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Cwc,' ��3-^  Volume 4 No. I lOt  WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4,1968  Ajderman'Ken Croddard and Walter fetejr-  son. A01 schD'Ol trustees for thai area ,_ave  another yepr to ruji but three seats' Income vacant in the Sechelt-Pender Usalrbour  anas. One in Seehelt which is contested  by businessman John Hayes and Beverend  B3rry Jenks and vfor the area of West  Secheft to Pender including Egmont, two  seats present a four way fight.  Incumbents Bill JMalcolm of the frauds Pemnsula and Cliff "Thorold of W^sst  Seehelt and Dr. Walter Burinick, also of  West Sechelt. Dr. Eurtnick has also resided  in the Pender -Harbour area and iSsifti^ec-  ted to pull a great deal of support from  jJfwywwwjifW*  C M it W^  s An interring contest also invi_v���� two  (seats' on Sechelt village council writh in-  scilmb-ttts J-orjgan Thompson and Adele  fa" h&nge ifacing a four way_ &&& wijh  Morapan Watson and $$e Bemier. tyx. Wat^  son was one of the original fighters for  AiBJpiA. which led to formation" of the present Begional District of whiidh he was  the first chairman. His knowledge of muni'  cipal affifairs and ability to negotiate witb  governmental departments would stand him  in good stead.  Joe Benner, long time member of, the  Chamber of Commerce and for__��r uriJJage  commissioner also has a great deal of experience in municipal a___irs. He is also  past charter president of Secbelt Kinsmen  and Sunshine Coast lions Clubs, and has  always played a big part in < community  aJJfairs.  - Miss- de" JLange/ retired, 'presently "resides at Wilson <_reek'and was one of the  active group responsible -fot bringing water  to ftie Mission Point area tbis year. On  council she bas represented the village,-on  bpth Regional Board and Board of Health.  Morgan Thompson, local businessman  has proved his ~ worth on council with hi*  desire to bring about a number of improvements within the village, often as a lont-  or near lone voice. He is presently seeking  action on a sewage system knowing itr has  to come and that delay will only result in  far greater cost to the taxpayer.  Residents of Gibsons are asked to cas*  their wotes for the proposed Sewer Byia_  but indications are that it will be over  whetamgly apprwed.  Y*�� *      v   v-__.;_-_-  -If -TV  I    _? <V?'* wV^  t  *  *��f   o.��  __._> .-...�����_-.,_������'������, ���  __._    2��22222S2s  ���w_.*"  Dr. Walter Burtnick  A resident of the area for the past  nine years, Dr. Walter Burtnick has  lived, both si Pender Harbour and  Sechelt and has accepted nomJaa-  tion to serve as school trustee in this  area. ,His interest in the welfare and  future of-young people has been demonstrated-by his willingness to speajs:  at PTA meetings, where his guidance  has always been greatly appreciated.  Dr. Burtnick has travelled and studied in many countries and is presently Chief of Staff at St"Mary's  Hospital and medical representative  Hepatitis danger �� _  E**lk Festival  ���/ President cf the Stms-hine Coast Arts . Hawaiian; T__hitian da&ces and the  ..Council and Chairman-of the Fblk Charl^toh at last Saturday's perform-  f Festival*- J^r. Blian^Oza" $iscii<sse6. anee atteisded by over 600 people.'  Yflie progisMrame with two very talen--,Both -girls-are--pupils at Tapper  >- ted younjg dancers Sherry and Sandy school, Vancouver; Sherry is in grade  /; MosdaIt_a_ who performed S^aruslij   J2 ^ad S&nd>; g^rade 9. -  Y      -     -  -r-   t~:--    ���-"-_- __- ^_- ^ ----^ .   ' .63 at one mill *  -*���# -  EXPI_-IiN_NG the need for the mupidSpai  -sewer system proppsed for the Village  of (Jibsons, "Mayor Fred Feeney stated at  a well attended public meeting that less  than ten per cent of the septic tanks in  on, the Regional Hospital' Planning   ^e V^age don't have an dveriBoiw some-  Committee.4 '   -' - '    '   ������ where. The system is a necessity, he said,  and 'if it does not pass this time it will  have to be presented again anil may cost  more.  The meeting was held on Wednesday of  last .week to .discuss details of the $*_J5,<_��  system   before   taxpayers   vote on   the  inogBjr-���by-Jaw next Satopftay.  iB_jpre?e-"��� ___��������-_.-*.'_.���.  _-#��.'"  that a. frontage tax. on a footage .basis,  would be levied right'away. Bate Js"^40^  cent's per 'foot per year with a vaix5snni&  frontage of SO ft and maximum of SO" ft".  Once the sewer is. installed owners will  be given from 6 months to l year to" cotk'  nefrt i_p ,_nd their _septic tank destrciyfi^;  Connection,charge is $125 and single family  dwelling -user charge $3.60 per month. *  JM_Y Johnston said.there will be a Court  <tf Beidsion tor odd shaped lots, giving  people a jcbanlce to appeal.  Commercial-rates will1 apply to business  undertaMngs and .each apartment in an  $1,620,200 Eelerendnm Ho. 9  represents modest increase  SA.TUBIDAY,   .December  7,  3S68,  District  No. 4St <Sechelt) ovmer^-eteciors have the  opportunity to vote on School Beferejodum  _No. 9 in the amount of '$1^0,?^.  While the total is a Jaige sum of money,  financing of pie loan'will not bear hgavjly  on the district propeirty-owner. Be-pay^ent  ,_____.___..����     ��_._��__-,-, ..____,._,,_ ^* jMJjgig-,  e^uipnent for scaoois id tae recent past  has been met by including amounts in the  annual' budget which were a JO0% district  cost. Referendum No/ 3 has incofpojiated  the ma-xmum amounts allowable- to equip  the proposed projects plus an additional  amount to meet requirements" in-existing  ��e_^ls^Ht<tjhe event ^^irriciiLum.'changes'.  <___.. 1 u_ _..��      2&^t>  mm  PABKEE'S Hardwaire pf geohtdt was the  'victim of thieves for "the' third time in  recent mo__hs last Wednesday November'  27th and as in the two 'previous break-ins  the h^ods ��new Just where money was  hidden. "       '  A month or so ago -entoy was made by  way of the roof and Ihrougjh ,^n upstairs  sliding window which has .since been barred. This time a rear dear of an adjacent  building was opened, by cutting a hole in  a panel making-passible opening of the  door. Another door into Parser's was then  forced by the thieves who evidently knew  the lay-out.      -.  Apart frain money, goods to the value of  more than a thousand dollars were reported stolen.    *    *' -^ '" ���" "   " "     ��� -    ��  Finger print experts wore busy later and  it is believed ideptil|_t_->e> prints have b���en  discovered.' Mr. ^Un Pariter told the Times .  "we have heard s^lMng Vegapd__g the-prei]  vious robberies and now Ibis one i am  getting very concerned.'"  .  Senior Citizens Homes  planned ior expansion  NUMBER of contributors tq the Sunshine  ��� Coast Semor^Citizens Homes took a great  jiimp tfollowing tbe official opening and m>  spedion of the ..--il ten'units. 'The' Direct*  ors were delighted with .the -response and  the favorable comments'received from aU  sides.  1 ' '  1 '     t ��� _ >  .The finance Committee are seeking gifts  from stores and businesses as well as from  individuals to pay for the land before the  end of the year and to be in a pofiiiion to  extend the project to a further ten units.  The land cost was" $15,000 and at this time,  almoit $13^00 ha been allocated. The $2,000  left is the present basis of .appeal This is  a must before any expansion can be planned. Christmas is a fitting time to make  this appeal to help in a most worthwhile  cause for our senior citizens.  There is an increasing sense of pride  and satisfaction in the whole axea< in the  number one group of ten units and there  is a *r_ly Supshiiise Coast perspective because the new tenants come from Langdale to Egmont.    ,  John Hayes  Standing for public office for the first  time, Mr. John Hayes" has been a  resident of the area f<Jr 8 years. He  has accepted nomination to serve as  school" trustee representing the Village of Sechelt and is well known,  being the own<ir of the Sechfelt Thear  treV Mr. Hayes, is closely connected  with schools through the education  of his four sons, ��wq gtijl being in attendance- at. Elphinstone Secondary  schooland one at UBC. He firmly  believes in a centrally located high  school and the inauguration of grade  13 into. the school system. Ah active  community worker, he has served as  president of the Chamber of Commerce and Ratepayers Association.  Voting takes place at Sechelt Legion  Hall on Saturday.  >oil conditions' S& ihe'2<werv>rfe�� __i'  G_tfi_u}$ .cpeajter, 4 ������&40&ti, '3��3*cfcgiy **��$���'  tention^lo a '^milar prwem at Sqhamt&h  where infectious hepatitis "of epidemic proportions was a'direct result of a lack of  sewer system.  CONSTRUCTION ;  Consulting Engineer Biartin Dayton explained'lhat first 6ta'ge df ihe system ex.-  pected to be completed in" !_!���_ years  would service the builf up portion of the  Village first. The pumping and treatment  facilities would be at the foot of Prwwse  Eoad and outfall at Gospel Bock. A permit wall.be necessary from-the Pollution  Control Board which may -call a hearing  before it j.s granted. The Federal Department of Transport will also be approached  for'^ernwssiop to build c an outfall in navigable : :waters. ;.':.' .',' ',.���; '.,;.'.'���...' ���  ��� Treathient of the sewage' will include  grinding; andshriedding and 'jstteri-zation by  chlorination beifore discharge }i)4p; IJje <Ju3f  at a depth of 78 feet^ The outfall' (_pe will  be SOOhSOO feet long. Tbe sewage will be  de-activated before it reaches the surface  and will sink and be carried .seaward'Ijy  deep'currents. ' .',"���' " "/',' 1 '',  , The, interceptor built.along the shore  and burried somewhere, near the high  water line will be su-ficient to serve the  whole village including the proposed expansion area and the system will be developed according to economic feasibility.  COSTS  Village Clerk Dave Johnston explained  M*L \Dayim- explained thafc-the' inter  ceptop cost, is shareable with. the Federal  Gavernlment and 'a.^ioan available jfrom  Central Housing and Mortgage, tn January  it will be ]__own'.vhat grants are available  from the PxovittC&l CrOvernment for treatment plants.'A: treatment plant will eventually be necessary in Gibsons and money  '���see page A-5  CXintributions should be sent to Mr. Ben  Firth, treasurer, &R Uo, 1, Sechtslt or may  *t>e given 4�� one of the- ��ix>ec!tar��. Th^ list  &ja%dvnor$ $$&%% $$��mied: tythfySpesfoik  ^po5i-^^mTfeat^ia}^r^gfl*$zu___^^4!__tw_e_r - P��i? m^^-j^^^odget Tlie/same-^shar-. '  severity-five percent t�� the .gjtfsss'. diebt of- inf ^rra'in^ments"~ applies in _bte pyrchase  *..___.    __4.o4��m_a4-     _��_.,��.*__-__      L.irt^SZ***     _U.a--_._*���_______ -J t*M A    v9_3__r_DLl__rwm__->)f   _-rf    *J_<iit.n_t   A^__M_.    _.��.�����    *!.-.  the district cajri_al __i_;<__ig #r��gra!fnme.J  ijt should'be pointed out ifaat^iffce fiefer-  ehdum ineludes .money to Up-grade science  equapiment in both, elemewlaiy'and secondary schools, as well as supply vfeiial aades  for social studies.  Uhe'  matter   of   providing   additional  r  Late approval P  mo  " . *     f        '   I,     F"f  _ii  RoV. Barrio J*nki  Keenly interested in children and  young people, the Rev. Barry Jenks  has been nominated to serve as  school trustee represenliing the Village /ot Sechelt. Born in Vancouver,  he graduated from UBC and Anglican College, serving one and a< half  yealrs in Vancouver before coming to  Sechelt, three years ago. Rev, Jenks  is vicar of the Anglican Parish covering the district, from Sechelt to Egmont; he is thirty years old, married  and has two young children. He is  interested in greater co-operation  and communication between Ihe  School Board, the teaching staff and  the community. Voting takes) place  at the Legion Hall, Sechelt, on Saturday, Dec. 7th.  I  Richard Clayton  Nominated to stand as school trustee  Veprescnting Rural Area A which extends from Sechelt to Egmpnt district,, Richard Clayton has been a  resident of Ibe, area from birth. His  ability is reflected in his progressive  business and ihe ground work done  during the formation of Une Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club. The  father of four young children, all atr  tending elementary school, 1 he is  keenly interested in the future of  schools in the area. Standing for public office for the first time, Mr. Clayton frankly admits that this will be(  a new field but he does not MgliMy  undertake any duty and is prepared  io work conscientiously as a school  trustee.  I  ������('   "     '  h*i*]|.  LATE authorization of Sechelt School District. Referendum No. S by ithe lieutenant Governor in Council led to a Hast minute publication of (the $1,620,200 question  in the" Vamcouver S1i�� on Wednesday, November 27.  The question mu$t be presented at least  10 days beifore polling day which is Saturday; December 7th. ���  Addressing representatives of the press,  municipalities and clubs at. an invitational  meeting b'Eld at Elpbinsflone' school on Mom.  day of;'last week,' Superintendent R. R.  Hanna outlihed details of the refcrcnduin-F  which he *&_id Js mainly; a question of up-,  grading schools. T_m_ problem in iube past  bad beien no proper plan, he stated.  QUERIES  Questioned about, surplus fiind6 amoun-;  ting to $32,543 topm; Beferehda 4, 5, and  6, now invested Jn deposit recclpibs, sccro-  tary treasurer J. Mctricr stated it is quite  usual for school boards to do this. The money is held for emergencies such as need  for portable ��� classrooms.  Regarding grants 'flrom _epartm<mit of"  Indian Affairs, Mr. Hanna sliaitied, "let us  ��ay the amount ^uld be gtieato wiithouit  them". (Note: Department'of Education u.s  duced Referendum No, a by $71,327.00  which was the amount .of a departnu_��t. of  Indian Affairs graijt for building purposes,  FINANCING  Mr. Hanna pointed out that tllie Board  Is presently paying $32,400 per yoar for  portable cla-Brooms in the school dlstxlot.  Over a period of 25 years (debenture  retirement jHirlod), Including Jn.n^x'.st !b<>  Itefcrendum aimou_t of tfi,��20,200 would  double to $3,240,400. Annual amount payable would be i)l29film but the department  of education would pay 75 per cent of tiliin,  Ilho difctrlct Khare would be 25 pw cmi  amounting to $32,404. M-sod on a $45,.oo,-  834 assessment Mils would mean a t.ax of  .71 m'ilJ. HowieiViT, ihe��� ���aow.ssJniCint this year  should be In thc region of $46 million result.-  Ing in _n��v��n lower tax.  Mr, Hiai_i<a .xplalned U>at -m a school  diiiitricf* debt incre>a��es, tlie department  j>ays a groai|*r pcrcenla^e vf the costs.  Tlila coihea out, of oo��toliida1<!d revenue,  $ITBS    ���    ���.������'������/���  Tike referendum will jxrovide money \a  purcbaee a (school site' Sn Khe SedM-t art-a,  this wjll prx>bably bo a junior high bciImwI  and may be oonsldeiYd wlw-n tlio mrull-  ^superintendent,  Money will'also be provided to purchaise  a school site in the Gibsons area. Maximum,  enirollmient at Gibsons Eleroieotajry wil be'  500 students,, ���      ���  ";;! ���.,,:.'.  ,$32,700 ha? been alooated. Elphinstone'  for developimcnt of playing fields and, $2,700.  for improvements at Lansdale School.  ELPHINSTONE  An ovcrajU plan for Elphjiistone w_Ji allow for a maximum enrollment of 1,200 stu-  djenit but if it is necessary ito develop a sec-  -ondalry school in Sechelt, Elphinstone' will  not be ditrveloped to that extent, said Mr.  'Hanna. ��� }- '  Present plan for E'liphinston��. includes 4  scipnice labs, in: a new wing wJiichwiM also  include a complete home economics area.  Another   business   machines   and   typing  "' ���-*e pad* A-5  and deyelopimeBt of Jiajang fields for the  cEldpenr  ,R is es&oatsd that Referendum No. 9  wall cost the local taxpayer apprpximately  .69 of one mill per ^1000 of assessed -value.  Smce many, homes are assessed in the18  to 10 thousand dollar bracket, this represents a cost of '$5.62 to $6.98 per year. It  is possible that an increase in the jProvin-  cial Home Owner Grant could reduce these  amounts.  The Board supports community use of  tbe facilities of the various schools. Activity rooms with their kitchens and facilities  lend themselves to many community activities. Present space is inadequate and equipment , lacking. Referendum, No. 9 is not  ���only necessary:'i;|pr'-i';3Ji_e better education  of .the .school pupils; but also ifor the use  otf .the. adult .population.   ' "'.','.".''' .'.������  A YES vote on December 7 will con-  ��� tribute itb: the betterment <rf the fcvbole com-  ���'munity. ,',:..-, , ,, ;��� ������  'lssb^0a'wsm _S��*ft siie oflScially opened  the homes'. * .  Driver has near miss  in shooting incident  POI_X__ are investigating a shooting incident which occurred about 7:30 p.im.  last Thursday in which Rainier Haunken,  living in the Tilhcum Bay area, was narrowly missed by what is understood to  bave been a rifle bullet.  Hauhken was driving a van in the direction of Sechelt near Sandy-Hook when the  bullet shattered his passenger side windshield and Out through his side window,  narrowly missing,him. ; ���,  'Haunken, formerly of the 7 Vancouver  area, was reported as being shaken by bi6  experience but had no clues as to why  he might have been fired atY  Plan crack-down  Lack of business licences  Concerns Gibsons alderiiien  REPORTING at last meeting of Gibsons  Council, AWerman Gierry .Dixon stated he  haifl noticed a number of people carrying  out .business in the diatrict and,doubted  if they ever take'out village business licences. Ho sugg.e_ted ithere could be such  people 'as  lawyers "and  accouipitanits" who  Halt million project  ospital Referendum dale  planned early in new fear  m*nt _t JEaj��l_nislou_i roaches eoo, fitaitod the pai-cd fey Jianuaiy.   ' .'.   '      ..    ll  EXIPAINBION of St.  Mary's Hospital was  . first item of business on the agenda pf  tbe Sunshine Coast, Regional' Hospital-DUB"'  trict Board wlilch met last Friday.    ,  Following Health Minister Hon. Ralph  liolHlmajrk'ti approval of the $5.18,27)6 expansion, jWfyteh Is the net project cost after  allowing for the federal and one third pro-  vlncial .equipment grants, St.. Mary's Hospital Society presented the matter tot the  Board's' consideration" and action at the  earliest convenience,  Chainman Frank West explained that  thc next step Is to ask the Hospdtal Advisory Committee to cnnie up with a recommendation together with a timetable of  v/Jien and how money will J>e required.  Director Itorvey Hubbs, Chairman of the  Advisory Oommiititee, presented ��� & letter  from the 'ewmimitAve, asking tho Board Aa  talkie procedure to expedite mailers regarding grants in 'aid.' I  Regional,-Ifoapitial Board Ihen approved  a notice of motion to pa*a a by-law to hold  *:'p3cW*c;tte. :;';"  NexttWeq* Is for Uie Advisory Cpiincll to  meet xxfilh the architect and hos^taj administrator eo ilhat FcallmiateH can be drawn  tip for the pro-vliiiona! budget to be jwe-  M.I.C.  Chaiitman. West explained that' die  glonal Hospital .District h_'s assumed  Bella-  stay in the area transacting business for a  short time then leave.  Alderman Walter ' pieterson expneFSsed  the view that should ^situation, exist, then  cbunicil as a whole should work to d_rainato  the probleim. ....'''  UNLAND PROPERT  Mr! J. Unland made a Iur-_icr aittempt  , to purmiade council to let him proceed  with rc-oostruction of two structures on  his property Jn the Bay area. He wa^s told  the buildings constitutei an Foyesoire wlilch  Jiad existed far tqo long and tliait m the  matter is now in the hands of council lawyer there is nothing further, to say at this  dime; Unland woe also 'reminded, that application for septic tanks had been rejec-  ted by the Department of Health and a_  far aa council is concerned that, is tho end  billtlcs of the Hospital llmiprov^mcnt Dls-    of the matter  trict and that $308,000 debt has th be repaid by annual ihstaMrocnts. I^rnt payment Is due on January 2nd and the Board  approved a resolution under Section 31 of  the Regional Itotlpa! Districts Act, to borrow a sum not (exceeding $50,000 from the  Bank of Montreal, Sechelt.  PENDER REQUEST  Speaking Tor ithe Pender liarbonr and  District Ratepayers Association, Director  Tyner outlined reasons behind thc Association's request for a clinic will* emergency  beds and miree In attendance. It w*.s felt  that Hiifl may possibly bc cslalMlshed under thc R.H.D. Act. Chairman West,  thought this may be possible if hospital  facilities mentioned in the Act would include such a clinic.  The Board agreed to write BCHUS for  guidance and then meet wilth a delegation  from Pender Harbour. Jf this Is not possible under the Hospital Act it could possibly come under the Regional District Awt  under Regional "District Work* and Services, included in tho lxtter* Patent.  Regarding suggestions by Unland (hat  othtr properties in the vicinity of his own  also are eyesores, council later agreed that  such is the case and that there Jo no reason wby anyone eJiould .expect to leave  heavy equipment outside homes. , It, wiaa  gencrally agreed ��om�� means of clearing  p*0e A-5  Gibsons Air Rangers  launch tad campaign  WIKIW everyone busy shaping for Christmas, tills is a good time for fund raising  projects iand thirteen girls from ,1hc 1st.  Gibsons Air Rangers ire making fresh  ���wreaths to mdd a touch of reality to the  OirlstimaK season,  Anyone wishing 1o purchase one of these  very   Jovcly   wreaths   may   contact   Mrs.  Betty Allen at 686-2334. Funds raised will  help support the growing Interest in Ranger*.  ���t-',mr  '*������',���>������ '  >,#^*#,^)1!IM��r*d^  ^^^^^W^t^^^^^*^W^^,,^J^^>^_1<yfl^|Wl,^>,^|_.^^^^  ___.__..___...     *    *^i<#ft ^,   v^jt   t _.,^1K!^,1*,^(  j*^!**^ f1"/T���  'vV*'  >*"f7rx %&��A,^A*rllZ^��&��JkJC<4&4ttS.!>.�� �����*��*/,�����& A-f> 4 *<*.*��*.* A^%r.**"fHi^i AA*A<*^t^M^^^-F|F^^J��^*_��*^FWlll.����*^**<v^ ' V ,
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lights idt§a^:Vbone/m-mti   After ?,p.bl, r
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l»JBM0kA# 0aiplinas ^^fa^e.
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UpV& whvetfmeJ t# 'Carriage, electric bottle wainmejv'
sterilizer   Md'   bottle.   Some
bai^ c^tohg. 886-7285   \ ;   '
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Publish4d Wednesdays by'
Th9 P«_nsu1o Times t$%
< ntStfhB%%ii.r -.
H»ySE|£EEpJ|.Cl *<1o1m, ,a||
*' foiirid,' priyafe? '^t«#^" $c|p
ma Pjr^j fifllt "J       "
X_OTS for sale, "4 cleat-4. ne^      .......     .,,,_., ...,.„ ,.
', 1Kb .Is _leltoa-Park.,ServicM   ^sio_;;l»h^e.8Ki-Z4a3_or
^RtERE is A good selection of
' 'kbfldrens fowtos at the Jims*,
^Secbs%   -iwt,
T, „  T_.^_F 5_ie  AmiRriijsh
Uidiafl l^'tte Woij_¥r5 of
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Mes_ser» At«~t SuwotJ-   '
of Cinuilfiftoiis
/ September 30. lf6B
Cress dncuteition 2108
PaidCuwdflJ-en 1946
,   iSi^ject to Audit)
CtesdHe. Ad»e?SB_a_ Sofcij
3-Ui?e Ad-Srfefs C12 wOrds)
One Insertion —, 75c
FULLY equi^p^op^.l^jB&dm ,., __,, _ . . .
«o-t»ge on-waM»ht atUlfii I4#|[ l^fo. £8x15;
c» Point. $Gp |»ep h\om% ,j>^   i^tlght <*at».'ldtfei»en; teis. fw.fi.
fhree Insertions -___
Ektra lines 14 words) _.
(This rote does nbf opply to
- jpommercial Ad-Brie__)
Box Nymbers 10c extra
25c Book-keeping charge Is added
"   for Ad-Briefs not paid hy -
publication dote.
Legal r«r Reader «dyertisi_g>-35e
per count line.
Display  advertising  in  dasstffe-
Ad-Briefs columns, 151.75 per inch.
Sabscripition Sates---
By rnail, PeriinHtltt crpa .$5.00 yr.
By jrioil, beyond 30«iWles $530 yr.
By mail, special <rii_jtens —$3 yr.
By carrier 50c month
utilities, «nU| 4^ $2i%$L
WHJTAKEJt Uodt" tiayiB My.
2   bedroom   aj»ar*a«*it   for
Tgttt. Fridge, range,,.free,taiin-
, dry fewsiaties. Ph. 885-2880.' •
  ,        ,.:   $m*%
 ■■   — —^mvt^trm*40mm**>vmiwa*tmm	
FULl»y funf_4ed -1
cabin,   elaejaii' ~ribs&t}
Sky Motel, Davi_. ^!*
ONE     bedroom.  ' d_tf__nifib*d
apartme-it avatMAs'Tiet. 4th.
In Sechelt Ph. _&_$___    /   ,
■■■■  "   ^l_WU»»WI    —■>*<WW»Hi (■   "V
MODERN 2 hfedKittin lower duplex,  heated,   gariage.   av__i»
aide Dec, 21. A€_ife- I^."«E®-
'8609. 9883-1
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.TWiLlGHj;.T>15AtRE     J
Ciibsons, B.C.
Wed. Thi_r«>._Q-J,Sp..#
December'% 5, .6y 7
LuciUe Ball, Henry Fonda,
. Van Johhson'
'- ■" -an color.
Monv Tues., Wedv
December 9, 10, 1.
"We WISH to thank our Mends
i_nd_ relativies for their kindness and 'sympathy, and for the
beautiful floral tributes and
many icards received hy us during the loss of a loving husband and father. "—Jessie
Youngson & Betty. 9940-1
SECHELT Hnmiexaakers Club
wish (to sincerely thank the
Totem Club, also Mrs. Doris
Fuller for their generous donations to the Christmas Fiawi- —
Mrs. Sarah Paul, president
1   -i ■!«"/.!■■!»; ' "
I WISH *o thank $be.ma$y people Who -so kindly dofaated refreshments and helped during
the opening of the Senior citizens, ponjes. and. "Jteg. »B $0-
day,. ^gyanptwgr Zm- *»W®-
Olive  McGregor. 9892-1
AIXOHOLtCS AE&nymous. >,0.
Be^ 294» SecTi^t, B.C. Phone
Ig36-g876- W4fn
FULLER  Brush representative
for     Roberts    „Creei-     and
Sechelt   area,   Ltyyd   Robpytp,
886^870. 75S9-1
TIU4CUW Chiinney Service,
tifaveu cjeane^ and repaired.
Pai«fiffg, gardening, Witor
service, old jobs, ,<%r AH wco_?
guaranteed. ItRl Sechelt, Phone
885-2191 or 885-2094.        1871-tfn
CARPENTER work, alterations,
carports,    etc.    885-0343   or
evenings 885-#4jQ0. fflI4A$n
Notary Pufclie
Member "
Vancouver B«al JEaJa^. jBoaifl
' Multiple i_si__g Service'
Almost an acne of iwaitwfront
at Egmont with J32'-front, ramp
and 1 float gives good moorage.
3 hdmda, A-O, % unfMshed
fesant, $14,000.
Old house on 5 acres with sandy neach, 133' front at Egtnont
Orchard and good soil, spring
water,  $20,000.
On highway at Middlepoint, 2
bdrm Holiday home oh 1 acre
—€25 sq. ft. Choiee of" community or stream water, $4,O0Q dn
on $7,000 full price.
I acre with 225' WF, beautiful
landscaping, modem steam heated 2 bdrm home with 2 car
garage, only $22.750—$10,000 dm
Large   family   hqroe   with   4
bdrms on Redroofes Rd. Rec.
room, two car gamage, 2,000 _>q.
ft. floor. Roman tile firepla'Ce.
$15,000 dn, $25,00) FP.
Cribsonis VJllage^eaFsh, or eash
to small p_»rtga@e otH. gtoe pos-
feession'of a fine _a__ily home,
' 4 hdnma, t>ig open-plan living-
dining-kitehen area.   Full  concrete tosmt. Completely nanov-
aibed   a'njj.-redecorated.   Lar^e
nfeely   i|a|i(_sciaiped   &>t, ; igineit
•'^ew'-'B-teet A speeial jbby at
$21^500 -u_l price. '
E. McrVtyi-n       ■  86^-2590
PoWortman        §86-2393
J. Warn 886 ._e_1
Box 23S, Oibsons, B.C.
Y 9884-1
laadficgped ysrd ivith patio.
£ale by owner. >hohe evenings
585-9762 or mVte Box 470 c-o
Peninsula Times, Box 2S1, Sechelt, 8.C.    ' -    ,.. v   m$n
m» m«mmmm[»mii'»^^alaammmaa^f0imataaamm^^
,  ^   v
phone iitetpto-a^at^oo collect
Fot fa?! $e¥viee on- aU, propfr'
ties aiid businesses,
;  W£llltAi3| HOMES
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Sym^fejhest.' gtoppjffljg.. CenW-
*■'   '        Gibsons   - '
Paxiyiding the Sunshine Coast
with  a - complete  Professional
-   Service,
!;Re_J Estate -*• Insitt_»t?e '.
, ?{Genepal and JMe)
Law Office-and Notary Public
(B. F. Kennett)
Prompt etehion to purchase or
sale of property from inception
to regislssitioa.       - \,
To lilt"<_r pi_rchase 'call now "V
Our experienced talesmen are
at yowp service.
Unique 3 acres with 225 feet
frontage on placid lagoon. This
property is fully serviced wjsth
access off paved road. MteaJJy
located in the center of Pender
Harbour. Beautifully treed offering seclusion and enjoyment
for the whole family. Full price
$11,500.     .
your choice of seven semi-ivat-
■erfront view lots close to safe
moorage. All lots fully serviced.
Priced from $2,500.
For appointments to view
please contact Frank Lewis or
Morton Maekay at Gibsons office 886-3900."     , „
G-ihs-ns                     Burquit_am
, 9385-1
.!>.. »I'IH. ».f [.   I
ifcr GVAGn:^»tMt.i*M feet.
, lOvet .9 ft. Ut vtv&, % *»*$-
clt^s and thill accessories- Vh.
# TJRES^ (VM %' U _umni_-„
treads, phope 8(85-3578." o oh)«»»» wiu'o^ui?stny«^ *».«^ inv   ., „, .,.«.• ■ .- „.  ■.■) .".■
-; '  ',    - Y/,   ''       ,:9WIH   •sons &tSA ai __^ifi3^;5*'j|^3J  0*  IT'S Jsdte-.it's  Motgais
^BEATTY ntat?t ipmp.A. Wtop   HlDE^BlEt) 'iWf^ii'£tK>_      S8S'9®9' ^CheJt' *'C'tfm.m
■*---■' ■   -   --    . cedar ,*ij£_- $*% Newlcd|_Ji'   ,.,, _.  - , __!____.'
iim Bffifte _£p-27$Y'< .'^ife-1 jd^AL .Ctestma_ g___Y(New
* '■' "• rr»ii>!>z-- ctowii wa___. ^allstesi^ jseb—
value $95. Special $70. JNe.v ^ &
D %" drill $18£0. Used l>h fop,
outboard motor. l___Ji__oc__
completely overhauled. Call
886_373 after 6 p.m.
'     9923-1
%eadl Vhf 88^2359 afi«ir,5 p.m.
'   ' - id
5 STJMNG .-lanjo, in case, in-
stmetioii hook s^nd 2jrecprds#
®I5. 1-vo ©lifei'head neiis; n'ew
$10. Phone S8G-9S61.      _997-jt£o
piUHiUMKMW-wwwytlMWi ■"* Ii ■
BUST ' yo«rs "tfrashF .incinerator
- ^rom   Sfechelt   Kinsmen ' itt
$3.5Q eaeh. phohe 885^9542.   Y
. 99S3-t£n
94b sj&ace ^br/Y'*?^^
«mditiott., Eiefctric ^ #we4 ^.
E.Ci Hotpo^tt. Large, iable &
^hhir eat Oi_\.9Af ^pd.wjlh
mattress & teadhiJ^a; • w|^_
items. H_n_. f&gm - 8g5-^rei
aftelr 3.30 p.ni: . ; '.     p^7-i
GIBBONS Buiidtag 6i#Ues
I'IfftdL, ^8^?®42, - «SH»soJi8r. ».€.
Quality Resdy-raixesl concrete
Serving the area for _» ^eata
VyESTINGHOySE   Wriog e r
JlVasber, $29_J5; «©_-& Washed $70.95; AU. Fridge, % ye$t
old, $175; Used- Fridge; %&£$%
Sogers Majestic -CpnsoT© X,V..
d^sr picture tube/$17$; 'vised
__y., $49iKfc,Cpmi»toai|*Hi T.V,.
&j Stereo, ,$650 *_.»«- J»|v *nly
$399.95., .ip^rktir-s    Hatflwai*
USED Ty„$^95; comfcfoiataon
Fleetwood   &ierfo^ and   TV,
jreg. $595.95,  1 year old, mow
TWO 'railroad jtfta^s^swejgji; a-
(bout eott ibs'eaigl);' 885-^64^
* l ' sgfli-i
FOE iFAL_L phroiihg^friut trees,
._..._ shrubs,   evergrfeens, -£er_iJi-
$349.95; -_tod GE-jiortaible-TV^    zejr^ peat moss.'Jim^, *.te:'Also
AJ^AU^Aliijtotoum «rii}d6isrs "and
'sjjdter 4901U  Ownpjfite;-^ .,.   .™w,    ___«_— -»___   _.__6^n™,«l-w,,w.
B^la«pn0? do It ypiir^t-m J^t sblikt, B.CJ. Phohe 885- Parker's ffaTcdware-Ltd., »ech
*ftR-OB,M •                           «w_J»f« ^^      -                          $913^1 cilt, B.C. Ph. 88M171.    9895-tfn
$te.9S; Rogers Majestic doh-
•sojte TV, ^My used fridge,
$29J5; usipdKZe_i_i wringer washer, liJae ne«r, $89.95; Westing-
Ibouse wringer^ lArastyer, - $29,95.
availdW*. Ohoipo -canrots,
Jbs. $3.95, pontiac or White t»-
tatoes, 50 lb. $3.€9. Fia*hi fresh
eggs, pure homey iftom bine-
berry farms).'Opm &tl9'9.th-
Wyngaejt Enterprises. Gihsohs
886-9340. "    '     ' $877-1
Canvas—Boat Hardware
Compressed air service for
skindivers air tank-.
Skindivers aviulaWe for
'salvage work.
Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C,
'i i '■»n
Mm milk jowiler    Happenings Around Elphie
YLhYT^L^,^ boon fo homsmakers
^ * 3S? the e«.6ad.y^mi»ded wnmaex, sWra
/-3WUt iKnvder is %. toon td rae t>udget. Ii
is t»ittis3&»g, lanweuient fowl ttai can t»s
uied as n' bevet&ge otLiri any teclpe thai
calk for milk.
tskim milk powder is not a substitute
fot milk—it is raHHri      '
- Skim milk powder i*- fresh, i>_j&teuriz>ed
jpjJJc from vJhhbL#& t>utteiifat and water
have been."amoved-.
f |. il .. HI i > fin. >
■^.,.,.■^...111. n )   .win* i*M^W.  Jul" J    fi ■
3?tJP|>JlS  for   -__#&ifcl_. i i|)
,_«ck3» old, on&^ft wp^sA
sa-moyed. Males $25. females
m. Ph., 685^598 'a-tef. 4 pin.
Y «.>     ■ -   :•   98834
■■■». .j miuii
BLACK  & white' fluffy  male
cat Lost West See___t. Be-
ward. Ph. 885-9465. 987S-1
■ H'MIWWiJ' ".pUMP
._,-.     m«S
CHBISTMAS   Bpeoial, ^ poodle
puppies,  inost -colors, Jawm
$50. Iimoeulated and deformed;
also experienced p99GteJ-"&&    . _ -        _-_...
i3ng.and gK_>__5_g-._atone__3S'" .^^jDie-^masiyYadyaaHiges^-l »n_mias
—" - powder make it a valuable addition'to your
food supplies. It is economical and can be
usel to extend fresh, whole milk. It increases the nutritive value of the diet without increasing bulk, sinee it contains aU the
proteins, __h_faajs and w?ter*_ol«!Mo vitamins found in whole ___k.
'There is an added advantage to those
-on a diet—it is low in calories. <So ihe advice to weighUwatdieri is to be sure to
^include skim milk in your diet.) It con-T
tains all the nutrients of whole milk and
home economists recommend it a® an excellent way. to meet the protein -and calcium requirements for the day.
AU packaged skim milk powder sold in
retail stores is stamped '"Canada First
Grade". This means that the powder has
, been produced and packed in a factory
which has foeen licenced by the federal Be-
partment of Agriculture. The plants are inspected by local or provincial dairy insipee-
tors and also by federal Food and Drug
-Directorate inspectors. The powder must
meet deEnlte standards of solubility, fat
and moisture and %t is regularly examined
fOJC;lba<_e___l confi&nfc"
OFF$5R$: plainly .jnarfeed «P
the envelope, "Offer on P.T
No. 124" will be received by
the undegr-sigied up to-5 p,m.
December 18, 1968, to ^nifrcbase,
for the purpose of rempvai or
demolition, the following jmild-
ings, located **&$ is anil where
isv at the Earl Coye Fefry Terminal}.
<1) Old Coffee Shop c/w wasb-
tispms of timiwr oor_rt___tj_n.
Fiposr atea approaamately 1B00
J6q. ft.
IT'S STAETiED to really happen arw$
our sctool. What? Our yeanbookl, Maes.
-Day, this year's sponsor, has spent 'maich
olf her time visiting all the English claisses,
explaining how this year's book canv \be
produced efficiently at a minimum cost to
the students.  E^eb division is responsible
fpr entering pages in the yeanbook at a
"cos't of $20 a page. On Friday, the.l0-2ls
held a sock-hop at noon and raised atjout
$15.  The I0_'s have started a ra_fle and-
a-jfew dmsions have -gone out and pledged
sponsors from the losal businesses,. The
cost to the "sponsors is $10 for a whole page
and $5 for a half page. Individual clubs s*re
also responsible for raising money to1 put
however many pages they want in the yearbook.  The yearbook club will "do much of
the final work Ibut the clubs or divisions
are responsible for the layout of their page
or pages, J i
~ Christmas exams are just around the
corner, although tbe first term reports
were only issued a few weeks ago. Last
Thursday night''a very large turn-out of
grade 02 students' parents attended a meeting a. our school. The purpose of this was
to'^inform the parents of what is required
o_$he grade 12 students this year and to
let^lbe parents know how their son or
daughterds progressing this year.
Also with Christmas coming, so is our
jui^or-senior dance. The tentative date
for the dance is Friday,* the 13th.
This coming week each diyision wijl rfbe
nominating one girl, the grade H and 12
girls will be running for Snowflaike Queen,
and the grade 10 and under girls will Jiave
—&y Marilyn Hopkins
, Jeyhatt_-our senior boys were very suceess-
1 fidiftfutf not so in the Mlowing game of
JiasiettiaU, Although it was a hard-hitting
ganje with many fouls the men's team
' cai?»e flut victorious. Top scorers Cor the
evening were Craig Chamberlin for Elphie
and' Liwvdl Pearl for the men's team.
M_);8y past gnads were there and we hoipe
to .see even more when EIpMe holds her
hon»e<<_Mning *ariy in lhe spring.
-. <t&e-next scheduled game .or -our -team-
is with Squamish.
Well,' if the meek do inherit the earth,
the whole thing's going to be tied up in
litigation for years.
FOR most men Mfe is a search for the
proper maniia envelope in which to get
themselves tfiled. »
1T. us+J2*L. ■ *'.'%' &^4^P  «**» n»?_- js F^isuai^ &mtii_>ed__a«B->^ a chance at the two attendants.' Next'Fri-
m\m:<&ttem of tax&e* con- ^Tone^Ihree, five, eight and ten poubds. -day the students -at Elphie will be v_dflk-
fefv.ir_-i>-ti     turttiVi    Facrrihaiir    fiftinffle      Tko l_nan.   «_/_•«<!<__   _«<> imr_i>i_.M» _ho V.__.       _?-.____._.-_   ._-.l__       ... _T   .. . ■        *TTP
strwaiib .   with. asphait, shingle   'afjie larger fteckages axe imrariaib^ the best
sidhbg. Floor atea* approximate-    buy. '* '
WILL your trees be safip this
winter? Let us make certain.
Trees topped, Jimbed or felled,
Insured experience and guaranteed vrotk. Vtee ealety
inspections and estimates.
Phone 885-2W0. 9943-tfn
»■_■ <—...* ..ii. i  ii     mfnniimi|ii    '■ mini „>■»!■ mil. i <i|"   "ii ■■
WILL . purchase    paitjches    oj
Btandlng tlmbor.  Phone $56-
2459. '*■ leSi-tfn
I 1—,—,—-^—.
FEMALE  oook  wamtied.  Appfly
Peninsula Hotel. Jt.lt. 1  Gibsons. 9916-1
KEL1AW.E   itrustFWoaithy   rititor
wanted for 4 yr old girl, Borne
cwndnfts   &, now   yeat'-p  evxty.
Phone ^8«5-Wa. WJ21-1
„-,„    I- ■■ -■ ■!■■-» ■"■■■' mi .'.mil ■ — i
KKQUIRE rcWable lady to pro-
vide d.ay   oaro   f(>r  active 3
y^ar old, itwlc..  wouMy. Wrltxi
J}ox UB88 c/o Peninsula Tjm<_i.
Top price paid. Qood quality
irxjuJircd. ContJi-rt J. M. H_yc»,
Itecd Mohh & VcrOi 8<H*lM;Jt,
885-8313. OKWS-tfn
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SALAL pickers Wanted
Phone  Mrs.   Naida Wilson
r     8B5-9746 or write:
Box 390, Sechelt, B.C.
■» |    i i 1111   !*■•■• WWil.Wilnm•* iitoilmw i■ .ii_»-1iim.Ii m1111in w I. '» ""^
fO®, ^PNT	
HALL fot,   tent,  VfUaon Cr«r*
Com.nftnJty Hill, Contact Mr,
Gkfl  FhllUpn.  8H5-21B3.  109r»4fn
Pender Harbt>u|';', Holiday *&■
.treat with good a4^Joriage7-l85'
shore. Cozy 4 rpqM cottage. Ex-
ce-lent float, snja!H bo_t. dnly
$12,600 on terms, Call YCKJN
•PAIT, 883-2284.
Nicely wooded % ac, near 200'
shore on beantlful Sylvafi laJoe,
5 min. ito.-aeav Bidg i_ite clear.
Try your o_Cer neiar $$000. DON
TAIT, 883-2284.
Roberts Creek: Offers,are ,_>
vited oni 10 Ac. south slope,
aome view.
Last Chance! Desirable 3
Bdrm bsmt home jn convenient
location. All services, down
payment will please.
Choice waterlromt home in
charming garden setting, W-W
ciarpet thru Lit, .b£dfO&w attd
twjl. jjriok fiireplace. Tlie tow
price and easy terms will am-
aao you.
jjaqgdale; Close to ferry ttsrnv
inal, 16 lacres with 'modern a
bfidroom home, wonderful view
B-D. Full JKrice $30,000. Terms
Cower Point: Owner transfer-1
red. Half Ac, W/F park. ?0Q'
fmnit. Charming 2 bedroom cot-
■t»'Bo features lge. vi«w LR with
slono F/P, mod kit., dlpiflj. ar-
ea. l_go. , worksho-p, garage.
Many exlkw Included In full
price of $27,000. Term*.
RO'benl- C««-k: Imunaculutc 2
Bdrm, watFerfront homo on l
,pc, Modem cab. kit, Spacious
LR with tadjolnlna PR, Utility.
Full Uwint,, 12«50 IU'c. room,
oil tMMt, oar#«'e( attractive gaar-
dial, fmit tirees, etc. Full price
ortly  $23,W0.
Only  200' from  iMiadi.  3  bcid-
ro.»m, inlectrlc heat borne on V* j ^^
acre,   Transportation   onily   x*j
block mway. $18,000. Full Price,
ca*y lerma,
Waterfrontt Lohd
semi watfirfrcij-t
Block acrFeoges
We have ma^y enquiries for
Iqxtd, maiinas, con____«__l-\dey.
eiopment and cottages for,:JP«$nY
d-ir. Uarboiwf, Se<_iielt and^8u!_p
shine' Ctjast's^reas., Take advan-
iage of otir; exjensivO; conitaots
and e^perience,*to obtain a correct market {.l^uiaition and a
^atiisfactory sate- •'    .
ly 500 H. tt. '
The Ccmdittan of Sale ate*. (1)
ihe building is pit to. foejoceup-
^d^eiii'.e'pt^iihsolar .as .iis.tneces-
isary. for jemoval or d^toolition.
<2) the dwelling must "Im? re-
nipyed ior disnio-shed Ifnom its
site within 30 days, jomimencing
frbm the date of acceptance of
Prospective buyer MJJST fam^
;:'!iI^e''ij^eiTiis«aves iw_h\lttw''M'
Call collect
MqcGregpr1 Pacific
Realty Lid
688-3501 or write
No,  IM r 045 l-prr-by St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
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mtati    i'    ym'^-jmarmaimm ,* \mmim ' —"'— ■""■"  "'I1 ■.■■',l
K.. Uutlcr
Hd» Mcflnvn-wy
Rd. 1.utl(T
I_wj Tatt
Olbfioni, jn.C,
Phone tm-MK)
tm' of unrestricted view fwnt-
erfront wijh llhe finest sandy
|ieac}i. ?! bfcdroom home that is
n <^%ht to phow. $38,000.
Immaculaite — «}uairter acre
fenced and Jn lawns,' walka,
flowery, <_iruba, and patloa. 3
bedroofn house, gawge and outbuildings. Near ©chooJ.'S, beach,
and stores. $21,000.
Large lot, Selma Park, $2800.
Good terms.
$1,500 DOWN—In Seehc-t,
bedroom house, remodelled, el
octric heat, laundry room, nt-
taclied carport. Movfi rlglrt in
at $10,800.
West Sechclt^-Vlew of Trail Ie-
lapd. TUu Z bdrm electric heated comfortable cottage on 75'x
700* Jot Is a gem. $14,000 cash.
NKW, Went Rt^hclt'-Ijuxurlo-IB
4-plex on 80'x478" Jot. Own wak
er nyi&tem. 14'x20' living room,
WW <;arpcts, 2 bdrms, col.
plunrWng. ,AH with gulf view.
Fully occupied.
RECHELT—2200*, 3 bdrm home
extra bedroom and rumpus room Jn bfl*ement. Fire-
place, AoU beat, 100* water-
front., SecludM $30/)00.
SELMA , PARK - DellRhtJul a
bdrm cottiafje. Family room on
Janie lot. WW cwtpxda, electria
Iwat, $13,&00, R<"al good U-rms,
H. Gregory 885-9392
Phone 885-2013
Seebdt, B.C.
,(lj Zoning bylaws in the area
wh«te. Mtey, ate contempilating
""■'_-8J»'^ l_aiiWii«g. Codes in fiie area
where ithey are coirtempteting
pl^t^gp^ b^ditig.   " '
($) Conditions under which
i___i«ture toaa' toe moved, on
Highwiays and witbin Mundeipai-
'JtJes."   '
Of|Ber$ must be acicoropani-d by
i( certified cheque or money order made payable to the Min-
isiiiw. of Finance for 10%   of
the bid.    ,
The highest pr any offer will
not petewsflrily he accepted,
but dbifii "'beamer of a (successful
ibid will ibe required to pay the
6.6.'. Jto..
T^ie' punctoaser must raaUte full
payment within 10 day* of notification1 of acceptance of the
F&u-tstceSGful offer. O-herwise, the
deposit will be forfeited to thc
Upon illollure' to remove <he
buiidihg within 30 days, all
riffot, itWiei, and Ivtevett- «_ti?ii
mevemt th ithe Crown and monksi
paid fihaH ibe deemed to be a
p-Wta^ty and the Crown shall af-
<t*r, depose of _hein .as It scea
For  ftirthcr   taformoiUon,   con*
tnipt the local F*«iry reinrcsenta.
i tiv«. ■,..■■■■■■■•
R, fl. McKee, CJ1AIRMAN
Ad, No. m - e8/<»
Novembrr 28, im
Mm—Pub. Dec. 4, JD08
1000 FORD Antfta ddu»* mod-
«_J,  jjopd minmlng ord<T, Rood
palp),.   Pl^WKi   886-M31.      IWJ97-I
■-—■■ — *-*■■■ -«-'"■•'• ■■■■■—. ■-_>—- -...-■ |i—•——~— •
1003 FOIVD C'alnKl^, 2 door, 6
cyll. inimndard. Real elenn,
Ofw itlre, Isso! WIU tJike old
clMccf Iboat and Jrttioard on
tirade or wh,at have you? J-elly
m-2m. *mz
iniii»i'|i_w'«.wi"'wn._>i^ii- i-w"»h iHnr'-niiP""""———-.■ ■—...—^_-
FORD pWk ut» for fate. J955,
oj»e owWtn le^od mndltion I..
T..   HatWrn '885-SW3.   ■       5WJ5-1
storage is no prdblem. The dry powder
will Jseep on the kitchen shelf for several
months, but after it is opened, the package
should be tightly dosed after each use because there is a tendency to. pick up moisture, Fta-tsiBg a "caking" effect.
When mixing .skim milk powder with
water, il is best, to follow-directions on the
package. Use level measurements. When .
reconstituted, a .pound o_ _k_in milk powder
makes four quarts of milk. The cost per
quart can be readily calculated.
The' tyipe ef powder on lhe marfeet today dissolves instantly in water, but once
it is converted into liquid milk it must be
treated as fresh milk and kepjt refrigerated.
And fcere ip Eom .thing to try 2 powdered
milfc cm foe .used to extend fresh wheUe
milk by combining equal parts of skim
milkvm.de ftoni the powder, with whole
milk, U'» a great milk-money .rtre-cher.
Maiiy people prefer to drink the milk this
way,,/. . ',■,..■..
M^is nature's, most* perfect food fault
how much are you supposed to drink? Canada 's Food Guide suggests the following
for e^ch day:
Children (up to about u years)Tf^_a
Mole$cen-s-4 cups.
Adults—a% cups.
Eitpectant ?ind nursing mothers*—4 cups.
Roconstitutted sjdm milk Is the most
economical tony when <jpmpared to other
milks, Since the dry unilk powder contains
35 j>er cent high quality protein, it is also
the best pwxteln bargain when compared to
other sources such as meat, fish or poultry,
So be assured, you are not deiprjvipg
your famijy jnutritiolnally if you decide to
t_oi_»joiia.e by xmbg pkim milk powder.
Jf you have any questiops al^out'isWm,
milk powder, or any comj»laint8 about your
purcjuise of it, send tbegn to National Office, Consumers' Association of Canada,
300 Gloucester St., Ottawa 4.
Spr their eboice, although the winners won't
be announcfed'nntil the tight of the""da^ceJ;
Friday night Elphie's senior boys hosted,
the local men's team for a game of volley-'.
ball and basketball.  The first ganie, vol; '
mnmtW$ at PIDEt
Sales - Service - Poits
* Ammunition
• Fishing Tackle
* V Pulleys
* Pipe-.Fittings
♦ V Belts
, • Monopra Ropes
* Monomel Paints
■» Zincs
Bring in your OUTBOARD for
Winter Servicing ond Storage
MAftl«Ell/AY$ i toMHSr :
.    MuntSpjg ob«^ Filing
madielt® Perk - S§3-^^0
V "' \'l A .
T8C1 - _V.TO_OPM iL!€¥
Public Notice is hereby given to the t^ecttm.of Hie Viltyfle off
Gibsons that pt the close of nomihorions, 12 o'clock noon, November
25. 19$8- there being no fuit|h«r nomiabtions I declare- elected by
occlamatpon the following candidates far a-.Jtnto year terni/ 1969 ana
1970:--- ■_ ''"■'."y-;^ ■■''■" ''''' " ' ' 'v' ■?
KEMNETH EDWARD GOE>5>AflO, aa on Aldornan/
November 25,1968;
ftetfirfting Officer
I*      ,  u
M, ._rT; PCrjt^_"'-iA i'-^Wtft^'r-'tn^Vf,
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fnnd^V 6c&<kI — lOsOO a.m.
tDbnatS* lmntem ■— Ili10a.m.
Yom orp invited toot tend any or eoch service
IA,    II
J«ll. fiHWUBwa
StHMtoy S«S»ool lOiOO a.cn.
C6ufe& £e>vlc« 11:19 «-st.
fwsstog $&rlc9 7(10 p._-
bmvh fey btx>4 end Art>\ttvt
it t&ttfaa up tioaa, Ml0~vr«y)
8:00 o-m. £wv Sunday
9:30 a.m. Church School
11:00 a.m. 2n<t 4th, 5th Sundays
7;30 pjm. J mt ond 3rd Sundays
, Service* held riOT'oily Jf*     , ^krti
for Mormotton |>han» 885-9793
[very Wed 10 om ML Communion St. Hilda's
• This free reminder of comiflo mpnis Is a eervlop of SECMEUT AGENCIES
LTD. Pbon# Pmlnwl* Tlt^tn direct for Irca lUtlngs, tp&eltylnv "Pot*
Ppd"i Pleose oxfte thot ppoifo Is lltt>it<jd of«d eome odva»,M, jdofw tnoy
hpva tif wait their turn; <jiIk> that (this )a a "ir#mlr>dof" llBflnfl only and
fibnflot always carry fuU outfall*. Y
Pec, 4—7;30 p,m. Sechelt School Activity ftpom, Public Meeting fo
■ v   dl6cuss School ReTewndurn No, 9.
Dpp, 6—2-4 p.m. Christian Education Centre, <?lfc>son9,. United Church
Christmas Bazaar,
Pec. 7—-A a.m.-fl p.m. Glbsonn Muntclpal Holl. Votjna on Sewaoo
Oec. 7-rB a.m,-0 p.m. Sechel Uijlon Holl. Election day ior VIHaoe
Aldermen and School Trustees, ,
Dep. 7—^8 a.m.-8 p.m. Vot|ng thrpughoyt district on School Reeferen-
dum No. 9, '
. ,  'F
Dec, 7—Pender Harbour oroq. Girl Guide Aosn. Annuel Nut Sole.
Dec. 7—F-Sechelt area, Boy Scout Atw. Annual Nu|t Sale.
Dec. 7—Roberts Creek Hp|l, Anou9| (Rod A Guri C<ub Banquet.
Dec. II—2 p.m, Madeira Pork Cl|r»'|c. Hospital AuKlllory Meeting.
Dec, 12—11:30 q.rn, Casa Marline.. Sechelt Hospital Auxlllory Lun;
cheon Meeting. ,;
Multiple lifting Senrka
Vonc-vYer Retil Eetpta
Scchdf 095-3161 24HOU4$ Gibccna C06-701D
"., j*.*.* f 04% .#■ IF-Wrt ^T i» I mother strike
Wmt/pie.Ti%ep<   \, „ k, ?A,       '.,5'
^^^>ft^Sed_^in_lage_-^  j-   |
. to stjimMe from 910© w$$^r ^yan^eR. ' ,    •"
fhe lingering stoeii __^j$$fa$o( 0$
Bail was |iilt begmfiing s|» feck away and    v
to. we _3^ taxpayer ate stock j&Jwrai again.    Y^
, .po vwa^jips ibpi$k~>m olnort^   We*     ,,.
. usable fotec«> of jarfcjpertor jai AtUtii.jmS - ^sBSrrJKi
^x&^U^m^^smd&Tmf^ iMg
ibe we, miaMy, we are jtofcflL, fox pari, and Wflflif
zeamUon eqi%toesnl^«r_ici_ could Imj bet- ) M#i
, to jpeaisd m ptojfeky aJready owaetf hy,   *^TO
#e Village. ,       _ ...... WJ?:^
w _ _fc ^_S_m__M 0, «_/Sijuiii_w_«iU-> *
^«#i^Jpft'-_a|' mm;$im mm; Uwu mm ?##
,•«__ _______ _. _______ ^^«-•'^SSS^S^1»,
IM __+_V,r_«-»__'t- __£_*_   -i_d__- &_<!.__ ■
.   Further inore-. ids i_ to «pa-wv©ritWiof f^Mfky ^«w -*,^ ■ - ^j\**£*&*!.=. tt** *tt*-re ,«-»■ ^«—» «—■*»■ »*f• -
the aiiea zoning bylaw and Jitters <jM**t ***.. J8S#*ft&__*S* &¥$■%$&&*: ^AMMl^^p ^mj?m£me.
axe 1 aJwady , jb» __o- Jj-ods ©I ibe y_Ua_» No*J#fr^$Mf;W m,|w» 1flhW& < »«.« d&to4 tffe .J&fo ls£_-|___l tift$
<*»*.      y           ,                          > !^|M^M.i4Ms_J_atoliri#fe fe*_UK «4s_-s^ii-^»l-V l,.-!^ .nbo 0Q£b»
As an-owner pi ho&fo rewknlM and bot^i^mimMLmUi Vuk £m___m *& tt*^"" jNh_w&& «SUL Assa^tioii ^«_id#
eomiriemal pfop_'rty in. itfae VMAage o! £e- --^ji^SESEftiiJ^__r!feJ^_1_rSr,!^.tf^ **.&£_ w r,_«_*_i_vj- _.«l^ AA««ui w,__ &ta.__*
efcelt., I tow will support ifihe bylaw and
Jodie ionnal protest M anyiaitent faw-
any a*temt to ««■   feg, «^ Whd4c^ilitf 4te _k_H; g-yfe^-tt
NO»M.vAtSON    ofA.M^e.;, -;        JJ
,#._-___._. i_A'_ _:-iidi. tvj_fi___. it l_i.__i Ui imu
-Swi itt^AL
It w^.sej'u^^admia^ifer 'a'five year   « Olfer aneinbets <_; fee .ioardLaspej, Jani-S
, priOgram, ftrCB^^g^'^ubS^ fa,(^€^n^:C__gt,C6_i_ll_. j£,'i& new AT-
lodian, P1s_.-^_ei£^-.'Msifiafe#, .?i_>ij__i   yattsj-'Mian Band;'fi *, mmty, C^4-
.___,.,„ —.<v. ___.___.-_.-_y;-_._-ja^|fer ^ j^,. ajEHoettt' Of&eet  wiflt, tbe^Indjan ^Amafep
JMs_S_:'_vesseI_i   Branch ySSlt&n&i teb amT^ltw
1   fjr >'
1   !,-(
^1    ~F>
©«lMpj_e_.t., <&& mt mr&Y&emi&, as of Wi <____ #tt M ^_.^%«*&__
weU ls'|^^tehl-4# _f_m^^giii»es/   -' Vmn; M %., % $tMt$&, mMM 1^
-> pfajmew^ ^t&M'tsszMf'b&p up- t^m,vym. *&£m, dt^miiffynrtm&t
^ade3^feE^n^t^j_lg-3g|^ng<^^ -  ttt   ^^   '■ .    y $
Special thanks
EditW*, 1_ie Times,
.  Sir—Ojib_ao--s, AiUjletie Associaifion would
Mk£le -pay a jspeela! ibanlk you ifoitih.© follow-
Ing Sndi_iduals arid o-rgaijiz-t'taioljs for jfebeir' wj
ico-openation durdng the year _9_T-68  _o- er
wards puifctag the Brotiiers Menioriai Paifc   an_j£.„„—     „ ^_  ^.   —_ ^^^^   _.  ., ,,..- „.J.t>,-jV   .  „ .	
into use-                  1   ,       . hocwm\mM^ im<Mw&i%tm<>& ^Pi^^k^^tS^Z
L. Bwansoh, N. Ho«gh, b> EJander, J. ** P^J^^J^r'" '"" ""     *" ** ^'"^ ^ "^ *" * ^
Chastfer, C. Cb___t___ia> <3, W«a_, Bay loti^xtfMj .f»4 i^1 Md
JUn^dq,   E(. B-efltalaa, *W, I-jigren, 4V.    w.*.W#Wjl«fe Of iJopuferily ..__ __. ^j^^*
Priefe, C. Sicb-te, Gi Boser, B. Biutter, P&nt Pf" S^fit wNM&wtes oast.      ,                   PW^"
Meton   Community   As&odatioB,   GSlbsons ^^'^^^sw^e^^nsydlsts^.iof
iBdiiding Sulpply, Twin Cjreek Lumlber, _?wa- Se&Mt ^''t^K iit, jfefesj ai_4 Tt&tfc. Gat-*
"nis CSlulb, Iflnsanen,     J deai ofiPos^i ,^s_^" wfeo tooii'si v<btes.      f»a_» IP tegap u_e-cosawence <ot rae'iwoi
The financiaa support and dona_ons of „*fc,^ ..W^YA          '-*     >^       ■        pie; Stie mm siifcm ttotkrn *&_% of   gaihl\^'mm^Sdi^4p^e*^"Slhttr
lalttour .giy^en to Hhe projedt manager, Mjr. KWA»«W_^IOM$S   ;   ^                    "f   what itey are ^ojnr to 4«.., „ ',   .   --' *-* ^lumbia^  >.-  -'"^-/-Y' ^
C. p. Mentine, h'as gr^tly assisted us in ^phn Ve&eMck made a las^diteb. effort' '    "I'm ©fitjy^priea' $0l_tf .rip l&iap -eJec'-'   " "TfieNDE -_adEeir _^*tt_£ _W___mj_M
pr#ariilg ithe Eeld Sttr jxse toy fibe toaselbal, to Mve\{m^&#^tMf eo&y&B&i tjpfc " tion,4' ^Sfeacban ecM_ti_^_d, "feecauisei Pi?e-    suggested that B.C. taJse over jthe Yaton
softbal and soocer leagues.               ' ^po_|ed?&oimt*»AfaiktDP'eWo, foMtsS-by*- ■ mier Bea_tjett J_as'te go a long way to jne-   W .the $MTiLiC^JZ^~%L®f>y2t &*&
m_^_l _,,,,,,,„„,. ,VY.,,.,,'_Y.- 1=. : r-s—_-, -—^     ciban said fli. ia^ 3»*§. "to Jiaj-e^piBoplets
■ ",s wife ^i_a^.;iifeifi^&,^a©»;-
for the Mic^^lg^ ftdir^/.B-m^wclK
_1..L__. .*   «<   '__J___.ii.  *__.J    -»_.._.    _.A-J>x^
"doing^ s__aetfo_3g, a$)WUit -be #nter 'works
isl IH ©S3 _H3-^_£li_g fls-2___Ssf.0E.ii &M
Mot Mr Farn£aie&.
avtem-Agenftei *'flM£ timing"
Me _--H-Igsi and ^ig^lilgr 1st3taE..i_:.ori,
ER WS. - SEMilT, B.C.
Sal iloek - <sibs©f.s
Every Wednesday
Phone 685-2818
Open in tiie Richter Block
Secheifc B.C.
^c.m. toSp.m;Tue^oy-Sair_u-lcy  ,
: 9«/iH9 !3>lliVf-llf«
ine Biiighitest $pot ,«n the Highway
dppps^e >h# Hieh Sehctfl - Gipzmn f
fot Tioke OHf Ordera I'hbne ©35-2^33 l
  ' ■       ■ "" »'■_.*" v 'im.hi   ..
I       fdephbno 686-2069 '
{hotteiy, Supplies, classes & firing
dealer for Duricab's Ceramic probucts
Pinb ltd. & Gran^vim Ave.
P.O. Box _2, Gibbins, B.C.
Septic Tahiti end JDroin Kctds - j_tdc__biiio and!
FMuit find to_de_ W«i_- '
Bo^etied Ceraeot Gravel - FiU oiid Roid tSrfevl-
Phone 885-9666 - ftox 172 - S&ft&f
1     1 . .1      "..   *"    ;. ■;        li ' ll..      1 ■■     ■- ' ■ ■    -
Oil Stoves and Heaters
Cleaned and Serviced
Port Mfelloh to fearl'S C&Ve
Gibsons, O.C. Phono GB&$d3G
Custom cabinetry for home olid office.
Kitchfen ISpefciollJrts      '
It: OirWn. Oodch Ave;, Robert. Crcelt'
^ymoh^MM&ii );,;''.i;t
Hi' YoW Fiiel Supplieu
Donny Wheeler
086-9663 - Hopkins landing
Tailored Suits   by Oijopeshire
Work ond Dress Clothlhg
Accessaries - Jewelry
Watch Repairs - Timex Watchte
1505 Morlno - Phono 8S6-2116
4c___i Mirid-Sm-Jh
W*4nd4*k_-   0Mr*r      ■**   f
- 7j_H_4M
1 •*' ""ftj*J
Y •:; mm SB6-2231
^^i»^»y»«___i»7 >^l i..   fi    _-
, j,    ^ «-*«* J_r# ^ f.
HeavyEqurpn.fe_tMoVmg& Log TdWing '
■>.!■■-.      * <«H
' cissof.s hArdv/are tm
t   No dciwbjtxaipn&it'f ©ewk intenKt a
t, Complete line or appliances
it'' J>± " ._.*— *--*   J»-j» ««•* SS*f>
____g 'fo prevFeifit Ifi-e""lapeef our JpBovmce
n t-trough strip j_l__ttg aad,«fiier ctaatos on
«   our natural resourees," SbF^AaiQ said.
, "Eyeiyth__g j? sacr__eed to tile last dollar. Tttey itofc <jhly of itoday .,. - ifafeyer hi
tQjaorro^/' _*Pl-!ha_: skid, fife J3PP leader
said that fo'i^fi dwjaeri bave pHvEeges not
extefided to CSs_tadiai& t_iaj_es-fei He riain-
ed one compass lUbat ibas a profit of $1 wil-
3io_ *a«_i monii yet pajS-s no income itax.
"Th^y are allowed 4o iwrifce off t__ar e&pttal
investmesit in ifcdr ficst .years/' &e said-
"D-e tompia-i-- that came So lor Str^ich-
an's criticism are Am^A^an a^d 'iapaxs^se
owtfed, "But jPitd not afiti-Aa_.eieican or ato4i-
Japanese oir _»-_li^Mi_g eJ_fe," &e said,
"I'm just ,f_»-C&____an." Sfa-Kdban fcjmqi-
pl__jed ■Ukt -toefcs irHitese iCo_apaitS.e_ oey-
er gat on fii^ bpfe& roSrKtKt -so Canadians
tiate de_led feWfe pari biyvhmlBp Sn tbeni.
"ISTfe l^4Mjiieal ioiiithoi oi ov&^cowS-j?
^___ -,v^iUi   J "  ,_^JLAUk„Ji^M_-»*   teimmd.p*i,<^\?.u& owned Ofl
COAST     "     RgPLACEMEMT   to Citba. So tbe _gov _n_m__it had to get
'J__ll_lCf litH; ' -j£ $?&SiAt^tt   isamai CanaiHaj__m_l_s, to meet <l_* eotsupait-
C 4 S 5ALES '
- ie_-lC_t^   .
Phone 885-9713
.     ' ■. ' ,	
LocfW - Mfinf-.- C_i»ld_en's,We0f
Yard Goods - Bedding - linens
Diet 035--?331 - $mhe% B.C.
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£*z:LZiLL:z£ZJiL£<^~^ {  . ' A ��3 -J *��� L  Poge A-4  The Peninsula Times       Wednesday- December 4* 191*8  ThePeniwsula^^-^  .  |����  tY?_.  | ��ug. ��; _>��w_. &tf J shall not bc so wrong as to fail to say what I bctievejoj* afetaj  -.nr^r.. W��e___b.1^  **^   ii ii______Wmr-~���.������������������^���^^ ��� 11 I  WMUMM*11'1*'  ESTABLISHMENT of a Regional Pis-  trict on the Sunshine Coast two years  ago was viewed with the usual misgivings and certain trepidation by many  taxpayers and certainly, to this time, it is  extremely doubtful if achievements have  warranted the high cost involved.  Most sorry situation is that of the  garbage disposal district approved a year  ago. Since that time three dumps have  been established, Gibsons, Sechelt and  Pender Harbour and each one of them  has presented problems. As to an actual  collection disposal system, it would appear we still have a long wait ahead-  However, this is not altogether the fault  of the Board for it was faced with problems regarding compilation of assessment rolls. For assistance an approach  was made to Victoria but was rejected  until a barrel of publicity was fired by  way of The Times and threat of resignation by the Board. Assurances quickly  followed that IBM cards would be supplied by the surveyor of taxes.  This has proved a major operation  although indicatoins now are that light  is dawning and action might be expected  to materialize without too many more  months passing.  Passing of the recent Water Supply  and Distribution By-law might well be  taken as an expression of faith by the  public and the coming year will provide  ample opportunity for that faith to be  justified.  Very many taxpayers have grave  doubts as to what they wbuld be letting  >&*_#  Yit J_ * ff..,*fwf4#,*lira  ��-'4 "  v^e_aj^______a  miMmm  "Lmm^m^^pi%$mm  themselves in for, others had no reason  whatsover to commit themselves to the  project. Nevertheless, they appreciated  the fact such a system is necessary and  regardless of possible higher taxation,  voted a substantial "yes".  Both ball and bat now rest in the  hands of the Regional Board and how  capable the hands will be remains to be  seen. Initial costs of the scheme will  prove substantial and probably far more  than has been visualized; water is however, normally a profitable undertaking  and should not impose too great a burden  upon anyone. Once completed there is  no knowing just what prospects face  the Sunshine Coast.  One significant fact not to be overlooked is that the Regional District is  able to bring in facilities previously little  more than a day-dream. As pointed out  so often in the past it is an official body  equipped to directly negotiate with Victoria whereas in the past small groups,  with good intentions, invariably gave up  their abjectives when it became obvious  they were getting no co-operation from  ithe provincial government.  The co-operation still leaves much to J 057 Owner electors  be desired but0a glimmer of light does at  least now show through. As a result there  is every chance we will embark upon the  path of progress which will ultimately  lead to an entirely new and prosperous  future for the whole area.  This, at least, is what most of us  look forward tp and indeed expect.  Whether it will prove to be so only time  will telL  13 per cent eligible votes  registered on recent bylaw  BSIi]  ��1 li-Sl  IiadlaMg nausea! -tar v^tesi  WITHOUT doubt there are Indians living on reserves throughout the country who desperately need assistance,  there are also reserves which are a great  credit to the residents who for neatness  and cleanliness are able to put many  white people to shame. Why this contrast should be is something, we do not  at this time profess to know.  Certainly a great deal is being done  for the native Indians of late such as  substantial __Lnanrial assistance for purchase of homes, fishboats and equipment  etc School in this area, particularly,  have adopted a 'policy of integration  which is proving worthwhile and a number of local Indians have been employed  for some time in responsible positions at  the Port Mellon Mill. Indians are employed in other small businesses in the  area as well as in St. Mary's Hospital.  It must therefore turn the stomaches  of many responsible residents to hear  those of the leftist element come into the  area echoing the rabble rousing American  civil rights insurgent's crys of "Discrimination, Red Power and apartheid"  That Canadians who claim to wear the  cloak of responsibility should spread this  insidious indoctrine is bad enough, that  they should insult the Indians by looking  upon them as being sufficiently gullible  to fall for vote seeking patter is (even  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W. Fletcher  INNUENDO  It's time for a pause to examine the cause  Of civil unrest in the nation.  We can't blame thc poor who have felt insecure  Nor indolent administration,  Thc question of race is a hard one to face,  ��� But that isn't cause���just a reason.  Thc same's true of dope and a forsaken hope  Which knows neither censor nor season.  I  Just wiileh your 'IV and you'll rapidly t.ee  Why riots arc varied adventures.  More fatal than death is u case of bad breath?  And what about dubious dentures?  Mow many respond to spend iife as a blonde  With sprays and shampoo stuff to slosh in?  Ami mothers must iliylu io pet whitor than  white ' /  And upstage the neighbor's week's' washing  Now how can you tell that you really don't  smell?  (      What's had as a five-o'clock shadow?  "    , Willi pllnk ol miliars and lhe Mink of the curs,  No wonder the country's In trouble I  worse.  Indians not stupid, but it would be  absurd to suggest everything is a bed of  roses for such is not the case. However, great strides are being made both  by the Indian bands and by the Department of Indian Affairs. A big gap certainly remains to be bridged but this will  not be  accomplished with inflamatory  speeches  by  power hungry  politicians  who happily throw in with hippies, mili-*  tants   and  anarchist  oriented   trouble  makers- for the soke __L ��bta_____ng.._,-_es.  It takes little imag____ion to visualize  the sort of government we would have if  elected by people* who are nothing more  than dregs of society.  We hav��. warned in the past that  communist infiltration is a very real  threat and at this time the wheels of the  Kremlin are turning efficiently and with  increasinig tempo. Wherever trouble  exists the hammer and sickle dominates  the scene. It started in the southern  United States, spread north and has penetrated Canadian borders. The Viet Nam,  Africa, Middle East, Italy, are but a few  of the other countries presently in the  throes of internal problems behind which  lies the guiding hand of Russia.  Strangely enough we hear so little  from the red banner wavers when big  brother Moscow impeaches upon the  freedom of small countries seeking escape  from the demoralizing domination of the  Soviet.  It is too bad that any political party  should have within its ranks those who  care not who or what they discredit  providing they obtain their objectives.  The only solution lies within the rank  and file of the party to erradioate such  malcontents before irreparable damage  is done.  One bad apple in the keg and rot  soon sets in. This is happening throughout the western world right now and unless a little sorting out is done soon it  is certain the future holds little to look  forward to. ^  EOLIKWMG recent success at the polls  Sunsi-tiue. Coast Regional District Bylaws No's 17, 18 and 19 were adopted at  lasit week's meeting of the Regional Board  By-laws cover street lighting at Langdale  and Davis Bay-"Wilson Creek areas, also  wharf and public access lighting at Gambier Harlbour - New iRnghiton and West Bay  areas-  Three readings were also given Money  By-law No. 23 giving the Board permission  to borrow a sum not exceeding $20,000  from the Bank of Montreal, Sechelt. Taxes  w_l repay this money.  A-serft By-law No 21 which received ap-  proval in all electoral areas except area A  covering Pender Haribour and district allows the Board to request that Letters Patent be amended to include water supply  and distrifouition as a function of the Regional Distract, in al areas where approved.  Regional Board. ���wJU osw a-k.-Ses-wSBt  _��,ffl_a_ve, C_m___3_ soizeamssasr ssatttotuk^atr-tSn^  i__a;plemFe_ttot_c>i- <_> waiter supply  and distribution, r.   ., _  INTEREST  Secretary Charles Gooding reported that  10S7 owner electors voted on the water bylaw, representing 13 per cent of those eligible to vote, la>st year only 6 per cent cast  a vote at the polls.  There were several complainits aibout  omissions from the voters list and Mr  Gooding pointed out ithe ____cuility of using  a single list to cover all electoral areas.  This was most apparent m the Giibsons  area, it being di__.cult to explain the boundaries between areas F, E, and D The  only solultaon will be to set up a separate  list for ea'ch electoral area.  FAILURE  Although   By-law   No.   20   received   a  favourable  58 per   cent  vote  it   did  not  achieve the required -0 per cent. All directors felt they were to blame for not _u_fi-  ciently explaining the by-law which would  provide wharlf and pulbJic access lighting  throughout the Regional District  Director Lome Wolverton coanmemted  that as a result of "Hie pulblic meetings held  prior to voting day. he realized that people  do not yet realize the functions of the Re  gional Board and m which areas it is possible to help them Also the puibhc monthly  meetings should be publicized.  APPRECIATION  All directors expressed appreciation of  those who worked during polling day which  ran very smoothly Appreciation was also  expressed to the press for good news and  editorial coverage prior to the presentation  of by-laws  TilNEMPLOYIMENT in British Columlbia is  on the increase.     /  Statistics released by the department revealed an increase of almost one per cent  in unemployment during Oc_ober.  Aihout 42,000 etf the total labor force of  7l99,O0t. are now out of work, the report said.  This represents an increase of 6,000 or  8 per cent, since the end of Septemlber,  said the statement.  However, the report said, unemiploy-  'ment has increased by only 2,000���or .2 per  cent���over this time last year.  At the same time, employment in the  province has gnown with the labor force  to stand at 18,000 more than at this time  last year, the statement said.  Sechelt Notes  Mr. and Mis, George Adams <o_ Cowrie  State* bave iretaned to Sechelt (after spending a few days __ Vianeouver.  Friends of Mm.. Jessie tetoeo wil be  glad iho bear _fl__ is making a good meiDov-  ery from her reeesmt .illness.  Mrs M. Wi_ia__s of Davis Bay is look-  log forward to a visit with iber jsoo amid  daugfohe_-in_a>w Mr.' and, Mire. Noiraiiao.  Franske of Powell Biver, tocher of Mis.  Vic Fram-lce of "Vic's Motel in Davis Bay.  Coming feom Vsameouver to ihelp mom  _heir friend Mrs. Vera Clark of Davis Bay  into ixer new apartment ait the Senior dti-  zeibs home was Mass Marie Steel and Mr.  Bill Hunter, Mrs. Clark is looking forwatd  to living in her new (home,   i  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matter from Chase  spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and  Mrs. L. H. Benner in Setoa Park.  Mr, Ed Messnar of Selma Park is a happy and proud hunter of 2 dear.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Redman spent the  week-end in Vancouver.  Miss Cairalee Johnson visited her parents Mr. and Mrs Leo Johnson over the  week-end.  Many of our residents are plaiining cruises over the Christina- holidays, Mr. and  Mrs. E. Mongoimery and Carl, Mr. amid  Mrs. B J. Lang w_*h Howaid, and the  Jack Redmans and Bill Rankins are travelling to warmer climes.  LUNCHEON MEETING  The Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary members  will held liheir annual luncheon meeting at  the Casa Martinez Restaurant in Davis  Bay on December 12th at 11.30 am.  promt. Business reports, election of officers and the uastallation ceremony will be  on the agenda.  The new executive will be insballed by  Mr T Wagemaker, administrator of the  St Mary's Hospital Sechelt. The Ghristonais  atmospihere together with fine foods will  make this an excellent occasion.  ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stroshean of Wilson  Creak held their 36th wedding anrnvensary  celebration on Satiirday, November 30th.  HOME FROM GREAT NORTH  Captain Angus Thodeson has amrived  home in West Sechelt from the North West  Territories whene he spent 6 months captain on the MacKenzie Raver. Captain Thodeson, inclines to like ithe country up there.  Upon leaving on his motoring trip home he  the fe__per_Jtu_ie wias 23 to 25 degrees below. The roads were icy and slippery bmt  as he came farther south they soon cleared  up. Welcome home.  An Albany, New York, housewife woke  up at midnight to find a burglar in her living room She could think of nothing to say  other than, "What arie you doing?"  "I'd rather not discuss it," said the  intruder, and ran from the house.  Any ��ue-tiotis please?  Q If I maintain a dependent, ragardless  of relationship, while working, why am I  denied the dependency rate of benefit when  I am  drawing Unemployment Insurance'  A Certain dependents do not qualify as  such .under the Unemployment Insurance  Regulations.  ' A dependencey rate of benefit is paid  m respect of a person who is wholly or  mainly supported iby the claimant in an  establishment maintained by him and includes only:  A wife, maintained wholly or mainly,  unless the wife's earnings or Unemployment Insurance benefits, or both,, exceed  $25 weekly. ;  A child, under 16 years, maintained  wholly or mainly, unless the child's earnings or Unemployment Insurance benefits,  or both, exceed $25 weekly ;  Amy person connected by blood relationship or marriage wholly or mainly mam-  tamed m an establishment maintained by  the claimant unless that person's income  from any source exceeds $25 This excludes  cousins, or relatives bv adoption or marriage, ie. brothers, and sisters of spouse  and ibtep child or adopted child.  The dependent claimed must live in  Canada or in one of the United States of  America with which Canada has a reciprocal agreement in the matter.  THE PENINStJLA,lyfc^04.  JPubllHlw.d Wednesdays ��t Sechelt  on Jl.C.'tt .Sitntiliknc Coast   ,  by  Sechelt Pcnlnuiilu Times Ltd.  ,        J)ok 3K1 - Sechelt. JD.C.  Ihniglax (i, Wheeler, Editor  H, il, Atxnurd, Publisher  SubwiiIption Rules:  (In advance)  ��   Ycinr,   $>  -   2   Yearn,   *5>   -   3   Yean, $13  U.S. unci 1'orcslgi. $>..^0  Serving the area from Vort Mellon to Pgmt   1  (Howe Sound to Unit Inlet)  Choosing best milk  to feed your baby  II'1 YOU will lb- feeding your baby by bot-  tlt", ifind out from your doctor im* your health  centre what kind of cow's milk i_ .best for  your baby. Babies arc adaptable and imay  thrive ort> any one of several formulas.  Three common kinds of milk used to  feud babies are: frerii cow's milk, canned  vvajwrakd (whole or half fikimmod) and  powdered whole milk, says the federal  health department publication, The Canadian Mother and Child.  Jf you use ItchI. cow'k milk, bo wire It  In pa.sleuri/.ed. Jf you have to use raw milk,  you can pa.s.curb.c il nt home. New germ."  may come in contact witih Live milk, how-,  ever, which is why ba.>y'(i formula must bc  Meritkcd when it is imadc. <-  Evaporated milk h very often used to  feed babies because it is always clean and  free from germs when opened. It is more  'easily digested than fres-li milk ibcruuse of  the heatinR process Jn the canning. Name,  doctors recommend that babies be fed for  the first one or two months on hnl.f-s.cilm-  med evaporated milk, because H lis caster  for some babies to digest. *   .  CLOTHES UNES-Opera giant Noel Jan  Tyl, the six foot 10 bass op the Vancouver Opera's Barlber of Seville, has to go to  oon-ideraib-e troultfte to get flasteonalble  rainment to cover his massive frame. So  when he. turned up at ,a fancy reception  wearing a leather coat and a fur hat and  a local Society belle cotmpliimented him on  thc geUnp,' Tyl was juslMfllbly hapi*y and  was all set to go into a six-minute speech  aibout the origins of the coat and hat. But  before he could say a word, thc woman  unintentionally Wiled the compliment by  adding breatlilesly, "You look just like a  Winnipeg poiliceiman."  *   *   *  QUICKNlKS-vThe Georgia Straight  crowd planned to run the picture of lien tie  John LeFnnon and girl friend Yoko Ono l>u|  the   print  shop  which  handles   the   paper  said the saime thing as the record company  whlich nixed the photo ,as an album cover-  "U'gh and uh, uhl",. . ."The man resfmn.  Bible for the decor hi the full wale rcilvnlU.il-  latlon   of   tho   Devonshire   UoLeiPs   Hiiesls  rooms is Interior. designer Howard Harris,  a son of famed Canadian pa I niter, Uawren  (Group of S��ven)  HarrU. So why   weren'i  any Canadian piulrilem represented In ihe  artwork used in each rotum, "Because lhe  I-rillsb    maM'    muc|i    more    Inexpensive  "prints." . . . The pev. reconstruction, cu. I-  JnR aibout $100,000 for each wf the six I'U.'nr,  will add ?W�� guest rooms by elimination of  the remaining kitchens, Nexil sUiRe of the  development,   after  the   rooims,   ii.   n   ;w-  room   tower  and   convention  hull, on   the  hotel's pa riding lot.  ��   *   *  lock  llll  flll.V  JU'fI  Am experienced fireman Jn �� volunteer  fire depart men! in wiul.li Florida .answered  lhe phone and ������. told tfuit tile caller's  'house, was on fire,  "Jt will take up about, twenty im.imi|.cK  to net 1hcrc; can ywi keep the fire ivtlnn  till we net there?" be *.4.m1 iin all serious-  TYPE RECORDINGS���Wouifcleil ;  promoter Jimmy Hill underwent si 111  other operation at St. J'will's fhe other  and wilil ppobalhly be Jn hospital until  bofore Christmas. l.iiitcs. sui'f.cry was in  save a kidney that was hit hy one ol lhc  bu'H.-.H l.twi'l pierced ills My In'Mini roller  whop shooting . . . Charlla Libko who inn  the Ikulihiinan shoppe, locally lias Jimnpeil io  Canadian Breweries In CaiKiiry . . . Sun  business \vriter Mikt Cobb but. left jouniu  Jlwm to join NaH Frankd'i ex;putulii_i> (,'|J,||.  1n:ln J interna lion operation . , . IM' l.n.n.  are mnikilnig noises as If they'd like \��� ,.,.(  put of the  CJfJ-'a  tdcvlwon deal  on  lhc  grounds that inadequate  coverage  maikes  the game look bad. And the Pacific National Exhibition is making noises as if it  would like a- cut of the TV revenue  as  part   off  the   already   faniUistllc   rent   for  JEtoiipiire Stadium. P.ut two and two together  '��� -..".. Roj��er Schlffer, the youthful promoter  jSind cl_b'operator who fonmod tne syndi-  calte that blew alii those bucks on Tiny Tim,  .has bowed out as mahaiger of the ltcitinal  Circus en Pa vie Street. The Ohong family,  .���Which runs the Shanghai Junk and the Ble-  j'gant Parlo has Installed Dave Graham as  inew manager ,ctf the Cincus which will go  'with movies and light shows . . . When the  ,,Yugoslav   a.mlbassador   t'oi Ottawa   turned  'uip in Vancouver at H&S Canvas  Gallery  on West ThlrtynE-iighith to pipen. tlie first  showing   of   a   North   American   tour   of  Yugoslavian prints, he was greeted by a .  large mob of i>ur.porled'ly  aniLl-Cotmimunlsit  Oroa'tians   wlho   hollered   obscenities   and  insulted people entering the gallery. Most  outraged   visitor   was  architect   Vladimir  Plnsvlk, �� Yugoilslav Olympic athlete who  juimiped  liis   team   and   came   to  Canada  . several years 'H.go, to get away from  the  reiglimc. When he caroo through the picket  line because he wanted to see the art, or  his  native iand,  one of the  pickets   sipait  (on  hl.m.  The picket/ was   Canadian   born  . . . The demonstration came as no surprise to tho iiitmbassador. The JtCIMJ' had  warned   hl.rq, of   the, possibility  the   day  bdfore.  ���    mi*  GRANVILLE GABBLER���United Allr-  llncB in the biggest creditor of the defunct  Vancouver Jtoynts Soccer Club, leading a  Mint that 'totals nearly $80,000 . ; . When n  bank oiflflclal blow the wlhlstle on a suspected pusher oi forged money orders, the  other day the subsequent police Jnvestigia-  tion Jed to a stake-but in and around the  Blue Hiorixon Hotel where the susipect was  thowgM to (be nnglsitered. Ollficers followed  one Likely looking chap up the eliivintor  and imto the bar, watched while he or-  derod a .drlrtk nnd tlhen foWlo-wed him Into  the men'is rootin where they asked for  l.D, and friske4 him, Horiron manager  R��ed Hayden igot the welll kmiwn  biuiinetia xniiin exff the hook when he Ideti-  flod hlim as one of 1.h(^ hoU>l's beiter eus-  tomcira . .. Many eanjrtoyees of the ncarfby  i i   " "  �� i  city street seen  CJ.C who use the coMee shop were also  stowed and frisked leading to a s'care  that the police were on the lookout for  grass, The next sound you heard Wias the  loud sigh of relief that the police were  only looking for a crook.  F�� ��� ���  .LEFTOVERS-nPuring a visit by Canadian Jewish Congress president Monroe  Abby, QC, from Montreal, a local function-  ery ini^rodiiicdd' UMC professor Wlillltam  Steinberg to t.he easterner. "Pr. Steinlborig  is our expert on Bhakesipeair," the local  said unneceasairliy. To wlilch the Mon-  frea'ler rcipflled, "Just so long as he's not  an expert on Bacon." . . . Calgary interests  have bought' Fred Crone's pioneer moving and storaige finm, . , , Question of the  week: just who was the guy with the  sneaky infra, red camera, making tho  rounds of sonve of our town's swingling  spots the Other night? And why.  * *   ���  CAMPAIGN SPECIALS���One of the frus-  trillions tor Teaim school board candidate  Peter Oberlander is that he must whip oflf  to Hawaii in the midst of flu. campaign because Gov, Jack liurnu wants to see him  aibout the lange clcvelopinetil on tho Kona  Coast, In whleli the Ulic planner is Involved. The project Is so big Unit Oberlandcr  Is far belter known in Hawaii than he is Jn  Vancouver . . , Mayor Tom Campbell'*  'personal claimipalgn budget is $.17,000, down  about $2,r>(��(> from the la.t time, Caimipbetll  will pay for his own'persona, ads despite  NPA backing, The campillgn will include  4-1 bllllboai-ls, radio (oven on Teaim pusher  BUI B��.llman'��. station) and print bull, it  will NOT Include a bumiper stldkvr des-  lijned by one of his admen "Caimipbeil!! is  Alive and iUviIng In Vancouver." Ca'mipltH'Jil  veitoed Uic gap, as ','dlrlyipot.l" ' , . Meanwhile lih�� Teaiin peu)��Lc pirlned up $3tK) for  Alan Emmotr'ii camipulgn as the result, of  the i!l> cent hrt'H'kifiist, Nearly M>0 iwoplU)  shinved up a.nd the orKaii'ly.erH had neglected to have change available for anything  simaller, than a !._ bill,  * *   *  WASHERMAN I A���(Another way to cut  down on strnoklnn! Is to keeip taking phow-  ers. It diM'sn'lt cut dawn the urge but it  Kefips putting out thc matches,  In Your Garden  ���by The Old Rake  PERHAPS no plant causes more oth's and  ah's in the spring than a good sized  Caimellia in full flower. Like aU other  plants it has its likes ajid dislikes and -here  are many facets of its culture that we  should look into if we warst it to do its best.  First, the place where we are going to  plant it. When they tiecome established  , they axe-^v^-e iovsiy> b^^eurprisin^ly*- are,.-.  -often retarded by -he iwflectioi. of heat��  from a bouse, lihose planted a^way from  the house db'awit-havfi thas to contend with.  They are often thought to be shade loving  plants, hut really jfchey U__e light, and will  tolerate light shade.     I  Another bad feature!of planting near a  house is that the roots are liaibie to suffer  from drought. Try to find a spot that will  not allow winds to dry them out either m  summer of winter.  When planting new camellias avoid the  use of lime as they are acid loving plants.  They can be i grown m a wide variety of  soils,   but the  best fesults  aire  aibtamed  when lots of humas, or well decomposed  organic matenaKis present. Humus is nee- '.  essary in sandy soils to make it moistm* ���  retentive and in -clay soils it helps to keep  it from packing too hard. However you do .  it, make sure that there is adequate .drain- ._'  age under the newly .planted shrub, this is  probably the cause of most failures with ;:  camellias, i.e.  wet fee^. Another fact to l'  remember is that ithey are shallow rooted *i  and con'sequeniUy do not like to Ibe planted *;  too  deeply., To  give  the  newly  planted '.  ���shrub every chance you'd Ao well to pro- ;  vide   some   shade  during  the  ftot  two...  months, . v.  .  The time to plant is  importamt also,  most camellias have two periods of active ���  growth during which it is not advisable to '���  plant. These periods normally occur in late ;  spring and late summier. Early Fajll is the ,*  ideal time to plamt as itihe soil is s<t_ItL warm "j  and roots continue to grow and the air is ''  becoming .cooler and so helps to harden  the new growth. There are many varieties ;'  and' a visit to a good nursery will /surprise *  you with the different colours and form-  that are available now. The safest buy is  container grown stock as it suffers least  in transplanting. i  xxxx^0xxxxypxxxx*Xmwi  1  GOOD PRIZES  Chance for $300  Membership Prize  ot least $10,  FRIDAY �� p.m.  Sechelt Indisan  Hal!  No minors under 16  *       *       ��K  COMING  CHRISTMAS  FRIDAY,  DECEMBER 20  8 p.m.  $15 o gome  $200 full cord  Regular Prices  Proceeds for  Senior Citizens  ���miniBiMOFiMmmmMMimwoaiMXHMomni  .  .^m-,^^ <*#'--^ '''P1- ^-v&- *���* F*J*-it"l'-v*lf|.ifl,.^!,i,^.1�����Mrv,,��  rt,.��. -fl^?-*****'Tfl*.F'.��*'F^fF:^^^-(^F   ^b l.^,^  ,, ,0\t .qfa, ,,^ .,fy* ^ ffffe ����4-> _  iii,^W��*ii*1.4.��^'.(��.k^Afr'**T1'?J1* !*��*=('�����*.��-��-.____.     W.  *       ��_   *   '(-_'.    "\*9  iin'fi'.i.l h'f i.v '.i'.1. .fi ..-F ���ffi-_J-/jjj.., �����"_ ff-.T'i.-ii'���r-ii-n -"  s*f '  "Y \  *. ,. .-i, b -\*'xi *p,W(. 'ifffiPty  - ^  -<.  -v^��F^vV-��>*#V"^(i^'^^v^i^^'tt'^'|fr>^y|L^^vFJ-*f*i *���*���"*[��-  f * 5 . <  Tfce Peninsula -Times       * Page A-5  Wednesdoy, Pecgfttfrer 4,1968  i^RE abo^t , -_;���,_   ���/  �� Referendum Ho. 9  '       _ '���-Iwijrai page A-1  ���raom; ��-lull ripgtitoiton.islze gymatasluim; 2  ati rDpths; mw ttiffk�� area; enlaced  ropim arid a coyered ia<riea fox Coiositruiciion  12 to ��halble ,j5tud���mts to complete lange  projects eu.��_j ,as garages and greenhouses.  i^^^/^ii&x^'i  mmwiijfM'^Pipi*  ���&y Moiy Grass  :*M_WKT IS A Jfifl^lSl 4WBel�� *�� w_31.*-. .".Swfe'lH"isft'-a3*. often .Wd.ttfrf #����-? ?#*, HORSE iNV��HAG��  jF     .  MORE ABOUT:, , .       .   , ,        '        *  0 Bnsinessilicences  Y   ,-���**wn pafce A��l  up these unlwly _jneas be found."  ape/f *Sms  fessor -Hw&x)  BtffcW��^rfw_ttrt}R|Ml|i^d'"i! iff'.'ate often told ih<rt -jromtg jwpifls,- HORS  sse ww w#f# Wi#&;%|FlrJ�� a Aa^ajjax* A^rJer'aflKl totter -edu.i_.tfcd Uifcan       it  4' Billfofyton,  '_f JW*#tfl?. 'ragS_jM-ttng gi^��#>��? ��� -C , ,   '>"r   horse  was taevimed that ihe owner of a  Itept #i.h_h ihe' village had <e*p__ised  ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS  Seche-i Elsimentary school e&peats an  influx of j�� ,studep.ts frpm the Indian pay  school '���when the last phase of iktegt^&on  is .completed ngxt year. This will fcririg lite  enfoUm-M to the 50.0 mark.  Many people miM  the _5.tuj3.iiit hellion is  are they tdo&Btm^ '"what  and "DM 4_tyBj# feROW?"  keep Jtomses or iev&i pigs  if one shot-Id be allowed.'  HARBOUR PLAN  Council agreed in principle _��" accept the  plans for a harbour development project  as outlined ireeently by Dayton, Xhigtot and  ^'I :' r'4U|<^.M (ypuhg people are ���so'"Mersselyi'iin-  The school jha* five porteible da*srooms ProtoBor IjfelJe and BUMf* fe_%��' WtJi JW^P P&0.^ <* ?�� wf l^ ,Does 1^'   DeBou, consS ��5sJS& jBt^S als-  now and plans call for two new open area in the tooadest sense, lhe  stua&^/.dek, JW. S����r ibsisent^demands ftf ����*(B��"    agreed to _wTb__K!5 ��__t of $5000  podS,^xally located resource centre and m-andB are coumd mth the ����^^1'i^;.^^^2* IfeST ^ ^ ����Lt*JIffSdyT       $^  full s^e actovity room ,^ ^?^ * ^ dta*^ Thoughts W-re expressedlarding pos-  &*m�� pnneiPi.1 W, L, Beid flamed ^�� ^^^ ^^i^^Sf^? ^a^f^5_iSl^ ^S^^SS w^S SSm^_^__^JtTd__-,t>- - WWtot of enccn-ri tte-iS-ttl <Soy-  rit.   i I  FProifessor  BiUingdon  states  that l*the ���_^__i-e^ ���w ^��_ __��_,���,  collegiate discontent is the cohsequence ��f !Jiff>'w **e ^s- r - _  a spiritual poverty >in Acadfemia, that in ��iyJ?-     -~"       ,      ...  some ways, is as explosive as'the material ft^IyHaCfy SlxjniuCanCe  povertyin-he^esYSgoesStoSi Mw^ Vttlue of iMHfa  ^1  I4  L  V  how |>aith��tieaUy inadequait^ school -buildings ar$ at present and ithe" need for good  sports -acilities partLeulairiy as the'Indian  students .axe sutMetieally inclined.  Plans for Langdale call for one classroom for grade seven studemts which will  relieve the pressure on' Gibsons Elementary School,  UPGRADING  The Superintendent explained ithat ihe  miaximum allowable had been flO-owed in  the Referendum for upgrading equipment  in aiJl -schools.     n'  No huilldlng is planned for Madeira  Park and Pender Harbour; if Madeiiira  Park gets .crowded moj-! iuse m_11 be made  of Pender Harbour School.  He further stated that approval of -he  Referendum does not give the Board a  blank cheque; all -*pe___.tuxes have to be  approved by the dlepairtment of education.  MORE ABOUT . . .  o Sewer system  -4rom page A-l  for a site has been allocated in the by-latw.  SELF LIQUIDATING  tent*, df man's .spirit?  -young* people on the IsldePsf-'-the  eminent- to construct a foa'ribour as first  phase of the proSect but-chances were eon-  sideyed to be very slight. It was,, however,  moved dhat appJicaition for a reserve of  the harbour he made.  __����_i  Ymr.:Cum  Setbeto VfUose is falling behtnd ��nd  I very Vtfip "if jN->S done about it.    ^ -  There ii o'lacfc of constructive ottd  exvotcsspc ��� Hem coming  out  of the  . Viflpg.   HsJL  First ond   foremost  ffcis  . yS_sg?lo*ttst port on o Sewer System.  . Tfcp ��ev phd Stricter pollution controls  , make _ Ms ypr_��*Ment.  ' 7 We how olreody lost one business *o  1 -he tnjfhafe ores *_<>* has a sewer, and  j -c^y'ttfarp jcfenao- come to Secfaett far  ��� the Jpfk-fifv?e^��rs ond proper dralnoge.  We ore In fact stpgnotjng In the ef-  fluent pf our own sewoge in 'tfae moin  port of the'ViUoge.  Hov-^.bod tone experience in the  tminidpol ffeti. * offer myself os o ��_>-  didate fw ��Idem. on. ond osk your $up-  , port ot ffie polls.  " SediE-t _sn take its rightful place os  the mp|n_ cpmmerciol ond odministro-  . tion *ent��. of ihe Sunshine Coost by lhe  iotettigtent ond forceful actions of a 1  strong Village Council. We already hove i  Ii greet geographical advantage, ieVs not 1  loose it by default. 1  i that -"the modern. American -u_iver_Jty  seems to have lost its soul, amidst unpre*  cedented material growth."  Processor Halle says that "the fasbion-  aible anthropoloigy of >our day identifies  man as a predatory beast." therefore hip  evaluation _tf man as "a beast with a sonl'J  is not a view that can gain a hearing today, "foecause it is ap, unwelcome jfco thorn  who represent the intellectual fashions ol  icr day."  H. the professors are correct io their  , WATER SERVICES  Request that mincil consider supply of  JS -were-an impontant soime xA'iM, "'water to a number ._ summer cottages on  ilclicinC .scent and &avor for ��_e eirly " Keats Island was tabled pending neferai-to  consulting engin_��r Marthi Dayton. Jtoyor  Feeney pointfed ��ut itot the Island was out  of council's juri&dictipn and -hat It should  be a .problem ior the Begjoaal District.  seWleis who planted .small her��- gwrdens  as'-kon as-enough hand was'-JeSrad'-'lor  the jasecious seed.  1 3^ny marvellous cures w��re attriMtfed  to ^?J5bs, and reeipes were handed demi  tptm- g��aeration to generatioD.  iSere is a sampling of the 84 varieties  iQ^tohs and Iheir early-day _ignitfpanc#  .|a^changel:   a  perennial  with angelic  GOOD REPORT  Gibsons Recreation -Association tendered''a report of its past year's activities  which Fdrew loud praise! tan meonibers of  a  perennial   with  Fconter -n'that man refuses to re$og&}_e   hf|||g, Powers, warded off plague, made -council. Mayor _Ffeeney > and Alderman Ger-  the -i-bUme in his nature, how has thi^   thie|%art ^nerxy, drove away witches and ry Dixon agreed it was one of the best such  hajipened?                                                    4if|��r|splinters.                                      "- reports they had s^an^for a long .time. It  The 1st image makers-of the advertis��    S/fj&jbage:   ^n "annual���a   borage  flower was moved a leibter of congrait-datiom be  ing  w:rld  must  shoulder   some ���of "the   4j>j&tepg-in a ��up was always j?resen1*d to senii to the group,  blame., as, ,,vieir success depends entirely j^^ght departing for the Crusades to grv*  on -convincing m3n of the impontance -of t^l^pourage,                             , c__--_.__-.__. _-.-._J .;_Jf_��..l^  Ms jAysiical needs'and desires, and, ^bj| ^C|?can_rey_ a perennial���fljssed'fcsr juptures dafCCtSIn XZIlu rialCiM-?  layman's naive expectation that  sc_enoe"tJs|9^'<��lceff hones.  The Pennsylvania'Ger- ��� J-c*--,,,. caff>_t_.cn__-<-  and technology alone, can solve the prt>')&^mSthd the ��oot in lard Sor Iraatoenit M-��_��VJT #**-" ����|^sv*  ---'���'-'--- --=--^-^- ,---^*i'*^-*a&^ and hrifises. .      *                - DOES YOVR cbM lack Foonfidencein him-  t,    rZul^ Ito***  +w +v,_>  ��,ct��m    hlemB of the world. 'Most,-scientists %te xM^lm  exalmple^ ficiehttets ��fpuld solve, -h*'^^^1  iblem of the wnrld's hungry        ��     --  as  initial stages and T$v#nue jjs ftstimaied at  $_2,.;P0 leaving ��l,0t_) .nirplus. User'rates  may be higher in expanded area, according to costs encountered. ,The Bluff was  .cited. as one instanee where user t rates  would be high. ^ -  Revenue was estimated on 812 3g>ts In  the Village, 421 being oeciipied.  ASSURANCE  Senior Ruiblic Hjeallh Inspector P. M.  1^1 Bell Jgave a��surance that if pQlhition n_-  ;4*| curs on the belaehes ilihe Health J>epart-  ���^a ment wiJj. s,tep in and demand better treat-  r| ment. -T^ts .are presently being .conducted  f. I on the ibeathtis and results %re good.  HJ  "an-atmual-Htseji as ^prevejpfc^tiys  &sity_ Seeds were also caEed' '"Meet-  ��UB_sM'se^6 in J_ew,_aafi3aB-l f&m$e  self?  H a child feels he as disapproved <_f hy  .bos* be i_|aflite !bo $ea$e ot i&kt be if j&m>1-  35__>��sieeKi 4s ��� daan-  fi-oan. itheir par-  i-rsi!  /*'.J'Wi_PEN7pU'are dawn-iand-oiiit,; soanething always ,d-_rj_s upland it>_s usaaly the  I noses (S^jpr friends.  Y.f OUR love,lor tGrod is tested  ' \   of wheiSher we seeik Biim  w-  (dropping a hsmnb on, _iem.)  missivieiness  which has   seeped           ,f._,.  .        _ .      t T.i  society J and is ha6ed| ton the pr^aniBie th'at , 4$^efc3$ J&e ��$!&, cur^ _nadn��ss/g#r^r gere ahe'some suggestions frouLa feds-  as man is a beast, h��\ shoiild be allowed to ��� ��Sl^gdnst plagtJ*, d_we out;df:rAls. wc- s^i jheaith -fsmartanent pamjiililsEt, "Bjiilding  do whatever be pleases. <,.   MMjv_4^. fti-)sjA��nis: Qtmim    fei-Confidenoe" tm what you .an do fot  W Jhibn, young people have heen te-��e��#: ^f^^stottxfl-px disorders,  * r      --Tl  nated tc view themselves as phystejil con*- \ Ir^Ahetmrop^m ��M IjfeUK^a pB--fen_-_l  modities, is it reasona'ble to assume ..hast, ..^WS, e6n$$eA&d an antid&tej'ibr dfea^  they might feel contused and -Ussa____^, * - p$$ws .and also was usifl*:i_ % hair f��-  Mght tiey ask themselves, '"Is this m fivt_&< and *ur�� forFrnptk^ cftnynlsifitts  there is to life?" P$;' Mfj^wsar1 Itl^as sSlso aa^3_|ecti|������y-#'  Does tbis exiplain at all, the young p$��   ly^ lor Ants and morths.   i   r[ J '       . _ .,  son, w4 5s sunsounded 1by every malterP;.. ',lSw. .a pdMid-^atffe-Cto tflttft-' 2- ^^f?1 ��^-rjdi��ile desto^ ��  comfort] choosing to live in the gbetat_��&' anllk % nine d^and'ttbrvsM tto wash fespeet. Ca^e support and ^paifiby. Bdp  or the brilliant student's r_fusal to worfe laces (therewith, dausing maids1 to loolk very pn�� *�� untotand and accept the fact that,  for rewards which in terms of his vie^   fate.- -;     *      ,:      -      \,P ��� ..  ,  ��� f ^wa�� togs, others are more eosnpe-  c. life are meaningless? ' <"���   ' ^ild' IffiarjoraJhJ .a p^^i^s^S^ i��nt Cwm Ik.     .  Does youth's infection of success- fcassed   ened Sihe stomal iand .head'," ,ie$ipted:-the -     S. When .he is very discouraged help him  -    -  - .._.--... ...... j.. . .,.   .   .      .  .,    ......  jre-ajjHjjjg jrija  yonrcl  1. A ckldl \_hpu_J lEe^l, jihat the love he  receives j, ioejs ��ot d��5___i on "suepess",  Lf-s" ithe L^ude toward .iim activity tbat  ;ounts���TnM whether a jcbild -wins, or Is  best'5 at ii*  \  l$y the qu_sJion    on the acquisition of material gain-indi-   appetite,and wa.$|also usedllis.an anradote1   see ilhipgSyin a ihedieir light,'remindi  i?j_r Mf g#s.        eatea sear,ch for icm0__ng *eyond?'^ L^^f^p^sfm.    Y"j   ' ���--5 < U'$~    /    "   .-"^r^8^^ i^P6*3^. achievements.   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'   M..\.-l      .       - \' '      *      "._>_  ^    V^-^i ..        -\_ ' H 5       -(1^'        -      ���_���   ..'  .I.i..   . -   '.-..-     v..-  Win'ri*;'AW  DfCQRATIONS FOt ClfRISTMAS  15 Lights Outdoor Set     tm   mm OIFTWIIAP    ' Qfi���  Hep. 7,29 ,.��� ...5pw, j_0gSN_P ���     Speciol ^ - --- ]   W<&  15 Lights Indoor Set       a  ^^   ,     TINSEL GARLAND #Q^  Reg, 5.29  $l^* ��Po!_N_i ''     0��ly   -���._.-,...YJ...'.......'. ',-. 'CP@   -  PtUS MANY MOB-E DECO^ATIO^ FECIALS  ;:.8IE tHESE SPEPAl?  One full pound of o&soited fomily roriety Imported CANDV - -1��� ...A9c  AUTOMATIC TOASTER. Su��l��o__ "Oeoototo/' model 3-0 des. _n only 29.88  ELECTHIC CAN OPENER with mognctic Ud holder ond fooMlo Ojpwsncf.  19,95 -.- --.- .��� -- :-*p��lal 13J8  Special ot 13.08  ...J. 19L88  -Three *poed, Reg. 19.95 ...Y  T.V. Jfa%\M SETS '4 pc Fibrogloss, ladestructiblc  Gift Galorp At  .Specloi Chriitintas  Suvlnas  16*' front Wheel. M����vy dlfXy  DYWtem flw. TM&��Uor ��t.^  frame. Ploctlc f��pj����d m��t��l  Mipt,�� ��hroen*  \plp*fe4   l����n<Jb��  SPECIAL  PRICE   ���   ;" ;.?8��f:^>  ���Wl^-i ^-^ **   1  ��!._ __���_����� ��|__l    i  . < .  '^���i  'l>  , ^�� * # -f ^ '  *   *   ���    i��   ��*(l   .#_, *  *...*",#������   t* 0f* Jf* >*��,*���>*+ ���#     **  l^^^,*-*-^.*^.!*^  ,**f |.f(��4-_U*f**.#��.   -ffyt1)-  .����� ?_"'-fcl.t_l��__f^'  9m8*>A6/tyP ��7kpfmitw&9 Itim^ Repeated requests._ .-  Wednesdoy, December 4,1968        =!L-*:: i-2   writes...  v  uild roads to bow  Y./YYYYY''Y^-.'7Y,' Y"V>, ���;���>��� '��� ���:,  ,���-:.,>���_*��� ,..?^.v-w, ,v,:....-  Ll/ i. jl'V���4 *:*- iJ-Y ^     J.'...".-.V   IVt . ,oV,, A,���   .-y^   , .--,     ->- hrxx Y"'J Y ���   -' '' " , .  itai  -\     ~?rom foe-^isfatore* Victoria  BSttAiOSE. British Columbia's ' Ckrc-leran  - ^imo-__#in ranges are" acfa-bW-Sdgei. a's  fa-yorihle locations for minerals, %e pro-  vin'ce's jeconoimy has. always been' Hiked  j_.,so_ae degree to mining.  'Opal and placer gold were, ilhe first  minerals discovered _nd developed in the,  prxmhoe,  and  although   still ; being  produced, have long since been surpassed in  value hy ^other minerals.  The expansion of mineral deve-oipment  in recent years has been the result -of new  technological adbances in exploration and  mining, better transportation and rapdly  expanding world markets.  "Mineral production in IS��? in the province was valued at $386.8 million.  The Sullivan mine at __miberley has for  many decades overshadowed other developments in the province. The property remains one of the world's most important  sources of lead and zinc. Concentrates are  processed at Trail, the site of one of the  largest lead-zinc smelters in the world.  In recent years many outstanding new  properties have been developed. .Notable  among these are molybdenum properties  of Endako, Boss Mountain, B.C.' Molybdenum and Red 'Mountain. Others completed or under way during 1967 include the  Westfrob on the Queen Charlottes., brouigh  into production at a cost of $40 million as  the province's largest iron mine.  Granduc mine near Stewart will be in  production in late 1989, and is one of the  largest copper ore bodies presently known  in Canada. The copper-nolyhdenuan property of Brenda Mines, near Peachland  is expected to commence production by  1889. Development costs are placed at $80  million. Comincojias reattivaited a mercury property north of Fort St. James,  which on completion, will be Canada's  -largest mercury producer.  The four major metals, copper, zinc,  lead and molybdenum, currently represent 40 per cent of the total value of mineral production in the province.  Exploration continues to be widespread  throughout the province. Most of the properties being explored are low-grade,  large-tonnaige deposits, which, if the condition and time are appropriate, ��� may be  mined by the open-pit method.  The process of locating a property, exploring it, and bringing it into production  is slow and expensive. The Japanese haye  helped stimulate mining primarily through  the advancement of loans and long-term  contracts, with some direct investments.  Negotiations are completed on trans-  portjng coal from the Ferric area to Japan.  w__n an expected shipment of two to four  million tons annually. This Japanese interest in low-volatile coking-coal has spurred other investigations into the coal resources of the province.  Continued interest in exploration plus  the success of new tmines being brought  mto production indicate that mining will  ^on^inue to expand.  *  ,     _ - ����� _��  Around Gibsons  EN THE Anglican Church Parish HaU at a  tea held in his honor following the Sunday worship at St. Bartholomew's Church  on November 24th, Mr. Allan G. Andrews  was recipient of a Prayer Book and a purse  of money as tokens of appreciation for his  25 years of faithful service. Mr. Andrews  has been delegate to the Synod and a valued member of the Church Council and will  be greatly missed. The presentation was  made by Mr. F. Boss Gibson on behalf of  the congregation. Everyone wishes Mr. Andrews much happiness in his new home in  Nanaimo.  In earlier days here Mr. Andrews was  active in the Howe Sound Farmers Insti-  tue, the Legion, the Garden Club of which  he wa_ for a time president, also he was  Secretary of the Property Owners Association. ,  A. G. Andrews is a gentle; kindly man  to Whom children are always attracted.  He is also very popular with young people  and many lads who were having difficulties  thank him for his understanding, advice,  and counsel. Over the years Mr, Andrews  . has been a helpful friend to older people in  many ways, Now In. his 79t.h year this  charming and graciousi gentleman maintains his interest in local undertakings and  was pleased to be able to donate to the  Senior Citizens Homes some of his own  books, etc.  OVER   EAST  Miss Penny Lee Davis, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. William DaVis of Franklin Boad,  is In Montreal where, besides working in  the Itoyal Bank, she is .catching ballet and  studying French. Penny enjoys living in  Montreal, but finds the weather u bit cold.  David (Peers from Cloverdale. spent the  vyeekend with friends at Gibsons.   ,  foURNAMENT  There were ,12 tables in play at the  Bridge Tournament held by the G'Jibi^ons  , Auxiliary to St, Mary's hos.pltail at the  Angllsh Parish Hall recently,  The i'H'l prize (a dinner for two at the  Cedars inn) was won by Mrs. M, MfVAcar  and Mrs. G, Davis with'-a score \i{ 8720,  Winner of the 2nd prize was Mrs, G. A.  Whlllrw whose score wan 01 IK),  Mr, V, J_.citn.kti received the door prize,  Dlirln1.! the ln.ei.i.la$ilon there was a  bake .sale,  Jt 1�� limped that further bridge tournaments will be held af'ler New Year'* as  this even, proved to be a success socially  and financially,  ut refuse access roa  mtbot&ed - beforeSand.- _i_V, mn% $. jstoMI.  be vmtmVedfRhdtpomi w^$��a��$e0. w��uj  fl recommendation j&w' liw .'Bwtto.'I J 7:  ford that g_A.i-Mtt��JteJ_^��o__^^  >  y,'  Y  i _    ��J   ii  1 .   l��  >  ~^<  _v  c1  J.B.M.  Secretaire Wo^tog^^pdrted" ijte_t -lhe\  <p'" m_^to'3_)^^'[i^/h^^*��>^y��d ffofOY  '-**��� i.B.M,' hut $&&bes^*����^^^$b,fa$M&x  ��i#��_#'pD^^aureagft Acreage ^all/.b�� reamed, -vftep1.'  tad. - r> P *J billing "fot, water4' Mt' if 'Jte. 'j��s-Mal'1l!> .  '',l X-, "''.   <4 -pa ahead _vi<h*i______f for'.aarhage. ' ti . i"  AC?C2-^ tto gaj^ge, damps^ appears to bei, staling ithat even  i -on�� big Begtonal District headache., tecompsnse lor the woW- ovedoad." ._   _ ..... ,    ,^   lietttesi. to 1he Jflinstero- Highways re West LJu-eTIOII *P *'   V'^-> Y" % go ahead w_&'bi_ipgi^garbage.' {+ -,  Howo/Sonna tap 'bmjdt^4fe jrvespons^ QB^^^m ^ f^ti^^ ^ !    Coo__nm_ng;on^; Wnalaon:of i.tk !"  ttot perhaps^ Regronal Mac* _hould J*S��SStoS| ^   Ad^*S*y^Vtemk��^ #**&*'*'  .      ��..... ~i Ji _. i._.i__t -     .  rFkaFiinti-inn- Sl__M_- rtsiaMnmoA __-.__(+  +k_�� !��/_.  have considered that access crossed pri  vate "property before' -_3tob____ooig a dump. -  Bepeated requests from both Gibsons _  yillage Council and Begional Board to Be-'  partment of Highways to provide public  access .to the dump have been of no avail.  Director Feeney stated rthat following  Isgal advice and agreement with the owner  of the property, a gate has been put a__o_s  the road'and for $L00 for a period of six  pioajth'Sj ithe Vala^e may use the dump. He  said he ca___ot understand why department  of highways can build loads for subdivisions and to places- that lead nowhere such  as Tiiwanek and Gower Point but camnot  provide roads to garbage dumps which are  a necessity.  Director Gilker observed that _ae  choice of land was forced on the Board by  departments of Health and Lands and the  Government should make some effort to  open up a road. Furthermore there is a1  pollution problem in the Village and Regional Distriot,    It was .agreed >to ask the Minister of  Health Hon. Ralph Loffmark to intervene  and approach the department of highways.  FIRM STAND  Letoter from Coast Garibaldi Health Unit  asking the Board to reconsider decision to  terminate services of Building Inspector F.  Reybun. who is carrying out inspections on  behalf of the Health Unit met with unanimous refusal.  Service's Wil iterminate December 31st.  Director Rutherford stated the Regional  District is suffering now because the building inspector's time is being taken np doing another job.  Director Tyner agreed  by _tw property owners ax_i��ne olhCT,!*__-.I Chamranian West ��antiopeijl 'ah��u4 lhe B^frt},,  d-ast who are ^gainst infusion -into* *he'' takill�� ���� V* ,ilJltt^ ��t hosing'ikd^sabj^j'to,!;  yillage of Gihsons has 'been cbsawih mp, u .��t other itoaitfeBS ���aocoiQi-ishe4.__9asit.. jHa;  Thesis people prefer to remain" in .the ^e. ' stated-he is-worakd about the garbage  gional District as they liy'B on the other $ set-up. ��� yiy},\  side of Gibsons Creek and it is'not' ��co- ^ permits  wimkally fea^We for &e VUla^opw- |     g^ ^^ ^^ ' ^m  vide services to which they are attfta).    .^ j^^,^ .Jf g^^ <3aik���fl.I^X  Director Fe��ney who as ^also litayor of | mented <m 4Shfe number ( of wj^ter licenoes 1  Gibsons observed that these people have 5a | being appHad _pr. It was agreed fibait 3^'  right to object if they do not wish to Jbe \ Board advise pae V^ater 'Board that all ap-L  included in the village boundaries. ,> plications should be submitted to the Be-'  1 iMiT '     f giooal' Board for approval. However umtil  Z.   ���     4  I    j  j   -j^.  j.     .     -i.      i the Regional Board is eKte to supply water.  Regional Board decided to support a    no applica,ttflias e^^ te hm u^y  petition drawn up by property owners in _ ��� .     .    ���  the Selma Park-Davis Bay area requesting -1 >      ��� ~,x  a 30 m.p..h. speed limit to protect children    fJrCHICll BB OAPO Sechelt  and older people. ..���, *  Secretary Gooding stated it is really  outside the Board's jurisdiction but these  people have no-one else to appeal to. Director Harvey Hubbs observed there has been  cue fatal accident at the top of the hill and  unless something is done there will be another. The .petition will be forwarded to  the department of highways.  ���.<1,  'U  F-f  *'". 1  ~4*<?rt    V7  \ ���/���  C_T_Z_-B-S  J would ^Ci^ryoury^opY^^z  heiytfy oij^VWjie'myMppoti Mi  the occomplielhinenfr of pjrojeas^t '  the  progress  of SecheSt and its  citizens.    ' , . - {_ - *,/  Vote ie U1611  Saturday, Dec. 7,1968  Say- You Smir Ji In 'The Thnesf  PAY INCREASE  Direictors approved chairman of finance  committee Frank West's reeommendiation  that Regional District employees' salaries  be increased by 6 per cent commencing 1st  January 1969.  Mr. West further recomitnended that the  , building inspector be given a bonus of half  a month's salary in appmaation of the long  hours of overtime worked.  Directors Feeney; Tyner and Rutherford agreed  that in future overtime  be  schedule Christinas dinner  'MEMBERS of the Sechelt OAPO who do  not yet have their tickets for the Chrisit-  mas Dinner on December 12th at 12.30 p.m,  should apply for them imimiediately to  ���avoid disappodntment These may be obtained from Mrs. Wm. McGregor or from  Bill Coffey in Sechelt.  Tie social afternoon on Ihursday, Dec.  5th mil start at L30 p.ra. and members  are reminded to bring their own games  and playing cards.  Now science has devised something faster than a ���wink. It's a ^traffic: light that  says  "walk." '  When confidence in the dollar wavered  a steadying farce was Junior's continued  willingness to accept it.  MMHMR  madmm  mimmh  h new ISne of  ����Iff'Clubs - Golf Balls -Bags Etc.  On Display At  ���  BOWS SHOE.STOH��  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  .  .N'C'V'..r mind tho Jclow of March, whatever  tlK'y are. Save u>p for 4.1h> fun.glcld'C'u of  A.prll and th. pi-sllcldi'S iof May.  r  -<H-W��^wwww��W*l-iW'-*��>t"V-*l^^  BEAUTY SAIO  883-2201  EXPERT .  CUTS - COLOR  Tho way you  -PERMS  like |t.  Open Thimday. Firday & Saturday  (I .a'irpiecei ond Wigs Styled)     1  '       *i  24 ox. tint.  Berry Sox Asstd.  SCOPE     MOUTHWASH...  ��LIVES  CHOCOLATES m"9_  &_/|i^g_)li>i  Lindsay Med. Ripe,  14 ox.    it  r.   Frozen,        (  Marcus 6 ox. tins  for  W)My  t. **     -p  ^**S^   ��� ,  .^T  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TQ LlMlt QUANTITIES  GECMELT  VuoatEaltx  P  [��,,��,./". C,i'lt..(<t r*-,A 0.* -01 ."���;>. ,.."' I.f ���"' "'' '  .IF,^ ,/�� . *, -l*X..���F,,.^,,A..*,,fl,K��.,,!.���*���ftll^. .fl.^/f,^,,)..^, !,'��� !��|,,rt.V��'Jl'FF>"FF;F;fF,f/>|.fti.f'f,.*1...  ���,.*..41.��.ijF,p,lr,  X.-J'.i\ll'-A-4t'--4lf,-,*,.l' ��?,.'{'4,lX>'4X.trl-'X:V^4-'*.4>  .y,,,fj,,.,^\��$:,^,,0,,A.,0,tf.f-,.<i,jt..,f,tl*,,4  ,.* ,JJ*i(iFf,w.  . fi ',FFr,..(F(^.y^F,jlfc't*.(..*^.l,.4lt,Ml",.mtf^,.Jm.^-4n 4?4*\*4t-.,..,.^.,4... \  Pbu. St Piierre  "     J .   -     1 .  -     -  gWM_w������w_fc--����_-_����-__i--��-i��-��^-��t--W_ii^^ ������' ���" ��   ' ������������^'"�����  , ���Letter from Parliament Mill  .  ' OtJl^m^Ovrr guest cdbxmoial: ins weefl.  _ ,' fcs Hon. Jean- WneSten, _a5mster-��rf to-  ;'. _ian -Aififeii- and 'Northern' development  Hev is lhe youngest memlber $�� the federal  ' cabinet, a ilawyer from ^hawinlgan, ��uo-  b��c  i' , _fe married his <ehildhood sweetheart'in  WI. She worked while hp"went to university, 'Thereafter they had ohildrFen and in  _TO> he oairie to .Ottawa as an MP. 1 hav��  never asked hiim why- Proibaibly he had  soirae reason. -  Since January, 1988., he h^s heen in the  calWnet end sinee last autumn's reshuffle,  he has heen Minister for .the Indians, of  which he isn't one, and <otf the northern  territories, 40 per cent of the area of Canada���a land in which he has never dwelt  * (These remark's are intended to be neither laudatory nor critical. They aw  observations. The Indians, Yukoners, lhe  Eskimos, She Conservatives* the I_beral>  and the voters o�� SainfMaudee riding will  all have their tunr'at criticism.)  He is a ��__n young man wiih a harried.  anxiouS" face. In the House .of Commons  he answers almost all questions in French,  haying been almost without English until  he came to Ottawa. However in puMic  meetings when asked questions in English,  he answers -hem very hhtu-ly with a miru-  mum  no retreat to iflowery euphomisims  V -At-an early meeting <_f the Parliamentary Standing Oamimittee of Indian Alflfairs  and Northern Development, Mr. Chretien  slpotae for 55 minutes of his plans and ibis  department's present philosophy.  The excerpts in .ihls cjotann represent  no more than about,, four of those 55 minutes, jso they are, perhajis, unfairly listed  out ".if 'context. Bping snippets of speech,  they will also appear abrupt and disoon-  nected. However, these are measured  words, and worth study:  THE WNBT3BB. SAYS: "The Indian and  Eskimo people have' their own object-yes  and goals, it is not the reisponsibility of  the FGovernment to define them. The J>e-  partmental role is to establish its own policies so that' Indian and Eskimo individuals1  ���can determine and reach itheir ovhp. goals  within the (Sraimeworfc of Canadian 'society.  "It is She objective cf the Government  that Indian and .Eskimo people shall he  able* to! choose their, goals' for theamselivies  and have ithe capability, training and the  clear right "to set aibout achieving them.  There should be no social harriers preventing our Native people from ipursuing  their aims within our society and they must  he given the.opportunity to draw upon'ihe  resources of society to proyide them   ,J?V"  F   |    |   I I F  ZocGlmew <,,��,, i v',ri,Y   -  - ��� -^ 1,L,���<_1|111  tension; iacreose no mate  lor: Bkjioakeling prices  Freak Accident  THE MAXIMUM of (the *_>hlhon-d ,01d Age  Security pension and\&e>\j-ftwK?nteedi  Income supplement will rise from, $_Q7_L0  to $109.20a month-in January, ..3SG9,It was  announced hy the |_eall!th  a_4 .W-Pare  Minister John Munro. At Hhe same time,  Mr. Munro and j-teviemue .Minister J.-P-  Cote announced increases an1 .contributions  *���__������.--���-��     and henefits under the' Gabada' Pension  Cy^^P^jpt    Plan, also effective in Janu^y.  ��__������___.. . Immediate responce from T, W. Green,  spokesman from Powell Stiver senior citizens was -"We must be 1hauls_U_ for any  increase, but it's not as much as we had  hoped for." Green said that at the June  meeting in New Westminster when pension"  ers prepared their brief for presentation  to the federal government they asfeed for  $125. 'That figure was unreasonalbile.-They  should have asked for something more  realistic.'.  Green went on to say that when increases such as this are related to the  will receive contribution tables incorporating ithe changes before tbe end df fins  year, i  -Mr. Munro stated that all retirement  pensions being paid under the Canada, Pension Plan at lhe end <of 1968 will foe increased by *wo percent in January J9B&.  BetirFeiment pensions which become payable tfor .lhe Curst time in 1989 wOl be  -lightly higher than (those which become  payaiB&ljr1l8G8.-0n .he- (basis- of flh-rmew1  ce__og of $5030, maximum full jret-beraeht  pensions, first payable in 1076. -wil" be increased from $W��?,a month to &Q&3&  Sntvivofjs benf-its become payable  for Ibe first tame in February, i��58, Ml  such -��n��_i!t-' being paid' at the end of 1988  trill also be increased by tswo per cent in  January 18f__ Orphan's benefit and 'the  fiat rate components of pensions payable  to widows and disabled widows wiM increase foam $25.50 to 2R.%, a month. By  tbe end of ySfSi, Mr. 'Munro estimated,  some 60,000 Canadians would be receiving  monthly retirement pensions and , survivors' bent-aits under the plan.  The maximum death benefit payable  under the Canada Pension Plan for deaths  which occur in 1989 will be $620,  p-tmwimMi^^  No injuries resulted from what couM   when the brakes suddenly failed.  It   skyrocketing cost of living, it r*aMy does-  have been a serious mishap last Firi-   xan down the -slope, crossed the Mjgh-  ??_ ��*��*��* f^..^L ��f_ ^&��&?��.��  day wihen Ifliis trailer rolled out of   way and ended up in the Toosk." It is  control foorn the parking 1<A of the . the property of Powell -River- Fender  iwers tnem veiy ouiuraiy -mm a a___u-    r,"Vvl ���    ,��� L~T S___~*.6     % xPa^yZ    ���uZJLn,&&n<Z*!inM r<__  df equivocation and with praotxoally   Peninsula 'Hotel.   Driver and helper   HarbouFFmght Co.  were unloading beer from the vehicle  Economic methods  BWfVmCSSMj cabinet has authorized 11  school districts to put $36,825,400 worth  o_ referenda beifore the taxpayers to meet  their s.chool building needs tfor the next  three years, Education Minister Donald  Brodhers announced today.  fThis means that despite the slowdown  of school construt_ion in other parts of  Canada because of tbe very di__cult fin-  ancia.' marijet, British Columbia is progressing in its school construction pro-  graim." he said.  *The approval of these referenda by  cabinet means the school boards will be  atole to put them to �� vote before the tax-  ipayers -off their districts for approval in  .ithe December civic elections.  schools/' Mr. Brothers'said.  ���"We have found during the past year  ithat schools can be constructed within 1he  limits of $11)6,000 per elementary classroom  and $22,000 for each secondary classroom,  pocket. "For instance/* he said ."'one hair  cut a (month under fhfs new price jschedule  would take away lfr-percent of the pew increase." Wib-ras lo sulphite "woriser 'who  recently 'received an increase of 1$" leents -  an hour'the increased eosit-joif one j-aircuit  a month represents under two percent of  bis imonlhly'wage increase.  The pension increase announcement followed increase of two per cent in ihe Pension Index, ithe in_-3d___nx' aiUooyed by  legislation,' from 1968 to 1368- The Pension  Index reflects increases--in'4he Consumer  Price tadex.  OUxl Age Security pensions mill increase iroan $76.50 to $76.00^^ jawnth.,Mope  than 1^00,000 men and'���wio^iien <W-E receive the increase &K?lud__g -idwsse ,vi4iose  pensions wjl start in January when the  eiigable age will be reduced tto ��6 yeans.  Ih addition, apprisimately 780.000 old  age security pensioners wil. bene_it from  IF YOU DONT WANT TO BUY HJM A  MERCURY OUTBOARD or a STARCRAFT ALUMINUM or  FIBREGLASS BOAT  HOW ABOUT;���  Fishing Tackle - Rod - Reel - Tackle Box  �� Net or cm Ice Chest - Anchor - Air Guide Compass  Combination Running Lights - Falcon Air Horn  Plastic Bilge Pump  SEE THEM AT  Madeira Pork Phone B83-2248  and that generally  speaMng,  the school  boards have been cooperating with these, the increase in the Guaranteed Income  guidelines/' he said.                            . - Supplement.   The  maxamum   .suppleiment  The minster advised school trustees in w*H rise in]Januairy from, $30.60 Jo'^KWao  "'"JPor each referendum >that 'passes, the  ^^s^^l^^a^^a^s^nTe^f^S ??  ** ^^f^ to  ?��*"�������  to bring those goals within .their reach.  'They must bave the .same degree of  self-governing local ins&tutions as other  Canadians. They must have access ito the  same mstitutions as other Canadians. They  must hav(e the opportunities toj achieve for  themselves itheir own aspiratitais.  ipro*v_ded, of course, that money is available at, that time, at reasonable'rates.1'  The following, referenda were approved- lOoquitlam, $_1,.14,S00; North Vancouver, ' $65tf*lj,<fflO; Bichmond, i$5jll_��j800;  SJaeena-Oassiar, $8^14^00; C-ulliwiaick,  $B^ta��,(l00; Bhuswap, i$2y_7O,O00; -Uberni,  $;<J$_!l!t��; Sechelt, $1^20,200; i Powel Biv-  "���It is any intenfion to press the ppovSn.   W, tt^iw;   Cranbrook, $1,282,700,  and  dal governments to recognize the clafcnis   IteaiBe, Raver South, $K9^00_.  .     0   _H��L*L - 1_l__l__.   _  I ��� .      ��  of ithe' Indian people, as ^lazens of Gahada-  'tp. ithe same services and treatment'as- ^E  . FOt&etf -^'na-Uans'-ir^C-ive. -I "tstrpxt< th&0 fur-'  ther agreements, can be made to "provide  services to Indians feom the same agencies  as other Canadians turn to in times olf  stress/1 intend to (take every opportunity  to -press this point.  v<*Ihe 'Education program is progressing  on the basis of making'integrated schooling : availaHile with the consent of parehts  wherever possShie. This policy has justified itself in the better, academic record  of students. They have suffered less ten  age/grade retardation. Eighty five per cent  of those students who first entered school  in 1045 were age/grade retarded by 1951,  when they should have been entering Grade  V. Only-W%. of,those who, entered in-3580 \  were so affected by U&66. This turn around  is 'not the final answer of course. The irate  is still too high and there must be iuriher  eiflfbrts to accomodate the children wfwin  the system and to ease adjustments. '  "There is stil 'a- serious problem in ithe  High School1 years and we .continue to  work ty diminish the waste of lEgh School  drop-outs. " !  "Jn a way, this is a measure of pro-'  gress; where-once we were concerned that  too few entered ffigh School, we are now-  concerned that too few finish.  "(Northern Canada must be developed  to the greatest extent which is economically feasible and the degree of development must be enhanced by ^appropriate  government action to make possilble d��r,  velopmcnts which unaided might lie fadloHv  for too long. Development must take into  account the needs of the people off ithe  iNor_h���both Native and other-nand it jmust  'he In the best interests olf both Northern  Canada and thc nation.  ''Northern developments must provide  Jobs for Northerners and it must enhance,  the country as a whole., It must, keep patce  with what can be done with the latest  technology jaud lit must seek new* technologies to speod up that,pace.  "'It is ,not necessary for Indian people  to give up their Indian identity in order to  ostiiWlsh theim'sclves with an aicccipliaMe  b-tandard of Mvlpg. They may have to adaipt  pome Of their values and ideas to accomo-  . date the society in which they earn their  dally bread, Ibut that aodety w.ay have to  change some of its ideas too. Each must  yield something Jf 1lhe two societies ate  to fit together in hunmony and caso,    .  "'Chief I>an (Scopgc of tho ISuinrard Indians hiiH said that when the dndlnns off  jb�� West CoJist wamtod to make a dugout  canoe, they hollowed out a long stra.ufbl.  cedar log mnd then sought another piece  of .cedar appropriately shaped to provide  '    a prow for their vessel. They hrout.it tho  two pieces  of wood  together and rulbbed  '"    them, one .aigalnst the other until they had  a perfect.; watertight fit. That is hpw it  ,���,yirwust  be   with   two   cuiturew,   saya  Ohilelt  " j,' 'George, ilhey must nub against one 'another,  ''.' nelUher giving  any  more tlum  tho olBier  until they wchkvo'a ipertoct iflt."       ��� Y  October that this fonmula would be extended to include administration rooms,  libraries, laboraitories, as well as essential classrooms.  'So far in November $1,438,438 worth Of  school construction has been authorized"to  proceed. During tbe past three calender  years, British Cktanbia has built more than  3,300 new > classrooms and 241 gymnasiums  and activity rooims.  Door to door nut sale    ~  helps Guides and Scouts -  IT IS A seasonal time xrf the year for Nut  Drives and on Saturday in -the Pencter  Harbour area/ residents wil be asked tin  support the Parents Group to Girl Guides  who will be 'holding the Annual Door^to  Door Nut Sa&e, commencing ait 10 a_n*  In _be S-sbeflt aarea jpe0$&fc wiU "be  a month. The comt-ned aqaonthly benefit for  those who receive both'the old age security  pension and the' (maximum .supplement .in  1989 will be $109.20 compared to the current  payment of 1OT.10.  Maximum' pensionable earnings, under  the Canada Pension Plan,' Wr. Cote, isaid,  will 'rise by $L00 froan the present ti&Mto to  $5,200,  Ma_3_ai_n yearly contributions by employers and -employees wall increase pom  ���the curoent $81.00 to 0e new pgyae-Ldf  $82.80 each. (Maximum annual contribu-ions  by sc-^-tmployed person^ wSpl anciriease  from $_G2 ito $l-_.60. Canadian eioployeris  ILI-CfOilS    ^  It is with great pleasure that I again  offer my services to Ae community as Al-  dennon for Ibe Village of Sechelt. Haying  previous!), served as Commissioner for two  years I am quite familiar, with the requirements ��f rite district ��nd pledge myself to  tbat/end.  It bas become increasingly obvious  during tbe past two years that a strong  voice b sadly missing on council and tbis  fact js very evident by lock of achievement  during Ibis period. Many projects facing'us  bave to be accomplished ond it is my firm  view tbat insufficient attention has been  paid to tafcign full Advantage of govern*  mental grants available for various municipal activities. l_*cat taxation will provide  little, but, considerably more could be carried out should council take steps to obtain  grants which in some cases are-there for  the asfcing.  ' The * _a__5_(ter  emphasized that   school  eons$ri_dio__ costs must be-watched care  tp^W'^^^m^^mSSf^T^, ���^-asTsM^mppm-m^-'S&Si^, ahd Distlcf  salid1 Ms department will continue .to sciru-  !tiui_e carelfully .every project siito-ieted  jfcr-apjproval.  "Our progralm will be in difficulty if the  school boards neglect to use the most  econopiic methods', and ways of conducting  Bay Scout Ajssn. when boys wiU be out  selling nuts from door to door.  Both organizations do a tremendous job  ���and fully justify the generous jsupport  which xesideirts have always shown in the  past.  iywmmiwimm  WMMWIIWMWWmtWMMMMWUMIWIWMMMWIlia  .?B-E>����t gfA-tiBOU��r CG___D8T WHOM  '..,YV C^EW OFFICE MOUIIS  ;'  IwlOWAY to TMIJII^DAY 12 noon to 4:3�� p.m.  ��� . ��� fUtlWf ,12. noon M- B'pm. y  [:-':Py   pp::':' :;:;ci^_3i_.'::'Satiji�� ���  mtmmmttmtmmmmmmmmtm^imtmmmmmi4m4nmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  P.O. Box J29 - Sechc!l> BX:��  . PUBLIC NOTICE ,i? hereby given to the Electors of the Village of  Sechelt, that at the'close of Nominations for the Office of TWO (2)  ALDERMEN and (1) School Trustee, at 12 o'clock NOON, on' the 25th  day of November 1968, the following persons have notified me in accordance with the "Municipal Act" that they gre candidates for the  Election, os: '���  SCHOOL TRUSTEE  Abode  Surname  HAYES  Other JMomey  John Murray  Sechcft, B.��.  JENKS  Occupation  Theatre Owner  Roynnond Barry     Sechelt B,C.  One (1) to be elected for Two (2) years  -   ���     ' ' Y    ' (,    .     ' r     ,    ! ���'       '      '      '  ALDERMAN  _________!___.  BENNER, Joseph L.  Selma Park, B.C.  idc LANGE       Dorothy A-elc Wilson Creek, B.C.  Merchant  Retired  THOMPSON    Morgan  WATSON  Sechelt, B.��.  Merchant  Norman f.  Sechelt, B.C.  Merchant    i Two (2) to be elected for Two > (2) years.  ^nd further take notice that a;Roll has become necessary at the'Electipjri  /now'ipen^iing to; Elect �� School Trustee and Two Aldermen and that I  jhaye aranted"said Poll ,f , .... ,    ���  I ,���'������'���'.���'���.        ���    ���  Such Poll wil. be opened' at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall,  Sechelt, B.C. on Saturday/ December 7th, 1968, between the hours of  8 a.m. and 8 p.m. of which every person is hereby required to take  notice and govern themselves accordingly. .        ,  . ... .   . I    ' : ! ���  Given under my hbnd at Sechelt, B.C. this 25th day of November A.D.  196,9.      ,,    ,' Y  "  W. J. 'mayne .,''.  Returning Officer  mmmm  ���f  <�����_-���  mm  l��>��l��l��_l��lF��llll-l^y'|l��W��IW>l����l����lll��l)ll|l!llill|l������"''lll'lllwl' ^", *"*'"  \Mfmmqim4.*m,4,vnm*mmm,nnmm>nm*0mmm��*mmrtn0ii��0**m^**imm4i<*.w.mw0��mm^.  PiPil  'EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURWf  EVENING? TIL MIDNIGHT'*    '  f^^^M4MmimmnimmmnmmmMmnnmm��m��min4)m0i40qmmit6ii&ti^  WIWMWWtl  ti_n_*_w<m  iH$.;u��Jto��_ii mm mtm nmmmmmtww*  i��irrfiriii_.miii)iciitiiiii^tfar^  _. ..J. _1   _. ��_��   .._*,��_.��.!*,___,_��.._��*    J.   ��,  A   /.   ��.^��._.     ��������*..�������  ^    I***'*,^^"^.*^^'>��*F<1.*  .u>^,,^^^^^_^M<l^^��^fMFW��<%<^��WM^^FW^^��^*^F^^^ ^"f" * * ��� _�� ^ %<v n-C   ii   "><  v   s  jei-;S'  it  ^^^V^tr^^^FVV^V W*W ^f^0*ff M"05V^V*��^V->.  '   \b~    u��m    '',   ** ��     v <i,��   *    p  -  .    _      p.^,'*!,. J .    ����,.*   rf.*-.*^-*,ff* fT/.* "^ ���*,">��� .'      ���'%A,-     t.   ��J.,v> ' ^ -   <    ."-Y     *>   i' i  -' r>* 0-*illV''/       -   '   .    'Y^V',Y-^'J Y*> "V   ^ YT    *" *~        nN ^       ' 'v     ..*'a   _    v-v *-   J*     _���" i    *  . \lu  P��ge B-2 % Peninsula times  r    W_4fl_ydftft December 4,I$6j| ^  -__---_------qi^___^^ lljijft i_^aggiB!^B--aa^ff.__l-tl'._��'l ii-WI_ty_HTO-_.iM-*W��7��Wtlt_��Mfc'i T  "'      ^*-ta^ste'^ii^ ol School ��istrict No, 46  ^tey-l),^     , ��-   . -' v.  rPK \ Tp  he specified by the British C&Uurtbia  lime ����*Jhe borrowing and payable  over a jmod^ff ptt(-_ds o^^w^-iqg.^finjy'fly* 'yeaTs from the date or respective dates  jlhejceof. inrush jpradpalfttpoljQte Wife. Board,may fyom time to time deem necessary  to .jraise 'net sums *m��j&xs>g&nfag iin -USB* aggregate'-One MdEoja, Six. <Hu_dr<ed Twenty  Thppsand, TWo .H&ttB&H_J 'Biollars l0|$20__DQ), aSter pajwoett of 4iscount commission  i bxisJWge,'#��teinge, &&.& ifotb^eJS^^^with reSpect lo ��ucfa ja&ue or sale, for acquiring  and Mvblopiog -JvKjJ-^ftes and 'pw^^g,^oo��Btiiuc_ng, reconstructing, furnishing, and  ^tn4Bp5_tg buildings "few &(ta_t piiJpp|iBsf����r use an connection -there-wlth and other capital  -' ��xpe&dftunss tor school prnposeS?" 7  lhe iollowiug m fcrifef. ppd gpn^ral terms sets out substantially the proposed projects  and Jhe amount aJlocated for ��ac_Yihe ���amoiint speoified as being within Provincial  standards and eligible jfOr 4_sw__<S__ grants, and the amount specified as being above  Provincial standards and therefore, npt eligible for Provincial grants and for which the  stSiool district pays She'full posts���  i.k._..i!��_..i a -.n__4.  Tap Dancer  Young Rusty Cunningham has tap-  Si   danced his way jt-.iough many func- '  tion. on the Sunshine C_r_a��-     T^u.  Local Xtenc&rs who gave a y^iry fine which zequiped-^��ick costUB_e <__an- Mon^gDinery, in front are two.riilMe P^l^J:^ ^^pt^f^^i Us  performance bf Hu^arian, .Polish; m i_r*,l��i^ _&_^,1-_ft: Be% '. Vano^r &����_ Su^n Girarf^d ' J^SS2^5?fi3?Sb,S  ezeehoslova_ian and;Bus#an[dances   3?��ptia_��; ^tomk ..ffertte^and   Lori   Katherine Key. :   .4_     aiSSS%^ffite_S^ ^^"       :  (a) Acquiring and 4ev��typing school-  sites:  ���Spchelt Area  Gibsons Elementary  Langdale Elementary       ,   .  Elphinstone Secondary  <& s  & ���  _o -^  "Sb'��  E5 >  w 2  ���a  $ 37,700  12,000  2,700  32,700  _;2"  ��_  g  ���^ a.  ���tm.  $585,100  <���      *     ���  Sechelt Bowling  IiONELMcCU^^i'and^t^Porter'iteamed  '�����  up to win (the Doubles "axiurnament held  on Sunday, November 24th,  they  had   a  combined scor* of 4840 for 10 games, with   .  Lionel averaging 250. and 'Pat 199;  Sports Glubt. Ena _tep__strong ��2? 1252),  Jean Eldred 273, Jjl ^bCmstt ��57 .(267),  Pete Jorge-stop J650., ^��an Eobhason 3621,  Jay Mi&M &&, Ray YlSewmm W4.  LadieS Tues: Esther Berry ;274, Firahk  Starrs 626, (.195, 236, 195)..  Ladies JVed.: ^Masr-y Heiwierson 651 .(251), .���  Hazel Skytte 629, iR:ose:._aa!CrisQ_! 625 '.('252).  Mixed 10,pin; D_anne,Iteeley .250 i(>142),  .Gordon McCouirt^ .,-,....., ,.  Pender: Muriel Caspaienon, 614. -Red/Robinson 637.  Cc-mmer-cial:   Doug   Turner  757   .(286),  Fern TayJorms (_-��)v%oy%ut.9n TTS'tSk)  . Cauleicin MeCuaig i619.  Jmiicrs: ;Ke__iy"'Ca^ey :302 ("192), "Melody  Farewell 299 (173).     Y ���      , ���'-���     -   Seniors: Susan Joi-^enson 317 (172), Tim  /.-.rjBie 291 (262), Sco_t|Heflderson 221.  (b) Purchasing, constnicfiitg, reconstruet-  ing JMiUa_-gs,.ft��r s^_Wl*p_^pases or  ��se_acoimei_ion_h��_ewStti;  ^EiphinstoneSecondary      ''  Langdale Elementary  Seehelt Elementary  <e) FurnisMrfg and -equipping "fciulflu)gs  for school purposes or use in connection therewith:  Elphinstone SKxaidary  (Langdale Elementary  Sechelt Elementary  Various -schools, Science  (d) Other capita expenditu-es for school  purposes;  Plans and Supervision  Contingencies ;  $317,000  17,-000  443;OO.0  ���"Nil  Nil  ���m  1.1^277,000  IS 75,500  1,700  26,400  14,000  i  NU  Nil  mi  ���Nil/.  $   117,600  $ 76^00 .  63i#0  ^il /  Nil  $   140,500  ' ;^3^l:__^IM^TES " ��� ���;$ 1^20,200  Resolution Passed the l;8th day ^;M0yember,'^96:8.  Approved by the Mjruster of Education the l^th day of November, 1-9.68.  1 Authorized by the Lieutenant-Governor jn-Council the 26th day of November,  1968.  'Received the Assent of the-Owner-Electors of |he Distriet the  of ywm.  .  day  Swedish Ballet  Little girls who gave Jjifi ppemytig performance at' the'otitsiancl'ingly popular dance /festival' heid at ^felphin-  stone on Saturday are, back row:  lionise ���;jjfecKay; Colleen Connor;  cMdy::''Bjeaj*d[i^.j Rebecca McKinnon. I  Fr0$t: Osml llaugherty; Janet Mac-'  Itey; pmMiis Irvine and Usha Oza.  fODD'S  cmtBwm Ml�� INFANTS  m  Doctor of Optometry  204 Voncouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  \       Will be in Sechett  i Fob- an appointment tor  eye examination pfooma  [ CORPORATE SEAL  )  'D.^;''&W^h^i���Sokm^ of lhe Board  J, ;S. IVlETZLER, Seeretary^Treasurer  .7  Take notice that the atopve is atuje copy of the pcoposed question'upon which -  the vote of Jte GWN__R*EL1_C_X>RS Will'be"t'Sken onJSaturdaj, Beeember  7, 196�� between the hour* of &00 a.m. wd^'Wp.m. scC* "   " ' "  RURAL AREA f*AM  Nelson Island���General Store-���'&.  PostfOffice  Egmont School      ; [x-  G ar den Bay���-Lloyd'. Davis1 Onioe  Madeira Park'Scliool  Halfrnoon Ray School  ���Seehelt-Sehool  Davis .3ay-School  :fed)j��*t*:Creek School  EUjrfuns.tpne Seh��i��fi  LangSIe School  Gambier Isl_nd���Maxwell Residence  ' Boweai. Islairid; School  MUNICIP^LiTiES  GIBSONS���Municipal -!jm  .   ���   '    ; _".'JS. ,;^4ETZLER, SecxetaryVTreasuxer  , . V Scflobl District No. 46 <Seehelt) ;  Ribbon Dance  Leaping -and iwirjing, iithe ;fJame col- dancers who. gave a. solo perfortm-  oured ribteenfi���'l0Ga^,''';aiive';1n''lhe ance ''ftiMbg  last '..fiaiburday'-s   Folk  hands of one of the lovely1 Mandnin Festival!'  , ; , : ; 1 ; '-         i'  .���  lWMVM:l-MWWtm��Wtt*/frl>t /-/'/-/i-M-**/!-/  TYK MtWA��S(tfP.'-5ICpil?tvfi.C.  DAILY SCHEDULE FLIGHTS BETWEEN  Downtown Vancouver - Gibsons - Pender'Harbour area  and Sechelt.  MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY  V__ooiry��r        P����dor Hbr. Sechelt Gibsoni  9:00 am       7:30 am      8:00 am      8:15 am  1:00 pm      11:30am     12:00pm    12:15 pm  CONNECTING TLlGHTS TO LCGGI.f!G<:A>/P5  {SUNDAY ONLY ,  ^UEAVES6  Vancouyer       fender |Hbr. tUchelt Ql>��omi  1:00 pm     11:30 am   12:00 noon    12:15 pm  Includtfi Thormatiby, Helton, ond^eatc- Iddnd.  PLEASE R_Sr:RVE SEATS IN ADVANCE.  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO VICTORIA ARRANGED.  LASSmES' SPIfffS .WEAR  Pfeone 606^9994     ���  Sunnycrest Sh��>pping Centre  AT YOUI. PO?,l.lAfl  LUMBER AND BUB__3!WG  '       ' 'stimij-S.".'  Serving The Sunshine Coast  G'UU:' ^tJ|l01NG  005-2203 - Sedtelt, B.C.  ��^iiiM��.Kiii.li|iiiBiJiii|l>y.l��i8i-iulir��';;'rvilwii'ii(lli)i'"n.iriiai-iiii u, ,i.tf.tas  VI51T OUR LARGtE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  .AHD USED FURNITURE  Pender. Harbour ���... 19.25   |  ONE WAY fARES TO OR FROM VANCOUVER:  I   Blind _tay - ...A..��� ..._..^W0  Earls Cove ... .20.-5        Ruby'Lake L- L2..70  Egmont _,���: 19.60        Sakinaw Lake ���. :: 2!.70  Sechelt .__  9.00        Secret Cove  .....16.45  Gibsons   ���T  9.00,     ��� Thormanby  1.17.15  Keates Is _'. .'....... .��� 9.00        Vanguard   22.40  ALL OTHER RATES ON REQUEST  liolf forelm* chiidrcn ��t>doH 12 accompanied by adult.  .RATES AND SOfCDULC SUBJECT TO CHANGE  i_-_g__a_-g>8zggaigg|g-gi^^^  KING SIZED ME^LS  AT BUDGET PRICES  ' at  la mm-  ON HIGHWAY 101 at SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  i-EVEHS TELEVESBON  & HADIO  STIRfO - .B^ W pnd COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Coloi T.V.  Deoler for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phono 806-22S*>  CSISSOHSs, o.c.  SB^BBi_kii^w_ita��iiiaiiaBa��  Srougfit to you hy  ihese -progressive  places of business  .       FESTIVE DIPS FOR POTATO CHIPS  Christmas <omos but once a yoar oncl then,., keeps you flopping. Ther* ar.'i��_cl1eo5  ichopplng trips, porliw, and many hunory people lo attend to. F��hen �� slwp_o sncidk  cufftces jjuests and family alike.  Chips and dips ore very popwlar. Try serving thorn Jn intereslilnp containers.  Koop *ewroJ basis of crisp potato chips on hand over the hdlldoy -season. For ill  delightfully <liff-iK>��M ��nack oervti potato diips Whlah hove ibeen healtid in the ovm"  sprinkled with Grated choddar or Parmesan Che��.>se. They will tdko-aljowt JO i��n1mirt��s  to heat on a cooklo sheet with tho oven at 350".  BAWTA'S ffAVQURITE DIP  1 3 07. packaoe Croam Cheese 1 10 or. can tomato noup'  I package _lry french onion soup mix  Mix the cream chenw. pnd j.oup until iimooth. Add the coup mix, Combine well arid  store. In tho refrlperotor. Makes 1 % cups.  Appliances - 1".V. - Radio  IPUone 805-2058   -    Sechelt- B.C. j  M^ii fBumbli!  BEATMfi & SUIPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 386-9533  Gibsons, ft��.  .j  Where  fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers aro  "found at . . ���  ^  Holene's  fashion Shoppe  (B&bixom, BX. - Ph. 8G6-9941  amp  3___S  1 fESTIVE TUNA DIP  1 pockage (3 ox,) cream cheer, coftened  1 <.up fiour cream  1 -can (7 iPJ-... tuna drained flakecj  \fA cup��tuffed otlyws :  @lend cream cheese <and :lotnr cream, Add remainder of Injjrodlonts and'tyon*!  fiwroughly. Chfll 2 hours. Yield 2 cwps..  2 tbsp. chlveB  2 |fl>sp. Ihorj-erpi. Ish  il tsp, worebestFerthlre rmtco  MA tsp. salt  i  KteS-^^-a^^^SKs^ssass-S-s^-S  xssLLx  m 11m m  ILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL f-URNACE  Cornplete with  oil  burner,  ducts  <vypfk ,'or.d oil tank In your honr��e.  Coll   Bud  Kiev. It* your chell  Oil  Distributor.  G06 2133 Glbzom, B.C.  .  s^;i^__as^!^^s^ss_:3^  I. >^tl4^^-f^l^  /  , f_���, r -��_J. *is$$MY-ifaMpvt^^L^mt.%.\ Y^m, <ieYkA>' Y' / Y^^/VY-?' te? vY1 ,%' ** t  \M^i^ lfaliW-vi*p\i^4*^ Vi**-*^&,iv*^ ff.   .     (  �����+���*<����. ���  >Pen3eir< stock with district  rejects plans for rezoning  Most interesting .$ane& at Sife-ji-iday's  Folk Fesilivar^s the^B^feoo'Daiice  presented 1?y ^da&cers ftfHBa'Jt&e fitpfi- I  pines. Long ' Bat3-3?��D. k��tt_^-/wej5B  broughtog-fey and $e^r#ed;��ilast  rhythmic tempo-as the��%arfi'f��Qted *  dancers danced _)etw_^iihem�� From  ,     .       _ 7., .. i Left   are:   Mike  Armenia;   Bread-.  Lantern Dance ���     :   . _.,.-.'      Y    <5QMQEiRIN -over >��ie . 2ie@-(_i_al - .Daste_e*'��   replied Y^Tbey are ��ot secret -and have been    Mills;   Ike Sy; "Ana" "Marie "Valera;  One of the.mosfrkeaufciful dances per-   beauty or .he-dancersy tieir. beaujtV'   " proposed zoning,,and jsulxJivisjon con-   released to the press." Vance Noriega'; Nanette San Victtores  formed at Arts  Council  sponsored,    ful rose pink and white dresses,aad   trol by-laws has led^ Pender Haaibour and       Explaining imipleiinentatiwi of the pro-    an<j Kits Gonzales.  International Folk Festival was " -  - .    . - -_.=_, ��.._._.. *     *.._.-   ,        ..���  Lantern  Dance performed by  the    tie dignity frfx past. era.     ,    'P,    ^"l^^^ ^opai;S_l-    as plan_i_g is included in letter* patent, a D_biisv___s  legislative -cbanaes'��dis-  Mandrin   Dancers   The   grace   and _.,--.      -whejter it is  possible for, an electoral   ^ebiscite w<��jld n-ftt beAel^. Three read-   Jf??,,. aeslslaTav*- caaages <us-  ividnarin   utters,   me   snace   ana . . .    .     ���,      ^^ to apt out-tf. a Regional iiistiic.: ings would i>e ^nven the ^la,ws and then   cussed;  Tile minister polluted out that tts is -not public meetings would be held.    _ DECISION  possible but the question of whether or not,           Director Tyner  pointed out  that  no Tiie Board agreed that a Regional Ad-  an   area   participates  m   any   particular proper meeting way held in Bender Hair- visory Planning Commission be set up com-  iunction jls entirely tup to the electoral area b^y-  before   the   Btegioaa!  District  was pri^6d of two representatives from each  concerned.   The -'Minister  further  stated formed electoral area, these will be people other  thai the hospital function is the only com-        _      ,     TT ���_._.__.-.      ��� ttKlD- directors and the villages may appoint  pulsory function  throughout the Sunshine        Director Harvey Hubbs wiho is also cor- a member 0f their own Advisory Planning  Coast Regional District. culatlon m'ana^r f��r Hie Peninsula times Comlmissions.  pointed out that closer to 65% of Pender        Director Gilker commented that there is  Letter from the  Pender Harbour and Hanbour residents read the local press, jiot a clause in the zoning by-law which adopts   :  Distort   Ratepayers   Am. -read  ��t  test 10 per cent as tie Ratepayers quoted when such a commission i  week'?  Regional  District   meefang   stated they objected to the way the Regional Dis- ,  '��� -  that the property  owners in the  Pender triet  was fomned.  by notification in the ~  Harbour area should have the right to. vote }ocai pre&s  on any function they are to;a.eept. - Secretary hooding quoted from Sec.  Planning is one of the functions includ- 735 0j ^ Municipal Act whack empowers  .STARRING  Deon Martin, Stella Stevens  Cartoon and Single  Technicolor - Cinemascope  Starts B'-p.m. Out 10 p.m.  FRIDAY. SATURDAY, MONDAY,  DECEMBER 6, 7 and 9  ' 5."   s^"  ,   ,, Scottish Piper   ���  Piper wih'iCiredg pix��V;ided live scbt-   performed a -seled-on of .popjajlar dan-  tish mti��ip 'fox the yojj^jg dancers toff   ces jJiclud_dg Slh^ Swor4 Dahce.  Diannel^air^'s school-^-dancing who ���. 1 *   j(  ed in the Letters Patent when the Regional the Board to prepare Regional plans, mean-   1 j  District was formed but Pender Harbour mg a general scheme for projected use of '  Ratepayers feel that inadequate ikotic& of iand ^^x^ the Regional District,  intention was -given the residents in that       ,0halpman West oteewed mat ^ Board  aJe is \v__ijag to accept re<^_3menda'tion from  The letter further stated: "The proposed pendef Harbour -and District Ratepayers.  _oning by-law and the proposed subivision        D     t    T       Monm^d the Board that  e^r^2^S\^eVs JSKSBS1 S��/?vSa^Sgggg ��:  andS^ies/SnS^eommercial fi&og and h��� f*^1" to ���f"1 &eir 7*"  lo-ging, _bot_fl bei-gtiored, was' unbeliev- . ^^ ��> ^e meeting Secretary Good-  able. Also the development of a mining in- *����� -��ported on-a meeting [he bad'attended .  dnatxy is <_>mple!tely igaaored. These by- *&**& ��,s **&- <* TOicipal AffiEairs  laws fail to .consider that our axel is in a (pfenning divn.) in BumM>y. Legislation  state of rapid growth and they make no ^ ^ rJP .Sptewnal application 'Sor sulbdivu-  proper .provisioi'for the re-iocation of busi- ^^ were discussed which Mr. Gooding  ness areas. They would <do gceat harm in ' ��*�� &!re ��& ��rsa't interest to the local Board  the development and ��nnrffa of the area   ' ^^ ^ **t required to make decisions  rejected. ^ ^ eSJU^bnjina^ys.  This will be wben the Sun-  DISCUSSION i sbine (Qoast B��^lonal District  subdivision  Director 03Sm #$lhed -o.jkjKW wbo re-t by*toiw'J- _o��.|p!l6lie&.  leased1itihe by^iawto^^wiMcWjffireil^r Tyner    " TMir- '<CfcpiOcL__{g .asitoed <fhe press to refrain  a_i��_M^^  yo?i W1S1LY  During the past two years f hove  learned a great deal about municipal affairs and realize now, more  than ever, that a great deal has yet  to be accomplished. In the past 1  have ..oriced diligently for what I  have considered to be best for the  community of Sechelt and again  jgelcggrte tlie opportunity to continue  serving for another term as Alderman. \  U we are to hold our-place wjth  other progressive communities' 1  urge that you wmt&der veil and  :  Saturday, Dec, 7-1968  .  j  dai__m^.u.Hu_wiii----_--^  SMf S - SEH��1C��  miililjpUiii  'r    "       F      t  Y  .   (- ,,.,.  . - *   \  y; 4*1  :<  HigJway 101  ���������tplMMa-MMf  PHONE B86-9662    '  �� '  ii_in��jiiiiin"i!ri'r  _f_-_a  -1���T  -M  ��ws����  SCHOOL J>*STR.CT Mo. tyi- (SECHELT)  Bok 220 - ���5bsons/ B.C, .  ,.;..vii.j.i  ,'' .  '. r,'''  .'.���:.  .���7; i  Public .notice Is'hereby given to J he electors of the School '^i'!;  tendance Zone above mentioned, thpt a poll 1_as become necessoiryFyt.!';!  the election now pending, ,ond that I have granted ��uch''po'lI; ���and'furf'Hiefr. [\\  that the persons duly nominated as candidates .at the .said electionj'foir  whom only votes will be received,'are:��� ,',,'.';  TWO TO Bp fLBCfEp  Surname  DUJITNICK V/olfcr  CLAYTON  MALCOLM  THOROLD  Christian Names  _-___, -*��  Terrn'off,  <Jtece  Richard  William Foul  Clifford <Gcorge  Residential  Address >.   I.. ���'.   li'i.c:  ...T,,.JI,,,, hi,.    1, ,L,  ���_riMd*_OI  YOUR  i^RO/INQIAL GOVERNMENT  I1NDSYOUTO  _ .       ���      ' .., Ml.  Occupado^  '% 'IfiMw;' ���" West Sedite'";;  2 '-yeairs 'Y, West S��ch(*It" ��� ,;  2 years   Francis f^ninsula  f^mdei^O^mt.  2 years I RR No. J# 5pd��elfr  n-��-��.!|  ^edieolpF^tW':;?1  .. ' ���'McfidiskV > 7  If  Mp^llm(��|r|MSflf7   ' ��l'l".�� '."FI    l|��   'F i.il'lnll   -/  Such Poll be opened onYrhe 7th day of'December, 1968, tetweertilfH^ ,',  hours of /8,:00.a.m. and 8:00 .p.m. at���     "   j   ' ;:������'   !   ;|n* :  Nelson ��� Island ��� 3Mct-t__noi;."Ff*^''tWhp-if.;^J'.-���'!,'���  Egmont School  , ���'';.,   .'Secjhclt :School '"'Y '':"'.:'���  ''JQardeM Say - 'Uloyd'DayJs4''CMVlcic)" '���WdlfittcKtoi ��ay.School.'.'  of ��tMd} every person Is hereby (required to |(^-/)n(^l0-.��ihd goveiw  himself *JCcofidinig1y_  , <5iy��n under my band ..his 29th -Jay-of iNove^er, 3968.  1 ��! ��� ,S0cr#ary-Tnea��iirer. ,j.          ��� Y-:I||,I>','|\  , ,          $thoc^:DJ-tr5c*.Nb.,^6XS��(!7lneIt^.^;;,"i;;  ;                .������'������ ���on'beiha'lif <��f the iReiliurn'Jriig ��f'|(i��ei\ ��� i  . '                                      '    '!r4^''^.,  _j...i). jj.ui 1.1 in-] iimn 11 mi .urn hut '��� 1     - 11 -i 11- 1     1  1 - '    "- "-  1       '"*'  Each year. Homeowners mu^t apply to their respective Municipalities for thf��  Orant :^hm frp-ym�� their .tome taxes. You must apply tor this Grant not later  than Mm MiV'ot December each year.  rnvmnumt of bbjtish Colombia  Department of Finance  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia  ,*,<_.  �����B_,iiHl_vn��_._#m_.t.  ni�� iiiiIW-HIKi  .  'Kti^ltfafiW^^ ^   '_f*   '''',    ���      :     '  \..0'.ttt  fl.A  *Tf*��,j1.,..-v ,# .,* ���H'.^V'  I   ��� ���*.,. ��.-�����- *���(-_. j *<���.�����. (���..<*.' -*Vi��*-.rf��..��*   xf-.^f ���>  ifV^.v,^,,   1*,.,J.     ,,"t., *-��*.tf If*, f**H.(*   ^.rf^ ��*-)>.*��-"���'(,.<"_ pf*'   ^!W**..ip��*��  t^,^^,irtF^Jffv.^T^'t^>r^1^v^-i^'F^V^^^^ "*'>M V  \  "__}___k __��,/!__ _.**_*',_.*- _>/��� .*���?-*"  Halfm  :UappUt%ltigs  JVS  .������ * _-.>������*  ''' ^fe-  .>  I   I  *i4��y  ___________S_iS^^'  \ NUMBER a old __i_j^rln .cgtieex. _s__e__ come Beaefc ior �� _w__ber of ye&is. >Jfc&  \jwuns -rjjttd 'ihe atea13reeej_%., m Godfrey has" xkm. sold __��. __��ne in Vm-  seemtd qui'e like 0H,|bmessiQ _$ra Mo couver -u_Tls1s_4fa_. io, an .parfopeatIir  /I Rjt Koll-rmao, ih$ m$m mihex Kerrisdiale.   She is j_9Q_ffsg'* _rto back ,  rf the Hd Jaii on BaylShell^tlc^-andM^ east ito- OtaStan*. tp vm Her daughter  Cmnie Laniiam   win? rm'ihe* H&toft&it Sheila a_d fter $asa%, '-  Clf*. .Shop fjr ttuariy yeixs.'- L'   ? -     vr  M'   Kjlerxoapwaslu-tona^slt'ln^ FILM SgfMSS  > * lH\    ,  Jljrr s u H jt Springs and was lhe ��iest af       Dfecemlber 4tlih will be tihe las. film ��&����.  ta_ R*d Rob n_.>_<_ at Middle JPadat,.. !_W m *he present series ?_ ihe Welcome !&eax_)i  Ljrnj__r\ raam friends iivS_l Jtie glad to ^^  ^>fi iwwg^aanime "Under J_�� Jmitik  .tar b^L ha   b_nigbtt a properly'in.Sechelb &bar,F wil Incite *^e ^ady J��i__iey$ *���  ard i��   *it .if there petmanej&y. -' ��r& Vilhja__mr Stefa_-_on'J aod *fHenty tax-  'pta* tn pa��-t ^uimimer eoakafc^i�� a jg&d sen's Wpfthwest Passages/*  Me__b��*s�� are  nijniK cjmp _a the northern pari ol $&, reminded ithat tile ���show new starte at 2 p^m.  "__k-_   1 itrt was only one o%��r wom&tf  in thc c np und she did-', tblidc ithere was'. CHR,STMAS DINNER  an Djd    T  .in thing  else between them ^>�� Welcome Beaih Ckmiinunity Assor  unl Ut \u' c Circle. , cialion is pilanrdng its Christaiials dinner lor  Anjt ti  f rmer xesident -who has .re-- Saturday, ol>e��emIber 14'th and this year it   %  tuintJ *t    it  Sunshine Goasd. jls __ficha��- w^i ^ served .smorgasbord style. ��  !��� jlt\ . j j i<.    ��rk_og at Port Mellon an$.t      More memSters are needed for an aiSter-  Mj.j"    at  Iu  home  of his ajrnt, jUEn. noon series of dressmaking classes planned  Cuck \,tr in West Sechelt ,- at the W-elcome  Beaoh Ball sbarBjoe in.  Raj,.   MeC-ady, who ias fceen im ^ January.   Anybody interested _iease Me-  t.it  al 1  t m  St.  Paul's Hospital, ^an-. phone Mrs. Boy Holgaie at 885__3B  l iunr  \ _s imported lasit weefceu.d i�� be.--  sli  - r    -nPavement. -���    -, ��N VACATION,  Mrs Ma \ Walkesr is home a-ter-aiwo-I      Word town IMJr. And Mrs: JFVancis Stone  ctk cjarter bus pip to OaBfornia andT 1S that ^^ ^tog Pnanfiis* old _s__oap��g  Tiuana Mt>ito   Her levelling cam&at&mi grounds at Bristol, they yere lea-wing for  \a^   . - ����� d fr tad "Mrs JEithel Mc$bee ffi a vml to sjinny^pain. 'They were Iplansiiflg  N<\ \\t nua tir.T2__ey very much en|oyed| to ** ba<*: in England in iwe for lC5hari_sit-  thi i-^ anj trt planmng another for next, ^ff  ^ A ,. .,   .    -  p.i      _2^ K�� returning wanderer is Alexi -    -- -  ��� =   ^���~ ~~   Eh   4 i       1'rm.e at RedroolEfs afifcer vis_t-.  |0tNl-l4 ��kridma*  xhecuxLUt  Santas Helpers   ;       t ;  -ife pick mp your trade after Christmas^  WITH AUTOMATIC STITCHES  2-SP����D POWER RATED MOTORS  AUTOMATIC TENSION   ���   CLIP-ON PRESSURE FOOT  Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Arthur Gurney.  ���Photo by Dennis Gray, Seehelt.  Gurney-Price vows . . .  Gibsons couple united  during pretty ceremony  IN GIBSONS United'Church at 6 p.m. on  November 23nd, 1968 with-Bev. W. M..  Cameron, officiating, a prebfy. wed___ig was  performed, ujmting m marriage Miss Patricia Billie Price, yoi__g_s. jdanghter of  Mr and Mrs ���> William G. Price of Gower  Point Road, Gibsons and Robert Arthur  Gurney, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R*g  A. Gurney of Redd Road, Gibsons.  The church was decorated with red and  white carnations on the pews and assorted flowers at the altar. Nuptial music was  played by Mrs E Freer at ibhe <Krgan. Mr  Price gave has daughter in marniage. The  lovely young brade wore a floor length  gown of white velvet, trimmed with s��-  qumed lace and her veil ���was* hs_d in1 place  by a dainty star tiarra Her beaiutSul bouquet was of red and white roses.  The bridal a-tand-Ms wore dresses of  red velvet with white lace and carried  red and white roses. Miss Gwen Price from  Regina was maid-of-honour.  Bridesmaids were Miss Gail yri.ee and  V    1  n,.   ii    .   j  toothers, Bob and Jlm_  at  '1       Ju\    Holgate   recently   received  i J   f   i    -udden death of Jack Godifrey  as a result of a rupiured aorta.' T_fe'_.od-'  frey faimily owned a sumlmer home it Wei-',  --_  CHIROPRACTIC OFflCt  Post Office Bldg.. Sechelt - Pbkae ��-5-2333  WEDNESDAY - 12 nooo-5.00 p.tn.  Wednesdoys ofter 5;D0 p.m. by fappoirHment  SATURDAY���2 p.mr��o5:00^m.  Model 717  A SANTA SPECJAL  $219.00 with trade  p'^u  ft y>      e  Ph  ���^  FREE ARM ��� Model 707  SANTA SPECIAL      -  $249,00 wifrh trade  GIFT PRICES ON OMEGA SEWING MACHINES  fw v '<r&-ti&?, \r,y y?j\  ^,y��  .:���< ���   '^-��-.  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,  Saturday, December 4, 5, 6, 7  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  December 9, 10, 11  1  ,, Ilia E3i_irt�� @f |%sWI &3_rar  1  4.0m��imrOmmimm H r t��wH>  i3R_i:  .a.$^0 fetai  -v   i  RESTRICTED  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  Miss Wendy Gurney, Shannon Whieldon  from Haney was flower girL  Best man was Jim Gilleit, while sharing  usher duties were Gary Price and Jim Gurney  The bride's mother wore white with silver accessories and a pink rose corsage  The mother of the groom was attired m a  turquoise suite with black accessories and  her corsage was of yellow roses  At the reception held in the Legion  Hall, red and white sitireameirs were used  as decoration, Master of Ceremomes was  Jim Shepherd Robert Hawkin proposed  the toast to the bride  Servers were Miss Audrey Hermann and  Miss Mary Wray  " Out of town guest ware Wayne and Mary  Iindmain, Bob aind Ruth; Booth from Mission City, Fred and Ann Shepherd of Whon-  nock, Mrs Gladys Johnson and F Mason  from New Westminster, Herb, Betty, Shirley, and Jackie M-Niehols' cf Richmond,  Kirk and Wigndy Vioen from Coquitiam,  Doris and Lone KnitgM from Surrey, Reg  and Arden Shannon and M_c__t-_ Whieldon  otf Haney, Bob Lope-husky, and Carol  Franson, of Oloverdale, Shirley Browne,  Raymond and Heather "ftotfh, Helen Lasb,  Dody Taylor, Eric Veale, Mrs A J- Gur-  nsy, George and Evelyn^ Gunaey, Jan Gurney, Dave Doig, Gerald. vdes Duer, Diane  and Ron Gallvitz, all of,!Vl-.ncouver.   r.1 .  Grocers peel ih&ir eyes  for affluent shoplifters  A RECENT' survey by Canadian Grocer  ,.. disclosed that even the well-to-do are  .prone to shoipliftang���'that items are not  usually taken by down-and-outers but by  those who are light-fingered toy nature.  iPilferers will take '"pretty near anything,"  as one chaiij store manager put it.  I A prize haul from one supermarket was  a 15-lb. ham, a standout compared to the  usual "free" shopping by non-paying customers of 'Cigarettes, razor blades; health  ' and beauty .aids, flat steaks and canned  lobster that escape from .every chain store.  Stores prosecute 'shoplifters in relation to  ithe gravity .of thc offence, but as a rule  pilferers are simply asked to take their  business 'elsewhere.  In prosecutions, theije is a need for "sub-  stantiail .evidence'' that a person Intended  to stcql| the item, thus, meaning an arrest  can only be made after the person leaves'  the store, and then the onus is on the store  to'.prove the shopper hadn't merely forgotten to :pi(y.  The Canadian .Grocer survey says shoplifting costs probably run to one per cent.  Hardest hit Is the drug section, where hair  ishnimippos. and toothpaste arc removed from  their cartons and the empty boxes replaced  on the shelf, Stores which sell can openers  'have double trouble, People steal the openers .to open soft drink bottles or .cans, consume the contents, hide 'the empties, and  take the openers home with them.  .' '���^-S"!-*!  FI I IL  Be the Lady who makes  heads turn in a party dress from  Thriftee Ladies' Wem  Marine Drive Gibsons  ^.V^-^^w^V-   F*rf*^ i���     * v  PORTABLE ��� Model 82F  f Straight stiteJi  * Round Bobbin  ��� Forward & Reverse   'Darns and'Mends  Sale Price ��� $5430  Pi,  iPi$?  fiviif^i-}.  CABINETS to' fit ali  Standard  base Machines fram $39.95.  tJfjSHJNII  iwine  2IG ZAG ��� Model R-300T  with MAGIC LEVER  ��� Overcasts  ��� Makes Button Holes  0 Embroiders  ��� Portable  $84.50 Sole Price  AUTOAAATIC���Model TAMB-2  ��� Built in Patterns  ��� Butttonholer-Blindstitcher  with Motor and Light  ��� A Complete Machine  $119.00 with trade  CREDIT OF COURSE���  Bank financing.  No Payments tiJI January.  REPRESENTATIVE;  MRS. MONA HAVIES  |      -4VBKVIW ILR.lSechelt<Pfione8f_5^740   M  i  ���_.  JT��_'    *        -< -* SL ��_. >'       j?     "  A  MADEIRA MAHINA  Modcira Park, B.C.  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