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 V  W  ft - ��� ���'   ^ -      . - ��� "���  i" 1 ." k   . j -v 0 . < .*       *.  Business jeopardized**  1606 West  -���Vancouver  5th Ave,  9, a.c.  West Q&nadian Graphic, Industrie"*} -Ltd, r  ��erv  SUNSHINE Coast Regional Board at Iqst  regular meeting gave Us, support to an  objection   against   a   prdposed   loreshofe  lease at  Secret Cove  and. suggested jt be turned over lo the  planning committee" for action at such  tune the lease application reaches the  .board.  Meinbeis agreed and moved ac-  SurvinQ tho Sunshine Coosf, tHowc Sound to Jcrya. Inlet), including Pprt AAollo'n; -Hopkins landingrGmnthafm landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Cropk; Sclma ParkySechclt, HqllmQOfi ?Wi Socrot- Cpvc, Pender Harbour, Madeira Pork; Kloipdalp, Irvinp's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmonl  k*  Manna opeiator .1   Mercer, subiWtefl^Twrdnigh/  ���a copy of a lettei ot piotusl lie had for-     pt��m  n-rawri    ���  warded  to the  Director of Unds. wh|ch 91AriU       ,      -  diow attention to the tact Pr Herbert M. ���.' ... Protest  regarding   a  Nichols  of Portland,   Oregon' has   pur'-;   effused  property adjacent to the mavjnft  . : and has applied for. foreshore lease.  ���    , Nature���'iff?' the proposed,   lease,  if ap-  ���-proved,, would block ol'ft-^piry to maor-^  ings at.the marihiif^rhereforo Mr. IVIereei'V  business would suffer- drastically,   .,   .,v  -    'Chair'm'jfi'f.^lil'f'- Qillier told" the board  he felt the complaint .should  be hacked  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN,SUNSHINE COAST,  Volume 8, No  2nd Claw Mall - -  fteglstratlori,No. | \4Z  '     Union-*��*' Labpl  This Issue 8- Pages  i  r. *  12e  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1971  TWO LINES OPEN  .. Corporal Lou Riggemaii of the Gibsons liCMP Detachment reports' that due  to, heavy work load it has become pec-  "essary-to install an .additional*telephone  line. This has resulted in a number change  and  two  linns tn cjuXqiie 'now: BHfl-HMk.,  and ��� 8ai5-2246.   i <���  GOOD CAMPAIGN  Very successful Christmas Seals cain-  paign on the Sunshine Coast this past  season was under chairmanship of Mrs.  Fayo Lewis who reports a total'of $1,500  raised at the end of the campaign. .  "CHRISTMAS MAIL ���  \ Canada Post Office ieportr��that each  .'year many ..thousands of  part  time jobs  are provided for unemployed, and students  ��� to assist regular staff move the .large  -   ciiianlities of Christmas mail. Ih 1Q60 ah  iiiost 57,000 such jobs were created and  II was anlicipated-ft  be available for the pu"st festive season  tiailei home aj.  W��est ������peche'jl has become somewhat involved apd While such approval would  pcii he permi'tted underj-ecenlly Instituted  wph)^ and planning*bylaws the vboard  topk a-.fjnY�� stand, and -agreed that a permit  ,be wpheld.        ;, ���  ���  Owner of t(>e mpbile home,'! Mrs. M  McK^ep' originally a'ppfted U��' Hs^en\\a\  approval* prior  to  the  new   byjfaws. .At  (.hat time she was tolcPa permit would be,  granted   subject^ to   sanitation   approval  by the Board of 'Health. Such approval is,  it seems, a slow process and when it was  finally   chained,   zoning  had  come  into���  effect. 'Jiowever,*a8 TV1 r- McKt'en'had been  previously   given   approval   subject   to  Ifealtlv Depl. pej-nijl, jt  was agreed  the  application for the" miibilc home be ac- .  ceptod.  Since that time, the objector, Mr..R.W.  Crawshaw has written, to the Department  of Municipal Affairs    complaining    that  perniits   have "been   issued   to 'M)'s,   Mc-.  Keph to alter the septic tank installation  in the Rl Prime Waterfront Zone for a  second  residence,  being a mobile home.  Inspecto'r   of' Municipalities,   James  "iiatrdT-ni turn wrolu inTrlioara stating he  Miad received the complaint. He in turn  pointed out:  '.'I! is my understanding; that such  permission is contrary to your zoning  bylaw submitted to this department aftd  approved by the Lieutenant -Governor in  council. Furthermore, it. is my understanding that these permits were issued  during the period set. try the Regional  Board for the withholding of permits  pending the adoption of the zoning by-law.  "If these arc facts, I cannot .see how  a. decision could have been reached al-  ,lowing issutince>of the permits". .    ~  "Would you please advise me with all  "flC*.  afi'-THAT Mi-       l^s��.      ���  ^JLatter-DafSainis  hold social night  - \  �����.  New ���Development  One of the largest cpntraets,to |ie  carried out by a local contractor, this  J^MCA cofnuiex costing over $250,000:  is being construc^d by^Gains Cqifr  struction of Gifisons. The large lO.QQf)  sq. feet building is the first p.l\3,sp:  of a massive reconstruction prpject.  at ('amp Elphinstone and will pro: '  vide a dining area for 250 young people and serve, also as a conference  and seminar;centra.year round. Other  pictures aird details elsewhere in this  week's Times. -   ���  Halfmoon Bay/Redrooits . ,  RATTER Day^Sliitvts held, a spcjjt! pight  ������', op i-iecQmher 22i|d pt/ the $clpi'o.( %rK  dommp'niiy HalJ at 7 p.m. fy Was -\ycli:  .attended m\\i about' twent^-l'lv0 menV-  ben>-0enJoyhut- " Cm'istmas���-program (if  singing jvpd -games.. A light- Zurich was  en'oyjcrT by all -with a tree'for the chilcj-  re'i The Missionary.Sist&ijs Crabtree and  Ab.ucjtt planned the v.rogram.  , .   r-  Best   wishes   go  to   ^rq,   apd   Sister  Stuchey  and  fatw'ly" vrho ���tgfg.-rnpYiqg to  . Red Deer, Alberta. ;Brothep%UPhpy h����  -b'ee-i>-ww|iing - with the^hlg'^gj'^n'-cpcw-  here. '   ���    '       .%."'���'.'..:  "Sunday School is bold ihf ��elni^ Bar]?  Community Hall every Siliicjgy^.m^qf'ftil^.  at 10 a.m. apd everyone interfisted is irt��_  viled to attend.  BC fe&tiom. Conipcirii^  at point] o| agreement  JOINT ailnnuncemtmt from the Federation of Telephonci Wdrhers'of British  ColmTn^ia-aiidjj!^ P-c- Telephone ���Comr  ^unyu-^tateirH=  lor water works extension  The B.C. Forest Industry comprises  79,500 employees Jn 2,3(|0 logging operations, ..9110, sawmills, (Jf> shingle mills, 25  plywood and v'aneer mills and 21 pulp and  paper mills.  At a special meeting of the board December 29th 1070, it Was moved the-Deputy Minister be informed of the facts  concerning the issUence^t)f a permit for  a motile home on the property including  extracts from relevant minutes and copies  of correspondence.  Responsible hungers  ielBjffiitO  No changes , .  YiQW QGLopfe  SUNSHINf:; Coabt Zoning Byfaw No.'3fi  has been finally approved by Victoria'  and a I a special meeting of (lie Board  December 20 was officially icconsideied  and adopted  Secretary Treasurer ChaUte Gooding  Ink! The Times later thai, the Bylaw has  been approved in its original form, bt|,|.  explained lliaj although changes apd protests regarding certain sections wore  made during meetings held shortly-before the Bylaw was .submitted lo Victoria, no.ohaiMc.s were actually made, It.  is, anticipated n number ol revisions will  be retjHired and Willi lips in mind a re-_  \ vision byi'iaw will'Jie j)rovided'I'ro'ni fhne"  to lime when all. reoomniendcd cliaiigeK  will  be implemented.      , .   .  In i:II'(m:I, IIm: bylaw lundamunlally is;  to regulate Hie location and i-mu of buildings and structures apd the use of land,  imduding the mii'lircc ol' Water within I he  Klccloirf.l Areas A, M, Q, I), V, and I? of  lli��: Supshiiie Coast Hegional Dislrlcl.  And for llnrpurpiiMi In (Hvide lliemi I'D-  tiuloral Areiis Into /opes pursuant to "Hie  jjinvitiiniis of Ihe M'tpiclpal Ad, haying  dm! regard lo promotion of ���.health,. imiI'u*  '|y,' iroiivoiiii'inl'ii, ovcrcrowdiiiii. and prop*  <ii��� iimi of land, and presei vallon of inn-  enlUcs peculiar hi any flow:  Aluo; securing ol  adeipiatn  light,  idr  and acce.sjj, value o(',fh�� I'Uid;iiii*I*iH'iuru  of lis liidiieiil iiud proiipjitillvu', use and  occupancy. Cliariicler of each' <uii)u, lijiar-  ai'lcr ol buildings already creeled and Ihe  licularusfta; and IlieN^opsurira'tion of pio- ,  perly values.  Complete bylaw nips ��� into Ihlrly  pagrs.  II is doUhI thai al the lirsl public  hpanng late lost October to discuss the  then prnposecljjylaw a number of objections were made by Gibsons area residents. "'Among Ihcse was the fact that ex-  liii.it, of Hesideiilial II zoning was l(/o res-  ���Iriciive property to single fainily dwellings; mobile homes only in, mobile home  parks; comprehensive development; market gardening, fur farming, animal and.  slock raising according to acreage Involved: I' ' ;" "  Mr. Jim Gnrney, president of the CJib-  (iiitiH lleighls Ijialopayors, pplpfed out that  id. a previous nieeling'willl Ihe. Board  represent a Ityes' it bad been agreed that  l|)o-area Morjh '0T Heed Hoad would be  a Rural Molding Area. This, however,  has, now been ihcjudud Iii.I)h! hesidenllal  II /.one.  Mr. I'Yank, West, Director lor lha| ,ii|'..,  cu, admit led at the lime llml In this case  "Ihere  Dliglll   Iiiivi;'liecn  a  "hllp-up"   bill  the Hpiird would check into t|ie iiialtcr,'  Oilier, objections included ,, Ihe 1100'  minimum for homes in IhiiiidciillaP I  /one, (illiei'i; foil Unit "mobile hom<;ii should  be a|i|owiid lor residential use in the 1'iall  ��|<oitd 'iiriiii and reipieulii were, made r^-  gnrrllpg ri.vunliiK as a liuial Holding  i|l'ifu, h\\ IIJIh respect, Hoard piialiiniln  Cliff Milker and director' West ualij fir  now ruling In hoped.' lor  on mobile homes,,  WANTON and unnecessary destruction  of wildlife by 'irresponsible hunters  ted lo the establishment of a "Rewards  Fund" by the *B.C. Wildlife Federation,  object of which is to provide reward;  money for information- leading lo the arrest of culprits.  As the result of the reward a number  of conviction,* have been made, latest rpr  ported being Odenc Mancin of Vancoit.-  vcr who was charged under the Migra^  tqry Birds Convention Act. with the killing "o7 two frumpeteiv'swans last December 7  The incident look plj?be on a small  lake just outside Campbell Biyer and as  the result p| tcfafi^pny jiy" ijirpe Compx  ��� WATElt .supply and distribution as a  ) function of the Hegional" Board was  j'put tcr the people November 23rd 10.(>8  fa'hd was approved in all areas involved  with the exception of Pender Harbour.  Overwhelming approval v^as given the  bylaw (No. 21) -in , the Halfmoon Bay/  West Sechell Area with a vote of 108 for  affd"J49-against. .  Since thai finvfel.waler.has been established  as  a   function and   a  supply   pro-  A  basic system   for  Ihe   Halfmoon  Bay-  Hedrooffs area has since been drawn and  "will  cost   in   excess  of  $.r>00,OOQ   If  constructed at. Ibis time.   �� ��� . .   .  In order to ussertain views ol the re-  Mdenls of that area another bylaw was  put to -the vole" December 12 which re-  Milted ina vote of (10 for and 100 against.  Nature of this-bylaw (No. 19) was such  iliat if did, not require a sixty per icent  iiiajoi-jty. H merely called for an ind  lion of whether or not residents were still  in favbr. Athough small it has been  'considered'to have" paused by a simple  majoriiy  Pla'ns to pioyide the system are now  under1 consideration and at a special met.  B.C. huV,l��* Mandh *��^ f^^ [%��l��$$3& V%^'^Z&  had   ji|s  npnting   licence  suspended  to* -��� - f  week another publication stated $070,000  The Times is unaware of where this-'  soaring figure was plucked from but it  would suggest thai with spiralling wage  demands it is obvious costs of the proposed system wi 11 never be as cheap as  Jhe present time. ^ ...  ��� TItc board hasffslimafed demand for  water between S,ec)iellv and Halfmoon'  fioy. will fff)Ubld..|n the5 ncJit ten years  aiid'Tirst siage ofUhe' plan will be cap-  able of supplying 000 users iiiJJ^a^HalL^,  moon Bay/Redrboffs area. Second and  third stage would* cost an. additional  , $302,2li0 and will increase" capacity . to  I ,f)00 users.  Report op the proposed assessment  of bulk water 'Tate's' for West Sechell  Improvement District was presented by  director Frank West and was discussed  by Ihe board together with director.elect  Cliff "Thorald. As a consequence- it was  iC.!f /"nioved on by director West that the re-  ica- * port be, accepted with provision for review following discussion with the West  Seclielt. Improvement . District.. ��� Trustees  piior to adoption ol the annual budget  It was also agreed to dftcuss possibilities of extension of the low picture  /.one  to  nthei   aieas    where    cusloipcn,  ��� Negotiations between the BTpr-A'Cle-  phonu Company, qnd the Federation- of  Telephone Workers of British Columbia  have reached a point where' the' hegblfa-  Iion teams of the Federation have agreed  lo present and recommend acceptance of  a��pToposed.new'co|iirtipt to the member-.  ship. Ratification by thje inem'hership will  be completed by ���Jahuary 26, 1071 at which  time further details will be released. ���  Active arts group  slates Open lippe  %t  v  V-  live years  Ip rewarding Ihe ifirec men $715 for  then* hcilp, Ihe Fcclcialion complimcnled  them,on their piompt action inVlirhtifi'iig  the incident to the jitfonlion id 'the \i\v-  pel'- aulhorilies.  . rfTrumpelei- swans are a protected species apd FederaljpfT/plreclor, Oeoif Warden, points-out l\hiiji Ihe "Rewards, Fund''  was sel mp to aeras a fleterrcnl, to Ibis  Jt Ind ol lliing. He said he hopes other  responsible people vi^ll lullow the example   of   Iho   Ihree   binders   by   reporting  such acli'ons.   -   . ,i'  . POsKiblllty--pf ,- Reslcc^WJhlftr-),^  P-Hf'-Hing.lhc npceH^��:y4 capjtfj^ tyw,flf    flpm>> iJj^os,, f?ufuj|df)  ^< f?r^e{?t ,#?��#!*:  the jccphlly ahnriunedd fcriertil' $315  lion loaji for municipal "use in B.C  One ol the main pioblems the district  might be faced with is the fact t|]at the  loan is.on a fifteen, ypor basis and even  with a relatively low in|oi;esl rale, annual  re-payments, whiild infjiusc a 'heavy financial burden, Ihcse w��Hild nflturally  hfive lo la|l upon water>users.  At an earlier board meeting last year  the engineers 'pri'supled  proposals for a  scheme   Which   was   eijfiinaled   at   about  The  bylaw  siibniilled   last   De-  liilh   slated  SHORTLYbcfore Christinas, some rather'  strange sounds and smells issued from  the Art room at Elphinsl-one High Scliool.  Closer inspection revealed the "Art,s StU-,  did 71" group hartf at it, carving some  weird and Wonderful objects from 'i'awv  glais insulation, demop.s{,r-u4cd by Wally  Valcncius-  ^Jexl.activity ��� b^ this  group  will  he  an" Open  House  to be  held January' 7th-  at   the   home   of -Trudy   Sma'l|,   Anyone  '  interested is invited to come amj see at.  least  -10 paintings, 100 water "colors and  200 drawings plus miscOUftpepus oijjects  and  snilpliire  idoa1.  Trudy plans a demonstration "ol drip  landscape painting Starting .1 brio is 7.3(1  pm. at  1535 Sciufh Fletcher in Gibsont,.  IP- mq||pn is  l*  V  ������ >,  ollows breaK  .f.f)()ll;0l)0.  comber  Respect paid  from  Victoria  A'l', .J-AST regular mM:\\m of M)7l) wQ��t  Wa.lly' /'alenron aslunT that ^homborjl;  iff (iibsona Council sland in ullliiice for  one niliiule In Irllmlc lo formiji' Vlllag|!  Chairman Alt Hilchoy who pamiiid away  la.'eeinbj:r'jf|l),.idiiii a 'long illnens.  Mayor''"''^loi'tioii llieii ciin/jralulfiled  alderhfiiu KVuV * tjuddo'rd and' Churli'M  Maiulidkiiii on, ll.ie.ii i��ii:lei;lion lo ol'lici:  and   oxpi'tiiiiiurt    11'ealfon'n  g I a I, Irigii   to  *W'ffW  <M  ���*yl  t    ir#ifi����'��*/,* ���''^J'w.l* M**vii��!yi ' i  ��   '       ' M '   1P^��'f^*i'S  �� *���< '/*i"��w ��� t "J',4W"  .  ���  JT'l'!"!* Vi'.i^J 'ill! f>  ?'��1'.?  (���:  'V  /��  I'/���'"��("  I \  ./��� /3, n-'V        '    ��� inl<   i' i i ���/  . Jr    '���^UJC    i*i+i t^wfiix��� ��^>*  y^\,} I  1(171," ilhwnml hiliihl lor I'��i<t ujm(  I}ui'm)(i JlulTniK.ol h'niiP'l.s |��i!iilpKU|n,  on l)��'i!��H))rt��r  'iillli w|)t!i|: jyipi*., J^*>|*  K<!��l. frlilhlM'l ri'-clicll A^'im^'h |/M.,  imumiUni   UloJJlfwllJl  M   ���<:l|oi|UU   m,  ���' '    '    ' ',' *    '  /'  '*'���' '.'���������  *   : '.   .:     . .   f,      . "   X . '       '   ''.    '.,.     .    .  -   H/i|��)>y New Y����#r^  1'iilly ruvur IIm liiwir^l vJilno of |Im;I|'  li>/jii" (IfNlroyiul  hy flr<! JNnv<w))pn  Hm: iiiiI<)iiiuI|c   iDiiuwn  (iniinWmi \Uiyu  mUl Ihn clrii)))  '/'/nii.'AlllimiKli <lx*y Imm* lvM.'.in:l��'a||y  i/n)(i ihf:i)vj��r\>h>)uiM I'uimwijl, uiplur   ih<!'!|pj)|iy J)|ciuri  ... . , >yh'tuui,  wlih.'h  u0('oh))|h' Uft  couiM-'ij, stuff and members of llu> press, .  I'lliliu In eslablliill a "welcome lo (fib-  sons' light al llic,approach lo the Village  luicini* lo be rumiliig Into wiii'ii piVib-  leniii Aid. (jerry Ihxon i<ald lie {mil -broii  giveii lo uiidcrsliind l|ie i.|gn w|I|||hvii  Id be uroi'liid cjilitir on n idmuljOr iu'romi  llui hlgliway, The ilain;*' calls for piiniiln-  /���ion from the llifdiwayfi Mopnrimonl ll<:  added "B.C, .Hydro down nol. appear lo  be  loo explicit  ic|Uirdl|ig the situation".'  Mayor  Pyiori'iai "niiggwled  Adiui'iiiiil-  lahii'  Dave  Joliruilun   invi;;,ii|��ii|e  piiM<lb-  i'llKi.-H  (>\   a  iilaml, '"we   alwayiC'liml   np",  Kiipnral|pii   I'ruiH Mr,  Noi'inlnloii,", liu ad.  Boat   owi'i.cru , who , have ,b��'ien   iloliii- ��  miitiif In  wharfage <im,'n bine, nfh.T i\mi  v/iiinlng,  Iiiipii  i'|nii'/|od   by Collin1)!,  Mi  .lolinnlon 'ndvlni'il   thai   i-\:�� Mii;h   i'|)nr/(i',,  hnvii Ih'IjI), hod aiid urn due lo gir lo cool I  *.? n"(Tvia"o*^"n t n".'" ' " -17���~~r,~,--~"  AM,'Maiidelkau  die'w  alHaiiiou  In" a  Idlli.-j- lllilidcil li|l|| liliil i:Vii|)t'|j|j I'rapi llir 'i  file ,(li:|/,iiiliiieiil   M.'iiaidlng, hydrnnls,  fvjr.  ''JolllHiloli   i-dld   11   lidti 'beeif, iJng.  /ten I ml lu.'cil I'ui'���,||, liyiliaul''fi.Nl^ltiitt Hie ;  CiMliirjf Inn, > ,   '        ���  ' u    '  Mayor V'VuiV'Uii polnb'Ii nul hm! ilicm  are   no  lui|df>  acall'ibl'.'  al������ ||pv' l,l|iii' hoi '  tiUH|4ii*it|id    lb*i   m.dlei    be. g|vi;o   plio'llly  III  .,ll|i',' prsl.   b|id|,!i'l    A,ld��� Ul'i/y   I'I.smii ,  agiv<:t|,'l|iid   Hie; aii'if. jlpolvi'il jivuuc of  pi'lurlly. , ,'  , .  | (!ouiii'i|.i|gi;i'i.'il   In  i||\'riil|gali! Ilieflr  i.'iiiilly   aiu/iiip'ii'i'd   .i;)l��    1111III1711 Keili'i/O  loan aviiilirhia dm, municipal in>u, i/'i llni   ,  ��� tell Columbia  M wwif poinb'd oui Hud ''j;*;  an>'.,.|oi)i|(,. vvhlil'i   Uilgld   la.  t itiv p|i 1)   lllleen  yi'Jii   h'lm  i��m'li a   loon  ' w.'iii|jLli.��:..���ii.;i!irlv.!.i.'?l.~..llrniii....iJ.iiii.(h'iplilii ...ul,   liu: upi'i/iiiing (ii'wcj  iiini.:i|hii|oii.   ''  Mayor I'Hcuuii cNpnti-ii'd lla: vim*' d  might/"prov (riiHlbh' p/iM-l'iliiig Mm.' 'bal- '  (Hire  nmlil   be  fdlliaiM I'il  ill   Mir  leDnuia  lion i(|.i|p|l'lilh,up,1vuai  period  '  -f-*~-i^Avi'^-'-'t^,trt^f*i*rt'l .-"-*fV-wH'*.'l|-��'4fM'iHf('l'��l""�������>���"���'-  poll id. tijii/^,t^^M.i.ui,t;}w>)iKni:jlM\siniii,,.  Iri'uliiii'iii"^pl|iiil  which, 11 in' iiiiilci'iiiuiali'  Wl;ov|dci'!   tor' I'nmpiuu'il. ;i.   will) , llliilb'd'  (apd a) 1,'Mi-,, MayorJ'i.'|iiikp|) iiiij.d |)i.' could  i.i.'d no hanii in ��1 *v<���<.tj^m* 1 i 1��//' 1)*�� ii,vi<iem,4  ;'v,|io luiowi',, maybe II'. wll| I'livc-lbe. \il  j����ga loiimpiouuy,'' U*> uvjipm.'hkT  '' < I. f"  NINF.TKEN' year iiid noihi Jphpsnii of  ��� Hechell,' laced a jchip'gu. of. break ami  entry when apprehended by pobeft.shortly after he was noen lo drive oii| fnuii  "Peni'iifiulii (M,olor's; fliirifig Qui ���OlirJsimiui  seasoli.   Hpllce (Irovje jnlo   the  garage  as  ,lohn��on drovir ofii? NufiilTi'g was stolon  ���but. eniry had been made. i'h> was nun-  U.'iiced lo llin.'e inouihs lielinile and nigh-  11:1:11 inonllis indefinite.  Followed by an RCMP.patrol for noma .  displace,   ,lohn .Wlltaip   of  (llbsons   wlis.,  .'���e'en   lii   bo' driving   an'  li'ulo   froii'i   one",  side ol Ihn bigllway lo Ihe other  He was  Mihiicijiaiiilly idnppoib and   lakop   Iw   I In;  di:iiic|imimi    whurc a breidlinly/.tir    Uial  .sIiowi.mI'ii ri;a,flliig ol   |7   impairmi'mt  In  I'onnldered at abov;c   Oil  Apiiciiilnit in rum 1 December Mill  Wdaon win. I'rued'.'t'.'glO and had lie, driving licence suspended lur Ihlrly days, ,"  '  Ajipcai'lllg l/i.'foil,' Urn Judgu Ueeeuiber  li.'lld Idpyd Oeoi'ge Wiley faced a similar.  iihHl'ge ami  wan ii|so ,/lpeil, Mill), wjih  a '  oinMiioulli driving iiiiiaibiiiilim; l'f|n broa'ilr-  iilyver rending ww,.; "|i|  Wiley of Miiihiiia I'nrk was nppilihciiil  ��'d ueai Madelia I'nrli ll'illowing a roiilliin  ('hi.'cjii       ���,.���,.���.      .   .- ���   -  ���'Pulling ��� 0111   rrnm   a  moinl   al   Duvi;i  H/iyWi'ar driven by Bcnedicl I'leiro wan  aioppf.'d by Iicm/' who'iirrciiicd I'liirrc  I'm   llupahe'd   driving,   llrcalhidy/nr   le|,|  imowed 11 reiidlhg of  all  lie was shipped  -artiir��aiflwi,haittiii��'|ihlu|1��li|d~lo-��r��iH.,h-,-lh��.,"r  llidlan   Hei.i'p/e  uiiiUn 'ihe  |iiliiliiki!f|  |n:  lief  Ihul   lie. .could  liof  be . .inei.lcd   mi /  liidiari 'properly  VOl'll   I'Viiin.-r. ��>r  ilallumlm  Hay  iinui,'  ngvil abouli nliieloi.n, wat* ||pi'd 'Sf/I| |'n|.  .lowing 11,1'hargti ol;a'iiuii||ig a diMliU'haia.'iJ  ul a ilaifcir '  " ���  JI01111I1I   I'alilek ,Nlekoii.Hp  id   lloliei h,  :.C|i'i,:l�� a|lpi:ui|i,'il, in (iili;,oni. ^couri .whwra  lie wii;i lined Mill! ig) ii^'hni'gi' ol hiciWch  ul miM|i;iii;ion, llr hud been on' piohiiiium'  folhlwing a iiiiivirl|i,n in  IIIIHI iiimI billed  i'o��ll*c up lo ('onilii)uiii, or'iliuN'Vbitimio,'  Rudy K1111117 of (llbii/lils illlipgcd Willi  I   |i\('lll<lll   lo lake, l||i|  l/|e||ll|ii|y'/i)|   I n't, 1  wan  ;   lined  Sv'1111,1, anif i,ii|.|M'i'Mled   luau   di)|vii|g  /in(jMMiniJMi���-*''," ."��," luynib ,'M,.'.  ' a<':��':ih>in'I7�� . ,.   *~-n\wrwnUW^riirr>)vi)mmi~it'i)\ Hie"*'  liulnliiyV on Ihe ISiuii.liliiu .(Wi and n'lliei  ���',m��it,n|   M:|iP'h:. niiidiapt  implied .jnaiply  ���   III1 r.'ib'iuHr auto 'diiiimgi,',,  (  I'Dopaltl   Roy  rMi'Fui |iii|i.'' ngcd   W-of  .^h,il!!;i.huJM').:U^VW>i��.Jdll��U-a.hinUy^��fiW-.  luiillilglil, uV.Salurilay Direepibei  aijlh /of. '  l,0Wini( JiliniilildiJiil involving a' iiiolor   Mipnie,  An jni|Ui.'i<l In lo lie held.    '  i'ohll   iliiliiui'ii    hi    vi,i|ie|i!i,    i;|i|jiiaHi|i|  ai *i;��>i��i);-'    ' '    ���.       ' ���;'���.���,  J/il|ii llaii'ii ol 'Uei.'hull. liiim'k ihajain  iiii|  ��,i|  <lll  ��nMu ihjvijfi  by  ,/otln  Uvviu.  ham 'Wj'ui had sloppei) al: a pi;des|iiiin  crosslnU'iin Ciiwi'ie'SI'i'iii.'i' lo ailfiw a per-  sou to i:roi.��. Total damage to |iolh anion  ainouplcd hi .an csllinalu'l $.7fi0,���, Viola-  lion notice of following lno! closu was  laid againiil Bales, hiclduiil look place  l)ol:onfbi,'r ,uapd .' .   '  Sam McKenzie of ttolma Park endwl  up In a dileh wlidii pi'.'cember I7lh Ills  aulo Puled lo sriccessliilly iiegoljala a'  bund m Hi.ima park. Damage, lo ids vehicle wn;i euilmgied at pj){\, No cliaqajfi'  won;  laid .������ -s ��� ��� ��� ..          ������ Christ inn Hcrhiiri HieliW of Roberii)  ('reek was proceeding- u nchool liiis'wp,  Ihrougli Welniii I'lirk and slgiiallcd hln'  iiiU.'iillon.nl milking a l��i/;i band Imn ouhi  a i.ide road. Another aulo following Hie  I'uii suddenly pulled out |��, \m\hu mid  i.U.uek Hie Rlchlcr i;ar. Driver, Mark I vim,  .Tow'))|e i'ii: Niili.uir R,C, Is chnrgod imdor.  Jin; dunujill  synlciii,  Tola)  d'an'mgu' was  ci.limnlod   al   iM.aiHI.   Accident occurred,  Di!i;ii|i||nj|-  lilllli,  jj;<t|t;|l Hiubbs of (llbsoiui wn'n a|;;n liivfip ���  .r vlpiiiiiolv Iji.'ku fiiriiiiliin; to yiold I'lm  I'lghl.i't vv^iy, lb: wan Involved in mi gc-  "'iiiunt ilcia.'inbi'r illllli whep ho liiriied  lul'i him a dilv(!.|n, fr.ini: Hie miiin highway iplo llni p.dli ofa vu|ijcl��r ili'jveii  b,v  Mlfiii  Marilyn ���McKimzjii',  '  Ti/laJ dainagu hi Vehielci,'!,! eiaiiualed  ill  jfi|,IMI0,    ������' '  ���'       ���������,' ������    '    '���'     ;  flHipiiiiiiipiHiii)iniii��iiiiiiii��iiiiiii^  a  Ad-Prlel$  point  Ihe way  (0 action!  (n Torfny's C/ossl/M;  WANT/'il'. in rmif or fopi  w)i|i  opium  h( liny, Two bcilrooin l)'oiiiii; |n Bechi.'lt  area, Couplu w-|1|i II niniiil i,'||||il|'i<||,   '      "  * linioii r!uM,i!|l;i|i,"iij(i(|| ov��< 2,14110 liuinin  (��10)000 ippdeni), . ' i'���',' ������'   "���     '  * l||iii."( C|ni,',i||iiiii, no IMK) ||,W itmrm , ...   Mul  UH I1IWHI7 *0 ���"'���'' '"'111 * I||vr��r1?l " "'"*   "--  * li��l��'�� C|ii!,-i||iiri|it "(���' low ��4'i hiwb-'palwpty  Mile* t��ni<*  V  J; vtffwfo J^^T^'^^'f'fv.i'V/i;,''  \<tf,!.  \  W#f*-J'  &2*m?  y-i**'* ^r '"%&���* rE??tc* **���  ftKj*-'4fei.Jfc tm i the fwyi tm*. Wjfasday Jtowryj.jwr ^R1£ WANTtD (Co^p
m   *"ri        "' <n «    i   i       •*• -       aiie «wc^i     «   TILLiCUM   Chimney 'Service
THE TgNINSULA v/^ffi*,Sec"el* r ™on» J»5r9654 ^^ pienfterf pncl jepVued
'- Pointing,    gaidemng,    imutqr
berviee, Pdd ]Mbs etc. All wnrji
REAL ESTATE (Cont.)
Classified _
1%
"Published Wednesdays by*.
.Sechelt Penipsujg 1 imes Ltd ,
at Sechelt, P.Q
■q>   -Established 1963
GREETINGS
A, MEW   YEA'R'9   wish    for
Health, Happiness and Pros.-
penty   to  all, <liu   fuends*  on
the, g.un^hine • Coa^it—Tpm and
T5.pn»ja,"i3aFpi^ ahd~freirt!T0irR~
as; Rose, Kehpy, filbert,-Lpr-"
na and Cintjy Ilapuse.     ■'-.■■■■
OBItUARY
Membief, AH«ih Bure«|U ^,__
ttiCirculation?
'.•Mgrch^i; 1.S79-'-.. ". "•'
: —-pq/{hCircMl<»»ion 2281 ^
A? ftledfeWNh the Aydit Bureau
pf Gfrculation, subject tp audit.:
>*■'■' "■{   '    "■' '     '   "■■ '
,   Classified Advertising Rotes:
3dsin§:Ad,Bdefs (12 words) 't m his 52nd y<w sadjy m.issed
One Insertion , ,,,-,..-. $ I .UU   ,by his loving'wife Gladys, two
Three'thsertions .-.-^-,.-$2.00    sons Terry andVfpmand one
APPfiOX  21   aeies ptt
turt' i<?slttenti.<jl pvpbw
eva|ed _view,—lapo access, close,
to j^w   subdivisions;   mainly'
guaranteed,  RlU   Sechelt,  Ph,   -bush',  get-hell Village".  $30,000,
• 88^3191   preferably   evtounes    \<MH Sell "blooH" or 5 "acre lots.
% -     2?6H-tt'n    Cash. Hox 310' The Peninsula
.^ _ L 1 _      Tjimus   Sechelt BC"      4489-tfn
CllVJCKS .pamtmg &^ecmtit-    _.        . ,	
• ing   Guaiantoecl   woilc.  i<5«-_ MOVING'in Vancwvei   aiea"
srmable loles   B8fi-3a75 \  i have-many new homes Jo
SWa-tln^ choose horn  horn $19,900  up.'
    ^Takp  advantdyc  ot  put   non-
REAC ESTATE   * praUl Ua.de.pdan, For \ldjtm-
-^===^========.-.-=!;--~. ..-.,-.;..:■>.;  .—«—$licJL-ejdJ^rlecT'tlarealad  \\W-
.EKQEliLENT   commercial   fat    247fl.   Gulf^e^V~Xtcl.,   fill-
-r. centre -g^helt—"highway-  ittili, i)403 f3cott. Road, Pelt.a,
mm |u>-^03T between HoboiUs Cieek
ilt-yTH-,      and.  gerh'eU'  op    pec ,"'43,
lady's   Time*   wi'hd   watch
PhrV iicfi-qiui 57ds-fi
WOULD the pe|*op who tQedc
the two vingb liom LuUingV
house please retmn to HoV7-V,
'Sechell 5740-11'
PETS
T
—/
SILVER male poodle,/(i mths.,
12 inches high. $»m mnpeu-
...lated. PhAaBB-flrp?/-    ST30-7
-- yqur; sunshjni ,;£$A.sf• specialists —■
&m Into our new sata^m enlist now-
•;■'Vf/-;■    , ..^'HONE^LEeT:^'-', ■    '.    ■■ ~
■  %. B. <3qocI' — 6ft-^t <?r (587-4441,  "''- •
•'Mr..' <3'- Kriowles '™ 29.}4iS('.|W.-. i^Q-0541 evenings
location, leve| a\id cleaved..: A11    ft,Q[
service^   available.   Bjqk   lioi-
PeViipsitia. Times.     -  "V1104rtfn
574[1-J
MUSIC
w>
•'• fxtrg lines (4 words) , .20c
(This rate does- nqf apply tp
commercial Ad^Briefs)
^BalPNurnbers -T^nr-- 10c extra
50c 0bpk-keeping. £hcjrge is added
,i    '.'      for Ad-Briefs pot paid by
: .  publication date.
Legal, or Reader  advertising   35
*■ '.':'■ per cannr line.
4 Subscription Rates-s- "■
By  Moil:
Local Area -*-, -^$600 V-
Oulside Local Area    $7,00 yr
U.S.A.   ——- $9.<?Q yr.
Overseas  ...„.-,.. $10.00  yr.
•llll,
i.;_,.rt,—a=A^^W7_T_rt_^p-   40 . 40rjEcj   crimer\ Qardw
GOOBER  —  Frapk- HflWJivd,^     Ray   Road ^nd  HU?y.   Also
passed-away, pecember 23vcU others.   Jack <Noble /fta^a7Ql.
at hjs. home in Roberts Creek,    Rf)ChftsUr   Realty, • '838-7988'.
-     Sa^'tfn
■3** SEMI Watei-'fi-qnl Ipts on
Gibsons Day. WiiU trade for
outlyipg acreage,, to value
$12,0(1(1. Write Box 574a c-o
P.p. Box 310,tSechelt, B".C.
,,*S746-7
waterIrONit logx^op^fopt
lot, Go'w'er Point. Eas^y access to beach,. Write. Box-57liG
-co PO Box 3AQ, Sechelt, B.C.
87-88-8
BLOCK: BROS.
Phone  Mr. °Qa'pd. 283-4993
collect; -or .7.36^5033
^or fast service on  all  pvop-^
'.   erties"and businesses.'
PIANQS -^ Ttufed, repaired ft
,   reHpisljed- f~ professionally.
Ph/Ba^pfijip/,/ / ;&%(j-ufu
 5—,—y ..;■..■-'■'■'+.' A * • •
wanted^'tp -Iuy ' U -"
wi
BtQ^K BROS.
Special Cititefis,
Local  Area
$3.50
Canada -__:   ?4.00
By Carrier ._ .:— 604 mo.
rCppvcight. .ond/qr.'pmperty, rights,
• subsists in al| disausy advertising.
and other raateriaf appearing in
this edition of the Sechell Pertin-
snla Times l-ld. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in
any form whatsoever, particularly
by a photographic or offset process
in a publication, must be obtained
in writing from the publisher. Any
unaulhorized reproduction will-.be
subject to recourse in law.
• Sechelt. Peninsula Times Ltd.
rttNS=E¥ENT5
gra-nddaughteY ilieresa. .llis
Mother Mrs..*'-Llllia.p Godher
off.' Vancouver; brother Cid
Godber of. Vancouve^-and :^P5-
ler Mrs.' Una Baker of Vancouver. Mr. ..Godber served
.with the Royuj .Canadian
•Wavy in World War Two for
5 years-as a Chief Petty "Of-*
ficer motor mechanic on Fair-
miljes and Mine Sweepers on
the Atlantic Coast. For. the
past ' 14 : years he 'owned ' a
small goat yard in Roberts
'Creek.' He was a member of
Roberts Creek Legion and a
member or the-Masonic LTidl
at Robejafs. Creek. Memorial
Service was held December
28-at 2 p.m. frora St. Barth-(
olomew's Church in Gibsons,
Rev." p. Morgan officiated.
'Cremation, In lieu of flowers
donations to St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. Directors, the
Memorial Society of B.C? and
Fjrst  Memorial 'Services Ltd.
5743-()
48i2-tfh
CHARLES ENQLISH .LTD'.
Real Estate & Insurance
SUNNYCREST: "SHOPPING
-e-E#T-RE
Gibsons, B.C. •'
Look ahead! Buy where the
prices are within easy .reach.
Only'seven' lots left in life
Langdale sltbdlvisjion, all ser-
"vices at ^hand. Some view.
Priced to clear at only $2,350
VP,  try $5Q0 down.
H- B. GORDON
& KENNETT'LTp:
.P.O. .BOX  123.
\Siecriel^ B.C.
Phone 885-2013.     •
Real Esta.te_and Insurance
,— Buyiiig_of_§elling -r
M You Don't Try Us .l^rsl
Try   (is   Last   /
/n7na-tfn
WATERMUQMfT   qj-o view    lot-
or   house-' wanted   to   pur-,
■i'hase ih the Lapgdale. lo.Se-
/helt irea. Phone • 884-5231, lo-
;'.cal pifi Monday, lo Friday.
• / .-■-. S7li3-(»
TV    ANTENNA    with    rotor,
•■   Phone »B6-0(v!)fi. 5764-6*
v FOR SALE
-. " >  •
THE TIMES ♦ Bookstore, Ser
chelt has a goqdyselection of
ICanadiana. Reference & hobby bt&ks. Also classic pager-
backs. Grivt. books .include
Birds of Canada, $12.50. Gaz-
I
I
i
VILLAGE OF GIBSONS
r^
:i
ON CURRENT TAK PAYMENTS
made between January 1st and Nay 45!fc 1971
Interest ar the rate of 6% per qnnum, will be credH&d to any
prepayment- deposit an current (1971) taxqs made between Jqnuary
1st to May 15th, 1971. InteresJ wi|| be. ^gkulated from the date,-of
payment to June 30, 1971. Suclh deposits in any amount up to the total
of the 1970 taxes will be accepted:
Any further information required inay be obtained from the
Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543.. '■.,.-,...
FOB RENT
HH5-9654.
RAtL for renV  Wilson 'Creek
Community    Hall.     Contact
Mrs    "Diane    Anderson,    885-
2385. •, .        5455-tfn
December 23,  1970
CARD OF THANKS
Jack White
Ken   Crosby
Jay Visser
*f:
886-2935
886-2098
.885-2300
57.57-ti
TWILIGHT THEATRE
■ Gibsons    •  •■.   '
Wed.,  Thurs..   Fri    Jan.   6.   7,
8  at   8  p.m.   PLUS  Sat." Mat.
,   at  2 p.hi.
"The Cockeyed Cowboys of
Calico County''
Starring    Dan  ""Blocker    and
Nanette   Ifabfay   in   Color
Sat.; Sun., Mbn,.-Jan, a, 10, 11
at  8' p.m.
.   "The Maonshine War"
Starring     Patrick    McQoohan
apd   Richard  Wiclmark
In C<ilor ^
Tijes.,   W.ed.,  Whiirs.,  Jahf" 12,
13, 14 at 8 p.iii. '
Whotever Hqpperted To
Aunt Alice
4)700-6'
ANNOUNCEMENT
WGBDS    cann^??^equat>l^^j;ii;'|
' acess-oun-bpartfelt apnrfe^|rv<
cialion to all those'fine people !
who   gave   of   their   time   and
efforts    while    searctVing , .for
our   daughter   when   she   wa>
missiirg.   To   all   who   phoiieri
expressing      concern      you!r^
thoughts'     were'    appreciated.'
Special  thanks  to the Gibsons
RCJVIP and the Roberts' Creek
Fire   Department.   Thank   ypw
one and- all.  -Ron and Lynn .
Bloriigr'en. ":       5761-15
pr
HOUSEKEEPING ' room    for
working gent. Clean,  warm,
private, entrance.- 'All    found.
i'Vir   rent   at   Sclnia   Park.   Ph.
-8Bn-'i)fi35. .    ' 5875-ffn
BIG Maple Motel and Trailer
'Warm, Clean, Spacious and
Qirie-t-^—Kit chun ;■• vt-geh-ic-^heatf=
IF IT'S suits —  it's Morgans.
885-9330, Sechelt, B.C:
,.:       -     8893-tfti
PA.PPR   back  editions  of  The
Forsythe      Chronicles.      by
John   Galsworthy,   $'3.10.   Also
Chileotin l-fojiday by  Paul St.
Pierre,    $5.95.    This    is    B.C.,-
$1.0(1 All rtiake ideal books
-for , x.mas   gifts. ..'Available"   al
The Times ^Bookstre, Secliell.
•885-9654. 5564-a
David Johnston
-    A^unicipal Clerk
SECLUDED;
WELL ELEVATELV—'
VIEW PROPERTY
*.ane* - access,' year    round
^creek, clear title.
Liable vision. Daily rates from
$A. Weekly from $3n. One'
mobile Inmie space \uiant
February lsi^$45. Plume 885-
9513 , 5716-lfn
NEW    two   /bedroom    water-
.  froiil  executive'home al ,lto- :
I eils  OieiSsk.  $185   monlb.   HM-
7101). 5755-li
■J^fl-^leck*e-'lti-x-3ttp^Ht«~phBne^
. 885-9474.
4769-tfn
Box 310, Sechelt, BC
. " . ■• 5587-tfn
\STGRE, Seiliel  Village across
l'ruiil_uhariHUi y    'Jimd   tew
or lease   Plr. «lin -2330
iSIvtfn
•THANKS .ever so much to tire
W.A. (St. Hilda's), „A& th<£
Legion Ladies and F.lorn^
Clayton for their Christmas
presents; also to the, anonymous donor of" the anything . .,,„ .,.,.,....
but anonymous' turkey CGol- PENfiER HARTlpyB: Over 3 ,1y.v'*J.,:"Beimettir 25,5-BBtffi t»
)alh   illi--lbs.).   Wif"   a«d   se|jf--\«o;. ivllh/approx.   IfiQ"  on   lag:  . 88fi-940(j. 57fj9-6
have   wondered   about" Sajita*  oon.    Several    nice     building     —*-     -—^ -■
WATERFRONT.3 room .U-puse.
WEST Seihelu cosy 2 V-^d;
room cottage,'' oil, stove and
furnace^   Available  im«ncdianle-
;*i-*t"" """""
Clans!  Now  we know^
—Mr.  and ' Mrs. John Biowtj:
Several    nice
sites. "Some  terms  on  $11,500^
ing.
5745-fl
PERSONAL
■/
T              .        ,               ,,    ,        ' ^Jiai'tiy   „■ furnished.   ./I'refer
Large  view  lol,  excel en I ac- ^id|a     «d hr ..e^ed/ciiple.
cess  lo. water   serviced   $1 50) pj    m.^         -   7   575„.(i
down  on  full   price ot  $4,200 __., „  / j	
SMALL   logging 'eqquipmehi,
^everything    needed    including JO' Sangstercraft boat.■■Ph.
,Ai86jtf872, after 8  p.m.      57U.-5,
fc'LECTI f I ('  lieu lei.  U nil'e "sh-a r-,f»"
p v h c r,    .pressii're..    cooker.
mantle    radio.    (.IK   television,
-/Coleman    hanging    lamp   and
' lantewi.  iieU' h«a=\y  duty  rub- ,
lier     imdustrial.   'gloves,     golr
..-boos.'    Harris     tweed'   spoils
i.uat -12 ".Norwegian ski swea-
um   44",' rmfsic   siund   and   lii-
p()d    and   music,    |50().p books,
.-.ome iare and u'ntisoai, colored  prints,.-piclure f ripfitis.,..!!}):,
yai   typewriter,'nnliquc   Vwj-al-
er, oiik ami brass coat hangar
apd - shelf,,     light    .oak ^ find,
.spring.and 'iiiattiqss,* 2   vanities—one Ihrtm folding miririrs,
.ope'large circular minor plate
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PhonarflB6 2800 Arotind Gibsons  i ���������  a week as guest of Pierre 'Berdahl.,,  Mr) and  Mrs.  Russell  Cramer spent  Chii&tmas in Vancouver with, their 50ns,.  k��, xiin.i��H >!.��.������ -       Mrs. Ida Ir-ewthcr visited .Ted and Mary  by Marion ^narmon   ^jj-p^t^pr e^fj Children al'.Qi^uitl'a?h' GlMFiniS'  Elsie Earles wWW thfi festive'-season. .r*J*~    "���" '���  David Gharthah frprri. West view vMited  his,: brother-in-law  apn'd  sister;  M'N   and  Mrs.  Wiljp Wiren for a .couple of days  "si the ertd of Pecerhber.. ^  Mrs.  6,;rBegg  was ���; "guest of her. son  at Ooqnitija^n over Christmas-'  ','     .  . Mrsr^iirdo "Stewart \dsiled her* daughters at Grjguillanv foMhe4 YuleM  Christmas wedding  . GUESTS of  Mrs.  ,  brother and sisteiSin-law, Mr. and Mrs.  .   PhU   McLeod  from* West Pakistan  whp  ITavefl.fed.to this country-.by jet plane. Mrs.  Earles'-''brother,' whom she had not seen  fgHI 3 years,. has been  serving: with- the  W?iacban Higl^Gomrhission in West Pa-  V Uisiaii. Following their visit here, the Mc-  . Lends went'on"to Ottawa. Also guests at  the Earles home were;Mr.'and Mrs. James  ��� Gould" from New" Westminstur,  Mr.  ahd;TvIi;s.   BilMDavis  held  open-  "':"."litiUSe"' at"IlieTr^iomjj, on Triijdilin Tio'ad,"  Christ mas... Eve. '   ���    "������',.-._  Kooky and Sbardii Kelley from' Van-  .couvpr-wefe guests of-the Jailer's parents  lor the holiday.   ���  Ponny-Lea Davis is reported doing well  > at  llahel College in'London, England.  ,     - ^Mi'^JiiicCMrs. Jim Stewart viiiited Mr. ���'  a'lid'JMis.' BariyttSiewai't   and   family   in;  '^Vancouver fdr 4.days!        '"/  f  Guest al the luinm of Beit artel Daphne,   Harding ''Is "'"{Mb -lat-ter's sister,  Mrs. Joan  ..H.oss I'lAii.ir N'orth  Vancouver. '    -  . Visiting   Mr.- and   Mrs.   Paul   Harding,  for  the  holidays   were   Mr.. David   Gold-  worHiy  and  Miss  G.  O'Brien  from   Van-  ���   eouver. '  Here to ��� spend Christmas with her  parents Mr. and Mrs-��� Ny.gren Sr., was,  Mrs.'IiistTief Wendell from Central Butle,  Saskatchewan.������..��� '   ���  Pete.and ..Vi  Duiuoueeau   from  Surrey  Were  at   the  home   of   Mr.  and   M-rs.   Alf  Cipr'ke   lor   'Christmas.,  Cliff   and    J^arb  Clarke and family from Vancouver came  ,   to- his   parents , .for- Boxing > Day.    j  ='"LeiHiie   Bruce- from   Vancouver,  spent  The Peninsula Times ^ Page, 3  Wednesday, January 6,6.1971"  - I  ppinsettia,s.' iyTi\ Victor Embeds proppsed  ��� the'.feast to (he pfjde." Mr* and-Mfs. Fra^k  . Campbell of Madeira ParV were caieFed;.  mK^XSmpuSfczzs  l^kolotyrapker,  CHIII^TM^S   deco'r��M6ns   of -holly, grid,  poinsetfiaS'-made a :\yqri^ ar^d.V|oyous.  setting/.ferTiTveuy lovely wedejirig held on  Wednesday', .ft'epembev ,23id. 1970 in St.  Awatch-nighlpiTayer'serviciTwas held V^ildiV'*   Anglian- Ohurph,'. Seche.lt,   B.0.   .rosebud streamers.  Her; shoulder length  veil-of  held lo.,plage, by'a rosebuc  she carried a presewatifiri, bouquet barest.  roses and,'- white carnations v/it-h. trailing"  was.  and  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undu'nominatiorjal)-  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service,��� 11:15 a.m.  ,   Evening Sorvico 7:30 p.m.  . pastor" rev. s. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutui  (2 blocks up from Highway)  \  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  .Si^InllJllkiJiur^d-CruiJchL.-Ravi*-Bay���_  Sunday Services -*9;30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  . ���   Sunday Services - 2;30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services' -'7:30 pm.  (2nd and 4th Sunday:,)  Ministry ,  j.  Jim vyilliarnson ��� Gib.sons.'- 886-2333  Ro  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES . -  St.  Hilda's, Sechelt. Family Eucharist  9.30  a.m. (2nd. and 4*h Sunday): J-)o|y Eucharj^t  every Sunday at $ g.rp,fi ?:3u ci.m. (1 i��t and  3rd). Every. Thursday or".10 a,rn, Evensong  al 7:30 p.m-. (2nd and 4lh Sunday).,  St.  Mary's,  Garden   Boy.   Holy-Eucharist���'  11:30 a.m. (Island 3rd ljunday).   ���  Egmont<�� Holy   Eocliaribl���2   pm.   lit   and  3rd Sunday).       ���'  , Church  pt  His  Presence���Rcdroofls:   Even  1.O0Q-   3    pm,    evor    2nd    Sunday.    Holy  Eucharist-' 3   p ni,   every '4lh  Sunday.  PriestT-r-Rev. D Ropplc, Sechelt. 885=9793,  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Meimniil and TmiJ,  Sechell  Sunday Sfdinol 10 00 a m  ' Morning VY'X^lt'l '��� I '"I': I'va.m."������ '  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  fJqrk  R<i, .Gihsnns-  -'Sunday School 9:45.am.  I,vening V^orihip /^00 p.m.  Pasrdr, Robert 'Allaby  (B86-2932)  WARM WI-LCOMI;. AWAITS  ���& '    YOU.  A  at the hoiiie of.Rev, and Mrs. Brian With  .   'Vuletide visitors: jit tbe^riie of Ellrtfier,  and--An'ne-'--'M��Da-nhalcji'''';'\v'er'e".. Terry   and  Janet' Ulckersun    and    daugjUers   from  Powell  River.        '-,-'���'��   '���",'.-���" '-.'.'���  %. A'dinner'party at the' home pf Jim  and Nanette Eldred*.'ert^'Christmas Bve  "was in honor at (uV 30th Wedding ,^r)ni-  versary of Norm iiqd. Evelyn Berdahl.  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Wiljo  Wiren  observed'  their ,3titlr  weckiing 'anniversary, on  Pe-  combcr 2.6th.'  Frank and Jean Wyngaert celebrated  the '34lh."anniversary of their weddip^ on  Deceniher 25th." ���  George Tayioj' was at Port Moody for  Cjirislmas'. ' . -  Howard and Glfy-pl Boyce and' sons  were pre-hpliday visitors "to friends in  New Westminster for a few days...  Ernie Beudreau from Cloverdales visited relatives here al New Ypar. t '.. :  ,, Mrs. J. h. Myers spent ChristmalS wiUi  her sisler,'Mrs. Logan'in North, Vancouver.  On Friday eveniagi'Mrs.^Myers entertain^  ed at a dinner party-held, in her home  al   Headlands.   '     - ''.-���'        4.  Gill and Cathy YoehLowitz and 2, sons  froin   Williams'Lake   motored   down   to  s|jend  3  days  at the borne of Fred  and  "MarybeirBolland. ,   .   -   /  Freeman aru^ Virginia Reynolds and  family sprint Christmas with Mrs.-Reynolds' mother' in Surrey. .  Moc  and.Inge  Nissen and son  Mark  from  Vancouver were out to their eoup-  Iry   home  al  'Roberts * Creek   during "the  holidays.  Their  guest  was  Paul Jajdtson.  from the eily.  Over  from   I heir  home  in   Courtenay  to visit relatives here were Eugejie BJom-  gmn with ins wife Hannah' and sons Michael  and  Lance.  M.r.  Blomgren   teaches  .school  at  Cumberland. ������ -.  Brian Drader has left to attend "Bier-  crest" at Caronpprt, Sask. Retuinipg there  ==4rfteE=#?p#mttftg���-fire���hTrlid-irytrHT  Stephen Rigby, Lloyd Sherman and Brian  Cooper. .  ...   ���   . *  -' ���  BIRTHS -       ' ^  At.   St.   Mary's   Hospital,   Sechelt,   on  Uecember   3lst;   1970   born   to  Mrs.   Ann  .Weal and the late George Weal, a baby  daughter  li  pounds   5   ozs,   Denisc   Rose,  a sister  for  Frances.      '  PARTIES  .About 25 were present when the Sunshine' Tops enjoyed their annual Christmas Party al the 'Health Centre. There  was ah exchange of gifts aptl a group of  singers entertained with tmristrnas Carols.  About 50 people including parents with  . their families participaled-in a progressive  Christian party on New Year's Eve. They  met. at t)ie (ippie of Mr- iuicj. Mj's, E, Sherman for a pleasurable lime bf-iTiviSic!: and  'singing. Mr. Sherman who had recently  returned from a' trip to Japan was able  to provide variety by having folks here  share in. some .'Japanese games. Going  on lo Ihe liilnfc of Mr. and Mrs'. L.-Wol-  ��� vorlou, Ihe happy crewd had various eii-  ��� lertaining games after w|'iic|i lbs group  adjourned lo Ihe homo of Mr. end Mrs.'  P   Madison   where  Ted   Peters   was   Ihe  ���devol lona I ���speaker:���A-H inicr^rTr"fel |ow-~  Kbip.ii.tid   blessing ,w��s enjoyedi^ There  'wi:ri,' dclii.'ioti.s-biiflcl refreseliii'ieiilsf ~j  ^�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������j��whmIi��b��b��iij  when.Dailene  Plane Susan  pubois -be  came- the bride''of John Stephen Nelsen.  ' The bride 4s th'e^rjjnjy daIigbter.;P^  Mr. JE��1^ Mrs. Leonard'^-.P-dbeis df Klien-  dale and tee gropm is;'tHe'eldest sen of  ���Mi", (md Mrs. "Htirry Neisen^of Irvine's  ���Landing, KC,' ���-..      ���,.: ..'.;' :,  8    Reverend-Dennis Popple officiated, at  "the double - ring  cercinorry '"\jrfiiel'i   took  place in-the ..afternoon "at 3- p'elpek..  Given in-'raarinage by ,her father, tlve  bride was radiantly lovely in her floor  length, empire'.waisied "gown of white  satin with, a bow...at the front and back  and  traiir  of  scalloped   lace  over  satin.  Bridal attendants, were Miss "Carol",  Nelsen and Miss Ruby Anderson; brides-ir  maids, and Mrs.'Sally Dubois, matron of ,  honor, gawped alike in floor length em*  pile waisted red velvet drosscs^with liead-  pieces of red tulle featuring;'rcq Velvet  bows. T'.1ey 'carried*' yvhite nitiffs' ��� with  'pojusettias attached. ������ . a  Attending the groonr as best mad the  bride's brother, Mr. Victor Dubois'. Ush-"  ���ers   were'Mi.   Craig'McQuitty; and  Mr.  Rfibert^Nelsen, brother of the groom:,  Reception' followed' in  Madeira .'park  Community Hall-��wh,ich was decorated ,in-  Christmas  themc^wilJi cedar-Roughs and;  >'   For   die happy" occasion,  the   brld.e'sv  inolher "criBse a blue end green bpnHed  ��� jersey dresst entwined^pllh SiTvef '^^8^1  wi#i w'h.ite.'carnation apd*4i'oUy corsege.    '  ������:-'.vT^fi.(;^tlieiK-;'vipf  the  groord' "chose   a ���I  gowri dl blue ^r-iftp wttti>3j|.Cg,!.and-'white  'earrmtitiri 'a't}d;-'-hp;i''iy.''c6f^'|[eV''   .' ;    ;  -Foc-.trave'llirig the bridei woi^S.; a rflyfjl  blue coat dress of bondee].onion featuring .  ^yhile pleats and. white' collar and a pink  end. silver corsage. ...        ���   ������  Out of town guests included Mr. and  Mrs.- Baldd Silva, .Mr. Jnd ,Mrs.. Jolin  Riesca,'Mrs. Lillian Wright, Ken Wright<  and ffanee Sharon, Miss Loretta Silva,'  Mr. and: Mrs. Ben Silva 'from North VW'  cQuye'r; Mr. an^ Mi'5-. Arnold' Tjorhom,  Lanteville, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mc-  .eormick,. Nanaimo; Mr.'TSvd' Mrs. Jack  "������Phillips-, Mr. end Mrs. E a r T V/allace,  'daughter Gail and sen Glen from Bur-  naby^'> ,;' .  Mr. and Mrs. John Nelsen will reside  on Francis Peninsula.  1-H                                                                        f                         ,                                          ��  /'      -  -���  ���  ;��          "\\     ^/'  ;- i "f "  I            x      <?                                r  1  ���  *   ** *    i :��  H                             t^ ,  '        /'  A    ^  ' c A "  d  . d  S,  APPLIANCE REPAIR  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  RerJairs/to lorgg_or small 'a\  ��� *'      JOHN PUNYAN  TJavis Bay Phone 885-9318'  ART SUPPLIES  ' TolcphoDo 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pott^rV, Suppllesr'cJasses & hribfl  dealer for puncan^s Ceramic products  Pine R4- & Grand view Ave-  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BLASTING ^  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  -  -LTD.  TFill, Cement-Gravel, Dyain Rock, etc..  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274 ^  rnruLLku blasting"  ALL" WORK  INSURED  FREE ESTIMAIti  f RED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  .*'For'Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  R.R.  I, SecheltT^C.  BUILDERS       , ^^  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco &' Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH .._.  "'     '   Phone 886-9505  Box 52i - Gibsons, B.C.  HAIRDRESSER  ANN'S COIFFURES  JLJit^H SAVANSQM^LTJ^  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gwvel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  ��� OFFICE IN BE.NNER BLOCK '  885-9666,  Box   172, Sechelt,  B.C.  G.. GROWTH ER  For All Types 6f C(afpentry Work  call 883.2746  R.R.   }, Madeira>arl<, -B.C.  -NSw  Free, Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRY WALL  Diywall acouiitjgantil loxlprccl ccillnpii.  Sechell  Jewellers  '   .   /���! It l)\  Jowellry  Watch &  r..    .A.     .  ..Jd-. .-A...  ���    ���  / ' M M  Phone  .885-2421  crvrnoTjiKon^.drca-a'ndrlho Peninsula.  ^liono 884-5315  Box 166, Porr Mc|lop, B.C.  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  -n E^rJERT FINISHING ~ '  Altc'railonh - Addiiiuni - Kitchon and  UQlprfaarp!; a .bpcciuliy  KAY, CRAWSIIAW  RR 14 Spchcltr||.C. - Phono 885-2198  PENINSUtA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All Kinds of, Concrete WorKf.  Alhart Ronnborg 886-2996  .*;,lk<u6pW%ff{*i\fiW*^  JwCUWm��Ww  fm<\  SECB1ELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� Ihli. ITi.'O iiiriilndui nl rwrnln^ ��voiili( In i< i.<iivl<o ol bM-l Ifcl. I' AGfcNClfci?  I.TO, I'hoim riiqiriMiln '(inu��villrur| fur I run HVllrn/i, hpcclfylni) "Polo  |'Ii:ii:,i; noin Hiul i.|)ii(u In liinlli.'il ond M'uhi odvniic.u dulos inoy  liavn \<t yviill .llniir Iwin; olt.o llial llilk It, n "itmlndcrV llkllrip only C'P'I  (oniiol iiIwiivn i.uiiy lull duliiilb,' . 1  ,   ���   .       ,����������� '���   ������' y  building Maintenance _  JOHNSON'S  HMI��.PIN^ /v)AlH.ltNANCE  , 3|ivc.'i(iluiti(i in; ' ���  I'u|jui I Iniiyiiifj, iiimrior & thicnur (IucoidIihu,  |<iil|'UijMi)lrii'|,,AI| lypiAdl |iiil|d|ii[j  Moi'nlQnnijco, floor liwiglkillfW '      **  '   .,"   Wiildf'W CjflQlllllf,!,  PHONE 885.97 Ifi AFTER 4 *M'  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building," Road Work  Can ';��*"  OSBORNE LOGGING CO, LTD.  Box 189, 5echelt, B.Q.  Phone  8��5-9767   "  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - pilj -. Top Soij ;  i in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons .      886-2322  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  ^Telephone 885-9606  Box  164, Sechelt, B.C.  RESTAURANTS  '  EARLS GOVE RESTAURANT  rtre-|a5VLFe��'��Ti  &  TILLICUM HEATING &,SHirr  ..... sum  .��.������... ..UjaddT ^-Bdc.rUaoq:��� Truc^- *'    ���-  Pho'nP jBS3-2|40  di^-_ : _v ^l_ . _____  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRAC^NG  C|carino - Excavations - Road Bwildlna  Gradino - rillj-_ Road Gravol - Crnshod Rock  Phone; Sochclt 885-9550  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTqv  RiBildonllal - Industrial and';Mqrin6 Wlrlnfj  h.     .,.,. ��� E|.i;o|r|c; Moat rfilno^ork. ,  Phono 886-7244  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates   "  Phono 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  ~       ~~^        METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phohe 885-9494 ,  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning   REASONABLE RATES  KEN C. STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  r  Home Cooked Canadian and  European* Dishes  '      JOE AND MARY FRASER  DETAIL STORES   '    ."- ',  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.      ^  APPLIANCES - tHARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ==4IOWE-i50UWD^#(M5<^5TORE���  1589  Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School  Supplies .  ���  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's- Children's Wear.  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens"  MACHINE SHOE*  Ar tho Sign ot tho Charrao  , HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Aery Weld/ng  Sfce'l Fabricating ��� MprlriO W,ays  Automotive and Marine Repairs   ...  Standard Marine Station^  1>|roT|fO-886.77ai--^b^r886-V9��,78!86-932l  CARINAS  T  Dial 885-9331  - Sechell, B.C.  THE5d6GERYv',;,ia,^  Ladies' ch<f Children's Weir-  Open six days a week .  , Phone 88t>-^06|  CQV/rie Street. Sechelt  Bprninq & Ornega  Sales, Parts, Service.  UNS^INE  EWING  ��RVICE  fREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  ���RfipArWVAr^-SfeRViek^fN^  Mrs. Mono  Havica - 805-9740  FUEL  ANADIAN  P  ROPANE  READY-MIK CONGRETp'ANb  ,       BUILDING SUPPLIES    :  Youi Onu Slop Uuildii-ifi Sio'i1.^ )   |  Itii All Yiiiii; |Jiir)diii||;Nui)di.  GIBSONS WUILPING SULLIES LTD,  _,.J^M,J��9Yl��W,^,:!!l:ipniti^l64642C��..,  BUV DIRECT FRO^y Mll^  .1.0 IX>yVN, ItHMS AVAII^I*l,:ii,  fin rill nlun: MliillMifniid Ploi^l*, 'bli,|)��ii|.l(��(��il  Liimhur   njid ��� flywwnli   Wo   i|��l|vdr> 'on   tl>��  SilllfillllVi OhiM,     '.'"  ;     '"       '  f.lmtU Out I'ljut^ Bulyiu Muylnn,  TRANS, PACIFIC! MILLS LTD.  i4��y Mll'.lirill Kocid, KiUimoiid.'I'H,,..........  Phnno 3JI.23B8  TWIN CRFFK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  adw) an6r200fi"  , WIi\SiiV<<m Niiud l')ulldlii|< bi��'|j|iliU  M^'ik' . "-  bciviiifi iiio��Sim.ilil'r)o Cnciui wiiili rnllnliln dnd  er;onoiMl.r.��il CuuKlni), (|��(i|liui and I'lol Wnlur,  ,'|-RI:t,l:STIMA'|tb  , Phono 885 2360   ,  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WlDMAN  for all /our  ,SSO PRODUCT^  IMPI-R'IAI-i'ESSO DEALER  .   '' Phono 803-266,3 ;, v^.,^.,.  >���--" ��� Mad oira��P�� rk (���������; B�� C r~������-'-  For Your Fitd Snpplloi'  '    TJAMNY' WMH-l.fcK  ���������'-' '.���.:..���: ^"',iv,r^.^.,..,,r���; :.,.:   IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  086-9663 r Hopklrii Landing  rURNAG^S  ���;\  m  QWmimm\t&  x  ^OCEANSIOE FURNITURE &  1     .CABINET SHOP   ',     ,'  rtont^n^ 'rrnniny 'tux fn l"iuT|*n'nfuir  l-iiifiltur'i l'i-|)iiirs '  , l.i(M'|i[W I^'Hijih.'iI KH'Imii'1 find Uulliiwiin  ' ..JllJj'i ''Jll ull pill." IQIHilih, (j    " ^   "  ",..    ���'. ^(i<;ijiid<M-i    . ���' , ;-"',vi,,/.  Ilcath Av��., Roborli CtavU, P.C,  1,   PI��orioflflA'866|   '�����������  PARKINSONS HEATING LTD.  ,   r; GI850HS  '"'     ISSO'OII, HIHMACIS   *"   '  llu,dtwn i/fjyriH'fil    I'onJ* Irii^ro-l  "k-il yinirf. In i��(i)c  ) IllHJ 1/'  A      ''<MI)|)|'l|l  for Ifoo uitlirjale.  U|l|l||l|||(|jk     (   '  Co|l 8B6*ilt9  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  or ESSO MARINE *  " Gas - Ploscl F<ppa|.r& -,,Wcklinu  Evlnrudo SqIqs - OMC Porn.. & boiyice.   .,v.m  .  ' r    ���" BopI Hanllfjo       '"    .       " ."  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd.  qioalors for;  tyTnr.udo O.M.C..- K&C ThunnoaJa^ -.Snnliner  ,S(}iiiif) I3uk ond plonour,  'Ah,o ('luml)lnn Hilllnns irid plxturc^.  Pender Harbour - Phono 883-2266  ;''..  .. ' ,���   ,  NURSERY  MAQIC'S NURSERY  . Roberts Creek  ' SLJNSHINi COAST HIGHWAY      ''   ,  |..QinlNC(j|)inn - Shrulw - Pinlt Trem. - Forlll^cr  Uoriy Pluiilf- ��� Uuildltw Hlunli. - Pudl Mow.  ',.',   Fully LlLuiiiud Cckllcldu Spioylnfj lor  ,   ';;������    " |.fiildi.Mi|j|nf) Olid 'iftwti  ,  Phono 886-2684  SURVEYORS  ���\<  1:  OPTOiVIETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER.  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibson*  ''H'; ui t   J:vory;.Wcldnos<lavw;^  ^"i;'v,'���,"    *'' -886-2248    ,      '  L^.y!lfl?iN!9:^���__. .:   ' SEASIDE PLUMBING s ,'.  Gibioni  I'Ii/ihIjIIKI . f'lbuflllllHJ - SlDUIIlllllllli)  ... ,,. I |nl Y/tfli>r | Imdlnu ���! I'lpo I ��iiijIih|   ,.  , '  ihm; ibiiMAii!,  Phone 886-7017 or 886 2848  .RE^OIJTS  a*.  V��'i  M  UlJ'dNl,SS,UlHLClDltY  -      *, i  *' TOr-RCAnU'T.V  ^,t    '���  ��� vkh*oo iiiopn ,.��',:i'.  ���' ���' '*:,���     '"-,..   - :;     *���'' 'i "��� ,'  'jVltvTiMlS, HB5'96M ':!.. ���  ���   .     '     '. 'V ���si,1���     ���> "*���' -  > K<��,.      ',      ,-|     ���  . .    ;.  #      .  I . .     "  f i i,��  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  ��� ,.    All f.'lili.lili, r,i|liln\, UmiJ lurilnln,  I iiiiii(|i||VrNHi)iri|>,     '  ..���., (��A(iii��Miy OhIIjiiuhI Ij<ilijt�� uiid ��>iiiyn.u.'.-.J���  MmIIto Wdyi., |<��poln,.  883-2248 - Madeira Pork, B.C.  -. t )' '>*   II H'hty   !��| M ?�� ��l!J "It*     --���������'���-  |.<>iir||  iiiiuily   10,000  |)i'i)|��lh  ROY-6V WAGENAAR  ^   B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine.Jyiidjjrjg^^prpQ^e 3ay  SethiM, fctiC.  885-2332 or Zfcnith 6430  TAXI^  HARBOUR TAXI LTp.  Harbour Motors ' _ '  Shell "Xaqs' and Oil anfl Repairs.  24 Hour' Taxi ond Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay RcJ.j Render Harbour B.C.  Teli 883-2414  TIRES  ������;,-;:.,..  COASTAL TIRES  Siimlilno Cuo��l H'glmay  Dox 13, GlMuni, H.C. - flionu 88^2700  SAI.kS ANP.SIiKVjCE  '���.,',  All Hiondtt Avuilaplu   '        .  '  Mundoy In SuiHidoy 8:30 n.rn, lo,6i30 p;m���  hlciay Qvritilnr] liyoppelnimuhl onl/i'���'  TOWING  s  Scowi ������ Lofl��  SECHELT TOWING 6Y SALVAGE  LTD,  l.l����vy,ttJiilf)iiiont.M��v|nH 8, lajy Tuwlnw-  f... I'llGGS  ��� i  TMl:  IMPS - RJioijo 885-9654  ^TRANSFER :._._������.^:_;._(JI_���  tBN WRAY'S TRANSFER  HuiuOhold Muvlnw. r'acKuii^ Sloiu^o .  ,., j,, ,{v,..f'(j(.l<iiitJ A^gi^noU r'ui.ii��|<�� ,i.:".  ,...k  t^vti\im ui Alllwd Vofi Idnfi*,   ,  ,""' ' Conmlu't'Ne. I 7/tovun.  Phono 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibtoni, B.C.  '..,  ,,,.   ..: ...  , .    ��'.'.   f%.. ., '' :   HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  ,      WARtHOUSfcS .',   ,'���'."",  Socholt 885-2118 - Gibsoni 886-2172  ;       OAII Y WfYlt't H��m 'YANM)UY|:R., '  ���'"*; *sfRW(wriit Drciifirrpl'i-iiNSilw:   ;  ��1'iitnlliiii) lo onywltnii |ii<"nnudo, "  Uunni'iil tieiijlit,  l.uw-t)u<J  and heavy   rio*llln0  U^HipLSTERY ^     ;  BELAIK CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  |(i,0|/Ik>|!|i ilnij . Pf!(yliiu| - (,<<miplt.lt} l)ni(��i;iy  .'. i   ' t>ory/fcV V S��iriipk'��. jdiowi) ltMli��> l��u��r��e  ''-.  'Phono 886-2050 after 6 p^mi t '  oi 886-2873 .  T.V  ��  m  n  ��^tm.*a,tm j fcidl*MWM n i*N �����m*.>^n^��^^i# afc, Aufcn |V<I�� A ��v  ,'���  wi^j^w.^|W^^^iy^^Y|^wN|''^*yfVVS'wyw*'.*l'w ws^rv^y v^H^*^^vyyig*w*M*^tw^i^iHji^^^'iwiM.'y ^ .^.Qf^^V1  ����  '*\  '      ��*  -    ��     J ' ?'��� " '*   p ���  mf '"W-m i;^M��V����ifWifVF>"'*''  ,.-����_��- ,.  : p  Grace McCafffiy   i_ : _>^  ��� . ����� of proyjneictk interest  hAStf xnm\\\ in British PftlumW* .vt��   |  r-     lyei-slUes, the student Vfltefl ffl��r ��"   ,  one |n favow. 61 til6 te|fili?ffUfin Qf nw��  ijuana. Their swvey will' be pp#?wt��l  to tire ^epaii> CprpmMon. ami lipjtefui  ly, their-vepprt will carry wltivjt tlie ��>-  -fQfTnatlQn tl^t this vote js ViBV#��eRtati\��-  of less tbun ao^ ortfrie student pepP"  tion, and in the lpyges* Vitlvfvsity, VP(i  ���it -represented' only jOfp fit' the student  popi)t,atipn-  Ir\ June qf this year, in the G\iy m\  Winnipeg, & report fwm Rr, ?V Cw��p-  helf 6f Idiflpfltorj .\yag  presented  tp  a-  - meeting Qf the Canadian ]psyphi3toC Association.   The  jenu]^   pt   fys.   tvffi-year  study of piarlHwna B����!^ .Blwwefl Jl*8,1,  therp is a merged increase in the electr��-  encepnalqpram    (EEJQ)    ghnormaities   of  those whq- have used, marijuana* m>4 in  .partienlar  \\)$h  who  Hgd   d��V��l9ped  a  -. psychotic    reaction    (abnormal)*   mental  behaviour) J)r, QflinpBafl QpseiVed af that  Urrie;   >'Thape -is   a  marijuana, psychosis  '"^arid it's long-lasting-"   '.' ". ��� '     ''.���-,  The  frequent ajgiiroent in "favour of  legalization of marijuana seenjs to fee -the'  .  opes thaVthis soft drug is he'move twn>  fvfl than alcohol. Every year, alcohol' is  responsible  for  50  per  cent of highway    [  murders, our mental .institutions- 8V# f\\b   j  e<l with people ^q haye'decoyed Hh&iv {\  brains with liquor, and: with others who  hpve   suffered   the   consequences   of   an  alcohol, ridden  family   life.  To 'augment    ''  j,  one social disease with another q^iy P��  compared to advocating drowning to suf- "\  focating as a. mofe attractive \yay to die    t  ���they both result in death.  ���r���*  1 f.  ^-^���**  ,��r-w  ifler*  7    Hm<*  4C*  *���"��  V  *  \h-  X ��s  ,J.< "I  A  Good entertainment ,  r  n  *  nsione  raws ttjlortt��  PESPJT13 ihe disuA\unglng fopt'thflt-^pl^r shaped in. the jcfy 'ol-.the old tuml s -be-  yei^   oMtuumbe.ed  the, audie,ac< ^    qjieat; which enabled ;ihen)  to^lvve Imp-  -^hinvtoi>o_Di ama- Oluh  menikex  themselves good lijnipeis w'hc  rented thiee ChuMmas plays i  the Monday befoi e Chi istnias,  Lack ot  suppoit finm Sechelt Vesid  lUdieiuie, "|Bf- quest'���which  puableU ."them'W  .'rW  m\i-:  ibei-s'"prWetl P'"y ever ivfic/. 4)^n playing their W^   ���  teii they pro- with.,ease vytM-e^'^ttrHSpH-^S-^^  s at Sechelt, Kins .and. .'ini pa>d as ftaivUi. Glaus-  epts .rn^de  the  piesentaUon  a  dress  re=  }  .**!  il  ���W      - -r- --..- -#-,  one ihat leaps he^viiy on civil liberty, ^Elpliinstone grade ntt?8 and i  the right to dioose onejs own way of hfe, ^ent& $i8 -zuidema, ^omponi  or one's own poison if .you like. 'Its my    tinez     ^ Wendy AUnut    - '  business^ it's tny thtng,'   this groufl dec- - " -*    .      j  laires. tet me take'you' into some'of pur  hospitals, and mentpi c^re. centres,  and  show you half-living examples .of,these  free thinkers, who, after doing thejlv own  thing with drugs, finally cometpA helpless, state in treir drugged stu6oi\ahdare  either buried-at the. expense pi thf government,  pr treated by  the  government.  through ' your   taxes.   This   very -quickly  becomes 'your business, y.DUS the laxpay- ���  ef, wlten the treatment 'you' are paying  ....for:.amountlJo^$35.()f):,tp; $5Q.fjT0 pgr./day^r  "We li^'ti, in. a''Prervtngg'itialrirds "tfe  Christmas Dress  tr-  LlTTLfi MATCH GIRL /       . f  ' Bringing k>. life Ihe old time Christ-   ,    mus* "favorUo,     The     Little -. Matehgirl, ..  heaiial   The JuJIowing  night's ���perform-  --Wayne- Campbell��� .was   nttrrator'.for������'the  anco  in   Gibsons  dicw  a   packed-house,   ��afl story ol' the little girl who died on "*  ape} well deseived applaqse for: tire play-    Christmas *Eve* in tlie..cold   snliw'after ..���_  ejs and  Elphmstone Senior  Bjjttd  under"  lighting" ��ll" tho liiudchus- to W.ard off thg.  the duectton of Mi   Meljvfh 'Campbell.       vi^\], 'lyiprctfully Jlio mal-ches did alljighl  s,    Young    People's    and the.play ran''irndbthly. with Jacque-   ���  ho   direction   of   Mr:    line Ing I is 'In. rugs and bare'feet ploying  ffAW ^*1V \ Sr        Duftwood    Playe,  Mi?'* \    K      * �� 1 Woiksihop���undei    tin _ ......  fWliU    *    *       *V,i'��  "v��-1 John Plunside pr'ebenled a.real old fash-    her   par-Kwilh   real   pathos. .Props   were  1/<if '    f^ ioiied" style melodianid With the audience ,  extremely good for the scenes ���\vhp*e all  >    <( hi&s'ing   (he   vdha'i   and'" applauding" the  , the- cliaracteiis ' Iv^id."singing ��� parts, which  hein  just  like Saltnday matinee "used to    takes a little jCouragL^-Ki^'enyHoneybuun  be in the bilo.i movie days, ~  ..<���  WoiKug with picH.licaliy.no budget;  set;, hua been lngenioiibty devised to give  iu,i tjie light atmosphere for the poverty stiiiken tottage kitchen which was-  the setting loi Yes Yes, A Tlioiisu.nd  Times Yes" .  i  <1  ten stu- of |3te Qhrigtmas Dress where the quisittve uuighbor   that    they each  ponia Mar-" Babcock s.i s t e y ��,? picture^ on the have Q-'p&rty ciress; when in fact they-  played QU,t- fight, try hfti'iJ to coiVvince, their in- have only'one between them"  standing roles in then  prpsentaUon  MELODRAMA  Busily knitting burlap and peering  ovei hei gla^eb as hhti advised her young  giandduughtei Mali Piiehatlski played -a  veiy con\uiLing Gumily Sweet i'n-gbod.  Fan maiden, Nell Sweetingood. played  by Noni Veale thaimed. the audience as  well as the heai t of ullainous Hodiiey X.  =tfrbaTiB���fBTTiinr^PtrcliJftek^  played the sllove; Teii,ilntfve, the goos<?  and Joke Zuidenui. the Christmas'Tree.  Ciiuli  Myslichi  was  Ihe  giandmollier.  Hardworking' " people, bohir-d the  scenes in rhar-ge of props, costumes and  scri|>t^ weie: Janice Johnstone, Clieryl  Gueiph, Pehra Baha, Thome Underwoods  Miss LWis, Miss Fraser and Mike Thp-  irtas (M. 'tV'Cuns-ir.uct.ion).. AJan With was  in charge -of curtains a'nd.Jights, Kathy .  Maieiuft was '''prompter' unci, in-.cluuge of  costumes  Elphinstone" Senior Band  devoted two _  nights-   of-   their ^precious-   pie-Christmas ./  free-tune lo entertain between plays Wjth"  a    line   selection   of    band    music    with  ^ greatest' opportunity for fulfillment than  -^apy  jn  Canada.  Nature  has blessed,  our  Province to such an extent that one can  find  beauty  and  the  wonder  of  Nature (  within reach of every person- Our epon-  , omicjpTanningvhas beep-suph that-we are  better prepared to face changes in the  econojtny than any Province in Cenada.  ���Our opportunities are limitless, providing we'"'meet our responsibilities with  clear minds. Surely we can build on this  positive picture, and commit ourselves to  a' positive constructive and rewarding"  life for  this generation and ��the next.  It is' imperative that We stop running  all over the country adding words la the  . LeDiain Commission's report on drugs. It  is high time that some good honest to  goodness research was carried. out> both  scientlfrc^andTTnedtcsilr'it- is~Viigh���tvme-  Ihat Federal apljjorilies, in whose .juris:  ditftion . Jiarcotio control falls, ifjd our  country of the drug pushers who threaten eve"p the public school youngster today'. It is jhigh' time that the meijiical  profession and the politicians and the  educators started to fell it like it Is, and  not just what the young people'want to  his   wicked   ways   hi   become   a   dntifuj'  husband for young Nell.  Terry Weatherill's^lTTrk; performance  as. the musple-fifexings^far y Strongbore  brought lots .of chuckles\jjnd Doug Oram' in flowing black cape and black  moustache lirade a sinister .Montigue Elegant. Giving strong support to the  main players-, were Lola 'TWiuegarlen,  Prigs; Sandy Johnson, Miss- Hannah;  Mary Livingstone, Minnie; Mary (Jordoii,  Sarah Lou and Bruce - Wilson,^Deputy  Hench. ���'   " ��  CHRISTMAS ;DRE[gS / ;  Directed    by   Mr.   George   MattiieXvs,  "OmsTm^rThemeaTTrTT^^ -  'uteju a 1.1 who look  part  in "the presentation that  Ihe 'quality of the performance  helped  Hie audience  in Sechell, lo forget-  the' embarrassment   of  the  empty   chairs!  dilll^ililillllJliy^^i^iSilillJilli^Siiliii!;!^!!!!^  grade U and 1U sUiiiiints gave an exrrj*i^-  tionally fine 'performance in the Chris\t-  pias Press. Make-up was superb, transforming Wendy Allnutt and Pompouia  Marliiiez into'spinsters- Eiitiiy. and Klizu-  bet!v''Babcock who 'i:uuld pever go to a  ���party together as Ihiry on ly bad one  dress between them. Els Zuidema as Maf-  ilda Jennings vwas superb in" the pari of  the busy.-body, nelyhbor and all three  were so absorbed, in their parts'that the  play1 literally came to life and -everyone  --NEVEN'S ' ".  RADIO  & TELEVISION  Cfealer for:  ZENITH ;     .  FLEETWOOD  :1: :{:       ,     * *  BURRITT BROS,  RUGS AND CARPETS  ���   ~ *     -! *   :|: '*       .'".1:  FURNITURE  -  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  fiiiiiisininsossiiHEniitiisiiir  . '-x^.'tsK* H>\'h  tft&fiWJSXtSPjtt  l\Uti^<j  Little Match Girl  hear, OTnintvug' pairel some four weelts As tlm light front hei' last ittatch dies  ago I said, that .Federal pollUeiang were a\vay, the Little Match Girl (.Jacque-..  gtyiiig up main-street politics for ntain- line luglis) looks up to t'irllt| hei'g.run(l-  ine politics, it is my belief that-the nibthe'r"(Ciiuli Myslichi); J.l��j Christ  mas Tree (vIoKe Zuidema); the Goose  (Ted'.'Hume.)  uml the JHove (Keveit  Honey hunii) waili|ig tp welcoine her*  to a happier place where; puyorty d(ms_  nbt'exlsl,   "-���'.-      ��� ���   '   ���       .  ~  S^iHiiSoii 'a Ljreelm a A  AND.A, HAPPY  I lew    uleav  Vi and Jim Tynot    -  young'people of our Nation will not be  mislead by (hoise who sit OU^the fance,  or  have, a  namby   pajjmy -apprbnch   to  drug tuking in yttop&s-rtf; w.inning' the vie  -, of liifi.-uudMr .tw^nly^flvti yeuf ago group,'.  ���Drug taking!'Is��.fhariiiful, psyoholo'feite'ally  and iHiy'slciilly, tnu| Canadfi- must not be  tlje first to br��It 11 lh�� treaty with alxty-  \  five countricH slgneil lol abolish soft apd  hard drugs from their countries, If Co.n-  d<ia did tiilH, wo woultl not*only be breaking   mi   lntornalioiial   agreement,.-; hut  wiiuld wo not bo breaking the heart's of  ' riifuiy pHrunls iinif (heir f��jii'il|ien u.i w����H?  ������ ' We would bo'ab'llci'l.ihg oijf respond  ibllliy lo Ilia "young people, 'who, wif  ���Jiopti, will ho l|)o HliODg loiidors of Ihn  ,"next dooudo. IM  us Hpoalt nut now for  n uiroiig Ciiniida, ho I hut ten yearn from  now we will not bo charged with iiqKhHil  and npiilhy nbout a problem lhu\coiiild  dr'slroy our whole tioelely; ^s  7^i  II -       ������       ���  s:'  Glimom'S. VARIETY SHOP  gecheH, p?q,  Phone 885-9343  ���  1-.-  #\N�� WISH EVERYONE  A HAPPY  :   AND PROSPEROUS  ���"���������  1 M     ' ' -  SALE ~ CHRISTIVIAS CARDS, GIFT WRAP,  DECORATIONS -  y2   PRICE!  I  \mm^^Mmmm^f^m^mmm+am^mmmmdMmmmmmmmpmmammmm+m**n^  ���n��iin^i��w  rr  tmimm&mme*!  <*+>  *?*^  -' K  ,<3V  IV'.|i, ��,  \t ^t  o  '<*m  Ui-a  flf  '"        f/rsl Session? , .���. _..,.. ,,,  , 'FIRST AID ff> ' .  Wodnesclay; January 20,;7i30 p,m.f Elnhlnntona  7 DEFENSIVE DRIVING   ;   .  Tnosday, Janimry 19, 7^0 P.m., Socholt Elomontary  , LdG Scaling     �� *      i  . s  TMOiddy, January 19, 7|3Q p,m., Elphlnfitono  -���   ;.;;��� ���:, '��� .���'   .., sewing;;';,;,.,;:::.... ;    .;;     ;  Thursday, January 21, 7?30 p.m.,, Elplilnitono  SMALL POVVER TOOLS) OPERATION" AND CARE  ( Wednesday, January 20, 7t30 p,m��� Elphlmtono  INDIAN CRAFTS, BASKET WEAVING,;        r  ���   Monday, January 18, 7(30 p.m., Secholr Jctomonfary   '  .... i*�� , ' ' ' * ���  You Can Still Join Tho Following Classes which havo 12  . -   ,.      or mora sQss/pns to go;  WbODWORK ,  .,*���,,      TnMriday, 7l30. p.m.* Elphlnitono  ~~ r '~" r " "WHOKfwsr^^P "*  Thursday!, 7i30 p.m.*' Elphlnifona,,,.,.,  FLOOR 'HOCKEY' 1  , Monday ond Thuriday*, 7t30'p.m.. Glbiorn Elementary  LAPIDAR^     ,' ' !   '  1  Monday, 7(30 p,m��� Gllnoni Elomontary  FOR INFORMATION  FMONE OflG-9370 or S$<i-7722l  IM  t,  ���^if  w  lid  Ml  Start thfs seconcj form with Classrporn Specials from  WESTERN DRUGS  V< t  liLv-  ���th'  >m  ���m  Wm,  2<��*i  H   vl  lu&Wii  ['Hi'  wmuvi:  \)��,  WJ^lMtt  ���*.*���      wt **i^h.  Key Tabs  Loose Leaf Refills  Duo Tang Covers  Exercise Bfiolis Ink  ',�� Ulnii Rtyto,"        K-  Narrow or wldo rulo, Pkg, of. 5  250 sliools, narow or wlilu  ritlo, 3 ring  AiBortod  Colours  tor  Sot ot 10  (N  3 Ring Binder r.,hyl  snrlad  colouriv  c  c  c  c  K  SwOQt Noll  : ....M^nlMU'B'-of Hid JDrlfiwrtoil V\i\yi\i%\ f\m pu'HVsrii,'M'M-Im M**II i>l��vml l>y INomI  i Vouiih l'��H)|)|(.^ W(��'MIh;|) ohvlounly .Wfi^ \t\ nolt llift hum <|lrunfiyfc'(| )>y  j liiul loin of Jun i��a'|MM'ji)�� lor torn uijflo- 'ihyh^n fioiiv vlllwlmmi*. (toitnuy- llrli*  | cliiiiMii wJiU'li limy |ii'<!MJii|t!(l (JhrlHt- iw'Hr.d'Inino l''iiciljfu|H^t) who (iihUumI  i'iiu'i!'W��miI< In H(!(,��l)o|l; ntid <ll|>HoiiH, ol' Ujitoi'IhIuh Hid yoiii��|{ niiitfifiii. |��  W<ii|i'J|i�� h hwoinliiK iirmti will).mil:.   Iilnifidf ovunmiinS (jy.\w liiuni).  ���PHTOi|��Ii��WII  |��i i|iliil mill  �����l>-"'li"  GIBSONS. GLASS =  "m  POK 259, V/YNGAERT RpAP, GIBSONS  Phono 0067122 '   \   : ; compwe7* ~  GLASS SERVICE  mirrors :  Cut "to-Size  .J.,..���4.���.  Tempo Disc Paint Set    ,  Dy Roovot , Sot ot 6 colours ^  \     ,���   '.: ....      ..' . ,       .  Canadiana Pencil Crayoni  PIP  .      colours  Sol ��t 12 plus fruo  North Rlro Han     :  WINDOW REPAIRS �� PATIO SCREEN  DOORS  -��� '   .���'���:'      '   mm ,E^TiMATK3   ,-  ���     , %���* /# 0 . . I '  ^ss&mi0fi&&  m��zm$t  HOLIPAY PICTURE TAKERS,  Hoyo llioio fo��||vo loqson pliotoa ^qyolopod qpd prlnt����l <it W��rt��rn  Drng�����IProtinpt, offldofif' ��oryl��o���rticolya ropfweomonf f|lm  for,rolN dflyalopod,  '" ^S"^  t1��w)litiiaw^T��lMiww'<rfiH#^iB^  ���������.','.    ��� ,f   '    ���    P "       '.     ''..'  THIS WMT FOR'"LESS "AT  GIBSONS  DRUGS  hm-ftm-m- ��'nw"T "tptiH1 ���^pr'"Tp"-'Tr'  SUNMVCR^TPLA^<ilPSON��  \.  gHQ'NJ!fWW2,1!  ��^i|*Wff(^**Hif*H*ifjw  !>���*���  I  !l  h  i'if mm &<���  +*.~+*"*'^* *m m  ��"���* fi'MMMMfll^^an  ������j jL*p^y^i wj"ynim��^*s��iSii<  TTT  *    t  .���cGeesr's 1971 Almanac,  torsefes varied conditions  KCtTHKCffiS  ���  ��� J"  y  f lie P��nin?ul9 times $$m 9  VYetjn.esdgy, January $, 1971  nc  IS    \\\  a basically healthy condition.  ��� Oiu pxpmlh litis voai weip al uicnrd  levels and will .set iu>w hiijlw.-in 1071 The  numhe! pt *pppple eninloyed showed a  modest" nujease in IfTW and will show ,u  /  slltfhtly batlei ��ain \\\ 1(171  'J'jiu mptllppi lb that the wpik I pice is  giowiHglu^lei than B CV economy It  needs to U> .stnmilatLd by the UinvinnaJ  Q<>\ eminent thinuj;h Midi pingiams as  ilii effective Pijivmnal ftpHiunal Hpyelnn-  ��iueid Inceptive plan as piounsed by Ihe  Ldbeialb in the BC leguslaltnc tm the  paM two yea is  The Perietal flo\ eminent bets, increased  Old Age I'pn&mn-s *��nd taised .nnernp-lny-  ment insui ance bencliU It has also announced a'jiumbei nj fa\gc (opstmcliou*  piojeets *m BC These fedcial actions  will ajl help tn irppinve the biluation  ip B.C.  "Trie, revenues of the Provincial Government will increase during*ihej.1071-72  fjscal year Some new taxes will be applied early in the year by a Premier Bennett more .concerned About balancing his  books thap-ajmiit the well-hej^g ofil' the  people lie is supposed .to represent.  Tltefincrease    in   Provincial    Government   revenue's   from   taxes'  will   exceed  the increase, in productivity in the pruv,  ���..i)]ce.pna" percentage  basis.;  Revenues pf j|iov provincial Qoyecn-  irient will be up swine II to D per cent. The  gloss provincial product will rj.se only by  some 5 to (5 per cent. After allowing for  inflation the real increase in provincial  productivity will only be spine 2l.j> to 4  per cent   ������ o      ==  '1PW pm'P��niPcii|. opp that cpiisKJeit, trjqi  lite })Hlil��p cmipts mpst  ,iii(i tluil'lubimr.  management  \w\ i\inqiiimauL. mint he  ���WUtpi'i  -     In  wpi $  s fipd "tint unpnnenjb)  1070,'neaily  3,6(fl),()p(|  \<u\n  weiP-loM   in  BC   (hiop'j'li  days  L  u  U  ]  in--  * dustnal dispute-, cnmpaied with less, than  5QOj0ll0 in i��R9 Rven the }l)til) ���}evel was  lai.toiwhigh   Foi   1071, we tan, afiliupato  lost timo>ip bc HHinin&npihfips iPqupd  allO.riOU man I an level as the ppiesolved  euulhpfb or HJ70 <any nvoi into- 1071  rout i us I  nugnliutipiis  BG'b population tfiowth^n 1071 will  bp the siviajlcsl nn a. pei teptaj'e basis iry  at loa^t a dec nrie��� It jnai. even be the  smallest  |n lei nib o|  moss vtumbeis,  "  Tho    ���birfjp    diapi"   wlwh     planned-  Cqmda chuinu the iQfio't, and'emiy iDfiQ'&  v\ill jesipne, at   least  .so  tai   as  BC    is  r ppiiperhed, as  the yoppi? people cqmipg  ut4  (if.  yppqtiqnal    schools'   and   colleges  - find  that  the job opportunities   in   B.C."  just are hoi  as good .<us ihey should fie.  the experience of 107^when uiie-mpJoy-  ,mept iinifpig (lie young ip B.C. was double  tl)p tlpeniployinept rale of older workers  is Iptjt op t'hp-Bepneil adrifrnist'i-atiniv   *  The steps that might have helped (&'.  bring now industrial growth.to B.C , and  particiiltii'ly sophisticated secondary, lech-  nplpHJoaJ  industry,  hayp. pot  been" Krlten  - by the Bennett government, ever. The  eurrihiij  yeav   will   see  no  genuine, sub-  - sla.ptial-effort mac[e to cluinge B.C.. from  a   raw   resource   economy   to..��   modern  j lechpqlp^icai slate. Jndu��'triaj growth, in  J B.C. may well hit its lowest', level in tbu  v past  fjyp  ye^rs   as  prospective  new  r \  SUHNVCRiSTCIiniSTWA  PUIJU3  > rap i,  , . mLRIYV  l F/ir.,Mi.mr��i   i)  'a  ''J,  r  .s  \  >l  11.    n  \^  i  v    .  *,   >���  f  1 *  ir j  i  *   *  1  -.;.  ,i  h  �� ���'"  *  s         *  * V  t  1  ^  h  M   \  k  i*  "    ~i  r-  *      -.  lv^  i  r /  w  -���  "7  f.  1  l��  11  <r^  h  ^  /    (  \  \t  X. -   -   \*  A  Seckelt News Notes  in-  \  My forecast on the increasp in pro-"  vincial government revenues might, I  suspect, prove wj-bng .on one 'count.' In  recent-mouths Mr. Bennett has been extremely jittery'as be watched his policies  pill the province's economy into a tail-  spin.   ���   ���  At the time of writing tips, he shows  eyery evidence of being scared l.hai his  revenues might well decline. If he is  unable to master that fear, then be just  might raise, the provincial sales las to  li per cent from Ihe present level of 5  per cent. If he. does, he will plead the  high cost of welfare^ and. health services  as the excuse and "will cite the examples  i)f ol Iwt^-MHrt^iTT^j-witir-hiijtTtai bale.s I'axes'  than  B.C./  �� ���  . (The case doesn't hold irua, -by the  way lirilisli Cnlnnibians .pay in'ore taxes-  tlian any other Canadians on a per capita  basis Some ol (he ot-hei provinces show  higher tux rales hut assesb fewer taxes I  Another extension \A the" i^.E. will  iUely be announced during ,)he ye<jr, bui  .vork will not qj^pien'ue (in it 'during  071 because Hydro will -need, money to  cover its deficits and there will mil be  any   available  for  the  p.G.ft.  The year will  bring many  changes'  lo  B.C.'s economy..The superporl al   Pjnw,:c  Ruperl will yet "underway. W'orecasl, and  the   economic   puiiern   of   all   ol   North-'  w��ftern;B((3j wUL bPKirtvto adapi and take  advantage    of  l|ie export    opportunities  cruaied  .  The   cost   of   living   wi)|   increase   in  ' British Columbia in 11)71 The increase will ���  he slightly greater than in other parts of  Canada.   '**.;, '  A���i-tdnnr  contri|-}nl.iii)g.T*in>l-or 'will   bo  generally higher I'lria.'s^liriiVighoi'll North  ^America'.  _Th��  Tiirflier  in liftl  ��� hltdi  indiislnes during 1070 and a continuation  of thai  pallern in��ll)7l' are another, Thu  large   incren'NiKl ��� in  aulo   ipsuranile '-ciistM  in B.C   Hi  11)7,11, and similar IncrenmiH al  I'.'iidy   iippiinpper   for   ��,(!.   pio|ui:ists ��� it.  " anptlior. And 'the"iilglior pjiciiKibrgiisii-  linn. is p foiirlh,  Housinij will c|)Sl nunc Beiils wilTbo  hiHlier, Projiiij'ty \i\wi will lie uoiiiH ni��.  ill purl bei:aiis(iof iho exlrii (mimI of welfare sliil'leil   \i)\Uu liiuiilclpnlllius  by  Ihe  Menncii governnieiit during ..inyq, ,'|'|,e  Hoine OwiK;r grim I \ylTt go up, loo, j'lTii  noT'ii.s riiiicir'asilioiiiiinici|/al \.u^,{ vyill,  ll'.i'.'ii hl|!i(eHi riisw'ui-co iniliiHliy, foi"'  "iid iinidiielii,, will "iil/nw. fin Jin|irovuniuii(  during 11171 ll|ii||lui lo prediiileil n|wwing,s  Hi liouHliig'i'ui'iNlnicHiiii In bnl.li Hip ||��A  'Hid ('amain. In IU7I Pulp and paper and  iiaWHpiinl sfilitH will Ipiprnvn, hul ���only  miirginiilly II Id doiiblfull II \\w, loictil  ii|ihi.M|.ry nh n (w||0ln will ,,iiiii\ptirforni  i'l.n peak  |llllll Idv.iIh, Milling. uNpiiimlnli In  ,   itC   In foieciiHl,  hul  no'ovej.all  Inenuitie  ol   any   fila/liillhihi, ulioiild'' bo   eNpecled,  'J'hono m.m.II huhlue,^��m nridlndimlrlitti  willed hud n Tiiul yiJiir diirjiih (|>7() will  Miiiuvor nlowly during 1071  ii.s'Jhe afjecl,'*  'if   IOVO'h. iii'liaili'hil   niii'iiHl   cHiillnmin 'In  pltiHim  H,(Vb  ecniiiny,  Tills, will   \m one  u 'M  llni /'iieliirn  Dial   will  |uio|i .'M.C'.'h  mi  " *'iii|iluyiiii!ii!   |iiVii||j;, hililii'i   I ha ii    llicy  "hoiilil  be ll,iioiig|i.iiil"|ill of dllVl'  Wi: will in.' luriiliiuie inrli.!ii(| if IM"n  'iiMiiiiployiiitiiil ralu^liilli. 'l/illuw li'>i al  "liy'lllllii ilmi|i|( fill n( 1071, Wli cap expeiil  -wUiii*��Mii'ro'iii-i|),i^(i~|fM'n|,--jffiW!r'~��l',t-rl��'''''on*'  ilium nl jcuni liihi 'IVturcli after rciiclilug  iMfmak iirouii(l lll'i* during llio woihI ofi  'hid  wliilniv ��� "  l\(\Y ciVMiiiliii^ will 'i'liiillii'ini hi ImV  Honblcd by jnihndiliil *iiftr'��?nl 'ngnln in  lir/l'Imiihi'iimi llin )>'mii.()||I Pnivliii'liil Gov-,  ���H'lllliciil caiu|o| iiiovldu lali'mir iiiiuingir  iiicpl |r;mli:iii||l|j. (Tlilti kIIiiiiIIoii will only  ��� nil Up. h|! rahi||,^ei|v wl|i.'i|   H,C,   )iHN ,n.  dusuies s|iy a"way trom W!')a.t.  as an unstable  labour market.  The private sector of the economy;  however, wjll again do its part in creating jobs for British Columbians. Kcpiy  vniius affected to meet {he leaner limes  of 1 t��7p will ha.yp ap improving effect  op profits, during the coming year-: A  better looking profit 'picture will restore  so'niG of-the hounce to B.C.'s economy-  . What leadership 1 here.will be ip meet-  ��� ng the current .iinerrydoymenl crisjs in  BC will come from the''private sector  ratlier than from the provincial, goverp-  nienf Coupled with the federal act "ions'  mentioned e;ulie,r, lips will s e r v.e to  reduce JI j e severity of'the crisis. Without.  PHE-CHHl,SrCMAg shoppers  were, eptep  taihed irpTrffil B.ay Centre, Secfieji oh  December 22nd when' Sechelt Elementary  Schap|  C,)i��ir sapg  carols. f;,  pitnim-ial  leadership, however,  it  is un-  . likely that aiiy real .ijiroads will be made  on the niunbei uneinployLtj once it returns  -tn-ihe  5'.i    level.   . "  ' ���-;-- "--  In the second half "of this foj��:ast" I  ..'Will deal with ��� those., provincial issues  which affect what might be termed "the  quality 'of |ife'"' enjoyed by British  u'inbians,. Ihe social services, and  with the political climate fn'BC.  Pipy  view,' Puht-suits are the in-Hiing in Sechelt  these days.-witli lady slaff nip'rhbers of the  Ba.uk of MpnU-'eal looking very smart hi  their matching blue' pnsemblesi, which was  their, own  idea.  ' Missing in See|iclt's business sep*.iqiv  is Mrs. Helen Bishop wl)o luis closed her  fashionable ladies Wear shop after operating for some 12 y'eaj-s. Every good, wish  goes to Mrs.. Bishop ij'i'heriteriremenl frbpi  the business w.wrl'd and she will long bp  remembered for her courtesy and pleasant  personality.   , ...���''.  ������:���-������ Stmshina-Cf)asl-lived u-p- to-its name on  New Year's Day when-sunny skies and  warm   temperatures    encouraged   m a ny.  mas- Eve and also spending happiness by  participating in the .age-old cqstom ol  '. arol singing, Karen Spencpr, Leslie, Suzy  and Bobby Dixon and. Lynn bike enter-  =ttttffBCl=  neffrbbnrrr-=TTf^  raised $12-81 .cepts which they will don^lfij  -tq tlie Sechell: apd District Retarded  ('hildren's^jAssociaiiun ���        i    .  The Moonshine War  at Gibsons Theatre  GENERAL   family   entertainmeirt-is" '���the :  -fare at I lie Twilight Theatre tlii&weeV  ciid v^ieii JDan, - Blocker �� (Ho sis;."f rpni...  Bonaiua)  and   -Nanette;  Fabray   team   up  for   riotous   coineVly.   in   "The   Cockeyed  =4^w-boyA--<^flCaJj^o-..i1'.i n | n|  Far��wp|l Gift'  Presejtlqtiqii Qf Jhe color television'  tp iflr$. G^yle Ohler-Qi Gijispns who  won the set d��natefi by 3unnyej'est  merphanls. \yas a Happy farewell jjnii  to Mis. bhlbrwjio/iij levying to tatlie  ai'our yes*, course at the Univers|iy  N>ti:seryjSdhool at C&fjsons and wjll  specialize in, teaching deaf children-  Pictured' will) Mr^ 0\\kr and her  spns, Pei.err*Jphn M Pguli '^!*e' ��>:-  Don Head and Mr- !<eifh Wright of  Supnyerest Pla?a. ���  The borrower rnay be the ingp with  the .'.delicate sense, of touch ... but it's  the florist* who's rnost likely lo (jo...J.Q_  seed!  K  T  twilight mum  GIB5DNS . . .  > r. * "    r  '"the 'torimfcf u  JJalitso  Slornqg Pan Blocker and Nanette Fabray  In Color  WoflnfiSftiy- Tfiurstjqy, Frjcjqy,  Ja^uafy 6, 7, 8 at 8 p.m.  P'H? ��9������rdcfy lytptince Jqn- 9 ot 2  p.m.  ' Mrs. .1   Tuba -who lives  son .booming' jjrounds.   at  Col-  alsu  Ac-  recast  gov  tq  increased hydro jales of 1070, and  ~Mlfir9PBir^lVnr-ioiT~lvo--nTtpnn1-nd-  , arc a bin factor The inordinately  wane   NOllluiNCriJitu   jp   sevpral    key  t  \  V'  ii i< i��� mmfw^w  PAR* 2       .  No limb in politics.is very stout  '���ordipiily this pari of'-iny 107j Jo  is more ha/.ardini$ thjip the first.  ���--"DiirbitJ- 1071  die Social' Credit  ornment   will make" a  second attempt  enter   the   107Q\s.  r- premier W-A-G. ^pppett yjitf make  a New Year's resolution not. to attack  Otlavvii during Q.C.\ Cei|tcpnjal Yuuv.  -��������� Premier WAG. Bennett will denounce Ottfiwi for hiijh inleiest ralesfc  durinjj the fir.st week of the leyisialiye  sos-siwp,    ' ���  ������'���' ��� rjubliri Works Minister W. N. Chant,  on bis  77lh   birthday,  will  announce  he  lias   no   plans   to   retire.   The   nress   wi  -liefti-ii���-l-n�����Mfi.en-)atB���Itifil���no���lias���U\U���t  On   Ihe   parly   leadership  Municipal'Affairs Minister Campbell will reaffirm his posit ion thai B.C,  lia.s the lnui;hi.'id pollution control laws  in thn'world. ;_ ���   . ���    ��  �� I'olliitiou Control   Minister  Willis-  )on  will  issue raw- .sewipm ilunipipn per-  vmiiiv.ro all ipunlcipiilifiD.H Unit ripply.  - f ,li'iirestry -Mini.'der   Wilhsioi.i   wi|j"��  annoupce   pew     nn.'icalional, plans     for.  C'y'pi'iwN Bpwl.,''','    '���'��� '   '   '        " (  '"'  ,, "���. ��� . Hpiuivdlui)  Minisliii'   Kierpau   will  auiinunct! new furesli^,plans for Klralch-  pi ui  1'iirk.    - "       ,���   ,  iiliiucaiion   Minisler   llrojliurn   wiiL  iinnoiiiini ihnt'iiien! In no fceii/iiVin lii.'liool  cpiisinicijhn, iHls Dopuiy will aunoinii.'i)  which "esNonliai" prpjecfii play no abend.  Itoiucaljliin   MipiHle|'   Hipllici,',   will  I'iicoivn .no honorary dunreim a'lurlnit 11*'/1. ���  industry Mlnlulm NkllhiiKn will play'  lluininy diuiiin I'ihiiiiit WAC   Beiu^jllV  binl/ti:.' nauiiiii "   ' .'  M,|",A,  ll'i.'i'h Briii'h will vole Wjllr"  JIifi ..fiuvorniiiieiil ��� in lir/l, ,','. -     , / ,  M I, A   ttrpll ' VVmU'M'"  will ileiii.op  Mlndi!" lid* liulepenileiice by  votfipt t-wico-  " a^piliisl ,1'hi) imvei'nmonl 'in  IU7I.    ,  '   ���  ���    "'.--��� ���,'(V). LA,' Hcoll   \Vnl|ii(!ii  Will 'nol' (in  rippnllllod Mlnliili;i  of1 Health  Tim' 11)71  Ci.-iiUiiinlai  (la|ehi'nl|oiin  "will  hi;   I'liinaiiuibly   like   Hip   Ul(il),   |llllll  injil IIKI'i' Cenlciiiiliil (!i!li:brnl|oiis,      '   ',..>  1 T'oo  iiian,y< wmiujui   will   (.llll "bii  ���i'iiiiipi!ll|)ii I'nr liiiT I'ow'Julm,. Ili|i|iii|p|itd,  , Wuliuiu MuikiIoi   Gii|(l"id| wilh IplDiiMify  llu. war on ilpiidli��iidi��.  ���  ���        M LA   A/tpi.-H  KUppii  w|l|   |in lip'1  ^'lil>lnlod��.u*.IVIInliillui,.��Wllliiiiiu.l'Mi.l-fi��'lio*��o.-  " l|ial rallier llinii ciullerhiM Uh HirVCahhicI  lui.'iiil'nits,  llio., iliM.'ii   jiiciiiinl    Mliilnlerii  \Vilfioul  I'liill'ullo will' Iiiivd a Iniii Hi mid  1,'n.n ri!l||i; ip piny br|<l/ui,, , -  .y/liiMiui iohkIiim Din foi'i.'Hi iiiiiniiiiuiy'  li'i/iln/i   lo   fn|l   uplift   lioili   ilei.'iiyi   Intaict  ipfenliiliuii iumI IHowduw/i, btjcuijiln/t wind  ���iilOl' aptly b<i mlli.'il a 'iijilviiiullui'aLiduiij,'   )��iiimii��ni mi i mmmmmnm0lmiitwmm0mim0mmm0mmmmmimm  nafirr the Jack-  ilson Creek  ^Jhcuied-Uie .Times office .on January 2nd  reporting . that two robins visited her  garden that .morning ^According to the  B.C.- Provincial" Museum Handbook No.  22. robins are" permanent residents in  the temperate parts of .Southern "British  Columbia so while .some may" follow the  buds to Victoria, here on the ��� Sunshine  Coast we can enjoy them the year r.ound.,  Talking.about British Columbia Provincial Museum'handbooks, No. 2<i which  covers lnlerl-idal Univalves of B.C. was  written by Lela M. Griffith of Egmopt  ���M'ld-.M. Biyesj a jijt yf .apod, advjee about  lihetl^pllccUnti,    -;;-;-,'  'Tl��nHirr�� of- Pi^er children on Christ-  dobhng next is "The.Moonshine Wa.r"  which is sci in a time when white lighten- .  ii|j} was the thirif* to turn ��nV with.  Patrick  McCoohan   and   Richard  Wid-  mark bring back" the post-prohibition days  -.with   all  the   blnpd,   bullets   and   corn  'whiskey  they  werp known  for.  For the family -who likes fast action  with a historical note, this is. i) movie-to  see.  first- men  to  make claims in, Rossland  ���oiea   were  (jeorge  Boljinan   apd   Qc'orge  Lcyson   who staked  (lie'Alpha  in   }887  Witlup e^ght ycai.s it was a jp��}inf4 epm-  ^muqity pf l(20p-l,6��0 popplatjpn will) l,S)07  claims  slJ|lced-  Qgnsylt gyr  Secretary Manager  pmi  i i  Lloyd and Edna Sanson  iiAVi; j^iov^p rmm office jo t^pohaiiy  "Q^nTERS AT TMfE qiechect HOWIE service  STATION, CORNER OF WHARF STREET  MfS IflOHWAY XQh  j^HmuiB^am^^^^  t  u  ' Starring Patriek-'McGgohpn ond  Rjcharc) yVidmqrk  ���irr epl'or '    /* ���  Saturday^-Sifndoy, Monday,  .'Wfiitwr'M^w^^f��''  'AwitV^lce"-';'- "Z   Ttfpsday, We'dncsdiy, Th^rsdair,  �����*�����  ������ ���* *'  . i  *.-  "  A I  ��� .'*  'F  '1'Jf  ii  Sechell���885-9^54  pai��i(^|iBia^^  iMtoMfy^^  JANUARY" 9th  Ml  ZIG ZAG SEWING  MACHINE  ii?oni'l|i. Wainul CaUlnei;  .   lWinH9,95,  i.'  ��� 'CASSETTE , ���  TAPfe RECORPER  ; WITH RADIO   ���iMnyfrsrRo-ffr^si'VHrT  , PORTABLE  STEREO RECORD  PLAYER  Sl>rY��l!s.-R��0,*H9,?B!  ���]  F  HOUSEWARE CLEARANCE  4 pee. While Plastic Bowl Sets l-L]V'  EggSllcers   ,'..,  :���;..-. ,.v..,:.-  Salad Tongs    .     ��     '  Can & Bolllc Openers  Fliz Cap Bollle Stoppers so. cm  Glass Vases ' .;���":���- :~  lOOhlG JOTS      Hood Croflcl Pollory  mil   IfSyS Mnndcrqftc'llcolBl.ope  Relish Server Sell  #  i  m  fit  I  I3BIA65 PvlAGAZBNE  SAM  m^ prrt^Y'  6TANPS,  SALE  ���rV  RRASS PLANTEOS  " V' Rogf'v * 1.2; 9S.-" ''���-,   \  y  '���/���  A w3  *'  .��*  f>  " JtlMWWUWMIiythlMIIIIMMMWIWWI^  1 The Peninsuia^^i#  /  .t  ,>  "/��� way te itroMg, 6m/ / i/iart hoJ be jro n*ra/i& ��p /o fail to wy what I believe to- be right."  '        ��� ,. ,   ���    ' ���John Atmn9  , ��Dqugus Q. WHfcEtE��, ��</j<or   ���   ,.'.  Sfc Wafcfi/  "���: .  by Or, Peter Andrew*  THIS is the Hfth yea\- of interhai-tonal  ski compeldian fai the c.byeted World  Cup trophv, and if tjje Jffrst twq -meets  a.ie any indicating Canada .has a good  chance to grab Ihe Cup* top a tbifti time.  Yoitng^JBetsy Clifford of Ottawa swept  ^tp-^a^^ld-med*l-lH^he^wcJrner>is-spGetal-  Page 6      ���,     ���TM'WWW��!ft  ���������&&���,*  :,S^fP  .slalom, ;it.,V.aI  d'Tsej-fti. Fvanee, a^d���ha&-  collectedjj^ptal of 25 World C.irp points  FT hrts Been said that the squeajcjng wheel - "elect Isabel and 1 'have Tip. doubt! yon    to date. Miss^-eiiffqrd, a three-rye^r rheirit  iimthers'th&'gr'eaae-and such'being the- will get. .your rpad" ftpd tlm U]>u cume    her. of tl>e Ngtisfa^Ski Team, -ryfc set  , the way. we have missed the. proverbtaK other election gimmick.   -      v. ;        j>- over a year.from now. At the rate %  boat   for,. desnjte   numerous   protests Large sums of money jiave been spenq   js gojng this s'easoh,rshe just may achieve  against the deplorable'condition of fruit on improved ferry terminals on the Sunv   thatgoal!       "     '        .':\.../,������ ���.*....���' rt  misnomer ���''Highway  lOi"; the southing shine  Coast   and,   regurdless  of  inade- Cahadiaii men are not faring so well  lubricant has yet to materialise.        quacies, general "ferry  system -has  im-    in world competition, but ve.teraps, Peter  ,    -Over ,he y^rs.,l��ete,iSib,e ,0 cW, provfd.' . fever; ** ��js!*y W    ��&^WeftV2S��'  a vote'jal election times-heve listened to \Langdale and Earls Cove.icontinues.to -. will resume in'January "at.Beiehtes-  iwany and varied plausible explanations deteriorate despite ever increasing traffic, ��� gaH'e'n, Germany.  qs to why the long .awaited and even Perhaps one .of-the greatest examples     ���>  a pre-aeason poll of 0i writers around  fcueer  promised  improvements  to  the of shoddy politics was demonstrated by    the world picked Michele Jacuf and Pat-  hazardous "fifty tulle strip have not been Premier W. A. C. Rennet1 himself whd  carried out,      . during his campaign at the last election  Originally it was "welt, you have an stated   at   Powell   River  "1   make  few  VNDP representative.in Victoria, therefore promises but at this time assure-yeu-re-  ..,.it "is futile to expect  any  action  until construction of Highway. 101 will be in-  such time you elect a representative of the eluded in the upcoming budget."  ruling party". AVhiie we: all tend to scoff at election  v    This to some extent made* sense for promises, a statement of this nature de-  ape member at that time could walk down serves some  trust,  particularly . when -ii  the,main street without being, recognized, comes from the Premier of the Province,  whereas Mrs. Isabel Dawson, Who-aspired Time* has  proved  that   again   we were  -to  .Legislative   membership,   was   well sold down the river. ^  known in the riding and did a great deal Recently Mrs.  Dawson informed us  trehind the scenes in an unofficial capaci- that surveyors are again in the area and  ty. It therefore seemed logical to assume that   certain   reconstruction   is .to   take  ^Uwt��=represeatatiofl4^  the Social Credit Party a great deal would we have not the slightest doubt but Our  Thank You  Editor, The Times,,   i _  ���  ���  Sir; We Wish to thank you> foi  your  ^caysrage! QL-Qiitllntei'-Churo^ Ohristm&s  Carol Smpspir'ation.        .    A   Wo^^-^Cv0   Pa,%^'  'Vhf , -., Thank, you   again   apdMceep . up  the  RCMP;. Gibso/is^VoTupteer .Fire  Depart- _ g0'Qd WQVk m ^ ���^m^CMH  with ad these persona and Various clubs..  We a?-e sorty to be leavtng the aiea but  feel that if we can make as good tr'iends  \n The Pas as we have heie, there will  be no Al��*hence except for a few degrees  ot tornpei^uuie.���.. ,...,$���_L���>-���^1   be accomplished. .,  In   many   ways   Mrs.   Dawson   has  proved  a diligent Worker  and   in such  fields as Senior Citizens and work on .  behalf   of   young   people   she   has.   accomplished a great deal.  Ho.wever, an ML A is only as good as  the support lie or she gets from superiors  and as far as major items such as reconstruction of the highway is concerned  we are quite obviously no further ahead.  There was^si time during the term of  ^office hy NI~)P Tony fiar^nufel-wh*  trust in the department is presently at  an exlremely low ebb. We therefore live  in fluctuating hope.  Tt inust be obvious lo all who,.know  the area .-that- such road work is essential  and while Chambers of Commerce' liuve  registered protests during the past, and  previous years, we.can only suggest a new  and concertedjefforl..be. made during 1^71  to convince the powers that "be of the  possible consequences of the neKt elec-  LiOiVr       / ' ��  rick RusSell; both of France, to take the  197P World "Cup. Canada's Miss Clifford  was ranked, ninth, following five French  -gir.ls, two Americans and an Austrian.  ^3attt��.l-a is scheduled to send 76 athletes  t.o compete |n the .'72 Winter Qiympics,_  according to . the ���.official carrier'for the  'Games; Japan Air Lines. More than 1,300  are already entered in therevents.'A full-  dress rehearsal of the Olympics is-planned  lor February 7 to W in Sapporo's International Winter Sports week, Ure first  internalioiiaT winter sports meel ever held  in  Japan.  CASUALTY  - One of Canada's youngest National .  Team members, Laurie Kreiner of Tim-  muns,. Ontario, returned home with a  group ai uie.heginning of DecernberTMiss  Kreiner fell during training and broke  her elbow, but is expecled to rejoin the'-  team hi Kiirope in January.  Former   National   Team   member   Rod  Hebron of Vancouver has joined  the International   Ski   Racers   Association   as   a  stand by .for-the professional racing circuit.  The 1SRA has scheduled nine races with  a   minimum   prize   of   $10,000   for   each  during t'he 11*71  season. Only three races'  Were on the slate a year ago, and further  ,  ne.guiialiuns   for   major   races   this   year,  including the $50,000 Lange Cup, are still'  On Rampage  'Editor,'-The 'tunes, ,    ,        ,        ���.  Sir: Re. Dogs on rampage-in Sechelt.  On October 28, 1070 dogs killed 30 of my  birds" on my. property'on Porpoise. Bay  Road.',   v-: ;; '���'���'' '"'��� '..".-  �� After reinforcing,rny bird pens so that  Ihey look more.'lilte a stockade t^an bird;  pens, \l iio.ugJl4 10 more birds,'tci start  off with.. Aljid now on December 28, 1070,  exactly 4iwo months later, d$gs -again  forced their way into the pens and killed  them all  So in the last. two.months between  West Sechelt and* Davis Bay, dogs have  killed well over one hundred birds thill  I know of and probably many more, be-  !  chants, CQ-ofeerateii ^ea.utifullyl^iDd.' Silt  cabled (.is to" pH^ent Christmas in Script- ,  tires and SOhg and., to erijby a hot coffee,  and dotighnnts at &w prWesstoh's.��� eon-  otu^ion. '���'.'��� .'':''' I "���'.' ��� ��� '.  * May'ydtir Chfistmas���,be a. blBssed one  and.may you know Our Lord's peace, for  He" "is the true Christmas gift.  JOAN aB.RiaB.Y, Secretary,  ��� 'Inter Churcfr Christmas Committee  '   /    '       .'*.���'..; ^     ������'  , ... ��     , ^ ��.  J\few Position \\ .  Editor,  The'Times', ..,'���'.'-'  Sir; Before leaving . the Sunshine  Coast for a new position 'with Churchill  Forest Industries Ltd, The Pas, MdnW''  toba, I would like to thanj* the following, for their kindness shown .to myself  and my family in hosting farewell parties  ���M-ijlstores and Planning staff at Port cause some people do not want to trouble ���  "Mellon<    Local   297   Union     Employees;     themselves to inform-the proper author-?  iiies;   ��� ��� ������������ ���   Please birdlovers���domestic or other-  wise���would-yoti-freTtF-to "gel"Tid^of tliese  ruthless killers?     ' ��� ���  i   The council  of .Sechelt -#sas  well  "Vjf  ���'"'      ��� ������'*���   '���'��-.'���':" ���������    ,.'.-'.  o, V dptorrietflst      o       -  ',  will not be in his Gibsons- Pfflce,  -" January :20th and 271 h ancl \  ���L~'    Jrebf upry*-"3Td ^~^������-  bLJt'Will-bf there Ivery VYednesclay,  ��, ������ .     thereqft.e>f .qs .usu'ol.; '"'���    '  i  imm^mB  Roberts Creek Legioi\_Branch '219;"'Sun-  shine . Cdast NDJP Chrow>eighbo.rS and  all other friends in the "area.  -  It has. been  a real  pleasure to  work  i^M��#aiagw��pag3^  SUCKING? - SPLITTING?  ' '."''   !   ". CALL'' '.:''���'  BUCK-BTSlilVBCS  ���a - P.O.  Box 64/ Sechelt1  Phone 885-9960  Saw or sglit loosarpund home  or building site  for clearing,  firewood op hauil away.  maMmmsmMms  ':  -#��  in-  Poet's corner  ���Your contributions are invited  formed of killings before, but so far nothing has been done aboyj it.  '  Recommendation;  Inforeed pound and  leash law. '.-.''  G. It. WIGARD  =j��=iy=^r=S=4J=A=��M��=  Highways Minister of the day Hon. Phil  Gagfardi stated he was negotiating wiijf  . RaynnJer regarding road access in order  r m"push th��)ugh a road from Port Mellon  . tO/Woodfibre  and  Squaiiiish.   'J his,  of  ^efmrse, was a dream never realized.  Later the  name  of   the game   Was  fen^^^^eH+lfe==^ttfseN^5=ntp^re=a'  dale the fact that we have little choice  at present, At-the tame" tune there is a  limit lo how" far a person��s patience can'  he extended. When trust is put in a government and its leader then a little reciprocation i>> not. only .anticipated but  alsois fully warranted.  /  by   my friend  Van der   Water  The trap jaws clanked and held'him fast,  None marked  his fright���itope heard his  ��rries,  His struggle ceased,  he  lay  tit  last  With  wide,  uncomprehending  eyes���  And  watched  the sky  grow  dark  above  And  watched  the  sunset   turn  to  grey���-  And quailed with anguish, while he strove  To gnaw the prisoned leg away.  The day came rosy  from the East    .  . And still those steel jaws kept their hold  An no-one watched  the prisoned  beast  underway.   Mure   <dua I -course    racing   is     Hut tear and  hunger, IhirsL.and cold,  planned  this  season,  with a   limit  of  40 * Oppressed by pain, ids dread grew numb  competitors in each event. Hebrrui_k_im4��� Jft-'g'v' "'i"^"'^ rfii'rf'Atl_h.iJ;_i!lHti.tiii^-Ui;fmJ^-  memhers eligible to compete.     He  longed" in  vain, to see turn  come  MED A CARPENTER!  /  CALL COB 885-2135  For all your Renovations,, -  Repairs,and Cabinet Work  at reasonable rates.  DEFENSIVE DRIVING  ���   COURSE  \  HOURS  trttlr  TAKES!  DOC really works for individuals  comf9ani.es and communities.  'First Session on    ���    .  TUESDAY, JANUARY  19th   ;- -���'7:30:p.m. ���'-������������---  at Sechelt Elementary School  or TjJ lrtlt  -Six  meets   will   be  held   in  the  U.S  lli  France and one in Canada.  l\ko '   The  cruel  biped, bringing. death!  SANTA flaus arfwer| early in Ottawa    hiembei' should have a minimum of two  <and left behind hint a large number    offices on Parliament Mill. They should  ��� of jubilant elected fepresentatives V>n  Parliament Hill   applauding  the  trans-  - tarifuuian ot a iupratiye/fiidp4way into a  veritable S/iangri La.  ��� * Montreal industrialis), T. N. Ueaupre,  .was appoint chairman ol a Advisory  Comniiitee'on Parlkunentary Salaries and  Hxpcnses. and atie'r due Investiga'lion  "Sahlu" Jleaupre lias come up with quite  fantastic recommendations.    be paid 16 c^'hls a. utile for travel inside  their con^tituencip!} plus $15,00 per pigld  for pveniigiit accdmmoduH'on in their"  cpnst/tuenciyes. They should be. allowed  lip to ten trips a year anywhere in Canada  wliile on bushiest associated with their  roles as Parliamentariiins. These would he  deducted from Ihe 52, return Irips now  perinilted between Ottawa and their  constituencies.        "  B.C. EVENTS     , ,  A downhill race ^ is scheduled for B  a<)d C i-la'Sa" racers at'Whistler Mtn., January .1- The Western Canadian Championships yvill be held at Tod Mountain, January lii -and 17. The annual Christmas  Camp'is pla?nned foi-Decemelir 27 to January 3 by the Hicliory Wing Ski Club  ol Pn'nce George. The camp will include  the trainjng squad for the Canada Winter  Games. A cross-country clinic will again  be staged .on MounJpSeymour by . "The  Sltiers" tguripg . Qfuli, Basic l.ecbniqvfcl  will.be introduced during "'Ihe Iwo-hoiu  classes running every Saturday^ morning  for five weeks, commencing in early'January.       * '  SKIDADDLING  If  ihe snow stopped- now,, some B.C  areas   Wou-hl^-have   enjoyed   more    good  skiing   conditions   Hum   aj'l   last   season  Grouse Mountain in., Decemjior has  been  .looking' like the top'of Whistler, in Jano-  Then through the gloom that night camel;  One        * "      ."        ;  Who. set   the timid spirit  free,  'i  know thioe angtilsb,  little, one���    ���  For once men .trapped and tortured Me  In some North American rural' communities "men suTThahg their pants on  the right side of the bed if they Want a  boy and on Ihe left aide if they want a  girl! Over the centuries, rna*n .has devised  at least 500 '���formulas" for choosing the  sex of bis offspring'. Arlst-P^le advised the  'QreoJtB to have intercourse in the north'  wind if males were desired, in the south  wind if females were wauled. And to  Ibis day some European peasants wear,  their, boots to bed. when Ihey want lu  conceive   boys. ������  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  CALL ON  FL0ORC0VIR1M6S LTD.    -:  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons    ir  Phone 8B6-7112  * CARPETS      ^ TILES       ^LINOLEUMS  WE FEATURE A J.XME SELECTION OF DRAPES       \^ .,.    q . ���  <������     V  s  Beuupre; who has been described as Twin spouses of MP's arc able to cash  a high priced but capable person in his    in yn Ihe Ikfiupre bundwagon  11 >|- the  own particulur field .of endeavor, tehipers    lea/ned gentleman suggests such spouses  Ilk   ridiculous   proposals  'for.  excessive    be/allowed up lo six Irips a year between  Kftjihyes   and   inultiludinous    addilio^al    UUuwii and cousiiliiencies.  henelTI^: with ihe age old excuse iltat "v^-.   /    A  lew  minor rmnniiiuiKliiiiniib  in.  mlisl aim at encoiirnging only flic-bc^clude; unlimited free loiig-disinncc"impossible people lo government, phone , privileges, anywhere  in Canada,  It has long been  abundantly clear' Oiiehec  and  Ontario   MP's  should*'he  ihal the six perceii'i salary Increase neces-    reimhursed up lo .fii.lO a 'ye'iirfor icle-  siiry fo hold down, infliilton ilpplies only   'gniplilc expenses a no* iill-xol|ier nieinbers  lo L'crluin scginenls ol'society, ccrlainly    sliould gpt $2.^0/A'il^neinbers icsldenl  nol in Ihe liiglier cclieloii, liarly lusl year.��� beyond  u. .25 mile  radius  of! ihe  par--  (Tovcrnor I.ouis Kasniinsky ol the Ihuik    liuuieni building should be reinibiirsed up  of C'liiiiidii' warned  iluii   average  wage    '" f^'t) per nioiuli lor cost <j>|' hheliei; in  inereiises  I'roin   seven   lo  eiglil   percenl   'Ol'liiwu. '    ^ "      '  .vveiv loo high if ihn federal goveriimeiil         '-V<-'U   former   prime   niinisleih   no  liopcd lo e'oiiibal inf/nllon, lie ihcn raised    longer holding office s|)ou|d he pcrniiiicd  Ills own snhiry from Htfft.OfM) pci yem lo    lo, bourd llie Hcnup'iv rolliicoiisiMi for ii is  .^75,0(10 a mere lillyjicieeni','  ���" Now.iJh; higli pricVd Mr. Hcaupjc re-  coiliniendH an increiiM' In MP's sukrics  from $12,000 phif, $o,0()() fax five  jlense ullpwarice to ^^K);,), Fiu(|u;i  recoinineuifiiiiVins liidudc; iiK7ci|f,ing  o"    ' " "  CX,-j  iccoin  luoiij'l  mil imu Id llic riii-N of pmletf ilnji inn  ul'leiwnidh, wlii'ii ii..irjjoo Inle.  hiigg.eMcil ihey be provided oilier utviini'  niodiiiion and nevrelurliil iissImujicc m  public expense! "  ll WHfi llllle wonder Vancouver MP  llni), Hon lliisford Hiiid on"!'n leliwision  biiideiisl linn lln.s was nil merely n-tloni  ,'hiilitry   o|   semiiors" lioiu   Hie   pnisenl   -nu'iidiilion and would Iftive hi be nlii-1  ,    $15,1100  lo $17,000  upon   cinMiiicnee-   .oldered al leiijnli by llic iniWlnniein, In  ineni of nil', iliird Kcfision ilf ihe 4?.H|||    (lie   nii'iiiiiiiNi' , he 'lidpnl   news   people  Piiilliiiiiciii rising lo $20,000 per iinnmii * would  mil  sound  off on  llic suhjai,  following ihe ncM decilon, The Crime    N'liiirally,, II sinli liighjiimdc.  MilllMer wlio pivsenlly icccivun VIS,(IIJO , im'iidiillons  mv  lo  lie/ pushed  ��� ���   per yciy 'hliduld r^viviyi i.iMl siilary of ' Hie' less sni.l. jn tnlviuiee llic beiici, "hi    '," riuiii'i'''i'^  .,w��.,U7iJliJ(iij.niu|.��ni��jiA��i -in ikMrt i^;r.f Jf illrrci :f mn ir"7��'��lirr* wnrr l��r*l<'' "ffr'Tm rfliriiwirir^llrtfr vCTim f���l'1 Mf n'pprr*in*^  $.v/(ooo/ioa$')0>Ooo, MiniMcrs wiihoui     '       " " ' '" '  porlfiilio^ would rise frorn $?7,0l)0 io  ������{*, ��� fl^<'<lih���l;iic|i M.P,,s|ioiild be l)lovfdcd��ij.   ' "Awcll ^nown i-ioi"|j/ior wjiy lins hpeiil  Willi olfice .s|)iic|'  in |'edei;ni .liu||di)i}Vs fV nifiuber of yeiim In iiic 'p)cf,h'/ijj'llcry  , ",   wlililn1 lilfi* roiiMliuency or nlu<r'ind|vi<|y 'ffn Oiihwh recently Mined iluii noi one  . ���     will) $|,70() per year for ollky rdilal    ��'iibliiei 'niliiiHci 'ju"il,c IJoiinc jh v\wr.iliy  plus $|,.')00 'loi,,ollliu jUInIiiiicc  l-ncli   ��� ol-sueli piiyinv'ni,,, I'uilliei', ill'any lime,  'mly a ���,///,*i|) iwrci'iuiijiy o| nieihlici s an'  i-wr\iu be loumriu ihe Hotiso,; Wlieie,  li��' Miitl, lliey niello he iwu/nl w'v would  l^cfvliate lo repeal, .   "���    '    (>    '  Wfinl UMIM  f��iuc|y luin ''llic, sloimali  o| (��||y M'hponslblc pel Mil) In III'1 ||K| llllll  wlillc ,iln:rv are very miiny moioiis  ������iij'vrly iiwiflDng i||.�� oppo/i'iliiilylo vole  hum- eliininh.'ih  llMll)!)'|iH)ll;��|'  -.^^'.^'niin viijjTji  iiilM'liiblt  ury ..The Molslar program is well underway ui many II.C.areas n(iw..'Heerealioiiul  hlueih .should check their local area ski  mcIiooIs foi dates and 'limes of Mils Tun-  UVoyrain . .-.��� A1;?. least I wo skidrahis tiT-  Hand' have htic'u Uml ,���, ihi,s winter,- 10-  day iill-(jx|)eiiM: packaiju.s deparlini; I'rom  Vlmtioi'ivor Janu'nw 22' iind^'ehi'iiary ID."  They Koupd, |||<o'fun. If yoiV'r'u inl'eie.sled,  it's   Dogwood  Tours.in   Vanciaiver  (llll|<.  :miiii).   ���  fyental Topics *  PUMCIOUH     IVlelalh     I'limei vc  ' Precious  TlK.'lll  'Wlu'ii derrr.y" htlginn   In   )i'-  l|iviii'lli|ily   hp|(.'ii(|{." mid   never  ilMdf  Tin,;  lu'M  ic|iit;(.ly  i,.  to [iil|  Hid  tooth  II    Hill,   iiwi'l   done,   Ihe   lui/Hi   ulrui'lure,  will he eiil.iiu away cuiituiiK pain, Tim lypc  .Mil' IiIIiii/i. i|onditd depcndu nil  IhO slzii ol  Urn Vuvily and tfie'localImii of tint decay  Moinii lilliuit |imiIci<|ii|{< mi; more cotiliy  loolh,   II  leu Its   by  ����IK��I*  .... ���',     ���"-��� ,. -  ^,s'******'����***r��*r��i'0,*t>r0**-0-*0\000,,0,,.f-0".  p    JI tm i  olhcrii,   hul   thnVe ni'ir' oilier  ihlnntj  lieiyitcs'picscrviilioli.ril' llio hmliriii niai-  y��v i-Kniindii, vviule n niiii.i iiiiin/t win  liellei' |iiiiM'i vn llic loolh filiiH'luro, I'iiiimI  piiiiplo would prnl'eiv a-wlillit niai.l'oi' |in;  Ii'onl  Hclli  huMi heller upiieiirnucii. 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SAVENiomi  AT YOUR  POPULAR  LUMBER ANP BUH,plNGk;.  aupp^ps "  "���i  '-rrvrriq I'tio \\imwmrc(H%  GULF PUILOIN  SiUPPUSS  Dos mi) * $ccii��it  ^mmmmirmma^mikl^Kt  j-'"  a^^^^s^^^^^s  is��^^^ ?V ti  t ^,A  4*  *Ml-   I  ,>P ��� .�� I  ,, W^^^^^^^j    ������  *  t*  ^  J  [I - ���     ^  -AgfirCploMrf (micf7)\ - - -; -. rr2 r3^ -i,..: A - ^,$3  long Pyjamqs, we 34 only -1  *.. -,3#g��  >lOQ%qotttonf size 34 1- 1. .---,Jj   'l,48  Mies' Nylon Jumpsuit, Reg, 9.99 ��!eem-up Sq|e ��,4$  Brushed c;attor\, trim size small orrly,  Clean-up price   __f_.r ��� :���_..   3^77  * 1 **'  / Rear View  Isoijie idea of the size p| thq buikiipg ^whicnuJi'PVgitts'rQt and infiltration by   $nd shctW rppip^ etc,  Contractor ilichaid Games explained   term tls/and like vermin. Structure-  ��������������������       "#��^*"��<IWP'  ��.p*t**   r "������  r-  a  I-  ���J  0   lJ "'.m|ii . n  -4  -.1 :;   i"S  n ���  1  I  *i'i  /  /  , 'h.v  *   -1  f^.  i  n  1    1  >  'M       .!  j'  ">      {��  5  * JS��:  .*���   Ihorwla  Ladies' Slacks  Ponlms,,, hrushed or stripos   Reg   price  $7 99 CHwip prto 4,88  Cords,   Asst    colonrs   qnd   ��ize^    Pen  price $9,??^ Clcan-..ft,pricQ 6.#��  Koratron, flqra<|   Rea   pr|qa '$8,99  -   Cloan-Hp prlpo 6.98  W��o( f|qrQS.,Reg. prigo $$,?8  CjcariTiip pri?o 5.44  Denim; si riper, and .jsqlid colours,  Reo-  pricn $4 98       ,;������'C|��an-up prjc.fi 3.77  Wo6|   and   Polyester,    hippstprs-   Rei  price $10.99        : v Cican-up prfco 6.8  Double   Krgt    Asst.   cqlqurs  and   sjzes4  Recjr^lO.?? G|cQn-up price 6.8B  ��if* . -.  ���  ==ri6r^tor%=��9fty=eB#fe==lietF=pfl��  cicqu'Hp prlco $.81  Wpo|. ond polyosrpr,  qstf.Vcoloure qnd  sizog. Reg, $10.99 Cjcqri'Hp prlcp 6.88  Crimpknd,   '-eldstic"? waist.     Rofl.    price  $10 99 Clean-up "price 6.88  S  -.  Camp  Elphinstone  Grows  The Peninsula Times  Understood lo have been transported lion and are part of the "massive i!6r           Wednesday, January 6> 1?71  t'rom Kulsoy hay, Vancouver Island, development protect'well under. "wav         :   </  These logging camp hnmes'wjsjre doll1 near" Langdale." The buildipgs   will 'I'lhooHhe,  a ted-to Camp    Klpliin-s-tone    YMCA provide warnuyear round accomnio- nn-.Du<x'i  Page 7  \  horn    in   S4..   NliWy's    H^piful  ip    n-lphinstone    YM'CA    provide warnuyear round accommo-    on, Dut'cmliei; 2Hth  camp by'MciVlilUm IHoedel W(i..Ti��ey.   daUonfor yonng iieople staying., at..::' ;  Tl,,i.^l<;|c Burrows had 'ho^y ��i en  have been set up on concrete founda      the camp.     y        "    . ;      .  tpi-uiiuiiB iheitpi��voiiih fti^ohiW, hv��n  ' ... .    ���     i        i__    Itohert HnriowK who urrtyed lor hit. Iiibt  yisil   to   Hulfmoon   IJuv/iiciiompuiyiud   hy  his parents ,|,ini und Sniiron Burrows mid  vnciirmnnn   nn\/   nnnn&nmns u*;-br��ui.Ui' and toe.-. David imd i.o.,c  Other   visjh^s   tit   the .^Burrows   ovrji  ���~������������-"���Ji',- ,-v-s     the holiday wfii'ii lUein. son Tom and hi��   '  rr-by Mary Tinkloy    jamily  Half moon Bay Happenings  A  Ladies' Shirts  -;.Qrlon, ��� A-ljnc, elastic   waistband.   Rug-  J 98 Clctin-up price S.44  ioblc   Knit, clrj!,tic  wgiSI.   Reg. "price  '���"4a       _ Clcartrpp-price 3.88  /.'-  Ladies'Boots  inc|i   Rcq- pr'^';  Ladies' % Length Coats  As?)    stylos,T qnd   pq|ohp    Reg,-  pricp  $2<) 95 . Clccn-up prlqo $17^8    \  LacSies' Bhl Jackets  l   Sljecj 5, M, ���-. ��  Fihre filled,  ver)jcq| jfjn pochots, Rcjr  f!.4.95        "���������  f wmtty p'nff St"  ZipVpocKeis, roin,hopd:inside- Rcfl, price  $14.95. -   CfeanrHP prl^o $W  ^|t   qt   waist, "zip' ppc(��ehi,   Reg. ..price  $46.95        - elp^^l? p^i?? m$  Button and ?lp frant* m^ HB"'cte  Reg. $1.5,95        ^ G\mW$ffa> &M  Cotton  ancl  ;jp  front,  hHPon pgcKals,  ~-m\r- at waist  Rpf. $ I $Wr- ���. ~  ��' "    <r(p��nrWB ptrip0 tf.gfif  LatSies' MMs  Acrylic. C|ca|)riip prrp^J 7??  Aca/Ijc, one' sue.      Clean-up price ��8c  Acrylic, sizes S'-M-U. Cloan-up prictt '58c  Acrylic,   double  knit milts. "  Clean-up price 88c  ipouhlc   knit,   one   sizo. .  , Clcop-up prlcp  1.09  Ladies' Scarves  Accylic,^,isquare, asst 'colours.  Cleen-up price 6.66  Ladies' Slippers  Acrylic,  boot  type,  laced  ftpol "  Clcnn-up prjco 3.33  K   . Clcqn-up price Wc^  Acrylic^/asl. colours. Cloart'UP pdeo 88c  Acrylic|j' Rectangular nock scarf.  Cloan-up price 88c  iidst ,hf ��...n...ta��� TT,Mm ,h. ��>.,�����:...w c���r, r. a-w .ft ������ D,sr��J2* B^i;t IIS^'BJ!* ���  turn of the yniir anno Ihe."trny*c news ihe .soil drinks; lo tljo Patio Gitrdpns for     w\\x{ |T;S tjimtly i  thu   riotiiii   of   Henry   Hichurd.  (DttiO tho   loan  of equipment  mid   lo  all-ijood Q ,,^    R . ,      ()r Btimonlon is cnirt"-  Bahnnuu. iH4������i>it��l-ai Nt.'w Wpsiniipstc.P If lends w|��o dona|od food- TJia BiVe.pt w��^ ���.    ^, visit "w  i  his^ 8i<aTr  Mrs B lS i  ^     Mr. Bohnniad'^lirtnleWas-inBurilnliy ��� |l'w|i.f{   tjii)  tjirpppr, U): mi^lP ��� tyr^tfl^:'*!'/^  hut ho hud it .summer home in Hodrooffs Lnslors^ h.iitd. y   . |��'p'fbp|--'ln-lflw, Mr. l��nd M)'-��. ChpclJ HJ  i  tid ������  8-  lo whkh   ho  looUuri  ftirwurd  to  rutiiinK The  Commission  ol��o jpohsorcri   two jop V   gjfrhn^y/                               ��� .,"    "  in tlu!,nol lod distant fnhiro. Ho wiis'pros- plnys purfonncd hyjiliHdrc*h of )h'p fie- '  " y\i0   j(icfi Hall's   unc^tfi   have   hVinii  irlLMil of Hivordido l.nnthur Comiinny arid i-iioll, West -Suphell   and. flalfmoop .B��y ||ipir'sop   PiUor    from    Vqncnuvpr  ��i)rt'  <1hh|  wide  iiitiiioists  In  many ��pl)oros  of hi;1|ooIh wI)Ip|) wwo ih'f: hd'ci||h HiP Half- jipn(jh��oi'"MiiiVgiieri|o ���Maekcrizli!;��� w|M) hot  activiiy: He wuh ;i iiionil)ur,.of thu Van- moon ,Bity' Schno) -Olp- HtniiiK coupcrl op /amily from Prinr.-v GGorijo,    -1X''"'�� ���  couvor (toll Clul.) of N'WW l-otlf(u' No. �� Di-'cunihpr aitjl. _,                        ���..'���'               .���r.i_.v^A_..,r���������..             *  and a niemhm of tho Gyro Clnh of Now Shuilu -Mtiniliy,  #U\yr  Mfiplot),  WW '     Itahhk; rouHC.r; OhaoKt;||Uitor.    ���       '' '  WuHtinitiHlor unil Trinity l.jod��o A.F. nnd ponnor,- t.oitj;su Mnrphy, Sherry Jpr#un- ��> ,,. *...:     ' .. ,,... ��      , ,...���^i.  *��l-  ' A.iyi,, Viiiiirntivcr.  Ho ip -,suir vi vutl  hy his  son. arid Janol Harnnkk appciitrcd in  vvllo Floroni'i.' nnd  Ihrou d'uuid>lor Qui- ' irm.'llvi.',Ciiln,e��B upntinno�� i;t "Thp Wi��'  aldlna dvlr.s.   lv   |)'ix),  Huvorlec; iMrs'T ii^n airoam" and Htm Munlun u.ppoarod  Biliifiiiih) mid Hynn, and 2 iinindnutiH an'Santa C'lmm in a pjny ."Wh��h no'Siinht  mWan.JINMfMT        '       '. C|titiKf'\ mipitortotl  hy Siinflri'^l��'i'i'K^u|i  ENTERTAINMENT    ���        ������ -* - ,������   MVn   Cltniii imd  pnrlpi'm  und-Murin  KilfH rtlnhlfi al thu Wolroini! Beach Hall < jroinur,   Ntd'alle    Vap    fiiftmonl,   SJicrry  will. *nliirl   aiialtt   on   Thm'ridtiyL.-Jioiio'ry  , .l(aiuninen, l.uuiiiu nnd tltephnnlu M'iij-phy  H ni 7,00 p,iii',.,y/lth'�� |)i'ii|(raniiii<; of liltnir ' ,',''i'���| Travin ))oli|(lli,s au'l'llviiti.,' "��� ���'.-   " "'  of .Britain,   liernnida  anil llio Carilthean ^  m   ^^   m   |)o()j(|),  ()f   ||iq,  iHiaiinii.,     , ,        ,.������,..    ,��' Halfmoon    Bay, iloiiiuttlinn .'CopuinNpii  Tho New, Viiiir wiih welcnnind in Ip a ,))iU,(! i{|.(.Hi.llU(i|(   l(,  Men. M- TU)l*loy  happy  iIhukI  unil   <lue  lornudlly   al   llio wl���, |,)1(t ))|.M<|,���!11(.|. n,,, p|,Wi a'f,d |n lyfru,  Wulcoiiii)   Beai'li   Hall   with   Hi,nilln|<  am M   Ml)Ub f|>(. |,(1|. ,.u.���p,rj.���||������ afid Mjfp- '  -   flmiiiimt.lo muNhr Niippllwl l/f'lhal idlluii .,   '|Y||ini<, wan alfio paid lo Mi'H. ple|t ":  .and, iini|i,liui p|iii)lHi) Mill, Hiihy, Hah'her M)I))|U,V W|)u ilimiunud.o/ni, iiiadn,,IH'h...j}.o'd..  Ah -iiiii|iiI|(IiI   tipproiirlieil,  Jerry   V/jl- ipmut,  whn.'h ndfleil up .,iiinch  lo the"*ii|��-  l|aiiin, iupicKimtiiiii t|i�� Old Y.t.'iir, hade it ,:',,,,,..; ,,|' tin, 'p'|nyn |i|id' 'in lier  U'W\  of  IMil'NOinil   farewell   In   uyitryhody   proaenl. helpenppniirilMliiH nt fvlrn, I'lrnlft Gi'(t|pc:i,l  and  tonic   |pn  dupai hire   K'.'|ih  Cioniyti, Mrii.Ted-Toih, Mm, Cliff Oonnor, Mm,  ruprwuiillnii Ihn Ni',w Vein', (inlered hear |','n,v,|, .l^r'n'ifiistiiriuiil IVll'U, MiM'pJjy.  a 1   pa.'luok    ft   wa��  a ����y   ah.l   I. y ^  ''   \,"��^     ,��� Jf    ^'^   '  pany ,w.,i,'l,  .yllm.ed  ���,.o   ...    ,,na.l  ,       f^. <���      ^ Jj     .jh lljljl)  P; ^  I'Voihiy  lliiiin')ii and  Triivlit mid   MiiiiHol^  Com-   Doiiidiiii fxiivn ii  rnellal nl' VTlio I'duhlH  Dpn't Forget;  IS  t^pw IS  t  1 RECBEATION  ' Tint  Hall'in    ,  ,-j^i��t����lon wan laiHyo.vol, (Im�� holiday period     ol  (-III  The  llHlf'inooi)  May  (hioreallon  Com-     Donnliin [i(avi a   rm   inlJnati", (JiiDri  ..r r   r ^     _ , iiololiil wan, Deli'drj)  i(hall(ii)/( iitl n niimhei" til1ttiirr-imniii'l ven- Miii.phy who ||avo m iiiii/ii)'||'|uupt -i;i)i)ilor-  lui'iiii, One ul' their .iiiihiI woilhwhlle pro- Initjil "BliHiday o|' Hie Mn/(", Mr"- 'I. L ,  |(n;ln wiin Ihe ui|ianl//il|iai,o| a mnoiitan-  ' Hriinlu; was iilaillid  lhrounl|o||l  1110 pro-  Itnril  mippi.T  whleh  wan allelideil dty  '111 niainine. ���    ���      ���  Wi.��iniK��i'M 111 id llio f!ouiinlwloii ��� expn-'iiiioii',,        nnWF<     '   ';|' ,     '     '  apprm.'lalluil I'm ,Ml" woiiileiI'ul ��'iopuii| Iri IHUM ' ���       ,.  lion,lln',y   i'ihtIviiil  I'niiii no iiiKiiV  Houil A new tnrilileiit ol H��ihi.t��hI hitIvimJ hi  I'cloiitlM, ' ',,..,, kooiI. Hnii) lo ,i!iii.iire ,ii  liuiipy  new yoinv .  They   e/<li!|iil   npi'i'lnl   llianlui   lo   Titil .I'm  lioi^puroliln .hie and 1'iii l)hnn/u>i and  Hi/tnill'i'i nl  Wn|il  Hui'liell  who dpiialod a liiullicr   Ihmny   Bhe   Ii*   llailene   I.iiiiIiui  to hove your  OUTPQARP  Tuiniecl^Up for  SPBINGI,  Soclicilt  WpuHM.  mmmmmmimmmmmmmimmmwfMmmiimwiim  Ml  'Mmmiiid  'Acrylic, mule typ**. Clean-up prjee 2.33  Mule  type,  cork heel,  gold trim  Clcart-up price 3.33  Pnll-pn,. cushioned, flsst.  sUcs.  -       ' C|qqn-up price 3.33^  Pull-on, qsst- colours, liiQi 6, 7 and 8.  . Clean-up price 1.88  Mule typo  pije. S|jc Med. only  <Cfccjn-up pfico 1.44  i. Boot tyr>6J>plaat|c'c!ps6 on"slf|o.        .  ''vC(oiari.��j|p;-Rr)c.e 2.tf9  Bqflf .fyoor-cicrylfc p/ic. MccJ. only.  C|cfiirjrHp prM 2-33  Ladles' Pant Suits  Fprfrol, Peach; hpllons af rnlrfrlfl. Ron.  $1^,88 ���.   Cleanup price n.88  Fb'rtrol,  sfand up callqr,  bolt  pt  wqit.1.  Rco., $23,88 Cleanup price ,1.4,88  Ladies' Tain  Pom pclrVi on~R3j57"Ted and grepn.'--'  ^ Clcan-up price 1.66  Fprlrc), !,.u�� I l/i|2. Riisi, back /ip��� K��o  5-18.88    -    ��        Clcan-up price 11.88  Fotlrol,   sl?p   II,   short   sleeve,  bolt   at  wqJM.,R��jo. $22^88 Cloan-Hp price 15.88  Fprtiul,    ^l|��    Ironl,    lont'i    collat*.    Rep  >  $22 44 Clean-up price  15.88  '   Popcorri K'nil, i.i*u I l/'l^ V''iioc|t, Run.  .,-   ^Io,95 Clcon-up-price 8,88  Ladies' Acrylic Hit  Tiei under chjn.      Clcori-up price 2.44  ttjdtos'-fci'm, npyy. Clcan-up price 3.77  '  .   Cleuprup prko 5 00 off  p?pbio-.|<p|| jtipjmhV'fwlJ^'vyfllftjiPiBg'  .$ 18,88 c|pan*Hp prl��> 8-flP m  Forlrol, A Una, Reg. f|8(88  C|eop-up prlcp 8.PP of^  For,/ro|, drop wqlsl, ,navy. Ron. $12.98.  ( C|oan-iip price 3\pP off  Forlrcl,   t^Ud ' cdooi-n;'" while'   trim   and  -bws-bnllotiK��� Repj'^i-1-2798���-���   Clean-up price 3.00 off  Foi 11el, ��� lucy   cloMiam   down   Ironl,   cf*��).  ���colours'   Rcq    $1 l'.c)8 ���  ,    ,. ,    , Clean-up pried 3.00 oB  r-oiln.-l,  ktcd, o:,(,t coloui.'i. Rep. <��� 12.98  Clijan-up pr|co ^3,flP pff  ' Foiti'd,    Ittco   collar-, and    frapl,   Hop'.  413 913 Cloan-up price 3.00 oft  assssa  ���  !  !  '  I  7.  X.  Yjaiii\iiiHi   ^learamic  ^% I "��� ilii  m i wumvvunwwivwMumi.wmKsmmuw  i'f^  ���~,.>..v,ri.-i;:;l.���i...ir-,���j.,..Lli.^ -l.  A Pant Suits  .,\ mm.* W  7/M'fM'  ML A MM H 0P** /!"%      ^81 fX R f  -    '   ''X 'l?4:  BI^S'AVIWGS-  Mitif&lo atyA Sllpi, etc,  '**��*  *.������  'I '   ��� i ���   ��� < i ���      i  , t .1  ';ic.-Jatk'ots fit Sweaters  T0000��*.if00''!rrff****'***'yr ", ����"���,("""  0-00000000000%ii000*t0a����i0**li00*��**i**0**��**f��  ���*��000t000^^0jtt0t00tr0000iii(r,f0m00��00*'rir00rliipf��tfe^0000r^    t|  V7     - |   f JVlniiy, Oilier Ituitia ul,  a. '/- '*���;"*";/���". A-' ''W" ^^'^F^ |n��5REAT-'S^V)NGs( '���  ,   tvaen'6 and Boys'  |��ans  Men'i. ulupo dunlin, Run. $7.99 Cleerou) 5,44,  boy.',' strlpu dunlin   Rep, K.99, Cleqrijul 4,89,  Mon'i. chricl<s,"l<erl,  VIM ���        Clcorout 5,44  Uoyt,' chliclo., Run  '.1.6.99   .        Cleoroiif 5,88  Mun't  Mimll  theclu..  Rum    */ 99  j ,i Cluareul 5,88  boy:.  Milpn dun.', pools,  Rut),   $7,9.9  q|(iarpM| 5,44  Howick   Riilitis,   boy,'.'   In   i.o|u|   colouri..   Rno,  VJ 97     , Clearuur 2,8fl  flowlck  Rnluii,,  Mcii'n  ||t%ol|rl  coloitm.  Ihtp.  ���y 9ft ' Clwaro.it 5.08  MfcN'b ��i|OVIib,  HOYS' WhOVtb.'  Clean-up pr)��o 88c  C|eon-up prlco 77c  $M.^fi  YOUR fc  MlbbtS'    I'ANf   bill IS,    iwmiil.    Rep,    piJto  ,yj7 97" Cleon-tip pike 18188  IiiiIi,   wlnlei ��� i.oulii ,WM   lllOK,   Fntiy  i.ti'llor,  .Rei^'piKi) .1.19,91), ��� C|apii-u|i.piU'b 14,88  rvion's Sid Jacliots  |i|0',(   hlylnn, wni'lr ��m| v/lnd leNlMuiii,' Rmi.'t,  ���,10.98.-.   ...,-'      . .,�� : Cleou-up prlca 6,88  " '���'.,'        , |  tlylun, lluei.e IiikmI   Kmi   $|.) 911  :' Clupn-ifp-pilce 9,98.  I00';i   Uiipnni Nylon, biliconr v^alcr tcprtllcnl  i-"r/rttl  wind   tr?��.l!.tirrit    )>r,��iy    $17,99,     O  C|ean.|ip j|ii|cu J 2,88  Moii.'��. Ii|i llni.'il VlVh   \Wi,   1.7,911,;        *  I " , Cl��qn��up price 6,44  Mun'ij Hyiim y/i|i| |i|i,|wt, HiibiJ, jiuy, w/Imi  '  , Cluui)-iip pilco, 10,80  Boys' 6kl Jaqkefs  F19H1  poclcels,   bolted wuinl,  walcr  repo||qnl.  Rop. -tfW '-"������ "     '"  FIcocu ||pcdf  pacK��l|i( qnd  bfl|t,  Rep,   $9.39  Clodn-up price 6.80  |O0%   Or|c;p   P|K   Hfja'co   llrmd,   cplpi'irlqjf.  Rufj, $U98 C|e��r-i|p price AM  Bqypr Sweaters  SlocvelOT' |Ji)|lQYt''��f   0Rsl.   C(i|()ilf��  and  ��Ims.  kCleon-up prfco 2,4^4   j(  V need cqidlpan, iir��yi 0^BRhi ��r TP'I.  Clean-up price 3.80  V neck ctiWlriOn, Willi boll, Cfpon-pp price 5.80  / ' '  y necH pullover, wl|h ��|oevo��; ,  !        i, Cloari'Mp price i'M  Girls', Jackets  ' (00% Nylon, wniur upd wln'if rut*|��tui|l. Rep,  $9 98 ,CM��|.,ip pd'u 6.80  HVlni)'(.Imll,  p��lyflil��r f|||ml.  Hoi),  $10,98  i Cloqn-up pr|ce 7,77  .,,������,.,,����,��.�����...,,.,�����,,��,,.,.-,rf,,*.p,l.v.,W^^^^^^ , I  HyM/ fion't hoekol* ond holleil'wd)M,.'Ren,  *IO.y��f,  . .   .,'"       ,,.   ."   C|Cur,:im prlcp 1,11  Unhy't, ^ricMd.'.liPiirl. qitllli'd inil.Rt, |tep, $9,98. '  I ''        Cletih-Mp Rrico AM  fliildion's ilJcltrjt  u\\�� hot/if pp(| iiii|||f!il jr)*ld�� ,  H��p. $9,98     /  u jC|e��n-Mp pi|ce ^,88  BAHV'S IIUNIIIiq IIAQ- F^rlwl. Hon,  $9.99  Cloan-up price A.88  <i��rl��' coot  onr) tipt,  fiiH',  rnachlnr? wadwblo  H��wr %����� Cleanup pi|cu 0,1)8  t-iiili' Aid |ocM;'fur )ln'^l. R��ni. $7.98.  ��� , Clo��in-i)p prlcrn 4^8  CI|||i|ibV* enrd |'<��nl|. v    Cloori'Up price 2,4.4,  llne.l Coii| f'opli.; Clpep-up, prfco %M  i  (1HCD  'i  TRAll ^AV CENTRE, SECHjEi,T  ���J  i ���,.  PHONIE 00^-2333  * i  ���Mh.iMhjfll' ^L jfc' A.  *,  ifci i^i �� Jti, iWi.HtHirftlilll Page'B.     ^    ��- The Peninsula Time  . j    Wednesday, January 6, 1971 ���*- --  5a/eM*tori��g  Paul SUMerre  �� * *  .��<  \i  O'  V  ^FEEJP-hoIe driving"' is one of. the rnost  v ' dangerous, of ftjl "winter sports''"and  'clearly marks the inexperienced jncttovist,  says the B.C.. Aqtp^obile Association^ s  ** "Drivers who. do .ner mora than l\xvix  3i4-w4pensiLto^pake sryi^ll  Boles to peep through after a snow 1611  certainly snq.w their inexperience," the  auto club says. ''In icy weather'we see  ^these^sairte drivers scrape clear only- small  areas on th�� windshield ,ahd ��r'y to navit  gate before the defroster. has a ctiance  to clear the windshield."       " *   .  Pointing-put that a motorist is just  asjUng for trouble if he can't also see  to the sides and behind him, the #CAA  says: "The good driver knows -*he must  be" able tp. see in all directions. You'll  never,? find an expert driver in oa "sncnv-  covered vehicle practising v ^'peep-hole:  driving.' '' . ���  "Throughout the winter, make a h.abH  of removing all snow from all wi'ndows  and from as much of your car as possi'.iie  Snow left on the. hood-can blow back  against the windshield when you are  moving along. Snow on your car's roof  can be .blown off and may hit another  car.'"    ���        >   '-  V  u  \ \  0  /   i  L  *  "w  U  [���  \  \   I  ��� an' elected' bffiuia^ defined .'in  as /'a ji-cink-aind-fUe* nien-Tber of  "U    ~-  ������J  \ -'  V.  r  i *--  J i  ���  \  Sponsored by  SkEl"   '������ - ���   ij  SICNEL? ROD &  GUIM CLUB  Commences Feb.  1st, '7t  Information;  Box 377, Sechelt, B.C.  or Phone 885-9787  Olubirig  Dare  for Application    i  January  12,   1971  *N '  ,'\  a  ���*"\  ^  I      P  \^A  CANADIAN.} voter's direct voice \n federal   government   is   his   Member   of  Pailiiimeht, in; most oases a backbencher,  Webster's  a legislate,'': ���" v.' ���','' :���-. .' ;. ' '  - $ut i\qw effective Ms the bacls;behcl*T"  ev's rble in the --democralii!. processin  this eja of constituttonaif change, at a  time when*'extra-parliamentary-" t'rilics  Eire; questioning the ralevancfe of the tva-  dit|oiVal democratic  process:"itself? ' "  CQC television .puts tho._backbencher  into, perspective in a, two-hour CBC While  Paper documentary to be colorcast - on  the national network Wednesday,' Jan.  (i from 8 to 10 p.m. The special information program, .subtitled The Noblest of  Callings . . . the Vilest of Trades, offers'  a" backbencher's eye-view of his oyvii role  and in evance in parliamentary- government today. The Subtitle is a "quote Mom  'eminent Canadian historian-journalist  Goid<win Smith ,(1832-191-0) cotnmenti-ng'  on the 'aflT.of politics'.. '  The CB.~ ,adcumeAJary *. juxtaposes  newsreel and hisU^fStf^Pilm with new  footage of backbencher MPs representing the major political parlies pursuing  their "duties on Parliament, Hill uiui in  their constituencies. It'also''compares and  Contrasts  Ihe  Canadian MP's  views  with  winner of a recent by-eleeUtuTlo^fHl tho  federal seat left vacant by no>^Premier  of Manitoba, Ed {Schroyer; aiuiSGilbert  F. Rondea'u' (Social Qredit Rally Credit-  site'- - Shofford), 42-year-.iilc|���MPjw-st el-.-  (ecl"eci hi 1062. " .    -'  ItHhe U.K., CBC-TV. citmeAus recorded the activities of veteran backbencher  .Major Sir E. A. Hi .���(flamy) . I.egge-  Boui'lte, Conservative MP representing  the Isle of Ely since ��� 1045. &Bir. Harry,  chairman of the offidaW association of  Conservative backbenchers, ��� was filmed  '.a'tTending a "Conservative. Party conference in Blackpool last October. For ���the  views qf a U.S" backbencher tl\e .program', visited Congressman DonaJd *W.  Itiegle,"' Jr.; Republican'' roprttsentalive  from Flint, Mich' i.n the Hm+se (if Representatives who was recently re-elected  lor a-third  term.  s��  =sMiho6e=^f==a==r��n?lfbon eher���BT4ti#FHVrP=grrd-  a  United,-Slates Congressman.  In    Canada,    the    program    covers    a  score  of  MPs,/four   in   particular.  They  SECHELT 'THEME'  ���    PRESENTS    ���. '*  II  ii  STARRING      ,  Anthony Quirtn and Michael Coino  _     ���      -4R��S^irTEni  JL  Steam Cleaning  Esslemont Equipment  Services Ltd.  Portable Steam Cleaning Service  ���    for  Heavy Equipment - Automobiles  te^Neuses=i  For particulars St estimates call  886-2784  Christmas Eve happiness  Laurie Evans family Sechelt was  winning the full ,c��4&r television set'  opening gift from the-merchants of  Trail Bay Centre, PromUy��at 3 -p.hi."  Mr. Dick Clayton plunged his hand,  in to tile huge box of ticketsxand wim'-*  drew the lucky one_ which brought  the happy family to the Centre to  iclaim tne- prize' which really made  their Christmas. From left are Stephen, Mr. Laurie 15vans, Mary, Mrs.  Eileen Evans, Mark, Peter and.Mi\  Christmas Present  for the    Clayton. The Evans' farnily also have  an"ololeiu son Michael and everyone  .shared a little happiness just watching the joy on the faces of the ybun'g-  sters, as ^ they admired tlieir brand  "UW'Set:' ' ----���������-'-��� V;^--- ���*���-���   --:*V--v.'---  are Paul SI. Pierre (Liberal - Coast Clul-  cotin), 47ryear-old journalis)- and author  of. several succes'sfii^ CBC film dramas,  first elected lo (lie House of Commons  ���;i.n 19ti8; James McGrath (PC - St. Joli^s  Jfiast),- 3fi-yeaivold "MP first elected in  J9f)7;.'Uouglas Howfand  (NDP - Selkirk),  A n n I r\ torJ^t-^ajiu^^tirBr^-lilt-Le-ftai  gen< It uses just about the same amount  of oxygen as it. makes. Old trees are; most  concerned with surviving. They grow  very_ tittle,       _,,. vj,. ....'.. ...  s.  Bloke C. Alderson  DC.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pott Of lice Building Sechell  .  Phone 885-2333    -  Rei. B86-2321        ;     ~     r  ^Tucidoy to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  SotClidoy 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 pTm.  .     EV6NIN&5 BY APPOINTMENT  Cart-oen  Starts 8 p.m.  Cinchiabcopc - Golor  Out 10 p.m.  %  Friday, Saturday, Monday,  January 8th, 9th and 11th  i *  , .,.��- .       r.  COMING* SMOWS   IN   ORbERj  "The Secret World"  plus  ;",ToMan's Deadly Silence"  .  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