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 7XXS7  <   I  *��   ��� * ��    4.  =r=\f=  axi:  *f * ����� t ����� j* ����  VJ.~*      M  -      -        -.*> f.  I"**  "i  Ignored warnings . .��  }   Sewn driving offences  bring total $240 fines  1    4  l e  Canadian ilicro Data Ud-  21��2 Best 12tb Ave.  Vobssqw 9, b.c.  EIGHT charges, one of which was dis tliiued to drive   "I personally dont think  misccd   against George  Robert  Allan you are fit to drive a motor vehicle," he  Thomas of the Secheit area, jang u_> a added  total of $3_0 in lines or ��n de-fault Si days.      To a request for Ume tQ pay Ms flMfc|  ra 38U Thomas was told that under the circum-  Ml   charges -��� involved  motor   vehicle   stancts all fines were to lie paid forthwith  offences   stiff Incliidfed.. speeding,   driving    othertLlon he would have to go tp jail and,  consecutively  eventually paid and RCMP  Thomas  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jorvis Inlet), including Port Me lion, Hopkins Landing Grantham s Landing Gibsons Roberts Crcck,   I ������!���  ���     '  ����� '        I "  '  Wllscn Creek, Selma Park Secheit, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Modeiro Park, Kleindale Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egipont.  Authorized*�� sooofti ��fas$  mail  by  tho Posr Offico.  Deportment, Ottawa.-  WEDNESDAY, DEC* 2ft  Volume 5, Mo, 3 '  &���$�����  tm-Pir*  *   *3  ��� n�� mum.**��������. ��  J-. *���***���  Pender Hbr. Auxiliary  holds year end meet  -Av  89K&8$S^^ of the WEce P��or to ��*�� st��PPmg and  SfflS:JfflfiSyfiH^ arresting him.  ^te^��td,wrea;/3sin;��SBi,si<At . ...  ^^i^nte^^l^       Two police officers stated they drove  Von   'or some distance behind a vehicle, subse-  "jre-   quently identified as being driven by Phare,  which  proceeded  at  a. slow  speed  and  weaved continually in its own lane   When  Ap^mm^& ��SiK-avtS  ;   missed. ^ttd,da^*te*^^ok^fe*AWii*nH   Finally, on doing so. he held on to the  for support, lie was incoherent  wjth difficulty.  he was taken to police head-  .h^ve'trave^ed/^tf^lssivf Jlpse^-^ossed   quarters ond fell asleep in the police car  m\... over the wbite line.and struck an oncoming   en route   In court he admitted he had been  I %   vehicle, catf&jg'dlgagCoftfSW-C^ fiC       drinking in the Peninsula Hotel from 6pm  I. .:   * ^X-^J&^^.^^jXsAa^   --'-���time but had consumed only four  ,' a * In^riT^M^m^M^M^   to closing tin  **-  diti^ShinK'^ or Six beers  round guilty as charged, Phare was ���  - ������ -vi * *-*  -.    ���*.-^'j^-'<"��-' ? .��� . �����,������   -   told by the Magistrate, "you were already  S^r^^m^^m^^ptpme -as    convicted previously for impaired driving. -  '^'&2ra����_^ As   Then >ou were before me again at which  ���" ^^��^B^^^^��^ii^   time.>oyr wiie took the blame and you  Amid,rirt^iftMiranAA'tftfhttf^  .'��.r__* *.  -l ,.��  .* ^.   j *...  Centennial Project  Residents  and   Redrooffs,  have |been>d^n^i^tSo^w(wBe^  complaints claimed absurd  WS^T,��lMj>Jer^ ^Svtaiiied'. tHaV^urv^\siak$s'Jruirw '  'w^f* ovc-ir-fn^i fj.n mcMm-m ^ l'0����rtairt i^-tWa,'jespect it was decided^to,   planned the ibuilding but .performfed ,volun: * 'Wf��'pur* building inspector and) theWaW ~ have  ����^MwflJXl7^! . table th^matter for the time being.A'A   ^y s0 mapy exfra>s|cs whi^h .has matte ���   Siting the brunt o�� insufficient visits rby    -   ^  -*   .f..v��irector  fwer��? naturally worried,, particularly foty...,  |ng a statement by Chairman Wes Hodgson ' w- -    ., ,      .  Mho had said at jo, meeting that the sewage    POSSWie TlOtS ��� '���  would not be treated but would "come out   > rrn "-"   ��� Jstcar.  "They have simply'come to us for \WI *������'���' *��  ^rpt^tion," heMaddcd,; ���   >     '     ��,   (  5+' Director JPceney retorN "this ha$ been"'tl  Hiscussed extensively with the engineering    v >.*A"'<  tpnswlwnt end also the PCB. We are all  ' >-^yeU^aware of,pollution^problems and'if  pc^e people .wished 'to' know * more abqut  W plans (they, should  have approached , v  told, directors at last regular meeV;^ something  I.**   VtlMl^lV.^     ivttftX-hAffVW.   "f,4.A1'   fllA %W.4TWl        *- \ ij-     *Jt    ,^1  \   ' "A  t ihe health Inspectoi-and manif home owners    '   Discussiotv  '- ',-are ^complaining'of 1he hold-up -With  tank inspection.   I would.- suggest we  ',   operate, as much as possible until'such I  1 a new^ealth inspector i^ appointed, to  arpa,"   He'added -that, the ;b6ard \wll -��    .  'i    doubt get blamed for the regulations but - J^  it*; should be, made clear they ,are being J me  enforced by the health" department.  Asked by director Fred' Feeriey how the'  building inspector is i making' out, Clerk ���  _����>t 1   ^ 0^    _ _��i   H��^.*l JJ..   tt ��.L._. ��  council and twri'-wouldhaVe told.Uiem,"    .   ',BDlTOItui prin^d in Decemher qthissu,  lucid than W Fire MaAb>.: ,Mr. Horvath    there is not too much building taking placd ��� ^ .Vf   , fW4vD    UJ,* ^5Sffi,MSSS SlffiSft^' /��,   1  or his annoyance, he      . 0f the ^cplnsula Tim(j$ - drew caustic''  commented that a verbose policy would not    at this time." However, he pointed1 out, he        ���    '  .'    ���/ ��   .x/. rf " ^  '7* "J* right:lh��ai. WrHWath^oW^d'thatSf      Ml  i1 Apologizing later, for  cumbersome but    is co-operating quite well with the health  be stuck with it.    inspector.    ��� ,,;��'*  correspondence,        Director CliffGilker said hc is against  Th **, *** ++A *w^-r_ "L*. A ^ , O *7't^s' ��lwmned th^at a "parent would be liome   J i (  ~    ;  , ���;,*  -      /    K vt; lti- A parent^o^ri^Egmon^jwaited to^pows        >���  Assured council were aware of the situation    authority   but *, the' editorial  and , cartoon Organization11 requested,  ', nncj that no dangers as suggested aro in-   "interfered far'more and, cpuld-ovon incite be given < to trustees "advjzlng the* school .  voh/ed,   ,,'    " A ' m  -   \-  J1"*     yr  '   ' 6tudenl��('* to ' riot, ' The  rudeness  of'the administr htlon1 when sthoy intend, (making a provide accordingly," he, added  i( Another complaint, this timo regarding' ��editorial had been mentioned to her several visit iio. the principal may ho on hand to     ' The chairman explained that the rogula  i'*���-   --������*-���     *  ������-       * -       -     ft    times and,if the editor, meant constructive amwer qucstlpns and conduct them around tions were, in fact, a panic move ,duo to  purposcv   7 tho building,--.This, could be arranged on a increased pollution,  "I agree we can't uso  '* principal's .npn-tcaching Tday.-1       ���  , our* Inspector. IndcfinUely for nothing,   tt"  I  i ��� i  i  la The *4o Elphinstone lihtaty . .  SnioHlng" rule which stated tho^ smoking ~~~*' * "^ ' ��   by, students is forbidden in school buildings-'  b'usoa, at school functions, on schopl grounds  'and' the , immediate, environs Received, a  4./  delation: < immediate ( envftons   being, re*.  ,(- moved'*b itvlS)not <pa'slble;fdr teachers \6f  i ,    .��,,....i.'��..jv*I  A supcrvisQ other than, school,prpp6rly,;; rt w.  A ruling i whic,h stated that employees  should not uso school fAc{Htios,for1 private  . purposes was changed to allow personnel   NEWLY qlcqted |trustpes for SjechcU Sthool   tho contract f6r fuel oil at a rate of ,1592c  Urriltcd accos-j to facilities under super" ��� District:, Mrs/ Agrips "LO;bont��, Mrs. per gallon, slightly , lower, than current  Avislon 'of tho  person responsible for tho    sheila Kitson ortd .Mr.- Norman Hough nt*    rites.),  equipment, Mrs, Fisher explained * that tho >> tended last wee^s.imcotlng��of the Board, Trustees accepted the lower of two bids  (original' policy, had been, formulated to Retiring'trustees'aro:'Mr^., Celia (Fisher tor carpeting, tho Elphlnalo.no School lib*  (   prevent' criticism of. aWf, uso "of facilities , who did not stand , for, 're-election, , Mrs.    rary,   xho   bid   accepted,  $2,000   plus   ��  provided by taxpayers and also Insurance Poggy Volen and Mr. Joe' Horvath. who further $410 for an extension, is, apcoroW  .could bo'involved, /ftusjco Don .Douglas    woro dofcaW at( tho polls.,        ,,    ' u> Mrs.  Flfthor,  in lino .with what tho  *V^'*r ***l*1"WI J*'8  I i  !  ���  Contonnlfll omblom  Builder ��rf Secholt1  rary, Mr. Normnn _ ,.���.  ���j tho special Contonnlol  ;    rnomontos ntid documents commem  :..*.-         i-    i ��� ���                  ,,!.., . . fittuctlon a,nd stated there never appeared,.,  that concerning .Inauraoco,  op  individual REoiOr4AC COLLROE  i to bo more than ono man working,on. tho    -.,  rSJA Zrrni^BSttnoftfl U(,��-t8 hftVQ ^^ Wml,m\e<y\m atntod'thiit Scch- library.    *  Kihhi^^^ oit^ch^l District had .glv*n approval to B<OARft OBPlcB  Purchasing-under   administration   wnsr the Dronosed uso of oxistinu facllltios in ��9ARD 0FFI>:B  ��bo .^mended ,toS eliminate , unnece,B��ry . S^mZ^^SSS^         ��        A ����ttor from  telephone cnlls.  Range Guardians ���  "-   -" '     ���**" -1 Comlng^froirKfndcwlbyrs^^  West VahcOuVor to?'lomiiorarV^ usoVas a    ��� A ,cwor irom",Mr. Ben Ung reminded   ewan; where helarmed for six years,: unauthorized���persons'"' usinf tH o;  Regional.Oolfogo: kretiry Peter Wilson   ��h�� ?onfr5 thftt,th�� ��casc <_[ ftu^01 ��� Mr. Clarence Park and his faithful grounds., Tho   club   grounds, have  ....... ....*..'_   .....    Hoard oaico oKpirod November aoth, 1067;   companion lmvo taken up resldonce already taken on a newlOok; w^th;  Mt��\l"ZX ITfL^ emuS?'" at"���� Wilson Creek grounds of the Mr. Park's-.coriUEortable;50(foothpusp  |300 per month and yohrly contract, .fi,Sodlolt ,Rod, and Gun Club.   A Ufo trallor   nlcoly �� skied   and- smoke  ^.I^IA^fflf 'III'  I  per ..month., Present  rent  I.i^225  Board approved a "  Chairman Horvath  ,_._     ,   . . Chnlrmah ot tho ,Pollcy Commlttoo, Wm,  j   orntlng  1007.   during   the'oponlng Malcolm sthtcd that a lot of timo hadbcon . tenders  u   ceremony Wold Ou Sunday, spont on the regulations which were more       Shell Oil Company has'been awarded   s^aco for the future,  i'7 i ���  i  ���v  V  a oio year wnowalTSi.��Member of the Cariboo Marksman   curling from tho winter; clean Up  ih advised seeking offlco   giub at Williams Lako, Mr. Park will   bonfires.        . , .,'  Ii����*a �� '     .       ffiinrH   thn   r>luh   hmiKft  nnri, Grounds ,'    .  Htm ''^  guard tho club house and grounds  l��J|f>.-l     A  7\ i  V{  kht  - \ \\  ���������   'If  ,    .. .rf A  *��� ' * * |f, V'l  " "   'l  ^At.A.\A.^IA,AI.I .*    *-* ^IIAAA,   *.��+f�� ImHtlplMlW'iflAllft      '  I' J  iAJf r t t j  t , f i f t   t  I    t    w    t     i m\t��**tt *t  (     4     ���    ���     *    *     **  l.��-.tfc>t     ��.�����.%-**      t    *    I     I     k     I     t  V'l  H' .���--.*  "V '���'*'  V'.{*V��* '*v-V-* ���f'���^f'-^:���:'���'*'''^f^*^'-,;',*,'' ''^':������,,*" .'  p��~ ^  ���*_  *****  v  nan* -.-j v-*.r V'W 1/ EF  ���Iff*?       *. l -,*      X'*   * ��� *   *   ti^st J*i     Ve  83%3 $/ avJ fegjt^ x.  Ti?KjiL..itffi.*.i*i**i'     &r*.rf     -w. \     jr^ij faLii.  if, .fcJf ii.i*��-'M ���.���-....,������ I -.   Happenings Around Elphie  Halfmoon Bay Haprtenitigs  <  ���by Mory Tinkley  ��� '  shown, on Decerabet 5th was one of v the.  best so far in the series. The next program will be shown at the Welcome Beach  Hall on January 9th..  * >#*��  f.^Xfh.'Lyfr^t,  ______  NEXT Friday the Christmas Dance will  be held in our gymnasium. As it is going to be a junior-senior dance there should  be lots of support to make this' event 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 Symphony 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 and 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 v&ry 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 Mouth".  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 ll surviving children.  They settled in Calgary for a time and  later Mrs. Sallis ran a post offico in Dalroy,  east of Calgary.  At the age of 19, Joe joined a cavalry  regiment and served overseas during the-  war vears. With the end of the war, he  went to work at Kimberley. He was a  good man and capable workman and was  in time promoted to work en 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 plant 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 years in the shipyards at Everett.  Joe Sallis had for a long time been  interested in politics and was a long time  personal friend of IJarold Winch. In 1943  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 1951. Meanwhile Joe worked as maintenance carpenter  at the R.C.A.F. station near Burrard  Bridge.  In 1959, Mr. and Mrs. Sallis moved  <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 iii everything*  affecting the community,, was a member (if  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'  Housing scherfie now planned for Secheit.  IN BRIEF  In the area this week for the funeral of  Joseph Salliis- are . his, brother, William  Sallis of Kel&wna, 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 to survey storm  damage. Woodsheds, boathouses, boats and  gardens were all victims of the high tide  and many embankments were washed out  and foundations undermined.  The    program   of   documentary    films  V  so delightful anytime!  9  This advertisement is not published ot displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government  of British Columbia.  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  Secheit 885-2214  Toll Free from Vancouver 685-4922  EACH  Secheit & Gibsons TO Downtown Vancouver  (Boyshore Inn)  ���pw*mW4*4iW4*0V4tww0^w^i��vwm0WW4m0i*m040*wimm0t40*0imm0**0'.  Our popular monthly;  Family Allowance Draw  Now gives you a better chance to  win. We give 3 prizes each month !  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'    f<"         "-����  W1..,. ..j, ��� -i. a ii-j wwHj),^f*fl**^ai^K'^^^^ ��y^r^'aagsa^^ '  ~r-���-  ^ti  I**  ' WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20  *-rt*    *  Volume 5/^3.:  '**    .'  l��C  ^ 1  _��M  tfPv  ���fia  J ,' **"**v  V *��-��** !��*��  -*J#  1% >!? *  tv   _  47  *  ��?*i1  i��l  fl  **>��J  _?f***i  ^T Bff^  ���+ffi  head-  \\  1 ���  have traveled /at Excessive speed, tossed' ^uarters/and^leU 'ataMn, the police car  over the-white'iiiM}. ana struck an^oricoming ��� ewW��te."Jn ��<iorfc|jr admitted lie had been  vehicle-cads%g;damage ot $500.,>f 'A    </.drinldngin*IheJJ"enihsifla��otel1from6pm  ��^1*��S�� S^^^^*^' ^i?641?18 * ^'IW *he Magistrate,, "you were already  SSUSS iiSfSfW1^ ^ f   convicted prey^usly for impaired driving  to drivio��( Mdtl��9ut' ifjmftfee, W; said he ^ time fyour^ife took^e blSme^W^ou  S2L���. ^ffnM^g^LrPW. ^1 ^e2 ww�� before, given Wefitof theloubt  to'J?;'^^^'*1^0*'  TMs time you ^11 40 to OakaUa for 28  * ��" ��� CT1.l *��" "tt* -k'**' ' 'V '      - * d**s rM '$F*llcence ^* ^' Suspended  Magistrate Charts Mittelsteadt told him   for' six mbrrtfas,: Vou have had a number,  he.appeared.to.be^n a vlot of trouble and    of chances^atid if you'come upagaitti you  that despjitft repeated' w^ralnjgs; -had con-    could go to jail for a jear.'*<  */]  pij  f **���*  w>  Pender Hbr^tKsiMary:  holds year en^ieet:  PENDER Harbour AiDtiliary* to; St Mary's1/  ^Hospital held its final .regular, ineeiting'-* ,  of��1967 December % .Mrs* I>. Phap%esid-   -  Wg-     . ! ��    i%'  '   A-^^-M^"   ft'   ,     '  'Afarioirs reports ^ere^Veadr^^^hrHt.  Shop continues toyanakeExcellent'progress-, -  Members of (Pender^ Harbour ApjaHary,^!!'  staff it on January 6. Will anyone who has'1    "  donations  for Thrift Shop Jn this',, area,  please contact Mrs. C'Sfedey <orj Mrs. D.  -Philp and it will-be -picked .ftp.' ,v t * ,-.\'       1  1   Mrs. -B. Warden; Mrs.', T. Scales", and  Mrs.^R. Course were appointed to the Nom-*  ination' Comtaittee. 4      **���-'������ '-^   *'- .  v  " Annual meeting will'^be^beld on January  1241, 196S at 12:30 p.m. It will her a>fiinche(Mi  meeting-'at Ole's *Cove. Associate members"  . and*' those-, who ;wish to b^ofiiev^members  ^e, welcome' ^ attend^;Mrs/W;!' H^ Cottonv'  Tregiotfal representative"for Lower*. Mainland" u  Auxiliaries Division* of BCHA I&befiagin-  vvited to,be presSriC   r   ;    v'y'A,A / "~  'v "A-    - j'*?k -��; - ^i-i   ^   (>. t   ">  Sospitalf^Sh^i;j  " ias contittittea sufiGe^a  1  *'  ftft  , +*~xn  ���y  *m  *��a��^�� ^^5?:"  TT*"  \)  Council not ignorant . . , .   ���!������' '   J"    'Jl   L      mmtiivk      in   ��� f       11 s.  Director deplores critics  complaints claimed absurd  -:J56cltolt]a>rtt^-^VVA:.^. ,.     ..'���*.: X  Isabel Dawson cuts ribbon  R  DISGUST 1hat people-should consider its;  elected "council as incapable of intelli-',  gence was expressed *by Director  Fred  Feeney, also commissioner for the Village'  of Gibsons,'at last meeting of the Regional  Board. r , , ��� "  Caustic comments followed reading of  six almost identical letters from residents'  of the Gower Point area ^protesting .proposed sewage system by council with outfall near Gospel Point/ This, it Avould  appear/ could ��reate dangerous' pollution,  dirty, the beach, make swimming impossible  and prove a detriment to tourism.  "Director Feeney sjated that plans five  years ago"were for an'outfall near the  Bluffs. Since that time a "second look bas  who explained V that survey stakes run  through school property and also Brothers  Park. _ A  Director JEric Prittie expressed the view  that there is no better route than that taken  by the power lines. **I understand there  are some Gibsons merchants who are  screaming they will lose business as a  result of the cut-off,'* be said:  Director Gilker agreed the Hydro line  would be the logical route to take, particularly as thfe property already belongs to  the government.     ^  It was agreed a letter be,forwarded to  the planning branch seeking information  regarding the proposed cut-offt road.  ^HOSPITAL ^Auxiliaries I Thrift " Shop^ in     7  "  -"Secheit, which was, started in*?January,  cJ-iihis jyear.'has continued to be > a success /"  throughout the ,year,"���'Ah. six- auxiliaries* %.,,  -r*3��,Cr*�� *    have ^ faithful volunfeers^tliat keep the shop   ��s  *���$&''**$ ''Cjean^and tidy and/take*���* turns ��assuming  A'  " " ���*. ^'charge of the shop on Saturdays. ' -     '     y '  ^f^/^^S^^^ ;    --All monies raised from the^ sal6 of used ,\^  04   m.     ��� 1 _�����   ���    _,     '      .* articles of clothing and other items that-   -  -     " Centennial Pro|ectr    i       * have been donated. ,Sonie woollen articles  V,  Residents of Seehelt, Halfmoon Bay- .that were - not,saleable -swere' traded *>n5  '  and   Iledrooffe/  gatiiered r for. 'last woollen blankets which are sold% at ���thef-A  Sunday's opening  of the combined, sfiop.this has been a "popular -item\xand *  Centennial Project ��� Sechelt's/ first has fieh>ed ��weii-the funds, ah funds are/  -public library.   Hon. Isabel'Dawson  Auxiliaries would like to extend tiietr  appreciation at this "time to everyone^-who  has helped in'any.way^to make5 the shop  the_success it is, especially those whoVhave  f.i  ���"A  -?  '!     ���*  performed the ribbon cutting- cere-  money rand is pictured congratulating  the committee chairmen.- ��� From left,  Wilson Creek "Guides, Ona Burnett  and Linda Pearson; Secheit Village  Chairman, Wm. .Swain; Secheit Cen*  ��� ���       1        J"**** * f      *��� *|*iJB>_ A.    t -To*.  has helped swell' the funds. AE funds are.  1 tp 'be used to'purchase furnisbings/'for^ev  1 new addition t6 St Mary's "hospital.  -.    aI  done carpentry work, and helped install  ^  "fittings.   The Thrift Shop will be^cfosfedf'A  * i*        j ��t * -j-'   ���**~j.u~^ir.j -oiA-.r,^ r-r    Sechelt's first library which has been  Sh0 nif't^ f��r J^SSiS^ ' ,built with **����* expansion, in anind, has  Hon. Babel? Dawson officiaUy opened (ihe    been made possiblel',1>y ^ F���derai-Pro-  new pubhc horary.    f, 'S-    -     ^vincial grants reinforced by the efforts i��  -Following the traditional jib-bob eutfang ;jhard working committees, clubs and.in-  ceremony, Mrs. Dawson presented tiie three-, dividuals who contributed both "financially    -      **_-����. - ' ��__ ��   + j^; 1 m^.*       -��.. #    ,   - - -. 1 - - -  ��      m~* ��\ *.  *-��jl*.b*!!�� jsir^^:*- v**..**- '** ��?-���? ����� -S;^~T^te^SivR^erendum-Bale,ui��;  tennial Chairman, Mrs. ^da Dawep , oyer, 'the. holidays, ,-Dec/'2^*30 anji wili  R��1rnhffs CphtPTmial Chairman' Can-    Te-open on January,6.X     u **���  " Redrooffs Centennial Chairman, Can*  ^on��-Alan Greene; Hon. Isabel Daw-  A '  'a      '  X>,  committees with a piece'of the white satin^jbanking them all^,,paidi special tribute-to  ribboii.                    '                         ^ ",  T, the Girl.Guides, the youngest group who  Bringing the goodV, wishes 'of -the Prime^ ^contributed to tbe maximum of their ability.  Minister of British Columbia,' Hon. W. A.?"*��� '���'���   Guides, Judy Newton and Eleanor  Swan.* ���    r\   /"  &'  C Bennett and Chairman of tbe T��rovinciaKb p' -^���ijU" s^i-l**.  Centennial ^Committee,* -Mr. Wallace,' Mrs. ^ *��* SepUQ IQngS .>  Dawson congratulated the people of Red-A  xooffs, Halfmoon Bay and Secheit on their.'*  very fitting Centennial Project   '--A   1 r > Vs  ;rius however is not to be an buttall of raw  sewage atfr suggested -by tbe complainants  for this would naturally not be permitted  by the PCB. Rather, a pump'station treatment and chlorinator plant would result in  a harmless, clean outfall which would be  taken out wilh the water flow. ����It is ridiculous to ^suggest otherwise for, the PCB  would never permit such a thing,1, he said.  \ ,Dlrector West explained the residents  Were naturally worried, particularly following a statement by Chairman Wes Hodgson  |tyho had said at a meeting that the sewage  would not bo treated but would come out  Hear. "They have simply come lo us for  protection," hc added.  . - Director Feeney retorted "this has been  discussed extensively with the engineering  Consultant and also the PCB. We are all  well aware of pollution, problems and if  these people wished to know more about  our plans they should have approached  council and wc would have teld them."  J Apologizing later for his Annoyance, he  $aid, "it is strango that as soon as village  sets out to Improve thlng$, someone im-  *due discussion revealed .the fact that the  Board budget has now been set up for such  donations which would naturally include  the other two Chambers and possibly other  organizations. Clerk Charles Gooding pointed out that Chambers come' in the same  category as service clubs, Salvation Army,  etc.  As* position cf the Board is somewhat  uncertain in this respect it was decided to  tabic the matter for the time being.  expressed' Satisfaction It ^haying joined  with Secheit to build a worthwhile project.  Chairman of Secheit Committee, Mrs. Ada  Dawe thanked'the many people" who belped  make the library possible, especially Mrs.  Christine Johnston who,was Chairman of  the Village of Secheit When the project was  first suggested. Also Mr. Norman Franklin, the ibuilding. contractor" who not only  planned the building but performed voluntarily so many extra tasks which bas made  Health Umt seeks help  enforce new regulation  without licidna's ;yesr  ���:V ,.   JMSCUSSINtf the '.possibmty  of, a ; itfe^.  1    '   endum in," 19S8'~for' school.-constructioji, V  - Chairman Joe Horyath commented, a^last/  * week's ^Bdard meetings that* alLythe refer-?  enda^nr the-worldv eah be Japproved but' ^  RECENTLY instituted regulations reg,ard-  , ing septic tanks, by the Coast Garibaldi  Department of Health is causing problems  for builders who have to await inspections  by the'^ealth Unit inspector. " '    "  Chairman of the Regional Board, Norm  Watson,' told directors at last regular meet-  seems we will get a new health inspector  in April which means any, cost for: tbe  service of rours would amount to ho more  than $50,V he said,.  Director Gilker argued "that the board  has no right to' spend taxpayers money on  something beyond the .board's scope. - "We  Possible riots  ing "our building inspector and the board    have to watch the pennies too," he'stated.  is'*bearing the brunt ofi insufficient visits by t..        .  ' ,      .    .  ,     i^   v '  ���  . 1 *  Discussion terminated with support being given a motion by Director Frank West  that the Building Inspector assist the Health  die health inspector and many home owners  are'complaining of the hold-up with septic  tank inspection.   I would suggest we cb  operate as much as possible until such time    ?mt but costs .will be noted and Mis will - problems' '  a new health insneotnr is -inoointed to the     bc submitted to the Department \of Health     ^m��� ,*  , , /W5fi&ut\fe��iK^^^ ,  '" eral -pdpulition- 'increase/ fty> WIXJ JEtpbii^,'  stonie will not-be able-;to;accommodate *the\  present student popul^ti^ri/and* Sfrithwcoih^ 4  plete integration   of-Indian,, students, at<  Secheit,   eight more*" -classrooms' thrill {Khe"','  required.  This will be, one of'the, problems   ,  facing trustees next year;.'        A       -V--. '  Mr.  Wilson* informed' the  Board < that  Victoria had managed* to sell $100,000 worthy  of. Referendum No. -8v bonds* at 6.875 per-   <  cent; the District is being charged 6.9? per-*' ���'  cent.   Permission has- also been .given, 'for  the Board to prepare  working plans' for  Gibsons Elementary School., * v   '  X  I:  i*  7i  ;  ^  At  EDITORIAL printed in December 6th issue  * of the Peninsula Times  drew enustje  comment from Trustee Celia Fisher at last  Week's meeting of the School Board.  lucid than the Fire Marshal's. Mr. Horvath  commented that a verbose policy would not  be read; it seemed to be cumbersome but  he is not the' one who will bc stuck with it.  mediately flics up in the air.   Don't they        Mrs> Ffshcrwho Is retiring from office,        'During the reading of correspondence,        Director Cliff'(  -���'VfbnUt'iWe'aro concerned too?'-' .^askcdijA^tpcJ; .that ;thc\Editorial:.supposed (that,   a^lcUcr *ronA Principal* George Cooper on? frebloadlng-of[ tho  I    It  wajf> iriidvcd   tfie   -complainants   be''**-'������*���*---   --������-���-   ���<-���.���'-���^     -'*���-   ���---��--���    -������.-��.*.���--��.L_. ��...._... ......,.._..._     ..^i.   . ...  Assured council wcro aware of Uio situation  and that no dangers as suggested are involved.    , a   '  Another complaint, tills time regarding  tho long awaited cut-off road from Lang-  jflalo.' was tafought up iby Director Gilker,  1  If ''  Contonnlnl omblom  Builder,of..{Socholt'B Centennial Lib-  vnry, Mr; Norman vFranklin places  tho ppoclal ' ContonnlaV slob ovqr,  momontos nhd documents commem--  orntlnfi 11)07. durlnfi, tho opening  ceremony hold di\ Sunday.  trustees policy Interfered with teachers  authority but the editorial and cartoon  interfered far more and could even incite  students to riot, Tho rudeness of tho  editorial had been mentioned to her several  times and if tho editor meant constructive  criticism, hc had negated his purpose.  AMENDED POLICY  Much time was occupied 'making thr,co ,  amendments to^ existing policy, Tho *'No  Smoking" rule which stated that smoking  by students is forbidden in school buildings,  buses- At school functions, on school grounds  and the immediate environs received a  deletion,j immediate environs being removed as lt la not feasibleifor teachers to,  fiupcrvlso othoi" ihnn sqhool proporty,, , ���,,  A'ruling w��leh slated that employees  should not ukc kcIiooI fncilltios for private  purposes wi\�� changed to allow personnel  limited access to fncilltios under supervision of tlio person responsible for tho  equipment, Mrs. Fisher explained thnt tho  original policy had been,, formulated to  prevent criticism of staff use of facilities  provided by taxpayers nnd also inaurnnco  could bo involved, TruRJce Don Douglas  obHcryed that the poljcy limited teachers'  nellvltloH In schools nnd meant that teach*  or,*i could not return to school for nny  'personal j'onaoh at "nil; ho foil* thnt tho  'policy ' needed broadening. Mph. Peggy  Vplen ^commented that adults pay. night  school! foes for,, \m, of cfiulpmopt nnd If,  exiling, policy In 'to bo changed anyone  m!i{M tyJMlLu^^^  'Majorityi of.lruatocH approved omondod.,  policy ,nnd secretary,i'elor Wilson observed  that concerning ilnmirnnco'   an ������individual  would not, ho covered, oven students havo  to tnko oht porfl'onnl influr'anco,1 ,  Pui'chhslng^'undcr-rndmlnl.itrntlon" wnfr  also ,4.a'mcnded,,,to ^eliminate .unnecessary  tolophOno onlls, ��� ���  , A very b^ilky-policy regarding firo  regulations pronipted Chairman. Joo Ilor*  vath to enquliH) why'couliln't ro|[oronco just  ho 'itlndO'to the Firo iMrirshnPfl rogulnllonH,  Chnlnnnh of the .Policy Commltto'o, Win.  Malcolm ntMcd that n lot of time had been  spent on lho regulations which woro moro  behalf of tho School District Administrators  Organization! requested that consideration  bo given to trustees advizing the < school  administration "when they Intend making a  visit so the principal may be on hand to  answer questions and conduct them around  the building., This could be arranged on a  principal's non-teaching day,  a new health inspector is appointed to the  area." He added that the board will no  doubt get blamed for the regulations but  it should be made clear they are being  enforced by the health department.  Asked by director Fred Feeney how the  building inspector is making out, Clerk  Charles, Gooding, replied "very well but  there is not too much building taking place  at this time," However, he pointed out, he  is co-operating1 quite well with the health  inspector. ���  Gilker said he is against  Board Inspector. "Vic*  torla arranged these now regulations and  I feel it is up to them. They should' have  made adequate financial arrangements to  provide accordingly," he added,  The cJialrman explained thnt the regulations were, 1n< fact, a panic move due to  Increased pollution. "1 agree we can't uso  our' inspector Indefinitely for nothing,   It  in April, at cost, at which time they might  be paid when funds become available in  the budget.   . ��� *>  No Times on  _ i j  December 27  i  THERE  will be no  Issue  of  The Times  December  27fo due  to  the  Christmas'  Holiday period.   Next regular issue will bo  Wednesday, January 3, 1968. '���  Letter from a parent complaining >(that ',  her sick child had not been sent home left  trustees wondering what to do if the parent  cannot be contacted.  It was recommended  that alternate telephone numbers'be given i  if  a  parent is, not likely  to.be  home,.  Trustee, Peggy .Volen asked what happens'  when,three o'clock comes around and,does,  tHe Board's responsibility > to the child end  -  right then.   Mr. Hprvath observed that lt  ' > is assumed that a parent would bc home  at that time,, f ���  A parent from Egmont wanted to know  why small girls could not wear slacks*to  school particularly when they travelled by  boat, Trustee Celia Fisher observed that  they could wear them and change when  they arrived at school. > '"���  Elphinstone library , . .  NEWLY olocted ,trustpcs for ��|ccholt School  District: ,Mrs. Agnes Labonte, Mra,  Rhelln Kitson and Mr, Normnri Hough attended last week's mooting of the Bonrd,  Hotlrlng trustees 'arc; Mrp. Cclln FlMier  who did not < stand for ro-clectlon, Mrs.  Poggy Volen and Mr. Joe Horvath who  were dofented at tho polls.  Chnlrmnn of the Education Committee,  Mrs, Flshor staled that continuation of tho  monthly education, mooting,*) would depend  on hto now Board. The existing ftoard hnd  adopted,, mi\ny of tho,-.,, rcoammcndntlonH  arising from the Coimmunlty Conference of  'Novqmbor ? 'lOOO; , inbludlrtg integration of  Indlnn students, text book changes, cducn  thq contrnct for fuel oil at a rate of ,1592c  per gallon, slightly lower than current  rntcfl,  Trustees accepted tho lower of two bids  for cnrpotlng tho Elphinstono School lib*  rary. Tho bid accepted, $2,000 plus a  further $410 for nn extension, is, according  to Mrs. Fisher, in lino wll-h what the  Dopnrtmont of Education npprovod for"  linoleum floor covering,  Mr. W. S, Potter, Principal of Elphln-  fttonu expressed concern ovor tho dolny  In tho library's cotnplotlon nnd asked tho  Bonrd to endeavour to expedite building.  Uo also undoratnnds, from-,tho. architect that  stacks are not, Included In, the contract.  tionnlnneotingsr^  -h ,.  il*Ml  '  i i > i r M  .f���;  i   t  *  i*   *   i-  ��   t  rondlng, teachers nnd a .spbclnt counsellor,  ,'R'BfilbWAC';'COCLHdB',|7'r':',;:';-\,'v'','   Trustee Win; Mnlcolm stated' thnt Scchclt . Sch^oU;D!8trict,..had��ftlven�� ftpprovaUto^  tho proposed use . of existing, facllltloH In  Wool VnhqOftvor 7&[���'''^^^^*'^'^'^  Regional, Collogo; Secretary, Peter Wilson'  stated that uso of tomporhry qunrtors would  expedite* tho plebiscite; It is understood tho  Iteglonnl College would.opor.AtQ from' 4 p.m,  to io p.m. , i  TENDERS '.,..���  Shell Oil Compnny has boon awarded  ���v  *-*��-������,  pressed concern ovor slow rate of . construction arid stntcd there never appeared  to b�� more than ono mnn working, on. tho  library,- ,������ ������������ '-':-'-' ������������ ! ;l -7- <:-    ,'���''  n  ���Wr0:^^^^flM^^7t**rt<I!��iW,'-f'JH  ^fWl^W^,ftS()it��MfI(|��,-w  l     ��  BOARD "OFFICE  *-^A*-leUcrAfrQmmMrrnen"'L^n{.''"remtnded  the Board that the lense of ,jho School  Bonrd offlco expired Novonibor 30th, 1W17;  rental on a unonth to month basis would  he $300 >por month and yohrly contract  Range Guardians  'Coming fvom^KmUovsley, SasU^ h��s'*tH6^outh^rl^fb*!cfiai^  owan, whovo ho lormed for six yoars, unauthorized -persons "'"usjlngv"* th o  Mr. Clarence Park and his faithful grounds,   The   club   grounds   havo  companion havo ..taken up residency already taken, on a now look with,  at tho Wilson Crook, grounds of tho Mr, Park's comfortable 50 foot houso  0-"1-li ��a,i, ����ci n..v, m..K    a i ifn tiailoV   nicoly   settled   and   smoke  curling from the  winter, clean, up  "��4~"i  .,.������ por .month. Present rent m " ^^^ Rod-mtft Gm Club, \A'JW*  Bonrd approved a ono yenr renewal apd ,��� Member of the Cariboo Marksman  Chnlrman llorvnth advhed seelting' office Club at Williams Lake, Mr. Park will  Hitaco for tho future,      ��� guard tlio club houso and grounds  bonfires.  ,; '  *   ������ -   ;���"���,   |:  ���*+*f4i -r ^     V    *     *���     V^-k-    ~     W   ..     W* >  " U.  ' ',**���* A    i  - <Afc ,1  If      ������������  >.-JSS-V^   ;Th��* Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 20; 1967  l-.'P1'!* >'Tl"*l^ '1 U* HI I*!**. *     I    '* I      I.IP       1,1,1    ���   l| ��� ������ *.,    II        .  ?���   .. ... I  REAL.��STAT^Ateon��!iu��!tH _LEGAL (Continued)  ��� v^  ,��� ���i-  FOR SALE (Confri  w    n_ C7* Secheit- Mio^e 885-9-SM  ��  %EPE^NSUIAYiV��e^   Gibson?-Phone 886-25 V5   5  i' -*---  Classified  ^0000000000000000*00*00000000000000000000000*0000000000000000000.  ,1*   Published Wednesdays by the  j    The Peninsula .JFjmes-LTd.'j  Ot Sjecfceit, B.C.  PETS  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  September 30, 196?  Gross Circulation 1999  Paid Circulation 1764  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-bne'Ad-Briefs {15 words)  One Insertion , 50c  rhree   Insertions $1.00  Extra lines (5 words) 10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Bnefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or   Reader advertising 25c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier 50c month  CHRISTMAS baby .budgies, $3  each. Chief's Aviaries, Selma  Park. Phone '885-9491.      ' 1218-4  -a.  KITTEN for Christmas? Free,,  two kittens, 1 white.   Phone  885 9566. 1238-3  a 4CnE$ undeveloped>ir6^t>3  inside    viU$g��  ' boundaries.  $^500. ,Box 381, 'Secheit JB.CL '  ^ _j_ _     Jj_' \ jjBgtfo  EXCELLENT   commercial lot'  ���centre Sechett���highway lo-'  cation,  level and cleared. "AU  services   available.   Bos   1104  Peninsula Times.-'      ��� 1104-&n  ^SPECIAL for sale,  "- Reader typewriter,  *new. C6st over $300,  i Phone 885*9654  Formf&o. 18'"  (Section 8,2)^  , LAND ACT  X:  '   I  I      A   _   -J  GIBSON'gintar,^ vtfitfi  , Armond- Chief, J00O '���  and case, good condition  9423. J^S.'ittV   '   *' "''  >��� Notice of Intention, to* Apply ,> to  REDROOFFS-Modern  4  bed- v     Lease Land   ; \<. ^; ml2  room"hon\e on 2 lots, close to ^,-^*   - ,J ' L.\'.\ ac'  *      *       *' ��� In ^Land   Recording  District yc  H-ton' pick-up1, .wide -a "J \* -  good  shape,   $695/' J59 \ ���'f rv"  Classic 6 Sedan,-offers -' ���  to $395.or 'trade. Hphner/piano *'  beabh and safe boat anchorage. .    -ui *uma   ��ecoramg  UKJjnci   " Svi__^_f"S_ii_T!Sia'__*; ��� W,,fCi" leaner, nay  tor        ���   . /a ,a J^., HpAT    to $395t6r'trgde. Hohner /piano X-  Living room, 28^5;  fireplace.    ��K��^ ** *BStX'^iSSBLS%^ ^^t��'ea^^tnJ^A'  int   fi.flB,  W>ff <pv* - fnt��k \pjloaf W^ , ��MMP��    9561     ',,. %_      A*^    svifitches; .case, new ^��4^Hk' % "  LIVESTOCK  EXCLUSIVE sale of reg. Morgan and Arab colts and fillies���six months old. High  quality at reasonable prices.  Must sell due to over crowded  conditions. Also an old fashion Four Wheel Buggy in excellent condition, $200. Can, be  seen at 900���232nd Street South,  Langley, B.C. or phone 534-  9356  evenings. 1219-3  HELP WANTED  * n  GREETINGS  JERRY and Rose Gordon of  Quesnel, B.C., wish their  many friends at Pender Harbour and the rest of the Sunshine Coast, A Merry Christmas  and A Happy New Year.  1247-3  SEASON'S Greetings -trf senior  citizens; St. Hilda's Church  members; Branch 140 Royal  Canadian Legion and all my  old friends.���Dorothy Erickson,  885-9612. 1234-3  MR. AND MRS. John Dunlop  of Egmont, B.C., take this  opportunity, of extending Season's Greetings to their many  friends throughout ^'4he Lovper  Mainland -and Coastal area. In  addition our sincere thanks to  those who remembered John  during his recent illness; these  include, relatives, friends, acquaintances and in many cases  complete ��� strangeers: \. As * in  former' years' and int lieu' of  Christmas, cards, a donation  vjill be made to, ,41ie. Crippled  Children's Society with a further donation to the B.C. Cauda- Foundation., -1241-3  fmmm   -l^.    I-   i*i    ������������i-i   ���*���-���-^���.��� ��� -ii.    ���  ��� .. ��� .,���  GBEETENbS   to  our "friends.  ;,Instead^ of seeing ,<eards��� we  ' are- 'making cbjiifcafile dqna:  " tions.���Dave and'Ethel 'McNKrtL  ' 'r ( 7<      'rA, 7        1K9-3  y ���    /.-���' V-':- -*   '    'i  CARD OF THANKS   ^ . ' V,y,; ! -���.  I WOULD like to express my  thanks and  appreciation for  ' all the cards, letters and gifc  V received while at patient in  St. Mary's Hospital. Also a  thank you to the doctors, nurses  -and staff for all their kind  attention,' with a special thank  you- to Dr.' Paetkau.' I, would  likevtp 4ake this opportunity to  - ��� wish you all a Merry Christmas  , -and a ,Happy  New  Year.  ���  ' Thank' you,'' sincerely', Brian  -Held. A .".        i248-3  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mr?.- Naida Wilson  885-9746 or write:       -  Box 390# Secheit, B.C.  875-tfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  Roberts Creek '  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Bunch  Contact plant before picking.  Located   at   Roberts   Creek,  across street from store.  Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,  A-oil heat, dble carport. Lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit, B.C. 469-tfn  VIEW LOT for sale, nr.s Selma  on   Hwy.     66x263 - cleared,  graded.  Ph.   921-9167,   Murray.  >  1231-3  FOR SALE: View lot 7/10 acre.  One block from l>each, $1,975  full price. Cash or terms. Take  "highway 101 at Gibsons, go to  Pratt Rd., turn left on Pratt  Rd. to Grandview Rd-, turn  left; lot next door to new home.  MJrs. Metcalfe, 298-5125; 939-,  7311. 1244-tfn  EWART McMYNN  * REALTY & INSURANCE.  Box 238 Phorie 886-2166  Gibsons, B.C.  Season's Greetings  from  Ewart McMynn and Staff  West,Lakeri Nelson Island^, jervis Ixdet., l " Y**  Take notcie  son Manley  burnum Street,  Vancouver, 9,    $1M5 ana up/1965 m John.  B.C   occupation taxi own6rK>p-   lm outboarC;like new^ $195.00.  eratot intends to -apply,'$>**�����" -     v     2>rv ._    -..������������� yw.  lease' * ^~  ��-��--���-���-'������''- --���"*���  ed  Commencing  on the south' shore ofv"\jTesf  Lake approx. 2000* S.W> "of S.  W.~ stake of D.L. 6853j thence,  N.E. along shore linclOO'-more  or less* thence S�� approx. 300*;'  thence TR. approx; 10b'; -. thence  N. to starting post and con-  > taining Vz (one half) acrcf, m6r^      or   less,   for   the- purpW/of   ttMEX electric 5and Timex.a  CampSlte. . * *\  ^       -iawels    'New   -stnofc   'arrive  , ,    J. D. MANLEY-  $95., Phone 885-2080 evenings^  E  ONE large ^6d range, hot water  coil. One large space heater.    *w,u Jfnwraie unnorms, size 8  One .Thor' 40  electric * range;'^^ud 10.jComplete less socks,.  double oven,-5 elements.^ ,0^e  burner unit complete f6r furn--.  ace; factory^ <iyerhaul, ^Phorie  886-2861 eves., 886-2252 .days.     '  ' 1196-54  !TW0 (Biowp*6 uniforms, sizfe 8   COPPER   fire* screen,   draw  chain, telephone'table, bench  Phone 885-9768.  1198-54  Dated November 6th., 1967.   *  1182���Pub. Nov. 29, D. 6, 13^20^  jewels. 'New stockr;arriyed  Friday. ,Dro|> in and see"our  many^gifts and get'in on tb��  free draw.1 EarFs in (Siosons,  886-9600. A- "        .     1248��  DELUXE; model��electric sew-'  J" g^inachine^ like new.~ Useful  r $50.^ Phone 886-96Sff.   1525^  FIREPLACE, type heater with  " screen.. Uses wood fuel. Ph.  885-2893,  1220-4  KEROSENE fridge in excellent  condition. Phone 885:9580.  1216-4  stand. Practically new. Phone  883-2455. ���  <��� '        *    1221^   i- , ,���.   THIS is1 your chance to get tha,t  f organ you've dreamed a,bout.  Last year's*model Lowreyholiday Deluxe Organ.' In walhut  with built in Leslie and matching satellite Leslie speaker-  cabinet and .bench. New cost  $2,175.00. What offers? 885-9314.  .     V ' 1252-3  Paint"- Fibreglass - Ropo *  , Canvas - Boot Hardware  - v      -    -  Compressed   air   service   fd  skindivers   and * firemen.   Air*.  tanks! Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT .NYGREN1 SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  Do Wortman 886-2393  Jack  Warn  886-2681  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  1250-3  Phone 886-2633  1180-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park  '   Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal '32c Bunch  Contact plant before picking  Located 1st house north Pender  Harbour Hotel  THE SUN SHINES ON:  (The rainmaker is busy too)  Retirement   Cottage,   $6350.  3   room   cottage   in   village���  $5300.  Cottage on "waterfront���$12,000-  Treed waterfront lot���-$8900.  Desirable view lots���$2506,  acreage too.  Harry Gregory���885-9392  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.- ���  Secheit,   B.C. 885-2013  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate in  Halfmoon Bay District Lot 1427  Group I, NWLD Plan 7360/,  Take notice that Donald Gallagher of Haney, B.C., occupation M.D. intends to apply for  a lease of the folowing described lands:���  Pacific trotters' complaint . . .  !erring are gone...  >    r - v    -> ��� teaSF   />   _     i far*?  will salmon be next?  USE CHRISTMAS SEALS  THE Pacific Trollers' "Association requests  a complete "cessation of herring fishing  on the west coast of Vancouver Island for  a period of years necessary to bring the  strength of the Upper and Lower West  Coast stocks back tp -the volumes of 1958-  59 and 1959-60 years.  It is our opinion, said the PTA, that the  depleted stocks of herring have hurt the  west coast of Vancouver Island -troll fish-  C^mmencing,,.at;a;f-pos^ and will continue to force B.C. -trollers  ed SW corner Lot 3, BlockV 10^  District Lot 1427, Group;*jilt  NWLD, Plan 7360 thence V-NS^  for 300 feet; thence NE^fOT-|5Q  feet to NW corner Lot 5j*p^enee  to follow shoreline to 'Ppifrfc:':Wt['  to fish more extensively in U.S. waters.  "The herring are gone! Now what happens to the salmon dependant on herring?  What happens to .the west of Vancouver Island fishermen dependant on herring to  sustain a fishery of chinooks and cohoe?  eommencemeiM;^and^ednt^^^-Tbis year the trollers had to. move into  1172-1  Phone 883-2265  H84-tfn  WORK WANTED  HANDYMAN, ^cabinet ..maker,  - 'wifi.'dtf odd-jobs: Reasonable.  *Ph. 886-99021' ''J ' \'A-    76^tfn-  tiOUSE painting' and~"idecorat-  ing. Professional work done  promptly Dick Blakeman. Ph.  886-2381, Henry Rd., RR l,  Gibsons. 767-tfn  WANTED  j*>  ���PERSONAL  , ,* ���"���-*-''���' i  ,��� ���  ������ '��� *"'   '��������� "��* *  -GIFTS? Tickets to,"Sound of,  .*-,'��� Music".     \ '      .    '  , 1254^3  ���PI"*'*1 *������������'������^'^"���''l-i'     M��IH 'll***.* ������ *liil**-***l-*PW**l*******  \ ^LQTjVEQS for aU occasions:.  ,' '.. 'vfilker'^ ' Flovfer & Qairden.  7 -Shop," phone 886-2463 or Secheit'  "���885-9455.' &54-tfn  1 fOR i complete information on  V Marine, Industrial and liab-,  " ility insurance: Claims/ and  ?>, Adustmetits, contaci Captain  ,',JMf* Y.1 Higgs, Marine'Consult-  , ant," Box 339", Gibsons A Phones  68��f$4(f and 385'N25-       48d_tfn  ' , ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. ��.0;  * ���   , Box 294, Secheit, B.C.: Phone  886-��B76. 909-tfn  BABYSITTER,   available    for  Christmas  and   New   Years  Eve. Pho-0,0 88(1-9327.   ,,,   1210-3  WE ARE again taking shingle  . .blocks and shake blocks' at  the, Wilson Creek Mill. Phone  886-9697.     '' 1200-tfn-  WANTED TO RENT,  3 OR 4  bedroom unfurnished  home.     Anywhere     between  Granthams   and   Secheit.   For  doctor and family. 886-7020.  989-4  FREE CHRISTMAS DRAW  CAN YOU GUESS  The* number of sweets to fill  ; the"-bowl'. Gome in and try  .r'l       your luck;    .-   ���  '' /!;Draw Will fake Place  December 22nd  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C. - 886-2000  * ��� /  UNDERWRITING LIFE  AND MORTGAGE  \ INSURANCE  Representing  MONTREAL LIFE  INSURANCE CO.  one acre, more or less, for'the  purpose of float and ;V^boat;  anchorage. :ywA.-'  DONALD GALLAGHER  . ..Dated Tfrrt7%l:7i^7^7'7^l  1207-J>ub. Dec. 6, 13, 20^ Jan|3]  American waters to catch their salmon-  waters where the^;. herring, are not exploited  ���waters.where ieed for salmon is in abundant supply.   '[        7....   ���  "The Pacific Trollers' Association has  consistently warned the Department that  seinmg wjtb lights; in; west coast inlets  (without quotas) was depleting tiie stocks  rvwrnjArmT?* of^errWS *nd�� m^^ conseduencei had ruin-  W/m ikaoiu��s>      j.^ S.^A t^ once fam<i��s Espeimn2affishery per-  NOHCE  TO GENERAL  1251-3  FOR RENT  :-��i  LISSIMVND FLORIST  & GIFT SHOP  It 4 !<*>>.   iftV       ^ 'ltJW^VlW-1*.      fr J(.tF V*'+*--. 1  Jf^-t   1^1* t*<*    <rHK* 1* >l k < A ^Jl       H**Ji,��.  (Specializing in Funeral Designs  '   " "%. Wedding Arrangements  A86-9345  Gibsons  728-tfn  WAtERWELLS  Hard Rock Drilling A  -, Specialty. ,     *,  |-ow Winter Rate's.  .    r     Free Estimates.  ..��� , ffiiAS PRILLING,   Room 10  :.,J045. W. Pender St.,  ,    , Vancouver 1, B.C.  Tel. 112-685-1917  T'."'   " "   T" ": fiiiii-un  fi-OMND ~       "  WINTER RATES���Fully fur-;  nished cottages $65 month  plus utilities, also weekly, and  i nichtly rates. Also available-  Full trailer hook-nps. '885-9565  Mission Point Mptel.     853-tfn  WALL for jrerit,, Wilson Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr,  $e-j Philtipp. 885-2183. 1095-tfn  ^������������n m him ���i i��� ���i.i������hii-mm ��� i nnm-m ����� ,i- m*m >-���. ��� i     i   . i i , n  CfEiyfT'S   houseltee^ing   room,  clean,   warm,   private   entrance., Towels and linen supplied, Selma Park. 885-9535.  1138-tfn  HOME away , from home.  Housekeeping or sleeping units by day, week ox' month.  Two one . bedroom, ��� full house-,  keeping, now available. Ideal  for construction worker. Cent-  ... r��U showers,,* sheltered ��� mobile ->  home space. Big Maple Motel.  Phone 885-9513, 1515-tfn  CLEAN warm bouse. OH stove,  electric  hot  water.   Elderly,  couple prefcrcd. 880-9832,  986-3  BY WEEK at Da,vis Bay.   For  single or couple/ Full house-  keeping facilities plus . utilities  and TV,   Phone 885*0987.  11235-5  REAL ESTATE  HARD.to find property, undeveloped 25 acres, view property In Secnelt., M^kc excellent,  subdivision,   $20,000.   JBox   381,  Secheit. DM-ttn  ROBERTS Creek, Hall Road;  Choice l acre with 3 room  house, ...bathroom, oil. .space  heater, rock gna stpyo. Iinmed-  Uio   poisesslon.   $3,650.00  full  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS     Building    Supplies  Ltd.   886-2642,   Gibsons,   B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed  concrete.  Serving'the area for 20 years.  90-tfn  \        t  WANTED TO BUY  PIIACTICE      piano     wanted.  Write   Bo^x   1169,   Peninsula  Times/Secheit, B.C.        ii69-3  OI^E used canoe, 16.to 18 foot.  Phono 885-9330 or 885-2341,  ���    ' 1524-3  Sealed tenders are invited,; itor��;  the construction of a buflffing  for Sunshine Coast Senior Citi-P  zens' Society at Secheit, B.C. ��  Tenders will be received  until 3:00 p.m. Friday, January  5, 1968 at the offices of Underwood iMcKinley Cameron Wilson & Smith, 612 Clyde Avenue,  West Vancouver, B.C.  A certified cheque or bid  bond amounting to 5 percent of  the bid must accompany the  tender.  Plans, specifications and'form  of tender may be obtained at  the offices of Underwood Mc-  Kinley Cameron Wilson &  Smith on deposit of twenty-five  dollars ($25.00).  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted,  1240���Pub. Dec. 20,1967.   i _ ���' ���''���'[���:' "���  CARS ond T^CKS  CHEV truck,, % ' ton,. 4-speed  transmission,    gpofl    shape,  $350.   Phone   883-2502. ,    1187-54  FOR   SALE���1963   Volkswagen  ,1500   station   wagon.   Phone  mmanently., ;.,-v ^...y ..^X^���&$������.. -,i..)X^."-  *��$ince 1959 two, petitions, iigne<Lb^b^-.  'I6^*^>usinesies,' and''citil^ns- jpf'''^ncio^er'1'-'  Island, dependant on the $13 million dollar  tro^;fislwsry; ibave been sent to -the Minister  of V Fisheries,   asking���even   pleadmg-**fbr  cenjservation,of west coast of Vancouver  Island 'hei^g-^nqthing was done, v ���������"'���.  ;|ythe suggesition put forth.by ;the trollers that ;theh? industry, was;dependant on;  substantial stocks of herring was cbmplete-  ;ly ignored! In tfact^ at a Vberririg meeting1  iii 1962, D. Needier  offered an opinion  (which the PTA wpuld not accept) that, if  herring were: not available,  chinook and  cohM-would turn to, crustaceans for s^r-  stpeks of halibitf, varieties of cod and other ground fish. These fishermen are concerned that there are sufficient stocks of  herring to nuture the fish they harvest,  maintain the volume pf sdeh stocks^ concentrate fish in quantities "that^provide an  economical fishery, "and "hold* fisb in areas  easily approached by the fishermen, i.e.  In B.C. waters. ��� ' " -  "The trollers consider that-they have  as good a knowledge of, the strength of  berring stocks off the west coast of Vancouver Island as does the Department of  Fisheries. �����,       .  "It may be hard to determine the miles  of spawn necessary to bring back the up- ���  per west coast Vancouver Island herring  stocks, but one distressing fact is known to ���  the trollers���that herring catches of 30,000  tons and over are disastrous to the salmon  fisheries of the Esperanza area. It took  many years to come back after the 1948-49  slaughter, and it has never recovered frpm  the 1958-5? and 1959-60 kills."  "In conclusion, we feel a fisjhery in the,  upper  West Coast of Vancouver   Island  (Areas 25, 26, 27) could offer no relief to  the econmnic���p|obieras of vtb�� ;prfesenit..pos-,'  ition of the herring industry. However, it  could severly damage the depleted stocks,  and further drastically delay any immediate recovery of the herring strength in  these areas," the Trollers' Association con- ,  eluded.  PfiGHT TUBERCULOSIS  and other  . Respiratory Diseases  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  '*       (Undenominotionol)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  -   ���bufeb Service 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV., S. CASSELLS -  WU*��tt,Creek Community Hall  Davis Bay Road  St. John's United Church  tt Wilton Crock, B.C.  Sunday, School���9:45 a.m.  " Divine WorsHip;���11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbelh  Excspt:Ort*2qd,Sur\daY each tndnm  ��� Family Service-*-!!:ISa.m.      , ,  ��� Divine SerYic*>rr-3:30 p.m.       ,   .  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron  For further infonnoHoa  . * Phono 885-9744  - "Herring is. tiie basic fojod upon which  V.numeous;: species"1 of fisliiiffiiatitingVtiie 'off-! >|  shore paters of British Columbia depend  for susfcenanccy 6f these vspecies, 'the ^rol-  , lers ha|ye a7, vital; iribsi^Ui* chinook ah^d  1 cohoe salmon; "the sportsnieri would have V  an equal interest in the isame species. Other fishermen would be concerned with good  885-9440 after 5 p.m,  1223-4  LEGAL NOTICES  SUNSHIjVE COAST REGIONAL  �� DISTRICT  BY-LAW NO.  12 i  A BYLAW TO REPEAL THE  SEWAGE   DISPOSAL   BYLAW  NO. 8 1907  'WHEREASi "Order"in Council  ISfo, 2744 approved Atifiust 24lh  19G7 places tho responsibility  for the application of sewage  disposal regulations under the  jurisdiction, of tho Medical  Health Officer, '  AND WHEREAS tho reguln-  tlons to bo applied are those  approved under tlio snld Order  In Council,  \ ���  (THEREFORE the Rc��lonnl  Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District iri open meeting assembled cnncln nn follow*:���  1. Bylaw  No.  8 the Sunwhlno  " * Coast Sewage "Dlejiosal By-  law is repealed.  2. This Bylaw may be cited as  the Sunfihlne Const Reglonnl  District    Sewage    DI��po��nl   Repeal Bylaw 1967.   V  Take notice the above Is a  synopsis of a Bylaw that may  FOR SALE *by owner. 19G1  Ariglla. Just in time for  Christmas. A beautiful Httlo  car, Like new, Reasonably  priced. $050. 885-2809.        1240*3  '57 PONTIAC wagon. Six standard. Snow tires, good transportation. $125 cash. Phone 883-  2339. ' 1230*5  Va ton flat deck  4   fenced  -trans.,   new   Ignition  wiring, now battery, new paint,  Free Monkey with purchase.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  ':V'';i''',;'iVSAINT;HILDA'S^ECHELT:-'^''';v'  8;00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.nry 2jnd, 4th, 5th Sundayi  7;3Q p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  Services held regularly In '  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and, EGMONT  For informotlon phono 885-9793   T^  Every Wfd. 10 am H. Communion S*. Hilda'*  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCtf  SERVICE:  SECM^T  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service -���11:15 a.m.  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are Invited to attend any or each servico  sasfsst  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming event* is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please nofe that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wolt their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing-only 6nd  cannot always carry full details.  I   t  M--t'.|:f.-V*'f-'#   ��':��. (' t   t-i  HH��wiiHamwwm*HHWWH,HHWwjaHHiiagBn  Dec, 21���7:30 p.m. Christian Education Centre Gibsons United Church,  Singsong. ' *  Dec.  21���10 a.m.-2 p.m Mrs Bonnie's residence, Point Rd., Hopkins  Landing. "Cup of Milk' Fund" Coffee party,  Dec. 23���2-4 p,m, Elphjnstono Gymndslgrn. Roller skating. Skates may  bo rented.  Jon, 6���Hospital Thrift Shop at Secheit, rc-opons after holiday season,  EGMONT TRAILER COURT SITE PLUS 12 RENTAL GARAGES  165 ft. of .waterfront on Secret Ray, $900.00 per yoor revenue Illness  forces talo. *.9500.00 full price, J. Anderson 885-2053,  I*****-.*:     >  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Multiple Listing Service  Vai-fouver Real Estate.  Daaid    ,   ,  Phono 085-2161  J-.J*V*-*.l-Ji H J.*-*. I  fc.\l ��*J_*-*-*  IM' '*'i4* 4*   I  '(������I*  Kelly 883-2502  124S-3  FOU^ID fitter Hospitnl AuxiU-  Hry Stnoreasbord, ^sp pc^ri  nnd' boreallls earring.   Owner  please phone Mrs. O. Moscrip,   Ltd., 401 North, Rd., Oxi., New  '* 885-0322. 1255*3    Westminster, fo.C. 1203*8  price, $850,00 down and $60.00  per month ��t 7tt% intere��t.j<  be,,innpcctcd  nt,the  Regional  house t��outl\ ol Anglican^ Church   District Ottlcc, r>��vl�� Day,  Hall.   Mrs. Mctatfc,   itftoM. ...X-.. r - �����   rnnntNn  or 030*7311,  Block JBros.  Rlty *A F\ ROPWNM.  1243���Pub: Deo, 20/ 11)67;  BOATS & ENGINES  WANTED to buy, 8*10 ft, Klftfifi'  boat, Any condition. Must bo  cheap. 885-WH11,      ' 1178*54  TRAILERS  HOUSE trnllor, 8'x42' with at-  ' tached Hvlng room and carport. ��� Ideal for two pcr��on��.  May bo seen Big Maple Trailer  Court, Wilson Crcck. , Phono  885-97,11. ���", 1522*1  ' mmiMWiimew*" MitwPW***��iwi*iwi>w*MiiiiM****i����*">M  m   '  j-i'i-i : i '���:���: ��� ' i .  SET men's golf club.i with bug  and cart, $75.00; glrl'a leu  flkatc��, nhe i, $2,00; wooden  dollw crib, 24" x IB", $15,00;  complete net Kncyelopedla Brit-  tnnlca, '^1 edition, $40, 885-2324,  1242*3  A hundred years ago, a Prisoner  In a Turkish fortress In tho  Holy Land announced a ,new  Revelation of God, Hli name  was Dqha'u'llah. His "Letters to  tho Klnoi" are. without doubt,  the most remarkable documents  fn religious history. Several million people hare now responded  to His call,   ,7 ���   ,   :  AGENCIES LTD.  GIPSONS OFFICE PHONE 886-7015  m\  Local clergy of all faiths hayo  ttitjt   recelredwon "offer   oi  laha'u llah's    Mossoge,     We  urge you to Investigate if either  through your clergyman or by  writfngi  Pahal's of Sunshine Coast  EDNAM. FOOTE  RTR, 1, Sec)*elt, B.C.  SECH5LT REVENUE���No. 485  7   units   near'  new,   Gross  monthly  $560, Roal value $45000, Terms,  100Q'WATERFRONT 19.30 ACRES  SOLD  "Ideal for"Subdly. of fhvcifment" Honjo  and  crcok.' Road  through   property.  $35000,50010 10-^1.  1 f  $700 FULL PRICE���No. 564  2-Scml waterfront one aero jots, h^f'  TnoorTBair^  $7300 F.P.���No, 575  SKCHELT, RETIREMENT .....,..,  I bedrm cottage, Closo to eyerythlnfl.  Auto, oil hoot* Soml fumlihed,  J, Andorjon���085-2053 ,  *   "     ��� !  wn-n, ��������� Mii'iin'���-*ip im p��-ip**-���f*��i ���! mmrmimw m+mm+tm+iwpiwm ..iiii,i m-m v m mmmmim  ��� ,���  ,        i r     i ; j  r rr  GIBSONS  Your choice of homesite-i In the village of, Glbforif. Each with a view of  the  Bay. Priced  from  $2000,00 to  $3300.00, Terms avalloblo.  C,r; GatNrcole���8867013  PWOm  HARBOUR WATERFRONT  1^,561  1350 If, frontage, Over )6 acres.  Good creek and dote to power. Include* small If-land, $15,000 F.P.   f��atjf-K.-mt**88S.?4:fil "  ��mtfWp^*'��f"iWt^vw.# - j  HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT  '.  No, 531 ',..���..   I47 ft, frontage, 2-2 bedroom ho^isei,  L|ve in one���rent tho other. $14,000  ca��h,  E, Surtees ��� 885-9303  Ml  \  c** *�����!  '^o���^i��J^!^^ntt��^**'^ft'W-*^-' -w  ........ s. t^v-,, aS* ->* �������.���*���  /~~ "l ,> VV-^*-K,^��*5^��'"^����^J*^^^'''^ %.*!.<. ji. �����-  i-   , "��� A I       '      (       il!  *f   ->" ��^A* *   _-  ,&  ~ r,A t   ^,-i-  i *��*=. -* -   0   i���'��>,��� 'Sir  d .   $  s- *"  in *  -    '    Aw / A  i   .,.; ^.j,     ���.,��   ,,   ,4  -*���. ,***������ ' A X*-   L '  . ���-   �� l,, ��� \\'w*.       'l^',v / ..-A,*-  ,���t    ,    /W --   j  t,     >   '1 ,  : X- -  ���-      f.     -A  < X -1 Provisional, 'revenue ri& ���ostimatedvrat ,'. -.A. .doughnut^ tA cookie,that's had  1 ��> " - A ,   XX 4fr >'  r    A    X "   X"iA' Xa *A   ���  V 'A V .*���<.'  i v. - ��-- ,*���> *,; - V     \,< *;   >f ^   i-*  AA/'/,< <t ,.   ',?._*  S_  BuiW yoier long-term  savings program on the   ,  guaranteed foundation of  permanent life insurance*  THS  ,l *   'N/  Groat-West Life  ASSURANCE COMPANY  fpr further information write to  ^  '    Box 400 GIBSONS     "  G-m  r- ,  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCABING - PRUNING  Gower Point Rood  Gibsons, B.C - Dial 886-2919  FRANK E. DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166 .  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331, - Secheit, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  leicphono Gibsons 886-2481 - Res. 886-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH i LTD.  Real Estate 8- Innmnce **���  *  BOB'S APPLIANCES  Sales & Service  Benner Bros. Block, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-2313  L. 8- H, SWANSON LTD.  i Septic Tanks and Drain Fields ��� Backhoo and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel.  ?honc 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  . �����* -       '         ���  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer ������ Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp.  Sites - Trailer Court - Launchlna Ramp  Phone 883-2266  ����.  ,.���.         .' 'i     ���  i.i   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for homo and office  Kitchen Specialists  R." Blrkin, Beach Ave,, Roberts Creek  Phono 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibson* Village  ���':'���'     ��� ���'     ,   ',  ��� "      '': '���'���'��� i..<-,���:���''.".     :.,    ��� '..  Experts at cuts, coiffs apd colour  Custom Perms ^ phone 886-2120 '  ; ;    V(CU0SED MpNDAY)  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkinf Landing  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON   '  Tfr' PENDER HAfcBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  "Res. 886-9949  Scows���Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  ltd:  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS '  Phone 885*9425  THE TOGGERY  *>      ,  Ladies' ond Children's Wear  Open six dayjs axweek  . Phone 885-2063  ' Cowrie Street, Secheit '  .,    ,   .    (      i,     .,   a " '  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  i  i  No down-payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimato-r-Call 886-2728  TILLICUM CHIMNEY SERVICE  Experienced chimney cleaning - gardening -  janitor service - painting - odd jobs etc. *  Free estimates - All work guaranteed.  Phone 885-2191  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES,  -i     i. -   i- ii i-ii r ii -i       .  11       i i     -    - ii - - i   - - i  . BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ~- 886-9546  Re. INSURANCE ClIA|MS  ,',    ;;\ ���'���; A ���':���, ;'AVor   .'.!���. ,i:' .'���;;,   ���'"   i,  BOAT SALES;;  V    '    ������   '-nil'   "'i"1"'; '''���".   "     ' '   '" "' ''.'"*.- '" "   "    , I "  <a\ '/ V ^1*^6^885-2062^ :; ���'  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTIUVCTOW  ��     APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-20oi  Eni^ancl, and'-arefnow "noHd^yirf-g/onr ^e^     "Newly; developed,v^cdnes1'tfbrs the,$>re-  % continent^ "s%a'^;A/i. si- ll V-V^. ",'!|^tv4% Vention of ~ia$asle$ 7hav*^ yroventob^ ex.-',  >   ^Morris and Bob ^ygren4%e^coip6Nfroni,^ tremely *ffoctive.^^he��!.ire two^types^of.  ^Hudson Hdpe���tospen*5the^lioaday, season   vaccines/^tiie iflledLOTe^sle^v^ccine^and,'  . with jrelatiyos! here. rs -.'*  / y*'/ytr^^'-*   -the live ^measles vacdneA^t, "the present"  ;,' Attractively iarjange^ Christmas decor*^* time medical, Opinion favors the live, vac-'  ations:addedIhie festive touch^i.tti&konie", cine which has beeriytfeatetl so1 that'the*  of 'Jilrs." Jean^Wynga'art; -president, oft the    virus which ^normally \ cause measles'; has.  W.il.C^ of tfre Pentecostal Cburct-wheri a    been weakened" so it "causes onlya very  delightful smorgasbord luncheon was^fceld   mild disease���a little bit of fever, perhaps  on (Monday' at^l p.m., Present wejre,'?Mes-    some headache,* a litflei cough." The^clflld  dames L.',Parke,, J. Wisken, E.-Lawrence,    gets the sam-e^ [protection he would rfiiave'  C.   Cramer,   MAEyerley,   C.   Boyce,   3.    after havingMiail the full-blown disease. ���*'  Cadorette, M; Both,' E. Adams, W/ Oal?ley,A     There are two forms, of live vaccine.  '  A. Wyngaert, M. Cooper, p. McLean/%    One is combined' witli^amma^ gtobulin in  Charman, It, Schroers, M. Cassii'aiid E.    order to minimize .the Symptoms that might  'Fladager.      ��� A \ 7   '       i / '   '    develop.  AnothOr form ofC1 iho vaccine is-  Mr. W. Messenger ^Was a patient -in further weakened so that it-does not re- '  hospital for-6 weeks lrecently., ;/ K ^ * quire the giving'of gamma globulin along  , Miss Chaddie Bremner ,who* was,-not with it . " *> ,''���*"'' <  well bad her neice Mary1 front Vancouver t The CM.'A. advises tiiat measles vac- *  staying with her ��>r,,a feW weelis. f"5 -' cine should be given to children over the  Mr. Cornelius Olsen attended the funeral age of nine months. In this way measles  of his daughter Dagmar, in Vancouver I"   '    can be prevented. It is interesting that the ,  =-; 'mild, modifi^l measles, induced* toy the  vaccine is non-infectious and'yet it produces the same life-long protection that the  regular disease produces.' -       A *  '  Gibsons howling  FKEEMAN Reynolds rolled high triple of  707 and single of 292. Helen Girard 661  and Mora Clement with a'single'of 277.  Ladies Coffee: Ann'Johnson 627, Irene  Jewitt 518, Marion,Lee 530, Clara' Wilson  534, Darlene Maxfield 508, Hazel Wright  - 544, Iva Peterson 534, Phyllis Hoops 575,  Therese Jenkins 519, Lucille Mueller 565,  ;,      Gibsons A: Helen Girard 664 (247), (240),  s   Freeman Reynolds 707r (292), Bill Quarry  600 (264), Harvey Werning 605, Dot Skerry  617, Paulette Smith-601.   ,l     4   ���  Teachers Hi: Gene Yablonski 600, Beryl  - ���   Williams 602, Bill Ayres 618, Sylvia Bing-  !  ley 634,  Bob Blakeman 655  (264),  Eric  ������'   Schmidbreaur 636 (256), Freeman Reynolds  mmmmmmmmmmMmm^^  s  WpWflH*-)j$* tt* ii******** *�� HWr***-  -���*---7^7^-'Q|pS0NSM,HAR;pWARE'*l,TD:  .......a     v Your MarshalliWells:;  Dealership.        v  Phono 886-2442 - Gibioni, B.C.  ���     ^.. i     ���   ��� i    i     ������ .'ii.'niii '< >n.��i.ii.��i.i..i...iiii,  PENINSULA CLEANER^  152 V GoworPr. Rood      _  886-2200; Glbsona      ,     ,  FOR YOUR FAMILY PRY CLEANING NEEDS  J^INtV^     Bornlna ft Omega  ERVICE       Solof, Pijirb/ Senrlco  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  C&SSALES    .  ^     SECHELT, B.C. t,    ,  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS    ,   -  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON,  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C  PERMANENT WAVES -L- TINTS    ^  HAIR CUT ���STYLING ���'SHAPING -.  9 o.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Sataiday  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES    ' ">   -    i  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  EATON'S   , %  -  **WHERE-TO.GO" ~  TRAVEL SERVICE  TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL YOUR  TRAVEL NEEDS  ' MARGARET MACKENZIE  Sunnycrest Shopping Plaso  ^Gibsons 886-2232  Head Office 515 West Hastings St., Vaft.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service. > >   -  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 offer  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured \  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Seehelt, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Marihe Building -'^echelt  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  ���Mni.���.n��� iii  ���    ���  i \0*miim0>0mmm*0**0*m^y*000*mm0*0m*^m n-Wf-    mU **  *-<*-<���  At tlio Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mbchlno Shop> r--*-* Arc ond Aciy Woldlnjji  Steol Fobrjcotlrio,'-- Marino Ways  Automotive and Marino Ropalrs     '  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721  > Res. 886.9956, 006-9326  Tp all our ,  , ^ patrons, a very iWloriV  Ohristimas season!  I A ^EN^ and DOROTHY  1 -     -c     <  SELMA PARK: STORE  '      ' * "    '      *       -*'�����'    ���!*  V  [Jommercials: Lome Gregory 623, Bill'  * Ayres 645, Jack Fitchett 253, George  Elander 603 {247), Gladys Elander 608  (256), Irene Oram 264,, Frank Nevens 678  * (253), Mora Clement 640 (277).  Port  Mellon:   Inger  Hansen 247,  Bill  " Ayres 688 (277), lorne Mason 641  (262),  rArt Holden 649'(2171), Bernie littleJohn-  249.  Juniors: Danny, Weinhandl 306, Martin  n, Kiewitz 366 (208), Wayne Wright 388 (205),  ������  Jim Green 314. -m   -  Bantams:  Debra  Pedneault 247  (137),  Randy Whieldon 368 (202), Cindy Whieldon'  260  (152),  Michael Annstrong 279 <179)/  David Pedneault 214.  Secheit Bowling  ���by Eye Moscrip  HIGH bowlers this week Dick Clayton 794  (triple, JRed Robinson 350 high single.  Ladies Bernice Bain 636, Caulcen McCuaig  288. ���  LEAGUE SCORES  ���..Spqrts Club: Hazel Skytte 612 (259),  Red Robinson 769 (284), Jay Eidred 281.  Ladies: Rose Rodway 562 (247).  Ladies' Matinee: .Mary Henderson 629  (286),  Pender: Bernice Bain 636 (282), Dennis  Gambel 761 (329), Butch Reid 276, Bill  Cameron 285.  , Commercial: Red Robinson 738 (350),  Dick Clayton 794 (278), Frank Nevens 785  (308, 277), Cauleen McCuaig 288, Lola Caldwell 261,    ,  *���.'��������� Ball and Chain: Rita VMacleod 271, Roy  Hutt6ri;726 (289). V  ,TEN*:;,pittisfc.l''..!;' v:;./Vv ���       " /  Mixed; Doreen Mullen 295, Lil McCourt  168i-Gordon McCourt 319, Bill Raffle a83,  *  **t I       \liif,  At this holy season, may '  -  ^  ,      we take the opportunity to  i wish yoir every blessing!  K *  * ii  '     '     A,  l      V  I  1     r.  HARRY GREGORY  f   I Jf ,       * t '  '*^'m  it  *  y        l     *.   r  *<,   I 4 V   fr  H. B��i60RDON|.& KENNETT,ITft  .   SECHELT, B.C;  j -,  "XX"  t  -��    ���I...III.I,.  .n. ii    I    Him ��  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER   ,'[",',  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 806-2664 R.R. 1 Gibioni  ���       I"  "���"-* ..III.  .1 .����� Ill- I  ..I    .  -IM ���<  - Now norvlco" lii-dlirrlcf",r-*-*-*  PLUMBING & HOT WATER  "���'������'���������' 'HEATING'  ".   CERTIFIED MASTER PLUMBER  Mre^^KT^TWbNE ANYT|ME   -  ^^^^^-^^-^^ jjjj^037     ���'.���'���    ���  John Malcolm . R.R, 1, S��ch��H, D.C.  ��"������'���"!     ��� '���'    >  HOWE SOUNP 5-10:i5fl STORE  15B9 Marino *��� Glbiom - 886-98,52,  Everything from Needles to /  School Supplies; .......  (.d-W*,.!-���   *,  mttr  '^-.i-^jw^.i-pi^i* . *   m ��-t-"iwW,i*K.^f*l'J*,��-*-  W-ii-rt- '^j-n fiy   -��. *"*^*-J.>-f^-"-V*�����**-'  Mrs. Mono Havlot - 885-9740  w���i-i���-i  i -im���i-ii-ii in*"iniiiiiiiw'ii���wiii.i-*��->-iiim��iiiin-l.i -ii.il>-iii���iiiwiimHHM ��� ���I ii ������i���!���������unf  WIGARD^S SEWING CENTRE  '���"   f     "   Authorized   ,     ';'  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  [7 CovrrlQ-St��h Setli<5lt- Phi 885-9345  mm ���WW! iniiiwi 00 pm i mimni4mmmm<-^mi4^>i^m00mii04m0mmtmm0m'mmmm��m00*immm0>^mmm4,  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD;  u     Residential-Cbmrnerclal  ;,   i      Industrial Wiring.  Electric Heating Specialists'^  Gibioni 886-9*589  Serving Port Mollon to Pender Harbour  ��� m+^0��mi0m0im0m'mmmm0mm000m0mmmm00m*mmmmmmm*mmmimmm\miit mm wwp^-M^nw^wM^xf^  HEWITT CLEANING SERVICE  Floor :.. Washed, Waxed, Stripped-  Window Cleaning   PhonirKen**Hewitt*"mm~ ""  885-2266 or 885-3019    v  -���������ui  -w'Mri 'mi i m >^��m*4iii-t^w��***wiiir--ii��iii*^^  LILA'S SALON  INVIWION TO BEAUTY  Export Hair Cutting  For appointment 886-2980 ...  Sunnycrest Plow Gibsons  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  The Brightest Spot on tho Highway  Opposite tho High School-Gibsons  For Take Out Orders Phono 886-2433  K & Z APPLIANCES  Major Appllancos Service  All Makes of Major Appliances  Phono 885-9578 -Socholt. B.C.  EXCAVATIONS  foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road-;Building ��  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPKINS-^885-2132  BRICKLAYING  RUBBERSTAMPS  COAAMERGIAL PRINTING  see THE TIMES  /      ,'     f     ,��     *     ���;    ,<     f       |    ,-,    ^ I /  eutd <duwUuttQocdwee*  BOB'S APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE  SECHELT, B.C.       _^��� ^ ,          .   *���  i,   .......   * "-"������1_.���,_-,   C  V  ��    .    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Merry Christmas  '       PogeA-4 The Peninsula Times    ;  Christmas arrives early for tiitee and -      Wednesday, December 20, T967  a half year old Crystal and one ;afid *; ' ���"'���i:~*������  a half year old Ketiiiy ALlanson ^of   ^���������������������������������������^^���^������^������������������������������������i-i'iariM'ii-iw-ifi  Gibsohs- for liiedr grandmother Mrs. *.  J. Henderson drew, the winning cou- CHRISfMAS SEALS R6HT 13  pon at Campbell's Variety,. Secheit. -.  Pictured ,here receiving the: train set  prize from Mrs. Martin^-Campbellj **  Mrs. Henderson is really overwhelmed fcgcailsfe Crystal so loved'the xiog  used foi1 'tiie guessing competition "j  ttat Nfeil C^rtipbeU ptesettted It to l      SOTHm RESPIRATORY DISEASES  the happy little girl.,     ' <  Christmas ever!  A-       *    A,     V-  \tuu4t40**00mntilii40mmm*mm0mmniim0nnmmiii4m0M4m04000  kistmas  TO EACH AND  EVERYONE  Whether your  dreams lie  big or little,  may they aU  come true!  Secheit Theatre and Reid Tern and Moss  <��� �����  ***  -Hi^    T  Secheit, B.C.  0m*fiL*m,  EASOI'S  Parkinson's Heating Ltd.  SALES & SERVICE,  .Gibsons,. B.C..  May ypur Christmas bc everything you've been hoping fort  EARL'S and WALT'S  AT TftE T0I> OF THE WHAHF,  Gibsons, B.C.  wmmmmmmmmumummmvwmummmm%lmmmmm9U9mvmm1^mm9mmv9mmmmm��mmm9mmmm99mm^m\^m^mmwmmm4AtmmM  ..��*-^..^, ������*#������ 3,  ���ll# *m,*..t ������ ,  .O-iJtJ-J  ftrom, uei to, you ��� r a baker's  doson. wishes for a  truly joyous Yuleftide!  GIBSONS BAKERY  HENRY'S BAKERY AND COFFEE SHOP  and SECHELT VILLAGE BAKERY  i  wfWma*mmi*m**stMmM&mj*Jmmmmmt*f  *,��  -*-        v^^ ^ J.   f-  a;*^v*  ,  " Iifs;^lWayt a>Iea$urel#  * "   greet lie many Mends weVe  known through ihe years  ELPHINSTONE RECREATION GROUP  ROBERTS CREEK, B.C  1  fan? tUlofitx* fo all o�� youf  PARKER'S HARDWARE LTD.  SECHELTj B.C.  ***~*******0*~**m**f*mf*ftiifu**ttmmm*tm*mm***m**m*fi4  -��u.  ��-^  ,iWW��<     ��#H 0fl^'i**j(l"iS(��tetw*"^ib��(*fH* ^Wk W^*ti����"i*~A*f!*tJ-fc'^ilJB' Itttrt*  A     Hi  ' A  f ** w ���l(4^��f��(��t^JU>k��lffili)W!J^4lL>^^lH'a��� Hum*****) ��w  -atts  y-rr  "I11! �����!1!111  ���������*���  -**===*:  .was*#->��^-(' -**��� ithiWf*'*"(+*flJ��,''*^'''*"W' ^V*  A,  "*-*'���.  )A,):  \\, *t i- ,t *ij{f^**f M|'t>'-v't ^ ^ / (\   ^x'"i    *"*(  i*   i'  * ^  *W^tj��TO'  /j(.v��*wt^-*ii*^'W  TO'WSH^.YOII the  j*****)-     j"*ttl��      i ^Nj-f1^***    (U*��l^{      W   f*".^ fl   Wfl^ftj        (ft"-!) t'5*"'       T********-    * + *��� �� _���      X  BEST! 0F r��l3IiE8l  ��** J^^*fel^.^*p *��1%*. ^�� * *��AfA iflAA,   ^MI^AlAUfA *B#W^*ti    i^&ll      J K^f**^    l"ftSM"     '^^ fl  m.****       ��fH f*  . A- IAa* ^^>*^M��t W  fAi, I   ^r*    af, I  i, ,,n'��V.M'^i.k        *   (1  l'       I, .' I.  Il'|<   1  i   I / i! J  �� > J ��  ' It       ���'',     '  t    ��',A  i ,ii ' i  41   14\, ifl it, i    n,  'SI  f'i'U < ti  "$ WATJtfNTAlS & MARINA  IS,- B.C,  ,,,,��� .i  ���W��tt>Ji��*iBif**f (lUMSW*^'*'^*'**'**1*'*  5  t       Jt t"��|f   M  ���Mfi4*h5^�� ^1* -Jk*  t.|l(!i^.1^0^^iU��f*lf(S(Jr,t**W��*>i��t!."v:t flSsM  l^t^^^pii.vSfi^M^I-iW  I  MAY YOUR HOIJDDAYS  BE BBIGHT WITH JOY!  Manogemont and Staff   ,   ": ' "'" "^"."''"''".ol , ,       ���'"',';,"��� " V"'"'"^  I. & S. Transport Ltd. - Gibsons, B.C.  .��.  ��� /.irti Dp-n n>fl��R*-t!"^"f*-*i<-,�� n  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME   GIBSONS"  .,A,.:..ti........  John Harvey and Staff  IHK^II^^AAV, l,l,HA&*m IAI  .A.AA   l��   "  '(      I        *    ' h    *       " I "   '-*���*'   |    ' *    I ' t     jf  I I     I > 1' I      "      > I  **ll*  *.^*M�� ���II4) Artll&Aiwil^iltfliltiitfftblHiAititMtim&Aiifiililpil Iffml'lftfii*",. .�����  *��w.tfl^-S��w***^fl*feftaw*.f��*vA^s(*^��| *.*��^i.��*#4. m.*^.w^*w*��.��*^*=^��*^*.'*  i* ^ !>%f^  ��� *   if*/***!1  I   .   <   ���   I   I   I   (   I   j  ,-���** .--���   H L  **���>- ^~  As carolers  ��-ihg their  Happy  Chnstiras  eongs, ve  add our  Voiced to  j   ��"eh }ou  '   good choer.  Wednesday, December 20,1967     The Peninsula Tfoteft  tage A-5  TO ALL OF YOU FROM ALL OF US AT  Egberts Creek Credit Union  Seehelt, B.C.  __2_fc  ?*��� **��,��� j..:.    _    ...��.���.l���>..,..  Excitement  Skating on Satuutoy afternoons at   skates    Sturdily built with fibious ,'  ,     .   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'    '" " =��� ���   '���''*>��"l **i"MU--j!,<w, '**"    \   7          ���;        1  i .IM IW -IB inr *(ff. /  r7*~   y * *.'  ^'   '   a- \A��y ��/7*iJtiXA'^ *  a ��    a Rita* Aitf-**te* <7     A /"  Peninsula AAaiket  ,-    , ���   - I?oSii'*eoy-VV      '.' -  i .* -^^-^    ><"    r? r e    *    * . , *^_^  Robilliard Electric  i-     V ISelfcfeft*; B3C; 4 ft. ^ 7 7  >t v-yjC. y >",y��>^��� -fr; ,f, r'^nF- ����.   ****v  imMJmmmmm**0m0*0m.m******m*m*,  i      1  ��*���v��* "rl��r~**p,*''^ >  r ��  ����   t < t  '   -1  ti,  . - i *  * , f�� *-. lt *,r, j'* -��*���*-., �� *��� *    .'  v .�� .x\    iiArAt* ...As* y   *y *;'��  i '        a, 'ft    i     .r ^ i1    i  '   ('' *\  y�� > <  ERVIN'S DECORATING - SECHELT, B.C.  r*��  ,   \  ���^�����B  *"*   V?si^_*_^__."     ^ , ^ T&t+PjP^lfaf   A       t-      "  ^i|L 7 s .*.;? ,  'sill men." May^ ^  yottr Christmas  hetroly^oyfia!  . *a*!7j     ���"��� *   '  i'-A v. A -  * 4  "A       ���*- ,*/ %V    ' ���  *, <*  A ^ -.   " ^  ,   ^     v ,*> ^A*"�� t  .*. f-1      j v **/ %fi  V        j- *   h- X  %  v r  -5    i  E. & M. Grocery & Confectionery  f     f     *  . 4, yv >  *.   *  **��� ������   <���  ii  -i a-  y  tT  -?^AV  M��f   ���  a     ^*  ^M��� ry. T--Mr.-,^>r\f-^'^  iniirT. i M  , San  v*0m*0mmm*mM*mmM*[m**m*M0tj*Ki'*i*mp*htmt**w*****m*��Mm**mM**m0*m***r**mm**m***m**0j*0m0*MM*Mf*My  1   8'' i-"1 ���-*-���". / ������     V>        - ���>* ^^sAl"   "^    "���     **   " 5  Pender Highuiei  -   a, '" Saturday skating     -,�����*�� ,  ---���  i-* '***i-^ > t ''^ i! ' _y       i *v  Skatbg got off to a tremendous.s]fcart 4 young'people irom tots, to teenagers^  at Elphinstone gymnasium, last"' werethoVoughly enjoying themselves;  Saturday. Within, half an hour only^ fully justifying the effort of the people -  19 pairs otthe~100 rental roller felnfte&,* who had the foresight to ,back the  were available. ' Under the/super-'; project, S , ' ^~, ' * * -  vision of the organizers and, parents, ( s  # l**!^".?^ V���fy Pot>u&r as"a bishop, Nicholos left a  ^ legacy of miracles behind him.' These ia-  f clutied calming the seas when his ship was    f       ^ > abouffb he .-Wrecked^ and the restoring* to  ->'     1 ���by Dohna VaUghon-, ^life of three Asiatic boys who were onurder-  . ������'. .        '   > ��� >v^-red-iby-*-a ^cked iinifc6ei?er. NtcBbl6s forced-  ON, FRIDAY^ December 15 Pender held ; the min tb'confess ahd then made the sign  - tbe ^Christmas dince whicK lasWd,frtm��Y c^thfe crd^i t>Ver tit�� carets in Vrtrich tiieir  S 'p!ni. to" 11:30 p.m. Admission was. $1 tf dismembered bodies were hidden. Immed-  you^hada student *afd ahdSi.^ if yon- iat&/the boys were'restored to life.  did��t Couples werfe charged $1.50 wth , ^ ^0<t ^"^. & ^ g^jp ^  a Student card and $1.75 without. The d ^ c6nceTXTie giving ofrbags of gold  dreujrAs semifbrma, the boys being as ^ies to thfe^ee daughters of a  required to wear a white shirt and tie. n<,Weirian who had* lost his fortune.   In  A couple of weeks ago Psaw on T.V. V those days if a girl had no dowry she had  Charlie Brown's Christmas in which almost ho chance of marrying. Legend has  Charlie complains that Christmas is be- ,~_t that'one of the bags that Saint Nicholos  coming too commercialized a.tfd "that he ;threw'in the "window fell in a stocking left  doesn't uhderstand What Christmas is all .to dry by the fireplace. From this incident  ! about This seems to be a common com- ^ame thfe custom of hanging up stockings in  _   plaint from some -people nowadays which * anticipation of gifts  hriade me wonder if anyone, at Pender ��11        ^, hi   fa d, ^      st  mhtAos  n& Ty- 1�� 8nfLet t0 m/ ?��!��? 2S ^ Pictured as carrying three bags or balls  Chris mas .^^^TT'&^iiSS >*'&* & *������* * ^ &* to the sisi^'  5% MhiSSi*t^Sl^Si?^? Ba^ in Lombardy, Italy took him as  bf the holiday?" I received sevefal dis* th ,    IDab.otl   saint  0iacine three   ��olden  senUng opinions apd *��any confirming pnes. *g Xe? the dlor 5*fl�� %SS ��SlS  One person said, "Christmas has long _ne_^ SinCe they i6nt money this became  ago  lost  its   meaning,   It's *aU ;giromef Associated with pawnbrokers,  gimme gimme���� Another persdn htfd the Since he        no^ for his abim   t0  SnMS  Z"iSSSl. TtZ  SS   ����to'����8 he became the patron saint of  82! .h Jltl 1 SicSVJS2i    'g "eamen-  It is said that Duteh sailors were  than they were Christ s Wrth. , the ||wt ^ ^^ ^^ t0 Europe tales of  �� Since Christmas Is just around * the m* generosity. As a result, Dutch "Children  corner artd you all know whb V*sits our got their presents on December 6.  hombs then I thought you* ipight be inter- ,. ynien the Dutch settled InNieuw Amster*  ested in knowing some Merest^ fact5 dam, now Now York, they brought their  about this jolly old gentleman. For many ,tradiUons with them but tho bishop- dis*  centuries <56od Snin^ Nick; patron Saint of( carded his church robes and was trans-  young people, has .been associated with formed into'a tubby man with short  Christmas gifts. His name, originally, from breeches  the  Latin,   Sanctus  Nicolaus   has  taken In 1822, Dr. Clement Moore, a teacher at  many forms, including the Qcrman Snnkt a theological seminary In New York wrote  Nlkolaus and tho Dutch Sinter Klaas from ��a. visit from Saint Nicholas" which popul-  Which we get Santa Claus.     ��� arized the new image of Santa.  Although  regarded   a$  a myth,   there ,   No   matter   what   hc   ia   called���Julc-  ronlly was a St. Nicholos, an early Christ- nlssen, Sankt Nlkolaus, Sihter IClaas, Father  Ion  bishop  who  lived during tho  fourth Christmas, Slnt Nlcolnus- Pere Noel, Petit  century in Asia Minor. \                     > Jesus, Befnna, Krlst Krlngle or Krlst Kind-  Devoting his lllfo to God's service Nich- lcln his name is synonymous with unselfish  oios became a bishop at a very early ago, giving.  j  &1>X{"  , �����?*      -i  y j   *���  A>x  A'   x'  i *v ��� 7, ^  .7- ^\  *-*  i   f-  *-  -i. ^- i ���  , S   4      **    ���*���  \K    <<   ���  a  4>7' _? 5     i.   v��� J  ���'"   ^\ \c,7  r)   * �� **        " 5^ Al    *  V   f       s    S* ��c      *   A  A^Ka* ,   .Si Ja    "-4SJ24 Av ii     -- ��A5l ^ A-*! ^>    j���.  11  v **  SUNSHINE COAST SERVICE LTD. 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WHEN   Victoria   newspapermanA" G^rg^Wallace the& was$ settledAin Montreal„stite V
Wallace ^vrote about tW-trials and hibd*1* correspondent-|6r severar**AinLerican"jovuv.- }
ships of the' pioneers, he knew nifTsOSbject    nals and matried with tw<? sons* j$ix years,*:
well,; He'had come to the welt in* 1862    later his death m .Montreal" was^tepprted^*,   ^
,with  a   party  ot Overlanders-^-tht najne    He was described as "universally'respect-  '»
"givfnav, those' pilgrims /who  set  o$t-with/ ed" and a-"warm hearted Irishman.3'' ^ %
horses, oxen and on foot from^Tort Garry ' "* i>'V*--   «A^    J
' to cross the praine and tHe Itocki.es -seek-   ^ •• * >v '
ing riches in the coastal colonies.. -.     ^ -*1* ^ ?
-Wallace a<;cpmpanied a 5 Toronto'' parfy   N t
as a correspondent for the Globe." When ,**
he reached Victoria he went.to work,for   »
the Colonist.* \
He planned to start a weekly here .but's
dropped the idea iff iavor of a, daily, THe-   ^
Victoria   Daily   Evening   Express   whichv^
lasted until February 1865.   Then he^ieft^ ^      <Xt$
for the'Cariboo to start a paper/lugging* -.£
a hand press- over the   mountain "trails.   ^
This Cariboo Sentinel, published at Barker*-'5- ^
ville, sold for $100 a -copy. He, sold out in   ^
1866, went to S&n Francisco for new equip-   **
ment and estabhshed the British"*Columbia" s
Tribune at Yale which helped win him a"1
seat in the  British Columbia  Legislative
Council.
His .paper soon folded however and-
Wallace resigned his seat saying he had
urgent business in England. Victoria soon
learned this business concerned managing
a trouRe of "Japanese jugglers on, a U.S.
and -European tour which reportedly made
him a* fortune. He lost his money but soon
was back in show business, this time exhibiting the world famous Siamese twins.
The   British  Colonist  in  1881 reported
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THE WINTER flowering plant known as" failure—myself among thenn  4But failure
•    the Christmas Rose is not even a distant „  need not mean defeat—one learns by correlative   of  the  June   favorites,  for  the    recting  his  mistakes;   which  is   a  good
botanical name of the most familiar kind,   system—if one <*an live long enough,
is -HeUeborus Niger and in the best book?^
I liave oh'the sirt>ject it is classed with the 7fr "xl    A "1"     ■   —
great Crowfoot family *£rom the shape of    JtlOSDlICll   AllXlllBrV
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rated,, easy to grow, 1iut one has only to1 UUlUO   CtllllUCll   lllCwl
talk7ia-a few^ gardeners about their exper- REGULAR meeting of the Roberts Creek
^en?e^to,finoU,that-this,j>lant is curiously  ,     Hospital Auxiliary was held on Monday
variable,   both   in its ■, demands   and, its December  11  at   the   home  of  Mrs.   J.
,resppnse to freatment   to some gardens Shieids.  Most  important  business of the
at gives no trouble, in others there is not meeting was last minute details of the cof-
a place to suit it, yet no one has, so far, fee party on December 15. Mrs. Tibb gave
found safe rules for guidance. a report <& work do£e at ^g Thrift Shop
■'In my book ;I find six varieties listed,    which had a very good day on December
ihd one""'hybrid;'''wth'iH;ANiger, the one'   9th       ' '" *"      '  "   *'"''     "*''
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in Seed  Catalogues,   receiving  honorable er   to Questions in k couDle of •corn-
mention.   All are said to need some lime    1^Z^1.^^°!1^ ±^S\S.^^
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petitions; winners -were awarded .attractive
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fully   contradictory^ it   is   also  found   to served a sumptuous array of refreshments
flourish bes   with the help of a generous and all         d th    had            entertaining
dressing of leaf .mould of the kind that can evenjng       .   „
-be raked up undeV deciduous trees such as _,.        j.          .         _, .,       ..
alder, manle, willow and the brushy under- '     ?he co£fee P3/1/ on Friday, December
woodland that leaf-mould is mostvdei ^h^as a^mplete success; a good crowd
cidedly acid in its nature/which sets an-u **"??* ti1* m ^ *? t?e f®* 71*^77
other little problem for the grower with his7 -JhVhaU was attractivdy decorated .with
mind on floral decoration for the festive Christmas .-greenery  and  the  tables  also
board. Another puzzle is whether or not to ^ere    decorated   m   suitable   Christmas
shade a .plant that was. originally found in tThe^--,/he ^al^ng+ do11 ;was w™ by '.*"•
woodlands.   One grower finds that it does J- Shields; and the two other raffle prizes
well with him in an open situation while were won b£ m; D- SleeP a"d,Mr^ K°llv|
his neighbour finds that his plants demand Nomgren.  Guests were served.fresh baked
shade! muffins and coffee.
H. Niger, being hardy, is about the best j,
for a beginner to try  his skill—and his ; Divorce:   Going   through  a   change   of
patience on, but it can play tricks on the w^e*
most skilled by ignoring the 25th of December and  refusing to flower for  some __    ^___._.   ..,„_.,   _-__■.._-,-
weeks after.  Fortunately that is somewhat I    CREDIT   UNION   OFFICE
under control; glass cloches put on in time |   CREDIT UNION BLDG. - SECHELT, B.C.
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also induce longer flowering stems.             I wurday W a.m. to'4 p.m.
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MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BE BRIGHT
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GIBSONS and SECHELT  7$a#���6e 4ea>%&t $��ow <&&& f*%{  ^' " '*���.������[ -5     Jf        i      -1.^,       IV       *f  (  .  * $   A   ���  ���>   - _   -     "   >i* J .I-      ll   '.    .��� I<       ,        t     '.  1   J   lf-1 A   AAA  MIaI I a    Iw M��� * IHBl       wv ��� foA * n. jJ  1  'N  As the My season arrives  toimWil agaifl -itSrinsBiPB iBB����age,  we extend to you our sincere greetings  ���\  ^����^^:  V *���*��**"  ***+�����!��.v!rr 1-*     4"��!,,���'- ���raw*"''- * *rJ'1 *NM      "* *  r/  JL & i Jewellers  0  ������>l  Scchclt, B.C.  \  'tencci ��������*"  *��( ��" -#**���*-�����  Wc mU/l *ym <md yam* tftc  �� * i, g  jfcrf     V    ���* <t.*-K 4  f Hw   ���*     U. J Ail.  f-wW-W  *��i"**t ���(,���  x'v>7m^myi  We'r�� Wishing you and your  i - ���* I Ti       i        P " i.   t  ���*- *  i - , " '     -    , ���  family all the happiness of  ,.. ��� . ��� ',.    ��� .   i  the holiday. We've enjoyeq  NS|ig ^ tq $ery^ yoM?  vm  *��������� *T'f  lfiivlM'***- f 1-jWtw^Wfl 1*t*-iA*��* ��Ki*)t  *  r .  DON, RUTH and STAFF  at  ��� P.A. BILLIARDS & COFFEE BAR  > I' '-"  Secheit, B.C.  **MplMplN>WN��^^  WWHIH MlMWIPilMlllMlim  mUMJ-ll  mmmjmmim}  i  Peninsula Motor Products Ud.  .... s      > i .    i ''    i   , 11    i��.  G*M, Sq!o�� and ScrvJco ScchcSj, B.C.  IHl^tf S- -Iftfe *ttt ��&*<���������>  ,    f..i , 4  ��!>.*!*  **,*���.4-ln**4 "f-utW , Wi*M-j* -**f(*'t"'*s'f��-iel-i5J*!*  WW^hW l**  ^w*w>i*w-tw��i*n-^*i^��piS*wairtww*^'^ ���itJWM*^**W'*iir"'**i*j*tfl><fftiW <"  t #��*-���*�� #iil,i#J((i    i  I k ~7,A  W���iy? 5*-*',  i   *        .2, ^  TtJX~r f" i���* i*���"  '��"-*   .  > i -   J*r  i     -^ "i ".  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MARGARET     '  ,, MacKENZIE . ^  , '  CoJii1'  Cleaners &  Where To  Go Travel  Service  'I  !������������.  ���I'I 'ii'*^' i  ���'HaE'  iiSi'.'-*'*.!^^!""'?"^^  lil !.    t��l      !5S "til: i    ���' a,s/siiI ���'   .' i .      '.   <  j*Wlt����#WM*f��*?����MtPE  Porothy Wright" ��    Rl��l��ard Peaton  Amy Brijinad  Marybcll Holland ^  ''iv,  ���7\\i\\mm\'-AW-.m-A7  Joh*�� Pjornsott  Out of our yesterdays come the  Yulctidc , traditions /of, happy  greetings and cordial hospitality.  In tfts spirit/wo extend toallour  friends, a xwdcrfully warm and ���.  truly old-fathioncd *  "MERRY CHRiSTMASl" :  WK*W ^wWhmWM* A   *���� iU|BiU���>*��mW(*��iirtli^i im    h ipiWt     i��.��*<n.(.i��Hi4in{***SM4��. n^iiun^o  Evelyn Hoguo  J'.JH") '  Oi                   I T"IR  !������#�����     I ���      _���''''   ' * /        ',     /CSV  o   As an expression of �����������  o   fhanksand good-will ��J  3   we are emending at 15!.  -_2?,':..'' ;���.'..���,         ,  '���'.,       'i ������ ���������'     , "<8*t  (O ;.���.���-.. ,   ...     A, ._.   i        ���   ���'.   ������ .:*>���*������  Ir  1 * i  . **�� i.4j* *i�� ^f��tei*��5aa��i�� e  "���jftnri��Ji��.**4��'��- ft  HAPPXHOJLfDAY  A��a��iHi*.l.l iree** t?m* *.*U 1  Mia O'Conncll  Kirk Thomai  ������������i  .,o.  o*  ���������11  o  �����M<   ,  ���, o  S  lala's Salon, S  S-���rlnrif��H0nJo��_^.  ���^�� Beauty ��s<  ���><����������� - ���'����� -��.i-�� ,��������� '������ -������-,-��� I--*  jetiA.  ^   Export Hair Cutting-  ���^S)1 V  4SrV  Stylist:  ^^51* Ami**���0m4m  Nt*  Qreetjrigsand'"our  iBesf Wishes for  Health [ and  t..        \ *     i< i  prosperity in the  New Year,  'i -* /  STAFF  ana  -#(f4*' ^L���-*T#^l/l���l*MlMI>��-*JfT'^'*?1*H*H**J,    Vr ^*n* *���"*- --fwhWMJl fe'*iff"J uqmfi *(-|("-!(I.Jf*WBl|V. i*i H  MA/VAGFyVIFNT  / '        ' X    ,7 a'   ���  .   (i  *t*H*   ffllMi'    * f |f-J".l*->  I 1  We wish you ai)d yours fho very  t 4 ,  " \ , 1 / '  host ofreverything ,',. . and  we look forward'to continuing   ,  ,   ''��� ,'^\[     '   "-1; ';     '      k," -     /���'  i     '' . ouir service fo youi  v  McPhedran Electric Ltd.  ft .   .    ��  :u  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING ceNTREr  < .  GIDEONS/B.C.     '  r  HVtHW*��B'��-   f"t  -I    '      *|  ,-ft* *"(I(M**��I WtW   $  ;,   ,(  .--���*  ������.'.��    ��� j.,   Kr*"i-  ��T*H*5     *%    /<���-'  !-*;���*�� .,��,'.������ .'-��.������{?. *.^^*^^^^t?^::  ���fiiiiiTi-*���*������*' ^���- ���"���"riSiir^hr- ff-^irih^^ii-niiifTijfi-Th -iuTinifiniiiBiii  ��l#!��ii*!��lW*i��i.��i#iW  ROYAL BANK"���I  OF CANADA     1  J5K,     .   < ,     ��Sf  ^ Gibsons Branch ^  ^ ''    -" 'mjuZ  Mmwmwmmwwi  ^��   lin��     ��* ������ 3*     -W"  m ���uvy#iw>. (s��ki��ji ���**��� *i��  f��9��3��->,ll'^fi��M'�������S<1*>!"  i"    - i  . ��i'j        7  - ���  A#A.*m *Mtwl*IW,*A*il*<"t,l*l    IA  i&jm*Mft. I'$l$$#fllfe?t0*0^ffkffi(i����fo^ *mimlAr,,,i^A*rA*;**Kr'*ii��iAI���,ii,,i',M���****��i *****VA*'i*'^'**^i,A��i**f* ,ti,,.ifi,  M if    ,tVi.v>i.i.t '"f,' i*'1!,1' ������' ���  ���40 ��&!*!'>& Ali$0$iltt4��$imi'&'fa0*&ki^4tt^^  "       o   '   '.j/ii'Uii      Ik*,     ������      ,V{        ,��� �� ' ,  i'V ���..._'. J-.M ^.lK>y��j( J'.��lki>u��^*W*_'.��'���JfiSJ^.jr*jrA***.A*;*Ai**4'  f"*-��ii>*1tit*-i.'ai-ninww f(ih**"."**"-ip .j-  * !t* J> J Jt S ,*��� a* .* S * * * ^ J .' .* .f .'./,t .fA.' s ~' .' .'  *,*���.*.*        * 11 I ll "   I  -*&-  V  ���1 *r     (j***   -Jf-^. a    -j*   y  .-j'.^;-  I  Secheit Shell Service  SECHELT, B.C.  ��  REPRESENTING MONTREAL  LIFE INSURANCE  COMPANY  v     FATHER,   YOU    CAN    GUARANTEE   YOUR  FAMILY THE HOME OF YOUR CHOICE.  Our 'MORTGAGE PROTECTION PLAN is designed to protect your family . . . to give  them, if ypu die, what you plan to give them  if you live���a HOME free ond clear of debt.  For more .information, coll or write: '  ED BUTLER; BOX 566, GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2000. V  ��*flLl.,a  A,m~7   j  Edward L. Butler  IF ITS ELECTRIC HEATING  BE SURE TO CONSULT US ON  "Sorry kid, but this area is only zoned for lemonade stands."  . .A man in Frankfurt/Germany, told reporters that he left bis wife, a former  model, because she was a terrible hoiise.-  keeper, and had also tried to poison him  after a "family argument "My wife  dresses to kill," he summed up, "unfortunately she cooks the same way."  f  electric; baseboardiheat  eninsula l*meb  Section B  Wednesday, December 20, 1967  ^s-i^^^m^m^^m^^^wm^^^i  Pages 1-4  To Pender High ._^.  Sold and Serviced on the Sunshine Coast by  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  SUNNYCREST SHOWING CENTRE - GIBSONS  Sunshine Coast Lions Club  makes annual $100 bursary  Phone 886-9689  THE SEASON'S BEST TO EVERYONE!  Bil.rand lEAN Xl&^  LISS1 LAND FLORISTS  Gibsons. B.C.  SUNSHINE Coast Lions club members unanimously supported a proposal that the  club donates $100 annually in the form of a  Bursary to Pender Harbour High School  at its last meeting held at Ole's Cove Resort.  This- action by the club follows an earlier $100 annual scholarship announcement  by The Times in order to help bring the  "number ofVscfolar^hipY  er more in line with Elphinstone.  The Lions Bursary will go to a student  accepted into either the Institute of Technology or a Vocational School. Nature of  th��  Times Scholarship has not yet been   arranged. ::  ,....-   ...:..A.  Attending the meeting as Lions Club  guest speaker, recently appointed Special  Councillor Mr. Bud Mackenzie, spoke on  the problems of moderately retarded children. On the subject of integration he indicated his disapproval of such a scheme, stating that progress, of those with a good level  of education, would ;be retarded by inclusion into the class of youngsters with a low  education standard. ,  ..Christmas^sprty for the: youngsters *$��&  held again at Oles' Cove last Sunday with  an attendance of about 40 excited youngsters who were treated to a visit by Santa  Claus together with gifts and goodies.  Members Of the Club this year undertook  to bring Santa Claus into Secheit for which  they received a donation from the merchants Christmas Celebration Committee. This  in turn goes toward the Lion's Hospital  Physiotherapy fund.  It was estimated that about 900 youngsters turned out to see Santa and although  '''''decided~uptin'a~sboft  or no pre-planning, the event was generally  considered an outstanding success. Next  year it is planned to eliminate the inevitable errors which might have occurred this  year.  Another successful venture instituted last   year was an exchange student project  which resulted in four local students visiting Oregon while four Oregon students attended school at Pender Harbour. This was  a joint program between Lions and School  Principal Don Skelton of Pender High. It is  hoped to repeat the project this year and  a committee has been formed to take charge  of arrangements.  Two families in need.were recently as-  sistedrby;,the club.J^Lwais,rnqv^d.by,.paem-*..  bers: to a^iiew home on the lovret ihamlantf  and another receives a $25 food credit at  a local food store.  SUNSHINf^COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ELECTION DECEMBER 9th, 1967  ^ATEMENT OF POLL  Area  Director  VOTES  Result  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  We're ringing in best wishes  for happy hoKdap for all  onr good friends and natrons  inibnt Marirta & Resort  JOHN AND POROTHY BOSCH  WHEN the Lovers of Life League Christmas party was held at the Welcome;  Beach Hall last Saturday, 20 children of all  ages up to 13 were present to enjoy the  fun. Tliere were games, for which prizes  wore given, two nature films, tea and  carol singing.  The party was organized by Mrs. Alan  Greene with the able assistance of the Rev. V tees' nephew.  Barry Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy  and Mr. R. Holgate who was film projectionist. Mrs. Greene expresses her gratitude to the Welcome Beach Community  Association for the free use of the hall.*  ���by Mary Tinkley  Present were Mrs. Surtees' house guests,  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gray of Cumberland,  her son John Surtees and Hans Zeisbrich  of Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McLean  and Mr. and Mrs. David Richardson of  Gibsons. Mr. Gray is, a brother'of Mrs.  McLean, while Mrs. Gray is the sister of  Mrs. Surtees.   Mr. Richardson is Mrs. Sur-  A  TYNER, James H  X  ELECTED BY  ACCLAMATION  B   POTTS, Gordon _; Arthur   RUTHERFORD, Archie James  WATSON, Norman T.  _.24   70  52  ELECTED  C  HUBBS, Harvey P.  PRITTIE, Eric Albert  112  14  ELECTED  D  GILKER, James Clif.  GORDON, Hugh Bernel  MACLEAN, Ian Norman  52  14  '*   .          KOI ���  33  ELECTED  E  WEST, Frank  X  ELECTED BY  ACCLAMATION  F  BRACEWELL, Vincent H.  WOLVERTON, J, Lome  21  64  ELECTED  /���  December 11th, 1967-  Charles P. Gooding'  Returning Officer  Say You Saw It Iii 'The Times'  IN BRIEF  Another annual Christmas affair was  ,celebrated, last Saturday, when 12 .members  of tho Halfmoon Bay Improvement Association met for a turkey dinner at'tho Jolly  Roger.  Family reunions, such a feature of  Christmas festivities, have already taken  'place In several homes in the Hay. At the  Cunninghams,/Lieut, and Mrs. Joseph  Cunningham havo arrived from Ancastciy  Ont,, with their children Linda and Mark,  Lieut: Cunningham Is, a brotjior of Bob  Cunningham and his wife is a sister of.  Joan Cunningham.  At the Ted Surtees homo there was a  dinner party,to celebrate a family reunion,.  There was great joy in the Murphy  home with the arrival for the holiday of  Patrick Murphy from his Dow Line station.  Mrs. Keith Cornyn has' returned home  after spending a week in Calgary where  she attended a family funeral, ��� ���   ���  ���������������-������Mrs. Ruby Warne has received word  that her, brother, George Casey, who sustained injuries in the car accident in which  his wife was killed, wilf bo sufficiently  recovered to leave hospital to spend Christmas with their brother, Darrow Casey of  Trail. ��� '  Stan, Moffat was one of the successful  hunters who has returned from the, interior with a fine moose.  �����..'  p*<t,.*'ii****w**��j***--��'w*-*i**|-*��**.*-*��***'��^  AT THE TWILIGHT *  THE MOST POPULAR PICTURE OF OUR TIME!  s.aas-aiWiwMiWFtW*^*1^'1*****"'**  ^A044^>^4t%r4'i^f^^*,  -������ V��*X'AlV��__S*-*'',��� '  J-    **,--..��./�����. ,?  I  Kl.EANOR PAHKER  i' ���''�����..  KlCHARD,HAYDN I' w,>mm-.i*mwwii�� ���  nw ���AuuHAnm I imi- ROBERT WISE  "^"���'������-^'-j-ffWTlw***! *Tmk wmf WNr If M*m4 #*"%m*ft"4*ffH*�� thmy��*tf *f Mfttt UI*. * N * fi��*M** *jr **WfH **wT**m, (���#, ^k-^^w*  STARTING DECEMBER 26 * 8;00 p.m,  Wednesday 27th - 1 p.m, ond 8 p.m.  Thursday 28lh - 7:30 pm - Fri, - 1:30 pm and 8 pttt  Monday, January 1st - 7:30 pm  THE TWILIGHT.- GIBSONS, B.C,  i����j**iiu.i.*t<*.imn��***r'H*i*w^��i""^  1' ,x  ��� *   *    ��� f Vi  ^ -*   i i,  TI "I T7f ���  T7  ROBERTS CREEK  -^611^888=242^  Regular Hours: 9 o.m.-6 p.m.  Sunday' 1* p.m.-5 p.m.  Sunday, December 24 Open  Chrisfmas-Day-and^Boxing^Day  Closed;  <��� Sunday-,-.December 31 Open1  _1* pflnfc-S psm*.   Nfew Year Day^Closfed  ??AW^      *r0 A > fK ��^-_ v^ ** V5    ^   v  .y -t ���*  i   r\    if.  *��>} *�� ,*   *���" M'trft,"   A', "'i  A  x  v.  >h aV<*  ���* A -������>,  XAx  ���Aff r-AAJ*  A  y*.  10 SLEEPlNG^ND^OU^EK^EPfN&UKlfTS-  ELECTRIC HEAT ond' COOKING--  *  VANITY BATHS & SHOWERS - TV - COMPLIMENTARY'  .    ,���  ,.   -COFfEEi. ,._���._   .  A  OH BEACH AT BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY  HtfcHWAY 101 -' 2'MtLtS S.( OFvSECHELT  ae  ^^%k,r*      &fiAT-��l< Phone: 885-9*87  ?a. MOTEt-.  YOUR^ HOSTS *���r BtLt JoWd > ANNE~ SMITH  Write? Box 472, Secfielt, B.C.  Phone: 885-9987  REASONABLE RATES  . t       !   j *��y *' '   .   I    "j   * f,"  Jfr- if 41    I     '     -       ���,. a "        _2 ' >       ,*,;        ,'   4*  **  lA"*-   I    4        A  Cltasf\M 4i*ldATI0tecEKTRf  ��,   . 7 ' ''*-   ' -       . i      >=>  $-< * (tatetWigtfig by the 'Choir artf QCjdienc&?i  |f ** Spedi Christmas pieces' (or? trW JcKildreitf "      "     "    '  t   *J Assisting cmKsts are Lucille* Muefler and^Hrlda A.ee���votfdfis*sf''  Wolfgcrffe BUckhorn^-accb^��ohis|  Mrs. LorKe"Wolvertdrv-i^ryfeil^r.      X  /'  oim&xtf-f and MmG TWh���mm^  -x ���'"-iLia.ti  j^,'? ."\y.��* r��.n ^'i ,<-.yi._.^.>.*j*L^i._aL i   I-*    *���>���    ���.���:*.#<    #    I    #*(  ���^"-*- M>^>  season  fb!siWjj_  out  H. BISHOP LADIES' WEAR  SECHELT, B.C.  Xast TricR ILlT&EtWtmi  l    kifcl**,    A.^*1-.  ;     ���   -^bfAlJ.C. ^  ���^CEfeoviDuceV 1S2&) *       " v"-' v        : ' "A vo,v"- \^\-i1-.*   v   ****a��-i._ ��������  .    Late in the eveninrpf a blustering day    a^ay from ���a. steamboat-few,���cpitld..lceep ^  ^f-early:^cmg_a-tall-ship-bacKea;-lle^-,   ab^4tj>tlfi^cteVeE_ship_at.iieh.b^f._   '. **���'  _...��� j .,r^. t-^���j ���-..- -..^    "The wind is quartering��� 'Port main brace!'  mainyard off the Lizard as a> powerful tug ,,  ranged alongside. There was a brief gleam    Check "J ��* ?a^S^*. ft!'P*3.  hoppy  sea   as  we    'Loose the stays'Isr-mam-sheet atjtP  ^���������������������������������-��w��j��wiiwai>'-i*ii��w'*i**'ii>ii'i**i��*i*i*i*il��i*^*i*i  f-   ���  ii&L!DAtf jbY TO YOU!  I'll    i'    ��    ��AH  *tMmpt*jwiinii  SUWfWCREST SVtOTEt^ COFFEE BAR-  " : ^��� r   PEARL and N0R& ���*  ,   ..1 *.u.*<w- -^,    ,* Gibsons,'BvCk^-s-Vv';j"/i  ,*f.. ��<.-*. y^-'----'*���**"'������'--#<  l����iMMMMi-i*l*l*l*i*l��iUMiMWBW*ii*'ll*1*ill*l��  of  sunset  light on a  choppy  _-_   __   ...  crowded to the" rail, and the white-squalls She s- ab.ve-the good old craft,  that.fiad-buffetect'us afday seemed lifeety5 And we're hotoei��a,rti%dufid^witK,tiwo^c��xo -  to settle into a regular sou'wester���and we         "P^y*                         , , - ,        .   �� *_2_  were entering the narrow seas off our, own.        K<>und the world and ba��c again from a ��;  stormy "coast.'  The" master of the clipper long��' tramping--*��� voyage fiyii^ before the 45  ship &Trf-the-tugbOat-skippter argned^'it out- win* to-her-own home'^port���to-be laid ^  in  a  shouted  conversation but  could not aside or broken up, or cut downjmd^put �������  come to" terms over the price of a'-tiw to humble'usfes;^such was-th'e fate of-our ��J  up-charinel.   Turning away from- the'- rail *al1' clippers;  those  dreanf shfps^ of-v the <&  at last'wth a" face ruddy from his'exei:- braiders and > queens of the sea  that yet ^  tions our "old man" spoke briefly to tfie reign in the memories of a few old sailor- -g  mate:   "Square away Mr. Plumpton. Wll men.   There are grand1 ships" afltfat today HSi  sh'6w thiatAbiank^pirate!    We'll  sail*-^r . and men aboard vthem as  good  as ever 3.  Up.*                                                  *";f ���;��� were^-'buts&ifiefhing^fihe passed- with those -^  With a romping- fair wind, freg^aing saflingr witches of- old: ^  every- hour, the old ship flew up^najjnfl. ^MSKmmmwnwminS^inSSEmKMmHM "^  ^���.IfiiWa^eai^  EUROPEAN STYLE  tinajs  to - a!l @w Merads f rom  st. mmT% kiixiLiARY  ���-���������*���   ^  ��    -*, - ^J**���,^.<^ff^r���*r���^^  �����.*���  IRS. JACK<MORGAN -  MR AND MRS; LOUIS BE^ER^  MR? AND MRS. JACK'MOllGA^" "    ^VVAiTfeR'A^'lRE^WtipJTWjtV  .....  CLIFF AND GLENNX'SAliXHtlB^^  ERIC, INA! GRAFE AND 'GWLS"';  DR. AND MRS.-B1LL STUART/' s  MR. AND MRS. GORDON HALt" ���"  AND GIRLS      -   ���    ,  JACK AND LEE REDMAN -  SAM'AND ADA^DAWE .j-  ART AND MARY REDMAN'  4r *V $-i ���*..���**   V*-      �����*������-.*���>���  boarded her ih London in 1904; -we^^^e    $  homeward bound and she' could nbFrefl^oiEf  the knots too fast for us.  tFnder that h^buse-  flag-Vthere was little sheening* sSil^-tnat  night there would be none; V     '  "Crack: on"-'skipper;��� we're?*not caring^  Homewar-d^bbund'witlr two^years'vpayi"vf     , .  ���if-^ne- had- imown, as tie stood jhfcMe   tR^adyr far Holiday Season S .,,A  wheelabf the old'clipper that night'with|th*e    s-   A^g*   ��� ��   *    ,       < '������,        \   Ax,  darker? loom of' towerint icanvas overhead    ^    PleaS��  place  OfderS   by     5   jSS;  I  I  *������**&  4��  '��������������  4*li.  ���ST  dimlyiseenvagainst the sky; with-thevffoam    y  i��.i  _��^r^i  ���/.>.-     :_,^-V-JL_    _^-Vl_J* _���_Ti_* iU���ft.AT^'.    '       S.  ��� ^**    ^-      **  of 1her> sMft jpasSiitg seething- alorigsidef tHe ^  wake* -^boiling asterff: arid the buntafing-s Of (  a-r sti^gR gal# in;"Ther" taiit rigiiinl^^a* %$    \\  was his last trick at the Wlteel^ttiat%evier    ��:  ffgain^wcftiid'Jhe''guide a! greSt-sffiprf-of! sail  TTTXW&^^lt-ZZ&ZmYlfffarX&STi  THAMKS VOTERS  "A\4M ,' '  'Hv ,-- feO     ** . 1    ,1  (Wr'fflM'   '   '  if]  ��� �����cH*��-*,WjS5 *���,]'���' 1  ?."# 'i''.' '  ",-J" ,.!Mf        .(��� >  ' --"nyf-VA'".  .. *,    -���-H'y ;..*:', "*   .  1%' , r  ' "11  ' v. 1, mm'    '   mi  A.%f     -    -J  ly-'i,  U'lt u  ,-,,;��i5  /, * a  (MSI ' .1  ��' f1   Kfcm  ir?4yff  iU4\'il  mil 'll'  ���'A -m  '''SiVf  ','��� "til!  to those who supported me during.the past municipal .election;in;  my bid for Chairman of Secnelt Village Council.  The substantial support.given me was. greatly -appreciated.  THANK-YOU  \ h  J��S0pfc B��B1fS��l* -  onsheis stately course';.,perhaps the' kte'en    &.  5. ....  phoning 886*7489  for FREE delivery.  SECHEIT FISHERY  James Wharf, Secheit     !  5  ed^Vcfeliving attthat * time and 'fplace? and  inVtose i<^'cinh'stancess woiild' histveAbeen    ��A*  dulled; A  ���   ���, ���    ���;.'������.��� -��� ,- , -.V-...-,��� ���&  ��� Brother knevritTii^sup^ r  had been would always be, that sail would.    to^CT^o/wwwww^www^^wCT^  cbmpihipn Stea^ -���_-.-. A-.  flew. the> Red liuster-continue tof roam the>;  ��  I  5   *��  - HENRY, LOUISE CHRISTENSEN"  AND BOYS     . ,,;;,  - ERVIN AND DIANNE BENNER    .  MR. AND'MRS' HARRY HIllC   '  BILL AND JESSIE.YOUNGS0N  HOWARD AND ELEANOR CARTER  DICK- VONA*CLAYTON; RICHA^D^  "���"-"NEIL, JANET AND GRANT  AL AND ROSA SWAN AND FAMILY  LES, MIKE JACKSON'A'ND FAMILY  HARRY AND GLADYs'bXTCHELOR '  MRS. ISABELLA COX"  * V �� MR.- AND,MRS: J.' G: LE QUIME  _ X, MR:;A^D MRS. fbM BLIGH  -     - EN/E" AND ORV'MOSCRIP  --_       MP5. ZILPHIA'aAcCREA  -) \    BfUIE AND JULIE STEELE  *' ���    MRS.' CHRISTINA CRUCIL  FRED/TOVA'JORGENSEN, SUSAN  ' AND PENNY  f  1     ED:XND CELIA MESSNER  ������    SONNY; AUDREY^BENNER  AND FAMILY  BILL, BEULAH-LAWSON AND FAMILY  LES AND>OLLY'CHAMbERLIN  ^     NORM A^l>/^ARG BURLEY  leo, elsie johnson and family  ray; shannon-stockwell  and family      ,���.;,..,.:.���..;.  standard motors  RfCJ-htfe'S RENTAL  GUNNAR'; PHOEBE AND SANDRA:  HANSON  jrM'AND-'P^YLLIS PARKER  ���������  5  ��������  3  ^  m  9  In lieu of Christmas Cards/a rfondtion has been sent   9  to the S^cHfeft ^B^dlft^'ilp^;|!kospitql *  M&rftorfel Fund.  Vv*  -*3f-..  ���1;  ��Sr--  s* ' ������������������  3  M!  1 r   ,. '*��� V V1'  ��� '. ,-V'.A!M-'  Activities Regularity to The Times?  toth^r^squareiriggerS;vT the majority of ���Brt-  tis^'r^0stiry.xV;We: h^d^orne; old hearts of  oa(k'ittVour-shipfs- company who'had been  atispft: under sail ;all* their years sinpe  boyhood and'could tell .of "good ones" that  were :known to fame in1 the sixties���but  they told- off the- Channel lights as we  -brought -tbem abeam one by one as eagerly  as the first voyagers. It was. a life fit for  a. pian���aboard those .wide-winged" ships.  ^ar* astern'' showed the* tugboat's Trtast-  h'eafd;i Ugbt;, Deprived | of! a, fat to*r byv the  b'ifll^ sbu^ester; by our'great' biailptfhlng  ��� elxWa'nseT of sail(andl straining' sheets^ and  oiit-'fdioted in' pctiht: of' spiied; her'' skfpM-  still hung on; h6pihgifoii the lesset'jol/'of  titkftg*ii3 uprlyei-I Btithe^dr^p^d steadily  ;asteii^|.'; 'it ��� iwai ��� nbth frig; noyf "jf6^'"us^toj" wlaiK  '   'f'liifn  '���t '%}  ft ' w  '"7> Ji?\  fX'\W  ' ,; III  \\t '11 {# 1  V'w  __ _���, . ,  '"T.i'i''r2l____________{^^     "���n   *'��� iwwy ���  good MWf&ik'^ ,  gefl  ''*%��Z#  ptf*     fifal  ���a Frtt��i-      '  >|��.wf.|��-.-M"��*.��*-.<-i-Ala ffBUP^      ' \ ^����w*is��ta*-t-fi������w��--#*** **8|| kJ"_A**i  AW  ^*HliW(lllMl-TM$i���*39 ��|s*(pl��V(*Ai")"  .$>  AH��n  ***���  a*  1 ��*i��ftf%(sW*i*ife%���� J*i%ffld��w��^^t��^iW(*wwH*^^ -j,axi.E4p3i-.���r'^_fci~- ^     ^  y\*\iAAn^v'-t7. "7 j.  .1        A    ,  it*  ���0��3 3  rxnXj\���  <-yrt-*r"  rni'��M i TOT'-, \-|i  X  -a      I-. '  J_=3L ._-  1.  4      I  _3 t  ���fl 1/  ,1 ���  - .��� ��>  J> * H, 4? ,  ��� .* I-**-*- u*-*'*.*  s   __/  - 7 -��.  -.^v ��� ���   a-"u   ~-   *  1  , J .1-  ''J I.  S&imSodali  ��� TREE TOPPING  ��� BULLDOZING,   ^ ,-  ��� BREAKWATER REPAIRS  ��� BEACH CLEANING  T    _J_    __       _*��_j ,?S  Gibsons-886-9^46  %' *�� A i  ^WfljiYout Neighbours  JVflfc W'ALTER'tiugS'no Blomgren Known to  his MeraT^al^life, va*. a itcent \isitor  to ^^enlreS^ iteming hi-, visit he stayed  ���mth'Mja^njiWl^fimSj 0 Blomgren in Roberts &-WYQffiftb!_mber 2nd minj of the  i DrTtaqay'so^e^sn^ea the spotiijot with tab  || ur-cle H^r^--1o#tli^ occasion was dene's  ��� sifter 0#4, JH^-fifil her husband Lorne  1 from WltMM^liafee. They ato were  guests of'MiJ^aj^omgren  ,FplSo^in0f^taWati(>i. from Elpmnstonc   ht  High SchoaM^oti <Jene attended CBC  for' seVen }M&- m taugnr high --chool at  lfib'iMll6'K��^Wh0n accepted a teaching p^ifio^WMgh school at Alert Ba.  Vfci*e he \MM*\Mil June WS7 and then  itfgjM itm^m' summer in SeViard,  10^ teach ei accompanied  *Baj high school students  A ffeefu! of qood v/ishes tor: alii  *- -*,  MANGEMENT ANI> STAFF  RICfctfRD; CRAW6R& & do;  _,t-������,���, ..*.,, ���   ���-���������,, ���..�����.,,-.�����������,,-,, r-,   T, ,f  ,������   , .p*,...   T** _..^ ^ __..iv    ,  r p. ^-    .^ .^... |     ^    ^  *��MWMMMMIMM����MMI��MH-rifaMMr��M^  i*   U} i  ^N'i  *��"*v?;r>*?  ' ^l-i". ,V��t'%>"  j,-4     (  -' ^,v A#t77'\? t-f>!f ''AC** ;'-;f.',irt. ^%;���"���*r.'>>**:    4  ���!*r \*��/*-��'JJJf*>t..'>..^!.s-*'tf^3^'>  ��:? A>-ji.  ^us * .... w   ..    .  ���5*  *��  ;��<*--  'r-       iXX   \A   A**1*''- ^      '. I  1*1  ^ .t*.  ���i ^-  --R^identf liM tf^fe:S  ZyRJCH LIFE OF CANADA  - ,*A*-r-?'  * ,XiZ  >  **      -,'s   -wiifij-r   >  >     y      t       **"      i i.}    . r      ,*-,��   M-"y  ,      .   .jSERVW^^THErSUNSHlNECOAST *  /- ^77  Phone 886-2881  rt^^T^rfc*.-^fa tf*f -*����������%* j  ,-us*y** it. ���*;^^,*-;-^.Vu ^-  Box 500; Gibsons  -*.'-  /���"-��* r*��**.  > i*-���������-vr^- ��^y-~t*-^JVf��� *�������������� S'*)^-   {fiVf-1   *��� i* ^  ...S..-/.'**_V_^_f fg tfrr?^>�� **?*'z\*: .r * ���*  'l|��      t     .       ���> !���       ^<-*        4,'M.f _ ���VfK-*AH  IttOlilltGUSiD^R^  A) wish for a  happy Yuletide  with trimmings;  JERRY and JOHN  AT  GIBSONS BARBER SHOP  V*       M*V��l*N"��Mlf��|-*'i  ^  ffi^WH^.iWI^Wfl-MV^lWJ^!  eighth birthday on Tuesday, December 12th  and "Was- hostess to,a' few -youngi friends ai  t a party*1 in^ her^ hlbtfie'' in ,WeSt^ Sehcelt!  Guests"in'cluded l^onna "Whyfe7", Barbara  Jackson, Vicki Benne^ Kathy Oike, and^  Penni Jorgensen.��sAlso present for the  "occasion was Elaine's! grandmother  MrsS  has been visiting her son Ian Mactavish in!  Victoria, B.C. ',��h�� has'reftjrjned to Victoriar  but will be in West Secheit again to spend*  Christmas with her son Malcolm Mactavish"  and his family. She-%plans on spending a\  year in Canada -b&f6re7reiurning- to Scot-5  landr     ^     ,7��,�����   ��� ac      'mm ,-A^' t  * Mrs: jurmtn }*:&&& *m 4a*&  tained nine youngsters ^t dinner at herf  home. The cmldren- ark-members of the4  primary Sunday School class of the Sun*^  shSWCdaWG6m��ChW:W .Thrdtnn'er ^as'  a ChWs^^tre^for'th^younglohw.      ,  The cnflclreff of: the' Secheit Elementary  Schodl ehjjoyed two Wplt Disney shows as  a; Christmas treat, they were Peter and  thes WffUti" and Hie African Lion. West  ] Secheit school children were present as  | well. The shows -were shown in the morn-  i ing: and'also*in the'^afternoon, in order to  accommodate' all the pupils.  illy  "l  I  I  I  I  \ .so delightful anytime!,,  v^_? ti. i*a    if- *aa    h^v^c   ^^yA  Tins advertisement is,npt poblishe^ot displayed  \tf the Uqoof Control Board or by the Government *  .,    of British, Columbia.  ' s^SsKSEt    ���* *  ^iRATHECOLQR  \ tfeawiy*..  w  it  wd. tf- iim&��tify^ii0*&'&  ^*t*rJj��w*jL.y*liifcr*i   v***����yn-   iFfyr.^*.   **P-n,-iy*  SPECIAL MAT8NEE - 2 P.R/1. -SATURDAY 23  SE^OW WHITE ^��������  i ���>_",-*- i _  ElNl C0EDK  THREE STOOGES  *        kux-..,,^*- fc<,*J-v        /Vt,>  ��� I.--..I..- M .���������.I ..���( Jr.,- ���������!���'��� -i^" ������ ���**? ���������-(p-"^" ^ Hgl*"^**"^ <**^4*��?****��"*��**^*^gt'��if'��������� ���'<^*^'**��-,i?-*^'^'a^  i  MMMM*4  1 ���',  I  jt *   w *"i^ ^ *  .    / . ��  l.���w  , ^J. ^. ^ ^ w ^  ��u-  a.  f  | Gibsons Vr. Firemen  | elect 1968 officers  | GIBSOI1!^ Vplunteer Firemen appointed a  j, 1; new-' slate of' officers for 1968 at the  V last Meeting which' includes:  j ^hiAf'i   Pill1   G-r.Mii      A-clctm  ���t  }  ���,*_��_" a!. H  i K- tfefetfey' aii'd' B.1 Can^pboil; 'chairman, D.'  ��� DM' Seferetiity; i (J.1 Gibson; Publicity, F.  I ne\\a^i\  Bfemtytfship,   Z,   Knowles,.  C.  Hut'nmel.   B,V Duffas;   Entertainment,   F. ���'  MuryhV D.' Sharl*, H. Davie.  and help yours  td a safe^ C  * i'  ���1  4  **  li  ���  i;  I1'  I'  r  ���i  v  Friejndshl^' isMn loving rather than In  _PhfeiloVea; ^nich' If " '���-��� '*--��-  tfoh^aAiJf' rt&ftnponse.  . * ���, �� _~     *  ���m��[wl*t i iiiiliifliiBiiMwttiBwAa  3    i -Priefj  J  wthfei loVe^ ^ich' is its mutual bencdic  J twrUr  >- ���  I.  s^mr.,  V  fl  WITH ^JOY... AND MAY  ��� -GOODVFEaOWSHIP  lilGH^ UP YOUR ��AY  ��ni*t,!"*^����1*,'itr��W'  *  ���GREETINGSiFRQM, ALL OUR .MEMBERS'  To everyone a Very HoPP'V' Holiday  ''"," "'"7" ���'������'���;������-��� a-'������^���^ from";.' _         ,' "' ,   Local 207 Inftorhoitlbn-flil: \BiWtli*f**ar ,o?' PmIp?  Sulphite and Pn|ioriiilH WoHkers  tim#M*#tiiW��*4ii*  I  L\  ^##-*MHWi*w��^*M-.M*��*^*^\^M-*��Kt^*-' fcn-JiwWtf-.-^'r- m  It t iHWf <J1��(N����^**I  SMiiW^  Ydu can help yourself-to* a eafo^" ��o nQtoybu,<B:a! Tol^ta mail.  ClWmaa by Iceepi^g ^jkt of    ing* to all o* its ourto����Tft  iolPA   n��^mberS f��r fir��"   B^0^ ^^on which you q^  potoo,  ambulance a��a other ' iJ^^fiSaaR'Awiwdam^  omergenoy services bejrtc^youtr*   Wumb^iiW^iMti^ti^Wti^iiwr  way soason. '   miivn j���� ��� l_  tedW'krtHWi^'tt^V^;;^  ^   ���W'tW*' w, thisv card v arm  ?v?  i TV ���6 of year, and ,, available^ your B.O. Tel ofttoe  ���w���� bo at work; *wta��ji^-HitM^ '  4��4mj* tan ot tlfc-ltahjp'  sfaM&^aiySoT   '  ' K  '    t'l  ������ii  I  MMM;  \,    ^ tt. t I * M  *^^ '*l| > ��WW T*  oano-t  i i  "���i-MNi*.  ������"���f"  WUHI"  to all our  .'loy^pati^iis^^-  \ " .    ������   .  GRdROK and WAUTER FUVY  SECHELT BARBER SHOP  *���!���������������*���  ���*.;  -S-*,  *-.��*>  ��w *-.��!�� l(ii��Wwc*f*  ,   ���'��  ft"tfc��sWj tfr* �� ���vimvflr'-fAftP'*  I*  \.  A\  w  '���1 I  Jl*^ JM&L.1"' ___k_i'l_j_Ji* J*  r_w-_f_iP_A  ��� i#v # -���fi��'_Sr--  ��, M.^^ ^^h*^*"^. ����� W^W^M^1 ** A?AI Mfb A*,*.*.  '. ���/ ��� I . H ^. . artn M��. fnt   .'vsrf I    A ' ^  ii ,<!  'I"H*��-       "*�����*��� * #|   ���M��*1-t  ���t*1HW�� *    *~��.t f     I  ........,v.  I <bwW JHflpJitttiDitMMHinHk ���  IB**"*���* HW����iliUH*HB*������l4" tfwlt *   M����Wirf��*��!*i*  v..  re if,as hi*    lSa-swi1" '  4, A"  I  I  'I'   '  ���*.  I,  ' ''   i  �� * ,, , ��� \ ��,�� * ��! s . 4 i\ i \ *. ��� �� �� i i ��. * *. i i( \ * \ \ * * a ��� ' *��* * �� > \ n * \ s f      i, '��%,>��>> 't,>i"f��'>i^,V*',lji)n*f  "H 7, ^ * ��� "? 1'       >i*> -  i r . ' ���    *  ���      .   _^ -. ^ * i&*._ **,,. "��� \   ~ll. V Wbt���  ~try-y^���^-������r^ _��� ��� . Vr~ ~  ~   ���   "���"        ~  -������7j^'yzxzzrn$&&$&&v��$��&  t^tt^zttttttzttttattittztz^tttz^^ ~   ~. '   \v_{i<' ""*, *r_��. -7ja... ,..7^ .;.      \-   . ..'-'-..?_���"���"  1  p*��ii**����ii  GRANTHAMS STORE  Page B-4  Wednesday, December 20,1967  ������������iia��ii-��iuMM��ih��Miiii'M-i*it*^  :��{  - ^  as  v-,  Yi,  *. u  * a**  *fe  r* *��� \ --' *���  ^Pjtfi&i}^'  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  , ��� ,3 ,,*.*��� '.v' ���'���"* -^---      *v ��* -���    ���-      ���"���   ���   -'* -  ���J i   ;���!*'  ���������i.i f.,y ���/,.  ;h  .8  :'i,.*  ���I"  / ��i  7*1  '.  1  I, it fl  f  Hi  '  ������  ���^  "il  Mi  r)5)  ilii  : 8  Doubly hearty good wishes  for hapt>y hoiMays to everyone!  Auxiliary executive  The.Peninsula Timet    Installed last week  at  the" annual and the new President, Mrs. Phyllis  general meeting of Secheit Auxiliary Parker. Standing: Mrs. Mabel Wag-  to St. Mary's Hospital, the new execu- man, publicity; Mrs. J. A. Morgan,  tive is ready to start the new year, secretary; Mrs. Margaret Burley,  Seated' are installing officer, Mrs. treasurer; and Mrs. T; I. B. Sniitli,  Mary Gordon, Director of Nursing vice-president.  Hospital Auxiliary . . .  New Executive elected  during annual meeting  A VERY pleasant luncheon prior to the    for a jnost successful term as president Of  recent Annual Meeting of the Secheit    the Auxiliary and- then presented: her with  Auxiliary to Saint Mary's Hospital. the Past President's Pin. AdOjuninient fol-  Under the chairmanship of retiring pres-    lowed. '  ident Mrs. 0. Moscrip, the meeting' heard  reports from each committee of' the Auxiliary.  .Concerning the events of this past month  Mrs C. McDermid reported on the great  success of the Smorgasbord. A fine evening was had by all and a profit of $505.03  was realized. Thanks were extended to  conveners Mrs. C. McDermid and Mrs. J."  Parker.  Mrs. L. B. Johnson reported on the success of the Christmas raffle. Later in the  meeting the draw was made and the lucky  ���winners .were: Crocheted table cloth���Mrs.  M. Reid; Barbie Doll and Wardrobe���  Mrs. A. Swan; Baseball mitt and ball���Mrs.  J. D. Parson, of Lethbridge, Alberta.  Thanks to the efofrts of Mrs. Johnson and,*,  the raffle item donors, the profit realized**  was $167.93.  Secretary Mrs. J. A. Morgan, reported  that the Annual Canadian Hospital Auxiliary Convention will be held in Vancouver  in May. Plans will be made in the new  year for representation from Secheit.  Monthly reports from the Volunteer  Chairman, Mrs. J., Redman, Thrift Shop  Chairman, Mrs. L. Hill and Hospital Showcase Chairman, Mrs. D. .Hayward showed  that November and December have been  busy months for the work of the, Auxiliary.  Co-ordinating Council Chairman, Mrs. A.  Swan, reported that the B.C. Hospital Auxiliary Regional Meeting will be held on the  Peninsula on April 24. Mrs. 0. 'Moscrip  will convene the plans for this event.  At the conclusion of the annual meeting,  the election of 1968 officers was held and  following is the new executive for the coming year: '  ' President, Mrs. J. Parker; Vice-President, Mrs. T. I. B, Smith; Secretary, Mrs.  J. A. Morgan; Treasurer, Mrs. N. Burley;  Publicity, Mrs. G, Wagman.  Mrs. Mary Gordon, Director- of Nur.sinf?  at Saint Mary's Hospital, then installed tho*  new officers and offered her congratulations.  Mr, James Parker brought greetings  froitf the Hospital Board and spoke briefly  on the progress of the hospital expansion  program.'  The newly elected President, Mr.s, J.  Parker, on behalf of the Auxiliary, thanked  Mrs. Moscrip for her fine leadership and  ^^WSfQ^^m^  -t Here's wishing yoii tho l6ng-lavsti'a_r -.  happiness of an old-fashioned Yulel' \[',  MANAGEMENT AND STAFF  -    *    'A    '      * -    A      _   \  STANDARD MOTORS OF SECHELT LTD.  K       ���        \  Trr  "fT ���*������***�� ���***>���i*i;'��  *>    ���*���  .       V  CAMPS�� CME  Dec. 24 -25 -26-31 -  Jan. 1st  OPEN   "  Dec. 27-28-29 r 30-  Jan��, 2nd  ���Greetings  good friends & neighbors!;  A     ��� <���%,/���** x 'aIai  [AIX OF USfAT- l:   <*.?-[  r.     '....��'      ~*~A '  4. <�� I  "A  1 * V   ,1  i, i  L?*a  KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR STORE  " GIBSONS,. ,B.��  ��� '".".'.A'i!  * " * *->��� ������      -.       , *       (    -���-���' ? J * ** -f   -"- ...���^���...........���....���������������.���.'....-.���-|.M.-i..i.........MM    I . .     I ,.  I    I ��� I     . I.I '  >.'   . II     ������.,,.- I.  "j  * *���    , 'ft  > ���,'  >x> *���'  vt*. \,    a  i   '  ..- ���:>?    ->     -.  -.   1 <>   *'",  \'A���"    *,V   ,  "      t.7,   '    '"'Os  '' *V*   ,; f i%*  fXit.'       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Wednesday, December20,1967     # Pages 1-6 ?Je-,!?1*1t^workA'iih-- pleasant Anew j a;     --,.
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DESPITE major slmtdowiwinjbe-first six 'sumptioji in,the' 1970s7 The FAO estimates
^7moriti^7)f-4he^a^7B707wra           are the world consumed 44 million metric tons
generally optimistic' about long-term pros: of paper' products In 1350, 77 mfflon tons
pects on the "world pulp and paper market in i960 and 96"million tons twoi y«5cs ago.
"Every ^ majors pulp apd paper producer  , soa*6 OUTMODBD *          '    >< l
to to pwMdne».has announced production projections .prepared by the Canadian
&L$&4?S^ Pulp and^PipeV-LSciation indicate Ihe
^ JEfi!^. ?y*ra??.L!,ld m ^.U"1*8* world wiU need i66 mmiDntons in 1W5-
2rtaws*"          - double to total consumed inJ962.
: v But' company e?ecutiviBs are betting on ' ^ respandea^^nill faciUties now planned
reJHvenated  world  markets   about  eight ■wffl-£^se'S.c?5 Pr6duction capa^ty ny
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,_,                        .              „_..      .   '• .Another, serious problem the companies»
? -European 4;ompames are exerting stipng face is ,:a'id technological improvements •
-pressures on European markets that have fe  p^.^a£j%^JpipiK7 M$s ■
:m4he:*past ^dominated by Canadian jJ^Sn-^ ago are^biSdened todS t
- • ■,     ' -     . Many executives feel that building all
CAUGHT. IN SLUMP •' S(^ °* -mills now is putting the- cart be- (
'    itt'B;C, to timber companies have been fo^e to horse.   Wait, for a -better, market
caui&t.in'the .mlddje' of, massive expansion ^^ ton • build^ -the, mffls^with the most.
jilans by to world-market slump.  Sixteen modern, equipment* available at that time,
rpulp! mills*now. are under-construction, be- they, s*jr. /   ; ';*:   -• .
;ing planned or under renovations. ',   '" ' "The* provincial'jgo^ernineht has so far'
'■ ■" The-%ompa*tie8 want 'to -'feneiid cfosfe'io done little* to7lm*ietter1%e inflhx 3of 'pulp I
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an extrk %QS5,0QI* tonr'ofpaper^ products ? of, several majop comp>ame» have •caDed-for. * *
annniiliy during the'next three years to,a ,some sort ot oird^cly-development, ,       v  ;
matkfet'already glutted "with surpluses. .   __: report iot^ the B.C. industry prepared
A|be province produced.5.5 million tons several months ago by.Sandwelland Com-
of paper products of the 27.5 million tons pany,  engineering  and management  con- -
.tow?d'<tur by Canada in 1986.. Pulp add suitants, noted that as ^ariy as May, 1966, »
paper* represented   about  30   percent   of officials of .MacMiUan Bloedel were warn-
* British* Columbia's $1.1 billion total forefct ing about-the, dangers «ot.o«er-prpduction.
industry production last year. ^ te^tti^ ^ company "has re-'
-CAPACITYVOFF' " '    ■ peatedly urged, an orderly expansion pro- '
In; 19*6, when the market was healthier, S™m, for to industry,
mills in this province and the rest of Can- DA1 .„._ eecMj
"ada.Operated at about,95 percent capacity, BALANCE SEEN'
the ^uest book, aret Mi?s Ainr Ross,
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The  B.C.  companies arc  caught in  a M Pn,» long-term basis there are signs
dilemmai that demand will balance supply.
Production costs are rising, earnings in The unions involved - in all aspects of
most cases are dropping. Newsprint prices timber manufacturing and production, prin-
have been increased to offset the  added cipaljy  the International Woodworkers  of
production expenses. America and the' International Brotherhood
On the other hand, the Food and Agri- of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers,
cultural Organization of the United Nations are watching the situation anxiously,
predicts there will bo a world surplus of The forest industry employs 79,000 Bri-
more than 600,000 tons of paper products tish Columbians, 15,000 of them in pulp
during 1967. an(j pnper prpductlon,   To date, tho shut
, Canadian  producers   have   known   ofr downs' havo left about 1,800 men idle for
some timo that production cutbacks would periods of up to three weeks
be necessary, says J. V. Clyno, i chairman
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plocdol, tone of the world's largest pro- R. M. Fowler, president of the Pulp and
ducers. Paper Association, is generally optimistic
Clyno said in a recent interview hc ex- about the future of tho pulp and paper
pects tho,soft market to continue into tho business.
1970s,   MacMillan Bloedel is running well ' "Despite somo surplus in kraft pulp at
behind production capacity—just how far the moment, there is no doubt that all
behind, company officials havo refused to present capacity in the industry, including
divulge. mills now undor construction, will bo nccd-
,   Tho .timber companies aro betting on a cd in a short timo," ho said in a recent
mass^vo Increase tin paper products con* paper.
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In this-'city, the USC prbgrain 3Q percent'-ot.these, children"conie to school  is  adrititiisttted Uy the/SalVatioii Army, v,o�� ari>mpty 'beHy")-j ^oSt* of -ohe -ecrittm .  undar Major p. J. Gardiner, and according ManSet for 'anifidigent'-lcbdkii family  to Bf.Jt^fta Hitjchmanova's-report from '$rOO*; dne-��ottbnt sari toe, an -indigents?  ���    Aer  recent visit there  "the  program is in-the Kodai ar^a .-. - $t.7tf."  desperately  needed   and  extremely   well  organized." t USC FIRSTS  Says^ Major Gardiner:  "This- Canadian        u^c ** responsible for the first contrib-  milk is saving many lives . . . these people "J?1* ^tt ^Mjperafive m Delhi State at  wouM^die without this food." ^^"f*   Over 700^ families pay Rs 6  -4,-* .  -y   '        . .   .    .    ._."A      , (less than 1 Canadian dollar) per family  "fcach oC our recipients JS int��rviewed ^ar ^ have comple^ frSme<Sal,  ^fe^ja^ SS?fl^y(Clal midwifery and ambulSce services.   This  ZtH&lV^f^rf^byttdTZ^ is  the Theapert   contributory  scheme  in  ���*2S��?^ S fe6!��n the dlStnbU" Jn^*  Dr. Bali who ha* been on the USC  ton list," said .Dr. Hrtschmanova. staff for several; years> toW mfi -&. *j^ar^h  "After being on the food rua with Major 1966, "Yodr m^h^y ; wjf-i fB^sfetl."   "Our  Gardiner in 19^ and again last "February, small Village  is tbday faifeotis  in  Delin  .     I am convinced, that in spite of severe state became of the imp it^ received froli  ;    rationing, rising food prices and therefore - Car&&T?$F&&&effi  more   widespread ,���hunger,_ qut_ recipients that after it had witHdrawii its assistanefe,  looked better than a year ago. There is no the relaticmship eonfinaes to-be one of corn-  other explanation we can think of'than the plete friendship and appreciation, and is not  regular milk feeding program with Caii- dependent oh ihMtey.    7  \    adian milk which according to Major Gar-        In ^e .^flai area- tiie; tJSC Mi ihtrb-  sBciitt lis^t m prisints  .    f A f>  A       1 '��  rr  J*t* a  '  GIBSpMS, 0.C.  ^>A  a  t*\ ' -A -"'  _t . *. '..    . *���+ *_        *r^ *ct   / ,7*     ��  ���4=  FH., Sot., Tutf., Dfeiemb&r 12, 23 and 26  .�� T.f   '. .    l   -    ��'-  WAY-WAY OUT  Jerry; Lewis, Connie Stevens  *    ne nas ever nanaied ��      r�� >    thecostdtlOc pw*chfld;7Rie childr^ffwill  ^whopping   cough,  *4*mm^m0mi4mW��mmmmm*~'*+***r*'*mM**mm>mT*  ���' 7k<?, "<^ , ^^twuSKBBSnn 7  A  they have their meal at S.A. Headfluarters.    ^n  rftceipi*  will   be   issuerf for ttx  5        ���tfie school program to 30D children    oumo**-*      7*     .  * /   t�� ^* * i.j      .    ������-   . -i     }   .        i     ,.purposes..v, ��� ��������� ��� ��� ���-. .:xi \  j (which I did not see because my train wis     ���;���-,-,.,.,,  ' ,- ��� ^*-i�����..  5 2 hours delayed); ..'��� i y  i        -t-VpV m$b 'is now also used for baby  i feeding and the T��i program.   '  j Peamrt BuHer Biscuits:   In Kodaikanal;  5 it costs only $37 Canadian to make 200  J pounds of these protein-filled biscuits per  J Week.   One ugly looking,  dark,  not  too  ! appetiiing biscuit costs lc and it is made  j of bulgur wheat, cornmealy cheese, peanut  s�� butter? potter oft and 5Q pounds of milk for  j.  We distribute  V   i*   * j__y  ***�����_* il*"      **      ���0��7"  ^'���wy iff  K*!**- Af !_*'        *i !_yf_W__3n  �����     Vi��"��  *v^.  ft-*;*"��*&'  ANSWER YOim CMRBtf^  SEAL LEnEH TCSM  Cdrtoon  Technicolor - Cinemascope - Out 10 p.m.  ������������ ..   11��� i ������������-���������m ��� ���i iiiii^n^ifi ii ���**-* mi 11 m-mmm*m*mmimmmu��� ���-���til������  Wed., Thiir., December 27, 29  MAIABONDO  .(RESTRICTED)  ���** ���' % ���'*  Documentary  ^ Out 10 p.m.   ��� -.  - ' ��� * ���* 4   ���*���&"��� 4 f"/ *<jj  Fri., Sbh,.Mori., Dec. 29, 30 and Jan. 1 J? t  J   .,  ji f-V\>  SERGBfIT DEADHEAD ^   ^ ^ ^  Frankf Avbjorr, Deborah Wcilley  v      ^   7 ^qrtoon  VTechnicolor7 * Qui 10 p.m. _ ^  ECHEtT THEATRE -^^-Js^  T&S0 TfaeafB^-ora the Waterfront  < ',<* ���*  f* * *p  Vh-.^  *   �� , each JiO pduflds of Wsciiife  5   '2 biscuits to each child un  >    visit  under 12 on each'  j        USC' Shopping List:   One ,6-ounce glass '  5 of liquid .ittflk . . I Xc;'6ne protein-filldd'.  j, pehnut butter -b^uit .., , lc; one doctor's  5 visit in aft! lsdated ��� villa;g6 with' the most  9 up-to-date drugs),'; '... 4c, three poinds of  ��  0.  with more interest  (,, i   ,i ... i fH_  I   ,  \  ��.        I  I U        i 11  GM5 AIJTGM01M LTD.  ,,..'���7'*   ,V '  IKen, Corf# Stew and Cbv<;) J , "'  7  V.-f  ���i..,,m' 'A  ���?/���;'/'',;777 ;J V, -Gibfom,,B.&  * .j'  *' if  -.  i i   ^W^trt��Htl.rtlMll��=*^,rf ���.�����*��� ff��HA.IAI,4.*��*m*iM*lJAtlH*l,miAA*** tow*��l^ti|Jl��t��**��rt��*^JI��#*^��l^"l*��fl��  -^ i    *    i    ,  a i A    *'"   ' A '   ' '���'i   " "       '    ''  ^4*m***f****m****sf0^*,**Jlm0fA4i0fr*0i^^  ���-������*-��� ���r������: ."i.it'1 y'"r:i"iif -H���, \-\i4v *���S* ��f ;������; - *j-  ���m**m**m****0f***0M.**mm**4irMf***********iMirJM>m*i > m��i numi il mi *~mm*��*****m*****0t)i0,  i        ,    i   '  <  i   ���     .        f I,' i. --',('.      i i A  , .1' '  >   '   /  1 " . I*  . ...   .     \ .       ,.  " J   i  |l|tt *i^N*m j(j.44.��4i|Im.M    I *w****i^/i^-K* -wl.Jif.* w   *..j-^.��  h    ;7r"  1W F^Wtr^W^i s&^e |  ftV      if     M    *t*      *  T  ;r  l^i r *t��y  ",v  .i i A  l*     *. >Am    |*i|  A  '. ��� V  i <*'ii��iy*-ttf-| fu**i*i#m* ��  4 ^(.IWIfSd tDiKja^iw ��*m��J-thHW*'W��*Jl* ���** Hfttrfi-M*.** )* MWJlUW* thu lfi**lA**T*��i I ^ t-   1  .�����U..  .. new  Bank of Montreal  6%six"yea|:    ,'���  Savings Certificates  in Merry Christinas  You pay only $7.36 fpia H0,00 certificate,  fnnturlng In ,1073. S|mpid Mto lo 6% for a total'  return of moro than ono'-thlrd In six yoora, '  (v)akd somoop^flpoy irjvastor thla Chrlatmaa;  Glvo Bdnkof pJTftroaf Savings Cortlflcntoo In  mefry-ChriatrndrwroFlpWrf  Wrapparp available fiia In a^ll branohoa.  ~ f'p|i��StiWWl����^*'K"i'��3il��r:*-'��'W!\*rtl��**!*'  Hope yoi^a^ms come tr��  III   I, H t|. ,.    n^*��   I,   tt W,  ��  If^jWs.  #e.#<^��^* t*Av4i wif fy  ,,     I   , i  /  l     ,��   I      I  |K|..,.  i)��    It  i ��� v.  , :'^m, (cennr) m��;0Onau>, A��llW^���, ���;,���  in XX  ' i i      ' y       i -,".-��� i' i   >  lU.ii'fa lit A ��� i1 , ' '   . .        .'���      >    i ...  f    V ,.,..,,   ^  "   ��� ���-���--' * -   --���t,r^b)t0**m*0#A'****��**^0m*"'^~fA*r*i*r��*0.fi4-r*��*Af^rir>Af+**iiK*r~.m  ���mm* M�� ia*^,ftl!r*^ff*i*Z*rile,,>fr!i>>tP'!'&  /^Vi^'^l;,'^;,        . fl,   !7'*7-()   *   .,     ,   "  \'ii',     i     >     A"  * i    i'    *          '  Vi**"'.,, , , , i         i    ,i   jy   j      \ ' ' j ��� I                                     '  bjkwicM**".-''*"'  ,   . *( -��,����'<' J*f --(Ji: ,' ' f   ' ''         in   .i           ',        i  Give Yourself .a LUCKY BREAK "  ���' ������!  .���,,.:      ���,'.,���,!!  *,, .'���. '.'.,*.,,. *7. ,...,���. , 7  r��rtr��*Mm9tt��iiv$ry0n,iMI*'r$turh^ <��� 7 .,. ,  Thla fldvortlaomont jo not pMbllshiWdr d\nriaw*t*/*f��UQW��"tinitoi '  Board or by tho 9Qvorrrtn*to'of Brltloh Columbia.  ..���'.v -       . *    ���  , *     i ��� .       ���,..,..iir ,. ii. a        . ' .     ...'.,.  1.1 m ��� ..        1 i 11      i     '  BmK&iMmtrmt  CoriBdtoaFlratBortk  fotthclt JfTmtht,     .,.. ERNEST BOOTH,MTunngbr  ',-i, ?-t^;ii^arr Mi<\c[ta r����k <^ib*Aficnc-;)}      Opria -Dirty  Glbsohfi RrAtich:     .      ,    i )t/f, DAUOIjlt^tY; Mnnh��er  W*HlA���IAlA*^*n���AAAA'V.'4A"A*A<V  I   |���..-(   ,.  A  ft.. ��.. *p\ m .....fl.  I  f    /  ' ���1\ A vi   i   i  >  V"  ^Ia^a^SI/ , I.  y   In,thfc meantime, all contemplating* laager and" suffering -from disease. TbiriE  taking oiit^a le*tt would be well advisee* fc^JJ^^Sj^^  lission Point, it appears no-one wishes    to closely,peruse tljakJittte document be-* SSimed bodies.   Think of the sofciat ta-  o  accept  the  responsibility  for  what   fore signing. Better still; have it checked; Justices in our own soHfetyj ihe deprivation  I  }  ���rather mor�� .serious  stone built: harass,  Pictures and are not  our wooden homes  11 a ninety-nine year lease, a home or    tiontOvleasees and *date has beensej;   inahy store owners .Merry hut, unfohun-   to buy less;  and tiie- prices -would/ soon  business 'building   is "invariable- worth  ~Wftenet^,^^ aifely, it-is <al$o "the one that prevails,today   *ome\d��wn, including perhaps some excess  more than when it .was SUt. ;TKe���oVner,. gewii may he ina^^anindlcatiGn.that    !���*'*>��*7Mflj��*jr. % :at :U*(A m, \M% % WbSts, Hus weU as thfe *otjst&ftt dfem#id$r  \?^i^^��3hv ��!r&rr^^^^ p^ae^^a^'& ?ote?^  Of time of which he has been the leasee   ;In theater case^ale would be at a   g^uS Awards .*%**     "���  X:  ��.   fifaW^lv** ufc agMnst ibflatioii" suck 4u  of the lot. \ a ,    '  flomiidyteu y /   "-;;' ;   * * a =��� ^* , -   . -  ... . ..,.,......- ,  He owns the building but not the Jot _"7 tjefor^'tbis; deplorable situation gets  and naturally wishes to renew his lease beyond cohfrov action - should be taken;  or sell the property. Price ot a homeor now to make sure adequate protection ii  building upoh expired  tease property tared;trfo^ r'^^^*vor^to   you ^Iooq t��*^kup vtfur ^d'habits-  hits rock bottom for until the lease is can all take A. *>age front' another person* ^tSii^mS'ZSim ��<*&&   i mtSiKlriJ ne&r, "and  renewed the home legally is the^property book aho7a Iohg hard Jb6k at the com-; gatinri_[*tes vM dur Odettes' abundance;   that* yMrefusjetl % 4|| it-trne?n - '>"- 77  of the land owner. Should the owner be plicated \ situations  involved, elsewhere; ttojr right in the middle and a_lt yourself       '^fes,*? **vai the^nbuchal^fet rfeply: vWith  prepared to renew the chances ar& that in with Improperly and the way in which* &?* others aay,be spending that moment    no �� tfatotts,- what would 4 do with the  n,oa casesb-PW are suddenly    mma,SjtaM**-* *. m**ji g*g tfiSMfefifS'lS   Hf ^.7^7 ,, 7 - ^ '    ''"  multiplied beyond all reason. them now, woOldcettalnly seem a move! fortunate ^n.Our tfw&; $$)u Aritifc&iaii   �����*�����H*e^^  This is but one unsavoury aspect,    in the rigHt direction. *        " "       *      ' *�����-*-���<  -�� -  �����  There are many more which some of the  local leasees are presently finding out. At  M  to  presently suffices for a lane. There is no   by an expek ' * ,*��:-*,-,   ��� Itf our native Indians, the'caUous disregatd  _*>'''-' ; ��or the rights sof other' races sand religions,  zri       ^h ^ ��_    fe^_    /     ^4- tA__ and the economic'and physical suffering Of  i^HSfly    ��3*2Il>*i&Qtf. TBI^Ml��^! * #e aged and afflicted in our supposedly  * 'yj -,^x" ' - ' Affluent society.       l      x ^   .  -'  FAILURE to buckle seat belts in cars    belts been fastened.*      - . i* Having*done this, ask yoprselif�� "Is this  ��� a widespread practice in Canada More 'And moW courts, of law are Wty fi #��*& -C?fis*!?^- ean '*B*_ Hve S '  Md .he Unhed S.ates-n,ay pK>ve .o be   begtanir-g NS���**.;��*�� J-gnMon, KBJTSJLJ^SEtiffll  a serious legal  mistake as  well as a    of that fact that an individual, driver or     8 i.^*t a^ it wUl be to anyone who has  serious health matter. passenger should beheld responsible for �� feeling lot his fellow matfjCihen decide  Thpr** nr* rtftw i^nortc of nensoriftl takift8 dfte'prewWioos' against injury irf to &> somfething about it -"*---             -  There are now reports of personal ,    ��        r               sa!aii--hii_   ^fcttf If we aU worked, throughout the next  injury   court   actions   where   damage f c���m v ^   ,��sing  .available   safety ^ on grfttll^*,peaoe-��. Ettrlll and prac.  awards were either lost or considerably ?evlces-    ' -   f    ;                               ; qeed -Coofr 3fo Towards ��� Menj, th&^ qeKt  reduced when injuries could have been > a r^nt purvey.involving nearly ^^b^^^  prevented or made less severe had seat two   mjjhon   Ameto   motonsts, ah��? |^T    '     -                        .  r    4-u.  '-          ^                   , ,�� ^Attto Ittthiariei Hl^W^S^ety C|>mf, j,   ..^Y^R^^  MtMimte    Message��    thirds report Using seat belts odyt^^l -^     IS M^t t^��  of the time.'.   7,". 7J f i * .  BLESSED ARE T1Q MEEK^ : '   (  ln;aWyof'139 fatal auto accidents,  hcrii ^earih" **��� US�� department of Health founi  ...,..,         ^e teaalrig catise of death was due to*  In this vcrce Jesus claims that mhentanco - tl%^ -k.-k*T_" ' u��: *-^     *     .. *  ' x ��� a '     ese_, $, -       i -  V    i- -A    <,*- * 4":     '  NHA Approved  ��IPS  in tms vene icsus c.u.ms. ��,*   ���������-- ihoA Victim,   being   thrown   from the! ��  6f the earth is not dependent on possession ot      eu:cje ,���.?,_ S  property but on possession of a certain attitude,            ,    '        ' ', S  ihe   spint   of   meekness,   or   of   unfeigned           **��*$&** Wilted that 80 per^ |  humility,  If a scientist, for example, goes to nature  with the proud attitude of pne who Knows  everything, he will not come ifljo possession of  nature's deepest secrets. But if he approach?*  nature in a .spirit of humility, his scientific  (jfforts will undoubtedly bring to him the pov  icssion or inheritance of moro and more of  Oarlh\s secrets. ,  It is through meekness that wc all inherit  ihe beauty of tho earth, the wonder ahd, mys-  (ery of creation. Without meekness wc Jack  Iriost of life's true riches. The earth is ih-  hented by the meek.  "Messed,  or happy,  nro the meek for  ��� Jr      i fi  efeht dt the ejection deaths might.havet |  been prevented through the1 use-of seat ��  bolts   IWHWflWHlWl l*i��*W��4N**%f m^L% WW  ���>���!������ WWW  Published Wednesdays nt Secheit  on B.C'i Sunsntne Coast'  by   >  SethcU Peninsula times Ltd.  ,   ,       Box 38,1 - Scihdti B,Ci   ���;   ���  Doufihs 0. Wt\etjtr, Edltot  S, B. 4ltgar<l. publisher,  HAVE It CHECKED)  $5.00 IS ALL IT MK3HT  COST YOU.  We service from  (Sibscms td Ponder Harbour  Call Collect  PENINSULA t.V.  883-2430  15 Years Servicing Experience  elBsdNs. tfe: '.-4  WHY RSNT?  Yeur Present  ^bo'-TOfrri'.'.  ��"< ���<4..i   ��� -r- . .    . ��� ntmi,  ptmHttml&mmiimmmmii&HmiigiiniHmmmm^mmmm  *t*  1  Subscription ftateaf (in advafecc)  I Yew, $5'- 2 Y��are, $9 - 3H?*ara, $13  *     U.S. and Foreign, $i JO  they shall inherit the earth," Bul lnhcrlt-u.ee    ^'^ ^^J^^J^f^f ^mf  %  Pf the earth alone cnnn6t bring the highest    , ���*,   ,..,������>������, ^ ���";;,w^  happiness. The greatest scientists, ncl^olan),  artists, all who are able ta penctrnto fufrthes,t  Into the world of knowledge and beauty have  (he sphit of meekness toward their work. BiUt  Hll nrc not necessarily the happiest people. The  blessed meek who inhciit the erth are the poor  Ih aplrlt who possess the Kingdom of Heaven.  to he truly h��ppy one must bo rcconclla|/.o  tloil ihiough faith In Chrlsl, nnd be brought  hy llim into right relationship with Obd aM  Wilh others. With this foundation of deepest  happiness one wlll bo enabled to get tho Bront-  est possible happiness from Hfo on earth, Inheriting through meekness lho.best thnt earth  ImpartH,  ���^.ii*.  PBNIN3UU TIMES  MWlMlMl  DEALERS FOR:  P.M. Cohadlen - McCulloch -> Homctlta  Plenoor and SHh| Chain Sawt  COMPUTE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Part* and Repair Servico  Telephone 885-9626  MjmtWM'ff 1 ji '' *  ��� ������) ���''    ''- ''-g  mmmMtM^mmsM  SUNSHINE COA<ST REOPNAl DISTRICT  BYLAW  No.  &~f����ttifor   H��r9>0Mr  Qarto��@o   ^^gu��Qcl  Special Sorvlco Aroa Bytm IM7,  BYLAW   No.   lO~$����Mt   Oar^^l��   Dl^fM&sal   Sg&Sfclal  Servico Area Bylaw &��0?  BYLAW No. Il-W��*t Mqw�� SoundI Garbage Dlsipotml  Special Service At^n Bytaw 1^67  Submitted to Owtior Efig^oro U^ottibfctr 0tb^ l^��7  3me Money  AT YOUR POPUUR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving Th**'Sunshine Coqst  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES^  O0B-22O3 - Secheit, B.C.  ���**-._..*.  ��^  BYLAW No. 9  BYLAW No. 10  BYLAW No. 11  December 11 th, 1967  STATEMENT OR.POLL  YES      NO       '    RESULT  A^f|��i p. Gooding  The Now  ' GIDARS1NN  fin�� Cuisine in a  friendly Atmosphere  LYLE and OLIVE  mpBB  bought to you by  t\\0SQ progressive  places of buiilnoss  w *���* t  886 9Q15  21-i  170  Glbsorti, B.C.  ��jhii/J UI ,<  Cl��Wml^o Offfflsoir  NEVENS TELEVISION  & RADIO  STEREO n STEREO - STEREO  6 models to choose from  Dealor for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Batter than City Prides  Phono 086-2280  GIBSONS, B.C.  MUSHROOMS - A NATURAL CHRISTMAS DELICACY  . Mushrooms,w|ll b0 or�� many q phrlstmash.iihbpplng.llfttmow.a timo. Wall  thoy should bc fOf heft) I* a delectable food that cap fty 'frsrieti In tountlesa  oxotlc ways durlrtik Ihe fAsUvu* sodson. Thanks |o tho Qtx*wort mq kfMft rwlenlshlna  tho carofully packwl dUpply- mU��hrooms oro rto<l||y tafulltibli* ,frt>tflo pink condition. Freshness In on Inr-porfont qgollty In mushrooms, ^q kuifc' b*��ttpr that tya  buy them morq often |fVqnoftf|tlos that wo can Use quickly ^i^l*).'larger omounta  Which means tt*|6f tomo mu��t bo s|or*d, well covered. In 1|i* reffl^rijlor,  f    iJ'   \  Horo Is q commwrKJqbld point worth notlnq, portlculfqrly o^ tHts;W��on when  ono Indulfles In mor*t party-typ* meals thort Msqo|. My��|iyqohf-s |ioV��f W calorics,  only about ono cqlorlo In a mpdlum mushroom,' or to pijt It |rt'q.irnoitovmpanlnoful  way, a wholo ppMnd of mushroomi broiled 0* wuteccl wltiwtwq tablespoon-, of  butter adds up to only About 290 <)a|orles, * '*.     ���'  i      ITMPCEO MU$HROOMS   ' ' ,  1 pound larao milshrooms ,  H cup finely chop|M twi^n    ���  1 cup flno broad, Crack't^ or      , L|auk|*cre<.mf m|i1<, A^ck qr nKarf/  caroal crumbs , (obout 2 tablespoons)   '  Romovo ��tom�� from mushroom cops. Chop stems flnsly'jihrt^bmblno (% cup)  wilh nuts and crumb*, Sieowon with iQlf. Add only enough llaulc) ^p make mature  moist cnouoh to hold toother, ^ruth ourtldq Qf caps wHri'/mcltcct bulter. Fill  with itufflrta rnlxturo and bake ot 375* F*for 15 mlnsj-Tq btft\\\ fBrush caps with  buttor, Place, round side up, 3 to 4 Inches from bro||or, Urpll ^ mln, ��ben lurn  cops ovor and brbll iihd-l*ld6 lot 2 ^mlni.'i n*rAov*i f-orA' IS^t' 'Stuff qnd broil  about 4 mlns, until llahtly browned, .'  ' i 'ill'"  7   A wholo oom1^ 9f equally aood-tostlpo sjufflpos moy pf moflfr by uslnb thq'  some amount qf orfltfd ch^w, mltwq s^food, chipkqn, ,tMfkf>y;or hqri\ In place  chopp** putj. qnd addlna aroN onfpn, l^cbs, of ,^h*jr ��Vi't0,N* Jk^sonlngs,  Y6ur Komfono  Shomin WlfaM  Paint Ootstot  Glbsona, D,C.  Wh��ro  Fashion h a hytyottt  Smatt Shoppers a'm  found af . . .  Giboono, 0.C. - Ph, CJ96^tS4l,  WILL COMPLCT6LY JMSYALL  Completo  with  oil  burner,  duct$  Work and ofl 'fa^'iin yfar homo.  can :m 'wmwim w?on  Pjftribm0r��  i i  **!*��*�� l��il HlK)lr*!uA*!V"��lt    J  -"���T*"'  .''���I.M.  , i   '  '..J i' Iii  !)��r,\7,  .i'Kfi;i",i  11  I    !  )*��i(s"k*^w^i^^i^*��i��Mwii"����i-*��*i^Mip��!"��' **���*��� *��t**#*^-'ws*it�� |   ta**w*��MMw��iai*w>i"**'HMW*-JW��i*^  t \ ',', u'y<i,i�� . - t,        . *��� _. '    _ . v" ' i '' i-  ^^&&^>&^^  Page C-4 The Peninsula Times  \    Wednesday. December 20,1967  to^ouat  Helen's  Fashion Shop  Gibsons, B.C.  School Choir  Some seventy members strong, the The selection of Christmas songs and Band Parent's Auxiliary, won  Gibsons Elementary School Choir chosen for last week's concert which resounding applause and held even  conducted "by Mrs, Muriel Neilson is was co-sponsored by the Arts Council the very young children spellbound.  a(j^rfeet blending of young voices  Finlay Realty Ltd. and Staff  GIBSONS, B.C.  !  *5  v  A  I  k  4%  Joyous greetings  at Christmastime  L. & H. Swanson Ud.  SECHELT, B.C.  ^MmmmmmmjmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmm^mmmmmmMmmmmmm,  \%    \  1 li  Ih  <��� M   "I  * -w  i:  u- fi  A  'jr  ./V I'  'fa i  #  ���re i  * ***,IHC,  , sincere best  , wishes j;jrom;  Gibsons'Radio Cabs  "RADIO CONTROLLED"  ' 4^Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm��0rmmm4Wmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm44��mmi  .%'i  Highland Dancers  Young  dancers  who  delighted   the  audience at Gibsons Christmas Con-  |   cert and despite three quick changes $  %   to choir  girls  and*, back^ again  to j  *   military tap danqer-s^flfoftned-with '\  I   superb confidence, are^theipupfrls of !{  Mrs   Dianne" Laird    From left are: {  Debbie Thatcher,  Carrie Mahlman, S  Lorraine    Baker,    Susan    Lawson, J  Margaret    Finlayson    and    Teresa 5  Wilson ?  5& H  2- **** ��*"_*_'*''** *��*���*   . 1      ��� ' _. ���- ��� ��� *-��� **-__ ���  ^���  o all our customers   .  :X-,  i  4,'Jl.  Industry,  economy, honesty,  and kind-  ss form  a quartet of  never be improved upon  ness form  a quartet of virtues that will    !  a world of happiness  af 4his glorious time!  ALMA and ALEX GILMORE  GiLMOni'S Variety shop  .,.v:...v:7vvSECHELti:B*C.: 777..**,. .  ������* ���*  lmmmmmmmmmm0m'mmmMmm0mmmmm*mmmmmmm+mm*m  jfu*W**^<r^,��r^*JiV>**w-*��*^^  'il'ii  i  t  i iK  iffW WMMXC^f^W.  '*fjp>'!  '  ��� Y'W  ������ ���;  1  *7  km ,n*iniiiwi,  4�� i       i.  rft'   >  ��|7>  '111 '["  �� i in i  ii >  1 ��ff'<li(f  l"'IWHrl>  ���iA. i  *#7  s  ,   i          7    Elphinstone performers  Both popular, entertainers, Elphin- and Brian who often plays (for local  stone students, Wolfgang Buckhorn dances has developed a fine rhythmic  and Brian Swanson gave fine per- tempo, ElphinstanoVGlee Cluti, conformances at i tho lSlphinstone con- ducted by Mr. Cyril Portman has  cert'. Wolfgang played a selection of also made a good start and the  popular itielodies in pleasing stylo audience called for an encore.  fr  "PERSONALLY" WISHING YOU  i "I,  ,i,   i i  7    I  ifii ���<    1  ll  i 'J ,  QtexdUufe, to, t (teste  :0M{B, pfUiMii^m ������...  i  \v.ix''77\  A tl> <m4,MOW.t  y|?*i'��i bOWLADROME-  {Ji.SAjDWAY STORE  Iiinyiiiiiilifiii'iHi ij flW""  ' *"] ���  L  t6THR  i '  TBjiwr..,;,,  . -'  '   777j ',7 v.7'.': 7'p7 '���".",   ' 7[t i ,',"  Mdrgan's Men's Wear  If  R��teW��^^**^e*i(i*^��t(s!i*H��i-*>a ��**^w(^-iiei*Fa!&i��^^��s#.'*��i��M*"''**J itj'M*'^'  *����*--! wiw W# *V1**v'***'**il��**it,1lfc*��fe�� ����tM��*-.MtM>!**i  erefs MtnJstfngfr -all pur bank  customers have an "interesting*' holiday*  . >       '' <   '      '    y '      ,     i  .  i -����*��*,������' W -��� ���*"���  iw  t-M��lW-*ttt'HH"l>*i--*'  ~i �����"~  J  THE PERSONNEL OP  ii  i    i  m^/lff,  up-1 rt^iH>ssAr^'*iWfas^(�������-*���-fH��  ���-W*" "**�� fl* m*"   if *t'��f��*>����n,*M'   ���>*<�� ^iMf*** ��|i-i��(  if   'I    ''.  TheBankohMoritte/il  Scchdf���Manager E. W. Pootb  Gibsons���-Managor/F!.' PQiigho^ty     :  M^QlraPa'rk^ln charge Jof Buret*  iHOWSimU-i* >*rtll lin������3J,��n4rti-|Wt!"t*-M|**  mmmm  <to*<ytirki9*0*ip*>*t*40iii��kl ����to.  ^Wl'7i77>  M ',.; , if) '*, ,  %  .<  (,<*��<���  i * 'i 11 i i  ������<�����'  i i. A4  <���' i   *   -**1 ' "* r~>���5T"ftP !*** ' ' '���j .p~-V"��_ *. t���t���7 ��� '������   ,\7>:W&&ne$6af? December 20J1I96% -.- Tfie *Penins��1oV;Tiine�� WgetC--5t  '* t ,  '    -V*7 it-*'v~        ' "�� ^ i'-Tu"      M"i'"-'-J7   "v   *"^S '    "      "  87'  t    -     <*"     ��\    l��    J,'/,!!'  ���*-;       777;''' ,:  r-t--  U   ->��      *V    7" -*  f A - ,  T   J      1   t       ���*  Wt ���gjf>jr% ��rter* ati|��tf  V    wiieg tec lor job!  ".' -*'.yt:*,',WB'dnd AAARVV  .  A '  SECHELT SHOE RENEW  '.    ' .,,    Seehelt, B.C.   V,     *     *\-  ���> )  >     j, v ��**y #   *   ^ *" , j.        *     i V* *" ���  I  !  k  k  ��  t  ll  ��  ��  ��  n  i  I  ��  J  t  ��  ��  1  ��  *-  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  *  ��  t  ��  .t..........  ��.   ���  ��  ��  ��  ��  \m***m*mm**mm*mm******4f*mm~******m*m***mm*i  "        *'' ' I ' -  J******  \   '   *  A dUJUIlJ.  VILETIDH!  May you be filled with  gladness at ChristmasJ  HASSOCK'S  CABAMA CV3ARINA  MADEIRA PARK; B.CV -  4   r     f Ait   'AJ  ���        ,��*-*       - *&���  -tt  44 Maty.tineseasonring'wifcb.  . : ;j^et^ &;gdod eheertfor all!  -��.   i  North-Vancouver, B.C.  ���Mb.  Junior Band  [   Now under* tKe direction of'Mr:'' Bo6 lT<#i$rfBaker,-Wayiie - Wrigbt;' Dafcriy - -  j   WimaTOs;Scftoorrasttfcttft^ofl^ Dair WeffflialKBr  J is getting back into trim after the William Passmore, Peter-English,  �� summer holiday, an4,,-'theT. ^.SKnui^ .Mr,.v Wil^n^. dtol^ .Eaglish. ,-ahd  ! musicians are swihgirig'/tftwr}/^&$. ~. Doug Campbell; seated, Elaine.Mac-  * thrpu|h more/intn^te nuttwer^ ,Renzie, tMrbWe"^Bt&a, Di^iime Fisher, '  Standing from leftr Ted Htime, Gaiy yRoland .Kerbis, Alan Feeney jand  Daivies,^Peter Kirbis,> Jon^u^ol^ L4ane^Vftii||gies;,;i�� \ P,  J"   j-   .*;;-  t*mnuu*wmn*wm009v*mw0mm0yiiif4iiia��itmu0futumu��*m\  "vs^l  f    ^ i -* ���^-- "i, *.' -. \ ^-fc+ ���).* ^ ^*  p��w��*��)****.^i  iiriij..ii.n'r:;r  ��**��."���*�� 'v      vi<      '     <."��� . v>      " 1.^  ..,It fctkAA"'ic ''"'rf;i '*:%"  ^ -w' ?^y -"i^i**  ^ sfty hello!  B. & J. STOftE  HALFMOON DAY  ���Umm4m  Uifr.ilSnii  ���&y K��& Boy*is and Manlyo Heg>5cin9  ON THE morning of December 4t]^" act', sentedwith a [beautiful bouquet and gift by  assembly was held. About four or iive our retiring: queen, -Merrilee Olsen. Gifts  club presidents gave a short talk qtf the v were also given to the attendants,��Brenda  activities and goals of "their individual Bond,and Penny Caldwell. The dance end-  clubs. It is hoped that more clubs will ed at 11:30 as' a second Christinas Dance  be formed. Thefe are 'more -clubs titan the was to be held again the next night; only  number mentioned above. .           * this time with a band.  - , ^<  ���   So far this year, most'of the assemblies - ^ da"<* * **����*���* jgg "Sfg0*  have been put on by Te Student CpuncU, 2JPS��*2Z^  but in the future other divisions,��F,gtoUps ��^,2&��&tt.-^SSSftrt  should also contribute to our asswhblies. v^��ld have ,bcen be^ejk to ht>vc A** ^l'  Mr. Portman has said he will donate  a        ^a h < _.+K^ ���rt7..       ^^^ 4 <..   . -  Plaque whldi wiU- be awarde<i each month JJ�� ^J^SSSSfS^IS^  by the group putUng on the best-assembly.    J"* JSSt��^S%L& t^K^ttl  7t.L     j      ��       '  it_        j_ f.^''   -j-*--. l as h�� one person .was to Wame as tne nana  Jl^^ ���V^K?ll��Z^r* hot.se  On Friday the excitement mounted up t^^eA 'by the Bombers; Mustangs and.  as our junior-senior Christmas Dafcfce near- Spitfires '  ed.   Much trouble had been put into the        n     1. , , _,.���..       . .. A _. .._  decorating  and  arranging to nfolte  this .   ����f, fhristmas EdiUon of the Gladrag  event successful.   Easier in, the w*& t^e ^^^^^l1^', ��^y J * J?1  Snowflake Queen and het two attendants ff to be called the Oladrag.   As Mr.  were  elected,  the  queen ttotn  a  senior l***** �����* 2^ J?achcS wJo usually  division, and the two attetidants from junior , ha^ much t0 do ^^ the Plication of our  V  m:  ittWl^ii^WWfliBHIiMiASU-i I -  ~J00040m,  "We ell wish you a  Vfery Metxy Ckistmas  *  Sunnycrest Motors  The' Plaza Shopping - Centre  ifrTjr  ��� >**�����<! H ***!��� ��MIWMIII*|*MI ��<-����� ���*����� ���OH �������������������  i  �����^ fro ITU  all Qf iis at  FRANK, CLINT, SIBYL AND DIET  * ���  -     at your  ��EWER HARBOUR STORE  i,  \m*44W+t4m}t0mA*+m*s&mmmm*+m40'*mMmmm*rm0m-m  it.   Apparently, the, band w/is reqoire4 to        At this time we would like to wish every  continue taping for a v"Let's. <5o" shriw, 4 onrf a very Merry Christmas, especially Mr,    ._ .���.  , .   ,  . ^  Although this was a Ms let-down* thd stud-7' Peterson and wc hope he will be ont of the    ���^���*p���������������*�������***-����y*w*��<n.��**.��irw^  eWs of ElptUo w4t0 not ftbout to let such   hospital soon.  a thing got their' spirits down. .The <3an<to<' , \    ���   wentlahoad, almost as planned* and every-* -i The unhappiqess of a wife wlU\ a good  one seemed to have a 'very enjoyable even-, husband, is much imore devastating than  Ing.. During the evening, our SnbwfioKo-, the unhapplness of a wife with a bad  queen, Judy H1^K9, was1 crowned a^d pr^*., husband.; '  ^-..^.-^.iiii ������^.���������.���w..pW. ,r,- .i*f��. f'^f ���*��� ��-���*���*' .������*MwNy��i,ig^*. i-^^i.y. ****** .*��������� ���-��� �����. pt���^. w.,*��  i-j-���>.-������,������.,������.a,. -'��������'���"��� *waij*n^ijnw>a��-��*irM�� -���'-���-'--���������������'-  i 5  ���mmmf0*m*m*m*mm0tmmm*m**mtm*M*��mmm*f***t*M*mm0m*mm*mmm*mA  ���        i       t   _.    '  -HMMoata^MMaaMatMlli  -4^4wHf^ 1 (1��MtiH����)t Aaw *} UjmV fn WJtWiP* ^��*t **wt  ���   ^  Qoodwohoafor  fW��i|TMJ!*S|iw9*IM!W**-B #*W(|"i  ,|  ,   JIM and FAY  SKHaTTAXI  mri��0'n��0f��4imf0i��mwmm0m'0000i004n<0f044f00m  '**How^��W��M(l^ii**��i(��ij*l*l ss-1 ***)�� ��-"in t��  t)e^ ?4bk l^lfi^ Witt fedugKs  o( KoUyl I^o timo to  wish you ^,f^|fi��y���Clii:istmasL  (K6i  LTD.  A.*yi  ��*"���" "���  j ii (,<: .,,'���,, i \~. -if"* <'* ;��''�������� ������  ma. ftSfAAAA..An^n*4 a* ����.-��"������< �� ����-..�� i  ���*  *efrC ' (if     t*"" Jf * a *   S* "A **�������� *>'���(     n"fW-��-* tilS"*-! o, (.fv-t-ijo, ,  '<7^fx'-.'  mm*ii000mmm#0*m0immmmi  i, ,,),-,', i...;,v.l'i,-i<i<'., �����;,(,''J. ,,,,   ,  i :Yftll��tl��lo soason to  oach and ovoB^ono w#''jcirioW*  ^<^*S|]i*^��l^.^W'W,^.!^->^**^��^4����^*^fW*  ��AAARILYN-��i-^rt<i'*NWl��irt4j*i>>����-<-  !'*h*.isw #w-l ��)*i IBtC^ ajWf^*-  -*W*'t*4'*iwi#  CAMPttLL'S VARIETY StORE  \i  A4^tfKiA^*fiMmh*4*ffl*i*iMf'  ,^,���a\,7.X  i  \,  i  ���;.  l*IW**|��WW*Jl*-*��ll*<l*l|��l��*>��>ll*l'*l��*JWI����l*'-��IIW>M<*��*^  Aaa.  V  -�����  #f J V t fl    M   ^f *U  �� Wit***-)** *tJM"M* (j-WflW  :.V.  i..i,  V   '  f    i-��tflf -fT-*^-*****- tr^^ryf"'?'^".4  f/ ������  -ik .,.���... ., . ���  - - - *r- *-��� '** "rt' J x *'".f ��^#M��K^iu   ,  .'n&xa*^**  "L (  -T/C_L.  Page C-6 The Peninsula Times  7   Wednesday, December 20,1967  We wish you health.  ���wealth & happiness  in abundance!  DAN WHEELER  YOUR IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  Gibsons, B.C.  fmm*m***m**m  *  t  ll  ��  I  I  I  I  !  -*  -*  *-  *  !  ���*  ���i  ��  ii  i  -*  i  !  :r~:V,-  H  5  ��  !  !  i  ...  ��  H  ��  It  ll  ��  **  im*mm**mm*mm*mm*mmm*mm*mmm**m**mm*mm**m**m^  KELLY'S  GARBAGE COLLECTION  GIBSONS, B.C  We hope ybii have  a happy holiday!  i  Peninsula Cleaners  Gibsons, B.C.  FROM ALL OF US  at  iecheli Bowiiofl Alleys  ���-��i.��w-��i^..w��.j*��*i--.j����������w��������***.*-^|.��i>w'������wjtf��<����������^  Squaringly Yours  ���by Maurice Hemstreet  HERE we grow again, pull up a chair and  I will try to tell you what I mean by  "here we grow again.''  On Sat. night, Dec. 16, we headed for  tiie Hopkins Hall to join the Gibsons Squarenaders in their last square dance of the  season, their Christmas party. 'The road  was a- little icy- in spots but if you slid  in the right direction this got you to the  dance on time, ^ell! on entering the hall,  one heard Christmas carols being played  and this kind of set the stage for the whole  evening. Looking around the hall we could  .not help but take in the beauty of the  decorations, ^ell balanced with evergreens  and gay. colored ornaments. Down theirn  length of *the hall at ceiling height were"  two large strings of Christmas lights. Up  on stage with caller Harry Robertson was  a beautiful Christmas tree with limbs bedecked -With baubles and tinsel. Come to  think of it! I do believe that tiriee had been"  into the punch bowl because it suite was  w^ll lit. Yes, the decorations were terrific,  you" .mix all these colors with the square  dance -costumes, the action on the floor and  you had a perfect picture for,  color T.V.  By this time the square dance had progressed and the first guest caller was  called on to perform and as usual Jack  Inglis filled the spot professionally. ;.���.  Next on the list we had a round mixer1  with Jennie Reiter and Sid Conroy walking  happily away with the first spot prize.  Sets were squared and as the dancers  whirled to 'Harry's calls, I took off down  ���the. sidelines to see who the stranger,was.  Upon.���-- quietly -el^uiiing/4Jl_ke, ht*y���'��� mack,  What's "your hame'aad^Whet* do* you '--eoitfe  froni? our giiest for the evening was Norih  I)ew of Van., a friend of the Bud Lairds:  With that square dance over the call for  refreshments came loud and clear so while  the tables were set up,, guest caller Jack  Inglis, did the honors and,drew the door  prizes with Jennie Reiter taking the ladies  and Bud Blatchford "that's lucky Buddy"  smiling as he renched for the men's prize.  Eats, mnimmmm-good, the. candle lit  table loaded with fancy cakes, cookies,  sandwiches, pickles and olives and all things  that I shouldn't eat, plus the overhead  ���colored light, made a beautiful scene, soon  ���wrecked by the pangs of hunger, A full  round of applause goes out to the conveners, take a bow; ladies, Wups, eager  beaver Harry the calUjr is saying '(sets in  order." Wait a minute Harry! look -who  . came in the door, I don't believe it, yes, it's  May Blatchford; she always said "better  late than never" to a square dance,  Allemande left and away we went into  the last half of the/evening with over five  sets bf square dancers  taking part,   The  ;   next   spot" prizes ''were"'escorted  off   the  floor by Tina Vanderhorne and Bud (Laird.  .'Well, the end of the evening was in  sight and with sets squared Up once again  Harry led off with that popular Alabama  Jubilee^ with Bud Blatchford on next with  his Yelloyy Polka , Dot Bikini then yours  squaringly, with a. lively,' old tune , called  Barnacle Bill The Sailor. So, with the  dancers breathing well at thla point the  three of us.took turns In a little bit of this  and a little bit; of that as we did patter  calls ending up 'wilh everyone in one big  circle grand right and leftlng as the square  dancers wished each other a very Merry,  Christmas and a  Happy Square Dancing  New Year. This topped off the best Christ- ��� . . - ., Santa's ^'s'*  mas square dance party I have ever" at-; ^At't^e inflation of the GifeonS Kins-  tended but before I leave you all', my good *'men, Santa arrived last Saturday,  wife Peg and I wish to pass on to our7~laden with gilts, icahdy arid fruit,  many square dance friends, relations and Sharing a joke with the affable  just plain good friends a very very Merry gentleman -are Len Green, Mark  Christmas and a Happy Prosperous New ���r . . ,, ^ v ,, - -'_. V,  Year. Be seeing you at the square dance, Weinhandl, Gto-Lockh^t, Rpdy,  in 1968, bye for now. ��� JLori and Cindy Wjneldon.  [ isfii*** jh*k*M��ttw��ij-i*-  ^fc*f#<**H!-..4-%4--<  i om'^tf^oiiiff^'^.ifii^  I 1*1 *<*****'*I��I'V !(f*lr* ifW ���  E^PP7 HOLIDAY  SK   (ifctJ^H^-^SMWa^'^S-fc*^^  lijW��w^!^M^��*atii��^4i?^l(*^*t-'w^ **���****���**��!(*'* tM^W-Mi'*'! ***K**t'i**H��ifsrt*l W.  ��l^(��MW.<HHi*Vf��^1��B"��  "HLJ"*  May they glow with lots oi good  cheer and good tim-^!  - ;  ���i-i^haiWHK-TjWM^f;'  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  \ m^%-fWPlEI*** I 0   ,P*)Vi��  Alll'CHARTER SERVICE TO ALL POINTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  -.v.,"'  '< V1'   '    *  AX  On this day of, celebration we  join in happy chorus to wish  you and yours "Merry Christmas!" V     ���  KENMAC PARTS LTD.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY - GIBSONS  Sincerest wishes fbr happy  holiday times from the  staff and management of  Gull Building Supplies  SECHELT, B.C.  J  tWJHWViW^^Mt^'K'-^'ifWMStMWl^PW  It's that(jtimeofyear. ��� .when winter  spreads its mantle over the countryside  when thoughts turn, to friendships old  and new,,and good, wishes are sent your way!  Jfs*,.  ��flSi>3��KHU��wWlf���IW-fl'i i  ' 7 ���'���,,' '   ���'   ''.   i        .     '    '  ���'  m ^n��!��j*wwii^ssw^(!-%vn  .-f l^p-JV^j^tl^-^i^trM.-Si-:* f*f-lf  CANADIAN FOREST PRODUCTS LTD.  HOWE SOUND PULP DIVISION  *��� Hig-a  bill  HI  *l'*^*��^'��(�����'J|-*��!*pJIWW��*J��WI��--%9  tt*"**#s��-*i.o!4wm'** �� 4"*��s  XT  r-y  HiiMf  %xm  , nit  r*�� *%��  xlk  yi.  4-4 W^  s hf  ��� y f  V/ii  >*x  i ���sV"'  VA  hi  ���',,'��, I  -V'  }'  1��  ( W  ���77, it'  i ,'i''.  m  m  ^^ V'irf^*tf'''^^'/,<v'^,,*'^'''f **���/���/'!/",,*r,!'T  f*t.it.',,ii.i;i4,.i',ii,,t *.m fi, if i  ,y ��� .< i .* ,  rlthj  \ia7��..  ,', I

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