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The Peninsula Times Nov 6, 1968

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He lias  repeatedly complained fo-eounsil and council members Jrat -n��b. so results and bas  fi__-ly decided-to move oat feomMs1 present location.  Chamber- metnbers unanimously supported a motion that- a -strong letter pro-  testiibg the dnty condition of the Secbelt  Water Worics supply be forwarded fo the  FUC Victoria.,    .   .,  -SeivJn^tbB^^^8^4i[HoW 0|tervls Wetij iiftWding'fit.A Mellon,, Hfotor&tJaxtdi^ IJo&tJs Creek*  j_g^<5^-_^ ^Set^^ggve, Pigj?defHoi-__ii��>iMfe__>l-^ li^^glxndi^'lEfflii,ip^  f^ if*  S-'t-SS  qu4 ^-tlhe-Sech_3.t -and ��IsMet'Cijiiiinber'  of Commerce, n'-ufflhet imitation ���wii��,"��i^  tended'to JPremier W. A. C. Bennett jo atrf  tend the ��ext annual banquet $foyetti$er'  '27fii. ! r  i ���*- i ,,l  it was stated at last regular meeting of''  the',Chai��4.er thajt motificalitm has'novv 3��een  meeelved ifcom the Premet's $ecretaxyl stating ti_e Premier will' Be o^upied'Jrouhdr  -. about that time with various travel' com-  mittoeMs. He appreciated the, fact the  chamber had anvited he and Mrs. Bennett  and expressed his regrets ait 'being unable  to attend.  President Erich 'Hensch expressed the  ' view ithat he was Car from satisfied with  the reply for it had made clear in'the invitation that while (November 27th was thfe  proposed date the' .chamber would be more  than pleased to arrange a date suitable to  the"Pj4_aier.  Other.members also expressed disgust  and unammpusly approved a resolution  empowering'the president to reply as be  sees jfit. TMs was at the request of Mr,  Heipcfc.  A letter was also,read from '3ay Perrault M.P. Sowner leader of the JProvio-  eiaTlaberal Party. Mr, perrault asted -that  his tbaiflis be'conveyed" to members for  tbe excellent time he had at the annivei-  ' saiy banquet - ,- '   '   -"      "    " -'  SA^TA CLAUS \  k dumber of suggestions were put forward for Ihrightening up the.<_3r&tima$ fes-.  Mod aid Gm feaicpiet  fickel sate loariig  SECS3EIJIBM and GnnCkib members ate  . now seHmg tickets for the animal Banquet to be beld Veeembet 7th at ibe Roberts Creek Hall bat latest reports ate tbat  sales bave been beayy and not too many  seats remain. '   ~ |  Annual Masquerade beld October 26-b  at tbe CJhib'Hcrase proved a great success  and prize ���winners were; ten Fox, most  comical; Lori Bxyson, most aotbentac; Rid  and Shirley Fearnley, most original.  Two shoots bave ��o far been 4eld tbis  season aid next is, slated for November  M  *n    _ ��  a success.. - ���  Among the ideas put forward; was that  of a Santa Claus parade, this, was duly considered but'it was explained *he weather  element has to be looked upon as an un^  predictable ifector at that time of the ye&.  Possibilities of brungMg Santa in by helicopter .proved a popular suggestion and  was left open for further invesligai^cm.  GENEBiAL, meeting of' Ibe Wilson Cr&k  Community ^_ssodation held on Ttoote-  f^ y  f_4i  yp-:  ��j^XpbZ,$g#!&X  S��_f-iaSr^riS ^J^VSSS^SrJrt Commvmty Association  .itt^,*^a,a��ateW��^ %pg%��'^Sigt������ J969o_fce��elected '  iber.  'Among tbe many activities of the dab  is tbat of ra jwwr .training program beld  at tbe -dob boose in cooperation tratb tbe  schools. Ibis bats pjoyed. popular and so  bas the junior training program, beld Sunday evenings at $be dnb bouse. A number  of young girts bav�� recently joined tbis  course and axe reported as making good  progress.  Ladies night beld on .Mondays is gaining in popdGnty -and is-now a going con-  <eern ^witb same of tbe ladies showing a  keen eye.  Fish ladder installed about two years  ago at Wilson Creek bias proved a worthwhile project and it is understood cohoe  are going up it' S^atsjEaag. is a3so taking  place in Use _pa.5J__3g rbamael between  Bnby a_d4SafemawjL-__e.'eonii_eted a few  months ago by -be Fisheries Deparianent.  -Seco-ge Flay <_: Hie Bod and Gan CSbab re-  parted last wsek tSat bmsEng bas been a  little stow b__Jt,d_sbing is still good. Stream  fishing bas beenfek.  K_^t ;gener^ mse&ng. is isceMed Sot  44. .M *H1WJ�� ^_ ^  Aufhotfbted' <es ffi��eond c~ss^  mad  _y the Post Off��|A  "i_*tr  a_fl ������__������  __P*-__i  ROADWORKS  'Boads chairman Fred. Jorgenson imported that (together with Mr. Hensch he bad  held a "meeting with Eoads Supexixttendeat  Mr. Underwood. They had been informed  that paving .of the road to Tuwa_te__. would  be completed next year; ��0 would tbe xer  mainder pf Bedxooffs Boad. Question of  improvements io J>avis Bay road was dis-"  cussed -and Mt. Underwood assured them  that ihis and other roads in that vicinity  would be prepared for paving also. Members .'present were somewhat unimpressed  and made ,eLeax tbat such promises had  been made two years ago."  .While it is appreciated dbe entire highway acquires re<��ss8^i^on^/it"Was,jnjoyfed  day/ October _#th'in ~Wdfcon"C-*efc ��   Chain gang were celebrating a bela  drew one of the best attendances yet; '  President, Mr. c_en iMiipsw"��Kaired  Entered actroae  tbe meeting .and introduced Sunshine Cfcaet   f��w��?*�� *g*-***y��? * �� -  Begional District director .Harvey Hubbs  wfaoexiplained details of the Sunshine Coast Waterworks Survey and Ihe-'ipc^ihillity  of street lighting for the Davis Say area.  New sWe of of&eers ele��4ed for ��_e  coming year are; aPresidentYMf- Archie  West; Vice' President, still tovfce elected;  Secretary Mrs. -Eria English; Treasurer,  aajrs. CSaariotjte Jacfcson^ Publicity1 Director, Mrs. Helen Sindaii^ Becreatioo Director, M_r. Harold Aubuj; Ways & Jlea-ts  Committee, Misses Eileen Dydt; ^!aj_airy  Byrne; Esther Bex<ry; Biiseetor, <lffirs. OWairg  Pearson. ' -  f  ���flnst aneeting of the new -executive  committee wiU be held, on Tuesday, l_ov.  121b at the Communi-y Hall.  If you fliought you were seeing filings ted Bowling Halloween Party with  in jthe vicinity of tbe Sechelt Bow- music by guitar playing Les English;  ling Alley last Friday night-lie .as- peanuts courtesy Mary Byrne and  sured���'here's the evidence. Ball &   very green, jolly green giant Andy  Byrne.  wo yeas? fail sentence  or early morning  *"'  Volume 5> Mo. 4? *     1%  W��DMBDAV, NOVEMBER 6, 1968 |  Official opening dale  for cifizen's hotuang  OI��E���_DOBS of tbe Sunshine Coast Senior  Ctiizens' flfeusing Society met November  1 at the home of Director Harry A. Bill to-  make arrangements for official opening of  tbe homes.  Most of the work is now completed anc|  the painting will be started this week. Ibe  opening date was set for Sunday, Nov.  24 at 2p.ro> wben the Honorable Isab$  Dawson will cut the ribbon and declar^  the homes open. The homes will then be  open for inspection, followed by a tea a��-  St. Hilda's Church Hall.  The  tenants   whose applications  have  been accepted and who will move into their  suites on November 30 are: Mr. and Mrs..  Maynard Dubois of Irvine's Landing; Mr.;  3. E. Leith of Francis Peninsula; Mr. Ed  Hamilton of Secret Coye; Mr. Buck Cranswick of Halfrnoon Bay; Mrs. S. J. RiddeJJ-  of Sechelt; Mrs. Vera Clark and Miss Sof_4  Smith of Selma Park; T\Jrs. E. A. Eckford^  Mrs. Blanche Horsman and  Mrs. A.  F.'  Sargeant, all of Gibsons.  .,   Building Inspector  Jy takes legal action  Ifttx      BUILDING  Inspector Pred   Reybura hqs  "* made clear the fact that disregard. fo��  Begional District Bylaws will not be tolerated. First case taken to court resulted in  a local builder being fined a total of $ty  last week by Magistrate Charles Mittejl-  steadt.  William Donald Brown, trading nnde^  the name of Don Bee Homes, a newcomer  to tbe area, was charged on two counjts  witb contravention of the building Bylaw?  in that be laid two building jfoundations  without obtaining written permission firotu  the building inspector. | * Vy*  Entering a plea of "not guilty" to the  first charge he was: found guilty and fined  $25���to the second count he entered a ple&  of guilty and was fined a further $25.   ,  "*  1,  A  ��^^^^^^^^^^^^^^0-  All dressed up  Authentic costumes at Roberts Creek  party which won prizes for the older  children were Ray Dube's pirate outfit complete with home-made telescope and cutlass;  Nina Christmas  dressed as a genie; Bo-t'eep accompanied by her little white "sheep" is  Gail Nickerson and Davy Crockett is  Matthew Ball: Master of Ceremonies  was Mrs. Helga Connor.  Combined project ��� . ��� '  Becreation centre compleii:  . draws widespread interest  MANY organlratlonh on lhe Sunjihlnc Coast  , .Wert' r.-pr-'M.'nU'd flt n iii'&vting labt wim-Jc  In lhe Ct'darh Inn, GIUmmis, during which,  ���considerable _nk.v_.t Jn a combined recrea-  Uonal centre wan Indicated.  Tl>e imeeling elialred by Dr. Eric Paet-  k_n who told the Times afterwards he was  delighted with .he response, most of tire  queMJons *howed gprnjlne Jnlerrst and with  few exception.!, pdty poliUcti were not involved.  Due .to the tremendous orefrponsc alnce  1hc proiwsed project wah flrbt ix^ported Jt  1�� puw 4'vJdent tfiucreba jh Inevitable. It in  ejpjXTled the. Hcheme will involve a great  deal of planning and ..round work with  niiinerouj) ob.lacles lo -overcome. Formation of a Meeting committee 1�� next in line  and as It Is csscntion to. aippolnt only those  who arc' prej)aire.d ito laclivdy participate  and w_o are vitally Inlerewlcd In estJiMish-  nn'nt of a recrealJonjal centum, a nominating  committee was formed eJomi��ri��inB or*e  niemt>er of each of it he three Chambera 0.  Offlttmercc and Dr. Paetkau.  Carefull &Cudjr of all as-pcrls of a recreation rentrn; <mll 'be the first function of  tbe committee which trill finally provide  concrete proposals to be presented to the  Kcgtonitl Ikwrd wifih the object of obtaining . tft stipfwrt.  At an cairEter rorrtinj; of tbe Cibsons  and IMstrtct Chamber of Commerce the  matter was dtscosscd al some length and  terminated vtth appnrval to *uj��jx_T lhe  ipropojal In prinrjspal.  Sf>ea_cDg m .the Secbell Chamber Jant  'Wednesday, JCSerk E3rKajr said he had attended the meeting m iGabsoas and with  the exception of oae person considerable  jntcreat tra- expreased and it was hi& view  the meeting |��ra��ed vrty eatisfaelory.  "Once a commutCec t�� 4ormed 1 have no  douht the protect win become a <*rtainty"  be added.  It was agreed that osace a cflsmmitlee is  formed the chamber will eea��e participa-  ���Ucm a�� a jsteertng body, H wa�� &M��we*er re-  com mended that a ntembrr fiora each  chaKltN_r tie inc.aeteit im tbe cssiisisS.See.  ifl.house scliediaer],  for new school design  OPEN area, an oonovatioo in elementary  sdiool design, will toe on display at an  open house for the pui_ic at Gibsons Elementary School on Thursday, November 14,  from 7;30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  The program will feature teachers and  students going through a condensed morning school session in the new open area  classes while parents and public watch  and observe. |  Prior to the observation, Mr. Do# Douglas, School Board Chairman, and Mr.  George Cooper, Principal of Gibsons Elementary School, will make brief introductory  comments about these open teaching areas.  Following the observation, a panel of  teachers -who are actively involved in 'teaching in the open areas will answer questions from the audience. The panel will include: Mr. John Ayris, Mr. Drew McKee,  Mrs. Agnep SkidmOre, Mrs. Diane Earle,  Miss Shirley Reid and Mrs. Marilyn Robinson with Mr. George Cooper as the moderator. Refreshments will be served.  Valuable mineral find  reveals local interest  MR. AND MRS. John Browning of Wl^on  Creek have been plunged ink) all the  excitement of a valuable mineral Mrike for  it was their youngest daughter, Mr*. Winnie Robertson of Cloverdale who discovered the fabulous deposit of Jade near Snilth-  crs, B.C.  Well known locally Mrs. Robertson has  always been a keen rockhound and it was  her study of geology which led to the find  in the remote Tokla Lake area.  , l_ast August, Mrs. Robertson accomp��n-  Jed by her .6 year old son Gordon *nd 1wo  oilier helpers were flown by helicopter into  the area where they &pent throe days in the  rugged terrain woking towards the orhiln  of Jade boulders found scattered Jn tlie  area.  Already an estimated haul of ^M>,<��00  of jade has been airlifted by helicopter o_>.  to a barge on lhc Jake and transjwrted to  Cloverdale to be prepared for ex]_tit  Wert summer, Mrs. Robertson who haa  6takod a claim hopes to establish a penn-  anent mining cannp in the area.  Hvr discovery has created quite an interest In geology amongst local rockhouda.  Scout training seminar  open to all interested  ANYONK JntercMed in ^routing Jn the community is welcome to attend a .jxclal  firoup commHtee training seminar to be  held from 2 to 4 30 ij�� m. In St -l.llda'h Ang-  Jlcan Hall on Ra1,urduyr November lOui.  A training team from Coast Keghmal  inrainJng Committee will be on hand 'giving  everyone a chance to find out the n�� ��nd  exciting iwograimimea which scouting now  oilers."  ' x   "  PROMPT action ob gait tif Sechelt BCMP  detachment following break-in and thjeft  at Peninsula Motors Iitd., Sedielt, duiing  the early hours of Tuesday, tyctaber 29 led  to ihe sentencing of a youth who pleaded  guilty in magistrate's court Friday, Nov-  ember-lst      -        ...  Nineteen year old James Patrick Mc-  Innes of Mission, employed in fhe Sechelt  area, was sentenced to Haxl^y; for 2 years  less ��ne day definite a��d 2 yeaxstess one  day-ind^raiite .JLpc Jb^lf, .andi-etdty. Wot  ~H^-_--4^a>^eagt'ii_^i'iiMW^ aatote^  ��3JE.e a^3o,xun tesBJemenfly. % " .  f- Mclnpes who elected $0 be tried by magistrate without a Jury was warned by Magistrate Charles JVIittelseadt that .maximum  sentence for break and entry is 14 years  . and the maximum for or theft is 10 years;  ' only the youth's age prevented him from  ' being sent to the penitentiary.  , Questioned about his previous record  the youth admitted be had already served  2 years in Haney and had been on parole  for 2 years, he was 15 when first sentenced; charges included break and entry;  theft; failure to remain at the scene of an  accident and absconding bail.  . |tlclnnes stated that he had not worked  on the Monday but played pool all day in  Sechelt, he went to his lodging house for  a short time after the pool hall closed but  returned again to Sechelt to meet a friend  who did not turn up. Walking back to Selma Park in the early hours of the morning  he noticed a window broken at Peninsula  Motors and a man was trying to put a safe  into a yellow Buick. He lent a 'hand but  the safe wouldn't go in the car. All he knew  about the other man, whom he described,  was that his name was Jack and he did not  believe him to be local. They drove into  the bush beyond the M&W Logging offices  and tried to open the safe. Mclnnes left  the other man there and walked back to  Sechelt.  Corporal Orvjllc Underhtll stated that  the robbery could have been the work of  one man but he  would suggest probably  two. Tliere were blood traces throughout  the building and Mclnnes had cuts on his  hands. A jack had beat used to lift the  safe into the trunk of the Rambler and it  could easily be lifted by two men. The  building had been thoroughly ransacked  and an attempt to open the safe had,been  made in lite garage. The unopened safe  ^hich contained about $500 and | documents, together with other items had been  found where accused said they w@qe,��_nd  the umJamaged Bamfcter v_6 found'locked  Appointment announced  ior Paul St. Pierre  PAXIL St. Pierre,, Member of Parlianieql  for Coast Chilcotin, has been appointed  vice-chairman of the House of (Commons  Standing Committee on Indian. Affairs an?  Northern J>eyelopn_ent.  Among ot_h.gr tasks, the committee is expected to .study proposed revision to the  Indian Act during this session of Pa__ia^       ^  ment. ' "  joew yeHojR. Bu|ck^d^i^n..da!m^_l> by ^mtfrnetbhet oiJB?��riiaan^_j..����t % County  the aOempfxto put'fbe safe in 11 Y '-' "' '"of tapr^riej_t'Mo__j.s^,a"?pe__3b^<rf"1^  Questioned by Magistrate Mittelseadt, year's Indian Affairs and-Citizenship Com*  Mclnnes again stated that he didn't know mittee. Under .current Jules, both Indian  tbe other' man, when ihe magistrate ob- Affairs and Affairs of the Yukon and North-  served that he Hound this hard to believe, west Temtories.have been given for scrut  the youth replied, "I know". iny by tbe same committee.    '              ~f  Seeks Ucence  m . ���   ���  Scheduled Mcmaimo flight  gets overwhelming, support  PROPOSED by l"yee Airways Ltd. to operate a scheduled flight between Sechelt  and Nanaimo appears to be gaining full  support of the various bodies on the Peninsula.  In order to substantiate his case for  such a licence, airline operator, Al Campbell, has had to obtain | support of the area  as a whole and so far this has not been  lacking. Today letters of approval bave  arrived from the Sechelt Chamber, Duncan Chamber, Regional Board, Gibsons  Council and a number of private individuals who have taken the trouble to write  in.  Mr. Campbell told the Times such letters from individuals and groups or companies will be greatly appreciated. Applications for such licences are usually  opposed by other companies which is why  Gibsons project * . .  Proposed village expansion  offers various advantages  PROPOSJED expansion of Cabsons village  ���boundaries will increase tive present area to double and population by about 250.  Thift will bring j-n a per capita grant of  ll-S together wUh additional property taxes  presently igoing to Victoria.  Full details of the expansion by rcaolu-  Jution together with a anap showing old  i and proposed mew boundaries, an* found  elsewhere in 1hi*i weeks Times. One of the  greatest advantages 1o residents within tlie  expanded boundary fa ithat of access to  public utilities, particularly water.  An argument against similar expansion  in Sechelt a few yearn ago was that there  would be loo many planning restrictions.  This has proved Invalid under the Regional  District which quite feasibly could have  tighter planning r. Mrlctions than the municipality.  5EWE�� BYLAW  Council is awaiting approval by Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Campbell of thc  ���sewer iftyiaw which J1 hopea to present to  the taxpayer December 71h. election day.  Clerk Dave Johnston adviued council he  had dra^n up draft of Hie Bylaw which  ishould toe returned with tbe mintoter'n  go-ahead within a Sew days.  Total aimoufflt involved  at tbU time is  j $425/000 and will dmdud*;; po?t of a treat'  went plant.which in claimed, will purify  all waste before it is pumped out at Cos-  pel Point.  Mayor Fred Feeney has previously indicated lhat public meetings will be held  prior to going to plebiscite in order that  any questions regarding tlie system might  be answered.  ADVANCE POLL  An advance poll will again be held in  Gibsons and bas been set for December  3rd. Tills will take place between the hours  of 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the municipal hall.  Nomination day is Monday November  25lh Tliis year two aldermen will have  completed their two terms in office. These  are Waller Peterson and Ken Goddard wjio  have not yet stated whether they Intend  accking re-elecUon.  MOTOR LICENCES  Council |ia& decided it is time a molor  vehicle licence office be establlhhed in  Gibsons. It wat therefore moved a letter  requesting' ��iich approval l��e forwarded 1��  the Motor Vehicle liranch.  LANDSCAPING I  Council agreed to a ouggeslion by Aid.  Ken Gioddard that further, stage in the  landscaping plan for vicinity of thc village  office- be carried out. This will include  planting of a mimfocr of shrubs. Money haa  already been budgetted for this purpose.  support from as many sources as possible  mdicating need for such a service is nec-  cefssary.  Present ferry service means  anything  from  sut hours' to reach Nanaimo  from  Sechelt. Flying time is a mere fifteen minu-  ���tes and under the scheduled Ucence will  cost $9.00 single $12.00 return.  PARKING PROBLEM  Complaint from a local businessman  drew attention ito a parking problem m the  vicinity of the liquor store. Parking room  for one vehicle only exists in front of the  ���store, consequently, when a number of  vehicles are parked tn that area access  to a nearby lane it blocked. This creates  a hazard as well as loss in1 revenue to  business people requiring access to their  places of busine&s, ' '  It wah suggested a parking study of the  area be carried out and that possibility of  acquiring a property across from tlie Shell  Service station be considered either for  public or business parking. This, it wan  stated, would be a progressive move by  council.     ,  It was duly decided the matter ibe JctCt  in the hands of roads chairman (Ken Crosby for further study by himself, the RCMP  and works foreman Tred Holland.   /  DOG POUND ,  It' wah reported that tlie dog pound is  operating batlsf-ictonly and that a substantial number of stray dogs have been  rounded up to-date. In some cases doga  caught had licence tags and owners were  therefore notified and let off with a warning. General opinion waa that within a  month abhcncc of strays bhould be notice'  able.  Attention wah also drawn to tlie fact  ithat a home Is presently In residence wltlj;  Jn the village.  Asked what the situation is regarding  JJylawfl, acting Mayor Walter Peterson  Mated the SI'CA rule.-, that a barn has to  be available m order to keep a how, thxj  village does not permit barns within Jti  boundaries, therefore thc matter would appear to bc resolved. '  PLANNING BOARD  Provincial Planner has recommended  councils appoim a representative to the  Technical Planning Committee presently  functioning with the Regional DMrict,  Elect/Ml aldermen are not eligible therefore  the clerk Dave Johnston agreed to accept  the appointment. Mayor Fred Feeney had  previously stated that as the regional dis-  trJct ^planning ito wwne extent Involves tbo  villages he feels lila council should bc represented.  *. '1  s  Mn. i^L.flkV. i-^vy^^yi'^*"^...!  Y'^�����*^l1."*, ���**VH"**T-%wfiBH-ll  Af-'fct-fVVfV,' t^j^mr^t-Yif^^mttm*  ^[Wmtap<miWOT^(^ii^.^f^By^ ;^��&_g_$$$|e3  I' i'7.i'n_.  ^S^g^^^^t  ^f^^^i^^^^^^^^^^l^y?^  ^5*^sVj V ^fejscft ,<cfig%|r  f-vsAsw  ��^_PW^4^^^^^��^Cf^&ia^TyHv^-^  A*.  ^^^WT^SS^SS^f^g-,,REM. ESTATE ^^^'^.tST^q^^g; AUTOU^C^JhM^  e 885-9654  %st^_^^^r3|SS5^ESr ^SJIsil  Clatss.ied  Publi^he- Wedncsaoy^ Jsy the  Tbe Peninsula Times Ltd.,  t  ,    _tt__*hell)&.C.    r   .  2 BEDROOiM cottage 033; sinall  , lot for sale. .Excellent view  #54-4$  P#��_S^A.^^4y%J ]$&$,  WjOCK JBRQS., >s duar'^DotcoUejijeeffls^j^iy^r  FOR HEMT !&)^iete  MLL foi *efct, !S^__-_Gree_  ^th'i)b^m"vaBd'^water. IfeaKfcd  st  i_2'7_Sfl "i(-_-i<*_i    P O  -*&_}_!__. J299  jStt&J_,��F> 'view V_j*m*'-I_ /f*ooe Jfc Gt^���_a--to*_&et   emiil�� **"*��� &W* QP&M-  ^-��tma!n,-iS__o^ Par*. SBS^-tfc&J  " ^ OT 736-9171 ' ��*__-�����  OJGfers. .885-3975,  " mi I I I|I||  mm-50  w&>jmDE*nm$s  Member, AurittJureou  cf Circulations   .���  Merc_31,1968  Gross Cuvulaiian 2066  Paid Circulation 1807  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (35 words)  One Insertion 50c  Three  Insertions  1.1.00  extra lines (5 words) JOc  (This rote-does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  BoxtNumbers        .   .    , 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is odded  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  Legal or Header advertising 25c  per count line.  Display advertising in classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By malt beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier 50c month  ���S__ND33_i ^��as_bt__r vitevSfotsi,,._**�� fast service _m aUj&oyex-  Glen PMaips. JBsattB. m&m .t&m. PJtfate ��B34aKBl/or>a��f��te  WEST SKfatiMftAtr taished   B��L^6 ^f^ ^i?�� '  4 .bedroom Jjfll ^to^Jtoipe - *ft3t.     ..     -       >   g676^1  -^ ^��**i!&^ *m&a* mmoo$$&~maem 4-__*)���  immediately. :ph. jg&fiM^  .,   ^   too* horned 1<&, do?ft*o  _J_ ,.    ���-        ^ffitfo   fceacfc and safe3wcatantion/rage,.*  HOUSEB&EPJHJ   .mm, *~jfll   *��?f *W ^^ fi*��i>**' .  found, prime imtxairce, SA-   ?^h* C**Y��� heB; ^V*01?'  ' A-ofl heat, dble carport, lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, jfoone evenings  885J97B2 or write,Box.47Q ��*  Peninsula 3-ines, jBox-��8_L, Sechelt, B.C. 469-tfn  FOR'SAtE  .r .  ma Pari." Ctent, 885-&S35.  S981-t_n  3 BEDJE&OOM house hi Seehelt.  Vs     basement.     Reasonable  rent 885-"933o.  BIRTHS ���  CAPTMN and Mrs Terry Spencer (nee Judy Mills) of Winnipeg,. Man. formerly pf North  Vancouver, announce the birth  of their first child, a -daughter  3_auxa Ann, ��� lbs.., 2 ozs., at the  Grace Memorial Hospital, .Winnipeg on October 21. She is the  first 'grandchild for Mr. and  Mrs. R. Spencer of Davis Bay  and the first great grandchild  for Mrs. A. Spencer of North  Vancouver. Other t grandparent-  are OVXr.^and Hrs. C. Mills of  North Vancouver, B.C.  9774-49  OBITUARY  RAMSAY���On October 28, 1968  at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, Edythe Vivien Ramsay  aged 74 years, wife of Thomas  M. Ramsay. Also survived by  one son Dana Ramsay of Victoria, B.C. and five grandchildren. Funeral service was  held at St. Paul's Church, Vancouver -with Rev. J, W. Ellis  officiating. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery        9775-49  PERSONAL -  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  1^ Be* 234, Sechelt, B^P. - Phoae  THREE bedroomed house, Sel:  ma Park. Wall to wall carpet Electric heat. 885-9740.  999049  WATERFRONT 2     bedroom*  house.   Large living   room,  fire   place  and i&imaee.   886-  7497. $977-51  COMPLETELY funcushed 1  room suite with baith, heating, lighting and phone, dean,  $65. Single female preferred.  Phone 886.27$. 0992-49  WANTED TO BUY  ONE   or  two   bedroom   home  near   'shopphSg   centre,   Gibsons or .Sechelt Can be cash.  Phone 985-5608, evenings.  7533-49  R��AL ESTATE  EWART McMYNN  REALTY -&-INSURANCE  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest  Shopping   Cejitee--  Gibsms  Providing the Stn_a__te <3oast  with a  comntete PirOfessaonal  Service.  iEteal Bstate ��� 1_asuia_.ee  .General and life)  Law Office and Notary Public  (R. F. Keimeitt)     *  Prompt aibtenion to pnrtihaise or  sale .if property from Iheeption  to registration.  To list or purchase *a!Q now ���  Our experienced salesmen jpre  at your service.  886-2481  '  ��546Jtfei  TOE SUN .SHINES ON  165' of tmrestricted view waterfront -with the finest sandy  beach. 2 bedroom home that is  'a delight to show. $38,000.  Immaculate ���  Quarter    acre  IMiBSOlSISMImmaciilate ��  worn, Mly serviced., part %ase-  "jnefct home on level laiqdscaped  Jot, An ideal t&fcreina^Jb&ae  'abd location. IE-ill pi<��,()$Jj_yOoo.  Choose your _>u_1_I_^~1w"_bdw.  Jm lexcsellent seie��fic��i M 'level  and view lots jprioed lirotof'^yaso  to -$a,250. Down tpaym^Dits fepto  $250 with easy teanms.  -i,, >,'-  ROBiEBTS  CREEK���45  acres  Cfi7 <e_TA.SE ta^aie Jstato,^.  ;S646Jt��n   (beB art'AD ��!��_<____*_��! tl_^  : Jmmn;' > WALT WGRCN SAL���S  *���!��� ura  marine -Actsssmes"  ���'." tpaoYAS-^Etoaifc JSaxd^axe^  HSfl^npressed >a-r'_!e!ryice lor  . Y-sMndiyeiPs aar tanks,  .^dndiyws av��a_aMe <fox  ^salvage worJk.  9984-51   stereo axU-'SS/i .4-yefo old, - mng $15. Jeep wheel and new  *��� mew_t Af^As^fpemi^ '#^ _^5. tie* ��0 Jh.' navy pat-  "    a&elKH. 1^0; BsmosoieX Bob-  <Jr^e_u "-* . r>v   ��75iM9  limnfn^lltliNniLill!  SPL0WV&&.' ^srS^^  S85-2171,  J^it,"^,  .1' ''ii1.*    *  ' ""H'f>r|S'"i 1g.'l!'��  Jfaafc.   $l&Pfc0Dte ����4233S. P       t58248  BUY 'your   tcash  Imdnexator  IF IT'S ss_i-sY-i!fts Mtit&ias  S85-9330, Seclaelt, B.C.  Phone ^86-iBQS^ <xibsoins, ,B.C.  13Wj-tfn  _{-X)VE a&d .ti$$pi_?$e woud,-ifir J._nom   Sechelt   JELasmen- at  ^aind ald^?#e',!iJQ4��3i(s^l ev- $a.S0 .each. Phone ��85-9542,  eryone in' $^y Special rates fl988-t��n,  -for peatsion^ji -Sezwlag .CUbs;ons    ^   ���. ,���ri   and Secheltito-71$8,^tei\i5:30 '^^ *M3JCK  RESULTS  pJtL        Lpx           . 7528-49 USE TIMES CLASSlFieO  l'f'M'l"W  Around Gibsons  MR. iAWiD lias. C. Mahlmah attended -he  ���_-_ wifeddittg atrmVersary of' iMr. Mah-  anatfs.'atmt "ated-wacte, Mr. and fes. Sack  EEe'aly, which was held at Ithe Hastings  with southern slope and v&w ,Oo_rcmi__% Oeatere. The deBgh-ful eele-  over -Strait of Georgia. *xo& vibration ttoolc 4he,ffj-un of a dinnex dance  age on too .roads, aae&m'Ssxt-low * <M\h ah ti&Ha&gtxa''in attendanee. Mr. and  cost t jsuhdiyision. otL j^ce jufes, ^ealy have 7 50ns amd 3' danghters.  $6,500. y-     -<y      Theire were .siaty-JEiye a_t?itivesvat the party  DXV_3 _6AY~4Pullv indeed " ��*f��.^W?yJCWBhas totve^abeb ^J&aauti-  Sewftrft S?��S?ysn SFSf M fl��sn?^ ^ <c��easi%i mse mi by  State ��? S!_e I^Sft :Buma^ 'P-��Wtar. HW&F ,8__��situla-  wgugrag area <y.ose  no .ftxeea-   tory tej^g^a^ ^tvfi^^i^vifed^ated^.'bri,  de" and .gawoaxi <x_! ��_t>e_ta. ,*^ne .tea^L ^pre-  GmdenBay +.m,��-    \.^./ . I  ____n___________M>___.M_____.   , ^^^ ,  St. Mary's Anglican Church  for Vader-Gooldrup wedding  tot beacsh. Full price jfei^ao.  ST.   MARY'S   Anglican   Church* - '(Gajrde��  ��ay, Was the scene of a vepy; .pretty  weddi_g"'on August -31st when Shirtqy "���Gaol-  dr,up,became the,bride of ���olu>���$iyii__aim .  Vader.   , /     f ilK  The bride is the youngest daughter <^  JMr.  and JMirs. 'Gilbert 'G-ooldriup of^jied-  0| British Columbia, .the bride chose a  navy blue and white ensemble with navy  and "White accessories and pink corsage.  Out of town guests travelled from' Vancouver. Victoria; Pemticton; 1.00 mile  House; jEdmoaton and Toronto.  The young couple have taken up iresi-  1P69876.  969-tfn  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5x7 SIZE, 1.25 EACH  6 (same subject) ��� 1.00 each  12 (same subject)    .SO eafch  8x10 SIZE, 2:00 EACH  6 (same subject) 150 each  22 (same subject) 1.25 each  LEAVE, YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  WORK WANTED  TILLICIM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.'  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, old jobs, etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Phone  885-2191 or 885-2094. 1871-tfn  CARPENTER work, alterations,  carports,    etc.     885-2343    or  evenings 885-9460. 1874-tfn  PART or full itime bookkeeping  or accounting work required.  Will set up bookkeeping systems, do financial statements,  income tax, etc, Work from my  home or your |>lace'of Inisii^s, ���<  885-2864. 9978-. 9  WANTED  WILL    purchase    patches    of  staindLng  timber.   Phone  886-  2459. 1681-tfn  CASH for 3.5 to 4,5 K.W, Diesel Genset, 110-220 preferred.  Must bi�� in lop condition, State  make, year, approx, hours ��tc.  to 'Box 9748, Peninsula Times,  ,   StThclt. Ii.C. 9748-49   ^_^  !  LADIES 3 speed bicycle in good  shupe. Ph. 885-snm),      t_W3.4��  HELP WANTED  ^ALAL WANTED  Top price paid. Good quality  riMiulrcd, Contacl. ,1, M. I lit yes,  Reed Mo.ss & Fern, SectMlt,  8Hr.-li:ii:i. 115312-tfn  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone  Mrs,   Naida  Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Sechelt, B.C.  9752-l.fn  FOR RENT  FULLY   JurntNhwl,   1   bedroom  <-(il,tiu:e  on  hl^livvwy  *1   Hulf-  ui(��m liny. $45 per month,  .ttt.V  !ir.:i1, K7.IH-4!)  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  Multiple  Listing Service  PHONE   886-2248  1800 sq. ft. floor space, half  suite, 1 half business premises,  lots of plate glass windows,  concrete work area floor. Vill-  lage water supply; half acre  land, 100 ft. highway frontage.  $21,750. Try your terms, try a  trade.  1 acre on Lower Roberts Creek  road, 125' fr., 330' deep, gentle  slope, lots of water, $1,100 cash.  Almost new, semi w.f. home,  all elec.  3 bdrm on  V2. acre,  third down ori offers considered.  Beautifully groomed and maintained 2 bdrm cottage in Sechelt, two garages, tool shed,  fully developed grounds, $21,000  one third down.  BlEClElM-P-r^uly ,servis&& %  aeffe in choice a��ffiideBK^ILjaiea.  Am exscellent buy >et .^SPft,  ftenms,  PENDER HARiBOUR^���"JM]y  serviefed beautifully te>6taL,( "<wa-  tefrOEront and semi-q^teafecait  lots in this scenic harbour .with  "year round"boating and tislfihg.  Priced from $2,500 to $6^500.  SAK'MAW LAKE���Lange wat-  erfroht lots on this beautiful  6 mile long lake. Easy access  via Leete Ray. Easy ibenms  available Full price $4,250 each.  For these and other choice  properties    on    the   -Su____ne  fenced  and  m  laws,   walte , ^^ coak&tA p^ t^s w  flowers,  shrubs, and patios. 3  .��� AAcMynn  Do Wortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-268_  FUIINIHIIKD     bfirhrler    miite,  fiell-eontnlned, lirw ri til, C'ltifie  io SerlK-It.  I'h. WIS���:_.].  ��741-4t��  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  9985-^9  . BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 681-97i00  collect. 24 hour service lor  736-9171  main office!  2695 Granville St.  ISLAND  Approx. a acre, 2 .ottages, water and hydro. -Pender Harbour  area. $5,'000 down or itrade.  REDEOQJ-3  2 bdrm bungalow lot 100x671.  Well water, oil heat. Very cozy  for retirement. Low cash payment considered. Full price  $12,500.  27 ACRES  Approx,    Overlooking   Porpoise  Kay good access and water available for subdivision or holding   property.   $1000  per  acre.  LOT  $000; 50'xi20' on water and hydro. Selma Park area.  CABIN  Spring water year round and  5 acres and cabin near Boherts  Croek turn off, Good gravel  road, Ideal for horses. Only  $8950 full pHice.  BUILDING L01V5  Buy for the future at today's  prices only $:ir>() down and easy  terms, Turn off SnodKrans ltd.,  Selma Park all lots priced.  View lota FP $3950.  5 ACRES  Ju��t off Gower Point Rd, $8000.  Nr, GlbHonn ideal for retirement, Located oni.tiloping land  and well treed, 1 Terms. Also 1  acre $7(KI down pdjucent,  CMMMBRCIAL CORNER  Junction of Francis Peninsula  Rd, and Sunshine Const Hwy.  Approx. 4M) ft, X 291 fl. Piped  ��� water on property, Ajpprox, :i  nrres $21000 cash. JVIorlignne  monies available.  EXECUTIVE HOME  Nr, Jerry Langdale 4 bdrms,  li��irg<' LR; D-nn-'it and rah, Mtchen, nil wfTlot^lt'lng lUrwc  Sound on waterfront lot. Terms  lo   $29,Mill.  For Post  Service  Phone Mr. Good 681-9700  BLOCK BROS.  bedroom house, garage and out-  h-uldiaigs. Near schools, beach,  and stores. $21,000.  Large lot, Selma Park, $3800.  Good terms.  -$1,500 DOWN���In Sechelt, 2  bedroom house, remodelled, electric heat, laundry room, attached carport. Move right in  at $10,800.  West Sechelt���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 on 80'x478' lot. Own water system I4'x20' living room,  WW carpets, 2 bdrms. col.  ..���5_S!BatoHc_g_ All wi_h %xM -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, I00'x900'  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.  -T737-47  LANGDALE: Close to ferry terminal, 16 acres with modern' 2  bedroom home. Wonderful view  S-D. Full price $30,000. Terms.  GIBSONS: Modern 3 Bdxm  view home on dble lot .Stpac-  ious LR features deep pile W-  W iand fireplace. Convenient  cab. 'kit. Full bsmt has roughed  in FP, A-oil heat. Dble garage.  Close schools and shops. Easy  terms on $22,000.  QOWER POINT: Owner transferred. Half Ac, WF park. 100'  front, Charming 2 bedroom cottage features lge. view LR with  stone FP, mod. kit, Dining area. Lge. workshop, garage.  Many extras included jn full  ��� price of $27,000. Terms.  ROBERTS CREEiK; .Immacul-  'ate 2 Bdnm waterfronit home  On ] ac, Modern cab. Mt., spacious LR with adjoining DR,  ..utility, full bmni., 12x20 rec  room, oil heat, garage, attractive garden fru.ll trees, etc.  ���Full price only  $23,500.  Only 200' from beach. 3 bedroom, electric -'heat home on Vj  a<pe. Trans porta tion only Vi  block away, $18,0(��). Full price,  easy terms.  Large 3 bedroom home on 2  lots, r>0'xl5O' each, ITnobstW.  ted view of water and Islands.  Only Z blockw to bench. Master  ibedrtH>m trnKuitc, large living  room opening to patio. Kllichen,  with ibreakfiisl area, .dining  room, utility'room, Double ���carport, Full basement, .inflitiltthed  ree room and fireplace, Work  shop, A-oil heat, Owner will  consider all trades.  Moitton Mackay at Gibsons office, ,886-9900.  F1NLAY RfLAtTY LTD.  Cribsons       and       Burquitlam  97-S-48  BUILDING SUPPLIES  CrIBSONS    Building    Supplies  Ltd.   S86-2642,   Gibsons,   B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed concrete  Serving tbe area ior 20 years  90-t��_  ALCAN Aluminum windows and  sliding   doors.   Complete   installation or do it yourself. Ph  885-9534 9773-<__a  ��ET5  KITTENS for  adoption.  Please  phone 885-9796. 9986-49  LEGAL   NOTICES  mOSSSSX.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  ... Butler  Ron .McS'itviiney  Ed Butler  Don Tall  ��� Htto-aow  ��� BWt-atMlO  ��� ��r.��-2284  NVe Trodc Homes  9WKM9  K.  BUTLER REALTY  &  INSURANCE  Olbsons,   HX',  Phone  fimi ;.ooo  WlKMJlV.lt  M'ULT1'H*E  LISTING  SRRVJCE  wm?. 09  Notice -of Tntention to Apply to  lease Land  In Land\ Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C.. and .situate  at the soirah side of Secret  Cove. .        \  Take notice that Wescan iEx-  plora-ioos Ltd., of 38 - 845 Hornby, Van., occupation land development and mining exploration intends to.apply, for a lease  of the following described  lands:   ._  Commencing at a post planted S.E. corner of Lot 1, Plan  129J2 of D.L. 4661; tbence South  2500 ft, to N.W. corner of Lot.  5416; thence East 3600 ft.;  thence North 1900 ft. to a point  300 ft. south; of the N.W, cor-  her of Lot 6843; thence westerly  fo_owiing south boundary of existing lease lappliicatlons to a  point of icommencomftnt iand  containing 80 acres, more or  less, for the purpose of ���development of land opened up by our  road construction,  HAROLD JAMES McKKNZII.  Agent for  West.pan E��ploraWons Ltd, ,  38 - 845 Hornby  Viaticouver, B.C,  Dated Oct. 4, 1968  9705-Puih. Oct. 16, 23, 30, Nov, fi  UOATS & ENGINES  RI7NABOUT boat .;t_��ragvwv��ir.  lalblo. Safe and d,ry for winter,  Ph. 880-2400, Shaw ltd, tllbsorts,  951(1-tin  15 IT. CADILLAC aihitn.  boiiL  35  hp  motxir,   itiraller,   cover,  lights for sale. Phone 8H.r>-2(Ni7,  l��i.8-lfn  37 I'T, fibreglass hardtop with  ���controls   and  lias  tanks.   .....  cellent  condition.   Ph.  W!.ww,  1.20-..H  CARS and TRUCKS  3958 FORD MHlan, wh In,  where  Ifi,   $75,  Ph, '885-2106.    9m 'III  ��entied with .a d_a_ao3id i^iitoed  ���^Oae'itfE(the w>ns, IMr. jBt_>_3_dlj. Wbdh his  soil _B_5v.Ss ** Vtedsd. mmtxg at Pshder  Ha^bwir. *'   '   '  W-teomie'to^lb^s'lfr^. Aim Thompson; and two l^drfen iEnom Vic^Oiria, who  haw iafceh jujp tcgadence m. 'Mariaie fljnve.  Mr. Alffimd -BfiKPOB. is home after a .stay  m St. -Mary"��-Hospital 'aaqd -he" wishes to  thank Dr.- Crosby and everyone for their  ca're and Idntiness." ���  Jon Nimmo ��<with Messrs. Thorstienson  and Andersoo *-6f #11800 Cineek is 'On a  hunting trip anxund Loon ^lake and further north ��of Kamloops.  Mrs. Bobbi Cramer was visiting a friend  in Vancouver.  Norm Berdahl and (Gamy JB-srdahl returned on Saturday, Nov. ��nd iErom a hunting trip which itoofc them _as far as Hudson  Hope. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Mil-  ner, Mrs, MSflner is a. sister of Joyce Rusk.  Mrs iR. I-immo visited her mother (Mrs.  Reynolds in Vancouver.  At Glad Tidings 'Church a jolly Hallo-  v\een masquerade pairty was enjoyed, with  games, prizes sand srefreshments followed  bv a firework display.  Mr and Mrs. Robert Jiarding of Port  McNeil are (being .congra.tula.ted <m the arrival home of their adopted wee baby girl  Robyn Lee.  Mr Harding a former teacher at Elphinstone Secondary school is son of Mr. and  Mrs  Paul Harding of Gibsons.  Dick Pitchett visited his mother and  his aunt Mrs. Fox in Victoria.  We hear of at least 3 local couples who  have already - made ^plans' to igo <m the  chartered pLane -to spend New TPear in  Reno.      , t   jv.  ��J1 Nimmo was an Vancouver attending ��' U_aio_. CJoajwenition  Mrs.^ W. Wanren as among patients in  St. Mary's Hospital.  The Kindergarten classes of Mrs. Scott  and Mrs. Bugan enjoyed as a -_��___ned  group, a 'eostume party on Thursday afternoon at 'the Gibsons Elementary school.  Mrs. Effie Lawrence was in Vancouver  to attend the funeral of her brother, Mr  Twigger.  ���������. 'Jim aiad '(Doris iBusk of Vancouver visi-  ited relatives here for the week-end.  ���' N_io Wiren is in Room' 302 at St. Paul's  ���Bofepital. ���' I  The Wom-ens Institute ipre-Cbrisitmas  Sale and Tea will' be held,on ___day, Nov  _ith yai itihe w.__..;<iottage from 2 p.m. til1 4  ���p.m., .Sp.ecial .Christmas motif aprons will  be .sold'as1 well as hand-knit socks, movel-  ities, hotoeicooking etc  fQttxjpleting his final year in Forestry and  Mrs. Vader is completing her Enal year in  Physical Education, both are attending the  University of British Columbia.  Rebekah Tea Bazaar  officially opened  eira Park, B, C. and the groom is tbe sob' jienoe"in Vancouver where Mr. Vader is  of iMr. and .Mrs. Frank Vader cf P-3__cton, ~  BC.  The cenemony took place at 8 p.m. with  Rev. Barry Jenks assisted by Canon Alain  ���Greene officiating. Organist was Mrs. Donald Cameron.  Given in marriage hy her father,- tte'^  bride wore a fitted A-line style gown of  imported snow white ligoda trimmed with'  deep bands of lace.  He  shoulder leqgth  vej was held Iby a,petalled headpiece and   5^^   vmge  Alderman,   Adele   de  _he earned a bouquet of yellow rosebuds '^^ m^y  ^m ^ vwy suc.  fefcss'f&l Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 32, Christmas Tea and Bazaar, held 'last Saturday in  St. Hilda's Hall  Miss de Lange commented on the wonderful decorations and mentioned the many  -good works supported by the Order of Odd  Fallows both in the community and other-  Svise  General .convenor was Mrs. Nellie "Whaites and pouring tea were. Mrs. Olive Mac-  Qregor representing the Senior Citizens;  Mrs. Harriet Newton rejuresenting Sechelt  'Girl (Guide Assn.; from Arbutus Lodge,  ���Gibsons, Mra. iMartha Weal and Mrs. Iva  Peterson; from Sechelt Lodge, Mrs. May  Walker iand Mrs. Margaret Wise.  In charge of the stalls were Mrs. Etaily  Parsons J -Mrs Jean Hamon; Mrs. Phyllis 'Handford Home cooking: Mesdames  Olive Porte; Nellie Erickson and Jennie  Rei'ter. -Miscellaneous: 'Mrs Dora Wilson  -filnd Mrs. t|ait_ie Postlethwaite. R'afijies,  ���Mrs. -Hazel Critchell; Post office, l&rs.  'M^'dge Hansen, Corsages, Mrs. Joan JSTew-  sham.  JServing w��re Mrs. Lorrame Conroy;  Sandra and Kaien Parsons^ ��� * - -'  ,Y��RlisyuJjn the Jatcheau. weee ^Mesdame*"  Eilfeen Stoith'jr'ila'e Fttzgeraid^ -Jidby fferee-  se; LMaggie _farsons and losie iEeid. Mrs.  Lpla Turner "v^sts at the 'door.  EafiQes weire won by Lori Casey (dressed doll); Mrs1. M. Hately (coffee table);  Mrs. E. Sigouin won the. door pme and  Ehyl Wood won the -hildren'is door prize.  *P~ '  and white carnations.  Attending the bride was her siS-er,,.Miss  Elaine iGooldrup of Vancouver .wearing a  pale yellow gown.  Best man was the groom's brother, Mr.  Gordon Vader; ushers being Mr. iRichard  tJqoldrup, the lbrijle'.s brother and Mr. Sydney Lee, a cousin of the bride.  . Reception followed in 'the Pender Harbour Community Hall which was dejeopated  in a yellow and | pale green theme; the  three tiered wedding cake in white and  yelow -centred the' bride's table. Mr. Frank  Lee, trade of the,pride lproposed a toast to  -his niece. _n charge of the guest book .was  Mrs. G-len 'Dingman. The bride's bouquet  was caught by Miss Ann Cameron.  For the honeymoon spent an the Interior  Brownies  hM HaHowe en party  BROWNIES of the 1st Sechelt Pack held  their Halloween Party on Monday, October 28. (Upon arriving they found the hall  'gaily decorated with'ghosts, vetches, jack-  ,o-lanterns and Charlie the scarecrow.  An afternoon of  singing   and   playing  '��am.es was highlighted by a visit from the ,'  "Good Witch" who handed out treats, ���        <  Joining the activities of itihe Brownies j  for the first time was Fairy Godmother, '  Mary (FUay. Also visitpg (after her illness i',  was Musical Fairy, Vona Clayton, \  A (tasty array of Halloween calkes and  cookies was enjoyed by all,  WILSON   CREI5K  I On Thursday, October 31, Wilson Creek '  Brownie Padk had quite a party, Since  Brcfwin Owl and Tawny Owl couldn't be  there, the e_.ciit.od lltlile girls wore ��mter-  tained by .a wicked witch .and a itahcing  black teat,  After songs .and g��vmes, two happy  ���downs bounced Jn, handing out balloons  sand candy, More treats were| seirvod and  the Browfltiles went home all ready to <in-  ,l|oy 1iht; rest, of the big day.  LADIES AUXILIARY  October inecUut! of .the LA  to  Guides  and Brownies In the Senhclil Dlwlriel was  'held iin the home of Mrs, Chaiiotte Jaek-  �����om, i  ' Mrs, .IndcHon agreed to take over .litw  iposition of <iii��lrrnan wiilch Is apprC'elatod  by all members,  Guide leaders are still needed to rc-net.lv-  ��(.��> tlie StH'lX'lt and Wilson Creek Guide  (Coimipatnleii ��nd mnyoim' laterestcd Should  contact Mm, (Hnrridt Newton, it. is nol  mwesKiiry to have been n GiHid(> to become  4. Header.  BSTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SEftVICE: SECK_U,7  jSundoy School-��� IO;00 "��_��.  Church ietvice ~��� 1 \Y\S _t_a.  REV. A. WILLIS, PAS1TOR  You ore invited to attend any or ��aCh sendee  .-tpOKKQi  jd���0,  svmwm coast  GOSPBL CHURCH  i(Undenomlnatlonal)  'ffi^Sesr Scfcwfl 1O.D0 ������.  .<Suj��_i jieivjee I1;1S ojiin.  Evening Seryjce 7j20 f>v__  IPA^rdR IREV. S. CASSEULS'  _D^h0oy-Ioe.d<i_dAt&u1v9 .  i2$&i>t&amp9romttll?favtey)  vrtSS  ?'*?' (        \ ���-."-������  ������ -���������-��� V. -   ..   ���-.-.   f.1 .-*       ������^7._L:7-.:::-7:,:::.-:7-,''-  ���Hjam^ra.trJ4 'f"\.n    t /***  .*^ff"  *t* >   ,.  1057 CHICV   iplrk,up   for   .nth.  A-iitominllr l.ranri'tnlwsloti, \\um\  rum\tr��K ���condilt.kn., x)?Ml }'U��\\i-  im<SXOA.       t t��l��(i7-1(��  ONE  OWNER,  ltir.il t'onl  Seel  ,un,  phoxxe  itfite,r 4 p.m , kh:j  22m, iiii7!i-:.i  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8;00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Churclh School  11.00_Mn. 2ndw 4th. 5th Sundays  7;30.p.m. 1st and 3rd Sunday*  Services held regularly In  GARDEN ��AY, ftRDROOFPS and EGMONT  For (nformoiton phone M5-9793  I Every W��d, IjO am H. Communion St. Hilda's  '* 'Wis *��ie'i*mio<lertof iconttlrip *i#8to jls'tf/Stervilo^  ,LTr_>.'i(f��!tprie.;IRei!ilt,ail��la ^Jiwes dli^^r^rfw^Wt^S/^i^i-yiiSip .'ICWte  ifVad". iFltedfle ^wieiti: .httt'.-^i<ie <|s; lU-y^j^d .-.stitwd ri-iiBa��?������ jMt^UwiRa** r.*totN�� ���. ��noy  have to wait Itheir turn; also that .Ma Is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannot always carry' Ml -tetolls,  ���i��gBitigii��_giiiittigiafw^  (Nov. 7--2'i5^n. St.: Hilda's lHall.\S<iclMllt "Hosp. Aux.meetlMo.  Nov. .'Q���7:30 pim. Arts CouhcH -5ener(_l fneetlnfl.  St. Aldan's  Hall,  iRabonts iGr oik,  Nov.  11���2 p.m. Hackett Pork, Sechelt, Lions vs' B.C, Hydro poccer  Qame.  Nov, 13���2 p.m Madeira Park Medlaa! Clinic. P.H. Hosp. Au��. meetinjj.  'Nov, l_.--2-4:30 p;m.lSt. IHi?lda'K irHall. TTrjadnlno 'Seminar for Scooters  and supporters.  Nov.  16���2-4 ip.m,, .Rqberfs Creek Community Hall. Eauiem Star Fdll  Tea and Baraar.  Nov, 16������Loolon I .att, Sechelt, Sechelt Hosp, Aux, Annual Smorgasbord.  Nov,  18���$ pim, .Roberta Crerk'School. 'Porents Auxiliary Mcetlno.  I  ASK FOR fflE- CATAtOGUE OF P_CPE."tTY  MulHfrt* Ltffl-0 Servkw  Vancouver deal Erte**  \ Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  ">'  4v .  ___________________ Jat^T? * '  ^^*^^?��E*^*wr-^~��-*-^: ."*��� PP.  ^twM_)��_BWiripiw��wii��<atf^_ji_^ ^ - ^ ���PP.  m.-^n'''  I'i-tKw'is^J^ iX^y piKjLwvUsgW&Kpi  r   < t  tffSkshW^h^his  Powell River 1f��wja Crier "  ItaejK?  rr  *    > > i'Y   -     j  -' y     <  '        y '   i   Pi      !  " ' . ^ -J  Y    ''     ^ t   i* if..;' *  '   Y , . .- Y 5 Y I'f ^ *  *"-  \* . P IV..'  //  .y^^Y^yyy--^yp-- yyyy��^r  c  x    Y  ��� ..�������� ,.,fa,..  u  .it  L-Y  *KY  ;<5$N_#OT te ,an 3Dta>a_ &li^%,"��1^hl^-iBiqd''3stf^^er    ��� .vtba^ecpAal jAi^'AiewWy ^c^ptiiWs, * "  i      'l��-is?      f**-.',  -t&V'ploplijg1-ao;attaiwal" ipf lojuhUswel in- %m iwao- ' - l     ���-' ^Vo**.^ _.��_!_0.o.B_t.. 5h.-.c,d .naAniio *��-_Jn_nn-   i- *    .T____.T.ffi_^_,    .__*'___  ltc��giiBoe to'do "8ibie ta��_M fchofie^'. J,5^ith       TKftne ���  more"ani 'smore people vhwng trained an bhu*" in '  MgWy te-hnicail-osMls it will M'taeneas- jv^rte  _aglyv_i__ic,_iltr_Q 'thjeU^chsaoiogioal -age to '$ia^l;  'find -fwinVvlif.srf.n ��_n-K_i^._t_,"'s HSWyir a___nlr   IFfopi ,'ttils.  find ^eqjilte'-jo do society's ditty wiorfc The   ��lh&  answer to -tfbis pnoMem, ;say the geoeticists,   metcome.  tamm  ���  | iA��_��i_S�� SIOCIC OF @PAO���� WM4|AP|8$  Five books of beautiful patterns  ot ail prices, to suit  all tastes. Ask  to see" the new  fine "Flbdc* papers  fpr elegance and  dignity,  *    *     *    *"  0F TOP @I5APE IPAl^TS  AP.�� SUPPLIES  At ��-sa_r . , .  mmrbm sherwin Williams paint dealer  ���MMWiaMaiMMM  _R^_nMMHMMNMMIIIW__MM_  'i jJec&kologS-oal, fiafcer" jtoy to do ^e Jhaass-  hald chores hut y,_ier'e is one serious ..pfeaw-  f hs��k.. There is a 'growing , conviction "&hat  ' t_aa-_3fijaesr are smiatrteir   _han pe^eyi in  whi��h case, -3. ouM wind up feri-^ng-" ithe  to|_h5ne ite -sli^peirs, -while-it unpads'-the  1 ev%&$g p&tpet. * "    l   ���  ,On .ibe <4Jter'l____lf tihe .fcratoless vehild"  of.'dh* gens^ieisis 'will become th4 household '^et" Jahd never ,coxn3>la_o .ahout^ the  idrsjidgery of .oookin'g,,  tliistiihg 'pr ihauliitig. T* ���  week)ri47_d for $s  worfc 4o he "done.  as it will mever go.   ,      _    ...... ,.,.  a4ope of helon^ng to a union as Jt; will get j  no-paj jso can'i ipay union dues/ Itjwin  neV'er^e'tjel as it will he too diunibito |now  an^y Better, hut if it should exhiihit^ any  uj^ns 'of jre'stlessness. a pat on it|ie bead  and it' will suhsiide. j    1  j|The .jgen&tici-sts . are tr*itnfindously' .n-  -ithusiaitjc-.ahpirt Itheir, "pet" project and  arfe  fong^'tuHating  'theiniselv'es on  {fhefir  fdijesight in anticipating,society's heed for  iS|i6h 'a cte-attire.  ; t hate to <iisiJlwsion them huit I've" got  metvs for ith��m. We've already got one in  ont hausej,   , '    >  4*  ���* \  _'+_  L.^.-{^??_-M'-_t_.> jigujsaLM^S^- *��_: r '-^_j_-rj__-__  lAhdve (the washbasin in Jhy husband's  ofSoe^ the hQss had pat a large VThjBk!"  si^i. ��iirectly helow, soiooeone hung a ifcmaE  ���r.nr.M-rnMun.i.i..^   hatod-^ttered.CTgn sayi^: f^hoap!"   ,    ,  SflAWK C. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Sol Block * <sibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  Phone 885-2818  RITA'S BEAUTY SMJQH  Open In the Richter Block  Sechelt/SjC.  .PERMANENT WAV��S���TINTS  HAIR CUT,���STYiilNG���SHAPING  9 a.tn. *o5 P-tn. Tuesday-SatuKlay  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  swe Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite the High School -����bsons  Pijr Toke Out Orders Phone 386-2433  f J ^ - f  Tds^hone 836-2069  HOSE & ART ENTERPRISES  . ^orajiy, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Puncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P^O..Box*2#-Sibsoas,��.C  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  -Septic Tank* end Drain fields -^ad-toe ond  Front End Loader Work.  Bcisened Cement Gravel - fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 -Box 172 - SecheK  ������*$��* <������������!, ���|,���-.,||   .1 ,..���,������    I.      H-.l���^������������l.' III,.,..  .   MADEIRA MARINA  "    '��� '^Mtt_^:.jp^:^''.;-'-;,'  .four OM.C Service 'Centre - iPeriiosi. la lEvinrude  ��ealer - Cabirts w^rotlers :& iHoak-Mp rCarnp  Sites - Trailer Court-Launching (Ramp  Phoiie ��83-2266  OCEAHS10E ;rUKNiniltE  AND CABINET SMOP  Custom cabinetry far home and office  iKiltclhen SpedlOtlsts  R. Birkin, Coach Ave., Roberta Creek  Phone 886-2551  for Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  ��86-9663 - HsipMns Landtag  Tailored Suits   by Orapesttire  W-ork and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watdh Repairs - Tiiinex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  IS3S Marine - Phone 886-2116  i����      .'i <   PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower P*. flood  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR f AM11Y DRY Ct-ANING WEEDS  John Mind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 pjm.  Res. 886-9949  Scows ���*��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving &l$g Towing  "-'."������     : -y.":   f- HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD>  Your Morsha'll W-eJIs'  D��Qlei-ihk>Y i'  Phone 886-2442 - Gibsons, S.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  \ GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down poyment -fiankinterest-  Ten years to poy  Complete line of-qppliances  For free estimato���Cell 8S&-2720'  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  Dial 886-2803  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A 'Ca_L  ,        FREE ESTIMATES   BOAT OWNERS  Consult Copt. W. Y. fliggs  Box 339. Gibsons. B.C.���|Q3_>-->546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  C & S SALES  SECHELT. B.C  APPUANdS - HWWAtlE  HOME FURNISHINGS  -  Phoirae 885-9713  TASELLA SHOP?  Ladies' - Men's -Ohild ren^s Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C  SELAIR CUSTOM ilPHCWLSTEtW  ���REUPHOLStERING - RBTYLIt-lG  t:USTDAA OJESIGrJED ^SlRWITOW-E  ��RAPERIEfe  Phone 806-2873 ��fter & p.m.  . 1   ��;ii,i 'i'ii   *    int ��� "        i- '?iji;;.,  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD.     A SPECIAtTY  COLLISION i-��PAf!*5  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Eqaipmefit Got  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. * -335-9466  " THE TOGGERY ~  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open -six xflays ��. week    ^  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street/ Sechelt  Halloween Magic  Roberts KLieek <hi]dTen had c wm-  d<?rfu] time at the Hcriloueui Pjit\  v _jch comm.nced with cowlujnc iud-  Zing Jjtlle led de\il c_mpl��*ti wilh  ^i\\ui tr.dent Ian Rutk and 1ni\ Itt-  tit wit. i L/ Beioahl von in tne  pr.-schof] ro-.tuJnc fi'oup jiKtut.d  neie Vjtn -i**tei wit en Lee Bciddhl  aj'd bol<mn J ttl(j shciK < hMMnphti  Wh'tt  &��&&&   P ^  0- \ 1      m n   ��   uh \ '   >(. 1 *.. M  is til   .p.     It'f'C  1 inn  nnMomwiwi  *   4  tFvn Time  mmiY salon  883-2201  EXPERT  CUTS - COLOR - PERMS  The v.a/ >ou like it  'ttmmtmftmmtftmtmamt  WflGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Ctecler  Omrie St. - SetheS* - Ph. 885-9345 . ^P"*^ ^ .D��*e;��d Matthew  Corn slaiks, glowing pumpMas, scare-  crowr, -yvitcbes and colorful posters decor-  Msd .he walls^ great tubs of viater mth  local" growib rosy red apples were set out  ior the apple-4unkitig and *he <$mell of itot  dogs y/afted out fewn the .Mtchen.  . BKwnies artd their leaders had been  busy Ibefore [hand de^oriating the hall. and  ���many members of the Parents Auxiliary  were disguised in costume. Teen-agers  'dropped by ito Jhelp with the gatmes and  Jkeep an eye on-ithe small fry.  Master of ceremonies was Mrs. Hel^a  Connor who lead the youngsters in the costume parade wihile judges Mrs. Ruth  Marsiv, Mrs. \SetcMield and Mrs. R. Cum-  ming-ihad Ithe difficult job of judging the  ���coshjm&s.  Mr. B. Cumming presented the prtizes  to positer contest winners:'l. IVfar-in Blatchford; 2. iLinda Day and jSittax Haaltle; 3.  Gail Bland.  Wiwers of ithe costume patrade were:  Ian )|Busk,!.JJiz  Berdahl, ���;���$$&  Nickwson,  Ball.  wmwaywswm^^  Hair wet from apple diinMng imtf one bf tlie games Jteeping them busy  l0f*n ^^^t Kwloy ^ Sohnrfoy^  faces  smeared  with   grease  paint, during tbe Halloween party iheld at'"I - (J^aiijjieces and Wigs Styled)  happy yoixngsters wait for their turn , Roberts Cieek Hall. ' '  to aim daits at bri^it balloons, "just  Parents Auxiliary  hosts happy party  ROBERTS Creek Hall had tJhatl wonderful  Halloween smgll about it as llyoungsters  started arriving for the party aa&asaged 'by  the .Parents Auxiliasy.      -       "  i-^uAmU-B rfSWK^-M*^i.i*WtW*    ���0~*veXl0tlil��.'l  \^\f- ^v-^'^iAs^-lA^^^^^ife^^f'rt'^  Largest Selection Of Books  1 On The Peninsula  *   *   *  J.ust' drop in <and browse,  yow will be pleasantly surprised  at the wpnderfv.1 selection of books  for all /ages ond tastes now available  at:  '0JT0  Cowrie Street, Sechelt 885-9654  WMHIfl_MI_Himi��MH_^MMM����^  B  or  OAf S  SALES  PENINSULA SEPTIC TAt��K  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 6r 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  _3ensina Bt ��� Osnega  Sales, PartB, Service  fJNSB-INE  EWING  'ERViCE  mil HOME DEMOKSTRA.TDN  I  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL AAAKES  Mrs. Mono teovfatx,- 885-9740  ih_iI_iii--.iii-.__.ihh-.i .���������am ������������������ .i.���ibi n*^�����n>wTiyiii ��� !'*��'�� h��m���^  HOWE SOUND 5-10 15c STORE  1589 Marine - G-hsans - G06-9052  ���Even/thing from iNeedte? to  School Supplies  UfAOY-MIX CONCRETE AND  CUILOING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GjiSONS BUIUMNG SUPPLIES 4.TO.   ^^"0 *��* Melton to lender HarhoMr  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC i-TP,  Residential - Oommerciul  Industrial Wiring i  Electric Meort'.l'rtg Specialists,;  Gibsons 886-9689  1653 Scovlew - Phone 886-2642  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phone 886-2664 R.R. 1 <s_i?so��sa  SUNCO PROPERTY PATROL  Gov't Licenced ond Bonded  Sflrvlt.0 th*  Sunuhino  Gaaot. ��Wars .tveourlty-.  ohockipertrol to eultyou.  "WE CARE APOUT YOUR f ROPERTY"  Ph. 88S-'9787- Benner ��lodk, Sechelt  or Ph.  883-2688,, Pox 43, Sechelt,  I.  At fh�� Sipn of Ili�� Chevron  HJLL'S MACHINE SHOf  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc ond Acty Welding  Steel Fabrlcatlno ������ Marina Wpya  Automotive <md Morirw (Repoln  Standard Marine Statiop  R. H. (��08) CARIUTHERS  Oil Stoves and Heaters    '  Cleaned ��ind Serviced  Port Mellon tto Earl's Cam  Gibsons, D.C.  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  'O.eo^nij9:.Cird7;i^dV0MiMm.g -  ���<^vd/''Mayvyv-^;;fiir  A SIMPtCINS���885-2132  G10SCN GI!IL BEAUTY SALON  tExperts at cuts, coiffs and (colour  Cxs&em'Perms--^ Fhmci 1886-2120  (CLOSED MONIDAY)   ' T"   'i   '     "      '.'"���'��� "i  l"|i "   ,.     1 "    '  Phone 885-2052  ��3M -_L-_C7��l$C LTD.  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DICK BBiODKB, hos0altiei tor TB   diffoWt ithis year, Mc#_t te borne Wain,   & 'J?^? wie^* _wtfcts, even ibe teacher*.  *       _-_.    ___._   _.t-s._   _._TJ_ ^-_-._._ ,1 __*      __���_.i__,. it.   i .* ���_._._.   .!��_.*  /.uj-iS._T'     ��j.p._!    _1m_   i__f_t_   snorts   oanw   _.ru>��_��H r   Ai  to 4.S0D Powell Havea- and surrounding <resi  dents t_jis "week, "- y ���.  iBer .picture,1 ivfith the most- modern  ���chest x-ray camera in the world, purchased through Christoas Seal dollars, appears'on the greeting card which accompanies ithe Christmas Seals.,  Mrs. Brooks lives at Port Ooquitlam. but  her stpry is one which could repeat itself  in any other area of British Columbia.  A busy mother of four, three sons and  a young daughter, she dismissed her feeling of being tired all the time as "doing  too much", and attributed her nagging  cough, particularly in the morning as "too  many cigarefcts".  One night, early last January, after her  children were in 'bed, she settled down to  enjoy television. A coughing spell brought  on a slight hemorrhage. Her. doctor called  for an immediate chest x-ray and five days  later, Mrs. 'Brooks was a patient at Willow  Chest Centre. She had active TB..  Far six months, while she was under  the icarei cf chest specialists ait Willow  Chest Centre, her husband Dick cared lor  the family, with the help of kindly neighbors.  Christmais for the Brooks family will be  well!  after modern treatment ior TB, wjifch know-    .oon a  ledge her disease <was jarrfisled eajciy. .For   ^e a  the next year, she must continueuwith;TJB  wonder drugs, 15 a day, -    -  ]  Two of her teen-age sons'were infected  by her TB germs,, whieb mean they fifcaw-  ed a.positive reaction to their tuberculin  skin test. They are an drug ibsieapy for  a year to prevent development of TB.  Mrs. Brooks is one of six bundled new  cases of active tuberculosis found in BX  this year.  Her story is told (because she is willing  to share it with other families around  the Province, so they will realize that TB  can still strike at any age.        ,-  )  In Ship's Office  ���by iohtt Hetherington  SMALL STUFF: We are aQ fajmiliar with  the existence of a public service offered  by various organisations called, "Djal-A-  Sometbingoro-b-er."   In  Los   Angeles., '.the  "same service is offered, but witb, a mew    ���      , ���    _.    -������<���_. ���   ��_     __        _.  ,. _. *.M     ��_      .-_._-.u- _--  /  twist. The number dialed' contains, the ^.^S^^^^^^ifL^ ^&J^LS^LS^S &^L  initials of the organisation involved. For,  example: a resident of that'city will wisii  to know what really happened during a  racial disorder so the number to call is,  296-2227 ,or letterly translated, 29-NAACP  . . , Jerry tRubin, leader of the dubious  Youth International Party, is truly a comedian. He stood on the campus of Simon  Fraser University and buirned a one dollar  bill, thereby advocating the overthrow of  oujI capitalistic society and denouncing  the use of money in general.  However, he refused to appear in front  of the microphone on a talk-show the following day when be learned he would be  .receiving no fee. Yippie! . . . Continuing  the great "put-on," where the curb on mail  order gun sales is concerened,'a radio announcer south of the border announced  facetiously one morning. "Be really with  itj Be the first in your block to order a  bazooka through the mail." (Sic),  EEFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN YI: I  went ashore in Mobile, Alabama, on this  particular . occasion���delightful city when  you finally accept the fact that you and a  friend are not really friends at all because  anexistang law in the state unconditionally  declares that this is so.  As I was saying; went ashore on tbe  town: and bumped into a shipmate. He was  a friend of mine. I thought so. He thought  so, but the law thought otherwise. Why?  Very simpp'le; his skin was not the same  colour as mine.  I invited my friend for a drink in Mobile,  Alabama, on this particular occasion. But  when we ambled into a bar-*both of us of  tasteful dress and impeccable manners, as  well as being general ambassadors of goodwill���the doorman spun my chum around  and hoisted him back out onto the sidewalk.  I wheeled around and tbe doorman hissed an Obscgnity at me that immediately  set the adrenalin to pumping through my  veins like the wash from a bursting dam-  something to the affect that a decent white  man would never keep company witb a  black.  _f it had not been for the arrival of a  policeman (they seemed to be everywhere  in that city) I am certain I would have  driven my right arm, right to the elbow,  into the flabby paunch of the bigot. I bad  just, be!en subjected to my first taste of  sickening hate; the kind of hate that decays and finally consumes one's very being.  My friend, - obviously resigned to the  fact that this, sort of thing happens, decided* we would have a night out dn his  area of, the town; .ihe coloured quarter.  ���  This,was fine with me. ,   '  We stepped out of a taxi and waUked  into another bar. My friend ordered our  nmgs_  .4ft  --It-* -,-'���  te  1   . ' -    ."3  \    Wednesday, Neregnbeg 6M 19i��   ^f  ���i  3.  ', >  ��_*��� ���_���,-_���   ,    ...--    ^l>M^thfm Sui-diiiie, Coast Iloiis I  THIMGS were fairly>to\isy amujid our school chelt arrived about18.35 <��dtb a1��ad'r��E /^^^ ������        * "^3  this week. Tbe main event of tbe week students. Although some kids didn't- think ' ��l_a1_<__.ratfM__ 'M4w^Wf% 4A__m^  was Friday, Sadie: Hawkins-Day. Most of Meddy's People were the best mostly,er-" l/liflllClJUlll? JJ.��IU_.U SSSw3U^  the students arrived, at-school stubbed up eryonebada good time, Many tbapks vgo, ^^ ^roe wMpb all Sports fans havg  'l E5��-_S!W.*_*_!!��_*^_^^ ^JSS1485 fo7Sm^^7^^  Monday, Koveadber 11.        ~i  Coast, liotis Stave c&aiUmge&yi  the B.C.- Hydro team wbiicb is jast recu^  who was fined. Fines were baMed op^. 'to   vtiso siipervised  _. __.*>._-.>._r-.       �����l'Vt_f^       _-.ij4.r_-'.-       _f_rv11__^_a*��       4-l*_n.       !__*_-_��.. _     ___u.1h._- ' 7 _f^     .    Tbe town officers had just installed fire  extinguishers m their buildings. One day  one of the buildings caught fire and the ex  tiriguisbers failed to function.  A few days later !the town cpttncH'held  a bearing to discover the reason, After  much discussion of the subject, one of ibem  said, YMr, Chairman, I make a .motion  that the fire extinguishers be examined ten  days before every-fire."  anyone who didn't follow the few rules  for the Day. One teadier got the "book.  'thrown at Juan."  Two students 'from each division acted  as the cops, and & nickel fine was given  for each offence, Tbere were a few girls  chasing after some boys but mostly lhe  guys didnJt put up mucb of a fight       , "/  The classes were fairly slack as the 1_sa-  chers were in with the spirit of the day. A  group of students worked in tbe gym during  the afternoon and after school. 'Tie theme  of our forst dance was iLaP Abner mixed  with the Peanuts gang. In the bleachers a  big pumpkin w.as placed surrounded by  regular sized ones. The <Jreat Pumpkin  was made from crepe paper. A familiar  figure. linus, was against tbe back wall.  Fishing nets interwoven with corn stocks  blocked off 'the bleachers. And at the back  of the ball a scaiiecrow was banging.beside an outhouse. A lot of work was put  into -the decorations and they were teally  well done.  The dance got underway at 8:30 witb a  great .crowd coming out. A bus firom Se-  Mx. and ^Mrss. Sadie Hawkins were picked by Brian Wilson tan the Drive-In  and< Mr. and Mjrs. Don Douglas, A ceremony was beld about 10:30 at which time  Marj MacLean and Willie Kennett were  xqfarried,. Many out-of-town people wtoo  were our invited guests attended along  with a tew of our last year's grads.  Early this week the Cheerleaders beld  ���a bake sale during our S^rainute recess.  During tbat short time over seven dollars  were (brought, in which goes towards  the new uniforms they are buying.  Tbe Bed Cross also held a bake sale but  it was on Thursday noon.  Our senior girls volleyball team travelled to North Burnaby on Thursday to  finally play the school tbat we have been  waiting to play since the beginning of the  year. Our team came back victorious and  they are over in Courtenay this weekend  for a tournament.  eraimgfrom the baseball season. It is  mored 1bat a large shipment of plaster <_&  Paris bas been ordered and 'tbe lions are*  on a diet of steak.       J      - H*  Action takes place at 2 p-m. y%  Installment buying: Confound Merest ~5  WUMIWMriWUUjm^d^^  Politician: A man who d-vides _i& time  between Tunning for office and running  for cover, ...  TIMBEf  Will buy second growth Fir ond  'i  Cedar  suitable   for  Poles and  Filings. Highest prices KOW.  Phone 886-2343  offer 6 p.m.  Coastwise Cositr-icSlsBg  & Tree Seraee i_t-L  I  itSiSSS  It was now my turn to feel the oppressive,  heated flame of castigation. Why? Not because I was da_gerous or undesirable. Not  because I was a trouble maker and a risk  to someone's security; no, none of these  things. I was white and I was not fit to  drink in that bar.  The two of us were foreigners. We  weren't creating any disturbance. All we  wanted to do was enjoy ourselves as human  beings. But we couldn't, simply because  the law| stated tthat it was impossible to do  so when one person was black and tbe  other white There was no such thing as  harmony and brotherhood The law didn't  want it In Alabama, George Wallace didn't  want it!  There is a civil rights law now But I  wonder if my friend and I went back to  Alabama, would'we be served in any bar  we might walk into? I wonder if we could  share the same water fountain? I wonder if  we would be allowed to just be ourselves?  Dear Lord, I hope so]  SECHELT THEATRE  PRESENTS  SUNDAY MIDNIGHT  NOV. 10  , ��* r_**_v  1        *j-*v*   . 0 %.   - r:_r *.  _._.._! .       . _. I?  V  I  DRACULA PRINCE OF  DARKNESS  ChriMophrr Lepy Borboro Shfllt-y  ADULT  DouIjIc ��� Technicolor - Cln<.'mcr,cop_  THEN OM . . ,  fri., 5ot��� Mon.,'Nov. 0, 9 ond II  Sec thc Went as it  really was  III     m     m>     m  WATERHOLE No. 3  JorTic:, Cot.tt.im, Joan Blonrtdl  ADULT  Cml'ioii and Douhkt  Trchnito'l'jr ��� CMTtsmosccp*1  ��.artt   8-.00 p.m, Out   10  p.i  ^^_asaiaii_^^  .,. Jt*- ^HPn^ii^^*, M.��, ^|E2^ffla_a  tfEs^sasasKKke^^  .,.*.'*     - ,V.T   7,,   -  <���    .    Y~  ' t   ~ ' ~ r~^ y"  <  .,>._..������>,,  '    J".     *   ���   ^ j" Y  '   -l      ^       ,    <     >   " " r      * <\ <1    '     ,  'J    ,  . Y  _55|������  /If  fit.  SULA  Wednesdoy, November 6,196B  My Vp/fcswc_g���?/i Adventure  ���4>y Elsp 'Woiden  SAVffNG for the past few years enjoyed Yen my way.       ���   ' -  , 'driving and camping around B.C. and '     Next day I approached Winnipeg but  ihe Olympic Peninsula, 3 .decided this year instead of going through the city I took  to bead East���could I possibly make'ai to") t���e perimeter highway rejoining the -Trans  Ontario where imy marxiad daughter lives, Canada later on. As I continued the ter-  or would I find the Trans Canada Highway -i rain became more wooded, lakes apppared  too much? Well nothing like trying even if i which made driving very pleasant When  one is past seventy, so in June Ibe <car 1 finally saw llp.e Manitoba���Ontario Sign   f  made ready for a long trip at ibe , I could scarcely believe I 'had travelled      ���*'    -~  J  Oh My  Volkswagen Centre in Sechelt. Previously  new tires had been put on by Peninsula  Motors���I must say '"little Volksey" didaJt  ���miss a beat all the way, no mechanical  trouble, no flat tires or blowouts.              , Late afternoon I reached a 'Provincial  As in other years I borrowed a ��mall Campsite at Upsala and as I set up camp  tent and with sleeping bag, camp stove ] began to realise what J had read about  and A.A.A. maps, set off on my great ad- 0n'a��� lakes and woodsu-little black fhes,  venture. The day was pleasant as I drove >m!hons of them, mosquitoes too,  so out  through Manning Park, Merritt, Kamloops ' <-ame the insect repellent.  making Shuswap Lake Campsite ray first During the n_gat a thunderstorm devel-  night's stop. A swim in the lake and a i cped-how thankful I was that I bad deci-  walk round this large campsite with its ded to sl��ep iQ Ibe car, Remembering past  Nature House ended a good day.             io experiences witfl a wst tejlt' B* 5 a'm- il  Next morning found me on tbe  xoad* *" *u ���f ��**J;Zl7LZ IK.2?  by  6.30,  through  Revelstoke  and   on  to- ^ ^^^^^.^J^^Z  *��_.��_.,.>-  ->.,<..  7��,_ m���������4���.���^. ,���_����� _.���r_ar.>_ Jon which had not been improved by the  Rogers Pass-tbe mountains were superb However I got through it and  with their caps of snow made even more ��� a ' i<UfX- *iUW��Y�� *��� _���*"- ^*"��&u     ������  so far���my family bardly thought 1 would , Pumpkin bowler  gst past Calgary and I was somewhat a- v\_aen a pumpjdn starts bowling its puffy orange pants so everyone stay-  mazed that the driving and tragic bad not time to go home, but when this ed around to watch Eileen Dyck.  bojiered or unduly tired me. pumplsin stepped out of its skin it   Keeping score kre, Fran Jackson and  Lance Watson.  was wearing a very natty pair of  ��WWIW_I  Short skirt* wally are a prohlem   pants solve the problem for last Fri-  .fc^^^Sete   ?1$^T^&^��2��^  these davs   esneeaallv when vou^re    dav^s   glamour   ffirl   of  the   Seehelt    ... _.___. _.,_.:  t _i_.,i.m_.j **. ^ %. ��__..__-..    l stopped at a picnic site for breakfast. The  higaway now ran for many miles through  ��_.��_ 1 stopjwi Iriea. aai .�� to Caigaqr. i*| S��?5jS��?"*!j IftY S  As we commence our fifth year we  would like to thank all our customers  for their patronage. We hope to  . merit your continued support.  tto^se days^especaally when you're   day's glamour^ girl^ of the  Sechelt   <,f the sky. I daiied through here, ireveil-  i      ,.  _.    4. ���_..._.   -  _..    -n���.1.  _   *��i_ -i-_.il   *    _.������__ ing in the glorious scenery. Through Banff  miet0tml0^tgm,f4mr^m^^mr^v^r*^v^*'tti4-0*M!f*ifttm4'Kmtit4, m rtw wn1**   w   tnt*1*�����  lacing on bowling shoes, but lacy   Bowling Alley-Bill Arnold  ���  By  early -evening Pancake Lake   was  way forever going over a dip and the vast,  dome ^.#e; sky/made one. realise ^bat'S  road  hypnosis could  be. However  ttee    ]t        ^      ft    j ��  ^^usJ_ess la-  ^���������^'J!^J!^-^LS!^    ies  from   Bu_��alo  who lUg  tbe   B.C.  S^f^'ffi^-^rSJS^S?^* ^ence came over to visit Ttey ww most  clover. The song of ��ie meadow larks too* 211lerest6d - j d ^   f  was something to be joyful  about, andf t     a,KoUYBC ^  ��2P.i2! S^^in^-Zn^n }      Wjth 5^ m^s to drive the next day, I  joyed their music wafting ___ tbe open wm-| mlended %Q be up ���ady ^ when j ^^  Yn,   ,   .r ,, _. _r * __. __    i ened ^y watch indicated 6.15; it seemed  The traffic was not heavy and I Mt free*- dark but wi^out wasting any time I was  as a bird and on top of the world. Stopping on the Mad ^ hais an ^^ jiving in ^e  at picmc sites for a breather or cup off dark B nev��r pjeas^t for me and after  tea, so the day went by and by early even- a whjle T stopped at a picnic site and got  ing I bad reached tbe small campsite at out my thea.mos for a cup of coffee; glane-  Redcliff, just west of Medicine Hat. I was ing at my watchj j ^(j a g00<i laugtl wien  just ready to make supper and relax after | i reabsed I bad been up at 3.S0 not ��.15 as  550 miles drivmg that day. i thought. However it gave me plenty of  Next day Friday, I decided to stay the* time to enjoy the day and I felt elated Jo  weekend in Cypress Hills Provincial Park/  only 1O0 miles away so I took my time getting there. This is a pleasent area with  many trees and wild flowers; I stayed in  Lone Pine Campsite away from tbe recreation section. _>uring the weekend many of  the youngsters made repeated visits to  bear more tales of the whales*���I bave talked Pender Harbour, the whales and the  Sunshine Coast all across the country and  it was interesting to note bow many people  bad learned of the capture of the whales  firom the T.V. programmes. Tbe JNatuie  Trails here were very interesting and 1  LAJDJES' AND GENTS' AUTOMATIC  UMBRELLAS - CHILDREN'S UMBRELLAS  MITTS - GLOYES - CAPS - SWEATERS  LINED CORDS - JEANS - LEOTARDS  FOR CHILDREN NOW IN STOCK.  know that I would soon be with my f aimily.  (to be continued).  Polymer (Acrylic) Pibiiifs  *  for Art Work.    ' "-  Nightmare  T<wo hobgoblins keeping an eye on   other than Janjie and Don Bray. Un-  the "iiunehback of Notre Dame" at , der all the padding, later in the even-    di-Ta lot*of walkng*during* nay dwo day  ihe Seehelt Btfwtfttig AHey, Bali-andY ong emerged Pat Porter.- All three    stay, ..   ..       .  .Jfefe Ym& iflfl^^rfodbftym?,.   y^rcfco^nr<v^#e^y;jtfe judges. ,      -*  VILLAGE OF G1HSO&IS  :is_s__________^  !MER NOTICES  For ihe last Stall of 1968  Woter bills for *he lost half of 1968 ore being mailed early to  ovoid o large carry-over ot the year end. These accounts may be paid  before December 31, 1968, and will be overdue after that date.  October 28/1968  S^SSSSS  I  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  ��_&__BpH-g3_a_ftt^^  -,r3adc On the Trans Cabada  again on  Monday, through Swift Current, Moose 3aw^  and Begina where 1 stayed in a motel at  enjoyed a swim in the ipool and dinner in  the restaurant for a change of pace, Away  again the next morning enjoying the driving and changing countryside until I came  to a campsite near Portage la Prairie. This  covered quite a large area with two artificial lakes surrounded by grass land and  trees. As is my custom in the evening, I  walked  around  the  campsite   and   along  the lakeside I came across a youth sitting  on the bank watching the swimmers. Stop  ping to talk with bim I learned he had been  born in Gibsons and now bved an Langley,  we enjoyed our conversation and I went  I    <  l^.;^'*.:?:-^���^.  \  .-  o  i__��-7  ���I f  "���jHBa    ���-��� - - -i*  1ECLJ3___  /*       _fi ^Ri'-f"*'*\_��mP '  a.  ...  ON THIS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARMISTICE, YOUR SUPPORT AND  RESPONSE TO THE WILLING CANVASSERS IS URGENTLY REQUESTED. PLEASE DONATE  GENEROUSLY TO THIS WORTHY CAUSE IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL IN TWO  WORLD WARS. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 140, SECHELT, B.C.  $250 for each $100. That's vvhat you can get wj!_v  this year's Canada Savings Bonds. Here's how.  The new Bonds have fourteen regular annual interest  coupons which can be cashed each year as they come  dufc. The, first p?ys 5.75%; the second, 6.50%: the  next three, 6.75% each, and the Jast nine a big7.00%  each. Total regular annual interest amounts to $95.50  on each $100 Bond.  If you choose you may hold ill these regular annual  interest coupons uncashed until your Bond matures.  If you do, you will then get interest on your interest  totalling an additional $54.50 on each $100 Bond.  At maturity, therefore, you can get back total  interest of $150 plus ydur.orfginal $100 investment.  This way each $100 Canada Savings Bond becomes  worth $250. Other denominations can grow at the  same exciting rate. ��� . ��� ��� , ,  Adults, children, businesses and institution's���all  may buy Canada Sayings Bonds. Tbey arc available in convenient amounts of $50 up to $50,000  for cash or on instalments, wherever you work,  bank or invest. And, as always, Canada Savings  Bonds arc cashable any time at full face value plus  earned interest.  Few investments are so profitable. None builds  more surely for thc future. Buy Canada Savings  Bonds and make your savings really grow.  pinlFaTaTXSfiaTww  DINNER SERVED  C6-.8E.ESE STYLE  "EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  EVENINGS TIL MIDNIGHT"  \j  \yj  Each Week 4 to S p.m.  ,' P^f BO' GARDENS''  > HMjfFfiOOf*! BAY  GGS-9327 - it���S��nrati0ns PJcasc  ��^��Mi___I��.����^  . *r4*<n*fu1,rinn#��iF>ii>  v. ,Mm#��M| Vs^Hm^,^ ,��_  inwm^HHHu. ft**t*0fap4 ���. w wiP��K(. ,)M. lA^tb^MownWfW, **<*�� fj��i>n^ wwi^ww^ B*����i.<**rl'M"  ^f����(f>W��^H'��W_^*��*M��'^^��#'^M#'--��l*~*'  *s^wf y^Nwiw tmimt* "��'inw lii^iwi"***1^*". ww*wif_  *��l_0i^l��t1T-'^��>��WM��wi^iwiiiW Uif H��i|yuu^[Bnni*iW_wm.i^ywf  X  *. ^'���*>'t*"'*'ftf"  <t�� jr^Wftl^WHtWtp,wtw-^H_ ���r0lhir*t-r'*> >*tsrv^��^^w������m��r*��-��*.'i/rt**,i'J'�� ^^.L&^^^^&M^J^^  J**sr *tjb  Isabel writes  ^���.������_..��� ..���| ���r.��... ���      ^IMI. ���  .��������.   ���itom tbe Legislat  BRITISH  'Columbia^    ripid  growth has caused a  cnejise in the number of pupils enrolied 'in  the" sthdol system^ in the past deca.de  bas grown from an enrolment of just o'.  230,000 to well over 450,..oo.  Educatidn, free of tuition lip tt? ;  gradfr 3? levels, is financed jointly by muni'  Pei$��rHi0M<  ��� ina in.   1 iiiihuii   .  rt -���xT'\>) -'- :  " > v   .   'Y' - J  ���nby K&teb iDombrosM  f*eidei- j^rta* Sited 1had <&p bfisipux ff Utis&ro wis -��ucb ey^imM on Sator-  t & jU2$itig <&& Mto# flftmaa jtt��tn *_��' '4l|,W*itt ,-the fftosoiial Artafry fciit op a  i   Igjr Pitrfs w&j* mn.oh m ����ted#fan *pi 0|p\va'l at tfitffefca Par*. Maty Pghfar  cipal and provincial government revenue,  PoHey is determined by the provincial de-  parlment of education, wliile .provineia]  statutes place the operation and mainte  nance cf public scbools in each otf the  school districts under the jurisdiction of ��  locally elected board of school trustees.  Last year 'British Columbia had 445,22b  students being taught by 17,457 teachers in  1,429 schools, presenting a high leyel <tf  education. Records 'Show that 75 per cen  oof elementary-school -enrolment enter gradi  12, 50 per cent graduate from high school  35 per cent obtain university programme  standing, 30 pfrr cent enter colleges and 35  per cent obtain degrees.  Vocational courses are provided jointly by "the provincial and federal governments. Vocational scbools are located  throughout the province at Vancouver,  Burnaby, Victoria, Nanaimo, Nelson, Prin-  Th _te_ior classes and Power ftfechafr $f after school. ine wemenxary won one  ics boys .-iijoyeda geography arid fleltf fc_p. ��*��* wb3s we wn ^ oter *��?>  to Vancouver. They $11 visited the new air- The I>a_.ee Club put on a Halloween  pert, Ihtsti the _?M boys Stopped off to go Dance on Friday, November 1st. TVe finally  tbrmigh Paper Box Cftrijpaby and Crest, bad a chance to see ithe decorations .the  wood Cabinets while the seniors itaured thfe gifts and their belpers have been so busy  city to the _>!.�� grounds wbere tbey were    abotjt    %. ��,������.,��� ,�����������_��� ��� ,,�����..-���������^���1 ������������,.������������-��� --.II-..JHW      .1    .1    ���������-��� H _���?   >���{���*���������-���  ���    ��� '     ��� '      '       *' ��������������������������������������� ��� ��� -    ���  Residential Totems  ZpGeorMP^elownri^^wsZTcreek Familiar black a��d white strip pf tlj.e aie August; Gary Tiiflothy; Tyrone Dick; G*eg Joseph;  Robert Jongs;  Forecast 'expansion ' includes   Terrace, 'Reisidential Totems appears'm divi- Joseph; Gene Pascal; Ronnie Pielle; Alan Harry; and Billy August. Mis-  (open this fall) and Kamloops. Last year sion. two. this -.yea?;' .^ifctirped witjh Dary! Ba&er and John Pierre. JSpjMjt; sing ,<are Barni^ H-Uiuse and Mke  nearly  '^4,obD   persons   attended   these coach Brother. l^cldllm ya^e^ixom. ^eil Timothy; Harry Pierre; -John Nelson.'     ,     -    ,  schools. .There is much demand in com- left; Ken.iJan.Use;.'Jo^'Gabriel^Ber- \- ,    -    .                     ' ,  merce and industry for. graduates of vocational schools: ���  Universities in the province showed attendance figures of approximately 18,500  at University of British Columbia, 5,000 at  Simon Fraser, 4,000 at University of Victoria and 541 at Notre Dame.  To ensure that t-gher^ducation is available throughput British Columbia, a .policy  of establishing district regional colleges  is being pursued. Enrolment at Selkirk  College was over 500 and at Vancouver  City over 1,800.  The iipkanagan Regional College plans  to open in the 19.S8.69 year with an enrolment of. A  Special   educaitional   institutes   include  such places as Jericho Hill School in Van-    .  couver  which   provides  modern  facilities  for the education of the deaf and blind.  British Columbia ranks well above the  national average in per capita years of  schooling, with its 30 per cent of the elementary students entering universities as  compared with less than 25 per cent for  the national average.  0X4  #1  *���*.  m  _.  II  ^gwrn^p^ms^mF"'  CHACK-CHACK  by"  Louis Harry Roberts  '.'���: A  A true and amazing  story of the early  settlers  of  British  Columbia.  Mall Tills Coupon T<��ln\  CARLTON PRESS  84 I1ft.ll Aw., New V��rl_ JI  J'lonH(> nt .id me 11 nonj of  THE TRAIL OF  CHACK-CHACK  My cIm'm-.U Xor $4,00 Im  �� .IttlOHtKl..  Strca.   Cily Stat*  I   Ul  V.:J  v<it<^  U&k- '    .������-.���::���">iLP-t ������������,-.:-^M1--- -r-  t - <. "... .    ���  *'.  .....  ���    - - ���  ���>��$<.  5  -!af.."irS_ggiggSii5i-  ,7Y_.Yj,7��i  \oymmt 1($$uranc&  Mot Shots  *;Su,ashyj(e C^ast Juyenile Soccer has  fotir teams 'in division 2 this yeaf,  .      _ ,      ,   keeping the older boys in trim Se-  Apy Questions please?   chelt jjot Shots pictured here are,  Q. (My employer is closing down for 4 '' <2. -& ^cim of mine jcuts pulp all wintei *���m leJJ ba^:'  Ken W^g' ^a"*en  to 6 weeks to have renovations done. Aim .^d  draiws  benefit,  and  then  sells   his ^Uani J?3?* Nestman-   Wlliard Joe,  I entitled to unemployment insurance bene- ^itii .,��� Y. -^Aak ''*kB��� T ,k���-u �� ���_���ni0 ^ranx Hubbs;  MarK Rennie;  Brace  fits during this tame? * g thc_^m^.Can I buud a couple Cobleigh and coach Graham Allah.  a ��� .rr vou have sufficient contributions ? ^Sf^ W^-'iT? ��an? <��aw my Front;_Marvin Craigen; Kirby Jack-  to tt^a^S^fSd;T^S g^^ ^^fee ^ in toe *"����� son; Randy Joe; R&��� John; Ian  be entitled to benefit as long as you are A' :TV](. i:^^.,^^.*^ ,m��� ha���0 Tares; David Taylor; Ron Casey and  SS2 I^Sd^tur^^fry ^ ^ ^Scllt1S"^&&h : ��� Bill ^stman. Missing is Earl Juhan  during the period of your lay,o_f. mM ^ 7eaWed to benefit.,:If you  are ,;f  Q. I have been out of Canada with my unemployed and wish to make-La , da im I ^'!  husband  for 2  years   and   have just  re- *yo|ild  advise   you'to   commuttlc^e   withnj  cently returned. CJM.C. cannot find me a your .cioseisit unempOioyment iHSiiirance  of- >'"  job and J. jha>ve not bee^i able ito get one fice. iMany more details regarding the ex-  myselif. Can I draw benefits on my stamps tent i0tf your panticipation in this enterprise  that 1 earned over 2 ye^rs ago? Would Ibe Required belfore at cotid be deei-1 j  A. No, you must have paid at least .30 ded \wjhether you we entiilled to ^"-"^  contrilbution  weeks in 'the 104 weeks im-    "   ���-  mediately   prior' to   your   daJim, eight of  which must have been in the 52 weeks  immediately prior to your claim. Wbie an |'  exltetasion   o|C   the   quaHUyjling   piealt^ds  is  granted to a maKiroum of 208 weeiks, imder  certain conditions, residence outside Canada is not one of these conditions.  .*  With each $2X30 new pr renewal subscription (4 Issues)  jsurchastedme will forwardtothe recipients beautiful bonus  , _; a full colour 1969 calendar notebook-diary.  The 1969 Diary contains 13 magnif tcentscenes of Beautiful  British Columbia. This boofc, together with your gift subscription to Beautiful British Columbia magazine, makes  an ideal Christmas gift far Mends and relatives throughout  the world. '  We announce your gift with a greeting signed with your  name, and the current Winter Issue of Beautiful British  Columbia. The 1969 Spring, Summer, and Fa!! issues *__  be mailed as published.  ^.^--i^ c *.    -''  *MMmmm0m0*  for $2.00 and eown. fencing wi.h the Wiotefi' 1968 issue;  rmmmmmmim^mmMmmmmj^mmMmmmmmmmmmatmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bldg.. Sechelt - Phone 885-2333  WEDNESDAY - ,12 noon-5:00 p.m.  Wednesdays after 5:00 p.m. by appointment  B.C TUBERCULOSIS-CHRISTMAS  m SOCIETY  In this area you will receive a contribution  card with your CHRISTMAS SEALS this  year. It is part of a new look for the  campaign and is being introduced for the  first time to certain areas only. Please  include the card ivith your gijt, marking in  the box the amount. Then we will be sure  to have an accurate record of it.  TOM'S  D^YGOObS  CMBLEJREW Mm BP-FANTS  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  -��� ��� ������ lmj.i��� -l   . ' i i | I..'   i:   i. i' i . .  i i       ������       i      '  ���  i. TJhli51 CARD       #/# ,h i��it,i��.MK)  WitH YpUR CONTRIB|JtlON |  ���CiH^IST^AS   $f Al CAMPAIGN  ��r, *wl,Kr#. jam Xfc*��        -.1  HVW-ft f.fr��i4it,       > 1;  taut <Uy, ft,Li I4M  .'.    '   \ ������    ' ,\   '     i   ;  1 .       A����l   til" vA|UM 11   ..  01. _llllMillll||W��l)_.|ii>WMI>l|lllHlil. 1111,111(1.1. I Ill Ml   "H��"i''���� ��ii��iii��'f��  CHRISMS SEALS  FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS  AHD OTHER CHEST DISEASE.  AT YOW POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast'  GUir$UllDBNG  $fjf����*UES  005-2203 - Sechelt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  ot  PMSULA DRIVE-IH  ON HIGHWAY 101 ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  Brought 10 you by  these progressive  places of business  MUSHROOMS COMPISMENT A SMORGASBORD  The smorgasbord which trpnsloted means "bread and butter table" Is one of  Sweden's greatest 0ifts t0 the world, Far from belno simply "bread and butter", the  Smorgasbord ihas developed over the years Into p ritual of fine eating. The most  famous smorgasbord Is sp. vod at Stockholm's Operakallaren Restaurant on a two-tiered  table 25 feet long ,and offerina 60 Items.  The Swedes lisp mushooms to advantage on their table. Bowls, heaped high with  raw or pickled mushrooms, ore served with herring or salmon. Smoked mushrooms  complement their salads, A favorite accompaniment for pork Is mushrooms sauted In  butter and smothered In croam.  The following recipes arc authentic Swedish dishes using fresh Canadian mushrooms, '  _i��i;f����iii  ffgVEN9 TELEVISION  & HADIO  STEREO - 0 & W ond COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.V.  Deoler for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  i      Phone 886-2280  GIBSONS^ B.C. '  FRESH MUSHROOM SALAD  1 tbsp. grated anion  pinch of sugar  V4 tsp, salt  1 /8 tsp, white pepper  Vi lbs, fresh mushrooms  1 cup water  1 th:,p, lemon Juice  V'i cup heavy cream    '  let luce leaves  In a 1 quart enamel, glass or stainless steel saucepan bring the water '��j��tid  lemon julco to a boll, Add the sliced mushitiorjns and cover the pan. Reduce tho fieot  and simmer gently 2 to 3 minutes, Remove from the heat, droln the mushrooms and pat  dry on a paper towel.  In a quart bowl combine the heovy cream, grated onion, sugar, salt ond popper,  Add the .mushrooms and toss lightly. Serve chilled as a holad on crisp, dry lettuce.  Serves 4.  BROIUED MUSHROOM CHEESIES  2 ftups pi Iced mushrooms dafch tabasco |  2 tb��p. butter or margarlnw                                  6 slices of dork ry* bread toauled  44 cup grotocl Swiss or Cheddar Cheese 6 thin tomato dices  t fcgg beaten  Saute mushrooms In butler until tender. Combine with gtxit��d cheese, egg ��n4  fabdsco, Spread on toasted rye bread, Top with tomato slice. 0rol| 4 Inches from heat  for 5 minutes or until Cheese Is bubbly. / Servos <&���.  Penisula Plumbing  Ltd.  G.EAT0NG 8t SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Palrii Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, R.C.  Where  Fashidn Is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  Heiene's  Fashion f^hoppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 686-9941  gggMBMSW^  4 .'-f  i-S LOW AS  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete I with oil  burner,  ducts  work, and oil tank In your home.  Call   Biid  Kiewitz   your shell   Oil  Distributor.  ' ��86-2133 Gibsons, D.C.  ���  i i_-J-  '-,-y.-t��*H*'l-V,MV"ft��*  4^*tf*^tj_A_^^ww��>*%___iJ^ tfW�� <y��Js**-*_.^,|v _MS****>y'J>*M<t-��jk*su41***" ���y_wjv*f^^^v^-***>>,,'s����^  H��.q^ -vrf-i*.   p.**? W^  . .    1   >  '  ll  -���* im* j      ���"r1"  _.  t  W^i>?  t  '41  -X  -  X js* _A j r ��'*  *   * " * i*" v  !_^SJS_H*j^^He%- ^xplosivesusefl _io downHydro^ole -.  POWEB was cut off to the Powell Saver tb* r*sJLdenJi_J!l load in the area by 6:45  ^nnl-Allr l_*".��/��li   _fl_ 2k1D��l    "   aI>ea fl"*en a te*yy explosion severed a a.m. twit it wasn't until 3:10 p.m. that Hy-  iJvCUvlI  iDrSHvll \jM%X%J    transmission-line pole af ?;X5 a.rn. Sunday dro crewjs were able .to restore power rafter  j_                      -       g        '                  morning, wprfcmg all day to replace the pole,  Tllan   ffflPl?.]   ftff.Pf'flfiflfl           Tll��� **Ptosion, which also paused power The Pender Harbour circuit was jes-  JJICUI   dlllsJ-UJ-   UiiVAA&VW*      <suts north ef the Pender Harbour ��ub-sia- tored almost immediately crews arrived  BRANCH 9S of the OAPCr wiill Ihold a social   #0J1> occurred one pole east of Wolfcon .en the scene.  aftemopn at fhe Region Hall. SecM'k    <&��*. _    Thursday; .November 7#i at 1 p.m An in-        MaeMoBan BJoedel yras, dbte to ca^ry MnisJrirJ: Calculated risque.       >,  -  ^    "k. *1*  ,1/, *w  C    J "**  ���"*��*__i_li_i -UM-*  ���^^U-Jfc'  ��_>  CW' **   * _.    ��  formal afternoon 3s planned so that tomb-  berjs -might play car.&s_ checkers etc. There  wjll ibe no ,ddor charge tout a collection will  be made. /  The hall will 0>e open from 12 noun and  coffee wjll be available for {members who  ccme in to Sechelt on the sh^p^ers' fous..  There are #till se^ts avpflaWe for !the  Vancouver charter hus trip December 3rd.  If enough* ,<rf the passengers are interested  it may be possible to include ^ visit t<? tthe  f Planetarium for which there jvBl be no  ,SIJ extra charge. Please let Mr. Bill Coffey  knew if so interested.  For travel minded -citizens there is exciting news of a new offer by C.P. Air and  Air Canada of a STAm>Y FA&E ef 50 per  cent of the NOJJMAt. AIB. FARES. The  half rate applies to trips within Canada  -j..  1   only and for thojse wer ihe age cf $5. The  Chiefs  Plsayjuog in4tb.f#vision Mainlaud Soc-  W4dej);>ValrAugust and Fravk J��e,  soccer  Y only requinement is the purchase of an  .j airlines $3 Standby Pare Identification Card  s. winch may be obtained from Secretary of  i the Branch, Mrs. Wim.  McGregor   So, if  > you wish to make a flying visit to friends  mm at Sechelt ^n Sunday  Ou to   &&jm.&.mi'9i'm   ��wZZ*'^^  field were, front row fr��m>left_ Ben-   Patoand Sten-Joe.      ' ��� 8BWWIB-of ^cper games jmyed-Bamr, short ^^ get y^ ;WeAtifi��al J^ g^  from Mrs  'McGregor right away.  cer, Molson OMsfe .seored a 4-0 mn   O^ntrej .Hfsrit) Augusts Alan Ijotue;        .    i j i,  over P. M. B. A. on the Reserve   G&yin'��raigenj Jphp'Ayris;' TeOdy   W66_CvBECl  rSSUltS  y*W_W_W___pBfll____^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  fl^CTORAL AREA "E" (��b^��5 ^wl>  PHEiiC MlfffUG  Tuesdoyy Moy., 12_b, 196B, of- 8 p.m. in RoyoJ Legion Holl, Gibsons  THE WATER SUPFLT FUNCTION  Present for discussions- Ejected Directors of Regional District and Mr.  "M- Dayjon, Consulting Engineer of the Regional District. -���  For the Sponsors:  C. BEACON F- CORLEY  Pres.y Gibsons He.ghts P^es- ^r Po'mt  ' A       y . Property Owners  Rote Payers Association Association  __-____affli-B!a4. ^tfatrw ffH^#^**S-^ ^jWM^pt-SP  i  !  fen  field were, front row from' Left; Ben-   P^ul apd $lan-Joe.  uy Paul; Robert Baptiste; Bill Mc- \  ���A  t.  _.-.  ���- .-*�����s��,cs _.^__S_r*    "  - I-  ���*t  1    ��. .*���. -   .' jIist'    . .   j. -. *_������_-_���  v-^^y ���*  _���_..__���   ���_. ��� _. __-���_.   _-   r -������_.. , ��� aLj ���  ,i���i - -   j i---iijTr i ���   Hi��� --   -   ^^i mn.    mniL -    i     -  7   i"_n_ n   - .   i iii i r.    u "-   irlm  Uoyember' 3^rd.  ' |>iy. 7���Sechelt Timbermen 3/JShop Sasy  Oj pes. Warriors & R. C. Thun4erbirds 1',  {Jibuti's Cougars 0, Madeira Park 1.  j, .Piy,   5���<5|bsons   Legion   12,   Cibsons  C|K|rgers fl^ Res. Hawks 0, Ees, Braves 3.  ''[ '���pfMYI^iLovil 297 1, Res. Totems 5; Se-  . ;Si^lt-got Shots-03-Gibsons-Umied-5.-   ���-���%  SeHfOUJLE    . "    '        {  '-.-IGames scheduled for Sunday,  Novem-^  b#7ip-    - ' "   :t  '��� ��iv; 7-���Game time 12 noon. Res'.' War- ]  r#p;ys Madeira Park -(Sechelt); Gibsons^  C?��gar# vs Roberts Creek (pibsons)i jphop.  Easy..ys, Canfor Tigers (Secbelt). . <  ��� 7.d_iy; .5���Game 'time i p.m. Gibsojcts ��3iar--v  gets ys Sechelt Legion (Gibsons); Bes*\  IjiwMfies ys .Gibsons Legion iCSechelt).  YHtiv. 2-rGame time ?:15. Gibsops Xfa-,.  ited vs Local 297 (Gibsons); Hot Shots vs ,  Bfes..: Totems (Sedielt), .. ���'  Highest- prices paid for second  growth  Fir ond  Cedpr  Timber,  Suifoble for Poles ond Pilings,  For further information phone  Coastwise Contracting  & Tree Service Ltd.  886-2343 after 6 p.m.  ��� *Ky"/wy >**  1                                       Walk over  Vancouver Police "team gaye' Chiefs starting next Sunday a- bus v^ll take  practically bo opposition in last Sun- chiefs to town leaving at 10,15 ^.m.  day's jgame. Harvey Paul clears ball for away games, it is .reported seats  from goal area m game which, was will be avaijafelfi for .those wishing to  alm#st ^ pjastice for diiefs. Every, purchase _i_3_eis> Y,, .  other Sun^y CMefs play at home; .._ ...^ ,v>',Y   t-d         '\,  ���_-^l7  j"^^-^;*;  WAHf A HOT 1P1A  THAT SAV1S TOP MONfY?  ASK LLOYD HAf$SO!i  ^k Uoy,d afeout conyejrting ypj^f stoye ojJ heating system to p fujly-  automafic furnace oil system���then stpnd back. He's realty fined up  and how it feums mote efficiently. He'il talk about the ^aJJ-round, draft-  free comfort of an automatically heated home. He'll finance the conversion of ypur home to a furnace oil system, with no down payment,  and low interest charges. And then he'll prove that .a furnace oil system  actually saves.you money. It's great to see a guy with so much enthusiasm, i��r/t it? A^eS'/yatr-feeJ warm oil over.  twill  ' \  40mmmmmmmmmm*mmm0m044mm0mmm��049ii*4mmm000mni0iii*  E$PKIAU.�� FOR  STUPfMTS IN TH��  PENINSULA AREA  The West Voncouver Tutoring College t-d.,  1473 Clyde A*enue# West Voncouver, will  bo open eveiy Saturday for Students from  Grades   1   to  12 who  neod  extra  tuition.  Coll 9220869 fpr further  inrormotion  iijipwinniiiwpiii  mwnMummimum  ���   -    Too letp  Sechelt. 5Jot ^hots, in striped ."-luits,  made;:y^in' (attempt: to tolx^'k bul <?ilb-  sons United taMngladwanUi5<J *>l an  ^p'QriSjagy' s_%> (the fegll into goal. Playing two m^n short lor mopt of w&  first half, Hot Shots'1 played a good  game Jwt Jost out to United,  J>octor '1)0 ,co��&yil#n;g :.cpleft��i|ies, .^tjpuit  ipjpitd-mojJ: : '"I fi^'pbepeYMi$e'to;w(wry ^wt  ixi' hie .isysD.pT>opi&, ^itil^men.''- Pi4' 'Smwfly  ' I'm quite ic_wc*nnied,: albout' Ms aittiitiw}^ W  wciabfoeQ medicipeV'        ..-  ,  t-/!/>/Y--/'/-fi/</-/W-/'/</-/-/'/-','rt*-/i/  //mwmm*mtm  Ii  ' WEE AIRWAYS LTPfl-;^fiCPEi?^8*C#  DAILY SCHEDULE FLIGHTS DETWEEN  Po^ntown Vancouver - Gibsons - Pender Had>our qrea  ond SecMt.  MONDAY THROUGH $>\TMRI>AT  VoncoMver       Pender Hbr. SodMit Gibsons  9:00am       7:30 am      0:00 am      8:15 am  1:00 pm     11:30 am    12:00 pm    12:15 pm  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO LOGGING CAMPS  SUNDAY ONLY  ^LCAVES^  Vancouver       fendpr Hbr. Sechelt Gibsons ,  1:00 pm    11:30 am   12:Q0noon   12:15pm  Includes Thormanby, Mcl��Oi. , ond tXoalp* Iplond.  PLEASE RESERVE SEATS IN A&V^NCE.  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO VICTPRI^ ^WANGCD.  ONE WAY FARES TO PR FROM VANCOUVER:  Blind Pay ��� 22.40        Pender Hqrfcour 19.25  Earls Cove ,_  20,65        Ruby Lake  .'  L2\ .70  Egmont    19.60        Sakinow Lake . 21.70  Sechelt   9.00        Secret Ov*_ ���, 16.45  GibspDS ��� ..���,...:...���.., _.... j, 9.00        Tlnormanby ..��� ..���. 17.15  Keatpjs; Js.    -  9.00 Vanguard ..., ^���J22.40  i ALL OTHER RATtS ON REQUEST I  Holt font for children under 1$ ��ccompon|pd 'fty adult.  RAT_S ANP SCHEOULK SUBJECT TO CHAWGR  Enquire for particulars of the Provincial New Home Building Grant, ,  Up to $1,000 Outright Grant Available.  GOVERNMENT OF BRITI-5H COLUMBIA  Department of Finance  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia  WB*>qy��WWW��Wfmg<r_'  rnmmmf*  ^.^^W^^'-0>K,tr*4i*^^*4^  ^"^^Wawf^'fyt^^fWrffN^ ��lr  ___j&c:y:-_r��^.^^  ,.     i_ji*��i(**y-��>-  -.4- 4v_^M^ --' ���  _&\^ j_yv<i 'IfS'SSli  r5^^^i^t^^^^'ti*tX  ���. t��&?V~l~ -it �������& ^^i^i^\��>t^��^��.^l/s^^^  ^.-k-wt,**.*,.. vv\>i  i(   N   W -V   v  1  PogeB-4  -Hie Peninsula Times Yi-Wednesday, November 6-1968'  >*���  The Peniissuia^^-^  I _B��ay Ae wro/i*. 6z/_ I jAaH/ nxtf te jo wrong as to fait to say what I believe to be right *  i ���John Ati_>s  Dopglas C. Wheeler, Editor ��� Sjewabt fi. Alsgard, Publisher  ���.....,- -~~~---.-m-m-.mm~mmm~m*mmmimm*mm**mMmmmm0mm0mmmmmmm*a^amBmamm00lH  mean and the kindly, tfae self centered  and tfae broad minded.  No-one is expected to be sufficiently  gullible to agree to everything put to  e  PERHAPS one of tfae most idiotic remarks made recently by a local resident was  "we don't  need  sewers  in  SechelL" This type of attitude is indicative of the thinking whicfa holds back them. It would be a dull and stupid world  progress in communities and forces our if they did. But when everything planned  young people to join the city rat race by our elected representatives for the  in order to obtain employment. good of the district is condemned because  Certainly we need sewers and any- it might cost a little, then an element of  one capable of reading reports of con- sickness would appear to be in evidence.  tamination in other such low lying towns yye can well appreciate elderly people,  and villages as a result of growth and ]jvmg on the pittance known as pensions,  subsequent saturation by sewage, would objecting to ever increasing taxation. At  be extremely misguided to make such ^ same tjme is must not ^ overlooked  comment. Further, whether we like it or  not and whether we need it or not, a  sewer system will be installed by orders  of the municipal affairs department  For those with short memories, considerable publicity was given this a few  months ago when the department warned  all communities without sewers they  would be expected to establish disposal  systems. Time limit for start of sewer  projects was eighteen months.  Unfortunately, as with any other suggestion of progress, there are always those  who immediately come up with the most  incredible reasons for opposition. In most  cases they are individuals who own the  home of their choice in the location of  that those in this bracket are not too often  involved in paying taxes, which is as it  should be.  No one wants higher taxation, but we  must realize that we get nothing for  nothing. Any improvement have to be  paid for m one way or another.  It would be interesting to learn just  how many of those who vote against  school board referenda are among the  ones who demand better education and  school facilities.  Council of Gibsons hopes to put a  sewer bylaw to the taxpayer this year,  they too will hear opposition not all of  which will be from a monetary point  "Around and around she goes���when she docks, nobody knows!"  Sechelt News Notes  then choice, noticably absent from the    point of view. However, it is to be trust-  scene of community endeavor and are  quite happy in their own little kingdom,  totally unconcerned with the fact other  people are thinking and working toward  community betterment.  The moment there is any suggestion  they might have to part with a dollar their  ivory towers split apart and one big out-  ed the majority of voters realize that  failure of the referendum could very well  sound the death knoll for the village.  Sewage problems already exist and to approve a system now, rather than wait for  government enforcement, will save a great  deal of money. As we have stated before,  costs will never be lower than right now.  TBiAVELLING iry KLM Dutch Airlines Mr.  ���Mrs. Jim Parker made a recent trip  to the south coast of Spain on the Mediterranean. Landing at the Malaga airport they  motored up to Marbella where they spent  a week's holiday witb wonderful summer  weather of 70 degree temperatures.  Several motoring tours were made including an enjoyable tour across to Moroc-  Anne Marsnas; Lola Caldwell; Cheryl Billingsley; Helen Sinclair; Vivian Beeves;  Joan Janiewiek; Alice JBiillmgsley; Eileen  Evans! Marie Montgomery; Gaol McFha-  dden, Linda Ball; Cay Nelson; Marion  Reeves, Evelyn Chappeil; Anna iF-tchett;  Wilma Stephanson; Anne Bennie; Lou Watson, Anne Kuriuk; Marge Olson; Florrie  Clayton and Marge De Bart. Unable to at-  co where they visited tbe city of Tangier,    tend  but sending gifts   were:  Mesdames  together with   a fascinating  trip  to the  cry erupts. It is ever thus for this is    In three years time it could easily be    casbah,  an old, old fortified part of a  human nature, the rich and the poor, the   double.  ���-����_a__Sii!_-,J*'*lB-"-^|.-i'-'||i. ����������  C___aS__fflIfe��i2o takes gte&ikim  AT its last regular meeting the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce appointed a  committee to seek out and nominate  candidates for the coming elections involving school board and council.  This is indeed a move in the right  direction for let us make no mistake,  changes  are  badly needed.  From  the  Hackett park is getting increasing use  and badly needs a face lift.  One of the most important projects  which should have been on the agenda  long ago is that of sewage disposal. This  is an expensive proposition but one that  will never be cheaper than right now.  Further, there is possibility of obtaining  city which has been kept that way for  tourists. Also a circular trip around Gibraltar, close enough to see fortifications.  Rhonda, a Spanish town 50 miles north  of Marbella, was included on one of the  tours. They travelled home by way of  Amsterdam via Polar route.  FAREWELL  Leaving Sechelt this week are Mrs.  Joan Spance, children Micki; Sheri; Cindy  and John accompanied by family pets Titan and Susan. They are off to join Mr.  Dennis Spence who is a foreman jcontra.-  tor working in the remote area near Fair  point of view of Sechelt it is vitally im-    government assistance, but this too will   Harbour on the West Coast of Vancouver   me cnurcnes wmie xnere  !_..*_- *w_ -��� _,__��� -__~._~__^��_*;    '.���4���_., !L��_^ ;u__ ���, -,**__.L^u~��� ^,���, ��n,_.    island. '    ��a_fly_ result of which he was offered the  pot.ax_ that <we get representatives -who** have _�� be gone tiftex -vftho.it delay. The  have the interests of Sechelt at heart time is fast approaching when numerous  and will make their voices heard. Rub- communities will be forced to establish  ber stamps can be purchased anytime, a sewer system and at that time any gov-  As we have stated previously, there ernment grants might prove difficult to  are far too many people elected to public obtain,  office who do a great deal of talking Gibsons is in the sam�� position but  prior to elections together with a great council has ta^en steps to rectify the  deal of talking outside the council chamber or board office. Unfortunately they  do nothing but go along with the majority at  regular  meetings.   There  are  situation. A referendum will be put to  the taxpayer next month which if rejected will mean a tremendous setback  to {he district. Aldermen have worked  those presently in this category who lo    diligently behind \the scenes for months  from one meeting to another and from    investigating all aspects of the facility.  one year to- another without making one  stand alone even though it is often known  they have views opposed to other members.  Small communities such as ours are  growing rapidly and the role of appointed  representative requires considerable more  than a group of people who gather once  every two weeks or so to simply rubber  stamp the trivial details of village or  school affairs to the accompaniment of  idle repartee and girlish giggles.  At this time there are many improve-  Even now they . are not certain what  monies will be available by way of assistance, they are however looking ahead  with the knowledge that progress calls  for a rather broader outlook.  Important decisions have to be reached and carried through. When all our  futures are to some extent involved,  then we have to seek able representation.  It is wrong to lay blame upon the  chairman, he is only as good as his council, for even though he personally might  Island.  The family trailer 24 x ���0 ft has gone  ahead hy boat and will provide comfortable living for the family. The children  will travel by boat to school at Fair Har-  baur which goes to grade six after which  students study hy correspondence. Nearest  hospital is operated hy the Bed Cross at  Kyuquot  WEDDING SHOWER  Mrs W L Billingsley and her daughter  Cheryl were hostesses at a show for Mis>s  Val Swanson who is to be married on Imov.  9th at St. Hilda's Church.  Guest of honour was seated in a beautifully decorated chair to open gifts presented in gaily decorated basket..  Guests were Mrs. H. Swanson, mother  of the bride-elect, Mesdames J. Hayes; T.  Robilliard; B. Jenks; H. Nelson; D. Clayton; D. Caldwell; C. Thorold; L. Evans; D.  Steele; M. Steele; S. Dawe. Unable to attend but sending gifts were, Mrs. T. Os-  bofne Sr.; Mrs. D. Beeves; Mrs. L. John  Wilma McLaren; Nlonna Branca; Doris  Housley; iNancy Read; Vona Clayton; Bev.  Robinson; May Nonminton; Millie Grey;  Muriel Irvine and ��.e Smith.  VISITORS  Visiting from Ardilva, Quebec is Mrs.  Violet Feanney, guept of Mrs. A. A.  French  LEAVING AREA  Word comes in thai Bev. A. F. Willis,  Baptist Church Minister, is leaving the district early next year to take up a similar  position near Charlotte Town, Prince Edward Island He will be in charge of five  churches. Rev. Willis preached in one of  the churches while there on holiday recently, result of which he  position and has accepted.  ments required within the village, some take a stand against a project he is only  have, from time to time, reached the one voice in five. The trouble lies with  discussion stage and there is some pos- those who lack tlie ability to stand on  sibility that action might eventually result, their own two feet to be counted. These  with many lovely and useful gifts. A large  yellow and white stork was standing near-  At the same time it might bc said; any are the people who have to be weeded out. hy. A corsage of bronze and yellow chry-  claim to material accomplishment would and K^ wUh sterner stuff. It is to ^nc^r^Z^m^r ^  be dilficult to assess. be hoped that the Chamber will succeed Hostesses  for the  evening   were   Mr*.  Parking is already proving a problem in its quest for* good progressive minded Evelyn Chappell;_ Mrs. Marion Reeves  in the village and time to look to the  future is now, not when land is at a  premium and hard to find. Waterfront  improvement has been discusised and an  engineering recommendation is on the  agenda so that it is quite feasible some  action might materialize in idue course.  With the considerable amount of interest  in ball games in the area, larger playing  fields should be under investigation, for  candidates who will put their thoughts  into strong voice.  Fletcher's Philosophy  -Harry W. Fletcher  and Mrs. Marge De Hart. A shower cake  bearing the words, "Welcome Reid", made  by Mrs. Evelyn Chappell was cut by I.u.  Page and served to the twenty four guests  together with other delightful refreshment.s,  Assisting the hostesses were Mrs. Annv  Kuriuk and Mrs. Linda .Ball.  Present were Mesdames Eileen Smith;  PoefTft  -Dormer  -hW A. K.  UNITY  In olden time t'wus Mild  lhiii vsomiin lhe lic.iut w��s  mid iiiiiii lhc haul  ol' household, livtirth mid home  Now, limvtt luivc I'liiinjjed.  'lhc woman uml lhe mini  h. cquulr, ..hnllj i-tur.d  In r.ljUn ol (iod  1 nih ol ihcir be. I  Jn life stuill fjlvc  As fiom (iod received.  On wind mid upwind  Mcppliij- In turn with love,  loi love I?, lhc mmij', o| din UiiivriMi  f>n in tin it we inuM Imvcl ulong,  4   '  RECKONING '  J.il'c is loiifch und trouble loaded,  Whether Pud luia weullli or nothing.  ftee udvlec h boon out-moded;  J.ifc ih real und isn't bluffing.  Whul we wish nnd what confronts un  Aren't Ihe Mime; lluil'b iiimple lope  J'uiliiic haunts and holly ImnlH Hit  l.cM wc stupd straight and sock it.  I'lforfh never automatic,  Will to win Hike, pluck und purpose.  ,S<> we've got It or we Jack It.  ,  Idle pleiiMirc!. noon pervert m*.  You can choose your lifelonc, Vhion,  Sweet mic.ccwi or dire dmnnlcr.  'I his lhe day foi' your decision ���  Whether you'JI bc olave or master.  MoM Minii/.injt how wc find out  Worthwhile goals have no free ticket.  if we t.llck oui fool behind out  Someone"it nlwn)��� there to kick it.  Jkiy seuul leader to 1roop: ItemcmlM-r  mm, if you're lost in The woods at nlRTrt,  Ket your bearlnj:.* frum Whs *ky. A glow  will Indicate lhe wares! t_ioj>i_nij centre."  MRS.   Edythe   Vivjen   Karnsey   of   ftccrel  C(ive died in Vancouver on Oct, 38 al tin;  age of 74. Funeral service was held In ,St.  J'aul's Anglican Church, Vancouver.  Mr��. Jtarnsay is wirvjed by her husband,  Thomas M. Itampey,' l <_m rI>an�� ol Victoria and 5 grandcJiildren.  The Film Show ot the Welcome Beaeli  Hall on WrdiH-Miay, November 6 nt 2 p. in  will be an all-Canadian program and will  Include a film on Vancouver Island,  Next M>cial evening at tlie hall will In  on November 10 wtien a \farle1y program i���,  planned. Members are asked lo wear haul.  time drewv.  On Sunday, October 27, Mrr.. Stan Mot',  fatt waa hosteita at a shower in honor nil  JVIIbH Melvfl Coward of Coquitiam who i.  to become the bride of Larry Mel lose on  November 16. Mist. Coward'received niany  useful and lovely gifts after which dollelou*  refreshments were served smorgasbord  istyle.  The lioMehtt was a.sMted by hci1 daugh  trrs, Klater and KM,  JLen and .Suitarrae Van Egmond h��v�� r<--  turned from a trip to llawali'fuil ol entluis-  One typical hour  Big cities contain  an ulcerous sore  NICE people ignore.  Filth and stark poverty,  squalor and strife:  A sentence for life  Swarming, (like locusts  in a lean year)  rats always are there.  Born into such ghetto,  who can place blame?  Existance is shaime.        |  Unkempt, he emerged,    |  a skinful of bones, |  his hand clutching stones.|  Gibbering with, fear  an old man withdrew.  The hoy's aim proved tnu^  Solid obscenities  shot from his tongue  like bullets of dung. \  Next target, a cat: '  "While dying, gave birth.  The hoy rolled with mirth.  Brisk- walking, well dressed,  a strange mas passed hy,  he let a stone fly-  In a powerful grasp  he cowearal and shrieked  when vengeance was wreaked-  His mother gin-soaked,  threw the door open wide .  and flung him inside.  Pre-natal registry  for a crime school,���  an accepted rule.  When he grew up  They threw him the hook.  (NICE people don't look.  Employment prospects  interviewed by way of TV  CIXXSEIMJERCUIT television for employment interviews was used experiment-*  ally on some 19S8 graduates at York University in Toronto, perhaps for the first  time in North Amferica, according Ito De-  _____ sign Engineering,  and  the demoostiratidn  fi^glhe* month tf November."brf^Ttte    showfd  **\at much .pertinent information  1 can be extracted from job candidates by  this method. '  Company interviewers and job-hunting  graduates were alone in separate rooms  and watched each other through a television monitor. Young graduates were  poised and self-confident, according ito  Neil A. Macdougall, of the Technical  Services Council in Toronto, writing on the  experiment. They answered direct questions  about themselves as easily as if they were  talking about their favorite hockey player.  Some of thc interviewers, on the other hand,  seamed acutely conscious of the TV  camera. "You can expect more widespread  use of television interviewing," says Macdougall.  "It penmlts employers to visit a centra^  spot, say a downtown campus, and interview men at suburban colleges.'Eventually  videotaped Interviews of entire gradmaiting  classes may be mailed,to prospective employers. Jn time, it should be possible for  a jcxb applicant to pick up the telephone,  dictate his qualifications to a computer  at the office of a large employer, and  through it, make an appointment to receive  a long-distance phonovislon call a day  Jater. J'honovlsion would provide Home advantages of onc/the-spot interviews without  need  for  cross-country  travel."  RiMders' Right  Conscription  The Editor. Sechelt Penninsula .Times,  Sechelt, BX_  Sir:���"The 3Me Advocates Conscriixtion".  The suggestion put forward by lhe Hon,  Gerard Metier, that all young aKteMbod-  ied mm should foe teaiaed is an excellent  one, besides being in keeping with the tews  of (God.  The BiWe says -hat every alblfi-hodied  man of twenty years x>ld and upward should  he trained- However, in the event of war,  certain categories were to be excused duty,  and especially any who w*ne ���"fearful and  faint-hearted", so that a jparely ydhxntary  army was put into ihe field if occasion a-  xose:  Today our young men would benefit  enormously from the training, ^discipline,  and consequent good health obtained in  a year's service.  The Ruble has tbe answers to all our  problems of only we will heed -bean,  E. W. ABRAHAM,  Opposite view  Editor, The Times.  Sir:���A letter to the editor published on  October 28th deals with a comment hy Mr.  R Hanma, district school superintendent,  stating that '"he feels that failure is a devastating experience, and that a child  should be brought along so that he succeeds." I attended the hoard meeting at  which this statement was made, and felt  the opposite reaction to that of the writer-  Possibly I had an advantage, hearing the  statement m context. Although 1 have no  record I wonder if he did not say "failure  can be a devastating experience"'  Modern thinking on education emphasizes the point. A set of rigidly imposed  standards, along with a humanly fallible  system of measuring (exaniinations), published <results and inevitable comparisons,  can and do constitute a devastbig experience for many students (not all of whom  are children).  Inevitably, some who subscribe to the  *.5partonJ' theory will bring to mind a  Winston Churchill, wlo, although considered an arrant dunce in school, rose as all  the world knows to �� prominent position  in our century. But -what if he had come  under the injfluence Oi a sensitive, intelligent and flexible teaclier during his formative years? Could h< have changed the  course of history earner in his life and in  an entirely different! manner?  The next ehild or is tudent to consider is  your own or] the one next door. Can we  reasonably expect .he buoyancy and exceptional toughness of spirit of the great to  appear in the average child or to be developed in him By a ananj-made obstacle cour-  , se? Here we I enter inio the philosophy of  education. Have we tie right to set up  these courses and molds and pound our  with prescribed in-  am glad to observe  on education, men-  October contributions  assist senior citizens  DJBECTORS of the Sunshine Coast Senior  Oiltoens Housing Society report that  some thirty contributions came in during  the month of October for a total of $1,500  and they wash to express their gratitude to  all those who made gifts. It was pointed out  at the board meeting that everybody can  help ihe senior citizens by making a donation no matter how small.  Every little bit enables the Directors to  reduce  the mortgage  principal  which  in  turn reduces  the  interest charges  which  ���tallows for a smaller rent to be asked of  lithe^'tenants.  .I.''   The Directors  would 'like all sunshine  {coaster.; to know that .their donations, large  son;   Misses  Susan   Thorold   and   Donna J^ Silj,all, assists their senior citizen friends  Nelson-  BABY SHOWER ^official opening, there will be a real cf-  A baby shower was held for Master [fort to increase the number of donors who  Reid James Page, infant wnvof Mr. and .will give two, five, or ten dollars. It is also  Mrs. Randy Page, Monday evening Oct. !!����pected that a number of contributions  28th at the home of Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Du " wili 'Mme ^Oim some companies and organ-  Hart, ^jzations who have some contact with the  Mrs. Rae Page was led to a chair bv-  * Sunshine Coast,  side which  a   bassinette was  overflowing  Already, there is some thought being  given to the second group of ten homes  because the number of guest applicants  continues to Increase and arc being placed  on a priority list. The work made great  istrides ahead in the last several weeks and  the final iplans for official opening and public inspection will ibe announced very shortly. M the gifts should ibe sent to .the (treasurer, Mr. Ben Firih, It. 1R. No. 1, Sechelt  or given to one of the directors of the society. The gift of a washing madiine and  H drying machine was announced at .the  last directoro' meeting. The laundry room  Jn the new complex will be very spacious  and most efficient.  "pupil fodder" mixed  gredients into them' I  that modern thinking  tioned above, refutes such a theory, and  am  gratified .that  Mr. Hanna  subscribes  to that modern thinking.  E. H. BURRITT  Spare the child  Editor, The Tunes.  Sr:���Wihile agreeing with Mrs, Wolver-  tons basis of the importance to children of  growing up with a positive attitude towards  failure I disagree with the conclusions she  draws in her letter to the Times last week.  I would suggest the greatest influence  on a child's attitude to failure (or anything else) is the parents reaction to similar situations. Mr. Hanna's comment that  "failure is a devastmg experience and  children should he brought along so that  they succeed" was taken out of contest  But I imagine, Mr. Hanha, having been  involved in the school system for many  years has had ample opportunity to understand the wisdom of * 'tempering the wind  to the shorn lambs". The system of continuous progress,which is being gradually  introduced into this school district is designed to combat just this problem of not  moving a child on until he is ready but at  .the same time keeping bim with his own  ���pocial group. If the system is organized' to  fit the individual child rather than expecting all' six year olds regardless of potential failures may be saved.  Failure because of carelessness, lack  of preparation, or practise is one .thing, but  the failure of ��� which ' Mr, ��� Hanna spoke was  the failure which results from being pitch  forked into arbitrary system over which  the child has no control. This is something  else again, and a devastlng experience  which every child should be spared.  CEUA FISHER  Toward ithe end of the deer season last  year, a ''Deer Crossing" sign on a highway had another sign fastened to lit. evidently by a disappointed hunter. It read::  "Promises! Promises!" >'  Halfrnoon Bay Happenings  ���by Mary, Tinkley  Jasm for the Jovely nundremrhed islands  with their miles and miles of.white sandy  beaches.  They stayed at the iteef Towers Hold  on Waikiki Beach and took mlghl-seeing  flights over the other Islands. It was Aloha  Week during thdr visit when a Mardl Cras  ,-splrlt predominates and they enjoyed the  cfurnlval atmosphere and dancing under  the banyan trees.  Another returning traveller is Mr��. Vera  SalUs who is JKMijK* .at Eureka after a lrl|>  with her ulster and brother-in-law Mr, and  Mrs. W. 11. FiK'lMT of Everett. They visited  Mrs. Sallis' 'brother, (J. W, Palmer near  Seattle and travelled Washington nt> far  east as tihe Coulee Dam, They did wime  hunting and bagged China pheattantn and  ducks, but had mo luck with deer. They  experienced M,lnt! Know through lhe mountain pJUlHCB.  Undcr(.oinR durgcry In St, Mary's Hospital itihla week In Mjh, Anton Kadin.  CuefntN last week of the Tony Tsehaik-  owsfcy"a were Ttmy's sister and brother-in-  law, Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Coleman ���>f Vancouver.  ' i  I'cr.  lUBLPiHG  SUPPLIES ?  Wont to moke your homo  larger, more comfortable, mora  modern, more beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  you'll find helpful idea* ond  information ot your ono stop  supplies shop  Peninsula Building  Supplies Ltd.  Phone 085-9669  SECMELT, B.C.  WW*H��l^-��<W<MWI��_WSWWg|fMW>IW��IW  iwi-wr  GOOD f>i?IZES  Chance for  Membersfbhip  Priae  FRIDAY  8 {p.m.  SECMELf  VILLAGE  '   MAUL  T 73��� j.ii.'.tUtc.  .^'^r^Y''^1'"''^^' V*Y^-'s^ f r4Ch  ^      ,.,   ^*.     .  y,^.4*4~*'*t-4p^t&*p^r*M\,-^''}*4+******-p,^4*Z1^4^&yV*^^ ZX.,0^1^^  A..'..__��t.!.'_.._ . .���_>__!.  " (' \ r    f  it^ri^Hil^k ^-^^ W-**i+^ w^(<Av*^-" \a**frW*i&Y ���*"���*������<��'*��*��� "-*****����  -* ,)r     V  /*  ���"jl^yftr- w^-^w-v-situ,  .- ->  4 J- ���  _<r/ .   o  *f. i  fj* '  *.f  _    TOiij   l     *���-.<, i Jfanujc j  KM  i  I  *  >-'  T/ie Case For Tke Grouse -'-'���' ~=  ���4>y A. I* C.  D. 1 I  IN A rapidly growing district so many.not eat meat, and more important She  C\ ^   S J*���.!.3  \  ���(_ �����  /  CK9 *������ AJI1 Wft-j;  Cv Nt .lilt,  J__.  ' :*_  t��  C."*  II  Tl  41  x      t^Jr-C^ ">������  - ��. *_>-< * iPP -'��� ~ Ip -  *jf  ���PS  .1- j*    #  p.  -r*itiS  tJSYANCY TAKt  C     -Tfc   W  <  i  !  subjects eall for our attention that the  fate of a game hind might he regarded *as  of little consequence efccept- hy She few who  are interested itt stich matters. Going fat  back to a time tvhen a.fesv presidents of  today were Hiving here, the WiUow Grouse  of ruffed if preferred, mere at- a high peak  of abundance, and fcdnsidering their great  numbers, their wariness and perfect adaptation to their tia&ve environment, it jvould  have been absurd to predict a time of  scarcity. Yet (that time has come, indiscriminate shooting both in season and ont  has redltced their numbers to a dangerously low level.  No-one has been in a better position  than I to note thai .steadily dwindling number Mv place is remote,, quiet ahd surrounded bv green woods; there is a large  clearing and on one 4de there is a former  plum orchard that is now a dense tangle  cf sucker shoots that give perfect cover to  grouse that escape the guns and tome in,  winter after winter, sfeeJdog sanctuary.  As for mvseif I am not a gunner; I do  Jiving ��reaturps free in the woods, is much  ���more ifctetseptin^ to me ihan a sSbot-torn  body in hand, I have finite reversed the flld  sayhfe that, */X bird in the hand is worth  two in ihfe bwshY But my wards become  ominously lew&r year by year. Having  been hunted for hfe, they arrive wild and  i*V�� prompt io take wing at first sound of  a footstep, mor do I claim tbat they are  tame hy .spring for that would he (Contrary  to nature, hut ihfene is a noticeable differ-  ehee when 1 can walk quietly on my <awn  affairs without causing more disturbance  than a retreat a little deeper info the  friendly coyer of .the old plum plantation.  What our grouse most despteafelly need  is a grace period ei from three id five  yeans- in which to rebuild itheir aumibera.  After tiian with some r^fciraiht on the part  of the hunters, vobxntarv ot enforced, there  could he a reasonable1 amount oi sport, if  we care to dignify licenced inurder hy  that name. Or the grouse will follow their  former companions of summer, the blue  grouse-, ihat were shot literally hy the safck-  The Peninsula Times    .     Poge $-5  ' ^ Wednesday/ Hoyember 6j 19jS8  * '��������' ��^������������- *M��      I i ���ilWdimiiWi.iP  full for shipment to th* city market, and  probably a black market at that  Xi either species survives elsewhere I  am glad of it���I write of the part that I  taw weli.  A marriage counselor was asking a  wianaji -some questions regarding her disposition. < ^Oid yon wake up grumpy this  mornihg?'* he asked,  "No," she relied, "I let bim sleep."  ^  '���'��� ���   '    ��������������������     '   ������  , $lt}pieaser: A girl who looks good in  atfyihkg she lakes off.  SALSS  SOLfiilK SERVICE SMOH  Highway 101  PHONE 886-9662  i  TV _! 0��4t    "  SR-m  we s��@  on ihe Sums  iu ri.i  1    ���-���  m& one  Coast?  ' i  rP^i  PENINSULA residents may yet* have  the services of hovercraft to supplement the mudh criticised ferry system A  company active in the development of the  potential of hovercraft in the south west  coastal region of British Columbia for Sour  years, Pacific Hovercraft, recently made  overtures to council seeking support for  3 proposed Sunshine Coast route  Numerous studies and .surveys jointed  to the hovercraft as an ideal mettod of  improving passenger transport services  from B.C. mainland to Vancouver Island  and other Gulf Island and North Coast  points An application by the cc_np;ny to  the Canadian transport commission, was  subsequently approved authorizing Pacific  llovercraft to carry on scheduled services  between the] City of Vancouver and the  Cities of Victoria and Nanaimo. ,  In approving the application, the Canadian TYanspoirt Commission also set a pbl-  icy whereby no other applications wotjdd  be received or considered until this service  had operated for a sufficient length 'of  time to complete the development stages  of ithe service,  Extensive studie^- haye ak$ t.,��&,-$&jr  ned out concerning *��� Ithe use ^of Kwe^craft  in general charter services m Northern  Canada. These, in conjuction with trials  conducted by Federal Government authorities, suggest that great potential exists  for the utilization of Hovercraft to improve  transport' services in Arctic and sub Are.  tic areas u " j  WHAT IS A HOVERCRAFT?       '  A hovercraft js an air-cushioned vehicle",  That means it glides along on its, wvn cushion of air, completely free of the ground  For this reason it fs an ampiibloUs craft  and able to operate over land or water surfaces Pacific Hovercraft operates thfe SR���  N8 hovercraft on it;  ver to Vancouver Is  routes from Vancou-  and.  B��steS:^*&.i4L.^.^^^  QUO     e_?Q  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vhncouver, B.C.  Will be in Sechelt  O-iday, Nov.  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  -"y   805-2318  The SB���NS Is a fast over^water transport also operajting on scheduled passes,  ger carrying routes _a England, including  a service acrossfthej English Channel, am  on specialized operations at other world  locations This craft can be adopted to a  variety of roles other than for passenger  services,  SR~N6 craft will provide a eoanfortahle  ride for 36 passenger* at 50 _niles per how  in 4 and 5 foot se'a conditions. In calmer  conditions a maximum spaed of 60 milfes  pfcr h9ur can be attained with a full load.  THE FUTURE OF THE HOVERCRAFT  Hovercraft are rapidly -estahhshing  tb_im>selves as an advantA^eoUs J-orm of  transport throughout the world. Several  commercial services are provided in England at the present time, one of them operating across the English Channel with an  185 ton SR���N4 craft. The large S-U-N4 Is  the first of the ocean-going hoyereraft, for  which an exceptionally bright future is  foreseen. Pacific Hovercraft Ltd. will .be  introducing services with an SB���N4 in  1971 The load configuration which will ibe  used will allow the carnage of 30 automobiles and {200 passengers.  I  Typographical error  clouded competition  VALUE  of the jewel  box  and  contents  which featured in a competition oeleb-  ratihg^i^,'''^ Li 'jfe'/J,"  Jewellfers, J3&cbeit, was |^.4J>,libt as jMib-  iished in last week's is^ue of The times  which stated 184.45.      '.".", P . ,   -  This was a /typographical. etwf .and  could have lead tp ia i^lsunderstatodihg ate-  garding tih]b actual winner,      . '  ������'  TheSR���N6  Hie SB*���N6 lanbodies'  well-proven  jteehnieal design which has already  accumulated a substantial amount of  operating experience in many parts  of the ivorld under vastly different  conditions. The basis of the craft is a  15 inch deep buoyancy tank subdivided into  12  watertight compartments. The cabin is set into ihe plenum   chamber   and   the   buoyancy  tank. Access to the cabin is by a  combined bow loading door & ramp  The wide dorsal pod on the cabin  roof contains provision for air conditioning and cabin heating. The integrated lift/propulsion system employes a single gas turbine engine  coupled to a centrifugal lift fan and a  variable pitch propeller. There are  two gear boxes, an engine reduction  gear box, and a propeller/fan bevel  gear box. Basic yaw and pitch control is achieved by two rudders and  ail-moving tailplanes mounted on and  between the twin fixed fins. Control  ports, using pleneum chamber air,  further enhance yaw control. A system ~of "skirt lifting" incorporated  in the craft provides a means of accurate maneuvering- The skirts of  the SR���N6, which are characteristic of current hovercraft in. produc-  PROPOSSD EXTENSION OF BOUNDARIES VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to section 21 of the "Municipal Act" the Council of Village of Gibsons intends  to petitidn the"Minister of Muncipal Affairs requestin g the extension of the area of the municipality to include  the following lands:  volumes of air. They give you a comfortable ride, "ironing out" waves  and acting as a very effective suspension system. The Sit���N6 is entirely safe if the engine fails because  the hull is largely made up of sealed  air tanks. It has a record of many  thousands of hours of reliable operation. In the unlikely event of an engine breakdown, the craft just floats  ^. y -^.   . i-  J _?   ^��>J��    ��  A\tA i  A poodle and a eockei* spaniel met an  the park   The poodle said, "My mame'..  Fifi. What's yours'" TEleplied the spaniel  ">I think it's Down Boy."  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT if a petition of at feast one-tenth in number of the owner-electors of  the municipality is received by the undersigned within 30 days of the last publication of thts notice in a newspaper, the question of the extension of the area of the municipality to include the aforesaid lands will be submitted  for the assent of the owner-electors  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any owner of land within the area herein shown having objection to  the inclusion of his property within the municipality should notify the Minister of Municipal Affairsy Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., of his objections within 30 days of the last publication of this notice in a newspaper.  AND THAT this is the first of two publications of this notice in a newspaper,  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Novefnber 5, 19|68 i David Johnston  dibsons, B.C. _ Municipal Clerk  *FH��B  -00*0.  'Mftf^itBM^  SECHELT i  ICin$-ineri Amateur flight  FRIDAY, NOVMI-EE-: 22,  &SS3  To be held Jn the  Peninsula Dining; Bloom,  Sechelt  Smorgasbord starts 7 p.m. Fpllowed by our  Amateur Talent Contest  Open to students and children up to age 18  years. There will be awards for two age  groups;   Up  to   13  and  from   13  to   18.  No entry fee but cost of ^morgosbord will  be Adulfn  $3.00  cacb, Contestants and  Youngsters present $1.50.  EVERYONE WELCOME TO TH/5 GRAND NIGHT.  ENTRIES FOR CONTEST MUST BE IN BY NOVEMBER 15?h  Open to all young people on the Sunshine Coast  For ticket* lt> Amateur NJght Smoirgasbord phone 885^94^0 or 005-9631  Mease fill in attached Contest Entry Form and mail to  BOX 10 SECHELT, B.C.  -  YOUR  PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT  REMINDS YOU TO  ^000,-^mmm0m-0'mmmmmtm^mmm mmmwtmm  I   NAME  l   ADDRESS .-L   PHONE    .--.... AGE  100 tm mm <*4* tm 0001*00 mmtttm*mm <  Each year, Homeowners must appty to thefr respective Municipalities*!for thfa  Grant when paying their home taxes. You must apply for this Grant not l_fe  than tho 31st of December each year- .   .  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Department of &nmm  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia  _��i_M_it____l<_W_M)����^  .>,-.  !>������,.'*< ^fm^,*i^��,)1((*n,-,i����''(f*_ ***-,^*.fiW+>*��ipf.iiM(i*' �����_��_��  v ^.] sWw.^sj.jrf^.*  Wl*M*^H*WW!^>��^=BW��f *#*i��W**w#r-���w . (^ Ml f^^^^mms^��^^^^  #  */  >�����"��������  w  'Y  ,,��*.  ^_^cr A ^  ^    <v  ,        .  "iv%     v      > >   P!>P  ft- >  SqtXarihgl0:o0$  ���������,'������     '  u      " v  \ ~-4>y Maurice Hem&taeet  NOTHING doing in square* dasaemg in1 Sechelt yet but if anyone cares tp tonisb  up on round dancing we will be at home  to all next Saturday night  A lot of my- friends have 'been, asking  about our trip ithis year so to <tossv_r your  question I will try 4�� put the good time we  bad- on paper as a history event, .      '  We started planning this trip about |  three months ahead of time Which > -was, '  really worse than waiting to go itifo- the  hospital for an operation. -Making '_j_ts of  what we needed on the trip,, where we  would go, then thinking we just can't afford it But t_en we had been saying this  for 24 years so the plans were formed with  Barkerville as the main objective and  rock hunting as a side line.  The time best suited to all was arrang  ed so that we could all go as a family. This  cut our trip to one week because the boy*  had to be back at work the following week  so back to the planning board to get the  most out of seven days. We wore out three  joad maps figuring a route to cover a lot  of country- The pile of equipment in th*.  basement was piling up, what with tents  pots and pans, food and 50 on. So much  so that 1 bought a set of roof racks and  built a good sized feax-on them and"fastened the whole works to the- ioj>;of' my $75  Chev. In fact I think that was-the most  solid part of. -my car -but I had faith in hei  and if you have faith that's all that counts  Satuxday'nigbt came and I rushed borne  from work, ate a thin meal and started loading the car. By ten o'clock this chore was  done. Yes, yyMat whole pile of stuff was   ���  ��   a- *"  Th�� Petutssulo Times     ^^nta^iP^'^^ifPi W0  <    ������'��� ���������-"' i"    hi   i mil  .in .linn ,n H. .i.i ii.ii i��r'L"  ��"  -/SS  ' .    , "s    <  ���*    -   M     _F 4__ft___h*TA*_. "S j _.______! .1 U      V  _s ___!,<���_.  ! .-'   f  <^'  I  WEST!N��HG|?SE ��IS  /:vCoitie to Purfeei^s  mum  ir  ��� .  Enrollment GibsOilS Pack BlOWnieS  Seven Tweenies became Brownies of   boxes,  used during Halloween are   enroll seven Tweenies  the 2nd Gibsons  Pack  when they . from left: Rose Duncan; Laurie HSU;, ���,���������_��_.     ���- -�� i    _.       _.  lhe ferry sexfe __d keen a litfe better   to Mto office, Me girts prctured   Louise Wilson; Gail Srelson and Loia, w 4!1OT���ed'S<. tte 2nd '<_!��_. P**  ....���  u ��.  ,-_* ___.^_ ^���. ��nfh   "flav_3 th_�� r.hilHr��.n"  w��11w**i<_n     Ri_��__erman. :--..__ . . _., _..___ _.. _^   we would have lefit right then.  Sunday morning, hit the deck you guys,  we're taking the early ferry. Mad scramble but one hour later, with i'etex and  Alan and their equipment in Pete's ear  with his ��8 and Jour on the floor, they  led off. Peg, Sandra, Cathy, Berry and I  piled into my Chev with three on the wheel  and a gigantic sick under the hood. I deftly  hit the starter, she coughed ahd seemed  to say, "what's the matter wih you. I've  had this load on my back all night." I said,  "quite complaining and make with the cylinders going up and down". We were soon  catching up to Peter's posh four on the  floor Acadian, made the ferry, went' on  board and were on our way. If you wish to  find out What really happened, tune to the  T_mes,,next.week.'.     . '<:' -..P. ���-,.^..-;..,v  with "Save ihe Children'' collection   Biggerman  au_W-5_9!lLi___  _.__s4ffl__2n__  _j-  ���3i  v'r /'  -=-*!��):  _v*  A:  -^v,  %J  :5?c-^ ,-vlAfci   -^4  &  1  - *     ���* ���  5^r 'i#  'Times" AdBriefs  sell - buy - rent  trade!  IL   ''Hostesses.    . '   ���    1      ''������������' '' '"*- ^  A little apprehensive but ready to do   and Brenda Rottleff prepare to slrye  bringing the number up to. twenty-nine.  Seven little girls, concentrating just as'  hard as tlxey could made the Brownie Promise  before  District  Commissioner  Mrs.  Peggy he Wayne and received their Brow-  . nie badges iEnojii Brown Owl, Mrs. Joyce  f Ripper..; , -Y-:; ������   i  l^wny-Owl, Mrs. Sue Whitkig was Mo  enrolled as a' Brownie leader.  New Browrnies ��� are: Christine .Irvine;  Laurie Hp; Louisa Wilson;.. Nancy Bun-  can; "Gail Nielson; Rose Duncan and 'Lori  Biggerman.' '���'..'  Following the ceremony the 'Brownie  Pack mterta-oed paitents "and y<nang bro-  - thers and .'Sisters with ;actio_i songs and  ..?played games while th.e-ithriee little Brow-  - nie hostesses. Cheryl Penftdd; -^uth Miadi-  ���"'son and Brenda Bottleff :_ei^ed..xeifoesih..  .; raents' to the^v<_Tsators_'' Tiix^rMMe ^W^ien  ��� settled down to" cooling drinks and cookies.  Y  i  ���***:  ".��-'*.'  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A MOTOR vehicle survey has revealed that  in 1940 each car on the road contained  an average of 3.2 pea-sons.  In 1950, occupancy had declined to an  average of 2.1 persons per'car.    By 1950, the average was down to 1.4  persons per car. j .    ',  ���._���_.-���___. . ��� -,.����� *i * nr- u ��� * * -j j. ��� 0i- su fi&ty smoke! If we project" those statis-  their best as hostesses for the first refreshments to paitents after the tics to vm, every third cslr going by wiM.  social function of the Brownie seaL   BrowiHe enrollment A "*    son, Cheryl Penfold; Euth Madison  aremony,  iiafve nobody in it!  ���iNSC 'Fleet Safety Newsletter  JET SWIRL WASH ACTION ��� A powerful  fan shaped stream of water hotter than  your hands could stand; scaurs out every  speck of food from dishes in the top rack.  iBelow, the dbuble-blad&d lower wash ^rm  jets steaming torrents through for 100%  coverage.  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