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 --.-v-v-v ^-x-v*."-*--t  . - >   ,   . ' *---   ^J ' ' " . * (. * .    I-     J I v l  ���C'^i^V^-fsV^YY v<v<";.^^*ff*-"i''*"''-,*-'*-*Vi*"'^'v'<<* ��'. n.uvr��~jvvt-* .'>.*'*���<�� w* . ��� .wv<**y>v^v*-;v^V* ,->����, <*.*��������*< ����^-i,vv-v-*-<*-*-5��-'<. <-t\\\v\ *.  (>. VS, ^V*.^* *-.'��-.  vr*v .^v ���*��� v y '  r-l  . *  ���..1  .  Action sought ��V��  Best Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  IfcGS-Seat 5th. Ave.",     .    .  Vancouver 9* B.C.  Servlc��  /VOl/  <.  0 feC'O  PLANS ror nouse num'oering m the Vil-  lige of Secheit are slowly progressing  but Alderman Morgan Thompson, at last  meeting, suggested things should be employed, for a few days in order to get the  project under way.  Clerk Ted Rayner said there are a  number of details involved before a bylaw can be prepared and at the present  time | he is "snowed" under with other  work including the coming elections. Further, there are certain jobs he has to attend to himself.  Mayor Bill Swain said he does not  consider the matter tp be a dire necessity at this time. Aid. Thompson agreed  but said he could go back for months during which little has been accomplished.  "I would simply like to have a completion  date for the job," he added  - . Aid. Norm Watson, who has been a-  way ill for a few meetings, asked 'what  appears to be the hold up?" He was told  by Aid. Thompson, "Mr. Rayner can't  seem to find time to finish the job".  Asked what the house numbering survey cost, Mr. Rayner replied "$500" he  added that much of the-work involved  .relating-house-number on-the plans to  lot numbers! It was therefore agreed that  in order to expedite the scheme, a By-law  be prepared and presented for approval,  once passed the clerk may take his time  regarding completion of the details.  AIRPORT  Reporting on an airport committee  meeting held rrior to the council -meeting  Aid. Thompson sought approval for expenditure of S750 from airport funds for  clearing of overgrown brush, some had  been beaten back earlier in the year.but it  has now become neccessary to carry out  a substantial clearing program.  Asked what progress has been made  regarding an earlier request for a lease  by an airline operator at the airport, Aid.  Thompson said the committee is still  working on the matter, charges for such  leases are set by the D.O.T.  Aid Watson passed the comment that  he would like to see the airport, at least  part, self supporting.  HYDRANT  Alderman' Chuck. Rodway who, has  long pressed for an additional -fire-hydrant is to finally get his request granted.  Council approved purchase of a ,new hydrant in light of possible long Melay in  obtaining a used one. It was suggested  the Regional Board would be responsible  for hook-up.- -  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Secheit,*Halfmojpn Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, lEari Cove, Egmont.  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mail  Dredging project . . .  Contractor to donate sand  . ior municipal beach access  <*>x  x  X ����� **>;Vy:- Y * -;*..-"*���>  "*.    *    ��_1     _��   -A "    *'?      .     *        " s    "  'tilt <&>- <t,  V>X  _*"-* _vl ��� <���**"  . k*l-'.  ^ rt. -���* ,,-it.  OFFER by Mr. Ted Osborne to deposit  sand from his dredging operation in  Porpoise Bay onto the strip of public  beach area near the wharf at Porpoise  Bay was made known to Council last  week, by.Alderman Norm Watson.  7 He explained that filr. Osborne is presently engaged in a dredging project for  the Government in the region of the  wharf and in, order to provide, the village with an enlarged sandy beach access  he has agreed to deposit a quantity of: the  silver sand dredged from the bay. However, a culvert running beneath the highway and out into the bay at the public  beach access will have to be extended  first.'* ���.'-.'.  Mayor Bill Swain expressed vthe view  thai even vwth' additional sand the area  will not he fit for swiniming. He referred  tothe fact that Mr. Osborne is developing  a marina there and also that the airline  located close by would be no asset to  swimming.  Both Aldermen Watson and Morgan  Thompson disagreed and pointed out that  the airline is planning a move to a different ,,location   across   the^   Bay-   The  ^dredged/up.sank \VQuld.proj��iclfr a, 7-5 foot  "shoreline but it will he nea_ssary to ex  tend the culvert out further into the bay.  Aid: Thompson stated that this is the  only public access left in the,Bay. He agreed with Aid. Watson that what the7  Mayor described as mud: and stagnant  water is actually no more than an agcu,-  mulation of silt which is not very deep.  REZONING�� '  Aid. Watson, working toward rezoning  in order to permit s^cific'areas for mobile homes, said he has been investigating  ihe situation elsewhere and finds "that" in  one lower mainland district an organization has been set up and is working toward improvement in exterior design of  mobile homes. .'-���-���  , , Aid. Watson explained that during recent years great strides have been made  toward improving interior design of trailers but little has been done regarding exterior change. "Once set up on a foundation, make no mistake, a mobile home  becomes a house. "Unfortunately there are  many things lacking such as no eaves-  troughs. Often a porch is built on, in  some cases made from packing cases,  tht^  Nurses found they had full co-operation from young patients and apparently the young man in the picture is  not quietly blowing himself .into ob-  Co-operation  livion with, the jjohalator, he's just   Tcatiol  Tlanrcnn  WT T   __k  doing a pretty good job of making   AauUGl JUaWdUll _LU.J_i._tt..  believe he's suffering from excessive  smoke inhalation.  Secheit Elementary . . .  DISASTER which struck Secheit .Elementary School la?t. Thursday,, if it had  not been simulated' would have made  more than local headlines, for it. resulted  in three fatalities and 21 other youngsters  injured, many critically. I  How would Secheit cope with just such  an emergency, was the question asked by  school staff and hospital staff and with  full co-operation of Secheit Volunteer Fire  Department RCMP detachment, vparents  and of course,lhe students, roa^&nswers  Dall's science ��� room in the school annex.  A student noticing smoke: coining: from  an air vent rang the alarm:.causing",other  alarms to ring in the scattered -buildings.  In orderly fashion,students filed from the  buildings into the yard*for*roll call which,  resulted in a search for those missing.  The hospital was alerted at 11 am.  and fire, ambulance and police vehicles  converged on the scene as injured students  were  being  escorted  by. teachers  1 o hold problem meet  AS AN individual, if you have any problems regarding Provincial affairs, you  will be able to discuss them in private  * with 7__-6i_brabie Isabel Dawson,- Minister  Without Portfolio, who will be at:  7   Powell'River*���December  1���at  the  Court House. '  Secheit ���December 2 ��� at the Court  House.  Gibsons���-December 3 ��� in the Court  Room .of 7, the 7 Municipal Hall, - Fletcher  Street.  Texada: Island���December 6���Texada  Arms Hotel, Vananda.  Mrs. Dawson will be available from  10:00 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1:00 p.m.  to 5:00 p.m. No appointments are necessary���just drop in at your convenience.  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1969       &0C  Volume 6, No. 52     ��� P��9M  Local members attend  Arts Councils meeting  ANNUAL   conference  of  the  B.C.  Arts  Councils was held under the auspices  of the B.C. Government's Perpetual Cultural Fund.  Principal speaker was the Hon. W. L.  Murray, chairman of the Advisory Committee to the Cultural fund. Also present  was the Hon. Pat Jordan.  Main purpose of this conference was  the discussion and forming of a Secretariat and the B.C. Arts Board, and the  working out of a constitution. The objects of the Society are to encourage  growth and raise the standards of the  Arts in the province.  There are now forty-four Arts Councils established all over B.C. representing such Tremote- areas as Dawson Creek,  Fort St. John and, of course, the Sunshine Coast. Mrs. Irene Anderson; of Gibsons and Mrs." Doris Crowston of Secheit  represented the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council.  Failure to pay fine  neis28day|in  GIBSONS man William Edward Montgomery, charged with impaired driving  November 5 was sentenced to $250 and  six months suspension. Failure to pay his  fine after given time to pay resulted in  sentence last week to 28 days in jail.  Two juveniles, one from Gibsons and  one from Secheit, were arrested last week  on possession of marijuana. The Secheit  youth was apprehended as he was on his  way to board a bus for Elphinstone Secondary School. Both have been remancted  for triaL  * Another youth has been charged as a  result of the recent theft of goods from  Campbell's Variety Store, Secheit The  first juvenile appeared last week and was  remanded until today for trial, the second,  also a juvenile, comes up later.  Another juvenile, also from the Secheit  reserve, was put on indefinite probation  following an attempt to steal a car on  Hallowe'en night. Y  Passers-by were amazed to see a car  spin around a corner in Secheit, strike the  side of a parked truck and speed off without stopping, last weekend. Police were  quickly alerted and a short while later  Phillip Joe of the Secheit reserve was apprehended near Hackett Park and charged  with hit and run. He is expected to appear  before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt" this  week.  these usually look terrible,',' he said,. an<* ot C(��asem�� students,^roa^mswers. -and aides for first aid. Blankets had,been     *Zfhrirsl n___Arlo  regarding- mining imt^sich"tfine ��al-    ��*���� h* ^xsana^ ��* depaxtin^tsr. _*    ���ght there"*was one pitfall,\whei-e ���'would" - V W.   ~h      > "-  ^   m     '^ ^ v"��  ....       *     -  >        ^/r      *  it  "    K       ,   -     *  I  I  WE  ]*m\U     t             I  Mpji  F fiJf " 1'  n ��...  regarding* rezoning  son completes his "findings and comes up  with recommendations.  STORAGE BUILDING  One tender only was received for construction of the proposed village storage  building on village property near Hackett Park, planned for storage of Village  ���see page A-5  volved.  School 'Principal Sam Reid pointed out  that traditional fire-drills have become  routine and' chances are that everyone  would not be. accounted for and what  wOuld procedut-e.be then.  EMERGENCY  Disaster struck the school at 10:50 a.m.  when an explosion occurred in Mr. Bob  ROIJ7& GUN DRAW  Winners of the Gibsons Rod and Gun'  Club draw were T, Kelly, Gibsons, winner  of a .270 Savage rifle; P. Madison, Gibsons, Bushnell Binoculars and J. Stanway,  Gibsons, Free Club membership. Club reports next .22 indoor pistol shoot will be  at the Secheit, Rod and Gun Club Dec.  14 and the Sunshine Coast Pistol League  Shoot at the Gibsons Club Dec. 14.  GOLF CLUB HOUSE  Nineteenth hole is reported as near  completion at the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club, heating is installed together  with stove and fringe. Sufficient help to  paint the ceilings and wall paneling will  complete the job. '  CHRISTMAS NUT DRIVE  District Boy Scouts will conduct their  Annual Nut Drive Saturday, December 6.  District exrtends from Langdale to Halfmoon Bay. Please support this worthy  cause.  PENDER HARBOUR  Times this week welcomes our new  school column from Madeira Elementary  which st|arts off written by Valeria Reid.  Main factors  Instruction and transport  help cause budget deficit  BUDGET-wise, Secheit School District  anticipates a, deficit of $58,000 but the  figure is only an estimate at this stage,  secretary-treasurer Jim Metzler told trustees at last Thursday's Board meeting.  Greatest deficit is in the instruction  section estimated at $46,500 and in transportation estimated at $8,900; shareable  section also shows an estimated deficit of  $12,000, and a small sum in non-operating  due to Holiday Theatre. Administration  shows an estimated surplus of $1,000; Op-  crating���$5000 and a small surplus in the  health account Maintenance section is  uncertain.  Mr. Hanna pointed out that shift classes accounted for the instruction and transportation account deficits, requiring rlaore  staff and extra bus schedule.  Investments in deposit receipts had  picked up a few extra dollars, the secre  tary-treasurer told the Board.  196& Budget was already in excess of  that allowed by the Provincial Govern-,  ment by $227,753 but both Secheit and  Gibsons Councils approved the excess and  it was not necessary to go to referendum.  The total budget figure was $1,853,185,  TRANSPORTATION  Letter to the Board from Secheit Motor  Transport advised that bus drivers are  now members of the Amalgamated Transit  Union Local 101-134 and waiting time  for buses will now be increased from $5  to $7,38 per hour.  Transportation Chairman Bill Malcolm  asked that the matter be studied by the  transportation committee as he did not  know the amount involved. j  Mr.   Malcolm   also   advised   that   the  �����ee page A;5  blankets^ stretchers and first aid equipment be obtainable in such quantities at  such short notice. Also there was a shortage of-vehicles suitable for transferring injured children to hospital and there .was  considerable delay before all the. injured  arrived at St. Mary's.  It could easily be said that it could,  never happen but wherever large numbers of people gather any accident could .  result in a large number of casualties.  There could be up to 55 children in a  school bus and the simulated disaster  pointed out the need for an emergency  center,  CIVIL DEFENCE  On hand watching proceedings was  civil defence co-ordinator, Capt. Wes.  Hodgson from Gibsons who has long been  anxious to see more interest in this field  and tjhis week a meeting is being held  with hospital and teaching staff, civil defence officers, firemen and police officers  to set up an emergency system. Mr. Reid  will make recommendations to the School  Board based on this practice and others  to follow in the hope that an overall.emergency scheme can be put into effect  throughout  the  district.'  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit- Director  Dr. D. L. Gemmill watched proceedings  with interest us he hod just arrived in  'Secheit hoping to gain acceptance for a  ���see page A-5  SECHELT, District School Board will send  strong, protest to Victoria regarding  cabinet decision to hold all school referenda in abeyance. Chairman of the Board  Shiela Kitson made the recommendation  in view of the amount of work that had  been done in preparing referendum No.  10 and the fact that the need for classrooms' at Secheit Elementary School., and  Elphinstone Secondary is immediate and  acute.  Letter from Victoria addressed to the  Secretary-Treasurer indicated that in order to channel limited supply of funds  into emergency areas���where classrooms  are in critical short supply���all proposals  will be held in abeyance, Outstanding  referenda will be reviewed early 1070 to  identify classroom needs.  The Board had been awaiting Victoria's  approval of Referendum No. 10 and it had  been hoped, to present the $2.7 million  question to taxpayers on December 6. In  the meantime Publicity Chairman Mrs.  Agnes Labonte and her committee had  been meeting with public bodies and organizations to acquaint (hem with details  of the referendum and  it is understood  Twenty-one seats . ��� .  t. v, ������     *    **   "���*     ���** ���*** ���*  .t  ��� ��  ���**;  .i^.-jf*"'-  ��� ���. -v      ������  ��� ���*  i.     f c * n��i  /  f OS'  *.     - * * }  i  '���*>!>   ' *.**c��v  .���**���  ,f>W **   m  ��W I  �� ����� �� _ "������  �� ���_  ?-&&?*&_.  4-  ft'    *  \ff^  .*���  *-��  i   i  r  'Mr,**"'  m.-$i ���;  . _-  . a. i*.      "���  s, y - ���*��� -  _  -  -*."       .   -.-.;*.      .i.iiv-sv jt'fV��v?'..'_*��.-�� .-.:*���   V'-^-S'-  * Y-   *-  Happy to be in Brownie Land nnd  mc-rnw-r^ of U\e 2wl GibiXiiiia, Pack  aro: Lori Daugherty, Lori Frederick,  Happiness  Bonnie Horner, Trudy Vcdoy and l.a-  v��'_u\na Baktt.   Brownies were en  rolled recently and Snowy Owl baked  a special cake in their honor.  \  LONG TIME community worker, Charles  Mnndellum of Gibsons, announced last  .weekend his intention of seeking office ns  alderman for tin* one yeiir term of Gibsons council, vacant through resignation  of Wally Peterson who seeks election as  Mayor.  Operator of Ihe Gibsons SheU Service  Station, Charley Mandelkau has resided  in the area for the p'jist twelve yelir.. dur-  ing most of which he has operated his  own business, lie Is u former Kinsman  and was prudent of the club at the time  it commenced work nn the Glb.sons Health  Centre,  He is an active member of thc Chamber of Commerce ,m<l was pi evident for  two years, served for thm* year.*- as chair-  man of the July IM committee and it*,  presently an active member of the Sunshine Coast Kiwiinli*.  Mr, Mandelkau told The Timet*'he h  peeking the one year term because nt. thi:.  lime, should the two aldermen completing  their two years terms decide to tn-k reelection, he feels they have done a g"'.d  Job and uhould In* put back in.  Last week we reported the first name  In the ring, that of Mr. William "Nimmo  who aIm> m*cI... the one year term of office,  SECHELT  Two week election as Mayor on SecJielt  Cotinril, Mayor Bill Sw.iln who series rv-  olwtiopr and Morgan Thompson wlio j��-  signed half way through his two-year term  in order to contest the Mayoralty.  Two names have been ilominaU-d for  the balance of his term, Secheit barber  George Flay and one time Commissioner  Frank Parker of West Secheit. Two other  seats of two years are completed by Chuck  Rodway and Harold Nelson. Mr, Rodway  has declned to stand again but Mr. Nelson  was renominated and the vacant seat is  sought by former Commissioner, Joe Benner.  Both Parker and Benner have been active In community affairs; Frank Parker  Is a former member and President of the  Bunt, him* Const Lions Club and has been  an active worker Jn the West Seehelt  Waterworks.  Joe Benner has been an active Kinsman, was Charter President of the Secheit  club and wan also Charter member and  President or the Sunshine Coast Lions  club. Ik* ii* a long time Chamber of  Commerce member and presently .vrves  as Vlce-Chalrmun.  George Flay has for mhiio year,, been  actively occupied with the Seehelt Hod  and Gun Club and naiixd considerable  repute as an expert skin diver,  SCHOOL BOAI.D  Four watR luronii' available on the  School Hoard due to completion of term.*,  by Ch.t_s-n.im Sheila Kiuon, .Duo !>;**!;.;_��,  paga A-6.  that  on the  whole reception  had   been  favorable.  NO FREEZE      ,  According to reports, the announcement made on Tuesday of last week also  met strong opposition from spokesmen of  B.C. school trustees and teachers. Resources Minister Ray Williston, acting education minister in the absence of Donald  Brothers is reported to have said that  classroom needs in B.C. for 1970 will be  met on an individual and emergency basis.  Emergency provisions are available and  insofar as classrooms are concerned and  the basic classrooms that are required,  they will be handled oh an emergency  basis to make sure that all emergency  classroom needs are met.  Minister Williston said the move is not  a construction freeze but exactly the opposite. Classroom construction required to  prevent shifts lyill receive top priority  under the emergency provisions.  CROWN GRANT  I Survey has now been completed of thc  Board's Crown grant property at Selma  Park and a plan has been received showing the 11%-acre block of fairly level  property together with subdivision plans  for surrounding area. This is the proposed  site of the secondary school included in  referendum No. 10.  PUBLIC MEETINGS  Announcement of the referenda freeze  resulted in cancellation of public meetings  but members of Local 297 requested that  their meeting with the Board on November 20 be held as planned, said Publicity  Chairman Mrs. Labonte, Trustees agreed  to attend and thc Chairman expressed  thanks to Mrs. Labonte for all tlie effort  put into the publicity campaign.  GROUP REQUEST  Last minute letter received by the  Board from the Association for Support of  Progressive Education and signed by secretary E. H. Hurritt asked ihe Board to  either eliminate plans for Secheit Secondary School I until school population warrants another secondary school or to put  it on a separate ballot.  Tho letter hlated that thi* group has  learned from various m.iutcs that a $2  million capital expenditure is planned with  $1 million being spent on Scchclt Secondary School and $Ti million on Klphin-  utone expansion. Some of tin' expenditure*  is necessary for educational progress and  others have a controversial nature. Elphinstone was detcribed as being marginally  effective and Fender Harbour sub-standard in that it did not offer a wide range  of counies. The group believe;, that a third  .secondary mIiooI will jeopardize the effectiveness of Klphin.stone and that not  one of the tuliool*. will provide the variety  of course*) necessary for educational needs,  The letter further gluted Thia is obvjou,*. to  itcondary .chool students; ond well  known io p,ut;oW ..nil mart peopH* in the  district,   .  ���.,  / > �����_. -f   v* V** *v\-~ ^Vw V  TU^ V^  h- *^-> J��*i* ^*'/*^^ 'v^/iu t^v^Xws^V". -v'% v4Vv ^V'-v^^^^V- -^ ^* '  ^..-^*.**_>��� *.���**��� ir1!'** **'-*'^/-v****��.,*��� *. *v **v**v,��* v %'���*. <vjt* <i s1\*ss,',' v*-* ���. v/v^vi"!* v'V-C1 y <��*���'._  \ -*fl �����*- V*-*   *>  V-C1  y   <��-*3  tf>*V:'H.  ^/-���'i*''"!.   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Hayes at Secheit,  B.C, Phone 885-9962.  28i7-tfn  Help wanted  DAVIS Bay. 4 room unfurn-  " "ished "house vacant, with oil  stove & wood heater. PJ& 885-  9623. /        "    ' 3563-52  2 BEDROOM unfurnished hse.  on highway at Wilson Creek  2 school age children acceptable. * Immediate ' occupancy.  Ph. 885-9731. 3593-51  GARDEN Bay/Pender Harbour 2 br, fully furnished  cottage. All conveniences.  Fireplace, oil heat, hew wharf  until May 15th. 883-2561. ' .  3624-1  3 BEDROOM home] auto heat,  furnished   or    unfurnished.  Roberts Creek. $100 month.  Phone 926-1024. 3634-2  Three  Insertions    '   YY  $1.50  ���Extra line* .4 words) ..:,.._���15c  (This fate does not apply, to  commercial Ad-Briefs.).   .  Box Numbed .. ,���. 1 Oc extra  25c* Book-keeping chars^ Is added  for Atl-Briefs not paid by  ' publication date. *'  Lega| or Reader advertising 35c  per counHfoQ. '���  Display, advertising  iri  classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per Inch.  ' Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.G0 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $,5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizen? -_i_$3 yr.  By carrier'__ ! 50c month  COMING EVENTS  tlOSTESS, "housekeeper, cook,  live ottt. own car preferable,  hours to be arranged to .suit;  1- bj.!$inessman, 2 -teenage boys,  both' working" and 2 French 45! 2 Bedroom trailer, single  Poodles. Routine, look after br couple only. $85 month,  honie, laundry ahd- make nice Available Dec. 1. 885-9970 or  dinner, for evening. Good pay    885-2342. 3644-52  for efficient person with nice  disposition. Photfe! days, 885-  2228; eves];". 885-2028; leave  hame and number, ��� your call  will be returned giving details.   '    '. 3625-1  REAL ESTATE  TWILIGHT THEATRE   ,  Gibsons, B.C.  Wed., Thur., Fri., Nov. 26, 27,  & 28 at' 8 p.m."and Saturday  Matinee, Nov.-29 at 2 p.m. and  Evening  at 8 p.m.  "DOCTOR DOUTTLE"  starring Rex Harrison  lion:, Tuse., & Wed., Dec. 1,- 2,  .'" h 3 at 8 p.m.  Y"V*/HERE IT^Y-VF'   (Restricted)  Phone 886-2827  '*'...:.;.". V*.:",  3653-52  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR." and Mrs. Bill Billingsley  ' of Secheit announce the  forthcoming marriage of their  daughter Dkyle Alison tp Mr.  Ronald Alfred Sfebert son of  Mr. and Mrs. August Siebert  of Madeira Park on Saturday  November 39, 1969. A reception will be held at 8 g.m. in  tEe'Legibn HWJMadeira. Park  for friendsr >t_ft(iuiirfati'we^1"of  the -families:��� I ��� - 3633*52-  MR. ^i_a"Mw."'Vt^Qr,'"^imsice  of Davis Bay7 wish to an-;  nounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Vicki-  Lee to Ole Hansen, son of Mr.  and Mrs. Poul Hanseniof Wilson Creek, cremohy to "take  place at St. John's ��� United  Church ' on December 13th,  Rev. James Williamson officiating. 3638-62  SALAL DICKERS WANTED  Phone /Vflrs. Nai4a Wilson  885-9746-or write: "  Box'3$0, Secheit, B.C.  ...     - ^2910-tfn  /       CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  Contact giant before picking.  Located   at Roberts   Creek,  acrbss street -from store.  Phone 8S6--2633*  3457-tfn  p|5|TUARY  jyiURDQCH ��� Passed away  November 14, i960, Royal  Douglas Murdoch of 2163  Primrpse St., Abbotsford, B.C.,  ag..d 7 70' years.' Survived by  Wg ' loving wife Lily; i son  "Vyilliam of Nova Scoria; 1  daughter, ^rs, O. <Jpa*a) Slavey Of*Madeira Park, B.C, 7  grni��dc)_i}drep;' 1 si^itir, Mrs.  Marie Walderp. Memorial  scrvicp, was held in t,l>e Boal  %iporial Chapel, '1*305 'Lil-  ldoet Rd., N. Vancouver, S|itn;  Aay Noveniboi* l(J, Rpy, R. F-  Filer" ' offI'ciftted, cxamaWm,  flowers gratefully' "dcQiin9d..  Arrangements through the  Memorial "Society of B.C. &  Fiv'st. Memorial Services Ltd.  , * 3031-52  ~t���i���'c: '���"'���    ' ".    - "��� ���   MURDOCK; Pnsiicd nwi,iy,  November 14, 11HW.' Boyal  Douglas Murdoch of Abbotsford, B.C., aged 70 years. Survived by his loving \yUo Lily,  1 sop Vyilliam of Jfovn'.S��pt.��,  1 daughtei* Mrs. O. (Jean) Sladey of Madeira park, "B.C., ��� 1  sister Mr��. Marie WaWcrn,  and, 7 grandchildren. Memorial service wasi hold In North  Vancouver , on Sunday, Nov.  lflth at 3 p.m., Rev. R. F. Filer  officiating. Cremation. Ar-  rnriBementn through tho Memorial Society ot B.C. and First  Memorial Services Ltd.  3052-52  PERSONAL  MEN   ��� Buy   her Avon   for  Christmas.   Secheit  it  Wll-  dori   Creek   area.   Ph.   Helen  Phillips, H05-__in3. 3367-52  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursday*, Wilson Creek Community 'Hall. Ph. 0B5-U32? or 08��-  2079. SSOQ-tf"}  AVON calling ��� Las. call for  Christmas,    Norn     Lcltncr,  Selma Park. 805-2383. 3013-51  STOLEN  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  ^Madeira Park; .B.C..���..,....-.  Sglgl Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  Contact plant before picking.  Located 1st house north of  Pender Hajrbour HoteL .  Phone 883-2265  3458^tfn  HELP WANTED (Male)  Wanted Immediately  AUTOMOTIVE MEGHAN IC  for cqrj<deQ}$r$h\pjjijy  77,;.::������^ in': PJR, -Cired.'' ',^:;"'y'-  , Steady, employment -*  . References TExpeeted  Please siate qualifications  '"'lv  Write Box 3660  peninsula  Times,  Secheit  366Q-^fn  l''  WORK WANTED  ISXPERIENCED     dressmaker  & alterations. Ph. 886-2993.*  3208-tfn  IRONING, baby sitting ' or  ��� light housework. "Mature  \vomah 886-9401. Eves:  ".;]'������ ���,..,.. ?S04-5^  TILLICUM Chlmneir Service.  Eaves cleaned and. repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc' All work  guaranteed, RR1 Secheit,' Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  ���' .        .2,754-tfn  QEAT the fpll-winds; We top,  limb, fall or put T.V. pnteh-  nw in trees., Insured work,  tiion# to your .satisfaction. Qur  fre<5 estimate may; be lower  ihan you think. Phono 885-  2109. 3054-tj.n  CAl^PENTEJR 'expert 'In all  Yjiriea," reliable, reasonable,  yynywhere on Sunshine Coast.  880-7423 eves, 3510-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  - Multiple Listing Service"  PHONE 886-2248  Asking $10,000. down, BUT  MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER  for possesion of an attractive  Post & Beam style, threer  bedroom Home, totally modern  all electric, basement, walks,  patios, and garage, a terrific  buy "at $30,000.  Family home at Selma Park  on a big corner lot with spectacular -' views, qui-ft street*  has .good-sized living room,  kitchn .dining, two bedrooms  and bath on main floor, rec.  rocgn,* two bedrooms, furnace,  etc., on ground- fjoor; sundeck  car port (dbL), ahd well-main-  .tained grounds..,- Full price  $26,500, make any reasonable  offers on.terms.  .  .-���Ngw; home at Langdale, for  cash, is ah exceptional buy.  Big living room with onyx  fireplace^ view windows and  deck, extra large" kitchen-dih-  ing room, modern, two: bedroom up and two down, all  lower floor panelled, double  car-port, large lot. $26,500.  Three. acre - waterfront  block, Gower area, with cot-.  ta^e. which boasts big granite  fireplace, tremendous views  oyer Georgia Straits and Islands.  _$0 ft,. v<aterfroht, 400  WATERFRONT ��� Choice  ' beach lot?. Buy now.. Going  fast. Sjtop in at our pffice at  Halfmoo^ Bay for pamphlet.  Phope 885-9683. H. B. Gordon  &'Kennett'Ltd. Secheit. 885-  2013. a062-tfi_  MacGregor Pacific Realty  presents  SAN SOUCI ESTATES  Situated In  SECRET COVE  We can proudly say, these  are the finest lots on the Sunshine Coast.  For information contact: D.  Brynelsen or ', L. Campbell  688-3501 (collect 24 hrs.)  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  J400-777 Hornby, Vancouver 1  2865-tfn  GIBSONS ��� Large, fully  serviced lot on highway in  Village, close to schools etc.  Offered' at exceptionally low  full price of $2,500.  ��� Waterfront, full serviced lot with spectacular  view and 200 ft. curving  coastline. This is a choice retirement homesite in an area  of beautiful homes. Full price  $10,500. Terms.  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� ��50  ft. of Seafront ��� Have your  place in the sun on the sea  with this delightful park-like  4% acres with safe sandy "beach; ramp and float in protected water. Spacious family  home, excellent water supply.  A unique investment in health  wealth and happiness at the  F.P. of oni/ $32,500.  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR  ��� 8W* acres with 1100 ft. road  frontage; facing west; property is well treed and slopes  towards the highway. A: ter-y  rific investment at full p*fice  $9^500 with $3,500 down.  , Call Morton Mackay  886-9900 Eyes. 886-7988  PINLAY REALTY LTD.;  Gibsons .    Coquitlam  3649-52  THE SUN SHINES ON  FjXCELLENT commercial ' lot  ~;���-centre Secheit���highway location, level and cleared. All  services available. BojT 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfij  DELUXE rustic 2 bedroom  -home .completely furnished.  Fireplace & furnace, on 1.6  acres overlooking Garden  Ray Lake. All for only  $20,000 cash. Private. Box 47,  Garden Bay, B.C. 3604-52  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mf.    Good    263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses'.  WE TRADE  3061-tfn  West Secheit ��� 5 acres  with 150* of Highway frontage. Gulf view. $11,500.  Secheit Village ��center ���  .Flat and cleared building lot.  1fc����: b>ae&top .wad. -RoacU-al-���^3_ny^-~~-~~���~~~-^���,-.--  lo^a^ be^een" Ms and ^.-jy^.edv^���,__7Nexi to Fer-  nearest neighbor. Terms, pn. lty: Hip/,6 acr^s,withdver 500'  $2d;5QQ.. ,  For the most complete '  selection of properties  on the Sunshine Coast  call  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  FOR FREE CATALOGUE,  Phone 885-2235  "' 3279-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  23& acre William Island  Price $35,000  at Irvine's Landing in  Pender Harbor. Sheltered,  drilled well, terms available  4 ACRE trailer park or motel site, across highway from  Pender Harbour Hotel. Excellent terms.  CHOICE semi waterfront &  view lots. From $3,500 at  Madeira Park and Earls Cove.  Excellent terms. '  ONE waterfront lot left at  Earls Coye subdivision. Excellent terms.  . . 6% ACRES, 1,000' Highway  frontage. Ex! Subdivision"; or  Commercial Site. $8,000. At  Madeira Park. Excellent terms.  OLLI SLADEY,  Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE883-2233  3314-tfn  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  Phone 263-4993 collect or  736-5933 Mr.. Good  We Cover The Waterfront  -250 ft. about, on Lagoon Rd.  Madeira Pk. 3 lots, facing the  -water, $5,500 dn. ?: lots as a  - ^acJksfged'Jdeal. -"Mir.*-* Gb*oa^263fM  4993/      ���  BUY* your trash . fljeiperato**  * from Secheit Kinsmen -at  $3:50 each. Phone.885-9542.  GOVERNMENT publications  in stock at Times Book  Store, Secheit, "Qet Wet" fitness 8$ amateur sport directorate, $1.50 each. B.C. Pilot, $5.  Birds of Canada, $12.50. Coming soon, Year of The Land,  2nd printing," $35. Canada's  Marine Historv, $10. Ph. 885-  9654. 3420-46  YAMAHA   12   string   guitar,  $160" New. Offers. Ph. 886-  7230. 3566-52  IF  IT'S   suits���it's, Morgans  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  FIR & Hemlock blocks. Available at Britt Varcoe's, top  of Henderson Ave. Roberts  Creek. $15 cord. Eves, and  weekends only. R.R.1 Gibsons.  3617-52  MOVING "���    Furniture1   &  household   items   for   sale.  Ph. 885-2266. 3630-52  SERVEL    electric'  fridge    in  "working order, $5. Briggs &  Stratton inboard motor, 2 hp,  $10. Ph. 885-9676. 3632-52  FRIGID AIRE    electric   range,  $35. Phone 885:9564. 3635-52  / :���_   4 WHEEL, drive rubhex ..tire v  cat,   blade,   bucket,   winch. 1  Excellent condition.   885-9565.  3628-52  ADDING machine cash register. Treadle sewing machine.  T.V. Ph. 885-9412. 3639-52  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canyasr-rBoat. Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers  available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease -v��na  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the East end of an unnamed bay on the North End  df Nelson Island.  Take notice that Joseph  Robert King of 14269 100A  Ave, Surrey, B.C. occupation  Mechanical Foreman intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  ' Commencing at a post  planted and marked Joseph  Robert Kings 1S..E." corner;  thence 100- feet west; thence  300 feet south; thence 100 feet  East; thence 300 feet North  and containing % acres, more  or less, for the purpose of  summer home.  Joseph Robert King  Dated October 19, 1969.  3517-pub,  Nov.   5,   12,   19,   26  LEGALS (Continued)  * PUBLIC HEARING  ZONING BY-LAW NO. 92  Take notice that the Council of the Corporation of the  Village of Secheit, will hold a  Public Hearing at the Municipal Hall, Secheit, at the hour  of 7:30 p.m., on the 3rd Day  of December, 1969, under provisions of the Municipal Act,  to consider the proposed rezoning of property described  as: That portion of Block 7,  D.L. 303 and 304,, GP 1,  N.W.D. Plan 6457, LYING  WEST OF LOTS B AND C,  BLK 7, Plan 10637, ahd measuring 120 feet in the East-  West , direction, and 254 feet  more or less in the NORTH-  SOUTH Direction, from "Residential" to "Commercial".  Copy of the proposed  amendment may be inspected  at the Municipal Hall, Secheit,  during business hours, between November 20th, and  December 3rd, 1969.  Dated at Secheit B.C. November 14th, 1969.  E.  T. RAYNER  Clerk,  3603-pub. Nov. 19, 26, 1969  Form No. 18  7(-|ed:ion;82)-  LAND AGT  LEGALS  -,.!.).  -M  Acreage, Lots, Businesses.  LIST WHERE THE ACTION IS. OPEN MONDAY  THROUGH SATURDAY.  Do Wortman  Vince Prewier  886-2393  886-9359  fl    MONTH     old     Pobermnn  PJnseher, black & tan, ears  not cropped, ms been seen In  Sethelt ��rca. Ph. ��85-2860.  364B-02  HANpYMAN    wants  1 carpentry,    plumbing,,   yqu  pamo it. Phone 805-2177.  3573-82  BACK HOlij available, vyateT  line   and   septic   tanks   In-  dtnllecl.    880*2231    days,   080-  2171   evenings, 3027-3  -"'"" - -"' 1"   BAND available for Now  Years. References available.  Phono Tom Powell nt 880-  9833. *     3051-2  EXPERIENCED    baby    sitter  wants   evening   work.   Ph.  005-2441, 3042-2  FOR RENT  HALT, for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall,    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin nt 005-0575.  2035-tfn  FURNISHED  I  bedroom apt.,  available   in   Sccholt.    Ph.  885-2603.- 352$.-tfn  RITZ Motel���Rates, by day,  week, month. Commercial  crw rates. Full housekeeping,  Electric heat, RRfl-2401, qib-  so'vi, B.C, 3559-tfn  BEDROOM, use of all faclll-  ' tics, quiet. Working woman  non-smoker, ple��.fie. Ph. 005-  0401. Evea. 3665-52  TWO    pt>tl��/?e��    -or'"rff>t    iM  Halfmoon Bay.  M&MU.  .     3C47-52  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  7."''���''���'.       3648-52  PENDER H/VF-tBOUR: Waterfront acreage you can af-  for#! 3.3 acres t)f treed prop-  qrty with nearly 150 ft. on the  lagoon.: Some road in. Services available. Someone will  gi-ab It for $11,5:00. F-P. Call  DOIJ TAIT 88372284.  PENDER HARBOUR: A level . cleared, easy access lot.  perfect for a prestige horn-?  with' ocean y**cv.- Not far to  shopping, P.O.r marina. Try  youi. down payment on $4,500.  F.P. Call DON TAIT 883-  2284.  WEST PORPOISE -BAY:  For q large growing family I  A 10 room older type homo  witli pqirtio) basement and  furnace, Oceaxii vjew and easy  beach access. Full price  $13,000.  WEST SECHELT: For the  handyman, here's real opportunity. Over 4 ac. of excellent  garden ��oil. $<>me cl��**arlp@.  "Unfinished' 4 room house.  Qbod well, concrete cribbed.  Jtow fruit trcps. Close to  school. Try $3,_fQQ dqwn.  ROBERTS CREEK: Two  lota���I ac. each. Close to Golf  Course, with community wat-  cjr available. Gently eloped  and nicely wooded these lots  aro a .rood buy at $3,000, each.  Older home with 2 bdrms.,  kitchen, utility and living  room with terrific view. Centrally located within one  block of .shopping. Terms on  $10,000.  GIBSONS WATEUFONTs A  3 bedroom beauty. Full basement ond auto-oil furnace. On  good sized grounds fully landscaped. Also revenue homo on,  property, Must'be seen to appreciate. $25,000 will handle.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  K. Butler  Ron McSavancy  Ed, Butler  J>on Tflit  )*.*__.._-���-   ��� 886-2000  ��� 000-0656  ��� 606-2000  ��� m-tm  pcoa.&i  of highway frontage and over  400'. of waterfront. Also secondary access road, plenty of  room for Marina, Motel etc.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165* W.p.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast. 1  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots   on  water    system.    Going    fast,  choice of eight. Now $2950.00.  Terms.  SELMA PARK ��� Lovely  view lot with older 2 bedroom  home. Bird sanctuary with  enclosures. Imported birds.  Take all for $17,500 cash. Also  2 bedroom home on large view  lot at $15,500 cash.  Multiple fisting Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hidden ��^5-9504  H. B. GORDON  8, KENNETT j,TP.  Phorie 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  3636-52  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  1400-777 Hornby St.  7   Vancouver  1, B,C,  Telephone Q08-3501  On w-f Francis Peninsula 4  bdrm. A-O homo, Terms on  $10,000.  Handy to ferry, comfortable  spacious 3 bdrm hdme for  holiday or permanent residence as close to fishing and  swimming ns you con get  short of w-f. -  For cash; almost 9 acres of  secluded woods with Gulf  view, $4500.  Sunny lot in Georgln View  Bubdlvlfllon. Easy access, wind  protected, not all rock. Easy  terms nt $4,000, or offers for  cash.  We have a choice of good  building sites with Gulf and  Island view In Gibsons.  View corner lot on highway  nt Selma $2750.  20 acres of highway property, easy to dear for farm or  subdivision, Springs on, community water on the way,  $23,000.  28' x 9VV flbroRlass boat  vvlth 4 berths equipped for  charter. Owner will introduce  buyer to cbentelo nnd beat  fishing ground***. Going huni-  n��*sn $16,000. Boat only $(2,500.  Snlefjnuin: Jack Warn.  Phone 8(10-7244 or (180-2081'  8040-68  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  ���, Good holding property on  main st. in; busy shopping  are^i. Store size 3000 sq: ft.  Buy at todays prtce. Only  $15,000 down. Terms. Mr.  Good 263-4993. .  SMALL HOLDING ��� Just  off highway on high ground  with year round water supply  plus two room cabin about 4.6  acres. ,$11,950. Mr. Good 263-  4993.  ' REVENUE PROPERTY on  the beach. Four suites per?  manent rentals or good for retirement, ��� plus income; 25 yr.  lease. Only $5500 down. Fully  furnished. Mr. Good 263-4993.  For the Sunshine Coast Call  Mr. Good collect 263.4993 and  list your property.  I COVER YOUR AREA  ���    LIST NOW  Mr.   Good  263-4993  BLOCK BROS.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of ARCHIBALD  CAMPBELL, Deceased, late  of Secheit, B.C.  Creditors and  other having  claims against the said estate  are  hereby  required to  send  them   duly   verified,   to   the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Bur-  rard Street, Vancouver 1; B.C.  before the  14th  day  of  Jan,  1970, after whic^i date the. a?-.  I setsnofi theiSaid-iEsta.e Ni411;.b%  distributed,     having     regard  only toV claims that have been  received.  Clinton1! W. Foote  PUBLIC   TRUSTEE  3629-pub. November, 26, 1969  Notice of Intention to Apply  .;..-.Yv; .���������to..LeMfe,;iian'd--.y;.  In Land Recprding District  of Vancouver, %C and "situate  On the South Side of an unnamed Bay on ihe North end  of Nelson Island. :  Take notice that Louis Peter Kisling of. 9954 138 Street,  Surrey, B.C. occupation mason  intends'to'apply for a lease of  t!ie following described lands:  , Commencing at a post  plahted 650, feet, west of the  post' marked "Joseph Robert  King", and marked. Louis Peter Kisling's North East corner  thence 100 feet West; thence  300 feet South; -thence 100 feet  east; thence. 300 . feet North  and containing .% acres, more  Or less, for the purpose of  summer home.  7   Louis P. Kisling  Dati-% October 19, 1969.   *      '  *oa;-,��_f ._n^_   2i,ott ^*.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)'  LAND ACT    ,.  Notice of Intention 7io ^Vpply  ....      t07j^gage i^arid  In Land Recording District  of. Vancbuver.'B.C. and' situate  on ther South side pf -m unnamed tay on the North end  of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Maurice  Lewicki Of 8871 118 Street,  Delta 716, B.C. occupation Scrap Deafer intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  - Commencing at a post  planted 450' West of the post  marked "Joseph Robert  King," and marked Maurice  Joseph Lewicki's north east  Corner) thence 100 feet west;  thence 300 feet south; thence  100 feet east; thence 300 feet  north and containing % acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of summet-homer       '    ~  Maurice Joseph Lewicki  Dated October 19, 1969. >���  3519-pub.  Nov.  5,  12, 19,  26  &%M&iWr~&  -���noi.S-ibb  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  REALTY LTD.  3650-tfn  CARS and TRUCKS  1951    FORD    Sedan,    engine,  power train good, rest fair,  $00, 083-2284. 3590-tfn  lipf MORRIS  1100   for  pale.  iPhpm. 880-2441 ovea. 3020-1  TRAILERS  .'_ I. .       I    I      I L.   I   II .    I i  l(j FT. Fireball travel trailer,  Q ft. wide, fully self con-  & heater. Toilet & holding  talncd. Propane stove, fridge  tirnl?. 12 v & U0 v. Water  tank. 12 v electric brakes. H,  D; tires. Excellent condition.  $1505 for quick solo. Ph. 805-  2(j33. 3041-tfn  yyANTEP TO BUY  WOOD stove  In good condition. Apply Box 8, Secheit,  Ii;C.        1         3605-51  nj\'DY' carriage "that convortn  if   possible   to   cor   bed   St  .tloUer, Ph. 885-2362.   3Q43-52  IjOGS WANTED  ^n\ali   quantities   purchaacd  Red & Yellow. Cedar, Alder,  Fir, Maple  Phone 885-9722 or  733-2586-721-0731  3385-tfn  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate  North Lake.  Take  notice  that  Reginald  .Atkins of p5l West 30th, Vancouver,    occupation    salesman  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  'Commencing at a post  planted N.E. Corner 100 ft,  from N.W. Corner of Lot 7000  thence N.W. 100 ft.; thence  S.WV'300 ft.; thence S.E. 100  ft., thence N.E. 300 ft. ond  containing % acres, more or  less, for the purpose of Bummer home.  REGINALD ATKINS  Dated October 20,  1909.  3558-pub. Noy. 12, 19, 20, Dec.  3, 1909  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on the South Side of an unnamed bay on the North end  of Nelson Island.  Take notice that Shirley  Yvonne Pietz pf 2113 9th Ave.,  , New Westminster, occupation  PRX operator, intends to apply for a lease of tho following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 050' west of post mar-  Iced "Joseph Robert King",  and marked Shirley Yvonne  Pletz's North West corner  thence 100 feet East; thenoe  300 feet South; thenco 100 fee\  West; thence 300 feet Nort|i  and containing % acres, more  or less, for tho purpose of  summer homo.  Shirley Yvonne Pietz  Dated October 10, 1009,  3521-pub. Nov. fl,  J2,  19. 20  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention tq Apply  to Juease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  Soiith Side of unnamed bay on  the North end of Ne^lf-on Island,  Take notice that Thomas  Gunning of 12531 66th Ave.,  Sut*rey, occupation Service  Station Operator intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at, a post  planted 350''west of post marked "Joseph Robert King",  and Marked Thomas Gunning's North East Corner,  thonce 100 feet East; thenco  300 feet south; thence 100 feet  West; thencq 300 feet north  antl containing % acres, room  br, less, for the purpose of  summer home.  Thomjja  Gunning  Dated October 19, 1909.  3518-pub.  Nov.  5,   12,   19,  20  WEBSTER8 new standard dictionary for home, school St  office, $1.20. At The Tlmea  Book Store, Scchclt, Ph. 888-  9084. 3062-37  PITS  GOOD.home wanted fo* beautiful young male  cat.  Ph.  885.0974, 3640-52  fj(To ��ay l\\a\ ndvortlolng mnkoo people, buy  Is none ansa. AcSv��ft^jii9 can't r��acfi Into  somebody's poet<ot and totto tho monoy.  It Informs and porouadoo.  1    , .  It encouragon uo 60 npond and govg.  It opona up a f ld��r ^Sio(^ for all o\ m*  And Isn't that vvhnS our f rco,  compotltlvo economy lo nil obou??pr3  Pmt.W.H,Poc}!��  Bchool oj Ouuinofo  Qwm'% Un'yer iilty  For tho full text of Professor Poolo'n remarks on advertising, write to tho Canadian Advertising  Advhory Hoard, 159 0��y Street, Toronto 116, Ontario. We work for better attverliiitiR.  ���,  .  4i ..-, ,..���J��..,,V. ,^vs. -^i^,^'.^. , v-'--<-^-vsT-, i'W...; <-."*, 7 "y-'v.-.^^^^^y.*^.;^^^ <7.iJ.^<'-v.-^,'".-.'*-,-'^*J.'*-"-!;"V-- V{V*.-1.--*W.S--' '/���'*-i-����* >;-.;^'<'. -��.^.'v'.-V^'V.*-*_*/-r *."-.* ���, w,,./*.,-.-*,-.,.;^-.v ,. v-*'v. ��. ��-   .���<*tV<J*v*fi*v .vv^a**.' ., t.V*AV,\ ,CV'v'.  .S'V . I���*.''-.*^ �� i'->-'- ^V'.V^'-r' /'. <':-' '.XV'.' �����/*.'-J 'i '/*>.*', 0"*."*'.  r  ��� *  *����*-.  *-4-  i-y-*.'?  *�����  *.*��  . ~ ���**  *\,--  .'���X  -*-  ;  v.  N  -.'  H  ���}���'>'��  ���fe  *i-  .  ���  i   ��^ �� .,  *w,_- -  '     '.I  i  <  ^. �� -  ���W  - ~r     \  '-%,  ^  a. ^��  sees  when told nol eligible  DESPITE stoiies that have been circulated to the effect that Mr. Jim Tyner of  Pender Harbour is not eligible to stand  for Regional Board, it has been made  clear that although his nama appeared  to have been left off the voters list as a  taxpayer, such is not the case.  Mr. Tyner has represented the Pender  area on the Board for the past year and  has been a property owner in the area for  many years. He told The Times last week  "the Board Secretary Treasurer Charles  Gooding informed me I was not on the  list and was therefore not eligible, further, that nothing could be done. The  matter was quickly rectified after I* consulted with my lawyer in Vancouver."  Mr. Tyner will seek re-election as director after being asked to represent the  area by the v/ell over 100 strong Ratepayers Association.  "We<fii"ggtfoy;ti&vember26i "T96��  The Penlttmls Times Paige A-3  *\��^��#>jWJW*'ftM����^^  j        f  /  *_v- ,  ��� -       ��*     J  t\  4*  \�� '  -,��...  \  .   ���*.  \.  The 1906 Russell, a Canadian car built  by the-Canadian Cycle and Motor Co. of  Toronto,.had its,gear. Shift���three speeds  forward and one reverse ��� mounted on  the steering column.  p.m. this FRIDAY, November 2��  $f��Utlfi   i^   i  Dinner i-V Sin<  5 per person  By reservation on!$f  R.R. 1, Holfmoon Bay  Phono 885-2232  mmmmmmmiips^mm  Happy Birthday  ranch 69 Seaior-dtizens  acc.r>te nme. __* member.  REGULAR monthly meeting of the* Sen-' -gafljbrg-the tetter will*be found in your  Mr. T. W.-Marsfcin of Wilson Creek    ciaCion to -honor his - 8OH1 birthday OPT inn? T aril DC  often/.makes news around this time of   .celebrated officially on November'25. D.L#. i_ilUxlo -uaUlca  the year because he is usually the    lViafiing Ithe "presentation "is   Mrs. , j   "L  1  jovial. Santa Claus at the Christmas , Madge Hansen just elected "President J0Q  3flQ flclKG  SUCCGSS  parties but last Thursday he received   of the Association and ori th6 right is       ���,������..    ., ,   _  a gift"from -the Senior Citizens Asso-   Mrs.'T.;W. Marstin.   ~~-    "   * Christmas themo was evident m the  �� r ���       ., . *   ' very successful Lions Ladies Tea and  Active Association  ���  ���  ���        '" '".';  "     '"'"' *   -       Bake sale"h?ld on Frmay afternoon I Tea  tables looked very festive with" red table  cloths and white serviettes; centre pieces  were miniature choir boys dressed in\ red  and white.  This year Mrs. Dorothy Rodway wa;  conyenqr of the bazaar- and' President  Mrs: Marilyn Campbell larid-'^Sssi-jj.' H.  Bejiher poured for the occasion. -The  -Christinas tree bauble, cohf est proved to  be very, popular and" the home baking  sold but quickly as usual, also the wide  variety of sewing, novelties and fancy  work. ���  The beautiful crochetea bed spread  went to N. Pearson, West Vancouver; L.  McKinnell, Secheit won the picture! and  Ann Rennie won the pillows.  Door prizes went to Shirley Fearnley  of Secheit and G. Burnett of Gibsons and  Candy Skytte won the doll raffle.  Christmas   tree Tprizes   were  won   as  follows: 2 theatre tickets ��� Mrs. Gordon  Jories. $5 gift certificate ��� .Janice Mullen.  Fruit cake ��� Mrs. Shirley Feamley7 "Red  & white bikini ��� Eleanor Swan. Weekend  excursion by Tyee ��� Jeri Mullen.  Charm bracelet ��� Mrs. Shirley Fearnley.  Linen tea towels ��� Mrs. Doreen Mullen.  Thermal  serving  tray  ���  Mrs.  Sargent.  Coffee set ��� Mrs. Ada Dawe; 12 lb. turkey ��� Mrs. Gladys Clarke. Box chocolates ��� Mrs. Phil Pearson. Gift wrap>���  ,,^6'een.ypiuig, ^closing  a  most  njoyable .  Mrs. Phil. Pearson, Di^eyi^t .PatJo.lGar-  >v meeting. The'next gendfaV^ meeting ^wilbiJ dens: ^.M^s^j^^  'bi^h'f&i J��to"h-$%, 1970?o��      VHt..-,.f!      ,^>Jor-i'^_vIra..Kay Nelson.. Y'.y.7  ��� ���V"i^   "  i "���   '' '- '       ' '     .      .7''     "....-. ..,.,..   .....-, y .      .........  ior ** Citizens' Association, Branch 69, ~  was held on Nov. 20 in the Secheit Legion Hall. After-the singing of "6 Canada'^ there *.vas a one minute silence an  memory of the late 3_fr. Wilbert Cranswick of Green Court, Secheit. The chairman, Mrs. Madge Hanson, then welcomed,  visitors and 9 new members. There was  an attendance^of 70^ memljers.^ _  After, the minutes and! the business'  concluded, Mrs. Hanson ..reminded members of the' Tea^ Bazaar.^ and Bake Sale  to be held hi the Legion Haill on Nov. 29,  from 2-4 p.m. There will also be an interesting display of Curios and Antiques.  Also mentioned was the Christmas dinner ahd Party to be held on Dec. 11 at  12:30 p.m., instead of 1:30 p.m., as previously announced. This will be held in  the Legion Hall, also, any members who  have not already purchased their tickets  for the dinner, arfe urged to do so immediately.. Remember, it starts at 12:30.  Report .regarding  sick members was  given by tyrs. Ruth Mitchell." A; reminder  that the Harry Hill memorial Trust Fund  is ready to ^V^^e donations!, wgs goeri^  tioned: The^&jrthly raffle sfras'wbh by1  Mrs. Marlene Wjlliams.  Most important "business .transacted*  was the Election of Officers. This was  conducted by Canon A. Greene. The following slate of Officers unanimously elected include: Pres. Mrs. Madge franson;  1st Vice Pres. Mr. Wm. McGregor; 2nd  Vice Pres. Mrs., Beryl Blackstock; Trj_as.  Mrs. Edna Poote; Sec*. Mrs. Olive McGregor; Director^' Mrs.-Margaret Bell, Mrs.  Nellie Whaites, and Miss Ena Harrold.,  A7 volt* of thanks was' extended to the  nominating,"committee, Mr. Reg. Smears,-  Mrs; Lorne.-'Yates, and Mrs, Ruth" Mitchell for a difficult job, weUdone,  . -Another tote of thanks was extended  to -[.he Sunshine Coast Lions Ladies Auxiliary who-,'have kincHy volunteered , to  arrange transportation, for tho, member?  frripi Gibsbns and Roberts Creek, who  have; no means of transportation Pf their  own, -^y *thi-i \ thoughtful jgestiire, the  members will^be able to attend not only  tho meetings,-- but th Bazaar and tho  ChristmasDinner, as well.,'.   ��� ���  Tho Senior Citizens Counsellors, at  their recent*: conference ih New Westminster, request that all.persons having unused dr sui-jpius hearing aids in their possession, sqntl them in to their nearest  Counsellor. These will be examined and  repaired, if possible, and given to somo  needy porsoh. The Counsellor in tho Secheit area )s Mrs. Olive McGregor.  .There arq very few vacancies loft for  thb bus trip to Vancouver on Dec. 2. If  you wiRh to go, phone Mrs. Alice Batchelor without delay,  All Senlpr Citizens throughout Can*,  nda are urtfed to write a letter to tho  Prime Minliter, and their Member of  Parliament, , requesting an increase in  their Pension, and greater deductions in'  the Income Tax. Further irtformation re-  jpclLNevrepaper. The date that all letters  ,-^fe to bo.sent is Dec,. 1st.  " -Mrs. AYWagemakers of Selma PaFk,  was most generous in playing a number  of .Christmas Corols on her cello, and was  accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Hazel  Evans. Mr. Dave' Hayward sang several  beautiful solos���<<T Love Life", "A Bluebird... of Happiness", "A Cowboy's Day",  and "Dedication'. Mrs. Eva Hayward accompanied her husband on the piano.  --'Ylfe  -Walter   Marstin   was   presented  with a memento on the occasion of his  80th Birthday.  He replied most fittingly,  wih these lines:  Here's to you, old friends,  May*you live a thousand years,  Jiist to k6ep things happy  In this vale of tears.  And Slay I live a thousand years  Just short of but one day,  For I wouldn'*- care to stay on earth  If'you had gone away.  'Tea was served, and "God Save The  December meeting  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS -��� REPAIR WORK  -GEORGE: FAWKES  '..   Tel: 885T210O  ft.R./l, Secheit, B.C.  MICKIE'S BOUTIQUE  Specializing  in  Permanent  Florals  Secheit, B.C. Phone 885-2339  in thei Benner Block  P K RENTALS  Modeira Pork. B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Bqckhoe  y '��� - 7 '-"'^Trucks'-  Phoiie 883-2240  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FfcEE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home ond office  Kitchen Specialists  -   R. Birkin, Beach Aye., Roberts Creek  PKorie 886-2551      \  ..-.���;,'-r'' ,r>y:^*Ie!^li6n688^0W.7--r:,r''i     '"-\(lt  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  .    Pin�� Rd- & Grandrfew Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  FRANK E, DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every 7 Wednesday  88^48  HOWE SOUND 51015c STORE  1589 Marine -Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  Schitof Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  "���"-.'- -gIbsoims  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment-- Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete, line of: gppUonoes  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Ghiidren's Wear  Open.^ix days a week  Phone* 3&5-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  unshine        auto glass  coast        replacemen1  ervice Ltd.    a specialty  collision repairs  24 HOUR TOWlNG-^886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES \  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  .. LTD?  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towina  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Co��-  o.JH^^HJER'i BLOCK; SECHELT * v .i  fl' ^lo^erl^Nira's Beaut/^lorij "^ ���"-"  .������������'"'"���"   Phoiie 885^28187 - ;<'-���������. '���  Berhina & Omega  Sales, Ports, Service  REGULAR monthly ipeetihg of the Port  .yglellon,, branch of the Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital was held November 12 at  the home of Mrs. Elsie "Willis. There were  thirteen members present, so far five  rtW members have joined this term.  Mrs; Margaret Swan.jgave a full re-  A nominating committee, composed: of  the Mesdames Greggain, Gokool, and Da-  Vies was appointed to propose members  for the 1970 executive. > '   ���  Installation of officers will be held at  the next meeting and-.we'hope to have  Mrs. Paulette Smith from, Vancouver to  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No; 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, RR. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  pert $h ,thei Co-ordinating' Council' meet-    perform the candlelight installation ser  ir��g and Rjli*S, Margaret Qill reported the  highlights of the Provincial Hospital  Auxiliaries Convention, held in Vancouver, for which she was) tlelegate.  ; '..Jt wag moved and .seconded that a  cheque be sent to the Hospital Adminis-  tfatbr to help cover the cost of some-new  fUfnUuicq f^r the patients' lounge areas  at the hospital.  vice, This meeting will be held at the  home of a now member, Mrs, Reta Hin-  cks. in Langdale, Cecember 10 at 10:30  A.m.  '*  '"    *,' "    ''     ���   '  After the business meeting and installation of officers, lunc-heon will be served, All members and prospective new  members are asked to attejid this last  meeting of tho year.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All \ electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block,  Next to the Co**op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  UNSHINE  EW.NG  ERVICE \  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  At the Sign ol the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc ond Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating���Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 086-7721        Re.. 806-9956, 086-9326  C& S SALES  SECHELT. B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  SEASIDE PLUMBING  '.���'".���������'.. Gibsons ;..,.y7:Y.,  Plumbing -Pipefitting^  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  -M.���u.MK'rt * ���w.wA.f/.ift.i'. vid������'(^l>,wl<��� ���.���,>-., u,.^.1..��^.i^-��v<'\_,/"n^/��*ii"i  BETHBi BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAIO 8. TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Servico ��� "Mil9 o.m.  PHONE 885-9663  Ai7 Weltome  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���-SECHELT  8;00 a.m. Every Sunday  9;30 o.m. Church School  IliOOa.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 a.m, 1st ond 3rd Sundays  SAINT MARY'S���-GARDEN BAY  11:30 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  7:30p.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays  Rodroolfs^���3 p.m., 2nd, 4th Sundays  Eemont���3 p.m. 1st ond 3rd Sunday!  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico 11)15 a.m.  Ironing ServM 7-30 p.m.  P|N5TOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Dar/1 Oaf fto��<*" an4 Aibut��*  (J fc-f-��cfc�� up frcm HJgSnPJ^)  iKx^.WiiTiiuljr.';;iii'*ir.,ii3ra63r|  <_T  SECHELT AGGWCIES DATE PAD  ��� This freo reminder of coming events H a servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for freo listings, speclfyino "Dato  Pad". Pleas* note that spoco 1* limited and somo advance dates may  havo to wait tholr turn; also that this Is a -reminder" listing only and  cannot always, carry full details.  ITIf8HH��..l_BIBttlM^  Nov. 27���10 a.m, Crucll's Store Secheit. C.W.L. Bake Sale.  Nov. 28���2 p.m. Legion Hall Roberts Creek. L.A. Oaiaar & Tea.    .  ��� Nov. 29���24 p.m. Legion Hall SecheH. Sr. Citizens Assn. Baroar, Tea  ond      flake Sale.  Doc.  I���fl p.m. Gibsons Athletic Hall. Meeting to form Ski Club.  - Dec,   2���fl   p.m,   Wilson   Creek   Community   Hall.   Community   Assn.  meetlnjj.  Dec. S--2-4 p.m, Gibsons United Church Hall. U.C.W. Holly Tea and  Boutique.  Dec, 6���Langdalo to Holfmoon Oay. Scout and Cub Christmas nut drive.  Dec, 6���1:30 |.,m,-3 p.m, Super-Valu, Gibsons. 0.C, Parents Aux. bako  sale.  Dec. 9���fl p.m, Gibsons Anglican Church Hall, Guide & Orownlo L.A.  meeting.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OP PROPERTY  Multiple. LltHng Servico  Vancouver Reol Eitoto  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Scchclt 885-2235  AGENCIES LTO.  24 HOURS Gibsons 886-7015  HARBOUR MOTORS  Gas and Repairs  Garden Bay Road, Pender Harbour  ' Hours' 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.  Phone 883-2414   READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your 6ne Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Scaviow - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Secheit, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  COAST SEWER SERVICES LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for salo  Phono 883-2274  Box 09, Madeira Parle, B.C.  ^ BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Frea Esitimatos  Phono 886-7477  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery o Specialty  Pino line of fabrics.  Samples brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Dovis Bay   CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & ^XTERIOR  Freo Estimates  Phono 885-2375 after 5 p.m.  Em 593, Smkeft* B.C.  Phono 885-9713  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phone 883-2266   L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE   ^  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOE5  Ditching - Excavations  Offico In Bonnor Block  885-9666. Box 172, Secholt, B.C.  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secholt, B.C.  R. SCMULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secheit ta Ponder Harbour  Phono 883-2426   R.P, 1 Madeira Path, B.C.   L. CLAYTON  WELDING a MARINE  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Machine Shop . Steel Fobricatina  Complefo Una of nuts and bolts  MARINE WAYS  Ask for Larry  Phone 883-2535 - Madeira Pork, B.C.  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C Land Surveyors  Marino Building - Porpoise Bay  Secheit, B.C.  iff*ZiM -ff 2f��lft�� ��� 6499  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SU ITS: In Stock ahd Made to Measure    \  Headqucrters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  i Currie - Pioneer Glothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIR?  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTTD.  WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885-2118 -Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA        \  Furniture to anywhere in Canada.  General Freight. Low-bed and hoavy hauling.  ECHELT  GARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs,  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cow rio Street - 8859711,  CANADIAN PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-2185 - Box 236, Gibsons  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  ond Major Appliance Servico  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phono 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 pirn.  Re*. 886-9949  Classified AdBriefs reach nearly  2,200 homes every week.  Use them for steady, low-cost  advertising.  THE TIMES  ffetff?* 1.C,  *. ��r* j-1 M��.<A,Mt^ ,**A *i*�� <*-**"'*''*���'--* if*1"'.  *���*''   f '  ..*���_.*��_.*��.  ���, if%Kwjft��(*wfl*4fc!_ JtHlg. ,,i  ll. .J*     *"   .?��, j*"fc   J*:   ***^ ,?**^.   rffV.i'*!- -���"* .$%. l*^ .#!.. I***,   i^i   J^   ^.   ..T*. ���.-*-*; . Mf .1%.     .^...fffc, j4% t' ,--«"'!&1*-, *".*>, hi? '!*.
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Secheit Timbermen
With a few new players this year Secheit Timbermen are now working as
a team in Division 6 which unfortunately only has three teams this year.
Pictured from left front: David. Nestman, David Newton, John Branca,
Nick Bloxham, David Lamb and Scott
Jackson. Back: Coach Ted Farewell,
Wayne Phillips, Terry Rodwaiy, Dean
Crick, Scott Rodway, John Nftcker-
son, Craig Rodway, Kelly Bodnarek
and assistant coach Dick Branca.
Halfmoon Bay Happenings
—by Mary Tinkley-
Juvenile soccer
week-end results
WITH just three games to finish the first
, half of the season Sunshine Coast
Juvenile Soccer /teams are beginning to
show their strength. Games scheduled
for Sunday, November 30, are as follows:
Division 7—Game time 12:45 p.m.
R.C. Thunderbirds vs Local 297 (Roberts Creek).
•Gibsons Cougars vs Secheit Tee Men
Division 6—Game time 1:45 p.m.
Shop-Easy    vs    Secheit    Timbermen
(Hackett Park).
Division 4—Game time 2:45 p.m.
Residential Braves vs Gibsons Legion
(Hackett Park).
Gibsons Chargers  vs  Secheit Legion
Division 7
R.C. Thunderbirds 1. Gibsons Cougars 4.
Res. Warriors i Secheit Tee Men 0.
Division 6
Super-Valu 2 Shop-Easy 0.
Division 4
GibsonsTLegion 6,Gibsons Chargers 0.
..: .Secheit; Legion-.2"Res.7Brayes 3.      v-. '
ON SATURDAY, TNovember 22, the
Church of His Presence wasfragrant
with flowers just arrived from Honolulu.
The occasion was the wedding of Margaret Peggy Rea Goubeia and Robert
John Angel. The parents of the bride
flew from Honolulu to attend the ceremony at which Canon Alan Greene officiated. The couple will live in Secheit.
At a meeting of the Executive of the
Welcome Beach Community Association
held last week, the chief business was the
planning of the Christmas party and
smorgasbord supper planned for 6:30 p.m.
on December 6.
Mrs. Hugh Duff is supper convener and
an interesting and varied program of entertainment has been arranged. Admission, which includes supper, is $1 and
everybody is welcome.
The Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary
held its annual Smorgasbord Dinner on
November 24 ait the Alex Ellis home with
a good turnout and a very happy evening.
The Halfmoon Bay Improvement Association is planning its annual Christmas
dinner at the Patio Gardens on December
Twenty people attended the turkey
dinner convened by Mrs. Alan Greene at
her home on TNovember 21 and enjoyed a
very pleasant evening. Proceeds -tyill be
going to the Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing Society.
Please note that the film shows at the
Welcome Bea^h Hall have been changed
from Wednesday to Thursday nights. The
^ show»» .scheduledtfor< 7:30 p.m. on Thur&.
day, November 27, includes Whiskey Gap,
which employs rare photographs and artists' sketches to bring alive the history of
■the Northwest Mounted Police.
Interviewed in the film are old timers
and veterans of the Force, one of whom
was a scout with the Mounties and still,
at the age of 103, bears the scars of Indian arrows.
A color film, "Twenty Million People?
is the story of Canada from first colony to
Confederation, from waT to peace, irom
east to west, told in large part in music
and verse. Included are some of the national folk dances that immigrants 'have
brought and perpetuated in their new-
There is no need for spoken commentary in the film "Harvesting," music provides the emphasis for .the mag___fice__t
color camera work. There is beauty in the
fields of grain shimmering in the heat and
there is drama as the great combines move
in against the standing crop.
"'Decision to Drill" is a color film, of
oil ■; exploration in Alberta. Shown are
aerial surveys, seismographic soundings,
geological analyses of sample bores and
the actual drilling procedure.
Desptie all the work done on Gaglardi's
Pit at the Halfmoon Bay end of the Redrooffs Road and the inconvenience caused
by the upheaval, there is still considerable
criticism of this corner and in the opinion,
of many people, it is still a hazard to
motorists. There is nothing to indicate to
drivers entering the road from either the
Secheit or Halfmoon Bay directions that
there is no road where there has been a
road for inany years.. ,   ■   ,
Even if the driver from Secheit is wary     CHURCH NEWS
Around Gibsons
—by Marion Charman
RESIDENT of Gibsons for the past 21
years will .be" greatly missed with the
passing of .-Mr. Herbert Kent. He was in
his 95th year and until fairly recently was
often seen on the streets of Gibsons. He
was born at Hastings, England, coming to
Canada in 1911 when he and Mrs: Kent
decided to make their home in Vancouver.
Mr. Kent was employed by the firm .
of David Spencer Ltd. until his retirement after which in the autumn of 1948,
he and Mrs. Kent moved to Gibsons. Mr.
Kent was predeceased by his wife in
February 1961 and was later joined here
by his only son W. H. (Bill) Kent and "
daughter-in-law Hilda. The late Mr. Kent
was fond of gardening and had in recent
years enjoyed several camping trips to
Banff, Lake Louise arid through Southern
B.C. v
It was a beautiful moonlight night on
Friday when Mr. and Mrs. M. Bujan entertained 60 guests at'their home. Visiting were Mr, and Mrs. Alec Merling, both
former teachers here, who now reside at
They were very happy to renew ac-
' quaintance and be greeted by many
friends. Among those also present were
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ellwood and others from
Gibsons, Roberts Creek and Secheit.
Guests bade Au Revoir to Miss Lews
Who is leaving for Cardiff, Wales, where
she will visit her parents. She expects to
return to B.C. next summer. Entertainment at this jolly affair included Calypso from Trinidad. It was 3 a.m. before the
party was over.
Y Mrs. D. Smethursti and Mrs. C. R.
Bjornson were co-hostesses at the home
of former, honouring Mrs. D. Richardson
with a charming baby shower. A four
foot high white and yellow stork enhanced the sceneY^nd many lovely gifts were
presented from a basket attractively
trimmed in white and yellow.
Present were: Mrs. V. Hamilton; Mrs.
G. Foxall; Mrs. E. Yablonski; Mrs. T.
Ellwood; Mrs. *H. Archer; Mrs. R. Dodyk;
Mrs. L. Bingley; Mrs. R. Chamberlin and
Mrs. R. Bennie. Unable. to attend but
sending a gift was Mrs. M. Bujan. Refreshments were served by the Monday
Sewing Circle.
At the Union Hall on Wyngaert Road,
Thursday evening, an enthusiastic gathering of between 20 and 30 were present
when plans were made by the Drama
• Group to hold hehearsals at the home of
Ted Winegarden, Chamberlin Road on
Thursday evening, and play reading on
Sunday afternoons at the home of Mrs.
Glassford. It. is hoped that 'two one act
plays will be. presented in January with
Mr. John Burnside and Mr. Bob Metz as
directors.   "    '     .
des of their work and the country- there. —.
They had established a Bible College in
Brazil and numerous churches. The Mat-
sons showed their audience many lovely
wood carvings/ woven items and beautifully worked sewing etc., which they had
brought back.with them.
"■* Phil and Hilda de Leenheer were
down from Williams Lake recently, while
Mr. de Leenheer attended a convention
in Vancouver, his wife visited in Gibsons
with her mother Mrs. Hilda' Barnes.
Racent guests at the home of Mr. and
- Mrs. B. J. Wisken were Rev. Harold -Mat-
son and his wife Amy who are home on
furlough from Brazil.
After visiting with relatives in Edmonton, White Rock and Vancouver, Mrs.
Lockeridge is visiting in Gibsons at the
home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. W. McPhedran and family.
Former local resident Bill and Jean
Lissiman from Victoria were house
guests of Mrs. Mollie Kennett for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lissiman were widely entertained during their visit here when
many friends held teas and dinner parties
in their honour.
Hopkins Landing Community Association is much to be commended for the
splendid way in which they entertained
the children on Halloween. The fireworks
display was greatly appreciated and hot
cocoa etc, served was enjoyed by all.
Thanks are due especially to ■ the older
people in the area who although not having children still donated towards the
Years ago when Mrs. P. Sluis was in
charge of Port Coquitlam 2nd. Cub Pack
there was  a cub named Trevor Fowler
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Wednesday, November ,26, 1969
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who is now over 6 ft. tall. He came over
to Gibsons recently to visit Mr* and Mrs.
Sluis and family and while here caught
a 13 lb. salmon when out fishing with
his host. Y
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schroers
was Mrs. Schroers sister from Haney.
David Peers a first year U.B.C. student was a visitor with friends here recently. V   ■
New owners of the W. H. Johnston
place on Joe Road are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Parfitt. v
Norm and Evelyn Berdahl were accompanied by their son Pierre and son-
in-law Jim Eldred when they 'motored to
Grand Forks last week on a hunting trip.
Returning to the home of her son-in-
law and daughter Mr- and Mrs, Alf Puch-
alski is Mrs. Little who has been on an
extended holiday in the United States &
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Richmond have
returned after spending two weeks in
Hawaii. Mrs. Mary Kazakoff also enjoyed
a holiday in Hawaii, traveling by -plane.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lock former Gibsons residents who for many years have
spent the winters in California, have returned to B.C. from Oceanside- where
they had been for two weeks when Mr.
Lock was taken ill. Mr. Lock is now a
patient in Shaughnessy Hospital.
The Gray-Dort, built by Gray-Dort
Rotors Ltd., of Chatham, Ontario had an
automatic back-up light in the twenties.
Secheit, B.C.
a.m. to 4 p.m.
10 a.m. to 4
kt<HmX\m.\"2*| jSb*V*. n*,»w
■|-;-v%A-A',,.'LtS3.-^-.;rt*t**-;:i. ■':■
Secheit Bowling Lanes
s-'7 7enpugh:';*hqifcjto' mafce*i*t!hfi turii:tnb*«ai^j' it Y ,-, 7G^teriUri!t_bf T^a^hited Church Wo
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VISIT of Gibsons Ladies to Secheit resulted in Gibsons nosing out our girls
5259 to 5091. High scores Gibsons No. 1
2772. High three—Hazel Skytte 615, High
Single—Bonnie McConnell 304. In league
play Freeman Reynolds rolled the high
three of the season- with 841 (323). As we
missed the deadline last week, both
weeks scores are shown below.
Sports Club: Lionel McCuaig 814 (229,
295) Don Middlemiss 720 (280), Rose Rod-
way 649 (Nov. 16) Bob Benner 278.
Ladies: Jo-Anne Wheeler 602 Sylvia
Jones 620, Fran Starrs 627, Lil McCourt
641, Sharon Middlemiss 648.
Ladies Matinee: Mary Henderson 686,
Hazel Skytte 645 (250), Lois Bullis 253,
Eleanor Gritt 608 (Nov. 19), Bonnie Cameron 633 (292), Eleanor Gritt 619), Mary
Henderson 610,
Pender: Bill Cameron 624 (284), Mark
Myers 633, Lena Poung 610, John Divall
692 (Nov. 12). John Divnll 643, Biljl Cameron, Marie Reid 629.
Secheit Commercial: Cauloen McCuaig
651 (271), Freeman Reynolds 841 (323),
Pat Porter 654  (271), Orv Moscrip 720
—by Eve Moscrip
(305), Pearl MacKenzie 256, Roger Hock-
nell' 703 (313), Andy Leslie 793 (315), Pio
Vogrig 677 (276), Sam MacKenzie 279
(Nov. .13), Manford Cook 680 (284), Mary
Henderson 588 (288), Lionel McCuaig 807'
(288, 301), Andy.Leslie 808 (299), Al Lynn
737 (321), Hazel Skytte 677 (270), Vic
Marteddu 700, Doug Turner 313, Orv
Moscrip 277.
Ball & Chain: George^ Derby 646, Ester Berry 658, Louise Middlemiss 694
(334), Scott Henderon 686, Don Middlemiss 698 (282), Bubbles Creighton 647
(Nov. 16), Don Middlemiss 631, George
Derby 602, Charlie Humm 663, Matt Jaeger 653, Lynn Simpson 619, Al Lynn 709
(276), Sharon Middlemiss 666 (299), Roy
Hutton 622 (286) Karl Kohuch 635 (290),
Gladys Ritchie 606, Roy Hutton 671 (295).
Rodway 296 (231), Wesley Newman 170,
Juniors: Ken Casey 417 (236), Lori,
Craig Rodwny 151. (Nov. 15), Gnyle Ono'
336 (197), Scott Rodway 287 (163), Patty
Wing 151, Darcy Stephanson 170, Rusty
Cunningham 157. ^
Ball & Chain cont. John Bodnarek
651 (275), Bobbie Bodnarek 254, Al Lynn
is still a pit to perpetuate the name of the
former Minister of Highways—4t is merely
in a different place now.   .
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Richard Laird drove his mother, Mrs.
Eva Lyons, home from Vancouver last
weekend. She has been visiting Gordon
and Richard Laird and their families. Mrs.
Ruby Warne also had her son, Jimmy
Weir, as an unexpected guest \vith his
friend Arne Anderson of Vancouver.
held a> "Hobo" Luncheon on.*-_7hU:rs-j.A.
day at the Church "Hall with 27 ladies
present. Candles in ketchup bottles graced, the paper table covers. After a short
business meeting Mrs. J. E. Lee gave a
very interesting talk on her trip to °the
Rev. H.' Matsin and Mrs. Matson who
spent 28 years as missionaries in Brazil
were   speakers   at   Gibsons   Pentecostal
Tabernacle on  Wednesday   evening   last     i
week when they showed interesting sli-
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Store. .'*'  V* v' vVV**V "# W  ,TVV"ir^��-'^"V v>r'',>***5'"'v"*���'^'1''s'^l,'  */V'  ~>*v"V"V' ->^>'-v ,-.^f.-*v,"'r*-"''-v^j'lvi*'^v -^ v- vl*v*"*i">  > irw"^  *,     I  i'V^'^V **-V>-* i.***   <v   <*   *   * %.*���*   v"��  ���*  V"V    ��*"^     ���^*"*       ��** *��     !��� *"��*/���_.      ^C^V   /���'V*  ���A*-  '<  .'".  Around Jervis Inlet  MANY of our well known landmarks  were named after British naval heroes  or the ships they served on. Hotham  .Sound was named for Admiral William  Hotham, who became the first Baron  Hotham. During his naval career he  served on a ship named the Syren and  later on the Princess Royal. These names  are familiar to us today as attached to  Syren Point and Princess Royal Reach.  The early day Secheit Indians had  summer homesites along Hotham but it  was late 1800's before white men moved  into the area.  In* 1894 the T. L. Hamilton and Manufacturing Company leased the Granville  Bay area. Five years later the Moodyville  Sawmill Company took out a twenty-one  year lease across the water at St. Vincent  Bay.  During the years from 1911 through  1930 many individuals pre-empted land  along St. Vincent Bay and Hotham. From  1918 into the early 1930's the sound boasted a steady population of thirty-five.  These included loggers, fishermen, ranchers, farmers, engineers,- mechanics, mining  operators and prospectors, a painter, shingle bolt operators, and a woman,.who. ran  a summer resort. These people were widely scattered along the shoreline.  Alfred Baker had a nice ranch on the  west side at the head of Hotham. Formerly known as West Bay, since Baker,lived  there it has been Baker Bay. One man  pre-empted land behind Harmony Islands,  other people pre-empted the islands themselves.' St. Vincent Bay seems to have been  the most heavily settled spot though.  Granville Bay was likely the center of  local life because it is listed as the steamer landing for the area.  Granville Bay was the homesite of the  ,Hollingsworth family as well as being the  base of logging and shingle bolt operation  along with some prospecting,  - ���    Most of the people Were gone, though,  by 1935 and Hotham gradually reverted to  its  former wilderness state.   There -are,  however, fruit tree's and remains of buildings all along the shoreline as evidence of  .* early day settlers.  We ate pears (this year from -trees we  were told were planted by the Hollings-  worth family when they lived here. The  old house, where lopl people congregated  long ago for dances -and social gatherings  us gone now. But the name of one of the  Hollmgsworth boys, Granville, is still with  us as the name of Granville Bay. And we  can walk abbutjthe* area today and find-,  pieces, of purple and carnival glass, vinegar cruet stoppers, and an old "sad" iron-  items left by later logging camp bulldozers. Perhaps m one of our meanderings  through the bush we may find an old  '**]?�����*���   + -  ���by Pot Kehpyer  dump full of early-day articles. To us in  this day and age that would be real  treasure.  MORE ABOUT ... i ./"'���''   '  �� Election candidates   <  ���from psge A-l  Agness Labcnte and the seat vacated<some,  months ago through resignation by JSfor-  man Hough. \  One of the first to announce intention  to seek re-election was Mrs. Labortte wlyo  proved herself a conscientious worker during her term of office. Apart from Her  duties as a trustee she has also devoted a  great deal of time to workihg with the  Guides in the district.  Mrs. Kitson has also ahnounced her intention of seeking re-election and she -too  has proved herself a hard and diligent  worker for' the school district. . Another  duty with which she has been aotiyely involved is an outdoor, school covering >rha-  rine, forests, and farming. 'Mrs. kitsOn. has  given a great deal of free time instructing  youngsters on facets bf farthing.  A Pert Mellon worker, Mr. Bernard  Mulligan,' has also signed his 'nomination  papers. .He1 has long been interested-* in  ~/r-~��~  "~1  y  4? ^    K  .  ^*\  human mi  1  sports and has .worked with the young-    ,��r _. *_���* _      woservation  sters' soccer team in the area.        r patching procedure in the emergen-  " ' cyr ward at St. Mary's are Hospital  Adm_ju_.tra1��r . Tony Wagemakgrs,  Captain Wes Hodgson, Civil Defence  P0-ordinator for the area and Coast  Garibaldi Health .Unit Director .Dr.  D. L. Gemmill who arrived Unexpectedly hoping to establish an' emergency equipment centre if there is  sufficient storage space at St. Mary's.  The simulated school disaster illustrated the' dire need for emergency  equipment 'in the area, and Capt.  Hodgson is hopeful that more interest  will be aroused in a Civil Defence organization. *  .The Peninsula Tmie's 'Page A-5  ' ~. Wednesday, November 26, T969  20th annual bazaar  Eastern Star success  MOUNT Elphinstone Chapter Order Eastern Star "ladies are* delighted with  public support which macje their 20th  Annual Basiaar ahd Tea such ^rt p^stahd-  ing success. '    .  Mrs. Zoe JSades past gtand, officer opened the eveht held on"' November 15.  Decorations featured three silver Christinas trees adding to the festive atmos-  s phere which prevailed during the busy  afternoon.  Door prize was won by .Mrs. Mc Vicar;  Mary^Gdh-\won^ the cake and hampers  ���wejte won by iJessie Shaw; Caryl Camfir-  orf; Mr$. Prentice and Lil FlUmmerfelt.  Cushions were won by Ricky Dea.  Bloke C. Alderson D.C.  ���**��� *  ^ . ���*���"-. **- i       ___.._*  Pest Office! Bulletins SecheH  \ Pfione 885-2333  .      Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. ta 3:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.  ev.eK.ings by appointment  __  ^.'.-^  1 **--?  1 J    ^    A  _.,...--.. .njhl1l  _____  _i__:  H.-i.r.-i.niiifri,,;  886-2237  PRATT ROAD AND  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  GIBSONS  Open 9 to 9  Trades Accepted On All  REGIONAL BOARD  Eight seats on the' Regional Board -fall  this year be\ split into one and two-year  terms after which they will revert to two-  year terms, thus ensuring continuity of af- ���  fairs by making sure only half the Board  comes up for election at a time..   *  A regional board director will have  to be appointed for area B to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Archie  Rutherford o: Halfmoon Bay. For health  reasons Mr. Rutherford has decided not  to run again. In Area C���Al Lynn will  stand against Harvey Hubbs (incumbent).  In Area D���Cliff Gilker (incumbent) will  be opposed by Ian MacLean. In Area E���  Frank West won by acclamation. In Are$  F���Lome Wolverton won by acclamation.  FINAL NOMINATIONS  Mrs. Lee Macy will stand for one of  the vacant school board seats in the village. In Area B (school board), incumbent  Don Douglas has decided not to stand a-  gain. This seat will be contested by J. D.  Ganshorn and Pieter L. Sluis.  Two have won village council seats  by acclamation: Joe Banner and Joe Benner. Contesting a council seat for a one  year term will be Frank Parker and  George Clay.  At Gibson's, the major's chair will be  contested by Jim Drurnmond and Wally  Peterson. Seeking two year terms on  Gibsons Council are: Mike Blaney, Ken  Crosby and Gerry Dixon. While Hugh  Archer will join those seeking a one year  term.  MORE ABOUT ...  6 School disaster  ���from page A-l  plan to store emergency equipment in the  hospital. The nearest emergency center at  the present time is Powell River.  Units  1965 FORD FAIRLANE 500���2 dr. Hardtop. 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">  \ fW|ec*e'* schop| district  U poara take immediate awn on the Dayis*  Bay situation wl^ere students have to cross'  the busy main highway, "some' cars do  not stop for the school bus," he said. A request had been made that the bus take  children to Davis Bay school instead of  dropping them off on- the main highway.  The Board had been awaiting word, from  Department of Indian Affairs regarding  transportation assistance but .Mr.'Malcolm  believes (the Board should wait no longer.  INSURANCE  Trustees rescinded a previous motion  and school property under primary and  excess is now insured for $l"-/j million instead of $lVi milLlon. It seems that the insurance company had already covered the  Board for this amount without consultation \yhen amount budgetted for the premium was based on the lower coverage,  and now agreed to charge the same premium for the extra ,$W million coverage.  - Elphinstone Secondary school has been  assessed at $1,295,000 so "that the Board  would haye been under-insured, said Mr.  Metzler, "we gain by someone else's mistake," /he added.  SCIENCE WING  Elphinstone laboratories should be  completed by December 12, stated Gwran  Construction in a leMcr to'ihe Board. The  firm expressed regret over the delay In  completing tho project and warned that  there may be. some further delay as the  unit heaters arc not expected until the  first week In December,  Trustees approved a resolution for  temporary borrowing l�� pay tho-architect's  foes using referendum No, 11 funds but  /trustee, Barry Jenks did not favor the  motion,  Chairman Shlola Kitson referred to  Rev. .Ionics' request that tho planning  commiiUeo look into modular' construction  nnd stated this Is being done,  ST. MARY'S  Following the 11 a.m. alert, St. Mary's  Hospital staff went into emergency procedure and by the time the first patient  arrived, nursing and administrative staff  were geared to receive casualties. Patients  had already been tagged with names and  injuries and 24 very realistic looking  casualties were examined,' X-rayed, admitted for. treatment, sent to Vancouver  or, if just superficially injured, lin^d up  in the corridor for minor treatment except  for the unfortunate three destined for the  morgue.  Parents had been alerted  beforehand  and many co-operated by arriving at the  hospital  and  mighty  thankful   thatj.the  still .little ;J��dif-y"* jwex& iwsts making be-  rom pago A-l~u'T,*"KB*1"lt:> no-jrionw.a "odoit" n bid.. '������HWltf.l-.vfcp. jtj.-_a.u_.  WALT NYGREN  SALES LTD.  your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in  GIBSONS  On the-Wharf.. 886-9303  Quality |-10use and Marine  Paint  IIMUMUMMUMIIMUOMllMUllMI��Mlt��MWWWIIIIMIIIIMUIIM^  P-effiSrcsuki fPiumhiHig Ltd.  Gibsons - 886-9533  iVi_iin_fi_rad"iaMiHnrai��_n)^^  Gibsons Hardware  (1366)   Ltd.  Dealer for  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Barnacle Bills Marine Paint  GIBSONS 886-244?  1556 Marine  C & S SALES  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  in  Secheit - 885-9713  "Look -  Better -  Longer"  COL��e*FUL K1TCHESS  Cheer up your mornings by making your kitchen breakfast area  more colorful, suggests the Canadian Paint Manufactu^efs Association.  Paint your table and chairs lively shades of red, blue, green,, yellow or  orange. Put your personal stamp on your vyork by painting flowers or bright  abstract designs on the backs of the chairs. Even the legs-and spindles  of the chairs can be individualized..Band blue chairs in red or white,  green chairs in yellow, if you can't decide on a color scheme, let ea,ch  member of the family choose his favorite, and paint each chair a different  color!  KICKY TRICKS FOR KIDDIES  Your pre-schooler may not be old enough to own his own car, but  that doesn't mean that he isn't old enough to have a customized vehicle  of his own. Why not try these ideas from the Canadian Paint Manufacturers'  Association. Stencil little John or Jerry's name on his wagon or tricycle in  big, bold letters. Fill in the stenciled lines with the bright point colors that  appeal to a child. And while you're at it, why not add a few splashy flowers  or animal pictures���anything that will tickle your tot!  D. G. DOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  Dealer for  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Lopk - Better - Longer  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  486-2615  GULF  Building Supplies  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in  SECHELT - 885-2283  r  !  Wm CreeEi Lymber & M\im% Supply  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DEALER  Monomel and Breeze Paints  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NEAR GIBSONS  . Parker's  {Hardware Ltd.  Your Dealer for  SHERWIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  SECHELT-885-2171  The Volkswagen Squareback Sedan  Is In a class by Hsplf.  .. It's sort of half way between a sedan  ,qnd a Ration wagqn. \  If was designod for people who aro  _iOrl of,Half way between a sedan and a  i'Station wagon.  BONDED DEALER  Wo pay cash for clean cars ond  trucks. Wq also take cars and trucks  on consignment.  BOG 2237  w)�����������g��w ��� ��� nmimwm-*��* nm>up.��� n��� m  m inwnw��*wiw*��t���a*.��-mns"w��i'M  MORE ABOUT  ��� Dredging project  ���from pngo A*l  equipment   such   ati   picnic   tublos   nnd  other item.'*.  Mr. Hurry Rntcholor submitted ��  number ot alternate bldn Involving v��r-  l.itlon.'i In conHtructlon unci n-.<ru{lng from,  pfild to $3,787, It wnii nijrml to (jo for  hoard hattt'ius nnd slmken, t. Ruble roof  nnd the completed building to bo pointed  Ki'eon. Completion dnto to b�� Mny 10th.  Cost wIU'Im. $3,7Q2.  CHIUSTMAS TREE  Aid. Thbmpimn reported thnt tlio retail merohnnta had once afjalm hoped to  obtain permission to erect tho annual  vlllnce ChrlfitninH tree nt the Cenotaph,  iWinlMTH of the I.e/{lon executive hud,  apparently agreed to permltUnH the trcp  nt the Cenotaph but It had been v0Ofd *\  ix general meeting.  It wnfi a arced a nultqblo locn|lon bo  nought nnd u further report rr^cta'ot next,  meeting. "'     '  Fold doy/n the Volkswagen Square-  back's roar seal pnd you've got 42 cubic  feet of Space Iri the back. (Half the size  pf an average s|atlon wagon, but twice  tho size of an average sedan.)  And because It's a Volkswagen,  underneath all that cargo aroa Is what  makes tha car go; an air-caolad engine.  So up front, whore most car makers put  tho engine, you can put another couple  of suitcases.  Also because It's a Volkswagen, It  gets around 27 miles to a gallon of gas.  And gots Into tight parking spaco easily.  (All the room Is fucked away insldo, not  tacked onto the outside.) ,  So when you think about it, maybe  what you need Is a small station wagon all  M44t44M.fiI* ft. r|��>4Mlt->HnHH'*l       I  y-f%3y>.  N**�� ��.�� �� a  Reopb whd have better  . things fo carry  than car payments.  Thoy sorr)otifc-nood a station  wagon. But,thoy do'rfflnood ono badly  enough to spend $4,000 on something so  big It comes with Its own ocho.  ~c__r��____.  r*�� rwMM  *,3_yc'  J  People who lite this idea  but hate the way it looks.  People who want room  on the inside:  not on the outside.  of Iho time, Instead of a big station wagon  somo of tho time.  Because the big problems with big  station wagons aro all |he bignesses that  come with them. ,  Uko big gas bills, And big |*��pair bills.  And big Insurance bills.  And who noed^ thai?  A mother rushed her thrce��yenr-old  non to the hospital and cried: ���'Whnt'a  wronrt with him? Uln Ilpn have turned  blue!" Without referring to modlqttf, literature, the doctor quickly mndo the  diagnosis, Thoy told the mother;,"Stop  letting htm ehflw on t.Iue'penc.??".**'  The Volkswagen Squareback Sedan.  Wilh c|ojo ta 300 VVV cloqlor. across Canada there lias lo bo ono close to you.  ..,,��. ,**,, *.*.,_,_* ..*    .* ^l-.A.*** .I***,***  .'  "Vi**'',  ../,.���-, /*.,.>  .i, /*���<(*'*'��*������'-'* 'A #fe.A��^A*#*>*���iA***i^.*^^ .4 ,ff *:T  .���W,.-' i/'-YY *. "*     ^i-n  Yr*   - -" *Y' .    Y��. v s~..-"�����..', ?.,*.   -._��� *-*m--ir Y-,(Y _*;��Vl       < > i. * - Y *' - Y ���  I  ,  ..*'   '     >   .1  tf *. A S ��j i .     ij." .  '\ v*. s "��j7'i, J;    >  ^dge A*# The .Peninsula Tfnies Wednesday, Hovember-26r 1-W"  w.  V  "   -    - _  - *      \    s j*    , -��       - ����� .'.���.,'*���_  .��b^..-.*���..iX^,^:^Ni .-.i  \...  t Iw-Ki*^ c**   'v.*-1,    -*! e     i ���* ��� '    "  *��V*i)��*V��*^VV|  rj t ������ "* t*  ^  �� -._  4.     f>      *>    *      ���>     #     *'   |*      #     *      *  .1...    ��  _.   ......  .���MI.'il.Mt.l,'  ,!���.,.,  ..   |��_ft...__-��^   -T...  *. ��*W._��.i>*.   , . ^flj,, *�� .. * .�� *   ..- ��  V   i     W. *_t--J  . ,} j_ i.^|  ._  _; *."**^. V"-... .*-���.*'��� * ' *  '     *V~    �����  V *V***   "V * V  *  j."--^-   -'V  ���".��, r   - v j* V.-V is. ���*',       .  " - '. '���( ���  s <r  i' ...  '   w^^Si"   4* m"V    *     Jf*   f ^.''r-   \  *   *   v  V   *    .  I/- ,  V  f  �����  .-.'-. '..���..' l . *-y s^sipit  * ���. >  i  ^���.��  "\  . i  ' o -  .' -  >      . i -*  *   t-��^  ���TV  NINSULA  Section B  . Wednesdoy, November 26, 1969  Pages 1-6  - /  i  r   '  V  r  ������\v V"'        >"^H f"?Y  ��� ^.-y-sw. .->,yc  .'   ..    '    ..**?   &-V      .->���-!���-- ... -  ono  Many projects . . .  Secheit Hospital Auxiliary  working to define schedule  ll   *   -  v * ���" V^ y   .        i  '"   *    v.  I  District Governor Visits  Visitors to last regular meeting "of the miniature flags of nations in which  Sunshine Coast Lions last Thursday, Lions Clubs are to be found. Presi-  November 20, were District Governor dent of the Club, Jack Nelson, centre,  Gordon Bernell and Zone Chairman and Bob Labron appear equally inter-  Bob Labron. Gordon Bernell, left, is ested.  seen looking through the collection of  Briet submitted ...  NOVEMBER, meeting of Secheit  Auxiliary toYSt. Mary's Hospital -was held  last week atid'was well attended.  Once again the beautiful candy -wreaths  are on sale in two 'sizes this year. Samples are on display in the village- stores  or contact Mrs. Norman Burley, 885-2179  Deadline, for donations to the pediatric ward in lieu of local Christmas Cards  is December 11, please contact Mrs. 0.  Moscrip, 885-9322.  I Plans were made for the annual luncheon meeting.and installation of officers;  the regular' meeting will convene at '11:30  a.m., luncheon from.1 to 2 p.m., with the '  annual meeting, election and installation  of new officers "Immediately following  lunch at Casa* Martinez on December 11.  On December .18 Mrs*. W. Biirtriick Twill  convene acChristmas TBake Sale "at the  Tasella Shoppe 'through the. courtesy of  Mrs. C. Criiua...Y;,Y ��� ��� 7 Yy.Y. 7  The MOT-y Go Round bridge- tournament is proving* verypopular andthe l|s-.  son -sessions afeYvelJ.attended. Mis&Chros  Ward is in change of this phase of the  work.       7 Y, .' "Y,.Yt  The volunteers at .the Thrift Shop, and  those doing: the patients' shopping and  therapy are continuing to do an excellent  'job/'        *.;-���_.���'���' \ ...   "  Ctoe thousand dollars "has been donated  to titie hospital ito purchase items for additional, patient care. I  Mrs. Parker, extended a hearty vote  of thanks Tto * the " refreshment cominitSe  for serving tea. at the meetings, enabling  the members to meet one another informally. Committee members are Mrs. R.  Breese, Mrs. E. Parsons and Mrs. R.  Fitzgerald.  Mrs. A.' Redman (885-2185) could use  volunteers for arranging flowers, reading  to or writing for patients." Anyone interested please -call her.  Mrs. J. Redman and Mrs. S. Dawe gave  reports on the 25th annual meeting of the  B.C. Hospital Auxiliaries. The various  auxiliaries do a tremendous job with their  volunteer services and money raising to  provide extra facilities for patient care.  Conservation officer  for Sethelt District  TRANSFER of conservation officers is an;  nounced by Dr. James -Hatter, Director of the Fish and Wildlife Branch.  ConservatiOh Officer H. D. (Pat) Mulligan who has beat stationed at Kamloops and Will|ams Lake for the past  thirteen years has moved to the lower  mainland region and will now be in  charge of the Secheit District Conservation Officer W7 R.4s__-zeldine, stationed at  Bella Coola for the past three years, has  been moved to the Vancouver Island region and will be in charge of the Port Alberni District.  How about honey -with Vitamin Bee?  .  Winte? W@rks Proariin if i Saying to. You  Our men and equipment are available to you on this  program for a limited game only. If you have considered  asphalt surfacing. Why not call us now and just see  how tittle it costs. DO IT JtfOW!  !  ;  ���  CALL THE  BLUE SKY  MOTEL  885-9987  '  ______^________^________^___S^S^^mS^3S^^SS^^^^^m^mi  _____*__*_  _*}  PENSIONERS and Senior Citizens  ithhmghout the country' are urged to  support a campaign for pension increases  in line with present high cost of living  which has greatly exceeded the trivial increases grante-d over past years. Also that  consideration be given to enabling pensioners to maintain an adequate standard  of living.  As a service to our senior^citizens, The  Times publishes the following submitted  letters which senior citizens are advised  by their branches to forward to bofch  Prime Minister and local MP. You-are  reminded that no postage is necessary  when parliament is ih session.  The Honourable Pierre Elliott Trudeaui  Prime IVIinister of Canada, 7. ���'���(!')  Parliament Buildings,    ' "  Ottawa, Canada.  -  Honourable Sir:   .      ... . ,7:i ���  The spread between the income of sallY  ariied7and wage earners and that of ihe  pensioner ��� is  widening alarmingly  each  year-.*.-.  ��� TFailure on ^evp^rt of-the.^oyernment  "&7^^^x^-;^4-.-in&'y&^ dfiiving-'irii -  crease to the Old: Age;;Pensions has increased this gap considerably and spiral-  ing prices have further decreased the purchasing power of the dollar.  If there is to be justice in the proposed  jugt society, the gap between high and  low incomes must be narrowed and the  pensioner be enabled to maintain an adequate standard of living.  We therefore strongly urge you as the  leader, and the Government as a whole, to  implement the points of the National Pensioners and Senior Citizens' Federation  Brief, which was presented to representatives of your Government on thc 9th October, 1969.  We urge this especially in regard to an  increase in the Old Age Security to $150.00  a month, application of the full cost pf  living increase to Old Age Pensions and  an increase in income, tax exemptions to  $2000.00 single and $4000.00 for married  couples.  Sincerely yours,  Signed   ...���.   Address    , ,  Mr. Paul St. Pierre, MP . (2)  Parliament Buildings,  Ottawa, Canada.  Dear Sir,  All the Members of Parliament, as well  as all the Senators, received i\ copy of the  26-point Brief of .the National Pensioners  nnd Senior Citizens' Federation, which  was presented to (the Representatives of  the Federal Government on October 9,  1969.  These resolutions ' wore from all the  Provincial1 Senior Citizens Organizutlons  acrons Canndn, nnd were adopted unani-  mously by their delegates, nt the National  ; Federation's Conference hold in Vnnicr  City, Ontario, on the 7.1. nnd 8th October  1901),  We draw your Attention particularly to  an increase to the Old Age Security ito  $150.00 a month, application of the full  cost of living increase to the O.A.S., and  to an increase ito the income tax exemptions ito $2000.00 single and $4000.00 for  iharriedvcouples.  We request to know what consideration  jrouhave giverit�� pur requests.  Sincerely Yours,  ������������������������������ ������*��*���**���������'���������������<  Signed ,  Address. .....  Appreciate support for  ���'Bag and Hanger drive"  GIBSONS L. A. to Rangers, Guides &  Brownies would like to.thank everyone who helped make the "Clean Rag &  Hanger Drive",a success. Special thanks  go to. the drivers.of the, cars and Peninsula Cleaners for their help.  .'Yforthcoming activities include a  Chiistmas Bake [ Sale ori Friday, December 12 at Super-Valu from 2 p.m.  ���...The.next 1*A. jneetin^is on*December  '9' at 8" pan. in"'thfe:Ai^licanr'Cliurch.H4ll  alnd members would like to see more mothers attend." The work that needs to be  done to help the girls cannot be done by  twelve mothers.  1.,..I "UUMJIJilmuuii. U.JL 1 LIL 1 iinwi)iiiiiiui��iumJU.ilMuuii.iijiLtiiiui.iil^  |H��  "WINTER"  Necessaries & Accessories Sale  ... .'-..: ��**  TIRES:  Ail Sixes. Conventional & Winter Tread.  S3 JO   OFF  ln-tallation extra.  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At  tho same time, we're constantly striving for.treos: that will grow faster and, *  produce bettor quality wood.  From carefully selected parent  trees wo gather thousands ot conos  from which seed Is obtained to raise  sturdy two-year seedlings. These aro  planted by band in logged areas whoro  natural ro-seoding may take too long  or may not bo satisfactory..Trees  planted this way, spaced and protected for maximum growth, will reach  maturity in fewer years.  Through Intensive forest management we are increasing tho yield of  wood per acre up to -40% more than  untonded forests usually produce.  That means moro wood products  for world markets and moro jobs for  British Columbians.  EVJocEVKI.on B!o@cl@E  mmmmmmmmm mmam ,.._.,-,���. ,.��,,��� , .1^  jt>*  \ iY^Yoy  v. vjV  J.��ii-_��__ii_\_fcrji*a._Ji_>'.^_l^.*iLn^A.*___L__^...V'*ji   v_. .rtHl  ;1"*>  .   _.   ._  ���    .     . .*_* M".<'i-<'-l>'?,>*l,''7'*  ���**-.*.'  ��   -J^'A^fc^-'S,      ***   -  y^SS/S-A:  wi  ���**������"* ,"?��� .,>Y  v* .f. > .. /   .  <��\ <  f"   -**      V*.     Y��� "-    _���* ^IJ. ^wL-'-i*      __. J ' *-      " <-*'. 7      *  ^H^ppfisui^^y^  f  ;  I  I  I  I  I  I  ,  I  "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as. to fail lo say whqt f.believe to be right?  .   . " "" * * *      -tJohn Atkins  W*  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsgard, Publfsher  MmWm*mUUWn,UUUUnMUWUI0mmWilmmwmimi  l__HMB-J-i-H_l-M-  #W!��   gdDBQKB   ii����  m l*mrm��^Jim w-*^p m  1   Pm'M Th,e Penlnsiilp fltWNI  .-*-  s~>  \ >  THERE are times when, unsolicited mail  gets to be a colossal pain in the neck  and during the course of a wfeek mountainous piles of junlc find their way to the  garbage container via the post office  department.  . 'i :   ..    ���*  Much. of. the .literature in question  contains a variety.of advertising litera  that although to. most of us this type of  mail is something of an annoyance, it  does create a tremendous source of revenue to a number of people.  - - ��� Largest revenue undoubtedly goes to  the printers who. in tujri) have to purchase  .paper, and ink from pianufacturers. Then  the envelopes provide another outlet of  tyre which in many cases may be/cltiii&d    revemie which In turn provide work for  oc "nimirti..*'  -imp *hrnmntinnc  fr��r mil.-. ���*.        *_....     .    r_       ,       . .1 1 .1 _.'._ j  as ''gimmick"' type -promptions for maga  zihes, books, "records, pic. Much of this .  type of advertising is quitp. lpgitiii��_te  eyen though often worthy of closer study. ,  ; A great deal of other literature cojn-  ?ng through the mails calls for .far greater investigation ,for _ it poulo* ^prpye- expensive,' if jiot plain crooked.".In.sotrie  instances what were at one time looked  upon as. -highly reputable pubjic-ttipns  have resorted to the "gimmick", trend,  mailing,, put a series of colorful bait  which; in actual .fact. offers nothing _fx>f  nothing.   . ' ;  Consumer" Service "and TrifOrfn'^tion .  Branch of Ottawa has prepared- aj report ���  on some _o�� Jtie .practices used by means  of unsolicited mail and as a public service It. Is published elsewhere .inYTEe  Times. We urge all to read it thoroughly for with the "approaching festive .season, it is a sure bet the flo^v of such  mail will increase considerably..  There are, of course, other aspects  \yhich should be considered and that is  office staff who have to address them and  deliver to post offices. The post offices  do at\ excellent business in mailing fees  and have to employ staff,,mailmen and  vehicles to. handle it all. The postal department also has .to purchase garbage  bins tp rfceive the bulk of unsolicited  and- unwanted mail, and so it goes" on  with such things as garbage removers,  who require tracks, people to maintain  refuse dumps, etc. ��� The fist is endless.    .  ��� It wopld therefore, suggest, unsolicited jfj-jiL nuisance though it might be, i��  an -ill- wind tliat' blows many people a  cert-jin. amount "of good.   ,  Wisest course is to bear in mind the  fact that benefactors do not spread' theif  generosity via unsolicited mail. If such  mail is considered sufficiently interesting  to warrant attention, make good and sure  you read the small print. It is small because usually it is prefer^bl^, from the  company's point of view? that it not be  read.  lleSaFepffla &��p&iiff to ps^  SCHOOL Boards throughout the province will naturally raise their voices  in protest at the decision by the government to freeze Referenda and to great  extent they have good reason. For months  trustees have worked diligently behind  the scenes investigating needs of the district, assessing those of priority and, in"  general, preparing a referendum to pro-:  vide for the immediate requirements of  the area. Further to this, architects plans  have been drawn up at considerable expense, meetings held with local councils  and organizations in order to explain the  objects of the Referendum. News releases  have also been prepared and submitted  to the press.  Now, with one swing of the axe, all  labour and preparation has been felled, a  mortal blow has been delivered. At least  it would appear to be that way on the  .surface.... ���,..': '...^c'.7;%7Y7.;7^-Yyyyv^,yy7*'i  However, perhaps, a little consideration of a situation which has been developing during recent years would indicate that the time to remove referenda  from the books is long overdue. Indeed  we quite recently stated this in an editorial  which pointed to the fact that we elect  representatives to administer our affairs,  be they school or municipal; They in turn  submit their requirements to Victoria and  if approved the matter goes to the people.  In the case of a school board consisting ofv eight generally responsible  people who spend considerable time and  endeavor before reaching conclusions  which in turn have to obtain approval of  the provincial department, then it would  seem the matter should end. It all sounds  very democratic to give the people the  is able to actually sabotage plebicites or  Referenda, yet it happens.  We have suggested that the time  would come when decisions on school  construction will be taken from the  people. This it appears is the only province, in which such a system still exists,  and it "could well'be" this is precisely the'  reason for the latest move by Victoria.  Should such be the case, then it las'  come at an extremely opportune moment*  for only last week, one of these self ap-*"  pointed "second" school boards demanded  that the proposed secondary school be put  either on a second Referendum, so that  it could undoubtedly be voted out; or���  taken out anyway. These over zealous  overseers had, it seems, decided Secheit  should not have such a school but rather  more funds be expended On Elphinstone.  They* naturally had their own short sight-  ,7:7&d<Jittfe idi^-TtHp tJ^svi^^^ bl^ ^^ P0^  - is,- why should^we^elect;Trustees if we  have such super beings in our midst who  chose to enforce their views in direct  opposition to the people elected as representatives by the taxpayers as a whole.  We would Suggest that if the elimination of expensive Referenda, wasted architects fees and abolition of sublime interference by vocal busybodies is the purpose behind the present freeze, then the  government is to be congratulated for  bringing in legislation Which should have  been instituted long **5go.  Past school boards have certainly  shown a propensity for extravaganza and  empire building, but fgrtunatcly this will  be controlled by q. father more vigilent  education department should the old system be abandoned. Ip the past it has been  final say but it is a superfluous process    up to the voting public at election times  when those same people have already  voted their confidence in the Board and  also in the Government.  Thc situation is the more unsatisfactory when it has1 become increasingly  obvious that splinter groups have become a dominant factor as a result of  general apathy. Result being, ridiculous  though it seems, what is considered to he  of benefit to the district as n whole can  be jeopardized by a small group of individuals who for personal, pious or self  satisfied reasons, work against school  board or council propositions. It is quilt-  absurd tliat a small clique of this nature  mMwm^mmm+m*m*mrmm^>mmmm��*��mPI*m9V*mmm*m^^ <���"�������  The Vmiwvw^w^  Published Wednesdays M Scfhclf  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  Scchclt Peninsula Times Ltd  Hon 310 - Scchclt, B.C.  Douglas G. Whaler, Editor  S. P. Alsgard, Publisher  '    Subscription Rntea: (in oKtyttnce)  1 Ycnr, $5 - 2 Ycara, $9 - 3 Yews, $13  U.S. nnd Foreign, $5.50  Serving die area from Port Mellon to fffmon*  (Howe sound to lervlt Intel)  Anyone Interested in forming a  ��fci-doo oriented ski club should  attend a meeting ot Gibsons  Athletic Association Hall on  December 1st at 8 p.m. Coaching will bo arranged; ski films to  be shown.  For details phono  086-9539.  mT^mm  :��g*g^��r5gysy��;  .as.-:w.7y���i..iiaai:2Y-ii;7^*_yy  .:  S7  _.        *   _n  "I  .*  4      f  ��v*  f*  M  ���_ *  _*��  V.   >  /  ���^  y  X  .���*>'*.  v"  ^k  Wednesday, November 26, 1*969  Semantics     >   ��� -  ��_-by Vef. l*obb  "tt.QI?��>S to xip and un-rip are used' W?th  ���the* same meaning, yet are direct oppb-  sites.- Regardless and irregardless, ignor-  antly used with the, same" intent, cancel  pach other. Responsible, irresponsible  make sense, for these words convey -their  true rosatung. To ravel, to untayel; both  are the same". l<ock and unlock have 00-  pppite. meanings. To be interested is ppsi-  tive; disinterested, negative. Stress and  distress are twins. Semination'^nd dis-  seminf-tipn are fundamentally the sam**..  ;To own, "to disown: Co\��ld there be anything'more disparate?  Instead of splitting infinitives should  wp, the little people, unsplit them, in order to be acceptable to the BstabUshttient?  let us regard the United Nations; or  ' should we say the Un-United Nations?  Should They rip or unrip their differences? Should They solve or uhsolve  these differences?  -   This ignorant one has no clue, nor un-  eliio, -flaye you?  rs mg  Free speech  FREE SPEECH  Editor, The--Times,  ���." Sir:,   Your . editorial  :'Tree  Speech  Abused"   appears  4a epitomize *. exactly  what the title implies. r.Ybu mdke. innu-'  endoes on. many people, who have .deep  concerns-for all aspects ;of our "society::  locally, nationally,"OC iiiternatipn^lly.   To*  label as "Red," as yog appear to do,, any  person -that speaks out against the "status  quo" or the ''establJLshment"  is certainly  an abuse of Frep.Speech.  If our community or country followed  your suggesilon--W.e_\��aild_haye a repeat"  of the "McCarthy, era"  and would soon  have a totalitarian- -government.   "_ _     I "would suggesTtHif you re-read your-  editorials before you print them to make  sure that they say something positive and  constructive.  REV. JAMES L. WILLIAMSON,  - ��� .   , Gibsons, B.C.  "��� Editors Comment ��� Mature people  throughout the ."Western world are expressing similai; concent to that expressed by  us, we would therefore suggest the Rev.  gentleman re-read his own contribution  and devote a little more time to meditation.  Growing problem  Editor, The Times,  Sir:  Every newspaper one .picks  up -  today seems to tell its readers that' fipllu-  tfon is a problem which effects everyone  and about which everbody should be concerned and involved  in,  simply because  everyone  contributes  towards  it in ojxe  way or  another. Mosjt  people  when the  subject crops up in conversation say that  something should be done about it, and  ^h��_nYsettle,;'o*Mii��rt^  tinue their share of polluting their and.  our environment. "     ���  The problem of sewage disposal takes  up a considerable amount of people's  time in the Gibsons area, and so it should  and there can be no doubt that in the  not too distant future a satisfactory solution will be found. But I wonder how  many people realise that as much if not  more damage to our environment can be  caused by chemicals and detergents that  are continually poured into our waters  and septic tanks.  Here is an area of action where the  ordinary Joe can, without any inconvenience to himself or Herself, play ,an active part. Advertisements on all the me-  , dia are thrown at people extolling the  virtues of the whitest washes etc. etc.  free towels and all the rest of that gar-  y*' ���.    Y.;'GoWenAward, .  All set to'fly up into Guid6&are these  BrOwnies ol -"Gibsons 2nd Pack who  received*"- Golden - Hand - badges's last  week.    Presented with the .highest  award *Wlftch' a BTOwnie can- possess  ape freiii*l^ft:--S"ally, Phare,' Iris-Ve-.  -driy,.' Susan Veday,-Sandra' Whiting,  and E-renda- Derby/ '-----J -- - - iJ  _________      _________  tjage and I suppose tiie public-falls for it.  Here'��~y*he,re ygu^cgn. help, in. the fight  against pollution. Forget for once all that  junk and ,look Jar .cleaners .known as pio  degradable which do not leave harmful  residues and afecapable" of. being absorb-,  ed into thp -ground or water and' being  used oi)ce again in the v^y nature inteiv-  ded.       , '  ���      "     ,  ._Yin.the near. Juturs.the'_Simshine.ilQa5t  Environment Protection Society will be  holding a public meeting at which Dr  Gemmill, Director of Coast Garibaldi  Health Umt will explain these things  In the meantime why not ask for a bio  degradable liquid when you want something to wash your clothes or dishes and  do your bit towards keeping our beautiful  .coast line cleaner and fresher for all to  enjoy.  JOHN HIND SMITH  Secretary S.C. Environmental  Protection  Society.  On vollution  .Editor, The Times,  Sir: The purpose of this letter is twofold:  To thank the three members of the  Sunshine Coast Regional Board for taking the time to attend a meeting sponsored  by the Sunshine Coast Environment Protection Society. These members were invited to Our meeting* expressly to inform  the members of the plans of -the Construc-  ;,tion^A��fre|atpAin .;*4ev^jphs-i^*a5opcii': .pit;,;  '"^|^','ithme'^':we'':SiS_^tt^a^."������;^".������Jv���'������' "*'"  *T^acquai_it ri��defs'Mffi'^*&-i��a(_t-":thait-  50 ^people present were very definitely apprehensive of any aip, sea or land pollution that may result from the planned  gravel pit operations in this area. Erosion  has peep a major* crisis in the past. Could  it happen here? ��� ���  The SCEPS is interested in meeting  with all- industry in an effort to find out  if such businesses can flourish in such an  arearas' the Sunshine Coast without creating more pollution hazards.  D.  DALY,  member of SCEPS,  Secheit,- B.C.  The Bartlett, designed by R. C. Bart-  lett and built in Toronto, 1914-1917,'used  pneuipatic rubber cushions instead of  stelh springs.   ��� ������'������ -  Here's a gift package that will be remembered long  aftei* the Christmas season: & year's subscription to  Beautiful British Columbia magazine p/usa f ulI-cQlqr  1970 calendar-diary; You can give both for just $2 -  the regular-price of the maga^ne subscription alone.  We anhounce your giflwith ^greeting signed in your  riamo' and the current Winter issue of Beatitiful  7 British Cblurnbia. The 1970 Spring, Summer and  Yi&jf^ueswW i'��� .y7r':-'"J-  -h^^^&M^i^Mi^-^' an<* rehewlr sub*  scriptlons purchased.for $2 and comrrienclhg with  the Winter, 1969* issue.  I       ��� ���' .'J'''    "���'���      '   .i' ' ". ��  '.   .   Purchaser  ^ 7J_1_ ._ ;���y , _f-���     0  _ ' ���   Addness 7;__________���:j���L- :���___ ___���  ��� ��  Subscription  to  _.���'.. ,������ ;���___j���-  '.' '*' '.���      *',  Enclosed M.O. or,7Cheqiii_ for ������   to THE SECHELf'.'PENINSULA TIMES LTD.  Bo* 310 ,U;;,' Sccfxflt," B.C.-  ? ���  SIGH G!fT-CARD:  I  y^^^m^^^^^^^^^$&^^^^^^mmm^^^  BBSS  p_B)JftWJh|NW^^  to remedy the situation and during recent  years the public has shown its capabilities  in this respect.  At thc present time wehave a sincere  industrious board which is working hard  to rectify problems or bad impressions  of the past. This is not an Ipasy task and  is one which takes time, given a fair  chance, however, We do not question the  fact it will prove to be the best Board yet.  DSSIRSCT  i;  TODD'S  DRYGdOlDS  CMBLMEN'S ��_ INFANTS'  LAPSES' SPOiprS WHPM  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  C-osiim@?|cipi^ December 2psfr ISG9 g@rt>ag�� will  bo picked up In th�� Village of Scche.t by Gulf Building  Supply Met. nn tfi# foSSowlsis c.ch��f!*uic5:  RESSPE^STi^ir-TII^SpATS -fturtln-p: at p .11.191,  COMf|Ef?**��PA!^?U|E5DAYS AND ��� FitBUAVS.  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With  mixing 8p<x>n stir pt)0��.ah pddftlonol (lour to m^ q .stiff t>attcr, pcot by bond 5 ,  minutes. 0rw*��h top of dough with moiled Bluo Donnot Moraarinu. Cover; lot ri.d in  Warm ploce, freo from draft, until doubled In bulk, about   1  hour.  5Hr l)0tlpr dp^n; cover tightly with olumfnum foil ond rerfrtgen-tt. ovemlght.  THfn ou. fjn'tp o hcoylly flourwl lx>ord, P|vl(Jo Into 3 ploce.; roll coch picco Into  p 20-Inch roll, fjrold tho rolln together; pinch end. to w��al, P|aco on loipo prpo��{��*J  tKiklng sheet. Cover, l��t rKe In worm place, free from, draft, until doubled In bull^  nbout I hour. ' "  Poko In rpodorato oven (37S" F) ol)out'20 to 36 minute., or until done. Removo  from baking tAviqt ond coo. on wlrerock. Rt^t when ���.erved worm, ^ cither ploln or  fros'ted with St/goV Gloite, (balnw),  SUGAR GLAZE���Combine 3/4 cup unsifted Iclno fil'dar.  1   ro?.l<_��RO<��.���w(.t��iir and 1.4 ,  leo.poon lemon extract.  Rent until   .moot.**. , .  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Wednesday, November 2&1969 '
Elphinstone Secondary
first term Honour Jfoll
HONOUR Roll for the first tenn at Elphinstone Secondary School 1969-70 js
rel&asedthis v/eek and inclucLes:
Madeira School 7$epmt;7:3:
,       ^ ■       : "-" ,      Y.;     '. -r-hy Valerie Rett
NOVEMBER 12 and 13, parents came to cuit; the. first person to get' 100 miles Will
find   out   their   child's   prpgre$s' at -rec'eive-^special prize.- -
school. Children were dismissed^* 1:30" *  Ukemost other schools,- house games
-—,    , _.                  on Thursday  November 13 so flwt PW> a^TSelTjit 1io5ri.~Chargers are in'the lead
Division I: Dorian Gregory 3.0/Donna    ent-*f ^ discussion could be held and wfa i0joints;"Firebirds have S fvOiiits;
Nelson 27.                                      -       '      report cards given out Thunderbirds and. M-istahgi* each have 4
Division III: Cindy Wray 2.7, Patri-    ^SfdlTnlfhate"toS *£?£ *^J^ *^>j^ 3*5™"
da Carmiehapl 2**. Taml "RVir^hnpr 2<*        FuP          I      I       ?f\    ,   ,   ^S^8** w - son- and  feva   Dubois,   Chargers;  JEddy
cia Carnal 2.3 Carol Forsbnei 2.3.        ^ parei)t Qv ^^t back to school- ft Kingston dnd Judy Tait, Tfit^'derbirds;
Div_$jon IV:   Joan Gory  2.d,  Steven    does not consist of A, 8, or C but has SteV<T TiaaTcsd  and* Susan SlaSey/^ire-
Lee 2-3'                                                             comments  indicating a pupil's progress. birds; £oug Barsaious and Sundy Bilcik,
Di\ision VII: Linda Hensch 2.7, Donna    Every time a new report card !$ ^iyen    Mustangs" '"""    " "~     "~
Mark 2.7, Juantta Chamberlin 2.5. out, parents ..re requested to pome &)d
Division VIIJ: Mary ^lueWenkemp 3.0,    ^cuss with the teacher, a student's pro
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school, the reports are. sent by nu.il.     ' members are preparing for a parent dis
Y The school band cpagmenqed practising
ifi the last week of £-.et.tep>bgr and field
itsTfrst concert JJbvejnber If). It played
a number of songs ahd marches and each
instrument was jfeatiyr^d in a solp. Tweji-
Margaj:e£ Gory 3-0, Sheahan Benpie 2.7,
Lygia 'Martinez 2.7, David Bulger 2.5,
Cathy ESeKleer 2,5, Wendy Gumey 2.5,
Rcland Verbis 2.2.
Division ;XI: Ciajia Watson 2.7, Darcy
Gregpry 23.
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gressT If they^are^uitable to wiprT tp^e    variej^ of skills  are  being  taught and
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Division, XIH: Pomppnia Martinet 3,0,    ty-eight members are to the bahtl wbM
•     t    , . ■  KOII v^" ..-*'*;-- *  : -. - ,   . Eleanor   $y?;aa   3-0,  Wendy  Allnutt   2.7, J5  presently  rel^arsin«»  for the Christ-
Sechelt Elementary School classes    last Thursday-.moiTting *\s*icb;tested - aqcfJimtecL for; ^-3:%i£tipaJ'W-U   Cheryl Gue^h 2.7. Ljsa Pedrmi 2.7. Joan mas concert. *?
make ofderly lme-up for roU call fol-    the efficacy oi various 1roaies<to <Jeal  .Reid, tjut S_is.b_ie'i_*ia_3 <te$igned* to-  Blomgren 2.6, Karen Dombroski 2.5, BUI       *_ke choi,. has ^ started and there
lowing, the   simulated   emergency    with^a disaster fa'the area.. .'Routine  -fog>w &i^UgK,wi&in^5ing*stufle_j|§:    Sneddon 2.5YHeathfer Harrison 2.3. , sre about fcrty Reqpfe infeissted. They
which", triggered a series of'events    fire drills 'resuft^iAeyS^one^being'      &■      *       '   :-^-'-'.'\"iK~ • ~-   ~* Division Xyi: Mike Lawson 2.3, Ellen §re now Starting Christmas carpfc. for the
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', * * ' . .    .   . Division   XVIH:   Richard   Blakeman «iT_rtt»T«a .     .
■    '•■'"'• ( ~    !f^ Hpndrgd Mi|e club h^s iusj @hout
HQlfOI|ABl_E l^TIS^ {ZJ&i &l the $vade§T **-?": ^upi^-invsiYJid, 6«&
Dw§"ion' I:   Iparen  AlspigeF»   Cheryl 4o» Bewick and payiii Eaiiry^a&eE a^
Bracked   §H^n -Jphns^n,' Eileen  Mac- *M w\th ?*> .niles e^,ch; Luli^ Pe^r§ |ia$.
Ken?|e,   Dennis  l^Iapey,  Depise  Quarry, 51  miles and Judy Tpit has*. 28H l?IJ|e§-
„'.*„.-„- t ,       *..•.- Elliott Trueman,   Angela  Willis,  Robert Pupils must have ten miles to" be "up Ton
Bennie. - - "• -  - tne chart. They run in a half mile cir-
Division" HI: -Diana   Bergen,   Penny
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Roll call revealed* that a class; of 24 from the building by teachers assj^i- -pied.   Firemen and" RCMP officers
grade, six and seven- students', were e&jto the task wfile others were_*4^y ^-gopn aniyed on the scene ^and helped
missing and a search led to discovery keeping the rest of the school^c|i-r '..M^fir^t-pad.
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Alan Hemstreet.
Division IV: Frances Finlayson.
Division VH:  Linda McDonnell.
Division VJtil: Diane Fisher, Claudia
Headley, Shirley Hoehne, Corinne Parker, Dale Peterson, Wayne Wright.
Division DC: Shelley Danroth, Bob
Division XI: Gloria Carey.
Divisipn .XIII: Debra Baba, Christel
Gehring, Cindy Nygren.
Division XVI: Vicki Gregory.
Division XVHI: Diane Cramer, Den-
nise Dombroski, Lori Mintgomery. Eileen Sallis, Deborah WiUi-3-
Division XX:-Danny Zueff.
Division XXIII: Sharon Doyle.
Secheit Notes
MRS. JIM PARKER sjtent a few days in
Vancouver visiting her sister Mrs. John
Clark, a patient in St Paul's Hospital. -
A living memorial has been started at
Greene Court, the Senior Citizens Resir
dence; eight flowering cherry trees were
planted last week in memory Qf Mrs."
Elizabeth Wakefield, 7Mr. and Mr?.. Pepcy
Cox, Mr- Harold AU^YN5r. G. Charles
Tinkley and life-, and Mrs. T. JT Cook.
"Mr.   Joe Gregson has returned  from
Vancouver   where   he   was,   with   other
South African war veterans, a member of
*7 the color party on the reviewing  stand
''^''whiEre'*:^eV:'IJeut-7 Governor  and Mayor
.  Campbell took the salute at the Remembrance Day parade.
Mrs. Nixon is a., patient in St. Paulrs
B_MP_te!_   Vancouver,   having   tiiwlergoqe
surgery.  We fjopg t° ?ee her around very
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Mr. and Mrs. BPh Hill entertained at 3
family dinper to h°nor Mrs. C. Johnston
on the occasion of her birthday.
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St. Mary's Hospital ajlerted that a room for casuj|1jtes $nd in. no time ing from anything from minor-cuts
number of students hadt'been injure^ emergency  ^| |nisy ' dealing with to injuries requiring immediate sur-
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Just alter promotion time a first-
grade teacher met one of her students on
the street. "I'm glad you're going on to
the secQpd' grpde and I'm sure you are
smart enough to be there." she smiled.
The boy. looked dwn at his feet, then
said, "I'm glad, too, ma'am. But I'm awfully sorry you couldn't make the grade."
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..,^  ,*,„.^ ("*-u,f,^*. «■ i.  Page B-4 The Peninsula .Times  Wednesday, November 26/ 1969  ***<"!. -��^V~.>..  .. . . w .' -"  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. and Mrs. F. G. Fisher of Penticton,  ' B.C. announce the engagement of their  youngest daughter Margaret Ann to Mr,  Robert Gooldruo son of Mr. and .Mrs. G-.  Gooldrup of Madeira Park, B.C. * 3660-52  OBITUARY  LEE ��� Peggy Helen aged 21 years, passed- away in San Francisco after a  brief illness. Survived by sorrowing parents Ivy Lee of Terrace, B.C. and R. O.  Lee of Madeira Park; one brother Edward of Madeira Park and one sister.  Janice of Slave Lake, Alberta.      3659-52  FOUND  FOUND   in   Secheit   area,   one'  female  - Dachshund   with   red   collar.   Phone  SP.C.A. 886-9873.     , 3656-52    ���  Success venture ;-". .  * r  .**��� -  r * '  *"  ...   1  O  ���>    \\ 5  1 �����_.  * i.   _������."��     ' j*1-*.  .*   ���-.. * * ���  ��    '    . ��� ��� ������ ��.��  .���**     ��    :. '    *> ���  r, .  if ���*  V.i *  ... - 1 ���*�����.��_ .  . _. r    r  ,,. �� *A     _. ,  1 ���  ���__    **    *���*��� "1  -V*.  '*,  ��      X"  n . r  -.**.''  'in ��� '���*_  <*. ������* !.  .��� ....v.i ....   A.o.  ./  LOST  WOULD the person who picked up the  wrong 'Seal Coat by mistake at the  Fisherman's Homecoming Dance at Madeira Park please phone 883-2303.   3658-52  WANTED  SECOND hand piano in "good condition.  Phone 886-2422. . 3657-52  *** m t    *    * -    ��^"  4 *     f ��� -  ��� ��� _���. v   ':,-* %.*A\    - ;v ������ .^   '  **-���.: ,*.��� v.'.'- - ?' %���-.,-   *���-  l     *        *  . ��� ���*" ��ll_��_, *���  -'   ����'   r-   i      - -.       Tf. -    ���   .; ,���_  ^ 'r,J--  ���3J''  "*���        "O   *���       ���*��� '^    '                  _*. j/ _          . .      *                    ������ .  ���-.  ,   ,-    !    ^    ;-;-,���rT��3_:-i=��� -         =/   '<../'. ..         . "*      'sv'*  -   , '. ?. ������"^ >.'"- -  ���  Yr;',  .���* ��s"*';*?���"���> ������' " ������ -'���-.   ���;���*-   ',\  i           -           ���"������.��.      'i . ���      <_.     .*'��������*     r      ' {    Xi    ' ..          'I          j   ���              1*  ie co-opercitiQii. jaeips  Scbuts & Cubs bottle drive ::  CUBS and Scout Group Committee mem-    AWARDS NIGHT ", .     ,  bers toe very grateful for public co-     -   Assistant District Commissioner Dave  operation * in the" bottle- drive held  last    Wilson attended last week's 1st Seqhelt  Mr wmtfm, ��** Cnm a__ *.; %��_J_?_l��&__?__?��  chelt ,boys,were out m full foreground- ��� c^ived s^imming and house orderly- Ed-  ingup the "empties" and parents helped ward Sigouin .was made a seconder." Re-  Group committee by driving cars and sta- ceiving. tender pad badges were'Nick Van  tion wagons Egmond; Larry Riley; Mark Middlemiss  - _                              ^ and David Kelly. This week, Bob Drane  In Secheit at the receiving depot hot and   Scott  _)ia_^ were  presented - with  chocolate and coffee was being brewed theh. house or(wiy badges,  while^ vehicles were unloaded, and bottles ,,    - ^ honoured their former cub-  sorted  and  stacked. -Lending  teen-aged J.                  *                ^^g ^  energy to the back-achmg t^k were Kar- *        .book-ends and Mrs. Wil-  en and Vicki Fearnley and Janice  and presented With a Cub crest tea-|  Jeri Mullen and two little girls Jo-Ann *yYT     r ra     w                            -         '  Sigouin   and  Linda  Leitner   insisted" on sp                                          _             v Y  helping big  brothers. Boys were a little   upset to  find  that  some of  the bottles .             early-as 1908 Dunlop made-three  from a previous  drive which  had been '     ....���,      -,        .    -      .  stored pending  collection  by  the'agent " kinds of non.skid tire treads: wire mesh,  had all been stolen.. cross-grooved'and rubber tudded.  ______&E__________r______WE~^  WORK WANTED      Thanks for the bottles say the Cubs, few assistants "taking part in Satur- David Kelly, KobbieRitter,, Nick Van  and please don't forget our annual   day's bottle drive in Secheit were Egmond; 'Lai^y Rajey, Gordon Har-  young man seeking employment, 4 yrs.   Christmas Nut Drive on Saturday,    Scott and Bob Drane,. Jimmy Smith, rison, M^k'Middleimss, Frank Leit-  experience in construction and car-   December 6.   Thirteen cubs _*bas a , Edward. Sigouin,   Jeffrey Redman," ner and.David I_amb. *  penters helper, also experienced in roofing &; siding, v/ill do small jobs; seeking  part time or Aill time employment. Ph.  885-9400. 3654-52  HELP WANTED  "WANTED immediately, experienced man  to fall and hook for small cat, 5-6 M  per day; to go straight falling in 2 weeks  with 12-14 M per day expected. Wanted  within 2 weeks cat driver to do own  hooking on small cat; age no barrier,  must be responsible man. Phone Ed Wray  886-2313 after 6 p.m. 3655-52  Mackenzie NDP  elect Gibsons man  MACKENZIE! Riding New Democratic  Party elected its hew executive for  1970. New president of the organization  is F. Corley of Gibsons. F. Fuller of Secheit is the new vice-president. Second  vice-president is D' Spragge and a third  vice-president is to be named from Bella  Coola  D. Pearsall from Gibsons is the new  secretary and a member will be chosen  from Powell River to be the new corresponding, secista^. Treasiirer is T. Efame?  provirittw ii-OTi^ A. Mj_Cco>  mack from Texada.~A'~"  ���  . * "*"**-  Committee members include D. Lock***-'  steiad from Texada who has the respon%  sibility for publicity throughout the rid*  ing, G. Joe, D. Hosman, and.K. Barker.  :^mkiX��imm^^Mm&i^mim��Mammm'^r^4A  YEAR EfSD CLEAR OUT  ON  14' STARCRAFT ALUMINUM SEA.  FARER, $,  Reg. $599 SALE  12' STARCRAFT ALUMINUM SUPER  STAR, S*  Reg. $399 _. SALE  12' SPORTSMAN  FIBERGLASS, S��  |  Reg. $299   SALE  11' SPORTSMAN  FIBERGLASS, $���  Reg. $249 _ _ SALE  8' SPORTSMAN FIBREGLASS, $*^ _bfi&  Reg. $175  _.._  SALE    ���*> 3W  SPORT YAK II, $  Reg. 139.95  SALE  OUTBOAUDS  >M  HP JOHNSON,  Reg.  $482  ...SALE  4 HP JOHNSON,  Reg. $234 ..;  SALE  IH HP JOHNSON,  Reg. $157 .SALE  10 HP JOHNSON,  completely rebuilt .. SALE  ?***mmwmitmmwm4nwmmwmmmmmmmimmmwmmmmmm  Model 550 McCULLOUGH  CHAIN SAW  Reg. 317.00 <l AiA.OO  SALE    jmm*mm0mmmmmmnmf*0UMmmmm*mimw^mmm^  HONDAS  MINI-TRAILS,  Rege.  $299 SALE  90  TRAILSTERS,  Reg. $420 SALE  330 SCRAMBLER,  Reg. $931  SALE  430 SCRAMBLER,  Reg.  $1220  .SALE  750 HONDA, 4 ��yL, &7 HP,  Reg. $1775  SALE      "All   regular   pricey   above   ore  exact  F.O.B.  Vancouver prices"  "CHECK ond COMPARE"  at  COPPING MOTORS LID.  Secfic.e, B.C. 883-2812  asi^-sa^��^i��ig_^��3��saa��gg:  ,-        VYE RESERVE THE RIGHT"TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  j/j//mjjLj/^ZmmY/-^ ^       ////        // '/// U'//'        V      Y /        _ V     j/     J/~  /A      //        //    */V '' ^   /  #. J    m~*4~*   *������< ��� <-  ~-r   /���_,     .    i ^ .j   f^^i   -L_   .rf  J. _.    _f. _*��_.   _ ,   /.���..y   _���r^,   L-���J   /._���_.   /*. ���J  /-. ��_/ t.^.^J   /.^JT  rL^J  l,^J  d.*~.~^*y  ?  '     *"]  y<  _  .������'  . i


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