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"* ( =i"{ai"''j*i' ?*��� :  bT*  *-*>  *Ay?A%"*:y'"  >��  I>W*/68  ,REQUESTV&e months JgA�� ft��j_*l&< 'Sanies',are Required >to ^. *^*h.^ SeWn^S-n^ Inlet), incjudN PorfMe > Hon, Hopkins Unding^htKo^s Landing, Gibsons, Roberts C/eekj  Vis-/MP fcdasrCapUano" that the Minis- . a minimum of $50'. per ton'far round fish      yVifsWCreek, SeltpQ.Park/tSe^lt;>lalftpc>oa Bay, S-cret?Cove, pgnder.Horbour, Madeira Parky Kfeindole; Irvine's,Landing, Earl Cdve, Egmont.J  ter af Fisheries give "consideration to'car- /or thirteen and a half cents per pound on  rying on the Dogfish subsidy for the West   unskinned'dogfish flaps on a delivered has*  Coast has bourne fruit and Mr. Davis-inv'is' for all dogfish .purchased under this  farmed The Timesjthis week that the subA *pl8^.,U'A, *    '   "- - ''   ;        *     '. -  , sidy.wili continue., Mr. Davis states a ''   a\ ,"A totaLof'$24,000 has beenVrovided and-  The marketing, assistance progranr.for* Ihis^TVill provide for' the-production of ap*  the catching and processing*of dogfish' on ^proximately,200,000 pounds of dogfish flaps.'���  A'    *      \ 06parti��eftf^Otto*a.A / r��        '%��    '  -t    ^   w      .uj-i       p+v im     *^v ��  ���*        /      >- *?  WEDNESDAY/, ft5C.sU/ 19*?  the West Coast-will be icontinued'in 1968.  This marketing'assistance program/ which *���  was^ started last year, is designed to test  the economics of -a new1 industry which  could not only provide an additional source  of employment forVB.C. fishermen, but  also reduce the number of dogfish off the  West Coast of British Columbia.  This assistance payment will be in the  form of the payment to fishing companies  of a maximum of ll cents per pound on  the production of skinned dogfish flaps.  There is a ready market in Germany  for these flapsj; and Companies ate also  hopeful of selling some of the'skinned carcasses in the United Kingdom. -' >  Companies wishing1 to participate in this  assistance program should contact the Department of Fisheries" Regional. Office in  Vancouver, ,   '  Fishermen wishing to participate should  arrange with a company for purchase of  "dogfish or dogfish flaps before proceeding  to fishing grounds. - '   ^_  Health Unit moves  Commissioner gives warning  building freeze in Bay area  REQUEST by a Gibsons resident for an  access in order to proceed with construction of a home resulted in a -warning by  Commissioner Ken Goddard that regulations now in force by the Coast Garibaldi  Department of (Health could mean,no more  building in the Bay area until a sewage  system has been installed.  The warning -came following an emergency meeting of the Health Unit* reported  in last" week's Times, at which attention  had been drawn to a high rate &f hepatitis  in the low lying Squamish area. New legislation was introduced by Order in Council  last August and is now in effect. It applies  throughout the province and freezes building where the water table is less than four  feet below ground surface at any time.  Regarding the property in question.  Clerk Dave Johnston advised that it is on  higher ground but he would carry out a  check, nevertheless. Regarding application  for access, it was moved, village works  foreman Fred Holland investigate the situation.  w^:���haiman>::^  to the fact that more should be done to  improve the Municipal Airport at Wilson  Creek.. While appreciating the fact that  funds for such work are presently unavailable, he told council he had taken visitors  to the^district to see the airport "they  were quite amazed at the activity taking  place here but were of the opinion that a  great deal more should be done to improve  it," he; said.  Another architectural triumph, the new  Elphinstone School library, has apparently  no fire,...-exit' Coram. Fred Feeney told  council he had received a report from the  fire chief who it seems was told nothing  can be done by the board until next board  ��� >ineetuig.;"'*v.'-** .--V''":-:'-~--'-y;,?'-T^-*-**>>?*:��-��*<iv5  will have to go along with it," he said.  -    Comm.   Feeney   suggested   the   matter  should be given considerable study before  council makes any decision as to its attitude  to the Regional College project.  rescue  Volume 5} No.' 2  tOc  MRS. WAiLLY Erickson of Davis Bay was  feeling very much alone last week. Her  husband was at work and she* was fighting  a losing battie-'on''tiie'.wa't��r^ni;;-tiry)i^.to'  save their boat from the huge5 waves that  were already over the road.  Tbe waterlogged boat was heavy and  just slipping away when the school bus  stopped, high school boys piled out and in  no time willing bands pulled the boat from  the sea and placed it safely on high ground.  To these boys who got their feet, wet  and may not have heard her thanks in the  rarging,'wind, V^s. ,���Erlckspn wants them to  know just how much she appreciated their  help.  Popular poster coldest  close of date Dec.15  THERE has been keen competition among  the school students in tiie area from  Port Mellon to Secheit to devise' a poster  for the wall at the back of the parking lot  at the-Credit Union building at Secheit.,  Literature that may be of help to the  students pllrticipating, has been ^istirilnited  to the schools, and thejConte$t itself is bec-  (^atrmt^^es^HodgSQn^reportij^ on a   -Afl^Mrim^r ^y^ follow-  ,, ..-. ���._-    ^ week. "Prizes of ��40,'"$20 and $10 will  be awarded to the three best entries.  VWVilUVIf-EillU  All the magic of Christmas shines in whispered in Santa's ear when he  the  eyes   of  4-&  year  old  Denise paid a visit to Secheit on Saturday.  Laking seated on Santa Claus knee Denise is the daughter of Mr. and  and making that very special Christ- Mrs.  Vera Laking and Santa was  mas   wish.    Hundreds   of   children none other than Uncle Mick.  Chairman recommends . . .  iHiiEiGii ftppffoves request  recretilinn donation  LATEST move in an endeavor to retain  some form of a Recreation Commission  on the Peninsula was reported by Comm.  Ray Clarke at last meeting of Sei&el  Council who said he had attended a meeting with Mr. Patton of the Provincial  Recreation Department recently and. it  seems a grant of $2,000 could be made  available.  .This would be taken up with the salarys  of Mrs. J. Nelson who from -past experience,  with Mr. Phil Lawrence, the past Recrea-i  but expressed the view that the amount  sought appeared rather high. It was agreed  to go ahead with the proposition and donate  the required amount.  Somewhat less enthusiasm was shown  request by the Secheit Chamber of Commerce for an annual grant of $100, Chamber pointed out that it is customary for  councils to.back their own local 'Chamber  of Commerce in order to assist its endeavours on behalf of the community.  ^,<Jomm. Hanson expressed the view that  Centennial Library  opening December 17  SECHELT Centennial Library will be officially opened at 2 p.m. on Sunday,  December 17th.  Hon. Isabel Dawson, 'Minister Without  Portfolio and possibly Provincial Centennial Chairman Mrv Wallace will be on hand  for the ceremony together with members  of Redrooffs -and Halfmoon Bay Centennial  Committees who joined forces with the Secheit Committee for tbe combined project.  Secheit Kinsmen and Sunshine Coast  Lions under the supervision of Mr. Ervine  Benner who provided equipment were  busy last week painting the inside-of the  new building. .'  Books will be moved this week by members of the library assisted by Secheit  Guides, who will also attend the ceremony.  Special feature of tne. ceremony will be  the sealing of Centennial ntomentos into  the cement floor- of the building.      ���" ��� "  Skates finally turn up  classes start Saturday  ORGANIZERS  of the  Gibsons  and  area  skating club, overcame many seemingly insurmountable difficulties- ���to get the  skates rolling, but thev forgot the complicated international transit system.  Lost in transit, the skates failed* to arrive in time for scheduled classes but  skates will arrive in time for next Saturday's class from 2-4 prm., Elphinstone  Gymnasium, Saturday, December 16.  Rates are $1.25 for adults, inclusive of  skates; 75c for students and just 50c for  children 13 years and under.  If there is sufficient interest, two sessions may be organized for future Saturdays. _  ..  Keen interest bas been,-aroused in both  Secheit and Pender. Harbour areas, and  the organisers are thinking;in terms of a  mobile van to take skates into, these' districts, . .',*���./'       ,   -  Baptist Churches plan  annual Yule Semceis:  BETHEL Baptist Church,, Secheit- and. Calvary Baptist Church,- Gibsons,.wfll.be  holding annual Christmas S��rvices-on Sunday, December 17th, in accord with- past  practice. -   .      ,   *-  The children of the Sunday Schools will  take an active part in the services arid wall  offer their songs, readings and poems as  acts of * thanksgiving. >   ..  Parents and friends will be in'attendance and everyone is welcome .and invited.  Services at Gibsons will be held at'9:45  a.m. and al Secheit at 11:15 a.m.     , :  Elphinstone secondary  honour society fist  ELPHINSTONE,Secondary  students qualifying for the Honours Society during  this first term of the school year are as  follows:  Div. II���Louise Johnston, 2.8.  Div. m���Phil Reeves, 2.2J  Div. IV���Deborah* Dockar^ 2.4.  Div. VI���Linda Price, Si    "-A-    -.,  Div. VII���Dorian Gregory, 2.7; r Donna  Nelson, 2.3; Maureen Owen^2.1.  Those with Honourable Mention:  Div. HI���Pat Warn, 2.0.,~ A    ,  Div.r VII���Karen  Alsage&Bob ' Bennie;  Karen Enemark, all with%.0% -    :- ~   ,-  Div. -X���Frances Finlayson, 2.0f " '  *?*r't*-i%:-  tion   Director,  is  considered  capab-eVr,of| Qus^is not council's concern.and that the  operating the-offifceJdve "days we^dy-^-^rafep^^temberj-should Taise^ite orren, finances.  meeting held in North Vancouver by the  ���Regional ^  attended witiff Dave Johnston "we were  made welcome^ told we were not delegates,  could not, vote and in fact would have  nothing to say," he said. He added that a  site has evidently been chosen but that no  publicity oh the meeting, was requested.  "���We came away feeling quite let down.  It seems to me that they clearly indicated  they could manage quite well without our  participation but unless we are to jeopardize our youngsters education, I suppose we  Store hours  SECHELT store hours for the week before  Christmas arc as follows: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday open until, 6 p.m.,  Thursday and. Friday, stores will, remain  open until 9 p.m.' Norm al store closing  will take place Saturday.  are about six area groups involved, including council, and Mr. Patton suggests  each make a grant of $10 monthly, a total  of between seven and eight hundred dollars  which would be required for stationery and  incidentals. This will not cover cost of  swimming instruction.  Chairman Bill Swain Said he had been  present at the meeting and favoured the  . suggestion, '��� "it will be good for, the youngsters and I think there are other things  beside stationary for which the money will  be used," he added.      ^ i;*;  Comm. Thompson supported the project  Disapproval was also indicated by the  Chairman but Comm. Adele de Lange  moved a donation of $25 which she said  was all Gibsons Council donates. Motion  was adopted.  Comm Clarke reported more damage at  the Park, this, time, to the swings-, which  he said have been bent. A local man has  been appointed to carry-outsomieofythe  necessary renovations in the Park and will  include repairing broken windows and  attach, protective screens. Some, trees have .  blown down and these too will be' 'cleaned  up. A, water-pipe to. the building badly  requires replacing, already it has burst in  a number of places and has either worn  out or is quite thin, he said.  Clerk Ted  Rayner  explained  that  the  , pipe was installed in a hurry and, is, in,  'fa'ct, council's responsibility.' "It' will,  no  doiibt, continue to cause trouble,1' he added.  Comm. do Lange reported on, a meeting .  of the Co-ordinating Committee of the pro-,  posed North Shore Regional College. She  asked that the report be treated confidentially. The committee apparently desires  , secrecy at, this time.     , , >  Chairman, Swain informed Roads Chair-  ,man Morgan Thompson that a tree was  down across the road at Hackett Park,  work' was rcqylrcd on Trail Avenue and  ditches needed cleaning along Toredo  Street.  Public acts ��  some o  ��� -*-by Doug Wheeler  CHANGES on Councils, School Board and,  Regional district were needed .and. the  voting' public provided them during . the  elections held last week on the Sunshine  Coast. Whether the changes were for ,the  best in all cases is something * time alone  will tell/'  Most resounding defeat was suffered by  , Gibsons Village Chairman Wes Hodgson  With 141 votes against 286 for Fred Feeney  who retains the great popularity he held  during 1965 election when he topped the  poll for commissioner.  Although presiding outside the village,  Ken Crosby this year pulled top honours  for commissioner with 286, followed by  Gerry Dixon 264 and Jini Drummond,  losing the seat he has held for four years,  With 163.      '," .'���'.  Close contest for 'Chairman of Secheit  Council resulted in Chairman Bill Swain  holding his seat with 84 votes to Joe  Benner, with 73.   Three way fight for two  Infraction claimed  . ^Hwi^!w**<^w^ftW'*rt*��*i^" ���  re  Davlfi  Record hi$h tide and golo������ force  winds provided anxious timo, for  waterfront   rosldonts   on   Tuesday  the i deck of 'Dnyis-. Bay wharf and  Boy  tho road was aw��sh, Mission Point  rqsidonts were evacuating from their  waterfront homos and  many woro  "mar  Council integrity teste  lenni'dinQ l��-taw pioble  �����* 40    .     m ' 0i  It chairman  Commissioner Feeney offers  new facilities for Gibsons  .ESTABLISHMENT of n Motor Vehicle Lie*  onou Ilrnnch In GII>ho��h Munlolpnl Of*  flco wan .'promiNiid by chnlrm��|.-o|oct Frod  Feenoy nt last wcok'ti All Onntlldnton' meet*  Infi- held prior to l��Ht Saturday'�� election.  THIh will bo u convonlnnco to tlio major  - proportion V of-the-|H)|nilatlon-.and. prosontB..  no difficulty., linld���'uommlBnlonor .Fconoy,  In IiIh platform ���'. -nddvoHN, tho commla*  Hlonor further advocated clow co-opi-rallon  with tho Chamber of Commerce io holp  encbtirnRemorc lmUifltry ln-tho-W����'t^lowo  bc^n'riliibllHbod diirlni! his-term of office;  ,Work luul fitart'od on tho  program .four,  yoiu'H ��Ko* and becaurto tho n,VHton\ had to  "bovBoir liquidating, It wan, necessary to In-  croano the wator rales, which Mr, Hodg*  son doc-rle'd nt tho timo,    A  "*'in'VftbiUiitirciffil W  out that It was during 1060 that ho and  commissioner Flndauor bad first consulted  an onitlnofir rogardlnn tho watiir situation,  All bo \vn��tc<| was co-oporntlort In council  ��nnd^durlnK*the-pnst-yeflr-more~hnd-been  .Sound.aroa.and co-operationwwltli..tiilc.��,llC!u.^i(CcoinpUNhd.Umn��by.Any��othorM.couiicil.ln>  Klonnl District to holp accomplish moro for  tho rural area,'"'Tho need for Improved  municipal bonobos' and park areas was nl*  so stressed, ���;  Commissioner Fenny objected to Chair*  man Won Hodgson's campaign letter, which  stated that an adequate water supply bad  v  ���*-"  A?A  tvyo yoars, Wbatbvor hnd boon done was  done by council ns a whole, not by any pno  ���man, tfald Mr, Hodgson,  Commission Prummoml, sln'ndlnn for  ro-oloctlon, referred to past acblovomonts  of council and stressed tho need for harbour dvelopmcnt, moro parks nndrocrcn*  ,  w V'-Atn .r.���  tion and to guard against losing authority  to Provincial and Federal' governments."'"  Standing for offlco for the first time Mr.  Gerry Dlxori commended tho present coun*  ell for doing a bettor job than most peoplo  think, Ho also wishes to soo development  of tho \vhnrf nren nnd feels that largo sums  of money should not bo borrowed nt, this  timo but tho sowago problem should .bo  tackled as soon as money Is a valla bio,  Also standing for tho first timo, Mr, Kon  Crosby stressed the need for an active and  common-senso.council ,���, and .^sopvev,,(bought  bo ldvoiyto a community hall' in Gibsons,  ," Scoklng electWn as school trustee, Dick  Rannlger stated thnt the school board and  trustoos should become "pcnny-wlso", Ed*  ucntlon and discipline should bo loft to tho  teachers, who havo tho nccossnry \rnln-  Ing, Also stnndlng for the first time, Mrs,  Agnes Labonte, doslros educntlon tor nil  children, co-operation, amongst board mom*  ��-btU'H-nnd.bottor"C<[mmuitkntlon^^  Mrs, Peggy Volen, standing for her  third'term, commented that educntlon cost  per pupil in tho Socholt District' Is not excessive, tho provincial ayorage being $408,-',  '  placed (50lh out of Iho 83. provincial school  "-"districts, '  , Quest Ions, from tho tnxpnyors attending  tho mooting gn,vo Iho cnndldatos Httlo In*  'dlcallon of 'what "was" expected of thorn  and the meeting ended with a discussion  on wbotbor tho community ball proposed  by Mr, Crosby should bo located nt' tho  top or bottom of tho hill,  SINCERITY of council regarding Its by-law right now something of a storm , appears  which calls for n 25' sot bnck for new to havo blown up regarding rostrltrtlons  properties,was put to the'tost by Commis- Imposed  by  the building  Inspector,   "At  slonor Laurltz Hanson during last meeting this 'time 1 feel wo should approach such a  of Socholt Council when he  asked what proposition   vory   cautiously,"   he   added,  '\ y  A  notion wns contomplntcd In relation to a  'now homo foundation ''which ho claimed,'"  wns six or seven foot over tho line, "What  1 ..am Interested,In Is dpos council Intend  keeping to,tho by-law?" he asked,  iCbalrman Bill Swain explained that -  while tho by-law states twenty-five Wot, It  Is possible, that somo homos might bo sot"'  back only twenty-foiir foot, "f seo Httlo to  worry about, for ono foot but over that  would seom to bo n broach of tho by*lnw  and It will bo up to council to take action,"  ho snld,  Comm,' Hanson 'commented  that  one  houso In tho area Is twenty*fonr foot back  liut tho bouse undor discussion would bo  three or four foot In front of that, This was  / questioned by Comm.   Morgan, Thompson  Ivhif liiltKoilcd^couiicll"slibiiUI ys'Uuly 1 lio"  , original Plan, dlo then asked Comm,Hnn��  fjon -what notion he proposed assuming tho  property lino Is six, feet In front of tho  twcnty-flvo foot setback,  He was told this  would-*be-a��declaion-for-'councll-to*make,*  Comm, Clnrko argued that most Inspectors  are roasonablo and that tho Bonrd's Inspector npparently Is fnmlllnr with tho code.  Conum, Hanson said he understood Instructions   from   Victoria1  woro   that  the  Inspector   was   next, expected   to   keep  strictly to the book, This was supported by  Comm, Adolo do I.ango who said "ho Is  doing Just that and most people seem5 to  appreciate  what  ho   is   doing."    Comm,  Clarko i\ddcd that ho wouhl llko to see  him looking after tho village,   As to' tho  property under discussion ho stated council  should hnvo Investigated tho matter when  .It whs first brought up by Comm. Hansen  prior   to   tho  foundations   being   poured,  "Thoro Is vory llttlo wo can do now," ho  snld.  he intended doing about tho situation should    West hechelt  his nlbWtWms be Correct, Comm, Hnnson    Hnvls Bny  pointed out that Comm. Thompson was tho        TOTAl. ,  ono who previously advocated tho twenty-       O.K. 7(1 percent,  ��flv����foot-aet-'back.fo^a-pmpostKt��lndu,itrlnl^~  seats as commissioner saw karold k Nelson  top with 134, Chuck Rodway *1?7. and'bottom  man Phil Gross, 40. Future* events on  Secheit Council should prove of interest to  taxpayers for the past year has revealed  little achievement and on numerous occasions, Commissioner Morgan Thompson has  suffered extreme frustration in his "no  support" endeavors to stir up action.  Kemaining seat on School, Board saw  Peggy Volen unseated and trailing the polls  with 102 votes to Dick Ranniger with 143  and Agnes Labonte top with 160. Chairman  of the Board, Joe Horvath lost out earlier  in the week when the Board' this year chose  to change normal practice, by setting its  polls for outside areas on an entirely different day. .,    ,,   ,  Regional District Board received somo  changes, most notable being that of tho  Chairman, Norm Watson representing Area  ; B who lost out by 18 votes'to A. Rutherford  of Halfmopn Bay. This again was a three  way fight and 'Mr". Watson, 'piorie'er of the ���  Regional Districtiproject in this area/might  have retained his seat* but' for decision to  stand by another West ���< Secheit man, G.  Potts \vho gained 24,vptes.; Final results  were: Rutherford 70, Watson 52 and Potts  24-       . '   ..:*.-.���.   ,  A three way fight for Area D Roberts  Creek was won by encumbent Cliff Gilker  52, I. MacLean 33 and bottom of the totem  polo, Bernel Gordon. R V  Outstanding majority .went to Harvio  Hubbs contesting Ejric Prittie for Area C  and pulling 112 votes to PrltUo'*' 14, Popularity of encumbent Lorno Wolvcrton wns  evident with a vote of 64 to fil by Vlnco '  Representing Area E, Frank West was  returned by acclamation and in Ponder  Harbour, Aroa A, Jim Tyner also went In  by acclamation. ,    '  First Regional Roanl Referendum, for  nccoptnnce of a combined garbage disposal  system,'gained gohornl acceptance but was  rejected nt Halfmoon Bny and .Madeira  Park, where It would ,��oem .majority* of ������  residents hnve no gnrbago problem, Garden Bay, however ��Y0tcd 14 for and IL  against,  .'  Garbage Reforonduip results:  YES  Garden Bny 14k  Mndolr Park 3ft ,  TOTAL 53  Defeat 41,7 percent, __  CO     in -.���  215  NO  11  03  74  14  10  62  A���Comm.J  council should enlist tho services of tho  Hoglonnl Hoard Building Inspector In order  to..kocp'.n... check on bvilldtng within tho  village, "Itlght now we are supposed to  bo keeping to the, National Building Codo  yet we hnve no-oho (luallfled to make mro  tho codo Is adhered to," ho snld,  Chairman Bill Swain pointed out that  foro mnko tho decision himself.  Tho Chairman suggested sufficient time  hnd been spent on, discussion and ngreed  that niiumbors of council Inspect the property next dny. This has since boon done  , nnd It nppoars while the twenty-five foot  setback bnd not. been strictly obeyed, thq  property is in lino with adjacent homes.  ,���6$>.  20  43  170  -_��-  i:t  47  Granthams  Lnngdnle   ,  TQ'ML  O.K. 7ft percent.  DeelHlon to'drop Landing from tho namo  Gibsons Landing wns ovorwhelmlnRly supported with a voto of 320 to 105 no,  All figures subject to confirmation.  J,  \  ,���>,.  r>  \ . , ' i ' ' * ' ���       '  . i ''���'''��� ���'        "     ���' > ��� A ''���>���' ''..'k   . "' ,; >,\ , i' ' i A, .. '' '' !���   ���'.   > ���'..''      ',:     .���       >      ' '<      , . . ' ��� ' . '���*���.- ��� >, ,  ��. Mm>"(( #.>.*������.�� t 4,  p.* .,*��� ���<.,��� ��,*..*..-ii,,h*'.-*.*!.����.*>*��� * *Ji'^i��iy^ ** "*���**' ^-**�� <**^^*.***,**^^��^,#*W' ,'  t  r - %  ,*i  A^N^^' J"*? * *-r"��*-*-* (* '  IJ    i,   ���>���.  i*   ." h *��������--. ' .   >  ^ ��... X  '. Vi*  ��l!  "������.-* vif~f 'v-.   *.���*'.'     "*-   ,_  .        k���  .  U '��� I t     ~~ ~ T, - yryr^r^^ry-j^rr-iTA^^A^^���.-As "i^^PT-PT i-i J&s.fc-fliJ-*"^KIT^f ftK? jIat *V#W��  ,    a        . . ,   , j (  ��� '.  ,    . . .,1, .' 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V<**  ^ -> ti*"* t���** ��� * *-'���*   ���*����� ��*5  >000000lt00000000000��000k000000fr000m00000000000*00*00000000000l  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Secheit, B.C.  HELP WAMTED (cont'd)  Member, Audit bureau  of Circulation  September 30, 1067  Gross Circulation T999  Paid Circulation 1764  (Subiect to Audit)  Classified AdverHsirtg Rates:  3-Line Ad-Bnefs (15 words)  One Insertion ������. 50c  Three   Insertions $1 00  Extra lines (5 words) JOc  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  B6x Numbers  .  10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad��8nefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or  Reader advertising 25c  per count line.  SCHOOL District Ttfo. 4fe (Sech-  <*ft)���A tfpist' is required for  the School District library. Applicant will be required to work  two days dachVweek, schedule  to be arranged.' Applicants  should be submitted to the Secretary-Treasurer, School * Distriot No. 46 (Secheit), Box 220,  Gibsons,  B.fc. 1224-2  SCHOOL District No. 46 (Secheit)���A full time* custodian  will be required, effective January 2, 1968, for Roberts Creek  Elementary School. Starting salary tfill be $370 per month,  rising to $38L after successful  completion ofNa three-months'  probationary^period, with two  further incfe&sgs at yearly intervals to 3 maximum of $404  HALL foi   rent, Wilson Cr<&��  Corfirnuflity Hall. Contact, Mr.  Glfen Phillips. 885-2183,  1095-tfn  I     -   A1     ���    -   -   -   -*-C       ,*..,���.���      ���!���,,,-I���-*-,.��� �������    ���  GENT'S   housekeeping   room,  clean, - warm,   private   entrance Towels and linen supplied. Selma Park. 885-9535.  .��� , 1138-tfh  H^OME away from home.  Housekeeping or sleeping units by day, week or motith.  Two one bedroom, full housekeeping, now available. Ideal  for construction worker. Central showers, sheltered mobile  hdme space. Big Maple Motel.  Phbne 885-9513. 1515-tfri  CLEAN warm house. Oil stove,  electric   hot   water.. Elderly  couple prefered. 886-9832.  986-3  3   ROOM   view   cottage   with  stove and fridge. C6ntre Gib-  prtee, $J50.K)0 down and $60.00-*  pt��r month.at IVi^c interest 1st  house south of Anglican Church  Hall. Hits. Metcalfe; 29&5125  or 939*7311,-Block-Bros. Rlty  Ltd., 401 North Rd., Coq., New  Westminster, B.C. 1203*1$,  ��   . ���     ...       , ..'  LEGAL NOTICES  Am*   ir>   */'- ,' i>ji '< v- Armond ^CHief  lOOO* pick-ttp    Cenire," Secheit. 885'9626.4(.aa., - ntnX        -- , S\ ,' ��� ! US2d-4'  -  ^MNtlft'Tb'^l^ '  ( and'case, ## conditio^, ii      ,'^   '   <* >,'~   *W$W-ffi'''* S  *'  gT? .  -J-: v - ���/.-������   '.     7, A    ��� 9423. $125. 'firni. U8t-54  ' ;���  ^f7l   "\,A' vJJ"   ifl" ^ ADMiRAL^ PoHab ��/, "tVY     ,  MALL two wh��el* 6f��e for Bv    ���     '"-���r '' " '"     ���r*    POLAROID l^'adtora^feA-MOl,   w-tiJrSHS Aruik S^ik^rW^'  OWAJ-.L. two wneei oikg wr.Doy    WAirTfc. *19y^nrt ik^ viwvi'a��.       ^nkf; ,��uw%,��   hUta ��n      with, stand,a One, year met. ^n   ,  i>��Acncfe^ j?mho,  .     iifitf  limes, Secheit,, B,C  wanted,   ^C,S?<-** ftemnants,; Inlaid, ?20-  "Write   Box   1169'  Peninsula   yards/ExteriorJ paint or-matte,     .r^. .     = .    .... _-,  ,..> 0  bok   1169,   pemnsma ^ .$9.95.,Shake    'S?*ST^WM-Sfete 2_��j*  I  r,  Display  advertising  in   classified    Minimum of Grad*21 7 education    sons. Prefer bachelor or elder-  i  t  h  2;  V-  t.  t  %  is requiredr Previous experience ih jaiitorial or custodial  work iri school district?^ ,6ther  institutions . Of. iff. ihdtt��try is  desitable. trnd^r Xh&^ direction  of the custodial foreman, the  appiffcant ^ill, fie , resporisiljle  for cleaning ot^chobl buildings,  checking aid ^reporting on services, and isefciirity of building  during wording hours.^Those interested ^bould; send written  applications' to Mr. P. C. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer, ~ S.D.  No. 46 (Secheit), Box 220,-Gibsons,  B.C. "- 1523*2  SCHOOL District No. -46;(S|cll-  elt)���A full tim�� custodian -ii  required for, Gibsons Elementary School smarting January";,?*  1968. Starting salary will'^fee  $411 per month, rising to $425  after successful completion of  a* fhree-mo'nt6s' p'robatioiiary  period, with two further increases" at yearly intervals to a  maximum of, $456. Minimum of  Grade 7 education" required;  trades, experience or trainltfgy  helpful. Experience as a ^school  district janitor .desirable but experience in "janitorial or custodial work in another institutional  system or industry would be  acceptable, the applicant will  be responsible,- under the ������-<_i*V''"  ection of the custodial foreman, for security of the school  building, ensufance that the utility services and heating are  functioning,-, .and reporting services .requiring ^repair, cleah-  ���ing of school premises and,_dir-  eetion-of- janttor- and- sweeper  staff, in cleaning work, collec-  -tion !and disposal of refuse and  "��� waste and minor and simple  repairs ^tp.,building and ��_uip-  ment. Those interested sn^uldj  Shop, _��hbne 886^2463 ^ SecffeM send' written - appUcdtibns& to:  885-9455. ���*'���' -'   . 824-tfn    Mr.   P.   C.   WUson,  Secretary-  Treasurer, ^S.D. ^No. 46 (Sech-  lii\ ������&*��.v&t\' riii&ntt** Tin7'"-.  AcJ-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rotes���  By mail, Peninsula area ..$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By rrtail, special citizens % price  ���By Carrier 50c rhonth  6BITUARY  SALLIS���-Passed away on December 6, 1967. Joseph Sallis  of Halfmoon Bay1, aged 71  years, is survived by his loving  wife, Vera. One bro'ther, William of Kelowna,. and one sister iff Chicago, Illinois. Funeral  service was held on~ Tuesday,  December 12 at 2 p.m. from  the Family Chapel of,the Harvey Funeral Home. KeV. Canon Alan -Gr���eh officiating. Interment Sea View Cemetery.  ��� 1229-2  iCENrtarrr���Pa&sda ' away  6ti  December 9,/ 1967. ,, Harry  Kennetf df Gibsons. Filneral  service.,was, held on, Wednesday, December 13, at 11:30 a.m.  from the Family,, .ChapeL of the  Harvey Funeral H6irte. Rev. H.  Kelly officiating., Interment  Sea View Cemetery. '      1230-2  CARO OF THANKS  THE "Anglican Church Women  would like to thank all the  people who in any way helped  with the OAP's ^Ghristmas" dinger and to assiire them their  help was much appreciated. ,  ..XX.L.AaA A.S.A' A. 1222.2  -.   '       -   . 1   PERSONA^ '>"���;;'���*  FLOWER&".for; all  occasions,  Gilker's1; Flower. &,rGarden  ly couple. Available now. Reasonable rent. Phone 886-7756.  1516-tfn  RIAL ESTATfe  HARD to find property,,undev-  ^ eloped 25 acres, view property in Secheit. Make excellent  subdivision, $20,000. Box 381,  Secheit. 954-tfn  I      - *      .   1    I   T      I -        '-   ��� * 1*1       ���    .    ��� ' '   * "   *  REDROOFFS���Modern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots, close to  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room, 28x15; fireplace.  Bright cab.,kitchen; rec. rooni,  ^il3ea%Vdb|e' carport. Lovely  'landscaped*'jfarcih with patip.  S|le Ja% qwnejr,, phone evenings  S^^^jir^write Bo3i,470 c^b  PenulsUla Times, Box 381, Se-  ehelt, B.C. 469nfn  5 ACRES undeveloped property  , inside . - village boundaries.  $2,506. Box 381, Secheit B.C.,  EXCKXl^JT _.cdtfmercial^i)^;  ^centre SeclwltPhighway location,  level  and  cleared.   All  services   available.   Box   1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  . �� : li .  EWART McMYNN  ���   OFFICE   PHONES  886-2166 and 886-2248  $6,000 down  and  very  reason-  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  West Lake, Nelson Island, Jervis Inlet.  Take notcie that John Davison Manley of No. 207-1475 Laburnum Street, Vancouver 9,  B.C., occupation taxi owner-operator intends 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; thence  N.E. along shore line 100' more  or less; thence S. approx 300';  thence W. approx. 100', thence  N. to starting post and containing Vi (one half) acre, more  or less, for the purpose of  campsite.  -J.  D. MANLEY  Dated November,6th ,1967  1182���Pub. NoV. 29, D. 6, 13, 20  CARS and TRUCKS   ,  ...,.      ���... -..���-,...,IBf j,,m.m^.,_..���,�����..��.,_.�����������_���_,  CHEV  truck, '%'  ton,   4-speed  transmission, " good    shipe,  $350,   Phone   ��83-2502.      1187-54  FOR   SALE���1963   Volkswagen  ,3.500   station   wagon,   Phbne  885-9440 after 5 p.m.        1223*4  paint, $3.95-rvreg.. $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  gallon. Large, stock of, used  vacuum! cleaners, l A*l shape,  $19.95 and up; 1965 9% Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00.  Benner Bros. .^Furniture ,ahd  P,aittt Store, Secheit, 885-'2058.  124*14  ONE large .oil range, Hot waWtf  1 ���,*,**.-- , coH* 0ne lar��e space heater.  1951   4-WHEEL . army    Jeep.    ohe",Thor  40   electric   range,    B^CYCli*!?' rtew.aAd iiserf' ill  Good running order. New tires,     double ov.en,' 5~ elements? 'Ohi ' MP^B^S'J}^A^ tf!!?tdU  883-2691. 1217-2    burner unit complete for furn-  ..      a,ce, 'factory  overhaul,   Phone  886-2861 eves., 886-2252 days.,  1196-54  ?��� *����� *X^7~ t ~;i205*3 KEROSENE fridge "in exieltent,  0nie:uni&m^-s^8 condition. Phohe 8p58fcf    ^  ai^d-10. qJmW" less' sp'cks: '                '' ^\  W:f  Phohe. 88^-9^:^v;. cv  ;  H98-54 COPPER   Are < screen, .draw ,  MURRAY:S*��� Pet' Shop1 'Christ- ' .^*?*&&!��**' j��j  ^ttias   specials:   Budgie -and.' stand, Practically new- Phon^  cage,  9.95: Canary  cage1 ahd 883*2455.     ,    ,      ,        i^w  cover set 19.95* Aqiiariiun com- .pmEPLACE. tyi>e heateryWith  plete -with -puitfp, filter,* light, sc^een'. Uses wood fuel, Ph.  etc. 19.95.,$5.00 purchase entit- '           '              *-���'���  les^ you to'draMv for $10? gift <ier"  tificate. .Nexi^ to1 Ken's .Lucky  Dollar,, 886-2919.   '.    -i   985-tfn  885-2893.  1220-4  $3.95  BOATS & ENGINES  makes.   Parts "and  repairs.  Call 886-2123.        ,        >77Vtfn  WANTED to buy, 8-10 ft. glass  boat. Any condition. Must be  cheap. 885-9561. 1178-54  TRAILERS  HOUSE trailer, 8'x42' with attached living room and carport. Ideal for two persons.  May be "seen Big Maple Trailer  Court, Wilson Creek. Phone  885-9711 1522-4  PARKER'S Hardware used it-  ^ems': Admiral fridge $49.95;  MftClary fridge $3&.9S; , used  dashers with wringer $14.95 up  to $49,95; used upright vactium  cleaners $14.95; used floor polisher $15.95; Westinghouse roasting oven $14,95; Bed lounge,  good condition, ideal for extra  bed $79.95. Parker's Hardware,  Secheit, B.C. Phone 885-2171.  U99-tin  USED   electric   clothes  dryer,  220.   Good shape.  Phohe 885-  9561." *    *   ' -   -j,' *   j   1171-54'  ���������������**���*���������*;***���*���*** -��-�����*-������-���*������*������������������������&���������1��� *i.***-w-i��-��*-**-��**. -���  'TILL " CHRISTMAS ��� "Brand  nime. gifts���electric fry .pdAs  $19.95; waffle and sandwich  grills $17.95; electric: slicing  knives $22.95; electric irons  from $14.95; electric tea kettles from $8.95;' electric toasters from*. $15.50; Timex watches; alarm and electric" wall  clocks. Earl's in Gibsons, ��� 886-  9600'. ,, *-   1228-2  Point - Fibreglass ���* Rope  Canvas' - Boot,Hardware  t AA f ���"  Compressed   air .service?   fox  skindivers   and   firemen. 'Air  tanks. Skindivers" fcvaUabte for  salvage work.    -  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  Ac *'  }��� f   *���   **/***r)*J-^  f fl TI Js-'jp  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  .���:,,,.,,,,,���:._,, LAND.-. ACT,  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In .Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate North  Lake (Se?helt Penli^|).  fake notice that Sylvia. Eleanor Hansen of 1277 filling-  don Ave., Burnaby 2, B.C., occupation hsjusewife intends to  apply for a) lease of the follow-  4*  Sri *s  A-  ussiiasai.) *fc,^��**- ^_  ��!.  Af       A.     Jf        A.  -���V  V    _��� 1**      -_!  b^^*lw���^*^���*'>^*^w*l'i*'���|^^*^***^^'��''^>'^^^*^^l|,^lllll'^,l*,'l,*  1     LUTHERAN CHURCH  EVangelicol Lutheran Church of Conodq   .  p_.if_r-���A. Hunted ChrisMnSen    >   '  First LOtbeiron Church, Vancouver  Services every 2nd ond 4th Sunddy of the<  month., ��� ,i,,i ,.  [jfj^o.Mjfi C^rtirnunity Hop of ^.0g,p.nfc ���'  *    * "m; _^ j a.  ��� *C!_3 ����*��<!  Old Roberts  Creek  In days of old Roberts Creek wharf district Large crowd on the wharf  was^a going concern at is seen in this shows the popularity of the steam-  old; picture submitted by Mr: L. H. ships which.were, fully, occupied iA  Roberts,  long time pioneervof-the    ihat, eta. ,  v  A  SUNSHINE GOAST  GOSPEL CMURCH  ,   (UqdenominotiqriOl)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico J 1:15 b*m.  MSTOR REV. S. CASSEUS  Wiliioii CreeS ttjmmunify Mdll  Davis Bay Road  tlfyiLtiuis H. Roberts  able terms, and you can be at    . *T *      -^j ,- JI  v,^ ��������� J new three:bedrobfti    mg descried landS:  V  fb�� fo^ete':-'in&rWtlofl on    eli), Bo^ 260;. Gibsons, B.C  '7M&W, j;iAdustrial. an$ Uati- ^  ility    insurance:    Claims J and  Adiisfm^hts, contact Captain  �� W-��' Y- Higgs,, Marine Consult-  t ant, Box 339,. Gibsons. Phones  I    886-9548 aiid 885-9425.        -oa-*fn  horhe in;a  country home, on half ih acre  almbsf level land; close to sM  and-,paved' road. 960 sq. ft  lafge Seclc. -     -  Three bedfdo'itf country home  >^oS;;%^^tj...vr5lose to shopping  aii^i^^p^li road. Try $3,000  down. Basement,, patio and  landscapibg.  Commencing at. a pbst plant-  ���eti'Mi' E. Of Lot L6f82 of 0ofi-  Me; , thencO   300'   N.;.   tti^nce  BETHEL Hmm ��HUfUffi  SERVICE: SEClteLY  Sunday School��� 10:06 a.m.  Church Scrvfco ���- 11:15 a.m.  Prayer ���-��� ViCodinetday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. WILUS, PASTOR .  You 6m invited to attend bny, or each servico  >" "r  Unu^tilly  fihe country  home,    _.���fa>, ���������  ,���  ,���a-  Hrimm l^shaned Are. .M&    D��ted.NOV. 10, 1967.  ing"% acres, more or less, for :^|s in an explana^oh of."how the name  the purpose of summer fiome. "Sunshine Cofahs"t came into being:  SYLVIA ELJJANQB &7\$#&Ti:ryi.&s about ive year^ and, she had  HANSEN ^ou/w-jtchihg   as   I   pointed   big   white  SAUAL PICKERS WANTED  i.i  489-tfn  A^COHpLICS Anonymous. P.O.  ,,JBax 294, Secheit,.B.C.  Phone  '886-9876,   .. , 969-tfn  BABY^rtTER    aVaOftbW    itor  A I'dhristmas   and   New   Years  $��e., ^-hone 886-9327.       1^10-3  ���!.. lissiLAND Florist  . 8, GIFT SHOP  .^peeia^zing in Funeral Designs  Mtt Wedding Arrangements  ��&&*9345 - Gibsons  ' '   ,'. 728-tfn  Phone Mrs. Na?d6 VVHsbn  885-9^46 or write:    \  1  Box 390, S&heit, ff.C.  875-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  cb.  Roberts: Creek  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Biinch  Contact plant before picking.  Located   at ( Roberts   Creek;  across street from store.   ,  v   1  WATER WELLS  Phone 886-2633  Il80-tfn  ,7MbM kock Drilling A  .'777      Specialty.  *"'/;;:How.Winter Rates.  ;; ,'   if^ree Estimates.  ' ' IMlAs drilling   ,,  f '' a\M W. Pender St.,  ''. Vancouver 1, B.C,  ,1 :,T<s1._U2-683r15!17^ _  ., , 1118-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park1  Salal Pickers Wanted  Muck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Biinch a  Contact plant before picking  oh 8/fiOth landscaped <cfe, 1800  sq. ft.~ two bedrms, den1, dining rm, etc., fireplace in carpetted living room, ZV* b&ths,  $10,000 down.  Double view lot, with older but  very useable 3 bedroom home  in 'Gibsons'. Fireplace, 220 wiring, full basement,' %.cash on  $7,000.  One of its kind: ioo ft. sheltered beach property ^dth 1600  sti. ft. home, with - charrn' &nd  convenience. $10,000' down,  $30,000 full price.'  Envying the businessman his  independence? Come and buy  one out, we have several listings.  E. McMynn 886-2500  >Do Wortrrtan        886-2393  J. Warn ' 886;2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  1226*2  THE SUN SHINES ON:  (The rainmaker is busy too) ,  Retirement Cottage; $6350.  3 bedroom cotagc In village-*  ^5300,    r     i- , :['l  Cottage on waterfront^-$l2r000.  Treed waterfront lot^-48900.  11S7���PUb. NOV. 22, 29, D. 6. 13  Form No. 18  ,"."." (Section 82)  .,.,..���.,-..,,.,,.,, .LANpjiej,_ '.!,..'  Notice pf Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  " ''' Ji,.".  777,i;    "'������,' 777 '   7>. 'i   : I*".'' /   ' '  Tin Land Recording,, District  of yahcouver arid situate in  |lalfmoon Bay District Lot 1427  Group I, NWLD Plan 7360.  Take' notice that tfonald' tj al-  iagher bt Haney, B.C., occupation M.D. intends to apply for  a lease of the fblowlng described lands:���  on th�� bright red fade of the first  flight shed on the, first wharf at Roberts  ��$$���'���  [  ,���:  V'^IV know what that says, Skipper.., It  ''ssMA S-V-N-S-H-i-iST-E;    That's   Sunshine.  B^E-L-Ti, that's   Belt.    But  Where's   the  bubiiJe'^' ttfe'-belt?    .  ;MMy little old Grannie -must have forgotten to give "me the buckle, Joan:"  ' "''"Did your Grannie give you the sun-  shln"^?"  f ",Yes, sbie sur^dld and come to think of  it-she gave me her old dream."  i.nad seen the first smoke from .ihe  chimney of Joan's home which she had not  noticed, sd ,*we started xor it where her  parents, Hubert and Ann Evans and her  sister', Elizabeth, had returned from their  long .walk. ' ���-���  "' p  I popped at the shore end of the long The possible' reason some.' pe6pl^ ,g6t  wharf. "TWs Is the'very place whe^e my lost in thought Is because It Is unWmillftr  Grannie gave me her, old dream, Joan.  you rot?"  "Why Joan!   I'm not going to rot!"  "Oh yes you will. Everything rots but  God.v ���  Then, after sitting on the guai*d timber  of the wharf, watching tiie suasei, I bib  said^, "Well Joan, \ that's. the ei|d ot the  'show,-for 'todpiy^''*a(s.we7^;A6]w[7[ett77'''  ''Could you ^aiht^  color, oi; does God .keep; that for #tmseU?^  V Hei* mothervsaid, "If 1[ -allwed Joafti to  come to you Vis" often as I am asked the  new boat would rot' for you would never be  able to finish it."  When I left Roberts, Creek in 1929*30  "Sunshine Belt" was on that red face, which  was not so bright nor the .white paint.  The young fellow who started the real  estate office at Gibsons added the "Coast,",  so the belt Had stretched as I have patched  Granny's old dream str&tcb, ,&**$ year.  And I think ,Gfanriy would feel satisfied If  she could take a ldok at our work.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  : SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 <J|.in. Eyfery* Sunday  , 9:30.a.m. Church School  , ;.ll;Wa.m.,^,',;4th;'.5jrh'.$iinaayli.  7:30 p.rh;. 1 st and 3rd Sundays  yi,   A. Services held regularly In ,       7:7  GARDEN >BAYr, REDROOFFS and, EGAAONT  .a.,X7,fpt fnfbnriotlon phono 885-9793    ,,.  [kyiif.. >iv^^i0:'<mi H-'ttmmHhlon'^^HlId1^  Locntcfj 1st bouse north Pender   DeslHMo vihv loW-:$2500, tit-  Harbour Hotel rcage too.  Phono 883-2265  1184-tfn'  ���i, -I,  m  JUOST .Jri. Glb.'.ons1 Dec. 5. far*  c0l Of Sundry inchiding nhlrlrf  afitf <i'ockfl. Uiwanl. Phone 886*  N?0iJ0. 1214*2  Work waited  ,  HANDYMAN,   cabinet   mnktor,  Will do odd Jobs, Utasonable,  ph. 880-9902. 766-tfi}  ���"Harry-Gregory���885-9392  H.��B, GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Scecliclt, 6.C.    -,       ,8^*201.1  .    . ...    ,      v   im-i  GOWER POINT  Beautiful older type 3 bedroom  e  She arid I yhte standing, here., She said, 'I  -want, you to help get little houses all along  this**,' JMiore -where little children c&n play  00-1(1^16^111^ at a post plant* invtbe, sunshirje for there is more of It  cd SW corner Lot 3, Block 10, alorfgf'tWs part of the coast than at any  District Lot 1427,, Group; .1, other place. There will be a' long govern*  NWtD, PWfiD 7366" tti^idfSe Nw meffi dc/ck right here ahd people will come  for 300 feet; thence Nl? for 2^0 ashore from steamers every day. I want  {eetto'NW corner Lot 5J thenco yout <b have' ihe place named, THE SUN*  to foll^;:^j^lK(o;;pQliatt^6t'. SHf^p ,p^LT.j, That was long, long ago  commentferhM and containing wh'dn there wore only threo houses in tho  one acre, more or less, for. the wholeAot Roberts.Creek-ln,about 1901. I  purpose of float and boat guefla'' Gtfiftnlo <ndu��t have forgotten about  anchorage. the #iickle. Joan.  Ob, Oh, I see smoko so  VOmiti GALLAGHER   wc ,mM 'hR^ior supper and not havo  to make it ourselves."     ,  ,  Joan and hcf> sister hnd been Bent tp bed  but wov heard thfelr InugHs and thoy must  have heard Hubert's as I told,of Joan's and  territory to them,  $/. Mh's United Church  V/llton Crook, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 ti.m.  bivln* Wo^shlri���11:15a.m.  L��d bv ^l�� H; 6. Campbell  /   Except 6n 2nd Sunday each nibnxri  Family Sorvlco���11:13 p.m.  Divine Servian���3:30 p.m.  Led by Ritv.W. M. Cameron  ror.^uithOt InfoHnaAkin  .    Phono 083-9744  jjjiiiun.i.xiiiHtfiirnriii'uiiiir-i'ni'ii'rwiDiMto.im  Dated Nov., 30^ 1907,' ���  1207--Pu^ Dec^O, 13>, 20, Jan. 3  M��4*^*Wfl*ilHWU^i��.S��#W*to��qr��M^��  i(^HB*Wi'(B�� s,*fe* *  i'  V". .  7  1 <l ItlA I  ,pgTS..   :.;-       ing. Professional work don/ ^i^^S^r-w T^a^  ���hiums b��6; iw.es, fc is^J^^v? fflrfS^WibSSS  each, Chief's Avlarlea, Selma,   ���"������*��   ucnry   m>   ��J, ih   deri soil, good all yeft'r water  park, VhoHe MMM.      1218*4    0>,)^n9-   ��� ?5*lft��   supply, Ihe loyclv large living  room features big 8ton6'fire*  .place. Bright family b!z�� kitchen with adjoining fltdrnR^ Area. 4 plcco bath, A-oll furnace  Easy ktintk oh ^15,000.  K. BUU0R REALTY  fc\ INSURANC��  I^lVESTOCk  CAPABLE young lady rcojdrcl  houflo wOfk of bAby sitting.  Live Iii. Phono 880-M97.  1521*2  '���'i i i ,i  411 f l\  if**  fllfA   \  f'U '���;'  �� ��*^* A4   \f  ''���*��, ' '*  -*���**"i* "R ^  ??�����-���"���$  IP*****.**  t"}*��    nS ,'  .7,  ,'   IH  EXCLUSIVE aalo ot.reg. Mor*  " ���'iioii * and Arab'cdlffl" and fil*   -,7.,; ;,-, ,_^  lies���nix    months   old.    Hl��h t^Aki'rcn  qWftlity   at  reosonnblo   priccri.    ^7.7,;   *��������� '���';;,.,���,  m&t sell duo to over crowded . we /^RE again taWng t��bln��16  condlUona,  Also an old, fash* blocks and shake blocks at  imFwu Wb*el puggy In ek- ijhe Wlbon Creek Mill.   fyKm?  ;c*DentcondJUon, |200. Canpbo��� 880*9697     . .,   . 1200*an  SOfen at 90O~-i232nd Street South,  Langley, B.C. or phono 534*  &p$ cveolnga.    1210*3  fli   'fJ.A.*i.i��r">';>t *������"**,i"1*1 ��....��� ��� .�����,.  A; QtUITAE  tftfldwr.  fbone B85*.  $7222  1183-82  WANTED TO RENT  ��_��M*��'***��i*��--******��**'��**>��*��*^^ **���<���**,* ��>-|.  3 OR  4  bedroom  unfurnlBhcd  home,    Anywherei , b��twren  Grantliftms, rand   R-eChoR,   For  ddctor and family, tow-7020.  989*4  mmhM��>A.i886r2000  UNDERWRITINe-UFE  AND MORTGAGE  7 INSURANCE ,  ftcprci>��Jntlng  Montreal life  insurance co,  1227*2  Form No, 18   ',"  ((Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  tease Land  in Land Recording District  of vartcoiiver dnd situate North  Lake (Secheit Ponlrisula),  Take notice UiatHa^oW.Herbert, Hansen of 1277 Willingdon  Avo,, Burnaby'2, B.C., occupation fireman Intcndii to apply  ���for^^'^lcaaQMof^thd^lbllowin,K.,n  described lond��;      ...<���'  1 <^)ifntn��ncln^ at a vont plnht*  ed  80'   E.   Of   IM   UG782   oft jop  movlo  Uienic ito fi- thence s. to Julio   Andrews   prepares   for   her  flhorcilne; thenco w. on nhor<��. weddfnfj   to   Cflptain   Vona Trapt)        .  Hnolo l>olnf "ofcolnmcricen.ont"(QlriSt0^ePTlttm  arid contalnins ��w acres, more from the Abbey watch in this scon6  or lew, for the purpose of uifjn* from J'.Tho , $0Und o( Music,"  20th  nicr Wme. Century-Fox's   A6adomy-Aw^rd*win-  IIAUOLD UBniiBJiT nlng attrflctlon filmed in Do Luxe  HANSEN Color and appearing nt the Twilight  DatVd Nov. io, 1967.. Theatre, > Gibsons, storting December  llSo-frih. Nov. 22, 29, D. 0, n    20th.  , !  .......  ..��-*��.**.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� Thf�� free r��n>ind��tr of cOmlpd ivoiit* l�� 6 sorvlco of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD; Phohd'^onihiuWTfm'ffJ d(re*ir,for freo llstinos, specifying "Dote  Pad",. PIcOs. hotff th<it tpb'^o ii Ifrnlted ond tomo a'dvanco datOJ may  have to >yolt tholr turn; Pl��o tnW tn'l�� is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannot olway*. catiy'iuii deioUk,   '  Dec. 14���,7:30, p.m. Elpl>instonfl' Auditorium, Combined, school Christ-  ,    mas Concert,' ','' , ,  't>et', 14���-.11:30 a.rW, MalaWohno1/ So|moi P^rk, Secholt-Hospital Auk,'  "luncb<!6(i*mo^tlii0"  Doc,  15���*10 a,m,-l p.m.' ftoborjsV Cfbok Ufllon H6fl, jHospllol, Aui<.  Coffee Party and Doko Sal��, ,  Dec, 16���2:4 p.m. Elphinstono, Gymnasium, Rollqr Skating..Skatos may  ', bo rontcd. '. ''''���   '   , ''���'|,�� 7>" ;*   ���"' ","V  Doc, 17���^ 1 p.m, Socholt Reserve, Soccer, Pogosus ys, Thundorbolts.  Dec, 17-^2 p.m, Opcnlnb'9^ Secheit Centonnlal Library, Everyone wel-  ,,���,.������.��,,. come, i. .  Dec, 2I~I0 d,m,"2 p,m rytVp Benplt'i Te'sidonca,- Point1 ftd,, Hopkins  *|L6rKllhg,if'Cu'p of,Milk Pund',' Coffeo port)>. >  PLEASE PHONB TI.D 5URTB*S POR ASSISTANCE 6N THl SALE OP  REAL iStAf R  INSURANCES  Multiple L|itln^ Sorvlco  VoncoHvof Iteol titoto  Phdno 805-2161   'AGiNClES:|TD,:  GIBSONS OfFICI���PHONi ft8��.7G!8  * X  '74  V-41  **.���  I*  �����*  \4*  9  **rtvt***������ti-i( wtmym  *JS��  w  ,(yvl,-l.:  I,     l ���     *   i.  1 ��  ���   '  .   r   .  I    A    A    A    4     ,  Ai  * f, i,* * 7 ! <  ^^I^ISrS^^#ilflSfteW  ;!"���        J   A ^  J     f  *       ^  A^i^t^ -rt *    #  V  i^W -^  *.{\ a  f   S^  a,' r ��'/A.i fi^t^^^vvy  * fn-Af s,.r i^-i^ffAf^Af ,/���   7*1     t- t  <A  ^ S        V4-^   -'V>k-r*V ^-v* s V^t  ,��*>  V"  *~u5^.^1i,,^_j,~  t iin ' a.!.,    f ,.a,1lB,;.   r*'&pj^?rz, '���*'^!^'��Z��*~z��iTr)rjA^PC^**Siia- '^p^+^4''^^^^p^k- ^ +*��  -#-  B    *,    ,    ,  -^  "��'<���,'*\  ^ITA  _>.��_  14   ;  *     *  &A  CHSUttfflAS SEA1S FIGHT IB  & OTHBt RESPIRATORY DISEASES  -> .A." '���   , >A> " Happy opening .���  \    ,  Opening of the new.Tasella Shoppe ing, Mrs. Bille Steele, Mrs. .C. Crucil  was a'really happy occasion and just and Mrs. Connie Wilson,' a little tired  about everyone poured into the store after the last minute preparations  td wish every success to,Mrs. Crucil but delighted and a little overwKelm-  and ,her staff1, from, left are Julie ed at the wonderful public .response.  Steele who assisted,during the open- *                    ~"  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET     ,  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING - PRUNING  Gower Point Rood  ' Gibsons. B.C. - Diol 886-2919  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIS1  Bol Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  TASELLA SHOPPE  Yard Goods - Bedding -Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  iciephone Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  ���in .. i-..m'.i        '     .   ' "  -���'-���'���������'���������-���' ��� --��� ���-���  -���-- ���'-���������'-   - j (-���������   - '-   -  ������������  ''���  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit, B.C.  Phono 885-2313  L. i H. SWANSON LTD.  Saptic Tanks and; Drain Fields -' Backhoe and  X.'F��nt'.End Loader Work.'X\rx  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  Phono 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secholt  ���   / .^.    . i '" ������' '.'i��i- i"i -n'' '"������"��� t*  ''''���' MADHRA MARINA'"^"'^f  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMCSerylce Centre - Penlnisgla Evinrude  .   Dealer-Cabins-Trailers & Hook-up t Camp  Si��es-TrailerCourt-Launchlna Romp  Phone 883-2266  v.,, ��� ��� ������.���--���.,.,i���-��������� h  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for.homo and offlco  ���      Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkln, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, colffs and colour  Custom Perms��� Phono 886-2120  :     (CLOSED MONDAY)  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Whcolor  ��� 7,' ���:. .[' Yonr   r ������ '���  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  IV PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  -   Res. 886-9949  VI  Sco*rs~Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  -   L. HIGGS    '- '; '-*,  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street. Seehelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay -  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���-Call 886-3728  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening -  janitor service -.painting - ood jobs etc. -  Free estimates - All work guaranteed.  Phone 885-2191  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCE OA^S /  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  , NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Block  Secheft, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES 4* TINTS   '  HAIR CUT ��� STYL.INSA- SHAPING  9 o.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday '  %.t, y-t  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYUNG  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE     ,  DRAPERIES -1  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  New Tasella  Opened on Fnday of last week, the  new Tasella Shoppe was the centre  of attraction for busy shoppers and  alread\ the new store is filled to  capacity with a wide selection of  dr>goods Congratulatory bouquets  pouied in during the day indicating  the qoodu, ill that Mrs Crucil and her  statf ha\e built up o\er the years  Forosf disesBSSS  must k BunIfegB  TIIL \N\L\L cut of the BC interior  forest industry ii. equivalent to the  numbLr jf tree*, lost to industry through  di*-eist slid UBC forestry dtan J. A. F.  Girdntr last wtLk  Girdner told l mieting of the Vancouver Institute Saturdav that depletion of  forLsti bv disease insects and fire mu_t  be hilttd bv re earth  \t the same time he slid BC's, annual  cut of 16 billion eubir feet could be doubled  unlir full utilization  COULD BE INCREASED  With intensive man igement, it could  be increased sevenl time*-    Gardner sud.  Conservative projections of demand for  Cinidnn wood products and fibre indicate  -in inereise bv 50 percent to 1975 and of  moie than four tunes by the. end of the  century?' s     1     ,7 T  He said recent statistics show that 10  Special feature  Mrs. Mona Havies, local agent for and finds an.interested little customer   Bernina Corporation isv now demon- in  five  year  old  Nancy   Joe   the percent~of Canada's- grossnational product  strating machines in the new Tasella daughter of Mr. and Mrs-* Gilbert Joe. ���or more than $5 billion���coines from  Shoppe.   During the opening days, Mrs. Havies also conducts sewing forest products, which account for K perv  Mr. Ed. Patterson, ^Western Canada classes which have attracted tremen- ceT$tf all Canada's exports.;\ r\r  Sales Manager was on hand to assist doiiis response.  EATON'S  ''WHERtTO-GO''  TRAVEL SERVICE  i-n   ���  *>G  TIWEL AGEI*TT FOR AU- YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS  MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plova  Gibsons 886-2232  Head Office 515 West Hastings St., Vo*.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  ' sEK^CE^.;,:;.,iA^  Prompt - Effective <��� On The Sp6t  Seivice.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m. ,  y ,.���,,,,���,...;., ��� Fully Insured  ,.  JOHN DEKLEER     >  Building Contracting  Secheit, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  Cup of Milk Fund >. ���> - - ��� - - -    - ������ " ���  A chance of life comes  when there is help here  PARK Tun Sul was only yfour years old    secure, close to the ground.   But he was  Christmas  ROY & \V7VGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building '- Secheit  885-:2332 or ZEnith 6430  when he came to the Mokpo TB Child  ren'5 Hospital.AQnhappy arid homesick, he  was terribly afraid to go to bed, Korean  children' always sleep on the floor, and  with a quilt tucked under them and over  them, they are- very comfy if the floor is  warm. But thousands like Tun Sul are only  used to the cold, bare ground of a squatters  hut. It was all the security he had ever!  Known; The first night the nurse found  him in the corridor saying oyer and over  to himself, "Somebody must help me to  get'home." But both Tun Sul's lungs were  affected and he had to stay, so the nurse  took him back to his bed, A few "hours  later she found him, fast asleep with his  head, ononis arms on. tho floor of the dining  room near the  he asked her to put his mattress on the  floor;' and because she understood, she  pleased .him   and1 ho  felt  a  little  more  still very unhappy. It was only when he  arrived in the doctor's office for an examination and solemnly proffered him a two-  won piece (less than one cent) that he  brightened.   He had paid his way.-  In Tun Sul's world everything had its  price; he had never experienced loving  abundance freely given. And in Korea  even a tiny child of four takes it absolutely  for granted that everything has to be paid-  for, and once you have paid you can  expect good service.  ,' Once Tun Sul would have died. Today  he has a chance of life because of the  Mokpo TB Children's Hospital built in 1902  ONA     ���  VERIFIED WARRANTY  USED CARS  11964 Valiant Convertible  Radio,  j W/W Tires   Phono 885-2062  SIMi ELECTRIC MT&  ,    |(UCTRICAf;CONTIIiA-tT0RS;  APPLIANCES ���; EllECTRiC HfeAT  Phono 885-2062  S  UNSHINE  EWING  mkiyur B��9 ��i^ftaid��#friW!^f i*^f^*w��W**^��w^^  ��$W.^*��mfi-^i��-**(*��*tol,!***t  Bornina 6\ Omega  f RIR HOME DBMONSTRA^TION , V  ik&mfc~..iJl,..,i.'i,.A.v.*&.X<*i,.^>.xW'--.*.f���-!''��^  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your''Mo'r>hQir Wells  Dealership,    ,,  Phono 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  PENINSULA CLEANERS  152'i, OpwsrPf. Raail  ,  i   '886-2200 Gibsons  fd\\ YOUR PAMII.Y DRY CM.ANINQ NERDJi  1 i i   ��� .1.......... ��� ������ im, .,, ,  LEN WRAY'S TRAHSPBIf.  Household Moving & Storago  phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsoni  REPAIRS A^DSERVICEON ALL7y\A|<ES  Mirtl Mono Havlet -^ 88^-*9Jr4(l  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized      ';  Singer Seyylrlg Machlhf pbpter  CowrloSt> Seehelt-Ph. 885t9345  At the Sign of the Chevron ,  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machlno Shop������ Arc ond Acty Welding  Stool Fabricating *���*-- Marino Ways  Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marine Station  1'hono 006-7721       Rw. 886-9956, 886-9326  ���; : :,-." .������'���a- -������ ~n-  BRIAN'S DRIVErIN  The Brightest Spot on the Highway  H��^ii3��^,,.H��*>W****^*l^*i��'--**����J��M*W.>:i^ m  Opposite the High School -��� Gibwns  For Take Out Orders Phone 886-2433  by the Unitarian Service Committee in  '���������-^^-���������^������^"S co-operaUonywith.the Norwegian, Korean  ward.   The  second night    Association, and, Mokpo, City HaU.   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Editor, The Times. ^  Tf '<��� sl,.  Sir���'It-^is-interesting���to-uote-toe�����u1>*-t^|  A RECENT meeting of the group work-  i& toward establishment of a Regional  ���poitege in North Vancouver jn which the  Sunshine Coast is to be asked to participate was held w^th all the secrecy for  Wfhich $o many school boards have be-  CQipe so notorious.  Th^s group, which in due course will  seek* many millions of taxpayers hard  earned dollars, has already decided on  location and, it would seem, has formed  itself* into a tight little body of messiahs.  An elevated committee of individuals is  h.ell bent upon a pet scheme which in  one community has been estimated "will  add 3.66 mill to the tax fate. Despite  the colossal expense for a project which  at hest, is questionable, these people quite  calmly dictate that no publicity is requested. In other words, we require your  money but ypu do not have to know any  more tl^t we wouldhave ypu kjjw.  ^Perhaps the crux of the matter |ies  in a statement by^Gibsons y4U|g| chairman Wes Hodgson who tekl-eouneil alter  attending the last meeting "we came away  feeling let down but, it would seem* that  if our youngsters are to. be- depnyed of  something by our failure to supflort it,  then we should consider participation".  He ateq commented; jj-at ^s||^ople  were indeed very capable salesman.  In plain English, the gun ishelcl at  qur heads? Well we db? nqrhave tq h^ve  any gun held at our heads. Mr. Hodgson  said his interpretation was that-the North  Vancouver group cotihi do qiiute well  widiout us anyway. GowSd for.them and  why not let them go it alone, Q��r school  board which has never-failed to show  enthusiasm for spending our,itax dollar ,  might do very well to giving a httfe more  consideration to spending more of it on  the Peninsula.  pijphmstone High seents fo^efighting  a 9pndnJaal tjatde of qyeipppu|atip;o and  it is understood consideration has already  been given possibilities--of ^tmiately  haying to construct an entirely nb^S^iiior  High School Then there i'i the matter  of a grade thirteen department.    "  Ohe thing to be considered about a  regional college is that in actual fact,  while of two years duration, the student  has virtually nothing to offer on completion. Vocational, university and technology institutes all provide certain  qualification. A regional college offers  little more than simply a higher education  which would carry little more weight than  a grade thirteen  On top of all this, just how many  students, or parents could afford to pay  the cost of two years in Vancouver for  a semi-university education which, when -  completed, offers practically nothing. For  the expense involved they might as well  go after the genuine article and have  something to*back them up for an increasingly competitive future.  ���fhere -are naturally two sides to the  situation, and certainly many plausible  arguments for this brainchild. One is that  many who sign up for university drop out*  after .two years, but should these same  students attend a regional college and  complete the two years, then they might  carry on at university should they so  desire. In other wqrcls, it would appear  tq be a means of keeping the drop-out  element from universities, thereby  providing room for those who intend  completion.  Quite obviously there must be certain merits involved and without doubt  as far as the North Shore is concerned it  will provide some advantage. As far as  We oil the Peninsula are concerned the  advantages are negligible.  more for education, then let us have  sqmething right here that will 6e available  to everyone in the area. Many good  students right now have had tq abandon  higher education because qf the financial  involvement and this is an undesirable  type qf discrimination we can weU do  without.  &,  hsher's pat on the back to the ^di|or o��  this paper and the assumption, by Ihe pub**^;  Usher that within four years the paj>ej* has *  dug roots into the community which will  flower mto his idea of athe hest is yet to* >  ���come." ���    i  To put it mildly the assumption smacks  of���*I leave it to the readers fpr a name to  hang on this one��� But to imagine! that  what has thus far been done bears, the  mark of quality indicates mediocrity, vyith,  respect to this particular issue, in the'  mentalities cf both publisher and editor.  If a community is to truly flower only  high calibre material and support of those  who can see far enough into the future will  suffice It has been very clear to many*  in the community that neither the quality  nor the vision required to- achieve the  magnificent flowering which is possible in  this fortunate area we live m is vested in  the present-day operators of this paper.  As for the cartoonist no more need be  said than that his output is a far cry from  quality For a certainty he is no Herblock  It may be that the ideas he presents are  forced upon him by his superiors --If so,  then the damning is worse for them. For,  if that is so then it is obvious''that they  lack tiie'ability'to develop a talent which  could be of tremendous i^uence* It is  high time some of the kn6wfe||geable and  thiridng  elements  of the  rom^unity  in  formed theni of their faults. Perhaps they   /^ph   then   intending   skulduggery);    the    -hbun^g president Johnson, as a liar and    instructed, but this young fi  can change. The response to ^sc Johnson    a i$&--filled* with  deceit whereupon  he    me somehow" of Handler. 1  via future editorials and cartoons and; news  articles, etc., will soon let us know whether  we are to have a quality paper or a rag.  But now tp a specific editorial in the'  November 29,'1��>S7, issue relative to Vietnam. This editorial is ah excellent example ���  of ignorance, lack of vision and denunciation of those who are in fact aware of  what is really going on in this sick civilization. In short, the denunciation, stems from  ignorance and <we have a paper operated  hcs   received   an  education.   The  U.S.A. respect fpr their elders. Handler.  I was turned over to a stranger,  violates   the   Geneva   Accords   to.   which ^      Finally, Walter Ldppman (the wise man    This last time we went into the woods after  Dulles agreed (but did not sign���he was of tj,S&. Journalism) wrote a. column de-    a  bank robber.    I  pinned  him  down  as    fellow reminded       ,._���        .���.���..    . licked his face  ���with respect to the Congress is nothing less jutm>a,ta France. He KNEW Johnson was    and let him go.   And I got fired.  than criminal; the Seato Treaty is being a Wat.  At that time I didn't but I know        Now here 1 am on the Sunshine Coast,  violated��� and I can furnish the  proof  if now that Lippman was correct for it is  required. - The  assassination of President now known that while Johnson'was making  Kennedy was in part because be was going public  election  speeches' saying   that  he  to^ctosedewn the Vietnam war.   In short, would..not send American boys into  the  the Roman Catholics have cooperated with Asiatic jungles to die he was actually pre-  Big Business and the military( the military paring tp send them, behind the scenes.  industrl'al ������ complex "which' President Eiseh- Poes the editor expect kids" to' respect "such  hower warned of when heVleft office).   It a 5nan? - McNamara and Frankel are leav-  isyHocfamuth's play "The Deputy" all over ing the putrid ship of * American Foreign  by ignoramouses who believe they possess.   M^11 '*_#jKf %f S^ the UniM.O^es... ,p?UCy yx%\ as the kids have. done.   Isn't  INVASION of the woiMV6��ar��3bfecftf- scream to the -skies that they are victims  beats, drqg ,peddlers and addicts, v of di��-rrt*piinatinn. After all, th&y are only,  hir/pys, and other rxusfi^.-jce.h^,^mgms" .fj^werj.children attempting a new ap-  ^>oSned tq the 4An*??��^-^|i��e|it. prriactf toward endihg world strife, and  Such infiltration appears to.J�� tek^ng ; is it not better to throw flowery tha^n  quaUties which are beneficial to the community insofar as the operation of a quality  paper is concerned.  First,   as  to ignorance.   There is  the  statement "American youth are taking up  arms to suppress the odious advance of a  militant political system, etc." ^Fhis is not  fact.    The   REAL   reason   the   ^erican  youth are in Vietnam is to continue the  exploitation of the Asiatics.   And, by this  action the white man is digging his own  'grave;-'"' The'!''':Mfee";ma;h^  hatred of the black and red inen and are  new earning the hatred of the -brp*.yn and  yellow men-  if this continues much longer  there is absolutely no' hop�� fpr' the white  man. The American youth' know 'this. TJ|ey  also know their fathers and grandfathers  have left them a mess of pottage by passing  on debt  to   the  next  generation   and  by  utilizing war. in a vain attempt to. solve  problems.    The  French   gpt' $300   million  dollars   in  one  year   alone   put  of  Indo-  Chtna.   It is the rubber, tin, bauxite, etc.,  etc:, which the American EsitabUshment is  after in Asia.   Not only are they after the  rubber olf 'Malaysia (approximately eleven  robber plantations have been returned to-  Goodyear, MieHene��, etc.) for exploitation  hut' they *a*t' ai^et*. the"'vast"'mineral Ye.-,  source's of "China, Ifrhich they thought they  with variations.- Does the editor think"that  Protestant, Jewish, Atheist, etc., American  boys are interested in .preserving Asiatic  exploitation at the expense of their lives?  If he approves of' such exploitatibn then  why isn't he down there sacrificing HIS  LIFE and teUing some person to either do  as he says or be killed. lioes the editor  really think that Russia would let the  United States win and knock out China?  If he does then he is lacking in perception,  for Russia iWUui*4e^noycpnditipn permit  that since it well knows that it would be  the next victim pf this modern Romeicalled  The United States. To fail to realize such  an outcome is to be lacking in Vision. It  was Thomas Jefferson of The United  States, I believe, who stated that "Where  - there is ��� no vision the people perish.' '-���- Where  is the vision of an editor \Yhen he fails to  realize that' continued escalation of the  war y)A\ result,in a hot third world war.  Doesn't he knpw thai a 1000 megaton bomb  dropped over' Pittsburgh 'at a" height of  50 miles would dbhterate everything from  Maine to, South. Carolina aqd.a hk? territory inland and that this is what we are  ��eaded"?or if Hs ideas prevail.   ~  Arnold Toynbee in one of his speeches  (recorded1  in. his   book V "Civilization   On  ' Trial")   stated   that   history   records   no  It "possible" for the publisher and editor "to  escape fromr their dungeons of ignorance  and lack of ,-yisian? Will they continue to  support a njonstrous barbarism?  FREDERICK L. COMPTON,  Box 337,  Cibsohs, B.C.  Editor's Note���The preceeding would  appear to have a very familiar ring and  indeed, color, and without having to compose a lengthy reply embellished with  pseudo-intellectual verbiage, it is sufficient  to say, a hat obviously fits. Further, the  editor has already spent six years taking  an active- part^in a battle agairist a mad  nazi/and right.^pw would seem to be doing  a good job oF fexhosing any subversive  element.ihrourl midst ^..^.V,,,:.,,,...,...,  place throughout the western worlds  - Why this should be so is^ of course,  a matter (if conjecture: a$ far as .ye  humble mortals' are concerned. TJnfor-  tiin^tely a gr^t des^:<;cj-';h)u^,^vil^^ig  cr^ale^ by. these vultures, perverts, ajid  escapists from reaUtyS',.They^.raiTOpt'''.uie  morals of our yqu^-^p^'^ir^v'f^ti^jjut::  ^o, effect their ' insidioii^V,-sdieine'.V'to  \indf^tnine* our free society ^s'V;^hqle.  bombs?  ���* 'A- . ��� ���        * "  Strangely enough, we have those  among us who fall for this garbage. They  migiit'j^ipt suppqrt the theory b-iit give  the long haired hbriicultunsts credit for  having the fortitude to stand up for their  convictions. -Many people have actually  ^pressed the view that perhaps they  are right. This is precisely what the subversives want; ordinary citizens to sup-  had und^Chiang-^ai-Shek. This ^nothing     occasion when two nations  armed to the  hew to Americans^or to French, British,     *���^ -��-* -i--:--  ~*���~u  -.���.���.- j:j  _...  Samp4Son7�� defence  Editor, The Times  "Sir-i-Ott'ce before I was accused of being  too gentle, aijd fired frpm the Vancouver  Police Dept. Now I am accused of being  vicious and;, my' master's neighbours say  I shou|d..."be; shot  MX LlpiLilt Y^JPcoUYSIw.Was. a tracking  dogV, X found many, lost children and hikers,  >a-^riift^Tes^*ou!r OarificfMiiilH  and given a STOeUofa riih-away.  I would     V.iH4*M5��H**yil��,*  enjoying my new master's fields and creek.  There is a school nearby which I know is  not our property. I do not trespass, although many other dogs do. I ignore everything that goes on over there. One day  tivo little boys were fighting on our property and 1 escorted them to their side of  the fence where they continued fighting  undisturbed.  Another day three little girls, nine .year  olds, two fair heads and ene dark, came  up' dur driveway, when they thought that  nobody was home. My master's son heard  them say, "It looks too friendly for , a  police dog. Let's see if we can make it  mad." Two threw stones and one hit me  on the leg with a stick. They called me a  coward, when I only barked at them.  Before I came to Davis B^ay a small dog  at Mission Pt. was badly injured. Before  I arrived, a grey wolf was seen behind the  school:r!'^Also' in the neighborhood * was av  German Shepherd looking like me. only  bigger. Last week a little bull terrier on  the School ground had his hide torn open.  1 was chained to my dog house at the  time of this fracas and I don't know who  did it. .,' ,.......,.���, V ,_,.._.-1���^ ;, .,���..  These mothers who condemn me would  think differently if I came to their children's aid in the event of a wolf, or a  cougar, pr a bear, coming down the logging  road."' Or.if they had a lost''child in the  woods that needed finding, they might he  glad of my help.  Thank you for hearing my side of the  story.  SAMPSON SIMPKINS.  .������ittsf?  In this respect they findI ^��q ^iffi^u|ty port them. They certainly have attained  !,? ^bWn8 a subtsantial following of a modicum of success. }t has reached the  ^twf^'t^mg the way, the majority of "'   '���' ""��� "'���  which' have" no conception whatsoever  as to what hideous campaign they are  ^cfeajiBgin. '���    ���*'    :'  " These purveyors of internal strife  have a very^tle arid effectivevni^ains-  \&F ^rhich they encroach,,, usurp a^id  ultimately destroy decent hoimes'and  communities and. that to large extent  involves the creation ;d^4yin'imtliy.'':Tyi>i**>  cal is the approach of the unkempt segment littering qur sidewalks known as  whereby normally responsible  people afgue that the genuine hippy is  alright; it is just unfortunate that so  many of the bad element ape them.  If such is the case, it would be extremely interesting to determine just  what is a genuine hippy. Is he an idealist  with ^s eyes shut' tightly to reality? Is  he, an American draft dodger decrying his  own country because he lacks the fortitude to answer the call to the colors? Is  Germans, "etc." 'The '^Open-lDoor'4' pdhcy of  the Americans with respect'to China back  in 1908-JLO meant '/We tpo> want the right  to. exploit. Cluha. VLeay^ this .dpor; open to  us. Why should 'England etc., get all this  loot?" So, the" Americans put" gun-boats  on'the. Yangtze River to protect their loot.  .1 could go. on for pages relative to the  real reason the Americans are in Asia. It  is not simple, for instance, Cardinal Spell-  man put a million dollars bf his own money-  into the Vietnam struggle and was responsible for the appointment of that Catholic  tyrant Diem in an 80' percent fiuddhist  community. The French before him had  Worked this thing so well that only Catho-  teeth and glaring at each other did not  eventually go tp war. This is not just a  matter of a little Asiatic war the Americans are involved in. V It is prelude to  catastrophe! Canadians will not be exempt  The'j'atomic poison floats in "the air and  rides the waters. The kids know this but  the; .editor in his ignorance, and lack, of  vision "dpes not,^ so he dehounces them.' It,  may be that they aire-confused moment-  irilVjiiWith hippism biit that is merely a  passing fancy. Assuredly, they will move  into revolt just as the peaceful Negro movement hasvdbiie if such nonsensical "'policies'  as, war to solve problems continues. It is  continued insistence of the correctness of  such policies which causes the kids tp lose  go into; the��wpodsVaRd: get him.  My schooling was very thorough. I was  taught to guard children,. respect women  and neyer to leave a mark on any bird,  animal or human.' I was taught to be suspicious of any man. who wore gloves,  smelled of gasoline or alcohol, or who  tpuched any of-' bur property. I was trained  to jump in and put pf moving ear windows,  climh, l^ders,, get oyer ei^ht foot 'fences,,  and; a number of other things necessary for  police work. Not only was T able to carry  out orders but they gave "me credit for  being an independent thinker as well.  "'"I did ah my work with a youn^ man  they called Sampson's Handler. When off  dutyV.I..,guard'ed..:.Hah'i&|er'j5v'wifeVahd children.   But something terrible happened to  Editor, The Times:  Sir-=-In fairness to the young people of  this district, I feel there should be some  clarification of. the statistics concerning the  comparison of the number of drop-outs in  Elphinstone Secondary School and in Pen-  dsr Harbour Secondary School, as quoted  in your editorial of December 6, 1967. It  should be pointed out that the two percentages .quoted were arrived at in an entirely  different rhahher. The Pender Harbour  figure of 13 percent was obtained by taking  the total number of drop-outs in any one  year as compared to the total enrolment  of the school���i.e. in 1968*67 there were 15  drpp-outs from a total enrolment of 123,  showing a 12 percent drop-out rate.   The  ,' ~so* pago 5  ��.     -   ~ .���.    ������'������-.���.    i he an escapist who choses to live like a  fe TJe semi-intellectual lead^ ;of   hog rath(?r ^han 15vc up to1ifc as it rcally  this* bunch gather around them easilv. .-1? 0r> jsM s^p)y ^ extiibitionist witH-  gathcr around them easily;  swayed pawns; worthy hogbods, draft  d^cjgcxs, eager beayer communists wJJio  wpuld probably faint at any thoughts  ��i ^J^rt^ioq tq ^sia, together, w^th  M jneyh^lc ide-x^ts wh;q .^ikes, the  best contribute tq the cause. , '  t "l-ft ^P*1- 'V1111 various'timbers; of ^ho  tflP,YC��\^ cfld up in tcqubiq'wUh the  in ^ven shqr^ec time thw  wwmnmmwwtmmm mwmi nwwtnm ****wn *mnmn��  out means, ambition and brains? ^hich- ���  evey it mijjht be, jte is a misfit and in  most cases a parasite who feels the world  owes him a living. Let lis make no mistake, they need no sympathy. They have  nothing to offer the world and we will  be well rid' of them when society  cYentqjiHy wakes up to the dangers they  present. ���..,. .'         ,     ".,  GH^N SAW  CENTRE  ,. * i   . i,   ''''";Bw'''4$$'''- Seehelt"';"";','"  PEAURSFOR:  P.M. Canodtcn -> M^ullocb - Hqmelite  7   r Pioneer and StSKIChatnSawt  COMPLETE STQCK OF ALL MODELS  Pajflf onij Repair Scryico  i*i***#>mmn*ttm0mm mfmmmm,  i   ��-* r* ��* * Mtti u IwJ **\  !44m&��  -pn  t,H*-*��0*flBIS8li.(  f i(iW^H*i!tSiiMISWBI'*-tJMMSlt',ltl����(*it��ffl  w��i^��w*wa*4t��BH'tiii��M����i*(H!  Published *^c���nMdiiys 9< Scchclt  oivJiaii'iMktttotj CoftiJl*'," , '  '     ^    ���    ', '7   ,       ,'.,  Scchclt Peninsula Times Ltd.    ��  Box 381 - Scpbelt, B.C.  Douglas O. Wheeler, editor,  S, B, A IwrtK Publisher ��  Subscription Rates:. (h�� ftdv**ac*> ,.,....  t Yeur. $5 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Yew*, $13  OAw^p^to,^.-*.)'-.  Serving the area Jr<mPor?Melion 0 Egnjr '  (HoweSomhieMllnlttr ~ A  I * M> A   , t    ,   i   i  C^FE  I        Sp:CflELT  pp. M to fAHn zf %*m  Sq^yjnp Thp Sunshine Cpa^t  GULE BU|LPiN6  SUPPtlES"*""'***"  8Q5-221?3 - Scchclt, B.C. - ������  I ^lMM"B����*^W��i'*,WM��*s.*aw^^l!ii!(i  ' !  i ., i  ���*�� ^tH*(  ���# *.l  i,  ui. Vi  A '  A-  aWu^ ��,:.J.tf)l   ^MHIf  ((*��*l^*t-il4altH't^tJ*-'* **")!*( 1'*��.atl*��  I SEftTSPW,^.PSAIEATBOXDFFlOtORBT:.  ^TS.W ROBERT WISP.  >���AI>AA,*.fV,l  *  !    'I  *"JjH*i'W*jti^***����*-iMi,irt W<i  -. 'ftfuwm, -i aitAfim -*ts��w  *jf    n't  < . .��.��i  i&^tyjm  ���f WpBU ^iiH"-*<(*K-��*n  *.. ,/,^.��  /SWtt-  J^M  '1 *rfal-i��(if'ifti.fi etsJBi-��!��v-!i'iW  .    CEDARS INlN  '  i '*    i -���    >'    *    i   ' *     >        tt    . -,   HI.**,     n't   ��'\   i'1.  Fine Cuisirt^ i^ $  Friendly Atmosphere  ' ' i ' 'Ml  LYLE and OUVM  086-9015 Gib��ono, D.C.  Brought to you by  these progressive  plqces of business  // -rr  r%i��i*!^ii w*dwsntot|(f*'iki �������*?l*!(��WJWt ���  Coming tQ ttrn Twilight, Pec. 26  ! i" ' '  iwwBwwwl^   ,ft--W^|0. ���   STEREO -. ^Ifl^ - Sf ERjEQ  "HTWl"*-"-^**   a--.^iiW T*F'WB^N*f PlP^MP.^  *fl"P.J-^flWl PP*iff  "WF ^ ���*W.dlfe'..1P   9   ^ff ��� R"  ;tfR^^HN4*  ,,��.,������.��.��,��.,,������,.�����.. DcQ 1*3 |*-��for-��*��-��-��-'--��*��-.��<<~t��  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better thap City Prices  Phono 886-2280  GIBSONS. B.C.  WWWt  ,J����.��,Althou_hXhrliUmasJtunQ^  helnp tbo qreotost festival qroMnd \ha\ tlm*3-~*tbiP,(0'<-ro W^y, Oriental c4olko|C|g*  qvallablo f.rom th�� Kitchen* of Chun Klnio that can bo usee/ to brighten tho  Christmas toblo. '7  ' i ' ���"''.���'''' ' '  Tho most popular amono those, and ona af tho, tastlqst; Is o ��fufflria .th^t'  Utilizes tho uplqut? flavour and crlspnoss of Chlnoso water chestnuts, Thoso water  cbqst'iuls Qf�� qvallablo In cans at most grocery, outlpts, (hrbughout Canadq,  i  HOLIDAY WASON TURKEY PRESSING ���  3 cups dry Pumnornlcklo broad crumbs 2 fbspy m9lt��l butter  (pr Sour Ryo Bread) . �����  '.   '^      ."    '  % cup chopped onion ���>  i,     ,:       r' I  tip. popper  1 cup chopped Chun King Water ,    ���, ���������������������< '  .,..   Chestnuu 1  tsp, tflHragon  1 tsp, marjoram  i��*mww��>si)!^*%iwiiMi      ��4��sftw��MiM^Mjf*'*s"tWi*��''Sw**  BENNER BROS.  Furnishings and  -"���������-���������-"'������' Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -    Scchclt/ B.C.  Peninsula Plumbing  Ud.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Ph_r886:9533.  Gibsons, B.C.  1  eoo (beaten)  1  ibsp, chopped pdrsley  ifo tip, batli  Mix all Ingredients thoroughly���ball glh^t<f In'just enough water to covor,  (salt ami popper to tasto), Chop tho liver and'odd It'.tp other InarodKspts, molsterl  \6tf npt iwtHbff-ttufHrtfl wM  ��ton<i;holifJar�� Jiour�����Stuff���ihe ��crop.��ond^.body��cayJfJ����,Jlghlly,���do,.n(>r.*pock���lho���  stuffing as It will expand, ,  Th<* Cbrlslma* cock|oll hour can be brlQhtcned.w|th o variety, of oasy-fo*  prepare Oriental dishes, ohe of tho easleit ot whlfll ll tl)*�� Cl^nn King egg roll  now avallablo In o variety of suns nt tho frozen fooct counter of most supermarkets, All that Is required h to heat and serve, I .< 7,7'  Where  Fashion is a byword  SmarfShoppers are  found at .....,.  Helene's  Fashiomi Shoppe  Gibsons, B.C, - Ph. 886-9941  AS LOW AS  , 25c "A DAY  ��^!LL.���COM^IT��lX,!NSTAl.U.���  ���,.A,.HMJHELkJURNACE_���  Comploto  w|th   oil   burner,   ducts  work and oil tank In your homo,  Cpll  Pud Klowltz  your shell  Oil  ,��� 'Distributor.  886-2133 Gibioni, B.C.  X  .���!-  -1 ^"^*w-  * igity? $$&&'&&*-$'* ^tf*'1*1] I* %  ���tij.  # ��� # �� * fi  ��i ������ *n * ' * * *if *." it  * '*, ��*. #-. J *, -. * '* %  ,, * vvt ^ a     v. : v  ,*i >-w���'J>,�������� $!nt J-aa, >  , A*ln?JJ.>.V'V?A^!t,-, �� ;.*-  ;-' ��;* j"^<-  KWW^ISKr^  HfetLp. J#are datice ifriends,, I .aifa'ost  ers  M  - ���  /  *��M1S -IK5 ��� GiirG��.M0ciatie��  .   i   .   t, Were not scattered 'singly upland dffwtt ithe  , ���from page 4    Sofynd. - Youv co#d* have, reduced the- -nat-  Jpnal debM>j�� a'$t^s^njial_ampunt. J^ , v  ' 1fou"ad^itTther-e^^ei;e n^sfatgTlogi  *-V-  *     x fri  annual dinner meet  SECBE&T, Girt Guide" Association \held the  Ej$w-." .iS.7 ��'.��i��i +w ���*,,,!* ,,o _^   26 drop-ovits from, a school population of  5 percent.  had our diiark o��' 'both ends!.*-'  mt,. -f   __ __-V *��'->��.  ._���.      VlifeimlAChmt^  our towC ,<No-one^has^ hinted' that thfs    thehoine of Mrs. Charlotte Jackson, where  see, wp.t was'gomg pn, i#r i loo^ew -out    ^"V*,;,"_���; u""j*J"J"7 "-"ZjT    eYer was .the'case/^Ve do'fiot get our    memhers,hosted,the ��fuiders to show their  ... -   .   - -       -    logs that way.^Our^ogsTweriB'i^ a! water    appreciation;, for the yearV work devoted  lease, registered ri*f our namtf a$ a boom-    to ��� Guides J jfod Brownies. , *. .7  mg ground. This if not enough?-OC course   *   Lg^eri presenc were:  Iona"'Strachan A  not, we are criinW^^NptVaU our Jogs    Do^a , Mulled,  Grace Bonin, Lola Caldwell,' Drfnelda   Sigdtiin, , Dianne^ Benner,  Marcfe  Dorothy Stoc|-  those 23 of the 108 'who    No regulation agabsjr thisvd|her.   \    *     ^ f��5?SPr-J��eB��er ��������& to attend was  entered .Grade ,8 ih 1983 and did not coin-        However, let them be so Careless as to    Lesue *isner. t ^  ���   ���-������'��������*���     "- '' -- -     -*���.-*-������ Mrs. R. Breese presented the hostes|r  * C. Jackson with a lovefy corsage,  buffet "dinner was��� thoroughly enjoyed  fnM's'vowWw't war nf tfluj-rpHanrin" apprenucejsnips, ana some\ iexi me area tine iaem *��j.uu, aiier,-au u* is omy,, one uy all and GBristmas ^favours made by the  ^'KS S^hS^oStel Se because of intolerable home, situations, lt Bunch of logs, if it had, been two buhchesf 1st ^ilson Creek Guides were passed ar-  $d^^^t��?^i?|Ni'��vem should be poihted out also tthat  hlen'Sfr due To t&e^Centenhial pro-   J" a��? /he drop-out rate ��  mW%6m .coast  to toasts   My  young   basls was m the , ������__,.,_.����� - -   ,  sis)|r!VfS?d^U,5' to go over to-the Centen*        Since'it appears that the righmo smoke    dnV?,er?ha^u> l^JF^^X-    A1 'formation^ the 1st Pender. Ilarbour, Guirie  _ **   .��*-^*-,������^-u*)   *w*   ���|*^tv�����**���                 i luriiiai-iiwi -iii Luc J.SL itviiLicjt*- -fx-ciJi uuux,  vruimc  BTsSSPkTiice jambor&eV aF Victoria    is much moreVimportant than'acquiring an WeU, I wish gen-tjetnen there was some _ company.   The i:ead'er^;are;/Mrs. Louise  yhen theBntUnial sduare dancHraiu.Was    education, I think tit is ,only 4ait to, point other way for me, to; t^pay. you for,the Bain and^Mrs, n&^gapret.W^J^^ girls  ffi: ^M^7l.��  M    ,   "S - .: X^t..    n��y -ut U;.At>~y<, ��,DM ����f ��vnti-st-.tt<wtv.tvntn unjust trouble and exoetise vou have caused -       *^-   *���-���*���' *���--- ~ ^*--^-���   -- *i-'-  While the |a!0 was  last^we&r W% cai  found a new w^rwsjy  on the floor- and right down in front, prob- made 'perfectly clear that he was carrying  ably  heckling  th^ ealler,  was  my . little out duties assigned to him hy the admihi:  sistet, looking right at me saying, *'I told stration   of  this   school*,' with  whoih,'   of  you-to come,'see what you missed." course, the responsibility rests.  Speaking .of Christmas parties, on Dee. W- S. POTTER,  21st,'-1��63,  we held'a "Christmas  square Principal,  dance party at the Wilson Creek hall with  a* good turnout of dancers'present including OpGll letter  my oldest sister Evelyn from Saanichton,  ripens, the fruit may not be to your liking.  Sleep well, gentlemen,   vi   *  R1CHAR0 fiAMMOND. '  .  worked for them.  , The nejtt meeting will bei held .January  ioth, at the home of Mrs. L. Nestmart.  ;  Van, Island, and I must say everyone enjoyed that one, so why not make an effort  ind-up square dance of 1967  lHall this Sat, Dec. 18th,  All square dancers  wel-  bring a fifty cent or under  present,   and   came   early   and  whole evening.   Your hosts will  ons Squarenaders  with caller  xtson.    Remember,   this   will  square dancing on the Sunshine Coast for the Centennial Year 1957,  so he good, be there and I ���vyill see you at  tbe square dance. -  Pounding  -waves   and  heavy   logs-storm; *also~ stealing many feet-of     "        .      . ���        .  smashed countless small boats along   valuable waterfront real estate.     '     C^y**%__%/���&    Ka\i//im/*��  the Sunshine Coast during last week's  , " '- '* <::"t JtrC/ttftL    DUWLLItU  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH bowlers for the week, Mary Henderson   69?   (254,   331),   Dave  Trowse  737  (289).  ,,- ��� :a.v.i -  igW ������-*-���****���*.���  *".        t a. "*��    "*"   *��     " f-     -    il  *    'l     t      '    '-    >/^Sa. W^'  Editor, The Times:  Sir���This is an open letter to the B.C.  Forest Service; but not to the workers,  amongst whom there are many good men.  Dears Sirs,  For shame! you have ttoWed for- a  whale and caught a minnow, or w rather  two minnows. , .  Why did you feel it necessary to act  as if you had caught a shark?) I" refer'of  course to the recent conviction of my father  and myself for transgressing one of your  minor regulations concerning our business  of log salvage.  As regulations go, this one is particularly useless, even for your regulations. It  doesn't inconvenience the thieves who infest this business. They have no difficulty  stamping both ends of their large high  floating logs.  Do you realize it is not practicable for  the rest of us to comply with the letter  of this regulation? Of course you do; one  of your own letters says as much- Oh! it  is well phrased, this regulation, a catch-  anyone, a real bureaucrat's delight. Not  for nothing, all those desks of husy little  men.  Jt is to your credit that in the past yon  have not taken it seriously. I refer tb -cases  such as the recent one where you fined a  .&�� YOUR WIFE'S JOB  t -v k"    *~ -1 ���-   - _��   ^     y^ * ^      t? i* ���v*' *���*   ***  EASIil?IIIS CHRISTMAS WITH  *c -       *'-',*-.   -A .'  "& BEAUISf UL NEW ...  VAGUUM CLEAHER  A.*->       ^-J J&'   -^TJ  Break through  As dawn ^roHe m Tuesday -morning,   ;n %, jegent^y pojwtructed tbret|k.   SCH00L LEAGUES  December 5thr* it revealed a breach   water at Selma Park. *   **J - -  ' ,      * juniorsf Brad Alia,:  -��� *    . .     ���U~~aJ y    ' '    ���,'-,    -   *V"   s'v.^. "'. .%��� -''I  .^ _1_    Allan 273 (144).  LEAGUE SCORES  Sports Club: Phil Joe 679, Elsie Johnson 567, Pat Porter 247. "'  Lad   ies: Sylvia Jackson 649 (257), May  Walker 260 ,.     ,  Ladies  Matinee:   Mary Henderson  692, pajlr 0f 0Ur competitors $10 for "the same  (254^331) ��'    \ offence���no court appearance involved."  Pender: Mark Myers 709j, Muriel Cam-"      You will not blame me for wondering  eroh 69d (260), John Divall 279. -   9I why we should have to ,appear,in court,  *  Commercial:  Aileen Bystedt 302t Dave    and^pay  $400.   That,  gentlemen  is^four  Tro&se 737128��); Soniiy 'Benner 731' (29^; ^ousand  Percent ^crease,, in -case  your*  �� ii     j'V ���     *--.*,   -*> ii ���> ff>nA\ " '��� mathematics are as shaky as.-your*,sense  BaU and. Cham: ^athy Ball 530 (304).t   ��� Qf justice -     .  TEN PINS "Do you ask what justice has to do with  "' Mixed: 'Gordon McCourt 321 (172), Dor-     this?   You're right, it is a silly notion,  othy Rodway 281, Lil McCourt 155. 1 You say  there were two  charges  be  cause   there  were  two  bunches of  logs.  Three   bunches,   there   would  have   been  Allan 320 (216), Laurie .   three charges apiece, "at $600, ten bunches,  ten charges, etc.���How unfortunate the "logs  with more interest  wry httw1,* ;  The )vUd wind which played so much sign leaving a credit balance of .01  h^yoc fllong tiie coast last week, and, causing amusement in the bus-  aptly re-arrohged U)o Credit Union '���l^s:-iar^,'o|':^c^c^t*'r;';^^''>'''",''.v/T;".'  'a;', ������',"������/'"v���'���"~���' ;���-r~~'���~~���7 ���    ;''...���r~���~~"   ~    ~   ���~~"  Say You Saw It In The  *"i*BtW^*��*iSltfi��4lii*ltll'(*a��'>  ONLY"  8  SIIOPPIUG  DAYS Tit  CHRISTMAS  Ghirsfmcis is only 8 more  Shopping Days away.  Go to GiSmore's NOW f or  your Christmas Shopping  **;(��Sll*��--t*��;i��iS��rt-i��. *jlM AutKflivtVikik^^iit^fiiti^MAil.^&i^^  m   e   111  L.   __��<..  ~    run   1,. I��.|*. IHWVI  �� Aufawotic cord rewind  * Chrome finish  * Power selection  * Full set of attachments  * Five year giparantee on a(l metal core hose.  The finest value in a Vacuum  Cleaner on the market today  List Price $69.95  Other Models from $39.88  AT  PAiCCr#/S ^3AKIDI^AIE  -Alf:  I  l/ini*��*��*<wi��iii����ifwv*r��wiiv��T<****��**v**iii*��*i*no��i>w*-i*��*<r>  ; ���    >          ���.*... .n     I.,      ,   ' ��i.��,i       i '*  "* u   *. ���     ..'.{it      i1      v    '.     i     i��,��..  SptyE SUGGESTIONS  FOR DAP .- Wp|!��ts ���" Sp(t:k qqc( Jie Se^ #p.  Gloves'-' etc.  Selection Paint my Number Sots for all trges.  Bank of  6% stoear  r(+!ii**SM(*iSiJl-*J4'i  A>  WS1 CAN  ���',.,��� 7:7:'7<7^'     '' ; "'���������'l1'",1', ��� ('",���'!.  y;y,v: ::V^|"IHVTHIt>;  '''   I)'.'.*.'. ,    '    ��� I        V/"      I,    '."    '    ',  Shampooer- Polisher - Shriibber  3 YEAR GUARANTEE  on Parts and Labour  -M^tttMta&ttftftlVNMii^MI^-M*^^ (T ��Wi(^MHHSl*A*Ari��BftfcH^*-WWitt^����l*^  ij|tf%fflf|fBll|AJtAA04%IMMI^AAAftiff>ft  ^     ^HRISTM^S CARDS AHrDECORATIONS AT  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Socho|f( D.C, PHoi^ol|f|5^3^  I .. I      ..   i    f!_. A.   '  in Merry Clttistmas  gift craokers;  \oy pqy only $7,36 for p $10,00 cortlflcatp-  maturlno In 1973. Simplo r��to Is 6% for a total  rptttfn qf morq than ono-thlrd In six years.  Mako somdono rt happy Investor this Christmas,  Glvo Bank of Montroal Savings Cortlficqtoa In  lihorfy"piiriamalwrQlsporafr^^  Wrappara avaHaMQ 1(oo!ln all branphoa.  * 2 speed motor  * 3 sett bruaho!}  * Largest liquid container on tho market  * 3 package* of shampoo (enough to  ihai^^^^i^f^)    ���"'v,;'i'"  * Excluilvo foaming action  * Seeing |�� believing. Thit i�� a beautiful  addition to tho Uc^wyt line.  Ban^oif Montreal  Canada's First BanH  Scchclt Brunch A HRNPST llOOTH, Mnnngcr  Pender Harbour, Mudclrn Park (SulvAgcncy) s      Open Dully  Gibson*'pWk    ,,��...    ,   T,f,PAUOilliaii.Mivnivgcr  Suggeitofl U|t  A * ���  ���~rrr��  :V���^A>^.v^^^^  *t:  it,*  **MS(W! i^W^ W��(   * BU*i*kfe*��l 1��W  'V  I  i  J.,.  *   I  ii*--i-rJil---i 1^��l���>*���-���-*->���*!���*- ���fc--*!-. ������������  ������4 . ��f,/, i  :;;:  H-*^t ��^ I  ,.T���,  in?.',*   ."^����p'W**w*l -****--?'  Av.x^w,��,^u,AVv\��AN^^,'v't ^%^^**'*^.rv^;^;**Vf\*4^v>r^A'A.>fr��^.** xa-^.W->^.> A >*v* ** /**** *��� **'*��^ " ft* \r ,* *. * *.%, "A*/,^ * ^ *  ��*���**<)  4    \   *    <>>    K   ft  ft t\ -A *** V ���*��� r�� ^# ft *^ * ��**%i* ���% 4t* ^M4k#-A'#*4''(*V^#''*i#-*.��,tlh[-(  t  '**fn��l  #?ifl��-^*��i*i  1 f        I j *tf:Hvi''*.'.*>.r'^!��-^iv'?!��'  I&&&&y-��7;ii7  ��� v -v, *.-. 'Si- .^- 'lj,:i<[i, *L,..^."'i..'  V  -~   ->    ^    V-   S     ��� ���   V   ^  v s;   i v .J  JJi A.  *    **,   *>    ���*.,^^��V')S -V^tV  *"*    N   *J *>   ,  '>-*���      ��-��,-.�� < '       A J-~A  '5p:*:y  7<��i7.  6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 13, 1967  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bldg., Secheit ��� Phone 885-2333  TUESDAY���I 1:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  THURSDAYS���1 1:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  SATURDAYS���3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Mother**  to  child   at   the   dinner   table:  "Eat your food, dear.   Pretend it's mud."  n>s>vi��w\gvwinwn*vwvin>i>*yvvvv,tfwv\f^ww<#vini^wfvviwr**  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  Wednesday - Thursday - Friday  13-14-15 tat'8 p.m.  SI0N.V     'KENNETH  JAMES-WILLIAMS  '-    "    KENNETH       CHARLES  ' CONNOR -HAVVTREY  ���   JOAN-'   !IM-    AMANDA  SIMS-DALE-.BARRIE  ���peterRQGERS  ���J SUN <C   }*4 *S -S -5 ���*?-�����> U JS.J-.S   ** t -J ..* ^ -S.<S v, 5: *!. *, <i < 1J s.  ft** .J  1 ^V>., s   ",     ,  8 V w T .�� * t <r j ����� . -��- ���>    ' '  7 ���   i , - "        i '.  "   A' ��* 7  May I take this opportunity to express sincere thanks  to the residents of Gibsons who pave me their overwhelming  support in the recent election. It is now my intention v-  - *. i   ��� - <���<  to fully justify this support to the best of my ability  when I take office as' your new Village Chairman.  ���r. '.V <*a"' '    ,.   V %  Once again, my sincere thanks.  Fred Feeney  Pantomime  ��ocvc;��  C*��*'b* tt CW._I.-D THCHA*.  St^wifirr trTAi."*0r HOTKWU1 '  E4ST04B COLOUR  ;  Sat. 16 - Mon. 18 - Tues. 19  at 8 p.m.  ��l     * Themost |  fWAHTEDi  I picture of theyear!-f  I wim dm&____ j  I mm ii_____�� |  t '.mimdiK I  I*' e_ui_j_t__-   I  r  2B1  Real old-time pantomime came to  Secheit for the O.A.P.O. Christmas  Party and proved our senior citizens  can still show a shapely leg. Costumes mostly made from odds and  ends were most effective and everyone  participated by  joining in  the  J00 members-Guests .  chorus. From left, taking a bow are:  Janet Allen (king), Blanche McCrady (Queen), Madge Hansen (courtier), Olive Clear (rejected suitor),  Vie Lynds (princess), Mary Tinkley  (successful suitor), and Vylo Wilkinson (messenger).  Secheit Brand  enjoy outstanding party  j  . . .   SSSgf"  [j-      X^,      ��,    "^t    -�� S*"rgji  -*" *��� ^      y ��  V^fc?.t*��?,bv'0eLu't�� i     J  ��,���- ��**VwNf��vMUN>T��DARTiSTS      ��  *��*-*J^'-v'*'**> * i^A -   - v "*-*    5  **��, ���. * tii i.Ja'Vv. /���*vS>r-_.S _ ..      --      _ V A>~.~.  gcc  SOUND OF MUSIC  STARTING DECEMBER 26th  ��� ������������a..��.a...��..'li��Ai*��l��<IJ|--.����l*,l*..��-MI-*...ll,.,  BEST party ever, was the opinion expressed  on many sides of the Christmas party  organized by the Secheit O.A.P.O. at the  Legion. Hall on December 7th. All the  ingredients were there���good food, fine ahd  varied entertainment and. more than 100  , members and friends ready and eager to  enjoy them.  An unexpected visitor was the Hon.  Isabel Dawson who was passing through  Secheit and stopped to greet the members  for a few moments.  Canon Alan Greene gave the blessing  and the ~-W.-A-.-~to St. Hilda's Church, with  Mrs. Stan Bryant as convener, served a  delicious turkey dinner, despite frustrating  problems with electric fuses.  Entertainment started with an original  Christmas pantomime "Hearts and Flowers" presented by the Redwell Ladies'  Guild. Janet Allen played a convincing part  as King 'Michael of IriUia who wanted to  marry his daughter to. a rich suitor, Lord  Rich of Clear Castle (Olive Clear). The  lovely and glamorous Princess Opal (Vie  Lynds) had given her heart to the poor  Squire (Mary Tinkley), but all ended  happily, much to the delight of the Queen  (Blanche McCrady). Supporting cast were  Vylo Wilkinson as the bearded Lord Chan-  On  &���*-  $1  i4%%f,J^M���!*aGAr*  **f*l *>��^i*i��wM��|ft^v**[**-,��*��*t'Wll  I   '  (a[ftSM^H^W(��S^*��l��J��fs'll��'fe��Blf*yBllM*  4WmA%ML#  Gi\^%urself/,a|,UCKy BREAK  ior tr*$ home Mlvtry nnd hottlt ttfurn, phon��:  This advertisement Is not published or displayed by tho Liquor Control  Board or by tho Government of British Columbia.  cellor and Madge Hansen who did a most  competent interpretation of the Messenger,  at very short notice. The audience joined ���  in the singing which was led by Mrs.  Thelma Prittie and Mrs. Dorothy Stock-,  well. Piano accompaniment was by Mrs.  Edna Calbick.  Mr. C. Brookmah recited1 "The Face off'  the Bar-room Floor" with his usual fine  diction and expressive voice. Mrs. Dorothy  Stockwell and her Sunshine Singers gave  a (program of Christmas songs including  "I'm dreaming of. a white Christmas,"  "Oh! Night...-Diviner.'.. '.'The Holy City'V and  "I wish you a merry Christmas."  Continuing the Christmas motif, there  was a reading by Mrs. C. Critcheil, Mrs.  L. V. Yates, Canon Alan Greene and M.  W. Bracewell of a European play of about  1870 entitled "Thirty Pieces of Silver."  Mrs. Citchell directed the , performance  which depicted the tormented spirit of  Judas striving to make amends for his  great sin.. The famous O.A.P.O. Santa  Claus, Mr.^Tommy Marstin, then appeared  on his annual visit distributing goodies,  The ^officers of the Branch are most  grateful to all who helped to make' the  event such a success���to W.A. to St.. Hilda's  Church 'for their fine job of catering; to  Mrs. Win. McGregor, Mrs. M. A. Shaw,  ���Mrs. Don Caldwell and Mr. W. C. Baker  for the decorations; to Mrs. Ben Firth for  her attractive Christmas candles; to the  Secheit and Wilson Creek Girl Guides who  made the bonbons for the tables and to all  who gave donations in money or kind and  to those who gave generously of their time  and talent in organizing the entertainment.  Thanks too to the B.C. Hydro staff who  supplied and set up the, Christmas. tree.  Order DeMolay project  supply Christmas trees  ANYONE looking for a nice bushy Christmas tree, just contact ono of Mount  Elphinstone Chapter, Order DeMolay  boys, who will deliver one to the, door.  Telephne number to call in Secholt is 885*  2030 and in Gibsons, 886*9658,  Also as a Christmas' fund raising project, tho boys aro selling tickets for a fine  hamper or n candy house, both will bo on  display In various stores prior to the draw  which takes place December 23rd.  Gibsons howling  JOAN Whieldon topped the ladies with a  triple of 779 and a single of 335. Lorne  Gregory fcr the men with 769 and Garry  Boyce, a single of 335.  Ladies Coffee: Irene Rottluff 677 (240),  Violet Pennier 511, Marg Peterson 599, Lorraine Werning 645 (262), Therese Jenkins  571, Alice Day 655 (286), Darlene Maxfield  557, Hazel Wright 639 (242), Iva Peterson  620, Phyllis Hoops 526, Dina Wilson 537,'_  Ann Johnson 610 (242), Doreen Crosby 540,  Paulette Smith 537, Irene Jewett 528, Marion Lee 588.  Gibsons A: Joan Whieldon 779 (335),  Len Ellis 621 (255), Carol McGivern (258),  Orville Shogan 606, Freeman Reynolds 683.  (295), Al Edtnonds 602, Frank Nevens 736  (317), Red Day 259, Inger Hansen 612  (258), Pat Herman 637 (283), Ken Herman  605, Barbara Bates 247.  Teachers Hi: Red Day 669 (269), Donna  Jay 616 (262); Larry Farr 612 (261); Freeman Reynolds 640, Gary DeMarco 247, Garry Boyce 746 (335), Grethe Taylor 665 (281),  Al Williams 253, Jack Lowden 250, Nancy  Phillips 616 (310).  Commercials: Jack Clement 606, Pearl  Feeney 608, Murray Crosby 651 (243), Phyllis Hylton 607, Doreen Crosby 613, Bill Ayres 288, Joan Quarry 634 (301), Lorne Gregory 769 (284, 258), Evelyn Shadwell 699  (292), George Elander 622 (268), Frank Nevens 703 (247).  Port Mellon: Dot Skerry 258, Don MacKay 658 (264), Fay Cooper 609 (245), Gene  Turenne 631,  Glyn Davies 265.  Juniors: Danny Weinhandl 311 (201),  Franklin Roberts 339 (201), Jim Green 328  (178), Martin Kiewitz 373 (190, 183), Colleen Husby 282.  Bantams: Erik Hansen 214, Randi Hansen 219, Randy Whieldon 338 (181), Bruce  Green 240, Cindy Whieldon 268 (163), Millie Armstrong 232.  I cannot act as If all men, woro unfaith-*  ful, because somo aro so, 1 would rather  bo the victim of occasional Infidelities than  relinquish my general��� confidence' in the  honesty of 'men.   '  GIBSONS HOSPITAL  AUXILIARY  ���t^fflrt^lt^BWsaw^iuiMi*".  Qln~BQ]lr  FOR THAT LAST  MINUTE GIFT  Aprons  n  Ribbons  Corsages -  Baby Clothmg  Contqct Mrs. J. Wyngaert  886-.9340  FIRST CORRECT ANSWER DRAWN  Saturday, December 16fh  W!NS AN ELECTRIC TRAIN VALUED AT $40.00  IN OUR  WHAT AM I CONTEST  ���EACH WEEK A CLUE WILL BE GIVEN TO WHAT AM I.  ���WHAT AM I; WILL BE DISPLAYED IN THE STORE.  ���WHAT AM I, WILL CHANGE PLACES OFTEN.  Enter as often as you like. But only on these forms found In the  Peninsula Times or Coast News.  DRAW WILL BE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th at 5:00 p.m.  THIS WEEK'S GLUE:  PINK IS FOR GIRLS BUT MY COLOR IS BLUE  MY NAME COULD VERY WELL BE FIDO  YOU MIGHT SAY���I HAVE FOURS  YOU CAN TELL I AM SOFT BY MY NAME  BUT EVEN IF IT TURNS REAL COLD  MY NOSE WONT TURN RED.  ���JUST CLIP AND DROP IN OUR DRAW BOX���  rmmwmmmmmmwm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*m*mimm*wmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm*mm*mm**mmmmmm*mmi^  | CAMPBELL'S VARIETY LTD.  !  ��� NAME  ,. :_���-���   X  | ADDRESS . ���: ,   i  PHONE _  No. one can be perfectly free till all  are free; no one can be perfectly moral  till all are moral; no one can be perfectly  happy till all are happy.  WHAT AMI? ._..  ���.-   PENINSULA TIMES  i  \immmmmmmstmmmm  Draw for first correct answer takes place Saturday,  December 16-5 p.m. at Campbell's  wm*mmmmmM*mm**mm**mm*mmmmmMmmmmmmm*i*mmmm**m**mm**m**mmm*mm*mmm^4  From  Tasella Shoppe  We wish to thank all our Friends,  Neighbours and Business Associates  tor their good wishes on tlpe    .  Opening of Our New Sfore.  DOOR PRIZES -' 1st F. Birkin -*��� 2nd Norma Branca - i  I 3rd Gladys E. Kean~4thMrs* A. D. Brown - 5th Jay Gledson"|  6th Mrs.  E. Rayner - 7th Olive Clear.  uuuuuum����A��MUmiui�� miwmimw>������ **0*��p��i400.  ���l��*HI��AIHI��l��WI*ff^fl*^*-*^^** ****** ************ ***"* MAAAJIJKUMIJfMM*1  -rf^to*^-��B��B*W#3WJ��4*SSl*W  NEW STORE HOURS  MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9:00 A.M-* TO 6:00 P.M,  FRIDAY TO 9:00 P.M.  &  I  I  f$  $��� / ,'?. lt *{yr.ia *���*������������ f-*.  The PeriJrtsOTd TiWei  ?< >>���<������  Wednesday, Ddccmber 13, 1967  Ptftfft 7lV7~t?w,*"**''",WT"  ��__  riWtaMM  v  -,i-.-  ,���4-  .*��,?*��-     . ���'-.nb, ^ ^ w^.     ^2*_i J* .**-"iJ ^2* jL.V�� ^*  As- ��*"'   r^ti '  *r** T*  _! *        ~inr      /(H*f��  JU, i^-*-       ^ ��. t  *i  Roberts GreeJc, l7a,s:  Servifig her fifth year as President   Friday.��� Seated, ffom.teft, l&��.J&gi "Meade^MrsJ Joy. BengQUgh;  Mrs.   urjne airBBIII   r        W1U1 su  I of Roberts Creek Branch 219, Royal   Ci-awioTtf, 1st - vice president; ^rg.'  Olive Btomgr&r. and Mr^.'Dorothy   should conduit their physician  Canadian Legion, Mrs, Millie Thyer   ThyerVMrs. Bessi^Clark^secr-etarywN D&vidsbVe*e&utiv�� officers,  and her officers were installed last   treasurer     Standing:    Mrs.    Rutfi^-  * *���  i Hi-fn-ilf-iitiiiWi-t. ���L-_il-t-*H*lrit**n>>i * m0*>^.i��*4{i,Mii1.mH\mAimi*l-<t*4iiiiiii*timUm  t Canadian Medical Assoc.  i ' y  THE, PgftSOtf >ho has to get tip d&'rlftj ,  the night to pass urine may bk ^suffering  from one of two conditions, iiyi ike bah*  adian Mfedifial Association.  If he is^ p&Uing Utghi qtia'ntitfes of  uriAe than normal fixiting the 6ight. and in  tffe daytime too/ the doctor VirlCL look fdr  such diseases as dtetfetCs1 and i chronic Kidney disease. More commonly,' ^however,  the individual who Bas' to get u�� during ffe'e  night simply ,has to pass tirirfe more fre*  queotly, and the" total Quantity is no greater:  than normal,  In older,men,4<this condition, is usually  due to enlargement of the prostrate gland,  which is located at the lower end of the  bladder. In males this glafid normally  enlarges with age, and sometimes reaches  a size large, enough, to interfere .with the  ability of the bladder to bold large quan-    ti..��.��..M����..��..--��*�������������������� w  titles of urine.   It may also-interfere with    _i  * - -A->.,.*'..-..:?.��.;.,������<������,. ;*.*��� - ._-   the valve mechanism, at the lower end of  ONES  HOPPING  X �����!*���  AT  GIBSONS HARDWARE (1%6) IE  A MARSHALL WELLS STORE  . ���* *���  PtiOfi4886-2442  the bladder, causing th6 *5a*tieAt ,to experience difficulty in starring or Stopping the  urine stream.  People with such symptoms  l*L4(i,i-*��**f^*.'**v  r       �� i *  \  -^^SrW'ES Annual Yule pariy^drvlocal ladies group-  219, Geoff Thatcher and his officers S.C.B.-S: P.W.'s   CLUB   annual *��� Cbristma$y * <who Recently arrived, with her family? on    _  Were installed last Friday by Deputy Party was held at Ole's Cove.Resort bo Aljtfr' Sunshine Coast  from   Ireland. ;-Mrs.   ,g  Zone Commander  Ted Surtees  Seat- Tuesday, December 5th. There was a good-" "'Helen Bathgate, the President, had gone to    g  ���3d from left: Cliff Wells, treasurer; ^���ut d^fJS 2*'ftat ^tfSff**    I &���x d*al ** trofllt0 TO? party  Tct   irina   nraclAont    ruff   Room---*. hat* to stay h��me to cope witlf flood dam- ' games and prizes and after a brief business  '      y/VA ^eM��eSt' * u       �� ^���   ' a��e caused by the storm tiie previous night,     session much fun was had by the members  president, Geoff Thatcher;  2nd Vice Winnings. <djce again served a re-    changing gifts and playing games.." A  president,Will Dorey, Standing: Ted ,mJ^T,^ it w^ re.  - ....*��.. ported the UNICEF Christmas cards, are;  Arts Council gallery  features If uie display  ARTS Council Gfallery, Wharf Street, Secheit has arranged- a special Christmas  display to illustrate the message of goodwill to all men A collection of portraits  representing the many faces of mankind  will be shown as well as treasures from  many countries which have been loaned to  enhance the international, one-world  theme, . ��� >��� -       _ y  Not all the portraits are the work of Icf  cal artists, although we hav�� discovered  more interest in portraiture- than has bceh  evident by the Gallery displays during the  past seven months. Some of .the pictures  , will  tie c��f IMH iriM 0$aig coOiciiMs.  -The Gallery will be open at the usual times  ���:.:Wednesday through Sjturdayiamtil-Ghrrst-''  i ?inas,* but will berclpsed during the holidays  and re-open on January 17 vHth a one man  showing of paintings by Mr. Fred Carney.  A second prize has been added to the  .  December ^ddra^  some  desk  pen. mounted  oh  ted  Jasper  made-and donated by Mrs. F. Fitchie and  ���J    a second prize of a small child's hand kmt  :|[eavy pulloyer. A 2$c donation,to the rent  fund entitles; ydu to a' ticket On this draw.  ifS"^K ���Dsr%i*.ss*at set** zvrszzz:.  CiarfcA" y pleased to welcome g^st Mrs.; "^er^aj  Ted  Surtees;   Jim  Thyer -m'&^.ltlSg^^ %^i*  Here To Serve You  i||^^��.-^eT&felt^and.V''m,ore ::can' 1  "*���- :-,X"A^ - ��������� VVaii&uver. ,,.,7 ..    V...,.;..  FOR A MTHriif wifti  YOUNG CHILDREN ,: .  .��� ������>>���:  .    When you are,gone will  your children have a part-  part time mother?  fioVe'Hopkin ���,:..A.'7::r  Resident Underw/iter' 7  ZURICH ClF| OF CANADA  servirS^ tKe Sanshind Cpast  phone 886-2881/ Box 560 Gibsons  iatdii Se^iig,Clsiitk-is in   f*  be; obtained froirfi;*'  .'  ���, A-       ������ .    ��� 9-liE*  WTSfc'1, ClUftTs   rafflfe   ioi 7'i'7 -&is'tjmas  Ha^pei1 ^ill be drlwn on December*i9th  at Wigard's Sewing Centre.   The'hamper '||  Will be on display; in Secheit-nntil; then.       *��g  "; ..Mrs. Jo Behjafj^ld reported the Future ����  Secretaries Club at Pender Harbour. Sec-    ��  dijdary SchoW is planning a trip to Van-; ��  louver to tour a'coiipl6"of ia^gev business'   s  establishments there  and  will soon  have  a tour of the local Bank of Montreal. ,y    i  With ���hrhtmm m with every  other occasionr<If h  ������    _.. ���      --.-.J--**-      ���       - ..   .-���'        ���,*������ ���"..*��?���*:''  .'_���   ������; *''���'* >   >       -. ���  -.       ���*��� "" '  of dhfimfsow <> o��  ���p>*  .vtStJ  The one sensible thing to do with a  disappointment is to put it. out of;;-your  mind an,d; thihk of, som'ethin'g cheerful*  ��ns��};r UNION OFFICR  CREDIT UNION BLDG. - SECHELT, B.C.  Saturday . ...10 a.m.-to 4-p.nrti.  Tue. to Fri. ���.10 a.m, to 5 p.ih.  ,',  * .�� i..j  *      ��� . ��� -.   ����� .r. \ A  Well nafurally.  And a very fine selection of  ready made and mode to measure  '   '       ' . <*��� ... * 1 >  suits designed for all.  f ���       -������'���    ������'���-    ���������       .   'c      '   ���..   _   *.    -        1  'js''; get into the Ghristmas spirit...'sg:  ^F  I ',,ft*��-*WKKW.^*Wftto������^toi��lMM'^^  'I <IK \  ji   Ummhn ih i)   iHMMkiisi I -i �� 1 *]J  ...  . .���        ��TT ,, ' U,       11      m��i 1  aVu1'."     if        p       I'M, 1   '���������    ' ' i"'1 '  An 1 '        I     1 i ii   <i*  (i   . ,1 ,   i       il      1    ji>       ,* >      1 ���  HW.*I��M "II!       |( |l       l,M ),  '    '    ' .1   III"1    -1 7 '    "  ,1  , 1   . y '*. '  WrWOtdVMmMm  for the holidays.  '��iW^,��^**i*lW*(W'4^M����^W^WJ^WS'i��**>iifl  1 N >  For tHose \tifa�� rt8���jiiir6  sotrffethiAg a l^ttltf diUperehf  we have a limited Supply of  noirel gift/.hkiM^  Drop in and #i6f@f  well dresied man's friend.  *tkW(M^a4MteSW^��te��i*H*Pa'wte*W5iWW^^^^ Hi *B*B^*t8*Mf^'te-��R��^AW*:t*  f  O'Kltf iOlO VUHNM-RHWINOCOMrAnY (O.C.) kTM  THH (*(tvirll��*imint l�� not ptihl|��h��(t or riliplnytxi by tht Mquor Control Bosrrfirliyltli OovimmmtoT firltUtl Oolumt>T��  an-edpoaise!---  "IfclVlliTW���>**  .I.**.,,  i,  (THE PROGRESSIVE MAN'S OUmfff*';  Cowrie Stroot, SociioW, B.-��.  ^S^^S^S-.T^-^.^M.IMII|I..I ^^iM.M-.**.*...^".*.^.*���**^^  PSon6 805,9330  ���. .Ii*j,<������4'.'i��yi��aa:J��igai  ntae  -���''..^Jitnw:  1  ���  I t  *  I �����..*-*���*. 1--*J  -A .  t ��� ..^.,| f * 1 ft ��f 1 |*| .����������: #-*|:*.*>-#;'f .fli  h  ��  *   t   I   ��  *   1   �� fl   t   *':<    TOHtOTrtlEJ) �� OIFT ITEMS - SWEATERS - BLOUSES - SHIRTS ETC. ETC.  Feel ��ree to browse around - We have a fabulous selection of fine toys available*  >.W|>'  ����L~^'- 1 1 *������**. J* .   ' -  I ���'���  '��� I .1. -���*"����� ���* t .i**. '- -  M^'Kfv*:^:* t'l.'-l *������--#--*-������*. ��..*'-���# ;*r*i*!*?*;#������'*'r*"'?'^-'-*  L.f.     j-'jl-.      l!.���t  -tH-i^U  O ^ ��Mtf UBS �� V *JTt - vi-^ck    1  rrr  ' 'i. '.  ST  !..     �� ���.       ,.   ���.i:::..;;:,.::j;a.;..���,   i,uaWi'/)'  j. t-Bra'*; ��*�����*. ��H"  im *-u wsvfwiiw-wr*1!***! I J ��       '       "S-x  ^..jyyjy jy.-fes^vw-:  I W       >       .   t.t  '"Vt -  V - *' * ��*< *�� **' **- " *** J*  f I  I -,   '  *��� ,>?'*-.�� - J ���    i-  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  __ * -*n     *  v *���    > 4   V  -.ia-, .    3 i\-X ft  ;y  :._   ��W  i >llf ii ii -1   "  ���by Mary Tinkley  ������* >, ���  JOSBPH-Sallis-who-died-following-surgery���to the-Sechelt-Peninsula-where-they-bought  shown on December .5tii ^as ^n*?, ��*; the  best so far in the series, the next program will be shown at the Welcome Beach  Hall on January 9th.  in St. Paul's Hospital on December 6th  was born in Cheshire, England,, on March  9th, 1896. While he was still a boy, his  father died and his mother emigrated to  Canada -with her 11 surviving children.  They settled in Calgary for a time and  later Mrs. Sallis ran a post office in Dalroy,  east of Calgary.  At the age of 19, Joe joiped a cavalry  25 acres -of land on the west side of  Nor'West Bay. Here they subdivided and  developed the Eureka property. Joe, who  ,has taken a keen interest in everything  affecting the community, was a member-of  the >Redrooffs, Road Centennial Committee. -  His, last words to the writer before his  departure for hospital were of his interest  and  enthusiasm  for, the  Senior  Citizens'  regiment and served overseas during the , Housing scheme now planned for Secheit.  war years*-  With the end of the war, he  Happenings Around Elphie  NEXT Friday the Christmas Dance will  �� be held in our gymnasium. As it is go-  ing to be a junior-senior dance there should  be lots of support to make thisVevent most  successful. A great deal of effort and planning has been put into'this for the benefit  of the students of Elphinstone. The dance  will commence at 9:00 p.m., Wiggy's Sym-*  phony "will supply the entertainment. The  admission prices will be $1.50 with student council card and $2.00 without  The volleyball house games have come  to an end to give way to basketball house  games which are to begin on December 11.  There has been keen competition so far  this year and it is hoped that it will continue into the new year. We should have  the house standings for those interested  next week.  In our school the students seem to be  fighting for more privileges, but some are  taking advantage of those we do have. For  example, having complete freedom to eat  ���by Rob Boyes ond Marilyn Hopkins  at the Drive-in across the street. Everyone has gone to a lot of trouble to have a  place for students to be able to go where  they -won't.'be forced to leave immediately  after their business has been done. Please  don't use the area for a picnic spot, kids.  On Thursday afternoon at 2:30 an assembly was held at* which Ross GibsOn  gave us a talk on his slides of the Arctic,  We found them very interesting and on the  behalf of all the students we would sincerely like to express our thanks to Mr.  Gibson, for taking time to show us these  slides. The small admission taken at the  door will go towards Project 100.  We'd like to wish one of our more popular teachers, Mr. "Pete", a quick recovery after his back operation, which will  keep him away from school for about six  weeks.  The Christmas spirit is becoming evident around Elphie. Soon there will probably be bells galore ringing in the hall-  Special escort  Dressed in red and gold, the Secheit  Residential School Band playing  Jingle Bells, heralded the arrival of  Santa Claus in Secheit on Saturday  and escorted him to his throne where  hundreds of children eagerly awaited  him. Pictured with the jovial man  who thrills so many children the  world over, are Jimmy Johnson and  Joyce Timothy.  ways. .-  During these last few. weeks two representatives have been elected from each  of the six senior divisions. These representatives' will meet with Mr. Potter concerning rules and regulations around our  school.  The editorial and cartoon in last week's  ' paper stirred up a bit of controversy, We  found parts of the editorial quite complimentary to the senior students. In reference to Reader's Right a section entitled  "Closed Shop"? we are sorry that Pender  took offense to it, as ours was only meant  in fun. It's too bad we couldn't have a little bit of fun between the schools. Signed,  "Mr. and Miss Big Moiith".  went to work at Kimberley. He was a  good man and capable workman and was  in time promoted to work on the concentrator and as reagent operator. After leaving Kimberley in 1931 he worked on the  Coulee Dam. In 1935 he married Vera  Palmer.  Coming to the -west coast at the outbreak of the second world war, he applied  for a job in the aluminum plant at Spokane.  He felt that "his experience with flotation  in the Kimberley iplant would be valuable  in the war effort and he was shocked when  his application was turned down because  he was a Canadian citizen. But Joe wasn't  the man to grumble about a situation and  do nothing about it. He wrote to President  Roosevelt reporting the matter and reminding him that Canada and the U.S.A. were  allies in the war effort. The result was a  reply from the War Manpower Commission  in Washington, D.C. enclosing a statement  of policy by President Roosevelt which ensured that Joe got the next job he applied  for in the U.S.A. He worked for the next  two yeaifs in the shipyards at Everett.  Joe Sallis had for a long time been  interested in politics and was a long time  personal friend of Harold Winch. In i943  he came to Canada to. attend a CCF.  meeting at Gabriola Island and this brought  the realization of how homesick he was for  Canada. Consequently, he and Mrs. Sallis.  - bought; a rooming house in Vancouver  which they ran for the next eight years,  moving to North Vancouver in 1961. Meanwhile Joe worked as maintenance carpenter  at the R.C.A.F. station near Burrard  Bridge. In 1959, Mr. and Mrs. Sallis moved -  IN BRIEF  In the area this week for the funeral of  Joseph Sallis - are his brother, *. William  Sallis of Kelowna, his nieces, Mrs. Mary  Brown and Mrs. Robt. McNeil of Surrey,  Mr. McNeil and Mrs. Sallis" sister and  brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fisher  of Everett. ,  Recent visitors at the Frank Lyons home  have been their son Richard Laird with his  wife Jean and Mrs. Lyons' sister, Mrs. W.  E, Blodgett of Winnipeg.  Many summer residents paid visits to  their cottages last weekend tp survey storm  damage. 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