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The Peninsula Times Oct 23, 1968

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Array v -^ gi* +ft~ /g.wr,} rja  ^���^r^^^J^-rito^.-  U     ���*        H  ^(4. -.   . e^f    ���*-,  Ten units . 'j  .wonts  omes projec  s'eacnes piasming stage  ^- J   t _ ��� * ft r-  .        It.  *  * v*- J-t  ~_j   _ t-j.����,I��� Mj'j_-Vi��t���->*1^' ��t*TrW)/1y'   . ���jV_B-!__*___  West" 'Canadian, Graph!e Indus  1606 ftest 5tb Aye*,  Vancouver 9, B.C.  Service^  SENIOB Citizens Housing Project for the  Gibsons Area is now in  the  Aictive  Planning .Stag��,  Konald MePbedraa, President of the  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club, Gibsons^ has  announced the formation ol a building eoan-  knittee composed of cluib members to carry  through the project. The committee is  presently looking at land in the area in  order to get the best possible .site. =The  land has to be near .services isuch as  stores and transportation and must 'be on  a water distribution system. Two parcels  of land are under consideration and preliminary negotiations have been held with  the owners.  It is anticipated that for a .start ten  units will be constructed and provision  made for failure expansion.  Under Gwernment regulations, the local  community is required to contribute 10%  ot the total cost of the project with the  Provincial Government contributing one  third and the balance being loaned by  Central (Mortgage & Housing Corp. The  Kivvaniis Club expects to be able to carry  the local portion from" its fund raising projects': held in the past, particularly, the  awarding of a boat, & motor made in'  August to a contributor. Another project  is now under way with an award of an  eight day all expense paid trip to Reno for  two, to be awarded December 18th, to a  contributor to the project. Contributions are  $1.08 and receipts are available from all  club -members.  Further information on the project can  be obtained from members of the com-  'mittee, who are Bon McPhedran, John  Harvey, George Hopkin, Jim Munro and  Dave Johnston.  Serving *be Sunshine Coast, QiowiSoufldyji&^&vk Met. including Pott Mellon; Hopkins toping, <5ranti\<pri$ Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Seltnp Pqrk, Sechelt, I_fl1*ynpiw* BayJ Secret Gove, fender HortJpiiQ Modriro Patk, Kl_5ndo.e, Irvine's Londlnfl, Bad Covq, Egmpnt,  _��  " '   "5-   _ t'  *    ,     Y<_ �����.�����:_���_.J>1    ...  ._..  Despite warning . . ��  icil goes if al  painting own crosswa  SECHELT Village Council has purchased  three lots on Hackett Street for municipal corporate purposes. Bids will shortly  be called for clearing *h.e land following  an inspection by aldermen Nelson and Bodway and a maintenance building will be  erected."  Land acquisition bylaw No. 87 was approved by council last week, wherein it was  stated that lots 19., 20 and 21, Blocks one  and two of district lots 303 and 304 would be  purchased for the sum of $3685.58 from  Sechelt Lands Ltd.  SIDEWALK PARKING  Aid. Morgan Thompson drew attention  to the problem of people parking cars on  the sidewalk in front of tbe post office  and it was decided that the sidewalk should  be properly marked next time work is being done in that area.  CROSSWALK ACTION  Council unanimously decided to paint  a crosswalk at the intersection of Cowrie  and Inlet across the main highway, to see  how it works. Mayor Swain stated that a  number of people commented on the fact  that there are no white lines at intersections. Village clerk, Mr. Rayner advised  council that an uncontrolled crosswalk on  the arterial highway which goes through  Sechelt has been considered a hazard to  pedestrians and a survey is presently being conducted by department of highways  to determine the need for a marked crosswalk, presumably this is the one requested  by the School Board.  Mr. Bayner stated he would divorce  himself from this project and boped council  would bejggpaxed: to foot the cost of re  ifications.  HOUSE NUMBERS  Aid. Nelson enquired if any consideration had ever been given to numbering  houses in Sechelt and council agreed to investigate the cost of having a system laid  out by firms specializing jn this procedure.  CONSIDERATION  Letter to council from the Deputy MinL  ister of Health advised that no financial  help could be given for the service of the  building inspector who is carrying out septic tank inspection for the Health Unit.  However consideration is being given to  appointment of additional help for the  health unit inspector.  UNSIGHTLY SIGNS  Asked if anything had 'happened regarding a letter to the owners of property sporting a variety of signs in the village. Aid.  Nelson commented that as far as he could  see an even ^Jigger sign had recently been  erected,   j  QUERY  Aid. Thompson queried the assessment  of Sechelt Waterworks system given in the  Dayton and Knight Sunshine Coast Waterworks Survey which lhe felt was extremely  high compared with that given independently by other engineers.  Aid. De Lange who represents the village on the Begional District Board explained the reason for the different as she  understands it and commented on the special meeting being held to discuss the report. ,  Only the electoral areas of the Sunshine  Coast Begional_Di_&icts will bei^^quired  Authorized os second closs  mail Jby   the  Post  Off��*>  Deportment, Ottawa.   ���  Weighty Question  PBOPOSAL by airline operator Al Campbell to provide a flight between Secbelt  ^nd Nanaimo was given full support by the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce executive  meeting last week at Selma Park-  Mr. Campbell told members it is the in- *  -tention of Tyee Airways to make appliea- -  tion to the Air Transport Commission: for   <  permision to operate a scheduled service  twice daily each way and present plans  are to leave Sechelt at 9:00 a.m. and 13  noon. Flying time to Nanaimo is 15 minutes and return trips will be at 3:30 a.m.  and 12:30 p.m. A late flight is planned for  Sundays  leaving Sechelt at 5 p.m.  and  returning from Nanaimo at 5:30 p.m.  These flights are all connecting with the  present Jervis Jinlelt schedule but additional crossings will be made according to demand.  Mr. Campbell stated his present Jervis  Inlet schedule is proving increasingly popular and as an example of his new proposed link service explained that passengers flying from Nanaimo can .be at Pender Harbour in one hour via Sechelt. Cost  of such a trip would be about $16.00. Fare  from Sechelt to Nanaimo will be $9.00 sin-  Sunshine Coast Regional D-reetors  are satisfied that _he Sunshine Coast  "Waterworks Survey recommenda-  'fions are essential to the growth of  Jthe District. Discussing final stages  of the Assent Bylaw to be presented  in electoral areas on November 23rd  are from left: directors Cliff Gilker;  Archie Rutherford; secretary Char  les Gooding; director Lome Wolverton; chairman Frank West; Engineer Martin Dayton; directors Adele  Ide Lange; Fred Feeney; Harvey  Hubbs and Jim Tyner. The board is  prepared to meet public bodies to  answer questions relating to the cost  of area wide supply and distribution  of water.  Combined venture  Recreation centre project  gains substantial support  mos_ag itr ife_tax-_e_. advised? that there "���to-vste-on-, the assent bylaw which, would  are specifications for a'crosswalk and a  certain type of'paant. The Mayor stated  that council will confonn to required spec-  give the Begional District the power to implement recommendations made in the  Sunshine Coast Waterworks Survey.  FLANS FOB a recreation centre complex  spearheaded last July Jby the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce have taken hold  during past months and at an executive  meeting last week considerable oniteretst  j___ been indicated by groups in hath Galb-  isons and Seehelt.  One offer of property in the Roberts  Creek area has been made by an interested resident of that district and a substantial sum of money already offered by a  /Gibsons organisation. One of the leaderp  of the project, Dr. Erie Paetkau, explained  to anembem pcessent that be' was representing the Sunshine Coast lions Club which  has expressed interest in adding its weight  to the scheme. He pointed out that the | old  gle trip or $12.00 return within a JEdri^-    i-_p._*> a. .community hall a* now a tog  eight boitr wa$od.i<--Jt'*^"���-<���-'      *""   ~^'J &blh63^-#%4d&it^  " " to be a white elephant. WsSffis i&S&x' is  Tbe^Ch-iJnber agreed to contact Island -" ......  there is no reason why we should not have  a recreational centre to be proud of and  one which could prove of great benefit to  all. This fact has already been proved by  the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club.  During the past months a number of  outside communities which have already  established such centers have been approached for information and so far replies  haye been received ffirom most o!f them.  Various ways and means by which funds  might be raised have been submitted and  in some instances, plans and relative in-  tfommation wtere also (forwarded on, dn  most cases information received has proved quite valuable.  yolum'e 5, No, 47  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1968  276 violation reports  hit Victoria motorist  ONliYA SMiAUL percentage  of  motorists  are disputing violation  reports  issued  under the new driving law which went into effect in Greater Victoria area on Oct. 1.  Under the law, motorists charged with  violation reports go to the Superintendent  of Motor Vehicle Act are issued violation  reports instead of traffic tickets and fines.  The violation reports j?o to the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles  who  files tbe  in formation in a  computer  system  and  then issues a warning to the motorist or  suspends a motorist's driving licence when  sufficient demerit points are accumulated.  In the first seven days of the new law  a total 276  violation reports  were  issued  *by police in the Greater Victoria area.  Only 17 motorists disputed the reports  and, under provisions of the new law, elected to contest the case in court  The other 239 motorists did not dispute  their violation reports and the reports have  been sent to the Motor Vehicle Branch  Attorney-General L. B. Peterson said  the system is working well in the Greater  Victoria area. 'It is, of course, too early  to make a sound judement of this program, but the early public reaction to the  introduction of the program is encouraging.  Thus far it seems to be working well,"  the   Attorney-General  said.  Armistice commemorated  with banquet and dance  AT THE general meeting of Branch 140  Boyal Canadian ^Legion Seehelt, it was  announced plans are well under way for  thc 50th Anniversary of the Armistice Banquet and Dance, to be held November 9th  1988 at 6.30 p.m.  Music for this event will be iby "Herb'.s  "Western Troupadours" and as a large turn  out is anticipated it .is urged that tickets  be obtained as soon as possible, deadline  for purchase of tickets is October 31st.  Each ex-service member is entitled to  take one guest only and old age pension  members of Branch 140 will be admitted  at half price.  Branch executive looks forward to a  good turn out for the Anmistice Parade,  November nth which will form at the  Sechelt iLegion Hall at 10'15 a.m 'Medals  and decorations should be worn and it is  again pointed out; this is the 50th Armistice anniversary.  Zone iMeeting (Madeira Park Legion, Saturday October 28th. Dinner will be at 1  p.m. followed by the meeting. All members  are welcome.  ���Benovations have started at the Selma  Park Legion dub and members axe invited  to drop in to submit any ideas they raught  have for improvements.  Chambers and organizations seeking additional support.  a complete complex which might be shared  by all ages and would ultimately include  skating rink, curling, dance area, iswim  pool, tennis courts and any such entertainment facilities that might be required  together with a convention hail.  It was explained that such a project could  cost in excess of $250,000 but this need  not prove impossible providing the various  organisations get behind it and work together as a team.  A number of members of the Gibsons  Chamber had been expected but failed to  turn up. It was however, decided to contact various people on the Sunshine Coast  together with the various organis'atiohs,  service clubs etc.  Discussion^ upon the endeavors of those  ���who combined forces in order to establish  a golf, and country dub which dispite  tremendous odds has flourished. A recreational centre such as that presently envisioned could not possibly b�� established  by any one community at this time but  an earnest approach by the entire  area  Airport information,.. .  at Regional Board request  DISCUSSING request by the Begional  Board for more information regarding  the municipal airport, Mayor Fred Feeney  told Council of Gibsons "we have turned  oyer all information to them, I certainly  don't know what else they require"?  Both, councils recently (suggested the  Begional Board consider taking over operation of the airport as a function. At the  present tiW both councils pay $1,250 each  toward its maintenance, and feel as a  function smouW now be assumed by the  Begional District,  So far the Board has shown some reJuc-'  tance and has informed councils that it  has no such authority at present. Further  that more information is required.  Alderman Ken Goddard told council the  airport committee has turned  everything  over to the Board and on a suggestion by  Alderman Wally Peterson moved the 'Board  hi asked just what else it requires.  E.  Record amount  Approyfll  Mission City members of O.A.P.O.  Branch 28 fully approved the Senior  Citizens Homes nearing completion  in Sechelt and remarked "We must  get started on something similar".  Seventy members of tbe Branch visited Sechelt last Thursday, pictured  here discussing the homes witb Canon Alan Greene are from left: Mrs.  B. Stromberg; ]\Irs. A. Van Der Est;  Mrs. Ann (Bell; Mrs. M. Hincke; Mrs.  M. Killberg and Mrs. M. Jonson.  ������"- -1"1 "7 "  '   '   '""  Lands Branch approves  gravel pit application  LANDS  Brand!  has  approved  application  by village of Gibsons to 'lease a parcel  of crown property for use an a gravd pit  subjccit. to a fiatlnfiadory survey being carried out at council expense by a B.C. land  surveyor of council'- choice,  Council afirccd to proceed with lease  arrangementa which will be ior a five year  period Kubjwt l(o renewal at d,incr<;tlon of  tbe Lands Branch together witii. review  nnd a<lJuMtim<*nt of rcnt.nl, alwi at discretion of tbe lessor.  Statutory Jwhc fee is $5,(K> and council  will bo requlwl'to pay royailtlett of ,0c per  cubic yard for ��11 gravel material removed. TIiJh, too, wiill be nu'bject to review on  renewal of itiio learn.*.  Tlie Lands Branch points'out ithat pcr>  mission to cut timber from 'tiki Jcawhold  land will not bc permMed M��til formal issuance of Jeo/sc Indenture baa been <tffect-  od.  Expand boundaries .  NECESSITY for village expansion was a-  galm expressed at last executive meeting of the Secihelt and District Chamber of  Commerce with general approval given a  resolution recommending expansion of village boundaries and Implementation of a  sewer system, '  Members were cautioned that Hhould  council undertake a second attempt to  bring West Sechelt within lit_ 'boundaries  'iho Wliolc situation would have to be well  explained to the public. Failure to provide  a clear picture law! time wan suggested ap  tiie reason the project was thrown1 out,  It was agreed _tller due dlKcufision that  one of the main reasons for expansion  would be to o.)taiii more funds which could  be lised to effect, financial support, of Cannes oriented to betterment of the cwn.nun-  jty as a whole, Specifically such iraiova-  tlonis *n sewers which would pave the way  for apartment blockw and conwnerelail en-  (_*rpi-sca presently impossible under recent  rvewer restrictions. This Jn lurn could result Jn greater employment, for young j>e<>-  pl�� who only too often are forced to leave  the area in order to find work,  ELECTIONS |  Nvccsttity of seeking isuit.ably progrcs.  jtdve  candidates to till  some of the  tseaits  shortly to be| available on both council and  school board was made very dear, It w��n  'agreed that wch changes arc needed anil  that ln> certain areas Improvements are required.  Chairman Erich Hensch will appoint a  ���two man committee to seek ,suitatWe candidates who, it is hoped, will agree to accept,  nomination.  FERRIES  Disgust at the present liangdale-Horse-  ,sho'�� Bay ferry situation was again expressed and it was agreed that before �� further  ajiproach be made to the B.C. Ferry Authority, a two man committee bc delegated  to investigate and come up with a proposed  plian for Improvement,  ' While Is was agreed to convey a letter  of thanks to the Highways department engineer for work carried out on eomc of the  wide roads in the area, request for addliUo'i-  al work on Davis Bay Road will bc made,  It was also suggeslu*d a letter Ih* sent expressing approval of the fact that fill is being Milked along the Davis Bay waterfront  but, awfclng if tills could be carried out without unsightly stomps being dumped with  the fill. Ibe stumps, it. was stated, are )>m-  vlng a hazard 'to suial .w>ats along the  - beach.  SQUOOIL referendum No. 9 will amount to  a record $1,660,50�� if it Ib approved by  Victoria. 'Proposed referendum has already been sent to the department of education and planning chairman Sbeila Kitson  announced at last week's board meeting  that details will be released to the presa  nnd public when approval is received.  General business was dealt with In a  record one hour session before the, board  retired Into committee to discuss atatflf and  student  matters.  Minutes off three special, meeting- held  on September J.��ti��; 24th and October 10th  were reviewed by /trustees. Minutes have  not been released to the press but rewording of a, resolution dealing wJ1h a etaff  matter was requested toy ��� tiptistcc fiheto  KiRson. Secretary J. Metzler received 1lhc  chairman's' approval! that in future all  resolutions ibe presented in 'writing.  BOAAD OFFICE  Rcqulest from Sunshine Coast Regional  District that tiie school board again give  consideration to the /sharing of administrative oWlccs met with approval of School  tooand chairman Don Douglas. Two Trustee... from the Glktons area, Mrs. Agnes  Labonte and Mr. Norman Hough were a-  ppolnted to fyrm a comrnitlee and arrange  a meeting with the Jteglonal Hoard.  Original plana for a school board oflfice  to bc ibuUt Jn <3ib��on�� were included, in  referendum No. 8 approved by the electorate and progressed as far as 1bo working drawing stage; provincial government  freer*! on non-essential building left 1he  iiwojcct. in abeyance.  FINANCES 8  ScciX'tary Treasurer J. jMeUJcr has Jn-  veetcd^Bprpfua .funds amounting to $32^43  from referenda Nos. 4, 5 and 6 in dcpbslt  receipts, reported finance chairman Wm.  Malcolm.        ���  Three readings were given School Loan  Bylaw No. 16 authorizing sale of $140,000  eintolng fund debentures to B,(C. School  District Capital Financing Authority- Interest rate is C.40 per cent.  EDUCATION  District Superintendent R. R. Hanna reported that there are now 105 students on  the school jnusic programme.  New experiment Js being carried' out  at /Gibsons Elementary School' under the  supervision of iPirincipall <J. | Cooper. Six  voJunleer aides arc helping in the school,  performing tasks which teachers would  like to isce done but have no time to do  them selves, -such as making visual aids.  Mr. Hanna stated tiJat a report will eventually bo turned over to the 'board. Ladles  taking part, and thoroughly enjoying tho  experiment were /Mrs. <J, Cooper; /Mn>, J.  Ayris; iMrs, J, D. Hobson; ,Mrs. Ted H/ume;  Mrs. J. Clement and Mrs. Mike Fromager.  Commenting on a report igiven 'to truv  tccfl, Hanna stated that, he feels that failure for anyone is a devasting experience  and a child' should be brought along so  that, he /succeeds.  TRANSPORTATION  letter from Pender Harbour Ratepayers queried the Hoard's refusal to permit, kindergarten children to Iravel on  school buses even though rooim is available  and lhe bus personnel prepared to take  them. |  Chairman Don 'Douglas slated that although no extra cost would be involved  under .hese circumstances, thc board has  taken a /stand on kindergarten trans'iwta-  p��0* 2  DRIVING SCHOOL  Something new for 'the area is establishment of a driving .{.school complete with  dual control cars.  Application was approved following letter from /Mr. P. Jackson who isaid he has  two vehicles, is'a fully qualified instructor  and plans to operate temporarily from the  Rdtz JVIotel. Tf successful he plans to establish his own quarters next summer.  Alderman Peterson expressed the view  that such a business could prove an asset ,  to the district.  COMPLIMENT  Letter from the -Jnited Church Women  complimented council*on the recently con-'  stmcted comfort station and expressed1 the  view that the appearance of the building  its very nice. Mayor Feeney commented  that it is indeed a pleasant change to get  such compliments.  Kennels have been completed and the  dog pound i/s now in operation. Aldermen  were unanimously impressed with the results and it was agreed the situation of  straying dogs has Improved considerably.  COMMUNITY HALL  Copy of a circular letter sent to various  organizations by Alderman Ken Crosby outlining need for a co/mmunlty hall was read..  Aldenman Peterson said he felt the matte*  should be looked into "it has occurcd to  me we have been using school buildings for  past events and Jt Is possible wc might  build, ajaccnt to the schools and let them  use the building in order to avoid duplication" he added.  It was agreed the matter be tabled pending a further report from Aid. Crosby  who was not present.  DAD CORNER ,  Duo to tlie fact his fence has been  damaged on a number of occasions by  motor vehicles, a resident suggested there  be no left turn off School Road into North  Fletcher.  Roth the Mayor and Aid. Peterson agreed the Jdea had merit and It was moved  the matter be turned over to lhe Roads  Chairman for further investigation.  Government greetings  for 50th anniversary  ANYONE with a MJth wedding anniversary  coming up or anyone with knowledge of  friends or relatives with their golden celebration Jn ^ght are advised to notify Hon,  Isabel ^Dawson who advises Tlie Times that  on siirh notification to her office In Vie/tor-  Ja. she will see that official government  greetings are lorwarded.  Urirf note to Minister without 1 .wrtfolJo,  Hon. Isabel Dawson, legislative RuJlding,  Victoria, will do the trick.  u  6  e  I  ll  x  \  'I  VlJ����til<.*M��iM^*'*t*Vff .f^"^  ^���fl^t.;*.*,^.^^  Vf'Swtf'"* ,**-*��tW,W'''*^WMhh��,V'*' ��*" *���* i*t.rW*��- #>&  '^^^^M^fl^^^^^^mk  ^rl*^^  ^^^^^f^p^^^f^fsmr  y  ,���YYI>1-*'^VV'  ^SfV** *lrtl.  ;Ui^-rf&<*A^  Pgfl�� 2   Tfre Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Oct. 23; 1968  '1  | IHE IrtanMSBUL /��*_je�� fiib&ns - Phone 88$-;2$l5  -*% sf ,-   n?  _MWWI��l��WI��_t|JM  i��^iiii(*^i^*f(i^��_Jv^ ���_ .  _  ftEAt fStJ-TI! (continued)     Jllkl. ESTATE,CCoJ||g��   BOATS 4 ENGINES  l    I  PjEnSTpER- Harbour - view ,lof&.  ..LDlJ27 and 28> S&dey _5Ubdiw-  Box &876 Peninsula Times/]  ra&etf  -$676-1  Publishfid Wednesdays by the  The Pfinirisuha -Times Ltd.,  '    ot Sechelt, B.C.'  PERSONAL (Cont,)  Member, Audit Bureau  et Circulation*  *  March 31,1968  Gross Circulation 2066  Paid Circulation 1807  .Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion 50c  Three   Insertions   $1.00   10c  Extra lines (5 words)  (This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs,)  Box Numbers  10c extro  25c Book-keeping/ charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  '  publication dote.  Legal or   Reader advertising 25c  ^ per count line.  Display advertising ih classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rotes���  By mail. Peninsula area ..$5,00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.5G yr.  By moil, special citizens % price  By carrier  ��� 50c hiortth  ENGAGEMENTS  ME. AND MRS..S..H.. Hately  of Madeira Park annouhce  the engagement of their- youngest daughter Wendy Marie to  Daniel Robert, oldest son of  Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lee of Madeira Park. Wedding arrangements wall be announced later.  9740-47  "Wedding Announcements  MR. AND MRS. Carl Gust of  Gibsons, B.C. are pleased to  announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Patricia  Elaine to Mr. Roy Wigard,  youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.  Gunnar < Wigard of Sechelt, B.  C. Wedding to take place at  St. John's United Church, Wilson Creek on Saturday, November 16 at 2 p.m. Rev. W. M.  Cameron officiating. 9735-47  OBITUARY  WARNE: Passed away on October 19th, 1968, Theodore  Forrest Warne in his 68th year  of Gibsons, B.C. He is survived |  by his loving wife Anne; 4 sons, I  Alistair McAskel of Revelstoke,  and Douglas, Theodore, and  Bruce Warne, all of Vancouver;  1 sister, Mrs. Feme Caldwell  of-Squamish; 2 grandchildren,  Charles and Susan. The late  Mr. warne retired as District  Chief of the Vancouver Fire  Department in 1959. Funeral  service was held on Wednesday, October 23, at 12 noon  from the Family Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home in Gibsons, Rev. B. Jenks officiating. Interment Sea View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. 9745-47  WRAY ��� Charles Wray passed  away October 13, 1968, aged  eighty years, of Madeira Park,  B.C. Survived by his loving  wife Margaret (Maggie), four  sons,* Len, Gibsons; Wilfred  and Peter, Pender Harbour;  William, Tetface. Four daughters, Mrs. \Julia Reid, Mrs.  Margaret CaVnehm, Mrs. Mur-  ial Cameron all of Pender Harbour and Mrs\ Florence Houseman, New York. Four sisters,  Mrs. . Emmy Dilabough, Vancouver; Mrs. Ruth Lewis, Kelowna; Mrs. Harriet Hillier and  Mrs. Sara Edmunds, Pender  Harbour. One brother, Walter,  Pender .Harbour; 29 grandchildren and great grandchildren.  Funeral service was held Wednesday October _<> at 2 p.m.  from the Madeira Park Community Hail, Reverend B. Jenks  officiating. Interment Forest  VJew Cemetery, Harvey Funeral Home directors.  9719-47  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to express our sincere thanks to the many organizations and persons who  helped uh after our recent loss  through fire. ���Mr. and Mm.  J^d   Heajih, I       1)000-49  WE wish to express our sincere  llhanks and a parcel a1 Ion to  our many friend*/ who vwrc no  kind to us during our recent  In'reavcim .it, and a|so for tho  beautiful floral utlci-ltigN. Special ilhanks to Dr, W, JJurUiIck,  Dr. Stuart and the staff of St.  ial thanks to Dr, W, Uunlnick,  Mary'fl JHohj'IUiI, --The War-  nock   Family. 'MZIM  PERSONAL  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING  IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5_7rSJ_E, 1.25 EACH  f�� (same subject)  ... 1,00 each  12 (tinmo subject) 90 each  BxlO SIZE, 2,00 EACH  C (same subject)   l.f>0 each  .2 (same subject)   1.Z5 each  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous., P.O.  3-x 284, Sechelt', B.C. Phone  ��J6S876. "969-lfB  CLOSE to Sechelt. board and  sunie nursing care in- ne'w  cozy collage by sea', beautiful  view; country living; ail1 conveniences. Home coojeed meals,  special diets catered to. Elec-.  trie heating, own thermostat to  bedroom. Reasonable. .Vrite  Box 9662, Peninsula Times,' Sechelt. '     95$2-tfn  WORK WANTED  wmDYMMP cabinet   inaker,  will do odd jobs. Seasonable.  Ph. 8815-9902.     .    ���       '     766-tfn  CARPENTER wjwk; alterations,  carports,    'etc,    885-2343 ' or  evenings 885-9460. '        1874-tfn  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned ana repaired-  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, old jobs, etc. AU work  guaranteed. BBil Seehelt, Phone  885-2191 or 885-2094. 1571-lfn  MAN experienced in most facets of construction, home buil-  r _ig wants permanent work in  Sechelt area. Own transportation. References. "Write "Box  $689, Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  9689-47  EXPERIENCED  secretary  requires! - full- or part-time employment. Ph. 886-7006.  9701-48  WANTED  WILL    purchase    patches    of  standing  timber.   Phohe 886-  2459. 1681-tfn  SMALL acreage, view or waterfront,  required   by private  party. Ph.  886-7006. 9702-48  TWO piece dress Brownie uniform. Size .8. Ph. 886-7147.  <J721-47  HELP WANTED  EXPERIENCED full-time bookkeeper. Books to trial balance, accounts payable, payroll,  Pension plan, MSA, congeniaf  staff. Beply to Box 9692, Peninsula Times,  Sechelt, B.C.  9692-47  WOMAN housekeeper-companion over 50 preferred for elderly lady and working son-  Evenings free. Two rooms for  own use. Good wages. In Gibsons. Write to Box 213, Gibsons.,  B.C. 7529-47  SALAL WANTED  \Top price paid. Good quality  required. Contact J. p. Hayes,  Reed Moss & Fern, Sechelt,  885-9313. 9532-tfn  FOR  RENT  i  HALL foi   rent,  Wilson  Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Glen Phillips.  885-2183. 1095-tfn  2 BEDROOM older type house.  Old age pensioners only. 886-  2919. 9656-tfn  2 BEDROOM unfurnished bouse  at   Tillicuml   Bay.    $50   per  month. Ph. 885-2191. 9711-48  FURNISHED    bachelor    suite,  self-contained, low rent. Close  to Sechelt.  Ph. 885-2041.  Y 9741-49  FULLY   furnished,   1   bedroom  cottage on highway at Half-  moon Bay. $45 per month, 885-  9534. 9718-49  WANTED TO RENT  3 BEDROOM house in Pender  Harbour area. Preferably water frontage.  Ph. 883-2594.  9731-48  REAL ESTATE   LOTS for sale, 4 cleaned view  lots in Selma Park. Serviced  with power iand water. Priced  at $2,750 each. P.O. Box 299,  Sechelt or lo view contact L,  Nestman; Selma Park.   9G59 .fn  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 681-9700 collect  or  736-917]  For fast service on all proper-  ties, and buHirieistH'*..  WE TRADE HOMES  WJ40-tfn  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest   Shopping    Ccntro-��� ,  Gibsons  Providing   the   Sunshine   Coast.  wllh   a   compJcto   Professional  Service,  Heal Estate ��� Insurance  (General and Life)  Law Office and Notary Public  (It, 1 . Kcnrw-tt)  Prompt ntt-cnlon to purchase or  mile of property from Inception  to retfiwration.  To list or purchase call now ������  Our eKpMlewod watosmni  are  at   your   service,  886-2.81  ,     83.0-.ifn  EWART McMYNN  ' REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple'listing Service  '      ,   PHONE 886-2248   '  1   bedroom   cottage,   Gibsons.-  On 50* lot, $4,500.  $10,COO dn for 3 bdrm home,  16'xJS' Jiving room, 2,000 sq. ft.  floor, spaee. A-O. 2 bdrm suite  below. Double garage, good  view, in <Jibs_ns. Full price on  70'xllO' lot $32,500. With second 1st $35,000.  Furnished 2 bdrm, A-O, fireplace, picture window. I2'xl2',  cone. bsmt. 760 sq. ft. floor,  50' lot. $5.CC0 down on $11,500.  A good buy-  Country house on 7/10 acre level Oand, close to sea and handy  to blacktop. $6,000 terms.  E. AAcMynn  Do yVortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  ���    ' 9738-47  THE SUN SHINES ON  les' of unrestricted view waterfront with the finest sandy  beach. 2 bedroom home that is  a delight to show.  $38,000.  Immaculate ��� Quarter acre  fenced and in lawns, walks,  flowers, shrubs, and patios. 3  bedroom house, garage and outbuildings. Near schools, beach,  and stores. $21,000.  Large lot, Selma Park, $2800.  Good terms.    '  $1,500 DOWN���In Sechelt, 2  bedroom house, remodelled, electric heat, laundry room, attached carport. Move right in  at $10,800.  West Sechelk-View of Trail Island. This 2 bdrm electric heated comfortable cottage on 75'x  700' lot is a gem. $14,000 cash.  NEW, West Sechelt���Luxurious  4-plex en 80'x478' lot. Own water system. 14'x20' living room,  WW carpets, 2 bdrms, col.  plumbing. All with gulf view.  Fully occupied.    '  SECHELT���2200', 3 bdrm home  with extra 'bedroom and rumpus room in basement. Fireplace, A-oil heat, 100' waterfront.  Secluded $30,000.  Lot���Welcome Beach, 100'x90p'  with   -road   allowance,    $2,000*  Village Lot���Dolphin St., $2,500-  H. Gregory 885-9392  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Sechelt, B.C.  973747  ONE ONLY: There is no other  house like it on the Peninsula.  Built to owners design on two  lots with the magnificent view  overlooking Davis Bay, Three  large bedrooms aU with double  closets, master bedroom has  separate vanity bath. Utility  room, kitchen*with breakfast  area, dining room, large Jiving  room with fireplace opening onto unfinished patio. Full basement with rec room (unfinished fireplace) another room  could be office or den or workshop. Owner will consider  trades of acreage, smaller  house, or small business as  part or all payment. Further  details on request.  ROBERTS CREEK: Approximately ..o ac, South slope, nicely  treed, excellent access', ,$6800.  full price, Excellent terms,  Immaculate 2 Bdrm home on  lge WF lot. Bright modern kitchen, spacious Lit and dining  room, Full conerel�� bsmt., features 12x20 room and A-oil furnace, The greenhouse and garden features many /unusual  plants and shrubs, plus fruit  trees, small fruits, etc, garage,  GIBSONS: Small do-it-yourself  deal. Partially finished. Ono  bedroom home, in nice area,  good water suppply. $7,000 full  price.  Central Gibsons, lot 65'xl30'  with creek, only $1800 with only $500 down, balance as rent,  GOWER POINT: Enjoy privacy without Isolation on tlito  Va Ac, WF park. Delightful  year round 5 room cottitge features attractive living room with  fireplace, Convenient, all electric kitchen and dining area.  Workshop nnd gnragu. A-oll  beat.  Details on rc<|iie..t,  K,  Butler  ��� 8Kfl.2W)0  Ron McSa\]ancy  ��� Ktt.-W5C  Ed Butler  ��� WHS-2000  Don Tall  ��� 883-2284  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons,  U,���,  Phone 880 2000  MEMBER  MUi/ni'LE LISTING  HERVIVM I  ��7:i��-47  EXCELLENT   coiMe^al -lot - RUNABOUT, boat-storage ava&.  "-T -centre ^Secb&J^^$ay - &. able. $zfer?md 'day-forMmter.  .cation',  leva and -te&geH'"All    ph-*856-2400, &h��w Bctt'/Gibsons-  ^eryipes  -available. ���. BOX���rttrj       '        ' ' 9516-tfn  -Penins^ila-Tlmes; ^'Y 1104-jfn  J^ITQS &:ffrUCks jCont.)   $Qk SAtE fro^i.ue0     \> *&l S^f )cMi)HSpJ|S  REDBOOFFS���Modem '4 'bed-  . joom home on 2 lots, close tp  beach and safe boaMoeiiDi'iige.  Living jtwm, ^Sxi^ [fireplace.  Bright cab- kitchen; n��&c room.  15 FT-CADltiiAC aliun. Jwwjt,  3?; hp motpr, trailer,- cover,  lights for sale." Phone ��85-2007-  A 9618-tfn  FORS4LE-1957 GMC ,pkk-n.p.   169  F��, new f&nca mitptval,   $!$��# and fiftijdace wood? fir  1958'Olds ��8.  J964  Pontiac.,,   Striated Cedar, j5n3��ibYGlaz-      and alder. ,_��e -'undersell ev-  ^���Pfa. 885-2315. ;       "S739-47 ' ed .Mosaic'file, ^'stj.'-ftrtur-   eryoiwYM town. Special"rates  _^/~7~~���~~r~Z���:���. Anoise^n sq\_St_Javendec Ph���for pensioners. Serving Gibsons  ���0' CYL.   1   dnnr  Cnrr  fipdan-   vkwk       ...    . . .   .   m9-t7   and -Secbelt  fffmm iftrr ���.-?���  i  16 FT- plywood, boat Cabin.  ._-,,_..., ' ,"7������* New controls, two 5 gallon  tti^!%^ttar^ ^^   tanks, 35 hp Evinrude. Phone  good transportation^ best of*  4et. S83-2686. ,      ' 972947  MUST sell. 1965 Mustangs $1400"  "or best offer- Phone 885-9345-  _7fl0-48  p.m.  landscaped yard ayitb, patio.  Sale by owner, phone- evenings  885-3782 or write Box 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Se-  tcheli, B.C-  ' ,v.- Y4B9dfti  883-2645.Y   .. 9710-48  14 FT. BOAT trailer and motor  for sale. What offers, 885-2024.  9743-47  MOBILE HOMES  GIBSONS���Immaculate 2 bedroom/ fully serviced, part  basement home on .ivel landscaped lot. An ideal retirement   home    location.    Full    price   17 FT- fibreglass hardtop with  21  FT-  clinker, built,  275 hp  Chrysler. Bunks, galley, head,  FP $5,000. Ph. -889-9434.  9725-48  ���._/  112,000  Choose your building .lot now.  An excellent selection ot leyel  and view lots priced ftprn $1,250  to $2,250. Down payments .from  $250 with easy terms.' 4  DAVIS BAY���Fully.- serviced  view lot 60'xl50* in fast developing area close to excellent  beach. Full price $2i1250.  SECHELT���Fully serviced y_  acre in choice residential area  An excellent buy at $2,500  Terms.  Waterfront: 25 parklike acres  with level and gently sloping  area and 850 feet'shortine. This  land is easily developed and  overlooks well knpwn-Sar^eant  Bay salmon fishing haunts. Full  price  $45,000. Terms.-LL,...  SECRET COVE AREAU-Water-  front motel-marina Yivith tremendous potential. JVlQdern, fully equipped lodge wi|�� "dining  room seating 60 persons and  owners living quarters; eleven  attractively placed Ijcotteges  each with a view balcpny; abundant water. sugpjyj:r:..Ijoai  house, boats and floats. Full  details upon request. PMoed at  $125f000. ' PP'L.  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Fully  serviced, beautifully treed, waterfront and se_M%at|rfroirt  lots in this scenic harbour with  year-round boating and fishing.  Priced from $2,500 to $6,500.  SAKINAW LAKE���Large waterfront lots on this beautiful 6  mile long lake. Easy access via  Lee's Bay. Easy terms available. Full price $4,250 each. 7  For these and other choice properties on the Sunshine Coast  contact Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay at Gibsons office, 886-  9900.  FJNLAY REALTY LTD-  Gibsons       and        Burquitlam  9644-45  BU1LDJNG SUPPLIES        '���  GIBSONS     Building     Supplies  Ltd.   886-2642,   Gibsons,   B C.  Quality Ready-mixed  concrete  Serving tbe area for 20 years  90-tfu  .  I  LOST  LOGGING rigging���one 12 inch  "Norco" block, new condition;  two I"x4"x24" tree irons, new-  condition; four 1 inch guyline  shackles, new condition; one 78  inch guyline shaclde, new condition; one lead strap, length  approx. 7 ft., IV4" wire rope;  four guylines, length 185 ft.  each, %" wire rope; one 180  ft. length, % 6x19 IWRC wire  rope. A. Wilson, Roberts Creek.  9733-48  FOUND  A.  GARLPCK���your item  picked  up.   Ph.  886-2747.    9734-47  ONE set of keys, found  at SI.  Mary's    Hospital.    Ph.    885-  2224. 9728-47  LEGAL   NOTICES  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and .sj.tuaio  at the soulh side of Secret  Cove.  Take notice that Wcwari Jin.  plorations Ltd., of 38 - 845 Hornby, Van,, occupation land development and mlnlni' exploration intends to apply for a lense  of the foJJowinjj deserlbe/l  lands;  Commencing at a post plum,  ed S.E, corner of Lnl ]( |'|un  12!.J2 of D.L, 4(K11; thwiee' Soulli  2500 ft. to N.W. corner ot |,f,t  5410; thence East K.00 || ;  Uience NortJj 3900 ft. to a pnlni  300 ft, rwut.li; of the JS|,W. cor  ner of IM 0843; Ihence weslei-lj-  following w.ulili IxHindary of ex-  Jsttng leas* applications to u  point ol commencement and  containlni; 80 acre*., more or  Jess, for the pur|K>.ic of develop  ment of land opened up by our  road construction,  IIAJl'OLI) JAMES MeKKN7.li;  Agent  for  Wcstcnn   Exploratilons  Lin  :iH - 84 5 Hornby  Vancouver, B.���,  Dated Oct, 4, JtKm  97115-Pub; Oct. JH. ZX, 30, Nov. c  controls and jgas tanks.  Excellent condition.   Ph.  885-2292.  9720-449  PARKWOOD CANADIAN  19C7 mobile home. 44'X10'.' Two  bedrooms, front living room.  Full price $5,900. Available  Dec. 1st. For information phone  885-9515.  Big Maple Motel  & Trailer Resort  9707-tfn  HUNTING 'beft-s/ yariotis* sizps-  , Ph. 885-9976.       ' ,     '; 3075-48  TRUMPET for sale. <5ood condition. Ph. '886-2675-      19694-48  ZEZNITfl wringer warier, A-\  condition, $89.95; wnnggr washers, $10.95 Id $29.95; Siinplic-    ��� _._rw,_J.,- v.  ity wringer washer, 3 months   885-2171, Secbelt, JS,C.  old, $99.95.  used eonsole TV,  A-l    condition, l $129,95--  Doii't  forget to see  -��ur big Hoover  Demonstration on Friday, Oct.  18,   1968.   Parker's  Hardware  Ltd.,   phone   885-2171; Sechelt,  B.C. 9715-1&  7528-49  USED TVTs:. Philco Console,  $99,95; Philco -Console,, new  picture tube, $14&95; Frigidaire  Fridge, $99-95;, used wood an,d  coal rang*. $24.95; used' wringer washers from 3aa#5 to $j��_95  Parker's Hardware^ pod. phone  9744-tfn  PORTABLE     generator,     300  watt, 110 volt 12 volt, 12 amp  $95. Phone Don, 885-9626.  9732-47  /  CARS orid TRUCKS  FOR SALE  1956   PLYMOUTH    Belvedere,  automatic,  Good running order. $150. Ph. 885-2192."   9678-47  FOR   SALE,  private   car,   '64  VW   beetle,   good   condition,  $850. Ask for Herman, 885-2812.  9726-47  1958 FORD sedan, as is, where  is. $75,  Ph. 385-2106.    9723-49  1964   400  cc -NORTON.   Partly  customized.    Excellent    condition.  $500  cash.   Phone 487-  9023, Powell River.      .   1950-47  USED fridge, 6 months old,  029.95; GE electric stove,  24 , $79.95; Easy wringer washer $29.95; Kenmore wringer  washer $19.95. Parker's Hardware Ltd,, Sechelt, B.C. Phone  885-2171. 9683-tfn  LARGE oil  space  heater for  sale. All complete. Ph. 885-  9450. .   '9674-47  li   IT'S   suits���It's   lagans  885*330, Seclielti Jf.-Ci".*     .  .8893-tf-  WATEBFBONT home near  Garden Bay. Water, power,  float, good road. Call 883^22^9  or write Box 4, HE 1, MtadeiEa  Park, B.C. 9691-48  4    BURNER    propane    stove,  glass door oven, lights, etc.  Good condition, $50. 8S3--249.  9730-47  ZENITH wringer washing machine. 4 years old. Also bunk  beds. 885-7793. 9742-47  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglasis���Rope-  Canvas���BoM Hardware  - 0pi^re^s^'-aix servicf" tor  sfclndivers airtinks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  Phone 8869303, Gibspns, B.C.  1306-tfn  MOORE ABOUT. . ;  ������! School district budget  ,',. .......... ., ......   ���from page 1  tion throughout the whole district. These  costs would be nonv-shareable and would involve, a considerable amount of money.  Letter from the Sunshine Coast Trailer  Park -owner 'pointed out that there are six  children under nine years of age attending  Gibsons Elementary School, there will soon  be three more- In the past, the bus used  to .pick up children from the trailer park  operator /pays over $800 per year in school  taxes alone.  The board agreed with the chairman's  comments that the park is situated within  the 2__ mile limit given dn Public Schools  Act as the distance beyond which transportation is provided. If these children are  given transportation, "the board woultf be  required to provide similar service to  others. Trustee Hough- commented that VISITORS  there is no reason - why parents should  not organize a private car pool.  NO ACTION  Trustee Agnes Labonte drew attention  to the fact that no flashing -light has yet  been instated at. the. Gibsons. Elementary  School intersection and with the winter  season approaching the hazard is even  greater. Secretary J. Metzler pointed out  that department of highways had promised  to do it when, time permitted; the board  will send a reminder to the department.  TRESPASSING  Letter ���from Mrs. Rosie advised that vehicles are using her 'private property for  access to the Gibsons Elementary School  and unless this practice is discontinued it  will be necessary to erect a barrier. jPark-  ing of heavy vehicles and the loading of a.  "cat" has already runined the septic tank  facilities. IMr-s. Rose stated that the only  reaction to her first complaint was that of  sympathy. Mr. Metzler stated that the letter, was the first complaint he had received. The boand agreed to open up a gazetted 'road to provide another ac.ces's to the  schooL ,  Cd-olfRATJON \  Suipmntendent R. R. Hanna-- (reported  that the Indian Affairs Department has  been helpful in getting an extra 1 teacher  for Sechelt Elementary School and will  pay full salary of the teacher. Interviews  have taken place to select a /person for  remedial teaching. '  Well respected pioneer  passes in Shaughnessy  (BULL)   Lionel   Rkfatesr of Wilson  Creek  died on October 13 in Shaughnessy Hospital in his 81st year after a long illness.  Born in South Shields, Northumberland,  England, he came to Canada in 1907: and  after spending two years on the prairies,  came to ihe west coast. He made his home  for a while on -the Queen Charlotte Islands  and became a commercial fisherman, With  the outbreak of war in 1914, he joined tiie  29th Battalion with which he served  throughout the war.  In ,11918 he returned to hia old fishing  grounds and for the next few years fished between the Queen Charlottes, Prince  Rupert  and  Ocean  Fails.  Ii was during his visits to Ocean Falls   u  that be met the Ralph Lynds family and   j,  became their close and  well-loved friend. ,,.(  Arouind  1937,  BJ11  Richter started to fish  around the -southern end of the Gulf, making his headquarters In ��al/t/.prJn-g Island  .and along the Sechelt Peninsula. After Ids  boat sank in a'storm at Porpoise Bay, he  sett/led   down   Jn   a    proipwty   which   lie  benight In Wilson Creek,  A quiet, -llk-eable man, he wan wclJ-rcH-  peeled by -all who knew lilm up and down  the B.C. coas..  Funeral services were held on October  17 in the* Little ChajlH of the Flower,*/ at  Forest Lawn, Interment w��h Jn the Field  of Honor, ForeM Lawn Memorial I'ark.  Sechelt News Notes  INTERESTING series on the history of the   of Sechelt were  here last week  visiting  O..������1_; S-i 1  .1 <_��� - ���__*._  1      ��(T T TT       T> a�� �����_-_-_       T-..--.W     Um./.     n.._.  Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Benner. They have purchased a house in Selma. Park with plans  to return soon to live.  TRAVELLERS  Word from Francis and Ruth Stone from  Cornwall, England whede they are enjoying  the scenery.  Mrs. Zilphia McCrae of Sechelt is visiting friends in North Surrey.  Mr. H. Batchelor and Mr. I. Marshall  have left for a two week hunting trip at  Ootsa Lake in the Cariboo.  . Mrs. Leo Johnson is in Campbell River  with her mother after attending the funeral of her stepfather Mr. Fred Bryson.  BAZAAR  Mi-.* Tin  Piti/ii-,..  ,,___ T    a  ���    o   u _ Bazaar Committee of Sunshine Rebekah  att-__ed school  at  __Z\7i2   nctera. Busy mdang nvebe. te the ate  Sunshine Coast and surrounding area is  presently being presented on CBC every  Thursday evening from 7:30-8 p.m. Last  week Mrs. M. Warnock of Francis Peninsula gave an account of life in the pioneering days.  Elphinstone Junior Red Cross sent a  $50 cheque to the Sunshine Coast Senior  Housing Project. Money was raised through  hot dog and bake sales; penny drive;  sports day concessions and Christmas  Draw. ThiS| active group of young people  support many projects at home and abroad.  SICK LIST  Sorry to report that Mrs. Vera Head and  Mrs. Thelma Aylwiii are in hospital.  attended school at Porpoise Bay visited  Sechelt last Thursday. She accompanied  the group of Senior Citizens from Mission  City and enjoyed meeting old friends.-  Also in the group was Mrs. Lena Swan  meeting for the first time in thirty years,  her old friend Mrs. Alice French. Mrs.  Swari used to live at Swan Point, Hatzic.  Mr. and Mrs. Vic Watts and Mr. Fred  Thompson of Vancouver visited the Sam  Dawes last week.  Mr. Roger Evans who has recently been  visiting his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Chas.  Evans of Porpoise Bay, has left for Lima',  Peru where he will, be employed, as Maring  Electronics Technician. '": '  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Osborne had as their  .guests .on Thanksgiving weekend Ted and  Pat Osborne Jr. and daughter Terry, also  Ralph and J>u_Ey Dunn. Ted Osborne Jr.  has left for Dominica for two weeks.  Mrs. Doreen Hookam of West Vancouver is visiting her sister Mrs. Olive Marshall for a few days".  Mrs. G. MacMillen who recently retired  from the teaching staff of the Sechelt  School District has been visiting Mrs.  Alice French.  Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Human   formeriy  on Nevember 2nd were Mrs. Nelile Whaites, convener; Mesdames C. Surtees, H.  Critchell, D. Wilson, M. Walker, L. Con-  roy, L. Postelth-waite, W. Whitaker, - O.  Porte, J. Reid, A. A. French, A. G-ravelle  and N. Erickson. Tea was served by the  hostess.  BIRTHDAY  Young man celebrating his fourth birthday last week was Jimmy Steele, son ol  Mark and Wendy Steele of Porpoise Bay.  Young guests attending his party were  Sheryl and Annette Adams, Chris Han-sen,  Yvonne and Ian Higginson. Jimmy is.the  great grandson of .Mr. and Mrs. Sam  Dawe.  i  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT Hil_DA'S--SECHELT  8:00 o.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11;00 a.m. 2nd/-4lby 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  .Services held regularly in  GARDEN! BAY, REDROOFFS and EG^QNT  For information phone JB85-9793  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion Sj. Hilda's  Franco-is Mauriac���It is/ easier to bear  some abuse if I reflect. "I do not deserve  this reproach, but I do deserve others that  have not been made."  i^MH^i^iiai^^^i^i^i^ilfti  iMftlOTS CLASSIS  Will be held weekly at the Heolfh  Unit office, Gibsons from Monday-  October 21st fo Monday, Noveniber  2$th. For registration please contact  Health Unit, Gibsons.  PSiosie 8H6-222S  *w*��W��K��^  I  1  1  w  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECH-LT  Sundoy School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Jervlco ��� 11; 15 a.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You ore Invited to attend any or each service  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Scrvlco 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m,  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELI.S  Davit Kay Road and Arbului  (2 blocks up from Highway)  SECHELT AGENCIES ��ATE EPA��  -, ���   . 1   : ���     - ���   '���-,','   '",���', 1 .���  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a serylce of SECHELT ^GENCIE?  LTD. Phone P��ninsula Times direct for free listings/specifying "Date  Pad". Please note .that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  M��BMM__IWI.��������M_I��HM  Oct, 24���8 p.m, Wilson Creek Hall, Community Association meeting  and talk on Waterworks Survey.  Oct, 25���10 a,m,-l p.m. Cotfee Party Wilson Creek Hall.  Oct, 25���10 a,m,-J p,m Lqaion Hall Gibsons. Catholic Women's League  Rummage Sale '  Qct, 25���2 p.m. St. Aldan's Hall Roberts Creek. A.C.W. Fall Sale and  Tea.  Oct, 26���7 p.m. Madeira Park' Community Holl. P.H. Hosp. Aux. Fall  Fair and Carnival.  Oct, 26���Sochclt Rod & Gun Club Hallowe'en Masquerade.  Nov.  2--2-A  p.m. Gibsons Legion Hall,  St,  Dart's A.C.W. Chrlctmas  bgraar & Tea.  Nov, 2���2-4 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt, Sunshine iRebekah's Chrlst-  '      mas Ba/oar.  ASK FOR FRfl CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Mufrlpla Listing Servica  Vancouver R��al Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  I  .  1  'i  i  hi lidfe^lSSiEISisM^  w..*4_^j��^  *f&$IU^&$^^  &&mmm$Mm>  %hr��M  **y**��i&i\y$tfipS^^  f-fAf^ffisJn  "^w^c^ti  Mqijin Warnock . . .  Respected  Happewyngs~Aiwa^Yitpim  Wednesday, October 23- 1968  sadly missed in cofrim-^ty  TVtHH THE passing of Martin Warnock on  Friday, Octaber 11th, 1968, Pender Harbour lost a .staunch community worker land  British Columbia lost a true pioneer.  Bora in Chemainus, BX_ on November  _>th. 1890, Mr. Warnock 'was a'recipient of  the British Columbia Pioneer Medallion  awarded during the Centennial celebration.  A fisherman for some forty-eight yeans  before his retirement in 1967, Mr. Warnock knew the coastal waters well. He did  every type of fishing, cod, seined salmon  and herring as -well as fish packing. As a  Wont to moke your home  larger, more comfortable, more  modern, more beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind/  you'll find helpful ideas and  information at your one stop  supplies shop  Peninsula Building  Supplies Ltd.  Phone 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C.  lad he fished with ills father on the Fia-  ser Bivef when i&ockeye runs went up hr<  the thousands and'sold for 5 cents each  Later he went to Victoria and worked on  ocean-going tugs and the S.S. Princess Ade  Jae, S_S_ Charmer and S_5. Princess Vic  toria.        }  It was-September 1909 that he first cpm,  to what is/now known as Earl's Cove and  logged for-several yeais, including'a year  on the Queen Charlottes. In those day  loggers used isteam donkey engines and  it was necessary to have a steam engin*.  certificate.  Mr-   Warnock   married   Miss   Marthi  Rouse In November 1912 and soon becam.  interested in a school for the Pender Has  bour area. He Was a member of the school  board for    twelve years and helped build  the first school on the hill 'above Hassan  Store.  He  beacbcombed  the  logs, towed  them to Vananda to ibe cut into lumber and  brought them back to the Harbour to build  the first elementary school. When it bin  ned down, he beachcombed again to help  build the second school.  A great family man -who loved children,  Mr. Warnock played school Santa Ciaus  for many years and took a keen interest  in many local eommiufity affairs. He helped organize tbe first Credit Union in  Pender Harbour and was president for 8  years. Mr. Warnock also donated an acre.  of his property to the community for a  cemetary.  On more than one occasion Mr. Warnock  skippered his fast forty foot boat the ''Kerry W" on an ambulance run to Vancouver  in an emergency, regardless of weather.  When passing Brockton Point he would call  to the lighthouse-keeper to 'arrange for an  ambulance to meet the vessel at the -Gore  ra*i  ���4��y Marilyn Hopkins ���snesrs who eoMrber&tting mftie~\too%WY  fw  ��-t  Pender Pioneer  A great family man and community  worker, Martin Warnock will be remembered as one of Pender Harbour's pioneers.  Avenue wharf.  Mr. Warnock died in Vancouver Gen.  eral Hospital after suffering a severe  istroke. He is survived by his loving wife  Martha; sons Edward G.; Jaimes It.; Bill  K.; and daughters Mrs. Cledia Djjncan;  Mrs. Liuella Duncan, all of Pender Har-  <bour and daughter Mrs. Stan (Nina) Almas of Nanaimo, B.C., seventeen gran-  childred and seven great granchildrenu  TIME is getting closer, Report Cards are  coming up in a fjevy weeks. Although  ihere are not many big exams, tests are -  beginning to appear. * *  Cur School newspaper will be out very  voon Under the direction of Mrs. Day and  _��. Peterson, the paper is almost ready  lo -be published. Many people have spent  time on our first edition of the ^Gilad Bag",  .. special thanks- goes to Clint Booth and  Ken Akeson who did the cover. There  should be a good variety of short stories  in this edition.  Our teams travelled to Powell River on  he weekend? they were Senior Girls Volleyball and Senior Boys Basketball, The  pracUces have been going good tbis year.  Junior Girls are now getting into the swing  of things,, holding one practice alone, and  one with the senior girls. Next Saturday  then, is going to /be a- big tournament held  at our school with four teams visiting. The  result-, of the games this weekend will be  published in the next column.  A meeting was called this week by our  Minister of Activities for the club's presi-  lents and sponsors. A plan was made to  co-ordinate the clubs' meeting days, so  ther. won't be too much overlapping.  This year there is a good variety of  club. available to the students. The purpose of the clubs is to allow the students  to de.elop their interests in school apart  from what subjects they have to take.  Clubs are really' an extra curriculum in  which the students can prove themselves  in certain fields.  Cur dance is only a short time away  now A decorating committee has been  formed The dance will begin at 8:30 and  go to 12 00. The doors close at 9:30 but anyone v.ho knows they are going to 'be late  can obtain special permission from our  Vice-Principal. Invitations are available in  the office, and should ibe in on Tuesday,  October 29th at the latest. This will enable  CRANK E. DECKER- OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  TASELLA SHOPP  Ladies' - Men's - Children'sWear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Diol 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  The Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  for Take Out Orders Phone 886-2433  Telephone -886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deafer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Gran-view Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, 8.C.  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tank* end Dram Fields - Backhoe and  I       Front End Loader Work.       \  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Rood Gravel  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Phonel 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Pork, B.C.  lfwr OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer- Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin, Beach Ave., Robert* Creek  Phone 886-2551  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  Tailored Suits    by Drapeshire  Work and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Tlmex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine - Phone 886-2116  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1J21 Gower Pr. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gov't Licenced and Ponded  1 Serving   tho   Sunt.lilr.o   Coai...   O.fcrw  Mtcurlty-  chack patrol to ��.ult you.   ,'  "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY"  Ph. 885-9737  Benner Block, Sechelt  or  Ph.   883-2688,  Box 43, Sechelt.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phone 886-2442 -Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You jNeed Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES   BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or  BOAT SALES   PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - Ori The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  'ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to       '  School Supplies  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  ..    ���  1      .ii 1.1  At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8c MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop 1���Arc and Acty Welding  Steel  Fabricating) ��� Marino Way*  Automotive and Marino Repaint  Standard Marine Station  Phono Bflfr-7721        R��*. PB6-9956. 886-9826  R, H. (BOB) CARRUTHERS  Oil Stoves and Heaters  Cleaned and Serviced  Port Mellon to Earl's Cove  Gibsons, B.C. Phono 886-9354  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechel. B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING-��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTER.NG - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 886-2873 after 6 f��n.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  ,      Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063   '  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer     '  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  EXCAVATIONS ,  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPKINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, coif fs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  ES  Sechelt���885-9654  CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES   '  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  PLUMBING REPAIRS  Installing Fixtures  Free estimates - Phono anylimo  GEO. FAWKES  885-2100 - Sechelt, B.C.  ROY 8, WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R. 1 Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  A  the Student Council Executive to send out  the invitations in the vmL As this is the  Senior Dance and there axe many "should  he" seniors in the junior grades, the dance  is open to all students as and up.  A plaque donated last year by former  Vive-Principal, IMr. Portunan, tor fhe ^vision of the month: is going to be awarded  this year. The Student Council TSxecttiive  officers wiiU meet with a committee of  teachers to determine a (basis on -which the  plaque will be awarded.  A few suggestions were; The division  with the least absentees of the month, or  late arrivals, or the division raising the  most money.  Mr. Epp, a new teacher this year, has  taken charge of promoting a football team  for Elphie, He comes to us from Victoria,  although he originally is from Manitoba  where he taught last. Mr. Epp played three  years of 'high school football in which the  team won the district championship. He  enjoys Elphie and is used to a much  smaller school.  This year we have a new music instructor, Mr. Postlewaite. He was band leader  at McPherson Junior Secondary in South  Burnaby last year. He is making a good  effort to get a iband together at our school  and is doing a good job. Our band, although  it's not too big, will be playing at our  Remembrance Day Service in November.  He commented on the colours in our halls  as being very attractive, and said that it's  a change from the usual drab colours in  most schools.  The grounds around the theatre are now  out of bounds to students at lunch time. On  Friday,- the drive-in across the street from  the school was closed inside to the students  also. Too much hanging around inside without making proper use of the drive-in has  been taking place. It's hardly fair that the  students should go over and not buy anything when there could ibe paying custo-  We would Jibe to msb -Miss Robertson of  the Commerce wing a speedy recovery.,  Mrs. Bichaidson who is not teaching this  year has been coming in to help out witb  the classes,-  \%,  ins.  (nee Page)  Formerly of  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON,  Sechelt.  Hos now moved fo  UlMfB SJULOU  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  For appointment coll  886-2980 or 886-2600  Random. Thoughts  THERE were ten of us in the group last  night, and for laek of something to do,  we wasted a few hours arguing about the  equality of the sexes.  It is well-nigh impossible to obtain an  un-biased opinion on this white-hot subject,  and the entire discussion was conducted on  a dangerously personal level.  As a result of their vast experience in  these hassles, the women after the preliminary verbal skirmishes usually have the  men on the defensive. Then having gained ithe advantage, the women slam one argument after another at their cowering  opponents.  They generously concede that men have  superior physical strength 'but this attribute is dismissed with a shrug. (After all  baboons are strong too.) Women fail to recognize that physical strength requires  self-discipline, that it not be used against  those who are weaker.  Having summarily brushed aside man's  -only  claim- to superiority  tfcey   seek to  prove   women's  intellectual  equality.   On  the one hand, men are accused of possessing all those faults which are considered  typically   feminine:    pettiness,   gossiping,  vanity,  etc., on  the other hand,   women  blithely absolve themselves of all the typically male faults:  aggressiveness, power-  madness (How often have we heard women say, that "if they were running the  world, there'd ibe no more iwars?")  But ithe masculine trait that make women maddest is man's alleged preference  for beauty over brains. About this time  any beautiful women present do their utmost to look like brainy gargoyles. (Oddly  enough women condone and encourage  man's weakness for beauty by spending  untold time and money in the pursuit of  beauty.)  Yet women maintain there is no more  convincing proof of man's idiocy than the  fact that he is "silly putty" in the hands  of a beautiful woman.  Once again, last night, thc men were  about to   slink  away  in  defeat wheh a-  ���by Mary Gross  deep masculine voice dryly enquired of  the women: "If you think men are so stupid what does it make you if you want to be  equal?"  ���nrnnnnmimnnni  INIo Cents  Ibi Writing  Classified  oeie^fi  tme&  Pherm  tammmmmmmmaamtmmmamaatmmmmmtm^UH^i  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  For your Automatic Washer  and Clothes Dryer  IT'S FRIGIDAIRE  See your Authorized FtUG!DAfE����  Deoler in Gibsons, with GMAC  Time Payment Plan.  Eo^B's Hordwcire  and Sporting @oods  ON THE WHARF AT GIBSONS  Phone 886-9600  Another good reason for saving at your credit union - all shares and  deposits are guaranteed! This protection makes credit unions one of tlio  safest places where anyone can save or invest. You can't losel  B.C. CREDIT  UNION LEAGUE  B.C. CENTRAL  CREDIT UNION  POUT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT UNION  Gibson* Oftlco���086.2722       '  Tuesday: 1:30-4:30 p.m.���Friday: 5:00-0:00 p.m.  Port Mellon Qfffeo���004-5239  <?���    Wednesday: 3:30-6:00 p.m,���Thursday: 9;30 a.m.-. 2:30 p.m.  ROBERTS CREEK CREDIT UNION  SecUtlt, 0.C,���003-9351  Tuesday-Thursdop: 10a.rn.-5 pjm. - ftUUyi 10 mjmi-1'-.20  PENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNION  Modcira fork, B.C.���003-2236  ' I'p-fiw-^yft^ii.^ti^i^f^p..^^ n...*,,nl,..i.,���-f>,,jl* ...��i **��.���*�� ^..f... A4-.&, ,m. ���<&�������� *0>..i*'���  ���n 1 ft* ���*., rH^yd,, rt..**,^^,,,^. •"$, >~J.-rf,
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' THERE is every possibility Utat within the.ima^nation will fee small, it will,
the next fevv%yeafcfe we wil} see epj#- "Nevertheless not be excessive or beyond
pjetion of a recei^lional complex offering reach' providing Hie entire area works as
entertainment fecifities' for "all ages «ijd oiie big" team. We have very many ser-
serving the" entire* iirea. ^uch 2C Veiiturp vice clubs, groups and organizations well
will, during the initial stages, encounter able to participate, and in oneway and
numerous obstruction-! maneuvers -in- another would all derive benefits from
eluding rampant boihs'of'plurocM^isrt, the establishment, indeed; some have
petty arguments' as to loeafibn,P!togett«r already indicated such "a desire.
vsfith all the ysuaj opposition puj iptth by " i/[ost 0f us would readily agree that
opponent of anything cohsidered to be a ^ Sunshine Coast is a great place on
mark of progress.               3 v-~ vAnxAt to live. Urifortunately much is to
This is a perfectly normal reaction be desired from the point of view of re-
and it is unlikely that any such project creational facilities, particularly for t__i
has been accomplished in any dther way
for it .is an incredible fact that however
much well intentioned and community
minded individuals strive for improvements, of benefit to all, there is always a
barrage of axes suddenly in need of grinding.
The present move to establish a centre
on the Sunshine Coast was spear-headed
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younger people. Certainly we "haye excellent fishing and siniilar activities,
mainly during summer months, at the
same time there are those who seek
either an occasional change or something
There is no question as to the feasibility of such a project for the handful
of golf enthusiasts who banded together
some months ago by the Sjecfielt Chamber   in order to create a golf and country
of Commerce'," since "when considerable
interest has been shown by numerous individuals and groups. In some cases substantial sums of money have been assured. Needless to say there has also been
some indication of termites nibbling at
the foundation.
Extremely responsible and dedicated
people are working toward Ij recreational
centre which will ultimately include skating, curling, swimxiiing'' pool,- "tennis
courts, convention room and other badly
needed facilities. Cost by no stretch of
Readers! Might
club have proved just what can be accomplished with open minds and combined effort.
While many details have been so far   Public appeal
investigated, much exploratory work re-    Editor. The Times.
mains. Interested individuals and groups
have to^ be approached, meetings will be
held in due course and  a committee
formed to launch the actual drive.
We wish the project every success
and while'we have no doubts as to the
stormy passage it has to survive, we have
every faith in its eventual establishment.
"Do ya __^^^ t_iey?re smokiiig more and enjoying it less?"
^T THE end of the year the electorate
will again be asked to vote for candidates seeking seats on council and school
board and while this might yet "be some
two months away the time for consideration of possible candidates'is right now.
Through the news media is mirrored
the endeavors of present Aldermen and
Trustees during their term jn office and
as a general guide it might safely be
said that those who have justified the
faith put in &em by the electorate will
have been heard from frequently during
had to be pressured to stand at the last
minute without any consideration as to
ability and past record of endeavor.
Such representation consequently does
nothing to improve conditions and in
many cases retard progress to no small
Within the next year, large sums of
public tax monies will be sought for a
variety of purposes; waterworks, sewers,
large school projects etc. Some of these
projects will go to Referenda this year,
Sir-_-We- would  i>e - most   gratelul   Jf
*you would 'give us a little advance publicity concerning our 'HaEowe'en- Drive.
The B.C. Branch _# &¥■-Saw" iSie Children Fund is now.-organiE.i_g it's, fifteenth '
Hallowe'en Drive. T_j,s is the Fiund's only
public appeal and the canvassers are the
witches and go__ins' who will call at your
xdoor at Hallowe'en j' carrying the Save the
Children (Fund Hatowe'eri can. 'This annual
Drive is organised through. Sunday Schools
and schools and it is expected that more
than 20,000 B.C Boys and Girls: will dress
up and call on you, can in hand, to help
others less fortunate than themselves.
The proceeds from this Drive help to
operate the Peter Spohn Clinic in Korea,
where thousands c€ children are being
caned for xoedically ind where welfare and
feeding programmes are carried out. Sick
children in BiafraYand IJganda, and refugee Tibetan children in India are also a-
raong those who (benefit by the help of the
B.C triek-andntrea'lers.    ]
If your child does not (receive a can
through his school or Sunday School, please
contact the office of the: S.CJF. at 2775
West Broadway {E!Eft#3__D.\"Y      -
Thank you very stnueh for your help.
(Mrs.) J. OF. DEWHitlEST,
Executive Secretary.
Auxiliary members
success enterprise
GAiNI)V WJtEATHS, some of them custom
made to a particular colour scheme are
the Jatest project* of members of Sechelt
At_aliE_y to   St  Mary's Hosjm$§1
Already orders are pouring an, many
being sent gtoroad as Christmas presents
SucfcesB of the project is -undoubtedly due
to the professional y£b which workers are
doing, Iboth m selecting colours and perfor
hies") and this long, vigorous picture re-    ming the intricate job of finding the can-
Highly acclaimed drama
on screen at Sechelt ; >
THJS week -at '.iie_^Mt;.Tfee^!tTO.,Si»ye
>'' McQueen, Candice Bergen and Richard
Attehborough star in "The Sand Pebbles",
oiie of the greatest War Dramas ever fcim-
• During the political unrest in China in
the 1920s., .gupboats of the major western
nations patrolled Chinese waterways to
protect their'''^uhtries*'citizens still in the
area.. Such is "the United" States gunboat
San PaMo, ;<nicknamed ^The Sand Peb-
others next year, certainly large sums of
the past few months. It might be argued capitail wiU be expended next year. This
that quiet waters run^d^^ul^pal%_ex-    then .is another very good reason why    J^ojjq memOfieS'
TW*rti»nr*/a    in    lnodl    r_.M_ttr*c    liotrf*   _.*v>_.ir    ~*4«r_f-_>f_1-»*"_l_.__  i*.__nt_.-_._  _>1__-__1__  K__ _..*•___«■__._ ...7. ; ."v"   .
Editor. The Times.
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perience in local politics have clearly -fconsiderable attention should be directed
indicated that it is invariably the squeaking wheel which gets the^grease. %%~-"
Most councils and school boards have
the inevitable member who throu^iout
the year is prepared to sit back and roll
along with the majority. Those prepared
to speak out and make clear the fact
they have a mind of their own are sadly
in the minority; thby aire however, the
ones who make the news and in most
cases the only ones worth their salt This
is not always necessarily sq, but on the
whole anyone . who Ytak<_s the j trouble^ "&>
read who says what and about what, will
have little trouble m distinguishuig loud
squeaks from justified, expressions of
protest or demand's for needed action.'
We would suggest at this time that in
certain areas changes are badly needed
but far be it that we should finger individuals. This is a inatterfor the intelligent voter who if he follows councils
reports should gain a reasonably sound
idea of where the weak links lie.
Perhaps the most'unfortunate situation is that frequently the very people
who should be elected to office are too
busy with their own' affairs to accept
further responsibilities. This in turn cuts
down to great extent the availability of
toward local government for while most
of us appreciate the projects for which
we are asked to part tj/jth massive sums
of hard earned dollars, we should show a
keen appreciation of thie type of people
we feel best suited to handle bur money.
- There remains little doubt'the entire
Sunshine Coast has a tremendous future
but to move along efficiently with such
a future it is imperative the very best
representation possible be found and approached at this time.
Wc read in ihe papers, we hear on thc air,
Of killing and stealing and crime everywhere.
We sigh and say as we notice lhe trend,
"This young generation where will it end?"
But can we be sure that it's their fault alone?
Thai maybe part of it ijsn't our own?
Too much money to spend, too much idle lime,
Too many movies of passion and crime,
Too many books not fit to read.
Far loo much evil jn what they heai; said
---■— ---or -«•_.».- ...^ ^.^..^u^y „» xpo niany chiidrcn encouraged to roam,
potentially good representation and'for    YY,■ ,    .        ,( .       '
.,. '  ° r .     * 1     By too many parents who won't stay a.t li
this very reason, we repeat; the time to
start searching is right now.
The onus rests upon responsible organizations in each community and district which should,start now to search
within their ranks for lop material. Past
events have proved that when thc time
conies the public is well able to decide
just who docs not get re-elected. This
might not always prove satisfactory cither
for past events have always proved that
on occasion thc change has not been
for the better, indeed, somctiines the
other way about.
This situation has existed to some
degree due to the fact candidates have'
By too many parents who won't stay at home.
Kids "don't make the movies, they don't write
thc books^
That paint a gay picture of gangsters and
They don't make thc liquor, Ihey don't run the
They don't make thc laws, they don't make the
They don't make tlie drugs that addle thc brain.
It's all done by older folks greedy for gain.
And in how many cases wc find that it's true,
Thc label "Delinquent" fits the older folks too.
Sir:—! feel sure the majority of your readers heartily agreed with.your lead editorial "Worthless promises" Toward the-
dose you mention "there are those among
us with rather long memories". Among
them there must be many who recall how
plainly we were told that we could never
exi>ect improvements In the riding whilst
we insisted on sending an opposition member to Victoria.
We can well recall the way Mrs. Dawson
worked in the campaign when she defeated Tony Gangrave. We learned that she;.'
had tfaimiliaxized herself' with the whol_s
riding -hereby naturally seeing the numerous things that needed improving. To
say the' least 'Mrs. Dawson deserved her
We then find The Prime Minister of
British Columibia' appointing the three lady
Social Credit memlbers to his cabinet but
without portfolio. .'
Many wonder why. Wasj it a case of
fearing an element of jealousy arising 5f:
one had been; given a poartSolio?
One wonders what Mns. Daw&ons owni
thoughts might he wben "'she sees so many
things in the riding still .shamelessly unchanged. Would it be fair to ask her if we
can ever hope fox at least some of the
worst, things Ibeing put right,, or must we
again r.vert to electing an opposition inem-'
ber?   ;';    ', _.  DAVE J^EES,
Editor, The Times,
Sir:—Cfn Ibehalf of the Arts Council and myself, I would dike to extend my thanks
and appreciation to our Gafllery Cha.nnim,
'Mrs. Frank West for her real efforts, kind-
ness and wonderful co-operation at the
Arts Gallery, Sechelt.
Also to Mr. and (Mrs. ILes Hunter, ]_nnj.-
dale; Mr. and 'Mars. Ir. A. Jones of Skyline
Drive and IMr. and Mrs. <1. A, Pl'i.vws,
'Gibsons who took a major part in loaning
out the paintings from their homes to
•build up Ithe display, which proved to be
a success.
I My thanks to the ladles who took cure
of the display and ^appreciation to <»"<' ;md
all for the .ntemest. and patronage at iSi-
c'heH and CJibsons.
lates what happens' to' her when the rebellious Chinese! IdMde* to rid themselves of
the "foreign devils". ,
The ship's- en^heer (Steve McQueen).
is a'"_aaffi^d^old''oI-'aMegi_i_ce to anything
except the e__%m_js_ Bill he 7 becomes more
and more ,inyol:yed .with-ittoblems aboard
the yess^ J^;" .h^;,.^
as his'-^'isltoueh&d liy the!love of.aiyoung
American teacher, ^Candice Bengen), by
the il.atedfiosmance of.a erpw, jiiate with
a C3ijjp«!se'^^0; r*^"^;fc_is,v«H«bad_:> ^titi *^fl_e
ship's capt^o - .^Bachard, i.Crennaj, .a* .dedicated paixidi'... ■ j__o'". Lmu&i. msyiD_a_a'.. peace
between, his. men and the .Chinese .at, all
costs."' '■'"'""''""'"!"''':''  ''''"'' '■ ^^ *•"'■ "'^ '- ■
Against the backdrop '.MLismtMerisxg
Chinese aiiger? and Aanerisan .adherence to
duty, the film as: fillied wifti grippihtKac-
'tlwm, some/of it^.^3a^^-pi^^n^i^::-ot-f •
it photographed* istiikin^yl*' 'S&ve-•''"Mic-
Queetfs performane^"" fevoifes "Stjttsng' sym-
paihy for the very low-key to£&Yht^*&e
stands out even in; the4 big class <_/Jcooljes;
Communists, NationaEsts .and Seamen '_ur-
TOikdiing him. ■''■ '       p '■:'..""'''" ". '
dies onto the. hoops which are purchased
feom the Blind Institute
Convenors oi the project are Mrs Anne
Kuriuk and'•Mrs:- ;_Mgrgareit'"Bui-lay who
have ibeen instructing memheirs in the delicate art-. Mrs; Kuriuk-made 220-redfi green,
golden and Maef-iroSettes wh-tfjlo'theri ladies1
took homi& hnD^^M^&^^-j^.J^p^aa^..
onto .ii-eT' ii<__alap_Sl''(i_a__s4>atb^lS* T_^^.llE__rCt^__j"•'"Si__cl
Norm Burley were 4__Lstied" to staple the
cardiboard bosses and last IJriday a work
.party"'was held at the .Burley 'residence to
package another batch *of wreaths.
Each wreath comes complete with scis-
sors"attadied toy ribbon'_n_T a "card"which
reads "Wor yon—a wreath"-pf Xmas Cheer;
You'll'find the scissors handy; To bring
you luck throughout the year; Just snip
off a piece of candy,"
Hospital Auxiliary memibeirs who haye
been working on the" project include iMary
Redman; "Vera .STel&on; iirma taycodc; "Betty YfMams; Ann-'Etlrluk; "Eva "Hayward;
Dorothy McCallum; 'Mildren Moore; Elsie
Hocknel; Sylvia Jones and Matgaxet Bur-
ley. 'r"""' "■ ■'■■' "" * *""'•    "S":X'V'
, -, v* -—from the tcgisloture/ Victoria -
JLIKE THE rest of Canada, British Cotom-
hia'* goyernment'falls imd-T^teie main ~
categories, fe&etal, provincial and locali*
The 'proviaeiak goveimmeMt' consists of'
the- legislature   the' executive   and iUhe
Judiciary^   while Jocal government takes'
seyeral forms.r "   * '     _
_Fe.deral jurisdiction covers all cgQtbbers
of national concern such as defence, pos- .
iaX services and banking, consisting of 29
fields in all Proyineiai jurisdiction covers
16 specific areas, suph as «du,catioinJ civil
and property rights and direct taxation
within the province.
The people of British Columbia are represented in the federal government by 23
members and six senators, and in the provincial government by 55 members.
These 55 members, along with | lieutenant-governor constitute tbhe legislative assembly. The members are elected for a
minimum period of five years tat a time,
and the assembly is required by law to
meet at least once every year, with normal
sessions lasting several months.
The cabinet is composed of the flieten-
ant-governor, the prime minister1 and
cabinet ministers who usually head1 government'departments. D'epartahen-S'/ olf the
provineial government include, ' finance;
health'services and••.hospital insurance;
labour; lands; forests and water resources; agriculture; mines and petroleum resources; commercial transport; highways;
education-; industrial development; trade
aijid commerce; municipal affairs; social
welfare; public works; recreation and conservation; travel industry; provincial secretary.
"The. provincial judicial system is composed of tbe court of appeal, the supreme
cOurt, county courts and various minor
courts, including magistrates1 courts and
small debts courts.
; Legislation concerning criminal law Is
under the jurisdiction of the federal government, and municipal or civic authori-
tfes' are ampbwered by the provincial • government to pass by-laws which apply to
their: particular municipality.
. :Types oflocal or municipal government
fall under various categories. An improvement district is the simplest form' and usually provides a single service, such as
fire protection or a water supply. Villages preferably have a population of be-
tween' 500 and 2,500 and are able to' pass
by laws. Y
Towns, which usually have a population of between 2,500 and 5,000, have the
further responsibility cf social wtefere.
Cities have greater powears and responsi-
bilitiesj inicl-tding police protection. Municipal'- districts have powers similar to
those of cities.
Regionat-^stoicts, a new form of local
government, are designed to; enable- a
group of local governments to provide common services on a shared basis.
Bevenue fox municipal services is derived mainly from real-property taxation,
although additional revenue is derived from
licence fees, business taxes, fines, public
utility projects and grants-in-aid from the
provincial  government.
_____i__Jj_d_iAM__kA^W .^■jf/imMI,*l»-.Jf9BPBrmmll
Little boy with bjiefc^sjs.-o<chum; 'The
Way I see it, ethiwl-^-.'f^-n-'mov^e-r&ce
to get us ready for*the rat race!";
,:.""••->• \-p™™p pyYP-.
In* contemporary applijancfs, it. seems,
Bride to wedding guest: ''I'm keeping
my. secretarial job and moonilighting in
ma trimohy Y - ■
, George Peppard, Rlchard'Attenborough
Stoitt 8;00 p.m     Out 11:00 p.m.
Technicolor - Cinemascope
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Mrs," Dmmmond took 'iter  _Ister4n-law"��orVtrip to> tjae Okanagan and  i&ey also yisited, .Victoria- Mrs,' BetfweLl  lias now left ior California to visit a brother  there before '&yng bacW toL England,  - Mrs. A. Bye of till Franklin Rd. passed si'yray oiTSaturday, October"20th, 1968  '   Mtes Carol Procknow is 'spending two  moMiss at Dawson Creek. <       v  1 Flying ��p ito adlend the opening of tfae  Peace Biver dam were Mr, K. T, McHef  fey, Mr- Worm an Procknow��� and Mr. Keith  Wright.  Mrs. Molly Kennett spent a month with  Mr. and Mrs. Ron Swa'hev. former Gibsons    K t ,       ^^ ��?*\. _��  residents who now live at Kaleeden near    ||^ ._$ WfivY 'T^W^Hi&WY  Penticton.   Mrs.   Swabey's   mother,   Mrs     I^&SC^J^W  Deekmanton also a former local resident,  recently celebrated her 9lst birthday with  them.  After her return froci the Okanagan,  Mrs. Molly Kennett visited her hrbther-inlaw dn Burnaby:  Elmer amd Anne M'eDannald visited  relatives in Saskatchewan on their return  trip. They also went hunting in the Cranbrook area and bagged a deer.  Brian and Joyce Rusk got a moose while  on a hunting trip around Fort St. James,  Where they tvisited'Mrs.> Rusk's sister, and  bro'lher-in-law.  Norm and Evelyn Berdahl while away  on a three! week vacation visited Henry  and <5ert Bute at Quesnel, enjoying-lis-h-  inig'at 16-milef'Lake Cherts the: Bute's (formerly of Wilson Creek) now have property.  At Prince George the Berdahl's saw Bob  and Pearlie Poloskv who were being visited by her parents Bill and Ada Farnham  of Gibsons. Going on to Vanderhoof the  \ Berdahls stayed at Beaver Creek Campsite, seeing George and Mary Hunter formerly of Granthams. Norm and Evelyn  also got as far as McBride.  : Bill Quarry was on a hunting trip visitr  png Edmonton, Dawson Creek and way  'points, .  ���' Journeying to Powell River were seventeen people from Gibsons, who attended a  rally at the Pentecostal Church there be-  virig joined by folk from Pender Harbour  and from Vancouver Island.  Stan and Lois Tycrs and family have  moved to "New Westminster.  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church was  a ' \    4r .��__ i5 tt!  '__--.by Maty 1inkley__  Interested i��j t��creathm in ihe been Mrs, Mel' Wiseman of 'EBmanfan and  1 ^JEJay fa^esa'Is earnestly  re- Vancouver.       -       ���  ' "J1 ,  attend*-a\meeting* at'the.alalf-        Mrs, McCrady of Vancouver, accompa-  , _��� (Fdsi ptt__jt"^^!bursday. Oct. i^d by his wife Jean, was in the area last  SWSjj]   a_th ai.$ p.m. Qn&?6i ;^ie subjects under week-end to  visit Ms father Ralph  Mc-  ?^^fl   &e auspicess of .he^Community Program- Grady in St. Mary's Hospital Mr.  Me-  m-es jBraneh.  '�����<>���''  ^ , Crady, Roy Marshall and Tony Evan^ in  *ke*e w^s a family teMon at tie home" ^^S^ ��� aU ^ SeacreU  2JE& ^iTlitJSl^l       SfmSS Sh from the tMcGrady  TS l^Sfi S'J&fL $?*Ln* tit garden.'which  derated the  Church of  oeiv^d surprise ^visits from Mt. and Mrs. fU   Presence foi- the Thanksgiving service .  Owen Edmunds and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. S5J2 ��� ��?  ��L +h�� S^,<f T u  Doug. 'Foley and Family and 'Mr. and Mrs. *����f niJ�� JtJK* **! ^"i ����  Chuck 'Ayer. The Foleys were down from SSSrfto /S'S MtaT Those  Mica Creek as the'week-end guests of the ^��,p^^pMS,,t_ftKSJ_ift]r3  Ayer's aYWest'Secheli.  The  Owen  Ed- "sp��f+? ble ^r ?ef be^W?i deccfa}10?. ��f  ���.,ti^   ��^��,����� '��,fc��� Y_L   m^o   w*,^l"e i^e little church for the Harvest festival  ^.t\^y,ZLJflJj'^t!EfP_    S���^��* were Mrs. Janet Allen, Mr���. Eliza^  house guests, are now happily .established    .  th Pearee a1nd iMr  and M ' rr1iv dear  in the Sguamish area. They are ^Ving at ^'J.fS ���*%T' ��� fs kSoS 1.  Fergie'j. MoM, or^ihally the property of        ^e Jn OctoSr l:S Evfins0Dg at  Joh"Ferguson, a former resident of Red- * ^m J��tT. m_t *.i�� ��!,��_, *. +^o  rocils and welcome Beach. Welcome Beach Hall on Wednesday. Oct.  Mrs. Pat Murphy's week-end guest has 23 at 2 30 p.m.  ^5��-%___^^^^K^^^-^^K____^_____fl^^^^^_________^��^  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD. - SECHELT, B.C.      ��  I)AII.Y SCHEDULE FLIGHTS BETWEEN  '  Pownfown/1r*iJhc6iiv^i' -Gibsons - Pender Harbour area  "rf" ^'^ * *��* "*"' ond Seclielr. '' ���* <*"   ' '"  ���wJ_W*y fm9H^ff mm  'Vpncouver  1:00 pm  Pender Hbr.       ' Sechelt Gibsons  * 7;30 om      8:00 am       8:15 am  11;30am     12:00 pm     12:15 pm  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO LOGGING CAMPS   "  SUNDAY ONLY  ^.LEAVE56 r  Vancouver      Pender Hbr. Sechelt Gibsons  ^00 pm    11:30om   12:00 noon   12:15 pm  Includes Thormanby, Nelson, and Kestes Island,  PLEASE RESERVE 5EATS IN ADVANCE.  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO VICTOR!A ARRANGED.  ONE WaV fARES Tp PR FROM VANCOUVER:  Blind Bay^:L:^l.:-^1^22.-.d     ( Pln<_���* l4arbouf PY��.  Earls Cove 20.65        Ruby Lake    Egmont   _. . : 19.60 '      Sakinow Lake -,-^ 21.70  19.25  21.70  Sechelt   Gibsons      Keates Is.   ...   9.00     .' Secret Cove _..��� I 16.45    9.G0     " Thormanby 17.15  ...- 9.O0        Vanguard . 22.40  I  Sechelt Branch  O.A.P.O.  Visitors  executive   Vice President Mr. Amos Gifobard of  The Peninsula Times Page 5  Wednesday, October 23,  1968  01. narmoiomew s Anglican Church was oecwii,   oicuicn   \j.t\.ir.\j,   executive Vice fresiaem Mr. AJnoS txlBDara OI  resplendent with flowers, fruit and vege- weleortjie members of Mission 'City Mission City and Canon Minto Swan  tables for the Harvest Thanksgiving Ser- BrancTl 28 during last Thursday visit of   Seehelt,    Standing    are    Sechelt the guests. Mrs, Dorothy Stockwell _and her  >er 20th. "The produce to Seehelt. Seated from left are Mrs, members   Mrs. - L.   V.   Yates;   Mrs. Sunshine Songsters rendered a particularly  . Mary's Hospital at Margaret  Shire,   secretary  Branch Wm. McGregor; Mr, Bill Coffey and fine program of songs, including "Come  28; President Mrs, A, VaiHaneourt. President Mr. Harry HilL ' to the Pair" and the Dutch Hymn of  tal Church the Than- __                                                  _ Thaiik<;{.v.Tirf   Mrs   rharip��� Tr-v..T.ci���_c -nt  tables for the Harvest Thanksgiving Ser- Br'anch 28 during last Thursday visit   of   Seehelt  vice on Sunday, October 20th. The produce to Seehelt. Seated from left are Mrs,    members Mrs  was later given to St  "  Sechelt  From the Pentecostal Church the Than  ksgivjng donations were given to the West- Cfll0jnin2OIIS CfPPJTOVCfl ���  ���  em Bible College in North Vancouver. ~"~ '  "  The United" Church people pres6nted  gifts locally.  RIFLE SHOOT  Results of the _9��$ Gibsons Rod and Gun  Club rifle shoot are as follows: Charles  Burns Memorial .Trophy won hy Mr. Rud  Fisher.  ������ SD*^<_? Off i%anti,fG%tiv$;~-%: Zue_f, P.  Finlayson; 50 yd S shot bench rest score,  M. Hogan, B. Jone��; 50 yd 5 shot off hand  score, B. Jones, M. Nygren; 50 yd 3 shot  group "bench resit, A. Moorcroft, W. Ny-  gr_?n; 50 yd kneeling for scora, A. Moor-  croft, A. ZufeflE;" Grand Aggregate' was  won by B. Jones.  Jr. Classified businessmen shoot��� B.  shooters, B- Higgs, W. Dempster; S.  shooters, D. Zueff; G, shooters, R. Nygren,  M. Lawson. '  -      : "ALL OTHER RATES ON "REQUEST i  Half fare for children under 12 accompanied by adult. s  SATES AND SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE ��  f_gg______��___flS^^  ... y  Sechelt Branch 96 OAPO  to surrender its charter  WHEN Branch 96 of the OAPO. met 'on    and can'.6e chained*from Mirs. Wm. Mc-  October 17, members stood, in silence   Gregor. There-1 are ^Hl seats 'available for  4/  mm/mm m Mm]  Highway 101  PHONE 886-9662  for a moment in memory of two members,  Mr, Guy Bunch of Gibsons and Mr, Bill  Richter of Wilson Creen who had died since  the last meeting.  A motion by Mrs, -Charles Evans that  the Branch ��urrender its'eharter^to the proper authorities oja December 31st, 1968,  was carried unanimously.' ,r  Vice-President' Canon Mmto Swan announced that every _��ffpl\t wa�� being miade  to develop the Ifcrandi as a strong, efficient and sociable organiaalion. There would  be a social afternoon be s'aid'on^ov-emibex  7 at 1 p.m,, which would be l^e istart of'a  series of social gatherings 3oh J the   fiDsjt  the bus tfrip to Vancouye-r on Itoesday, De  cember 3 and Bill Coffey must have reser  vations with payment not later than November-22.-    -    - -    ~  Chairman  Harry A.   Hill  advised the  Thanksgiving. Mrs. Charles Evans1 was- at  the piano.  When Mrs, VaiHaneourt was invited to  draw the winner of (the raffle, she raised  a big laugh hv promptly drawing her own  number. The seeond prize also went to a  Mission member, Mrs. Hyham. During the  ensuing get-together, there were many happy reunions.'  Mrs. A. A. French, for example, found  among the Mission meiphers an old friend  whom she had not seen ior 30 years. The  guests were entertained and refreshed with  tea and home made cookies until it was  time for their bus to leave,  A great deal of work went into the en-  a  J  Thursday in each month, in addition to thfe. Hall was crowded to capacity with the in-  regular business' meetings on the _hixd flu* of afotout 70 members of the Mission  Thursday of each month.1 On both social OAPO. accdJtapanied by their President,  and business afternoon, coffee tVou!^ be Mr;6, A. Vaifflancpurt and tfoear Secretary,  served at noon for fee Ibeoefit of jn embers ' Mrs. Margaret Shirle, For <libe benefit of  who came into Sechelt on the shoppers'  bus.  Plans were agreed on for a Christmas  Dinner on December 12 at 12;30 pm. Catering will again be in itihe capable hands  of the Anglican Wogcoen of St. Hilda's  Church. Tickets for members only ar4 $1.50  meetiog  that   Mrs.   Wm��� McGregor  had tertainmg of such a lar^e meeting and| the  been appointed by Hie G,C.  Government ladies of Branch 96 to whom the credit is  as a Senior Citizens' Counsellor to repres- due are Mrs. Jack Whaites, the Convener,  ent the Sechelt area. At" the next meeting, Mrs. I   Biggs,   Mrs.  May  Garaett,  Mrs.  Mrs. McGregor would, give a full report Vta   Baker, Miss E. tfarrold, Mb. L.\ V.  on how she can help and advise senior cit- Yates, Mrs. C, Critchell, Mrs. Alice G}*a-  lzens in any problems they have Telating, yelle, Mrs, Ahfi March And Mrs. E. M��-  to  pensions, medical 'services, legal and Vhinnie, whose personal contributions was  financial matters, etc. no less than 400 homemade cookies.  At'the end of t__: meeting, the Legion _^   Buy a highest-inte��st-yet Canada Savings  Bond at the Bank of Montreal arid in 14 years  get back 2Yz times what you've put in. $250  for every $100 invested! -  Saleswoman to customer: "We're out of  hay-fever cards,' but we just got in some  yery cute bead-cold and lower-back-pain  numbers."  mwMwMWmvmn  v, ,^...,^.,... ...^ ;.-���;(���.��� '������������  CAN YOUR  OUTLETS  DO THE  jbe' BRIGHT?  iwmiumi  Mai5sa>,ll.tmft,a���}  Sank of Montreal sellsGanada  Savings Bonds by instalments'.as well as for  cash. Voti can buy yoUrefor,5^> d^vyri, balaqpe  WITH AW i  AUTOMATIC WASH^P��  AtVSD. CLOTHEB OfclVI=fc  1 U' i   .  ^rsm  MttwdiM  J*  K  font full benefit- from your mod  crn electrical appliances? Let us add  outlets to add convenience. Use the  B.C. Hydro Finance Plan���add cost  of changes or additions to: y6ur  light bill. )  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING  IcPhedran Electric Ltd rw  886-9'689 - Gibsons, B.C.      $$$  m4m00ifH4i4fH4ifi4  ,t4    Xi   '    f       *  * -ii   t    ,   t ���       '    O *  .��   , ���'i  11   *    ' * i. ^ ittV   *'.  .  PY <ii> i'*P ,      i"     'V  .i.i.'1n:nri7-ii��tlMi.ll��rlJllillllllnill.il,n7i_M,i._i,_tji  )<���"*)>  _lVi-_ni)i)IViiV-W,l>_l_��-Mi��ri..V.,.ihi,,7.toi  fHK'I Does your laundry day $eem "end-  '^^^kt^^i l^s"? Undoes, you need a jet-fast  |^Mg'!f f|f j; Frigidair�� Laundry Pair. Automatic  Dryer ��� Jet Action Washer.  At your Authorized  FiUGIPAIRE DEALER  in Sechelt.  1  C & S Sales and Service  SW'I&J ^��c **<*< S^helt - Phone 885-9713   _ ^ ������ '-> >  G-#yaur Canada Savings Bonds  nqvv,^tli��pan|caf Montreal  Bank of Montreal  t^risli^B^Barik '    '' *''  l^ll^rf��aA_i_______l_____B_____iMll\��__lfa��rt__^  ^.^^^^^.ff.,!^.,..^.^^.^....,,..^,,^^ I ��� '  \ DINNERSERVED . "'"   "'"," ''"'" ���* ��� -v'^ <^ '^'       ' ��� ��� - ��� < ;     ���-���  '      f- -"A .^,,,: at , >^.^,^l(li^/wm  . Er_��_��B��   ��rar__��9_-   /k   &A   o   m^ m.    1  DINNER SERVED  CHINESE STYLE  "EVERY FRIDAY ANb SATURDAY  EVEh|(NGS TIL MIDNIGHT"  * ��un +9*  Each Week 4 to S p.m��  ,-  1   .ii,-,.r r  PATIO GAP^S  HALfPOOf^l SAY  <i��',. >���  ��^*i*1��*#f!;*rf^#*s^##^-��#^/#//^*>i��^  '  385-9927 - WeservaUfns Pleas��  f  .,��^^IV..^^.#l.f'^'W^.^f^.��^���.^���^^f^fltfl^tf^Vf*.   r*t^��^M^.wrt^��l>.^.^-^^W^.^fVrf^](|Mf��(fc^*fc,^Wf9W.^��)'.wflM  ��.4<*i^i>t'��4��<*��i**��^44>*^ri*,A^^  'ff^4^*^^f^0^44f^l^ -IT _.__ P**<atJii0tvt����t**fi0*s^  ij#^fg?^^  M 7"Ae Ship's'pffice  "I   N  j__?  Juvenile! soccer games  scheduled October 20  Page 6    * The Peninsula Times  Wednesday- October 23- 1968  Results of games played October 13th  were as folctyis;  ,.. -- ���ty,4ol_i HetheHnston      _   - j��v_**#-��i**.#_a   uwiamhsJ.   __u  " "  IBE YQUNbV o_��ieer, perspinosg1 bepifa.' in the sUade of a Jibtost Wri gaseA at4e * siMSHME' COAST-Juvenile Sotaer tom^s   S.e.lf.'t  " in spite' of the white shops and wfcate   pretty, tOUuMiaired stewardess on fee ,NorY    ^SJ^^^���SJJ%S2^_S^!2   D,^S,i>Ni- ._     ���.    -  open needed sfflrt.vift it's tfack <$fci_l*t' '4regian' tanker fyiqg 'dwectly across tie ��� as ��S? Sunday October ftth are   .   Carifor Tjgers 4, Res. Warriors 0; Mat  tes bearing the pile gold stripe of a Vhtod   waamfjfroim J$s own vessel. He had not    nitfj<i*__i*T '  Ofpcet'ln the iMerdwnt JMayy^ watched ibe   -gone, into Caracas, and bail been watching      -ci    ~ ���..  cupolated bidldiug with it's ropghly p#ia-  'her for most of ibe afternoon. She was    A FSff f^ ,V5 Glt>so?s Cougar* at Ben-  ted announcement revealing: "Sailors W��4-   smoking a cigarette toy the aft aceommo-   *eflteai ^P^Y Madeira - Park vs Tim-  _.*._. Vi ?- -���,.Y a .-   ^..rrr -benmfin at H^wdbeit Park;  Botoerts (Creek  *w��  :l��&  Y4^Y'  �� _���  *> *>��  -A.  ��*i_.  4   M  ��� ���*    * - *aC,.V ^  -    .** ���   ����� v       i  ����z.  t   -." *    'rt*    -   *_  *���* *     jrt__. *        ___  *_,    **   ^.   ��� *..*.  __rf *<*��*.  HT"* * .      *_��_ ._, *       *  ����� *u.   _"  ">��-��   rift  port bridge wing as the iship tbjeead-s^-the  narrow breach in the coasfline leading frtan  Puerto Cato&Ho harbour to "the ojpen sea.  ��� Hs watched the dratb (building slowly disappear astern and remembered last njght-  r��in_mbered Consuela in all ber Latin  warmth and loveliness -sitting kcrass the  table _r&m hixn. He looked astern until the  *���--   v      ��r *���-* si*"    bundinS finally blended into the panorama  "ftv** % vt��7 <S*SE* %��i*     t^*i*c��**'t*1   ^ *he c3ty* shimmering in the njareleating  '^^^^^P.T^CZ^i^uJljd   heat- Sail��rs welcome? You bet they ar��~  _ . . . at Jeast their money isi English si  Residential Totem player slips a fast day. Totems scored a 7-0 win over  one past Marvin Qraigen playing for Hot Shots who are getting reorgani-  Sechelt Hot Shots in Division 2 soc- sed under a new coach,  cer played at Hackett Park on Sun-  -u*u    CIMMI/hLUV&UlVAll.   *_. S.��iilJ6. OOilUllQ     -��*_.- __U_LUAXU^    ��    fclgUXVUip    'ifjf     WI?    ill],    itCnUllimO*  come" and the equally graining decitora- dation, for in a tanfcer ft is foibidden to  tion; English Spoken Here/' silide past' pse -ismoke in' the vni$sbip section, and be con-  nn.rt hr5ri_*a w.n< us +_�� isiiin ��i*l*��_��Ari-4-'Vi* templated goibg a*i_��s do^thfi Uorwfigia_i  spoken?  Siip and introdncing himself to ber. She  locked np at bim again and be waved to  h.r, ligh'tly- She, tossed her long, straight  blond hair and gave bjm an imperceptible  wave of her band in return and be smiled���  a smile so wamm -he'was certain that she  could feel it across the short intervening  distance between them. And .ben something happened���something so unexpected  and shocking tbat the young Third Mate  Tunderibirds vs Cantor Tigers at Hobexts  Creek. Game time 12 noon.   ���-  DIVISION 5  k - iGiibsons i-Shairgers vs Bestdenlaal Braves  at Brothers (Parjk; SecheK Legion vs Residential Hawks at Ha<_jett'Park, Game time  1 p,ira.  DIVISION 2  Local 297 vs Gibsons United at Brothers  Park; Residential Totems vs Secbelt Hot  Shots at B_ackett Park.  eira Park 0, Shop Easy 4; Timbermen 2,  Oibsons Congers 0,  DIVISION S  Ees_  Hawks  2,  Gibsons  Chargers 3;  Gibsons X*gion 6, Secbelt l��gion 0,  DIVISION 2  Bes, Totems 2, Local 297 0;  Gibsons  United 1, Sechelt Hot Shots 0.  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bldg., Sechelt - Phone 885-2333  WEDNESDAY - 12 noon-5:00 pjm.  Wednesdays after 5:00 pm. by appointment  SATURDAY���2 p.m. to 5:00 pxn.  Sur-e it is, as we.1 as a bit of Norwegian,  Greek, German, and ejetremely articulate  sign language designed to assist the sea- ,����- �����- ^^w w ._*: ^usxi:, _nu smooi-  man and Ms money in parting company. In :ing her cigarette, A soldier on tbe dock  passing, he wondered who Consuela would saw her and1 shouted to ber In Spaiash to  ���Kc_     nirirfiVi     + rn.!i<rtiVi+1 o-fi.V_    .*   _-_�������+      ,W_��_-   ^l."   '    __.__..!i_i__.4_t_   .t        * .��� '  was left com'pletely stunned,  - The girl started to walk along the catwalk between the superstructures, toward  the centre section of the tanker, still smok-  <M?  t��Vfcw*n.*-   4>^ *Suifi��J��--w  fll__��E>*|  if]  f  * t  SiJ  * m.  ��  ���be with tonight!  .��  ���   *" i.  Seventy miles away lay the next port  of call. Another port not unlike tbe last  with the exception of it's greatjer size and  the. stimulating fact that'Caracas was close  by. La Guaira lay over the cloudless horizon, six hours away.  The Third Mate (plotted the ship's position on the chart and having y_r_i��ied the  speed be amMed out onto the starboard  bridge wing and draped his arms over  the dodger. The two Nordberg dei&els deep  in the ship's beEy transmitted their soft,  ���rhythmic throb through, the soles of bis  feet and into his body. The silver forest  of derricks and lagging ranged up tbie  foredeck ahead of him while three miles  to Ms right foliage tEe_l away green and  tumibling���the Venezuelan coastline thick  and impregnable in it's jungle frock.  Home-seemed so far away. In fact, it  had never seemed so far away as it did  at this moment.  The Third 'Mate straightened up, jolted  out of his reverie i>y the Radio Operator  _.        _ who had come on the bridge to indulge in  Close Game his daily,  on-watch colloquy:   "Going  to  Sunday Soccer on the Indian Village   but Legion came back fighting in   Caracas this trip, Old Scout?"  field saw Royal Canadian Legion 118   second half as this picture shows.       Tiie young m��*te did not look at tbe  steal a 3-2 win over Sechelt Chiefs.    Chiefs are playing in Division 4 this   0Pera'tor�� but continued to stare vacantly  Chiefs were leading 2-0 at half time   season. r*** "^��: sParks�� ? *��** -think so, Notb-   :  :     ing T want to see, this time." And be was  right. In La Guaira, fee was to be witness  to an event he would wish he hadn't seen!  *   *   *      .  The ship docked at iMuelle 8 in La  Gupaira, beneath the towering, heat-radiating mountains speckled with a myriad of  shanties- climbing the" steep, sweltering  slopes. The heat was intolerable. iTheire  was no. even the slightest of breezes Mowing over the host of ships in the harbour.  Flags hung limp.  The motley gang of port officials, with  their brothers and cousins, came aboard  for their handout of liquor and cigarettes,  as others had done in Puerto Oabello. A  soldier in a khaki shirt, green trousems,  brown high-laced boots and carrying the  inevitable arsenal of .side-arm and carbine stood guard at the gangway; other  soldiers .paitroilled the dock. Every whai-l  in the country is patrolled iby tbe anmy.  ��   ��   ��  The Third Mate lounged against the orail  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  Need a Washer-Dryer!  or BOTH. See Your  ZENITH Dealer in Gibsons.  (A Marshall Wells Store)  Your Aurhorfeed  ZENITH AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND DRYER DEALER  in GIBSONS.  stub it out, but she couldn't bear-hpn and  continued to waflk toward the midship  accomodation, "'-smoking;'. With no further  warning the soldier of _J1 Ejercito del  B-pubHca slammed borne the bolt on bis  caiihine and aim��i it up at the pretty, blond  stewardess ^aikang along the catv^alk.  ' A loud "crack" split the stil dodeside  air and the girl .jumped. The cigarette  dropped !��rom her" fihgexs and she fell to  the deck and lay stili, one arm dangling  lifelessly over the edge of the catwalk.  The young girl lay dead and the young  mate stood staring with unbelieving eyes.  The ship sailed from La Guaira away  from Venezuela. There bad been a lot of  trouble over the shooting on -the Norwegian tanker- The. Consul had become very  irate and there had been a near riot on  the tanker, but the sudden arrival of more  soldiers quelled .the disturbance. It was  not known what fate befell the trigger happy little despot who shot a girl' for smoking a cigairette.  The Third  Mate thought of the  girl  thought of the soldiers on the dock, and  wished he had gone to Caracas after all.  Gibsons Auxiliary  hosts annual lea  GIBSONS Hospital Auxiliary to St. Maiy's  hosted the Annual Friendship Tea held  at tbe Christian Education Centre, Gibsons  on October 9th.  -__tendmg weire members from Pender  Hanbour, Port Mellon, Sechelt, Roberts  Creek, Halfrnoon Bay and Gibsons Auxiliaries,  Guest speaker was Hospital Administrator Mr. Tony Wagemakers who was accompanied by Mrs. Wagemakers.  Films Were {Shown by Mr. and Mrs F  A. Jones of Gibsons, taken in South Africa  and New Zealand.  Door prizes were won by Mrs. Bonnie  West of Pender Harbour and Mrs. Margaret Crawford of Roberts Creek.  ;Homecoming husband, expansively, to  wakeful spouse: "I was taking pant in a  drink-in."  BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO  AND POWER AUTHORITY  Tenders for Clearing Section  I  SECHELT -POWELL RIVER  230 K.V. TRANSMISSION LINE  RIGHT OF WAY File CQ 4042  SEALED TENDERS clearly marked as above will be received up to  12;00 Npon, 12th November, 1968 for clearing of the above listed line.  1. This line lies between Sechelt and Agamemnon Channel and  contains opprojfirnqtely 575 acres to be bid on an acreage  ���basis.       ������ < '!   'yr-  2. A 10% 83d Bond or Certified Cheuqe must accompany the  tender.  3. The successful contractor must provide a 50% Performance  Bond.  Tender forms and specifications may be obtained after 14th October,  J 968 at the office of the Purchasing Department, 6th Floor, 970 Burrord  Street, Vancouver 1, B.C. Telephone 683-8711, Local 2579, upon payment of $10,00 plus $0.5.0 B.C.5.S. Tax. No part of this amount will  be refunded.  Sechelt Bowling ianes  GBBSONS HAHDWAHE  PHONE 886-2442  BOWLERS   in   the    Junior    and   Senior  School Leagues, turned out good scores  this week.  Juniors:, Karen Spencer-3'40 (191); .Brett  Hous_ey_2B2 (171); Johnny Branca-lSS.  Seniors: 'Bab 'Benner���388 (258); Susan  Jorgenson���345 (243).  Ladies Tuesday: Lil McCourt-725 (234)  (215) i(243); -Retta Ritter���253; ,'Ev Chap-  pel���(258.  Sports1    Club:.    Ena    Armstrong���.267)  (ZTKOs- Kerry  Eldred-285;   Jean  Eldred���  258;  Ray, Newman���282.  . Commercial: Cauleen McCraig���729  (235>;.jAllan St. Remy���724; Dick Clayton���  7>S7 <2S*J; Orv Moscrip���764.  Ball & Chain: Les English���593 (283);  Oarl Kohuch-587 <2S5); Cauleen MeCuaig  ���H678 t(2S2); Marg Oike-573 (284): Kathy  Hall���559' (279).  Ladies Wednesday: Vivian Reeves���562.  YOU'RE TIRED OF  BURNING THESE - LET'S TALK ABOUT  HOME HEATING OIL  Everyone knows that oil fired heating is economical. What a lot of  people don't know, and what Lloyd Hanson can tell you, is that thc kind  of fuel oil you burn can add greatly to this economy. Take HOME fuel  oil . , . it's specially prepared to operate efficiently under conditions  right here in B.C. . . . contains special additives. It figures. After all,  HOME is a B.C. company. And Lloyd wants to heat HIS homo economical! too.  Call  LLOYD HANSOf  885-2145  TODD'S  DftYGOODS    !  CHILDREN AffD INFANTS  WEAR  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  k  cave Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshiny Coast  GULF BU1LDMG  SU����g��LBES  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  PENINSULA DRIVE-!..  ON HIGHWAY 101 at SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  NEVENS TELEVBSION  & RADIO  STEREO -B&W and COLOR T.V.  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Then make your "zandwicl.es" as follows:  PIZZA SANDWICH (Serve* 7)  1 Ib, ground beef- 1/4 cup catsup  1 envelope Llpton onion soup mix 7 slices tomato sprinkled with salt  1/^1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 7 slices onion        |  7 slices bread cut Into A" circles 7 slices chuddar cheese parsley  Mix first three Ingredients, Spread eoch (slice of bread with catsup, top wl.th beef  rnlxturc, tomato slice and onion slice. Bake In 425' P. oven for 10-15 minutes, Top with  cheese slice���bake 5 minutes longer. Garnish with parsley, Serve.  / ORIENTAL PEEF ONION SOUP  I     2 tablespoons butter I pkg, (I 7 ot.) Chun King frozen Beef  1 medium onion, tllced Chop Sucy  2 cups water Chun King Chow Meln Noodles  Heat butter In lorge saucepan, add onion and saute for 3 minutes over medium  heat or until onion Is lightly golden, Add water and fro/en chop sucy, cook until chop  suey baa thawed, Turn heat to low and simmer, stirring until soup Is heated through.  Serve garnished with crisp chow nwln noodles, Makes 6 servings '  CHICKENOODLC CHOW MEIN  1 pkg, (17 oz,. Chun King frozen chicken I tbsp, Chun King soya i.auc.o  chow meln I  1 "A cups hot water ,  1 cup egg noodles (any width) 1 cup shredded chuddar cheese  Place frozen block of chow meln Into 1% quart casserole.. If nocescsary, cut  lil the dli.lt, Surround with noodles, Blend water and soya  Cover and bake In^a moderately hot oven (375') for 35  In the cheese ond let stand a few minutes beloro serving.  HER BROS.  Furnishings and  Eiances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -   Sechelt, B.C  Peninsula Plymbing  Ltd.  HEATING 1% SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886r9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are '  found at . . .  Heiene's  Fashion Shoppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  corners off block to make It  M3uce and pour over noodles  minutes. Remove cover, fold  Makes A servings.  AS LOW AS  25c A DkY  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   wilh   oil   burner,   ducts  work and oil tank In your home.  Call   Bud   Kicwltz   your  shell   Oil  Distributor.  886-2133 Gibsons, 0,C.  .  ���~��!ffiM��9i^Wfii>g��8S^^  BKBaB  Ii  ISE.__a3m;_l��Ea^^  i  .  I  1  t  !  .< ,..>, *.. ���- ... !*.=_*=..  Mv.1.<t...rr.vr(,���4.ltiiT,r,,1^,^1J,,,1^A���l,,|J^t^^^/,1,,fi(���1j,l^fl_,j,  ,0* p,A ���iic'lirt _hM<4***_4>* pft^i*.,,  lt��^*^H'J5_irt1fl..Kf**J��.����^J*(' sf ^fcfe.nMt4_rrj*nw*^Jii*li��iiM4.i|  Mjt_rfct_ii_iii.iiM^il ��� ������-����������� -i  ��� v_  -   .��� v   ,--c-  .-\ J- JjvTkf -i  -,,.,_    /   -  "V >  .J*   "     '"?  ,. '��r  -*i^  fV***V*H*"��*^J* >  ,,iA,^y>*  M> *"*��� *��***�����  ���^Wwi"^ .4.    ��*<4|  ~fy .  I;  !  _'  !  ~f,-��r  4llM^.   JO,     ti--V *,?     ��. ^4,1 ffc* ^  ^ V ��*^��->  *�� ^ IK*' V '*-yh'f .-**�� .  -j* ->^ VS*- /-��-��*"^*���'-*_.  {��� ,'..**'���>*"* '*  \*#��  ' f   I  4.  -1 -i\        -   ,t  'law  ^1    ��  _*'  ' *_.  -4N-T          -��� -,-���>.  ���.Til  Wednesday, October 23, 1968     The Penlpsola Tiroes  **-��-  f ��0? 7  ��� -.^"���--i1"**______.,--_[     -1������ *��<Jhw_ar>irT___l^_. ___��Aa ������*  r_ *1 * >r  32 ciorsses ...  Adult Education programme j  enrollment of 370 reported  APPiBOXIMATE student emolument in fhe fhe Eesidential School.  Adult ^Education programme was given ' FtiHerwas invited to be a guest ef Band ,  as 370 in a report fcy director Frank Ful- Manager Clarence Joe at She Indian Con-  !����� read at last week's School Board aneet-( vention _��M in Nanaimo on October 19.  ing. ' * ��� ��� -    j  derating for the first "time IMs year ^^SSzJ tk**!*!* ��.._^_--_.+__��_i__���t  -o    ����� '"  under sSvision of a full time director ��� Scbo��1 l^tep BopewrteBdent  R.   B.-.  about 50 classes were <rf_eredlmd roaS ��T._Sa^d f*?fS '^T^T  Y*        :    j      ,?_ " "T v*"p* ���� ��wb��7 ^jj^ ^j,e Board should assist the Sechelt  Sence enrollment to com- ^ ^^ ^^ ^ oMaiQ ft ^  ' building   and   maintenance   shop   -where.  Classes   operating  in  Gibsons include young people can receive training. *  Mathematics 9. .11. 12-, Building and Con-        xhe Band Adult Education Committee *  structian;      Dressmaking;     Bookkeeping; j,as already met wtth department of Jn-  Woodworldng;      Piloting;       International dian ASairs Officers on Ms matter.  Cooking;   Magazine Article Writing;  Machine Shop Practice;  Typing;  Volleyball; PUBLIC RELATIONS  Oil Painting; Conversational French; Cus- '   Lester Peterson, author of the as yetr  todial Skills. unpublished "Story of The Sechelt Nation"  In Sechelt classes include Ceramics; iars permitted 75 mimeographed copies ofj  Oil Painting; Hand Bali; Betail Sales; Vol- the copyright *tory to circulated in schools-  ley Ball; Soccer Fundamentals. m ^e district. 5  Pender Haribour .lasses are Film Pro- J* **** **��* S ��"<*  *?  ^^  Rramme; Ladies Keep Fit;  General Shop    J1?"- r^^8 * ^  In<han h���ri"*  iTweSng and Ceramks J* ^ ^e *��5d af ^ to �� .����animfin��  u_.fi _w vu"������. datian that a letter of appreciation be sent!  Welcome Beach has a film programme to Petersen who is head of the English-  and oil painting. Department    at    Elphinstone    Secondary r  Besidential School offers a sewing class. SchooL '  Roberts Creek has a valley bail class and ��� %  Bowen Island has an enrollment of 17 in COUNSELLING _��  the <ril painting class.  INDIAN BAND PROGRAMME  Educational activity on th�� Indian Be-  ierve wiU be extended when .the fishing  season ends tojnclude v^sel maintenance;  fish net repair and hairdressing,  Mr. Fuller also reports on the availabll-^  ity  of  a   counselling  service   to   inform *  ycung people what they  can do to fur-  there their education.  A, further recommendation is that _hort  courses and workshops be organized under  the supervision of Mr. Hanna as the need  ���..    ^ ., ____/_.!-   ��-"*-___. aB^  demand is recognized  in  the  com-  Mr. Fuller reports that he .has had fre-    ^,,-jfy s^���� ^  quent informal meetings and discussions   -..->" '  with Indian leaders on the Adult Education 4  programme. Film preview of the new NFB W  "The sun, wilh all those planets revolv-  film '-This Land" dealing with the British laing around it and -dependent upon it, can  Columbia Indian Land Question has beenj  shown to a number of Indian tgroijps and-  ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had  sotMflg else in the universe to do.  Disabled soccer player  receives presentation  Tourney Winners  Weekend Tournament  '  Len Martin of Elphinstone jumps Elphinstone took the girls volleyball  high over Max Cameron players io. trophy home after heating out teams  retrieve the feJL Tbis was typical ttf from Pender Harbour, Max Oamer-  the fast action seen during a week- on, and Brooks during a weekend,  -XJMEADESfflP and sportsmanship that   end basketball-volleyball tournament 'I'rfip off Tourney" held in Powell,  eraste an the world ot soccer was evid-   held in PoweU River. Max. Cameron, Biver.   __ae Brooks team came a  4324 s^Satoday ��hen Pegasus met Gib-   ^^& foe girls and boys has&ejball ,_iose second irath just one point jun-  " ^^ ��� a benefit game on the In-   trophies wlnle Gibsons received the der the Gibsons' score. ���     .  village field. ^^ yolleyball taffa, and Pender   Harbour    was    awarded   the   Most 1    To sell something, tell a woman iPs a  Sportsmanlike School trophy- (bargain; tell a man it's deductible.  Wal_3__ag the game was Sechelt Hot  Sast j^ayer Earl Julian just out of hospital  alter lta_��1_a.g an ankle in previous weekend game. Eari wil be out of commission  mast of tihe season which is pretty tough  fiacfc ���for ao eager young player. Besides  wstsMssg -a game played especially for  Miaa, Eari received a gift of $54 derived  from a _af��3_. .the concession booth and  &Mec&m 'made at the game. Gibsons A.&  Mac .dull^.f_nj2se_led Earl ivitb a sweater  ������ affisa jacket. ���������'  . <_3___s "A&letic Oub vtishes to thdnk  ereaysniB sSio supparted the game and hjel  ped m a_iy way.  sipawy^fsij^s.  ^Bj^so-ft WgaS^Mayed on' October 20  aire :,as _fo33pw5:   1-^,^,  IKw. 7���Sjs^ Ea^ i/HGibsons Cougars  J;;15_mb��_cE_e_. wii oyer Madeira Park by*  liS-araHt-, ISjaMMSeriaards 0, Canfor.Hgers .2.  Bfiy. 5���Gibsons Cougars vs Kes. Braves  |; Sechdt le^on 3, Bes. Hawks 0.  l_h_  ?-^Loval 297   vs' Gibsons  United  3; Bes. Totems 7, Hot Shots 0.  Thriftee Lames' Wear  Come M ~ l����k Jkmwmtim  SEE GWM. fiJiJ. ilUE ��f SMIL  f   Nert I�� ffce BANK OF MONTREAV-arsons  ;mber  CHARGE IT!  me.  .   f5    ���  'J _:  tr;iJ*��M��'jHBBE*i.  ��fbom those on AF��_>vEa usis. "All Cfedit Card Pfcgfam'*.  CAHAcCARO  ��>Aitl!���I��t'S &.A_._3>WA_.I ltd* PR0UP1.Y lUfHODUCiS  J    I  : _     ^  THE  PENINSULA. TIMES  Cftmme few  S3����  ��iS_S��SE!s��irsi$t2Ef_>  S p.BH.  SECHELT  tfBUJIQE  HALL  CtEIMES ��3 Fill fiCMMRV  WE HAVE COMPLETED OUR fll^ %���� IN  BUSINESS IN SECHELT . . .  i .. .^.;t -^. ���������    '������,���'" ' ' ��� ' ..'..���.-������: -'r  -.-   ���'������. ���:.'  In appiteciotEOsi of yozsr  support vre oQfer Hm  treasaro    Ehesfr   tst$u  contents  ftree .to tho  perEoo w&o  guesses its  value. J___r  drop in, yon  do not Btovc  fo Etsake a  psiirhase  to enter.  (1) Only one  guess per day.  (2) Articles  must not fee  touched.  (3) A simple  qaesfvoa will  bc deciding  factor in  even* of a tie.  By Times  Editor  Doug WheeJcr.  Contest Ends October 26 at 5:30 p.m.  Cowrie Street# Secttett Phone 885-9420  AVAIABLE IN GLEAMING WHITE, COPPERTONE OR AVOCADO AT KO EXTRA COST!  ONiY SPEEB QUEil^l HAS THE STAl^iJESS SIlEi TUB   '  with UFETIME GUARANTIEE with 10 YEAR ON ENTIRE TRANSMISSION  ��ft" 20 YEAR PARTS AND LABOUR GUARANTEE  Has tend) 'onMesetKegi ieolwies os: 2 SME-DS. brisk ond g��tHe, for perfect fpundering of aU fa&fics. 2  CYCLES . - . 4 SOfiCTOR CONTBOLS . . . DIAL CONTCOL . . . ALL PORCELAIN TO? AND UD  ... FULLY FLEXIBLE CONTROLS WHICH MEANS THAT YOU CONTROL THE WASHER . . . Tift  WASHEff DOES NOT CONTROL YOU.  ������.List price of this great Washer $399.50 trade for your old automatic wrasber.  "YOURS FOR ONLY . L_J ���.������.-������.l.���..���I.. 1 ,_   ICPIIIG SFEEP QUEi  AlJtOM^TlC IDtTEt  This fine 2-cycle dryer allows selection of Automatic Cycle or Time Cycle plus a durable press cycle  selection ... it also features Tempeiot-ire Selection  . . , Vacuum Drying Principle . . .. In-a-door Lint  Screen ..���> .Control Pond Light and many Soffefy  Features. Available in Gleaming White, Copper-  tone and Avocado at No Extra Cost. . . Patke/o  Hardware Price for this Brand New  1969 Model Only  _....  WITH AIM  AUTO^/^TilO' WASHER  AND CLOT��4eS DRYER  EPEifE^iifLE  SE1WBCE   '  ���  M^ajapaaa&giwBBttMBiM'.  IMW��l����M��^  ONE BiJ? THE BEST  0  'Cowrie St reef, Sechelt/ Phone 885-9330' '  Your P0nitisylo/;^fci_fifiel_i,s'# Hecifl-|iicirfers  1  ...__ii-_I^t��� ��� ��� ������-tuu  X^��ai_-aMM_B____a^^ (j  L.  J  ft *00- ��if*ti^rt'*qrfSftt|fl��*^^rfnii^*-^^ ^.  V,pF~ ��Pi"'.i^..^^<��h.^M'i^m-^,^iB'^ii��^fff��^v*hi^.^��,H_!����"_ ifH^Aut^t^.  fc��*'rf��!?F**lrf^lT|^*_^flJi<'Stf1*l*-Jfl��^.^*-^'i|^i. ^'���'^'llVfl^.^jrfVulfl.V4  ^f��*Mf>J(*��|i-H. (* *'**'* iWf.f'-t**1 ' i��* "^  w <*>  Mbspital Auxiliary . . .      ��4 /<> -'*'��'*'  rt^yYyiiYLY-.  *ft*iUsU$  Q.gam qm planning board .'  OCTOBEE montMy meeting of the Seen- candy wreaths should get orders in early.  ��Lt Hcepital "Auxiliary was beld recently They are'$4 per -wreath,v  S^������'- ft^.l?*1??0!^ A letter of'appreciation was received  the diair m ihe absence of Mrs. J. Parker. , f nm ^ w s p^; principal ^ ElpMn.  pnesiaenit. - ~ , ,., stone HjgkSp&aol. toJ(rs. J. Parker, from  .She bright autumn day bwwigint out graduation ."{lass* Two itpr&aries were pie-  many members. A, welcome 'was,, put forth sented by/Mrs. 3. Parker. Carol Prockow  to three new members. " ��� received the bursuiy for nursing and also"  GALA AFFAIR PLANNED t0 Bfv J?zaht> who ihas "now entered her  Main item on the agenda was the an- T1,n" m wsrsm&-  nual  smorgasbord and  ball. Semi-formal A report from Mrs. Jean Barclay show-  (long or short dress) will be the motif this ed tbere are now 24 ladies participating in  year.  'Arrangements  are  well underway the   Merry-go-round   bridge   tournament.  with conveners being Mrs. Mabel McDer- Anyone interested is welcome.  * *3fc.      <v_   _.** 6,  .*-��E_W ��*fi_ra55ci_k i ��� i  ___E WJlTi   ______HB___T ��� ^  .> J*^ ^_________P____________________E_____rlL  "^*"   -A  _w_.   T^k'kJMp    vl  ��i '-WnBpwnk   *--4  *   ^WK 1*  "   * �����[��  -j1)^'     ""ft1*"- 4  jn    IB ��i '      ^ ^L. tl ������       ��� * I  .*v-��a_i    ^ ut ^ U     ��� -  P*ge 8  The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, October 23, 1S_8  ~��& ^^'fi__3_*_,-_M_. **-*���*   /&'*_*_���������'��*   _�����      Il  SSP'.Via. ' * -.<&_WT__nG?I^^;.#'* ��� ���:  mid andjilrs. Marge Morgan  Members of the food committee include:  Mrs. lna Grafe, Mrs. jEileen Smith, Mrs.  Irene Burtnick and Mrs. Carolyn Stewart.  ~|n charge of decorating are; Mrs. Ann  Kuriuk, Mrs. Vera Nelson, Mrs. Sylvia  Jones and Mrs. CHena Salahub,  Mrs. Eileen Smith and Mrs. Peggy Connor represented this area at the B.C. Hospital Auxiliaries Convention held in Vancouver.  A word of comment regarding our  Christmas  raffle. - The raffle   includes  a  Sale of tickets to members only wil be tov&s hooked rug, first prize. Then a salad  sold at the next auxiliary meeting which l*���1 se. a.iiiM bin and also an interesting  wil .be held November 7 at St Hilda's Hall Bird book for children. Tickets will be on  'at 2:00 p.an. Any ticket left over wit be sale at the stores and may be purchased  sold on November 8th from 9 a.m. - 12 from aU (members of ithe Sechelt Auxiliary,  noon at the residence of 'Mrs. T_ Chambers, The meeting closed with the serving of  phone 885-2082. The price of the tickets is refreshments, cake and cookies. A remin-  $5. per person. der to all members that our next month   Colour  scheme  of   beautiful  candy   house last Friday are: Sylvia Jones;  ISlSlliSiS  WMMSSSM  MASKS - SAFETY COSTUMES  SPARKLERS - MAKE-UP KITS - CANDIES  .   HAND-OUT BAGS, AT G1LMORFS.  i MM! SUPf LliS:  ' piLPAIlslTS - acryuc paints;  BRUSHES - CANVAS BOARDS  CARBON  WALTER FOSTER'S FAMOUS  ART BOOKS  PALETE -KNIVES,_- ..EASELS,.. ETC.  ���SHOWER GIFTS - BABY GIFTS  AND NOVELTIES  Christmas Cords ond envelopes  for Overseas. Moil.    We also  carry o complete line of Cards  for all occasions.     I  GIIMORFS VARIETY SHOP  885-9343 Sechel^ BX.  Candy Wreath6  Members who would like to purchase   (meeting will be held November 7.  At Our Satyrdciy Sm#rgiiibord  The  Sunshine Coast's  most popular  event.  ENJOY AN EXCELLENT EVENING IN THE PLEASANT  ATMOSPHERE OF THE PENINSULA DINING ROOM- SECHELT.  LIVE MUSIC FOR DANCING, SMORGASBORD INCLUDES  CHINESE FOODS TOGETHER WITH TRADITIONAL DISHES.  7:30 P.M TO 2 AM. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th      $6 PER COUPLE  i  Everyone Welcome Phone 885-2311  NO COVER CHARGE  wreaths being made by Sechelt Hoi- Dorothy  MoC^llum;  Arine Ritrlul_;  pital Auxiliary, has to be seen to be Mary Redman; Marge Burley; Irma  appreciated.   Busy   completing   an- Laycock;   Eva   Hayward;   Mildred  other batch at the Norm Burley Moqr'e and Vera Nelson!.  r11"    ������������ii���       ������������������������mii'i-m ���   iiiiii   111 i.i   ���    ������ ���il     i     ��� ii i      ������������ I    Pi  I I      ������"     !������������!   ^   I '���������������i^ii��iiim>i   ���������  Board reluctant ...  B  *^MAiNiA<S<E3l__iMr of the iM.__t_icipal Aoiport use, he said. ��� v  should be a Regional District .fimctioin,       Aid.  De iLange suggested that eouhcdl  if -the Regional Distort wil not support return-., to the question <tf little aod was  it why should the villages"?, stated Aid. told by Aid. ^Thompson that' BXWT, .holds.  Morgan flhompson at last week's meet- title. ��� - . .:  ing of Sechelt Village Council. Mayor Swain, who, stated he has always  Commenting on the letter received from; supported the airport i__att the, start, ex-  the Ries^onal Ddstdict advising that more' plained the situatidib���the land .was turned'  HUEormation is required before a referent over to the village to _tbtai_t' a grant and  dum can be placed before the electorate,  Aid. Thompson stated that Director R/uther-  -ford had al the information available.  In reply to Mayor Swain's observation  then returned to the crown. Title is in-''  vested in the Crown and leased to the villages for $1.00 per year.  Assets  bought include the  caretaker's  th_rth_'*Distiict aj^e_r^d~��Hic^ned' bwY  ^^,1 ^^^^^^^  the fact there is no revenue from the air-  District holds an audited financial statement.  Council  agreed to write  tbe Regional  District asking it to be more spec-ic about  port. Aid. iThompson stated, "that is what's  bo-hering us and you can't say ithe airport  is strictly for the villages." .  'Mayor Swain suggested that it be turned " infor,matlon ���Wed.  over to Department of Transport as it is  ;���~���~~~~.....  just behag used for ��6meo_e who waiits to Man to debtor whose office is fulj. of  drop in. There has to -be a lot more money' electronic equipment: "I think I'd like to  spent to make it suitable for commercial- call in a second computer."  WITH AN  AUTOMATIC WASHER  AND CLOTHES DRYER  Make Washday Easy with  a Washer and Dryer from  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  Your Authorized  McClary-Easy Washer and Dryer  Dealer in Gibsons  I  FENgHSUL^ PLUMEIHG IIB. - Gibsons  Sunshine Coast Highway Phone 886-9533  {Y^,_^S^A# Ex r~)' r-l  r  Prices Effective from Thur., Oct. 24 to Sot., Oct. 26 SECMQ.T      WOUttaiX  WE RESERVE THE klGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITir.^ '   ,, MSM***��  u  ^^^am^msms^.^s^^^^^sa^ms,  Spj^|-7  ws.!S��wv-s:s':^  .fe.^^MSB?--"^^^^  sssasgfflsss^^  'A^msxmmessfst  m  El  ��i  I ,\P  .  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