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The Peninsula Times Dec 6, 1967

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V     ',  I These figures were given by principals  W. S. Potter and JO. 4N. Skelton- at last  week's education meeting which t brought  together over 100 parents, teachers, trustees and students io discuss possible causes  of the dropout aproblemr  - Leader of the 'free-wtfeeling-'' discussion was Adult Education Director" and  part-tUne teacher; Frank ^Fuller. Panel  members were: student Ted Winegarden;  superintendent Gordon Johnson; principals  W. S. -Potter and D.' N. Skelton; and Mr.  M. Blaney. J , l'  Considering five basic questions, discussion groups produced the'following criticisms and suggestions:-*  REJECT SYSTEM  tins,year's .grade '12 class- the majority  rwere poor "achievers. -There-are less students, dropping out with the introduction of  the vocational program. r    *    .   ^  < ' I   '  < Mr. Blaney felt that teachers cannot1 be  blamed so much as society which creates  art atmosphere'not" conducive to' learning  and b&cause of this .the educational system  needs changing. ��� ,  -      ,  ..   >" ���   '  - .Superintendent Gordon Johnson welcomed the students participation and* felt  their comments were well worth listening  to. "te, teachers, we miss all kinds of  opportunity to help-children grow up and,  discipline themselves/' said- the super-,  interident.who also advocated that children  from 'five., years on, should be taught' to  exercise 'self discipline.' When there has  been a history of failure, it is difficult for  the" teacher to do anything. , ' >'  - There is some validity for the criticism  of teachers and lack of success is often  dufe.t&.'the teacher's inability fcr -motivate  students. There will never be enough high  Inadequate counselling requiring better   Quality  teachers just'as; there  are not  ineoiiinor    *nA   ���a��.-.w....-���+i_:_    t.-.      enoueh hieh aualitv. nebnle in anv orofes*  counselling and communication between  home and school to ensure that students  are taking, the courses they really want -  Many problems begin in" .elementary  school where, because of competition and  other factors, a student loses self confidence and rejects the teacher and learning.  Calling1*- for more attention being paid to  enough high quality* people in any profession. ' There is a need for imaginative;" resourceful and daring teachers, s^id Mr,  Johnson. <\  COMMUNITY COUNCIL  - Tbe  most concrete  suggestion  arising  from the discussion was- the need for a  Two weeks Jail fetlh  for impaired driver  FRANKLIN Fred .Kingston oV Halfmoon  Bay was sentenced to two weefejailjn  Secheit Magistrates Court, last" week when  he appeared before Magistrate \ Charles  Mitfelsdeadt charged with impaired driving,  -Kingston, already under suspension from  a previous offence was also JShed,, $25 for  driving r while his right to drive was under  suspension. A further six month suspension  was added to bis driving jpxiyilege.     '  , .Keith Deval of SeehelC also charged  with impaired driving was fined $200 and  his. driving licence suspended' for- -three  months. - ���   * >* ,  Robert Gordon McLean l<k Gibsons was  fined $75 for driving without due care and  -attention resulting from' ari^accident*November 9th in which his auto wents out of  control at the cemetery'corHer."A'passen-  ger with % hiipC leceived - injuries "and-' was  taken to ho$pxtaX~"- -     ��� r'' - - - -A' - v -  Alex Skytte,"1 aged" 19 of Roberts Creefc7  was fined $50 for being a minor on licensed,  premises.  wi  a\  the qualifications of elementary teachers  and smaller classes.  .v        ,.*.���_* . .        sunshine Coast, observed "the superintend-   Education: Meeting/ over.100 parents,^ ;i)ut now .parents .are taking advant-   3QQ attend funeral.  ent~who C6mmented~thatif the problem students; teachers land trustees, ponf age of the, opportunity to discuss oi��'.OF the^ best known Indians in" the  should happen to be th? smoking of mart- der over the reasons, "Why Children *. educational, problems and with a 25 rcommunitiy -and Chief of* the "Sefchelt  juana, something should be done now, not   Fail at School". ^WJheh the;eduication,^ percent student dropout at Elphin-   baHcl for" some -years passed away last  meetings, recommended by Trustee ^stone, last week's topic'aroused the- .Thursday, November 30th, at'st/ Paul's  ^^���^ tx-xI���   1���i._.j _���-...j���a\ ' l���l i_i j. '-    .      Hogpital, Vancouver.  , J5fty*five years of age on December 1st,  ANTIQUATED METHODS  Teaching methods were bad 20 years'  ago and bad today, more equipment and  visual aids needed. .Quality teaching'is  needed .to overcome^ <lass boredom. Also  contributing to students becoming bored  are oversized classes with, random distribution of student abilities.  In reply to the question, Is learning  taking place in the classroom? One group  commented that it is impossible to tell  because there is no way of figuring out  marks given on report cards. It was also  stated'that students are encountering a flat  refusal by some teachers, to answer questions.  PANEL COMMENTS  In reply to the fair amount of criticism  of  teachers   and  teaching   methods,   Mr.  just;talk* about it.  Reasons' for student failure are ��� very  complex and tiie biggest factor is reasons  beyond, the control of teachers and schooL  Mr. Don Skelton, principal of Pender  Harbour Secondary School, said that a  community council had been formed in that  area, following a recent PTA meeting.  - Special Counsellor Bud' MacKenzie recommended strong parent involvement to  act as a watchdog to see that the council  operates effectively.  Following the meeting, twenty-seven  persons, including students offered to form  a committee to further investigate the cause  of student failure and discover what the  community can do to help those who prematurely drop out of secondary school.  At Secheit ���  �����  CSiDnibei: of Commerce names  ^^ i   Erich Hensch '68 President  , ������ *  AI/THOUGH not strictly > on the evening's To date Secheit Council has not been ap-  agenda, Secheit Chamber of Commerce prpached. It was also suggested and moved  members elected a new president, vice- that, a; similar request be made to the  president ana ?��fceputiv*> jttJhe^asti^ula?^ ^ooal^Bqardv  meeting last Wednesday, November 29tiil '      --* '���        ^"  Celia Fisher, werev started two years f, greatest interest.  Juvenile discipline . . ��V   * ...  Educational discussion  reveals students beefs  *���->���." ��  MORE than one hundred persons attended ' that young adults should be treated as such,  the School'Board's November Education !Ehe need for good pupil-teacher relation-  Meeting, by far the greatest attendance yet- ship was mentioned bjr one adult group wha  and indicating the deep concern over the , wondered if the age span in the high'school  topic, "Why Children Fail at School."    ^ is too great.  It was also pointed out that  Most -igracant wa* to If* p^ceatage    ��^tT_��'ffiS?SJ?,S  moderator Frank Fuller, held the floor for j* VICE-PRINCIPAL COMMENTS ���  some time in a dialogue with parents and "**     Mr. C. B. Portman who became vice-  teachers, mostly concerned with discipline: 7- principal of Elphinstone Secondary School,  ~ .this term, commented that most disciplin*  DISCIPLINE - "ary problems have' their nucleus in the  The assembly was split into discussion ^home.   Educators have to find ways ,to  Alfred August was respected by Indians  and'non-Indians'the length of the ��� Peninsula.. He suffered a heart attack .a,. few  years ago" and had been in indifferent  health ever since. As a result of this condition he was forced to -give up his 'position  asvChief of the band.  Buried in.Secheit on Monday, an unusually large-attendance numbered a little  more than .three hundred and included  residents a ferai both the Indian and  Secheit village. Service" "was from Our  Lady .of Lourdes Church at 10 a.m. Celebrant was Fattier D. D:, McDonald O.M.I.  but for the : first time in Secheit, three  priests offered, Mass at the same altar,  Fattier P. Kenney, Pastor of���the_Holy  Family Church and Father* M. Power,  Principal of Secheit Residential School.  Following -the Libera - Service, the procession led by five altar boys and. three  celebrants proceeded to tiie place of burial,  the Secheit Indian Cemetery.  Considered 'one- of the biggest funerals  seen  in" Secheit,   mourners   came- from  ^%t��^j0.-p,*i  ab i-f'tJUlJbii i*ufi)*Hn��a����!rt*s*6i��WiH't  Ull  h'rf'  I*  .ill/A l;  > Vh,>  'Meeting in theSechelt Theatre, President John Hayes explained .that while he had  a list of members vfho had indicated agreement'to accept office, Ke had" been unable  to rfnd anyone to stand for chajr. Canon  Minto Swan, vice Chairman had declined,  explaining that during tiie next twenty-four  months, he will be spending twenty-two  away from the district.  Nominations were then called from the  floor which resulted in Erich Hensch accepting nomination as President and Alex  Gilmore Vice-President. Executive includes: Al Campbell, Joe Benner, Doug  Wheeler, Bill Parsons*-Morgan Thompson,  Mick McKay, , Jiml, Janiewick,,.... Earnie  Booth and Canon Minto Swan,  .Long timo Chamber member Joe Benner expressed disgust that so few members  take the trouble to turn up at meetings,  "I have two new members coming into  tho| Chamber but I fail to see how wo can  expect them to come along when older  members do not bother. Wo have members  who aro not seen from one year to'  other," ho said.  The Chairman said he understood  quest by tho Chamber for a light  end of the now breakwater has been  plied with and tho light is now In use.  Release  from   Department   of  Transport  advises: "A lighted beacon has been established on the end of the rock breakwater  al  Selma   Park,  position  40��   27"   56.5N  123�� 44! ,39W. The structure Is a concrcto  base with \vhUc miast arid a red flashing  light, characteristic  .5, seconds flash, 5.5  seconds eclipse exhibited at a'height oC  20 ft, above high water.       , ���  Alex Gllmoro reported that tho Tourism  committee has held ond meeting and another, is plqnncd shortly. Consideration has  boon given a colofc brochure but this 'has  to be considered further before any recom*  mondatlon8i^aro��."nfiado.��**.Tho��. tourist + Jrooth  in the Arts- Centre proved of value d����rlpg  summer months but some thought Is being  given ncqutnltlon of a nmall; building nvnil  able to Uio Chamber at a low cost,,  Mr, Hayes also reported that together  with Doug ^heeler, jvOifcd, ,met Mf. Undgr-  wood   of  tho  Department  of  Highways  It was reported that work is to com-  mehcfe shortly* on extension of the Secheit  Post Office. Contract has apparently been  let and extension will be at the rear of the  building.  Weatherman reports  November mild month  GIBSONS area experienced a mild November according to the records of Mr.  Dick Kennett. Mean temperature of the  month was 42 degrees with a high of 54  on the 15th of November and a low of 27  :6h :November"'26Uiy:;'"v:':V"'' A'"'   ������'���"������'"���'  The first snow fell on Mount Elphinstone November 28th. Usually this occurs  around October 23rd and the first, killing  frost arrived on "the third of the month.  Precipitation was 6.16 Inches.   .  number_a��,failures -and-dropouts?"  , One 'gro-up jnaintained that there, has  been a'change in students, many of whom  from grade 10 level and up, have had the  opportunity to work and accept responsibility;, they have accepted the responsibility  to continue their education and do not need  persuasion. One student stated that right  now they are being led by the hand and  the discipline in force at Elphinstone Sec-  onary is at the Junior Secondary level.  While one student maintained that increased discipline will lead to further dropouts,  another commented that he left school because of insufficient discipline which is  needed but should be1 the right kind.  Much of the discussion was centred  around the "no smoking" rule, students  complained that seniors,are not allowed to  smoke or even ��� carry cigarettes because  of, influencing the, juniors but the teachers  themselves smoke in school. One teacher's  comment being that, senior students may  be young" men and women but they are  still students;  while a parent maintained  noon hour activities. Stodents hang^aroimd  the' stores, noon-hour, making a nuisance of  themselves which leads to complaints from  the merchants and further restrictions on  the students.  Educators are between two pressures,  one from the students saying, "give us  what we want," and from the trustees saying, "give them discipline."  Mr! Portman's solution is to provide  more space and facilities.  PRINCIPAL EXPLAINS  Mr. W. S. Potter, Principal of Elphinstone Secondary School, explained the purpose of discipline in school, which is designed td develop and maintain a good  learning situation in a crowded,; closed in  community of 570 students, who must  somehow work -together to accomplish  what society expects of the school. ���  If the learning situation is being hindered in any way, then this should be made  known to the administrators.  SedieltV.also Mr. BUI Mitchell from Sliam-  mon, cousin of Mrs, August: -    "  Father' M. JJower, O.M.I., gave_the_  eulogy Ito this'fine man whose life terminated all too soon but whose_ memory will  be held, in high esteem forever.  Twenty year old Randy Boyesj: ot Gibsons was fined $50 for driving iwithont. due  care and attention following an accident at  Dogwood and Glassford Road. - Two* clars  involved sustained damage to the extent  of $2,400. . -   A  Secheit not J��flui9A  $2 million indicates  DESCRIBED ,in   certaia"<iuajrters ,afe- a  faffing community, a n^ejntber of-the ~  Secheit Chamber of ^Commerce, has "taken  the trouble tb list'the following construction  projects carried out during the past-four  years amounting to more than ,$2 mSHion  in Secheit.     -   - ���  '   ' -- \      >  E &'M 1&rCrciei^"sl^,"Benner^Brc^  (doubled) Hospital, Secheit Marine Building, Fisher" Apartments, Secneft-' Motor  Transport Garage, Lang Block,' Bank of  Montreal., (doubled), Parker's - Hardware  (doiibled), Government liquor Storer Village "Office, Park Building, Medical Clinic,  Medical Clinic Extension, Richter (Block,  \93gard Block, Crucil-Block, "Cozy Court  Motel, (doubled), Centennial Library, Copping Motors, Secheit Breakwater af Selma  Park, business complex at Davis, Ba*y together with motels and motel,expansion at  WUspn CreefeiMissiqn Point area;AOJnu-tQp  .* x^_ t- xT.. *--- *.��:__ a nunjiDer of jirivate  - under constniction��  x'  ��� --^pAl  t        xixaA^-,  BeaL^estatgr agents report a marked *  !*^??^;^i^?ss��hB9^^  and feel the coming summer. wiUAsee;an  accelerated ' interest Injithe idistf5&t*iirIh  some quarters at Vs felt the stringentxegul-  ationsa.now be^og enforced in the oritside  areas but not in, force within" the .village,  could very well lead to a decided increase  in building in Secheit.  i  i  S  I  }  i  !*W  t  'f  1--  By Doug Wheeler'.'.  I";  Ail i.'.  \i  ' i.IV  _,,    ���                                                         Threo Dwarfs  Some work is scheduled' for tho area nnd   tWo was plenty of mirth at St. Art Redman,/Mr, and Mrs. Stan  .. ._..__       ,_        t_..���_..������....     -jfUda'?   ArC.W;  Fwn   Night   When Bryant* Mr, and Mrs, Davo Hayward  those three Httlo dwarfs and their ��� and Mrs, Mario Firth,, There is no  conductor   made   tholr   appearance doubt   thoy   will  he  requested, to  and danced tholr way through some appear ;at many funetions during the  roal hot numbers,   Thoy wore tho festive season,  U is understood a start hM actually been"  mode on Mason Road,' Mr. Wheeler ox-  prosacd the view Mint action ab compared'  to1 Render.Harbour in extremely Blow, llo  pointed out Mint during tho pant two years,  paving linn btan cnrrlod out on the Egmont,  Mii  "������tas  -  ���Ctt'.v*.*"  .'ii'Ih i,  Annual event -.  ��� *  Franp^ PchlnsuU, Irvlncs Landlnu Roada   comhlnod efforts 6f. Mr, and Mrs,  nnd another Ih being pushed through from'   ' " '  Irvlnbs Lnndlng to Garden Bny,  ���Norm .Watflon-roterHnflao-the-Regional-  DlHtrict and the coming election of dlrcc-  tor��,> said he Is extremely pleased to see  so much interest (n the Regional Board,  1IU big1 concern i at thin time Ih that the  public will ho�� fit to vote In favor of the  proposed gnrbngb^By^Jiw7w,^WO<^mR"  to bo n lot of misunderntnnding on this but  tho bonrd hopes, to publish tho facts," ho  ndded,',,,��'  In keeping with other Chnmbors, it hns  -ta��HTiH-*������i-f #** *jW!��tew-**i.��nl ���} I��*Ma l-fifcirftSM  Rbd cind Gun Club banquet  attracts large attendance  Mrs,  Bill Mason,  Cpl.  and  Mrs.  Orvlllo.  Undcrhill, Mr. and Mrs; George Flay.  'Mr.,  Wm.   Mnnkln /Introduced   former  resident of the area, Mr, kou Fox; who  presented the trophies,   Mr, Fo?c donated  tho trophy awarded tho fisherman catering  , tho largest flnlmon, to the Club In Jfc">7 and  , had th^ploasnnt task of presenting It thin  year to Mr, Butch Ono who landed a UYa  lb. spring In Nor' West Bay. Mr,, Fox who  now Uvea In Haney was �� guest of Mr, and  ^MrsrWrarRflnkln^over-thonvcckcndr���*"-  Wlnners of tho nvfflo wcro: Mr, 'Harry,'  Schlndell, Hlecplng, bag;  Mr. Dick Blake*  man, fishing rod and reel; Mr, John' Zucco,  GREATEST., interest for some; years,, has  beenshowii in the coming elections with  twenty-five taxpayers trying for eleven  seats which include four for Regional  Board, one for school trustee and three for  each of village councils.  Added "interest this year stems from the  fact that the first election for directors to  the Regional Board has produced a number  of candidates. All, seats on: the, School  Board up for election have been contested  but one only remains to bo filled, that for  Village of Gibsons.  i Possibly greatest Interest centres around,  bid; by Fred Feeney for the Chairmanship  of Gibsons Village Council, Considerable  surprise followed ousting two yoars ago of  Chairman Alf Ritchcy by present Chalr**  man,' Wes. Hodgson, At that time, it is  recalled, 'Fred Fcenpy led the pplls for  re-^ectlon, as commissioner. The second  vote of popularity went' to Jim Drummond  who this time takes part in a three cornered .fight for two'seats, There have been a  numbor of flnre*ups and petty bickering  during' the past' two years in council and  "a" largo number of residents linvo Indicated  their desire for, a younger  map at the  . In Socholt, n similar, situation exists  with ;Joseph, Bonner, a former commissioner and firm believer, in progress,'' contesting the chairmanship with BUI Swain.  sMr.; Swain took oyer the rclhs one year  ago In, n threo wAy fight with Bornol  Gordon nnd Snm Dawo. His election to  ^office followed resignation from council by  Chrisilhp. Johnston who left one year of  her term to run.    '  Three newcomers to the local political  scone sook ��� election to two scats made  vacant by Uny Clarke nnd Laurie Hanson  who on completion of tholr term Indicated  thoy would not stand for ro-oIoctUm,  With Secheit facing a future as the,hub  of the' Pcnlnsulni many, residents, feel  changes nro needed nnd ngnln Indications  j��rp!.tr*ntyqungcr^  to keep up with changing conditions, '  , Voting nlso tnkes place on the Regional  Board Ry-ln\v, No, U which If approved  ,wlll pave, tho way for a Peninsula wide  garbage pick-up nnd 'disposal,  At n time  comes up on the ninth and that is. for the  Village of Gibsons. Peggy Volan seeks re;  election but is contested by Dick Ranniger  and Agnes Labonte. Three other seats for  school trustee are contested today. These  are for the rural areas and are presently  held by Don Douglas, Joe Horvath and  Celia Fisher. Mrs. Fisher is not seeking  re-election but Don Douglas and Joe Horvath both have a fight on their hands and  are contested by James Cramer, Sheila  Kitson, Harry Almond and Norman Hough.  The school board as with' both' councils  has had Its- trials and tribulations and  popular opinion is again that changes are  needed. The next fow days will tell tho  story. In tho meantime, it cannot bo  stressed enough; every solitary vote possible is required and considering so many  people havo shown sufficient, Interest to  stand for public office, the very least wo  can do is GET OUT AND VOTE.    <  WITH every ticket sold and still a lonK-  waiting list, two hundred and flfly people  attended the Secheit Hod. and Gun Chi  Annual Game ,Banquet, hold Inst Sntiu/lay  boon finally moved to seek financial sup*,    in Roberts Creek Hall,  port from Village Council. It wns explained        Venison,   JMoso   nnd   Elk,  caught  by  , if,,;  ,1 ,,,  < ,i' 1, ,  ��� ���,..",, ,  -Mtla*,'*��t+��  ��,   ' im'  -MtH**.**.. I  ,.[      ,  4i  port  thnt Council of Gibsons makes a grant to  ,lhc Gibsons Chamber nnd Powell River  gols an nnnunl grant of $2,ft00 from council,  club riicmbcrs and cooked to perfection by  cnlcrcrs Guy'arid' May Winning of OlcV  Oovo woro featured on tho menu.   Tho  .superb buffet laid out for'late snacks Included smoked salmon, rind oysters together  with tho [cold moritsA ,     ,  Head Inblo Included Mr. and Mrs, Harry  Bntcholor, Mr-, nnd Mrs,,Ron Spencer, Mr,  R. Jnnlsi Mr. nhd Mrs. Alnn Woods, Mr.  nnd Mrs. H.Schlndoll, representing C.N.t.H,  Tor whom lho Secholt Rod and Gun Club  propnroH1 frown herring for bait, Mr, and  tncklo box,  - ���poprnprtrer'TWtr^^ va st  Wlgarda*.and.^Mr.-a*NormAn��HAUr^The��4poUwproblem.Uhroughout^tho��provlnco��'lt*-BeQina.  dnnco wns won hy Mr, Roy Nygren and    hard to' believe that such n project could  Ida daughter Jo Anno, taking brief respite    create any opposition,   ThU Is apparently  from hor studios at Simon Frnsor Unlvors*.    so however but Is believed to havo stommod  Uyv  Helping make tho evening n success  wcro Mrs. Wilma Stephanson who was In  charge of tho serving and t|\o popjilnr  Vnrlntones from HIchmondwHh their soyen  ploco danco orchestra,  frorn n misconception regarding cost, ,T��o  Regional Board points out that ��� cost per  household Is not expected to exceed frl.Su  whlclx Is Just about as cheap a,service as  anyone could possibly hope for,  On tlio htliool board scono, ono seat;  Promotion was announced recently  of Corporal Orvlllo Undorhlll who  took over command of the Scchclt  .RCMP detachment, replacing Keith  Dcovoy who, was transferred to  Ottawa last Sentembor, Corporal  Underbill is married with three young  chlldron. '  - _-i  <**:��^'w*i''-*fi^>^*��  ���w.  X f,  '"11  ;#;  A' *K^$.  ���i v  '*<-  ���f.t ���-*.  . > A.   .,-., -aa -aa .   aq ,  **      i "��/. <  1' "-I  ,l H* *-.l-*"-i'. * 5. J",*-'*(*���*���-����- tJ".v M<ajw(i-*yt  ���-��rr-  F  '< i  .- jmm T��?^T'�� Tim��,>fea.ie^y..D-ec."6, 1W   ^  KTATE (continued)    i  . fcS#Mrjr#'.#yjrM_tt_rJrJMa��rjr_r^  LEGAL NOTICES  LEGAL (Continued)  ��� i*i  Classified  *��������������� - r IIVI1C    og**-4,�� ��� .7     5  ISEFSl  _^_-Jieach=and^5afe-boalpanchorage7_  5'   living room, ��8x15;   fireplace.  $~Bright cabTkitchen; rec. rooiii,  S ^������   - i t     -^.      t;���. ���?���!���---������������ ,,���w    5   A-oil hea,t, dble carport. Lovely  i0��000*0*^&*��0*0*f*p*m0B0000000Mmm0*00a0mwm00-m00MBm0-m��*0rm0Mmli&     landscaped     yard     With     patio.  ""' ~ v Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box 470  c-o  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsiila Times Ltd.,  otS&dijelt; B.C. "  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  September 30, 1967  ������   Gross Circulation 1999  Paid Circulation 1764  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion _i_   HELP WANTED (cont'd)  ��� ____. ._ Peninsula Times, Box 381, Se-  SALESMAN: Good man over 40 chelt�� B-c*    ' ��� 469-tfn  Sellt^n^a^rS ROBERT ^eelc, Hall Road:  up to $14,000 in year, plus reg- h Choic\\?cre mt\3 room  alar cash bonus    Air mail C. *ou?e'    Warn     oil    space  A. Dickerson, President, South! *fter' rock.g?s s��v* ^"J:  western Petroleum Corporation iate   P��ssessl��n-    ��.*�������  *>u  534 N.   Main St.,  Fort Worth,  Texas 76101. ���  1206-1  -$1.00  ���10c  Three   Insertions   Extra lines (5 words) __  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefsa)  Box Numbers __ , 16c 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 $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier -:.._���^__^_ 50c month  BIRTHS  TO    CORPORAL    and     Mrs.  Garry Stevens at Shiloh, Manitoba,. November 23j -a  son,  8  lb., 6 oz. 984-1  TO * FRANCE? and George  Betts at St. Gary's Hospital,  a baby girl, Grace Bonnie, November 9. Another sister for  Danny.     ! r   '        987-1  50c; SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Noida Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Secheit, B:<$.  875-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  Roberts Creek  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Bunch  Contact plant before picking.  Located at Roberts Creek,  . across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  1180-tfn  CHIPPENDALE���To Dave and  Maureep  (nee Mullen),; Chip-  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Bunch  Contact plant  before picking  price, $850.00" down and $60.00  per month at 7%% interest. 1st  house south of Anglican Church  Hall. Mrs. Metcalfe, 298-5125  or 939-7311, Block Bros. Rlty  Ltd., 401 North Rd., Coq., New  Westminster, B.C. 1203-8  5 ACRES undeveloped property  inside     village     boundaries.  $2,500. Box 381, Secheit B.C.7  565-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Secheit���highway location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  RUBBER stamps  of all des-.  criptions  may  be  obtained  at The Times. Phohe 885,*-SHJ5-i  Quick service on all orders.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  BOx 238 Phone 886-2166  Gibsons, B.C.  Service station in good location. Full price $9500 plus gas  on hand.  Wonderful buy in holiday retreat, $9800," with $5000 down,  for 2 bedroom cottage with 3rd  penthouse bedroom to fiiiish,  on 5 acres of highway and lake  frontage, close to Pender Harbour.  Form '1*6. 18 ' '  ~  (Section 82)    >    LAND ACT  & "   " *  ' '���      *  Notice of Intention to Apply 4o  Lease Land-     '  -������  In Land Recording Disjtriet  of Vancouver, B.C. ancl situate  West Lake, Nelson Island, Jervis Inlet. '   .  Take notcie that John Davison Manley of No. 207-1475 laburnum Street,, Vancouver, 9,  B.C., occupation taxi owher-sop-  erator intetids, to apply for a  lease of the following described lands: ~    "  Commencing at a post planted  on the south shore of West  Lake approx. 2000* S.W. of ^S.  W. stake of D.L. 6853; tlieiice  N.E. along shore line 100' more  or less; thencer S. approx. 300';  thence W. approx. 100'; thence  N. to starting post and containing Vfc (one half) acre, more  or less, for the purpose of  campsite.  J.  D.  MANLEY  Dated November G��h ,1967.  1182���Pub. Nov. 29, D. 6, 13, 20  FdrlnNb: 18 "  (Section 82)'  LAND ACT1   ' /   ���  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land- ,'  ���    ��� ,  In Land  Recording  District  of Vancouver, B.C., and situate  in Secret Cove, B.C! ��� '  i1        ' ���*-  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 >JE "corner of  lot 4661 thence 99 ft. ��ast;  thence 660 ft. south; -thence' 99  ft. west; thence 660 ft. north tb  point of commencement and  containing 1.5 acresj more or  less, for the purpose of summer  campsite.  J:  E.  BOOK  Dated November 4, 1967.  1130-Pub. Nov. 15, 22, 29, D. 6  FOR SALE ~  SILVER Skagit Shake '& Shin-?  gle. Local sales: Phone 886-  9697 or 886-2097. .    466-tfn  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy-  Read     Typewriter.     Almost  new. Cost over $300. No*/; $175.  Phone  885-9654. 1017-tfn  FOR SALE (Continued)  GOOD  local  Ladner  hay   for <  sale, $1 per, bale delivered.1  -phone=946*6568?^-t:;::::J^904$-1fe-::  "ELECTRIC" Tools,""' appliances,"  ;    watches and radios.. The perfect gift. Earls in Gibsons.5 886-  9600. -1211-1  ftAlLS $12, SlOO lbs. Vinyl As-  ; bestos, tiles,. .9x9,  lQc  each;  -12x12, lSc each; 9x9 cork "tiles,  9c each. Remnants, Inlaid. 22Q  - yards." Exterior paint or matte  finish $3.95, "reg, $9.95. Shake  paint, $3.95, reg. $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  gallon.   Large   stock   of  used  . vacuum   cleaners,   A-l   shape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 iVA Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00  Benner   Bros.   Furniture   and  Paint Store,  Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  THREE pair .custom made, full  length, lined drapes; copper  fire screen, draw chain; telephone "tablc-bejich stand;, prac-,  tically new. Table model, electric, Singec sewing r. tfiachine.  Phone 883-2455. ,1186-54  GIBSON guitar,  I^o'with iDe-  Armond   Chiefv 16G0   ��ick-up  anid case, good condition! 88%,-  9423. $125. firm. "1.181-54  ONE large oil range; hot water  coil. One large space heater-  One Thor 40 electric range,  double oven, 5 elements. One  burner unit .complete for furnace, factory overhaul, Phone  886^2861 eves., 886-2252 days.  1196-54  "T '-"  FOR SALE (Continued)  PARKERS Hardware/,, used it-  V^emsu Admiral fridge $49.&5;  McCtarjr ACridgr -$39^95; i^ed"  jvasheEs_wiihuWringer_,$14.95_up.  to $49.9$; used upright Vacuum  cleanersv$14.95; used\floor"polisher $l5.d5;s Westingho^ rJfo^-,  stiiig "overi $14.95;  Bed' lounge,  good condition,, ideal fqr extra  bed $79.95. Parker's Hardware,  Secheit, B.C. Phone 885-2171,  ���     , 119^-tfn  USED power "Saws for sale. AU  makes and, Sizes. Chain Saw  Centre, Secheit; 885*9626.  8966-tfo  '   1 ,  POLAROID     automatic,    101,  complete with case, close up  and  portrait lens%  Flash and  remote control,   885-9405.  -1205-3  rv.  FOR SALS (ContihtiiBdl  THIS is your cliance to get,that ,  uprg?in.^ou',ve dr'e-fttoed'^bqu't,  ^asFyearVmodelLo^rey. Holi-  jday ^Deluxe Organ,'.-In walniit  with built ;in Leslie and matching, satellite ALesiie' .speaker,  cabinet and . benchr NejV/ qbstv  $2,i75.00. What offers? 88&9314.  .,,.*,. - 12014  f,*-  ^   * ~    ���-.  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  Compressed air service tot  skindivers and firemen. Air  tanks. Skindiyers available for  ,.;. . ..salvaie.;:viwtk.;:i..,y,.;,;rV.,,..,  VYALT NYGREN SALES  .  'ifb.,'  GibsQns, B.C.  PHbne:6S&-9303.  TWO Brownie uniforms, Size k8  and 10. Cpmplete less ,$pcks.  Phone 885-9768. 1198-54  n .111. ������    1   1 * - *       *       I  MURRAY'S Pet Shop Chris>  mas specials. Budgie arid  cage, 9.95. Canary cage and  cover set 19.95. Aquarium complete with pump, filter, light,  etc. 19.95. $5.00 purchase entitles you to draw for $10 gift certificate. Next to Ken's Lucky  Dollar,  886-2919. 985-tfn  TABLE model electric jewing  machine (long bobbin) $25;  tri-light floor lamp, $7;. 23"  Fleetwood TV $95. All in.e#-  cellent condition. Phone 885-.  2035, : 1208-1  BICYCLES, hew and used,;:all  makes:    Parts   and   repairs.  Call  886-2123., 771-tfn  21" CONSOLE TV. Good condition. New picture tube. Phone  8B3-2SG9. 15Jt:l  USED  220.  9561.  electric   clothes  Good shape.   Phone 8&-  .'   '   . :   1171-54'  IF   IT'S   su��ts---it's   Morgans,  885-9330,  Secheit, B.C.      A  8893-tfn  pendalfe, a -son Brian Robert,    Located 1st house north Pender   268' road frontage, semi-water  7    IhC      13    /V7C        hftrn    ��r��f   C-f     \T?*r��_ --      . _ _      ' ���*��... .    *->._.*   _    ��        �� 1.  7 lbs, 13. ozs., born at St. Vin  ceiifes Hospital, Noy^mber 30.  I,rbud gEari4parerits; Joe and  Lil (Jhippenaale. 1209-1  OBITUARY  MacLEAN���Suddenly, ' December 2 1967, Patricia Nanette  Ma^an qf Gibsons, .B.C. aged  53 years, survived byf her lovinghusbandj IJonald, two sons,  Ian and Neil of Gibsons. One  sister, Mrs. Ronald (Peggy)  Whitaker of Secheit, B.C. Five  granddaughters. Funeral service was held on Tuesday, December 5, 1967 at 2 p.m. from  the Family Chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B'.C; Hev. H. VKeHy officiating.  Interment, -Seaview   Cemetery.  ' 1213-1  f      ���  *, .-  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to express our sincere thanks, to, bur many  friends' arid neighbours for the  kindness 'given' tb Efeie during  her. lengtiiy. Jllnsss. .ahd-their  kind expressions of sympathy  during our bereavement in the  loss of a loving wife and mother. Special", thanks * to members of the Arbutus No, 76 and  Sunshine No... 82 Rebekahs,  Rev. H. Kelly, Dr. A. Swan,  Doctors, Nurses and staff at  St. Malry's Hospital; ���Dave  Herrin /and family.".  Harbour Hotel  Phone 883-2265  1184-tfn  WORK WANTED  HANDYMAN,    cabinet   maker,  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  Ph. 886-9902. 766-tfn  HOUSE painting and decorat-  ing. Professional work done  promptly Dick Blakeman. Ph.  886-2381, Henry Rd., RR 1,  Gibsons. 767-tfn  SEWING, dressmaking or patching.   Call Sandi  Joe.   885-  9509. 1162-51  WANTED '"���������    .  front at Roberts Creek. Access  in front of property to good  beach, 2M> acres $5000v <���  15.ft. x 18 ft. living rom, wall-  to-wall carpeting, L-shaped to  dining.-area;.-nicely -panelled  corridor-type kiktchen. Mahogany feature walls in 2 bedrooms. Full basement with furnished rooms, wired for automatic laundry facilities, automatic oil furnace, $7000 down,  *'wiil,;*handle7'L"'"'"';"'''' 'JC:i '''' A"   $10,000 (with good terms) buys  lively little business. Excellent  for family operation.  Do Wortman 886-2393  Jack Warn 886-2681  Form No; 18  (Section 82)  .LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to*Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate North  Lake (Secheit Peninsula),  a  Take notice that Sylvia ;E1-  eanor Hansen of 1277 Willirig-  don Ave., Burnaby. 2, ,B.*C.^.oct.  aipatiqn hous%vife inteids to  apply for" a lease of Ithe fbiibw-  ing described lands:   Commencing at, a .post plants  ed 400' E. of 1^1.6782 on shoreline ; thence 300' N.; thence  100' E.; thence. S. to shoreline;  thence W. on storeline to ppiiit  of commencement -and"eont^iii-  ing % acres, more.or less, for  the purpose of summer-homer-  SYLVIA ELEANOR  -V    f    HANSEN'  Dated Nov. 10, 1967.      ;  1157���Pub. Nov. 22, 29, D. 6.13  *, U71-1  WE ARE5 again taking sJiingle  ..blacks and shake blocks at  the Wilson Creek Mill.:. Phone  886-9697. 1200*tfh  FOR RENT  YOUR PEtMDER .^ARBOUR  VTOERRRQNT LOT  IS NOW READY!  For you to enjoy, weekeiicjs,  summer, .or all year. It's level  with easy access off paved  road,, nicely trieed, on excetleht  water   system,   located   in   a  WINTER    RATES���Fully    furnished   cottages   $65   month �����-   -^��� -���.-��   -  plus utilities, also weekly, aaci .sheltered ,,bp p, the heart of  nightly rates.  Also' avattaWe-- ^abvuipusv PeiRder Harbour.. Area  Full trailer  hook-ups.   885-9565 offers scenic boating and excit-  Mission  Point Motel.     853-tfn ing year-iound fishing. A dream   ������ ~  thdt money can buy!   Act now  HALL -for rent, Wilson -Creek __aJl Frnhk Lewis or Morton  Community HaU. Contact Mr, ,       Mackay  at  886,9900.  Glen Phillips. 885-2183., 1095-tfn  ���    r  '   lg   . r~7 r���       FINLAY REALTY LTD. ���  121M    GENTS   tousek^epiDg    room, Gibsons        ,      ,    Burquitlam  PERSONAL  FLOWERS   for   all   occasions.  GUker's   Flower   &   Garden  Shop, phone 886-2463 or Secheit  885-9455. 824-tfn  clean, warm, private entrance. Towels and linen supplied. Selma Park. 885-9535.  '  1138-tfn  HOME away frbin.' home.  Housekeeping or sleeping un-,  its by day, week pr month.,  Two one bedroom, full housekeeping, noyir ���������" available/. Ideal  for construction worker.  Cent-  1088(-47  $3000 down, gives possession  attracive 3 bdrm home. All services, excellent location.  For the gentleman farmer, we  have a charming older 5 Tooih  home on over two acres, A-oll  heat, Easy terms on $l5;p00.  FOR complete  information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability   insurance:   Claims   and *"*, -*'������>".>*'��i *��y��-.-��-, .voih-    .���T... _.���._-- T-T/T.  Adustments,    contact   Captain ���al  showers,   sheltered  mobile    Nicely situated lotrall services,  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consult- ���?me sPace- Big MapleJMfotel.    $200.  down  on   full   price   of  ant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones phone 885*9p��; ���         1515-tfa  886-9546 and 885-9425.        489-tfn 2   BEDROOM   house,   oil   cook  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box &94; Secheit, B.C.  Phone  "' ; 969-tfn  stove and heater, on tho beach  at Davis Bay. $55. Phone 885-  2280, 1185*tfn  CLEAN warm house, Oil stove,  electric   hot   water.   Elderly  couple prefercd, 886-9832.  ' '     . ,.,. ..':.'   ..., ....986-3  3   ROOM   view   cottage   -with  stove and fridge, Centre Gibsons. Prefer bachelor or elder*  Specializing in Funeral Designs   ly couple. Available now. Heats Wedding Arrangements       aonablc rent, Phono 886*7756.  886-9345 - Gibsons  BABYSITTER     available    for  Christmas   and   New   Years  Eve.  phone 886-9327,        1210*3  LISSILAND FLORIST,  & GIFT SHOP  1516-tfn  41* w^(sf (f^H-.tf.i. itfcf t w��MwwWi*> W^*t"^*��  WATER ILLS  Hard R-^k Drilling A  ��� Specialty.  Low Winter Rates.  Frije Estimates,  ATLAS DRILLING  Room 10  1Q45 W. Pender St.,  Vancouver 1, B.C  -T-jjl.ai2-685.l917  $1600.  K, BUTLER REALTY  & IISSURANCE       '  Gibsons; B.C. - 886-2000  UNDERWRITING LIFE  AND MORTGAGE  INSURANCE   '  Representing  MONTREAL LIFE  INSURANCE CO,  1170-1  BUILDING SUPPLIES  "^QWSG^S   ^SMuiidins    Supplies^  Ltd, 880*2642,   Gibsons,   B.C.  Quality fteady-mlxcd  copcreto.  Serving tho area for 20 yearn,  '"���''���     90-tfn  WANTED TO pUY  SMALL two ivheel bike tor boy  ...r     .      ajged  8.  Jn good  condition.  subdivision,   $20,000.   Box   3&1,    Phone 885*9008. 1204*1  S��cbiclt, , 0544fn   ^rrrr.^ r~������'-���-r~;*  L. ^  ��� PRACTJCR      piano     wanted,  Wrllo   Box   1109,   Peninsula  Times, Socholt, B.C.        1160-3  Form'No. iS  (Secjtion 827  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Leasee Land  In Land . Recording District  of ���Vancouver "and- situate in  ftalfmoon -Bay District Lot 1427  Group ��� i;. NW1��> Plan 7360.  Take notice that Donald Gallagher of Haney,.B^C.,. occupation M;D.V intends to apply for  a lease of the folowing de*  scribed: lands :--  K Commencing.4t a post planted SW corner Lot 3, Blpck 10,  District Lot 1427, Group ' I  NWtiD, Plan "7360 thence NW  for 300 fept; thehce NE for 250  feet to jtyW corner Lot15; thehce  to follow shoreline to point of  commencement and containing  one acre, more or less, for the  purpose of float and boat  anchorage,       j. ,,  RONALD GALLAGHER  Dated Nov, 30, 1067.  1207���iPub. Dec. 6, 13, 20, Jan. 3  Forpi No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  721,, BY.WEEK at��Davis*Bay^For.  , keeping. facllitlcis  plus utilities  and TV.   Phono 885-9087,  1519*1  REAL ESTATE  HARD to find property, under*  eloped 25 t^eres,* view prop  erty In Secheli. Mnko excellent  CARS and TRUCKS  -*^<**(ll*tl* fvM&W W**^ HW^Wi  \      ' '   �����i��"'-wii-"ihiii  THE SUN SHINES ON:  (The rainmaker in busy loo)  Retirement Cottago,  $6350,    - a -bedroom-cototjc -in -village--' :~^CIIB V-���truck>-^��|Uwi*r- 4-apce^ ~  jHB-tfn   $S300. transmission,    good    shape,   .   Cottoge on watorfro��Ml2,000, J350,  Phone  883*^2,;    1187^  , I   ' ' Al *��i f n -iiiii   ijiii,l,ii*^^��iiiipiiiWiiiiiiiwil^i.***iii-^i-*)i.-**ji.y��.i��P-il. ini,.*��i��� ���  Trwd, waterfront hU^m, B0ATS & ENGINES       ! > 7  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Loose Land  In Land   Recording  District  bf Vancouver ��md situate North  ��� Lake " (Secheit Peninsula);-  Take notice that Harold Her*  bcrt Hansen of 1277 WllUngdon  Ave., Burnaby 2, B.C., occupation fireman Intends to apply  for a lease of tho following  described lands;  ' Commencing at a post plant*  filwrqlino; tiionco. 300* N.;  thohep 100' Vi,; thencb S, to  iihorollne; thenco W, on shoreline to point of commencement  ami containing % acres, moro  or less, for the purpose of sum- ,  mor homo.  HAROLD HEltBEHT  ^^M^^i^.^.^T^^MANBm^^^.,AA  Dated Nov; io, 1067.  a^6-J��ub. I^oy. 22, 20, D. d, li  DACHSHUND is amor* to-be pitied than  laughed ��at.   thakl silusage-isbape   baclc  not only invites ridicules-it's a health hazard besides.. ���     <  According to recent iitfOTmationAfrom.  rheumatism researchers, dachshwnds are  susceptible to degenerative disc disease in  the spine, not unlike degenerative disc disease with osteoarthritis occurring in hu-  mans���and it's all oh tfocouht of thejr  funny figure.  Jf^en ja. d^.dbs^^  gets fat, and because he tes a poorly constructed back���from ;the 'mechanical point  of _ view���.the extra weight pulls down his  spine and bends it This squeezes tiie discs  and brings on. the disease.  The first sign the dog is in for trouble  usually is Ms-inability to elimb' stairs; He'll  jump a^ ithem, but bis hind legs won't follow his forelegs, because.'they hurt when  he tries to move them. So he'll just sit  there looking at the stairs forlornly.  After itbat, when the disease hfes progressed a little further, Ms tail will begin  to droop ^and finally ithe poor animal will  suffer ;a ���complete paralysis of his hind  quarters. And unless he undergoes surgery,  v he's doomed. Other than ^surgery, .the only  treatment is rest�����xr a cast. Medical men  have found they can'designr a little-plaster  jacket which serves, as an admirable cast.  NOT ONLY ONE  A-Idachshund is not the only animal in  which arthritis researchers have found conditions resembling the rheumatic diseases  ���inan'ts oldest known diseatset  Beagles, for instance, get osteoarthritis  of .the hips because' bf the jinusiial shape  v of iheir hip joints at birth-i-arid they respond'to treatment>^by hydrocortisone just  like their arthritip m,asters.  And boxers, Boston pups and English  bulls���ih fact all straight-legged, canines���  'are susceptible to this1 ihaiady' because of  itibe continual hammering at their hip joints  when'they walk or run.  Dalihation coach hounds have an inheri* '  ted ';Mid'hey disorder leading to lacaimula*  tio|h of uric-acid which causes gout in hu*,  mans -'and leads to deposits of urate matt  erlal M the joints I But so far djUe hounds  baven^ been known to develop gout'. Con*  4fiffW7'M. % age-old belief arthritis re*  (seiiirchera say <iiat alcohol does not cause  goiit, but since stress and alcohol exacer-  baito gout in humans, it might-be speculated  {hat ithe. houndis are jafe because the-y  don't play the,istock;market and drink wine.  Poodles, It seems, must pay for itihelr,  pride. They often suffer fallen 'arches ��s -a  result of the silraip they put on their feet  vwitlji ithelr Ihlgh-stepping gait.  HORSES NOT IMMUNE  And even those patricians���^raco (horses  ������at* not immune to occupational hazards.  TJicy can get flrthrltis, One specialist tells  of a horse he knows with the disease which  won ia anaco 'after being dosed up with cortU  , ��6no,.,..  One of the, latest findings of arthritis'  resoarchcris-^ano one of tho most intercst-  ing-4s ittio discovery In viwlno of a dlsoa��io  like -chronic anthritis wflildi iscoms to bo ,  caused indirectly by eryslpelothrix, �� high*  In �� 0tudy wade 'at Lafayetto UnlvoKflty,  rndiaha, researchers found -that one-third  of Ihe pigs surviving an infection of erysi-  pelas contracted a disease reseni.bling  arttetiss in man���the most serious of the  rheumatic diseases.  Clinically and 'microscopically, the disease closely resembles the human affliction, but there are both differences and  unknown factors. Rheumatoid arthritis in  humans usually occurs in full maturity,  While in pigs it starts in youth. Pregnancy  etoes symptom  VaffUcted^^ pregnant pigs.  NOT JUST FOR FUN  -The Canadian Arthritis *ahd Rheumatism Society says that the medical researchers have more than just idle curiosity about these rheumatic-type^ d^ in  ~amm-a^77^eyvre not just studying them  for fun.         ''A   '.."��������� ���            ''"'.  Interest in possible infectious causes  of arthritis has recently been stimulated  by the' demonstration::of ai least t\vo new  types of bacteria-;.|n...'R^t-f^..'4^a^:. ana,.-  rheumatoid arthritis, but these findings  still: await confirmation.       A  Rheumatic diseases, says . 'the society,  are- responsible for great suffering and  economic losses all over the world, yet nd  one knows what causes them or how to  cure #iem.  What research men learn about similar  diseases in animals, might help them to  find the cause of certain forms of arthritis in humans.  A couple of married men returned home  from a poker session rather late one night,  and were talking things over. Finally one  asked, "George, will your wife hit. the  ceiling when^ you -come .inyat*4his; late?  hour?"  "I guess so," came the answer.  "She's  always been a lousy shot!"  ANGLICAN CHURCH   ~  'SAINT HILDA'S-t-SECHELT      ���  8:00 a.m, Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Chiirch School  11:00 aim. 2nd, 4t^ 5ffi Sundays  "  7;30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  ���A Servicesheld regularly in  GARDEN fA*, BlpRlQOP^ w?1 EGMONJ  For information pfione 685-9793  Every Wed. 10 am H. Cammunian St. Hildo'i  ���i"  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  PASTORvREV.���-$   CASSELLS  Wilson Creek Community Hall  Davis Bay Rood   ;���,,  |ll��M-|*t����WM*i*��'��*>*]������l��'l>i'l*l*l'l*l*i��'l��*iM*i*i*)����l*,***J**'U  '  EvWgelicai'liuthdiran CHu'rcn'of Cdnada  y Pastor���-A.' Hiisted thristerisen  First Lutheran Church, Vancouver  Services every 2nd and! 4th Sunday of the!  mgnth  j Selma,Pork Community Hall at 3:00 p.m.  mp^m^^amM4m����mi^mj��mp��i40*��m0��00m��m0km*mm0Uui  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sunday School '-710:00 a.m.  Church Servico ��� 11:15, a.m.  -      Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m^;        v  R^V, A. WILLIS,,PASTOR,   ���.  Yp<J ore invited to attend any or each "service  St4 John's United Church.  -y.; ;: ���;:,;"l,,.:Wil|6**' Creek, B.C.,:,, 7:;  Sunday ikhool���;9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���n.15 o,m.  ,L--*d by Miss.H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each montn  Family Servlce-r-l 1:15 a.m.  Divine Service���-3:30 p.m.  Led by Revi W. AA, Cameroni  For further information  Phono 885-9744 i  35  I WiSt^ii^ttal'  . FRIDGE M��p.,���.Bl<rw.��4jff.-trdck -.Desirabl��-vkw.*Mi-^W��l~��e��^^  at Wilmn Crock last Satw*   rcaw too. WANTED io buy, 8*10 ft, glass  Pm*)  X    , jsm    Harry Gregpry���885-9392    cheap. w-f>M..,.���       1178*5*1  'ii*��wdH���wttib9We|fi!it(('  GetYour:  .��..,<.,ii i'mi- mii>' in, ���in in  -*lf>niypiyii|i j ii-n --mi.yiiji     ^...,������......... ���-,,-,,-,- ...������.,..������ ,����� _,, ,^,������������_  GWtJtf,' tocher.   Thone  885*  Jlftf'..A.' . 7 .1183-52  H, B: GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Sfcchcll, p.C. 885-55013  '.. '���.   ; '.    .mm..  FOH Ia.ETTEItttEADSft envelopes, staicmonts, Invoices  and all comnytpelaj printing,  contact the Tlmcfl office at So*  chelt or phone 885'0054.  at The Times  THISVITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  ���TMm'Vtv-tfirM mWion p��opl��  nrfHfrf |h�� world today who b��-  n��vo that th* unification of mankind  Jh th*�� Will 9* <*od for air aa*. 1h#y  4A0 ��f*i*n��|��|y|���� Poha'l*.  P��rh*Jpi Poha'l It what y��-*�� ar��  looMnofoj',  loformorton upon r*<)v����h it Lola  Poad,Toro��)ta7. ,,.  WPfw f �����-  ������V*  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free, reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Penlnsuja Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad", Please rtotb that space is limited ana; somo advance dates may  have to wait tholr turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full derails,  Dec. 6���8 a.m.-S'.p'.m, Election of School Trustees Rural Area B,  Dec. 6t-t8 p.m, Gibsons United Church Hall."All candidates mooting;  Municipal elections, ��  Dec. 7*���1 p.m. Secholt Legion Hall, OAPO Christmas Dinner.  Doc. 9���8 a.m.-8 p.m Municipal and Regional District Elections.  Dec. c'0~-ipua,m( Wilson. Crook Range, Scchclt Rod &V Gun Turkey  Shoot. Shotgun and 22 rifle, Special events for beginners.  ^����?JJaZ:Zl,3Qa>PJm-,rS!  iho Arctic", siIdos ok by Mr,, Ross GlbSons. proceeds to Maintenance Fund,  Dec.  12���8jj,m. Urson's Resort, Madolra Park. Pender Harbour 8.  District Chambor of Commerce mootlnfl. rft  *' ''"  '    .'''*'���'' "'���'���"���'���'"    " '* ���' **   ''"'A': i' '^''flPWWIIIIIIIIIW  ''  ���'''..',     '   ���. ;    ,    ��� ,. \,\'       ,,,      ���'  |, ������'  PLEASfi PHONE T^P SURT^S FOR ASSISTANCE ON THK SAIE OF  YOUR PROPERTY. "  ' REAL ESTATE" "  INSU^AHCES  Phono 8B5-2161  Multiple Uitina Strvkn  YancoHyor Roal fttatA  Poard  i   MENCIESLTD.  GIBSONS OFFICE���PHONE 88$-7015  Ji.-:  > f  :*jvj  ���v��.*i  '��.  './'������  ���2:  *^  ��������'  ���t t,'  ���ill'  |*SW��WW^*it [(:fflrt��i*��  'fi  ;>4  -**���  \if*'  ' "Vs  .*'<!  'M'  ���  fi  *" \  Pollohfful ,��lnolo bqdropm bungalow,'  Idonl for rollrod couplo'or nowly rtior-  rlods, All sorvlcos, Closo to shopping,  {  **'*"l***im0m0mmmmm04mm0m0<m  GIBSONS  Two bedroom cottago, vlow property,  village water, handv to shops,  ,    C, R, QQthorco|o-r-8a<$.7Q15l  *mmmm>m**'*a*i"'**0*m00mmmm0*m40m  mm  t Wl^^M^n^^^"��5Wt*t*^^^^**^y������^i^'^Jt**lill*'���*,,f*,"  *tA~^,Jim)'',,,.i*   ������  ���"V"  H*B*H*-S�� ��f��H;^tHn-)M%4, ���*���  "-* B��i^-*��*^(^��ii��*.l))WW*'**IS��J��*l��^  �� fliinM-ttiliilm^ nut****  .. a   ,  (    l   ..   >   '    i   l is 11  -.  Ui  *(*-*,  *.     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J(, ������ ^J..^,,.������. a, A.7 sw, -af^.i1,, ,.'*..( -) .rtmjijyi ��v!a wV^ja.><->^.t -^^<J>ga^>aeM^ai*v^.**a^^ **l��i-W^'CA,<f *   J. fr-i. 3. 5j?_._.*-��_i��_-' ��>���-_�� *_Sc.   i-a.U__ J^^a. ^^,._^.^_-a  i.^.'*^fi* ./^^&#**����U.J.1^t^��1W.,��._ >-. .��, ,      '  *  - ��� L.l__a   -.-I^Tj  -t-  *  Happemnm Am  /  1  " '" - discontinued' for the -flight <taeJto~very ^  *  " '    strOtfg?fgales.' .Mfefeftfy the ' Sulfcescl^jjj* ^  , * stud^ts were going to haVejto; J&flte�� % a,  *������* ��� students.' fl&A.* Elphi^#$e>* Ofte; gyjrii;w&',  4M 'i  ���^r- unnsnn^s aance wnxch 'V��u he Vawasi* whh nuuie the trio oosslb^  heWon December 15, has >had^ a slight ^^^^,WJW^ ���- , fo^talttf if ~w�� #av& a>fajrii inateh. It  ch!ng.fe* J?st1ad ��* paving "Billy Djx'on * ^^this-Wa^ to, -Bg the end o�� fte mOst^vk-bee^surr/risirig WmQ& M��nls  and tht> Accents", who" aje .now unable to ( night. A, ��M^> w^-held alter the tb"be e^pectiflg the sops or d-aVttg&tfts heme  make it, We have a contract with the games, ^^eKe^xone. mjngj^d* wify eajqh 'aftet* the game.~aji.J then to'faA��Vva phone  ".Wiggy's  Symphony,"  a  ban��  tha/ h^s    other.* Abp^$3fy$eu�� yi^-pi^al came    cafi^sgng iMhV- ��iouI<^brihg ^bme'tvo  appeared ori the well-known "Iiet'-s Goij  show on television. '        ",        >  I " ���. -  ^,a,st $ weeHen4 , our , junior basketball  teanjs, j^rneyed. to/ North Vancouver for  gai&es wi.th.Su^therlund Junior*, S,ecojtidary..,  ���    t  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SJECHELT  PUBLIC HEAmm*   '���'.  ZONINQ BY-LAW Ho, *%�� t  'Take notice that Xbe Counjcil,of the ���p/ppcqtipn^-<^ ^ja<ViHqge ot  Sjeqhelt will hold a* Publ.ic He<*-r'.n9 a* tf�� Mvij^icippli ^Q^.fe*^chelt, qt  the hour- Otf 7:30 p.m. on the 20th day of Decem|^ 1^7,, underf  provisions of the Municipal Act, to consider^ a p^ropps^r ^i^d, Zoning  By-law. , ' <   'A  A copy,ofthe proposed by-law may be Inspected, aH| ^?e, ^Aunicipqt  Malf> Secheit, during business hours/ between, Dece^iJ^eij 12th aod  December; ^Oth^ 1S>67. ' E. T. Raynfgj?,; tyiJtlpgeXI,erlc  npiys^aper which >n?ax l^.1 in^espjig it  Wis. entitled^ ^SpCo^^-^ls^.j^t, m  school?" Jfrinci^l Cam," J|^ke^a pai>fata  out ashtrays; to/ students �� afo ^|s|efinial  Senior' Secondary *^sehboV;(3o,iiu&a|Di,^ where  smoking is. allowed b"etviberu'claksae^ThLt-e  studepts are studying during fre�� period  Tiie right to smoke cigarettes jh'the cift  teria was granted last Easter, xwhf?4 school.  Mr. Dick Raransper  J jSeeking/to, r'epr^seni * ffie  Village   of  Mrs. Agnes Labonte  'Mrs. 'Agnes Labonte is extremely active  Mrs. Charlotte, (Peggy) Volen  Mrs. Peggy Volen, who,has'been'-mom-  IXvm ftaSlL ?n -SSmfftrfSfto    Gibsops on ^e'S?liooJ' Bokrd'' Mr'^Dick*'   in community a^airs/Beforeher marriage    intend to r^feient the Village".of q*sons  it was siariea as an experiimgns ro try io    Ranni��*er h9<: a vo��� -i<>fi-,;t<. tm./*.,���.-^ ^X    _u. ��� *���vj i r.-\.~~. . j ����� .. *._.    t.._j.- ^..r *r_.,^a.- ^v UW,t-A.i��  successful and has become an accepted  part" of au atmosphere -of sjludent-teacher  harmony  Golf: Where you are a pe4e^trian without being run over. " '  '**       "i-  ���.   . ~A,  aava  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING, - PRUNING- '  Gower Point Rood  Gibsons. B.Cr^Tfiof 886-2919  FRANK E. DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166   TASjV^SHOfPE  Ladies' - Men's *s Children's Wear  Yard Gopds- - Bfedding - Linens  Dial 985-9341 - Seehelt, B.C.  RICHARD K KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  Telephone Gibsons 886-2481 . Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  7        BOB'S APPLIANCES  '  Sales & Service  Banner Bros. Block, Secheit. B.C.  Phono 865-231S  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  JeoHc Tanks anid Ojuip FjeWi. - Bockhae and  Fre*j|�� End Loader Work. \  Screened Content Grayel, - Fill'and Road Gjayel,'  ���Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  _    -**t.^^iiii ���   ifl��� Mi ��� i ��� ���   ���I   -ml ���mm~m*y      ii   im ���-���������-��� ��� I "^  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Pa/k. B.C.  you,r OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Tra/lers fyHook-yp - Camp,  Sites - Trailer Court - LaunchlnQ Ramp  Phone ��03-$266  ���  tl*��-*y ������in-���"!>n������������������ ���in"��� ��������� '���' ��� in���iiiii��� ���n****��* ��������� ������ !***������������" ���������������������������������������������������-������i  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  and emm SHpP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R, Wrkln, Boach Ave., Robert* Crook  P����oi*q 886-2$51  t|IBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  fxperts at cuts< coiff's and colour,  Custom Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  (C^Q?|R MPN^AYX      ,  ;va';;���������;���,',;���".'���, ,,  "v ' a     ��� ���������.���~���,���  For Your ^uet Supplies  \     Doiiny ^if^lov  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 r HoiMni'MMl^  Johii, HJnrJ-Smifh  REFRIGERATION  ; PORT MELLON  IV PEND��R HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. fo 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  ' Seo��*�����- Logs  SECHELT TOWING % SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipmei-tt Moving & Log Towing  - l~ HIGG5  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies4 and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Seehelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  -.    GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  N9 #Wfl Ptjvm?0* ', ?9nfe interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete, line, oi appliances.  For free estimate���Colt 886-2728  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening -  janitor, service - pqinting - odd, iqt*>s etc. -  Free estimates - All work guaranteed."  Phone 885-2191  TWIN Ct^EEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 8W,-*a0fl|  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FR��E ESTIMATES  Consult Copt. W. Y. Higgs  Don 339. Gibions. B.-C. -r-i 086-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  ;cj&.s,sAw%7r^  SECHELT, BaC.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  NITA'S BEAUTY SALOW  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS ,  PAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING.  9, a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  B#LAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM-DESIGMED. FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  "  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  "        EATON'S  "WHERE-TO-GO"  TRAV���L SERVICE  -. *    r *    ; -. -   v t-     -,' '  TRAVEL AGJENT KOR ALL Y-pUR  TRAVEL NEEI3S  MARGARET' MACKENZIE  Supnyccest Shopping Blcma  Gibsons 886.2232  Head Office 515 West {fastings St., Vqn.  .,     , Guitfing   resident a^Gabsons fQr the past three years, years   and   recently   retired   &s   Division  Mr.. Ranrnger-is anucto wave'arid main- Commissioner.   She has   alsor  been  very  tenarice technician with the B.C. Telephone active in the Gibsons PTA-   Mrs. Labonte  Co., where he has been employed for 18 is the mother of two 'daughters aged 10  years- /���'���������" and ^ years,    *      -  Alarm expressed . , . /  -*a                V.                         ^       *"                                *                      * ���***                                                                                                                                        t1  regardinif sewage problem  pqAT^LES  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC? LTR.  ELECTRICAL COMTRACTOhS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  S  : -.*s��Wrt����S'*SW*iwej��i*i tfMl*Hrfc��t*^.-��.  ,��� '.,-  GIBSONS HARDWARE LJty  Youf"'MaifstiQlL'.Vyel.ls' '  poqlorshlp,,    -  Ifhono 886-2442 > Gibsons, B.C.  PENINSULA WAFERS  1B2'i OovyerPt, Road  886-2200 GJbwnt  FOR) YOUR Family PRY CLRANINO NEEDS  ri..,...'... U .i .  i   ,|    I      '      'in    1 i       ' ���*    "   "' '" **' "������"������ '������������*  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  pho^o 886-2664 R.^t. \ <3IM^��  r���-"j-*1������."'���"��� ���'- ,'tj , '-"i ;\\  *"."���!'...'..���   .   '  ILIQHT MACHINERY SERVICE  Bulldozing   .  ."' "c>p;;"poi*i" FR6ii"'^l^lMATB',''' "*  FREE HOME ^QM^ATWSN  . MlWWuWtW-. Vf.* i *"-K��^**Wi-l -*|w��rt*(^��#*-JM!*****!** I .i***i *^(Mi(l*��***����Mbl*it*��-iSi KM <*W*StiWW��*i��'l  REPAIRS, A^p SEI^VIGG Oh\ ALL MAKES  A^uthorUecl;  Singer Sowing ^achlno, Dealer,  Covrrlo St.   Socholtr Ph. 885-9345  ii...niiiii....iiiLj.i'L..jiLi.j.inii.iiiiijiiri.)iuiiiL...i...        i    .      . ���       l! ��� ' T*   "'   '*' "    "*  ';���"' \   ";" 7 "; _; v ; " ,. v    ' . * ��i ���*    '��� ������' ��   ���, ������,',,i ������ ��� '  , Residential - Commercial  '^'ndLjstrlal Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  GUbsami 096-96��W  Serving Port Mollon to Pondp*- Harbour  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15o STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons. - 886-9852  Everything from Neecjles to  School Supplies.  PENINSULA SIPTIC TANK  SERVICE  pipmipit - f ff^ctive - On The Spot  San-ice.(  Coll 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5,:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  JOHN DE KLEER  Secheit, R.R. t Davia Bay Road  Phono 88,5-2050  I^OY & WAGENAAR  ,i;..'i:'.; .'..il^--.:>irtii"i**di���"  Marine Building - Secheit  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  I���.���!��������������������������     ������ ���     .1,1. M���W.l������1,11     ..I     ���l.lll-^WW.^.������������ ������,   ��������������� l��   ���������**- *��  At the Sign of the Chovron i  HILL S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mqchlno Shop ���Arc and Acty Woldlna  Steel Fabricating ����� Marino Ways  Automotive arp&; AAarln*^ Rapajlra,  Standard .Marirvo. Station.  Phoi^o 886-7721       R��. 886-9936, 886-93*6;  NEW LEGISLATION regarding sewage dis-  'posal, introduced by Order" In, Council  last August and now in effect, threatens to  freeze construction of new- building in  downtown Squamish. and'could have a similar effect in any area of the province  where the Water table or high water mark  of any body of water is less- than 4 feet  below ground surface at any time'.  Coast Garibaldi Union Board of-Health,  held an emergency meeting iri Gibsons on  'Monday, where Dr. Reynolds, Director of  the Health Unit stated that -he intends*-to  see that' tiie new regulations are enforced.  DANGER  Incidence of infectious hepatitis--in  Squamish is alarming and althoiigh pepple  are receiving the precautionary, injection of  gamma globulin, this, is no solution, and new  cases are still being reported. ^Efficient  sewage disposal is the only * solution.. In  downtown. Squamish, raw sewage is seep-,  ing into drainage ditches, stated tiie Director.  Squamish is situated in. the delta lands  of the Squamish. JRiver and in. winter tbe  water- table rises to* the surface and in  summer is- only three and-one half feet  below surface.  STALEMATE  Attending the. meeting were Councillor.  Norm Barr and Village Clerk Bill, Kennedy,  who   explained   that  the Municipality   of.  Squamish had public support for 'installation oi a municipal sewage system but the'  Provincial Government would'not guarantee the bonds at the interest rate which  could be obtained.  The Provincial,Government must either guarantee the bonds or  lend us the money, stated councillor Barr.  Squamish Municipal Council is seeking  the support of the Union Board of Health  and wished to have a sanitary survey made  of the Squamish area. The Board members  unanimously agreed to give support and  Dr. Reynolds stated that the minutes of  the meeting would be sent to Iktinister of  Health, Victoria, together with a letter. It  \va^ further agreed to send copies to the  Minister of Municipal Affairs and to the  M.L.A. representing Squamish and also  Hon. Isabel Dawson, Minister without Portfolio.     ,     '  Commissioner Ken Goddard, representing the Village of Gibsons, observed ]that  the new leg(sla,^on wi,U, affect cer-tain, areas  of Gibsons. a      ��� ;   '���  ALTERNATE   METHODS  discussing alternate sewage disposal  methods where ground conditions are,uri-  suitablo for an absorption field, Senior  Public Health Ins*>e9toj" H(. B, C^% stated  that 'ovon,'"'iffI'sott"; woro' placed on, a lot io  ����� depth, $ four^foot to comply with regula  tions, this'would not-be good^for, effluent  would still find its way into drainage  ditches and also conditions-are affected by  tide levels in niany areas.  Only acceptable measure would be  water-tight storage tanks which would require pumping out and would have to be  several times the nqmaj- storage' capacity.  Also there is another kystemAwhich." costs  about $1,0*00 and - involves ^motors and  guages which if they did not function would  render the system no more effective than  the'ilormal septic tank.        *-"  Councillor Barr, stated. <tbat anything  other than a municipal sewage system will  eventually be a waste of money a.nd is  costing the taxpayer more than the municipal fates will be.- ,  School Trustee Don Douglas commented  that if the (government is- tj6ing!:,'tp enforce  the'regulations it must be prepared to provide the necessary funds.   "'    ..  ing  seminars, board meetings and work shops  besides  meetings and ���work >'afc ihe j^3--  level.   A past president of Gibsons PTA,  Mrs. Volen'is'married with {two-'' children  attending school and a- daughterLwho'gradv  uated last year.  Her reasons for wishing  to continue her service to the district are ���  because she believes in contiiued progress,  in education, for the children "are-the ones  who must compete "with the* working ,force^  of  tomorrow.   The  education,* department  sets^ the curriculum and with realistic studjr  along, with consideration for 'those paying  taxesf it is possible to have .good schpols  - and good--courses which lead tof goodjefti-  zens and a good community.      , -   ���_ ���-'  Mrs. Volen believes that the 'knowledge  she has gained qualifies her to serve- the  community and, school pupils. .Voting takes  place at Gibsons Municipal Hall, December  9th.  A/  QMm PKE-OT^STRflAS  BASLC I-IULES  Of the thousands of bicycles in Canada,  the  greatest number belong to/ children.  -Any "youngster   wlro  is -given  tbis  two*  wheeled- vehicle should be taught the vbasicbt  rules  of  traffic  safety,   as  important- to  cyclists as to motorists.   He should understand that when he is. qi\ the road- he is a  driver with responsibilities." If - his home  town has safety classes for young riders .  given by the police department, .he should  ��� attehd'them. '   '   '  DO$R PRIZES,  All to go  Friday, 8 p.m. Dec. .Ik  SECHELT RESERVE HALL  *��� aV  Unrated tit&ejts 30^9 fe$T  Phone 885-9509 ��� 885-2851  Secheit Toteift CSufor  ii-Sf*^��*i>M����v����������w����y��inwntW*i-Mt*v>����W>w  faASWl.V  * SNOW  H  f-J'ASI'N*',  .GARY CLARKE * CHRIS NOEL >  ! 5,wi,��* five it ���"*�����*'  1' '   ,     A      . 1  fMYftif AMERICANS j BEAU BRUMMELS  DIM ANPDEE DEE*ij THE ASTRONAUTS!  iACMfwDGAYlE.'! 6Wii0So(UC$i  WED. 6  THUR. 7  FRI. 8  V  Storting  ot- 8  Out 10:50  Another  big  oil colqt  double  feoture  :3.%,.\' J'0.'7^9':W7.^^..: V7'''7':"iy^:'i^',if^ 7^"ii  :AXMSmt  a  K 1   .  i'^tJd.' '��� **-*  kTECHtilQQlQRX;  ii  AUNiVj-a^gtgy^.;.)^  TWILIGHT THEATRE - Gibsons - 886-2827      '' ,"'.','?'!" i'������"���'���      ; ��� ���'. 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( **/ may be wrong1, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be ngnt. ��     ^   penjnsuja Times.  4\mM0���M*Mf*0jr00m000r0Mm0fM+M0+00M0WM00M00M0000M000M00000000000000000**m*"m*"mM*'''*''"MMM*t'  13& year olds   ywotg adults  GRATIFYING though it is to^hear that   for we had no desire to hear of him  Editor, Xhe_Times:__    .     - AA,-  Sir.-JEte "Happenings at Elphie," Nov.  a number of students took . the  trouble to attend the-recent education  meeting at Elphinstone and, indeed,  quite adequately express their views on  some of the problems obviously existing  at Elphinstone High,,, it is extremely  doubtful if their comments will ever get  to second base. -  What too many educators and perhaps adults as a whole overlook is the  fact that a few years ago young people  were out working for a living, supporting  a wife and young family and in some  cases fighting for their country at the  age of eighteen. One might therefore  appreciate the feelings of those at or  near this age who have to suffer the  indignity of an oversized individual  confiscating any cigarettes he might  catch them with within the school  boundary yet complacently smokes himself.  This by no means indicates approval  of the smoking habit, particularly in the  case of those youngsters, who kid themselves they have to prove maturity by  means of a cigarette drooping from their  mouths. However, at the grade twelve  level, they are no longer childreri arid  having to undergo recrimination. It  would have been very simple for the  powers that be to label him as a solitary  trouble maker. He certainly is not that  for the situation has been discussed with  other students who have supported his  remarks. Should dthers choose to write  in also, then we would naturally publish  them, should they so wish.  One ominous fact emerging from the  recent Education meeting is that a 25  percent drop-out was reported in this  year's grade 12 class at Elphinstone  compared to 13 percent at Pender Har-  boiff. This would appear a serious  situation worthy of a thorough investigation by the Board of School Trustees.  It could well be that much of the problem exists through too much interference  by trustees in deciding policy, for after  all, they are not educators, neither are  they trained in school administration.  This is a job for-the experts and should  be entirely up to the principal for this  is why he is paid a substantial salary.  Should he fall down on the job, then the  time will have arrived for action by the  Board of Trustees. .  We have very good reason to believe  can hardly be expected to follow  like    the present trustees have played a large  sheep a number of Petty restrictions  imposed by one or two pompous people  who are incapable of setting an example  themselves. ���   '   .      ���  The smoking issue is, of course, but  one of the complaints and it is sufficient  to say we have on hand a letter from  one student who very ably expresses his'  views which are far from complimentary  to the. school. This student had the  courage to sign the letter which he  wished published.  We did not comply  part in formulating school policy and  consequently much qf todays problems  are not necessarily the fault of the  principal.  The coming election will see a number of changes on the School Board and  we would suggest at this time, a little  more thought be given to letting the  captain run his own ship, then should  the next graduation reveal a still  floundering vessel, the answer will be  obvious.  TlliasaJk y��m9 ��eandiiiavia  THANK you, Scandinavia.  ,   ^ ^ .    , _...,���_  -������-���:'':^ "Quite"  simple. It suddenly occurred to us that  we had not had an editorial on any  Scandinavian country or issue in we  don't remember when. And why is that?  Again, quite simply, because the good  folk who inhabit the five lands of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and  Sweden have learned to live in such  brotherly toleration with each other that  they seldom produce that type of raspy  news which calls forth editorials and  hews stories.  It is sometimes said that the Scandinavians .deserve little praise for this  "because they don't have the problems  e  which...other..wunMesMd peoples have."  This is true; in many cases they do not  have the same kind or magnitude of  social, economic, political, and emotional  problems. But that is only a small part  of the tale. The Scandinavians, like any  other land orfolk, OTuld, have enormous  problems if they allowed themselves to.  Instead, they have learned to compromise, to seek peaceful, orderly, constructive solutions. They have rhade mistakes,  but more often they have progressed.  They have whsttouisly cultivated a  quality of thought. and outlook which  encourages the. b%^t MJ then.  Thank you, Scandinavia, for the  example which you set in this troubled  world.  SINCE Betty Friedan wrote her bestseller, Feminine Mystique, detailing  just how men brain-washed women into  staying in the kitchen for so many centuries some women have had the uncomfortable feeling that she may be  right. Now we,have���in Canada���the  Royal  Commission  on  the   Status   o'f  WOTMeii  Women._ . . . .'  When the Commission became a  reality this spring, waves bf doubt and  praise swept the nation's press���at the  idea of women having their very own  government study.  One of the plus .factors hopefully  flowing out o��; the 'j hearings, may be a  heightening of^^dmeh's opinion,of them-  ' selves���a sensii of their own importance  and contribution )in the modern world.  M the correspondents for "Elphie.'Happenings" were f hoping to find something  "rotten" < to do to Pender students, they  accomplished their aim.  We presume the sponsors mentioned are  some Secheit Merchants and business  people who have been kind enough to purchase advertising space in our yearbook.  The yearbook staffs from our school  did not know that Elphinstone had staked  out their area any more than the merchants of Secheit seem to realize that they  shoiild not be guilty of contributing to the  Sakinaw.  We were not aware either.. that their  commitment to us prohibited them from  making a similar contribution to the Elphinstone effort IF THEY WISHED TO DO SO  Since our yearbooks have been receiving sponsorship from Secheit for at least  seven years, the yearbook staffs of the  Elphinstone what's its name have apparently been very remiss in the canvass of  their area, if this is the first they have  become aware of our invasion.  When the nominations are open for  "Mr. and Miss Big Mouth" of the year,  we heartily recommend the above mentioned correspondents for the top of the  list.  (iMiss) WENDY HATELY  (Miss) MAUREEN  GARDINER  Secheit booms  Editor, The Times:  JSir.���The cost of houses in our new  Regional District has. jumped about 20  percent. You don't believe it? Then ask  the people who are building at the, present  'time. -'���'���7 '      a  What does this mean to you? It means  that you can expect a building boom in  Secheit Village.  A. R. SIMPKINS,  Bricklayer.  Publicity helps  Editor, Tbe Times:  Sir.���As Secretary of the Sunshine Coast  Business and Professional Women's Club,  I'd-like.to take this opportunity in thanking  you most heartily for the excellent co-operation you have given our club publicity-  wise since its inception.  The publicity you have given us through  your fine paper has helped considerably to  promote the "aims of our club " and is  appreciated by each and every member.  TTiank you again.  (Mrs.) DOREEN LEE,  Secretary.   Shqnjgri^  ,__���_ ���,;_  Editor, The Times:  Sir���When I return at weekends from  U.B.C. to the Peninsula, I pick up our  local papers to see what is cooking in my  home area. I have been troubled to read.  two news items these last few weeks���one  on Secheit. teachers' selfish demands for  wage increases���and one on the district's  being over teacher entitlement.  . When I : read the first, recalling the  settlement, two. years. ago in ..a. two year  contract^ which, resulted in a ��� situation  which, this year, put our Secheit teachers  in a salary position lower than that of our  sister districts, Powell River and Squam-  isfy* I felt that the "Secheit teachers were  being made, unnecessarily, the butt of a  half-reported story*  Our fair wages and equal standing in  salary matters with" Powell River and  Squamish,. is, of great interest to teachers  contemplating application for work in this  area. .Our fair sized classes, too, are really  impressing the prospective teachers, who  know that to teach well and to assist the  individual child as much as possible, a  class of reasonable small, members is one  of the most important helps.  I am attending the University of British  al       .   _F��|&��1?S  f OrBBer    In the.past womenhave, ha,d a distress-, (Columbia this year with the support of our  LITTW. CROSS  ���by Dorothy Swinncy  ���Twas on the day of Armistice,  The troops again were met,  The vicar in his stately robes'  Gave splendor to the set.  i  The pipes resounded mournfully  The groups assumed their place  With regal floral tributes all,'       ���'?'    .' \ ���  Por each appointed space. ,   ' ,',    ,,'  Tiie flag was Jowprcddownitho mast -  And on the legion green     . ���  A little cross lay cast aside  Forgotten, yet serene.  The grey heads bowt;d on tunicH blue >. A  Where service metals gleamed i,' V  And each remembered buddies gone, '  But yesterday it teemed, p......,.,,.-..  #��**>�������: ��S*ffi**t^l*i��*����*��*"'  I The wrenihswcrepliiccd^wlth reverence  , , upon the cenotaph '  ,-.'., Hut liltlocrosi lay silent (here  y As the ranks filed past,   '*.  ,'   . ' ���  ���    V,        ,    '    .,��� '   ,.  ,.  j , . ���.������!'������.������������"������ ���     V       '���'���'���     ' I--''  '���;; ��� And ns the )��st of all the host, ,  1 Had entered In the hall  >','', A kindly man guvo Jlttlc cross '  . ,., 'Jlicflnwt place of nil.  J. . From where, camo little crews \o day  ij;'' Which iflionc with henven'w beam, A  '  ,' ' And wJjo was il that placed j, Uicrq,  ��� !���' Upon the Jcglon green?  l.��i.M��.mi��....ii.i��n��.��.~.^-����� ���,  n't ii i in nn' l  ;;:-��� The Peninsum^TIwwa~  ������,:, Published Wednesdays at Scchclt  .   ' on D.C,Vfumshknc Coust  :,:: ���    ' '"., ..ty ....   ,...'  v l  "\X; <    Scchclt Peninsula tlmcfl Ud.  :���r: -a.���- A���.iAi..,A, ...;.jBw.a3j|W.1j^|,^r....j5)Qiw--^.f����^.-  . j; . ���  .- -   - ���;-��������������- (faugf&rtrfyftteterrBdlwr''������**^^  [  j S. B, AUsard, Publisher      ,  '��.*' Subscription Rn(e��; (in advance)  ���luh   ������    t Yew, *5 ��� 2 Yc��n, $9 v y Ycmi, $13  f-/.'      , ..   A U.S. nod Foreign, $5.50  '/.'���', Eervlnft the area from Fort Mellon to Rgmr ,  i;,',   A   , ,   iff owe hound to ler\*l��Met) i   >  ?'t' **     .   .a     ��� INail|M^'1)|Mlft'''MilMMIt*^ ,,  ���'It'. ,'".*' ]>  ^J^-JI-'^J^Il^-W^S*1^* �����*.** VM-**-1*---* l^'llt^l^^'^*'^**'  I'i >   : '���������   '  ing tendency to,downgrade their abilities'  and effectiveness;both inside and outside  the home sphere-^ahii men have believed  them., \,;..;i:;'';��� V7 ���:������' '���':     ���  Much haslhajp^hedih the 50 years  since women got the. vote. Two world  wars, ithe atomic' agef the pill, enlarged  job and ��� educational v opportunities,  streamlined hpu&wtirk, v upheaval from  rural to urban, ,to high, rise Hying, and  jthe gradual disintegration of traditional  religious and moral values have left their  ".'Wt* a"''1*.. y7 *.f','���. i"'jl ''       ���;'.��� '  .���imark.'On/b^scXes.,^ ,,._.,;,., -. ���; _ ������ ���  But ^setting up the study is a brilliant  rnbvc: What it really amounts to is a  national group" therapy session; iFor the  next few montlis, during committee hearings, CBhadfe^are'goihg to "think, talk,  fight and read about the many facets of  women and the family. Ferhaps in the  end, when the report isv published, >e  will all feci relieved and .cleansed.  IlE..qi.y.ESi���USXOM.EQlix,.  district's School Board. As a teacher on  leave of absence in this way;. I find I am  a kind of ambassador for our, district. My  instructors and fellow education-students  are greatly impressed by our School  Board's sponsorship of its teachers, in this  .way.':,       ��� a  ��� They are impressed too by the area's  hiring of teachers over-entitlement. University instructors and education students  alike arc extremely alive to, the provision  of smaller classes. I was really happy to  bo able to say at U.B;C. that thcrO wore  ^io over-stocked classes "irrour -area  "It's for your own good, smoking is a  stupid, costly habit aiid also bad for  your health."   .  Cehtre---ahd that they need have no  qualms on taking a practicism here, because our district had.taken step>*to provide  films, filmstrips, pictures, etc.-rhas made  several want to "apply here "for teaching  practice.    A . ,   .  Every forward ystep our .School Board.  takes, every tax-dollar in this area spent  on education, sets our district in a more  greatly respebted position. These benefits  will attract the best quality teachers to us.  We need them for our .cttttdren. I'd like  to flaunt our area's generosity in education. Let's" not have bur local papers  report it in a negative way; i  ���_ ���-=-".'     "        JOAN WARN.  Our "Ambassador" is obviously unaware  that the one item "referred, "to was an  official news release from; the ^school board  and the second a factual report. She also  overlooks the fact that the Times followed  up with a release from the local teachers.  ���Editor...  . .��� >......X���,.>���>.n..:   ...    ���>.    >   . ..��� ....j.    ...  Thanks in order  ;i  EditorAThe. Tiines:   ^  /       \    :  Sir-^Instead pf cussing de, Gaulle we  ought to thank him, and thank God for  animating him fto stop Britain from joining  the European Common Market. It would  be Britain's death as a sovereign nation if  she joined.���-and maybe his interference into Canadian affairs will drive the French  Canadians, who are after ah mostly from  Norman, and Breton, stock, and therefore  closely akin to' Angro-Saxondom, if only  they knew it, back into the Canadian fold,  rather,than risk joining up with the volatile,  unpredictable French nation under de  Gaulle's leadership. Hats off to the old  warrior,'"' .;';;   ',' \''''. ������ "  ";     E. W. ABRAHAM.  ^Vr^t^^^W^i**^'*?    ROMP   ARE   condutfingla   Safe^Brmng  sponsoredJ>y_the^Cahatdian_mghway_Saf?fy_-  Councii, and during this period police wm  maintain, extra vigilance. , The idea is not  to obtain" extra charges but;to encourage  motorists and other road users to exercise  extreme caution at all times. .,*...  Members of the detachment report that  since January 1st, 1967, there have been  a total of 105i accidents in the Secheit area  in which 33 persons were., injured. Total  damage amounted to $60,150 but fortunately there were no highway deaths.-  Prosecutions during last Safe Driving  Week amounted to twenty-one.  Statement from Prime Minister L. B.  Pearson regarding the present program  emphasized the need of every driver to  accept his responsibilities while driving.  He says: "A nations well being is usually  gauged by the amount of security enjoyed  by the citizens. One of the major threats  to Canada's papulation is the senseless killing and maiming that continues to take  place on the country's highways and  streets.  "The problem is serious and must be  solved. However, we cannot expect any  single individual group or government to  accomplish this* alone. Total participation  by all is needed. ���  "During Safe-Driving Week, the Canadian Highway Safety Council impresses on  Canadian motorists and, pedestrians the  fact that they must too do their share.  "It is my hope that every Canadian with  a sense 'of responsibility wiU take it upon  himself to support the Council in Safe-  Driving Week and help free Canada's highways and streets from the stigma of death  and crippling injury that has come to  characterize them."  West Secheit School  for Area B electors  FOR THE benefit of Area B Regional  Board voters, Chairman Norm Watson  points out that the West Secheit Polling  Booth is located at the West Secheit School  situated at the top of either Mason or  Nor West Roads. The other polling booth  for Area B will be the HaKmoon Bay Post  k^*��*u&iii��<-._^li�� *i 1    Office. . '   ���    '  Tw3  Special low rates for women���  one good reason to  JjOOKA^  with us-nowl  .*.  ���t.  V  THB  Great-West Life  ,.      ASSURANCe COMPAHV  A**' .���'���AA'    '��� * ^a_^_H'i";ir; %,��}�� ���  ���"-*"~y ������; %jrta-"; ">  jfour toy to rpiarmrteed flnancld sew  For further informotion write to,  -B<lx^00 GIBSONS  WATCH DRUGS  Don't take drugs "you're not familiar  with or are not prescribed, for you by your  physician. There are some drugs on the  market that can cause diabetes in a person  hot under' a doctor's care while taking  them. Drugs prescribed by your friends  ��� x}K,; other members of thtj family may bo  -���._a-_.H 00       m**^i4, '   itnli _    n Vi/)  .    0m0\a*\0lL.   0% elk ��� **. ,*h _    111 tMiA o rt.      Ai.***�� .  To*be ��\ble .to. tell my..classmates'.-thatr,   wrong -for l.y'ou- an&'�� could** cajuse- Illness or  Wo have a District'Library and Resource   even death,.,   , ,, ��� ,,  Tom  We managed to buy a -factories  clearance of this Famous Manufacturers  FROSTCLEAR REFRIGERATOR  and matching RANGE  "Blessed arc ihcylhni mourn, for tlicy  shnll be'comforicd."    a '   ,  V\h Is one of iho pualing sayings of  Jesus. It could mean among otficr ..things, that  our ehpnclly to experience grief Is the measure  'of our capacity to experience happiness. If wo  cannot feci $xk( deeply, then our happiness  will be siipcrflclnl.  Moreover, deepest jjricf can bo followed  by Krcatcst happiness, When we nro overwhelmed witli sbrrow, wc arc left helpless and  In desperate need of a Friend. While appreciating the klndncn�� that human friends may  glye, we know that human aid is not nearly  MUlTlcicni,  ~*|'j'f";ft',^  KOur'cc of adequate comfort���the only one who  can be with lis "always and give ns hope,  (.ucngili, victory, peace and encouragement to  ,��carry.^.on�����And���..t|iiko.��Mp,.,..our���,dutlc��,,.,a^  ^jufn^.to^Jesus,,^  Presence gives us deep and abiding happiness,  enabling us to overcome our grief, "Jllcsscd  are they that moprn for they shall be comforted." ,  ���W. M, Cameron,  "     (United Church ol Canada)  VOTE  ,. : .      I      , ( , . ���, ^    ' ,  WISELY  ���#***    Pf"   ; **������ '^l**'"^ ********l ***��*����?i*     ***��i  ���i��(��ftaftihPiaftiM����Jtoi<i��>i*<e!iil*1  ^wyiUj-U  WilK^^W^?'^M^I*(^l|*���*��*s*,*'**'t,''  Tfi*.ro arfl tlioia 'for' and, those against,  the Rofllonal District concept but In Qcncrnl  prlnclplo Itmuft fco admitted that It la tho  only vehicle with Ayhlch bodly ncodod iorv��  lcc�� will bo eitobllihed'on tho Pcnlmula.  ,1 pcrfonally feci the present appointed director hoyo'laid'tho foundation itono  upon which, with sensible and rosponilblo guidance, will Wolva a baraalnlnu body  capable of not only providing added iorvlcci and *aellltlo�� but, with careful attention  to tho pmtso strings, will bring those projects Into being without too seriously affecting  tbe present Mill rate,  In thl�� respect I would say, piy nlno years cxpcrlor-co on the Hospital Board, *>tlll  In goad stead,  lorn also presently honoured In Holding tjie position of Chairman of  the Selma Park Community Centre, and employed In t'h�� fldycitlslng department of,  the Peninsula Times.   , "['    '' v   ;',",,,,���,; ,   ;,.,.  During the pest year, Area C In tho Regional PUtrict has boon represented by a  man #ivm*it**tbtrd,lstricrirhkh barn Includos  .fbafrd.*trl��t.i��m:tba'$��<heltboMn4atytO'W^ '  I have resided In Area C for the pail 15 year* and pledgo myself, If elected to  offlco, to work ta tho best of my ability for those I rupresent and tba Peninsula as  a whole,, >'��� ***���,*,��. ���  ��� -* ��� *,���-   ,'t*-��i*iuf*  No Frost Ever  30" Fully Deluxe  1ftiM^WMl#*S��w4iM1**l'-  ON DECEMBER 9th VOTE HARVEY P, HUBBS X FOR REGIONAL BOARO DIRECTOR  ,        r ,      ............ 'M.'*��. ,,.�� a .. * ���-��� ......,..*. ,i .... ���........ ���,..  ��****>��*****,**��***��***��******i*^^  \  '   ,1537 ; '  * 1221 lb. Froiit Clear Fwexor  ��l<  10 year guarantee on tho  i   ocalod unit  * You never havo fo defrost thin  beauty,  -Mit-$449;95-  J       .WITH,TRADE  -* riow High Speed Elements  * Rofissorio  ' ' 'i  * 3 year clement gtiarantQQ  ���H ,Tako-oH door for caiy cleaning. .,.  ..*.   Xlstvl|;399.95���*���~-a-r.:~A.,._  $349.95  GOOD-WORKING ORDER  SPECIAL  WITH TRADE  IN  PARKER'S HARDWARE LTD.  Cowrio Stro^ Scchclt, B,C.  Phorio 085-2171  .���W,v,;&��ty, ^j^'j.^ii^^^ j j*  ,-, p*Ma'l-*pH��! ^?sr SH��4* Af I*'*  !H��li0mH!(*������^��*"��|**fI ���j** '"V nHj-fl".  �� ' /  III  f   .  I  I ,.**,*,,,I   . ���, I !     Ml'  ��� lflL. J*** Won. , .,* ,  * *, uf ua(jqtt6ger^'ithe^efekehdr' Aity&\theaar  , A^Cbhstmas/pantonjime >in three* acts/ .wei-e ^ckr/Tejiipler -vviih" ftcVi^ttlli.  '.���Hearts- arid * Flowers," 'teceivek -. a warm arid t�� B*rt# $f n V��B��es. /Mr. /^m*}! v*  reCeption.^vTh6se:Making' part '/were? Janet Char%;Co^han>,,i Mr.r a^d^Mtsi, llffi.r.  Alter,? ^latiche McCrady, Vie tynds, Olitre ^hoiade^^rid $itt and Hon, fiptm. A% a jjfr  Clear* Matf Tinkley,* Vjrlo vWilkihson,>Heleh ,'���,Becent guests ��� pf Mr. ,and ]Mrs.^Jla#  Moffatt._,The singing, in'which the>audienc'e McjLeaii,,Were. thet^Jsqii'Noryi_ rwith"liii  C*W    a   *   *��� V  iW^to Tsf V  X \%\X.  V77  ,\'4/AJ  K P77&  . X>4.P I  0���Mf  J^J*ii7  a t^Jk  17^rm  p,ft^ xi ���������*  *   y<X\WA!t  IX y&yH*--  V*'t       <V u< -Ait!!  A !    ���'��� MW?  '   %?  ,   <*ftf/4  a 1   <* * .** ii?  ,   ��� ^  --5,a rMiv^iffA^idS' v^-i^A  a^a*. as       n       V1 n *  '   a* 1     'j    *<"��* I  < j**, A    * ** " * ^  r    *,-w> *"*��� 1    *v ^.*i  "r*V��    a-;**    -* fAK  ll) Li��� -    --  Vi'***  1jv  A4 A  ^-*  pgp_nppap_p_i  'vs  PW��  HNDAL HOMES  m;:.,a.^*  Q*$l  NHA Approved  ��l        ^  culties in fihding time to scheiiule^racUces ^&-jkhg  and is finding one'per week inadeauate bu|a fc^T^A  they are Oreparing' to " blow 'uplji Jlively fa&M  storm for:tbe:coRce^. .,. _:.. ,^tl lf! ��� f2t  Elphinstone's new Glee Club conducted ?���?*�����"  by Mr. Cyril Portman although small anfl, ?%$$.  very-new has-agreed to take part^aivtrMr^. f^  Diane .Laird, has "some* l��ht-toedCScottisli  dancers to add sparkle to the program.  fete -*f ftrt^-M  f,4y Jr  " it'<* '  Si'"-1"   '  GIBSONS. B.C.  WHY If NT?  Your Present  Rent Can Buy  You Your ...  DREAM  >*    ifiii"    , t a 1  HQME  POSTPONEMENT  The iUustrated tirtk planned by the Ar^  Council for December 6 at which Mr. H.f  Klyne Headley was to have told of his  meetings last,, summer with leading Europ- ,9  ean music educators and its significance tp '^  this school district has been postponed untijl  after Christmas.  r  jhMmw*mvw**m*wmnmmv*��wv��mim*iV***��w��mmwwii��  t       * f    /2^a?1^ ~^a*   A^f       J6." /Aya .* 1  COMING: SOON  a-.  ��aiai*r-MM��vu<*nu\>  .loWXTmw  ^S  ; -i   /��.vmu.i  *   *     j  ***���  a. P  THE TWILIGHT  ,      ,   /     *'__'���***'���'.����"**.  a *��**J*<��i *<<**���>* *^i>i>��*ij*i*>*i^��^w^iiii��>irj*^niirir  .,ra��an r-'a ' -   w \? ?- ��-^*  *  ���"���    T-'J.- -      S   v    a   .... -  i    ".*���������  ^jv  A" ^{ly;  �����f.   "V it   *  j*  |.,*<a'w  mum  - J  It j        i  -j'S *.-���������.%  ^  ���/ A'  ��� *. *i  t  ^.J" a  v-tj  /js iAXXXv^AOzV  \ v  mm* '&m&:im;77m  Af  X"   tt^X  A"teA  WINS AN ELECTRIC TRAIN VALUED AT $40.00  rt    i s     i   <* '���.._     -1:2:       r     ��    , ',t*        t ,T .-]">  IN OUR  _iy  .****. 5*i   ^>^.  <j�� jr /  v A   s  WHAT AM I CONTEST  y      ^ ri ^-Vl  f ,'f ���,*i i I  -^feAGH WEEK A CLUE V/I^^E^lV^Td W^f AM l.v ^ a A ^, A|  ~WHATAMlWiaBEDISPt^\YlED,lHfTHE%tOR^ v 7'7 ^1  ���WHAT AM I, WILL CHANGE PIECES OFTEN.    '        ,  ,   ,   y   *;  ^       f , �� ' t ;*     At    V'{',rt(     'l(�� ,   ,        rv        M 1  Enter as ofterfgs you like. But only b*> ififesefonrrts found in th%< (^ ^|  '    , Peninsu|ai Times or Coast'-hleWs.^  u     ��     "  DRAW WILL BE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th ot 4:00 p.m.  t-U  r-   V     -fi-  A-    -���  f   ������  '-- ' '   >- .      -Jost-ph- Benner *.*���_- ^ -,     . ^ -t       -t,   . .  One  of".the,bek-vknown mefl.on  the. ^ ^^fW;.   _.���  Sunshine -Coast, Joe fienner^has been active A director in the logging jcompany, of  in- almost - all-organizations -in-"fee, area. M & W Logg|ng^Charlers,(Chuck) Rodway  Charter-President-of-^both- -Kinsmen -and bas resided'in-slhe district for-some years  Lions Clubs, he is an executive ^member during which time he bas played an active  of the Chamber of Commerce, past presid- Part io the community, a One of r thfe long  ent of the Secheit Recreation Committee brae members of the Sunshine Coast lions  and ran as candidate iathe last-Provincial , Club, be h^ played a major part inv almost  election as a Liberal, a He Jhas -already , ?H the projects" undertaken by ttie club,  served a two* year, term on council wMfcb including:,^ annual' Old Age Pensioner's  gives ^him valuable experience. He seeks * trip to Clpwhome to which he dohates.use"  officers Cbairpiap and^runs against Bill of one -ot" tbe company'' boats - beside  S^,ain.'r: ,; ^ I ;;,. _.���^ ,Ai. actively working on toe evdrft. ��e|is ^also  ^ ' -    f,   extremely 'interested' in yndth and^pres-  THIS WEEK'S CLUE: - -a .��    - A  PINK IS FOR GIRLS BUT MY COLOR IS BLUE  MY NAME COULD VERY WELL BE FIDO   . .  YOU MIGHT SAY���I HAVE FOURS    a? ,  YOU CAN TELl, I AM SOFT $Y MY NAME  BUT EVEN |r IT Tl|RH^ $m C^XA      ,  ^vl  'A   V-  MY NOSE WON^t T��RN fe|0|  2 <--���.',  ti- i..  " a    . 'V     A    v ^ * J    "A-* V--A* ������    A, . *>^ ,*< ** *    *��� 7 ap       L       4f      ,   ���."'���*  , ,���just cpP/A# ;$$GR m^l# P^W, jQX-%;V7tv ',#  '      A.   '  ?fl AXA7'?&ii^X^?'"y-i-f,i, ' eiitly eMcMn. a juiiior sdecer'teaci.  ZZT    A %.s   vsr. f<1 r-'U iia-.j-^HBl.-,   . ti '    *     - ���ljl    "  ?*��� v * \ . 'V J ,�� j  "-NAMF '      "   'n'     ^'s'^-'-'.     **^-ff*   ''*-"    "**/**ti      ���'���^  w    '/Vf|'V|  i    Ayw   A  A- ��:'   -^ *,.-!-' r, {A I  !<V5a  ROBERTS CRCCK credit union  ANNOUNCES .  COLLECTION OFFICE  IN GIBSONS  PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNTS OF ALL KINDS  '    CHEQUING ACCOUNT DEPOSITS'  MAY NOW BE MADE'  At  i  PENINSULA TIMES OFFICE  Seaside Plaza - Gower Point Rood  ADDRESS  /  - <��� A  a     A,  PHONE  SS"   a.  ��   i       >-*  ,(    (  m*i*m&44mm.  PEfoN&ULA TlMEh  ���^^*f*4m*^~r��m*Ym*rW''7mr'  I      7s  "Times" AdBriefs  Will sell - buy - rent  trade!  ��  a A       VW   JS     .   ��� ���  I   I  $dy Itou Sat? It In fThe tinie^  y      v.       i    ,A  ,    A    *���  "��   ' '  i   ���  ��� u' [.{r.'-A'W-  'a' V,  I  f I  Hours 9-5  Tuesday-Saturday Inclusive  l-**lM-��-*Mta****ttMM***>|��-W-j^*-  -J   COME IN AND SEE OUR LOADS OF  CHRISTMAS SPECIALS  -& Largo selection of swivel rockers ahd   ''"'/"'-rctcliners.' '���'��� "zx:at,��������������-* ����� ���  ���A1- JBeautiful hand carvings from Africa,  India, China etc.  '���jAr Lamps of oil descriptions,  -r^and^many^many^m0r&^'  Winrmnnnnr0V4i ��v��yy*i-iv*��wlyi'i��*-vrifwvwyi>*��*orOTnnofw-*t  FREE TURKEY DRAW  William Swain  William (Bill) Swain1 stands again for  Chairman of Secheit Council on completion  of p one year term serving oot the time of  tho previous chairman who resigned a year  ago. Mr. Swain had previously served on  council but until lost year had been taking  a well earned rest from public affairs.  Born in England, he resided for some years  In tho United States a,nd Vancouver before  moving to the Peninsula seventeen yoars  ago. JHo is a partner in C & S Sales Ltd.,  Seche|t.  raSTMAS SEALS FOT ID  EFFECTIVE JANUARY W, 1968  theCariada  i*��, *.*(*t l*t*��o��taW  *�� ��****w y^��  G 0KSE5 RKPWATOSY DISEASES  COMPARE OUR PRICES  JAY BEE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES  Phono 886-2346  ension Plan is  one year younger  NOW YOU CAN BENEFIT AT AGE 67  Nov- you can qMolify for your itytaiftwjt pension undet \%$ Canada Pension  Plari ono year sarlier. At ago 67. If you^ been coni^bntinft to ft* C&pada  Pcnsi9n Plan, and if you've retirxcl from ^gular <?mpfoyracnt�� contact your  Canada Pension Plan Offlco no\y, Tbo friendly s^aff will help you fill opt #����  implication form that mm your pension cheques coming* Thoy'H^plain  - te 3TO P?"8^!1 .*�� iW bu^nAwhen yo* hecomo digiWcVo^tt get nU  tho answers to questions about your retirement pension, Payment ft nq$ nwt��h  m^tio, To receivi? yonr pension benefits, you must apply, Application i^onW bft  made in tho Canada Pension Plan Offlco serving your conminnity,  i  NOTES IF YOU ARE AGE ?0 Oft OVEft, A^ID HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE <?AMA��)A  PENSION PLAN, YOU DONT HAVfe TO REtlRE TO QliAUFY FOR BENENT9,  YOUR DISTRICT ANiKACoi^ ���       "'.,' [Z'  V|!?JSR,A*-R(oom413, Cranbroolcr*e-10thAvomieS.  StS!;   > P,,ONB38��"8411 Castloaa^OOBColumWaAvo, .  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MM^fMPMMMf*  ��     -    bihwi**^- y-i * i*y- ���#  , t��* sj iw t   (i*'t��)KAt-i^isi ��   (i-l sw.^bi^  I       i '  V , *  fsoucligUtiUlnnyttmor  ���' ��� Jhli ��dy��ill��m��nl It rtot'puhllil-id or itlipltyiid  ,,    feythtUq����f m^hgj'g*w*?'h��Oowfnm-int  .*M*j.��H*�� * luf -  i    i  I. >.  r  k     'I 'a  i .'-I'  I-'1'!'!  ,     jAw  . id.  ......      -. ^    ���a]      jjj,   |   ...  . .., y   , ]>' A1,,  i   ' iih/1'  .  )  , i ' :���������>,t  '.      ���r;*'!.,i  *\ ' t' la(,*'��  ,        ',f.'S|(  1 MX  7,       .      yi)  ��� M}  ���i ��**M��i'.W-IWt"tt*.  > 11-1*3.0arfif(i,��V*H'*�� *��*'t**ll4  AA  lf,**i,v-  J 'jV*A(  t'jdi'Jji  I'.'K'j';  m  njtA&aflbf&ft *htf*rtir^F*.'firt*-ft��**V)fJ*.^��ilfli.|Y����l n  ��� jni-Wfti^^Hlf-itWI *hH.a-<Wt fi^^-ri^t 1-.  J^E?.TH1?EPAPTPW0P NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE,  THE HflN, ALLAN J, MAfcEACHEN, MINISTER,  ���JX-J'*  *f��M*��*H**'MMH*i��*T**i  ������* ���'">l * :".  ..���.s*!   ....,���,���') . i iiii.i".-!* n ��� ti|' J: |�� . I(. - a ��� '    ���   i,/    '       , i a ', v  ���i��A I.I  'j.  i i>  i   I'   i  *   t, ���*;*-*.   ���%   *   4   ���y'"*.   A   ���   *   ��J   *   i*   *  *V#|*A   *    * ,��    Iv   1 7' t  ' i   AV.'   .i,'i'.'���,'!������ -.* ('/ i-.r!.',!!.''!1'-'  |.   i   S'*������*.���'   >   i   \   )   \  ��   *   *   ��   k   .   .   .   .   .   i, ,<���   k   l  ..    ,  t' ��' s  ���   *, y    ���   ��  ��   *.. v l,f   f   *,  ��   ���   ���   .   *,  ��   i   ��   .   |, .J  k |>  k   ,   a   ���,  s   .   I, ��   ���   (   k   '   ��   <   < ,��   a, ft  \i 'J ��k        I      4  , / ��� v a A, \ !,,-i.'     .���,..:' :��� ���������'������;.���.-j ,''���'���'��� 'mi   .'T,AvV"'i ���     ' >��� i. "'h. iilL'fr*.)] -  ���'**>  -l  A.*  -r-rtrr-  * XX-  \r\  '"   '  .               '1 .                    1  1*  j  '     W  ,,V" \   >    , .  1.1. .  -l,,u'V!l^rM^^rilr}J:'*,^��,:,lff.V:  Madeira. Marina  expands  Further expansion takes place at Clay. Ground floor houses a corn-  Madeira Park clearly emphasizing plete repair shop, show room and  tfte growth in the area, particularly parts department, the upper floor  in the resort and marine district, will be uie new home,of the Clays  Seen above is the laj*ge new marine who with a growing: family decided  service department at Madeira Mar- the time has arrived for larger living  ina, operated by Harold and Joyce quarters.  Marine headquarters  Fvfie selection of marine accessories  'ments on the Sunshine Coast, as seen  and parts together with boats,and   in this interior view of part of the  motors are featured in what is one  of j the largest marine service depart-  Madeira-Marina expansion. at Madeira Park.  '��-?", ~,<a^ -A  :/ A"<  nW-a   -* Ja i"*"* ~cii7 *     *~ *     .,   y-    '  :ff i'��.i\i �����*��� > v* X't\��-  fkV** *  i * 7       a * ���** * *+k _. .     I \  f r ���*���    *,�� ���*-*�����  S*J 'i'W ���wV^I'S^a'- ������� n^lJ*fr**OTl_M__  Parts department  Hiard at work in the parts depart- and accessories prior to the grand  ment'of  his  new  marine  service opening   of the project,   Saturday,  Jjuilding at Madeira Park, operator December 9th, at which a  cordial  of Madeira,,Marina, Harold Clay is invitation   has been   extended? to  seen checking his long list of parts residents of the Sunshine Coast.  >V'/   .1     t]''  !7'XA_'  '���''"'  .'.'���'*���"'"   '   '     '    I     ':''   '"''.   ,!'.'_'-'''    '���   "/*���.''' *  '>**��*��,**.��# tfWJt��lsfl^t��l  i     t  '    M  Engineering deportment  Expansions certainly do not mean occasion Harold Clay is'occupied In  easing of one's worldng day, in fact a job at which ho is well qualified,  quite the contrary for such growth the   maintenance   of   ah   Evinrude  eim|>ly means more  business  and motor. ��� A-  fftcftt-^, variety of chores.   Oh this  ���     -���*      *��� - -   l :     ' ; *  ^jja I*)* I*) ^H<V**^f*W^ljll#*-*W*J�� *  tffin ,    ' .,   i,  " l��f*l"  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  H.'r.  Secholt 085-2214  Toll Fran from Vancouver 685*4922  \'   t    ' "'   A  /-'      1.    ��*'  C  AnA;'"    ���  > fl')i  '���    .t  Sechell & Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  (Boyiboro Inn)  fi n  '- f v.  ���;�����, a '���  f   ,i   ���   r  MM  ****>������    ,,i .   ��� ..i./*.*!.��' ��*, ,  mm,.^. ^.yi^afa^^rta#��** W?T*#W<# p.**.iW�� a.*.,., tfw~  New channels help-. \\ .    ,.  /��� f  nsl-unl diiEifiairales  salmon; much of it,redirect-destruction,   Page A-6  of  spawning t grounds' byV,draj_giing 10gs>*        Wedne  through the streams, building, roads, along  ���  The Peninsula Timos  Wednesday,* December 6, 1967   '  eitfir�� lifs d salmdii  2SJ^'  f^ui��?^  across riarrow  ,prowbite ionstrucUon ^'dams ra salmon  -Watexways_jand_the���dtmag-Jof���free^-or    rivers: " ��� ���> ���'  -5SS?_J??L ^SHJ^^J^S^ ^���-Biologiste^nd-engineeiB-have-made bak  "HOW'S THE fishing today?"  "No fish around . . ." '  ���These statements can be heard almost ���  any day wherever fishermen gather ... at  marina, launching pad, or sudside.  And invariably an oldtimesr (of perhaps  no more than fifteen or twenty years'  standing) will recall the days when "we  used to "decide how many salmon we needed before we evei* went out on the water .  . . .and assoon as we got th&t many, we'd'*  quit fishing and just picnic or ride around."  Today, the enemies of the salmon family  have begun to show their strength. These ���  enemies���pollution, predation, people and  nature���'have cut down the silver population  of the seas to the point where it's an event  ,to get one's limit (four salmon) as against  the days just a few years back when there  was no limit.  Constant danger is the rule of life for  salmon. Attack by myriads of enemies is  relentless and the death toll is staggering.  Of the 3,000 eggs deposited by a sockeye,*-  about 100 will become fingeriingls and  travel to the sea. Qf these, 20 percent will  return as adults under the best conditions.  If ocean survival rates are poor, as few as  two or three percent will return.  Some of the hazards are man-made.  These include, water pollution, hydro-;  electric dams, logging operations, and of,  course fishing. But nature herself is the,  salmon's crudest enemy, for lethal changes  in fresh and salt water environments take  the greatest toll of young fish.  Salmon is a sensitive creature, and some  species are more susceptible than others  to injury through environmental changes.  The volume of water flowing in a stream  regulates the number of fish it can support.  In low flow periods, fewer fish survive,  because of fierce competition for food and  living space. Shallow water is far  more susceptible to extreme temperature  changes, and oxygen concentrations can be  rapidly reduced. Abnormally high stream  flows can be equally harmful, for,.floods  can eliminate stream bank vegetation  which contributes shade and is a source of  food, destroy food organisms in the stream,  and disturb spawning gravel. When floods  subside, fish are frequently stranded and  lost in isolated pools.  In many areas there is a shortage of  suitable gravel in-"-water-of sufficient depth  and flow. It is common to see a number  of spawning salmon fighting for the same  nesting site and often when this happens  the first eggs deposited are destroyed by  succeeding hest-diggers.  Silt and other organic matter such as  bark, -wood chips and leaves, can also be  harmful.  Knowledge of the salmon's life in the ���  ocean is scanty, and scientists find it very  difficult to predict ocean survival with any <  degree of accuracy.  If ithe salmon survives these environmental hazards, it must then face the ogre  of predation. Not only man enjoys the  inch taste of salmon���seals, sea lions, killer  whales and bears all take their share of  ���adult salmon, and birds and larger fish  prey on fry and fingerlings.      '  POLLUTION MOST FEARED  Of all the threats to the -existence of  salmon, pollution has become the most  feared. Scientists contend ('that water  pollution is potentially our: most critical  fisheries problem and warn; that unless  suitable safeguards' are made compulsory,  a burgeoning population could virtually  wipe out the salmon resource of British  Columbia.  Pollution can be defined as anything  which unnaturally alters the quality of  water, and there are two types���organic  and inorganic. The former refers to wastes  from sewage disposal systems, meat, fruit  and vegetable processing plants and sawmills.  During the decomposition of untreated  sewage in water, large quantities of oxygen  are used up, and often a stretch of stream  will become completely devoid of oxygen.  In addition, sewage sometimes releases  simple chemical compounds which act as  fertilizers for some aquatic plants, and  excessive algae or other plant growth can  kill salmon. The "death" of Lake Erie is  a classic exiample of a body of water  becoming excessively polluted by untreated  wastes..  Almost all of this pollution can be eliminated through artificial pretreatment of  wastes, which in effect compresses in time  and area the natural purification process of  Another extremely dangerous form of  pollution is that caused by the introduction  of inorganic wastes into the water. These  change the fish's environment radically  through physical or chemical action.  The effluent from pulp mills is one of  the most familiar of these types of pollutants, but they can also emanate from metal  plating- plants," fertilizer"$an^  of mine, or from any industry which includes in its waste dangerous chemical  compounds.  Modern detergents are another pollutant  that can be extremely harmful.  Logging   has   taken   a   heavy   toll  of  "dri ving~can��� erodeAstream" banks ."cause"  heavy silting which" destroys eggs and  bottom plants and' gouge ithe gravel beds,  making them useless to -'salmon. iWell  managed forests- can be superb soil and  water retainers, but extensive .clearcut  logging increases the run-off to dangerous  levels. These practices can cause extreme  fluctuations in water flows, from flash  floods / to a virtually dry stream, bank  erosion, silting and temperature extremes.  DAMS AND FISH INCOMPATIBLE  Dams are among the prime man-made  fish killers, and despite expenditure of many  millions of dollars and years of research,  no way has been devised to provide successful coexistence of high dams and large  salmon runs on the same river.  Fishways can pass fish up and down  over low danis, but their usefulness is  severely limited because they often cause  fatal delays in "migrations.  Even when adult fish successfully pass  a dam, they are faced with a huge lake or  reservoir which has replaced the, former  stream bed. Water temperatures have  been 'Changed, and the water is generaHy  so still and lacking in flow that the fish  find it impossible to navigate.  Similar problems face young salmon  fingerlings travelling downstream to the  sea. They have difficulty finding the spillway, and" the battering caused by the long  drop over the dams face, down the concrete fishway or through .the. turbiaes- is  frequently fatal.  With present knowledge there is no  solution to the problems of moving fish  back and forth oyer dams in commercially  significant quantities. The government of  British Columbia, heeding the warnings of  the industry, has enforced a policy which  portant progress in recent years., in their  efforts to control the natural hazards which  take such a heavy toll of salmon' in fresh  water. .Hatcheries have been used for  experiments and scientific study, but'have  not yet been .considered suitable for large-  scale reproduction of salmon in commercial  quantities in B.C. The most exciting prospects are contained in a new type of  environment control which combines the  best elements of the hatchery and the  natural spawning stream.  Although some installations, such as  those at the Big Qualicum and Fulton rivers  are designed to control water temperatures  as well as other factors, most spawning  channel developments merely control water  flow and provide ideal gravel conditions,  In cutting out the dangers of flooding,  drought and other hazards* of natural  streams, channels can boost egg*to-fry  survival rates as much as six to 10 times  %ver natural survival. *  The channels provide all the normal food  organisms found in a-natural stream, for  they are merely controlled extensions of a  stream. The flow and depth of water is  regulated, and the gravel is an ideal size  for spawning and egg incubation. The  dangers of bark or other materials smothering the eggs, of heavyy$ilting, or flash  flooding or of extreme low water are virtually eliminated; Tfeey also can provide  additional spawning areas for lakes not  fully utilized��jfor praising ^alnibnv  Artificial spawning''.channels are playing,  an important role, in efforts to sustain and  increase the salmon populations of British  Columbia. Potentially, they are the most  effective scientific weapon against the  salmon's natural and man-made enemies,  the streams.  ���n  CONGRATULATIONS  Harold and Joyce Clay on the Grand Opening of  their new Marine Service at Madeira Marina,  Madeira Park.  We were privileged with the Electrical Installation Contract.  NICK'S ELECTRIC & APPLIANCES  883-2516 - Electric Heal Specialist - Pender Harbour, B.C.  SEE WINRUBE MR '68  IN OUR WELL EQUIPPED SHOWROOM  To ensure happy, trouble free motor performance  visit Madeira Marina where we will be pleased to  welcome you.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Harold and Joyce Clay  extend a cordial invitation       v<  to all residents of the  Sunshine Coast to drop in during  the opening of their modern new  Marine Service, Saturday, December 9th  at 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m!  A/\lfEJS|Oy\UlAVE^)NEJOF-.THE.MOST-.UP-TaDAtE  MARINE SERVICING"DEFARTffiENT5"W"THF  SUNSHINE COAST,  Phono 883-2266  Madeira Park, B.C.  ��. JB^p-)-!* v llln ^HAA^tlti -a iU-Nni  fAl'-'fir *****  ^\��  I    f l  Hf 4 I \  *   #    *   �� U-  &���)  T&  .- -., -ll  f ���/". f***#- *r_A. *t v-4  <t  Night oriheVGeneralrf  for Sechelf TKeaiire   *  ONE  i>F  the most popular  movies "lor '  iriany   years / comes "TcPlhe   Secheit  Theatre - this^w^elc, -announces- proprietor --  John  HayesX Story  involves* the .sordid*  mUrder of ai Polish prositutc which would  not normally have aroused much attention'  in Warsaw in 1942, But in this case all the A  evidence is pointed to a, German General  as the murderer, or 'rather, to one jot three  generals: a corps commander, scion of(the,  old Germany; his,chief of staff, who concealed his true nature behind a mask of ,  flippant irony;  and a commander of the  elite Nibelungen Division,' who looked like  a statue portraying heroism.  A similar crime was committed in Paris *  in July 1944 when the same three generals  were assembled there; the - investigators'  were on the point of proving their case  when they were frustrated by the dramatic  ���Night of the Generals'*���the attempted coup  against Hitler. * -  But in 1956 a third murder occurred in  Dresden . . .  Christmas wedding  for Ingrid Bremer  WEDDING plans are announced for Ingrid  Karen Bremer, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Rolph Bremer, Oyster Bay, Pender  Harbour, and Dr. John Michael Grainge,  son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grainge, 11231  University Ave., Edmonton* The ceremony  will take place on December 23 at the  Church of^the Holy Family, Secheit.  Miss Bremer is a graduate of St. Paul's  Hospital School of Nursing and obtained  her degree of B.Sc. in Nursing at University d Alberta, Edmonton. Dr. Grainge,  too, is a 1967 graduate from University of  Alberta. Both are presently residing in  Ottawa.  CREDIT UNION OFFICE  CREDIT UNION BLDG. ��� SECHELT, B.C.  Saturday 10 a.m. -to 4 p.m.  Tue. to Fri. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  J��   <**���?-*   1 .*���> .<** V-V"*?   ��       {**���.-"���*��        'I        |"#*V  ) I *"       '  HE rENINSULA  nn . i. .i ..ii. i.i n   WedneaJay^Pecember 6,'1967  At Hackett Park .  Pegasus show good form  but go down to Mohawks  1   -u  Finished in '68 . . ���  FOR TftE fifth time this season Pegasus  F.C. wejre held goaless as they went  _down 2-0 to Willingdon Mohawks at Hackett  Park. Most of the credit for the shutout  must go to the Pegasus forward line who  when given the chance to shoot just failed  to do so.  Pegasus most certainly had the edge in  play in the opemng half ��� and were in good-  sconng position more than once but the  shots just never came. Using a combination of overlap and diagonal running they  turned the Mohawk defence inside out only  to miscite on the shooting. Showing more  speed to the ball than the Burnaby boys  New MB office towers  A I f ���**  fo be tallest in city  ;Ch^ Se\\T^^^ aren't goalhungry  t j tumty to pick up jiovel Christmas not ^^ j^^g a ��Be Wlld to goalkeeper"  presents and Chat With neighbours, day.   Tne  Monawks  entertained  no such  .  . Attending last weed's United Church ideas and went one up from a free kick  7    Women's Bazaar at Wilson Creek just outside the penalty area. They chipped  defence was under pressure. They "settled  <f��>wn and were once more able to moyib the  ball almost at will and agaiirblew chance  after chance After taing put in the*jj*lear  With no one within ten yards, they either  lost control, waited too long or elected to  pass to player who wasn't m as good 'a  scoring position At the other end, the  Burnaby lads, who had nothing like as  many chances, hammered-their second goal  on a low drive that was in the back of the  net before" the goalie could^oioye.   ,  Final score: Pegasus F.C* 0, Willingdon  Mohawks 2 Verdict Two more"1 home  points   thrown  away   because, the   "Pegs'  ���fiivinwmwmuwirmmBmwwmmwimmnmmKtuwnwumnntmry  ���*v- was   Mrs.   Dick  Ellis   (right)   from the ball over the Pegasus 'wall' and the  A Kinistino, Sask., seen chatting with Mohawk player hit a high shot that caught  ��� - U.C.W. President Mrs   J. De Kleer Bob Watson going %e wrong way   Half-  .        whilp MU<i H   r��mnhpll   n<��flf*ATiP<i<: time: Pegasus F.C. 0, W.P. Mohawks 1.  MACMILLAN  Bloedel's  new head  office   the  largest climbing cranes  in  western    ���fli%    imLJ*  YSSSai   rwSt    ���Ti '   Burnaby started to move a little better  building currently being constructed at    Canada,  each eapaWe   of   lifting   6,000 - Ui  ol- f?an f, un��ea  ^nurcn,   wei- ^^ the interval and for awhile the Pegs  the corner of Georgia -and Thurlow pw>m-    pounds. ,      X' t,,    comes Mrs. Mary Davidson of Rob-  ises to be "king of the castle" upon its        A special feature, will be  a spacious > erts   Creek?   sister in  law  of  Mrs.  completion in late 1968. plaza at the Georgia 'Street entrance. The t Ellis.   Th��i event, convened by Mrs.  The 27-storey structure will be the tallest    main floor and plaza ,will be four-and-oner,,. Margaret Lamb was very successful  office block an Vancouver. half feet -below the $iaewalk level.    -    /} with everything sold' except a few  Other impressive features include five   -.--- pooLS '   ��� r items from the White Elephant table  elevatoK travelling at 500 feet per minute     '"�� .,        .     * ,   __ ��. which   wprp   donated   tn   thp   Thrift  which will operate to the fourteenth floor.    4   Ornamental pools  surround  the  sw^ ^nicn   were   donated   to   the  lliritt  tower at three elevations -while -a 40-foot anop.  Five other cars travelling at 800 feet per  minute will provide express service from  the mam floor to the upper levels of the  blinding.  The reinforced concrete structure re*  quires unique construction methods by a  130-onan crew and also the use of three of  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Sldg., Secheit ��� Phone 885-2333  TUESDAY���11:00 a.m". to 7:00 p.m.  THURSDAYS���11:00 o.m. to 7:00 p.m.  SATURDAYS���3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  it'* �� * * * ��� 9 it * t * * t t ���>;*#�� <  This One Need No  Introduction  ���  ��� ���  It is our pleasure to give you the opportunity  to see it.  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY. DECEMBER 8, 9 and 11  NIGHT OF THE GENERALS  Peter OToole, Omar Shariff, Tom Courte*jsy  CARTOON - TECHNICOLOR - CINEMASCOPE  Out 10:40 p.m.  Naturally at^our ~~ ���"-���*���"  SECHELT THEATRE  THE THEATRE ON THE WATERFRONT  Bomoomoootiaonr^^  NOTICE OF POLL  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the Sunshine Coast Regional District that a poll  has become necessary at the election now pend ng and I have granted such poll; and, further,  that the persons duly nominated as candidates for Directors at the said election/ for whom only votes  will be received are.���  Surname  POTTS  RUTHERFORD  WATSON  HUBBS  PRITTIE  walkway between two pools will provide  access to the main lobby. /  Benches  will  be   situated  'around tiie ,  pools and there will be public seating on ,  the   plaza   and  sidewalk  levels.    Fifteen  foot dear* glass panels on the ground floor  will give an attractive view of the main (  floor from tiie plaza approach.  Construction under <the direction of  Central Engineering's Special Projects  Manager, W. A. Burton, will eventually  culminate in a structure 336-feet high consisting of a twefctower office complex and  a six-level parking garage.  Towers are connected by a central service core and are offset to provide natural  light to the largest possible number of  offices.  BOLD DESIGN  The central service care will provide  space for all the building facilities, including washrooms, stairwells, electrical rooms  and elevators, leaving tiie 40-by'140 foot  north tower and the 40-by-160 foot south  tower completely open and available for  office space.  Mechanical and electrical equipment  will be situated on the 27th floor.  The finishing complements a bold building, design .JMteLJ5��terior_ wyiabe com-,  pletely sandblasted.      * __      .  ���The sub^s^e^wilTcontainlfanslptt^  viding Seating, ventilating and air -conditioning to the lower ten floors while the  mechanical system .Tvill ensure that, even  under - maximum "weather conditions, the  temperature within the sealed building will  not exceed 72 degrees.  Commercial Printing  SEE   _    -"���','  The Times  t  Jr^A^-^rl^v  ^'-U  */'". You married her because sfaeV a gr^at dishwasher? No. Yon  ^*.inAti^ u~~ ^.���Ua7��*^ * _..*��� r'     A*..! i r^i.   -w^.. tj t' ML*,  SB  Other Names  Residential Address  Occupation  Gordon Arthur  Archie James  Norman T.  West Secheit  Halfmoon Bay  West Secheit  Carpenter  Accountant  Morchant  Harvey P.  Eric Albert  Selma Park  R.R. 1  Gibsons  Salesman  Electrician  GILKER  GORDON  MacLEAN  James Clif.  Hugh Berncl  Ian Norman  Read Road R.R. 1 Gibsons farmer  Secheit Broker  Roberts Crcck Designer-Builder  BRACEWEU.  WOLVERTON  Vincent H.  J. Lorno  Hopkins Landing  Longdate      '  Carpenter  Engineer  Term of Office;���Two years  SUCH POLL WILL BE OPENED AT:-,  ���Elcctprol~Arca-B-*<��-��*--��"^^  .      West Secholt School  Halfmoon Bay Post Offlco  Electoral Area C ���,  Whlttako Black,, Davis Bay  f iSsnw��i��^Mi*|wi>iri'****��M***".->  H*ft(��->��vi^^*��'��wi'*iW��(to��  Electoral Area D  Robert? Creek School '.  Electoral Area F (     '  Langdale School, ,      ,*  Granthams Community Hall  ^^^**^^B��;^*��������*WL<J f i��*?l*��lV*lMiu��*WW tw*��l*W��*tW��'WS*��-j  On the 9th day of December 1967 between the hours of eight o'clock In the forenoon and eight  o'clock i rv the afternoon," ofwhiclf everyperson Ishereby'required to tcH^o notice arid govern himself  aecordinglyA '   '���������'.'' .�����..���������. . ������    ���s7"i7", '������[���"'.'";"  \  Given undor my hand this 27th day of November 1967.  C, F. GOODING, Returning Officer  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  1556 MARINE - GIBSONS - 886-2442  SIM ELECTRIC  SUNSHfNE COAST HIGHWAY - SECHEIT  C & S SALES & SERVICE  COWRIE STREET - SECHELT - 805-9713  :1^ ,l I III  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING PtAZA.  GIBSONS . 886-9689  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  COWRIE STREET - SECHEUT - 885-2171  885.2062 A  \W7X,L 1#^  ,x^ >i 7Ay^M<x7M)^  SV      *��   *   VV > if'   IW ,4\Jrl f, (IW) >,   l,w, rt 4h*.*limilAff. \,l ^��]  ^x7M,m:)iii  PENINSULA PLUMBING &  SUPPLIES  Sun��hlno Coait Highway - Scchclt - 885-2058  \i   i  BENNER BROS,  Furniture 8* Appliances  Sumhlr-o Cootl Highway - Gibioni -086,9533  TOILETRIES - OIFT ITEMS -SWEATERS - BLOUSES - SHIRTS ETC. ETC  Feel free to browse around - We have a fabulous selection of fine toys available.  i j  i;  ,\   7'  (  ^fS*f'y,(4j'4f% * krtr,V*VV**r1��.**'��V?*f��M!'��f^��!lK����l-����r!��t��*^��*f��  ,*      .y       ���     '  ,    i      ��        . , ',:*' ���'������<A   i      i >'���������' ' > ���     ,   i  h,*^k,*^.Sl*��*.w��.^^��--H.*,*����^.^��A>.A>.AA-^ *A(W * *.* *i#l*^*lN��.("A^'A**.' A ���4.,*ff4^,tif\,^Ai4\+,i>*il>'>4**<^.t*<f4f'*'r*l4ifc��1>.r'.fl*,<-'''V'^*A  '������.''.' ! ' A  '   ��� .        ' ' ,  1 ������!��������    " ���    ��� ��� .,...��������� ���   ,     ���' ' i ���Ill  'Ji"~M.r:fit!��5,��,t*-"  i.  A ��u��fc  ���  ���-1*   Mil ��  j jj.  ip6g*M-BS2-,  "jTte Peninsula Times  ^ahesdoyLDeceifiber 6, 1967  ANSWER YOUR CHRISTMAS  ;mw>f�� rf��ii<nnnt>wi��*-m*rin> ttwww wmiMi*wyii����<����wt��������,  i*'">  i  i  i  >  i  i  i  i  i  i  >  i  i  : WW^H':::W "''Hiji"  ���Mil nr*i   r nnl  ��^m"'*�����*>i*i>*** *  .*���*��**. iXfi&P'**-  I  I"  i  I  :���  ..��� I:  "     I  >  I  I  I  :     I  I  ���  NEW ROYAL  The "with-it" portable with  the get-with-it price!  WriH IT! Full-size, office  typewriter keyboard  WrtH IT! Touch regulator  WITH TT! Two-color ribbon and  stencil cutter  WITH ifl Calibrated paper bail  WITH TT! Rugged, all-metal  construction  GOT IT? THEN GET WITH IT!  SEE IT.. .TRY IT.. .TODAY!  $69.95  The Times  Secheit 885-9654  Gibsons 886-2515  -�����  -<y ��� - -.*-*���  ammninima*nnam*i.0minnu4��mM0nmmill  ________ Secheit grows  L-nange of location of the Tasella  Shoppe indicates the growth of the  district and this fine new' store with  four suites above is a. credit to its  , owner, Mrs. C. Crucil, building con  tractor Mr. Jack Morgan and the  contractors who worked on it Opening this weekend, this fine new store  will qualify as the largest dry goods  Store on the Sunshine Coast.  Secheit Bowling  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH, bowlers for the week: Dennis Gamble  743 (291),  UI McCourt 680  (282).  LEAGUE SCORES  Sports Club: Elly Mason 663 (260), Jean  Eidred 260, Ray Newman 631, Pete Jorgen-  sen 644.  Ladies: Lil McCourt 680 (262), May  Walker 264.  Ladies' Matinee: Elsie Johnson 250,  Kathy Hall 650.  Pender: Dennis Gamble 743 (291), Isobel  Gooldrup 596 (261), Helen Edwardson 276,  Ev Harrison 265.  Commercial: Dennis Gamble. 716, Jean  /Robinson. 283;  Lola; Caldwell  255./-:,  Ball and Chain: Roy Hutton 717 (303),  Jack Fisher 730 (275), Bob Sommerfield  288.  SCHOOL LEAGUES  Seniors: Bob Benner 405 (235), Liz Berry   255 (143)., ,, ...'.....:..���. _        Juniors:   Laurie   Allan   334   (166,* 168),  Susan Jorgensen 277  (188),  Sven  Poulsen  ���249 (133).  For Commissioner  ii vA       a,     i      f  *       �� V      - (  ^ V* .Looking bask qui fW PB��t tout yeprs in  office o�� a eomrniSsioner jfo7the_ViIloge or"  , ''Qjijsops-it-occMrs-to me that we all tencj-tq���  f^rgef the many  achievements of council  1 and indeed. therehqy<? beep many for which  wd might Idak upon with justifiable pride.  Roads, sidewalks, improved street lighting,  encouraged such protects fato the area as  ' the Bank of Montreal Building, Co-op,  apartment block etcV A pfenning study  WJi.UK pave^ the way for orderly development of the village ar*d most important,  establishment of an adequate voter supply.  - y Jhe?o  ore  some  of  the  major   items  i brought to a successful cbnclusion  and  I  1     weitlf! state, there are other important decisions at stake which require careful study  pud responsible deliberation,  I personally hove foujfht'Sl'cb ill advised proposals as expansion of such a nature  that it could prove a 'fremendpus burden to the tqxpqyer, for it mu��t be bprrte in mind  than an expansion ofvillage boundaries involving many acres of virtually undeveloped  land with an occasional residence would result in a negligible increase in taxation but  would saddle the taxpayer with {expansibility of installing Vrafer system, lighting, roads  and other services,. \t regup-e$ lrjfHf�� imagination to vt^MCftive what this could do to the  Mill rata, ��   ��>��������� '   *.     ���    .lU.  ���    , y -������y?,;-V*-   ���.'������     ';'������'���������.��� ./"'  Qfher;.expensive projects Sfe'l/fcder consideration which require extreme caution  and level headed handling. ,    ,  ���*   ,*..  ...        ���. ���   ��� . * ' . : ���  With this in mind, I seek yoi*r vote in order t{iqt nty experienco may be put ta good  advantage On behalf of thq taj(paye|* pf Gibsaps.  OECEMBER 9th 1 ASK THAt Ybu VOTE PBUMMON& X,  Sincerely James Drummond, Commissioner  Farewell  Mrs. Billie Steele says farewell to the teen years, Mrs. Steele has helped  old Tasella Shoppe as she heads for the   business   to   outgrow   its   first  the spacious new store which opens location,  this weekend.  During the past four-  The Bird and the Nest  -M��y A.J.C.  TEN PINS  Mixed:   Lif  McCourt  Skytte 391 (207).  350   (183),   Alex  , The, average ..woman  would  rather  be  two-faced than double-chinned.  AS USUAL the falling of the leaves shows  how many visitors one was unknowingly  host to during summer. Wherever the  birds, both migrants and non-migrants  nested before there were farm homes and  clearings in the district, there is no doubt  whatever that they prefer such homesites  today rather than the deep woods.  One recent year, after the nesting season,  I set  out to  re-open  a  forest  path  that had become so overgrown with brush  that it seemed-to me to provide the most; "|after year,  private of sites for-nests, so I kept a look-'  out for them as I worked along.  I found one only in a quarter mile and  it was one quite strange to me, for it was  built entirely of moss���perhaps by a pair  of shy forest birds that usually nest further'  north but decided to try it here for once.  In contrast to that those that choose to live  adjacent to a garden, in an orchard or  near ��� uncropped pasture land with its  wealth of seeds, would fill a list of all our  common birds, except the woodpeckers,  and each species could find a suitable environment.  Species  There are surprises too; it was a shock  to one!s pride of woodcraft to find that all  through'the busy time for birds���and gar*  , deners-rl  had  been  walking  past within ,.,���  ami's reach of a most cleverly hidden nest,  and it not twenty feet from my own nest-  not that. I would have, interfered with it  except for a peep out of curiosity,   That  I had not been, aware of it before was  evidence of the care taken by the parent  birds in their own necessary coming and  going,   for... otherwise. their  secret would  have become known.   The Towhee, named  in the Western Bird Guide as the "Oregon  Towhee"'rather inappropriately, since it Is  common  from   that State  to  Alaska,   Is,  another close neighbor who has given me  more than one surprise.   It, early in ,the,  year, I expect to need a, quantity of pen  boughs later in the season it Is my custom  to gel, them cut, trimmed and  piled  lnf  nea,t faggotH as early as possible before tho**  main work of spring comes on.   And  l{  wondw how many times I have found that/  before the support is needed for the peas,  those birds of the miderb^u^ and the; forest  floor have rented my faggots for the season's family affairs. Since they are. well  along with it by then���with possession liirie  points of the law���Mrs. Towhee and her  sisters remain undisturbed while I���cut  more boughs. ..���-''  - Birds   are   most  conservative  in' their  manner of building ^hd lining the'actual  .iiest, and will use similar tnjteriali; year  so that one can!"identify the  Of bird by the.ifestV About the  cqarser material for foundation and security against wind they are more tolerant and  will use what comes to hand���or beak���if  it seems suitable. A year after we brought  in our first flock of sheep there was  a  Certain amount of wool caught on bramble  and the like as might be, expected and I  was not surprised to find that it had been  used in every nest that I examined the  following autumn; but I was surprised to*  find that every pair of birds of whatever  species had used it for the same purpose  ������for anchorage to the surroundings twigs  qnd small branches. They ; had appraised  and used this hew material' for what.It  seemed suitable just as IVcould do 'it���  for instan.ee���I w��?re studying a plank of  cedar to determine whether or, not, it-was  suitable for the repair of a' boat. We call  it "instinct" in the birds and retain "Intelligence" for ourselves; but can anyone  tell me where one passes into the other? ,  YOf | DECEMBER 9th  Many residents ond taxpayers in the  area have expressed -acute disappointment  at the lack of endeavor so evident in  council during the past year, the more  frustroting when it is obvious Secheit faces  q great future providing it gets progressive  leadership. "So"'"far "this has been sadly  lacking.  _ It is therefore my pleasure to again offer my services to the taxpayers of Secheit,  this time as Chairman, in th^ hope, that together with a new council, Secheit might  take its rightful place ds the h��jb of the Sunshine Coast.  g my.previous tvto,year terra W �� commissioner I was able to persuade  finally spend a little money at Hackett Park ivlth the retult we now have  During, my  council to.  a building which is used extensively by variou; ball tcanis qs well ��s organizations'os  a concession booth at "certain'times of the year. Unfortunately, maintenance since  leaves something to be desired.  '���   There is no man so bad that a woman  cannot make him worse.  The new council office which is no more and,no less than an office, cost the  taxpayer far in excess of $20,000 with interest, and whjlo | fully supported a pew  building,-something the village could be proud of��"-t deplored this present structure.  Although I frequently strivedta persuade the chairman at that time to reconsider,  mine was simply a voice in the wilderness.  From time to time, our local newspaper stressed the apathy of council toward  the winter works program and here again is a situation which could have saved the  taxpayer a great deal of money. Unfortunately guidance in this regard was sadly  lacking wfrii the result not one pfinny was claimed through winter works. On the  village office alone; it might have been possible to have claimed $10,000. back under  the winter works program.  This is the sort of thing for which I pledge myself to guard against in  future  ���j-'(rshau|d'yb'u.cl|o^  ' .       ' ��� ',       .'",���'..'''' .  Further, I was one of a group of commissioners visiting Victoria a couple of  years ago at which time we, wore told quite clearly of ways by which 170 acres' of  crown property could be' acquirod, at no cost to the village, for park ond recreational  purposes. There were also indication* that we could actually obtain full rights to the  timber on the property, valued at that time by variqus loggers at about 150,000.  Not only has this council foiled;fa take stepsta obtain the property, it actually agreed   toa local logger haying the timber right*.  This is a disgrace and I sfncerely ask that you give me your confidence December  9th and YOTE BENNER, X.  Joseph L. Benner  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF GIBSONS LANDING  NOTICE OF POLL  Public notice is Hereby giy^n tp the electors of the Municipality of The Corpa'rjr.ion.pf'the Village  of Gibsons Landing, B.C(/ that a poll has become necessary qr the election now pending, and that I'  have granted such poll; and, further, that the persons duly nominated as candidates at the said election, for whom only yotes will be received/are:-^^^^^;^^^^,,;;^^.^ v; "        y ;     v v  Be a master Chris^  intimeforChmtm  Surname  Other Names  Office  Residential Address  Occupation  mail all your cards  il before December 13  (outoftown  and December  (localdelivety)  orlietMMi^^  )|^<^itJ^li-iiiiM*<h-^-M*>r^i!^W'^ I  FEENEY.  HODGSON,  Wes. B.  (Chairman���Ono (1) to be elected for a two (2) year form, 1968 and 1969)  FredorJckO.     Chairman 1578 Sargent Rd, Gibsons, B.C. District Telephone  Chairman 1570 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons, D.C. Notary Public  l*,B-7'��iS[i.wi!S1rWllM-,SH��tit*;li��l  (Commissioners���Two (2) to be elected for a two (2) yoar \etvc\, 1968 and  CROSBY,' Kenneth A.      Commissioner Shaw Rd��� R.R. 1, Gibsons, P.C,  DIXON, Gerald W.        CommiMionor  1572 Marine,Dr��� Gibsons, B.C.  DRUMMOND,     James H.G.      Commissioner  1311 Dougal Rd., Gibsons, B.C.  1969)  Engineer  Rarboir  Insurance Agent  LABONTE,  RANNIGER,  YOLEN,  (School Trustee���One (1) to be oloetod for a two, (2) year term, 1968 and 1969)  Agnes M. School Trustee j650 School Rd., Gibsons, B.C. Houiowlfo  v ,��� ' ,A''7    , \f'.'   i'i'V ,���  '���''<,*'   ���  School Trustee 71382 Stewart Rd��� Gibsoiis, B.C.  Richard H.  Communications  B C Tel,  Charlotte M.    School Trustee 1751 Glen Rd., Gibson,*, B,C.  Housewife  "ilV��  ���*i|(f*t*|4��w��"  UifxT4  ������ * i'" i,  f ,**<P{II&A*II HriA. ^444**9 ��Ml����W��si(bftt.pWl ,A4aI v ll, a.  **MAimi*f*iiwm#ififim*ift*ii*iiilift.isA ��.w^iwwwiw^��w��wiwit^��^���  7\7:.&&*.^z��>J:'"*'-  i  fOf\ POSTAL (NrORMATIPN SCR THE      ,  yiaow PA<ua op torn tiuphone book  V,v,���  \^    w.  'IF -.-.."V- -*#'  ^(���% J  -Such-pollwill-be opened-qtthe-Munlclpal-Halhpmthe 9th ^  hours of 8 a.m. flrtd 8 frin,, qncl further, that an ADVANCE P0^ will M opened at tho said Municipal Hall on Friday, the 8*h &AY OF DECEMBER,1967, between the hours of 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. In the  afternoon, for duly qualified olectora who sign a ^Qtpmont thqt thoy expect to bo absent from the  Municipality on pohlng day. *���  Every person Is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand this 27th clay of November 1967. ;  ,   , F.JEAN MAINIL, Roiurnlng Officer  W#PWfP��Wf   '  t      -IIV*** <ii*  JaW-'j,  I ft, .#���.*���'< .  * f ft  ��   f   4  f I,  i  i  �� ' 1 t ! _.'   _LJ   ^ t* x_ ���<  ���** *  jF  ��� -j**A * L  /i      *��*.-���,���*��� *f    **"     - ^V 'T. ^V"* V     J   �����  ,./���'      -f *���*���*��� ^���^-v-i  ���A*  ^5^T ,--**��� .--i^***. yr*-.^J -  ^.*,   ��.    -��.^-*.,^-.   o- ^^^   ^1,  ,  �� f*-*!*   *** V**      V*"   t^rt*   **> ^ <-r^-  ~ ^   k* ^   a*,   rf-V   V   /"�� *- ^*- ^*V"4f   ����  **, i  , ^nj^ff-Atty-fAlH'1 ��wr'  ^A^V  J-   f   i'Vjf-\  \'i**'*J     ..   I>S>  -*fc  A.I-l, ...  Regional District Candidates... Vote December 9th  __��-< - L_I_/h*jlJ  The Peninsula Times L_lPa����rv8**3j  Around Gibsons    **���*&*���*-in*���������-  A-'j-iA  ^ irSj*^  Gordon  Potts  Nominated to serve as director on the  Sunshine Coast Regional District Board,  Mr. Gordon Potts has been* a permanent  resident of Secheit for seventeen years  Born in Vancouver, he has been associated  with the building trade all his life and is a.  building contractor. Mr. Potts is on the  executive of the Secheit Garden Club and  his wife is extremely active in community  affairs.  Norman T. Watson  Present chairman of the Regional Board,  and seeking re-election, Norm Watson bas  had the unenviable job of guiding the  appointed group through what has been an  extremely difficult time for a great deal  of opposition bas had to be overcome.  One of his big concerns has been to  bring about the garbage disposal system  for the Peninsula and one which is virtually  set to go, dependent upon success of tiie  Referendum to be voted upon December  9th. f  As. breakwater/chairman of the Seehelt  Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Watson has  good reason to be proud of his success in  bringing about, with the aid of M.P. Jack  ' Davis, the recently completed harbour of  refuge. He is also keenly concerned about  the lack of water in some areas during  summer months and while well aware of  the need, for caution,'looks forward to  establishment of an adequate supply for  everyone.  ' Regarding the proposed garbage collection project, he says he feels it will be the  first step toward pollution control and adds  that antil we attempt provincial wide control, we have to get our own house in order  first.  J. Lome Wolverton    '  Presently a Director of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District, Electoral Area F,  Lorne Wolverton has already s had one  year's experience as Planning Chairman  on the Board, and now seeks election for  a further two year term Employed as  assistant plant manager at Canadian Forest  Products, Port Mellon, Lorne is a registered professional engineer who graduated in  Applied Science at U.B.C. m 1353 and has  a professional interest in planning and the  water situation on the Sunshine Coast.  Born m Kamherly, he is married with three  children and is very active m the scouting  movement holding the position of District  Commissioner of Mount' Elphinstone Dis  trict, Boy Scouts of Canada.  Mr. Frank West representing  Gibsons area E is in by acclamation and failed to make Our  deadline for q picture. Also  Mr. Ian Norman MacLean  standing for area D.  Cliff Gilker  Cliff. Gilker has a fantastic record of  public service and has served in so many  capacities .that space does not permit them  all to be listed. He was on the Regional  Board at its inception and has ably represented Roberts Creek for the past year.  He has been past president of both Junior  and Senior Chambers of Commerce at  Prince Rupert,. past chairman of the Citizens-Council of BXJ., PTA Council, Past  Director North West Fisheries, etc., etc.  He gays that of aU the are&s he has considered- for' retirement, the Sunshine Coast  is it.* He stands for re-electibh for Area D,  Roberts Creek.  Eric  A.   Prittie  Resident of Roberts Creek, Eric Prittie  has represented Area C, Selma Park, Davis  Bay and Wilson Creek, for "the past year.  He has served on the original garbage  disposal committee and also the ARDA  committee from 'which sprung the Regioiiiai  Board. A married man with three children,  he says there are many problems confronting the Board and more to be considered,  he therefore seeks support of the voters  December 9th.  l-"fi2BU*  ��� ���**   ��.-  ��    ,   _/������ Ji   ^*-*    -"���""l  v. . *.">**������ -*->**' /   _ *   , ���  / *-*."* -*   '  ��F*���'.  ,'y* v*- , .  ,PRilOR to her marriage to Mr. Ron Haig,  Mrs. Irene Coleridge was guest of honor  ^n_^iir^ay_etening._at_the3o!m_eyQf_Mts.   Doris Drummond when friends enjoyed a  -get-together;- Games~were-played~durittg~"  an agreeable social time. The honored  guest was presented with a crystal vase.  Delectable refreshments v/ere served.,  Present were Mesdames Myrtle CrutchfieM,  Pearl Summers, Florence Chaster, Dorothy  Hanson, Lenore Inglis/E. Wardil, Ann  Warne, Flo Blake, Betty Wood, J. Mylroie,  Sally Garlick, Agnes Labonte, Molly Kennett, Hazel Graham, Grace McDonald, E.  Hutchins and Margaret Swan.  Returning recently from a 2000 mile  trip to Cranbrook, Grand Forks and Horsefly, reporting rainy weather and not too  much game were Norm Berdahl, Fred  Holland, Ken Fiedler, Garry Berdahl; Billy  Oldershaw and Harold Atcheson from  Campbell Rivera  Lay Reader Mr. E. Ross Gibson will  be sharing.his experiences in the Arctic  and bringing his many exhibits and slides  when he will lecture at St. Aidan's Parish  Hall in Roberts Creek, on Monday tiie nth  of December at 7:30 p.m. There will be  a donation of 50c towards the maintenance  fund.  Women's Institute meeting on Tuesday  the 12th of December.  When Sunshine Coast Power Squadron  met at the hocae of Mr, and Mrs. Philip  Gross on . Friday evening, following the  business meeting, refreshments were served. -Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ray  Chamberlin, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fraser,  Mr;*andVMrs^'John DeKleer, Mr. and Mrs.  J. Conroy, Mx. and Mrs. Gordon Hall, Mr.  and Mrs. Hatry Gregory, Dr. and Mrs.  Eric Paetkau,'Mr. and Mrs. W. Richter,  Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Miller and Mr. and  Mrs. C. J. Salahub.  Unable to attend were Dr. and Mrs. R.  A. Swan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clay, Mr.  Norman Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Garry  Berdahl and Mr. and Mrs. Ian Cattanach.  ���Piloting, seamanship and education in  water safety were subjects of a discussion  and Mrs. Phyllis Miller received a certificate.  The January meeting will be held at  the Salahub home in Wilson Creek.  Mr; and Mrs. Bert Deardon from North  Surrey conducted a week of Gospel meet  ings   at   Gibsons  Penticostal  Tabernacle  recently.  ��� Recently���Rev.���Henri���Ct~M.-tTattdin*  -Chahof, -Pjesident-of-the JB.C._feW$Hdat _  Chapter of the Canadian Guild of Health,  visited Rev. J. H. Kelly when^f meeting  of interested people was held at St. Aidan's  -Parish- Hall, Roberts Creek, and ft was  felt that a Chapter of the Guild should "be  form,ed,   wtfthout  delay,   on the  Secheit  Peninsula. A further meeting will be called  in the near future and it is hoped to have  a three day Mission early in the New Year.  ' On  Thursday,   Nov.   23rd,   under  the  auspices.of the A.C.W.,  nineteen young  wives of the "parish of St.. Bartholomew's  met in the vicarage for miorning coffee and  it was a wonderful'opportunity for all to  have this chance, of meeting other young  wives and mothers.   It was agreed  that  they meet every fourth fThursday,  at, 10  a.m.' in the vicarage and whenever possible  haye a speaker, a specialist in some aspect  of Family Life. Next meeting is Thursday,  January 18th. During the time the meeting  is in progress, the children will be enter-  .tained in the Parish Hall.  On Thursday, December 21st, a "Cup  of MMk Fund" Coffee Party win be held  at the home of Mi-, and Mrs, R. F. Berime,  at the end of Point Road, Hopkins Landing.  Everyone interested is invited to drop in  for a cup of coffee or bowl of hot soup,  between 10 a.m. and 2*pjm.r ,��  Recently retired after 31 years service  with the R.C.A.F., Group Captain Wesley  Hodgson accompanied by ��� his wife,' visited  with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.* Wes Hodg-  '''son^:''^>>'Gtlisoiiis''''before leaving for an extensive holiday to Scotland' where they  will spend Christmas at the home of ibis  wife's parents. Then on to'Switzerland: for  a skiing holiday before returning to Can*  ada.  ���*��� ���  HIGH PRICE  If you're trying to kick the smoking  habit and finding it difficult, think of the  problem in terms of dollars and cents. If  you smoked just a package a day, it would  cost: 46 cents a day; $3.22 a week; about  $i4 a month; and over $165 a year. Project  that over, about 40 years (if you don't "get  lung cancer first) and enough cash for a  nice cottage oh the lake will have gone up  in smoke.  H. Bernel Gordon  Former Secheit Village Councillor,  Bernel Gordon as a property owner at  Roberts Creek seeks election to Area D,  Roberts Creek. Mr. Gordon has been one  of the small group which has worked so  hard to bring about a golf course at  Roberts Creek and through the endeavors  of himself and colleagues the future of the  course is assured. In offering his services  as a Regional Board Director he feels his  past experience on''council will stand him  in good stead. During his terms on council  he served as finance chair-man and never  failed to keep a wary eye on the budget.  TO THE VOTERS IN  ROBERTS CREEK, AREA  D,  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT:  It has been a privilege to have represented you for one year on the ARDA  Regional Committee and for one year as your appointed Director an the Regional  -District.    ' -       . '��� v7,'[  The experience gained during those two years can be of considerable value ta  .~,the.**^aiR.of.theRegioiio.rDistrictv^  Having been nominated, for election as Director of Area D for the ensuing term  I would consider it an honor to serve once more on your behalf should you accord me  your confidence when you vote on December 9th* ./'.Ay ,.;A  Jamet   H.  Tyn*��r  Mr. Tyner goes in by acclamation to  represent Area A Pender Harbour. An  accountant, Mr. Tyner hns resided In the  Pender Harbour area for, the past 21 years.,  Always active in community affairs and  hns played a big part in the Pender Harbour Credit Union''which he himself operated for ten years. Uc Is a past member  of the Chamber of Commerce and hns nlso  been active In ,the Community Club, llo  'replaces John'Dunlop of Bgmont who has  recently been in IH health.  .*��"��*"��'A'*, t,, ,A,  ��� \       ' i,'i'h/7'H  Harvey P. Hubbs  Harvey Hubbs is very well known in  the district having resided in Selma Park  for fifteen years during which time he has  served in, various capacities. He has served  on the St. Mary's Hospital Board for the  past nine years and was one of those  instrumental in establishment of the present Hospital.  Mr. Hubbs Is also Chairman of the  Selma Park Community Centre '��� and devotes a great deal of spare time to Little  League promotion. In putting his name  forward as director for Zone C of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District, he said  It is his opinion the area including Selma  Park, Davis Bay , and to Wilson Creek  should, have representation by someone*  from that area and with. interests of tjiat  area at heart. He Is contesting Eric  Prittie of Roberts Creek who'was appointed  to Aren A on formation of ..tho District.  Mr. Hubbs is employed In the advertising nnd circulation department 'of the  Peninsula Times,  V.   H.   Bracewell  Contesting Lome Wolverton as a Director in Zone D of the Regional District,.  Vince Bracewell has resided in the Hopkins  Landing area for the past fifteen years,  he has two married daughters,, one son at  Elphinstone High and, another, attending  Langdale.  A building contractor, Mr. Bracewell is  presently employed on construction at  Elphinstone High School. He has been  : active in the Social Credit party arid has  been a member of the Chamber of Commerce. He is also a former President of  the Roberts Creek Credit Union, of-1 which  he is .still a member.     .   '   ���        ���  A firm supporter of a combined garbage  collection district, Mr., Bracewell was on,  the site; committee of the original group  working to  this  end  when  tlio  Regional  Board was formed.  Life is the predicament which precedes  death.  Many times the girl with a lot pf horse  sense has the build that, goes with it.  it   ^^���K^M**TtM^rt��rt,��,<^����i*,4*l*X'tliw>l  THE GENERAL PROGRESSIVENESS OF MY TWO YEARS AS CHAIRMAN OF THE VILLAGE OF GIBSONS LANDING IS APTLY DESCRIBED  IN A RECENT EDITORIAL IN THE PENINSULA TIMES AS QUOTED  BELOW:���  "COUNCIL OF GIBSONS - HASNEVER FAILED TO MAKE A DECISION  -AND HAVE CARRIED OUT PROPOSALS WITH A MINIMUM OF  FUSS AND DELAY";  FOR THIS COIMTINUED SOUND  MANAGEMENT AND DEFINITE POLICY  MARK YOUR  BALLOT FOR  CHAIRMAN  WES, B. HODGSON  wm  3 Jg&R-J  ��_Mta��MH_MM  1  A, J. ftuthorford  , 'Running hrhIuhI present chairman of  tho Roiilonal Board, Norm Wnt.son for ft  Nont on lho SiinHhliui Const UoKlonnl District  Hoard, Archie .lumen  Rutherford of  the piiHt twenty-three -yenvi��, Purlins HiIh  time ho'hnti mn'vcd nt*. a Mall Contractor,  PoNtnutHlor, Notary Public and Inmtrnnco  A��oi\l. Ho'hns nlso boon n monihor of tho  )lnlfm<Kwr**��iiyw-J��wprove��T��cn-l-~^A*��P��l��tton*'  jindwtho^Hi.Jfmoon��J)��y,���.Jti;cri.aUon��Com-^  mission, llo Iiiih resided In B.C, for fifty*  nine yoars. A  Mr, Rutherford HiVys ho Is concerned  mainly with rosin of projects lo lho lux*  payer but admltn his own ni'on llko. many  others <Ioon liftvo n ijnrlMtfQ nnd wnter  uroblom.jy.,. a .��  '  \  WHO HAS THE FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS:���  Experience        j  (a) TWO YEARS AS CHAIRMAN  (b) FOUR YEARS AS COMMISSIONER.  THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE  ualitications  ,<��)vA MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE OF ACCREDITED PUBLIC  ACCOUNTANTS BOTH DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL.  *~~-G|BSONS~iS~A~GROWIHG: COMMUNITY AND  REQUIRES A  CHAIRMAN, NOT ONLY WITH EXPERIENCE BUT WITH TIME  TO DEVOTE TO THE DUTIES OF CHAIRMAN.   DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS I HAVE DEVOTED ALL MY  TIME TO THESE DUTIES AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO,  PiIom itntt nt ��t0��.  Ufatlmo Qunrnntoa  Wldo cholco ol  cnl-lnoU  This Christmas givd her "Years of Fashion1'  with the beautiful BERNINA for '68;  Whothor hor tasto calls lor.'almplo family sowlha or "heiuta  couture" Swiss precision BERNINA will do It all for hor  completely mitomntically, .From tho first basting stitch to  straight stitching. *lg-sag, buttonholes, sowing on of buttons*  nppllquoi, even embroidery ... with 2 A 3 needles, right  down to the final blind hem,  No discs to chango... no dials to turn,.. no charts to read  ���*-7rrBERNlNA*evon^d)ust8'its"o'wn"ton$lon^a'atow��t|dallyi"  She will agree that BERNINA foi '68 is the most gifted sowing  -machine,-..-, ���  ��� - ��� -     <  ) r  A  Vi  I]  V  H  For froo 50-colour-shot brochure, wrlto to; Bornlnn Corp,, 3443 P��rK Ave,, Montreal- P.Q.-.  ;s^^^tjM^^iBo��rt**'^w��biBjfli��-JHil>  ���i-*i^^��jfW*W��a*ff*v ��,C*s-i^ t#��M*ii��  M  mm  ���s  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  Bernina & Omega  Sale, Parts, Servico  Repairs and Service on oil makes  Mrs, Mono Havlcs���885-9740  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  ii  h  ,, *, ', ����� ����� ���. rrr'cfi'i' ,-..*'�� t..,-4-��.-,,4,-4't.r*<:,i'��'4-*'-t.'4'4:fii��'.,jii.>tp��'.''4*%>fi'4U"'*'\.'\'h,^/4Uu ...���,#;A.A��*��i,r.<\iiAil4VtVsV��l��\**K";*iiiiC,'iJ^^^<v<v  I       .       ,, .    .' A    ' ' .     i       . ��� \ , . "     I . I. I I .... I     , | ... ,   ��� !.,;��������� .���������,���-      ���.        .:..,���;���     f ������.        .   f      ' j 1  I  i}f  '}'*   i ,Vi7XVuX*  .''^i��V*r"r*  i  ��esiJ*-��  The Peninsula Time*      Wednesday, December 6,1967  t  Vi  y��ijW(a^*i***��^aa^rf-��*i��w*>*i��  o . ��� even for little things  LIKE MINI-SKIRTS AND MENDING  Bernina ��� s6 elegonf,  so simple to operate yet  inside this streamlined  shell lies all ttie fully   automatic action a  sewing machine could  have\��� engineered: by  Swiss master craftsmen.  ��� Tailor Tacks and bastes in minutes p Mends,  darns, straightstitches, blindstitches, zig zags Q Perfect  stitches, even on 2 and 3 needle embroidery Q Sews  on battens, tnrttonhples without-having to tarn the  fabric D No charts,.no dialing, no dir��st*o change  O Even adjusts its own tension completely  automatically Q Lifetime Guarantee.  .Choice of Cabinets.  Bernina.prices from; $1,09.  CONTACT MRS. MONA HAVIES  BtRNINA AND OMEGA  All fold complete W*th lessons and  ; Service.  **���������  URSHINE  EWIRG  ERVICE  OPENING SPECIAL  Omega Slraighlitilch V $54.95  Omega ZigZag - - - $84.95  ���,' >  SANTA  CLAUS  SPECIAL  MOTHER  AND  DAUGHTER  2  FOR 1 SALE      -  ��� BERNINA AUTOMATIC  & BERNINA TOY MACHINE  ��� Both for the price of the  Automatic  BERNINA AUTOMATICS  %A^.7nn.n  Cortgrciftjtatfofrs and  tasella Shoppe  ori the Opering of their  Modern New Store  If was our privilege arid pleasure to install  the plumbing.  mmm plumbing ltd.  GIBSONS, B.C. 886-9533  Heating & Supplies���Your Kemtone Sherwirt  Williams Point Dealer.  iwinniKW'o*''*'"***  We offer ���wr  Cotigr^fiilciflofis  -,     to  TASELLA SHOPPE  ON THE QPENlNG OF THEIRl  FINE NEW STORE  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  886-2642  Ready Mix Cement���Your One Stop Building Store*  ����M��W��*f*��MW��W��������**��tf����'*����>*0��W'��^  continued Success  TO THE  Tasella Shoppe  On the Opening  of their fine New Store.  H was our privilege fo do the Roofing Job.  MAINLAND  Roofing & Shoot Metal Ltd.  24.10 Willingdon, Burnaby, B.C. ��� 299-4042  ...�����..����.MMMM>.������.M.<.i.����..^.;.M.............ii��......i|^|1f1f||||||||.....^...1.Jl)J  fl  i�� MW*iW'iNfrM.j *>>�������'���*# *>i��*����i#��^  ^OnaPatuiah  tons  TO  TASELLA SHOPPE  ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW STORE  It has been Our Pleasure to  Install the Tile.  MADSEN'S CARREU  LINOLEUM LTD.  3302 Main St., Vancouver 874-8148  inhnrmrrr-r-n-���|.���.....................   CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD FORTUNE  adella Shoppe  ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW STORE.  1* t  It was our pleasure to do the Interior ond  Exterior Decorating  ERVIN'S DECORATING  SECHELT BX.  mwiv^mmmmwm0��m'mw>i***Bi4mBww*90mn��mmwwm*il0Mit*m**i4m0i4wmm**wu��*��4iww4>4jmw0i0i4w*iiiiit4ii4��'*witi4mi4wiiB  WE JOIN THE OTHERS IN EXTENDING OUR  CONGRATULATIONS TO  TASELLA SMQMM ./_...  ON THE OPENING OF THEIR FINE NEW STORE.  We were privileged to handle the Insurance  on the new building  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  885-2161  Real Estate and Insurance  ',44440* -umi-i pott n��-��>**^am*����<M--��.��** �������*����� im 4knmMm*��4kn0mmm*mt40i4��0m*0m+0*44��00A*��0***ai044440mi4i4ikmA0iimlm  Does Your Club or Group reoort its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  Kit Carson,, the famous frontiersman, ,! f���  ���was a sharp man with a retort. When an  admirer once as|ced him if he' had ever  been lost (luring any of his wanderings  through tho early West, Carson 'replied:  "Well, I've never been lost, but onco I was  bewildered for three days,"  onapfi  tuiati  ions  ' yl '   ���:;,'..  fASELLA SHOPPE  IriMS,* \ iiN*.)y\4\H#ti&.1tyLiti �� i-tMMU  SH Ww��l��SH'����lHt,��B4*lJ*'��H''-* WBtftSOTiiWWilWWW*  !  Your new building is a great credit to  Secheit* We were awdrclecl the contract  for completer electrical installation in*  eluding 6lectrk heat by "^arkel'', Make  Ytfur Htome Complete with  ���ft^W��J>a!W**#W^ri(W��iti*i3'toL  i|!tW(Alri4*��<il��'tl((-W*t��4��l  il��**^ilh��BfMoKiJWi>i^^f)rt*W-^i,l  *..���l���  *^wwWww**<yw1t ***!���������� ��n^>>*-r*t**vww*��inw��yir<��wnf)nwrw  I am taking this opportunity  to wish the  tilfl&ii-    | rtWulBUM^BHW  . mm  , ; ; Coni*T[Cffi!lqf���^Rc*ldontiol���Wiring  Electric Heating���-Heating and AppUancoi  SIM ELECTRIC LTD. - Secheit -885-2062  ��^jfe*p,siv��-��*iiit f"1* |rf(*rf��''t'1jM|!l*i'!*l9*w4"* *  Continued Success and Good Fortune in their N��w  and Larger Premises, It has been a Groat Pleasure and  Privilego working with Mr��. Crucil on jtho construction  of her Modern Large Store which i�� a definite asict to  Secheit and fhows tho continuing ptftgroit in the area.  l*"fc*M*>J��WRU'^**^i<��<tfi|M��^  CONTRACTOR  4H��*Wi^Ml^*-T��^*J--i1'V*^*l  ��4.,��  I!  'V  i    1  'ii,..  A  ��� "7 '  . y>nnn.*t.H*��f.-*j*^^*t^J'A^^-*i*^^^*>t^i*J'*>M*im^^*'*^**AA^^**a****A**,t**AA*<>*A^^  -'-(  *'  fill H S^'i-ra *4*s' ,4"i^**^ ��H�� P**^^ *^r<^��*ifl^'*>**^H**i-*-��*w��"ft��Hi* afwa��m| ���*,<-' w  ���*'     hjf !f*ii ��"* > ��� > .'���       ��� i ���-   ���     * * j* * * < .' * * ��� * ' * �� ����� * * *> �� * # f  ��� * f * * * ]t* * ',.  ������>..  I********  ^,(t��****#*^#  * 11 i (>  i l 1  '*'�����������>     ��     4 ���;0  Aih^L.iiiJ.-- _^-  .  ,       I  W  r"~*~ *~~*    .*���-1���fi���#���.*�����������>.   ,r~  -*   .*   r1 0-  f" >* ***-e*'-**  *       *^*\    A 1?/'   ���*  ���   ^     >** .      ���    *~A~*.    A     ?���   S^S-AA.A~-^,A  "<Ti~- A-   y-SAA. A  -..rf^V^--   Jr-     .  1 a a*s a :  A ^ AA  -T~r~.  (���       I    i   ^W��T ,A,n,l   a,    Ia- ���   ,. _   _ _.  _A'_iLi*  *T  -Ojjgnilydti^>nrt ��.  ^    <      7  r*M*��  Xj-,-^  r-*i-  went; yettri # pipgirtss  mms new ste@ ��P^MIl  tWeSntv  '   Mrs.  drygoods  the ohiy i._           ., ���,___.���.. _v<___ ��� ,  v   ship store Oh the waterfront.  Now history   < p%��4*te^dVfint&ge in the'bright "stirrifatld-  is repeating1 itself, forv on* December^.8th,    i^iJ^l.'^JSlilt stock'of clothing fo*~the;  Mrs. Crilcil will be movlfig into her beau- *. wKdle famlfy.-' There will J_e m&ny^sbfccials  tiM nfcw store which will l>e the' largest, difrhig' the *o$ening days, and* lofts 6fc room  drygoods store on the Sunshine Coast. Jo btowil?. around this very latest store oh  ���   -Mrs.   Crucil's  first   employee   at-the,  the,Sun$h&��''Coast.  > -       ,   5    ���<<  Ta'selia Sh&ppe w&> Airs: Gay DUval who  ,  Was fblidwed sfeveti 'jtetfrs later by  Mrs.    ���  Billie Steele whd has managed the ^hop  -���.  for many years.   December seems to "be   <-  an important month for the Tasella Shoppe.  A  for it was December 1954 when Mrs. Steele    '  first started work there.   Business at the   >~  popular store, which sells quality merchah-   .  dise, soon increased and Mrs. Connie yfil-��  son .has also worked there for the past four  years.   Mrs. Crucil expects -that she will *  require additional staff in the new store.-  *   Mrs. Crucil also<o-}vns. the Bowling Alley  which she and her husband opened ifl 19$3,  providing an enjoyable recreation m Secheit and featuring 5 and 10 pin bowling.  Born in the Province of Udme' in Italy,  Mrs. Crucil came to Canada in 1929; the  bride of Mr. Gtis Crucil and'it was in 1930  tUt.1 the faffitlyTcame io Secheit. Mr. Crucil  did much for the growing community and  it was a sad loss when he passed away on ~|  October 10, 1966, with the opening of the  large new store, his wife is still contributing to the growth of the community. Mrs.  Crucil has two sons, Rudi who is married  and is a logging contractor and Lawrence      ... ..,,.���t...j... ,:j.^rs.Cv Crucil"  ." 1   1' *  A  >      i,    ,  ,, i.iX'^  a'^a^3  S��CHELT, B.C.  /     ~i t *J  PHOME 885-2283  tmti Q&EAf PLEASURE IN  EXTiWDSMG A WOKD OF  ���^"7*  s%     s.  ti  o  WE TAKE THIS  OPPORTUNITY TO WISH  THE  Tasella Shoppe  Every Sucess on the Opening  pfjtheir Firie New Store.  A real asset to Secheit.  Plastering and Stucco  Roberts Creek -* Phone 886-2311  f^mmmum iim0mmmmm^mimm0mmm0mm^mfm^H'l^^tw,^K^''^^f'  oneim iwici lion  Ui  pucit Oi  to  J*     *    *���   *t- *  GuJf Building Supplies were privileged to iuippKy  ' '/���*���*''��� " _ ���*" ���- *���("-.'        w      /    iff'"*' - *" j %  Lumber, Insulation and Finishing Materials f<  the fine new store.  A  A  i'x,  j ji  <*-  n  This well constructed building is a  welcome addition to the shopping area  ^    .   ** 1 V      j? (  -        -      a y, ^{_*. .    ^Iv1'    * \     ���    -      t        't'^*,*--- u'  of Secheit and we feel it will prove an  asset to the district.  *j,  iilfaUMHM  ____l_ 'ja _l�� 1   ��    _(1 jii> ��� 'iV���^  v. ..yvc' -.,-*,..  JpMipiWBl  Jm-  ���**���  don't miss ��or  ".. :{���*-*!  ��W-��sf**iS,��'')lw*4wi-�������*��* ) ��nWBH,mk��-*t B9 t��M**.  i'i '>  OUR NEW  ifcW A to( Mlt-�� ii* **i��!^-*.  See our  enlarged  Yard Goodta  '.....���' 'i  \   Sewliig  depcirtmeRit.  ALSO'  Wool  Stocks  <  ���  m 1  ��� i > ������ * 1 *  COWRIE STREET,  SECHELT  l  ^W&W^W*W,*wH^*tW-*Vr*JW��^  tMfWt tt^mwtBH(����W*��W,'>WtJl,'WM,,����*����# �����Y'v'  m j^.M�� Writ M* w*rt�� wswtiMi J*%!w>w��*i-Trt>-T'����fl(K. -w  -i-t *-j 4-1-.4*. 11  *�������� �����)*Jhf -w*'"  A Larger" and  .n^ore..Varied. Stock  in our modern  r:::w^llrep*ippdT":::  new premises*  m**rfF��*ii<'^BK*f*<3")(Wi ��"'M��#^%te��i-��^t^^i!^wM^-*'i4^ 1  OmMMMMfta  HHHNMMnM#i  HfMMPW  ^ HUGE STOCK  QUALITY YARD GOODS  WMWWWnMMMM  HiOHH 80&-9331  hoppe  PJ'  tt.  J1 >    ll  n  a.  '������-*���������'-���",-���'  'i *i*  WS^WJI^Utwn-JIiMfl** II*  zzzzaJlz  '������ \':- ,       ;;: .���'���������������'.l ������-��� :���    .      r    .;; :,;���   ,   1 h ' ' '    ���  * ^ * ���* V. y ** V f ��f t* j�� f ��� ������* ** <* V V * r" ��� * t^ ? ft V^ f '* ^^*#^|M^f4W^4ji^^ J^.  1\ ��� r |  I,  t  4  -: :. - [-.*-.--   -  ._ ���,.-'.:. ,y;-y;. ;/y, ;.;.*,...y; ,��� .x7^A...^A7lx77X7A^^  XiiTX  -^TtAffi&JiJ. 7&ii!%i&!7'' ^'-n*1?  r.r.rtfgl^.S-.-.'w  P5|e|B|^!lfil|||(l^^  u cauuy/ i/^muvr.��, , to/, Pri7fi    Mrs    M.- oisan.    Children's   Door  .    r. f^tytjh; Your Neighbours  OF INTEREST: to local Residents Vis. a forth-*  ������(���fjJJIU  moved  Bob Stream Minstrels  With   minstrel   costumes   glittering,    tured without their Talack make-up John Phare, Jeff" Niall, Ken Phare,  banjos strumming and a really fast   are, back from left: David Almond, Garth David, Terry Blomgren; Front,  line of patter, Roberts Creek Scouts    Scout   Master    Maxwell   Hammer-. Randy   Leslie,   Bill   Sluis,   Wffliaiii  gave   a   fine   performance   at   last   smyth,   Gordon   Mcllrath;    Centre, Passmore and Gary Sluis.  Friday's   Centennial   Capers A Pic-  ..,v          ^ .  "\>  ill  ^tvi'* ^'. i   A' /  sr* o  fi  ��  *��  .V  ��.r-  . ��J  isc-  # *  Zi* *  r-y%j|i*-  ���a$3Tj  ���v  b-'m  cdming. radio /progr^|n ehtitled JThe  Intafld^ea^-^ich*V^  Saturday, December ,91^v6ver Ihe C;B,C.  (690 on your radio -'������.dia^V. It .will feature  the voices of someloc^l^resideht^ including  Mrs. Sam Dawe and a^e^oi; the Indians  of this area who will recall interesting  facts concerning the early daj's of the ,  district. ''Inland Sea" refers to the Straits  of Georgia and is but one of a series of  programs entitled "From the Mountains to  the Sea," which has depicted life: in British  Columbia over the past century. V  '  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swanson celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary  en Sunday. December 3rd. 'On* Saturday  afternoon and evening during an "At  Home" celebration, a number of friends  dropped in to offer their congratulations.  The Swansons have three daughters;  Valerie who works on the Peninsula and  Gail who is now in Vancouver, were home  for the occasion. Marilyn is now working  for the Bank of Montreal in Kelowna and  was not able to be - present. On .SunctayTT  Mr. and Mrs. Len Swanson of Gibsons,  entertained the Harold Swansons at a  dinner in their honor.  Excitement over the completion of their  new home has been running high for Pam,  Vickie and Kim, the three young daughters  of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Benner of Selma  Park. The family moved into their new  home on Sunday, November 26th. It is a  modern two bedroom home with a rumpus  room a.nd situated behind and on higher  ground than their former house, having a  beautiful view of the Gulf of Georgia.  Mr. and Mrs. Al Campbell of Tyee Airways have purchased Mr. Benner's former  residence and moved into it last Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gordon entertained  at a small dinner party in their home on  Sunday, November 19th. The dinner was in  honor of Mrs. Gordon's father, Mr. ''Jim  Parker, on the occasion of his birthday.  Miss Clare Ann Lawrence spent the  weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  C. C. Lawrence in their Secheit home.  Accompanying Clare Ann was Miss Betty  Pudwell of White Rock; both are students  at York House School for Girls in Vancouver.  Mrs. C. A. Rodway of Nanaimo was in  Secheit this past week visiting her two  sons.. Charles and Terry and their families.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Bruce   Redman   have  Cham  Saw   Centre   on   Cowrie' Street   in _for4 Mrs-OUve-P-orte, Mrs^L W  Parsons.  Secheit which ^as^the^rig^inal lpcat^n.of    M^7^"Rel^;itorD^>ilson,   Miss  -   UftriWt rv-t-W ���>?���-��� *1J n.^-llv��� .--.*>-.j-1 ".Ufhi t-0\ -i ^���wj.j.i-.o. ;.;rPtj.^k'.-! .----���I-*- -*���-������ ���"-������������'..o-y-,1 ���/].-������ ���-..-<J:  -���������' --��� ���-..**���- -y  .��� ,.--��� -., a-v. i-,-y-.v-,..���- *��������������. ��� ������������   -���������:���Ll =^-j ���  Roly  SOhati  ing and social evening. 'THeVnpr'rii^l^ Mrs.  will be in January at the, home'of Mr, and  Mrs. Cliff^Saialmb-in Davis.Bay.   ' *-;-   '  The beautiful home of Mr. and" Mrs]  Jini Parker, on the waterfront in West  Secheit, suffered some damage ori Saturday due to the recent storm. High winds  caused a large tree to uproot, causing two  power poles to fall carrying power and'  telephone; lines with them. A stanchion  attached to the roof of the house which  also carried service wires was torn away  leaving a sizeable hole causing water  damage. -  Mr. J. S. Northcote of West Secheit is  taking care of a 14 foot fibreglassed plywood boat which was washed up on the  beach during last Friday night's storm.  .Anyone who has lost the boat should give  identification to Mr. Northcote.  Recent visitors to the home of Magistrate' and Mrs. Charles Mittelsteadt were  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Folkard of Trenton,  Ontario. Mr. Folkard has retired after  spending forty-two years as a C.N.R. agent  in Ontario.  St. Hilda's A.C.W. held a very entertaining Fun Night last Friday; evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Win. Baker opened the evening with a piano and accordian duet. The  Bea Rankin '-Players \vith Mrs. Rankin as  riarritdr, mimed a blood curcllihg play  featuring those well known artists: Mr...  and Mrs. Gary Fortall, Mr. and Mrs. Stan  Bryant and Mr. Bob Williams. Once again  Rev. Barry Jenks, with his fine voice and  witty verse made everyone forget their  troubles by elaborating on his own. Mr.  Dave Hayward who also has an exception;  ally fine singing voice sang old favorites  accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Vona  Clayton. The high-light of the evening was  the brain child of Mrs. Mary Redman who  dressed as a puppet master conducted the  musical efforts of three little dwarfs, the  combined efforts of Dave and Eva Hayward, Stan and Amy Bryant, Art Redman  and Marie Firth.  REBEKAHS  The annual tea and bazaar held in St.  Hilda's Parish Hall was this year an outstanding   success.    Winning   the   grocery  H. T. Parsons, Mrs. E. J. Fitzgerald, Mrs.  Ruby,Breese and Mrs. Frank Walker.  The  affair was formally opened by the District-  Deputy   President,   Mrs.   Gladys   Brown,  who was introduced by Mrs. D. Wilson..  Gibsons Branch OAPO  elects 1968 officers  LAST meeting of Branch 38 OAPO Gibsons  was highlighted with election of the 1968  slate of officers and includes: President,  W. M. Haley; 1st vice-president, Geo.  Mould; 2nd vice-president, B. Rutherford;  treasurer; E. Rosen; secretary, Nora A.  Haley. V     A  Directors: Mrs. H. Rutherford and Mrs.  E. Halstead.  This active group, meet twice a month  in the Health Centre. The first Monday is  a social afternoon with a game of Bingo  or cards and a visit over a cup o' tea.  Business meetings are the third Monday  and an interesting coverage given on the  work of the Provincial Board, and all matters pertaining to: the interests of the Old  Age Pensioners. -New members are welcome and Mr. Haley will .gladly help any  O.A.P. with problems arising from same,  re Forms, etc.  Next meeting changed to Monday, December llth, due to the busy holiday season  and tickets are available for the Christmas  Dinner.  Carbon tetrachloride is sometimes found  in  commercial spot removers,  and  some  people still attempt to use it for difficult  cleaning jobs.   This is  a  most dangerous  substance which should never be kept or  used within the home.   It is four times as  poisonous as carbon monoxide, and when  absorbed into the  body  by inhalation  or  absorption   through   the   skin   may   cause  permanent liver and kidney damage.   If a  person is sensitive, or has absorbed alcohol,  even a small quantity could- kill.  i*v t~��   ���*  -      >'  -*��_���.����"  ,--\  to  UV  t_J_*_____<  REGIONAL DISTRICT  _____s_r"t-  j4_n&' ^'i'..  Musical  Review  Presenting two acts at Mount Elphih- Steve Sleep, Skeane Reid, Danny David Wilson, Dan Olsen and Warren  stone Cubs"and Scouts Centennial Zueff, John Sleep, Dale Underwood Dixon. Also in the cast were: John  Capers,'y--\CfibsBii&'::::'^''-';PMk::'proved and Nicky B.ergnaeh; Centre, Dean Wilson, Billy Nygren, Jerry McCpn-  extremely vers^M^ Front, Joey nell, Wally Nygren, Glen Cramer,  were; Back row, iGlen 'Wheeler, Zueff, Brian Edgren, Kelly Freder- Michael Herman and Jimmy Peter-  Trevor Reid, Keith MacKenzie, Tony ick, John McConnell, Craig Hostland, son.  Bergnach, Pat White, Glen Beaudry,  Your Regional District Board Urges You  to the Garbage  To ��ote  A  t  ' "  Coilection Referendym for the area.  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'���.'J^ATfXl      Al^'i.1 I'll    J^   T^^.  insoiis Council Candidate  i<?~  ���^LyVr*,**-'>ir*p*  *1��**u> fl*1*-*  s  'H' 'V*. Vr tffrrfe V'���V'.A1*1   JA �����*���->'    *���   "  '��������� -���--  4-V;'  ���5t  ���**; . v t V '^ '������>'A"1   A �����' ''    ���  > , V   * '    -'  OMermng cows smd lesebdl  Wednesday, December ��$,4907���^ The Peninsula Times  -Pir^e-B-*-  ij*^iiinirifj)iiiijii.iii*/ii  i>EABLY imthe' season 'I thought of a furiny * parsonage, and ipto Edgar Blaise's f*-d��t  'U remark J ^was 'going to say, "Aftei^the_ Joor,  frtieye it houap'ed a'roupd tile fr&fl** '  ��.3 SbxTiad a,wmiflg Mr��?ak of~one game way and gaveTIrsrVBlaisdell qtjite "a start"  5,. .'* and "then I was going; to make up a bfeeatfse she was taxty'mg tiie baby upstaire  ,  stbry about Tidy Bibber ariif how lie went for his nap.   Figuring the distance ir&m.  to">Ffenw&y^/Fark to See a game and got home elate to the cow, and from the caw  taught hp'J in a faaffic   circle��. and ' we to the Blaisdell front haJL' lhi��i was probably  haven't heafr<Tfrom him lately.   Biit then the longest fly ball in baseball history,./  Xhe Sbx won two games and the whole idea *���_' speaking of Add, he was, the one who  $as "abahdbfaed.   Bift now comas a letter ^ the home-made fungpbat  His uncle  itpm a lonely lady (dny lady who -writes , ^adeit for him.   It w<*$ a piece' of -light  jfhe a l&tlefis lovely) and She says, '-'Please poplar wood, and tbe uncle had bored it  give us another baseball piece." *- lengthwise with-an old cistern aught -and  A    Gerry Dixon  Gerry  Dixon   came  years  ago  tb -work in  owned by Mr. W. Graham  bought the block of stores  Wes|ey B. Ho&fton  I'llvas'pfetty "gotfd, * though.   My parents sigh.   Of cpurse, the uncle told Add never  were riot'fetftirtiy understanding, and sortie- to use it at the plate in a g^me, and we  tipies baseb'aH didh��t get.' their complete were   always - mindful.    But  one  day   a  Support, -if \hey told1 me to tie home afa visiting enemy,got it by atustaJce, and he  cetfain hdurtb^stabulate and'lactate the connected with one of Chipper Fenshaw's  bovine crittur'they assumed-that I wolild fast balls.   The ball dropped about eight  fio'so or'eise< '   " '" inches ahead of the plate, hut some of the  ^ This came to a^crisis the day we'Tlayed l^J10���?^***   *   gQ��*   mJ^  Richmond:. The score stood 23-23 in -the -ftpwiwie 1 mil tell some ,more baseball  17th inning; with "Richmond'at Bat, ah& I storles-      -    - -'   ��� *��� - -    "~' *  barber shop is located; t6gether ��� with the Wstitute "of Accredited PubUc AccQUnt^n^,' ��*kf ����*/���<��*-��^ a^aJ^ tT& ^^f!  barber  shop  business,  and  recently   has . both Dpminion and Provincial. Fo^&art the ^elds, ;pastutre,' wooiUots-and, related  enlarged the building to take in three more he was Revenue Supervisor with��the |feas�� Wdscape.^aod afrived. home . with   my  businesses.                  "       ~ '" i,Vy A the "sSkatohewan GFviHmeHt'Tnd felder^^e-stdlon-to-uiKnarthe cow.  Among Gerry's interests-^re skin diving for; 9 years inspected  municipal jeco^ J.^,^/^  waJerl  p0Uu      r ��� i   'I^UT  and baseball.   For 'several year's he has He has served 4 years as vmage*JomjJi& Mndful o�� bran to ^ her qmel wblle l  MEN'S high triple, Freeman Reynolds 731  (880). Ladies' high5 triple was Phyllis  Hylton 763 (293)" (280). High singles were  rolled by Lorne Gregory 528.and Grethe  Taylor 340.   .  v. .'. : ��� ���-   Xi:  y       ���   *  SECHELT VQf ERS  During past years it has become increasingfy obV[aus to me as a taxpayer that  W**c;f| qf \yhqt has transpired in council leaves a greqt (feat ta be desired. Hasty decision*;  and often lack of decision hove proved costJy |wh from the point of y'teyr o\[ the  taxpayer and tfip growth of the village. It will.not b$ possible to undo past mistakes,  we COf��v |ioweyerf ijiake sure tfiey are not repeated- by removing deadyood ond electing  those la office v*bo have broader views qnd tbe ability to grasp opportunities far the  betterment of all af a minimum of cost. //'-.'"  / . -     -  ', K^y wide experience of communities affair**- provides me, I feel, with a good knowledge of what the community requires  ond a$ one wno makes his living in the  Y��|(age as well a*^ residing here, it is my  p(ea��ure to offer my services as commissioner.  Sincerely  CHARLES RODWAY  eeenror  ppf  been active in the promotion of Minor  League baseball, including Little League  and Connie Mack. He was also an.active  member of the Kinsmen Club for seven  years and is a member of Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept.  sione^ and- two years as chairmap. Mrs,  Hodgson is extremely'active in. cpriimiipity  affaijrs and is the author of * the" ^bobfc,  "Autumn Leaves." Their only son*recen,tjy  retired as Group Captain in the R.C.A.F.  Mr. Hodgson is also an artist of some, renown and has had many paintings exhibited. Now retired, Capt. Hodgson is pre*  pared tq devote all his time 'to -bis  municipal duties. * * "'    *  Fred Feeney  Wealth of experience lies behind Fred  Feeney as-fa' commissioner with four years  on Council of Gibsons, twenty years as a  , volunteer fireman and is employed  with  ^ B.C. Telephone Company   On jop of this,. f  J"'  he is an acUve n^pJipber^of^theT Kiwanfs*"  Club,   Chamber   of Conrmbfcc.^tlod* and  Gun and the Royal Canadian Legion.   As  "a commissioner, he has always acted without  bias and  given of his  best for the  community as a  whole.   During the  last  war he served with the Royal Canadian  Air Force.  milked her.  [f Out school wasn't a large one, and  turning out joine' baseball players was an  achievement. We usually got six or seven,  and then, dipped into grammar school. We  played other* schools our size, and sometimes they' dipped -farther down than we  did. So I.-was ai least that important to  the team���-sitfetituies were litsually Ijttfe  fellows from the sixth grade. When -I  finished milking my cow that crucial evening I ran back to .the ball diamond, across  lgts, andJ found only' the school janitor  there. Hevwas raking the dirt around home  plate and talking to himself about something in his domestic affairs, and I said,  ���'How did the gaipe come out?"  He said, "Richmond won in the 17th by  3 home run to left field."  1   Qur coach spoke to me snippily about  players who deliberately leave the field inv,621,   Freeman- Reynolds  the middle of a crucial inning, but I said, '* Stewart 658.  WqitiXcbffgz "  " V;".; ;=q-:'-  Lorraine ;Werhfrig .'533, Marg Petef'spp  622'Irene Rbttluff,:6.23,(267), Georgirie MacJc-*  lam 5.4P,-'Carql. Kufucf 504, .Eleanor Pen-  fold 517,'Melqdy l^enry"558; Violet'Perihier  5Q2, .Kazel' Wright 571, Iva Peterson 6i0  (250)," Ivy Richards 520, Dariene'Maxfield  559f (243)', 'Marion^ Lee 678.'"  "  ' "' '  GIBSONS .A ���*. A"       ���   t  Paulette Smith 674,(278), Len Ellis.249,  Don Skinner 243, Orville Shogan.627, Freeman .Reynolds .695,.Helen Girard 621 (233),  Art Holden 711 (251), Mavis Stanley..649  (247), Lorraine-Werning 636 (242), Harvey  Werning 257, Lorraine Barber 243;  TEACHERS HI  Linda Yablonski 243, Grethe Taylor 650  (340), Al WilHams 240, Violet Pennier 646  (258), Bob Blakeman 698 (322), Art Holden  731   (280), , Jim  ���,fth*lra(ijb^h! ^.ort^bGdie-l or displayed by Uier ttijtio'r Control BoatiJ or by tiie Govemnient'oi; British CorumbFa  ^^s^  _'"   - *    .-r'   - 4.1  A..IH  Stfi*    ,  r;**'."*14 \,  BOB*    ~ f   , ^A/if^xt^xv  1 Jtec^iin^ttMNMPtoiwii**1**'  ,    lyir.  Kcnnoth A.  Crosby  Seeking flection as commissioner on tho  Gibsons .Village CommlsHlon, Mr,' Ken  Crosby ha�� lived In tho, Gibsons aroa for  thirteen years and Is nn assistant chief  engineer , al C.F.P., Howo Sound "Dlvn.  Ho,(ls; art active ipcmbcr of Wal 297,  Internnllonnl Brotherhood of Pulp ami  Sulphite Workers, A yutoran bf Wo^ld War  Two, Mr, Crosby Is"memhor of Urnneh 109,  Royal, Cnnmllnn Legion and Ih married  with three children, Keenly Interested In  communlty-affnlrsr'Kon-'l.i-nlow-chalrmnn  and   Iruslec   of,Gibsons   Firo   Protection  James Drummond  Jim   Drummond  has   also   served  for  years   on- Gibsons  Village t Council  during   which   time   he   has -on- mjny  occasions proved to have a keen mind and  shown j a <? great desire to see ��� the village  make progress without hitting the taxpayer  tpo badly. t Past president of the Kiwanis  Club, he was also pursuing the possibilities  'of development of the Municipal Airport at  Wilson Creek which until he was removed  froin that office, was making rapid strides.  As 6ujld(rig  chairman on council he has  always made what hp has sincerely felt to  be  a   fair  and   honest decision  and   has  served extremely well in this capacity.  ���''���''��� 1 s  1     ;. -  SqUkringly Yours  ���������'''-���������'���'������������ '���'������AAJi^-  FLASHING tidbits ifrpip ,tbe square, dance  picture on the Sunshine Coast 1are us  follows: ��� ''������'.'. '.\\ ���"'', 'x 7, /,Va:a\  Horry Robertsoh of tbe Gibsons Squarenaders tu)s a beginners clas,s on the go  In Gibsons ph Thursday nights., For in- ,  formation ca0 ''Harry, where are you?1'  If that doesn't work, telephone 886*9540,  but if that doesn't, work or. you are closer  to Port Mellon just put In a cnll to Bud  ''Blatchford 886*2135. If you really wis)., tp  start something,,*,call 885*9941 and, t^ko in 1  chance In the square danco world;- '���  I didn't make:the sauaj-q dance'Wjtt^'tho'  Gibsons Squarenaders last Sfttyrday'lllgh,t ���  nnd I understand that only one set wns  there and this Included their, poor pld ,  caller who had to, dn'pco oven thqugb ,the  gout was bother*"-* \\\n\ qnd h�� coplfip^  bend his wooden leg, I should have'gone,  for I think ovep 1 could have kept up with,  him.,. .������   ���      ', , ,71,7.17,,,1.  VI plead the fifth commandment, sir." He  didn't seem to think this was much of an  explanation for blowing a bail game, but in  my league if we kept a cow 17 innings was  too long ah outing. -v  5 Cows and baseball were not always incompatible, however. One time in a scrub  game at fecess Add Prosser connected and  the ball sailed into the -Roger>��������� Hammond-  'dooryard 'and rolled under the August  Sweet trefe,. where Mr. Hammond's bl|ck  and white cow was picking up the last|of  the drops. f  . This was in September, and we didn't  play team b^ll after school bpene^. We  played scrub. So Add hit the ball, 'and: ft  rolled up-to this cow, and she ate it.  Actually, there is little nutrimep! in a baseball, but sows ^jfe" not'thf bri|htest things  lathe wofjld^fllttiough I hav/e iieyer figured  out just what is. And >tbi$ <SOw of Mr.  Hammond* in turn, w|sp'tuthe, bHghtest,  cow in the- world. When1 wearriy^d to  retrieve our; one and onlyVSasebSU, which  would last'us until snowtime novirtaat vwe  had put friction tape on. it, this cow w<as  humped up, her eyes were bugged out like  two cantaloupes, and her middle section  was beginning to look! like a "blimp���although at that time none, of lis had seen a  blimp. As,I remember it, we boys were  not at thes moment -dver-concerhed about  the cow, but stood there wondering how  we could vfinish- the game ">^fh- no. ball.  After all, recess is only 15 minutes and  we'd already used up a good part of it.  , Just then this poor cow coughed, and  our baseball went sailing Over through  Fr��d barker's garden, across Cap'n Nute  Glven's lawri, paat the Universalist Church  COMMERCIALS  Phyllis Hylton. :763 (293) (280), Doreen  Crosby 685 ^250), Shiriey Hopkin 690 (243),  Lorne Gregory 706 (328), Evelyn Boyce 245,  Evelyn Shadwell 628 (244) (246). *  PORT MELLON  Red Cay 710 (262) (245), Don MacKay  634, FreemahAReynolds -. 697 (256), -Art  Holden 247, Bill Ayres ;619, Alice Day. 635.  JUNIORS  Jim 'Green 390 (i93) (194), Colleen  Husby 306 (160V, Ginhy Alsager 350 (2(��i  Martin Kiewitz 311 (185), Wayne. Wright  358X-197)/. - '<#;;  BANTAMS   . ��� vJ'.  '* Erik -Hajisen,, 277 (140)x ^^ndi Hansen  242, Debbie ..Sicotte" 24a'? Cindy.' Whieldon  275-X159)," B��Uy"'#mstr6pg 231, 'Michael  Armstrong, 23i, Debr'a Pedneault 216,  Randy Whieldon 264, Debbie Whieldon 206,  David Pedneault 215,.. .  Juvenile soccer  SUNSHINE Coast  Juvenile Soccer  scores  for-'/last weekend arc as follows:,   ...,.-  ''Division'?: Secheit Timbermen 2, Shop  Easy 0^ Gibsorts .Cougars Q, Canfor 3.-';.  Division 6: 'Secheit Braves' l, Secheit  Legion! ' 1; , Gibsons , Legion is, Secheit  Tigers-.6,.      ���...."���;,'��� .';������''  Division'4C..Seehelt Totems 3, Sfecheit  Legion 1; /Madeira Park; 1, Loqal297 0.  Divisibp,. 2:, ��� VGjbsbns' Upited 0,' Cliff  Avenue '5'. '' - ,''  -������%��**����-&y����Wwft-i^wfri<M^  wtnwuw-]  The next club squnra dancq tq bo hold  will be nt tho Hopkins Hall with the Gibsons Squnrenndprs on Dec. l0th,(lW7i This  will bo their U��t pqwaro dwn��?o of tbo year  19(17 and will nlso bo'their Chrlstipna squa^ro  dnhco'-wltlr-nll-squftrn-danccrs-'wclcomci:  Watch tho Peninsula .Times for furlhop lp*  District n,wl Captain of Gibsons Volunteer strnctlnns next week. In, the menptl^p,  Firo Dopt, slncti lOftl. lie hns accepted nnd why not give square dnnclnfl a, try, see"yqn  fulfilled many rowpohslWHtloH (in the (Hb*    la\tor.> -,.','���  sons nro'n nndns owner of n home; nnd a," ��� ,' '. 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Two tono colour; all motor conUructloni tah'-'otor' -into'*"-*'*  paragraph Indentation; two colour ribbon; ollto or pica $ �� Mtk   K_{^  * ty|t��i i>lm n��onV olMf urwit (��qture��,  from    ��� LPTTERA 33 . . , "Tho Preitlgo Portablo" full keyboard. S  ~r~ww*wi^ ; ��� *  ^V'50 * |,ETTIRA32  **(*jf��i!��JMl**<*;- -1  I<l9i5<l  , tho "personal portable" with big touch      ?tfh*fh   Cgfl  i5<Hon, Hot tabulator, half tpacln*., two coMf tlbbon.    ::;::;   #F^*��3I1M'  ,.ts    JLARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE AREA  **-%"  ���f^H-y^ jj*�� * ���Vf* *  \  *   il      I     <  It      ,f  : I  ri  T.7\  I:   V-  f- i  A*  7X i  !������}.;    '  *���:���}., a  tslA?  f 7Xr  L a��~-  ; ��� *. H" -;  .���A-SA;"  , ."'V*  Vfx  hi-.:-  1}  1 '      '     '."'       7     ���       " '      )       '  -V" !'   l     ���    "    i ���   ���'     ' ,    ���' " .   . ��� ��� , ;  : ��� '; '      , i. ���      '. ������''���'','������/ ' ���        , ���' '    '���'  ''       .a      t  1 i   '���  ^.V^ik**"*** ~7X^0!B^mXX  ni%3Jfc  mil:  : t -JiU> A.s Jii:*ili-1A  ���*�����*   4Miiy *������**���  Tiie  Cup  ** "*��� *?''**_!.'' ���,*ip*'MVji"1" vr "i11" 'i,,w v ���-* '**y **********'*���_ ���}*" "ss^ir' 5" ***'' "* r "i" '*��� ' *IX "' w��l*t'  ���f.1, ivS�� * ��� .       !i _.     j* >��A   "    .v   y  Fund  at  "YOUR   money  was   blessed,*'   said, Dr.  Bali, a USC staff physician,, to Dr. Hit-  schmanova. "Our small village is today  famous in Delhi State because of the help  it received from Canada."  The help he speaks of is the founding of  a regional heal'th co-operative plan, the  first contributory scheme in Delhi State.  For $1.50 a year 697 families receive free  \p*J-^^n _fc,ge_Ir8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 6. 1967  Health Tips  Travelling doctor brings medical help to ailing villagers  doctor, midwifery and ambulance services.  The medical care they get means happy  life. It is not easy for many of the families to find even this small sum; it means  pinching pennies, cutting * down on basic  food  weeks or even months  to save the  money. But once it has been paid they  know that for <a whole year a doctor will  take care of all their family's ills, caring  for everyone from the unborn to the oldest  grandparents. In keeping with its policy  of moving to another needy area when the  Government or another organization can  assume responsibility for a demonstration  program which is going well, the USC has  now withdrawn from the scheme and turned it over to the local villagers who continue to run it very successfully.  But it was made-possible by your donations last year to the Cup of Milk Fund.  This year's donations will go on to feed and  help the thousands more who desperately  need it.  Donations may be left at The Times  offices (Secheit and Gibsons) or at the  Bank of Montreal in 'Secheit or Gibsons,  where receipts will be issued for" tax  purposes.  Canadian Medical Assoc.  CHEST X-RAY  Everybody agrees that chest x-rays^ are  essential in the detection of early tuberculosis, early lung cancer, and other silent,  serious lung and heart troubles. Early detection is vital because the chances pf  controlling or correcting these conditions  are greater when trea'tment can be started  early.  There is no question about the value of  chest  x-rays���but how often should  they1'  be taken? * N  The Canadian Medical Association says,  every teen-ager should have a chest x*ray  and tuberculin test���before he leaves school.  If these are negative, then there need be  no mor chest x-rays until age 40. However, a tuberculin test should be taken  annually. If the tuberculin test is positive,  then a chest x-ray. should be taken annually.  At age 40, chest x-rays every year  should begin. The hazard of tuberculosis,  lung cancer and other- chest disease, becomes greater at this stage in life���particularly for men.  The CM.A. says that among older men  who are addicted to smoking cigarettes,  one out of every 300 develops lung cancer.  REGIONAL DISTRICT  %m  �����*�����.  ^*^tv  %***\<r*��'  ^!^"t*  l~am' pleased -teraeeepK nominoHon^f or-  Director of the Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District to represent Area F, Granthams Landing to Port Mellon, to Gambier  and Keats Island.  I'have been associated with the Regional  District  since  its  inception one year ago.  ~ I have been a resident of the Sunshine  Coast for,four years and am presently a  resident of Langdale.  I ant employed by Canadian Forest  Products; at Port Mellon as assistant Plant  Engineer.  I have been active in the local Boy  Scouts for four years.  I would appreciate the opportunity to  serve the Sunshine Coast further on the  Regional District Board and ask your support. '  I also urge you to appdove By-low No.  11 so that the Board can act quickly ond  establish a coast wide garbage service.  ON DECEMBER 9* VOTE  LORNE WOLVERTON  Personalized "Just for You"jentertaining-accessorieS  ������ dinner napkins, cocktails napkins, coasters, matches  and playing cards ��� printed with your name or initials,  add a personalandfe��tiEe4eiicK_fo your parties. They do  so much; yel cosfsoUttle, and are always socially correct.  Before your next party, drop in and see the complete  samples of Personalized "Just for You" entertaining  accessories, stationery and thank-you cards at  SECHELT PENINSULA TIMES  SECHELT, B.C.  The Martian was kissing and hugging  the traffic signal when it quickly changed  from "Go" to "Stop". The Martian snickered, "What do you expect? Women are  all teases."  Good Education fs      F^ 5  the Foundation of  a Good Community  FOR THIS REASON I WOULD LIKE TO  SEE CONTINUED PROGRESS IN THE  EDUCATION OF THE CHILDREN.  I fed that the knowledge gained during  the past four years as trustee representing!  the Village of Gibsons Landing together  with my attendance at seminars and workshops, qualifies me to serve the community  and school pupils. Also I 'am a past president of the Gibsons Parent Teacher Association and the mother of two children attending school and one who graduated last year.  Please vote, Saturday, December 9,  at Gibsons Municipal ���<  MRS. CHARLOTTE (Peggy) VOLEN  FOR SCHOOL  TRUSTEE  CHARLOTTE M.  VOLEN  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  ���*WIMMMMMMyy|IMWII��i*WIIII^^  From the first fall of powder  to the last grain of corn,  Lucky Lager goes down great -  the taste for men with a taste  for action on skis. Lucky's  blended and brewed Western-  style - delivers big beer flavour  glass after glass, great beer  quality case after case. Next time  you "sit back", grab yourself  a Lucky Lager, the B.C. beer for men  whoknowagoodbeerwhentheytasteit.  Give ^fburself a  LUCICVBREAR  For free home delivery and bottle return, phone:  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  CHAIN SAW  CENTRE  Box 489 - Secheit  DEALERS FOR:  P.M. Conodien - McCulloch - Homelite.  Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saws  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  Save Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Secheit, B.C.  DOC'S MECHANICAL CLINIC  I ���'��������������� > ��� ��� ,   ���   ��� .  Mechanic with over 20 years experience and the best of  tune up and overhaul equipment, including 160 hour  steam cleaner.  ALL EQUIPMENT PORTABLE  NOW SETTING UP SHOP AT  the New  CEDARS INN  Fine Cuisine in a  Friendly Atmosphere  LYLE Qnd OUVE  886-9815 Gibsons, B.C.  t��j^��s^*t'*-4t^i.t(^*WiwfcJfJ^^�� ran ^tUWteMtMwiJwiJti-ifefll^wtsfisH  SUNSHINE (OAST SERVICE  WILSON CREEK  Prop in or Phono 885-9466  NEVENS TELEVISION  & RADIO  STEREO-STEREO-STEREO  6 models to choose from  *E>ealer"for*  ZENITH -PHILIPS- RCA  f LEEPWOOD  Better than,pty Prices  Phono 886-2280  GIBSONS, B.C,  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  //  BENNER BROS.  Furnishings and  -       Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio .  Phone 885-2058    -    Secheit, B.C.  HONEY TOPPED COFFEE  Coffee cakes are not something that ono makes for day to day early morning  breakfasts; That is why they arc such' a treat during the Christmas holiday  season when there Is more time to prepare breakfast and to eat It leisurely.  Originally coffee cakes were always made from a yeast dough but now wo havq  recipes using baking powder: This makes it possible* to put a "quick" coffee  cake/fresh from tho oven; on tho table In about half an hour, A honey .topping  spread on any coffoe cake before it is baked adds much to both, its flavoui-'and  appearance. f         _' 77'X .: .,.  QUICK COFFEE CAKE  (with Honey Topping) '  Vi, cup butter ���       1 Vt cups,all-purpose flour  ft  cup sugar Ay   2      teaspoons baking powder A  I  egg ' lA teaspoon salt  2/3 cup milk  Cream butter, add sugar grodually and cream well, fJcat.lnogg and milk.  Sift,together flour, baking powder ,apd salt, A,dd to buttor. sugar. o<ia ond niilkv  mixture and beat until smooth. Turn Into greased cake pan (8"x0"), Spread with  Honey Topplno, boko at, 375* F for about 25 mins.   ,  -V4 cup honoy  */i cup sugar  HONEY TOPPING (1)  yti  cup butter, molted  2'tablespoons flour  Vi cup finely chopped nuts   . i  Add molted buttor to honoy, sugar and flour, Cream well, Spread on Colfeo  Cpko before baking and sprinkle wilh chopped nuts,  lfcH��W*S"^'����^fi=eM<���Wi*'**tM<*^ifc'g^^  HONEY TOPPING (2)  2 tablespoons butter  I  tablespoon milk        ,  -A cup finely chopped "oms ,,.,.. ..     ,   ,    <......   ,';.,.  Mix together and brlnp to boiling point oyer low heat, Cool slightly and  spread on Coffee Cake before baking-,  2 tablespoons honey  ,% cup sugar       Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  Helene's  Fashion Shoppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  *tf,ltMfil*l*i��iiiltl*  AS LOW AS  2Jc A DAY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEWSHELL-FURNACE  Complete .with, oil   burner,   ducts  worK and oil tank in your homo,  Call   Bud  Kiewitz   your shell ,011  Distributor,  -886-2133 Gibioni, D.C.  K.*^l^��JWlt��*W* H9 ,I.*I*AAAA*AIAI,WAIM,AH  1*     I      |     I..        I  ' f A <-,  pnmaoooooo^^  S^e Wmjaloj^  *��><***# *iVi**Vh **     -***  Secheit Saturday, December 9th  at 2 p.m; Treats for the youngsters.  Courtesy Secheit Merchants assisted by The Lions Qliib  . 1 Hi  im44��t **�����  ' A  'T"  ���i\ 111   ' s 1 a' ', '  ^A**i.4.j��'jr *Aif �� t a * " *, f'- �� '* '* */'* '��� *" "' *V '* '  1    1      '. ���  ���   ���   1  1   1  1 > 1 t  1  1 '< 1  �� '.  ����� .  1 , .  1 ". . V '*��� '>*  fA��,,.*A  *'.,.K^��^��   h   f.  ��,���>>,-. ., 1.��, >, f, '. 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