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 ���"���TT1*"  wvywv  ' * - T - -  ! f --��T- j  < I *..  ",       --���        , , - f  A.t - -    ��� i. ^       v. ��  &      A,     * ���    " "-       -. ���       ��� ���    j .v -v     ' ,<.������.���������    Vs,*..- .��'���**, *>. ** *  �� ' ��� I        -   ,    ' ' " i' ^ ' "  ..    ���       >������-    '    '   /\ '       - ," West, n&nadian Graphic* Industries Ltd,��    , . i     '  j  *  Gravel war  -Environmental' control body  offers Regionql Board .help ���  West C&flftdi&n Graphic .Industries Ltd, f  1606 WpaVSth Ave;,'  Vancouver 9, ,D.C, v.  >���*  t t  LOCAL mombois of an anti-pollution  group piotesting the proposed gravel  operation in the Sechelt area have, it appears, called in the 1iig gun of the organ!"  nation which has now added whatever  weigh! it might cany to the molests -  Executive":director of the organisation  known   as   SPEC,   D.   Mallard,   has   fof-  ./warded a letter "fto the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board, together .with eopieli to.  a multitude of bodies* throughout- the  prqvincc,' w'hich ".indicates   his  organ&a-  ���  lion is better qualified to decide, on wil'  tissues than our officially- eloetjed representatives.        .  . t     ' I I;  The .local  protesters have, from  time  to time, made representations for support  . to radjo and TV stations as well as the  daily press, so far .'hi little avail.      .  \The Hcgionar Board "has made clear,  after considerable discussion and investigation discussion  and  investigation,  that  - it does not oppose the proejct in principle.  TlreBeclieJl and District Chamber of Commerce sent, representatives to--Vancouver  to discuss the matter with one-gravel  company involved and returned 'satisfied,  Ihe operation would be clean and. not,  detrimental to the 'area. Further, a substantial number of jobs win* be created  which in turn wilt aidj^iejocal economy  to no small degree. ���"-������  * Any such^penumhJFoday conies'under  stringent regufaTiorisjUul it has repeated--  ly been made clear that far frorri degrading the area to be mined, the project will  eventually result in an improvement in  that a mountain of rock"will be converted  to good residential building land..  Letter to the  Regional Board  states:  I The  probable development of a  massive   gravel   pit  operation   in  the   Selma  Park  area of  the Sechelt   Peninsula  has  been   noted  by   this Society.  It is the firm contention of SPEC that,  prior to the initiation of any development  which  may adversely  affect a  local en-,  yironmenl,   there .should ...be., -a  complete  ecological study carried out. Such a .study  will establish the state of that environ-,  ment  and, from  this, can be determined  what safeguards will be necessary-to protect   that   environment.   Additionally,   in  those  circumstances  wherein   local  ecbk  ogical systems may suffer some temporary  degradation,.such a study would consider-  what   rehabilitation    programmes  shoula  be applied. ,  Since there does not appear to be any  evidence of such it study, this Society,  therefore, considers the Regional Board  should commission a study, An appibaclY  to the. problem in this manner will most  certainly exhibit an attitude of ecological  integrity and will be applauded by many.  The Sechelt Peninsula is without doubt  an area for pleasant living in addition  to being a recreational area. The develop-  pipnl of the. giavef pit and its associated  duck; gould wfcll he, the harbinger to other  |nditstvia,l envelopment whicTT- would  -detract fiom the previously noted aspecls  of this area, Consequently, this Society  asks if a cost/benefit analysis involving  the. afore-meiitlofiSd factors has been oai -  fied -our'- If wPapswer .is negative, this  Society strongly repoinme'nds that such  an analysis be initiated immediately.  -* ������ R wouid appear that Regional District  mefUhers have soine-resp.onsibili,ly towards  the citizens, the electors, within then  Pjstrict. It is, therefore, pot unreasonable  to, Expect the District Board members to  permit full publication of all facts and  .ailoty public hearings pertaining, to pro  posed iarge developments befor  become a faft accompli. Ha  been published by the Reg  Has there tieen a pablic hearing in the  District /< ���    '   ���  In summary, SPEC recommends the  following and in' (his order;-   *   ,  ��� I-. An ecological study ip -the. area of  the gravel pit and marine loading facilities  :pllis a study' of the rehabilitpition programme proposed by Construction Aggregates. '  2. A cost/benefit analysis of the Sechelt Peninsulan Industrial Development  versus recreation and non-industrial living" areas.   '" L     ���  . 3. Publication of the tacts resulting  from  1. and 2.  4. > A public hearing to discuss the  evolved  facts. ���    '       ��� .  5. That among others'within the teams  for accomplishment, of items  e shah1 be: i  ity Faculty ' ' ���  Union Representation  Indian Band  Representation  Citizens Environmental Group  Representation  Ip order to clarify  details,  the  Provincial Executive"of SPEC will be pleased  to provide support to the Gibsons Landing  SpEC   branch   by   sending  a   multi-  disciplinecf team of qualified  experts  to  a discussion  with  the   Regional   District.  Such . a  discussion, should  be preferably-  public.  We   trust   you   will   accent   our   rec-  berving the'Sunshipo Coast, (riowo Soupd. tq JurVis Inlet). Including Port Moilon, Hopkins' Uandlpo, Gfopfhams Landing, Gibsons, Robots Creek,  Wllbon Creek, SelrpQ Ppfk. Socheh, HqltrnPRn ^ay, Seprpt Cove, Ponder Harbour, Mac|alra_Pork+rK|ejndalQ, Irvine's Landing, Ear|-Covo, Egrponl  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST,^ VolurnP 8, No  - 2nd C|ass Mpfl ^  Roai*trp^or\'|So. H42>  Union  *���&&'  This Issue 0 Pages  Labpl  12c  Wednesday) jAnuary*20, i?^i  >A  I i  , \ h-^Il  lining io pro-     ^^ ��.\\    ',11.,   J"~  fore situations - H \\ '. ' \t    '   ~"  lave  all  facts    (' H It       ' ..   " -*-V  linlial Board?    ^ *��� \l J/     ;-^ _ ,    ,  i  Ai  ���-V  .'0.  1  n  * vV��  t ��� -  ���.v"  U  Private waler line  K  / M   r^  ^ ,  S-.  0  '-..V  so selei^ed   ..  1 and 2,\bere  a) Uuivers  b)  c)  d)  1 t m  Tlfc  ,r;  ^ ��>  /-  C:i  4 m ���������*��� o      -   **m        Si*M  S0U(v  ALDERMAN Charles MandelKau, P��I^PT>?-  council water    committee    Qhah'man,   .  was asked at last regular counf-il rheetipg  1o investigate, apd report this werik op.a  .request for, a water hodk-up'by residents,,,  of  Hoiigh Road. ..  Signed ..by/four households,' request: ���ivtis'  . for permission to hoolt up to the existing  ^wateri line, at Pratt and l^carton Roads.  With a private line. Council was '"also, asked -  for", information regarding: Cost* of such  hook-up/trust of water rates per resident, ���  size aii(| type of plastic .pipe' required,  depth line would have to 'lie buried and  what protection would there be against  persons wishing to hook-up to the .private  line,  Council has recently laid a new water  line down Pratt Road in order to provide  a reasonable water supply previously  deteriorating lo a trickle due to'collapse  of the old line.  BC Tourist Directory  1971 edition now out  ';' - i H  2,000     governineht -approved  acconlmodalion  establishments  in the 1071 edition ofifhe British  Tourist Directory, just off  tlie  Enthusiasts  Model airplane ftying is a fa^phjalt-  ing hobby and there w&s pienty p.  interest in Sechelt on Sunday vyihgn  Rick Clayton, ,W/ayne Campbell and  Dave Bredefelti tfied~(fut their new  planes at Trail Bay Centre-tpokirtg  disgruntled  is ' the  family  pgt who  1970 "Bare Bones'  ommendation and offer of assistance. was told to keep his nose out of things.  -j,-- J*-���:��� ~���      ������'��� ��� . r��� ��� v" r ��� s��� ���..,..   .- ,.'���'  . ���. -  Wo overspending .... . ,  1970 pared down Budget "^  proved more than adequate  pujnls���:$3,352,   auxiliary  i  fire "Report  Thit'ly-one fires and' toil \emoiijency  (-alls were handled by Gibsons Volunteer  Fire Departinent in 1070. Knio/jjuncy calls  included two bomb hoaxes at the hijjli  school, three motor vehicle accidents and  fivu iiAftS calls. Pirus included three com-  nicrciul, sixteen .bush fires,' ftijjhf house  fires, TYiiiujor and fi minor, three our  ~f|roiii unTl~nun~bnrrr-firer" ^���   FOR THE second successive year, Sechelt  School District has carried over a surplus to the provisional budget. lSven more  surprising this year is the $51,723 operating surplus fotjl.070 budget which was  described last yeai; by trustee Barry Jenks  as a minimum budijel, pa.red down lo  the lione. <,  ' " Not one section of |ho 1070 budget was  oyerspenli the m��|y seefioii cormntt close  to it was the Repair and IViuinlenanco account which showed a $12 stir plus,   ���-..  pining  1000  the  Instruct ion  Account  ' V/as oyerspupl by j$l'12,(IHp, Inust year Iho  Iiislniclion Account showed u surplus of  $111,004, j  Careful   ciintrol   of  expenditure   ajso  revealed  the following surplus ainruin.iii;  -Adin'hi-i'Htr-ntlf-iri^lVloar^mq^tlijn^^O^  conveyance    'df  survicesi���$5]S;'  Salary increases and increase in trans-s  porta lion  costs account,  for most  of the  increases in Ihe  107J   provisional  budget  given as follows:        v . ,  SURPLUS of $51,723 -in the operating  section of Sechelt School ..District's  "bare bones" budget of lfM), was a surprise feature of tlje (Oil provisional  budget approved by trustees on Thursday  of las I ��� week.  Dosi)ile last year's -surplus, the operating seel ion of tlie 1071 budget estimates  ������ is still in excess of tlie maximum allowed  by the provincial government under the  ���school district finance formula intro'duced  iff-1068.  .'"Sechell School District's estimates Tn  the operating secliOn of the budget stand  ���at $i;B85,4ftfi which is $202,4(55 in excess  =iif   the   maximum   allowed   by   Victoria.  Deduct ing  the  1070 surplus the district  faceb an ovgr expenditure ol 1150,742;, the  1070 1070 1071 raceb an ovpr cxpenpuure oi a>ioM,|ftis, me     ii jiW>�� Acr ^��i-' i'n^n'  K^n-'.Anj* " K��)t||T)jitt!s     Bxp.     ^tlmalc;^)pwc��i' yc| sipco h^jlgdUctioi^ qf'tbia :n^*  Admin ��� 100,705  Jnslri|c(iqn 1,21111,350  Operation , 210,300  Rep. & Main. 1011,24ft  Conv. of Pup. 115,050  Atjx. Sc'rv, 11,130  Non-gper. (G) 44,417  Debt Surv: 100,572  r^r}n-Shai;cable  Capital    1,     ���      nil  |02,4��aori  1,21 )(2��0. j 3  200,H20.0a  100,233.11  111,007.511  10,017^  52,l03.(ili  I III), 101).-II  nil  ^TjaUil  110.020  1,343,035  217,010  iio.djo  W.730  12,250  50,0(10  11111,7115  -nf?  .11003,010 1,004,27(1,4(1 y.bil.Ult)  i  I'!  '!'  ')  1 1  A  L'   '  h  f  q_  I}**!,-  "�����-  SV'f:;  fprmuhh onM Mi's ��mt��Hrtt^hfla ^;be:^��l!d''  ip Rill by local taxpayers.  This week both Sechelt. and G)bsniis  village councils arc being risked lo approve Ihe over'expenditure.' In 1070 Ihey  approved a net local unfit of $214,000 and  iii 1000, the sum of -$2��l,7,l0.  Tfmr)0 the School Hoard wns not overspent in any sect ion n.( l|ic budge) oxcopi  ,, Iho ��� Buulion   which   is  a  ,self-ljrju'|idultug  ticVoiHit   (loallng with -Mich Imallprs   as.  lid ti 11 education.'     .     ' - . U  PROVINCIAL AVERAGE  I [Kipiii'li,iieiil. ol cdiiciilion ii|li'oiiii'':i:i|  ti'lu new I'liliiiicc foiiiiulii (it 11 liim: whuii  Kdliool dislrlcl budgets were i.pinilliug  ill 'iiniijiir|iil^l'iilc, Tlie basic oiliienlinii  cost in fiaiiiiil on a provincial nvni-agi: mid  (!iii!ji district iiiiiy exceed Ihn cosl of the  basic (:(lu(;nlioii|i:(ml by ton per coii|, any-  liiiiig over Iluii ainiiiiiil Inc. lo be piiid  ciiliicly by Incul Inxiiiiyiiiii II liniiil conn  ills viz 1 |l ni'il' nppiovc 11 )��f! iivci (��� :< 1 ? (��� 11 (1111 (1 <:.  Uli: nitilhir is decided by rcleroiiiluiii in  llic hchonl duJiicl. , , ",.,..  tiliiHii cohI of llii) hiiMf pi'iigniiiiini:  (npuraliiig) I'l/r Sechell School l^lnlrli'l foi  lll7l,.;ilc|(;iliHiT(!i| by Iho liopiirlinciil- ul  Miliiciilloii 11, 1111 follows. i<i.'clioii^ A In D  which inchulci, (iiliiiinlsliiilioii, iin<li||(  Hon, iipci'iilioii uiul iiiiiuilciHUiiii $l,'|:|ll,ll7li  (Hcliiiol Ihi.liicl ci.linwilc In ^1,7111,IVIW  Triiiii.piii'liillon,  $lil,l)lill ,  1U1 lii/ul   Im.'.Iih I  introduction of.the new finance tormufa7"  has been .for it tu fall. In 1009 iI was 33.83  and in  1070 the mill rate in the Sechell  School District was 30,03, lower than the  provincial average of 31.81.  Gross estimate'for Ihe total 1071 school  budget is $2,131,181) as compared to  $1,003,1)10 for  1070.  School District Secretary Treasurer  Jim Metzler points out thai the two  significant factors affecting the taxpayer  are: The steady decrease in over expenditure over the, last three years. Also  the low increase of 5 per cent in the- -net  budget   for  1071.  The net budget is obtained by deducting surplus-���and revenue apd for 1071  stands, r at   . $l.,|l0p,B2B    compared    with  NEARLY  tourist  are listed  Columbia  presses.  Popularly known as the "Green Book",  this .centennial issue contains visitor information on all areas of the Province.  It lists all sani-statjon facilities, Provjnphit  and" National Parks, ferry information,  transportation-companies operating in, the  Province, and gives useful hints apd facts  ..on all prominent centres and ^fej^*S1S^rr-  maps and a list of licensed guides are  contained in the - 150-pagc NjooUlet, of  which 7.r)()-,Q0'() copies r are -SYillSWs. ?0!'  national and international distribution.  Hon. W? K. Kiernan says the Depart-  , Cflbsqps council this week received  approval by ihe Inspector of Muhicipai-  ilies for the sacond by-law providing for  trealwenl plunl and suwer sej'vice as  provided Jn the -pollulioil coplrol bylaw.  The bylaw might now be advertised and  lender's sought..  men I ol "Travel- Industry continues to find  a broad and demanding interest in the  .directory It is held in high esteem by  British Columbia's guests, and is the official travel guide  for the province.  -"The directory will' fill an even jTiore '  v'i'fal role during this great year in  our  history ". says Mr. Kiernan.  Kin naed velujiteers  fprlpIhQr's MarclL  SECHELT���Volunteers are needed for the  annual   Kinsmpn  Mothers'   March   in  ���Sechell. February 1-  Kinsmqn CJlUb president Ron iyiarsholl  .'���''���Mrfr.lfiHljp^iS'niih.^  rajsa fimds /ue rph3b||jtji|.i(ni qf. j-hp physic  cally haiKlitlappcd. ,,..,..,,,>  Marshall noted that, in all, some 10,(100  mothers  will  bo  un   the murch  in   B.C  Moms and others wishing lo vojunlccr  to help arc asked lo contact Sechell cam-1  pnign chairman Duvii Boig at "WH5-H7I1,  StahilizeSsignals  L_  Coast Cable Vision plans  higher towers ".J'ojr Gibsons  '   X  ,m  ��*  I'iflliiiiilc,'    $1117311)  $|ll,3IH| (School Hi,-, 11  mim/hAtk  ll ih nol ycl, 1 #(>.'��������  on llni mill rub! tin  Au*l  irl oi.i  In iy  Ininii!  liC| V|(.'(!|.,  '$i2,:ii)iii  l/lc  III lui/.iiril   II  HHCMi  'lllll' l|'l!||(.l   Hilll'li   Hid  COAST Cubln Vlsioii has announced  thai the company plans lo cruel addl-  lioiuil l,i)W(!'rs on liii! uppur s|(i|i(iii of Mount  Ellibiii^loiiii, in lis cf'J'iirls In I'liibili/i: (.!/(���  mi If.  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'-1-*  ^OMrftl^lth^ ft* *>****10* *l  *i^��<A^  ./'  I  ���* ��� I'  *   ' - * j^ jPy fe The foninsuh Times, Wttwrtay, Jqmiory tT,, ~. REALESTATE (ConHnued)  tr'_n_' 97-      *'.'..    ',��.'"'      ��i"i,'*.^^        P^NDlSR Harbour���3  hedr'nv,  highway, 4 acres owr 2l]u it.  waterfront.  Jack  Noble,   809-  '2701.  Rochester  7392.  s. a ___     :                ��� _d : ��_.-  _  4*      I  Clarified  MMMM>t��MIIM��l��IW'U^^"W��*��'>��wl,,"*"lVM'*w*"*l''*��'*IMMII��l��IMV��IMMIM��IMW  RIAL ESTATfc (.Cont)  EXCELLENT   commercial   lot  ��� .eVntrfi 'Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. Alt  services   available.   Box   1104  1104-tfn  PETS  Realty, 93^"   Peninsula Times,  j��7aa Wn  I  ** I  . Published Wednesdays by  4>ftfhsh1;Pf "insula Times Ltd.,  i> %'.See.helt, B.Q.    .  '���;��� EitabUslVed 1963  OBITUARY (Continued)  ���-a-AClWRR, Village .of Sqpholl,  CHARLES ENGLISHPITD.     *l?v��lod _\��pw   property,^ un-  SNOW WHITE    '  SAMOYED PUPS  Uefiisteivrt purebred from 'one  of tho he^t  lines .in Canada.  fhonc aaii-auio,        'anou-ii  Re.al E.state>vt, InsuvahCX?  "sltNliYCRES^  MUSIC  \  Member, Audit Bureau    ; ../.'  v tj'l Circulations   ".  ,. ' September 30* 1970  ! Gross Circulation ^$20  ���" PaidfClrcwMion 2446 i  As filed with-the Audit Bureau  .  of CirculQtiony subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates;  3-Une Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion   - ..���_���'$1.00  Three Insertions ..���.'.  $2.00  '���   Eyrra lines: (4 words) ..J_- 20c  I    (This rate does not apply to  /--j*      ,. commercial Ad-Briefs)'  Box Numbers ���...  10c extra  ,t,.^t?ifA^00^"He6Pin9 charge is added.  far Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or  Reader   advertising   35  per count line.  . Subscription Rates^-  By Mall:  Ldlcal Area  -, $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area . $7,00 yr.  U.S.A. .->.; . $9,00 yr.  Overseas     $10.00   yr.  ~JpOTpfft���Qn JanTwry -. 8th,_ SUNNYCRES'T   SHOPPING  ��� 1-971,  Jc^lf tfohrrsou   of  Se-      . CENTRE  chelt,   B,C.0 survived   by   her hiiwdiw rp'  /hustand, Sam. Requiem, Mass aSa^ -^<-  .;was .held on Sunday, January     , .    ���     m-^m ���-%,.  *'17-th from t^f/Chapel of Se-    lanqDALE HEIGHTS;* Good  teliA-.He!''11'1      ^��0? ���    ***** love)   lots;   fully 'se^  hev.--Father.8imB50p7rittiqwt.    ]ped   0lVly  five  left   at ��� $2,350  . PH   im������. S^0������i)fcm���0    with. $500   down.   You* won't  see these prices- aga'in.   .,       ;  886-248!  mn^ef  Tm^r^��     HOPKINS    liANDING: 'view  Lloyd .Franklin. Roberts,  ut    highway ilocation. Only $^,201).  doy.olopod.   $10,000   cash. HW  filHQ-,' o,u Box ail),' The Times;   -'"'-'- ���'  -  SephettrJB^r ���77���^TlVlim-rlT~-W^^OB  ed. InteVrnent Sechelt "Reserve  Ceinetery. H&v^ey ��� Funeral  Hoine, Gibsons, directors,  -       5821-8  Tu ttt>dr-ret>ah'ed-&-  refinished   '     prbfesslonally.  P.h. 8(15-01130. ;..    '     5flB5-tfp  ���PIANO for sale, reeanditiuuect.  Ph.  885-OOafi. ."-���       -5775-T  '.       '��� ' <s��  ��� ��� ���-"���     _ 1i'-,J.^ ���,������;������,,",��� ,.��� ������;. ���f ,,.,���.���.���.���,.,._  GUITAR KESSONS & FID-  DUE LESSONS- -Folk, Ccum,  try, Blues,   Classical    Guitar.  Private lessons $3.50 hour  trade plan. For information ? (advanced). Group lessons $1.50  0a.}t ,Fred' Harestad, '885-241.8.   "hour    tbeginhing).   For  more  ���TEN wooded acres hear'Hab-  ,:  erts'Cre^k fuj^-sate, $8,000.*  Ph.   783-8983   (VSneoiivevV:<���  :      ���������'.     5813-iaa.  MOVING to.Vancouver area?  I have many new honies lo  ���cho.ose from $19,000 up! Tak��.  ^clv^utage  of   our   nonprofit  Gibsons, B.C. Survived by his ��  loving wife Jean, 1 son Fvank-  lin, 4 daughters, Barbara,., PITT ROAD: ,27 aeres of:  Beverley, ,Gai|/ Valerie, 'all at"-.'! beautiful view property.  'home;^ahd^r^J:othei> ahd 1 sis- Partly .cleared for dividing."  " Overlooks Vancouver and wa-  880-2481  ROAD:   -27  Gnlft  Realty    Ltd.,    581-11(16  0408  Scott  Road,   Delta,  B;G;:  '.'��� .   ��� ���'     5777-9  Special Citii^nsj  Local  Area  Canada   ._..  By  Carrier^   :���$3.so  r. $4.00  60c mo.  Copyright. and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and ;other material appearing in  this edition of the "SSchelt Peninsula Times Ltd. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  ��,any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic .or offset process  fn a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  Subject to recourse "lh law.  SecheTt Peninsula Times Ltd.  ��' '! ," ' "���   '  COMING EVENTS  SEE. Twilight 'Theatre  ad   in  this   paper   for   coming   attractions.  Phone  88G-2827.  . ,, 5816-8  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .   .   .is   pleased  to   sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends fBest Wls'ties to tho happy  parents.  REEVES���Barrie and Marion  are pleased to announce the  birth of their' daughter Julie  Ann Elizabeth, (1 lbs. 11'>i ozs.  born on January 12, 107L _a_  sister   for  Richard. 5824-08  .'.�����"��������'������  f CARP OF THANKS  WE WISH to express our sincere thanks and apprccin-  tion to our nclghhor.s, relatives and many friends from  near iuul far who wore so  kind tii us (hiring our recent  bereavement, und nilso fur the  heiuitlfuf floral nfl'iM'ing'H._Rjn_f>_  rial thanks to ihe llov."Dennis  Popple; Hoyul Canadian I.o-  gion Branch 1011 anil Ladies  Auxiliary, ;nnd In the inany  piM��|)ltt w.b'o' iliiiiiiind, in lieu of  flowers, in I In- llnaii Puundii-  lion llirou'gh Branch 101) L,A,  - --1 Very I Wi'lhniiiH and family, ltobcrls Creek.        fill I a-'ll  ter. ��� Mr. .Roberfs -was secretr  ary-lreasurer of the Royal  Canadian Legion, Branch 109.  Funeral'service was held Friday, January 8, at 2 p:in.,  from the Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons, Rev. .Dennis  Morgan officiating. " Crema-  tioh.' .   '    5820-8  ANNOUNCEMENT  . l07T~CENf ESN1AL   CALEN-  DARS, reacfy for Christmas  Mailing.    $1    (includes    Pro'v.  Tax).  Available  at  the Municipal Office, Gibsons.   5592-tfn  MR. l^ND MRS. Archie Walk-  er of Madeira Park are pleased lo announce the engagement of their only son Roger  II. Wallker to Miss Marjorie  Joan Bent, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Charles Bent of  Hauey, BC, Wedding to be  in early Spring. 5809-8  MR. AND MRS.- Archie Wa 1 k-   er pf Madeira    Park    are  pleased to announce the en-  g u g o n^w4n^*��^alMWir^44aaA^dafe��,  ghter April J, Walker to Mr.  Boyd Bennett,,.son of Mr. and  Mrs. E. Widman of Prancis  .Peninsula. Wedding plans to  be   announced   later.       5810-8  ters.  $50,000,  '    .880-2481"  HIGHWAY - VIEW   PROPERTY:   2V>j   acres   cleared   and  with   access  road.   $10,000,  ��     .   880-2481  SELMA   PARK:   View   home  with    sunkefiS-feR,    2   bedrooms,    utility    and    carpo'it.  Lot size  110x200. $35,000 with1-  $12,000  down.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Well,  built 2 BR house on a nice  lot. Good garage! Elect. heat,  EIIW etc Film, and ���appliances included in $12,000 FP.  ' ,-f 88-2481  CHECK THESE FOR YOUR  ACREAGE PLANS: Ueid Rd.  2l-a acres, l(ilt'xt}25', 'view  property, $4,400. Cemetery  Rd., 2li aeres, IfiO'xll'io', vteu-  property, $:i;-300. (lower Point,  Chaster 1U1 . I0tl\2ti0', view-  property,   $5,000. :     -  -  WATERFRONT   100x200   foot  lot,  Gower   Point.  Easy  access ttrftteaeh. Write Box 57(5(1  c-o PO Box 310, Sechelt, B.C..  V '   ,~" ,5788-8  BLOCK BROS.  Phone  M^JRtfod 283-4993  collect .or  736-5933  For  fast  sefyj.ee on  all  prop  erties and  busineise's.  i i\ format ton .phone 885-9801 .<  ��� - ��� 5782-0-  ������������'��� | '        -.     '        " ,..,-���������  l..,',,   C .Mil..  SALE'OR RENT  2 BEDRO&M home on woter-  , front, Sec'hett Peninsula.  Centrnl Heating. Write . L.  Larson^ Egmont or Phone 883-  2770. ��� ,   57H7-9  c:  FOR SALE  BLOCK BROS.  4842-tfn  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT,. L3FD,  " - P.O.  BOX T23.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  Real list ate and Insurance  ��� Buying or Sailing ~  If You' Don't Try 1's First  Try   l's_Last     -  5752-tfn  FOR RENT  ^iciriCTuTe^  Ken   Crosby  Jay  Vi.sse.j-  i!8li-20!)0  885-2300  5H14-0  HALL for rent  -    'C'om.muuil.v  Mrs      Diane  2385. -  Wi-lson Creek  Mull      Coufger=  19HD   FORD' sedan,   good  funning  condition,  $200.   12' ft.  row   boat,   $45.   Ph.   886-2744.  5785-0  ^OR Electj'olux supplies phone  885-9474. .�� 47(19-tfn  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans."  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfi)  WHEEL wilh 8.40x16 part used winter I read tire. Fit  Vauxoll Victor,' $5 I unused  retread tire 7,00x14, $8. Mexican carved leather, '"qifiv^r,  $15. 4 wooden older style kit-  rhen chairs, $lli. 1 Hollywood  bed complete $35. ��� Bongo'���  drums, "near new. $14 German "TrUbilt" size 5 speaker  new, $3. Glass trolling rod  and AIpha reel, near new, $ 10,-  8115-9654. 5811-It'll  Compressed speech  Involvement  speeds learning        wins credits .  COMPRESSED v-speeoh . mny' MOUBl' and t>\nve college stu-  ���  prove to he a useful method of       dents are getting  academic  speeding up" learning for busy > credit Jor wrestling with eom-  _students ��� munily profojeros, ,  At" Michigan.State UniytM-"    A new.eoui'se n|;lhp-.Utllvpr- .  sitv  a   student   listened ' to  a*   sity of Texnst o,t Austiix is cai-  7��a   mimite'raped  loi-lCire  on"*"^^-8'1^1^   ^Cnmrriuniry   In-���  "Teachmis    -uwl     TiWhi^g'   }^W���?x*-%.,,,.,,,.     .   '..   "  .Tools.'*'. W%n the lecture was  ���    Ai"-olijt^i!t\ti%.'.-.':s.}i|flenlii'     at.  was   12Ta * MonlTrna.'r^t^^'WTrjt^t8ttyr?��Tor-,  "Tifsr~.Yeecnwd',   il  piiuutes longt'But tht| tape the helping Indians pl^n; cbmmun  .studerrKheard had iioep elec- ity btiildiug^v-'puuvseil pn o'thev  tvonieally 'edited  by random-" campuses deal\vitt^ neighboi>  ly cutting out parts of Ociiyso- 'hnoit drug pVflhlems. ...     -\-7  . neuts,,, vowels, and hes.itatio.us. ' .'",.'    .   .   .    . :��� ' ���  ��� D/r-. James L.'Pago, director  brtiur.^universijy's -InHVuption-  aL ResiHirees . Center, reports  the youth wtiS- able to comprehend at the comprosserj '250-  Words-per-rrVi'nute rate just- as  well-us h.e "would hiive at tlje.  norn'val rate of 150 worcl^ji  minute.  Anil, he, a?T9s. "rompressfid.  speech ch\e^ not have a Donald  Duck effect. It .is still clear  and   concise."  Dr. Page sees- vulvuible- qp-  phcation of tjae system. Lectures could be recorded by a  media center and compressed:  Students who reviewed the  taped lectures would, save one- ���  third to one-fourth of the 'original lecKire*^trhe.  *  11 mks si^se. >  ^  PACIFIC ffifffY LTD.  REDROQFFi''R?!iAD---l��00'fWP withyBxaS' trailer'.on  1.31  acres.  F.P. $l3,��qfj/C9ll John I. Black, 886-7244 or 886-7316.  GIBSOblS GtlNTEft���Onef of a kind'l- Note 'the' size o/ this lovely  view, landscaped and terraced lot: 76'k265'. One black to beach,  shopping,'etci Full 'pbce. $6,600 Call t-'orne- Girord, 886:7244  or 886-7760. '^^^^^1^,^^,^,.:^.,'.,'.:  RETIREMENT INN^St1WNT'^^gb5ECHELT--etose. to beach,  house presently '.lented^-Qtag^TOJper month; property could be  divided into 3 lots; iaetfTtai country sloie FP. $18^500 terms.  Call  Jack Anderson,  885-2053 or  885 2323. ^ ,..���.'   : "T  : MacGrfigor Pacific Realty Ltd.  GIBSONS DIVISION  685-3133���Vancouver direct.  i  i  BLOcretetptiY LTD.  .���    MOUR SUNSHINE COAST SPECIALISTS   '���  COME INT6 OUR NEW CATALOGSE~-L 1ST NOW  4  Mr.  PHONE COLLECT:  Mr.  B.  Good ��� 688-8796 or 687-4441  G.  Knowles ��� 291-2881  or 298-0541  evenings'1  Anderson,    885-  5455-tfn  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous ���  ., ';   Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays,  Wilson  Creek  Cominun-'  ity   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327,   888-  2343, ,.       4i)79-tfn  ".WISH   to  contact   Latter  Day.  Saints    members.    Ph.    885-  9547 or 886-2540. ..4505-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING room for  workinu yent. Clean, warm,  private entrance. All found,  -For rent al Selma Park Ph.  8H5-il535. 5875-tfn  2   BEUHOOM   api.  pi't.    stoce    and  WeM   Sechelt.   Ph  W-VV   cai-  I'ridgc,    in  885-2087."  5807-tfn  WOM WANTEP  EXPERIBjNCEfJ ^liywall aeon-"  Stic & textured ceilings, now  ��� in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  884-5:1 If).        .4208-tfn  TILLiCUM   Chimney  Service,  Eaves cleaned and repaired,  Painting,    gardening,    Janitor  -peTVleo, odd jobs etc, All worirj  guaranteed.   RU1 'Sechelt,  Ph.  HI15-21U1   prefornbly   evenlngn,'  2754-tfn  GIHSONS RU11AL:' Hrand  new "A" fraave "home. Exceptionally 'large level lot  (70x217) ft. Two street access.  Elect. Heal, 220 wiring, copper plumbing. Fluor area -Hltl  ft: Full price $12,000. Try your  offer and down ��� payment as  owner  wants quick sale.  GIBSONS  RURAL:  Attractive  well    kept    country    home.  Less than   2  miles   from  Gibsons.  Located on 2'^  acres of    house..|n S^ehVlll, area, Couple  excellent land, al) cleared a,nd    wj|ft' 2   apwU���   ohiUli-pn,   8113-  grassed.     Fenced     and    ofnss    2218.  likllt   GLENDALE   Deluxe   12'-  v5(l' house t'railer coiupleU'-  ly furnished and set up" Washer .and dryer included I'h  1188,2588.       '��� 5835-11-  '    FULLER  BRUSH  PRODUCTS "   -  Phone1 886 7293  5780:-'il  rmmes&mde&  O80  <%  WANTED TO RENT  WANTED to rent or rent with  option to buy. Two bedroom  OBITUARY  GREEN "'.'��������� 'Yin  I.M,  .iiuiuury . ,Mn  IH7I, JaiuoM Nicolsnn G.r(ien,'  lined -II yeurn'of fltb.'ionHrlV.C-'  ROBERTS CREEK  DRYWALL    '  Taping  und   Filling  by   hand  mid machine. Spray Tex Sparkle C>lllngrt.     . "    '  Phone 886-7193  Roberts Creek, B.C,  Survived   by   his   loving   wile  Chrin; three 'moiih.Miuucn; Leu  n'y   und   Hruce;   one 'aiiuii'liio  "   ly", all id home 'Three bro-'   hiiiiuhlo nibm,  1180-2:178  ffliar>rnr  M'  Hi  Ihei'H, heiinle; I bury and Mil-  xlc, Hcol-laiid, Oiiii Hlnltir,  Mih. ,. Molly Wild, Kiunliiiipn,  in'ul" ltiuhol uiii| Irene, Scot--  lanili and hlH li'iviiig piui'iil'.T,  Mr, und Mrti: ,1, Green, ftciil  IiiikI, Eiiiiorn  holil, .luiiuiiiy  ^IIW/KH pululliiii Ht decorni-  ,l* lug,  Guiiriiulciid   work,  ron-  Mna-ifn  itei'VICO    |(\VU',H  no  A  !ilh   I null/  lh  Ohiipul uf. ,11 to Iliirve.V. Eiuit'i  al , lluutd,    Gililiiiuit,    Hey, , ,1,  VVIIIIlllilHIIIl    Ol'lil'llllcil     I'll.11)11  linn, .   ' 111122-11  REAL ESTATE  AI'PROX' 21   aerer pi:imi>  future rnrildenllnl pr<>|��('rly, el-  iiYHtoi-l. vlfliW, liuie iu!cenn, cluiid  4  ' '  ' '  fenced. Full frontage on paved road. Ample communily  water. Well built (1 year <vl<|  house. Attached gnrage,' paved  driveway, work shop. Some  Ijood equipment and tools included. Ilil health neei'SMit  ntes   sale, .Fairly   priced    ul  -tUag^O'���w44-bv, ^i I (1,2511 rlnwu���  Ualnnce ...on -'icfm^-W"'-'!!"!.  GllbSONS HAY AREA: Here  Is a new Kubil'lvislon that'  bus throe beautiful view lots  iippijUJi.,, 7ll'xl2tl' wilh all Ihe  village ..ifaeilllles, Only 'minutes I'ruiu'lhe PO* llhriiry and  Ihu gtivl.' docks. Full asking  , price JiiHt $4,1)00 each,. Tunnii  can  lie arranged.  CENTRA!,    "cimSONH:     Try,  your   offer   pu   Ibis   thrue-  beditioin  OT  home.   It   ban  u  -|nrgn-rumpus~roiHU-iuid--lH-ii.|l-  oleclrle,   Us   Just   walling   fur  ,tho rlghl' liuiilly nu don't heir*  ilnle   to   cull   for   full   iiiii'llc  iilai'M.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Mullll'llo I.Wlillg Jii'l'Vlcd  IIok 21111,' (llb.'iuiui, It.l!.  MiuuImm'  d)  5754-11  CARS & TRUCKS  lllllli FORI) heavy duly .slalion  Wagon,     radio,   snow "tiros,  trailer hitch, for sale. Ph. 112-  8li;t-248l. 57118-1)  MARINE ACCESSORIES  'Paint'��� Fibfegfus'S ��� Rope -  Canvas -- Boat Hardware  Compressed 'air  service  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,  Phone 'Hflfl-IKHia,  Gibsons,   B.C.  ���     5737 TTTi  LEGAL NOTICES  appens  Willi modern equipment nnd new  muliodb things move fast in our resource  iiuliiblin.s these days,.. Hint so ihey  should Miike certain you have n ,  (.oiniunnicntions system lhat will keep '  pact With mobile riulinlclcphones  inanagonient can have firsl-  liiliul ropoeff of cluvoloiiilidnin  im llicy happen mul tlcuibiuiis  van he made oit llic bpot.  Sorviec b avtiilnhlu ul  Mnilcgu' pniiils iliioii[(li'uiil  die province, Call mil  nuukeliuii ilcpiiilincul for  (till inloi nun ion,  11)115   MUSTANG  -ti  ind   enntl  li'urnT, "II"  C.OIJR^ OF  REVISION  Willi stereo tape deck  Phone   llllfvMiM'f-.  $1151)  5805-11  1IHIII VW DELUXE, hetiullful  condition, Micrlflce tuile, nw-  u.er leaving country Low mileage, radio, o<i!, ft 1,350, No of.  lei's. 8115 11(154 "    5lllll-tfn  ���l-Wllll'.EL    drive    ATV     11)7(1  mndel   "Pug",   apprnx. ' llll)  hours use- Original cost $2,1)1)0,  What   olferHV   IIIID-24-14,  fill 17-11  NOTICE is hereby given thai  Ihe Courts-of Revision respecting the 'assoHHinenl rojls lor  the Vancouver Ahhuhhiui��IiI  DlNtl'ict ajud Village Mimlul-  pnllty(ieH)''lhoreln will fiu nuld  llfi   flllUlWH!'"        '   '    ' ���    ,  School District 411 (Henlioll)  Including, VlllngoH of GlbriuiiH  ' and Hueholt, at ailimniH, H,C,  nn Tuesday February tt, 11)71  at 10 o'clock |u the forenoon  In   the VlHagn  Office. "  ^WRK(lKINcUII)li:i-Ch..v-ta-!i'H���l)n|inl~ia-Nnw���WnBtmiiwtnr  IhlH 4I|| day of January, 11)71,  pick up.  front end,  2111)1.  Good   motor   ami  Phone   1112)   llllll.  1 1)823-II  O    ne;v/'; HUlflfMaloim,    Umlllly      Vancouver   Iti-il    h'stntn   Itonrtt  iimh^eeholl.Vlllage,/$3(),i)i)(l,    Vnnt<m\ir ld.il  M��lo Mnitid  PHONE IIIHI-224II  will null bloi'k.ni  (iiiHb,  Ilex  Hit) Tin)  TIiiioh, Hechnll  ll,C,  ai'l'o |uIn,(  Pniilntiiilii  ,44811-tfil  iVtADI'IKA I'AKK SUUUIVISION  'TI'hi bo'd lurgn vl��W lult In' Pnnilar llnihour   'nyfirlooldnci Ihfl  lldihour nivl.Clull, cIumi, to nioiim anil (idmo^   -lliinn JoU con  Im ,pii|(;l��iH(i(l with (i Viiiy |i��w down pfjvinniit unit |wyin��ni��  i m low rid V*f* l��er iimrflv '    ���, ��� ���  9f\' Wotmlnnil lot nl Pundrir l|ri|l>ouf- V/OOO, '   \'  ' Mi ArM��Miiril>wh|i)ifr(ini ln| rit'rnrlCl'ivu-'',-P000,  (\% %c,tm, MrKlriiiri I'liik,  1100'" linritnoir on Illijliwuy   >nn()0,  30 LOT  ���  l-AKj"1 COYi: WIlll'IVIMON ,  I oron rlmlrn h��ml*w��|nrlii'inl loin n l��w -IiuiiiIiimI lom  hum  Imorhnrid Ihliliuj, Pried ln��m \'MHHt\n\ft:i{Mi,  Notary Public  LIMTINGM  WANTED  1    '   A    " I ,      . ,  Vlnco Prpw'Jr        1106-9339  Wally it'oiurtion     fla<$-2U*/7  .   Ilox  mill, itlbiiiinii, 'll,(j;  ���----��� ���* niir'rfir*  FOUNP  DARK Tiibh.y  lorn  with while  chest   anil   lace,   I'^niiltl   Pur-  puliio  Hay urea,   I'll', llllli-lllilH),  511(1(1-1)  LIVESTOCK  (.^llALITY Eiuidtiiil Fair PiIcuh,  liny, Mtiuw and llilckorflnlilii  (lialiiii, I'liibiii A|(enl for Hun-  Hhhie , .(.'(Hint, Fl'oo V (lollvei'y,  Pnill Ruiiil, ' (lllmnU, Phone  llllll'75't��,7, > J��V72-ll',ii  HIIETI.AND Puny liliiie, linilto  lo I'Klu, III I'/iWJ  h/ Ainbiiui,  reiiHonnhle,   Phuiie   llllll 2(117,  II. .(.!.. PA'H'IBCtN-i  Depuly Provincial  Anminnnr,  Pub, ,lan. I��..|��7l-f��7ll��  iVtuny nihnr vl��w find miml-'wriioflrnnl Intrl irom ^O(K) in ^tiotin,  *     -  ��� ~. .<��� -.-..-T��riiiit.'(,ivi:illnblH,nn.fili('iVfl.|:iif.ipriill��i,:i.���,J���;���.,r ,.,.,... ���..'.,���  Ulrtcoiini i��i Cotih, i   '    ���  "-"-*���vModoIro'- Pot kr lid-  Phono Pantler Horbour 4)03-2233  M��ml>��r of,th�� Miilllpl" Uhllnq fiinVku  SECHELT AGENCIES CTD.  fii;i,MAI'AHK     , 'i Ho/lllo!!  I low, nil nlmtiir. well tlnWuid ? hdilfiitiin |i(il|i'��i, WnlHno iliMnrif/i'  |i'��"Vlllnu��. I I'Hriii. nnd fnnros, wmViUnp Pull pnrr >1h,not).--With-  imiiiii, in (nob nl Im'i, Poliii liiiillb, HIP) V4ftll,    .�� .  MOIILIM'S CUIIK  ' "  .     ,    ' '        Mil  fl nrioi,, no thir hlohwny,  prnily i;|iiriim| yfllh  homn (pill  (itmllo ulope uiul view ot llni iiiiKin.  Hun V I mill ituin Im  Ilium,  icilft*'',  Willi p(i|i��illlnt| (||nl well pnpitr, I lAijilnr ���>, niiipjo n|iir|i|{; i In ulltt,  i|i|uliln, w/'h ��iinlv V. witnr imppllin mul  ullllly  i>Ihii|,>, pujl  iiiIi.m  \i*<{m(\, I'huiiii l>uii llriildiifi, Hllh-VMH,  !'Wikroi*ouuriHrrCATAiOGurornrAi,rr��rA,Tr   :  Oox  l?n, loflmlf  ���  ���   * ���"   riiunn nnn-??3r>  vr:,ft.O,R,)  m  BMJEL^)  [(���n��l   |ili��li*n< tiiUm  wigm PBim  nrnnwuMiiwui w*wmmw?nm m'wmmm km  WALT NYQREN  SALEG'LTD;  Ydwr BAPCd PAINT  DEALER in GWSONS  On Iho Whnrt - 0Q6.93O3  Qilrillly  Hoiiiiu 'niul  M��'flll��  . Point,  REtvlOVE WAX BEFOflE PAINTING  Hnforo yoti pnlnl or slriln oynr |iruv|ous|y yvnxocl vvotxloh  siirfni:ot>( iho CfiiViillnn Pnlnl MriniifncltirniVAtitior.loliiiit ru-  mlndt> Ihol oil Ircicos of wax niiiM Ural ho romoVocI, Ailhomnah  ruhdown'Willi sl��ml yvnol iollovyorl hy n yyl|,���� off wllh))lln��ro|  splrlls will prphnhly do |h��i (oh, lln hum lo w��or nihhot ijlovoi*  mid, (irovUlu locjilmiiy of ynnllln'tion, Aflpf, (ho yynx In ,i��-  iiKiyoi,! (wli'iii wi'iliii wou'l form dioplnh), yon will l,m I'lmly lo  hnylii .yo'tir Muliiliiu or pnliillnu pfojnrl      ' '   '  "Tlfwa�� AilBrJofs"  i  PENINSULA  PLUIV1BING LTD.  Poalor (or  Super K��m Ton��  nnd Shanvin Williams  Qlliiorn'. 00^953?  ><0t0m0f0t0m0mm0>***<0>&0u.n0m��0mm0.  SPRAY PAINT BOOH COVERS  I Imii'fi o Inin'ily lip for honk nWiuuv, To ullnilouln rnutH'd.  pii|iui |nr.|uil(5 oii'|)ool<fi' *>prny ihn covor'fi vvHh n rnnl of" r:|nni,  Inrqiipi' or vri'i'iiliili, ll'h n (joi'kI Idiu'i |o prnr'Urn op nn old hook'  iiolll.yon hhi iho limit) o|( li fiiniuljlin hook on ��nd wilh lh��>  rovni'fi pniollnl, uijd piolnr.l Ihu pnyuij, Villi nV.ln'lh or plipnr,  fin surn lo inndTl'in InMl'ilflions on Ihu rtm hnforn yon hnfjln,  kouplhij in iiiiikI Iluii hnvonif litihl < onl*> nm mi'im nffnCUvn  ����m��wiiMw<����Wiww<��iMmii'��"il  .''.,' ',       ��"      ,  JWon'sWear  O.VV.O, Nypik ClQlhei  Worlt Gloyoi  SECHELT, a,C,  .>. i  l|)nn ono horlvy ennt; To prnvmil Hit' rontlpg from building up  nnd ninnlnu, lump tljo rnn In roni��inn| ninilon, hluMlnti Iho  Nlroko hnforu llinhul'lpn lh |hmljni| ond finlMilnfj 11 nflor you  rtilmitin iho holhiii, Loi dry llloionnhly. Pirn��lo-; u |>roloi;llv<i  liriniipnrnnl roynrina,   .-'���.' ������ ^  KEEPING  PAINT CANS CLEAN    -��� ^Tbkiiu  Monnloi'inropi ^w)r|fil'loipi'oi-ooim��i'id'�� wru'pplnp filuinlpuni   loll nround lh�� run nnd ^nftin'p It on lop hf q pnp��r plmn or  old plo Un, TI)o iiliimlnnm. foil nm| plolu will ruled nil Ijm  drlpplnn^, Tlmphnlf you hnvo lu i|o' h i��nioy�� holh nnd yon  hcrve n r (enrrr ��>nloln^f  lor s��r����rwjf��, '  tmm��ikimmmmiuiimnmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.��.u^mmmmmm^mmmmm0mmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm  ���iimiiwg��i��Mi��������iii������mi��miin����ra ���  TWIN CWEEH0  LUJV1RKR ^  ElUILDINO  ,   SUPPLY  Your      '   '  Gohornl' Pnlnh*  Don (or,  Mnnnmol /ii  Hion/��  ..���.,���. SMHih!'Hfi.,.Cpoit;;,.:.������  M'qrWay mar  OIB50NS  Phono 0862005  mmmmttmmmti  ���WWH  A  ***��Wrt>t m<f*W\J0^00m  $SP  ^���  v  ??ggg???��?^^5!^ ' ' vi*- -r! ���--        , ���.;*'�������� \ ���. '-        i ��� ����--n.r' -' - ,. ,  r*.-*��-->"��  Halfrmon  gppQtutW  The Peninsula Times Page 3  ���������>   Wednesday, Jlcin^qiry ��0, 1971  s corner  FilW program  scheduled "for. the   Wei-  come -Beach, '.ttai.^'last  Thursday .was '  l-ostponud.-because, of weather ' cGiidlljans '  but \v4|l be sho-wn oa Thursday, January  ���21, weather permiltingT at- 7:30 p.m. The  program consists of three, films from, the  British 'Travel Association, qne.beityg an--.  olMrTuV "IliBTsfeTies. "Home's;.t\i -History"  and films cm .Bermuda and Anti&iUl.     "  Children's dancing class on..Saturday  was   also  postponed .but   it   is -hoped   to  resume the class next- Saturday' morning  at the Welcome Beach Hall at, 10'a.m.  v.Halfmqon Ba> Recreation eommis-  sion gives notice that th"e.anni,lal gen&ral  ^r-Heeting for the election of. a View .Recreation Commission will be on-Wednes.day,  February 3.; The Commission is also seeking suggestions for dec.ora(ted floats' from;  the children o'f the Bay,,one .from Grades  3:7 and one from Grades 8-1-2.   ..��  SNOW   STRIKES  ..--.'-.teifigUtS^^^llie area are digging  themselves out from what has probably  proved to tie. the 'heaviest snowsldrm ever to hit the area within such .a short  span of time. Halfmoon Bay which usually claims to 'be in the banana belt,  this time received morfe-snow than either Sechelt or_ Gibs.ohs. In fact, Pat Murphy, who had  left  his Dew Line Station  i, hoping to get. away from the white stuff  for u tinve,  was talking of building him-.  self an  igloo. ,   For many people life- slood still .foi;  several' days. The Kedqifls lload was  abandoned in turn by the school bus and  ~-. :", ���;",';.-.-.r.fe  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School -r- 10:00 a.m.  Church Servlto ���- 11:15 am.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  . Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St.  John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 am.  Roberts Crook United )  Sunday Services - 2;30 p m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 1 1; 1 5 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.      *    ���  (2nd arid 4lh Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  BaptisrChurch Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail,  Sechelt   .  Sunday, School 10:00 am,  Mopning Worship 11:15 am*  CALVARY BAPTIST CHMKCH  Parlv Rd.v Gibsons?^ 1 ','..;  Sunday School. ��.>45 am.  '  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (886-2932)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  ^ ^hy Mary;Tfok!ey  the ijo.v?ell IliveH'buses /vliich usecl flie  alternate rdute by the Trout pake, highway. ISven .Jhe irii-repid A.rchia HuU^r-'  ford who had never before failed, to get  flu'uum witb the^, mail, hatta.i.6 turn 6'ai?l<  on two (jccaslops. ,I3jj[l Clark delivered  groceries!^svusua( and.oil t^uck-s_servjc|d  the. cAisiq'pers they could reach frpm'lhe"  highway.'        >* .      . ,;,  Peopie who had faujgjp.t lo- or frflhi  Vancouver were faeedV^h problems. A  crew ^working pn Merry Fsland <was '.to  have been picked up by heilic'jpter but  was j[vt;nU'ally taken to-Welcome IJeeiph  by -Jim" Kippin in the liijhlhouse boat  through rough seas and- -with fog and  snow niaking visibility poof.. There, they  hoped to be able to pick up'.the Vancouver' bus., but Dick ^Manton came In thri  rescue and drove them d_ver if? the Shell  Station where Ihey were .able lo boa.rp?  the bus".  The Kippins were due for leave, so  the following day Ihey braved the weather again',iarid  with Cliff Connor's help  "e.eared the roa<i up from tlie beach and  go saToly away heading for the sujishine  of Mexico. They plan to, spend their vao  " alion in .Puerto .Vallarta,.'  IN BRIEF  Mrs. Hill Fraser had been staying in  Burnaby with her daughter, Janet Piper  While Janet's husband, Heid, underwent  surgery Mrs. Fraser relumed home by  bus. Bill Kraser, with the help of Anion  Kadiirw Wcis able to dig -his way out of  Eureka, negotiate Ihe Nor-West Bay hill  abd'meel his wife at Secliell.        ���>  '���.     There   is   nothing   lilte   a   good   snow-'  istorni to bring out the best hi comnnpTily  spirit.   During   the   past   week,   offers, of  |help poured iit^b'lMeT people aiid those.,  living   alone   and   Ihe   owners   of   trucks  with 4-wbeel drive, have brought in stores..  and  supp ied   essential  trarisportation  lor  their  iuss fcnlunale  neighbors.  Eric  Ley-  land,  with  ihe Vancouver schools closed,  came home for some skiing, bul witlrTtTe  snow turning to slush, settled for shovelling . the   snow   off  his   neighbor's  drive- (  way.  The Nbr'West hill has again been^une  of the headaches for drivers. Mr. and  Mrs. TTalph Lynds, returning from a visit  In their daughter, Thefma T^rHtie^ at llob-  oTTs~L'reeT47 found iTjgHlill in such treacherous condition lhat tl.iey left the car  alongside the road and started to walk  home. They were fortunate in gelling a  lift wheu-Ihey arrived at Ihe Guy Clear,  properly. ',  ] On Thursday, a semi-trailer truck  skidded on the lull and turned overall  was nurussary to bring a "Buster" from  Vancouver to rescue it Two cither I rucks,  the Nabob truck and a flat deck trailer*''  went into the ditch afjlomesite Creek  "artd were lowed out by Cuningham's tow  truck operated by Albeit Tliomiison. Albert is-also looking after the Itedroof.fV  water line during the absence of Bdl.i  Cuningbarn and anylrody will) water'prn-  . blems should telephone Cunninghams, aa  usual.  ' And, In pasg we jjfe 'inclined to fee}  sorry for ouisiilves, it is chaslenlng to  luior lhat at Dawson Creek where Bob  Cunningham 'is hiking a course in farriery, the loinpuTuluro is (15 degrees be-  ,li.iw.   However,   Bob  is  working  in  com-  .fprlable tiondHi��n�� fpi' U'e -school f��� iin,:  "pltt Pew Line sUitjpn and fl)e ^yil'clin'^s  a;re   ail   steam ��� hest-gd. ' I3bb   wcll-es   ihat  lie  has  beert  warped  if H ,^pc��M fqggy .  outside, on no'irccpiinl' to go o'tft for 'ihu  fog indioafes a ttenipe!'at'Ui*e''''bei)ter*t'han''w  63 degrees belpWi which, could be really  ���dangerous;..' '������   -      "���' ' .  v.;'-.;    ."  featured at Sechelt  HUMOB on the trails and" -chaos in'tho.  camps adds 'flavor to the 'great, and  popular wesferri, ".Bprn to I^uqk"* featured  at.the Sechelt theatre this weeltencj..' -  I Dealing Willi a wild hprse' rbund up  This movie is narrated by Henry Pppfda  and is presented, as \a- special tregt al  regular prices. It is a must for all animal  lovers, particularly those saddle, entfui  shisls. '      ��� ���   .y. '  ���This is.good all round family entertainment offering the opportunity for a  night out"fbr'the family circle..  '; ~Yoijrpwlril>0PlW0re invited,-  V A   H 11{ H W AY   fi ,A bfL A D    '  Oh Isabel,  fair lisabql      ���'������ -^ '  .'our' representative subUme,  We love you dear and ask- agaip .  for the lumteenth ilhiei *',':     ' ;       ,  T()e road, o'ui''road, that twists ;and turns  from Po$i Mellpiv.ip1 the sea,  When wil,l it stop to turn and twist   rr  and.be as- it shop.ia be?     ;    , .'  Dear- Isabel, Fair- Isabel    v     4  bur lylLA so charming,;     ��    ' '  'We write, yo'u write,   ..',.'   ���  your replies are ever so disarming!  ' The road "is made of tar and stone. '.-���  a marvel of vast end'eavor, '.     -"  -  It's patched with toil again .and again  is it  smoother':   never!  All,   Isabel,   Pair   Isabel'  a minister of the Crown!  ifhe news doth fly from league tp loa^gue'  of our   lady  of  renown, ,  But  Isabel, fair Isabel  from the electors comes this arrow,      "'  We waul the straight...  Not the narrow! "  EXTRA  FOR THAT  STUFF YOU  NO LONGER  NEED IS  ASXLOSE  AS^YOUR  PHONE-  CALL   ":  885-9654  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRiEFS,  * Mr, AadyorHsor:  Those advertising  tpaccs arc real bargains for you. Sold on  contract only. For <jja?  tails on how* to stretch  your, advertising dollar, ^phone 885:9654.  ask for special ad  rates..  VWUUAlMUlMM^ V"  ��r-'  :���*.  H  ���S-A,  pteOnd  AmwivjA v<t}itvuiwi*#}*j*&tvaouu  APPLIANCE REPAIH  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances  JOHN BUNYAN ':. ^  Davis Bay      ~ Phone 885-9318  ART SUPPLIES  TelephoPs 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplios, rlnKsns K firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BLASTING "~  CONTROLLED BLASTING  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists - Fine Custom Furniture   ������'    btore and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  In all price ranges.  r      R BIRKIN "" T  Beach Ave., Roberts Crook, B.C.  -����� Phone 886-2551  HAIRDRESSER  CONTRACTORS  ~7nX~W0RI< INSURED  FREE ESTIMAltb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour -883-2403  COAST BACK HOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  ���^   ��� PrnmB^883^2y4  ^    ,  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the,Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons i 886-2322  RESTAURANTS  HEATING & SHEET sVitETAL  HALL SHEET METAL  DomBsttc^^pmmefela^-^riustfjJgl__  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET   .., METAL...   EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Open 9 a.m. to the last Ferry  norhe Cooked Canadian and  European Dishes  JOE AND MARY FRASER  &  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  Water surVey services  = Fof- Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  R.R.  1, Sechelt, B.C.  BRICKLAYING  A. SIMPKINS  Box 517��� Sechelt, B.C.  STUCCO  ..   Old  Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505 *''  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.....  Phono 885-2132  BUILDERS  9&S&  THE ANGLICAN XHURCH  OF CANADA  StRVICt^  |-St. Hilda'*, Sachclt, Family liuchqiiM  Vi'M)  h in C'imI uiul 'lib 'jiiinlny). Ilcly liichnilbl  oyory buiidfiy ol 11 n.ni,; 9i3() ci.rn,. (I si nnd  3(d)' |;voiy I'huibilny (il 'ID n in hvurisunrj  ,ol  /,.'ID 1'i.in. (iiiid mid 'lib Sunday),  I Inly  buiiiiri  :t((,li(|li!il;   y).  li.lll.     Ibl    (UK  5|,  Mery't, Garden  Day.  11**1  i i,;io (nn, (ui mul.;in  Ea��nont,  Duly  |:iii:linil6l--2  .Jul biiinlny).  Clmrcli  of  HU  Pruionce---Rai|ronMi,  l:vnn-  'blind    3    |ii��,i,   ��.yn��    2nd    ijiiHilrty     I Inly  fiiichrirlbl .'1  |un.  nvoiy 4lh,Jjiinr|riy."  prie��t-~Rov, P, Popiilo, Soeholt B05-9793.  Mm  "ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Specialising in  ^  (VIARHEL  Electric Heal  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone QQG-2062  v__      G, CROWTHER  * CARPENTER *  For All Types of Carpentry Work  call 883-2746  ���RtR���VMtitlelra-Pqrk-r-B-.-G,-1-  Freo lisiimqles - Fast  Service  ���   G & W DRY WALL  Diyvynil duiiibllc uuil luxhucd ccllinob,  Nnw i^uivinij Qibwinii nrnn nnd iho I'uniii&iiki.  Phono 884-5315  Hon 166, Poil Motion, B.C.  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  '  ��� EXPERT FINISHING J-  Alluiiiliniib", Ai|(l|li(i|i(i - KllHiun Mul  , ,  Iliilhiiiumii d S|i(.i(il(i||y  HAY CHAWSHAW  Hit 1, Socliull. B.C. - I'I.qiio 005-21911  -���   : .1 :   ,. i _..:_  L fi, H SWANSON LTD.  READY-fV)IX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN kENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box  172, Sechelt, B.C.  p\L - ELEeTRrie  No down payment  Phone 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 5TRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Land Clearing, Land Development  Road Building. Road- Work  .Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box  189, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone  885-9767  P K<RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.   (3rqvnl--"hll~Topi)Tiir^t3.iJ|ldiuihJ   l-uridur - BncKhno - Trucks  Phone 883-2240  PHONE B85V9550  RONS CONTRACTING  Cliiorluij - l:xr,ovriljii|iii - Ruii'd liiiililnid  Giodinjj - 1*111 - Horn) Gmvcl ��� CiukIiciI Hock  Phonoi Sechelt 885-9550  Il  Jjt,-w-W^i  ���*-"W rYt"-w>\  : SECHELT AGENCIES D/\TE ����AD  ��� Tlilb ffiiri iiiinlnd'ir nl r.uniliMI <iv��ii|�� Id u brjiv|rn ul f>|;C||l:IT A'-ilil ICII:S  LIU. .I'lioiio ,'i'uiJlnHil'i I'liiiofc illiutl loi liuu llbliiiusi, tifKicllyUiy f/l>ulo  I'ihI", I'lniwi nnlo Iluii t,\ it mo in llinllnil nnd >>iiiiim hiIviiiii.ii iIuIiji. limy  liiivn in wull llmlr turn; nlt>u lliul lbl>< Is n "Kirnlnilm" IIMinu nnly nnd  rnnrinl rilwnys rnrry (nil dolrill*, ��� ' ���.,.''  IrVVWWWlrVWWliW^^  hill   VII'   II |i in   'im hull I union Hull   HliHI'i  Inn,  VI   'hlH |"ii   'xiibdll  I <i(|l'in Hull,  fiuniur  f/ldiilllUI uiul  lliM(|||(|l|(ill Ul ulllr.oiii  li/n !v.i,' /iii --.it*. Wni(.,(.(iiiu iiiiilriHtMJi. liim Win*.  nnd AnlluHu. '"    . '  ,-,.,Jllll^V^���J,LllJlL...''!'lJl.,!!Ul!!l!)'!J���JJ,'ll:^  inn  'A'J     HI 'HI u in  W.iImiii', kki|> '.uiiKiiunlly I kill  <    Inn. V:i     II |i,lli, MdMdii'i, Hull, HnhiJili. I"n,)ii!-.   Iu|i.  linn.  ".''I  |,li|l|i.il      lilfil'h,   I llliUUl   III    WWilli'lll, s ',,.������,  y'l    /��� U) |i'ni  Jldiillli ' iiiiImi IiiIimiiiii   Hutjiiliil AuMliniy Mildiiu  '|niiiu((i?iiiiil, '(  VII.       I|   |l'lll     (llllMIIK,   I llll'll'll   I lull     MlllllU '  ,  I    | ,1i| fi in   Ikiullb'("diihii I'iiliMiii'., Iluv|iilul Aii/>iliiliy MiKii'luir.  '/ . 10 11 ni Villii||iiY)fHilj GiliMiiiv Oiiiii 'uf iVivlMi/ii rii"iis;��i';sMnrnir"  I'ullf,,   ',���      i     '.'''-���    '       ������������'>, '      ������    :'   '  Inn  'Inn,;  Jim  lii,  "I |il��.  Cill/inih llmiuli uV  "ilium, lliiiiiiinki,  1'..(illmi 1,'uily  I'llUllllllllli  llllilull'l;  'i'iII nnd '.niiiilry ' lub, Miibmlii ' umk. Mcmbm.i und Inciiil^  A5)< FOR OUR PREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Mulllii|ti Utiliia Seivlm  Vriiimiivrir fbiul K��lnt��  >������   ��� ���  flnprrt  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  riionn 08S 2235  AGEWC5ES LTD.  \        Box 128, Sod-nit, 61C  ,^  PENINSULA STUCCO 6VDRY-WAUL  ".All Kinds ol Concrolfl WorK  Alhort Ronnhoro 886-2996  BUILDING JWAINTlNiilNCE;-  JOHNSON'S  pUildinq maintenance  Sriin:lnlUlli|- Im     p,  I'fipiu lluni|iiiiir Inludni Hi l:��li)ilo( i|iiiuiiil|ii|j,  Kuij f liiunlnii, All lypusi ul llullillnu  1 Muinlwiudiio, kluor.liislollrilldii, ; ,  Wlnddw Clrninlnii,  ,'       PMONR flflB.971S AFTER 4 PM.  I     Mmi.44a*"Sacliilt^,G.,  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY MIK CONCRETE "AND  RUILDING SUPPLIES  Vuiii On" 'ild|i lliilklliifi hhUM  ������! Im All Yuui DiilldliKj Muiidu     '      ,    ,  JGlflSQNS HUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  I AM Smivlnw - l'i k;i in" 11116-'iUA'l  BUY DIRECT FROM| MILL  ^IDDWII: 11 HM'�� AVAHAH) I,  C11I ii|| i,l;u.'..   Ilniliiji und JMniik, lllinuiiluiidl  I umlmi   nnd > I'lywuinl,, Wn'-ikiliVoi   u\\   I I'm  '    ' ,' '    ' hi||)iil||i|i) I'.'r'irnl,  dim l�� Out I'ljros. Hiiluiii Huylnt/.  TRANS, PACIFIC Ml US LTD,  '     |v,HVMH(li"ll H������'li Hl(liii��d(id. ()<.,  j'M-i-Saj.iUDq  . TWIN.CRPKJMMBER ; J  IIIIILDING SUPPLIES LTD. (  ...������'        .Pinl 886 2600  l Wlld'll Yull I'lri.'d llllllillliil Sll|t|il|-iN    ,,  ) divn l|i, A< nil      ,   '  FMIh I Sf IMAMS  ELECTRICIANS  RrlACHINE SHOP  At tho Sign of tha Chovron  HILt^S MACHINE SHOP  81 MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shajj-^^ArcTirnl Acly^Bldina  Steel Fabrlcatlnp ���- Marino Ways  .   Automotive nnd Merino Repairs  Standard Marine Station   "  Phono 886-7721   Rat. BB6-9956, 886-9326  CARINAS  ...���.i,  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Kiiilikiiiliul    liidt'iiihlul unil Mufinu Wlilnii  llm.lilr. Ilciil - lluu Wuik  Phono WI6 72<M  '. JILL McPHEDRAN  HICTKICAI.. CONTKACTOK  Frou l^llinoloB  Phono 806-7477 '��� Gllisoiis, B.C,  FUEL  c  '���/  ANADIAN  P  ROPAliE  I'OIVllMI,   llio   fjlllHilllllO   ( (Mlf.1   Willi   Klllullfl)   llllll  lu.undinlidl ''.uiik|n(|. I liKilliifj' und I Im Wuli'i,  ������-'���f-R'ri- pr/riMAtrs     ^���~~   Phono 085-2360  Wlmrl nnd Dolphin - Sucluilt, B.C.  RN|E WIPMAN  for oil your  ,SSO, PRODUCTS   /.',.,  ���\ 'IMrM:l*I.ALxl:��iW) DIALIH  I'l.oiKi 003-3[66^  Mmloira Porli, B.C.  tbr Your Foul Siippllon  ���',.    DANNY WIIU.I li<'  yuui ,      ,   "  IMPERJAL mo AGENT  0116 9663 -HopMn�� Lon��l����o  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gns - Dicsol Kopnlrs - Wcldlnrj  I'viiiiudo Sulas ��� DMC Purls & Sorvlr.o  limil  Hniihnii  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C  Madeira Marina Ltd.,  Dmilors fuii  liyiiiiudu OMC, - K&C'Tli'!ini('i|jl(iss r Simllnor  b|ninn link uml I'lniHxii.    r  Ali.d"Pliimbinn Plllliifiti und Hlxlurr-s, :  Phono 883-2266  HOWE SOUND 51015c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons - 886-9852  /erythm��=4f  School Supplies  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  . Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C,  "���    THE TOGGERY  Lqdies' and Children's Weqr  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  .Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SEWIMG ���VflACHBNES "  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parl'S/ Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  RtPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs, Mono Havies - 88*5-9740  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building; - Porpoise  Sechell, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  Bay  TAXI  ii  Ponder Harbour  NURSERY    ;j v ^_; j.;;;  MACK'S NURSERY  RohortB Crnok  SIINUHINI: COAVr.lllljIIWAY I.  |.iini|i<<u|iiii|j - S|n 1 iliu'> liiill  lii.'ii!, ������ I'liilllbui  lldiiy I'lunki ��� Hiiilillnn Plonks 1 Poul Mumi  !  hilly I fi'.diii.fi(l pii!.lli;|iln ^iimyliiii Inr  ' I uiiiIm ii|/liii| rind Tk.'uk  Phono ,006-2604   ������'���-''  OPTOMETRIST ""  PRANK  E,  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gihioni  tyory Wadnosday  ,,,���,,_,.;���,,._��,.���(B06.2240-��-^��.~��~-M^  *PLUM��ING  SEASIDI? pLUMOING  Gllipon*  t  I'luuiliiuil   I'ljidlllllnii   .Mi.iiiiiliillini  I |"l Wnli'f lliiiilin.il   Pi|K( I 'ii/i/Hm  .1*1.1  ISIIMAIki  FURNACES  \  . Uhli  llifdid  ti|iui ut)  In  iiiiid) iiiiuily  10,000 |xi(i|i!'i  , ovory wtiiikl   ���'  \  'IMi;.. TIMES'' l'h��Mu fll��!^9654-  PARKINSON^ HEATING LTD.  '1    t -    ~ cubsws  1    -      fYxrOl|-* NIPNA�� 1*1  I lu iluwfi'inyMimil ��� lldllk liihiiuiil  Idn yi'dis lu r��iy       1,     '  (rirnplcin llrw "f fipplinn^n"!  f���� Iho fii||rrifll��~-Cp||H86.a720  'pkioija 006 70 i7'V'ffift-iMB'  RESORTSt   HADDOCK'S CABANA MARIMA  ' All uli-Mllr; nlhli'is. Ili/ijl f(;i||(i|!i,'     ���  I iiii(nlilnii I<iiim|i,  Mi,11 my Uuibiiiiul 'mil", iiiiiI Si.ivii 11,   .���,���..,,M��il,ll,lli...Wii|y:i,..l!(;|i'iHi.���. .,_.....!���  IWIJ TIM - Mnilulm I'o.k, ll.C.  ���4I',I  U'UWIJLi.U UliyLlOkY.  ._....,.u.,,q,,<|^c,1l ,  10,00(1 \f\iOHJh/  t  III.  I'll!:' I IMI i' HHb-96l'i4  HARBOUR TAXI LTD,  Harbour Motors  , S()u|| Gas nnd,Oil nnd.Jtepqirs,  '2A Hour Taxi nnd WrecKe^ Servicu,  Ganluri Buy Rd,, I'-uiular Harhorir B.C  Teh 883-2414  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Suiulilpo Coat! Hlrjlmay  (Iok 13, Gllnoni, II.G, - PIhmiu 086-37011  bAI-bt* ANN StiKVICI:      ,  All Ui.nnds Avnllnlrlu  Muiidny lu Ijiiluiiluy II;HI) 11,111, lu f)i3U |i,in,  "I'llduy mvunlnii liy ii|i|'u|iilinuiii nnly.  jopNa  _^ _ZZZ  Scows ,'��� Log��   , ���',  SECHELT TOWING 6V SALVApE  LTD,  llunvy l:(|ulpiiniiil Muvlnu ft | u(j Iiivvliiu    '  ...,.���.������:..,,.,,.��..,���_�����,._,, i<v��,|.iiG|i��,-.�� ,.������.^.Aml^m,  I'liuiiq fi()!)-V^!j  r-M 1 ��� ,    ..I. ...,-U.., ,.������ ���.,,.,-,,.,..  TRANS|FE|[l^:^._,Jiv>'   ���  LEN WI<AY'S TRANSFER  lluus.nlidl(| Mnvln-j, Pdiillif). SJai'mm**'  I'Mi.MlUI Mdloilnli. |(it bnl�� ,    '��  ,    , .  ,!,.   Munilicrnl Alllwl Viiolliiuv  i uiiiiiliri. flu, I Mnvoih  Phono 08,6-2664! RiR, I, Gilnum, B.C.  Urn  *  I.  t   .  1 A  %Y  ii''"  jr.  i.  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Ii1.111.inl fiii|||lil,  Ihvy litil  ami  lianv'y  |i(|iill|i(|  UPHOLSTERY  BtLAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY     ,  AND DRAPERIES  Id ii|ilii/Kli.ilii(|     |d.'0yllni| '  i'uiii|i|i,Iii l)|ii|Kiy  bu liumu  Srnvim ��� Jiuinplus sJiuWii In  Phon<i 806-2050 ����tar  tft 006-2873  6 p.rn^  1,  \  W  1  _A,j0* ^,f ci-^i..r'L it jr. jfijri rf^i. fiionri ,r ir. f\ r-,t>,n Art th fi A /���, "^ At iTx,i*nfi i. c. fi in.r-i m. -i. itnir " nr^^-|*i fijffin-iirirr ,*- *i rin*'i^ii-^i-' i*-ir-, *�� * -i * **iT"- ** *^^ * ���* ** ^t* *��� -^ ^ * ** *��-^-^-.^ ^ f-,* ---��� ��� -^^r ^-*r*-i- -^^-i^i^ * i* ~ n- - i* r-* - ���* *��� -* -- /-~~ r1-^--* , ^r���"��������� t **��A,^^v*��^Wpmi.�� ��'����� i* < *J>  J  1    *   0,    *��J ��fflj����  -W^SJy*<^jj^^lH---'  -.��.���* 4f v.i* ���**���*��� v Sft1  y W*4* ���*��� **r W W '**'*��� <t'-^|. -*���*" rf'-JI^��fk>r  ,LU  i/*A-��  ''JWU^*i��SW*WWWWVWMVtf*rnJ"l*AftAA^^  The Pbninsuwv^j^  */ WO1 rV lmviiP, few/ / aIWiV ��<>/ /ir'",VO H'lrtflg fl.V fr�� /��i7 (C> AflV lt'/i��/ / JiV/iVv? fo rV r4'A'"  '      -���-l(>l|N AlMNJ  ��� poiuiUH Q, WHPPKB, niitor  V  W-tf  Peine 4 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, January,20, \97]   ; . _. , , - ., : 5j -��-��� ���  Ifctefwrattt^   gittitaiiitlw  A* SHORT time ngo ihefpresent McrnI,  goyiicnrticnt presented uiv inspiring  'Speech from ihe Throne which indicated  i\ great uiuleistanding ol economies, social  justice and nntiomil unity,  ��� vSmee that time Jt has become nlvuiul-  antly oleai lhaj a massive Inuie has been v  perpetrated and almost ^liuly \jve discover  further evidence that the Canadian people huve* been well ami tnily 'HnKen to  the cleaneis".  In the words ol opposition leader  Robert Stantield "ll>70 wa.s a disturb-  ing year m Canadian polities mul the    but \yofrkl suggest,'at tlfis time, that un-  be suffipient to give him moia) sup-port  to take another step along the pathway  to formation of a republic A. republic  (���ohtrollvd by Quebec  Anti-inceWive pioposals in the irf-  I'amous "White I'apei" piovided tuiiher  proof of the type ot miseiable dielalot-  ship stored aboard the Trudeau Welcome Wagon Jhti innately, public oiitciy  was such thafwe are now told second  looks are to be taken ol this alarming  document. We have yet to leant |ust  how fur the government has backed down  nt  ^i^JWi^JEW^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  -���*  } .-  * t?  ���>& *  basic ftict ol life lacing Canadians today  is the economic mes>, the country is in".  In what Ijas been described as "the  developed woild ol today" CanadaJias  TTi��~sorry  i^eoTdTWTui^^  lowest growth rate. The economy is, in'  fact,  facing serious deterioration*  As to social justice, this government  'in short time has jcreated nia^^yiem-,  ployment and, says Mr. Stantield, ''has  even boasted th-.it- far, from being surprised by this development has actually  .foreseen the disastrous consequences of  its -Yolicies for hundreds of thousands  of Canadians."  " Then, it. claims of having answers.  to problems of national unity have been  followed up with anarchy and terrorism  whjch has included cold blooded murder,  while growth of separatism in Quebec is  a source of growing concern and embarrassment.  To add to the achievements of the  Trtideliu government we have the increasingly obvious irend' toward republicanism and one we have consistently  warned against. Prime Minister Tru-  deau's latest outburst regarding the British government's plans, to carry out its  committments to South Africa isun  astounding example of ignorance and  gall. At the same tjme^when he follows  less We  all  continue to .keep aleit   the  changes will be negligible  lhat h\ple haviMt known as Corp ot  Y_t!JLing_X^iJUKtuuii>v xlav used by the Peat=  son government aikl whip*, quickly gained  for itself an unenviable reputation, has  now been followed up with- another burlesque���Information' Canada,...operating  under ji first year budget of in excess of  seven million dollars. The director of  ��� this brainchild has had his political al-  ���filiations questioned "openly and is paid  a salary of $411,000 annually. His assistant, a forwer newspaper ��� copyboy,  draws a "salary of about ��� $2X,00(> per  annum.  The only likely alternative to this  government is conservatism for the electorate has continued to make'dear  its distaste for socialism: At the same  time,: leadership in the progressive conservative party is;sadly lacking. Mr. Stan-  field has failed dismally to establish  himself as a vibrant leader of men. His  ability we do not question bul unfortunately much more is retpiired���basically,  personality and obvious vit>or. ,,  We stand at a crossroads, one way  ��� -leads,-to-a socialistic republic ihe other  lo the free and progressive way of life  most of us seek. Unfortunately the djrVc-  *  -   -   -        " Digging Our " -~ ,   '.  Two children join many other Sechelt   ������ record 'snowfall. Warmer Vveather  Area iWidenls.in digging otit from -j    expected wilh rain.  6% INTEREST CRED'lT  ON CURRENT TAX PAYMENTS  *  I  raiatle feiwecn January 1st and May 15th, 1971  Interest, at the rate .of 6% per annum, will be credited to any  prepayment deposition current (1971) taxes made between JeuiMary  list to May 15th, 1971. Interest will be calculated from Hie date qf  payment to June 30, 1971. Such deposits in any amount up to the total  of the 1970 taxes will be accepted. .���,  Any further information required may be obtained frotrt the  Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543.  December 23,  1970  Davie/ Johnston  Municipal Clerk  S"  mti.8SSSieiMMBetegSi��eMiMMS8BSMi^S3Sm^  L, .. ��������J.  c  atjnD  feat fsasuns wltyl  ��w��d| lufkif-kt  ��������  up \yith .lhre��its^^se-ver"co^mmpnweallh nomTare lackTnglTrcliu;uy~ImdnTiis sec-  relations ijnless [Prime Minister Heath ond course requires a rather more oro-  bows^to his dictates, then the situation minent sign. The solution rests wiih'the  becomes more, than clear; The cries of PC's but they have much road.clearing  acclamation^ from, bleed ing heart s.oeieties,v-���io do first. In the '-meantime, time is  sob sisters and leftists are calculated*'to    running out.  (Submitted Editorial)  IN THR long development toward de-  mncracy the central issue has always  been who shall control the public purse.  Democracy was attained when the right  to spend public funds was taken from  ��� the hands of the few and centered in  Parliament,  ��� In the past century supervision of  public fwul)i has become"very* complex  and too difficult for Parliament itself to  undertake, .therefore, the job was given  to an independent investigator���rthe Auditor (ieneral.  The* Auditor (ieneral  is not  a civil  servant.. He is an officer of Parliament'  appointed lo' report to ;l-ai;liamenir  *��� *  Never has his objective scrutiny' of  (lovernineni spending been more important, On November 17, l<>7(), the  (iovernmont estimated il would, reifuire  an additional $>IS(I million for this fiscal  year bringing tin" total estimates 'to more  tliiiu il-l billion, 'I his is well over $1  '' billion more llu'i'n last year,  The overhead of (jovernnicnl  staff,  needs mul office costs'lias risen over 7b', i  in ihe last sk years', from $| billion in  l%:i to $ 1,7n billion in \W),  This is our money, We need to know  >    how effectively il Is Hpenl,,  In llic inosl recent Andlt'or (leiH'i'al's  , Report .10. non-producllve piiymenis  (money spent whlioiil retiiin) were llsled,  wllli wastage oi' !M0 - million, Kvlilenee  was given showing lhat a (lovcriimcn!  di'paiiiiienl spent Ii 12,(101) to buy 30  eitsloili-maile i-leclrnnle lubes thai could  be bioiiglii at Ihe usual slore for $1,3,1  each unil that over $11 million was spent  ni refit The Honnyeimiiv which was sub*  scijuei-illy itold for scnip.  However,  what   made   I hi"  (lovernineni furious were' iwo Items In the long  list of cosily eri'ois that had real political  ���   impact, These were ||ie $17 million spent  till Ihe  I'linee  lulwiuil  Irtlilmi emiseway  ^ bvfiireihe, pioji-ei  was abandoned  ami  ...ihn (lovci mucin's, gilt of ti J HO million  . lo iiuliiiuoblle iiiiinul'iii'ltuvrs by eablnel  order, wliho'ii Parllameniary consent,  --��-^liic..ltiuvfiriiu^uul)cgiii)lu,uUj('ilv,-l'o(v  ii way lo nIIi'Ikv 111��� m. criticism  perina-  neiilly.   Ki|lhur than  correct "iho   problem, It decided to ellmlnale  Ihe noise,  'The fiovi'inmi'ili had already taken  .   Uli' lllllilil hiep 0|' iillcmplillir; to rt'limvc  \ All I lilies, ('oiisi'iviillve Ml' mul ('luijr-  aiiiiii of Ihe Public Ai'^ouuh ('oiiiml|lce,  " .Prime? Mlnistci Dlelenhiikei luul Initialed  ilic Niilcgminl of nppolnllngmi* (^pjxrsl-  lioii Ml' as C.'hiiirman of thai Coiumlllee  In  l').*)')! and llici pieci'dttnt proved too  strong |o Inciik,'        ,��,,.,  .Tho second HlM of ailiick wiin'iilnied  nl (he, MoufiT of Inloniiiiiloii "dlie Audi-  Im  (icucial, .riiiriiiiKiiieiil  of  Ills',1 olfckV  had   already   been   proceeding   in   three  "ways.   .      ��� , ���   ���.  ��� He was not given the staff "ho  required.. Estimated .reijoirentents for  lWJ-70 totalled 25t) employe^b (a very  small number considering the billions of  dollars to be accounted for) and the funds  required were approved by Parliament in  June, 1969, In August t'he-tiovernme-U  reduced die muulm-' io 23M Ihu (.Iiu  Publjc Service Cominission, the .Ciovern-  meiu Agency in charge of personnel, filled only 233. As a result, the Keporl to  Parliament  was  lale.  ��� The Coininillcw of Public Accounts lo which Ihe Auditor (ieneral's  Keporl goes lor detailed sludy requires  a nol ice, r>f mceting~ltom~"ihc"(invcrn  iiient andjhis was delayed.  ',_  l-'ii)iilly, lllie (ioverniuent did tiol  permit Ihe reports of the Committee to  w debated ill the House so thai ..Parliament ilsell eiiiild ciinie to a decisiou.  These jmieedilres did not prove sul-  licienl,'The CioVctvninent Ihen proceeded '  lo attack the Auditor (ieneral in a way  no government 4iad dared lo do before  ��� a measure of its extreme .arrogance.  Using the excuse, lliiil,the Auditor (Jen*  crnl was exceeding his job by ciilici/ing  the policy behind (lovernineni expend'  lure, llit.- (ioveiniuent..proceeded lo draw  lip legislation lhat would limit llle Audi-  lo|'( letieriil lo ilieiiisk of ensuring thai  the account books* were  properly kepi'  This Acl, il eilloreed, wmild do Iwo  thillHs.  ll would lilinlnnlo the cluiisi!  iiilili-^ Ihe definition ol Ihe AmllUii (ien-  cial's job 'whiiji isnys Iluii his report  ., should Include "ally olhcr case thai llic.  Audllor (leneiiil consldeirh should be  brought in i||e in nice of Hie House of  Coiiiiuoiist" ll is iliis c'liitisi' 'Which- fii"  abler, the Auditor Uoneiiil loTepoil on  wiiMlngo, Ini'l'l'lcieiiey and non-proiluc-  livily.  Three iiiniillh" advance nol ice lo  the (lovi'iilinenl of, Ihe collli'illr, of tne  Kepo\l would be requited ho thai llic  (loveimneiil enuld picpuic ll lebilllal  lepotl   lo  be   lableil  at   die  mimic   jluie,  ..iil.1ilh��\vtnildj.l(,l'eiitLl.luui'liiij.tLlluuA.tidL��  1 lor (limi'ial's Kepoil, which Is.lo pin-  vide ob|ccilvc faciuiil analysis, Mmicililug  which ihe (lovernineni Is im less likely  lo piepiiie lls'eir, Tin' Auditor denciiihi  Keporl is. iiirnnl lo iliem'l errors, nol  Inliiate iirguiiicntn, I'tiillicnnoie,' ihe  (loveinnienl in ubiY to iiinily/e llic l<e-  poll In'llie Public'A-'cimiiMh CiiiiiMilllee,  ������"��� ,ln a *pml> in Ciilgiiiy,- <Ki����ln*���� A,.  I'HiH, Tiudcau said, !  "An Infiiniicil (()ppos|ilon and an  aleit Audlloi (ieneral ca(i help, lo keep  llic (loveinnienl on its loci,,"  Mill C'lvo shows jusi how hypocritical our l'i 11tic Mlnliilcr ciiii he. ���'    ,  Hie cans  are starting  to roll;  t  The production lines  are back in business  producing the finest  new Chevrplets and  Oldsmobiles ever.  All great reasons why  you should see your  Chevrolet-Olclsmobile  dealer today,   ;  3oCh  mf^fega^  The new Utile car that  does everything well.  Hides well, handles  wellj'slts well, wears  well. Hatchback  Coupe, Sedan,  Kammback Wagon,  and a Panel Express  truck. Atknreatl  -A*.  2. Chevrolet Caprice.  Looks like a six or seven thousand dollar  luxury oar, yet priced like a Chevrolet,  ppwer front dlao brakes, power ventilation  system, and 400-cu.-lri. VS, standard.  Chevy Nova.  Larger, mote responsive six. cylinder  engine, standard. Nova also seats  olx, comfortably, Nova ���-the not-  toorblg,-not-too-B,mall,caf.fjrorn  Chevrolet, -   - ������������  5. Order now. Get earliest possible delivery.  Now lhat ihe new Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles are starling lo roll, get your  new car rolling! Your Chevrolet-Oldsmoblle dealer is taking orders today,  The aponeryou order your new car, the sooner you get delivery.  i  Qalopdollarforyour present car!  Right now your Cheyrolel-Oldernoblle dealer Is offering you big money for  your used car. Because he hasn t had too many new curs to sell, lie's short  on used cars. He wants nnd needs your used car now. And thai means big  savings to yau.  Monte Carlo.  Tlul unprfitflniloiiQ luxury nor al a  Ctievrolot price, 11 e-lnoh wheel-  base, A very poraonol'sUo, Willi ���  unai9 llko ||np furnlluro, And ilia  kind of rldo Dial only a lout Urlvo  oon show you,  CailiarO.    f*x|m-long doors for nana  nl anlry and exit, Now high-back buckoi uoato,  Qiandfird ao7-nn.-ln, VH, aionda/d front dlsa  fjrakos, loo, Oumaro ~r tho fiupor 'Ifurjqor.  Chevelle*   Canada's very popular  midsiiro nur. Wilh n��w ol'noln-unl I'nwnr-Hoam  liaadllghls, ralftp, olaan roBiyltnl nimpor and  tiflllo duuign. Gliovoiio r- youthful, l:nonomlo��l,  t  r*^r*'iil|'H tm f'r*1 MiWf  11.Olds Cutlass S.  tiold fnQlbaok doalon. Hold new nnlnro. I.ouvornd  hood, An ngllo 11B-lnr.|i wliuillhuuu.  ���->"���**��'�� -><">2  and ellll ono o| iho uiiHiur,  ^u lo Map a  fllvOldwuol  Ways lo btop un in  "' ' lillU.  10.  Olds Delta 88.  Willi Oldamohllo'fl oxpliifl vo now Q-nido oyolom Ihal  virtually flilmlnaloei vlnrallnnp, bniirimlno nnd )o|in,  tiin llockot vu, power ��i��orlna and powor fffini dloo  brahni ��ro nil iilaiidnid, \V  i  l.lkn wo iioldi Tho  (iiiiiuiiu mlHiiii in.  You n��t lop imdfl'in  vnlliu, An��l niirlleinr  |)i)iai|l)|iii|ii||viiiy  wlum you omIoi  naily, llioniiw  OhuvrollJlii and  0|ilii|||iill||iin li|n Iho  html valiiuynl,  Hull addiiiipiu,,,  JA.  .������/������.���  . ,. .,,        ' ,(, ' 'l^fi'JjT' ' ' , '  ���pp  li'l'IMW  ,,1...,...'-  BnffW of Iho tHiHlpmotit HIiMiNotl In opiinnnl^ flKfffl owtt,  uw.  \  >r'*'  ���^i -..  *i*.' i  "**��^"ii  �����MIUIIUUI��UUI��IIIMIIIIUIIIMIMIIII��M��llMIIIIII��  v/T,/7nr\ ncr*a  !=aLl\\  PICK-UP TOUR FLYESl AT-A  lLOFJb.UR_THREGLSTPRE$_T. ^l_  "��� I '" "'    ��� "' ��� ���   - r    ���    ���in   ||i.]ii.jii,u  DEPENDABILITY, INTEGRITY, PERSONAL SERVICE  \  iwnjji.-f-i^ii-wtfi'h^*-^ ^y^tf^aia^^^mii^^i^m^ffA <H^jsfri#>-t'riw*y^fl*^B��T^|A^^^  tw        -��r"k--r��A-^>y?'��**>' *40r   ���  ^ -swftSL-^y��i* "  ^tkw-^^-, ,jt 'SjKoije."ai*8C^  ''wt,' '���Vir~^~\Ag^  ���<llgW>-riqf<��gWft)i|-^^  ^0*r^atJ��SC^��_ ,AA^^.^AA^^^AA^ArAAAB^AAAA:;AAAA  . i  n*,,^^ ��}-.-1, i jj i f^^.funv , s-f,'i/.*%?f', ii'   "r -,  //-  a��iasA^-v \,   \C        1          r,      .' iOTi '-���������"   .������  K Tjf\ \   W                            *���*&*'       A~   I'.  IIJ-1         *         ,'  fet-v^:-; <���*������ k^A^A'i -IaA  '(���*fr  '���-"      *.>' r           '    v*. y f *���*.- ' .'*J-   a / \ /    -  ���**���         * _ -   4 */   7/     **.*>��� i         r it               I    *    ���     \            -0                         -.      *���'    i*      *_.   f          ��    -_  . ���?    B �� / i./            �� *            -     fc  Wednesday; Jnnnary 20, 1^7fr    the fenljiimto tiffin  Sechelt Bowling Lanes  Page 5  Mi  j *����������'�� 3  _�����~  iL~.**  /I  ;    '  _ .< ���   ���by Eve IVfoscrttf lA  HIQrf  boolou tint* week  nl   the Spul-pH    Lii,'| tyiflw-iy- I'M (425).        ,..-.,   *     ;     .  "If-uBh  -A'ore  by ���T'-iqnk   N-jvans,  whn -   ���   (api'i-||iiarGia|...^cnKue,-.DGc.cn\l.*or- |7l'.liiJ   j  Jjpwlpfl ii vary nine  liap  |o|   fjjp 'Cp-yi--   Mfltml^lcDermicliatl!).-    '  '���������..���������    ,  tnpicjyls, ai\il W-tltoY Kojwh wUlvfrW* .    popinip'rpHvU, Jtinvifiry; 7th; Anr4y LgA  foi   lljp  Hull apd ph-nn   Olliers  sUppps:  ���. l|c 881,. frrftrtk Sidyctjis 292,��� 8(i|. (820)' Uijr*.  Misorl   10   pjn,   pppom|3Bi   2|s1:   ppb    ner ^arry 280,. Pob ,J'inis a��||, J^ftlirq?^ "  J-uiib '204 (370), lio&o l^odw'^y  17Q (3^1-).     doofc   2Qft,   PtllPh   Onu   277,   Snili' ft-'  .  Mupd id pin, jppinny 4Mi, AH Ohf|is-   ,Kenzfp 285.;  ;" ��� <- ���:   :   " ~             Hili (ill(i)..       Rnlfife Clwin,,- JanvwiVy.   8ih; Roily-  Qoftvqy  .-' Baiilolfl $Qg (fail), PhVlHs.Hiii^lfoHcl' aptl  Pubbles'   (734),. jp|*,n BqdntivGk (1804), .Gonir.gbi.D6rby   .  ��� ^fiOB), .Tpvry iiwflsnay (fiai),-t-ovnpr Bgi#., .,-  ,...        .-_^���.-.    ......    . -.'Krailt W    ^pj^Waller ^juoh   21)0 CM3>,' Pellc-  (fl34)r^SteeiUftwnrf1��Rn 4037), John Cfi-    Pputenn.'(866)', Hcitl "fibplnspn ((iltj)',sCarl  rnernn '?Bp; apfi'. (lip), .O^i'nl .lieicl  (683).   ��� Kphuoh'(fiB8), Vera'.DaTpy 278.  Romy Tflicnfq ;afl7; . .      ���-     .lunifirs: Gvmg'HorJwpy 203 (348)/Kel|y  -.,lMnlprfii   'JpA'm������ (31-oiul-lqn   1P5  (31)0),    Bodlwrplf Mi (?41);. LpfpI Nastmnn '^7. "  ���Mil-e Englls.ft;i||i|,fVorvy-(i��� Rop'way   15(i,     L,L'(innvdPugp 170. .   *  I^Dvri NestiT-^'iga (212)'. .      Seniors:  Gayle Ono   102, Andy  Hen-  *    Spnipi-s;   Apy-'4^deJ*S0ir-218'(fifiO)*.   dersqn (523), jjaj*cy Stephonsp|i 2(8 (5Q2).  *Vil  >, '    ������j  : a  :r  Snow Fun  ml!**.  896-7374  a             ,          I     ^---�� *|                        son was happy to.rhake%ha acquaintance .���������                    -���������     ,                      ,  ,      ,  /Xrniinn    I-i/flCnn<    <>( M^ Rouerison's many relufives.:\yiiiie (he snow may   have    trnmobilised  f-lf \0f\A.i f.\A.     \J LhSOVSI tj     at a.��|jed und breakfast" stop in Inverness, motor-iSiS ljJSt'Week bill ll bintlgllt out  Scotland, awaittnjj nipi-B ai)d iiephew \yjiu all the tH^i^gy in youngsters vylio "en-  were meeting them, the HobeVtBops saw joyed foi|r glorious days of slipping,  the acin-in-law qt|d Haughty^^jf-irr,v -fijirfirig,' loboggiining 'and \\\sl plain  and Marj-arei-.firnjih of ai^spnsr^atty getting soaking wet a'nd needing eiid-  and  her husband were lpUrirjg overseas. leSS changes'(if Clolhes.tPieflired d��l'-  Atler an uiteresUng chat the two couples ,���������     ���*������**               ,           Kl,,m^ni:a,v  ���^-by Marion Charman  gJ / WHEN;,Mr. and.'Mrs. A. W. Hoberlson  ��� travelled by jet, (joinfj the Nmlliirrn  route to Dip Urilisli Isles, It was Mrs.  Hobertson's lii-st trip lo the Old Country,  _ JJlJii��L.iL Wiis her first lime in a plaue.  jror * Mi. HoberlsDii who had nol been  "home" for 40 years, jl was a- cha'nee Tpr  aJ'amily reunion, us he has 3'brothers and  2 sislers over there IJurinrj Ihe month  lhat they enjoyed overseas, Mrs. Hubert-  went, their ���epAi*t��," wayS. g| Sf e^f ,,*\. Se^f.    P"'^^^  ������        ' ./      ,_..������'���������;.  r>^ '-, nfihoolj {-adejUJS. make  fill    useot.  -lkirn l��Mr. and Mrs. Blib Gdier (nee R11;uv- Anum-pd' hankc  Vivien Wire.,) al Meiritt, B.C. on .lanuaiy WPW coyeieil   Uatikfa.   ,  m  n  Is pleased to announce lbatJv\r. Rqy /y\qchpit is the franchisee!  ElectVolux Rrepresentqtfye iq Gibsons, Sechielt qhc!-'Port Mellon.  Mr. Machon has been itrained .to-fake cqrb of any problems  pertaining to Electrplux equipment and has q complete stock ofiqll  supplies that you require^ and will be happy to give you service,  repair and any information that you mighr recjuire.  Phone-886-2267 day Or night. Prompt service guaranteed.  ^Mcimld ��M, ^MenderAon  Sales Manager  [Electrolux "Canoda"-tTaV  "���TV'.?  v;^j  ,���1  '"    %  . f      iiki  m  ���3.'       . ^7^  At l      j  :>lf -A  < 4,>. '���!#  ��^  -'-few  "A 4  '���''.'Vi  ��- '  (���*--  A LITTLE  HOMEWORK  WATCHING  THE  CLASSIFIED  CAN  BRING YOU  TOP GRADE  RESBLTS.  PHONE  AD BRIEFS  AT    ,,  &65-9654  TO REACH  2,500  WEEKLY.  ,BUYf SELL,  (Uli, a baby son Danny, 6 lbs fl inss, a  brother for Michael, Bobliy und Marlaine.  Grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Wiljo Wiren.   Mis. Ii; IS. Wiren spent two weeks with  p!\h 7 her dauyhler al Uepai'tuie buy, Nanajmo.  IP.veryonu   had   a   jolly   lirne   at    Un:  ^Hodiii Club  parly held at   Hubertsi CreeK  Leiiion  Hall.  Ken Jansen from Nanainio visiled Bill  and Inez,Maiyea.. -c-..  Hoy Malyua is at the home of his sr)**i:"  in-law and dau.i'liler  Hiehard and  Helen  .'  &.  Get Your  FULL COUMTCATALOG  with over 50 homes; 2, 3; 4, and 5 bedrooms-  new housing Ideas,  Sou how much morp l-lorpo yon cm- bullcl Im ���yoiir money    p?  (ui hnvo lu'iill   lor you).   Sue  how  URAVPf'   IIoMKS onsuro     W<  %  '��&  ���.ybluriiolic huililinrt. Sua hovy you (ju| I'lprsounl seiyito limn  yrnir nunrcbl li|:AVEU IIOMIS lOpioionlOlivu   -lend tor yuur feftl  colortul   f.olcilri(-   tndnyl   lieovor   hns 'rriorlrjorjefi   lur most I^J  orooK, .','"���..     ��� k*&  RENT, SWAP,  GET HELP,  ��� Mr, Advorlisor  These* odvortlsing  spaces are real  hargoins for your  Sold on contract  only, For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phono  (IQ5-9654, ask for  special  ad   rates,  R?1  I  Enrlnci* B0�� fnr Homon Hrnchura  IJihVii* ��� ���     ���  AiIiIm^ \        *      ,,>*"'i-  '  |llVV|l I'llUIIO  My l.o| ii. |,ii'r,rilui| "'    .  Beaver (.umber  Company Ltd.,  P.O. Upk 24ti  Surrey,' B.C.  H  I  I  TVMrien al  Canoe on the Hliuswap  MU*t  Mi   and Mrs  Howard .1*. tihadweil and  niunibeis of LiijJir family froin town wen:'  joined by Mr. and Mrs. George Heale froin  West V.iHT(-pi.ivjsr. for M'P'opple of days...  My and Mis Huy Taylor, were visHcp  In   Virloria ' ^  Mrs.   Jo   Anne   Hol.lluff und   daughtei;  Wendy are al Hupe fur a week where they     |  will al lend Hie weTfdiny. of Mrs. Holt U.|fE'*-     H  nieee.  Mr.   and   Mis.    Kred   Crowhiri-st   had  : their son-in-law and daughler Georgean<l  Carol  YiHtnj-"from    Vancouver    visiting.  also  Mr    and   Mrs.   .lohu   Hiehards  from  . liuriniby  Guests of Mr. and'Mrs. Albert Slanjgy  "Cbnslixrnsen- were���t-he���IjiHei-s- l?i:qtl)pi;  Riinuld iyiql.itmd with bii- wife apd fapiily  from liurnabyV ' ;' ' ��� ���'^ 1:,'?:ft  Mrs. Alice Hardman whs al Iho lippiQ  of Hev, and Mis. D. boniildsop jn V"!'-  i;oiivei" for 2 weeks when she enjoypd  opeiiihouse al their home and nf)��pr  parlies.  Mrs. ireiirn fniin Priniio Geori'c, \\  fornior Gibsiins |-MS)denl, visiled her flop  and bis wile, Mr. and' Mm. foam I'tyim  hero for -J- cUiyb.  Mr. anil Mrs, Hicluinl. Kruse fropi  White Hurt" visiled Iho former1!* piu'efilb  al   Gianlhiuiis '),a|idiii|{.  Afler visjliii-- rolaliviiH diere Allan  Niiiilio arid hi.-s wife lotili Hie sunn: lUiiJlt  bai'li lo (inuid' KalIk, Newfoundland ��� M��  did Miss JiiiioI Isiuso who vaiulii/iipd  at ihn liniiKi of per piireidH Mi. and Mf'K.  H K'riitii! .Iiiiuil It-ai'bim ii,i HI ('tilliiii'iijfm  llilili Hrhool ul (11uiul li'nlls und while  ,,nl)i< hiiH, beoii In Ibid oily, fur 'I yearn, she  luul mil happened lo iiielil 'illo' Nuuijim,  iillliiiu|di Ihey lriii|iii:nll,y puss Ihe pinM)  wiieie iilie llve.v II was niro |tbal'"l|)ey  had a 1,'haiiro In vlsil diu'lipt llielr plane  hip biicl-   In, Un-  Alliiplli: Coatd  ViHiljiii.- Mi und Mm II U rTuiiiiliin-||iV  al llophjiiH liiiiidlnn worn llitdr hoii-Iii-  Ihw mul iliujjdiler Mr, uiul Mm, Hiui:i!  WiiIIih iroiii  IIoIIioik, Viiiii.'iiriviir hdiiiid,  EXTKA SPECIAL     ;  A Srnr-lK W��f4 Wpflrlna PRoHbf���� M�� Buck cabpet, Nyftsri  Foco,. VorriO'fMfl'ic by Harditig. Inj-tpiMprf oyer 1/4" foam unrJor-  nad. One Color Only���Sqlar Gold, Our In-lalled prico includos:  Carpet Undorpad, door trim and lahoiir.  Por Square Yard  EXAMPLE:  1/1k12   roam  7*95  1H5.74  ECOMO VINYL YARD GOODS  12'   wldo   vi-iyl   surface   linoleum.   Heavy reality,   Idcol" lor-  Ml die n, liolllrqilm or tifldroom.  S dllloroiit pqllornt.  Itofjiilai 2.10 1  par Rmilnna F|,      .            . NOW &9-  GENUINE OZITE CARPET  With rubber liocli, 3 color* only���coppar - gold - man groan,  12' w|da. " ���       1$L   ' ~   ~  Rogiilar 4,95 for Sq. Yd, HOW 3��<  GENUINE OZITE CARPET  6' wlilo; 6 co|nr��,,Giilduii -^uiiipray - oliv�� ��� ml��y rod - copper  loioil (jronn,  I'fill SQUARE YARP >*������'  B.P,  VINYLOO.V1  U pliimil Qiinllly 6<ill|l liilold Vinyl Ltnoluinii with an at|raMfl��i  liacjdng far fl<->dl-|ll��y ond reiltianca lo inultluro. (| norn��\  tnlllt tinrJ Malm, clean*in fl IKfK- ''fH'^lSL  l/ogMlor 6.98 Hi?l S.|,,Yd. , ' NOW 3*^9  A FEW EXAMPLE/ OF MANY flM^ S|^E5   *  12x12 PKQn/lENADE  Ferrl Green. A bequtifMl sculpture cjesign. All nylPH face  Regular }.I]2,.00      ' ���    '   NOW �����@���3  I2x9'7" CpRppVA  Spani&li leqlher. A 1-liicK, heavy shag.    || 01k M  mi&  |?egL|-|or  $1?0.,61.;     .,  .". MOW   A^ff'M^S  Uxll  TUFT^fVI&E  ,|:m|'uess Gnlrl, Heq| s'Gl IyvIsI, ,' ftA '^fi81  Regulnr$)59.,20    ^ ,    ���        NOW jfy^^  JUxlO CONCERTO !  Canlrilnpa Tvyee-l Short Shcig.      ' flfed&'flftfi?  Roaulnr $|59,50 ���..    NOW ySPf't^D  12k7'5" NEW MAVEN  Brorizu Groen, Plush Acrilnn.  R^giilnr $120.00  12x7 ILLUSTRATION  Skyline Gold, A Cnrpal Sparlnlly Duslgnofl por Ki|c|-an  Use, I)otins All '->Ifiiris und S|-|llb;; OA Af9  RuQiilru ,!j.|20.fl2,     .'. " '    '' ,.".   NOW'BjFtJrd  12^0 HAWTHORN  Celqdon ^jsd, Meqi sp| nn'rllun lyvlsl.  jtnd Wwuiing,        ���     ,     ���  ���  Rngulur $169,00 ' *NOW  i  FOR WMLIO'WAU INSTAUATIOWS'"^1^,m^a^^^mn��� ���  If Jol> li mpra-thup 20 �����,, yd..; pure lnro��  mbbor    ^'UmIo. $16^00 NOW  12x��'8" CORAL REEF  ?lljjy|iilun-Goli.UDpul*|o���,|mu*t-uct<.���,Nylon ��  Turn. Rttgulur ff.96,00 l NOW  iA  ,0w^fc#l��^|w|^|)��jgtowff n*i^^n*^ HAAiAAAAi*ti^>  BR WW     '-'���  0t\ # 0. . *  n r^  Tr_j*u*jrfc.. .^sASL ��� n  Id-  1 I  ' >  TheyhaiJn  mmage for lite Army;  , *tfj*Uis brass!"  STARRING  Clint Eastwood, Don Rickles,  Telly Savons and Carroll O'Connor i  ^sS^ Color  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday,  Jan. 21, 22, 23, 24 or 0 p.m.  mmiQ   ' aiah  THOMAS i^AUDA  A MODERN LOVE STORY  Mqnday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  Jan. 25, 26, 27 al 8 p.m.  Special Return Engagement  "SOOTH PJ&IC"  I  Thursday, Friday Saturday, Sunday,  Jan. 28,29, 30, 31-at 8 p.m.  It's Here Somewhere  John Petula stands beside a automobile which had joined many others  in ljibernaUng rather than risking  the snowy streets A record snowfall  impa red driving throughout the Peninsula Foiecast as foi warmer, weather ahead  s  WWW ^WMMHgffWWIfl^WH^.^.^  Sechelt Legion  Branch  140  Legion  Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO GO   $HHOOORH>ftHH  h*-  **��-*i**i*i*"f-Jf*! l)ji, -Ia-vs,' * wA>'! *"?> * ~  ifi  A'  -by -Frank O'Brien  SNOW  on  ihe  Sunshine Coast1   No  pic-  luius, please   Tu an ex-Ontarioite like  myself it l>i inas. ba'ek memoi i4s, both kind  anil ot he-wise , /  The snow, though, seemi to bung peo-  An all-Indran school may be stalling  in Powell Rivei Distuct at the Shamnum  Indian Reset ve The lady behind the idea  b Mis Jeannie AAbin, a 31-yeai-old  qualified teachei ptesently living on the  Receive, who would like to have an all-  Indian school up to gtade (1 With an  Indian .student high school tlu'p out late  jflttlUllllIUIlIlllIIillHIIillllBIIIlUIIIIIIIIIlllIIIlIUlIti^  ~"      SEVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL  BURRITT BROS.  RUGS AND CARPETS  ,;: ;|: *      '     ,|:  FURNITURE   i  Ph. 886-2280 - Gibsons, B.C.  !llllll!!i|lilllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll"i|,r  pie   closet   togethei    The   bantei   on   the     0t   94*14,   the   plan   seems,   to   ha\e   some  slushy sheets, the quick conversations in     merits    ,  leslauiants,   a   teeling    of     comradeship This column will be a legulai  featuie  wheie   only   silence   stood   before AixAlie-Times \uul I hope that you will find  When the lights went out in New Yoik     U   both   inteiesting   and   lnfoiming    Till  City  the critics  predicted   looting,   shaip,    in-'xt  weeU        Chow  incieases in mugging and  general chaos '   They  weie >viong   In <>"e ot lhe faigest Capl   Chailes William Haikley, whose  cities in the world, infamous for Us cold     name was given to Buckley Sound, was a  peisonality,  the people  laughed  together     .s,ea-gomg   fur   tiadei    He   sold   his   fust  on   daik   stieets,   helped   each   othei    in     uai go tiom Vanconvei Island in the Oi lent  stalled   subways,   united   by   a   common     fur  $30,000  enemy   As an exafrTfcle i.t fhis unity L nine  months   latei   to   the   date,   hospitals   ie*^  polled  a   laige   inciease   in   child   bu ths  With the bnght lights, the TV's, the ladios,  and the steieos silent people had turned  to  each   othei    A   comfoiting   thought   in  these  clays    ot   malenal     enteitainment  " ���Jt>i naps, here" in "sernelTT-with-rhi- -srrcrw--  lestucling   tiavel   and  swnling   about   a  waim  huine,   people   will   begin   to  shaie  the same intimacies        who can tell''  *    *    *  Likening to Al tl.i'l Abnei) Cupp the  othei night un TV and, suipiismgly he  inadt' a good point Speaking on lett-wing  philosopliy, he stated that many* people  suppoil rdeai of fieedom only when they  aie applied to someone oi somewheie  else His example was PM Tiiideau's  hbeial out-lnok pi loi to the KLQ kld-  nappiiig/muidui and his conseivative  views atteiwaid  I would like to take 'this into another  -.LLviid__Llit'   aiitt---ulUj_tioii_ supporters���We-  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 883-2333  Ret. 686-2321  Saturday 9i30 a.m. to liOO p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  PANTY-HOSE  As advertised on T V.  Regular 1 79  SPECIAL SALE PRICE  Limited Quantity  .Oi  MEN'S  HEAVY  DUTY WORK SOCKS,  MITTS, TOQUES and CAPS STILL  IN STOCK.  Get Your Valentines NOW For Those Far Away Luvs.  WEATHER PERMITTING WE WILL HAVE A NEW  STOCK OF REMNANTS AND  MILL  ENDS.  Gilmore's Variety Shop  Phone 885-9343  Cowrie St., Sechelt  all seem lo lie _against pollution, bill do"  we quit out,jobs at the guilty mill, do  we piii U urn cats? No, we lanl instead  about Ihe "destination of Lake Erie",  about the oil slicks on the American  coast,j-hiiut the sins that aie comfortably  liii away I mm run own This idea can  lie taken into many avenues ol piotesl  ���Soont'i    in    lult'i    people   must   begin   lo  If^  aMifafc^MtfllntfliniiillitaMMMU*!,    in   HTlr  ��iiwm>Hi!H|ii  inn iiiiiMnin  ������  lffl��ig��illli��M|i'��l''IMlW.l'MWIl^  iere ore new  si  AM  oi  o &uf Iscac  empt^f sd>ft* drink cons?  n  HERE ARE THE FACTS BM A MOISG-3ELL  <*���**>  1.. Yon oat ?c hcitk on inft drink cons piirrhn^cd  Jrinunry I, 19/1 or alter  2, To do tho most officieril job -lo koop iinaqnitqry  em|1llas out ol,stores anrl'niil ol growing, rjarliria0  dumps-.-a non profit lndi.i!>tly cnm|Kiny hos sol up  Ccin-roliirn dopoh. ITiohu qro convonlenlly Incrituil:  tho addros,!i ol your namotil dopot will Iro poslod In  Ihe sloiti whoia yuu buy cunnud bi^ll dnnkti. Mo;>l  iluputs. uio piuijtinlly lufuiKlinJ on umply boor  boll lot,, . ���  3'. Can* relurnoil |() dupoli, will bo rucyclud iis t��crap  molql, Thoy will notridd to II,C& muuiiling gqibarju  dihpo^ul probloiTi,  OEGINNING JANUARY  1, 1971, HERE ARE THE BRAND  NAMES OF CANS ACCEPTABLE  AT CAN RETURN DEPOTS ANYWHERE IN B,C,  Cnnnrlh Pry pnxliK^  indudlna Wink,  Root I Knot boor,' VI vn  Cn rllon Qliil), ���        .. i  Incliidlna'l-ll Spol*  ��� Oill'b j  ��� Ci ufjmoij!  ��� IGA  ��� Miss I cm  Nu'Grdpu  ���  liluiiilo  ���  Sun Croti'l  ���, Tjop-Vnlt|cij  '! 2 Way    ���  ���"Whllo Ror:k'  ���  Zlnu  THE ADDRESS OF YOUR NEAREST CAN-RETURN DEPOT WILL BE POSTED IN  YOUR STORE.  , TAKE EMPTY CANS FROM THE ABOVE BRANDS TO YpUJII DEPOT AND KEEP B.C. BEAUTIFULI  7 "''WciFiicREctAW ; ~  103/ Wobl  firofulwoy, ���Vanr.nuvHr V, II.C, '     "  A noivprolll ��om|/(iny coopr'nillug lo koop IJ,C, buiiiillliil!  BENNER#S FURNITURE  ���;���" ������������""���''���"������������'���'SBCMItT,- B.C, ���          ��� ���   EARL'S AGENCIES  MARINE D.RIVE, GIBSONS, B.C.  MmmimEks^^JS^m  /  OT  ���h: ��� I  \\  DANCE TO  If  ��/*  a - " "fWO^PAMCES  TEJEN DANCE �� FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 ~ Adm. %tim \m poraoh  REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 -Admi $2.Q0 per person  IBRTfMBPJ  ��sa  mxm  d  JIlUj  KSA  HIGHWAY iOIp SECHELT - PHONE l��S^3li  rRIDAY MITE 9 P,M,-1i30 A,M, SATURDAY NITE 9 f,M. - liOO A.M.  7. WI MRGKfcT HAVING TO CAN^SL LAST WMK.'S IMNCi UWI TO 5N0W CONDITIONS.,   *   '  iiiiiiiiuuiiiiijiiii^^  ?.;S��--,>-*-.".  \  t  ���'���,���  *  I . ���  .      *     *��I*  * *      *  i'r,  v-  .'Jl"     *  * ���*     *%-*.;  i- r  t  ^���X/lfliy^fc,^ -jpt^^^t,^ ������' '^' "������ ���'���l   ���������' -' '-~    ' ���"'"���,'' "'��� , ���  .1 ���. ���.... -j ..,.,1 ,..��� H  1 w  gJHlVPl-  pit.   pRPVRllfiW   Ml   rSuplie  J-j-ivo iHien'^wilfi t^ni.0'!* and ill {<  ir atptvt  ��� W  im-i     S?'ri*rm��7^^- ���"��� ;'- :       -iwvo.iJpen'MlA-PhmO'h ��mri ilUmimvpcl  ���iwiuni,... tne  jinirs,    .^   . -  . .-   -r-i^.ji-rHtirp''1'; Uj nijole one paper ai*q un- ���  Sin:  1^'kI-S-dul-cUiy my daiighlev. fantl k .nii.1SHvi*tifl| stiitpip|nts liy annlhpr,  ..���. friend were vefusqel service at, a Se-clielt ,.      ~ ���       '���>. .   ...   -    .    ,,    . . ,  ; oitfireScatae of Ihti'wav they! wcmUress- v"   Tho.pwpft^^f U i^ letter is to dlvqigjli-  ; ort,  tlmt  is,  jeaiis, m-ixi^^^ .  a  typical' teeruvgb. mode . of  llieso girb',iY|'ro"c)lean.aiid had  ��� pay lur tlierr*n*eal. It seejm .t'  jutlioe oil tho Peninsuula, pat:  "Sechelt,-1 where    people ;liVf,  .' criminated  against   fur. appears  ���only, -especiiilly  the young.'  ��������� iSlaiiduivte  when  a   proprietor  I'oQd   ������efi-ses   to  serve   peoi*.  repugnant to othfc- customers  &bvjous u'nbatheif appearance  Huwever, in this case, the oi  .this proprietor lioulcl havejuid to these " wit.h those glvei) in the letlei fidrtrobbgd  girls was slightly flamboyant wearing to the Hegional Board Imm CVean Cement) '  apparel,.11 is nbout time-cal'e ownurs mj. jvj. g. Taylor, general nuy*iv*j,e-\ ni tr||b _,  woke up to the fact tlgil the majority letter refers lo speculation .reg^rdlfiH fig-  hI'. ytTung people, and. a large percentage i.ues.quoted at various tiinq's but il shotid  (il older people, have changed their mode |)e pointed out thai all the figures men-  of dress oyer, the pus> levy years, should tinned have, their origin with tile com-  uccup! the inevit-atile and change wilh Ihe * pany themselves, so��� Jine can draw pnes  tunes, which is, in effect, .only a repe'li- ()Wn (.���i-nclusipns from this. Perhaps it is  lion of styles wuru in the past. Walte up the strategy of big businpss-lo get conlro-  'Secliell! . "'" versial arguments going anil work quietly  '   .-.-.-DQHEEN.UillS     behind - the   scenes   and   finalizing   then  plansrwhile the speculation continues',' oi  Battle  Continues ��� perhaps-it is that the engineers and plan-  Editor   The Times       �� ". _-���^"' ,      ners  for  the  compajiy  'are   not   thinking  Sir!   In   recent 'editions   of   the   Incal     '>n Ihe same wave length as the Company  newspaper, ii has been strongly implied     l^nectprs. ..^      -  that Ihe statements made by concerned -��� Another point which should be drawn  parlies at-Hegional Board Meetings, and to the attention of the public is that while  at. ihe Selma  Park  Community  Associa-     tliG company is in a position to come along  ... i  i  1S-S��J~T~TT!?��r-  t-��  ��� ���s ff  I ���.>'���  )*.   >  r.i1  *      .   ��� ^.*0*0* f"  :   . ..  ++** ^^^^&^W&0^^00y&&jr&^^^*^0l**>lie*0ir*l0K0 3f,  *-'*.  ��� '^^^pfy^'v'vv\  �� J..  ft ���*, f  I 1  '  u  >Verfnesdoy, Jqnugry 20, 3971       The Pfwfagulg Tim^s  Page 7  War and Love at  Gibsons' Theatre. ;  VAST acl ion- a,n'd jiilarious cpmedy arc  the ingigdicnts tluft \yepltead who*-  "Kelly's ileroes" my,i.fle t|ie .Tvvilighl'  Thenttc Cjint Pnslwoo^, p.on Ricliles, Don  Sutherland, 'TeHy Ssivalas and .Carrolj  O'Connor are Iho heroes in this oft beat  war picture, The prppterri; steal Hi nullion  The  M4MJf��0K10J00**0M00M**M00t0M00r**ll*0t'**1*Z  I*.  TOTEE^ CLUB  SWAYS, 8;Q0 ��.m4  9NDBAN HALL '  i  yi DOOR IPHiZE is     X  Jl0f0f'4til00fjr0000f 00000000*00*00*0000000000%  $75 TO GO  I'  ���V-J'    -*'   'fi  i  :C'9C A1  �����ss  ���*:*  1    -til 1 'f-f'   ���    -  ��5  r*     i    v i*  ���0.  i ���  \ * *Vi ^  * *1  THE PUBLIC IS CQRPIAyyY INVITO T�� ATTfNP  THE'INiTAiyATI��N OP       -  Honoured Queen 'fte|f gficf her Officers  Bethel No, 28 International Order of Jgk's Daughters  Waist Deep  lion,Meet-ings in connection with proposed     lo the Indian Band with models and plans     vy;i|i  gnow������ waist-deep  for nine*Veai  of the proposed operaliH.ns, they are still,    "v.v-    .'.    ,    -        .   ���      ��� ..-        ���'   p  ro��uauiiiiMtimBiuwii��inu^^  .1   "i  :f��TO:Abh!      ���  DON'T WAIT FOR THE  1      SPRING PANIC TO HAVE  THAT LAWNMOWER OR  OUTBOARD FIXED!  ll A  . S ' t$     '.'B  ���S*-*7  !*-y  w   1  GOOD SUPPLY OF  RECONDITIONED USED SAWS  ....... ... a .... ...  New Sow Warranty     '  AXES - CHAINSAW5  AXE  AND SLEDGE  IHAMMEK  HANDLE  _ ^-wedges -kAS Cans    ���  ���according to  tlV informatior,  available, ��M*> * n<1er��arlen  ypungsliars  wprs  unuhle to come to the Hegional Board and kept  safely indoors ��r efsp U  wgilh  stale their intentions, it should be I'm- have taken a Saint Berpard to find  ther emphasizerl that any gravel removal �����4heiTT|   jll   Sechell   Elementary   Sphp.ul-  Irom Indian l.aiul is a very minor amount yard. Tunnelling U'lto'tTtjiS snowy banlv  ��   when compared Ip Ihe tonnage to be even- are K.eilh Rqdway, Mai'lv Slaolt, ^��11-  ���nia'liy removed i'rnni down i.and. The^ ny Whyte.-Johnny Woods and Cynthia  public-has alnuist ^reeii-deliberately guided SbmiTierJield.      .'.,      '-" ���'������-������ - 1:   inlo believing that 'gravel removal, proc- _,_^ ^_ J   essihg" and   loading - operations   will    be ��T^^  confined mainly to Indian Land and there '        An   old   English   regulatiorj says  that  is   a   general   imiMession. prevailing   lhat first-class carriages on railway trains aie  nothing can be dune  This is far from the only lor llu: use of "Judges ill tlie Assises,  truih- verminous^,  persons,  and    Cabinet  Min-  Hntli    newspapers    iiilerred    that-   the  Fftfcfrrn���irltHWH4=^i-ei '��n4- ly-  hy-^Hrt^-j yi nip -o I'  s^-^��^^^^  SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 - 8:00 PM,  MAiOjkmMu,-M^S^ r   ..,^-tt^Ji,4.\-~-J , 1 ~t ���*���* **   ���* ���*���J-*��*-�����    ^j-Ji���"~���^-J i.A.���tAt.r..Ail-->a���^*- ����� ���^.^.^---^jitU^Jt.- ^I....n,i,> .... .^..~~~M^0l^'-r-������..���.���-**���>���i,Wwt-it^hMJ  ���   I Seeheir-  cituens was .linfuunded and was just, a  flash in the pan. 'I%is is'a'fiiilil'as far from  .the truth as il could be. The battle, if  you care lo call it this, has just begun  and you can rest assured that much, much  more is .going to be heard abouJ this  affair'before il  is aJl overT" ���  Fact   Finding   Committee  Editors' coitiment-: Tlie above did con-  lain a signature but tlie writer was  reluctant  to have his name published^  Appreciation  ^ \  .   Editor,   Tlie   Times  -Sttt The niuirrbei's of Brai^ii ^f>--0-A^  r-piJSlb-jQf*-', e.)-|j3nd|{�� sln!U'-jre'.(.hB��^;'yQu  ���   Mr-the 4put*liuity wtf^ave'r^ppiyu^^riiii^  I    ing Ihe past year.    " ��� ��� ���-^" '    ��������    ���"  (Mrs,)   L.  MASKKLL  1-ilbllnily-'.  H^H     ley Q    H'  DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY  204  Vancouver Block  Vancouver; 'B.C.  Will Be In Sechelt  fVlQMPAY, -Ff Ilr-i5  $m0$  Fq��NAppoirirrrients Phprii   Z  885-2010 rl  Q nips quirk rook Inn'rlrn  I piiir.(?!V iiip.'i) inuhhinoiTib, h\\uh  V) nip rhnppnil unions  I/.'I nip i lii)p|inil (ti)i)|-iil linin (iiplluiidl)  rl |oli|ift.|��onn-j cbnf*|im| plrnmiln  '//  |<Ki)b)pooii soli      % ���..",  *  i/i ti'Kihponii poppor ,  Vi nip rlilrkon brnlji (mnrlo from f|r;liyiirntiir| rnlio)  Cook rlro orropllna lo. por;Kno�� ��J|r��Ailonf��, Droln, II lMil|o,r h'|f��  pi'iriyooiVTiU^nirriiirin^m  koioolti Irom fillcklnrj. Vyni��li muhlin'ioins, ilml,n nn ulisoiliortl pnpur,  llll-.m blfihife rfcrods'ciniI i:"n|�� down, Cnnililiiii wH'l>' ITfco; V.|iop|>oi'| oplon,  lirjm (opllonol), pUmnit^ w\\ ond pnpper> Mohiofi'vyllh I>m��i|i I'lom In M  n ,s| Irjht ly"*f) fwirtcf nn*?' rjomrt rmmrnlerArrfar mod * ro I r (grjf o t a i ml 11  rfindy 'To linnl, wlihln n ilriy Tnlifini, plnrn inn 'morlBrnfo rrYRn, 3*��0" I'.,  oliout 4!) mliHil'irJ, A Miiy(no>. . ' '  Ltd. .  HEATING  & SUPPLIES  Your Kemlono  Slwwin Williams  Paint Oeafer  Pl.ono QQ6-9533  GibsonB, fi.C,  Ladies' Slacks  Denims,   brushed  or  stripes.   Reg.   Price  $7 99 Clcon-irp price 4.B8  Cords,   Asst.   colours   and   sizes.   Reg.  price  $9.99 Clean-up price 6.88  Koralron, jlarod. Reg. piiGG $8.99  Clean-up price 6.88  Wod| florps.  Reg.  pnpq  $6-98  ( '*'      Clean-up price 5.44  Denim   stripes   and   solid   colours.    Reg.  price $4.98 Clean-up price 3J7  Wool    and    Polyosler, ' hippst^rs.    Reg.  price  $10,99 Cloan-up price 6.88  Ladies' Presses  Empire waist,  beigo/jsilver;  Reg.  $1^.88  Clean-up price 8.00  .,...���!.���'   Double knit, zip front, belled waist. Reg.  $ 18.88 Clean-up price 10.00  Forlrol. A line.  Reg.  $18.88  .-���..'��� Cloan-up price 10.00  Forfrel,' drop  waist,   navy.   Reg.   $12.98  Clean-up price 7.00  Forlrcl,   solid   colours,   white   Irim   and  brass- buttons. Reg.  $12,98  Clean-up price 7.00  /���iiiSi  *\\ l\  A  Di'nibln   knit.   Asst.   coiour5_ojhc|   sizeSyT  Reg. $10.99 Clogn?upprjco 6TBf"  Kor,qlrorir egsy..cgcp,, Reg: prif*"* $10.99  Clctfri-i-p prfep ��S.8B  YVool   and   Polyester,   asst.   cqlorirs   and  sups. Reg.  $1099 Cloan-up prica 6.86  Crlmpknil,    ctqsllc    waisl.    Reg.    pneo  $10 99 C|can-up price 6.8fl  lours. yRpg^ItJit  doBiyi!,   down   front,   assr.  Acrylir,,   bbol   lype,   laced  f--onI.  Clean-up price 3.33  Ladies' Slippers  ,  bbol   lype,   laced  Irani.  Clean-up pric  ' Aerylir*rmnln-lypc���Gloan-Mp price 2.33-  . Mnlrr lypo, cork heel, aqld' I rim.  Cloan-up price 3.33  I'ull-on,  r.Mshloncd,  nssl.  suns'  Cloan-up price 3.33  l-ull-rin, nr.M, colpiir^/filzcK 6,  / and 8.  Clean-up price  1.08  "v\u|p lypo, I'llo. 5i*u Muil. nnly.  Cloan-up price 1.44  Hunt lypo, olubllc fluj.ii nn i.|da,  ���   Cloan-up prica 2.33  Ikiol  ly|��u, rii-|y|ir. pllu. Mod. only,  Cloan-ilp price 2,33  -foi  ~6Q|OUFS,  ._  _.   C|oari;up price 6.00 "  Forfrol, |qCri;"cissr.'colours. Rorj. $12.93  Cloan-up price 7.00  Farlrel,    laca   collar   and   front.    Reg.  $13.95 '^lean-up price 9.00  Ladies'  34  LeiigJJi Coats  Asst,    styles   nnrl   polcairs.    Reg.    prlco  $24.95 Cloan-up-prlco 15.00  Ladies' Ski Jackets  Sixes S, Mi I-  Fibril   III lor |,   voillcol   up  puckolt.,   Hoq.  $M95 C|oan-��ip price 8.00  l\\i 'v'ckuls, i oi l'i hood Ini'lrlu, Rug. prlco  $14.95 Cloan-up price 8,00  Hull   nl   waisl,   zip   prir.kdlr..   Reg.   pilr.o  $ | 5.95 Clcoii-up prica 8.00  Pillion and  'i|�� tri'iil. !.toiu| up collar.  Run.  $|5,9I) C|can-iip price 8.00  Hulloii   and   zln   fiunl,   bnllon  pocknl��,  bull al  v/uisl, |<i:g,  $H,95 ,  Cloan-up prico 0,00  1  A  ���m  \  m  Whoro  Fashion fs a 'hyv/ord  Smart Shoppers are  lot nut at  ,  HELENA'S  FASHION SHOPPE  (311-ioni, B.Cv- Ph. B86-9941.  TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CHILPrtKN'ft fk INFANTS'  "'������������" ���-���' WKAH .-:"���"���;  LAPSES' SPORT3 WEAR  [ Phono 006;9994  ��� 5nnnycrosi Sij'bppino'Contrfl  a^^s^m:st^;.:.',^'^i;j'";^r^rt'" * "ry^'mrrT'rT^'hffffi; i*��p��-*��=-���^  SAVE MONEY  :;AT YOUR POPMIAfl  wmm ANP .BUILPINO  SUPPMfiS  !����iy/h[j Tli'! Sunshln* CooM  GULP BUlCDING  SUPPLIES  n/leii's and Boys-  Jeans  Mini1!. ,slrl|iii iliinlin. Rn(|. \/ 99 Clonrpin 5,44  Huy!.' Mi'ipii ilmiim. Run,  ^ 99 Cloqroul 4.88  Mini's,clirir.ks, Unf), )'///*? Clon-oiir 5.44  llnys' rlmrlu.   Ri'm' $6 99 'C|cproii| 5.BB  ' ���''(  Mmi'R hinull i.Ihh;|o,,  Run, 17,99  Ckarr-Mt 5.8B  Uoyi.' Milpii i||nwi pnul^ Kill). !)>"/,99 >  Clpamul 5.44  llnwli.k   |ihInn.,  li'iyi/  ||    |,ll||l|    lllloill!,,    Hofi.  Clonrmil 2,00  llnwlik   Hiilnih,   Mini'i.  In  Willil   I'lilmiih'   Krill'  17, VI) ,       CIUHHIIII   5.00  Mllf!> *)l..QYI^." '     Gl����n-M|> pileo 00c  ���^^Mlsr/S'^PAhlT^SlJITSr^lWIJii'l^Puiir-ilrlp-"  'VII,>)t CJo--n.||p pilca 1A.00  ('Hill.' wmlm  riiui'i WI I   KIOK.  Imiy inllui.  Riltl1 |)llt<i t'19 V5 Cloan-up piico 14,00  Boys'  Olil Jncliots  riinii  \iu<Vt>\i,  liiillml  wnlhl, ^iilfii' rn|>R||nnl  'i<nq. yjyti Clcon-wp prltc 6.B6  I'lmmi lliimi; |ioi;lnM'i,  nml. Imll,  R��(j, ��� %<) 'Ji'f  i' Clann-iip ptlcu 6,00  llll)';!,   Oilirll'  l'll��,,  II"'*1   lliiiid,1   r.i)lnii||iiM  '  |<iii(, Mi.'fii Cloar-iip prim A.WO  Men's Ski Jackets  11)0% NyltM wiitor Mild wind rpn|Kl��iil'. liofi.  $I()9H G|cqp.|ip prlco 6,80  Nylon, lliii!r:n lined   Hon.  1-13.90  Clcon-fip prlf-o 9.9B  100%  Piipn'cil Hyl-'H' S|IJeni)i} woffir imjiuljunl  rind wind loiilMnnl. Run, * 17.99 ���, '     ���  Clpqii-iip pr)co 12.00  Mun'i. llll Hiiml voilr., Roil'"''VA9B  ciopn-iip prlfo 5,��f4  MrnVfi' Hydro W"ik iocluil, l.lnwl, Knj. prlco  1M 9B ',       C|oqn-iip prleo 10.Q0  I V  Girls' Jackets  100% Hy1��n, wn'r-r oinl wlnil roMklrmi, Rpn.  $9 911        ' Cloqn.iip prlco 6,00  ilyiun Miiill, I'.ilyyMui lilhiil. Rot), 'ilO.'VH  ,        Clunn-Mp prico 7(77  ~hlyloiV��,lri'iiil��|i(-i,Uulbuiii)i.|��liollail���WMiiil^.Ra'|.  , 1.I0.9H    , ' Cloqn-iip prlco 7,77  I'liby'd liiikoi, IVmil, i'|iillluil l|n.ldij, Rom, !(>9,95  Clonn-up prlco 6,fl0  Miililicii'i. Iml'iil, pilu lii'ifd unil qulllm! In^ilu.  Rni  ^V 9fi Clcon-iip p'lto 6.80  MAUY'S' MUMTIW HA'i. lir-|l|r.|.',Ni.'*9.W  ,    Clpqu-iip pr|ca 6.00  (lids/ rnnl ond hft,l, (illn, morhliin wnMirililft.  Ri?r;   ^|��V0    Cjepn-up price 0JB  lilrU' *H |ni.l<o|( Im Hiiml. M��(|M|.'/.9/|  C|mor|��Mp pilto 4J8  * (IhlMjiMi'l. rr'i|il prjMII*.        C|eon-Mp pries 8.44  | liiml tliini I'unifi, C|��o'n>Mp piko &M'  YOUR  ��� .  ^^^^ ______    '        'l   ' ��� '  (SESEIS  DEALER  CUfl  TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SECHELT  i    jff r  ,^* A.t��.��%4(,J  g^^awa^awsM  i  \  -.".". ���>    -���-��� ?���;*'-���  ���a"' : -���*'*.'.iy  n. Am4'  . ��� \v -' . . . ���       '        ,    i ' .      . **  -i  February events . , .  "-     "I        ���     ��� M,���,.....���. ��^ ���.        .���.,-ll,.       -��������������� ,.. -.L-^.------.  slates annum.  ;eS;-  anquets  ������ v ,*?  " JANUARY  Uth   meeting   ol  the  Sechel.t  L.A, to the prownic and Guides was  : held tft the home of Mrs. P6t Nestrnan.     /  ... :Main topic of discussion of this'rneet-.'  ' ing was-- the forthcoming Bro Write and  Guide -TiQther -and' daughter- barxquets,  These are both scheduled for the month  of ;^��hruaTy." Tlie date 0f February 82nd  at 6 p.m. "ihas ^been" confirmed for the  Brownie banquet, The tentative date .pf  February tSth at. 6:45 p.m. has been set  for the Guide banquet. Gon.firmatioh of  this date and time will be ascertained at  the February L,A. meeting and published  the first week of February. Two committees were drawn up to convene the  banquets, and these ladies are already  busy  with preparations.  Another   important   annual   event   in  SECHELT TiATRE  J A-    PRESENTS    ���"  s. >  >  4S  O  :'����  BORN TO BUCK  A   DOCUMENTARY   ON   RODEOS  Color  ���'   PLUS    ������  ''ARIZONA--'/  SHEEPDOG  A Disney Featurette in Color  Starrs 8 p.m. Out 10 p.m.  Friday, Saturday, Mondays  January 22, 23 and 25  Burch Cassidy and  The Sundance Kid  Deadfall  From  Nashville With Music  i  Guiding and Scouting; isfThinking Day,  which also, takes place in February. This  day' commemaYates the founding of the  movement as well as the birthdays of  Lord   and   La;dy -Baden-Powell,   Further  . information oh^, this  event' will also be  released  as soon  as plans, are  finalised.     |  This is an event that all persons would;. P  enjoy  whether or  not  they  have a  son��      ^ i  or'daughter involved. \'   ~  Sewing Bees have now started in pre^  paration for the annual L.A. May Tea __.  and Bazaar. TJie first sewing bee will be  held in the rear of Irvin's - Decorating  store on Wednesday .January 13th at 10;QQ  a.m. and continued .on until approximately  2 or 3 p.m. A good turn-out is hoped for.  BRQWNIE-GUIDJE  NEWS  Brownie Pack godmothers . reported  that Xmas parties were enjoyed by all  gn Is  in  the area. ��� '  1st Sechelt Guides had an extremely  enjoyable Xmas party at Lord. Jim's  Lodge Priqr to lunch the girls enjoyed  the heated swimming pool and exerctee ���  loom After a delicious lunch the girls  sang Christmas carols to the accompaniment of the two piece band at���_Lord  Jim's Lodge. The party wound up with  the girls -sitting arourfd the Christmas,  tiee^ and"-exchanging Christmas  presents.  GUIDE   BADGES  The name of Christina Underhill was  inadvertantly left .off the "December list  of badges earned. Christina- has earned  hei Childcare -and Collector's badges in  Guiding.  The next meeting of the .L;A. will be  held at the hum* of Mrs. Ingrid Underhill  on   February   3rd,   1971.  4$ v--'^r.*j-jf    <*     *�����   ,J>)  ^  y  **7 ***** ��\ *  \9  *-**. I  ilf-%: .J  1 '     **  -���I '. y  > / i m  ";?  .j-,-  ^'"  ANY SIZE,  MOUNTED  ���y.  **  \*  - i  Page 8  The' Peninsula Time'  A  HEED A CARPENTER  CALL COR 885-2S 35  For all your Renovations,  Repairs and CabirrefJWojrk_  at reasonable rates.  "ig��aj-��WJ  m  Wednesday, January 20, 1971  Long lime residents  house-warming party  RELATIVES and friends surprised Laura  and Gordon Potts oh *3a'iurday, January Oth, with a happy house-warming  parly,held in their new home built by Mr.  Potts in Porpoise Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Potts  have lived in Sechelt for twenty years  and recently moved into-.the ue'vv, home  situated on, a bluff overlooking Sechell  Inlet. '"  ��� The party was''hunted by Mr.-and Mrs;  Snow Scene  '���* Unusual scene    for Sechelt    where ��� temperatures  on Thursday  night  s,now fell steadily from  Monday to made Friday    a slushy    nightmare  Thursday, this car parked in  Met- which gave way to blessed relief for  * maid Street just wasn't going any- motorists and pedestrians oii Satur-  Where on Wetlnesday when most side " day.       , . .-     ' '  roads  were blocked.  Quickly  rising  'OUMlOPv GQC*PY*AR  B, F. OOOPRI^H - FIRESTONE  AND MlCHEMN TIRES  THE LARGEST TIRE  DISTRIBUTOR ON THE  PENINSULA.     ���  Over 1,000 Tires With 300 Siies,  Brands, Types  IN STOCK"  SALES arid SERVICE        _  Industrial  and Automotive  Replex and High Speed Balancing!  Sunshine Coast Highway.  PHONE 886-2700  Use^Your  CHARGBX Card  BBS  Saskatchewan to slay until March,*- Mr.  Gen-y.Horsman and'Miss Honna Mitchell  from. Vancouver, und "the'biggest surprise  was the arrival of. Mr. and Mrs. Potts'  other two daughters, Alice from Vancouver and Mrs. Mickey McG.uire and  husband from Port Coqutllam..  Those unable tu attend  were  Mr. aild  Mrs. A. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hem-  three   daughters,   and   guests   \un,  ���    - *rxMi  Potts     ...._    ........     ......   ���  eluded Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Booth, Mr. and'  Mrs. Howard Carter, "Mrs. Florrie Clayton, Mr. and Mrs,- Dick Clayton, Mr. and  Mrs. Jack Eldred Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred  >J8spley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gibson, Mr.  and, Mrs.  Bryan  Hocking,  Mr   and  Mrs  street, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cobleigh, Mr. and  C. Hughes and from Vancouver:  Miss V. Potts and Mr. L. Harrison, also  Mi. and Mrs. D. Henderson from Kent,  Washington. ��� ���  A .'.la^.ly- buffet  .supper   was   served,  at midtiiglit and everyone seemed to enjoy'  BilWmHW  SSmiikl  mBmfmmmmtqmmm  OTICE  TO ALL WEST SECHELT WATER USERS -  Water Will Be Off On Thursday, January 21  ll!i^Ei^aJfa4ifti.fiT-aj-id-  'llu-mselves:  .Invc-e   and   Mirkey 'M',Gihi-h  the  Potts'   daughter   and  son-in-law   IVJr.  and  Mrs.  Glenn  Phillips.  Out-of-town  guests  included-Mr.   and  Mis   Kelly Horsman who are  here from  and Alice Potts stayed over until Sunday night'and a family dinner was held  on Sunday with Helen,and Glenn Phillips  and  their family attending also.  ~ ~^rom  11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   Due to weather we were unable to obtain approval of Highways Dept.  for January   14.  Signed: ���'  , ��� C,    niXON      ���  Superintendent,.  Sunshine  Coast  Regional   District  C7/7Z7/JZ7M/7/7/JA  v A

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