING  Gower Point Rood  Gibsonir B:C. v Dlof 88i-2?1?  ��� VX.- i 4*. *��� j-"*' i  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  a i    . * **  Bal Block - Gibsons  John Hind**Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  Tt- PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m.-to5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Every Wednesday  886-2166  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's; Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Tole-.hono Gibsons 8862481 .Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.    !  Real Estate & Insurance  BOt|'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Blc^ck, .Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-2313  L & 1% S^Al^SON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe ond  , ���.....,,...,.,���    Front End Loader Work.    Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Vhone 885-9666 -Box 172 - Secheit  '*������  "'    MADKRA MARINA  Your OMC Service Centre'-"peninsula. Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailer's & Hbok-up - Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Lbunchlna Ranip ' .���   .  ���msrmzm  OCEAHSIOE f URN^TMRE  Custom cabinetry for home ana offlco  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkln, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phono 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL. BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phono 8864120  (CLOSED MbkbA^) '  n.  i  ,.., ..,...,,-      , 11���i.._.t...i,iJ._i.���...L.._���-.l..        i i  For Your Fuel Supplies  Dahny Vyheolcr  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER.!.  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  *)*���.'*��� ��� >*���*> A '    ."'ft'1  **. t-'i,' Aa       yii'ii*   i��  ;,'.f,i  Scovfi ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  .   LTD.'   '  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children^ Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Seehelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  ......? -.,,.,_,.;���.:   GIBSONS   ' .  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down paynient - Bonk interest -  Ten years to: pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  iW.i-i.i���i.J^mw-^,.i-L-,w-^_,i- !������������; .mm km ��� ��i*!**��'���i. i��� n-in-in ������- ���������������  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening -  janitor service - painting- odd jobs etc. -'  Free Estimates - All work guaranteed.  Phone 885-2191  TMN creek Dumber  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD*  ��� ��� :'A;yA;;,; ,y.,;;J- ,l'V,|yi,.T  Dial 886-2808  - yA   -yXA^Aii-X /TyiJ', 'f.A   ...... .    -.  When You Need Building Supplies  ' ��� '��� ���" ,,-iGivp,'Us'A';Cdll:  ���  ;       FREE ESTIM/VTES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Dox 339, Glb.oni, B.C. ��� 886-9546  ,      Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  B,OAT ?ALES  m.m^.~.���*.i-.*.i*.*mmi~,im~i.m.i..-.,-*.i ���f���-*���''���������' ��� "��� " ' ""   ���   '"-" '" ' "' ' ""*"  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  C & S SALES  ������     SECHELT. B.C'    '   "7  ' A A ',  APPLIANCES.'- HARDWARE'  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  :..,. 9 o-n��a to 5 p.m. Tuesday-^ Saturday ,,.t.���,  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phorie 886-2172    '  Daily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery service  Lbwt?ed hauling  EATONS    a  "WHERE-fTO-GO'!  TRAVEL "SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS  MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  Gibsons 886-2232  Head Office 5tS West Hastings St., Van.  HOWE SOUHD 5-10-115c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Eyerythipg from Needles to  School Supplies.  PEN INSULA SEPTIC YANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effecitive- On The Spot  Service. , ;  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  ���"' "'"'���'������,'$:30>'.m;'   ...j. .:���....", :;..'.;  -. .. "   ���. *i��|.��,..a,..,.t. ..,"?'..;;.���- ������� ������...���,.,-....,.��� ,...���1,,,,,..  Fully Insured  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Socholt, R.R. 1 Dayit Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  ___*__.' ��� '''' - 1   '   .'���' a ,   : ���.. ,        .   :     '    '  ri���i "-         -   ��� -   -   -  1 ��� ���  , ._  ��� ._ .     -   .-   .  ROY 8, >AfAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Sqchelt  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  81  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  \ Wed^day/ ^0^^11^15^1967  Apples, dips, pqicrtpi chips  ONCE AGAIN tension mjOMnts,; as 'the foot-  Ball season gets cl6s|r;' 'to JGrey Cup  day:^���������taicky 4,t is- for.'-MotbaiL*'' fans," since  they cannot'be in the^stani&s-to'-'watch all  the gam'es' theii 'favored team..play^, "that  they can sit, or stand when excitement runs  high, and enjoy the game at home; Not  only the game-with��� running-commentary  provided.but at -t^e. .same.. Ume .enjoy con-  Unually nipDlirig-^caU- it vcoihptdsive eating  if you like.  This is not only the season for football  in Canada but the beginning of a much  longer season for Canadian ' apples, *and  there is good- news -that--.the crop of our  national fruit is good this year, both as to  quantity and quality. So let us put apples  as number one on the snack list for football  fans. There is such satisfaction in munching a juicy crisp apple ahd when you have  a tasty-cheese dip withypotato-chips*to  alternate with the apples one is all set for  an afternoon or evening of sheer enjoyment. Granted the snacks will taste even  . better if the home team is making the  touchdowns and adding the extra points.  Incidentally, apples, cheese and potato  chips*will-"-make' just as*goiod a snack team  for hockey fans when it comes to watching  many exciting "^way-from-hpme" games  this winter.  These three Cheese Dips may be used as  sandwich spreads. For sandwiches chopped  olives, pimiento or green pepper or peanuts  may be added.  CHEESE DIP I  Heat M* cup salad dressing in double  boiler or heavy saucepan over low heat.  Add-M> pound -processed cheese,- cut-in  pieces. When cheese, melts, cool. If too  thick for easy dipping beat in small amount  of milk or cream.  CHEESE DIP II  Put 2 tablespoons milk into electric  beater, then M*. teaspoon Worcestershire  Sauce and I cup cubed tangy Cheddar  Cheese. Cover and start at low speed.  Change to high speed and blend until mixture is smooth.  CHEESE DIP HI  1 tablespoon sugar  1 teaspoon cornstarch  Vi teaspoon1 salt  Vi teaspoon mustard  3 cups, grated Cheddar cheese or,,. . .  Vi pound processed cheese,"cut iri* cubes  '   ,1 egg  Vi cup water. , .,.....,..   ,  1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce  2 tablespoons vinegar  Combine sugar, cornstarch, salt and  mustard. Blend with slightly beaten egg.  Add water and cook over low heat until  thick and smooth.' Add Worcestershire  sauce and vinegar. 'Stir in cheese, When  cheese js melted, cool, If too thick for  easy dipping beat in smalf amount of ipllk  or cream.  international get-togethers;- etc.  There is stfund 'thinking as well as  hard work behind; this change in presentation of the annual appeal for coirfmunity  support. First, the Scouts "and Cubs will be  actively involved in arranging and producing an outsanding evening of family entertainment, and secondly it will give supporters of our youth organizations an op-  portunity to see\ iot- themselves the fine  young "boys who* are benefitting from the  Variety of activities arranged for them.  -This sort of fund raising pays dividends  in,the form of ..experience, for., the. boys in  We hear a lot nowadays about the generation gap and" the inability of the old fo  understand the young/This Scout Jamboree will also give the lie to this nonsense  and prove that good fun and fellowship  are' things we can -all share, young and  old together. The Scouts and Cubs will be  coming tb your house to sell tickets, adults  $1.00, children SOc nearly next' week, make  sure that you get yours and why not buy  a: couple of extra tickets for the grandparents j the oldtimers of this district have always been the" most loyal supporters Of  ybuth.  W//MM/////W//M/.W////////M//Mg  MOUNT ELPHINSTONE CHAPTER  ��� 0   a.   o-     .**��     l.*(   -'     - J. .j,    *!��*��� ���%   ,'.���*!���  v1 *��'.      f>H.W t     -s ������.��� '     i   a  -,��'../     ; J  No. 65 O.E.S.  Saturday, Movembee- 18, 2-4 p.m.  GIBSONS, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACTIWT^ ROOM  ������������**?( ��*\->/v' {,. 'tt.T+3  ROBERTS CREEK CREDIT UNION  ANNOUNCES  .       a  "aS. -      '       '  COLLECTION OFFICE  H   -(  ,i tr   a*>      *��        a     * . 5    ^*_ lip  *��  yV  IN GIBSONS  d ii  ft!" iZVt* "t    '. '-T f  PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNTS OF ALL KINDS  *>  CHEQUING ACCOUNT DEPOSITS  -* - MAY-NOW- BE MADE  AT  Seaside Plaza - Gower Point Road ���'  Did you hear about the sporty astronaut?  When the weather's nice, ho wants to, rldo  With tho top dpwn.  ��  11  ii*^Amm^l��i**.��*,i*A*i,.~i*iAi..i*-IAii'iir^.'...i,i,..."'.*.'.^'>^.:,.'i<.,.A.*A'~*i.' .a. :.":'***  GIBSONS HARDWARfi 1TP.  Your, Marshall WolIs  Dealership.   ,,,..,.  Phono 086-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  �����������'' "���" ��� iii -ii nm 11 iwi ��� imi ***** ���"-- ' "������������***���'****�����*****������' ���' '<" ���������"'" ��� i ���' ii ���   ii ii ��� in i n i "T11 ii -i 111 ������ i,  PjENiMSMi-4 CLEA-H^RS  1S2'< OWer Pt. Road    n.  006-2200 Glbsona  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CWANINQ NRBDS  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  HoMSQhoW Moving 8> Storage  phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibson*.  tlQHT MACHINERY SERVICE  Clearing - Levelling - Landscaping      s Bulldozing  CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE  885-2830  |^*WlW[SWJl����rt^'ll*Ll^i^nWWW��W��^!.^i**ii'  d  Now ��crvlco In district  PLUMBING S, HOT WAtER "~~  HEATING  CERTIFIED MAStfeR1 PLUMBER  FREE ESTIMATES--,' PHONE ANYTIME    ���        '  ��� 005-2037 ��� ��� y(1 ������;_���  FRErHoMEDEMOW^  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALU MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havlos - 085-9740   I..,.;.,;-.,!! jjj,;,.,,.,,!,,-,'.      ,1,   ,.'.;'���. i 1  YYIG^RD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized.  Singer Sowing Ma'chlne Dealer  Cowrie St h Socholt -f||, 885-9345   |^#MIW^.M*..W..��l,l-,MM.W��..��..W,.il,. ������*W*.��WWI���.*1 WIII-WIW***-  Residential - Commercial  .,..,   Industrial, vyirlng    .���',  Electric Hoatlng Specialists  Gibsons 006-9689  "S^Tvlngf^  ,!,��..   ,111.    I.   I     ,         '        ,      ���    ,      ������"���,  HEWITT CLEANING SERVICE  Floor . , . Washed, W^xed, Stripped.  --~-----*---*^WIndow--Cleanlng  ���-���~^w--wtHonrKort'~HowiH  -irt^WWw^fW^^ww^B^Jitia^rJAnsai"  At tho Sign of tho Chovron  HILI/S MACHINE SHOP  fi, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machlpa Shop���> Arc and Acty Woldlno  Stool Fabricating ���*-* Marino Ways  Automotive and Marino Repair? ,  Standard Marino Station,  Phono 886.7721       Ros. 006-9956, 806-9326  ���'-���iwewM*^Hf**ii.*B��W*fMefl*l*!*>si  ��� ���>s*m*?i*>it*-j'3"s-.* ^tetfw  885-2266 or 885^019  LILA'S SALON  INVITATION TO p,EAyTY  E^pprt Hair Cutting  For appointment 886-2980  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  The Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite tlio High School - Gibsons  For Take Out Orders Phono 886-2433  1 ~ <   K & % APPLIANCES  Major Appllartpes Sorvlco  All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578 - Socholt, D.C.  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  _,Gravo I,, ^avvy���A.>EI IL  A SIMPKINS~r885-21?2  BRICKLAYING  RUBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE TIMES  $100 FULL CARD  $10 MINIMUM  FRIDAY 8 -p.m.  NOVEMBER 17  SECHELT NATIVE  LIMITED TICKETS FOR  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL  DECEMBER 8th NOW  AVAILABLE FROM  MEMBERS.  t^A-/  ..,...����<���-������*. w^A^I^N^WilfiiW^--1*9  *My  '1:1  I  -   '     ..a  t  \  I  'M  'I  '   t .! I'   ,1 1  *>.>.*���  *  * .�� ���  ,?��� V!'.'' p Aj *- *;.{ ' l j   fM'MI'Ift A r ��'f.  t'l1 f ' * t I ���  ,1 .1 \  �� I �� I,  1 * * ,',. * y ..*.'.*...*,'.�� *. *  ll . . . ~yr'"'-'i--Y^r  *k*&^<j^w&*>~ > V^^-ffi  rx ^'':^'c^^4l^,'^^^t^^'Af "���.������'' ���'--'oy-gi.- -'fr -^'-- ���*������< c-> ~j.- v, ������<.'  +00ir0Mm0000000000**0******r******0*0000000000000*00000*0000000000000000000000000000000\  I  <<i *  liiwiltiniiiimiw:  rrr  ?M'  si  w  J.'V  ���tt  ft  v( ���;������������ i-  1''/'  j   THEPENINSULA,5fe��^  rZEUITORTALS  '_ *l may be wrong, but l shall not be so. wrong as to fail to say what l believe to be right."Z  8 ���-John Atkins}  8 ' ��� if  ^^mm^mmmMMmmgm00mtf0M0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000=-  Highway hazard grows  tremely heavy equipment. If the minister  has engineers incapable of appreciating  the necessity of a major road improvement project, then it is high time he carried out an extensive inspection himself,  preferably by car.  Considerable work is being carried  out at the ferry terminals in order to improve conditions and help eliminate long  lin-ups. For an area dependent to large  extent upon tourism, this is a good thing  and something we have sought for a long  time. However, the need for an improved  highway will be all the more imperative  for it is logical to assume the improved  ferry facilities will result in increased  traffic.  We must not overlook the fact that  while we are continually told the highway improvement will come or is under  consideration, this has been going on for  years. Should by some incredible stroke  of good fortune, the minister suddenly  announce reconstruction is to take place  without further delay or dubious promises, it would still be two or three  years before such a project could be efficiently completed.  To Premier W. A. C. Bennett and his  B.C. Ferry Authority, we give top marks,  for keeping up with ferry traffic is an unending proposition. He is nevertheless,  aware of the Sunshine Coast and has expensive projects underway at Langdale,  Earls Cove and Powell River, but while  his department should be directly connected with the Highways Department,  it would seem there is room for improvement in the field of communication.  m?��rx*L $A**tte\ v  �� >i i     i ��� .I a >>  V*ia  ^r>  >     *     -a^N',**   j*        >'^V     \>.     ���  ^5*.   *.  M'   \A Is  HOWEVER devout ones aspirations as  a supporter of our present provincial  government, no-one, other than an exceptionally ardent martyr, would have the  temerity to suggest the Minister of Highways, Hon. Phil Gaglardi deserves more  than a rusty medal for his endeavors relating to road improvements ' on the  Peninsula.  An accident last Tuesday on one of  the multitudinous and notorious bends  proved disastrous. But this is- exceptional There are many such accidents  resulting in no serious injury. The time '  will undoubted!) arrive when a multiple  tragedy will occur. The nature of our  hazardou*- highway literally guarantees  this.  When such an event takes place the  outcry will be so loud that the gallant  minister will take the long overdue action. This is how so many governmental  departments appear to function.  Fortunately, they do not all operate  this way and to give credit where due,  a great deal has been undertaken and, in  fact, is presently being carried out by the  provincial government. It would, be totally wrong and unfair to label a government black because of one or two departments. Even Mr. Gaglardi's department  is worthy of credit, for in some areas a  great deal has been accomplished. Considerable work has indeed been carried  out on side roads in the Pender Harbour  area which is fine. This still does nothing for the highway which is carrying  ever increasing traffic, much of it ex-  "Ir was a good deal until my kid started beating me at pool!'  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Intimidation intolerable  SHANGRI La to some businessmen is  probably complete lack of competition even when more than warranted but,  needless to say, such a situation today  would be extremely difficult to find. Indeed, in many cases, competition goes "to  extremes and not always to the benefit  of the shopper. However in general principle, such details as service and product  tip the scales between success arid failure.  One thing is certain. Any merchant,  regardless of tough times, would be making a grave mistake to add to his problems by attempting intimidation of shoppers .who take their business elsewhere.  We live in a reasonably free society and  where a person takes his or her business  is strictly the personal concern of that  person, no one else's. In fact, to sum up  this preamble, one might suggest such intimidation could well warrant court action.  As with any business, a newspaper  has to-iensure its future existence by  serving the public and to do this ethically  and efficiently calls for a great deal of  effort, for all doors do not open at 9 a.m.  terested, we make clear the fact that The  Times and staff have the largest holdings  and pay greater taxes than any competitor  on the Peninsula, and this includes a  business tax in Gibsons as well as  Secheit.  This week we have been forced to  withdraw publication of a column by a  Gibsons resident due to unmitigated, impudent inteference. Via the grape-vine  we hear the same pompous individual  has suggested the school column should  not go to The Times only. Our two  young writers from Elphinstone were  asked by us to submit a column for  which they are 'paid normal, rates. We  naturally cannot pay the same young  people to write for another publication.  Various groups have been somewhat  amazed to observe our capable photographer arrange a picture while other  individuals wait to snap off pictures. We  have never objected to this abysmal situation but, we definitely have no intention  of permitting intimidation of correspondents.  The  Times  should,  in  actual  fact  0.\ NOVEMBER 8th, Mrs. Sarah Wall celebrated her 84th birhday" quietly at her  home. She was happy to receive birthday  greetings from many old frinds and former residents of the area, including"Mr.  and Mrs. Tom Robilliard Sr.. Mr. and Mrs.  Russell Brooks, Mrs. Vic Gladstone and  Mr. Tommy Beasley. There was also a  telephone   call   from   her   granddaughter,  Beverley Silvey of Powell River. Mrs. Wall    who   is   at  present  engaged   in  insurance  has  lived  in Halfmoon  Bay   continuously  since 1919.  *   ��   ���-  ���by Mary Tinkley  on a hunting trip with his father, Kye Silvey of Egmont.  At he Jack Temples were their daughter, Maureen Smith of Prince George and  Mrs. Temple's father, Ed Campbell of  Vancouver.  Guests of the Alan Greene's were Mrs.  Pat Cookman of the Grosvenor Hotel, Vancouver   and   Bill   Gerency   of   Yugoslavia,  and close at 5 p.m. In, order to carry out    shrug off this type of petty practice as  its duty, the small staff of a weekly newspaper: is on call seven days a week,- with  almost every night taken up with meetings of one sort or another. Added to this  problem of locating competent correspondents aware of the value of facts, for it  would be extremely poor policy to run a  ' "sorry wc goofed" column each week.  To this end,,The Times has enjoyed  , the pleasure of providing the Peninsula  the "writing upon the wall" for our  growth in four years is abundant proof  that the future is assured. However, when  residents who chose to support us are  treated almost as criminals by an arrogant sycophant then we feel the time has  .come.to state the facts.  Costume jewellry items  help talent programme  NOVEMBER  newsletter of the  Elizabeth  are thoroughly enjoyed by the girls who'  display moro talent than tho program director can Use on tho^rogrnmi'  It seems that -there.' Is an endless need  for costume Jcwclcry for prizes, gifts and all  sorl.i of uses, oven broken pieces can , bo  utilized by' tho girls, Any contributions In  this lino Would bo very welcome nnd may  be mailed to Mrs, Peggy Wninborn, 070 W.  27th Ave,, Vancouver 1), B.C.  with  a newspaper  which,1   apart  from  printing both sides of a story rather than        .,    D   .    . ���    , ,  the side calculated m tnH--v tn th* fin���    ���     Z'ry Sodcy.tolls of lhc monthly birthday  Vhi r,,ln   J ?    ���       * parties.which' arc held at tho Willlngdon  ci.u returns, gives comprehensive picture    School for Girls at Burnaby. These1 parties  coverage and attractive, advertising; End    result is that circulation reflects acceptance to the extent, wc now enjoy a  Vastly superior coverage, "X hot;,:; drily  throughout the Sunshine Coast but with  papers yoing to the United Stoics, Great  Britain, Europe and South Africa, as  >ve||, of course, throughout Canada.  However, us with' a\hnr every business, we encounter the inevitable Interference from those who would prefer thu  .Pi^ta^mSotfi)CCSUhft--Jnonopoly-��-Wo  therefore make clear at this timo the  fact that, no correspondent on this newspaper has to accept any form of intimidation.     This  applies to  unyonc  who  writes for, or^ubmlts copy to, The Tiim-s,  There haVe been cases, purl iculnrly  in the Gibsons urea whereby people have  been intimidated  simply beeiuise they  choose to Nubmit material to this newspaper. No one has to tuke tltl��, titul we  invite anyone who Is so treated to notify  us immediately and appropriate action  will be taken.  For the ..information of anyone in-  Next program of documentary films at  the Welcome Beach Hall will be shown on  November' 21st, and will include Flyway  North, a 10 minute film in colour of the  arrival in Spring of the Greater Snow  geese on islands of the lower St. Lawrence,  where they feed for y two months before  following the sky trails to their breeding  grounds on Baffin Island. Another film in  colour "In' Search of? Medea", illustrates  the art of Sylvia Lefkovitz and her journeys  in Greece where sculpture and scenery  were her inspiration.  The film illustrates the lost wax process, in which the sculptor models directly  in wax and then the bronze is poured in  the mould replacing the wax which runs  out.  A black and white film reviews the  work of JPaul Emile Bofduas, one of the  most impassioned of modern artists who  died in 1960. His work ranges from church  painting at St. Hilaire, Quebec to surrealism in New York and Paris.  SAVE   THE  CHILDREN,  Mrs. Alan Greene .^reports,.,that the recent Savc-the-Children drive 'has resulted  in an amount of,$168.50. Promises have  been received to increase this to ��180 which  would cover the cost of adopting three hungry childrn, It is hoped that a further drive  later on will mean that one child can be  adopted by each of Secheit, Halfmoon Bay,  Madeira Park, Kleindale and' Egmont,  CHRISTMAS  DINNER  ' The Welcome Beach Community Assoc*  laion Is planning Its Christmas dinner at  tho Welcome Beach Hall at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, December. 2nd. Tickets, at $1.50'  each nro now available from Mrs. Ralph  McCrady, Mrs, Roy Holgate,or Mrs, Guy  Clear. As the nuiriber sold will bo restricted, members and friends aro urnod lo  get their tickets as early as possible to  avoid disappoinment, ' ;  VISITORS      ,  Halfmoon Bay area was full of visitors  for the' November nth .weekend, Bcv Sll*  voy was at the home of her mother,' M,rs,  Pat Ness, Avhllo her husband Larry went  business in Vancouver and will shortly be  transferred to Toronto. Another recent guest  of the Greene's was Mrs. Johnson, widow  of Dr. Keith Johnson, who. was the doctor  at Garden Bay in 1938:  Donald W. McLean, accompanied by  his wife, was in Halfmoon Bay twice recently to visit his father, Mr. Harry McLean. Don McLean, following in his father's footsteps; is safety inspector for the  Workmen's  Compensation  Board.  Standard  tax bill  welcomed  A STANDARDIZED tax bill showing education   and   general- municipal   costs  separately will "be welcomed by the B.C.  Teachers' Federal, says its president.   .  Robert M. Buzza, of Burnaby, said it is  time that taxpayers are made aware of the  exact extent of sharing of education costs  between the local and provincial govern-  , ments.  Buzza was commenting on an announcement by Municipal Affairs' Dan Campbell  to the convention of the Union of B.C,  Municipalities that the government is planning to issue a standardized tax form to  all municipalities.  The form will detail provincial .contributions to education, including the $120  home owner grant.  "I would agree with Mr, Campbell when  he says that education should not become  a1 political football," Buzza said. "The taxpayer should be made aware, in a very  forthright and clear manner, whore his  local takes are spent.  "To date the provincial contributes tp  education In eaqh school district arc ,scldom  known' to tho individual taxpayer with the  result that tljo taxpayers aro unable to  assess the adequacy or otherwise of the  provincial grants.        '   '  "The BCTF considers that expenditures  on education are Justified and that any  analysis of the loc^nl nnd provincial grants  would serve to support 'further expenditure in this most vital sorvlco."  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Novermber 15, 1967  /  Secnelt Socials^  ���'      '   "   ��� -    -I     1 1   ���l    ���.I������i-.i-q.���. -_,i..��I.I_,ii-,| .���   ������,.. ,���      i. ,_,   . __(  ���With Your Neighbours  THE Past Matrons Club, Order of the  Eastern Star, was held at the home of  Mrs. Jv W. Fisher on Monday. November  6th. Eleven!1 past matrons- were present.  The Past Matrons have donated a doll with  complete wardrobe and a doli bed with  mattress and bedding, to tbe OES for a  raffle. The luclcy ticket will be drawn at  the OES Bazaar in Gibsons Elementary  School Hall on November 18th. The doll  and outfit are now on display in Parker's  Hardware where tickets may be obtained.  SEWING  CIRCLE  Ladies of the Selma Park Sewing Circle  met at the home of Mrs. M^y Garnett on  Wednesday, November 8th; these ladies  rotate their meetings iii their homes in the  form of a coffee party. Each lady pays a  small fee for her coffee and the proceeds  go into a fund from which donations are  made periodically to some worthy cause.  They have made donations to St. Mary's  Hospital and recently have given a donation to the Senior Citizens Homes Fund.  Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs.  S. Hammond on Wednesday, November 15.  VISITING  Caralee and Ariene Johnson were visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson in Secheit, the past weekend. Caralee  received her degree in Agriculture from  UBC in June and is now employed by the  Federal Civil Service in Agriculture Economics. Ariene is presently enrolled in second year at UBC where she is majoring in  Zoology. The Johnson's son Ted completed  a two year course in Power and Processing Engineering at Vancouver Vocational  School and is now ��� employed in the B.C.  Hydro plant at loco.  �����.***  Mrs. Sam Dawe, Chairman pf the Secheit Centennial Committee is compiling a  Centennial album which she will donate to  the archives of the new Centennial Library. It will contain a history of Secheit  in photos dating back to 1894 and will also  feature pictures depicting highlights-of the  ' past Centennial Year. The visit of the Cen-  ennial Caravan; the Centennial Stage  Coach and HMCS MacKenzie. Anyone having snapshots of these events, please contact Mrs. Dawe (885-9537). Allnegatiyes  borrowed will be returned to the owners.  ANGLICAN   CHURCH  Anglican Church Women of St. Hilda's;  recently held their regular meeting with  Mrs. Stan Bryan presiding. It was decided  there would be no Friendship Tea this  month as there are so many activities underway. There will be a "Fun Night" on  December 1st; Mrs. David Hayward will  be the convener. Tickets will be one dollar  and there will be a door prize of a grocery .  hamper. Reports were given at the meeting  of the recent Deanery meeting held at St.  Bartholomew's,  Gibsons,  87th  BIRTHDAY  Friends gathered at the home of Mrs.  Elizabeth Wakefield last Monday afternoon  giving her a pleasant surprise by taking  her a birthday cake and joining in celebrating her 87th birthday.  SUCCESSFUL   CANVAS  Mrs. Margaret Lamb wishes to thank  the ladies who so kindly canvassed in the  Secheit, Salma Park and Wilson Creek  area on behalf of the CNIB during October. The canvass was most successful,  LIONS LADIES ' r  Lions Ladies Annual Christmas Bazaar  will be heltj in the Legion Hall, Secheit on  Friday, November 17th from 1-3 p.m. Winning  tickets  for the raffle will also  be  _drawn, tickets are on sale in most stores  or from Lions Ladies members; first prize  is a beautifully crocheted tablecloth;  the  JHOyPiher prizes being an.electric knite and  an overnight case.  POLICE   NOTES  '������-;' Highway Patrol RCMP Constable George  Humphrey has returned from a two week  .first-aid course.  Constable Brian Werth has joined the  Secheit RCMP detachment as highway patrol officer, coming here from j Fort St.  John and prior to that, McLeod Lake;  Constable Werth replaces Constable, Keith  Winch.  ^(3��8��Wt6lMf3��!��&Wv����- P��RlWitW(*il5���*��MtS**-  ll  Published Wcdncwduya at Scchclt  on fl.C.'s Sunshine Coasa  ���--��� - *>Y   Scchclt rciiimulM Time*. U4.  Hon m - Scchcli, II.O.  Douglas O. 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Bellowing the red coated RCMP of-   Indian dress led thfe long parade to   service held in Secheit on Satuiday
fleers  and'the  majorettes,   Secheit   the Cenotaph for Rememhrance Day   mprning
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Veterans
Paying tribute to their fallen com-   by the Ladies Auxiliary, once again frail now to parade but still proud
rades, members of Royal Canadian   march to • the Cenotaph-where they   of their part in Canada's destiny.
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Wednesday, Novermber 15, 1967 Cubs, Scouts, Brownies and Guides   "relatives   and   comrades   who   fell
' stood with Legionaires and members    during two world'wars * Service was
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uULLarLnQLy Y OlirS to pay homage to departed friends,  '
—by Maurice Hemstreet
I H\VE a poem: There was an old lady
\ ho lived ina shoe} she Had so many kids
she didn't know what to do.' She started a
square datice'class alliof her ^own,'she now
has the -most popular plaice in town. Instead
of one shoe, she ,!inow-Has-two,Aphorie
885 9941, wouldn't, you*like'to-come too?
Golly, time does ffly,! you know,rwe have
square danced just about■•evefy place-you
could think- oi and 'we have some wonderful . -  - •
memories of the; past. - June* 15, 1962 the
Secheit'PromenadersUurned out. to square        A
dance   at   Harold   and   Phyllis   Pearson's A  .  . ■ .
rumpus room at Wilson Creek.  The-following week we squared our sets with Bill and
Lee.Davis at their-home at -TUlicia_n Bay.
On July  12,  1963,  I'had  the. pleasure-of     A
calhng^-the-squares" at"Mr;;and*MrsARoy
Gibsons'   home   overlooking  the   Sunshine
Coast at Silver Sands, then to top off that
week, Sat. night, July 13, 1963, with coloured lights agio; we squared up our sets on
our front lawn and ended up square dancing
in bare feet.   This was a ticklish situation
and times like this you never forget.
fe ~ Atiitie that^will-be rre
well ten years from now is the big square
dance  jamboree  coming  up  this   coming
Sat. night at the Port Mellon Hall, Nov.
18th, 1987.   Starting gates open at 8 p.m.
with caller Bud: Blatchford,  master tonsil
torcherqr  at  the  mike, JIarry   Robertson
from'tfie   ^ibscins" Squarenaders"   and   of
cours yours truly, have record, will travel.
Especially when refreshments  are  served
and one.only has to take a napkin.   Your
hosts   will  be  the  Sheze   and   Heeze,   or
verse   visa,   of   Port   Mellon   all   square
dancers -welcome,- -so* why not  come and
help make this a gala evening of square
and rounds to be remembered for many
years to come?
Well I must get along now, don't want
to bruise my typewrite^ fingers you know,
so with a tally Ho! see you at the square
dance.
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AWARDED CENTENNIAL MEDAL
Hon. Isabel Dawson has been awarded
the new Centennial Medal from the Canadian Centennial Committee in Ottawa. •
The citation with the medal reads: "On
the occasion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the confederation of Canada, this
Centennial, medal is conferred on the, Honourable Isabel Pearl ,Dawson, MLA, in
recognition of valuable service to the nation. July 1, 1967".
Enclosed: M.O: or Cheque for
Young Canada
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Needless to say, every group has its  followers or supporters however low it  might be and such is the case with the  unwashed work-shy hippies.  The following is the brief by Rev. Holliday. and we consider it well worthy of  publication.  ���'.   Your   Worship   Mayor   Campbell   and.  ^Members' of the Council:  I had rather.be a "Square John'' than a  "Dirty Rounder." Square John is the term  -of insult applied to the. average citizen to  distinguish him from the hippie. In the  jargonese of the hippie, the Square John  is everything that he (the hippie) chooses  : not to be. He hurls the term as an epithet  of contempt. I accept it as a badge of  honour.  What is wrong with being a square?  What is wrong with a "square deal" in  business? What is wrong with a "square  meal"? provided to children by parents  who do an honest day's work? What is  wrong with standing four-square against  verminous individual's whose aim is the  subvision of our youth? What is wrong  with standing foursquare for the truth,  honesty, purity, righteousness and true  freedom?  The answer���nothing!  Freedom is never in such great danger  as when it is abused and perverted. Locke  said, "Liberty cannot be where there is no  thought, no volition, no will, but there may  be thought, there may be will, there may  be volition where there is no liberty. Involuntary behavior is always unfree."  There is something radically wrong with  X society, /that sits, on its hands in addle-  pafed vacuity���wiiile it's blbod-bbugM liberty degenerates into lawless anarchy. Is  our vision so blurred that we may no  longer distinguish between liberty and  licence? I confess to amazement at the  abysmal failure of Press, Radio and TV to  discern that-Mayor Campbell's action���far  from suppressing freedom of Press���  champions it!  What is wrong with our society? Has it  lost its capacity for righteous indignation?  Have we become so brainwashed by these  so-called apostles of love and liberty���who  call good, evil and evil, good; who make,  virtues, vices, and vices,, virtues?  Mr. Wasserman of the Vancouver Sun  complains bitterly of the scatological filth  sold to a little 8-yr. old child���then reverses  himself to castigate the Mayor because he  pays more attention to .literary sewage than  bur sewer system. What gives these critics  of Press, TV and Radio.Who carry on programs to revile the good and the decent.in  society and at the same tune extol the  subversive idiocy of the weirdest assortment  of left-wingers,   hippies,   hop-heads,  pot-heads, acid heads,  and  sundry other  sub-culturists who are the flotsom and jet-  som of a decadent society? Talk about air  'pollution and water pollution���we have a  greater problem���moral pollution! We have  been watching in stunned bewilderment, as  a  subversive,  criminal,  left-loving,   drug-  imbibing, minor element in our, society attempts to take over, the hearts arid'minds  of our youth.   It is about time we Square  Johns came out fighting and fighting hard.  Freedom is being perverted and destroyed in the name of freedom.   John Stuart  Mill said���"The only  freedom which deserves the name, is that of pursuing our  own good in our own way "-"-tiie pursuit of  good not evil, Laski said, "Liberty implies  the power to expand, ,the choice by the  individual" of his own way pf life,"  not  power to diminish.   John Stuart Mill said,  , "No society in which these liberties (liberty  of conscience, liberty of tastes  and pursuits, freedom to unite), are not on the  whole respected, is free."   A government  which falls \o protect citizens against the  invasion of their personal liberty by others  ���does not adhere to the standard of freedom. '     . ,  ; Mayor Campbell's^call for rat's ears was  not too productive���apparently his snipping  the ears of two-legged rodents, has been  more productive. In our view, Licence  Inspector Harrell acting on the advice of  His Worship, was well within his rights.  As to the pornographic nature of the paper  ���replete with four-letter words, obscene  pictures, a filthy caricature of the Roman  Catholic Church ad nauseum���the courts  must rule. I would say in passing, that, if,  within the definition of the law, this paper  is not adjudged obscene, then we desperately need new legislation.  The aggrieved outcry of the hippies for  the licence cancellation of their purple  prose paper aided and abetted by sundry  representatives of Press, Radio' and TV  has clouded the main issue.  The main issue is, in my view, a  shrewdly calculated attempt by a subversive, sub-cultural minority to incite our boys  and girls to rebel against all constituted  authority���Parental, Educational, and Governmental. Parents and teachers are reviled; children are encouraged to rebel and  foment discord in schools. Police are portrayed as���"society's ultimate weapon for  the preservation of hate, greed, sadism,  brutality, outdated Victorian laws and the  rest of the simple joys the older generation  worked so hard to establish," so says the  Georgia Straight and further���I give in  part an editorial from the front page of  this paper that was circulated on the school  grounds and in the schools, both public and  high school.  "Turn on, turn in, take over!!! if you  drop out of school, you will probably have  to get a job. You will hate that, too. The  pay will be low and it will be even more  boring than school was . . . Nobody has The  right to tell you how to run your life. You  know more than the elders do, about the  things that are really important today.  Make school interesting, by taking it over.  How can you begin?  Here are some ideas:  -^-Organize a union, to put pressure on  the teachers and principals so they will  give you what you want.  ���Petitions can be circulated to get rid  of bad teachers amd priricipalsl '  ���Fight against all age restrictions. If  you want to do something go ahead. If  you get caught, call the Georgia Straight  Defences Fund. The "laws" are so bad  that, nowadays, it is dishonourable not to  have a criminal record. Just forget, about  building a future in their society. You can  do better.  ���Organize love-ins in school yard, perhaps for the noon hour.  ���During fire drills, act as if there were  a real fire, once you get outside keep  going.  ���If you don't like a text book, lose it."  The Criminal Code of Canada, the Juvenile Delinquency Act, Section 33, states:  "Any person who knowingly or wilfully  (a) aids or abets or connives at the  commission by a child of a delinquency  or  (b) does any act producing, promoting  or contributing to a child's being or becoming a delinquent is guilty of an indictable  offense."  Another extract from the Criminal Code  relating to nuisances, Part IV, says:  "Everyone who publishes a statement, tale  . or ��� news, that .he knows is false and that  causes or is likely to cause injury or mischief to public interest is guilty of an  indictable offense."  Freedom of the Press���what is involved  in freedom? Is it freedom to engage in a  campaign of villification of appointed and  elected authority���Is it freedom to assert  as did the Editor of the Ubyssey in Sept.  29th editorial���"Anyone who doubts the obscenity of this society need only watch its  leaders in action any Tuesday in City Hall's  council chambers. The editors of the  Georgia Straight last month , promised an  investigation of this den of obscenity. We  urge them to push on with it.'" end of  ���: quote.���/-- ������        ������ "--���   A Is it freedom to trespass, on school, prop*  reyt to disseminate vicious ,trash? Is. it  freedom to distribute literature that gives  children a perverted animalistic view of  sex, glorifying hedonism, lesbianism, homosexuality and drug addiction?  I don't know how, you feel,, but speaking  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Novermber 15, 1967  .  as a father of two children,' I don't want  them to.become dirty, foulmouthed, smelly,  spouters of obscenity, living like parasites  off a society they labor to destroy.  These so-called flower children turn  blossoms into stinkweeds. They profess to  make love not war. Their love is perverted  to lust and they war against all that is  decent. A ,      ^"  Our sick society with its crass materialism, social climbing greed and graft, desperately needs reformation and improvement. This paper and its producers serve  only to plunge us deeper towards anarchy!  Yes, I am a Square John. Square means  ���fairly���honestly���can be trusted���thorough  uncompromising���and John. We could. Kbe  called worse, John means 'sent from God.'  I had rather be a Square John than a  dirty rounder.  In supporting the action of His Worship  Mayor Campbell, I would say that freedom  of the Press is endangered by forces that  labor to destroy our freedom and democratic institutions in the name of freedom.  Liberty in our society is defined not in  terms of the absence of responsibility but,  on the contrary, presupposing it���the absence of responsibility is license.  A Unesco committee of experts arrived  at the following working definition of liberty: "By liberty they mean more than  only the absence of restraint. They mean-  also the positive organization of the social  and economic conditions within whicii men  can participate to a maximum as active  members of the community and contribute  to the welfare of the community at the  highest level permitted by the material  development of the society."  The editors of the Georgia Straight and  their distributors have demonstrated the  abuse of freedom, for in a real sense freedom and responsibility are inseparable.  We can have no real freedom without responsibility, just as responsibility needs a  full soil to nourish its fulfillment.  Interwoven through, the cloth of responsible freedom must ever be the truth, for  "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth  shall make you free."  kjEii^w-ij  n  *  %*&���    V  Business district grows  Buildings such as this one now near- premises badly needed.  It. is under-  ing completion in the business section stood Tasella. Shop will occupy the  of Secheit are a credit to the district, larger of the stores but it is not yet  Housing two stores and four living known   what   is   destined   for   the  suites above, first class construction second,  has gone into providing the-type of  VI  WINES  I VILLA I  V  so delightful anytime!  :  7  This advertisement ts not published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government  ,of British Columbia.  >��#*��*���>* ir��vvirw^>vvwvvvvwviriryv����v��<��r����MM��w*wiMif*  A truly distinctive gift ��� .'.  ��� \       ���' ���. A     . .  f}(a* l4 BRITISH COLUMBIA  Classics from Beautiful British Columbia Magazine, together with select original  materials are contained within 100 pages of this superb 9x12 inch volume. This distinctive publication is beautifully lithographed ih full colour and especially written to  tell the dramatic story of our Province. A perfect gift for any occasion.  THE TIMES  1  $1.2S  SECHELT - TIMES BUILDING - 885-9654  GIBSONS - SEASIDE PLAZA - 886-2515  ---��---.------------------------------..---..--���-------���--------.-���-^..-^------.���--- -ir*------r*----n---n-"ir-  Wext time you're In the woods and you see someone  with a spray gun marking certain trees with blue paint,  don't call a forester. A forester planned this and the  man is. just doing his Job: He's marking trees that are  crowding their neighbors. Later, they'll be harvested  by logging crews.  Nature seldom provides the careful spacing young  trees require to grow their biggest and fastest. Over-  crowding'robs some of them of sunlight and soil nutriment. The underprivileged trees become stunted:  many die. Worse, they also prevent their healthy  neighbors from reaching their optimum growth.  So we thin them out when they reach a harvestable  size - say by age thirty or so. And B.C.'s entire forest  economy gains In two ways. First/because we turn into  pulp and other marketable products trees that would  otherwise die. Secondr because vigorous growth of the  remaining well-spaced yduh  larger total yield of quality timber.  Commercial thinning of second growth stands is  one of many things MB is doing to secure more jobs  from the forests of today - and a bigger, better crop  for tomorrow.  That blue paint marks a rosy future for the forests.  Ife WHV*Tife^!��U&'tlWlJ I  I'll!'  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public notice'is hereby given to the electors of Rural Areq "B" of  of School District No. 46 (Secheit) that I require tho presence df the said  electbrs at the School Board Office, Gibsons, on Friday, the 24th day of  November, 1967, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, for tho  purpose of electing persons to represent them as School Trustees, Nominations will close at twelve o'clock noon on Noverpber 24th, 1��67,  ^-�����-:Xhemode;of homlnatl6n*of-candldates"shall*brdsJfollows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified  electors of Rural Area "B" of this School District. Tho nomination  paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between  the date of this notice and noon of tho day of nomination. Tho nomination paper may be In the form prescribed jn the Public Schools Act and  shall state the name-residence and occupation of the person nominated  In such manner as to sufficiently identify such candidate; Tiie nomination paper shall, be.subscrlbed ta^ by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary ��� such poll will be opened at:  Bowen Island Elementary School  Gambler Island Veterans' Hall  Port Mellon Community Hall  Langdale Elementary School  _.; .Schc��1.JJoqrt.jQ.^  Elphinstone Secondary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Selma Park Community Hall  .on the 6th day of Dcdembcr, 196L between Ihe hours of 8:00 a.m. and  8:00 p,m, of which every person is hereby required to lake notice and  govern himself accordingly,  Given under my hand at Gibsons Landing, this 27th Day of  October, 1967.  '.:....< PETER C.WILSON, for the Returning Officer  ���A., . School dlttrlct No, 46 (Secheit). Boh 220, Gibsons, B.C.  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We apologize to JGd Nyfors, a  new member who seems to have been  left out.  Two hundred attend  Arctic slide showing  ALMOST two hundred people were privileged to hear Mr. Ross Gibson recount  some of his experiences in seven years in  the eastern arctic as a. RCMP officer. Mr.  Gibson's slides were selected to show the  vastness of the country, the seasonal contrasts from endless snow vistas to the  brilliant tiny flowers which carpet the  ground in the arctic summer and the daily  life of the Eskimo people with whom hi  worked The commentary revealed a vast  store of knowledge and understanding of  the Eskimo whose traditional ways of life  are gradually changing with the increasing  strategic and economic importance of the  arctic territories.  Mr. Gibson's humorous anecdotes and  descriptions of the rigors of everyday life  of the eskimo brought his listeners an  understanding and admiration for these  people, who, having little; put absolutely  everything to good use, and the fact that  they like their own ways best and resist  advice from outsiders brought them into  sharp focus, because aren't we just the  same, liking our own ways, of doing things  and slow to change?  Before leaving the arctic Mr. and Mrs.  Gibson had acquired scale models of  Eskimo tools', kayaks and komatik and  these were o^pl^'xed/''--afiarW'4i,^��f~pfl.i^?'of  their fabulous collection^w of carvings in  ivory and soapstone. Mr Gibson willingly  donned his summer sealskin outfit of  parka, pants and boots' explaining the  reasons for the loose style and roomy  boots, able to be worn on either foot and  so lasting longer. From the number and  Variety of questions the discussions could  have easily been prolonged into the wee  small hours, indicating a very real interest  in Canada's north land,  Heavy burden  ICiwani President Don Douglas found senting the Gibsons Kinsmen.   Pre-  tie had a very heavy load to bear at sentation materialized after the Kins-  last week's induction meeting during men club heard the Kiwanis were  which he was presented with this minus a gavel,  oversized gavel by Ron Cruise repre-  One teacher to another: "Not only is hc  the worst-behaved child in school, but he  also has" a perfect attendance record."  Significant sigri��� on a fine car: "Thb  status symbol for sale. Owner unfortunately changing statu:,,''  ��)riniifv<-��*i*��*>��*i����w>i��i��wiii��iii������������**^��i*---�� ���*�������*��*��  IN THE absence of president Mrs. D.  Philp, first vice president, Mrs. S.  McDonnell presided at the regular meeting  of the Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital.  As a delegate to the B.G. Hospital Auxiliary's Convention held recently at Penticton, Mrs.' McDonnell gave a most interesting and informative report. Several new  ideas for money raising projects are hoped  to be used at a later date.  Mrs. O. Sladey reported that the Thrift  Shop is making excellent progress; a new  sign will be erected on the building and  two new clothes racks will be purchased.  Reporting from Co-ordinating Council,  Mrs. S. McDonnell told members thatthe  doctors have requested two pieces of equipment for use in the operating room. Sug-  ges%n that,,each ;,of ihe,^.sKA,,aii^aries.  donate approximately $40 'to''coyer ".cost, of  the equipment met with approval of*the ;  Pender Harbour Auxiliary. A  Recently the members attended a farewell luncheon at Ole's Cove for Mrs. D. ���  Harling who with her family is leaving  Pender Harbour to live in North Vancouver. Mrs. Harling has been an active  member in the Auxiliary and several other  groups and will be greatly, missed by the  Auxiliary and the community.  The 30th Anniversary Family Supper  which was held on October 27th was a great  success where friendly fellowship, and  goodwill prevailed. President, Mrs. D.  Philp and vice president, Mrs. VS. McDonell welcomed guests at the door.  The hall was gaily decorted with:;huge;:  varied-coloured paper flowers, made by ;tbe  members. The stage was centred with the y  replica of a birthday cake, on eitherysidej;.  were flowers and arbutus trees bearing' *  coloured nylon pompoms which were later  sold.  Each table^was   centred"^  Chinese lanterns in black containers, carrying out ihe Hallowe'en theme.  Overall effect was most attractive. Mrs.  L. Alexander and Mrs. R. Madison and  their helpers received many compliments  for their artistic ability.  After  supper *"^MrsT"B''.   Warden, rPast  President and a Life Member gave-a short  resume  of  the  Auxiliary's   activities   and *  achievements  since its formation in 1927  and also spoke of plans for the future. She '  then introduced Mrs.  Dan Cameron who  was the first president in 1937 and Mr." J.  Potts, a hospital director of that year,,boai,  of whom still live at Pender Harbour. Also  Mrs. Keith Johnston who was present from  Vancouver and is the widow of the late Dr.  K. Johnston who served at St. Mary's  Hospital, Garden Bay from 1938 to 1941.  The children had fun ducking for apples  and other games, adults enjoyed meeting  old friends and former members, some of  whom came from as far away as Abbots-  ford.  Mrs. T. Duncan made and donated a  cleverly decorated" 30th - Anniversary cake  which was cut and   passed   around   and _  enjoyed by all present. ,    "     '-  A - Pi. number, of letters-were received-from -  _former' members..who jvejrejunable _to_ be_  present.- expressing - good ^-wishes  and- in-  - eluding donations.- -'One from Mrs. M. Love  a former president, and one from Mrs. P.  Stonier - whose." husbandJ was a doctor  at  Pender Harbour, now living in Cleveland,  Ohio.  First prize for the raffle, a blanket was  won by Mrs.  S.   Potts;' second' prize, a  broom decorated in Hallowe'en theme was  won by-Mr. C.,Reid.  Third prize, a wall  * plaqu'e won by Mrs." G. Gooldrup. The door  ���prize, a- set of place mats made and don-  ' ated by Mrs. W. McNaughton was won by  Mr. J. Emily.   Everyone agreed it was a  most enjoyable evening.  Next meeting will be held on December  13th in Madeira Park  Medical Clinic  at  2 p.m. ���  n 7  Bars: Something, which if you go into,  you are apt to come out of sip'ging a few  of, and maybe get tossed behind.  WANT!  South Render Harbour Waterworks District  Requires o male secretary to the Trustees/ Assessor and Col-,  ���lector.- ������ . ..,���   ,.....,.  Part time approximately 18 hours per week..  Sound business experience and  residence within  the district  necessary. "A.,   A  . ,  Applications in writing, giving full particulars to the Trustees  should be addressed to���  TRUSTEES, MADEIRA PARK  1  i\  iujKmmmnjuuv.mmn0W44W^  If Comes t�� Secheit  ttt Ittifde  No person  admitted under  the age of 18  without parent's  consent.; ,;  Your SECHELT THEATRE  l��-.M.-.-WH-imwi^^  y.,4^  xl  *-?? v *** 7  ,y^*y��~s  f;9?s^ftA^Ai  Kiwanis mooting  Induction of five new mernbers into   Governor District 2A Art Fuller and  the    Gibsons 'Kiwanis    Club    last   Lt. Governor"'elect Bruce McDonald  Thursday at the Cedars  Inn  was   greeted by President Don Douglas,  attended by Uiirty-one,jnemb^rs and   centre,  guests.   Notables present were Lt.  4M4  WfiHnliWWiftrtSAtWW*     j iHfcSWwMV^WEWWWsfc^Wl*^^  NORMS  Cartoon Annuals  are in limited supply!  Get yours NOW  $i   (plus tax)  ���  * ���.'���  The Times  Socholt-���885-9654  eu/ellerA  NEW STOCK NOW ARRIVING  lm*Am44A��*AAIl*0.*H.AAfiAJUU4/444J4tl(IIJWU444AI44U44414J404lt  HAPPINESS IS M....  Through thg portals of  this store walk the best dressed  men about town.  Morgan specializes in  at competitive  fashion and quality  prices.  jpowrio Street,.Socholt, B.C.  *& t s^W^4aalWWT'^T**-J'-,'^*-  Phono 885-9420  . ,\..   ^       . *, j. ,������ .^    . >', y\ >':-^S    ;  '���M'  ';'< IM'  May we suggest at this time  Christmas shopping need be  no problem.  We have  a large choice  of gift items-,  j*        jffli4��*_'*-fjHmMiW��*iH*<l J^t*hSn-  Scchclt, B.C.  j������  Ifl  .where ..smart, men _riieef..  Phono 085-9330  ���******J***J****  puwuuuuuuuc  MtmWJtWOUU^^  Fee! f ree" to browse  .^.,mW���mMA^m���mnAmA \ : , ^ ,  V  t  ni.  fill,  ������ ���  ���  a ��  .A.  r '��� '������  ��� . . ��l .  *Y:;,r?iv^ .,,,  :n" ,Sf >..v. *___sv ��...\,->_. ,>..>.. >  V'X'.   ,   ,.  _v:S_:4>. V.*  _^  *-^'^��^vJS*  '; *ui V' y\ .'Ji* *^ *^ y ^'^ '**' ^ *"^''^'^ ^''���**������. *.?**'..* ���** ^ ^ "�� "* * *��� ���^"fc* & k>*v-^*V*<( *I��.*x  T*-^ ���  m^lbifet  P��_e64 The Penir  Secheit Ihwh  ���-by  ' LIONEL McCuaig had a big night Thursday rolling a triple of 855 (360, 288), Roy  Hufton also cracked the 800 rolling 805  .(321).   Hazel Skytte in the LadiesAMatinee  .bowled  700  (252,  293).  LtAGUE SCORES  Sports Club: iPat Porter 665 (310), Chris  " ^Crucil ��35.  Ladies: Mabel McDermid 657 (265),  ' Esther feerry 252, Svlvia Jackson 295. Trudy  ���NoMhrup 295, Lil McCourt 270.  Ladies' Matinee:* Hazel Skytte 700 (252,.  ' 2&Y.  1 ���   i>ender: Dennis Gamble 729.  .Commercial: Lionel McCuaig 855 (360,  288.), ButchVOpo 741 (293), Fern Taylor 264,  i!tick Wisher 292,' Dick Wise 281. Ron Pockrant 281, Red Robinson 275, Arvella Benner  257.  ^ A;Ball ahd Chain:   Roy Hutton 805 (321),  sjean Robinson 250.  SCHOOL   LEAGUES  Senior: Liz Berry 234 (127). Pat John  380 (202).  Bob  Benner 435  (213. 222).  Junior: Brad Allan 431 (205,. 226), Karen  Spencer 245 (13S).  -�������-���    ���.v-Vf-j'N      ��>^_  X   �����.�����*���*-.   ^      _     *v ��� *-  -*�����-*�����  j-2�� iff    ��  f  TEN  PINS  Mixed:   Helen   Sinclair   285   (157),  Raffle 305, Bill McDermid 169.  Bill  "school.  Lately there have been some realty outstanding drawings on the boards in Mr.  "Petfe's" home-room. Students, apparently  have gotten into the mood to4mat;fch our  school's beautiful colbur��selection. One very  enlightening fact alfout Elphie. We feel  that the artists should have some recognition but unfortunately we are fort sure of  all their names. Here are most of them:  Jo-anne Wheeler, Brenda Weinhandl, Pat  Warn, Marg Collins, Clint Booth, John  Barnes, Peter Oarey, Julie Steele, Chiick  Weatherill, Sandra Hansen, Susan Thorold  and Rob Boyes.  Mr. "Pate's" room has really gone  psychedelic! There have been a few  "bum-ifts" lately, in there alsfo.   That is,  Soccer's little Cinderella teai*i who   but big in detemiinatlon are from   Dan. Front: Aivin lawtfs, Levi Point,    X-L^^L * .in+!,se-   Uav6s a v6ry  are learning mis?Mv.fast. having for-   left standing: ten Dan, Harold-liar-   Roy Fratfces, WiUie Dick, Dan! Gon-   am*���m aroma m **e aW-  ry,   Delvis  Hackett,  Sam  Timoffiy,    zales and Jeff Edmunds. Therti 1S  a  tforr*ecti6n to l��t week's  Up the front    teach,e_, ���..        laMwi that had freen^ Uttered by, obviously crowd   6f   faithful   followers   whoJ were  some ui&nown persons.* ftardfy fajr'is it? spurred *<m ISy our cheerleaders/ However  Why not catch those guilty on^s^ punish they seem'ed to be entirely in favour of the  th;em accordingly and so to, sa^eth^ inioioc- teachers.   With a little - more' practice the  etot people the embarassnvent pi trudging teacWs could have given our teams a lot'  over our lawns, picking up bits of 'litter! , moire trouble than they already, had.  .   Thfere was' also a locker clean-Up acCom- >  There h&s been a strict clamping down  patried biy a clean-up'of the home-rooms, on studehts smoking.   As" of this Week, no  The only conclusion to be drawn frtfnvttite f students are allowed to smoke'within view  could be that we ought to have tiie tidiest ��| *he school and no, cigarette packages are  allowed to be seenvin pockets, etc. humour  has it that some parents have been phoned  concerning their young/"adults" smoking.  Shouldn't -eighteen-year-olds be allowed to  smoke vHthdut notes from' their parents?  Residential  Tigers  Annual smorgasbord  occupies  are learning mighty fast, having formed a teaitt' to prpvide a four team  league an Division 6   Small in size  Gene Dick, Brian Pascal and Roly  NOVEMBER meeting of the Secheit Auxiliary to St.  Mary"s Hospital was held  in   St.   Hilda's   Hall   November   9th   with  President Mrs. O. Moscrip in the chair.  Plans for the November 18th Smorgasbord was the main item cm the agenda.  Convenor Mrs. C. McDermid announced  that plans are well underway for another  successful event. Anyone wishing to help  set up for the dinner at 7 p.m. or to help.  with clear-up on Sunday at 11 a.m. should  .'contact Mrs. McDermid.  Mrs. Elsie Johnson reported that raffle  tickets are now on sale at 25 c or three  "for 50c. Tickets will be sold through mem-  ,.y.bers rand, at, the sRedv ancLWhite andyShop,  Easy stores, on December 7, 8 and 9.. The  raffle prizes are: 1st, crocheted cloth; 2nd,  Barbie doll and wardrobe; and 3rd, base-  hall mitt and ball.  Mrs. Moscrip reported that, as in past  years, those members wishing to donate to  'the Pediatric Ward Memorial Fund in lieu  of sending local Christmas cards may do  ^Bo by phoning Mrs. Moscrip at 885-9322.  V Thrift Shop Chairman Mrs. LeOla Hill  Imade a special ^ppeal for toys, puzzles  #nd books for Christmas sale.  7 Mrs. A. Swan reporting from, the Auxiliaries Co-ordinating Council Y^quested thiat  *ihe Secheit branch financially support the  Csther auMharies in the purchase of Operating Ebbih. equipment The meeting agreed  land also made a decision to purchase a  fmedicine wagon for the hospital. ���,  ? Mrs. D. Hayward called for kiutted baby  isets for the Hospital show case.'  |   Following adjournment tea was served  land Smorgasbord tickets went on sale.  The December Installation meeting will  be a' luncheon meeting at the Malawana  bining Room on, December 14 commencing  kt 11:30,' followed by lunch at 1 and the  installation of officers for the new year  jvill be held at 2 p.m. Cost of the luncheon  will be $2.00 per member.  iV*  ffF-AiOr  Tim weather holds  for week-end soccer  WEEKEND soccer got underway on Saturday with Pegasus tackling the Secheit Chiefs in an exhibition game, which  sa,W the Chiefs- going all out after a one-all  tie in the first half to score 3-1 victory.  SUNDAY  RESULTS  ��iv. -7^-Ganfor 2, Cougar 0; Shop Easy  0, Timbermen 2.  Div. 6���Res. Braves 1, Secheit Legion  2; Gibsons Legion 9, Res. Tigers t>.  Div. 4���Res. Totems 2, ;Sechelt Legion  0; Local 297 2, Il/tadeira Park b.  Div. 2���Gibsons United.3, Top Cats 2.  Div. 1���-Royal Oaks 5, Pegasus 2,  statement that Elphie is being v host to a  volleyball tournament On November 25th.  It will now be held in Squamish," that weekend, but we still have hopes of having a  further tournament here. This year there  seems to be a real enthusiasm for olur  volleyball teams. Practices are being held  regularly and basketball is also1 being  organized. Our volleyball coaches^for this  year are: Mr. Yablonski, senior boys; Mr.  Camozzi, senior girls; Mr! tfoxall, junior  boys; Mr. Hjornson, junior girls. Let's  hope our teams will prove to be successful  on the 25th.  On Friday at lunch time, a teachers V.  -M-ta  MHO  Here fo Serve You  Dave Hopkin  ftesicient Underwriter  serving the Sunshihe CoaSt  for - ;     '  ZURICH LIFE OF CANADA  Phone 886-2881   Box 500 Gibsons  Well manned  Pegasus left no opening for-the Ghiefs port-from team matesvin a fast:^game  in Saturday's exhibition game and which provided fine entertainment on  goalie Bob Watson gets lots of sup-    the Indian Village soccer field.  FT  If we have to fight to get on the inpon,  Bob Hope will be there entertaining our  Astrotroops.  The Corporation of the Village of Gibsons Landing  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the Municipality  of The Corporation of the Village of Gjbsons Landing) B.C that 1 require  the'presence of the said electors at the Municipal Hall, 1-490 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C,, on ,  MONDAY, THE 2t7Hj (JAY OF NOVEMBER, \90,  at the hour of ten o'clock in the forefioon, for the purpose of electing  persons to represent them as fpllovvs:  '7   '���.   .','JI ���''     f   ���' \7     ��� ,    ' . ������������ :;���/;    ''���'  ;  '".        ���      '" ' '  '    ''''' , ,' '  '   '   ,  ', '   ',. '  (a) A Chairman of the Village Council for a two' year term ���  ,'    1968 and 1969,  ��� ,'  \(b) Two (2) Commissioners, each for ciitwo year'term -^1968 and'  1969.:.' ������  (c) Qne (1) School Trustee, as Village representative onthe Board  of School District No. 46, for a two year term -���-' 1968 and  1969a1 ���   ������'��� , "   '  i '    ���    ������   ,    ,     ,���'������', ��������������������� ��������� ..�����'.��������������� -��������� ���������������-. ��������� *- ���    ������������ ���  --����� ��� ������  ,      The mode of nomination of candidates shall be os follows:  Hot shot  Hot  Shot  Tony- Paul-5 for  Pegasus finds it hot going and takes his shirt  holds his own against Secheit Chiefs ioff to |>rovevit.  Half time' score" was  in exhibition game played on Satur- one all; Chiefs putting on the pressure  day.   Calvin Craigan* for the Chiefs in;vtibe'',secon^.:h'at�����to.'wi-n  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Village Municipality of  Secheit, that I require the presence of the said electors at the Municipal Hall, Secheit,  on Monday the 27th day of November ) 967, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon,  for the purpose of electing persons to represent them as  CHAIRMAN for a two year term  and TWO COMMISSIONERS for a two year term  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified electors of the  municipality. The nomination-paper shall, be delivered to the Returning Officer at any  -. time between the date of this notice and noon of the day of inotfiihation. The nomination-  poper may be in the form prescribed in the "Municipal Act" and shall state the name,  residence, and occupation of the person nominated in such a manner as to sufficiently  identify such  candidate. >  The nomination-paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened at the Canadian  Legion Hall, Secheit, on thfe ?th day.'of December 1967, between the hours of  8:00 a.m. and'8:00 p.m. of which very person is hereby required to take notice and  govern himself accordingly,  . f\ '. . .     .      .    7 ..  Giyenundermy hand, at Secheit, B.C. this 10th day of November 1967. V  *'',...,.,.,,..,....���,,������, .'..,.,..'���,.. ;..v. ..,,,���_,        .,...W,.,J.., MAYNE,.'. ��� , ���  ",''"'' ' Returning'Officer  CHAIN SAW  '���: CBtfTRE^: l;w    Bok 489 - Secheit  DEALERS FOR:  P,M. Canadjlcn/--lMcCHlloch - Wp'melHc  Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saw*  COMPLET��� STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Part* and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  (��Wt.| W %tH\ Ri��HH*^i^-MiWl-jaiB*l JVj  >W *fi**.Ti (*'*��im��il"*( S-wUt*  fe n��w*^,^.!'^s��^A^��^lfmi��!>i^t��KJSfit(fc ��*iM*t&i��i��* *i��.m!Mi!ift.^t��RWS;!'it*��*Wi *  iMfcr^^^WMlitaWtft^tS^^WW^^      ftoMJ^��^*��MWl>feW���*t*i^**'��f1  itn.,i��i*4^^ *���**-*���(* *1  Candidates shall be nominated Ih wrltincj by two cMy qualified  i telectors of the municipality, "The nominaton-fjoper shall* h6 delivered to  ,' ihe [^turning Officer at any time between DATp OF THIS NOTICE  AND NOON OF THE DAY PF NOMINATION. r  , ,' ,      . * ���   i ^        - i  i      The nomination-paper may bo In Ihe form prescribed' in the  /y\unlclpal Act, and shall state the name, residence, and occupation  i" of \ht person nominated in such,manner as to sufficiently identify such  ,  candidate, The nomination-paper shall be subscribed to by the caridi*-,  ��� P^'}        '''    ���'- '  '  /, ������-   ��� ' '   "''v,  '' i      ,       >       ' ��� 7    .     \ '.,   , ��� , ' '  :...i   '���    " '/,  /, '|n tfie ove*)t of c; poll ^Ing r)^cessary#1 such poll vyjll be opened at  the Municipal Hall on the 9th day of December, 1967, between tho  Hfrtiifls of 6 oi.m, 'and 8 p.m,, and further, that an Advance,Poll/will bo  opened at the said Municipal Hall on Friday the 8ih day orpocembor^  "^'1967; betwe'enlliriiourrof 2^"'^  , ,'^udlfitsd'cicttors)who sign Q'sroticme^t" that they expect to. b&! absent  ���'��� w?m Hi�� Municipality on polling doy, ,  -wa.-^-^very person is hereby required to take notice ond gO^rnhims^l f-  accord.nrjly.   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STEREO-.STC*^6-i5TEREO ~  6 models to choose from  Dealer for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Bolter than City Prices  Phone 886-2280  GIBSONS, B.C,  =S3  MUSHROOMS-AHHBR-BEST^BAKED-INGREAM  A3 wo all know mushrooms aro dollcioua cooked, In many ways but sorrCo  food connoisseurs contend (hot to onjoy tho most' delicious mushrooms thoy should  ho baked In cream, Actually tho amount of croorp used In baking, thorn Is smalt,  but enough to glvo tho mufihrooms Incomparable color, toxturo and flavor,  Tbcre ore lovorol,ways to torvo Mushrodms Baked In >Crcam. flrtt of 6|l  Uioy may bo ilia.vary, '-poclal yegalobjo accompanylna a main dlnnor courso of  o light moat, roast voal or chlckon for oxamplo. Then too they can bo mounted  on toastifona main luncheon dlnh or thoy, can bocomo an Integral part of thra  moat course for dinner when thin sllcos of ham are baked along with tho muah-  rooms, "��� * ' v���, m  MUJHROOMS OAKtD IN dlRAM  )  pound minhrooms lfy  tnaspoon   paprika  }k teaspoon salt> , A  Remove stems frdrr* mushrooms Wash caps and arrange In ono layer, cop  papflkar?biTfTroam"^^^ oyo7'cn<:I*ri)ofio"Tn liot'' oyorT ''oir'if!2'5*'"F  ^6botlinO"*YiTrtCit6CSttWo*^Itirm?<Sl MKKU^f^r^\^^^  MUSHROOMS ANO HAM DAKCD IN CREAM  Uso 6 thin ftllcos of roady-lo-oat or cooked ham with1 I pound of mush-*  rooms, Ploco ham In baking dish (sllcer should fit closely In pan). Cover with  mushrciom cops and fln'Ml an.'Mushroom'* baked In Cream, Increasing baking  time to about  15 minutes. Garnish with lemon slices.  BENNER BROS.  Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  /  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phono 885-2058    -    Scchclt, B.C.  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  1 ' *  Your Kemtone  1 Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  '���was��((S!aftkM***��<**1*",$W J  ivW*W��f^Sfl��U��*St!iiniW��W��i��t^M��aB|  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Whore  Fashidn is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at ,  Helene's  Fashion Shoppe  Glbiom, 8,C,.- fh..886-9.941.  pans-a  bmb  timiaajf  ^ t ^i��awaaaM��^*Mya<��wl a�� ^4ia^^^i#a����*%.*'����aW)a!*.(Wi *m /e,i��^iii,^  Il 4 * I .,.,1.1. I I  a4(^^^at.MM%WM(rt^J*f*K*aaai((*��t.a'9aaw|aa.^��I^.Ma.%*sal ^^..awawa ia^ha.  Hi* *  *|     ���   1 ( ��� ���!     ��� |  "h'if.ar*-*.* * * V  * * *���   * " *  AS LOW A  25c A DAY  WiU COMPI.ETCLY tNSTALI-  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete  with  oil   burner,  ducts  wprk and ofl tank in your homo.  Call   Bud  Kiewitz  your shell   Oil  Distributor.  886-213*1 Gibtom, B.C.  ^���uiki.'.^i.i,i.,i.j,...l..^Mi^asj^-^x:  ^n��s*>Sisi*rfM>Ji^.)e��,iiari  'T  �������.��.����  V ����� >i V '. > * *i ���> ��� i > S,  i * ���    .  *. ). > *�� *��� _j-|*i ,r lm_ ���-�� in it. i ii-fir.*in-Ti-v�����i.-tyi���-m*-~*--r** -|- r|i)-ir<nfil3-�� -i. v'�� VJU-|rHrM*N~''ii''1lTSr  -���-^*��� -;��� - "> y      ���-'   ��� ' "y '''"T,iX7yX~i*'~JA*~X~~1'' '.. '.'' '"������' "*-"������y������^t--    -^-  .      .X, ,..,    _^_���-^ A    ,_��^.  ._  ~//��Jf v, > .* V  ,~   y^-W^ Ai    -,,,, ���$ ,  ,.    ,    , Atj^li^.  l"~AA"   'AA  iy, i,   '  A1      "*     AS ;   AV-A -i-w'Sat'' -r--1    -'-<���-,    y .*���.? i., t-     ^   y - t     i^'j��   ,|  dl knoVn that'owls mate vitr#ouia take many Pygmies "to roakeioi&   uuMMtfMMfflMM&MMMM&'MfM'k  ^earli^t 'of all birds/'it    Western |Hoined,ewl: that jneasures 22-is-   �� aT  '   .        <    "*��� J "'',,; |  Yffl*Mt?.V.    .  IS NOT TOO  f*  WHILE it is well  audi nest the ^<..  seems'unlikely at'first bought that "the f re- ��� eh^'^foin^he^to tail, fey the'sgreat^olly  quent calls fromT*ar and.neay,-that I am of man ab$it��ty -was^v^n tor themjaj  hearing  at nignt-4whek w*e "have barely one tinwf which' may -I* why they/a^e  forgotten summer���can have that all im- scarce toftaVfar, such predators can neyv  portant purpose in -view .especially as the �� er be numerous in anyone area. They were  more usual time is - well after the turn of said to take-h^ns, and,so^ they wiH if the  the year. " " owner is-so careless that he does \46t cloze  Can we please or delude ourselves into UP 1? *^Me/ & was kid that t%  thinking it a favourable sign of t&e mildest would fafl^offr the ^ou^e, *lwas most  winter in history, following this yeW ,of W- *"*%$*?** "�� fa^e^d is *���b :��topt  cord weather? And yet* it fought be thslt the , a* J1���'***6 <*>ver for the mght m the  Saw-whets -aa^-fbe Screech owls are ex- winter Woods. ,_ -  cited over .their vprospects;   food  supply     - For a word in favoiirvOf this great owl,  and reproduction are^closely connected and Be has the'death of inany rats to'Ms ct&-  tfrfere is ptefttv of 'evidence fffat mice "are 'ait. "When rats wkre'our greatest and most  again up o full strength in numbers fol-> cqsfly nuisance, I enlisted the help of the  lowing the two winters of deep snow that owls. Having noticed" that they like a tall  were disastrous  to them���and plenty  of perch  or   station  from   which to   watch    _ _. _ r t  mice means plenty of owls. Also the hunt- for prey, I erected a tall cedar pole with    ^  - _ v -     .'      tLA ' "pjLlju-uia  ing improves as tbe leaves fade and fall a flat top for their convenience  Owls that    S     .   ��eors serving  I Be reninswia ^  fnm the underbrush, giving visibility to homed in our west-woods found it at'once   TO9riri_*_��!ftrt9^^  aid the hunters. So the owls that I listen '-���    *.������������-,������- ,    ��� ���'  '- ������ ' >���������'- ���.���: -  to at night with the same pleasure that I  I  1  HAVE IT CHEmEO;  $5.00 IS ALllvlT MIGHT  PiNINSULA f .V.  ���243��  iff ^  4* a  >'  ~ * t^^y^^'  -   -. -- New-Brownies 1C3^/ (-V v-r^"  */A ��'*'-, *     ^   .  Eleven Browniekins oi the, 1st Sech-�� Wfonday of last week.. Standings De>^V^5^e.^ront:rJanet;,Clajrton;tGh  elt Pack qualified for enrollment- in-' ora*, ^Jestman; Susan -Bilbus; Bever-.   ina 'tJndefhtll; at)6rpthy *ilice ^rid  to the pack''andHhorougKiy*enjoyed "ly-'Jacksdn;* Sattdra !Joe; ^Kattfteefo -bynn Clarke.- ���      ,   * *    ,,  the  enroUment..ceremony, Jyeld-. pa   Rice; LorraineaNestman:and Donn)a   listen to all natural -s6unds may be doing  more than tune up their vocal organs  for future use.  The Saw-whet and -the Screech owl that  are common here can be identified by their  calls but not easily when seen in flight in  the dusk of evening, which is their busy time  along with the morning twilight. It was R.  W Emerson who said that if a man made  a better mousetrap the world would beat  a path to his door and many have tried  to do just that���but nature and necessity  produced the best long ago in these two  small owls Thev are welcome visitors to  any barn or "feed house" and will attend  strictly to business when not disturbed���  nor does a cat asleep on a grain sack cause  bose winged and silent hunters the least  concern.  The Pygmie species is native to our  woods too, it goes abroad in daylight a bit  but is seldom seen���and then with a slight  shock of surprise���so small it is that it  could be hidden in the two hands. Perhaps  it is that lack of size that emboldens it to  come out in daylight, or is ability to elude  capture.  My own closest acquaintances with this  little sprite of the woods was made purely  WE ARE A DATSUN OEALCR  BUT  Wfe STILL SERVICE VOLKSWAGEN  with parts and repairs.  WE HAVE SERVICED  VOLKSWAGENS SINGE 1055.,  BRING IN YOURS TO THE  MAN YOU KNOW.  S0LN1IC SIRV1C��� STATJ^N  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  Sunshine Coost Highway Phone 886-9662  ,   .-*, *"���!-*���  SPEED QUEEN  UNDOUBTEDLY THE FINEST MADE!  New Colours  Colour Party of the 1st Wilson Creek  Company, proudly paraded the new  made on November 6th. From left:  Ona Burnett; 1st Lt. Mrs Lola Caldwell; Cathy De Kleer; Nancy Stroshein; District Cornmissloner, Mrs.  Harriet Newton; Kathy Stewart; Heather Harrison and Susanne Jorgen-  sen. In front are the first two guides  to be enrolled into the nqwly fortned  company; Yvonne Louis and Karen  Spencer. ^^  Health Tips  Canadian Medical Aisoc.  CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE  Coronary artery disease Is hardeqipg of  the nrtericb which supply the muscles of  the heart nnt, hence ambnR the most im*  portant arteries in the body, Many sug-t  gestlons hnvo'bepn made to prevent lt, but  none Is foolproof, says The Canadian Mcdl*  cal Association.  We have known for a long time that  corohary artery disease is more common  in'ptfoplc who arc very much ovorwelghi  ���obese. As a result there has been great  interest In the matter of diet; whether the  entlhfc -ot certain foods might cause and  aKgrnvnte coronary dlsoas'e, nnd whether as  it appears, a'hlfih fat di<H makes a person  more likely to become �� victim.  During the past 10 years there has been  more medical Interest about factors which  have nothing to do with diet. Kxtenslvo  studies on the smoking of cigarettes seem  to Indicate thnt "tho habit" is n very  Important factor. Tho person who hns had  coronnryw(ihen.io^cnn jri'ducw .*bo__rlsk^of  further trouble by stopping amoKini-t.  The CM,A. reports thnt Hliullei nro  boln�� made of lho rolntlonshlp between  exorcise, or the lack of it, and corohnry  artery disease. It Is believed that peoplo  who tako regular exorcise, or through thejr  Jobs keep phyNlcnlly fit, nre loss likely to  hnvo coronary artery dlsen-jo. U Is nlso  felt thnt n person who rjns hnd n coronary  attack"riYlHhflw less likely lo have further  trouble If ho, participates In n'; cnrefully  plnnned program of exorcise,  , ( prosenfatton  Pride,In the Guiding Movement was* ivtrs. Marion Cook;  Brownies, Lori  ovi(Jont  as   BVownftis,   Guides  and Ifydwny and Darcy Stephanson; 1st  Members of tho LA represpnted tho Lt. Lola Caldwell; Susan Gibson of  different groups  in  presenting  the tho 1st Secholt Co.;  Brownies, Kel-  now colours to tho no^ly fofoncd 1st ly Allan and Su^nnno Sandford and  Wilson Creek Company. From }dt\\ Mrs. Shirley Fenrnloy.  �� ���iilHlMlM"*'*���* ����<Ma��^s 1<  flJBWt'W     *J"��M  *t (*9W��i *��� * jW> b m��j  ��  Gitl Guide group  il-.W^ii-^ipi.,**  Presentation Oi colours  marks momentous occasion  NOTICE  ���WWOIMM  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Wlll be In Socholt  Monday, Nov. 20Hi  For on appointment for  eye examination phono  w-,  'p^tSSRNTATlON of colours to t>\o 1st Wilson Creek Company, which took pli\co  on Monday of Inst week, was qidton mo-  monfcou's occasion for guiding in tho Secholt Pistrlct which now hns two yory  nctlvo Girl Ouldo Companies.  Atlohdl..f, the ceremony which wa�� hold  In tho Residential School gymnnslum, were  TJiWMieininhinatTftid^n'd^sofliioirfflBksp  1st, Wilson" Creok pack, 1st Socholt Ouldo'  Company, loaders  and  members  of  tho  Secheit qlrl Ouldo Association,  Looking verysmrirt In tholr uniforms,  -<!��Mie*~***^*h^^ -  .stood, In Jwrsoshoo, formation. for��Ujo, presentation, Drownlen of the 1st Wllaor\ Crook  Pack, Kelly Allan and Dnrcy Stephanson  presented,tho flag carriers. Suonnm. Sftnd*  ford nnd l<orl, Koclwny, Brownies of tho  1st Hochelt Pack presented tho flag polos.  Susftn Gibson rcpresontlng tho 1st Secheit  Guide Company proudly presented the fla#  of Cnnndn. Representing the Secheit' Gwldo  Association T.A, Mrs. It. Fenrnley hnd  Mm, M, Cook mnde. Ihe flunl presentation t  J;. ,. I ^i ,.. i  i ���. !���  of the Compnny King,  It wns a very proud moment-for the  Compnny when tho' colours'woro pnrnded  for tho first timo befok-o District Commis*  sloner Mrs. Harriet Newton, Captain Mrs.  GrnCo Uonln nnd 1st Lloutorinnt Mrs. Lola  Cnldwoll, while tho mtldes stood sinnrtly  to "attention,,1 saluting their new colours;  Efficiency of the , guide's won congrnl*  iilatlons-from-tho-Plstrtcl-'Commlsslonor-  who nlso enrolled tho first guides Into tho  .Compnhy-;. Yvonne Louts' and Karon Spencer. Swiinmor budges were presented to  Cathy Do Kleer, Ona Rnrnett nnd Nancy  Stroshein and, first year badges ..were..received by Laurie Allan nnd Susan .lorgen*  Bon, '  Cnptnln Mrs, Bonln expressed the hope  that tho colours would nlwnys fly proudly  nnd reminded the guides thAt 'tho Wuo and  gold colours of guiding fly nil over the  world,  Flotation Rinso Lint Romovo ,  Durlno foltatlon rinso, at tho proper  timo In tho wash cycle ond during tho  final power rinse, tho tub overflows,  carrying lint and heavy soil ovor tho  top of tho tub Ond down tho drain.  A'%4  Fluid Drive.  Exclusive with i Speed Queen. Eliminates starting shock on mechanism.  Smooth pick-up with no wear. Cower  cost of malntenar-ce.  2 Year Parts and Labour  Guarantee  Nickel  Stainleu  Steel   Tub  with  a  -'MferiHtrW��rran?|-.-"  Tho best quality washer tub found  anywhere, Rustproof, corrosion-proof  ond chip-proof. Hlohly polished,  smooth surfoco. Aluminum agitator.  THESE PICTURES SHOW WHY SPIED  QUEEN IS SO'"'DmNBABW"  At-Q-MoHo 210 TroiumlMloiti with  10-yeor Wanranty,  All oeors machine cut from hloh  grodo steel Transmission , opplte* ��t  2)0 dpgrco stroke to the aoltatpr that  " moves more clothes throuoh tho water  and more water, tbrouah the clothes,  Washes are clean.   ,  WASHER HAS;  ��� % Speed* ��� Bris|i Gentle  ��� 3 Cycle* .���, Normal, Durable Press Soak  ��� Full Flexibility For All Fabric Washing  DRYER HAS:  * Timo and Automatic Cycle*  _, *, 3 Heot��.Soloctlon ��.��^,���.M_^.�����>,  .,   ��� In-A-Door, Lint Trop.��,   _ .  WASHER-   $399.95  Otlt��r Wafers Front $%7&  It lakos some poodle nn hour to, get  to work, nftor thoy get there.  ...... ....... , ,    ���      i    . '.    i   i ���  i,   '    ' ,,,'.,  I     COWRIE STREET. SECHELT, B.C.    iWiiWlMIIHlJlM-IHUUIIli.lt   lll'l II I... im il .IIII.I.I.I.II.IIIU'Jlllll.l!I.Niyimi".l[. .Mil II iiniil  /   /  T  PHONE 805-2171    I  ,tmm ��� "ii11 ��"��*4'  i  '   A  1    1  lp.M   , ,T,fr ��y,^   fd^K. fe>  | ,   *    **     \  .pA  I'll h'a  7,1,.  U  <in''"-t��h  "* *' ��� ���>S;.--s.(;-m,* V.-*>- y.T-  ,;-.; , ;>���-:.  . 4_i *iS'-fii*.-\;.r,*Sf-.t-.*a.-s��,,*S!-lVic*f  t^.> ;:r  -������(*;��wvW  'k*^J^rfiatfV J��CthiV. ^  >. - -J. ��,�� ���.���j-^t -.-��� v.  ������ ,"^; V,-.-^-.*^--"S*'������*���  ���-.-  '^   <    it.  .  ���i-.W'-y'V"'!*-"'*   ��   v ���*�� n-  w <v  *-f �����   ST**-��i   v -.srfj -_ ��_.  '  .'a.,     A a-     *> Lal-i-,-.   UK*,  ���>**-'     ~ V-V!-tV    1 a   : 1������^-^..^ a... b. ���ww^3_pr>  ' v'^; 'V  li-ifn. v_irii'^-i*,.  . |     A  **:�� ,      ,  i  "-^ArA"   "    ���    Poge B-4 The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, Nove'rmber 15, 1967  Around Gibsons  A.J.C.'s QUEST to find a home for the cat  mentioned in his column, "Cats Unlimited," brought many phone calls, including one from Mrs. Earl J. Minahan,  whose daughter while moving from Roberts-  Creek lo t8e Interior sia\ months ago, lost  the cat in Gibsons.  The loss was advertised but with the  passing' of lime, given up as lost. Upon '  -reading A.J.Cs description, Mrs. Minahan  went, armed with ���photo to prove ownership  and was delighted to find the long lost- pet.  Pussy'seemed to remember and an affectionate'reunion took place.  Other phone calls to relatives of A.J.C.  resulted in two kind persons giving homes  to two other cats.   So the story had a very  happy ending.  >   *   *  Miss Mary Johnston from Vancouver,  spent a week as guest of her aunt, Miss  Chaddie   Bremner.   recently.  ' ,.    ;  ��� *     *     *  St. Mary's Catholic Parish wishes to  thank all these who helped in anyway and  all who attended the Harvest Dinner which  was held in the Legion Hall. 6 p.m. Sunday,  November 5th. There was a larger crowd  than had been anticipated.  - *    s  V Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Cartwright of  'Granthams observed their wedding anniversary on November 4th.  - *   *  Mr..and Mrs..Charles Strom Jr. recently  had an enjoyable vacation when they flew  to   Nevada   and   also   visited   with . Mr.  Strom's uncle in San Francisco, California.  *   *   *  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas  recently was the latter's cousin, Mrs. Doris  Hart from Kent, England, /  Delayed action: A girl who is quiet and  feminine before marriage.  Youthful   figure:    Something    you    get  when you ask a woman her age..  Hospital Highlight:  ON SATURDAY, November 11 our Basketball teams played Brooks.   Scores  will  he recorded next issue.  Next Friday will be Sadie Hawkins Day  and also Slave Day. Bidding will be held  on Thursday and the next day the slaves  have to carry their master's books and  obey him.  Mr. B. C. McKenzie, Counsellor for  School District 46, was born in Hodson,  Nova Scotia and attended Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, He majored  in History and Psychology at the B.A.  leveL After receiving his B.A. and his  B.Ed, he did post graduate work at Ottawa  University. In 1956 Mr. McKenzie received  his Master's Degree in Social Work at  UBC.  Mr. McKenzie has worked as a psychiatric social worker at the Burnaby Mental  Health Clinic, as a Medical Social Worker  at the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism  Society, and worked with emotionally disturbed children at the Children's Foundation in Vancouver. He has been District  Counsellor for the Kamloops School Board.  Mr. McKenzie's work at Pender entails  consultive help to teachers and principals  and the counselling of students. He��prefers  group counselling of students and their  families or with student groups to individual  counselling. He helps students recognize  their problem and ^solve it themselves instead of having him provide all the  answers.  In the absence of Mr. Dunlop I have  been asked to cover Egmont events.  On November 4th a very successful  Bazaar was held at the Egmont Community Club. That evening a dance was held  in the hall. Music was provided by a band  led by Alan Moburg, son of Jerry Moburg,  a well known fisherman in our 'area.  - Seventy-one percent of the persons who  read a newspaper read it page by page;  twenty-seven percent read by scanning.  It's bad enough to be a quitter. But it's  worse to finish something you never should  have started.'  Four high divers  These four construction workers returning from a weekend in Vancouver  escaped death last Sunday night  when the late model car they were on  plunged 120 foot down the bank near  the Selma Park store while returning  to Powell River. Driver, Light Welter  Weight boxing champion James Mc-  Gowan was taken to St. Mary's  Hospital for examination. His companions, gathered around the demolished auto, are: Roy Fraser, Walter  Procyk, Vern Loiselle and Ron Mc-  Keown. RCMP report charges are  under consideration.  THE TIMES  SALES - REPAIRS - SERVICE  TYPEWRITERS  Secheit ��� 885-9654  <    i  Substantial grants . . .  Reserve Improvement Program  aimed at upgrading reserves  INDIAN AFFAIRS Minister Arthur Laing  announced today a new program to improve the quality of houses being built on  Indian Reserves. The Minister said, "Arrangements have been made with Central*  Mortgage and Housing Corporation to  provide extra housing funds for loans to  .employed Indians who live in reserve communities."  Under the existing $112,000,000 Reserve  Improvement Program the Department  ' may make a grant, according to the applicant's income, to a maximum of $7,000-for  a house. Any additional cost must be paid  by the family or the band. The new plan  will - enable the Indian family to borrow  additional funds and to build larger or  better quality houses.  Up until now Indians could only get  . CMHC supplemental financing for houses  on reserve communities when ihe loans  were backed by the band funds. Under the  new plan* .the Department of Indian Affairs  will guarantee the loans and Indians who  are members of bands with limited funds  ��� will now be able to take advantage of the  program.  The Minister said that both the  Department and CMHC had been concerned  ' about the problem of financing better  quality reserve hqusing. "This new program will go a long way to enabling employed Indians .to live in the Reserve Communities where they can be of great help  ( to'their fellow, band members," Mr. Laing  ' said.  A number of applications have already  been made for assistance and the Minister  said he hopes that the first loan will be  processed and approved in a few days'  time; Each Indian who takes advantage of  th^program must be recommended by his  BandCouncil and in cases of default, the  property reverts to the Council.  A boxer Was knocked flat in the first  round of his bout. The referee began to  count over the prone figure. The kayoed  fighter seemed perfectly okay, but made  no move to get to his feet. As the count  approached the fateful ten, he rolled over  and spoke: "Mr. Referee, you are very  fair, but I just want to make one thing  clear, I am through for the night."  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD  Secheit 885-2214  Toll Free from Vancouver 685*4922  Secheit 4 Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  (Boyshore Inn)  !  tivi  *. ����� "a, ��� ���*��.. 3%_,  -   * <V,J**  .* - a * "X~  ��3  al-Xi-  &  A- **��� J*f  <��.M  >*���  Mi  ���W *-**J  L 4*��A*��    .M  ^  ���_/���" V:*\ * *'*   ��� ���  :��*"VV .��;*'���* v*rJ-  * i *'A\- -"���^������',   '/���*-*"  ���A *,*^'V*..   r-A.  i-ifl  T#i  m  ^63r J  ^<"UJ\  ^rfw  ^~V^'*��J  , I  >*ai**aaH aaaaatfH***!*" aa .taaawia^iii  ^nfiyArMimiA^i-  , If I I  "V  r  *l ���***���'., ������  ���a,.-'**. *TpiK-  'f* ��*. .*., �� ��   '-**i  l       ���     4   .    .a.      I^^t^J  ���.:"������,"������!!?   ���> ��l  ; :.     }lr>     ,   fl  'l.'-'-ii *������'-if4*M  ���2/  IL  Our  Family  popular monthly  Allowance Draw  gives ydu a better chance to  We give 3 prizes each month  One $30 and Two $10  (Now  win  in  Draws  "���i'twV  ���\y  Winners announced monthly.  rrr-ftf*-  te'J"--'.-*.  = 4 ���4-%.:?k  .   ***a Jih*.1.- 9" a.  *_*^_r~_��\i  Xf*G*jir,   I  ".aiV  ^  "^(jr  .0r,t  40 *��1  : <5^& 1  __iii aFi "���''" ' ~i  >, j ^ t.'  :Vf:  w  WINTER  HAS ARRIVED!  Step out in winter in  i  the right Footwear.  ."fJ-.i  Wi  ���pi  !ij>  .Ol  '���ffftv,]  OUR SUPPLIES OF  TOP"QUALITY*FOOTWEAR"  ARE AyAILABLE AND  WE ALSO HAVE A FULL  SELECTION OF SLIPPERS  FOR CHRISTMAS  GIVING  AT  "    DON'S SHOES LTD.  A<.  CHRISTMAS APPROACHES  USE OUR  LAYAWAY  PLAN  Christmas  Gift  Wrap  Beautiful  Selection  Greeting  Cards  Largest  Selection  of  -Variety  Supplies  on the ,  Peninsula  i  AT  A^'f^nWfl^WSS&^fl^SiS^lMW  ���" JACKETS  '��� i-SSS-^ ��-  ��J!��SiNiM0!*K'��!**-l*'fi*' i'v'* ��**��� Haf 4 KtllWlM*��i'��*W���.',  Pm  y^9h  DOUGLAS  VARIETY & PAINTS  y^j'tut "e">  r��u  ���fek  *A>,  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  '"^  Motors  ..,, .,.,  , ...... y,.... ..... .,.,,.. i ..  . Phono 886-9962  The Service Station  with everything for  the Motorist  iff  ELECTRIC LTD,  r  Phone  886*9689  . _.  i,.  SIWVAUJ  f    > '  Buy Better  S���$ve More  Phono 886-2424  WtBW*1s��H��M��0|^"��->  Kruje Drugs Ud.  Phono 886-2726  On tho Siinnycrcat  Plaxa for your  Shopping Plcaimro  .P     VgHiAAr:  Month's  ^WINNERS  Mrs. L. Ingles $3C  Mrs. R. Marsh J$1C  Mrs. Blanche Baber $ 10  THIS MONTH  IT COULD BE  YOU 1  CASH YOUft FAMILY  ALLOWANCE CHEQUE  AT ANY SUNNYCREST  STORES AND A FREE  ENTRY GOES INTO  THE DRUM FOR OUR  MONTHLY $50 DRAW  One $30 and Two $10  'Winners;'"  Don's Shoe Store  i W-WaW*iiS��iMw��M  A- Complete -"Line~  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  Phono 886-2624  Todd's Drygoods  Children and   '  Infants Wear  Ladles' Sports  Phono 886-9994  WG7WMM  Variety and  Paints  "Anything You  Want We Have"  Phono 886-2615  Limited  Real Estate  and Insurance  Phono 886-2481  ���t -*f^*l|**B^����iS^4*.,fsW!^14^i'^')!B^41i*Jil>iv��'in^  * .1.,  i..L.fJ&A...i..M , t, i*rt/I^JH*rt��W"- '.,      i.-n.J   ���*!    i  *������*$**  *   *  #   *   \  ��  ���   ���  *   *  I    11  �� I I * ** * ��

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